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Office No 61
Residence, No. 17
Wednesday, November 1.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Miss Mary Evans spent several
?days in Columbia last week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Boykin are
now occupying rooms in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Smith.
. Mrs. W. C. Madden spent several
days in Columbia last week with her
daughter, Mrs. Samuel Hammond.
Who will win the most prizes at
the Community Fair next Wednes
day? Get your exhibits ready.
Mrs. Willian Hunter motored from
her home in Laurens county today to
visit her daughter, Mrs. L.T. May.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Sullivan of Cal
lison motored to Edgefield Tuesday
for a visit of several hou.rs.
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas DePass of
Columbia are here visiting Mrs. De
Pass' parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
The Philharmonic Music club will
meet with Mrs. H. C. Mitchell Fri
day afternoon, November 10 at
Miss Hortense Padgett visited her
sister, Mrs. J. R. Timmerman on
Sunday, coming by automobile for
a few hours. .
Concordia Lodge No. 50, A. F. M.
will meet in regular communication
Friday night, November 3, at eight
Greenwood is making extensive
preparation for entertaining the
State convention of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy, De
cember 6, 7 and 8.
Our high school boys will go to
Springfield Friday for a football con
test. We trust that they wiil return
with Victory emblazoned upon their
Mr. L. T. May who has been quite
indisposed at his home has been
greatly missed from our streets. His
friends hope that he will soon be well
and strong again.
The Corner Store is offering all
wool serge skirts as a special bar
gain forSaturday. Read of these
skirts in the advertisement this
The Lorraine, Augusta's newest
cafe, invites the people of Edgefield
to pay it a visit when in Augusta.
Read the Lorraine's advertisement
in this issue.
Geo. W. Scott, C. C. Jones, H. H.
Sanders and W. H. Harling have
been drawn as petit jurors for the
United States circuit which will con
vene in Anderson.
The breezes from the Piedmont
have wafted the information that a
little daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Norwood Cleveland Saturday.
The little lady has been named Nat
alie Katherine for her mother.
You can't read the advertisement
of the Huggins Store in this issue,
which offers so many good thirgs to
eat at reasonable prices, without
wishing for some of them for break
fast. Try it.
Be sure to attend the Community
Fair that will be held in the store in
the hotel building next to the Collett
Drug Store next Wednesday. It
will be time well spent, being both
pleasant and profitable.
. The advertisement of Mr. H. G.
Eidson, the Ford dealer of Johnston,
shows what a great reduction has
been made in Ford cars and trucks.
Mr. Eidson can fill orders for any
Miss Lillian Smith and Miss Kath
erine Mims motored from Columbia
to Edgefield last Wednesday in Miss
Lillian's handsome touring car. They
returned to Columbia Sunday after
Hon. J. 0. Sheppard called upon
the State Highway Commission while
in Columbia Saturday to confer with
them concerning the condition of the
Dixie Highway and urged that it be
put in better condition. The com
mission assured him that they are
endeavoring to secure additional
funds for the maintenance of this
?particular road and that as soon as
possible it will receive "closer atten
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hart, Jr., and
their little daughter are guests of
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Jones. Mr. and
Mrs. Hart are now making their
home in Columbia.
Mrs. Arthur Childress arrived in
Edgefield this morning to spend sev
eral days in Edgefield with relatives.
She* is always very cordially greeted
by her Edgefield friends.
Mr. N. G. Evans has been appoint
ed special judge to hold court at
Bamberg 'for two weeks, commenc
ing next Monday. He will leave Sun
day for Bamberg.
Quite a number have heeded our
appeal last week to those who are in
arrears with their su>bscrip|tion to.
The Advertiser and we appreciate
their prompt response. If you have .
not paid, will you not do so at once?
Mr. Abrom Daitch tells The Ad- .
vertiser's readers this week that he '
can supply the winter needs in wear- .
ing apparel of every member" of the .
family and can also save money for .
those who trade with him. m
Mr. T. J. Paul has just purchased 1
the house and lot on the street lead
ing to Trenton just south of Mr. ]
Shive's planer and will move into it ,
as soon as some improvements are
made on the place.
Mr. Israel Mukashy announces '
this week that his stock of clothing :
for men and boys is complete and in
vites you to call. He also sells the
celebrated Walk-Over shoes for men
Mrs. T. B. Greneker gave an elab
orate course dinner Saturday even- ,
ing in compliment to her guest, Miss
Elizabeth Greneker of Augusta. The
occasion was one of unusual pleas- ,
ure to those who were honored with ,
Mrs. P. M. Feltham attended the
meeting of the official board and ex
ecutive committee of the Woman's
Convocation of the upper diocese of
South Carolina in Columbia on Mon
day, Mrs. Feltham being vice-presi
Mr. J. H. Nicholson went to Co
lumbia Thursday to attend a reunion
of his class, the class of 1906 of the
South Carolina University. All of
the members of the class were pres
ent except one living in Chicago and
another living in St. Louis.
