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J. L. MIMS,.Editor.
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 cummunications will be pub
lished unless accompanied by the
Card of Thanks, Obituaries, Res
olutions and Political Notices pub
lished at advertising rates.
Wednesday, July 26.
Warrant Issued and Served.
Actuated by the belief that the law
should be allowed to take its course
in such cases, Miss Evelyn Edmunds,
a daughter cf Mr. A. A. Edmunds,
appeared before Magistrate J. B.
Tompkins Saturday and had a war
rant issued for Sheriff W. R. Swear
ingen, charging him with assault up
on, her father on Saturday, July 15,
?with intent to kill. The warrant was
issued end served by Judge Tomp
3dns, who fixed the bond at the sum
of $500 for Mr. Swearingen's eppear
ance at the October term of court
of general sessions.
Club Books Closed.
The time fixed in the rules of the
party for the enrollment of voters
for the primary election closed last
night, the last Tuesday in July. Just
what the enrollment has been in the
county is purely a matter of conjec
ture at this time. Possibly the rela
tive number of the two clubs here at
Edgefield, 1920 vote in the primary
compared with the 1922 enrollment,
may serve jto give some idea as to the
enrollment in the county. In the pri
mary of 1920 Edgefield Club No. 1
cast 179 votes and the enrollment
this year is 325. The number of votes
- cast in Edgefield Club No. 2 in 1920
was 169 and the enrollment this year
is 255, the totals of the two clubs be
ing 348 two years ago against an en
rollment this year of 580, which is
about 70 per cent more, but of course
not all who registered will vote.
Transferred to Penitentiary
The negro woman, Annie Quiller,
about whom the unfortunate diffi
culty between Sheriff W. R. Swear
ingen and County Supervisor A. A.
Edmunds occurred about ten days
ago, and which would have been re
ported in The Advertiser last week
had not the editor been sick in bed,
will be transferred from the jail to
the penitentiary today. The woman
was convicted of manslaughter at
the March term of court and was sen
tenced to a term of two years in the
penitentiary or for a like period in
the county jail. Since March she has
been in jail and her board has been
costing the county about $16 per
month. Supervisor desired to save
the county this expense is why he
contended that she be transferred to
the penitentiary. The attorney gen
eral, the superintendent of the peni
tentiary and the county attorney
have advised that the matter should
be decided by the supervisor, and
acting upon this advice Mr. Edmunds
will have her sent to Columbia today.
Must Decline to Publish.
The Advertiser has received this
week for publication a well written
article urging the election of a cer
tain one of the five candidates for
the house of representatives. It is
-contrary to the policy of The Adver
tiser to permit a correspondent to
.either favorably present or adverse
ly criticize any candidate for office.
We believe in equal rights to all can
didates and special privileges to
none. Therefore we have declined to
?publish the article in the news col
umns. It can only appear in The Ad
vertiser as a political advertisement
and the other candidates then would
have the same privilege, none of them
ieing placed at a disadvantage. The
candidate whose cause was espoused
in the article is a good man, being
highly esteemed by the people who
know him, but we can not permit any
-candidate to be singled out and
'"boosted." We rather admire the loy
alty and enthusiasm of our corres
pondent for his friend, but must de
cline to depart from our policy of
twenty years' standing.
FOR SALE: Burr Clover Seed,
screened once, free of noxious weeds
or grass, 7%c per pound. Come and
see the effects of Burr Clover on my
W. L. DUNOVANT, JR.
Edgefield, S. C.
Buy a FORD and bank the
. ' Trenton News.
The K. K. club met with Miss Ruth
Salter Wednesday morning, July 26,
at ten o'clock.
Mrs. E. F. Harrison is at home
from a visit to relatives in Columbia.
Miss Ruth Salter who has been at
tending summer school at Furman
university has returned home.
Mr. William Wise who has been
spending his vacation in the moun
tains of North Carolina, has returned
Miss Susan Mathis is at home
from a visit to friends in Columbia.
Messrs. H. M. Herlong and B. J.
Harrison have returned from a trip
Mrs. B. B. Hare and children of
Saluda have been guests of Mrs. F.
Mr. Eugene Delinger of Columbia
has been visiting Mr. Thames Jami
Miss Agnes Long is visiting friends
Miss Douglas of Chesterfield is the
attractive guest of Miss Ruth Salter.
Mr. Henry Salter of Columbia
spent the week-end with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Salter.
Miss Fannie Harrison has accepted
a position in Columbia.
Meeting Street News.
v On Friday last a lovely day was
spent on Stevens creek, where a num
ber of relatives gathered for a pic
nic. The ladies carried well filled bas
kets and made hot coffee, and hash
was furnished by Mr. J. C. Allen. A
happy day was spent. Those present
were Mrs. Mary Ashley, Mrs. Walter
Allen and Mr. Osborne Allen of Fruit
Hill, Mrs. W. S. Logue, Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Logue, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Cog
burn, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Lyon, Jr.,
J. F.-Payne and G. R. Logue of Meet
ing Street and Miss Effie Allen Lott
of Edgefield, and a number of chil
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Allen and
children of Fruit Hill visited Mr. J.
