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WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 1903.
I desire to inform the Edgefield
people that I handle only choice
beef at my marfcet and never buy or
kill grass fed cattle. ' Not being
able to find first class beef cattle
near here. I have just purchased
a lot in Augusta which I drove to
Edgefield. Tb.ny cost more of
course but I sell at the same price.
Your patronage is solicited.
H. H. SANDER?.
Fresh oyster crackers, snow
flakes, wafers, milk biscuits and
fancy cakes assorted always on
haud. THE PENN DRUG STORE.
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, gnp.etc.
. 25c per bottle; every bottle guar
anteed to benefit.
W. E. LYNCH & Co.
If you are Lot using our teas
ami 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 STORE.
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
eau supply the best paint and oil
at reasonable prices.
RAMSEY & JONES.
Do not buy Eye O lasses as you
would a paper of pius but have
your eyes examined scientifically
and a glass ground for each eye.
GEO. F. MIMS,
Our stock of harness, saddles,
bridles, buggy robes aud whips is
complete. These 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
. eacies that tempt and satisfy the
appetites of mortals.
* THE PENN DRUG STORE.
t Crayon Portraits enlarged from
?mall pictures of any kind. Satis
. R. H. MIMS.
Call upon us when in need of
trunks, valises, satchels or dress
.nit cases. Wo carry a large as
lortmeut of these goods with pri
RAMSEY & JONES.
We are headquarters for toilet
soaps, perfumery an l all fancy ar
ticles. You can get Colgate's soaps
and perfume from us.
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
??jtoggjgith our large and varied
tssorTme?Toi^Gina anri glassware
we carry a beautiful line of cbern
and oak china closets. Call anc
ask to see thurn.
RAMSEY & JONES.
? word to the huuters, wo hav<
a large stock of guns, loaded shelli
fV4h black sud smokeless pow
a?r),leggings and every toing thal
a bunter needs. Drop in and le
us show you.
RAMSAY & JONES.
Now is the time to prepare tb<
early garden. We can supply yoi
with fresh seed of all varieties
Large assortment of Buist,s garder
seed just received. The PENI
Our stock of wagons, buggies
b*d-room sets, tables, rockin]
chaire, desks, brasa and enamelei
iron beds, mattings, rugs, etc., wa
never before more complete.
RAMSEY & JONES.
Just received another car Io:,
of Rock Hill buggies which we ai
selling cheaper than ever be for
and ou very easy terms to goo
RAMSEY & JONES.
A LOVE LETTER
Would not iuterest vou if you'i
looking for a guaranteed Salve f<
sores, burns or piles. Otfo Dodd, <
Ponder, Mo, writes: "I suffere
with an ugly sore for a year but
box of Buckler's Arnica Sah
cured me. It's the best Sal vi; c
earth. 25c at The Penn Dn
ANY CHURCH or parsonage
institution supported by volunta
contribution will be given a libe
al quantity of the Lougman
Martinez Pure Paints wheuev
NOTE: Have done so for tvrent
seven years. Sales: Tens of m
Huns of gallons; painted near
U'O million houses under guaran t
to repaint if not satisfactory : T
paint wears for periods up to eig
teen years. Linseed Oil must
added to the paiut. (done in fr
minutes). Actual cost then abc
$1.25 a gallon. Samples free. Sc
by our Agents, The Penn Dr
Ffif Horses, Cattle ar?d Ho
w..B. W*OH & CC
Timely, Tersely, Truly Toldr
Mr. B Li Jones made a business
trip to Augusta on Thursday his?.
Miss Virginia Addison visited
friends at Johnstou on Friday last.
Mr. J. Berrien Walker spent last
week ?D Atlantn, returning on Sat
Messrs. N. G.Evans and S.McG
Simkiii8 went ov*r to Johnston on
legal business on Saturday last.
Rev. T. P. Burgess will preach
at Trenton on Sunday moruingnext
and at Johnston in the evening.
Mrs. Foreman, of Ellenton, is
visiting her daughters in Buncom
be, Mesdames C. J. Ashley and M.
Miss Lula Jones, one of the pret
tiest of Ridge Spring's belles, speut
last week iu Edgefield with her
cousin, Miss Heleu Sheppard.
