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L?rge Shipments of ^he bcst'r
-just aeceived. Our stock of fi
, complete. . A.Large stock.
always on hand. All call
ly responded to. All goc
gin of profit. Call to s
G EO. Jr*
.No more dread of the dental chair
or cocaine applied to ihe ?um?. NO
peting with cheap dentist or cheap ?!
class denticts, at prices less than tn
when we do the best work, hive the nu
ment.the best equipped otlice in the c
painless extraction of teeth, and ?uar
dentist in Augusta u;iins: this new ni
teefh. Gold Crowns and Teeth wi thou
Amalgam, Silver and Oemcnr at rediict
and satisfactory work have established
the south. This is thc only tirst class, u
have no comretiors. We can tell yon <
free examination. 17BOilices in the Uni
Augusta Office, 722 Broadway,
Next door to J: B. White's rite
j?j^Office hours : S a ra to 9 pm. Loo!
W. J. Rutherford.
W. J. Ruth
Cement, Plaster, Hair,
Ready Roofing an
Write Us F(
Corner Reynolds and
~ MASTER'S SALE.
? State of South Carolina,
I Edgefield Couti ty.
?OTJRT OF (COMMON PLEAS
Henry W. Landrum, N. K. But
ler, J. -M*Trice, as Administra
lors of Robt. Price,
A. C. Morgan.
Pursuant to the decree in this
cause,! will offer for sale at pub
lic outciy before the court house,
town of Edgefield and State.of S.
Carolina, on salesday in October,
(the same being the 5th day of
said month) between the legal
hours of sale, the following de
scribed realty, to wit :
All that lot or tract.,of land sit
uated, lying and- being in1 the
State of South Carolina, Couuty
of Edgefield, knowtras the. Martha
B. Howie place, containing i hun
dred and forty (140) acres more
or less, bounded oa the north by
lands of the estate of M. E. Howie,
on the eas.t by lands'of the Gary
estate, on the south 03 JV. A Howie
and on the west by the Savannah
- Terms of Sale. 1
One half, cash and. the balance
on a credit of one year, with inter
est, from the day of sale. Pur
chaser to gi^e bond-'and a mort
gage of the premises sold to secure
the payment of "H*e credit portion,
or all cash, at (he purchaser's
Purchaser, to pay for pap?is.
W. F. ROATH,
Master, E. C., S. C.
Sept. 9th, 1903-4t
j State of South Carolina,
j Edgefield Co'inty.
COlTriT OF COMMON PLEAS
The British and American ?.Ioit
gage Company [Limi p^f.
J. C. Harris, et al.
Pursuant to the decree in lin
causa, I will offer for eaifl nt pub
lic outcry before the court house,
town of Edgefield and'? Ute of
South Carolina, on sales day in
October,'1902. (the same being the
day of said month) between
legal hours of sale, the follow
oakes of wagons ahd ^buggies
iruiture. housefurnishings is
s for our Hearse prompt
ids sold on a small mar
ee me, I wilL save you ^
The Bcse-in the world. The
factory docs three quartern
>f a million dollars w orth of !
)u si ne ss a year.
Oualitv considered they are
de~CH?APEST ORGANS j
nade. Over fifty now in ;
tock. Terms accommod?t
i?2. -Write me before buying I
:lse where. Other magnifi
cent organs in appearance
it Forty-Five Dollars, winn
?topi and box. Freight paid.
J. A. Holland,
NICETY SIX, S. C.
)ental Parlors, \
il by the lathst scientific mel hods.
less extraction of teeth is ?,bso?i*ie'.y |
??arralii?S No sleep produ?n>i;.;airtMi 1
had rest lr- follow. We are not.II
elitist establish niants ; bat ?with ?ir-;- |
nt charged by them Why nay more
sr. sk i ?I'd operatorjr-fn each il?p'arr
ii ty. use^t?ie best mode-rn methods for I
ant.ee to -please yon. We ar.' tbs only i
lethod 'or. the painless ?cfractioti if
t plates at low prw es. Hold Pillia :
?'d prices. Our co.miiion sense pri?es
the lernest'and besi dentaJ prictice ln ;
p-to-d.ite dental o!ll :e io the city. We
sxacijy wh it your wo.*!c viii costrbya
ted ?tares. . i
Dr. G. IV. S'.tnc kel ford,
ire, '*." Manquer
i for our signs
R. B. Morris.
erford & Co
i . j
Fire Brick, Fire Clay,
id otner Material.
