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DNESDAY, OCT. 14 1903.
We carry the largest :-tock of
l ight; and .heavy, single and double
harness, saddles, bridles, halters,
leather, etc., carried in this section
of the state. We can have yon
money on these- goods.
X RAMSAY & JONES.
IT SAVED HIS 1EG.
P. A. D-uifortn of laGrange. Ga.-,
su'l'f-ired for six m mthsfwith a fri
ght ? ii ! running sore on n.\aleg; but
writes that Buck len's A-ijiej^Salvp
wholly cu rod it; in'i-D've days.
' > For Ulcers, Wounds, Piles, it's
the best sfdve in tue world. Cure
guaranteed. Only ' 25. cfs. Sold
by The Penn. Drug Store.
Warm weather is right upon us
and ive have the warm weather
goods, such as porch and Iawu sets,
./'^ hammocks, ice cream churns, re
frigerators etc. Call and let us
show you our large and vnueu
tock of merchandise.
RAMSEY & JONES.
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic because the "foran: Ia is plainly
printed on every bottle showing that,
it is simply Iron and Quinine in a
-tasteless form.! Xo cure no pay 5'.c;
? ?> _ .-J > ?
Everyone needs a goid blood p??-'B
rifier in th?-' spring. Rheuuiacide
is recogn'zed as the best wherftv?r.B
kuown. Refuse all substitutes.
Does not.injure the digestive or^B
;ans. A superb laxat ive and touio?B
At Druggists. . ,
MAKES A CLEAN SWEEP.
There't- nothing like dpi-jg a
thing thoroughly. Of all, the
Salves you ever heard of, Buck len's
Arnica Snive ls the best. I? I
sweeps away cud cures Burns, |
Sores, Bruises, Cuts. Boils, Ulcers, (
Skin Eruptions and Piles. It's!
only 25c,and guaranteed to give
satisfaction by. The Penn Drugi
Store ? .v^,'4'^:/J
Does not your- office or hotr.e
need a new desk or book case ?
We have, a beautiful assortment
of Ladies Desks, Roller-top Desks,
Book Cases, etc., suitable for the j
home or office. Let us show them/]
. RAMSEY & JONKS.
Our prices on chair?, rockers,
tables, beds, wardrobes, bedroom
sui ;s are surprisingly cheap. No
one would think of ordering or
buying the^e goods elsewhere if
they see ours before doing so.
RAMSEY & J.ONBS.
A THOUGHT/UL MAN.
M. .V;. Austin of Winchester,
Ind. "knew what to do in the hour
oft'e?d. His wife bad( such an
unusual case ol stomach and livrer
troublp. physicians could not help
her. .He thought of and trier.
Iib. King's New Life Pills 'and
she got. relief at ence and- -va
finally cured. Only 25c, at; -The
Pt un Drug Store.
'-: Working Overtime
Eight hour laws are ignored-by:
.?dlios* tirelei^s, . little worker?-Dr.
K i : t g, s N w Lile Pill. M III i o rj s
are aiwavs at work, night ?nd, day.
-curing indigestion, Biliousness,]
Const ipa! ion. Sick Headache and
ali Stomach, Liver, and bowes
tn'mbU. Easy, pleasant, safe,
sure. Only 25c. at. The Penn
J always .carry a large assort
ment of the newest, designs in
mouldings and can frame your pic
tures at a very reasonable .price.
Can repair and reburnish old
frames so .as to make them appear]
new. When in Augusta call upon
me at S22 Broad street.
W. H. TURNER-.
Trustworthy, either^ sex/ hy
^Vho.lesalp Merchandise Comnany
of solid .financial standing, to
manage Local Representatives who
will orgaiuizeclubs among cpnsum-|
ers. x40 per cent saved for our
customers.' - Business uo~ experi
ment but a proven success. Sal
ary fjlS.Op a week, expenses ad
>. yanced. Experience un necessar y.
Address D. B. Clarkson, Mgr.,.334'|
Dearborn St.'- Chicago. Ul.
\." '"rt- -'vi
Tetlow's celebrated talcum pow
der only 1.0 cents, 3 for 25 cents a
THE FENN DR cg STORK. ?
