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WEDNESDAY, MAR. 18, 903.
j FOR SALE: Several bushels
of small white peas, commonly
known as lady pea?.
E. J. Minis.
Freeh oyster crackers, snow
flakes, wafers, milk biscuits and
fancy cakes assorted always on
hand. THE PENN DRUG STORE.
SPECTACLES-all kinds and
prices - GEO. F. MIME, Optician.
. FOR SALE: We have just re
ceived a full supply of legal blanks
such as deeds, mortgages real es
t?te, chattel mortgages and rent
. contracts. When in need of them
call at the ADVERTISER office.
Fresh supply of Landreth's gar
den seed just received.
W. E. LYNCH & Co.
Try a bootle of our White Pine
aud Tar for coughs, colds, gtip.etc.
26c per bottle ; every bottle guar
anteed to benefit.
W. E. LYNCH & Co.
If you are not using our teas
and coffees try them once and you
will use no other. For delightful
aroma and flavor they are unsur
passed. Call for our White Star
coffee. THE PENN DRUG STOBE.
To Grow Big Crops of Grain or
Cotton use Armour's Animal Fer
tilizers. For sale by
A. E. & R. C. PADGETT
Buist'i Seed Irish Potatoes, On
ion Si.*te, English Petts, etc.
W. E. LYNCH & Co.
Paint your wagons, buggies and
carriages and oil your harnees. We
can supply the best paint and oil
at reasonable prices.
RAMSEY & JONES.
BOARDERS.-Board for gen
tlemen can bu secured at the Ab
ney place at very reasonable rates.
Apply to Mrs. A. F. PERKINS.
Our stock of harness, saddles,
? bridles, buggy robes aud wnips is
complete. These goods are marked
at prices that will move them.
RAMSEY & JONES.
We waut every housewife in
Edgefield county to know tbat 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 STORE.
Crayon Portraits enlarged from
small pictures of any ki id. Satis
R. H. MIMS.
Call upon us wb?n iu need of
trunks, valises, satchels or dress
suit cases. Wo carry a large as
sortment of these goods with pri
RAMSEY & JONES.
We are headquarters for toilet
soaps, perfumery an! all fancy ar
Jiolotii Y-fi w?assyrt -Ovlgai^*? uuapb
aud perfume from us.
TOTS PENN DRUG STORE.
Along with our large and varied
assortment of china and glassware
^ra carry a beautiful line of cherry
and oak china closets. Call and
ask to see them.
RAMSEY & JONES^.
Air?T^io the hunters, we have
a larg? stock of ?runs, loaded shells
(b'-th black and urookeless pow
der),leggings and every toing that
a bunter needs. Drop in and. let
us show you.
RAMS&Y & JONES.
Now is the time to prepare the
?arly 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
chairs, desks, brass and enameled
irou beds, mattings, rugs, etc., was
never before more complete.
RAMSEY & JONE?.
Just rteeived another car load
of Rock Hill buggies which we are
selling cheaper than ever before
and on very easy terms to good
? RAMSEY &? JONES.
We have the only First-Class
Barbar Shop in Edgefield. Skilled
and courteous barbers always on
baud to serve you. Fresh towels
f?r 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,
Norris Building, near P. 0.
FOR SALE : Three good milch
cows. Apply to IC. H. NICHOLSON.
Bargains 1 Bargains! I The
New York Racket Store is now
closing out all winter goods at
greatly reduced prices. This is a
great opportunity to secure rare
bargains. Call ea^ly and get first
J. W. PEAK.
Use Baldwin's, Swift's, aud Roys
Ur*?, Guanos, good any whore and
everywhere for growing crops.
W. W. ADAMS.
WANTED : Respectable young
women to learn cigar making $6 to
$8 per weak can be made m twe
mouths time. Endorsed by the
ministers of Charleston. Board
secured for girls from the country
AMERICAN CIGAR CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Hare your pictures beaut ?full}
mad at a reasonable cost
ge? assortment of latest moul
gs always on band. I ai sc
e old framos appear new by ia
methods. I can please you
verne a call at my furnitur
>re 1136 Broad str*pt. August?
