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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 5, 1902.
Paint your wagons, buggies and
carriagei and oil your harness. We
ctn supply the best paint and oil
at reasonable prices.
RAMSEY & JONES.
Are you in need of glasses to
strengthen your eyes and to restore
your impaired eyesight to a nor
mal condition.? If so try a pair of
the famous Hawkes glasses. Full
supply of all strengths and prices
always on hand.
G L. PENN & SON.
BOARDERS.-Board far gen
tlemen can be secured at the Ab
ney place at very reasonable rates.
Apply to Mrs. A. F. PERKINS.
Oar Btock of harness, saddles,
bridles, buggy robes and whips is
complete. These goods are marked
at prices that will move them.
RAMSEY & JONES.
Crayon Portraits enlarged from
small pictures of any kind. Satis
R. H. MIMS.
If you are looking for a good
cheap cow and hog feed try rice
flonr. A car load just received,
going at $1.00 per hundred.
We have just received a fresh
supply of delightful table jellies
and gelatines. Also bear in mind
that we keep none but the best
flavoring extracts. Try them once
you will always use them.
G. L. PENN & SON.
Call upon us when iu need of
trunks, valises, satchels or dress
.uit esses. Wo carry a large as
sortment of these goods with pri
RAMSEY ? JONES.
Along with our large and varied
assortment of china and glassware
wa carry a beautiful line of cherry
sad oak china closets. Call and
ask to see thom.
RAMSEY & JONES.
Two gentleman can find good
boarding places at low rates by
applying at the Abney place, in
Buncombe. Mrs. A. F. PERKINS.
Sfs are headquarters for paints,
oilsf.nutty, glass, etc., and prices
srs rtfcht. W. E. LYNCH & Co.
" A word to the hunters, we have
a large stock of guns, loaded shells
(bMh black and smokeless pow
der),leggiugs and everything that 1
a hunter needs. Drop in and let ;
us show you.
I RAMSAY & JONES.
We carry a full line of tooth
brashes, hair brushes, nail brush
es, dressing com bs, flue combs, etc.
W. E. LYNCH & Co.
Trv Lynch's One Night Liver
Regulator. Every box guaranteed.
-W.JC. l.YKc* Ar Co. j
Our stock of wagons, buggies,
bed-room sets, tables, rocking
chairs, desks, brass and enameled 1
iron beds, mattings, rugs, etc., was
na ver before more complete.
RAMSEY & JONES.
Just received another car load
of Rock Hill buggies which we are
selling cheaper than ever before '
and on vry easy terms to good
RAMSEY & JONES.
Ws hare the only First-class
Barber Shop in Edgefield. Skilled
sud courteous barbers always on
hand 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,
Over Jones & Son's Store.
There is nothing more attractive
to the human eye than a beautiful
framed picture. This you can have
done in the latest style, also old
frames made new by the latest me
thods at my furniture store 1136
Broad street, Augusta, Ga.
W. H. Turner.
Old newspapers for sale at this
office for 20 cents per hundred.
TIM yweat, para bi ?Ut of tfce babe I? .pg.
c*?tl va of Innocence ?nd health. Soma < hi! ?
dren ar? as ilght and delicate M th? molest
Sowar, aona ara Unmf and bricht, som? ara
frail and sickly.
A mothar1! yaartriaw for children I? ?B,j?p
?rabie from a lot af tb? beautiful, an} lt
behaves ??err wotaaa to bring the sw ?et
ea? influen?a U bear os the ?abject of ber
To mate aa* y abet Hil od whan 1?? U
? ??III -r
l*-p*tw,5erly a ?ed. ft ? a ll al meat. eeally
axbnltMeCaraa'aad fer ?st?re?! uea only.
No rink, ao experiment, merely a pata
raiievrf ac? harm lee?.
Fnwjuut vorafe ara earaeefly entreated
ta Irr Vmrasftadf, it beta*- undeniably a
Maud to har darlo* baturra tam of ?aa*
pease, taara ?L=d a nt ieloat ion.
