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WEDNESDAY, DEC. 9, 1903.
Fresh assortment of fancy cakes
and crackers just received. Try
THE PENN DRUG STORE..
Car cat aud wiro nails just re
ceived. Basis price $2.70 per keg.
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
A full fu? ply of all kinds of j
schoolbooks always on hand at
veiy reasonable prices at
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
Jas, M. Cobb is headquarters for
lovely winter White Goods aud
Strangely Low PriceB 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,
Pens, Pencils, Iuk, Tablets, etc.
W. E. LYNCH & Co/
You can get Heinz's celebrated*
PJckles, Sauces, Salad dressing,
?jc, at -
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 J
When yon take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic because tbe formula is plainly
printed on every bottle showing that
it is simply Iron and Quinine ina
tasteless form. No cure no pa j 50c.
. Just received a fresh lot of
Meyer's Spices for HorseB and
Chickens. We also keep on band
the celebrated Pratt's Food.
THE PENN D^UG STORE.
Let us furnish your bou3e at a
little cost. Solid Oak Suits, from
$23 up, chairs from 50 cents up
and Solid Oak Rockers 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, Bucklen's Arnica
Salve quickly arrested further iu
fUtnation and cared him. It con
quers aches and kills pain. 25c.
ut TETS PENN DRUG STORE.
Dog Lost: On the streets of
Edgefield on Saturday the 28th of
November a vhite setter with
brown spots., having a tail, about S
inches long. The dog responds to
the name of "Cliff."'The nuder
mil be rewarded if the dog is re
M., B. HAMILTON
. Waycroes, S, C,
Let us sell you Glenn Springs
sud Harris Lil bia water, nato ?es
remedie??, when you need them- .
THE PENN DRUG STURE.
; Wo have in stock a full line of
Iro?), Enameled and Brass Beds,
firth Springs to fit. ~
Beautiful patterns '. in Table
damask Bleached audr Uubleaced.
Prices very low at
? . - 1* ' ? V*
?. School Bocks.
Weare headquarters for al
Sohjol Bojks u?d in th^-publi
school and at the S. C. C. I. O?r
prices are right.
W.E. LYNCH & Co.
Jas. M. Cobb is showing some
thing new and stylish in Ladies,
D ress Goods.
Second-Hand School Books.
We have good 6tock of second-,
hand sehooi books which -.we are
selling at greatly reduced prices.
. . . W.E ..SLYNCH "& Co*.
Larg* stock of " Trunks, Valises,
Rugs, Lap Robep; Jj)lc. \Get our
prices. . I \.
RAMSEY & JONES.
. We are Beliing hells at 40c perl
Box to hun tors. ._.
EDGEFIELD' MEI CANTII.?; CO.
' \ '> -
Just received a car load of ''Old
Hickory" and "Bl?e Grass" wagons
and two car loads of "Rock Hill"
aud "Hackney" buggies. W? want
to sell you.
RAMBEY & JONES.
'.One of Dr. King's New Life
Pills each night for two*weeks has
put'me in my 'teens' again"' writes
1>. H. Tonier of Dempeeytnwn,
Pa. They're the best in the world
for. Liver, .Stomach and Bowels.
Purely vegetable. Never gripe.
Only 25c at
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
Accurately and prompt
ly day pr night and use
only the PUREST DRUGS.
