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Established 183S.
Office, No. 61.
Residence, No. 17.
Judge J. W. De Yore is holding
court in Chesterfield this week.
Mrs. A. JJ. Wis? has returned
after spending a month in Cameron,
S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Cogburn
spent Sunday in Augusta with Mr.
and Mrs. VIT. S. Cogburn.
The boys have sent in some
mighty fine corri. They will put
. many adult farmers to sha me.
* For Sale: 2 feather beds also
pillow's at 40 cents a pound. Apply
to" Mrs. VV. S. Adams, South Edge
/ Miss Mary Buford.
People are coming to the fair by
Tail, buggy, wagon, cart, auto and
-possibly by air ship.
Lay aside your work and meet
your friends and re'stives at the
?j. fair Thursday and Friday.
When yon are needing job print
ing "uf any kind send your orders to
The Advertiser job. office. Satisfac
tion guaranteed on every job.
Large stock of Eberson's Zinc,
Lea J and Asbestos paint; impervi
. ons to water, and resists the heat of
the sun. -
B. TimraonS.
For Sale: One car cotton seed
meal and hulls for sale or exchange
for seed. Apply at my cotton seed
house near old depot site.
. C. E. Quarles,
Mrv. Bettis Cantelou advertises a |
few high class horses in this issue.
, They were shipped direct from Lex
ington, Ky. This is a good oppor
tunity to get a high class horse.
Mrs. Minnie Hackett and her]
daughter, Miss Lillie Hackett, of
Augusta, are visiting Mrs. Hacketts
. brothers, Messrs. W. S., and W. VV.
Our stock of plantation hard
ware is complete in every detail.
VV. W. Adams & Co. '
A?other member for next year's
boys corn, club has arrived at the j
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ouzts.
The Advertiser will welcome James j
Byrnes Ouzts into the" club of 1911.
. Among ; ti ose -who attended the
Batesburg fair from Edgefield were
Mr. and Mrs.B. -B. Jones, Misses
Helen Tillman, Natalie Padgett and
Julia Folk.
Kew supply of printing material
just received at The Advertiser of
ficer. Send is your orders when
you need printing of any kind done.
. Among th* attractive floats and
vehicles in the trades display Fri
day-afternoon, will be one repre
senting the hardware store .if
, Messrs. Stewart & Kernaghan. Be
sides other things, they will have a
gasoline engine in full operation
running a .pump and-feed mill.
Red Hill school Opened Monday
morning with Miss Louise Lyon
and Miss Mabel Strom in charge as j
teachers. The patrons of this school
are fortunate in securing the servi
- ces of these young ladies.
Mr. J. M. Miner was in town
Monday ar.d dropped hi to see The
- Advertiser man as he usually does
-when he comes this way.: He gave
a good report of the outlook for the
Parksville fair.
For Sale:. Six-room two story
dwelling in south Edgefield. Excel
lent well in yard. Several acres of
good land: Terms easy-apply to
J. M. Cobb.
Office over Bank of Edgefield.
We hear that a 150 pound pump
kin w ill be on exhibition at the
Parksville fair, the product of a
West-Side farm. After the aforesaid
pumpkin has been awarded the blue
ribbon it will be "hulled
out" and the boys will play a game
of base ball'inside.
Mr. James O. Sheppard has been
elected president of the Eqphradian
Literary society ~?f the South Caro
lina (University! This is an honor
cf which any youug should be
proud. We extend ' sincere con
gi atulations to.ourjyo?ng friend.
We have never before shown
such a large and varied assortment
of rugs and art squares. The ladies
are invited to call and inspect these
Edgefield Mercantile Company..
Mr. Walter E. Holston was ?ii
Edgefield Saturday looking, after
the interests of his company, the
Georgia Cotton Oil Company of
Augusta. Mr? Holston is a most ex
callent.young mf>n who went out
from Edgefield several years ago
and has made good in the business
world. We expect to see him go
yet higher as an oil mill mau.
Miss May Roper went to Plum
Branch Saturday to ag?in' accept a
position as teacher in the Plum
Branch high school. Miss May is a
young lady bf very superior quali
ties. We congratulate the people of
Plum Branch upon having her teach
hem again.
Miss'Eiken Ouzts-opened lier
school at Flat Rock Monday. She
is an excellent teacher, having.giv
en entire satisfaction last session. .
