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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 24,1902.
I would like to say to my friends
and the public that on and after
October 1st my optical and watch
repair business will be continued
without Interruption iu the new
jewelry store to be cpered by
^lessrs Ramsey & Jeues uuxt door
to Post Office. There I will be
better than ever fitted for my
Geo. F. Alms, Optician.
For fresh turuip 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.
Crayoo Portraits enlarged from
small pictures of any kind. Satis
R. H. MIMS.
Plant Buist's turnip Beed once
and you will always plaut them.
They aro 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 one ?
RAMS..Y & JONES.
Fur sale : Second hand harvest
ing marhiuery such as mowers,
rakep, etc, at very low prices
E. J Norris
We are goiDg out of the
Sewing.Machine business and will
close out five Staudard sewing ma
chines at invoicH cost for ca?h.
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 paiute,
oils, putty, glass, etc., and prices,
ere right. W. E. LYNCH & Co.
We carry a full line of tooth
brushes, hair brushes, nail blush
es, dressing combs, fine combs, etc.
W. E. LYNCH & 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 in all the vari
eties, Buch as Red or Purple Top,
Flat Dutch, Yellow Aberdeen, Gol
den Ball, Seven Top and Buist's
G L. PENN & SON.
A carload of Rock Hill and Car
olina high grade buggies that are
right up-to-date, which we are sell
ing at a low price. Also a dozeu
other kinds for cash or on easy
terms. KAU EY & JONES.
EYE GLASSES accurately fitt
?Mi'^fd ftflfl gaarefrteed, for all defects
of eyes. *GEO. F. MIMS, Optician.
Can you use a nice 100-piece
china dinner set ? We will sell
you one for less than you can buy
it elsewhere. A beautiful line of
glass ware just received also.
RAMSEY & JONES.
Quite a novel liue of swinging
lamps just received. Your house
will be brighter if you will hang
oue 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 and walnut mar
bi? top suites. Wardrobes with
Freuch glass doors to match. Irnu
beds and springs to fit. Chairs and
tables to fix your rooms up-to-date
if yon want them.
RAMSEY & JONES.
We have the only First-Ciass
Barber Shop iu Edgefield. Skilled
and courteous barbers always on
baud to serve you. Fresh towels
for every customer. Razors, BC?B
BorH and clippers io first-clasB con
dition. Come to us for yoUr shav
i'ig, shampooing and hair cutting.
PARLOR BARBER SHOP,
Next door to post-office.
I respectfully announce to my
friends and the public generally of
Edgefield county that I am now
engaged as salesman with J. B.
White & Co.. of Augusta, Ga. I
shall be pleased to have you call
upon me when in the city. All
mail orders sent me will receive
careful and prompt attention.
W. E. HUFF.
I take this means of inform
ing the public that I have opened
a first class restaurant in the store
next door to Scurry's beer gardeD.
Meals served at ? '1 hours at rea
G. W. CAMBELL.
1 THE AUGUSTA I
1 SAYINGS BANK. ?
? 805 Broad Street. f
= W. B. YOUNG, President!
=J. C. WEIGT.E, - ... Caihie 5
S SAVINGS A?COUTS SpLICITE? ?j
|interest Paid ou Deposits!
5 ! ? BB as . l^JL^JJ
! Costs Os!j 25 wai
I Or ojll 85 ?egts fo C.
Wa har? haadlod Dr. Koffett'i TEETH!Ii*A (Teeth!
ai trida M a proprietary medicine, and oar trad ? la il
?ow amoaat to two or Ihm bnadred tfroii par rear, whigl
i lirias to UM mothar* of the couatrr, for they tty notti
i? sta ot OTOOQIBM to quisle!? th? trouble* Incident to I
I LOCAL AND PERSONAL, f
Mrs C. S. IJolleLsbead, of Au
gusta, ?B visiting Mrs. J. H. May.
Mrs. I.W, Fowler returned to hpr
heme ID Oitumwa, Iowa, on Friday
Mrs. E. W. Sawyer, of Monetta,
Is visiting her daughter, Mrs Barn
Mr.A. C. Hart, accompanied by
little Edgar, spent Sunday at his
Mrs. C. J. Ashley spent several
Jays last week at her former home,
Ellenton, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs J. B. Dorn, of Celes
tia, spent Sunday at the home of
their brother, Mr.W. H. Dorn.
