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f Office No 61
\ Residence, No. 17
. Wednesday, December 14.
JLOCAL AND PERSONAL
Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Ennett of
Black Mountain are spending some
time in Edgefield.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Carwile* of Mc
Cormick spent Monday and Tuesday
in Edgefield visiting with friends.
The basket ball team 'of the high
school will go to Aiken ?his afternoon
to play the team of the Aiken high
Mr. 0. L. Dobson and Mr. and Mrs.
'Manly Dobson of Augusta" spent
Sunday with their mother, Mrs. Em
Mr. and Mrs. John K. Aull came
over from Columbia Saturday to vis
it Mrs. Aull's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. S. Tompkins.
Those who like to see good mov
ing pictures can see good pictures
in the Edgefield Theatre every Fri
Mrs. James F. Griffis of Cleona
spent the past two weeks in Spar
tanburg visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L. A. Griffin.
Those "who find pleasure in attend
ing m,ovingpictures will have an op
portunity tb; see an attractive picture
in the Opera House Friday night.
The Edgefield chapter, D. A. H.,
1 will meet Tuesday afternoon, De-'
cember 20, at the home of Mrs. F.
M. Warren, Jr., at three o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Edmunds left
Edgefield Friday. Mr. Edmunds went
to Richmond and Mrs. Edmunds went
to Norfolk to visit her sister.
Several days ago Mr, T. B. Cul
breath brought us a generous sam
ple of his fine turnips. He grew about
25 bushels on one-eighth of an acre.
Mr. J. 0. Her?n of the Philippi
section spent Tuesday in Edgefield,
calling at The Advertiser office and
.moving his subscription up another
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,,Capt. P. M. Feltham who has been
engaged in engineering in St. Paul,
Minn., for some time arrived Sun
day to spend the holiday season here
with his family. '
A very'fine picture wiH be given
in the Edgefield Theatre Friday night
December 16. All who admire good
moving pictures should not fail to
Mrs. Hallie Greneker of Edgefield
is in the city, having been called here
by the serious illness of fier sister
in-law, Miss Carrie Greneker.-New
Christmas shoppers should not fail
tocall at The Corner Store while out
making their Christmas purchases.
Read the half-page advertisement of
the Corner Store.
Rev. E. L. Barber will preach in
the Presbyterian church Sunday
morning at 11:30 and again at night
at 7:15. The public is cordially in
vited to these services.
The ideal autumn which we have
passed through has been favorable
for everything and everybody except
the fuel dealer. Business has been a
little "slack" with him.
Capt. Francis W. Sheppard of Bir
mingham is here visiting his parents,
Ex-Gov. and Mrs. "J. C. Sheppard,
and has been very cordially greeted
by his Edgefield friends.
The second calendar for 1922 to
reach our desk came from Mr. M. A.
Taylor who not only deals in cotton
seed, hulls and meal but also sells
building material of ail kinds.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Courtney of
.Trenton worshipped in the Baptist
church Sunday morning. Rev. A. T/
Allen was pastor of Mrs. Courtney's
mother before coming to Edgefield.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Townsend now
occupy their attractive new bungalow
on Wigfall street. This new home is
quitte an addition to this street which
is growing in popularity as a resi
The store of Messrs Quarks &
Timmerman has been converted into
toyland. Santa Claus can not afford
to miss this attractive holiday store.
Gifts for the little tots, as well as
the grownups, can be found here in
great variety. Santa Caius can not
afford to remain away from the store
of Quarles &*Timmerman.
The Advertiser has been informed
that Mr. Burrell Boatwright realized
$1,700 from the sale of tobacco
grown on 13 acres, which makes the
"golden weed" more, profitable than'
the "fleecy staple."
Mr. Jesse Griffis who has been at
tending the Peterson Business School
came home and spent Thanksgiving
season with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. J. Griffis, returning to Greenwood
the following Sunday.
Mr. Abrom Daitch announces that
he can supply useful as well as
beautiful gifts from his large stock
of dry goods, shoes, clothing, hats
and shoes. He also thanks the people
for the great success of his recent
Messrs Mitchell .'& Cantelou call
the attention of our readers this week
to their holiday lines from which the
selection of Christmas gifts will be
easy. Read the list of attractive
things on display at this popular
J. B. White & Company of Au
gusta announce ifs , Fire and Water
Damage Sale in this issue. Half a
million dollar stock of Christmas mer
chandise will be sold at money-sav
ing prices. Freight and express charg
es are prepaid, on purchases of $5.00
or more, groceries excepted.
