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es Savings for
Georgette and Crepe de
Chine, $2.00 values, at
We have the largest and best selected stock that we have ever had. We have lately received over $15,000 worth of brand-new merchandise, bought months ahead. Now
just to give us an opportunity to show you our large stock we will have prices reduced in each department for
Saturday and Monday, March 30th and April 1st
Visit our store during these days and you will be well dressed for Easter, and will have paid less mone)r for what you bought.
Ladies' Wash Skirts
$2.25 ladies' wash skirts, in white only, at._.$1.35
$2.75 skirts at.-.--.-.51.75
$3.75 skirts at_.-.-$2-65
$5.00 skirts at_.-.-$3.Go
We have the largest and best selected skirts in this section. We
have over 300 skirts to select from. Sizes as large as 36.
Prices are lower than we can possibly duplicate them at this season.
$10.00 and $12.50 dresses at_._.-$ 7.50
$18.50 and $20.00 dresses in taffeta and messaline at-..$12.50
$25.50 and $27.50 dresses in Messaline with Georgette sleeves or Crepe
de Chine dresses, at.-.$17.50
We have several hundred waists in stock, and can surely please you.
$1.50 waist in voile and other grades, in any style you want at-$ .95
$3.50 and $4.50 Crepe de Chine waist at._.$2.95
$5.00 Georgette waist at.$3.50
$6.50 and $7.00 Georgette special for Easter at_._.$4.75
Tailored skirts in ten different styles, in plain or fancy stripe silks,
prices up to $7.50, at_.$4.75
~- I WESTERN
M?rTookmA for the mark"
300 pairs of the well known Martha Washington shoes, $5.00 and $5.50
200 pairs of ladies' white Oxfords, prices $2.50, at...$1.35
150 pairs of high white Boots in half heel, prices $2.75 and $3.00
BOYS' WASH SUITS
Boys' wash suits, sizes 2 to 8, $1.50 value, at.$ .85
$2.50 and $2.75 value at.$1.65
We have them in solid white, tan and other colors.
BOYS' KNEE PANTS
10 dozen boys' knee pants, sizes up to 18, prices $1.50 and $2.00,
beautifully tailored, good quality of blue serge, prices to-day $25.00,
Suits in Cashmere and Worsted, styles adopted to young men and mid
dle aged men, strictly all wool, values up to $30.00, at._$17.50
One lot of sample suits, no more than one of a kind, prices up to $25.00,
Easter at Our Millinery Department
The most beautiful array ever placed before the buying public, and we are proud of our big millinery display. Visit our millinery department and you will certainly be
pleased with ur styles and prices. Remember each article in this store is reduced for these two days.
[onors for Edgefield Girl.
iss Margaret May, who as a stu
in the Edgefield High and
led schools, always won honors
lerself not only in the school
culura, but in music as well, is
a student at the Greenville
jre, also, they have not taken
to realize her merit,
iss Margaret had not been a
int in Greenville but a short
^before her musical ability was
rnized, and she is now, on invi
n of the musical director, Mr.
t, accompanist for the college
astra, chorus and glee club,
is a very high honor, for it is
fticult position to rill, besides
ig much valuable time.
ie young ladies have not used
; important departments of
c alone for college recreation
enjoyment, and for the edifi'ca
of the public, but from time to
"they have cheered the hearts
?lrengthened the morale of the
er boys at camp Sevier by giv
rogrammes at the camp.
2 are always glad to be able to
word of praise to those of
field's sons or daughters who
' worthily attained eminence in
fifts with which they have been
xtture endowed and by their
efforts cultivated. j
The Town Loafer.
; the present time it seems to
hat there should not be an idle
, woman, boy or girl. But we
in town many idle people, on
me people are inclined to think
there is nothing in town for a
g man to do, no opening, no fu
ror him here. A young man
is energetic and ambitious can
? a way for himself by seizing
improving the opportunities as
come his way. It behooves
person who is physically able
d some work to do.
haps he is not included in the
age and too not forced to
but it is his duty and he owes
his country 1 to be up and
ie would find an honest occu
i and settle down to work he
no longer be found wearing
ag painful expression a loafer
is dodged by his friends and
e seems to take interest in him,
ires for his company. He is
ippy and life seems the same
thing over and over again, a day
never brings forth anything new.
While if he had a desirable position
which would give him the privilege
of seeing and knowing more of the
out-side world he would be much
His friends look upon him with
scorn, and are frequently making
harsh remarks about him. It is no
longer the excuse of the loafer that
sees nothing to do. For at the pres
ent time there is work for everyone
both old and young. And when you
are at work you are not only help
ing yourself, developing your mind
and body but you are helping your
SAVED HER FROM
ON'GE AFRAID TO EAT BE
CAUSE OF SUFFERING
GAINED 15 POUNDS.
