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. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 17,1902.
For fresh turnip seed, seed that
will germinate, assuring you of a
good stand, buy Buist's. We have
them in all the popular varieties.
G. L. PENN & SON.
Old newspapers for sale at'this
office for 20 cents per hundred.
WANTED 5 YOUNG MEN from
Edgefield county at once to prepare
for positions iu the government
service-railway mail clerks, let
ter carriers, custom house and de
partment clerks, etc. Apply to
Inter-State Corres. Inst., Cedar
Crayon Portraits enlarged from
small pictures of any kind. Satis
R. H. MIMS.
Plant Buist's turnip seed once
and yon will always plant them.
They are the best on the market.
A fresh supply at
G. L. PENN & SON
Hot weather is now here. How
about a refrigerator ? You can't
keep cool without one. Can we
not sell you on? ?
RAMS..Y & JONES.
Summer has come and gone, fall
is upon us and we are now ap
- proaching the threshold of winter.
The New York Racket store is now
replete with fall and winter goods
and eau supply your wants at rea
sonable prices. I searched in per
son the northern aud eastern mar
kets for the latest and best of ev
erything. Come, let u* show you.
J. W. PEAK.
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 cannot
afford to miss this opportunity.
RAMSEY & JONES.
We are headquarters for paints,
oils, putty, glass, etc/and prices
ere 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. LYNCE & Co.
Trv Lynch's One Night Liver
Regulator. Every box guaranteed.
- W. E. LYNCH & Co.
We wish to inform our patrons
and the puplic that we have just
received, direct from Buist's seed
farm, turnip seed iu all the vari
eties, such as Red or Purple Top,
Flat Dutch, Yellow Aberdeen, Gol
den Ball, Seven Top aud Buist's
G L. PENN & SON.
Every department of the New 1
York Racket, store is filled with
goods that were bsught close and ,
will be sold at close priceu. See ,
oui dress goods and trimmings, j
elbthiug, shoes hats aid gent's
furnishings. We expec'- to main- j
tain our reputation of giving...tba. -
mosi goods for the same money or
the sam8 goods for lesB money 1
than others do. Call at our store :
aid we will prove what we say. <
Your for bargains.
J. W. PEAK I
A car load of Rock Hill and Car
ol i na high grade buggies that are
right up-to-date, which we are sell
ing at a low price. Also a dozen
other kinds for cash or on easy
terms. RAM EY & JONES.
EYE GLASSES accurately fitt |
ed and guaranteed, for all defects
of e/es. ^GEO. F. MIMS, Optician.
Can you use a mee 100-piece
chiu:i dinner set? We will sell
you one for less than you can buy
it elsewhere. A beautiful lino of
glass ware just received also.
RAMSEY & JONES.
Quite a novel line of swinging
lamps just received. Your bouse
will be brighter if you will hang
one of these lamps in it.
RAMSEY & JONES.
' LOST : A setter bitch, black and
white spotted, tail clipped, with
brush on tip. A reward will be
paid if returned to
N. G. EVANS.
Oak bed room aud walnut mar
ble top suites. Wardrobes with
French glass dooro 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
baud to serve you. Fresh towels
for every customer. Razors, scis
sors and clippers in first-class con
dition. Come to us for your shav
ing, shampooing and hair cutting.
PARLOR BARBER SHOP,
Next door to post-office.
For sale: Second hand harvest
ing machinery such as mowers,
rakes, etc, at very low pricee
E. J Norris
I wou ld like to say .to my friends
and the public that on and after
October 1st my optical and watch
repair business will be contiuued
without interruption in the new
jewelry store to be opened by
Messrs Ramsey & JeneB next door
to Post Office. There I will be
better than ever fitte d for my
Geo. F. MIMS, Op tician.
THE AUGUSTA 1
I SAYINGS BANK. 1
fl. 805 Broad Street.
I W. B. YOUNG, .... President!
Sj. G. \VJf?GI.K, - ... Cashie =
S oAViNGS ACCOUTS SOLICITED =
? Interest Paid ou Depositas
"Love You Just ino Same."
BY J. T. MCMANUS.
Many heart9 that beat as one
And eyes that see the same,
Must stopwith friendship just bogen
And naught but memory to reclaim.
Butin my prayers rnxt two years
I'll breathe those pra? e. - i"i iu'? .
So now I ask in memory's tears
Sweet friends remember me.
