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WEDNESDAY, FEB. 18, 1903.
' Fresh oyster crackers, PUOW
. flakes, wafers, milk biscuits and
fancy cakes assorted always on
haud. THE PENN DRUG STORE.
SPECTACLES-all kinds and
prices - GEO. F. MIMS, Optician.
FOB SALE: We have just re
ce ived a full sui ply of legal blauks
tuon as deeds, mortgages real es
tate, chattel mortgages and rent
coLtracts. Wheu in need of them
. call at the ADVERTISER c nice.
Fresh supply of Landreth's gar
den 8?ed ju8t received.
. W. E. LYNCH & Co.
Try a bo tie of our White Pine
and Tar for coughs, colds, grip.etc.
26c por bottle ; every bottle guar
anteed to benefit.
W. E. LYNCH & Co.
If you are not using our tea?
and coffees try then, once and you
?rill uso no other. For delightful
.roma and flavor they are unsur
passed. Call for our White Star
coffee. THE PENN DRUG STORE.
To Grow Big Crops of Grain or
Cotton use Armour's Animal F?r
til iiers. For sale by
A. E. & R. *C. PADGETT.
Buist'* Seed Irish Potatoes, On
ion Sots, English Peas, etc.
W. E. LYNCH & Co.
Paint your wagous, buggies and
carriages and oil your harness. We
caji supply the best paint and oil
at reasonable prices.
RAVSEY & JONES.
BOARDERS.-Board for gen
tlemen can be secured at iba Ab
aey place at very reasonable rates.
Apply to Mrs. A. F. PERKINS.
Our stock of harness, saddles,
bridle*, buggy robes and whips is
complete. Tnese goods are marked
at prices that will move 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 STJSE.
Crayon Portraits enlarged from
?mal! pictures of any kind. Satis
* R. H. MIMS.
Call upon us wb?>n iu need of
trunks, valises, satchels or dress
suit eases. Wo carry a large as
?ortmeut of these goods with pri
RAMSEY & JONES. ?
.We are headquarters for toilet
soaps, perfumery and all fancy ar
t idea. You can get Colgate's soaps
and perfume from us.
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
fi?-. . ,: . : * I
Along with our large and varied
wortnWnToT^cnina "and giassware
n *?gytoarty a beautiful line of cherry
. '."?Scl'oipfcchina closets. Call and
ask to see thurn.
RAMSEY <fe JONES.
- ? word to the hunters, we have
alarie? stock of guns, loaded shells
(Wh black sud smokeless pow
der),leggings and every toing that
m hunter needs. Drop in and let
ni show you.
RAMS., Y & JONES.
Now is the time to prepare the
early garden. We can supply you
with fresh seed of all varieties
Large assortment of Buist,s garden
seed just received. The PENN
Our stock of wagons, buggies,
bed-room sets, tables, rocking
.hairs, desks, brass and enameled
iron beds, mattings, rugs, etc., was
never before more complete.
RAMSEY <fe JONES.
Just received another car load
of Rook Hill buggies which we are
selling cheaper than ever before
and on very easy tnrms to good
RAMSEY & JONES.
We have the only First-Ciasp
Barbershop in EdgHSeld. Skilled
and 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.
? I take this means of informing
those indebted to G. L. Peuu and
Son that the books of the firm
have not been sold. All persone
indebted to said firm will please
call at once upon Mr. William A,
Byrd at his office and settle theil
account. Mr. Byrd bas charge cl
the books forme. W. B. PENN.
If yon have catarrh, rheumatism
kidney trouble, or any disease
caused by impurities in the blood
take Bbeumacide. This wonder
ful remedy destroys the root ol th<
disease. At druggists.
We Give Any Lady
A chane*1 to earn spending morie;
very easily working for us io theil
leisure time; tbe work is not bard
and any Woman or girl who bas a lit
tie spare time will do well to avai
themselves of this great opportunity
to earn money. Send us 25 cent
(silver) and we will at once send yoi
the Cloth with full directions, pre
paid by us anywhere in the U. S. s
that you can commenc work at once.
