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.WEDNESDAY, NOV. 22,19U5.
Col. S B. Mays and^apt. John
:"Rw Blocker' worshipped in the
v; j >* Edgefield. Baptist church on.Sun
: - day last.
Mr. Ira Carson, Miss Josie Mob
; ley, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mays wer?
guests of Mr? a?d Mrs* W. E.
Lott on Sunday last.
Miss Virginia -Addison spent
several days last week with rela
tives and friends in Augusta.
, ySaqs.- 0. Sheppard,-E. H. Folk.
^J?. S. Tompkins and P. Wells
* are in attendance upon court iu
, Saluda; this week.
Miss Rhett Sheppard will en
tertain at. cards at ber elegant
home OD Thursday evening in
honor of Miss Juliet Henry of
: . Greenville.
Mrs. Charlotte S. Guerard, ac
companied by Miss Helen King
and children of Mr. and Mrs.
y David Strother, spent Friday last
Fresh Buckwheat and New Crop
Syrup just received. ?
G. L. PENN &SO&
Dr. J. S. Byrd, ?dgefield's popu
lar young dentist, has entirely re
gained his strength and is now at
- his office all of the time, in fact
he resumed his regular office hours
early la?t week.
? The Edgefield delegation to the
jsaptist Woman's Missionary
Union which was held in Ben
?jj inettsville last week succeeded in
capturing the Union for Edgefield
Leggett's Fine Boasted Coffee
15 to 30 cents per pound at
Here is a good remedy to pre
vent a cold: When you feel that
^; a cold is coming on put ten drops
of camphor in a glass of hot water
and drink OP going to bed. It
taken at the start the cold will
Mrs. Julia A. Folk has cometo
reside permanently in Edgefield.
r iHer time will be divided between
1 he homes pf Capt. E. H. Folk and
Mrs. Lizzie H. -Folk, the major
? portion being.spent with the lat
ter. Th i s good woman is being
Wf guarantee tires on all Mitch
ell Wagons to run 4 years without
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
The moet trifling actions that
^?icti?nj^, \o he legardtcL , The
sound, of your hammer at five in
the morning or nine at night,
heard by a creditor, makeB him
easy six months longer; but if he
sees you at a billiard table or
hears your voice in a saloon when
you" should be at work, hu sends
; for his mouey the next day;
.Fresh Prunes, Figs, Malaga
; Grapes, Evaporated P\-aches and
PRESCRIPTIONS our special
ty. We solicit your Prescriptions,
dav or. night.
WE GUARANTEE pure drugs,
accurate compounding, and rea
; sonable prices.
W. E. LYNCH & CO.ll
FOR SALE: 500 bushels of
Toole Cotton Seed. They have,
be?n carefully ginned and can be
relied upon as-perfectly pure.
D. P. SELF,
Plum Branch, S. C.
We defy competition ou Rugs
and Art Squares. Ours are beauties
and are very cheap.
RAUSEY <k JONES.
FOR RENT : The house which
. fctitil recently was occupied by
Mr. 0/E, Mpy. Good well, pasture,
tenant house and seventeen acres
of land adjoining. Apply to Mr.
C. E. May, br H. J. Forrest^
Just received a car each of Rock
'Hill, Hackney and Chase City
buggies, also a car otold Hickory
wagon8. We are in a position to
make vary close prices.
RAMSEY & JONES.
??L. & ii. Paint. Lead and Zinc.
Wears 10 or 15 years. Saves paint
L. ? M. costs about $1.20 per
gallon. Sold.by.G. L. Penn & Son.
Ask-Dr. Prescott what bis wife
" thinks of Mack's Leader Stoves. ?";
Edgefield Mercantile. Company
SILK SALE.: Will close out
3.6 pieces silk now on hand at N.
Y. cost to make room for new
stock Bilk.'> . i
JAS. E. HART.
- Heinta's.: Celebrated Mixed
Pickles in barrels at our store.
G. L. PENN & SON.
The - Go?dsbor?, McFarland,
Taylor, Can nady and Babjoek
Buggies are still going down the
road anead of all others.
Edgefield Mercantile' Company.
Call and sea our beautiful' as
sortment of. pictures ' before tb.6y
?ave been picked over.
. RAMSEY & JONES.
