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WEDNESDAY, JILY 2, 1902.
The scores of farmers who Lare
used McCormick mowers for yean
and the fifty odd who have pur
chased them ti'isyear eau tsstify
to their merits ard th?-ir advan
tages over others.
E. J. NORRIS.
FOR SALE-A Columbia chain
less bicycle iu fine running order,
lias automatic brake and the tires
are in good condition. Reason for
selling: Edgernld is so densely
populate! that there is not room
enough for wheals on the sidewalks
of the metropolitan city. Apply at
A. F. PERKINS.
The. McCormick mower is the
only mower ou the market that
has a draft spriug which lessens
the blow and strain on the horse
and machine when the blade
. strikes a stump or o'her object.
Call upon me and let me show you.
E. J. NORRIS.
Farmers who contemplate buy
ing a mower should see the Mc
Cormick with the vertical lift at
tachment. If you see and under
stand its advantages you will buy
no other. E, J. NORRIS.
FOR SALE.-Forty barrels of
disinfectant lime at 50c per bar
rel. M. A. TAYLOR.
We are offering special bargains
in all summer goods. If you would
like to save money now is the time
to lo so. C E. MAY.
Photographic- Prices re
duced for the sunner, come
and learn them.
R. H. MiMS.
Ladies and men's Oxfords at
very low prices. They must go.
C. E. MAY.
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.
Straw hats at cost a* long as
they last. C. E. MAY.
We are going out of the
Sewing Machine business and will
close out five Standard sewing ma
chines at invoice cost for cash.
When we say cost we mean it. If
you need a machine you cauuot
afford to miss this opportunity.
RAMSEY & JONES.
Negligee shirts :u great variety,
at very low prices. Ask to Ree the
ones we sell at 50c. C. E. MAY.
We are headquarters for paints,
oils, putty, glass, etc., and priceB
. re right." W. E. LYNCH & Co.
I still have a large stock of hos
iery in ladies', and men's lace
stripes aud plain at very low
prices. C. E. MAY.
<^Ve^emTry~a full line of tooth
brushes, hair brushes, nail brush
es, dressing combs, fine combs, etc.
W. E. LYNCH & Co.
Trv Lyuch's One Night Liver
Regulator. Every box guaranteed.
W. E. LYNCH & Co.
A car load of Rock Hill end Car
olina high grade buggies that are
right up-to-iJate,which weare sell
ing at a low price. Also a dozeu
other kinds for cash or on easy
term*. RAM EY & JONES.
EYE GLASSES accurately fitt
ed and guaranteed, for all defects
of eyes. GEO. F. MiMS, Optician.
Can you use a nice 100-piece
chin:i diuner set? We will sell
yyu one for less than you can buy
it elsewheie.? A beautiful line of
glassware just received also.
RAMSEY & JONES.
Hot weather is now here. How
about a refrigerator ? You can't
keep cool without one. Can we
not sell you one ?
RAMSAY & JONES.
Quite a novel line of swinging
lamps just received. Your house
will be brighter if you will hang
one of thestriamps in it.
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 with
French glass doors to match. Iron
beds and springs to fit. Chairs and
tables to fix your rooms up-to-date
if yon want them.
RAMSEY ?fe JONES.
We have the only First-Class
Barber Shop in ?dgefield; Skilled
andoourteous barbers- always on
hand to Serve you. Fresh towels
for every customer. Razors, seis?
sorg and clippers iu first-class cour
dition. Come to us for your shav=
iug, shampooing and bair cutting,
PALLOR BAILER SHOp,
?jext door to postroftice.
SUMMER CLASS IN
Miss Sophie Gwaltney will give
g three months' courso of lessons,
commencing on the loth inst.
. She will receive any of her for?
mer pupils, OF any new ones who
piay desire to come.
SAVINGS BANK, ?
805 Broad Street.
W, B. YOUNG, President s
J, G. WHK?J.K, - - . , Cashier 1
SAVINGS ACCOUTS SOLICITED S
I Interest Paid on Deposits |
IGIIIIIIIIIKIIII miiiMiHfummtiimiiMimmu =
I LOCAL AND PERSONAL. |
Edg'field may, eau and mvst
have H hasii.'ees league.