Address BRILLIANTINE Co. (031
Have your pictures beautifull;
framed at a reasonable cos?
Large assortment of latest mou I
dings always on hand. I als
make old frames appear new by la
test methods. I eau please you
Give roe a call at my furuiiur
store 1136 Broad street, .?ugust*
Ga. W. H. 'iURXER.
Mr. C. J. Burton paid a business
visit to Columbia last Friday.
Rev. B. D. Thames filled hie
preaching appointment at Bath on
Miss Minnie Lanham is on a
visit this week to friends and re
lations in Langley, Aiken and Au
Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Evaus atten
ded the Valentine ball in Augutia
on last Thursday evening.
Dr. J. T. Patterson eutertained
a number ol his- friends at a
birthday dinner cn Thursday last.
Mr. W. H. Turner, proprietor of
the Corner Collier store, \> ft Mon
day for ITew York to buy his Spring
and Summer goods.
The members of Horns Creek
church are requested to meet at
the church ou next Sunday morn
ing at ll o'clock, to consider call
ing a pastor for the eneuiugyear.
Mrs. B. H. Teague, of Aiken,
visited Mr. and Mrs. L W Fowler
and Mies Elber-a Bland at ihe
home of Dr. H. Parker lusl week.
Dr. H. Parker had some im
provement made on the side-wwlk
in front of the Parker building the
Mr. Rhett Nicholson assists in
The Peun Drug Store on Saturdays
?nd makes a very efficient and ac
Mr. A. S. Mellichauip joined onr
village Baptist church b letter on
Sunday morniug last at iheir
Dr. R.A. Marsh has purchased
Mrs. Fowler's residence on Main
etret-t, now occupied by Mr. C. J.
The Edgefield Baptist church
will ship a box this week to one of
the Home Missionaries of the Bap.
tist denomination in Indian Terri
tory. The box will be valued at
about $40 .00.
The compulsory educatiou ??ill
requires that every child in the
state, between the ages of eight and
twelve years attend school for at
least eight consecutive weeks dur
ing the year.
Mr. aud Mrs. Heury Powell on
Wednesday evening last, at their
home on Jeter street, give a de
lightful supper to a number of
invited guest in honor of their lit
tle daughter Flor: nee, who in this
way celebrated her eigtu birthday.
Blue bird? have made their ap
pearance in this vielinity during
the last few days. The return of
these birds to our more northerly
-e^ima^v-preeages an early spring.
They don't leave their wintor h.une
in the far south, uutil th9 cold of
winter ls past.
While riding owr his faim ou
Saturday afternoon, Mr. B. Cau
telou was thrown from bis very fine
and spirited horse, which be receiv
ed from Kentucky several weeks
ago' lu falling be struck against
a stump and his collar bone was
broken. We regret this painful ca
lamity and hope his injuries will
be healed speedily.
Mr. B. F>. Joues sold his fine iron
gray horse last week to Mr. J. M.
Mays. This was a valuable ani
mal, and admired by all lovers of
fin? horsea. The purchase prie*
was said to be $200.
The stock of merchandise of the
firm of T. Fur^e <fe Co., who went
into voluutary bankruptcy, was
sold last week br Trustee A rt hui
Brunson. Mr. Poliakoff was the
purchaser, and he is now closing
the stock out at special prices. Il
was bid off at $807.
Probably your physician has told
vou that rheumatism ?B incurable
Discoveries are being made it
medicine as well as other thing?
Rheumacide is a discovery. I1
Bargains ! gains! ! Th<
New York Ra Store is nov
closing out L winter goods a
great ly educed prices. ? This is i
great opportunity to secure rar
bargains. Call eaHy and get fi>8
J. W. PEAK.
Use Baldwin's, Swift's, and Roys
ter's, Guanos, good anywhere an<
everywhere for growing crops.
