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J. L. MIMS, . - - EDITOR.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 13, 1902.
The county summer school
of oratory opened under fa
vorable auspices at Johnston
on the 5th inst. Four sessions
of the school-Johnston,Tren
ton, Mill chapel and Red Hill
-were held last week, and it
is impossible to chronicle the
layings of the thirty orators
and tkeir one hundred and
twenty speeches in our lim
ited space, hence we can only
report their doings ' and say
ings in a general way.
Of the congressional can
didates Gen G Duncan Bel
linger and Col G W Croft at
tended the meeting at John
ston and discussed in an able
manner the questions that will
come before the national con
gress. Col Croft also address
ed the meeting at Trenton.
These gentlemen did not take?
any undue advantage of their
absent opponent or opponents
The six gentlemen who de
sire to represent Edgefield
county in the house of repre
sentatives are the most even
tempered that we have ever
seen upon a platform. Instead
of crimination and recrimina
tion and racking their brains
for harsh things to hurl at
their opponents they appear
to be "kindly affectioned one
to another." We can, how
ever, hardly add the remain
der of the scripture verse
* 'in honor preferring one an
other"--for it is evident that
they prefer the voters.
No nuts have been given
these prospective Solons to
crack in the forn^ of questions
propounded by the executive
committee, consequently they
discuss such matters as, in
their judgment, most deeply
concern the every day life of
our people. It the next House
is of the same mind as our
representatives we will have
biennial sessions of the legis
lature which will save the
people $40,000 every two
years ; the state farms will be
sold and the proceeds added
to the sinking fund and all
the convicts, except those
serving life sentence, will be
put upon the public highways
of the state ; magistrates will
be given increased power so
they can make 12 months on
the chain gang the maximum
sentence instead of 30 days,
thereby reducing court expen
ses. Those who aspire to
represent us in the legislative
halls are unanimously agreed
as to the foregoing issues also
in the matter of providing lib
erally for the confederate sol
diers and the common
schools. Not one of the gen
tlemen opposes the state col
leges but they believe that
the schools in the rural dis
tricts should receive more at
tention. All favor good roads,
but net one, not even Mr
Parks of the west-side, favors
an increase of tax for road
purposes. The popular idea
and a very practical one, too,
is to abolish the neighborhood
system and increase the num
ber of convict squads which
.will, if well equipped, in a
few years, give us good roads
All of the six aspirants
stand practically upon the
same platform, with possibly
one exception. J. W. De
Vore, Esq., has a strong
plank in his platform, upon
which we did not hear the
other gentlemen express them
selves, and that is to so amend
theexisting law sothat the peo
pie will have the right to elect
the county dispenser as they
do the other county officers.
This is right and will prevail,
in the end. If this office with
its salary of $800.00 is to be
kept from the people why not
deprive them of the right to
choose those who are to fiil
other offices ? The people
should demand their rights.
After the would-be lawmakers
had their say, the candidates for
Superintendent of education, treas- i
urer, supervisor,and so on down to
magistrate, were given an oppor
tunity to tell their tale. ?Some
would make good speeches while
others would merely make their
bow and sit down, believing that
"he that reframeth his lips is wise"
Yesterday the candidates assem
bled at Berea, today they are at
Rehoboth, tomorrow they go to
the extreme west-aide, Parksville,
and on Saturday they wind up the
little ball of yarn (their yarns)
The Greenwood Baptist church
has called Dr. W. C. Tyreo, of
Durham, N. C.,-to fill the vacancy
caused by the resignation of Dr.
K. J. Forrester, at a salary of
Captain J. Hamden Brooks
has announced himself for re
election t o the legislature.
Capt Brooks headed the tick
et in the last election He has
made a good record since his
election. He has always ta
ken an active part in legisla
tive matters and has been
eager to benefit his county.
His work in securing the mar
ble shaft for the monument
here is greatly appreciated by
the Ladies Memorial associ
Could Capt. Brooks' host
of friends in old Edgefield
vote for him he would, if pos
sible, more than head the
ticket and not leave his home.
We are very grateful to our
kind friends w h o have
encouraged us by volunteer
ing the statement that
credit for the orgainzation of
the Business League, the un
animity of action and the near
ty manner in which our people
espoused the cause of the
school and the enterprising
and progressive spirit which
has seized upon us is due large
ly to the ADVERTISER.
