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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7,1905.
! L0G/?L NEWS. !
A woman can make a dollar go
so. far that. ,he,r husband never
sees a cent of it again.
Mrs. Wallace Sheppard has ar
rived from Jacksonville, Fla., PO
spend the summer in Edgefield.
Love is blind; but what's the
difference? Most courtships are
promulgated in the dark.
E. H. Folk, Esq., was called to
Crrar.iteville on Friday last ou
important legal business.
Some one has defined technicali
tiest-) be what lawyers fight over
when the evidence i's limited.
Misses Sophie and Sallie May
T.liman were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. B. R. Tillman, Jr., at "Edge
wood" on Sunday last.
The gallows claims many a
victim whose downward career
began ii disobedience to parenis.
Dr. F. W. P. Butler left for
Nashville on Sunday to attend the
marriage of his brother, Capt. M.
C. Butler, which is to be solem
Fresh shipment by express of
Conida's Fine Candy. There is
nothing superior to it.
DUNOVANT & CO.
Past Grand Master Orlando
Sheppard went over lo Columbia
on Thursday to attend the Aseen-j
sion day exercises of the Knights
Miss Virginia Addison, whose
sunny disposition carries joy and
happiness whithersoever she goes,
is spending this week with rela
tives iu Due West.
When you bear of people who
iairly blaze with diamonds you
may rest assured that they are
not going to set the wjrld cu fire.
Ladies, call at the store of Mes
srs. Jones and Son and see their
Blue Flame Kerosene Oil Stoves.
You ought to have one in your
PRESCRIPTIONS our special
ty. Wesolicit your Prescriptions,
dav or night.
"WE GUARANTEE pure drugs,
accurate compounding, aud rea
W. E. LYNCH & CO.
Mr. Fred Auld and Miss Mary
Auld will arrive to-day to spend
the summer in Edgefield. They ;
will both be very cordially wei-j
corned. . -
Occasionally a man worries,
.'because he can't meet his obliga- i
i tions, but more often he worries
because he is- unable to dodge
Messrs. Jones & Sou have just
received a very large shipment of
fruit jars, Truit jar rubbers aud
j-illy tumbler*. It will pay the
housewives of Edgefield and vi
cinity to get their prices before
The farmers were either too
busy or too lazy and indifferent i
to respond to the call for the meet-1
iug on' Monday. Such a Brnajl
number came that President S.
T. Williams decided not to call j
the meeting to order. It is the 1
purpose now to have a grand far
mer?' rally the latter part, of
July-after the crops have been
Gen. T. Vv^Carwile, who travel
led over portions of Anderson,
Cherokee and Spartauburg coun
ties last week, says that the far
mers are hopelessly in the grass
in the Piedmont section. lu his
opinion it will be imposssible to
have all of the cotton worked that
has been planted in the counties
Bed Lounges are always useful
when an extra man happens io
drop in on you with a house full
of company. Don't forget to see
those for Bale by
EDGEFIELU MERCANTILE Co.
Miss Ora Landram, who has
proven by her very excellent work
as teacher in the music depart
ment of the S. C. C. I. during the
past session that she possesses
superior musical talent, will
teach music at the college during
the summer school which begins
on Monday, June the 19th. Her
terms will be $8 00 per month.
If it v/ere true of the Ridgefield
bar, as 1H sometimes alleged or
the legal profession; that lawyers
stir up strife in order to get a
retaiuer, this would be a remark
ably peaceable tr.wn this week,
for nearly every lawyer whose
shingle hangs oat in Edgffiild is
in attendance upon the supreme
Better be careful, young man,
in the wording"of your love let
ters. There's many a slip 'twixt
the engagement and the plight
ing of troths before the altar, and
who knows but wh?.t your love-ht
letters may be spread before the
public gaze? A certain New York
man recently paid his quondam
lady-love $30,000 rather than have
his letters read in court.
Miss Sophie Lowrey, who has
been residing at tho home of Mr.
R.E.Morgan and attending the
S. C. C. I. during the session just
closed, returned to her home at
Velma ou Sunday to pass the sum
mer vacation. She was accompa
nied by her bright Jitfle sister,
Mattie. Mise Sophie m ide many
friends while in Edgefield, especi
ally among her school mates, who
hope for ber return at the open
ing of the next session.
