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WEDNESDAY, DEC. 17, 1902.
li you are cot uaiug our teaR
and coffees try theo) ouce and you
?rill uso no other. For delightful
aroma and flavor they are unsur
passed. Call for our White Star
coffee. G. L. PENN & SON.
To Grow Big Crops of Grain or
Cotton use Armour's Auimal Fer
tilizers. For ?ale hy
A. E. & R. C. PADGETT.
The most careful tests are neces
sary to determine just what your
eyes need. Each eye needs sepa
rate scientific examinations. vf
you'l drop in I will examine your
eyes and if necessary will have a
tens made for each eye.
GEO. T. MIMS,
Paint your wagous, buggies and
carriages and oil your harness. We
can supply the best paint and oil
at reasonable prices.
RAMSEY & JONES.
Just receivod a fresh supply of
seeded raisins, currants, citron,
r.utg, spices, oranges, apples, etc.
W. E. LYNCH <fe Co.
Are you in need of glasses to
' strengthen youreyeu and to restore
jour impaired eyesight to a nor
mal condition.? If so try a pair of
the famous Hawkes glasses. Full
supply of all strengths and prices
alwavs on hand.
G L. PENN & SON.
BOARDERS.-Board fjr gen
tlemen can be secured at the Ab
ney place at very reasonable rates.
Apply to Mrs. A. F. PERKINS.
Our stock of baruess, saddles,
bridles, buggy robes aud whips is
complete. These goods are marked
at prices that WJ ll move them.
RAMSEY & JONES.
Try a bottle of our White Pine
and Tar for coughs, colds, giip.etc.
25c per bottle ; every bottle guar
anteed to benefit.
r W. E. LYNCH & Co.
We want every housewife in
Edgefield county to know that .our
counters, tables and shelves ara
" filled with all of the seascn's deli
cacies that tempt and sati-fy the
appetites of mortals.
G. L. PENN & SON.
Crayon Portraits enlarged from
small pictures of any kind. Satis
R. H. MIMS.
Our store for years has been the
acknowledged headquarters for all
of the nice thiugs in season. We .
bava just received fresh shipmeuls
of Raisin?, Currants, Dates and ,
'Figs. We have none but new crop. '
^Try.th.pm G. L. PENN & SON.
.Wa baVs -ju?t TrCt?\j?s^?r^ah.^
supply qi UeHgJitfu^'iable jellies '
?nd gel?tinesTj??so bear in mind
that we keep uone but the best
flavoring extracts. Try them once
you will always use them.
G. L. PENN <fc SON.
Call upon us wb??n in need of .
trunks, valises, satchels or dress
.?it cases. Wo carry a large as- ,
cortmeut of these goods with pri- "
RAMSEY & JONES. ?
Along with our large and varied '
assortment of china aod glassware
we carrr a beautiful line ot cherry i
tad oak china closets. Call and I
ask to see thurn. <
RAMSEY ? JONES.
A word to the hunters, wo have
a large? stock of guns, loaded shell?
(brtb black sud smokeless pow
der),legging* and everything that
a hunter needs. Drop in and let
Ul show you.
RAMSAY ? JONES.
Now is the time to make the
Christmas fruit cake. We have
just received fresh seeded raisins,
currants, figs, citron, spices, etc.
When^you get th^m from our store
you know that they are the bett to
be had. G. L. PENN & SON.
Our stock of wagons, buggies,
bod-room sets, tables, rocking
chairs, desks, brass and enameled
iron beds, mattings, rugs, etc., wan
never before more complete.
RAMSEY & JONES.
Fresh supply of Buckwheat, Oat
meal, Grape Nuts, Malta Vita.
Cream Wheat, etc., at
W. E. LYNCH & Co.
JtjBl received- another car load
of Kook Hill buggies which we are
telling cheaper than eyer before
and au v*ry easy terms to good
RAMSEY <fe JONES.
Our store is acknowledged head
quarters for toilet sof.pp, perfum
ery, and in fact all toilet 'ind fan
0V goods. Wheu you do net sei
wb,at you want ask for it, if we j
hayn't it we will ortjer it for you.