C. Allen Wednesday last.
Mr. Rufus Johnson of Kirksey was
a visitor in this section last week.
Mrs. J. E. Bryan and children spent
Monday with Mrs. H. A. Cogburn.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Logue visited
Mrs. Logue's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Steadman of the Fruit Hill sec
Mrs. J. R. Blocker and little
daughters, Elizabeth and Josie spent
one day last week with Mrs. Margaret
Mr. Hosea Gregory was a visitor
in this community last week.
Mrs. Mary Ashley of Fruit Hill,
and her charming visitor, Miss Effie
Allen Lott of Edgefield, visited in
the home of Mrs. J. F. Logue one
day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hall and Mr.
and Mrs. C. T. Hill visited Mr. and
Mrs. H. A. Cogburn last Sunday.
Mr. W. M. Ransom of Waycross
was a visitor in this section last Mon
Mr. W. S. Logue visited Mr. J. H.
Cogburn of Pleasant Lane Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Owdom visited
Mr. .and Mrs. W. S. Logue last Sun
Union Meeting Third Division.
The union meeting of the third di
vision will meet with the Red Oak
Grove church July 29th and 30th at
Devotional by Moderator at 11:30.
Roll call and reports from the
1st Query. Are we witnessing for
Christ?^!. C. Harvley, G. W. Bus
2nd Query. Can we live an easy
Christian life?-J. G. McKie, J. M.
1:00, Adjournment for dinner.
3rd Query. How can intemperance
be overthrown?-0. O. Timmerman,
Dr. W. G. Blackwell.
4th Query. Why personal work by
the members of the churches is need
ed in addition to preaching.-Rev.
Ed Seago, Will Agnew.
Sunday school in regular order.
11:00 o'clock, Missionary sermon
by Rev. Ed Seago.
12:30, Adjournment for dinner.
5th Query. Is our Sunday school
work progressing?-S. T. Adams.
6th Query. How can we improve
the union meetings?-John Hughey.
H. E. BUNCH,
Mr. Cogburn Withdraws.
As circumstances Tnake it neces
sray for me to move from Edgefield
to the Berea section to reside, I am
forced to withdraw from the race for
magistrate of the 1st district. I de
sire to thank my friends in and
around Edgefield for their expres
sions of confidence in me for their
promises of their support had I con
tinued in the race.
J. H. COGBURN.
Miss Maude Holmes is able to be
ap again after an attack of appendi
Mrs. J. M. Derrick and Mrs. A. B.
Franklin visited Mrs. L. A. McGee
Mrs. Perry Salter is critically ill
at this writing.
Mr. L. A. McGee and his son, mo
tored to Augusta Friday on a business
Miss Maggie Mae Satcher of John
ston is spending her vacation with
her mother, Mrs. J. i?. Franklin.
Miss Nora McGee who has been on
the sick list for several weeks is
The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
King Franklin was carried to the hos- i
pital in Augusta Tuesday to have
her tonsils removed.
The people of this section have
found that canteloupes are very prof
Mrs. R. L. Williams visited her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. McGee, Fri
Miss Montine Pardue has accept
ed apposition in Augusta, Ga.
The revival meeting began Sunday
at Philippi church with Rev. J. A.
Martin helping the regular pastor,
Rev. G. M. Sexton. There will be a
service at ll o'clock in the morning
at ll o'clock and in the afternoon at
Mr. Cecil Scott has accepted a po
sition in Wilmington, N. C., also Mr.
Fred Derrick has accepted a position
Miss Lorane Martin of Granite
ville is spending a few days with Miss
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. W atson, Miss
Nelle Aterberry, Mr Walter Couch
and Mr.Bonds of Graniteville visited
in the home of Mrs. Watson's pa
rents, Mr. and Mr.s L. A. McGee on
The death of Mrs. Margaret Clax
ton, widow of Mr. Lewis Claxton, oc
curred last Tuesday evening at 9
o'clock, being a shock to her many
friends and acquaintances, although
she had been in a serious condition
for almost a year. Mrs. Claxton was
a woman of fine Christian character,
and a consistent member of Philippi
Baptist church. She is survived by
one brother and one sister and sev
eral children. Funeral services were
conducted by Rev. W. S. Brooke, at
Philippi church Thursdjay morning
at ll o'clock.
Father of Mrs. T. B. Lanham
William Reasor, of Sturgis, Ky.,
father of Mrs. T. B. Lanham, who has
made his home with his daughter and
son-in-law for about three years,
died at the Lanham residence, 720
Holly street, at 1:30 o'clock this
morning. Mr. Reasor was nearly 82
years of age, was taken suddenly ill
about ll o'clock yesterday morning.
Funeral services will be held at the
residence at 6:30 this afternoon, con
ducted by the Rev. T. Claggett Skin
ner, D. D., pastor of the First Bap
tist church, and interment will be in
Mr. Reasor, a Confederate veter
an, was a merchant of Sturgis, Ky.,
until he retired a few years ago. His
wife preceded him to the grave by a
number of years. Surviving are four
children: William Reasor of St.