S Jiool Supplies,
Full lim? of S^?ol Bags, Slates,
.Pens, Pencils, Ink. Tablets, etc.
AV. E. LYNCH & Coi
. FRUIT TREES AND PLANTS
OF AL j KIND.:*.
?jRos?s,' Evergreens, Nut B<ui:?'ng
'ire's and Piante fur the Flower
? Yard. Nov/ is tho time to order.
R. H. MIMS..
PHOTOGRAPHS IX LATEST FAbb
* . AND WINTER STYLES
l?itngthe Children and aged rela
tives before winte: sets in.
' .^^Photographs fitted, io Lockets j
x R. II. M IMS.
AH person? having claims a
gainst the esta's of James.
B mnett. lave of Edgefi?dd c?xnty,
Siutb-Ckrolina.deceased, will pre
sent same duly attested for pay-]
pieut, and all persons indebted to
said estate are hereby notified to
come forward and make payment
ic- Mri A. Jj. Barker, or to
jfeg. MARTHA E, BARKER,
Sept. 24th, 1903. St
I . - '805 Brirad .''treat.
* W. 6.- YOVy.n, . . . p^ident 1
S.W. Xii S A CCO ii VS SOMCITKO
n tercet .".-Pa* d on if> e po's
lim ??in-aim, III.n III III IHC ?aBiasj??
A Painful Accident
It was with' deep regret; that our
community received Ure invlii
ge?fc'e of an accident w?ii?'h hap
pened to Mrs. M. N. Holbein,. of
Monetta. 0 .'s Friday las', while,
'-all?lng on a newly >cfiur<":d floor
she slipped and fell, fraeturing.her
left hip. Although the injury is
not a serious ow, yet ii is very
painful and will require longer to
heal than v\ mid a similar, injury'
to a younger per.-on.' Mr. and
Mrs. M. Av- Taylor, Mr.--.. Ivate.
Lynch aud Miss Lena. Ilolskdn
hastened ??- lu? bedside of. Jheir
mother. Mrs. Holstein's Edg<-field
friends hope, for her speedy' re
ce very. .. . p
Two Good Reasons.
While the writt r was discussing
the cotton outlook several days>.sb
?with Mr. J.AV. M??UT, who resides
near Trenton, than" whom there if
no more successful planter in the
c?uuty, the latter slated that in
his opinion the south will never
again produce a crop of cotton suffi
ciently large to cause the pri?e to
decline much below what it is
bringing at present. In,tho opinion
ot -Mr; Miller,there are two things
that preclude the possibility o? so
large a crop: impoverished lands
and worthless labor. Ile says that
the selling of millions of tons'of
seed annually from the farms has
exhausted the fertility of tbe'eot
fbi: lauds to such an .extent that
no m^re record breaking crops eau
be- made. Mr. Miller never% sells
seed at any price and frequently
buys them tc fertilize with. And.
as to tho demoralized condition of
labor, every farmer ic mad? totea
lize that every day in' the year.
Order and System.
In accomplisbinga given, piece - o?
work in a given lime h otb fag is - more
telling than order and "..system. 'This
is clearly demonstrated in the ere tion
of the college * building-. The large
force of hands is well organized, each
man having a certain duty assigned
him and ue is recpiirec* to perform il
promptlyand.properly. Every! hing
moves aiong-smqotbly, without a jar
ot friction. Ten hours corstlfute a
day's wprlc. Promptly.at seven every
morning the foreman calls out,.
ri^ht boys",and the listless, loiin^ ? :rjr,
chaotic: mass of workman^ who arc
waiting for the-signa! line up witha
quick- step, each lo his respective
po?t ofduty ? The stillness is broken
by the ring of (he trowels, the buzz
ol' the saws, tlie blows of (lie hammt.rs.
the squeaking of wheel- barrow s, tjijp
rumbling of the bricks and th? medley
of songs from the. laborers. rever?!
mornings ago I he writer hoard Qua
Tractor Speoj er say, to a belated -/. or :
pian : " ll you can't c ?me on time do
not come at all. Your coming, after
[ place my men oil the' work throw?
every!hing out of -adjustment.''
