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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21.
1 LOCAL ABD PERSONAL.'! |
Yon can pick out fools by their
questions and wile man by their an
President A. E. Padgett has so far |
recovered from his recent indisposi
tion as to bs in the Bank daily.
Miss Marie Boykin went to Atlanta, j
Ga., on Monday last to visit friends J
She will be absent for some weeks.
Frederick's Ferrotype Gallery will
be at Edg?field ut.til Thursday, June
22nd. Teoc on south side public square.
Two nice size pictures for 25 cents.
The rains thai fell last Saturday
were pretty general in their scope and
did much good. The sweet potatoes
set out and the pease planted will make
a wonderful ahow a little later on.
You may know lots of mean things
about your neighbor, but why not set j
them off against the mean things be
knows about you and io the silence of j
secrecy learn to respect one another?
The rains of last Friday were abund- j
ant and glorious, j.'nd ina few hours
the thermometer fell from 34 to 64. The
rain was not predicted by the weather
bureau, but it was jost as highly ap
preciated as if it had been.
A. J. Norris, Esq., who has been a
quasi invalid for some months, was
caught in theoold rain on last Satur
day and the result is that he is al this
writing confined to his room. It is
boped, however, that this set back
may not be a serious one.
Handsome young Ben Mays, medal
orator of the junior class of the S. C.
C. I. recent commencement, brought
us a cotton bloom on Monday of this |
. .; week from his father's plantation. Ben
says there are a plenty of blooms now,
..not only on his father's place, but on
all the neighboring places.
Some one bas given che fol'owing as
a good way to get rid of the trouble
some .mosquitoes: "Throw a bit of
' alum, about the size of a Barbie, into
a small bowl of water, and wet the
bands and face and any parts lightly
with it. Not a mosquito will approach
you. They hum about a little and dis
Prof. Bailey is in attendance on the
Summer School for teachers at Win
throp, Rock Hill, S. C.. and will be ab
sent on such service a month. Upon
bis return he will open a Summer
School at the 8*C. C. L for the teach
ers of Edgefield county, which bids
fair to be largely attended.
Of the 830 high grade teachers in at
tendance on the summer school for
teachers at Winthrop the following
are from Edgefield : Miss Ona Denny,
..J, F. Entznringer, Miss lone Tosey,
ilise Sallie S. Bailey, F. N. K. Bailey,
B. B Gain, Jas. P. Bean, A. J. AsbilL
This is a small representation in num
hiirSy-Jb^Jgh up to .the. mark in all
Mifl H. Bulkley, of Batesburg,
who aHBHy on a visit to ber daugh
ter, HrWl. A. Timmerman, left us
Mon day WK'-for Aiken, whither she
goes to spend a few week'' with Mrs.
W. F. Dobey, another daughter. At
. any rate Mrs. B. will not return to her
Lome at Batesburg, (that at present
smallpox afflicted little city,) until it
is safe for her to do so.
Mr J. E. Swearingen, of Edgefield, j
. has been awarded the medal for the j
best debater in the South Carolina
College. In delivering the medal
. Brof. Joy nee said, among other things,
that ?"although he had delivered many
medals, never bad the service given
bim such great pleasure aa this, be
cause it was the first time be bad ever
delivered a medal to one deprived of
. bis sight aa Mr. Swearingea was." Mr.
Swearingen was awarded this medal
. -without a contest because there were I
SK> other contestants, they all having j
. Mrs. Elizabeth Holson, who died at
her residence in our town on last Fri
day morning has been a resident for
nearly twenty years, it being nearly
that many years since the death of ber
husband, the late Lee Holson. She
left one son and three daughters, and
a number of dear friends to grieve
. that.sheiano longer with them here,
but they may be consoled and com
forted bj the thought that abe is with
the blest on high waiting to greet
them wheo the inevitable summons
.somes to them too, to join the in
numerable caravan that moves to the
pale realms of death.
Prof. Nichols, Georgia's great mag
netic healer, and who is well known in
Edgefield, will open his office in Mrs.
