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-WEDNESDAY, NOV. 11,190a.
Fffph assortment of fancy cakps
and crackers just received. Tvy
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
Car cut and wiro nails just re
ceived. Basis price $2.70 per keg.
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
A full fu? ply of all kinds of
school books always on hand at
vex y reasonable prices at
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
Jas. M. Cobb is headquarters for
lovely winter White Goods and
Strangely Low Prices are going
on iu Domestic and Staple Dry
Goods at Cobb's.
Buy Buggies, Wagons, Furniture
and Coffins from -
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE Co.
Full line of School Bags, Slates,
Pens, Pencils, Ink, Tablets, etc.
W. E. LYNCH & Co.
You can get Heinz's celebrated
Pickles, Sa?cos, Salad dressing,
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
Car. Rice Flour just received for
feeding cattle and hogs.
BDGEFIELD MERCANTILE Co.
Don't spend money going to
the mountains or the seashore,
buy in old reliable Saborosa cigar
. It will tiansport yon to a bliss
ful Elysium. For sale at
THE PENN DRUGE STORE.
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic because the formula is plainly
printed on every bottle showing that
it ?8 simply Iron and Quinine in a
tasteless form. No cure no pay 5Gc.
Just received a fresh lot of
Meyer's Spices for Horses and
Chickens. We also keep on hand
the celebrated Pratt's Food.
* TEE PEN ri DRUG STORE.
Let us furnish your house at a
little cost. Solid Oak Suits, from
$23 up, chairs from 50 cents up
and Solid Oak Rockers from $1.50
RAMSEY &- JONES.
Let us sell you Glenn Springs
and Harris Lit bia water, natures
remedies, when yon need them.
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
We have in stock a. full line of
Iron, Enameled and Brass Beds,
wittf Springs to fit.
RAMSEY & JONES.
\ We are headquarters for all
School BoDks ned m the public
school and at the S. C. C.-1. Our
prices are right.
W. E. LYNCH & Co.
Ja?. M. Cobb is showing some
thing new aud stylish in Ladies,
Dret'f Good 8.
Second-Hand School Books.
We have good stock of second
hand school books which we are
selling at greatly reduced prices.
W. E. LYNCH & Co.
Largr stock of Trunks, Valises,
Rugs, Lap Robes, Etc. Get our
RAMSEY & JONES.
We are selling shells at 40c per
Box to hunters.
EBGEFIELD MERCANTILE Co.
A full assortment of Tobaccos
and smoking goods can always be
found here. The best five ctuts
cigar on earth can be had at
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
Just received a car load of "Old
Hickory" and "Blue Grass" wagous
and two car loads of "Rock Hill"
and "Hackney" buggies. We want
to sell you.
RAMSEY & JONES.
PHOTOGRAPHS IN LATEST FALL
AND WINTER STYLES
Bung the Children and aged rela
tives before wintei sets in.
J0^Photographs fitted in Lockets
R. H. M IMS.
I THE AUGUSTA
II SAVINGS BANK.
?805 Broad Street.
W. ?. YOUNG, - - - President
J J. G. WEIGLK, - - - - Cashier
Kl SAVINGS ACCOUTS SOLICITED
(j Interest Paid on Deposits.
Fill Your !
Accurately and prompt
ly day or ni#ht and use
only the PUREST DRUGS.
WE Solicit Your
Prese ription Trade
W. E. Lynch & Co
Jurors for 2nd Week..
J. R. William?, B. J. Day, C
IS- May, A. G. Williams, J.^W.
Blackwell, .1. C. Shaw, J H. Cat
i'irram, A. L. Bru neon, E. S. War
ton, B N*. Roberson, M. G. Jaro,
W. A. D. Blackwell,./. W. Sawyer,
Alvin Derrick, C. Roberson, J. A.
Thurmond, L. M. Dom. T. B.
Bailey, J. E. Doolittle, M. C. Whit
lock, D. D. Branson, Wm. Creed,
Jr., J. T? Griffie, H. D. Strom, J.
F. Stone, A. A. Glover, W. M.
Glenn, W. R. Parke, C. D. Kenney,
J. P. Bates, G. W. Fox, Daniel
Mc Ivie, H. C. Miller, Uohert Mc
Kenney, J. E. Minis, R. C. B. Key.
Scheduled to Bloom in 1986.