G. L. PENN & SON.
rV* have the only FirsUCiase
farber Shop in Edgefield. Skilled
and courteous barbers always on
baud (o serve you. Fresh towels
for every oustomer. Razors, BO?S
iqrs aud clippers in first-class con
dition, Oom? to us for your sbav.
hg, shampooing and hair cutting.
PARLOR BARBER SHOP,
Over Jones dc Sou's Store.
** Try our buckwheat,oatmeal,evap
orated Peaches and Apples, Wince
meat, Pruues,3yrup, Cream Cheese,
imported Macaroni, etc. We have
many other things that are tMo
numerous to mention. Send us
y ?ur orders. "
G. Jj. PENN & SO.N.
I LOCAL AND PERSONAL. f
Mr. B. J. Crookerfpeut Sunday
last at Ridge Spring with rela
tives and friends.
We are greatly iudebted to Rev.
Geo. W. Davis fora very interest
ing letter on the Conference. Read
Mr. Eb. Reynolds, who will oc
cupy the JonesJ house, in Bun
combe the coming year, will move
in this week.
Misses Lalla and Bessie Young
blood are spending several weeks
with their sister, Mrs. Dr. Manly
The studtuts of the S. C. C. I.
will have a Christmas vacation
from Friday of this week till the
5th of January.
At a called conference on Sun
day morning last Prof. W,P. Coker
was received into the Baptist
church by letter.
In compliance with the law
Auditor Haltiwanger publishes (in
this issue hil aunt al notice to tax
payers. Read it and make your
r . Urns accordingly.
Married, on Sunday afternoon
last, by Rev. P. P. Blalock, at
the home of the brilles sister, Mrs.
Bettie Griffin, Misa Jem.ie Davis
and Mr. James Brown.
While Mr. John Davis was off
duty for a few days attending the
marriage ot bis sister, Mrr. JohnL
Addison filled bis place AB baggage
master on the Gap road.
Rev. Geo. W. Davie filled his
tegular appointments on Sunday
last, preaching in our Methodist
church in the morning and at
Treutou in the afternoon.
We have been requested to an
nounce that the Woman's Miosion
society of the Baptist church will
meet at the church Friday after
noon at 3:30 o'clock.
In their new advertisement
Messrs Dom & Mims suggest many
things that will make suitable gifts
for fathers,mothers or sweethearts.
Read their card.
0. Sheppard, Esq., left Monday
afternoon for Charleston to attend
the annual meeting of the Board
of Vieitois of the South Carolina
Mr. Walter L. Addison, who
han been managing the store and
farm for Mr. B. L. Jone? for the
past three years will, at an early
date, accept a lucrative position
with the Johnston oil mill.
Read the holiday announcements
of Mr. C. E. May and call at his
store on your Christmas shopping
rounds. He can shaw you many
?ice things that will make very
appropriate Christmas gifts, His
prices are very reasonable.
On Sunday-mom rug1 iast~tfae'
members of the Baptist church in
cun?er?nce asseiublod called the
Rsv. P. P. Blalock to supply the
church as pastor foran indefinite
time. We trust that this union
will result in great good both to
pastor and people.
Miss Doily Dugas returned to
Ridgefield on Thursday last, afte
spending two mouths in Augusta,
she is the same pretty, vivacious
viuBorae girl that ino was before
;xperi ncing the long and trying
illness through which she has just
On Wednesday last the Supreme
Court ad rn it ted t wenty young men
to the practice of law iu the courts
of Sou'h Carolina. Among the
twenty were Messrs. B. B. Evans
aud W. Wallace Sheppard-now
B. B. Evans, Esq., and W. Wal
lace Sheppard, E6q.,-of our owu
town, who passed very creditable
Wi carry a full line of tooth
brushes, hair brushes, nail brush
is, dressing combs, fine combs, etc.
