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WEDNESDAY, FEB. 24, 19U4.
FORSALE: A number of very
fine pjga. For price, etc.. apply to
E. J. MIMS.
'.Give your blood a cleaning."
Rheumacide clears ont all the im
purities that make you ill. Ask
Boys Suits 8 to 15 years at a re
duction of 25 per cent.
C. E. MAY.
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 PRUG STORE.
END OF BITTER FIGHT.
"Two physicians had a long and
stubborn fight with an abcosB on
my right lung" writes J. F. Hughes
of DuPont, Ga. "and gave me up.
Everybody thought my time had
come. As a last resort I tried Dr.
King's New Discovery for Con
sumption. The benefit I received
was striking and I was on on my
feet io a few days. Now I've en
tirely regained my hoe! th." It con
quers all Coughs, Colds and Throat
aud Lung troubles. Guaranteed
by The Pe un Drug Store. Price
50o, and $1.00. Trial bottles free.
Geo. F. Mims,
-V In order not to carry over a)
Cloak or Cape, we have decided to
sell the remainder of our Stock at |
a reduction of 25 per cent.
C. E. MAY.
Just received a car load of "Old
; Hickory" and "Blue Grass" wagous
and two car loads of "Rock Hill"
and "Hackney" buggies. We want
to Bell you.
* , RAMSEY & JONES.
The startling announcement
that a preventive of suicide bad
been discovered will interest mauy
A run down system, or despon
dency invariably precede suicide
and something has been found
that will prevent that condition
which makes suicide likely. At \
the first, thought of self dentruc-j
tion take Electric Bitters. It be
ing a great touic and nervine will
strengthen the nerves aud build
up th? system. li's also a great
Stomach, Liver and Kidney r^gu
lalor. Only 50c. 'Satisfaction!
guarautepd by The Fenn Drug j
We sell the celebrated*" Sweet Orr |
& Co. Overalls none better.
"- ' C. E. MAY.
large supply of School Books
Iways on. hand at reasonable!
THE PENN DBUG STORE.
FOR SALE: Ten cr fifteen
pig* and shotes, from $1.75 to
$2.00 each. Aj.ply to F. N. K
What we have left in Missen
Cloaks will be sold at a reduction
of 25 per cent
C. E. MAY.
Young meD, come to our store
for fresh candy for your lady love.
Ti M M ON s BROS.
What is more delightful for
breakfast or supper than Pickled
Pigs' Feet. We have them.
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
PHOTOGRAPHS IN LATEST FALL
AND WINTER STYLES
Bring the Children and aged rela
tives before wintet sets in.
^^Photographs fitted in Lockets
R. H. il IMS.
Ladies Cloaks and Capes, Missos
Cloaks and Boys Suits will be sold
at a reduction of 25 per ceut at
C. E. MAY'S.
Just received 3 car loads of corn,
4 car loads of flour, 1 car load of
meat and 2 car loads of meal.
THE EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
I have a thorough-bred Jeisey
bull. Send your cows to my lot.
A fee of $2.00 Will bc charged tu
A. B. COVAR,
Edgefield, S. C.
1805 Broad Street.
W. B. YOUNG, - - - P'ssident
J. G. WfilGLE, - ... Cashier
SAVINGS ACCOUTS SOLICITED
Interest Paid ou Deposits.
FRUIT TREES AND PLANTS
OF ALL KIND?.
Roses, Evergreens, Nut Beariug
Trees and Plants for the Flower
Yard. Now is the time to order.
R. H. MIMS.
"Safe" Washing Fluid.
I haye purchased the formula
and county right for the Safe
Washing Fluid, aud desire to sell
township rights. This is the best
preparation on the market. No
trouble to sell family rights. Call
in person or write me at once be
fore all townships are sold.
C. N: DORN,
Ceisstia, S. C.
Grand Jury l'or 1004.