Rev. T. P. Burgess will preach
at Edgefield Sunday, morning next,
at ll o'clock and at Trenton-at
7:30 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Adams, of
Clark's Hill,.were welcomed visitors
in Edgefield Tuesday and Wednes
Mr. Alvin Jones has sold his
printing plant in Hamlet, N.. C.,
and has entered the South Carolina
University. Alvan is a bright, am
bitious, energetic young man, and
we expect to see him make his mark
in the world.
Plantation For Sale.
. I desire to sell my farm four
miles from Edgefield, knowh as
the Harrison place, adjoining lands
of the Carroll Raiusford estate and
Mrs. Kate D. Butler. The place
contains 270 acres; two horse farm
open; two good buildings-one a
five room house. Apply to
Mrs. W. D. Jennings,
Augusta, Ga.
Now Business Manager.
Mr. William A. Edmunds, the
eldest son.of Mr. and Mrs, A.-A.
Edmunds, is now business manager
of the Hampton County News, pub
lished at Bronson, S. C. We con
gratulate our young friend upon
his rapid promotion. May The
News grow and prosper under his
Card of Thanks.
We take this means of thanking
our friends, both white and colored,
for services rendered in extinguish
ing the fire discovered in our store
early Friday morning. Through
their quick response and vigorous
work a very disastrous conflagration
was averted. Again we express our
profound gratitude.
May & Prescott.
Death of Mrs. Palmer.
Mrs. Georgia Ann Palmer died
Friday afternoon last at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. E. W. Samuel.
Her remains were carried on Satur
day to her old homo at Clark's
Chapel, near Blythes, Ga. for inter
ment. Mrs,! Palmer suffered a
stroke of paralysis four or five years
ago from which she never recovered.
She bore her suffering with patience
and fortitude, receiving the con
stant and devoted attention of her
loved ones throughout her long ill
Final 5>ays of Couri.
In the suit of Boatwright vs.
Abney to recover some valuable
land that was in dispute because of
the failure to agree upon the loca
tion of the dividing line of their
lands, a verdict 4yas awarded the
plaintiff. Two disinterested survey
ors will loca'e the disputed line. B,
E. Nicholson, Esq., and Sheppard
Bros. represented the plaintiff and
J. Wm. Thurmond, Esq., the de
The case of Yon ce vs the South
ern railroad, for damages in the sum
of ?2,000 for the failure of the road
to houor-a ticket that had not been
properly validated, resulted in a
verdict of $100 for . the plaintiff,
who was represented by Thurmond
?& Nicholson. The railroad-was rep
resented by Capt. N. G. Evans.
A number of minor suits were
disposed of, being altogether a very
busy week. Court adjourned Satur
day at noon.
Disastrous Conflagration Avert
Early Friday morning last about
six o'clock fire was discovered in
the store of May & Prescott by a
colored woman who was passing.
The alarm was immediately res
ponded to, the door forced open and
the flames extinguished in short or
der. The origimnust have been rats
and matches or spontaneous combus
tion, the fire having started above
the shelves where a quantity of
matches were stored.
The damage to the stock, about
about $300 or $400, was fully cov
ered by insurance. The building
which, was also insured was slightly
The floral parade Friday after
noon promises to surpass anything
of the kind held in Edgefield be;
fore which is saying a great deal.
We are pleased to learn that John
ston will TTe represented in the pa
Honor Roll. "
The honor roll in the Edgefield.
graded school for the month ending
October 19 th, 1910.
First grade, A section: Jlate
Minis, Rosa Zimmerman. B section:
Dixon Timmerinan, Louis Mims.
Second grade: Joseph Bailey,
Mary DeLoach, Juanita Ouzts,
Edith Ouzts.
Third grade: Gladys Lyon,. Emily
Bailey, Gertie Rearden, Laura Mor
Fourth grade: Leila Roper, Gene
vieve Norris, Eileen Hurling.
Fifth., grade: Onida Pattison,
Carroll Rainsford, Neva.:Weir.
Sixth grade: Blondelle Hart.
Seventh, grade: Nell Burges?,
Emmie DeLoach.
Eighth grade: Lizzie Roper, Gladys
Padgett, Adelia Britt.
An average of 90 in scholarship
and deportment must be made to se
cure a place on the honor roll.
Ali white teachers in the county
are requested .to - meet in the 'Audi
torium of the- South -Carolina C'o
Education?l Institute Saturday, No
vember 5th. at ll a. m., for the,pur
pose of\ reorganizing the t?acfi?rs'
A. R. Nicholson,
" Supt. of Ed.
