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Office No 61
Residence, No. 17
Wednesday, June 7.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Miss Eleanor Gaskin of Columbia
is here visiting Miss May Rives.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Craig of An
derdon are here visiting Mrs. Lizzie
Mrs. Lettie Allstock of Saluda is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. Israel
Mrs. R. E. Phillips, formerly Miss
Rosa Hill of Augusta is visiting rela
Mrs. Ellison Capers of Columbia,
is here visiting her aunt, Mrs. Bertis
Miss Katherine Minis is at home
from Darlington where she taught
the past session.
Mi*. W. A. Pardue is making splen
did progress on the new residence of
Judge J. W. DeVore.
Misses Virginia Simkins and Ruth
Timmerman are here from Green
ville to spend a few days.
Misses Margaret and Fannie
Wright Hill of Augusta are here for
the Rives-Greneker wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Carroll Cogburn
and their children spent Sunday in
Edgefield with Mrs. Lizzie Cogburn.
Misses Alice, Grace and Lillian
Wilson of Greenwood fire visiting
their sister, Mrs. Walter H. Cantelou.
Mr. Hammond Carmichael of Kath
wood is among those who are here to
attend the Rives-Greneker wedding.
Mr. N. George Evans, Jr., is at
borne from Mercer University of Ma
con, Georgia, for the summer vaca
Mr. Ben Rainsford .of Greenwood
is among the visitors who have ar
rived for the Rives-Greneker wed
Miss Lillian Smith is being cor
dially welcomed home from her po
sition as teacher in the Logan school
Miss Esther Garretson cf Mobile,
Alabama, arrives in Edgefield today
from Washington to be the guest of
"Miss Florence Mims.
Miss Ruth Tompkins spent the
early part of the week in Greenwood.
Rev. G. W. M. Taylor motored to
A meeting of the Edgefield chap
ter, U. D. C., will be held Tuesday
afternoon next at 5 o'clock at the
home of Mrs. Helen S. Nicholson.
Mr. Willie G. McManus is agent for
a special automobile tire which he ad
vertises in this issue. Read what he
says of the merits of the tire he sells.
Mrs. W. W. Adams is spending a
fortnight with her mother in McCor
mick. Her sister from Texas is also
a visitor in the parental home at this
The Corner Store can help you
solve your hot weather problems.
Read the list of seasonable merchan
dise which Mr. Turner is offering this
Mrs. Mamie Seigler, her daughter,
Miss Inez Seigler, and granddaught
er, Miss Madeline Meredith of Au
gusta, spent the week end in Edge
field as guests of Mrs. S. M. Cheat
Misses Catherine Butler, Catherine
Thompson and Thomas Thompson re
turned to Southport Monday with
Miss Emma Thompson who has been
spending the past fortnight in Edge
Miss Katherine Earle who taught
several years in Edgefield and who
has been teaching the past session in
Manning with Miss Gladys Rives has
arrived for the Rives-Greneker wed
ding this evening. ,
Dr. and Mrs. E. P. Jones spent Sat
urday and Sunday in Edgefield with
friends. Dr. Jones was invited to
preach in the Baptist church Sunday
night but the heavy down pour of
rain prevented him from doing so.
Misses Helen Nicholson, Lillie Hol
ston, Elizabeth Rives, Gertrude
Thurmond, Hazelle Dorn and Euge
nia Brunsion arrived from Winthrop
college Friday. Miss Susan Adams
and Miss Fannie L. Carter arrived
from Winthrop today.
Coffee drinkers should be interest
;d in the advertisement of the Hug
gins Store in this issue. Several
rrades of coffee-one for every purse
ind every taste.
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Cogburn
dave rented from Miss Kellah Fair
the Brunson home in Buncombe
which was heretofore occupied by
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hickerson.
This evening at nine o'clock Miss
Gladys Rives and Mr. Thomas Ben
jamin Greneker will be married at
the Baptist church. Next week's is
sue of The Advertiser will contain a
full report of the wedding.
