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WEDNESDAY,FEB. ll, 1903.
Fresh oyster crackers, suow
flakes, wafers, milk biscuits and
fancy cakes assorted always on
hand. THE PENN DRUG STORE.
SPECTACLES-all kiuds and
prices - GEO. F. MIMS, Optician.
FOR SALE: We have just re
ceived a full supply of legal blanks
inch as deeds, mortgages real es
tate, chattel mortgages and rent
contracts. When in need of them
call at the ADVERTISER tffice.
Fresh supply of Landreth's gar
den seed just received.
W. E. LYNCH & Co.
Try a bo. tie of our White Pine
and Tar for coughs, colds, gtip.etc.
2?c per bottle ; every bottle guar
* an teed to benefit.
W. E. LYNCH ? Co.
If you are not usiug our teas
and coffees try them once and you
trill.use no other. For delightful
aroma and flavor they are unsur
passed. Call for our White Star
coffee. THE PENN DRUG ST*, RE.
To Grow Big Crops of Grain or
Cotton use Armour's Animal Fer
?Mizers. For sale by
A. E. & R. C. PADGETT -
Buiet's Seed Irish Potatoes, On
ion Sots, English Peas, etc.
W. E. LYNCH & Co.
? Paint your wagons, buggies and
- carriages and oil your harness. We
can supply the best paint aud oil
at reasonable prices.
RAMSEY & JONES.
BOARDERS.--Board for gen
tlemen can be secured at the Ab
aey place at very reasonable rates.
Apply to Mrs. A. F. PERKINS.
Our stock of harness, saddles,
bridles, buggy robes aud whips is
- complete. These goods are marked
at prices that will nove them.
RAMSEY & JONES.
We.waut every housewife in
' Edgefield county to know that our
counters, tables and shelves are
filled with all of the season's deli
cacies that tempt and satisfy the
appetites of mortals.
. THE PENN DRUG ?C?JRE.
Crayon Portraits enlarged from
small pictures of any kind. Satis
R. H. MIMS.
Call upon us wb"U in nerd of
trunks, valiseB, satchels or uress
.nit cases. Wo carry a large as
sortment of these goods with pri
RAMSEY & JONES.
Weare headquarters for toilet
soaps, perfumery au I all fancy ar
ticles. You can get Colgate's soaps
and. perfume from us.
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
. Aioog with our large and varied
I jtWSItfcell t iii ?hMffii^BWii ry1
->5Mjwe carry a beautiful line of cherry
and oak china closets. Call and
ask to see thurn.
RAMSEY ? JONES.
A word to the bunters, we have
a large stuck of enos, loaded shells
( b'-tb black and smokeless pow
der),leggings and every tning that
a hunter needs. Drop in and let
ns show yod.
RAMS, Y <fe JONES.
Now is the time to prepare the
early garden. We can supply you
with fresh seed of all varieties.
Large assort meut of Buist,s garden
seed just received. The PENN
Our stock of wagons, buggies,
bed-room sets, tables, rocking
chairs, desks, brass and enameled
iron beds, mattings, rugs, etc., was
never before more complete.
RAMSEY & JONES.
Just received another car load
of Rock Hill buggies which we ?re
selling cheaper than ever before
and ou vrv easy Orana to good
RAMSEY & JONES.
We have the oulv First-Ciass
Barber Shop In Edgefield. Skilled
and courteous barbers always ou
haud lo serve you. Fresh towels
fer 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 & Sou's Store.
I take this means of informing
those indebted to G. L. Penn and
Sou that the books of the firm
have not bren sold. All persons
indebted to said firm will please
^call at once upon Mr. William A.
Byrd at his office and settle "their
account. Mr. Byrd has charge of
toe books forme. W. B. PENN.
If you have catarrh, rheumatism,
kidney trouble, or any disease
ca' _i by impurities in the blood,
ti -then m ac i de. Tbi* wonder
f. wjcedy destroys the root ol the
a i se ase. At druggists.
