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Confidence and Hope
Be like a bird, that halting in her
Awhile on boughs too slight,
Feels them give away beneath ? her
and yet sings
Knowing that she hath wings.
Hope, child, tomorrow and tomorrow
And every morrow hope; trust
while you live,
Hope!-each time the dawn doth
Be there to ask, as God is there to
Temporary Store Building.
Mr. W. C. Lynch is planning to
erect av building of galvanized iron
just to the rear of where his drug
store was burned and he will re-open
the Lynch Drug Store in it until a
brick building can be erected. As
soon as Mr. Lynch again opens his
doors for business he will be gener
ously patronized. By a generous pat
ronage his friends can help him re
cover from the recent heavy loss.
Attention is directed to the adver
tisement of Mr. C. N. Bradshaw in
this issue. He has located in Edgefield
and is equipped for doing all kinds of
plumbing, the sanitary kind that will
stand the most rigid inspection. His
place of business is in the basement
under the store of Reynolds & Pad
gett. Mr. Bradshaw is not only equip
ped for doing plumbing in the most
approved manner, but he does it just
as he represents that he will. See him
is you contemplate installing water
in your home with bath-room equip
Building and Contracting.
I desire to notify the people of
Edgefield that I have located here
and will be glad to assist then in
drawing plans, will make estimates
on work and make contracts for all
Icinds of building, remodeling and re
pairing. See me before letting a con
tract for your work. It is probable
that I can save you money.
T. P. SKINNER.
LOST: Brand new Brunswick
31x4 casing inner tube and rim off j
of hack of my car on night of March ,
24. Reward for information. <
J. G. EDWARDS. ]
There is a reason why The
Aiken Gift Shop Kodak Finish
ing is superior. A trial will con
vince you. i
The AiV-n Gift Shop,
Aiken, S. C.
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bile cr Truck.
at the Edgefie
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Work Soon to Begin.
Ground will be broken in a few
days for the installment of a modern
water and sewerage system for the
town of Edgefield. The contract calls
for a completion of the work by the
31st of August. Four separate con
tracting firms will prosecute the work
with all possible dispatch till the last"
stroke has been made. One will erect
the power plant and reservoir; an
other will lay the water mains; an
other will erect the tank and tower
near the residence of Gov. Sheppard
-just west of his residence-and
still another will construct the sew
Honor Roll Edgefield High
and Graded School.
First. Grade: Gladys Parks, Ruth
Kemp, Carroll Kemp, Mary Gibson,
Martha Gibson, Helen Deal, Esther
Daitch, Almena Swearingen
. Second Grade: Marie Bussey, Hel
en Dunovant, Carrie Johnson, Esther
Third Grade: Dorothy Marsh, Ja
nie Edwards, Mary Cantelou, Wil
ilam Byrd, Elizabeth Kemp, Martha
Stewart, Mary Lorene Townsend.
Fourth Grade: Fitzmaurice Byrd,
John Nixon, Byrnes Ouzts, Rebecca
Arthur, Carolyn Dorn, Eleanor Dun
ovant, Maysie Kemp, Mary Thur
Fifth Grade: (Distinguished) Effie
Allen Lott, Margaret Strom; (90-95)
Perry McCarty, Frances Wells, Mar
Sixth Grade: (95-100) Kathryn
Stewart, Elizabeth Timmerman;
(90-95) Carrie Dunovant, John Fel
tham, Fair Nicholson, Albert Rains
Seventh Grade: Willie Mae Mc
Carty, ' Magdalene Redd, May Rives,
Eighth Grade: Gladys Lawton, Al
Notice of Final Discharge.
io AU Whom These Present? May
, Whereas; T. J. Briggs has made
ippiication unto this court for final
iischarge as Administrator in re the
?state of Dr. Wm. T. Briggs, late of
Sdgefield County, S. C., deceased, on
ihis the 27th day of February 1920.
These are Therefore to cite any
ind all kindred, creditors or parties
nterested to show cause before me
it my office at Edgefield Court House
South Carolina, on the 3rd day of
April 1920 at ll o'clock a. m., why
;aid order of discharge should not be
W. T. KINNAIRD,
J. P. C., E. C., S. C.
WANTED: To buy Scrap Iron of
ill kinds, brass, copper, aluminum,
rags, bones, etc. Highest prices paid,
tfext door to Cassell's guano house.
