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? in iii H mi i un.I in i n
J THE NATIONAL BMOF AUGUSTA
I L. C. HAYNS, Prfcs't P. 0. FORD, Cashier.
Capita!, $250,000.
Undivided Profila } $110,000.
Facilities of oar magnificent Nev Yanlt
containing 410 t-afoty-Locx Bosos. Differ
ent Sises am offered to our patrons and
tho public at $3.00 to 910.00 per Annntn,
THOS. J. ADAMS PROPRIETOR.
IBB
PLANTERS
LOAN AND
SAVINGS
BANK.
AUGUSTA, GA.
Hjt Intewtt
oa Deposits,
Aocounts
Solicited,
L. O. HATITB,
President.
W. O. WABDLAW,
Cashier.
VOL. LXV. NO. 15.
Paine's Cd
Compound
Best Sprin
In the Wc
A large suppl]
FOR Si
W. E. I
AT EDGEFIELD.
The B. Y. P. U. Convention and
IOs Exercises.
The long anticipated Conven
tion of the B. Y. P. U. of South
Carolina has come and gone, and
the Leoplo of EdgefieJd are for the
first time understanding what it
is to feel that aching void, which
nothiug but another convention
can ever lill,
Our Methodist brethren and
sisterhood should repay us in kind
by invitiug into our midst the
Epworth League, and our Presby
terian friends the Christian En
deavor Societies of their respec
tive churches.. Let them jirove
our willingness as Baptists to aid
them, as they have so hospitably
shown theirs. We must have more
conventions. What is a town with
out conventions. Edgefield too
small? So believe and talk, and
without them she will indued grow
too 6mall. Bro. Keys of the Bap
tist Courier remarked on Sunday
afternoon that if the Edgefield
people could stand the amount of
speechifying they had stood du
ring the sessions of the conven
tion they need have no fear of
straining their holding out capac
ity in the future. Let some one
present us with another opportu
nity to prove this assertion.
It migbt be said that the depot
was in the possession of the citi
zens of Edgefield on Thursday
afternoon last, gathered there to
greet the crowd of delegates and
visitors expected on the incoming
train. All were hoping that the
coaches would be filled to over
flowing, and that Edgefield would
be permeated by the exuberance
of.spiri., Bweet and gracious, which
characterizes the young people
composing the body called the B.
Y: P. U. convention of South Car
olina. And so it has been in part.
1900.
See the large and stylish S
SHOES which we are re<
has advanced, we sell a
VANCE-the quality up I
of th9 Bay State Factory.
We anticipated the
with the factory early so
best value at lowest prie
of us get fall benefit of tl
Come and inspect the
vinced.
BORN 5
Let us, the young . and old peo
ple'of Edgefield, be grateful that
aa opportunity so delightful has
been afforded us to meet and en
joy the companionship of so many
choice spirits, who are co-workers
with us in the 'great harvest field
of our own state, and other states.
And those who are not co-work
ers, whose eyes are blinded by the
God of this world, whose cold
lethargic- hearts have never melted
under the influence of the warm
rays of the sun of Righteousness,
can they not realize what the great
work of this century is to be, the
grandest* undertaking since this
mundane ophere fell from the
hands of the Great ' Architect?
WJiat i? this undertaking? 'Tis to
conquer .the world for Christ.
The first session on Thursday
evening was distinguished by one
of the most inspiring and brilliant
addresses of the convention, the
one delivered by Rev. W. B. Oliver
of tte church at Florence S. C. This
thrilling discourse had as its main
idea the exemplification of the
necessity for high and lofty ideale
in the hearts of the young.
The convention was organized
with Rev. B. P. Robertson of Gaff
ney as President, Prof. W. D,
Holland, of the Johnston Institute
secretary and A. C. Jones of Bates
burg treasurer, Regrets wre ex
pressed at the absence of the for
mer pr?8ident -of the oonveutior
A. T. Jamison of Camden or. ac
count of illness, and a telegram
was sent to him to that effect.
On Friday at 9.30 o'clock the
welcome-services were held in the
Opera House. Prof. F. N. K
g Medicine
dd.
r Just roce J ved.
\LE BY
Bailey, President of the Edgefield
Union made the first welcome ad
dress, and in his frank and sin
cere manner of expression made
the visitors and delegates feel that
they had a warm plaoe in his heart.
Dr. Gwaltney who on no occasion
uas ever done aught but honor to
Edgefield, and the people who love
him, gave a unique and interest
ing welcome to the guests of the
convention, and contrasted their
reception .in a somewhat L amorous
manner to his own reception in
the town of Edgefield in the days
of long ago. Prof. C. J. Owens of
the Orangeburg college made a
suitable response to these ad
dresses.
Rev. B. P. Robertson followed
with an address on Junior work.
