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Etteef ield Advertiser
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.?ertiori; five cents per line for each
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Tributes of Respect, Notices of Thanks,
.nd all personal notices of a political
nature, are charged for as regular ad
vertisements. Liberal contracts made
for thr?e, six, and twelve months
WEDNESDAY, JUN 1901
List of letters remaining in the Post
Office at Edgefleld C. H., June 6tb,
Jae M Dowell, A W Koocb, Wade
Copeland, Miss Ellen Hafner, Misa
Cecilia B Gary.
When asking for letters on this lilt
W. H. BRUNSON, P. M.
FOR SALE-A Columbia chain
less bicycles,! n fi.ie running order.
Apply at ADVERTISER office.
A. F. PERKINS.
Notice is hereby given that the
County Executive committee will
meet on Monday, June 16th. Busi
ness of inp?rtance. All members
requested to be present.
The regular June Examination
for applicants for Teacher's certif
icates will be beldon Friday, June
13th hy order of the State Board
of Education' The examination for
white and colored teachers will be
held on the.paine day.
f A. R. NICHOLSON,
Supt. Education E. C.
FOR RENT-The home of the
late Dr. J. W. Hill, on Main street
two blocks from the public square.
Foi price, terms, etc., apply to
J. H. CANTELOU.
tye are going out of the
Sewing Machine business and will
close out five Standard sewing ma
chines ai invoice cost for cash.
When we say cost we mean it. If
you need a machine you cannot i
afford to miss this opportunity.
RAMSEY ? JONES.
We are headquarters for paints,
oils, - putty, glass, etc., and prices ,
are right. W. E. LYNCH & Co.
We carry a full line of tooth
brushes, hair brushes, nail brush
es, dressing combs, fine combs, etc.
W. E. LYNCH & Co.
Trr Lynch's One Nigh* Liver i
Regulator. Every box guaranteed, 1
W. E. LYNCH & Co. 1
A car load of Rock Hill end Car
olina high grade buggies that are i
right up-to-?Jate, which we are sell- i
ing at a low price. Also a dozeu i
other kinds for cash or on easy
terms. RAM EY & JONES. j
EYE GLASSES accurately fitt
ed cad guaranteed, for all defects
.of eyes. GEO. F. MIMS, Optician. !
jG?,nA?JSQn..nHe ? nice IPJkpiaoa.^
mrttnnne* set? We will sell ,
you one for less than you eau buy
at elsewhere. A beautiful line of
glass '.vare just received also.
RAMSEY & JONES.
Hot weather is now here. How
about a refrigerator ? You can't
keep cool without one. Can we
not Bellcou one?
RAMSAY & JONES. J
Quite a novel line of swinging
lamps just received. Your house
will be brighter if you will hang '
oue';of th?s?? lamps in it.
RAMSEY <fc JONES.
The season is now on for matting
and laniolum. We have them in
many beautiful patterns.
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 have the only First-Class
Barber Shop in Edgefield. Skilled
and courteous barbers always on
hand to serve you. Fresh towels
for every customer. Razors, scis
sors and clippers in firet-class con
dition. Come to ub for your shav
ing, shampooing and hair cutting.
; PARLOR BARBER 8HOP,
-Next door to post-office.
The examinations for the award ot
vacant scholarship? in Winthrop col
lege and for the admission of new stir
ed ?ate viii be neld at the court bouse
?on ttraeay, july 11th, at 9 o'clock a m.
Applicant.^ muse not be less than 15
ye irs of age. When scholarships are
vacated after july 11th, they will be
awatded lo those making the highest
average at this examination. The next
.cesi?n will open September 17, 1902.
For further information and a cat?
atogue address the President at Rock
HUI- D. B. JOHNSON.
Causas or CHARLESTON, CHARLCSTON^-C
Founded in 1785. Strong faculty;
well equinped chemical, physical and
biological laboratories ; library of 14,
000 volumes, the finest museum of nat
ural history in the south. Elect've
coarse? leading to the degrees of B A,
B S, and M A Board with furnished
room in college dormitory can be ob
tained for $10 a month Tuition $40,00.
One scholarship giving free tuition is
assigned to Edgefield -county, the
holder to be appointed by the Probate
Judge and the County Superintended
Total -exj enses for scholarship stu
den e, $112 to $130, All candidates for
admission are permitted to compete
for vacant Boyce scholarships which
ay $150 a year Next session begins
eptemb?r 29 For catalogue, address
HARRISON RANDOLPH, Pr?s.
