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T?'06. J. ADAMS,.EDITOR
WEDNESDAY? SEPT. 25,1901
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Write for terms.
Edgefield, S. C.
Theodore Roosevelt was
born in New York city Oc
tober 27th, 1858.
"It is a poor rule that will
not work both ways." Wars
make presidents and presi
dents make wars.
The Chester Lantern con
tained last week one of the
best articles we have read on
the subject of lynch law.
In the window of a New
York saloon appears a sign
containing this : "All Nations
Welcome Here (but Carrie)".
, From a romantic and nov
elistic standpoint President
Roosevelt started life with
two great handicaps-wealth
! and ill health.
Roosevelt is an author, sol
dier, statesman and president.
He held office under the ad
ministration of Presidents
Harrison and Cleveland.
President Roosevelt obtain
ed his name from the Dutch,
from the Scotch his obstinacy,
from the French his impetu
osity, and from the Irish his
gift of tongue.
Theodore Roosevelt is the
youngest president we have
-~ had and has twice been mar
ri^ qnrl hoc more children
-, I ' S?t - *r*.:* - t..y~i?.:. ,'H!'".> .
; rr.-^rs..L:. - -... ^T fo
trial commenrr? ?i^ii rr^p'^j
morning. The assassin refuses
to speak when questioned by
When inkless prinitng be
comes a permanent success
the office towel must go, as
electricity will not furnish the
neccessary dye to give it its
distinctive character. We
have lots to be thankful for
even if we work near hell and
with the devil and live on pie.
This is better than the prom
ises of delinquents ?
One of the newest special
ties in Paris this season is the
hand-painted hat. What will
the milliner's bill cost, will be
disturbing the men as the sea
son advances. We expected j
this. The ladies dye their
hair and paint and powder
their faces, and it is natural
they should want their hats to
share in the glory. But God
bless them, we love them yet.
The Graniteville News is
suffering the discomforts of an
attack of "melon-colic." We
knew the editor*was disabled
from some cause, for no one
would have accused Mr. Mc
Kinley of being an anarchist
and rascal, unless he had not
a case of some sort of "colic."
As his beard grows may his
mind broaden and enable him
to see Hie better qualities of a
fellow-citizen, instead of try
ing to see the imperfections of
. Some newspapers have al
ready condemned our new
president and expressed fears
of his administration. As to
.his following Mr. McKin
ley's policy, it is impossible to
do that. He may try to, but
who knows what his policies
may have been had he lived
a year or so longer ? We, as
southern people have too little
confidence in the chief mag
istrate. We are too ready to
express disapproval and find
fault before we have any just
cause for so doing. Let us
withhold these little criticism
and try to see something in
ihe president beside faults. '
' 7 Union Meetings
The Union meeting of the Sec
ond Division ol the Edgefield as
sociation will convenu with the
Antioch Baptist church of Christ
'on Saturday before the fifth Sun
day in September, 1901, at 10 a. m.
Missionary Sermon, by Rev J
Query No. 1. 11 What should be
the greatest work of our church ?"
T Garrett Talbert, speaker.
I No. 2. u Is it the duty of every
church member to attend the reg
ular meetings of this church?"
C E Quarles, speaker.
No. 3. "Duty of Cultivating
Brotherly Love aud the benefits to
be derived therefrom." Rev P B
No. 4. "The Holy Spirit in
Conviction." Rev J T Littlejohn,
No, 5. "The Holy Spirit in
Conversion." L D White, speaker.
L F DORN, S E FREELAND,
Moderator. Sec'y & Treas.
The union meeting of-1st divis
ion meets next Saturday with the
Mountain Creek Baptist church.
Organizasion at ll o'clock, aftor
which adjourn for dinner.
Saturday afternoon-Sermon by
Rev W D Entzminger.
Sunday ?ll am - Missionary
sermon bp Rev G H Burton ; al
ternate, Rev P P Blalock
Sunday Afternoon- Discussion
of queries :
1st. What effect has the mod
ern round social dance upon the
Spiritual Development of Christi
an churches ? 0 Sbepparda and F
N K Bailey.
2d. What is the duty cf a church
in regard to its irregular and non
attendant members ? Revs J E
Johnson and W D Eutztmugor.
3d. Which one of our missions,
state, home, or foreign, is of larg
est importance to the cause and
Kingdom of Christ ? Rev J H
Peary, J M Rambo.
