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Important! Red Cross Mem
bers Please Take Notice.
At a called meeting of the Red
Cross executive board on March 4, it
was decided to form a class in "Ele
mentary Hygiene and Home Care for
Since the great stress of war work
is lessened, the Red Cross is urging
the chapters to take up this form of
home service. In response, more than
fifty thousand women have taken this
The epidemic of influenza last win
ter fully demonstrated the terrible
need of women who know enough of
the laws of health to help in prevent
ing the spread of disease and to take
care of those who are in distress.
This course with Red Cross in
structors gives practical demonstra
tion of how to take of sick people in
the home; making the bec, preparing
the proper food, doing the right thing
in emergencies and helping in every
intelligent way to save life.
All members of the Edgefield chap
ter, the Trenton branch and the
county auxiliaries are invited to jo;,i
the class now being organized by the
chapter. Each member of the class
will pay one dollar to help defray ex
penses, and fifty-five cents for her
own text book. The chapter will pay
from the treasury all other expenses
of equipment and instruction. The in
structor will be sent to us from E'.ed
Each branch and auxiliary is ear
nestly requested to have as full a
representation as possible in this
work for the welfare of our county.
Please notify your secretary, who
will send a list of the names to Mrs.
J. G. Alford, Edgefield, chairman of
the committee in charge of this work.
All names must be given to Mrs.
.Alford by the first of April.
ANNIE M. CLISBY,
Week of Prayer at Baptist
Friday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock,
the Woman's Missionary Society will
hold their monthly meeting at the
On Sunday morning as a beginning
to the annual week of prayer for
Home Missions, Rev. R. G. Lee, the
pastor will preach a sermon in lins
with the subject of the following
There will be three prayer services
on Monday ,Tuesday and Wednesday
afternoons at 3:30, the last meeting
being the occasion for the ingather- .
ing of the Home Mission envelopes,
which have been distributed some .
Mrs. D. B. Hollingsworth in charge
Monday, 3:30 P. M.
Subjects: Cuba, and Among the
Hymn: We Praise Thee 0 God.
Sentence prayers for the service.
A Glimpse of Cuba: Mrs. E. S.
Reading of Story, Josefa: Mrs. E.
Some Contrasts: Mrs. Mamie N.
Reading of Story, "Bolly Boo:"
MTS .J. W. Peak.
Tuesday, 3:30 P. M.
Subject: Mountain Schools.
Reading: Give Them a Chance.
Hymn: Saviour, Like a Shepherd
Reading: Unto the Least of These.
Hymn: Hark, the Voice of Jesus
Wednesday, 3:30 P. M.
Subject: Baptist Army Camp
Song: There's a Star on the Flag
Two Readings: (1) An Incident in
an Influenza Camp, Mrs. B. L. Mims;
(2) How we observed Mothers' Day
in the Camp Chapel, Broad
Hymn : America.
Ingathering of Envelopes.
We have received the most beauti
ful selection of silks in silk poplin,
taffeta, messaline, crepe-de-chine and
georgette. In solid and fancy colors.
Look through our silks and you will
be pleased with the selection and the
To buy 200 bushels of charcoal.
E. W. Samuel.
LOST:-Between Edgefield and
Berea church, one 34 by 4 Fisk cord
tire and rim. Reward if returned to
R. N. Broadwater.
I hereby forbid all persons from
making contract with or employing
in any manner, Walter Donaldson, a
yellow negro boy about 17 years of
age, as I have a contract with him
for the year 1919.
T. L. Talbert.
Pleasant Lane News.
. Mr. Walter Byrd was a visitor in
our commnuity during the past week.
Strangers who come through here
must wonder where the supervisor is.
Our roads are almost impassable.
Quite a number of men attended
the "choppings" given by Messrs.
Tom Pardue and Julian Parkman du
ring the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Manly, Mr. and
Mrs. R. M. Harling, Mr. and Mrs. J.
C. Williams and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. I
Timmerman were entertained at din
ner, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. i
M.- Timmerman last Sunday. ]
N. F. Manly and J. P. Timmerman ]
have gone to Greenwood on business. (
Numbers of people have taken ad
vantage of the shoe sale on at Mr. S. <
T. Williams' Store. He has some j
splendid values, which he is offering j
for less than half price. (
A large selection of georgette and s
crepe-de-chine waists have just ar
Petit Jury, Third Week.
P. N. Lott, Johnston.
T. A. Broadwater, Pickens. j
S. L. Lybrand, Ward.
J. F. Boone, Moss.
T. B. Culbreath, Talbert.
J. M. Gardner, Meriwether.
Fred Barker .Meriwether.
R. J. Moultrie, Moss.
J. T. Hammond, Collier. I
W. E. Pardue, Shaw.
J. R. DeLaughter, Collins.
W. A. Morgan, Moss. '
L. J. Miller, Blocker. s
E. J. Norris, Pickens. j
T. P. Lyon, Collier. ,
H. L. Williams, Moss. <
J. R. Griffis, Moss. i
C. R. Holmes, Collier. <
B. M. Sullivan, Wise. i
W. A. Mobley, Johnston.
T. L. Talbert, Collier.
R. P. McCary, Elmwood.
W. R. Hoyt, Pickens.
G. M. Lowry, Elmwood.
T. C. Hammond, Collier.
P. L. Young, Edgefield.
A. A. Gibson, Johnston. 1
J. Neal Lott, Johnston. i
T. J. Wash, Moss. 1
T. L. Miller, Collier.
J. C. Williams, Blocker.
S. J. Reynolds, Collins.
Sam Agner, Collins.
