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? Edenfield Advertiser
i WEDNESDAY, JAN. 20,1904.
- FOR SALE: A number of very
fiue pigs. For price, etc., apply to
E. J, M IMS.
. Why go to the trouble and ex
pense of making cakes at home
when you can buy delightful fancy
crackers that are fresh at
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
"Joiuts'pain you this morning?''
Rheumacide will give you quick
relief. Ask your Druggist.
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING
When you take Grove's Tastete*? Chill
Tonic because the formula is plainly
printed on every bottle showing that
ititi simply Iron and Quinine ina
tasteless form. No cure no pay 50c.
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.
NIGHT WAS HER TERROR.
"I would cough nearly all night
loug," writes Mrs. Chas. Apple
gate, of Alexandria, Ind., "and
could hardly get any sloop. I bac
consumption so bad that if I
walked a block I wcuid cough
frightfully end spit blood, but,
when all other medicines failed,
three $1.00 bottles of Dr. King'B
New Discovery wholly cured me
and I gained 58 pounds." lt's ab
solutely guaranteed to cure Coughs
Colds, La Grippe, Bronchitis and
all Throat and Lung Troubles.
Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bot
tles free at
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
PHOTOGRAPHS IN LATEST FALL
AND WINTER STYLES
Bring the Children and aged rela
tives before wintei sets in.
jjpy Photographs fitted in Lockets
R. H. M IMS.
FRUIT TREES AND PLANTS
OF ALL KINDS.
Roses, Evergreens, Nut Bearing
Trees aud Plants for the Flower
Yard. Now is the time to order.
R. H. MIMS.
WORKING NIGHT AND DAY.
The busiest and mightiest little
thing that ever was msde is Dr.
King's New Life Pills. These pills
change weakness into strength,
liBtl?ssueas into energy, brain-fag
into mental power. They're won
derful in building up the health.
; L;;Ouly. 25c per box. Sold by
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
Just received a car load of "Old
Hickory" sud "Blue Grass" wagons
.and two-carloads of "Rock Hill"
j^a^d ^Hackney" buggies. We want
RAMSEY & JONES.
? . ..
Why-buy your fruit t?ees from
agents-people you never saw be
fore and never expect to tee again
and from nuiseries that do not
exist and pay two or three prices
for them-when you eau get any
thing you want from
Johnston, S. C.
The following are now ready foi
t?eliverv being thoroughly matured
before, being taken up :
Peaches, Pears, Plume, Apples,
Mulberries, Appricots, Paper Shell
Pecans, Japan Walnuts, Strawber
ries, Raspberries, Roses ar.d
Shrubbery. A postal card will get
. all the information you need as to
prices terms, etc.
Geo. F. Mims,
J THE AUGUSTA
J SAVINGS BANK.
(?i SOB Broad Street.
S W. ?. YOUNG, - - - P'itident
til T- G. WEIGHT.. - . - - Cashier
((( SAVINGS ACCOUTS SOLICITED
ll Interest Paid on Deposits.
Tr&c?lthy Kidneys Hake Impure Blood.
All the blood in your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
The kidneys are your
blood purifiers, they fil
ter out the waste or
impurities in the blood.
If they are sick or out
of order, they fail tb do
Pains, aches and rheu
matism come from ex
cess of uric acid in the
blood, due to neglected
_ Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
heart beats, and makes one feel as though
they had heart trouble, because the heart ls
?ver-worfcing jn jumping thicjCf kidney,
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
lt used to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
but new modern science proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their begin
ning in kidney trouble.
? If you are sick you can make no mistake
by first doctoriaK your kidneys. The mild
?and the exiraord nary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
?wamp-RiPot, the great kidney remedy ls
soon realized, lt stands the highest for its
wonderful cures'if the most distressing cases
and ls sold on its merits
by all druggists I a fifty
cent and one-dol lar siz
es. ; You may 1 tove a
sample bottle b]> mail Hocne of Sinunp-Boot
tree, also pamphlet telling you how to find
?ut if you have . sidney or dadder trouble.'