I sought this time to run a clean race
i've nothing to regret when J retrace,
But I'd like this much to proclaim,
I know that I love you just the same;
-Written for Edgefleld Advertiser.
I LOCAL AND PERSONAL. |
There are now advertiseoaeuts ga
lore in this issue.
Mr. Joe G. Holland lelves this
week toenter Furman University.
Mirth, mimicry and music in the
opera house Friday night by the
Dr. E. C. Smith spent Satuiday
and Sunday with the home folk6
at Wi liston.
The many friends of Mr. L. H.
McCullough, of Trenton, regret
that he is quite sick with grip.
Mrs. Dr.'Bf . Timraous and chil
dren are spending a fortnight with
Mrs. Timmous'pareut8 at Winte
Miss Bessie Haukinson, of
Beech Island, is visiting M?BS So
phie Dobson of our eastern sub
Mr. J.A.Weir will move the Parlor
Barber Shop iuto the Cobb building
next door to Mr. W. W. Adam's
Mrs. R. W. Timmons and her two
handsome little sons are spending
?evpral days with relatives in
Mrs. F. N. K. Bailey and chil
dren will return to Edgefield this
week and will becomo permanent
residents of Buncombe.
We received from the county su
per.'u'dent of education the app irt
ionmeut of the public school funds.
It will appear next week.
On Friday evening next the
uoled p'ersonator.humorist, violin
ist, and vocolist, Ralph Bingham,
will give one of his entertainments
in the opera house.
Th^many friends of Rev. Jo'in
A. Holland of Ninety Six, aie glad
to see him among us again. He has
entirely recovered fr !h ftm';
of typhoid fever.
This week Mr. W. H. Turner
tells the patrons of the Corner
Store what a feast of good things ie
awaiting them. Not half can be
told in an advertisement. Call iu
person and see the beauties of the
Mr. Thomas Dixon, Jr., author
of uThe Leopard's Spots, will lect- I
? re at Johnston in the Institu'e <
hall on Saturday, the20 h Atrest i
is in store for all who go to hear 1
:his fauiouB author and lecturer. <
Prof. G. Marshall Moore, who 1
was defeated in the receut primary
for Superintendent of Education j
of Greenwood county, will opeu a i
private school for boya at Ander- i
son in the building formerly oe- i
su pied by the P. M. I. <
Miss Julia .Anderson, of Edge
field, who has been Aisiting Mi6s
Mary Clyde, left yesterday for
f>he will visit relatives for several
days. Greenville Cor. Augusta
Mr. E. S. Johnson who, since he
left Edgefield, has been couduct
iug a successful groceiy business
in Augusta has decided lo return
to Edgefield. He has purchased
the business of Richardson & Mur
rell over at tne cotton mill. We
are glad that Mr. Johnsou has cast
his lot among us again. 1
SHATTERS ALL RECORDS.
"For years I suffered such untold
miiery from Bronchitis", writes J.
H- Johnston, of Broughton, Ga '
chat often I was unable to work.
Then when everything else tailed,
I was wholly cured by Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption.
My wife suffered intensely from
Asthma, till it cured her, and all
experience gees to show it is the
best Croup medicine in the world.
A trial will convence you it's un
rivaled for 1 broat and Lung di
seases. Guaranteed bottles 20c
and $100. Trial bottles free to at
If you wish to be delightfully
entertained for more than an hour
go to hear Bingham Friday night.
LOOK PLEASANT, PLEASE, j
Photographer C. C. iiari uU, ol'j
Eaton G., can do PO now, though
for years Le couldu't because he
sufsered untold agony from the
worst form of indigestion. All
physicians and mediciuee failed to
help him ti.l he tried Electric
Bitters, which worked wonders for
him that he declares they are a
godsend to sufferers from dvspep
sia ?nd stomach troubles. Unriva
led for diseases of the Stomach,
Liverand Kidneys, they bvildup
and give new life to the whole sys
tem . Try them. Only 20c. Garan
teed by G. L. PENN & son.
Mr. Ra'ph Bingham the gie?test
entestainer on the platform is em
ployed by the Alkahest Lyceum of
Atlanta.,Hoar him Friday night.
ALL WERE SAVED.
Whence came that sprightly step
faultless skin, rich, rosy complex
ion, smiling face. She looks good,
feels good. Here's her secret. iShe
uses Dr. King's New Life Pills.
