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WEDNESDAY, JAN. 1, 1902
Mr aod Mrs Garret Talbert were
in Edgefield during Christmas.
Mids Zana Timmerman is visit
ing her aunt, Mrs W F Dobey, in
Mrs Emmie Rankin has return
ed from Batesburg to ver home in
Mr John Thompson, of North
Carolina, was in town turing the
Mr and Mrs Cuthbertson are on
a visit the former's sister, Mrs
Insurance Agent Reynolds, of
Orangeburg, is doing some profes
sional business in town.
O Sheppard, Esq., paid a profes
sional visit to Blacksburg, S C5last
Mrs James McKie and children
njoyed Christmas at their coun
ry home near Meriwether.
Mr W F Dobey, of Aiaeii, spent
a day or two last week with his
father, Mr W H Dobey.
Miss Susie Boone, of Warren
ville, spent Christmas wth rela
tives near Pleasant Lane,
Mrs Robert Easterling, of Barn
well, entertained Miss Mary Evans
of our town during Christmas.
Mr and Mrs Charles H Fisher,
and Miss Mary Lillie Fisher
visited ^Mrs James Thompson, in
South Edgefield, recently;.
Miss Marjorie Ada.ns, of Au
gusta, who spent the past summer
in our town, is visiting Miss Lucy
Mesdames J B Haltiwanger and
James H Tillman have recently
Teturued from a trip to the Char
MIRES Dollie Dogas, w*io ia at
tending sohool in Augusta, spent
the Christmas tholidays at her
home at Edgewood.
Mr Joe Carwile spent the holi
days with his parents at home. He
has been in business in Atlanta
for several months.
Mr and Mrs D R Durisoe, ac
companied by little Irwine Pad
gett, spent Thursday with their
daughter, Mrs Day, at Trenton.
The Good Roads convention and
train will be in Augusta Jaiiuary
21-25,1902, says H C Middleton.
Mrs Fay Gaffney and her son
Raford have arrived in Edgefield
to spend a while, being domiciled
under the hospitable roof of Mrs
Mr Warren Fair, of Beech Isl
and, returned home Tnursday, af
ter enjoying a few days' stay at
?the home qffhis aunt,/Mrs N J
vTIessre Lewis arm jamie^cnes
and Frank Fair, of Atlanta,were at
home for the holidays. They st
terded the marriage of Miss Rena
Jones to Mr Jerrold Watson on
last Thursday at Ridgy Spring, re
turning to Edgegeld Friday after
noon to attend the Christmas ball.
They returned Sunday to Atlanta.
Mr B J Crooker returned Friday
from Ridge Spring. He was one
of the honored guests at the Wat
son-Jones wedding in the Meth
odist church on Dej 26th, and also
was one of the ushers upon this
occasion. The bride is a cousin to
List of letters remaining in the Post
Office at Edgefield C. H., December 27,
Miss Ida Norris, Mrs Elbert Smith,
Mrs J N Fowler, Miss Marths Brooks,
Charles Searson, L. A. Sanders. A. F.
Dent, F. L. Sharp, Johnnie Blocker.
When asking for letters on this list
W. H. BRUNSON, P. M.
A Marriage of Interest.
A marriage of great social im
portance was that of Mises An;"~
Mae Overstreet and Mr Juliau
Hart, which took place this morn
ing at 8:30 o'clook at the home of
the bride's parents, Rev C D Ad
ams, officiating. Immediately af
ter the ceremony, Mr aud Mrs
Hart left for Johnston, where tbey
will spend the Christmas holidays
with the grooniB parents. They
will live in the future at Sylvania.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
J C Overstreet and is universally
loved and admired. Mr Hart is a
young man of sterling worth and
holds a responsible position with
L H Hilton & Co. Their many
friends wish them much joy aud
Attention, Pickens and Wise !