One half the world dc
know how the other half Hu
Miss Ollie Bolton of Colu
is visitiug Ler.trieud, Mrs. 'J
Mabel Maitlaud's dramatic
nc-gro impersoi atiouBare dei
iug Atlanta auc.iences.-At
Messrs. Densly Ii. Dorn an<
H. Dorn are spending se
days this week with the lal
parents near Celestia.
Miss Bertha Harwood is a 1
ly cultured woman, an ele
performer and a finished n
Handsome yo iug Will Ci
who bolds a responsible and
rative position in the Care
National Bank of Columbia B
Saturday and Sunday in our 1
We have a very handsome
of Clothing, Hats, Shirts
Neck Wear tor men. Give us a
We can please vou.
C. E. MA"
Col. Wilie Jones came ?
from Columbia to spend Satur
and Sunday last in Edgefi
This is t?e tiret time he has
foot upon Edgefield soil si
M TB. Pollard completely cha
ed her audience. She has a be
tiful bird-like voice, strong i
On Suuday morning last
following persons were recer
by baptism into the Methoc
church of our town : Misse? M
tie Lee Schenk, Jessie Vaug
and Mr Charles Jennings.
Full line Passe Partout Bind:
?Oc. each.*? Mat Boards any col
VV\ E. LYNCH & CO
Col. F. N. K. Bailey hos
quested us to announce that
and Mrs. Bailey will return
Edgefi?ld in time to recieve
Monday morning the teach
who desire to board at the colh
during the summer school.
Stalwart and handsome you
Joe Gordon Holland arrived frc
Clemson college on Suuday h
co pass ihe summer vacation
home in Edgefield. Joe li
very decided electrical talent a
is pursuing the full course
electricity at Clemson, having t'
more years study before he reac
es the coveted goal.
The Edgefield Mercantile Coi
pauy contiuues to haud'e bea
groceries in car lots. They u
loaded a car of choice, fresh me
on Saturday afternoon. And as
fruit jars, they hav6 bought nee
ly enough to can all of the veg
tables, peaches and bLiok berri
in the ccunty. The Edgefiuld Me
cant ile Company is in a positic
to make very close prices on fro
jars of all sizes-pints, quar
Just received a barrel of Heiuz
White Wine Pickling- Viuega
There is nothing better on tl
market. Try it.
D UNO VANT & CO.
Mr. Manly DeLoach doesn
carp how hot the sun snines
doesn't care how many victorii
the Japs win or how many d
feats they sutler-doesn't ca]
bow low the price of cotton go<
or how much corn advances. Th
reason for all of this indifferent
ai d unmindfulness is found i
the fact that his affections ai
centered upon the big, bouuein
baby boy that has arrived a; bi
house. The highest wish, that w
can entertain for the little fello
is that he will be in the comin
years that sterling citizen thai h;
The members of the Presbyte
rian church greatly improved th
interior of their houso of worshi
?orne months ag?o. making it al
most new. Now they are havin
the exterior of the building paint
ed. It is to ba gray with whit
trimmings. When the work i
completed the appearance of th
church will be greatly enhanced
The Presbyterian churches iii thi
field have prospered under thu
ministrations of Rev. T. P. Bur
gess as never before in their histo
ry. Long may he be spared t<
reside and labor among us.
Mr. E. J. Crookor has jus
purchased the most improvec
cold tire setter cn tho market. I
is a simple but very strong device
that does the work much mon
quickly and satisfactorily thar
th2 old way of heating the til es
The machine, if such it may bf
called, is constructed of high,
grade steel and weighs 700 pounds
Two men eau shrink a set of tiree
in twenty minutes without burn
ing or otherwise defacing the rim
of the wheels. Carry -your buggy
or wagon to Mr. Crooker's shojj
aud while you wait the lires will
be shrunk in the most satisfacto
It is conceded by everybody
that one of the best things on
wheels that goes down the pike is
a "Rock Hill" buggy- They are
home-made-built at Rock Hill,
S. C.,-and have stood the test
of years. Messre. Ramsey & Jones
received a full car of thirty "Rock
Hill" buggies a few days ago. They
havo red buggies and black bug
gies and open buggies and top
buggies and narrow seated, easy
riding buggies for the young man
and his sweetheart, also buggies
with wide seats for tho man who
is married and must provide room
for wife and children. There are
hundreds of people who have test
ed Rock Hill buggies on the rocky
hills of Edgefield couuty who can
Have you tried our "White Star'*
Cottee. There is nothing better on
* G. L, PENN & SON.
