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fOffice No 61
Residence, No. 17
Wednesday, September 13.
?OCAL AND PERSONAL
Mr. John L. Holston of Augusta
spent Monday and Tuesday in Edge
Mrs. B. D. Ward of Charleston is
here visiting her mother, Mrs. Annie
Mr. J. K. Allen is attending the
United States court in Rock Hill this
week as a juror.
Miss Grace Wofford of Hartsville
spent several days in Edgefield last
week visiting friends.
Mr. John Schroder of Savannah
,\vas cordially greeted by his friends
in Edgefield Thursday.
Miss Jeannie Simkins left Monday
for Buffalo, Union county, to enter
?upon her duties as teacher.
Miss Margaret Hill of Augusta is
being very cordially welcomed as a
visitor in Edgefield this week.
Misses Sara and Catherine Bryan
of Greenville spent last week in
Edgefield visiting their sister, Mrs.
A. R. Nicholson.
The Parent-Teachers Association
will give a reception to the teachers
at the home of Mrs. L. P. Smith
Mrs. Ellen Strother and Miss Char
lotte Strother have returned from
Beaufort where they have been
spending the summer.
Mr. Robert Bee of Alcolu, S. C.
is here visiting his sisters, Misses
Minna and Annie Bee and Mr. W.
Mrs. T. G. Smith, Miss Lucile
Smith and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Grif
.fis are visiting relatives and friends
in Shelby, Gastonia and Charlotte.
Concordia Lodge, No. 50, A. F.
M., will meet in called communica
tion Friday night, September 15, at
eight o'clock for work in the second
With three elections being con
ducted yesterday, state, county and
municipal elections,, surely the peo
ple of Edgefield had their desire to
Miss Lucille Brunson, a daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Brunson of
the Antioch section, will teach the
Blocker school during the approach
Mr. John Hollingsworth of Charles
ton is here visiting his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. D. B. Hollingsworth. His
friends always extend to him the
Miss Fanny Sheppard and Master
George Edward Sheppard returned
this morning after spending several
weeks in Atlanta with Mr. and Mrs.
Orlando Sheppard, Jr.
Miss Ouida Pattison returned to
Anderson college yesterday to re
sume her duties as one of the music
teachers. She has made a splendid
record at Anderson college.
Married, Saturday morning, Sep
tember 9, by Rev. P. P. Blalock, at
the residence of the officiating minis
ter, Mr. C. B. Lanier and Miss Mary
L. Brown, both of Modoc.
Besides superintending the erec
tion of Mr. McLendon's new resi
dence, Mr. Heath will also superin
tend the building of a new home for
Mr. J. H. Mathis near Trenton.
Messrs. Lyon Brothers announce
the arrival of a new shipment of
Hood auto and truck tires. They can
supply any size of this celebrated
tire at very reasonable prices.
Miss Katherine Thompson and
Master Thomas Thompson arrived
yesterday from Southport, N. C., to
spend the fall and winter with their
grandmother, Mrs. Kate D. Butler.
Eighty-one votes were cast in the
election in Ward 5 yesterday, Mr.
Clyde Hamilton received 41 and Mr.
S. B. Nicholson received 40, Mr.
Hamilton being declared elected
Mr. Willie McManus left yesterday
for Greenville to matriculate in
Furman University. He graduated in
June from the Spartan Academy and
is well equipped for entering Fur
man. We expect to hear good reports
.from is work there.
The writer received a card fro
Mr. C. M. Mellichamp this mornir
stating that they arrived safely :
Louisville, Ky., and have secur?
comfortable quarters at 718 Mag
Reading the list of good things 1
eat in the advertisement of the Hui
gins Store is almost like passing
cafe at lunch time and inhaling tr
fumes of a well-cooked dinner. Rea
them this week.
Miss Emmie Lanham left Tuesda
night for Alta Pass, N. C., where sh
has been engaged as principal of th
school in which her sister, Miss Grac
Lanham, is teaching. The positio
carries a very lucrative salary.
