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Office No 61
Residence, No. 17
Wednesday, October 25.
?OCAL AND PERSONAL
Mrs. R. 0. Brezeale of Greenville
is here visisting Mrs. Capers Mad
Mrs. Gus Merrimon of Sumter is
a guest in the home of Mrs. Lizzie
Miss Elizabeth Greneker of Au
gusta is a guest in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. T. B. Greneker.
The recent fire loss by Mr. A. B.
Miller at Trenton has been paid
through E. J. Norris agency.
Miss Margaret Hill came up from
Augusta and spent the ' week-end in
Edgefield with Miss Sophie Mims.
Mrs. J. E. Gaskin and Mrs. James
Nelson of Columbia spent Sunday in
Edgefield as guests of Mrs. Annie
Misses Juincy Robinson and
Willette Matthews and Mr. Jesse
Reynolds of Columbia were guests
of Miss Mae Reeves Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John K. Aull of Co
lumbia have been spending the past
week in Edgefield with Mrs. Aull's
mother, Mrs. Lizzie Tompkins.
Mr. George F. Mims went over to
Columbia Mondaymorning to attend
a meeting of the board of examin
ers in optometry. He will return to
William Thurmond came over
from Columbia to spend the week
end with the home folk, returning to
his studies at the University Monday
Mrs. Lynwood M. Johnson will
leave today for Greenville to attend
the wedding of her brother-in-law,
Dr. I H. Grimball to Miss Margaret
The public is invited to a box par
ty to be given at the Pleasant Lane
school house on Hallowe'en night,
October 31. Oysters will be sold for
the benefit of the school.
What Frank Huggins says this
week should be of especial interest
to the Edgefield housewives. A list of .'
good things to eat is given for you
to make your selection from.
Mrs. May Nelson is assistant in
The Model Home, 1104 Lady Street,
Columbia. It affords a rest room for
ladies and carries an assortment of
art goods and home products for
Mrs. J. Mitchell Chase, and little
son, Henry Hughes Chase, and Mrs.
Caraher of Clearfield, Pa., are guests
of Mrs. B. B. Jones. Mrs. Chase is
pleasantly remembered as Miss Elise
Mr. Shields L. Johnson who has
been at Horse Shoe, N. C., for the
summer will reach home Saturday to
spend some time. He will be very
cordially greeted by his Edgefield
Mr. Turner calls attention this
week to the Corner Store's large as
sort of shoes, hosiery, sweaters, blan
kets and dry goods. Visit this popular
store before supplying your needs in
A meeting of the Winthrop
Daughters will be held at the home
of Miss Sallie Mae Nicholson, at
"Cedar Grove," Saturday afternoon
at 3:30 o'clock. All the members
are urged to attend.
Sunday morning Rev. A. T. Allen
appointed the following delegates
from the First Baptist church to the
union meeting at Berea: J. H. Cante
lou, L. B. Jones, W. E. Lott, E. C.
Asbell and J. L. Mims.
Mrs. Mamie N. Tillman, Mrs. J. P.
Nixon and Mrs. J. L. Mims attended
the annual convention of the State
Woman's Christian Temperance Un
ion which was held in Newberry
from Friday night until Monday.
Congressman James F. Byrnes ran
np from Aiken Thursday to mingle
with his Edgefield friends for a few
hours. He always receives a cordial
greeting in Edgefield. Mr. Byrnes is
enjoying a short period of rest be
tween the sessions of Congress.
Early in November he will have to
return to Washington for some im
portant committee work in advance
<?? the convening congress.
The boys of the Edgefield hi
school are planning to give a m
strel in order to raise funds for th?
athletic association. It will be a go
entertainment and the cause likewl
being a good one our people shot
attend en masse.
Rev. G. W. M. Taylor is closing i
his year's work in order to be rea
to attend the annual conferen
which meets in Gaffney on Nove:
ber 7. Rev. A. L. Gunter will be t
host, being pastor of the Methodi
church at Gaffney.
