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- WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1902
The McCormick Endorsed.
Ety?efield, S C., January 25, 1902.
Mr. E J Norri?,
Agc McCormick Harvesting Ma
chine company, Edgefie' S, C.
In ar a wer to your inquiry as to how
I like tue McCormick Mower I bought
of you two seasons ago, I am glad to
say I am highly pleased with it. It
hes been a great help to me. I have
run two other mowers and the Mc
Cormick mower is far superior to ? th
er of them. The ??lever for lifting the
blade bar is a great improvement and
makes driving a mower a pleasure.
The McCormick mower sold by you
is I he ligbest draft mow??r I know of.
A go jd mower is a good investment
and I would pay a hundred dollars
for one rather than be without.
L. Y. BRYAN.
Spring compound is now due.
Look up Mr. Walter Samuels and
plank down yonr dollar. If you
wait too late your compound will
be compounded then you'll say
Send or telephone us your ordets
for envelopes, note, bill and letter
heads, etc. We guarantee satis
faction and prompt service.
The McCormick biuders have
eleven improvements over those
made last year. One of which
that has met with mucii favor is
the-means of adjusting the tying
atcachmei.t so as to turn out large
or small bundle.". E. J. NORRIS.
An advertisement continues to
got its work in until the last copy
of the paper containing it ie de
Cardinal Gibbons, the most dis
tinguished p elat? of the Catholic
ohurch in America, was among the
prominent guests of Charleston
and the Exposition last week.
FOR RENT-The home of the
late Dr. J. W. Hill, on Main street
two blocks from the public square.
For price, terms, etc., apply to
J. H. CANTELOU.
We are goiug out of the
Sewing Machine business and will
close out five Staudard sewing ma
chines ai invoice cost for cash.
When we say cost we mean it. If
you n*ed a machine you cannot
afford to miss this opportunity.
RAMSEY & JONES.
We are headquarters for paint?,
oils, putty, glass, etc., and price?
are right. W. E. LYNCH cfc Co.
Our mower-the McCormick-is
up to now. When the purchaser
investigates and compares with it
other makes, the McCormick ie
generally purchased. Tn ??' ."*'>
compare, n all we as .
that you will use no
We carry a full Ihn
brushes, hair brushes,
es, dressing combs, fi/
? ?? W. E. L :
When you have any news
up the ADVERTISER office. No. 802,
on the 'phone and give it to us
We shall bo glad to get it and our
many readers will be glad to get
Trv Lynch's Oue Night Liver
Regulator. Every box guaranteed.
W. E. LYNCH & Co.
A carload of Rock Hill and Car
olina high grade buggies that are
Tight up-to-date, which weare sell
ing at a low price. Also a dozeu
.other kinds for cash or on easy
terms. RAM EY cfc JONES.
EYE GLASSES accurately fitt
ed and guaranteed, for all defects
of eyes. GEO. F. MIMS, Optician.
WE will deliver bread, cakes
etc., at any hoy,r and in any quan
tity desired ev*?u if it is but a sin
gle loaf. Send us your orders.
GREEN GROCERY Co.
SIX loaves of fresh bread de
livered at your door for twenty
five centp. For the convenience
of our patrons wo are having tick
GREEN GROCERY Co.
Can you use a nice 100-piece
china dinner set? We will sell
you one for less than you can buy
it elsewhere. A beautiful line of
glass ware just received also.
RAMSEY cfc JONES.
WE hereby announce to th? peo
ple of Edgefield that we have opeu
ed a first-claes bakery. We have
secured the services of au experi
enced baker from Pennsylvania.
Give us your patronage.
GREEN GROCERY Co.
Hot weather is now here. How
about a refrigerator ? You can't
keep cool without one. Can we
not sell you oue ?
RAMSAY cfc JONES.
FOR RENT-The large grocery
store in Parker Building and also
the three front rooms over store.
Apply to * DR. H. PARKER.
