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It gives us pleasure to announce to the public that our spring stock is now complete. We were fortu
nate in placing our orders for merchandise several months ago before there was so great an advance in
prices, therefore we are prepared to sell much cheaper than we could had we waited later to buy.
Below we mention a few of the many new goods we are showing.
In our stock of white skirtings which we are offering at last year's prices you find
We also have a big line of
LINENS, NAINSOOKS, MADRAS, DIMITIES, FLAXONS, BATISTE, ETC.
You will be surprised to find that our prices on these goods are just about what they were last season.
See our line of new Gingham in pretty snappy styles at 10 and 12 1-2 cents.
You will find here a complete line of new Embroideries, Laces, Hosiery and Ribbons.
Let us show you our new Middy Blouses, White Skirts and Children's Dresses.
We handle the Celebrated Madame Grace Corsets.
All we ask is that you come in and see our goods and get our prices before you buy.
anteed on every purchase. Polite and courteous attention to all.
Edgefield, S. C.
Edgefield, S. C.
Dr. B. F. Jones has returne
from a business trip to St. Loui
Miss Mildred Scott from Nort
Augusta is the guest of Miss Suni
Talbert this week.
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Jones have re
turned from a sojourn of several
weeks at White Springs, Fla.
Miss Alice Reynolds of Columbi!
spent the week-end in Edgefield ai
the guest of Miss labelle Chappel
and Mrs. Robert Long.
Miss Snnie Talbert has been th?
guest of Misses Louise Kerr, Eliza
beth Allen and Annie Smith of Au
gusta for the past two weeks.
Misses Louise Kerr, Elizabeth
Allen, Mary Kerr and Annie Smith
from Augusta were guests of Miss
Sunie Talbert for the dance on last
Mr. Henry W. Dobey o f Johnson
was among the visitors in Edgetield
Monday and paid the Advertiser a
pleasant call while here. His
daughter. Mrs. E. G. Morgan, Jr.,
of Giaymont, Ga., is visiting him.
Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Littlejohn
and Mrs. Julia K. Prescott were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Cog
barn last Thursday. Several Edge
fiield ladies were also invited to
participate in the pleasures of the
The Advertisers' readers will de
vour with the keenest delight the
letter written by Mr. Arthur S.
Tompkins on his recent trip of ton
days to Florida. There will be se
veral other letters of a similar
nature to follow. "Florida" is too
large a theme for one letter.
Edgefield was represented at the
inauguration in Washington by Mr,
and Mrs. L. Barnwell Jones, Mr.
and Mrs. A. T. Samuel, Mr. L.
Ralph Jones, Mrs. Mamie N. Till
man, Col. L. W. Cheatham and Mr.
J. D. Holstein. The latter went
from Washington to New York on
a short business trip.
Mrs. Z. A. Greene has returned
to Pacolet after spending six weeks
in Edgefield very pleasantly with
her daughter, Mrs. T. A. High
tower. She was accompanied by
her grand daughter,Miss Leona Bul
lington, who will be absent only a
Miss Effie Broadwater and Mis
Evans of Grovetown, Ga., cam
over for the dance Friday night.
Miss Edith Ouzts spent the week
end in Aiken as the guest of Mis
Lucile Carter and with her brother
Mr. William Ouzts, in Augusta.
Services every evening this weel
in the Presbyterian church at !
o'clock. The several pastors hav<
become their own evangelists. Mucl
interest is manifested.
Notice to parents-This Friday
evening a special service will b<
held in ihe joint services for boy!
and girls in the Presbyterian churcl:
at 8 o'clock. Come and bring th?
The taxpayers are grateful to thc
judge, juries, solicitor and other
court officials for clearing the crim
inal docket in two days. That's
making a good beginning for econ
omy in the county's affairs for ly 17.
Miss Pearl Eley has arrived from
Atlanta to take charge of Mr. J.
Rubenstein's millinery department
for the spring season. She is an
experienced milliner and having
made a close 6tudy of the latest
styles can please the most fastidious
patron of this popular store.
When the Spring term of the
United States district court con
venes in Greenville the first Tues
day in April. Edgefield county
will be represented on the grand
jury by Mr. J. F. Payne, and on
the petit jury by Mr. S. B. Marsh
aud Mr. J. A. Timmerman.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Daughters of the Confederacy
will be held Tuesday afternoon
March 13, at 4 o'clock at the home
of Mrs. B. E. Nicholson. All mem
bers who have not paid their dues
will be expected to pay at this
The Advertiser has added to its
force Mr. Stanley W. Crews of
Laurens, a handsome young nephew
of our foreman, Mr. E. H. Crews.
We trust that he will likewise be
come a victim of a 'Microbe of
Love" and locate permanently in
We have just received a large
line of Ladies' Hose. Prices 25o.
Rubenstein's Department Store.
The second annual Ohautauqai
i will be held the 4th, 5ih and 6th o
Rev. Geo. W. Basse? will preacl
at Red Oak Grove next Sunday (2n(
Sunday) at the usual hour.
