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T7WTTP?7 finn Stock of Newand Up-to-D?te Merchandise, Consisting of Wearing Apparel for Men, Women and Children, Dry
Juli 1 Jim ??,UUU Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Millinery, Etc., to be sold in ten days time Beginning
Wednesday, October 27th, at 9 o'clock A. M.
Regardless of former cost or value. Absolutely no mercy has been shown the cost market.
A/Terrific SaleSending Death and destruction to High Prices, Demoralizing Competition, will bring thousands of people from far and near to attend the sale at. J. Hubensteins
This is a bargain event that will surpass anything ever attempied in the value-giving line in Edgefield. Save this and wait for South Carolina's Greatest Sale. Immense stocks. Magnificent Bargains,
Thousands of surprises. Read on. 'Read every line, then wait for the 20th century's most remarkable and stupendous sale1 It will be characterized by enough thrilling, sensational selling for avhundred sai?:s"
1 Don't hesitate now is the time. Act at once, when the bargain ftood-gates open Wednesday. October 27, at 9 :oo a. m.
Cold weather is yet to come (and lots of it. ) Right now at the very season of the year when you are almost compelled to buy yonr Fall and winter Merchandise fer yourself and family, and tne merchants
are demanding the highest prices for these goods, this opportunity comes to you. Stop for a moment and consider and you will realize what it means. The tardy season and backward conditions, resulted in
a much larger stock than we have room for. Consequently we have adopted drastic measures to make the movement decisive. With.this end in view, we inaugurate this unparalleled and most stupendous"
Ten-Day Sale ever held in the State of South Carolina. t ...
SENSATIONAL MINUTE SPECIAL SALE.
Will take place at various times throughout each day of sale
We quote a few of the daily specials that will be sold for a
limited time only. We havn't the space to mention more.
Every day during this io day sale between the hours of 9
9:30 we will sell A. F C Ginghams per }'ard (only Jj
ten yards to a customer) ft?
One lot plain and cap toe
work shoes, $1.75 and $2.00
values, sale price $i.2q
One lot Gun metal and Pat
ent leathers, $2.50 and $2.75.
values, sale price '. ' $1 .Q8
From 9.30 to io we will J. & P. Coats .spool.cotton ?
at 2 spools for 5c (4 spools to a customer) JJC
From 11.30 to 12 we will sell best quality calico
at per yard io yards to customer.
f From 2 to 2 :30 we will sell Fruit of the loom bleacing g
; io yards to customer Each day we will have these sales JJC
Solid and fancy Taffeta Silks. 32-inwide. Sold foras high
as $Loo per yard, while it lasts sale price * ' 39c
Black Ta?etta Silk 36-in wide. \ Every yard guaranteed to
.wear. Regular $1.50 kind. Sale price 89c
Briliantine 52-in wide regular- price 75c s?le price 47 I-2c
Southern Silk Checks, I2 I-2C quality sale pri?e 8 I-2C
Coat sweaters for Men, Women and Children
. Big assortment to select from. One lot men's coat sweat
ers Sells everywhere for $Loo, sale price 49c
Ladies coat sweaters, $3.00 $3.50 all to go at $1.98
Ladies Panama skirts, in blacks, bines* and browns, new goods and
latest styles, 86.50 values; fair warning sale price 83.98
Lot $2.50 to 84.00 skirts in a variety of fabrics, eale price 81.23
Ladies' and Misses' Man Tailored suits
Lot ladies and Misses tailor-made suits, in serges, cheviots and broad
cloths, good 812.50 to $17.50 values fair warning sale price 87.79
Lot of ladies suits in a large variet3r of fabrics and styles, handsomely
tailored and finished, regular $18.50 and $20.00 values, sale price $14.98
White linen table Damask*, [Regular 12 1-2c dress ging
regular price $1.00 Fair] hams Fair warning prie; 8c
warning sale price 59c
Good grade dress ginghams,
regular price 8c Fair warning
sale price f>c
Best grade Riverside checks
Fair warning sale price per
yard . 4 i-2c
One lot Ladies' dress shoes
Li all the latest shapes and
styles sold for $3,oo-and $2.50
sale price $2. j9
Our shoe department is com
plete in every detail. We
carry the best line^f>Shoes
in Edger! eld-this is all new
stock, in facti we ?re over
stocked; therefore, we have
placed this department in the ;
hands of the people, for io
You Will Appreciate tnese
hats-hardly 2 alike:.so many
styles there's notroorn enough
here to tell of half. New large
shapes, new small shapes,
new medium size rshapes
conservative and ultra fashion
able modes- Every; wanted
shade is here in its most re
fined tone. Trimmings of
quality so placed as; to add
grace and beauty far i beyond
the little price.
