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Membership, Chamber Com
J. H. Cantelou, President; M. W.
Shive, Vice-president, S. B. Nichol
son, Treasurer, 0. P. Bright, Secre
J. B. Kennerly, J. W. Stewart. A,
B. Carwile, C. E. May, A. H. Colley,
Bettis Cantelou, W. P. Yonee, B. B.
Jones, R. L. Young, S. B. Nicholson,
W. M. Mooney; M. W. Shive, J. H.
Allen, 0. P. Bright, E. J. Mims, J. H.
Cantelou, E. C. Asbill, M. H. Deal,
W. A. Byrd, J. D. Kemp, W. A.
Strom, W. H. Dorn, W. L. Dunovant,
J. L. Mims, L Mukashy, J. Ruben
stein, L. S. Kernaghan, Reel Bros.,
Schroder-Lewis Co., W. B. Cogburn,
M. P. Wells, J. L. Prince, J. R. Tim
merman, J. G. Edwards, Smith-Marsh
Co., S. M. Smith, L. T. May, Jones &
Son, H. A. Smith, E. J. Norris., Rey
nolds & Padgett, W. W. Adams & Co.
A. Daitch, W. E. Lynch & Co., E. S.
Rives, W. H. Turner, R. T. Hill, H.
C. Mitchell, T. B. Greneker, T. A.
Hightower, W. T. Reel, A. S. Tomp
kins, E. P. Arthur, J. G. Alford, J.
W. Thurmond, J. S. Byrd, S. E. Mor
gan, J. W. Peak, J. A. Townsend, D.
V. Haris, L. Y. Moore, C. F. Brooks,
W. B. Byrd, J. H. Nicholson, W. A.
Berrian, J. C. Sheppard, S. F. Logan,
N. G. Evans, 0. B. Anderson, Baron
Hill, G. W. Adams, S. McG. Simkins,
W. J. Duncan, W. E. Lott, G. P. Fow
ler, W. W. Fowler, L. W. Cheatham,
J. H. Miller, R. A. Marsh, C. C. Jones,
John Camiches, R. H. Nicholson, E.
Committee, Chamber of Com
Department of Agriculture
A. B. Carwile, Chairman; E. C.
Asbill, E. J. Byrd, W. A. Byrd, W. W.
Department of Public Affairs.
T. B. Greneker, Chairman; S. McG
Simkins, J. S. Byrd, L. T. May, W.
Department of Health and Sanitation
Dr. A. R. Nicholson, Chairman; J.
G. Edwards, R. A. Marsh, J.D. Kemp,
G. W. M. Taylor.
Department of Publicity.
L. W. Cheatham, Chairman; J. L.
Mims, H. E. Quarks, C. E. May, S.
Department of Membership & Funds
0. P. Bright, Chairman; R. L.
Young, J. W. Stewart, M. P. Wells,
A. H. Corley.
Department of Transportation and
J. W. Thurmond, Chairman; J. 0.
Sheppard, W. A. Collett, 0. B. An
derson, R. T. Hill.
Department of General Welfare
S. B. Nicholson, Chairman, L. Y.
Moore, Dr. R. G. Lee, W. W. Fuller,
M. W. Shive.
Department of Resources, Commerce
W. P. Yonce, Chairman; B. Can
telou, J. R. Timmerman, W. A. Strom
and T. A. Hightower.
State of South Carolina.
County of Edgefield
By W. T. Kinnaird Esquire, Probate
Whereas, Mary Eliza Lloyd, of
above county and state, made suit to
me, to grant her Letters of Admin
istration of the Escate of and effects
of Allen Lloyd, late of above county
and state, deceased.
These are Therefore to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and Creditors of the said Allen
Lloyd, deceased, that they be and ap
pear before rae, in the Court uf Pro
bate, to be held at my office at Edge
field, S. C., on February 19th 1920,
at ll o'clock a. m. next afte** publi
cation thereof, to show cause, if any
they have, why the said Administra-4
tion should not be granted.
Given under my hand this 29 day
pf January, Anno Domini, 1920.
W. T.. KINNAIRD,
Probate Judge Edgefield Co.
