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Edgefield, S. C.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1904.
Wonder how many communi
tif-s in the state observe Decora
tion Day-the da}' set apart for
placing flowers upon the graves of
those who spilled their blood for
for the Southern Confederacy ?
Every community should make
preparations for a suitable observ
ance of this day, which is ap
The four Congressional candi
dates are at Saluda to-day for the
purpose of letting the voters know
where they stand on the national
issues. These gentlemen will ad
dress the Edgefield people on to
morrow (Thursday) and we trust
that they will be accorded a re
spectful hearing by a goodly num
ber of our citizens.
The county Democratic Execu
tive Committee met on Monday
and arranged for the primary, ap
pointing managers, eic. The com
mittee will meet again on Monday
after the election to tabulate the
vote. The Democratic cluba are
urged to meet on Saturday the 23rd
to re-organize and elect delegates
to the county convention to be
held on the first Monday in May.
The persistent efforts of the cou
x stables and police are succeeding,
in a measure at least, in suppress
ing the blind tigers of Charleston.
At the last term of court there
were seventy five indictments
against illicit liquor dealers, while
at the term which convenes in a
few days, only forty cases wiil be
presented. It is said that the de- ]
: ; crease is due to the abandonment
of the traffic by many dealers.
: and the leading mertof Georgia
and the Carolinas, but now a bar
ren waste whish is only inhabited
by "coons", cooters and mosqui
toes, will be formally abandoned
on the 15th inst. On that date
the roads and old streets, now the
property of. South Carolina, will
be sold to the highest bidder.
Is that chivalric and patriotic
spirit which characterized our
forefathers on the wane ? Does it
exist only in name ? Impressed
with the supreme indifference of
the present generation to things
patriotic one is almost persuaded
to answer such questions in the
affirmative. In the years gone by
such occasions as Washington's
. birthday, Lee's birthday, decora
tion day, et cetera, were seized
upon to teach and inspire the
youth with a love of country and
to perpetuate the hallowed memo
ry of those who sacrificed their
lives upon their country's altar.
Not so now. "But for the red fig
ures on the calender or hearing
some casual allusion made to
them, the average youth would
scarcely know when these occa
sions, so genuinely revered by our
forefathers, arrived. Already the
fruits of this supine indifference
is manifested- notably in the un
heeded appeals for contributions
to the Hampton monument fund.
Judge W. F. Roath is being
importuned by his many friends
to stand for re-election to the of
fice of Master in Equity. Should
he yield to the wishes of hie
friends (which, we are happy to
state, is probable) we are confident
that he will be elected without op
position. Indeed, we but speak
the truth when we say that the
people of the ccuuty are fortunate,
very fortunate, in baviugthis im
portant office filled by one so pe
culiarly fitted-in ability and in
tegrity of character-for the du
ties thereof. The only regret is ^
that the salary or pay is not com
mensurate with the real worth and
the faithful service rendered by
the incumbent, the dismembei
inent of tho old county having]
greatly reduced the receipts of. tho
office There is not another Mns-:
ter in Equity in South Carolina,!
.yea, more, in the United States,!
who is the peer of th" Master of j
EdgefiVd county. The AnvER
TISER'S voice t's united with that of
the importunate throng, trusting
that an affirmative decision will
rbe the response from Judge Roath.
JOHNSTON, S. C., )
April 5, 1904. i
Correspondence to the ADVERTISER.
Mrs. Nancy Lott, after a pleas
ant visit to Augusta at the home
of Mr. George Lott and others,
has returned to her borne.
Mr. Willie Cogbnrti of Edge
field visited the home of h ie grand
mother, Mrs. Missouri Lott.
The home of Mr. M. D. Wil
liams now presents a most beauti
ful appearauco. It bas been newly
painted and the beautiful flowers,
grown by his tasty wife, add much
to its lovliness.
Mr. Chalmers Buzbardt of Meet
ing Street is visiting Mr. Y. M
Capt. N. G. Evans, of Edge field
called on bis friends in town on
Mrs. .Tames Long of Trenton
was over ou a shopping expedition.
Mr. Joe Allen of Fruit Hill was
in town and reports his father.
Hon. W. S. Allen, as much better.
Mr. M. D. Williams accidentally
fell from a scaffold a few days ?go,
and was considerably bruised, but
not serious injured.
Mr Will Coleman also fell and
cut his face quite severely. He be
came strangled at the table and
started out on the piazza.