W. E. LYNCE & Co.
Dr. F. W. P. Butler has sold
his beautiful home on Columbia
street to Mr. W. B. Cogburn, who
will move thereto this week. Dr.
and Urs. Butler will board at the
home of Mrs. H. A. Smith until
spring after which time they will
occupy their home on the Griffin
hill. The house formerly occu
pied by Mr. W. B. Cogburn will
be occupied by its owners, Mr. and
Mrs. N. G. Evans, after it has been
repaired and reinodled.
FOILS A DEADLY ATTACK,*
<;My wife was BQ. ill that g-'?od
physicians were unable to help
her," writes M. M, Austi'n.of Win=
chester, Ind., '-bqt was completely
i;ured by Dr. King's New Life
Pills. They work wonders in
stomach and liv* r troubles. Cure
constipation, sick headache. 25c
at G. L. Penn & Son's drug store.
Young America, the nojsy youth,
so much in evidence with tu* fire
crackers about Christmas tide will
have a quiet time of it this year a6
the new State law prohibits the
sale of firecrakers over three iuchr
es in length or more than one-half
inch tn diameter. All violation
of thfs law will be fined $100.or 50
clayson the chain gang. Large
cannou crackers are dangerous and
it is well that selling them has been
THE PRIDE OF HEROES
Many soldiers in the last war
wrote to say that for scratches,
bruiaes, cuts, wounds, corns, sore
feet and stiff joints Bucklen's Ar
nica Salve is the best in the world.
Same for burns, scalds, boils, ul
cers, skin eruptions and piles. It
cures or up pay. Only 25c Guar
anteed by ipr. L. Penn cfc Son, drug.
THE OLD R?UABLB
THERE ?S NO SUBSTITUTE
Children, darn your stockings.
It's only one week till Christmas
Mr. George Waters, of the new
pape'-, the "Jobation Jiews," of
Johnston, was in Edgefield awhile
on Saturday last.
Mr. H. C. Watson has sold his
interest in the livery business to
Mr. James Thompson. The new
firm will be styled Grice ? Thom
pson. Mr. Watson will vow devote
his entire time to the rapidly grow
ing grocery lousiness of H. C. Wat
son & Co.
Ben Cochrel, M.r V?alos Calman,
Mr george Delayfatte, Rufus Gid
roth Mr William S. Gardiner,
Mr Sheppard Harris, Select Jin
nings, Miss Jos?phine Lake, Miss
Julia L. Wilton, Mr Milleys
Lad ?or, now-is the time to buy
beautiful .trimmed aud ready-to
wear hats also caps for the little
oDes. Miss Buford is of?eriug
these goods at greatly reduced pri
ces for the holidays. Read her
When you go to Augusta always
call upon that old reliable firm, I.
C. Levy's & Co. They are known
every where as the tailor-fit cloth
iers. Their name upon an article
of merchandise is a guarantee that
there is morit in it.
'J he Saluda oil mill evidently
ha-? on hard a great quantity of
cottou seed meal and hulls. The
managers of the mill in advertis
ing meal and bulls for sale in thp
daily papers offer to deliver it on
the carB at Johnston er Chappell's,
a distance of 12 or 15 milts.
Handsome and genial Alex.
Watson will take great pleasure in
showing you what the New York
Racket store haB in its several de
partment that will gladden the
hearts and homes of your friends
and loved ones. Call upon him. He
will greet you with a emile.
Just befon. cloping our forms on
Tuesday we werp informed of the
-death of Mr. O. L. Swearingen
of paralysis, -at the home of his
brother, Mr, W. R. Swearingen.
Eis remains were laid to rest Tues
day afternoon at Trenton in Ebe
Holiday shoppers should not de
lay making their purchases till the
eleventh hour. The rush will then
be on. Early shoppers not ouly
g?t first choice of the beautiful ar
ray and display of noliday goods
but they confer a favor upon the
merchants by lessening the usual
Soon the incoming trains will
bring youug ladies and young men
from Greenville, Spartanburg, Co
lumbia, Augusta aud'Atlanta to
*pend the Christmas in Edgefield.
Some are coming home from
school for the holidays, others are
corning to be with their frieuds
for the season.