Mr. Strom Thurmond returned t
Clemson last week to enter upon hi
senior course. He recently had th
honor bestowed upon him of bein
commissioned a first lieutenant i
the cadet corps.
Mr. Tom Salter, a son of Mr. an
Mrs. T. P. Salter, was taken sudden
ly ill Monday and was rushed to th
University hospital in Augusta wher
he underwent an operation for ap
pendicitis. We are pleased to repor
that he is doing very well.
The first meeting of the autumi
of the Parent-Teachers Associatioi
was held Thursday afternoon at th
school building. The attendance wa
large and much interest was mani
fested. Plans were laid for the worl
of,the school year 1922-23.
Mr. J. H. Courtney passed througl
Edgefield yesterday in his big nev
Studebaker car while en route ti
Greenville, being accompanied by hi
daughter, Miss Margaret Courtney
and Miss Cornelia Webb, both o;
whom go to enter the G. W. C.
Mr. D. B. McLendon has begui
the erection of an attractive bunga
low near his old residence near Edge
field on the Trenton-Edgefield road
Mr. W. S. G. Heath will superinteni
the erection of this modern res
dence, which assures a splendid job
The September meeting of th
Edgefield chapter, D. A. R., will bi
held at the home of Mrs. Susan B
Hill Tuesday afternoon, Septembe:
19th at 4:30 o'clock. A full attend
ance of the. members is urged a
delegates will be elected to the na
Miss Patti Major stopped over h
Edgefield for several days last wee]
as a guest in the home of Mr. an<
Mrs. M. C. Parker while en routi
from Beaufort to her home in Pick
ens county. She is always very cor
dially greeted by her Edgefieh
Mr. J. T. Crews of Laurens spen
several days lats week in Edgefielc
with his brother, Mr. E. H. Crews
He has many warm personal friend:
in Edgefield who always welcome hil
coming among us. It has been hi:
habit for several years to spend ?
portion of his summer vacation here
Mi*. Douglas Timmerman left yes
terday to enter upon his senioi
course at Furman university. Edge
field is very proud of this consecrat
ed young man and his every step ir
fitting himself for the ministry wi!
be watched with prayerful interest
He has made himself felt for good
in this county during his vacation
Everybody thought that Ford cars
had, for the money expended upon
them, about all the improvement that
could be made upon a car, but the
Yonce Motor Company calls atten
tion to some attractive new features
of the 1923 Model Fords. Mr. Yonce
has some of the new models in stock.
Better place your order for one of
these cars before they are all sold.
Mr. M. D. Lyon, Jr., manager of
the newly established Piggly Wiggly
?store in Johnston, spent a short time
in Edgefield this morning and stated
that Messrs Murphey & Company of
Augusta have decided not to open
one of their branch stores in Edge
field. It was announced a week ago
that this company would open a Pig
gly Wiggly store in the old post of
fice building. Mr. Lyon is greatly
pleased with his success in Johnston.
HEMSTITCHING AND picoting
attachment; fits any sewing machine,
easily adjusted. Price $2. Personal
check 10c extra. Marsh Brothers,
FOR RENT: Three furnished or
unfurnished rooms, with privilege of
living room and bath room.
Mrs. A. A. WOODSON.
Left For Seminary.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Mellichamp,
accompanied by their children, left
Thursday morning- for Louisville,
Ky., where Mr. Mellichamp will en
ter the Southern Baptist Theological
Seminary. Mrs. Mellichamp will also
take the training course provided for
women in the seminary. The pray
ers and good wishes of our people go
with Mr. and Mrs. Mellichamp. At
the prayer meeting at the Baptist
church Wednesday night Mr. Melli
champ gave expression to beautiful
parting words which made a pro
found impression upon all present.
Trenton's College Boys and
Trenton is sending an unusually
large number of boys and girls to
college this fall, the following having
left or will soon leave: W. A. Par
due, Jr., Randolph-Macon; Charlie
Day and Thames Jamison, Clemson;
James Herlong and Lewis Moss, Fur
man; Hugh Clarke, Citadel; Miss
Eva Duncan, Winthrop; Miss Susan
Mathis, Brenau: Miss Kathleen
Smith, Columbia College; Miss Cor
nelia Webb and Miss Margaret
Courtney, Greenville Woman's Col
Card of Thanks.
We take this means of thanking
our neighbors and friends for their
extreme kindness to us and to our
father, Mr. T. L. Miller, during his
late illness. We desire to thank es
pecially too, Dr. J. N. Crafton, our
family physician, who was so
thoughtful and attentive during fa
ther's long illness. We shall never
forget the kindness and thoughtful
attention of all our friends.
Colliers, S. C.
Spelling Bee by U. D. C.
Friday night, September 22, an
old fashioned spelling bee will be
held in the court house under the
auspices of the Edgefield chapter,
United Daughters of the Confeder
acy. Two spelling contests will be
arranged, one for the adults and an
other for the children, and prizes
will be offered in both contests for
sthe best speller. Bettenget out your
old Blue Back speller and your Web
ster's Unabridged and get some of
the rust off your mental faculties, if
you would win one of these valuable
prizes. There are some past masters
in Edgefield in spelling and the win
ner will have to be a tip-top speller
to carry off the honors of the occa
sion. Ice cream and cake will also be
served to refresh the spellers and
Mr. Carver Talbert and His
Wednesday afternoon, September
6, at six o'clock, Mr. Carver Talbert,
the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. T.
Garrett Talbert of Parksville, claim
ed Miss Willie Bradshaw, one of
Parksville's very charming young la
dies, as his bride, the ceremony being
performed at the home of the bride's
parents by Rev. Robert Roundtree.
The bride was attired in a hand
some traveling suit of brown, with
hat and other accessories to match.
Immediately after the ceremony
they motored to Edgefield to be
guests of relatives here, being ac
companied to Edgefield by Mr. and
Mrs. L. S. Kernaghan and little
Motte Kernaghan, Mr. and Mrs.
Leon Warren and Mr. William Par
er, all of whom attended the wed
ding from Edgefield.
Mr. and Mrs. Talbert were shower
ed with social attentions. Thursday
evening Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Kernag
han gave an elaborate luncheon at
the Dixie Highway Hotel in their
honor and Mrs.' Leon Warren also
entertained some friends very beau
tifully in their honor. From Edge
field Mr. and Mrs. Talbert motored
to Columbia, where they were also
showered with social atentions by
relatives and friends.
The Advertiser joins their host of
friends in extending to these very
popular young people sincere con
Painting and Stenciling.
Place cards, tally cards and invi
tations made of good quality of pa
per and decorated with simple cr
elaborate designs. Luncheon sets
stenciled in oils on best quality of
sanitas. All orders will be promptly
filled and appreciated. Write me for
SUSAN ADAMS, j
Edgefield, S. C. j
1923 Ford Model
Now on the Market
This model carries many improve
ments over the old ones, such as
one-man tops, ventilating" wind shield,
roomier seats, eta
But what is better still these im
proved cars are selling at the old low
We have these cars on hand. Get
yours quick before they are all gone.
FOR SALE: Pure, delicious honey.
Machine extracted which is the only
way to make it absolutely free from
bee bread, smoke or any other for
WARREN & CANTELOU.
J. S. BYRD
Office Over Store of
Quarles & Timmerman
Office Phone No. 3
Residence Phone 87
Eyes scientifically examined and j
glasses properly fitted.
My ginnery has
we are now read}
past know what ;
Bring us your cott
and you will have
We can furnish
Let us continu(
GEO. F. MIMS,
Edgefield, S. C.
We Can Give You Prompt Service
on Mill Work and Interior Finish
Large stock of Rough and Dressed Lumber on hand for
Woodward Lumber Co.
Corner Roberts and Dugas Sta., Augusta, Ga,
F FOR GINNING
been put in first-class condition, and
j to gin cotton for the farmers of
Those who have patronized us in the
an excellent sample our gins make.
;on, as we will be running every day
practically no wait.
bagging and ties, if you so desire.
price paid for cotton seed.
3 to serve you. Satisfaction guar