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Office No 61
Residence, No. 17
Wednesday, November 8.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Mr. W. H. Jones of Florence is
here visiting his brother, Mr. B. B.
Mrs. Maryland Randall of North
Augusta is visiting her cousin, Mrs.
P. P. Blab ck, Jr.
Mrs. George W. Latimer of Jack
sonville is here visiting her sister,
Mrs. T. A. Hightower.
Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Pinson of
Greenwood spent Sunday here with
Mrs. Pinson's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Peak.
Hon. and Mrs. James O'. Sheppard,
MT. John Mims and Mr. J. T. Mims,
Jr., were guests of friends in Chap
pell last week-end.
Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Lewis and son
and Mr. and Mrs. Browning of Co
lumbia were week-end guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J. G. Alford.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cantelou and
Mrs. J. H. Cantelou motored to
Greenwood Sunday for the day, re
turning in the afternoon.
Mrs. A. T. Allen, Mrs. Mamie N.
?Tillman and Mrs. J. L. Mims are in
Columbia attending the annual con
vention of the State W. M. U.
Mrs. Raymond Rogers and her lit
tle children of Blenheim, Marlboro
?county, are here visiting her sisters,
Mrs. C. E. May and Mrs. J. B. Ken
The time is apporaching for the
annual Work Day for the orphanage.
A reminder and an appeal is pub
lished in this issue of The Adver
The November meeting of the
Edgefield chapter, U. D. C., will be
held Tuesday afternoon, November
14, at the home of Mrs. J. G. Alford
at 3:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Oscar LaBorde came over
from Columbia Friday afternoon to
visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
-Dunovant, and Dr. LaBorde motored
to Edgefield Seaturday.
Mr. Shields Johnson came home
Sunday to remain for two weeks. He
.has been very warmly greeted by his
Edgefield friends who are delighted
to see him looking so well.
Capt. A. D. Martin of Hardeeville
is the guest of Mr. J. L. Addison
this week. Capt. Martin made many
friends while he was on the Edgefield
"run" who remember him very pleas
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Schroder of
Savannah are spending this week
with friends at Parkhill and Tren
ton. They are always very cordially
greeted by their Edgefield and Tren
We are very grateful to those who
.have recently paid their subscription
but there are yet many others who
should come in. Please give the mat
ter your attention at once, if you
are in arrears.
Have you tried any of Mr. Hug
gins' big fat mackerel for bre?kf'ast?
Only trouble is they give you such
appetite that you may eat too much.
See the list of good things in his ad
vertisement this week.
Mr. Turner calls attention in the
.Corner Store's advertisement this
week to the beautiful materkd he has
for embroidering Christmas presents.
If he has not what you want he will
order it for you at once.
Rev. H. E. Wright went to Charles
ton Monday to attend to the shipping
of their furniture to Edgefield and
as soon as it arrives they will begin
housekeeping in the Presbyterian
manse on Columbia street.
Mr. J. M. Mays came up from
Aiken and spent last week on his
farm looking after sowing grain and
other farm work. He had 60 acres of
oats put in last week. This is a good
example for others to follow.
i Mrs. Lou B. Holstein left yester
day for Florida to spend some time
She was accompanied by the trained
nurse who has been with her for
>ome time. We are delighted to re
port that Mrs. Holstein's condition
has greatly improved and we trust
that she will return from the "Land
.of Flowers" fully restored to health.
A box party will be given at tl
Waycross No. 1 school house, Mi:
Lucile Branson, principal, on Frida
evening, November 17th, the furn
to be used for school improvement
The public is cordially invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McColl, Mast?
Hugh McColl, Jr., and Miss Gabriel]
MoColl, of Bennettsville stopped ove
in Edgefield with friends Monday ?
they were going to Greenwood. Mai
ter Hugh McColl is attending the I
M. I. *
The flower show in Aiken will b
held in Titinian Hall Friday, Nc
vember 10. The ladies in charge o
the exhibits are Mrs. William Smok<
Mrs. Henry Clark and Mrs. Theodor
G. Croft. Everybody is cordially in
Miss Jewell McDaniel who was cal
ed to her home in Macon about i
(week ago on account of the extrem
illness of her father returned ti
-Edgefield yesterday. Her pupils, a
'well as other friends, are very happ;
over her return.
The boys of the high school wil
give their minstrel in the school au
ditorium on Friday night, Novembe:
24. They are working hard on hil
entertainment and will give thi
Edgefield folk one that will be wei
Rev. G. W. M. Taylor left yester
day to attend the annual conference
which is in session in Gaffney thii
week. All of Edgefield very earnestlj
desires that Mr. Taylor be returnee
to this field for another year, anc
still other years.
The ladies of the Civic League ex
press themselves as being very grate
ful to the ladies of Johnston, Tren
ton, Aiken and other communities
for the way in which they are patron
izing the splendid community fail
which is being held today.
