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I WEDNESDAY, OCT. 21,1903.
We carry the iargest stock, of
igLt and heavy', single and double
' harness, saddles, bridles, halters,
leather, etc,carried,m this sectioD
of the state. We caD save you
niouey on these goods.
? .. . RAMSAY & JONES.
IT SAVED HIS IEG.
P. A. Danforth of laGrange, Ga.,
suffered for six mouths with a fri
ghtful runuing sore on bis leg; but
writes that Buckien's A? nica Sal ve
wholly cured it iu five days.
For Ulcers, Wounds, Piles, it's
the best sal\e iu toe world. Cure
guaranteed. Ouly 25 cte. Sold
by The Penn Drug Store.
Buy your guns, and shells from
tho new stock of THE EDGEFIELD
Warm weather is right upon us
and we have the warm weather
goode, ?uch as porch and lawn sets,
hammocks, ice cream churns, re
frigerators etc. Call and let VE
Bhow you our large aud vaiiea
stock of merchandise.
RAMSEY & JONES.
Everyone needs ago?d blood pu
ll rifier in the spring. Rheumacide
is recognized as the best wherever \
known. Refuse all substitutes.
Does not iitjure the digestive or
- gans. ? superb laxative and tonic.
r At Druggists.
MAKES A CLEAN SWEEP.
Thpre's nothing like doing a
thing thoroughly. Of all, the.
Salves you ever beard of, Buckien's
Arnica Salve is the best ' I?
sweeps away and cures- Jurns,
Sores, BruiseB,Cuts. Boils, Ulcers,
Skin Eruptions and Piles. It's
only 25c,and guaranteed to give]
satisfaction by. The Penn Drug
Does not your office or home
need a new .desk or book case?
We have a beautiful assortment
of Ladies Desks, Roller-top Desks,
? Book Cases, etc., suitable, for the
. home or office. Let us show them
RAMSEY & JONES.
Our prices on chairs, rockers,
tables, beds, wardrobes, bedroom
suits are surprisingly cheap. No
ons would think of ordering or j
/buying these goods elsewhere if
.they see ours before doing av.
RAMSEY & JONES.
; A THOUGHTFUL MAN.
M. M. Austinsof Winchester,
Iud. knew what to do in the hour
of L'?ed. His wife had such an
unusual case of stomach and liver
trouble, physicians could not help
her. 'He - thought of and tried
Dr. King'e New Life'Pills and
' Bhe got relief at once and was
finally cured.' Only 25c, at The
-Penn Drug Store.
Eight hour laws are ignored by
* those tireless, little worker *-Dr.
King,s New Life Pill. Millions
are al wave ac work, night and, day
curing indigestion, Biliousness
Constipation, Sick Headache aud
all Stomach, Liver, and bowe
trouble. Easy, pleasant, safe,
sure. Only 25c. at The Penn
I always carry a large assort
ment of the newest desigus in
mouldings and eau frame your ph-|
turps at a very reasonable price.
Can .epair and reburuish old
frames so as to make them appear]
new. When in Augustacall upon
me at 822 Broad street.
W. H. TURNER.
, Trustworthy, either sex, by
Wholesale Merchandise Company
of solid financial standing, to
manage Local Represent at ives who
will organize clubs among consum
ers. 40 per cent saved for our]
customers. Business no experi
ment but a proven success. Sal
ary $18.00 a week, expenses ad
yauced. Experience .unnecessary.
Address D. B. "C?arkson,^Mgr., 334
Dearborn St., Chicago, 111.
Full line of School Bags, Slates,
Pens, Pencils, Iuk, Tablets, etc.
- . W. E. LYNCH & Co.
FRUSTREES ANL> PLANTS
OF ALL KIND?.
._JRoaes-, Evergreens, Nut Bearing
?rees and Plants for the Flower
ard. Now is trie time to order.
R. H. MIMS.
PHOTOGRAPHS IN LATEST FALL
AND WINTER STYLES
Being the Children and aged rela
tives before wintei sets in.
