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OUR STORE YET?
To any man making a
purchase of $5.00 the
first three days will be
given absolutely free a
nice DRESS SHIRT.
If you haven't you have plenty of time yet as
the sale will last until
You cannot afford to miss it
Free! Free! Free!
To any lady making a
purchase of $5.00 the
first three days, will be
given absolutely free a
nice DRESS PATTERN.
Having purchased the stock of J. Rubenstein from the bankrupt court at a very low price, and rather than to move the stock 1 w??T offer same to the public at 25 per cent, less the manufac
turers cost price today. I have also added about $5,000.00 ot new and clean merchandise which Will go at the same price at this Bankrupt Sale. Stop for a moment and ponder, and you will
realize what it means. $12,000 worth of high grade and complete stock to be closed out in 15 days. Prices goto pieces in all sections.
Every price in this document is a statement of facts, backed by the word and goods of C. H. Schneider and hts long
and successful record of merchandising in the cit}7 of Augusta. It will pay you to prepare your purse and come to this the greatest sale ever inaugurated in Edgefiejd; you will always be glad
you did. Money is hard to eBrn but easy to save if you take advantage of this great opportunity^. Glance at this wonderful list of superior values. We would be glad to quote every article in
the-store, as they are slaughtered beyond recognition, but space forbids. The following will giv?qu some idea of the wonderful bargains that will pass into the homes of thc people during
this marvelous sale. STRICTLY CASH. ^These prices toll but half the story, the other half is the quality. Read on !_
Calicos, standard brands J i
Sale price per yard fr4-C
Yard wide bleaching ex- Q
tra good quality at QC
White homespun. 6c
In'Ma linen, fine fabric,
12-^-c value at
15 pieces ot 4-5-inch 1 ?\i
lawn 20c values at l^C
3 bales blue chambray, the
very thing for men's shirts
and ladies dresses, ncyi
values at f 2?,
10 pieces brilliantine in solid
and fancy, 75c val-yl Ol
ues at \ ^?d2C
1 lot dress goods 36 to 50
inches wide, 65c QO1
and 75c values at o?t2C
75c values at 49c
35c values at 24c
MENS DRESS SHIRTS
50c dress shirts, sale price 35c
$1 25 dress shirts 85c
50 dozen men's work , shirts
in all colors, sale Of
One lot flowers just arrived
in all the latest colors,
there's none of them that
retails for less than 25c,
some of them 50c,
25 dozen boys knee pants,
40c and 50c values,
sale price %
20 dozen 65c and 75c knee
$1 pants in knicker
One lot men's, suits, well tail
ored, real values A J AO
$10, sale price tb^iJO
One lot men's suits in light
only, price ranging from
$7 up to $12,
2K men's suits, real value
$22 50, sale
50 men's black suits in tibets
and unfinished. Values
We have a full line of men's
and boy's pants that you
can buy for about half the
We have a complete line of
ladies' trimmed and untrim
med hats, which we have
not space to mention prices
All we ask is to give us a
trial on this line
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS
5o dozen ladies' white shirt
waists, retails at
70c, sale price
15 dozen ladies waists
$1 values, at
i lot ladies' waists nicely
trimmed, with and without
collars, in white and black.
Latest-thing of the season
$2 20 values,
One lot $2 5o, ? 75
SPECIALS FOR THE YOUNG MEN
. i . . ?? ?
better gracie $i 8.ou values <p i u%0\J
18 suits p"ly in $22.50
IO dozen ladies one piece dresses, something very
handsome. Prices as follows:
$2.50 values sale price $1.49
4.00 " " " 2.98
5.50 " " u 3.49
I dozen dresses in solid white only beautifully,
trimmed, real value djQ ?A
$6.50 at yo. JV
Linen skirts in solid white, tan and blue, well
made, eithet plain or embroidered.Prices as follows
$2.25 values sale price $1.39
2.75 " " " 1.79
3.75 and 4.00 values at 1.98
C. H. SCHNEIDER,
Next door to Edgefield Mercantile Company
The union meeting of the 2nd di
vision of the Edgefield association
will meet with Mt. Zion church on
Saturday, April 29th 1911 continu
ing two days.
