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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1904.
THE H-U -MA-NI-C "SHOE"
ia a creation of modern blain,
bearing exactly fitted to the mus
cles and -ontliues of the foot.
Yet-this is rio help to you unless
you are wearing a pair. The in
stantaneous touch of the H-u
ma-ni-c teaches you a new lesson
in foot comfort for sale at the
For the best smoke in t
n go to
Bu?Bft's Selected Seed Irish Po
tatoes, shipped direct from to farm
t o THE PENN DRUG STORE.
200 beautiful Rugs and Arti
Squares going from 25c to $10.00 j
at Cobb's -
A large supply of School Books
always on baud at reasonable
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
I have just received a full sup
ply of Untrimmed Hats, Ribbons
nnd Trimmings, and can suit the
? tastes of the moBt fastidious dress
ers. My prices are very reasona
MISS MARY BUFORD
We have in stock a full line of
Iron, Enameled and Brass Beds,
nith Springs to fit.
RAMSEY & JONES.
Nunnally's Candies just received
by express at THE PENN DRUG
Latest Shapes and Correct
Forms in W. B. & R. & G." Corsets
25c to $1.00 at COBB'S.
Heinz's celebrated Dressings aud
Pickles, both iu bottles and in bulk |
TEE PENN DRUG STORE.
Ladies don't failjto call and Boe
J. M. Cobb's lovely Easter Dress I
Skirts $1.25 to $6.00.
A large assortment of the newest
styles and shapes iu the Ladies
Ready-to-wear Hats and Pattern
Hats are now displayed at
MISS MARY BUFORD'S.
Lovely Etimine Voilles in black,
cream, white and fancy colors,
Black and White Batiste, Melrose
ai.d solids from 25 to-50c, " "all
wool and yard wide," aro the rage
Fresh Drugs of all kinds can be
bad at our store at very reasonable
Large stock of Trunks, Valises,
.Rugs, Lap Robes, Etc. . Get our
MMVr?> ' ?- RAMSEY. &JONES.
' We want to fill your Prescrip
^fi?ris. Only fresh drugs are used.
Our prices are right.
- TIMMONS BROS. .
s Why go to the trouble and ex
pense of making cakes at home
when you eau buy delightful fancy
crackers that are fresh at
THE PENN PRUG STORE
JuBt received a car load of "Old
Hickory" and "Blue Grass" wagons
and two car loads of "Rock Hill"
and "Hackney" buggies. We want
to sell you:
RAMSEY & JONES
Tba meicerized Chambrays,
Ginghams; Madras and Linen sel
ling for 8 and 10c at J. M. COBR'S
are wonderful bargains.
. 805 Broad Street.
W. B. YOUNG, - - - President
J. G. WEIGLB, - - - - Cashier
SAVINGS ACCOUTS SOLICITED
Interest Paid ou Deposits.
Gents, get yourselves an "Elk
brand" Hat, color gcod, style cor
rect, and price low down.
J. M. COBB.
Just received Heinz's Pickles,
Dressings and pure Cider Vinegar.
Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
and cheerfulness soon
disappear when the kid
neys are out of order
Kidney trouble has
become so prevalent
that it is not uncommon
. for a child to be born
^afflicted with weak kid
neys. If the child urin
ates too often, if the
urine scalds the flesh or If. when the child
reaches an age .when it should be able to
control the passage, it is yet afflicted with
bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of
tte diffltulty ls kidney trouble, and the first
step should.be towards the treatment of,
these important organs. This unpleasant
trouble ts due,to a diseased condition of the
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
most people suppose.
Women ashwell as men are made mis
erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of
Sw&mp-Root is soon realized. It ls sold
.by druggists, ih fifty
cent and one" dollar ?
sizes. You may have a I
sample bottle by mail
free, also pamphlet tell- Mom? ct 8r.mp.Root.
lng all about;Jt; including many of the
thousands of/iestlmor.ial letters received
from sufferers'-.cHired. In writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Btagh^hton, N. Y.j be sura and
mention this papar.
Where to Worship-4th Sunday.
Rev. P, B. Lanham will preach at
Mt. Zion on Sunday morning.
Rev, T. P. Burgess will preach at
Johns!on on Sunday morning and at
Trenton in the afternoon.
Rev. J. T. Miller will preach at
Dorban on Sunday morning and at
(.'lark's Hill in the afternoon. .
Rev. P. P. Blalock will preach at
the mill chapel on Sunday morning.