It is true that the writer,
fully cognizant of the needs
and possibilities of Edgefield,
has for several months en
deavored to arouse our peo
ple from their apathy
and urged upon them the ne
cessity of organized effort in
behalf of our town. We have
only done our daty,however,
and do not arrogate to our
selves any credit for what
has been accomplished.
Believing that 14victory be
longs to the most persevering"
the ADVERTISER purposes
keeping up the agitation, lt is
precept upon precept, line
upon line, here a little and
theie a little that in the ag
gregate create an influence
which is well nigh irresisti
ble. The newspapers of Edge
field can always be counted
upon. They are ever ready to
spend and be spent for the
advancement o f the best in
terests, of your town ?nd
State of South Carolina, j
. Town of Edgefield. j
Whereas a petition bas oten
lodged with the municipal author
ities of the Town of Edgefield,
South Carolina, signed by a major
ity of the freeholders thereof for an
election to be held in accordance
with this notice and an order of
?lection having been made by said
Therefore notice is hereby given
that an election will be held in
the Court House in the Town of
Edgefield, South Carolina, on 23rd
day of August, 1902, to detsrmine
whether or not the Town of Edge
field, South Carolina, shall issue
its municipal bonds to the amount
of fifteen thousand dollars ($15,
000) for the purpose of erecting a
school building in said town.
That at said election each elec
tor favoring the proposed issue
shall cast a ballot containing the
word "YES" printed or written
thereon, and each elector oppos
ed to said issue shall cast a ballot
containing the word "No" print
ed or written thereon. The polls
shall be opened at 8 o'clock in the
forenoon and will be closed at
4o'clock in the afternoon.
The following parties shall act
as managers: A. S. Tompkins,
E. J. Norris, and J. L. M:ms.
By the authority of the Town
Council this the 22nd day of July,
1902. W. W. ADAMS,
Attest : Mayor.
B. J. CHOOSER, [SEAL]
Clerk and Treasurer.
Old newspapers for sale at this
office for 20 cents per hundred.
The greatest ambition of Amer
ican men and women is to have
homes blessed with children. The
woman afflicted with female dis
ease is constantly menaced with
becoming a childless wjfe. No
medicine can restore dead or
gans, but Wine of Cardui does
regulate derangements that pre
vent conception; does prevent
miscarriage; does restore weak
foncions and shattered nerves
and does bring babies to homes
barren and desolate for years.
"Wino of Cardui gives womon the
health and strength to bear heal
thy children. You cnn get a
dollar bottle of Wlue of Cardui
from your dealer.
143 Market Street,
Memphis, Tens., April H, 1901.
In Februar - 190?, I took one bottle of
Wine of Cardui and one package of
? Thedford'a Block-Drought. I had been
married fifteen year? and bad never
1 given birth to a child until I took Wino
of Cordal. Now I am mother of afine
I bab jjrirl which wa? bom March 81,1801.
The baby weighs fourteen pounds and I
J reel aa well a? any person could feel.
Now my home ia happy and I never will
be without Wine of Cardui in rav hou?e
.??in. Mr*. J. W. C. SMITH.
! .,.ror. advtoe and litenUan. ?ddreM, giving
.rmPtoni?. ,*Tb9 Udle?' ?dTlsorv Depart
mjtnt", The Chattanooga Medicine Company,
Chattanooga, T?nn. .
IJr f TS ETSI INC
Ker. J. W. Berry (of Arkansas He Ut odirt Conf ii?eo?,wi
twop?oka?Mof'TEBTHINA." W? wonder bow ..WM
souri sont usa pacraffoasdiieaae uta mott opportaae c
been la bsd condition for dart, ?nd iwitalnjr thu ? r?"
Kr feet rc litf r.nd ho hae h?4 co tart?M 6r?fiSi?, Othw I
en ? yori oct i o ; c ate.
Correspondence of Edgefield Advertiser.
( Writet for last week)
We have had fine rains, crop?
are good and wo are contented,
We had a barbecue at Mr W. T.
Brown's, the bPBt we ever attend
ed. The dance went merrily ou
with the young people, while the
older ones sat lookiug on telling
jokes, talking of their crops
We did not hear politics mention
We are buildiug a new church at
Rod Hill, an.d will have a cue
on the 8th inst., for the benefit of
the church. Everyone will have tr?
pay for dinner.
