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Office No 61
?^i|5 Residence, No. 1 7
Wednesday, June 18.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL,
Capt. N. G. Evans made a business
trip to Columbia Saturday.
Dr. and Mrs. E. P. Jones were vis- j
itors in Edgefield early last week.
Mr. Jerald LaGrone left yesterday
for Savannah on a business trip.
Mrs. J. W. Reynolds of Augusta,
is the guest of Mrs. J. D. Holstein. I
* Mrs. R. L. Dunovant has returned i
from a visit to relatives in George
Miss Lizzie Griffin of Newberry is ?
here visiting her sister, Mrs. Orlando
Miss Katherine Rice of Columbia
is here visiting her aunt, Mrs. Bettis
Mrs. J. B. Kennerly spent last week [
in Greenwood with her sister, Mrs. I
Lillie Cogbum, -? "X-~?'???~~~^
Miss Elizabeth Calliham of Green
ville, is here visiting her sister, Mrs.
A. B. Carwile.
Miss Snow Jeffries who has been
teaching at Inman, S. C., is the guest
of Miss Gladys Rives.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Boyd of
Greelyville are here visiting Rev.
and Mrs. P. P. Blalock.
John Ransey, Pickens Butler and
Roscoe Brigham of Augusta were
visitors here Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Munnerlyn of
Bennettsville are here visiting Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Cantelou.
Miss Elizabeth Wells is at home
from the Catholic school in Aiken,
for her summer vacation.
Miss Sophie Darlington of George
town has arrived in Edgefield to
spend some time with relatives.
Mrs. J. C. Brown of Greenville is
here spending some time with her
mother, Mrs. Ida F. Sheppard.
Mr. and Mrs. Shelton Perry of
Greenwood were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. H. C. Porter Monday.
Mrs. A. H. Corley left yesterday
for Washington, D. C., being accom
panied by her niece, Miss Mary Wood.
Dr. A. H. Corley will go to Colum
bia to-morrow to attend the annual
meeting of the State Dental Asso
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Nicholson, ac
companied by Miss Mary Nicholson
and Miss Bessie Dunovant, motored
to Greenwood Friday.
Dr. R. A. Marsh, accompanied by
little Mies Mary Marsh, motored to
Newberry yesterday to attend the
commencement exercises of New
Mr. S. M. Smith is engaged in sur
veying into lots and small tracts the
Jackson and Parker properties that
are to be sold at auction Friday, June
27, by the South Atlantic Realty
Our young friend Blondelle Hart,
the second son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Hart, graduated at The Citadel last
week. He made a good record during
the entire four years.
Col. S. B. Mays received a tele
gram Saturday morning announcing
the birth of Margaret Mays Gambrell,
a little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D.
G. Gamb:rell of Greenwood.
There has been practically no
movement of real estate in Edgefield
in the past decade but now there are
so many changes that it is difficult to
keep up with them,
The need for more residences in
Edgefield is very great but the cost
of building now is so enormous that
not many people have the nerve to
undertake building at this time.
Ex-Gov. J. C. Sheppard, S. McG.
Simpkins and N. G. Evans are in Mc
Cormick attending court. Judge J. W.
DeVore and Stenographer are both
of course attending court also.
Mr. and Mrs. Clair Hilton are re
ceiving the congratulations of their
friends over the coming of a sweet
little daughter, Eloise Parker Hilton,]
io reside permanently with them,
The Advertiser wafts affectionate
greetings to the little son who has ar
rived to make his home with Mr. and
Mrs. J. Norwood Cleveland, being
named for his maternal grandfather.
Dr. and Mrs. James S. Byrd will go
to Columbia tomorrow. Mrs. Byrd
will be with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Fitzmaurice while Dr.
Byrd is attending the State Dental
Mr. Carroll Rainsford came home
Saturday from the Citadel where he
has made a fine record for the past
three years. He has been promoted to
the captaincy of one of the four
companies which is a coveted honor.
Mi-. John A. Holland, Greenwood's
progressive music dealer, is always
very generous. He already has on the
way a spick and span piano which he
will lend the ladies to be used at the
College students' entertainment, the
programme of which appears in this
Mr. A. E. Padgett and Mr. W. H.
Harling left Monday* for Savannah
to attend the annual meeting of the
South Carolina Bankers' Association.
Mr. Padgett went on the train and
Mr. Harling made the journey in his
new touring car, being accompanied
by Misses Ileen Harling and Ida Folk.
Mrs. W. P. Yonce spent last week
in Newberry with relatives. Mr.
Yonce went to Newberry Sunday in
his car for her.
Rev. A. L. Gunter and Mrs. R. T.
Hill wtn.- to Columbia yesterday to
attend a missionary conference of
the Columbia District.