Mother's Vrlenei, If ??ad dill ??a Hy
throe? neu t gestation, wttl soften tba breast?,
thereby p/sr an tine cracked and ?ora ?Ippia?.
laaatet and ten doa? sir sining
1 trill softem, relax, become
sad eratic from Tu cootia
ragtofl erSl re
mlnls?ersd externally all darin?; pragnaacy.
All Milawa dm-riet? Sell thia remedy for
Art*, ly TsJaab:? treatise on motherhood
?rill b? ??Rt ttwm, it yon ??"*e ui.
THE *U*nOD RtGUUTOR CO.,
A Hanta,, if *.
I LOCAL AND PERSONAL. 1
Senator R .Ii Tillman was on
our streets Monday shaking bando
with the salesday crowd.
Mrs. E. H. Youngblood, of Win
terseat, is spending some time with
her daughter, Mrs. Dr. Munly Tim
Mrs. G. D. Tillman, of Clark's
Hill, has been spending several
days with her sou, Col. J. H. Till
For sale: I have one grain drill
left thatljam offering at a very rea
sonable price. E. J. NORRIS.
We are glad to state that Mrs. P.
P. Blalock, who was very ill for
several days last week, is now rap
Two very beautiful young ladies
of Augusta, Misses May Park and
Janie Turner, are visiting at the
home of Mr. D. T. Grice.
Married, on Sunday afternoon
last, at the residence of the offici
ating minister, by Rev.P. P. Bla
lock, Mr. Lem. Hailing and Miss
Jessie Griffie. .
On account of an attack of acute
indigestion Rev. G. W. Davis
could uot fill his regvlar appoint
ment at McKeudree Sunday after
noon last. He has almost eutirely
recovered, however, now.
Since his return to the Atlanta
Dentale collage Mr. A. H. Corley
has bren elected president of his
class This indicates how highly
he is esteemed by hi? fellow stu
The ADVERTISER reaches the peo
pie. Just one insertion in our col
urana of au advertisement of mules
wanted, brought fully one hundred
mules to Messrs.Pilcher & White at
the stable of Meusrs. B. L. Jones &
So~ on Monday. There were hun
dreds of others who read it but had
no mules for sale. Advertisements
placed m our columns always pay
"If every one knew what a grand
medicine Dr. King's New Life
Pills is," writes D. H. Turner,
Dempseytowu, Pa., "you'd sell all
you have in a day. Two weeks' use
has made a new man of rae." In
fallible for constipation, stomach
an I liver troubb?. 25c at G. L.
Penn & Son's drug store.
These cold mornings are pleas
ant to the corpulent but they chill
long, lean and lank people to the
LUCK IN THIRTEEN
By sending 13 miles Wm. Spirey,
Df Walton Furnace, Vt., got a Box
of Bucklen's Arnica, Salve, that
wholly cured a horrible fever sore
on his leg. Nothing else could. Po
sitively cures bruises, felons,
uicersj-ur upi long,- boils, bunis,
corns and piles. Only 25c Guar
anteed by G. L. Perin & Son, drug
Tho ADVERTISER job office is
getting outcome very nice work
these days. Are you not needing a
new Bupply of stationery? Give us
Colgate's toilet soaps aud per
fumery are par excellence the
finest on the market. If you want
a pure article, unadulterated by
cheap and inferior ingredients,ask
for Colgate's. Known the world
over as the beet. We eau supply
you. G. L. PENN & SON.
EYE GLASSES accurately fitt
ed and guaranteed, for all defects j
of eyes. GEO.F. MIMS, Optician.
Our store for years has been the j
acknowledged headquarters for all . i
of the nice things in season. We f
have just received fresh shipments!./
of Raisins, Currants, Dates and
Figs. We have none but new crop.
Try them. G. L. PENN & SON.
Mrs. Carrie Nation, the famous
barroom smasher, visited Colum
bia during the fair, making several
speeches She next visited Charles
ton to pay ber respects to the blind
tigers, registing at the hotel as the t
Rheumacide is a positive cure
for rheumatism in every form.
Does not injure the digestive
organs. The besi laxative and blood
purifier. Ask your druggist for it.
