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Office No 61
Residence, No. 17
Wednesday, July 19.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Mrs. Mary Terry of Laurens is
visiting her sister, Mrs. E. G. Asbell.
'Capt. and Mrs. N. G. Evans were
among the visitors to Augusta on Fri
Miss Elizabeth Bussey of Augusta
was the guest of Signora De Fabritiis
Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Cantelou
are spending this week in Greenwood
Miss Ida Parkman was the guest
of her sister, Mrs. W. L. Bryan Sat
urday and Sunday.
Miss Susan Adams who has been
a student this year at Winthrop Col
lege, is visiting Mrs. J. L. Mims.
Misses Frances and Leo Burnett
of Greenwood are visiting their
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N.
Mr. and Mrs. Beattie Kemp are
visiting relatives in Elmwood, Cal
lison and other places while on their
The Baptist Sunday School Con
vention for Edgefield county is in
session at Gilgal today, Wednesday,
Miss Jennie Pope Timmerman of
Pleasant Lane visited her aunts, Mrs.
J. R. Timmerman and Miss Hortense
Padgett this week.
Mrs. D. D. Mc Coll and their at
tractive children of Bennettsville,
are guests of Mrs. McColl's parents,
Gov. and Mrs. J. C. Sheppard.
Little Miss Eleanor Dunovant,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Dun
ovant spent part of this week with
relatives and friends in Ridge Spring.
Mr. H. B. Salley, of Orangeburg
county has been elected as teacher
of agriculture for the High School
next term and comes highly recom
Five new members were received
in the Methodist Sunday school Sun
day morning. Two persons united
with the church, Mr. and Mrs. Thom
as J. Paul.
The Corner Store has cut the price
of French heel pumps and oxfords
very low. Call at this popular store
and see these attractive offerings.
You can save money.
The third Quarterly Conference
for the ensuing year will be held at
Trenton Methodist church Sunday,
July 30th, 4 p. m. Rev. J. R. T. Ma
jor of Columbia will preside.
LOST: Between Edgefield and
Ware Shoals, one Goodyear tire and
rim for Ford. If found please notify
Postmaster at Edgefield or C. F.
Bookshire, Beaufort, S. C.
Prof. P. P. Burns has arrived from
Birmingham to spend part of his va
cation with Mr. and Mrs. Orlando
'Sheppard in Edgefield, Mrs. Burns
having arrived some time ago.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Ouzts and
their two sons, William and Kenneth,
and Mr. John Coleman of Columbia
were visitors in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. N. Schenk on Friday and Sat
Mrs. R. C. Padgett has returned
from a visit of several weeks to rel
atives in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. She
was accompanied on her return by
Miss Lucile Payne, who will visit her
for some weeks.
If you want to get wide awake on
the whiskey question hear W. D. Up
shaw in the Methodist and Baptist
churches Sunday morning and night.
He will impart to you information,
courage and backbone.
Our young friend, Douglas Tim
merman made one of the best talks
we have heard in a long time at the
Baptist prayer meeting on Wednes
day evening last. His subject was
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Tompkins re
turned Sunday from a trip of several
weeks in New York City. They made
the journey by steamer from Savan
nah, being on the water three days
going and three days coming.
LADIES-Hemstitch and picot
for yourself and others. Attachment
its any make sewing machine. $2.00
postpaid. Mention kind of machine.
.McLean Co., Wilmington, Ohio. ?
In his reference this week to to
and barrels in his advertisement I
Frank Huggins is talking ab<
something good to eat and not
drink. Always good offerings of gc
things to eat at the Huggins Sto
The editor of The Advertiser is
bed wrestling with an attack of rh<
matism. He has received about
score of suggestions and remedi
but will be glad to have some mo
If you have anything efficacio
please send it at once.
Despite the heavy rain which f
yesterday afternoon, fifty worn
enrolled that they might be able
vote in the primary election. Ha
you signed your name in the cl
book yet? If not you have only fi
more days. Enroll today.
There are many of our people li
ing in Edgefield county who w
have no church services on Sund
morning. Get up some automob:
partie^ and come in to the Methodi
church on that morning and hear t
"Georgia Cyclone" on the enforc
ment of the prohibition laws.