T E BYRD, J B MATHEWS,
Letter from D. A. Tompkins.
WASHINGTON, Sept, 7, 1901.
I am sending out some
pamphlets on the subject of
good roads, which will give
more fully than I could write
my views. I hope very much
that the movement at Edge
field will be the inauguration
of a system of regular road
working, and of a special tax
to pay the cost of the same.
To do this would be to make a
very distinct advance for the
county. No c?unty in the
United States has abandoned
the old and adopted the new
system, of a special tax and
ocular work on the roads,
, \ -I it ad vantage
i.'t this is in
. -...rt st I more diie
There are four elements
necessary to the success and
progress of the people. These
ist. Good Churches, 2d.
Good Schools. 3d. Good
Saving Institutions. 4th.
These develop (1) Chris
tian character; (2) Intelli
gence; (3) Thrift and Econ
omy; (4) Social and Com
mercial Intercourse. The re
sult of these is always success
(SIGNED) Very truly,
D. A TOMPKINS.
Committees Appointed for the
Woman's Work, Etc,
The members af the com
mittee to secure an exhibit of
Woman's Work for Edge
field county for the Exposi
rion at Charleston are :
Mesdames Thos. H Rains
ford, KateWigfall Cheatham,
JC Sheppard, J B Haltwang
er, J R Tompkins, Miss Lucy
Dugas and Miss Eliza Mims,
of Edgefield ; Mrs. James H
White and Mrs. Charles F
Pecham, of Johnston; Miss
Addie Hughes, of Trenton;
Miss Minnie McKie, Wood
lawn ; Mis, Eva Lewis Stev
ens, Meeting Street; Mrs. J
C Morgan, Parksville.
Each member of the com
mittee is to go to work right
away and solicit exhibits of
all kinds of woman's work,
and^all the ladies are urged to
contribute something, as it
should be a representative ex
hibit. The articles may be
sent to any member of the
committee, who will take
charge of them until time for
shipment. Contributions of
money are solicited from all
persons of the county to de
fray expenses of freight, dec
oration of space, and all fix
tures, such as necessary coun
ters for valuable articles, and
also for keeping exhibits free
from dust and in order. This
will be done by exposition au
thorities at a small cost.
By an oversight I. C. Levy's
Sou & Co.'s ad was not chaDged.
Go to Augusta and buy a suit from
bim and we'll change it next week.
On Sunday night, September 8,
1901, at ll o'clock, the spirit of
Mrs Alice Hammond, wife of Mr
Tommie Hammond, took its flight
from this world to dwell with Jesus
in that world beyond.
All that a loving and devoted
husband,-skilled physicians and
sympathizing friends could do was
! done for her recovery, but all in
va,n| She had served her time on
earth and, like Paul, was "ready
to be offeredAup."
It was the sweet privilege of the
writer to be with her in her last
illness, and hear her talk about
her departure. She did it with so
much calmness and Christian for
titude. Never a murmur or com
plasnt escaped her lips, but she of
ten said sLe was willing to lie on
her bed of affliction just as long as
her heavenly father saw fit. None
that stood around her death-bed
could doubt the reality of the
Since the death of her dear sis
ter a year ago, she seemed im
pressed that her time on earth was
short, and that she must be ready
when the summons came, and in
deed she was ready.
Her pastor, Rev J T Littlejohn,
conducted her funeral services at
the Red Hill church. His text
was: "There remaineth therefore
a rest for the people of God."
All our hearts go out in sympa
thy for the husband and children.
May God, in His loving kind
ness, comfort them, and grant that
they may meet her again on that
ONE WHO LOVED HER.
AN ENDOWED COLLEGS
Buildings and property $250,000.00.
Thirty college and university train
ed teachers. 427 students from twen
Standard of scholarship equal to the
best colleges for men. A. 6.and A. M.
Modern Buildings-Fine appoint
ments in Library, Laboratories, Gym
nasium, Society Halls. Conservatory
of music. Campus 55 aores.
Influences, religious and refining.
Limited number of scholarships.
Next sesi''-n begins Sept. 25th. 1901.