Mr. Jesse Bailey was buried on
the 29 iu8t.,He was an honest up
right man, kind neighbor and a
*,rue friend. After so long a life he
does not leave an enemy. The bu
rial services were conducted by
Rev J. T. Littlejohn. Mr C E Quer
ies is sawing lumber now. Messrs.
Bodie.Brown, Seiglerand Co, will
start in a few days. Judging from
the cluck ol log cart.
The supervisor haB been down
lookiug after the roads. Nearly all
of us paid our commutation tax.
Th*) corn crop in Egypt (Dr.
Prescott's) continues to be fine.
Mr. Pat Robinson, of Modoc,
has become an attendant of oar
church aud Sunday school. Won
der why he attends BO regularly?
This is the moat remarkable
campaign y jar we have ever ?seen
for reserved express iou of the vo
ters. We do not really know who is
in the rao. A gentleman asked me
to vote for his frieud Auetin for
rail road commissioner. 1 learwd
a week later ht* wr.s running f r
Secrtary of State, so you see we do
not keep up well. We will kuow
how to vete when the time comes,
A Postal Card
Will bring a NEW DOMES
TIC sewing machine io yonr
home for inspection. The
NEW DOMESTIC was awarded
the gold medal, the highest
award given at the Pan
American exposition. When
you see'and know what this
machine is you will have no
other. Call on or write to
J. E. ROGERS,
Trenton, S. C.
Southern R. R. Low Rates.
Will nell round-trip tickets fr.?m
all stations between Augusta, Ga.,
Allendale, S. C. Sumter, S. C.
Charles .on, S. C. Columbia, S. C.
including these points, to summer
reBortin North and South Caro
lina; also to Chickamauga, Ga.,
Dalton, Ga. , Lookout, Mt., Tenn,
Monteagle, Tenn. , and Sewanee,
Tenn. Tickets good to return on
any regular train up to and indu
ing September 4th, 1902.
For full information, apply to any
J C Beam, Jr., D P A, Atlanta, Ga,
W Hunt, D P A, Charleston, S C
W H Tayloe, Asst Gen Pass Agt.
Remember that on next Friday
evening from 6 to 10 o'clock the
ladies will serve ice cream at Mrs.
B. B. Jones' residence.
Woman's greatest dream cf beauty and
glory in when nature has chosen nor to
become a mother. Every faculty 1? keenly
alert and her nature the 'finest aa she ?ore
Bees the joy, the ambition, the aacceaa and
the life-long satisfaction cxraintr, coming
nearer, day by day, inthed^ar und innocent
being so 501m to seo light, and the very
uncertainty whether she ?hall s?e a sweet
girl face or a brave boy face be.--ide ber on I
the pillow, add? zest to ber expectancy.
Then, if ever, ?he should take car? o? ber
physical, mental and moral health.
MOTHER'S FRIi.ND applied externally
throughout pregnancy will relieve thepain
of parturition, nnd no mother and child van
fail to be healthy, hearty, btrong. clear com
plexioned, pure'bloodeJ, calm nerved and
cheerful In disposition, who aro mutually
Influenced for months Ly th? continued use
of Mother's Priend.
Of druggist* tl.M
Our treatise " Motherhood " mailed frea
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.
BLACK 0ruaos, Ait.. Sept. 18? MOL
itt?\) "Enclosed find flfir c^nts for which plsassrnaJl no
?releedchildrenwithout it TheotherdayaladrInMIs
laet ?or bab? wa? ia a ferions condition! his bowels had
did any rood; the second dose ct "TKKTHIKA" f?v?
tamben o? tbs tamil/ har? ?*ed U and srsr/dsons?
Mr. D. B. Hollingsworth.is not
one of tho3e farmers who is son
tent to follow the o?d ways and
methods when new ones are bet
ter. He left on Monday to attend
the Farmers Institute which is
now in session at Clemson college,
where he will get ideas.and infor
mation from specialists that can
not be obtained from his neighbors.
Two o f Edgefield's stalwart
young athletes are covering-them
solves with honors on the diamond
-Willie Cogburu with theY.M.C.
A. team ,of Augusta, and Joe Gor
don Holland with Newberry team.
The Newberry correspondent to
the State has the following to say
pf a rec?utgame : "For Newber
ry Holland captured the honors.
Out of four times .up he made
three good hi's and a sacrifica. He
seemed to havo a death grip on
every thing that came his way and
was not slow about handing them
to the next one." ?.