Mr. A.Fuller Perkins Las rented
the Abney house in Buncombe and
will remove thereto the latter part
ot this week.
We are very glad to see that
Mr. Luke is again at his store
after an absence of five weeks on
account of sickness.
Our bright and pretty young
friend, Mies Zana Timmerman,
has entered the junior clasB of the
Presbyterian College for Women.
The popular insurance firm of
Messrs. Padgett & Norris will
move their office into the Cobb
building, which is being t horough
ly renovated and beautified.
That "steam engine in trousers,"
Col. F.N. K. Bailey, has overcome
many obstacles within the past few
mouths which to ordinary mottals
/ould have been insurmountable.
Mr. R. L. Fox is spending some
time with friends in Edgefleld.
For five years Mr. Fox has been
proprietor of the hotel at Harris'
Spring. He now contemplates em
barking in the jewelry Lusiuess
either in Abbeville or Augusta.
The Greenville Mountaineer has
the following to say of a former
Mr. E. 8. Addison, of Ninety-Six,
is making weekly shipments of
fine dressed mutton to this city.
Mr. Addison is a successful raiser
of fine sheep. The country is great
ly iu need of many more such far
Miss Marie Boykin of Greenville
has come to Columbia to spend the
winter, studying music at the Pres
byterian College for Women, aud
is at present staying at the Huiett
.The session 1902-03 of the S. C.
C. I. will be formally opened by
appropriate exercises in the opera
house this (Wednesday) morning.
The address of the occasion will
be delivered by Hou. J. C. Shep
pard. Let every citizen of Edgefield
manifest his or ber love and loyal
ty to this great institution by at
tending the openiug exercises this
morning. Remember the hour, ll
c' clock, and be bu hand promptly.
The little folks covered them
selves with glory by the beautiful
manner in which they carried out
their programme at the Baptist
church ou Sunday evening last.
Every one present was delightfully
entertained aud greatly edified by.
the evening's exercises. The little
oues raised the handsome sum of
$20.00 for missions.
Mr. E. N. DeVore, a prosperous
merchaut and prominent citizen
of Ninety Six, paid us a pleasant
call on Monday, subscribing tu the
SALESMEN WANTED to look1
after our interests in Edgefield
and adjacent counties. Salary or
commission, address LINCOLN
OIL Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
ALL WERE SAVED.
"For years I suffered such untold
miiery from Bronchitis", writes J.
H- Johnston, of Broughtou, Ga
that often I was unable to work.
Then when everything else failed,
Iwas wholly cured by Dr. Kiug's
New Discovery for Consumption.
My wife f-uffered iutensely from
ABI h ma, till it cured her, and all
experie nce gees to show it is the
besi Croup medicine in the world.
A trial will convence you it's un
rivaled for T hroat aud Lung di
seases. Guaranteed bottles 20c
and ?100. Trial bottles free to at
Wauted: Ttn or twelve ihoats
weighing about thirty or fortv
pounds each. F. N. K. BAILEY."
LOOK PLEASANT, PLEASE.
Photographer C. C. Harland, of
Eaton O., eau do PO now, though
for years Le couldn't because he
sufsered untold agony from the
worst form of indigestion. All
physicians and medicines failed to
help him ti 1 he tried Electric
Bitters, which worked wonders for
him that he declares they are a
godsend to sufferers frorr dyspep
sia and storm ch troubles. Unriva
led for diseases of the Stomach,
Liver aud Kidneys, they bvildup
ano give new life to the whole sys
tem . Try them. Only 20c. Garan
teedby G. L. PENN & son.
Wanted : Ten Cv,rd,B of piue wc od
and ninety cords of oak and hick
ory. . R. B. CAIN.
Diarrhoea, Dysentery, and
thc Bowel Troubles ol
Children of Any Aga.
Aids Digestion, Regulates
the Bowels, Strengthens
the Child and Makes
J. MOPPET?, M. QM ST. LOUIS, MO.
? TL A KT A, Go., Nor. 19. 1900.
or Po wi ora) erer since Ul Ant introduction to the public
hu steadily increased (rom year to rear until onr orden
l II a Tory strone e vi dsn t . of itt merit and the satisfaction ll
fne ?o effectually cou a torte ti the (Sects ot the summer11
[AB * RANKHf D3UQ OO.. Wholesale Druggist*.
ts at Druggist',,
Monday next is salesday.
