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WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1903.
I desire to inform the Edgefield
people that I handle only ehoice
beef at my marset and never buy or
kill grass fed cattle. Not being
able to find first class beef cattle
near here. I have just, purchased
a Ht in Augusta which I drovejo
Edgefield. Tony cost more of j
course but I sell at the same price.
Your patronage is solicited.
H. H. SANDERS.
Fresh oyster cracker?, snow
flakes, wafers, milk biscuits and
fancy cakeB assorted always on
hand. THE PENN DRUG STORE.
Fresh supply of Landreth's gar
den seed just received.
W. E. LYNCH & Co.
Try a bo Ale of our White Pine
aud Tar for coughs, colds, gtip,etc.
25c per bottle ; every bottle guar
anteed to benefit.
W. E. LYNCH & Co.
If you are not using our teaR,
and coffees try them once and you
will use no other. For delightful
aromawand flavor they are unsur
passed. Call for our White Star j
coffee. THE PENN DRUG STORE.
Buist'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
cnn supply the best paint and oil
at reasonable prices.
RAMSEY & JONES.
Do not buy Eye Glasses as you
would a paper of pins but have
your eyes examined scientifically
and a glass ground for each eye.
GEO. F. WIMS,
Our stock of harness, saddles,
bridles, buggy robes aud whips is
complete. These goods are marked
at prices chat will move them.
RAMSEY & IONES.
^^^^B'-^Wrir^xe^ry housewife in
Edgefield com3tyL4?J*QOW tbat ourj
counters, tableslamrWdj^ves are
filled with all of- the season's san
cacies that tempt and satisfy the
appetites of mortals.
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
Crayon Portraits enlarged from
?mall pictures of any kind. Satis
R. H. MIMS.
Call upon us when iu need of
trunks, valises, satchels or dress
?nit cases. Wo carry a large as
sortment of these goods with pri
RAMSEY & JONES.
We are headquarters for toilet
soaps, perfumery an I all fancy ar
ticles. You can get Colgate's soaps
and perfume from us.
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
. ioi^irit^ our large and varied
%uotimeut ofchina and glassware
yr*y carry a beautiful line or cherry
au? oak china closets. Call and
ask to fee thurn.
RAMSEY & JONES.
? word to the bunters, wo have
a large stock of suns, loaded shells j
?b'.th black and smokeless pow
.r),leggiiigs aud every toing that
a banter needs. Drop in and let j
us show you.
RAMSAY & JONES.
JJow 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
chairs, desks, brass and enameled
iron beds, mattings, rugs, etc., was
never before more complete.
RAM SK Y <fc J o.\ Ki.
Just received another car load
of Rock Hill buggies which we are
felling cheaper than ever before
and on very easy terms to good
RAMSEY & JONES.
On the 29th of Muy, 1903, the
undersigned will make application
unto the Probate court at Edge
field, S. C., for a final discharge as
Executor of the estate of W. D.
G. P. WHITE,
ANY CHUECH or parsonage or
institution supported by voluntary
contribution will be given a liber
al quantity of the Longman &
Martinez Pure Paints whenever
NOTE: Have done so for twenty
seven years. Sales: Tens of mil
lions of gallons; painted nearly
tffo million houses underguarantoe
to repaint if not satisfactory : The
paint wears for periods up to eigh
teen years. Linseed Oil must li
ad de d to the paint*, (done in twe
minutes). Actual cost then about
$1.25 a gallon. Samples free. Sole1
by our Agents, The Penn Dru?
i or Horses, Cattle and Hogs
W. E. LYNCH & CO.
Timely, Tersely, Truly Told 1
Let us do your printing for j*cu.
The ADVERTISER job office guaran
tees satisfaction on all work dene.
Mrs. D. S. DuBose spent Fri
da}* and Saturday in Aiken as the
guest of Mrs. Dr. B. H. Teague.
Mrs Agatha Woodeon come up
from Augu&ta to witness the en
tertainment on Friday evening
M rc. Elizabeth Adams returned
on Thuisday after a very pleasant
visit to Mr. and Mrs. H. Q.
Adams, of Ridgeland.
Mr. L. L. Shealy, of Leesville,,
will be stationed at Pittsburg as
agent for the railroad while the :
quarry is in operation.