Another game of b<>- u.i!l has
bf en played between Edgerield and
Johnston, and again the latter
carries away no laurels. We con
gratulate Johnston boys, as, in
our opiuion, there is little to a
boys credit iii being a good bail
Mr. j. W. Brown and Miss Hun
ter D. Lott of Johnston will be
married in the Baptist Church on
the evening of the 3rd of May. A
reception will be given them at thj
tv rae of the bride's parents.
Mrs. James While visit* d Lang
ley and August? inst week.
Mrs. Will Toney also visited
our neigh I or i ng city.
The New Century Club held a
most pleasant meeting at the home
of M ra. J. G. Strother, .dainty and
delicious rt:fie*hment8 were ser
We COL grat?late Mr. J. M.
Wright on bis escape from mur-;
serious injury in the wreck on
The love of the beautiful by our
ladies is certified by th'* fact that
within the past few weeks over
four doztu beautiful palms have
been purchased by dilr'erent ones.
Asparagus is being shipped by
The fruit crop promises to be
larger than usual.
The Easter hunt of "The Baud
of Hope,'' managed by Mrs. James
White, was much enjoyed by a
large number of children.
Mrs. James H. Eidson from
Dean Swamp, Orange burg county,
ttlUCxcATlC VOTERS OB
THE SECOND CONGRES
JAMES 0. PATTERSON,
BARNWELL, S. C.
The United States Congress is the
most august deliberative assemblage
in the world and it is the pride of the
Union to send there as their represen
tatives and senators their most gifted
sons, the highest examples of their
best civil zation.
As citizens of Barnwell County, in
view of the shortness ot' the primary
campaign for the selection of a sue
cessor to the late Hon. Geo. W. Crofi,
and the impc ssibility of each candi
date making himself personally knew,
to the majority of the voters of the
Second District at this busy season of
the .year, when the farmer engage
ments of the agricultural classes will
require the presence at home of so
many, and prevent their attendance at
the campaign meetings, we beg to sub
mit our testimony based on long ac
quaintance and intiiracy with the Hon
James 0. Patterson ot' Barnwell, a
candidate for that high and responsi
ble position. He is Barnwell County
born and raised. In the o'd days his
father was a man of large means, but
the storm of war stripped him of much
of his possessions aud it fell to his
sons to make their own ways in the
world, and well has James O. Patter
son performed his part.
On the farm he grew through busy
boyhood and industrious manhood and
though he has been called to another
field of labor he is in closes: touch and
sympathy with the agricultural inter
est, the true basis of prosperity, of the
individual, the State, the Nation.
His popularity ac home among the
reople who have known him from boy
hood is shown by the facts of his elec
tion twice as Judge of the Probate
Court and three times to the Houfeeof
Representatives,' a record without
equal since the war. Iiis services there
wei e most valuable and resulted in bia
promotion to the.most important com
mittees, and there he measured up to
His life in his pi blic, private and
church relations has been spotless and
in his practice ol' the Jaw he has
followed the golden rule and while al
ways loyal to his clients, has been
most considerate to those in need of
thf? charity of indulgenceiind assist
ance. He has helped many, he has op
pressed none, and he has constantly
and consistently endeavored to add to j
the happiness and prosperity of his
home people, and no man in the Se
cond bislr'ct luis scattered more ol
sun.-hine inro the lives of others.
With this knowledge ol h is pure life,
bi* devotion to duly, his proiessiona'.
ability, bis good heart, his attractive
personality, we commend him to tue
voters of the Second District as worthy
of their utmost confidence, feeling as
sured that if elected to Congress he
will make a representative of whom
[.the Seccnd District will he proud, and
to the best interest of which he will
give his strongest and sincerest ener
We iudge the future by the past.
His years are without >pot or failure,
und so w?l his future be.
Very respect full}-,
citizens of Barnwell.
A Love Letter.
Would not interest you if you're
looking for a guaranteed Salve for
Sor<-s, Burns or Piles. Otto Dodd,
of Ponder, Mo. writes: "I suffer
ed with an ugly sore for it year,
bul a box of Buck ku's. Arti icu
Salve cured me. lt's the best Salvi
on earl h. 25c at Th*? Penn Ding
I hereby announce myself a eau
Jidate for Congress from the Se
xmd Congressional District and
fledge myself to abide by the. ie
mit of the Democratic primary
md to support the nominee of the
L. J. WILLIAMS.
I hereby announce that I am n
candidate for Congress from the
second Congressional District and
respectfully solicit the support o'
;be people. I will abide by the
result of Democratic Primary and
support the nominee of the same.