Have you seen the large assort
ment of Perfumery and Toilet
'c.-, ; ?. ?. ._. :. -; y:.-...v
ft?ol.,J;' H. Tillman V?eavee ?
Thursday of this week for Gaine
ville, Fla,, where he goes to re
..resent a client in a homicide eas
He will be absent about ten day
iVlr. James A.- Dozier, the po]
ular manager of J. B. White
Bhoe departmen*, was among - tl
visitors to ISdgefi?ld on Sunda
last* S.e.. was accompanied b
sweet little Alleen Smith,
Mr. E. N. DeVore, one of th
leading merchants . and foremot
business men, of'Ninety Six. ws
in Edgefield on Tuesday
honored the Advertiser with a cal
On Saturday laBt Mrs. Mane
Lawton's Edgefield relatives an
friends were greatly alarmed b
the intelligence that she was agai
at death's door. Miss Marie Abne
left at once to be at her bedside
Later messages, we are happy t
chronicle, state that she has greal
ly improved and is doing nicely
Mr.;E. W. Samuel ii> the Iocs
ag?nt for the "Rapid Fire" ha
press which is manufactured ii
Macon, Ga. He has" one of th
presses on exhibition in fronte
his shop at the old. Gray stables
It 18 simple in design and we]
constructed-there being'no com
plicated machinery about it toge
out of adjustment. If you contem
plate buying ? press call on Mi
Samuel . He will take pleasure ii
showing you how the "Rapid Fire
shoots out theAbales "bf hay.
We simpiy.do not propose to b
undersold. We are ready to servi
you and ask and examination o
our Furniture, Stove*, Vehicles
Edgsfield Mercantile Company
Capt. N. G. Evans, Col. J. H
Tillman and Hon. J. Wm. Thur
mond attended court in Salud*
last week as attorneys for Seuatoi
Bl?ase who killed Mr. Joe Bei
Coleman, the legal lights fron
Edgefield aided very material!]
in defeating the motion , for i
chauge of venue. The case wai
continued until the next termo:
It is with pleasure that we an'
nounce that' Edgefield. is soon t<
have another resident minister
Rev. Royall Shanoonhouse, s
native of North Carolina but ai
present a resident of Union, S. C,
has been chosen as. rector of th?
Episcopal. church of our town
and will also serve the ohurcbei
at Trenton aul Ridge Spring. Hil
family, which consists of a wifc
and oue child, will accompany
him to Edgefield.
L. & M. Paint. Lead and zin(
non-cbalkable. Wears and coven
like gold. Sold by G. L. Penn &
Without waiting to see what thc
other merchants are going to do
Mr. W. H. Turner requests us tc
annouuee to the public thai thc
Gorner Store will be closed OE
Thanksgiving day, Thursday-thc
W<? Unuafcl-bnA tM of.JAc
other merchants will not only- dc
likewise but will come to a decis
ion in time to let the public know
that from a - business standpoint
there will be "nothing doing" ir
Edgefield on the day that has verj
wisely been set apart for thanks
Wear the Warren suspender. F0]
C, E. MAY'S
The people of Modoc have theil
heads bowed and are heavy-heart
ed over the departure of Mr. and
Mrs. P. R. Watesand their famil)
from their midst. These good peo
ple, who are beloved by everybody
wherever they are known, moved
to "Edgewood" last Wednesday.
Mr. Wates will personally conduct
a large farm besides looking aftei
the business of Mr. B R. Tillman,
Jr., while the latter is in Washing
ton. Mr. and Mrs Wates were at
tracted to Edgefield chiefly on
account of ourspleudid education
al advantages. The coming among
us of such people whose life and
influence are a positive force foi
good means much to our commu
nity. Little wonder then that they
are being received with open armE
and open hearts.
FOR RENT: Two five-mom
houtes. One available in Decem
ber,, the other January the 1st,
' _J. L. MiMS.(
Product Ot Mills.
The product in one day of the
mills of the Longman & Martinez
great work is enough to paint
every house and everything made
of wood in a city, with the L. & M.
In use thirty years; several mil
lion houses painted with L. & M.
L. & M. costs about $1.20 per
The L. & M. Paint is the best
and cheapest, because the L. &
M. Zinc, hardens the L. & M.
White Lead, and makes it paint
more surface and wear for a long
er time than any other paint.