Timely, Tersely, Truly Told'
Tickets for the minstrel Friday
uight ar?'on sale at the office of
Dr. Geo. F. Yims.
Everybody who kuo.vs Erodio
will go to tiie opera bouse Friday
night to see him snuffle.
Hon. W. It. Parks, of Parks
ville, one of tb" largest property,
owners and leading businoss men
of the.west-?ide made a very hur
ried business trip to Edgefield on
Mr*. Dr. Manly Timmons and
her three children left Thursday
last for Wiuterseat, going by way
of Augusta, to spend several weeks
wi*h Mrs. Timmon's parents Dr.
Timmons arcmpanied them to
Rev. T. ) jrgess preached hie
first sermoi., since entering upou
his duties as prstor, ou Sunday
j morning last. He was greeted by
a largp congregation who listened
attentively to the able discourse
which be delivered.
Mrs. J. A. Holland returned on
Wednesday last after a ?tay of six
w<?eke at Johns Hopkins hospital
under treatment of specialists.
Mrb. Holland has dailv grown
stronger since her return aud we
?rust that ehe will soon be restored
to her former state of health.
Messrs. F. Nicholson and S. K.
Neville, two handsome young
men from Ridge Spring, visited
friends in Edgefield Sunday.
You know though that there are
friends and friends and this visit
was paid to the latter.
Mrs. Eleanor Marsh Bailey left
en Thursday last for Baltimore for
medical treatmeut uuder the world
renowned specialists of Johns Hop
kins hospital. We trust that she
will be greatly benefitted as have
man}7 others who have gone from
Edgefield to this famous sanatar
After spending several weeks
with Mrs L. S.Sossamau,of Egan,
Ga., Mrs. Susan Branson Hill re
turned on Saturday last, stopping,
while in Edgefield, with Mrs. B.
B. Jonee. On Sunday Mrs. Hill
went to the home of her pareuts
near Cleora. Her many friends
regret that the sta)' in Edgefield
was so short.
Mrs. Fannie Tillmau Fuller,
third daughter nf the late Col.
Geo. D. Tillman, died at her rr.ree
at Mountville, S. C. on Saturday
afternoon last. She leaves a little
four-year-old daughter and huB
baud who is a prominent physi
cian of Laureus county. Mre.
Mamie Tillman atteuded the fu
neral-, which took place at Mount
ville ou Monday.
Arter uue consideration the offi
cials of the mill decided to change
the pay day of the mill foin Satur
day to Thursday. In future the pay
day will.be every other Thursday.
This will curtail the Saturday
debauchery that some have been
in the hahit^f^ga^g^a'QQ' pfty j
What is known among the stu
dents of the' S. C. C. I. as the mas
querade ball was held in th*1 acad
emy on Friday evening la6t.
This annual ball is the crowning
social event of each session and is
the perpetual topic of conversation
among the stucl-nts. Every at
tendant, whether teacber or pupil,
is required to be masked. Th ?
ball or party given last Friday
night was pronounced ono of the
moatphasaut ever held. After
several hours of fun -nd frolic
all were unmasked and partook of
tht? delicacies thar, had been so
bountifully prepared for the oc
casion. "After the ball is over"
the 8tud6uts look forward to the
annual May picnic.
A BOY'S WI [YD RIDE FOR LIFE.
With family around expecting
him to die, aud son riding Jor life,
18 miles to get Dr. Kiug's New Dis
covery for consumption, coughs
and coldp, W. H. Brown, of Lees
ville, Iud., endured death'sagonies
from aetbma; bul this wonderful
medicine gave instant relef aud
soon cured him. He writes: "I
uow sleep soundly every night."
Like-marvelous cures of consump
colds and grip prove its matchless
merit for all throat and luug trou
bles. Guaranteed bottles 50c and
$1.00. Trial bottles free at The
Penn Drug Store.
