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ClimaxReaehed! Prices Dynamited! Greatest Sale of AMI
Nowhere Such Bargains! Such Variety!
Crowds Will Respond to This Great Sale!
"Something Doing" will certainly be the order of the day.
There will be "Doings" every minute that will stir every!
mortal within the reach of our announcement. "Doings"
that will mean dollars saved to you. You'll be here! Sure!
you will. v; i
Ladies' Ioc gauze vests 6c!
?) lo pieces white Linen ex
tra width 20c value I3 1-2C yd.
50 pieces standard Bleach
inf? io and. 12 1-2 cent valqe
li o yds to a customer 8 1-2C yd.
40c China Silk at 21c Yard.
5 "prices China Silk white
v and cream actual value 40c
sale price 21c per yard.
20c White Lawn at 10c a Yard
25 pieces 40 inch white lawn
cheap at 20c this sale (lim-t
ited quantity) io cents yd.
4 Great Clothing Values.
Suits tii?^ sold up to $7.50!
Suits that sold up to $10.
Suits that sold up to $15.00
Women's Trimmed Hats.
' ?HW fi
Worth up to 2.00 at 98c.
Worth up to 2.50 at $1.49
Worth up to 3.50 at 2,49
Worth up to 5.00 at 2.95
IShoesand Oxfords for Women
1.50 .values per pair 98c.
2.00 values per pair 1,19
2.50 values per pair I.49
3.00 values per pair I.98
White cambric standard
g|Brands 10 yds to a customer
per yard 8 1-3C /
One hundred doz\ of ladies
j gauze vests, Ioc vaines at 5c
loo Men's Serge Coats
Worth 5 00 an)' where $2.98
3.25 Lace Curtains 31-2
yards sale price 2.J9.
In the Pry Gocdb section.
We havent space to quote
prices, but you certainly will
not be disappointed when you
see the pri?es.
Yal. Laces io and 15 cent
Boy's knee pants worth 40
Suits that sold up to $20.oo]|5o and 60c sale price^ic pr.Jvalues at 4c per yard.
- . . $11.98!
Boys $1.00 knee pants 49c.
Lace curtains prices rangej
[from 65c up to 4.50 at I-21
Standard Brand white cam
bric io yard limit at 8 1-3C yd
ti . 1 \
loo pieces of muslin, chedks
and stripes, great values sold
up to J 7 l-2cyd at 9c per yd.
Calicoes at 2 1-2 Cents a Yard.
5000 yards standard pri
will be sold first week every
day from io a. m. to 1 p. m.
and 2 p. m. to 4 p, m. at 2 1 -2
cents per yard. (Quantity
io pieces white mercerized
waisting 30 and 32 inch ac
tual value 15c at 9i-2cyd.
5000 yds of fine ' sea island
la quality that sells everywhere
for 5c our price only 2 1-2 yd.
?0 mens 2 piece suits ac
tual vaule I2.50 6.69
Ladies Ioc hose 7c:
25c lisle thread hose 12 I-2
I5C Back combs 9c.
I5 and 20c Belts 9c.
Ladies 20c gauze vests 9c.
. Neighborhood News From Our
(Written for last week.)
The union meeting of the second
- division which met with the Reho
both church Saturday and Sunday
last will linger long in the minds
and hearts of many as being one of
the bestand most inspiring meetings
we have ever experienced. A most
beautiful and harmonious spirit pre
vailed during the entire session.
The program as arranged was well
carried out. All the churches were
represented but one. Delegates and
visitors from the surrounding com
munity and churches were numerous
especially on Sunday, the house was
. filled io overflowing: many could
not be seated.
Most of the appointed speakers
were present and prepared with good
speeches. Some of the best and
most helpful we had ever listened to
Among those that spoke on the dif
ferent queries on Saturday were
'Rev. P. B. Lanham, Rev. J. T. Lit
tlejohn, aiad\brethren J. 0: Atkin
son, C. M.. Mellichamp, J. D. Hugh
ey, C. E. Quarles and Etibanks.