Opera house Monday evening
In his new advertisement Mr.
W. H. Turner tells of the many
bargains which he secured hist
week on bis second trip ti. market.
The Comer Store keeps abreast of
Aroongthe many visitors in Edge
field none have b?en more cordially
received than Mr. and Mrs. '?. H.
Fisher who are sojourning for c fort
night with Mr. and Mrs. James W.
Thompson, the former being Mrs.
Go to see and hear the Polymnia
Trio on Monday evening.
The two very amiable, very
beautiful, very sweet, very accom
plished girls from the Cleora sec
tiou of our county, Misses Cleora
and Lucretia Bruuson, who have
not only contributed much to the
social life of Edgefield but have
had largely to do with elevating
the moral tone of the social circle
in which they moved, have, g.mn
to the home of their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. L. Bruns?n, to spend
the summer. And in consequence
of their depature there is much
weeping and wailing among the
young men, middle'agej men, old
mon-everybody, because every
body loves them.
Why worry with flies when you
can buy Wire Doors at $1.20 and
$1.40, and Windows at 75c from
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
"Cheat is Not a Ca ange of Wheat
Th>! growth of cheat among
wheat and oats,- especially where
'he latter was thinued by very
severe cold of winter, hus been
much more general this year than
usual. So perfect bas beeu the
stand in some place that many
farmers have been constrained to
believe that it was not a separate
and distinct plant but a growth
resulting from the deterioration
of the wheat and oats.
Mr. Walter Marsh, one of the
most prosperous young farmers of
the Treuiou section, had a small
piece of ground upon which cheat
grew as thick and regular as if it
had been sowu. He sent a sample
of it to the Georgia Experiment
Station, at Griffin, asking for
whatever information they could
give concerning it. We have be
fore us the letter which he receiv
ed from the director, who states
that it is a grass that in fust s grain
and that it is not the result of a
change of wheat or oats. Ho says
further that the seed are already
in the ground or are sown with
the grain. It makes a fairly good
light hay when cut at the proper
slate. The letter to Mr. Marsh
slates that cheat is the sane
grass that is being sold as -'Arctic"
Massage Powder and Soap. It
softens the skin and beautifies
G. L. PENN & SON.
An Ideal Pastor's Wife.
Like, the laity, ministers, too,
sometimes are forced to realize
that matrimony is a leap in the
dark. Instead of finding a sympa
thetic companion, whose very
presence is ever an inspiration to
him iu his work, iu the person of
the one whom he has chosen to be
his life .partner, many a minister,
after the glamour of the honey
moon baBdissipated, fiuds that he
is bound to one who is cold, in
different and unsympathetic. One
who instead of being helpful, is a
perpetual hindrance to him.
Rev. J. T. Littlejohn, the pas
tor of Red Hill, Rehoboth, Antioch
and Red Oak Grove churches, in
this county, cannot be classed
among the unfortunate ministers
in respect to matrimony, for bis
better-half ranks high among
those whom the Master desiguated
-as "the salt of the earth". It mat
ters not what her husbaud under
takes Mrs. Littlejohn is with him
heart and hand. In the work
among the children and young
people Bhe is ever zealous and
active; in the cause of missions
she is a potent factor, and in her
efforts to further the various ob
jects of benevolence in which her
husbaud and his flock are interes
ted she is never idle.
Mrs. Littlejohn had hit upon a
very ingenious and original plan
for aiding the orphanage at Green
wood. She has asked each one of
the forty-odd children, who are
members of her sunbeam society
at Red Hill, to plant a row of
sweet potatoes, aud the yield is
to be sent to the little orphans tnis
fall. Just how many potatoes will
be sent will depend upon the
length of the rows. Let ua hope
that every row is one mile long.
Mrs. Littlejohn has no copyright
on this plan. Why not Borne one
else adopt it for helping the Ep
worth, or Thornwell. or Connie
We have just received a full
line of Moulding ior Picture
Frames. So we can make frames
any size desired and at very rea
W. E. LYNCH & CO.
TIRES SET WHILE YOU
I have just iustalled at my shop
the inoBt improved tire- setting
machine on the market-the
HOUSE COLD TIKE SETTER.
While you wait-in twenty minu
tes-I can shriuk the tires of your
wagon or buggy without defacing
or charring the rim of the wheels
as is often done when the ti-es are
heated. If you have tires set
once while cold by this machine
you will never again allow them
tobe heated. I have an expeti
enced man to operate the machine.