Saturday morning 11:30 o'clock
devotional exercises by G W Med
ll a. m. Roll call with verbal re
ports from churches.
11:15 1st Query-Our weak
churches, how are they to be
strengthened? J T Littlejohn, D E
Lanham, J D Hughey.
2nd Query-The necessity of the
entire working force of the church,
and how are we to get them to pull
together. J O Atkinson, J C Whit
lock, G W Medlock.
3rd Query-What are the duties
of the deacons and are they doing
their dutv? P B Lanham, George
Wright, S B Mays.
4th Query-Faithfulness to the
pastor. J D Timmerman, T C Math
is, Thos. Adams.
5th Querv-The need of thoroughly
preparing our Sunday school lessons
and the best help, and method of
studying to be used by teachers and
pupils. J II Courtney, J N Crafton,
ton, J D Hughey.
Missionary sermon by Rev. J T
Sunday p. m. address by C A
Mays, subject, Christian Citizen
2nd, An appeal for larger attend
ance of the Saturday meeting of
our unions by Rev. J T Littlejohn.
C. M. Mellichamp,
Miss Eliza Mlirs is carrying on
thc Photograph business of Mr. K.
H. Minis, at his Residence. Thc
latest city styles and fine work guar
"ASK OUR CUSTOMERS"
HO FOR THAI EASTER SUIT
ALINE of spring hats, Clothing and furnishings
that are Snappy, Cleancut and Rightly-Priced.
Everything that children wear in our Juvevile
Our Ladies Ready-to-wear Department is rilled
with suits, Shirt-waists, Odd Skirts and Neckwear
Abroad guarantee of satisfaction-first to last.
Make.our store your Headquarters in Augusta.
THE J. WILLIE LEVY COMPANY
We are distributors for the highest grade feeds on
on the market. ,
SU C REKE-both dairy and hoi se
Tennessee horse and mule feed which is ground
corn oats and alfalfa. Dried beet pulp^-5 per cent,
to your dairy feed daily will increase milk supply
ARRINGTON BROS. & CO.
P. S. Mr. M. Gary Satcher i9 with us and will be glad to see his friends
Fertilizers :-: Fertilizers
Let us fill your orders for commer
cial fertilizers of all kinds. Besides
carrying a full line of standard
brands and formulas, we have on nand
a full assortment of the ingredients for
mixing your own fertilizer at home.
We can also supply you with nitrate
r as a top dressing for your wheat and
? oats and your cotton and corn.
LM4 Y ? PRESCOTT
We handle Southern States Phosphate &
Fertilizer Co's. Goods.
P. & F. A. D. Bone. Augusta High Grade
Acid of all Grades
These goods are now in the warehouse
ready for delivery.
JONES & SON.
SALE and LIVERY
Plum Branch, S. C,
I desire to notify] the public that I have just re
ceived a large shipment of |TennesseeJmules that are
strictly first class, and my prices are right. Also let
me supply your needs for horses that are high class in
every respect. We want our friends to know that
we are conducting a first class sale, trade and livery
stable. If I haven't got what you want, I will order
it for you. Call te see me and inspect my [stock be
J. R. & R LBODIE,
Plum Branch, ... South Carolina
Georgia Chemical Works, Augusta, Georgia
The famous brands, PATAPSCO, MASTADON,
and GEORGIA FORMULA. Also all kinds of Fish
Goods, Blood and bone goods, Cotton seed meal mix
tures, Acid phosphates, and Agricultural chemicals
of every sort. 35 years of successful results proves
the merit of these reliable fertilizers. It is no experi
ment to use them. They are sold at Edgefield by
The Edgefield Mercantile Company