Ifr. B. J. Croker spent ?tn day
1 at Ridge Spring with relatives.
0. Sheppard, Esq., ia in yrebn
wood OD business, f?e willjrelurn
Friday next, July 4th, being a
legal holiday both of the banks
will be closed.
Remembei tho meeting in the
court house on Friday afternoon
at 7 o'clock.
Mrs. D. I. Denny, of Columbians
visiting her mother, Mrs. Kate-W.
Mrs C E May left on yes
terday to spend sometime at
Miss Effie Rogers, cf Darlington,
and MissFloience Wood,of Aiken,
are visiting Miss Helen Sheppard.
The campaign meeting will he
held in the court house instead of
the De Voie grove as first announ
Mr. L. Wigfall Cheatham, of the
Chronicle, left Sunday for Harris
Lithia Springs to enjoy a much
Prof. G. Marshall Moore, of
Greenwood visited in Edgefield
this week, much to the delight of
his many friends.
Every citizen who is truly loyal
to Edgefield and her best .interests
? ill b<?,at the court house Friday
afternoon promptly at 7 o'clock.
Mrp. S. M. Rice, accompanied
by her two little sous, left on Fri
day last to spend a month at Mil
let, Ga.,with her sieter.Mrs.Black.
Mr. E. J. Norris, accompanied
by two of the little oneri, spent last
Sunday with his father at Bates
Mrs. Cary Lamar returned to her
home at Beech Island on Satur
day last, after a two week's very
pleasant stay with Mrs. James H.
Many of the little folks of our
community are sorely afflicted
with that dread erid<mic. whoop
Mrs.E.S.Mims,of Augusta, is on
a visit to her daughter, Mrs. R.
W. Timmons, who resides in our
After a very pjesan*. vitjt "i>
ber cousins,Misses Effie end EUa
mays Allen, aud aunt, Mrs W. S.
Adams, Miss Eva Glover left on
Monday to visit relatives al Tren
Mr. ai.d Mrs. Manon S. Bur
nett left on Friday for Columbia
and Greenwood whero where they
will Fpf;ud several days with rela
tives and friends.
J.H.Cantelou, Esq,is having the
stately residence of the late Dr.
J. W. Hill on Main street beauti
fully painted and pat in first ?lass
Miss Angel Cheatham will
leave on Thursday for Sum
ter to resume her position as
teacher in the Sumter Insti
Mr E J Non is has more
mower talk in this issue. It
doesn't require much talk,
however, to sell McCormick
mowers. Read his locals.
Horace Cogburn had the
misfoitune on Monday last
to have his hand caught in the
machinery at the mill It was
so badly lacerated that the
middle finger of his right
hand had to be removed
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. DeVore en
tertained a number of their friends
at cards on Thursday evening lust
in honor of their sister, Mrs. Mae
Dozier Duncan. The gentleman's
prize was won by Hon. J. C. Shep
pard and the lady's prize was
awarded to Miss Mamie Carwile.
A highly commendable act and
one that the entire community
greatly appreciates and will prof
it by was that of B. E. Nicholson,
Esq., in drafting and circulating,
in person, for signatures, the no
tice with reference to the forma
tion of a Busiuess League which
wo publish tj day
The good people round about
Stevens Creek church kuow how
to entertain their friends and the
strangers who attend their gath
erings. N umbers of our pecple at
tended the union meeting at that
historic old church on Sunday
last. All came back witl pleas ?t?
and happy recollections ci the day.
As will be remembered by many,
0. Sheppard, Esq,, was elected a
member of the Board of Visitors
of t h e South Carolina Military
academy by the last geuercl as
sembly of South Carolina. Mr,
Sheppard attended the annual
meeting of the board which was
held in Charleston on Friday and
Saturday last, returning Sunday
afternoon. Search the Alumni roll
of this old and honored institution
and no one cap be fouud theron
who is better'qualified to serve up
on this boaid than 0. Sheppard,
The friends of Mr. \V. A. D.