The courteous and efficient local
agent of the Southern railway, Mr.
C. J. Derrick, was confined to ' ie
home several days laf-t week on ...re
count of sickness. His place was
filled by Mr. H. A. Wist, of Cam
Rheumatism ?B caused by an ex'
cess of uric aud lactic acids in the
blood. Rheumacide, the grea
blood purifier, laxative and tonic
cures the disease by driving tin
acids out of the blood. At drug
Although Fred Faust plays thi
deacon, he, at times, is eh'ifllinj
and shooting "craps" on the sly
Be eHire to see him at the open
house Friday night.
Do not buy Eye Glasses as yoi
weuld a paper of pins but havi
your eyes examined scientifically
and a gloss ground for each eye.
GEO. F. WIMS,
S\rift\i, Bil iel ^ ii '?. & P" r'
.rj Air? Ci-'Kw. S?*d
W. \Y . AjjAHir.
ro The Thinking Thousands
New gooda are being daily un
packed at Mr. J. E. Hart's store.
? Watch bis space next week.
We are hippy.to state that Mr.
aud Mrs. J. R. Cautel.'iu are rap
idly recovering from their recent
B. E. Nicholson, Esq., went over
Ito Augusta Friday last on busi
ness. Whil6 in the city he pure* as
ed a very nice horse to be used in
the freight and delivery service of
The Penn Drug Store.
Mr. John W. Logan, of Phoenix,
formerly o? Edgefield county, com
mitted suicide cn Wednesday last
by shooting himself in the temple
with a pistol. Ill health is said to
have been the cause of the desper
Short-but to the poiut. I en
close check in settlement of am
ount due , n advertisement, jam
more than satisfied with results.
CouBider my coDtract renewed for
another year." This is from one
of our regular advertisers, which
shows the drawing power of adver
tisements placed in our columns.
Mr. J. W. Pearce has been spen
ding several days in Edgefield
with hi6 sister, Mrs. J. H. Cante
lou. For a uum ber of years prior
to its rpceut dissolution Mr. Pearce
was head salesman of the firm of
Coskery cfc Hunter, of Augusta.
He ?B now employed by the new
firm, T. \ Coskery, Jr., & Co.
One of the most enjoy&blo so
cial functions of the season was
the "flinch" party given by Mis?
Linie MimR on Friday evening last.
The liflt of guests embraced noarly
all of Edgefield's young people.
There were seven tables and around
each sat four players. Although
most of them were novices at the
game many played with surprising
adeptness. After all were surfeited
with the games, delightful refresh
ments were served. The hours of
the evening were very pleasantly
spent by all present.
The appointment of Capt. W. H.
Brunsou as postmaster of Edge
field which was sent to the senate
about a week ago was confirmed on
Friday last. This gallaut survivor
of the Lost Cause whose scars bear
witness tn the prominent and ac
tive part he took in the defense ot
houor, home and country can now
rest upon his oars. There is no
longer danger of hi3 being cup
pi an ted by a Mi.onie Cox, Crum or
??iue other dusky chum of Teddy's
for nt least two or more years.
Mr. Will Lott, a handsome and
most excellent young business
man of Johnston, who has been
travelling ior several months in
the interest of large manufactur
ru ?f buivenuu^ ?nacnmery. cut
his cards BO he'would not be ex
cluded from Edgefield on Sunday
last by quarantine regulations.
He, of course, did it so he would
not be deprived the pleasure of
a visit tuJjrfS-^ister. Mrs. W. JU
.Cog?urn, with whom he spent the
minor part of the day but the ma
jor part he spent with-some
body's else sister..
Although reared in the quiet
easy-going village of Edgefield.
"the loveliest of the plain," Mr.
J. Frank Fair ou entering the
busy marts of Atlauta several yearB
ago adapted himself to the con
ditions ae he found thora, imbib
ing fme!y the restless, go-ahead.
