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NO, 28
W. C. T. U. Meeting. Mrs. J. L.
Walker Entertained. Misses
Turner Entertain. Wel
comed Visitors.
Rev. A. C. Baker has accepted
the call of the Philippi Baptist
church and will enter upon his du
ties on th is month.
The monthly meeting of the W.
C. T. TJ. will be held in the home
of Mrs. J. H. White on Friday af
ternoon, 5 o'clock, and at this time
reports of the delegates to the state
convention will be given.
The Ridge association will con
vene with the Philippi Baptist
church at an early date.
Miss Clara Sawyer has returned
from a month's stay at White Sul
- phur Springs, N. C.
Misses Elliet and Conya Hardy
have gone to McBee where they
will teach school during the coming
lire. J. L. Walker was the de
lightful hostess for a luncheon on
Saturday morning, all present en
joying her hospitality to the fullest.
The decorations were of shasta
daisies and yellow and green were
also used about the dining roora
and parlor. Mrs. Walker was assist
ed by Miss Marion Mobley in re
ceiving her guests, and in giving
the score cards for six tableo of
rook, an animated game being play'
ed. The luncheon was served in
courses by Misses Helen and Mary
Walker. The table was beautiful in
its array of sparkling cutglass aud
dainty china and a large bowl of
daisies and ferns filled the center.
Miss Sue Sloan will soon leave
for the exposition, joining a party
of friends on the way.
Mrs. C. P. Corn has returned
from Walhalla where she visited
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will
Mrs. James Huiett and little son
-\ returned to Trilby,- Fla., on Friday
after a visit to the home of Mrs. M.
A. Huiett.
Mrs. J. S. Smith of Edgefield is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. W.
Miss Mollie Waters has returned
from a pleasure trip in northern
Miss Lizzie Owdom of Chappells
is visiting Mrs. M. W. Clark.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Lott and
Master Marion visited relatives at
Anderson last week.
Miss Ruth Coleman of Aiken is
visiting Miss Virginia Harrison
On last Thursday evening Misses
Frances and Bessie Ford Turner
delightfully entertained in compli
ment to their guests, Misses Chris
tine Kinard and Alleen Payne of
Greenwood. The surroundings of
the home were very conducive for
pleasure and the broad veranda held
several animated groups and the
flower laden pergoisi was an at
tractive spot where punch was serv
ed. The hours passed happily and
during the latter part of the evening
ices and cake were served.
Fred Sample and Fred Tutt of
Augusta were visitors here Sunday.
Mrs. John Waters of Saluda is
visiting in the home of Capt P. B.
Mrs. F. M. Boyd has returned
from a visit to her mother, Mrs.
Stewart at Chester.
Little Sammie Quarles was car
ried to the Augusta hospital on
Tuesday for medical treatment, his
physician Dr. B. L. Allen accom
panying him.
Misses Maud Ni.ckerson and
Clara Sawyer have returned from
the mountains of North Carolina.
Miss Mary Hamilton has gone to
Augusta to visit relatives.
Mr. Thomas White of Washing
ton, D. C., has been the guest of
his brother, Mr. James White.
Mrs. F. L. Parker was carried to
the Augusta hospital for treatment
on last Wednesday, being accom
panied by the members of her fami
ly. She has been sick for some time
and her many friends hope for her
a full recovery.
Mesdames B. L. Allen and J. T.
Covington spent a fe w days of the
past week with Mrs. Bettie Allen
at Fruit Hill.
John Einard of Newberry has
been visiting relatives here.
Mrs. W. A. Mobley has returned
from a visit to relatives in Virgin
A pleasant party of the past week
was the one on .Friday evening giv
en hy Miss Lizzie Criin in honor of
An Appeal to the Good Citiz*
of South Carolina.
We are engag?e! in a supreme
fort to rid the State once and for
of the evil effects of the sale of
quor. jThe approaching electioi
the most important which this St
has held in a quarter of a centu
It is of the utmost importance tl
every citizen should go to the p<
prepared to cast his own ballot, a
also prepared to give his time a
his energies and his best jndgmi
to obtaining a full attendance
his neighbors at the polls on el
tion day.
In behalf of the moral wei fa
in behalf of the physical welfare
the present and future generatic
of the State; and in behalf of t
financial prosperity of our State,
appeal to every citizen to regist
his own conviction and to make tl
majority against liquor so gn
that there may be no doubt as to t
real sentiment of this State, and
to the power and influence back
the enforcement of the law after
is voted.
