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We are now getting in Fords so equipped that we can supply
you a genuine Ford Starter on same-later if you so desire:
This is one of the greatest thing that the Ford Motor Company
has ever done.
Think of it! A Ford with a SELF STAR TER
We are getting orders daily for Fords and Ford Trucks. Better place your orders
at once if you want one any time soon. Watch us put a Ford in every home.
YOURS FOR GOOD ROADS, .
f Office No 61
A Residence, No. 1 7
Wednesday, May 28.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL,
Miss Louise Bruton spent the week
end with Miss Helen Tillman.
Miss Janie Fraser of Columbia is
here visiting her sister, Mrs. Hume.
Mrs. Hudgens cf Laurens, is spend
ing some time with her son, Mr. M.
Miss Lucy Sheppard is spending
several weeks with her grand parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sheppard.
Mrs. T. J. Lyon is down from
Greenwood visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Olando Sheppard.
Dr. R. G. Lee made the commence
ment address at the High School
commencement at Saluda last week.
Mrs. Kate Kernaghan left Monday
for Waco, Texas, to visit her son, Mr.
Earl H. Kernaghan.
Misses Marie and Mattie Sue Hol
" ston spent several days last week
with their aunt, Mrs. Bailey, at Red
Hill ... ... -.
Miss Kellar Fair returned Saturday
from Atlanta where she was the guest
of h - brother Mr. Frank Fair, while
attending the Southern Baptist con
Miss Janie Eckles is here visiting
Ex-Gov. and Mrs. J. C. Sheppard.
She recently returned from overseas,
duty where she served as a Red Cross
Mrs. T. H. Rainsford has returned
from the Baptist Hospital in Colum
bia much improved. All Edgefield re
joices that Mrs. Rainsford is able to
be at home again.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hughey and
Miss Maggie Winn were visitors in
Edgefield Saturday. Miss Maggie has
been teaching the Morgan school this
year and will close the term Friday
of this week.
Mrs. J. B. Haltiwanger attended
the meeting of the Emily Geiger
chapter, D. A. R. and will be the
guest of Mrs. Milton Parker during
the remainder of her stay in Edge
The friends of Mr. Harry Cul
breath gave him a very cordial wel
come yesterday while he was in Edge
field. He returned recently from over
seas service and has been granted a
discharge. He relates some very in
teresting and ! thrilling experiences.
Mr. Hugh Hammond and Miss Al
pha Hammond of Collier were among
the visitors in Edgefield Tuesday.
They stated that their brother, Mr.
Lewis Hammond has written that he,
will sail from France the 15th of
June. There is general rejoicing ?.=
mong his relatives and friends over
his early home-coming. ...
FOR SALE: One good family.
horse, one one-horse wagon and har
ness, one top buggy and harness, one
first cl?ss'milch cow, fresh in milk.
. : D?NOV?NT & CO.
Miss Helen Tillman went to Colun
bia this morning to spend seven
Miss Marjorie Tompkins has rt
turned from a visit of several week
in Washington, D. C.
Mr. L. S. Kernaghan is having hi
pretty cottage in Buncombe newl;
painted from cellar to roof.
Miss Rosada Talbert of Parksvill
is here visiting her grandparents, Mr
and Mrs. M. C. Parker.
Mr. Irvin Welling of Darlington i
here visiting 1 3 sister, Mrs. Jerah
Miss Ethel McMurrain of Savan
nah is here visiting her brother, Mr
W. F. McMurrain.
After adding two or three large
rooms to his Buncombe home, Mr
Wright Holston has had his residence
Mr. Gorge W. Adams is building
an addition to the rear of the Dixie
Highway Garage in order to provide
greater storage capacity.
That there are many men of man\
minds is shown by the almost num
berless brands of automobiles thal
are sold in this territory.
Our young friend, Lawrence, Mil
ler, was cordially welcomed in Edge
field Sunday, having come over from
Columbia for the day.
Mr. W. H. Harling has purchased
an Essex touring car from Mr. Clyde
Hamilton, who has the agency of
these dependable cars is this county.
Mrs. Marie Sharpton will leave for
Washington Sunday to spend some
time with her son, James Sharpton,
who has a lucrative position in the.
national capital. --T ? ' " **""'
Mrs. S. A. Morrall has returned
from Columbia where she spent sev
eral weeks with her daughter, Mrs.
S. M. Rice.
Mr. William C. Addison who trav
els for a large New York manufac
turer, with his home in Due West, S.
C., spent the week-end in Edgfield
with Mr. J. L. Addison and Miss Vir
Capt. W. A. Woodson, Mrs. Walter
McDonald and Miss Elizabeth Wood
son motored from Augusta Sunday
to visit their mother, Mrs. Agatha A.