We Give Any Lady
A chane* to earn spending money
Fery easily working for us in their
leisure time; tbe work is not bard,
and any Woman or girl who bas a lit
tle spare time will do well to avail
themselves of this great opportunity
to tarn money. Send ur 25 cents
(silver) and we will at once send you
tbe Cloth with full directions, pre?
paid by os anywhere in tb? U. 5. so
that yon can commerce work at once.
Address BRILL! ANTI NA Co. (031]
Have your pictures beautifullj
framed at a reasonable cost
Large assortment cf latest moul
dings always on hand. I a 1st
make old framos appear new by la
Ust methods. lean pleas? you
Give me a call at my furm'tun
store 1136 Broad street. Augusta
Ga. W. H. TURNER.
Saturday next is St. Valentine's
Remember the Quaker Quartette
Easter comes this year on the
12lh of April.
On account of tickuf e MissKel
lah Fair did not g : to Bi ch To
land as was announced las: week.
She will leave to-morrow.
March term of court will con
vene on the second Monday. We
will give the '-gentlemen of fie
jury'' next week.
Solicitor J. W. Thurmond came
over irom Columbia and spent
from Friday afternoou till Mon
day with home folks.
Mr. C. E. May is again at his
store after a few days attack of
neuralgia. We aro glad taat it
was not of longer dura'ion.
We are glad to chronicle the fad
that after a two weeks spell of sick
ness A. S. Thompkins, Esq., is
able to sit up and will be at his of
fice in a day or two.
Prof. J. E. Grim, who has charge
of the splendid school ac Parka
ville was in our town on Friday
last. Being a full graduate of Fur
mau University, Prof Cri.n is well
equipped for this work.
Mr. J. W. Peak, the enterpris
ing proprietor of the New York
Racket Store, spent Friday last at
his store at Meeting Street which
is being successfully mauaged by
Mr Ben Stevens.
The many friends of Mrs. J. A.
Holland will be glad to know that
she has been greatly beuefitted by
the treatment at Johns Hopkins
hospital. She gained SP ven pounds
in eleven days ?nd will remain un
til entirely well.
Cadets P. H. Bussfly and T. C.
Callison, students of the S. C. C I.,
attended the Y. M. C. A. conven
tion which convened in Green
ville on Saturday last. These
young men were s^nt as delegates
from the college Y. M. C. A.
We have hpcn requested to an
nounce that the Sup' rv iso'* and
clerk will hold their monthly meet
ing on the third Saturday, but ?f
ter this month the meeting of the
Supeivisor and clerk will be held
ou the third Monday of each
Mr. John A Weir has moved his
popular barber shop to the Norris
building, in the store npxt door to
Mr. J. E. Hart's. He solicits a
continuance of the pa ronage of
tho people. The arlor 3arl
Shop is better prepared to give
saJ;rgfftctory service_toJ.be public
than ev?r before.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. M. Potter,
who bare bean spending several
rn? nths in Edgefield at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Taylor, left
on Monday last for Augusta where
they will spend a short time before
returning to their home in Rhode
Island. Mr. and Mrs. Potter have
made many friends in our town
who will always welcome them
The following is what Gen.R.
R. Hemphill, clerk of t^e senate
and editor of the Abbeville Me
dium writes in his paper about ons
of our legislators: Referring to
facial resemblances, Mr. DeVore,
member from th;> house.has a face
which is a striking reproduction of
that of Napoleon or of fhe late
President McKinley. In rppose
his face resembles that of the
great Corsican toa remarkable de
gree. When ?r?eaking cr iu action
'he likeness to McKinley is almost
exhct. As is well know McKinley
well represented Napoleon in facial
Probably your physician has told
you that, rheumatism is incurable.
Discoveries are hoing made in
?medicine as well as other things.
Rheumacid? is a discovery. Ir
Bargaius ! Bargains 1 ! The
New York Racket Store is now
closing out all winter goods at
greatly educed prices. This is a
great opportunity to secure rare
bargains. Call ea?-ly and get first
J. W. PEAK.
Uso Baldwin's, Swift's, and Roys
tor's, Guan"?, good ar-yv\In rt and
everywhere for growing crops. .
