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Office No 61
Residence, No. 17
Wednesday, October 4.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
The petit jury for the first week
of court is published ni this issue
Mrs. JJ. T. May and the children
axe visiting the home folks at Ora,
Mrs. M. H. Fuller of Hon ea Path
spent the week-end here with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J T. McManus.
The Edgefield chapter U. D. C.,
will meet Tuesday afternoon at four
o'clock at the home of Mrs. H. A.
Mr. Oliver Dobson and Mr. Manly
Dobson spent Saturday and Sunday
-with their mother, Mrs. Emma N.
Miss Anna Mae Scurry came up
from Aiken and spent Sunday here
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mays, Mr. Wal
ter Mays and Miss Sheron of Aiken
?were welcome visitors in Edgefield
Mr. William Thurmond, Jr., came
home from his studies at the Uni
versity of South Carolina for the
Mrs. Berta Hill of Augusta spent
iseveral days last week with Mrs.
David Strother, returning to her
home on Sunday.
Mrs. T. L. Nicholson and little
Nellie Braxton Nicholson arrived
from Chicago Sunday night. They
were met in Columbia by Mr. B. B.
Mr. J. B. Kennerly came home for
the week-end and left Monday for
Charleston, Mrs. Kennerly taking
him as far as Aiken in their Stude
Mrs. Andrew Covar and their two
little sons are here from Abbeville
spending two weeks with Mrs. Co
Tar's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. H.
Mr. J. T. Mims, Jr., of Eastland,
Texas, arrived Saturday to spend
some time here with the home folk.
He has been very cordially greeted
by his friends.
Major R. S. Anderson has arrived
from Washington to spend the interim
between the sessions of congress here
at home. He is always very cordially
greeted by his friends.
The Philharmonic Music Club will
meet next Wednesday afternoon at
four o'clock at the home of Miss
Gladys Padgett and all members are
requested to be present.
Mr. Joseph Johns of Mobile is here
visiting his aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth
Cobb. Mr. Johns has the honor of be
ing assistant United States district
attorney of his district.
Miss Fanine Harris who completed
the 10th grade in the Edgefield high
school in 1920 is now taking the 11th
grade here, realizing the excellent
advantages that are offered.
Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Rubenstein
motored from Augusta in their new
lEssex and spent Sunday in Edgefield
visiting Mrs. Rube.istein's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Prescott.
Master William Cogburn, the sec
ond son of Mrs. Lillie Cogburn, is
attending the Edgefield high school
again this session, making his home
vr?th Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kennerly.
Dr. B. F. Jones was in Columbia
Wednesday and attended a sale of
about 175 horses and mules, some of
tlie mules bringing as high as $250
per head. That sounds like the good
o!td times are near at hand again.
The Advertiser wafts affectionate
greetings .to the little son of Mr. and
Mrs. G. N. Ennett who was born
Saturday in Richmond. The little
gentleman will receive a royal wel
come on his first visit to Edgefield.
Hon. James 0. Sheppard is draft
ing a bill to introduce in the next
cession of the legislature to provide
for the State's furnishing boll weevil '.
poisoning material to farmers at 1
cost. He went to Clemson Friday to !
confer with Dr. Riggs and others
there about the matter. Such a pro
vision would save farmers many
thousands of dollars. Mr. Sheppard '
is to be commended for his interest (
And alertness in this matter.
When you are in doubt as to wh
to get for your table to please tl
"lord of .creation" in the home lo?
up the advertisement of Mr. Hu
gins Store. He always has somethii
nice to offer at an attractive prie
The Advertiser very cheerful
gives space to Mr. W. G. Ou?ts ai
to Mr. M. A. Watson this week
make statements in reply to our ec
torial of last week. These statemen
are published on the second page i
Mr. E. L. Strom of the Mounts
Creek section is serving Mr. R
benstein as salesman and he will 1
pleased to have his friends call. M
Strom is an experienced salesnu
and Mr. Rubenstein has made a goc
Dr. Eustice Prescott was a we
come visitor in Edgefield Friday, ha
ing come home early last week aft<
being on naval duty in Hayti for 2
months. This week he will go 1
Washington, D. C., for duty at ti
A progressive store in Collie]
community, Holland's. Grocery, give
an attractive list cf prices in its ai
vertisement in our columns thi
week. Read of the list of staple ai
tides and you will find many of th
prices surprisingly low.