Mr. H. E. Quarles is having ma
terial hauled on his lot on Jeter
Street for the erection of a modern
residence. When completed, Mr.
Quarles' home will be one of the most
attractive in Edgefield. He expects
to have it ready by early fall.
Mrs. O. J. Holmes of Red Hill was
carried to Augusta Sunday and un
derwent an operation and is now
steadily improving. Following an at
tack of influenza in the winter, the
bone behind one of Mrs. Holmes' ear
became inflamed making an opera
tion necessary. !"
: Of course there were several rea
sons why cotton advanced recently,
but chieftest among them was the
tremendous increase in the consump
tion of cotton goods when our friend
Gus Edmunds had a supply of white
aprons made. We woundn't like to
venture a guess at the- number of
yards of material it requires for one
apron for the . dispenser of good
things to eat.
Mr. S. M. Smith made a business
trip to Anderson early in the week.
Mr. Isreal Mukashy calls attention
of men, boys and ladies to the sea
sonable merchandise at his store.
Read what he says.
The Corner Store urges people to
prepare for hot weather. This popular
store can supply your wardrobe with
whatever you need.
The Yonce Motor Company again
reminds our readers that they can
now buy a Ford equipped for self
starter. Just what you have been
Lyon Brothers announce in their
advertisement this week that they are
ready with their newly equipped ga
rage on Jeter Street to serve the pub
lic. They will guarantee all work
turned out from their garage.
Overland cars are leaders as shown
by the splendid record published in
this week's issue by Mr. J. D. Hol
stein, Jr., local Overland representa
tive. Read the account of the record
jthat the Overland car made.
Miss Virginia Addison was among
the visitors in Augusta to-day hav
ing gone down to see the wonderful
picture-play, "The Unpardonable
Mr. Rubenstein announces in his
full page advertisement in this issue
that he has some June bargains that
will be of interest to the people of
Edgefield, both town and county.
Read what Mr. Rubenstein says of
these special values. He stands ready
to make good every statement he
The Acme Auto Company makes
its bow to the Edgefield public this
week, announcing that it has the
agency for the Chevrolet cars in this
section. Its salesrooms are located on
Jeter Street next door to Lyon Bros.,
garage. The Chevrolets are in a class
all by themselves, as but few, if any
other cars are so well equipped for
the same money.
Mr. W. A. Edmunds came over
from Metter, Georgia, Sunday to vis
it his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
Edmunds, being accompanied'by Mr.
and Mrs. Josephus Camp and their
three interesting children. They made
the journey of-125 miles in Mr.
Camp's Overland Six. Mr. Camp is
the editor of the Metter Advertiser
and Mr. Edmunds is next in rank on
the force of this progressive Georgia
paper. We trust that these visitors
will come again and tarry longer in
Odd Fellows Will Meet.
The Odd Fellows will meet Thurs
day night, May 29, at 9 o'clock. All
members are urged to be present as
there is important business to be
transacted. . .
D. A. R. Picnic at Cedar Fields.
All the Edgefield county D. A. R.
chapters are looking forward to the
all day picnic at historic Cedar
Fields on June 17, when a delightful
programme will be carried out. Full
programme will be published next
BE SURE TO INSIST on the GEN
UINE Ford parts when your Ford
Our New Shop
Has Just Been Equipped With Machinery
For All Kinds of Machine Work
Onfc-of-Town Orders Given Prompt Attention
WEATHERS & GARRARD
Oldsmobile and Chandler Service Station
225 Broad Street Augusta, Georgia
Keep Cool Cl
For Men and B
From now on you'll be neeedh
the keep-cool variety. So we sugj
take stock of your requirement
supply your hot weather needs ir
Palm Beach and Cool-Cloth suit
Panama hats, Walk-Over oxfords
women, Light-weight Underwej
women and children.
. You, will find that our prices ar
^he assortments are now comp
suie way to get just what you w*
wait until they've all been picked
We have just received a shipme
dresses, skirts and waists, and it
to come in and look them over.
EDGEFIELD, SOUTH CARO]
A bright little boy in a sailor suit
saluted the occupants of a passing
motor car so quaintly that they stop
ped to give him a sixpence.
"You're very polite little fellow,"
the lady motorist said. "Do you sa
lute all the strangers who pass in the
"No, no, ma'am, only motorists,"
the boy stammered, fingering his six
pence nervously. "Father says I'm to
be polite to them because motor cars
bring him trade."
The lady seemed disappointed.
"What's your father's trade, my
little man? Does he repair motor
"No, ma'am; he's an undertaker,"
was the little fellow's response.-Tit
ir, Sisg's Hew Bsscwery
"C!L?r 'THE COUGH. ri'^?f THE LUNGS
ig clothes of
^est that you
;s and let us
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for men and
ar for men,
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int of ladies'
will pay you