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Office No 61
Residence, No. 17
Wednesday, April 5.
?OCAL AND PERSONAL
Miss Ella Mays of Grenwood, spent
last week-end in Edgefield.
Miss Mamie Dunovant spent Satur
day and Sunday in Aiken with
/fr'.';-. . ' '
As the season for school closings
is near at hand, the picnic season will
Mr. C. T. Burnett is visiting his
father, Mr. 0. 0. Burnett, in Leslie,
Mrs. Ransom Padgett spent the
week-end in North Augusta with
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kemp spent
Sunday in Aiken with Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Mays.
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Howell of Co
lumbia spent the week-end with Mrs.
W. A. Strom and family.
Mr. H. M. Reynolds, Miss Pearl
Padgett and Mr. W. H. Turner spent
Sunday in Greenwood.
Mr. Edwin May of Asheville, Fla.,
was a week-end guest in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. May.
Mr. L. P. Royster of Oxford, N. C.,
has been employed by the Southern
railroad as assistant in Edgefield.
Mr. J. H. Cogburn and Mr. E. E.
Padgett are attending the United
. States court in Greenville this.week
Miss Amy Sloan of Piedmont and
Mr. George Norwood of Greenville
were guests in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. A. E. Padgett Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Carwile of Mc
cormick were visitors in Edgefield
_ Saturday, being guests of Mr. and
Mrs. E. J. Norris while here.
Mrs. W. H. Dorn spent Saturday
* and Sunday in Columbia with her
daughter, Miss Mary Dorn, and
brother, Mr. T. B. Lanham.
Mr. William Thurmond, Jr. came
over from Columbia and spent the
week-end at home, returning to his
studies at the University Monday.
Rev. G. W. M. Taylor will preach
at the Edgefield Methodist church
Sunday at ll a. m. and 8 p. m. The
public is cordially invited to the ser
Mr. and Mrs. J> G. Holland and
Mrs. A. S. Tompkins motored to Co
lumbia Friday to see Mr. J. D. Hol
stein who is still in the hospital in
s Mr. T. C. Callison was among the
visitors in Edgefield Thursday. Mr.,
k-J. E. Reel returned to Lexington in
the car with him and remained until
Mr. J. P. Nixon is now selling ice,
being located in the building former
ly occupied by Mr. W. F. McMurrain
near the depot. Read his advertise
ment in this issue.
All correspondents in sending their
news letters to The Advertiser should
enclose their name. Names are not
published with news letters when re
quested not to do so.
Mrs. Kate Kernaghan and Mrs. J.
W. Stewart are enjoying motoring
these balmy spring days in a spick
and span new Ford sedan. It is a de
luxe car at a reasonable'price.
Dr. Luther Byrd of Augusta came
np Friday to visit his father,'Mr. T.
E. Byrd, who has been quite sick at
his home in the Pleasant Lane sec
tion. Dr. Byrd returned to Augusta
Miss Elizabeth Lott entertained
Miss Glendora Cobb and Mr. Webb of
Langley who came up to participate
in the high school debate Monday
night, giving a tea in their honor
Mr. Diomede Hollingsworth, Mrs.
W. D.- Allen, Miss Jeanie Simkins and
Miss Annabel Saunders motored from
Chappell to Edgefield for the minstrel
Friday night and remained through
Mr. W. G. Ouzts who has been lo
cated in Aiken as prohibition officer
for the past few weeks has. been
transferred to Charleston. This new
assignment is a compliment to this
officer who is making good with the
To-day is bean planting day :
Edgefield. and vicinity. Thirty-c
acres of beans are being planted
farmers in and around Edgefie
They expect to ship in car lots
Friday evening, Friday 14, a ci
test will be held in the high sch
auditorium to select Edgefield's r<
resentatives in the reading a
declamation contest to be held la'
The members of Miss Ruth Ton
kins' dancing class are planning
give a.play entitled "1922 Follie
in the opera house within a fi
weeks. The proceeds will be divid
between the music club and the Cv
Mr. Israel Mukashy tells our res
ers this week about the large stock
clothing which he has just receiv
for boys and men.' ?e has a large i
sortment to select from and can
any size. Read Mr. Mukashy's advt
Supervisor A. A. Edmunds is beii
congratulated upon the very succ?s
ful sale of the county bonds last Sf
urday, a sufficient premium ben
realized to more than pay all expen
es incident to the issuing and sa
of the bonds.
Prof. Charles F. Brooks and- Mr.
T. Crews of Laurens are welcome vi
itors in Edgefield to-day. They m
tored from Laurens yesterday afte
noon. Prof. Brooks is visiting friem
and Mr. Crews is visiting his brothe
Mr. E. H. Crews.
