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Has Inaugurated Right in the Beginning a
Great Slipper Sale
We were fortunate on our spring trip in securing quite a few pretty slippers
at prices much below our expectation. These, together with our
regular line, we are including in the sale
Slippers Worth up to $2.50 and $3.
100 pairs to go at - - - $1.00
25 pairs to go at - - - .75
25 pairs to go at - - - .50
See the window display. No approvals.
4d^Notwithstanding the fact
that the sales on these ^oods have
been very heavy during the past
three or four days, we still have
a nice line of sizes.
ffdgcftria* ^dicrliscr.
Easter Eg? Hunt.
The ladies <>( the Episcopal guild
will give their annual Easter egg
hunt next Mon-1 ay afternoon at the j
- 'Borne of Mrs. Kate DeVore Butler.
All of the children of the town are
.cordially invite?I to attend. The
- price of admission will be 10 cents.
: Refresh naen ts will be served at a
?mall cost. Scores of children always
look with eager anticipation to the
oomins: of the Episcopal Easter egg
hunt, and it require? no urging to
induce them to attend. If the weath
er is auspicious, we are confident
that a great throng will attend.
Death of Mrs. M. M. Paul.
After a brief illness of pneumo
nia, Mrs. M. M. Paul passed away
Thursday night. Friday afternoon
the burial took place at Berea, Rev.
J. R. Walker conducting the funer
al. Mrs. Paul was a devout Chiis
tian woman, having been a member
of Berea church from h. r girlhood.
Her sudden death has cn ised much
genuine sorrow among her friends
here and in the Gilgal section where
she was reared. She and Mr. Paul
were married nearly a year ago, her
maiden name being Mi?s Mattie
County Boc.rd Met.
The county board of equa ization
held its second and final meeting for
1915 in the office of the auditor Sat
urday, all of the townships beinir
represented except two. The ver
bal reports from the members of the
board showed that the work of the
several boards has been done care
fully and conscientiously. As far
as possible all property has been re
turned upon the same basis as last
3ear. County Auditor J. R. Tim
merman has given the township and
county boards the fullest co-opera
tion. We do not believe there is a
county in the State that has had all
returns more carefully examined
than Edgefield county.
No Free Notices.
Hereafter all notices appearing in
the Herald in interest of entertain
ments given for benefit of religious,
social or philanthropic causes, where
j.n admission fee is required, will
he charged for at the regular adver
tising rates. Special arrangements
may be made for the publication of
?nen notices by applying at the busi
ness o di ces.-Spa rlan burg Herald.]
Which indicates an approach to
business sanity. But suppose they |
come right into your sanctum and ?
.oooingly argue how mueh they
would prefer to have it in your
editorial columns, or "in a little
local, because people are so much
more apt to read it there," will you
have the nerve to try to protect
your living at the risk of being call
ed contrary and unobliging?- Yojrk
ville Enquirer.
Spring at Mukashy's.
In this issue Mr. Israel Mukashy
tells the public of his large pur
chases of spring goods, calling esoe
cial attention to his stylish oxfords
for ladies and men. He also has
purchased a beautiful assortment
of ladies' ready to wear hats. Mr.
Mukashy invites the shoppers to
call in person and see the values he
is offering and get his prices. .
Card of Thanks.
We take this means of thanking
our Edgefield friends for their rrany
manifestations of sympathy and for
the many kindnesses bestowed dur
ing the illness and death of Mrs.
M. M. Paul. We shall always treas:
ure these kind acts in our memory
and trust that some day we eau re
M. M. Paul,
Mrs. Sallie Nicholson.
Mission Conference.
In response to the call of Mr.
Orlando Sheppard, the moderator
ot' the Edgefield association, all of
the pastors in the association and
probably a dozen laymen attended
the mission conference which was
held in the Baptist church Saturday
morning. All of the churches, ex
cept one or two, were represented
either by the pastor or by a delega
tion of laymen. Mr. Orlando Shep
pard presided over the meeting. Rev.
Mr. McManaway attended as the rep
resentative of the mission boards.
After a general discussion of the
mission situation, a resolution was
adopted directing that a personal
canvass of the membership of all
churches be made in order to meet
the apportionment by the close of
the conventional year. The pastors
were requested to arrange for a
missionary rally in each one of
thi'ir churches during the month of
The following is a, statement of
the ownership, management,
etc., "f Edgefield Advertiser pub
lished weekly at Edgefield, re
quired by the Act of August 24,
Editor, J L Mims, Edgefield, S. C.
Manging Editor, J. L. Mims,
Edgefield, S. C.
Busings Manager, J. L. Mims,
Edgefield, S. C.
Publisher, J. L. Mims, Edgefield,
Known bondholders, mortgagee,
and other security holders, holding
1 per cent ur more of total amount
of bonds, mortgages, or other secu
rities: None.
Sworn to and subscribed before
me this 23rd day of March 1915.
W. T. Kinnaird,
Probate Judge, E. C. S. C.
