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Edgefield, S. C.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1904.
GEORGE W. THURMOND.
Died at his residence on Monday
the 11th inst., George W. Thur
mond, aged about 85. He was a
veteran of the Florida, as well as
Civil War, and as au indication of
what kjind of a soldier he was it is
sufficient to say that he served a
number of years with the Texas
Rangers, uudnr Hays, aud McCul
lough. His had beeu an eventful
life, yet owing to his quiet, unas
suming modesty, it would scarcely
be Fuspfctod by a casual acquain
tance. He was ever ready to re
spond to the demands of his coun
try, aud in the dark days of recon
struction, was as ready for duly as
any younger man. rHe\was noted
for his sound judgment, truthful,
manly character, and many noble
qualities of mind and heart.
He leaves behind a devoted wife
and four children, viz: Mrs.
Greene, Mrs. Morgan, Mrs. What
ley, and our present Solicitor, Hon.
J. William Thurmond.
He was buried at Big Steveue
Creek church, of which be had
jong been a consistent member,
the pastor, P. B. Lanham officiat
"?lessed are the dead v? ho die in the
G. W. M.
Pov(.Tly Hill, S. C.
* Our town is looking charming in
in its new Spring attire. A 6troll
beneath the lovely green, canopy
on a soft brown carpet, that rivals
brussels, is invigorating. A little
girl exclaimed a few days sinse,
"Oh ! mamma lets don't sweep the
yards, it is HO pretty;" A young
matron views it in a different way
and as she sweeps the fallen blos
soms from her front walk, remarks,
"I will be glad when they have all
.fallen." * ..
The Ready y il io clu b "met . on
^^^^^^^ndrsent" on an order
^f^^pOO peach crates. From let
^^r^wceived'the'domand for crates
?B very great.
The Daughters of the Confeder
acy had a rummage sale' and sold
dinner on Friday Jast. In the
evening they held a spelling bee.
Miss Linie Mims of T&^gptt??f?s
:^-<Pfiere~ has been quite a number
bf cases of La Grippe in town.
Mr, P. F. Lewis, Mr. James
Strother and Misses Lillian and
Ella Mobley and Ruby Strother
have all suffered from its effect
but we are glad to state all are im
proving. Miss Lillian Mobhy's
voice was very much missed in
our Baptist choir'on last Sunday.
- "The New Century Club held its
regular meeting on Friday last at
the home of Mrs. P. C. Stevens.
There was a large attendance aud
deep interest in the study jf Mexi
can history. It was pleasant to
have as a guest Miss Linie Mime
who gave us several items of in
terest. Our club library has juBt
received an addition of twenty new
books. At the close of the meeting
delicious refreshments were serv
ed. A committee of three was ap
pointed to take to our club baby a
gift from the 1 dies. It was a very
neat and pretty silver spoon with
"Miriam" engraved-'?n one side,
na'?tf 1904 on the other.
Miss Hunter D. Lott, who was
expected on Friday, was unavoid
ably detained in Atlanta for a
few days, and returned Sunday
Mr. Pope Perry received the
watch offered as a prize by the
Monitor, and Mr. O. S.^Werts was
the winner of the lounge.
Reunion Butler's Brigade.
EniTOB, THE ADVERTISER : That
enthusiastic Confederate Veteran
Col. ?. R. Brooks, has informed
me that there will_be a reunion .ot
the 6th Regiment, South Carolina
Calvalry, Butler's Brigade, at Edge
field OD June 11th next ; and I ask
that both Edgefield papers give
1hie notice all the publicity possi
ble. Col. Brooks will appreciate
ifvery much and so will all of the
old members of the regiment
Among other things Col. Brooks
writes : "I will bring with me one
of the finest boy orators in the
scutb, and I assure you that all
who will come to hear this young
orator will be delighted. Remem
ber the date is the 11th day of
June next. Please see Mr. Abe
Broadwater aud got the ladies in
In another letter Col. Brooks
says: "I propose to bring a little
Confederate boy to tell the good
people of Edgefi?ld some confeder
ate history which I trust will enter
tain the old citizeus as well as the
young of bis (Professor Bailey's)
Institute. The trouble with us is
that we do-not teach our children
enough confederate history. We
.have made it aud now it is our
duly to teach it."