Write ior catalogue to President
Spartanburg, S, C,
State ot' South Carolina-Edge
field County-Court of Common
Pleas. H. P. Lowe, in his own
right, and aB guardian ad letem,
against Tom Gray and Lucretia
"PURSUANT to the decree in thia
.** cause I will offer for sale at
public outcry, before the Court
House in town of Edgefield, and
State of South Carolina, on the
first Monday in October, 1901, the
same being the 7th day of said
month, between the legalJiours of
situate in the above County and
State, and in the corporate limits
-?afjtlje^own of Edgefield, contain
??tsTwa^?d?'a1 oFJSS-JB?T ?r
alley way, which separates said pr$
mises from the Hotel lot ; on the
east by public road running north
and south in front of said premis
es; on the sooth by lot formerly
owned by Mrs. A. Green and other
lands of Lucretia Whitaker ; and
on the west by Beaver Dam Creek,
Terms of sale: Cash.
Puichaser to pay for papers.
W. F. ROATH,
Master Edgefiield County.
September ll, 1901.
State of South Carolina-Edge
field County-Court of Common
PIGUB. John ?R. Blackwell, in
his own right, and as adminis
trator of the estate of Josephine
Blackwell, and aB committaa
guardian, ad litum, against Mol
lie P.Harmon, et. al.
PURSUANT to the decree in this
cause I will offer for sale, at
public outcry, before the Court
House, in town of Edgefield and
State of South Carolina, on the
first Monday in October, 1901, the
same being the 7th day of said
month, between the legal hours of
salo, the following described land,
to wit :
All tnat tract or parcel of land
in the above named County and
State, in Plam Branch Township,
near Parksville, S. C., containing
fifty-four (54) acres, more or le?,
and bounded on the north by land
of J. L, Stone ; east by land of the
Equitable Mortgage Co. ; south by
land of Mary Peurifoy; west by
lands of J. L. Stone.
Also all the lot or parcel of land
in the corporate limits of the town
of Parksville, in the above County
and State, containing four (4)
acres, more or less, bounded north
by lot of land of L F Dorn or his
wife's and Thomas Whatley ; east
by Railroad ; south by lot of M R
Parks, and wost by lot of J H
Also the ginnery outfit situate
?thereon, including two Gin houaas,
j 65 saws each, two (2) feeders and
condenser, one power press, one
fifteen horse-power boiler and en
gine and all other necessary ma
chinery and appliances used for
the purpose of ginning.
Terms of sale: One halL cash,
and th.9 balance on a crediFof one
year, with interest from the day of
sale. Purchaser to give bond and
mortgage of tho property to secure
the payment of the credit portion,
or all cash, at the purchasers op
Purchaser to pay for papers.
W. F. ROATH,
Master Edgofield County.
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic, because the formulais plainly
printed on every bottle, showing that
it is simply Iron und Quinine in a
tasteless form. No Cure, No Pay. 50c
A WORTHY SUCCES;
"Something New Un*
All Doctors have tried ic
CATARRH by the use of powd - ? :
gases, inhalers and drugs n -. .
form. Their powders dry uj tb
cu ons membranes causing the i
crack open and bleed. The ;;v
acids used in the inhalers hav< ei v ?
ly eaten away tbe same me :
that their makers have aimed ic
while pastes and ointments ,%a
reach the disease. An old an? c . .
ne need practitioner who has for 3. .
years made a close study and ?p?
ty of the treatment of CAT ARRI' li
last perfected a Treatment w,
when faithfully used, not only re? 1
at once, but permanently cu - .
TARRH, by removing the cause, ..
ping the discbarges, and curing a. *
flam ma ti on. It is the only r*>i
known to science that actnally rc
the afflicted parts. This won
remedy is known as "SNUFF i.-s
GUARANTEED CATARRH' CURR 1
sold at the extremely low prioo v. ?
Dollar, each package contain ,:
ternal and external medioine tu .-.
for a full month's treatment ar:'i c-y
thing necessary to its perfect nae.
"SNUFFLES" is the only peru:..- .
TARRH ever made and is now vv ^
ed as the only safe and pos! ive
for that annoying and disgust -
ease. It cures all inflammation qi
ly and permanently and is also
derfully quick to relieve A.
or COLD in the HEAD.
CATARRH when neglected o?*J:
to CONSUMPTION-"S N U F F I B I .
save you if you use it at once Ii
ordinary remedy, but a comp!"'0
ment which is positively p
to cure CATARRH: in any rafts
if used according to the . <
which accompany each pactcagi
delay but send for it at once ,ar< .
full particulars M to your
and you will receive spe val a'ii'
from the discoverer of thi; >
remedy regarding your c .- -
cost to you beyond theregv'nr .
