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One Dollar does
poes the work of
Iwo. A half and
more saved on ev
erything you buy.
5 pieces Taffeta
in Black, Blue and
Brown, 1 yard wide
retails at $1.50 per
yard only 89c.
We offer the shoppers some bargains that you hear about but seldom get. We are really overstocked in several items and wish to convert
the same into cash, in the meantime giving you a chance to buy goods for less than manufacturer's cost of production.
i lot Long Kid Gloves 16
buttons worth $3.50 a pair at
only $2.49 a pair.
1 lot of odds'and ends in
corsets worth up to $1.00 if
we have your size at 3SC.
i lot dress ginghams in solid
colors and fancy 10c values at
5c yd. Limited.
2 bales of white Homespun
good quality at 3^0 per yd.
1,500 yds of solid silks and
fancy silks the very thing for
ladies waists, worth up to
$1.00 per yard to go at 3?
1 case of i2$cv outings to
go at 8? limited,
cents per yard.
15 pcs. bioadcloth 52 inch
es wide in all colors real val
ue 7_5cts to go at 49c.
All 65 and 75c dress goods
a fine selection to pick from,
to go at 39c per yard.
50 pcs. standard brand cal
icoes worth Ch and 7c per
yd to go at.4/Jc.
Qur entire stock of ladies
long cloaks at cost.
50 doz. men's dress shirts
75c kind, at 49c a big line to
15 cases ot sweet soap re
tails at 5c a cake every where
Blanket Bargains Un
You may look where you
will,'but you can't find better
Blanket bargains than these so
dont hunt elsewh ere but come
and buy here.
11-4 all wool blankets
worth $5.50 at $3.49 limited.
i ii-4lot all wool Blankets
won h $8.qo a pair to go at
A chance for a pattern hat
atj the regular price. We
have 20 pattern hats that
sold at $10 and $12 each your
Also a full line of nicely
trimmed stylish hats ata very
We want to sell you a nice
art square at. the greatest bar-1
gain you ever heard of $10
art squares 9 x 12 at $6.98.
$7. 50 art sqares 9 x 12 at
$1.00 lace curtains at 49c.
2.50' " " " $1.59
3 50 " " " ' 2.29
5*oo ," " " 2.89
Men's and youthes suits.
All $7.^50 suits lo go at $4.98
All $10 suits at 6.98. All
$12.50 suits in dark gray and
mixed colors at $9.50.
AU$.16.50 suits at $11,75
1 ?t I3.50 " " 13,50
I " 20.00 " " 14.50
Men's all wool assorted col
ors top shirts $1.25 values at
Men's white vests $2.50
kind at $1.50. $3.00 kind at
Ladies new style all wool
sweaters in gray and red $2.
50 value at $ i .98 .
50 doz. men's up to date
neckwear 50c sellers at 39c.
25 doz 35c values at 21c.
i lot of men's overcoats in
Black and navy blue $7.50
values at $3.98. 1 lot of
$10.50 overcoats at $6.75-.
i lot of cravanetts in gray and
black, a beutiful coat, real val
ue $13. 75 at $9.00.
i lot children^ overcoats
size 4 to loin all colors would
be a bargain at $5.00 at $2.98
i lot of $2.00 overcoats at 98c
100 pair ladies heavy win
ter Shoes all new stock $1.
75 values at $1.24 $1.50
kind to go at 98c. 100 pairs
men's all leather brogans $1.
75c value at $1.24.
150 pair men's dress shoes $1.
75 values at $1.19. All stand
ard brand $3.50shoes at $2.
89 every pair guaranteed. No
All Hopkins $3.50 brand
hats at 2.49. All $2.50 and
$2.00 hats to go at $1.49.
25 doz^boys hats in Black
brown and steei 75c Values nt
I We do in our store what we say in our ads. Come and see for your self. Don't miss this chance. Remember these prices are only good for a short while.