Merryman's residence near the post
office, Johnston, 8. C., on the 19th inst,
time limited to ten days. ?This will be
a rare opportunity for all those in
Edgefield who have chronic troubles of
say kind to have them cured. Prof.
HietoVa magnetic treatment is in
dorsed by prominent ministers, law
yers, doctors, and business men all
over the country. Go on Monday and
consult with bim, it may be the means
nf saving your life and restoring: you
to good health.
Our old friend, typo and co-laborer
In the /ineyard, Bud Russell, is think
ing of offering a valuable prize for the
most marked improvement in penman
ship and handwriting exhibited in
Edgefield, .SJuda and Greenwood
counties during the years 1899-1900,
the eonteiit to be open to all the public
?nd private schools of ail three coun
ties. This prize wilt not be a five or
ten dollar affair, but one that you can
swap SOT a horse if you want to and
get boot. The only condition attached
to the award<ng of this prize, but this
?audition is imperative and from it
there will be not s single shadow of
turning, is that, the contestants must
nil spell their names A*aVa*W/?, No
limit as to age. Bud says the Rational
Typographical Union is behind him in
Correct ?n?rflidcjrf_, Ps?niuL,pfoCafis jot) too
Frequent Menstraxtions arith Simmo?* Squa-y
Vine Wine or T*blc??. Fox ?ale bj G, L. Fess
Blackberries were never so scarce
so small, or so ill flavored in the renol
lection of the oldest inhabitant as in
this year of grace 1899. The moral is
plant more pease. You are obliged to
have something to eat !
Speaking of the Crawford murder
case tried in Camden, the Columbia
State said of Solicitor Thurmond's
"Solicitor Thurmond followed in an
earnest debate of over an hour and a
half. Had the State not had eye wit
nesses to prove that Crawford fired
the shot, he would have produced the
ball. He ridiculed the testimony of
the defense, showing that even Cole
mac testified that Crawford had bis;
pistol drawn when Stuart fired, while
Crawfosd denied it. He spoke of the
enormity of this crime, a woman killed
in her own home. The eyes of the
world are upon the jury. He felt
sure that it would do its duty. He
made a splendid appeal for justice,
and ridiculed the flimsy theories of
the defense as to the claim- that Craw
ford's pistol could not have set Are to
the clothing. He replied that at a
quarter of the distance Stuart's pistol
burned Crawford's, as shown by the
And tbe News and Courier said :
"Mr.Thurmond's argument was one
of distinguished force and clearness,
and was perhaps the most connected
and forcible of all the arguments, be
cause it summoned up the whole of the
memorable case and caught the vul
nerable points of the other arguments.''
No Smallpox at "Leesville.
Expert Reardon who was sent to
Leesville to investigate as to the
caBes of smallpox said to exist at
that place has made his report as
"There is now no smallpox io
Leesville. I examined three whites
and found the eruption to be ecze
ma. See no resemblance of any
of the characteristic stages of
smallpox, as the eruption ie iden
tically the eame as when first ap
peared. From the general appear
ance and history of the cases there
is not the slightest indications of
"I next examined four colored
persons and find that all of them
have had a genuine case of small
pox, but have convalesced, and
there is now no immediate dan
ger. All these cases are directly
traceable as coming from Bates
burg, through a negro named King.
As a preventative would advise all
to be vaccinated and .disinfect
houses and contents where these
cases have been, so as to prevent
further spread of the disease."
McCormick Mowers and Bakes?
Reapers and Binders.
1 am agent for these goods, McCor
mick Mower, one-half, $22.50, payable
November, 1899, balance, $22.50, paya
ble November, 1900.
* T VORRIS.
! Oaring Sammer w
Bowel troadlei, ts
Cramps, etc., for v
Liver Medicine is :
?ale by G. L. Penn ci
prised when I
day, and it is the first ruai
that we have had since the early
part of April, and the prospects
are that we will bave a good sea
son, as it is still raining. Further
more don't be surprised at the
headline. From the date of the
first article that came ont in the
ADVERTISER headed Plum Branch
there has been some uneasiness
around the capital of Dark Corner.
