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WEDNESDAY, DEC. 2, 1903.
Fresh assortment of fancy cakes J
and orackers just received. Try
THE PENN DRUG. STOKE.
Car cut and wire nails just re
ceived. Basis price $2.70 per keg.
A full supply of ull kinds of
school books always, on hand at j
vejy reasonable prices at
THEJ*ENN DBUG STORE.
Jae; M. Cohb isheadquarters for
lovely winter White Goods au 1
Strangely Low Prices are goin^
on io 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, Sauces, Salad dressing,
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
Car Rice Flour just received for
feeding cattle and hogs.
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE Co.
Don't spend money ?bing to
tte'motin tain s or the seashore,
buy in old reliable Sabdrosa cigar
It will transport 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 ever; bottle showing that
it is simply Iron ai, . Quinine in a
tasteless form. No cure no pay 50c.
Just received a fresh lot of
Meyer'B Spices for Horses and
Chickens. We also keep on hand
the celebrated Pratt's Food.
THE PENN 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 RockerB from $1.50
RAMSEY & JONES.
J. A. Gulledge of Verbena, Ala.,
was twice in the hospital from a
severe case of piles causing 24
tumors. After doctors and all
remedies failed, Buck len's Arnica
Salve quickiy arrested further-du
flam at ion and cured him. It con
quers aches and kills pain. 25c.
at THE PENN DRUG STORE*.
PHOTOGRAPHS IN LATEST FALL
< AND WINTER STYLES
Bring the Children and aged rela
tives before wintei sets in.
^^"Photographs fitted in Lockets
and Buttons. A
B. H. M IMS.
Let us seit you Glenn Springs
and^Harris Litbia water, uatures
remedies, when you need them.
THE PENN DRUG STORE .
'We have in stock a.full line ot
Iron, Enameled and Brass Bedsj
nith springs to fit.
RAMSEY &. JONES.
Beautiful patterns in . Table
damask Bleached and Uubleaced.
Prices very low.at
_ C. E. MAY'S.
Weare headquarters for. al
School Books ued m the ' pu bli
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,
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.
Large stock of Trunks, Valises,
Rugs, Lap Robes, Jj?tc. Get* our
RAMSEY & JONES.
We are.selling shells at 40c per
Box to hunters.
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
Just received a?ard?&d pf,"Qld
Hickory" and "Blue Grass'* wagons
and two car loads of "Rock Rill*?-*
aud "Hackney" buggies. We^an?
to sell you.
RAMSEY & JONES;
MADE YOUNG AGAIN
"One of Dr. King's New Life
Pills each night for two weeks has
put me in my 'teens' again" writes
D. H. Turner of Dempseytown,
Pa. They're the best in the world
for Liver, Stomach and Bowels.
Purely vegetable. Never gripe.
Only 25c at
- THE PENN "DRUGSTORE :
. Accurately and prompt
ly day or night aiid: use
only the PUREST DRUGS.
WE Solicit Your
The county board of control,
which ie composed of Messrs, F.
P. Walker, J. A. Prince, Jr., and
Robert Quarles, met on Friday last
pursuant to announcement and
unanimously re-elected Mr. E. C.
Winn, dispenser, and Mr. J. E.
"Byid a88ibtaut dispenser. This is
a well deseryed compliment to
these gentlemen who have conduct
ed the affairs of the dispensary
with entire satisfaction during the
Fewer Gallons ; Wea'rs Longer.
On his trip to the north some
months ago, Mr. R. L. Dunovant
displayed splendid taste in the
selection of the large stock of
Christmas goods for The Penn
Drug Stoie. One is amazed at the
beauty, great variety, and cheap
ness of the large stock of holiday
goods that are to be Been at this
store, which has for more than a
generation been famous for its
matchless Christmas merchandise.
Look at the pretty things in the
window of the Penn Drug Store.
The exquisitely beautiful toilet
and manicure set surpasses any
thing heretofore brought, to Edge
field. Some Edgefield young man
will surely procure it at once for
Fewer Gallons; Wears LoDger.
What has become of the old time
corn shucking at which the neigh
bors on some moonlight night
would gather around the corn pile
of a farmer aud shuck M?orn, sing
rag-time songs, tell yarns and, with
more play than work, have a great
time generally ? Then after the
shucking was finished all were bid
den gather around a long, table
where the proverbial "before the
war" hospitality prevailed, We do
not hear of them anymore. Have
they grown into disfavor ? Proba
bly the farmers plant, and conse
quently make, so little corn that
they do not want their neighbors
to see their "crap". We should
like so much to attend one of these
unique neighborhood gatherings
again. It would*carry us back
many, many, very many years
when we were a bare-footed boy.