W. W. ADAMS.
Cotton Seed Meal, Nitrate Soda,
Muriate Potash. "
W. W. ADAMS.
Do not buy Eye Glas&es as you
would a paper of pins but have
your eyes examined scientifically
and a glass ground for each eye.
GEO. F WIMS,
Grauuo j Opt" ian.
Swift's, Baldwin's & Royster'i
SAVED HER CHILD'S LIFE.
"In three weeks our chubby lit
tie boy was changed by pneumon
ia almost to a skeleton," -writei
Mrs.W.Watkins, of Pleasant City
0. "A 'errible cough set iu, that
in spite of a good doctor's treat
ment for several weeks, grew wors
every day. We then used Docto
King's New Discovery for con
sumption, and -our darling wa
soon sound and well. We are pur
this grand medicine saved his life
Millions know il's the only 6ur
cur j for coughs, colds and all Inn
i??*??*8e5>. Tho Penn Drug Stor
euarafjfe* satisfaction. 50c and $j
Trial bottles free.
Po The Thinking Thousands
MifB Helen Sheppard is visiting
her aunt, Mrs. Maxwell, in Green
Sweet little Ethel Lanham if? on
a visit to her grai.dmother, Mrs.
Rev. Geo. W. Davis will fill his
regular appoint mo nt at McKendree
on Sunday morning uext.
Rev. P. P. Blalock will preach
iq the Baptist church on Sunday
morning next aud also at night.
The regular morning service will
be held at the Episcopal church
on next Sunday at ll o'clock, Rev.
Heury Mazyck conducting it.
Tho usual weekly prayer meeting
at the Baptist church will be held
on Thursday t.igbt of this week
instead of Wednesday ?ijht.
Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Fowler, of
Otturawa, Iowa, accompanied by
Miss Elberta Bland, arrived in
EdgenVd Monday afternoon on a
visit to Dr. and Mrs. H. Parker.
Superintendent of Education
Byrd requests us to announce that
he has just receivrd $1100 fiom the
dispenary fund which has been
aportioued among the school
We publish this week the article,
"For the sake of the child," that
was sent to us ?everal weeks ago by
au Edgefield mother. On accouut
of the press of matter this is the
first issu? of in which it could ap
pear. Every parent should reid
and pDnder it.
Mr. E. S.Johnson ha? again cast
his lot among tba Edgffield people.
He is now offering a first class
stock of groceries and plantation
supplies in Swearingen building.
Mr Johnson guarantees quality and
prices and you always get honest
weights at bis store. Read his
If the weather for-cast for the
month of February as given in one
. if the most reliable almanacs be
true we will have more rain aud
heavy gales than 'reezes. This will
be au exception, for during recent
yearn our heav est snows and hard
est freezes have come during the
Tharr> is a growing sentiment
that fa\ors abolishing th? custom
or practise of kissing the Bible in
taking au oath. While it is true
that kissing the holy book will not
make a liar tell the truth it is sup
posed to add solemnity to the oath.
Many a witneBS can, howevsr,
without the slightest compunction
jf conscience kiss the Bible and
fail to tell the whole truth, while
'others will tell a "leetle the rise" of
The North Carolina legislature
is considering the passage of an
act that will make it unlawful for
first cousins to marry. Cupid
heeds not the objections of the
irate "old folks" and will defy all
the laws that a legislature can en
act. What will prevent North
Carolina cousins from coming over
the line into the Palmetto State
(tbe easiest State in the union t>
get married in and the hardest to
get unmarried in) plight their
troth and return as husband and
One day last week Mr. B. W.
Richardson, oue of the towu's
marshal?, weut over to Columbia
aud arrested another one of the
fire bugs and placed him in our
jail to await trial. He is a white
man named John Benton, a confe
derate of William Shipes who is al
so in jail. There is ample proof
to convict both and that will put
sn end to incendiary fires in Edge
field. The marshals of the town
sr- to I . congratulated upou their
success in apprehending tho guiliy
EVERY CHURCH or
institution supported by voluntary
contribution will be given a liber
al quantity of the Longman &
Martiuez Pure Paints whenever
NOTE: Have doue so for twenty
leveu years. Sales: Tens of mil
HcDS of gallons; painted nearly
t.vo million houses underguarantee
to repaint if not satisfactory: The
paint wears for periods up to eigh
teen years. Linseed Oil must be
added to the paint, (done in two
ru inures). Actual cost theu about
$1 25 a pallon. Samples free. Sold
by our Agents, The Penn Drug
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic because the formula is plainly
printed on every bottle showing that
it is simply Iron and Quinine in a
tasteles form. No cure no pay 5Gc.