Sealed bids will be received on
February 22, by the supervisor for a
loan of approximately $75,000 to the
county of Edgefield to defray ordi
nary county expenses for the year
1920. A lien on the taxes to be levied
for the said year will be given to se
cure same. Notes are to be ma^e
monthly to meet the current expens
es. The money which is collected by
the county treasurer for taxes will
be deposited with the bank making
the lowest bid.
R. N. BROADWATER,
Supervisor Edgefield County.
FOR SALE: One cypress tank, 960
gallons capacity. Good condition.
F. F. RAINSFORD,
Trenton, S. C., R. F. D. 1.
The Best Mot Weather Tonic
GROVE'S TASTELESSchill TONIC enriches tnt
blood, builds up the whole system and will won
dcrfuUy strengthen and iorti.'y you to withstand
the depressing effect of the hot summer. 50c.
"Would Pay One Hundred
Dollars For It," Says
Atlanta Man Says That he Feel? Like
a New Maa Since Taking Ferrolax.
"I wouidn't take ene hundred dol
lars for this bottle of FERROLAX
if I knew that I would not be able
-to buy more of it," said J. H. Bailey,
?who lives at 328 West Peachtree St.,
Atlanta, Ga., the other day.
"I honestly believe that Ferrolax
is the best medicine on earth," con
tinued Mr Bailey, "and it would just
juo.my heart good to meet face to
?face with everybody that suffered as
?I did and tell them what a blessing
I this wonderful medicine has been to
me. I was so run down, and had such
poor blood that I could hardly get
about. Then too, I was bothered with
stomach trouble, and would have se
jvere pains in the small of my back
. right over my kidneys. When I stoop
ed over for anything I could hardly,
straighten up again. No medicine or
treatment seemed to give me any re
lief at all and I was just gradually
getting weaker'al! the time.
Then I heard about FERROLAX
and the good it was doing so many
people and decided to give it a trial.
Before I had finished my first bottle
j I commenced to pick up right along
and now since taking about three
j bottles of this medicine I am as well
?and strong as I ever was in my life.
'I don't know what it is to suffer with
indigestion and stomach trouble, and
I am never bothered with that pain in
my back. III tell the world that FER
ROLAX is a real medicine, and will
do all tha tis claimed for it.
Ferrolax is sold by H. C. Mitchell,
Edgefield, S. C., and Maxwell &
Corn, Johnston, S. C.
Get a bottle at this store today. '
Take it according to directions and
if it does not do you the good you
want done, come in and get your
money back. Your bare word is good
enough for us. Watch for the next
issue of this paper and see what Fer
rolax is doing for others.-Adv.
?MMoMmaMMmmii i? i ii i minimum II
We take this me?ffcj of inform
out our grocery department rn o:
and all of our store space !o our
ness. We thank ?he people for
grocery department in the past, ?
der to serve them better with oui
stock will be constantly replenii
up the reputation which we have
BEST FOR HC
THE BIG VALL
PASTES AND LIQUIDS F
THE F. F. DALLEY COIF-ORATIONS L"
Corn, Oats, ]
Corner Cumming ai
Distributors of Marathon Tires and
See our representativ
Airs. J. A. Cox, of Al
derson, \V. Va., writes:
"My daughter . . .suf
fered terribly. She could
not turn in bed
doctors gave her up, and
we brought her home to
?ie. She had suffered so
much at. .. lime. Hav
ing heard of Cardui, we
got it for her."
Tte feiaa's Tonic
"In a few ?ayn, she be
gan to improve," Mrs.
Cox continues, "and had
no trouble at... Cardui
cured her, and we sing
We receive many thou
sands of similar letters
every year, telling of the
good Cardui has done for
women who suffer from
complaints so common to
their sex. lt should do
you good, too. Try
If you have a house, barn or fur
niture you want painted, give a
chance. Can make you anything in
the line of frames, mantels, cup
boards, medicine cases, tables, china
closets. Shop back of Thomas' store
at the depot.
E. P: ARTHUR.
ailPlfl EN'? 'S THE ONLY
2ESUWE ARNI0? SALV?