J.E.Hamilton, J. J.Holland,
W. R.Hollidav. S. B Strom, J.
M. Mays, R. "W. Powell, J. H.
Johnson, Geo. B. Reynolds, Bob
Stillwell, W. P. Parks, 0. W.
Wright, J. 0. Seigler.
HELD OVER FROM LAST YEAR
W. D. Turner, W.H. Briggs, Jr.,
T. P. Morgan, J. D, Cornett, W.
Sweariugen, Ed Cullum.
Petit Jury, First Week March
John Adams. W. B. McKinney,
C. L. Widemau, J. D. Timmer
m?tt, Ed (Jallison, Dave Strother,
G. T. Swearin?en, Joseph S. Smith,
C. H. B. Williams, T. P. Salter,
S. W. Miller, W. L. Nicholson, J.
N. Smith," M. A. Mims, J. G.
Hughey, O.D. White, J. D. White,
S. T. Blackwell, J. H. Allen. J. R.
Williams, R. M. Johnson, W. L
Tiramerman, J. H. Parkman, S.
B. Hoghes, D. M. Glover, Geo.
Rearden, Geo. Reynolds, P. B.
Thomas, Milton H. Talbert, T. J.
Taylor, J. H. Harmon, F. A. Wal
ker, H. A. Smith, J. W. Crim. Sr.,
J. C. Robertson, 0. A. Long.
Talented Yo un gr Ladies.
The three verv beautiful and
talented youug ladies, Misses Lylei
LaGrone, Nina and Andrii.a Ouzts,
from Johuston, took very promi
nent parts in the entertainment
that wa6 given by the Presbyterian
ladies Miss LaGrone captivated
the large audience by the two re
citations in negro dialect, it beiug
evident that she was a very gifted
elocutionist. Misses Nina and
Andrina Ouzts, both of w"hom aro
musiciaus possessed of a very high
order of talent, have been gener
ously complimented upon the
beautiful manner in which they
rendered the iustrucieutat duet.
All of these talented young ladies
were encored vociferously, Tohn
ston is justly proud of them.
The Presbyterian ladies know
no such words as failure in what
they unde:take. The entertain
ment of Friday evening laBt, like
all former ones giveu by them, was
a great success. Despite the low
ering clouds and falling rain, a
large audience assembled and
every number of the programme
was charmingly rendered. Noth
ing could have' been improved
upon. And a more delighted and
thoroughly satisfied audience we
have neyer seeu. It is a privilege
as well as pleasure to attend such
[entertainments as are arranged by
these gor d ladies. Notwithstand
ing the inclemency of the weather
thu snug sum of $45:35 was raised
for the fund for remodelling the
Presbyterian church. Their friends
generally rejoice wi'b them in ibis
Young Wife Taken.
-All deaths are, as a matter of
course, inexpressibly sad, but the
taking of a gentle, loving young
.wiXe.;fr.om the side of a devoted
young husband ie- peculiarly sad.
Such a dispensai iou of providence
has been visited upon a happy
McCormick home. On Saturday
evening last Mrs. Fuller, tbs wife
of Dr. R. M. Fuller, breathed her
last. She wat- before her marriage
the lovable and lovely Miss Lura
Reynolds, a daughter of Mr. E. S.
Reynolds, of LongmireF, and a
sister of Mrs. A. E. Padgett of our
own community. This . sweet
spirited aud kind hearted Chris
tian woman was greatly beloved
by a large circle of friends, botb
in the community where she spent
the happy days of her .girlhood
and at her adopted home, McCor
mick. The ADVERTISER unites
with the host friends in extending
profound sympathy to the grief
stricken loved oues in this ead
The interment took place on
Monday at Bethany church, the
luneta] being conducted by Rev.
G. H. Burton, the pastor of the
A Music Club Needed.
Some of the ladies of our town
who possess very decided musical
talent have wisely begun the agi
tation of the matter of organizing
a Music Club. It would be diffi
cult indeed to find a town of equal
size that has within its borders a
greater number of people who are
endowed with . talent for music
than has our own quiet little city.