WE Solicit Your
W. E. Lynch & Co1
Surely 'he heavenly host min
gled its joy with that of the c rr-at
ores of earth on yesterday as the
recording angel inscribed upon the
holy marriage record the Weils
Andersen nuptials, pealing it with
these solemn words,"Whal God
hai joined together let no mau
put asunder." Long before the ap
pointed hour, four o'clock, a large
assemblage gathered in the Pres
by'.enan church to wituess the un
ion iu,the holy bond1? of wedlock
of two 1 appy yoir g hearth. Wi-h
thoughts of commingled joy and
sadness-fora marriage is a sol
emn as well as a joyous occasion
the eager throng awaited the com
ing of too bridal party, the bride
being, MioS Julia Anderson, tb>
beautiful and very accomplished
daughter of Mrs. Emma Buist
Anderson, and the groom, Mr. M
P. Wells is a prominent young
member cf the Edgefield bar who
was reared in the Horn's Craek
8ecfion of our county. The bride
was reared in Spartanburg county,
where she resided until recent
yea rp, descending from one of the
bf st and most prominent families,
of the Piedmont section, while the
groom's ancestry has been among
the oldest families of our county,
whose name has always been a
?ynouym of good citizenship and
Rev. T. P: Burgess, the pastor
of the bride, in a very graceful
raauner performed the ceremony/
and Mrs. F. N. K. Bailey, who
possesses vary "rare talent as a
musician., played the wedding
The attendants were Miss Char
lotte Thompson, of Rock Hill, a
school friend of the bride and
maid of honor, with Mr. J. H.
Allen, the best man, Miss Helen
Sheppard with Mr J. R. Tomp
kins, Miss KateiL * ?ard with Mr.
B.E.Nicholson. sLizzie Wells
with Mr. L.T. I ", Miss Minnie
Lanham with Mr. J. B. Kenn*rly,
Miss Julia V. Tompkius with Mr.
D. B. Anderson, Misa Nannie
Moore with Mr. J. K. Allen, M'ss
Eleauor Nicholson with Mr.
Charlton Lynch, Miss Ellen DUL
ovaut with M,r. Dozier Lynch.
The ushers were Messrs. J. E.
Mims, Wallace C. Totnpkius, W.
S. Cogburn and Alex Watson.
Immediately after the ceremony
Mr. and Mrs Wells left for Trenton
where they.. boarded the south i
bound train for Florida, where
they wi.l spend a blissful fort
We wish you a hon voyage, hap
py young friends, as you embark
upon thu matrimoni.1 sea. ;\ i
During thes* latter days scarce
ly do the echo's of marriage bells
die away io Edgefield before au
other wedding has become the all
absorbing topic of conversation.
Thia eveiiiug-%hat will probably
be tue most brilliant home wed
ding,ever iolemojzed in this Com
munity will be' the . nuptials of
Mr. William Wallace Sheppard I
and Miss Adrienne Dugas ai
'-'Edgewood.'' This (quaintly beau
tiful antebellum homestead will;
present ? scene which - for- ele
gance and splendor bas not bpeo
surpatspd ei.ftce ifs original OWJ
er, Ex-Gov. F, W. Picken?, re
sided therein princely style.
The very beautiful young bride
is the second daughter of the
late Dr. Geo. C. 1 ugas and a
grand-diiugtitT of the -la men I ed
Fraftci-s W. Pickms;,: and tho
grooni, a prepossessing young
ma'h, wTb? only recently was ad
mitted to tho bar, is the eldest
son of- Hon.- J. C. Sheppard.
The ceremony which will unite
the hearts and li'*es of these two
popular young people will be
pronounced by Rey. E. A. Cornish,
of Charleston, who, while rector
of Trinity church some years ago,
christened the brid*. The attend
ais will Be "Miss Grace Dugas. of
Augusta, meid of honor, with Mr.
B. E. Nicholson, the nest man,
Miss Heleu Sheppard with Mr.
Will Sledgp, of Augusta, Miss
Marie Elli?, of Augusta, with Mr.
W. S. .?ogburn-, Mi-s Madge Hous
ton, of Augusta, with Col. Geo.
Bell Timmermau,' of -Lexington.
Eveu before they publicly plight
their troth we join the many
friends bf the bride and groom in.
wishing th?t'the linee will always
fall 'to -t-hem'hi pleasant places and
that tl eir pathway will,be strewn
Mrs. N. M. Holstein, accompa
nied by Miss Lena Holstein, ar
rived on Saturday la?t to spend
sometime with ber. children in
Edgefidd. Her . friends will be
happy to know tbat bhe has almost
fully recovered from the painful
accident of several months ago
Invitations bava been issued by
Mr:, and Mrs J?bu M. Bell, of Ai
leen, to the marriage of their niece,
Miss May B?ll JC?eee, to Mr. Al
bert Dozier Kean on December the
22nd. After January the first Mr.
and M re.r Kean will make their
home at Wadley, Ga.
