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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 8, 1902.
I would like to say to my friends
and the public that on and after
" October 1st my optical and watch
repair busin?6: will be continued
without iuterruption in tho new
jewelry store to bo cpbi ed by
Messrs Ramsey & Jenes nuxt door
to Post Office. Theres I will be
better than ever fitted for my
Geo. F. MIMS, Optician.
Paint your wagons, buggies and
carriage" and oii your harness. We
can supply the best paint and oil
at reasonable prices.
RAMSEY & JONES *
? Por fresh turnip seed, seed that
will germinate, assuring you of a
good stand, buy Buist's. Wo have
them in all the popular varieties.
G. L. PENN & SON.
Old newspapers for Sate at this
office "for 20 cents per hundred.
Our stock of harness, saddles,
bridles, buggy robes and whips is
. . complete. These goods are marked
~. : t prices that will move them.
RAMSEY & JONES.
Crayon Portraits enlarged from
small pictures of any kind. Satis
R. H. MIMS.
Call upon us whou iu need of
- trunks, vahees, satchels or dress
' 5 suit cases. Wo carry a large as
sortment of these goods with pri
RAMSEY & JONES.
* " Plaut Buist's turnip seed once
and you will always plant them.
They are the best on the market.
A fresh supply at
G. L. PENN & SON
BYE GLASSES accurately fitt
td and guaranteed, for all defects
of oyes. GEO.F. MIMS, Optician.
Along with our large and varied
assortment of china and glassware
we carry a beautiful line of cherry
and o? k china closets. Call and
ask to tsee thom.
RAMSEY & JONES.
For sale : Second hand harvest
ing machinery such as mowers,
rakel?, ' tc, at very low prices- *
E. J. Norris
We are headquarters for paints,
oils, putty, glass, etc., and prices
are right. W. E. LYNCH & Co.
A word to the hunters, we have
?largs stock of gnus, loaded shells
(?'.th black t?ud smokeless pow
der).leggings and every toing that
a hunter needs. Drop in and let
us show you.
RAMSAY & JONES.
_ We carry a full line of tooth
brushes, hair brushes, nail brush
es, dressing combs, fine combs,etc.
W. E. LYNCH & Co.
^T!^!*?^S?-?^. O..?"-?T;WV.I Hi * ur
Regulator. Everv 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, such as Red or Purple Top,
Flat Dutch, Yellow Aberdeen, Gol
den Ball, Seven Top and Buist's
G L. PENN & SON.
Our stock of wagons, buggies,
bed-room sets, tables, rocking
chairs, desks, brans and enameled
iron beds, mattings, rugs, etc., was
never before more complete.
* . RAMSEY & JONES.
SALESMEN WANTED to look
after our interests in Edgetield
and adjacent counties. Salary or
. commission, address LINCOLN
OIL Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
We have the ohlv F?rst-Clase
Barber Shop in Edgetield. Skilled
and courteous barbers always on
hand to serve you. Fresh towels
for every customer. Razors, scis
?ora and clippers iu first-class con
dition. Come to us for your shav
ing, shampooing and hair cutting.
PARLOR BARBER SHOP,
Over Jones & Son's Store.
I respectfully announce to my
friends and the public generally of
Edgefield county that I am now
engaged as salesman with J. B.
White <fe 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 niforom
ing the public that I bava opened
a first class restaurant in the store
next door to Scurry's he^r gardeu.
Meals served at all hours at rea
G. W. CAMBELL.
I TBE AUGUSTA I
I SAYINGS BANK. I
_ 805 Broad Street. I
?W. ?. YOUNG.Pre?id?nt=
jj. G. WKIGLE, . ... Caibi. E
S SAVINGS ACCOUTS SOLICITED ??
I Interest Paid on Deposits!
Costs Osiy S casi
I Or aaU tl ?tato U C.
Dr.**?'. TZTTKnT?? Z??? ^
1 g?WP^??*Wj>i?l n-.flwtibffrgit to Wa,
tttttdsy,?? tw recBp?r??d. I tort toututir tupi it
-."' ww ilxtinj.
I LOCAL AND PERSONAL ?
Do Dot forfipi tbp de Barrie Gil I
Go parly and pecure a seat in the
opera house Thursday nieht.