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Key^ can
over from Columbia and spent Su:
day with Mr. and Mrs. CH. Key. Tl
friends of Mi. Key are delighted thj
he - is steadily regaining his healt
having been greatly benefitted by tl
recent treatment in New York.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Smith spei
s -veral days last week in Edgefie]
visiting the former's brother, Mr. I
A. Smith. They stopped in EdgefieO
while in route to their home i
Asheville, N. C., from Florida, whei
they spent the past three months.
Have you tried that special coffe
that is being much sought after ?
the Huggins Grocery Store near th
depot? This store has many oth<
good things that should be pleasin
to the Edgefield housewives. Rea
the advertisement in this issue.
Mr. W. H. Parks, Jr., advertises
device in this issue for killing bo
weevils. It is simple, practical and ir
expensive. Call at the stable of M:
B. L. Holston and see' this exterm
nator which is being quite generali
purchased by farmers, some purchas
ing as many as ten of them.
There have been very gratifyin;
responses to our appeal for corres
pondents to report the news from th
different sections of the county. Th
Advertiser contains each week six o
eight news letters from different sec
i;ions that prove to be very interest
fng. We trust that these letters wil
come in every week regularly.
The Corner Store announces th?
winners of the prizes in the contes
for the most perfect foot, as award
ed hy the foot specialist last week
Miss Grace Tompkins was awardet
the prize for the ladies and Mr. M. B
Tusker was the winner of the prizt
for the men ,each receiving $5.00 ir
cash for having the most perfect foot,
The entertainment given by th?
"Koon Town 13 Club" in the Opera
House Friday night was a proiounced
success. Those who took part added
new laurels to their already enviable
reputation. The attendance was large
and all present enjoyed every feature
of the programme. Edgefield is very
proud of its dramatic and musical
Mr. Abrom Daitch announces this
week the arrival of the new spring
goods which he recently purchased
in person while in the northern mar
kets. Mr. Daitch bought spring mer
chandise very low and will give his
customers the advantage of these
new low prices. Call at his store to
supply your spring needs in dry
goods, clothing, shoes, etc.
"Southern Cinderella" is the title
of a play that, will be given at Tren
ton by local talent Tuesday night,
April 18. Trenton has some very fine
dramatic and musical talent which
assures the success of the entertain
ment. The Greeks from Edgefield will
also sing severaj numbers. The price
of admission will be 35 cents for
adults and 15 cents for children.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for Commissioner of Board of
Public Works for town of Edgefield,
H. E. QUARLES.
Mrs. S. McG. Simkins has returned
from a delightful visit to her daught
er, Mrs. Clint Graydon, in Columbia.
While there, she was joined by Miss
Virginia Simkins of Greenville and
they went to Charleston, visiting the
peerless Magnolia Gardens. On the
return trip, thej were guests of
Misses Raven and Helen Lewis, at
Squirrel Inn, in beautiful Summer
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. McMurra?i?i-uI
Miss Mattie Saunders 'left FridajHft
Miami, Fla., where they will rwjBe
in the future. They were accompa
nied as far as Augusta by Mrs. Ca
pers Madden and Miss Margaret Mad
den. Instead of going at once to
Miami, when Miss Annabel Saunders'
school closes at Chappel she will come
to Edgefield to spend some time with
Mr. E. S. Strom announces through
the columns Of The Advertiser this
week that he will purchase railroad
cross ties at Edgf field. This will he a
new enterprise that will increase reg
ularly every week the amount of cash
put into~circulation. Mr. Strom will
be in Edgefield Saturday to receive*
cross ties. We are pleased to an
nounce that he is planning to move
to Edgefield to reside permanently.
Although the Yonce Motor Com
pany has just received a car load of
Ford cars, if orders continue to be
filed as rapidly as they have for'the
past ten days, it will be only a short
time before the cars just unloaded
will he gone. The very low price of
Ford cars, together with their eco
nomic upkeep and operating ex
penses, appeals to many people at
this time. Mr. Xonce tells our read
ers of the merits of the Ford tour
ing car in his advertisement this
week. The price is only $348 f. o. b.
Detroit. , .
The announcement of H. C. Viele
& Company, popular jewelers of Au
gusta, that they have opened for busi
ness in room 412 of the Lamar
Building will be pleasing information
to their Edgefield friends. They.were
formerly located on Jackson street
but were burned out in the fire of
last fall. They are now offering a
well selected stock of jewelry in the
Lamar building. By thus reducing
their expensevthey can make lower
prices to their customers. Read Mr.
Viele's advertisement in this issue
and bear in mind his new place-?
Room 412, Lamar Building.