Rev. B.P. Mitchel will preach at
Parksville on Saturday and Sunday
Rev. Marvin Auld will preach at
Trenton on Sunday morning
Rev J T Littlejohn will preach at
Antioch on Sunday morning
Distinguished N orthern Visitors.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Temple Em
mett, of New York, accompanied
by their three children, arrived in
Edgetield on Thursday last to be
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ber
rien Walker for a fortuigbt. Mr.
Emmett is a wealthy capitalist of
New York and is a lineal descend
ent of Robert Emmett, the Irish
patriot, whose name is indelibly
written upon the pages of history,
Mrs. Emmett is a grand-daughter
of John Jacob Astor, which family
bas for several generations been
leaders in the social and financial
circles of the metropolis. Edge
field cordially welcomes these-cul
tured visitors within her-borders
and we trust that our salubrious
?l?mate will cause them to tarry
long among us, and will induce
them to return again and again.
New Council Installed.
The old town council retired on
Friday afternoon last after ad
ministering the oath of office to
the incoming couucil which is
composed of C. E. May, mayor,
and B. J. Crocker, J. W. Thomp
8MI, J. P. Couch, Wv E. Holstou,
C A Griffin and A A|Glover, alder
men. The new council thereupon
went into ?executive Bession for
the purpose of electing a clerk and
treasurer and two marshals. Up
on motion of Mr. B. J. Crooker,
who has Berved as clerk and treas
urer for several years, Mr. W. E.
Holstou was unanimously elected
to this position. Messrs. C. H.
Anderson and T. J. Paul were cho
sen as marshals. When there are
no cases to be tried aad no busi
ness of unusual importance is to
considered, the new council will
hold its meetings at night. This
will enable ah to attend without
Change of Schedule.
A long longed-for cbange-ih the
schedule, fixing the departure of
the early morning train at a later
hour, has at last been inaugurated,
becoming effective on Suuday last
The train which heretofore left
Columbia at 3:30 a. m., arriving at
Augusta at 7:50 a. m., now leaves
Columbia at 5:30 a.. m., aud
reaches Augusta at 9:50. The
train which heretofore left Edgi
field in the morning at 6 o'clock
and was scheduled to return at 9:16
now leaves at 8 and is due. to re
turn ai 11:10. This change will
be heartily welcomed by the travel:,
ling.pubiic, enabling one to.rise at
the-'usual'hour' and get breakfast
before departing for a day'B jour
ney; TheD, too, those who reside
some distauce in the countryman
reach Edgefield in time foi the de
parture of the morning train with
out haviug to lose half a night's
sleep. There has bren no change
in the schedule of the afteruoou
trains. The Scutbern can be re
lied upon to make the best possi
ble schedules for its patrons.
Te Shut Down? Never.
It has been rumored, not stated
upon authority, that work at the
Parkhill quarry would be discon
tinued after a few months on ac
count of the fact that the appro
priation for the government works
at Jacksonville, where the stone is
being shippad, was nearly exhaus
ted. Were there any ground for
such a report we trust that it will
be removed, as tbe House commit
tee on rivers arid harbors has
completed a bill carrying an ap
propriation^ $3,000,000 to be used
for the maintenance of channels,
and for river and harbor improve
ments. It would be quite a blow
to our town, especially for the
spring and summer season, to
have the quarry shut down.
The $2,000 or $2500 that are paid
out fortnightly for labor serve as
a splendid lubricator, making
the wheels cf business move along
smoothly. We doubt, too, wheth
er the closiug of the quarry would
improve the local labor condition.
A vast majority of the men em
ployed at present are not of the
farm hand class,- but bave been
upon quarry and public works of
various natures for years an?
would not remaiu here were they
thrown out of employment. We
trust that this work will go on and
on, and the shafts will go deeper
and deeper till they shall be so
deep as to undermine the" founda
tions of the Chinese wall. Then
that would involve ue. in a war
with the Moogolions, bul with
Capt. John J. Cain in command
of the Parkhill forbes all would
Letter to Prof. 1\ N. K. Bailey
Dear Sir: You are a teacher:
here's one for your boys :
If the painting costs two or
three times as much ae the paint,
and one paint goes twice as far
as another, how much are those
two paints worth?
If D^voe is worth $1.50 or $1.75
a gallon, how much is the other
How much is a gallon of paint
The answer is: Depends on the
The reason is: paint isn't al
ways paint. There ara true and
false paint and shortmeasure.
How much is a short-measure
gallon worth? How much is falee
paint worth? How much is Devoe
There are millions a year in the
answer to this last one."
