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Office No. 61.
Residence, No. 17.
Wednesday, April 28.
Ex-Gov. John C. Sheppard is in
St- Louis in the interest of the
Knights of Honor.
Mrs. W. M. Hunter of Ora.
Laurens county, is here visiting her
daughter, Mrs. L. T. May.
Mrs. Alice Cooner of Batesburg
is here visiting Mrs. JViaiy J. Kor
rie and Mr. E. J. Norris.
Dr. A. H. Corley is in Columbia
attending the annual convention of
the South Carolina Dental associa
Miss Aileen Walker of Hawkins
ville. Ga., ia the guest of her cous
in, Mrs. James R. Cantelou.
Miss Alleen Bell who is one of
the teachers in the Granitevilie
graded school spent Saturday in
Dr. J. W. Kilco will preach at
Trenton Methodist church next
Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Let
all the people who can do so, hear
* him.
Mr. A. E. Padgett and Mr. E. J.
Minis aro in Columbia attending a
meeting of group four of the South
Carol ina Bankers a ssociation.
Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Byrd went to
Columbia yesterday afternoon a la
automobile. Dr. Byrd ?? attending
the raeetingof the South Carolina
Dental association.
Mi. W. O. Cain of Sumter spent
Sunday here with his daughter.
Mrs. E. S. Rives, having come over
from Columbia where he attended
the Confederate reunion.
Miss Sallie Hey ward is the guest
of Mrs. B. B. Jones for several
days, being en route from Cleora,
where she has been teaching: in the
Bruneon school, to her home in
After spending a week in Fdge
field, aa guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.
L. Mirns, Rev. and Mrs. John Lake
will leave to-morrow for Oran?re
_burg tc attend several missionary
meetings in that county.
Thecantata which will be.giver
in the opera house on the night of
May 14 will be the most attractive
entertainment of the kind ever giv
en in Edgefield. A full program will
be published next week.
The Edgefield County Inter-De
nominational Sunday School con
vention will meet with the Baptist
^church at Plum Branch on Wednes
V'day and Thursday the 12th and 13th
of May.
During Mrs. Davis' visit to
Edgefield association, she was the
guest of the Ye ung Woman's Aux-?
iliary of "Edgefield at an informal
reception on Monday evening at the
home of Miss Ruth Tompkins.
The Columbia district conference
of the Methodist church will meet
in Johnston on Thursday and Fri
day of this week. This conference
is composed of pastors, local preach
ers, and four to six lay delegates
from each pastoral charge.
Mr. J.. Rutledge McGhee, the
editor of the Batesburg Herald,
was in Edgefield Monday in the in
terest of the paper which he will es
tablish at Johnston. The first issue
of the Johnston Times will appear
the 6th of April.
The play, "The Mock Marriage,"
will be given in tue opera house
Friday night in the interest of the
public library. Generul admission
25 cents and reserved seats 35 cents.
Tickets on sale at the drug store of
Penn and Holstein.
Miss Eva Hite, the president of
the South Carolina Rural School
Improvement * association, has ap
pointed Miss Ida Lou Morgan as
the leader of this county. We trust
that the teachers will give her their
full co-operation
District Attorney J. W il lia m
Thurmond has returned Irom the
reenville term of the United States
ort. He entered upon the duties of
is office early in the term and we
predict that no district attorney can
be found who will discharge his du
ties more ably or more faithfully
than Mr. Thurmond.
When yon come to the Chautau
qua next Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday make our store your
headquarters. You will always bf
Mukashy Bargain House.
(Continued trom First Page.)
Aiken to visit Mrs. W. C. Ashley.
JVlr. Hugh C. Latimer of Bir
mingham, Ala., attended the Mob
ley-Harailton wedding.
Mrs. Claud Lott entertained a
few friends with a delightful tea
on Wednesday evening.
Mrs. J. B. Haltiwauger of Green
wood is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
W. F. Scott.
Mr. and Mrs. Smyly Stevens and
Mrs. E. L. Stevens and Miss Lena
Stevens of Meeting Street visited
here during the week.
