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Extra Specials for This Week
Several reasons why you should do your shopping with us :
FIRST: We carry a larger and better selected stock than any other store around here.
SECOND: We make good every purchase you make at our store.
Every week we have new specials offered on our bargain counter. So you can always pick up something
useful for half of the price.
Goods are still going up, and some goods are hard to get at any price, but we have purchased large orders
ahead of time for future delivery, and they keep coming in every day, and we are offering them for less than
wholesale cost to-day. Visit our store and you will be astonished at the great values we are offering this season.
75 georgette and crepe-de-chine waists $6.00 and 50 young men's English suits in several different pat- One new shipment of women's skirts in bla?k and
$7.50 values, slightly soiled at terns. Real value, $39.50, special for this week navy, $12.50 and $13.50 value at
$3.95 $24150 $8.90
175 pair women's chocolate shoes, low or high heel, One special lot of womenls plush coats have just ar- One lot of boys' suits, extra nice quality, well
$9.50 value at . rived. $39.50 value at made, $17.50 and $20.00 special for this week
$5.75 $2250 $12.50
LADIES' READY-TO-VEAR DEPARTMENT
Several hundred dresses, coats and coat suits in any kind of goods and color you want. There isn't a sin
gle day that we do not receive new shipments in these departments. So if you don't find exactly what you
want one day you surely will find it the next day.
A COMPLETE LINE OF MILLINERY ALWAYS ON HAND
Just What She Needed.
"I used a bottle of Chamberlain's
Tablets some time ago and they
proved to be just what I needed,"
whites Mrs. Volta Bankson, Chilli
cothe, Mo. They not only relieved
me of indigestion but toned up my
liver and rid me of backache and
dizziness that I had been subject to
for some time. They did me a world
of good and I will always speak a
good word for them."
WHAT EDGEFIELD WANTS
The Answer Is Found in the
Statement of an Edgeneld
From week to week, from year to
year, there have been appearing in
these columns statements made by
neighbors, which we have all read
with great interest, and many of us
with great profit. But what we want
to know is, do they stand the great
est test of all-the test of time?
There is conclusive'evidence on this
point from an Edgefield man:
W. D. Dorn, Cedar Row, says: "I
can endorse Doan's Kidney Pills for
one box did me a great deal of good
when I was bothered with my kid
neys and bladder. The trouble has
never returned so I can confirm all I
have previously said in favor of
(Statement given April 12, 1911)
On February 7, 1918, Mr. Dorn
said: "I have every reason to con
tinue recommending Doan's Kidney
Pills. They cured me of a bad case of
kidney trouble some years ago."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a .kidney.remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills-the same
that Mr. Dorn had. Foster-Milburn
Co... Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
We sell county and State hunters'
licenses. Drop in and get one while
you are in Edgefield.
STEWART & KERNAGHAN.
LOST: October 13, 1919, a $50
Bill. Dropped either in The Farmers
Bank or on the streets of Edgefield.
Reward if returned to
A. W. SIMKINS,
Edgefield, S. C.
County Memorial Day.
Everybody is requested to attend
the County Memorial Services at
Edgefield on Sunday afternoon next
at 4 o'clock.
All pastors are urged to annovnce
the meeting from their pulpit? and
request attendance of their congr?
gations and communities.
Good music by orchestras, violins,
and various instruments fren John
ston, Trenton and Edgefielr
ALL SOLDIERS are ea^estly en
treated to be present.
Major W. A. Collett wll marshall
all soldiers at the meetig- Hence
kindly report to him.
LET'S MAKE THLC A DAY OF
[HISTORY FOR OURCOUNTY!
J. H. C.-NTELOU,
The Orphaia*e Day.
Since I am to bf av*y next Satur
day and Sunday, I esire to say a
word to the mercber of the Baptist
church concerning ?"phanage Work
Day. I wish I bad fie to say a per
sonal word to each*f you. But since
this is impossible, ask you to take
this as my messagto each and every
one. As you re?r*1061*? every pledge
made in the CaPfign recently car
ried to such >rious success was
made with thenderstanding that it
did not includ^at would be given
on orphanageork day- It would be
unjust to th^Phanage to do away
with work d' So I am asking you,
each one oJ?u? to make as liberal
a gift as y^311 to tne work day for
orphanage'et not one of us fail to in
do sometK- We nave been blessed, of
Let us b< Messing to the fatherless ar
and mofless who are dependent sa
upon Sn Carolina Baptists for ca
food, Fter' Mothes, education and re,
.OBERT G. LEE, Pastor.
giur large assortment of crock
|eryi glassware. You can find just
JARLES VARIETY STORE.
JR SALE: Pair of mules, two
ie wagon, buggy, mower and
.e; corn, fodder, hay and plow
CHARLIE B. LANIER,
Modoc, S. C.
Movies Monday Night.
"Huns Within Our Gates," the lat
est release of F. W. Stewart & Co.,
has been booked for the Edgefield
Opera House next Monday night.
Tis production has received a large
endorsement everywhere. This is
not a war picture. Not a uniform ap
pears in it. It deals" with the opera
tions of that class of residents of
America who, while enjoying the
privileges of our country have tried
;o undermine our government. This
Dicture never fails to please and we
rust that a large number will see it
Monday night in the Opera House.
Rural Carrier Examination.
The United States Civil Service!
Commission has announced an exam
nation for the county of Edgefield,
?. C., to be held at Sedgefield on
iovember 8, 1919 to fill the position
f rural carrier at Cleora and vacan
ies that may later occur on rural
outes from other post offices in the
bove-mentioned county. The exami
ation will be open only to citizens
'ho are actually domiciled in the
;rritory of a post office in the coun
i and who meet the other require
lents set forth in Form No. 1977.
his form and application blanks
ay be obtained from the offices
entioned above or from the United
;ates Civil Service Commission at
rashington, D. C." Applications
lould be forwarded to the Commis
on at Washington at the earliest
Admission of women to this exam
ation will be limited to the widows
U. S. soldiers, sailors, or marines
id to the wives of U. S. soldiers,
ilors and marines who are physi
lly disqualified for examination by
ason of injuries in the line of duty.
FOR SALE: Registered Big Bone
land China pigs, ready for deliv
er. Sire weighed 600 pounds at 18
Trenton, S. C.
Dn you need a Winchester Repeat
; Rifle? We carry an assortment
these rifles from .22 to .38. We al
carry the L. C. Smith and Parker
?tguns. Let us show them to you.
STEWART & KERNAGHAN.
Realty and Auction Co.
"We Give a Square Deal"
We offer our services to the people of Edgefield
and South Carolina and ask a share of their bus
iness. We will sell real estate privately or at
auction-just as you wish. We will sell your
livestock, automobiles or anything you wish to
convert into money.
Give us a trial and we will do our best for you.
Patronize home industries and help us to make
Edgefield the best County in the State and South
Carolina the best in the Union. List your prop
erty with any one of the firm.
Thanking you for your business.
The Edgefield Realty and Auction Co.
S. B. NICHOLSON, President W. A. STROM, Treasurer
J. H. NICHOLSON, Vice President CAPT. O. P. BRIGHT, Sec'y
Capt. O. P. Bright and Col. Pierce Stevens, Auctioneers