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Large Shipments of ^hebcst'n
-just aeceived. Our stock of fr.
complete. , A.Large stock.
always on hand. All call
ly responded to. All goo
gin of profit. Call to si
-No more dread of the dental chair
or cocaine applied to tlie ?urns. !\o
peting with cheap dentist or rueap <'.i
class denticts, at prices less than td:
when we do the best work, hive the ra?
ment.the best equipped oflice in 'the c
painless extraction of teeth, and guar
dentist in Augusta "using this new ni
teefh. Gold Crowns and Teeth wi thou
Amalgam, Silver and Cement ai. reduct
and satisfactory work have established
the south. This is the only tirst class, ii
have no comretiors. We can tell you <
free examination. 1 T.Offices in the Uni
Augusta Office, 722 Broadway,
Next doprtoJ;'B. White's .Sto
Office hours : Sa ra to 9 p m. Loo!
W. J. Rutherford.
W. J. Ruth
Cement, Plaster, Hair,
Ready Roofing an
Write Us F?
Corner Reynolds and
i MASTER'S SALE.
f State of South Carolina,
? Edgefield Couuty.
;COFRT OF. COMMON PLEAS
'Henry W. Land rum, N. K. But
1 er, J:' 'MiTrice, as Ad mini stra
; ' lora of Robt. Price,
A. C. Morgan.
Pursuant to the .decree in this
cause, I will offer fpr 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 off
said month) ..between the legal
hours of sale, the following de
scribed realty, to vijJt :
All that lot or tract^?f land sit
uated, lying aDd . hJiDg.. in* the
State of Sooth Carolina, C pun ty
of Edgefield, knowiras the. Martha
B. Howie place, containing 1 hun
dred and forty (140) acres more
or less, bounded on. the:- uorth by
lands of the escate of M. E. Howie,
on the eas*; by lands*of the Gary
estate, on the south by M . A Hnwlo
and on the weat by the' Savannah
- Terms of:' Sale; 1
One half, cash and the balance
on a credit of one year, with inter
est from tho day of sale. Pur
chaser to gi^e bond "and a mort
gage of the premises sold to secure
the payment of^e credit portion,
or all easby at the purchaspr's
Purchaser^ to pay for pap?is.
W. F. ROATH,
Master, E. C., S. C.
Sept. 9th, 1903-4t
( State of South.Carolina,1
/ Edgefield Connfy.
COlHtT OF COMMON PLEAS
The British and American Mort
gage Company [Limitp^
J. C. Harrie, et al.
Pursuant to the decree in ihi
cause, I will offer for sale at pub
lic outcry before thu court bouse,
town of Edgefield and ? tate of
South Carolina, on sal<js day in
October.'1903, (tho same being the
5th day of said month) between
?re tpgal hours of sale, the follow
aakes of wagons ahd buggies \
iruiture. housefutnishiugs is
s for our Hearse prompt
ed s sold ona small m ar
se me, I will save youv
?he Beso-in the world. The
factory does three quarters
>f a million xl ollar s worth of
msincss a year.
'Quality considered tiley arc
nade. Over fifty now in
tock. Terms accommodat
ng.; ?Write me before buying
:lsc\vhere. ' Otlier maguifir
:ent organs fri appearance
it Forty-Five Dollars, wh'.i
?tool and box. Freight paid.
J. A. Holland,
. NINETY SIX, S. Cl
d b}r the-latest scientific methods.
ie?s extraction nf teeth is r.bso.l*,e!y
nVrmleVs' J5"oSl??p j?rod^icing :ageu
bad resi it- follow. W's are not roui
?litist establishments'; .but .wit il (irst
it chars ni bi* them Why pay ?nore 1
sit. ski it'll operator : i :i each depart
?ty. use_t.he best modern methods tor
antee to please you. We are the only i
lethod for the painless extraction if
t. plates at low prices. Gold Fillings; i
?d prices. Our -common SUMISO prices :
the lerge.*t and best, dentrl o rael ice in
p-to-d.ite dental otli ;e io the city. We |
jskcily whit your work will cos ir by* a .
ted otates. ? I
Dr. G. ,W. S'a ac kel lord',
re, 'Ma tu-, C IT
-for our signs
erf ord-& Co
: ? i
Fire Brick, Fire Clay,
xl other Material.
i Washington Streets,
ing d?gcribed property, to wit :
All that tract of land now in
Elmwood Township", formorlv
Pickens Township, EoVgefieid
County, South Carolina, coutain
ing foar hundred (-100) acres more
or less, bouuded oe th? north bo
lands of John Galloway aud Stand
ford Bland, on the east by lands of
Jessie Hart and others, on south
by lands of the estates of A. J.