To be "as happy as the days are
long" is not so happy after all io
mid-winter. However, each dav
now ia two minutes longer thai:
the preceding one.
A LEGACY OF THE GRIP
Is often a run-down system
Weakness, nervousness, lack ol
ap? etite, em rgy and ambition
with disordered liver and kidney!
follow an attack of this wretcbec
disease. The greatest need tber
?B Electric Bitters, the splendic
tonic, blood purifier and regulato
of stomach, liver and kidneys
Thousands have prov? d that the.1
wonderfully strengthen the nerv? s
build up the system, md reston
to hcullh ai;d good spirits after ai
attack of grip. If suffering, tr
th? m. Only 50(. Perfect satisfjic
lio? guaranteed by The Peni
The Quaker Quartette.
I All of Ibo preceding lyceum eu
[ terrainrnenta have surpassed the "
pectation of all who attended
thfm and tho attraction in -the
opera house to-night will not be au
exception. The newspapers are
lavish in their praise of the Qua
ker Quartette wherever they have
beei>. All who go to the oper
houss to-night will be highly en
tertained bv the costumed singpr
aud violiuist Bistline. Great uum
bers of seats have been engaged
Better secure oue before all are
Led to Hymen's Altar,
On last Wednesday morning
Mr. C. F. Talbert and Mips Lucy
Millar were happily married. Rev
P. B. Lanham, an uncle of the
bride, performed the ceremorv
The bride, 'he youngest daughter
of Mr. L. J. Miller, who resides
near Colliers, is a very beautiful
and accomplished young lady. The
groom is a sober and enterprising
young business mau of Augusta
who holds a lucrative position with
the electric railway company. This
happy 3'oung couple will make
their future home in Augusta. The
ADVERTISER joins their host of
friends in wishing them a long anl
happy married life.
Mrs. Susan Legg died al her
home in the suburbs of our town
o i Saturday morning last. This
aged woman had nearly reached
her eightieth year. She reared
twelve children, ten of whom died
before she did, and two, Mis. Wil
liam Peul and au unmarred daugh
ter, sorvive her. Her remains were
laid to rest in the family burying
grouud on Sunday afternoon, Rev.
G<?O. W. Davis conducting the fun
Miss Francis Timmerman, who
was boru and reared in the Meet
ing Street section, died of pneu
monia on Sunday morning last iu
the 45th year of her age. Miss Tim
merman bas foranumborof years
been an inmate of the county
home but for some mouths had
been living with Mrs.Roper Horn at
the mill. Her remains were buried
at the county home MI Sunday af
Dear ADVERTISER: We are hav
ing more rain now, and wn are sor
ry to see it, but I believe I bad
rather seo rain thau snow.
Miss Nina Jennings, of Green
wood, is visiting her sister, Mr?.
Our teacher, Prof. Crim, was
called home last Tuesday on ac
count of the illness of his brother.
We have not heard siuce Wednes
day how the young mau is getting
along, but sincerely hopo for him
a speedy recovery. In the absence
of Prof. Crim, Mr. J. H. Elkins,
one of our pupils, is taking charge
ofThe eclioo?faT?d we aFe~gIa_ to"
say that everything is getting on
very smoothly, but we will be very
glad'to see Prof. Crim back.
Miss.Suuie Douglass visited rel
atives in our '.own from Sunday
till Wednesday, but the weather
was so bad during her short Btay
that I fear the mud did not im
press her very favorably.
Miss Emmie Brimson, of Augus
ta, is visiting her parents here this
week. ' 'e are always glad to see
Miss Er ie and hope she will
come oft i r.