Result,-all organs active, diges
tion good, no headaches, no chance
for "blues". Try them yourself.
Only 25c at G. L. PENN, & eon
Makes the food more d<
ROYAL BAKINQ PO1
Mr. J. H. P. Roper has rented
for the remainder ci this an i next
year the former home of the late
Thoa. J. Adams. He will move
thereto this week so as to give Col
Bail y possession of the house he
now occupies by the 20th instant.
Miss Curran Hartlej, af ter spend
ing the summer in Greenville and
western North Carolina, returned
on Sunday last. Her striking beau
ty and charm of manner won for
her many delightful social atten
tions during the summer's jaunt.
Trapp McManus stands first
among pea hay growers. He asserts
positively,aud be is a truthful mau.
that he weighed a vine, that grew
in his garden wh'ch tipped the
scales at 110 pouuds. Although
this sounds something like Barons
f>?*Vore and Mauchausen the verity
of it cuniiot b? questioue.J.
For more than a week Mr. CE.
May and bis competent assistante
have been bursting open boxes and
cases of new goods. The tables,
counters and shelves are filled to
overflowing with the newest and
be6tin dry goods, notion, clothing,
shoes and furnishings. Read his
advertisement, them call and let
bim show you.
Mrs. A. Fuller Perkins left on
Friday afternoon last lo spend a
fortuight with her parents, Rev.
and Mrs. J. Mastin Gasque, of
Dillon, ?. C. To a part of the
ADVERTISER force time will fly
with leaden wings for the n?xt two
weeks. It is up to Ben Crooker
to keep Mr. Perkins in the straight
and narrow path while his better
half is away.
Col. Jobn R. Tompkins, of
Mobile, has joined Mrs. Tompkins
who preceded him several days.
They will spend several weeks with
their relatives and friends in Edge
field. Col. Tompkins besidos being
... .. !d scboi)! . > J.
distinguished jurist and a most,
delightful and gifted conversation
alist one with whom it is a pleasure
While visiting the northern
markets. Mr. J. E-. Hart secured
not only great quantities of beauti
ful and stylish merchcndise but
nany rare bargains. Nothing like
being on th6 spot when bargain are
iispeused. You cannot afford to
uake your fall purchases without
first calling at the Hart dry goods
?mponum. See bis new adver ti SJ
Mi*f Mary Buford has visited
the Millinery marketsiu person]and
made large purchases for her mill
inery establishment. In a few days
she will display one of the most
complete stocks of ladies' and
misses' bats and trimmiugs ever
brought to our town. Watch our
columns for her fail announcement
Col. F. N.K. Bailey has rented
the large ten-room residence in
Buncombe now occupied by Mr.
J.H. P. Roper. This building
and the resideuce of Dr. Gwaltney
will be used as temporary dormi
tories for the young 'adi^s of the
S. C. C. ?. Col. Bailey will snun
no care or expense to make Iben,
as comfortable asas they were dur
ing last session.
The Best Prescriptions for Malar?
Chills and Fever is a bottle ol' GROVK'
TASTELESS CHILL TOXIC. It is simply
iron and quinine in a tasteless form
N"o cure-no Dav. Price 50c
The amateur photographer is
generally a pessimist for he takes
the worst view of every thing.
Like the running brook, the
red blood that flows through
the veins has to come from
The springs of red blood are
found in the soft core of the
bones called the marrow and
some say red blood also comes
from the spleen. Healthy bone
marrow and healthy spleen
are full of ;at.
r*TO* 1 lon maker
blood by feeding the bone
marrow and the spleen with
the richest of all fats, the pure
cod liver oil.
For pale school girls and
invalids and for all whose
blood is thin and pale, Scott s
Emulsion is a pleasant and rich
blood food. It not only feeds
the blood-making organs but
gives them strength to do
their proper work.
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists.
Pear! Street, New York.
Sue. and $i.oo ; all druggists.
?The colder natured folk wanted
a little fire this morning. It was
right airish early this morning.
Thi? Signatare is on e7ery box of tho genuine.
Laxative Bromo=(?uinine Taweta
the remedy that pares a cold In one day
Stops the Cough
and works off thc Cold.
Laxative Bremo-Quinine Tablets cure
a cold in one day. l\o cure, ? o pay
Price 25 cents.
Vicious and wholesome
ftDEH CO., HEW YORK.
Read aud ponder the large and
[attractive advertisement of I. -C.
?Levy's Son & Co. in this issue.