Some time ago the undersigned
were appointed a committee to
take into consideration the ques
tion of the bonded indebtedness uf
Pickens and Wise townships, and
were requested tojreport to a sub
sequent meeting. Now, that tho
time for the payment of taxes has
expired,5and no rail road taxes
have been paid, so far as we know,
and the legislature is Boon to con
vene, it is important that the peo
pie of the two townships shal again
meet and consider this most im
portant and serious matter. We
therefore respectfully request our
fellow citizens of Pickens and
Wise townships to meet in the
Court House at ll o'clock a. m. on
Friday, the 10th of January, 1902,
for the purpose of considering
what shall now be done nuder the
J C SHEPPARD,
W W ADAMS,
A E PADGETT,
S Mc G SIMKINS,
R A COCHRAN,
I LOCAL AND PERSONAL. |
Write it 1902 now.
Today is the 1st of January 1902.
Mr Luther Jackson spent Thurs
day in Grantville.
Dr W E Prescott was on our
streets on Monday.
John L Addison, Jr., was sick
for several days last week.
Mr L R Bronson, of the Cleorn
section, was iu town Monday,
Mr Sam Timm )ns, of Batesburg,
spent the holidays iu Edgefield.
Mr St, Julian Carwile cnme in
ofif the road to spend Christmas
with the home folk.
General M C Butter is spending
several days in town. He is look
ing the picture of health.
Messre Waiter Wise and Henry
C Milter, of Trenton, were visitor?
to our town on Mouday.
Miss Louise Gibsou 6pent Christ-1
mas in Augusta with her cousin,
Mrs Joseph Davenport.
Mr and Mrs Chralie Brunson
are now occupying Mr M P Wells'
cottage on Rocky,
Mrs Carrie Miller and daughter
Floride, of Greenwood, enjoyed
Christmas in Edgefield.
Miss Flemming, of Greenwood,
is the guest of Miss Heleu Shep
pard, on Columbia street.
Mr Graves Coouer, cf Columbia,
enjoyed Edgefield's hospitalrty
one day duriug last week.
Mie D I Denny, after a pleasant
fortnight's bojourn in Edgefield,
returns this week to Columbia.
Mr Johu Nicholson, of Ridge
Spring was greeted by bis many
friends in Edgefield on Monday.
The Augusta Herald of Wednes
day, says : "Miss Dugas, of Edgp
field, is among the attractive visi
tors to the city.
Miss Kate Mims, after a fort
j night's visit to her sister, Mrs
[Richard Timmous, has returned
to nei home iu Augusta.
Miss Minnie Jackson, one of
Edgefield's most charming belles,
L'peut Christmas with friends here.
-Maddison Cor. Horsecreek Val
Miss Marie Abney, who has for
some months been a resident of
Augusta, paid a visit to her sister,
Miss Sophie Abney,'ii Atlanta last
Rev. Dr. L. R. Gwaltney left)
Monday to visit his children in
Rome, Georgia. He expects to re
turn this week, accompanied by
Miss Allie Toole, one of the fac
ulty of the Institute, is spending
the holidays with her mother, Mrs
Alice Toole, says the Augusta Her
Dr J T Patterson and family
have removed from West Edgefield
to the Whitaker place, recently
purchased from Mrs Gray.
Miss Hettie Sheppard arrivd
on Christmas Eve from Greenwood
to spend some mouths with her
mother, Mrs Ida Sheppard, on
TO RENT-The store room, at
present occupied by Campbell &
Strom, ADVERTISER building. Pos
session given January 1st. Apply
to THOS. J. ADAMS.
Mies Lizzie Eubankswas v wel
come guest in Edgefield during the
holiday, spending her time with
her graudmether, Mrs Russell, on
Mr and Mrs Arthur Youngblood
and childieiijof Batesburg, passed
tbrjugh town last week en route to
Wiuterseat to enjoy the hospitali
ties of Captain Ras Youngblood.
Rev Eugene Stewart, of Colum
bia, pastor of the Edgefield Pres
byterian church, spent a day or
two of the holidays with his flock.
Major Willis Duncan, of Barn
well, returned on Sunday to his
home, having beeu a guest at the
borne of Dr Glover Tompkins for
a week. Mrs Duncan will remain
some days longer in our town.
Mr Theodoie Tompkins, of Co
lumbia, attended the ball on Fri
day night, and is lingering a few
days with relatives and friends in
A taste for perfect figure ta Insepar
able from a love of tl>? Ivivtifu 1.