Even if your tires do not now
need setting I invite you to call
and see it work.
B. J. OROOKER..
Mrs. Margaret Cothran.
Mrs. Cothran,who passod away
at her horo'j in our towu on Mon
day morn mg, exercised patience
in suffering Ihit.wa8 beau*iful.
Iii addiiion to being weighted
dowu with th-? infirmities and
decrepitude of old age, she was
bedridden for more than twenty
mouths, during which time she
never experh need a well moment
or drew a comfortable breath. Yet
in lt all she was perfectly resigned
to His will and prayed that she
might die. Her remains were laid
to rest in Harmony cemetery, Rev.
C. E. Burts conducting the funer
Tbe deceased is survived by
one daughter nnd two sons. The
neighbors and friends who con
stantly attended and ministered
to this good woman were touched
with the self-sncrificiug devotion
of the blind sou to his mother.
Mieses Belle aud Gladys Tar
rant, two bright and pretty young
lasses from Mt. Carmel, are visit-'
iug their aunr^ Mrs. W. P. Cal
houn, at her elegant home in
Death of a Gallant Soldier.
The death of Mr. Herloug'Dorn
at his home near McKendree on
Thursday morning last ended a
life of sore affliction-one fraught
with much anguish and suffering.
For more than thirty years he had
been blind, aud during recent
years a cancer siezed upon him,
with the result that one of hie
arms was amputated some months
ago. But through all of his years
"of affliction and sufferijg he was
never despondent-always dwelt
upon the silver lining of the dark
clouds that enveloped him.
Mr. Dorn wis a 'brave soldier,
rendering four full years of loyal
service to his country during the
Civil war. Now he has answered
to the last ro 1 call and will no
longer suffer the ills ot the flesh.
The ii terment'was held on Thurs
day afternoon at McKendree, of
which church he was a member.
The very talented ladies who
compose the Poiymnia Trio are
very highly endorsed and their
entertainment on Monday even
ing promises to ba one of the best
attractions of the kind ever pre
sented in Edgefield.
Depredations of Chicken Peddlers.
A citiz n, iban whom there is
not one who is better within the
borders of our county, has asked
us to call attention to the depre
dations that are being made by
some chicken peddlers as they
pass from tlieir homes to market,
and vice versa. lu one instance a
valuable dog was taken from its
owner, who lives- near the road
side, named away aud sold. An
other unlawful act was that of in
duciug a negro lad to leave his
produce', "and it-seems also, from
the foiegoiug, that there are some
who are utterly unscrupulous.
The citizens who reside along the
public highways should keep their
eyes open, and if these depreda
tions continue there is a dut}- for
the grand jury in the premises.
Large No. 1 mackeral that are
fat and of fine flavor can be had at
D UNO VANT & CO.
Mr. Mark Reece Dead.
On Saturday afternoon last our
fellow-townsman, Mr. J. W.
Reece, received a telegram stating
that his brother, Mr. Mark Reece,
was at death's door at his home
in Augusta. He repaired at once
to the bedside of his brother,
baviiig reached him only a few
hours before life became extinct.
The remains were brought to
Edgefi dd aud interred on Suuday
The decesEed was nearing the
close of his 56th year when he:
was called hence. He was born
and reared near Rocky Creek in
th is couuty, having desc; lided
from honest, well-to-do, hard
work ng parents. During the past
several years he has resided in
Aiken and Augusta. The deceased
was a member of ihe order of Odd
Fellows also of Concordia lodge,
the burial services having been
conducted by the Masonic frater
nity. There remains of this brokeu
family circle a widow, three sons
and two daughters.
We carry fi full sb ck of all
kinds of pictuic moulding and
can iranio any biz-; picture on
Ti M M ONS Bnos.
Card of Thanks.
We hike Ibis moans of thanking
our neighbors and friends for '.heir
very thought ful kindness lons
during !he !ong illness and death
of our mo'her and grandmother.
We shall never cease lo be grate
ful for the many kind dei ds and
Mn. AND MKS- Pi eic J? au m.
Our cigars are already tho talk
of the to wu. This market offer*
u (thing helier than a "Saborosa"
"Jefferson" or a "Bill Dugau:'ci
gar. Try them.
MAY & I3I.AT.OCK.