Yet with many this talent ?B dor
mant, and it is for its development
that the proposed club is to be
organized. The coming together
at stated times ol those whom ua
ture bas made sweet singers and
gifted performers upon various in
struments will be an iucintive aud
stimulus that will result in the
development of the hitherto latent
powers. By all means ht such a
club b? organized. It is the need
of the hour. All who aro inter
ested and who wish to joiu the club
are cordially invited to meot at
tho hospitable home of Mr. and |
Mrs. Jas. M. Cobb at 8 o'clock on
Thursday evening next.
Two Great Corporations
Each With a Big Soul
Notwithstanding the almost In
calculable losses-almost a mil
lion of dollars-of. the Liverpool
& Loudon and Globe Fire Insu
rance Company by the terribie
Baltimore fire, the great aud be
nevolent Co. at once donated
$10 000 for the relief of the Balti
more sufferers. And then comes
the New York Life Insurance
Company with equal humanity,
and offers to loan its policy hold
ers of Baltimore two and a half
million dollarB at per cent. Is
this not protection ? Is is not
broad humanity. Is it not soul ?
JAMES.T. MIMS, Agent.
FOR SALE: I offer for sale
the four-year-old bay mare which
I recently purchased from Mr. J.
H. P. Roper. Price very reason
able. Apply to rae at the College.
J. F. ENTZMINGER.
We publish this week tbe names
of the grand jurors, and the petit
jury for the first week of the March
term of court.
. Read the new locals of the en
terprising Timmons Bros. Thes^
gentlemen mean business, .aud
they are already getting business.
Married, by Rev. J, P. Mealing,
on February the 2nd, Mr. John
Roper and Miss Mattie Thurmond,
at the residence of the officiating
.mi u inter.
Just received and coming 2 car
loads of nailB and barbed wire.
THE EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE Co.
Monday, tho anniversary of
Washington's birthday, w?s cele;
brated wttb. becoming ceremony al
the college by the faculty and
Misses Eva Wates and Carrie
Buseey spent Saturday and Sun
day last with the aunt of tho for
mer, Mrs. Henry Forrest, who re
sides near Wards.
FreBh Drugs of all kinds can be
had at our store at very reasonable
Miss Hattie Newsora, who is so
greatly beloved by all -of the pu
pils in her department, spent
Saturday and Suuday last with
her pa rent s in Williston.
All of the ladies of our towu wbo
are interested in the great tem
perance movement are requested
to meek at the home of Mrs. W. B.
Cogburn on next Monday after
noon at i o'clock. Every lady in
Edgefield should be tbere.
Mrs. Ada Unruh, who is a very
eloquent aud gifted woman deliv
ered a very, stirriug address on
Temperance in the college audi
torium on Thursday evening last.
It is to be hoped that the Edge
field ladies will take bold of the
work in earnest.
Heinz's celebrated Dressings and
Pickles, both in bottles aud iu bulk
TEE "PENN DRUG STORE.
Tbe latest iutelligenco from
Judge W.T. Gary, of Augusta, who
has been very ill* for several weeks,
is that be is at death's door and
vpry little hope is entertained for
his recovery. This causes hie
Edgefield friends genuine, sorrow.
On Suuday eveniug text the
union semen, participated iii by
the resident, pastors and m^m I tern
of all of the churches, will be held
in the Presbyterian church. Rev.
C. E. Burts will preach on ibis
The garden seed which were
sent us by Seuator Latimer. for
.distribution -wero-all given out
some days ago, and yet we still
have calls for them. We regret
thac the supply was vol great
enough to furnish every caller
with a package.
As soi n as the ground is dry
enough there should be some good
work do ie in the gardens. By all
odds don't forget this important
adjunct of every well regulated
home, even if cotton goes to points
that have uever been reached be
Bring us your laundry. We re
present the famous Charlotte
A country paper leJis of two
little boys who asked their mother
if they might play store in tbe
dining room. "Yes," she replied
''if you don't make much noise.''