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Binghamton, N. Y. ''
Have You Seen George ?
We mean the liny little Shet
land Dony of Walter Cautelou
Mr. J. H. Cantelou pureha&ed a
pony from Mr. B. B. Wildon, the
dealer in horses aud MBICS who
has been in Edg'-field for some
days. It. ,vas ordered by telegram
from Lexington, Ky., and arrived
safe aod sound on Sunday after
uoou by express. "George'' for
that is his name, is but little larger
than a Newfoundland dog, weigh
ing less thao 300 pouuds. This
little,' wee bit of horse flpsh is a
great curiosity and is being envied
by every little boy who has seen it.
Large men like Bud Ruesell and
Supervisor Self could easily "tote"
Crosses of Honor Presented.
Ou yesterday the Daughters of
th * ?onfederai.y of Johnston held
a special meeting, to which ihe
public was iuvited, and presented
Crosses of Honor to ppveral gal
lant veterans. Rev. P. P. Blalock,
by special inyitation, delivered the
address on this occasion. We are
alwaysjmade glad when such recog
nition is taken of tho valuable ser
vices that were reudered to our
common southland by these sur
vivors, all of whom will soon pass
over the river. While we do not.
always put it into action, the
writer's first impulse on seeing one
of the Crosses of Honor is to raise
his hat to its wearer.
A New Bridge Needed.
Our city council-no longer town
council-could not spend the small
sum cf ten or fifteen dollars in any
better way than to enlarge the foot
bridge across the academy branch
Mesr the college. Now that the college
is occupied, more pedestrians cross
this bridge than any other in town.
Certainly it should be wide enough to
allow the students to pass over it with
out breaking their ranks as thej march
to church in columns of twos. When
two persons, coming from opposite
directions, eros.? the bridge at the same
time ou a dark night it is bard to avert
a head-on collision, lt is true that
mis bridare is not on one of the lead
ing boulevards of the city, but it is on
one which is travelled, dny pupils and
boarders lauded, by more people
than any otner, consequently a s m nil
outlay would greatly add to the con
venience of a great number.
Conducted Three Services.
Pursuant to announcement Rev.
John Lake conducted three servi
ces ou Sunday afternoon last.
First, at the Methodist church at
two o'clock which was attended by
seventeen bright boys and to'whom
Mr. Lake Bpoke as be only can
speak to boys. At three o'clock
he addressed an assemblage of
forty-odJ men ct the Presbyterian
church. Fully half a dozen other
gentlemen made very earnest short
talks. At the conclusion of these
a short business session was held,
A new county Y. M. C. A. commit
tee, composed of gentlemen from
every section of the county, was
elected to serve for the ensuing
seven years. W hilo no money ic
to be raised, nor is a secretary to
be put in the field, yet the old
organization can be maintained
and its charter , kept in force-iy
having th? commiitee regularly
elected as was done on Sunday
afternoon. Again at the Baptist
church at four o'clock Mr. Lake
addressed a large audience com
posed of ladies and gentlemen
I from Edgefield, Trootou, Johnston,
Antioch, MeetiDg Street and other
phices. These meetings wer'? very
h.3piring and helpful.
A Farewell Service.
On Sunday evening last there was
gathered in the Bap^int church one of
t he largest congregations that has ever
assembled in Kdgetield, the occasion
being the bidding of an affectionate
farewell to Rev. John Lake who is
soon to depart as a r..iss?onary lo
ellina to carry the glad tidings of the
Gospel of Peace. A more solemn,
pathetic and impressive servioe has
never been held in this cemmunity.
Tte affectionate good-byes that were
said by Revs T. P. Burgess, P. P. Bla
lock, C. E Burti and Mr. Orlando
Sheppard, all of which were expressed
in language so beautiful, tender and
touching, brought tears to the eyes of
not only scores of sympathetic wemen
but to dozens of sturdy, stalwart men.
The climax was readied when Rev.