The fol ?ng are the names of
the pupils the primary depart
ment who . '.eeded in gettiug?on
the honor ro : Newton Edmonds,
Robert Edmunds, T. G. Talbert,
Watson Talbert, Lenox Thurmond,
L. F. Dorn, John J. Dom, Warren
Stone, Clio Peurifoy, John Peuri
foy, Walter McDonald, Barbie
Christian, Effie Reardeu, Lydia
Reardon, Frank Kinney and Ed
die Bell. Mr. Crim s department
will be reported later.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Dobey are
visiting relatives in Edgefield and
Johnston this week.
Mrs. P. R. Wates wa. among
the visitiors at our club last night.
On account of tho rain only a
small crowd was present, but we
had a very interesting meeti?g all
Mr. P. C. Middleton and daugh
ter visited their mother .md grand
mother, Mrs. Mary Middleton, this
Miss Emmie Hussey, the assist
ant teacher at Plum Branch, ac
companied by Mr.Dick Mackelroy,
of Pelzer, came down this morn
iug to visit Mr. L. F. Dorn.
Mr. Jos Bussey left yesterday
for Macon, Ga., to attend the busi
ness college, sol am informed.
Dr. D. A. J. Bell went to Colum
bia yesterday to oarry Mr. Boat
Strom who has beeu sick for some
time. During his illness he has
lost his mind, but we sincerely
hope he will soou be able to coin-*
back home again.
BUCKLEN'o ARNICA SALVE.
The best and most famous com
pound iu the world to conquei
aches and kill pains. Cures cuts
heals burns and bruises, subduet
inflamation,masters piles. Million!
of boxes sold yearly. Works won
ders in boils, ulcers, felons, skit
eruptions. It cures or u^ pay. L5<
at The Penn Drug Store.
f "Remember the Maine" whicl
, was blown up on February 15th
5 1898. On Sunday next it will bav
I been five yearn.
MILLIONS PUT TO WORK.
The wonderful activity of th
f new century is shown by an enoi
i, mous demand for the world's beH
ej workers-Dr. King's New Lif
I Pills For constipation, sick h fad
jr lacie, bil liousnesp, or any troubl
-?of p'omach, liver or kidneys.the
a*ar? unrivaled. Only 25c at Th
Penn Drug Store.
WE OLD RELIABLE
tHEREIS NO SUBSTITUTE
Would Benefit Edgefield.
The Augusta Chamber of Com
merce has forwarded a strong pe
titiou to the Southern railway of
ficials asking that a chauge be
made in the schedule of the morn
ing train to Augusta. The train
now leaves Columbia at & very
early hour and, being a mixed
train, 6 hours and 15 minutes are
required to make the trip of 82
miles. It is the desire of the pe
titioners that a freight and a pas
senger train both be put ou so the
latter could leave Columbia later,
arriving at the interm' diate points
later. It would add greatly to the
couveuieuce of our people should
the request be granted. The Edge
field train could leave later and.
theu make the usual connection at
Trenton. J he railroad would also
be benefitted by the change, for
more people would travel if t?ey
did not have to arouse from their
slumbers in order to catch the
train at so early an hour. Our
Business League should rallv its
forces aud aid in such matters.
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news
papers is sure to know of the wonderful
cures made by Dr.
i Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
j the great kidney, liver
L and bladder remedy.
1m It is the great medi
al cal triumph of the nine
fir i teenth century; -dis
I, covered after years of
[)l scientific research by
"d^=\l Dr. Kilmer, the emi
nent kidney and blad
der specialist, and is
wonderfully successful in promptly curing
lame back, kidney, biadder, uric acid trou
bles and Bright's Disease, which is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec
ommended for everything but if you have kid
ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found
just the remedy you need. It has been tested
in so many ways, in hospital work, in private
practice, among the helpless too poor to pur
chase relief and has proved so successful in
every case that a special arrangement has
been made by which all readers of this paper
who have not already tried it, may have a
j?UTi?lej30tUe sent free by mail, a'so a book
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
When writing mention reading this generous
offer in this paper and uQfELm
send your address to i
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing
hamton, N. Y. The'
regular fifty Cent and Homo of Swamp-Root,
dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.