It is said that some nf the inhab
itants of Parksville were somewhat
incensed from rbe fact that we did
not give them a little send off, and
it might be that as soon as we got
on a genuine boom that we would
petition our legislature to have the
seat of government moved to our
our city. I will. note, however,
that we have not BO much aa
dreamed of such.
I will try to give you a short
sketch of the history of this terri
tory lying between Stevens Creek
and the Savannah river: In ?the
early settlement of the country
there was a man, not as honest as
he bhould have been, who did
something over in the State of
Choty and the officers of that
realm got after bim and he skipped
across Stevens Creek and thought
himself safe in the State of Geor
gia ; and eyer since or for many
years this territory waa known as
Skippers Georgia, and the seat or
centre of government was at Col.
Tompkins' store, perhaps until
about lc-36 when the great Mogul
or Alcalde called the grand conn*
eil together and the name of the
territory was changed to Dark
Corner, Now since the railroad
bas split the once noted old Dark
Corner in half, we of the upper
and northern portion of the pro
vince have proclaimed our inde
pendence, and .hold that we are a
portion of old Edge field and bold
our allegiance thereto.
Dear Editor, if you will allow it,
I will make a few suggestions to
the farmers, I dou't know if I am
competent, but will have my. say.
The wheat and oat crop has been
harvested and the land on which
they grew is lying idle; by all
means plant all the corn and.pea?
you can, one row of corn alternat
ing with one of peas, if you have
not the peas strain a point and
get them. Thi& ?B one year that
almost every farmer that I have
talked with thinks this year1 late
corn will do well. Some say sow
peas* wy experience is, and I tried
it three years, as to sowing for
either forage or for fortifying the
)a?,d; Lay of the Jand in two feet
Weare sole agents for the Bay Si
Shoe and Leather Co. Yon pay no jobi
profit, direct from manufacturer to c
We have just opened 47 cases of th
celebrated shoes, others yet to arrive.
See our Men's Shoes at $1.00,-$1.25, sj
Sen our Men's Low Cut Shoes, $1.25 cc
See our Men's Vici Kid and Silk '.
Tan Shoes at $3.
See our Ladies' Stylish Late and But
Shoes at $2.00.
See our Ladies* Oxford Opera and St
Slippers at $1.00 to $1.75.
See our Children's and Misses' stocl
Shoes and Slippers.
Prices, quality and styles are right.
Our stock of Clothing is Unsurpassed.
Hat and Furnishing Department c<
DORN & MIMI
AT E. I
New stock Just Arrived
PORK AND BEANS,
And a great many other nice arti
cles. Call to see
0. Sheppard, Jr.
rows, plant peas cn cl popcorn, dr i 11
about as thick as you would cotton
ee. J and when the peas and corn
are well up take a patent sweep suf
ficient that one furrow to the row
will clean the middle of grass and
weeds and your crop ie safe for a
good lot of good forage. It is easy;
to cut with a mowing blade,, andi
the popcorn mixed with the pea
vines can be housed before the*
leaves become dry and fall off and
waste,, they will not mould with
corn mixed aa is very often the
case. One good day's sun is suffi
cient. If for improving the land
yon do not want them mixed, the
mixture should be one-fourth corn,
a bushel of peas one pock of corn.
The farmer must of necessity do
-?fhiner in the way of bread and
. . all
raise and fatten hogs on .oats with
a small quantity of corn. One
other thing, for pigs ?ave your
wheat-bran and shorts, they make
a good slop and they thrive well
on it. Let us raise less cotton or
plant lees acres and grow better
and more cotton to the acre.
Where is our supervisor? Echo
answers "where.1' Our roads should
be worked at4 all the small
bridges fixed up during the sum
mer months, and by the time the
fall and winter rains set, in the
road bed will be packed hard. The
appointment of overseer is an im- '
portant item, let him be a mau tbii
has the subject of good roads at
heart, and one that will require
every man that is subject to road
duty to do biB duty. The super
visor should come up and ride '
over our roads and see for himself.
