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Edgefield advertiser. (Edgefield, S.C.) 1836-current, March 17, 1915, Image 7

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THE
Advertiser Job
Hp HE beginning of 1915 finds The Advertiser better
JL equipped than ever before for doing all kinds of
printing on short notice, and in the most approved manner.
Our mechanical department is well supplied with every
thing that is needed to print anything from a visiting card
to a full page circular.1 Every job that is sent to this office
receives the most careful attention and satisfaction is
GUARANTEED or your money will be refunded without
a word if for any reason you are dissatisfied.
We use only the best material. Large shipment has
just been received. Come in and let us show you how
well equipped we are for turning out up-to-date work of
all kinds.
Do not send your orders away from home. Every dollar
you send away for printing impoverishes your home town
to that extent and contributes to the upbuilding of some
other town.
A share of your printing business for 1915 is solicited.
The Advertiser Job Office

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