P. W. DEVOE.
47 New York.
THE EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE Co.
Fewer gallons; wears longer;Devoe.
Every Democratic club in the
county should meet on Saturday
Miss Linie M imshas been spen
ding several days with relatives at
Mrs. E. E. Adams has returned
after a very pleasant visit of sever
al months to relative? in southern
There is only one 'ule to observe
if you want to live long, and that
is to let the other fi How do the
MeBBrs. W. W. Adams, S. A.
BxunsonandJ. N. Fair loft fer
Greenville ou Monday to attend
the United StateB court as jurors.
Cast your ballot in the primary
on Saturday next for the man who,
in your judgment, will make the
Mr. and Mrs. B. B.Jones are so
journing at Glenn Springs, drink
ing the health giving water right
from its source.
Mr. S. L. Burts, of Charlotte,
spent Friday and Saturday in
Edgefield with his brother, Rev.
C. E. Burts.
Handsome Buist Anderson
came over with the South Caroli
na ba&e ball team on Thursday
last, returning to his studies on
Mr. W. A. Hart has opened np a
new and attractive stock of neer
ebah.dise in the Norris building.
He is receiving new goods almost
We want the ladies to call and
see our Oil Stoves for Cooking.
THE EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE Co.
Up to this writing only thirty
four candidates have announced
in Barnwell county. The babies,
poor things, will have a nard time
The twenty-seventh annual State
Sunday School convention will be
held at the Washington;. Street
Methodist church?irf Columbia oh; -
May t he 2nd a nd 4?? . ' . :
'Miss Carrie BelJef^Tim merman,
a very pretty young lady from
Grauiteville, has been spending
several days in Edgefield as a guest
of Mw. E. S. Johnson.
One of the most attractive adver
tisements that has ever appeared
iu our colums is the Corner Store's
advertisement in this issue. Look
it up and read it.
Prof. Walter E. Vest, an alum
nus of William and Mary college,
visited the S. C. C. I., on Satur
day last. Prof. Vest is a native of
Virginiabut is now the principal
of the graded school at Lykealand.
Top: Dressing and Nitrate of
Soda for Grain.
THE EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE Co.
Mr. Lewis Jones and his accom
plished bride spent Saturday and
Sunday in Edgefield with bi?
grandmother, Mrs. R. M. Jones.
His many friends regret that his
stay was so short.
Mies Rebecca Wideraan, a beau
tiful and very accomplished
young lady who is teaching near
Clark's Hill, spent Saturday aud
Sunday last in our town ac the
hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Peak.
Mr. R, W. Timmone is making
rapid headway in the erection of
his new residence. Being quite a
mechanical genius, Mr. Timmons
is superintending the work him
self, having several carpenters em
pioyed under him.
Do you wonder why the S. C. C.
I. girls are BO pretty and have such
roBy cheeks ? It is because they
participate freely in out-of-door
exeroisee. Their favorite pastime
during recreation hours are tennis
I am closing out ail Ready-to
wear hats at greatly reduced prices
in order to make room for my
trimmed hats. Call early and get
MISS MARY BUFORD.
That gallant old veteran of the
"Lost Cause", Sheriff W. H. Ouzts,
fttvi 'unces this week for re-elec
tion to the office of Sheriff of Edge
field County. To pen a formal in
troduction of Sheriff Ouzts is a
waste of words, for so well does he
know the seventeen hundred vo
ters of-thia county that beean call
them ttl] by name. His real worth
and fitness for this office have
been proven by years of faithful
service. He cordially solicits a
continuance of the aupport of his
friends, who are legion.
On Sunday afternoon last the
house near tho trestle, belonging
to Miss Oou Bouknight, was burn
ed. Crevaiier, the colored barber,
occupied the house but no one was
there when the fire broke out, It
caught presumably from a defec
tive stove flue. The flames made
such rapid headway before the
engine arrived that it was impos
sible to save the building. The
house was insured for $200 in the
agency of Messrs. Griffiu & Mims.
Yielding to the urgent requests
of his friends Judge W. F. Roath
has consented to stand for re-elec
tion to tho office of Master in Equi
ty and formally announces his
candidacy this week. It is useless
lo pen a line in connection with
this announcement, for the.voters
of the county know Judge Roath
and knowing him it will bea pleas
ure for them to cast their ballots
for him. No better man could be
found in the county, state or Uni-j
Let the ADVERTISER job^office do
your printing. ''. . . / 'V:1
Read Mr C E. May's Open
Letter to the Edgefield shoppers.