The scents o? the heliotrope, violet or rose are
as precious as the lovely Howers whose ftrealh
they are, and while the lives of flowers are bric/
ana we can only enjoy them for a day, the
beautiful woman grives the pleasure of her fra
grance tous asa permanent blessing'. The sweet,
pure breath of the babe is suggestive of innocence
and health-the soft fragrance of a beautiful
woman suggests to the senses purity, health ard
elegance: she ls the refinement of civilization;
she ls indicative of a desire to please, an index of
good taste, and an unerring badge of gc Vlity.
io regulating those lunar periods In women, per
mit of no wrinkles, pale cheeks, tortured nerves
and shapeless figures. It is certain, sure and
safe. It is Nature's remedy, and there Is no such
thing as cheating nature. The druggist may
offer someother remedy and call lt "just as good '
thus deceiving the purchaser; but the menstrual
organs will not be deceived by it, a permanent
injury is often the result.
Try our Regulator. Of nil druggists, 81.00.
Our Treatise on Women malled free.
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR co.
ATLANTA, GA. _
Mr T Furse ic! assisting at the
depot during this week.
Mr. Thomas J. Adams, is still
very unwell, but is able to sit up a
few hours during the day.
Attention is directed to the pro
fessional card of Dr Ernest Smith.
He comes to Edgefield with the
highest credentials. He received
several medals and graduated with
the highest honors. The ADVER
TISER gives bim a warm welcome
and wishes for him a pleasant and
profitable sojourn in our town.
On account of mv prolonged ill
uess, my sou, DR. F. L. PARKER,
of Johnston, will work in my office
for me two days in each week
Mondays and Tuesdays.
H. PARKER, D.D. S.
A C?RDT" H
DE, ERNEST SMITH,
(FORMERLY OF WI!.LISTON j
Respectfully announces to the
people of Edgefield county that he
has located in the town of Edge
field and opened an office for the
practice of DENTISTRY IU
all its various lines. With four
teen (14) years of constant prac
tice and ever increasinge xperi
euee, and with a perfect and prac
tical knowledge of the latest and
most scientific methods in dentis
try, Dr Smith feels conscious of
being able to give the people of
Edgefield complete satisfaction in
his line. Dr Smith's office will be
in the Chrohicle building, recent
ly occupied by Dr George Sharp
DR. ERNEST C. SMITH.
1902 f^A^ 1902
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
1 Our stock of Clothing this seasos is up
to the high standard which it has long
ugo attained. Our assortment of Bus
iness and Dress Suits, extra Trousers
are the latest that fashion has created
Our prices are always ths lowest for
the va'ne of goods we offer you.
DORN & MIMS.
The Best Prescriptions for Malaria
Chills and Fever is a bottle of GBOVK'S
?.TASTELESS CHILL TONIC It is simply
'iron and quinine in a tasteless form.
No cure-no Day. Price 50c
A new six-room dwelling-fresh
ly painted-opposite side of street
from Mr J M Cobb's residence. Po
session to be given Jan. 1st. Gar
!den and stalls aud very fine water.
Terms, ten dollars per month.
J. WM. THURMOND,
Edgefield, S. C.
ALL persons having claims against
the estate of Mrs. S. E. McDaniel,
deceased, will presen ; the same, duly
attested, at once. And all persons in
debted to said estate will make pay
ment to ",,"T
Kodoc, S .C., November, 30,1901.
? A 1ISTRBBT & BE?.
623 BROAD STREET.
Guns and Pistols.
Fine repairing. Leggins
and Hunting Coats.
Augusta, - - Ga.
S0LD ON ITS MERITS.
MOTA S^CULXT?O^ INVESTTv?E?SlTr|
GUARANTEED BY A NATIONAL BANK.
SEABOARD OIL CO.
GALVESTON AND BEAUMONT.
Capital Stock, $500,000. Par Value of Shares, $1 each
FULLY PAID AND FOREVER NON-ASS ESS ABLE
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
J. H. HILL, President. General Manager G II & H It R Company, Galveston, Texas.
A. W. MILLER, Vicc-Prcs ?ind Treas., Mgr Darlington-Miller Lumber Co. Galveston.
C. S. VII'OR, Capitalist, Secretary, Galveston, Texas.
G. M. BRYAN'. Director, President Hryan Hardware Company. Galveston, Teses.
G. W. BOSCHKE, Director, Civil Engineer, Galveston, 1 exas.
DEPOSITORY AND CUSTODIAN' OF FUNDS, TUE FIRST NATIONAL HANK
OF GALAESTON, TEXAS.