AU sec: i iiis of the s'ate havebepn
vying with each other recently as
to which could show products of
the soil of the largosl size. Ander
son county "takes the cake" in the
turnip eui test. A farmer of that
couuty sent the News and Courier
a turnip a ft?w days ago that weigh
ed over 20 poundB without the top
If any one eau beat this let him
speak or forever hold his pf-ace.
A MILLION VOICES
Could hardly express the thauks
of Homer Hall, of West Point, Ia.
Listen why : A severe cold had
settled on his lungs, causiug a
most obstinate cough. Several phy
sicians said he had consumption,
but could not help him. Wbeu all
thought he was doomed he began
to use Dr. Ki?g's New Discovery
for consumption and wrltoa-,:it
completely cured me and saved my
life, I now weigh 227 lbs/' ItV
positively guarautoed for coughs,
polda and lung troubles. Price 50c
and $100, Trial bottles free at G.
L. Penn ? Son's diug storo.
Christmas Photographs Just
received-Colonial and Arlington
enrd mounts for Christmas photo
graphs. They are elegant. Caji to
see them. R. H. Mms.
Thousaud? of people haye been
cured of rheumatism- by taking
Rheumacide. Have you tried it ?
P-OBtively does not injure,but ben
efits the organs of digestion, at
?AYK.P AT GRAVE'S BRINK |
*'I know I would long ago have:
been in my grave," writes Mrs. S.
H. NewBom, of Decatur, Ala., "If
it had not been for Electric Bit
ters. For three years I suffered uu-|
told agony from the worst forms j
of indiges'ion, waterbrash, stom
ach and bowel dyspepsia. But this
excellent mediciue did me a world
Iof good. Since using it I eau. eat
heartily and haye gained 32 jhc.n
For indigestion, loss of appetite,
stomach, liver and kidney troubles
Electric" Bitters are a positive,
guaranteed cur?,. Only 5Qc at G.L.
Penn ? Sou's ?jrug^ store. '
Enough For Everybody.
Yes, they are there-Christmas
goods at Lynch's. There ia^o'rea
eun why Santa Claus should fail
to visit every home in which little
children are to be found. The
Lynch drug stole has every thing
one can think of in the line of
holiday goods at very low, surpris
ingly low, prioei.
A Saluda County Wedding.
On Sunday afternoon last at
Gazaway church, near Richardion
ville, Miss Tillie Davis, daughter
of Mr. John B. Davis, who, for a
number of years, was a resident of
Edgefield, was married to Mr.
. Crouch. MissSudie Davis and
Messrs. John and Floyd Davis at
tended the marriage of their si?ter.
Headquarters of Santa Glaus.
One is made to believe on en
tering Penn's store that it is Santa
Claus' headquarters for Edgefield
county. Old man Santa can find
something thero to meet the long
cherished desires of every little tot
for miles around. The puzzling
part ol it is deciding what to bay
where you are surrouuded by so
Thousands cf Beautiful Presents
This is no exag?ration. Thon?
sands of beautiful presents can be
seen on the counters, tables and in
the show-cases and wall-cases of
the two stores of Messrs. Ramsey
& Jones. Things ornamental and
things useful; things to adorn the
home and things to adorn the per
son ; things for the young and
things for the old can ali be found
there. Pay a visit to both of the
stores of Messrs Ramsey & Jones
On Wednesday evening la?t at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. E..C.
\Yinn,Miss Annie Sue Broadwater,
their adopted daughter, was hap
pily marr ried to Mr. Evan Coch
ran, the only son of Mr. and Mrs.
R. A. Cochran. Rev. J. Y. Little
john, ot Parksville, performed the
ceremony and Mr. James T. Bar
con j. laved the wedding march.
THE ADVERTISER joins the hosts
of friends of this happy young
couple in wishing them a long life
of uninterrupted bliss.
A picture, tho like of which ib
rarely ever seen, was published in
the Newberry Observer last week.
It preseuted the picture of Mrs.