Deatli of a Little Babe.
Not mauj months ago Heaven
committed to the keeping of Mr.
and Mrs. L. G. Bell a bright and
beautiful son, but it was not the
will of Him who doeth all things
well that such a tender little flower
should remain long in this world
to be weighted down with sorrow
nud blighted by sin, hence the
spotless soul of tni8 precious little
babe wus borne on Saturday- the
21st inst, to the mansions in the
skies where it will dwell through
out all eternity in the very pres
ence of Him who said : "Suffer
little children to come unto me
and forbid them not for of such is
the kingdom of heaven.'* Our heart
goes out to our friends, Mr. and
Mrs. L. G. Bell, in this hour of
Passed Over the Ki ver.
After enduring much suffeiing
fr?m ill health for more than *two
years the death angel liberated the
spirit of Mrs. N. D. Robertson on
Sunday morning last and bade it
take its flight to Him who gave it.
She died in the fiftnth year of her
age ai ber ho ne .iu the Antioch
sectiou. This good woman had
been a tender and devoted wife,
and a-fot?d mother whoBe,;4rfenvas
largely spent in constant endeavor
to make those about her happy.
Mrs. Robertson is survived by a
husbaud and four affectionate chil
dren who, with a large circle of
friends and neighbors, will greatly
miss her. The mortal remains
were laid to rest on Monday morn
ing in the Antioch cemetery.
A Very Budden Death.
The usual serenity of our towu
was greatly disturbed when it was
annouuced that Mr. Benjamin
Neal died very suddenly in the
3tore of Mr. J. E. Hart on Monday
afternoon atone o'clock. Mr. Neal,
who resided near Fruit Hill, had
been-iu ill health for many months
and came to Edgefield, accompa
nied by his sister, Mrs. J. J. Hill,
to consult a physician and attend
to some business. While in Mr.
Hart's score, apparently, no worse
than usual, he fell and expired
atonce. A physician was sum
moued immediately but life
had become extract; . hejirt
disease evidently ? be ?nj*; ? the
cause of death. v Mr? Jieal is sur
vived by a wife and fiye children.
The remains were interred at Rocky
Creek church on ye. terday.
Aj; noon to-day at the bonn- of
Mr." and Mrs. -G. G. Fuller, - of
Longmires, the bride's parerits'Mr.
W. A. Byrti and Miss Mary Ann
Fuller will be happily marriedjthe
Rev. G. H. Burton performing the
ceremony. The bride is a very lov
?ble young lady and is possessed
?f-many beautiful qualities of"
mind and~heart. During the three,
years that she was a student of
the S. C. CL, having graduated
with honors in.the class of 1901,
she made many friends in Edge
field who* will welcome her most,
cordially as she now comes to live
permanently among -us. The
gloom is the popular County Su
perintendent ot Education, who
by a thorough and conscientious
discharge of every duty pertaining
to the ad ministration of the affairs
of th? office has won the confidence
and esteem of his entire constitu
ency. Mr. Byrd also 'graduated
from the S. C. C. I. iu the ol?is bf
1901 and has been a hard student
since completing his college course.
We join their host pf friends it ex
j tending to .Mr. and Mrs. Byrd hear
ty congratulations. ..They "will ar
rive in Edgefield this afternoon
and will board for the present with
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. .Taylor. About
January the lat they wiiK'bcCupy
j the home in south* Ejftefief^
[which Mr. Byrd purchased recent
!iy. ? : ir ir..
For Reut: One five-room cot*
'age iu good, repa.it, on&jdopr from
Main street. For further.informa-.
D. S. DUBOSE.
Miss Linie Mims is spending
several days this week in Augusta
Wanted : A "wedding" editor at
the ADVERTISER office. Apply at
once as the flood-tid9 of marriages
is ou aud th 3 need is pressing.
Rev. Geo. W. Davis spent
Thanksgiving day at Johnston,
taking part in the revival services
that are being conducted by Evan
Fewer Gallons; Wears Longer.
Capt. R. B. CaiD, the popular
commandant of cadets of the S. C.