Would that al4 work, and especially
farm work, coull b* carried on with
tlie same order and system. In order
to receive profitable returns from
labor the greatest amount of work
possible rr.ust be done in the shortest,
possible time. Contractor ^Deticer is
cognizant of this-fact is why evrv
ihing around him moves witii./mili
tary precbiim and cadence.
Oyster Supper Friday Evening.
The Ladies Mission Society of
our MijtbodJ3l church Luve pled
ged and paid each year .$100 to
ward th? suppdrt.; of Miss June
Nicholson, who As doing effective,
work among the Chines'?. In order
to raise money for t.his-special fund
the ladies o'f the Methodist church
will give.an .oyster,supper in the.
opera house on Frida}'-evening
nex\ beginning' at. six* o'clock.
-Besides the rf gular Hipper' of
oysters, sandwiches, salad.-, etc.,,
a .fish pond will be*provided for
those who want lo try their luck
aiTd for the amusement of the little
folks1. Music .will also be dis
pensed througout the evening.
There will be no admission charge,
a-.id only 25 cents will be charged
for the supper . which will consist
of rt<\red and tried oyster?, and
salads galore. ' Be sure to attend.
You will get more than yo jr quar
ter's worth 0'and will help along
a most praiseworthy raus.-'.
jas. M. Cobb is showing some
'ihipg new and stylish in Ladies.
DrrfrS Goode. /
Seeon rt-Kauel Scbooi Books. ,
. AVe have good stock of gecWd
hand school books which we ' are
selling at greatly reduced prices.
W. E. LYNCH'& Co.
" ? We buy buggies in car. loti is.,
why we can sel; them so ch'eav.
Ail styles of'Babcock, Tyson &
Jones,-Rock Hill and dozens of
other reliable makes of buggies
always on hand.
RAMSEY- & JONES.
. The- Lynch Drug Store has
1 ecu designated as the county de
pository tor school book.". All of
the books that are" osed-at the S.
C. C. I. and in the public schools
of the county can be had ai yery
low pnees-.at the Lvuch stoic
Read their uew Joca ls.
There is no ? department of our
sto:e that is more complete ! than
that of toilet arlic'es'anj perfumes.
We carry . a large slock ?r Adolph
Shinier'*, Allied Wright's and
^olgafe's perfumes in White Rose,
V 'ii.et, Heliotrope, Queen of Car
nations, etc, in 10,25, and 50 cents
size-. Try them. ,
THE PENN DHU G STORE.
Nothing wou?d add so greatly to
the beauty and comfort of your
home new matting spread, up
rorry&ir floors. We have a 9 ve rv
. large supply of matting in ail of
I the. latest, colors and patterns, also
beau*iful linoleum for the hall.
Pries very low.
. RAMSEY & JONES.
Buy your guns aud shelis from
the new stock of THE EDGEFIELD
FOR RENT: My large resi
dence near theT^aptist church is
for rent. For further information
apply to my son,-John L. Addison',
or to myself." .
VIRGINIA C. ADDISON v
F?RM_LOA.NS- ? :
' Money to loan on Improved
Farms' at 8-ps.* -cent. Xh'l?j^ui?jy
no'cVd'av. Write for circular ji'v
* lng fa i ! i'nfornmrion.
\ : JA MKS FRANK & SON.
^ Augusta, Ga.
Timely,Tersely, Truly Told
Ai iv?ys put your best'f?ot fore
most if you want io get there with
.both fe-t. -
Roy. B* D'. Thu mrs has ace -pi
ed th'- callie s-rvo -Republican
church as pastor next year.
Who could improve upon the
beautiful autumn weather thal
we have been having.
Hon. VV7. A. Strom 'and Mr. E.
C. Winn made a business trrp to
Augusta on Thursday last.
Mrs. Marie May h-av.os o.n Thurs
day to spend .a fortnight in Augus
ta with ht-r sister, Mrs. W. J. Mil
Assistant Cashier W. Holloway
Hading sp"nt Sunday last w;th
his mother at the home of his
'Miss. Kel!ah-Fa:r return d from
'Beech island on Monday accompa
nied by Mrs. Wa;ren Jp?.fr ahd her
bl ight little babe.
