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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 18,1903.
- 25 yards of yard wide Sea leland
fer $1.00 at Tumor's.
Fresh assortment of fancy cakes
and cracker* just received. Try
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
Car cut and wiro nails just re-,
ceived. Basis price $2.70 per keg.
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
A full supply of all kinds of?
school books always on hand at
very reasonable prices at
THE PENN- DRUG STORE.
Jas, M. Cobb is headquarters for
lovely winter White Goods and
Strangely Low Prices are going
on in Domestic and Staple Dry
Goods at Cobb's.
Buy Buggies, Wagons, Furniture
and Coffins from
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
Full line of School Bags, Slates,
Peus, Pencils, Ink, Tablets, etc.
W. E. LYNCH & Co.
You can get Heinz's celebrated
Pickles, Sauces, Salad dressing,
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
Car Rice Flour just received for
feeding cattle and hogs.
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
Don't spend money going to
the mountains or the seashore,
buy in old reliable Saborosa cigar
It will tiausport 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
Tonie because thc formula is plainly
printed on every bottle showing that
it is simply Iron and Quinine ip a
tasteless form. No cure no pay 50c.
Just received a fresh lot of
Meyer's Spices for Horses and
Chickens. We also keep on hand
the celebrated Pratt's Food.
TEE PENN DRUG STORE.
Let us furnish your house at a
little cost. Solid Oak Suit?, from
$23 up, chairs from 50 cents up
and Solid Op.k Rockers from $1.50
RAMSEY & JONES.
Let us sell&you Glenn Springs
and Harris Lithia water, natures
remedies, when you need them.
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
W? have in stock a full line of'
Iron, Enameled and Braes Beds,
*ith Springs to fit. t
RAMSEY & JONES.
We are Jkeadquartero. for all
School Books ued i i-the pub?ic
school and at the S. C. C. I. Our
. prices are right.
W.'E. LYNCH & Co.
Jas. M. Cobb is showing some
thing new aud stylish in Ladies,
Dress Goods._ ?
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.
Larg-- stock of Trunks, Valises,
Rugs, Lap Robes, Etc. Get our
RAMSEY & JONES.
We are selling shells at 40c per|
Box to bunters.
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE Co.
A full assortment of Tobaccos
and smoking goods can always be
found here. The best five cents
cigar on earth can be had at
THE FEITS DRUG STORE.
Just received a car load of "Old
Hickory" and "Blue Grass" wagons
and two car loads of "Rock Hill"
aud "Hackney" buggies. We want
to sell you.
RAMSEY & JONES.
PHOTOGRAPHS IN LATEST FALL
AND WINTER STYLES
Bring the Children and aged rela
tives before wintei sets in.
g??0*Photographs fitted in Lockets
R. H. MIMS. i
805 Broad Street.
W. B. YOUNG, - - - President
T. G. WEIGLK, - .-. Cashier
SAVINGS ACCOUTS SOLICITED
Interest Paid on Deposits.
Accurately and prorapt
1}^ day or night and use
only the PUREST DRUGS.
WE Solicit Your
W. E. Lynch & Co
Miss Julia V. Tompkins, accom
panied by Miss Anuie May Strom,
the beautiful daughter of Mr.
Robert T. Strom, came down and
B)?ent Saturday and Suuday with"
the home folks.
Mr. J. C. Walker, of Hawkins
ville, Ga., who is spending some
time with relatives at Johustou,
spent Friday last with his niece,
Mrs. James R. Cautelou. He was
accompanied by Mr. Lucas Walker.
The weather has been unseason
ably warm. We need some cold
weather to keep "the insects Irom
injurit g the grain, aud to make it
possible for the fattening hogs to
be transferred from the pen to the
Whatyouug lady in Edg&field
made this remark a few flays ago:
"If I had a regular beau, Fd say,
my dear, everybody else is. 'getting
off,' don't you think we'd better
'get off,' too ?"
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Schenk were
summoned by telegraph last week
to the bedside of their daughter,
Mrs. Marion Burnett, who resides
near Greenwood. They returned
on Thursday,* reporting their
daughter's conditon as much im
proved, which fact we are delight
ed to chronicle.
Edgofield's trio of bande?me
young students at the Atlanta Den
tal college, Jimmie Byrd, Gue Cor
ley and James Dobey, are putting
in some bard work ou their ?espec
tive courses, and are buoyant in
the hope of spending the Christ
mas holidays at home with their
beet girls and other friends.