Col. Brooks was ?n^ hopes that ?
the meeting would take place be
fore the S. C. C. I., closed for tho
summer. P?-of. Entzmiuger in
formed me that the Institute would
close on the 7th of June. <
The 11th of Juno will be the (
fortieth anniversary of a great ]
battle that will be an interesling I
one and it is hoped that Ihn atten- i
dance will be large. i
WM. P. CALHOUN.
What the Editors Say.
Baptist Courier : Honorable S. G
Mayfield has faithfully served the
people of his couDty for a number of
years in the State ?Senate and he now
asks the people of the Second Con
gressional District to send him up
higher, to the House of .Representa
tives in Washington. He would make
a fine Congressman, and would ably
and worthily represent his people, and
no doubt the voters of that District
will so decide on the day of election.
He has many friends throughout the
State who wish him great success.
Baniuerg Herald: "That puny
catechising giyen Senator Mayfield at
Aiken a few days ago fell short of it?
purpose. Mr. Mayfield is always ready
and eager to answer any question in
regard to his official acts and points 1
with pride to his public record upon
the escutcheon of which there is not a
spot of stain. He is a statesman iu
the broadest sense of the word ; a gen
tleman of the highest christian attain
ments and has never been known to 1
stoop to anything that is low or <
August Kohn, in the News & Cou
rir, reporrting the Barn we.l meeting,
NOBLEST ROM AN OF THEM ALL.
In his career as a State Senator he
raid that he had perfec ed and li ti s '
passed more iaws that were of <
general good than any other Senator (
with in the past tiftoeii years, and he
invited an examination of his record.
He fnlt a particular pride in his work '
in connection with the road and |
school laws of the State. In connec
tion with the dispensary legislation,
he said that he was an original proui
bitionisf, but after tile dispensary law
came that he has always done all ,
that hp could to perfect the law, se
cure an lu nest administration and \
keep the institution out of politics, i
During the entire regime of Mr. H. H.
Crnm he said he was satisfied the dis
pensary had been kept out of politics.
It was wrong for the dispensary to un
dertake to meddle in politics, and then (
he went on to talk about seeing dis- '
p?n.*ary folks at th? meetings, and
that if they were there tor any pur- j
pose that they aid not erne as his
friends. He said that it was largely
through his work fend his idea that the
several counties now haye the use of
the profit derived from the sale of dis- ?
pensary liquor. As *;o the race ques* ,
tion, he said that there was absolutely
no use to talk about getting the neces- 1
sary number of states to vote to repeal i
the constitutional amendments and ?
that it was wasting time to talk about
such a thing. The members of Con
gress ought to devote themselves, he
urged, to live and present day issues j
and not talk about repealing constitu
tional provisions that cannot be re
pealed. Mr. Mayfield is particularly 1
strong and forcible and he makes as J
clear cut and able an argument upon ?
the foreign policy of this country as ,
can be heard. Mr. Mayfield has ideas J
and he knows how to express them on !
the matter of trade expansion and
what it meanS'to f "
He is not an 5 .
sense, b?t lie want
its.cotton and its j
the east, and he ur
strong navy is ti ec
the markets the >
cotton he insists. _ uau
cents cotton he 1 -^JSSS?^t?^tm r
cents a day for h^^bWfcen cents
cotton raea?s^r?eaollar a day to the i
farrotsisror ms work, and fifteen cents <
*e?ffon means two dollars a day for the
farmer. The cotton planter and the
manufacturer, he holds, ought to go (
hand in hand ic hunting larger fields i
for the sale of goods and all of this he
holds can be done with trade treaties
and a strong navy to protect those
agreements. During his entire public
service he said he had always fought
rottenness and corruption in the dis
pensary and he bas helped to r?volu- <
tionize the dispensary board so as to '
get the best men on the board. In .
justice to Mr. Williams he wished to
say that he had always voted for him 1
as a member of the State Board and I
that he bad always been continued on
In closing his admirable speech Mr.