Capt. R. B. Cain returned to ;
his post of duty to-day after speu
ding several days with his parents
at Wedgefield, S. C.
Mrs, B. Timraons and chil
dren leave tomon-ow for
Charlotte to visit relatives.
Accepting the invitation of the
pastor, Rev. Geo. W. Davis, Profs.
J. A. Thackston and W. P. Coker
made addresses before the Sunday
school at McKeudree on last Sun
A beautiful young lady from
Beaufort, Miss Marie Brown,
is visiting at the home of her
uncle, Capt S M Rice
Dr Charlton Lynch return
ed from Baltimore on Friday
last with his diploma as a
full graduate in pharmacy
He is receiving the congratu
lations of his friends.
The lovely and lovable Miss
Love Brown, of Sharon, Ga., who
has mauy friends in our town, is
vis'ting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. D. T. Grice.
Mesdames. W. J. Huitlt and T.
?R. Denny of Johnston, attended
spending Friday evening and Sat
urday with Mrs W. B. Cogburn.
. Rev. Dr. G. L. Hunt, a former
pastor of our Baptist church, spent
several days in Edgefield last week
while en route from the conven
tion at Savannah.
Miss Julia Allen, whom to know
is to admire and who is quite a
favorite iu Edgefield, attended the
Kindergarten entertainment as the
guest of Mrs. J. H. Tillman.
Good standsof cotton are report
ed from almost every section of
the county, but farmers are slow
to begin chopping as the nights
continue so cool.
The ?. C. V. reunion held in Co
lumbia last week was the greatest
and grandeBt__eY9.r_.held 1 in this
state. Edgefield was well represen
ted. Fully 40 tickets were sold by
the agent at this place
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Walker, of
Macon, Ga, have arrived in Edge
field for an extended visit to their
son and daughter, Mr. J. B.
Walker and Mrs. N. G. Erena.
All Edgefield receives them gladly
upon thia their first visit among
A school picnic will be held on
Friday next at the Waycross school
bouse where Mr Calhoun Mays has
very successfully conducted a
school during the session just
closed. We acknowledge, with
thanks, an invitation to be present.
It is with infinite pleasure that
we announce that home talent,
Prof. J. A. Thackston, has been
appointed to conduct the summar
school for this county, beginning
on Juue 10th and lasting one
month. Had the state been
searched no better selection could
have been made. Prof. Sethes,
of Johnston, has b en chosen ai
Gen. T. W. Carwile, Capt. Bran
son aud privates W. B. Dunovant
and J. R. Scurry left Sunday af
ternoon for the reuuion iu New
Orleans. They boarded a Pullman
car in Augusta and did not have
to change cars again durLs tba
The faithful horse of drayman
"Lem", which, judging from ifs
speed, descended from Nancy
Hanks, laid dcwn and died very
dead on Saturday night last.
Death was a relief to this poor
animal that was so cruelly b?ate?
with many stripes. Shame on
our community that such cruelty
The musicale given in our opera
house on Tuesday evening of last
week by the Wagea family,-the
fatherland four children-surpass
ed anything of the kind ever pres
ented in Edgefield before. Each
member of the family is a musi
cian by nature. The little girl of
5 play's as well as many who are
10 yean her senior. The audience
was delighted and there are many
who hope that they will return io
On Tuesday afternoon of
last week Mr. E. S, Johnson
and Miss Minnie Jackson, of
our town, were happily mar
ried at Johnston by Rev. P.
P. Grant. Immediately after
the ceremony they boarded
the train for Columbia to at
tend the reunion, returning
Friday afternoon. THE AD
VERTISER extends hearty con
gratulations to these happy
Everyoue ue?.ds a go >dblood pu
rifier in tb? spring. Rhenmacid"
18 recog?iz d as the best wherever
known. Refune all substitutes.
Doe<5 not injure the digestive or?
ganF.' A superb laxative and tonic.
At Druggie s.
to The Thinking Thousands
Their Entertainment iras Grand
and Glorious Indeed.
The greatest audience assembled
io our town during the whole sea
son was that gathered in the opera
house on Friday evening last to
witness the closing exercises of
the Kindergarten Behool. When
the curtain was raised upon the
bevy of beautiful little boys and
girls who composed the Flower
Song chorus, a scene of exceeding
beauty wai viewed by the admir
Following this chorus was the
musical game of the "House that
Jack Built", taken from the famil
iar old rhyme of Mother Goose.