This is one of the oldest business
houses i n Augusta-established
in 1848. They have made for them
selves a reputation for square and
honest dealing. When in Augusta,
call to see them before making
your purchases. All mail orders
are given careful attention. Re
member their num ber--838 Broad.
Rev. Dr. L. R. G walt ney return
ed lo Rome on M >nday last, ac
companied by Mrs. Gwaltney and
Misses Marcie and Mamie. The
next session of Shorter college
opens on Thursday and Dr.Gwalt
ney's presence is needed on that
occasicn. He will, however, re
turn to Edgefield on Monday next
to look after some business mat
ters which will necessitate his be
ing amoug us several days. Would
that we could keep him with us
[jap. E. Hart-Fall, 1902, finds hi's
store full of seasonable goods.
Miss Mary h.* Buford-Fall and
Winter Millinery to arrive.
T. C. Levy's Sou & Co-Tailor-fit
clothiere. See their large ad.
Misses Kellah and Mary Fair
Valuable land for sale, Aug6tb.
Ramsey <fe Jones-Jewelry store
next door lo P. 0. See ad.
Dorn & Mims-Clothing, shoes
hats, gent's furnishings.
J. W Peak-dry goods, clothin
shoes,hats, and Misses furnish
ings. See business locals.
W. H. Turner-Shoes, dress goods
bats, capp, underwear, etc. Read
the Comer Store's new ad.
CE. May-Has added ready-to
wear clothing for men to his line
of dress goodp, shoes, hats, etc
Miss Georgia Nicholson.
Death bas again visited the home
of Dr. and Mrs. Walter Nicholson,
this time taking their youngest
daughter. On Thursday last after a
'inhering 'Mr.ess the spirit of Miss
Georgia Nicholson winged its
flight to the God who gave it. In
lileshemade Christ her exemplar
consequently in death she had no
f ?arF. She was^not only ready and
willing to 'ace eternity but prayed
that the end might come come
come speedily-and relieve her of
gr?!at bodily suffering which she
had patiently eudured for months.
Miss Georgia Nicholson's life
was one of quiet retirement, not
caring fer the fleeting pleasures
and vauities of earth,-hence the
wor 1 d jillarj^kjjejy^u.t-little-_of_^
?Ee many beautiful traits of char
ac'er which she possessed. She is
survived by a loving father and
mother and a devoted sister and
brother. Her remains were tenderly
laid to rest in the ?amily burial
ground on Frid?y. May God com
fort the bereaved hearts of this
Card frc ni Mr Talbert
To the Editor of The State.
Please allow me just a little
space in your columns for a short
As it is practically impossible for
mo to write a personal letter to all
?nv friends and supporters though
out the Slate, I adopt this me'licd
ot' ? nan king them fur the handsome
vote and loyal support given me iii
my recent race for governor. I am
indeed deeply grateful to them aud
apprecicate my friends and sup
porters as much as a man could. I
have teeu defeated, but do uot pro
pose to be a sorehead and sulk in
my ten4, nor complain at the result
of this election. The people have
spoken aud I accept the situation
and am perfectly willing to abide
by the result and support, heartily,
the nominees of the party from
iovemordown. When my succss
ful opponent, Capt. Hey ward, shall
have taken his seat as governor I
stand ready to hold up hie hands
in any effort ho may make, or any
enterprise he may undertak, tor the
good of the people and of the State.
My ardor for the welfare and best
interests of old South Carolina and
her people is not lessened one iota
by my defeat. And I desire to say
to those who saw fit to support my
opponent that I do not feel in any
degree unkindly to you at all and
I have no ciiticisms whatever to
make. I tried to e >nduct my cam
paign fairly, squarely aud upon a
high plane. I have tried to be open,
frank and honest on all questions
that came before us, and having
worked to this end, I bav-? nothing
to retract aud nothing to apologize
for, aud can't see but what I would
conduct it just the same if I had
it to do over again. But there's no
time to look backward. The people
of the State have rendered their
decision and ?, being a loyal and
true Democrat, am willing to
abide thereby, and will say in con
clusion, let us stand behind Capt.
Heyward and help him to be one
of the best governors South Caro
lina ha3 ever had, and be as one
man in our efforts to make the old
Palmetto State second to none in
the union. Very truly,
W. J. TALBERT.
Mr. Editor: I desire through
your columns to express my pro
found gratitude to my friends and
the good people of Edgefield coun
ty for their loyal support iu the
first and second primaries for the
office of Supervisor of Registra
tion. While I am very thankful to
my friei.dsl have no promises to
make only to discharge my duties
in the office to which J am elected.
