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Residence, No. 17
Office No 61
Wednesday, November 23.
LOCAL/ AND PERSONAL
The Thanksgiving turkey of not
a few of us this year will be a chick
Mr. E. H. Crews will leave this
morning to spend a week at his fer
mer home in Laurens.
Mrs. B. B. Jones left Sunday morn
ing for Chicago to spend some time
with her daughter, Mrs. T. L. Nich
Mrs. Lucile Duke has returned to
North Augusta after being the at
tractive guest of Miss Julia Folk the
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas DePass of
Columbia have bean spending several
days in Edgefield with Mrs. DePass's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Smith.
The football team of-the Edgefield
high school will go to Saluda this af
ternoon to play the football team of
the Saluda high school.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter IL Cantelou
left Monday for Florence, which
flourishing little city Mr. Cantelou
makes his headquarters.
The Corner Store calls attention
this week to its well selected stock of
winter merchandise, something for
every member of the family.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Alford have re
ceived congratulations over the
coming of a little daughter, Mildred
Mae, into- their horne to be a per
manent guest. <
Dr. and Mrs. James S. Byrd had'
as their guests Sunday Mrs. John
Fitzmaurice, Miss Marie Brady, Miss
Katherine Fitzmaurice and Mr.
George Fitzmaurice of Columbia.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Mitchell
Chase, a little son, November 15, at
their home in Clearfield, Penn. Mrs.
Chase is affectionately remembered
by Edgefield friends as Miss Elise
Miss Monnie Wardlaw of Columbia
a cousin of Mrs. J. H. Cantelou, at
tended the reception given Friday
evening by Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Can
telou ip honor of Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter H. Cantelou.
Mr. Ernest Barker will preach in
the Presbyterian church next Sunday
night at 7:00 o'clock. He is a conse
crated, promising young man and his
discourse, will prove inspiring and
helpful to all who hear him.
Mr. T. B. Lanham stopped over in
Edgefield Monday, while en route
from Columbia to Atlanta to attend
a Y. M. C. ?. conference. Mr. Lan
ham always receives a very cordial
greeting from his Edgefield friends.
Mrs. J. Lide Wilson and Miss Alice
Wilson of Greenwood, mother and
sister of the bride, attended the re
ception given Friday evening by Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Cantelou in compli
ment of their son, Mr. Walter H.
Cantelou and his beautiful bride.
The funeral of Col. D. S. Hender
son which was conducted at Aiken
at 3:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon was
attended by Ex-Gov. J. C. Sheppard,
Mr. Orlando Sheppard, Mrs. Helen
S. Nicholson, Hon. James 0. Shep
pard and Mr. J. Wm. Thurmond.
The result of the^ examination of
Mr. E. B. McClendon's dairy herd by
Dr. Seay and Dr. B. F. 'Jones showed
that these cows, are altogether free
from tubercular infection. The pa
trons of Mr. McClendon's dairy have
the assurance that they have milk
for their families that is absolutely
free from infection.
Miss Eleanor Kinnaird and Mr. P.
J. Dendy were married in Macon,
Ga., Thursday, November 17, and
went at once to Sylvester, Ga., his
former home, where they will reside.
Mr. Dendy has been in the military
service, being stationed for some time
at Camp Jackson. He secured an hon
orable discharge early last summer.
Miss Eleanor has many friends in
Edgefield who deeply regret that she
will no longer reside among us.
Notice js hereby given that hunt
ing and trespassing in every form on
my land is hereby prohibited. The
law will be enforced against all per
sons who fail to heed this notice.
Mrs. E. P. ARTHUR.
Nov. 21, 1921.
Baptist Pastor Arrives.
Rev. and Mrs. A. T. Allen and
their two little children have arrived
and are already a part of our com
munity life. They have been very cor
dially greeted by the people of Edge
field. Their furniture arrived and
was placed in the parsonage before
Mr. and Mrs. Allen came. Their pan
try too, was well supplied by the
members of the church. Mr. Allen
preached two splendid sermons Sun
day'to large congregations.
Lumber in Demand.