Norris, U. R.-Brooks .and others,
west by lands of A E. and D/D.
Terms of Sale;
l^Q.ne third cash and the balance
on a credit of one and two years,
with ii?tereEti from day of ?ale.
Purchaser .Io give bond and a
inor ?age of j.h.e premises .sold to
secure* payment of the. credit por
tion, or all cash, at4he purchaser's
- . Purchaser to pay for papers.
iW, F. ROATH,
Master, E C., S. C
Value of Coins.
There seems to he ti great deal of
misapprehension in regard to the
value of certain coins hero in Am?r
ica; The Columbian ha*: dollar of
1902, which is tiie rarest of the two
Columbia half-dollars struck, is worth
to dealers only fifty-five cents. Ocoa
sionnlly dealers a. k as Sigh as sei*
enty-five crnts fur them, but th^y wilt
not pay that much. The half-dollar o?
1S20, if in what is called the "mini
state." would perhaps be worth ar
much as $1, not moi">. If thc' coin
is much worn by circulation tho value
would be less.-Woman's Home Com
The Flood of Immigrants.
Tho remedy is to be round in a wid- ;
er distribution of the Hood. Scattered
throughout the^ union a niilllion for
eigner? would exert bul little ini?ufenc?
and in the coarse of a few years they
would acquire a knowledge nf Amer*
can ways and institutions. Their c'til
dren would grow up in the m?difit of r.n
American environment., arid* learning
the English language and attending
public schools, they would becomi
American in every sense. Tho coun
try is big enough and lias stifttci.cn re
sources to accommodate many more j
people than will conic, even though !
they coni6 at iiic rate of a million a
year for tho next half century.-Den
Lots of people would rather die ;
natural death than send for & doctor.
\ Mw? Far Iii
(Complaint nat served:)
STATE OY SOUTH CAROLINA,
. County of sEfdgefield.
Court ol' Common PJeas.
Lawrence Cain, ' Mary Cherry,
Blanch Ford and Elberta Rod
geT, " .
. vsN. . '
Thoma? Cherry, as administrator
cum testamento aniiexo of the
estate ot Mary' E. Cain, deceas
ed, and in bis own right.. Addie
Cain. Java 1 Cain, Eloise Cain,
Woolley Cain, Claud Walton,
Ju'ia Walton and A. B Covar,
To'the Defendants Above Named
You are hereby summoned and
required to answer the com pl ai ut
in this action, which is filed hi
the office of the Cl? rk of Court of
Common .Plea-, tor *-ail cornily,
and to se rve a. co-, y of your aur
swer-to;the said complaint on the
subscribers at their office, at Ed<??
field court hous(j, South Carolin:-,
within twenty days after the s< r
v i ce h ? re* > ? ; e :.: c 1 u ? i v*- of tie d :i y
t f such s->rric, and if you fail to
answer c?>mp!f '?it within ?lie lim"
Hfoteeait. tho plaintiffs in fBTs
action '.vi-il apply lo the Court for
the rirli'ef demanded ni t?i? com
plaint. SHEPPARD ii ROS.
P j ai h t iffs: Attorneys,
fr. ted, EdgMield, S. C.,
September 15 h, i'JO 1. .
. VV. B. Cosjlturn, [Seal]
Citric G. C. I1.
To Addie Cain, Eloise Gain, Javaii :
Can:, Julia Walton and CUti'li
Waltoo, iibji-,njs:d: ht D?font
\ >u mid each of yoti -viii t?'v*
no!ic-! that th.e complaint itt th .
a hove slated cause ts on iii'! in th"
office of l h" Cl *rk of Coin I of Coii!
nion Pleas*, in and for. 1h*~ county
Of Ed ge fi dd mid state wi' Sunt h
Carelit.a. SHEPPARD BROS.