Sunday morning devotional exer
cises were conducted by the modera
tor after ^which Rev. ?P. B- Lanham
and C. M. Mellichamp made good
. speeehes on developing young Chris
tians into active church workers and
the great work of the Sunday Behool.
Rev. .A. T. Jamison, though no
stranger to ns, was then introduced
by Rev. Littlejohn and preached an
excellent and most inspiring sermon.
His theme was "Brotherly Love."
After the sermon a good collection
was taken for the orphanage. The
afternoon service consisted of speech
es by Rev. A. T. Jamison on the or
phanage and Rev. J. T. Littlejohn
and Jamison on the laymen's mis
sionary movement after which that
soul stirring song, "Blest be the tie
' that binds our hearts in Christian
love," was sung and the union was
dismissed by Rev. P. B. Lanham to
meet again with Red Hill chnrch
fifth Sunday in August and Satur
The rains continue to come eyery
few days and General Green is mak
ing his appearance. in full force.
Harvest is npon ns and the large
fieldsvof small grain, especially oats,
are very good.
Miss Jennie Gilchrist has closed
herlarge school, known as the Lyon
school, above Liberty xlill, and re
turned. Miss Jennie will teach this
school again next session.
Miss May, Bell Strom, who for
the past nine months, has been teach
ing in. the high school at Re ids ville,
Georgia, returned home last Monday,
to the delight of her . many friends/
The many friends of Miss Mamie
Seigler are glad to welcome her
home again after being away the
greater part of the last three years,
going to school; at Abbeville, Ga.,
and teaching when not in school
near McRae; Ga.
Miss Wilmoth Jackson from New
port, S. C., who taught in the Rock ;
Hill school and other, schools ,
in this community, for several years
and who made a host of friends, is
visiting Miss Mary and Maggie
Rev. J. T.- Littlejohn" ~vvith his
wife and little boys, J. T. and Char
lie Bell, are visiting hi? Rehoboth 1
members this week, who hold him 1
and his family very close to their
- . _
Wanted-Trustworthy man or
woman in each county to advertises
receive orders and manage busines.
for New York Mail Order House;
$18.00 weekly; position permanent,
no investment required. Previous
experience not essential to engaging.
Spare time valuable. Enclose self
addressed envelope for full particu
lars. Address, CLAEKE CO., Whole
sale Dept., 103 PAEK AVE., NEW
For Sale: 77 acres of good land lo
cated just below Ropers on public
road leading from Edgefi?ld to Au
gusta; fine bottom land; good build
ing site on public road. Apply to
E. J. NORRIS.
We Have on Hand 75 or 100
thousand feet of 1st class_ heart lum
ber to sell in bulk, fin Boarsd,
Weather Boarding, Flooring, and
Ceiling-Lumber nicely stacked and
covered. Parties desiring can write
Pleasant Lane, S. C.
When in need of a buggy try a
Chase or Moyer buggy. As to the
lasting and easy riding qualities of
the Moyer buggies ask T. G. Talbert
B L. Jones,A. A. Edmunds,Dr. J. N.
Crafton, W. H. Powell, W. R.
( Swearengen, M. C. Parker or J. M.
Edgfield Mercantile Company.
Let ns supply yon with garden
seed. We sell both Buist's and Fer
ry's seed. Either will give, perfect
Ton cannot be too careful about
the quality of canned goods yon
buy. Try our Nabob brand of corn
and peas, and be convinced of their
superior quality and excellence.
W. E. Lynch & Co.
Beaatif ul lot of suit cases, travel
ing bags and trunks.
Ramsey & Jones.
Cotton Seed Meal and
I take this means of riotifying
my friends and the public that I
keep a large supply of fresh Cotton
ton Seed Meal and Hulls constantly
on hand and can fill their orders at
reasonable prices. Warehouse near
site Of old depot. Your patronage
A. M. Timmerman.
. On the 14th day of June, 1909,
the undersigned will make applica
tion unto the Probate Court at
Edgefield, S. C., for a final dis
charge from their trust as adminis
trators, cum testamento annexo, de
bonis non, of the estate of Mark
H. Spann Toney.
I desire rc notify- the people of
Edgefield and vicinity that if they
?rould liketo have a well drilled
hey can notify Mr. LemCorley who
las charge of my drilling machine,
rle will be in and around^ Edgefield
or a few days.
