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^^9mms^y The Ford One-Ton Truck with manganese bronze worm drive is
i^^Cy^^i^ > delivering expectations, as well as merchandise, produce, machinery, baggage, etc.
THE UNIVERSAL CAR Economical, reliable, durable, no limit to the service it will give in city and tountry.
IT DOES ALL YOU EXPECT N /C ?
Truck Chassis, $550; Runabout, $500; Touring Car, $525; Coupe, $650; ' _ fS#BS&
Sedan, $775. These prices are f.o.b. at Detroit. z^s j ^^S?^^
The following are the owners of Ford Trucks in this^ vicinity:^ S. F. Logan, F. F. Rainsf^rd,^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
l| 1?^^^^^fc^^^^? ^"^?^^^^S Co., J. D. Bothwell, Hamilton & Williams and T. Wallace Quarles. Ask any of these men as to the dura
//y^^^lfvk \ bility and economy of service oi Ford trucks. All cars and trucks are equipped for self starter.
WM YONCE MOTOR COMPANY
Nc>-QT MAKE OUR PLACE YOUR HEADQUARTERS AND GET FREE AIR AND ICE WATER
Office No 61
Residence, No. 17
Wednesday, June 25.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL,
Mrs. W. W. Adams is in McCor
mick this week visiting relatives.
Miss Kate Breedin of Bennetts
ville is the house guest of Mrs. Jerald
Mr. Bettis Cantelou and Mr. E. E.
Padgett left Monday on a trip to
' Washington and New York.
Mrs. Charlie B. Key of Columbia
is here visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Mrs. Cain and her son, Mr. Frank
Cain of Sumter are visiting Mrs. E.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Tompkins, Jr,,
have come for a visit to Mr, Tomp
kins' parents, .?-sr-rc
Carroll Rainsford has gone to
Camp Lee, Va., for training in the
R. O. T. C. 1 .
Miss Genevieve Norris is at a
house party at Parksville the guest
of Miss Rosada Talbert.
Miss Elizabeth Fair of Beech
Island is here visiting her aunt, Miss
Mrs. Raymond Rogers of Blenheim
is here visiting her mother, Mrs. Ida
Mr. and Mrs. Britton of Sumter,
were guests of Mrs. Mamie N. Till
man for the Peak-Britton marriage.
Help the cause of education by
taking an interest in the Students'
Entertainment Thursday evening.
Miss Anna Belle Saunders has gone
to Charlottesville, to attend a sum
Mrs. S. M. Craig, accompanied by
her little daughter, is here visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Cogburn. ^.^. .r.", tC,4vs~*
Miss Gladys Rives and Miss Snow
Jeffries will leave the latter part of
the week to attend a summer school
at the University of North Carolina.
Capt. Ingram who was one of the
most acceptable speakers in the last
^ Liberty Loan drive, is here for a visit
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lovick
Mrs. A. E. Padgett entertained
with an elaborate tea Friday night
in honor of Miss Snow Jeffries, and
Miss Ruth DeLoach gave a dinner in
her honor Saturday.
Miss Katherine Mims will leave
for New York Sunday, going by boat
by way of Charleston, to tske a
summer course at Columbia Univer
The safety and hope of our great
country lies in the youth of the pres
ent day. See and hear Edgefield's
contribution to the Colleges of our
State and some of their attainments
learned from the schools they attend
Let us sell your land at auction.
Now is the time to list it See me.
SAM B. NICHOLSON.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kennerly leavi
for Glenn Springs to-day to spend ?
week or ten days.
Hear the college choruses at thi
Students' Entertainment Thursda;
evening in the Opera House.
Mrs. J. D. Holstein entertained th<
teachers of the Graded and Higl
schools at tea Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerald LaGrone, Mis:
Kate Breedin and Miss Virginia Ad
dison motored to Augusta Monday.
Walter Mays- has returned fron
Clemson College covered with hon
ors, having received his A. B. degre<
and other honors.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swaffield cam?
over from Columbia and spent Thurs
day with Mrs. Kate W. Cheatham.
The Union meeting of the seconc
division will be held at Antioch nexl
Saturday and Sunday. .^?i
The Advertiser household is indebt
ed to Mrs. Sam Agner for a box o?
very fine beets. She is always a
Mr. George W. Adams has com
pleted" the extension of the Dixie
Highway Garage and now has ar
abundance of room for his increasing
Rev. A. L. Gunter will leave foi
Clinton on Saturday, where he will
preach in the Broad Street Methodist
Church, morning and evening on Sun
Miss Lillian Pattison is at home
again from the hospital in Columbia.
She was brought home Sunday night
by Dr. Pattison. Her condition is
Mr. A. G. Ouzts sent us a red cot
ton bloom yesterday which is un
usually early for the Elmwood sec
tion. Edgefield county has few, if any
better farmers than Albert Ouzts.
Mr. John Agner came from follow
ing the flag in France back to follow
ing the plow on his father's farm in
the Red Oak Grove section and has a
good crop. He brought a cotton bloom
to The Advertiser office Monday.
Our little friend, Willie McManus,
a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. McManus,
brought the second cotton bloom of
the season to The Advertiser office
Mr. Bernard Fitzmaurice of Co
lumbia is here visiting his sister, Mrs.
James. S. Byrd. Two of Mrs. Byrd's
brothers are still with the American
Expeditionary Forces in France.
Mr. J. M Wright has the distinc
tion of being the first farmer in this
section to send a 1919 cotton bloom
to The Advertiser office. His first
bloom was plucked from his field
Thursday, June 19.
Rev. J. W. Kesterson was in Edge
field yesterday, having recovered
from his recent indisposition.
Mr. W. W. Adams has about com
pleted the large annex or addition to
his warehouse near the depot, which
will provide space for the storage of
a large quantity of cotton next fall.