Tht game was engaged in by all
the ohildren of the Kindergarten,
but the costumed characters of the
2nd part lent a special charm to
the scene. Helen 1 illman appear
ed aa the "maiden ail forlorn" in
a quai u t,old-fash ioned milk-maids
costume carrying in her band a
bucket. Tom Walker, "tho man
all worn and torn" who courted
the "maiden all forlorn", furnish
ed the fun for the occasion by his
original acting, altogether unpre
meditated and a surprise eren to
those who had been his instructors.
Earle Timmons made a handsome
priest ia bis pantomime perform
ance of the marriage ceremony.
Rogers Davis appeared as the
"mun who raised the corn" and
Harold Norris as "the b ?y who
biowed the horn."
Little Genevieve Norris,the three
-year-old daughtsr of Mr. E. J.
Norris, astonished the audience
when she began in such clear and
true notes to sing "Way down up
on the Swanee River" but as this
little innocent beheld so unexpect
edly the sea of faces before her,
she ran off the stage singing "Far,
far away", and all the encores fail
ed to briuf her back again.
The Flag Drill which followed
was interspersed with choruses of
applauded lot?dry'wT?WaTtne sing
ing of the "Bosnie Blue Flag" four
little tots, Lizzie Crim, Helen
Dorn, Harold Norris and Tom Wal
ker, came in tho midst holding the
Confederate flag, at which the Star
Spangled banners were lowered.
This, by some was considered the
most thrilling feature of the even
ing's programme, was succeeded
by a solo, Twinkie, Twinkle Little
Star by little Florence Mims
A burlesque on the present day
baby shows was next most admir
ably presented. As the judge,
Rogers Davis, so aptly said "each
proud mother thinks her own babe
tho handsomest, [and expects to
get the prize". Rogers made a
fine and impartial judge, and did
much credit to the occasion.
^ The most striking character in
the Baby Show was little Florence
Peak, who personified to perfection
one of the aggrieved mothers whose
babies did not win the prize. As
is frequently the case in real life
the baby was awarded the prize
whose mother manifested loatt
anxiety about it, and little Mell
Burgess received the locket and
chain for having the handsomest
Thc most elaborate number
on the programme was the
operetta Red Riding Hood.I
This was divided into two
parts, first the scene in fairy
land which was fairyland in-j
deed, but with real fairies.)
The second part contained
the adventures ot Red Riding
Hood. The most notable char
acters in the first part were
the Queen of the Fairies.Thel
ma Bailey, and a wise and
beautiful Queen she proved to
be; the fun loving fairy
Florence Peak.the kind heart
ed fairy Naomi Derrick, and
the?Match Making Fairy Ruby
Spencer. While the latter of
these little girls won a real
myrtle weath from her Fairy
Queen, all three as well as
their Happy Queen, won a
more lasting tribute in the
sincere praise ot an apprecia
tive audience. The maypole
dance during this part was
considered by some the most
striking feature of the even
ing. The following little girls
danced around the may pole :
Lillie Adams, Ruby Spencer,
Naomi Derrick, Florence
Mims, Helen Tillman,
Florence Peak, Thelma Bai
ley, Gladys Davis.
In the next part the most
startling event was the ap
pearance on the scene of the
real wolf who ate Red Rid
ing Hood's grand mother t
This character was personified
by Trezevant Timmons who
made the audience roar with
laughter at his true ideas, of
wolf nature. Miriam Norris
as Red Riding Hood, was
distinguished not only for her
good acting, but especially
for her clear and distinet enu
nciation. Her solo, "Comin'
through the Ryt*', was well
sung, and recalled the sugges
ti ve fact that Sarah Bernhardt
at her tender age, sang this
same song on the stage
Gladys Davis, as Ked Riding
Hood's mother, made the old
Nursery tale very real anc
life ?like even to the olde:
folks. The brave woodsman
Mims Timmons, who save:
the life of Red Riding Hood,
won the thanks of the good
Queen of the Fairies and the
sweet Red Riding Hood. The
evening's enjoyment closed
with a chorus by the fairies,
surrounding the brave woods
men, the wolf whom he had
slain, and his daughter, Red
Just before the close' of the
last part, Florence Peak was
presented with a silver brace
let as a reward for her punc
tual and faithful attendance
during the entire session.