The Antioch school opened Moi
day, the force of teachers consistin
of Miss Jennie Pattison, Miss Lucil
Reel and Miss Grace Holcombe. Mis
Pattison ,and Miss Reel taught in thi
school last session and their service
gave entire satisfaction.
The regular preaching service wi
be held at the Baptist church Sunda
morning at 11:30 and at night a
eight o'clock there will be a prograi
rendered by the Sunbeams under th
leadership of Miss Gladys Lyoi
Everybody is cordially invit?d.
Mrs. J. S. Byrd went to Columbi
Sunday for a visit to her parents, Mi
and Mrs. John Fitzmaurice, and t
attend the marriage of her sistei
Miss Katherine Fitzmaurice, whic
occurred yesterday. Dr. Byrd wen
over to Columbia yesterday morning
At a recent meeting the boar
of public works reduced the price o
electric light service from 15 to 12^
cents per K. W. hour. The board ha
effected a satisfactory arrangemen
with Mr. M. W. Shive for supplyin,
shavings from his planer for fuel fo
a period of three years.
Mrs. B. P. Bryan stopped over i:
Edgefield Wednesday upon her retun
from Augusta where she had been t>
visit her sister, Mrs. Fannie Perry
who had been quite sick. For a num
ber of years Mrs. Perry har? ha<
charge of the Travelers' Aid worl
at the union station in Augusta.
Mr. Clyde Hamilton Jdft thi!
morning for Washington, D. C., ii
an automobile, the trip being mad?
in order to deliver a car in Washing
ton. He expects to make the entin
trip of something like 600 miles ir
two days and a half. It appears nov
that he will have good weather foi
the entire trip.
.Capt. P. M. Feltham after spend
ing two weeks here with his family
left this morning for Alexandria, La^
to inspect as engineer for the govern
ment a large hospital which is now
under construction. Some of the
most important engineering assign
ments are given Capt. Feltham by
The friends of Mrs. N. M. Jones
sympathize with her deeply in the
death of her sister, Mrs. B. I. Gantt
at her home in Wagener Saturday
morning. She had been at the bed
side of her sister for a week pre
vious to her death. Mr. Jones mo
tored to Wagener Sunday morning
to attend the funeral.
Mr. Henry Ford claims that he.
builds the best automobile in Ameri
ca. It is known as the Lincoln and is
built by the best mechanics Mr. Ford
can employ and of the best material
he can find on the market. The Yonce
Motor Company advertises the Lin-,
coln car in this issue. If you want
the best that money can buy in the
way of an automobile and yet at a
cheaper price than other high-class
cars sell, see Mr. Yonce and talk
it over with him.
FOR SALE: One two-year old
hound, well trained for squirrels and
'possums; also one six months old
FLOYD G. TALBERT,
McCormick, S. C.
iR. F. D. 3.
EITTEBS Family Medicine. I
The home of Mr. Frank L. Rear
den in the Waycross section was
burned last Thursday afternoon
about three o'clock. The only persons
at home at the time were Mr. Rear
den's mother, Mrs. Rearden and Mr.
Zach Boone. They carried $1,000 on
the residence but none on the fur
in ture, practically all of which was
a total loss. .
Capt. and Mrs. L. Y. Moore moved
from the hotel this morning to the
residence of Mrs. Emily Mims on
j Main Street where they will make
?their home. For nearly a year they
have very successfully managed the
Dixie Highway Hotel, advertising
the splendid new hotel by their su
perior service, which is the most ef
fective and most lasting form of ad
Mr. Turner gives an excellent-rea
son in the Corner Store advertise
ment this week why the people
should buy of the home merchant, in
stead of giving their money to strang
ers. If the home merchant sells you
anything that is not satisfactory, Le
will make it good, but when a
stranger gets your money it is gone
foreve^. The Corner ,Store adver}
tises True-Shape hosiery this week.
A large number of persons atend
ed the game of foot ball Saturday
played at Clemson between the Cen
ter College and Clemson teams.
Among those who went were Prof.
W. 0. Tatum, Capt. L. Y. Moore, Mr.
H. B. Salley, Dozier Tompkins, Lal
bert Rainsford, Edward Peak, Lu
ther Johnson, William and J. C.