Let us supply your table with
new crop Georgia syrup, Blue Rib
bon, Silver Prip, Silver Leaf syrup
or Cuba molasses. Can please tl?
most fastidious taste.
L>. Ti m m ons.
"We are ready for the hunters
with a full line of sporting ?roods,
such as guns, loaded shells^ hunting,
coats, belts, ea-.
Ramsey .& Jones.
We keep a full supply of repairs,
for the MeMormiek, Deering and
Osborne mowers. Call on us when
you need any parts.
Stewart & Kornagh?n. ;
"We have the celebrated Chatta
nooga two horse plows, t hey are
crop makers and mon ev savers.
W. Wi Adams & Co.
A car load of two pound farmers
bagging, let us supply your wants.
AV. W. Adams & Co. j
Lime For Sale: Just received |
large shipment of lime. Lei us-sn pr
ply your needs for lime for Sanitary 1
and Building purposes'-any quan :
tity from a peck to a Imudred bari
Adams Warehouse Company.
. For Sale: Improved Ii. R. oats
and one yoke of steers. "
W. D. Ouzts,
Edgefield. S. C.
R. F. D. No. 3.
When you want . a dep ludabl?
fountain pen-the best on thc mar
ket-try a Waterman. We carry a
full assortment of these celebrated
pens. /
. Penn & 3olsU?ia:
Another car load of Pittsburgh j
Perfect Fence just received- -any j
height you want. Now is the time ;
to rebuild your pasture fences. Ose.
Pittsburgh wireahdyon willhave)
no more fence troul
Stewart & Eeiwtghani j
We are jud1, y pr ?: ". .mr stock
of buggies. Wo car ry Gol um bus.
Babcock, Tyson . '? mes. I?. . -k
HilUHackney and S : tggies.
The variety of styles, makes, etc!,
will enable us to su il y ; e id
every purse. Ifunur? l's itu c.
customers praise the q .'.., ... ; DU:
Ramsey & Jones. :
We can furnish you with wire for
baling hay.
Stewart '& K. rhagh??.
.Fresh Car?-:!;: D ...
Fresh candies of all kinds made
everyday. French candie's fresh by
express. Giveiis.a call and you will
be pleased with our aVsbiuteiy pure,
fresh candy.
Edgefield :Gandy Kitchen,
Barker Building.
? for Sale
One of the finest farms in Edge
field county. 2S5 acres lying partly
in town of Trenton. She:.ld be ?100
per acre. Price $50 per sro.
E. J. Norris,
Real Estate and insurance.
Edgefieldi S. C.
V Oxidine h : ' ~f?y
die quick
surestrer :
emd Fey
malarial dis
A liver to* "? .
ney toni
tonic-c. :
If a system ? . . . -
tonic?3needed,; it IQ
-a bc/.' lc prc res.
The epeeifce for Mal ??....'SJ
and Fever and V:CJ
due to r;i;-or : : '. Pi
neys, liver, stomnci
and bowciS.
50c. At Your Droguista
For Sale By
T G. TALBERT, ''arir?ville, S. cj
?. . .
0?PQ??& ?f gs????*;
2\o one has' ever made_.? salve,
ointment or b?ilni to. compare with
Buck lpn s Arnica Salve. It's the one
peri'-, -r healer ox cuts, corns, bnrns,
bru:.-* % so es. scufds,'; boils, ulcers,
ec/.-r-:;, salt rhci;?!. vor sure eyes,
Colo or a::::d>: ur s?.iv;jins,
it".- ". ?.' uv ? InfoUi-hlu t iv ;:?es.
Oui\ y5c .ii \Y .ti 'Lynch Co.,
'?.??.!! 5? Holbein; B >P?Tnmons.