Read the County Treasurer's
Long live the South Carol'iia
This year's tax levy for the
town of Edgefield is 18 7-8 mills.
'Ihe return of the"b>ysin gray''
and the "girls in blue"-the S. C.
CI. students-carries joy to every
heart in Edgefield.
The kindergai ten and primary
school opens on Monday next at
tho home of Mrs. Kate Minis. Miss
Cottle Youngblood will toach a
claes of primary pupils just as Mrs
King did last year. The school for
the little folks will open under very
fa* orable auspicep. Being centrally
located tho enrollment will no
doubt be ve-y large.
For some time it has seemed
that our town has preferred dark
ness rather than light, not be
cause our deeds were evil, however.
Now we sr; to have a grea?iumber
of lights. Our city fathers recently
purchased 30 or more street lamps
and have placed them where most
Read the business local of
Turner, the furniture dealer, 1136
Broad Strei t Augr.sta, Ga.
We direct attention lo the new
advertisement of the clothing de
partment of the mammoth store
of the J. B. White Co. Manager
Scruggs has purchased a tremen
dous 6tock that he is offering at
prices that will move it. Mr. Jack
Holder, that prince of good fellows,
stands ready to greet his Edgefield
friends who are legion.
JUST LOOK AT HER.
Whence eame that sprigb!In
step, faultless skin, rosy complex
ion, smiling face. She looks looks
good,feels good, Here's her secret.
She uses Dr. King's New Life Pills.
Result,-all organs active, digee
I ?on good, no headaches, no chance
for the "blues". Try them ycurself.
at G. L. PENN <fc son drug store.
There is nothing more attractive
to the human eye than a beautiful
framed picture. This you can have
done in the latesf- style, also old
frames made new by the latest me
thods at my furniture store 1136
Bread E.'reet, Augusta, Ga.
The people of the town are pre
paring to give the S. C. C I. stu
dents a reception on Friday after
noon from 5 to 7 o'clock at the
Gwaltney home. Choice fruits,
and delightful refreshments will
be served. All of our people
should attend and receive these
young people royally.
The Best Prescriptions fur Malara
Chills and Fever is a boltleof GROVE'
TASTELESS CHILL TONIC. It is simply
iron and quinine in a tasteless form
No cure-no Dav. Price 5GV
Neather adversity not prosperity
ever changes a man? each merely
brings cul what there is in him.
This signature is on e7ery )or of the genuin*
Laxative Bromo^uinine Tablets
the remedy that cures a bold In one day
Stops the Cough
and works off the Cold.
Laxative Bremo-Quinine Tablets cure
B cold in one day. No cure, 5 o pay
Price 25 cents.
The ADVERTISER extends greet
ings and bids the faculty and stu
dents of the S. C. C. I. welcome,
thrice welcome, on their return to
Few mothers arc healthy, because
their duties arc so exacting. The anxiety
of pregnancy, the shock of childbirth,
and the care of young children, are
severe trials on any woman. But with
Wine of Cardui within her gru5p, every
mother-every woman In the lanJ-can
pay the debt of personal health she
owes her loved ones. Do you want
robust health with ail its privileges and
pleasures? Vine of Cardui will give it
strengthens thc female organs and Invig
orates weakened functions. For every
female lil or weakness it is the best
medicine made. Ask your druggist for
$1.00 bottle Wine of Cardui, andtakeno
substitute under, any circumstances.
Mr*. Edwin Crass, Cornier, Mkh.i "When I
commenced using Wine of Cardui I was hardly able
I to walk acron the house. Two week* after I walked
half a mile and picked strawberries. When my
other child wat born I suffered with labor pain* 24
hour?, and had to raise him on a bottle because I had
no milk. After using the Wine during prejnancy
(hit time, I give birth last month to a baby girl, and
wot ia labor only two hour*, with but little pain,
ted I hare plenty of milk. For thisgreat improve
o .eat in my health I thank God and wine of Cardui"
i For adrice in cases requiring special directions,
I a Area, giving symptoms, "The Ladies' Advitory
Department," The Chat'
tahooga Medicine Co.,
ilicious and wholesoir-a
'PER CO., NEW YORK.
