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Promise For
Tuesday May 19th
Another of Their Profit Sharing Sales
The buying public should be much interested in these SALES. Every item by piece or yard worth up to 29c.
Going In this Sale At.
A Few Items Which Points The Way To Better Ones.
25c. Klaxons. -25c. Ratines, 25c. and Sile. Crepes 25c. Linen (Spotless White 25c. brown lernen
25c. Welt P. K. 25c. Hosiery. 25c. Towels. 25c. Gauze Vests, 25c. Ribbon with all other 2.5 and
29c. <?oods.
Remember the Day Tuesday May 19th. Come bring your purse as the sale pri?e
are for CASH oniy^ but eharged at regular pri?es with pleasure.
Respectfully.
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Plunl.ett-Sanders.
Yesterday'a i: moon at six o'clock
hj^-lo'ir eatSCPied foi low townsman, Mr.
tl. H. Sanders, and Miss Ida Plan
ket were quietly marrie?! at her
home in Graniteville. Mr. H. M.
Reynolds accompanied Mr. Sanders
to Graniteville. Immediately after
their marriage Mr. and Mrs. San
ders caine to Edgefield, reaching
here last night at eight o'clock. The
Advertiser offers hearty congratula
tions.
Horn's Creek Church.
Dr. M. I). Jeffries will be in at
tendance upon the Sou'hem Hap
tist convention ia Nashville, Tenn.,
on tiie third Sunday in May. He
will be away on the fourth Sunday
also. Rev. P. B. Lan bun ha? con
sented to till the Hom's Creek ap
pointmen at 3:20 o'cl ?ck, fourth
Sunday atternoon, M tv 24. The
congregation will please bear thia
change tn mimi and be present on
the fourth Sunday afternoon.
Withdraws Candidacy.
Since the Democratic convention
took no action in the matter of
placing the office of supervisor in
the primary this year, and under the
law the terra of county commission
er being the same as superviser, 1
have decided to withdraw my an
nouncement as a candidate for coun
ty commissioner. It is practically
.certain that no election will be or
dered for the office of county com
missioner'this year.
N. L. Broadwater.
Edgefield Schools to Close.
Tuesday evening May 26, 8:45,
graded school entertainment.
Wednesday evening May 27, 8:45
recital by pupils of music depart
ment.
Thursday evening May 28, at i>
o'clock, literary address by Prof.
John G. Clinkscales, Woffod Col
lege Spartanburg, SJ C.
Delivery of medals.
Annual report of chairman of I
board of trustees.
The exercises are free and the
public is cordially invited.
Just received a lot of laoies Pana
ma Shapes at 82.50 something nice.
Don't fail to look at them before
voa buy your Summer Hat.
Hubenstein.
One lot 1-piece Dresses in dark
and light colors. A big ass rtment
to select from at $1.00.
Hubenstein.
I
For Mayor.
I have been asked quite a number
of times in the past few ?lays if J
was a candidate for Mayor. As it
will be impossible for rae to canvas
the town I take this opportunity of
savin?: that I am, and ask the sup
port of every Democrat in the town
of Edgefield.
A. H. Colley.
Municipal Election.
1'p t<? this time 149 voters have
registered for the municipal elec
tion which will be held on May 26,
There ar? two candidates for may
or, Mr. W. P. Calhoun and Dr. A.
H. Corley. The candidates for war
den are as follows: First ward: li.
U. Padgett; second waru, E. YV.
Samuel and C. M. Thomas: third
ward, L. L Clippard; fourth ward.
<4eo. W. Adams; fifth ward. G. H.
Key, and sixth ward. li. L. Duno
vunt.
D. A. R Meeting.
The 1>. A. R. will hold its rega
lar monthly meeting at the home of
Mrs. J. II. Cantelou, the chapter
being entertained by Miss Gladys
Chappell, on Tuesday, May 19, at !
4 o'clock. All members are earnest
ly urged to be present as impor- |
tant business is to be transacted.'
Members of sister chapters and of
the old Edgetield chapter are invit- ?
ed to meet with us. R. S. Y. P.
Mrs. A. A. Woodson, Regent.;
Mrs. N. C. Evans, Sec
Dixie Auxiliary.
The Dixie Auxiliaiy will meet
Thursday afternoon 5:.i0 o'clock at j
the home of Miss Clair t-rrice.
Prayer by chapter.
Roll call and minutes. (
"f lorida's welcome to Confeds,"
Marie Key.
Vocal tolo, Miriam Norris. (
Chief of the. "south, Sadie Minis, j.
Piano solo, Marion Bailey.
Triumph of the old soldiers,!
Emita Strother.
Texas memorial at Gettysburg, j
Marjorie Tompkins.
Business.
Keep Bowel Movement Regular.
Dr. K?mr's New Life Pills kee))]
stomach, liver and kidneys in j
healthy < ? udition. Rid the body of >'i
poisons and waste. Improve your jp
complexion by Hushing the liver!?
and kidneys. I got more relief from
one box of Dr. King's New Life
Pills than any medicine I ever tried,
says C E Hatfield, of Chicago, 111.
25c at your druggist.
Recital of the Trenton High School.
On last Friday evening (Moy 8th) tho members of the Tren
ion High School Music Club held their recital in thc school audi
torium.
