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J. X. MUIS, - - - EDITOR
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Edenfield, S. C.
. WEDNESDAY, OCT, 28,1S03.
President Roosevelt has
formally called an extra ses
sion of the i national con
press to convene on Novem
ber the 9th. .
The State Fair is on. Lay
aside business and spend a
davor two in the capital city.
It will do you good and your
presence will add . to the suc
cess of^this annual occasion.
-;- 1 ;
Certain London publishers
have made a very happy se
lection in the name of a perio
dical that is published exclu
sively for women, entitled
The Mirror-of course they
cannot refrain from looking
- Would it not-be well for
those who would bridle the
editors to provide halters for
the ministers? Tile press and
the pulpit will go hand in
hand in the suppression of
crime and mock trials ia
The deatn knell of Calhoun
county has been sounded.
Governor Hey ward has de
clined to order an election on
the ground that to cut any
territory from Greenwood
county would reduce that
county below the Constitution
Valuable barns continue to
be burned in our county and
yet no one is punished there
for. These incendiary fires
will occur with more or less
frequency until some one
pays the penalty. The citi
zens in the communities in
which such fires occur should
join, forces and apprehend the
guilty parties. Life and prop
erty are n jt safe with such fire
fiends abroad in the land.
Great is the pity that the
poorly paid school teachers
throughout our county have
to discount their pay war
rants. Many of the school
districts have a cash balance
on hand, and the trustees
should see to it that this mon
ey is paid to the teachers ear
ly in the session, so that a
larger percentage can be real
ized by. the teachers* later, if
necessity forces them to sell
their warrants. Superintend
ent Byrd hopes, by some hook
or crook to be able to borrow
money in order that the
schools may be put upon a
The newspaper is a wide
field and full of roses and
thorns. When you roast the
ungodly the preacher smiles,
when you roast the preacher
the ungodly smiles ;and if you
roast the saloon, the teetotal
er smiles';if you roast the teet
otalers, the saloon men set
them up. If you swear, you
are a wicked man;if you have
any opinion you get cussed,
and if you don't you are a no
nenity. The preacher knows
one thing, the lawyer and the
doctor another, but the jour
nalist is expected to know
everything. He is the best,
and worst man in the com
Efforts have been made,
by persons who would have
preferred that Solicitor Thur
mond should have failed to
perform his duty in the recent
trial in Lexington, to create
an impression that the solici
tor's sympathies were not
with the prosecution and that
he performed his duty indiffe
rently. It may be certain that
? Jhose who would give curren
cy to^uch views are not doing
so in Mr. Thurmond's inter
est. As a matter of fact the
associates of Solicitor Thur
r; mond in the prosecution of
J. H. Tillman, as well as the
clients of those associates, are
perfectly satisfied with the
manner in which the solicitor
performed his duty in that
case. None others were sol
concerned.in, his fidelity ;none j
so competent to judge.- The:
IN THE LONG AGO.
One hundred years ago, in
1803, Rev. Samuel Marsh,
an uncle of Df. Robert ; A.
Marsh and a very prominent
minister of 'he gospel was
pastor of thu ^dgefield Bap
tist church. ding a gentle
men of unusual intellectual
attainments he wrote a great
deal and of his writings there
has been preserved a booklet
of verses upon various the
mes. This little booklet', now
yellow and worn with age,
has fallen into our hands and
we shall from time to time
publish selections therefrom,
as they give an insight into
conditions that obtained in
Edgefield one hundred years
ago. The verses published
herewith were written by
Rev. Mr. Marsh on the 'con
fession of Joseph Hampton
Beeler who was executed at
Edgefield in 1803 for counter
feiting money :
MY christian friends attend
While I declare my hope.
How the salvation of my God
Has borne my spirits up.?
Hear, and with patience wait,
While I declare my joy.
The peace of mind I now possess,
Which death cannot destroy.
