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Mexican Trouble Most Impor
? Washington, Dec. 7.-The Mexi
can situation overshadows all ques
tions likely to come before congress
The senate foreign relations com
mittee will meet tomorrow to give
further consideration tj a resolution
requesting President Wilson to break
off diplomatic relations with Mexico
and to withdraw recognition of the
Senator Fail, Republican of New
Mexico, author of the resolution,
talked over the situation with the
president Friday afternoon and it
had been expected that Mr. Wilson
would give some expression of opin
ion on the proposal in advance of the
meeting. Senator Fall said tonight,
however, that the president had not
definitely i promised any response,
either before tomorrow's meeting, or
Aside from Mexico there is work
enough to keep senate and house
busy until the holidays with little
probability that the German peace
treaty will be taken up in the senate
meanwhile. Indeed, with the presi
dent and Republican leaders appar
ently deadlocked over responsibility
for the next move, no action on the
treaty before next month has been
. Senate leaders still hope to get a
vote this week on the Cummins bill,
designed to meet conditions with re
turn of the roads to private opera
tion and control, but with the long
fight over the bill's anti-strike provi
sion there may be no final enact
ment until next month.
1 President Wilson announced last
spring that the roads would be turn
ed back the first of the year but
many senators believe now that he
will wait until the new law is effec
The Names of Edgefield Per
sons Familiar to All.
Who are the witnesses?
They are Edgefield people
Residents of Edgefield who have
had kidney backache, kidney ills,
bladder ills; who have used Doan's
Kidney Pills. These witnesses endorse
One Edgefield resident who speaks
is W. C. Sharpton, 6 Battle St.
He says: "My kidneys gave me
^luite a bit of trouble a few years
ago. My back ached terribly* and it
seemed as if it would break. It was
all I could do to bend over and when
I straightened my head seemed to
swim. I had too frequent desire to
pass the kidney secretions and I cer
tainly was- in a bad shape. I got
Doan's Pills and began using them.
Doan's brought relief right away and
in a short time ail of the ailments
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy-get
Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that
Mr. Sharpton had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
Notice of Final Settlement and
Application for Discharge.
Notice is hereby given to all K;n
dred, Creditors or Parties interested
therein, that I, J. Roper Moss, as Ad
ministrator . of the estate of T. J.
Boothe, late of said County and
State, deceased, will make a full and
FINAL return and SETTLEMENT
in re said estate on January the 5th,
1920 at ll o'clock a. m., in the office
of W. T. Kinnaird, Probate Judge,
at Edgefield, S. C., and any and all
of said kindred, creditors or parties
interested therein are hereby notified
to present any and all claims, duly at
tested, or to set up any and all
rights therein, at said time and
place, as required by law, or to be
barred forever thereafter.
Said parties being hereby notified
that I shall apply unto said Probate
Court at said time and place for fi
nal discharge as said Administrator
of said estate.
J. ROPER MOSS,
Administrator of estate of said T. J.
Notice is hereby given that hunt
ing, fishing and trespassing in every
.manner is hereby forbidden on my
lands in Colliers, Collins and Moss
Townships. All persons who fail to
.heed this notice will be prosecuted
under the law, without exception.
J. T. GRIFFIS.
AU persons are hereby notified not
to hunt, fish or trespass in any man
ner whatsoever op the lands of the
undersigned. This notice is published
to keep people off of my lands and all
who disregard it will be prosecuted
under the law. This means every
body, without exception.
C. A. NICHOLSON,
We Can Give You Prompt Service
on Mill Work and Interior Finish
Large stock of Rough and Dressed Lumber on hand for
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. Corner Roberts and Dugas Sts., Augusta, Ga,
ARRINGTON BROS. & CO.
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Corn, Oats, Hay and all
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On Georgia R. R. Tracks
Distributors of Marathon Tires and Tubes. None better, but our price
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See our representative, C. E. May. ,
CAR LOAD OF
We have just received a car load of Chevrolet
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Come in and let us show you these cars. We
can sell you the same grade car for less money
than some other cars are selling for.
We will be glad to give
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Acme Auto Co.
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We also have a large stock of Boiler Tubes, Pipe, Pumps, Cylin
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Columbia Supply Company
823 West Gervais St., Columbia, S. C.
A Few Suggestions
Automobile Lap Robes, Tires, Flash
Lights, Automobile Horns, etc.
What would be more suitable for an
auto owner than some article
for the machine
. HOOD and GOODRICH
Tires and Tubes
Have the Day
% BETTER BUY BEFORE THE ADVANCE
Call in and see us before you purchase. "Look us over" if
you do not buy. Make the
Dixie Highway Garage
THE AUTOMOBILE HOTEL
Your headquarters when in Edgefield shopping
Storage, Gasoline and Oil
Now is the time to break
our land deep in order to pre
pare for early and thorough
ireparaion next spring. Early
ilanting is the only way to
lead off the boll weevil.
Plow by machinery and re
leve the acute labor situation.
)ne man can break eight acres
, day any depth desired up to
The Fordson is the most
conomic tractor on the mar
:et. Original cost is less, opera
ing expense is less and up
:eep is.less than other tractors.
Will be glad to make a dem
?nstration any day.
W. L. DUNOVANT, JR.
BARRETT & COMPANY
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Are made easy at our store. We have a large assortment of
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Come in to see us. It will be a pleasure to show you.
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