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Office No 61
Residence., No. 17
Wednesday, November 9.
COCAL AND PERSONAL
Miss Eula Rowell of Bamberg is
the guest of Miss Grace Dobson this
Miss Annie Wright Hill of North
Augusta is the guest of Miss Grace
Mrs. Mack Dunwoody of Savan
nah is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Bet
' Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cogburn of Au
gusta spent Sunday in Edgefield with
Mrs. Lizzie Cogburn.
Mr. Carroll Rainsford came over
from Columbia and spent Sunday un
der the parental roof.
The Quality Shop announces this
week that all suits, coats, dresses and
hats are being sold at cost.
Mrs. W. J. Miller spent Friday and
Saturday in Edgefield visiting her
mother, Mrs. Ida F. Sheppard.
Mrs. Kate Kernaghan has return
ed from a visit of two months to her
son, Mr. Earl Kernaghan in Texas.
Miss Grace Dobson spent last week
in Augusta visiting her brothers,
Mr. O. L. Dobson and Mr. Manly
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith came up
from Augusta and spent Sunday in
Edgefield with Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Mr. Albert Ehrlich and Mr. Walter
Hunnicutt of Augusta were guests in
the home of Mrs .Emma N. Dobson
Mr. Bettis Cantelou left yesterday
for a motor trip through the upper
part ?f this state and into North
Mrs. A. E. Padgett is spending
some time in Marietta and Greenville
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Norwood
Mrs. Thomas Reed of Macon isl
here visiting her father, Mr. Samuel
Felder, who is boarding at Mr. A. A.
Miss Janie Fraser came over from
Columbia and spent several days
here last week visiting her sister,
Mrs. I. W. Hume.
Mr. E. P. Arthur has moved his
family from Edgefield to North Au
gusta. Their friends here were reluc
tant to give them up.
Dr. D. M. Ramsey, president of
Greenville Woman's College, will
preach in the Baptist church next
Sunday morning and evening.
The Corner Store tells our readers
this week that shoe bargains are still
being offered and also of other things
that should interest the ladies espe
All patrons and friends of the
school attend the public entertain-)
. ment to be given in the school audi
torium Friday night of next week.
The entertainment will be free.
Rev. G. W. M. Taylor returned
from the annual session of confer- j
ence in Lancaster Monday and the
people here are delighted that he is
to serve this field for another year.
Major and Mrs. T. J. Lyon came
down from Greenwood Saturday. Ma
jor Lyon returned Sunday afternoon
but Mrs. Lyon is spending this week
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Or
Many beautiful things suitable for
Christmas gifts will be on sale at the
bazaar to be given in the Court
House und ar the auspices of the La
dies' Guild of the Episcopal church,
Saturday, December 3.
Miss Grace Tompkins is in St.
Louis attending the General Con
vention of the United Daughters of j
the Confederacy. She has been hon-|
ored by being chosen as one of the
pages of the convention.
Miss Kellah Fair returned Fridas
from Beech Island, where she has'
been spending several weeks with
her brothel.*, Mr. Warren Fair. She
has been very cordially greeted up
on her return to Edgefield.
Mr. J. A. Cheatham arrived last
week to spend a short season in Edge
field. For the past year he has been
employed in the oil fields of Burk
Burnett, Texas. Te will return to the
Lone Star State the latter part of
Mr. Hampton Medlock who enlist
ed in the navy about a year ago and
is at present stationed at the Phila
delphia navy yard, is spending a fur
lough of a month with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. . Press Medlock, in the
Cleora section. t
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A public entertainment will be
held in the school auditorium Friday
night, November 18. The public is
cordially invited. There will be no
admission charge. An interesting pro
gram, which will be announced next
week, is being arranged.
The Advertiser extends cordial greet
ings to Master John Robert Adams,
Jr., the little son who has come to
brighten the home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. Adams of Milstead, Ga. And,
too, we felicitate Grandpa and
Grandma George Adams of Colliers.
The members of the Ladies' Guild
of the Episcopal church will hold
their annual bazaar in the Court
House on Saturday, December 3.
Confectionery, fancy needle work
and other things will be sold from at
tractive booths. A bountiful dinner
will also be served.
The scarcity of hard cash was re
flected by the sale of personal prop
erty under a mortgage foreclosure
on the public square monday morn
ing. A very good horse, a cow, a bug
gy and a one-horse wagon sold in the
aggregate for $40. Under normal
conditions they would have brought
between $150 and $200.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Holstein re
turned from Baltimore, where Mr.
Holstein had been for about six
weeks under treatment of special
ists. He stood the return trip splen
didly and has been benefitted by the
treatment ;n Baltimore. His friends
hope for a speedy restoration to his
normal health and strength.
Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Blalock, accom
panied by Mrs. Annie Walker and
Mrs. S. A.. Morrall, spent Sunday in
North Augusta. Rev. and Mrs. P. P.
Blalock also accompanied them as
far as Aiken, where they attended
the Presbyterian church and were
guests of Rev. Mr. Henderson, the.
Presbyterian pastor, for the day.