L. & M. costs about 1.20 per
It only requires 4 gallons of
this cehd?Tated paint and 3gailous
of Linseed Oil at 60 cts. ppr gal
lon gto paint a moderate sized
ho ase..Therefore a property-own
er ought not pay $1.50 per gallon
for Linseed Oil, which he must
do when a ready-for-use paint is
h. & M. costs about $1.20 per
Sold by G. L. Penn & Son.
For your Fruit Cake come to UB
for fresh Seeded Raisins, Currants
It makes no difference what ?he
merits of a wngon are. You can
find one as good or better. Try a
Mitchell or Owensboro,
EnoEFiELD MERCANTILE CO.
L. & M. Paint cont only $1.20
a gallon. Seven gallons pah ts' a
moderate size house. Sold by G.
-L. Penn. & Son .
AU of the daiioaciee of the
son oan be found at the s to.
Messrs. Ti m m on s Bros. T
gentlemen not only carry a 1
and well selected stock of d
but carr}' also a line of ii
groceries thai would do cred
any city store. If Mr. Timn
should hot hay? what you v
he will get it for you ?if it cai
had -in this country.
In the fable we are told
'goose that laid golden eggs, bi
strikes ns that now-a-days chic
hens also lay golden eggs-1
is, when they lay at all. Unfo
nately, the Advertiser's hens
long to the never-laying breed
is only November and yet eggs
as dear as if they were gold, p
gold, highly refined gold.
Christmas we know that they '
be studded with diamonds
rubies and pearls of great pric<
Now is the time to buy sh
Get my prices before buying. (
Bave you money.
C. E. M in
Edgefield is soon to have
other brick livery stable. Mr. V\
lace C. Tompkins has pureba
from Mr. D. A. Tompkins a lol
I the rear of Timmons Bros. d
store and will erect thereoi
brick stable. Ground will
broken about December the
and the work will be pus!
rapidly until completed. rj
building will be 40 feet by
feet, well constructed and c
venieutly arranged. Mr. T.
Paul will superintend the w<
for Mr. Tompkins.
Mince-meat in buckets also
cents packages, at
The following from the Gaffe
News serveB to enow how worthl
and dishonest are some of the p
pie who conduct carnivals, ai
furthermore, it should cause th<
who receive transient boarders
be cautious as to whom they g
"bed and board'':
"The carnival is gone, and soi
of our people, who were ince
si derate enough to allow some
its 'nice lookiug' people to bos
with them while in Gaffney, e
that some of their over-coals, p
lows, bed quilts and looking glai
es are gone with them."
We have just received t
largest stock of Rockers, Din i
Chairs and Dining Tables ev
brought to this market.
RAMSEY & JONES
Should you drive through
Augusta to carry produce of ai
kind to market make Parks' wag<
yard your stopping haadquartei
Mr. R. J. Parks-better knov
to the Edgefield people as Jasp
Parks-is the courteous ai
.obliging proprietor, ile will affo
you every accommodation pos?
ble. Stop there once and yon wi
always leave your teams in h
Just received fresh supply See
ed Raisins, Currants Citron, Nm
W.E. LYNCH & CO.
See our new Raye Crepe fla
nels for waists before you buy. A
of the new shades.
4 Gals. L. & M. Paint and
gals, oil co3t about $8 50 and wi
paint moderate sized house.
Sold by G. L. Penn & Son.
A western editor has come
the conclusion that those desiri]
"puffs" in his paper muBt pay f
them and bas established the fe
lowing schedule of prices : F
telling the public that a man is
successful citizen when everyboe
knows he is lazy as a governmei
mule, $2.70; referring to a d
ceased cit i zen'aa one who is mour;
ed by the entire community wht
we know he will only be missed t
a poker circle, $10.13; refer? ing
some galavanting female as an e
timable lady whom it is a pleasu:
to meet, when every business ma
in town would rather see the dev
coming, $8.10; calling an ordin
ry pulpit pounder an eminent d
vine, sixty cents ; sending a dougl
ty sinner to heaven, $'5.
WARNING: Arthur Glover,
boy 16 years old, bas left me witt
eut permission. When a sma
child he was given to me by b
mother, [Caroline Hood, and
hereby forbid anyone from hiri?