! Washington Streets,
mg d^scnbeti property, to wit :
AH that tract of land now in
Elmwood Township, forniorlv
Pickens Township, ?dgefieid
County, South Carolina, contain
ing four h und rod (-tOU) acres morn
or less, bouuded op the north by
lands of John Galloway and Stand
ford Eland, on the cast by lands of
Jessie Harl and others, on south
by lands of tho estates ot A. J.
Norris, U. R.-Brooks and others,
west by lands of A E. and D. D.
Terms of Sale.
_ One third cash and the balance
on a credit of one and two years,
with iulereet.. from day pf sale.
Purchaser .Io givo bond and a
mortgage of ?he premises sold Lo
secure* paymeut of the credit por
tion, or all cash, at-the purchaser's
Purchaser to pay for papers.
Master, E C., S. C- 1
Sept. 9th, 1903-4t
Value of Coins.
There seems to be a great dca! nf
misapprehension in regard t > the
value of certain coin.-, hero ?n Amer
ica. The Columbian ha!f dollar of
1902, which is Hie rarest of the twp
Columbia half-dollars struck, is worth
to dealers only fifty-five eoms. Qccri
sionally dealers ask as high as sev
enty-five cents fur them, hat they will,
not pay thai much. The half-dollar <>?
1820, if in what is called the "mia;
state." would perhaps be, worth ?f
much as $1. not mee. It' the coir.
ls much worn hy circulation the val;!''
would be less.-Woman's Home Com-j
The Flood cf lmm;gr.-!nts.
The remedy is io be round in a wid
er distribution cf the flood; Scattered
j throughout the union a m dillon for
; eigne rs-would eitert bul little Influence
and ia the conr.se ol' a few years ?hey
would acquire a knowledgo >>!' Ameri
can ways and institutions. Their chil
dren would grow up ia th? m?dii? of an
American environment, and. leavn
the English language ami attend
public schools, liny would b?coan
American in every sonso. The coun
try is big enough and has su.'tic.'on re
sources to accommodate many m ire
people than will come, oven tho ih
they come at thc rate of a milMb? i
year for tho next half century.- :
Lots of people would rather Hld ;
natural death than send for a docto:.
(Complaint not serged.)
STATE OF SOTJTH CAROLINA,
. County of Edgefield.
Court ol' Common Plea ;.
Lawrence Cain. Mary Cherry,
Blanch Ford and Elberta Rod
Thomas Cherry, as administrator
cum tutaniento annexo Df the
estate ot Mary E. Gai deceas
ed, and ni his own right. Addie
Cain. Java i Cain. Eloise Cain, i
Woolley Cai?, Claud Walton,'
Julia Walton and s.. B Oovar,
To??ic Defendants Above Named1
You are hereby summoned and
required to a us wer the complaint
iii this action, which is filed rn
the office pf the Cl? rk of Court of
Common [Plea?, fyr ?aid county,
and to serve a, co j. y of your an
swer to the said complaint on the
subscribers at their office at Edge
Geld court house, South Qarojina,
within twenty days after the ser
vice hereof ; exclusi ve of ! be day
< f .-itch servie?, and if you tail to
? naiver complaint within "be time
a foiesai 1. the plaint i IVs in this
action Ay HI apply to the Court f>r
the relief demanded rn Hie c>m
plaiut. SHEPPARD BROS.
D. ted, Edgfc?iold, .c. C.,
September lo h, 1903. .
W. J?. Cogliurn, [Seal]
Clerk C. C. P.
To Aldin Ca in, E-loi-e Gain, Javaii
Cain, Julia Walton und Clauri
Warton, lion-res id n' Defoti ;
V >u Mud ' - : i c 1 i of you will ta.;??-!
riot ice that tho complaint m th'
above slated cause ison fl'fri in th
office ot* th" Cl -rh of Com) <?;' Coui
inoii Pleas, in and for. th*1 county
oj Etjgofi M and s'(>!.' <>!' Huuth
Carel ilia. SHEPPARD 15 ROS.
To Eloise Cain lit jd Javau Cunt,
.You and each of y >u \v ?1 take
no* ie-* that if you fail '.> ha v.