W. A . Strom.
I desire to notify ii
public generally that
repair shop into my m
rear of the Parkei
I carry a large as
class material and
provements upon mj
prepared to serve the
None but first clag
ployed. AU work is
We are showing the la
styles in men's and boj
Come in and see wha
large stock of Shoes,
Underwear, Hats both
Call Early and G
of the New /
Our styles are the h
the best; our prie
-?" i i ._
, DENTAL SURGEON,
Johnston, S. C. -
Office over NewsrMonitor Office.
Walter C. Miller,
? , %
731 Green Shy Augusta, Ga.
iy patrons and the
I have moved my
ew buildings in the
.* and Advertiser
sortaient of first
having made im
r plant, am better
peop?e than ever.
>s mechanics em
dpr\e under my
A trial is all we
btest weaves and
t we are offering:
Easter Trousers, J
straw and felt, ]
et First Choice
Ltest; our quality
?es & Oxfords 8
I represent a
strong line of Fire In
and can insure your
Your patronage will
H. A. Smith.
Tl M MOflS & CORLEY,
Appointments at Trenton
Crown and Bridge Work a Special
JAS. S. BYRD.
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
iVOffioe over Post-Office.
I desire to inform the public
that I am prepared to frame
all kinds of pictures, diplo
mas, etc, I carry a large as
sortment of moulding and
guarantee satisfaction on ev
ery order. Prices reasonable.'
A trial is all I ask.
W. R. CO VAR,
EDGEFIELD, SC. '
tate and County* Depository
C. SHEPPARD, W. W. ADAMS,
H. BOUKNIGHT, T. H. RA?NSEOR,'1
M. COBB, B. S. HOLLAND,
. S. TOMPKINS, C. C. FULLER
W. E. PRESCOTT.
C. SHEPPARD, President.
W. W. ADAMS. vice-President.
E. J. MIMS, Cashier.
J. H. ALLEN, Ass't Cashier.
Pays interest on deposits by
Money to loan on liberal terms.
Prompt and polite attention to
YOUR Account Solicited
FARMS FOR SALE OR RENT IN EDGEFIELD COUNTY.
TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY-FIVE (245) Acres, 4 horse farm cultiva
ted, 3 frame Dwellings, good water on public road, 2J miles from two railroad
stations. Fine neighborhood.
SIX. HUNDRED (600) ACRES 4horse farm cleared, 3 dwellings, good water;
on public road, good neighbors, 9 miles from station.
Both piases offered on five years time with reasonable cash payment.
JAMES FRANK & SON, Augusta, Ga.
MONEY TO LOAN
$100,000.00 to lend on Improved farms-Terms of Loans 5 years
Interest payable annually. We are Headquarters-therefore, no de
lay. When writing give number of acres-number of acres cultiva
ted-Kind of buildings and amount wanted. /
JAMES FRANK & SON, Augusta, Ga.
Use a "New Perfection
Oil" Stove and you will
not ^have a hot, stuffy
kitchen. Call and let
us show you.
Cast and Wrought Iron Range s
Jones & Son
Notice to Public.
I am now prepared to fill orders for
all kinds of turned wood work.
I have a first class lathe and guaran
tee all work.
Am also equipped for setting rubber tires. Give
me a trial.
I solicit your repair work of all kinds. Every
E. W. SAMUEL.
1908 Banner Year
Notwithstanding the panic4and other
business drawbacks, our sales were
larger than any previous year.
. We are better prepared than ever
to serve you and can give you your
money's worth every time.
Agents for Sucrene Feed.
ARRINGTON BROS & CO.
863 Broad St., ugusfa, tia.