To E:ii:se Cain and Javao Gaur,
.Wa and each of you will (?ike
no-icJ that if y<>-? fui n> h av. ?
giiard'ah?i ad iii on appointed to
reprVsitit the i-ottffe.st-i of th
'ijiiiorsnb'ov? nane-d fn the action]
entitled HS sibf-ve stated, within
twenty dav's from tee d=ite ul' the
S9rviCH ot' a e >yV <?: rh i s tfurnmpiis
Upon them - resp/ictivuiy-thal
then in that event liv1 plaintiffs
afeve named wi!! maleo applica
tion fort?e appointment ot such
guaidiansyiid Ii tem iii tn;1 manner
and according to the form pr.-scrib
ed by law. SHEPPARD l?ROS.
Plain tiffs' Attorneys.
Septembar loth, 1903.
- THE MAIL SERVICE.
Puzzles and Problems of Letter Ad
The Postoifice will lake an infinity
of trouble to deliver a letter with au !
unintelligible address, hut, on the
ocher baud, will return au undeliv
ered "one which is ouly. perhaps, incor
rect as regards thc mini bur ol' a house.
Not long airo mere was iioxted in a
'Northern town a card addressed as
"From an old bachelor to a young
lady, Die youngest ot' throo who live in
a house close down by thc sea. The
house is pretty larne but part used as
a'shop where the lady's relative deals
in tobacco and soap, in 1:1 ie scruby
tail end ol' the British Isles."
The letter was sorted without dilli
culty in the first instance to Scotland.
Thea rt seems to have been handed
about among some perplexed sorters,
until one, cleverer and wittier than
the others, got hold of it and wrote
across the envelope: 'Trobably in
tended for Thurso." (
But it wasn't. The letter, however,
was moved toward its destination by
this note 'Try Thirkwall," written
across it by the Thurso official, who
was anxious to throw the onus of be
in*: called the "scraggy tail end" on
Tbe Thirkwall postmaster did not
hesitate. Ile'' wrote. "Probably Shet
And Shetland it was, where "the
youngest of' three" was ultimately
found and her letter delivered.-Tit
250 Miles an Hour,
it De vic, a Trench engineer, has :
been tiying experiments at Elbeuf
xrlih a new application nf the monorail
devised by him. With a small model
on a seule . ?.' one-tenth of which the '<
actual working train will be, he se
cured with ease thirteen miles an
hour, from which he deduces that with
a .real train be can easily obtain from 1
300" to 400 kilometres' an hour. Ile j
roi ie- chiefly on two factors, a diminu- '
tien of weight and a more effectual
grip of the driving wheels on the sin
now the Orient Gets Its Flour.
"Two women shall be grinding at the
mill." In thc East the day's supply of
meal is ground each ..morning hy two
wc m.en, who sit opposite each other on
a large, clean cloth with thc small
millstones between them. Theypush"
the upper stone around and an und by
means of a stick standing upright in a
bolo in ono sid->, bo h winier holding
it- They usually sing as the: grind.
Efficient Housekeepers Rise Early.
'.Jr ofien surprises mc," said the
good housekeeper, "'to have a woman
say that it doesn't matter if she rises
?"Le in the morning, because she has
plc sty of servants to look after things.
AS ii a late mistress did not make a
..: ii lusehoid! The woman with plen
ty >>i servants ls ..just the ono whfw
ought lo risc carly to look after them/*:
Postage ls cheap in all countries In
Lhe:e times, bu: in none, perhaps,
quite as cheap as in .Japan. .V letter
: :: be sent from ono end to the other
oC !!:e Land of the Hising Sun for tho
fee of two sen. equal to about the
fourth of a faithing. .
Duck trousers aro plentiful, but duck
overalls aro more so-think of tho
feathers'Worn by ducks-and drakes,
Prevention 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 Out Care
fully for Digestion-Benefits ol
We should endeavor to prevent the
appearance of disease, rather than tc
cure it after iv has come. Sanitation,
not medication, is what will reduce
disease among farm animais io .tne
minimum. Disease is by far the more
common anions swine than anions
other farm animals in this .country
Annually above ten per cent. of.oui
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-kept horses or cattle. These mea
have reared pure bred .swine, and some
of rife in are ia the region where corn
is largely fed. Ir. cannot, therefore, be.
said that so muc>. disease among swine
is due to in-breeding, or whol'y- to
thc large feeding,of cm. There ?3
no reason why swim- should bo more
subject tu ui.st.-a.ic than other ?"arm ani
mais. The fact that they are, is.be
causo tivy aro treated differently.