Haudsome and genial Frank
Fair is secretary and treasurer of
one of the largest wholesale grocery
establishments in Atlanta, and is
one of the busiest of men. Hie
Edg?field friends will be delighted
to know ;hat he purposes coming
home to spena his Christmas vaca
tion, which we fear, will be far too
Already nine little girls and boys
have m?Mcalated in the depart
ment of music at the Kindergarten.
Besides the development of their
musical talent, this course is an
excellent training for tue mind.
From the three hours a week
speut in the Kindergarten music
class, the children receive inesti
Court of General Sessions.
The regular November Wm of the
Court (.f General Session: convened on
Monday morning with Hon. Joseph A.
McCullough, of Greenville, special
judge, presiding. Stenographer ft!c
Eeat, Sheriff Oujsts, Clerk Cogburn
and all of* the other officials, except
Solicitor Thurmond wno has not fully
recovered fran asevere attack of grip,
were promptly in their places. Capt.
N. G. Evans is acting in Solicitor
Thur monet's stead, and a splendid
prosecuting oflijer he makes. The fel
lowing indictments were passed upon
by tbf grand .jury :
State vs. Mil'edge Hatcher, assault
and battery of high and aggrovnted
nature and Tarrying concealed wea
pon.*. True bill.
State vs. liam Coats, Hattie Coats,
Flora Cojots and Jennie Coats, larceny.
True bills against all except Jennie
Coats. Tiiis case was ordered sent
back to the magistrate's court.
?tate os. Henry Moore and Archie
Oliphant, bouse breaking and larceny.
I State vs. William Green, resisting
officer and carrying unlawful weapon.
State vs. Jim Irvn. Larceny. True
State vs. Ed Scurry, assault and bat
tery with intent to kill and carrying
concealed weapon. True bill.
The first case called for trial was
that of the State vs. Ed Scurry, indict
ed for assault and battery with intent
to kill ai d carrying concealed wea
pons, found guilty and sentenced to
six months imprisonment or pay a tine
of $50. The fine has been paid.
In the case of the Sitte vs. Henry
Moore and Archie Oliphant, bouse
breaking and 'arceny, noth defendants
plead guilty and a sealetTsentence was
entered against them.
Milledge Hatcher, indicted for as
sault and cairying concealed weapon,
As we go to press on Tuesday after
noon 'the court is engaged in trying
Whit Crawford, iudicted for murder,
N. G. Evans, Esq., represents the
State and J. W. DeVore, Esq.; the de
The grand jury will complete its
work to-day and the docket will pro
bably be cleared and court adjourn
sine die by Thursday noon. Notwith
standing the fact that this is the first
tiene that Hon. Joseph A. McCullough
has donned the ermine he presides
with the ease and grace of one who has
been upon th? bench for years.
A Bereaved Household.
How inexpressibly sad it is when
it is known that a friend or loved
oue, suffering from incurable bodi
ly affliction, is on the very brink
of. eternity, likely to be called
hence at any moment 1 Great has
been anguish of mind and heart of
the friends and relatives of Mr. D.
E. Holland for some months in
their deep -solicitude and concern
for his physical condition. For
more than three years he had been
a patient Bufferer from a cancer op
bis left temple which caused his
death on Sunday morning last at
his home four miles east of Edge
field. Mr. Holland had been treat
by! by eminent specialists, and
every moans known to the medical
profession wes employed to arrest
the progress of this dread disease,
but being of the type that baffles
all human ingenuity it did not
yield to treatment. On the con
trary, it steadily and with increas
ing rapidity spread till vital parts
become affected which resulted in
immediate death. Mr. Holland
was a devoted and indulgent
father, an affectionate husband, a
kind and obligiug neighbor and a
businees man of more than ordi
nary ability, always receiving very
satisfactory returns from his farm
ing operations. The deceased was
forty-nine years of age and is sur
vived by a wife, four children aud
three brothers. Mr. Holland was
a member of a ohurch in Newberry
county, where he lived for mauy
yeara. The mortal remains were
laid to'rest on Monday morning in
the Stevens burial ground, near
Me ting Stree!, desi je the graves
of his mother and tather. The
RWY. C. E. Burts officiated at the
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Timely, Tersely, Truly Told
MifsesRuth Cogburnand Lizzie
Lou Jones spent Sunday at\Jobli
ston. ^ .
Mrs. Sophie Kilhbiew is making
an extended visit to relatives* at
Mrs. Ida F. Sheppard spent last
week in Augusta with her daugh
ter Mrs. Carrie Miller.