Quite a novel line of swinging
lamps just received. Your house
will be brighter if you will hang
one of thes'f lamps in it.
RAMSEY cfc JONES.
The season ia now ou for malting
2!?d lauiolum. We havi? ?h^ru in
many beautiful patterns.
Oak bed room aud walnut mar
ble top suites. Wardrob-s with
French glass doors to match. Iron
bf de and springs to fit. Chairs and
tables to fix your rooms up-to-date
if 3*ou want them.
RAMSEY cfc JOKES.
We havo the oulv First-CIasF
Barber Shop in Edgefield. Skilled
and courteous tartars always ou
hand to serve you. Fresh towel?
for every customer. Razors, scis
sors and clippers in first-class con
dition. Come to us for your sha*
i ig, shampooing ai.d hair cutting.
PARLOR BARBER SHOP,
Next door to post-office.
? IOCAL AND PERSONAL. ?
Whiz,'siz, ziz goes the Lynch
Read the keals of the Lyi.cb
If you need a sewing machine
read Ramsey & Jones' locals.
Mr. J. P. Ouzts left, for Green
wood yeaterday on a business trip.
R>iv. Mr. Hay preached in the
Episcopal church on Sunday af
Mr. Thomas Furse returned on
Monday afternoon lust from aten
day's stay at Springfield.
May-day picuicd have begun
?and the young people aud the can
didates are in their hey-day.
Mrs. John B. Hill is spending
tim week with her daughter, Mrs.
Col. W. H. Folk and Mr. W.R.
Furse visited at Trenton Sunday
Father J.L.Seidl will conduct a
service in the Catholic church on
Sunday morning next at ll o'clock.
Miss Mamie Carwile left Satur
day to join Mies Lee Morrall in
Atlanta where she will sojourn for
Miss Leua Miller, a popular
young lady of the Colliers section,
is T?8?ting at the home of Mr, W. ?
Mr. Beauregard Timmons who
is in command of tho Lynch 6oda
fountain can please tho most fas
tiaious connoisseur of cold drinks.
Mr. aud Mre.T. Garrett Talbert,
of .Parksvillp, en route from the
Sunday-school convention, 6pent
Sunday with the latter's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. M. C..Parker.
Misses Florie Morrall and Sallie
DuBois, two very bright and pop
ular lasse? of Buncomle, spent
Sunday with Miss Thompson at
tho home of the late J. C. Rains
Oas of their bachelor confreres
is authority for the statement that
at a very early date Dr. R. A.
Marsh aud Mr. B. Cantelou will
make a very pleasant business (?)
trip fo Atlanta.
Mre. A. J. Norris and Mrs.
J. H. Tillman, of Edgofield are
spending a few days as the guest
of Mrs. Fox, their kinswoman.
BatesburgCor. Augusta Chronicle.
Judging from the drop in the
'.. 4 "^-idav and Sut
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V ~\r] r;.:,;..,';',
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Edge ti* H for th- ?..ii te ii ;
Should you u.;._hip. vtiU I m
postal ot Butler, Saluda couuty.
We publi?h this week the an
nouncement of Col. Geo. W. Croft
as a candidate for Congress from
the second district. Col. Croft is
a prominent member of the Aiken
bar and is well knowu to the Dem
ocratic voters of Edgefield. In
due season Col. Croft will meet
with the people of this county.
Mr. A. Fuller Perkins, the AD
VERTISER'S right bower, ran the
whole gamut of rollickings and
frolickings while at tho Exposi
tion last week, but we will guaran
toe that he did not swell the
coffers of the blind tigers even to
the extent of the widow's mite.
The shades of John Wesley would
have smote bim on the spot had
he imbibed anything strouger
than artesian water and red
Miss Curran Hartley spout last
week in Charleston taking in the
sigh's and wonders of the Expo
sition. From Charleston she
went to Greenville where she will
remain with relatives for the sum
mer. Greenville has plucked one
of the brightest stars from Edge
field's social firmament. Only
temporarily, however, we arc
glad t ) say.