T. G. CROFT.
To the Voters of Edgefield County :
I am a canoidatc for Congress
from the S'cond Congressional
district, subject to the Democratic
primary, and earnestly solicit your
S. G. MAYFIELD.
I hereby announce myself a
candidate Jor Coogress from the
?ecoud Congrcissioi al District to
ill the vacancy caused by the
leath if the late Geo. W. Croft.
[ pledge myself to i bide the re
sult of the Democratic primary
?lection aua to support tho nomi
nee of the sam*1.
J. 0. PATTERSON,
Barnwell, S. C.
FOR STATE SENATE.
I respectfully announce myself
i candidate for th "j State Senate
iud pledge my support to the noni
o.'es of tb^primary.
p. B. MAYSON;
I hereby announce myself a
ian di date for the Staie Senate. I
viii abide hy the result of i he
Democratic primary and supp ?rt
he nomiuers of Che same.
T. GARRETT TAL BK RT.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
I hereby a u noil nee myself a
:andmate for the office of County
Treasurer, and pl? dge my?elf to
ibide hy the result nt' Democratic
?ri m arv ?nd support the nomi
ices of the same.
J. TRA PP McMANLS.
I hereby present my PO If lo the
?ot?rs of Edgefield county for th<->
?fllce of County Treasur T. I
rit?dge myself to abide by Un- re
sult of primary election, and will
apport all nominees of the Demo
Tat ic party.
J. THOMAS PATTERSON.
I respectfully announce that I
?rn a candidate for ihe office of
Coroner of Edgefield county and
?ledg'j myself to abide by the re
ult ffl?ftfto Democratic primary,
nd tiwHwjrt the nominees of the
>arty J jferi-f^h "H"1
Ian a ge rs of Primary Election
to beheld on April 23rd.
Wise-J M Mays. J N Fair, W A
lobb?, B F Mays Ol'k.
Roper's X Roads-Chas ITnm
?ond, S W Gardner, D E Lanham,
B Titnmerman, Cl'k.
Johnston No 2-W D Woodward,
A Austin, J G Hooley, J E Swear
Bac?n-"AI Dt*Loach, B R Smith.
M Warren, 0 W Wright Cl'k.
Hibler-0 D White, J M Co?e
an,S V Seig'er, B D Hitching?
F?nmoton-J L Mim?. W W Sheo
ml. W C Tompkins, J L Carwile
Edge field-J P B-ilfts, Tom Paul,
ansom Padgett, G TT Anderdon
Pleasant. Lane-J P Ha good, C H
Williams, W E flarling, J P
Long Branch-Jas Horn. L V
laxton, J no Derrick, A C Yon ce
Red Hill-J FI Buss?y, L G Bell,
' T Brown, James Bodie Cl'k.
Meeting Street-W B Lowrev, J
: Shaffer, Jas J Pa.lgett, J H Coe
ur n Cl'k.
Collier-J L Miller, G A Adam?.
G Hammond, Henry McKie Cl'k
South H i bl er-J K Corlev, J R
iason, W M Corlcy, A G Cheat
Johnston No. I-W J Fluiet, B F
ewis, W M Taylor, Jus Hart Ck.
Meriwether-H L Hunch, W G
heathorn, Geo W Medlock, Silas
Meriwether No 1-J F Townes,
iE Bunch, JP DeLaughtcr, T J
'aniel. J J Garnett, .Ino Brimson.
S Middleton Ci'k.
Shaw - B C Ethered^e, Wallace
/?se, Frank Bettis, WaVr Wise
Moss-Sam Cheat liam, Wajler
runson. Oj m hn Williams, Jas
Rehoboth-CC Burk h alter, J L
i I christ, L E White, Evan Coch-- .
Cleveland-^: B Wood, L Tn?bert,
has Jones, Joe Hamilton Cl'k.
Plum Branch-.J W Blackwell, C
' D. Frmdaml, H C Sanders, \V J
A Wonderful Saving.
The large? t Methodist Church
^ Georgia, c. iculated to usc over
ue hundred gallons, of the usual
i:.d of mixed paint in painting
They usfdoiily 32 gallons bf Ihe
,ongniaa & Martinez Paint n ixed
;ith 24 gallons of linseed oil.
ictual cost of paint made was h PS
han $1 20 per ga Hoi-.
