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? begin with, naturally we will look after your interests. Our
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tention is given to work on our customers' cars-the cars we
sell-and are mechanically familiar with your car, 'Too
many cooks spoil the broth," confine your repair work to your
own dealer, don't let every Tom, Dick and Harry in the re
pair business work on your car. Our pride in the fact that
H your car is the one "we represent" is argument enough for
? us to want to give your automobile the best possible atten
I tion-it's life is our best recommendation.
YONCE & MOONEY
Wednesday, February ll.
fiGCAL AND PERSONAL,
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Smith spent
Sunday in Edgefield.
Hon. N. G. Evans is in attendance
on court at McCormick this week.
Miss Janie Law of Augusta is
spending this week wifh Mrs. D. B.
Mrs. Carrie Sheppard Miller spent
Sunday in Edgefield with her mother,
Mrs. Ida Sheppard.
Mrs. James Talbert and her chil- 1
dren are visiting Mrs. Talbei-t's sis
ter, Mrs. John Quarks.
' Rev. Mr. Barnes, pastor of Red 1
Hill, Republican and Antioch church- '
es was in Edgefield on Tuesday.
Prof. Charles Brooks was called ;
home last week to attend the funeral
of his aunt, Mrs. Mary Balle in Lau
A dear little daughter, Anna ;
Elizabeth, has come into the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Holland recently. ]
She is welcome to Edgefield. j
The students of the High School
are spending this week in mid-term ]
examinations, taking a day for each |
Mrs. J. S. Byrd has returned from 1
Columbia, her mother, Mrs. John
Fitzmaurice, being pronounced out
of danger. *
Miss Lillian Smith spent the week
end with her parents in Edgefield,
coming over from her duties as
teacher in the Logan School, Colum
Mr. J. R. Cantelou has recently c
purchased a handsome new 7-passen- 1
ger Studebaker car from Julian ^
Bland, agent, of Johnston, at a cost ^
We have a few barrels of flour at s
a good price. c
J. D. KEMP & CO. I
I Mr. J. Russell Wright has been
critically ill at the home of his
daughter, Mrs. A. L. Eidson. His at
tending physician, Dr. Corn, thinks
he has passed the danger mark.
Miss Ina Hill has gone to Colum
bia to make her home with her niece,
Mrs. Osmond Williams and Mrs. Mag
gie Hill in Columbia. Edgefield re
grets to lose Miss Hill from the com
Miss Mattie Sue Holston who has
been taking a business course since
last fall in Columbia, has finished
and is at homo again. She has a po
sition in the law office of Mr. J. H.
The Philharmonic music club will
meet next Thursday afternoon at 4
o' clock at the home of Mrs. W. L.
Dunovant, Sr., with Mrs. W. L. Dun
ovant, Sr., and Mrs. W. L. Dunovant,
Jr., as hostesses.
Misses Marie und Sophie Abney en
tertained at a charming 5 o'clock tea
Saturday afternoon in honor of Miss
Grace Brumbaugh. Mrs. Mamie N.
Tillman, Mrs. A. A. Woodson, Miss
Patti Major, Miss Kern and Mrs. J. L.
Mims were guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Abner Broadwater
entertained Thursday of last week
it a tea when Dr. and Mrs. R. G. Lee,
Mrs. Mamie N. Tillman, Mr. and Mrs.
A.. B. Carwile, Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Kennerly and Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Bla
bck, Jr., were guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes who have
seen visitors in the home of Mrs. N.
j. Evans have returned to their home
n Macon, Ga. Mrs, Rhodes has been
n Edgefield for several months with
ier sister. Miss Julia Walker, who
las also been with Mrs. Evans, left
,o pay a visit to her aunt Mrs.
Mrs. Luther Wheeler of Saluda,
cnown by many in our county as the
;eacher of the Centre Spring school
"or two years, died at her home in
saluda on Thursday, leaving a little
laughter three weeks of age. Mrs.
Wheeler was Miss Elizabeth Webb, a
rery fine young woman whose death
viii be learned with regret.
One of the many reasons why you
hould buy a Fordson Tractor is be
ause you can get parts here at home
Y0NCE & MOONEY.
It was announced on Sunday in
the churches that a public meeting
would be held in the Baptist church
on Sunday afternoon, February 22,
Washington's birthday, when Mr.
Lumpkin of Columbia would speak
and certificates presented members
of families who lost their sons in the
World War. There were 25 white and
colored soldiers who made the su
preme sacrifice. This meeting is ar
anged by the Edgefield Post, Ameri
can Legion, J. 0. Sheppard Comman
dant. The program will be published
The sermons on the Ten Command
ments at the Baptist church are at
tracting great interest and discus
sion. Sunday, the morning subject
was "Thou shalt not take the name of
the Lord, thy God in vain." In the
evening the sermon was on Sabbath
Observance. The latter was presented
from a very unusual viewpoint and
was full of common sense, giving
people a broad and hopeful view of
the Sabbath as it is today, and yet
glorifying the day as a time of re
ligious instruction and |communion
with eternal verities.
Most anything in fancy groceries.
If we fail to have it, let us get it for
J. D. KEMP & CO.
A Good Plan.
Miss Marjorie McKie, one of the
teachers at the Sweetwater School,
sends in this week a beautifully writ
ten news letter from one of her pu
pils, Nona Morgan. This is a splen
did idea, that of training young peo
ple to observe and record the happen
ings of the community in which they
live. The Advertiser will expect an
other one next week.