Prof. A. M. DnPre,
Dr. C. E. Burts,
D. W. Robinson,
J. F. Lyon,
Robert McDougall,
Rev. K. G. Finlay,
C. F. Riser,
D. R. Coker,
J. L. Quinby,
J. L. Sherrard,
George H. Bates,
Chas. E. Danner,
George Waterhouse,
Neils Christenson,
Samuel Summers,
Ed DeCamp,
L. G. Potter,
A. G- Brice,
R. T. Caston,
Charleston DuRant,
W. W. Smoak,
Bright Williamson,
Rev. J. L. Harley, Supt An
Saloon League.
Mrs. R. L. Hollowell, Pres. W<
man's Prohibition League. v
Guy A. Gullick, Vice Pres. S. C
Inter-Collegiate Prohibition Leagu?
J. H. Breeden, Sec. Busiuet
Men's Prohibition League.
Mrs. Joseph Sprott, Pres. of
C. T. U.
W. J. Cart-r,
J. L. Mims,
C. P. Wray,
J. P. McNeil,
W. H. Keith,
Allen Graham,
L: P. Hollis,
C. C. Featherstone,
E. M. Peeples,
G..W. Gardner,
George Warren,
W. B. DeLoach,
J. T. Green,
Chas. Bobo,
L. S. Trotti,
G. A. Guignard,
Rev. P. D. Ri8inger,
E. C. Ridgell,
D. H. Crosson,
Allen Johnstone,
Dr. George B. Cromer,
M. R. McDonald,
J. T. Taylor,
N. F. Parish,
Wm. L. Daniel,
Judge R. O. Purdy,
Dr. C. D. Epps,
Robert S. Owens),
Rev. W. T. Herbert,
Jesse W. Boyd,
Howard B. Carlisle,
Rev. J. S. Moffatt,
W. P. Hamrick,
F. H.Hyatt,
Rev. E. O. Watson,
E. E. Bowman,
J. H. Boldridge.
Steering Committee for State-widt
her visitor, Miss Lovick of Bates
burg. The hostess was assisted by
her mother and Mrs. A. A. Horne
in helping to make the evening a
delightful one and all were soon en
gaged in progressive conversation.
Delicious refreshments were served.
P. B. Lewis and his family of
Waycross, Ga., spent Sunday with
J.C. Lewis.
Miss Annie Lee Barksdale of
North Augusta is visiting Miss Liz
zie Kate Anderson.
Editor and Mrs. J. Rutledge Me
Ghee will move in the Bartley house
this week. He and his family are
welcomed to our town.
Mrs. W. Lee Coleman has return
ed from Columbia Baptist hospital
where she has been under treatment.
Mr. Henry Watson of Edgefield
has been spending some time with
his sister, Mrs. J. Neil Lott.
Eleyenth Annual Convention
Held at Clark's Hill Last
Week. Meeting a Great
! It was a pleasure indeed to the
women who weie privileged to ?t^
Hend the W. M. U. at Clark's Hill.
Some thought, the distance* too
?great and did not attempt the trip !
! but could they have realized what,
[a treat was in store for them, trivia?'
hindrances would have vanished
and they like as would have been j:
on the way in the early morn. Thei
roads were so good that the tripit
was easily and quickly made. When j
we wer? in a few miles of the place;
you could begin to hear exclama^
tions o f surprise at the beautiful j
scenery on every hand. As we drove j
up, strains of the sweetest music i
reached our ears, a real orchestra, j
it seemed they must have. As first!
impressions are lasting we areal-'
ways glad for them to be pleasant, j
and so on this occasion, as ween-?
tered, the church was so attractive '
with pot plants, snow white covers!
over everything and all that could
have been done for the comfort and'
convenience of the meeting and^i
strains of that inspiring music?
reaching our ears, how could wfj?,
have felt other than that we wert?i
glad to bi there? That feeling itifA
creased with each hour of our sta$||
At the piano was Miss Kathrine^
[Adams, Miss Luke of Augusta wittit?
the violin and Mr. Hugh Adams df
Clark's Hill whh the cornet. These
young people did not play a few
times and leave us but let it be said
to their credit that they were there!
before the services began and stayed
until the close of each one. The
choir of about 15 splendid voices j
was just as faithful, and if the;
judges for the "Harvest Jubilee.