Only one first class fare for
round trip to the Btafp fair.
Lay by in store fora trip to tho
state fair, Oct. 28-31. Read the
Southern's announcement of the
rate in this i?sue....
We agree with our Cold Spring
scribe in sayii g, "Now is the time
for sowing oats. One acre sown
now is worth three in December."
, Mr. J. Rubinstein desires to in
form" his . friends and the public
that bis store will be closed next
Saturday on account of observance
of the Jewish holiday. Make your
purchases of him on Friday, do
not wait for Saturday.
Mrs. George T. Sbarpton, for
merly Miss Marie R.' Cheatham,
arrived .in Edgefield on Saturday
last from the West. He^ uncle,
Col. Jas. T.Bacon, went to August
ta to meet her.
The sad, very sad, announcement
>f the death of Mr. A. Baron
Holmes, of Charleston, reached UP
just before going to press. He loved
overyinchof oldEdgefield's soil
and was greatly and universally
beloved by our people. .
Mr. J. A. Weir has moved the Par
lor Barbershop into to the rooms
over thes :ore of Meiisrs. Joues and
Son. When in need of a ton
sorial artist call upou: bim. Com
petent and couteous barber's will
Mr- J. D. Holstein left for Bal
timore on Suuday last to purchase
a large stock of holiday good? for
the Lynch drug store. By going
early and making selections in
person Mr. Holstein gets the cream
of the importations.
All who go to the opera house
Tnursday night will be captivated
by the harp solos and popular
songs with harp or guitar accom
Two young men of sterling
worth, Jame?? Byrd, of our town,
aud Jauie- Dobey, of Parksville.
leave tbeir resp-ctiv? homes today
for Atlanta where they wi 1 ent^r
[r^e Allanta Dental college. Suc
? :ess to them.
The chemical engine that the
*owu purchased some time ago is at
the depot awaiting the arrival of
the manufacturer's agent wbo wi
make a practical test of the fire ex
tinguisbing powers of the engine.
Mr John A. Hol?aud bas been
spending sev?ral days in and a
round Edgefield looking'?fter his
interests. Mr. Holland places more
musical instruments in this sec
tion tb*nall other dealers and a
GOES LIKE HOT CAKES. -;
"The fastest selling article I have
in my store," writes druggist Ci T.
Smith, of Davis, Ky., "is Dr. King's
NewDicovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds, because it al
ways cures. In my 6 year of sales
it has never failed. I have known
it to save sufferers from throat &
Lung diseases, who could get no
help from doctors or any other
remedy." Mothers rely on it, best
physicians prescribe it and Penn
guarantees satisfaction or refunds
price. Trial bottled free. Reg sizes,
50c aud $1 at G. L. PENN & Son's
The de Barrie Gill-Jobnstoue
entertainment to be given in the
opera house will surpass anything
of the kind ever preseuted in
HIS LIFE IN PERIL.
"I just seemed to have gone all
to pieces," writes Alfred Bee. of
Welfare, Tex, "biliousness and a
lame back had made life a burden.
I couldn't eat or sleep and felt al
most too worn oui to work when I
began to use Electric Bitters, but
they worked wonders. Now I sleep
like a top, can eat anything, hav
gained in strength and enjoy h-ird
work. "They give vigorous health
and new life to weak, sickly, run
down people. Try them. Only 50c
at G. L. PENN & son's drug store
4'Sol" speaks correctly in this
issue when he nays that the ADVER
TISER'S "Boy" correspondent from
Parkeville is a goodooe. We would
be glad to receive ocsasional short
newsy letters from boys of other
sections of the countv.
AMERICA S FAMOUS BFAUTIES
Look with horror on Skin Erup
tions, l?lotches,sores,pimples. They
don't have them, nor will any one.
who uses Bucklen's Arnica Salve
It glorifies the face. Eczema or
Salt Rheum vanish before it. It
sures sore lips, chapped hands
chilblains. Infallible for PileB.
G. L. Penn & Sou's drug store.
The owners of season tickets to
the lyceum course are requested to
call at the office of B. E. Nichol
son, Esq., before Wednesday night
and get their ticket.
Wanted : Ten cords of pine wc od
and ninety cords of oak and hick
ory. R. B. CAIN.