OUR of the best jobs-from the
standpoint of dollars and cents
of course-is goiug begging this
year. No one has yet annonnced
for county dispenser's place.
Nearly a dozen asked the peoph
for this job two years ago. To
one who bas no couscsentious
scruples about handling and dish
ing out 80 proof and the X's this
job is the largest, redest and most
luscious plum on the political
The power beb iud the Monitor
Sentinel throne is a trio of young
ladies who are efficient and inde
fatigable toilers. Were they "rough
and tough" men we would call
them hustlers. THE ADVERTISER
tided ever the emergency this
week, brought about by the Expo
sition larK of its typo, by the as
sistance of ono of the Monitor's
fair compositors, Miss Sallie Mob
ley. Her nimble fingers "chased"
the typ8 and ber deft hands wield
ed the "stick", with remarkable
speed and r.ccuracy without mak
ing any "pie."
Mrs. J. M. Cobb received a tele
gram on Friday last informing her
of the death of her brother, Mr.
John Clisby, athis home in Mont
gomery, Ala. He had been in de
fining health for some months.
For years Mr. Ciisby occupied a
conspicuous place iu the munici
pal and commercial affairs of
Montgomery, having been elected
ns mayor for several consecutive
terms. Being a public spirited
mon possesed of considerable
meni:s he has been a potent factor
td developing and advancing thc
iutcr^s's of the city he loved sc
": ri O Sheppard, of Edgelield,
JPL'J. ugh the cit j yesterday on
xii 77k? ; Greenwood, wLere he goes
to appeal in an important railroad
The South Carolina Federation of
Wonieu's clubs convenes today in the
city of Sparlanburg. Mrs J B Ilalti
wanger will represent the Auf Wied
The Lion Thou as II Gainsford, a
man who has been weighed and has
not been lound wanting, announces
for re-election to the House of Rep
resentatives. His name and fame are
familiar to the people of Edgelield.
Mr A R Nicholson announces this
week for re election to the olllce of
Superintendent of Education, His
record is before the people and he is
willing to stand hy it. ile needs no
introduction to the voters of Edgetleld
Mr J B Haltiwanger again makes
his bow to the people of Edgelield and
asks their suit'! ace in his race for re
election to the ollice ol' Auditor ol' this
county. Mr Haltiwanger is justly
proud of his record as auditor and is
willing to stand or fall by it.
Judge J D Allen comes before the
people asking for re-i-iectmi to the
office of Judge of Probate of Edgetield
county. Go w?ere you will and search
nut only this county but the state from
the mountain to the seaboard and you
will not rind a man who will til! this
office any more satisfactorily than
Judge Allen has.
While Mrs j? P Blalock and the
.hildreo were in Charleston attend
ing the Exposition iaft week a tele
gram was received at her home last
Friday announcing the death of her
brother, Mr McMillan, who resided
near Spartanburg. His arm was caught
in some machinery and literally torn
ftom Ins body. He never rallied from
the severe shock. Mrs Blalock knew
nothing of the unfortunate accident
and untimely death of her brother till
her return from Charleston on Sun
C8uuot some more masculine
male men in and around Edgelield
sacrifice tor the summer the growth
upon their upper lip so as to re
lieve their friends temporarily of
that "tired feeling ' by a Hording
them a hearty laugh ?
There will bo five full graduates
of Hie S. C. C. I. this year, as fol
lows : Mi-ses Rhett Warren, Ruth
DuLoacb, Sophie Huggins1
Messrs. Arthur and Calhoun-AiTryTr
Several students will receive cer
tificates or diplomas for having
completed special courses.
Professor G. Marshall Mooro, a
member of the S. C. C. I. faculty,
has formally announced his can
didacy for the effice of Superin
tendent of Education of Green
wood county. Prof. Moore has
provou bimsell to be an educator
of unusual ability, and the peo
ple of Greenwood have an oppor
tunity of placing a man at the
bead of their educational inte;
ests who will infuse new life in the
We are indebted to tho progres
an of F. W. Wakener & Co.
for ..' *-J ?nn
i" as il
are ono and mue pa* ?ok
recollections of them in the futuro i
years cannot be disassociated.