"We'll be quiet about it mom,"
said one. "We'll be storekeepers
that don't advertise."
The annual sermon before the
memersb of Butler Lodge I. 0. 0.
F., will be preached by the chap
lain, Rev. T. P. Burgess, on the
evening of the 1st Sunday in
March, in the Presbyterian church.
The members of the order will
attend in a body.
We want to fill your Prescrip
tions. Only fresh drugs are used.
Our prices are right.
Edgefield hae quite a number of
merchantb who also have farming
interests, the latest farmer-mer
chant being Mr. C. E. May. Pie
has moved to the place where Mrs.
Morrall formerly lived, and will
grow some fifteen cents cotton
upou the farm adjoining. We wish
him big luck.
Mr. W. H. Turner left on Mon
day for his usual spring trip to
New York to purchase a large stock
of merchandise. The ladies of
Edgefield and vicinity know what
good judgmeut and exquisite
taste Mr. Turner has, and they ex
pect to see some very beautiful
goods soon at the Comer Store. It
is safe to say that they will not be
disappointed. The prices will be
Hon. U. X. Gunter, our brilliant
young Attorney-General, when
elected to office last year, selected
as one of the young ladies employ
ed in the engrossing department
Misa Susie Boone, of Edgefield
county, and one of Horse Creek
Valley girls, and who was an em
ploye in acotton mill. Mr. Brad
ley, chief of the department in
which Miss Boone is at work,
tells me that she is one of the
most faithful and efficient young
ladies in the room, and does her
work rapidly, accurately and thor
oughly. Miss Boone's appointment
was to have expired a week be
fore the legislature adjourned, but
when Geu. Gunter was made ac
quainted with the fact, be ordered
that she be retained until final ad
journment of that body.-Horst
Creek Valley News.
For tho best smoke in (own goto
Mrs. D. T. Ouzis, ol Johnston,
accompanied Mrs. AdaUnrub, the
temperance lecturer, to Edgefield.
You counot, in any given case,
by any sudden and single effort,
will to be true, if the habit of your
life hos been insincerity.-Select
The payment of one dollar road
lax expires on the first day of
March. Those who wish tc pay
this tax had better 'attend to it in
We have a complete lino of
Fancy and Staple Groceries. Try
our Teas and Cutlers aud you will
always use I hem.
- Ti M MON s BRJS.
Dr. J. G. Tompkins movea last
week to the Gwaltuey place in
Buncombe and Mrs. S. A. Mbrrall
moved into the usa vacated by
Rev. P. P. Bia \ was prevent
ed from filling 1 regular third
Sunday appointn at Gilgal on
account of the hem rain that fell
during the entire day.
On seeing the pyramid of beauti
ful handkerchiefs in Mr. C. E.
May's window, priced at only five
cenls, ono can scarcely realize that
the priie of cottou is way up in
An oxcbange says that blue birds
have made their appearance and
many regard (heir coming as sn
evidence that the winter is over,
the ground hog aud Mr. Hicki to
the contrary notwithstanding.
We have a few Blankets and
Comforts left. It will pay you to
get our prices before you buy. .
C. E. MAY.
Mr. F. L. Tiramerman, the pros
perous merchant of Pleasant Lane
and vice-president of the Edgefield
Mercantile Company, was in Edge
field on Monday attending to busi
ness matters. ?
The Edgefield merchants have
already .bosun to irceive spring
good?, and it will not be loug b*
fore the prr-tty girls will be wear
ing pretty shirtwaists in all ef the
Mrs. J. S. Price has relumed to
Raleigh to make ber future home,
and Mr. M. C. Parker will proba
bly move back .lo his beautiful
residence on Columbia street, from
which Mrs. Price has just moved.
In spile of the mud guano haul
ing goes merrily on. The ag^r^gate
ernies of gun no in Edgefield will
probably reach thousands of fons;
WV trust that if will be paid for
willi fifteen en's 'cotton. .