Sotne.womeu always have a place
for everything and. put it there
then .proceed to forget the location
I of the place. .
Mrs. Orlando Sheppard, accom
panied by Miss Fannie Sheppard,
visited relatives at Johnston on
? man has uo right to complain
of his wife's millinery bil! as long
as his cigar and tobacco bill is five
times as great.
Judge J. D. Allen got a tu;c use
from the noise and dm Of our city
.by spending Sundav at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. \V. T. Kmard.
Mrs. Dr. J. G. Tom y I; ins ri iurff
od on Saturday las'after spending
a~"w;ekwith her sister. Mrs. ?Vta?
Dozier Duncan, of Darn weil.
.""'?3 '. *'*'..' c- . ;J
Hrs. W. A. Strom, nu lear.niiig
of the illness of lier fatrTerj Mr. 0.
\h? Dobson, cann; duwil and spent
several days with him last week
r.4.r. Oliver Dobson, Jr., who is
j h levi ng - success, in Augusta in
toe insurance business^ has l e n.
i at his father's beif?id? for several
I Farmers are not dismayed by
I the partial fa ll ul e of the grain
crop this year. They are going
. ?ght ahead sowing larg*; quanti
ties. . ' ' ....'.'
,'Dr.-,.- A. H. Corley and J. S.
Byrd returned to Atlanta on Mon-'
day where they will resume fheir
studies at the Atlanta Dental col
Mr. J. R?i Murphey audV-MtSE
Kate Tompkins visited Miss Judia
To m p k ins opi.S un day las t ? t. 11 \e
home of i'Hon. \V. A. Strom ?n
if'you have any pictures thal
need framing you can have them
beautifully and cheaply, framed by
Mr. W. H. Turner at 822 Broad
Street, Augusta, Ga.
^. The. roads of the county, in th?
main, aro in good condition.
Would that this could be said of
them during the SO?SO/S of bea vi?,
est hauling-winter and spring.
- In every walk of life the unsel
fish people are !he,happiest-those
who forget thrms-dyps, The dis
salisf.ed person is the one who
seeks solely his own happiness.
Read the a d vc r ti se m '.-n is iii the
Advertiser closely every week and
you will know'where; to go to find
the greatest bargains in .fall and
wi n tfr goods.
.?The Southern has erected a coal
ing platform nearwher." the depot
was burned. Wonder, when they
will turn their attention toward,
the erection ol' a ucw depot ?
f rhere is absolutely no top crop
and b?ft HHl.e -bottom crop cf
cotton th is year. Already farmers
rn the vicinity of Edgefh.dd are
plowing up cotton staiks and sow
. ? .; ....' .
The^regul?r monthly meeting of
'he Woman's Mission and Aid .so
ciety will be-heJd tit the .Bap-is!
"church on Friday afternoon at four
.o'clock. The meeting will be con
ducted by the pastor,.Rev.. 0, E.
Capt. S. .M. j^ice has succeeded
in -procuring two brand rjew
? coaches tor his train. Our people
will, rise eii masse add call him
bleeped if he will work hie "rabbit
foot" on the Southern's 'officials
and get us a brand new depot, foo;
' Treasu re r Wi il 1 i a tn s, t han who m
no county in the state has a
more h "mest,, obliging and c.im
potent ollieial, will bein bu? office
in the .Parker building bright and
early on Thursday morning for
the purpoi-e of collecting taxes.
Who'll be the first to pay up ?.
After b?itis koot,in doors for
nearly a, year Miss Eliza Young
blood is able to attend cnurch
again, and nothing else a fiords her
si i eli ge n n i u e p 1 e a s u re. II e cir ie n rj ?
share wnh her thc \oy that coin?s
with restored health.