(Written for Last Week.)
Our school opened here Wednes
day Prof J. E. Grim having been
elected principal and Miss Carrie
Talbert assistant teacher. Miss Sal
lie Bland of Johnston niece of Mrs
H. W. Dobey is attending .the
Parksville high school this session.
Misses Nellie and Addie Bell
'.eft Tuesday morning for Win
throp. Parksville is quite lonesome,
all the young people having left
or will leave in a few days,
Messers J. H. Elkins, Cleveland
Stone. J. M. Bell, D. N. Dorn will
leave next week for Fuman Uni
versity. Miss Leila Parks will
leave Monday for Winthrop and
Miss Fannie Dorn for the Green
ville Female college and Mr. James
A. Dobey will leave soon for the
Atlanta Dental college. We hope
Mr. Dobey as well as al' the otherB
Master Hardy Burk, who has
been visiting his grand-lather in
Savannah has returned home and
is attending our high school:
Miss Sallie Davis, who has been
visting Misses Laila and Ella
Parka bas returned to bei home in
M ss Sallie Ta ker, and bi r grand
mother, Mrs Blalock, have been
visting the family of Mr. T. G.
Mr. and Mrs. John Brunsen
have been visiting their daughter,
Mri Emmie Sewell, in Augusta.
Miss Ella Parks leaves ina few
days t> take charge of a school
MrsW. A-D. Blackwell has a
fine girl, so has Mr? John Bussey.
Mr. Luther Bell, was in Parks
ville Suuday visting his~ brother,
Dr. D. A. J. Bell.
The machinery for the Cotton
Seed Oil andGinuery Co has arri
ved. They will begin ginning Mon
A meeting of our citizens was
called a few days ago to meet a
committee from McCormick and
one from North Augusta. The im
pression had gained ground that
McCormick could not get sufficient
area for a new county and- our
peopl-; wanted the McCormick peo
ple to make a showing and if they
could not assure our p opie that
McCormick was sure of her arsa
some of them desired to join the
North Augusta movement for a new
This motion was passed by this
meeting of our citizens : That we
give McCormick two weeks to make
a showing, and gi/e us a guarantee
that. McCormick would build a
courthouse and jail ?withoct ex
pense to taxpayers, which-firey
agreed to do.
If the McCormick people- fail
in their project a goodiy number
desires to join North Augusta in
her movement for a new county.
More anon. Boy
Miss Ellie Warren.
After a lingering illness Miss
Ellie Warren passed away on Fri
day morning last at her home near
Johnston. She died as she lived,
trusting implicitly in the Saviour
of the world. For a number of years
she had been a consistent member
of the Baptist church at Johnston
which church she greatly loved.
Miss Warran was one of a large
home circle and has joined those
who have passed over the river.
Her death is mourned by three sis-,
tersaud three brothers and a largb
circle of friends. Her remains weie
tenderly laid to rest in the ceme
tery at Harmo-iy on Saturday af
Mrs Wal tor E. Holston.
At the setting of the 6uu on Fri
da}- la6t the light of the earthly
life of Mrs. Waller E. Holston be
came extinguished to shine forth
with renewed brightness on the
resurrection morn. Being desparate
ly ill her condition was considered
precarious from the first day of her
sickness and in one short week the
end c tme-sbe fell asleep in jesus.
Neither the unceasing attentions
of love ones cor human skill could
stay the hand of death. When God
thus decrees all human efforts
are in vain.
Mrs. Holston wan an activ.^
member of the Methodist church
and a regular attendant upon the
services of her chu ch. Her little
eleveu-months-old babe ?jyill be
tenderly cared for by loved ones.
To the grief-striken husband aud
the bereaved household the Adver
tiser extends profound sympathy.
The funeral was conducted from
the Methodist church on Saturday
afternoon, her pastor, Fiev. G. W.
Very many and very beautiful
aro the latest creations in ladies'
and misses' hats that have josi
been received by Miss Mary Bu
ford. She has displayed rare
taste and skill in selecting the pre!
ly novelties in scratch and French
felt hate,also in purchasing fthf
very beautiful pattern hats. Not
half can be told in words, the
ladies should see them. Read
Miss Buford's announcement.