Saved over eighty ($80.00} dol
ara ii paint, and got a big dona
EVERY CHURCH will b? given
liberal quantity whenever they
Many houprp are well jninbd
.iib four gallons of L. it. M. ?ind
liree galions of linseed oil m ix- r!
Wears and covers Iii;e gold.
These Celebrated Paints are sold 1
y The Peun Drug Store.
Saves Two From Death.
"Our little daughter bud au al
most fatal attack of whooping
cough and bronchitis," writes Airs.
W. K. Havilaod, of Armot k, N.
Y., "but when all olher- remedies
failed, Wd saved her life wilh Dr.
King's New Discovery. Our niece,
who had Consumption iu an ad
vanced stagp, also used this won
derful medicine and to-day she is
perfectly well." Desperate throat
and lung diseases yit-ld to Dr.
King's New Discovery as to no
other medicine on earth". Infalli
ble for Coughs and colds. 50c and
.$1.00 bottles guaranteed by The
Penn Drug Store. Trial bottles
free. . ' .
The Cause of Many
There is a disease prevailing in this
country most dangerous because so decep
'"*. tive. Many sudden
deaths arc caused by
it - heart disease,
failure or apoplexy
are often the result
of kidney disease. If
kidney trouble is al
lowed to advance the
kidney-po iso ned
blood will attack the
vital organs or the
kidneys themselves break down and waste
away cell by cell.
Bladder troubles mest always nsult from
a derangement of the kidneys and a cure is
obtained quickest by a procer treatment of
the kidneys, if you are feeling badly you
car. make no mistake by taking Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and
lt corrects inability to hold urine and scald
ing pain In passing it, and overcomes that
unpleasant necessity of being compelled to
go often during the day, and to get up many
times during the night. The mild and the
extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon
realized. It stands the highest for its won
derful cures cf the most distressing cases.
Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and sold
by all druggists in fifty-cent and one-dollar
sized bottles. You may
have a sample bottle of ^jjStigfcJ
this wonderful new dis
covery and a book that
tells all about it. both Homo of Swamp-Root,
sent free by mail. Address Dr. Kilmer & Cc.
Binghamton, N. Y. When writing mention
reading this generen offer in this paper.
Testimony of a Minister.
Rev. Jno. S. Cox, of Wnkp. Ark.,
writes, "For 12 years I suffer d
from Yellow Jaundice. I consult
ed a number of pliysiciunn pud
tried all sorts of m^dicinpc, bul
got no relief. Then I began tb
use of Eleerie Bitters and ferd'
that T nm now cured of a diseas?
thai Ind meiji its grasp f:>r twelve
years." If \ nu iv.ml a nd i a bla
med i ci UP !'.>!. tho Liver nur) Kid
ney trouble, stomach disorder or
geiieraj debility, gef E'eciric Bit
ter?. It's guaranteed by The I'mm
Drug store; Only 50c.
EDGEPIEL . S,
Ti eth Extracted without Paiu.
Fourteen Years Experience.
I have a thorough-bred Jeisey
bull. Send your cows to my lot.
A fee of $2.00 will bo charged tu!
A. B. CO VAR,
Edgefield, S. C.
; ou Com
Geo. F, Minis,
Without Music is fike onto
your using some other
* ? ? #
* # *
said to be
"JUST AS GOOD" AS
.THE WESSON ty/ftwnq
THE PENN DiiVO C O.
Dear Sirs:- Over fifty year*
ago, our firm began Beliing pnini
throughout the South; sales have
contiuued un interruptedly, and
ten times greater than any o'her
brand of pa lut. Read the follow
ing: ''Hilve used the L. & M.
Paint twenty years; bouses' paint
ed with it eight years ago shovv
bbtter to-day than houses painted
with other paints within hvovears"
A. B. Edgei), Aloorina. Elk
"Have used all brands of paint
L. & M. Pure Paint stands better,
And wears longer than any other
paint I bave evor used iii my len
H. F. Smith, Painter Concord,
"I have painted Frankenburg
Block with L. cc M. Painti stands
out ?B though varnished. Aclunl
cost was loso than $1.20 per gallon."
I-I _ T
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Court of Common Pleas.
Emmie c. Padgett", ajratiist Ti Hu. an
D. Padgett, et; a!.
Pursuant to t he I ?eerer ie i his cans".