Mr. L .J. Mauney, president of the
Morgan Lumber company which deals
in lumber on a large scale, says the
demand for lumber is strong and
prices are good. He also expects the
demand to be much stronger in the
early spring. This is good news for
the people of Edgefield, a large num
ber of whom are keeping the wolf
from the door by sawing or hauling
lumber. Mr. Mauney says his com
pany . has sufficient standing timber
in sight in this county to supply their
mills for four or five years. Doubtless
otheriumber men have equally as en
Letters From Schools.
The Advertiser publises this week
sevrai letters from schools in the
county written by school girls. Be
sides giving to the outside world the
doings of the school and community,
writing such letters is splendid exer
cise for school girls and boys. The
Advertiser will be pleased to publish
a number of these letters every
week. If parents and school teachers
will encourage the reporting of th I
school and community news, we feel
sure that our columns will contain
attractive letters every week. En
courage the boys and girls to write
for The Advertiser. We will very
cheerfully give them all the space
Episcopal Bazaar December
3rd. in Court House.
Under the auspices of the Guild a
very delightful bazaar will be held
in the Court House on Saturday, De
cember 3rd, at which fancy articles
at reasonable prices will be sold. A
tempting luncheon consisting of
chicken salad, Irish potato salad,
boiled ham, pickles, beaten biscuit
and coffee with whipped cream will
be sold for fifty cents. Candy, cakes
and charlotte russe can be purchased
also, the cakes in any quantity from
a slice to thc whole cake, a variety of
kinds to choose from. The Episcopal
ladies are splendid hostesses and the
occasion will be most enjoyable. A
big crowd is anticipated for this oc
The early consummation of the
marriage of two popular young teach
ers of tho EdgefielcL^ school was a
great surprise to many of their
friends here. Sunday morning Miss
Hazel Perry and Mr. Marion Mahon
ey were married at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. E. S. Rives. Besides a few
close Edgefield friends, the bride's
mother, Mrs. Oscar Perry, and Miss
Stone, both of 'Easley, S. C., were
present. The ceremony was perform
ed by Rev. A. T. Allen. Mr. and Mrs.
Mahoney motored at once to Green
wood, taking Mrs. Perry and Miss
Stone to board the train for Easley.
Miss Perry has been teaching the pri
mary grade and Mr. Mahoney is in
charge of the manual training de
partment of the school. Both
of them will continue to discharge
their school duties. Mr. and Mrs. Ma
honey will make their home with Mr.
and Mrs. E. S. Rives.
School Entertainment Great
The exercises given in the school
auditorium Friday night by the mem
bers of the^ literary society of the
school were highly creditable. Those
who participated? reflected honor
upon themselves and upon the school.
The exercises ware presided over
by Miss Kate Mims. The first number
was a piano selection by Miss Elean
or Mims, she being followed by a
welcome address tyy Miss ' Elyse
Hudgens. This was followed by a
declamation by J. C. Hughes. Then
Miss Sarah . Reeves read a list of
"Want Advertisements" pertaining
to the students individually, all of
which were original and interesting.
Miss Reeves was followed with a
recitation by Miss Rhett Morgan.
Then a quartette by Misses Lucy
Sheppard, Hammie Scurry, Alice
Prescott and Kate Mims was well ren
dered. Next the debate was announc
ed, the subject being, Resolved, That
Athletes making below 75 should be
debarred from Athletic Contests.
The Affirmative was represented by
Robert Ouzts and Allen Edwards,
and the negative was represented by
John Wells and Dixon Timmerman.
The argument advanced by the par
ticipants wouldUhave done credit to
college students. The committee ol
judges, consisting of Col. P. B. May
son, Rev. G. W. M. Taylor and Mr.
J. H. Allene rendered a decision in
favor of the affirmative.
