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Published every Wednesday in
The Advertiser Building at $2.00
per year in advance.
Entered as second class matter at
the postoffice at Edgefield S. C.
No cummuaications will be pub
lished unless accompanied by the
Card of Thanks, Obituaries, Res
olutions and Political Notices pub
lished at advertising rates.
Wednesday, April 5.
Meetings at Horns Creek and
Sunday was a beautiful day for
the visit of the Baptist ministers who
came into the association in the in
terests of the 75 Million Campaign.
Perhaps rews will come in from all
the churches where the meetings
were held, but the writer had the
privilege of attending the churches at
Horn's Creek and Republican. ,
.Colonel S. B. Mays and Mr. Harris
came into Edgefield to meet Dr. C.
E. Burts at the station Sunday morn
ing and the trip was made first to
Horn's Creek; Here a very represen
tative congregation of men and wo
men gathered, Rev. P. B. Lanham
presiding and encouraging the enter
Dr. C. E. Burts made a splendid
address on the fundamentals which
he said were more important than
the 75Million, and were back of it
and necessary to its accomplishment.
He stressed the importance of sys
tematic giving in a detailed and
forceful way, acording to the New
Testament plan, and said that this
was the only way that our people
could now meet their obligations. He
gave concrete examples of how small
amounts given regularly would be
come great' sums in the aggregate,
one example being the originator of
the Esquimo Pie, who almost in a
night had become a millionaire, and
these pies cost but ten cents.
The matter of the church budget
was discussed and the church adopt
ed its use.
The ladies of Horn's Creek had
prepared a ranch which was served
on the tables and greatly enjoyed by
all who were fortunate enough to be
From Horn's Creek we were the
guests of Rev. P. B. Lanham and his
son Willie Lanham, stopping at Mr.
Lanham's home where we were join
ed by Mrs. P. B. Lanham and Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Lanham in their car.
Republican is one of the most prom
ising churches in the association in
the number of intelligent, high toned
men and,womenof the neighborhood
and the number of young people and
children. Dr. Burts has a fine mem
memory, as was exemplified by his
remark as he arose to speak at Re
publican, that he saw the church had
recently been remodelled and im
proved for which he expressed appre
ciation saying also that the church
was beautiful for situation. In vis
iting so many hundreds of churches
similar in construction and situation
it is marvellous that he could remem
ber such details. I
Mr. Lanham also presided here,
and Mr. John Atkinson was called on
to lead hi prayer.
. Dr. Burts had a good audience
from the standpoint of numbers, and
a very appreciative one. His address
was a differene one from that of the
morning. He was very sympathetic in
what he said, on account of the finan
cial conditions, but said he found
Edgefield county much better off than
he had expected. The success of his
.remarks was proven by the enthusi
asitic adoption of the budget or en
; Miss Lucile Miller acted as organ
ist and the choir was filled with
?right young people who sang' well.
Mr. Willie Lanham transported the
.party back to Edgefield after the
meeting, and he and Dr. Burts dis
cussed farming, chicken raising and
their European tour, especially the
Mediterranean Sea and the countries
on its shores. Dr. Burts returned to
Columbia Sunday night.
The roads from Republican were
very good all the way to Edgefield,
and the fine grain was remarked on
by Dr. Burts as we passed along.
Mrs. J. L. MIMS.
Red Hill News.
Sunday being a pretty day, quite
a crowd attended church here. The
talks made by Mrs. Mamie Tillman,
Rev. Mr. Allen and Dr. Thompson
were much enjoyed. We hope they
will soon come again, as we are out
of a pastor.
Miss Lena De-Laughter has return
sd after spending*a while with her
sister, Mrs. Boyd Holmes.
Mr. *and Mrs. Charlie McDaniel are
on the sick list. We hope they will
Mr. and Mrs. Ned Holmes spent
Sunday with their son, Mr. Ed
Mr. Abbie Holmes made a business
trip to Augusta'Thursday.