Au exchange is so uukiud as tc
?ay the devil is never as black as he
is painted, and a woman is nevei
as innoceut as she appears.
The matter of feed is d
tremendous importance to thc
farmer. Wrong feeding is
loss. Right feeding is profit
The up-to-date farmer knows
what to feed his cows to gel
thc most milk, his pigs to ge
thc most pork, his hens t<
get the most eggs. Science.
But how about the children
Arc they fed according t<
science, a bone food if bone:
arc soft and undeveloped, ;
flesh and muscle food if the]
arc thin and weak and a bloo<
food if there is anemia ?
Scott's Emulsion is a mixe<
food ; the Cod Liver Oil in i
makes flesh, blood and muscle
the Lime and Soda make bon
and brain. It is the standar
scientific food for d?licat
Send for free
Pe sure that this picture
the form of a label is on t
wrapper of every bottle
Emulsion you buy.
Scott & Bown
409 Pearl St., N.1
50c. and $t i all druggls
Was it a rejected lover or a he
pecked husband who said: 1
wish that Adam had died with i
hiB ribs in his body."
ta*, CHICHEBTER'S ENGLISH
? _/t"-v Orignal and Only Genuine.
SAFE. Alwaji reliable. I.mlle". Mk tVner
for CHICUESTKK'S KNGLIS
)tn KED tad Cold melanie box?, itt!
?llb blue ribbon. Take no other. Refu
Dnagcroai Substitution* and Irait
tiona. Bur of jour Drouin, 'end 4e.
.tamp* for PnrUenlar?, Tcatlmotilf
and "Heller fur Ladlea,"in Utter, bj i
tarn Mall. 10.000 Teitlmonlau. Sold
_J Druniiu. Chloheitcr Chemical O
Mulloo ?tali paper. Madleon Hu u ure, PIULA... P
Attention, Alliancemen ! ?
'M e ?Veire to call th? attention
of tbe different sub-allianceB of
Edgefield county to the fact that
arrangements are in progress for
the return proportionally of the
funds which were paid into the
State Alliance Exchange. In or
der to be abie to collect the pro
portional share of any sub-alliance,
it will be necessary to produce the
certificates of stock issued there
for. It would b? well to have a
meeting of the variouB 6ub-alli
auces through some representative
of each oub, so as to act in concert
in the matter. Hon. J. L. Keitt,
of Soudleye, Newberry county, S.
C., is now secretary of the State
Exchange, who will furnish all
W. H. TlMMERMAN,
County Trusteee Stockholder.
Miss Ida. M. Snyder,
Trec-iirer ol ibo
Brooklyn East ?nd Art Club.
" if women would pay more attention to
their health we would have more happy
wives, mothers and daughters, and if they
would observe results they would find
that thc doctors' prescriptions do not
perform the many cures they are given
" In consulting with my druggist he ad
vised McElrce's Wine of Cardui and Thcd
ford's Black-Draught, and so I took it and
have every reason to thank him for a new
life opened up.to me with restored health,
and it only took three months to cure me."
Wine of Cardui ip a regulator of the
menstrual functions and is a most as
tonishing tonic for women. It cures
scanty, suppressed, too frequent, irreg
ular and painful menstruation, falling
of the womb, whites and flooding, a
is helpful when approaching woman
hood, during pregnancy, alter child
birth and in chancre of life. It fre
quently bring3 a clear baby to homes
that have been barren for years. All
druggists have $1.00 bottles of Wine
YOU WILL FIND
- OUR FRUIT
Trees, Vines, Shrubs,
Roses Palms etc., per
fectly Healthy, well
grown and true to name.
Write us for Catalogue.
P. J. BEKCK?VIANS CO.,
(Inc.J Fruitland Nur
series. Established 1S56.
ls the TIME
nnd our stable if? the
PlvACE to buy
Our Mr. Thompson has ju6t
arrived with a full car of
Horses,MARES and Mules
that were shipped direct from
Call at our Stable and
see what we have - - -
G-RICE & CO
When placing your Insur
ance ?rive me a call. I rep
resent a very strong line of
Insurance Companies; also
Agent for the New York
Insurance Co. I will appre
preciate a share of your biit
iness. I can be found at my
office-Ofliee No. 2--ovcr E;ink of
James T. JNJIJVX?.