Queen" had been there they wouffi .'
not have gone any farther but couijte
easi?y -have closed their eyes att?':^m
lected a queen. It might have been
either a Miss or a Mrs. At ll
o'clock the 11th annual meeting of
the Wi M. U. of the Edgefield as
sociation was called to order by
that most faithful and efficient su
perintendent, Mrs. J. L. Muns of
Edgetield. It was regretted that our
faithful secretary, Mrs. T. P. Lyon,
was absent. Miss Sallie Minis was
asked to act as secretary which she
gracefully dtd and with much
ability. Devotions were conducted
hy Mrs. John Grims of Red Oak
Grove. Words of welcome were
most graciously extended by Mrs.
S. T. Adams of Clark's Hill and al
so by Rev. P. B. Lanham as pastor
of the church. If we had felt wel
come on entering we felt thrice wel
come after these most cordial greet
ings. This was responded to Mrs.
W. R. Swearingen, president of the
Berea society. The regular program
was then taken up and we listened
to a message from our state presi
dent, Mrs. J. H. Chapman, given
by Mrs. Charlie Strom.
Mrs. Mims' address and report of
the past year's work was enjoyed
and spoke encouragement to all.
This report tells us that we have 20
woman's mission societies, 5 Y. W.
A's, 2 G. A'.. 1 R. A. and 10 Sun
beam bands and up to this time they
have raised $918.15. For the or
phanage boxes $25, aged ministers
$8.50, Christian education $27,
home benevolences $295.50 and for
the hospital $3.42 in cash and two
boxes of linen were reported sent
there ,also $30 was given to fur
nish a room at Seivern academy.
As there are yet two months before
the slate works close we think that
we may yet reach our apportion
ment which was $1,550. ll societies
reported mission study classes held,
153 subscriptions to missionary
magazines, 16 societies reported
personal work done, ll report hav
ing held 12 regular meetings with a
definite program and 2 egg bands
was reported. This report I am sure
is encouraging to all and I think we
have oause to be grateful that we
accomplished so much.
At the last meeting at Bethany
the association was divided into
three divisions with a president'over
each. There were Mrs. P. B. Tal-,
bert of the 1st division, Mrs. J. T
Littlejohn of the 2nd and Mrs. G.
M. Sexton of the 3rd. This year
each president made a report from
her division and those from her di
vision stood at the front that all
(Continued on Fifth Page.)
School Has Auspicious Opening.
Senator and Mrs. Tillman
. Return From Three
Months Tour.
Much interest was manifested in
the opening exercises of the Trenton
High School on Monday, the sixth
An interesting program consisting
of speeches from Rev. Bailey and
Mr. J. H. Courtney. Mr. Julius
Vann and Mr. Andrew Yonce inter
jflpersed with several songs, was
thoroughly enjoyed. The same corps
of teachers consisting of Prof.
Scott, Miss Maud Moore, Miss Ruth
Salter and Miss May Harrison, have
been retained, which evidences the
fact that their past year's work was
highly satisfactory. One additional
teacher, Miss Sadie Long, shows
that the school is on a progressive
Standari and we believe that with
the spirit of co-operation from pa
ons and trustees this will be per
aps the most successful scholastic
year the Trenton high school has
?ever known.
The beautiful card party of Mrs.
A. Morrall on Friday morning
of last week was the most enjoyable
of the many social affairs of the
.past week.
fi Mrs. Pat Pearson of Gaffney has
?been the guest of Mrs. S. B. and
Miss Madge Mays of the Horn's
?Jreek section, and all of her Edge
eld and Trenton friends were de
ighted to see her. Mrs. Pearson
ts regent of the Daniel Morgan
chapter, D. A. R., is librarian of
khe handsome Carnegie library re
cently erected in this flourishing
town and is altogether an interest
ing and enthusiastic club woman.
Mrs. Ohas. S. Moore and little
son, Ben Tillman, of Atlantic City,
N. J., who have been spending the
summer at Saluda, N. C., are here
for a month's visit.
Senator and Mrs. Tillman and
Jfcriss Sallie May Tillnian^.Jaave. re
turned from their three months tour
of the north and west. The Senator
is feeling well and. looking well and
is very much delighted to be home
again. He said he had been looking
at new faces solong on his trip that
when he reached Trenton he felt
like kissing everybody he saw, even
though tho majority of the crowd
were men.