Larg-* slock of Trunk?, Valises,
Rugs, Lap Robes, Etc. Get our
RAMSEY & JONES.
Superintendent of Education.
Byrd wa? invited to take part in
Ihe Washington's birthday cele-1'
brattan that was held at Johnston
on Monday but was prevented
from attending on account of tho
death of Mrs. Dr. R. M. Fuller
The members of the Edgefield
Cotillion club have arranged for
swell german to be given in the
oppra house on Friday evening
next- This will probably bethe
j last function of tne kiud for some
months-till the large picnics of
Mr/and Mrs. John R. Tompkins
will move into-their new home
t b i s week Mrs. Tompkins being
a great lover of music, as well asa
very talented musician, Mr. Tomp
kins has presented her with avery
handsome new piano.
Ladies you will bake no more
cake6 at home it' you "try our "So
cial Teas" "Five o'clock Teas"
"Graham" a.id ' Zt; Zn" crackers.
You get none but the fresh kind at
A gentbmau from Alabama,
whose name we have not learned,
has been offered the presidency of
I the Edgefield Manufacturing Com
pany, and will arri ve about March
the 1st to look ovor tte field with
the view of accepting the poEition.
Grip has made a bouse to
house attack upon our community.
Mr. J. T. McMauus and almost his
entire family have been victims of
this dread disease. We are glad
to see friend Trapp out again. He
is a little disfigured but expects;,
tobe in good trim for the county
We trust that every teacher iu
the county will be in attendance
upon the touchers' meeting to be
held on next Saturday at Edge
field. It ?R safe to say that, un
less providentially kept away, all
who are t achers because of their
love for the work, as well as for
tho pay that they receive, will be
A large assortment of garden
seed just received direct from the
celebrated Buist farms.
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
' Mrs. Dr. J. B. Black, accompa
nied by her 1 wo youngest childten,
came up fiom Ba.uberg Friday
last and has been spending several
days at thc- < ollegc with her daugh
ter, Mrs. F. N. K. Baiky. Dr.
Blaolc who is a member of the legis
lature from Bamberg couuty also
came to Edgefield Saturday after
Of our second page will be found
a vory interesting and thrilling
story from the pen of talented
young Marion G. Woodward, a
student of the S. C. C. I. This is
not the first effort of Mr. Wood
ward, he having written^ short
stories for the Saturday Evening
Post and other northern journals.
It is OD t i tl? d "Grandma's Story,"
and vividly portrays soma of the
conditions that existed duriug the
IT IS A MATTER OF HEALTH
THERE IS. NO SUBSTITUTE
Fewer gallons; wears longer;
Habit, with its iron sinews,
Clasps and leads us day by day.
Solicitor Tburmoud, who does
uot intend to staud for reelection,
gave his fellow solicitors at work
with him in the engrossing depart
ment, a farewoll course dinner
yesterday prepared by Mrs. Pascall
at tb.6 Victoiia.. Mr. Thurmond
wasf toasted as a noan who stands
well with all factious on account
of hie fairness and ability and he
responded with becoming modes
Seven solicitors were present,
Mr^Davis of the Second circuit
being absent ou account of illness.
Attorney General Gunter and his
assistant, Mr. W. H.. Townsend,
,Tr.,';were.also present-. The other
solicitors who enjoyed Mr. Thur
mond's hospitality wera Messrs.
Hildebrand, Wisoln, Johnson,
He?ry, Sease and Boggs, of the
first, third, fourth, sixth, seventh
a?d'eighth circuils, respectively.
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.
Letter to C. A. GF.L* FIN
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
Dear Sir: Your business ie,
wt?en a house buruodown, to give
the owner some money to build a
new one . It is a good business.
Queer that the world got on so long
itrVe paint I he ons I hat burnt
down mid the new one too. What
is bitter, we paint the houses that
don't burn down.
[ Yon insure tho houses that
burn; we insure Ibe Louses that
don't. You have the ashes and
smoke; all the houses are our6.