?*nard'aus ad iii -ni appointed io
repr'?S?nt the i it -r -^t.; nf iii
ttluorsa b o vu named iii the action
entitled ?s i'?* ve stilled, within
twenty; d ivs from the date o! t!?f
s'ervtCH ot' a c >f'V <?i Li>in summon?
upon them - respect i ve ly-i hut
then in that event the plain? i ITs
'abuv? u aurea will muk.? applica
tion forttte appointment ot such
guardians ??d li lem in trie man fer
ftud^ccordiug to the f >rni prescrib
ed bv hiv.-. SHEPPARD UROS.
September loth, 1903.
THE M A1L SERVICE.
Puzzles and Prcblc:v,3 of Letter Ad
. - dresses.
The >*o<tot?:i:u will '.abe aa infinity
u? iroublo tu deliver a letter with au
unintelligible address, luit, ou the
ozhvi' baud, will return an undeliv
ered one which is only, perhaps, incor
rect as regards thc number of a house.
Not loni; ago there was -posted in a
Norther? town a curd addressed as
"From an old bachelor to a young
lady, t lic youngest of three who live in
a house close down by thc sea. The i
house is pretty large, but part used as
a shop where tho lat ly's relative deals i
in tobacco and soap, in tho scraggy
tail end ot the British Isles."
The lc'.ter was sorted without didi-1
culty in the first instance to .Scotland.
Then rt seems to have hoon handed !
about among some perplexed sorters, j
until one, cleverer and wittier than j
the others, got hold of it and wrote j
across the envelope: 'Trobably in
tended for Thurso.". (
"Hut it wasn't. Th.> letter, however,
was moved toward ils destination by1
this note "Try Thirkwall," written
across it by tho Thurso official, who
was anxious to throw thc onus of be-1
ing called tho "scraggy tai! end" on j
The Thirkwall postmaster did not'
he.-?tate, lld wrote, "Probably Shet-1
And Shetland it was, where "the
youngest of three" was ultimately
found and her letter delivered.-Tit
2C0 Miles an Hour.
M. Devic, a French engineer, has :
been ti y ing experiments at Elbeuf
with a nev,- application of tho monorail
devised hy him. With a small model
en a scale of one-tenth of which the
actual working train will l>c, he se- j
cured willi ease thirteen miles au
hour, from which he deduces that with
a real train lie can easily obtain from
8Q? tn 400 kilom?tres'.an hour. Ile,
relie- chiefly on two factors, a diminu
tion of weight and a more effectual
grip of the driving wheels on the sin- 1
How the Orient Gets Its Flour.
"Two women shall be grinding at tho :
mi)!." In thc Hast the day's supply of j
meal is ground each morning hy two
women, who sit opposite each other on
a large, clean cloth with the small
millstones between them. Tiny push '
the upper stone around and around hy
un ans ol' a stich standing upright in a
ho!o in one side, IM ii vuiuicn holding
it.- They usually '.ing as tiley grind.
Efficient Kcu-ckceocrs Risc Early.
. ii often surprises me," said the
good housekeeper, "lo luve a woman
say that it doesn't matter if she rises
late in the morning, because she has
plenty o' servants to look after things.
AS ii a lae mistress did not make a
..: household! The woman willi plen
ty of servants ls just the one wltfkj
ought to rise early to ?ooh after them/??
. V: tage is cheap in all countries in
these timi'::, hui ie. nono, perhaps,
iiuftc as cheap as in .Tapan. letter
i e sent from OIK- cod to the other
pi the Land cd' the Rising Sun for I ho
I feo of two sen. equal to about the
, "ourth of a farthing.
j)uck trousers are plentiful, but due!;
everails aro moro so-.bink of tho j
fcathers^worn by ducks-and drakes,
Pr?vention Is Far Better Than
The Trouble of Cure.
\ - '
DISEASES OF THE SWINE
! Healthful Food, Drink, Shelter and
Surroundings -Keep Animals Vig
orous and Thrifty-Look Oui Care
fully fer Digestion-Benefits of
We should endeavor to prevent the
appearance of disease, rather than tc
cure it after it has come. Sanitation,
not medication, is what will reduce
disease among farm animals to .tne
minimum. Disease is by far the more
common among swine than anions
other farm an.mais in this .country
Annually above ten per cent. of.our
swine die of disease. Yet there .are
mea who have raised swine extensively
for fifteen to twenty years with as little
disease among them as among the
best-kej t lu rsos or cattle. These men
have roared pure lava .-.wine, and some
of them are in the region where core?
is largely fed. It cannot, therefore; be.
said that so mttc>. disease among swine
is due to in-breeding, or whol'y to
thc large iee ling of c m. There ?3
no reason why sv. in . should bo mote
subject to disease than other farm ani
ma':'.. The faa that they are. is.be
cause they are i.e..ted differently,
Their quarters are a I we.i io become
m~ro filthy; th y are ;iven drink that
other animas would not bj exp .ted
to use; their iced is thrown in the
"mud and their own manure; and their
she tors are of the poorest d .^cription
and devoid of all means of ventilation.