Mr. J. B. Haltiw:mgnr is not
wearing such a a n, lonesome look i
as he did some days ago. Mrs. Hal
tiwauger returned on Friday la?>t
from Anderson after a two weeks
It is not infrequently the case:
that Prof. W. P. Coker steals away
fo Leesville to epend Saturday and
Suuday He spent Saturday and
Sunday last in that city. Rtimor
has it that he has a dear friend
Uncle Nick Brimson has bad
watermelons up two weeks and
Brother Trapp McManus has 1000
hills up and has planked 2250 bills
more. Can you blam< us for claim
ing kin with them ?
i While Hon. J. C. Sheppard and
Capt. N. G. Evans, wereattending
i court in Greenwood last week they
won a very important case for the
C. (fe W. C. railroad. It wasa
damage suit for $10,000.
The first of the series of enter
tainments to be given bj' the la
dies of our Presbyterian church
will be a musicale, on Monday af
ternoon and evening nexuat the
home of Mrs. Kate Lyucb. Ad
mirion 10 cents, refreshments 15
cents. Children will be admitted
free. Encourage tbobO ladies in
their noble work by your atten
The Southern railroad bas en
gaged Contractor Twigg?, of Au
gusta, to fill Pace's trestle on the
Gap road, two miles below Tren
tou. This trestle, being many
huudred yards in length and its
extreme height 60 feet, will rpquiro
a great quantity of earth, 80,000
cubic yards, to fill it Until this
is done the heavy rock trains wiil
go by way of Wnrrenvillc.
Mrs. E. J. Minis, as a delegate,
from the Woman's Mission society
of our Methodist church, attended
j tue missionary confer?.?ce of th<
r Columbia district that convouec
I at JohustoD on Saturday and Suu
day last. Miss Sanders, who hai
been a co-laborer of Miss Jun?
Nicholson, having just returnee
* from China,honoredthe couventiot
i with her preseuco which was at
* inspiration to all. Miss Sander/
t rs now spending several days wit!
t Mrs. Elizabeth Nicholson at Cedai
Actual work,thal is, preparatory
3 work, has beguu at the quarry
i Tho railroad has put in the scalei
* for weighiug the heavy cars o
i rock and the track from the mail
line to the quarry is bein? rapidl;
laid on the old bed. ' Doubtles
machinery will be placed at ouc
and the work of pumping the wate
from the pits will begin. " Tbif.
says one who witnessed this opera
ton before, will require naarly
nonth^ However, in that tim
everything else can be made read
and work proper will begin. FOL
or five thousand cords of woo
will be consumed in 12 monthi
Where is it to come from ?
The officers and teachers of tt
Baptist Sunday school have d<
cided to give the members of tl
school a picnic , at an early da;
On Sunday morning last a con
mittoe was appoiuted to select tl
time and place, also to make a
necessary arrangements .therefo
It has been suggested that tv
coaches be chartered for the pu
pose of taking the entire school
Aiken for the picnic as was doi
some years ago. No details ha1
yet been arranged but it is qui
certain that the picnic will !
There are many in Edg'-fie
who will regret that Mr. C.
Burton will in a short time sev
his connection with Ilia mill ai
return with his family to his ft
mer home in North Carolin
He has always been popular wi
the sub-officials and operators
the ni!! ?nd has made ma
friends during bis sojourn
Edgefield. Mr. Burton will
succeeded by Mr.-Price w
visited Edgefield several mont
ago with Mr. D. A. Tompkins,
car of Mr. Price's household effe?
has already arrived.
Mr. E. J. Norris, who is selli
more up-to.date machinery
these paits than has been pre'
ously S}ld for a great number
years, created a sensation on <
streets Saturday afternoon by
ing a traction engine which
had just received and, with Mr.
R. Spancer in charge, pulling I
threshing machines from the de
to the rear of his ellice. Aftei *
ing how easily it glide?? ah
drawing the heavy I iad otic d
not wonder at their being ni
generally used than formerly.
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAK
When you take G rove's Tasteless C
'runic because the formula is pla
printfd on every bottle; showing
it is simply Iron and Quinine
tasteles form. No cure no pay 5(
Po The Thinking Thousands1
I Mr. rind M rp. W' B. Cogburn
J spent Sunday Jast nt Johnston.