?ne: the public that we closing
rder to devote all of our lime
steadily increasing drug: busi
tbeir liberal patronage of our
f*nd we are closing it out In or
r drugs and drug sundries. Our
shed with new goods, keeping
! made during the past 7?r y ear.-?.
or Black, Tun, Ox Blood,. Dark Brown
and 'White Shoes
fD, BUFFALO. N. Y.
BROS. & CO.
*s and Dealers in
Hay and all
id Fenwick Streets
R. R. Tracks
Tubes. None better, but our price
e, C. E. May.
YOU, the'buyers, arc the red builders of wagons. You put
the final Okay upon the use of certain materials and con
struction when you buy a wagon containing them-and
refuse to buy a wagon that does not. We want to show you how
the Thornhill Wagon is built Upon a plain statement of facts
we are willing to rest our case. Wc believe the Thornhill way
would be your way if you should build a wagon.
For spokes andwixbs tough second rrowth highland hickory ii
used For hubs and felloes the sturdy white oak is preferred.
This wood grows upon the mountain side. The ground is hard
the climate severe. It has to fi;.!ii for life. It has nearly twice
the strengrh of oak and hickory that grow? under softer conditions.
Outdoors under shelter ii remains for three to five years. Tho
gap dries in it, giving it a strength that's kin to steel.
Malleable Front Houri Plate
Trussed Bolsters and
Long Wear Bedo
-lane in Tu m ?nc
In turning and backing up, with the ordi
nary circle iron, which is only a half circle,
olsters run off the end of the track and
long. It is difficult to make short turns and
back up. The Thornhill full circle iron
gives a continuous track on which the bol
sters can tum.
The gears of Thornhill wagons stay in line for
life. Instead of the usual front hound plate,
a hound plate of malleable hon is used. It is
a metal jacket braced at eight points that
keeps gea? from ever getting out of line.
On the front bolslers of ThornhiH wagons
are heavy iron plates running along top and
bottom-connected by rivets that run clear
through the bolster. Strength and lightness
are combined. Rear gears are strongly
ironed. There are braces on both top and
bottom that extend the full length of the
Solid trust bars extend the full length of the
axles giving them double strength.
If you examine the beds of Thornhill
Wagons closely you will see at once the
superiority of the construction. Thc
bottoms are re-inforced over front and
rear bolsters. . '
Come la and examine this wagon for
yourself. We will take pleasure and
pride in showing you a Thornhill-The
wagon made of tough highland oak and
hickory-with features all others lack.
FOR SALE: Wannamaker's Pedi
greed Cleveland Big Boll Cotton
Seed. This strain advertised by the
Government in fight against boll
weevil. Write for prices.
J. M. VANN,
Trenton, S. C.
I have just received a car of cedar
shingles worth $10.00 per thousand.
E. S. JOHNSON.
Pipe, Fittings, Pumps, Cylinders
and Well Points
Due to strikes, in both steel and coal mines, and other unsettled
conditions, it has been hard to secure material, but we have been
very fortunate in having a good stock of Pipe, Fittings, etc.
Columbia Supply Company
823 West Gervais St., 'Columbia, S. C.
How to Figure Them
FIND the brand which makes the most cotton. Many
Swift customers say they get 30 to 50 lbs. more
cotton per acre from Swift's than from the next best.
Let's figure only 10 lbs. extra yield from Swift's.
500 lbs. of fertilizer per acre makes 10 lbs. more cotton.
2000 lbs. of fertilizer makes 40 lbs. more cotton.
40 lbs. more cotton is worth at least $10.00.
This means that a ton of Swift's Red Steer Fertilizer
is worth $10.00 more than the next best. The same com
parison applies to tobacco and other crops.
Most of our customers believe this ds trae. We do.
If you do, why not make this extra profit by ordering
SIFTS RED STEER FERTILIZERS
"IT PAYS TO USE THEM"
J IT PAYS TO USE THEM
Swift & Company
Atlanta, Ga. Charlotte, N. C. New Orleans, La.
/ Shreveport, La.
^ REPRESENTED BY
Edgefield Mercantile Co., Edgefield, 8; C.