Louis, C. H. Reasor, of Columbus,
Ohio, George Reasor of Texas and
Mr. Reasor was for many years a
member of the Baptist church.
While well near his three score and
ten years when he moved to Colum
bia, nevertheless Mr. Reasor had
made a number of friends in his
adopted home and they, along with
the friends of Mr. and Mrs. Lanham
will join in mourning his death.
Fix Assessments for Cherokee
Gaffney, July 20.-The county
Democratic executive committee met
yesterday and fixed the assessments
of the candidates for the various of
fices as follows: Sheriff, $30; probate
judge, $20; supervisor, $20; county
commissioner, $5; auditor, $20; su
perintendent of education, $20; clerk
of court, $30; treasurer, $20; legisla
ture, $10; senate, $10; coroner, $5;
magistrate west of Frederick street,
Gaffney, $10; and all other candida
tes for magistrate $5.
The committee also fixed the itin
erary for the campaign meetings de
signing 12 places for speaking with
the last meeting at Gaffney on Au
Eyes scientifically examined and
glasses properly fitted.
GEO. F. MIMS,
. 1_/ Edgefield, S. C.
A large shipm
are here to greei
Collar and eui
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Home of Mrs. Carroll Burned.
McCormick, July 21.-The hand
some residence of Mrs. M. L. Carroll
here was destroyed by fire early this
morning. The origin of the fire is un
knows, but ome of the occupants of
the home heard some one in the kitch
en about one o'clock z 1 when the
fire was first discover?, out one
hour later the kitchen v n flames.
At the time of the ( arroll
had visiting her, her u ,? Mrs.
Paul Thompson, of Greeaviut, Tex
as, and Mrs. W. W. Adams, of Edge
field, and her son, Floyd Carroll of
Augusta. The residence was a large
two story home, which was built just
20 years -ago of very good lumber
and the residence has been used for
some years as a boarding house, be
ing located just one block from the
depot and just across the street from
I the People's Bank which was practi
cally destroyed by fire two months
McCormick is without waterworks
and had there been water the build
ing could easily have been saved af
ter the fire was discovered, but the
large number of people who respond
ed to the alarm could do nothing
more than remove a few goods and
sit with folded hands and see the
building" go up in flames. The loss is
?estimated to be approximately $30,
000, which is only partially covered
I by insurance.
Notice to County Executive
The County Executive Committee
will meet at Edgefield, S. C. on first
Monday in August, 7th day thereof,
1922, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the fol
1. To examine the rolls, at which
time any person may complain of er
2. To designate a polling place for
each club in its own club district and
appoint the managers and clerks
three managers and one clerk for
each voting place.
3. For attending to all other mat
ters that may be necessary.
Full attendance urged.
J. H. CANTELOU,
Edgefield, S. C.,
July 24th, 1922.
Official List of Campaign
First meeting at Johnston on Sat
urday, July 29th, at 10 o'clock, a. m
Second meeting at Cooper school
?house, Thursday, August 3rd at 10
o'clock, a. m.
Third meeting at Collier school
house, Saturday, August 5th at 10
oiclock a. m.
Fourth meeting at Antioch school
[house, Saturday, August 12th, at 10
Fifth meeting place at McKendrfe,
Saturday, August 19th, at 10 o'clock
Sixth meeting place at Edgefield,
Tuesday, August, 22nd, at 10 o'clock
J. H. CANTELOU,
Edgefield, S. C.
July 24th, 1922..
Notice is hereby given that Certifi
cate of Deposit Np. 92 issued by the
Bank of Western Carolina of John
ston, S. C., dated, July 26, 1919, for
the sum of $1,500, for 12 months and
bearing interest at the rate of five
per cent, has been lost and applica
tion will be made by me for a new
certificate upon the expiration of le
. W. C. LaGRONE.
Johnston, S. C." '
ent of the Double IV
? sets are going f asi
hite Embroidery Tl
uch is back again,
lile we have a big si
Your Own Lips
If you'll only smack them over
MRS. DUKE'S HOME-MADE
RELISH AND MAYNNAISE.
Prices is no object when such a product
is in question, but we will remind you
that it is only 35c.
Yorkshire table salt, a box 5c.
Ice cream salt, a pound 02c.
Sliced pineapple, a can 20c.
Grated pineapple, a can 17fcc.
One pound Lunch Tongue 29c.
Three-fourth pound Lunch Tongue 20c.
AT THE DEPOT .
P. S.-Claussen's bread is the best
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Primary department for day pupils.
For' catalogue and further, informa
tion apply to the college.
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J. R. Blake, Greenwood, S. C.
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J Fraser Lyon, Columbia, S. C.
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Six Per Cent Loans.
I hereby announce to the farmers
of Edgefild County that I am now
prepared as the Attorney for The
First Carolinas Joint Stock Land
Bank of Columbia, S. C.;, to file ap
plications for loans at 6 per cent
straight. No commissions, no stock
taken by borrower, loans promptly
made, and easy terms. Don't confuse
this bartk with The Federal Land
J. H. CANTELOU,
Edgefield, S. C.,
July ll, 1922.