In his full page advertisement in
this is:tue, printed in red ink, Mr.
Rubenstein issues the last call to
shoppers before Christmas. He is ot
feripg soim* very great bargains,
which the alert shopper can not af
ford tc miss. Read what Mr. Ruben
stein says to the holiday shoppers.,
Mrs. Birdie Davis' friends are con
gratulating her over her gp od for
tune in holding the number which
drew the jar of money offered by Mr.
Abrom Daitch during his recent sale.
At the drawing last Saturday it was
found that Mrs.' Davis held the.
lucky number, 945, and she was giv
en the jar which contained $21.25.
Mr. J. G. Alford is installing a
grist mill of the most modern type
adjoincng his ginnery, using heavy,
old style rocks to convert your corn
into mi?al and hominy. He has engag
ed Mr. G. D. Mims to do the work of
installation, which means that it will
be done in the most approved man
ner. The mill will soon be ready for
9 operation. '
On cacount of sickness Mrs. W. M.
Mahoney has not been able to teach
the first grade of the Edgefield grad
ed sehe ol for several weeks and Mrs.
W. C. Tompkins is now supplying as
teacher' of the first grade. Mrs.
Tompkins is a Winthrop graduate and
has taught a number of years. By
those who know of the character of
her work she is regarded as one of
the best teachers of children in the
State. The trustees were fortunate
in bein r able to secure her services.
U lion Pray?r Service.
The monthly union prayer meeting
which v as held^st Wednesday night
at the Methodist church was well at
tended and was a very inspiring oc
casion. The meeting* was conducted
by Mr. IS. C. Asbell who made a help
ful talk on "Prayer." Rev. G. W. M.
Taylor, the beloved pastor of the
church, followed with an exceedingly
interesting and inspiring talk on the
same subject. Every one of these un
ion prajer services should be largely
Miss Johnnie J. Cogburn of Meet
ing Street and George Douglas Flem
ing of Columbia, who were married
at the Curtis Baptist church in Au
gusta last Sunday by the Rev. E. C.
Sheridan, have arrived in Columbia.
The bride was'formerly employed as
stenographer at.Camp Jackson and
made many friends during her stay
in Columbia. The bridegroom has
been a resident of Columbia for sev
eral years, and is with the Western
Union Telegraph company here. The
young couple will make their home
in Columbia.-The State.
Give Him something to smoke. We
haVe Gift Boxes of Cigars and Cigar
COLLETT DRUG CO.
FOR RENT: Two furnished rooms
near school building. Apply to
Mrs. J. P. NIXON.
WANTED: Men or women to take
orders among friends and neighbors
for the genuine guaranteed hosiery,
full line for men, women and chil
dren. Eliminates darning. We pay
75c an hour spare time, or $36.00 a
week for full time. ' Experience un
necesssary. Write International
Stocking Mills, Morristown, Pa.
Program of Baptist Mission
The Woman's Mission Society will
meet in the Baptist church on Fr lay
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. December
is enlistment month and all the wo
men of the church are invited to at
tend and make plans for the work of
the coming year. The following
Christmas program has been arrang
ed for the meeting:
' Hymn-"Joy to the World."
Prayer-Mrs. E. J. Norris.
Scripture Lesson-Without Christ
mas, Isa. 44:6-20; With Christmas,
Silent Prayer. ,
Roll Call-Answer with name and
station of some S. B. C. missionary
Letter from John Lake-Mrs. B.
Violin Duet-Mrs. Walter Cante-*
lou and Miss Lois Mims.
American Medicine's Conquest of
Disease in China-Mrs. A. T. Allen..
White Cross Work. "
Talk-"If Christ Had N<* Come"_
-Mr. Orlando Sheppard.
Plans for observance of January^
Week pf Prayer.
Reading of Minutes.
Report of Committees. '
Hymn-"The Son of God Goes^
Forth to War."
Give Her candy for Christmas, a
dainty, appropriate and acceptable
gift. Our line is complete.
COLLETT DRVG CO.
WANTED: Salesmen with car to
call on dealers with a/low priced 6,
000 mile fabric and and 10,000 mile
cord tire. $100.00 a week with extra
UNIVERSAL TIRE & RUBBER CO.;
Michigan City, Indiana. '
Notice is hereby given that hunt
ing and trespassing in every form on
my land is hereby prohibited. The
law will be enforced against aU per
sons who fail to heed this nouce.
Mrs. E. P. ARTHUR. .
Nov. 21, 1921.'