Very trimly, J. B. MINICK.
Candidates are no longer abroad
in the laud. The people have given
them a vacation for at least a year
and a half. Now the chickens can
come from their hiding and the
weary-with-kissing babies will be
Our cotton stied buyers are paying
a big, bright, brand new silver dol
lar for four bushels of Beed, with
an advance in price hourly expect
ed. Edgefield's cotton and cotton
seed market are all right.
(Today-Tuesday - seed are
bringing 27c-market strong.)
: -Je^veljry- j
: On and after Oct. 1st we shall ;
: carry a regularly equipped ."
: jewelry stock,coneisting of jew- .
: elry, watches, clocks and sil- :
: verware, also novelties and sta- :
; tionery. You will find us with .
: this line next door to P. O , for- :
. merly occupied by R. L. Fox. j
We shall be glad to have you
: call. Respectfully, |
RAMSEY & JONES, j
Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists,
DI arrh ott, Dy se itt ry, and
the Bowel Troubles of
Children of Any Age.
Aids Digestion, Regulates
the Bowels, Strengthens
the Child and Makes
I Or maU 25 centa to C. J. MOFFETT, M. D.. ST. LOUIS, MO.
ATLANTA, Ga,, Nor. 19.1900.
We haro handled Dr. Moffetl'i TEETHINA. (Teething Powder*) over tine? tu Ant Introduction to the publie
.md trade as a proprietary medicine, and oar trade la it Ea* itoadlly Increased from year to year until our orders
DOW amount to two or three hundred groii por year, which ll a rery strong evid?aco cf IU merit and tho satisfaction lt
ii siring to the mother* of the country, for they tay nothing; io effectually coaaUracU the effects of the lammer'!
bot ian or overcomes ;o quickly thc troubles incident to teething.
THE LAMAS * RANKIN DRUG CO.. Wholeiale Druggist*.
: HANDSOME N E W B R 1 C K
BUILDING FOR THE S. C. C. I.
The Twelfth sesssion for the S. C. C. I. will begin Wed
nesday, October 1st, 1902.
The main builpiner, which was destroyed by fire, will be
immediately rebuilt upou a larger and more modern plan.
Three hundred and fifty-nine students last session.
One hundred aud sixtyy-niue boarders.
Our graduates are always in demand.
Large faculty, representing best colleges and universities.
Thorough courses of s'.udy leading to tho degrees of B. E.,
B.S. and A. B.
Best advantages offered in department of music.
Practical business courses-Stenography, Typewriter, and
Strict military regulations observed in all departments.
The geueral vetdict is that cur students show splendid de
velopment of character as well as intellect.
Applications for rooms in dormitory are coming in every
Necessary expense for entire session from $100 to $125.
If you contemplate patronizing our institution it is im
portant that you write for catalogue and application blank
The fire will in noway interfere with the opening of the
institute on October 1st.
For further information address
P5?555?? r. N. K. BAILEY,
EDG-EFIELD S. C.
In your bo)k that if you want to
buy Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing, Hats
and Gents Furnishing Goods, you eau
find no better piace anywhere than at - -
C. ?5. MAY'S. Now this is not idle talk bul hard facts.
fofl I can provo every word-1 ??y by comparison.
Read and learuwhatl Ian do for you :
Prints, Percales, Outings, Canton, bleach- d, unbleached and
sheck homespuuns in great variety, and at very low prices. Pantt^
Jeans at '.2.\c, liic, 16fc, 20c, 25c and 35c per yard. Y?.U should se^
3ee the 32.inch percales at 8c, and 36-iuch at 10c. I am showing a
beautiful line of Waist Goods from 10c to 50c per yard that are well
worth more money. Every thing in Serges, Ladies Cloth and all the
latest skirt ^oods canjbe fouud^here. Storm serge atj>0c worth 65cts.
54-inch Ladies Cloth at $1.10, others ask $1.25. Silks for waists
and skirts, from 35cls to $1.50 per yard, in a greater variety thau will
b? found elsewhere. You cannot afford to miss seeing these.
Ladies, Missesand Children's cloaks and capes to suit everybody.