W. W. ADAMS.
Cotton Seed Meal, Nitrate Sods
W. W. ADAMS.
Do not buy Ey" Glasses as yo
would a paper >. pi rs . ut bav
your eyes examined icienti?call;
and a glass ground for each eye.
GEO. F. WIMS,
Swift's, Baldwin's & Royster'
SAVED HER CHILD'S LIFE.
"In three weeks our chubby lil
j tie boy was chauped by pneutnou
! ia almost to a skeleton," write
JMrs.W.Watkins, of Pleasant CiU
O. "A terrible cough set in, thal
in spite of a good doctor's treal
meut for several weeks, grew wors
every day. We then used Docto
: King's New Discovery for con
[sumption, and our darling wa
: soou sound and well. Wo are sur
' this grand medicine saved his life
[Millions kuowit's the^nly sur
CUT9 for coughs, colerane! nlfyun
diseuses. Tho Peno Drug Sioi
guarantee satisfactio .. 50c and $1
Trial bottles free.
ro The Thinking Thousands
Dr. C. P. DeVore sp^ut last
Thursday in Augusta on business.
Mr. Steadruau Weathersbee, >f
Aiken, wa? a visitor to Edgefield
i.ii Wednesday and Thursday last.
Msssea Currau Hartley andida May
McGee have returned from their
visit to Batesburg and R:d?e
Rev. Luther White preached at
one of his churches n?ar Aiken on
Sunday morning and at Granite
? i I le Sunday evening.
The Methodists will celebrate
the two .hundredth anniversary of
John Wesley's birthday ou June
Two young men have rast their
lot with the student body of the S.
C G. I. this week Mr BaskiDS of
Summerton S. C. and Mr Earle
Ful!< r, son of Mr. C. C Fuller of
Dr. F. W. P. Butler went down
to Augusta on Thursday to meet
i his brotber.Oapt. M. C. Butler Jr.,
I and attended the Valentine ballin
the city on that evening.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Potter of
Providence, R. L, arrived in the
city 'be early part of the week and
ar** with 2\ir.and Mrs. Amos Clark
in Summerville.-Augusta Chron
Thewri'erhas been wrestling with
a mild attack of pneumonia for
about a week, but is now fully re
covered, and will he at his office
regularly after to-day.
The custom of sending comic
valentines bas in it beside* fun.
something of good. These valen
tines are good looking glasses to
see ourselves in, and while we
should eut? r into the spirit of the
occasion with merriment, yet if we
find tbpt the cap fits us and that
our friends are hitting us some
bard licks, let us take it all iu
good part and profit by it. There
?.ire jests which are sometimes said
The Marietta Jourual says that
the preacher who can preach to
pleaee every hearer; the editor who
can wiite to please every reader;
the merchant who can sell goods
to piease every customer; the law
yer who can speak to please every
listener; ai.d tho dressmaker who
cm please every womau are all
? 'ad and wearing wingB in heaven.
. .rfection is not found iu human
To all lovers of good music and
high class entertainments the Qua
ker Quartette on last Wednesday
evening iu the opera house was a
veritable treat. While "music in
deed hath charms to soothe the
savage br.iast," yet its delights in
crease with the progress of refine
ment and culture. The apprecia
tion of Edgefield for the best in thie
"divine art," was ev; 'enoed by the
large audience iu attendance on
The patches of wheat and cate
about town are looking very prom
ising. Mr. Joe Cautelou has
the finest wheat that it has been
our pleasure to see, and Presiden!
A. E. Padgett has the finest patch
of oats we have notice i. The ex
cessive rains have turned the oatt
somewhat yellow but wilh a fev?
di.ys of sunshiue they will 6OOL
be greeu aud growing again.
Rev. Sam Jones, the noted evai <
gelistand lecturer, of Georgia, ii
booked to deliver a lecture at Ai
ICHU in the Institute on next Mon
daylight. The price of admissioi
will be $1. If a sufficient nura be'
desire to attend from Edgefield i
is likely that Capt. Rice's trail
will make au extra trip to accom
modate the public. No doubt San
Jones will touch up Altai) on sonn
of her wicked ways.