The Company owns outright with perfect title property on Spinfen
Top Heightbs, upon which it will bring in a gusher within a few wk ;
also extensive properti? s adjacent to Spindle Top, upon which it IF
now boring wells. Money is needed by the company lo develop its
properties, and a part of its treasury stock is offered upon the follow
ing conditions :
m vuiMJtfjJJ/ ir rrv-"^'JCJ7Xsr v^-Zrw/y y~ss ^v/ar'yyw vjjjj-^sjj-j-zrjis rr-r^r^rjr^rjr-*
JULIUS RUNGE, Pres M. LASKER, \ ice- Pies
\ W. N. STOWE,Cashier 1566 F. ANDLER, Ass't Cashier
j |pt? ^frrs? Jfyfcaiional
I OF GALVESTON,
THE OLDEST NATIONAL BANK IN TEXAS.
. " , " . T .. . GALVESTON, TEXAS, October 10,1901.
1 his Bank will receivesubscnbtions to tue sto.;k of the Seaboard Oil Com
pany and hold the funds id trust, subject to the terms of guarantee, which are
as follows :
11 Subscriptions to the stock of the Seaboard Oil Co.npany, sent to or denos
ited with the First National Bank of Galveston,are to be held in trust for sub
scribers until the company brings in a gushing oil well. Upon the nomn?T y
furnishing a certificate, executed by competent parties, thata . . wt
lias been obtained, the Hank will transfer all funds to the Seaboard Oil com
pany and certificates of stocks will be delivered to subscribers upon pr?senta
tion of receipts issued by this Bank.
" Should the company fail to bring in a well before December 81,1901 all
funds so held in trust will be returned to subscribers upon presentation of re
ceipts issued by this Bank."
Tlie Board of Directors of the Seaboard Oil Company arp well known to us
to;be reliable and responsible, and we can recommend'the Company as worthy
of confidence. W. N. STOWE, Cashier. *
The personnel of the board of directors issures to every shareholder
an iuterest in a company that will be conducted on purely business
principles. Every dollar realized from the sales of stock will be held
in trust uutil its first well is an existing fact, and will then pass into
the treasaury of the company, to be used in building the necessary
equipment for the carrying on of its business. The fullest investiga*
tion is invited, and expected, anquiry may be made of the First Nati
onal Rank of Galveston, Texas, any bueiness house in Galveston, or
through any mwcanlile agency.
A request for informatiou addressed to the Galveston offces of the compony
will recive prompt and careful reply.
MONEY for subscriptions may be remitted through any bank or,
express company, or by United States postal money order, either di-,
rect to the First National Bank or to the Company, by whom it will!
be turned over to the Bank, who will execute a guarauty receipt.
An allotment of stoce is offered at 65 cents per share, and is being
rapidly subscribed. Seaboard stock will undoubtedly be worth many
times its present prico and pay large dividends when its wells come in
For further information, mention this paper and write to the
9U/? fi OU04 Y OFfE?/flGS
Ve have this year a larger and more complete stock of CLOTHING
and FURNISHINGS to select from than ever before. Noth
ing would bs more acceptable for a Xmas gift than a
HAT,SUIT, TIE.UMBRELLA,or GLOVES.
Ve send you what you order and pay express, subject Jto ex amina
tnn. Ladies Neckwear of the latest stvlep.. Orders by
mail receive careful and PROMPT ATTENTION.
\ C. LE?Y'S 80m & CO.,
"AILQR-FIT CLOTHIERS. 833 Broad St., AUGUSTA, GA
B PRINTING <
Letter, B'll and Note Heads, \
I THE AUGUSTA
I SAVINGS BANK.
S05 Broad Street.