The "School Gossip" which was re
ported by Miss Corrie Cheatham pro
voked much laughter. A piano se
lection by Miss Mae Rives was well
rendered. The exercises closed with
a dialogue, by Miss Kate Minis and
Dozier Tompkins, both parts being
Brilliant Reception for Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Hill
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cantelou en
tertained on Friday evening, Novem
ber the eighteenth, at a most bril
liant reception in honor of their only
son; Mr. Walter Hill Cantelou, and
his bride, who was Miss Annie Sue
Wilson, of Greenwood, their mar
riage having occurred at the bride's
home Wednesday, November the six
The attractive residence on Main
Streety typical of the old South, was
elaborately decorated with smilax,
interspersed with pink and white
chrysanthemums. The large double
doors' were open, making the - spa
cious hall and front rooms en suite.;
Miss Edith Pearce of Augusta and
Miss Justine Cantelou received at
the wide front dbors, pinning on the
appropriate souvenirs, tiny wedding
bells, Mrs. Lovick Smith and Mrs. B.
B. Jones conducting the guests to the
receiving line, which stood in the par
lor in the following order: Mrs. J.
H. Cantelou, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Cantelou, Mr. J. H. Cantelou, Mrs. J.
Lide Wilson and Miss Alice Wlison,
of Greenwood, mother and sister of
the bride, Mrs. M. B. Tucker and
Miss Monnie Wardlaw, the hostess'
cousin, who has often visited Edge
Misses Gladys Padgett and Gene
vieve Norris presided over the bride's
book, made of pink heart shaped
leaves and tied with pink ribbon,
which was on a table pl?ced under
the prettily decorated arch of, the
spacious hall, all guests registering.
Mrs. P. P. Blalock, Jr., and Mrs.
J. G. Edwards invited the callers in
to the dining room, which was ex
quisitely decorated. Carrying out
the idea used throughout the suite,
smilax was festooned over door
ways, windows, mantel, chandelier
and pictures, the mammoth white and
pink chrysanthemums here and there
adding a pretty note of contrast.
Shaded lights were over the lovely
round table, which was centered with
a beautiful arrangement of the chry
santhemums, placed on the lace cov
er, cut glass comports of mints add
ing, a finishing touch.
Mrs. Susan B. Hill, Mrs.. James
Cantelou and Mrs. Milton Jones pre
sided (Tver the delicious sweet
course, which was served by Mes
dames Charlton Lynch, Jim Hunger
pillar, L. T. May and Miss Sophie
All during the -evening delightful
music was furnished by Edgefield's
own talented musicians, Miss Ruth
Lyon, pianist, Mri George Minis, sax
aphone, Mr. Claude Lyon, cornet,
Misses Hosela Parker and Lois Mims,
violins. Mrs. Tucker and Mrs. Rhett
Nicholson sang several solos accom
panied by Miss Gladys Padgett and
Mrs. Hugh Mitchell, respectfully.
Misses Gladys Padgett and Sadie
Mims played a number of instrument
al selections. '
The reception was a very delight
ful function, full of the genial hos
pitality which has for generations
permeated this attractive old home,
and it was a genuine pleasure for
Edgefieldians to welcome Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Cantelou, the only re
gret being that they are to make their
home at Florence, headquarters for
Mr. Cantelou at present.
Mrs. B. B. Jones Entertains in
Honor of Mrs. Walter H.
Mrs. B. B. Jones was hostess for a
charming program party on Satur
day afternoon, November \the 19th,
giva/i in honor of a bride, Mrs. Wal
ter Hill Cantelou, who is being so
cordially welcomed in Edgefield.
The colonial residence was exquis
ityly decorated with oriental jar
dinieres filled with tiny golden .chry
santhemums whose profusion of clus
ters are so effective, the electric
lights being shaded in matching yel
low tulle, caught with the chrysan
' Master Allen Samuel pinned sou
venir cards on the arriving guests,
who were welcomed by Mesdames
Susan B. Hill and Milton Jones, and
conducted to the receiving line in the
handsome reception room by Mrs.
Lovick Smith. Standing with the host
ess and honoree were Mrs. J. H. Can
telou, Mrs. James Lyde Wlison and
Miss Alice Wilson, of Greenwood,
and Miss Monnie Wardlaw of Colum
Later the callers were invited into
the spacious music room, where' the
bride sat on a prettily decorated di
|van w.'^h her maid of honor, who was
j her sister, Miss Alice Wilson, and the
hostess' maid of honor, Mrs. J. H.
