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JP Office No 61
Residence, No. 17
Wednesday, September 20.
?OCAL AND PERSONAL
? Miss Emma Thompson is here vis
iting her grandmother, Mrs.. Kate
Miss Mary Nicholson went to Co
lumbia Tuesday to entier the Colum
Mrs. J. C, Sheppard is in Green
ville visiting her sister, Mrs. James
Miss Hattie Lou Brunson will
teach the Long Cane school for the
1922-33 session. .
Mr. J. Carroll Cogburn spent Sun
day in Edgefield with his mother,
, Mrs. Lizzie Cogburn.
Raymond Folk left this morning
for Columbia to enter the South
Mrs. William M. Griffin of New
berry is here visiting her daughter,
Mrs. James 0. Sheppard.
Miss Lucy Sheppard has gone to
Washington, D. C., to be with her
father, Mr. W. W. Sheppard.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Boykin went
to their former home in LaGrange,
Ga., Thursday to visit relatives.
FOR RENT: Six-room residence
-on Jeter street, with or without ad
joining land. Apply to S. McG. Sim- .
Miss Elise Hudgens has accepted
a school in Aiken county and will
.leave next week for the opening of
Miss June Rainsford went to Win
throp college Wednesday, having ac
cepted the position as librarian for
Mr. Orlando Sheppard and Mrs. P.
P. Burns went to Aiken Sunday af
ternoon to attend the funeral of Mr.
C. K. Henderson.
True Mundy returned to the B.
M. I. lase Tuesday. He has made a
good record in that institution and
. will complete the course this session.
Next Saturday being the Jewish
New Year the stores of Mr. Abrom
Daitch, Mr. J. Rubenstein, Mr. Is
rael Mukashy and Mr. Jake Wynne
will be closed.
Miss Elizabeth Rives is in Atlanta
where she is being treated by a spe
cialist and will not be able to re
turn to Winthrop college until later
in the session.
Mrs. Walter R. McDonald of Au
gusta spent the week-end in Edge
field with her mother, Mrs. Agatha
A. Woodson, returning to Augusta
Mrs. Arthur Brunson has returned
from the hospital and her friends are
?greatly interested in her recovery.
iShe is still under the treatment and
advice of the hospital.
Frances Simkins left on Tuesday
for New York and Columbia Univer
sity where he has a Fellowship and
will soon be the recipient of his de
gree from the university.
Miss Annie Sue Broadwater is at
home for a month's vacation from her
school duties in Lancaster county.
She^will return some time in Octo
ber to re-open her school.
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Key came over
from Columbia Sunday. Mrs. Key re
turned Sunday night but Mr. Key
will spent two weeks here with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Key.
Mr. George W. Turner, magistrate
elect, will appoint Mr. R. D. Leon
ard as his constable when he enters
upon his duties about the first of
. January or early in the new year.
We call attention to the advertise
ment of Messrs. Hemstreet and Alex
ander, sporting goods dealers in Au
gusta in this issue. They also do first
?class repairing of. guns, safes, vault
Mr. Huggins announces this week
that he sells the same kind of corned
beef and cabbage that Jiggs is crazy
about, and besides these two staples
Ihe has scores of other good things to
-eat at popular prices.
FOR SALE: Big grain Abruzzi
rye, perfectly dry, in any quantity
at $1.50 per bushel f. o. b. Edgefield.
B. B. JONES.
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The Corner Store calls atten
this week to its beautiful linc
True Shape hosiery, oxfords, sti
and shoes. Mr. Turner sells the "I
cator" shoes, which are becon
more and more popular.
Mr. E. H. Folk, Jr., went
Brunswick, Ga., last week to ei
upon his duties as teacher of L?
in the high school of that city,
publish in this issue a very inter
ing letter from Mr. Folk.
The Mitchell& Cantelou Pharm
have an advertisement this week
which they solicit a share of y
prescription business. They cari:
large stock of fresh drugs from wi
all prescriptions are compounded.
If farmers had made everyth
else this year in proportion to
pea hay crop, new barns and new <
ton houses would have been need
Everywhere one goes favorable cc
ment upon the fine pea hay crop
Miss Bessie Dunovant left Thu
day for Williston to accept a pc
tion as teacher in the Willist
school. She attended the sumir
school at Winthrop in July in ore
to equip herself more thoroughly i
Misses Fannie Lee Carter, B
zelle Dorn, Lillie Holston, Hel
Nicholson, Gertrude Thurmond, Cc
rie Cheatham, Susan Adams ai
Eleanor Minis are the Edgefie
young ladies who are attending Wi
Miss Una Ryan, the daughter
Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Ryan, has accej
ed a position with the dry goods fir
of McEiwee and Gerald of Augus
and will be glad to have her Edgefie
friends to call at this popular sto:
when in the city.