Mr. H. G. Eidson of Johnston
offering in The Advertiser this wei
a new line of Diamond tires ai
tubes at very attractive prices. Fu
thermore, these low priced tubes ai
tires are warranted by Mr. Eidso
What more could you ask? See tl
attractive prices in this issue.
Mr. T. B. Lanham accompanied I
his daughter, Miss Ellie Miller Lai
ham and niece, Miss Mary Dorn nv
tored to Edgefield from Columbia c
Satuiday. Mrs. J. P. Nixon and Joh
Nixon, Jr., returned with them to n
main during the stay of Mr. Lanhai
at the Y. M. C. A. conference i
Leon C. Palmer, field agent of th
South Carolina Sunday School Ass<
ciation spoke Thursday evening i
the auditorium of the High School t
a small audience. His subject ws
"Hov to Prepare the Lessons." H
was introduced to the audience b
Rev. G. W. M. Taylor, and what h
said was entertaining and of pract
Everybody is invited to the Metr
odist church on Sunday morning an
the Baptist church on Sunday ever
ing to hear the 18th Amendment dis
cussed by a United States Congress
man from Georgia who has stoo
four square on this question an
fought, bled and lived for the grea
principles of temperance. Come, fror
every nook and corner of our tow;
and county and hear him.
The Woman's Missionary Unio:
will meet this year at Mt. Zion churc
the days being August 31 and Sep
tember 1st. A very interesting pro
gram is being arranged. Among vis
itors expected are Mrs. Eva Harris
Western Division President, Mrs
Azilee Wofford of Gaffney, Missioi
Study Superintendent for South Car
olina. Perhaps some of the young mis
sionaries whom Edgefield Associatioi
is interested in may be present. A
full program will be published soon
In its advertisement this week
the Tobacco Growers' Association is
sues a last call to tobacco growers tc
become members of the association
Through this association the systerr
of cooperative marketing is offeree
tobacco growers such as they can no1
get in any other way. Through the
association, tobacco growers are or
ganizing just as cotton growers are
for co-operative marketing. Cooper
ative marketing is the most scientific,
most business like, most profitable
way of marketing farm produce.
We direct the attention of our read
ers to the full page advertisement
of Mr. J. Rubenstein in this issue in
which he announces a continuance
of his summer clearing sale and he
also gives a list of great money-sav
ing bargains which he is offering.
This is a great opportunity to make
your ready cash supply the family
needs. Mr. Rubenstein's low prices
of seasonable merchandise mean a
great saving to those who spend their
money with him. He guarantees ev
ery article he sells to give satisfac
Mr. H. G. Eidson, the Ford deal
er of Johnston, urges in his adver
tisement this week the importance of
having an authorized Ford dealer
keep your Ford in good condition. He
also stresses the importance of using
genuine Ford parts for all repairs.
Mr. Eidson's service station makes a
number of examinatinos and adjust
ments without charge. He will also
exchange you a new car for your old
one and you can pay the difference
on the easy payment plan, which will
make it easy for you to own a new
iFord. Do not fail to call on him.
B. Y. P. U. Course.
P. J. McLean, Jr., son of Dr. P. J.
McLean of Aiken, conducted begin
ning with Sunday afternoon a course
in the B. Y. P. U. Senior Manual. The
study course lasted through three
lessons, Sunday afternoon, Monday
and Tuesday evenings, and was of
great profit and pleasure to the
young people of the organization.
Miss Margaret Madden, daughter,
of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Madden, and
Mr. Samuel Hammond of Columbia
were married in that city on Sunday
by Dr. Skinner, pastor of the First
Mr. Hammond is a successful
young business man of Columbia, be
ing connected with the Inter-State
Oil Company. Miss Madden is a
charming young lady of our town and
her many friends wish lier a long
and happy married life. Miss Mad
den was the Queen of the Palmafesta
from Edgefield county last fall.
W. D. Upshaw at Court House
On Monday evening at 8:30 Con
gressman W. D. Upshaw of Atlanta
will speak to an audience in the
Court House. Mr. Upshaw offers a
prize to anyone who goes to sleep
during this lecture. A small admission
will be charged. This will be an op
portunity for all the community to
get together, and help themselves
and show appreciation of Mr. Up
Clerk of Court Paul L. Cogburn,
has kindly lent the Court House for
Methodist Sunday School to
Last Sunday the Methodist Sunday
school voted to go on an all-day pic
nic, Thursday, July 27th at Salter's
Pond. The party will leave the Meth
odist church promptly at ten o'clock.