Edgelield has many beautiful
streets aud several that are very
beautiful. They are made so by
the well pruued oaks and elms
that shade them. Why not have
more of these trees? The outlay
for their planting is very small.
We trust that some of the beauti
ful mid-summer vistas will linger
iu the minds of our city
fatherr and v.'ill in mid-win
ter be au incentive that will
cause them to have many more
trees planted out. When cold
bleak winter comes on we forget
how refreshing the shade and how
beautiful the tre.s of summer.
Resolve now to plant hundreds of
trees next winter throughout the
length and breadth of our town.
The Logomachy club was enter
tained ou Thursday evening last
at Breeze Hill, the home of Miss
Lizzie Hill. The young people were
delighted with their four-mile
drive. It afforded them a delight
ful star-light straw ride. The first
lady's prize was won by Miss Kate
Sheppard. B. E. Nicholson, Esq.,
und Mr. B. J. Crooker tied and
cut for the gentleman's first
prize. Mr. Crooker, being boru on
a lucky star. won. Miss Dollie Du
gas became the possessor of the
consolatun prize. We do not
ki ow, we must confess, why this
latter is called consolation prize,
for it does not carry consolation to
its disconsolate recipient. Ironi
cally so called, we presume. To
call it "booby" prize is horrid.
Thc S. S. Convcnticn.
Owing to circumstances beyond
our control we had '-o foreg; the
pleasure-which we had anticipat
ed-of attending the Interdenomi
national Sunday-School conven
tion which met at Horn'e Creek last
Friday aud Saturday.
We were informed by some who
were present that the convention
was well atteuded and that the
queries were ably discussed by the
appointed speakers and other m 'tu
bers of the convention.
Judging from the quautity of
dinner prepared the good w'jraen
of the community expected very
large crowds arith very large appe
tites, both of which were vieibiy
in evidence,but the proverbial hos
pitality that abounds in the old
Horn's Creek section was greater
by far than these. For no com
munity has any more of the truly
Southern hospitality than has
Wo are informed that the can
didates were not out in full force.
Possibly thev thiak it will be good
policv. or rather good politics, for
them to work awhile add get their
faces tanned aud got "horny and
corny" handed b;fore beginning
the general baud shaking aud mix
ing up with the peoplp.
Johnston Vs. Edgefield.
Ping pong may come and ping
?pong may go but base ball goes on
j forever. The la'est feat on the
Edgefield diamond being the con
j test on Friday afternoon last be
I tween the Johnston team and our
town nine. It bas been declared,
by many to be the best game play
ed in Edgefield this season. Ther?
were sovoral good batters and all
round good players on both 6idee.
At the end of the game the score
stood 8 to 5 iu favor of Edgefield.
No Preaching Sunday.
The harvest truly is plentiful
iu Edgefield, but the laborers
are few. The doors of all the towL
churches were closed on " Sunday
morning las!. The church bells
were silent and thtre was rejoicing
and exulting in the household of
the "enemy of souls." At least one
of the churches should be open ev
ery Sunday. Line upon line and
precept upon precept, of Gospel
truth is what our people need and
nota Sunday morning should pass
without at least giving them an op
portunity to hear the expounding
of tho scripture.
Peace and Plenty.
Happy is that cotton planter
who can do as Mr. J. T. Ouzts, of
Elmwood. He lives and worship*
under his own "viue and fig tree."
When his crop of cotton is made
he stores it on his premises and
says tc the speculators, when your
price suits me you can get my cot
ton and not before. Ou Friday last
Mr. Ouzts'wagon loaded with three
bales of cotton drove in town-an
unusual sight for tho middle of
May-drawn by three Well fed,
? ell grjomed horses. This ought
not to be au unusual sight,
for- what can bc dont? by ono
can be done by many. When
holding cotton and marketing it
every month in the year becomes
the general or prevailing custom,
and not thc exception, thou our
Southland will smile with
e and plenty.