"How, When, and Why." He gave
to our pastor Dr. Gwaltney the ap
pellation of the sweet-spirited,
lovable man. He has also won
for himself the same honor, for
during the whole session of the
convention he displayed the meek
and gentle spirit of the master
whom he serves, and like Enoch
of old is walking with God. Who
better could have- buen selected as
president of a young peoples con
vention? E. J. Forrester of Green
wood also delivered an excellent
address on the "young disciple
and his future."
Friday afternoon the South Car
olina Co-educational Institute
honored the convention with one
of the most delightful concerts to
which any gathering has ever lis
tened and the hearts of the loyal
people of Edgefield should have,
and must havs, thrilled with an
intensive and peculiar delight,
that they have in their midst an
Institution which is capable of so
high a degree of musical excel
lence that it is the means of
charming the young people of our
state, at once the most appr?cia
1900.
SH0ES.
Spring line of BAY STATE
seivitig. Although leather
t former prices-NO AD
to the usual high standard
rise and placed our order
as to give omr patrons the
es. Those who buy shoes
lis.
im for yourself and be con- *
j nins.
tive and intelligent. The S. C. C.
I. band commenced the program,
and in the beginning proclaimed
the pleasure in store for the au
dience. Those most ?competent
and capable to judge what musi
cal ability really means, were
heard to remark, that no better
concert has ever been given in the
state. Noticeable on the program
for peculiar excellence was a pi
ano solo by Miss Lillie Sheppard,
a duett by Misses Marcie Gwaltney
and Maxcie Sheppard, and a vocal
solo by Miss Leila Hamilton. The
chorus class u^uer the direction of
Miss S. S. Bailey rendered some
beautiful selections. With reluc
tant steps, the audience left the
hall to the sweet strains of the
band. As the melody of harmo
nious sounds reached their ears,
hearts were moved at the thought
that all this bore a resemblance to
the ceaseless melody which will
greet the ears at the en trance to
the sacred and happy home be
yond the pearly gates.
The Friday evening services
i were missionary in character, and
address w^re made by Dr. T. M.
. Bailey of Greenville and Dr. J. D.
Chapman, late of Savannah now
. pastor of the 1st . church at Ander
* son.
The session of Saturday was said
. to be the best of the convention,
? Prof. Holland made an interesting
i talk on "how to organize a union."
This was followed by an eloquent
address by H. S. Erckmann of
Charleston, on "How to keep a
union going." We were gratified
that our Charleston brotherhood
bad such a speaker to represent
And I have a
LANDRETH'S
-which are t
market
Also a Fresh
Irish Potatoes.
O. SHEP!
lEIDGKEITTI!
their delegation, and Charleston;
Baptists must grow with such ma
terial, A. C. Jones of Batesburg
also read a paper, shoeing much
wisdom and thought, upon the
"Pastor's relation to the B. V. P.
As the majority of people who j
read this resume will he Edgefield
people, and John Lake is one of
their's, it is not at all necessary;
that any comment should be made
upon his address, "on interpreta
tion of the young people's move
ment." He is well known for.
what he is, and what he does.
The Institute building on Sat
urday afternoon was the scene of
the reception.given to the conven
tion by the people of Edgefield.
This was a delightful occasion,
giving a pleasant opportunity for
all to meet during several hours of
pleasant and profitable social in
tercourse. Refreshments were
gracefully served by committees
from the town and Institute, .and
sweet music enlivened and made
more gay the already happy scene.
Saturday evening the social fea
ture of the B. Y. P. U. was dis
cussed. Prof.' Entzminger, of the.
South Carolina Co-Educational
Institute, began in a very inter
esting manner to present this sub
ject, but owing to a sudden, though
temporary illness, he waB forced
to stop before he had fairly begun.
The Edgefield union was especially
disappointed that this address
could not be finished, as Prof.
Entzminger is one of their most
zealous workers and would have
given to the convention in his
usual captivating manner, the
benefit of his experience along this
line of work.
The banner belonging to the
convention, which was won last
year in Columbia by the Edgefield
union for the greatest increase in
membership during the preceding
year, was this year won ty the
Pendleton street union of Green
ville, and was presented to Mr J.
E. Crim of that union by Miss
Efl&e Allen, of -Edgefield, in behalf
of tho convention.
On Sunday morning the Baptist
and Methodist pulpits of Edgefield
were filled by Rev A. C. Osborne,
of Benedict College, Columbia,
and Rev B. P. Robertson, of Gaff
ney, respectively.
The song service of the closing
session of the convention on Sun
day evening was conducted by Dr.
Reid, of Charleston,kafter which
the congregation was invited to
join in answering the following]
questions : "What have I learned
since coming to the convention,"
and "What do I resolve to do when
I get home." These queries were
answered and talked over by Dr T.
M. Bailey, Rev P. P. Blalock, John
Lake, J. L. Mims, Arthur Bran
son, John Towill, of Batesburg,
and others. The farewell service,
though sad, was sweet, and as Dr.