EVERY CHURCH ?
inhlitution supported by voluntar
contribution will be given a liber
al quantity of the Longman <!
Martinez Puro Paints wheneve
NOTE: Have done so for twenty
?even years. Sales: Tens of mil
Inns of gallets; painted nearl
t ,vo million houses under gu?rante
to repaint if not satisfactory : Th
paint wears for periods up to eigh
teen years. Linseed Oil must b
added to the paint, (done in tw
minutes). Actual cost then aboii
$1 25 a gallon. Samples free. Sol
by our Agents, The Penn Dru
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKIN
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chi
i onic because the formula is plain]
printed on every bottle showing thi
it is simply Tron and Quinine in
tasteles fur No cure no pay 60c.
Misses Linie Mim? and Lizz
Hill and little Miss Sadie Min
spent Sunday at Johnston at tl
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Read;
A LEGACY OF THE GRIP
Is often a run-down systcn
Weakness, nervousness, lack (
appetite, en rgy and ambitioi
with disordered liver and kidue^
follow an attack of this wretch?
'disease. The greatest need the
is Electric Bitterp, the splendi
tonic, blood purifier and regulate
of stomach, liver and kidney
Thousands have proved that the
wonderfully strengthen the nerve
build up the system, and restai
to health and good spirits after a
attack of grip. If ?nff ring, ti
them. Ooh 50t . Perfect sa'i-tm
tion gu i? ra nie? d by Th? Peu
Miss Ella Covar has rented
a room at the residence of
Mr. Bragg Jones and will
make that her home. ?
Mrs. J. A. Holland writes
regularly from Johns Hopkins
hospital, and it gives us pleas
ure to chronicle the fact that I
she continues to improve.
The legislature will adjourn
on Saturday next, after being
ing in session since Jan. 13th.
We will have more to sa}' of
the doings of the lawmakers
The time for paring the com
mutation or road tax will ex.jire
with February. Last y ar the
cim? wont until Apri\ but this
year the tax will not be received
by the county treasurer aft? r the
28th. of February. Those who
expect to pay the road tax should
remember this and pay it before
The event of the Valentine season,
was the delightful Valentine par
ty at which all the .young people
of Edgefield were eutertaiued by
Mr. and Mrs. B. B.Jones at their
hospitable home on ?last Friday
eveuing. The occasion was greatly
enjoyed and was full of fun, fel
lowship and frolic. St. Valentine's
day bas been a dead letter in Edge
field for some years, and it ie well
that the good old Saint who has
brought so much humor and good
cheer into this staid old world,
should be revived to hiB former
popularity. Beside, it is a sby
way for Cupid to shoot his love
pointed arrows. Mr. and Mrs. Joiv .
have led the way in reinstating St.
Valentine ro bis former glory in
The roads in the lower part of
our county are said to be impass
able in some pinces. We bear
that a horse in this section beean e
so sunken in the road that
the mud had to be dug from around
him with a spade, in order to ex
tricate him. This may sound
somewhat ludicrous, but in fact it
is lameutab'e. While the excessive
rains have had much to do with
this the previous bad conditiou of
the roads have beeu more at
fault. After all it is not meu aud
women having language to cry
"bad roads" who suffer most from
them, but the poor dumb beasts
who bear the burden. "We speak
for those who cannot speak for|
Tillman Applies for Bail.
The hearing on application for
bail of James H. Tillman charged
with murder of N. G. Gonzales
Was held by Chief Justice Pope in
the court court house at Nuwherry
on Thursday last
A motion to continue the hear
ing waa made by Solicitor Thur
. mond for the state, on the ground
that the state's attorneys had re
ceived uo copy of the affidavits
. which defendant's couusel submit
1 ted, and-therefore had no opportu
. nity for reply. That it was very
. important that prosecution have
. opportunity to reply to affidavits;
i that Buch bad been the custom.
, The hearing was postponed until
i Thursday morning the 19th. at
10 o'clock in the court house in
Columbia. The petitioner was or
1 dered to be retained in the custody
. of the sheriff of Richland county.