County Health Nurse.
The idea of having a County
Health nurse is growing everywhere,
[n Anderson two towns have employ
ed nurses whose wrok is preventative
is well as required in case of emer
gency. In case pf an influenza epi
lemic, the Health Nui*se is on the
ground to see that the nurses who
:ome in are not profiteering and that
heir work is up to hte standard.
Cdgefield has a treasure in Miss
?race Brumbaugh. Her services are
Billy Pryor Here Friday Night.
To those who enjoy a real musical
Vaudeville act with a bit of Jazz,
and including some of the best jokes
and sayings of the Big Time Vaude
ville, can't afford to miss Billy Pry
or, the Banjo King, at the Edgefield
Theatre Friday evening at 8:15 j
o'clock. Also a feature Picture Pro-1
gram, Presenting "The Magic Toy j
Maker," a wonderful illusion pic- j
ture in five parts. And now for fun
again, there will be Charlie Chaplin,
in a three reel gloom chaser, "The
Gang Leader." For a real pleasant
evening you can't afford to miss this
combined attraction of Vaudeville
and Pictures, at the Edgefield Thea
tre, Friday evening, February 13th
at 8:15. Come and let the kiddies
Entetaining Lyceum Attraction
The fourth attraction of the Lyce- ?
um course played to a crowded house,
in fact, so great was the good humor
ed, happy crowd that the perform
ance was delayed until more chairs
could be brought, notwithstanding I
the fact that the committee had ar-P
ranged for an extra number of seats.
From start to finish Poluhni held
the people spell bound. They drank
in his sweet music from the romantic
lyre, they watched, fascinated, the
marvellous manipulation of the Swiss
aells, in which Madame Poluhni as
sisted most adeptly. They laughed at
:he clever jokes which interspersed
the program, adding humor to the
Entertainment, and marvelled at the
nystical illusions, the new wonderful
ricks that this wizard performed.
The hand of Time swung back,
naking each spectator, regardless of
ige, a child, before whose eager eyes
rick after trick was accomplished,
md so wonderful was the mind read
ng that "the older children" of this
pell bound audience were afraid to
hink on the store of secrets always
The Civic League is gratified at
his splendid success of its fouth num
?er. The fifth and last number of the
ourse will be a lecture by Bo^th
-lowery, of Mississippi, the wittiest
nan an the American stage today.
Remember we carry a large stock
f feeds, oats, corn, alfalfa and
J. D. KEMP & CO.
Bennie Parker Married.
Our friend, Bennie Parker sur
prised his friends in Edgefield by
sending the message of his marriage
to a young lady of Kansas on last
Wednesday. The message came over
long distance phone and was so un
satisfactory in detail that the partic
ulars can not be announced at this
Kansas is a great state. There they
have had prohibition and Woman's
Suffrage a long time, and although
originally an arid state, is listed now
as having the highest per capita sav
ings of any other state in all the
Mr. Parker has found a companion
in this central hub of our nation and
we are sure he has made a wise se
lection. Particulars will be given lat
Dots From Sweet Water.
Cooper School is getting along
nicely with two, teachers, Miss Mar
jorie McKie and Miss Mary Waters.
We are very fond of both. We are
having bad weather but the school is
aroing on just the same.
Our school is located a mile from
where Old Curryton School used to
stand, where some of our fore pa
rents got their education.
The community was saddened by
;he death of Dr. Nixon Bunch, who
lied at the University Hospital. He
eaves a wife and two children. His
jodywas carried to Greymont, S. C.,
"or burial which is near his home in
Miss Nettis Sempson from Green
ville is visiting Mr. and Mrs. John
Miss Christine is at home from G.
N. C. on account of influenza.
Our beloved old Confederate sol
lier, Mr. H. E. Mealing, at the age of
lighty-two, milks his cows, feeds his
nules and hogs and is very active for
; man of his age.
Mrs. Theresa Adams, his sister, at
he age of eighty-six, is also very ac
ive for her age. May God spare
hese two Christian people for the
;oou they may do in the community.
FOR SALE: At Lyoft Brothers'
?arage, one Farm Lighting plant that
/ill pump your water and saw your
rood. Let us show you.
W. M. HARLING.
Bene?t Performance for The
In conjunction with the American
Legion, Mr. Wall, manager of the
Edgefield Theatre, is showing one of
the best pictures of the season for
the benefit of the local post of the
American Legion, Douglas Fair
banks, in his newest picture "His
Majesty The American."
In this picture "Doug" carnes you
ko New York and then to Mexico,
where he shows you how to take care
of the Mexican situation, and then
ie tackles the biggest job of his life.
Did he win? See what happened
VIonday, February 16th, Matinee and
Evening. For the benefit of the
?chool children there will be a special
Vlatinee which will not interfere with
;heir studies as the matinee will start
jrornptly at 3:30. Be on time to see
his great picture of Douglas, and
?elp the cause in which it is given.
Pursuant to authority of W. Banks
)ove, Secretary pf State of South
karolina, notice is hereby given that
he books of subscription to the cap
tai stock of J. D. Kemp & Co., mer
hants, will be open at their store in
Ddgefield,S. C. on Saturday, Febru
iry 14th from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. of
aid day; amount of capital stock be
B. B. JONES
J. D. KEMP
H. B. KEMP
Board of Corporators.
Mgefield, S. C.
February 10, 1920.
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