For many^ars I try'd
Of v ceJpBrink my fill,
And practiced almost every sin
That rlt^a soul for hell.
1 can't tell all my crimef,
Nor make my follies known.
They're num'rous as my daily
For which I can't atone.
At length my time draws near
My race is almust run,
A nd I must suffer death by law
For crimes that I have donp.
Base money I did pas*,
As silver counterfeit,
For which 1 lay in Edgefield Jail,
Until the court did sit.
But now what shall I say
It is too late to cry,
I've lost my precious gospel day
And herein hell must lie.
Poor sinners won't you hear,
And won't you yet repent.
Then must your barden'd spirits
This place of discontent.
OF VITAL CONCERN TO
The farmers of every sec
tion of the state are deeply
concerned about the scarcity
and unreliability of labor arid
it has been suggested by Mr.
A. J. Matheson, of Bennetts
ville, S. Cw, who has been
agitating the matter, that' a
convention, composed of del
egates from each county, be.
held in Columbia on Novem
ber the 10th. Several weeks
ago we published ' a letter
from Hon. J. C. Sheppard, in
connection with one that he
had received from Mr. Mathe
son, on the subject in which
the former requested those
citizens of our county who
are interested in this matter
to meet at Edgefield on sales
day in November, being Mon
day next. This is a question
affecting every business inter
est in our county, the farmers
especially, and this meeting on ,
Monday next should be large
ly attended. By acting in
concert there is a possibility
of improving the existing j
labor conditions. Further- 1
more, it is possible to induce ?
a desirable class of emigrants
to settle in South Carolina ?
which will greatly improve the
situation. By acting in an in
dividual capacity nothing can
be accomplished but by con
cert of action much may be
accomplished. Attend the
meeting to be. held in the
court house on Monday next.
Your presence will show your,
interest in the movement and
will contribute in a measure
to its success.
Correspondence to the ADVERTISER.
We are just over the second time '
picking cotton. Glad to hear that
the price is on the up grade, maybe
we will come out all O. K.
The Red Hill school opened last
Monday under favorable circum
stances, with Prof. Briggs as prin
cipal. We welcome Prof. Briggs to
our homes and trust that his stay
may bo pleasant and profitable.
Mr. H. H. Smith has bought Mr.
CE. QuarleB interest in the Red
Hill ginnery. We regret to see so
good a man as Mr. Quarles move
out of our community, and con -
mend him to any community.
Mr. Walter Holmes has been in
bed for the last ten days with fever.
We are glad to report him better.
We welcome Wallace Prescott
back to our commuuity, and trust
he will live and die with us. We
hear his father has put him to
work, and we fear that will run
Now is tho time to push fattening
hogs, bpfore the weather gets cold.
It will take at least one fourth moip
food wm a the weather gets cold.
Our potatoe crop is good. 1 eae
are very sorry.
Tell "School Boy" to wake up
?ind lee us- hea"* from him again.
Mouey to loap op Improved
Farms'at 8 pf .cont. Ahso.'utply
nodally. Write for .circulai giv
ing full information.
JAMES FRANK & SON,
Correspondence the ADVERTISER.
A heavy frost Saturday night
nipped Irish, and sweet potatoes,
and the late peas.
Hon. W. S. Allen spent Satur
day in (own.
Mrs. Orlando S?eppa~d and
daughter were in town shopping
during the past week.
Mr. Eulie Crim preached a most
excellent seimon in our Baptist
church on Sunday last. Rev. Mr.
Grant the pastor, supplied the
Batesburg pulpit, j
Mr. J. N. Lott who has been sick,
is out again.
Air. J. M.May sent several coops
contaiuiDg io all, about twenty
chickens to the Fair. Sore head
has heen quite prevalent among
our chickens and is of a more ma
lignant type than usual. Black
molasses proved the most efTectut '.
Mr. J. W. Marsh is being treat
ed by Dr.. "ull of Augusta.