Children's .D ay.
Il is now a fixed custom with
the Sunday-school at McKeudree
to set apart a day lo be observed
annually by tho children as Chil
dren's dav. Last Sunday was set
apart and very appropriately ob
served as such. Quite a number of
people from town went up as they
do every year.
Dinner was prepared by the la
dies and served at 'he church and
two services were held which con
sisted ol recitation*, pongs and
choruses by the cr.iidren and sev
eral addressee. The Cb i ld rou's .'
day i? a mid-summer Christinas
tre*?, :-.s it were. It proves to bu a"
diversion that gives new life and
zest to tho school besides being
L'-? to ihe children !
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8:30 P. M. -Exercises by tho
SUNDAY, JUNE L
ll A. M.-Commencement Ser
mon by Dr. L. R. Gwaltney.
ll :00 A. M.-Declamation con
test for Sheppard and Bailey Med
8:30 P. M.-Annual celebration
of Literary society.
ll A. M.-Oratorical contost for
8:30 P. M.-Annual conceit:.
ll :00 A. M.-Address by Dr. N.
W. Hicks (class '95) Florence,S,C.
5:00 P. M.-Art Levee.
6 P. M.-Co m pe tot i vo Drill, S.
C. C. I. Battalion.
8:30 P. M.-Graduating Exer
Address by Congressman A. F.
All the New York Racket store
aake is for you tc see uur offerings
aud get our prices, then we know
YOU will become our customer.
J. W. PEAK.
Athena, Tenn., JAB. *7.1001.
Ever sine-tho first appearance ot mv
menses they vcr;1 very irrcgnlax and, I
suffered ivi'tli great pain ill my hips,
bael:, stomach ?tnd legs, with torrible
bearing down p;:ius in tho abdomen.
During the pus*, month I havo boen
toking Wino of Cardin and Thedford's
Black-Draagh t, and I penned tho month
ly period v.-ilhoutpain for tho first time
in yean. NANNIE DAVIB.
Whet Is lifo worth to a woman suffer
ing like dannie Davis suffered? Yoi
there arc women in thousands of homes
to-day who are bearing those terribie
menstrual pains in silence. If you aro
one of thc;o wo want to say that *ht8
will bring you permanent relief. Con
solo yourself with thc knowlcdcji that
1,008,000 v. rm en havo been completely
cured by MtiiiO ol Cardui. Those wom
en suffered from leucorrhoea, Irregular
menses, headache, backache, and
bearing down pains. Wine of Cardui
will stop all these achos and pains
for you. Purchase i $1.00 bottle of
Wino of Cardui lo-dty and take it in
the privacy of your home.
For advice anil literature, addrcM. dvlnu ay mp
toniH, "Tlks Lanie*' Auvhory department,"
The CiiatLanoota Medldoe Co., ClmUonooca,
$5.00 CASH IN AD\ ANGE.
I hereby aunounce myself ?
candidate for Congress from the
second congressional distict, sub
ject to the result of the primar)
election and hereby pledge myself
to abide by aud support the nom
inees at said election, and to sup
port the platform and principles of
the democratic party.
G. W. CROFT.
To the Democratic voters of Edge
field county :
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate, in the ensuingprimary,
for congress from the second dis
trict and solicit your support. I
entertain the expectation of ad
dressing you upon the issues of
the day whenever proper occasions
present themselves, and in the
meantime hope that my character
and general fitness may receive
your attention. I shall be subject
at all times to the regulations pre
scribed for the primary, aud sub
scribe to such pledge as the wis
dom of the Slate democratic party
may formulate. Respectfully,
G. DUNCAN BELLINGER.
I respectfully auuout ce myself
as a candidate for therfiiceof Au
ditor of Edgefield County. I will
abide the results of the "primary
election and support the nominees
of the party.