Visitors here last week from
Edgefield to the Mobley-Hamilton
wedding were Mrs. W. E. Lott and
Misses Elizabeth and Effie Allen
Lott, Mr. and Mrs. James Tomp
kins and Mr. Paul Cogburn.
Mrs. F. M. Warren and .Air. R?b
el t Warren spent last week in Co
lumbia with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Whittaker
will go to Charlotte about the first
of May where the former has ac
cepted a position. For nearly a
year Mr. Whittaker has been super
intendent of this telephone system,
and has resigned this office. It is a
regret to all that they will make
their home elsewhere.
On Thursday evening at the
Methodist church Miss Helen Thack
er and Pr. Harry C. Raysor of St.
Matthews were united in marriage,
the happy event taking plaee at
6:30 o'clock. The church was very
beautiful with palms ami quanti
ties of wisteria festooned the chan
cel which was lighted with tapers.
Previous to theoereraony Miss An
nie Henagan of Columbia, sang
k*0 perfect day," and "I love you
truly,1' being accompanied on the
violin by Mr. (-?uy Horne. The bri
dal chorus was ?sung by 20 of the
bride's friends of this place. The
ushers were Messrs. Earl Smith,
Julian Wertz and J. A. M urray, of
Columbia, Frank Raysor of St.
Matthews. Four little girls, Kath
rine Norris Wright, Frances Crouch,
Camile Braden burg and Dorothy
Sue Simms opened the gates at the
chancel for the bridal party to en
ter. Little Margaret Platt was the
ring bearer. Thc three maids w?.re
Misses Annabelle and Jimmie Beth
Thacker, sisters of the bride and
Miss Marion Henegan of St. Mat
thews. They wore while coat suits
with large black hats ?nd carried
shower bouquets. The dames of hon
or were attired in wisteria colored
toilets and were Mrs. J. H. Thack
er, the bride's mother, and Mrs.
Julian Wertz a sister of the groom.
The bride entered with her sister,
Miss Ruth Thacker, and was met
at the altar by the groom with his
best man Ur. O. W. Wrightson, ol
Spartanburg, the Rev. J.-li. Thack,
er, the bride's father perforn ing
the ceremony. The bride was attired
in a covert cloth suit with all da
tails ot her toilet matching an J car
ried an armful of roses. After th;?
ceremony the bridai pair left in a
car for Columbia and thence to St.
Matthew, the home of the groom.
Among the out of town guests were
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Raysor, Mrs.
E. E. Platt, Mrs. J. A. Wenz and
Miss Dorothy Wertz and Mr. D.
M. Ariel.
The last meeting of the New
Century Club which was held with
Mrs. F. M. Boyd was delightful and
instructive. After routine business
and the discussion of some points
concerning ciub well fare, the lesson
study was taken up and iii the ab
sence of Mrs. C. D, Kenny the lead
er for the afternoou, Miss Alma
Woodward took charge of the study
hour and gave several interesting
facts of the authors studied wno
wtrc John Fox, Jr., Harold Bell
Wright and Owen Wistar, Rex
Beach, Paul Leicester Ford, Thom
as Dixon and Henry Van Dyke.
Each of the 2o members were given
some part of the program which
made it a very full one. Besides the
members there were several invited
guests who enjoyed tbe social hour
and during the' time, the pictures
of the traveling art exhibit of Wil
liam Silva were viewed. Tue hos
tess assisted by Mesdames J. VV.
Marsh and A. X. King' served re
freshing ices and cake in which the
club colors were carried out.
An Attractive Program.
In addition to the attractive
Chautauqua program published
elsewhere in thisit>su?, there will be
addresses by prominent men each
afternoon. At -?:'40 o'clock Monday
afternoon t.he Hon. John L. McLau
rin will speak; Tuesday afternoon
at the same hour Congressman J. F.