@SF~Photographs fitted in Lockets
R. H. MIMS.
All persons having claims a
gaiust- the estate of James. A,
Bjnnett, late of Edgefield county,
South Carolina, deceased, will pre
sent same duly attested for pay
ment, and all persons indebted to
said estate are hereby notified to
come forward and make payment
to Mr. A. L. Barker, or to
MRS. MARTHA E. BARKER,
Sept. 24th, 1903. 3t
' THE AUGUSTA
' SAYINGS BANK. *|
805 Broad Street,
w. a. YOUNG, - - resident
'j. G. WKl?i.:?, - --- Cashier
SAViNGS ACCOU'l S SOLICITED
Uiv5.*J*t i* i 1 ? i DOMOS
A Great Success.
The ladies of our Methodist church
were amply rewarded for their work
and worry in preparing the ryster
supper that was given on F? iday eve
ning last. Tra&f?ssreceipter amount
ed toS40 and more mo. .ey ' would have
found its'way into> their coffers but
their supply of oysters and sundry
delicacies n ere n..t equal to the de
mand. Sbme"hid to he tuned away
hungry. 'Diese good ladies know how
to engineer things successfully and
should have another similar feast, and
doubtless will, atan early day. They
can always count upon a large patron
Death of an Aired Citizen.
After a sojourn of nearly three
score and ten years Mr. Elijah Dorn
passed away at his home nenr Celestia,
Saluda county, on the 13th inst. He
was probably the oldest surviving
member of this honest and sturdy pi
oneer family. Mr. Dorn led a quiet
life, and was a great lover of home
only going beyond the confines of his
immediate neighborhood whKi urgent
business required it. He had made
peace with his God and in his dying
moments signified his readiness and
his willingness.to be urshered into the
presence of his Maker. The deceased
was twice married, being survived by
his second wife and sixteen children.
The interment took place on Wednes
day last in the private burying ground
not far distant J rom wnere he was
born and reared.
The Tent Meeting.
Rev. R, fi. Subletr, the evangelist,
and his faithful co-laborer, Mr. Dur
ham, who conducts the singing, ar
rived on Saturday afternoon and have
been holding very interesting services
in the opera house. The large tent,
with a seating capacity of 2500, is ex
pected to arrive on every train, being
delayed while in transit. Rev. Mr.
Sublett has been very successful
wherever he has been and if the oeople
of our community will do their part a
great revival of the old time religion
can be had here io Edgefield. We
need such a meeting. Attend every
serviceand urge others togo. When
the tent arrives it will be erected on
tte lof. at the end of the railroad
track, being.convenient to everybody
who desires to attend. Why not baye
a tent meeting in Edgefield like the
one held in 1SSG? We can, if we will.
Itseem8 that we will not much
longer have a dearth of houses in
Edgefield. .Already plans "have'
been drawn and contracts let for
some, aDd there are rumors of
others yet to be contracted for.
We have been reliably informed
that Mr. C. W. Spencer has closed
contracts for the immediate erec
tion of ten residences. It is gen
erally conceded that building fever
spreads like contagion, conse
quently when some of our citizens
build houses for '.heir own ure and
for rent, it will cause others to do
likewise. Once the ball has been
set in motion it is probable that
before many months no prospec
tive new coners will lack fora
Bocee. Hasten the day !
Fourth Quarterly Conference.
The fourth Quarterly Conference
of the Edgefield circuit will be
held-in the Edgefield Methodist
church on Saturday and Sunday
next. Rev. J. S. Beasley, the
presiding elder of Columbia dis
trict will preach hoth Saturday and
Sundry morning. The business
session cf the Confer mee will be
held Saturday afternoon. A full
representation is desired, aud the
fact that Rev. Mr. Beasley is to
preach assures a large attendance
upon the devotional exercises. On
former visits to Edgefield Rev.
Mr. Beasley has been warmly
greeted by large congregations.
We buy buggies in car . lots is
why we can eel ; them so cheay.
All styles of Babcock, Tyson &
Jones, Rock Hill and dozens of
other reliable makes of buggies
always on hand.
