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MASH IT FLAT !
The Hon. John J. McMahan,
State Superiutendent of Educa
tion, is ont in a strong paper op
posing the mooted project of dis
continuing State campaign meet
ings. Mr. McMahan is right, em
phaticall}- right, and we hope our
County Conventioi which meets
next Monday will take up this
proposed new departure and mash
The following list of Census
Enumerators for Edgefield county
has been furnished us by Census
Supervisor D. H. Russell :
Blocker-John R Timmerman.
Collins-J C Whatley.
Colliers-A A Glover.
Talbert-G H Seigier.
. Meriwether-H L Bunch.
Moss-L R Brunson.
Pickers-J A Timmerman.
Picken s-H C Watson.
Town of Edgefield-C A Griffin.
Plum Branch-IS E Freeland.
Johnston-J W Hardy.
Washington-L F Dorn.
Wise-J M M>ys.
. Elmwood-J M Bell, Jr.
Wards-S W Scott.
The compensation in rural dis
tricts will be 2?c per capita, I7?c
for each farm, 20c for each indus
trial plant, and 5c for each death
reported between May 31st, 1S99, :
and June 1st, 1900. In the towns
the compensation will be 2c per
capita in addition to the other
rates, or rather including the
other rates, and oe for each barn,
which means anything that en
closes an animal except a dog. The
necessary supplies and instruc
tions to the enumerators will be
sent out in May.
South Carolina's naval militia
will get $2,276 from the government
Mr. C. L. Winkler, of Camden,
is a candidate for Lieutenant
Governor. Mr. Winkler is a son
of the late Dr. E. T. Winkler, a
noted Baptist preacher of ante
There is a man in Hamilton
County, Ohio, who has run for a
couutoy office twenty-one
successive times and been defeat
ed every time. He says it begins
to look a little blue and that five
or six more defeats will lead him
to pause and consider.
In his speech in the Senate
against the bill for the payment of
Southern cotton claims, Senator
Chandler, as reported, declared
that "it had cost the United States
Government $600,000,000 to carry
the civil war to a conclusion, and
he thought it well to place this
little pittance as a set off against
that enormous expenditure." It
was a poor argument for a business
man. If the Senator will reckon
up how much the Government and
his section have made I y the war
at the expense of the South, he
will find that they paid $600,000,
000 for the stolen cotton, and as
much more on other like a ac
counts.-News and Courier.
Mrs. Wilson Burned to Death.
Habana, April 28.-The wife of
"Maj. Gen. James H. Wilson,
miltary governor of the department
of Matanzas-Santa Clara, died this
afternoon from the effects of the
br*rn8 accidentally received this
morning while driving with her
daughter. While alighting from
her carriage, Mrs. Wilson stepped
ona match ignited her dress.
She was terribly burned, and
although everything was done to
relieve her sufferings, ehe died
about 3 p.m. Gov. Gen. Chaffee
and Adjt. Gen. Richards tele
graphed condolences and greal
sympathy is expressed by every
one, Cubans and Americans alike,
for the Wilson family.
A Civil Request.
An old woman observing a sailor
going to her door and supposing il
tob** her son, cried out to him
"Billy, where is my cow gone;
The' sailor replied in a con
temptuous man ner, "Gone to the
d-1, for what I know/'
"Well, as you are going thal
way," said the old woman, "I wist
you would just let down the bars.'
TERRIBLE TEXAS FLOODS.
Damage Over Three Millions
The Whole .State Covered
New, Orleans in Better
Dallas, Texas, April 28-The
floods show no signs of receding.
On the contrary, most of the Texas
rivers are rising. A Fort Worth
telegram says the Trinity river is
overflowed, doing much dp nage.
The people are alarmed ior the
safety of the waterworks, which
are seriously threatened.
A nine foot rise is sweeping
down from the head waters of the
Trinity. This will cause a big
overflow in the vicinity of Dallas
and Fort Worth by to-night.