' We paint lead-and-zinc; Devoe.
We sell the paint tu painters; we
tLead-and-oil is the old fashion
paint. D?:voe is zinc ground in
white had and linseed oil; the
uesf paint iii thu world: and the
cheapest, because i" takes fewer
gallons ".hau mixed paints and it
wearr twice as long as .lead-and-oil-.
Nobody wants poor paiut; there's
lots of it, though, iii the world.
A. M. Griffin, Plainfield, N. J.,
"Mr. Aaron Higgins, (if Plainfield,
always used 15 gallons mixed paint
for bis house. Last Spring he bought
16 gallons of Devoe and l ad 1 gallons
IT. Vf. DEVOE.
39 New York,
THE EDGEFIEJ.D MERCANTILE CO.
PUTS AN END TO IT ALL.
A grievous wail oftimes comes
ae a result of uubtarable pain from
over taxed organs. Dizziness,
Backache, Liver complaint and
Constipation. But thanks to Dr.
King's New Life Pills they put au
end to it all. They are gentle but
thorough. Try'them. Only 25c.
Guaranteed by The Penn Drug
Now is the time to set Fruit Trees ! !
Np home is complete without them.
The enterprisinginan will have fruit
Lot No. 1. 6 Peaches asst; 4 pears 2
varieties; 4 apples 2 varieties 6grapes,
100 strawberries 2 pecans, 1 year old,
2 Japan Walnuts and 2 ?Japan pluais
Let No. 2. 12 peaches, 2 pears, 12
grapes, 100 strawberries, 2 apples, 2
Japan plums for $3.00.
Lot No. 3 6 peaches, 2 pears, 2 ap
ples, 100 strawberries, 3 pecans 1 year
old, 3 Japan Walnuts for $3.00.
Speoial prices on lurger quantities.
All orders will receive personal at
tention. All trees guaranteed true to
name. Delivery made at your nearest
P. N. LOTT,
Johnston, S. C.
We have in stock a full line of
Iron, Enameled and Brass Bedp,
with Springs to fit.
RAMSEY & JONES.
Real Estate Agency
I take this means of announc
ing to my friends and the public
generally that I have established
a Real Estate Agency io connec
tion with my insurance business.
Have you any real estate thal
you wish to convert into cash, or
have you auy cash that wish to
invest in Real Estate ? Make your
wants known to mo and I can as
All business eustrusted to me
will receive my personal attention.
A . share of your patrouage is
C. A. GRIFFIN.
Nothing has ever equalled it.
Nothing can ever surpass it.
UV?. ^OTf SUMPTION price
I! Or g OPOUS and 50c ? J'.OO
A Perfect For All Thro?t and
Cure : . Lung Troubles.
Money back If lt fails. Trial Bottle? free.
r"1-T. i. mu?
We doubt whether there eau be
found anywhere more accommo
dating officials than those to be
found in the two banks of Edge
field. Banks all over the country,
?ilmost without exception, lock
their doors promptly at three
o'clock, and refuse to transact
business of any nature whatso
ever until after the openiug hour,
uine o'clock, the next morning.
Such a custom or practice is uot
jonsiclered, by ?hose who under
stand the intricacies of banking,
to be arbitrary and unreasonable.
Each dayV business consista of
hundreds of transactions that in
volve thousands of dollars, and
after the receipts and disburse
ments of the day the cash on hand
must balance to a cents wi-th the
records that have been ma e.
Closing up the work is greatly re
garded (of which the writer speaks
advisedly) by persons calling after
business hours to ha?e money
changed or to attend to this or
that matter. Usually there is
more work-wbicb is purely men
tal and very trying-to be done
after the doors of a bank close
than during business hours. The
patrons of these two institutions
should appreciate tho very liberal
nolicy of the officials, who often,
by reason of prolonging the busi
ness day, are compelled to burn
the midnight oil. Only recently
the four banks of Greenwood pub
lished the following notice : "We
the undersigned banks will close
for business each day promptly at
3 o'clock. We are compelled to
take this action in order that we
may balanee up and close each
day's work properly."
