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. (. SUCCESSORS TO)
YONCE & M
Having acquired the entire business of Yonce & Mooney, we are now ready
for business, at the same old stand, and invite our friends to call to see us.
We have a full stock of everything in the Ford line at the new low prices,
and are better equipped to serve the Edgefield public than ever before.
The following are the prevailing prices, which are the lowest in the history
of the Ford Motor Company :
CLINCHES, WITHOUT STARTER
CLINCHER WITH STARTER
Touring . . . $418.00
Runabout . . . 389.00
Chassis ... 355.00
F. O. B. Detroit
DEMOUNTABLE WITHOUT STARTER
Touring . . . , $373.00
DEMOUNTABLE WITH STARTER
Touring . $443.00
F. o. B
Wednesday, February 15.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Mr. O. B. Anderson is attending
court in McCormick this week.
Mr. M. H. Deal spent Monday and
Tuesday .in McCormick on business.
Miss Annie Roddey Miller of Rock
Hill is the guest of Mrs. A. R. Nich
Mr. and Mrs. Calhoun A. Mays of
Greenwood spent Monday with Col.
S. B. Mays.
Mrs. J. Manet Lawton has gone
to Spartanburg for a visit to friends
Mr. Julian Key of Columbia is
here visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Key.
Mrs. Berta Hill of Augusta is
spending a portion of this week with
Mrs. I. W. Hume.
Mr. W. A. Strom; Dr. A. H. Corley
and Mr. Ii. T. May motored to Green
wood Monday on business.
Mrs. Kate Kernaghan is spending
some time with her daughter, Mrs. J.
Pope Matthews of Columbia.
Mrs. Annie Rives left last week
for Charleston where she will visit
her daughter, Mrs. Bentley Ward.
Mr. 0. L. Dobson of Augusta spent
Sunday in Edgefield visiting his
mother, Mrs. Emma N. Dobson.
Mrs. W. S. Boykin has gone to La
urance, Ga, to. spend some time with
her mother, Mrs. J. Y. Phillips.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Blake of7Green
wood spent ?unday in the home of
Col. S. B. Mays, Mrs. Blake's father.
Messrs. Quarles & Timmerman an
nounce this week that they will begin
a 19 cents sale Saturday. Some very
great bargains can be secured for this
small sum during this sale. Read their
Mr. T. A. Hightower and Mr. D. L
Stalcup have returned from a verj
pleasant trip of a week to Boston anc
other northern points.
Mrs. Lilla H. Ready, Mrs. Sadie
Hill and Mr. Hill Ready of Johnstor
spent Sunday in Edgefield as guests
of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Nicholson.
A full resort of the addresses o?
Dr. W. W. Long and Dr. Clarence
Poe at Johnston yesterday will be
given in The Advertiser next week.
Mrs. Marie Cheatham Sharpton is
at home after a stay of several
months in Washington, D. C., with
her gifted son, James Bacon Sharp
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sheppard are
receiving the congratulations of their
friends over the coming of a little son
to be a permanent visitor in their
Edgefield friends waft affectionate
greetings to Master Frank Stanford
Bland, Jr., of Johnston and offer con
gratulations to the happy father and
Mr. W. 0. Tatum, Jr., superintend
ent of the Edgefield graded and high
schools, attended a conference of
school superintendents in Columbia
Mr. W. H. Mahoney, the head of
the manual training department of
the Edgefield High School, attended
an agricultural conference in Colum
The February meeting of the Edge
field chapter, D. A. R., will be held at
the home of Mrs. J. H. Cantelou, on
Tuesday afternoon, February 21, at
Mr. and Mrs. Manly Dobson of
Johnston spent Sunday with Mrs.
Emma N. Dobson. Mr. Dobson is now
serving the Southern railroad as
agent at Johnston.
Among the visitors who were here
to enjoy Bishop Guerry's splendid
sermon on Monday evening were Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest Boatwright and Mr.
Hal Boatwright of Monetta.
FOR SALE: Engine, boiler ,saw,
log cart and yoke of oxen. Apply to
P. P. BLAL?CK.
Miss Sophie Abney has returned
from an extended visit to her niece,
.Mrs. A. J. Ives in Savannah. Mrs.
Ives accompanied Miss Abney home,
but only remained 'or the night.
Mrs. P. P. Blalock, Jr., gave a
'bridge luncheon Friday morling in
compliment to Miss Annie Roddey
Miller of Rock Hill who is the guest
of Mrs. A. R. Nicholson.
Mr. J. D. Holst?in had his tonsils
removed in Columbia last week and
remained in the hospital until Friday
when he returned to his home. He has
.been steadily improving since the op
The board of county commissioners
will hold a business meeting in their
office next Monday and among other
things will elect a clerk to fill the va
cancy caused by the recent resigna
tion of Mr. M. A. Watson.
Attention is directed to the follow
ing new advertisements this week:
The Corner Store, Johnston Roller
Mills, Collett's, M. A. Taylor, Yonce
Motor Company, Southern Railroad
and Coe-Mortimer Fertilizers.
Monday morning the Stork visited
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ber
rian, Jr., and presented them with a
little son, who has been given the
name of his father and grandfather,
making him W. A. Berrian, 3rd.
Misses Kate Samuel and Ruth
Lyon returned Monday from Atlanta
where they purchased a large spring
stock of millinery and ladies' ready to
wear goods for the Quality Shop.
They will make their spring an
nouncement after the goods arrive.
Clerk of Court Paul L. Cogburn
has received a letter from Mr. W. R.