Commencing Friday, October 2
the Quarles & Timmerman Varie
Store will put on their annual fi
sale which will mean atremendo
saving on every purchase you mal
at this popular store. Read their a
vertisement in this issue.
Miss Ethel Cheatham is he:
spending some time with her mothe
Mrs. J. W. Cheatham. For the pa
year she has been in a leading hospi
al in Memphis in training to be
trained nurse. Dr. M. D. Jeffries
superintendent of the hospital.
The popular V. & L. Restaurar
and Chiles Cafe announces a sui
stantial reduction in prices. They bu
only the choicest food and serve :
in the most approved manner. Sto
at this popular place when in Ai
gusta-315-317 Jackson Street.
Mr. T. A. Hightower who alway
keeps abreast of the times in cotto
manufacturing, spent Friday an
Saturday in Greenville attending th
Southern Textile Exposition whic
has attracted men interested in col
ton manufacturing from all parts o
County Treasurer J. L. Prince toi
The Advertiser's representative yes
terday that there remains yet un
paid about $33,000 of 1921 taxes
This shows that a considerable num
ber of taxpayers in the county no-*
have two years taxes upon then:
1921 and 1922.
We have carried some of aur sut
scribers who have heretofore bee:
unable to pay their subscription
promptly, but we must now insist up
on payment. Look at your label an<
see l ow you stand. We do not wis
to drop a single name, so remit a
once, if in arrears.
.Capt. P. M. Feltham stopped ove
for the week-end with his familj
?leaving Monday morning for Wash
?ington. After completing his worl
in Alexandria, La., he was orderei
, by the government to inspect Lin
wood hospital near Augusta, havinj
come from there to Edgefield.
I Mr. Abrom Daitch tells The Ad
vertiser's readers this week that hi
large stock is now filled in every de
partaient with winter goods tha
were bought right and will be sok
I right. R*ead what Mr. Daitch say:
this week. He also has a large stocl
of army goods that he is seling verj
Mr. Clyde Hamilton spent Mondaj
in Columbia with his mother, Mrs
Bonham Hamilton, who is in the hos
pital. While in the city a transfusior
of blood was made from Mr. Ham
ilton into the veins of his mother,
Since that time, Mrs. Hamilton's
fiiends will be pleased to note that
she is improving.
Mr. F. G. Mertin of Augusta an
nounces to our readers this week
that he is selling all boys' and men's
clothing and furnishings at half price
or less. Such a statement coming
from so reliable a source should in
terest many of our people, especial
ly at a season when many family
needs have to be supplied.
Rev. A. T. Allen will attend the
union meetings of all three divisions
Saturday and Sunday. Saturday he
will attend the meeting at Antioch
and in the afternoon he will motor
to Clark's Hill to attend the union
meeting of the third division. Sunday
he will attend the union meeting of
the first division at Berea, preaching
the sermon in the forenoon.
Tn his attractive advertisement
in this issue Mr. H. G. Eidson, the
Ford dealer of Johnston, gives the
figures showing how much is saved
td* the buyer by the recent big reduc
tion in Ford cars. Mr. Eidson an
nounces that he can now make im
mediate delivery on all style cars.
Better get your order in before some
body gets your car. Ford sales will
increase at the present low prices.
LOST: One the streets of Edge
field Thursday, October 19, a gold
bar pin. Finder will please leave at
The Advertiser Office and receive a
suitable reward. ,
According to a dispatch from
headquarters, the mail which has
been coming in on the afternoon
train on Sundays will be discontin
ued. On all other days there will be
no change. This order has been is
sued on account of the light mails
coming in on last train, and the dis
continuance will begin Sunday, Oc
The Yonce Motor Company gives
this week the actual cost of a Ford
car or truck in its easy term plan of
buying a car. The amount of cash
payment and the monthly payments
are so small that Ford cars are now
placed within reach of people who
heretofore could not own a car. Call
on Mr. Yonce and he will explain in
detail his easy payment plan. You
can pay for a Ford while you ride.