The men who have raised swine with
little disease, ha.e given their swlna
pure drink, a va "isty of clean, whole
some food} corni" .itajiu well-ventilated
shelters ami citan, dry quarter.';.
li must no:, however, be ih.errcd
that there is arno.'g o her ;'::rm apTnvils
no more disease than there should be.
If -.nore car" wore '.taken to provide
sheep, cattle and horses with only
healthful foad; t? in':, she t r : ml sor
roundigs, it i: safe to say ih>t lhare
would bo nv:ch ks? disease among
them. The invest :. .' ns o." Kt.rcpean
ve urinaries, and of !) .;. kaw, Gmt
Id others in ill's cn ititry, Lave sir wa
at bovine lah -ci is ia mest prov
int antons cows kc t in darop, foul,
ventilated tii.i ?J. r upen wei ?and
tere the a ?j and f::? aro co Vtai il
ted. lu otb r'wo ds, arni:-Lion and
Steno fro opp sid .to b vine ta'ter
io.:is. Nov i:: t h di e ve aa c::co.i*
n. Sar.il?n m a.vj:c-; tv: th.- bfigt
?vcn*iv? o? i.V.--y ii o va a...tet.n?
r tar n a iraa's.
rho nra. o;, .lr tte- o" ev en o ii
that sway' g o, ba tue : czh\
foot rot. ga <. r . ec, n-s r.vi cod
by a njcr/o:. Ii v; ver. 'i: eos b"?ea
established w?tl.ot? doubt that s bose
com? Iii as which ar - urt.whp e--'P::;to
hiihsr ah'ma! ! ti aro r.va '.uv ribLe
to ins micrcbiia whiih ro vt:yat -e.: ?.a
prod: QC ?heua -toovc. 't'..:t -, thv%.
m'eroie/? floirfsj. ?a water cm and.
nat d with t'es-yi .: fr: v. i a matter,
or in dan n, d eonjpa?.?g ii.tat" and
while they are?noi mlr^ivcod in o the
sys ont tar., gh p ire fir hi? or ?oed.
they are in trot 1 ced- hr : g'. tani,
dir: .- drink and food cf ene? than by
any other me ium.
The m a aires rec ma er.d'<l fer the
prevention of dis ?ai e v ould ?Isp Lc de
sirable were no disease to bo feared'.
It is firmly establish ed thai cinima?s
in low bodily condition aro more sub
ject to disease than vigorous, thrifty;
animals. Tita; which makes tho tarn:
animal thrifty and vigorous, and there
fore les liable to d fe - >. a^o maizes it
p...ta! le. Th more w'..o'e rora tie
fool, drink and surroundings of the
animal, tile stro gor its aj petita ano
the more thorough its digestion, it
eats well, the e:ce?s above the*food
of ?support is at. the maximum and a?
this measure; ti e gain tt e profit ii
largo. As digestion is vigorous the
amount,'of fo d which e capes assimii
laticn is reduced to the minimum
Where "poor condition" is not allowed
to exist disease is scarcely known
and at the same time the animal matees
' e largesi return for the food con
st:;.: d. While we have need ior a"
hundred veterinaries io each one we
now have, their work, a? that of rae
physic;:;!! cf the haman bod j-, will be
largely in teaching sanitation.
FARM EC 01C O Wi CS.
A mixture of k TO cae and lamp
black is a go id applic ?Ion to keep
sit e! surfaces br.'ght.
Ii tho whiffletree'breaks don't throw
it into a corner. Rem ive the irons
Th. y can be lin d to n w wood.
Tho farther you ar? from market
the greater is y mr no -.1 of.condensing
products by f eding grain to animals
By keeping tito catt'e off the pas
ture (?m.- day longer in the Spring you
may keep them upon it two days long
er in the Fall.