"SNUFFLES" the "GUAP.^ ? '<..
Sent prepaid to any ad .r- . .
Un i ted S tates or Canada . i: ..
One Dollar. Address Derr ' ! 1
WIN B. GILES & COMPA? ?, . 50 r. .
2332 Market Street, Philadelphia.
THE SOME GOL; COBS
An Ingenious Trofttaaoui by
which Drunkard* arc Beiug
Cured Dally in Spite
No Noxious Doses. -'? .
ing of the Nerves Viv .*
nut and Positiv?!
the Liquor ifs!
It is now generally known -
derstood that Drunk
ease and not weakness ? b
with poison, and ne BC
shattered by periodic*
of intoxicating liquor requ
antidote capable of 1 ... 'ali ?
eradicating this poisi ? ..
ing the craving for ii '
ferers may now cur
home without publici
from business by
"HOME GOLD CURE"
perfected after man j
study and treatment c '
faithful use according J rc .
this wonderful discov; . :
guaranteed to oure tb*.
case, no matter how . :
Our record* showthe r.v -ioi
formation of tbousa f
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a specific for this di r ? ia
so skillfully devised ?i
it is thoroughly sol:!- s fi
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a cup of tea or coffee
knowledge of the \- :
and as many ' "" " '
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friends and relat .,-;* !
knowledge in coff
today that they di - . ? :
of their own free W.
Do not bo delud? .r*??t
the disease at on ?me. j
The "HOME GOLD
extremely low pr. -
thus placing wit ? o? every-j
body a treatment effectual (?han I
others costing $2 ?JS? Full ?rec-j
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cial advice by skilled physicians when
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prepaid to any part of the world on
receipt of One Dollar. Address Dept,
C 441 EDWIN E. GILES & COMPASY
2330 and 232 Market Street, Philadel
All correspondence strictly conn*
1 > n
CHARLESTON & WESTERN
'Augusta and Ashville Short Line.
Schedule in effect Jan. 17, 1901.'
Lv Augusta. 9 40 am 140pm
Ar Greenwood.. 1217pm 1180 0 m
Ar Anderson.... 7 30 pm
Ar Lauron*.... 115pm V 00 a IL
Ar Greenville.. 2 55pm 045am
Ar Glenn Sp'gs....405pm
Ar Spartanbuig.. 3 00 p m I 00 a m
Ar Saluda.... 5 23 pm
Ar Hendersonville 551 pm*
Lv Ashv ile.... 820am .
.'JV Spart mb arg ll 45 a m 110pm
I Lv Greenville....ll 55a m 4 00pm
ArLaurens- 180pm 7 00pm
Lv A udi -son. 6 35 a m
Ar Greenwood.. 2 28pm 610pm
Ar Augusta.... 5 05pm 1048 am
Ai Savannah.... 5 55 a m .
LY Calh oun Falls 444p m
Ar fiaeigh.... . 2 16 a m
?.r Norl ilk.,.. 7 30am
ArP?te. 3burg....8 00 a ra
A/ Eict nond.... 8 15 a m
.j* Augusta. 3 55 pm
?1 Allendale. 5 58pm
* Fairfax. 612pm
" Y^roassee. 7 25 pm
- Beat fort. 8 16 p m
.' Port Royal. 8 25pm
'* Charleston. 5 16 a m
" Port Royal. 7 80am
? Beaufort. 7 45am
" Ye'roassee. 8 40am
" Fairfax. 9 49am
? Allendale. 9 53 am
Ar Augusta. 1165 am
Close connections at Greenwood for
all points on S. A. L., anti C. and G.
Railwny, and at Spartanburg with
For information relative to tickets
rates, schedules, etc.. address
W. J. CRAIG, Gen. Pass. Agt
T. M. EMERSON,
We are prepared to dp
any and all kinds of
Masonic work of all
kinds a specialty.
Prescriptions for Malaria
; - veris a bottle of GEODE'S
. ILL TONIC. It is simply
? j'iine.in a tasters* form.
n -jay. Price 50c
a Steam Cotton Gin send
y oar ame. We make you a pro
si that will bring you in big
v. j h, ut investing a dollar.
Ul -JRN CANNING CO,
?adwayi New York City.