Rajtore tb? Mrattrsal and Generative Organe
to natural conditions co th ey will do their du t r
bj taking Siromoue Squaw Vin? Wine or Tab
leta. For 'nil by G. L. Penn Sc Son.
In Search of Informati
The consul general of Austria
Hungary has written to the Gover
nor three letters, asking for in
formation and docume^.ito
relative to certain laws in this
State. He wants; information for
his government about the laws and
regulations governing the working
hours of employes in stores and
also the closure during certain fixed
hours; regarding the insurance of
seamen against accident ; and laws
governing the transportation of
bodies of deceassed persons in the
Story of a Slave.
To be bound hand and foot for
years by the chains of disease is
the worst form of slavery. George
D. Williams, of Manchester, Mich,
tells how such a slave was made
free. He says : "My wife has been
so helpless for five years that she
could not turn over in bed alone.
After using two bottles of - Electric
Bitters, she is wonderfully improv
ed and able to do her own work."
This Buperme remedy for female
diseases quickly cures nervousness,
^melancholy, headache, backache,
fainting and dizzy spells. This
miracle working medicine is a
godsend to weak, sickly, run down
people. Every bottle guaranteed.
Only 50 cents. Sold by all Drug
Pr, M. A. Si minoan Lircr Medicine hat a na
tion*! repotstirn, extending over nbont elxtv
rears, ai a moot successful Liver Regulator. For
??le by G. L. Penn Sc Son.
A Kansas man not long ago shot
a dog by accident, and in showing
the owner how it was done shot tho
latter. Subsequently in showing
the coroner, how he shot owner
of the dog the man with gun shot
the .coroner,. , ?
3- HART STAND.
AULXr L AXG SYKE!
Some Personal Recollections of;
Incidents and Men of Long
Ago-By an Old Stager.
"Time and tide wail for no man." i
Men come and go. Times change !
New environments, new scenes face
us! New hopes and new aspira
tion? move and control QB with ad- i
vancmg years, bnt amidst all, the j
mind loves to revert to the days
and memories of childhood and
young manhood and to live them
over again in calm reflection. And
we dare say, with the knowledge
which time and experience"' have
brought us, that improvement and
correction would mark many a
past act of life, if permitted to live
our lives over again. Alas ! such
cannot be save in memory.
It was hard by the northern
Lanks of old Sleepy Creak that the
light of life burst upon us. By
way of parenthesis, permit pde to
say that we have never known
whance it derived its name, for it;
at tithes is quite a brawling stream.
In the long ago, it is remembered
that there was a place in said
stream called "Cat Hole!" noted
for its depth of water and for its
awe to children because of the fact
that two negroes had found watery
graves in its bosom. Urchins
when bathing needed no warning
to steer clear of its deep water.
The fame of "Cat Hole" was known
of all the boys around. Among
my earliest recollections, was my
?tether's removal from Sleepy to
turkey Creek. An honest, indus
trious, thrifty population made up
the citizenship of Sleepy Creek.
We remember old Mr. Peter Ouzts
and his aged wife and can picture
in our mind, though not vividly,
how the venerable couple looked
in the long ago as my father's
family passed through their yard
on their way to Little Stevena
Creek church at the monthly meet
ings. Mr. Ouzts was the grand
father of our present sheriff. Ho
sale of b "
ters whothave hot only added much
to the population of Edgefieidand
other counties of this State, but
have added to that of other sister
Mr. Peter Ouzts had a brother, if
we mistake not, who lived near by
whose given name was Michael.
He left but one son, who was call
ed "little Jacob," and who was as
honest and unsuspecting as men
get to be. But there were other
citizens of the old regime who de
serve mention in that section.
Among them were the three broth
ers George, Peter and Williom
Dorn, who worshipped at McKen
dree Chapel, and were sterling good !
men, many of whose descendants
make up a respectable portion of
our population. The same mxy be
said of the Timmer man family who
have contributed to the numbers
and respectability of this and otb- ;
er states, all of whom descended
from two families.