Diarrhoea, Dystntery, and
the Bowel Troubles of
Children of A ny Ago.
mMds Digestion, Regulates
32W9EK?)snB the Bowell. Strengthens
t at Bra>T*fct? the Child and Makes
81 UT*Z&51*> TEETHING EASY.
?J., MOFFITT. M. 0., ST. LOUIS, MO.
MDT, Soc.-eurT of Stato, A cum. Tar., Nor. 31,1900.
?.dy ud aid nra* toothing children. When my oldett
lu that wo would lntTlubly loi? him. I happened upoa
?adala iaprortaeat wmmarked ia 84 awn?, and from
aad aaod 1$ ??nc? with mr callara, and t*rt -ker. great
fCtadraa, S ?oaad tt larajiaal*ana etUrlhetoethiaa
MJttCDt a HAUDY.
Makes the food more dc
ROYAL 8AKINO PO*
Mr. J. 0. Herin spent Sunday j
writh Mr. W. H. Harting.
Mrs. T. Furse and children left!
Friday morning last for Lena,'
ivhere they will make their future
Mrs. - Buford has removed
from Buncombe to the Methodist
parsonage where ?he occupies j
rooms with Rev. and Mrs. Davis.
First Monday's crowd was lar
jei than usual and composed of
representative citizens from every
jectiou orthe county.
Allstudeuts will be admitted tc
;ho entertainment in the opera
louse Thursday night for the small
sum of twenty-five cents.
Rev. George W. Davis filled his
.egular appointments on Sunday
ast, preaching iu our Methodist
ihurch in the forenoou and at Mc
Kendree in the afternoon.
Miss Stella Walker, who has
3een ependiug the summer at
Judge N.L. Bruuson's left Monday
for her home in Augusta, Ga. She
?rill be missed by her many friends
n.and around Edgefield. Come
igaiu aud stay longer.
The sermon of Dr. L. R. Gwalt
ley at the Baptist church on Sun
lay morning last was a master
piece among pulpit discourses, it
?vas addressed chiefly to the young
people, being replete with wise
?ounrel and timely admonitions.
Among other things he said: "I
.vould,"were it possible, with these
two words, 'oppose beginnings', a
;ro:ss the sky in indelible letters be
fore the gaze of the youth of the
land." He urged upou the young
to oppop* beginning of strong
drink, gambiiut*, lying, card flay
ing aud defrauding. Such a pow
erful sermon delivered by one who
iivps up to its precepts cannot bnt
accomplish gr.eat good for Hiiu in
?hose name it was delivered
Wanted: Ten or twelve shoote
weighing about thirty or forty
pounds each. F. N. K. BAILEY."
OUT OF DEATH'S JAWS.
"When death seemed very near
from a severe stomach a id liver
trouble^ that I had suffered with
for yearB, '.'writes P. Muse, Du
l>u,c*?, ?^O.i 'Dr. Kinp'oNcw Life
Pills saved my life and gave per
fect health." Best fills on eerth
ind only 25c at G. L. Penn &
Son's drug store.
Southern R. R. Low Rates to
Annual State Fair, Columbia.
For the above occasion, the
SOUTHERN RAILWAY will sell
'rom all points in South Carolina,
ncluding Asheville,Charlolte, Au
gusta and Savannah and interme
diate station?, tickets to the 34th
Annual State Fair, ColumbialS.C.
it rate of one first class fair for
tho round trip, plus 50c (admission
tee) for the ruund trip.
Tickets to bo sold October 2?th
to 31st, inclusive' with final limit
to" return November 2nd, 1902
THE SOUTHERN RAILWAY
svill operate on October 29th a.nd
30th special trains into and out of
Colombia, in addition to their re
gular trains. Call upon auy Agent
Df the Southern Railway for de
tailed information, or
R W Hunt, DPA, Charleston^ C
W II Tayloe, Asst Gen Pass Agt.
Wine of Cardui is the guardian
of a woman's health and happi
ness from youLli to old ngc. It
helps her safely into womanhood.