WW HI i I i i 1 i !" Mi il
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Prompt and Careful at
tention to Business. Ofliee
OVER BANK of EDGEFIELE
805 Broad Street.
W. ?. YOUNG, - - - - President
J. G. WE1GI.E, - ... Cashier
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Interest Paid on Deposits
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ROWLAND & COMPANY
I THE FARMERS BANK ?
J OF EDGEFIELD, S. C. |
I STATE AND COUNTY DEPOSITOKY.
= THE LARGEST AND STRONGEST BANK IN EDGEFIELD COUNTY *
1 Paid uv Capital.$ 58,000.00 t
= Surplus and Undividedrofi. 15,000.00 E
I Liability of Stockholders. 58,000.00 f
I Protection to Depositors.$131,000.00 |
~ We invite attention of those desiring a safe depository for their money to the above =:
E fae s. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS BY SPECIAL CONTRACT. . j|
~ Under provision of its charter this bank is authorized to act as trustee, jruard.an =
?5 administrator and.executor, and tu acceptand executo trusts generally. |
S A. E. PADGETT, President T. P RAINSFORD, Vice-Pre?. 5
= J. L.CAUGHMAN, Cashier. \V. H. HAR LING, Asst.-Cashier S
Clearance sale Has Begun.
We .ire closing out all flannels aud outings at very
low prices. Good colored calico going at 4c, best at
5c. All ladies cloak3and capes must goat once re
gardless of cost. Men's suits from 2.50 per cent up.
800 suits reduced to 5.69. Overcoats from 1.90 up
Our entire stock of wool underwear cut very low
Full line of heavy and dress shoes always on
hand. We can save you money on staple dry
goods. Mr. J. H. Crouch is with us and will
cordially welcome his Edgefield friends.
THE OHE CENT STORE,
G28 Broau St., AUGUSTA, GA.
$ READY for BUSINESS !
I have JUST OPENED UP a full stock of
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES, MY GOODS & NOTIONS.
I can sell you Good, Brand New goods at Very Rea
sonable prices. Give me a trial and you will be
convinced tbat I eau save you money-. -
L. A. ASHLEY.
J. L JANES & COMPLY,
BRANCH HOUSE A. B. SAXON $ BRO., '
IOU -BTZOJLJD ST-, - A.T7C3-TJSTA., ?3\A-,
GB OOERIES AND PLANTATION- SUPPLIES
- -SEED GRAINS,
Corn, Oats, Bran, Syrup, We carry a full line of Gveryi)^t_
wanted al prices as LOW AS THE LOWEST sad if pussiuie lower
Give us a trial order. Satisfaction Guaranteed
or your Money Refunded without grumbling.
J. L.JANES & CO.,
1011 BROAD ST-, AUGUSTA, GA?
Are you N Need
Of Anything In My Line ?
If so now ii the time to buy. If you buy for cash it will
be to your interest to
VISIT MY STORE.
LOAKS : .. Everything in this
A PPT^l ^ine mU8^ De sola, ana
AT TAT, Tirn m "TC tne buyers may nave
OLLARET TE? the profit.
Blankets and Underwear.
$6 00 Blankets, - . - - - - $4.50.
All ofners reduced in the same proportion.
Underwear for all at very low prices.
Q-?lTr-Q My Line of silks for-this season was
KDX I IS D. far superior to anything usually
shown in Edgefield. There are some left that can
be bought at very low prices : ( 65c silks 50 cents.
This does not include our< 85c silks 65 cents,
black silks. Come see them. ( $1. silks 90 cents.
MEN'S " OLOTHTNO
AND BOYS X1?1N VJ
The men and boys shall not be forgotten,so come
right iu and let us show you what I can do for you
in this line. I can clothe you from head to foot and
you will hardly miss the money spent.
I THAK YOU ALL for past favors, and will
assure you that I will do all in my power to make
ever}' visit to my store profitable to you as well .as
to myself. Respectfully,
Jan. 6, 1903,