Mr. Geo. F. Mimp, Edgefield s
skilled optician, made a business
trip to Johnston on Friday after
The South Carolina Methodist
Conference will convene in the
ci.y if Greenville on Dec. the 9th.
It will pay the ladies to read the
Corner Store's ad ve rtisemdnt.
Beautiful Waistings at half price.
Miss Eloise Carwile is in Edge
field, and will spend the winter at
? the home of?her uncle Gen. Car
Mr. G. H. Lackey of Summer
ton S. C. who was a student for
several years in our school, speut
I some days in Edgefield last week.
Judge Jos jpn A. McCullough,
who is accompanied by his cultur
ed, Cbristian^wife, is stopping at
the home of Mrs. Kale Lynch.
Geo Bell Timme)man Esq. act
ed as Solicitor in the recent term
of court in Columbia, Solicitor
Thurmond being confined at his
j honqe with an attack of grip.
Rev.- G. P. White who bas been
pastor of the Baptist church at
Langley for some years has accept
ed a call to the church at Ridge
way S. C.
Rev. Thos. Leitch with bis sin
ger Mr. Marshall io conducting a
series of meetings in the Methodist
church at Johnstou, assisting the
pastor Rev. W. S. Martin.
An Auderson young man who
was calling on a girl told her that
he was going to kiss her before he
left the hou.^e. Sho commanded
him to leave at once. y
Cards are nut, announci? ?, Ihe
marriage of Miss Mary Julia Car
wile to Dr. Robert Alvin Marsh,
on Wednesday Nov 2o.lh, at bisfh
noon, the ceremony to be perform
ed at Trinity Episcopal church.
The members of tho Railroad
Commission visited Edgefield Just
week, on their annual tour of in
spection. They have seen our great
need of a depot, and will probably
insist npnn its erection at once.
During the past week Mr. J. P
Bates has had the remains of his
father which were buded at the
Bates family burying ground, re
moved lo our village camel pry and
placed besides the grave of his
Mr. J. M. Cobb calb our readers
attention this week in hie new ad
vertisement to his large stock of
dependable t-hoes. He buys only
from the largest and most reliable
manufacturers and is off.- ring good
values at reasonable prices.
The painters, carpenters aud plas
terers are making rapid headway
with the inside work on the college
building. All of the interior wiil
be painted white. There is now
no 'longer any doubt about the
building being in readiness for the
school after the usual Christmas
vacation is over.
Three of the churches of our
town now have well organized and
very active mission societies, the
la?t to organize being the very zea
lous and earnest Christian women
of the Presbyterian church.
The terras of all of the directors
T>5 the state dispensary will expire
in January, aud it is stated that
Mr. L. J. Williams will not stand
for re-election. Who will be Edge
field's candidate for his place ?
Apply early to avoid the rush.
Material is being rapidly hauled
for the Tompkins store and offico
building and actual work will be
gin very soon. We understand
that Mr. Tompkins has been re
quested to add a third story which
will be rented for a lodge room by
the Masons and Odd Fellows.
Mr. S. A. Brunson, the popular
and efficient head salesman of the
Cobb dry goods emporium, has
rented his farm just without the
corporate limi:s of Edgefuld and
will move to town about January
the 1st, having rented the house
now occupied by Mr. J. H. P.
Roper. Their coming among us
will be heartily weloomcd by Mr.
and Mrs. Brunson's mauy friends.
It was the writer's pleasure one
evening last week to pay a surprise
call at the home of Mrs, S. B. Gib
son in Atlanta. It will be of in
terest to iheir Edgefield friends tc
know that while Mrs. Gibson, Miss
Louise and Mr. Paul Gibson have
a delightful cottage home central
ly located aud are very much
pleased with Atlanta, yet they long
for the sight of Edgefield, their
first, love, and have promised to
make a prolonged visit early next
Next Thursday is the day ap
pointed for the annual National,
ThankBgivi.-.R. It is to be hoped
that thoso of our churches in town
and county which annually re
member the little orphan ohildren
will not let this year find tlnm un
mindful of their continued obliga
tions. It is said that "a single
grateful thought to heaven is the
most effectual prayer," and if it be
BO, let thia siason be filled with
such appropriate "and effectual
prayers." Not only so, but let Ihe??*,
grateful thoughts take shape in
grateful deeds for thh h^n? fit of
i hose of whom He said, "I will be
a father to the fatherless and a
husband to tho widow."