H. W. DOBEY.
I respectfully announce myself
as a. candidate for re-election to
the office of County Auditor; and
do hereby pledge myself to abide
the results of the primary election
and to support the nominees of
tbe democratic party!
J. B. HALTIWANGER.
I am a candidate for County Treas
urer. : will support the nominees ol'
tlie party and abide the results of the
C. M. WILLIAMS.
I respectfully announce myself as a
candidate for the ellice cf County
Treasurer. WU" abide by the results
if the democratic primary and sup
port the nominees of the same. I say,
ai 1 have said before,! hope my friends
will remember me in this election. If
uot I wi 1 love them just the same.
J. TRAPP MCMANUS.
House of Representatives
I am a candidate for th*1 House of
Representatives. I will abide the re
sults of the primary elect ions and sup
port the nominees of the Democratic
P. B. MAYSON.
I respectfully announce myself
is a candidate for re-election to
Hie House of Representatives, and
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D?ice ot JUuge ui x .
field county and pledge myself to
abide the result of the democratic
primary election and support the
nomiuees of the party.
J. D. ALLEN.
Superintendent of Education
I respectfully announce myself as a
candidate for Superintendent of Edu
cation for Edgelield county, subject to
the rules and regulations of the demo
WM. A. BYRD.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for re-election to the of
fice of County Superintendent of
Education for Edgefield county
and agree too abide the result of
tho primary election and support
the nominees of the democratic
A. R. NICHOLSON.
ALL persons holding claims
against the estate of Dr. J. W.
Hill, deceased, late of Edgefield
county, are hereby notified to pre
sent thf same duly attesten, aud
all persons indebted to said estate
to make payment unto the under
signed. J. H. CANTELOU,
To thc Public,
Il you want first-class meal aud
hominy bring your corn to my
mill. I grind every Saturday
morniug. Come once and you will
come again. Satisfaction guar
anteed. S. A. HOLSTEIN.
IT KNOW WHAT U ARE TAKING
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic because the formula is plainlj
printed on every bo'.tle .showing that
it is simply Iron and Quinine in a
tasteless lorin. No cure, uo pay. 50c.
My five room dwelling house on
Addison street. Has barn, stables,
lot, pasture and a good well ol
waler. Applv to
THOS. J. ADAMS.
Stops .'he Cough
and works off the Cold.
Laxative Brnno-Quinine Tablets cun
a cold in o:ie day. No cure, 3 o pa)
This Blga?turo is on ovcry *JOX of tho gonulm
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tawe*
tho remady that cur?? a cola In one daj
TO CURE A COLD IN ONEDAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet
All druggists refund the mon-y if i
fails to cure. E.W. Grove'B.signatur
is on each box.
R. H, M I MS,
E1DGEFIELD, S. O.
Strictly up-to-date. Have you i
photograph of each member of youl
family. Good work at low prices.
THE NEW DOMESTIC
Was awcrded the gold medal, th<
highest award given at the Pan-Amei
?can expo3tion as the best family
recognized by experts as superior tc
all other family sewing machines in
many important details.
I will furnish a brand new sewing
machine from $15.00 up and give guar?
antees with them. Apply to
J. E. ROGERS,
Trenton, S. C.
EDGEPIELD, S, O
Teeth Extracted absolutely
OFFICE HOURS ! 2 *' M# ?0 I p'm*
?2 p. m. to6 p. m.
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LIFF. OF T DEWITT TALMAGE
by Ins sor, Rev. Frank DeWitt Tal
mage, and associate editors of Chris
tian Herald. Only book endorsed by
Ta 1ms. ge family. Enormous profit for
agents who act quickly. Outfit ten
[cents. Write immediately Clark & Co.
! 222 S, 4th St. Philadeli bia. Mention
the Edgelteld Advertiser.