Dr. and Mrs. R. G. Lee left Sunday
night for Chicago to be^absent ten
days or two weeks. They went to at
tend the commencement exercises of
the Chicago Law School, Dr. Lee
having been invited to deliver ar. ad
dress. Mrs. E. J. Norris has the
sweet little girl of Dr. and Mrs. Lee
while they are away.
A shipment of shapes and ribbons
Did you ever see sixty talented
performers on the stage at one time?
Well, that is what you will see if you
attend the college students' enter
tainment in the Opera House.
The entertainment which is to be
given in the school building at Tren
ton next Tuesday night at 8:45 o'
clock should be largely attended. The
proceeds will be used to promote a
Dr. and Mrs. Durand Youngblood
and Mr. and Mrs. John Cheatham,
Mrs. Cheatham being a daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Youngblood, came down
from Troy Tuesday to attend the
picnic at Cedar Fields.
The biggest and best entertain
ment that Trenton has had in n long
time will be the vaudeville and car
nival which the best local talent will
give in the school auditorium next
Tuesday night, June 24.
Mr. James Sheppard appears to be
I younger and handsomer since his
j more than twelve months of service
?overseas. No returning soldier has
j been more cordially greeted than be
has and it is exceedingly interesting
to hear him relate some of his varied
J experiences while in France.
Our wideiy-beioved little friend,
Lillian Pattison, was carried to the
hospital in Columbia Friday for
special treatment and an operation.
Last reports were to the effect that
an operation may be averted. Her
friends hope that she will soon re
turn to her home well and strong
again.. T- -
Our young friend, Rainsford Can
telou is again in citizens' clothing af
ter making a fine record in the navy
for more than a year, receiving sev
eral promotions. His experiences a
board ship and his numerous trips go
ing overseas had much of educational
value. Rainsford has been very cor
Mr. W. T. Reel? will occupy his
stores this fall on the square where
Mr. J. D. Kemp is now conducting
his market and grocery business. One
of Mr. Reel's sons will manage the
Edgefield business and the other one
will manage their large country store
at Cleora. We have not learned yet
what place Mr. Kemp will move his
Mr. L. T. May purchased the very
desirable residence of Mr. John R.
Tompkins on Columbia Street and
will soon occupy it. Mr. and Mr3.
Robert L. Young will the i move into
the brick cottage that is now occu
pied by Mr. and Mrs. May. Capt. and
Mrs. 0. P. Bright will move into
their former home, where Mr. and
Mrs. Young now live.
The friends of Mr. Platt Brunson
were delighted to greet him in Edge
field Saturday. He has just secured
his discharge from the navy. He vol
unteered about a year ago and has
been stationed in Charleston since
that time, and we know that Platt
made just as good record for faith
ful service there as he makes as a
sterling citizen at home.
No matter what you need if it is
something to wear you can always
find it here, as we always have a large
and complete stock on hand. New
goods arriving daily.
Our aim is to make you happy-A
Ford in every home.
YONCE MOTOR CO.
College Students' Entertai;
Processional of College Studf
Introduction of Students-M
Chorus, "Beautiful Ohio"-]
Piano Solo, "Hungarian," Mi
Reading, "Mammy in the Kit<
Vocal Solo, "My Laddie"-M
Piano Solo-Miss Been Harli
College Students in Review.
Music by Students' Orchestra
Piano Solo-Fred L. Parker.
Vocal Solo, "Roses in June"
Male Chorus, "How Ya' Goin1
After They've Seen Paree?"
Piano Solo-Miss Margaret 14
Vocal Solo, "Dear Cid Pal of
Monologue, "Tragedy of a SI:
Moth Dance-Miss Ruth Tom
Piano Solo, "Waltz," Chopin
Portraits from Longfellow:
" , 1. John Alden and Priscill
2. Village Blacksmith and
Miss Ella Belle Scurry.
3. Gabrie land Evangeline
4. Hiawatha and Minnehan;
Chorus-"Till We Meet Agaii
Piano by Courtesy of Mr. Joh:
Those who attended the entertain
ment given by the college students
in the opera house last year will not
have to be urged to attend this year.
The programme will be varied so as
to please everybody. More than half
a hundred bright boys and girls,
young men and young ladies, will
have parts in this unique entertain
Mr. Charlie Porter is here spend
ing a short furlough with his father,
Mr. H. C. Porter. He has completed
his second year at the Military
Academy at Annapolis, where he has
made a highly creditable record.
Edgefield is very proud of the record
that this young man has made in the
nation's only naval academy where
the standard is very high and exact
Eugene Timmons, among the first
of Edgefield's young men to volun
teer for nav*a"l service, is rejoicing
over his honorable discharge. Soon
after entering the service Eugene
was assigned to ship and served al
most continuously on some vessel,
which enabled hiT to see much cf '.he
world. He made a good record, as
everybody who knows him expected
him to do.