Underwear, hosiery, handkerchiefs, gloves, suspenders, shirts and
many other thiugs in this line at very low prices. Blankets from 50c
to five dollars. Comforts from oue dollar to two dollars and a half.
new St ocle
This being my first season in men's ready
to-wear clothing, I am showing au entirely
new stock and at remarkably low prices.
Every man in med of a suit wi i I do well to get my prices befo-';
buying. I also have a line of Childrens suits, from $2.00 up.
~T~ Y f~\ I_J 1 My stock of shoe s is very complete
r^J _trjL JCLi m and the prices are right. If you want
- to save money call on me when in need of shoes.
~pjy r i i ? Hats for meu and boys at low prices,
and in the very latest[styles.
Appreciating to the fullest extent the trade given me in the past, I
solicit a contiuuauce of same and p omise'to give best values possible.
CHARLIE E. MAY.
THE FIRM OF
/. C. LEI/Y'S SO If & C0Mt
Our friends and acquaintances aie cordially invited to pay us a vis
findth:? Selected Stock of M
|TBOYS & CHILDRENS
In this city. We can fit the smallest boy to the large
[will suit your taste and your pocket. We will not know
article lhat is shoddy. We have now on sale until Oct<
SUITS Bovs knee-pants suits with 2 pairs of troi
lar price $4.00, but uni il that date will sell tl
Everv suit has a guarantee, if
not latisfactory money will bo re
t'uuded. We sell custom
ers we have sold for 20.
years. Mail orders will have j
our prompt and persoual atten
tion; any article bought of us
proving not satisfactory kindly return.
U^Come early while our stock is com pleb \mj^
This store is yours, come and go as you please
Buy or not, as you choose.
t C. LEVY'S SON &
838 Broad Street,
? THE FARMERS BANK |
? OF EDGEFIELD, S- C. |
I STATE AND COUNTY DEPOSITOKY.
I THE LAR C STRONGEST BANK IN EDGEFIELD COUNTY |
1 Paid uv Capital.f 58,000.00 |
E Surplus and, Undividedrofi. 15,000.00 =
I Liability of Stockriders. 58,000.00 |
I Protection to Depositors .$131,000.00 |
5 Wc invite attention of those desiring a safe depository for their money to the above =
I fae's. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS BY SPECIAL CONTRACT. S
5 [? Under provision of its charter this bank is authorized to act as trustee, guardian^ s
S administrator and executor, and to accept and execute trusts generally. -_
= A. E. PADGETT. President V. RAINSFORD. Vice-Pres. S
E J. L. CAUGMMAN, Cashier. U*. H. HARLIXG, Asst.-Cashier 5
i W^HITMB: - STONE)
LITH?A SPRINGS AND HOTEL WUite StOBe. S. C.
Eight miles fi om Spartanbarg*, South Carolina, the newest and
BEST OIF1 RESORTS
The Whitestone Lithia Water is now justly famous. The spribgs
are within a few steps of the hotel and localed beautifully by na
ture. The HOTEL is bi and new in construction, magnificent in
equipment, elhgant in appearance Electric lights and water works
Excellent culinary depart ment, finely furnished rooms, Specially
engaged orchestra for the entertainment of guests, ?Delightful
shades and pleasant walks. The railroad station is Rich Hill, S C,
and the hotel is reached in a ten minutes ride. For rates or other
information Address : WHITE STONE LITHIA SPRING.
H.A. WEST, Manager.
? Watch this space for the advertisement of
6. Po COBB?
Buggies,, 'Wagons, %
Undertakers' Sup -
G. P. COBB,
JOHNSTON, S, C.
I TEETH EXmCTED'WITHOUT PAIN ~_
X 14 YEARS PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE* \
WHOLESALE dealers, 363 King Street, Charleston ? C
Shelf Hardware a specialty. Agents for Buckeye
mowers, Brinkley Plows, Oliver Chilled plows..
OFFICERS:-Geo. A. Wagener, Pres.; Geo. Y. Coleman Vice-Pres.
L. G. Ball, Sec. ard Treas. Correspondence Solicited.
it wheu in Augusta. You will
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beui for $2.50.
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Watch this Space for
the Advertisement of
T. A. OW DOM,
1st door East of Advertiser Building
On the 11th day of October,1902,
tho undersigned will apply to the
Probate Court at Edge?eld, S.C.,for
a final discharge as Administra
trix of the estate of J. A. Floyd,
Mrs CW. FLOm