The Leesville Milling Company of
Leesville, S. C., makes an announce
ment to farmers who have wheat to
grind. Your patronage is solicited by
this reliable mill which has been serv
ing the people for many years.
Strom Thurmond, Raymond Folk
ind Eddie Talbert have arrived from
Clemson College for their summer
vacation. Eugene Timmons who is al
so attending Clemson accompanied
Strom Thurmond to Edgefield to
spent a few days.
Mr. Arthur M. Timmerman an
?ounces his candidacy this week for
.he position of magistrate o? the 6th
listrict of Edgefield county. Mi*. Tim
nerman resides almost in the center
)f the district and if elected will be
tble to easily serve every part of the
listrict. Mr. Timmerman pledges
limself to render faithful service if
The county Democratic executive
:ommittee met Monday and appoint
:d the enrollment committees for the
ilubs of. the county. The complete
ist is published in this issue. The
nembers of these committees should
ee to it that all voters in the coun
y, men and women, are enrolled for
he primary election which will be
leid this year on the 29th of August.
The Yonce Motor Sompany lists
m increasing number of orders for
Tord cars and if you contemplate
luying a car you had better file your
>rder at once. The demand for Ford
:ars steadily increases. In times of
inancial depression many people who
lave been driving heavy, expensive
ars are now using Fords instead,
iead what Mr. Yonce says about
''ord Sedans this week.
7amily Day at Baptist Sunday
Through the efforts of the superin
endent, Mr. J. H. Cantelou, and his
aithful co-workers, the exercises of
he Baptist Sunday school are made
lore attractive by a change of pro
:ram every Sunday. Last Sunday
hey had Family Day, the children
nd parents being seated together,
.'he classes assembled at their usual
laces for a short period and then all
athered again in the main audito
ium of the church where an appro
riate program was carried out.
i^irst, the heads of all families where
he entire family was present were re
uested to stand. Quite a number
tood in response to this request,
'hen Mr. Cantelou requested the
eads of families to stand where
tiree generations were present. Some
esponded to this request. Then he
ailed to the front the youngest mein
er of the Sunday school, Mattie Tim
?erman, the sweet little daughter of
Ir. and Mrs. B. E. Timerman. Next
e requested the oldest male mem
er, Mr. Orlando Sheppard, to stand
nd after giving expression to appro
riate words of greeting requested
Ir. Sheppard to have something to
ay. He responded in an appropriate
nd inspiring manner. Mr. Cantelou
ext turned to Mrs. Mary J. Norris,
rho is the oldest female member
f the Sunday school and greeted j rj
er in a tender and most cordial inan
er, referring also to the loyal and
aithful service of her lamented hus
and, Mr. A. J. Norris who for many
ears was superintendent of the
chool and a deacon of the church.
Ir. Cantelou requested Dr. E. P.
ones to make a short talk. The ex
rcises were interspersed by read
igs by Miss Florence Mims and Miss
lizabeth Lott. In conclusion Mr. Can
elou thanked the committees which
ibored with him so faithfully in con
ributing to the success of Family
)ay in the Sunday school. He an
ounced that attractive features
rould also be given next Sunday.
FOR SALE: One thoroughbred
oung Hereford bull entitled to reg
stration, weight about 800 or 900
ounds. Price $50.00.
W. J. LANHAM.
FOR SALE: One good mare mule
nd one top buggy. Apply to
BANK OF EDGEFIELD.
W. C. T. U. Holds Reception.
Mrs. E. J. Norris and Miss Eliza
Mims were hostesses on Monday af
ternoon for the Woman's Christian
In the receiving line were the new
members who had been received since
the last regular meeting, twenty
six having become members. Mrs.
Helen Nicholson was head of the win
ning team, having fifteen on her list,
Mrs. J. L. Mims next, with five -and
Mrs. W. L. D uno vant four.