-very-man-for-himR^lf spirit tba'
obtains there. Since accepting
his first, position in the Gate City
his course has been one of advance
ment and promotion, his last
achievement being the promotion
to the position of secretary and
treasurer, also a director, of the
concern for which he is working.
.Frauk richly deserves this and
more. Mark it, he has not yet
reached the meridian of his career
in the commercial world. When
an Edgefield boy sets his head he
is going to the top of the ladder
aud all others may as well stand
FEARFUL ODDS AGAINST HIM.
Bedridden, alone and destitute.
Such, in brief was the condition of
an old soldier by name of J. J.
Havens, Versailles, 0. For years
be was troubled with kidney dis
ease and neither doctors nor medi
cines gave him relief. At length
he tried Electric Bitters. It put
him on his feet in short order and
now he testifies. "I'm on the road
to complete recovery." Boston
earth for liver and kidney trou
bles and all forras of stomach and
bowel complaints. Ouly 50c.
Guaranteed by THE PENN DRUG
Thu wami weather that we are
having is a menace to the fruit
crop. The buds of plum and peach
trees are swelling and, if favorable
weather continuos, many of them
will te full blowu in a surpris
ingly short time.
EVERY CHURCH ?
institution supported by voluntarj
contribution will be given a liber
al quantity of the Lougman &
Martinez Pure Paints vvbenevei
NOTE : Have done so for twenty
??even years. Sales: Tens of mil
li<?ns of gallons; painted nearly
t,vo million houses underguarantoi
to repaint if not satisfactory: Th
paint wears for periods up to eigb
teen years. Linseed Oil must b
added to the paint, (done in twi
minutes). Actual cost then abou
jil 25 ?. pul Ion. Stamping free. Soli
I Jv our A:, ii!-.-. Th* I/WIU Dru?
I Mi?? Minnie Lanham entertain
ed a number of her friends very
pleasantly at tea on Monday night
The home of Rev. and Mrs. Geo.
W. Davis was brightened by the
arrival of a little son on Sunday
After spending a fortnight in
Edgefield Mrs. Carrie Miller and
little ones returned to Greenwood
on Saturday last.
Every body in Edgefield will
enjoy the jokes to be heard in the
opera house Friday uight. Th y
are veritable sidesplittere. You
can't afford to miss them.
Dr. W. H. Timmermao, presi
dent of the First National Bank, of
Batosburg, and Mr. Jno. C. Caugh
man, father of Cashier J. L. Caugh
man, were in Edgefield yesterday
in attendance upon the annuli
meeting of the stockholders cf the j
Mr. M. E. Sherfesee, of Charles
ton, representing the Geimaria
Life Insurance company, of New
York, visited Edgsfield se verni
days last week in the interest of
his cou ny. After working
Edgefit ae went to Saluda, ac
companied by Dr. F. W. P. Butbr
who is the examining physician fir
Look up the Corner Store's ai
verti8ement in the comer of t!e
APVIRTISER and read of the maty
new and beautiful shirt waist re
tenais that Mr. Turner is offc
ing. Next week he will tell abo.t
all the beautiful things iu kn
store. Watch his space, it w:l
The New York Racket Store s
ready for 'he spring weather ad
the spring shoppers. Read M.
Peak's advertisement which 'ap
pears iu d-tail this week in or
columns. All departments of tb
store, dry goods, clothing, shoe,
hats and notions, are filled wit
the newest things to be had. Ca.
at the Racket S'ore and see wit!
your own eyes the many beautify
tilings that are displayed there..