RAMSEY & JONES.
Nothing isr nicer for the table
these early autumn days than
Mccaroni and Chee se. We carry
the delightful CREAM CHEESE
that this store has always been
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
Jae. M. Cobb is showing some
thing new aud stylish in Ladies,
Second-Hand School Books.
We have good stock of second
hand school books which we are
selling at greatly reduced prices.
W.E. LYNCH &Oo.
Nothing would add so greatly to
the beauty and comfort of your
home as new matting spread up
on your floors. We have a very
large supply of matting in all of
the latest, colors and patterns, alBO
beautiful linoleum for the hall.
Pries very low.
RAMSEY & JONES.
PVesh assortment of fancy cakes
and crackers just received: Try
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
Why Remain a Slave When
You Can Be Cured at Home.
An absolute, permanent and
painless home cure for Morphioe,
Cocaine Laudanum, Opium and
other drug habits is \ guaranteed
tbo3e following instructions. Our
treatment is ver) simple and can
be taken without the knowledge
or assistance of other persons.
We do not detain you from busi
ness and each case receives indivi
dual treatmeut from an exper
ienced nerve specialist. Relief is
immediate. Appetite is restored
at once and sleep becemeb normal
at the beginning of the treatment.
We restore the nervous and phy
sical systems to their natural con
ditions because we remove the
causes of the disease
FREE TRIAL TREATMENT
showing the perfect support our
remedy gives will be sent on re
quest. Confidential cor
respondence especially with
physicians, solicited. Write toda)
for our free book wh ch gives oui
references, terms, etc.
MANHAT^.N THERAPEUTIC ASS'N
D>'p't B, 1135-Broadway, Nev
Timely, Tersely, Truly Told
The November term of court
convenes on the third Monda}'.
Contractor Spencer is now on
the home-stretch with the brick
work of the college building.
Mr. L. W. Cheatbam is in at
tendance upon the United States
court in Greenville as a grand ju
Miss Elizabeth Hill left on Mon
day for a fortnight's sojourn with
her sister, Mrs. W. D. Ready, of
Let the Advertiser print some
visiting cards for you. We haye
beautiful new type and cards of
the latest style.
Mr. Heurv Hughes Hill and
Miss Stella Walaer spent Sunday
at Ridge Spring, visiting Miss Coy
Wood and other friends.
Miss Lillian Smith who is teach
ing a flourishing school at Roper's
spent Saturday and Sunday under
the parental roof.
De 'simmons am*er ripenin', de
'possums am er fattenin', de horns
am er blowin', de dogs am er bark
in' and de "coons" am happy.
Miss Helen Sheppard has re
turned after spending the summer
in the mountains, and visiting her
aunt in Greenville. .
The Advertiser helps your busi
ness, now help tho Advertiser by
giving us your printing. We take
no money for it unless you are
."The Professor's Love Story" is
the name of a play that is making
a bit before the footlights. Whose
lov? story is it, Capt Cain's or
Prof. Entzminger'8 ?
Miss Ha;tie Sheppard accompa
nied MVP. C E. May and little
Margaret went to Augusta on Sun
day afternoon, returning on Mon
Some very fine sweet pol a'OPS
are being sold on our streets at se
venty five cents per bushel. That's
a living price for the producer if
uot for the consumer.
Dr. F. W. P. Butler spent Sun
day in Columbia with Mrs. But
ler. The latter will return to Edge
field the latter part of this week
after spending the summer in the
Col. F. N. K. Bailey has been
truck farming this year on a large
scale a-nd he is now profiting by
it. His tables are daily supplied
with vegetables, etc-, of his own
Supreme Dictator J. C. Shep
pa'od is speuding thie week in Balti
more, New York and Boston in the
interests of the Knights of Honor,
of which order he is the highest
Mrs. Lizzie H. Folk, accompani
ed by little Julia, went to Gaines
ville Ga., on Wednesday last,
where she will Bpend sometime,
boping that the latter's health will
be benefitted by the change.