Naomi Derrick was honorably
mentioned as coming next on
the roll ot attendance. The
S. CC. I. band made merry
with their cheerful 'music at
intervals during the evening
and many thanks are due them
for their kind assistance.
To the teachers of the Kin
dergarten endless praises are
sung by all Edgefield. Such
conquests are too great for a
feeble pen to describe. Long
may their successes live in
the hearts of an appreciative
people. F. A. M.
Dear ADVERTISER: ID my last
letter I invited you to attend the
commencement, which took placo
on the 14'h, and I wish now to say
that since it has passed into his
tory, you missed at least one of the
opportunities of your life. People
say that it was just grand. I never
saw it excelled by Greenville or
Spartanburg. Ask Superintendent
Byrd about it. In spite of the in
clement weather we had a large
The exercises began at 11 o'clock
Thursday morning. Opening pray
er by Rev. J. T. Littlejohn, after
which came addresses from Dr.
Bell, Rev. J. T. Miller and Col. W.
J. Talbert. Then came the com
mencement address by Col. Trib
ble,of the Anderson bar. In justice
to him I want to state that be had
orly a few hours to prepare his ad
4frT*^r*^^4>LLagllwas to deliver
it, bu! as ho was m?aWr^^v.j^
tained, Mr. Dorn telegraphed Col.
Tribble, who came and gave us a
magnificent address. In fact, those
able to judge, say that while it
vas unique still it was fine. He
to? k his text in Proverbs, abo it
the bird straying from its nest,and
he preached as fine a lay sermon aa
you could wish to hear. The music
was furnished by the Seigler band.
Dinner now came, and the tablefl
fairly groaned with good things,
Iroin "Relson's hash1' to the finest
pound cake. After dinner the
young people engaged themselves
with many ''soft nothings" and
-t?te-a-tete until 7:30, when the
entertainment proper be-;
gan. This consisted of tableaux,'
charades and other such things. It
certainly was enjoyed by all, even
though we all had to wade home in
the mud and rain. The sad part of
it all came this morning. Our
much beloved teachers, Mr. J. E.
Crim and Miss Carrio Talbert, left
us. They have done a hard year's
work and we all appreciate it, too.
Both have won a warm place in
almost every heart during their
stay here aud now while we regret
that they cannot remain with us,
still we feel that both are not so
far but that they can visit UB fre
quently. We shall always wel
Mr. Horace Wright and Mrs.
Ella Bland visited their sister,
Mrs. Dobey, this week.
Miss Lizzie Rich,of Clark's Hill,
is visiting her cousin, Miss Nettie
Mies Emmie Branson, of Augus
ta, is visiting her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Morgan went
to Edgefield this morning to bring
their little girls, Misses Marie and
Marion, home. These little girls,
with their grandmother, Mrs. Jen
nings, have been visiting Mrs.
May 16, 1903.
On Thursday last Deputy Sher
iff W. IT. Ouzte carried Luthei
Tauksley, colored, to Columbia tc
the asylum for the insane. Thu
unfortunate man had been an in
mate of the asylum before but af
ter treatment wiis adjudged \ saut
and was released about five yean
After playiug a series of flv<
games of base ball, in four of whid
his team was victorious, Mr. Jo<
G. Holland returned from Waynei
boro, Ga. on Friday last. He wil
leave again soon to play anothei
series of games.
Many paople of our town wan tee
to attend the children's day exer
C?898 both at McKendree am
Harmony and were in a quandary
as to which church to attend
However, we had a sufficient num
ber to furnish a large delegation t<
each placo.. These annual occas
ions at both churches are alwayi
very pleasant and thosewho were si
fortunate as to be able to attenc
spent a very delightful day.
Good Prices Paid
For old Iron, Bones, Brass an?
Copper Tallow, Hides and Beee
Am % ug airilacked Lime suit
able for Rewashing aud disen
fectant , )osea at 50 cents pe
bushel. always on hand.
M. A. TAYLOR,
Eusefield Ware House.
Muy 4th, 1903.
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKIN
When yon take Grove's Tasteless Chi
Tonic because the formula is plainl
printed on every bottle showing th?
