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Office No. 61.
Residence, No.l 7. Wednesday, Feb. 16. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. The cold snap will hold the fruit back hut will not have any ap preciable effect upon the candidates. Miss Royall Peak who teaches in Greeley vii Ie bas arrived to attend the Blalock-Bovd wedding to-mor row afternoon. Auto parties went to Aii?usta Monday and Tuesday to ?ee ' The Birth of a Nation." Others will go this afternoon and to-night. Rev. J. W. Kilgo, thc presiding elder of the Columbia d'strict, will preach in the Methodist church Sunday morning at 11:15 o'clock. Mrs. J. S. Byra and little Fitz maurice are spending some time in Columbia with Mr. and Mrs. John Fitzmaurice, the parents of Mrs. Byrd. Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Evans and Master George, Jr., went down to Augusta Friday to see the patriotic photo play "The Battle Cry of Peace." Mrs. Frank Fetzer, nee Miss Madge Graydon, came down from Greenwood in her car Friday and carried Mrs. Ella Tompkins back with ber to spend some time. Mr. G. C. Timmerman, one of the leading, farmers of the Callison section, Greenwood county, spent the week end here with his brother, Mr. A. M. Timmerman. Guests are already arriving for the marriage of Miss Marion Bla lock and hr. William Sims Boyd which will take place to-morrow afternoon at five o'clock. Mrs. Sallie Bigham is visiting: her daughter, Mrs. J. C. Whatley, in North Augusta. Before abe re turns to Edirefield she will visit ber other daughters in Georgia. The spring, term of court will convene the first Monday in March Hon. Ernest Moore, of Lancaster, presiding. The grand jurors and petit jury are published in this is sue. Rev. P. P. Blalock filiad the ap pointment in the Presbyterian church at Johnston last Sunday for Rev. E. C. Bailey. The latter was summoned to Florence to officiate at a marriage. , When you send your team to town caution the driver about feed ing the mules properly at dinner. Tell him that throwing corn on the bare ground is not the proper way to feed a faithful beast of burden. Mr. M. P. Wells has practically announced, informally, that he will be a candidate for the State senate. It is presumed that Mr. Nicholson will offer for re-election for the senate, having served only one term. STRAYED: A 350-pound Berk shire sow has strayed from tn y farm; nose and feet white. A re ward of *5 will belaid for any in formatiou concernjfeg her. J. G. Edwards, M. D., Erlgefield, S. C. 2-9-lt. Miss Kate Samuel is back from New York, where she spent several weeks studying the spring styles. She is well equipped for supplying the milliuery needs from the large spring stock which Mr. Turner pur . chased tor the Corner Store. Hrs. J. L. Mims spent several -Haya of the past week with her . daughter, Miss Florence Mims, at . Coker college. While in Hartsville she visited Rev. and Mrs. P. H. Bussey, who reside two or three ,>mile? from that progressive town. if you have planned to use any goan o this year, it's a mighty good time to haul it. The roads are fairly good and the ground is yet too wet to plow. We counted twenty-odd wagons loaded with commercial fertilizers on the public square yes terday about the noon hour. .Merchants are receiving large 'shipments of plow slocks, plow -steels, etc, and if the rains cease, farmers will soon be turning the ;soil, making ready for another cot ton crop, which may bring 15 cents oi 7 cents. The latter price will pre vail, if a large yield is made in 1916. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Johnson en tertained very delightfully a few friends Sunday with a spend-tbe-day party. Their guests were Misses Letha, Olive and Auna Belle Jack Bun of the Philippi section and Messrs. George Cartledge and Evan Morgan of Plum Branch who came down in Mr. Morgan's new car. , 9 We have secured the agency for the best automobile on the market-one that will fit your purse as well as your needs. It is Modern in Equipment, Dignified in Design, and has a feature so much desired-Wearability. In this car you can get that service to be had in no other, and its smooth and graceful lines, together with its Thoroughly Competent Engine, coupled with the moderate price make it the ideal car for this section of the State. 112-inch wheel base-full five passenger seating capacity-Valve-in the-head motor. Full floating rear axle. Cantilever spring suspension. Every Detail Enriched Refined, Improved. The Grant Six commends itself to you at once because of its beauty and roominess-and because it is a SIX, with all that that SIX means-the SIX speed-the SIX troque-the SIX freedom from vibration-the SIX confidence and the SIX dura bility. It gives you every bit of size-every bit of economy-every bit of style, luxury, efficiency ana pulling power-gives it to you at a lower price than you would pay for a "four" of equal quality. Owners of Grant Six believe it to be the most valuable car in the world, price and quality considered. Such a car at such a price was unheard of till we pioneered the way. And to-day Grant Six is far ahead of competition. Just compare. The more closely you study the details that make value, the more carefully you search for real worth, the quicker you will arrive at the conviction that Grant Six is the car for you. For it's not only a SIX but a SIX OF QUALITY at an economy price. IT IS THE ECONOMICAL CAR FOR EXCELLENCE saving in original cost, saving in up-keep, saving in operating expense, in gas and oil. You will like it. Large enough for family and friend, and it will serve your business needs. We Want to Demonstrate this Car to You OALLL ON, PHONE OR WRITE GRANT & YONCE J. P. BLAND, Demonstrator H. D. GRANT JOHNSTON, S. O. W. P. YONGE We Want a Live Agent for Edgefield