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5^; We invite you to make our store your headquarters while you are in town for that day. We are better pre
pared than ever to supply you with Wonderful Bargains. We will also have
Ipeeial Prices for Next Friday and Saturday
SI $2.50 Palm Beach Skirts . .
M $4.50 Palm Beach Skirts . .
gp $5.00 Velvet Corduroy Skirts
? $1-25 Middy Blouses at .
15c. and 20c. Snadow Laces
?2?j Wash Skirts, in Pique and Gabardine, neatly trirr.med,
with buttons, worth $1.75
?3 We also carry a large line of Ladies' Wool
Skirts in Serges
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Best quality of
Fruit of the Loom at
Barker Mills )
12 1-2 cents Dress Ginghams at . a2C.
$1.25 yd. Crepe de Chine, all colors, 98e.
$1.75 yd. Crepe de Cnine, all colors, $1.15
Silk Crepes, 75-cent val?es, at . 48c.
MILLINERY AT POPULAR PRICES
A comprehensive collection of authentic styles in Millinery from famous creators; also, strikingly effective Sj
ll models by our own artist. Since the formal opening of the spring season in millinery here our millinery |?
H sales have been the center of interest to crowds of enthusiastic women folks-outspoken in their praise of |?
ht" the charming styles. The assembly of fashions presents the utmost in quality and fineness of materials, and
combines smartness and originality in style and workmanship of highest excellence. Don't delay, buy early. I
Prices from $1.00 to $10.00. * . . i
e offer for the two days, Special Prices in Men's and Boys' Clothing
fi Advertiser Building
Edgefield, S. C. |
Interesting W. G T. U. Mealing.
The Woman's Christian Temper
ance Union has a wealth of r^
sources from which tn draw for
making nuique ami on tena? ii i nu
meetings. Til? idea-? ami sugges?ii?ns
crowd fa?*t on? upon another, and
many unions hold bi-monthly meel
The member* of lb? local union
have been exiJeriiiiemiiig with ?i
new idea, that i< a eom?sd for the
mi st model member. On Thursday
afternoon ;u ihe bom? of M Us li :/i
Mims, Mrs. B. J. NorrU ?nd .Miss
Mims bei ne li-isl,'<s'-s. lue reception
was he'd for the mosu model mern
bers. Thirteen had approximately
reached the standard, and were call
ed apon to stand in the centre of
the room and be viewed b.\ ?he oth
er prosj>eetiv? mo?eN \?'h" will have
another opportunity jriv?n them
daring tile next f<>nr inonlhs. Mrs
Rainsford had made the most points
and was the guest of honor.
To set a standard has great merit
in it, and as the models reach the
standard, *ii!l ether ai tain men ts
will be added.
The program for the afternoon
was a personification of the Year
Book of 1910, each oa^e being rep
resented by the various members.
Mrs. Thurmond began ?bli the
cover page and Mrs. I*. Timmons
Our Virginia-grown Seed
Corns have an established
reputation for superiority in
productiveness and germina
Wood's Descriptive Catalog
tells about the best of prize-win
ning and profit-making varieties in
both While and YeUovv Corcts.
We offer the best and most im
proved varieties, grown in sections
absolutely free from boll weevil.
Our Catalog gives prices and infor
mation, and tci's about the best of
100-DAY VELVET BEANS. Soja
Beans, SUDAN GRASS, DoWs Graas
and eli Sorghvrr.3 and Millets.
Catalog mailed free on request.
1. W. WOOD & SONS,
SEEDSMEN, - Richmond, Va.
closed the hook with the qnotatiot
on the dack cover.
The picture of Miss Gordon, na
timmi president, was represented in
Mrs. .f. VV. Peak whom we al
agreed looked more liku Miss (-?or
.ion than any other member. Slit
..vas very reluctant lo sit and bi
viewed as Miss Gordon, while .Mrs
Gainsford recited that lovely tri out?,
to our national leader written by
Mrs, Edith Smith Davis, hal sin
looked beautiful to us.
.Mrs. M. P. Wells gav? lh? poem
"Me leadeth me," which brought
..omfurt and cheer to us all, and re
minded us of our great possession
in having her.
An important page was occupied
most becomingly by Mrs. A. E.
! Padgett who gave the beautiful lit
tle verse which reminds us of the
noontide hour of prayer
'"It is always noontide somewhere
across the awakening continents
From shore to shore, somewhere
Our prayers are rising evermore."
The pledge was recited in con
cert, and the national motto "For
God and home and native land" was
repeated by Mrs. VV. A. Byrd.
The local motto is, "Faith looks
at impossibilities and says, it shall
Mrs. Barker gave the origin of
' the badge, the white ribbon bow
? which is worn by women all around
Mrs. Leslie Kernaghan gave the
names of the two life members of
i tie union, M'*?;. J. L. M ima and
Mrs. VV. B. CoTburn, and how
this was acco. fished.