Wait foi ''Ff.wer Gallons; Wears
Don't ask us about'" Fewer Gal
lons; Wear? Longer."
'These students of the S. C.
C. I. compose the roll of honor
for the quarter just"ended having
averaged betweeu 90 and 100 in'
all of their s?udies: Miss Ellen
Dunovant, Miss Eva Wales, Miss
Fanny Cochran, J. H. Tedards,
Charlie Black, Joel Hough, Ash
ley Merriman, and Miss Carrie
The barn of J. H.Cantelou, Esq,
with its contents, was totally de
stroyed by fire on Saturday morn
ing about 10 o'clock. But for the
chemical engine and the heroic
. floris.of fbe fire laddies another
large barn near by would hi>Vr>
bunn cTalso. The fire company of
the mill rendered valuable assist
ance. The origin of the firo is un
%nowr. Mr. Canteloa had the
property i usu i ed for $400.
It's only a "leetle" over
weeks till Christmas.
Some fromm can j>in their
to a mau much easier if it is
a diamond pin.
Some one has truly said th;
lot of people would rather
style than out of debt."
Mrs S. M. Rice is spending
week in Atlanta visiting her
ter, Mrs Phoebe Irv'?.
Trunks. Trunks a big af
mont al very reasonable prie
C. E. MAI
"Get at the joints from thc
Ride" that's the method of cm
Rheumicide. You'll .find i
your druggist's pride.
Mrs Mary J. Norri? is spen
this week in Lexington in att
ance upon the marriage of
niece, Miss Emmie Fox to
The heavy blas!s that are n
almost daily at the quarry,
the reports which are so pla
beard miles away, remind 01
especially the little boys-of i
non crackers and Christmas g
Mr. Georg? Pearce, who u
iged the farra of J H. Cante
Esq., this year, bas purchased
Holland farra near Ninety Six
moves this week thereto.
Pearce is visiting in Ellenton
fore going to ber new ho
So heavy have been the fri
recently that one would have
look a second time to see whet
or not everything was cove
with snow. Hi wever, it has b
ideal fall weather ai d we have
complaint to make.
Ask your Minister about "Fu'
Gallons; Wear0 Longer."
As Christmas approaches,
ti ne when there is greater 'dam
from fire than at almost any ot
season,every body should ex
ciso great precaution. It is too 1
to be cin-fui after a .vhole bi
ness block or half a dozen bou
have been burned.
A dispatch from Waahiugl
states that Miss Lona Tillman
spending a few days, in the natu
al capital and while there will
lect a home for Senator Tillmi
whither he will rcnve his fam
al.oui theist January to r? mr
during the sest on of congress.
Col. F. N. K. Bailey bas empli
i*d Miss Minnie Dicks to ten
th?s'xlh and.sevcnlh grad s. M
Dicks is a very gifted teach
being full graduate of Winthi
college and having taken a poi
graduate normal course. She 1:
been teaching in Cbattano ga i
eome time. Miss Dicks will enl
upon her dut ian when school wo
id resumed after the holidays.
* Rev. C. E. Burts and Col, F. :
K. Bailey w-re the cn!y atten
ants from our town upon the Ba
tist convention last week, ai
both took a prominent part in tl
deliberations of the body. R??
Mr. Burts by request, filled one
the Sumter pulpits on Sundi
morning last. TII?B was quite
compliment to Edgefield's belove
pastor, for only 1 he leading ligh
of the convention are invited
preach on Sunday.
Ask your grocer about "Few<
Gallons; Wears Longer."