A meeting of the Civic Leagu*
will be held Friday afternoon a
3:30 o'clock at the home of Mrp,
N. M. Jones.
Mr. Walter Hill came np from
Augusta and spent several day?
here laat week with his mother, Mrs.
The Advertiser has been request
ed to announce that Rev. J. A.
Gains will preach at Antioch church
the second Sunday afternoon at
Attention is directed to the fol
lowing jjnew advertisements this
week: Smith-Marsh Company, Mu
kashy Bargain House, Dorn &
Mims, Rubenstein, The Corner
All of the people of the communi
ty sympathize deeply with Rev. A.
L. Gunter, the beloved pastor of the
Methodist church, in his deep sor
row caused by the death of his
mother in Aiken Monday afternoon.
Mr P. W. Cheathara, thy retir]
ing clerk of the board of county
commissioners, has made a splendid
record. He has always been pains
taking and accurate. The beautiful
manner in which he has kept the re
cords would do credit to an expert
The committee appointed by the
County Teachers' association to ar
range a program for the Annual
Field Day to be held Friday, April
13, met Saturday and arranged a
very attractive program, which will
be published in full in The Adver
tise" next week. Watch for a com
plete announcement in our next is
sue, the crowded condition of our
columns making it impossible this
Strong Line of Insurance Com
I take this means to announce
that I again have the agency for
the London, Liverpool and Globe
Fire Insurance company and will
be glad to receive a share of your
fire insurance patronage. This very
strong company is well known in
J. T. Mims.
Sometimes She Thinks
MRS. MAYNOR IS 35 POUNDS
HEAVIER NOW THAN
WHEN SHE BEGAN TAK
ING IT-HAD NEARLY
FROM AX INVALID UNABLE TO SIT
UP MORE THAN AX HOUR OR
SO To PERFECT HEALTH
WAS CHANGE MADE.
Without equal interest, perhaps,
is very remarkale statement given
in endorsement of Tanlac by Miss
Julia Maynor, of 128 Fairview Ave.
Spartanburg. Wheu she began
taking Tanlac, she said, she was
almost an invalid but now weighs
thirty-two pounds more and con
siders her health perfect, and her
"I suffered from a terribly run
down condition and I became so
weak I could not even wash dishes
and I could not sit up more than
an hour or two at a time. I had
no appetite, and I had forgotten
how it felt to want to eat. Every
thing I ate hurt me, and I suffered
from an awful burning in my stom
ach. I lost flesh until I looked as
if I would almost fall to pieces.
"Seven different doctors had
treated me and my papa took me
to everyone I thought could help
me, but if any of them did meany
good I could not tell it, and the
last time I came home from a trip
to see a doctor I was so weak I
could not hardly get up the steps.
"It was in January last year that
I began to fail in health, and in a
month I was in such bad shape I
could not do anything, and I was
in bed the greater part of the time
from February to September last
year, and when I began taking
Tanlac I only weighed ninety
"Tanlac was recommended to me
and I finally began taking it. I
Btarted taking Tanlac in the sum
mer and I took about fifteen bottles
before I stopped. I gained about
thirty-two pounds by taking Tan
lac, and 1 weigh about 125 pounds
now and am still gaining in weight.
Really, I am about thirty
five pounds heavier "now than
when I began taking Tanlac. I am
in good health- and I feel just as
well as 1 did when I stopped tak
ing Tanlac, and the benefit Tanlao
gave me is lasting. I am heavier
now than I ever been before.
"I never have stomach trouble
now. I have a fine appetite and I
feel well all the time. I work reg
ularly in the Beaumont Mill now,
and just a few months ago I had
begun to wonder if there was any
thing that would give me back my
health and strength. Before I
started taking: Tanlac I sometimes
feared my troubles might kill rae,
but I was back at work by Septem
''I can give Tanlac the very high
est recommendation, and I do, too,
because I was an invalid when I
started Tanlac and I am in perfect
health now and am as rosy as any
We have just
ment of new spri
latest weaves, con
hams, Percales, 8h
Fancy Stipes for ?3
We have also
beautiful line of L
Do not fail to see
will take your onie
suits if we have
Miss Marie Gov
in Baltimore, will
to take charge of <
partment. She wi
line. Yours :
one. I am so glad I took Tanlae
and I sometimes think Tanlac sav
ed my life, for I was going down
terribly fast when 1 began taking
Tanlac, the Master Medicine, is
Edgefield, Penn & Holstein.
Cold Springs, H Ernest Quarles.
Edgefield, R F D No 2, J. H.
Johnston, Johnston Drag Com
Modoc, G C McDaniel.
Parksville. Robertson & Com
Plum Branch, J W Bracknell &
Plum Branch, R F D No 2, E P
Winn & Bro.
Trenton. G W Wise.
received a sliip
ng goods in the
isisting of Ging
eer White Goods,
just received a
adies' Coat Suits,
these suits. We
)Y for any of these
not the size you
mn, who is now
arrive next week
)ur millinery de
ill show you a full
E. s. RIVES s