Thoso who are gaining flesh
and strength by regular treat
should continue the treatment
in hot weather; smaller dose
and a little cool milk with lt will
do away with any objection
which ls attached to fatty pro
ducts during the heated
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists,
409-415 Pearl Street, New York.
50c. and $1.00 ; all druggists.
HAS MB SUBSTITUTE
We make a specialty of framing
Diplomas, odd Bize'pictures etc.
W. E. LYNCH ? CO.
We can sell you enough of the
celebrated Neal's Carriage Paint
for 75 cents to paint your buggy.
PUNO VAN r & CO.
Sauar's Flavoring Extracts-all
MAY & B LA LOCK.
Heinz's Baked Beans in cans at
* Let us fill your prescriptions.
We use only the be&t drug.
(T. L. PENN & SON.
Fresh Oatmeal, Force and Grape
Who is it that does enjoy the
luxury of a hamm*ck. See ours.
EDGEFIDLD MERCANTILE COMPANY.
Go to the planing mill for shin
gles, no. 1 and no. 2.
FAULKNER & CATO.
Try our delightful parched coffee
at J5 cte per pound. It will please
Don't forget that for strength
Style and finish no buggy goes
down the road ahead of the Golds
ELGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
Chicken Lice Exterminator is
guaranteed to free chickens of
mites and lice. Get it at
Heinz' Sweet mixed Pickles in
buik, Salad Dressing, Prepared
mustard, Sauces, etc.,'at
DUNOVANT & CO.
Georgia Cane Syrup aud genu
ine New Orleans molasses can be
DUNOVANT & CO.
If you want an Iron Cot with
spring aud mattress you should
ii_r_i. i. . TU? I?>J~~
not?ing uerr.er on -me-ara-raw.
DUXOVANT ?fc CO.
No child is happy who is not
pushed in a Go-Cart bought from
The Edgefield Mercantile Compa
. Freeh supply of National Bis
cuit Company's Crackers in bulk
and in packages.
We have Matting Paper in rolls.
If you want matting or carpets to
last use paper under them.
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
Our embroideries are the talk
of the town. Don't fail to see them
before vou purchase."
0. E. MAY.
New Millinery Goods.
We desire to inform the ladies
that we have just received a large
shipment of Duck Hats, Sailors,
Dress Hats, and Ready-to-wear
Hats, also very large assortment
of Flowers, Veiling and Children's
White Caps. Call ai once and
select the cream of our new ar
rivals before the stock is broken.
EDGEFIELD MILLINERY PARLOR S.
PROF. P. M. WHITMAN,
209 7th Streot - Augusta, Qa.
fGIVliS FREE EYE TESTS for all de
Jfaots of sight, ?rinds tho proper
(glasses and WARRANTS them.
|Leascs cut into your frame -while you weit.
f REE OF CHARGE , medicine or glass*"!
TIMMONSlt COR LEY,
Appointments at Trenton
Crown and Bridge Work a Special
Plumes nt Very Low Prices.
I um now offering my entire
stock of Plumes at greatly re
duced prices. This gives the ladies
au ODportunity to obtain a hand
some plume at very low price. A
beautiful lot of uew Sailor Hats
MISS MARY BUFORD.
for Gasoline En
gines, Steam En
gines, Saw Mills,
Cotton Gins, Presses etc.
_?. J. NORRIS,
Wc want every housewife in
this vicinity to know that we pay
especial attention to our Fancy
Grocery department. A complete
line of the choicest canned goods
can always be found at our store
Ii'we haven't what you want we
will order it for you.
MAY & BLALOCK.
Ladies should call at our store
end examine the stock of Novojo
and Smyrna Rugs. We have them
iii animal and floral designs.
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
JAS. S. BYRD,
LDGEFIELD, S. C.
Office over Post-Office.
We sell the Dove Brand Sugar
Cured Hams, which are the best
on the market.
G. L. PENN & SON.
When you need anew Buggy or
Wagon come to us. We bay all of
our vehicles in car lots from the
best nanufacturers in the country
and: are in a position to make|
RAMSEY &' JONES
If you would be relieved of that]
tired feeling take Penn's Bitters.
G. L. PENN & SON.
For shelf hardware and carpen
ter's tools of all kinds come to our
store. Our assortment is large and
prices within eaBy reach of all.
RAMSEY & JONES.