Miss Katherine Mims and Miss Li
lian Smith went to Columbia Thur
day to take up their duties in tl
public schools of the city. Miss Kat",
erine will teach in the McMasti
school and Miss Lillian will teach i
the Logan school.
Tuesday of last week Misses Chr
tine and Estelle Cooper, daughte:
of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Cooper, r
turned to the Greenville Woman
College. This is Miss Christine's s
nior year and Miss Estelle's junie
year at G. W. C.
Mr. W. H. Griffis has return?
from Charlotte and Shelby to whic
cities he was accompanied last wee
by Mrs. T. G. Smith, Miss Luci:
Smith and Mrs. Griffis. Mrs. Smit
and Mrs. Griffis will remain in She
by for several weeks.
Happy is the farmer who will hai
vest enough corn this year "to d
him." On account, of the continue
rains in early spring and summei
many farmers who seldom fail t
produce an adequate supply of cor
have failed this year.
The Edgefield friends of Mr. Wal
ter R. McDonald of Augusta were de
lighted to learn that he was electei
railroad commissioner in the Georgi,
primary last week. The term is si:
years and carries an annual salar;
of 83,500 per annum.
Capt N. G. Evans was appoints
special judge Tuesday by Governo:
Harvey to hold court at Lexington
His selection for this responsibb
duty for the third time within th<
past few months is a decided com
pliment to Capt Evans.
Miss Lillian Hoffman, State Super
visor for Home Economics in Soutr
Carolina, was in Edgefield this weep
inspecting that department in thc
High School here. There are fifty-two
High Schools in South Carolina
which have this department of work.
Mr. W. B. Hughey of Columbia,
accompanied by his family, stopped
in Edgefield Friday while en route
to his old home in the northwestern
part of the county to attend a fam
ily reunion held on the 76th birth
day of his mother, Mrs. M. C. Hugh
The fall session of the court of
general sessions will convene on the
3rd Monday in October, with Hon.
W. H. Townsend of Columbia presid
ing. This will be Judge Townsend's
first official visit to Edgefield. The
petit jury will be drawn on the 29th
Elwyn Moore and Ralph Byrd re
turned to the Citadel yesterday. They
are both members of the senior
class and have made very fine rec
ords during the three past years at
the Citadel. They are delighted that
the session of 1922-23 opens in the
new quarters overlooking the Ashley
river somewhat as West Point over
looks the Hudson river.
Rev. A. T. Allen, Mr. Orlando
Sheppard and Mrs. J. L. Mims went
jto Columbia yesterday to attend a
conference on the 75-Million cam
paign. Mr. Sheppard went to Charles
ton from Columbia to attend the
opening of the session of 1922-23
in the new building.
We are pleased to see so large a
number of bright girls and boys from
I other communities attending the high
j school in Edgefield this session. Edge
field can always make room for am
bitious young people who are endeav
oring to educate themselves. We
trust that others will come.
j Mr. John Owen Smith who grad
uated from Wofford college in June
left Tuesday to enter Yale Univer
sity to take a theological course of
three years. He went by Wofford
college to be present at the opening
of the session. Six other Wofford
graduates will also attend Yale with
Mr. Earl H. Kernaghan arrived
Saturday from Waco, Texas, to visit
his mother, Mrs. Kate Kernaghan,
sister, Mrs. J. W. Stewart and broth
er, Mr. L. S. Kernaghan. He is in
Columbia today visiting his sister,
Mrs. J. Pope Matthews. Mr. Ker
naghan made the journey from Waco
in his- car.
A letter from Miss Emmie Lanham
states that she is very highly pleased
with her position in Alta Pass, has a
most desirable boarding place with
relatives of the famous Zeb Vance,
once governor of North Carolina and
United States senator from that state.
The climate is most delightful and
The friends of Willie Parks are
delighted that he is so well pleased
with Columbia and with the new shoe
firm for which he is working. He is
salesman for the Bright Shoe Com
pany which operates a chain of
stores in many of the large cities.
Willie assisted in opening up and ar
ranging the new stock.