' At his own request Prof. Wi P.
Coker was granted a lotter of dis
mission from the Edgefield Baptist
church on Suuday last, and will
unite with the church at Weldon
N. C., where he is teaching.
Miss Mary Holston left Monday
morning for Red Hill to enter upon
her duties as assistant teacher in
the large school ef that prosperous
community. She will board at the
home of Mr. Thomas who resides
near the Behool building.
Mr. Thomas Carson, a nephew of
Gen. M. C. Butler, who was a for
mer student of the S. C. C. I.,
spent several days in Edgefield last ,
week. Mr. Carson is engaged in (
the railway service and is stationed :
at Concord, N. C.
For three consecutive yee rs Moss '
township has had the distinction
of being the first to pay state and ,
county taxes. On Thursday last,
the first man to come forward and
pay his taxes was that sterling j
citizen Mr. J. Nick Griffis,'of the
Miss Virginia Addison leaves on
Friday to attend the marriage of 1
Mies Jennie Addison and Mr. J. 1
E. Arthur, of Ninety-Six, which
will be solemnized on Wednesday
evening next at the home of th^. 1
bride. Miss Virginia will go via
Columbia where she will stop
several days with friends.
Mr. J. Berrien Walker, after au
absence of three months from our
town, was .warmly greeted by his
many friends on Sunday la6t Mr.
Walker is travelling, in the inter
ests of large clothing manufac
turers of Philadelphia, and he will
be at home but little during the
uext tb re* months.
The very practical sermon, so
earnestly and impressively deliver
ed by Rev. C. E. Burtb on Suuday
morning last from the text, "Let
your light so shine before men that
they may see your good works and
gi >rify your Father which is in
heaven," has been declared by
many to have been the ablest ever
delivered in their hearing.
During former years the students
of the 6. C. C. I., were allowed to
%o upon the streets cc an hours
of every day of the week, but IhiB
36BB?OU their general leave has been
restricted, as is the cape with most
military schools, tu Friday after
l.oon. While our people are al
ways g'ad to see the bright ?nd
happy faces of the studenis on our
?freets, doubtless tbip new r'e^uia
'lon is bett-T for them, for they
nive more time to devote to ?.heir
Undies and military duties..
To The Thinking; Thousands
Mrs. W. S. Cothran, of Abbe
ville, accompanied by her two lit
tle children, JP spending several
day? at the ideal country home cf
Mr. D. B. Hollingsworth.
Capt. S. M. Rice spent. Fiiday
in Columbia on business pertain
ing to his duties as conductor.
Capt. Lawson, of the mainline,
punched tickets in Capt. Rice's
Miss Cai rie Morgan, of Modoc,
who is boarding with Mr. a?dMrs.
A. A. Glover and attending the
S. C. C. I., spent Saturday and
Sunday at home. She was accom
panied by Mrs. A. A. Glover who
visited her sister, Mrs; P. R.
Miss Julia V. Tompkins, accom
panied by pretty little Miss Ruth
Strom spent Saturday and Sunday
in Edgefield with the home folkB.
Her many friends greeted her very
cordially. Miss Julia is delighted
with her position as teacher at the
home of Hon. W. A. Strom.
There was quite a large number
representative citizens from all
over the county on our street3 on
Monday. Indeed, we do not re
member to have seen so many lead
ing citizens from every section of
the couuty when there was no pub
lic occasion to attract them hither.
Rev. C. E. Burts had his horse
and buggy driven from Blackville
lasi week. Having a nice turnout
alwayB athis command, will great
ly facilitate in the matter of pas
toral visiting, -especially among
tknse who reside several miles from*
Superintendent G. R. Spencer
and family, and Contractor C. W.
Spencer and family, and Mr. and
Mrs Friday, the parents of Mrs.
