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Has Inaugurated Right in the Beginning a
Great Slipper Sale
We wer? fortunate on our spring trip in securing quite a few pretty slippers
at prices much below our expectation. These, together with our
regular line, we are including in the sale
Slippers Worth up to $2.50 and $3.00
100 pairs to go at - - - $1.00
25 pairs to go at - - - .75
25 pairs to go at - - - .50
See the window display. No approvals.
THE CORNER STORE
?DGEFBELD, S. C.
\V. H. TURNER, PFOPRIETOR
Entertainment of Beaver Dam
The un us aa! success of the enter
tainment which vas given by Miss
Abbie Bryan for the^ benefit of the
~>"^Beaver Dam Surr school a fortnight
ago caused a large number of
persons to attend the second
entertainment w bich was given
in the school building last Sat
urday night. Miss bryan had
arranged a very attractive miscella
neous programme, the exercises be
ing participated in by several per
sons from the town as well as by
the school childreu. Prof. Ross
aeted as master of ceremonies. Two
of Ed^efield's leading violinists en
tertained the audience with tbe'r
Oremonas, Mr. M. P. Wells being
accompanied on the organ by M rs.
J. H. Miller and Col. P. B. Mayson
performing without an accompanist.
Mrs. Shannonhou8e and Miss Mi
riam Norris sang several selections,
with organ accompaniment by Mrs.
Mamie Tillman. A pleading feaut
ore was a tableau in which the
school children effectively repre
sented the different montus ol the
jear. The recitation by Miss
Ouida Pattison was well received.
The music which was furnished by
the Byrd orchestra added to the
pleasure of tue occasion.
As the proceeds of the entertain
ment were used to pay for the elec
tric lights that had been placed in
the building through the efforts ol
of Miss Bryan, the last numher of
the programme was a song w hich
she composed in which the children
thanked those ?present for patron
izing the entertainment, making it
possible for them to have the build
ing beautifully iighted.
Some celebrity has said "There
is no genius in life like the genius
of energy and industry." Be that
as it may, in addition to possessing
in a large measure of the genius oi
"energy and industry," Miss Bryan
is very talented and is thoroughly
in love with her work as teacher,
all of which account for the fruits
of her labor that are visible on
Don'tbeoneof the last minute
men to buy your Easter Suit, as
Easter comes early this year we
have a elegant selection of Men's
and Boy's Suits. Co.ne in and look
over and you will be delighted to
see our beautiful patterns for the
Ru ben stein.
We have lately received a lot of
Men's All-Wool Blue Serges. Suits
at $6.00, the kind you pay elsewhere
$12.00. We only have a limited
quantity of them. So come early
and get yours before they are all
I Religious Notices. |
Trenton Presbyterian church:
Preaobing at 11:15 Sunday.
Johnston Presbyterian church:
Preaching at 8 o'clock Sunday, jj
Rev. J. R. Walker will preach at
mill chapel next Saturday night at
Two prayer meetings at Meth
odist church Thursday-one at 4:30
and at 8. Cometo only one, but?
be sure to come to one.
Two vastly important subjects
will be considered next Sunday
morning and nig"ht at the Methodist
church. .Saving Faith and confess
ing Christ. I want you to make
these two servicee the two largest
attended and best in spiritual re
sults under God's blesing that we
have yet had. If we do our part,
God will do his. The devil and we
are to blame for our wickedness,
and carelessness, not God. Our
God wants all to repent and be
J. R. Walker.
War price on coffee. We are sell
ing a fine grade of green coffee
worth 15 cents for 12 1-2 cerita per
pound. This opens the way to re
duce the high cost of living.
Penn & Holstein.
The State of South Carolina,
Countv of Edgefield.
By W. T. Kinnaid, Probate Judge.
Whereas, Henry T. Medlock has
made suit to rae, to grant him Let
ters of Administration of the Es
tate o? and effects of Mrs. Mattie
C. Medlock, deceased.
These Are Therefoie to cite and
ad m ulish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of the said Mrs.
Mattie C. Medlock, deceased, that
they i>e and appear me, in the Court
of Pr..bate, to be held at Edgefield
C. H., S. C., in ray office on the
2nd day of April next after publi
cation i hereof, at ll o'clock in the
forencoo. to show cause, if any
they h;.->e, why the said Adminis
tration -hould not be granted.
Givev. under my Hand this 10th
day of .March A. D., 1915.
W. T. Kinnaird,
Mar. lu. 1915. J. P. E. C.
Yoke of fine steers, average
weight about 1,250 pounds.
A. A. Edmunds,
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and draws the pain almost imrne-,
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