Century plant;?, which properly
belong to the flora of the tropical
regions, are quite rare in this cli
mate and are considered vory valu
able when they are advanced in
years, selling for as much a $50 or
$100. Cashier E. J. Mims bas a
very large and beautiful one iu the
rear i com of the Bauk of Edgefield
that is nowv seventeen years old,
and a? they are called century
plants because they do not bloom
until they are 100 years of age,
this plant is scheduled to bloom in
November 1986. Mr. Mims, hoping
of course to ste it bloom, will then
be 118 years old an<L will invite
his friends ,o feast their eyes upon
this wonderful sight. Brother
Bacon, haiug a great lover of flow
ers, will be among its most ardent
admirers. He will be the same
genial young mao then as now.
A New Mercantile Firm.
Messrs. Beauregard and Davis
Timmons have leased the Tomp
kins store that is s >ou to be erect
ed and will opeu a first claesdrug
and faucy grocery business as soon
as the building iscompletod. For
several years the latter of these
gentlemen has conducted a very
euccespful drug business at Bates
burg. He will sellout his interest?
there, and make bis future borne
among us. There was a time when
three drug stores were too many
for Edgefield, but the town has
grown and is now growing rapidly,
and it offers a more inviting field
for another drug business tbau in
former days. The Timmons broth
ers have had" years of experience
in this special line of business and
ing gentlemen of exalted charac
ter, who were born and reared on
Edaefiefd's soil, success is certain
to attend them. Thiy have frieuds
far and near who will become theil
pattons from the day their 3tore
opens. Success lo them !
A Thanks? iving Feast.
TLe officers aud teachers of
Peace Haven ?Sunday school at
Colliers, being desirous of raisiug
funds to complete the building
that bas been set apart and dedi
cited to Sunday school work, haye
decided to give an entertainment
at the school house on Thanksgiv
ing day, to which an admission fee
of 25 cents for adults and 15 cents
foi children uuder ten years of age,
will be charged. An elaborate
programme of music and appro
priate addresses is being arranged
and all who attend will be highly
entertained. Huge Thanksgiving
goblers will be in evidence, for a
royal feast will be prepared and
those who pay the admission fee
w''l be entitled to dinner, aud 6ucb
a dinner it will be. These good
people have choeen a very oppor
tune season fur holding such at
occasion and we believe their la
bors will be crowned with success
that will be far beyond their most
sanguine expectations. Let every
body for miles around attend and
lend a helping hand.
Death of a Model Citizen.
In the death of Captain Henry
B. Gallman, at his home three
miles from Edgefield on Wednes
day last, one of the best citizens of
our county hat' been removed from
the stage of action. During his
long life of eighty-one years he haB
ever been regarded as an exemplary
mau, holdiug the confidence and
esteem of all who knew him. He
possessed high ideals of citizen
ship and always strived to live up
to them. In the discharge of his
duties to hiB fellow mau Capt. Gall
man was never unmindful of his
obligations to his God. To him
Christianity meant living up to
the example and precepts of Christ
and was nota sentiment or theory.
For years he was au active a?.d
"enlist-jnt member of the Metho
dist church. Some tweuty years
ago th6 deceased was elected to the
oific'.- of County Commissioner,
which he filled with credit, aud to
the euti.e satisfaction of his con
stituency. Capt. Gallmau is sur
vived by a devoted wife who is very
aged aud infirm and will soon pass
over the river. The deceased was
a member of the Masonic frater
nity, being buried with the cere
monies of the order on Thursday
afternoon last from Harmony, of
which church he was a member.
The Rev. W. S. Martin condacted
Mr. Geo. F. Mims was elected
second vice-president of the South
Carolina Optical association which
was recently organized in Colum
bia for "social interco r e scientific
research ?D the field of optics aud
the elevation of the profession."
No better seleotion could have been
made, for there is no one in the
state who is more skilled in cor
recting defective tvisTon than Mr.
Miras. The many very difficult
problems incident thereto have
been thoroughly mastered by him.
A very kind and thoughtful lady
friend sent us some of the largest
and handsomest chrysanthemums
a few days ago that we have ever
seen. Brother Baoon ?vould Bay
that they are an large as a bass
drum. Lest the eyes of our better
half pee these lines,and call ns to
account for being recipient of flow
f rs fr<m ladies, we will add, par
enthetically, that thfc donor was a
married lady. .?owever, if any
"sweei pixt' euer" *has a bouquet
for us, send it along, we'll bide it
under a husbel.