Their quarters are a 1 .wed io become
mere filthy; ihry are given drink that
other anima s would not bo esp Kted
to use; their iced is thrown in the
mud and their own manure; and tneir
she tors are o.- thc poorest description
and devoid of all means of ventilation!
The men who have raised swine wi tn
little disease, have given their swine
pure drink, a variety of clean, whole
some fo-jd; comf irtable woil-veatilateJ
shelters and ciain, dry.-quarters;
Ii must no.. however, by fn.'erred
that there is arno g o.her farm arom?is
no more disease than lhere should be.
If more care wera . ta hon to provide
sheep, ?attie and horses wita only
healthful foT.l, d ink, she t:.r tad.sir-'
rou:: di gs, it is sate to say that there
would bo much less disease among
them. The investigad n-; o" European
veterinaries, and ol" I) s. Law, Gr: nt
ILd others in th's country, Lave sh; wn
at bovine tuborc :1 is Ls meit prov'-.
Int. a"i:ong cows kc t in dar p, foul,
[ventilated stab c?. r upon we land
\crs the a'? and fosa ar: coitrtiil
ted. In oth rr wo eis, s.*m:.* tica and
.gi?ne are opp sed .io bovine tu :er
"os's. Nor ir. t i- iii ev.e an e::co;i""
tn. S.r.-.i'-r. m "...ure-, aro" th;' best
even* ive ni et ?ry i i e so a...nst.n;;
r lar .a a. -ma's.
TLC pre; o.vdcr ac- o" ey ci o 13
that sw n pi g e, bb lae : '.. 2 'z : cris,
footrot, ga d r . ec, are ; rod ced
by a E-jcrob :. H v< vcr.''ii baa b^ea
?stabl?shed w!tLo:t doubt that those
concisions wjii'ch ar; ur wh o C-T.:U . to
hi; her an'ma: 1 fe .-'rr: mts! '.av rih'.e
to '?he microbes whiah ?re spypeke^ ..0
pr-, d ce th.?so LIS?.'?C;: Taus, thv?
micro ?es iloarish in -v.a*?- coi ami
hat rd with ("co y i g rv- r. irr matter.
or in da?i?p! d cJUfpr-.r.g ii .tor- und '
while they aiv/aot iairohiiceO in o the
sys cm through p ire CY :\k or food;
they aro introduced- 'hr:; g": fonj;
dir:y drink and food of ene:- than hy
any other me. ium. *
The measures rcc maer.iTd fer thc
prevention o.' disease v bul.d a r o bo de
sirable Sy?re no i-isr-nsc to bc feared.
It is firmly esiablishe! that animals
in low bodily condition aro ino:*;; sub
ject to disease than vigorous, thrifty
animals. That which makes tin; tarn:
animal thrifty and vigorous, and there
fore les Mabie to d'sease. also mases it
pro.itahio. Til more who'erqi?? the
foci, drink and gurroucdirigs of the
animal, the stroogor its arpent? and
the more thorough its- digestion, it
eats well, thc o:;co?s abive the* food
of ?support is at. the maximum and a?
thia measures ti e cain the profit is
large. As digestion is vigorous the
amount 'of fo d winch e.:capes assimi '
iation is reduced to the minimum
Where "pour condition" is not allowed
to exist disease is scarcely known;
and at the same time the animal manes
the .largesL return for the food con
sumed. While we have need ior a'
hundred vole: i na ri es lo _each one we
now have, their work, as that o! me
physician d' the human body, will be
largely in teaching sanitation.
A mixture o." kerosene and lamp
black is a gond appiicition to keep
steel surfaces bright.
It thc whiffletree'breaks don't throw
it into a corner. Remove the irons
They can he fitted to nsw wood.
Thc farther you aro from market
tho greater is ymir need of.condensing
products by f.oJing grain to animals
By keeping tho catt'e off the pas
ture one day longer in thc Spring you
may koop them upon it two days long
er in the Pali. -
A handy thin:,' to have is a bos con
taining an assortment of boits nuts;
rivets, nails, and a hammer, pinchers
and cold-chisel. 1
The paint brush that proved to be a
bargain was cleaned In terpentine each
timo its work was done, dried, and
hung up by Ls handle.