. ' - ? :'ro???'\y: -ci'
. '.] y--.--).. U'?y'?nv.- elai;.?> -\. lins't
the oslnU? of ?J. & ?oriV.'d, doce.'!s
:i?. rv?.?'! er-?by '.'r^ti?sy.?t! TO pr -sent
Un-.-. ... 'h.- und;^r?i;.';.',-LU o . :<. Iiis
air? ..?iey??, jrics?irs>| She ppa;? ?Iros,
duly attested within thirty days
fro:?: tiri* i??*t? md all pers o:s in
dehtod to s.ai-.i estate are beroi?y re
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tii;:.' v.-'y L*~V?- ?,......?-.....<,': ,; .. ma-'
?h:-.- -:... ''?:.. ?%ff?fr r mi!: and
will.haye it operation by next
season. Tho;?:.'i vi;I!j h.- strictly;
moe:ern 'in ail -'. 'ol' ila app.ointm'nits,.
a'r'ii?onifX?d rr^r,ch?a?.:t? mil j, and
will not on.I|---j.;':w Urgc/yk :d 'of .'
liOuV nut. TV i ' ? .turn, on:. ?I Mr o?' su
nen or rt ualwxi
'!.'::?; new ::t;i? w ..: ci -o wn-rel '
capacity .-located i,wo miles east of
T:-.--::Vm; at S*nlth\; pond. *
]'Y.rme??, - you can nov,' v a
?art?e ?cr??gg ot wheat, :. ; yon will '
no longer h?v? trouble, in et linn, it
ground; "Sffli guarantee .to give:
W. & Smith,
E; NV Smah. i
Li*r-!-t Saw, .Luth.?: and- h ?vin
gie M ins.. cii^ ne-'. ivoiieis.
Su:..pires ariSj if? pairs. Po t:t
qle , Stenm#ntf Gasoline Ku
o-i. Saw l/&ih\ Files; i'-;iis
unc? ftpcsM^QOD SA v'S
and SFLi^Ulp;
Gins and Press Repairs.
"Try" LOME A Hu. j
<v .(<].: of ce??rre t?hle?,'dining
bib!.-.- iit:?> librar? ,.r^?'des :wns n vcr
mo;-'- com p?elo. 'LiSrge ' ivjsortment
of s'. . ].v;in7e;,- ?Ss .T?;io-\
'. .- . -^'r .-?" Ao^iral; iOdm-vtor,,
or i- ii?x felt : noes at
'i^\(vCorr:e:- Store.
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.ivi'g??ekL-S. C.
-. . !. . .:. come to us tor vour
f-- . ' : t;:J!d. iljrkn.-y,"
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w:i .; , . ^:?.,.:;!O:W: t'i?
?ci : . : :. '.'.' '.: &$Xp- Co olly.
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iiamsey & Jones.
\'? e - J.i s!u".v. youi^a- ;is?purb line
of ion.; cortie , . .:;;' -
The Corner Si ore.
L>uV. ?, .? a will find now head
tixi:-.; . ?-"erv day or so in the milli
nery parlor ? of
The CoK?ev 5 tor J.
\\ o h?ve a full line of Stetson,
U:v . !-. a. Atertinsg 8.54 Broad, i
Angust?, Ga. - I
'all supply of. belting, packing
lace.leather always on hand.
Stewart & Kernaghan.
We have accepted the agency for
Babcock buggies. Large shipment
tow on the road. Call and inspect
these high-class vehicles. '
Ramsey cfc Jones.
For Rent: Two-horse farm. Ap
ply to P. P. Blalock.
If you are going to have "a float
OT decorated rig .in the Floral Pa
rade', don't fail to see our line of
crone and tissue paper. We sell on
. Dennison's paper, the standard
in all points of quality.
W. E. Lynch & Co
Xow is thc time to sew your
green patches for early grazing or
rn tiing. We can supply you with
seed wheat, rye, appler oats, Texas
oats, barley, crimson clover, vetch,
?itc. Prepare for hay while the sun
W. W. Adams & Co.
Oar load of stoves and ranges,
is the season for refurnishing
your kitchen. We can make prices
that will interest yon.
Ramsey cfc Jones.
We can furnish you underwear
for men, ladies, children, and in
fants. ' >. .
The Corner Store.
We have the best Clothes made
from $10 up. See F. G. Mertins,
I lie Tailor and Clothier, Gugusta,
Ga. . .
We now have the strongest line
and largest assortment of buggies
, we have ever carried., We sell
Ddiumbus, Babcock, Tyson & .Tones,
Sandford^Bock Hill and Hackney
buggies. Any style you want in
tee! or rubber tires.
Ramsey & Jones.
We have the , Knickerbocker
Jr ce Suspender that we sell for
Oe. Get a pair. F. G. Mertins,
Vrtgasta, Ga.
?Ali 'noys' Clothing at reduced
s, *5 suit for ?4, we have the
Clothes made. F. G. Mertin3,
Tailor and Clothier, Augusta,
F ill assortment of "Blue Ribbon"
>;1 ad , the best on the market.