The Coker College girls, Misses
Emma and Margaret Blocker, Misses
Emmie and Annie Sue Broadwater,
Miss Alma DeLoach and Miss Lucile
Reel have returned home for then
summer vacation, and Miss Ouid-i
Pattison is at home from Anderson
College for the summer. Walter Mays
and William Hollingsworth will arrive
the latter part of the week from
Clemson. Walter graduates this year.
?Bg-.s NEO LIFE Pim
Th? PHIS That Do Cure
riment, Opera House, Thurs
26, 9:30 O'clock.
?nts of Edgefield County,
liss Florence Mims.
piano accompaniment, Miss Ileen
icDowell-Miss Genevieve Norris.
:hen"-Miss Ella Belle Scurry,
iss Lillian Marsh.
-Miss Lena Long.
' to Keep 'em Down on the Farm,
lay. '. '. . ; .
Mine"-John Owen Smith,
ipper"-Miss Helen Marsh,
-Miss Ouida Pattison.
a-William Wise and Miss Mar
Daughter-Judson Ready and
-Joe Timmons and Miss Frances
a-Elwyn Moore and Miss Grace
n A. Holland, Greenwood, S. C.
Dance Tuesday Night.
More than twenty-five couples
were in attendance upon the dance
.in the Opera House Tuesday night.
! There were visitors . present from
! Augusta, Aiken, Trenton, Johnston
'and Batesburg. Music was furnished
by an orchestra from Augusta. The
! occasion was one of unusual pleas
ure to all who engaged in the dance.
Ford Trucks are Moving.
? Ford trucks are not only moving
along the road for nearly a score of
satisfied owners in Edgefield county,
?but they are moving out of the sales
room of the Yonce' Motor Company
?into private garages. The solid car
:laod of trucks which Mr. Yonce pur
I chased a short time ago is nearly j
?gone. Better get your order in while
I you can get prompt delivery. Every
thing that bears the "Ford" imprint
I is hard to get these days, for the,de
land is greater than the supply.
Baptist Chu. ch to be Dedicated
On the first Sunday in July the
Edgefield Baptist church will be ded
icated, all indebtedness having been
i paid off. There will be a morning,
afternoon and evening service, with
dinner served at the church. The
dedicatory sermon will be preached
in the forenoon by Dr. M. D. Jef
fries, a former pastor who resides
now at Memphis, Tenn. The after
noon sermon will be preached by Dr.
P. J. McLean of Aiken, and the ser
mon at night will be preached by Dr.
C. E. Burts, of Columbia. To all of
the services the public is cordially in
Keep an eye on the man with the
Ford Truck. Watch his business grow.
YONCE MOTOR CO.
Winthrop College Scholarship
and Entrance Examination.
The examination for the award of
vacant scholarships in Winthrop Col
lege and for the admission of new
students will be held at the County
Court House on Friday, July 4th, at
9 A. M., and also on Saturday, July
5th, at 9 A. M., for those who wish
to make up by examination addition
al units required ' for full admission
to the Freshman Class of this insti
tution. The examination on Saturday,
July 5th, will be used only for mak
ing additional units. The scholarships
will be awarded upon the examina
tion held on Friday, July 4th. Appli
cants must not be less than sixteen
years of age. When scholarships are
vacant after July 4th, they will be a
warded to thqse making the highest
average at this examination, provided
they meet the conditions governing
the award. Applicants for scholar
ships should write to President John
son for scholarship examination
blanks. These blanks, properly filled
out by the applicant, should be filed
with President Johnson by July' 1st.
Scholarships are worth $100 and
Cree tuition. The next session will
apen September 17, 1919. For fur
ther information and catalogue, ad
dress President D. B. Johnson, Rock
Hill, S. C;
Have you ever had a good
?egative spoiled by being print
ed on too contrasty a paper so
:hat detail and natural quali
t?s of the picture were lost?
We endeavor to put every print
>n the particular grade suited
:o the negative. Accurate de
veloping, careful printing and
:horough fixing and washing,
:haracterize our work.
THE AIKEN GIFT SHOP
Aiken, S. C.
Cotton Ginnery for Sale
4-70 Saw Murray Steel Auto
?atic Gin, 100-horse Boiler
md 50 horse Engine. Ginned
ess than 3,000 bales, good con
iition, a bargain on terms to
.esponsible parties. Located
lear Augusta. Address
C. A. CLIFFORD,
168 Whitehall, St.,
200 to 600 ACRES
Improved land, on public
oad, near school house and
CARE CF "THE STATE"
Columbia, S. C.
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