Hughes, Amos Moore and D. V. Har
Rev. J. K. "Walker endeared him
self to a number of our people while
he was conducting the revival ser
vices last week at the Methodist
church. He is an able, earnest and
effective preacher and his gospel ser
mons will be as seed sown in good
ground in Edgefild, bearing fruit in
the years to come. Up to this time
four have united with the church as
a result of the meeting.
Attention is directed to the double
page advertisement of Mr; Ruben
stein in this issue. It contains a long
list of bargains in seasonable mer
chandise which should attract people
from a great distance. This money
saving sale begins Friday, October 6,
and lasts for 15 days. The very low
prices he offers dependable merchan
dise that will make your cash buy
more than it has before in a long
time. Read over the offerings of the
different departments. It will pay
Sunday at the Methodist
Rev. G. W. M. Taylor, the pastor,
will preach at the Edgefield Metho
dist church Sunday morning and
night. He will take for the morning
subject "Feeding the Multitudes."
The doors of the church will be open
for the reception of members at
both services. Visitors and strangers
are cordially welcome at the services.
Has Large Field.
Mr. W. E. LaGrone of Johnston
is among the visitors in Edgefield to
day, being still actively engaged in
enlisting the cr operation of farmers
in the Cotton Growers Co-operative
Marketing association. Mr. LaGrone's
field has been enlarged to cover five
counties. He stated that a consider
able number of farmers are placing
their old cotton with the association,
realizing the advantages to be gained.
Mass Meeting in Court House.
Next Monday night at eight o'clock
a mass meeting of citizens who are
interested in establishing a creamery
at Edgefield will be held in the Court
House. This meeting should be well
attended by farmers not only from
the immediate vicinity of Edgefield
but those who reside in other sections
should also be interested in establish
ing a creamery at the county seat,
being easy of access from every part
of the county. Remember the time,
Monday night at 8 o'clock. Several
dairy experts from Clemson will be
All creditors of estates of Annie :
T. Miller and T. L. Miller, late of ?
said county and state, deceased, will i
render an account of their demands, .
duly attested, and all debtors thereto ',
will pay amounts due by them, to i
the undersigned Executor and Ad- <
ministrator Cum Testamento An
nexo, at his home, postoffice being :
Collier, S. C. :
GEO. L. MILLER, ?i
Executo; Admr. Cum Test. An- ]
Collier, S. C. v
October 4th, 1922. ' V ,1
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? . trip of comfort and enjoyment. Changes ^^^ISSi^l^^ fl
?i in road conditions bring scarcely any The Phaeton
Tvl perceptible difference in the smoothness >fc JBBS? [TS
?with which youl" car travels. "jj / H M H B ui
Rear springs shackled at both ends; final ^? ffs? If S S- oj
drive through a torque tube; combined \^ VLLM ^LJ? XI
with superior control of the motor POS DETROIT - V\
power itself, afford a master sense of ???# ? . g.
security in any driving emergency. Ten B?dy Types ;.
YONCE MOTOR CO.
Edgefleld, South Carolina
Woman's Christian Temper
ance Union Hostess for
The W. C. T. IL, recognizing the
great power and influence of the
teacher in the class room ' over the
minds and hearts of children in the
plastic period of their life, has
sought to keep in close touch with
the schools and have shown appre
ciation of the teaching profession in
many and varied ways. Each year
the local union has entertained the
teachers at a reception. This year
the occasion was celebrated at the
home of Mrs. J. L. Mims, when
eighty-five guests were present. Ex
cept for the dust, the afternoon was
ideal and the program was full of
Mrs. J. L. Mims greeted the
guests- at the door, and Mrs. T. H.
Rainsford and Mrs. Helen S. Nichol
son assisted in making all the mem
bers of the W. C. T. U. and other
guests acquainted with the faculty
of our school.
Edgefield should be very proud,
in a proper sense, for the musical
telant which we have, as is shown
by the following programme, but
which the mere reading of the type
can not fully exemplify. Only those
who were present could feel its
beauty and uplifting power.
. In the greetings, Mrs. J. M.
Wright spoke of the desire on the
part of the U. D. C. to co-operate
with the cshool and of her desire for
the correct teaching of Southern
history, also the past enthusiasm of
the faculty in rendering assistance.