All hunters are requested to stay
off of lands we control or own. This
means you regardless of our friend
ship for you and we urge you to heed
GEO. T. SWEARINGEN,
- W. R. TIMMERMAN,
B. R. TILLMAN.
Notice is hereby given that all
hunting, fishing and traspassing of
every manner whatsoever on the
land of the undersigned is hereby
prohibited. Cattle must not.be allow
ed to run at large on land. .
W. A. CARTLEDGE.
For S. F, Cartledge.
ll-23-3tpd Colliers, S. C.
FOR SALE: Frost Proof Cabbage
Plants. All varieties. 5,000 for $4.50;
10,000 for $7.50; less than 5,000
$1.50 per 1,000 f. o. b. Valdosta.
KINSEY WHOLESALE PLANT CO.,
FOR SALE: One Barred Rock
cockerel and 15 pullets. Price reason
able. D. J. LaGRONE.
December 25th would not be
Christmas without Fireworks. We
have a great variety at low prices.
COLLETT DRT^G CO.'
HAMBONE S MEDITATIONS
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f?r Christmas Shoppers
The large and well-selected stock of Holiday goods
at our store, in addition to our full stock of staple
merchandise in every department, will make Chrkt
mast buying easy for those who spend their money
with us. . y, s
In our stock of Dry Goods; Notions, Shoes and La- ,
dies' and Men's Furnishings will be found many
useful as well as beautiful gifts for, every member
of the family.
We also have on display a large stock of Toys and
Holiday Novelties, such as Dolls', Fire Works, Wag
ons, Velocipedes; Scooters, ""Coasters, Jiffy Kars,
Vases, Stationery, Cake Plates, Serving Trays, Toi
let Sets, Shaving Stands, Comb and Brush Sets,
Manicure Sets, Holiday Gift Boxes, Fancy Box.
Hankerchief, Holiday Box Paper, Books, Cards,
Bibles, Testaments, etc.
Full Line of Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc.
Quarles & Timmerman vSTROREY
EDGEFIELD, SOUTH CAROLINA
Danger From European Corn
Clemson College, Dec. 8.-Real
izing the great danger to .South Caro
lina from the European corn borer,
which is'now found in New York,
Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Penn
sylvania and Ohio, Prof. A. F. Con
radi, entomologist for the South Car
olina State Crop Pest Commission,
calls attention again to the quaran
tine regulations against the Euro
pean corn borer passed by the Com
mission April 1, 1920, and urges
South Carolina farmers to help pre
vent the infestation of South Caro
lina by this pest.
IN MAKING UP Y<
we are headquarters
and Fancy Candies and ]
now on hand and will rm
We carry a large stoc
Cigars. Why ?ot give ]
Rerflember we carry
Let us supply your table
Our stock pf Heavy i
ply you with Celery, Cn
' If we have not what
Let Us ?
The quarantine regulations call
attention to the fact that the insect,
is ? very destructive pest of corn,
broom corn, and other farm and gar
den crops; and that it spreads rapid
ly and threatens to be very difficult
to control. Therefore the importation
or movement'into which or within the
state of South Carolina from all for
eign countries and from the infested
states is prohibited o f corn, broom
corn, rye, oats, wheat and other
straw, sedges or rushes, celery, beans
in the pod, beets with tops, spinach
and rhubard, cut flowers and entire
plants of chrysanthemums, cosmos}
zinnia, or hollyhock; also cut flowers
DUR CHRISTMAS ORDE
for ajl of the Tropical Fruits, .
Home-Made Candies. We aln
ve shipments coming by expr?s
:k of Chewing and Smoking To
/our friend a box of cigars for C
select NORFOLK Oysters at
md Fancy GROCERIES is coi
inberries and all of the table c
you want we wiH take pleasure
Have Your Holiday
and entire plants of gladiolus, canna,
peony, and dahlia"and all herbacious
plants or shrubs with hollow or pithy
stems. The regulations do not apply
to shelled corn after screening and
cleaning so that it does not include
cobs or parts of cobs or other parts of
corn plants or other plants prohibited
by these regulations; nor to articles,
enumerated, after they have beenN
manufactured or processed in such
manner as to eliminate risk of car
riage of the corn borer.
See our display of Toilet Article!}. -
Perfumery sets especially made for
Holiday Gifts. <.
COLLETT DRUG CO.
RS bear in mind that
Nuts, Raisins and Plain
??dy have a, large stock
baacco and all grades of
id Fresh FISH ort ide.
mplete, and'jve can sup
lelicacies of the season.
; in getting it for you