INSTEAD OK LIVING OX BREAD AND
WATER DIET SHE NOW EATS
"I was so afraid to eat because of
the suffering food caused me, that I
had been living almost on bread
and water when I heard what a
wonderful new medicine called
Tanlac was doing for others. And
just think of it, I have been saved
from the hospital and have gained
15 pounds. " This was the earnest
declaration of Mrs. Edwin C. Shell,
of 6 Main Ave., Schenectady, N.
Y., that shows the wonderful
record this new|reconstructive tonic,
system purifier and stomachic is
"What a blessing Tanlac has
been to me," Mrs. Shell continued,
and her words have been echoed by
thousands of other men and women.
"For more than three years," said
Mrs. Shell, who is the wife of a
well known business man, "I suf
fered. When I tried to eat ordina
ry food it would not digest but
would sour and ferment and cause
gas, bloating and pains. The pains
would extend even to my chest and
I would have a feeling of suffoca
tion and shortness of breath. Some
nights I would get only two or three
honrs sleep. When the stifling
spells came I would have to sit up.
When I tried to do housework I
Notice of Bettis Academy Com
Commencement exercises of Bet
tis Academy will take place April
4 and 5. The public is cordially
The chief feature of Thursday
night will be a patriotic play en
titled, "A Soldier's Life," in which
different portrayals of a soldier's
life are given.
At eleven o'clock Friday morn
ing., April 5, the commencement ex
ercises of the Normal Department
will take place. Many of our white
friends will speak at that time.
Dr. C. T. Walker of Augusta,
Ga., will give an address at one
o'clock. His subject will be,
"Patriotism." Dr. Walker is one
of the most prominent leaders of
A, W. Nicholson, Pres.
We carry a full line of ladies hose
in all colors. Prices 75c, $1.00 and
During 1918 over 100,000 farm
ers will use their International cul
tivators for every crop that requires
cultivation. See one at Trenton
Fertilizer Co., Trenton, S. C,
would have to sit and rest every
little while. I was losing flesh and
strength every day, Oh, how mis
erable I was.
"After I had taken the Tanlac
treatment I did not have a bit more
trouble with my stomach, not even
indigestion. I could eat anything,
I slept fine and always felt good. I
did not tire out after ray work and
I could even do ray washing. With
good digestion and fine sleep I be
gan to build up right away and was
not surpriwed when I began to gain
in weight. Finally I gained 15
pounds. I am very glad to tell
everyone about. Tanlao."
Edgefield, Penn & Holstein.
Cold Springs, H. Ernest Quarles.
Edgefield, R. F. D. No. 2, J. H.
Johnston, Johnston Drug Com
Modoc, G. C. McDaniel.
Parksville, Robertson <fc Com
Plum Branch, J. W. Bracknell
Plum Branch, R. F. D. No. 2,
E. P. Winn & Bro.
Trenton, G. W. Wise.
A THOROUGH TEST.
3ne to Convince the Most Skeptical
The test of time is the test that
jo u nts.
Doan's Kidney Pills have made
heir reputation by effective action.
The following case is typical.
Edgefield residents should be con
The testimony is confirmed-the
Testimony like this cannot be ig
Mrs. K. L, Lowe, Edenfield, says:
I received great benefit from use
Our new sprir
are ready to tah
Our line of w<
etc., will please
Our stock of r
where you will
make up this irr
We are duly
I with 25 cents,
inp; Doan's Kidney Pills. I ara glad
to endorse them at this time. My
back bothered me for months. I
was weak and all run down. I
knew my kidneys were at fault and
I began using Doan's kidney Pills.
Doan's soon gave me quick and
The above statement was given
April 12, 1911 and on February 7,
1918 Mrs. Lowe said: "Doan's j
Kidney Pills have proved fine when
I have had occasion to use them. 1
am glad to again recommend them.
I haven't had to take a kidney med
icine in a long time."
Price GOc. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
ig stock is now cor
:e care of your need
ish goods, consisting
and colored lawns,
the most fastidious.
lotions is most con
find the many thi
When you have 16 ?
a $5.00 War Sa\
get DoanYKidney Pills-the same
that cured Mrs. Lowe, Foster-Mil
burn Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
FOR SALE-A yoke of well
broken oxen, and some very fine
Iron Clad peas. S, E, Morgan,
Edgefield, S. C.
Webber 82 Long-Staple Cotton.
A lot of 60 odd baies sold at John
ston last week for 40 cents. A few
bushels of seed unsold-?2.00 a
bushel, cash with order.
P. N. Lott,
Johnston, S. C.
nmg in, and we ?
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organdy, voiles, <
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