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Ecteef ield Aovertiser
J. L. MIMS. - - - EDITOR
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Edgefield, s. C.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 21,1S03.
When a woman goes into
society her husband usually
goes into bankruptcy.
It's just this way :If ' you
wide tire your vehicle it will
not be necessary for you to
tire vour horse.-Ex.
The Governor of North
Carolina might say to the Gov
ernor of South Carolina that
it is a- short time between ac
Hon. F. B. Gary has again
been honored by being ap
pointed to preside at a special
term of ?fvil Court to be held
at Lexington on November
lt is rather remarkable that
out of four newspapers pub
lished in Edgefield county,
none of them have a good
word for J, H. Tillman. On
the contrary, they all seem to
have a pretty poor opinion of
Mr. E. D. Andrews, of
Greenwood, executor of the
estate of the late J. L. An
drews, has through his attor
neys, Sheppards and Grier,
brought suit against the South
ern railroad for $65,000 for
killing Mr. Andrews some
Once again South Carolina
has had odium heaped upon
her by the recent flagrant mis
darriage of justice. Soon af
ter the verdict '"not gui'ty"
was flashed over the wires
from Lexington, the writer
was on a train in conversation
with a gentlemen, a non-resi
dent of this state, whose short
but significarttcomment was:
"If I eve*%ant to kill a man
Til entree him to South Caro
With the rendering of the
verdict " not guilty' ' the cur
tain has fallen upon the most
unfortunate tragedy that is
recorded upon. the pages of
South Carolina's history. And
now that James H. Tillman
has been relegated to private
life the press should withhold
further criticism. However,
in future should he aspire to
fill public office, thenthose who
mould and shape public senti
ment should do their[full duty
in the premises.
A resident of New York, a
Christian Scientist and be
liever in faith healing, failed
to provide a physician for his
little daughter who was strick
en with and subsequently
died of pneumonia. The fa
ther was indicted and con
victed of criminal negligence,
receiving a sentence of 500
days imprisonment. He
should not have been un
mindful of the fact that we
are enjoined to watch as well
as pray. That is, to use the
means at hand to accomplish
the desired' end while invo
king Heavenly aid.
Augusta is making great
preparations for the annual
reunion of the Confederate
veterans of Georgia which is
to be held November io-i?th.
South Carolina veterans are
invited. Free lodging and
meals will be provided for all
who are unable to defray their
own expenses. This will also
be a gala vacation for the
young people, Broad street
being the scene of a veritable
exposition midwajr. Augusta
will be in holiday attire and
will keep open house for her
We are not opposed to col
lege athletics when kept in
proper metes and bounds but
we are unalterably opposed
to certain popular games,
football, for instance-in
which brute force is at a pre
mium. The preparation for
and participation in the inter
drag-out contests are extreme
ly demoralizing to the entire
student body of an institution
havipg a team that enters
them. Be it said to the credit
of Furman university that
she has no football team this
year. Let us hope that this
means more brain culture and
less brawn culture, while the
reverse seems to obtain at
A FORLORN HOPE.
Those who are considerate
of the well being of society
and guard with a jealous eye
the good name of South Caro
lina had cherished the hope
that the day had passed in this
state when the unlawful shed
ding of human blood, even by
those in high position, would
go unavenged. This, how
ever, has become a forlorn
hope, a delusive phantom.
Furthermore, it is needless to
expect a realization of this
ideal condition as long as there
are some men who will swear
by the Holy Book and straight
way perjure themselves; as
long as there are incompetent,
if not dishonest, jurors, and
as long as designing and un
scrupulous lawyers, who are
a disgrace to the honorabl?
profession, clog the wheels of
Passed by the Edgefield Baptist
Church on the Retirement of
Rev. P. P. Blalock as
WHEREAS the Rev P. P. Blalock
h'as served this church as tempo
rary pastor for ten months of tie
period that the church was without
a permanent pastor, be it
Resolved : First, that we tender
the said P. P. Blalock our sincere
thanks for bis faithfulness ai d uo
tiring zeal and eiforts put forth
for the upbuilding of the church,
being always at his poet of duty
and ever actively engaged in miu
?8teriug to his flock in their homes
as well as from the pulpit, durin
the week as well as ou the Sabbath
day. lu severing the relations of
pastor aud people we invoke a
continuance of Heaven's richest
blessings upon the labor of his
hands in whatever field he may be,
Resolved, second, that a copy of
these resolutions, being an expres
sion of appreciation for valuable
services rendered as temporary
pastor, be inscribed upou the re
cords of the church, that the de
nominational and county papers
be requested to publish same and
that a copy be forwarded to Rev.