1 Col. Tillman appeared in person,
i and sat in the court room during
: the whole proceedings. In the
i affidavit of James H. Tillman he
. claims that he acted in what he
i conceived to ba selfdefence ; that he
' fired b c ?<e he thought his Jire
i was iu danger. Holzenbach from
. Edgefield county, Tillman's chief
witn'ss, maOe affidavit that Gou
? zales had made threats against
? Tillman in a conversation to Capt.
- J. A. White, keeper of one of tte
- committee, rooms, saying he hid
i mads him show the white feather
r on several occasions, and would
1 do so again. That when Tillman
1 met Gouzales just before the tra
- gedy, Go ?zales had both bands iu
3 his overcoat pockets, and that TiII
B mau with the statement made bj
Gonzales in mind, and taking into
consideration his appearance with
his hands in his pockets, thought
r that Gonzales was going to shoot.
Tillman made an effort to defend
himself for carrying concealed
weapons on the plea, that as his
term of office was bout expired,
he was moving some of his effecte
from the State House to his rooms,
among them two pistols.
Capt. J. / Whhe substantiated
affidavit 0. Jolzeubach, except
that not knowing N.G.Gonzales,
he did not know it was he witb
whom he had the conversation
Mr. Tillmau was represauted bj
Messrs. Croft, Nelson, Rebert, Ell
iott and Bleaee; the prosecution bj
Solicitor Thurmond and Judgf
FOR SALE: Three good mild
cows. Apply to R. H. NICHOLSON
BUCK LEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best and most famous com
pound in the world to conque
aches and kill pains. Cures cut^
-heals burns and bruises, subdue
iufiamation,masters piles. Million
of boxes sold yearly. Works won
ders in boils, ulcers, felons, Bk i 1
eruptions. It cures om? pay. _?5i
at The Penn Drug Sto.e.
Mr Boyd Kimball, travelling fo
the Oliver cotton Oil Compan;
stopped over a day last week wit!
hie sister, Mrs. C. J. Burton ei
route to hie home iu Eastern N. C
MILLIONS PUT TO WORK.
The wonderful activity of ih
now century is shown by an enoi
mous demand for tho world's bet
workers-Dr. King's N*w Uti
Pills For ennstipati 11, s'ck (mic!
ache,biliousness, or ?ny frou 1,-1
of stomach, liver or kidn^ye tlf
are uurivaled. Only 25c at 'ml
Penn Drug Store. .
THE ?LD gS?U?3LB
?HIRE/S NO SUBSTITUTE
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Padgett en*
ttrtained a .lumber of friends at
cards on last i uuruay eveuiug.
|have been grown by thousands of sat- \
sficd customers for over fifty years. |\
' They are as good as can be procured any- \ '
w"ere in the world. At the prices listed in \
our catalogue we dcliyer goods to you FREE \
of express or mail charges.
(Sb Floral Guide
Valuable to everyone who plants seeds,
whether it's only a flower bed or an
immense farm. It is net a mere cata
logue, but a work ol reference, full of
profitable information. A book of over
loo illustrated pages. Free, if you
mention this paper. Write for it
Farmer's ri arid boc:-:
A valuable reference book that tells all about
tho culture and care cf crops, preparation cf
land, fertilizing, spraying, etc. Sent FREE if
JAMES VICK'S SONS
Rochester, New York
Judge Kloughwill pr? side at the
March terra of cor.ri. which con
venes on tho second Monday.
Women as Weil as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
and cheerfulness soon
disappear when the kid
neys are out of order
Kidney trouble has
become so prevalent
that it ir, not uncommon
for a child to be born
afflicted with weak kid
neys. If the child urin
ates too often, if the
urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child
reaches an age when it should be able to
control the passage, it is yet afflicted with
bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause-cf
the difficulty is kidney'trouble, and the first
step should be towards the treatment of
these important organs. This unpleasant
trouble ls due to a diseased condition of the
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
most people suppose.