Prescott, S. C
FOR SALE: Two-horse cai
riage in good condition. To
heavy f jr one horse is why offere
for sale. Apply at the college t
F. N. K. BAILEY
Don't pay .$1.50 a gallon for o:
because labeled mixed paint. 0
only costs 60 cts. a gallon. Bu
L. & M. Paint, and add oil. J
makes paint cost $1.20 a gallon
Sold by G. L. Penn & Son.
A large assortment of all width*
colors and styles of Picture Mold
ing just received ?t
. TIMMONS BROS.
I Fay positively that there is n
better line of clothing in Edgefiel
and that I can not be undersold
Give me an opportunity to prov
what I say.
If you are looking for chair
that are nicely finished low i:
price and comfortable, youshoul
by all means call at store of
Edgefield Mercantile Company
We have just received a fresl
shipment of Nunnally's Caudie
G. L PENN & SON.
Ask Bob Griffith what he think
of th? Taylor Cannady Buggy
Then ask Hugh Quartos about^th
"lt Did Th? Work."
. We published,a little notice for
'. Mr. 8. B. Nicholson in two issues
1 of the Advertiser in which heiad
: vertised three milch cows for sale.
A few days, ugo Mr. Nicholson
stopped us on the street and said :
.'You can stop that 1 ittle ad vertise
ment-it did the work." Wheo you
have anything for sale place an
advertisement in our columns. It
will do the work for you as it did
for Mr. Nicholson. . O
Two Young Ladies Complimented:
Capt. and"Mrs. S. M. Rice, en
tertained at cards on Friday even
ing at their delightful home in
Buncombe in compliment to Miss
Florrie Morrall and her friend,
Mies Juliet Henry, of Greenville.
Every detail and arrangement of
this charming reception was
characterized by rare taste and
elegance*. The queenly hostess on
this occasion, as on many others,
received and entertained her.
guests with becomiug ease and
grace. The score of tnt evening
awarded the first lady's prize to
Miss Fannie Sheppard, the first'
gentleman's prize to Mr. Jno. L.
Addison, and the visitor's prize to
Miss Henry, the beautiful belle of
the Mountain City. After the card
contest was over all present were
regaled with a del'ghtful luncheon/
College Journal to be Issued.
Ths students of tho S. C. C. I.
will issue again their old maga
zine, but under the new name, of
"S. C. C. I. Journal."
The new magazine will be larger,
and in more beautiful covers than;
the old one.
Those wishing to subscribe had
better do -so at ance, as only, a
limited number will be. printed,
and nearly one third of that num
ber has a; ?ady bepn listed.
Mr. M. .. Woodward willre
ceive si ciiptions and mail
copies to ? address.
Thc fol. ng staff has been
elected by J college students to
serve on tbi . magazine:
Editor-iu-C-ief : M. G. Wood- ,
ward. Business Managers: C E.
Crosby and F. W. H?lse Jr. Lit
erary Editors: Mr. Dozier Lynch. I
and Miss Burda Long. Local j
Editors: Mr. Charles Black, Miss
Josie Sheppard and Misa Laura
Smith.. Alumuae-Alumni: Miss
Leila Boles and Miss Corrye
Poore. Athletic Dep't: Miss Liz
zie Bunch and Mr. John. Black.
Exchange Dep't: Mies Lily Mae
Bailey and Jas. Sheppard.
Crowning Social Event of The Sea
Decidedly the most delightful
social event of the season was-the
Rainbow Party, given by Mr. and
Mrs. John R. Tompkins on Mon
day evening in compliment to
their sister, Miss Ruth Harris, who
is beautiful and talented, and with
al very lovable. "Uncle" John was
never gayer or younger in his
life than on this occasion, and the
charming hostess gave abundant,
evidence of how shohas mastered1,
the difficult art of ent* rtaining. T a.
chief feature of ?amusement, one
which all present enjoyed with uur~
usual zest, was the "Mother Goose"
. contest. The gentleman's priz-"1,
a beautiful fat1, was wou by Mr.
Joe Gordon Holland, who present
id it to M?88 Harris. The lady's
prize, a very handsome bouquet,
was awarded to Miss Virginia Ad
dison. After the contest had end
ed delightful ices, bonbons and
cako were served.
57 inch Suiting in black, green,
navy, brown and gray at 50c per
C. E. MAY.
Oatmeal, Grape Nuts, Force and
Postum just received at
m w ?