C. I., went to his old home in
Wedgefield on Thursday last to
spend several days, returning Sun
Invitations have been issued to
the marriage of Miss Julia Ander
son to Mr. Mitchell Preston WellB
in the Presbyterian church at four
o'clock Tuesday afternoon, De
cember the 8th.
All who attended the delightful
barbecue rhat waB given by Capt.
J. J. Cain, at Parkhill on Thurs
day afternoon last have pronounc
ed it a royal feast. We regret
that we could not attend.
Fewer Gallons; WearB Longer.
Eggs are already in great de
mand on this market at twenty
five cents per dozen, and it is pro
bable that before so many weddiog
breakfasts, dinners and suppers
are over they will command
fabulous prices. ..
Mr. John B. Kennerly, who for
many years was a resident of our
town but lives now in Cokesbury,
is spending a few days with his son,
Mr. James B. Kennerly, in Edge
field, where be has hosts of friends
and is greatly beloved.
The following change of sched
ule went into effect on the Gap
road on Sunday last : The early
morning train leaves at 6 and re
turns at 9:10; the midday train
leaves at 1:20 aud returns at 5 and
the late afteruooD train leaves at
6:25 and returns at 7:15.
Fewer Gallons; WearB Longer.
The dance that was given in the
opera house on Thursday evening
last by the Cotillion club has been
pronounced to have beeu a very
enjoyable occasion by those who
attended. The german was very
beautifully and gracefully led by
Cpl. Geo. Bell Timmerman with
Miss Virginia Addison.
The r?gular terms of court are
held in Greenwood and Saluda at
or so near the time for holding
court in Edgefield that it causes
the members of this bar no little
trouble and annoyance, The-dates
for holding court in adjoining
counties should be arranged so
there would be no conflict.
Ou Sunday morning next Rev.
Geo. W.-Davis, who has served our
Methodist church a3 pattor very
faithfully for the past four .yearB,
will preach his farewell sermon
and will leave on Mouday to at
tend the 118th session of the South
Carolina Conference which con
venes in- Greenville ou the?9th
Those who worshipped in the
Presbyterian church on Sunday
last noticed a very marked differ
ence between the heating of the
church by the newly installed fur- ,
nace and the heaters that were
formerly Used. Although it was a
very cold day the congregation was
made very comfortable by the heat
tbatwss supplied by the .furnace
in the basement.
Fewer Gallons; Wears Lunger.
Capt. S. M. Rice has- purchased
the lot ou Main street opposite the
r?sidence bf Maj. R. S. Anderson
from Mr. John R. Tompkins and
will erect a very handsome resi
dence thereon, which he will occu
py as soon as completed. Then be
will be within a stone's throw of
the new depot, which will greatly
facilitate his going to and from his
post of duty.
-?:Mr. J. H. P. Roper is making
many- improvement? upon what
has been heretofore -known as the
Kees? place which he recently pur
chased^ from Gen. C. Butler.
Mr. Roper will move about Janua
ry the let and it will not be many
years/ before he will make this, for
its size, one of the most valuable
places in this section. In what
ever he unaertakps, whether it be
farming operations or what not,
Mr. Roper believes that whatever
is worth doing at all" is worth doing
Ht ve you seen what a tremen
dous stock of goods the Edgefield
Mercantile Company carries ? Be
sides the large main store, which
is piled with goods almost from
floor to ceiling, their warehouse
contains..much heavy and bulky
freight, and the Parker store is so
entirely filled that there is but
little' standing room. Theif inr
creasiug business .will probably
make.it necessary for the manage
ment to provide yet more room.
They buy in large quantities and
oarry a large stock, consequently
their business demands a large
The union Thanksgiving service
that was held in our Baptist church
on Thursday morning was very in
teresting ?lid was greatly eu joy ed
by the great number who attended.
Revs. T. P. Burgess aud C. E.
Burts, the only pastors present,
made very appropriate short ad
dresses.' All whose privilege ii
wasio attend were very glad thal
'such a meet iug had been arranged.
How be?iiti ul it is for all Chris
tian people irrespective of church
affiliation to come together and
'unite"in giving thanks unto the
Lord whom ?hoy profess to love
. Fewer Gallons; Wears Longer.
?-?I un II nm-ma.winnini
After Dr. J. G. Tompkins n
to his Buncombe home in Jam
Mrs. S. A. Morrall will occup1
house in which Dr. Tompkins
The members of our Presb;
ian church will hold their pr
meetings at the manse every!
day afternoon at four o'clock.