The foregoing is written without
the knowledge of the officers of
either of the Edgefield banks.
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 an)'
other purpose, if you
have improved town or
farm property to ofter as
security. I require no
WM. P. CALHOUN,
Edgefield, S. C.
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.'
Why go off to
a Business College
When the S. C. C. I. is here!
WE are now able to offer you a
complete Business Course in your
Our business Department is con
ducted by a teachor who is a
graduate of two of the best Busi
ness Collegee in the south and has
had eight years experience in ac
Let that boy or girl take a course
in Book-keepiug or short-hand; it
may meau money to them iu years
Do they write a good hand! If
not let them take a course in spe
cial penmanship from now until
You may not have this chance
near you again soon.
For terms apply to
F. N. K. BAILEY,
P. S. If you are behind in figures
join our night class in Business
WE are ol
m our Fertilizer
the Royster Br;
Soda and other
WE are nc
Meal, Corn, Fl
and Plantation i
WE are re
i rig and Heati
Vehicles of all
Coffins and Un'
< [j^Call a
THE FARMERS BANK
- OF EDGEFIELD S. e., .
STATE AND GO
THE LARGEST AND STRONGEST BANK IN EDGEF- H
Paid, up Capital.$ 58,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits. 18,0004)0
Liability of Stockholders. 58,000.00
Protection to Depositors.$134,000.00
We invite attention of those desiring a safe depository^for their money to the abor?
facts. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS BY SPECIAL CONTRACT.
Under provision of its charter this bank is authorized to act as trustee, guardian
administrator and executor, and to accept and execute trusts generally.
A. E. PADGETT, President T. H RAIN?FORD, Vicc-Pr?
J. L.CAUGH.MAN, Cashier. W. H. HARLING, Asit.?Ca?hi?
Thfiro ie, no Deed of wearing your Luugs out, when you
can a bottle of
MURRAY'S'HOREHOUND, MULLI EN 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 MTJEEAY DKUG CO.,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
THIS SPACE IS TAKE BY
The Leading Grocers of Augusta Ga.
?W"W. F. SAMPLE of Saluda County and
|H. H. SCOTT, JR., of Edgefield County are with u*
land want to see you.
The Bese in the world. T?e
Factory does three quart?rs
of a million dollars worth jof
business a year.
Quality considere J they are
tde CHEAPEST ORGANS
marje. Over fifty now in
stock. Terms accommodat
ing. Write me before buying
elsewhere. Other magnifi
cent organs in appearance
at Forty-Five Dollars, with
stool and box. Freight paid
J. A. Holland,
NINETY SIX, S. C. \
?be sold at BARGAIN prices,
j Every Lady is wanted to
[come and see this Grand Dis
play of HAMBURG, SWISS j
land NAINSOOK EDG- j
INGS and INSERTIONS, j
Yours for EMBROID
JAS. E. HART
Get your Laundry in Tuesdays.
rthe Year 1904.
?ering to the Farmers a full Line of Com
ers. We sell Goods Manufactured by Ar
Works, Navassa Guano Company, Georgia
;s, and Columbia Guano's Goods known as
ands. These, goods have analyzed ABOVE
TE E. We also sell Muriate of Potash,Nitrate of
ingredients for Home Mixing of Fertilizers.
)\v offering at low prices in any quanity Meat,
our, Molasses, Rice Meal, Fine Feed, Hay
Supplies of every kind. Our Stock of Tobac
nd Smoking-is large and Prices Lower than
ur Stock of Case Goods, and Can Goods.
ady to supply you with your Stoves,-.-?ook
ng-Hardware, Nails, Plowstocks, Plow
a full line of Furniture, Wagons, Buggies and
kinds, Harness Leather, also a full line of
nd inspect our Stock and yon will buy.
?ale and. Retail.