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A WORD TO THE
Mr. Victor DaitcH lias turned
his key over to me to dispose o?
his entire stock of new whiter
merchandise to be sold at prices
unheard of in Edgefield county.
It is your loss and my loss if you
fail to attend this Great Stock
Sacrificing Sale. I am known
from ?o?st to coast for my price
slashing sales. So let's get to
gether and Til be here to wel
come you arid leave an everlasting
I i E. E1CHA?DS,
HERE ARE THE FA C TS:
With bills past due and a large stock of winter merchandise, clothing and furnish
ings, shoes and hats, for ladies, gents and children on hand and thousands of dollars in
debts and creditors clamoring for their money* I- realize there .is only one course open
to save my good name arid pay all outstanding indebtedness, and that is to place my
entire stock on sale regardless of actual cost or value, realiizng that only the most dras
tic reductions, such as never before have been presented to the public^could accomplish
NOW IS THE-TIME! YOU NEED THE GOODS AND i
I NEED THE GASH. EVERYTHING MUST
BE SOLD AT ANY PRICE!
You must grasp this opportunity and save The Hub store. Don't fail to come early
Thursday, November 3rd. You know the reputation this store has for giving bargains.
Hop on the first train, automobile or wagon, or anything that will bring you here ?arly.
The earlier you get here the bigger your bargain opportunity. Your money will go
further and buy more than it ever did before; Two articles will go at the price of one.
The paralizing prices will stir the population of Edgefield for miles." Stop everything
for at least one day. Borrow the money if you haven't got it.
MOST BAFFLING MURDER IN HISTORY
OF EDGEFIELD COUNTY
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November 3rd Mr. Victor Daitch, pro
prietor, of The Hub store, was taken in
custody by R. E. Richards, sales promo
ter of New York, aft?r confessing his
murderous desire to slaughter his entire
stock of merchandise regardless of actual
cost or value.
We are going to close out our
entire stock of men's re?dy-to-wear.
,000 worth of men's suits,
f lia VA
J- uti V vy
Good, heavy denim Overalls,
coats and pants just in from New
York in both young and conserva