MT-, Robert Hanson, the govern
ment official who weighs thejoaded
cars at the quarry, has hoisted a
four-by-eight feet United States
regulation flag over tho works. At
a. great distance the "stars and
stripes" can be 'seen unfurled to
The work upon the 'college
building is progressing very satis
factorily and should no untoward
circumstance retard the progress
all brick work will bo completed
and Ibo roof put ci by the last, of
this month. ti.AV.il) r?piiires?tiae
to metal! il.e- heating pjr>:id'
.'..f-n-nfter tho contrite! Ks - bei h
kt and t! shoiUd,';' and dcm'
js, receiving due attention;
To Tile Thinking Thousands
Dj T. M. Ba ley, who is making
the rounds of- tho lia pt ist ais icia
t?nns of the slate, ?ame up. from
' the Aiken association and s.peu.1
se ve rnl days in Edge fiel d', last
v-'eek leaving -Friday fur the
Lexington association. .'. r
Third;, ol i!, a large pla'e of
fried or st: wed oysters with an
'abundance cf ham, .chicken ?'.nd
pqtato salad (ur only lwen"y fly*
cents ! That's what the ladies of
.the Methodist church wi I i give
you MI'the opera hotiee Friday
Miss Mary Un ford is showing
some .of the richest, handsomest
and most exqu.it rp ly beautiful pat
tern hate ever brought to our town.
We want lo see'eome of Edgefieid's
pretty-young Indies adorned with
th'-se pretty hate.' '
Mis's Effie Allen spent several
d ays iii . johnston la s t iv e ek, re
turuihg on Sunday. She attended
the "'Husbands'Banquet" given by
the "Ntw Century Club" on Fifi day
evening last, which is so graphical
ly^ described by our Johnston cor
reripondeul in thisissue.
Miss Dollie Dugas-' went to thp
hospital in Augusta on Wednesday
?last for treatment, never having
fully recovered from' the operation
for appendicitis which she under
went some months ago. She is
improvi>g rapidly and will soon
be af.de Co rel urn home.
Several days ago a farmer of.
Laurens coun\y off red his two
sons,, age'd Id and ll,, a reward if
they would pick, together, 500
pounds of ?ottoh in a day. W-hoh
night came the two youngster's had
ooo. Are there any Edge fi eld boys
with ?ruch a rec ?rd ?
IIou-many formers ?ii our coun
ty.are buying ootton seed to ferti
lize next year's crop with?'Ho:\. W.
!'A. Strum -is buying large quanti-;
lies iv hi; h he will c;rush before ap
plying theda. Mr. Strornr.is
contemplating; ile erecjiorj; of. a
plantation oil mill having'it re. riy
fdr next E?a?.on-.
W. P. 'Cftjhotin.'Esq.,'has resum
ed his law practic? in EclgefkhL
ffi6office can be found.iii the
building of the Bank bf Edgefield
-nth'1 right, fj!r< Ji all, over .the
store of Messrs. D?rh&Mirafe M r. <
Calhoun is Unding money on farm
property on yor.y easy fenns. Read
his card whjch'hppear? elsewhere in
our columns. '.-..' .
The Odd Fellows, not only in
Ed gefiel d hu! ail over the state,
an awaiting with a groat deal of
interest .tho decision, of the com
mittee "in charge, of ?rec? i ving Iuds,
for the location of the orphanage
that is soon to bo? founded by
Grand Lodge of this state -The J
committee will meet- in C?lanlbia'^
on- to-morrow and it is probable
that its decision will bc announced
very sion (hereafter.
Mr. O. L. Dobson, who re-ides
in the eastern suburbs bf prjr
t-iwn, has been ii) declining-health
for many months. On Tuesday of
last week he was .?Iricken 'with
paralysis-being the-eecoud stroke
that he has received-which has
caused total paralysis of his right
side. We regret.to state that hp
to this writing his condition has not
Tho east window cf the Tenn
Drug Blore is piled with beautiful
:>epo Pnp';r of every, color of the
rainbow. Take a p >'< p at -it as yoti'
??ass. There is nothing more beau
tiful for home decoration of'ev-^ry
kind than this beautiful paper.