A mass meeting will be held in
the court house next Monday imme
diately after the public sales of land
in the interest of the proposed cream
ery for Edgefield. This enterprise
should appeal to hundreds of farmers
and other business men. The mass
meeting Monday should be largely
The easy terms on which Mr. Yonce
offers to sell you a Ford, truck or
tractor, makes it possible for every
person who needs one of these ma
chines to buy one. Furthermore, they
can get the use of the car or truck
while they pay for it. Mr. Yonce's
prices are f. o. b. Edgefield, all
freight being paid.
During the fair weather of the
past two weeks much lumber has
been hauled to and shipped from
Edgefield. The Morgan Lumber Com
pany alone shipped out over 400,000
feet last week, which was a record
breaking week. It is interesting to
visit their plant in Edgefield and see
how well everything is managed.
In the foot ball contest between
our boys and Ninety Six Friday an
other tie score was made, which
speaks well of both teams. They
will have another contest soon to
break the tie. Our boys played a
fine game and we are very proud of
the record they made. William
Hughes was acknowledge by every
body to have been the star player
of the game. "Bill" is hard to beat.
As a tribute to Rev. H. B. White
for his efforts and assistance in
erecting the new house of worship,
the members of Berea church, have
had a marble tablet placed upon the
wall of the church with a suitable
inscription. Recently Mr. Lewis Co
var penciled the letters on the tab
let with black paint, making the in
scription- easily read from any place
in the building.
Saturday afternoon the members
of the Philathea class of the Baptist
Sunday school will sell sandwiches
and Chero-Cola to raise funds with
which to improve their class room.
An attractive booth will be arrang
ed on the business portion of Main
street for the sale. Buy a sandwich
from and take a drink with these
young ladies, leaving with them all
the cash you can spare. _
We confidently believe that nine
out of every ten who are in arrears
with their subscription to The Adver
tiser could send us a check or money
order today. If you are in arrears,
will you not remit today? Do it now
before you forget it.
Interest grows in thecommunity
fair which will be held in the vacant
store next to the Collett Drug Store,
on Wednesday, November 8. Get
your exhibits ready by the day be
fore ?'.nd win some of the attractive
prizes that are offered.
The Fall Invitation Sale which be
gan at the popular store of Quarles
& Timmerman last Thursday has
been a pronounced success, great
crowds attending the sale every day.
Mr. Quarles has been very much
pleased with th? result.
Mr. Frank Reese has given up his
place here with the express company
to accept a much better position in
the express office in Charleston,
which was a well deserved promo
tion. Mr. Abney Parks now delivers.
2xpres s since Mr. Reese left for
Mr. Elwyn Moore has been chosen
is advertising manager of the Sphinx
the college annual of the Citadel ca
iets. He was also chosen represent
itive of the Citadel at the attractive
booth of that institution at the state
fair last week. It is an exception
awn an E^?cfic:d bay docs not
Services at the Methodist
Rev> John A. Holland of Green
wood will preach in the Methodist
church Sunday morning at 11:30
o'clock. Subject, "Temptation." At
7:30 p. m. the pastor, Rev. G. W* M.
Taylor will preach. This is the last
service before the meeting of the
Rev. G. W. M. Taylor will preach
Sunday morning at 11:15 o'clock in
the Trenton Methodist church.
In Honor of Mrs. A. S.
A number of friends were glad to
be hostesses for Mrs. A. S. Merrimon
on her recent visit to Edgefield, for
her own sake as well as for the
friendship they bore Gus Merrimon
who was popular as a school boy,
and who now is a leading lawyer in
Sumter. Among those -who entertain
ed for her and her hostesses, Misses
Mae and Ruth Tompkins, were Mrs.
W. C. Tompkins, Mrs. P. P. Blalock,
Jr., Mrs. J. G. Alford, Mrs. J. G.
Holland and Miss Virginia Addison.
Mrs. Merrimon returned to her home
in Sumter on Saturday.
Much Larger Output.
Last week the Advertiser through
a slip of the type stated that the
quarry will very soon double its
capacity and instead of shipping six
or eight cars a week will ship twelve
or fifteen cars a week. We should
have stated that this number of cars
will be shipped every day instead of
every week, making the week's vol
ume from 75 to 90 cars a week. Al
ready the company has orders that
will require ten months to fill and in
that time many other orders will be
received. Mr. W. B. Jamison, the
capable manager, told The Adver
tiser's representative several days
ago that their weekly payroll is
about $1,200 for labor. This tremen
dous increase in volume of business
means much to this community.