?BlnckwelJ and of the public inter
ests of the county desire to nomi
nate him, f?r Sub-County Commis -
sioner, as a good, careful business
man in whose bands the county af
fairs would be wisely and honestly
managed. Mr. Blackwell has the
confidence and esteem of h i s
neighbors, and ha? been solicited
to run for this position and we ask
i for his support by the public who
; pledge him to abide by the rules of
i the Democratic party and to Bup
j port the nominees of lb.** party.
Makes the food more di
ROYAL BAKING PO
A CALL TO DU1Y.
A short while since the
EDGEFIELD ADVERTISER had
an editorial on "The need of
Business League in Edge
field." To every thinking
citizen the benefit that could
result to thc the town through
the organized effort of our
business men is so manifest
that no argument is needed to
convince them that we should
have such an organization.
While for years we have been
content to act, or rather fail
to act, on'the proverb "That
all things come to him who
waits," we must awake to
the fact that the progress of |
our town depends on our ex
ertion in its behalf.
We, the undersigned, invite
all citizens of the town of
Edgefield who are interested
in its welfare to meet in the
court house on Friday, July
4th, at 7 o'clock p. m. for
the purpose^ of organizing a
business league, the object of
which shall be to promote the
material progress of our
town. We are very desirous
that all branches of business
shall be represented,and hope
that together they will form a
league that will accomplish
much for the common good :
B.L.Jones &, Son, B.E.Nicholson,
B. J.Crooker, E. J.Norris,
T. A.Owdom, W.H.Harling,
G.W.Campbell, H.C.Watson <fcCo
E. H.Folk, T.Fnrse Sc Co.,
C. E.May,. D.T.Gricn,
Geo.F.Mims, A. L. Barker,
A. S.Tompkins, J.E.Hart,
F. W.P.Butk-r, B.B.Jonee,
J.T.Patterson, May & May,
Misses Genie Brimson and
Kellah Fair are spending this
week at Trenton. "
Ur. B.H. Teague, of Aiken, who
is well known and greatly esteem
ed in Edgefield, spent Sunday last
with Dr. and Mrs. H. Parker.
Messers. C. A. Griffin and W.
B. Penn have returned from the
sanatarium in Atlanta very much
improved in health.
Mr and Mrs J. W. J. Burnett re
turned to Greenwood on Friday,
after attending the marriage of the
former's brother,MarioD, ou Wed
nesday evening last.
Mrs. Jane Foreman, of Ellenton,
who has made many friends dur
ing former visits in Edgefield, is
spending some time wiih her
daughters, Mrs. Ashley and Mrs.
Merriman, at their Buncombe
The Logomachy club was very
pleasantly entertained on Thurs
day evening last by Misses Effie
and Ellamays Allen. The lady's
prize was wou by Miss Virginia C.
Addison and the gentleman's prize
was carried oft' by Mr.B.J.Crooker.
Mr. Ralph Jones was the recipient
of the consolation prize, B. E.
Nicholson, Esq,, who, by the way,
is known as Edgefield's gifted af
ter-dinner speaker, delivered the
prizes in a very happy and grace
SAVE D FROM AN AWFUL FATE
"Everybody said I iad consump
tion," writes Mrs A M Shields, of
Chamber8burg, Pa., i4I 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 learned of the marvelous merit of
Dr. King's New Discovery for con
sumption, UBed it and was complete
ly cured." For desperate throat and
lung disease it is thb safest cure in
the world, and is infallible for
con . , colds and bronchial affec
tions, G. L. Penn & Son guar
antee every 50c and $1,00 bottle,
and give trial bottles free.
W?3 publish this week the RU-.
nouncements of two Westside cit*
iseus who will be potent factors in
the race that is ou. Hon. W, R,
Parks is announced b)' bis friend?
as a candidate for the House of
Representatives and Mr. W. A. D.
^Blackwell is announced af a candi
date for Su/b-Couuty Commission
er. The way these ileet-fnoted
Weat-side gentlemen will run will
VIRULENT CANCER CURED.