Our tem Tance ladies propose
to have some medal contests in the
' If our editors, preachers, and
others were as zealous in denounc
ing intemperance as they.are ?D
denouncing the Lexington jurors
we could hope for better things.
Mrs. James A. Richardson hat
just finished seventeen lovely pic
tures in oil and water colors, to fill
au order from Patterson, La. One
tn oil, was from a study of a large
water melon, paiuted last stimme)
among the mountains. Anothei
is a three quarter leugth tiger, lift
size that ?B stitkingly natural iu
its ferocious looks. Several watei
colors were from bruits and flowers
gathered from home garden and
orchard.?All are exquisitely lovell
and rtflrct great credit upou lb.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF EDGEFIELD.
BY J. D. ALLEN, Esq., Probate
WHEREAS, N. G. Evaup, Ef-q..
made suit to HIP, to grant him lee
ters of Administration' of the Es
tate and eiltet? of Dr. Georg > C.
THE?E ARE THEREFORE to cit*
and admonish all and singular th?
Kindred and Creditors 01 the said
Dr. George C Dugae, deceased,
that they he and appear before me,
in the Court of Probate, to ba held
at Edgefield C. H. S. C., on the
12th d?y of November next, ?fier
publication thereof, at ll o'clock
iu the forenoon, to show caupe, il
any they have, why the said Ad
ministration should not be granted
,Given under my Hand, this 22nd|
day of October 1903.
Published on the 28th day of
October 1903 in the Edgefield AD
J. D. ALLEN",
J. P. E. C.
IS THE BEST
WYLER, ACKERLAND & CO.,
Ask yoor Dealer or Write for Booklet.
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 Reunion of Confederate Vet
erans November 10-I2tb, at one cent a
mile plus twenty-five cents. Tickers
on sa)e from points beyond radius of
100 miles November 10-llth, and for
trains scheduled to arrive in Augusta,
Ga; before noon of November 12, lim
ited to November 13th,1903. For full
particulars apply to any local Agent
of the company or to
R. W. HUNT,
Div. Pass. Agt. So. Ry.,
Charleston, S. C.
My office days are Monday and
Saturday cf each week. During
the remainder of my time I will
WM. A. BYRD,
.Supt. Education E. C.
have Leen grown by thousands of sat
isfied customers for over fifty years. I
They arc as j;ood ES can be procured any
where in thr world. At the prices listed in
our catalogue wc deliver goods to you FREE
of express or mail chargea.
' Floral Guide
Valuable to everyone who plant? seeds,
whether it's only a flower bcd or an
immense farm. It is not a mere cata
logue, but a work of reference, full of
profitable information. A book of over
ico illustrated pages. Free, if you
mention this paper. Write for it
A valuable reference bool: that tells nil about
the cu! ?ure and cr>.-e of crops, preparation of
lind, fcrti?.'ii'j, spraying, etc. Sent FREE if
JAMES VICK'S SONS
RccKesiftr, Kew York
v- , -
Antone sending a Bketch and description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
Invention ls probnbly patentable. Communion
tlotrsstrictly contldontlal. HANDBOOK on Patents
sent free. Oldest agency for securingpatents.
Patent? taken through Munn & Co. receive
?pedal noller, without ennrgo, In tbo
Ai-tndsomely Illustrated weekly. Lamest olr
culullcm of any scientific Journal. Terms, $3 a
ye.rr: forrr rrirtntaa.Jl Sold by all newsdealers.
MUNN ?Co.3?1Bre?d^ Kew York
? Branca Offlce. 625 F St. Washington. P. C. '
Shylock was the man who
wanted a pound of human
flesh. There, are many
Shylocks now, the convales
cent, *? consumptive, the
sickly c .ld, the pale young
woman, all want human flesh
and they can get it-take
Scott's Emulsion is flesh
and blood, bone and muscle.
It feeds the nerves, strengthens
the digestive organs and they
feed the whole body.