A handy thing to have is a box con
taining an assortment of bolts nuts,
rivets, nail-, and a ?lammer, pinchers
ami cold-chisel. .
The paint hr"sh that proved to be a
bargain was cleaned in terpentine each
time its work was done, dried, amt
hung up by i s handle.
1'iegenos with his lantern could aol
have found a good excuse for ?5u.il
Perserverance is no! a bad substi
tuto for a teacher iu acquiring skill.
Tea gowns of line batiste or maslin,
lace trimmed and lined with soft CtlK
are to be a fad of the season.
Nail Biting in Children.
The habit of biting Ute finger-nails i ;
formed by a great many children, and
is one of ibo most difiicuit habits to
Ono mother cared ber little daughter
of this failing by a singularly simple
method, having resorted to almost
every remedy without avail. She gave
the child. "for her very own." a dainty
manicure set, instructing her how in
u-e beau I lied the hands. Tho spring
of feminine vanity w.-s ton, hod. Til.'
"child became devote.! to her new toy
Sand promptly overcame her bad habit.
The lace slipper is one of the latest
fads, and brides are having their slip
pers made (d' lace tn ma ch the !aoo
upon their wedding piwn3, and trim
med in rosettes of orange li! :."s
Short silk stockings come in color
ings that harmonize weil wi Mi mixed
tweeds and homespuns, and tue con
sidered very smart for wear with such
A 3Ios-ni:isr Gown.
Morning gown of blue Japanese linen
trimmed Avitli Thpauese embroidery in
white mercerized cotton. Thc embroid
ery occurs .ns Inserted hands in bodice
WM \ }i%
Wi11 h vii i hm$
STADE OF JAPANESE LINTOT.
and sleeves. Yoke, cuffs and epaulets
? arc plaited, and circular band ol* plaits
adds additional smart touch to the
skirt, coming just above the hem.
Thc Glcl In TVhiit.-.
According to reports, there is an
American girl who is much sought aft
er in English society who never wears
anything bur white. Morning, noon
and night she#rings thc changes in
white sergei cambric, tulle, chiffon and
satin. "I.?o as I say. and yon v.- i i 1 li c
beautiful.-' s:'id the cre.it niau milliner
in Paris. "Btit ? love pale blue, mid i
love fawn," sighed thc girl. "Wear
either, and you will bc ugly." was th .
^response. So tho art is! had Iiis way.
Few women realize it, bul u-> beauty
cnn rise superior to clothes and hair
dressing, and the greatest beaury may
be absolutely fllsiQgured by the things
she wears. - "If I did not know how to
present myself I should be hideous,"
declares the groat Sarah.
Charin or Trini Dre
Print possesses much simplicity und
charin. The white prjnl dress with red
spots upon it or the white print dress
with -arrow black lines upon it may
bo converted Into a tiling of signal
stylishness. The skirt should be plain
ly fashioned, bearing two very large
I tucks upon Hie hem, and. by thc way.
the very large tuck known as tim lin
gerie tuck appears on many of the most
The simp!" gathered bodice to that
print dress might have a very deep
yoke cut with a long shoulder seam
made of Irish lace, and tho waist
would be encircled by a scarlet leather
A S mn rt ZZnt.
Very smart among the late summer
styles is a hat ol" thin white, fell. The
shape, which is very chic and jaunty.
ff^-"; - ???? * \ \ \
^ I:.".-:.' ? ? . , rv
% -?? ? - Vi
FOP. LATE SCiniEE WEAK.
ls covered with stein's of the felt At
ono side is a big black feather pompon,
from which springs a stiff white aigrot
IliuIN to <Iie Wine.
The woman who cannot afford to buy
a good veil to drape around ber hat
should not wear one nt all, for a flimsy
piece ol! chiffon dangling from one's hat
is a sight to make the angel's weep.
Another Hiing: Always fasten the
back of your skirt. Nothing is so un
tidy ns to see the placket of jour skirt
Lace yokes, cut out embroidery and
blouses, airy enough for a ballroom, do
not look well in crowded downtown
Tho girl who weal's a trim, simple
gown shows up much better after a
day's shopping than her "airy fairy"
sister who will look dowdy if not un
tidy early in the day.
Tile girl with 'one frock" must-have
a care in the selection of the material,
pattern and color.
What may bc worn with good laste
once in awhile is bound to prove un
satisfactory If pill Into everyday use.