C. W. Spencer, .have rented and
moved into the large residonce of
Mrs. V. C. Addison, near the
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Ouzts are
now comfortably ensconsed in
their cozy cotcage home near the
Griffin hill, which they recently
purchased from M. P. Wells, Esq.,
Mr. Thomas; who vacated the
house for Mr. Ouzts, has removed
to the Bennett house near the Pres
Mr. John B. Davis began at the
bottom rouud with the Southern
about two years ago and now he is
Capt. Davis) conductor . of the
quarry train. This shows what
perseverance and faithful perform
ance of every dury will do for a
young man. Messrs. J. L. Addi
son aud J. E. Minn are also mem
bers of Capt. Davis'crew. ,
Mrs. Foreman, Miss An.ni.e
Foreman and Mrs. H. H. Stem
bridge returned to Ellenton on
Thursday la6t after spending the
summer with Mesdames C. J. Ash
ley and M. E. Merriman. These
good ladies were charmed with
Edgefield and it was with reluc
tance that they returned to their
home which is not far from the
malaria infested region.
At the close of the regular week
ly prayer meeting at the Baptist
church on Wednesday evening last,
which was very largely attended,
Mr?. Mamie Warren and Miss Ina
Hill united with the church. The
former was a member of old Mt.
Tabor church before i wa? aban
doned and the latter presented
herself for baptism. The ordi
nance of baptism will be admin
istered at an early day.
The rainy season will soon set in
and the ladies should make ready
for it. The Corner Store adver
tises this week all of the latest
materials for rainj'-day skirts.
While in the north Mr. W. H. Tur
uer selected these goods with his
3wn hands which is a guarantee
that the style and quality are right.
Ladies, read Mr. Turner's adver
The farmers of the Meetiug
Street section, like those of other
?ections adjacent to Edgefield,
prove their faith in our cotton
market by their works. On Thurs
day last a procession of wagons
from several of the farmers around
Meeting Street brought thirty bales
af cotton to Edgefield, and were
paid the top of the market for the
lot. Is there any wonder then that
nearly all the cotton grown north
o? Edgefield is sold on our market.
Mr. James B. Adams was amone;
the visitors to our town on Monday
from the lower section of Edgefield
county. While eu route to Edge
field he passed the corps of sur
veyors who are locating the Hue
for the North Augusta county.
They began on the Savannah river
about a mile below Modoc, and had
reached the Martiutown road some
distance north of Dr. J. N. Graf
ton's. The advocates of the new
couuty are up and doing, but it is
by no means certain that their
efforts will profit them anything,
for "there's .nany a slip 'twixt the
cup and the lip."
Cadet Garrie ot Col'eton county
who r-.ceutly entered upon his
senior year as a student of the S.
C. C. I., has accepted a position
as teacher of mathematics in the
Baptist Associational school of
Clyde N. C., at a salary of $50 per
month. Sinc3 comiug among us
Mr. Garris has been recogui^ed a
young mau of unusual intellec
tual endowment, and his reoord in
mathematics during last session
showed him to be a genius in this
particulur Hue, It will be remem
bered that at the hist commence
ment he was awarded the medal
forthebi'st original essay. Being
cllO??l: b r this position is a com
pliment lo this worlhy youngman
and to, theS. C. C. I., under whose
tutelage be has been, '
THE &L8 RELIABLE
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
After locking our forms the intelli
gence of the death ot' Mr. Geo. D.
Tillman of Uright's disease has readi
ed us. We regret (hat wc cannot make
a fuller announcement. The Adver
tiser extends sympathy to the bereaved
Mr. John R. Tompkins, the
?popular and efficient cashier of
the Edgefield Manufacturing Com
pany, has closed a contract with
Mr. C. \V.. Spencer to erect a
modern and very beauliful cottage
on the lot opposite the residei.ce
of Mr. H. A. Smith, which he re
cently purchased from Mrs. E. N.
DeVore. Upon this hangs a tale,
and it is easy to read hetween the
lines, it being significant for a
handsome bachelor to erect a hand
We have been requested to an
nounce to the patrons of the Kiu
dergarf"n school that they can
seud their little ones on Monday
uext. The school will bc conducted
as last year at the home of Mrs.