The Yonce Motor Company an
nounces that while the Ford plants
are temporarily closed it is doing
business at the same old stand. Peo
ple are urged to have their repair
work done while they can get gen
uine Ford parts. If you contemplate
buying a Ford, you had better place
your order now. Mr. Yonce hopes to
receive a few more cars this month.
Robert Taylor left'Sunday after
noon for the Randolph-Macon ,pre
pai-atory school in Virginia which he
attended last session. W. A. Pardue, '
Jr., of Trenton went with him to en
ter that excellent school. Rev. G. W.
M. Taylor and Mr. W. A. Pardue ac
companied their sons, the journey be
ing made in Mr. Pardue's Studebaker
car. It was their purpose to reach
Lynchburg, Va., by Monday night in
I order to hear the Rev. Billy Sunday
who is conducting a meeting in that
Miss Reeves Entertained.
On Wednesday evening, Miss
Sara Reeves entertained at tea in
honor of Miss Eleanor Mims, who
left September 15 for Winthrop col
lege and Mr. Robert Ouzts, who leav
es in a few days for Emory college.
After a delightful supper, daintily
served, rook and games ?ere enjoy
ed until a late hour. Miss Reeves'
hospitality is always enjoyed but
September 13 will always linger in
the minds of those present as one of
the most delightful affairs ever giv
en. The congenial party was com
posed of Eleanor Mims, John Wells,
Elizabeth Lott, Robert Ouzts and Al
len Edwards. .
Revival Services at the Meth
Revival services at the Methodist
church will begin Sunday, Septem
ber 24th. The Gypsy Smith Gospel .
Team fro mAugusta will have charge
of the services on Sunday. As a re- ?
suit of the Gypsy Smith meeting in
Augusta last year Gospel teams were .
organized to assist in evangelical
work in Augusta and nearby places.
These teams have gone out to many
places and done helpful work in the
places they have visited. The team
coming to Edgefield next 1 Sunday ,
consists of four laymen. It is expect
ed that large crowds will be present
to hear the visiting brethren next
Rev. J. K. Walker of York, S. C.,
will come to Edgefield Monday, Sep
tember 25th and preach twice a day
during the week. Mir. Walker is a
gifted speaker and pastor of the
York Methodist church. Further an
nouncements relative to the meeting
will be made later.
Ford Plant Closed But
We Are Not
As per announcement made several weeks ago, all
Ford plants closed Friday night and will be closed in
definitely, but we are still doing business. Better have
your Ford car or truck repaired while you can get the
genuine Ford parts. When the present supply of parts
is exhausted you may have to use inferior imitations.
Better place your order for a Ford now and get in
line for delivery. We might get a few more cars this
YONCE MOTOR CO.
Thursday afternoon Buster Adams,
a colored man who has worked for
the past year at the saw mill of
Messrs. Byrd and Watson, was
drowned in Turkey creek near the
steel bridge on the Dixie Highway.
Soon after stopping wrok and while
still very warm Buster went in swim
ming in a deep hole and was drowned.
It is presumed that being over heat
ed the sudden change caused con
gestion. People should never plunge
in cold water while their bodies are
Mrs. Hill and Mrs- Tompkins
Entertain D. A. R.
The first D. A. R. meeting of the
season was held with Mrs. Susan B.
Hill and Mrs. W. C. Tompkins on
A ve%-y encouraging number of
members were present and the new
regent, Mrs. Hill presided. Two new
officers were elected, Mrs. A. A.
Woodson, recording secretary, and
Mrs. B. R. Jones, treasurer.
Committees were appointed by the
regent as follows: Finance, Mrs. B.
B. Jones, Mrs. Bettis Cantelou, Mrs.
Maner Law'ton, Mrs. P. P. Blalock,
Jr., and Mrs. J. D. Holstein, J.r
Records-Mrs. D. B. Hollings
worth, Mrs. A. A. Woodson, Mrs. J.
W. Peak. '
Committee to pass on papers
Mrs. J. W. Peak and Mrs. J. H. Can
Historical committee-Mrs. Mamie
NT. Tillman, Mrs. J. L. Mims, Mrs. B.
An interesting part of the program
was the story of Romance given by
Mrs. J. H. Cantelou. *
A committee was appointed to se
cure subscriptions to the D. A. R.
magazine, consisting of Mrs. Allen
Samuel, Mrs. F. M. Warren and Mrs.
J. H .Cantelou.
At the close of the program a
bountiful and greatly enjoyed salad
course with iced tea was served by
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