Then the baby is most like
ly nervous, and fretful, abd
doesn't gain in weight.
j Scott's Emulsion
Send for a free sample.
SCOTT flt BOWNE, Cbemlrta,
5 ls the best food and medicine
' for teething babies. They
009-4' s Pearl Street, New York.
^ 50c and Ji.oo; nil druggists.
Those candidates who want good
luck in the first primary and bet
ter lack in the second primary
should have their tickets printed
at tho ADVERISER job office.
J?0R each Congressional district
in Sonth Carolina,and two for
the state at large in KiugsMountaii
Military Academy, Yorkville, S. C
These scholarships will be awarded
by our representatives and senators
strictly upon merit, in th* same
mauunr as the award of scholar
sb ip to West Point.
For full information addrers
your Representative, or one of our
W. G. STEPHENSON, Supt.,
CUT P?ICE SALE
I am now offering all snmmer
goods at greatly reduced prices.
Below I quote you a few prices
made for the* purpose of convert
ing goods into cash.
Straw hate at coet. - -r?t
$1.00 Negligee shirts at 80c.
75c " " 55c,
50c " " 40c.
Lace striped hose and half bose.
50c goods at 38c. 35c goods at 25c
15c " " 19c.
Everything in summer dress
goods at very low prices. Come
now and secure bargains.
C. E. MAY.
EDGEPIELD, S. C
The Best Prescriptions for Malara
Chills and Fever is a bottle of GBOVE'*
TASTELESS CHILL TONIC It is simply
iron and quinine in a tasteless form
No cure-no pay. Price 50c
ALL persons holding claims against
the estate of Thomas J. Adams,
deceased, late of Edgeheld county, are
hereby notified to present the same
duly attested, and all persons indebted
to sa?d estate to make payment unto
J. L. AIIMS,
J une 25, 1902.
GET OUR PRICES.
Complete Cotton, Saw, Grist, Oil and
Fertilizer Mill Outfits, Gin, Press,
Cane Mill, and Shingle Outfits.
Building,Bridge, Factory, Furic
ar l Railroad Castings, Railroad, MU
Machinists'and Factory Supplies.
Belting, Packing, Injectors, Pipe
Fittings, Saws, Files, Oilers, etc. We
cast every day. Work 150 Hands.
Foundry, Machine, Boiler,
Press sud Gin Works
WT" Repa is Promptly Done
Lombard Iron Works & Snpply Co
. To thc Public, -
It you want firat-class meal and
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.
Southern B. K ? Schedule.
Trains leave Edgefield for Trenton
Columbia, Augusta, Aiken, etc. No
i29. except Sunday, 5:30 a. rn ; No, 133
daily' 1 :lup. m.
Trains arrive at Edgefield, No. 60
ee*cpt Sunday, 11:30 a. m: No. 134
Li it of letters remaining in the Post
Office at Edgefield C. H., July 28th,
\m : --,
Miss. Etta Haper. H&nry Chiles.
Chrii Mc Mamue. J. W.Njjudsov..
R. W.Towles. M. Williams^
When asking for letters on this Us
W. H. BRUSSON, P. M.
i% . ?run r~ -<
COBB'S ? _ COBB'S!
3 Cases of the following Celebrated 4-4 Bleach
ed Longcloth & Cambrics just opened at
"Hill's Semper Item," "Fruit of the Loom," "An"
#dras Coggin", "Barker Mills," "Pride of the West
SPome at once and get a bolt for your fall sewing.
Fall ana Winter Sloes:
ow in store. We have both price and quality.
J. M. COBB
AGT. FOR BUTTEPICK PATTERNS
C. A, GRIFFIN. E. J. MIMS
GRIFFIN & MIMS.
FIRE, LIFE and ACCIDENT
The Companies we represent are among the largest and most repu
able in the, world. Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt
May & May's Store.
WATCH TM'S SPACE
For bargains in Fall Goods in a short while.
Our stock is complete now in all lines of staple
goods,but in a few weeks I will go north and buy my
FALL DRY GOODS, SHOES,
and Notions, and then will be ready to show our
friends a mammoth line of up-to-date goods
Yours for Bargains,
JAMES TBS. IIARO^
# HART * BUILDING, #
EDCEFIELD - . s. c.
Agent tor AUGUSTA STEAM
LAUNDRY. Get Your collais
to my store on Wednesdays and
they will return Saturdays.