A bulletin from Waco says the
list of dead will reach fifteen per
The loss by flood and hurricane
since yesterday is from three to
five milliou dollars.
Another storm is predicted.
The property damage in the city
exceeds $150,000. Telegraph lines
are gone, isolating more than one
half of the State. Railroad move
ments are absolutely suspended
south of Dallas on almost every
line in the State. A bulletin from
Galveston says : "The government
weather map shows that the whole
State was visited by yesterday's
storm, with the greatest precipita
tion in Temple and Waco, being 6
Three boys were caught in a
boat in Galveston bay and are be
lieved to be drowned.
The streets of Galveston are to
day flooded from curb to curb by
the tremendous rain of last night.
New Orleans-The officials of
the Queen and Crescent railroad
to-day announced that all trains
over their lines would run from
this city through the recently
flooded districts on schedule time
to-day. These are the first traius
of New Orleans over this road since
a week ago last Wednesday.
Galveston-Another storm to
last two days is predicted by -the
government weather bureau and
the Brazos valley ia expected to be
flooded from Waco to the gulf.
The water at Sealy is now up \o
che highest point reached in the
disastrous flood of last July.
Bad Blood-Gore Free !
Bad Blood; causes Blood and Skin
Diseases,, Eruptions, Pimples, Scrofu
la, Eating Sores, Ulcers, Cancer, Ecze
ma, Skin Scabs, Eruptions and Sores
on Children, Rheumatism. Catarrh,
Itching Humors, Etc. For these trou
bles a positive specific cure is found in
B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm), the
most wonderful blood purifier of the
age. It lias been thoroughly tested
for past thirty years and has always
cured even the most deep-seated, per
sistent 'jases, after doctors and patent
medicines bad all failed. B. B. ?. cures
by driving out of the blood the poi
sons and humors which cause all
these troubles,and acure is thus made
that is permanent. Contagious Blood
Poison, producing Eruptions, Swollen
Glands, Ulcerated Throat and Mouth,
Etc., cured by B. B. B, the only reme
dy that can actually cure this trouble.
At druggists. $1 per large bottle; six
large bottles (full treatment) $5. B.
B. B. is an honest remedy that- makes
real cures. To test B^B. B. write for
Free Trial Bottles which will be sent
prepaid. Medical advice Free. Ad
dress Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga.
The snake-eating monstrosity
was the sensation.
"It is no fake,"-it is legitimate,"
the spieler's cry was true.
The imbecile unfortunate did
eat snakes-he did let venomous
reptiles strike him. Strong men
fainted at the sight. Women who
went there expecting to see some
kind of fake, rushed horrified from
Yesterday afternoon the show
had moved. It was given out on
the street that Ea-Saw had been
taken ill-that his management
did not know how to attend him
and had hurried him of to some
distant city where there was some
one who would know what to do
for the creature.
As a matter of faot the thing
was so repugnant that the people
began making it too hot for the
management and the pulled up
stakes. It is understood that the
show has gone to Chattanooga,
where a street fair goes on uuxt
. " Before my
wife began using
she could hardly
get around. I do
not think she
it now. She has
used it for two
months and it is
a great help "to
her. She does
withput trouble. "
is an external liniment for expectant
mothers to use. It gives them
strength to attend to their household
duties almost to the hour of confine
ment. It is the one and only prepara
tion that overcomes morning sickness
and nervousness^ It is the only
remedy that relaxes and relieves the
strain. It is the only remedy thal
makes labor short and delivery easy.
It is the only remedy that puts the
breasts in condition so that swelling
or rising is impossible. Don't take
medicines internally. They endangei
the lives of both mother and child.
Mother's Friend ls sold by druggists for $1.
Send for onr free Illustrait J book.
The Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga
Everything* that will make your home comfortable'
and attractive, and at prices to please those
ot very moderate means.