The quality is excellent yee the
pr.ic?is only 10 cents po.- roll oro
for 25 cents" Beautify your home
with it. The cost will, bo bul a
The editor of a^u exchange says;
''.Let the young man about town,
out of a job, try a year on the
farm. Plowing behind ?i mule will
trrve him a new confution, take
the Kinks out of lus N hoad, tin
frogs out of his throat, the gas off
his stomach, the weakness out of
hid legs, tho corns oil' his toes, and
give him a good appetite, an
honest living and a. sigbt of
heaven." Are lhere arv in Edge
field who would like to try ii?
, The Advertiser, like every other
;r;er; gets things mixed-'some
times but not so badly a? an Ar
kansas printer who, in making up
the form's in a hurry the other day,
go', a mari inge notice and grocer's.
adv ifJisemeni mix .el,reading as fol'
iov.s:' "John. Brown and Ida Gray
were united in holv saurkraut"by
the quart or barrel. Mf. Brown
is a well known young cod fish at
10 cent p r pound, while tho bride,
Miss Gray, has soine'nic'e pigs/ feet
which will bo sold cheap?r than
any in.town." 1 *
The beautiful and hospitab'e
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Quzfs
presented on Friday evening last a
scene of brilliancy and gaiety,.wilh
good cheer, mirth and merriment
abounding. Tho occasion was a
tea and-reception ni-honor of Miss
Lucy Wai son, daughter of Cid. Ii.
IL Watson and o??ain of the
charming hostess. After tue de
lightful ?epast was ?erved very
hovel and amusing games were en
gaged in, the most unique being
that of guessing advortisemonts.
tn this e inlest Missess Hattie .Kew
son! and Mamie Carwile tied and
cut for the first. prizr*, a beautiful
bDXof Hiiyler's candy, the former
wini: in'g. The booby prize, a huge
stick of streaked, striped candy
th re yards long,- Was won by Miss
Kale Sheppard. All present.-were
i ??erfi cti-y- cha rn) ed with the even
ing's c jn tei tiiinmeul.
. Kew 2 :,b. and 2 1-2-IK bugim:'
j and Ni w Arr w U^s af A urti.-':'
pries, n THE lili) GE F?E LT)'
' M E RC A K TI L K C GM P A N V.
Th.? A dye rt i BR ria (urning out
some:up-to-date job work>-Send
us_y?ur ordere for all kinds of prin
Mr. J YT. Levy Les ono of thc
largest stocks of clothing tobe
.found.in Augusta. And buy
only from reliable manu fact ure rs
he has built a ii enduring r?puta
tion. Ho extends a spacial - invita
tion to the Edgeiieid ?adios.to call
at his store when they visit ,Au
gusta and inspect his large and
very bonntifni stock' of tailor
made suits, skiri?, waists, etc.
Read his attractive adv- rtiSement.
litre. Beauregard Timm oh s has
stead i ly improved since her etav
at th? hospital in Charlotte, but
having como home brffire the
course o? treatment-had been com
pleted she returned on "Monday
last tb Charlotte where she will-re
H^aih for nearly, a monti;. -Hov
physician has assured her that
after the course td' treatment has
b?eii completed .she will bo fully
restored fri her accus!ome,d state of
hea?h. D?ring ber absence Mrs.
Rosa Lott wi Hi direct the affairs bf
file n?useho?d-, haying t-he ?ar? of
Mrs. Tirnm?*ns*. bright little boys.;
Eugene and Lee.
~':'o IJE^? u
Om;-prices arc GUARAN
I quality pf floods considered.
Never in thc history of our cl
tra better linc of clothing than v
The styles both iii CUTS
better, and as for our prices tl
|^anyvfiim. As for '
Priced from $2,00 to $6,50.
Ten.per cent, discount on a1
A:..", CASH cT.
. - Jas. M. Cobb can show the .'prcl
iier.t-.-jp to date Shirl Goods and
Silks bu thc market.
High grade ?tea?and coffees can j
always be had at Tock bottom prices j
at rV - '' ' '
i Tn 13 PENN DUUG STORE.
