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Silks in Messaline, Georgette and Crepe-de-Chine
Prices-Real yalue $3.50, at
WE FIND IT
WASH SILKS-JAP SILKS
ki all shades, $t.50 values, at
Pays to Offer Extra Values
The past six weeks has been the busiest in the history of business this time of the year. Merchants are complaining about dull! business on account o? the cold spring,
but we have gone right on with our special offerings every week, putting on real values on our bargain counter, and therefore we are getting the business Small profits
and a large business is our system. We always believe in sharing our profits with our customers. . '
Pri?es Mentioned are Only Good Until 15th of this Month
35 dresses in Georgette and Taffeta
$59.50 values at_$29.00
$39.50 values at_$19.00
$29.00 values in messaline at_$15.50
Voile dresses up to $17.50 at_$ 7.50
$6.00 Georgette waists at_._$3.75
$7.50 Georgette waists at_$4.50
$10.50 Georgette waists at_$6.75
$2.50 Voile waists at_$1.90
$1.90 Voile Waists at_$1.00
$9.50 white satin at_$5.50
$5.50 white skirts at_$3.75
$12.50 all wool serge at_$8.50
$10.50 all wool serge at_$7.50
50 pieces of ribbon all eoiors, 75c values^at_49c
A few coat suits to close out up- to $60.00 at_$29.50
20 pieces of new voiles just arrived, in beautiful de
signs. $1.50 values at 4??i_85c
200 pair of ladies' p?mns,,r4aciLor brown, high or low
heel, prices up to $10.50 at._$6.50
75 middy suits in white and colors?. $8150 value at $?.75
50 middy suits made: of gphfd:. quality/ o? poplin in all
shades, $17.50 value at_$8150
150 pair of ladies^ pumps-w?3i silver* Buckle, Bogil or
half heel. $7.9fc values at_$4.50
300 pair of mente; oxfords) black or cftrjcolatej, price
ranging from igl&OO to $12.00,. but wes have nought
them from drummers' samples andi ace: offering
any of them as?long as they last, for-_$7.75
WH?TE EMBROIDERY DRESSES!
A large stock of children's, andi misses'' white- erfrbraid
ery dresses prices^ranging from: __ ^.5DJ to-^12150)
Five hundred men's suits of all this season's goods. You will find rn theme some of the snappiest patterns of this season. Prices raffling . $1T.50> up t?>$59iQ8l. afc at
saving from $10.00 to $20.00 on your nice suit, as we are compelled to reduce-our stock.' A large shipment of Palra Beach and Mohair Jiore just-anrivedi
MILLINERY! A complete stock of Ladies' and Misses' Hats Alwafs om Hani
News From Red Oak Gron
1 The business meeting of the W.
S. was held last Sunday after Sum
/school. Several of the members rn;
ing goodly payments on their pied]
to 75-Million Campaign.
These meetings are very essent
?in .as much as they help to keep
?intenest in regard to financial stai
;ing of .our society. Our faithful pre
.dent, Mrs. Zelphia Thurmond, whc
.health continues very feeble, was f
nutted to be present and in her usi
'way expressed desire that we fail ii
".to attend and encourage the mei
. hers to try *to be .present.
As the leisure of mid-summer w
?soon be here we trust the B. Y. P.
will get in some encouraging woi
Miss Mamie Bussey, the leader, wi
.her assistant, Mrs. Mellie Dow, w
greatly appreciate the hearty co-o
oration of the young people alor
this particular line.
Just now the Mission Study cia
is in session during which time tl
B. Y. P. U. work will be encourage
also. The class will meet at Red Os
Grove on 19th of June, carry lune
and have, we feel sure, a day full <
study but profitable and uplifting.
The Y. W. A.'s at the last meetin
decided to have at least one socii
meeting each month during the sun
mer which was suggested by Mis
Mamie Bussey, and heartily approve
of by all present. Plans for same wi
be decided later. We approve ver
graciously of anything that has
tendency to unite and bring togethe
our young people in a manner tha
is uplifting and helpful.
