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J. L. MIMS,.Edi lor.
Published every Wednesday in
The Advertiser Building at S2.00
ger y-ear in advance.
Esisred as second class matter at
t&& postoffice at Edgefield S. C.
2io cummunications ?vill be pub
fished unless accompanied by the
Card of Thanks, Obituaries, Res
olutions and Political Notices pub
Jzshed at advertising rates.
Wednesday, January 4.
Long Branch News.
The Long Branch school closed
the 23rd of December for the holi
.days and began the 2nd of January.
All seemed to have had a very pleas
.Miss Lizzie Harvey came back
Sunday night iifter spending the
iolidays at home.
Mr. 0. C. Clark and family spent
last Monday with Mr. Jim Temples.
Miss Ellie Kerrin has returned
~hoxce after staying several weeks
.v^ith her brother, Mr. Oscar Herrin
i-i Millen, Ga. Her brother came
Ijome with her and spent several days
-with his mother.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Woodward and
little Gale spent Christmas with Mr.
' There was a pound party at the
liome of Mr. Claude Derrick last
Mr. G. D. Rhoden and family and
35r. Lewis McGee and family spent
last Thursday with Mr. 0. C. Clark.
Mrs. Annie Hair and children of
Williston spent several of the holi
days with relatives here. Miss Evelyn
Scott went home with them.
The honor roll for Long Branch
school for November is as follows:
Eighth Grade-Chloe Rhoden, Ai
mil Clark, Myrtle Salter. Ruby Rip
ley, Ruth Scott.
Seventh Grade-Vera and Ethel
Sixth Grade-J. D. Herrin.
Fifth Grade- Nora Derrick.
jFWrth Grade-Annie Mae Clark.
."Second Grade-Frank Yonce.
?First Grade-Guy Scott, T. W.
.Resolutions of First Baptist
Church Upon the Resig
nation of Mr. Orlando
Whereas, after a tenure of nearly
?orty years as Treasurer of this
church, in which capacity he per
formed a most unselfish service,
.Brother Orlando Sheppard, now sev
enty-seven years of age, moved by
the heavy demands upon his time
and strength in the discharge of the
arduous duties of said trust, has, of
his own will, to the great regret of
the church, resigned, and the church
in appreciation and recognition of
his efficiency, loyalty, faithfulness,
fidelity and painstaking method in
accepting his resignation deems it
fitting to give expression to the true
feelings of the entire membership of
this church and therefore, be it re
First. That we assure Brother
Sheppard of our heartfel': apprecia
tion of his systematic and accurate
znethod of keeping his records, and
his promptness in reporting at each
monthly conference the exact status
of the church's finances, which work
involved much time and labor.
Second. That this church is hon
ored to have a member with so dis
tinguished a record of service to i?
and to our merciful Saviour.
Third. That the members of this
church, individually and collectively,
hereby approve most heartily the
record made by Brother Sheppard
hy his service of nearly four decades,
and commend his example of self
jsacrifice as church treasurer to fu
Fourth. That the Church Clerk
he and is hereby directed to embody
these resolutions in the minutes of
the church as a part of the perma
nent records of the church, and that
.he transmit a copy to Brother Shep
pard and furnish copies to the county
Fifth. That by way of emphasis
in a manner greater than words can
express, these resolutions be adopted
by a rising vote.
J. Wm. THURMOND,
E. J. MIMS,
E. E. PADGETT,
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.
Beautiful Christmas Exercises
at Trenton Presbyterian
?Christmas was quite a happy day
for the Presbyterian church at Tren
ton, An unusually large crowd was
present at Sunday school despite the
threatening weather. At eleven
o'clock, the usual hour for worship,
the splendid young pastor delivered a
magnificent Christmas sermon, read
ing the ninth chapter of Isaiah and
using a clause of the sixth verse;
"His name shall'be called Wonder
Again in the evening at seven
o'clock, the doors were thrown open
for a Christmas celebration-one of
the most beautiful and most beauti
fully appropriate ever given in Tren
Tho red-shaded lights cast a warm
Christmas glow over the entire
church was so tastefully arranged for
the occasion. The pubpit was divested
of its regular furnishings and trans
formed into a cozy, home-like living
room. There was the real built-in
brick chimney and mantel with hand
some silver candelabra at either end,
and an . open fireplace larg enough j
for a great, tall, fat Santa Claus to
Mr. William Wise in his usual easy
graceful way, was "master of cere
First on the program was a read
ing, "A Christmas Story," in which
Miss Sabe Miller touchingly pictured,
with tenderness and pathos, the birth
of "The Prince of Peace." Following
this came a beautiful drill by the in
fant and primary classes of the
Sunday school, while the choir softly
sang "Beautiful Star of Bethlehem."