For nearly thirty years
Scott's Emulsion has been the
great giver of human flesh.
We will send you a couple of
SCOTT & DOWNE. Chemists
409-415 Paarl Street. New York.
50c. and $I,OQ5 aU druggists.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, j
EDGEFIELD COUNTY. \
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Anuie Palmer, et. al., against.
Walter Scott Allen \
Pursuant to the decree iu this
cause, I will offer for sale at pub
lic outcry before the Court HOUSP,
town of Ed^pfield and State of
South Carolina, (.n salesday in
November 1903, the same being
(the 2nd day of said month) be
'weeu the legal hours of sale, the
following described realty to wit:
All that tract and parcel of land,
situate, lyiug and being in Edge
lield Co -nty and State of South
Carolina, containing eight hun
dred and seventy-five (875) acree,
more or kss, aud bound*! north
by lands ot Lanham and Brunsou,
.ast. by laud ol Furys Ferry Road,
:outb by lands o? estate of W. F.
Prescott, and west by Sc.tt's.Ferrv
Terms of Sale.
One halt cash, and the balance
ou a credit of one year, with in
terest on the credit portion from
'the day of sale. Purchas- r to give
bond and a mortgage of the
premises sold to secure the pay
ment of the credit pori ion.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
W. P. ROATH,
Mastei, E. C., S. C.
Oct. 7th, 1903.
FOR HOME-SEEKERS' AND
Tho country alongJ??Co!.ten
Belt Route iu Southeasl^ffssouri,
Arkansas, Northwest Louisiana
and Texas offers the greatest op
portunities for Homeseekers. Mild
climate, good water,cheap building
material, abundance of fuel, and
soil 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
laLd at $4 and $5 per acre up, bot
tom land at $5 and $6 per acre up
improved or partly cleared laud at
$10 and $15 per acre up. Some
tine propositions for colonies
tracts of 2,000 to 8,000 acres at $4
to $10 per acre-big money in this
for a good organizer. Fruit and
truck lauds in the famous peach
and tomato belt 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 find a home
that will cost you no more thau
the rent you pay every year.
E. W. LABEAUME, G. P. & T. A.
Cotton Belt Route,
St. Louis, Mo.
In each state to travel for house
established eleven year6 and with
a large capital, to call upon mer
chants and agents for successful
jand profitable line. Permanent
engagement. Weekly cash Balary
of $18 and all traveling expenses
and hotel bills advanced in cash
each week. Experience not essen
tial. Mention reference and en
close self-addressed envelopo.
THE NATIONAL, 334 Deaborn
Money to Loan.
Ou improved town 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 tbat pin CP, who was PX pp ct pd ti
die, had bis life saved by Dr.
King's New Discovery for Con
sumption. He writ?s; k*I nudured
insul?jrablfi agonies trom Asthma
but your New Discovery gave me
immediate relief and soon there
after eff<jGtpd a complete cure.
Similar cur.-s of (Joiisumption,
P??unio?ia, BrojiGhihs and Grip
?r? numerous. It's liv? ppprlpss
renvdy f??r nil throat and lung
troul) es. Price 50c, and $100.
Guaran te? d by The P?*un Drug
Sloip. Trial bollix free.
? ii- S L ROOFING
(: :i!:< ;i'!??t p!i'? i'ntcnt.)
.s?>V?i,??> t\? and Storm Proof.
tomi for : Thc NIMV York
.-um:??1 IP Iron Uooiiua anil Corriiffaflii? Co.,
if uria*. I 1 int ,fc Wuah'n Ht., J er*ey City, W. J?
We are opening the hand
Ladies Imported I
Dress and ?
ever offered on this marke
to-date on Ladies Dre
For the next ten days we \v
ever given in Edgefield.
Our entire STOCK of CL'
tiOHS will be put u
greatly reduced prices.