./.i ? ian Church Directory,
[. STEWART, Pastor,
c bi? g each month as follows :
JD-1st Sabbath at ll
. i ; 8:80 p m. 3rd Sabbath
m Sunday school every
I 10 a m.
. :? --2nd Sabbath: 4:30 p
'A) S bbathll a m.
.? i s ros-2nd Sabbath ll a m.
abba$h 8:30 p m.
-3rd Sabbath 3:30 p m
Ci . --CE, S.C., Nov. 25,1900.
v a first advided by Our
p lysician in Charleston to
...?? .INA with our baby when
? ut a very young infant,
pre entive of colic and to
.-...* ir. Ito sweeten the stomach.
.?: - if was useful in teething
. . .and its effect has been
. j ito be so very beneficial and
" om the dangers that are
. H .?.?mt upon the use of drugs
soothing syrup? that we have
t< regard it, afteruse with
Loree children, as one of the ne
"iti< ) when there is a new baby
. ? '. ' ouse and until the teething
3 are, and we take pleasure
. - mmending it to our friends
u?ir, i of the horrid stuff that so
tcan; people use to keep their
HARTWELL M. AYER,
(M>r, Daily Times and Weekly
: sale at Penn's Drug Store.
v. . ?TED-I understand there
?g coi % vacant house in Edgefield.
[f .tli is correct, I want board for
raywlt and wife, or to rent two or
tbrea rooms, furnished or unfur
?i i. Apply to A. F. P., city.
jio mnHnT College,
^ice and Infirmary at
J^L. Jones' stables, rear
?Vif Court House,
I respectfully solicit the
patronage of the people.
tf^ Will answer telephone calls
ip pw OF EDGEFIELD
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
State and County Depositary
J. C. SHEPPARD, W.W.ADAMS,
J. H. BOUKNIGHT, J. A. BENNETT,
J. M. COBB, B.'S. HOLLAND,
A. S. TOMPKINS, C. C. FULL:
W. E. PRESCOTT.
J. C. SHEPPARD, President
W. W. ABAMS, vice-President.
E. J. M IM >, Cashier.
J. F. ALr3N,|Ass't?Cashier
Pays interastjon deposits by special
Money^to loan on liberal terms.
Prompt'and polite attention|to busi*
Vonr ficcouijf Solicites.
GEO, T. SHARPT0I?
EIDO-EFTEXilD, S, O
Front Room in Chronicle B'ld'g.
I respectfully aohalt tnt patronage of
D T. CRICK. HENRY C. WATSON.
GRICE & WATSON,
(Grice's Old Stand.)
ftJmV Patronage of the public soiic
ned. Prompt, faithful, and carefu
service. Reasonable chartres.
Photographs in latest styles, at
prices to suit the times.
It. II. MIMS
Stops the Cough
andlworks off the Cold.
Laxative Bremo-Quinine Tablets'cure
i col? In one day. No cure, So pay
Price 25 cents.
Now is tho time to subscribo for
Central Time at Jacksonville and Savannah.
Eastern Time at Other Points.
Schedule In Jgeot Jang 80th. 1901.
Lv. Jacksonville (P. S)
Savannah (80. Ry.)
Lv. Charleston. (So. Ry.
" Branotville ".
Ar. Columbia .
Lv. Augusta, (So:
Lv. Granitovillo .
tv. Columbia, (Bldg St.
Ar. Charlotte .
Ar. Washington .
'. Baltimore (Pa.RR).
" New York.
Lv. Columbia _
Ar. Louisville .
Ar. Columbia ....
Lv. Now York( Pa.it.B).
Lv.- Wash!'gt'n (So.Ry).
" Rock HiU.
Ar. Columbia, (Bldg St.
Cv. Columbia, (U. D.)...
Ar. Aiken .
Lv. Columbia (t?o. Ry).
Lv. Columbia (So.<Ry.).
Burn well .
Ar. Jacksonville (P.S.).
Sleeping Car Service.
Excellent daily passenger service betwwa
Florida and Nov York. ? ?
Noa. 33 and 34-New York and Florida Ex
press. Drawing-room sleeping cara between
Augusta and New York. Pullman drawing
room sleeping cars between Port Tampa, JacS
Bonville. Savannah. Washington and Vew York.
Pullman sleeking cars between Charlotte ?md
Richmond and Charlotte and Norfolk. Dining
oars between l harlottc and Savannah.