It sustain her during the trials
O? pregnancy, childbirth aud
motherhood, making labor easy
and preventing Hooding and mis
carriage. It gently leads her
through thc dangerous period
known as the change of life.
cures leucorrhcea, falling of the
womb, and menstrual irregularity
in ever)- form. It is valuable in
every trying period of a woman's
life. It reinforces the nervous,
svstern, act? directly on thc geni
tal organs and is the finest tonic
for women known. Ask your
druggist for a $1.00 bottle of
Wine of Caxdui.
Batesvllle, Ala., July IL, 1800.
I am using Wine of Cardui and Thed
ford'a Black-Draught and I feel like a
different woman already. Several la
dies here keep the medicines in their
homes ??ll the time. I have three girls
and they aro utting it with me.
Mrs. KATE BROWDER,
For advice ul ll te ra tare, addreu, (riving
Brroptomi, "The Ladlei' Advisory Depart
ment", The Chattanooga Medicine Company,
Talo oJffnatnro ia on every box of the genuine
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Abiete
the moody that cores . cold In one day
?HC?G?S and wholesome
'CES CO., NEW YORK.
Revival at Mill Chapel;
Rev. W. P. Yarborough held,
during last week, a very success
ful revival meeting at the Mill
chapel which.closed Sunday night.
There were 15 convei sions, ' five
uniting with the Methodist church
and ten with the. Baptist church'.
This young man is a very- earnest
and vigorous speaker and God is
using bim as a means of saving j
those who are ou the road to eternal
death. Prayer-meeting win - -be
conducted every Thursday nigh*
at the chapel; all are invited to
Monday's Land Sales.
The Wright place near Johnston, |
260 acres, sold for $2,900, to H.
W. Crouch. '?
Of the Warren lands near Tren
ton, the traotof 38?'acreB sold for
$775, to B. S. Hollaud; tract of |
148 acres sold for $1,300 to B. C.
Warren ; the one-acre lot in Tren
ton sold fir $205, to B. C. Warren.
The land of the N. D. Timmer.
mau estate, Pleasant Lane, three
tracts aggregating 491 acres, was
bought by F. L Timmerman for
The 50 acre tract of Clar.riB8a|
Holloway near Meeting street sold
for $110, to Mrs Ann E. Padgett.
The Joe Davis lot on Main street
containing two acres sold for $700
Session ol' 1902-03.
The daily routine of work has
beeu resumed at the S. C. C. I.
The formal opening od Wed??s
day last was a very pleasant occa
sion. The able address of Hon. J.
C. Sbpppard has elicited much fa
vorable comment, while the -re
marks of Dr. L. R. Gwaltney were
very appropriate and wore deliver-,
ed in bis usual impressive manner.
in all fully 75 boarding pupilo
are enrolled. The dormitories are.
filled. It ir. greatly regretted that
tbs new building was not ready tor j
i h*? beginning of the session BC
mat all who knock for admission
could be received and not turned
away. Th? students are delighted
'with tho i em po rr ry arra ligaments.
Several of tiie old students say that
they prefer '.he prisant arrange
aient io thar of lust year.
A inigo and coin patent faculty
is in charge ac j there is no reason
why at good work cannot be done j
f >r and by tho students of the S.C;
CI. as at any of the other colleges
in the staff. The favorable condi
tions that obtain at the beginning
auguis a favorable and profitable]
ending of the Eession.' May it be sp.
Attention, Hussars. *
You are hereby ordered to meet I
at the drill ground on Ssturday
Oct 11th 1902 armed with carbien&j
for target practice.
N. G. EVANS,
J. P. SULLIVAN, Capt..
List of letters remaining in the |
Postofnce at Edgefield, S. C., week
ending Otc. 4, 1902:
Mrs Mary Bordy, Mrs Jos. Bar-j
ker J. R. Donnait, Andrew Harap
ton,.Mr John Johnston,Ceye Styas|
Cumlous Sims, Miss Lousa A.
Russell, Miss Caller Ruford.
When asking for letters on this list
W. H. BRUNSON, P. M.
Stops the Cough
and works off the Cold.
Laxative Bremo-Quinine Tablets cure|
a cold in one day. No cure, Yo pay ]
Price 25 cents.
Dear ADVERTISER : We are still
doing business at the same old
Our new church is going up)
slowly, but when compl?fed we j
will have a neat building.
Mr. C. E. Quarle8 is busily gin
ning the fleecy staple.