Our stock of Brass and Enameled
Beds are new in design, low in price,
and can be used with Qolden Oak,
Hahogany, Bird's Eye Maple and
white enameled Dressers, Wash
stands, French Dressing Tables
Urge Double Beds, light and dark finish.$2, $2.50, $3
Bedroom Suits, solid Oak.$13.50, $15, $20
Wardrobes.$0 to $85
Chifoniers.$6.7 5 to $35
Brass and Enameled Beds,
$4-95 to $25.
Dressers.$4 to $35
Washstands.$1.75 to $20
ODD' PIECES PARLOR FURNITURE AT CLOSING OUT PRICES.
Ladies' Writing Desks,]
Side Tables, Sideboards,
Office Roll Top Desks Hall Racks
Rockers and Chairs for Bedrooms, Dining
Rooms, Parlors, Halls and everywhere, in
endless variety, at prices that will please the
pocket-50c. to $8.00 each. * '.
Polished Golden Oak or Mahogany finished
Rockers $3.95 each, worth $5.
Reduction in Sewing Maclaines.
IDEAL NEW HOME (complete with all attachments) $25, $35, $45
Reliable DOMESTIC " " " 25, 40, 50
150 SECOND-HAND MACHINES.each 5, 10, 12
MUSIC FOR THE HOME.
No home is attractive without it.
"?fiex is guaranteed for a life
Farrand & Votey's
celebrated Organs for
parlor, church and lodge. If you have not all
the money, we will make terms to suit.
BABY CABS, $4.75 to $50. GO-CARTS, $2,50 to $25
^ SPECIAL, SALE. ?
Rugs, Art Squares and Lace Curtains.
34 x 58 inch Union fringed Rugs.48c; worth 85c.
20 x 46 inch Smyrna " fibre Rugs.69c; " $1.00
30 x 60 inch " " " " . $1.10; " 1.75
36 x 72 inch " " " " . 1.60; " 2.50
200 rolls Spring Mattings, 40 yards each.$3.95 and $6
500 pairs Lace Curtains.29c, 50c, 68c and 75c pair
100 high grade SOUDANS, with guaranteed tires, $19.75; worth $35
AGENTS FOR BEST FITTING STANDARD PATTERNS.
706 to 710 Broadway, Augusta, Ga.
Free Elevator running to upper doors.
A Missionary Bishop Sides W
British in Fight;Against Bor i
New York, April 29.-Bis!
Hartsell, the missionary biel
to Africa of the Method
Episcopal church in this conni
preached this morning at
Paul's M. E. church. He arri'
in New York Saturday, hav
just returned from a tour throt
Weet and South Afiica.
Speaking of the situation
Africa Bishop Hartsell expresi
satisfaction over the success
thre9 great powors, Englai
France and Germany, in parceli
out the dark continent, withe
wars resulting among the natic
of Europe. He said :
"England-God bless her-t
friend of missions every whe
with Germany and France, a
some of the smaller powers,
bringing the influence of stroi
just government to bear in regio
which never ^^ew law befo
Only recently a German official
high rank murdered his nati
girl servant. He was tried ai
sentenced to some punishmei
The sentence was submitted
the Kaiser, and he refused
sanction it, because the ponai
was not sufficiently-severe. A fe
yoars ago nothing would have bee
'done about such a murder at a
but now the German emperor fee
that his standing as a Christie
monarch requires that justice I
Bishop Hartsell was also great
pleased with the extension of tl
railways. Some mau, the bishc
described as "one of greatest me
of the times," had shown him tl
plans for next year's extension
to be constructed on the profite <
this year. The bishop told tt
gentleman that he would pray fe
him. The bishop did not ea
that the man referred to was Ceci
Rhodes, but those who listene
to his remarks seemed to thin
that Rhodes waB the man mean
I In a few years, the bishop addec
one would be able to take a palac
car at Cepe Town and go righ
straight through 5,000 miles t
the Mediterranean. The countr
bad the riebest diamond an<
richest gold mines in the worh
and the results would enable th
missionaries to carry the gospel ti
millions of black men who now, ii
their bewilderment, regard thesi
: arteries of trade merely as "whiti
I man's foolishness."