A man who buys a car for business
can make it pay for itself.
Hallowe'en Party Friday
The Girls' Auxiliary and the Roy
al Ambassadors will be entertained
at the home of Mrs. W. C. Tomp
kins on Friday evening when they
will enjoy a most pleasant occasion
and will have an opportunity to meet
Miss Azaee Wofford who is especial
ly interested in young people. Mrs.
Tompkins/is leader of the Royal Am
bassadors and Mrs. E. C. Asbell of
the Girls' Auxiliary and together
the young people with their leaders
will make this occasion count for
Our Boys at Saluda.
The football team of the high
school went to Saluda Friday after
noon for a contest with the team
of the Saluda high school. Whi^e
they lost the game, they won the
respect and admiration of the people
among whom they were visiting.
Considering the fact that they made
a higher score than has any other
team that has played Saluda this sea
son, we should be proud of the rec
ord they made Friday. Let's stand by
our boys and encourage them. They
are a manly set of boys who reflect
honor upon Edgefield wherever they
Last Case of Criminal Court.
At the hour of our going to press
last week, the court was engaged
with the trial of Elias Barnes, War
ren Barnes, Abrom Holmes, Charles
Jennings and Boisie Anderson for
murder, having been charged with
killing another negro near the home
of Mr. S. A. Brunson over a year
ago. In the case of Boisie Anderson,
who was represented by C. T. Bur
nett, the judge ordered a verdict of
acquittal. As to the other four ne
groes, who were represented by J.
H. Cantelou and S." McG. Simkins,
the jury failed to agree upon a ver
dict after being out all night and a
mistrial was ordered.
Miss Azilee Wofford in
Miss Azilee Wofford is the Field
Agent of the Woman's Missionary
Union for South Carolina. On invi
tation of the Edgefield W. M. U.
She will spend Friday and Saturday
in the Edgefield association, and will
be entertained on her arrival in
Edgefield by Mrs. W. B. Cogburn
and Mrs. A. T. Allen. Miss Wofford
is a graduate of Winthrop college
and the Louisville Baptist Training
school for missionaries and Chris
Friday afternoon at 4 p. m. the
Woman's Missionary Society, with
Mrs. Mamie N. Tillman, president
will hold a meeting at the home of
Mrs. A. A. Woodson which will be a
reception for Miss Wofford and an
opportunity for her to present the
work of the Baptist Woman's Mis
sionary Union. A musical program
will be rendered as follows:
Violin trio "Sing, Smile, Slumber"
Mrs. Leon Warren, Mrs. Walter Can
telou, Miss Lois Mims; Miss Gene
vieve Norris accompanist.
Vocal solo, Mrs. M. B. Tucker.
Vocal solo, Rev. G. W. M. Taylor.
Saturday morning at Antioch the
morning session will be in charge of
the program and Miss Wofford and
Rev. A. T. Allen will speak. Satur
day afternoon at the union meeting
at Clark's Hill Miss Wofford will also
have a part on the program. From
there she will go to Greenwood to J
meet engagements on Sunday.
Attractive Post Cards, Comic Sou-,
venirs and Hallowe'en.
COLLET DRUG CO.
The Best Hot Weather Tonic
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC enriches tht
blood, buildu up the whole system and will won
derfully strengthen and fortify you to withstand
the depressing effect of the hot summer. 50c.
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Think of buying a Ford on the following terms-the cheap
est in the history of automobile industry :
KIND OF CAR
Touring, no starter, plain wheels . . ,
Touring, with starter, plain wheels . .
Touring, with starter, demountable wheels
Runabout, no starter, plain wheels. . .
Runabout, with starter, plain wheels .
Runabout, with starter, demountable wheel
Chassis, no starter, plain wheels . . .
Chassis, with starter, piain wheels . .