-That's what a prominent
druggist said of Scott's.
Emulsion a short time;
ago. As a rule we don't
use or ref er to testimonials
in addressing the public,
but the above remark and
similar expressions are
made so often in connec
tion with Scott's Emulsion
that they are worthy of
occasional note. From
infancy to old age Scott's
Emulsion offers a reliable
means of remedying im
proper and weak develop
ment, restoring lost flesh
and vitality, and repairing
waste. The action o? j
Scott's Emulsion is no
more of a secret than the
composition of the Emul
sion itself. What it does
Undoes through nourish
ment-the kind of nourish
ment that cannot be ob
tained in ordinary food.
No system is too weak or
delicate to retain Scott's
Emulsion and gather good
from it i
We will scad you ?
Bt t? c thit thia ptcturt In th?
foftn of ? label b 00 tnt wwfptf
of cr cr j bottle of EmuUion pw
scon & BOWNE
40? Pearl SwN.Y.
50c. and St: afliroggMfc
Fresh supply of Lowney's Can
dies in packages and bulk.
. TXMMONS BROS.
Cream of Tartar
Food made with alum
baking powder carries alum
to the stomach unchanged.
Scientists have positively
demonstrated this and th at
such food is partly indi
gestible and unhec thful.
Farmers Institute at Trenton.
\ There will be a Farmers' Ineti
tute at Trenton on November 23rd
Prof. J. N. Harper and Prof . C. L
Newman, directors of agriculture
al; Clemson Colleee. will conduct
the Institute. They will have aD
exhibit car from Clemson with
them and some of the best speakers
ju the country is ' invited tobe
present and get the benefits of thie
meeting. Exercises will begin at
0 :30 o'clock at the Academy.
Just received Fresh Citron, Cur
rants, and Raisins.
G.L. PENN & SON.
823 Broad Street.
W. B. YOUNG, - - - P'ssWcnt
J. G. WEIGLE, - ... Cashier
SAVINGS ACCOUTS SOLICITED
Interest Faid ou Deposits,
JANUARY AND JULY,
Rate 4% .
For fresh ' Prunes, Figs and
Dates come to our store.
G. L. PENN & SON.
We aro headquarters for fresh
fruits such as Oraages, Apples,
Bananas, Cccoanuts etc.
Take Peon's Bitters for the
liver. There is nothing better.
G. L. PENN & SON.
Our Iron Reds
mired by all who ha
prices very reasona
x A big assortment ol
comforts just recei
mak^ypu prices befe
Don't buy a Buggy until you
have seen our "Watertown" tqjir
rive in a few days. __ ~
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE Co.
Hams Lithia and Glenn
Springs Water always on hand at
"Knabe & Co." Square Grand \
original coet $550.00. well care*
for and in good condition
"Decker Bros." Square piano, j
condition, splendid tone, origil
price $500.00, present price,
A "Sterling" Upright piano, bi
out on rent for three months, t
priced at $450.00, to go for
A handsome "Stultz & Bauer"
piano, case slightly marred
ping, price ehould be $400.00, :
An organ bargain : "Newmau
Chapel case, cost $75., in splec
tone and condition
A "Loring & Blake" 2-Manual
bold when new for $250., still
several years' use,
"Prompt and cf
given to all lett
and Mail Order
706-708-710 Broad Street,
I.desire to inform the lad i
that I have just received my ]
NERY. I have studied very i
I have purchased all of the new?
My line of PATTERN
HATS is very strong. I kno^
I am constantly adding ne
1 invite you to call.
We are daily opening up
Prices never so reasonabl
The quality and workman
Come and see them befor
(.po.to 18.00, Boys* from
We solicit your trade.
[j?*j^Next to post-office,
Wo have'i o stock burial robe'e
made Vin latest styleB for. men,
women and children $1.00: to $15.
00. ' [ y
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
Have, you tried our new 10 cento
Salmon. You will lik? it.
G. Li PENN & SON.
Go to the planing mill for shin
glen, no. 1 and DO. 2.
FAULKNER & CATO.
A solid car of chairs ta arrive
this week, ranging in price from
50 cents to $8.00..
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
Largest stock of Chairs ever
brought to Edgefield now on sale
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
Just received a supply of Red
Letter Bibles at very reasonable
. W. E. LYNCH & CO.