Mr. John A. Holland, the large
dealer ir musical instruments^ of
Greenwood, sent a handsome Tray
ser piano down to Edgefield Monday
in his motor truck for the ladies to
use in the Opera House for the col
lege students' entertainment. Mr.
Holland is altogether unselfish and
Dr. and Mrs. Lee returned Tues
day night from a very pleasant and
profitable trip of 10 days to Chicago.
Mr. J. D. Kemp will move into the
store now occupied by the Post Of
fice early in the fall.
Dr. and Mrs. R. G. Lee returned
Tuesday night from a very pleasant
and profitable trip of ten days to
Mrs. Mattie McKutchen and her
little son arrived last night from
Bishopville to spend the summer with
Rev. and Mrs. P. B. Lanham.
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Beman have been
spending the past week in Edgefield.
Mr. Beman has a position with the
Georgia Railroad Bank and spent a
portion of his summer vacation here.
William Hollingsworth returned
home from Clemson College last
week and has gone to Akron, Ohio,
where he has a position for the sum
mer, returning in the fall to complete
his course at Clemson, '-M-I-.-., .
The auction sale of the Parker and
Jackson lands which are advertised
jn this issue for Friday will afford an
Opportunity for home seekers to make
a profitable investment. Do not fail
to attend the sale. The land will be
sold and you may regret it if you do
not share in the purchases.
The motor truck has come to stay,
having long ago passed the experi
mental stage. The steadily increasing
the fine record of completing this
number of Ford trucks that are being
sold in this county is the highest pos
sible endorsement of their durability
and economy of operation.
Mr. W. A. Byrd, accompanied Mrs.
Byrd and their children, went up to
Longmires Sunday for a visit to Mr.
C. C. Fuller. Mr. Byrd returned Sun
day afteAoon but Mrs. Byrd will re
main until to-day for the Fuller-Ho
gan marriage. Miss Lila Fuller and
Rev. Luther Hogan will be married
Dr. James C. Kirkland, Editor of
the Southern Christian Advocate,
Columbia, S. C. will preach in the
Methodish Church on next Sunday
morning and evening. These are the
hours of worship for the day: Sunday
School, 10:30 a. m. Preaching, 11.30
a. m. and 9:00 p. m. Be sure to come
and invite your friends; everybody
Rev. George H. Atkinson, presi
dent of the Industrial School for
Girls in Salisbury, N. C., has been
spending several days in Edgefield,
in the interest of his institution. He
preached two very strong sermons in
the Methodist church Sunday. While
here Mr. Atkinson was the guest of
his old college friend and classmate,
J. L. Mims.
WANTED: A second-hand cane
mill. If you have one fer sale call at
The Advertiser office.
Place that order now for your
Ford-do not wait until you peed it
to place the order-take my advice
and do this as you might regret it
W. P. YONCE.
FOR SALE: A horse and one-horse
wagon, wagon practically new. Ap
J. D. KEMP.
Work your crops and bring in your
Cotton Seed later.
I am in the seed market for the
summer months and will pay Gov
ernment prices for all sound seed. I
keep hulls and meal always on hand.
M. A. TAYLOR.
FOR SALE: A four-gallon cow,
fresh in milk. Apply at
THE ADVERTISER OFFICE.
To make the mor
them at again soc
75 Silk Poplin skirts, al
shades, $6.50 values, at
Men's Palm Beach suits an]
shade, prices up to $17.50, a
Men's Blue Serge suits,
wool, real value $20.50,
100 pairs ladies' Pumps, k
also in dark brown, real val
ue $0.00, at ... .
35-inch Silk Poplin, $1.50
$2.25 Messaline and Taflet
silk, all shades, at - -
250 Ladies' and Miss
de Chine and George
to $40.00, at HALF 1
Good quality Apron Ginghams (limit
35-cent best Dress Ginghams at
We have reduced p
FOR SALE: A refrigerator, in
good condition, forty-pound capacity.
GEORGE F. MIMS.
Cow Peas Wanted.
Paying highest prices of season.
Will buy one sacK to carload. Write,
wire or 'phone us what you have.
WALTON & CO.,
eeials are Offeri
t Two Days in J
lay and M
ith of June a recor<
lise at prices that y<
1 djQ O? $5-00 George
. $JoZj at - - - -
7 (?JQ 7C $7.50Georgel
t tj)0.1D at - - - -
strictly all $1.75 Voile M
rf? I Q f A different" sty]?
?plo.DU ?850 Silk w
id or patent, at - - - -
: $3.90 100 ,adies\
Tw'vw in pump or la
val- Or $8.50, at -
O JL. 100 pair ladie
a (fri ?Q $4.00 and $4.
- <|)l?3t/ at - - - -
es Dresses in Messalini
itte, in all colors, prices
pieces of Androscoggin Bleachi
ed) at....12 l-2c. 42-inch Voile in al
.21c. Men's $2.50 Oven
i Bleaching at-.
iriees on everything ii
FIELD, SOUTH CARC
I will sell my ginnery and mill out
fit at Cleora, eight miles northwest of
Edgefield. Ginnery consists of fifty
horse boiler, forty-horse engine, three
seventy-saw gins, revolving press.
Grist mill has four-foot rocks, both
complete with shafting and belting.
W. T. REEL, j
Cleora, S. C.
id for the
i breaker we are
m will never buy
te vai t . $2.90
raist in twent-five AQ
es. at - - - - ?J?C?
Martha Washington sK>es
ce, prices up to *J E|
s' Oxfords in or pump,
50 values, _ _ (j^g
>, Taffeta and Crepe
ranging from $10.00
mg at 22-c.
1 shades, 75c. values, at..,.39c.
ti our entire stock