Georgia Cane Syrup, Cuba Mo
lasses and New Orleans Molasses
Young man, do you want to
make your best girl happy? TheD
send her some of our fancy can
dies. We have the largest assort
ment of fine candies in Edgefield.
Iron Beds both single and
d juble also Iron Cribs. Spring and
mattress to fit.
EDGEFI??LD MERCANTILE COMPANY.
For the best Handkerchiefs
Extracto to be had go to
G. L. PENN ? SON.
If you want the celebrated
Quaker Oats that are fresh-two
packages for a quarter-go to
MAY & BLALOCK.
Beautiful Portieres just, ar
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
We have just received a very
handsome line of hats, for boys,
young men, and old men. Let us
show you. Correct shapes. Prices
C. E. MAY.
We are constantly replenish ins
our stock of Jewelry, Cutlery and
Silveiware of all kinds. We carry
only reliable goods and want to
supply your needs. If we have not
what you wish we will order it for
j RAMSEY & JONES.
I Don't forget you can get Lino
leum 6 feet wide in floral and
Tiling effects from The Edgefield
I Mercantile Company. .
The celebrated Penn's Bouquet
Cologne is now better than ever.
It is only sold bv ns.
G. L. PENN & SON.
Have your pictures enlarged
free. Foi* particulars see
? C. E. MAY.
Full line of Household Paints,
Linseed Oil, Lead, Turpentine,
Varnish and Varnish Stains at
Don't forget to examine our
stock of harness when you need
any 1 hing in that line, you can
nlways find all parts of harness
EEGEFIELD MERCANTILE STORE.
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood..
All the blood in your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
The kidneys are your
blood purifiers, they fil
ter out the waste or
Impurities in the blood.
If they are sick or out
of order, they fail to do
Pains, achesand rheu
matism come from ex
cess of uric acid in the
blood, due to negleoted
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
heart beats, and makes one feel as though
they had heart trouble, because the heart is
over-working in pumping thick, kidney
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
It used to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys
but now modern science proves that near'y
all constitutional diseases have their begin
ning in kidney trouble. y
If you are sick you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and th<: extraord nary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
S.vamp-Rcot, the great kidney remedy is
soon realized, lt stands the highest io- Its
wonder ful cures' ii the most distressing cases
and is sold on its merits
by all druggists 1 ti fifty
cent and one>dol !ar siz
es. You may llave a
sample bottle fyi mail Homo of swomp-iioot.
free, also pamph let telling you how to find
out if you have 'Sidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Binghamton, N, Y. *
Don't make any mistake, but
n-member the name, Swamp
Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
t nd the address, Binghamton, N
Y., on every bottle,
WHAT IS STYEE ?
It is the fashion of to-day.
For examples of it, see the
best d* sed men in Augusta
and Edgefield. They show
what our clothing can do for
The "Morning Coat" has
now put the time-honored
frock coad into the camphor
This garment adds dignity
to a young man and gives a
youthful look to the older
Blue Flame Kerosene
We are showing the best line of low
Shoes for Infant, Misses and Ladies
that we have ever had. Every pair war
ranted solid or we refund your money.
Infants and Childs Slippers from
65c. to 90c.
Misses from $1,00 to $1.25.
Ladies from $1.25 to $2.00.
These Shoes are in Black Vici, Tan
. Vici, Patten Vici and Patten Colt, and
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Get your Laundry in Tuesdays^
"We Need the Cash.
You need the goods therefore it ?hould b? aa
? easy matter for us to trade. We are now offer
ing the largest stock of Merchandise ever brought
tolfedgefield at unheard of prices-very low prices.
Come let us show you our Clothing, Shoes, Hats,
Dry Goods, Notions, etc. We have th~e latest
styles with quality and prices right.
We Must Convert the Goods
into cash hence we are making some SPECIAL
PRICES that should interest the Edgefield Shop
Come to our store for Bargains in Brand
New Spring Gggjis. |
EDGEFIELD, 3. C.
are the interests of our cus
tomers. We spare no effort
to make the store, the stock
and our business methods
worthy of their fullest confi
dence. We feel that we have
done so and believe others
will think so too, when they
see this stock of
DRY GOODS, CLOTH
ING, SHOES and HATS,
and ascertain the prices at
which we sell.
Favor us with a visit and
give yourself the pleasure of
seeing the good things here.
G. E. MAY.
Laces and. Ribbon
SWTGomg at bargains.
J. M. COBB: