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Edgef ield Advertiser
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23,1902
Miafl Mary Buford.--Millinery
and dress making.
Jas. E. Hart-Bargain days six
days in the woek. See ad.
Rev. Mr. Wallace, of Columbia
Seminary, preached in the Prer
byteriau church Sunday morning.
The broom-straw still has peace
able and ui dipturbed possession of
the new cemetery. Cannot S'me
meauB be^devised by wbi:h it c? n
be dispossessed ?
Mr. T. G. Talbert, of Parksville,
is in attendance upon the United
States court. He is a son of Con
Mrs. C. E. May and little Mar
garet left last Friday for Green
v ood where they will spend some
day? visiting relatives. Mr. May
is now numbered among the long
faced bachelor throng.
Dr. W.H. Ti m merman, of Batos
burg, who is a candidate forgiver
nor, has buen iu the city several
days this week meeting tho voters.
0. Sheppard, Esq., vrho is a
member of the Board of Trustees
of the Connie Maxwell Orphanage,
attended the funeral of Mrs. Dr.
J. C. Maxwell, at Greenwood, last
Thursday,actingas one of the pall
Mr. F. L. Timmerman wai in
Edgftfield on Friday last. He has
not recovered fully from the ac
cident of some mouths ago. He
improves slowly but surely.
Every number of the Scientific
American contains many interest
ing subjects for conversation ?nd
thought. It enriches the mind; in-j
tere8ts old and young; promotes
knowledge and progress.
j^ftWBHri^hi """I brilliant and
Graves "J ^w^toMaga^^^r^^^
statesmanlike orator heard" in IN ?w"
York in years.-Grover Cleveland.
A car load of Rock Hill end Car
olina high grade buggies that are
right up-to-oate, which weare sell
ing at a low price. Also a dozen
other kinds for cash or on easy
terms. RAM EY & JONES.
The N'jw York Racket store has
every department filled with styl
ish goods at prices that make one
wonder hw such goods can be
tiade at such a low figure. Come,
let us show you. J. W. PEAK.
EYE GLASSES accurately fitt
ed and guaranteed, for all defects
of eyes. GEO. F. MIMS, Optician.
Th-3 ?hoppers who are alive to
their interests will not miss our
Special Sale ou uext Monday. The
prices aud the goods will be right.
J. W. PEAK.
WE will deliver bread, cakes,
etc., at any hour and in any quan
tity desired eveu if it is but a sin
gle loaf. Send us your orders.
GREEN GROCERY CO.
John Temple Graves has th?
most phenominal eloquence I ever
heard-Henry W. Grady.
All the New York Racket store
asks is for you to see our offering s
and get our prices, then we know
vou will become our customer.
J. \V. PEAK.
SIX loaves of fre3h bread de
livered at your door for twenty
five centp. For the convenience
of our patrons we are having tick
GREEN GROCERY CO.
Can you use a. nice 100-piece
china dinner set? We will sell
you one for leBs than you can buy
ft elsewhere. A beautiful line of
glass ware just received also.
RAMSEY & JONES.
WE hereby announce to the peo
ple of Edgefield that we have open
ed a first-class bakery. Wo have
secured the services of au experi
enced baker from Pennsylvania.
Give us your patronage.
GREEN GROCERY CO,
Hot weather ;a now here. How
about a refrigerator ? You can't
keep cool without one. Can we
not sell you one ?
RAMSAY & JONES.
FOR RENT-The large grocery
store in Parker Building and also
the three front rooms over store.
Quite a ?novel line of swinging
lamps just received. Your house
will be brighter if you will hang
one of thesH lamps in ir.
RAMSEY & JONES.
The season is now on for matting
and laniolum. We have them in
many beautiful patterns.
RAMSEY & JONES.
Oak bed room and walnut mar
ble top suites. Wardrobes witb
French glass doors to match. Iron
beds and springs to fit. Chairs and
tables to fix your rooms up-to-date
if you want them.
RAMSEY & JONES.
We havo the onlv First-Ciass
Barber Shop in Edgefield. Skilled
and courteous barbers always on
hand lo serve you. Fresh towels
for every customer. Razors, scis
sors and clippers in firpf-classcon
dition. Come to us for your shav
ing, shampooing and hair cutting.
PARLOR BARBER SHOP,
Next door to post-office.
I LOCAL AND PERSONAL. |
J. W. DeVoro, Esq., is attend
ing court in Columbia.
Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Prescott
were in Edgefield Sunday.
Mr. W. F. Dobey, of Aiken,
spent Suuday in Edgefield.
New lot of Mortgages of personal
property for sale at this office.
Remember the date of Jno. Tem
ple Graves' lecture-April 98tb.
Rev. P. D. Hay preached in tbe
Episcopal church Sunday evening.
Read the new adyeitisement of
the Corner Store, and attend Mr.
Turner's special sale.
Mr. Lowden Brooks, of Ninety
Six, wa? numbered among the
visitors iu Edgefield Sunday.
Miss .Lizzie Griffin is spending
this week at the home of Mrs.
Miss Mary Buford relurnel to
Edgefield Saturday fr:>m a busi
n?sstrip to Brunsen.
Candidates, the ice has been
broken. Do not wait till it freezes
over again^bsfore you come out
Mr. E. N. DeVore, of Ninety
Six, was in Edgefield Monday last
looking after his various boldiu?s
Mr. B. J. Crooker, who lead the
ticket in the municipal election of
last week, is raisiug cane over in.
Buncombe those days.
One of our North Buncombe
homes is being enlarged b}' an an
nex of one or two beautiful rooms.
Who can opine the reason ?
The Rev. A. T. Jamison was en
tertained while in Edgefield at tbs
hospitable home of A. S. lomp
Mr. Thomas Furse has accepted
a position with the Southorn as re
lief operator and is now stationed
at \ aucluse.
Messrs. James E. Hart and jno.
athis home near Richardsonvillp.
You can hear tbe most eloquent
speaker that the South has ever
produced, the Hon. John Temp:e
Graver, in the opera home next
Mr. L. S. Sossaman will at an
early date move into the house of
Rf. P. Wells, Esq , next door to
the home of A. S. Tompkins, E-q.
Mr. L. F. Dorn, of Parksville, is
a juror in the United States ourt.
He is a trustee of Furman Univer
sity and has a son in that institu
The country districts need more
schools like the one our Cold
Spring correspondent teiis about.
Read what he says.
Edgefield usually leads, but so
far Barnwell county leads in the
matter of candidates, four having
already announced themselves for
tho office of Couuty Supervisor,be
sides a number for other offices.
Read the locals of the Green
Grocery Co., which is located near
the mill and of which Mr. W. J.
Quattlebaum is treasurer and man
ager Encourage Mr. Quattlebaum
and patrouize home enterprise by
buying bread made right here in
Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Fowler are
contemplating making Edgefield
their permanent home. Edgefield
will welcome th^ra very cordially,
knowing they will be valuable ac
quisitions to our social and com
Handsome young Willie Byrd
spent Sunday and Monday in our
town. Mr. Byrd bas many friends
in Edgefield who were glad to see
him. He can give oue the candi
date's grip with as much ease and
grace as a veteran of many cam
Sol ici'or Thurmond, who has
boen engaged with the April torm
of court in Columbia for two weeks,
spent Sunday at home with his
family, returning Sunday night to
his post of duty.
Fot ?everal days after the recent
rains our public square was crowd
ed with wagons. Some were load
ed with cern to feed the mules,
some with rations to feed the ne
groes, some with"joauno" to feed
tbe"crap" and there was some"corn
juice'' lo be seen in most of them.
This was for tho "Spring fever."
The local lodge K. of H. was
represented at the 26th anuual ses
siou of the Grand Lodge which
was held in Columbia last Thurs
day by Ex-Gov. J. C. Sheppard.
Dr. J. G. Tompkins and N. G.
Evans, Esq., all of whom took an
active part in tba deliberations of
the body. Tho Grand Lodge meets
next year at Aiken.
Captain E. H. Youngblood, of
Winterseat, had thc misfortune to
have his barn and contents burn
ed ou the night of April 12th. Six
mules narrowly escaped being
burned also. The fire ?B thought to
be the work of an incendiary. We
do not know how much, if any, iu
Burance was carried.
But few towns i-f this size have
au establishment that carry BO
large and varied a stock of mer
chandise as do Messrs. Ramsey &
Jones. Under .he very efficient
management of Mr. B. B. Jones,
the juuior member of the firm,
their business has steadily grown
from the day they embarked in
business. A notable example of
what can be accomplished by per
serverance, sound business judge
ment aud square dealing. Lo.^k up
and read the business locals of this
progressive firm. J
Mr. Willie Byrd joined the Ex
position throng Tuesday morning.
Mr. J.H.Allen, accompanied and
chaperoned by Misses Effie and
Ellamays, left Tuesday for the Ex
Exposition fever is raging in
Edgefield, the latest victim b'iiug
0. Sheppard, Esq.,who is in Char
leston for this week, accompanied
by his entire family.
The faithful and efficient cash
ier and bookkeeper of tbe cotton
mill, Mr. John R. Tompkins, has
shifted his duties upon Mr. H. A.
Sin i?h for a few days and is whil
ing the time away in the Ivory
A trio of our young bachelor
spoits. Luke May. Jimmie Byrd,
and John Addison, have joined the
sports of the Exposition for a few
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Caughman
returned Saturday morning from
the Exposition. Cashier Caugh
man declares it to be a very great|
There were many other Exposi
tion swallows who took their flight j
yesterday, but they were on th<?
wing and we did not get their
Candidates, when you visit the
Exposition leave your hand-shak
ing propensities at home, for you
cannot shake the hands of every
one you me? t down there, and if
you tried to some one might shake
you before you had finished.
Nearly every other college of the
state has had its day, now it haB
como the turu for our College, the
South Carolina Co-Educational
Iustitute, to "do" the Exposition.
The entire college force, student
body, faculty, m fact every one
from porter topresident, is now in
Charleston. Col. Bailey bas a
dual purpose in carrying his stu
dents to the Ivory City. Th" pri
mary reason being the educatiunal
advantages, the secondary being
pleasure. Three da\ s stay at the
Exposition to a thoughtful and
observant student is worth three
months within the walls ot any
Dr. Gwaltncy Coining-.
T!?^*^^ friends in Edgefield
of the belo?oT^T^
have been greatly clisappcmnwW??
not having a visit from him duriug
April. His duties asa member of
the faculty of Shorter College have
been such >hat he could not con
veniently leave. It gives us great
pleasure to anuouuce tnat Dr.
Gwaltney w i 1 1 be in Edgefield
about the 1st of June to preach the
sommcucemeut sermon. The opera
house for this occasion should be
fourfold greater than its present
An Echo from the Ball Game.
The Batesburg Advocate in its
"write up" of the receut base ball
contest between the S.C.C.I. bo^ s
and the team of the Batesburg In
stitute, closes with the following
very thoughtful and kind expres
sion : "The visitors played good
? all ; we were pleesrd to meet such
a gentlemanly set of young men.
We enjoyed their visit and hereaf
ter they have a stauding bid from
our people." You are right, es
teemed contemporary, a more
"gentlemanly set of young men'g
cannot be found. We can testify
to what their deportment, is at
home aud you have testified to
what it is abroad.
Uncle Randall, who bas been a
private in the r-.'ar rank of the
ADVERTISER force upwards of 30
years, is in the " slough of de
pond." His lamentations are
great and be refuses to be comfort
ed because the watch dog of his
chickeu roost is dead. Uncle Ran
dall relaten his tale of woe after
this manner : "My ole chicken
rooster tuck eu dide wid de kolera
knight erfore lass, en now de nig
gers will stole all uv my chickens.
When de ole rooster wuz live he
wud squall en larm em erway
Now de niggers will teef (tsetn)
em all." Knowing the proverbial
weakness of the race we could not
give Uncle Randall much comfort.
The time bas come when defi
nite action must of necessity be
takej in reference to the bonds is
sued by Pickens aud Wise town
ships in aid of the construction of
the Cumberland Gap & Chicago
Railroad. For this purpose wa re
spectfully request all who can to
assemble in tho court house on
next Saturday morning, April 26,
at ll o'clock. We now believe that
an adjustment eau be effected with
tba bond-holders. Respectfully,
A. E. PADGETT,
S. McG SlMKlNS,
W, W. ADAMS,
R. A. COCHRAN.
Lisi of letters remaining in the Post
Oftice at Edgefield C. IL, April 2Lst,
Lt II L Bunch, Lt J G Mobley, Joe
Wise, Johnnie Prince, Ellen Hafner,
Loveanner Munnoyal, Mrs F S Wilson
Mrs A ii Brun so ti, Georgcyann Holds,
Viola McKinnie, Leila Patks, Prof M
Thomas Edgerton, W W Long, Ed
Shield, B F Young.
When asking for letters on this list
W. IL BRUNSO.V. P. M.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONEDAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund the mon-y if it
fails to cure. E.W. Grove's signature
in on each box.
This signature is on cTcry ~>ox of tho genuin?
Laxative Bromo-l?juinine Tableta
the remedy that euros a eula in one day
At thc Baptist Church
Rev. A. T. Jamison, superinten
dent of I he Connie Maxwell Or
phanage, preached in the Bap
ist church iaet Sunday morning.
Mrs. Sarah Covar.
Having four years since reached
?the three score aud ten years pre
scribed to mortals, Mrs. Sarah Co
var breathed brr last at her home
in Edgefield on last Saturday. Mrs
Covar was Miss Sarah Greene be
fore her marriage to Mr. Edward
Covar many years ago, the latter
having been killed as a ceufeder
ate soldier in the war between the
States. For a number of years
the deceased has been au invalid
and in addition to her affliction
during her later years she had lost
the sight of both eyes, being total
ly blind. Throughout this gloomy
season, she has been known for
ber sweet and noble character and
gentle submission to the Master's
will, and her life ha* been au ex
ample of patience under sufferings
which all Christians might strive
Mrs. Covar leaves two daughters,
Mrs. Curry and Miss Ella Covar.
The immediate cause of her death
was an attack of grippe which j?he
was too feeble to survive.
Connie 3IaxvrclI Orphanage.
"When thy father und thy moth
er for' fee thee then the Lord will
take tbe'up." The fulfillment of
this divine promise has been sig
nally realized with reference tothe
iumates of the Connie Maxwell
Orphanage. The Giver of all good
and perfect gifts has showered
blessings upon this institution
since it was founded by the late
Dr and Mrs. J. C. Maxwell. It is
a monument-more enduring than
marble or bras?, which time itself
cannot efface-to the memory of
the Maxwell family whose bodies
li-1 beneath the sod of the orphan
age cemetery, but whose spirits are
a re-united band around the great
white throne in the realms of
Dr. and Mn?.J.C. Maxwell while
on ear'li "laid up treasures iu
heaven" by providing a home for
orphan cbileren. The gifs to the
orphanage from these good people
will aggregate the rmi ni ficen t sum
of .'(125.000. To tiiose whom Ged
ha6 endowed with the talent to
make and amass wealth we would
say, in the larguago of the scrip
ture, "Go, and do thou likewise."
Mr. Wayne ^airTT^a^1-?
in Edgefield on Sunday la?N^^
stay was a very short one, having
left on Monday afternoon for his
home in Auttlopp, Idaho. Mrs.
A. ll. Nicholson, Misses Eleanor
and Lillian Nicholson accompani
ed him to bis home where they will
spend several months. Mr. Dar
lington expects to build a hand
some residence on his farm four
miles north 01 Edgefield this fall.
DEMOCRATIC CLUBS ! '
Tothe Democratic clubs of Edge
field Couniy :
You are hereby instructed to as
semble at your places of meeting
on Saturday, April 26th, for the
purpose of reorganizing, and elect
ing delegates to the county con
vention to beheld on Mav 5th.
THOS. H. RAINSF?RD,
Edgefield Democratic clubs will
meet on next Saturday afternoon,
April 26th at 3 o'clock in the court
house, to,reorganize and elect del
gates to county convention.
A. E. PADGETT,
CA. GRIFFIN, Tres.
The members of tho Bacon
Democratic club will meet at Har
mony Saturday, April 26tb, at 4
o'clock p. m. to reorganize and
elect delegates to the County Con
ventiou. J. H. BOUKNIGHT,
0. W. WRIGHT, Pr?s.
The Wise Township Democratic
club will meet at Horne's Creek
cLurch on Saturday next, April
26th, at 3 o'ebek for reorganiza
tion and lo elect delegates lo the
county convention. By order of j
S. B. MAYS, Pres.'
Wine of Cardui is thc guardian
of a woman's health and happi
ness from youth to oki agc. It
helps her safely into womanhood.
It sustains her during the trials
of pregnancy, childbirth and
motherhood, making labor easy
and preventing Hooding and mis
carriagc. Jt gently leads her
through the ?langerons period
known as the change of life.
cures leucorrhoja, falling of the
womb, and menstrual irregularity
in every form, lt is valuable in
every trying period of a woman's
life. It reinforces the nervous
system, acts directly on the geni
tal organ:" and \s (?ic fincci tonic
for women known. .Ask your
druggist for a $1.00 bottle of
Wine of Cardui.
Batc.-villo, Ala., July ll, 1300.
I am nsinz Wino of Cardui and Thed
ford s Illactc-Draupht and I feel like a
different woman already. Several la
dies! liero l:e.p thu medicines in their
honirs a!t the time. I have throo girls
and they ure using it with me.
Mrs. KATE BROWDEB.
For ndvl ? amt IllrrniQre, niM?w, Riving
Fyniptoiiis. '1 tic IJUI?.-S' Adviwiry iJeuwt
JIIIMII ", Tim OialUUlOOS? .Medicine I'uuijMUiy,
"Mr. Middleton and Miss Marie Rich, both ol
l Clarke Hill, are to be united in the bonds ol
wedlock ai the home of the bride today. Th?
groom ii a young mau who is honored and es
teemed by ?ll who khow him. The bride, by
lier lovable and amiable disposition. madehc?tli
of friends in the Horn's creek section where she
taught a flourishing: school for several sessions.
M?.y their pathway in life be strewn with roses
il lie wish of the ADVERTISER.
I respectfully announce myself as a
candidate for the ofllce of County
Treasurer. WiT. abide by the results
nf the democratic nrimary and sup
port the nominees of the same. I say,
a-, 1 have said before,f hope my friends
will remember me in this election. If
not I wH Jove them just the same.
J. TRAPP MCMAKUS.
I take this means of notifying
my patrons that Tuesdays and
Fridays of each week are at their
dispcsal for bringing in and con
sulting about any work they may
wish to bav? done. Exceptions
will be made in necessary cases.
MRS. S. B. GIBSON.
U KNOW WHAT U ARE TAKING
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic because the formula is plainly
printed on every bottle showing that
it is simply Iron and Quinine in a
tasteless form. No cure, uo pay. 50c.
My five room dwelling house on
Addison street. Has barn, stables,
lot, pasture and a good well of
water. Applv to
THOS. J. ADAMS.
TRESPASS NOTICE !
A LL persons are hereby warned
ninl notified not to hunt, fish,
or in any manner trespass upon
the Pickens estate, which is un
der control of Lucy F Dugas and Dr
Geo. C. Dugns, guardian for Adrian
Dugas. LUCY F. DUGAS.
Stops the Cou?-Ii
and works oil' the Cold
Larative Bremo-Quinine Tablets cure
a cold in one day. No cure, 5 o pay
Price 25 cents.
Copy must be in this office by
Saturday noon before publication
doy on Wednesday to ensure in
i^jtiou. The paper goes to press
?it 7T^docW^lie6tla^ mornin8
and the forinsar>feh^ ^"00M
Tuesday, Lear this in rniua^???
contributors and advertisers.
Southern R. R. Schedule.
Trains leave Edgeileld for Trenton,
Columbia, Augusta, Aiken, etc. No
129. except Sunday, 5:30 a. m ; No. 133
daily* 1:10 p. m. .
Trains arrive at Edgelield, No. 60,
except Sunday, 11:30 a. m; No. 134,
Connection at Trenton for Augusta,
Macon, Atlanta, etc;, also for Colum
bia, Charlotte, Washington and the
J PRINTING I
i JOB PRINTING Q
i B PRINTING j
? Letter, B'll and Note Heads i
) Envelopes, Etc.
CUBAN RELIEF enies
? Colic, Neuralgiaand Toothache
in five minutes. Sour Stomach
and Summer Complaints. Price, 25 Cents.
JI FINE DEES
I am showing a very large i
.M Street Hats, and Dress Hats, e
v A large s'.ock of trimmings
. . See our new shapes iu the r
?j u wear Hats in all the stylish si
j ! j We have a beautiful assortn
j I j drens Silk and Lawn Bonuuts
! ! ! AVE ?OIvICIX the
11 ! FINE DRESS WAKING. (
Cpi guarantee PERFECT FIT a
. " who place work with us.
NOBBIS BUILDING- . -
Costs Only 25 cen?
Or mil 25 cento te C.
AR. C. J. MOFFETT-Dear Bacton
Son derst to our little grand child tc
tcere almost magical, and certainly ?
ice ever.med. m 2?}ir8*?ePl?
(Zu:o 2is!*op Southern MethodUt Ch
/V Our Spring stock is nc
\(^\ ment8. We can shew 3
SEE O.UR EAST
r. *L r. n rrj-, jv Al J\ r. rr'^XX/i tr..z
.Come, let us snow you the lat
LIFF OF T DEWITT TALMAGE
by his SOP, Rev. Frank De Wirt Tal
in age, and associate editors ol' Chris
tiau Herald. Only book endorsed by
Talni8ge family. Enormous profit for
agents who act quickly. Outfit ten
cents. Write immediately Clark & Co.
222 S.4th St. Fhiladel] hia. Mention
The Best Prescriptions for Malaria
Chills and Fever is a bottle of GROVE'S
TASTELKSS CHILL TOXIC. It is simply
iron and quinine in a tasteless form
j Xo cure-no Dav. Trice 50c
CONFEDERATE STAMPS, NOTES
I pay good prices for Confederate stamps, on
envelopes preferred, currency, bonds, etc. Look
over yours and let me know what you have, or
better still, land samples. Bank reference giv
en. I deal fairly nd promptly. Hunt up you
old war tim? correspondence and write me. Do
not delay. This ricans much, to you. Address:
T. C. Harhaugb, Casttown, Ohio.
"j'j tratar va'J v v.'g.'j/ try .^.y T?TOTITT ~*Xt<x
? i itiimif imf in StorGiiiiiiiiiiimiiMi 11
ls now located in the SWEAR
INGEN BUILDING, with a
full and up-to-date stock of Fancy
and Confectionery, which will be
sold at the very lowest prices for
cash. Free lot for hitching in rear
of the store.
T. A. OW DOM,
1st door East of Advertiser Building
wrns '?:'s?x^'tvy'y'yiyyTzr^f.J^dC2^yrx^'\ A.
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I THE AUGUSTA I
I SAYINGS BANK. ?
? SOS Broad Street. =
= \V. n. YOUNG, --- - President ~
= J. G. WEIGLE, - - - - Cashier S
= SAVINGS ACCOUTS SOLICITED S
= Interest Paid on Deposits =
ia, want of appetite. Loss of Strength
Lack of Energy, Etc ? Take a few di se? of
r's Iren Mixture,
EDGEPTELD, S. O
Teeth Extracted absolutely
without pain. - -.
OFFICE HOURS if a'm' \?J
2 p. m. to o p. ru.
14 YES. ACTIVE PRACTICE
N E R Y.
>S MAKING. j
issortment of Ladies Sailors,)
ither Trimed or untrimmed
always on hand..
ough straw, also the Ready-to
lent of Misses Hats and Chil
. My entire stock is uew.
patronage of the people in "
Dur exp?rience enables-us to
nd SATISFACTION to those
I Cares Chofera - Infantum,
Diarrhoea, Dysentery, and
the Bowel Troubles of
Children of Any Age.
J Aldi Digestion, Relatai
EQWDIRSJHH the Bowels, Strengthens
IS Bl OTDgglSIS, TEETHING EASY.
J. MOFFETT, M. D" 6T. LOUIS, MO.
Columbus, Ga., Aua. 24, 187%. '*
We gave your TEFTH?SA [Teething
Uh the happiest results. The effects
nore satisfactory than from anything
ruly, JOSEPH S. KEY,
uren.) Pastor of St. Paul Cliurch,
iw complete in all depart.
?'ou the latest in - - - -
est in men's wearing- apparel.. ......
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? THE FARMERS BANK (
I OF EDGEFIELD, S. C. |
? STATE AND COUNTY DEPOSITORY. ?
S THE LAR ?a . STRONGEST BANK IN EDGEFIELD COUNTY S
I Paid uv Capital.$ ?8,000.00 %
S Surplus and Undivided Profits. lo,OOO.00 S
? Liability of Stockholders. 68,000.00 |
I Protection to Depositors .$131,000.00 |
S We invite attention of those desiring a safe ilepository for their money to thc above S
I fac.s. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS BY SPECIAL CONTRACT. jjjj
5 Under provision of its charter tin's hank is authorized to act as trustee, guard.an^ Sj
= administrator and executor and to accept and execute trusts generally. =
= A. E. PADGETT, President T. I'. RAINSFORD, Vice-Pres. 5
S J. L. CAUGIIMAN, Cashier. W. H. HAR LING, Asst.-Cashier =
J. WILLIE LEVY,
The greatest line of Clothing in Augusta. Full line of
BOYS AND CHILDRENS CLOTHING.
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS AND HATS.
TO THE LADIES : A great line of
Washable Shirt Waistsl ready to Wear Hats.
When in Augusta Call to see us and mention this paper.
J. WILLIE LEVY,
844 Broad St., AUGUSTA, GA
H FAY GAFFNEY.
JAMES T. MI
??PP(? MID NM,
Represent the ver?best Fire Insurance Companies in the^country and are
Agents for the NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO., the oldest and largest
International Life Insurance company in the world. Insurance in force Jan
1st, 1901, over $l,202,000,nf)0.00. This company, issues the only policy that
absolutely insures. ,
Offiicc Over Bank of Edgefield.
Every Prosperous Farmer has a
Binders, Reapers, Mowers, Rakes,
Corn Shredders, Grinders, Binder Twine Repairss
WRITE ME a postal and I will give you full information. I sell
also COTTON GrlZNT SYSTEMS,
Single Gins, Engines, Grain Drills, Harrows, Weeders, Etc.
E. J. NORRIS,
W. J. RUTHERFORD.
R. B. MORRIS.
W. J. RUTHERFORD & CO.
AND DEADERS IN
Lime, Cement Plaster, Hair
Fire Brick, Fire Clay,
Ready Roofing and
Write TTs For Price.?
Corner Reynolds and Washington Streets,
A good Buggy-'.he easiest running, best riding, with the longeit
staying qualities-see my line of Open and Ten Buggies, Carriage*}
The best Wagon made, our Owensboro and Russell Wagons.
Anything in the Harness line, Buggy Robes, Whips, Saddlery,eto.
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
ii lo you, or the best Organ by the least money. Call and let us show
them to you.
The litiest selection of Sheet Mus'C ever seen in this section, Coma
and look through our line of classical and operatic vocal and instill
And last, if the sad necessity e^er comes to you or yours wheo
you shall need auythire in the Undertaker's line, our Hearse auden
tire line of Undertakers' Goods are at }Our services.
You are cordia ly invited to visit my store and let us shoW? you
anything you wish ha see or bear.
Gr . F> . COB *3 ?
JOHNSTON, S V.