Advertisers will please READ
and HEED. . To insure insertion
all copy foi' chango of advertise
ments must he Sent in BY NOON
Otf MONDA %. Hurried ly set ad
vertisements are an injustice to
the printer, to the riper and to
the advertisers. themselves.
li PH OLSTE R I?J Ci 'A N D REPA I Ii
Work done on short, notice and
in in a satisfactory manner. I also
make mattrss.oj all kinds. Notify
mo when'you hav.? furniture that
needs repairing I will dothe work
t very reasonably price.
All work guaranteed to give
Ai;Tiiun-A. SIM KINS.
EDCEF1ELD S. C.
S tafe and Coan ty Depositor v \
J. C. SUIirPAKl-) \Y*. JV.AUAMS,
J. iCnOLTKNIOUT. J.??-BENXE'TT, *
j, M. conn. B. s.iibiXAx?,
A.S.-.TOMPKINS,. CC, ; rr.;.?.;;
\V. E. PRKSCOTT.
J. (J. SKKI'V? ?ib, President;
\\\ W. ADAMS, Vico-?Vesiiient,
. E.J.'Mints, CJasliier.
J. H, Ai.i.i;:r, Ass'fe Ca?bi?
Riys'intera ?I on deposits by spep?a
Mohoy to loan ^n liberal terms.
Fromptand polite altontio-. lo bi:..:^
.YOUR ?cc?na* Soli ci ted
Accurately and prompt
ly clay or night-and usc
. only thc-PUREST DRUf?S:
W E Solicit Yo cr.
''."Prescription Trade .
WLy Rc ni ai ir a Slave When
Yon Can Be Cured at Home.
An V; absolute, r .permanent and
painless borne cure ior Morphine,
Cocaine Laudanum, Opium and
other drug habits is -guaranteed
those following instructions." Our
t rea ! m e ut i s y e-n s?trrf ne ar td ca n
be tau eh without the knowledge
or ai-sibt.u.co ot' other persons.
Wo do not detai'uVy?u from busi
ness and each Cd?'p receives indivi
dual . treat ment from an exper
ienced ni.rve -specialist:, ffelief is
immediate. Appetite 'is, restored
at one- and sleep \>6*.;,mes normal
at the beginning of tho'.treatmeut.
We restore the nervous and .phyT
sical systems to their natural con
ditions because we remove the
causes,of the disease
FREE TKIAL TREATMENT
showing, the perfect'support nur
remedy gives N will be. sent onre-.
quest. v Confidential cor
respondence especially with
physicians, sciicited. Write today
for-.our free b??k.which gives .our
Fyi fe rencos, terms, etc* '
! MANHATTAN THERAPEUTIC ASS'N,
Dep't Bf, 1135 Broadway New
York Ci ty
To get your money's worth buy
yourg'roconos from the fresh stock
of /THE EbG?ifiBLD MERCANTILE
COM PAN v.'
Received this week by The
?Edgefield Mercantile Company
lear of fresh meal, car IOU per
.'cont, flour fresh from tba mill,
. which are going at very close
Jas. M. Cobb is headquarters for
lovely winter White Goods aud'
Flannels. -~ - -
Weare headquarters for all
School Books nod in tho public
school and at the S. C. C. I. Our
prices aro right.
. Vt; E. LYNCH & Co.
Ks WE b
EEO to bei thc LOWEST,'
Ves? 2ac=a Lsaca ?V-n ?
othihg business have' wcoffer
ee have for this season,
nd M* VT ERIAL were never'
lev cannot bc approached by
AL'UES ever offered:-;..
We arc headquarters for c
WHOLESALE, and RETAIL
lie Square. Our Brick Wareh
Wc arc in business fortms
phi existence herc. Have
licniomber That You
' JUST RECEIVED
Two car loads of Bag
ging',; one car load of |
Ties, "one car of Flour,
one car of Sait,' one
car of Soap, two cars
of wagons, one car o?
buggies, one car pf
Texas - Rust Proof
Strangely Low Prices are going
on in Domestic and Staple Dry
Goods at Cobb's.
;> y>f.rf: . : .' 1 e .? . I; .'va t
ly V - r sri ve yo tr
? . s - 'N-,'?Ni>y' Oom fore.
Geo. F, Mims5.
. Surgeon Dentist,
E?^BFIBLD. S, O
T elh Extracted-without Pain!