Hayfield spjke ol nis personal effort
ana sacrifices iii securing Iiis education
and now he bau given up cigars:ami 1
wniskey and other luxuries so as to
have the money to go to school and ?
college and how proud he was of
the confidence that the people of Barn- 1
well and now of Bamberg had shown <
in him, and, if elected, how anxious
and ambitious he would be to make a
faithful and capable representative."
ECHOES FROM THE CAMPAIGN. ?
From the opening speech it has been 1
conceded that Mayfield is the ablest
man in the field. All the candidates
quote from his speeches, and refer to 1
what Mayfield says. Senator Mayfields
position on the development of mark
ets for cotton is unanswerable. He is
welcomed by all business men, farm
ers, merchants, mill laborers and
manufacturers. ~ ,
At Johnston his speech was a litera- .
ry gem, its delivery superb. At Edge
field he held his audience enchanted;
at Graniteville, he spoke to an audi- i
ence standing in front of the hotel,
yet net a man moved or woman spoke "
and when he ceased the applause burst
from an audience which went there
adverse to him ; at Aiken the only dis
turbance was from some self -interest
ed parties who sought to annoy him,
but bis clear manly statement and ap
plicable joke swept the audience as an 1
electric wave ; at Barnwell the most ]
powerful speech of the campaign was .
delivered, his reception was great for
he had served this county faithfully
and well, and the audience hung on -
his words spell bound; at Bamberg,
his home, his reception amounted to
an ovation, His speech was a chaste,
ornate, pithy, strong, eloquent plea j
for the education of the people, his (
argument for the industrial develop
ment of the South unanswerable and I
carried conviction with ic. "Indeed," t
he said, "it is with poor grace that my i
opponents complain saying that May- .
field is an eloquent man. Did not God 1
choose Aaron to plead the cause of thc
children of Israel before Pharaoh's ?
throne because he was eloquent and
able ? Let me plead your cause before
the Republioan hosts."
It is clear that the fight is to keel i
Mayfield out of the second race. All (
the candidates are friendly to him and ,
each next to himself hopes Mayfield
J. D. MI LH O US, I
Specia' Reportf r. i
A Love Letter. ,
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lookiug for a guaranteed Salve for |
Sores, Burns or Piles. Otto Dodd, t
of Ponder, Mo. writes: "I suffer- I
ed with an ugly sore for a year,
but a .box of Buckler's Arnie?
Salve cured me. It's the best Snlv (
on earth. 2oc at The Penn Dru/ F
Store. / I
- FOR CONGRESS.
I hereby announce myself a can
lidate for Congress from the Se
;ond Congressional District and
pledge myself to abide by the re
mit of the Democratic primary
iud to support the nominee of the
L. J. WILLIAMS.
I hereby announce that I am a
candidate for Congress from the
Second Congressional District and
respectfully solicit the support of
the people. I will abide by the
result of Democratic Primary aud
support the nominee of the same.
T. G. CROFT.
To the Voters of Edgefield County :
I am a cauaidato for Congress
from the Sjcond Congressional
District, subject to the Democratic
primary, aud earnestly solicit your
S. G. MAYFIELD.
I hereby announce myself a
candidate lor Congress from the
Second Congr?esiot al District to
fill Ihe vacancy caused by the
death if the late Geo. VV. Cruft,
I pledge mysel f to ? bide the re
ault of the Democratic primary
slection ana to support the nomi
nee of the same.
J. 0. PATTERSON,
Barnwell, S. C.