F will oller fur sah'al public outcry lu
ihe highest bidder, before Mi?"t'?ni rt
House, town ol' Edgefield and Stale nf
.Son (li Carol i na, on saiesilay in May
15)111 (the s-.rnc heiug the 2nd day yf
said month) between the legal hears
ot'sali-, the following described real-y
TRACT NU. 1.
All of that tra:1.! or parcel nf
land, s'tuate ic tho Counly ol' E<*go
liclil. South Carolina, containing
two hundred a~Y:d seven (207) aeres,
more or less,and bounded or tile nor:li
by lands ol' S. H. G ri flin and Oii.'.rge
Padgett; on r.he east by lands ol'.s. 1!.
Griflin and .lohn Gall own j*; mi the
south by lands ol' A. E Padgett; and
W. B. Barr, Charleston, W. Va. ? on Hie west by lands vi A. K. Gadget!
"I painted our old homeotead and' *rs- 'M; A. Padgett. This bei na
with L. & M. Paint twenty.-six ? known as the '-Home" tract. \\,,
years ugo. No* painted ?ince ; looks
better tLan houses painted in the
latt four years with other paiut."
H. S. Scofield, Harris Springs.
"Used the L. & M. Paint for
sixteen years. Painted three bouses
with it fifteen years ago; they
have not needed painting since."
J. E. Webb, Hickory,N. C.
LONGMAN & MARTINEZ.
~ Broke Into His House.
TRACT XO. -2.
All that traet or parcel of hind situ
ate in Edgefield County South Caro
lina, containing six hundred ami forty
two (042) acres, more or less, and
bounded on the north by lands of .Ino.
F. Daniel and W. .1. Adams: on the
east by lands of the estate ol' Archie
Lewis, deceased : on the soul!) by ands
of J. B.Tom j kins and Mrs. Heu riel la
Carter: and on the west by lands of
the estate of Mrs E. Nicholson an.? by
land.of Mrs. Adelina L?eVore.
TERMS OP SALK :
On?' third cash, and de balance on a
credit ol'one amt two years with in
terest from date of sab' nt I lie rate ol'
? ei^ht per cent per annum. Purchaser
S. Le Quinn nf Cavendish, Vt., t0"ff ve bond and a mortgage of ih"
'' premeses sold to seeiire 11 e payment/of
the credit portion or all cash ai pur
chasers opt ion,mort gage to inelnde ten j
per cent for attorneys fees if brought
was robbed cf his customary
health by invasion of Chronic Con
stipation. When Dr. King's New
-Life Pills broko into his Louse,
bis trouble was arrest"d and now
lie's entirely cured. They're gu ar
lin teed to cure, 55c -at The Penn
purchaser ta pa? fur papers.
W. F. ROATH,
Master, E. C S. C.
April 5th 100*.
SUITS IS .READY.
WE say YOUR SUIT led use r ii built just as you
would have it built.
Built just as an excludive tail .t '.wi! I h nhl it. and al l
without, the bother of measuriuc. (? ti? iCh liking, trying on
eic, sid without the laney price Ibu tailer would s ire I y
C 1 MfC li! it
THE BEST OF CUTTERS AND TAILORS
put ail ihe life mu! go inn> our CLOTH INI! thal it \*> posn
?sible lo pul inlo gu rm eil tn.
Th" fab rick are now. tho cul:' are hew.
Slop in and w*'ll lake pleasure in showing you YOUR
SUIT, fu: il will be y on is. indeed after you ?-e it.
Gr> ul runge ?II prices$GA)9 to$2?.OO; Ivv'o.ryvbitsg ihaf's
' ?". C. LEVY'S SO]ST& CO..
ct38 Broad Street, - - - Augusta, C.).
X-STA TEMENT CF THE GONCITON OF ~.x
AT 7 HE CLOSE OF BUSINESS, ON MARCH 21ST, 1904.
?Safe and Furniture.l,o.(J(>.0<y
Due from oilier Banks.8,?'.if. 10
Cash in Vault...V..////^
s :> 12,-10^ J,
STATE Or SOUTH CAROLT.VA. \
COUNTY OF EDGEFIELD 6 )
I, E. J. Mims Cashier of thc Bank of Edgefield. do solem nil}
swear that the above stu I em cut i's trite (did cornel io UK. l/e.-l Ol
my knowledge and belief
Sworn to before mc ?Iiis (hr 22nd dat/ nj' .March. 1004
JJ. E. JONES '. IL. S:\ Nolan/ PnUir
A. S. TOMPKINS,
I!'. IC. .ILMMS,
S. S- H(>\U.\ i>:
Di rt cl firs.
