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The Reason Why!
_ The grocers of this town offer for sale NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY'S products to their
- ^ customers, because they believe that this is the highest quality line of biscuit manufactured. For every emer
gency there are appropriate biscuits, the achievement of genuine art in baking, every recipe a masterpiece ?nd every biscuit
individual. The quality of these biscuits has been maintained by using the best flour, sugar, butter, eggs, nuts, spices, fruits and flavors.
ABOVE ALL-UNEEDA BISCUIT.
Lift the lid.
Of any big tin box
On our show case No. 1.
Therein you'll find
Dainty dainties in
National Biscuit Co.'s products.
You know the route.
Down the big street
At the depot-and
You are at
We carry a complete line of
Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables,
Crackers and Cold Drinks.
We deliver at no extra cost
to you. Our quality and ser
vice has stood the test. Full
line of National. Biscuit Co. 's
crackers always on hand.
W. G. Byrd
Every Friday and Saturday we
have Fresh Vegetables.
Fruits of all kinds. Staple and
Our quality and service stands the test
We deliver the merchandise at no extra
cost to you. Join our many satisfied cus
tomers. Trade, where prices are reasona
ble. When your pantry is calling let it
talk to phone 65.
Warren & Cantelou
Fresh Fruits,Vegetables, Groceries,
Fish and Oysters
Our quality and service has stood the
test. We deliver the best of merchandise
at no extra cost to you. Join our many
satisfied customers. Trade where reason
able prices prevail.
Headquarters for National Biscuit Co.'s
Edgefield Fruit Co.
W. L. BRYAN
THE HANDY STORE
We handle only the best the
market affords in Groceries,
Meats and Soft Drinks.
Complete line of National Bis
cuit Co.'s crackers always on
hand. . .
W. L. BRYAN
Opposite Addison Mills
We Carry a complete line of National
Biscuit Company's Cakes and Crackers.
WATCH OUB WIPOW DISPLAY
W. E. Lynch & Go.
ALFORD'S IICM^GROUND MEAL
HEINZ'S CATSUPS AND PICKLES
PTRINA POULTRY FOOD
Also a Complete Line of Fancy and
J. D. Kemp & Co
When it comes to quality, prices and service
buy your Fresh Meats, Fruits, Vegetables,
Eggs, Groceries, Bread, Coffees and Teas from
J. W. Reel
The Quality Grocer
Office No 61
Residence, No. 17
Wednesday, April 12.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL]
Mr. L. J. Mauney spent Sunday in
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Mitchell were
among the visitors in Augusta yes
Mrs. P. P. Blalock, Jr., and Mrs.
Annie Walker are visiting relatives
in North Augusta.
Mrs. Lillie Cogburn of Greenwood
-and her sons spent the week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Broadwater
have gone to Eustis, Fla., to visit
Mr. and Mrs. Evan Cochran.
Mrs. W. P. Carpenter of Moores
ville, N.. C., is here visiting her
daughter, Mrs. D. H. JRudisill.
Rev. G. W. M. Taylor will preach
at Trenton Methodist" church Sunday
night at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Abner Broadwater left last
week for Spartanburg where she was
called to the bedside of her father
who is ill.
Mrs. D. J. LaGrone has as her Eas
ter guests, Mr. I. T. Welling, Miss
Mae Welling and Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Verner of Darlington.
Mrs. T. T. Mounce of Augusta and
Mrs. John Challiss of Detroit, Mich
igan, are guests of Miss Virginia Ad
Thursday evening Miss Virginia
Addison entertained some friends
with an elaborate tea in honor of Mrs.
Mrs. W. M. Mooney has the sym
pathy of the entire community in her
?bereavement caused by the death of
?er mother in New York Sunday.
Miss Annie Bee spent the week
end in Aiken as the guest of Mrs. I.
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Beman of Au
gusta spent Sunday in Edgefield with
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Key.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Harling of Plum
Branch spent Sunday and Monday in
Edgefield with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Goodyear of
Greenville were guests of Mrs. P. M.
Work on the post office building is
progressing rapidly. In a few short
weeks "Uncle Sam's" business will be
conducted at the old stand.
Mrs. J. Fv. Cantelou left yesterday
morning for Cochran, Ga., to be with
her mother who is quite sick. She
will probably be away several weeks.
Cupid's June harvest will be above
the average in Edgefield. One can al
most sniff orange blossoms in the air
In gardening Rev. G. W. M. Tay
lor is about the earliest bird we know
of, Already he has Irish potatoes as
large as a hen's egg-a Plymouth
Rock, not a Leghorn.
A conference of all Red Cross
workers will be held in Columbia next
Wednesday and a luncheon- will be
served in their honor at the Jefferson
hotel. Mrs. P. M. Feltham will at
tend from Edgefield.
The ladies of the missionary socie
ty of the Methodist church will hold
an all day session at the church to
morrow, Thursday, for mission study,
lunch being served at the church.