On October 1st 1902, the insur
ance firm of Gaffney <fc Mims ter
minated. I will continue the busi
ness of the firm, representing the
New York Life insurance company
and several of the leading fire in
surance companies and respect
fully solict a share of your bui -
noss. I eau be found in office No.
2, over the Bank of Edgefield.
JAMES T. MIMS.
The great quantity of cotton
that has been and is being mar
keted in our town does not indi
cate that the yield ia greater in
*his section thau during former
vears but that Edgefield has had a
good market which has attracted
cotton from greater distances.
SETHI MG J*
Costs fair 25 cents
I Or tuU SI coats toC.?
1*., JatT SS. 1 878,-DR. C. J. MorrsTT-Ky
ayezporioncewlto joar ?reellen? medicine, TB ETE IN A.
trouble teething. Ever/ remedy wu exhsatted ia the ihep
contlna.fi te pix! off par? Hood end earning forer conMam
Her mother d ermined la try TEETH IN A. aa d la ? day o
NM bowel* wm renier, tudtaeake to TSSTHT* A, tte Ul
Youn, a*,, D, w. Mc
Makes the food more d<
An Edgefield boy, Hugh Nicho
lson, son of Mr. A. R. Nicholson,
is a member of tho foot bali team
)f th* South Carolina college and
t lar<:e share of the hoi or of the
?igual victory won in the contett
vitb Clemson last week ia due to
The appearance of our public
iquare will be greatly improved
vhen the iron fences around the
veli and monument now being
srected have been completed. Mr.
Tames Paul is superintending the
vork which means that it will be
lone iu a first, class manner.
The only young lady who atten
led ?be state ball from Edgefielb
ras Miss Holen Sheppard, wbo6e
ostume consisted of a French ciea
ion of crepe de cbine over pink
ilk. Shirred bodice and skirt,yoke
pith trimmings of wide satin rib
Miss Mary Buford has moved her
tock of Millinery into the rear
nd of the dry goods store of Mr.
J.E.May. It is often the case that
me store contains both dry goods
,ud Mii'inery, one line being the
ompleajent of the other. Call to
ee the late hats and trirr.mingd
hat Miss Buford has just received.
1er prices are very reasonable.
The entire ADVERTISER force is
;reatly indebted to Mr. Jaraga T.
)uzts, of Elmwood, foi a quantity
crocus bag full) of very fine and
[elightfullv flavored turnips. Mr.
)uz!s has been a lifelong friend of
he ADVERTISER and fortunate in
leed are those having s" 'i friends
On Tuesday night of last week
bout 8 o' clock the barn and sta
les of Mr. W. B. Penn were
urned ; ??'?out the same iime 'ho
arn of lure Lizzie Ofcirlto caught
ut was easily put out. As Mr.
'ann's barn was falling in that of
Irs. Kate Lynch was found to be
n fire. The barn, stables and con
3ntr, including a very fine horse
'hich was bodly burned that it had
j be shot, were destroyed Mrs.
.vnch's residence seemed at one
?rae to be doomed but the chemical
ngine, with Joe Eve Mirna in com
iand, saved it.
On Sunday night last a tenant
ouse belonging io Mr. J. M. Cobb
.as burned. The eugiue also did
ood work at this fire.
Mrs. Bessie Jones, after epend
ng a week in Edgefield with her
rienda and relatives, returned to
atlanta this week.
Read the new advertisements of
rliss Marv Buford aud Mr. James
S. Hart. " Mr. Hart tells of all
:indB of shoes and dress goods,
tfiss Buford tells about her fall
nillinery stock being moved into
/. E. May's store.
It is said that a rooman's idea of
he greatest wrong her husbtnd can
lo her is for him to hear some
icandal about a neighbor and for
get to tell her.
A STARLING SURPRISE.