Wanted : A wife for each ol
three genial bachelors of
Chronicle force. None but
wealthy and beautiful need ap
Mr. R. J. Parks, who for n
than a year served very faithfi
as assistant dispenser but is i
in busiuess hi Augusta, spent ]
day last in Edgefield.
The members of Horn's Cr
church are earnestly requested
meet at the church on Satun
afternoon next to consider
matter of caHiu" a pastor for n
In appreciation of the faith
services rendered by my cle
during the busy season Tl
CORNER STORE will close
Xmas day, Saturday follow
and probably Sunday.
W. H. TURNE
If you, like some other peoj
are so thoughtless as to take
ashes in a paste-board box and
them on the back steps, don't i
it was an incendiary should j
be awakened some night by I
burning of your home.
Mr. J. Rubenstein, the hustli
merchant who occupies one of
stores iu the ADVERTISER buildi
is determined to have his Ohr:
mas table bountifully suppli
having purchased a two-hoi
wagou-load of geese-or ''goose
if you please -a few days ago.
Get our prices on Cloaks, Cap
and Collaretts before you buy
C. E. MAY
Whilo it is true that there
considerable building going on
Edgefield now, the half has i
been told. We know of seve;
who contemplate the erection
residences early next spring-ji
as soon as the unfavorable weath
0/ winter is over.
A lit tie girl tells what she kno
about King Solomon in the folio
ing essay: ''King Solomon wa?
man who lived ever so many yet
ago, and in the country in whi
he governed he was the whole pu?
King Solomou built Solomoi
temple and was the father of J
the Masons. He had 700 Wiv
and 200 lady friends, and that
why there are BO many Maeons
Rev. J. T. Littlejohn was
Edgefield on Thursday last, havii
brought Prof. Geer, who has be<
canvassing the Edgefield associ
tion in the interest of the Furmt
university endowment fund. Re
Mr. Littlejohn has, wearedeligh
ed to say, moved seven miles near
us, now occupying his new ar
very cozy cottage home near Rc
Hill church. Now that he is wit!
in easy reach of Edgefield we hor
to see more of him.? Come offene
Fewer Gallons ; Wears Longer.
The many friends of Mr. G. I
Spencer; the efficient superinter
dent of the cotton mill, regret th?
he has left Edgefield and hs
accepted the super'ntendenc
of three large mills at McColl am
one at Bennetteville, all of whic
are owned by one company. Mi
Spencer had become' very mud
attached to Edgefield aud her pee
pie, and would not have left bu
for the fact that a much more lucre
tive position was offered him.
Mr. R. M. Gardner who has beei
the engineer and machinist at th
cotton mill for some monthi
having developed appendicitis, lef
on Friday last for his former hom
at Gastonia, N. C. He has, ac
ting upon the advice of Edgefieh
physicians, which advice was con
curred in by specialists of Augv.s
ta, decided^to submit to an opera
tion. Mr. Gardner will be operatec
upon at the hospital in Charlotte
Duriug the absence of the regula
enginoer and machinist Mr. J. F
Spencer will fill tho place.
Mr-. J. R. Cantelou has a nev
variety of sweet potatoes, which
for the lack of a better name, -w
will call the Jumbo yam. Whih
we have not seen it, yet Mr. Cante
lou bas told us, and he ia a truth
ful man, that be made a swee
potato this year which measurec
six inches in circumference anc
twenty six inches in length. Thii
new Variety of potatoes fills a loDj
felt want with the man who has s<
mauy children that all of then
can't sit in chairs around the fin
at tho ?ame time. While one euc
of a Jumbo yam is roasting in the
ashes several of the childien cat
sit on the other end.
? Fewer Gallons ; Wears Longer.
Capt, W. H. Bruuson, the effi
?ieut post-master at Edgefield, sayi
that there is noshing like printer'f
ink as a means of advertising.
Heretofore wheu mail contracts
Were to be let io this county Capt
Bruuson, acting under the direc
tion of the pestai authorities
would have notices posted in very
conspicuous places, but very few
persons would put in bids. This
year, however, the newspapers ex
ploited the contracts, giving cer
tain facts in connection therewith,
and so great has been the number
of bids filed that a second supply
of bonds had to be ordered. Thi.?
is a practical illustration of the
often repeated fact that the mos!
offective means of catching the
eyes and ears of the people in a
way that brings about visible and
[tangible results is through the
newspapers. Were it not true.mil
lioi'8 of dollars would not be sp'ml
annual')- for newspaper advertis
ing hy those who are acknowledged
to b'j the shrewdest business men
in the country.