\V. B. YOUNG,
J. G. VYEIGLE,
: SAY I NT S ACCOUTS SOLICITED j
: Interest Paid on Deposits j
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OF MY ENTIRE STOCK AT
\ I must have room, and will have, if low prices will |
j move thc goods. If you want a wedding present, or |
j need a dinnea set, chamber set, lamp or anthing in |
j Crockery, China, Glassware, Tinware or House Fur- |
nishing Goods, be sure and rxamine my stock and 1
prices bei ore purchasing. Remember the place.
j msn emt? nun? |
80?) Broad Street, AUGUSTA, GA
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[. FAY GAFFNEY.
JAMES T. M IM S
Lgents for t
st, 1901, o
Has just received a very large
shipment of Beaver, Plush and
MOHAIR CARRIAGE AND
a very beautiful line. Also a full
line of horse blankets. SoleAgts.
for the famous Babcock
and John W Masury ? Son's
733 ?Td 735
(S. C. C. I.)
Edo-efield, S- C. * * *
Largest Co-Educational College io lie State.
Over 300 students enrolled this session, representing 10 States.
Young men under strictly military discipline.
Faculty composed of 21 College and University graduates-9 men.
Thorough Literary Courses leading to the degrees of B. E.. B.S and
Superior advantages offered i- the Departments of Music, Art and
Four magnificent, well i quippe i buildings.
Thousands of dollars recently spent in imp: ements.
From $100 to $110 covers expenses in Literary Department for the
ntiro school year.
During the past session f ?j Boarders were enrolled. A large num
>er of applications were rejected for want of room. Additional room
rill be provided for the coming session.
If 3'ou contemplate attending our college, write for one of our beau
iful catalogued and application blank to
F N. K. BAILEY,
JEDGEPIBLD, S. C.
THE NEW YORK RACKET
Is not dead and don't expect to be as long as any
other store is in operation. I am too fond of living
to die as long as 1 can help it. I came into the world
alive and have been living ever since, for I learned
to live when I was little. When I bought my 7all
and winter goods I realized that cotton would be low
and that my customers wanted to live too, and to
tell the secret of my success I have
KILLED HIGH PRICES.
Merit is the Trademark of Success, a* 1 Val?? is
thc true test of Cheapness. My motto :. o u ler
buy, undersell, and therefore the New \ ork ..ack
et Store can sell goorls cheaper than comp -titors.
My stock is new and up-to-date. When in need of a
suit of clothes, shoes, hats, caps, underwear, dress
goods, jackets capes, pants goods, etc..; come to
J. W. PEAK, Proprietor
J. M. COBB'S
received his mammoth stock of
SKIRTS, COATS, and STAPI?G
DRY GOODS & DRESS TRIMMINGS,
Cotton piece goods at Augusta prices. Our liu6 of
SHOES, CAPS & CLOTHING
are now ready for your inspection. Don't fail to get our
pricee, Remember that we make a specialty of
D .'ess Goods.
?BQ M POLO IG DO klijGUfi It?
W. j. RUTHERFORD. R. B. MORRIS.
W. J. RUTHERFORD & CO
-<H:B RIO K5^
AND DEADERS IN
Lime, Cement Plaster, pair
Fire Brick, Fire Clay,
Ready Roofing and
"Wiri to TTs For Prices.
Corner Reynolds and Washington Streets,1
IF YOU "WA3XTT
A good Buggy-the easiest running, best riding, with the longest
staying qualities-see my line of Open and Ton Buggies, Carriages';
The best Wagon made, our Owensboro and Russell Wagons.
Anything iu the Harness line, Buggy Robes, Whips, Saddlery, etc.,
we can furnish it to you at prices as cheap as the cheapest.
The finest toned and best made Piano on the market we can show
il to you, or the best Orgau by the least money. Call and let us show
them to you.
The finest selectiou of Sheet Music ever seen in this section, come
and look through our line of classical and operatic vocal and instru
And last, if the sad necessity e^ er comes to you or yours when
you shall need anything in the Undertaker's line, our Hearse and ea
tire line of Undertakers' Goods are at jour services.
You are cordially invited to visit 'my store and let us_show'|you
anything you wish l:o see or hear.
Gr . r?. OOB
JOHNSTON, S C
CHARLES B. ALLEN
Stoves, Grates, Ranges and
Tinware of all kinds.
830 BROAD STREET,