Mrs. A. T. Allen conducted the de
votions and Mrs. Mims welcomed the
new members, as follows: Mrs. J. D.
Kemp, Mrs. J. W. Kemp, Mrs. Wal
lace Holston, Mrs. John Quarles, Mrs.
Ernest Quarles, Mrs. E. S. Strom,
Mrs. T. E. Lamb, Mrs. J. C. Shep
pard, Mrs. W. H. Sheppard. Mrs.
Birdie Davis, Mrs. C. H. Key, Miss
Nellie Paul, Mrs. Lenwood Johnson,
Mrs. W. L. Dunn, Mrs. W. W. Adams,
Jr., Mrs. A. T. Allen, Mrs. Cuttino
Mellichamp, Mrs. Clyde Jackson, Mrs
E. C. Asbell, Mrs. M. D. Lyon, Sr.,
Mrs. M. D. Lyon, Jr., Miss Sophie
Mims, Mrs. W. L. Dunovant, Jr., Mrs.
Madison Tucker, Mrs. M. H. Deal,
Mrs. W. E. B. Tompkins.
The report of the flower, mission
department for the year was made
Dy Mrs. N. M. Jones. Year books were
listributed to all new members. Visi
tors to the meeting were Mrs. Allen
ind Miss Allen and Mrs. Yettie All
stock of Saluda and Mrs. Strom of
Announcement was made that the
picnic would be held at the County
Home on Saturday the tenth of June,
it which time the unions from Edge
?eld, Trenton, Johnston, Harmony,
ind Philippi are invited to be pres
ent. There will be a religious ser
vice in the chapel and a picnic din
ier for all who come. There will be
in exercise by the Johnston Loyal
Temperance Legion under the super
vision of Mrs. James H. White.
Announcement was made that the
?V. C. T. U. would hold their next
neeting in the Baptist church at
vhich time some orator will be se
ared who will speak on Christian
Citizenship; The winning team in the
Membership team will arrange the
jrogramme and the two losing teams
viii solicit the audience.
The following program was given:
Hiss I^ois Minis gave great pleasure
n playing a violin solo with ac
?ompaniment by Miss Genevieve
Miss Margaret Courtney of Tren
:on who has recently distinguished
?erself in mathematics and scholar
ihip in the Trenton High School gave
t reading selection "In the Key of
3," and added to her reputation for
Miss Florence Mims, by request
fave a vocal solo, "Where the Four
.eafed Clover Grows."
Miss Susan Mathis who recently
^ave a piano recital and received a
nedal and certificate in music, and a
liploma in music from Trenton High
school rendered a solo with unusual
irilliancy. Later when the incident
vas told of her grandmother, Mrs.
ulia Moss, and what a popular mu
ician she was in her day and had
iven composed a march, one of the
;roup present requested Miss Mathis
o play this which she did very grace
Amreica was sung, which closed
he program, followed by a .social
lalf hour and the serving of block
ream and pound cake.
VAN-NIL never disappoints.
^o. 6 Coffee-24c. a pound
No. 7 Coffee-30c. a pound
No. 8 Coffee-38c. a pound
.'hese three coffees are ground.
?he No. 7 is ground extra fine, the
)ther two are just medium ground.
?est out your taste on ?
?hese three numbers.
fES INDEED! WE
IA VE JUST RECEIVED
ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF
ARS. DUKE'S MAYONNAISE
LND RELISH-35c. A JAR.
."he store that asks your trade is
AT THE DEPOT
\ S.-Bring us your eggs!
FOR SALE: A limited quantity of 1
Jatte's Prolific corn for seed at $2.00
E. J. MIMS.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Pake LAXATIVE BROk. 3 Quinine. It stops the
Cough and Headache and works oft the Cold.
Druggists refund money if it fails to cure.