Mr. Lake arose and with husky toice
and quiveringlip?delivered a parting
message to those whom he has knowti
and loved from bin earliest yot tb. All
who were present were profoundly
impressed with what was seen and
heard, having thoughts crowd their
minds and emotions fill their souls,
such as they had never before exper
ienced. Surely there was great re
joicing: among the heavenly hosts over
such a scene! After the song "Blest be
the Tie that Binds" was sung and the
benediction pronounced, the vast audi
ence moved forward as one person to
KT! sp the hand of ihe beloved John
Lake, bidding bim God-speed and in
voking Heaven's richest blowings
upon him und the labor of his hands.
Would that his Godly father, saintly
mother and consecrated brothers and
sisters could have been present on this
occasion I The thrill of joy which
would have tilled their hearts on Sun
day evening-akin, we must believe, to
that which tney will experience on
-entering the Pearly Gates-would
have, in a measure, compensated for
the sacrifice that will be entailed by
the long months and years of separa
tion from their loved one
Letter to M. P. Vf ELLS,
EDQKFIKLD, S. C.
Dear Sir : We suspect you'd like the
tale, how a woman beat two hardware
dealers in Girard, Pa.
We tried our best to get those men
to sell Devoe lead-and-zinc in that
bright town; and failed. Reluctantly
took Mrs. E. R. Bowman, druggist.
They said they couldn't sell paint for
more than $1.25 a gallon. Mrs. Bow
man ein. She has sold about all the
paint, that has been sold there since.
She knew Devoe; had sold our art
ists' materials. Had some sense and
force, beeides; she easily learned that
cheap is dear in paint, and told the
Mr. Burt Young bought a gallon
Devoe for rooms that had always taken
a gallon of other paint; had half left.
Mr. i0, H. Hiler, jeweler, painted De
yop, and Heys it goes further-no parti
Mr. John Hanna, grocer, thought it
expensive before he bought it; brought
back nearly half of his paint, and ?aid
it was the cheapest job be ever bad.
Mrs. Bowman reports universal
satisfaction. So much for the oheap
paint town with a bright woman in it.
F. VV. DBVOB.
34 New York,
THE EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE Co.
;#Iu order not to csrry over a
Cloak or Cape, w? have d? cid^d to
sell the remainder of our Stock at
^reduction of 25 per cent.
Legal blanks of all kinds for
sale at the ADVERTISER office.
Orango trees have ceased to
bloom for a time in Edgefield.
According to Bradstreet 80 per
ceut of the merchants who fail
have failed tu advertise.
Ho;i. John Gary EvaDS spent
Saturday and Sunday last with
his mother, Mrs. Victoria Evans.
Bring us your lauudry. We re
present the famous Charlotte
C. E. MAY.
Mr. B. L. JoneB has gone to th*
very h?artof the stock raisiug SP
tiou of the wost to buy horses and
mules for the Edgofield people.
Mrs. E. C. Wiuu returned on
Saturday last after a fortnight's
stay with Mr. and Mrs. Evan
Cochran of the Rehoboth section.
Married by Rev. P. P. Blalock,
on January the 12th, at the resi
dence of the officiating minister,
Mr. John Bryan and Misa Leila
Br-ys Suits 8 to lo years at a re
duction of 25 per cent.
C. E. MAY.
Mr.'B. Timraonr. has been spend
ing several days in Columbia OD
busiuess incident to opening hip
nnw drug and grocery busiuesB on
February the 1st.
Mrs. W. D. Ready, accompanied
by her bright little children, has
been spending several days at the
homes of Mr. and Mrs. John B.
Hill aud Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Mims.
Yesterday was the au?iverBary.
of the birth of Gen. Robert E. Lee
aud was a state holiday. It was
observed with appropriate ceremo
nies in many sections of the state.
A very beautiful marble tomb
stone baa recently been erected
over the grave of Mrs. Tallulah
Butler Mime by ber devoted hus
band and affectionate daughters.
Heinz's celebrated Dressings and
Pickles, both iu bottles aud iu bulk
TEE PENN DRUG STORE.