Coupe, with starter, demountable wheels
Sedan, with starter, demountable wheels
Truck, pneumatic or solid tires . . .
The above time prices include both tire and theft insur
ance with a $10.00 lock and steering wheel
IF YOU WANT A FORD, TRUCK OR TRACTOR
SEE US. We'll Do the Rest
YONCE MOTOR CO
The House of Service
tuai Insurance Asso
Property insurred $17,226,000.
WRITE OR CALL on the under
signed for any information you may
desire about our plan of insurance.
We insure your property against
FIRE, WINDSTORM, or LIGHT
and do so cheaper than any Com
pany in existence. ,
Remember, we are prepared to
prove to you that ours is the safest
and cheapest plan of insurance
Our Association is now licensed
to write Insurance in the counties of
Abbeville, Greenwood, McCormick,
Edgefield, Laurens, Saluda, Rich
land, Lexington, Calhoun and Spar
tanburg, Aiken, Greenville, Pickens,
Barnwell, Bamberg, Sumter, Lee,
Clarendon, Kershaw, Chesterfield.
The officers are: Gen. J. Fraser
Lyon, President, Columbia, S. C.,
J. R. Blake, Gen. Agent, Secretary
and Treasurer, Greenwood, S. C.
A. 0. Grant, Mt. Carmel, S. C.
J. M. Gambrell, Abbeville, S. C.
J. R. Blake, Greenwood, S. C.
A. W. Youngblood, Dodges, S. C.
R. H. Nicholson, Edgefield, S. C.
J Fraser Lyon, Columbia, S.^ C.
W. C. Bates, Batesburg, S. C.
W. H. Wharton, Waterloo, S. C.
J. R. BLAKE,
Greenwood, S. C.
Wanted: Piano Pupils*
I want to start a music class.
Those desiring to take piano lessons
will please see me. I am a graduate
of the S. C. C. I., Limestone College
of Gaffney and of Brenau where I
took music under Professor Otto
Pfefferkorn, and am fully competent
to train children on the piano. I will
give lessons for $3.00 per month.
Mrs. L> S. KERNAGHAN.
?lIPk'l CW? IS TKE ONLY
GENUINE ARNICA SALVE
Six Por .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 bank with The Federal Land
J. H. CANTELOU,
Edgefield, S. C.,
July ll, 1922.
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. KEMI\& CO.
FOR SALE: 100,000 Charleston
Wakefield cabbage plants grown
from certified seed. Prices: 1,000 @
$1.50; 5,000 @ $1.25 per thousand;
10,000 @ $1.00 per thousand.
G. W. M. TAYLOR.
We invite the people to co
stock of winter goods tha t wei
We can supply the needs of
and save you money on every
Our stock of shoes was hoi
facturers, and we are showin
dress and work shoes for men,
in and let us show you.
Our stock of boys' and m<
latest styles and most popular
man or boy.
Our dry goods stock is one
ever shown and we bought bc
you money on every dollar sp?
Large Assortment Army C
Crisco is better than butter for cake
baking; and, too, it is super-fine for
shortening and frying.
This week's specials -
Fancy Mackerel, each_15c.
French Mustard, a jar._15c.
Buck-Eye Sausage, a can...29c.
No. 8 Coffee, still the best.40c.
I Luzianne Coffee_29c.?.
Social Tea Orange Sandwiches a lb. _35c.
Plum Pudding, a lb.49c.
Heinz's Cream of Tomato, a can._15c.
Ask Central for 107 and you'll get
AT THE DEPOT
FOR SALE: Wyckoff-Barron sin
gle comb white Leghorn cockerels,
February and March hatch. $2.50
Mrs. GEO. F. MIMS
mt Filled With
me in and inspect our large
re bought at very low prices,
every member of the family
ight from the leading manu
g a large assortment in both
, women and children. Come
sn's clothing contains all the
weaves. We can fit any size
of the largest that we have
?fore the rise. We can save
int with us.
ioods at Very Low Prices