Then lovely recitations by little E.
L., Vera, Elizabeth and Imogen
Posey. Fourth on the program was a
wonderfully sweet violin solo by
Miss Sabe Miller, accompanied on the
organ by Mrs. P. B. Wise. And last,
the exquisite pageant, "The Day's
Come," in which Mr. B; T. Horde was
"The Watchman," Miss Maude Bet
tis "The Voice of Despair," Mrs. W.
B. Posey "America" and Mrs. S. H.
Manget "The Word of Prophecy."
each ideally suited to his and her
part, and splendidly driving home the
great moral teaching of the pageant.
Much appreciation and many
thanks to Mrs. Manget and Miss Bet
tis for contributing so to the success
of the program.
Little Robbie Butler Wise, the
youngest member <if the Sunday
school, proved the most regular at
tendant during the year, and in be
half of the Sunday school was pre
sented a beautiful copy of the New
Testament, by Mr. William Wise,
who commended not only the tiny tot,
as as held her up in his arms before
the vast audience, but also the faith
ful young parents who had made her
As the congregation was singing, .
a great commotion was heard up .
front, and down the chimney came (
Santa Claus, with a pack on his back
.filled with toys for the children of
the Presbyterian Sunday school, and
candy and fruit for all children pres
ent. He was a dear, happy old fellow
even though times are hard and he
had a hard time getting there, and
with many a twinkle of his merry
eyes and stroke of his long, gray
beard, he called the children one by
one, making them happy with gifts.
And not only the children did he
remember, but with a touch of fun, 1
he called the officers of the church to !
the front, and each for his particular ?
attainment rewarded wi:h a stick of ;
red candy: Messrs Albert Miller, for
regular attendance, Sam Manget for
most improvement in public speak
ing, Walter Wise for most improve
ment in singing and William Wise
for general faithfulness.
Back cf every success is one who
dreams dreams and sees visions, and
'"PAHSON 6oT SE BN CHILLIES,
EN MISS LUCY Tot/ ME T'
G'S 'IM DEM SE BN KITTENS
WHUT UP AT DE HO?5E,
BUT HE 'LOW HE PON* WANT
NOTHIN' ELSE ROUN' HiM
0?Pyr?4?rt, ?21 by MeClur? Ntwspipar Syndicat? ! '
to Mrs. Albert Miller is due praise
and thanks for this beautiful Christ
mas celebration. W.
Trenton, S. C.
That fluttering sensation
means heart trouble!
Short breath; smother
ing sensations ; inability to
lie on the left side ; pain
in the heart, left side or
between the shoulders ;
swollen feet and ankles;
are danger signals.
has been used with-wonder
ful success in all functional
heart troubles for more
than thirty years. Try a
bottle today. Delays are
dangerous. Your druggist
sells Dr. Miles' Medicines,
LOST: Between pressing club and
residence, one pair of boy's gray
wool trousers. Finder please leave
it Turner's Store.
M. W. HOLSTON.
Beat the boll weevil with big type
Poland Chinas. I am offering bred
sows, bred and open gilts, service
boars, prices reasonable. Also shoats
for next year's meat. 10 cents per
pound if taken at once.
A. S. MILLER,
Trenton, S. C.
WANTED: Salesman with.car ca
pable of earning $150.00 per week
and able to manage salesmen in this
district. 10,000 mile cord tires at
lowest price. This is a rare opportu-'
nity for a producer.
SMITH ONE HEAT SYSTEM,
1106 S. Michigna Ave.,
All persons are hereby notified
that trespassing in every form is
strictly forbidden on the lands of the
undersigned and all persons who
fail to heed this notice will be prose
cuted under the law.
HUGH C. QUARLES,
R. V. P. QUARLES.
All persons indebted to the estate
of James Miller, deceased, will please
make payment to A. S. J. Miller, Ex-1
ecutor, at Trenton, S. C., on or be
fore the first day of February, 1922.
