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of 1911 Will be Held October 25, 26,27, and
Do not miss the
County Fair. Every
body is coming
Good Music, Splendid Exhib
its, Prominent Speakers,
Gorgeous Floral Parade.
Sp?cial feature for every
day of the Fair.
Every minute spent at the
Fair Grounds will be pleas
antly and profitably spent
Get a premium list and begin to plan your
make exhibits in as many departments as j
The ladies, as well as the men, are urged to
able. Urge your friends and neighbors to
Make Exhibits Also
The grounds have been improved and eveiTthing will be in readiness for the exhibits and for the
great throng that will attend from this and adjoining aunties.
Full Program For
Given Next Week
Fall of 1911
The fall of 1911 finds us with the largest and most carefully bought stock of merchan
dise that we have ever shown. Our buyer has given especial attention to every depart*
ment, purchasing not only from the most reliable manufacturers but buying in large quan
tities, enabling us to name the lowest possible prices,the quality of the gooda considered.
In furniture we are showing bed room suits trom the cheapest to the handsomest. We
also haye a large assortment of wardrobes, chifioners, sideboards, hat racks, china closets,
dining, library and centre tables, dining chairs, and very handsome assortment of rockers.
Come in and look through our offerings.
Rugs and Art Squares
We are also showing the largest stock of rugs, art squares, carpet and matting that we
have ever purchased. Beautiful designs and dependable quality at a very reasonable price
Trunks and Suit Cases
When you need a trunk, traveling bag or suit case come to us. We buy from the fac
tory at the lowest possible price, and can show you all grades. Can suit every taste and
Enameled Beds and Mattresses
We shall be pleased to show you our stock of enameled beds. They are not only beau
tiful but practically indestructible. Full assortment of spring, cotton and felt mattresses.' .
STOVES and RANGES
Maybe your old stove is burned out and you need a new stove or range* Make your
wife happy by presenting her with a newone. Come to see our large acock.
When you need a sewing machine try the Standard, If you use ene, you witt aot be
satisfied with any other kind.
BUGGIES and WAGONS
Our vehicle departmens has always been one of our strongest departments. We sell
the Moyer, Oxford and Smith buggies. They have been thoroughly tested on Edgefield
roads and have not been found wanting. When in need of a first- class farm wagon try a
Mitchell or Chase City wagon. Full stock of buggy and wagon harness single or double
light or heavy.
We carry a large stock of coffins and caskets for the cheapest to the highest grade, Our
hearse responds promptly to all calls.
Our first floor is stocked with heavy groceries and plantation supplies of all kinds. We
will appreciate your patronage,
Edgefield Mercantile <
See the somersault Elephant
fha Hippotagus Equinnas
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fine Farm Foi* Sale?
My farm 7 miles 'north of Edge
field S C., containing 410 ao?es,
mn.atto soil, with red subsoil. Well
watered and has good timber. Six
room dwelling and all necessary
outbuildings and tenant houses.
Situated in good community, and
very desirable home. Parlies inter
ested write ?to A. B, Nicholson,
Edgefield, S. 0.
All persons indebted to the estate
of the Ute Thomas G. Smith will
make payment at once to the under
signed, and persons holding claims
against said estate mast present
same at once for payment to the un
dersigned or be debarred bylaw.
Joe S. Smith,
What gives the Haag shows the tildie
>f mighty, not its size alone, but it?
?verwh?l?^g power in the amusement
leid, saying nothing but the best.
See the parade that, tells the story.
I take this means of informing
my Edgefield friends that I am
now with Bnrton-Taylor Wise Co.,
of Augusta, tad I shall be pleased
to have my friends cali wheo they
are in the city, I shall at all times
take pleasure in showing them ?very
courtesy possible. Wo give special
attention to mail orders sud tay
>oider sent me will receive my per*
Edgar L. Hart.
I desire to notify my friends that
I am now in Augusta with the large
dry goods firm, Burton-Taylor
Wise Co-, where I shall be pleased
to serve them. When in Augusta do
not fail to call on cae. SpecUl Atten
tion given to stau m Toar
patronage witt be appreciated.
J. T. Bryan.
Notice is hereby gives tb* on th?
6th day of November, ttl!, I will
sell for cash to the highest tidier
the following ml estate belonging
to the estate of J. W. Adams, de
ceased, at Edgefield court house:
Two hundred and twenty-two and
a half acres of land (move or less)
bounded on the west by Stevens
orees, sooth by Mr. Chamberlain's
land, east by Scott's Ferry road,
north by Robert Hall's land.
Mrs. J. A. Hamilton?
Estate of J. W. Adams,
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Ladles suits worth $14.00 to gtf