Suis ior Belief.
(Complaint not served.)
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY O* EDGEFIELD.
Court of Common Pleas.
8. J. M. Cox, Sr., Plaintiff,
a. G. Cox, S. J. M. Cox, jr., M.
T. Cox, Mary Cox and William
A. Cox, Defendants.
To the Defendants above named
You are hereby summoned and
equired to answer ??the complaint
n this actiou which is filed in the
?fficeof tho Clerk of the Conrt of
Common Pleas for said county and
o serve a copy of your answer to
he said complaint cn the subscrib
es at their office at Edgefield Court
tlouse, S. C., within 20 days alter
,he service thereof, exclusive of the
lay of such service ; and if you fail
;o answer the complaint within the
;ime aforesaid, the plaintiff in
[his'action will apply tc the Court
for the relief demanded in the j
Dated July 28th, 1902.
W. B. COG BURN, (SEAL)
CC. C. P. &G. S.
To L. G. Cox, S. J. M. Cox. Jr.
aud M. T. Cox, non-resident
YOU WILL TAKE NOTICE
that the original Summons
md Complaint in the above
: tated action, are now on file in the
office of the Clerk of Court of com
mon pleas and general sessions
in and for the county of Edgefield,
iud State of South Carolina.
July 28ih, A. D. 1902.
To M. T. Cox, Mary Cox, and Wil
liam Cox, minor Defendants,
and S. J. M. Cox, Sr., father of
said minor Defendants:
YOU WILL TAKE NOTICE
that if you fail to nave a Guardian
ad litem appointed to represent
the interest of the minor defend
ants, M. T. Cox. Mary Cox and
William A. Cox in the action
above stated within twenty dave
from the date of th? service of a
copy of the summons ou said par
ties, respectively, that then the
plaintiff will make application
for the appointment of such Guar
dian ad litem in the manner pre
cribed by law.
Edgefield, S. C., July 28, 1902.
af??*?**?* CUBAN RELIEF cum
W I?M?VLTS C0''0' Neuralglaand Toothache
? ia ?TO minutes. 80 ur Stomach
?nd Bumjner Complaint*. Price, 25 Cent*.
Stops (lie Cough
and works off the Cold.
Laxative Bremo-Quinine Tablets cure
a cold in one day. No cure, > o pay
Price 25 cents.
A FAMILY LIBRARY
The Best bi Current Literature
12 COMPLETE NOVELS YEARLY
MANY SHORT STORIES AND
PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS
$2.50 PER YEAR ; 25 CT?, A CORY
NO CONTINUED STORIES
EVERY NUMBER COMPLETE IN ITSELF
? KNOW WHAT U ARE TAKING
IVhen you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Fon ic because the formula is plaint}
printed on every bottle showing that
it is simply Iron and Quinine in a
isteless form. N o cure, no pay. 50c.
A five room dwelling house on
Addisou street. Has barn, stables,
lot, pasture and a good well of
water. Applv to
. J. L. MIMS.
R R >C?TICE
The Charleston and Western Caro
lina Railway beg to announce that ar
rangements have been parfected effec
tive at once, whereby 1000 mile books
of their issue will be honored over all
parts of the plant eystem of Railways*
This arrangement will no doubt be of
interest to the tr -elling public.
\\ J CRAIG, GPA.
fi PAT ?LR. PAWAHD uroaa&l*
100 FBKB SCHOLARSHIPS. BO ABO AT
COST. Writ? Quiet lo OA.-ALA.
BBMHBSS COLLKOB, MAOOV, BA?
I nAUK m?HM
Anrone nendln? n ?UeW'i and defcrlptlon may
nnlckly ascertain our opinion free whether ar
invention ls probnbly patentable, J.nmmunlca.
lions at rielly coiitltloiiMul. Handbook on Patent?
eent free. Oldest miency tor securiuit patents.
Paient? taken throuc. Munn A Co. rewire
tpteial notice, without cbarne. lu the
A handsomely illnfUmted weekly. I-aroest cjr
entatlon <>f any scientl?c tournai. Tenus. |3 a
year- four mont ha. IL Sold by all newsdealers
MUNN & Co.361Broadwray New York
Brunch Office. KS K St.. Washington. D.C.
Cuts, Barns, Braises, Rheo
matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents.