Bradley, acting collector of internal
revenue, stating that two deputies
will be in Edgefield February 20 and
21 to assist the people here in mak
ing their Federal income tax re
A message from Miss Lena Stev
ens who is now making her home with
her brother, Mr. Smyly Stevens, ex
presses her enjoyment of the town
of Bennettsville and its privileges,
but also says that 'she longs "for a
glimpse of old Edgefield and the
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. A. Burnett
were among the visitors in Edgefield
Saturday. Mrs. Burnett is teaching
the Beaver Dam School which has an
enrollment of 35 pupils. Sunday
school is also held in the school build
ing every Sunday afternoon. Mr. R.
W. Christie is the superintendent.
Mr. W. M. Mahoney, the head of
the manual training department of
the Edgefield school, carried the boys
of the agricultural class over to John
ston Tuesday to hear Dr. W. W.
Long, the head of the extension work
of Clemson College, and Dr. Clarence
Poe, editor of the Progressive Far
Trenton Methodist Church.
Preaching Sunday night at Tren
ton by the pastor, Rev. G. W. M.
Taylor The subject for Sunday night
will be "The Ideal Woman"
Tuesday afternoon Master Byrnes
Ouzts, the youngest son of Mrs. Eva
W. Ouzts, gave a Valentine party
and invited all of' his school friends
of his grade and also the small chil
dren on Jeter street. A large collec
tion of Valentines, some very beauti
ful and others comic, were brought to
the party by the children, the comic
ones provoking much. laughter. The
little folk also enjoyed many games
but the crowning feature of the oc
casion was the delicious punch and
ice cream and cake that were served.
The beautiful hospitality of the lit
tle host will not be forgotten by ?hose
Musical at Trenton.
The ladies of the Methodist church
at Trenton are planning to give a mu
sical on Friday evening, March 3. Lo
caL talent will be used for the entei
tainment but as Trenton has fine mu
sical talent, both vocal and instru
mental, as can be found in the State,
the entertainment will be of high or
der. All music lovers should bear'in
mind the date and not miss this en
tertainment. Then too, it will be giv
en to promote a very worthy cause
which should make it appeal to every
body. The admission price will be
small. Only 10 cents for children
from 6 to 16 and 20 cents for per
sons over 16 years.
Edgefield Methodist Church.
Sunday morning at 11:30 Rev. G.
W. M. Taylor will preach at the Edge
field Methodist church on the subject:
"The Golden Rule in Business," or
"Can I Run My Business According
to the Gospel Standard?"
Presentation to O. L. Dobson
at R. A. M. Meet.
The Augusta chapter, number two,
Royal Arch Masons, at a meeting
held last night, presented O. L. Dob
son the Jewel of Fast High Priest
of the Order.
The presentation was made by
Hon. Sam L. Olive in a most im
pressive manner. The response by Mr.
Dobson was most appropriate and to
Mr. Dobson served the Augusta
chapter as High Priest for a period
of two years and retired at the end
of the time, one of the best beloved
and most popular of Augusta Ma
sons.-Augusta Chronicle. '
Yonce Motor Company.
In its half page advertisement in
this issue the Yonce Motor Company
announces that it is ready for busi
ness at the old Yonce stand, being the
successor of Yonce & Mooney. The
place has been closed the past seven
weeks spending the adjustment of
the dissolution of the firm of Yonce
& Mooney. The new firm announces
that it has a full stock of everything
made by the Ford Motor Company,
all priced at the new low prices. The
prices of cars, trucks and tractons1
given in this advertisement are the
lowest ever made by the Ford Com
pany. Now is the time to place your
orders. Mr. W. P. Yonce will welcome
his friends at the old stand and will
make it to their inter :>t to give him
their patronage. Read the new Ford
prices which are astoundingly low.
CARD OF THANKS.
I want to thank the many friends
and loved ones who were so kind to
me during the sudden death of my
dear wife. They will always be re
membered by me and other members
of the family.
J. C. TIM-MERMAN.
Program of Y. W. A. Meeting.
To be held in the Edgefield'Baptist
church Thursday afternoon, Febru
ary 23, 1922, at 3:30 o'clock.
Subject: "Our Foreign Mission
Prayer for all mission agencies in
Talk-New S. B. C. Foreign Mis
sion Territory, Mrs. Mamie N. Till
Violin trio-Misses R?sela Parker,
Lois Mims, Mrs. Walter Cantelou.
Woman's Work in Syria-Miss
Current Events, Mrs. Harry Strom.
Business, Minutes, Treasurer's Re
Hymn-O Zion Haste.
Woman's Missionary Meeting
at Methodist Church.
Friday at 3:30 o'clock.
j Bible Lesson: "Heralds of a New
Day," Mark 1:1-15.
Leader: Mrs. J. W. Stewart.
Missionary News: Miss Mamie
Dunovant. ? i
Report from Inter-racial Confer
ence in Columbia: Mrs. H. N. Gren
Points on the Life and Customs of
the Cubans: Mrs. A. H. Corle'y.
Mrs. W. 0. Tatum, who has taught
in Havana and in "Irene Toland
School" at Matanzas, will tell some
thing of^ these schools.
Reading: Mrs. A. R. Nicholson.
Period of intercession in charge
of Prayer Committee, Mrs. T. H.
WANTED: Good, sound corn for
milling purposes, sixty-five cents paid
for same in shuck or seventy-five
J. G. ALFORD.
FOR RENT OR SALE: Seven room
house, large ?corner lot, Edisto and
Addison streets, Johnston, S. C.
Mrs. W. S. STOKES,
919 Sumter Street,
Columbia, S. C.