B. Timraons.
intiful china closets in oak
and ni ".'loga ny,
Ramsey cfc Jones.
ir furniture department is
" stocked and our prices are
.-onable. It will be to your
; ye' to see us before buying.
Edgeiield Mercantile Company.
?o'w about a few dozen more or
ie > c 'ton sheets.
. W. W. Adams & Co.
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S''CKAk';i.E3 SGftiBKEiVS sows
j 153 Fifth Avenisa . New York!
While in New York'I selected in person a very large Fall and Wan
ter stock which is now ready for your inspection. I am very grateful
for past patronage and ask for a continuance iu future We guarantee
to sell you more and better goods for the" money than you can fmd any
where else. Come to see us and we will prove what we say. v
DRY GOODS: We have anything yon want in' dry goods, from
gingham at 5c to French gingham at 15c. Cheviots and suitings at 10c
to 25c. Dress goods in all the new weaves and shades from 25c to $1.25
per yard. See these goods before buying. White goods in madras, linen,'
nainsook, longcloth, lonsdale, cambric, good bleached homespun, yard
wide, -12 yds to the ?1.00, also at 5, 10 and 12c bleached. Ladies coat
suits in the latest styles and in all the leading-colors. In these goods we'
can save you from 25 to 33 1-3 per cent, in value. Ladies long'coats and
capes. Misses cloaks in all colors at bargain prices.
SHOES: One of our strongest lines is our shoe department.' Let us
show you our misses and children's school shoes. Our shoes are the best
makes and brands. Ladies'shoes $1.25 to $4.00. Misses 1.00 to $3.00,
children's 50c to ?1.25 and men's $1.25 to $5.00
MILLINERY: Ladies and misses ready-to-wear sailors and dress
hats. In th is line we are especially strong. We have all colors and shapes
handsomely trimmed. In this department we can save you from 25 to.50
per cent. Large stdbk of stylish hats for men and boys in all of the latest
colors. Caps for men and boys. " . .
CLOTHING DEPARTMENT: We desire to call especial atten
tion to our clothing department. We are offering some special bargains.
Men's suits $4.50 $12, $15 and $20-extra values. Boys suits run from
$1-to $5.50. We will on'y mention a few things in our notion depart
ment. We are leaders in ?aces, embroideries, ribbons braids and all kinds
of trimmings. Come in and let us show our many offerings.
FULL assortment of ladies', misses', children's and men's sweaters
Their special vaine will sell them. Beautiful line of shirtwaists and skirts
also ladies neckwear-collars, ties, bows. Beautiful stock of Gents Fur
nishings. Neckwear in all of the popular styles. Dress shirts 50o to $1.00
Boys shirts 25c to 50c. Hosiery for ladies, misses, children, mee and
boys. We are showing some great values in hose.
CALL to see our window shapes, lace curtains, rugs, art squares,
portiers, table covers from 35c to $3.99. Large line of hair goods, turbaos,
switches, bangs. Large assortment of back combs, side combs, and bar
rets. Hair pins of all kinds. Drop in to see us we can please you
sj Hil &31
e. Womeai
"Are you ?jolas io thc creeling ?
Women living on farms and in rural districts
haven't time to seek and enjoy social pleasures.
Distances are too gr??t-the work is too urgent
Wom?n grow lonesome and listless when robbed
of these pleasures.
e tera! Telephone
solves tlie problem. It enables women to talk with neigh
bors and friends and keep alive to the news of the day.
Our free booklet tells how you can have a t?l?phone in
your home at small cost. Women living in the coun?y
should write for it. Address ?
Farmers line Department
Souita Pryor St, Atlanta, Ga.
Heath Repair Shop
We repair automobiles, motorcycles, gasolene engines, bicycles, guns, pistols, sew
ingmachines, lawn mowers, and all small farm machinery. Lawn mowers sad
scissors sharpened. Agency for the reliable M. M. MOTORCYCLE.
W. S. G. HEATH, Proprietor
$100,000.00 to loan on improved property in Edgefield County. Give
number of Acres and improvements. We are headquarters. No delay. 16
years in this business exclusively.
JAS. FRANK & SON, :-: :-: :-: :-: Augusta, Ga.
The season will soon be here to use two
horse plows. We have
The Oliver Chill Plows,
The Vulcan plows
The Vulcan Subsoil
Also the Cole grain drill
Come in and let us show them to you.

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