The following programme which was very appropriate ar
ranged was ve/y successfully carried out by the club members,
assisted by their competent teacher. Miss Lura Mims of Edgefield.
PART I.
1. Chorus by eight little girls. Accompanied by Susan Mathis.
2. Trio. Birthday March-J. YV. Lerman, -Cornelia Webb, Margaret
Courtney. Susan Mathis.
3. Duet, /ingle Bells-J. S. FearisTCornelia Webb, Margaret Court
ney.
4. Duet. Mamma's Birthday Waltz (Streabog) Susan Mathis..
5. Trio. Homeward March -(Introducing"My Old Kentucky Home.")
-Charles Lindsay-Edith Herlong, Pearl Duncan. Gracie Salter.
ti. Solo. Cupid's Message, Valse.-R. R. Forman-Gracie Salter.
PART II.
Solo. Sounds of Spring Time. Herman Wenzel op. 12. Debbie
Mae Marsh.
1.
2. Trio. Pure*as a Lilly. Gavotte.-C. H. Haynes-Gracie Salter, Mil
?am Holland, Louise Padgett.
Solu. March ?nd Soldiers Cborus from "Faust." Callie Wise.
Gounod.
4. Duet. La-Chasse Aux Gazelles Galops.-A Calvine op. ll.--.-Mary
Helen Harrison, Ruth Padgett.
Solo. Silver Stream Valse.--Caprice. Leurance-Ray Swearingen.
6. Solo. Mazurka.-Benjamin Godard--Ruth Padgett.
7. Duet. Joyous Return March.-Leon Rinquet op. 36.-Miriam Hol
land, Louise Padgett.
s. Solo. March.-J. M. Blose,- Julia Wise.
!?. Duet. Entry of tho Gladiators March.-Julius Fucik.-Ray Swear
ingen and Callie Wise.
10. Solo. March.-F. C. Haves.-Mary Helen Harrison.
11. Solo. Polacca Briliante.-C. M. Weber, op. 72.-Laurie Moore.
All is over, but the club members are just hoping to have
Miss Mims for their teacher the coming session.
Respectfully,
CALLIL WISE,
19-Cents Sale.
Read the Corner Store's adver
tisement this week in which a sue
2ial 1'.? cents sale is announced for
the 19tb of May-next Tuesday.
On that'day Mr. Turner will sell
:or cash all 25 and 29 cents articles,
?ither by piece or yard, for 10 cents.
A. large number of persons in Edge
5eld and vicinity will take advan
tage of this bargain-sharing oppor
tunity that is offered by this popu
lar store.
After four ir: our family bad died
1 of consumption 1 was taken with
i a frightful cough and lnng trouble,
I but my life was saved and I gained
?fi b7 pounds through using
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W. R. Patterson, Wellington, Tex.
PRICE 50c and S 1.00 AT ALt DRUGGISTS.
Blacksmith Shop.
I wish to inform the good people
of Edgefield that I will continue the
Blacksmith Shop that was estab
lished by my father, Giles Butler,
about 40 years ago and conducted
by him until his death recently.
I will give the best possible at
tention to all work intrusted to rae
and will guarantee every job 1 do.
For Sale.
Two young Jersey cows fresh to
pail.
DAVID STROTHER,
Edgefield, S.C.
Large Shipment
of Furniture
WE will have a large shipment of Furniture' to arrive
this week, and in the lot are some beautiful Dressers.
Sideboards'and Buffets. Full supply ol'Chairs. Mat
treses'and Springs in stock.
See our line Porch Chairs.
Jones & Son.
?^fn?-n,i m gpa---di
FOY Luxury with Economy
-get a MEI Z *l23". It is a stylish, feasy rid i M?T cir. and travels
from 28 lo .vi miles on ONE gallon of gasoline, and fruin lu,OOO to
12,000 miles on a single set of tires. It is the most economical ear
on the market to operate, giving yon all the pleasures of automobil
ing without any of the objectionable costs.
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EQUIPPED COMPLETE
1914 IMPROVEMENTS
METZ "22" $475
WINNER OF THE GLlDDFN TOCK
THE ??K.VKM.KSS CAI! -Nu CLUTCH TO SI.I1-SO ISKAKS TO
THE three METZ ears were the ONLV ears in the Glidden
Tour equipped with GEARLESS transmission, and they were the
ONLY cars that held perfect, scores, without additional allowance or
time extension of any kind, for the entire eight days of th?; contest.
ard artillery wheels, best quality
Goodrich clincher tires, five lamps
and gas generator, horn, pump, tool
outfit, etc. It is a thoroughly prac
tical car-makes from ? to 50 miles
Thc METZ "22" is a high grade,
fully guaranteed roadster of the
torpedo semi-euclosedhody type,
left-hand drive, and center control.
It is equipped with 4-cylinder 22 1-2
h. p. water-cooled motor. Bosch
magneto, wind shield, extension top,
full eliptic springs all around, stand
per hour on the high speed, and
climbs hills as fast as any car made.
DEALERS WANTED FOR EDGEFIELD AND AIKEN COUNTIES.
R. H. MIDLETON, Gen. Distributor
Clarks Hill, S. C.

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