.desire to revert to Little
is Creek church and recall
mes of the saints who wor
shipped there, and who added
grace and diguity to the church.
All of whom ase now numbered
with the sainted dead : S. W. Nich
olson, Sr. and Jr., Dr. J. E. Nich
olson, David B. Strother, Bartly
Blocker, Col. John Quattlebaum,
George Ouzts, David and Jobx
Harting, Jimmy Green, --:BoV
ton, JameB Dorn, Conrad Lowir^y,
Wright Adams, Joseph Adams,
who was for years the clerk of the
church, Hiram Adams, J. W. and
Ransom Timmerman and other
worthy members tfhose nameB we
do not now recall with their noble
Christian wives who were shining
lights in the church of God, and
who shed the radiance of their.
Christian lives upon those around
them, There were but few changes
in the pastorate in those days
within our recollection. Rev. John
frapp was for long years pastor,
whose native talent and eloquence
often moved his audience as they
are seldom moved now. Then came
for a short time Rev. Zedekiah
Watkin !. an earnest godly man,
who had the peculiarity of putting
one of nis hands to his ear and
holding it there in the warmth -of
his discourses. Though uneducated
in the ordinary acceptation ot^the
term, these godly men were a pow
er for good in their day and gen
eration. And harp,' by way of di
gression, we will day that we are
not of that number who believe In
ruling out of the ministry all those
who have not been trained in a
theological school or seminary as
recently intimated in a baccalau
reate sermon of a distinguished.dit
vine. Ther. are other essentiali
ties necessary to the successful
Gospel preacher besides theologi
cal lore and general literary' cul
ture. Beauty of diotion and pro
fundity of exposition, coming
from an unsanctified heart do not
move audiences to repentance.
Drink, and the Ifang drinks with you;
Swear off and you go it alone;
For the barroom bum who drinks
Has a quenchless thirst of his'own.
Feast, and your friends are many ;
Fast, and they cut you dead;
They'll not get mad if you treat them
So long as their stomach is fed.
Steal, if you get a million,
For then you can furnish bail;
Tba great big thief gets out on leave,
While the little one goes to jail.
The Orr Cotton Mill.
^. A meeting of the stockholders of
the Orr Cotton Mill was held in
the Court House at noon last Wed
nesday. Mr. R. S. Ligon was call
ed to the chair and Mr. B. Frank
Mauldin requested to act a<? Sec
retary. The meeting at once pro
ceeded to business, and elected the
following Board of Directors : Jas.
L. Orr, B. 8. Lig?n, F. G. Brown,
B. F. Mauldin, E. P. Smith, R. S.
Hill, N. B. Sullivan, G. E. Prince
and S. M. Orr. The Board then
elected Col. J. L. Orr President.
It was decided to call at once for
20 per cent, of the capital stock,
so that a charter could be secured.
This amount is now being paid in,
the limit being to-morrow, 15th
inst. It is proposed to organize
with s capital of $400,000. Col.
Orr made a short talk to the stock
holders, in which he outlined the
plans of the Company, and stated
that he had purchased the mill
machinery, which was now ad
vancing every day iu price. He
had selected the latest itoproved
machinery, the looms beiug the
Draper model, which could be op
erated much cheaper than any oth
er loom manufactured.
On Monday Col. Orr returned to
Anderson, accompanied by Mr.
Stephen Grenu, . of . Lockwood,
Green & Co., expert mill eugiueers
and/ architects' of Boston, Mass.
That;Afternoon, in company with
the . Directors, these gentlemen
visited the various sites that had
been offered for the location of
the mill, and Mr. Greeu closely
inspected ?H bf them,'-abd finally
decided that ' the ; be?t >and most
convenient site was the old Wads
worth placed now owned by Dr. S.
M. Orr, and" situated,?jjt?t>^^de
?of the southern ld m??^o^ ^,t??ity.
