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Edgefield advertiser. (Edgefield, S.C.) 1836-current, June 24, 1914, Image 8

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Another Bargain Giving Sale
WE are very thankful to the people for their liberal patronage during our sale last week, and we
are going to show our appreciation by giving you another opportunity to secure more of these bargains
on THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, JULY 2ND AND 3RD.
OUR Colored Lawns, Crepes, Foulards and Ginghams 10c. quality for - - 7 l-2c! yard
15c. Riplets and Crepes for - .10c. yard
Crepes and similar lines 20 and 25c. grades for - - -.15c. vard
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Special prices will be made on all Embroideries and Laces
OUR entire line of trimmed Hats and shapes for-the Ladies, Misses and Children will go in this sale
for 1-3 off.
THREE EXTRA SPECIALS
Every Felt and Straw Hat for Men and Boys to go at 1-3 off the regular price
500 yards of Laces will be sold for.- - - 2 l-2c. yard
More Oxfords for Ladies and Misses to be sold for - - - - $1.00 pair
There are many things reduced that we hav'nt space to mention, so its up to you to come and see for
yourselves.
Remember the date Thursday and Friday 2nd and 3rd July, and
come early.,
RIVES BROTHERS
"Strictly Cash"
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Office No. 61.
Residence, No. 17.
Wednesday, June 24th.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL,
Sermon Sunday afternoon at mill
chapel by Rev. J. R. Walker.
Prof. and Mrs. T. J. Lyon spent
Saturday in Augusta.
Mr. Earl Fuller of Longini res was
among the visitors in Edgefield
Monday.
Mr. B. L. Jones left yesterday
for Hot Springs, Ark., to remain
several weeks.
We are of the opinion that Edge
field people are talking Chautauqua
as ranch as our Johnston friends.
Mrs. Hattie W. Avlams will soon
hespin the erection of a brick ?tore
on the vacant lot adjoining the
store of W. W. Adams ?fc Co.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hatcher
motored to Edgefield Sunday after
noon. We did not know that he had
* single Ford left.
Mr. S. M. Cooper of Ninety Six,
came down in his car Friday and
Mrs. B. E. Timmerman and her
little ones returned with him to
spend a week.
If the council enforces the speed
limit ordinance to the letter, it can
soon buy official automobiles for
tbe mayor and the chief of police
from the tines that will be collect
ed.
The two ne* Lynch residences
will be a great addition to the
town. If Mrs. Lynch offers the lots
along the new street for sale, it is
probable that other hornes will be
built in that part of town.
Information was received in
Edsrefield Tuesday mornincr to tho
affect that Mr. W. M. Ouzts of the
Mountain Creek-Kirksey section sus
tained a slight stroke of paralysis
several days ago.
The friends of Mr. W. W. Miller
have brought him forward as a
candid ata for the position of mag
istrate of his district. Ile has served
that section as magistrate before
and the exp?rience gained will be
of great benefit in the discharge of
his duties should be chosen again.
An Edgefield Cook Book in the
home will reduce the cost of living.
Miss Leila Bell Thomas visited
relatives in the Cleora section last
week.
Miss T?nth Timmerman spenl
Friday in Trenton with Mrs. S. A.
Morrall.
Mr. E. II. Folk and his little
son, William, spent Saturday ir
Bateslmrg.
Misaes Sallie Mae Nicholson and
Elizabeth Rainsford were among
the visitors to Augusta Saturday.
Mrs. S. A. Morrall and her little
son of Trenton spent Saturday bert
with relatives.
Misses Sophie and Lura Minis
spent Friday at Trenton as guests
of Mrs. Walter W. Wise.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Strom came
down from Boles' mountain in their
car Saturday.
Miss Daisy Lyon is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Walter Harris, near
North Augusta.
Misses Edwardina and Marion
Blalock spent Friday and Saturday
in Augusta with relatives.
Little Miss Virginia Thomas of
Augusta is a guest in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Cantelou.
Mrs. Ora Meyers and daughters
of Aiken have been spending several
days in Edgefield with Mrs. J. U.
Rives.
Rev. John A. Holland spent sev
eral days in Edgefield and vicinity
last week looking after his busi
ness interests.
Owing to Mr. W. J. Hatcher's
skill as an auto salesman, there are
but few .pedestrians left in Edge
field.
Edgefield teachers are still arriv
ing for their summer vacation. Miss
Jennie Pattison is home from
Elloree and Miss Lillian Smith
from Griffin. Ga.
The special 1 Scents sale of the
Corner Store was a big success last
Friday. This popular store stands
squarely behind every word con
tained in its advertisements. You
can always depend upon every state
ment it makes.
Mrs. J. C. Hughes has returned
from a visit of several weeks to
relatives in North Carolina. Upon
her return she was accompanied by
Miss Alice Scott and Miss Alma
Kitchings, both of whom reside in
Williston, S. C..
Miss Fannie Shade of Johnston
and Miss RosaSimowitz of Waynes
boro, Ga., are guests of Mrs. J.
Rubenstein.
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Supervisor Edmunds is having
the jail re-covered with tin shingles.
The work is being well done by
Mr. Mi Hedge Reese.
If mon's clothes were as diapha
nous as some that the ladies wear,
one would see not a few walking
skeletons in Edgefield.
The friends of Mr. Joseph Brim
son of Aiken greeted him very cor
dially in Edgefield Friday. He re
turned to Aiken Friday afternoon.