Miss Birdie Schenk, daughter
cf Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Schenk,
is in Greenwood sewing with Mrs.
All cf the merchants of our
t)wn have agreed to close their
storeB at 7 o'clock from May the
1st to Septemder J st, Saturday s
"Man proposes, but God dispo
ses," tha proverb says. But judging
from the great number of old bach
elors that are still left, xman does
not propose enough around here,.or
else he generally gets kicked.
The regular fourth Sunday
evening union service will be held
oil Sunday evening next at our
Methodist church. Rev. T. P.
Burgess, the l.eloved pastor of^he
Presbyterian church, will preach
on this occasion.
FOR SALE: A good cheap
mule. Apply to me at my home.
S. B. MAYS.
In justice to Mr. W. Holloway
Harling we will say that contrary
to his wishes and without his con
sent h is name was put forward as
a candidate for alderman from tho
first ward in the recent munic
ipal election. Mr. Harling was
not a candidate for the place.
It is said of a certain young
man who recently fell in love with
a beautiful young lady, that
when he learned that she recipro
cated his passion he felt as though
be were titting on top of a meetr
ing house and every shiugle was a
The president of the Red Hill
Democratic club has requested us
to urge the members of the club to
meeton Saturday afternoon next
for the purpose of re-organizing
and electing delegates to the coun
ty convention which meets on the
2nd bf May.
now ready to
; Just as faii>t heart never
fair lady, so a faltering, wavering
unstable candidate will never wiri,
a fal office. Do you contemplate,
running for office? Then show
your colors and enter the race with
all your might and main, as -if
your welfare here and hearafter
depended upon tha result.
If you have any old furniture
which you prize very highly but
have been forced to lay it < aside
because it has been badly abused
and broken, send it to Mr, W. S.
Covar. He recently purchased
some heavy mahogany chairs,
which were cast aside because
they were somewhat out of repair,;
aud has made them as strong arid;
look as new as the day they were
turned out of the factory. Mr-r Co
var can^make your old furnjtijre
Mr. W. Ellery Sheppard; the
first candidate fro n the northwest
ern portion of our county, an
nounces his candidacy for the
office of Couutv Treasure.. This
gentleman is well qualified to fill
this position of honor and trust.
He is upright, honeBt and one
whose aim in life has been, to live
up to the golden rule. Should Mr.
Sheppard be chosen by the people
to fill this position his adminis
tration will;be one of which he and
bis friends will be justly proud.
He has many zealous fnecds who
will talk for and work for hie suc
cess at the polls. .
Nothing else so beautifies or en
hances t he appearance of a town
as newly painted homes. Mr. R.
C. Padgett has just had his pretty
cottage home ou Jeter street; new
ly painted, bemg the handiwork
of those skillful painters, Messrs.
Luther Paul and Lewis Covar.
Hon. J. C. Sheppard is abo hav
ing his elegant home repainted. It
is to be hoped ^that th'8 house
paiuting -fever * will bpcome epi
demic, spreading from house to
Hon. Thos H. Rainsford formal
ly aunouuees this week as a candi
dato for the State senate. Having]
served as an able and active mem
bers of the House fora number of
yeais, Mr. Raiusford is well quali
fied and equipped for the duties
that devolve upon a state senator.
He has always been a champion
of those things which he believed
would promote the welfare of the
masses. Mr. Rainsford holds the
confidence and esteem of the peo
ple of our county, who have de-1
lighted to honor him in the past.
Like the running brook, the
red blood that flows'through
the veins has to come from
The springs of red blood are
found in the soft core of the
bones called the marrow and
some say red blood also comes
from the spleen. Healthy bone
marrow and healthy spleen
are full of fat.
Scott's Emulsion makes new
blood by feeding the bone
marrow and the spleen with j
the richest of all fats, the pure
cod liver oil.
"For pale school girls and j
invalids and for all whose,
blood is thin and pale, Scott's
Emulsion is * pleasant anid rich 1
blood food. It not only feeds
the blood-m lng organs but
gives them -ength to' do
their proper \ k.
Send fot sample.
SCOTT & Bi E, Chemist*
*09%H5 Pearl Street, New York,
c-c. aaJS' "... H ru christi.
ata?a ?BM '??gttL?b
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
The friends of Capt. N." G.
Evans announce him this week
as a candidate for Solicitor of tho
Fifth Judicial Circuit. His long
years of experience as a successful
lawyer and his thorough knowledge
of criminal law fit Capt. Evans
'well for the duties of Solicitor
'Should he be chosen he will fill
thc ponition very ably and credi
t?bl}\ Capt. Evans is not only pop
ular in his home county but has
many active friends throughout
The firBtcandidate to announce
for legislative honors is B. E.