Johnston, S. C.
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n'ounce to the peopl<
am in a position t<
fwhere in the coun
dings and contents.
3le to give expert
/ears' experience in
f the largest compa
i position to handle
in the insurance li
: and Health, Live ?
s. Also I can insur
,te with me at No.
imbia, S. C., or see I
?id Mercantile Com]
Building Y olumb
MANY BUSINESS WOMEN
They Build Up Promptly on
RECOMMENDED BY PHYSICIANS
Builds Rich, Red Blood-Creates
Pleasant to Take.
The pale, nervous, always-tired
type of young business woman is
liability both to herself and to her]
How the bright, laughing, eern
getic tpye of girl is admired in busi
ness. Her sunny disposition, enthu
siasm, and general efficiency com
bine to make her a valuable asset to
If the girl with the continually list
less, tired, and worn-out feeling
would only realize that such a condi
tion is probably caused by poor, im
poverished blood which can be easily
improved, how much happier she
After taking Pepto-Mangan for a j
short time, the cheeks regain the
wholesome, rosy complexion,the eyes
sparkle, the step quickens, the entire
system is filled with new vitality ano
Pepto-Mangan is sold in both liquid
and tablet form. Both are of the
same medicinal value.
"Gude's" is the genuine Pepto
Mangan. If "Gude's" isnot on the
package, it is not Pepto-Mangan.- ]
SALESMEN WANTED to solicit]
orders for lubricating oils, greases
and paints. Salary or Commission.
Address THE HARVEY OIL CO.
Did you know that we will equip
your Ford with Shock Absorbers and
guarantee them to give satisfaction
YONCE & MOONEY.
In pursuance of the resolution of
the Board of Directors of the Bank
of Trenton, that it is advisable to in
crease the capital stock of said bank
from twenty-five thousand to fifty
thousand dollars, the stockholders of
said bank are hereby notified andre
quested to appear at said bank either
in person or by proxy at Four o'clock
p. m. on April 7th, 1920 for the pur
pose of considernig the advisability
of adopting the resolutions of the
said Board of Directors.
J. F. BETTIS
A. S. J. MILLER
B. B. BOUKNIGHT
B. R. TILLMAN
ANDREW C. YONCE
J. M. VANN
W. W. MILLER
J. M. LONG
3 of Edgefield
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service, for I
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! DO YOUR
SI The Store of Better Qualities at Lower Prices
Action and not words is what counts. And we do act! Sell better merchan- (???
dise for less money. We are straining all our efforts to uphold our reputation
as well.as the reputation of the goods we sell. Give us a trial on your Easter
shopping tour and you will be well rewarded.
Men9s and Young Men9s Suits
of the very best tailoring and extra good qualities, all the latest styles will be
sold at a saving of from $10 to $15. A better suit at a lower price than any
store around here.
arriving daily. All the4atest styles for men
and women. Every well dressed lady and
gentleman in Edgefield can't afford to miss
seeing these snappy new designs. All sold at
most moderate prices.
We Carry the Finest Line of Boys' Suits
Let us fit your boy with a better suit at a big saving
Ladies' and Children's Middy Blouses and Summer Dresses-Several hundred of them
now on hand at very reasonable prices.
Everything to Wear for Easter for Every Member of the Family
We sell at lower prices than any store around here, for we carry a better and more complete line
WE ARE READY TO PLEASE YOU
ITS A FACT
THAT WE ARE YOUNG
It is also a fact that our grazing has been
above our expectations from the beginning,
as our published statement to the bank
examiner of March 1st showed. Our cus
tomers appreciation of our helpful banking
service is a strong argument for your con
nection with us. A checking account
trains you to think twice before spending
money. One little, old lonesome dollar
will start an account. One of our certifi
cate of deposit saws wood for you at 5%
while you snooze. We welcome )rou on
either-on our toes to serve you.
THE PEOPLES BANK
THE BANK THAT APPRECIATES