At this point on tho program, all
the officers were called upon to
stand and as they retired Mrs.
VV. E. Lott eave Miss Gordon's
eloquent reasons "Why we wear tho
white, ribbon." closing with that no
tabie exhortation, *JL*t us wear the
white ribbon and follow its gleam."
Then the pages with the names
' of hostesses for the year followed,
j and those who had already enter
! lamed brought messages of good
? -beer that she had enjoyed thal
privilege. Mrs. Lovick Smith said
|shnt if two more bad come she
couldn't have been thankful be
cruise in" chairs bad all been taken.
Mrs. J. E. Hart said ?that the cake
she had ordered for the occasion
did not arrive and more had to
he supplied while the guests were as
Miss Hint* eave a very sweet
mesisagc of appieeialioti from the
teachers' association whiuu h.-i
been entertained in January. Mr
Sanders sent, a gracious messai
and Miss Eliza Minis and Mrs. I
J. Norris linnie every one of us fei
like we wanted to hold every me?
?rig at their home. In fact, they asl
ed us tu, and we may.
Mrs. A. E. Padgett, .Miss Mar
Evans and M rs. Fannie Tompkin
.ill vied with each other in makin
the most pressing invitation fe
tlnir res pei:! ive months ol' elite:
tai ii men i.
Messages were brought from Mr
W. H. Dorn and Miss Sallie Ma
Nicholson, Mrs. E. S. Johnson dc
livering the latter message, an
Mrs. S. A. Branson and Mrs. R. C
Padgett were most gracious in ea
tending their invitations.
Mrs. N. M. Jones was un usual I,
hospitable and insisted that not or
ly the present membership but al
the forty new ones are expected t
be there. Mrs. Chalmers Hughe
made an equally inticing invitatioi
and all the members will go to al
the meetings after this.
Mrs. Pendleton Jones recited th
quotation on the last page, relatinj
to thc year's service. Mrs. Tillmai
talked on "California and the W
C. T. U." a beautiful narration o
the journey through that romantic
state with the courageous and cour
leons company of the while ribhoi
army on their tour from the con
vention at Seattle to the San Fran
cisco and San Diego exposition
Mrs. Shannonhousn sang "Califor
nia" and we almost felt that w<
were transported to that land o
perpetual delight. Mrs. Tillman tok
of their visits to thc homes of Dr
Cowies and of Mrs. Kate Sullivai
LaSucnr of Los Angeles and ol hei
continued love for Ed ge" eld anc
I that the lust thing she saw on tin
table in her home was thc Edge
The pageant ?if children was call
ed, "ll is coming, Miss Columbia,1
?ind was a most interesting cl i ni aa
to the program. Miss Hunter inadi
a beautiful Miss Columbia and san?]
her greetings to the children whe
had come to meet her. Mitchell
Wells represented the liquor man
and jilead hi-* cause before Miss Co
lumbia, but Edward Peak, Do/.iei
Tompkins, William Jone-", John
Wells, Kate Miins, Frances Jones
and Effie Allen Lott with the little
singers who accompanied them,
soon convince] Mi>s Columbia that
.lohn Barleycorn must et). Eli/.abclh
and jelly of the most templing va
F. A. M.
Lott came in and brought the new
white flag of .South Carolina and in
a most thrilling speech, delivered it
for tho dry line."
A half hour was spent in social
pleasure, conversation, which is
such a diversion for the fair sex
While this was bein?:- enjoyed, re- cession given al once Apply to
fresh meats were being served, cake ]?>. I-*- Mims.
FOR RENT-A five-room resi
lenee near the high school. Pos
FORSALE: Pure long 6laple
cotton seed for planting. Apply,
Mrs. Emma Marsh,
3-29-2t pd. Edgefield, S. C.
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.".?...J'.'v W^CaS^i'S ??.?A????*'
Spring is right upon us, and, whether we wish to buy or not, the stead
ily increasing heat forces us to lay aside our winter toggery and don
something that is suited to the season.
As outfitters for men and boys, our stock is complete in every depart
ment. We have purchased a large line of clothing-all of the popular
fabrics and weaves-from one of the largest manufacturers in the coun
try, and can fit you in the newest and best. Come in and look through
our clothing department.
New stylish hats for men and boys in felts and straws. The newest
and nobbiest shapes at very reasonable prices. Xo use to try to wear last
summer's hat. We can fit you at too small a cost for that.
For your spring oxfords come to us. We have the celebrated Crossett
and the Selz-Schwab. These have been tested year after year by the
Edgefield people and always found satisfactory. We guarantee every
pair. What more could you ask?
For shirts, try an "Eclipse." They are conceded to be the best shirt
on the market for tlie money. Our assortment is very large to select
Complete stock of underwear for men and boys.
Sec our beautiful neckwear. No trouble to make a selection from
such a large and beautiful assortment.
If we haven't what you want we will order it for von.