To The Thinking; Thousands
Tbe banks and stores will be
closed on Thanksgiving Day.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. P. Roper
visited rehtivesin the Ropers sec
tion on Sunday last.
Mr. Walter Wiso and Misa Hat
tie Hughes, of Trenton, spent Sun
day in Edgefield at the home of
Mr, J. H. Allen.
It will pay anyone who is in
ueed of a piano to call at this office
aud be informed as to an instru
ment that is advertised elsewhere
in our columns.
Miss Lillian Smith who is teach
ing a flourishing school at Ropers
spent Saturday and Sunday with
her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
Miss Lucretia Bruuson, the ef
ficient stenographer of the Farmers
Bank, and who is a social favorite
in. Edgefield spent Sunday with
her parents at Cleora.
Mr. S. E. Dunbar, of Ellenton,
who several years ago was a student
of the S.C.C.I., visited relatives in
Edgefiald 011 Friday and Saturday
A conuodum : How manv bach
elors will remain in Edgefield after
all of the lawyers, doctors, farmer0,
couotv officers, salesmen, aud
book-keepers are married ?
Married, by Rev. P. P. Blalock,
ou SuLday afternoon last, at the
residence of the officiating minis
ter, Mr. Victor Heath and Miss
Talbert, both of the Antioch uec
Mr. W. K. Bailey, who is a suc
cessful planter of Aiken county,
came up on Friday and spent sev
eral days with his brother, Col. F.
N. K. Bailey, returning to his home
Somebody in Edgefield sold
great quantities of merchandise on
Saturday last. The public square
was almost covered with wagons
loaded with all kinds of goods.
There is lifp, much life, in the old
On accovnt of the fact that a
heating plant is being installed in
the basement of the Presbyterian
church, Rev. Mr, Burgess and his
Hock held tneir regular Sunda)
morning ser vee in the Methodist
church on Sunday last.
Mrs. J. B.. Haltiwanger, assisted
Mr. and M rp. Geo. W. Wise, of
Trenton, several days last week in
nursing and ministering to their
little child who hf.s bnen very ill,
bul, we are glad to state, is now
very much improved. *
- Mr. William Daniel was warmly
grt-eted by hip many friends on his
visit to Edgefield on Sunday and
Monday last. For some time he
has been in business in Alabama,
but is now at his father's home in
Although Mr. T.C.Strom has
accepled a position as state con
stable he will continue to make
Edgefield his headquarters. Ho
will, however, have to vacate the
house he now occupies so as to
give possession to its recent pur
chaser, Mr. J. S. Smith, conse
quently about December lol h he
will remoro his family to bis faun
Messrs. B. L. Jones & Son have
received their first shipment of
3tock for the season -a car of very
fine horses and mules. Mr. B. L.
Jones spent two weeks traveling in
Kentucky, Tennessee and Indiana
and while on this tour he selected
in person the stock that arrived
on Monday. These gentlemen are
personally in touch with some of
the largest stock raisers of the
country and during the coming
season will offer some excellent
horses and muies to the buying
public of Edgefield.
While in Atlanta last week we
purchased from one of the largest
printer's supply houses in the
south a large quantity of new ma
terial for our job office. It is our
purpose to give more attention
than ever to this branch of our
business and to give better satis
faction than ever. We are well
equipped and can get out work in
up-to-date shape. Send us your
orders. Satisfaction guaranteed.
A Greenwood lady has found a
way to make a nurse of the "hello
girl." Wishing to visit a neighbor*
she pulled the baby's crib up in
front of the telephone, opened the
receiver, and told central if the
baby began to cry to call her up at
the neighbor's. We beg pardon of
Edgefield's "central" for suggest
ing this to the mothers who are
subscribers, which means extra
duty if the innocents are arranged
so as to squall in the 'phone.
Last week's Baptist Courier con
tains an interesting account of Rev.
Mr. Sublet t's revival meeting,
from the peu of Rev. P. P. Bla
lock. Towards the close of the ar
ticle, he announces that he is ready
with his lecture eutitied,"Will Jon
athan Recover," treating of Chris
tian missious inf its relations to
America, which he is willing to de
liver in any town or community,
and after actual expenses are paid,
will io every instance give half the
proceeds towards the orection of a
house'of worship at our cotton mill,
and the other half towards the
endowment fund of Fur.nau Uni
versity. As the scriptures enjoined
the disciples to begin at Jerusalem,
we would suggest lhat Mr. Bla
lock deliver his fust lecture in
Edgefield. For the sake of person
al inst ruction an I ed i fi cat icu, as
.veil ns for the noble causes of
Fumar.- University Mid the relig
ious welfare of our mill town, this
hour would be ona well spent.