Hon. Geo. W. Croft of Aiken,
wa3 in Edgpfield on legal business
on Saturday last.
Rev. J. T. Miller will preach at
Dotban on Sunday morning next
and at Clark'c Hill in the afternoon
Rev. Geo. W. Datis will preach
in our Methodist church on Sun
day morning next and at Trenton
in the afternoon.
Mrs. M. B. Faut,of Campobello,
S. C. has 1 een spending some
time with her sister, Mrs. Ida
Mr. W. H. Dorn spent Monday
and Tuesday of this week with hie
father and mother, Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. Dorn,.ofC?lestia.
Eager and anxious eyes daily
watch the papers for the long
lookcd-for supreme court decision.
Not a word can be heard from it.
S. McG. Simkins, Esq., went to
Langi ey o? Thursday last in the
interest of a client who has brought
suit against the Aiken-Augusta
electric road for injuries received.
Dr. J. G. Tompkins went down
to Augusta on Thursday last to ac
company Mr. H. A. Smith from
the hospital to bis home. Mrs.
Smith also returned with him.
It is a source of gratification to
Mr. Smith's friends to know that
he is improving rapidly.
It never pays to put seed of any
kind in the ground when tho sea
eou is not propitious. Some of
the farmers in the sandy portion
of our county have had to plow up
and replant the cotlon that was
planted very early. Seed are al
ways hard lo procure for a second
planting. We have been inform
ed that in some cased leceutly. 50
cents per bushel was paid for
The writer has been informed
thal the superintendent of the
quarry sought a home in our town
for his family and finding none
?or rent leased a house in Trenton
tora period of five years. This ir
indicative of two things: First,
that additional houses should be
built in our town for rent, second,
that this lease by the superinten
dent for five years is proof posi
tive that the quarry will be work
ed thal long or longer.
The Wages family, of Atlanta,
will give an entertainment in the
npi ra house on Tuesday evening
uext. It will consist of recitations,
V0C6.1 and instrumental music by
four children of '5, 8, 10 and 14
years of age, all of whom are na
tural ii usicians. They have de
lighted and charmed many large
Uti&fm&s: ^flio?? tino hear' them
j will bc highly entertained.
Friday and Saturday being the
3 1st and 2nd days of the month,
? "rasbuu" day, our streets were to
I 6ome extent crowded with people,
i It is no exaggeration to say that
) many tons of ll ceut3 bacon and
' 75 cents meal, all of which could
have been produced at home, were
haul jd away from town. If you
have such necessities to buy al
ways buy them from Edg?fi;ld
merchants for they will sell to you
as cheap as any market, but what
we urge is to make these neceesi
ties'athome and not bj dapendenl
upon the west for them.
Messrs. J. H. Allen, B. E. Nich
olson and E. J. Mims should recei
ve the thanks of our entire com
munity for the very successful
maumu* in which they have man
aged the lyceum for the seasoi
just closed. Five very high dasi
entertaiumeuts, all of which al
most without exception haye beer
thoroughly enjoyed by th 9 largi
audieuces, have, through the effort
of these gentlemen, been fumishec
to the Edgefield public. The ly
ceum course has not only beei
entertaining but has been th
means of cultivating and elevatinj
the tastes of those who at'ended.si
that the inferior and cheap attract
ions are no longer populai
Progress has Leen made ; good ha
Rev. Mr. R. A. Yongus, wh
for the past week has preached e
earnestly aud faithfully in ou
Methodist church, has been weigl
ed in the balances and bas n<
been found wanting. His create
endowed him with many taleni
and, like the faithful steward, Y
has improved them all to the gloi
of God. Mr. Yonguc has preacl
ed the Word in a plain, practici
and forcible manner, pressing
home upon his hearers by simp
illustrations, of which he has
ready and inexhaustible stor
Under his preaching the enti:
membership has been spiritual
awakened and quickened and tl
following have united with tl
church: Miss Emmie dirtied)
and Mr. Lewis Covar.
The meeting will probably clo
with this evenings services.