Mrs. Boozer of Columbia, a mission
study leader of wide experience, will
be present to teach the class. This
will be a rare opportunity for those
who are interested in missionary
After seriously considering the
matter I have decided to withdraw
my announcement as a candidate for
position on Board of Public Works
of town of Edgefield. I wish to thank
my friends fior their expressions of
confidence in me. ,
H. E. QUARLES.
Miss Fannie Wright Hill of Augus
ta spent the week-end in Edgefield a
the guest "of Mrs. W. L. Duno
Mr. Paul L. Cogburn announces hi
candidacy this week for Clerk o:
Court, asking for re-election for thi
unexpired portion of his father';
term. Mr. Cogburn has been servini
as clerk since the death of his fathei
and has rendered satisfactory service
Miss Lillian Smith, accompaniet
by Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Sanders, mo
tored to Edgefield Saturday after.
noon in her new car and remained un
til Sunday afternoon. Mr. Sanden
has many friends in Edgefield wh<
are always glad to welcome him in
our midst. This we believe was Mrs,
Sanders' first visit to Edgefield.
Everybody is speaking of Dr. A. R.
Nicholson's model farm near town.
Besides a considerable acreage of on
ions, Irish potatoes and cabbage, not
to mention cotton and cor.., much
attention is being given to stock rais
ing. He has provided a number of
grazing patches for his stock, all un
der woven wire. Dr. A. R. Nicholson
has Mr. Ed Strom on his farm and
Mr. Strom has already made good as
a truck farmer.
Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Ennett, Mr.
W. C. Tompkins, Misses Ruth and
Grace Tompkins motored to Charles
ton Saturday to visit the celebrated
Magnolia Gardens on the Asheley.
They made the journey in seven
hours, going by way of Aiken, Bam
berg, Springfield, Orangeburg. They
returned to Edgefield Sunday night,
being abundantly repaid for their
trip by feasting their eyes upon the
enchanting beauty of Magnolia Gar
dens, which is regarded far and near
as one of the beauty spots of Amer
As the days grow longer and the
sun hotter, one's system calls for a
cooling, refreshing drink. Chero Cola
fills the need-always palatable and
pleasing to the taste)
CHERO COLA BOTTLING CO.
The Best Hot Weather Tonic
GROVE'S TASTELESS chiU TONIC enriches t h t
blood, builds ap the whole system and will won
derfully strengthen and fortify you to withstand
the depressing effect of the bot summer. 50c
Mrs. M. B. Tucker leaves Thursdaj
for a short visit to her old home ir
Thomson, Ga. Mr. Tucker will jok
her there for Easter.
Hunt for the golden egg at the
^'scopal egg hunt at Hill Crest nexl
Monday afternoon and get the prize.
.Admission 10 cents; home-made ice
cream cones, ten cents.
In the contest conducted by the
Edgefield Chronicle Miss Margaret
Madden was chosen queen of the
Palmafesta from Edgefield county.
We congratulate her upon this dis
Mr. L. T. May who is well and fa
vorably known throughout the coun
ty announces his candidacy this week
for the office of clerk of court. If
chosen by the people, he will render
faithful and efficient service.
We direct attention to the follow
ing new advertisements this week:
Israel Mukashy, The Corner Store,
Yonce Motor Company, Huggins'
Store, W. E. Lynch & Company, J.
D. Kemp & Company, J. W. Reel; W.
G. Byrd, W. L. Bryan, Warren & Can
telou and the Edgefield Fruit Com
"Lord make us thankful
For the French-fried potatoes,"
So the paper says
The preaoher said,
And they ditched him.
Wo say "thanks be"-for our
Phone is in at hst.
Our number 's- 107
For that COFFE-HOUSE DRIP,
The best-yes mam-the best.
We can hardly supply the demand
for Ford cars, so great has been the
increase in the demand. We have
only one Roadster on hand. Wonder
who'll get that.
YONCE MOTOR CO.
"Buster Brown" brand socks for
children in one-half ,and three-quar
QUARLES & TIMMERMAN,'1
WANTED: Hens and fryers-all
kinds of poultry.
H. H. SMITH, Jr.
At Cantelou's Stable.
WANTED: Man with car to sell
the BEST Ford Oil Guage made.
$100.00 per week and extra commis
sions. Accessories Co., 3988 Graham,
Benton Harbor, Mich.
Our new spring
selected in person
markets has arri
displayed. We ir
and especially th<
in and let us sho1
spring goods in
We bought these goods
can sell them very low. Co
prove what we say.
WANTED: Chickens and
eggs wanted. We will pay
highest cash prices. Wire us
for prices. Owens Fruit' and
Produce Co., Tampa, Fla.
We want our old friends to
come and see our new Spring
Hats. They are beautiful, and
very wearable and reasonable
in price. Come to see us and
the hats also.
NORRIS MILLINERY CO.,
? stock which we
in the Northern
ved, and is now
Lvite the people,
3 ladies, to come
w them our new
at the new low prices and
me in to see us and let us