The miuy frinnriR of Capt. N.
j'-orjiR Evans nuii-oUnC" him a* a
j?ndalas for inn office of Solicit.ur
jf the Fifth Judicial Circuit, and
pledge him to abide the result of
:be Democratic primary and sup
port the nominee ol the party.
FOR STATE SENATE.
I respectfully announce myself
i candidate for the State Senate
iud pledge my support to the noin
iunes of the primary.
P. B. MAYSON.
I hprcby announce myself a
?nd i da to for the Stale Senate. I
will abide by the result of (he
Demccratic primary and support
Ihe nominees of the same.
T. GARRETT 1 ALBERT.
I respectfully announce myself
as a candidate for the State Se.iate,
and uledge myself to abide the re
sults of the Democratic primary
and to support the nominee? of thc
TfiOS. H. RAINSFORD.
lOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
I respectfully announce myself
ts a candidate for the Hou?e of
Representatives, and pledge my
ielf to abide the result, and to sup
port the nominees of the Uemo
?R V WTPUiM CAW_
At the solicitation of friends I
late for re-election to the Sheriff's
Dffice of Edgefield County and
pledge myself to abide the result
Df the primary, and to support all
nominees of Ihe Democratic party.
W. H. OUZTS.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
I hereby announce myself a
?audidate for the office of County
Treasurer, and pkdg'? raynell" to
ibide by the result of Democratic
primary and support the nomi
nees of the same.
j. TRAPP MCMANUS.
I hareby present myself tj tbe
Viiiens of Edg-fi"ld beauty for thu
ffic- of C-am'y '?V'HHur T. I
pledge ru y ?elf to nhii? by th> re
sult of primary .election, aud will
3upport all nomiuees of the Demo
J. THOMAS PA TTIRSON.
I respectfully announce myself
a candidate for the office of Coun
ty Treasurer and solicit the sup
port of the people, pledging my
3elf to abide thereBult of the pri
mary and to support tb.3 nomiuees
of the same.
R. E. MORGAN.
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for the office of Couuty
Treasurer and respectfully solicit
the support of the people, pledging
myself to abide the result of the
Democratic primary and to sup
port the nominees of the same.
W. ELLERY SHEPPARD.
FOR SUPT. OF EDUCATION.
I am a candidate for re-election
to the office of Superintendent of
Education, subject to ihe rules of
he Democratic Primary.
WM. A. BYRD.
I respectfully announce that I
ira a candidate for the office of
Coroner of Edgefield county and
>ledg-j myself to abide by the re
mit of the Democratic primary,
ind to support the nomiuecis of the
F. PEARCE OUZTS.
Saves Two From Death.
"Our lillie daughter had an al
most fatal attack of whooping
iough and bronchitis," writes Mrs.
W. K. Havilniid, ofArmoik, N.
Sf., "but when all other remedies
:ailed, w? saved ber life with Dr. i
King's New Discovery. Our niecn, i
vho had Consumption in an ad
/anced stage, also used this won- I
ierful medicine and to-day she is
jerfectly well." Deeperate throat
md lung disputes yield to Dr.
Cinr/'i New Discovery as to no I
ilher medicine on earth. Infalli-I I
?In for Coughs and colds. 50c and I
1.00 bottles guaranteed by The
Vinn Drug Store. Trial botlies r
For Representative in Coii?rre&.s
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,:
COUNTY OF EDGEFIISLD. . ;
NOTICE is hereby given that the
special Election for Represen
tative tn Congress will be held at
the voting precincts fixed by law
in the county of Edgetield on Tues
day, May 17, 1904.
The qualifications for suffrage
are as follows:
Residence ia the -State for . two
years, in the county one year, 'in
the polling precinct in which the
elector offers to vote, four months,
?nd the payment six months be
fore any election of any poll tax
then due and payable; Provided,
7hat ministers in charge of un or
ganized church and teachers of
public schools shall be entitled to
vote after six months residence in
the State, otherwise qualified.
Payment of all taxes, including
poll tax, assessed and collectable
during the previous year. The pro
duction of a certificate or of the
receipt of taxes shall be conclusive
proof of the payment thereof.