At the regular monthly confe
euee of the Baptist church on Su
day morning last five persoB
united with the church hy lett?, 1
namely : Mrs. J. F. Killebre,
Mr. W. E. Dobey, Miss Lizz>
Dobey, and Mr. and Mrs. N. 1
Brun8on. The following at the
onn request were granted lette
of dismissiou : Mrs. Aunie Ree* ,
Yon and Mr. and Mrs. W. J
Notwithstanding the light ciir
?nal docket much time has bei
consumed indisposing of the fr
The Su e vs Will Shipes and. ,
J. McCoy, arson, was called r
trial on Tuesday of last week t !
was with great difficulty tb,;
jury was selected. The tes^11011? (
was all in on both sides b* Thurs
till Monday on account of the deah
of the mother of a juror, Mr. W
A. Crawford, of Plumbranch. /]
On Monday the case was resumed
Very able arguments were,_m^a1e*ol"
_So 1 ic,itor ThuXJ&i?i?~~^c\ S. M j
Smith.Ei?q., for the State and b;,
S. McG. Simkins Esq., for the de*
fence. After the judge's charge
the jury retired to the room late ir^
the afternoon, remained all night
and have failed to agree upon al
verdict up to this writing, one
Court of Common Pleas convened
on Tuesday morniug. The first
case called was Butler Abney vs
Southern railway. Messrs.Simkins
and Smith appeared for plaintiff
and Messrs. Abney & Thompson
fur defence. As we go to press,
Tuesday afternoon, the court is
still engaged with this case.
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK?
Kidney Trouble Makes Toa Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news
papers ia sure to know of the wonderful
cures made by Dr.
i Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
j the great kidney, liver
y'.d bladder remedy.
It is the great medi
cal triumph of the nine
teenth century; dis
covered after years ol
scientific research b>
Dr. Kilmer, the emi
nent kidney and blad
der specialist, and i:
wonderfully successful in promptly curing
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou
bles and Bright's Disease, which is the wors
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 fount
Just the remedy you need, lt has been teste?
in so many ways, in hospital work, in privati
practice, among the helpless too poor to pur
chase relief and has proved so successful ii
every case that a special arrangement ha;
been made by which all readers of this pape
who have not already tried it, may have i
sample bottle sent free by mail, also a bool
telling more about Swamp-Root and how ti
find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble
When writing mention reading this jenerou
offer in this paper and
send your address to ?
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing-1
hamton, N. Y. The
regular fifty cent and Home of swamp-Root
I dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.
Hunters will soon have to ca
off their dogs and lay aside the:
guns. April 1st is fixed by law ?
the close of the hunting season.
WHAT IS LIFE ?
In the last analysis noboc
knows, but we do know that it
under strict law. Abuse the la
ever slightly, puin result?. Irregi
lar living means derangement i
the organs, resulting in constip
tion, headache or liver trouble. D
King's New Life Pills quickly r<
adjusts this. It's gentle, yet vei
thorough. Only 25 cents at Tl
Penu TVug Store.
To CURE A ColD IH ONE DAV
Take Lnxtive Bromo Quinine Tab!?
AH druggists refund thf tconry. if
rails to cure. E.W. Grove's sign
ture is Qi) each box. 2? ce (its.
THE OLD RELIABLE
THERE ZS NO SUBSTITUTE
Where to Worship.
Rev. P. B. Lanham will preach
at Mt. Zion on Sunday morning
Rev. J. T. Miller will preach ai
Barr's chapel on Sunday morning
Rev. P. P. Blalock will preach
in our Baptist church ou Sunday
morning and evening next.
Rev. Geo. W. Dav:'; will preach
at Trenton on Sunday morning
next and at Edgefield in the even
Rev. T. P. Burgess will preach
at Johnston on Sunda)' morning
next and at Trenton in the after
Rev. L. B. White will preach at
Antioch on Sunday morning next:
and at Horn's Creek tjn the after-|l
noon at 3 o'clock.
Mrs. Berrien Walker and her
children arrived from Beaufort on
Sunday last to take up their resi
dence among us. They are stopp
ing with Mrs. D. R. Durisoe until
their furniture is unpacked and
placed in tue Penn mansion which
they are to occupy. All Edgefield
BxtPnds a cordial welcome to Mr.
and Mrs. Walker and family.
The walking sick, what
a crowd of them there are:
Persons who are thin and
weak but not sick enough
to go to bed.