The first number was a solo on the
sweet toned Grand piano, The Fourth
Sarcarole, by Godart, rendered ex
quisitely by Mrs. Hugh Mitchell.
Then following came a group of
dances by Miss Ruth Tompkins, wbo
looked like the incarnate spirit qi
Terpsichore in her. wonderful cos
tume, her lissom grace showing in
each step. Miss Gladys Padgett play
ed the pretty accompaniment.
Misses R?sela Parker and Lois
Mims rendered O Sole Mio as a beau
tiful violin duet, Miss Ruth Lyon ac
companying on the piano.
Little Virginia Holland's solo
dance "An Old Fashioned Garden'
was adorable, the bal?y figure in her
quaint costume,a perfect reproduc
tion of those worn in ye olden days,
was absolutely' captivating, and with
consummate grace the steps were
danced to the last sweeping courtesy.
After the program, a delicious
chicken salad course was served. Lat
er the guests were invited into the
west parlor, where Mrs. Allen Sam
uel and Miss Nelle Bryan presided
for coffee and delicious individual
cakes, the massive silver service gib
ing a lovely touch to the table. .
Mrs. Jones presented Mrs. Cante
lod with a cut glass mustard jar as
a dainty souvenir of her lovely party.
Few Dogs Being Registered.
Edgefield county has about 3,000
dogs, only 22 of which have been
registered for the tax of $1.25 im
posed by an act of the 1920 session
of the legislature. Dog owners have
until December 31st to register their
dogs. After that time dogs found
without tags on their collars, show
ing that they have been registered,
will be reported and their owners will
be liable to a fine not exceeding
$20.00, nor less than $5.00, half of
which goes to the person reporting
the delinquent and half to the school
district in which he lives.
J. L. PRINCE,
My milch cow- strayed off from my
'lot Saturday afternoon. November
19th. She is a very light brown, shad
ing into light yellow; has a small
piece of crooked horn on one side
of her' head and none on the other. )
Any information of her whereabouts
will be appreciated.
E. J. MIMS.
November 21, 1921.
Notice of Final Discharge.
To All Whom These Presents May
Whereas, Farrah V. Padgett has
made application untp this court for
Final Discharge as Guardian in re
the estate of Mary L. Smith Holmes,
on this the 22nd day of October,
These Are Therefore^ to cite any
and all kindred, creditors, or parties
interested to show cause before mev at
my office at Edgefield Court House,
South Carolina, on the 26th day of
November, 1921, at ll o'clock a. m.,
why said order, of Discharge should,
not be granted.
W. T. KINNAIRD, (L.S.)
J. P. C., F C., S. C.
Edgefield, S. C., Od. 1 1921.
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Notice of Master's Sale.
Pursuant te Decree of Court o2
Common Pleas for Edgefield County,
S. C., in case of I. K. Heywood, Plain
tiff, Against J. D. Garren, et al, De
I shall offer, for sale at public out
cry to the highest bidder before the
Court House at Edgefield, S. C., on
Salesday in December next, being 5th
day thereof, between^the legal hours
of sale, the following realty:
All and singular that tract of land
situate in Edgefield County, S. C.?.
containing 232% acres, more or less,,
and bounded North by lands of Mrs.
L. H. Nicholson; East by lands of
Mrs. H. N. Greneker; South by Ab
beville public road and West by lands
of Turner (formerly Wallace Hoi
TERMS OF SALE: Costs, and one
third of the purchase money in cash,
balance in two equal annual install
ments, interest payable semi-annual
ly, or all cash at purchaser's option;
the credit portion, if any, to be se
cured by bonds of purchaser, and
mortgage of premises sold, with in
terest from date of sale at 8 per
cent per annum, and 10 per cent At
torney's fees, if so collected after
maturity. If purchaser shall fail to
comply with terms of sale within one
hour thereafter, said premises will be
resold at risk of former purchaser.
Purchaser to pay for stamps and pa
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Edgefield, S. C., Nov. 8, 1921.
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