THE SOOTHERS STATES PHOSPHATE ANS
FERTILIZES COMPANY'S GOODS.
THE A VG US T. ? HIZE GR. IDE GI "A. \ '?,
? P. AJs'D F. GUAAO.
AMOXI AT ED DISSOLVED BOX E.
ALL GRADES OF ACID,
KAINIT .LVD NITRATE OF SODA
NOW in ware house READY (or DELIV
Give ns a call BEFOEE you t
\my your FERTILIZERS. * |
JONES & SON. !
Skirts from I
ct? . to 17|
Ladies Tailor Made
$150 to 86.00.
40 inch Lawns from
Mercerized Peques and Damasks!
from lOcts. to 50cts. I
?? g^-WJ-: are throwing thc best ?inc of Colored I
?Wash Goods ever shown in Edgefield. b
'. Wool-Veils' Etta ni i ne
Sf or Skirts.
.Batistes and Cheviots!
Everybody is most cordially invited to see oura
?goods before buyin.?;, as most of our cotton goods
jnre sold ona basis ol 8 and loets. cotton. Satiaiat
[tion ifiven or your money back. OUR MOT I O.
?AS. E. HAR
'Get your Laundry in Tuesdays,
.;; Wo wish willi this issue r/oj.fj I
ip thank a generous public for jiu
.Jjthe part they took in the Av/'/-'...!
. ;#?77/JT selling which commenced;;)*)
|;~;[Monday Mareil Joli) anti mn-v;
.*... tinned on through the week. 'f.C
[.!. TM li BIG SALE ffi
. has so gratified us that every MM
.. department will be thorough-A
. .Iv replenished, and while we!*j?j
Mr/uo/c no prices^ wc promiseT?
UWyou many pennine surprises
? :.' c o m mencin g Mon d av A pril.iS
le .1 ? - ' .....
PR 1.1 iii. .': .]
h' . . ri -T?
rp ^ mere mention ot then*
!:f:|coRNER STOREYS Sp:?jj:
Meials is guarantee enough to(*[*j
' " the knowing ones.
.[J A'-V . ' ..., ... .
i . i F! CORN ER S . O R E
i?j W, FI. TuiiXER,
O? i^?B^iji ?S Eb-I ii i
WE ABE HEADQUARTERS FOR
. . SPRING Dit Y GOODS;
?r?OES. H ATS
WE have enlarged our DRY G00D3 Depart
ment and can furnish the ladies of Edgefield with all
kinds of White Goods, Dress Goods, Waistirigs at
very low prices. In fact, we are offering some great
Our SPRING GOODS are daily arriving and
all I ask is for you to come and see what I am otter
ing. Our prices and tile quality of our goods will
?CS'Xonic ! Come ! !
Edgefi?ld, S. C.
?J. ?vf. COBB'S
New Spring" Goods.
SILK, LACKS, and EMBROIDERIES.
f,!| Excells anvtl?ihg on the market for STYLE and ?
H WE are right up-to-date. Please give us a look
" ??T iVIC WILL PLEASE YOU.
I Spring Gl?tMng, I
WE are snowing thc largest stock of
t?i ?> O Iv IT S" IO ??> -Juiii
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Kthe newest snapes and colors in Hats. 1
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Uasli >\V?< for VVaisI for Hie Special Ei.^cSi'k and Kui ( ; love; anil Mills.
Bargain Sile :!!. aii'i III els, vvorlli 30 f.arjro assortiiieiil pf II an kereing t's.
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ami Si I \< '!| S.'J.Oli iv i>i (li ."Oe tu $*T,(iQ . J.ad?es. Collar*. CiliFs. Hells. C<Ts?ts
Read; Made Skirts $1,00 lo ^5 no j Girdles, Oinbs brushes and Teilet
I>rt'>- ijooiii in all i!:?' new novelties.. Powders.
SPICES, Ladies* and Children's and Misses Dress Shoes
and Oxfords in the latest and best styles and makes or high
CLOTHING : In L!??S linc we can come nearer giving
$2 po worth loi- $i;00 than any house in the south.. Meii'f
BOA 'S and Children's Clothing and Pants'. This 15 days o .
Special Bargain will bc-thc greatest red letter day thats ever
been seen in Edgclield. . .-.
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25 ANO 60 CENTS A BOX. '
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