Our weekly prayer meetings whic
are being held on Saturday night ar
really growing and broadening
Each meeting seems to have its owi
attraction and interest, being con
ducted through an executive commit
tee which is appointed weekly. Ol
last Saturday night Mr. Henry Tim
merman, son of Mr. 0. 0. Timm er
man presid?d. We also mention Ro;
Bailey, Clifford Dow and Glenn Bus
sey ,all these being boys though the:
acquit themselves like men, doinj
their part with ease and dignity.
These things are so helpful not on
ly to the young men themselves bu:
their parents are made to rejoice t<
Jiave their boys and girls trained in i
manner that means much to them ir
life to come. We all need as nevei
before, to read our Bibles more and
study them that we may become in
telligent Christians and learn God's
will concerning ourselves and the
government of this great world of
sin and unrest, that some the snares
and nets may be at least be set to
naught by our having equipped the
young people with the knowledge of
The Red Hill school closed June
4th. The teachers, Mr. Cogburn and
Misses Timmerman and Middleton
had a real treat in store for all who
were so fortunate as to attend.
At this season of the year our
hearts and minds live much in the
.veil wishes of our schools and col
leges. The greatest asset of our coun
try is the boys and girls, for soon
they will-be standing for the right
and wrong of the welfare of America
and the world, so to speak.
Good wishes to the Advertiser.
News From Cleora.
After a few days of seasonable
weather the cotton is looking a little
better. It has had a hard struggle to
live and some has failed to even do
this. Our grain crops are fairly good
and wc have good stands of corn,
but like cotton, is late and small.
Mr. C. M. Williams has been right
sick but is better now. He went to
Augusta last week for an operation
but the doctors advised him not to do
Miss Eugenia Mims spent last
week with her sister, Mrs. L. R.
We organized a cotton growers as
sociation at the school house last
week with the following officers: L.
R. Brunson, Sr., President; A. L.
Brunson, Jr., vice-president; Homer
Williams, secretary and treasurer.
We have 12 orl5 members now and I
think we will have a good, live asso
ciation, with a good, big membership
as soon as the busy season is over.
I think our people begin to realize it
is our only salvation as every other
class of people/are organized but the
Miss Pattie Thomasson is visiting
her sister ,Mrs. A. L. Brunson, Jr.
The Brunson school closed the last
of May. The trustees have elected
Miss M. L. Long from Saluda to
teach the primary room again anoth
er term but haven't secured a prin
cipal yet. -
Miss Alma Williams is at home
from Plum Branch where she has
been teaching for 2 or 3 yearsi.
MissJennie Lou Cheatham spent
last week with her father, Judge B.
W. Cheatham. She is improving sat
isfactorily from an operation at. the.
Greenwood hospital and will soon be
able to resume her duties as stenog
rapher at the Plum Branch: Bank..
We were glad to see. how willing
ly our people signed the pledge guar
anteeing the salary of a government
cotton grader for Edgefield. county.
I hope the committee appointed for.
this purpose, succeeded in getting,
Misses Eugenia and Lina. Branson
are at home for the vacation after
graduating at the Edgefield High
"Uncle Ive" must be swamped in.
the grass as he hasn't written lately.
We hope he has entirely recovered
from his rheumatism. We are in
hopes of meeting him at the Edge
field association in September, as it
is at Parksville, hi's old home. We
may want to. swap him a conveyance,
again for a night's lodging, as we did
at the association at the Grove..
Mr. Jeff Shirley bought a Ford
last week from Mr. Donald Smith.
They are getting pretty numerous
up here. Think several more have the
Ford fever but it hasn't fully devel
/"Uncle Nick" Griffis has been right
sick for some time but was able last
week to visit his daughter, Mrs. Mc
Manus, at Edgefield.
R. F. Erwin Regarding His Troubles
"A year ago last winter I had an
attack of indigestion followed by bil
iousness and constipation. Seeing
Chamberlain's Tablets so highly rec
omemended for stomach troubles I
bought a bottle of them and they
helped me right away" writes R. F.