The annual Episcopal Bazaar will
be held in the court house Saturday,
December 2. The Episcopal ladies
are in a class all by themselves when
it comes to holding a Bazaar and we
feel confident that the one of 1922
will measure up to the very high
standard set in years gone by.
Mr. L. T. May had sufficiently im
proved to be at his post as clerk o?
the board pf county commissioners
at the regular monthly meeting yes
terday. His friends were delighted to
see him out again. He will go to Co
lumbia today for examination by a
The monthly report of the super
visor is published in this issue. Su
pervisor Edmunds is holding down
the expense of the county to the
lowest notch and in this he has the
splendid cooperation of Commission
ers Talbert and DeVore. The old
county's financial interests are safe
in the hands of this trio.
The Advertiser publishes a very
interesting account of a visit by "Un
cle" Rufus Derrick to the old sol
diers' home in Columbia, last w?ek
while he was attending the state fair.
Mr. Derrick says he wishes all of the
old veterans could visit the home and
see how well the old .'soldiers are
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Rhodes, Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Boseman, and Wood
row Boseman came over from Dar
lington Sunday afternoon to attend
the services at the First Baptist
church on Sunday night. They were
guests of the Rev. and Mrs. Arthur
T. Allen. They returned home Mon
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Jamison went
up to Clemson college on Sunday to
see their son, Thames Jamison, who
is attending college. Miss Lillian Pat
tison accompanied them ard on their
return trip they came by Anderson
college and had a visit with Miss
Ouida Pattison who is on the facul
ty of Anderson college.
People seem to be indifferent to
the things that affect them most
vitally. For. instance, although there
were scores of farmers from all parts
of the county here Monday it was im
possible, for lack of interest, to hold
the mass meeting in the court house
immediately after the sales in the in
terest of establishing a creamery.
Misses Margaret Blocker and Em
mie Broadwater came home from
their school duties at Ninety Six to
spend the week-end. Miss Emma
Blocker also came home from her
school in Lexington for the week-end.
All of these young ladies are greatly
pleased with their work this year,
this being their first experience in
teaching after graduating from Co
ker college last summer.
Mr. Yonce urges our readers to
"buy a Ford and spend the differ
ence." His easy payment plan makes
it easy now to buy a Ford. By the
way, Mr. Yonce took a 1910 model
Ford in trade a few days ago and
sold it right away to a man who is
getting good service from it. Think
of a car 12 years old stiii rendering
good service. In 1910 that car cost
$950 at the factory, while today the
same model costs only $298 at the
factory. The present low prices put
Ford cars in reach of practically ev
Great Bargain Sale.
The Economy Store announces in
its advertisement this week that it
will put on a great bargain sale com
mencing on Friday, November 10.
Some very great bargains will be giv
en in this sale. The Advertiser's job
department has printed some large
double-page circulars giving in detail
the very low prices. These have been
widely distributed by Mr. Jake
Wynne, the proprietor of the Econo
my Store. Do not fail to reap the
benefit of this harvest of low prices
for dependable merchandise. The sale
begins Friday of this week.
Sustained Heavy Loss.
Thursday afternoon Mr. F. F.
Rainsford lost one of his large barns
by fire. He had gathered his corn",
peas and a large quantity of fodder
and stored it in the building which
was burned, making his loss very
heavy besides the value of the build
ing. Unfortunately he carried no in
surance on the building or the con
tents. The origin of the fire is un
known. Mr. Rainsford was away at
his saw mill at the time the building
caught fire but arrived in time to
prevent the fire spreading to other
Mc ny Are Paying Up.
Quite a number of subscribers
have responded to our request to
those who are in arrears to come in
and pay up their subscription and
we are very grateful to them for
their promptness. Our mailing list
will be corrected by next week, show
ing the proper date to which all have
recently paid. There are yet many
others whom we have indulged in
this season of financial depression
who SHOULD COME IN AND PAY
UP. We have carried them as long
as we can. To publish a paper such
a swe are making The Advertiser in
volves a heavy expense and must
urge all who are in arrears to pay up (
at once. We can not ' carry them i
longer. It is a small amount due by j
each individual but in the aggregate ]
it is a large sum that we are carry- (
ing. Will you not, if in arrears, show ]
your appreciation for our having car- <]
ried you through these hard times, ?
by coming in and paying the amount ]
you are due on subscirption? If you I
can not come to the office in person, i
send us a money order or check. ]
Your immediate attention, please, (
if you are in arrears. ]
Community Fair a Pronounced I
As this is our publication day, it
will be impossible for us to give a re
port of the Community Fair such as
it deserves. Next week we will pub
lish a complete list of the prize win
ners in every department.