Speaking of the South Africai
' war, he said : "Don't be alarm?e
I about that war. It is simply om
of the incidents in the history o:
' the continent. The Boers as ?
people are not fighting the British
! Only a small fringe at the north ii
; disaffected. Premier Sentinel
. takes pride in his loyalty to the
' queen. Out of that war will come
uuity. I see it clearly, a unity
based on grounds of mutual respect
ThP Boers in Cape Colony are fai
. . better off than thoee of the north
10c. 15c, 25c, 35c, and 50c. Y
75c to $8.00 ENG!
SPECIAL ATTENTION 61
626 BR0AD STREE
and those who are now fighting
will be far better off when they
are living under a truly republican
form of goverment which they
don't have now."
World's Greatest Gun.
Washington, D. C., April 25.
The gun that will shoot 20.76
miles has been successfully jacket
ed at Watervliet, and will now
progress to completion. It will be
the most powerful piece of or
dnance in the world, 126 tone. Its
length with be 49 feet 6 inches;
the diameter of the breech, 6 feet
2 incheei the size of the bore, 16,
inches. Theoretical range of the
piece will be 20.67 miles; weight
of projectile, 2370 pounds. The
projectile intended for the big gun
is 64 inches long, and the powder
charge consists of 1060 pounds.
The powder will cost $265 and
the projectile $600, so . that the
cost of every discharge, exclusive
of wear and tear on the gun and
tbe pay of the peoplo employed
in its manipulations, will be $865.
The projectile,' with its initial
velocity of 2600 feet a second,
will penetiato wrought iron to the
depth of 41.6 inches. To attain
its maximum rang9 the projectile
will reach an elevation of five
miles, and the pressure on the gun
at the time of its discharge will
be 36,000 pounds to the oquare
Although the gun is of mon
strous proportions it is put to
gether with the nicety of a delicate
instrument, and the difference
between the outside radius of the
jacket, which was shrunk on last
week, was only 6-100ths of an inch
after the jacket bad been heated.
The jacket, weighing thirty tons,
was lifted while bot from the
furnace and swung up over the
gun and then lowered into place.
Owing to Shortage.
Little Willie-"The Bible B8ys|
there will be co marrying in
heaven. I wonder why?"
Little Emma-"I don't know,
unless it's because there won't be
euough men to go round."
TO CS TCITTl
and wo wilt
?end you thl3 Violin Outfit I fi^??i??i;?~~Pi?
by express C. O. D. subject
to exam] nation. This violin
U A Genuine Stradlvarlaa Xodrl, made of old wood, curly
mcple bick and sidos, top of seasoned pine, specially
(elected for violins, edjee inlaid with purding, bett quality
ebony OnWhed trliaailnjra. TJ?lS IS A REGULAR 38.00
?IOLIH, beautifully finished, hifrhfy polished, with?pico
la ton? q:u? Itv. Completo Wi th a genuine Braid wood Toort*
model bu?, 1 ?nra wt of sirius?, a oral, nell made ?Jolla
ewe, lar?Aple,'f of rotln, and one of tim bett common MU
Inttruellun bouk? pMlahti? YUUCAXKXi.tll.tltlTatyour
? oxpro? oltice, and if found exactly as repr?sent?e! and
'.bo emili vt bargain jou orer saw or beard of. pay the ex
ir.j* ff|r?ntS3.73 lessthoWcent deposlc,or?3.2?and
.?,irc?>cbarr/r-?, auil the ootilt la Toara.
SPECIAL PREMIUM OFFER. ***itrjitor*
? ip companied liv ca?h la
all wo wlllirlvtfniii.Mlfrednngrrtoard chart, which Can be
-Ijiuictd tv any violin witliou; cbaiiiclnir the instm
i eut un i ? ill inore ? valuable ?rulileto beginner...and
?e ....Jil nU:> KV.r,w the Inj ir.itni'utto boreturncdartero
' -.ys'tiis.1 if not found entirely fiiti-foctory in every
.spri.t. P.IUfifl'lM mtai mifrril cr ninney refunded la fuli.