SUMMER CLASS IN
M?B3 Sophie Gwaltney will give
a three months' courso of lessons,
commencing on the 16th inst.
She will receive any of her for
mer pupils, or any new ones who
mpy desire to come.
? IOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Misa Helen Sheppard ia yiaviti
friends in Aik*n.
Mr. Thomas Furse is now opi
ator for a short while at Rocktt
There was a fair yield of stn
this year but not much wheat a
Only half a crop ot beans, Iri
potatoes, etc. will be made th
M?BS Lucretia Brunson left yf
ter lay for brr home in the Cle?;
Mr. B. J. Crooker and Mr. Ja
B. Kennerly spent Sunday wi
relatives at Ridge Spring.
The crops have held their own r
raarkably well during the drougl
through which we have just pas
Mrs. Agatha A. Woodsoo r
turned to her home in Augusta <
Monday, after a fortnight's stay i
M hs Louise Gibson spent se
eral days in Augusta last wee
visiting her cousin, Mrs. Davei
Miss Kate Sheppard leaves l<
morrow fora fortnight's stay i
Greenwood with relatives an
After tho commencement wi
over Miss Sudie Davis left for be
father's home r.r-ar Rich.irdsot
ville, Saluda county.
Nothing is more pleasing to th
farmer s ear than the low, heav
mutterings of distant thunder i
the direction from whence the rai
Miss Angel Cheatham, who ha
been toaching stenography at Sam
ter Institute for the past session
arrived in Edgefield Saturday af
ternoon to spend several weeks
Miss Lucy Brown, of Anderson
who is quite a favorite in Edge
field, arrived last Friday to speu<
some time with her sister, Mrp. J
Miss Rhett Sheppard, of Edge
field, and Miss Margaret Carlson
of Camden, are visiting. Dr. and
Mrs. B. D. Miller in Waverly.
The (Columbia) State.
Captain E. H.Folk,of the Edge
field bar, was a visitor here this
week. Capt. Folk has many friendi
here who are always glad to m
bim.- Batesburg Cor. August*
The candidates can start ou
now in quest of votes without feai
of being molested as the crops are
clean and growing and . the deal
people are hopeful and in ge oe
Our people manifested their abi
ding interest in and love for the
S. C. C. I. by the very full housa
on the evening of the commence;
SHtht musicale-the only exercise
to which an admission fee wai
Congressman A. F. Lever made
many frieuds and left a very fa
vorable impression upon our peo
ple during O?B short Btay in Edge
field. His address to the graduat
ing class el cited much favorable
comment. We regret that it was
?ot our pleasure to hear it.
Mrs. Dr. Manly Timmons. ac
companied by the little ones, has
gone to speud a month with her
parents. Capt. and Mrs. E. H.
Youngblood, at Winterseat. Dr.
Timmons will joiu them the latter
part of th is week. He will be ab
sent only a week from his office.
The admirable discourse which
was delivered by Dr. Gwakuey on
Sunday morning last cous -d the
minds of his hearers to revert to
che years that are past aud gone.
Would to God that they could re
turn again and that we could have
our beloved brother with us always.
Mrs. W. B. Duckworth, whose
stay in Edgefield has been attend
ed with sad bereavement in the
death of her brother, Mr. Thoma*
J. Adams, returned to her home in
Brevard, N. C., on Monday. Mauy
old acquaintances and school
friends visit 3d her while in Edge
field end extended their sympa
We regret that Mr. L. S Sossa
man and his family are to leave
Edgefield. He has resigned as
superintendent of tb? mill and
has accepted a position with a very
larg?oil mill in Atlanta. The de
parture of such a citizen as Mr.
Sossamanfrom any community is
a decided loss to that communty.
We trust that he will yet reconsid
er tue matter and decide to remain
There seems to be something
permeating the atmosphere round
about the S. C. C. I. that causes
the lady teachers to be of a matri
monial -bent or frame of mind.
The faculty has lost a lady teacher
each year for three consecutive
years by their taking unto them
selves a husband. Miss Allie Too'e
?B to be married at her home dur
ing this month. Those two old
bachelor's, Prof. Entzrainger and
Captain Cain, seem to hi im
mune to the matrimonial fever.
VIRULENT CANCER CURED.
Startling proof of a wonderful ad
vance in medicine is given by drug
gist G W Roberts,Elizabeth,W. Va.