Startling proof of a wonderful ad
vauce in medicine is given by drug::
gist G \V Koberts,Elizabeth,W. Va,
An old man there had long suffered
with what good doctors pronounc?
ed incurable cancpr. They beiievpd
bis case hopeless till he used Elec
tric fitters and applied Bucklwn's
Arnica Salve, which treatment
completely cured bim. When Eleo
trie Bitters are used to expel bil
liou8,kidney and microbe poisons
at Ihe same time this salve exerts
its matchless healing power, blood
diseasePjSkin eruptions, ulcprs and
6oros vanish. Bitters. 50c,salve25c
at G. L. Penn & Sou's.
tl KAKI NO
Vicious and wholesome
WOES CO., HEW YORK._
TREAT SOLICITOR THUR
MOND WITH FAIRNESS.
Mr. Editor: As the campaign
advances arguments, specious,
plausible and otherwise, are made
against several candidates for the
various offices, wbich#belong to the
Deople and ar.', to be filled by thair
Recently I have heard that in
certain quarters some people op
pose Solicitor Thurmond for con
gress because he would not resign
as solicitor before entering the
race for congress. Now, Mr.Editor,
every candidate should have fair
play. The custom has always
been that when an officer runs for
another office he does not resign
the one be holds unless elected to
the last one he runs for. When
Judge Earle ran for the United
States senate he did not resign
until elected to the latter ofSce;
and so when Solicitor Bellinger
ran for attorney general, he did
not resign as solicitor nntil elect
ed attorney general ; then the gov
ernor appointed his successor. Not
an instance, so far as I can learn,
eau be named where a man holding
a moneyed office in this state, re
signed it when he ran for another.
Tuen why exact more of the plow
boy candidate than cf those who
never made a furrow V No mau in
Edgefield or Saluda county will
tell you that he IB displeased with
a single business transaction that
Solicitor Thurmond ever had with
him. Everybody kno*s that he
will work for a poof man whether
he has money or not, everybody
knows he is kind-hearted and just
and he worked and struggled and
economized to get where he is.
But, ab ! men with big names, men
who never ran a furrow, howevor,
I don't mean to refer personally to
those I named, can cuttho"Buok"
as they please, and certain people
will pull off their hats and say
arnon ; but when an honest plow
boy as well qualified as any in
the race, aspires to Congressional
houors, he must deprive himself
of legal rights, he must -deprive
himself of rights given him by the
rules and constitution of the De
mocratic party. He has always
fought for the party and its prin
ciples and ita nominees.
Col. Talbert a candidate for
Governor ha6 not resigned as Con
gressman. Mr.Latimer,a candidate
for the senate has not resigued,and
a number of ifficers who are can
didates have not resigned. If Sol
icitor Thurmond is elected to Cou
greSB his successor will be appoiu
ted by the Governor.
Soliciter Thuimoud has stoc
by the peuple, aud protected" the
rights,on one and all occasions, ai_
if the people treat him fairly, they
will give him a solid vote.
Teachers Being Taught.
For one week the much
talked o f county summer
school has been in session in
the S.C.C. I. chapel. While
the attendance is not as large
as the county superintendent
of education expected it is as
well attended as in foi mer
years. - The student body of
this school is unique, being
composed entirely of teach
ers-fifteen young ladies and
two young men.
Prof. E. C. Coker, super
intendent of the city schools
of Greenwood, is the instruc
tor. The teachers in atten
dance have a rare opportunity
in being able to sit at the feet
of this able educator for thirty
days. Prof. Coker not only
drills his pupils in grammar,
arithmetic and literature but
he demonstrates new meth
ods of teaching these three
important branches. He has
an inexhaustable store of
technical knowledge and pos
sesses in a remarkable degree
the power of imparting it in
It is expected that the at
tendance will increase during
this week. Every teacher in
the county who did not go to
the stat*; school at Winthrop
should be enrolled here.
Farmers, 6cw all of the peas \OU
can buy '.eg and borrow,
ALL persons holding claims a/rainst
the estate of Thomas J. Adams,
deceased, late of Edgelleld county, are
hereby i:otitied to present the same
duly attested, and all persons Indebted
to pa;d estate to make payment unto
J. L. MIMS,
June 25, 1902.
