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Office No 61
Residence, No. 17
Wednesday, December 6.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Mrs. R. C. Padgett is visiting rela
tives in North Augusta.
Mr. Strom Thurmond- came home
from Clemson college for the Thanks
Mrs. J. H. Self and Miss Callie
Self are among the visitors in Edge
. field today.
Miss Mary Wallace Ravenel of
Charleston is the guest of Mrs. A.
Mrs. J. H. Shores of Spartanburg
js here spending this week with her
^sister; Mrs. P. P. Blalock. ?
Miss Ruth Tompkins has returned
from a very pleasant trip to Jackson
ville and St. Augustine, Fla.
Miss Hortense Padgett came down
. from Greenwood and spent Sunday in
Edgefield with relatives.
Mr. Walter Hill Ryan of Atlanta
is at home for a visit to his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. P. F. JEtyan.
Miss Sophie Abney returned from
Savannah Saturday after an extend
* ed visit to her niece, Mrs. A. J. Ives.
" Miss Bessie Dunovant came home
from her school duties in Williston
for the Thanksgiving season.
Mr. L. R. Jones came over from
Columbia Tuesday to' visit his pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Jones.
Eev. P. B. Lanham left Tuesday
for Rock Hill to attend the State
Mr. W. S. G. Heath is making
rapid headway in erecting the attrac
tive bungalow of Mr. T. B. Greneker.
Mrs. A. MI Deitz and her little son
of Asheville are here visiting Mr. and
Mrs. W. T. Reel, Mrs. Deitz's pa
Miss Rosada Talbert of Parks ville
spent the Thanksgiving season here
with her garndparents, Mr. and Mrs.
M. C. Parker.
Miss Etta Watkins of Belton was
a guest last week in the homes of
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Madden and Capt.
Hon. and Mrs. James 0. Sheppard
spent the Thanksgiving season fn
Newberry -with Mr. Sheppard's moth
er, Mrs. William Griffin.
Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Fowler and
Misses Elizabeth and Julia Teague
of Aiken were visitors in Edgefield
Mrs. Iris deLoach Chisolm will
spend today in Fairfax, her former
home, and will return to Edgefield to
Capt. N. G. Evans has again been
honored by being selected as special
judge to hold court in Barnwell this
Mrs. W. R. McDonald returned to
Augusta Monday and they are now
occupying a suite in the Broadway
Miss Bdna Johnson of Aiken spent
, the Thanksgiving season in Edgefield
t'as. the guest of Miss Anna Mae
The Philharmonic Music Club will
meet with Mrs. Walter Cantelou on
Wednesday afternoon, December 13,
at 3:30 o'clock.
Dr. and Mrs. James S. Byrd mo
tored to Columbia and spent Thanks
giving Day with Mrs. Byrd's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Fitzmaurice.
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Rudisill are now
-hoarding with Mrs. Chisolm at the
Dixie Highway Hotel, where their
friends can find them hereafter.
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Lyon, Jr., of
Johnston were welcome visitors in
Edgefield Sunday, worshipping in the
Baptist church Sunday morning.
.Mr. and Mrs. Douglass DePass have
returned to Columbia after spending
the past week in Edgefield with Mr.
and Mrs. H. A. Smith, Mrs. DePass's
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Mr. and Mrs. John M. Mays have
come up from Aiken to spend the
winter at Mr. Mays' country home he- ?
tween Edgefield and Horn's Creek.
The people of Edgefield and vicinity
will he "delighted to have them for
this prolonged stay.
Capt.. L. Y. Moore, Mr. 3. R. 1
man and Dr. A. H. Corley went
Greenville to attend a Shriners' mi
Mr. J. Wm. Thurmond, Jr., "\
is attending the medical college
Augusta spent the week-end at ho:
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. V
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ives will an
from Savannah tomorrow to sp<
several days with Misses Sophie i
Marie Abney and Mr. and Mrs. J. 1
Mrs. Alice Boozer, Mr. Dickert i
Miss Hortense Woodson accompan
Mrs. Agatha A. Woodson from N<
berry Sunday, returning to Newbe:
in the afternoon.
Mrs. J. J. Boazman of Chappell,
companied by her two little childr
spent the Thanksgiving season
Edgefield with her parents, Mr. a
Mrs. W. T. Reel.
I Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Ennett a
little G. N. Ennett, Jr., arrived Si
day. The little gentleman is bei
very affectionately greeted..upon 1
first visit to Edgefield.