Messrs. McDaniel & Co. are bus- !
ily sawing lumber. They will
continue all winter. They havs-|
several months orders ahead.
Crops were damaged by the late
raius. We will make an average
Mr. Luther Bell lost a valuable
norse last week. He says that b<
vvarite one not wor h killing and
mav be it w ill liv?.
Mrs. Pickeus Dniley is quite
Hok with fever. She is the fourth
member of ht?r fr.mily to have it.
We had considerable wind Tues
da}T evpni".T. A tree was blown
nn a little npjiro in Mr. Charlip
Quarles' yard. It was not serious
ly hurt; just caused a few bottles
of liuimeut to be sold.
Now is the time to sow oats. I
hops to see a large crop sown. One
acre sown now is worth three in
December. Give us an editorial
on early sowing, Mr, Editor; you
used to be a farmer.
We are sorry to seo cotton seed
so high priced. The farmers will
sell all instead of manuring their
Your boy correspondent writes
well. More boys should write you
an occasional letter.
We are glad to notice the inter
est taken in the S. C. C. I. Edge
field should be proud of her school
(which she is). May it live long
abd prosper. SOL.
Cold Spring, October 3, 1902.
TO CoRE A CCLD IN ONEOAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab'et? j
All druggist? refund the money if it
fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
lu no each box.
The keys to the hearts homes
and affections of the people of
Edge ii HI are placed in 'he hands
of the S. C. C. I. Btud?ot's.
Miss Julia Haltiwanger returnee
on Saturday after spending the
eummer at Anderson and Wal
The support given us by the people of Edgefield
during the past, and we are in a position to do
far belter for you this seasou than ever. Our
stock is larger, better and the marked prices are
as low as can possibly be on the same claBS of
merchaudise, but, as we buy for cash and sell for
cash, can afford to allow you a discount of 10 %
on maiket prices.
Men's Suits - $5. to $25
Men's Overcoats 5. to 35
Youths' Suits from $4.50 to $18.50
Boys' Suits from 1.50 to 7.5O
J. B. WHITE 60'S
Spot Cash Clothing Store, AUGUSTA, CA.
: HANDSOME NEWBRICK
BUILDING FOR THE S. C. C. I.
The Twelfth sesasion for the S. C. C. I. will begin Wed
nesday, October 1st, 1902.
The main builping, which Was destroyed by tire, will be
immediately rebuilt upon a larger and more modern plan.
Thre? hundred and fifty-nine students last session.
One huudred and sixtyy-uine boarders.
Our graduate representing best colleges and unive
Large faculty, ses of study leading to tho 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 vetdict is that our students show splendid de
velopment of character as well as intellect.
Applications for rooms in dormitory are coming in every
Necessary expense for eutiro pepsion from $100 to $125.
If you contemplate patronizing Dur institution it is im
portant th?t yeti write ior calalugueand application blank
Tb? fire ?vii] in noway interfere with the opening of the
institute on October 1st.
For further iii formation address
F. N. K. BAILEY,
EDGEPIELID S. C. B
? THE FARMERS BANK f
I OF EDGEFIELD, S. C. |
I STATE AUB mmn MPOSITOBY. i
I THE UAR E STRONGEST BANK IN EDGEFIELD COUNTY 2
1 Paid uv Capital.$ 58,000.00 j
5 Surplus and, Undividedrofi. 15,000.00 =
I Liability of Stockholders. 58,000.00 |
1 Protection to Depositors.$131,000.00 |
rr * We invite attention of those desiring a safe depository for their money to the above j=
I fae s. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS BY SPECIAL CONTRACT. |
5 Under provision of its charter this bank is authorized to act as trustee, guardian 2
E administrator and executor, and to accept and execute trusts generally. ' =
= A. E. PADGETT, President T. I'. RAINSFORD. Vice-Prei. S
5 J. L. CAUGHMAN, Cashier. W, H. HARLING, Asst.-Caahier ?
THE RACKET SEASON
DawDS with stronger trade possibilities than ever before.
Stronger for the NEW YORK RACKET STORE, because the
buy mg has been bigger, broader and better. Stronger because the
business is ever growing, aDd weare better fortified to fit your wants.
Stronger from every point of view-Style, Completeness of Stock,
Absolute worthiness of materials and make.