Polly Long, her son, Mr.G.F.LoDg,
bis son,Mr. C. A. Long, hiBdaugh
ter, Mrs. Walter Smith, and her :
little son, John Owen Smith, all of
wh^m arelifing and represent five
generations. Mr. C. A. Long is
our esteemed fellow-citixen who,
with his daughter, Mrs. Walter
Smith, resides near Trentou. The
great-great-grandm jther is over 90
years of age and the great-great
graudsou is two months old.
Advance in Oil.
The Rockefellers sre making
those who burn kerosene oil have
a rocky time of it. Oil has within
the past few days made several
sharp advances. A year ago it cost
12 cents u gallon at wholeeale,now
it is 18 cents, which is an advance
of 50 per cent. The reason assign
ed for tho advance is the increas
ed demand for crude oil which has
beeu extensively used for fuel
since the supply of coal has been
short. The cellars and attics will
have to be searched for the old,
long-ago-discarded tallow candle
moulds. The people will have to
fight the oil trust with lightwood
knots and tallow candles. John D.
Rockefeller, the oil king, is evi
dently contemplating ondowing
other northern colleges and the
consumers of oil are forced to re
Remember The Poor.
lu planning to make our friends
and loved onas happy we should al
eo remember those who aro not so
greatly blessed with this world's
goods. For a number of years a
box of fruitp, confections and other
nice thiuge nave been provided for
the inm ites of the county home.
The members of all of the chu. cheB
and the citizens generally have al
ways contributed liberally aud
cheerfully. Dr. L. R. Gwaltney,
who never wearied in well doing,
conceived the plan and gave it each
Christmas his personal attention.
Who will now take the lead as did
Dr. Gwaltney? The inmates of the
county home are amply provided
with the every-day necessities but,
like other mortals, they enjoy ?the
nice things that abound at the
Christmas seasou. The county
does not supply these luxuries,
ootisequently the more fortunate
should, from their abundance,
share with the leas fortunate. Will
not tho ladies of the several church
08 organize themselves into a com
mitte3;to take charge of the matter?
They will meet with a hoaity re
spouse from tho ?people of our
Allow us space in your columns
to oorreot a misleading statement
oontaim-d in the recent Present
meut of the Grand Jury, relative
to the expenditures of the County
Commissioners for th s fiscal year.
The Graud Jury states that the
f'Xpenditures of this office were
$29,267.84; whereas, as a matter
of faot, the sum total of disburse
ments ot the Supervisor's office,
inclusivo of tho commutation tax
[ fund, together with all the claims
.approved aud warrants issued at
the December uneetiug of the board
?amount to ouly $17,574.33,or $11,
693 51 lees than reported by the
Lr .nd jury.
I Wa deem it our duty to correct
t\xiB erroneous atatemeut in regard
?to tl^oadmiuHtratiou of the affairs
of the Supervisor's offioev which
no doubt was wholly unintention
al on th? part of the grand jury,
J. M, BELL, JR.,
Jj. R, BLOCKER, Supervisor.
Clk. Qd. Co,. Commissioners.
1 IHE AUGUSTA I
I SAYINGS BANK. I
-805 Broad Street. ?
= W. B. YOUNG, .... President =
El. G. WEIGI.E, - ... Cashie E
S SAV 1NGS ACCOUTS SOLICITED S
pInterest Paid on Deposits =
We are headquarters f
your boya may need i
Hats and Fun
Our prices are always lowe
You may ask why. The rei
buy for cash in large qua
is why we are lower than a
replete with all the Newesi
ask you to look us over anc
prices and we don't fear tl
will be the next order of e:
we will save you money
Spot Cash Clothing .Store,
The Imme?se Stock of good?
Winter season is nearly all in.
deen made to clear out every \
thing in the Bee Hive is new, 1
the manufactory. Not only tl
stylish, desirable and low prie
to undersell the Bee Hive,
We are ready to show goods
with some extraordinary value
BEST & CHEAP
In Town. (We meandu Prie
We carry this season the rx
Dry Goods, Dress
Ali the latest things end novo!
which will match anybody's t
Our pride has always been t
Department. Our la
patronize us in the past will it
they see what our Millinery De
THE CORNER STORE wil
close au odd Jot of the world's fa
mous Olga Nethersole Shoos at
Cyclone Prices. It's th*5 first and
only cut ever made on Nethersole
shoes (so long as they last.) We|
invite you to attend the most in
teresting pale ever advertised by
us. See our big advertisement.