The Best Prescriptions for Malaria |
Chills and Fever is a bottleuf GIIOVE'S
TASTKLKSA CHILL TONIC. It is simply
iron and quinine in a tasteless form
No cure-no Dav. Price 50c
CONFEDERATE STAMPS, NOTES
I pay Jjood prices for Confederate stamps, on
envelopes preferred, current:/, hontU, etc. Look
over yours and let me know what you have, or
better still, send samples. Hank reference giv
en. I deal fairly anti promptly. Hunt up you
old war time correspondence anti write mc. Do
not delay. This means much to you. ?Address:
T. C. Harbnugb, Casstown, Ohio.
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=ssr<r\/^rn r\ A OTTERS
and Confectionery, which will be
sold at the very lowest prices for
cash. Free lot for hitching in rear
of the store.
L A. OW DOM,
1st door Enst of Advertiser Building
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COLUMBIA, S. C.
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( THE FARMERS I ? ?K |
I OF EDGEFIELD, S. C. .!
I STATE AND COUNTY DEPOSITOBY. 1
= THE LAR Bl STRONGEST BANK IN EDGEFIELD COUNTY =
1 Paid uv Capital.$ 58,000.00 =
I Surplus and Undivided Profit s. 15,000.00 S
I Liability of Stockholders. 58,000.00 |
1 Protection to Depositors.$131,000.00 1
S We invite attention of those desiring a safe depository for their money to the abor? =
= fac>. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS BY SPECIAL CONTRACT. ||
2 ? Under provision of its charter this hank is authorized to act as trastee, guardia? ~
= administrator and executor, and lo accept and execut? trusts generally.
E A. E. PADGETT, President T. I'. RAINSFORD. Vice-Pres. 5
E J. L. CAUGIIMAN, Cagier. \V. II. IIARLIXG, Asst..Caslii?r. *
J. WILLIE LEVY,
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The greatest line of Clothing in Augusta. Full line or
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.
HIGH-ART CLOTHIERS, 844 Broad St., AUGUSTA, GA
H. FAY GAFFNEY.
JAMES T. Mr
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Kepresent the very best Fire Insurance Companies in the "country and are
Agents for the NEW YORK LIFE IXSUKAXCE CO., the oldest and largest
International Life Insurance company in the world. Insurance in force Jan
1st, 1901, over $1,202,000,000.00. ?.This ciimpany, issues the on?y policy that
Offiice Over Bank of Edgefield.
,xo,xieapers; mo H'U'u, itaKes,
Corn Shredders, Grinders, Binder Twine Repairss
WRITE ME a postal and I will give you full information. I ^ell
Single Gins, Engines, Grain Drills, Harrows, Weeders, Etc.
E. J. NORRIS,
W. J. RUTHERFORD.
R. B. MORRIS.
W. J. RUTHERFORD & CO
B 'R' I C
AND DEADERS IN
Lime, Cement Plaster, Hair
Fire Brick, Fire Clay,
Ready Roofing and
Write TTs TFojr 3Prio?5?.
Corner Reynolds and Washington StrGets,
IIP YOU WANT
A good BugsV-the ea^est runuiug, best riding, with the longest
staying qualities'-see my Iii.o of Open and Ten Buggies, Carriages}
The best Wagon made, our Cwensboro and Russell Wagons.
Anything in the Harness Hue, Duggy Robes, Whips, Saddlery, et?,
we can furnish it to you at price3 as cheap as the cheapest.
The finest toned and best made Piano ou the market we eau show
il to you, or the best Organ by the least raouey. Call and let us show
them to you.
The finest selection of Sheet Music ever seen in this section, come
aud look through our line of classical aud operatic vocal and insttn
And last, if the sad necessity e^ er comes to you or yours wow
you shall need anything in the Undertaker's line, our Hearse aud. eo
tire line of Undertakers' Goods are at )our services.
You are cordia ly invited to visit my store aud let us show fyou
anything you wish h see or hear.
Gr. T?. OOB Q .
JOHNSTON, S ?.