Barnes will deliver an address, and
Congressman Lever has been secur
ed for Wednesday. U pon the whole,
a more attractive program could
oat have been arranged for the three |
days of the Chautauqua. Each en
tertainment will be varied, so as to
afford diversion for all who attend, i
Missionary Rally at Republican.
Republican missionary society
was the hostess on Tuesday last for
the meeting of the rally of the 2nd
The speakers and visitors who
left Edgdfield on Tuesday morning
at 8:30 o'clock did not study^well
the distance to be traveled, as it was
about 12 o'clock when the journey's
end was reached. As they arrived
however, there was every evidence
that many had already reached the
church and the singing was in prog
ress. At Republican, we found one
of the very best choirs yet found in
our county, Mrs. Bradley who ia in
charge of the Colliers school being
the very efficient organist and also
a part of the choir.
Mrs. J. T. Littlejohn president
of the Sind division was in charge
of the meeting, and Rev. J. T. Lit
tlejohn., pastor of the church and
Rev. P. B. Lanham were also pres
ent. Reports from the societies were
heard f rom, most of them having
The first speaker was our beloved
and honored missionary John Lake
who made one of his inspiring and
soul stirring addresses on China
and the especial needs of the fields
and the suggested aid to them in the
Judson Centennial for which fund
a very substantial collection was
At the close of this address all
the congregation was cordially in-'
vited to partake of what proved to
be a very delightful and tempting '
repast out under the beautiful trees
of this splendid old church.
After dinner all the congregation
repaired to the church, and heard
Mrs. L ike tell many interesting and
quaint customs and incidents of the
Chinese life and of their -palhetiP
needs. In' Chinese costumes she and
Mr. Lake and Mrs. Tillman, who
had been an apt pupil in learning a
Chinese song, gave a pleasant mo
ment to the congregation, trans
lating from English into Cbinese
that popular child-song "Jesus loves
Mrs. Geo. E. Davis of Orange
burg, the state superintendent of Y.
VV. A. work for South Carolina,was
present and impressed the great
need and opportunity for the work
among the young women of South
Carolina. Mrs. Davis had air read}
won the hearts of the Edgefield giris
at Denmark and at Mt. Creek and
likewise the girls of this section ex
pressed their intention of early or
ganizing in the Colliers community, j
At th 3 close of Mrs. Davis'ad- j
dress, Mrs. Tillman by special re
quest, gave some "Glimpses of the
Holy land" and this was a great
benefit and of exceeding interest to
all thc hearers, all of whom were
thc more interested on account of
the personality of the speaker.
The ladies as well as the nun of
Republican manifested great hos
pitality and interest in the meeting
and added in the largest measure to
the success of the occasion.
The party who left Edgefield on
Tuesday morning, consisting of Mr.
and Mrs. Lake, Mrs. Geo. Davis,
Mrs. Faunie Tompkins, Mrs. Till
man and Mrs. J. L. Mime, partook
of the hospitality of that ideal home,
Rose Cottage, where reside the
friends of every good cause, Rev.
and Mrs. J. T. Littlejohn.
On Wednesday morning, having
partaken of a refreshing breakfast,
the party betook themselves to Plum
Branch fifteeu miles away.
At the appointed time, 10:3? the
ral Iv of the thiid division met at
Plum Branch church, Mrs. G. M.
Sexton, president of the division in
charge, and Mr? S. T. Adams as
secretary. This was indeed a splen
did occasion, all of the societies
largely represented, except Red Oak
Grove which had sent their delega
tion to Republican the day before
on occount of the convenient dis
At this meeting Mrs. Bracknell
of Plum Branch welcomed the
visitors very cordially and Mrs.
Tillman was given the first place on
the program. This was followed with
a ten minutes talk from Mr. Boze
raan on the orphanage at Green
wood. Mr. Lake then caine to the
platform and gave many new and
thrilling scones in old and new
China and presented the cause of
Judson Centennial or explaining its
purpose. A"substantial amount was
received here informally, as a col
lection for this purpose had already
been taken some months ago. Those
who could not give wished that they
could, and those who would not
must indeed have been hard to im
The dinner on the grounds was
most elaborate and bf such a variety
that the most fastidious could not
have gone away hungry. There was
a delectable morsel for everybody.