F-ju rt ecu Years Experience;;
Office .oveivPostOffic o j
ATTORNEY AT LA.W
' ?D?5E17IELD, S. C. .
. s $
/Tarronipt," and Careful a>
. teal ion to Business; Ol?h-e : ,- j
i"cvsn Million boxes sold in pa?? jj2 n
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j THE w?msEBB i mm i
? OF EDGEFIELD S. c.. I
STATS ASB . COMTI ia?*
: LARGEST AND STRONGEST BANK IN EDGEFIELD COUNTY =
I Paid up Capital.? - o 8,OOO.00 =
I Surplus an<h L'i. ilit-} ?I r<l J'rofi ts-......". J'S,000.00 5
5 'U?hility of St?ck-huldcrs. -.?S,000.00 j
I Protection to Depositors .....$134,000.00 1
r: H'e invite attention a? those desiring a safe depositoryTor their n oncy to the above =j
I facti. INTEREST PAID ON DEF ?SITS BY SPECIAL CONTRACT. E
"3 I tide* provision of ils ch ai ter this hank is authorized to act ai trustee, guardian 5
5 *?*?fin?.Stroj|>r ?nd executor, and to accept and execute trusta generali? E .
S A. E'j PADGETT", President MI RAIN Vice- P =
? J.J..CAL-f;?i:.lA\,Cfshier. . . AV. II. HAULING, Asst.-Cashier ?
We arc showing some good things in Ladies Dress an"
Skirt Goods* Venetians,- Marnells, Broadcloth, " Zebilenes,.
Cheviots, Storm Serges &c.
SCARFS AN DATABLE COVERS.
The finest . line of these Goods'on the Market, Ladies
Sha wie, Fascinators, Shetland Floss. Zephyr, these Goods
at City Prices. ? . .
. This linc'is al ways-up-to-date, and wc are selling more of
"Walk Over Shoes" for Men an<4 Boys th/.o ever.
Our Stook is nearly allin now and wc invite the inspection,
of tlic public this way: ,
Get your Laundry in Tuesdaysj
WE- CLOTHE THEM "AL:
OUR STOOK comprises all that is- best in Wearing
apparel for . i/i ;v-i' ^ "r":V. ;
"l'en, \ATomen; arid Children
. FOB. THEME
? b ? . _ : ?
Stein-Bloch "Smart Clothes",Strousc k Bro. "High Art'?
Clothes. Shirts, Hats7'.Neck\v/ar, Etc;;.
jailor Suits, Silk "and "Flannel" Waists, Ready-to-Wear
Hats, Belts. Neckwear, Etc.
F?R BOYS WE HAVE. ' '.
descent Clothes for Boys,"Junior Suits, Korfolk Suits,
C?ps, Ect.>*? s/ ; ? 1 J .. H t< , v ;
^ Give us a call when you come to Augusta. ?
844 Broad Street,
everything in our line in Edgefield.. We sell both to th
TRADE. Get our prices from our Retail Store on Pub-,
ouse on Railroad track will be our Wholesale Headquarters-,
iincss, because the commercial needs of Edgefield demanded
You Heard the Drop in Prices?
L i Can Bay in I Edgefield in Wholesale
intities at Eidit : Prices.
We carry Groceries of all kinds, Bacon-Bellies, Rib' Sid9
Plates, Coffee, Sugar, Tobacco, a general line of Hardware, Nails,
Horse aud Mule Shoes, Barbed Wire, Etc.
and Metallic Cases.
.Also Farm Implements, Harrows, Mowers, Horse
Rakes, Lime and Cement.
We Also Buy Cotton and Farm Pro
; duce Generallv.
'Spending any nioner on
I'DryGoods' Shoes Hats and
Clothing Shop around and,
examine the goods offered
by various stores.
We a re'satis fi oCT-TSTim^-H
'you do this berausc we know
j that"'you wiil/ lind nothing
. quite so good as what we
1 oifc:. '.. : . -- N . : -- . *
If we were buying these
things for our own personal
! use we could . not taker-'
greater care in'thcir selection.
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wmpmujmHtivci*** m nm
in Two Days?
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