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We have stocked our store to its fullest capacity, in every line be
fore realizing the short crops. Now, in order to reduce our stock and
give our friends and customers the advantage of buying goods for
less money than ever before heard of, we will reduce the price on our
stock from one third to one half off. This sale begins~December 1st,
and will ran until January 1st, 1911' Everybody invited to come and
buy all they need and want as long as the goods last. I will mention
prices on a few articles below, thousands of other things unmention
ed will go at same reduction.
Flour,, very best fancy patented
Flour, very best \ patent 4,89
Compound lard nc
Bacon li 1-40
Rice, per pound 4c
Sugar, 19 pounds 1.00
Corn, per bushel 83c
Corn meal, perlbushel 83c
Very best rust-proof oats, per bushel 56c
Cheese, per pound 19c
Fine feed, per sack 1.73
Chopped corn, two bushel sacks ' 1.59
Cotton seed meal and hulls and all other gro
ceries at same reduced price
50c mohair now 39c
50c brilliantine now 39c
25 and 35c poplins now 19c
Very best 10c outing, all colors, now 8c
5000 yards apron and dress ginghams,
per yard 43.4c
Calicos, all colors,. per yard 4 3-40-6^0
Bleaching, per yard 5-11
Very best sea island, 10c grade 8c
Flanetts and white waist-goods of latest designs
to go at a big reduction.
Hosiery, suspenders, collars, neckwear, gent's
and ladies furnishing goods from head to foot
less than factory price.
A full line, all shapes and sizes. We have a
snappy and catchy line of both ladies and gent's
dress shoes from 1-3 to 1-2 off.
The largest line in town, all new and nobby
shapes. Prices too cheap to mention.
A full line of staple drugs and patent medi
cine from 1-3 1-2 off.
Plow steel and plow stocks and all other hard
ware and farm supplies at lowest possible prices
ever heard of
Swiss Army $40 rifles4o go for $4.99
Overcoats worth $20 for $2.99
Big stoek men's odd pants from 89c up
Terms: Spot cash, satisfaction Guar
anteed or money refunded
Dont forget the date and plaee
Plum Branch, S. C.
All persons are hereby warned
not to hunt, fish, or trespass in any
manner whatsoever upon the lands
of the undersigned. Those who
fail to heed this notice will be pun
ished io the' fullest extent of the
Mrs. Emily Johnson,
B. F. Glanton,
W. F. West.
We have never before shown
such a large and varied assortment
of rugs and art squares. The ladies
are invited to call arid inspect these
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
Large assortment of perfumery
and toilet water.
Notice of Application for Final
On the 30th day of December,
1910, the undersigned will make ap
plication to the Probate. Court, at
Edgefield Court House, South Caro
lina, for a final discharge from her
trust as executrix of the estate of
L. F. Dorn, deceased.
Mrs. Sallie N. Dorn.
\V-e-are ready for the hunters
with a. full line of sporting goods,
such as guns, loaded shells, hunting,
coats, belts, etc.
Ramsey & Jones.
Umbrellas re-covered, at Mertins
, Full assortment of "Blue Ribbon"
extra?is, the best on the market.
I was never before better able to
take care of your eye glass work
than I am at present. My stock^ if
am here all the time and can cor
rect anything about your glasses
that may for any reason be unsat
isfactory after the work is done.
This fact should appeal to you.
GEORGE F. MIMS, Optician
Edgefield, - - *- S. C.
AH. CORLEY, Surgeon
: Dentist. Appointments
at Trenton on Wednesdays.
Crown and Bridge werk a
When you want a dependable
fountain pen-the best on the mar
ket-try a Waterman. We carry a
full assortment of these celebrated
Penn & Holstein.
Hall and dining room lamps at
Ramsey & Jones.
We keep a full supply of repairs,
for the McMormick, Deering and
Osborne mowers. Call on us when
you need any parts.
Stewart & Kernaghan.
We have accepted' the agency" for
Babcock buggies. Large shipment
now on .the road. Call and inspect
these high-olass vehicles.
Ramsey & Jones.
Flour Mill Notice.
I wish to inform the farmers of
Edgefield countythat I intend to put
my Roller Mill in first class'condi
tion for grinding the next year's
wheat crop. So I hope they will
sow wheat enough to make all the
our they will need next ycar.f
J. D. Eidsoh,
ll-I6-3t Johnston, S. C.
Our millinery department has
competent milliner from Baltimore
with experience and can please the
most fastidious in her line. We re
ceive new millinery twice or three
times each week by express and our
stock is always fresh and new. We
still have a good line of ladies coat
suits and misses and children's
cloaks on hand. Rives Bros.
We now haye the strongest line
and largest assortment of buggies
that we have ever carried. We sell
Columbus, Babcock, Tyson & Jones,
Sandford, Rock Hill and Hackney
buggies. Any style you want in
steel or rubber tires.
Ramsey & Jones.
Beautiful china closets in oak
Ramsey Ss Jones.
Our stock of centre tables, dining
tah1 es and library tables was never
more complete. Large assortment
of styles. Ramsey & Jones.
Fresh shipment of Cranberries at
May & Prescott's.
Car load of stoves and ranges.
This is the season for refurnishing
your kitchen. We can make prices
that will interest you,
Ramsey & Jones.