Timely, Tersely, Truly Told
"Clear tl e way for the Grand
Jury" on Monday next.
The Who What When Minstrels
are the talk of the town.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Adams and
famil}- spent Monday in Augusta.
Mrs. A. E. Padgett was among
the visitors to Augusta on Friday
Mrs. '?V. G. Ouzts and M?6S Bes
sie 0uzt8 were visitors to Augusta
Mrs. W. W. Adams and Misses
Effie Allen, Genie Brunson and
Mary Fair visited in Johnston on
Remember that it will please
your wife to tell her that you never
saved up a ceut until after you
Great crowds from Edgefield are
flocking to the reunion this week.
It is au inexpensive trip and much
pleasure can be derived therofrom.
Snow clouds have been visible
during the past several days, but
no Bnow bas fallen yet. Two years
ago the first snow fell on Novem
ber the 19th.
Scores of huge bales, boxes and
cases of holiday goods are being
received by the Edgefield mer
chants and very soon they will be
opened and displayed.
It has been predicted that this
will be an early and very hard
winter. The temperature of the
la6t few days haB indicated that
the prophecy will be realized.
A hearty, side-splitting laugh ?R
a good tonic. Everybody needs
and enjoys such atonic, which can
be had by going to the opera house
-On Friday evening next.
Actual work on the Tompkins
store and office building will begin
at once. All of tne material has
been ordered, some of the bricks
having already arrived.
Walter Stock, Hi Tom Wacol and
Gear Buckley, *the leading come
dians of the country, are all this
season with the Who Whaf?\Vheu
Mr. and Mrs. David Strother,
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Strother, and
Misses Rhdtt Warren, Ruth and
Annie DeLoach worshipped iu our
Ba]>ti8t church on Sunday morn
The Who What When minstrels
have attracted large audiences
wherever they have been, and stand
iug room will be at a premium in
mr opera house on Friday evening
Thftre is no better time to pay
your taxes thau right now while
you have the money. Do not wait
till after the money has been spent
and then cry hard times and clamor
for au extension of the time.
Every member of the Who What
When Minstrel troupe is a skilled
artist and should not be looked
upon as amateurs. The price of
admission on Friday evening is 75
cents for reserved seats and 50
cents for general admission.
A problem which is agitating the
minds of some people throughout
the country is as follows: "Alary
is 24 years old. Mary is twice as
old as Ann was when Mary was asl
old aa Ann is now. How old is
The death of Mr. O. L. Dobson
caused a vacancy on the board of
trustees for the Edgefield school
district which has been filled by
the appointment of Mr. J. Trapp
McManus. The selection was a
very wise one and the appointment
will give general satisfaction.
It is said that a girl in a neigh
boring town was caught kissing
her sweetheart and her mother took
her to task for it, but the girl
silenced the mother by quoting the
following from the Good Book:
"Whatsoever that ye would that
men should do unto you do ye
even so unto them."
Au epidemic of marriages will
soon sweep over Edgefield and the
few bachelors that are left will be
mighty lonesome. Poor things,
what's going to become of them ?
As they sit in the corner and gaze
in the fire these long wintry even
ings they can think on the things
that might have been had they not
chosen celibacy for their lot.
We have jot the figures at hand,
but judging from the miny wagons
loaded with cotton that have daily
crowded our streets since the fleecy
staple began to open, more cotton,
notwithstanding the short crop,
has beeu market in Edgefield than
ever before in one season. The
splendid marketed has brought
cotton from great distances to this
Rev. John A. Holland, of Ninety
Six, who is one of the largest music
dealers in the state, was in Edge
field several days last week look
ing after his interests in this sec
tion. Mr. Holland has sold three
organs a week for the last seven
weeks. On this trip to Edgefield
he made three bona fide sales. Mr.
Holland finds printer's iuk profi
The transferring of real ebtate is
almost, an every-day occurrence in
Edgefield, the latest being the sale
of the lot opposite Mr. R. L.
Duuovant, containing threo and
oue t S i rd acres, by Mrs. Rosa Lott
Murrell to Mr. R. W. Timmons,
who will build a nice residence
thereon early next spring. Mr.