P. P. Blalock by the church clerk.
J. L. MIMB,
W. B. COGBURN.
The W. C. T. U. had a most enthu
siastic meeting on Monday afternoon
at the home of Mis. J. B. Ivey. Mrs.
W. L. Seigler ana Mrs. D. T. Ouzts
were elected representatives to the
Convention of Anderson, beginning
on the 16th inst.
The New Century Club held its reg
ular meeting at the home of Miss. Lu
cile Mobley. Considerable interest is
manifested in the new course of study,
and several new members have been
added to the roll.
Mr. James A. Richardson is having
lumber ba wed for the erection of sev
eral shops ac the corner of Lot ts Ave
nue. They will be supplied with a full
set of "up to date" tools and material,
and first class work of all kinds will
be given the patrons. He expects to
begin work next week, and be ready to
serve the public by the 1st .of Dec.
Our oil mill commenced running
last Tuesday, but closed down a day.
or two on account of scarcity of water.
A much needed rain fell Friday and
Mr. A. P. Lott bas ginned 5*2 bales
of cotton svithin the past five weeks
and believes the crop much less tbah
The late crop of Irish potatoes, to
matoes, and cucumbers, is a practical
demonstration ofAtbe capability o'
Miss. Louella Strother entertained
on Friday evening in bonor of her
cousin, Miss Mamie Scurry, a lovely
young lady from Chappells.
Mr. W. A. Jordan was called to Au
gusta bjr telegram announcing serious
illness of his father.
Mrs. B. B. Watkins, of Clearwater,
spent Friday in town baving returned
from the burial of her father Mr.
A telegram received Thursday an
swered the serious illness of Mr.
George Lott of Augusta. He is in the
hospital and is believed to have appen- 1
The merry go round is in town, and
negroes, children and a few giddy
headed old folks are having fun.
Excursion Rates to Augusta,
The Southern will sell reduced rate
tickets from all points in the State to
Augusta, Ga;and return on account of
State Beunion of Confederate Vet
erans November 10-12tb, at one cent a
mile plus twenty-five cents. Tickets
on sale from points beyond radius of
100 miles November 10-llth, and for
trains scheduled to arrive iu Aug'ista,
Ga; before noon of November IL, em
ited to November 13tb,1903. For full
particulars apply to any local Agent
of the company or to
R. W. HUNT,
Div. Pass. A gt. So. By.,
Charleston, S. C.
New 2 lb. and 2 l-21b. bagging
and New Arrow ties at Augusta
prices. THE EDGEF1ELD
List of letters remaining in the)
Postofflce at Edgefleld, Oct, 17, 1903, !
Colonel Butler, H. M. Holmes, Robt
Hogan, Sarnie L?rick, H. M. Mathis,
S. M. Pagan.Miss Martha Robinson,
Green Simpkins, Pennie Folen, Bobt
Williams, Sam Weaver.
Mouey to loan on Improved
Farms? at 8 p9r cunt. Absolutely
no delay. Write for circular giv
JAMES FRANK & SON,
3 Aug ns ta, Ga,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, )
COUNTY OF EDOEFIKLD. (
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
The British apd'Araerican Mort
Mrs. E. V. T. Hoard, et. al.
Pursuant to the decree in tb it
cau8j, I will offer for sale at pub
lic outcry before Ihe court hcuse,
town of Edgefield, aud state ol
South Carolina, OD saJesday in
Nov. 19D3, (the same being the
2nd day of said month) between
the legal boure of sale, the follow
ing described realty to wit:
All that tract of land, lying,
situate and being in Edgefield
county and state of South Carolina
containing in the aggregate throe
hundred aud fourteen (314) acree,
more or leBS, and composed of twc
tracts of land to wit:
TRACT NO. 1.
That tract containing two hun
dred and twenty (220) acree, mon
or less, and bounded by lands ol
G. W. Tumor and E. V. T.
Horne on the east ; south by land.'
of S. W. Mays and O. B. Whit
lock; west by lauds of J. B. Nor
ris and other Turn? r lands.
TRACT NO. 2.