Miss Royal Peak, Misses Effie
and Georgia May Wates, and Miss
Mattie Johnson are attending the
summer school for teachers at Win
throp.
Miss Gladys Bell of Aiken was a
guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. L. Mims Saturday and Sunday.
She stopped over in Edgefield while
returning from a visit to relatives
in Anderson aud Batesburg.
Through an error of the type it
was announced in The Advertiser
last week that the annual Griffis
barbecue would be held July 29,
when it should have been Fridav.
I July 17.
We have a number of ice cream
containers out in the Edgefield
homes. As we need these containers
we will appreciate it if those having
them will notify us by telephone
and we will send for them.
Collett & Mitchell.
Mrs. S. B. Nicholson, Misses
I Maria Hill and Sadie Mims went
j down to see the plant of the Geor
gia-Carolina Power Company on
the Savannah river Friday. Mr.
Floyd Rainsford took them down
in his touring (jar.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tompkins
were with their daughter, Mrs. Gus
Merrimon, when she died in the j
hospital at Sumter Saturday. As
soon as the information of her?
death was received in Edgefield, (
Misses Ruth and Mae Tompkins
and Mr. A. S. Tompkins, Jr., went
at once to Sumter.
At the regular -onference of the
Baptist church Sunday morning it'
was unanimously agreed that a pipe
organ be ordered at once and in
stalled before the new church is
completed. The organ will cost
about ?2,000, of which amount Mr.
Andrew Carnegie has agreed to
pay $000.
Miss Nelle.Ellis of Greenville is
here visiting her sister, Mrs. 0. P
Bright.
Misse? Helen and Ruth Strom
were visitors in Edgefield Monday.
They came down in their car.
Master Joseph Bailey is here
spending the summer with his
grand mother, Mrs. Emma Marsh.
We can frame your pictures for
you. Come in and inspect our large
stock of moulding. Our prices are
reasonable.
Collett & Mitchell.
Misses Mary Talbert and R?sela
Rar ker, two of Edgefield's charm
ing young ladies, left Thursday to
join a house party in Eastman, Ga.
Mr. R. E. Morgan has been
spending the past week here with
his family. For the past year he
has been in the employment of the
Virginia Steel Bridge Works, be
ing located at present near Lynch
burg, Va.
The town council acted with wis
dom in deciding to eiect a Btepl
and concrete bridere across Beaver
Dam on Jeter street. If the work
is properly doDe, and we have no
doubt it will be, the structure will
be there for 50 years or more.
Misses Anna and Lizzie Hollings
worth entertained a number of
fiiends with an elaborate tea Thurs
day evening in honor of Miss Nel
lie Jones and the members of her
house party. The young people
from the town thoroughly enjoyed
the hospitality of the ido il country
home on this occasion.
SMITH ROLLER MILL.
We take this means of notifying
the public that our roller mill will
begin operation on July 1. We
have purchased a new bolting cloth
and guarantee to turn oiit a good
grade of flour.
W. H. & E. N. SMITH.
Griffie Barbecue.
I take this means of notifying the
public that I will hold my annual
barbecue on Friday, July 17. A
wfll-cooked, well seasoned barbecue
dinner will be served. I will also
have a good band to furnish music
The best order will be maintained.
Any one not conducting himself
properly will be asked to leave the
grounds.
J. J. Griffls.
Ms?8uieiy Pssre
ASssofutiePy Ssas no sss?mfifuf?
Many mixtures are offered as
substitutes for Royal. No other
baking powder is the same in
composition or effectiveness, or
so wholesome and economical,
nor will make such fine food*
Royal is the only Baking Powder made
from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
Religious Notices.
Rev. E. C. Bailey will preach
Sunday coming: at ll a. m. in Tren
ton and 8:30 in Johnston.
Paul to the Colossians next Sun
day morning at Edgefield Methodist
church at ll o'clock.
Prayer and missions, and Canada
and England pictures, Edgefield
Methodist church Thursday night
at 8:30.
There will be services in the Bap
tist church next Sunday at 11:30
a. m. and 8:30 p. m. The pastor
will preach in the morning on
"Baptists and other Christians," in
the evening ou ''Jesus attracting
the people."
Classified Column.
FOR SALK: A large lot of sec
ond-hand brick at a very low
price. E. S. Johnson.
LOST-Between Edgefield and
Dr. Prescott's, a black silk coat.
Finder will receive reward by
bringing same to J. D. May at
Smith-Marsh Co.
Why don't you drink Shivar
Springs mineral water. We sell at
?1.30 for 5 gallons.
L. T. May.
Order half doz. bottles Shivar
Springs Ginger Ale.
L. T. May.
Fresh C o r n-fl a k e s, Shreaded
Wheats. Fresh Oat Meal in tins.
L. T. May.
Coughs and Colds Weaken the
System.
Continued coughs, colds and
bronchial troubles are depressing
and weaken the system. Loss of
weight and appetite generally fol
low. Get a 50c bottle of Dr. King's
]Sew Discovery to day. It will stop
ymir cough. The first dose helps.
Tin- best medicine for stubborn
ci MIL: hs. culds and all throat and
lung '.roubles. Mr. O H Brown,.
Muecatine, Ala., writes "My wife
was si-ik during the hot summer
months and I honestly believe Dr.
King's New Discovery saved her
life." Good for children. 50c. and
?1.00 at your druggist.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It stops tho
Cough and Headache and works off the Cold.
Druggists refund money if lt fails to cn rc
IL W. GROVE'S s?snature en each fox. Sc?

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