Mrs. Eleanor Holmes and children
are some better, after being seriously
ill. The. nurse has left them.
John Graves, the only son of Mrs.
Charity Graves, was buried at Red
Hill Friday at ll o'clock. He was an
[unusually bright and attractive boy of
twelve years and was loved by every
one who knew him. Four of his lit
tle playmates were pall bearers. They
I were John Mundy of Edgefield, Char
lie Jones, Craf ten and Moody Holmes.
We extend heartfelt sympathy to his
loved ones, especially his mother and
A marriage of much surprise was
that of Miss Lula Quarles of this
I place and Mr. C. C. Clifton of Gar
field, Ga. They were married in Edge
field Thursday and are to make their
[home in Garfield. ,
Mr. Earl Prince went to Augusta
I Friday and returned Saturday after
Mr. J .F. Bigham made a business
trip to Edgefield Saturday.
Miss Mattie Stalnaker and Miss
(Mamie Holmes spent Saturday night
[and Sunday with Mrs. Jasper McDan
iel. Mrs. McDaniel also had as her
j guests Mr. Sherard Holmes, Miss Lola
I Young and Mr. Dewey Young.
Mr. 0. J. Holmes' horse was stolen
out of the stable one night last week.
By careful searching, it was found
.and brought back to him.
Miss Mattie Wliliams was also in
after spending a while with her reis*
rives at Modoc.
Mr. Earl Prince visited Parksville
last fourth Sunday. We are afraid we
are going to lose one of our Princes.
We are planning an Easter pro
gram for third Sunday and .will have
some good speakers. Hope to have
Rev. Mr. Allen of Edgefield.
Meeting Street News.
We have had beautiful weather for
the past week and .the farmers are
very busy preparing for a crop, but
don't think they are going to plant
much cotton on account of the boll
weevil. The women are busy in their
gardens and flower yards.
Mr. Ben Stevens has returned from
a pleasant visit in the home of Mr.
James Hart of Johnston.
Mrs. J. R. Blocker spent one day
iats week with her mother, Mrs. Mar
... .... #i
1 Mr. C. W. Odom and Mr. J. M.
Walton made a business trip to John
Misses Evelyn Johnson and Fannie
Harris spent Friday with Miss John
son's sister, Mrs. Burley Walton.
Mr. Stan Holston of near Edgefield
spent Sunday with his brother, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs| M. L. Stevens and
children spent Sunday with the lat
ter's mo(ther, Mrs. Nicholson.
Miss Mary Lewis spent last week
end with Miss Evelyn Johnson of
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Jones spent
Saturday with the latter's sister, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Davis Timmerman
spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Odom and
children visited Mr. and Mrs. Will
Mr. Ben Stevens, J. M. and J. G.
Walton attended a party in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Johnson in
honor of Misses Mary Lewis and
Mrs. Mary and Cecil Walton visit
ed in the home of Mrs. W. P. John
son of Kirksey on Tuesday.
WEM A MAN FALL OUT WID
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Camp Branch News.
Just a few lines today from the
dear old western side of Edgefield.
It seems a!s though your paper gets
the news from most every side of the
.county and I enjoy reading it.
What has become of our corres
pondent, "Uncle Ive" Morgan? I
always like to hear from him, but I
haven't seen any of his letters in
quite a while.
There has been lots of plowing
around here and most people in our
community have planted their gar
dens and some things are up and
growing prettily. ?
We hope to have a large attend
ance at Barr's Chapel next Sunday
las Mr. Roundtree will preach.twq
j sermons, one in the morning and one
in the afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Holmes and
their little daughter, Margaret spent
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Mrs. Carrie Bartley visited her
daughter, Mrs. Hugh Seigler this
week. Mrs. Bartley was glad to have
with her last Sunday her son, Mr
Perry Whatley, who is engaged in
the J. D. Holstein drug store.
Mr. Frank Sawyer and two of his
[friends from Johnston were among
the welcome visitors in our communi
ty last Sunday afternoon.