Kale N'ims. Let the little ones be
on hand on the opening day.
When they enter later they are
placed at agreat disadvantage and
the work is made much harder for
Landrreth's new crop Oniou Sets
just received at
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
OUR GU A
Onr prices are GUARANT1
quality of goods considered.
Never in tiie history of our ck
a better line of clothing; than w
The styles both in CUTS a,
better, and ns^for our prices th
any fiim. As for
BOYS SQ ?li
We have, the GREATEST V<
^Priced from $2,00 to $6,50.
Ten per cent, discount on al
J B VHITI
Strangely Low Prices are going
on in Domestic and Staple Dry
Goods at Cobb's.
Bnt few city stores carry a larger
assortment of Perfumery and Toi
let Articles than we do. If you
want the best come to
THE PENN DRUG STORK.
Jas. M. Cobb can show the pret
tiest np to dato Shirl Goods and
Silks on the market.
Wt are headquarters for teas and
coffees. Once you become our
customer on these goods and you
will buy nowhere else.
A THE PENK DRUG STORE.
UPHOLSTERING AND REPAIR
Work doue on short notice and
in m a satisfactory manner. I also
make mattrss of all kinds. Notify
mo when you have furniture that
ueeds repairing I will do the work
at very reasonable price.
All work guaranteed to give
ARTHUR A. SiMKiNS.
THE BANK ;
OF EDGEFIELD :
EDGEFIELD S. C.
State and County Depository
J. C. SHEPPARD, W.W.ADAMS,
J. II. BOUKN1GIIT. J. A. KENNETT,
J. M. COBB. B. S. HOLLAND,
A. S. TOMPKINS, C. C. FULLER',
W. E. PRESCOTT.
J. C. SHKPPAKD, President
W. W. ADAMS, vice-President.
E. J. HIMS, Cashier.
J. II. ALLIN, Ass't Caslne
Pays interast on deposits by speoia
Money to loan on liberal terms.
Prompt anu polite attention to busi;
YOUR Account Solicited
Accurately and prompt
ly da)7 or night and usc
only the PUREST DRms.
W'S .Solicit Your
ENr-eso ripti on Trade
W. E. Lynch & Co
Miss Aileen McGee, a very beautiful /
and accomplished young lady from '
Greenville, arrived on Monday to
spend some lime with her cousin, Miss
Miss Addie Carl lidge isa student
of typography at the Advertiser ofHce
and it is very remarkable how rapid I y
shebas learned toset type, accurately,
Mr. .Tann's E. Hart announces his
Winter Wraps sale and invites the
Ladies and Misses to inspect his large
stock. Mr. Hart is offering some good
values in th se goods,and the shoppers
cannot afford to mis] seeing them.
The \merican Saxophone Quartette
company, composed of the most gifted
iiid popular entertainers who erne
south, will gi ve an entertainment in
the opera house on the evening of No
vember the 2nd. We shall have more
to say of thom in our next issue
Col. J. H. Tillman came to Edge
Held from Lexington on Wednesday
alternoon last and remained till Mon
day morning when he and' Mrs. Till
man were summoned to Clark's Hill
by telegram on account of the serious,
illness of Mr. Geo. D. Tillman.
The Bu sui cse League and citi
zens generally are requested to
meet in the court h^use on Fri
day afternoon at four o'clock to
consider the new county question.
B. E. NICHOLSON, President.
A full assortment of Tobaccos
aud smoking goods can always.be
found here. The best five cents
cigar on earth can be had at
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
To get your money's worth buy
your groceries from the fresh stock
of THE EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE
Received- this week by The
Edgefield Mercaotile^ Company
car of fresh meal, car IOU per
cent ?our fresh from the mill,
which are going at very close
Jas. M. Cobb is headquarters for
lovely winter White Goods and
We are headquarters for all
School Books ued in the public
school and at the S. C. C. I. Our
prices are right.