Tiuimoi s has also 6old his home
?ii our eastern suberbs to Mr. J.
Trapp McManiie?, possession to be
given on Januar} tho 1st.
To The Thinking Thousands
Miss Do'ly Dugas, having fully
recovered from the recent opera
tion performed at the hospital in
Augusta, returned to her home on
An exchange chronicles the fact,
aa a most remarkable piece of in
I telligence, that a wood hauler ac
tually delivered a load of wood ac
cording to promise,
Messrs. Jesse W. Dom and A.
M. Timmerman have jointly leased
the valuable farm of Misses Sophie
and Marie A bney in the northern
suburbs of our town for two years.
It is useless to advertise a min
strel in Edgefield, for it would re
quire a regiment of policemen to
keep the people from crowding the
opera house on Friday evening
We go to press a little earlier
than usual this week to enable the
editor to go to Atlanta to have the
celebrated occulist, Dr. Calhoun,
examine his eyes, which have
caused him considerable trouble
Everybody does not enjoy musi
cales, lectures, etc., but everybody
can appreciate and enjoy to tbe
fullest.extent agood minstrel show,
consequently everybody is going to
the opera house Friday evening.
Better select your seats,early.
Old farmers say that wheat
should be Bown immediately after
the first ice. If that be true, there
?B no better ti.ne than right now,
as ice has been seen several times
and it is sufficiently cold to kill
the insects that prey upon wheat.
Rev. C. E\ Burts, who is quite
confident that the desired sum for
endowment of Forman University
will be raised, will spend several
days this week canvassing the
Edittn association, in. which his
former pastorate was located.
A young "lord" asked a plain
American : "Have you any gen
tlemen in this country?" The
American asked : "Who do you
call gentlemen ?" The reply was:
"Oh, they are men who have noth
ing to do, aud travel around at
will." The American said : "Yes,
we have plenty of them, but wercall
Miss Janie Frazier, of Atlanta,
who I'E conceded to be one of the
leading trained nurses in this sec
tion of thp country, has been spend
ing several days at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Mims. She will
visit Mr. and Mrs. Jehu B. Hill
and other relatives before return
ing to her home.
The banks of our town, both'of
which have loaned more money
this year than during any former
year in their history, report col
lections good, and our merchants
hav'e thus far done a rushing busi
ness. It appears from this that
while the cotton crop has been far
below the expectation of everyone,
yet it has brought more money
than has a cotton crop for several
Major R. S. Anderson left on
Sunday for Washington, in order
to be at his post of duty when
Congress couvened in extra session
on Monday last. The next regu
lar sessiou being the long term, it
is not probable that Maj. Ander
son will return to Edgefield before
next July. He will be greatly
misped by his many frieuds at
home during his prolonged ab
A citizen of our town came into
our office a few days ago and gave
us an order for a large lot of print
ing, stating that there was no use
of sending the mouey off to help
build up other towns when the
work could bo satisfactorily done
right at home. If we had a great
number of citizens who would
preach and practice this doctrine
Edgefield would grow at a much
more rapid rate.
The individual who gets the
fewest letters, makes the most corn
plain's to the postmaster ; the man
who never bad agcod meal at home
growls at the hotel accommoda
tions; the person who complains
most of his neighbors is the mean
est of tho lot; the member who
pay, the least to the preacher's sala
ry finds the most fault at his
preaching and complains of the
bad management of the church.
Local agent, Mr. G. J. Derrick,
than whom the Southern railway
has not a more efficient employee
in its service, wrote Supt. P. I.
Wells a short time ago complain
ing of the crowded condition and
inadequacy of the temporary depot.
The latter stated in reply that very
socn work would begin on the new
depot and that it would be possi
ble to have it completed within 40
days from the day work was com
menced on it.
Excellent musical advantages
will bo offered this sessiou to the
little children in Edgefield of Kin
dergarten age, and those older,
the Kindargarten music course be
ing adapted to children from five
to twelve year?, and as well suited
to boys as girls. This interesting
course robs the rudiments of music
of all that is irksome and tedious,
aud makes the study of music- de?
ligbtful and entertaining, The
scales, tones, notes, keyboard etc,
become thoroughly familiar to the
child by the use of the blackboard,
and songp, as well as the piano,
The Kindergarten music olass be
gan Monday afternoon at 3:30
o'clock at th- Kindergarten room.