The Edgefield Fruit Company a
nounces this week that it is rea
with a large stock of fruit and ca
dies, with fresh arrivals by expr?
almost daily, to fill all holiday orde:
Mr. Orlando Sheppard, Jr., sto
ped over, in Edgefield to visit his p
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Orlando She
|pard, Sr., while en route to Cohn
bia on business.
I . .
<Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Nicholson, a
companied by Miss Charlotte Strot
er, are spending today in Columb
with Miss Mary Nicholson who is
student at Columbia college.
Mrs. Edwin May of Asheville, FL
is here visiting her parents, Mr. ai
Mrs. C. E. May, and has been ve
affectionately greeted by her Edg
Mr. W. W. Adams, Mr. W. W. Foi
1er and Mr. G. P. Fowler are on
hunting expedition this week in tl
lower part of the state.
Rt. Rev. K. G. Finlay, bishop of tl
western diocese of S outh Carolin
will visit Edgefield next Sunday ar
preach in Trinity church at elev?
Mrs. D. D. McColl of Bennettsvil
spent last week here with her parent
Ex-Gov. and Mrs. John C. Sheppar
She was very cordially greeted by h<
"Eat, drink and be Happy," saj
Mr. Huggins this week and gettin
something to eat and drink is mad
easy at his store. Look over his Iii
of good things this week.
Mr. and Mr. D. T. Mathis, Jr. c
Ropers, spent Sunday in Edgefiel
with Mr. D. E. Lanham, Mrs. Mathii
father, and worshipping in the Baj
tist church in the forenoon.
H. C. Viele & Co., popular jeweler
of Augusta, located at 1008 Broa
Street, makes helpful suggestion
this week about selecting Christina
presents. Read their advertisement
Mr. Lewellyn Nicholson, a son o
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Nicholson of Co
lumbia, who was reared in Ed gefielt
now has a position in the office of thi
Newberry Herald and News.
Miss Alice Wilson of Greenwooc
spent the Thanksgiving season ii
Edgefield with her sister, Mrs. Wal
ter Cantelou. She returned to Green
wood Sunday, being accompanied tc
Greenwood for the day by Mr. anc
Mr. and Mrs. Buist Anderson, ac
companied by their children, spenl
the Thanksgiving season here with
relatives. Mr. Anderson is regarded as
one of the foremost farmers in Spar
Mr. J. P. Bland of Johnston has ac
cepted the agency for Edgefield coun
ty for the Star and Durant automo
biles. Miss Pearl Padgett .purchased a
Durant car from Mr. Bland a few
Mr. S. B. Mays, Jr., who is travel
ing for a large paint company with
Chicago as his headquarters, is spend
ing several days here with the home
folk and has been very warmly greet
ed by his Edgefield friends.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Callison and
their children spent the Thanksgiving
season in Edgefield with Mrs. Calli
son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Reel. While here, accompanied by
Mr. Reel, Mr. Callison visited his old
home in the Callison section of Edge
field and Greenwood counties.
The December meeting- of the
Edgefield chapter, U. D. C., will be
held with Mrs. Bettis Cantelou Tues
day afternoon, December 12, at 3:30
Tell the children a radio message
announces that Old Man Santa Claus
ls on his way to Edgefield with as
many good things as he used to bring
before the war.
The college girls and boys will soon
break in on Edgefield by the scores
and make the old town merry for the
holidays. But the fatted porker will
have to take the place of the fatted
Miss Gladys Padgett spent the
Thanksgiving season at Marietta with
Mr. and Mrs. Norwood Cleveland and
her little nephew , Norwood Cleve
land, Jr., returned with her to spend
some time here.
Mr. Rainsford Cantelou and Mr.
W. L. Dunovant, Jr., Forded it to
Wedgefield, Sumter county, last week
on a hunting expedition and bagged
some big game, if fish can be classed
as game. At any rate, they had a
week of fine sport.
Mrs. William Wingfield of' North
Augusta spent yesterday in Edgefield
visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Lyon.
She and Mr. Wingfield now occupy
the very handsome home in North Au
gusta known as the Jack Cranston
home, which they purchased some
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Reel, Mr. and
Mrs. Goode Reel and Miss Lucile Reel
spent Sunday in Johnston with Mrs.
Reel's brother, Mr. J. D. Bartley,
who celebrated his birthday with a
turkey dinner, inviting some of his
friends and relatives to share the
pleasures of the occasion with him.