?dims, SsAftS; H?EBUCK SCO. (Inc.)Chicago.
..lUPS. COKSrCE k (0. are (borj-jiblj reIlsblc...Edltor.J
GEO. T. SHARPTON,
?&EFIEIJI), S, C
Front Boom in Chronicle B'ld'g.
I respectfully solicit I Ju ^atronase of
I for acceptable (deas.
State If patented.
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per annum. Samples free.
rts ! Hearts!
oar Initials Engraved Free.
.TEN TO MAIL OKDEKS.
it, AH6?STA, SA.
I will be a candidate for re-election
to Contrress from the Second Congres
sional District subject to the rules and
regulations of the democratic party.
W. JASPER TALBERT.
HOUSE OF REPRNSENTATIVES.
I am a candidate for re-election to
the House of Representatives. I will
abide the result of the primary and
will support the nominees of the party.
N. G. EVANS.
I am a candidate for the lower
House of Kepresetative. I will abide
the result of the primary election and
support the nominees. .
.P. B. MAYSON.
Thereby announce that I am a can
didate for Sheriff of Edgefleld county.
I will abide the result of the primary
and support the nominees of the dem
ROBERT L. DUNOVANT.
Superintendent of Education.
1 hereby announce myself as a can
didate for Superintendent of Educa
tion of Edgefleld County. I will abide
the result of the democratic primary
and support the nominees of the party.
JAS. T. 31 I MS.
I am a candidate for the office of Au
ditor of Edgefleld county. I will abide
the results of the democratic primary
and support all the nominees of the
party. HENRY C. WATSON.
1 am a candidate for Countv Treas
urer. I will support all the nominees
of the party and abide the result of the
CHRIS M. WILLIAMS.
I am a candidate for the office of
County Treasurer, will abide by the
result of the primary and 'uppurt all
the nominees. S. B. MAYS.
. COUNTY SUPERVISOR.
I am acandidate for County Super
visor. I will abide 'he result of the
democratic primary and support the
nominees of the party.
J. M. BELL. JR.
Iain a candidate for County Super
visor subject to the Democratic pri
mary. I will support all the nominees
of the party, myself included,
B. F. GLANTON.
To the Voters of Edgi field County :
I am * candidate for Coroner of the
grand old county of Eilgelield. I had
rather be Coroner ?han President.
Elect me and I will love and serve you
well. Ami will.as I always hu ve ?lone,
abide the result of the primary,
With high regard, yours truly,
The experiments of modern phy
sicians and 'scientists have
established the fact that many of
the germs of disease enter the body
by the inhalation of air laden with
bacteria or microbes. The^e germs
are very pmall but their work is
deadly. Still many of them are
comparatively harmless in health ;
but as soon as an organ is diseased
it is attacked. The experimete
of Koch and others have shed much
light upon this important subject
But up to the present time the
culture of bacteria appears to have
met with much better success than
tbei . destruction. . As we can do
so little to destroy these minute
enemies, is not tli6 most sensible
course to strengthen and revitalize
the system so that it may repel
and resift their destructive, in
fluence, and doee it not seem Vr ry
fitting that the revitalizing element
should enter the body through
inhalation of oxgen which is at
-ince a revitalizer and germicide?
The experience of years and the
testimony of thousands phow
Compound Oxygen to be the agent
If you wish further information
write u.s and we will send you, free
cf charge abundant evidence.
Send for book of two hundred
pages, with records and
testimonials of surprising cures
ofvariouj forms of disease and
and debilty. It will cost you noth
ing to Convince houreelf.
Home Treatment is sent out by
express, to be used at home.
Office Treatment ie administered
here. Consultation free.
DRS. STARKEY & PALEN,
1112 Girard Street, Philadelphia,Pa
! PP. P. Fl WPM
HAS REMOVED TO
207 7TH ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
; Where he will still continue to
FREE EYES TESTS
For all defects of sight. Grind
any shape and style of lenee
while you wait.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Tells if you need glasses, rest or
Honesty is the Best Policy.
onest prices, and
ouest dealings will
Snrcly bring success.