Iiiogoaes with his lantern could not'
have found a good excuse for iud
Perserverance is- not a had substi
tute for a tcai-her in acquiring skill.
! Tea gowns of fine batiste or muclin',
lace trimmed and lined with soft silk
arc to be a fad of the season.
Mail Biting in Children.
The habit of biting the llnger-iiails is
formed by a groat many children, end
is ene of tho most diiii-ult habits to
OJJO mother cured lier little daughter
of this failing by a .Angularly j:m;do
-method, having resorted to almost
every remo.iv without avail. She gave
thc Child, "for her very own." a dainty
manicure set, instructing her bow its
u-o beau ?lied the hands. The spring
of feminine vanity was tom lie:!. Tho
* child became devoted to her now toy
jDnd promptly overcame her bad habit
The lace slipper is one of the latest
fads, and brides arc having their slip
pers made of lace to ma ch the '.ace
upon their wedding gowns, and trim
med in rosette ; of orange blossoms
I Short silk stockings come in color*
ings that harmonize well with mixed
tweeds and homespuns, and are con
sidered very smart for wear with such
^ .-. : . :'? ,
~&fjt'; r. ; : - _, ? ?
WOMAN. AND " FASHION
A 3Io?n?n?? Gown.
Morning gown ol' blue Japanese linen
trimmed "with Japaneso embroidery in
wbit? mercerized eotton. The embroid
ery occurs as inserted bands in bodice
'MADE OF JAPANESE LIN-:;.
and sleeves. Yoke, cuffs anil epaulets
arc plaited, and circular band of plaits
adds additional smart touch to the
skirt, coming just above the hem.
Thc Cl ri In Tillite;
According to reports, lhere is an
American girl who is much sought aft
er in English society who never wears
anything but while. Morning, noon
and night shearings thc changes in
white serge, cambric, tulle, chiffon and
satin. "I.'o as I say. and you will be
beautiful." said the great man milliner
in Paris. i'But I love pale blue, and ?
love fawn." sighed the girl. "Wear
either, and you will be ugly." was the
jresponse. Ko tito artist had his way.
Few women realize it. but ito beauty
can rise superior to ekfthes and hair
dressing. ?md the greatest beauty may
be absolutely dish;, tired by the things
she wears. - "If I did not know how to
present myself I should bu hideous,"
declares the groat Sarah.
Charm of Print Dreyen.
Print possesses much simplicity and
charin. Thc white print dress \vith red
spots upon it or tho white print dress
with narrow black lines upon it may
be converted into a thing of signal
stylishness. The skirt should be plain
ly fashioned, bearing two very large
tucks upon the hem. and. by the way.
the very large tuck known as the lin
gerie tuck appears on many of the most
The simple gathered bodice to that
print dress might have a very deep
yoko cut with a long shoulder seam
made of Irish lace, and the waist
would bo encircled by a scarlet leather !
A Smart Uni.
Tory smart among the late sumroor
styles is a hat of thin white, felt. The
shape, which is very cine and jaunty.
F?r. LATE SCJIMEr. WEAK.
-Is .covered with strips of the felt. At
ono side is a big black feather pompon,
from which springs a still white aigrct.
Hints to thc Wisc.
Thc woman who cannot afford to buy
a good veil to drape around her hat
should not wear one nt all, for a flimsy
piece of chiffon dangling from "one's hat
is a sight to make the angel's weep.
Another thing: Always fasten the
back of your skirt. Nothing Is so un
tidy as to see the placket of your skirt
Lace yokes, cut out embroidery and
blouses, airy enough for a ballroom, du
not look well in crowded downtown
The girl who wears a trim, simple
gown shows up much better after a
day's shopping than her "airy fahy"
sister who will look dowdy if not un
tidy early in the day.
Th.e girl with 'one frock" must'have
a care in Hie selection of the material,
pattern and. ?olor.
What inay.be worn with good taste
ouce in awhile is bound to prove un
satisfactory if put into everyday usc.