7 Bales of
200 Dozen Hose,
300 Pair of Pants,
3000 Pairs Shoes,
300 Boy's aud Men's
200 Ladies' Skirts
100 Dozen Lac
der ves ts,
3LSC3 Pieces Outings
A large assortment of the
hpe DreSS C3rO
Embroideries and Trimmings
_ 9*ALL of the above and n
ed in this Bangui ii Sale .
J. W. PEAK
(>2S Broad Stree
Come to our store f r BARGAINS w
Special Bargain*: ?JG incl) wide shet
yard; good quality drills 5e. yar?h lirst
uiled coloi ed Calico to go at Bcyd; 6jv
Black Sateen cut to 8c; all 25c Table bi
Men's Pants from 45c to $2.60 pair; X
and Children's Suits from Gae to $1.9S si
??100 Dozen Ladies 40o Vests cut to 22
Ve-ts to go at 25c; Men'? heavy Shirt
Shirts and Drawers cut from 75c to 31}
Best values in Suspenders on the mai
LADIES' SHIRT WAIST: KOO P
Skirts cut to 24c; heavy Fall Skirts for
Our Shoe Stock can'c be beat. Cl) i ld re
from $l.uO to $1.75 fur best Calf or Vici J
LARGE STOCK OF TIN WA Kl
We cai, fiuve you money on e
A. M. THC
628 Broad Street,
j ( State of South Carolina,
' / Edgefield County.
By J. D. Allen, Esq,, Probate
Whereas S. T. Branson made
suit to me, to grant him letters of
administration of the estate andi
effects of Jane Collins, deceased.
These are therefore (o cite and'
admonish all and singular kin-j
dred and creditors of said Jane
Collins, deceased, that they be
aud appear before me, in the
Court of Proba'.e 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 forenoon, 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 Stairs have used
the Longman & Martinez Pure
Paints. Every Church will be giv
en a liberal quauity 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 can with a paint label
on it. 8&6 make 14. therefore
when you want fourteen gallons of
paintjbuy only eight gallons of LA I
M., and mix six gallons of pure j
linseed oil with it.
You need only four gallons of
L&M. Paint, and three gallons of j
Oil mixed therewith to paint a
?>ood siz'? bouse.
Houses painted with theso
paint? never grow shabby, eveii
after 18 years.
These celebrated pa in 18 are poid
hy THE PENN DRUG STORE.
AV ben placing ymir insur
ance give me ?1 ?all. 1 rep
resent a v?*ry si rout; line jf
Fni^?c - - -
Insurance ( Vmpjinics ; nlfo
Agent fur (be New York
PIITIS - - -
Insurance Co. 1 " ill apprt
prec?ate N share ni your hu.
iiM'-s I cnn be lound ?il my
office-OHira No. ?-?-over Hank ol
James 1\ XJIMSr*
somest line of
Slack and Colored
;t. We are always up
:ss Goods and Silks.
1 See Them,
ill ofter the greatest bargains
OTHING, SHOES, HATS,
GOODS, ant* full line of
ipon the Bargain Counter at
i and Jackets,
lies' Gents' and Childrens Un
> and Flanneletts.
Intest Weaves and Patterns of
?OClS> Waistings, Laces,
can be fonnd in our Stock.
in in/ other Articles will be inolud
t, Augusta. Ga.
hen in Augusta. Bead theses prices;
itinff 5c yard; jard w?cle Sea Island 5c
class Checks and l'l.iids ar. !io yard; all
ic Waists and Dress Outing at 5c. 10c
?mustie cut io ISc and regular f>0e goods
len's Suii? from .^..jOto $7.25 suit; Boys
lit; .Men's Overall.-; from 25c to 4!)c pair.
c; 300 dozen heavy 50e Jersey Ribbed
s cut from 43c to 25c; extra soft finish
.ket for I he money,
ercale Wiists for 24c: lot of Summer
ns tOci'p; Womens 93c up and Men's
5 AT ROCK BOTTOM PRICES,
very thing we sell. Call to see us.