That tract of land containing
ninety four (94) acme, more oi
less, and bounded on the north b\
lands of M.A. E. Jennings ; on thi
west by the lauds of J. B. Norrie
and lands of E V. T. Horne ant.
others; on the south by the plac
being known as a part of the Oh
Terms of sale -Oae-third cast),
and the balance ou a credit of on?
and two years, with interest Iron
the day of sale. Purchaser to giv<
bond and a mortgage of the prem
ises sold to secure thp payment ol
the credit portion or all cash ai
the purchasers option.
Purchaser to pay for pacers.
W. F. ROATH,
Master Edgefield County.
Oct. 7, 1903.
ROBBED THE GRAVE.
A startling incident, is narrated
by John Oliver of Philadelphia.
HS follows: " I was in au awfu
condition. My skiu waa almos'
yellow, eyes sunken, tongue coat
ed, pain continually in l ack ano
side?, no appetite, growing weckej
day by day. Three physicians ba'1
given me up. Then 1 wi s advisee
to use Electric Bitters ; to ray grea'
joy, the first bottle made a d<-cided
improvement. I continued theil
use for three weeks, and am now a
well mau. I know they robbed
the grave of another victim." N<
one should fail to try then;. Only
50 cents, guaranteed, at The Peni
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, )
COUNTY OF EDGEFIELD. i
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Annie F. Roath, et. al. Plaintiffs
Ida P. Boatwright et. al. Defend- j
Pursuant to the decree ir. this
cause, I, W. B. Cogburn, as Clerk i
of the Court, actiug as special
Master herein, will offer for sale, i
at public outcry to the highest
bidder, before the Court House, in
the town of Edgefkdd, South Caro
lina, on the first Monday in Novem
ber 1903. (It being the 2ud day
of the month,) between the legal
hours of sale; the following de
scribed realty to wit:
All that tract of laud situate,
lying and being in Edgefield Couu
ty South Carolina in Elmwood
Township, containing two hundred
and forty two and one fourth
(2424J acres, more or less, embra
cing the S. W. Nicholson dwelling
house and the improvements ap
perteuant thereto, and being tract
No. 3 uuder the surve?* her.du ; and
bounded on the D?rth by tract No.
1, assigned to Mrs. Alice Norris
and children ; on the south by
tract No. 2, assigned to the children
of Meminger Nicholson and lands
of Tannahill ; east by land of Tan
nahill and Kinnard and west by
land of John Bates et. al.
TERMS OF SALE.
One third cash ; the balance on
a credit of one and two yeare, with
interest on the credit portion from
the day of sale.
Purchaser to give bond and
mortgage of the premises sold to
secure the payment of the credit
portion, (with ten per cent as at
torney fees iu casG said mortgage
is placed in the hands of au attor
ney for collection after maturity ;)
or all cash at the purchasers op
Terms of sale must be complied
with or satisfaction giveu to the
undersigned or he is authorized to
resell the same day.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
W. B. COGBURN,
Clerk of tho Court acting as
Oct. 5th, 1903.
"We hope that all the mothers
of our commuuit-y have read the
advertisement of Dr. Moffett's
teething powders (Teethina) that
has been appearing in this paper,
as it comes to us highly endorsed
by the best people of the lnnd who
have UBed it. Teethina ie not a
patent medicino buta faovrite
prescription of Dr. C. J. Moffot*
who graduated at Jefferson Med
ical Co||ege; Philadelphia, Pa.
and bas bad much experience in
the treatnient of .children, and hia
Teethina bicommg so popular be
was forced to abandon the general
practice to devote his time to the
manufacture of thase powders
that have saved the i i vt e of thou
sands ol children. It is claiindd
that nothing equals them for Ihe ?
irritations of teething and the
summer trou bles of children of
any age and no mother with small
children should be without them."
Soft and crooked bones mean
bad feeding. Call the disease
rickets if you want to. The
growing child must eat the
right food for growth. Bones
must have bone food, blood
must have blood food and so
on through the list.
Scott's Emulsion is the right
treatment for soft .?fcones in
children. Little doses everyday
give the stiffness and shape
that healthy bones should have.
Bow legs become straighter,
loose joints grow stronger and
firmness comes to the soft
Wrong food caused the
trouble. Right food will cure it.
* In thousands of cases Scott's
Emulsion has proven to be the
right food for soft bones in
Send for free sample.
SCOTT.& BOWNE. Chemists.
409-415 Pearl Street, New York.
50c. and $1.00 ; all druggist!.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, )
EDGEFJELD COUNTY. \
COUHT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Annie Palmer, et. a)., against.