Very few could believe io look
ug at A. T. Hoadly, a healthy, ro
bust bJacksmitu of Tilden,Iud.that
for ten yare he suffered euc' i'?r
;ure? i'iom rbeumr.!;sm ad few
lould endure and live. But a won
Electric Bitters. "Two bodies
wholly cured me," he writes, "and
I have not felt a twiuge in over a
year. They regulate the kidneys,
purify the blood and cue rheuma
tism, neuralgia, nervousness, im
prove digesto:) and gives perfect
health. Try them, ouly 50cts. at
G. L. PENN & SONS, drug store.
When one has a disagreeable
duty to perfor n it is the part of
wisdom to perform it at the earli
9F!,?Ossibl*? moment so as to relieve
th? mind of the unpleasant con
t'ni pl at ion. This being true pay
your lax at once. Treasurer Will
iams has a little spare time these
days and is auxious to reduce the
number of receipts ho will have to
the Bowel Troubles of
Children of Any Ag?.
Aids Digestion, Regulad
the Bowels, Strengthen!
the Child and Makes
tm MOFFETT, M. D" ST. LOUIS, MO.
Door Sir : Ju ?tico to yoi do rr, an ? f that I should girt jon
. Oar littlo e rl. Jail thirteen monthi old, hoi had much
?o of proscriptions from family pbriiciani. Har bowell
id for dari ?t a tima. Har Ufa wai almo.t despaired of.
r two thora wai a great chanza- new lill had r oturnod
.'Jo babe li BOW doing well.
IVER, Editor ?ad Propriet?r Taskajoe (AU.) Hews.
BI?CIOUS and wholesome
ggtj co., jgg TO?*._
Dangerous and Ut 'awful.
The promiscuous firing ofl
guns and pistols at night for[
the purpose of giving alarm
has become a nuisance. It I
greatly endangers life and, as
every one knows, is a viola
tion of the town's ordinances.
The mayor requests us to an
nounce that the law will in
future be rigidly enforced.
Let's have no more discharg
ing of firearms.
A Second Paper at Johnston.
We have been reliably informed
that Messrs. William Touey and
Ira Carson of Johnston, will at au
early date embark in the news-1
paper business. '1 he first issue of
tho new weekly will appear about
Dec. 1st. Mr. Carson will do the |
editoral work and Mr. Toney will
be business manager. These are,
young men of energy and ability
and we bespeak for them abundam
success in their new enterprise.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, |
Whereas information has been re
ceived at this department that on the
28th day of October, A D, 1902, the
barn of W B Penn, in the town of
Edgefleld, was burned, and there be
ing reason to believe that the burning
was an act of incendiarism,
Now therefore, T, M B Mcsweeney,
povernorof the state of South Caro
lina, in order that justice may be done,
and She majesty of the law vindicated,
do hereby offer a reward of ONE
HUNDRED COLLARS for the ap
prehension and conviction of the per
son or persons who committed said
act of incend'arism.
In testimony whereof, I have here
unto set my hand and caused the gre
- seal of the state to be r
SEAL. fixed, at Columbia, tl
- fourth day of Novembi
A. D., 1902, and in the 127th year c
the Independence of the United htate
M. B. McS^ EENET.
By tlie Governor :
M. R. COOPEE,
Secretary of State.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,!
received at this Department that
on the 28th day of October A. D.,
1902, the ?arnof Mrs. Lynch in the
County of Edgefiold was burned,
and there being reason to believe
that the burning was an act of in
Now, THEREFORE, I, M. B. Mc
sweeney Governor of the State of
South Carolina, in order that jus
tice may bo done and the majesty
of the law vindicated, do hereby of
fer a reward of ONE HUNDRED
DOLLARS for the apprehension
and conviction of the person or per
sons who committed said act of
In Testimony Whereof, I have
hereunto set my hand and
caused the Great Seal of the
State to be affixed, at Colum
bia, this fourth day of No
vember A. D., 1902, and in
the 127th year of the Inde
pendence of the United States
By the Governor:
M. R. COOPER, Sec'ry of State.
Stops the Cough
and works off the Cold.
Laxative Bremo-Quinine Tablets cure
* cold in one day. No cure, No pay
Price 25 cents.
(Written for last Usue.)