Don't sp?i;d money going to
the mountains or thc seashore,
buy in old reliable Saborosa cigar
It will transport yon to a bliss
ful Elysium. For saie at
THE PENN DRUGE STOKE.
Comity tara's Notice.
County Treasurer's office.
Edgefield; S. C., Sept. 22d, 1903
The tax levy for various pur
poses is as followii :
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 be ac ded 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. 1st, 1904.
A penalty of seven per cent, will
be? added on all unpaid March
For State - 5 mills
For Couuty 5, mills
For School - - - . - 3 mills
For Shaw R. R. hor.ds - 2 milis
For PickeDS R. R. bonds 6 mills
For Wise R. R. bonds - 3A- mills
For Edgefield school b'ds 0| mills
For Edgefield R. R. b'ds lj mills
For Edgefield school 2 mills
For Johnston school - 3 mills
All male persons living within
corporate limits of cities or towns,
students attending any college or
school of the State, ministers in
charge of regular congregations,
teachers employed in public
?schools, school trustees during
their term of office, persons per
manently disabled and those ac
tually engaged in the quarantine
service ol* the State are exempt
from the payment of road tax.
All other male persons between
rhe ages of 18 and 50 years ar3 re
quired to pay said road tax, or
work not less than six days du
ring tho year.
The poll tax is $1.
C. M. WILLIAMS
Treas. Edgefield Cc.
TOCUREA CO!D IN ONE DAY
Pake ?.ax?v.' Bromo Quinine Tablet?
AH druggist* refund the money if|it
rail* tn cum, W. Grove's signa
ir- on i ach box. 25 rent"..
Take Laxative Bron
Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 m
'Tis Universally admitted that the CORNER
STORE'S Embroidery sales stand pre-eminent.
The offerings for this week
are a gathering of exquisite
Styles combined with intrinsic
Jpg^"See the East Window!
this week at the
Our Grreat Opening
~> Saleof Fall Goods f
Means an opportunity tor 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
Men and Boy's Cloth
Dry Goods tte.
Calicoes, per yard. 3 1-2 to 4c.
White Homespun, worth 5c. per
yard, 3 l-2c.
Real Heavy Outing, worth 6c, at
Everything else ia this line just
Old Ladies' Comforts, 75c.
Ladies Imitation Dongola Sho^s,
going at 99c.
Men's Work Shoes, 89c.
Men's Dress Shoes, 1.00
Men's 4.00 Vici Shoes, 2.00
Men's Heavy weight, full jnued
puit, good 5.00 value, 3.00
Men's Black Wool Thibet Suit,
latest cut, fully lined. Tee Dollars
is what others get ; our price 5.00
Men's All wool, Clay Worsted
Suits, made ai d trimmed in first
cla^s style, as good as you can
buy elsewhere for 8.00. Our
special prico, 5.50
Boys, Knee Pant*, 15c. up.
Men's Pants, from 35c. to 5.00.
Children's Suits, 60c. up.
Don't Miss This Sale
We have thc best values we have ever offered. We
don't want you to take our word for this statement, we want
you to come ahd see for yourself. We know that you
\v ill believe your own eyes.
ADVERTISER BUILDING, EDGEFIELD, S. C.
F ALL MILLINER Y.
I am now7 displaying the most beautiful line of MILLI
NERY ever shown in Edgefield.
INFANTS CAPS, MISSES HATS
and a large assortment of LADIES UNTRIMMED HATS,
READY-TO-WEAR HATS, PATERN HATS are now
I invite thc ladies of Edgefield to call and let me show
MISS MARY BUFORD
in MR. C. E. MAY'S STORE, - EDGEFIELD, S. C.
To inspect our Large Fall Stock of
Clotting Shoes, Hats ani
direct from tnc Manufacturers.
We are Headquarters for those Goods, so you can know that
nh? 1: lh?y come from our S?or* ?hp Stvle and Quality are right.
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