Before the hour fixed for opening
the polI.=,Managen and Clerks.must
take and subscribe the Constitution
al oath. The Chairman of the Board
of Managers can administer the
oath to other Managers and to the
Clerk; a Notary Public must ad
minister the oath to the Chairman.
The Managers ele^t their Chairman;
Polls at each voting place mu?t
bo op-ned nt 7 o'clock ?, inl and
closed af 4 o'clock p. m
Tu*- M namers h* ve. tor poA- r o
fil vacancy, and il norn* of me
Managers attend, the citizens Cai?
appoint from among the qualified
vot?is the Managers, who, alter bef
ing sworn, can conduct the election.
At the close of the election, Trie
Managers and Clerk must proceed
puolicly io open the ballot boxes
and cuunt the ballots therein, and
continue without adjournment un
til ?ie same is completed, and make
a statement ol the result for .each
office mid sign the same.
Within three days thereafter,Hie
Chairman o' the Board or somedo^
designated by the Board, must de
liver to the Commissioners of El ec-'
tint) the poll list, the boxes contair
ing the ballots and written stau.-,
ineiiis ol the result of'the election'
C oiimission rs of Fed t ral Election,'
Edg. field County, April;1.8, 190'f.
You are hereby appointed a Man
ager of Election-Precinct, anil
you are required to be at Eilgetield
Court hollie on ihe 14th day of Miy
19U4, to take the oath and receive
boxes, instructions, tct. Herein
J. F BETT is,
L. J. MI LL FR,
W. li. Mo.-s,
Co nmissioners of Federal" Election
MANAGERS OH" ELECTION ;
have been appointed to hold th?
election at the various precincts^in
the said county..
_~?flt/,,, J u iu.iuispW VV Shepr
pard, W C Tompkins,. J L Carwile,
Meeting Street, VV B Low rey, J
M Shaffer, Jas J Padgett, J H Co
Pleasant Lane, J P Hagood, C H
B Williams, WE Haning, Jt lim
Rehoboth, C C Burkhaltcr, J L
gilchrist, L E White, EvatrUoch
Plum Branch, J W Blackwell, C
N D Freeland, H C Sunders, W J
Chealham's Store, Sam Cheat
ham, Walter Brimson, Osman Wil
liams, Jas Hailing, clerk.
Mathis, J L Mujer, G A Adams,
S G Hammond, Henry McKie, el'k
Liberty Hill, J IC Curley, J R Ma
son, W M C ?rley, A G Cheatham,
Landrum's Store, vy j Whitlock,
(J T .>w- H ri ugeu, Cal Hiticher,.p W
lian i.-', C ? rK
ui?V?'.r, J G Hoid, John Curry,
J P Whitlock, P B Carpenter.d'k.
Elmwood, J R Blocker, J M Bell,
B E Sawyer, W D Ouzts, clerk.
Tim mer mun, Jas Horn, L V Clax
ton, J no Derrick, A C Yonce, clerk.
Modoc, Winchester McDaniel, J
J Garnett, Jno Brunsen, W S Mid
R'id Hill, J H Bu3sey, L G Beil,
W T Brown, Jas Bodie, clerk.
Meriwether Hal I,-H L Bunch, W
G Cheatham, Geo W Medlock, Si
las M ed lock, clerk.
The managers ut each precinct
named above ure requested to del
egate one of their number to secure
boxes and blanks for the election
on Tuesday, May 17th.
They eau be secured by one of
the managers from each precinct
meeting the Commissioners at
Edgefield C. H. on Salurday, May
J. F. BETTIS,
L. J. MILLER,
W. H. Moss.
Commissioners of Federal Election
for Edgetield County.
April 18, 1904.
THE LADIES favor paint
ing their churches, and Iherefoie
we urge every Minister to remem
ber we give a liberal quantity of
the Longman & Martiuez Paint
toward the painting.