Softie farmers are learning that
co-operative buying is as profitable
as co-operative marketing. The mem
bers of the South Carolina Aspara
gus Growers' Association have saved
several thousand dollars through buy
nig co-operatively their fertilizer
needs of next spring.
Mrs. Hattie Adams and Miss 'Lillie
Adams have returned from a visit of
a week to Mr. George W. Adams in
Charlotte. This was Mrs. Adams' first
visit to Charlotte since she attended
College for Women, which was after
wards moved to Columbia. She met a
number of her college friends in
Mr. Turner announces this week
in the Corner Store's advertisement
that he is selling Malabar Silverin'e
Tableware. You can get a "Princess"
set free by having your purchases
at the Corner Store recorded. Call at
the store and Mr. Turner will explain
ho\v to get the set free.
Read about "Me and My Ford" in
Mr. Yonce's advertisement this week.
You can buy a Ford car for business
or pleasure, a Ford truck for hauling
or a Fordson tractor for farm work
on very easy terms. Mr. Yonce gives
the exact figures at which you can
buy on the easy payment or install
Although not an old man, Mr. W.
L. Dunovant has the distinction of be
ing the oldest man living who was
born here, and his mercantile busi
ness on the corner is also one of the
oldest business establishments in
Edgefield. Thursday of last week
marked the close of his 33rd year as
a merchant on the corner. May he
be with us yet another third of a
The members of the Methodist
Sunday school were very successful
with the sale of oysters in the va
cant store in the hotel building Tues
day night. The sum of $60 was real
ized for the treasury of t he Sunday
school and those who served the oys
ters are very grateful for the gener
ous patronage. The splendid success
of Tuesday night should encourage
them to have another similar oyster
The senior deacon of the church of
which Rev. A. T. Allen was pastor
near Darlington before he came to
Edg?field died Sunday morning and
Sunday Mr; Allen received a tele
gram requesting him to conduct the
funeral. He and Mrs. Allen left for
Darlington in their car Sunday after
noon and went from Darlington to
j Rock Hill to attend the State Baptist
convention this week. Mrs. Mamie N.
Tillman went on the train to Rock
Hill Monday to attend the convention
and will return with Mr. and Mrs. Al
len in their car the latter part of the
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KIND OF CAB
Touring, no starter, plain
Touring, with starter, plain
Touring, with starter, dem
Runabout, no starter, pla
Runabout, with starter, ph
Runabout, with starter, den
Chassis, no starter, plain
Chassis, with starter, plain
Coupe, with starter, demou
Sedan, with starter, demou
Truck, pneumatic or solid
Fordson Tractor . . .
Mrs. P. M. Feltham has charge of
the sale of Christmas seals and has
placed them on sale at all the stores.
It is hoped that our people w?Tpur
chase them liberally, so as to swell
as much as possible the fund for
stamping out tubersulosis.
Mr. B. H. Parker, accompanied by
Mrs. Parker and their two children,
has arrived to spend a month with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Par
ker. Mr. Parker resides in Wichita,
Kansas, and travels for the Dalton
Adding Machine Company. He and
Mrs. Parker both will be very cordial
Miss Emmie Broadwater came
home from her school at Ninety Six
for the Thanksgiving season.
Mr. H. G. Rudisill, Mr. John Mims,
Mr. Perry Whatley, Mr. Edgar Pad
gett, Mr. B. E. Timmerman and Mr.
Dixon Timmerman spent Thursday in
The Advertiser has been requested
to announce .that there will be a box
party at White Town school house
Saturday night, December 9. There
will also be other things of interest
such as guessing contests, games and
fortune telling. Everybody is invited
to attend and have a good time, but
don't forget your pocket-books
Edgefield Methodist Church
Rev. G. W. M. Taylor, the pastor,
will preach in the Methodist church
Sunday morning at 11:30 o'clock and
evening at 7:30 o'clock. Visitors and
strangers are welcome to the ser
Wednesday Night Thanksgiv
The Thanksgiving service at the
Baptist church was held on Wednes
day-night, and at this time Rev. A.
T. Allen had charge of the program
which he had arranged. Miss Carolyn
Dorn read the origin of the first
Thanksgiving and Miss Lucy Scurry
sang a beautiful and appropriate se
lection. Talks were made by Rev. A.
T. Allen, Mr. J. L. Mims and Mr. Or
lando Sheppard. The audience was
large and the spirit good.