Mrs. Geo. W, Davis and tl:
chi'dren are visiting relatives i
Greenwood while R?;v. Mr. Dav:
is-in attendance upon the Coufei
euee. ^Before entering upon hi
new charge Mr. Davis and famil
will return to Edgefield for a fei
About the risirg of the sun o
Monday morning th? barn of Mr
Ka'e Butler, which) coutaine
several tons of hay, was total 1;
destroyed by fire. So for there i
no clue as to the cause. Pre
sumably it wa6 the act of an in
cendiary. Unfortunately the build
ing was not insured.
Ask your lawyer about "Fewe:
Gallons; Wears Longer."
The usual end-of-t he-year r?^
mov?is have begun, Mr. J. P
Addy, with his family, has re
moved to Greenwood; fclr. T. C
Strom has moved hack to his farnr
near Cleora and Mr. J. 8. Smith
has moved i'ito his house which
was vacated by Mr. Strom; r.nc
last but not least, Dr. J. H. Car
michael has moved into the house
iii South Edgefield that Mr. Smith
formt riv occupied. This is a* gen
eral moving of household as well
as "kitchen furniture."
Get our prices on Clo iks. Capps,
and Collaretts before you buy
C. E. MAY. ,
Mr. C. E. May has, by honest
dealing and close attention to busi
ness, built up a large dry goods,
notion, shoe, hat and clothing busi
ness. He sells tiie "superb" line
of clothing which is made bv
Messrs. Wyler, Ackerland & Com
pany, large manufacturers of Cin
cinnati. Mr. May tells our readers
in, his new advertisement thi.s week
about Hie new things, the novel
things and tho staplo goods thal
aro ti) be found in hiB large stock
Ask your doctor about "Fewer
Gallons; Wears Longer."
The Masonic order is rapidly re
cruiting its ranks in the several
lodges in the county with some
splendid material On Saturday
evening fast Mr. Ransome Tim
merman was received iuto the full
fellowship of the craft by the
Grove I idge of Pleasaut Lane and
on Friday evening la3t Concord in
lodge conferred the third degree
upen Messrs. R. L. Dnnovaut and
J. R. Murphy. The Grove bulgo is
represented at tho Grand Lodge
thia week by Worshipful Master
W. E. Pa.kman.
Miss Marv Buford is now board
ing at the hom? of Mrs. Jomes li.
McKia on Geter stree!..
Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Marsh re
turned from their wedding jour
nay on Monday afternoon and are
boarding for the present at tho
home of Dr. J. G. Tompkins.
Mr. and Mrs. E. IT. Folk are re
ceiving the congratulations- of
their friends upon the arrival of
a bright and beautiful little son on
Court of General Sessions con
vened in Saluda on Monday, and
So'icitur Thurmond, Enquires A.
S. Tom:?kiii8, N. G. Evans, E. H.
Folk, and B. E. Nicholson are in
Mr. and Mrs. T. Garrett Talbert,
of Park s eil lo, accompanied by
their interesting children, spent
Sunday and Monday with the'lat
ter's parou';p, M. and Mrs. Mr. C.
Rev. P. P.Blalcck will probably
deliver a lecture in the opera
house on Thursday evening of next
week lor the benefit of the Second
Baptist church. We shall have
more to say of it in our next issue.
A flag pole twenty feet in length
will be erected on the turret of the
college building and a United
State? regulation flag will be un
furled to the breeze therefrom as
it is from all other military schools
and public buildings.
Dr. W. Price Timmerman, who
is now the loading physician of
Batesburg, was warmly greeted by
his host of friends in Edgefield on
Monday last. We wish he would
fall in love with Borne nf Edgefield's
pn-tty girls so we could ie hin* j ?f'
The Advertiser job office has
been (urning out a great deal of
work recently that would reflect
credit upon a large city office.