Xo matter how becoming a frock may
be, resist the temptation to possess it
unless it will bear the ian.ss of every- '
?'ay wear. >
Tiny Feet No Longer Desirable. |
Time was when io have tiny feet,
was thc great desire of ali womankind. |
The athletic girl has cliangcd ali ilia':,
and by thc next generation" feminine j
extremities '.viii ha? o grown to almost '
classical dimensions. As it ls shape,'
not size, that makes or mars the beau- ,
ly of a foot; this evolution ia very de
sirable; proving rs it does '.'.air fae '
change is owing to Lie healthy outdoor
life of too modern girl. She is so
much on her Veet that she goes not
thin!: of squeezing her feet into shoes
a size too. sinai! for brr.. Xever was
foo wear prettier (lian it is at present.
Well-shared shoes arc within ibo lim
its of thc mosl modest interne, and as
for Hie sP::-k?:;gs. they are simply
dreams. With" th? demand '.'or larger
shoes tao stockings have also grown
In sizd iniil where S, S l-:.' and ti .vore
worn five years ago the call to-day 13
for n 12; lo and M 1-2.
Our sisters of .ho Flowery Kingdom
would open their sleepy: almond-eyes
In horror could they see the heroic
proportion of their Western sisters'
pedal extremities, but we must strive
lo keep our minds above criticism, ?nd
he content wi.h quality, leithig Qiian
.Tosophinox-Ycs, our trip was al'
right, hut we had au atrociously tresa
. Geraldine-I thought they hpd per
sonal conductors on those tours.
Josephine-That was thc trouble.
Ours was too darned personal.-Penn
sylvania Punch Bowl.
'T'lease, mum. cont yous:; gp. e me
br?dder Willie here sometbin' to eat?"
' Why don't you ask for yourself?!'
"Oh, Willie's de soul of generosity,
mum. He'll whack np wid me "
Fair Erich an ?-.e. ,
Eph Xreddergrnss^-:! kinder think ez
heow wc o ter b?v'a ler.'.o m?re reoer
prossity in i his country.
V. b untenke-Iieow he that. ?pli?
Eph Moddefgras-Waal, Congriss
nez liiu semi hf us garden seeds tor
years, an' wo bcd oiler pitch in an'
send sum hayseeds tew Cbngriss,
b'g?shi Haw! haw! haw!-f'l::.-j
Not Worth the Troubr.
"Tod write your first name very
well, indeed. .Miss Pinkie." criticised
tho writing teacher, "but you. make a
sad botch ?if tho Mnhnson' p""' of it.'
'.What is the diti'erenco. Mr. Spen
cer?" asked tho pretty girL "I expect
to change tho Johnson part of it sonic
A Ccspicicus Sign.
"You better hurry up en collect de
rent fruin l?f'er Williams:'' ?
'.Well, fer de his' sis rr.eetin' nights
he's been a-siugln' '.Icru:;alem. ny
Happy Homo,- ?'?i ir's my opinion he's
fixin' tor move."- Atlanta Cr-.-y
Hs Had a Pull.
dtthcr-What yrouid you do if *I
were to take you to the station?
The Kid-Wot? Pindi inc? Say,
youse don't know who I ah?! I'm dc
guy wot .shines Alderman Craft's
shoes every day?-Chicago Sc--.
Pierced ?c? Coen.
Barber (testing r,nzor)-ho. I hurt
? Baird-No: not so badly as the last
man vin? had me'in lils chair> *?
Larker (highly gratified)-Who was
Baird-The d?nl ist.-Tit-Bits.
"Why aro you crying, little boy?"
asked the tourist in Texas.
"Bi?o-hoo," sobbed tba youngster,
"dc cyclone blew every house In town
' "What one was that?"
"The school house."-Fhik; rt?Tph??
.'Mable married that awful dissipat
ed yo:'ng Plutteuby to roform him."
..And is she satisfied with her
"I should say sim is! Ills uncle
died las week and left him half a
million."-Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Thc Only Objection.
"? fellah wouldn't mind living in
this blawsted country, y'knew If it
w istn't foil one thing."
. "What's that':"
"Why, its Hie blawsted country,
ylcnow."-< 'hlcagn Post.
Had Noticed lt.
! :\;.o,;:or-Your daughter is a wiz
ard on thc piano.
Mr. Plunk-I thought there was
something kinder weird an' unnat
ural about her pl?yin".-Chicago News.
Uno of tho hardest tilings for a par
ent to do is to make his gifts to op.c
married child ?natch to a penny those
ai von to acofcber.-Addson (Kati.)