W. F. Holston, Edgefield.
J. R. Bryan. Elmwood.
(?old Shell and Ste]
values from SI.00 t(
sale 25c. to 50c.
Values $5 Sal?
These rings have the
and fire of the genuii
an expert can tell the
Come and see the most exquis
at such io
Mr. T. E. Cheshire con
factories of the East with tl
is truly a ring exposition w
Sale lasts 3 days
Friday and Saturd
The Best Laxative.
"My sedentary habits have necessi
tated the use of an occasional laxa
tive. I have tried many but found
nothing better than Chamberlain's
Tablets," writes George F. Daniels,
Hardwick, Vt. Mr. Daniels is proprie
tor of the Hardwick Inn, one of the
model hotels of New England.
Notice of Final Discharge,
To All Whom These Presents May
WHEREAS, J. Earle Ouzts has
made application unto this Court for
Final Discharge as Administrator in
:e the Estate of A. C. Ouzts deceased,
sn this the 24 day of February, 1919.
THESE ARE THEREFORE, to
:ite any and all kindred, creditors, or
parties interested, to show cause be
fore me at my office at Edgefield
Zourt House, South Carolina, on the
24 day of March 1919, at ll o'clock
I. m., why said order of Discharge
mould not be granted.
W. T. Kinnaird,
J. P. C., E. C., S. C.
February 24, 1919.
Ten thousand feet of lumber at my
John R. DeLaughter,
North Augusta, S. C.
Sale of Personal Property.
We, the executors of the estate of
;he late Silas Yonce, give notice that
vc will sell at his late home to the
lighest bidder on Friday, March 21,
it 10 o'clock, a. m., the following
personal property: One horse, one
nule, one buggy, two two-horse wag
ons, one one-horse wagon, mower and
.ake, stalk cutter, planters, guano
listributors and other farm imple
E. L. Yonce,
J. Wilbur Y'oncc,
Arthur M. Herrin,
FOR SALE-Rhode Island Red Eggs
Tor setting. $1.25 per 15. Three pens
:o select from, 1 Rose Comb and 2
J. D. Kemp,
Edgefield, S. C.
Suc&Sen-s ?rraica S?L ve
rtie Scsi Solve En The World.
.ling- Silver King's.
) $5.OD, during this
Beautiful design to
3 Price $1.00
; brilliancy, luster
ne diamond. Only
ite dinner rings ever offered
nes direct from the large
lis wonderful display. It
orth going many miles to
ay, March 13, 14,
d, s. c.
Our large stock, of new spring
millinery has arrived and is
now on display ready for the
ladies. It is the largest and
most carefully selected stock
of millinery that we have ever
Miss Holland will take great
pleasure in showing all of the
ladies these beautiful creations.
Several large shipments of La
dies' and Misses' Silk dresses
arrived this week.
The police are constantly receiving
notices of stolen automobiles. At
lanta reports the theft of Buick
no. 432821, Ford no. 2218307, Chan
dler no. 52160, Chandler no.469?'-0,
Mitchell no. 82657, Ford no. 1179224
Ford no. 000014, Buick no. 299275.
Augusta reports theft of Chandler
no. 56697. Charlotte reports loss of
Chalmers no. 100639,. Raleigh re
ports theft of Dodge no. 181380.
Some were stolen in Columbia also.
I can insure new cars against Fire,
THEFT and Lightning for $1.75 per
$100.00, One Year.
Phone No. 50.
E. J. Norris,
Edgefield, S. C.
Feb. 12. 2-t.
Given by an Edgefield Citizen.
Doan's Kidney Pills were used
they brought benefit.
The story was told to Edgefield
Time has strengthened the evi
Has proved the result lasting,
j The testimony is home testimony.
The proof convincing.
It can, be investigated by Edgefield
T. J. Paul, Jeter St., says: "My
trouble was brought on by being on
my feet so much. There were dull
pains in my back and I tired easily.
When I was on my feet any length of
time my back would get sore and
lame. My rest was broken at night be
cause my kidneys acted too often. I
got Doan's Kidney Pills at Penn and
Holstein's Drug Store and after using
them I was cured of the backache
and other symptoms of kidney com
plaint." (Statement given June 9,
On February 8, 1918, Mr. Pf.ul
said: "I have had no occasion to use
a kidnc, medicine since I recom
mended Doan's Kidney Pills some
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy-get
Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that
Mr. Paul had. Faster-Milburn Co.,
Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
Ford One-Ton Worm Drive Trucks
The cars and trucks that are at prices in'reach of every
body. PLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW.
Yonee Motor Company
Authorized Ford Dealers
F. E. GIBSON, Pres.
O. C. LEE, Sec. and Tream |T
Jures Old ?cres, Other Remedies Won't Cure.
Thc worst cases, no matter of how long .s tandi ag,
are cured by tile wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves
^aiii and Heals at the same time. 25c, 50c, $\J3T
is destined to be a year of great business
activity. Concession from present values not
anticipated. We would suggest to those
contemplating construction work to complete
their plans at the earliest date possible.
We solicit your patronage and
shall be glad to serve you
Woodard Lumber Co.
Corner Robert and Dugas Streets