Absolute price hone-?ty toan intelligent buying public, like ours,
means absolute price economy.
NEW FALL GOODS.
Our first installment of New 1< all Goods is now displayed and consists
of Ladies'Cloths and Broad Cloths, All-wool Serges, American Cash
meres, Henriettas, Zibilines, Coronation Cloths, Etamines, Eic.
Silks and 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." Corsets.
Men's and Boys
Men's suits $3.99 to ,$15.00, Boy's suits $1.00 to $5.00. Our stock
consists of all the latest goods, French and English Clay Worsted, at
bottom prices. Also full line of Hats and Caps in the latest styles.
An elegant line of Childrens, Misses
TTi^\C1T lil LjT7" and Ladies Hosiery at very low prices.
XXUD1 ILlJLif X , Gent's fancy hosiery from 5c up.
Skirts and Underwear.
See our Ladies ready-to-wear Skirts-something extra good for the
price. Ask to see our stock of Childrens, Ladies' and Men's under
vests and union suits. They were bough vory low and will be sold
accordingly. We have the latest and newest in Neckwear.
Our stock of dress shirts, collars, cuff8,etc.,wa8 never more complete.
Get Ready for School
We are offering: this season one of the strongest lines of School Shoes
ever shown im Edgerield. In our iine will be found the celebaated Heart
and Arrow Shoe. The Two Dollar Heart and Arrow shoe bas positively DO
equal. Ladies $1 to $3, Childreus 2oc to $1.50, Men's $1.00 to $.350.
Carpets and Rugs. srVSSJS
ing from09cto $4.50 and worth twice the money. Carpets from 20c to 35c
We have bargains loo numerous to mention here. Just come and see.
A beautiful line of picture frames from 10 up.
Remember we can always save you money. Come, let us show yoa.
N, Y. RACKET STORR
3 W USi i HIV
For a Regular
$ 15.00 MELTON
Overcoat, Long and Medi
um Lengths. Dark Blue,
Brown and Black. "We have
one hundred and fifty of
this One Quality. To con
vince, we ask your inspection. If they
are not what we claim, money refunded.
1. C. Levy's Son & Co,
838 Broad Street, - - AUGUSTA, Ga.
t?e Advertisement of
T. A. OW DOM,
1st door East of Advertiser Building
PUT IT DOWN
In your bo)k that if you want to
buy Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing, Hats
and Gents Furnishing Goods, you can
find no better piace anywhere than at - -
C. ?3, MAY'S. Now this is not idle talk but hard facts,
land I eau prove every word I say by comparison.
Read and learn what I Ian do for you :
Prints, Percales, Outings, Canton, blanch'd, unbleached and
check homespuns iii goat variety, and at very low prices. Pants
Joans at I2$c, lije, 16jfc,20o,25c and35o per yard. Yen should see
see the 32.inch percales at S:;, ?ucl 36-iuch ac 10c. I nm showing u
beautiful fine of Wu ?st Goods fron; l?>c to 50c p?r yard that are well
worth nioremonpy. Every thing iu Serges, Ladies Cloth and al! thc
latest skirt goods can;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 35c!s to $1.50 per yard, iu a greater variety than 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 things in this line at very low prices. Blankets from 50c
to five dollars. Comforts from one dollar to two dollars and a half.
On the 11th day of October,1902,
the 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.
This being my first season in men's ready
to-wear clothing, I am showing au entirely
new fitock 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
aud the prices are right. If you want
to save money ca'l on me when in need of shoes.
I Hats for men aud boys at low prices,
iiuiiiiiiniiuuiiaiiiiiuiuuitiuiiimiiiiiS and in the very late8t Btyle8,
Appreciating to the fullest extent the trade given rae in the past, I
solicit a continuance of same and promise to give best values possible.
CHARLIE E. MAY.
TEETH EXTRACTED "WITHOUT PAIN ~
14 YEARS PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE*
WHOLESALE d alers, 363 King Street, Charleston S C
Shelf Hardware a specialty. Agents for Buckeye
mowers, Brinkley Plows, Oliver Chilled plows.
OFFICERSGeo. A. Wagener, Pres.; Geo. Y. Coleman Vice-Prei|
I,. G. Ball, Sec. and Treas. Correspondence Solicited.