THERE ?S NO SUBSTITUTE
Mr. James R. Cautelou, who is
erne of the best farmers iu Edge
field county or auy other county
as for that matter, brought in a
sample of the .finest pea-vine hay
OD Saturday that we have ever
seen. It was a golden color and
had the mellow aroma that is
characteristic of all bayard fodder
that is harvested at the proper
stage and has not boen damaged
by rain. Mr. Cautelou, after re
serving all that is required to feed
his stock, has baled fifteen tons
which should bring $1 per hundred,
or $20 per ton on the market. If
$300 can be realized from the sale
of 15 tons of hay it is more profi
table than cotton, with the latter
selling for eleven cents. How
many farmers are there in the
county of the James R. Cautelou
FOR SALE: A piano that is
in good condition. This instru
ment has never been abused and
but little used. For further infor
mation, etc., apply at this office.
ff HZ?:2H c n R r\ n
Our prices arc GUARANI
quality of goods considered.
Never in the history of our cl
a better line of clothing than v
The styles both in CUTS s
better, and as for our prices tl
any film. As for
W c have thc GE ATEST VI
Priced from $2,00 to $6,50.
Ten per cent, discount on a
J B WHIT
A lady lost a hatulsomo black
silk belton Sunday afternoon last.
The finder will please leave it at
Our stock of Buildere- Hardware,
Carpenters Tools und a general
line of Shelf Hardware ie always
RAMSAY & JONI:?.
Jas. M. Cobb can show the pret
tiest up to date Shirt Goods and
I Silks on the market.
ALL persons are hereby warned
?not to trespass in any manner
whatsoever upon the lands of the
undersigned. All hunting, trap
ping, cutting timber, etc., upon our
lands will be punished to the full
lest extent of the law.
M. C. PAUKER,
P. P. BLALOCK.
On the 18th day of December
1903 the undersigned will make
application unto tho Judge of tho
Probate Court, at Edgefield South
Carolina, for a final discharga as
Guardian of the ent?tes of Morris j
Bush, Clara Bush, Julia Bush,
Elbert Bush, Mary J. Bush.Ceaser
[Jackson and Squire Jackson.
FRUIT TREES AND PLANTS
OF AL O KINDS?.
Roses, Evergreens, Nut Bearing
Trees and Plants for thc Flower
Yard, ^sow is tho time to order.
R. H. Mi.Ms.
Money to loan on improved
Farms, at S por cent. Absolutely
no delay. Write for circular giv
ing full information. ?
JAMES FRANK ct SON,
Au gi; .-ia, Ga.
TOCURSA Colo IN ONE DAY
Take Laxtive Bromo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refond the money iffit
fails to cure. W. Cnn e's signa
ure on each box. "J? cents.
B, E. Nicholson,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
^jSPTrompt and Careful]-at
tention to Business. Office
LPHOLSTERING AND REl'AIR
Work done on short notice and
in in a satisfactory manner. I also
make matt rsa of al! kind-'. Notify
mo when you have furniture I hal
n^eds repairing I will do the work
nt-very reasonable price.
All work guaranteed to gi vi
ARTHUR A. S IM KI xs.
Miss Allie Bellinger, who has
been for some months making her
home with hei sister, Mrs. Daisy
Bixby, in Atlanta, is fin ployed as
book-keeper at a handsome salary
by one of tho larges! department
storep of that c i l'y. lier innate
abilityvgentle and affable manner,
will always enable her?to achieve
success in whatever linc of work
she may choose, and win for her
lasting friendships among those
with whom i she is associated. In
a conversation with tho writer
Bev ral days s go. she inquired very
?.articulArly of all of her Edge
Card of Thanks
MR. EDITOR : Permit me through
the columns of your valuable paper
to tender my grateful and heart
felt ii auks to my neighbors and
friends, white and colored, who
have PO generously and nobly, by
work and deed, rendered mo such
timely and invaluable assistance
since my recent misfortune by fire
which destroyed my barn,contents
and three mules and one horse on
the night of October 22od last.
1 assure them that I unspeaka
bly and sincerely appreciate from
the depth of my heart their cheer
ing words of sympathy, valued
help and many acte of unstinted
kindness so promptly and unsel
fishly shown me in this dark hour
of adversity; the remembrance of
which I shall always cherish as a
sweet solace and sacred memory as
long BS life itself lasts. ' ?