For Rent: Two-horse f arra, well
P. P. BLALOCK.
' Mr. J. W.Cheatham pays the high
est market price for cotton seed,
also deals in meal and hulls. Watch
for his advertisement next week.
i The ladies at Roper's will give aq.!
entertainment on Friday evening*
December the 4tih, beginning at 7:30
o'clock for the benefit of the church
at Ropers. A very attractive pro
gram is being arranged. An admis
sion fee of 25 cents will be charged.
We trust that the attendance will be
Wedding bells will ring this
evening in both the Ropers and
Cleora sections. Miss Fannie. Lan
ham and Mr. Harry Bunch will be
married, Rev. P. B. Lanham, the
father of the bride, officiating, and
Miss Cleora Branson and Mr. Wal
lace C. Tompkins will be united
in wedlock by Dr. C. E. Burts.
'An entertainment will be given
in.the college .auditorium Friday
evening for the <oenefit of the hand.
An exceedingly interesting program,
consisting of recitations, vocal and
instrumental music, is being ar
ranged. Refreshments will beserv
ed'at the conclusion of the pro.
gram. We trust that the attenda
ance will be large. The cause is
very worthy one.
How about a Brussels or Ax*
minster art square^ velvet rugs,
beautiful upholstering goods,
News From The Mount Zion
On Sunday morning, November
the !32nd, 1908, at the home of the
bride's parents, and in the prepence
of; a number of relatives and friends
Miss Maggie 'Lee Padgett and Mr.
Lonnie Clarence Smith were 'mar
ried by Rev. F. B. Lanham, the
-ceremony being.beautifully and ap
Mr. Smith is a well known young
man, possessing sterling qualities
and is a prosperous farmer of Edge
field county. H?8 bride is a charm
ing young Jady of the same county
and will be greatly missed by her
m?ny friends of this community.
Tlie young couple have our best
wishesfora lpng and happy journey
Mount Zion school has been in
session one month under the super
vision of Miss Trusa C. Stokes.
., Our school is composed of a num
. ber of ambitious boys and girls.
As we are guided by providence
and anticipate a good attendance,
we hope to make this term a success
at Mount Zion,
State of South Carolina.
Court of Common Pleas.
Lillian Pressly, plaintiff against
Anus tte Hu ich i sou et al defend*
Pursuant to the^ decree in this
cause, I will offer for sale at pub
lic outcry to the highest bidder on
salesday in December 1908, the
same being the 7th day of said
month, between the legal hours of
sale, the following described real
ty to wit:
Ali that certain tract or parcel
of land, situate, lying and being
m the county of Edgefield, state
of South Carolina, containing 4
acres, more or less and bounded
on the north by Japds of James T
Minis, south by lauds of Mr, M D
Lyon from which it is separated
by thf> public road, which leads
from Edgefield, S, C. totheOnzts
place, and west by lands of Mary
Terms of sale: One-half cash
and the balance ou a credit of oue
year, with interest on the credit
portiou from day of sale. Pur
chaser to give bond and mortgage
of the premises sold to Becure pay
ment of the credit portion or all
cash at the purchaser's option.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
EDGEFIELD, S C.
State and County Depository
J. C. SHEPPARD, W. W. ADAMS,
J. H. BOUKNIGHT, T. H. RAINBFOR
J. M. COBB, B. S. HOLLAND, 1
A. S. TOMPKINS, C. C. FCLLKR
W. E. PRESCOTT.
I. C. S IIB'PP ARD, President. *
W. W. ADAMS, Vice-Prei dent.
E. J. MIMS, Cashier
J. H. ALLEN, Ass't Cashier.
Pays interest on deposits by special
Money to loan on liberal term*.
Fromptand polite attention to bus
W. F. ROATH,
Master Edgefield County.
YOUR Account Solicited
Keystone Traction Water
Well Drillers Are Mon
Everybody uses water. A drilled j
well is the only way of obtaining a |
pure, cold and unfailing supply.
Dug wells and springs are simply j
cess pools collecting disease breed-1
ing surface, drainage. 85. per cent,
of Typhoid fever is contracted from
A Keystone drill will penetrate
the bed rock and tap the pure unfail
ing streams below. All surface I
water is securely cased off. A drill-1
ed well rarely goes dry in the most
protracted drouth. It is safe.