"I wonders how a rich man feels*
"Well, i'll :e!l you. Ile feels disa
wny: Now dut lie got ut. he can't keep
it: cn ef he do keep lt, s ?raobody olso
will sho' cot it. Pass de "possum."
'Ta." said the Socialist's little son,
"what is the meaning of "The Great
'.Buncombe!'' exclaimed his father.
Pots of peopleNi.'bo wouldn't tell a lie
under any consid?ration arc very clov
er at side-s.epping when they lind tba
truth is embarrassing- Puck.
C Costs Gilly 25 cents
!0r mail 25 cents to C. ,
o rn CK OF D. IT. IIA
I lureXband Dr. Hoffott's TEETHIXA a iplendid TO-.
h'j wsa a teething child, every succeeding diy warned
'i rjTrnXA, and besan atonce administering ft to him, .
tsai-dny on be recuperated. I hara constantly *cpt itt
pleasure ia Mundine Ju pr:iiics io all uiu?i?ra ?( joanj
DO YOU GET UP '
WFT?? A LAME BACK ?
Kidney Trouble Hakes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news
papers is sure to know of the wonderful
cures rns.de by Dr.
j j thc great kidney, iiver '
U and badder remedy,
i? it is the great medi
f?? cai triumph cf thc nine
I te?nth century; dis
II covered after years of
j scientific research by
\:? Dr. Kilmer, the emi
nent kidney ar.d blad
der specialist, and is
wonderfully successful in promptly curing
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou
bles and Bright's Disease, which is thc worst
form of kidney troubled
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec-,
cmr.tended for everything bu', if you have kid
ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found.
just the remedy you need. ? It has been tested
in co many ways, in hospital v/ork, in private
practice, among the helpless tco poer to pur- ?
chace relief and has proved so successful in
every cass that a special arrangement hes"
been "made by which ali readers cf this paper
who have not already tried it, may have a
sample bottle sent free by mai!, also a bock .
telling mere about Sv/ar.tp-Rcot and hov/ ta j
find ont if you have kieth cy or biadder trouble. '
V/hen writingmention reading this generous
offer in this paper and l^'^Xr*-^.
send your address to^^f'.-y.TPf.O.r'r.- ?
L :'. I'....:, r i; Z \.i. <., ''. _v ;
regular fifty cent and Hom?of Swamp-itoo:
dollar sices arc sold by all good druggists.
WvSAFB. AI wai rrnahln Ladle?.??* Dre??.- J
f. C.v.? r r ?:i:ic i!::si i;:fs KNGLISI :
in t;r.:> 1.1 UM m?tsnic ii JIP?. ,rai. .
a- -\.\i 'lil Mu rfbana. Tttki lia other. RcftiM *
'rt?Ci Wy !>ii!?sepon? ISabatitu tiona uml Imitn
- CT tilth* Kuy ol JW liru,-;i? or ..til ic. Is ?
j.'r mampa r?r r?iirtlcnlar*j T,c*tlm??lcl .
??a tl ... I -,i 'ell? I' f'?r ?.11.M1 -.."in (??fir. hi ri
/*' Inrn Mail. I4I.OWU rentimouUI*. S*MI>;
/ alt nraBji.u. ChteheAtttr-Chenlcal Co E
a-?;. S?nJUou ."5<?uur?, l'IULA., l'A .
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GET OCR PRICES.
Complete Cotton, Saw, Grist. On .UK
fertilizer Mill Outfits, (Uti. Pres
Cane .Mill, and .Shingle Out lits.
I tiit li ?. ! i III. 1 : i ii ry. li ri
tm! Railroad ? a.-t i: gs. Railroad; Jil
Machinists' and Factory Supplies;
lif-IHtig, Packing, Injectors, Pip?
Killings, Saws, Fib*.*. ?>iii r ?. etc. \v -
..ast every dny. Work 150 Hands.
Foundry, Machine, Boiler,
Press a nd Oin Work
Repa i s Prompt ly Dime
i r-'A-n T'i.v, RfnnV? i Qunnl??T,ni
b?ill?aru ll lil ri Ml OL pUypijf uU|
I Miss K| .
ti TTr??wnrer of ??ie
il l?r.-io?t:'. H J:a:?i End Art C?nb.