Wt OLB RELIABLE
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
Fer some time The State has
been conducting a picture coloring
contest for the little folks. Each
Sunday's paper contains a large
picture, and prizes are offered to
the first five little girls and boys
under twelve years of age who dis
play the greatest skill in coloring
these pictures. Our preUy and
gifted little friend, Miss Miriam
Norris, tne seven year old Saughter
of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Norris, was
awarded a prize for the picture
which she colored in last week's
contest. This is a compliment to
this very bright little girl, who not
only gives evidence of superior
taleut<as an artist but is well ad
vanced in all of her studies for one
of her age. The foundation for her
education was properly laid, hav
ing received her early training in
See our line of new dress goods
and waistings*before buying.
Onr prices are GUARANI
(quality of goods considered.
[Never in the history of our cl
a better line of clothing than v
The styles both in CUTS i
better, and as for our prices t
any firm. As for
W e have the GEATEST VJ
Priced from $2,00 to $6,50.
Ten per cent, discount on a
J B VHIT:
Despite the cold everything was
tmade ready by Mr. and Mrs. Peak
ou Friday evening last for the re
ception given to the half a hun
dred Sunbeams, the entire mem
bership being out in full force.
They went expecting a good time
and verily they were not disap
pointed. These little meu and
little women had the freedom of
the ?spacious home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Peak and without let or
hindrance they romped and played
many games and ate uice things to
their hearts' content. Rev. C. E.
Burts was the largest eunbeam
present and he was also the jolliest
and youngest of tb.6 boys. He is
very fond of children and young
people and is as greatly beloved by
them as by the older people. Mr.
and Mrs. Peak have the sincere
thanks of the sunbeams for the
evening's pleasure which will bs
loog remembered by all who were
so fortunate as to be present.
We are in the business to please
bur regular customers, and make
new oues. If you buy anything
from us that is not perfectly satis
factory you will do us a kindness
to let us know, so we can make it
C. E. MAY.
For Sale or Rent: The Gary
plantation three miles from Edge
field is for sale or rent. Apply to
either of the undersigned.
Miss L. P. Gary.
Mrs. A. V. Evans.
THAT THROBBING HEADACHE.
Would quickly leave you, if you
used Dr. King's New Life Pills.1
Thousands of sufferers have proved
their matchless merit for Sick and
Nervous Headache. Tljey make
pure blood and buira up your
health. Only 25 ceutB, money
back if not cured., Sold by
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
On the 21st day of December,
1903, the undersigned will make a
final settlement on the estate of
Oliver Dorn, deceased, in the Office
of the Judge of Probate at Edge
field, S. C., and at the same time
will apply for a final discharge as
Executors of said estate.
S. B. DORN,
P. H. DORN.
Nov. 19th, 1903.
DRIVEN TO DESPERATION.
Living at an out of the way
place, remote from civilization, a
family is oft?u driyen to despera
tion in case of accident, resulting
iu Burns, Cuts, Wounds Ulcers,
etc Lay in a supply of Buckler's
Arnica Salve. L's the bust on
garth, 25c, at
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
On January thu 1st, 1904, the
undersigned will make apphcatiou
uuto IiheJulg* of Probate at Edge
field, S. C. for a final discharge as
\dinini?trator of the estate of Mr?
[J. H. Pickens, dec^nsed.
JOHN B. HILL,
There were only three jury cases
tried iu the Court of Common
Pleas, and they were three railr ad
cases as follows : Mrs. Rena Sen
tell vs Southern railroad, verdict
$1999, being the full amount ask
! W. R. Swearingen vs. Southern
railroad, suit fjr dam ag. s for cot
ton burned at the Edgefield depot;
verdict $200, amount ?sked for.
A. H. Smith vs. C. & W. C. rail
road, suit for $5,000 damages ; ver
dict of $200 rendered for plaintiff.
Court adjourned sine die on
Fewer Gallons ; WearB Longer.