Mr. Shields Johnson went to
Greenville this morning, under the
direction of the government, for
treatment in the base hospital near
Greenville. The wound which he re
ceived in his arm overseas has always
given him trouble and the govern
ment has done the proper thing by
providing for this treatment. His
friends will greatly miss him while
he is away.
Doing Experimental Work.
Mr. Roy Tucker of Providence,
Rhode Island, has been sent to Edge
field by Lockwood, Greene & Oom-|
pany of Boston to do experimental !
work in cotton manufacturing in the
Addison Mills. Mr. Tucker has made
a scientific study of cotton manufac
turing and it has been through just
such work as he is doing that great
forward strides have been made in
this particular branch of American
industry, cotton manufacturing be
ing now one of the leading enter
prises of the country.
Red Hill Fortunate.
Mr. J. T. Bigham of Chester has
been engaged as principal of the Red
Hill school. He is a gentleman of ed
ucation and culture who has taught
for a number of years and the pa
trons of the Red Hill s:hool are for
tunate in being able to secure his
services. For about fifteen years he
was also editor and publisher of the
Chester Lantern. Mr. Bigham paid
The Advertiser a visit as he passed
through Edgefield last week for Red
Hill. We have known him very pleas
antly for a number of years and
count it a great honor to be num
bered among his friends.
W. C. T. U. Day of Prayer for
Friday, November ll, 1921, 3:30
Oclock at Methodist Church.
Brief Address on Significance of
the Day by Mrs. Thos. H. Rainsford.
Singing of Doxology in praise for
Devotional exercise in charge of
"World Disarmament, War a Crime
Against Humanity"-'Mrs. W. L.
Prayer for World Disarmament
Mrs. Abner Broadwater.
"Methods by Which Women Can
Help to Bring World Peace"-Mrs.
"The Christ of the Andes"-Miss
Prayer for World Peace-Mrs. B.
Our school work is progressing
nicely. Our enrollment has reached
fifty and we will have a few more
The School Improvement club met
Thursday . afternoon to discuss fur
ther the needs of the play ground.
The committee- on playground fix
ture made a favorable report and Mr.
Cartier will lecture to the communi
ty Friday evening, November 11th,
at seven-thirty at the Cooper school
Friday was holiday, being given
for the Georgia-Carolina Fair. Those
who attended reported an enjoyable
The W. M. S. will hold its next
meeting at the home of Mrs. J. T.
Reese, November 24th, at three p. m.
An interesting program has been ar
Mr. and Mrs. George Townes of
Aiken spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. E. J. Barker.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Carpenter are
receiving the congratulations upon
the birth of a baby girl.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Vann and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. D .R. Day and fam
ily and Mrs. Dorian Swearingen of
Trenton spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. L. S. Stephens.
We are glad to know that Mrs.
Vann's little six months' old son who
had the misfortune of getting his leg
broken is doing nicely and it is hop
ed the little fellow will soon be all
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Getzen and son
of Pendegrass, Ga., and Mrs. Barney
Dorn were visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
Briggs and Mrs. Ellie Briggs this
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Mealing and
Mrs. Henry and Miss Julia Mealing
were visiting Mr. H. E. Mealing Sun
Miss Helen Gardner and Miss Isa
belle Boone entertained with a de
lightful party Friday evening at the
home of Miss Isabelle in honor of
Misses Sallie and Nona Morgan.
About thirty guests were invited and
all reported a good time.
Mr. J. P. Mealing, Jr., who is at
tending Richmond Academy and
Miss Angie Lee Mealing who is at
tending North Augusta High School,
spent the week-end with their pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Mealing.
We are glad little Anna and
Shaw Cater have recovered sufficient
ly to start to school.
Notice to Confederate
All Confederate Veterans of
Edgefield County are hereby noti
fied to meet at Edgefield, S. C., on
Saturday, November 19tb, 1921, for
the purpose of electing member of
the County Board of Honor to fill
vacancy caused by resignation of H.
JAS. B. TOMPKINS,
Chairman of Board.
Notice is hereby given that hunt
ing and all manner of trespassing
upon my land is prohibited and the
law will be enforced against all per
sons who fail to heed this notice.
This is meant for everybody, without
Mrs. ELLEN W. STROTHER.
FOR SALE: Ford touring car in
good condition. Will take good bug-,
gy and harness as part payment.
J. W. QUARLES,
Edgefield, S. C.
The lucky number at the drawing
last Saturday was 582. The holder
will call and get a Fisk inner tube
absolutely free. It pays to trade with
YONGE & MOONEY.
Insist on genuine Ford parts.
STRAYED: A fine young Jersey
heifer, butt-headed, strayed from
my premises about the first of No
vember. Any information will be
appreciated. I have for'sale a steer
four years old.
11-9 M. C. PARKER.
I will re-cover your Ford top,
back curtain included and bows
painted, roadster $9 and touring car
$10.50. Better have this done before
11-9-lt G. V. CROUCH.
WANTED: Man with car to
sell low priced GRAHAM TIRES.
$130.00 per week and commissions.
GRAHAM TIRE CO., 3135 Boule
vard, Benton Hacbor, Mich.