Erwin, Peru, Ind. If you have any
trouble with your digestion give
these tablets a trial. They will do you
I am agent for Coggins Marble
Company, Canton, Ga. Can furnish
any design wanted in marble or
A, E. WOODWARD,
Johnston, S. C., R. F. D. No. 2.
Mr. Wallace W. Wise, announces!
this week that he is a candidate for I
! re-election as magistrate.- of his dis
! trict. He was rendered very efficient
'service in this capacity and his
friends, will, take- delight, in. casting;
their ballots for him again. Evil
! doers have the punishment meted out.
to them according to the degree of
the crime in his court.
Nov.- is the Time. to. Get Rid. c? Your I
If you. are troubled with, chronic:
or. muscular rheumatism, buy a bottle
of Chamberlain's Liniment and mas
sage the affected parts twice a day
with. it. You. are certain, to be very
much benefitted by it if not actual
ly cured. Try it
FOR SALE: Two extra good Jer
sey cows, fresh to pail..
J. W. OJIARLES,
Edgefield, SL C.
CANDIDATES shonld advertise in
the Aiken Journal and Review to
reach, the people of Western Caro
lina. Display rate- 25c. Send one dol
lar bill and receive paper until Dec.
1st. Largest circulation in Aiken
Journal ajad Review,
Aiken, S. C.
FOR SALE: An electric motor,
pump, pump-jack, belting, pipe and
water tank. Will sell at half price.
MRS. M. E. BARKER.
I hereby announce that I am a
candidate for re-election as magis
trate of the 2nd magisterial district
of Edgefield county and pledge my
self to abide the result of the Demo
cratic primary election.
WALLACE W. WISE. .
TIMBER FOR SALE
I have about two million feet of
pine and oak timber that I will sell
on the stump. Those desiring timber)
chould see or communicate with me.
A. R. BROADWATER,
Cleora, S. C.
AIIPl'l ?11'? IS THE OWLY
GENUINE ARNSCA SfiLP
Lease Far National J2emocrat
Hon. N. G. Evans leaves this .week
for the National Democratic conven^
ti OTT in. Calif amia, ace ompanying him
are Ex. Gov. and Mrs. John Gary
Evana, and tlteir daughter, Miss Vio
tpria Evans of Spartanbnxg and Mis
Mary Evans of Edgefieid.
Nicholson Land at Auctions..
The Atlantic Coast:. Realty Com
pany and the Davis Realty Company
announce that they MCLII sell at aucr
tion, Wednesday, June 16, the Dar
lington or Nicholson land, now own
ed by W. P. Fowlerrand sons? four
miles from Edgefieid on the. Dixie
Highway. This larga;tract will Tie sub
divided, making a mwnber of attract
ive small : farms ; very ? desirably Locat
ed. A brass bani will furnish, music
for the. occasion and. af rae barbecue
dinner will be served. Attention is di
rected ta the page: advertisement in
For Countv. Commissioned.
Mr. Sam. Agiler,.a stteling. citizen
of thee western, side of tile county, an
nounces, his candidacy- this we.ek for
the office of county commissioner.
Mr. Agner is a mair, who attends
strictly and alosely to his own af
fairs and doss not meddle in the af
faira, of others.. If . chosen hy the peo
ple for this, office he will devote the
same, attention to public duty as he
dues, to his privat* business. ' < >
THE FARMERS BANK
OF EDGEFIELD, 5. C.
Capital] and Sufptut Profits - - - $190,000.00
Total Resources Over - - - * - $800,000.00
SAFETY AND SERVICE IS WHAT WE
OFFER TO THE PUBLIC
Open vour account with us for the year 1990. Invest youF
savings in one of our Interest Bearing Certificates of
lack boxes for re*t in which to keep your valuable pa
All business matters referred to us pleasantly and carefully
handled. We Solicit. Your Business.
We are now ready to serve meals at all hours, day or night.
We invite the public to give us a trial. That is all we ask,
being confident that we can render service that will please.
We have a first-class cook and everything is served in the
best possible manner.
Next Door to Smith-Marsh Company