U. D. C. Announcement
The United Daughters of the Con
federacy will hold their. April meet
ing Tueday of next week, the 11th,
at four o'clock with Mrs. S. M. Smith.
A full attendance is urged.
Must Be Paid For. .
All cards of thanks, tributes, obit
uaries and resolutions sent to this of
fice for publication will be charged
for at advertising rates. Please bear
this in mind and do not expect free
publication. The cost of publishing a
newspaper under present conditions
is too great and the income too .limit
ed for us to publish such matter
In the robbery of the Bank of
Trenton, the night of October 19th,
1920, a certificate for 10 shares of
stock in the Bankers' National Life
Insurance Company of Orangeburg,
S. C., dated December 9, 1919, in fa
vor of the undersigned was stolen,
and notice is h?reby given that at the
expiration of legal notice, I will ap
ply to che company for a duplicate
certificate of stock.
WALLACE W. WISE,
Trenton, S. C.
THE VERY THING
It is simple, cheap and ea:
son and brush weevils while
See machine at Ben L. H
S. C., or see H. W. Dobej
ston, S. C., or mail order tc
-\ Committee Appointed.
At a meeting of citizens held in
the court house Tuesday afternoon to
discuss the action of the State High
way Commission in abandoning that
portion of the Dixie Highway lead
ing from Trenton to Augusta as a
part of the state highway system, a
committee was appointed 'to confer
in a body with the State Highway
Commission about the matter. Be
sides the members of the legislative
delegation and Supervisor Edmunds,
bhe committee consists of the follow
ing citizens, B. R. Tillman, D. R. Day,
J. M. Vann, W. A. Pardue, H. W.
Crouch, S. J. Watson, G. H. Balan
tine, S. McG. Simkins. J. Wm. Thur
mond and N. G. Evans.
Wednesday afternoon, Miss Lula
Quarles and Mr. Charles C. Clifton
of Savannah were married by Rev.
P. P. Blalock at his residence in
Edgefield. Their marriage was quite
a surprise to many of the friends of
the bride who is well known in Edge
field, being a sister of Mr. H. E.
Quarles and Mr. J. V/. Quarles. They
will make their home in Savannah.
Miss Quarles was a daughter of Mr.
Henry W. Quarles of the Red Hill
section. She was a graduate of the
South Carolina Co-Educational In
stitute and ,has had considerable ex
perience as a teac r, always making
e. good record wn ie has taught.
The Advertiser e.* \ hearty con
r Long Cane School.
Closing exercises of the Long Cane
school were held Friday, March 24.
Miss Fannie Harris has been the
teacher for the past session and her
services have been highly satisf?c
tory. The medal offered for the pupil
making the highest average during
the session was awarded to Master
John Allen, Jr., which was a very dis
When your horse is sick you send
for a veterinary surgeon but when
you are sick you send for your family
physician. We specialize on Ford
cars, so when your Ford is sick send
it to. us for repairs. We are properly
equipped for doing high class work.
YONCE MOTOR CO.
WANTED: Man with car to sell
the BEST Ford Oil Guage made.
$100.00 per week and extra commis
sions. Accessories Co., 3988 Graham,
Benton Harbor, Mich.
WANTED: Chickens and
eggs wanted. We will pay
highest cash prices. Wire us
for prices. Owens Fruit and
Produce Xo., Tampa, Fla.
FOR SALE; Five nice young cowSj
fresh in milk, at $25 and.$30 each.
I am in the market for 50 head of
poor young cattle.
W. G. WOOD.
We want our old friends to
come and see our new Spring
Hats. They are beautiful, and
very wearable and reasonable
in price. Come to see us and
the hats also.
NORRIS MILLINERY CO.,
johnston, S. C.
9b f?sig's Hew Uimmi
W THE COUGH. Ci'^K TH" LUWP.S
\ TO KILL YOUR
sy to operate. Apply poi
plowing-no extra labor.
olston's Stables. Edgefield,
% Turner's Garage, John
) County Distributor,
W. H. PARKS, Jr.,
McCormick, S. C.
A Yatee Lite Tiiis
Why should you buy any car
but a Ford? Prices lowest,
parts lowest, operating and,up
keep expense lowest, yet a Ford
car will take you anyplace any
car will go. These are sensible,
not extravagant times, and a
Ford is the most sensible car
for anyone to own. Terms if
YONGE MOTOR COMPANY
EdgefieM, S. C.
We invite the men
and boys to come
in and see our
new spring arriv
als in clothing in
all the popular
weaves and colors
We are now selling the Style-Plus
Clothes and want you to inspect this
line. Every suit is guaranteed to
Our large assortment of clothes.en
ables us to fit any size man or boy.
Our prices are always right. <
The Store jof Better Values and Lower Prices