An old man there bad long suffered
with what good docLors pronounc
ed incurable cancer. Tn?y believed
his case hopeless till he used Elec
tric Bitters and applied Bucklen's
Arnica Salve, which treatment
completely cured him. Whe? Elec
tric Bitters are used to expel bil
liou8,kidney and microbe poisons
at the same time this salve exerts
its matchless healing power, blood
diseases,sk in eruptions, ulcers and
sores vanish. Bitters. 60c,salve 25c
at tor-. L Penn & Sou's.
Miss Sophie Gwaltney aDnounc
es that she will take pupils in
music for the summer. Read card
in another c lu run.
Buist Anderson is Idgefidd's
Demosthenes ot the rising g?n?ra
tion. Upon his lap*'! can be seen a
beautiful medal which he won in
one of the oratorical contests of
While in Edgefield Dr. Gwattrey
did not forget the inmates of the
county poor bouse. As was his
wont, for the past nine years, he
preached to t!jem on Sunday af
ternoon. At different times dur
ing these years Edge^eld bas had
quite a uumber of resident minis
ters but none have been so laithful
and considerate of these uufoi tun
ate one6 as has Dr. Gwaltney. May
God raise up such another friend
Mr. Wm. H. Nicholson, brother
of our esteemed friend, B. E. Nich
olson, Esq., having completed the
full four year's course at the South
Caro1 ina college is now a foll A.
B. graduate of that institution.
He stands high in the estimation
of the faculty and student body
and graduates this week with hon
ors. But few young men have ever
left college walls with a brighter
prospect before tbem. We predict
thgt Mr. Nicholson will not disap
point those who watch with inter
est his career.
There were ten graduates from
the S. C. C. I. this year. The only
one completn g the A. B. course
was Mr. Calhoun Mays. Those
completing tho B. E. course wer?-,
Misses Rhett Warren, Ruth Do
Loach. Sophie Huggins and and
Messers Arthur Mays sud Robt.
Black. Mr. Chas.Het rn completed
the business course and Mies
Lucretia Bruueou and Mr. J. E. I
Scott graduated in stenography.
Mies Lutie Cato completed the full
course in music. Of the ten gradu
ates six are from Edgefield coun
Honors Rightly Bestowed.
Edgefield is again honored
through the honors rightly be
stowed upon two of ber eons. The
annual meeting cf tbertrand lodge
of the Knights of Honor, which
embraces every lodge in the Unit
ed States, is now being held, in
Cleveland, Ohio. Two Edgefield
knights are in a'tendance, Hon. J.
C. iShcppard, who is the second
highes* official, Supreme Vice-Dic
tator of the grand lodge, and Dr.
J. Glover Tompkins, who is the
representative )f the South. Carc
lina g;aud lodge.
Thc Indefatigable Worker.
The doors of the S. C. C. I. are
closed. Col. F. N. K. Bailey, hav
ing rounded up the year s work
has joined his family in Green
ville. He expects to retire to some
quiet retreat in the heart of the
mountains of Western North Car
olina, lay aside trmporarily all
thoughts cf business and give him
ftej f nypr to rest and recuperation^
After regaining his accustomed
streugth be will begin his Summer
campaign, not political, however.
He will marsha! bis foi ces and put
them in the field to canvass in the
interest of the S. C. C. I. The ses
sion of 1902-1903 will eclipse all
A Merited Token.
The corps of cadets presented
Capt. R.B.Cain with a very hand
some gold watch as a token of their
esteem for him. Capt. Cain has
b?en commandant for several years
and while he requires the cadets
to conform to the regulations of
the echool he is always unbiased
and impartial, having no pets or
favorites. Dr. Gwaltney, in pre
senting the watch, proved himself
to be a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
In his impromptu presentation
speech he hit upon a vein of ex
qaisite humor that greatly surpiis
ed and delighted the audience.
The Summer School.
June the 25th has been definitely
decided upon as the date for the
opening of the summer school for
the teachers of Edgefield county.
The trustees should see to it that
the teachers attend this school
Much real good for the cause of
education has been derived from
these teachers institutes. The beli
ef its that accrue are in proportion
to the number of teachers who
attend. If the teachers do not at
tend voluntarily some compulsion
will have to be brought to bear up
on them. They should not be allow
ed to stay away with impunity.
Teachers of Edgefield, the county
superintendent of education ie ex
pecting a large attendance. Do not
SAVED FROM AN AWFUL FATE.