Nos. 33 and :J0-U. S. Fast Mail. Through
Pullman drawing-room buffet sleeping cars be
tween Jacksonville and New York and Roll
man sleeping cars between Augusta and Char
lotte mid Charlotte and Richmond. Dining
cars serve ai! meals enroute. Pullman sleep
ing cars Lotwcen .Tncksonvillo and Columbia,
enroute dully between Jackson ville and Cincin
nati, via Asheville.
. FRANK S. GANNON, S. H. HARDWICK,
1 Third V-P. & ?en. Mgr., Gen. Pas. Agt., "
Washington, D. C. Washington, D. C.
W. H. TALOS. R. W. HUNT,
As't Gen. Pass. Ae't., Div. Pass. Ag't.,
Atlanta, Ga._Charleston, S. 0,
One Dwelling Houso and lot
one mile from Court House on
Buncombe St., House contains 5
large rooms, and a commodious
[pantry and stove room. On the
lot thfire is a barn and stables, a
servant house and a well of fine
water. For further particulars
D. S. DuBOSE,
May 8-3m Edgefield, S. C.
This signature ia on every box of the genuin?
Laxative BroraoMJuinine Tablets
tile remedy that corea a cold In one day
TO] CURE A COLD IN ONEDAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund the monpy if i
fails to cure. E.W. Grove's Signatur
is on each box. 25
?BADE 21 AHK,
, f HE GMT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY.
They bring Health, Strength,
and Happiness to the "Weak
An Unexcelled Appetizer.
MISHLER HERB BITTERS CO.,
. 400 North sa Street, Philadelphia, Fa,
When lt Comes To Low Prices.
Our Ribbon, Lace, Em
broideries, wash mus
lin, Long Cloth Towels,
and table damask
SO OUR CUSTOMERS SAY,
H Knock competition sky western crooked".
Visit our store and see the many new (Fabrics)
added this season. We hope to tell you of all our
lines surpassing cheapness next week.
We can furnish for a few days 25c Glass Dippers
at ioc each. 25c one gallon Glass Oil Cans at 19c,
W. H. TURRER,
Or repairing you'l need our paint- for it's the only kind |
you or any one ilse should think of using. WE can match =j
your ideas in COLORS satisfy your wishes in QUALITY |
and you'll find our PRICES an not so high as to be extrav- |
gant nor so low thnt perfection can't go with them. Mr. W. 5
E. LYNCH can supply you with anything in our line and |
will be pleased to have you call.
inn III 11 inhi mi i nm E : = iilililiiifliiiiiiiiiffjfrf
O'Connor & Schweers Paint Co.
841 BROAD STBEfiT
209 7th Street, Augusta, 6a.,
GIVES FREE EYE TESTS for all defects of
sight, grinds the proper glasses and WAR
Lenses cut ?nie your frame while you wah.
FREE OF r' ' ' Jfc* if you,nccd
? 1 ato,h" w* ??- .**" ? medicine orcli?c?
Gigs aga Presses
GET OUR PRICES.
Complete Cotton, Saw, Grist, Oil and
Fertilizer Mill Outfits, Gin, Press,
Cane Mill, and Shingle Outfits.
Building,Bridge, Factory, Fu ric
andvRailroad Castings, Railroad, M ll
Machinists' and Factory Supplies.
Belting, Packing, Injectors, Pipe
Fittings, Saws, Files, Oilers, etc. We
cast every day. Work 150 Handi.
Lomliarfl Iron Worts & Supply Co
Foundry, Machine, Boiler,
Press and Gin Works
tftF" Repa is Promptly Done
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College of Charleston.
College of Charleston, Charleston.
S. C.. was founded in 17S5, has strong
faculty 5 well equipped chemical phy
sical, and biological laboratories; ob
servatory; library of 14,000 volumes;
and thf. fine-it museum of natural his
tory in the south. B. A., B. S., und M.
A. courses offered..
Tuition $40, payable in two install
ments. Board in College Dormitory
can be obtained at S10 a month. One
scholarship, giving free tuition, is as?
signed ts ?dgefleld county, the holder
to be appointed by the Judge of Pro
bate and the County Superintendent
of Education. All candidat 18 for ad
mission are permitted to compete for
vacant Boyce scholarships, which pay
$150 a year. Entrance examinations
will be hejd in Edgefleld, on July 12,
1901, by the County Superintendent
and Judfre of Probate. Next session
opens September 30, 1901. For cata
logue, address the president
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