Nicholson, Esq., whose card ap
pears elsewhere in our columni?.
Notwithstanding the fact that Mr.
Nicholson is one of the youngest
members of the Edgefield bar he
is forging rapidly to the front io
-his profession. He is a deep aud
logical thinker, a fluent and ready
speaker and would represent Edge
field county with credit and ability
iu the legislative _ halls.. Bpi nor ?
ing in hie
be safe in .
M. P. WE
S. M. SM
WE HAVE IT.
WE satisfy all kind of
and varied you have no 1:
want, the kind of suit you jj
as to cut.
Then there is the prii
thing about our suits, qualit
WE sell only for CAS
long credit price. Then tc
count of 10% for your trad
Give us a look o
J. B. WHY]
While the lady teachers are
making rapid progress with their
preparations for the graded school
commencement, which will occur
one sveek before the college com
mencement, Col. Bailey is buBy
making arrangements for the an
nual college commencement. Rev.
John Ba68 Shelton, pastor of the
First Baptist church of Chester,
S. C., will preach the commence
ment sermon on the first Sunday
in June and Re/. A. S. Thomas,
rector of the Episcopal church of
Darlington, will preach the annual
sermon before the college Y. M. C.
A. Mr. D. A. Tompkins will de
liver the literary address on Wed
nesday evening, June the 8th. The
address before the Alumni-Alum
nae Association will be delivered
on Tuesday morning, June 7tb, by
S. E. Smith, Etq., who is now en
gaged in the practice of law at
Union, S. C.
Full line School Books, School
Supplies, Pencils, Tablets, etc., at
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
~ Buy your boy a suit of the cele
brated Jane Hopkins boys cloth
ing, fit and wear guaranteed, $1.25
to $5.00. J. M. COBB.
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.
Young Diieu, come to our store
for fresh candy for your lady love.
We have a complete line of
Fancy and Staple Groceries. Try
our Teas and Coffres aud you will
always use them.
What is more delightful for
breakfast or supper than Pickled
Pigs'Feet. We have them.
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
Testimony of a Minister.
Rev. Jno. S. Cox, of Wake, Ark.,
writea, "For 12 years I su tiered
from Yellow Jaundice. I consult
ed a number of physicians and
tried all sorts of medicine.', but
got no relief. Then I began the
use of Electric Bitters and feel
that I am now cured of a diseape
thal had me ?D ifs grasp for twelve
years." If you want n reliable
medicine for tho Liver and Kid
ney ttouble, stomach disorder or
general debility, get Electric Bit
ters. It's guaranteed by The Penn
Drug Store. Only 50c.
Victory in E'efeat.
The contest between the South
Carolina college and the S. C. C.
I. baae ball teams on Thursday
last was the most interesting game
ever played on the local diamond.
Notwithstanding the fact that the
score st >od 8 to 7 in favor of- Oar
olina, it is generally conceded
that our boye-and all Edgefield
isjjstly prout of them-played
the best ball. The Carolina team
struck out 15 while the S. C. C. I
lost only 5. Carolina made 5 errors
and the S. C. C. I. only 3. Caroli
na made only 7 base hits while the
S. C. C. I. made ll. The visiting
team had the advantage of beiug
trained by an experienced and
paid coach while our boys ''picked
up" what they knew. The g. C. C.
I. team is composed of Tedards, c;
Posey, p; Eason, 1 b; Ouzts, 2 bi
Busaey. 3 b; Faust, ss; Asbmorei
rf ; Crosby,cf ; Sawyer, If; four ol
them beiug Edgefield county boys.
Sam Posey's left-handed balls
that travelled as if they had been
shot from a rifle-struck terror to
Carolina's battery. Ouzts, Ash
more, Bussey, in fact, the whole
team played excellent ball. Had
our boys indulged in certain
"tricks of the game" the score
would have beeu vastly in their
favor. The game wa* impartially
umpired by Messrs. W, W. Shep
pard and S. M. Smith. The S. C.
C. I. team can play ball-?0 say
the Carolina DOVA.
Ladies it is to your interest lo
eeo th?: lovely mercerized effects
in White Piques, Oxford, Mulls
and Persian Goods 10 to 50cts at
J. M. COBB'S.
Photographs in latest Spring
and Summer styles OQ the new
and beautiful cards are on exhi
bition at. the gallery-Call and
WE FIT ALL
taste. Our stock is large 1
rouble to find what you 1
vant,., the style you want?