W. H. TURNER,
The Corner Siore.
Ae a token of esteem and appre-1
ciation for hie untiring zeal and
faithful service rendered in prc-]
motiug the welfare of the Order,the
Grand Lodge, at one of its sessions
in Charleston last week, presented
Past Grand Master Orlando Shep
pard with a handsome gold watch.
It was a richly merited and shall
we add,"timely," token.
' Feed pale girls on Scott's
We do not need to give all
the reasons why Scott's
Emulsion restores the strength
and flesh and color of good
health to those who suffer
from sick blood.
The fact that it is the best
preparation of Cod Liver Oil,
rich in nutrition, full of healthy
stimulation is a suggestion as
to why it does what it does.
Scott's Emulsion presents
Cod Liver Oil at its best,
fullest in strength, least in
Young women in their
" teens " are permanently cured
of the peculiar disease of the
blood which shows itself in
paleness, weakness and nervous
ness, by regular treatment
with Scott's Emulsion.
It is a true blood food and
is naturally adapted to the cure
of the blood sickness from
which so many young women
Wc will bc glad to tend
a sample to any sufferer.
? Y m
Be ?art that this picture In
the iona of a label ? on the
wrapper of every bottle of
Emulsion you buy.
SCOTT St BOWNE.
409 Pearl St., New York.
Thlo ilgaature ia on 07017 hoz of the (?ania*
the imnodj that core? . cola la OM ?*jr
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
Bread ttreet, Augusta, Ga.
W. H. Turner.
br everything you or ,
n the way of clothing
>r than our competitors,
ison is very apparent, We
entities, and eell for cash
,ny one else. Our stock is
t and Latest things, and
I examine our goods and
ie results, as wrapping up
cercise. Come to see us,
. 10 % discount on all
AUGUSTA, CA. |
3 purchased for the Fall and
A particularly great effort has
/estigeof old goods. Every
fresh, just from the loora and
a is, but every thing there is also
:ed. Noone must, can or ablo
and to surprise our patrons
?es not Quality.)
lost complete selection of
Goods, and Shoes, |g|
i ties. We bave a stook of shoes
md surpass many,
ind is now our Millinery
dy patrons who have ?een fit to
icrease their patronage when
partaient has in store for them.
910-912 BROAD ST-J
made to your
Good TeJlors for
fust right In
ly 600 pat
terns to se?
See the com
plete line at
the atore ol
W. H. TURNER
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINES
Are the best on the market.
When placed in competition
with other makes of ma
chines they are always win
ners. The New Domestic was
awarded the gold medal, at
the Pan American Exposition.
I have all grades of machines
from the cheapest to the high
est priced. Let me sell you.
J. E. ROGERS,
To Cure a C Vd in One Day
take Laxativ? Bromo Quinine Tablet*
all druggist"* refund the mon?-y if ii
fails to cure. E.W. Grove's signature
is on each box.
SPECTACLES-all kinds and
prices - GEO. F. MIMS, Optician.
We are headquarters for painte,
oils, putty, glass, etc., and prices
are right. W. E. LYNCH & Co.
THE CORNER STORE'S great
sale of beautiful Holiday Neck
wear aud fancy Handkerchiefs i?
in progress. We are now offer
ing our patrons tho greatest pur
chase of neckwear sud handker
chiefs ever showu over cur coun
ters, lu view of the popularity
of these goods and the Approach
ing holidays nothing could be
more alluring than this display of
neckwear, including beautiful
hiffou and Liberty silk Puffs,
See oi.r big advertisement.
W. H. TURNER,
The Corner Store. !
I THE FARMERS BANK ?
OF EDGEFIELD, S. C.
