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Smith-Marsh Company's
Mid-Season
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AT COST
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We Offer All Our Dry Goods, Notions and Shoes at COST for TEN DAYS
By Cost, we mean the cost to us when placed in the store. We know it is early to put on a sale like
this, but we need money. Cost here means a net saving of from twenty-five to thirty per cent for you.
Get prices elsewhere, then come to us, where you will find you can buy for CONSIDERABLY LESS.
Remember, too, that we Handle Nothing but FIRST-CLASS MERCHANDISE
This is no fake. We mean exactly what we say-that you can buy anything in the store for exactly
what it cost us.
Sale Begins Thursday, May 6th, and Continues for Ten Days
Be sure to get our prices before you buy your dry goods and shoes. If we can't save you money
we won't ask you to buy?
SMITH-MARSH CO.
PP* No Goods Charged at Cost Pri?es - Edgefleld, South Carolina
Office No. 61.
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Residence, No. 17.
Wednesday, May 5.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
No rain, no groin.
Miss Lucile Du ie r$t North Au
gusta is the guts t of Miss Julia j
Folk.
%'- Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Callison
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Keel.
Mrs. W. H. Turner and the two
little ones are down for the Chau
tauqua.
Mrs. E. C. Brown of Greenville
and Mrs. Raymond Rogers of Blen
heim &rex visiting their mother, Mrs.)
Ida F. Sheppard*.
t Mr. George B. Harris of Hender
son, N. Cv is here visiting his
?daughters, Mesdames J. R. Tomp
kins and W. C. Lynch.
Since the death of Judge Roath,
15; M. Smith, Esq., has made a good
master in equity. He will devote his
entire time to the practice of law.
Mrs. J. B. Haiti wanger of Green
wood is the guest of Mrs. Milton
Parker, Sr. Mrs. Haltiwanger's
Edgefield friends have given her a
very cordial welcome.
Next Sunday night at 8:15 ser
vice the Methodist pastor will be
gin a series of sermons on "Soracj
of the ?Great Johns." A cordial wel
come to all who attend.
The dedication of the Harmony
church, one of the most modern
country churches in the state, will
take place some time in July, and
Bishop John C. Kilgo will preach
the dedicatory sermon.
Having lost during the past year
two horses that cost him $500,
Sheriff Swearingen has purchased
an automobile. He can now respond
to calls for him from al) parts of
the county on short notice. Mr.
Swearingen bas acted wisely in get
ting a car.
Calhoun A. Mays, Esq., ol
Greenwood was in town on pro
fessioual business Monday.
I Miss Beesie Cothran, of Cleora
is visiting Mrs. S. W. Nicholson.
She will assist Mrs. Nicholson willi
her sewing while herj.
Mr. Joseph Brunson is up from
Aiken for a week. He will spen<l
much of the time fishing in Turkey
creek, whose banks he frequented
when a boy. Mr. Brunson is always
a welcome visitor, stopping with
his Edgefield friends for a short
time while journeying to and from
Aiken.
Mr. M. W. Hudgens who ia
farming this year on the Lyon place
in southwestern Edgefield is further
advanced with his work than any
other of which we have any infor
mation. Mr. Iludirens has a perfect
stand of cotton, having already put
it to a stand and thrown the dirt
to it with a plow.
Mr. W. G. Ouzts was in town
Monday and paid The Advertiser a
pleasant visit. He stated that stands
of cotton in his section are unsatis
factory and that the stand of March
corn is not up to former years. Mr.'
Ouzts is a very useful citizen of the
Harmony section, he and Mrs.
Ouzts being among the most active
members of Harmony church and
Sunday school.
Col. F. N. K. Bailey and Capt.
R. B. Cain came down from Green
wood Wednesday afternoon and
went on a day's fishing excursion
with Mr. J. R. Cantelou and Mr.
E. S. Rives. Cadets Rainsford Can
telou and Egbert Morgan carne
down with them in the oar from
Greenwood. These two Edgefield
boys are making a good record at
the B. M. I.
Miss Abbie Bryan will give an
entertainment on the lawn of the
Beaver Dam school from 6:30 to 8
o'clock Saturday. An admission fee
of 5 and 10 cents will be charged.
Ice cream will be sold to provide
basket ball for the children. Miss
Bryan does everything possible to
advance this school along every lino
and she should receive the eucour- <
agement of the people of the com
munity. j<
See the program of the Saloonles
Nation cantata in another colutrn
Come and see "Uncle" Sam am
Columbia putting the states on th
"dry line!"
Mrs. Ellie Brooks Jones of Co
lumbla is visiting her sister, Mrs
F. F. Moseley.
. At Johnston this Sabbath 11:1;
service in Presbyterian church. Nj
afternoon service.
The music class of the Uigl
School will give a recital in the au
ditorium Tuesday night, May.18.