"Chronic cases" that's
what the doctors call them,
which in common English
To stop the continued
r?ss of rle^K *T^" "~tA
Sett's emulsion. Forthe
beling of weakness they
need Scott's Emulsion.
rives new life to the weak
Scott's Emulsion gets
thin and weak persons out
of the rut. It makes new,
rich blood, strengthens the
nerves and gives appetite
ror ordinary food.
Scott's Emulsion can be
laken as long as sickness
lasts and do good all the
. There's new strength
nd flesh in every dose.
We will be glad
to send you a few
Be sure that this picture in
the form of a label is on the
wrapper of every bottle of
Emulsion you buy.
SCOTT & BOWNE,
409 Pearl St., N. Y.
50c. and $11 all druggist*.
)Thereis much fun in si ore for
tbse who attend the minstrel
ui!im Jim and the Hoodoo," to be
gi'en by the Minstrel Club of
tr} S. C. C. I. in the opera house
B, E. Nicholson,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
: U^Trompt and4 Careful at
tention to Business. Office
OVER BANK of EDGEF? ELD
?JUST THINK OF IT.
O er loo BICYCLES
Tn stock, and must be sold.
"Will ship any of the follow
ing with privilege of examin
40, RAMBLERS, new, at $30 each.
27?EAGLES, new, at $25.00 each,
2 CRESCENT chainlesss $30each,
40plightly shop worn $10 to $2c
eadh,'all makes. Write for de;
scrjption. Our shop is largest anc
beit equipped shop in 6tate. Buil
especially for this business. W<
oan give you first class work foi
saine you would have to pay foi
inferior. We pay express oneway
on ?til work sent us. Pistol Cart
ridges and guns for sale.
J. I. CHIPLEY.
Mr. H. M. Kearsey, of Augusta,
spent several days in Edgefield
last week on business. Mr. Kear
sey stated to us that it was his de
sire and purpose to return toEdge
fiold with his family and locate
here permanently before manv
years come and go. He has many
friends in Edgefield who sincerely
hope that he will act upon this
desire before the lapse of years.
Subscriber For 53 Years.
We were honored last week with
a visit from one of Saluda county's
most representative citizens, Mr.
F. E. Rinehart. Notwithstanding
the fact that he has reached hi?
three score and ten milo post on
life's journey he is now younger
and more aotive in mind and body
than many who are twenty years
his junior-far younger than his
great nephew, Dr. Robt. A. Marsh.
For 53 years he has been a sub
scriber to the ADVERTISER which
doubtless is the oldest subscription
on our books. Mr. Rinehart is a
delightful conversationalist. He
?elated many reminisencesof "ye
olden times" so entertainingly that
we bade him adieu with much re
of E?peflel?, s.s.
Annual statement of the condi
tion of the Farmers Bank of Edge
3?ld at the close of business, March
16tb, 1901 :
Sank B'l'ding and Fixtures 4,040 00
Seal Estate (90 acres). 71 00
'a* h in Banks. il.762 73
Jath ia Vault. 14,686 06
Tota?, ... $243,371 67
'aid up Capital. $ ?8,000 00
iurplua. 12,000 00
)i?idtnd? paid, 1903,. :_ 4,640 00
Jndivided Profits. 6,815 56
ndividual Deposits. 121,916 ll
Jills Payable. 40,600 00
Total, - - - $213,871 67
?tate of South Carolica,
County of Edgefield.
I, J. L. Caughmac, Cashier of
he Farmers Bank of Edgefield, do
olemnly swear that the above is a
rue and correct statement to the
est of my knowledge and belief.
J. L. CAUGHMAN.
Sworn to before me this 16th
ay of March, 1903.
E. H. FOLK, (L. 8.)
Notary Public S. C.
We, W. F. Roath, Thomas H.