Tb? buildings Will ' D&O?the east
ern aide of the Savannah Valley
Railroad, anii nearlv nmvnciro tho
let, and it is expected that in less
than one year's time the mill will
be ready to manufacture goods.
New subscriptions to the capi
tal stock are coming in almost ev
ery day, and more thun one-half
of it has been subscribed in South
Carolina. It is more than proba
ble that the mill will soon have a
capital of $600,000, aud the build
ings will be erected so that they
can be added to.-Anderson Intel
Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine creates a
rood Appetite, Tones and Strengthens the
Stomach, and builds up the Health. For sale by
G. L. Penn & Son.
"Where," asked the female-s?f
fraga orator, "would man be to-day
were it not for woman?" She paused
a nmoment and looked around
the hail "I repeat," she said, "where
would mau be to-day were' it not
for woman?" "He'd be in the
garden pf Eden eating strawber
ries," answered a voice from the
Bismarck's Iron Nerve.
Was the result of his splendid
health. Indomitable will and
tremendous energy are not frund
where Stomach, Liver, Kidneys
and" Bowels are out of order. If
you want, these qualities and the j
success they bring, use Dr. King's
New Life Pills. They develop ?
every power of brain and body.
Only 25c at all drug store. j
Wash your hands in borax wa- i
ter instead of using soap. The \
milk pails are better ?nd eleanor ?
for having been rinsed in borax j
water. Use warm water to rinse ?
with. Mai y dairymen who deliv- \
er milk to their city customers in I
the large tin cans rinse them out ?
every day, once a day with a solu- 1
tion of borax water ; a small b and- ]
ful of borax to a large pishpauful I
of borax to'a large dispanful of ]
Water lo wash the cans in. They J
Use a brush to get them thorough- \
ly clean inside. Borax kills the 1
germs which cause milk to sour
and it costs so little every one will
be-able to keep it,-Orange Judd
...;e ._ ?.-..'.. . .
W.T. Davis, Roby, S. C.: Dr. M. A. 81m- '
mont Liver Medicino euroa Pain* in Back, and
that "Out of Sorts" Tired Fcslln&. I think it
four times a? strono us ZeilluTftnnd Black
Draught. For sale by G. L. Penn ? Son.
,. Wedding Invitations, Visiting
Cards, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, J
Note Heads, Envelopes, etc., at
Lowest PriceB at this office. ]
. ,_ i
Husband-Why are you go angry
at the doctor? Wtfe^When J told 1
him I bad a terrible tired faelingj
Ije tald.me |Q B^ownim my tongue/
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Nat?tjonal Surgical Institute
CHARLESTON & WESTER**
'Augusta and Ashville Short Line."
Schedule in effect Feb. 7, 1897.
JV Augusta. 9 40am 140pm
ir Greenwood.. 1217p m ll 30 p ia
VT Anderson.... 7 30 p in
?r Laurens.... 115pm
Vr Greenville.. 2 55pm
Lr Glenn Sp'g3... .4 05 p m
ir Spartanbuig.. 3 00 p m 9 25 am
lr Saluda.... ?5 23^p m 5 23 pm
ir Henderson ville 551 p m 1 45 p m
Vr Ashville.700pm .
jv Ashville.... 820 am ... .
JV Spartanburg ll 45 a m
JV Greenville - IL 55a m
VrLaurens- 1 30 p :n
liv Anderson.. . >.
Lr Greenwood.. 2 28 pm
JY Augusta.... 5 05 pm '
JV Savannah.... 5 55 a m .
liv Calhloun Falls 444 p m
trBaeigh.... 2 16am
lr Norfolk.... 7 30am
ir Petersburg... .6 00 a m*
lr Richmond.... S 15a m
J Y Augusta. 2 55 o m
ir Allendale. 5 00, p rn
M Fairfax. 515pm
" Ypmassee.v. G 20 p m
" Beaufort. 720pm
M Port Royal. 7 80pm
u Charleston. 8^08pm
'* Savannah. 8 00pm
Lv Savannah. 6 50am
?' Charleston. 6 50am
. Port Royal. 8 15am
" Beaufort. 8 25 a m
u Ycmassee. 9 25 am
u Fairfax. 10,32 a m
" Allendale.10 47 a m
Close connections ai Greenwood for
iU points oi\ S.A. L., and C. and G.