Three leesons a week will be given,
the tuition to be $2.00 per mouth.
It is rare tor children outside of
largo ci ti. s to enjoy such advan
tages. Let the children of Edge
field reap the benefits, I
m OLD RELIABLE
THERE ?S NO SUBSTITUTE
The boot-blacks swarm like a
drovt of black birds around the
public square on Sundays and
pick up many a nickel. The two
leaders of the craft are somewhat
disfigured-one having only one
arm and the other only one foot
but they are still in the ring and
can giv? you a patent leather shine.
Jae. M. Cobb can show the pret
tiest up to date Shirl Goods and
Silks on the market.
FOR RENT: A five-room house
with well, garden, barn, stables,
etc. Possession given January 1st.
For further information apply to
J. L. Macs.
25 yards of yard wide Sea island
fer $1.00 at Turner's.
Our stock of Builders Hardware,
Carpenters Toole and a general
?line of Shelf Hardware is always
RAMSAY & JONES.
~OU E G U A
Onr prices are GUARANI
quality of goods considered.
Never in the history of our cl
a better line of clothing than \
The styles both in CUTS i
better, and as for our prices t
any fit m. ?As for
W e have the GEATEST V,
Priced from $2,00 to $6,50.
Ten per cent, discount on a
J B VHIT
FRUIT TREES AND PLANTS
OF AL I. KIND?.
Rosep, Evergreens, Nut Bearing
Trees and Plants for the Flower
Yard. Now is the time to order.
R. H. MIMS.
Mouey to loan on Improved
Farms, at 8 per cent. Absolutely
no delay. Write for circular giv
ing full information.
JAMES FRANK & SON,
TOCUREA Colo IN ONE DAY
Take Laxtive Bromo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund the money if|it
fails to cure. W. Grove's signa
ure on each box. 25 cents.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
^BTTrompt and. Caceful|at
tention to Business. Office
UPHOLSTERING AND REPAIR
Work done on short notice and
in in a satisfactory manner. I also
make mattrss of all kinds. Notify
mo whon you have furniture that
needs repairing I will do the work
at very reasonable price.
All work guaranteed to give
ARTHUR A. SIMKINS.
FOR HOME-SEEKERS' AND
The country alor\g the Cotton
Belt dipute iu Southeast Missouri,
Arkansas, Northwest Louisiana
and Texas offers the greatest op
portunities tor Horaeseekers. 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
latid 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
fine 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 ihe famous peach
and tomato belt of East Texas at
$10 to $20 per acre up. Write us
for information about obeap rates,
excursions dates, also literature
descriptive of this great country
and let us help you find a home
that will cost you no more than
the rent you pay every year.
E. W. LABEAUME, G. P. ? T. A.
Cotton Pelt Route,
f?t, Louis, Mo.
A Musical Genius Properly
Several weeks ago when Miss
Julia Haltiwanger, the eldest
daughter of Mr. aud Mrs. J. B.
Haltiwanger, entered upou her
special cnuv-j in music iu one of
the leadiug schools of New York,
the instructor, iu order to test her
ability for sight reading and gen
eral knowledge of music, gave her
a difficult piece of music-one that
she had never seen before -which
she played readily and accurately.
The instructor was surprised at the
u unana I talent manifested for one
of her age-aud after a more through
examination advanced her from
the grade which she recently com
pleted at the S. C. C. I. This,
said the instructor, was the first
.instance, in the history of the
' school, in which a pupil on enter
ing was not turned back and re
quired to review one or two grades
that had been previously studied.
This ia positive proof of two
things: First, that Misa Julia
possesses a very unusual talent
for music, mastering thoroughly
step by step this most wonderful
of all arts; and that ber parents
have made no mistake in provid
ing for the best musical advantages
obtainable. The record that she
has made in New York shows also,
which Mr. and Mrs. Haltiwanger
fully appreciate, that Miss Julia
has received during the past several
years, most excellent instruction
in the music department of the
S. C. C. I. The foregoing is con
clusive evidence that right here iu
Edgefield music is being thorough
ly taught by the most modern and
improved methods, and by teach
ers who would reflect credit upon
some of the leading instituions in
the South. It has long ago been
conceded that there is no college
in South Carolina with a stronger
musical department thau is to be
found in the South Carolina Co
G WE SELL.