Rev. and Mrs. P. P. Blalock,
Rev. C. E. Burts, Col. and Mrs. F
N. K. Bailey, O. Sheppard, Esq.,
and Rev. B. D. Thames left yester
day to attend the State Baptist
convention which convenes in
Sumter to-day. It is quite proba
ble that Revs. J. P. Mealing, P. B.
Lanham, G, H. Burton, J. T. Lit
tlejohn and Messrs. L. F. Dorn
! and J. C. Morgan will also attend.
Columbia and Chester have both
asked for the convention next
WORST OF ALL EXPERIENCES.
Can anything be worse than to
feel that every minute will be your
last ? Such was the experience of
Mrs. S. H. Newson, Decatur, Ala.
"For three years'' she writes, "I
endured insufferable pain from in
digestion, stomach and bowel
trouble. Death seemed inevitable
when doctors and all remedies
'failed. At length I was induced
j to try Electric Bitters and the re
sult was marvelous, I improved
at once and now I'm completely
recovered. For Liver, Kidney,
Stomach and Bowel troubles Elec
tric Bitters is the only medicine.
Only 50c. It's guaranteed by
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
G WE SELL.
'EED to be the LOWEST,
othi ng business have we offer
ee have for this season. ?
ind MATERIAL were never
hey cannot be approached by
ALUES ever offered,
E & GO'S
Trunks. Trunks a big assort
ment at very reasonable prices at
C. E. MAY'S.
that ci ve
Geo. F. Minis,
E. C. SMITH.
T< eth Extracted without Pain.
Fourteen Years Experience.
Office over Post Office
Money to Loan#
On improved town property and
farms. I prefer farm loans.
WM. P. CALHOUN,
Edgefield, S. C.
We are headquarters for
WHOLESALE and RETA!
lie Square. Our Brick Ware]
We are in business for bi
our existence here.
Remember That To
to. We wish the Farmers to
know that we are ready tc
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 ofTei
Rice Flour at low Prices.
We are now closing out om
STOCK ot BAGGING and
SIES at Prices below the
Coffins and T
Take Laxative Broi
Seven M3Boa hoares sold in pest 12
OF EDGEFIELD ? c.,
STATU AND [COUNTY ?EPOS Z . ,
THC LARGEST AND STRONGEST BANK ll? EDGEP * * HTf S
Paidup Capital....'..........' 68,000.00
Surplus and ?i?divldedlProfits ............ . 18,000.00
Liability of Stockholders-.?8?O?.OO,
Protection to pepotitors-, .>.$134,000.00
We invite attention of those desiringa safe depositoryffor'"their money to the aboyo
facts. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS*Y SPECIAL CONTRACT.
Under provision of ita charter this bank ia anthorired to kW aa" truite^ gt?iaia/
administrator and czecntor, and to accept And execute trusts generally. ?J*. : rf ft-'
A. E. PADGETT, President T. H RATNSFOROj Vi c e-Prea.
jj. L. CAUGHMAN,Caahler. W.H. HAULING-, AtatX?a?hier
COBB'S ! COBB'S !! COFFS ?
Shoes Shoes Shoes
Nothing like it in old EDGEFIELD.
You need the SHOES. We have the
GOODS and PRICES to suit you. Wear
well, fit nicely
?a AND &
give you Satisfaction;
Come to Headquarters.
WE CLOTHE THEM ALL
OUR STOCK comprises ^11 that is best in Wearing
Men, Women and Children
FOR THEfl EH WE Hm
Stein-Blocb "Smart Clothes",Strouse & BroVuHigf Art"
Clothes. Shirts, Hats, - Neckwear, Etc.
FOU THE WO MEHI WE Hfl IfE
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
[|3?" Give us a call when you come to Augusta.
i mm \m,
844 Broad Street,_-_-_-_Augusta, Ga.
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 we know
that you wiil find nothing
quite. so good as what we
If we were buying these
things for our own personal
use we could not take
greater care in their selection.
O. ?. AdLA-Y
everything in our line in Edgefield. We sell both to the
L TRADE. Get our prices from our Retail Store on Pub
house on Railroad track will be our Wholesale Headquarters,
isiness, because the commercial needs of Edgefield demanded
11 Can Buy in Edgefield in Wholesale
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,1* Carriages,
Surreys, Harness and Harnes
Jndertakers GOODS in any
Lime and Cement.
ire a Cold in One Day
ino Gomme Tablets, jg
???a**TMs Signatars, ?. box. 23?.