More About the Community
Since our announcement of last
week, we have decided to have the
Edgefield Community Fair in the va
cant store next to the Collett Drug
Company. Mr. A. E. Padgett very
kindly let us have this building for
Since publishing our list of prizes,
the Morgan Lumber Company very
generously gave us five dollars which
we have divided into the prizes.
General admission 10 cents.
Dinner, 50 cents, which includes
Following is the menu:
All hunters are warned not to
hunt on land owned or controlled by
us. If you don't want to be,asked
off, stay off.
G. T. SWEARINGEN,
B. R. TILLMAN,
J. F. CARSWELL.
Think of buying a ?
est in the history o?
KIND OF CA
Touring;, no. starter, plain wh
Touring:, with starter, plain i
Touring:, with starter, demo
Runabout, no starter, plain n
Runabout, with starter, plai
Runabout, with starter, demc
Chassis, no starter, plain wh<
Chassis, with starter, plain \
Coupe, with starter, demount
Sedan, with starter, demount
Truck, pneumatic or solid ti
Fordson Tractor . . . .
The above time pr:
ance with a $10.<X)
: IF YOU WANT
FOR SALE: One thousand bush
els of Fulghum and Red Rust Proof
oats for seed at 75 cents per bushel,
also choice seed wheat at $1.75 per
M. C. PARKER.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF EDGEFIELD
By W. T. Kinnaird, Esquire, Probate
Whereas W. W. Rhoden of the
above county and state made suit to
me to grant him Letters of Adminis
tration cum testamento annexe of
the estate of and effects of Albert
M. Woodward late of said county
and state, deceased,
These are Therefore to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of the said Al
bert M. Woodward, deceased, that
they be and appear before me, in
the Court of Probate, to be held at
my office at Edgefield, S. C., on No
vember 16th, (1922) after publica
tion thereof, at ll o'clock in the
forenoon, to show cause, if any they
have why the said Administration
should not be granted.
Given under my hand, this 28th
day of October, Anno Domini, 1922.
W. T. KINNAIRD,
JACK HORNER'S THUMB
PULLED NO NICER PLUM
Than those in the plum pudding at
For further instruction we speak of the
Plum Pudding, a lb-.49c.
Prunes, big new ones, a lb. 25c.
Raisins, Sun Maid bunches, a lb. ..25c.
Veal Loafj a can_._...25c.
Heinz Catsup, a bottle.20c.
Argo Salmon, a can_29c.
Sauer Kraut, a can_.20c.
Corned Beef, No. 2 can_.27c.
MRS. DUKE'S MAYONNAISE-35c.
MRS. DUKE'S RELISH.35c.
Your presence is desired in
AT THE DEPOT
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
-ord on the following terms-the cheap?
? automobile industry :
leela . . , .
sheels . . .
'heels. . . .
n wheels . .
Bela . .
sheels . .
able wheels .
;able wheels .
res ... .
D ELI VERED DOWN
ices include both fiire and theft insur
1 lock and steering wheel.
A FORD, TRUCK OR TRACTOR
S. We'll Do the Rest
2 MOTOR CO
B House of Service
Notice of Final Discharge.
To All Whom These Presents' May
Whereas, F. L. Rearden has made
application unto this Court for Final
Discharge as Administrator in re the
Estate of John L. Rearden, deceased,
on this the 31st day of October,
These Are Therefore to cite any
and all kindred, creditors, or parties
interested, to show cause before me
day of December, 1922, at ll
o'clock a. m., why said order of Dis
charge should not be granted. Said
administrator will at same time make
a full and final settlement.,
W. T. KINNAIRD,
J. P., E. C., S. C.
FOR SALE: Wyckoff-Barron sin
gle' comb white Leghorn cockerels,
February and March hatch. $2.50
Mrs. GEO. F. MIMS
WE CAN SAVE YOU
When you come to town to supply the needs of the
family in winter wearing apparel do not fail to call at
We have a large stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes,
Clothing and Underwear for men, women and children.
This merchandise was bought before the rise and we
can save you money on every purchase.
It will be a pleasure, to show you, and if we haven't
got what you want we will order it for you.
Make our store your shopping headquartersjwhile in
We invite the ladies to come in and see our Stylish
New Dresses and Coat Suits that come in almost every
day by express.
We are offering the newest things from the
fashion centres at very reasonable prices
THE QUALITY SHOP
IN REAR OF SMITH-MAESH COMPANY