Anyone having a claim against
the estate will please present the
same properly verified to A. S. J.
Miller, Executor, at Trenton, S. C.,
:md the same will be paid.
A. S. J. MILLER,
N. G. Evans,
J. S. BYRD
Office Over Store of
Quailes & Timmerman
Office Phone No. 3
Residence Phone 87
Eyes scientifically examined and
glasses properly fitted.
GEO. F. MIMS,
Edgefield, S. C.
Hemstreet & Alexander!
647 Broad Street
Dealers in Guns, Revolvers and
Repairing of Fire Arms, Bicycles,
Key Fitting a Specialty.
WE WISH Y?U ALL \
and may the coming year be one of prosperity
for you all. We are certainly thankful for
the patronage that our customers favored us
with during the past year, and we will strive
to serve them better than ever.
THE CORNER STORE
By virtue of authority of an order by
S. M. Smith, Referee in Bankruptcy, I
will offer for sale at the store formerly
occupied by Rubenstein & Wynne to
the highest bidder for cash, at eleven
o'clock A. M. on January the 13th, the
stock of merchandise consisting of dry
goods, shoes, clothing, ladies' ready-to
wear goods, etc., and all the fixtures of
Rubenstein & Wynne in said store. An
inventory of the same can be seen at
^fre.of N. G. Evans, Edgefield, S. C.
The fixtures covered by liens will be
sold separately. Purchasers must ac
company their bids by 10 per cent of
the amount thereof in cash or certified
Any sale made is subject to confirm
ation by the court.
S. E. MORGAN,
Dec. 24, 1921. Trustee.
Owing to continued warm
weather miners have reduced
the price of coal somewhat,
and I am now selling the cel
ebrated BLUE STAR at
Will be glad for everybody to
try out this wonderful coal.
Aside from tl
Gifts worth c
814 Broad Street
Associational Conference for
Sunday School Superin
Jan. 6, 1922.
President of convention in charge.
10:30 a. m.-Prayer and praise
10:45-Roll call of superintend
10:50-Address: "The Successful
Superintendent" by J. L. ?orzine.
ll :30-General discussion of su
perintendents' problems as to:
How to increase attendance.
How to keep records.
How to solve the teacher prob
What the superintendent should
do on Sunday morning.
How to observe special days. '
12:30 p. m.-The Standard of Ex
cellence-How ta attain it.
1:30-Devotional Service: S. B.
1:45-How to plan for the children
in the Sunday school by Elizabeth H.
2:15-The Associational Superin
tendents and their duties as follows:
3:15-The Question Box: What is
your greatest problem?
In order for this confei'ence to be
successful it will be necessary for
every superintendent and association
al worker to be present at this meet
ing. Come and bring your problems
and we-will try to solve them togeth
er. Literature for all departments
will be for distribution.
J. D. HUGHEY, Pres.
WARE AND JI
OF ALL KINDS
lieir wonderful beauty i
they give the owner, ]
onsidering, especially a
AUGUSTA, GA. J
Auditor's Notice For Return of
Personal Property and
All persons owning property, both
real and personal, or in any capacity,
as husband, guardian, executor, ad
ministrator or trustees are required
to make returns of the same to the
Auditor under cath within the time
mentioned below and the Auditor is
required by law to add a penalty of
50 per cent, to all property that is
not returned on or before the 20th
day of February in any year.
All male citizens between the ages
of 21 and 60 years except those ex
empt by law are deemed t taxable
polls. The 50 per cent., penalty will
be added for failure to make re
For the convenience of tax pay
ers, I or my repr?sentative will be at
the following appointed places on the
dates mentioned to receive tax re
Ropers, Monday January 9.
Meriwether, (Thurmond's Store)
Collier, Wednesday, January ll.
Red Hill, Thursday, Januery 12.
Winn's Store, Friday, January 13.
Cleora, Saturday, January 14.
Pleasant Lane, Monday, January
Meeting Street, Tuesday, January
Johnston, Wednesday, January 18.
Lewis Clark's Store, Thursday,
Trenton, Tuesday, January 24.
The office will be open to receive
returns from first day of January till
the 20th day of February, 1922, as
prescribed by law.
J. R. TIMMERMAN,
Auditor, E. C., S. C.
Mid the pride
it our present
Sylvester's Next Door to