Xo matter how becoming a frock may
bo, resist tho temptation to possess it
unless it will bear the stress of every- ?
Tiny Feet T.'o Longer Desirable. |
Time was when to have Iny feet
was thc great desire of all womankind. j
The athletic girl has chin I all flint,
und by the ne:;I generation feminine
extremities will have grown to almost
classical dimensions. As it is shape.]
not size, thai n a' . .. . . ns th- b au
ty o.' a fool: this evolution is v.s-y de
sirable, pro vii ig rs ii does thar tho
ci:;.agc is owing to the h ral thy outdoor
Ufo of tho modern giri She ls so
much on her ?e t thal she d. ': not
chink of squeezing her fo : into shoes
a size too small for her. Nev rr was
foo wear prettier than b is :?? present.
Well-shaped shoos aro within Ibo lim
its of the m. :.: modest income, and as
for She sb.-!-.': c.s. I hf y are simply
area:::;-. \Vita the ibmanti for ?a-.-er
shoes ti::> stockings haye also grown
In size until where S; S hil vu] :i were
worn li ve years :: ro ' . call to-day is
for n 1-2, io and In I
Our Kiste;-; i.f h" I". Kingdom
v.-ould open their sic ?j .. ?mond eye3
In horror coil ld they see the heroic
proportion of their Western sisters'
pedal extremities, but we ?iust strive
to keep our minds above criticism. pud
be conle-it. wi h quality, letting quan
Josephihex-Tos, oar trip was all
right, but we had an ?itr?i i nisly tresa
.Geraldine-I thought they had per
sonal conductors on those tours.
Josephine-That was tiio trouble.
Ours was too darn ' personal.-Penn
sylvania Punch !'.. .vi.
"Please, ni mu. ?.'ont youse ai-c me
bro Ider Willie bore -oar thia" to eat?"
' Why ('n't you ask for yourself?"
"Ol?, Willie's de -cul ol' generosity,
mum; ii;.: . hai ic i ?> wfd me "
Eph MC' . -I Un.der thin!,
h- ow wc o ter iiav'a ;.' vie moro recer
prossity in this country.
l-l b Oatcake-Ileow he that. Eph?
Kph Mcddofgras-Waal, < 'ongrlss
ho;, hin se?dlh' tis garden seeds fer
years, an' wo heil oiler pitch in an"
send sum hayseeds tew Congriss,
b'gosh! Uaw: haw! haw!-C?:'--ago
Not Worth tho Trcubr
"Von write your first name very
voil, indeed. .Miss ['Inkle," criticised
the writing teacher, "hut you.make a
sad botch if ti e 'Johnson' part of it."
..What ts the difference, .Mr. Span
cer?" asked tito pretty girl. "I expect
to chango the Johnson part of it sonic
day."--Chi ca ITO Tribune.
A Cuspicijus Cirjn.
"Von better hurry up on collect de
rent fruin l?r'er Wii!:au.3." .
.'Well, fer de las' ski meei In' nights
he's been a-sliigin' '.lene aleta, hy
Happy' Home,' ea i:'< my opinion ho's
fixio' ar move."-Atlanta Cr- ': ? .
Ha n Foll.
Oi?ccr-What would you (io if* I
were to take yon to th? station?
Tito Kid.-WotV Pindi inc.? Say.
youse don't know who I am! I'm de
guy wot shines Al orman f ."raft's
shoes every day?-0!ilea gp Xcvrv.
Plcsccd Ter Seen. -
P.e.rker (testing razor)-l>o I hart
I -Ka'ri-!'o: not re h olly as the last
man chu had mr in his chair;*1
Tar!.jr ihighly gratiiie?h-Who was
! Pulrd-Toe dentist-Tit-l??ts.
I "Why are yon < ry ia g. little boy?"
1 asked he tourist in Texas,
j rT,uo-hoo," sol bed Ute youngster,
j "de eyclon ? !.'? ... every house ia town
j but ono."
"What oro was rh .rv"
..Tlo> school h;mse."-rh.laile?phia
Socc^riol Ex-or! mer.;.
'..arable tu:, fried that--awin'l dissipat
ed young LTutterby to reform him."
"Ar. i is she satlsiioJ with her
I "l should say she is! Ills uncle
idled las week ravi I ef l lom half a
million;' - Cle\*o'an'l .'iain Healer.