Mrs. Helen S. Nicholson very gra
ciously made a# spontaneous greet
ing for the D. A. R. in the absence
of the Regent, Mrs. Susan B. Hill.
Mrs. W. E. Lott represented the
Parent-Teachers Association who had
given to the school an elegant recep
tion, soon after the opening, and en
that occasion she ha- welcomed them
but she said that w 4 claration of
loving greetings cc rot be too
often reiterated. 3
Mrs. Lovick Mu ' beauti
ful presentation ol wje . due of a
music club, and her greetings were
a prose poem. One lady said 'Mrs.
Mims is a past master in doing pleas
Mrs. W. L. Dunovant spoke in be
?alf of the League of Women Voters
which she has so ably represente
from the incipiency of the organizf
Mrs. J. W. Stewart, Mrs. Evar
and Mrs. A. T. Allen gave a mos
cordial greeting and invitation t
the teachers to attend the mission s<
cieties of their' respective churche!
The Civic League and Episcopz
societies were invited to send a ret
resentative, but all programs, lik
all human events, have their disaj
pointments and in this case we wer
deprived of hearing from these ei
fective and uplifting agencies; in ou
The following was the program
Greetings-Mrs. J. L. Mims.
Violin Romanzo, Schumann-Mis
Lois Mims, accompanist, Miss Feli
Vocal solo, "Just be Glad," word;
by James Whitcomb Riley-Mrs. M
B. Tucker, accompanist, Mrs. H. H
Piano, "I Dreamt I Dwelt in Mar
ble Halls,"-Miss Annie Holmes Har
"Still as the Night," Brown, Mrs
A. R. Nicholson, violin obligato
Miss Lois Mims, accompanist, Mis:
Daughters of the Confederacy
Mrs. J. M. Wright.
Daughters of the American Revo
lution-Mrs. Hein S. Nicholson.
..ParenK?'eachers Association, Mrs.
W. E. Lott.
Music Club-Mrs. Lovick Mims.
League of Women Voters-Mrs.
W. L. Dunovant.
Methodist Mission Society-Mrs.
Mrs. J. W. Stewart.
Presbyterian Mission Society
Mrs. N. G. Evans.
Baptist Mission Society-Mrs. A.
Violin trio, "By the Waters of
Minnetonka," Thurlow Leurance
Mrs. Walter Cantelou, Mrs. Leon
Warren, Miss Lois Mims, accompa
nist, Miss Genevieve Norris.
Vocal solo, "I Know He Watches
Me,"-Rev. G. W. M. Taylor, ac
companist, Miss Sadie Mims.
At the close of the above program,
a salad course and iced tea was serv
ed which was prepared and furnished
by the organization of the W.
C. T. U. J
SEED OATS AND WHEAT.
We want the farmers to know that
we can supply them with seed oats,
seed rye and wheat. Let us have your
orders. We also carry a complete
stock of Heavy and Fancy Groceries?
We can make you very close prices?
Come in to see us.
J. D. KEMP & CO.
A Circus Coming to Town
Would Excite Interest
But would not be as profitable to you
as the "Huggins-store-trading" habit.
Follow on !
Fresh box marshmallows_.10
New pineapple-big can - - .35
Pork & Beans, 2 cans for_.25
Heintz apple butter, a jar-.25 -
Heintz dill pickle, a can_- .25
Columbia River salmon-.25
Grimes Golden apples, a doz., _> .20
Crisco, best cake-making lard .80
5 big bucket candy (just in) a lb. .30
AT THE DEPOT
N. B. -Never forget Mrs. Duke's pro
JUST TO REMIND YOU
I SELL FOR LESS
5 gallons Kerosene-70c
Best White Boiling Meat_13c
Fresh Lard, per pound_15c
10 pounds Sugar-_80c
Best Green ^Coffee, per lb. 20c
Grits, per pound_03 %c
2 bushels Meal_$2.20
Distilled Vinegar, gallon - - 30c
10c package crackers, 2 for - 15c
2 packages Macaroni - - 15 c
10c package cocoanut, 2 for - 15c
65c package cocoanut - - - 25c
Fine Feed, 100 lbs., ----$1.95
New crop A No. \ Peavine Hay in
COLLIERS), 8. C.