Dr. J. G. Tompkins is having
the Gwaltney property in Buu
comb, which he purchased some
time apo, repaired and improved
g9nefally. As soon as the work is
completed be will move iuto it.
What is Edgefield going to do
about the amount ebe is expected
to contribute to the Hampton
monument fund ? Some of the
counties have raised the amounts
asked of them. In Anderson a
colored man contributed the Bum
?X$2. _ ....
A large supply of School Books
always on hand at reasonable
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
Mr. 0. E. May has purchased of
0. Sheppard, E?q., the place at
which Mrs. S. A. Morral! resides.
Ho will be given possession as soon
as Mrs. Morrall removes to the
houpe that is now occupied by Dr.
J. G. Tompkins.
The old farmers say look for a
good crop year aftor a hard winter.
If tbat be true, when the rrops of
1904 are harvested new and larger
cotton houseH (hardly new barus
and cribs) will have to be erected
to meet the needs of tho farmers.
Ladies Cloaks and Capes, M issn*
Cloaks and Bo^s Suits will be sold
at a reductiou of 25 per cent at
C.. E. MAY'S.
A fact of note is Mr. S. J. Wat
son's faithfulness as Superinten
dant of the Baptist Sunday school.
He has been present every Sunday
for ten years. His example) is cer
tainly worthy of emulation and
should arouse other Sunday school
workers to their duty.-Johnston
Mrs. Ina Holland will move in
town in the spring and open a
boarding house. She has rented
from M. P. Wells, Esq , the house
on Main ?treet that is at present
occupied by Mr. and Mrs. John H.
May and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Bar
ker who will move into the Dobson
house after it has been thorough
Mrs. Virgiuia Corley, who has
in the past been a member of Gil
gal, united ky letter with the
Edgefield Baptist church on Sun
day morning last. Misses Corra
Poore and Sophie Dobson also pre
sented themselves as candidates
for baptis'n. The ordinance "will
be administered at au early day,
after which they will be received
into the full fellowship of the
'What is more delightful for
breakfast or supper than Pickled
Pigs'Feet. We have them.
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
. To what extent wheat and oats
are damaged is purely a matter of
speculation. Some good farmers
say that the grain hae been only
slightly injured by the coutiuued
cold, while others, who are equally
as observant, say that the damage
is very great. Generally speaking,
the old grain is intact but that
which wa? sown late has been
greatly thitned out.
We confidently biliove that God
will use bis faithful servant, in
the person of Rev. Marvin Auld,
to do a great work here in Edge
field. Notwithstanding tho fact
that he has beeu among ns only n
few weekp, everybody, irrespective
of church membership, speaks very
kindly and endearingly of him.
We trubl and believe ibat he will
grow in the affections of our peo*
pie-all oi our people,
The Cotillion club will give a
dance in the new Tompkins build
ing on Friday eveuiug.
Mr. B. R. Tillman, Jr., made a
hurrind business trip to Edgefield
last week. Mrs. Tillman remain
ed in Washington.
The Union meeting of the first
division of the Edgefield Baptii-t
Association will, meet with the
Edgefield church on Saturday be
fore the 5th Sunday in January.
Large stock of Trunks, Valises,
Rugs, Lap Robes, Etc. Get our
RAMSEY & JONES.
By mutual consent the medical
firm of Butler & Patterson bas
beeu dissolved. Ibeir personal
and professional relations remain
as cordial as ever.
Miss Rosa Strom, of th? Cleora
section, who made so many lasting
friends while a resident, of our
town, has bpeu speudiug several
davs at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
A large assortment of garden
seed just received direct from the
celebrated Buist farms.
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
Mr. James A. Holland has been
spending some d?ys at the home
of Mr. W. W. Owdom, of Paynes,
Saluda county, a?eieting in nurs
ing the lattei'e sou who bas been
very ill with pneumonia.
Rev. C. E. Burts, on Suuday
morning last in his very able ser
mon to young men, said: "This
is a gambling age. This sin is
the bane of the times. Men wish
to get something for which they
give nothing." True, true.