That's what t patrons say. Our
prices are v reasonable and we
guarantee satisfaction. Send us
y our orders.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Crocker, who
have resided in Edgefield during
the past year, left on Thursday
last, accompanied by their bright
little eon, Mas er Jan;cp,to spe-id
some time visiting the aged father
of Mr. Crocker, who resides in
The members of the Presbyte
rian church are to be congratula
ted upon the beautiful new carpet
that they have recently purcbaead
and placed in their church Step
bv step they are gieatly improv
ing their house of worship ?nd
Will not 6top until everything in
connection therewith is put in first
class condit ion.
Mr. B. F. Mays, the einest son
of Mr. and Mrs 8. B Mays, who
has been reading law under the
tutelage- of Hon. J. Wm. Thur
mond for come months past, went
to Columbia on yesterday to he
examined for adminsion to the
bar. We have no doubt but I hat
Mr. Mays ho8 passed a very credi
ble examination and has been du
ly commissioned to practice in all
of the courts of South Caroliua.
Abk Rane?me Timmerman
atout "Fewer Gallons; Wears
.The popular store of W. E.
Lynch & Co h is issued invitations
to the opening of Christmas and
holiday goods on to-morrow
(Thursday) evening from 7 to 9
o'clock. Mr. J. D. Holbt..-in, the
efficient manager, invites his pa
trons and the public generally to
the store to see the many beauti
ful things and not. for the
purpose of selling holiday goods,
for nothing wll b? sold during the
In writing of the multitude of
marriages that are almost daily'
occurring in Edgefield the Chron
icle and Advertiser scribes had
belter be careful in correcting any
slip of the pen or type that may
occur. A 200-pound Nebraska
girl was married the other day
and the editor of the local paper,
after racking his brains in an eff
ort to say something nice about
her called her tho "elegant bride."
Imagine his feelings when the pa
p?r came out calling her the "ele
Ask tho postmaster about "Fewer
Gallon's; Wears Longer."
The annual convocation of the
Mas ms of South Carolina, the
Grand Lodge, is now in session,
having convened iii the Masonic
Temple in Charleston at noon
yesterday. This is alwavs il yery
representative and dignified body,
being composed of the flower of
tho ordnr in South Carolina. The
railroads always grant reduced
rates and the local lodges are gen
erally represented with their full
quota of delegates. Concordia
lodge is represented by Worshipful
Master J. P. Ouzts, and 0. Shep
pard, Esq, the Nestor of Masonry
in South Carolina,is also in attend
ance, being a roomher of tho Grand
Lodge by virtue of being Past
The fire alarm on Thursday
evening last caused one's mind to
revert lo the rime when the obiq?
uilous "fire bugs" were on the
rampage in Edgefield. Soon
after supper it was discovered that
:he home of Mrs. Ida F. Sheppard
had caught from a stove flue. All
of the gentlemen of the house
weie in attendance upon the lodge
meeting' but the ladies, in their
characteristic, nevertheless very
effective way, gave the alarm. Mr.
J. J. Cain, the next door neighbor,
wa* on the spot as quickly and as
calm and collected as a city fire
laddy. and poured oil on the
troubled waters, cr rather we
should have Raid, poured watar on
th'- fire and '*outened"it at once.
Burring fio n -ives of the lady
folks, practically no damage was
done by t .? slight conflagration.
A large number of eil izens gather
ed promptly and were ready for
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
Our etock of Builders Hardware,
arpentera Toole aud a general
oe of Shelf Hardware is always
RAMSAY & JONES.
I offer for sa'e my residence
lat is now occupied hy Mrs S. A.
,'orrall. There are 17 acres of land,
i which there is a good residence,
irden, well, barn and stables and
vo servants houses, all in good
pair. For terms and furthur in
irmation apply to
A big stock of Blankets and
omforts at very reasonable prices
_C. E. MAY'S.
Onr prices are GUARANT
uality of goods considered.
Fever in the history of our ck
better line of clothing than v\
The styles both in ^UTS a
etter, and as for our prices tl
ny fii m. As for
BOYS SC fit
V e have the GE ATE ST
Priced from $2,00 to $6,50.