Mr. Editor: The Grim Reaper
nas again invaded our ranks and
taken, first, the precious little
babe of Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Bailey
-this is the f mrth death in his
family this yea--next, Mr. Louis
Holmes, aged eighty-two yearB.
Mr. Holmes was an honest mau,
true to his friends and of very
decided opinions of his own. ?. -
ter Mr. D.C.Bussey,Sr , was tal: a.
He had passed the three-score r ?4
ten mark, being the oldest merx
of Red Hill church. He had
an unassuming life, honest as mr
could oe, always s ?aking the
Jr?ain truth, but never offensive.
The1tetira-X?UR scribe saw him
he was paralyzeo^^itol^e
said that he was ready any t??^
or moment the good Lord Baw fit
lo iake him. "Let me die the
death of the righteous and may
my laRt end be like his."
The Red Hill school opened on
the 15th instant, with Miss Estell
Thomas as teacher, and 24 pupils.
When all the children of the dis
trict go there will be over u hun
dred-and not a good year for chil
Mr. J. H. Bussey has giuned a
bale of cotton from one acre and
will get another. How is that for
Oat sowing has commencedj but
not HS gei eral as we would like to
Messrs. Bodie & Co. will move
their saw mill to Mr. J. W. R.
DeLaughter's in a lew days.
We hope to report a fair yield
of pons.-md potatoes soon. SOL.
Cold Spring, Oct. 24, 1902.
To Cure a Cold fa Ouc Day
take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
nil (IniKi?i??tf refend the mon?*y if it
fails to cure. E.W. Grove's signature
is on each box.
Edgefield "people who go to Co
..mbia on business or pleasure can
/Ind no better place to stop than at
!,.e Huiett House, opposite the
?oat office, whose proprietress is
Miss Marie Abney. The rooms are
newly furnished and very com
fortable, while the table is sup
plied with delightful food in great
abundance and variety.
The undersigned will make a final
settlement on the estate [of Winfield
Scott, deceased, in the office of the
J udge of Probate, at Edgefield,' S C.,on
the 6th day of December, 1902, and at
the sime lime will make applicrti ?
fora Huai discha?ge as administrai
of said estate.
G. W. SCOTT.
E. L. SCOTT.
The support given lis by the people of Edgefield
during the past, and W6 are in a position to do
far better for you this seasou than ever. Our
stock is larger, belter and the marked prices are
as lo .v as can possibly be on the same claNss of
merchaudise, but, as we buy for cash and sell for
cash, ein afford to allow you a discount of 10 %
on maiket prices.
$5. to $25
Men's Overcoats 5. to 35
$4.50 to $18.50
1.50 to 7.5O
Youths' Suits .'rom
Boys' Suits from
j. B. WHITE ee'S
Spot Cash Clothing Store, AUGUSTA, GA,
The Immense Stock of goods purchased for the Fall and
Winter sealion is nearly all in. A particularly great effort hrs
deen made to clear out every vestige of old goods. E\3r\
thing in the Bee Hive is new, fresh, just from tho loom aod
the manufactory. Not only this, but eveiy thing there is also
stylish, desirable and low priced. Noone must,can or ablo
to undersell the Bee Hive,
We are ready to show goods and to eurprise our patrons
with some extraordinary values.
BEST & CHEAPEST CLOTHING
In Town. (We meakin V. .ces not Quali'v.)
We carry this season the most complete selection of
Dry Goods, Dress Goods, and Shoes,
Ali the latest things and novolties. We have a stook of shoes
which will match anybody's and surpass mauy.
Our pride bas always been and is now our Millinery
Depariment. Our lady patrc.iB who have seen fit to
patronize us in the past will increaae their patronage when
they see what our Millinery Department has in store for them.
910-912 BF0AD ST- I
A. COHEN I
Nethl?vg can take the place oX ymxr
iouaty paper. For county MW ant
[or county prto? lt should go lats ?rary
3caa?. But for news from tba osfstsl
3f your BUto .ind every ci ??ty Ia
South Carolina, served fr?flfa every
Jay; for dajly neus from Washinsrenn,
the United States and every coter
3uart ;r of the globe, nothing eau take
the place In South Carolina hosnee of
rhe Daily State.