. $5.00 CASH IN ADVANCE.
I hereby announce myself a
candidate for Congress from the
second congressional distict, sub
ject to the result of the primary
elf-ction and hereby pledge myself
to abide by and support the nom
inees at said election, and to sup
port the platform 8ud principles of
the democratic party.
G. W. CROFT.
To the Democrats of Edgefield Coun'y :
I am a candidate for Congress from
the 2nd district and will abide the re
sult of the primary. While lam 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
tected. Rural Deliveay ?outes, 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 I
refer you to the record which will
show for itself whether J 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 vot?rsof Edge
field county :
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate, in the ensuing primary,
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
aud general fitness may receive
your attention. I shall be subject
at all Limes to t he regulations pre
scribed for the primary, and sub
scribe to such pledge as tha wis
dom of the Slate democratic party i
may formulate. Respectfully,
G. DUNCAN BELLINGER.
I respecttully annour ce myself
as a candidate for the office of Au
ditor of Edgefield County. I will
abide the results of the primary
election and support the nominees
of the party.
H. W. DOB EY.
I respectfully announce myself
a6 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 -* iU
^respectfully announce myself as a
candidate for the office of County
Treasurer. WO*, abide by the results
of the democratic primary and sup
port the nominees of the same. I say,
ar. 1 have said before,l hope my friends
will remember me in this election. If
not I will love them just the same.
J. TRAPP MCMANUS.
House of. Representatives
lama candidate for the House of
Representatives. 1 will abide the re
BUi ,5 of the primary elections and sup
port the nominees of the Democratic
P. B. MAYSON.
I respectfully announce myself
as a v:audidate for re-election to
the H ouse of Representatives, and
pledg? myself lo abide the result
and s.ipport tho nominees of the
THOS. H. RAINSFORD.
I respectfully announce myself
a candidate for re-election to the
office ( f Judge of Probate of Edge
field couuty and pledge myself to
abide the result of the democratic
primary election and support the
nomin es of the party.
J. D. ALLEN.
Sup, v intendent of Education
I respectfully announce myself ts a
candk itte for Superintendent of Edu
cation for Edgefield county, subject to
theru:es and regulations of the demo
cratic i>. ?mary.
WM. A. BYRD.
I ht-oby anuouuco myself as a
candicV.e for re-election to tho of
fice of County Superintendent of
Educan.n for Edgefield county
and agree too abide the result of
the prindary election and support
the nominees of tho democratic
A. R. NICHOLSON.
I respectfully announce myself
asa candidate for the office of Su
pervisor I will abide by the re
sults of the demooratio primary
and support the nominees of tho
party, D. D. PADGET*.
I am a candidate f jr office of
^Supervisor of Edgefield County.
Bubject 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 single to the
good of the county and the people,
R. A. COCHRAN.
House cf Represertahves
I respectfully bag leave to an
nounce myself as a candidate for
the House of Representatives, sub
ject the rules of the Democratic
primary, hereby pledging myself
to abide the result of the party.
M. P. WELLS,
$2.50 QASH IN ADVANCE.
I respectfully ai.bounce myself
as a candidate for re-electiou to
the oflice of Magistrate of the first
judicial district of Edgefield coun
ty. I shall be grateful for the sup
port of my friends and fellow-cit
izens. I pledge myself to abide
the result of the Democratic pri
mary and will support all the nom
inees of the same.
N. L. BRUNSON.
I respectfully announce myself a?
candidate for election as Magis
trate ot the fiist judicial district of
this county, and pledge myself to
abide the ruL. and support the
nominees of the Democratic pri
mary. If elected, I shall endeavor
to discharge the duties of the office
in au intelligent, conscientious,
impartial mtinner, and hope tc
merit the approval of all good
citizens as well as of the friends,
who desired me to stand for the
office. D. T. GRICE.
Supervisor of Registration
I hereby announce to the voters
of Edgefield couuty 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 same. Thanking you for
favors of the past, I shall try to
merit your continued favor and
confidence. ?L\o. 0. KERIN.
