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Wednesday, May 24. \
Miss Mamie Dunovant Enter
tains at Luncheon for Miss
Miss Mamie Dunovant was hostess
for the bridal party of Miss R?sela
Parker and a few other friends on.
Saturday morning at ll o'clock. Mu-j
sic made merry for the guests in the
parlors, and the amusement was mak
ing a book of advice to the bride,
each leaf of the book containing one
letter of the bride's name, and in this
hook, advice beginning with one of
the letters. Another pastime was the
nodeiling of the groom from chew
ing gum on a toothpick. The best im
age of him was made by Miss Sadie
Mims, who received a hand made
handkerchief. The bride was present
ed with a hand embroidered card
The guests were invited into the
dining room where the lights were
shaded with pink, and place cards
directed each one to the place as
signed them. The most delightful part
of the program was the hour when a
bountiful and beautifully planned
three course luncheon was served.
Mrs. Mamie N. Tillman acted as toast
mistress, 'Miss Ruth Tompkins mak
ing the toast to the bride, Miss Mar
jorie Tompkins to the groom and
Mrs. A. R. Nicholson to the mothers.
This was a most delightful occasion
? Cold Spring News.
The farmers were glad to see some
ljain, but had a little too much for
tjhem. God's will, not ours be done.
j Miss Lydia Holmes is spending a
Hew days with her aunt, Mrs. Ned
Holmes, who has been quite sick, but
iA some better now.
I Mr. Dewey McClendon and three
sisters of Edgefield motored down
?ere Sunday' afternoon to see friends
? Mrs. Lizzie Prince and son, Abbie
Visited Mrs. John Henry West of An
tioch last Tuesday.
[ Mrs. Lou McClendon has returned
?o her home after spending a while
Itt Edgefield with her son, Mr. Byrd
I Quite a-large crowd of our young
people attended Flat Rock Sunday
school Sunday afternoon.
Margaret Whitlock has returned
home after spending a while at
Horn's Creek and Edgefield with rel
Miss Myrtis McClendon had as her
guests Saturday night, Miss Carrie
May Johnson, Messrs. Jesse Long,
Eddie Corley and Mr. Elina Wates of
The way most farmers are harvest
ing their grain around here is they
are having old fashioned reapings
and the ladies have quiltings the
same day. Old times must be coming
We are glad to say little Margaret
Holmes is much better after being
We were glad tp see Mrs. Anna
iCrafton from Colliers at church Sun
day. She had with her, her niece;, Miss
Dantz of Georgia.
Litle Clyde Roberson has return
ed from a week's visit to his grand
mother, Mrs. 0. J. Holmes.
Miss Lee Lanier of Antioch spent
Sunday with Miss Louree Johnson.
Mrs. A. B. Young is on the sick
list. We .hope she will soon be well.
Little Lucy Holmes, the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Holmes, had
the misfortune to scald her foot verjr
badly .last week.
Mr. Paul Eu bank s and Mr. Earl j
Johnson of Antioch visited in our
community last Sunday.
Mr. _A. B. Young lost a fine horse
last w eek.
Miss Essie Bussey spent Saturday
night with Mrs. Tom Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Holmes 3pertt
Monday with Mrs. Shade Holmes in
We had, a large crowd at church
Sunday and the sermon by Mr. Ed
wards of Johnston was much enjoy
ed. He is coming .back and preach the
third Sunday in June.
Mrs. Sarah Ann Holmes and her
daughter, Lillian are visiting in East
Fishing seems to be the chief oe
:upation since the rains. Several
have been going to the back water
in between here and Augusta.
Mr. Walter Holmes of Antioch vis
ited homefoiks, here Sunday.
Mr. Talton Prince is a regular vis
itor in Antioch these Sunday after
. The farmers have' been busy* cut
ting grain. A few in our community
planted wheat and will make enough
flour to do them.
"General Green" is raging now,
and the farmers will have to hustle
Miss Mary Dantz is visiting her
cousin, Dr. J. N. Crafton. We give
this visitor a hearty welcome to our
Miss Ellie Mathis will return to
her home the latter part of the week
from her school in York county where
she has successfully taught this year.
We welcome you home, "Miss Ellie."
Mr. W. G. Wells has been on the
sick list for the past two weeks, but
we are glad to say he is convalescing.;
Miss Effie Adams has returned
from an extended visit to her broth
er, Mr. J. R. Adams.
One of Collier's most beloved
young ladies, Miss Alberta Talbert,
left Monday for Columbia to enter
training in the Baptist hospital. We
wish her great success in this noble
Rev. P. B. Lanham and Mr. Pres
ton Lanham were the spend-the-day
guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. G. Wells Monday. Mr. Lanham has
jus i returned from Atlanta where he
has oeen studying pharmacy.