:e, that is the smallest |
y considered. |
H, thereby saving you a |
jo, we allow you a elis-s
e we want,
ver before you buy.
?B & CO'S,
Broke Into His House.
S. Le Quinn of Cavendish, Vt.,
was robbed of bis customary
health by invasion of Chronic Con
stipation. When Dr. King's New
Life rills broke into his house,
his trouble was arrested and now
he's entirely cured. They're guar
anteed to cure, 55c at The Penn
PROF. P. M. WHITMAN,
209 7th Street - Augusta, Qa.
GIVES FREE EYE TESTS for all do
fects of sight. Grinds the proper
glasees and WARRANTS them.
Lenses ?it into your frame while yon wait.
-REE OF CHARGE , medicine^or glasses
WE are oft
mour Fertilizer ^
the Roys ter Bra
Soda and other i
WE are no\
Meal, Cern, Flo
WE are rea
ing and Heatin
WE carry s
Vehicles of all k
Coffins and Und
Agents for '.
i THE FARMERB BANK
OF EDGEFIELD S. c.,
1 STATE AND COUNTY DEPOSITORY
THE LARGEST AND STRONGEST BANK IN EDGEF*-*'- -T' H
Paid up Capital..$ 58,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits. 22,000.00
Liability cf StocJcJioldcrs. 58,000.00
Protection to Depositors.$138,000.00
We invite attention of those desiring a safe depositoryTor their money to the above
facts. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS BY SPECIAL CONTRACT.
Unds r provision of its cha rter this bank is authorized to act as trustee, guardian
administrator and executor, and to aoccptand execute trusts generally.
A. E. PADGETT, President ?\ H RAIN?-.F.mD, Vice-Pre
J. L. CAUGIIMAN, Cashier. W. H. IIARLING, Asst.-Cashio
Murray's Horehound Mullein and Tar is composed of the
most effective remedies known for curing coughs, colds, la
grippe, sore throat and aJl affections due to inflamed aud irri
tated condition of the air passages. It is prcmpt in afford
ing relief and certain in its effect of hastening a cure.
may be used to advantage in canes where other medicines
have failed. It is pleasant, purely vegetable and absolutely
safe for old and young. Nothing else like it in all the world.
lt should have a place in every house, ready at hand when
ueoded. Parents will find its effect magical in cases of croup.
It has remarkable virtue in controlling the paroxysms of
Pries 25c. Guaranteed satisfactory to everv purchaser.
J5^-W. F. SAMPLE of Saluda County, and
H.H. SCOTT, JR., of Edgefield County are witlrrus:
and want to see you.
AN OPEN LETTER
Po OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS:
ON April nth we inaugurate what we termed a Red
Letter Cut Price Cash Sale. During this sale our store was
:ro\vded with larger buyers who were simply astonished at
:he beautiful goods we have in stock at such low prices.
WE intended to get the regular prices at the expiration
nf this time, but feeling that our efforts was appreciated, we
lave decided not to change the prices, though the margin is
?mall.. You will have therefore the same opportunity to buy
yoods at a little above the cost of production that you did
[luring this ten clay sale.
OUR aim is to furnish those who favor us with their
)atronage, with the newest and best goods at' the lowest
trices possible. Any one wishing to procure Dry Goods,
Notions, Shoes, etc. Should not fail to examine our stock
before buying. Tho Red T *tter Sale is over, but the prices
will not be changed. We will take pleasure in showing any
me through whether they wish to purchase or not.
Come and be convinced that we are not trying to de
A <D. ?X MAY.
.the Year 1904.
sting to the Farmers a full Line - of Com
rs. We sell Goods Manufactured by Ar
kVorks, Navassa Guano Company, Georgia
>, and Columbia Guano's Goods known as
nds. These goods have analysed ABOVE
EE. We also sell Muriate of Potash,Nitrate of
ngredients for Home Mixing of Fertilizers.
,v offering at low prices in any quanity Meat,
ur, Molasses, Rice Meal, Fine Feed, Hay
upplies of every kind. Our Stock of .Tobac
d Smoking-is large and Prices Lower than
r Stock of Case Goods, and Can Goods.
dy to supply you with your Stoves,--Cook
g-Hardware^' Nails, Plowstocks, Plow
i full line of Furniture, Wagons, Buggies and
inds, Harness Leather, also a full line of
d inspect our Stock and you will buy.
ale and l?<etail