STATE AN? GOIINTY DEPOSITOBY.
| THE LARGEST AND STRONGEST BANK IN EDGEPIELD COUNTY |
I Paid uv Capital.:-$ 58,000.00 |
s Surplus and. Undivid.ed.rofi. 15,000.00 S
1 Liability of Stockholders. 58,000.0.0 |
I Protection to Depositors.$131,000.00 ?
E We invite attention of those desiring a safe depository for their money to the abOY? =
E fae i. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS BY SPECIAL CONTRACT. ?
E Under provision of its charter this bank is authorized to act as trustee, guardia* E
E administrator and executor, and to accept and execute trusts generally. I =
I A. E. PADGETT, President T. I'.RAINSFORD, Vice-Pras. S
E J. L. CAUGIIMAN, Cibhier. W. H. HAULING, Asjt.-Caikier ?
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
t all prices. These are first class gar
ments at very low prices.
Absolute price honesty co an intelligent buying public, like oars,
neans absolute price economy.
NEW FALL GOODS.
)ur first installment of New Fall Goods is now displayed and ooniitta
>f Ladies' Cloths and Broad Cloths, All-wool Serges, American Cash
neres, Henriettas, Zibilines, Coronation Cloths. Etamines, Etc.
Silks and Fancy Waistings, Ladies'Suiting and Skvt Goods-?Il
ityleB Bleached and Unbleached Goods. Homespuns at 5c and up.
Ribbons, Laces and Dress Trimmings.
Our stock of Corsets is complete. Ask to see the "Ameriean
3eauty" 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 atock
3cnsists of all the latest goods, French and English Clay Worsted, at
bottom prices. Also full line of Hp.ts and Caps in the latest styl?e.
An elegant line of Childrens, Misoes
t?Tff"\QT C11-? "V aQd Ladies Hosiery at very low pri?es.
OL^OXJEJXV i . Gent's fancy hosiery from 5c up.
Skirts and Underwear.
See our Ladies readj-to-wear Skirts-something extra good for tht
wee. Ask to see our steck of Childrens, LadieS' and Men's under?
*ests and union suits. They were bough voiy low and will be sold
iccordingly. We have the latest and nowest in ]>ieOTcrw-ear?
Our stock of dress shirts, collars, cuffs,etc,was never n
Get Ready for Sehe
We are offering this season one of the strongest lines o
iver shown im Edgefield. In our line will be found the ce ?
ind Arrow Shoe. The Two Dollar Heart and Arrow shoe ha
jqual. Ladies $1 to $3. Childrens 25c to $1.50, Men's $1
Carpets and Rugs. *B\
nf^from 99cto $4.50.and worth.twice the money. Carpets fri
We have bargains too numerous to mention here. Just con
A beautiful liue of picture frames from 10 up.
Remember we can always save you money. Come, let UJ
N. Y. RACKET SH.
J. W. PEAK, Managerf
Here Yom Are
I am now ready with everything
Read this list below and see if you
?o not need something mentioned :
- Napkins, gloves,
' hosiery, Clothing |
1 Capes, Cloaks,
" and everythinig
in the Dry Goods
?Line. $1.00 Kid
I Gloves Reduced |
to 75 cts.
g^Your trade will be appreciated
CHARLIE E. MAY.
I HOLIDAY Bargains I
THE ONE CENT STORE, |
628 Broad St., AUGUSTA, GA.
A large shipment
of stylish waists and
skits just received
from the make s ;
3oc to $2.28, ?kirte
from $1.2S, to 3.25.
of childrens hoods
and Hocks from 25c
np. Large steck ol
We carry a full S
Hue of Shoes that =
we buy direct =
from the factory. =
We sell all of |
leading makes of 5}
corsets at very E
low prices. Our E
RUG department |
is com?lete from s
35c to $1.30.
Lace curtains, E
3 yds in length, 1
for 75 cte. Can |
save you money ?
on dry goods.
bought very close and will be sold close. =
Come to see us for bargains. MR DENSLEY B DORN is with 3
us and extends a cordial invitation to his Edgefield friends to calls"