These are momentous times in his
tory. We are in the midst of vara,
strikes and political struggles of grao*
Importance. The next session of mm
legislature, with the inauguraUon ot
K new governor, will have peculiar In
terest. Man or woman, to keep ua
with the times, must-read the dajfcf
history of the world"and that la re
corded in entertaining style in Ta?
State. The State will be sent daily far
18 a year, $4 for 6 months, ff Hr I
months, or just a fraction over th? oast
of a postage stamp for one letter a
day! Cheap education and Informa
tlon for a family for 2 1-5 cents a day.
But if you can't afford that, there ls
The Bend-Weekly State, issued Tues
days and Fridays, each issue eoofaki
Ing the most Important news fresa all
South Carolina and the world at fctfye
o: that day and the preced?a* an?B
?ince the last issue. And thia mas- We
?btalned for $2 a year, >1 for ? moates,
>r Just a fraction over a half cant a
No family In South Carolina ia sao
poor to tn He this paper. N? mon?*' aw
JO .-po-.f to better advantage ky a aaec
\trrl!y. It is a necessity. Subset fit
Send postal or express money ortet
eg??t*red letter or cheek to A
BS THE STATS COMPAJIf ~
w Cotamtte, C C.
The ADVIBT_SEB job office ii
LOW Letter equipped than ever ror
doios all kinds of printing. With
new press rollers,new inks, an % I?
diiional supply of type and ala.ge
shipment of job material just re
e 'ived we are in a position to give
latter satisfaction than ever he
re. Send in your ordors for bill
oads, letter h'-ads, note heads,
e ivelopes, posters, circulars and
p inting of auy nature whatsoever
and we will do it with neatness and
dispatch at reasonable prices. Let
the money you pay for your print
ing be kept and spent at home by
having the work done right here
in Edgefield. Whynot?
I. C. L<
838 Broad Street,
You are ordered to meet at your]
drill ground on Saturday, the 1st.
day of November, armed with car
bines. The troop will be inspected
on the Sth. N. G. Evans, Captain,
Jno. Sullivan, Sargt.
A paragrapher says the trees in
the woods are beginning to loo!: as j
if they had their clothing done up
by a poor washerwoman.
J THE FA ^MERS BANK |
I OF EDGEFIELD, S- C. ?
I STATE AND G0?XTY MPOSITOBY. I
? THE LARGEST AND STRONGEST BANK IN EDGEFIELD COUNTY S
1 Paid uv Capital.$ 58,000.00 =
= Surplus and. ?Jidividedrofi. lo,OOO.00 |
I Liability of Stockholders. 58,000.00 |
1 Protection to Depositors.$131,000.00 =
s We invite attention of those desiring a safe depository for their money to the above ~
= facs. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS BY SPECIAL CONTRACT. II S
- Under provision of its charter this bank is authorized to act as trustee, guardian ?
2 administrator and executor, and to accept and execute trusts generally. |
5 A. E. PADGETT, President V. I?. R VINSFORD. Vice-Prei. 5
I J. L. CAUGHMAN, Cashier. W. H. HAULING, ?s8t.-Ca?kler 5
THE RACKET STORE
Calls especial attention of the Edgefield shoppers to our
complete stock of Ladies Jackets from 1.50 to 8.50,
and Capes from .50c to 4.09. Also call to see
our stock of Misses and Childrens Reefers
at all prices. These are first class gar
ments at very low prices.
Absolute price honesty co an intelligent buying public, like oars,
means absolute price economy.
NEW FALL GOODS.
Our first installment of New Fall Goods is now displayed and oonsiits
af Ladies'Cloths and Broad Cloths, All-wool Serges, American Cash
meres, Henriettas, Zibilines, Corouation Cloths, Etamines, Etc.
Silks and Fancy Waistings, Ladies' Suiting and Skirt Goode-all
3tyles 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 UF. C." Corsets.
Men's and Bovs /^/T^XT-XI^T^S
Ready-to-Wear %^A^K_? JL JLjLXl-VV^T
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 aud English Clay Wested, at
bottom prices. Also full line of Hats and Caps in the latest styles.