Ten per cent, discount on al
TH ery tliin
- The B
IV E have the GOODS and
During the last few months my tra
the History of
Surely There ii
Every effort ha? been made to get
the best ?I
? wish to say that I am very gr
that I shall always en
Come right along and let us sell y
' CLOTHING, SHOKS, ll
You Should S<
All the newest things in WOOL C
Organdies for the ball dresses 72 ii
Table Linens in very handsome
Spread your Xma^ dinner on one c
CLOTHING-I sell the famous
have eyer worn one of these SUITf
?jfiTSee them before buying.
SHOES-All kinds of shoes for a
time to buy shoes, and this is the \\
HATS--Evcrything that is new in HAT
NOTIONS-Our line of Notions such t
Suspenders is very complete.
ANY OF THE ABOVE MAR,
If there is anything in our line tba
to show you and will say that you are
cause you look.
Never before has there been
cha demand in Edgofield for
?rling silver, cut glass, etc., ns
ere ia now. This demand is be
g supplied by the progressive
m of Ramsey and Joni s. They
ive now in stock a large assort
ent of silverware in the richest
id handsomest designs' known to
e arc of the silversmith. The
ti st arrival at Mesrrs. Ramsey
id Jones' is a large aud very
lautitul assortment of cut glass
aich is now displayed. The pri
s are fully 25 per cent cheaper
au the same goods can be
night for in cities. Call at their
ore and abk to see it.
"Fiuallv, brethreu, farewell.
5 perfect, be cf good comfort, be
one 11 ind, live in peace ;and the
od of love and p^aco shall be
ith you"(IICor. 13, ll.),was the
xt of Rev. Geo. W. Davis' fare
ell sermon on San lay miming
st. This the last message to bis
5ck, to whom he has ilecluredtbe
bole oounoil of God for four
mrs, was a very earnest and ?rn
ressive one. In concluding as he
ide i.ll an affectionate farewell
1?re were many tear di mc ?ed
l'es. The service, especially the
osing scene, was very pathetic,
nmediately after this formal Be
rranee of the relation of pastor
id people, Mr. Davis left for the
onference which is in session in
reen vi Ho this week.
On the 18tn day of Decemb- r
503 the undersigned will make
pi lication unto ihe Judge of the
r?bate Court, at Edgefield South
aroliuM, for a final discharge asf
unrdian of the estates of Murria
ush. Clara Bush, Julia Bush,'
?lb rt Bush, Mary j. BuBh,Ceas rI
ncksuii and Squire .jackson.
g Mr. A. C. Hook aud Mr. F. A,
Robinson of the Robinson-Hook
Bleaching Co. are in town. Thev
are introducing a valuable prepa
ration known as tue Safe Washing
Fluid, which is Uo or three timed
cheaper than soap, "gold-dust" 01
washing powder and saves at least
half the labor. It takes out grease
and dirtjwhere everything else fails
E?ery family should have it be
cause of its cheapness and laboi
saving qualities. They will intro
duce it by giving free eamples.
We are in the business to plejsc
our regular customers, and make
new OIKS. If you buy anything
from us that is not perfectly satis
factory yon will do us a kindness
io let us know, so we can make it
C. E. MAY.
It is an easy matter to sell real
estate in Edgefield now, the laet
to change blands being the Dob
son house which was purchased
last week by Mr. A. L. Barker.
Early in the spring the new own
er will remodel aud greatly im
prove the place. Property near thu
site cf the new depot is in demand
and has been greatly enhanced in
value. Mr. Barker says that he
would not have purchased the
Dobson house had not the new de
pot been erected near it on Main
A full assortment of Tobaccos
and smoking goods can always bo
found here. The best five cents
cigar on earth can bo had at
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
R A N T E E
G WE SELL.
EED to be the LOWEST,
)thing business have we offer
e have for this season,
nd MATERIAL were never
ley cannot be approached by
LLUES ever o Ile red.