At the afternoon session Mr.
Lake conducted the devotions and
Mrs. Davis presented her especial
work in her characteristic and ear
nest way, clearly impressing upon
E cordi;
come i
mer merchandis
ially to the folio
including Handkerchiefs,
only five button coat shirt
The Florsheii
Both unex^celjed for servie
a permanent -cus?
We have some
just arrived,
Manhattan Sh
Our styles in
latest words in si
. All sizes in "B
Make Our S
ra i
- Next door to^WV W. Ad
each one the value of the young
woman's auxiliary work.
"The Lord is ray Shepherd" was
sung by Mr?. Harris of Troy, Mrs.
Davis of Orangeburg and. Mrs. Till
man of Eischeid.'
At the close of this hour greatly
to the i egret of the Edgefield party
most of them had to begin the 23
mile journey for home in order to
reach EdgeHeld before nightfall.
Mr. and Mrs. Lake remained, .Mrs.
Lake in her sweet and gracious man
ner bringing home to the congrega
tion ihe urgent needs of China. As
the meeting closed Mr. and Mrs.
Lake sinix God be with you till
we meet again" in Chinese and
gave'their hand in farewell to their
beloved friends and missionaries
who expect soon to return to the
far away conn ty.
F. A, M.
Three Boxes Bid lt.
Jeter Street Man Tells of Hia
Mr. Paul's work brought a strain
on Bis kidneys, which resulted in a
bad attack of various aches and
pains. This (rouble might have be
come more serious had not Doan's
kidney pills been used. Three boxes
made a cure, read about it.
T J Paul, Jeter street, Edgefield,
savs: "My trouble was brought on
by being on my feet continually. I
had a dull pain in my back and I
tired easil\. When I was tn my feet
for any length of time, my back got
sore and stiff. My rest was broken
at night, as the kidney recretions
were too frequent in passage, caus
ing me to get up a number of times.
After using three boxes of Doan's
kidney pills procured at Penn &
Holstein's drug store, I was cured
of my backache and other symptoms
of kidney trouble."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don'i
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's kidney pills-the same
that Mr. Paul had. Foster-Mil burn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
.J5ee our attractive line of summer
underwear and hosiery. Our goods
?re all new and fresh.
Mukashy Baigain House.
illy invite the trading public to
n and inspect our Spring and Sum
e. We call your attention espec
wing items:
Neckwear, Hose, Underwear, Shirts. We have the
; in town for $1.00.
n Oxford for Men
e Excelsior Oxford for Boys
?e, syle and comfort. One pair of them will make you
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m Beach and^ White Oxfords.
? very beautiful Palm Beach Suits
irts in all sizes.
Straw and Panama Hats are the
immer headgear for men and boys.
. V. D's.
tore Headquarters During
Lqua Week, May 3-4-5
ms &: Cu: ' Edgefi??d, South Carolina^
Car leaves every morning from Oregon
Hotel, Greenwood, S. C., at 10:30 A. TL
and arrives at Edgefield at 1:30 P. M.;
leave Edgefield at 3:30 P. M. and arrive
at Greenwood at 6:00 P. M.
Car leaves Penn & Holstein's Store, at
Edgefield, at 10:30 A. M. Arrives at
Greenwood at 1:30 P. M. Leaves Green
wood at 3:30 P. M. and arrives at Edge
field at 6:00 P. M. .
Passengers will be taken on at Gaines,
I Kirksey, Onzts Co. and G. T. ?uzts' Store,
Pleasant Lane. G. M. & P. A. Timmerman
and 8. T. Williams.
Fare for Round. Trip to Greenwood
I $5.00-One Way $3:00.
Bus Line
G. T. OUZTS, Prop. i

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