Great crowds are going in and out ^
of the store in the hotel building
where the fair is being held and the
great variety and beauty of the ex
hibits in every department baffle de
scription. Mr. C. J. Balk, the florist
from Augusta who is the judge of
the flower department of the fair,
says he never saw, except on one | j,
occasion, such very fine xhrysanthe
mums as are on display at the Com
munity Fair. He stated that many
of the chrysanthemums would sell
for one dollar each in cities. Many
of our own people are amazed thein- v
selves at the beautiful display of fine s
flowers. The judges in the other de- 0
partments were Mrs. D. R. Day, Mrs. _
F. W. Miller and Mrs. P. B. Day, Jr., J
The ladies are serving a bountiful
lunch today for the small sum of 50
cents, which includes admission into
the fair. We are delighted that these
good women who never grow weary
in well doing are being so generously
Trespass Notice. J
Notice is hereby given that all per- J
sons are forbidden to hunt or in any j
manner trespass upon my land and ?
that of Limus Perry. The law will ?
be rigidly enforced against those who <j
disregard this notice. <
R. T. HILL.
If My Ole Nose Don't Tell Me Lies
Pears Like I Smell Custard Pies"
Such were the words of Whitcomb Eiley's "Eaggedy Man" as
he sniffed Elizabeth Ann's pie-baking. Elizabeth An? because
of her ?reat goodness in cookery came to be lovingly called
Lizzie. Today the loving name of Lizzie is applied to that
TUE UNIVERSAL CAR
John Henry says "Buy a Ford and spend the difference," and
Yonce makes it easy for you to buy.
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 tjtarter, plain wheels . .
Coupe, with starter, demountable wheels
Sedan, with Btarter, demountable wheels
Truck, pneumatic or solid tires . . .
YONCE MOTOR CO
The House of Service
)ne Ford car with a piston ring,
["wo rear wheels, one front spring,
las no fenders, seat or plank,
Burns much gas and hard to crank.
Carbureter's busted half way through
Engine's missing: hits-on two.
Three years old, four in the spring;
Shock absorbers,, 'n' everything,
Radiators' busted, sure does 'leak;
)ifferential's dry, can hear it squeak.
Ten spokes missing, front all bent;
Tires blowed out, 'taint worth a cent.
Jot lots o' speed, runs like the deuce,
Burns either gas or tobacco juice,
fires all off, been run to the rim
But it's a damn good Ford for the
shape it's in.
If you want a Ford see Yonce.
All hunters are warned not to
lunt on land owned or controlled by
is. If you don't want to be asked
ff, stay off.
G. T. SWEARINGEN,
B. R. TILLMAN,
J. F. CARSWELL.
FOR RENT: Three desirable rooms
n residence near high school, elee
rie lights,, windows screened, privi
eges of bath room. Apply to
J. L. MIMS.
SEED OATS AND WHEAT.
We want the farmers to know that
?re can supply them with seed oats,
eed rye and wheat. Let us have your
rders. We also carry a complete
tock of Heavy and Fancy Groceries.
Ve can make you very close prices.
)orae in to see us.
J. D. KEMP & CO.
We can supply farmers with seed
/heat, Texas, Appier and Fulghum
ats at reasonable prices.
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
s often caused by an inflamed condition
)f the mucouu lining of the Eustachian
rube. When this tube is inflamed you
lave a rumbling sound or imperfect
learinsr. Unless the inflammation can
>e reduced, your hearing may be de
HAUL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will
lo what we claim for it-rid your system
>f Catarrh or Deafness caused by
?atarrh. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE
bas been successful in the treatment of
Catarrh for over Forty Tears.
Sold by all druxclsts.
P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O,
LOW INSURANCE RATES.
Low insurance rates for
farm buildings, if taken for
five years. Premium 10 per
cent less and payable in five
annual installments without
interest. In Old Hartford, 112
years old, with the strength of j
E. J. NORRIS,
Eyes scientifically examined and
glasses properly fitted.
GEO. P. MIMS,
Edgefield. S. C.
GUNS, PISTOLS, FISHING
TACKLE, SAFES AND
617 Broad St.
Telephone 679 Augusta, Ga.
We invite the ladies to co
New Dresses and Coat Suit
day by express.
We are offering the n
fashion centres at vt
IN BEAR OF SMITI
FOR SALE: Wyckoff-Barron sin
gle comb white Leghorn cockerels,.
February and March hatch. $2.50
Mrs. GEO. F. MIMS.
J. S. BYRD
Office Over Store of
I ' Queries & Tjmmerman
Office Phone No. 3
Residence Phone 87
All persons holding claims against
the estate of W. R. E. Winn, deceas
ed, are requested to present the
same duly attested, to the under
signed; and all persons indebted to
the said estate are urged to make
SUSAN L. WINNV
Plum Branch, S. C., E. F. D.
All persons indebted to the estate
of J. ?Sf. Gay, deceased, are hereby
requested to make payment of same
to the undersigned, administratrix,
and.all persons holding claims against
his estate will present same to me
properly sworn to.
me in and see our Stylish
s that come in almost every
ewest things from the
\ry reasonable prices