Th a annual S. C. C. I. pier
for so lo ig the source of delightf
anticipation to the student bo<
is now a pleasant recollectio
On Friday 5 last everything
wheels that was obtainable w
pressed into service to carry t
Ir.rge crowd lo Centre Spring, t
ideal sf ot for picnics. Af
reaching the pavillisn those wh(
Cupid did not "pair off" engag
in various g?ines that made I
hours puss so quietly tl
F r i cl ? y last was !
shortest day of the year. A pici
dinner ?nd delightful r?*fr?s?nu,i
ts were served. The happv ihr*
in returning in, the iifterri'
formed one large pr c-Fsion, si
ing ''Rock Col Bailey in the ]
Arin Chair," They are very grt
ful for the day's pleasant outi
MisB Johnuie Sanders, who has
biPn laborirg in Shanghai China,
with Miss June Nicholson, wili
give]a detailed report or account of
her work on the foreign field in
our Methodist church this after
noon at 4 o'clock. Everybody in
Edgefir ld should hear her,
Of Monday's Musicale to be Ren
dered at Mrs Lynch's.
It has been deemed best to post
pone the musicale from Friday
next to the following Monday,
10th at 8:30 p. m. Following ii
the programme :
Miss Julia Anderson-Reading.
Miss Julia Tompkins-Music.
Miss Sallio May Tillman--Song
Miss Ruth Fuller-Recitation.
Miss Lillie Sheppard-Music.
Mr. B. E. Nicholson-Reading.
Miss Sallio May Tillman-Song
Mr. and Mrs. Cobb-Soug.
Mr. T. P. Burgess-Spice.
Miss Nina Ouzts-Music.
Miss Sallie May Tillman-Song.
Beginning at 5 o'clock p. m. re
freshments will be served. Dime
Reading begins at 8:30 p. m.
LOST: A heavy plain
gold ring. The finder will be
suitably rewarded if said ring
is returned to this office
The first Monday's crowd
was conspicuos for its absence
This indicates that folks are
Bear in mind the entertain
ment in the opera house on
Tuesday evening next by the
The little folks of the Kin
dergarten will be given a de
lightful picnic on Friday next
at Pine Hill, the home ol
their beloved teacher, Miss
Mr. M A Taylor announ
ces this week his prices and
the scheduleof his ice wagons.
His prices are ver)' reason
able and his schedule very ac
Two drummers came from
Johnston Monday afternoon
and stated on arriving ir
Edgefield that about twe
miles west of Johnston the
hail in the road was 12 inches
deep and that the furrows ir
the fields were filled. This
was related not as a drum
mer's yarn but as a postiv?
The Southern Baptist con?
vention will convene in Savan
i n?n to-morrow and those wh
will attend from the Edgefiel
association so far as we ca
learn are: Revs. P. B. Lar
ham P. P. Blalock, G. H
Burton, J. T. Littlejohn, I
B. White, Col. F. N. K
Bailey and Messrs L, F
Dorn and J. L. Mims.
On Sunday last Mr Wi
lace Sheppard was taken su
denly very ill Upon exan
nation his physicians state
that he had appendicitis A
this writing he is restin
much easier and it is not pi
bable that an operation will t
necessary We hope for h
That Edgefield is to ha**
another large mercantile coi
cern is a fact; that amp
capital has been raised is
fact; that the Swearingc
building has been purchase
and will be occupied b) tl
new business is a fact, but b
yond these meagre tacts no
ing postive has been giv<
out. All plans have not ful
, Remember that the titi
folks of the Kindergarten a
to have their entertainment <
Friday evening, May 15
So many gooJ things are
store for the audience ?
time and space would fail
enumerate them Let
.oters come and be c
vinced of some of the ben
cal results of Kindergart
training, and all lovers of t
great work come and s
their faith and hopes reward
tn an abundant fruition
Rev S A Cowan, of Atl
ta, arrived in Edgefield
Saturday last and remair
till Wednesday, d?parti
then to the convention in
winnah. This gifted yoi
man who completed his se
nary course only two ye
ago is destined to becomt
leader and a power in
chosen field. Dr S
Jameson, the State Miss
Secretary of Georgia, has s
that he would deeply reg
the loss of Mr Cowan she
he cltcide to leave Ada
He preached two very a
sermons in our Baptist chu
on Sunday last which ms
almo.st without except
very favorable impressi
upon those who heard
As yet the church has ta
THE O LO REUABL6
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTS
Miss Mary Winn, of Rehoboth,
and her friend, Miis Jackson, whc
is teaching near Rehoboth, spent
Saturday and Suuday at the hem?7
of the former's undo, Mr. Eb Rey
Your Spring SUI1
All are here awaiting you. 1
Clothing, Hats ind Furnishin
shown. The suitings surpass
beauty, style and durability,
able, in fact they can't be dupl
cbandise in tbe city. Our C
sends us to the front in barga
vince you of the above facts.