Mr. H. B. Wells spent the week
end with his home folks.
Mrs. D. T. Mathis, Miss Effie Ad
ams, Mr. Bland Mathis and Mr. Frank
Adams attended the picnic Mn the
Sweetwater section Friday,
Our prayer meeting was very
largely attended Saturday night. Mr.
Tom Adams conducted the services,
reading the eleventh chapter of
Miss Sunie Mae Hammond had
16 ounces of blood drawn from her
veins for a lady who was seriously
hurt in an automobile accident. This
speaks well for the health of one of
our young ladies who left for train
ing. W > .. . T.* '
Mr. Judge Sanders'and daughters,
Alma and Maggie Sanders of the Mt.
Pleasant section visited in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Jackson Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Mathis, * Jr.,
and family, of Trenton, visited in the
home of Mr. J. E. Timme rm an Sun
Miss Nelle Rhoden spent Saturday
night with Miss Verna Derrick in the
pine Grove Section.
Mr. and Mrs. Price Timmerman,
Mr. Frank Timmerman and Mr. Ben
Lewis dined with Mr. Jeff Lewis Sun
Miss Dorothy Williams who is
teaching at Johnston spent the week
end at home.
Miss Eunice Rutledge has return
ed home from Columbia where she
has been visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Hair and fam
liy dined with Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mc
Mr. and Mrs. Ernie King of Colum
bia spent the week end here with
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rutledge.
Mr. Dozier Jackson and Miss Al
loe Rutledge attended a picnic at
Mrs. McCarty and family spent
Saturday night and Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Salter near Philippi.
Messrs. Edd, Charlie and Harvey
Pardue motored to Graniteville re
Mr. Leonard Yawn who is staying
at the camp near Eureka spent the
week-end at his home in Graniteville.
Mrs. J. M. Derrick and two little
daughters spent one day_ last week
with Mrs. George Rhoden.
Mr. and Mrs. David Holmes and
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family were visitors in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Jackson Sunday.
Mrs. G. S. Cartledge and Mra. Er
vin Reames visited their sister, Mrs.
George Rhoden recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harley and fam
ily were in Eureka Sunday visiting
Mr. and Mrs. D. 0. Harley, Sr.
Dinner Party for Parke?-War
ren Bridal Party.
American Revolution. The hard rain
ries cf parties for Miss R?sela Par
ker, Mrs. Mamie L. Warren and Mrs.
W. E. B. Tompkins', as joint hostess
es entertained the Parker-Warren
bridal party at a most delightful din
ner party on Tuesday evening, 7:30
at their home "Center Springs." The
fine old home, among the oldest and
most splendid in the county was
charmingly decorated with a variety
of spring flowers.
Prior to the dinner several delight
ful musical numbers were rendered
by Miss Ruth Tompkins and Mrs. M.
B. Tucker in vocal solos, Mrs. Walter
Cantelou with a violin solo' and Miss
Ruth Lyon at the piano.
The music completed, the guests
were invited into the spacious dining
room where the dinner was served,
which consisted of an elaborate salad
'course, followed by a delicious ice
and sweet course. The guests were
served by Misses Isabelle Byrd, Eliz
abeth Lott and Leila Bland Tomp
kins. Mrs. R. T. Hill also assisted in
At th? conclusion of the dinner,
Mrs. Mamie N. Tillman acted as
toastmistress, in her -charming and
inimitable manner, proposed several
toasts. The toast to the bride was re
sponded to by Mrs. B. B. Jones, to
the groom by Miss Ruth Tompkins,
and to the friends to the bride and
groom, by. Miss Marjorie Tompkins.
These responses were most beautiful
and appropriate. The occasion is one
long to be remembered by ?ll present,
reflecting as it did, the splendid hos
pitality of the hostesses and also the
esteem in which Miss Parker and Mr.
Warren are held.
At 9 o'clock the guests departed
for the home of Miss Parker where
the rehearsal was held for the wed
ding which is to take plcae on Wed- !
nesday. ? . .. .^.\i^M.'
Miss Padgett Entertains for
Miss Gladys Padgett entertained
at; bridge for the. brides elect on Fri
day afternoon. Guests occupied ten
tables and the home was most lavish
ly decorated with cut flowers. The
honorees, Mpss R?sela Parker and
Miss Margaret May were presented
with gifts of exquisite lingerie for>
Miss Justine Cantelou made top
score and was presented with a box
of French powder.
A delicious salad course was
On Thursday afternoon, Mrs. B. B.
Jones, Mrs. N. M. Jones and Mrs. Al
len Samuel were hostesses for the
brides, Misses R?sela Parker and
At the door stood Allen Samuel,
Jr., who greeted each guest and pre
sented them with a souvenir card.