I NOW READY TO SERVE YOU
We have never been in better condition to serve the Edgefield public than we
are this fall Our buyer has made very large purchases for every department,
and having bought in large quantities we are in a position to make very reason-,
able prices. We take this means of calling the attention of the shopping public j
to our large stock, and invite all who may be interested to call and inspect every -
department of our large store. We invite the ladies especiallto call and see our
Rugs and Art Squares
In this department ourpurehases were very large consequently we are showing
the largest assortment of patterns and the widest range of prices that *y we have
ever shown. The prices are within range of every purse. Nothing adorns the
home more than new attractive rugs or an art square. Husband, make your,
wife happy by presenting her with a new rug, . j ? -
Furniture Department J
The stiongest department on our second floor, especially in house furnishings,
is the furniture department. Three car loads of furniiure from leading tactories ~
of the country, have just arrived. Call to seethe beautiful Sideboards, ChHa
Closets, Dining Tables, Dining Chairs, Safes, "Wardrobes, Chiffoniers, Lounges,
Hat Rac1?, Center Tables, Rockers and Bed Room Suits of all grades, Come
in and get our prices on these goods. Large assortment of iron and enameled
beds, also all sizes of bed springs. We call especial attention to our Blue Rib
bon Springs. There is nothing better on the market.
Large stock of trunks of all grades and sizes at reasonoble prices. We also
I carry a full supply of cotton and felt mattresses. Baby carriages for every-baby
at reasonable prices. Buy your wife a good sewing machine. We can supply you. !
Stoves and Ranges
This is the season of the year for equipping the kitchen with a new cook stove ;
or range. We have all sizes and grades and can please the most exacting buyer. " -t;
We also carry a large supply of grates and heaters. Have a grate put in your
home before cold weather begins. Coal is cheaper than wood and much more
Buggies and Wagons
We call the especial attention of the farmers to onr buggy and wagon department. Our leading:
buggies are the Moyer, Smith and Oxford. We have hundreds of satisfied customers who have' m' i
tested our buggies on the public roads of Edgefield county. There is nothing better on the mark- -
et than a Moyer buggy. They lead-others follow. We also carry'a stock of Surries and Car-~
riages. If we hayen't what you want we will order it for you. Let us sell you a Mitchell wagon.
They never fail to give satisfaction. We guarantee the skeins of 2^ and 2? wagons.. They will
carry all you put on them.
Harness and Saddles.
If you need buggy or wagon harness, ringle or double, heavy or light, come to
us. We now have the largest stock that we have ever carried and can supply ? fc^-*
your needs. We also have a full stock of saddles and saddle blankets. Full
stock of buggy, plow and riding bridles. , /
UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT I
We carry a large assortment of Coffins and Caskets, from-the very cheap wood
coffin to the very fine metal caskets. OUT hearse answers all calls promptly,
whether day or night.
GROCERIES AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES
On our first floor and in our basement we carry a full stock of groceries and |
plantation supplies ot all kinds and can make very close prices. We have not the. M..
space to call attentien to every article in detail but invite you to call, see what we 1 Sj
have and get our prices. We can make it to your interest to give us a share of 1 I
your, business. fl fl
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE COMPANY 11 1
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Continue this slight turning of the
ar and removal of kernels until six
re secured. Having removed the
:ernels, place them germ side up in
quare ?o. 1, all tips pointing in
he same direction. Continue to
emove kernels from the individual
ars, placing them in the square
lorresponding to the number of the
ars from which they were removed.
Then cover them with a wet sack
md place the box in the kitchen and
illow it to remain there a week,
vetting it twice during that length
>f time. After the test has been
wining about a week remove the
op sack and examine each square
iontaining the kernels. The num
)er of these squares which do not
sontain six large sprouts should be
iscertained and the ear correspond
ng to the number of that particular
iquare should be discarded, a* all
)f the kernels on it will not grow.
Having decided which ears are to
oe retained each should be planted
m a separate row. It is not neces
sary that the entire ear be planted,
but precautions must be taken so
that each row planted will have
the same number of stalks and dis
tance, both in the drill and between
The following fall each row
should be gathered separately and
the ears from it weighed. The best
?ars from the highest yielding in
rows should be saved to start an
other breeding patch the second
year. The most desirable ears from
several of the next highest yielding
rows can be used for planting the
It is necessary that the breeding
patch be several hundred yards
from any other corn field to pre
vent mixing with inferior varieties,
md that the character of the fertil
izers and cultivation of the land
used be as near like the general field
J. N. Napier.
For Sale: Lumber of all kinds.
Bills cut to order.
R. F. D. .3. Edgefield, S. C.
For the best well known standard
ihoe manufacturers goods make for
Rives Bros. where you will find the
)est selection in the county and
varranted all solid leather.-Adv.
Seed Wheat, red rust proof and
May & Prescott.
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Why spend your money just for things that glitter
and have no real value? Why not purchase Christ
mas gifts for the family that fill a real need? Some
thing that is useful will make friends and loved ones as
happy as the little things ihat have no value.
Come to our store and see the many things that you
ban select here that will fill an everyday need. Here
are a few suggestions:
Clothing for men and boys. ?
Shoes for every member of the family.
Hats and caps. * Ties and Gloves.
Shirts of all Kinds
Cloaks, sweaters and skirts and waists in great variety
Neckwear and collars
Coat Suits, Ribbons
Fascinators and shawls
/JBFWe might mention other things, but come and
and make the selection in person.
Job Work done her