J. B. wm
Spot Cash Clothing St<
I keep a finit class market in the
Parker Building. Choice fresh
meats always on hands at reason
able prices. I will also sell ICE.
Car load will arrive in a few days.
Your patronage solicited.
J. W. CRIM.
Simons tor Relief.
State of South Carolina,
County of Edgefield.
eurt of Common Pleas.
F. B. Grier,
Mn. Mattie C. Williams, James R
Williams, The British and Amer
ican Mortgage Company-Lim
ited, and Dr. R. C. Mayson,
(Complaint not served.)
To the Defendants above named
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint ii
this action, which is filed in thi
office of-the Clerk of the Court o
Common Pleas, for the said Couuty
and to serve a copy of your ans
wer to the said complaint on th
subscribers at their office at Edge
field Court House, S. C., withii
twenty days after the service here
of ; exclusive of the day of sud
service ; and if you fail to answe
the complaint within the tim
aforesaid, the plaintiff in this ac
tion will apply to the Court for th
relief demanded in the complain'
Dated April ?8th, A. D. 1903.
W. B. COGBURN, (L. S.)
Clerk Court Common Pleas.
To Mattie C. Williams, James I
Williams, The British aud Ame
ican Mortgage Company-Lin
You and each of you will tal
notice that tho Complaint in tl
above stated cause, is on file in tl
office of tho Clerk of Court of COE
mon Pleas iu and for the CJUU
and State aforesaid.
April 28th, 1903.
Eight cents a pound
what a young woman paid f
twelve pounds of flesh.
She was thin and weak ai
paid one dollar for a bottle
Scott's Emulsion, and by ts
ing regular doses had gain
twelve pounds in weight befe
the bottle was finished.
Eight cents a pound
cheap for such valuable n
terial. Some pay more, soi
less, some get nothing
their money. You get ye
money's worth when you I
Scott s Emulsion.
We will send you a li
SCOTT & BOWNE, CHEMIST
409 Pearl Street, . New Y
s;oe. and $1.00 ; all druggists
Death of an Aged Citizen. B
Another lendmark of old Edge
ield couuty, now a portion of
jrreeuwood, bas been removed in
-he death of Mr.* Frank V. Cooper
it his home near Ninety-Six on
Thursday last. Thiougboui a so
journ of 78 j ears on earth, he has
oeen a leadiug citizen of the north
'in section of our county. For
ive years he has been a sufferer
rom a ptroke of paralysis which
resulted in his death. As the end
lrew near he became perfectly re
.igLed to the will of Him who
o Ids the destines of meu in the
J) How of His hand. Mr. Cooper
|f i survived by a-devoted wife, two
Affectionate daughters and four
.0ns. The funeral was held at
jiSter Spring chinch on Friday
?Cc Rev. Mr. McDowell offici?t
On the 29th of May, 1903, the
undersigned will make application
jnto the Probate cour'; at Edge
?eld, S. C., for a final discharge as
Executor of the estate of W. D.
G. P. WHITE,
The most complete stock of
g Goods ?that we have ever
any we have ever shown for
The prices are very reason
icated on same hne of mer
ash buying and Cash selling
tin giving. A look will con
10% discount on Clothing.
rE & CO'S
Nearly all of the lawyers of]
the Edgefield bar, and others
are yet to go, are attending
court this week in Saluda.
Leave Ice House at 7:00 a. m.
" " " " 10:30 a.m.
M " " " 6:00 p.m.
Examine your refrigerators or(
ice box and please try and order j
^Afi-UlJiniS-to be deliv&redjo.u eith
er of these schedules.
I will run a delivery wagon if
the business warrants it, other
wise, the push carts will be used.
