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Edgefield advertiser. (Edgefield, S.C.) 1836-current, December 16, 1914, Image 9

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Fdgefield, S. C.
Office No. 61.
Residence, No. 17.
Wednesday, Dec. 16.
J. T. McManus, Jr., ia suffering
from an attack of appendicitis.
Attend the meeting at the Metho
dist church Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Claud A. Parks has been ap
pointed pcbtmaster at Paxksville.
Both of the local banks will be
clused the 25th and 26th of Decem
Let all come asrain at. nicht at
7:30 to the Methodist church to the
union service. Kev. E. C. Bailey
-will preach.
Let all the people hear I~?r. R.
3d. Hammond at Edgefield Metho
dist church next Sunday afternoon
at 3:30 o clock.
A special sermon appropriate to
the time is to be preached at Tren
ton Methodist church next Sunday
morning at 11:40 o'clock.
Mr. W. W. Sheppard has been
appointed an examiner under the
government Indian service at a
.salary of $1,800 a year.
Mr. Rufus Hart is here visiting
bh pareLts, Mr. and Mrs. \V. A.
Uart. For the past y far he has been
making his home in Sparianburg.
Several communications have been j
received recently that were not ac
companied by the writer's name,
consequently we could not publish
A conference of the members of
the Baptist church will be held im
mediately afier Sunday Behool next
Sunday n.orning. A full attendance1
ii desired.
Rev. E. C. Bailey will preach
Sun-day morning in the Presbyteri
an church at 11:30 a. th. Please no
tice chance of hour fifteen minutes
later, and be on time.
Mayor A. H. Corley has stated
that the ordinance prohibiting
fireworks will be rigidly en
forced. He is right. Everything j i
pos-ible should be done to prevent,
a Christmas conflagration.
Weare receiving good reports j
from the prohibition petitions that'
are being circulated in the county. !
Do not neglect to put your name
on one of them. After the victory
has b?en woo you should be able to
say that you had a part in it.
Mr. A. A. Edmunds narrowly es
caped a serious accident a few
.nights ago. The chimney on a lamp
in his home broke and he made an
effort to blow oat the lamp. The
flame was blown down in the oil
-which caused the lamp to explode.
Ur. Edmunds eye brows were burn
ed and he came near having his eyes
seriounly injured. Me advises people
to be careful how they attempt to
**blow out a lamp."
He will display his
Handkerchiefs, Glov
Toys and Doll Babies
Come in and make y
-?CT MI.MIMI M M ii uni a mam
Auditor J. R. Timmerman pub
lishes a notice this week calling: at
tention lo the law which forces him
to put a penalty on all taxes not
pam by the first of January. This
is not optional with Mr. Timmer
man: the la tv forces him to put on
the penalty.
Dr. J. S. Byrd" spent Sunday in
Colombia with Mrs. I>yri who is
still in the hospital. She will be re
moved to the home of her parents
Mr. and Mrs. John Fitzraausice in
about 10 days.
Our young; friend Aldi ich Cheat
ham had the misfortune to lose on<
nf his fine pair of bay horses, the
pair that used to attract so much
atteniion al the county fair. The
young; horse, fell dead while hitched
to the buggy, apparently wkhom
being; sick at all.
Mrs. Raymond Rogers, nee Mj?j?
Josie Sheppard, has arrived tc
spend th i holidays with her mother.
Mrs. Ida Sheppard. Mrs. Rogen
has been affectionately greeted bj
her Edgefield friends.
Is invited to make our store his
Edgefield headquarters.
We have purchased a very large
stock of goods for the holiday season
and invite our friends to call to see
Dolls, Toys and Novelties of all kinds,
with prices in keeling with low cotton.
Large stock of candy fresh by ex
press; also all of the tropical fruits.
Let? us supply your Christmas needs.
Come in to see us.
/Ti '
Collett & Mitchell
M 1
Christmas Shopping
You are invited to inspect our
line of China Ware, Cut Glass, Pic
tures, Books, Dolls, Toys, etc. We
have useful gifts for every mem
ber of the family.
W. E. Lynch & Co,
i goods in our store,
es, Ties, Hosiery, etc
3 for the children,
rour selections.
.ry Goods, Underwear, Etc.
Edgefield, S. C.
We Will Begin a Special Cut Pri?e Sale On
To be Continued Until we Reduce our Stock for our Annual
Inventory on January 1st
All 10-cent Ginghams and Outings for 8 cents the yard
AU 6 1-4 cents Calicoes for 4 1-2 cents the yard
All 50-cent Fancy Dress Goods for 39 cents the yard
All $1.00 and $1.25 Dress Goods for 89 cents the yard
25-cent Poplins and Foulards for 17 1-2 cents the yard
25-cent Silks to go for 15 cents the yard
15-cent Kimono, fleeced, for 10 cents the yard
60-cent Table Damask to go for for 43 cents the yard
$1.00 Table Damask to go for 69 cents the yard
Our Entire Line of Blankets to go for 25 Per Cent. Off
50 pairs of. Shoes to go for $1.00 per pair .
A large lot of Shoes to for $1.50 per pair
Special Cut in Prices Throughout Our Shoe Department
One lot of Jeans Pants for 89c. a pair $1.50 Jeans Pants for $1.19 per pair
All Boys' Pants Reduced to 25 Per Cent. Off
All Ladies', Misses' and Children's Hats Reduced to One-Third of Former Price
Men's and Boys' Hats and Caps 25 Per Cent Off of Regular Price.
Ladies' Underwear, 25-cent grade, for 19c. Ladies' Underwear, 50-cent grade, for 37c.
We have mentioned just a few prices to give you an idea of what you may save by
this sale, for throughout our entire store we have made large cut in prices for this occasion;
Come and be convinced of this money-saving sale. Our store will be closed Dec. 25 and 26.
These Pri?es are for Cash ONLY

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