Gwaltney said, was full of hope
for the future. Many delegates
and visitors made expressions of
pleasure at the kindness and hos
pitality' of the Edgefield people.
May they ever think of Edgefield
with pleasant memories, and be
glad to return to us again on an
other such mission.
The convention was adjourned,
and Dr Osborne was invited to
pronounce the benediction. Char
leston was selected by the com
mittee on time and place after
much pleasant rivalry and close
oompetion with Gaffney, as the
place for the next convention.
1 \% acres of land in town sf Edge
field, West End, on Jeter Street. Price
$300. w. N. Burnett, Beal Estate
Agent,
I have for sale some genuine King
Cotton Seed, second year's planting.
Apply at Penn's Drag Store or td
ABNER BROADWATER.
The Eminent Kidney
and Bladder Specialist.
Elo Laboratory.
There is a disease prevailing in thia
-country most dangerous because so decep
tive. Many sudden deaths are caused by
it-heart disease, pneumonia, heart failure
or apoplexy are often the result of kidney
disease. If kidney trouble ls allowed to ad
vance the kidney-poisoned blood will attack
the vital organs, or the kidneys themselves
break down and waste away cell by cell.
Then the richness of the blood-the albumen
-leaks out and the sufferer has Bright's
Disease, the worst form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the new dis
covery ls the true specific for kidney, bladdei
and urinary troubles. It has cured thousand?
of apparently hopeless cases, after all othei
efforts have failed. At druggists in flfty-cenl
and dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent free
by mall, also a book telling about Swamp
Root and its wonderful cures. Addresi
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. anc
mention this paper.
? in iii H mi i un.I in i n
J THE NATIONAL BMOF AUGUSTA
I L. C. HAYNS, Prfcs't P. 0. FORD, Cashier.
Capita!, $250,000.
Undivided Profila } $110,000.
Facilities of oar magnificent Nev Yanlt
containing 410 t-afoty-Locx Bosos. Differ
ent Sises am offered to our patrons and
tho public at $3.00 to 910.00 per Annntn,
THOS. J. ADAMS PROPRIETOR.
IBB
PLANTERS
LOAN AND
SAVINGS
BANK.
AUGUSTA, GA.
Hjt Intewtt
oa Deposits,
Aocounts
Solicited,
L. O. HATITB,
President.
W. O. WABDLAW,
Cashier.
VOL. LXV. NO. 15.
FOR SALE.
For sale in town of Edgefield, four
acres land with two-story 14-room
dwelling: house thereon, centrally lo
cated. Suitable for hotel or boarding
house. ; . , ... ?
485 acres desirable farm lands with J
six good frame tenant dwellings and !
six mules, 150 acres in cultivation, all [
fresh cleared. Price $2,200. Terms
liberal. Apply to W. CT. BurnettyReal I
Estate Agent. .
. A seven-room, 2-story house on Gray
street,in the town of Edgefield; good
servants, and other outhouses;, also
[goodwell of water, with 40 acres of
land. Reasonable terms.
Also ISO acres of land, in town of
Edgefleid, with modern up-to-date
dwelling house,-a number of good out
houses. Everything in apple-pie or
der. This is, perhaps, *;he most valui*
property in the town all things con
sidered, and will be sold at a bargain.
Also the Griffin Hill place, Addison
street, seven-room house, with 21 J?
acres of land, with necessary ou?
houses and good well of water. A
bargain.
Also avery desirable nine-room, 2
I story house in Westert Edgefield with
sev??n acres of land attached, for sale
or rent.
Apply in person or by letter to ;
W. N. BURNETT,
EEA1 ESTATE AGENT.
IE Self eiert & CD
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freight chantra. THE PARLOR CEM laoao or the moat DORARLE
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BOY'S SUITS from $3.00 to $12.00.
The Hat and Furnishing Departments are complete. Our Children's
Department his been refurnishing and the stock of clothing is better
than ever. We extend a special invitation to the ladies.
CHILDREN'S SUITS $1.75. SPECIAL SCHOOL SUIT $3.00.
If you oannot come write us, prompt attention to all orders. We pay
the expressage to you.
I.C.LEVY'SSON ? CO.,
T?lLOf?-f/T CLOTHIERS J?UGUSTA GA
REJUOTAL.
PP. P. W.
HAS REMOVED TO .
207 7TH ST., ' AUGUSTA, GA.
Whfre he will still continue to
give his
FREE EYE] TESTS
For all defects of sight. Grind
any shape and '? style of lense
while yo?'wa?t.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Tells if you need glasses, rest or
he ocu,:ar..
928 Broad Street,
AUGUSTA, OA
PLATES, - $5.00 UP
GOLD CROWNS, . 5.00 "
AMALGAM PILLINGS 50
N. B.--On $10 worth of work we will
pay railroad fare both ways when the
distance is not greatei than twenty
live miles from Augusta.
DR. P. D LUXEMBURGER.

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