"Everybody said I had consump
tion," writes Mrs A M Shields, of
Chamber8burg, Pa., "I was so low
after 6 mos of severe sicklies, caus
ed by hay fever and asthma, that
few thought I could get well, but
I loamed of the marvelous merit of
Dr. Kiug's New Discovery for con
sumption, used it and was complete
ly cured.'' For desperate throat and
lung disease it is thb safest cure in
the world, and is infallible fer
coughs, colds and bronchial affec
tio'.s, G. L. Penn & Son gua:?
antee'every 50c and $1,00 bottle,
and give trial bottles free.
Mrs. J F. Killebrew is visiting
relatives in town.
HAPPY TIME IN OLD TOWN.
"We felt very happy," writes R N
Bevill, Old Town. Va., ''when
Buck en's Arnica Salve wholly
cured our daughter of a bad case of
scald head." It delights all who
use it for fever sores, ulcers, salt
rheum, cuts.burns or bruises. In
fallible for piles, 25c at G. L. Penn
& Sou's drug store.
I HOD. W. J. Talbert was iu town
a short tima on Monday shaking
hanilBwith his many friends. Col.
Talbert is in good shape for the
fray which begins in less than a
M. P We?B Epq. anuonuces bis
candidacy for the legislature thu
week. Mr. Wells was born and
rearad on the Hom creek sectiou.
f?e ha?? been engaged in th? prac
tice of law at ih i Edgefield bar for
the past decade. He asks the suf
frage of the people and, if elected,
will render faithful service in re
FILTHY TEMPLES ININDIA.
Sacred cows often defile Indian
temples, but worse yet is a body
that's polluted by constipation
Don't permit it. Cleanse your sys
tem with Dr. King's New Life Pills
and avoid untold misery. They give
lively liverB, active bowels, good
digestion, fine appetite. Only 25c
at G. L. Penn & Son's.
Card of Thanks.
We hereby expiess our sincer
est and heartfelt thanks co the
good people of Edgefield, and es
pecially to our doot neighbors, for
the many kindnesses Bhown us dur
ing the illness and death of our
baby, and for ti.e sympathetic and
kind words of condoi? nee offered
us iu our bereavement. And we so
much appreciated the floral offer
ing. We stand ever ready toatsist
our friends at any time that the
occasion may present itself, and
awk our friends not to besitate to
call on us, as wo will gladly do
for them all that in our power lies.
MR. & MRS. A. F. PERKINS.
ONE FARE TO DENVER.
Southern Railway announces rate of
one first class fare for the round trip
plus 52, from all points in this- terri
tory to Dpnver. Tickets will be sold,
June 21. 22 and 23d, with a final limit
leaving Denver July 31,with privilege
of extension to August 31st. Parties
taking this trip have an excellent op
portunity of visiting the Grand Cany
on, Pike's Peak, Carden of ihe Gods,
Yellowstone park, Salt Lhke City and
other points in the West, as reduced
rates will be made for these side trips.
Dr ?V EPelhptn, of Newberry, State
ebal rn n, will be in charge of the
Soath rolina delegation going via
Sour lu Railway tj St Louis at which
point 1 ?diate connections will be
made tl ?li to Denver, For furt?er
iniorma apply to W E McGee, T.
P. A. Augusta, Ga., R. L.
Seav, P. . T. A., Columbia, S. C.,
orR. W. Hunt, D. P. A., Charles
ton, S. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF EDGEFIELD.
In the Probate Court.
By J. D. Allen, Esq., Probate Judge
Whereas, Mr. J. L. MIMS haE
made suit to me to grant him
Letters of Administration, of the
state and eft'ecls of ThomaBJ.
These are, therefore, lo cite and
admonish all and singular thekiu
dred and creditors of tho said
Thomas J. Adams, deceased, that j
they be and appear before me in
the Court of Probate to be held at
Edgefield C. H., S. C., on the 25th
day ot June, next, after publi
cation thereof, at ll o'clock in the
forenoon, to show cause, if any
they have, why the said adminis
tration should not be grauted.
Given under my hand the 5th
, ^^^s day o f June, A.
SEAL. [ D. 1902, and publish
' >-^v^ ' ed in tho ADVERTISER
June 11th, 1902.
J. D. ALLEN,
J P. E. C.
Paul Cogburu won a modal f ?r
being the best drilled cadet of the
A really healthy woman has lit
tle pain or dlsoomiort at Ine
menstrual period. No woman
needs to have any. Wine of,
Cardui will quickly relieve those
smarting menstrual pains and
the dragging head, back andi
side aches caused by falling of j
[the womb and irregular menses.
has brought permanent relief to '
|1,000,000 women who suffered J
I every month. It makes the men
strual organs strong and healthy.
lit is the provision made by Na
fture to give women relief ixom}
the terrible achen and pains which
ibllght ?0 many .'lonies.