Thc Cr.iy C'~ject:on.
j ".v fellah wouldn't mind living in
this biawsled cona.ry. y'lcitcw if lt
w .-'n't fob ono thing."
. "What's that?"
! "Why, j is tim 1 uwsted country;
y': ow."-(.'hicago Post.
Had Noticed lt.
!;.;.o.:. or-Your daughter is a wiz
I ai ! on the piano.
j .Mr. Plunk-I thought there was
something kinder weird an' inmat
ura.! about her playln*.-Chicago News.
Pate, tal Burdens.
Ono of the hardest tlungs for .. par
ent to do is to make his gifts to one
married chfldfj&atch to a penny those
iriven to another.-Addson (Kan.;
"I wonders hov,- a rich man feels?*
..Wei!. Til ell you. He feels dra
way: Now da! he got\It, ?ie can't keep
it: en cf he do keep lt. s ?rn 'body else
will sho' gel it. Pass dc 'possum."
'Ta," said the Socialist's little son,
"wha: is the meaning ol' The Great
'.Buncombe!" exclaimed his father.
Lots of people who wouldn't tell a lie
under any consideration are very clev
er at sido-s epping wami they lind the
truth is embarrassing.-Puck.
I ? ._ .; :.;c'?Cr man 25 cents to C. J
OFFICE OP D. IJ. HAR
I barcArand Dr. 3IofTcU's TEETHtXAa ?->!e:i(>:?l rev
tr jr w.-jt rv teething-cbild, uv.-r.- snccaeding <i^>- warned
'I .",! niXA,an 1 began ot once administering it to him, ai
f.-.-.U i!-.t7 f.-i lie rivujicr^-nl. I liavj r-.ns!:ir-.i!y kept it i
pleasure ia sounding Hs UMUCJ to dil utilera nt joauji
oifj-jd waa ;.a?.aw.. _
DO YOU'GET UP ;
WfTH ? LAME B?CK?
Kidney Trouble Makes You :>Iiseratdc.
vcrybody who reads the news
to .mow of the wonderful
cures made by Dr.
? Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
I the great kidney, liver '
and bladder remedy.
~ J; is the great m'edi
jjjji tesnth century: dis
covered after years of
?(jil scientific research by
V- Dr. Kilmer, the emi
ner.: kidney ar.d biad
cer specialist, and is
wonderfully successful in promptly curing
lame bach, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou
bles and Brights Disease, which is thc ?-erst
form of kidney trouble!
Dr. Kilmers Swatnp-Rc is not rec
ommended fer everything but ii j ai have kid
ney, liver or bit-icr trouble it will be found
just the remedy you need. It has been tested
in so many ways, in hospital v/brk, in private
practice, among the helpless too poer to pur
chase relief end has proved so successful in
every cass that a special arrangement hes
been made by which ali readers cf this paper
who have riot already, tried it, may have a:
sample bettie sen: free by mail, also a book
telling mere about SwamprRoot and hov.- ta .
find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
V.-'hsn writing mention reading this j
offer in this paper and
sejjd vour address t?
Dr. Khmer ccCo.,Eir.r- LSK?
laraton, II. Y. The es^^Si
regular fifty cent and n-.woi'
dollar sises are sold by ah good druggist.
c+iiCH '. ;"."3L:Sr?
: m in a j
i? bil - I . S 'J, t? w*.V Bl)
: n.OUU i. ...
GET Oi.Tv PRICER.
Complete ' loftcii. Saw, Grist.'! ?naru
? Yr: iMili' Oiitllts. (?in. Fres
thine M Ul. and Shingle Out ill-.
Ii-il i ii j.l i ii'. 1 : (U i j. li ri
tod Railroad ( ....-li: gs. Railroad, Ml
M ar.ii i ri isis'and Factory Supplies.
:'. Iring; Fucking, Injectors, IM p.
Fittings,Saws, Files. Oiler-?, etc. M'<
?isl every diy. Werk 150 Ifands.
Foiiindry, H im I ii ne, lioiler.
Press a nd (?in "V ork
.rj"" Hopa is Promptly Dune
Lsfiiuti'j Iii Ms k Sfii Co
A FAUSTA, C? A
Miss M2L M, Snyder,
Trerwijrcr 61 (lie
Br?o?:?ym Eaa? il.: ! .?.rt Club.