The last days of thc nineteenth century show
nothing mora clearly.
We believe this fact, and our words demon
strate our belief. Our goods are warranted to
be exactly as represented; that is honest. Our
goods are guaranteed to give satisfaction, that is
honest, lt any article of jewelry of our manu
facture does not give perfect satisfaction, we
will refund the money paid for the articles; that
too is honest.
W. R. PARKS & SON,
PARKSVILLE, 8. C.*
has a complete assortment of goods in store for
sale at prices that defy competition. These
goods are made from rolled gold plate, gold
ulled, gold front, or solid gold stock, and are
warranted to give perfect satisfaction or the
money will be refunded.
If this notice should reach any one living too
far from Parks & Son's store, or any other cus
tomer of ours, lo permit their purchasing these,
goods from onr customer, we will sell the goods
at retail lo MI. h persons, under the same war
ranty and deliver hy mail. We will also send
printed instructions as to the care of jewery
now to clean it, ute, on applicstion.
W. F. Main Co., Eastern Factory.
Cor. Friendship and Eddy Stn.,
Providence, R. I.
?Western Factory (Largest Jewelry Factory in
the world), under process of construction at
East Iowa City, Ia. Over 52,000 ft. of floor space.
Li AT HALF PRICE.
lt you want nt to make te
your HEA8ERX and ORDER
kLASTTC GOODS hr tko REUB?
AND COai Or VARICOSE VEI5S,
WEAK. SWOLUS OB TOCKS*
s ATKD LT?B8, CORFULKBCT,
v ABDOHIHAL WXAI5KSS OB
. TUBOR, state your habit,
- waight and ss?, state number
of tnches around body or
limb at each letter shown In
rut and send to us with our
SPECIAL FRICK. We will maka
tho (roods to ord or (rom tho
T.17 r.n.it frat* robber ?laill?
nttrrltl, guarantee a ptrftet Et i.nd
u?r you do not And lt perfectly
? satisfactory and equal to goods
" others (ret double tho price for.
'? return at our expense and we will
ref und'your money.
OUR SPECIAL PRICE M
eimile thlRh ?tocllas, atol. $7. Mi
think loggias, c to I, ?e.o<fi Ulfk
0 to 1, ?2.50| kaw ttotUajr,
A loti, iS.OOi knee lrrfiBjr, CU fl,
i M.OOi ka.? t.p. 15 U fl, M,00|
1 ir?rl-r .loeklnr. A to*, ?fcOQ' g.Hat
lcirtl.t, em aj.PQi wMwi A Uv,
0.9.OO1 abdominal brit, KUM, ?10,00. ('OTTOS TXASTIfJ
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Rapporter, mode of Bott lisle thread, lntorworen witt
protected rubber thread, 8 Inrhti wide, ?3.00t 10 tasks*,
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SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., (Ino.), CHICAGO, OU
In all ?elils of human endeavor there is alwa3's one mao or one
lirm which rises to the top and overshadows the rest. There are oth?r
prominent and reliable men in the same lines, but one stands head
and shoulders above them all.
Tn the Drama-Shakespeare.
It is so in the Lumber trade. In the State of Georgia, we are
unquestioned leaders. We have built up a great establishment iu tho
mauufactufe of Doors. Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Rough and Dressed
Lumber, Shingles, Laths and all kinds of Ornamental Woodwork. Our
supremacy has been attained by conscientious and painstaking en
deavor to satisfy our customers in every respect whatever-to treat
them courteously-to fill their orders promptly-TO GIVE THEM
MORE FOR THEIR MONEY THAN THEY CAN GET ELSE
WHERE. Ne\er since our organization have we put qualities below
the danger limit in order to sell at what are said to be "cheap" ,?rices.