Transportation will be furnished all
who desire to go. Everybody, of
course is expected to bring a basket
full of good things to eat.
The following committees were ap
pointed to complete the arrange
J. H. Nicholson, chairman; W. C.
Jackson, M. W. Shive, J. G. Alford,
R. H. Nicholson, S. M. Smith, W. H.
G. W. M. Taylor, chairman; T. B.
Greneker, F. F. Rainsford, W. 0. Ta
tum, T. D. Barker.
J. W| Stewart, chairman; I. W.
Hume, J. T. McManus, D. L. Stal
Mrs. J. G. Edwards, chairman;
Mrs. L. P. Smith, Miss Emmie Cart
ledge, Mrs. Bertie Davis, Mrs. J. W.
Stewart, Mrs. Helen Nicholson, Mrs.
W. H. Jackson, Mrs. B. F. Jones.
L. S. Kernaghan, chairman; Mrs.
T. H. Rainsford, S. B. Nicholson, L.
P. Smith, R. C. Miller.
A TALK WITH AN EDGE
Mr. M. A. Taylor, coal dealer of Co
lumbia Street, Tells His Experience.
There is nothing like a talk with
one of our own citizens for giving
hope and encouragement to the anx
ious sufferer from the dread kidney
disease. We, therefore, give here an
interview with an Edgefield man:
''I have found Doan's Kidney Pills
to be very reliable as a kidney reme
edy," says Mr. Taylor. "They quickly
rid me of any kidney disorder and
prevented more serious trouble. They
have been the means of flushing out
my kidneys and keeping them in a
healthy condition. I have never had
much trouble in this respect be
cause I have always resorted to
Doan's Kidney Pills before it had
gone very far." I gladly endorse
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy-get
Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that
Mr. Taylor had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
The Epworth League will hold its
regular meeting Sunday night at
7:30 o'clock instead of 8:30 on ac
count of the lecture by Mr. Upshaw
mind the change of the hour and
come on time.
Concordia Lodge No. 50, A. F. M.,
will meet in called communication,
Friday, July 21st at half past eight,
for work in the first degree.
W. A. COLLETT, W. M.
J. O. SHEPPARD, Sec.
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THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Change in Conditions
TWENTY-FIVE years ago Henry Ford could not
borrow train fare to attend Auto races. He then
thought for himself; made his own machine and gave
them all a run for their money. Won't you do your v
own thinking? Use genuine Ford parts if you wish to
get real satisfaction. Our mechanics are skilled in the
use of genuine Ford parts. Don't flirt with the just as
"good idea." When ready to re-tire stop at our Fisk
I sign. Meet our special red top and rest over them.
Your tire joy will be great. Ask any red top user. See
us for Truck sizes, solid or pneumatic.
Bring us your battery troubles. We re-charge, re
pair; also, have a new battery for you. We have free
battery water. Our curb service is ready for you-gas,
oil, free air. You will find our place a good place to
rest. You are welcome. We have a few bargains in
second-hand Fords. See them quick.
J FORDSON] /. I TRUCKS \
Yonce Motor Company
I j ROADSTERS] EDGEf IELD, ?. C. | TOURINGS \
B. Y. P. U. Forces to Meet in
Columbia, S. C., July 18.->Only
two weeks from next Sunday young
people by the hundreds, representing
the B. Y. P. U. forces of the state
will meet in Greenville for their 26th
annual convention. Secretary J. L.
Baggott at the Baptist Headquarters
in Columbia, who is directing the pre
liminaries is receiving enthusiastic
letters in regard to attendance. One
railroad official reports plans by
young people in Charleston to run a
special train, and the pastor of one
church is devising a scheme for his
young folks to hike through the
country for over a hundrtJ miles to
A great program will be offered to
those present, and Dr. John E. White,
Dr. Z. T. Cody, Secretary C. S. Leav
ell, Dr. R. G. Lee, Dr. C. E. Burts,
J. L. Corzine, H. L. Strickland and
H. V. Hamilton are among the well
known names appearing on the pro
gram. The meeting will extend from
July 30 to August 2, meeting in con
nection with the Baptist Assembly on
the campus of Furman University.