My commission expires Jan. 1,
(Continued From First Page. )
subject for their program was
"General Wade Hampton," and sev
eral selections were read, piano Bo
los and duets were enjoyed. Two of
the members Misses Clevie MJover^
and trances Tamer hid ready ih??,
essays on 1'South Carolina and'the
Confederacy," to be used in the
state contest of the children's chap
ters. Jelly, whipped cream and cake
was served after the program had
been concluded.
The Pi Tau club is composed of
members bound together by ties of
warmest friendship and on Thurs
day afternoon Mrs. B. T. Boat
wright entertained the congenial
band, the honoree being one of the
members. M?3S Josephine Mobley
whose marriage in April will sever
this sweet anion. Miss Helen Thack
er was also an honoree. The occa
sion was held in the home of Mrs.
John Wright, which was attractive
ly decorated and proaressive cards
was the chief diversion. Mrs. W.
Allen Mobley received a lovely
piece of hand embroidery for mak
ing the |highest score and Mrs.
Frances H. Williams was given a
bag of lemons. The honor prizes
were sets of embroidered towels.
The hostess served an elaborate sal
ad course with coffee and whipped
Mrs. J. A. Dohey was hostess for
the New Century Club on Tuesday
afternoon and besides the twenty
members, there were several other
invited guests to enjoy the program.
During the business sessiou it was
decided to purchase a set of Steven
son's works to aid to the librarv,
as there was sullicient funds in the
library treasury to do this. The
study hour was in charge of Miss
Alma Woodward who told inteiest
ing facts concerning each author as
studied, and made the lesson very
interesting. "Biographical sketch of
James Laue Allen." Mrs. James
Strother; "Selections from Ken
tucky cardinal," Mrs. W. F. Scott;
"Life sketch of Booth Tarkington,"
Miss Zena Payne; "Reading from
Gentlemen from Indiana," Miss
Clara Sawyer; "Life sketch Win
ston Churchill," Miss Eva Rush
ton; selected reading, Mrs. P. N.
Lott; "Prominent publications of
Alice French" (Octave Thanet) Mrs.
F. M. Boyd; selected reading, Mrs.
C. D. Kenny; song, "Good-bye
sweet day," Mrs. F. M. Boyd. The
hostess assisted by Misses Pauline
Lewis and ? lberta Bland served a
delightful salad course with iced
A Civic League was organized
here on last Friday afternoon in the
school auditorium and fa second
meeting will be held during the
week to draw up a constitution and
make further plans.
Misses Mertis and Sae Smith en
?tertained Ja large party of their
. friends on Thursday afternoon, the
honorees being Misses Josephine
Mobley aud Helen Thacker. The
home was prettily decorated in
spring blossoms and bowls of these
flowers adorned ithe tables upon
which progressive rook was played.
The honor prizes were lovely bwud
oi r caps. . While music waa being
?.enjoyed a tempting salad course was
served by Messrs. Eafl Smith and
W/A. Bradfield, the yonng gentle
men seeming to very much enjoy
this distinction.
Mr. C. F. Pechman has been quite
sick since his return from North
Carolina where he was under treat
Dr. Stokes, editor of the News
Monitor, will move with his family
to Florence the first of April, where
they will make their future home.
He will edit a paper there. The good
wishes of all will follow him and
his estimable family.
tions received for loans from $150.00
to $10.000, on improved town prop
erty and lands. Interest 8 per cent
straight. Iuterest payable annually
or semi-annualiy. Time: one to ten
years. Applicants for loans will
please give description, location,
and valuation of property offered as
security for loan. State improve
ments and valuation of same.
We want County representatives
to receive applications for loans,
appraise property, and serve as our
exclusive representative. Attorney
or real estate man preferred. Ap
plicants for loans, and applicants
for agencies positively required to
furnish at least two character refei
ences and forward postage, five 2c
stamps, for application blanks, full
particulars, and prompt reply.
Wiite Southern Office, Southeast
ern Mortgage Loan Assn., Fourth
Nat'l Bank Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.
Little Everett was a member of
the Band of Mercy Society, and
was proud of the membership. He
wore his badge, a small star, as if
it were a policeman's insignia, and
was often heard reproving other
boys and girls for cruel treatment
of dogs and cats.
One morning a woman of the
neighborhood heard a commotion
outside and find Everett int he act of
tormenting the oat.
"Why, Everett, she callad, what,
are you doing to that poor cat? I
thought you belonged to the Band
pf Mercy Society?"
. "I did, replied the little boy, but
I lost my star.-Philadelphia Pub
lic Ledger.
If it's a' box of candy you want
for your girl Easter we have it.
Just received a fresh shipment of
Jiorris candy by express.
Collett & Mitchell.
Who Make the Line of Line of
K ubber Goods
We Have for You Here. Our Assortment is Complete
Hot Water Bottles of All Sizes
Everything in Rubber Down to the Tinniest Rubber Band
We are prepared to supply the
needs of the boys and men.
Spring Oxfords
Spring Hats
Spring Suits
Spring Shirts
Spring Underwear
All are stylish and at reasonable:
prices. j
Edgefield, South Carolina

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