.. !f women would pay more atr::uicn to
their health we would have nore happy
..vive;, mothers end daughters, and if they
.aid observe results "they would find
that the doctors' prescriptions do net
perform thc many cures they ?tr; given
" ! : ccnsulb'ng willi my drugi?!;t he ad
vised McEirce's V.'lnc of Carduiand flied
ford's Biack-Draught, sad so ! took it and
have ever.- reason io thur.!; him for a new jj I
j. .ile i pened up* to mc v ?.li restored health, t '
ar.d i: only U??IC three mouths io cure mc." ? j
Wine of Cardni is a regulator of the hi
:. M : triial functions and is a most as- jj
i ' nisi ii g !. nie for women, it cures
scant} .:...;>; resseii, too frequent, irreg- [j
ular an'! painful menstruation, falling Sj
i-f iii" V..- nb. whites and Hooding, ft Ri
is hi tpfui when approaching woman- | j
! od, 'h rh.:' pregnancy, after child-1
birth;and in change of life. It fre-E
qnently lunhgs a dear baby to homes jj
that have be m barren fer veers. All I
H.dni ? ;ists have $1.00 bottles of Wine j
] G?res CSo?era-?nfsB?fliD,
the Bowel trcchles of
Children of Any Agc.
Aies Diction, Regulato
tiie Bowels, Streif hens
thc Child and Dikes
Morr-T". M. c.. CT. LCUIS, MO.
..-. s. rrorarr of State, AcsTCf, TOS.. >"OT. 21, 1900.
i :m.t ::-.l i teathlngchil Iren. When ny cMe.it
.in: *.<; would (Heritably loso
dr loso ltira. Ibsppcncd upon
: mn-ked in .."? hours, and fron?
.lt my ."!!:'. Iron and have taken rre.u
1 i^?-cU loTalnabl . ? ...-:! aft tr ihi I - thlnj
u. :i. JJAI.UIT.
NE FOR BUSINESS.
NE FOR FLEASURE,
ME FOR ALL THE BEST
letc Summer Resort Folder
a Free to Any Address. c
S.H.! ?AnDTacir, V/. H. TAV:.OE,
Gen'! Pa::. A^ent. Asst. Gen'! Pars. Act.
[A3H*rHSdatr* m ?UM mn
"Come to Augusta wc want
you to call on ILS.
.Vc cai ry about twen
ty-five Lines of "Goods and
sre so situated that we c; n
I ata?.? i is grg?jv???.
IGfood 7 [-2C. ?lltiflg, O?C.
?Good 4.-4 Percales, 10c , 08c
3-4 Bleaching, ?04 7-Sc.
Best Scwiug Cotton, 50c. doz?
sCarolton Sewing Cotton, 02c.
IGood Denim 09 3-40,
.Good Wool Jeaus, 14 i-2c,
Ladies Dress Shoes, 1.00
. Ladies 2.00 Shoes, 1.50
Laches 3.00 Shoes, 2.00
Men's Plough Shoes 89c
Mert's good work slices, 1.00
Men's dress shoes, 1.25
Men's extra .dress shoes, 1,50
Children's Shoes, 20c to 2.00
Roys Heavy Knee Panis . 24c.
Boys' '2 pi* ce suits 75c.
Boy s* - pi? cc suits, 1.00
lieu's working sui's, value S.00
Mei?s ?o il i M.i
Men s go .1 j M IS, KKJ
Meir s a i| v.?i i ii ri ss mils, \:t.U
f?o.OO it i 7.50 ,
[Ladies'' |?erc tl?j waist.*. 25c'.
Li iii' fe'? xi, a m ?ide waiplp, 39c.
Ladicft' lienry winter waists, 39t\
Nadus' ii i'- Handelte waists .30c!
?Ladies' dress skirt?, 1.19
Ladies1 Tui'onnade Sm:--, valiin
15.00, for 7.?0 Wc \j uid ni.lv
.^el it fi ? when gi rr we cali t
nt) : lore.
dulles1 Pct icuals, 25 c. lo 1.00
haili- ' Mu.-lin Undi ra eur nt \< >s
than can li?' bough; elsewii? tv.
We have a
i I E^y t? - S S s I
|li BJO/l ULI li ?
nuil carry all there goods in
one store with .a one store
Lxpense, consequently we
fem sell goods
Lhari any single linc store
? )N EARTH!
Don't write for Cata
logue, as we have
I Padgett Variety
\* tn r-il
A |!| jj
ino 1112 Broad Street,