Ladies Trimmed hats regular
$3,00 value Fair warning
sale price $1 98
ar $5.00 value
Ladies High Grade Hats, ex
traordinary values at $6.00
Fair Warning price . $4-19
White Table Linen Damask,
worth 50c, Fair Warning sale
price per yard , 29c
Fancy suiting in plaids and
Novelty strires'etc I8c values
Fair warning price 9c
Eouble width taney suitings
in a large variety of patterns,
25c vrlves; foir warning sale
price per yard 14c
40 inch Woolen suitings in
new fall effects in fancy mo
hair and ether leading fabrics
All new and up-to-date, regu
lar .price 75c, fair warning
sale price 39c
Imperial broadcloths,; fancy
mohairs and panamas, etc in
a broad varidty ot colorings.
A large assortment to select
from, 52 inches wide, worth
$1.25 and $1.50 per yard, fair
warning price ^.890
One lot all wool plaids, 36
inches wide sold for 35c. Sale
price ' i9c
Better grade percale regular
price 15c Fair warning sale
Outings, regular 10c value
Fair warning sale price 8c
Outings, good values at I2
i-2c Fair warning price 8c
Bleaching. 10c value, Fair
warning sale price 7c
Fruit of Loom Bleaching
Fair warning sale price 9c
10-4 Unbleacned sheeting
''Gold Medal." regular 35c
value Fair warning price 19c
Men and Boy's Clothing.
Boy^Odd Pants, worth 35c, sale price
Bpy's.0^d Pants, wortth 75c, sale pride including
Boy's Suits;^orth $2.00, sale price
Bby*^ Suits,y.wfcrth $3.oo, sale price
Boy's Suits, worthS|5.00, sale price
Men's Odd Pants, w^rth $.1 75, sale price
Men's Odd'Pantsf. worth $3fcoo, sale, price
Men's Suits, worth $7 00, sale price
Men's Suits, worth $8 00, Sale pric?
Men's Suits, worth lo 00, sale pric?
Men's Suits, worth 12 00, sale price
Men's Suits, worth 20 00, sale price
Men's Negligee shirts, worth 40c, sale price
Men's negligee shirts worth 50c and 75c sale price
Men's neekwear, worth 50c, sale price
Men's black tan aud fancy hose worth ldc sale price
Men.s fast black hose, worth i^ci sale price ' \
Men's fast black hose, worth 35c, sale pnce
Men^s suspenders worth 15c, sale'price
Men's suspenders worthF35C, to go at
Men's suspenders worth 50c; sale price
Men's hats worth $3.00 sale price
Men's, hats, worth $1.50, sale price
Men's Underwear worth 75c. sale price
Men's underwear, worth 35c, sale price
Men's hemstitched handkerchiefs :
Men's $1.73 plow shoes, sale price* . $Ll9
Men's $2.50 Satin calf, plain toed shoes, sale price $1.68
Men,s $3.0.0 dress shoes, big assortmeut of shapes $1.98
Men,s $3.50 dress shoes in all leathers $2,98
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, Staple Dry goods
American and Simpson calicoes sale price 4c
Yard wide sheeting good value at 6c, sale price 3 I-2C
Yard wide Sea Island, 8c kind, sale price 5 I-2C
Feather ticking regular price
20c Fair warning sale price
per yard. 13 i-2c
Unbleached drilling worth
12 I-2C, Fair waining sale
"White table Damask. 25c val
ue Fair Warning- sale price
per yard " iojg*
Good 'liade Ticking 12 1-2C
vail J, Fair warning price 8c
Gpod 15c value ticking, Fair
warning price , 9c
. Everything in this entire stock must be sold. NOTHING RESERVED.
A pll01?0t1T?A, backed by our reputation of Honesty and square dealing, We guarantee every purchase and will take back, or exchange or refund your money on any uftsatis*
UUr IjUttXalliee. factory purchase. All progts swept away. Opportunity of a lifetime. Ten Day Sale without a Parallel.
, Edgefield, S: C.
We-have this sum (lOO,QOO.OO) to lend on Edgefield County Farms
Property must be improved aiod occupied by owner.Ifave loaned through
out Georgia and South Caripliiia for 16 years. Write at once if you need
JAMES FRANK & SON, - - - - AUGUSTA, GA.
600 acres, 200 acres open, well watered, 3 tenant houses. 9 miles Plum Branch
A bargain &t$2,600.00, For particulars address the owners.
JAMES FRANKS SON, -
- - -f rrryr " ?
Having obtained sur
veying outfitjl tender my
services to the public.
J. H. Cantelou,
Large stock of guns. and loaded
shells, just what the hunters need.
. Edgefield Mercantile Company.
W. W. RAMSEY G. W. LEGWEN.
RAMSEY & LEGWEN
835-7 REYNOLDS STREET, - AUGUSTA, GA. ,
. . . DEALERS IN . . .
High rade Buggies, Carriages, Wagons,
JOS. E. LUKE. EDW. C FLEMING
UsTTI? E3 db FLJESMIN'O ,
We most respectfully solicit your patronage. All business entrusted to us
?viii receive our most careful attention.
We offer every facility at our command for the convenience and accommo
dation of our customers ?vid their friends and ask a trial.
We extend every possible courtesy consistent with good business and will
appreciate any confidence reposed, in us.
t LUKE & FLEMING,
Opposite Cotton Exchange, - - Augusta, Georgia.