This schedule will be daily except
Sunday when the 7 a. m. schedule
will be abandoned. Prices:
300 lbs quantities 50c per 100 lbs.
100 u " 60c u " "
50 " " 70c
30 " .? 25c
25 " *. 20c
20 " " 15c
15 k! " 12c
12 " u 10c
6 ?, M 5c
Special rates to Beef, Beer and
Soda Water dealers.
I have named clos* prices, but
I am in the business to compete
with any Ice dealer. I very ear
nestly solicit a liberal patronage
and will try to get your ice deliver
ed on time. Tickets now on sale.
M. A. TAYLOR,
Edgefield Ware House.
May 4th, 1905.
Unhealthy Kidneys Hake Impure Blood
All the blood in your body passes througl
your kidneys once every three minutes.
The kidneys are you
blood purifiers, they fi!
ter out the waste o
impurities in the blooc
If they are sick or ou
of order, they fall to d
Pains, aches and rhev
matism come from ej
cess of uric acid in th
blood, due to neglecte
Kidney trouble causes quick or unstead
heart beats, and makes one feel as thoug
they had heart trouble, because the heart
over-working in pumping thick, kidne}
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
It used to be considered that only urinal
troubles were to be traced to the kidney
but now modern science proves that near!
all constitutional diseaseshave their begii
ning in kidney trouble.
If you are sick you can make no mista!
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mi
and thc extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy
soon realized. 11 stands the highest for i
wonderful cu res'if the most distressing eas
and ls sold on its merits
by all druggists I ii fifty- (
cent and ono-dol lar siz
es. You may have
Sample bottle b':t mail Hom? of S?ran>p-Ro<
free, also pamphlet telling you how to fi
out if you have 'kidney or bladder troub
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilm
& Co., Binghamton. N. Y. *
PROF. P. M. WHITMAf
209 7th Street, Augusta, Ga.,
GIVES FREE EYE TE8TS for all defecti
Jight, grind? the proper glaaaea sad "W.1
Lenses cut into your frame while you w
rprp 11 -\. telli it you ?
l?tt . ?* - ; medicine or gU
Take Laxative Br<
Seven MUBon boxes sc in past 1
?iiiiiiiinf>tKiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ifiifi'iiiitiiiiiiii im iiiffi.nikriiii iiiiniiiitiiiiiiiii iiiriinrriniiL^
? THE FARMERS BANK ?
[ OF EDGEFIELD S- C. ?
? STATE AND COUNTY DEPOS?T?EY. I
? TMS LARGEST AND STRONGEST BANK IN EDGEFIELD COUNTY ?
1 Paid up Capital.$ ,18,000.00 1
= Surplus and Undivided Profits. 18,000.00 E
I Liability of Stockholders. 68,000.00 J
I Protection to Depositors.$134,000.00 =
E We invite attention of those desiring a safe depository for their money to thc above E
E fact?. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS BY SPECIAL CONTRACT. ?
~ Under provision of its charter this bank is authorized to act as trustee, guardian EL
E administrator and executor, and to accept and execute trusts generally. E
E A. E. PADGETT, President I". II RAINSFORD Vici-Pres. =
= J. L. CAUGHMAN, Cashier. W". H. HARLING, Asst.-Cashier- E
Braid and Straw Hats
is what I am now showing. New lot just
received, also a new supply of all the latest
and prettiest materials for trimming Hats.
To see them is to admtre them. - - -
I very cordially invite the ladies to call in.
Miss Mary Buford,
IN C. E. MAY'S
READY for BUSINESS 111
I have JUST OPENED UFa 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 yon will be
convinced that I can save you money. - - - . -
L. A. ASHLEY.
li, S. C
* PLANTATION SUPPLIES &
JE, S. JOHNSON.^
I am ag- in selling Groceries in the stoie known as the
1 SWEAR?1VGEN BUILDING and also guarantee my
? Goods and Prices. Give me a call before buying.
% Also Represent Smith Brothels
|*of Augusta, Ga., and guarantee AUGUSTA PRICES.
fcWc 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. BJ. MA. Y.
March 17, 1903.
OriainaT end Only Cenulnc.
for CHlCHKSTEIfS ENGLISH
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B, E. Nicholson,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
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