*n\ilwa.y, and at S par tan burg with
ifor information restive to tickets
..ajes, schedules, etc,, address
W.a,C?Aitt, Gen, Pass. AgV
W. H. T
913 BROAD STREET,
J. I. OH
Furniture and ?
Wagons, Buggies, Hi
HAVE JUST PURCHASED
? II IO A.
Calla by .Telephone promptly
HAS REMOVED TO
207 7TH ST., AUGUSTA, GA.,
Where he will still continue to
_jBEE EYE TESTS
Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer in
Hea?stosBS, Coping, Iron and Wire
Of Every Description.
WRITE OR CALL AND SEE ME']
Cor. Washington and Ellis Sts. I
AUGUSTA, GA. I
"A large stock of finished work al- (
ways on hand ready for lettering.
Prices always right,
HAS REMOVED TO.
806 BROAD STREET,
And would be pleased to have the sup
port of their friends, and will continue
to give first class meals and rooms at
DIMERS A SPECIALTY.
We respectfully soli?it^he patron
age of the insuring public.
Only the most reputable
and Solvent Compa
?Etna Ins. Co., of Hartford, ^
Home Ins. Co., New York,
Hartford Ins. Co., Hartford,
Phoenix Ins. Co., Hartford,
Underwriters of New York,
Hamburg-Bremen of Germany,
Northern of London.
All outside business will receive
our prompt and person
s . al attention.
OFFICE : BURNETT BUILDING
See Our Life- Insurance Contract
before you Insure.
DIVIDENDS PAYABLE ANNUALLY,
A-Lesson in Cooking
a course dinner so as to have it
done satisfactorily, or in baking or
roasting, will be given the cook
that uses one of our Ranges, such
as she never had before. Flaky
pies, light cakes and well baked
breads, with a small consumption -
of coal, delights the housekeeper.
Our stock of steel ranges, cooeing
and heating stoves is worth look*
- AUGUSTA, GA
OOD, s. c.
Agent for Columbia, Cleveland anl
Eagle. Horgan & Wright tires, $5.50
per pair; M. & W. Tubes 85c. Kims
flt on 85c. Steel Balls y,c each. Spoke?
2c. Enameling $2. Vulcanizing 26o.
Punctures repaired 10c and 18c.
Wheels to rent.
Work guaranteed. 15 years experi*.
G O BB,
i mess/Saddles, Etc
A NEW AND BEAUTIFUL
R ? !E>
"answered and attended to.
A full line of Heavy an 1 Staple Gro
ceries, inclndfng Country Hams which,
although better, I sell for less money
than the sugar and oanvass hams.
When I say hea^y and staple Groceries
I mean meat and bi ead and lard and
sugar and coffee and such like, every
thing eatable. However, I am making
a Special Spread this season in Choice
Fancy Groceries and Delicacies, in
cluding in parc in canned goods.
English Peas, Green Corn.
*** V rr PeaSfc*
VfrI'.-i'?V. - '? ? MI-*, . _>
iv- erycjia?? i'1 sei??*? ?ag 'zt*? v-i?fe
. ' litt flavor, j.s**n2?i;;**e .' W,V?^*J2*
nilla. Strawberry, orange, none?;
gar Drip, etc., only 10c a quart.
Also just received all kinds of Jei-^
lies and Preserves. Ask for what yon
want, if we haven't got it we will or?
der it. Yours truly,
L. E. JACKSON.
}E0. T. SHARPTON,
SDGKEOTIEIJX), s.~ a
Front Boom in Chronicle B'ld'ff. *
respectfully solicit the. patronage of
the people. ,
EDGEPIELD, S. C.
Terms : $4 per day, $2 for plat.
Always have deeds and mort?
ages on the field from which ti) find