Walter Scott Allen
Pursuant to the decree in this
cause, I will offer for sale at pub
lie outcry before the Court. House,
town of Edenfield and State of
South Carolina, rn salesday in
November 1903, the same beinp
(the 2nd day of said month) be
tween the legal hours of Fale, the
following dnperibed realty to wit:
All lhat tract and parcel of land,
situate, lying and being in Edge
field County and State of South
Carolina, containing eight huu
trr.d and *rveutv-five (875) acres,
more or les?, and bounded north
by lauds ol" Lanham and Branson,
-;ast by land ol Furys Ferry Road,
south by hindu of estaie of W. F.
Prescott; und west by Pc .tl's Ferry
Terms of Sale.
One hall cash,, and the balance
ou a credit of one year, with in
terest 011 the credit pott ion from
tne day of sale. Purchaa* r to give
bond and a mortgage of th?
premises sold to secure the pay
ment of the credit por?ion.
Purchaser' to pay for papers.
W. F. ROATH,
Mastei, E. C., S.*C.
Oct. 7th, 1903.
FOR HOME-SEEKERS' ABD
The country along the Colton
Belt Route iu Southeast Missouri,
and Texas offers the greatest op-J
portunities for Homesuekers. Mild
climate, good water,cheap building'
material, abundance of fuel, and
Boil that will often in a single sea
son yield enough to pay for the
ground. Land can be bought as
cheap as $2.54 au acre, prairie
land at $4 and $5 per acre up, bot
tom land at $5 and $6 per acre up
improved or partly cleared land at
$10 and $15 per acre up. Some
fine propositions for colonies
tracts of 2,000 to 8,000 acres at $4
to $10 per acre-big money iu this
for a good organizer. Fruit and
truck lauds in the famous peach
and tomato bell of East Texas at
$10 to $20 per acre up. Write us
for information about cheap rates,
excursions dates, also literature
descriptive of this great country
and let us help you fiud a home
that will cost you no more than
the rent you pay every year.
E. W. LABEAUME, G. P. & T. A.
Cotton Belt Route,
St. Louie, Mo.
lu each state to travel for house
established eleven years and with
a large capital, to call upon mer
chants and agents for successful
and profitable line. Permanent
engagement. Weekly cash salary
of $18 and all traveling-expenses
and hotel bills advanced in canh
each week. Experience not essen
tial. Mention reference and en
close self-addressed eovelopo.
THE NATIONAL, 334 Deaborn
Money to Loan
On improved towu property and
farms. I prefer farm loans.
WM. P. CALHOUN,
Edgefield, S. C.
A GREAT SENSATION.
There was a big sensation in
Leesville. Ind. when W* H. Brown
of that placp, who was expected to
die, had bis life saved by Dr.
King's New Discovery for Con
sumption. He wribs; ,lI endured
insult rabin agonies from Asthma
but your New Discovery gave me
imm?diat relief and soon there
after effected a complete cure.
Similar cards of Consumption,
Pneumonia, Bronchitis and Grip
arf. numerous. It's the peerless
remedy for all throat ami lung
troubles. Price 50c, and $1.00.
Guaranteed by The Penu Drug
Btoie, Trial bottles free.
Geo. P. Mims.
We are opening the hand
Ladies Imported ]
ever offered on this wavh
to-date on Laches Dr<
We are offering some SPJ
Goods. We have a large ste
Fine Goods at exceedingly lo
Dress Goods, Etc.
1 yd. wide Sea Island 5c.
1 yd. wide Bleached Homeppun
Checks 5c. Calico 5o. aud up.
Dress Goods, Cashmere, all col
ors, 10c. to 75c per yard.
Broadcloth, Ladies' Cloth, Thib
ber, Ziberline, and Flannel Suit
bigs, worth 50c, 25c.
Waisting, Mercerized White
Waisting, Fleeced White Waist
ing, Velvet Striped Flannel, Silks,
in fact everything for waists.
Lace aid Embroidery.
In this line we aro ni surpassed.
We have any kmd of these goods
that you want cheaper than you
ever bought them. Come and
.see. We can't describe them.
Dress Trimming of every descript
ion Medallioh Appliqu" Braids.
Ls ce and Fancy Collars, Silk ?nd
Wool Fu sci na tors.
Also a full line ol' Ribbon?.