Women as well as men are made mis
erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of
Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold
by druggists, in fifty
cent and one dollar ?
sizes. You may have a |
sample bottle by mail
free, also pamphlet tell
ing all about it, including many of the
thousands of testimonial letters received
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and
mention this paper.
Homo of Sraarp-Iloot.
Prof. J- F. Entzmiuger visited his
farm near Columbia on Friday
aud Saturday last.
Don't forget the old man
with the fish on his back.
For nearly thirty years he
has been traveling around thc
world, and is still 1 -aveling
bringing health and comfort
wherever he goes.
To thc consumptive he
brings thc strength and flesh
he so much needs. e
To all weak -and sickl)
children he gives- rich anc
To thin and pale person*
he gives new firm flesh anc
rich red blood.
Children who first saw the
old man with the fish are now
grown up and have childrcr
of their own.
He stands for Scott's Emul
sion of pure cod liver oil-;
delightful food and a natura
tonic for children, for old folk:
and for all who need flesh anc
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists.
409-415 Pearl Street, NewYor*
50c. and $ 1.00 ; all druusrlsts
-PW CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH
I _/2V"?v Original and Only Genuine.
PJ/V^NSAFE. MwaMToHaMo. Ladle., rtramrli
nz?wTWriim m ciIICUKSTEK'S ENGLISH
iln KED ?ml Gold nn-talllr bot*., ?ca!,-.
I wtih HM ribbon. Toko no other. Ilrfuv
Danserons Substitution? and lmldi
tiona. Buy of your Drusflit. or maa 4c. II
tempi Air Particular*. Tcatlmonlul
and "Kellef for i.ndle*." m t?t??r, bj ra
tum Mall. 10,000 Te?Umnol?L. Sold b;
I Draff Uti. Ohlehcoter Chemical Co.
K*SU?B tall piper. JJcdlion (jqutrc, I'll ILA.. l'A
Death of Lewis W.Simkins, Ewq
On Thursday morning last S.
IcG. Simkins, Esq., received a
elegram summoning him lo Lau
ens. The message conveyed to him
ho sad intelligence that hisbroth
ir, Lewis Simkins, Esq., died that
corning at 7:20 o'clock.
J he deceased had been ill only
mo week and his condition was
not thought critical until imme
diately before his death. He was
49 years of age and was educated
in the common schools of Edgefield
and just after the war he attended
W ashington and Lee University in
Lexington, Va. Mr. Simkins was
a leading member of the Laurens
bar and was'a devoted and zealous
Chriftian. Five orphan children,
three brothers and oue sister sur
vive him. His wife di'd in 1898.
Constipation is nothing more i
than a clogging of the Bowels '
and nothing less than vital stag
nation or death if not relieved.
If every constipated sufferer
could realize that he is allowing
poisonous filth to remain in his
system, he would soon get relief.
Constipation invites all kind of
contagion. Headaches, bilious
ness, colds and many other ail
ments disappear when consti
pated bowels are relieved. Thed
t'ofd's Black-Draught thoroughly
cleans out the bowels in an easy
and natural manner without the
purging of calomel or other vio
Be sure that you get the origi
nal Tbedford's Black-Draught,
made by The Chattanooga Medi
cine Co. Sold by all druggists in
25 cent and $1.00 packages.
Morir?n, Ark., May 25, 1001.
I cannot recommend Thedford's Black
Draught too highly. 1 keep It in my house
all the time aifd hare used lt for the lost
ten yenrs. I never gave my children
any other laxative. I think I could
ne?er be ahlc to work without lt
on account of hctnir troubled nlth
constipation. Your medicine ls ?
all that keeps nie up.
c a. MCFARLAND.
YOU WILL FIND
Trees, Vines, Shrubs,
Ulises Palms etc., per
fectly Healthy, well
grown and true to name.
Write us for-' aa'ogue.