The color scheme was in pink, and
Dorothy Perkins roses than which
there is no more beautiful, becoming
and graceful decoration, made the
scene like a fairyland.
Little Ethelyn Byrd stood on the
colonnade daintily dressed as a min
iature bride, making a lovely picture.
The musical program was a song,
"The Thought of You," by Mrs. A. R.
Nicholson; "Thou Art to Me" and
"Pale Moon," Miss Ruth Tompkins.
A solo dance, Valse Amoureuse
Polka was given by Miss Janie Ed
wards and solo dances by little Miss
es Mary Cantelou and Virginia Hol
A dance duett was given by Mary
Cantelelou and Janie Edwards, "The
Time of Roses."
The guest3 were invited into the
dining room, where from a beautiful
ly decorated table, block c-r?am and
cake were served.
The brides were seated together in
a becomingly decorated chair.
It seems to me that the electric
light and water works is a dead issue
in the coming municipal election. It
occurs to me that the paramount is- J
sue at stake at the present time is
FOR SALE: One good mare mule
and one top buggy. Apply to
BANK OF EDGEFIELD.
Whenever Yon Need a General Tonic
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic properties of QUININE
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
guilds np the Wholr System. SO cents.
No we don't mean
5 is warm enough t(
We have jil
w Another shipment
jjg! one character thal
as careful with it
|| ns prove it.
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Bridge Party for the Brides.
On Wednesday a delightful occa
sion was a Bridge Luncheon of six
tables givin in honor of Miss Marga
ret May and Miss R?sela Parker, at
the home of Miss Virginia Addison,
Miss Addison, Mrs. Hugh Mitchell
and Miss Marjorie Tompkins enter
The decorations yere a profusion
of beautiful sweet peas in varied col
The brides were presented with a
half dozen linen hand - embroidered
A two course luncheon was served
the first being a hot course of fried
chicken, hot roils and iced tea,
and the other accompaniments appro
priate to such a menu. The second
course was frozen whipped cream and
leake. ,M .. jj [' *M\?1
Mr. Law Abiding Citizen, if you
know where liquor is being made,
sold or transported, report it to the
proper authority without delay. It
will materialize in good results.
We are better
ever before, hav
which is guaran
onions and garli
Our aim is to
have with us th<
expect to grind
will be given th
t Bring us your
is full of oats,
ig Time i
that this is Saturday i
) take a swim in the poi
sf received a pretty ;
of the "Character C
) you can buy^ and you <
as your own character.
Time is the test of truth. And
Doan's Didney Pills have stood the
test in Edgefield. No Edgefield resi
dent who suffers backache, or annoy
ing urinary ills can remain uncon
vinced by this twice-told testimony.
L. W. Redd, 202 Norris Ave.,
Edgefield, gave the following state
ment February 3, 1918: "I had con
siderable trouble with my back, af
ter Iwas in a runaway in which I was
injured. My back ached severely and
it was nearly unbearable. When I
sJooped, I could hardly straighten
again and had to hold on to some
thing to help me up. A friend advised
Doan's Kidney Pills and I began to
use them. Two boxes of Doan's rid
me of the trouble and I am glad to
On February 4, 1922, Mr. Redd
said: "I have not needed Doan's Kid
ney Pills for some time but I am glad
to continue my former endorse
60c at all dealers. Foster-Milburn
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
Economical VAN-NIL Economical
prepared to grind y
ing just installed ai
teed to take out 90
c and other foreign i
give better service
3 sam? millers we ha
day and night. Eve
ose who come to m
wh?at. If it is ful
bring it-we will d
ill be Ready to '
iston, South Can
tight, but that it
:ioth. " This is
Io not have to be
, Whynot make
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF EDGEFIELD
By ,W. T. Kinnaird Esquire, Probate
Whereas J. D. Bartley of above'
county and state made suit to me to
grant him Letters of Administration
cum testamenta annexo of the Estate
of and effects pf Nora M. Bartley.
These are theref ore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of said Nora M. Bart
ley deceased, that they be and appear
before me, in the Court'of Probate,
to be held at Edge?eld, S. C., in my
office on the 25th day of May, 1922,'
after publication thereof, at ll
o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause, if any they liave, why the said
adminsitration should not be granted.
Given under my hand, this 8th day
of May, Anno Domini, 1922. .
W. T. KINNAIRD, (L. S.)
Probate Judge E. Co. .
Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly
The Old Standard general strengthening tonic;
GROVE'S TASTELESS, chill TONICdrirea our
Halaria.eririches thc blocd, builds up thc system.
A true Tonic; For adults and children. GO?
rour wheat than
i Onion machine
per cent of all
than ever. We
,d last year, and
s farthest away.
I' of onions, if it
o the rest and