W. E. LYNCH & Co. |
R A N T E E
G WE SELL,
KED to be the LOWEST,
ithing business have we offer
e have for this season,
id Lt ATERI AL-were never ?
tey cr.nnot.be approached by
ALUES ever offered.
z & GO'S ;
DH ?G-EP1ELD. S, C ,
T eth Extracted without Pain.
Fourteen Years Experience.
Office over Post Office
ATTORNEY AT LAW
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
^?^Prompt" and Careful at
tention to Business. Office
I A. HEMSTREET&BRO.
623 BROAD STREET.
GUNS and REVOLVEES.
Fishing Goods and Fishing
We are headquarters for e
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
lie Square. Our Brick Wareh
We are in business for bus
our existence here. Have
Remember That You
Two car loads of Bag- |
ging, one car load of |
Tics, one car of Flour, |
one car of Salt, one 1
car of Soap, two cars ?
of wagons, one car of
buggies, one car of
Texas j Rust Proof
lias stood the test 25 year
bottles. Does this record
Encl, sed with every b
dunhill i mu lim iiiii ullin! IIIIIIIIIIII at iiuii niiiuuu,mi iiiiiiiiiiiiii i mmmmmimi mu HUR?
? THE FARMERB B \NK I
I . OF EDGEFIELD S. c.. .' j
I STATE AN?) .GOBNTY MPOSITORY. v|
5- :* . - - :s
S THE LARGEST AND STRONGEST BANK IN EDGEFIELD COUNTY '?
I Paid lop Capital.*.f 58,000.00 |
I Surplus and Undivided Profits. 18,000.00 ?
I Liability of Stockholders. 58,000.00 1
I Protection to Depositors ?.$134,000.00 ?
?"? We invite attention of those desiring a safe depositoryTor their money to the above 5
E facts. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS BY SPECIAL CONTRACT.
= Under provision of its charter this bank is aathorizcd to act as trustee, guardian Sjj
?j? administrator and executor, nu J-to accept and execute trusts generally.
E A. E. PADGETT, President T. H RAIN Vice-P =
E J. L. CAUGHMA?, Cashier. W. H. HARLING, Asst.-Cashi e *
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THEY ARE HERE.'
OUR FIRST SHIPMENT OF LADIE'S AND
Every Lady and Girl in Edgefield and the Sur
rounding Country oan be fitted out in a Handsome
JACKET at a very moderate cost, possibly a
little lower in price than the City stores sell them
Ladies interested in this line will clo well and it
will be to their best interests to inspect this line
JAS. C. HART.
Get your Laundry in Tuesdays^
WE CLOTHE THEM ALL
OUR STOCK comprises all that is best in Wearing
Men, Women and Children
fOR THE ?HEN WE H Jj VE
- Stein-Bloch "Smart Clothes",Strouse & Bro. "High Art"
Clothes. Shirts, Hats, Neckwear, Etc.
FOU THE WOMEN WE HIVE
Tailor Suits, Silk and Flannel Waists, Ready-to-Wear
Hats, Belts, Neckwear, Etc.
FOR BOYS WE HAVE
Crescent Clothes for Boys, Junior Suits, Norfolk Suits
[??g^Give us a call when you come to Augusta.
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344 Broad Street, - - - Augusta, Ga.
Spending any t money on
DryGoods Shoes Hats and
Clothing _Shop around and
examine the goods offered
by various stores.
We are satisfied to have
you do this because wc know
that you wiil find nothing
quite so good as what we
If we were buying these
things for our own personal
Lise we could not take
?renter enre in their selection.
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?vcrything 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.
;iness, because the commercial needs of Edgefield demanded
You Heard the Drop in Prices?
L Can Buy in Edgefield in Wholesale
mtities at Eight Prices.
We carry Groceries of all 1>irids, Bacon-Bellies, Kib Sid
Plates, Coffee, Sugar^ Tobacco, a general line of Hardwart, Nails,
Horse and 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. -
s Tasteless Chin Tonic
s. Average Annual Sales over One and a Half MOEon
of merit appeal to you? No Cure, No Pay? 50c
ottle is a Ten Cent? package of Grove's Black Root* liver Pills.