The bus lines are a great bool
for the traveling public. It is prob
able that other lines will be estab
lished.
Bring the children to the inter
eating and entertaining pageant ir
the opera house on Fridayleveuinf
the 14th.
Mrs. P. M. Feltham and her two
bright little sons are back from a
stay of some months in Greenville,
The trio have a prominent place in
the affection of Edgetield's pupu
lace/
The Day and Roper stock of mer
chandise of Trenton which invoiced
about 85,300 was sold at auction
Tuesday to a Dillon firm for $3,400.
The notes and accounts of the firm
brought $90.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Dunovant, Jr., a little daughter,
Monday, May 3. Buncombe and all
Edgefield welcomes the little lady
who reached Edgefield in time to
add her voice to the chautauqua
uourse.
Mrs. Ida F. Sheppard spent a
very happy day last Sunday when
she bad all of her children with her.
A pleasing feature of the day was
the elaborate dinner which the hap
py mother and grandmother had
prepared.
It would be difficult to find a man
?nywhere who has more friends in
Edgefield than Congressman Jirn
nie Byrnes. He received a very
jordial welcome when he came up
'rom Aiken yesterday to address the
sbautauqua.
Mrs. R. J. Parks of Augusta,
and Mrs. Mattie Hardy of Savan
uah, are here having a monument
placed over the grave of they* sis
ter, Mrs. Sarah YVates. They are
guests of Mrs. C. H. Key.
Mrs. J. D. Holstein recently visit
ed Saluda as a guest of the Lucinda
Home chapter U. D. C. The Saluda
Standard ?wrote very fully of this
meeting and ppoke fn glowing terms
of Mrs. Holstein's presence and ad
vice to the chapter.
Mr. John F. Bolt, of Laurens,
;arrived in Edgeheld Monday and
will spend some days in the county
collecting data for the national gov
ernment. He holds a position in the
census department. Mr. Holt is a
brother-in-law of Mr. E. H. Crews,
The Advertiser's foreman.
Mrs. Barron Holmes returned
Monday from a sojourn of three
months where she has been taking
vocal instruction under the most
.celebrated vocal instructor in the
country. Mrs. Holmes has been
greeter! very warmly by her Ed^e
field friends, having stopped over
here while en route to her home
near Cleora,
The friends of Dr. W. E. Pres
cott will be delighted to learn that
he has left the hospital in Augusta
and is spending this week with his
daughter, Mrs. F. L. Parker of
Johnston. He will go to his home
Saturday of this week. The prayers
of his friends have been with him
on his affliction. It is believed that
as a result of the surgical operation
he: will be fully restored to his ac
customed health.
A Saloonless Nation in 1920.
Corat to the opera house on Fri-i
dav evening the 11th and hear the'
prophecy of a saloonles9 nation in '
a pageant of song and story. This!
cantata of one hundred voices will j
begin a new enthusiasm for the
"dry"campaign for South Carolina.
Come and add your presence to the
great audience that will be present
On that occasion.
Genuine Panama shapes for la
dies at 81.29.
Rubenstein.
Beautiful line of dress goods just|
received. Latest weaves, shades and
patterns. We invite the ladies to
call. Prices very reasonable.
M ii kat by Bargain House.
Teachers' Examina
tion.
The next regular teacher's exami
nation will be held at Edget?eld,
Friday, May 7. White applicants
will report at conrt-house; colored
applicants at Macedonia school
building. Work will begin at 9:30
a. m., and close at 4:30 p. ra. Ap
plicants from other counties will
take notice that their papers will be'
sent to home Board.
W. W. Fuller,
Co. Supt. Education.
April 27-2t.
J. C. LEE, President
FARMERS, MERCHi
If you are going to bi:
we invile your inquiries.
COMPLETE HOUSE ?
We manufacture and d'
stairs, interior trim, stoi
pews, pulpits, etc., roug
lath, pine and cypress shi
and siding.
Distributing agents for
Estimates cheerfully a
Woodard I
AUGUSTA,
I Corner Roberts ai
Our Mot
i
See our attractive line of summer
underwear and hosiery. Our gooda
are all new and fresh.
Mukashy Baigain House.
Large shipment of Corbart Over
alls just received. Wear them once
and you will wear no other kind.
Mukashy Bargain House.
Eyes examined and glasses fitted
only when necessary. Optical
work of all kinds.
EDGEFIELB, S. C.
F. E. Gibson, Sec. and TreaB.
\NTS, BUILDERS,
lild, remodel or repair, ?
?ILLS A SPECIALTY.
eal in doors, sash, blinds
?e . fronts and fixtures,
h and dressed lumber,
ngles, flooring, ceiling
Flintkote roofing
nd carefully roane.
Aimber Co.
GEORGIA.
id Dugas Streets,
to:
Quality
Service

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