Remnants in 51b. Bundles,
J. W. PEAE
(?2S Broad Stree
Come to our store fur BARGAINS v
Special Bargains: 86 inch wide she*
yard: good quality drills 5c yard: lirst
oiled coloied Calico to go at 5c yd: 6}
Black Sateen cut to Sc ; all 25c Table Di
Men's Pants from 45c to $2.60 pair; fl
and Children's Suits from 65c to $1.98 s
100 Dozen Ladies 40c Vests cut to 2:
Ve-ts to go at 25c; Men'g>heavy> Shiri
Shirts and Drawers cut from 75c to 8?j
Best values in Suspenders on the ma
LADIES' SUI UT WAIST: 1C00 I
Skirts cut to 24c; heavy Fall Skirts for
Our Shoe Stock can't be beat, Childro
from $l.u0 to $1.75 fur best Calf or Vici
LARGE STOCK OF TINW-ARJ
We cat. save you money on e
A. M. THC
628 Broad Street,
State of South Carolina,
By J. D. Allon, Esq,, Probate
Whereas S. T. Branson mada
suit to me, to grant him letters of
administration of the estate and
effects of Jane Collins, deceased
These are therefore (0 cite and
admonish all and singular kin
dred and creditors of said Jane
Collins, deceased, that they be
aud appear before me, in the
Court of Probate to be held at
Edgefield court house, South
Carolina, on the 15th day of Oc
tober next, after pubication there
of at ll o'clock in the foreuoou, to
show cause, if any, why the said
administration should not be
Given nnder my hand, this
28th day of September, 1903.
J. D. ALLEN, J. P.E. C.
Ten Thousand Churches
In the United Statis have used
the Longman & Martinez Pure
Paints. Every Church will begiv
en a liberal quanity whenever they
paint. Don't pay $1.50 a gallon
for Linseed oil (worth 60 cents)
which you do when you buy thin
paint in a cac with a paint label
on it. 8&6 make 14. therefore
when you want fourteen gallous. of
paint.buy only eight gallons of Lit
M., and mix six gallons, of pure
linseed oil with it. *
You need only four gallons of
L&M. Paint, and three gallons of
Oil mixed therewith to paint a
good size bouse.
Houses painted with these
paints never grow shabby, even
af 1er 18 years.
These celebrated paints are sold
by THE PENN DRUG STOKE.
When placing your insur
ance give me a call. I rep
resent a very strong line Df
STIRS? - - -
Insurance Companies; also
Agent for the New York
IvIlTIS - - -
Insurance On. I will nppr?
prec?ate a si.are of yon- bu.
ine?8. I c:in be lound at my
o!Fiec---Oflice No, 2---over Hank ol
James T \I I VI S3
comest linc of
Black and Colored
et. We are always up
2ss Goods and Silks,
d See Them. .
?CIAL BARGAINS hi Fall
?ck well selected. Pretty and
w prices, while they last.
Ready Hade Clot?? and
Boys' Suits, 75c. to 5.00
Men's Suits 3.50 to 12.50
We have a crack-a-jack line of
Clothing. Don't fail tn look at
them before buying.
Underwear and Hosiery. Men's
Also a fud linc LaVlics and Chil
dren's Underwear. 25c. to 1.00
Hosiery, 5c. pair up.
Men's Shoes, 1.00 to 3.50
Shoes! Shoes! We hpve the bes
wearing and most, comfortable
Shoes ever offered f-jr the money.
Children shoes, 25c. to 75c.
Misses and Boys' shoes, G5c. tn
Large Stock of Boys and Men'i
j lints,. Rock bottom pri?es.
it, Augusta. Ga.
rhen ia Augusta. R;ad theses prices
etin<? 5c ; anl; jard wide Sea island 5c
-class Checks and Plaids ar ic yard: all
?o M aists and Dress Outing at 5c. 10c
?mestiCfCUt io I5e and regular 50c goods
len's Suits from $2.50to $7.2:3 suit; Boys
nit; Men's Overalls from 25c to 49c pair.
ic; 300 dozen heavy 50c Jersey Bibbed
.8 out from 40c to<2f>c; - extra soft finish
rket for f he money.
'ercale Waists for 24c: lot of Summer
ms 10c np; Womens 93L np and Men's
S AT KOCK BOT TOM PRICES,
very thing we sell. Call to ?see us.
Don't spend money going to
the mountains or the seashore,
buy in old reliable Sabnrosa cigar
It will transport yon to a bliss
ful Elysium. For sale at
THE PENN DRUGE STORED
County Treasurer's Notice.