?tia simply Iron and Quinine in
astelee form. No cure no pay 60c.
THE OLD RELIABLE
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
The popular thing to do now is
to subscribe to the ADVERTISER.
Our rauks are being rapidly re
cruited. Eight bona fide subscrip
tions were added to our lint in one
day last w?ek.
Tour Spring SUIT
AU are here awaiting you. 1
Clothing, Uats and Furnishing
shown. The suitings surpass i
beauty, style and durability. '
able, in fact they can't be dupli
chandise in the city. Our Ci
sends us to the frc nt in barga
vince you of the above facts.
J. B. WHI1
Spot Cash Clothing Ste
I keep afirr;t'JSM88 market in the
Parker BuildiugT^trfcoice fresh
meats always on hands at
able prices. I will also sell IC
Car load will arrive lu a few days
Your patronage solicited.
J. W. CR?M.
Summons lor Mi
State of South Caroliua,
County of Edgefield.
ourt'of Common Pleas.
|F. B. Grier,
Mrs.Mattie C. William3, James R.
Williams, The British aud Amer
ican Mortgage Company-Lim
ited, and Dr. R. C. Maysou,
(Complaint not served.)
To the Defendants above named :
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint ?D,
this action, which is filed in the
..ffice of the Clerk of the Court of
Common Pleas, for the said County, |
and to serve a copy of your ans
wer to the said complaint on the
subscribers at their office at Edge-j
field Court House, S. C., within
twenty days after the service here-|
of ; exclusive of the day of such
service; and if you fail to answer]
the complaint within the time
aforesaid, the plaintiff in this ac
tion will apply to the Court for the
relief demanded in the complaint.
Dated April 28th, A. D. 1903.
W. B. COGBURN, (L. S.)
Clerk Court Common Pleas.
To Mattie C. Williams, James R.
Williams, The British and Amer
ican Mortgage Company-Lim
You and each of you will take
notice that th>> Complaint iii the
above stated cause, is on file in the
office of the Clerk of Court of Com
mon Pleas in and for the C ninty
and State aforesaid.
April 28th, 1903.
Scott's Emulsion is the
means of life and of the en
joyment of life of thousands of
men, women and children.
To the men Scott's Emul
sion gives the flesh and
strength so necessary for the
cure of consumption and the
repairing of body losses from
any wasting disease.
For women Scott's Emul
sion does this and more. It is
a most sustaining food and
tonic for the special trials that
women have to bear.
To children Scott's Emul
sion gives food and strength
for growth of flesh and bone
and blood. For pale girls,
for thin and sickly boys Scott's
Emulsion is a great help.
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & BOWNE. Chemists.
409-415 Pearl Street. New York
60o. and $4.001 all druggists. .
Crowned In Heaven.
lu obedience *o the great Com
mande r, who. she so lovingly
obeyed throughout her long life,
Mrs. Julia Nicholson Coleman
yielded up ber life on Friday even
ing last, in her 67th year, at the
home of her brother who resides
near Elmwood. Her walk and
conversation represented the high
est type of Christian living. In
her early youth she joined Stevens'
j Creek church aud consecrated all
. to Him who gave His life that the
1 world might have life more abun
lantly counting it joy to endure the
irials of earlh in order that she
might be the better fitted for
heaven. The tears of loved ?ues
should cease to flow, for as certain
as God is enthroned so certain has
the spotless soul bf Mrs. ColemaD
joined the heavenly host, singing
hosannas in His name. The de
ceased is survived by four sisters
and one brother. Mesdames. W. F.
Roath, 0. L. Dobson, Alice Norris,
Ida Boatwright and Mr- A. M,
Nicholson. The interment tock
place at the family burying ground
DU Saturday afternoon beside the
pravos of those who preceded her
jver the river.
'he most complete stock of
r Goods 'that we have ever
iny we have ever shown for
The prices are very reason
icated on same hne of mer
iah buying1 and Cash selling
in giving1. A look ./ill con
\0% discount on Clothing.
rE & co s II
We would remind our Cold
Spring correspondent to keep ns
posted as to the rooster that is soon
to become a mother (of chicks.