R. H. M I ? S,
Strictly up-to-date. Have you a
photograph of each member of your
family. Good work at low prices.
THE NEW DOMESTIC
Was awrrded the gold medal, the
bighe-tt award given at the Pan-Amer
ican expostion a? the best family
recognized by experts as superior to
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.
OFFICE HOURS i g a'm' *? J J? m>
?2 p. m. to G p. m.
14 YES. ACTIVE PRACTICE
CON F ATE STAMPS, NOTES
I pay good prices for Confederate stamps, on
envelopes preferred, currency, bonds, etc. Looli
over youT and let me know what you have, oi
better still, send samples. Bank reference giv
en. I deal fairly and promptly. Hunt up you
old war time correspondence and write me. Do
notdelay. This means much to you. ?Address :
T. C. Harbaugh, Casstown, Ohio.
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Copy mu3t be in this oflice bj
Saturday noon before publicatio
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sertiou. The poper goes to pres
at 7 o'clock Wednesday mornin
and the forms are closed at ?100
Tuesday, Bear this iu mind, dc:
contributors au4 advertisers.
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I THE FARMERS BANK !
j OF EDGEFIELD, S. C.
I STATE AND COUNTY B?P0SIT0ET.
= THE LAR
S L STRONGEST SANK IN EDGEFIELD COUNTY =
I Paid UT) Capital.CS,000.00 =
= Surplus and Undivided fi . 1,5,000.00 ft
I Liability of Stockholders. 58,000.00 ?
I Protection to Depositors.$131,000.00 |
- Wc invite attention of those desiring a safe depository for their money to the abovo S
S fac> INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS BY SPECIAL CONTRACT. j|
S IF Under provision of its charter this bank is authorized to act as trustee, guard.an ?
= administrator and executor, and to accept ami execute trnsts generally. -
5 A. E. PADGETT, President
5 J. L. CAUGHMAN, Cashier.
T. I'.nAINSFORD. Vice-Pres.
\V. H. HAULING, Asst.-Cashier 5
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J. WILLIE LEVY,
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The greatest line of Clothing in Augusta. Full line o?
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
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209 7th Street, Augusta, Ga, -
GIVES FREE EYE TESTS for all d_>cts of
s'BhL grinds the proper glasses and WAK
Lenses cut into your frame while you wait.
FREE ': ,e]i" ?f >'0M
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TRY NEW DISCOVER!
FOR THAT COLD.
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma,
risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness,
Sore Throat, Croup and
NO CURE. NO PAY.
Price 50c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE,
Every Prosperous Farmer has a
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CALLION irt-CoR HraafiSte
Binders,Reapers, Mowers, Bakes,
Corn Shredders, Grinders, Binder Twine Rep
WRITE ME a postal and I will give you full information. I fell
also COTTON GrXN SYSTEM
Single Gins, Engines, Grain Drills, Harrows, Weeders, Etc.
E. J. NORRIS,
W. J. RUTHERFORD. R. B. MORRIS.
W. J. RUTHERFORD & CO
Lime, Cement Plaster, Hair
Fire Brick, Fire Clay,
Ready Roofing and
Write TTs For Pricer.
Corner Reynolds and Washington Streets,
Biggies, Wagons. Pianos
Oigaos, Musical istiumeof s.
A good Buggy-the easiest running, best riding, with the longest
staying qualities-see my line of Open and Ten Buggies, Carriages]
The best Wagon made, our Owensboro and Russell Wagons.
Anythiug iu the Harness line, Buggy Robes, Whips, Saddlery, eU.
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 eke?
it to you, or the best Organ by the least money. Call and let ul si?v
them to you.
The finest selectiou of Sheet Music ever seen in this section, tome
and look through our line of claseical and operatic vocal and instr!*
And last, if the sad necessity e^ er comes to you or yours wko
you shall need anything in the Undertaker's line, our Hearse and 9?
tire line of Undertakers' Goods are at your services.
You are cordially invited to visit my store and let us show [j?m
anytbingyou wish l o see or hear.
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