There is genuine sadness on
Church street and through the en
tire town that tho home of Mrs. J.
B. Knight is closed which signifies
that Mrs. Knight with her lovely
children have gone to Greenville to
make her home, where Mr. Knight
holds the positioa of clerk of the
United States District Court for
the western district of South Caro
Mr. Ned Holder of Augusta and
Mr. Donald Fletcher of Erie, Pa.,
are guests at the home of Senator
Mrs. Mary Johnson and little
grandson, Peter Parker, of Gran
tville are guests of Mrs. Anna]
Miss Mazie Mays of South Edge
field has been the guest of Mrs. S.
A. Morrrall.
Mrs. R. C. Mi??er of Batesburgj
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. j
W. Miller.
Mrs. Marks of Columbia has been
a very attractive visitor at the home
of Dr. Hunter during the past
Mr. W. M. Leppard of Columbia j
spent the week-end with friends]
here. As is always the case this gen
ial gentleman has a hearty welcome
when he pays a visit to his native
Miss Annie Laurie Walker of Bel
vede're has returned to her home af
ter a visit to her sister, Mrs. J. R.
Many praise the simple mixture of
buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc.,
known as Adler-i-ka. This remedy
is the most THOROUGH bowel
cleanser ever sold being even nsed
successfully in appendicitis. ONE
SPOONFUL relieves almost ANY
CASE of constipation, sour or gas
sy stomach. ONE MINUTE after
you take it the gasses rumble and
pass out. Adiler-i-ka cannot gripe
and the INSTANT action is sur
prising. Penn & Holstein drug
Yote next Tuesday
Gold Medal Contest at Baptist
On Snnday afternoon at [the Bap
tist church there will be two con
tests for gold medals. These con
testants have all arisen frotn the
first-class of contestants, and will
enter the higher contest, all having
won silver medals, either in decla
mation or oratory.
They have been to many points
in Edgefield county and have tried
to raise their young and appealing
voices for the prohibition ot that
curse which blights and blasts hap
py homes. The following is the pro
Song contest No. 1. Elliott Lew
is, Johnston, "My mother's voice."
Declamation oontest No. 1. Nita
Ouzts, Pleasant Lane. "The lips
that touch liquor shall never touch
No. 2. Julian Mims, Edgefield,
"Children's happy day" '
No. 2. Onida Pattison, Edgefield,
"Old Soapy."
No. 3. Daisy Smith, Harmony,
"Father, dear father come home."
No. 3. Florence Mims, "Two
No. 4. Dozier Tompkins, "The
brewer's big horses."
No. 4. J T Littlejohn, Jr., "Our
No. 5. Ora Bell Perry, "Please
won't you vote it out."
No. fi. Janice Morgan, "Pledge
with wine."
No. 6. Eleanor Miras, "Molly and
the baby."
No. 6. Helen Marsh, "The moder
ate plan."
No. 7. Song, William Jones,
"Youth's victory."
No. 8. Corrie Cheatham "Will '
Chorus by choir.
"Vote dry" buttons will be dis
Appeal For Prohibition.
llitor Thci Adverser: Y?5W
prohibition and you will be support
ing a form of laws that conform to
the laws of God. Vote for prohi
bition and you will be voting for
your home, your mother, your wife,
your children, your father, your
brother, your sister, your neighbor
and you will be aiding the churches,
and good government and good citi
zenship. It will be supporting the
ministers and good Christian wo
men who is praying for your loved
ones. It will be helping to throw
out the life-line to the many that are
perishing. If there were a gulf
around each county then they might
preach local option but what the
county needs all need, and what the
one don't need the other should not
have. The time has come and we
are at the place where the big way
and the narrow way separates,
narrow is the path and straight is
the way that leads from earth to
heaven. The first start and the
post is Jesus on the cross. It says
I am the way and I am the light of
the world, and I can't see how any
man can vote for whiskey and feel
that he has taken this right road.
This road can't be crooked or bent
so you can go any way you wish to
go, it will carry 3 ou straight but
you can't carry it crooked. It
don't go by the bar room, the ball
room and I don't think you will find
any men's or women's clubs on this
There are no gamblers, drunk
ards, robbers, extortioners, persecu
tors or profanity, backbiters or
gossipers. There won't be any
lynchers on this narrow way and I
can't see how there will beany men
on this good way that vote for
That broad road has so much
room that you probably will find
them ihere. All roads will lead to
torment but this straight way. All
others lead to hell, but when you
get there you won't be able to find
one road that 3011 can get away
from it. Not one road to get out
on, so keep on the right road.