There is more money in a keystone
Drilling Outfit than in a threshing
machine ancLyou work all the year
round instead of three months out of ?
twelve; Machine is the most com
plete on the market and is not to o^j
confounded with cheap and flimsy
outfits. Drills a six-inch hol?
through any formation to any depth \
at the rate of 50 -feet a day in
ordinary formations. Costs 85.00
a day to run. in fuel and labor.
Will go anywhere under its own
steam and can be set up and put at I
work in 30-minutes. "Write for!
catalog No. 1.
Keystone Driller Company.
Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania.
WE PAY YOU TO SAVE
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AAU?U?S?A SAVllMCS BANK
When you need a otigg\ try a
Rock Hill, or Hackney, or Colum
bus, or a Ty sn u mid Jones. No
stronger lin? of buggies cnn- be
lound io this seclion. Large as
sortment to select from.
Ramsey & Jones. .
We invite the ladies toVRee?ur
rugs and Wiltonveiverarl square.
Large assortment to s?!ecc from,
all beautiful designs.
??ams^y & Jones.
The handsomest/ 12-piec toilet
seis ever shown in EdgpftVld.
Ramsey ife Jone's.
For Rent: Two5-room cottages
and roora s iu another cot? age.
Mrs. D. S. Du Bose.
Housekeepers t-hould see our
^ioeof tani? linens, towels, sheet
ings, bed spreads, etc., before
making their purchases.
M av ct Tompkins
A Serious Mistake.
You make a mist?ke every time you buy a bill of
Without first seeing us.
JjRR/NGTOfl BROS & CO.,
863 BVoai'Siresi, Augusta, Ga.
We are leaders
for High grade
us and we will
fix you for the
We carry a full stock of Groceries and
We make a specialty of Fancy Groceries and can fill
your orders promptly at very reasonable prices.
The very best bread and rolls twice a week by express
T. P. LYON & CO.
To our customers and the people of Edgefield county:
I ask that you iuspect our large steck of fall merchandise
which surpasses anything p^er displayrd in Edgefield be
fore. While ou roy recent visit north, owing to the money
pauic and the demoralized condition of the xanufacturers,
I secured some unprecedented Bargains that I am giving
my customers the benefit of. Come to our store, see the
goods, get our prices, and we are satisfied that you will he
pleased. On staple dry goods we are offering pome very Irw
prices. We are showing all of the
La est Weaves and Colors.
I in drf-RS goods such as Panama, Poplin, Batiste, Voil, Mo
hair, Venitiou aud 'Broad Cloth-all at surprisingly low
Beautiful lino of shirt waist material. We are offering
calicos, homespun, gingham aud sea island from 5c up.
I Beautiful assortment of Ladies Waists and Ladies Skirts
from $1.00 to $3.00. Fine Panamp and Broadcloth from
$3.50 to 18.50, Ladies long cloaks from $3.00 to $8.50. Silk
raiu coats $5.00 to$12.50. Full line of men's aud children's
coats and Reefers.
We can fit the. men in stylish and durable suits from
$4.50 to $15.00. Good values in youth's sud boys clothing
from $1.50 to $10.00. Very strong line of children's clothing
at bargain pricps. You will make a great mistake if you do
not. see our stock of clothing before you buy.
Very strong Hue of underwear for ladies, mi??f-s, men and
boys, the best we have offered.
Large stock of stylish hats for men and hoys at temptiog
Our? hop depart meo: is particularly s.roug., Fit your
children with our school shoos. They look well and wear
wei!. Ladies fine dress shoes in all of the popular leathers.
Hen's heavy work shoes aud-styli-sh dress shoes. Do not
fail to se- our stock before supplying your needs.
Ladies, misses and cliildren's ready-to-wear hats in the
latest styU's and much cheaper than ev?*r. Space will not
peni)it ti to ntioti all of our offerings. Come and inspect
them that ia ali we oRk.