I have been very
I waa taken with 0
side and could not
I tried a bottlo of Vi
fore I had taten all
I feel it my duty to.
sn, LA., Oct. 14, l wo.
tick for some time,
?evere pain in my
?tt any relief until
ne of Oardui. Be- j
Of it I was relieved
tay that you have ft
MRS. M. A. YOUNT.
1 For adrice and literature, adores*, BIYIIIR iran
I tonn. "Tbc L&diei- Adrleory Department,'' Tn?
Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
The Best Prescriptions for Malaria
Chills and Fever is a bottleof GROVE'S
TASTELESS GHILL TONIC. It is simply
iron and quinine in a tastelese form
No cure -no Dav. Price 50o
TO CURE A COLD IN ONEOAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund the mon?-y if it
Tails to cure. E.W. Grove's signature
is on each box.
$5.00 CASH IN AD\ ANCE.
- . Congress
I hereby aunounce myself a
candidate for Congress from the
second congressional dietiict, sub
ject to the result of the primary
slectiou and hereby pledge myeelf j
to abide by and support the nom
inees at said election, and to sup
port the platform and principles of
the democratic party.
G. W. CBOFT.
To the Democrats of Edgefield Con n'y :
I am a candidate for Congress from
the -2nd district and will abide the re- j
salt of the primary. While I am op
posed to imperialism, 1 am in favor of
treaties allowing us to shove our goods
on liberal terms in every market of the
world. I favor practical, tangible re
sults. Trusts should be throttled, but
corporations doing a legitimate busi
ness should be encouraged and pro-1
tooted. Bural Deli vea y toutes, in suf
ficient number to supply mail to every
family every day, should be establish
ed. 1 favor turning loose all the mon
ey down here that can possibly be
secured. The rights and conveniences
of the people should receive para
mount attention. What I am today is
due largely to your support and help,
for which I feel grateful to yoi', and 1
refer you to the record which will
show for itself whether I have been
true to you and whether I have pro
tected and promoted your interest.
, I will thank you for your support
in the ensuing Democratic primary.
J. WM. THURMOND.
To the Demociatic voters of Edg.
field county :
I hereby announce myself as a j
candidate, in the ensuing primary,
or congress from ihe second dis-j
inct and solicit your support.
3ntertain the expectation of ad-j
dressing you upon the issues of
the day whenever proper occasions)
present themselves, and in the
meantime hope that my ?character
md general fitness may receive
pour attention. I shall be eubject
itali .imes to the regulations pre
jcribed for the primary, and sub
icribe to such pledge as the wis
lom of the S'ate democratic party
nay formulate. Respectfully,
G. DUNCAN BELLINGER.
I respecttully auuoui ce myself
is a candidat? for the office of Au
iitor of Edgefield County. I will
ibide the results of the primary
dection and support the nominees j
)f the party.
H. W. DOBEY.
I respectfully announce myself]
is a candidate for re-election to
;heoffice of County Auditor; and
lo hereby pledge myself to abide
;he results of the primary election
iud to pupport the nominees of j
:be democratic party.
^ J. B. HALTIWANGER.
Tr ear ur er
TI am a candidate for County Treas
irer. I will support the nominees of j
he party and abide the results of the j
C. M. WILLIAMS.
^Tresppctfully announce myself as a
jaodidate for the office of County
Treasurer. Wil'. abide by the results
if the democratic primary and sup
port the nominees of the same. I say, i
ic 1 have said before, I hope my friends
will remember me in this election. If j
not I wi'l love them just the same.
J. TRAPP MCMANUS.
House of Representatives
I am a candidate for the House of
Representatives. 1 will abide the re
sults of the primary elections and sup
port the nominees of the Democratic
P. B. MAYSON.
I respectfully announce myself
as a candidate for re-election to
the House of Representatives, and
pledge myself to abide the result
and support tho nominees of the
THOS. H. RAINSFORD.
I respectfully announce myself
a candidate for re-election to the
office, of Judge of Probate of Edge
field county and pledge myself to
abide the result of the democratic
primary election and support the
nominees of the party.