J. O. U. A. M. District Meeting
The Distrist meeting of the Ju
nior Order United American Me
chanics was held with Aiken Council
last Saturday night. About 90 mem
bers of the popular order were pres
ent to hear the noted speakers in at
tendance. Hon. James 0. Sheppard
of Edgefield, Hon. James F. Byrnes,
Hon. Dave W. Gaston, Jr., and Hon.
C. T. Burnette made edifying talks
on American principles and State
Rights. Mayor Gaston made the ad
dress of welcome which was most
heartily delivered, and Hon. James
0. Sheppard of Edgefield gave the
cordial response. Hon. G. L. Toole
was elected District Deputy from
Aiken Council, and the next meeting
will be held on the 2nd Saturday in
October with Graniteville Council.
A much enjoyed light luncheon was
served after the meeting.-Journal
Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly
The Old Standard general strengthening tonic.
GROVE'S 'TASTELESS chill TONIC, drives ont
Ualaria.enriches the blood,and builds up the sys*
toa, ? true tonic. For ?doits and children. Mr
In Loving Remembrance of
Little Ruby Hudson.
Our precious little Ruby, we miss
you so; if God would call us we would
gladly go; we cannot see you but we
know that you are here for we feel
thy little angel spirit hovering near,
and see thy out-stretched arms and
hear thy sweet little voice tenderly
calling us to come and with you re
We know that Heavenly Home is
beautiful and that you are happy
there. We would not 'take you back in
this world of care. We know that you
still love .us more tenderly than be
fore, but darling, our hearts are
bleeding with the love that must over
flow. But it won't be long, Ruby, till
God will call us home, and there will
be no more pain or sorrow, but joy
that we have never known.
Home here will never seem like
home any more without you, Ruby,
for we can never hear your little
footsteps or ever see your face again.
But when our work here is finished
and we cross the n?rrow sea, we will
meet our little angel, and oh, how
happy we will be.
Her devoted aunt,
Union Meeting First Division.
The union meeting of the First Di
vision of the Edgefield Baptist Asso
ciation will convene with the church
at Gilgal, Juyl 30th, 1922.
11:00 a. m. Devotional services by
11:30 Roll call of the churches and
reports from the delegates.
12:00 Sermon by Rev. A. T. Allen.
' Adjourn for dinner.
Afternoon discussion of subjects:
1st. What organization is more re
sponsible than any other for the
morals of the people of this age?
J. H. Cantelou, R. T. Strom.
2nd What benefits are to be ex
pected from holding sessions of our
Union Meetings?-Rev. C. G. Wells, "
J. N. Griffis.
P. B. LANHAM,
Suras Old Sons, Other Remedias Won't Cm.
Th? worst cases, no matter of how loner standing,
are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr 1i
Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieve; !J
fain and Heals at the samt time. 25-.:,50c.$i& .
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Ouzts spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. M. P.
Mr. J. M. Johnson visited Master
J. T. McDowell Sunday.
Mrs. Jerry Robertson had as her
guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Hair, Mr. Lewis Wood, Miss Gell
Wood, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. McDowell
and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hair, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Chappell were
callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Johnson Sunday afternoon.
Messrs Wyatt McDowell, J. B.
Chappell, Luther Ouzts, Milton and
Reggie Johnson motored to Ninety
Mrs. W. P. Hair visited her
daughter, Mrs. John Seigler Friday.
Mrs. Henry Hair, Jry and little
Elizabeth spent the week with her
sister, Mrs. Jerry Robertson.
Mrs. Clifton Timmerman, Marvin,
Rebecca and Louise motored to Nine
ty Six Saturday last.
Mrs. Jim Hamilton was hurt by
having an automobile turn over with
her Sunday. Hope it will not be se
An Empty Keg
A Full Barrel
At Huggins' Store tell the story of the
Goodness of Heina Vinegar.
Be sure to get
Heinz best vinegar-a quart 15c.
And then these specials
)0c. Lunch Tongue 29c.
36c. Lunch Tongue 20c.
Certo for" jelly making 29c
Maple Syrup a bottle 49c.
Corn beef hash a tin 07c.
Lemon Skin Soap a cake 05c.
Solden Dent, "candy corn" a cup full lc.
And this week it is
AT THE DEPOT
P. S.-Big lc. ball Biickers for the