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A saving from 10 to 15
cents on every j7ard of
cotton goods you buy
New Fall Apparel
A large shipment of
Where are the women who complain about the terribly high prices. If they are in earnest about buying they
should visit this store, where they can find a full selection of everything for less money. .
in a large variety of colors, $35.00 values, at
in navy, black and taupe, $29.50 values, at
Fifty dresses in wool serge, navy and black only.
$32.50 values, at
Thirty-five dresses in French serge. $29.50 values, at
Read This Offer
Women's $9.00 brand new fall shoes at
$5.95, and you have choice from the
very newest models in black and
Here is your chance to save big money.
We are showing the very newest and
latest styles in clothing for men and
boys. Just the models you see in
other stores priced from $10 to $20
more. Save the difference by buying
your clothing from us.
A large shipment has just arrived in black, navy,*
copenhagen and taupe. Prices up to $45.00 at
Fiftfy Broadcloth Coats with Fur or Plush collars,
real value $47.50, at
We have over 300 coat suits in
any color you want.
A large shipment of Millinery arrived this week.
The store that sells everything
New goods arriving daily,
LAW OF NATURE AT EDGE
Mr. Richard Pearson Hobson's
Masterpiece Will be Pro
duced Here for One
"The Law of Nature," will come
to the Edgefield Theatre for one per
formance, October 31. The story of
this production was written by Rich
ard Pearson Hobson, ex-Congress
man of the State of Alabama, and
has been pronounced by some of the
greatest critics as being far superior
to any story that was ever told upon
the screen. This production carries
its own special score of music and
special soloist, including the Ram
sey Quartette, where solos are intro
duced during the action of the pic
.ture. This picture recently had a run
at the Schubert Belasco Theatre,
Washington, D. C. and broke all
house records for a photo drama.
The elimination of the children un
der the age of fifteen is done so at
the request of the author and direct
or, in order to preserve quietness
thoughout the attraction. Mr. Ed
win K. Fox, who has the state right
of. the above attraction, has been
successful in securing this picture
for' thirteen Southern Ftates. The
story deals with an artist model who
?has developed ir ' n a real vampire
and entices the leading male charac
ter, Mr. Vincent Coleman, to taste
his first drop of wine. There are
many thrilling scenes and situations
throughout the above attraction. Mr.
Edward Baldwin who is the added at
traction with "The Law of Nature,"
is widely known as being a high class
entertainer by the majority of the
patrons of the leading theatres
throughout the United States, where
this production has been shown. Mr.
Baldwin, billed as the world's great
est whistler and monologist render
ing the following overtures: Poet
and Peasant, William Tell, Raymond
Overture and the Overture from
Faust. "The Law of Nature" will be
lectured upon at this performance
so as to give you the story in detail
of the affair and plaeing in your
mind all doubts as to the quality ol
the production. Congressman Hobson
is world widely known not alone as
congressman, but for the heroic deed
that he did for the country by sink
ing the Merrimac and bottling up the
Spaniards during the Spanish-Ameri
can war. 'Tis needless to tell you as
to the ability of this gentleman, as
we will leave that to your own
sound judgement. Do not forget the
the date of this picture-Edgefield
Theatre, one day only, Friday, Oc
The Celebrated Pathe Phono
We carry a full assortment of the
celebrated Pathe phonographs, prices
ranging from $32.50 up, owing to
the style of cabinet. The Pathe is
second to no other talking machine
on the market. In fact it has several
valuable features that other ma
chines do not possess. Instead of a
needle to wear out, a sapphire ball
glides over the records and repro
duces the sound. No needles to buy,
no needles to change, no needle to
wear on the record. The tone is soft
and sweet, and can be regulated as
one may desire. Come to our store
and see and hear the Pathe machine
play. Get our price, which is within
reach of all.
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
FOR SALE: One one-horse Thom
as Grain Drill, practically new, $15.
F. F. RAINSFORD.
Our up-to-date soda fountain is
increasing in popularity All of the
popular drinks served. Come in when
you are hot.
QUARLES VARIETY STORE.
Now is the time to bring yow
boys and girls and we will be glad to
fit them with the best school shoes.
The ladies are invited to avail
themselves of our rest room, provid
ed solely for the comfort of ladies
and children. A warm welcome
i awaits them.
QUARLES VARIETY STORE.
Well tailored men's suits are un
. usually attractive this fall. We have
1 a large stock of the best men's
I clothes at very reasonable prices.
? I I. MUKASHY.
Cotton Damaged by Fire.
About five oclock Friday morning
fire was discovered among the bales
of cotton on the cotton platform at
the station and it had evidently been
burning some time before it was dis
covered. The alarm was given at
once and a large number of people
gathered to offer assistance in ex
tinguishing the flames. Soon after
the alarm was sounded Mr. T. A.
Hightower arrived with his hose and
fire company and very soon they had
a large stream of water playing upon
the flames. Had it not been for Mr.
Hightower and his men the damage
would doubtless have been nearly ten
fold greater. About sixty bales^ of
cotton were damaged, about thirty
bales being nearly a total loss. The
damaged bales will be shipped to
Augusta to be picked and repacked
before being placed on the market.
It is not known how the fire origina
ted, but presumably from a cigar or
cigarette as it burner first near the
WANTED: A first-class milch cow.
R. H. PARKS,
Edgefield, S. C.
I will sell at public outcry to ftie
highest bidder at my home Saturday,
November 1, one mule eight years
old, one horse nine years old, one
horse four years old, two wagons,
one buggy, one cow, 125 bushels of
good ear corn, 1,000 bundles of fod
der and farm implements.
Colliers, S. C.
FOR SALE: One Chevrolet tour
ing car and one Ford touring car,
both in good condition.
LOST: Friday, October 17, be
tween Kirksey and Fruit Hill a man's
gray coat. Finder will please leave
at The Advertiser office.
We sell county and State hunters'
licenses. Drop in and get one while
you are in Edgefield.
STEWART & KERNAGHAN.
Seil ?'i? ?t'? SftM
Rush is Over
Now that the rush of the ginning season is
over we urge the farmers to bring in their cot
ton where they have been holding it in the seed,
and, too, owing to the very few gins in the ru
ral districts. Our gins have been giving bet
ter service and better samples this season than
ever, and we guaranteed satisfaction. We
have a capacity of 50 bales per day and will
not keep your wagon waiting. We solicit the
patronage of farmers from all rural sections.
J. G. Alford