E .' If women would pay more attention to
[heir health wc would" have more happy
'?: wives, mothers rad daughters, and if they
?tl would observe results they would find
? (hst rite doctors' prescriptions do not
I perform thc many cures they are given
?i credit for.
fi " Iii consulting with Riv druggist he ad
I vised McElrec's '..'inc of Cardui and Thed
h ford's Black-Draught, end so I took it and
3 have every reason to thank him for a new
fj life opened up to tr.cv.ii'i restored health, ^
nd i: only - .>.'.; three months to cure mc.
j Wine of ("ar.?ai i>- a reculator of the
0 menstrual functions and is a most as
1 tarnishing tonic for women. It cures
i scanty, suppressed, too frequent, irreg
ular and painful menstruation, falling
of the Vrorab, whites and Hooding, ft
ia helpful when approaching woman
hood, during pregnancy-, after child?
birth anti hi change or life. It frc
$ quently brings a Sear baby to homes |
?i that have bern barren for year?. All
l^nitrgista bave $1.00 bottles of Wine
Hf Card?i- ______
; r . " 3 -.^ r\ v^r^fifl
thc Bowel Trouh?c? of
QK??rtnof Any AQO.
Aids Diystion, Rcgu'ato
1' thc Bowels, Strengthens
thc Child and Makes
j. Morrr-TT. r.i. a. GT. LCUIS. MO.
CHT, S, .-r.-::irr rf S'.a'o. AVSTCf. Tor., Xor. 51, l'.'OO.
icily nnJ uM tor my tea tbin(; Children. When my oldest
us tint vc wtmld iaeritobly lo?o hin. Lhappencd upon
ind onprprcmonl was ma-ked in 51 liourn. and from
nd nsed it?inr-... iritb my chiliron, r.n.l ha va t;;L-cn frrt'.ii
ch.liirca. X iouadi: inv_iu:iOl<? Dren nit * Ute t.v-tbinf
iiltS ?j. IL UAUUV.
L\TI?: FOR BUSINESS,
INS FOR PLEASURE,
INE FOR ALL THE BEST
o!el> Summer Resort Folder
:d I'rec to Any Address.
S. H. HARDWICK, W. H. TA".T.OI?,
Gcn'l Paz3. Agent, Asst. Gftn'l Pass. Ast.
WASHINGTON, D.C. ATLANTA, CA.
Come to A?gnsta \ve want
you to call on us.
Wc cai ry about twen
ty-ii vc Lines pf 'GOOLs and
sre sc; situated that wc c; n
Good 7 r-2c. outing, obc.
Good 4-4 Percales, J oe , 08c.
3-4 Bleaching, J04 7-8C
Best Sewing Cotton, 50c.doz.
Carojton Sewing Cotton, 02c.
Goud Denim 09 3-4c.
Good Wool Jeaus, 14 i-2c,
Ladies Dress Shoes, i?oo
Ladies 2.00 Shoes, 1.50
Ladies 3.00 Shoes, 2.00
Mer'- Plough Shoes 89c
Men's good work slices, 1.00
Men's dress shoes, i?2S"
Men's extra .dress shoes, 1,50
Child ren 's-Shoes, 20c to 2.00
Roys Fle-uvy Knee Panis . 24e.
BojV 2 pit C" suits 7oc.
Soys-' "2 pi. c.? suits, ~ 1.00
vie ti's working suiis; value S.GO
of 4.50 ?
Mei??* go ?1 p?titt?, " ? 1-00 -
Mon's ul' wo! I dr?-se Fuits, y ai
?5.00 li r 7:.o0
Lsdie?^jierc?le wu ?st.-. 25c.
Li iii's' i'Xl/?i tunde waists, 39c.
Ladies1 LI envy winter waists, oOc.
Ladies' fin?; Har.eielte w.lists .frc.
Ladies.1 drefcS skirts, 1.19
Lathe*' Tiiiiormade Suit-, valiin
L5.00, for 7.?U We \j ?id ???.Iv
?el a fe? v.lien goii* wo can ?? t
no i lore.
Cad ics? Pt l. icon ls, 25c. to 1.00
Lad ie? M Url iii Underwear ar 1'ss
thau can be bollon; elsewii* pe.
Wc have a
iud carry all these goods in
mc store with ..a one store
expense, consequently we
cm sell goods
than any single line store
Don't write for Cata
logue, as wc have
r SOpt! ia
r i io 1112 Broad "Street,
Augusta, Georgia, f