County Treasurer's office.
Edgefield, S. C., Sept. 22d, 1903
The tax levy for various pur
poses is as follow!; :
The tax books will be open for
collecting State, County and
School taxes for 1903 from Oct.
15, 1903, to March 1, 1904. No
penalties will bo acded until Jan
uary 1st, 1904. A penalty of one
per cent, will be added on all
taxes unpaid by Jannaray 1st,
1904. A penalty of two per cent,
on all unpaid by Feb. lat, I90i.
A penalty of seven per cent, will
bo. added on all unpaid March
For State - . - 5 mills
For County - 5 mills
For School - - - 3 mills
For Shaw R. R. bords - 2 milis
For Pickens R. R. bouds 6 mill
For Wise R. Ii. bonds - 3? mills
For Edgefield school b'ds 0^ mills
For Edgefield R. R. b'ds l4l mills
For Edgefield school 2 mills
For Johu?ton school - 3 mills
All male persons living within
corporate limits of cities or towns,
students attending any college or
school of the State, ministers iu
?charge of regular congregations,
teachers employed in public
schools, school trustees during
their term of office, persons per
manently disable d'and those ac
tually engaged in the quarantine
service of the State aro exempt
from the payment of road tax.
All other male per sou s between
the ages of IS and 50 years ar? re
quired to pay said road tax, or
work not less than six days du
ring the vear.
The poll tax is'I1.
C. M. WILLIAMS
Treas. Edgefield Co.
Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 n
i T e m p t a t i ? n s
I F?R THE M?T WEEK ARE ?IH
But thc more splendid offerings will be in
L ADI E'S WALKING SKIRT MATERIAL, viz.,
Broadcloth Repellants, Smoothe and Rough Serges,
Covert and Flannels.
Just to make
3*ou better ac
% ment we will
during the week
ofter special bar
gains in Ladies
member that you
will receive the
same careful at
tention as if you
paid full price.
W. H. TURNER, Proprietor.
Our Grreat Opening
if SaleofFall Goods ^
Means an, opportunity for you to save money
on every item. We have made the prices lower than ever.
Help us carry this good news into every home. Tell it to
the stranger within our gates that they may be benefitted
also. $1.00 will buy as much here as $1.50 will buy else
A. FEW PRICES
Dry Goods ? tc.
Calicoes, per yard, 3 1-2 to 4c.
White Homespuu, worth 5c. per
yard, 3 l-2c.
Real Heavy Outing, worth GCA, at
Everything else in this line just
Old Ladies' Comforts, 75c.
Ladies Imitation Dongola Sho^s,.
poii,g at . 99c.!sPecial Prico>
Men's Work" Shoes, 8lJc. j Boys, Knee Pants, 15c. up.
MPIVS Dress Shoes, 1.00 ! Men's Pants, from 35c. to 5.00.
Men's 4.00 Vici Shoes, 2.00 Children's Suits, . 60c. up.
M? n and Boy's Cloth
Men's Heavy weight, full lined
suit, good 5.00 value, 3,00
Men's Black Wool Thibet Suit,
latest, cut, fully lined. Ten Dollars
is. what others get ; our price 5.00
Men's AU wool, Clay Worsted
Suits, made ai d trimmed in first
cla3S style, as good as you can
buy elsewhere for 8.00. Our
Don't Miss This Sale
We have the best values we have ever offered. We
don't want you to take our word for this statement, we want
yon to come abd see fdr yourself. We know that you
will believe your own eyes.
F ALL MILLINER Y.
I am now displaying the most beautiful lin? of MILLI
NERY ever shown inEdgefield.
INFANTS CAPS, MISSES HATS
and a large assortment of LADIES UNTRIMMED HATS,
READY-TO-WEAR HATS, PATERN HATS are now
I invite the ladies of Edgerield to call and let me show
MISS MARY BUFORD
In 3?R. C. K. MAY'S STOKE, - E DGF. FIELD, S. C.
?We INVITE "STOTT
To inspect our Large Fall Stock of
Clothing Shoes, Hats ant
direct from tne Manufacturers.
We are Headquarters for these Goods, so you can know that
whet they come fiom our S'or< <he Stvle and Quality are right.
We bought early oonsequently prices are very reasonable.
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re a Cold in One Day I
no Quinine Tablets. ?
lonths. Tine cicrnatnrp. X?y?