Wfi.have just one object in this advertisement-WE WANT TO
INDELIBLY FIX OUR NAME IN YOUR MEMORY-to turn it in
-so that when anything in our line is wanted, the first firm you will
h ink about writing for prices and information will be the
A?8?STA LWBER 00MPANY,
Feier L Brenner I Co,
And Other Musical Instruments.
840 BROAD STREET,
(OLD AUGUSTA MUSIC HOUBK.)
Orders for tuning promptly attended to.
? BW^ay^- ? W8 will ?tend you OUR HIGH
GRADE pROP CABINET BURDICK SEWING MACHIHE ?r rrti(bt,C.O.D..abjecttu%x"iaui^
Uun. ?ou eau exam?nele at your nearest freight depot and If fo
perfeeUy setlifsetorr, exactly as represented, eau?! to mir binn other?
u hl(h u COO. 00, and Tili GIUUTK3T BASUMS IOU
VXTJll^l Special Offer Price $15.50
satisfied. We tell different nudte* ud grideaof Bewiaf Baehlaeeat 18.60,
810.00, fl 1.00, (13.00 and ap, all fully described in our Free Bewlur
Baehloe Catalogne, but $1?. SO for this DBOP DESE C A3 IN ET BI BD1CI ls
the greatest value ever offered by any house.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
Usements.ctlering unknown mattala*? under various names, with varions In
ducement*. Write lome friend InChJee*-o and ?earn who ?re reliable md who ?re not
? IHK IBUKUivr. KYIRY GOOD POI?TOP KV?RT HIGH
========= ABADE BACHIX! BADI. WITH TH1
" jjSSjrMftW^^SOiTE. Mode by the,
? ""^from the best Material morney
caa bay. .. - '?
SOLID QUARTER SAWED mwmmQ&l**!*:
cloted (bead droppin?; frota ?1 ?ht ) to bs) used Aa a amii* ubi?, ?iud .
or desk, the other open with full lentrthuble and head la place for
se win?. 4 faaey craw??, latest 1 soo akthtta fnaU. carr sd, paneled, em
bot?cd *^d decorated cabinet flnlah, flnect nickel dra war pul la, rasta OB (our .
casters, adjustable treadle. r*nuln? Smyth iron stand, 7u.it lars* ni**. ir?
k*ad, positive four moUon feed, self threading vibrating shuttle,automata!
bobbin winder, adjustable bearings, patent tension ll berator.improved loo**
wheel, adjusubte pressure foot, improved shuttle carrier, patent Beedie bar,
patent dress guard, h..c la hudtomsij d?**rni*d and *cmaas*?it*d aa? keaauruilj
nickel trimmed. C UAR ANTEE D tb? li? bust ronnie, saest dur?bl. t*? utml
?ol,.].., machia*sande. Beary han ttUekssaat ts fanJaked and our Tree In
struction Book talla just how anyon e can run lt and do either piala er any
J kind of fancy work. A lO-YMn* Wa*Us*G*araaU*l* sent with every maehlae.
- J' ?"""!. >-?a*|T COSTS YOU NOTHING *??-a-d*i*-U.i?k. ..cala*, oom pare it wi th
?0O.OO, and then If convinced that you are paring ?25.00: to ?0.00, pay your freight agent th? 810 DO
\TX Til UKTras TOCE eii.,0 If at an- time within three month* you ?ay yon ar* not satisfied. OH)aa TO-SAT
DON'T DELAY. (Sean, Roebuck A Co. are thoroughly reliable.-Editor.)
Address, SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.) Chicago. 111.
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WM WILS, ?mo
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FOUR FULL QUARTS
OF PADGETTS SEVEN-TEAS OU?
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We ship on approval, lo plain bons, with
no mark* to Indicara contenta. Whan you
racalva it and tost lt, int ts not satisfactory
return it at OUT 0xpensa anti tv? witt rature
Vwon Savtatj* Batik. Dun. aa? Bnsdsueot, et as*
business koo** ia A af asta, Ga.
p A P. PADGETT.
IOOI Broad Street . ?UCVmTK. GR