This seeming paradox has been
?&?ejy commented upon. One
gent??lri??^BaJd he would not have
believed itnad^n^Sliot read it in
the ADVERTiSER--(;omrrry^ly known
as "The Old Reliable"
A Very Sad Death.
The friends and relatives of Mr.
Frank Payne, oldest son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Payne, of Johns
ton, were saddened on Friday last
by the news that he had been
murdered by a robber on Thursday
evening while asleep in "the hotel
at Waynesville N. C. He was as-1
siBtant agent and telegraph operat
or at that place. Our sympathy goes
out to the bereaved loved ones who
were so severely shocked by his
sudden and tragic death. The
remains were interred at Johns
ton on Satudav afternoon. Mies I
Effie Allen, Judge J. D. Allen, and
Messrs J. H. Allen and J. R.
Tompkins from our town attended
Death of a Christian Woman,
We did not learn of the death
of Mrs. Hammond, the beloved
wife of Mr. J. E. Hammond, at her
homo near Colliers, on Sunday, the
10th instant in time for our last
issue. Before her marriage she
was Miss Crafton, a sister of our
esteemed lrieud, Dr.- J. N. Crafton.
Such noble, self-sacrificing, con
secrated Christian women as was
Mri. Hammond are the salt of the
earth. The world was made bet
ter and many-lives made brighter
by her having lived in it. Her
loved oneu who so greatly miss her
have the assurance that instead
of having longer to endure the ills
of the body her spirit was wafted
?o mansions in the sky where she
will spend a blissful eternity.
Her remains were tenderly laid
to rest in the Red Hill cemetery on
Monday of last week, Rev. J. T.
DO YOU GET UT
WITH ALME BACK?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news
papers is sure to know-oLthe wonderful
cures made by Dr.
j the great kidney, liver
t and bladder remedy.
lt is the great medi
cal triumph of the nine
teenth century; dis
covered after years of
scientific research by
Dr. Kilmer, the emi
nent kidney and blad
der specialist, and is
wonderfully successful in promptly curing
lame back, kidney, bladder, 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 lt 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 alrsady tried it, may have a
sample bottle sent free by mail, also 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
send your address to i
Dr. Kilmer & ^..Bing
hamton, N. Y. The'
regular fifty cent and Homo of Swamp-Roo?.
dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.
Seven Minion boxes sold In post 12
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I THE FARMERS BANK j
I OF EDGEFIELD S C. 1
E ' 5
1 STATE AND GOUNTY DEPOSITOS!.
? THE LARGEST AND STRONGEST BANK IN EDQEFIELO COUNTY =
? Paid up Capital.$ 58,000.00 |
= Surplus and Undivided Profits. 18,000.00 |
I Liability of Stockholders-. 58,000.00 j
I Protection to Depositors.$134*000.00 g
5 We invite attention of those desiring a safe depository for their money to the above S
E facts. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS BY SPECIAL CONTRACT. 2
E Under provision of its charter this bank is authorized to act as trustee, guardian
administrator and executor, and to accept and execute trusts generally.
E A. E. PADGETT, President T. H RAINSFORD Vice-Pres.
E J. L.CAUGHMAN, Cashier. W. H. HARLING, Ant.-Caviar.
Untrimmed Chiffon, ?
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
I have JUST^OPENED UP a full stock of
?j Staple and Fancy Groceries,
DRY GOODS & NOTIONS.
I can Bell 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. -
# PLANTATION SUPPLIES* 1
ll I am again selling Groceries ic the stoie known aa the
1 ? WEARIE GEN BUILDING and also guarantee my
? Goods and Prices. Give me a call before baying.
1 ? Alse/ Representj^Smith Brothers
^ of Augusta, Ga., and guarantee AUGUSTA PRICES. T
j?E, S. JOHNSON.
from what is displayed here
is to miss seeing that which
is worth-while seeing and
Here is gathered all that is
desirable and useful in the
Dry Goods, Shoes,
Economy will suggest a
purchase here and good judg
ment approve. These goods
and prices make friends of
C. E>. MAY
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all ?rafelua. Ghl.hcaUr OhaaUaal Oas
?par. Madia.. Ba.au*> PU1LA.. PA.
B. E. Nicholson,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
EDGEFIELD, S. C. .
?Bp-Prompt and Careful atv
tention to Business. Office
ure a Cold in One Day
i months. This signature, ^ ^
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