Wears and covers like gold.
Don't pay $1.50 a gallon for
Linseed Oil (worth 60 cents)
wb:ch you do when you biy cth*r
paints in a can with a paint label
8 ec 6 make 14, therefore when
you wunt fourteen gallons of pain*
buy only eight of L. & M., and
mix six gallons pure Liusepd Oil
with it, and Unis get paint at' less
i hau $1.20 pe r gallon.
Many houses are wn?]j pairTeii
A* i I h 'our gallons of L. & M , and
bree gallon? of Lin=eed Oil mixed
These CoicbraLt?J Pulul? ure; Sold
?y The Penn Drug Store.
' J i B t O T1 . -11 .? r remaining in the
Vt omeo at Edg"field April 10th
A.B. Pa-.i!.-1, Miss Julia Billin,
T-:TV (Vt?. R b-rl Griffin, Mary
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Court of Common Pleas.
Emmie G. Padgett, against Tillman
D. Padgett, et. al.
Pursuant to the Decree in this cause,
I will offer for 9ale at public outcry to
the highest bidder, before the Court
House, town of Edgefield and State of
South Carolina, on salesday in May
19U4 (the same being the 2nd day of
said month) between the legal hours
of sale, the following described realty
to wit :
' TRACT NO. 1.
; All of that tract or parcel of
land, sit?ale Ox the County of Edge
field, South Carolina, containing
two hundred and seven (207) acres,
more or less, and bounded on the north
by lands of S. B. Griffin and George
Padgett; on the east by lands of S, B.
Griffin and John Galloway; on the
south by lands of A. E. Padgett; and
on the west by lands of A. E. Padgett
and Mrs. M. A. Padgett. This being
known as,the '-Home" tract. Also
TRACT NO. 2.
All that tract or parcel of land situ
ate in Edgefield County South Caro
lina, containing six hundred and forty
two (642) acres, more or less, and
bounded on the north by lands ol' J no.
P.Daniel and W. J. Adams; on the
east by lands of the estate of Archie
Lewis, deceased ; on the south by lands
of J. B.Tom] kins and Mrs. Henrietta
Carter; and on the west by lands of
the estate of Mrs E. Nicholson and by
land of Mrs. Adeline DeVore.
TJORMS OF SALK:
One third cash, and the balance on a
credit of one and two j pars with in
terest from date of sale at the rate of
eight per cent, per annum. Purchaser
to g ve bund and a mortgage of the
premeses sold to r?cure tl e payment of
the credit portion or ali cish at pur-,
chasers option,mortgage to include tm
per cent for attorneys lees if brought
Purchiser to paj for papers.
W. F. ROATH,
Master, E. C. S. C.
April 5th 1904.
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
State and County Depositor}'
J. C. SHEPPARD, W. W. ADAMS,
J. H. BOUKNIGHT. J. A. BENNETT,
J. M. COBB, B. S. HOLLAND,
A. S. TOMPKINS. C. C FULLER,
VV. E. PRESCOTT.
FOR HALE : Four yokes
first-class oxeu. For furthpr
formation apply to
DR. J. H. SELF,
Self, S. C
J. C. SHEPPARD, President.
W. VV. ADAMS, Vice-Preridenf.
E. J. MIMS, Cashier
J, H. ALLEN, Ass't Cashier.
Pays interest on deposita by special
Money to loan on liberal term?.
Prompt and polite attention to bias
YOUR Account Solicited.
E. C. SMITH,
EDGBFIEL . S, O \
T> eth Extracted without Pain.
Fourteen Years Experience.
Office over Post Office
Fn-sh Quaker Oats at THE PENN
The big sale of 5 and 10c Laces,
Embroideries-Allover Laces, All
ovnr Emb?oiderie.^. Lovely Soft
Ribbou are among the special
things now at Cobb's Emporium
For Misses and Children's Hats
and lu ian t's Caps at prices that
are surprisingly low, go to
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?feM&; ' . '
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The fabrick are new, the cuts are new.