An elegant line of Childrens, Mis?es
?pT/^QIT Ll L)T7* arjd Ladies Hosiery at very low prices.
SmJmKm/OXJJJXV JL . Gent's fancy hosiery from 5c up.
Skirts and Underwear.
See our Ladies readj-t>wear Skirts-something extra good for the
price. A; to see our stock.of Childrens, Ladies' and Men's Cunder
vesis and union suits. They were bough voiy low and will be sold
accordingly. W have the latest and newest in ^.eClcvtreajr.
Our stock of dr s shirts, collars, cuffs,eLc.,wa8 never more complete.
G-et Ready for School
We are offering this season ooe of the strongest lines of School Shoes
?ver shown ira Edgefield. In our line will be found the celebaated Heart
ind Arrow Shoe. The Two Dollar Heart and Arrow shoe has positively no
equal. Ladies $1 to $3, Childrens 25c to $1.50, Men's $1.00 to $.350.
Carpets and Rngs. B^?? ?
A. GJ rea. Ru fr s rang
ing from 99o to $4.50 And worth^twice the money. Carpets from 20c to 3Bc
We have bargains too numerous to mention here. Just cdme and see.
A beautiful Hue of picture frames from 10 up.
Remember we can always save you moaey. Come, let us show yod.
N. Y. RACKET STORE
J. W. PEAK, Manager
Has been enlarged-We carry a Large stock of
BOYS AND CHILDRENS SUITS.
We carry the LATS ST, THE BEST for the LEAST MONS"
We are always ready and willing to send salples of any?
ling we have.
Open Orders Will be Filled
Subject to Your Approval.
We SAY and DO these things because we are fully]
mvinced that we have by long odds
The Most Desirable andi
Complete Stock of Juvenile!
Clothing ever made " showrj
ivy's Son & Co,
ni IT IT nnillM In y?ur book thafc if y?u want to
Pl Wy y buv Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing, Hate
I Ul ll UUilll and Gents Furnishing Goods, you can
find no better place anywhere than at - -
C. ??. ^LVT AY'S. Now this is not idle talk but hard facti,
and I eau prove ?"ery word I say by comparison.
Read and leoaiwhatl Ian do for you :
Prints, Percale ', Outings, Canton, bleacbxd, unbleached and
check liomeBpunns Y. great variety, and at very low prices. Pants
Jeans at I2|c, 15c, 163c, 20c, 25c aud 35c per yard. You should see
see the 32.inch percales at Sc, and 36-: ch at 10c. I am showing a
beautiful line of Waist Goods from 10o io 50c per yard that are well
worth more money. Every thing in Serges, Ladies Cloth aud all the
latest skirt goods can'.be found here. Storm serge at 50c worth 65cts.
54-inch Ladies Cloth at $1.10, others ask $1.25. Silks for waiste
and skirts, from 35cls to $1.50 per yard, in a greater variety than will
ba found elsewhere. You cannot afford to miss seeing these.
Ladies, Missesaud Children's cloaks and capes to suit everybody.
Underwear, hosiery, handkerchiefs, gloves, suspenders, shirts aud
[many o;her things in this line at very low prices. Blankets from 50
io five dollars. Comforts from one dollar to two dollars anda half.
f^l OT Vi 1 Tl ?* This being my first season in ruin's ready
UJXLLLg > to-wear clothing, I am showing an entirely
ii3_"W_Soclc uew atock aud at remarkably low prices.
"Every man in need of a suit will do well to get my prices before
(buying" I also have a lino of Childreus suits, from $2.00 up.
TT S~\ T71 My stock ot shoes is very complete
jk^ _L JL Vv S-L4 m and the prices are right. If you want
- to save money call on me when in need of shoes.
ITT A rn| Hats for men and bovs at low prices,
Hui-I_-A"JL_ J- . = aurj jn the verv latest styles.
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Appreciating to the fullest extentthe trade given me in the fpaat, I
kolicit> continuance of same and promise to give best values possible.
CHARLIF E. MAY