Senator J. C. Sheppard, Solici
tor J. Wm. Thurmond, Represen
tatives Rainsford and DeVore re
turned to their respective homes
from Columbia on Saturday last,
and, as the Jegislalure did not re
convene lill to-day, they remained
We have a few Blankets and
Comforts left. It will pay you to
get our prices before you buy.
C. E. MAY.
The new depot has been com
pleted and the necessary tracks
will be laid this week. Mr. G. J.
Derrick, the popular agent, expects
to occupy the depot in about a
wee?:. Had it not been for the
delny in extending the track he
would already bo in the hanlsome
The members of The Kew Cen
tniy Club of Johnston will co
operate with the town council,
givmgvery matprial aid in beauti
fying the ground? around the
Johnston Institute. What aro the
Edgefield ladies going to do about
beautifying the college grounds ?
Suppose the members of the Auf
Wiedersehen club take the initia
tive step. '
Capt. N. G. Evaus went on a
deer hunt last wesk with a party
of frieuds. Heretofom Capt.
Evans has had fisherman's luck
on his deer hunts, but this time
the Fates were with him and he
bugged two very fine bucks. They
were killed ou Rn island about
fifteen miles ont from Port Royal.
He is also gaining ?ame RB a duck
shooter and bids fair lo rival Ex
Presiden". Cleveland iu this latter
We have in stock a full line of
Tron, Enameled and Brass Beds,
with Spring t? fit.
IVAMSEY & JONES.
Dr. E. S. Adams left last week,
alter a pleasant visit to relatives .
and friends in our town and couu
ty, for his far-awav home in Texas.
Dr. Adams is a very intelligent
gentlemen and a most interesting
conversationalist. While here new
acquaintances were made and new
ties formed for old Edgefield, and
there were many who bad never
known him bo.orebut who regrett
ed his departure as did the friends
of his boyhood days.
THE LADIES favor painting their
churches, and therefore we urge every
Minister toremeniber we given liberal
quantity of the Longman & Martinez
Paint toward the painting.
Wears and covers like gold.
Don't pay $1.50 a gallon for Linseed
Oil (worth 60 cents) which you do
when you buy other paints in a can
with a paint label on it.
8 & 6 make 14, therefore when you
want fourteen gallons of paint, buy
only eight of L & M, and mix six gal
lons pure Linseed Oil with it, and thus
get paint at less than $1.20 per gallon.
Many houses > re weil painted with
four gallons of L ?fe M and three gal
lons of Linseed Oil mixed therewith.
These Celebrated Paints are sold
by THE PENN DRUG STORE.
Are You Insured?
I am still writing Insurance for
the New York Lifo Insurance Com
pany, one of the Strongest Com
panies in the world and one whose
contracts are very liberal. In the
recent Iroquois theatre disaster of
Chicugo 595 persons lost their
lives, of whom 19 were wise enough
Lo carry insurance aggregating
$40,000 in the New York Life and
their estates have already been
paid. This disaster furnishes a
startling demonstration of the
widespread necessity of IMMEDI
ATE insurance for men and
women. Let me insure you. My
rates are very reasonable.
JAMES T. MIMS.
A case came to light that for
persistent aud unmerciful torture
has perhaps never been equaled.
Joe Golobick of Colusa, Calif,
writce. "For 10 yearB I endured
iusufferable pain from Rheuma
tism and nothing relieved me
though I tried everything known.
I came across Electric Bitters and
it's the g.ieat<igt medicine eu earth
for that trouble. A few bottles of
it completely relieved and cured
me." Juflt as good for Liver aud
Kidney troubles and general de
bility. Only 50c. Satisfaction
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
Fewer galloas; wears longer; Devoe.
! New Regulations.
Now that Col. Bailey has the
sfudents constantly under his eyes,
which are as penetrating and
searching as an eagle's, he will
tifcht&u the reins a little, making
of the S. C. C. I., a military school
in the fullest, sense of the term'.