We want your trade m our line
and stand ready to match any
prices in Dry- goods, Clothing,
Shoes and Notions.
C. E. MAY.
You can't break Mitchell wagon
skeins. We guarantee them to be
sf best maleable iron.
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
Just arrived, a lot of Auburn one
horse wagons. Let us sel ly ou oue.
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
Self-rising Flour, Buckwheat,
Pulverized Sugar and all of the
?eason' a nice things can be had
itv Tiif\ . -'.
New dress goods, and new waist
lanuels inst received at
C. E. MAY.
There ie no use to send to the
iity stores or mail ordar houses
ror Wedding Presents. We have
i very large assortment of Cut
JUBS, Silverware, Cutlery, Jewel
ry and Sundry novelties that are
oo numerous to mention, all. of
vb ich wera purchased from' the
eading manufacturers of the
lountry. Let us supplyjyour needs
rte can save you money.
RAMSEY & JONES.
The Children's Favorite (
Coughs, Golds, Croup and
This remedy ia famous ?for its cares over
a large part ot the cMliSBd -world. It con
always oe depended upon. It contains no
opium or other harmful drug and may be
given as confidently to a bilby os to an adult
Price 25 ctn; Large Size, 50 eta.
ers of inquiry
s a Speoialty."
es of Edgefield and vicinity
PALL STOCK of MILLI
closely the new ? styles * and
?st and latest things.
V I can please you.
w goods to my stock.
ri I NB
our large line of fall and
e buying. Men's Suits from
,oo to 7.00. ?
L HART & CO.
Odd features in Hats.'
There are special features
in pur hat department be
cause we are not "hampered
by tradition ." We are free
from the prejudices of the
"exclusive hat store,"* there
fore you will find an unusual
variety here. '
Very Close Prices.
I have bought verv heavily of FALL and WINTER
CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS and DRY GOODS and am
too crowded. Need more room in my store. In order to
move the goods I am offering some especially LQW
PRICES on STAPLE MERCHANDISE. , p|
Now is your opportunity to make your hard-earned cash
go a long ways. We will not be undersold. We buy ;close
and sell close.
Do you need a SUIT, HAT or PAIR of SHOES ? If
so, come to us. Our goods and prices are right. 1
The lady folks are flocking to our store to get our bar
gains in DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, HATS, SKIRTS and
CLOAKS. . % , t?:$g?
Try us once and you will always come to our store to
supply your needs.
Jt3?*Come and let us show you what we have.
ADVERTISER BUILDING, - . - EDGEFIELD, 8. C.
is about complete, and we invite
? . -1.-J i- .'- - -ii ""A in_ '*.
i ii ll V 1
Get your LaundfyirP
Welcome ! Welcome ! !
" - ' - Mk
We welcome you to our store to inspect our NEW FALL GOODS.
Every department is now full.
SHOES : No better line of Shoes has ever been ihown in Edge
field, all grades and prices.
CLOTHING : Before buying see our great values in Men's and
Boys' Clothing. They can't be beat.
DRY GOODS : This department is up to our usual high stand
DRESS GOODS AND WAISTINGS: We have all of the new
weaves in these goods, also all of the popular colon.
See our Laces, Embroideries and dress Trimminga of all kinds.
A Supurb line of Silks for Waists.
Underwear from 25 cent'B up to the finest. , - -^ -%
^F"Corae to see us. The New York Racket Store will nofc br
J. W. PEAK,
Moderate Prices Servicable
WE GUARANTEE EVERY GARMENT TO GIV5
ALL AROUND SATISFACTION IN WEAR,
SERVICE AND STYLE
Examine our several hundred samples of Cheviots, Wore?
steds, Cassimeres, etc.-none better.
Overcoats and suits made from heavy-weights thet will
protect your body from chilling winds and your pocket
book from high prices. You will never fully appreciate thc
convincing worth of our garments until you have worn on?
of them-they retain their shape and appearance of new
ness during au.entire season's wear--and longer if you ns?
Ever since we started in business wa
have made standards and prices^Standardr
higher and Prices lower.
It will be a pleasure to convince you
that what we say is right. Better give u?
this opportunity-it will pay you.
G. E. MAY.
Has Stood The Test 25
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