Girls who make the greatest ex
ertions to catch husbands are us
ually the last in the race.
List of letters remaining in th?
Postoffice at Edgefield, S. C., week
ending Sept. 27, 1902:
N). 1, Mrs. Amanda Henderson
No. 2, John Kembo.
No. 3, Mrs. Mary E. Terry.
When asking for letters on this list
W. II. BRUNSON, P. M.
The keys to tho heans homes ! Miss Julia Hal ti wan ger retu roe
and affections of Hie people of ?on Saturday alter spending th
Edgefield are placed in the hands ! glimmer at Anderdon and Wal
if the S. C. C. 1. students. ? Lalla
The support given us by the people of Edgefield
/A during the past, and we are in a position lo do J&
Ul far better for you lhis seasou than ever. Our
stock 15 larger, better and the marked prices are
as low as can possibly be on the same class of
merchaudise, but, as we buy for cash and sell for
cash, can afford to allow you a discount of 10 %
on mai kct prices.
Men s Suits - $5. to $25
Men's Overcoats 5, to 35
Youths' Suits from $4.50 to $18.50
I Boys' Suits from 1.50 to 7.5O
I J. B. WHITE 6?'S
Spot Cash Clothing Store, AUGUSTA, CA.
i CO EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE. 1
: HANDSOME N E W 13 RICK
I BUILDING FOR THE S. C.C.I.
The Twelfth sesssion for the ?. C. C. I. will bpgin Wed- |~
?enday, Oc'ober 1st. 1902. j|H
The main builpine, which waa destroyed by fire, will be
imnipdiately rebuilt upon a largrr and more modern plan.
Three hundred and fifty-nine students last session.
One hundred and sixryy-nine boarders.
Our graduate representing best colleges and unive
Large faculty, ses of study lead'ng to the degrees orsities.
Thorough cour f 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 general verdict is that our stu 1 nts shov splendid de
velopment of charae'eras well as intellect.
Applications for rooms iu dormitory are coming in every
Necessary expense fur entire session from $100 to $125.
If you contemplate patronizing jur institution it is im
portant that you write lor catalogue and application blank
The fire will in nd way interfere with the opening of the
institute on October 1st.
For further information address
P^]53!? P. N. K. BAILcY,
EDGEFIELD S. O,
I THE FARMERS BANK ?
I OF EDGEFIELD, S- C. |
? STATE AND COUNTY BEPOSITOBY. ?
5 THE LAR I STRONGEST BANK IN EDGEFIELD COUNTY =
I Paid nj) Capital.-<.$ 58,000.00 |
= Surplus and Und in' dedra fi. 15,000.00 S
I Liability of Stockholders. 58,000.00 |
I Protection to Depositors .:.$131,000.00 |
= ' We invite attention of those desiring a safe depository for their money to the above jr
I facs. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS BY SPECIAL CONTRACT. g
= Under provision of its charter this hank is authorized to act as trustee, ?ruardian^ 5;
= administrator and executor, and to accept and execute trusts generally. =
= A. E. PADGETT, President r. I\RAINSFORD, Vtee-Pres. E
= J. L. CAUGHMAN, Cashier. W. H. HAULING, Asst.?Cashier S
With stronger trade possi
bilities than ever before.
Stronger for the NEW YORK RACKET STORE, because the
buying has been bigger, broader and botter. Stronger because the
business is ever growiug, and weare better fortified to fit your wants.
Stronger from every point of view-Style, Completeness of Stock,
Absolute worthiness o? materials and make.
absolute price honesty
to'an intelligent buying public, like ours, means
absolute price economy.
Our first instalment of New Fall Goods is now displayod and consists
of Ladies' Cloths and Broad Cloths, All-wool Serges, American Cash
meres, Henriettas, Zibilines, Coronation Cioths. Etamines, Etc.
Silks aud Fancy Waistings, Ladies' Suiting and Skirt Goods-all
styles Bleached and Unbleached Goods. Homespuns at 5c and up.
Ribbons, Laces and Dress Trimmings.