FOR SALE: Charleston Wakefield
Cabbage plants. 10.0 for 25 cents;
500 for $1.00; 1,000 for $1.50, grown
G. W. M. TAYLOR.
: me to towri-and-back.
; me to church-and-back,
s family pet-it is trustworthy.
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economist-drinks very little g
My Ford truck is the best ha
>rk: My Fordson tractor is 1
SO YOU SEE
TUE UNIVERSAL CAI
achine that makes lif
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wheels . . . $369.00
wheels . . . 442.00
ountable wheels 468.00
in wheels . . 339.00
lin wheels . . 412.00
lountable wheels 438.00
wheels . . . 299.00
wheels . . . 371.00
ntable wheels . 611.00
ntable wheels . 679.00
tires . . . . 448.00
. . . ... . 446.00
Edgefield Girl Honored.
Mrs. H. F. Cooper of the Meriweth
er section spent the Thanksgiving
season in Greenville with her daugh
ters,, Misses Christine and Estelle
Cooper, who are attending the Green
ville Woman's College. Miss Chris
tine is in the senior class and is edi
tor in chief of "The Entre Nous,"
the college annual, which is a distinct
honor. The Advertiser is always glad
to chronicle the successes and
achievements, of Edgefield's young
ladies and young gentlemen.
Mrs. Feltham and Mrs. Lawton
Wednesday afternoon Mrs. P. M.
Feltham and Mrs. J. Maner Lawton
entertained a number of their lady
friends, chiefly married ladies, at the
home of the latter. The spacious par
lors were beautifully decorated with
roses and other cut flowers for the
occasion. Eight tables were arrang
ed for bridge and after a spirited
game Miss Virginia Addison made the
highest score and was awarded first
prize. At the close of the game the
hostesses served a salad course with
turkey, followed by ice cream and
cake. The occasion was one of un
usual pleasure to those who were
honored with invitation.
Car Seed Potatoes for Spring
The Edgefield Produce and Ex
change has made a contract direct
with a grower in Aristook county,
Maine, for a car of Irish Cobbler
Seed Potatoes. These potatoes are
certified seed medium sizes and are
bought at a price that will enable the
Exchange to put them to the planters
at cost, not over $4.00 per sack. The
car will be ordered out the last of
December, and should arrive here the
middle of January. All who wish to
place orders for these potatoes should
see Major Collett at once and leave
order with him. The potates will be
sold for cash when delivered.
Notice is hereby given that all per
sons are forbidden to hunt or in any
manner trespass upon my land and
that of Limus Perry.. The law will
be rigidly enforced against those who
disregard this notice.
R. T. HILL.
the best ever.
e easier and better.
nd attractive terms,
(Terms if desired)
Masons Elect Officers.
Concordia Lodge No. 50, Ancient
Free Masons, met in regular commu
nication Friday night, December 1,
this being the date for the annual
election of officers and closing up all
business for the calendar year. AH
departments of work were reported
in excellent condition, more work hav
ing been done, more new members
enrolled, than in any like period in re
cent years. The finances of the lodge
were shown to be in particularly grat
ifying condition. After the close of
regular business, election of officers
was taken up, resulting as follows:
Worshipful Master,* D. J. LaGrone;
Senior Warden, J. S. Byrd; Junior
Warden, W. W. Fuller; Treasurer,
T. A. Hightower; Secretary, J. G.
Alford. Also the following appoint
ive officers were named; Senior Dea
con; Junior Deacon, J. W. Stewart;
Stewards, B. Cantelou and T. D. Bar
ker; Tiler; J. W. Reese. Mr. Reese
has been tiler since that time when
the memory of man runneth not to
the contrary. All these officers were
duly installed by Past Master W. A.
Collett, upon which the meeting and
the Masonic year passed into history.
Eat, Drink and
Be Happy I
Eat Huggins' Groceries.
Drink Huggins' No. 8 Coffee.
No. 8Coffee, "our city's best drink,''40c.
Country Dried Apples, a lb-"__15c.
Evaporated Peaches, a lb_20c.
Apple Butter, a lb. 25c.
MRS. DUKE'S MAYONNAISE..35C
MRS. DUKE'S RELISH.35c.
CRISCO, "best for cake making"..25c.
Lunch Tongue, a can._20c.
Plum Pudding, a lb_.___.45c.
Fruit Cake, each._.$1.85
AT THE DEPOT
For "SOPHIE MAE" Candies.
Fine for Xmas.