Mothers are teaching their littie
children as they sit around the fire
side, as they climb around on their
lap, as they press their little darling
boys to their breast to hate whiskey
more and love it less, while the
whiskey dealer is using paid adver
tisement to make the press unclean.
But with the|ballot box we will
blow them up and out as if they
was struck with a submarine.
T. A. Owdom.
Meeting St., S. C., Sept. 6, '15.
School Begins Next Monday.
Glorious Revival Meeting.
Pay Rolls Help Busi
Mr. Editor: We have just closed
a very glorious meeting of the
Parksville Baptist church, having
an addition of 2C by confession, and
it was a very impressive sight to see
these young men and young ladies
go through the ordinance of bap
tism, acknowledging their Master
and stepping out on the right side.
We feel that, we are very fortunate
in being blessed with such a conse
crated pastor, Rev. Joh o F. War
ren, who, with the assistance of
Rev. Williams, of Augusta did
some faithful and plain preaching
during our protracted meeting.
Misses Nona and Caddie Rob
ertson of Augusta who spent a part
of their summer holidays at the
home of their kinsman, Mr. and
Mrs. H. M. Robertson, returned to
their home yesterday.
Prof. and Mrs. Lide came itt one
day last week and will keep house
while teaching here. School will
will open Monday Sept. 13th.
We all certainly feel well repaid
for going out to hear Hon. Joseph
G. Camp make his prohibition lec
ture which was convincing and we
believe Parksville will go unani
mously for prohibition.
Miss Robbie Parks who has been
visiting at the home of her grand
patents. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Parks
returned to her home in Augusta
Misses Marie Blackwell and Rqaada
Talbert leave today to attend a
house party at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. F. C. Robertson of McCor
mick which was given in honor of
their nidce Miss Permelia, daughter
of Dr. and Mrs, R. T. Jennings of
Mr. J. L. Leary of North Caro
UnAjiaa^gfrfttej1 posjijoji, with^
Mr. T. Garret T??bert ass salesman.*"'
Miss Gazzie Osborne left Mon
day for Shelby N. C., to visit her
grand parent, Maj. S^chenk, who ia
very sick.
Mr. Herbert Parks leaves aopn t >
enter up-.n his duties at Clemson.
Miss Scrappie Dorn, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Dorn oi the
Grove neighborhood is visiting at
the home of her sister Mrs. .J* H.
Miss Lilian Parks, of Augusta, i*
much improved in health since
drinking the waters of Parksville
and getting the fresh country oeone,
io fact she is well again.
You would think if you passed
through the town of ParksviUe on
Saturdays that it was Christmas
times as we have about 200 saw mill
people they put about $1360,00 in
circulation every week, and it has
been the bridge that has carried us
over during these war times.
Judge John and Mrs. Branson
are among the visitors of oui town
this week.
The following are the dehgates
to the association which is to be at
Red Hill, A. W. Bradshaw, W.
P. P. Parks, W. M. Roberton, T
G Talbert and W G Blackwel.
Mr Floy Graves and family have
moved in among us.
Mr Watson Talbert will lfli&ve in
a few days for Columbia, where he
will take a pre-medical coarse in
the South Carolina Uuiversity.
Very Happy Occasion.
Satuiday last was one of the .hap
piest davs that Mrs. Jane Barling
has spent in her long and- useful
life. Altogether to her surprise, her
children arranged a celebration of
her 60th birthday at the bcfme of
her daughter, Mrs. M. H. Deal.
The occasion was also a v*ry de
lightful family reunion, all pf her
children being present except Mr.
W. Holloway Harling who was
prevented from attending #n ac
count of pressing business duties.
Surrounded by those who ase near
est and dea i est to her, Mrs-. Har
ling enjoyed the splendid feast
which had been prepared by loving
hands. The sumptuous dinpfcr was
suggestive of wedding bells. We
know whereof we speak, for we
were presented with a large Waiter
by the hostess that was well sup
plied with turkey, chicken, ?alads,
pickles, several kinds of pia?, cake
other delicious things, Mfcy this
good mother and grandmother be
spared yet many years t^Hjir'loved

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