.May Heaven's richest blessings
be abundantly showered upon all
of my friends, neighbors and fel
low-citizens who havy so material
ly aided me is my earnest fervent
J. li. BLOCKER.
For Sale or Rent: The Gary
plantation three miles from Edge
field ia for sale or rent. Apply to
either of the undersigned.
Miss L. P. Garv.
Mrs. A. V. Eva"...-.
R A N T E E'
'EED to be the LOWEST,'
othiog business have we otter-;
ve have for this season,
ind MATERIAL were never!
hey cannot be approached by
VLUI?S ever offered,
Ul .Na STOR
:.:CS<--.---J< Hvt-K-.%-iv on Com- ?
?0 Wo SP? Si I Oj
IE DGEFISLD. S, O I
T? otb Extracted without Pain. |
Fourteen Years Experience.
Office over Post Office
Money to Lo%n#
On improved town property and
farms. I prefer farm Joans.
WM. P. CALHOUN*,
We are headquarters for (
WHOLESALE and RETAH
lie Square. Our Brick Ware!
We are iii business for bu
our existence here.
Remember That Yoi
We wish the Farmers to
know that we are ready to
supply them with S ? E D
OATS, both Home Raised
and Texas Rust Proof. SEED
WHEAT Home Raised also
finest Virginia raised varie
For fattening Hogs
and feeding Cattle, we oller
Rice Flour at low Pri?es.
We are now closing out our
STOCK ol BAGGING and
SUCS at Prices below the
Coffins an?L I
Take L&X?tlv? WOl
Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 n
THE FARMERB BANK
STATE AND GODNTY MP0SI?0EY.
THE LARGEST AND STRONGEST BANK IN EDGEFIELD COUNTY
Paid up Capital..'..$ 58,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits. 18,000.00
I Liability or Stockholders. 08,000.00
Pro tee ti un io Depositors .$134,000.00
We invite attention of tlio.se desirinjr a safe depositoryTor their money to the above
. fact?. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS BY SPECIAL CONTRACT.
Under provision of its charter this liank is authorized to act as trustee, guardian
; .. -, administrator and executor, and to accept and execute trusts ?encrally.
A. E. PADGETT, President T. II RAIN*FORD, Vicc-Pres.
; J. L. CAUGHM AN, Cashier. W. H. HARLING, Asst.-Cashier
WE CLOTHE THEM ALL
OUR STOCK comprises all that is best in Wearing
Men, Women and Children
fOR THE ? EM WE H AVE
Stcin-Bloch "Smart Clothes",Stro?se & Bro. ''High Art"
Clothes. Shirts, Hats, Neckwear, Etc.
F Off JUE WOMEN WE H UVE
Tailor Suits, Silk and Flannel Waists, Ready-to-Wear
Hats, Belts, Neckwear, Etc.
FOR BOYS WE H AV
Crescent Clothes for Boys, Junior Suits, Norfolk Suits
Give us a call when you come to Augusta.
To inspect our Large Fall Stock of
Clothing Shoes, Hats and
direct from tnc Manufacturers.
We are Headquarters for these Goods, so you ""can know that
; when they come from our Store tue S^le aDd Quality are right.
We bought early consequently prices are very reasonable. .
Spending any money on
Dry Goods 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 wiii lind nothing
quite so good as what we
If wc were buying these
things for our own personal
tisc we could not take
greater care in their selection.
C. EX 3Vd?A,Y
everything in our line in Edgefield We sell both to th
1, TRADE. Get our prices from our Retail Store on Pub
LOUSC on Railroad track will bc our Wholesale Headquarters,
siness, because thc commercial needs of Edgefield demanded
i Can Buy in Edgefield in Wholesae^
antitics at Eight Prices.
OX Groceries of all kinds
we can save you money by
buying Irom us.
1 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.
Wc have just received Car
Load Nails-Wire and Cut
also Barbed and Plain Wire,
Farm Implements of all kinds,
I Dixie Boy Plows Genuine,
Harrows, Plow Points, also
Shelf I lard wara of all kinds.
See our Stock of Guns and
Wagons-the best Makes
sold. Buggies,^ Carriages,
Surreys, Harness and Hames
Indertakers GOODS in any
I. Lime and Cement.
re a Cold in One Day
in Two Days.
as? Quinine TaMets. ? <vi& ?a ?y??
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