'EED to be the LOWEST,
othing business have we ofTer
ve have for this season. i
ind MATERIAL were never
hey cannot be approached by
E ZL GO'S
jr ou Com
Geo. F. Mims,
E. C. SMITH,
EDGEFIELD. S. O
Teeth Extracted without Pain.
Fourteen Years Experience.
Office over Post Office
Money to Loan
Ou improved town property and
farms. I prefer farm loans.
WM. P. CAI/-ow,
Edgefield, S. C.
We are headquarters for i
WHOLESALE and RETAH
I lie Square. Our Brick Warel
We are in business for bu
our existence here. .
Remember That Yoi
We wish the Farmers to
know that we are ready to
supply them with SEED
OATS, both Home Raised
and Texas Rust Proof. SEED
WHEAT Home Raised also
finest Virginia raised varie
For fattening Hogs
and feeding Cattle, we ofter
Rise Flour at low Prices.
We are now closing out our
STOCK of BAGGING and
SIES at Prices below the
Coffins and I
Take Laxative Broi
Seven Minion boxes sold m post 12 i
THE FARMERB BANK
OF EDGEFIELD S. c..
STATE AND COUNTY WOSI?OBY.
THE LARGEST AND STRONGEST BANK IN EDGEFIELD COUNTY
Paid up Capital.$ 58,000.00
Surplus and. Undivided.Pr o fits. 18,000.00
Liability of Stockholders. 58,000.00
Protection to Depositors .$134,000.00
We invite attention of those desiring a safe dr.pository'for their money to the above
facts. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS BY SPECIAL CONTRACT.
Under provision of its charter this bank is authorized to act as trustee, guardian
administrator and executor, and to accept and execute trusts generally.
A. E. PADGETT, President T. II RAINtF )Rf>, Vice-Pres.
J. L. CAUGHMAN, Cashier. W. H. HARLIXG, Asst.-Cashier
?\KT& INVITE YOU
To inspect our Large Fall Stock of
Clothing Shoes, Hats and
direct from tne Manufacturers.
We are Headquarters for these Goods, so you 'can know that
I when they come from our Stor? the Style and Quality are right.
We bought early consequently prices are very reasonable.
Dorn & Minis
WE CLOTHE THEM ALL
OUR STOCK comprises all that is best in Wearing
Men, Women and Children
FOR THE/MEN WE H WE
Stein-Bloch "Smart Clothes",Strouse & Bro. "High Art"
Clothes. Shirts, Hats, Neckwear, Etc.
F OH J HE WOMEN WE HU VE
Tailor Suits, Silk and Flannel Waists, Ready-.to-Wear
Hats, Belts, Neckwear, Etc.
FOR BOYS WE HAVE
.?rescent Clothes for Boy's, Junior Suits, Norfolk Suits
Give us a call when you come to Augusta.
S44 Broad Street,
Spending any money on
Dry Goods Shoes Hats and s -~
Clothing [Shop around and
examine the goods offered
by various stores. jV.
We are satisfied to have
you do this because we know
that you wiil find nothing t
quite so good as what we
If we were buying these
things for our own personal
use we could not take
I greater care in their selection.
everything m our line in Edgefield.. We sell both to ~th
L TRADE. Get our prices from our Retail Store on Pub
?ouse on Railroad track will be our Wholesale Headquarters,
siness, because the commercial needs of Edgefield demanded
1 Can Buy in Edgefield in Wholesae
antities at Right Prices.]
ON Groceries of all kinds
we can save you money by
buying from us.
Get our Prices on Sugar,
Meat, Flour, Octagon Soap,
Plunger Soap, Coffee, Rice,
Cheese, Macaroni, Salt etc.
See our STOCK of Tobac
co-Chewing and smoking
and get our prices and you
will buy from us.
HARDWARE OF ALL KINDS.
We have just received Car
Load Nails-Wire and Cut
also Barbed and Plain Wire,
Farm Implements of all kinds,
Dixie Boy Plows Genuine,
Harrows, Plow Points, also
Shelf Hard wara of all kinds.
See our Stock of Guns and
Wagons-the best Makes
sold.- Buggies,5 Carriages,
Surreys, Harness and Harness
Jndertakers GOODS in any
I. Lime and Cement.
ire a Cold in One Day in Two Days.
MO Quinine Tablets. j? every
norths. This signature, /?f^JC^rwx^ ?ox. 35c