Mr. George DeLaughter and his
wife were with us a couple of days
ago and spent the day with their pa
I rents. -
Mr. Claude Burnett from Edgefield
spent last Saturday night and, Sunday
with frends and relatives here.
Addison Mills News.
Mrs. W. D. Boyce was called to
Greenwood Tuesday on account of
I the illness of her daughter, Mrs. J. G.
The members of the B. Y. P. U. en
I joyed a picnic Saturday afternoon
I at Salter's pond.
Messrs. D. R. Howe and H. P. Gar
diner of the Boston office visited us[
The night school session closed last
night after a very successful term.
Mr. Roy Tucker proved to be a very
A GOOD FRIEND.
A good friend stands by you when
in need. Edgefield people tell how
Doan's Kidney Pills have stood the
test. T. J. Paul, of Jeter St., P. 0.
Box 176 endorsed Doan's seven years
ago and again confirms the story.
Could you ask for more convincing
I testimony?* ?
'My kidney trouble was brought
lon by being on my feet continually,"
[says Mr. Paul. "I had a dull pain in
my back and tired easily. My back
was sore and stiff when I was on my
feet long. My rest was often broken
at night, my kidneys acted so fre
quently .1 procured Doan's Kidney
Pills at Holstein's Drug Store and
they cured me of the trouble."
(Statement given June 9th, 1914.)
On February 3, 1922, Mr. Paul
added: "I haven't needed a kidney j
remedy since Doajn's Kidney Pills
cured me. I gladly confirm all I said |
in praise of Doan's."
60c, at all dealers. Foster-Milburn
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
Long Branch News.
Little Dean Derrick had the mis
fortune to break his leg last Thurs
Alma Clark is still confined to her
bed, but we think she is somewhat
Mrs. Lona Bruce and children
spent the day Sunday with Mrs. G.
Little Branson Hair has been
spending the week-end with his un
cle, Mr. J. B. Rhoden.
Mrs. Lewis Clark and children
spent last Sunday with "Mrs. Eddie
Ola Watson is spending this week
with Myrtle Salter.
Mr. John Scott and family dined
at Mr. Oscar Clark's Sunday.
Little George Claxton Scott spent
last week with Mr. nad Mrs. Harry
Mr. Raymond Derrick was ?t home
for the week-end.
Ruth Scott, Ruby Ripley and Myr
tle Salter dined with Chloe Rhoden
Mi1, and Mrs. Joe Clark were down
at Mr. Oscar Clerk's Sunday.
The farmers are very" busy every
pretty day. There has been so much
rain that everyone is behind with
The farmers of the Long Branch
community heard a very interesting
and helpful address given at the
school house last Friday night by Mr.
Watkins of Clemson college on "Co
operative Marketing of Cotton."
Several joined the association.
In our contest c
had the most per
made his careful a
jH Miss Grace Tompk
Tucker won the g<
who cairne in to be
SS- public that there i
?3- treatment is appli<
We hope to have D:
Sgl other foot sufferers to
;SS time come in and let u
you relief in your foot
News From Trenton.
Miss Kathleen Neely is spending
I the week-end in Trenton .with her sis
ter, Miss Anna Bell Neely.
Mrs. "Willie Lanham of Ropers is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Kate Rentz of Ehrhardt is vis- j
iting in the home of . her brother, Mr.
E. W. Rentz.
Miss Addie Hughes of Columbia
visited in Trenton on Thursday of last
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hardy of John
ston were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter W. Wise on Wednesday
Misses Helen, Elza and EV?. .vnight
of Columbia were guests of their sis
ter, Mrs. E. F. Harrison on Sunday.
Miss Zeleme Yates is. the week
end guest of M^ss Helen Yonce of
Mr. and Mrs. George Huiet spent
(Sunday in Leesville as the guest of
1 Mrs. Huiet's mother.
Misses Eva Howell and Bell Gault
of Graniteville were the guests of
Misses May and Carrie Harrison on
Miss Julia Wise has returned from
an extended visit in Florida. She was
accompanied home by Mrs. Allen and
Mrs: Ernest Crouch and little
daughter, Harriet Day, have return
ed from a vi3it to her mother.