THE ARTISTS FAVORITE,
Unsurpasssed in touch tone, work
manship and durability. Sold on
_N-\ ... . ^>
TERMS Of EASY f>AYMEf/T
SFactory and Warerooms,
I. A. HOLLARD,
Traveling Agent for South Carolina,
NINETY-SIX, S. e.
ATTENTION, LADIES !
In order to handle the latest and newest styles of j
'?goods Bin my line I am going to offer my summer j
I stock of
At Greatly Reduced Prices
to make room for my fall goods, and now is yourjjjjj
I best opportunity to buy. Come see. for yourself. \
I am showing a very large assortment of Lad < s Sailors,
I Street Hats, and Dress Hats, either Trimed or untrimmed.
We have a beautiful assortment of Misses Hats and Chil
drens Silk and Lawn Bouuuts. My entire stock is new.
; MISS yWARY
?N0REIS BUILDING- EDGEFIELD
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|| We begin today a COST SALE on
While they last you can get any straw hat in our ||
= store at New York cost 1|
Cast aside shat oid brown hat and buy a new one ?=
?ftf* Come now while we can fit you J?3??
I STATE I
DORN & MIMS.
WHOLESALE dealers, 363 King Street, Charleston S O;
Shelf Hardware a specialty. Agents for Buckeye
mowers, Brinkley Plows, Oliver Chilled p'ows.
I OFFICERS:-Geo. A. Wagener, Pres.; Geo. Y. Coleman Vice-Prep
L. G. Ball, Sec. and Treas. Correspondence Solicited.
?--Establishment - -\
= I take this means of inform-5
=ing my Edgefield friends that IS
Shave reopened my dressmakings
^establishment at 918 Broad St.,S
SAugusta, Ga. First class wojk=
Sat reasonable prices. See mes
=before placing your work. |
IMRS. AGATHA. WOODSON|
I 918 BROAD ST. - AUGUSTA. ?
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FIEL Bill? gg?
tia, want of appetite. Loss of Strength
Lack of Energy, Etc ? Take a few di se? of
Murray's Iron Mixture,
A Genuine BlooJ Tonic.
THE MURRAY DRUG 00.,
TO CURE A COLD IN ONEDAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet
All druggists refund the mon*y if i
fails to cure. ?.W. Grove's ?;gnitur
mm CHICHESTER'* ENGLISH
? .vj-.-X Original and Only Craulnr.
P^.TNONSArii. Al??r.r.ll?ble. Ladlee ut IDJ -
X fer CHICHKSTEU-S JCN'Gi
lo UEO ?nd (?aid mttalll? Um
?ito blue ribbon. Take BO allier. Ref
Oaacaraaa ttub.tltwtloa. aad taltai
tiaaa. Du; of jaar Dr.ui.i. .r Md 4?. ta . _
.t?= pi fer l*artl*Mlara, TcattaaalaU \S
and ? Keller for Lad laa," in Ut fr. i;r* [\
lara Mall. 1 o.oo? Tutlmonl.u. 8*14(7
all Dro(|liU. Calendar Chemical Ca
?SM tala pap?. Moalie S^aa**, flJlLA.. PA.
THE Bann OP EDGEEiELD
EDGEFIELD S. C.
State and County Depository
J. C. SHEPPARD,
J. A. BE If NETT,
B. S. HOLLAND,
A. S. TOMPKINS, C. C. FULLER
W. E. PRESCOTT.
PROF. P. M. WHITMAN,
f 209 7tfc Strut, Augusta, 6a.,
?IVES FREE EYE TESTS for all defects c
-'light, giinda the proper glasses and WAK
Lenses cut into your frame while you wait
FREE 't? . " ,dh If yea mme \
J. C. SHEPPARD, President. .
W. \V. ADAMS, vice-President.
?. J. Mi.Ms, Cashier.
J. H. ALLEN, Ass't Cashier,
TRY NEW DISCOVERY
FOR THAT COLD.
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
Colds. Bronchitis. Asthma.
risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness,
Bore Throat. Croup and
NO CURE. NO PAY.
Pries 50c. ?nd $1. TRIAI BOTTLES FREE.
Pays interast on deposits by specia
Money to loan on liberal terms.
Prompt and polite attention to busi Jf^j
?ouv Recount solicitad.
Thia .ifsatore is on every hox of the genuino \\ \
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tabi**. j
Ute rctoody that cures . co id la ?as 4*7