P. J. BERU Iv.MAXS CO.,
(Inc.) Fruitland Nur
series. Established 1S5U.
ls the TIME
and our stable is the
PLACE to buy
Our Mr. Thompson has just
arrived with a full car of
that were shipped direct from
Call at our Stable and
see what we have - - -
GRIOE & CO
? INSURANCEABNOY t
V. hen placing your Instir- I
ance give me a call. I rep- g
resent a very strong line of |
Insurance Companies; also
Agent for. the New York
JL-IFTES - - -
Insurance Co. I will appre
preciate a share of your bub
iness. 1 can be found at my
office-Office Nu. 2---over Hank of
James 1\ MIMS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Prompt and Careful at
tention to Business. Ollice
OVER BANK o? EDGEFIEL1
SO? Broad Street.
W. B. YOUNG, -
1. G. WlilGI.E, -
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I. OF EDGEFIELD, S- C. |
I STATE AND COUNTY DIFOSITOBY.
5 THE LARGEST AND STRONGEST BANK IN EDGEFIELD COUNTY 5
1 Paid uv Capital.$ 58^,000.00 =
E Surplus and Undividcdrofi. 10,000.00 E
E Liability of Stockholders. 58,000.00 j
I Protection to Depositors.$131,000.00 |
S V'.-. invite attention of those desiring a safe depository for their money to the above
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= Under provision of its charter this bank is authorized to act as trustee, guardian 5
S administrator and executor, and to accept and execute trusts generally. | ~
S A. E. PADGETT, President I. I* RAINSFORD. Vice-Prcs. E
E J. L. CAUGHMA'X, Cashier. \V. H. HAULING, Asst.-Cishier E
Clearance sale Has Begun.
We are closing out all flannels and outings at very
low prices. Good colored calico g?iug at 4c, best at
5c. All ladies cloaks and capes must goat once re
gardless of cost. Men> suits from 2.50 per cent up.
800 suits reduced to 5.69. Overcoats from 1.90 up
Our entire stock of wool uuderwear cut very low
Full Hue of heavy aud dress shoes always on
haud. We can save you money on staple dry
goods. Mr. J. H. Crouch is with us and will
cordially welcome his Edgefield frieude.
THE ONE CENT STORE, '
G28 Broad St., AUGUSTA, GA.
READY for BUSINESS
I have JUST OMENED UP a full stock of
Staple and Fancy Groceries^ jj
PLANTATION SUPPLIES, DRY GOODS & NOTIONS. [
I can sell you Good, Brand New goods at Very Rea
eonable prices. Give me a trial aud you will be
couviDced that I eau save you money. - J
L. A. ASHLEY.
r, EtteMfl, S. C.
J. L JANES & COMPANY, \
BRANCH HOUSE A. B. SAXON <jp BRO.,
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xOBOCSRIES AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES
Coru, Oats, Bran/$yrup. We carry a full line of everything
wanted at prices as LoV^s^a^T/wraT-wu^
Give us a trial order. Satisfaction Guarante?a*"^--*
or your Money Refunded without grumbling.
i J. L.JANES & CO.,
1 iou BROAD ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
Are you N Nee
Of Anything In My Line ?
If BO now \3 the time to buy. If you luy for cash it will
be to your interest to
VISIT MY STORE.
TOAKS ! Everything in this
"Vppn 1 line must be sold, and
ATT Ar?nrn mp tl,e buyers :r,ay have
Blankets and Underwear.
All o';bers reduced in the same proportion.
Underwear for all at very low prices.
QI "T|1_Q My Line of silks for this season was
Ol I IvOe far superior to anything usually
shown in Edgefield. There are seme left that can
be bought at very low prices : ( 65'. silks 50 cents.
This does not include our < 'jjc silks 65 cents,
black silks. Come see them. ( $1. silks 90 cents.
M& BOYS CLOTHING
The men and boys shall not be forgotten,so come
right in and let us show you what I can do for you
in this line. I can clothe you from head to font 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
every visit ':o my store profitable to you as well as
to myself. Respectfully,
CHARLIE E. MAY.^
Jan. 6, 1903, f
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