In future the boys will not be
allowed upon the streets in civil
ian .attire but must be in full
uniform. This u> a gocd regula
tion for two reasons. It will ad
vertise the Behool ro stranger.*
within our gates who will per
chance Bee the attractive uniforms,
then, too, it requires the rich and
the poor boy to dress alike and the
latter will not feel abashed be
cause he cannot appear as well in
public as other students. Col.
Bailey, who ie ever aggressive and
alert, eau be relied upou to inau
gurate changes and improvements
from time to time that will cause
the school to grow aud widen its
sphere of usefulnesp, and thal, will
cause it to become even a greater
factor in the material develop
ment of Edgefield.
What we have lu ft in Misses
Clonks will be sold at a reduction
of 25 per cont
C, E. MAY.
Why go off to
a Business College
When tbe S. C. C. I. ie here!
WE are now able to offer you a
complete Business Course in your
own town. .
Our business Department is con
ducted by a teacher who is a
graduate of two of the best BUB?
uess Collegee in the south and has
had eight years experience in ac
Let that boy or girl take a course
in Book-keeping or short-band; it
may mean money to them in years
Do they write a good hand! If
noVlet them take a course in spe
c?^p"enman?hip from now until
You may not have this chance
near you again soon.
For terms applv to
F. N. K. BAILEY,
P. S. If you are behiud in figures
join our night class in Business
Money To Loan
NOW is the time to
make arrangements for
the year's business. I
loan money at EIGHT
per cent for five years and
longer. You can get the
money from me to buy
your supplies, or for any
other purpose, if you
have improved town or
farm property to offer as
security. I require no
WM. P. CALHOUN,
Edgefield, S. C.
NO PITY SHOWN.
"Foryears fate was after me con
tinuously" writes F. A. Gu.ledge,;
Verbena, Ala. ,4I had a terrible
case of Piles causing 24 tumors.j
Wheu all failed Bucklen'a Arnica;
Salve cured me. Equally good
for Burns and all aches and paine.
Only 25c at ' J
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
Notice to Creditors.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, )
EDGEFIELD COUNTY. \
In the Probate Court. \
Albert P. Lott, et. al, Plantiff.
Mrs. M. A.Lott, et. al., Defendants.
ON reading and filing the Complaint
in the above entitled action and on
motion of Sheppard Bros., Plaintiffs'
attorneys, ir. is ordered, that all and
singular the creditors of the estate of
Wiilia.n Lott, deceased, be, und they
are hereby required, to make proof of
their claims before the Probate Judge
for Edgefield County,.at his office in
the town of Edgefield, in said State, on
or before the 28th day of January A,
D. 1904, or else be debarred payment
* J. D. ALLEN,
Dec. 31,1903. Probate Judge, E. C.
Real Estate Agency. 1
I take this means of announce
iug to my friends and the publie
generally that I have establishea
a Real Estate Ageucy in couuecj
tion with my insuranoe business*
Have you any real estate th?
you wish to convert into cash, o
heve you any cash that wish t
invest in Real Estate ? Make y< u
wants knowu tn and 1 cnn ae
All busine3H eiistrustod to tm
will receive my personal attention
A share of your patronage ii
?. A. GRIFFIN, i
\Ve sell the celebrated Sweet Orr
& Co. Overalls none better.
List of letters remaining in the
Poetoffice at Edgefield Jau. 2nd,
Miss Ella Bland, Mrs. Savaner
Gray, E. M. Hays, Mrs. Lillie
Seavens, William Washington.
Rev. J. S. Beasley, tho pr&siding
elder of the Columbia district,
preached at Johnston on Sunday
morning and came to Edgefield in
the afternoon, accompanied by
Rev. W. S.-Martin. On Sunday
evening the ^presiding elder, who
is a deeply pious man and an
earnest and [forceful speaker,
preached in our Methodist church.
The firiit Quarterly Conference wa&
held on Monday, at which all busi
ness pertaining to the work in the
Edgefield circuit was transacted.
A Surprise Marriage.