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MEN'S AND BOYS"
? ever seen in Augusta we mean just what we sa}', =
g and w? prove our every assertion. Stop every man 5
I you meet who looks well dressed and examine the =
* label in his coat and you'll be surprised to see how *
I many men are wearing our clothes. |
. WILLIE LEVY,
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Ladies Tailor Made Skirts from
50 to $6-00,
40 inch Lawns from 10 eta to 171
Mercerized Peques and Damasks
from lOcts. to oOcts.
WE are throwing the best line of Colored
Wash Goods ever shown in Edgefield.
Wool Voils' Ettamines, Batistes and Cheviots|
Everybody is most cordially invited to see our|
goods before buying, as most of our cotton goods)
are sold ona basis of 8 and iocts. cotton. Satisfac
tion given or your money back, OUR MOTTO.
JAS. E. HART
Get your Laundry in Tuesdays,
as dainty as
though hands other
than human had fashioned
Your business and if
will get it. We are going to have it.
Cnme to see us when in need of Dry Goods,
Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Etc. We can save you
Edgefield, S. C.
J. M. COBB'S
New Spring Goods.
Dress ?^et Tories.
SILK, LACES, and EMBROIDERIES.
Excells anything on the market for STYLE and
TfrRESS QHOES AND ggXIPPERS
WE are right up-to-date. Please give us a look^J"-T
g0- ?VE WILL PLEASE YOU.
WE are showing the largest stock of
Spring O lot liing",
Shoes, Hats and
WE bu}r only the best, of the lines we handle,
from the largest manufacturers in the country.
WE call especial attention to our large stock of
the newest shapes and colors in Hats.
[jgi^Let us show you.
PRICES AND QUALITY ARE RI HT
DORN ?fe MIMS,
SPE TJL.IL> SALE OF
New arrivals by every train hara put our many ihiprrents in apple pie
conditions so that a freshness and "pring like air pervading the whole store.
For the benefit of our many customers we will have a 15 days special
bargaia sale of our entire stock, commencing Saturday March 19th and con
tinuing to April 6th, all who expect their money to buy the greatest amount
of goods will not miss this special sale.
Calicoes and Muslins3^, 5and up
while the goods last.
36 inch Percal V/2, 8'? 10 worth 10 to
Ginghams 5,7)^ and lOcts.
Whil e Lawns cheaper than ever known
Check Muslins, Nainsooks'ind dimi
ties that cannot be matched in price
White Mercerized Goods for the Waist
Wash Silks for Waist for the Special
Bargain Sale 39 and 49 cts. worth 50
and 60 cts.
Read Made Waist, Percal Chambrag
and Silk 25c toS3.00 worth 50c to $5.00
Ready Made Skirts $1.00 to !(?5.00
Dress Goodi in all the new novelties.
A Specialty of Laces, Embroideries
and Dress Trimmings.
Embroidery 3J? to nOcts. yard extra
Valencicmes and Torschon Laces the
greatest variety ever shown.
Dress Trimmings in all the new novel
ties. You cannot appreciate these
Trimmings without coming and
looking them over.
.Jewelry in all the new novelties and
Lisle Silk and Kid Gloved and Mitts.
Large assortment of Hankerchiefs'. .
Hosiery in all the delicate stitched
Ladies, Collars, Cuffs. Belts. Corsita
Girdles, Combs, Brushes and Toilet
SHOES, Ladies' and Children's and Misses Dress Shoes
and Oxfords in the latest and best styles and makes or high
CLOTHING : In this line we can come nearer giving
$2.00 worth for $i.oo than any house in the south. Men'
Boy's and Children's Clothing and Pants. This 15 days o .
Special Bargain will be the greatest red letter day thats ever
been seen in Edgefield.
JgJpDon't fail to come to see us.
J. W. PEAK
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Old Sorts, Itching Piles,
26 AND 60 CENTS A BOX.
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