Our stock of Corsets is complete. Ask to see the "American
Beauty" and the "F. C.1! Corsets.
Get Ready for School
We are offering this season one of the strongest lines of School Shoes
ever shown im Edgofiela. In our line will be found the celebaated Heart
and Arrow bhoe. The Two Dollaa Heart and Arrow shoe has positively no
equal. It is a sure winner
Beautiful Feared Flannels in W.iist patterhs. Everyone a different pat
tern. Tewels. Table Cloths, Bed Spreads, Blankets, Porkers, Furniture
Scarfs. Our Clothing line for Men. Boys and Children is absolutely com
plete- Clothing fer children of three years and all through to men of one
hundred years. In Hats and Caps for men, boys and e^en for ladies, we have
a latger liue thanevei. Onr Carpets and Rugs are great values. Rugs rang
ing from .Wc to $4.50 and worth twice the money. Carpets from 20c to 35c
We have bargains too numerous to mention here. Just come and see.
Y. RACKET STORE
J. W: PEAK, Manager.
...THATS OUR PRICE,...
For a Regular
$ 15.00 MELTON
Overcoat, Long and Medi
um Lengths. Dark Blue,
Brown and Black. We have
one hundred and fifty of
j j this One Qnality. To con
vince, we ask your inspection. If they
are not what we claim, money refunded.
3. C. Levy's Son & Co,
838 Broad Street, - - - AUGUSTA, Ga.
? Watch this Space for
the Advertisement of
LA. OW DOM,
1st door East of Advertiser Building
On the lltb day of October,1902,
thu undersigned will apply to the
Probate Court at Edgefield, S.C.,for
a final discharge as Administra
trix of the estate of J. A. Floyd,
Mrs C. W. FLOYD.
In your bo)k that if you want to
buy Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing, Hats
and Gents Furnishing Goods, you can
find no holler ptace anywhere than at - -
C. CS? MAY'S. Now this is nor idle talk but hard facts,
and I can prove every word I say by comparison.
Read and leartiwbstl Ian do for you :
Print?, Percales. Outings, Canton, bleach-d, unbleached and
check homespun!)* in great variety, and at very low pries. Pants
Jeans at I2?c, Hie, 16jj-c,20c,25c and35c per yard. Y?.u should see
see the 32.inch percales at Se, and 36-inch at 10c. I nm showing a
beautiful line of Waist Goods from l!)c to oOc per yard that are well
worth more money. Every thing in Serges, Ladies Cloth and all the
latest skirt goodFcnnf.be found here. Storm serge at 50c worth 65cts.
54-iuch Ladies Cloth at $1.10, others ask $1.25. Silks for waists
and skirts, from Sods to$1.50 per ynrd, in a greater variety than will
b-- found elsewhere. You cannot ?fiord to miss seeing these.
Ladies, Missesand Children's cloak? and capes to suit everybody.
Underwear, hosiery, handkerchiefs, gloves, suspenders, shirts and
many other things in this line r.t very low prices. Blankets from 50c
lo five dollars. Comforts from one dollar to two dollars and a half.
Ol nf* Til Tl O* ! This being my first, season in men's ready
wX"lJ Ulilllg ? fo-wear clothing, I am showing au entirely
lie*W S?OC1C j ?ew tstock and at remarkably low prices.
Every man in need of a suit will do well to get my prices before
buying. I also have a line of Childrens suits, from $2.00 up.
My stock ot shoes is very complete
and the prices are right. If you want
to save money ca'1 on me when in need of shoe?.
1 Hats for men and boys at
and in ti.e verv latest styles.
Appreciating to the fullest extent Iii" l rad''given me in the pas', I
solicit a continuance ot saine and proaiisH to give bent values possible.
CHARLIE E. MAY.
>....-. Jg . m ? "
TEETH EXTRACTED'WITHOUT PAIN ~ .
14 YEARS PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE*
WHOLESALE d ?alers, 363 King Street, Charleston ? O
Shelf Hardware a specialty. Agents for Buckeye
mowers, Brinkley Plows, Olivet Chilled p!ows.
OFFICERS:-Geo. A. Wageuer, Pres.; Geo. Y. Coleman Vice-Prei..
L. G. Ball, Sec. and Treas. Correspondence Sohoited.