J. D. ALLEN.
Superintendent of Education
I respectfully announce myself as a
candidate for Superintendent of Edu
cation for Edgefield 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
the primary election and support
the nominees of the democratic
A. R. NICHOLSON.
I respectfully announce myself
as a candidate for the office of Su
pervisor. I .flin abide by the re
sults of the democratic primary
and support the nominees of tho
party. D.D. PADGETT."
I am a candidate f jr office of
Supervisor of Edgefield County,
subject to the action of the Demo
cratic primary of August 26th. I
will bo very thankful for any and
all support given me, and, if elect
ed, will discharge the duties of the
office with an eye eingle to the
good of the county and the people.
R. A. COCHRAN.
Supervisor of Registration
I hereby announce to the voters
of Edgefield county that I am a
candidate for re-election to the of
fice of Supervisor of Registration
and will abide the result of the
primary and support the nominees
of the sam?. Thanking you for
favors of the past, I shall try to
merit your continued favor and
confidence, JNO. O. H ERIN,
THE NATIONAL BANK OF AUGUSTA
L. C. HAYNS, Pres'?, F!G.FORD, Cashlor.
Un-.Mvi.lrd Profils } $110,000.
FaciUtioa of our magnificent New Vault
leonialuing 410 Safoty-Lock Boxes. Differ
lent Sizes ara offered to our patrons and
tho public at $3.00 to 910.00 per *""'"n
|L. C. Hayne,
Chas, C. Howard.
EDGEFIELD, S. C.. WEDNESDAY. JTJNE ll. 1902
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I THE FARMERS BANK ?
j OF EDGEFIELD, S- C. (
I STATE AND GOENTY DEPOSITOBY.
= THE LAR
B ? STRONGEST BANK IN EDGEFIELD COUNTY E
I Paid uv Capital.$ 58,000.00 ?
= Surplus and Undivided Profits. 15,000.00 5
I Liability of Stockholders. 58,000.00 |
I Protection to Depositors .$131,000.00 j
s We invite attention of those desiring a safe depository for their money to th? above jE
E Lie s. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS BY SPECIAL CONTRACT. j|
= I Under provisioa of its charter this bank is authorized to act as trustee, guardian 2
= administrator and executor id to accept and execute trusts generally.
S A. E. PADGETT, President r. I'. RAINSFORD, Vice-Pre?. S
? J. L.CAUGIIMAN, Cashier. W. H. HARLING, Abst.-Cashier ?
J. WILLIE LEVY,
mm ART wmmmR
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.
844 Broad St, AUGUTA, GA J
H. FAY GAFFNEY.
?WPMBV MB rm
Represent the very best Fire Insurance Companies in the'country and art
Agents for the NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO., the oldest and .largeit
Internationa! Life Insurance company in the world. Insurance in force Jan
ist, 1901, over $1,202,000,000.00. 6This companyg issues the only poliaf tha
Offiice Over Bank of Edgefield.
Binders,Keapers, Mowers, Eakes,
Corn Shredders, Grinders, Binder Twine Repairss
WRITE ME a postal and I will give you full information. I Bell
also COTTON Ca-IIST SYSTEM
Single Gins, Engines, Grain Drills, Harrows, Weeders, Etc.
E. J. NORRIS,
W. J. RUTHERFORD. R. B. MORRIS.
W. J. RUTHERFORD & CO
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AND DEADERS IN .
Lime, Cement Plaster, Hair
Fire Brick, Fire Clay,
Ready Roofing and
Write TTs For JPrioes*.
Corner Reynolds and Washington Streets,*
Banfes, wagons. Pianos
s, musical istiiiuts.
TF* YOU "W-A-TMT
A good Buggy-the easiest running, best riding, with the longest
staying qualities-see ruy line of Open and Ton Buggies, Carriages]
The best Wagon made, our Owensboro and Russell Wagoni.
Anything in the Harness line, Buggy Robes, Whips, Saddlery, et?,
we can furnish it to you at prices as cheap as the cheapest.
The finest toned and best made Piano on the mamet we can ibo*
il to you, or the best Orgau by the least money. Call and lot ul show
them to you. \ . -
The finest selection of Sheet Music ever seen in this section, ?omi
and look through "Dur line of classical and operatic vocal and ioitti
mental music. \ .
Aud last, if the sad necessity ever comeB to you or youri wit?
you shall need anything in the Undertaker's line, our Hearse and CD
tire line of Undertakers' Goods are at your services.
You are cordially invited to visit my store and let ue show feroa
auythingyou wish lo see or hear.
G-. "E* - O
JOHNSTON, S 0