Gainsford and Edwin H. Folk, a
Drum it tee of Directors, have count
J the cash, examined the booki
nd accounts and find them prop
rly kept and the above statement
W, F. ROATH, J
' A sallow complexion, dizziness,*!
biliousness ana a coated tongue Jj
are common indications of liver 1
and kidney diseases. Stomach and
bowel troubles, severe as they axe,
five immediate warning by pain,
ut liver and kidney troubles,
though less painful at the start, are
much harder to cure. Thedford's
Black-Draught never fails to bene
fit diseased fiver and weakened kid
neys. It stirs up the torpid liver
to throw off the germs of fever and
ague. It is a certain preventive
of cholera and Bright's disease of
the kidneys. With kidneys re
inforced by Thedford's Black
Draught thousands of persons have
dwelt immune in the midst of yel
low fever. Many families live in
perfect health and have no other
doctor than Thedford's Black
Draught. It is always on hand for
use in an emergency and saves
many expensive calls of a doctor.
Mullins, S. C., March 10, I?0I.
1 have used Thedford's Black-Draught
for thru years and I have not hadto t?o
to a doctor since I have been taking lt
lt ls the best medicine for me that is
on the market for liver and kidney
troubles and dyspepsia and other
complaints. Rev. A G. LEWIS.
I have Opened a Brand
I New Stock of the best
fancy s heavy
in the store Next Door to
the Beer Dispensary.
Give me a Call.
I Guarantee Low Prices.
J. I 0WD0M,
805 Broad Street.
W B. YOUNG, - - - - President
I. G. WEIGLE, - - - * Cartier
SAVINGS ACCOUTS SOLICITED
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? THE FARMERS BANK |
J OF EDGEFIELD S- C. ?
STATE AND GOUNTY DEPOSITOS!.
= THC LARGEST AND STRONGEST BANK IK EDGEFIELD COUNTY jjjf
I Paid uv Capital.f 58,000.00 I
I Surplus and, Undividedrofi. 15,000.00 S
I Liability of Stockholders. 58,000.00 5
5 admi?istrator and executor, and to accept and execute trusts generally. | R
= A. E. PADGETT, President T. I1 RAINSFORD Vice-Pres 2
= J. L. CAUGHMAN, Cashier. 'S ? tj ? ; W. H. IIARLING, Asst.-Cashier. 1
I have purchased a very
large stock of Spring Mil
linery which is *v*
ARRIVING DAILY. "
My Ready-to-Wear Hats
will ?be displayed on the
14th, and my Dress Hats
will be ready by the last of
March. Do not purchase
your Easter Hat until you
call and inspect my beau
tiful line of hats and trim
mings. I extend you a
cordial invitation to" come
into Mr. C. E. May's store
: where my store is located.
READY for BUSINESS
I have JUST OPENED UP a full stock of
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES, DRY GOODS & NOTIONS.
I can sell you Good, Brand New goods at Very Rea
sonable prices. Give me a trial and you will be
convinced that I can save you money. -
L. A. ASHLEY.
i S- C.
\u. L. o/tnLO & VWmfl
BRANCH HOUSE A. B..
T $ B^O.,
GROCERIES AND PLANTATIO SUP!
Corn, Oats, Bran, Syrup. We carry a fall line of everything
wanted at prices as LOW AS THE LOWEST and if possible lower.
Give us a trial order. Satisfaction Guaranteed
or your Money Refuuded without grumbling.
J. L. JANES & CO.,
IOU BROAD ST..
We are very busy showing
and making sales, but will try
to get time by next week to
tell you through these col
umns of some good things
My stock is very complete
in all departments and the
PRICES are RIGHT.
I highly appreciate your
trade and will give satisfaction.
O. EX MAY
March 17, 1903.
TO ?ell your OLD GOLD or SILVER
that yo? do not want. Send it to me
and get the CASH. I am paying HIGH
PRICES for antique silver in good con
dition, from a spoon to a tea sei
B D. NUITZ, 603 H. Entaw St., Bal
timore,Md.,dealer in Antique silver.etc
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ure a Cold in One Day
In Two Days.