E. W. GROVE'S si-nature on each box. Ssc
Unequaled in Value
Equipped with Electric Starting
and Lighting System, demount
able rims, extra rim and non
skid tires all around-the Ford
Sedan at $645 is the greatest
motor car value ever produced
-an enclosed car of comfort,
convenience and beauty. Reas
onably prompt delivery. Terms
YONCE MOTOR COMPANY
Edgefieid, S. C.
J. W. Reel, grocer and butcher,
Penn and Main Streets, Edgefield,
says: "My trouble was mostly with
my back. My kidneys were sore and
pains across my back bothered me
considerably. If I lay too long on
my back at night, my kidneys began
to ache and mornings I felt tired and
stiff. My kidneys were congested and
did not act freely enough. Knowing
of Doan's Kidney Pills, I used them
and they cured me. I am glad to say
I have not been troubled since."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills-the same
that Mr. Reel had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
FOR SALE: Several fine specimens
merry red registered Duroc Jersey
male hogs about six months old at
525, including pedigree. These hogs
ire sired by a worthy son of "Scis
sors" the fifty thousand dollar ani
mal, and from "Defender" and
'Pathfinder" dams. They are doubly
enhanced in value having been inoc
ilated against cholera. Address Tur
cey Creek Duroc Farm, Mrs. Mamie
dorris Tillman, Edgefield, S. C.
J. S. BYRD
Office Over Store of
Quartet & Timmerman
Office Phone No. 3
Residence Phone 87
Eyes scientifically examined and i
glasses properly fitted.
GEO. F. MIMS, I
Edgefield, S. C. -
Only One "BROMO QUININE**
lo get thc genuine, call for full name, LAXA.
riVE BROMO QUININE. Look for signature o?
E. W. GROVE. Cures a Cold in One Day. Stops
cough and headache, and forks off cold. 25c
Bible Thoughts for
GREAT POWER FROM GOD:
Behold, I give unto you power to
tread on serpents and scorpions,
and over all the power of the en
emy; and nothing shall by any
means hurt you.-Luke 10: 19.
A SURE GUIDE :-Commit thy
way unto the Lord; trust also In
him ; and he shall bring it to pass
Rest In the Lord, and walt pa
tiently for him.-Psalm 37: 5, 7.
THE FIRST AND THE LAST :
I am the first, and I am the last:
and besides me there is no God
... Is there a God besides me?
yea, there Is no God: I know not
any.-Isaiah 44: G, 8.
REAL PEACE:--Wisdom's ways
are ways of pleasantness, and all
her paths are peace. - Proverbs
GOD'S GOOD GIFTS: - The
Lord will give grace and glory: no
good thing will he withhold from
them that walk uprightly.-Psalm
THE OMNISCIENT GUIDE:
The steps of a good man are or
dered by the Lord.-Psalm 37 : 23.
NO MORE WAR:-Nation stall
not lift up sword against nation, .
neither shall they learn war any \
more.-Isaiah 2: 4. |
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To Prevent Blood Poisoning
ipply at once the wonderful old reliable DR,
?ORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HFALING OIL, a sur
rica! dressing: that relieves pain and heals at
he same time Not a liniment, 35c- &^iMs\a
ir. King's Kew Dncwsn
<IUC THE COUGH. OV^t THE LUNGS .
Genuinely good \f k VT
Quality V Ai3l '
Use Insyde Tyres
in your old casings and get
from three to five thousand
miles more service.
Gives double tire mileage*
Any tire, old or new, can be
used over and over again.
See me for prices and dem
WILLIE G. MCMANUS,
Edgefield, S. C.
Foundry, Machine, Boiler
Works and Mill Supply
Cotton Dil, Gin, Saw, Grist, Cane,
Shingle Mill, Machinery Supplies and
Repairs, Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers,
Grate Bars, Pumps, Pipe, Valves and
Fittings, Injectors, Belting, Packing
Hose, etc.( Cast every day.
GASOLINE AND KEROSENE,
Pumping, \wood Sawing and Feed
Grinding C utfitu