FOR RENT: The Meeting Street
store building and home house, to
gether with a two-horse farm. Apply
to W. C. TOMPKINS, Edgefield,
Our large assortment of fall
force, together with the verj
will make your fall shopping
which were bought early in
need for fall and winter wea
and let us show you.
for men and boys at prices
will make it easy for you to
shoes from leading manufacl
Supervisor's Report for the
Month of October.
J. A. Clark_$ 22.25
S. H. Allen_ 139.00
D. T. Mathis_. 16.10
J. P. Pardue_ 5.00
J.. M. Holland_ 28.70
Press Morgan_ 35.00
T. E. Byrd_ 10.40
Jackson Market_ 3.25
Smith-Marsh Co._ 16.15
J. M. Prescott_ 29.20
S. G. Pettigrew_ 6.70
W. W. Adams Co._ 55.28
J. E. Mims_ 21.60
T. L. Talbert _. 12.50
J. W. DeVore_ 14.50
G. M. Dorn_ 5.00
Lr M. Edmunds_ 15.00
George Bussey_ 26.70
Sam Martin_- 5.00
W. E. Ouzts_ 5.00
J. L. Corley_* 21.00
M. A. Watson_ 16.06
Satcher & Nixon __ 32.90
J. D. Kemp & Co._ 162.37
Arrington Bros._- 74.48
Dorn & Mims_ 8.25
Edgefield Mere. Co._ 34.45
W. N. Edmunds_ 39.00
J. R. Timmerman _. __ 51.00
W. G. Blackwell_ 5.00
J. L. Prince_ 51.75
W. R. Swearingen __ __ 167.75
Board Public Works_ 19.15
M. A. Walker_ 75.60
A. L. Kemp_ 43.25
W. R. Swearingen __ 44.00
Edgefield Chronicle_ 33.75
P. W. Cheatham_ 18.75
Stewart & Kernaghan_ 11.48
B. T. Bussey_ 25.00
Dr. J. T. Pattison_ 15.00
Happ Bros._ 88.00
Jno. G. Edwards _- 10.00
Lyon, Merritt Co._ 58.13
Alford Terry_ 3.45
W. W. Fuller.__ 117.76
F. E. Prince_ 73.70
P. L. Cogburn_ 13.00
A. Daitch_ 38.00
J. L. Mims _. 18.00
C. N. Weathers_ 200.00
W. O. Whatley_ 30.03
A. A. Edmunds_ 106.02
F. F. Edmunds_ 85.00
L.- S. Reese_ 60.00
C. Williams __ __ __ __ 2.00
Walker, Evans Cogswell Co 36.26
T. P. Salter_ 11.00
F. L. Hamilton_ 9.48
Thos. 'Cherry, Jr. __ 7.50
A. A. EDMUNDS,
M. A. WATSON,
merchandise in every department and our courteous sales
r low price at which we are selling first-class merchandise,
[ easy at our store.
Staple Dry Goods
the summer at the lowest prices, we have just what you
ir. We believe, too, we can save you money. Come in
Large Stock of Clothing
; so low that, quality of goods considered, you will be
OUR SHOE STOCK
shoe every member of the family. We selljonly the best
:urers. Come in and let us show you.
e Building-Edgefield, S. C.
Foundry, Machine, Boiler
Works and Mill Supply
Cotton Oil, Gin, Saw, Grist, Cane,
Shingle Mill, Machinery Supplies and
Repairs, Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers,
Grate Bars, Pumps, Pipe, Valves and
Fittings, Injectors, Belting, Packing
Hose, etc. Cast every day.
GASOLINE AND KEROSENE
Pumping, Wood Sawing and Feed
J. S. BYRD
Office Over Store of
Quarles & Timmerman
Office Phone No. 3
Residence Phone 87
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
-.COUNTY OF EDGEFIELD
By W. T. Winnaird, Esquire, Pro
Wheras, Felicia W. Moss of above
county and state made suit-to me to
grant her Letters of Administration;
of the Estate of and effects of J. R.
Moss, late of said county and state?
These Are Therefore to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of the said J. R.
Moss, deceased, that they be and ap
pear before me, in the Court of Pro
bate, to be held at my office at Edge
field, S. C., on November 10th, 1921"
next after publication thereof, at IL
o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause, if any they have, why the said:
Administration should not be grant
Given under my hand, this 25 day
of October, Anno Domini, 1921.
W. T. KINNAIRD, (L. S.)
P. J., E. C., S. C.
WE SELL MORE CANDY
Than Anybody Else
Oar Stock is Fresh
Block's, Hollingsworth's, Schlesinger's, Sophie Mae pack
ages and bulk candies.
a full line of popular selling Toilet Articles, Stationery,
Rubber Goods, Cigars and Tobaccos. Medicines for the
Our Soda Fount is the Best
Collett Drug Company
BEGINNING THIS WEEK
OUR ENTIRE STOCK
WILL GO ON SALE AT
We have some beautiful hats, and it will pay you to look
at ours before buying elsewhere.
Norris Millinery Co.
JOHNSTON, S. C.