Mrs. W. Rentz has been sick for
the past two weeks. We are glad to
know tiut she is well again.
Little Evelyn Swearingen who has
been ill at the University hospital is
at home again doing nicely.
Miss Susan Mathis has been de
I tained from her classes at school for
I the past week on account of illness:
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Marsh are in
Columbia at the bedside of their
daughter, Kathryn, who is ill with
(pneumonia at Columbia college.
Messrs L. G. Watson and F. C.
Black honored the pastors of the
Methodist, Lutheran and Baptist
churches of Johnston with a delicious
fish stew on Tuesday evening at Sal
Friday morning the children of the
giammar school honored Mr. Rentz
with a flower shower.
Mrs. D. R. Day celebrated the sixth
birthday of D. R. Jr., "on last Satur
day. After a number of games the
AT THE CL
Loans and Discounts.
United States Liberty Bonds....
Furniture and Fixtures.
Due from Banks._.
Cash in Vault._.
&tai? of #mrtb (?arnlina )
\ (?minty nf E?igc?rl? j
Before me came, E. J. Mims,
above and foregoing statement is i
Sworn to before me this 1st de
J. G. HOLLAND,
W. C. TOMPKINS,
J. H. ALLEN,
if $5.00 each t? the woman and man who
feet foot examined by Dr. H. H. Powell,
M final decision in awarding the priz?s.
ins won the ladies' prize and Mr. Madison
intlemen's prize. We want to thank all
treated and examined. We feel that Dr.
: understood his work, and convinced the
is foot relief to be had when the right
p. Powell with us again sopn, and want to advise
be here when he comes again; but in the mean
is know your troubles, for it may be we can give
small geusts were invited ,into the din
ing room and arranged around a
dainty table decorated in pink and
white flowers and sweets. The centre
piece was a large cake with six light
ed pink candles in the center. Ice
cream and cake were served, after
which the little host was presented
with many gifts.
Way Cross News.
We are having some beautiful
weather, and the farmers are getting
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ouzts entertain
ed the young folks with a delightful
pound party Friday night.
Leslie and Luke Reardeu, Harry
McDowell^ and Jake Moore are Con
stant visitors in this section.
Mrs. J. E. Ouzts'and children spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Ran
Mr. Alvin Bryan visited in -the
home of Mrs. Lizzie E. Parkman Sun
Mr. Ransom Bush spent the week
end in the home of Mr. C. H. John
Master R. B. Padgett spent last
week with his grandmother.
Messrs. Rufus Minor and Bill Ram
bo from Epworth were visitors in this
section Sunday afternoon.
Messrs John Blocker, Jr., and John
Ransom were visitors in the Kirksey
Mrs. Williams J. Parkman spent
Thursday evening with Mrs. A. G.
/ "BLUE EYES." '
I hereby announce that I am a can
didate for the position on the Board
of Public works of the town of Edge
field heretofore filled by Mr. L. T.
May and solicit the support of the
J. W. STEWART.
New Spring Goods
Our new spring stock which we
selected in person in the Northern
markets has arrived, and -is now
displayed. We invite the people,
and especially the ladies, to come
in and let us show them our new
spring goods in
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
CLOTHING and SHOES
We bought these goods at the new low prices and
can sell them very low. Come in to see us and let us
.prove swhat we say.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
OSE OF BUSINESS M A Fl C H 31, 1922
Undivided Profits. ' 4,709.69
Bills Payable...... 70,000.00
Cashier of the above named bank, who, being duly sworn, says that the
i true condition of said bank, as shown by the books of said bank. ,
iy of April, 1922.
P. L. COGBURN,
Clerk of Court, E. C., S. C.
E. J. HIMS.