Edgefield was grea'ly surprised
on Wednesday afternoon last when
it was reported that another mar
riage had occured. Mr. Jcseph M.
Kinard, who is in business at Bam
berg, and Miss Fannie John Marsh, |
one of Edgefield's most beautiful
v ?ung women, were mumed at the
Presbyterian manse, by Rev. T. P.
Burgees. Mr. and Mrs. Kiuurd
will make their borne at Bamberg.
They carry with them the blessings
aud good wishes of their Edgefield
The walking sick, what
a crowd of them, there are:
Persons who are thin and
weak but not sick enough
to go to bed.
"Chronic cases" that's
what the doctors call them,
which in common English
To stop the continued
loss of flesh they need
Scott's Emulsion. For the
feeling of weakness they
need Scott's Emulsion.
It makes new flesh and
gives new life to the weak
Scott's Emulsion gets
thin and weak persons out
of the rut. It makes new,
rich blood, strengthens the
nerves and gives appetite
for ordinary food.
Scott's Emulsion can be
taken as long as sickness
iasts and do good all the
There's new strength
and flesh in every dose.
We will be glad
to send you a few
Be sure that this picture in
the form of a label is on the
wrapper of every bottle of
Emulsion you buy.
SCOTT & BOWNE,
409 Pearl St., N. Y.
50c. and $1 : all druggists.
If you have a sick type
writer consult Dr. Gibbes.
If you want to buy a
new typewriter, or ex
change your old one, con
J., WILSON GIBBES.
Office Supplies, Rubber
1334 Main St, Columbia, S. C.
THE FARMERB BANK
OF EDGEFIELD S. c.,
STATE AND COUNTY MPOS ICY
THE LARGEST AMD STRONGEST BANK IN EDGEF 'V* -" N
Paid up Capital.$ 58,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits. 18,000.00
Liability of Stockholders. 58,000.00
Protection to Depositors.$134,000.00
We invite attention of those desiring a safe depository?for their money tb the abor?
facts. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS BY SPECIAL CONTRACT.
Under provision of its charter this bank is authorized to act aa trastee,? guardi as
administrator and executor, and to accept ano execute trusts generally.
A. E. PADGETT, President T. H RAINSFORD, Vice-Pre
J. L. CAUGHMAN, Cashier. W. H. HARLING, Aiit.-Cashi .
There ie DO _eed o? wearing your Lungs out, when you
can a bottle of
MURRA Y'S HOREEO UND, MULLIEN AND TAR.
A few doses of this Household Remedy will give imme
relief. A positive cure for INFLUENZA, BRONCHI
TIS AND DISEASES, OF THROAT, ANTI-SPAS
MODIC IN CROUP.
-PUT UP BY
THE MURRAY DRUG CO.,
COLUMBIA, S. C. '
HEADQUARTERS for vehicles of all
kind, FARM WAGONS from one to four
horse. Columbus, Cincinnati and other
grades of BUGGIES, SURRIES, ETC.
Babcock's fine and unexcelled Buggies,
Carriages, Stanhopes, Cabriolets are the
best in the United States for the money...
Masbury's superior house paint.
H. H. COSKERY,
Sole Distributing Agents.
749 751 Broad St.. Augusta, Ga,
W. J. Rutherford & Co
_AND DEALER IN^_Vj
Cement, Plaste?, Hair, Fire Brick, Fire Clay,
1 Ready Roofing and other Material.
Write Us For Prices.
Corner Reynolds and Washington Streets,
CLOAKS AT COST
For the next 30 days I will sell the balance of
my stock of
MISSES' AND LADIES' CLOAKS
at cost. No goods in this line charged at cost,
I am offering some RARE BARGAINS in
COMFORTS, BLANKETS, WOOLEN
DRESS GOODS, WALK-OVER SHOES ! ! !
A full line of these goods just received, also
a nice line of Zeigler's Footwear, positively
fresh from the hands of the makers, having been
made since November the ist 1903.
JAS. E. HART.
"Get your Laundry in Tuesdays^