E & GO'S
itel y for*
the PR?C ES are RtGIIT.
ide has been larger than before in
s a Reason, for
the best, and lo sell the best for
atefuI for the support given, and
ideavor to please you.
011 a'l yon need in DRY GOODS,
[ATS, und NOTIONS.
3e Our Line of
ioODS are her?, and will be sure
:iches wide at ??Oets.
patterns at SOcts, 75c. and $1.00.
i "Superb" CLOTHING, If you
5 you will Wear no other.
ill kinds of people. Now is the
ilace. We guarantee satisfaction.
is Tics, Handkerchiefs, Doilies,Towels.
E NICE XMAS PRESENTS'
t you need we shall be very glad
; under no obligations no buy be
C E. MAY.
We ar? headquarters for
WHOLESALE and RETAI
lie Square. Our Brick War?
We are in business for bi
our existence here.
Remember That Yo
We wish the Farmers to
know that we arc ready to
supply them with SEED
OATS, both Home Raised
and-Texas Rust Proof. SEED
WHEAT Home Raised also
finest Virginia raised varie
For fattening Hogs
and feeding Cattle, we ofter
Ri 2e Flour at low Prices.
We are now closing out our
STOCK ot BAGGING and
SIES at Prices below the
Coffins and 1
Take Laxative Bro
Seven Million boxes sold in past 12
v S'. .V N X, v "v.
THE FARMERS "BANK
STATE AND COUNTY MPOS j! .
THE LARGEST AND STRONGEST BANK IN' E9GEP ~*
Paid up Capital.$ 58,000.00
Surplus and Undivided.Profits. 18,000.00
UJj Liability of Stockholders. 58,000.00
Protection to Depositors.f>..$134,000.00 '
Wc invite attention of ti.ose desiring a safe depositor j-^'or their money to the above
facts. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS BY SPECIAL CONTRACT.
Under provision of its charter this bank ig authorized to act as trustee, guard, an
administrator and executor, and to accept and execute trusts generally.
A. E. PADGETT, President ' T. H RAINiFJRD, Vice-Pre?.
J. L. CAUGHMAN, Cashier. W. H. HAULING, Awt-Caihler
Nothing l&e it in old EDGEFIELD.
You need the SHOES. We have the
GOODS and PRICES to suit you. Wear
well, flt nicely
give you Satisfaction.
Come to Headquarters
WE CLOTHE THEM ALL
OUR STOCK comprises all that is best in Wearing
Men, Women and Children
FOR THE/HIER WE H Jj VE
Stein-Bloch "Smart Clothes",Strouse & Bro. "High Art"
Clothes. Shirts, Hats, Neckwear, Etc.
FOU THE WOMEN W? H Jj VE
Tailor Suits, ilk and Flannel Waists^ Ready-to-Wear
Hats, Belts, Neckwear, Etc. ,>
FOR BOYS WE HAVE
Crescent Clothes for Boys, Junior Suits, Norfolk Suits,
?^^Give us a call when you come to Augusta.
844 Broad treet,
Augusta , Ga.
Our November Shipment
of Elkin Blankets is here.
They are made in the
South, of Southern "Wool
by honorable Southern men
. SOUTHERN PEOPLE.
They aie good for Rich People
better for Poor People and beat for ' ~
our Edgefield People. Como- to
We ara opening new goods in all Hues tfas week.
JAS. E. HART,
Get your Laundry in Tuesdays^
everything in our line in Edgefield. We sell both to th.
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
u Can Buy in Edgefield in Wholesale
lantities 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,
luise, Micaroni, Salt etc.
See our STOCK of Tobac
co-Chewing and smokings
and get our prices and youj
will buy from us.
HARDWARE OF ALL KINDS.
We have just received tar
Load Nails-Wire and u -
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,^ arriages,
Surreys, Harness and Hames
Undertakers GOODS in any
Lime and Cement.
ire a Cold in One Day
mo Quinine TaWet?. * ?vZ
monti?. This signature, ^.y^X^
In Two Days.