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WEDNESDAY, MAY 4,19J4.
Card nf Thanks
-." MR. EDITOR: Please'p mit mt
-through your columns to thank
the voters of Edgefiekl County
who supported me in the recen*
tjection for Congress.
My disappointment in defeat
for the unexpired term makes me
feel the more grateful to those who
stood by me, ana I hopn that it
the future I may he able to de
monstrate the same;
. I accept the present situation
with all the grace that a man, and
good democrat should, aiid bow to
the will of those of my fellow
citizens who were not in a posi
tion to support me.
Assuring the peopfc of the Se
cond District aod the State , at
large that my interest in their
welfare ana in good government
is undiminished by defeat.
I ara; Sincerely,
L. J. WILLIAMS.
Le.t 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 xfc JONES.
Notice is hereby given that on
Saturday the 7th day of the pre
vent month, The Washington Aid
and Burial Society will apply to
the Secretary of Slate fora char
ter in accordance with the pro
visions of fhe law io this State iu
'sacn case made aud provided.
May 3rd. 1904.
'J. D. ADAMS, Secretary.
? 200 beautiful Rugs and Arti
Squares going from 25c to $10.00
FOR SALE : Four good milch
cowsjvith young calves. Apply to
me at my home.
S. B. NICHOLSON.
Fresh supply of "Force", Gra^e
Efuts, Oatmeal, etc.; at
TEE PENN DRUG STORE.
Gen's, .get yourselves an "Elk
brand" Hat. color'gcod, style cor
rect, and price low-down.
J, M. COBB.
..There is no need lo bake cakes
at home when you can como to our
I store and get delightful cakes and
. crackers that are fresh.
. Latest Shapes and Correct.
Forms in W. B. & R: & G. Corsets
25c to $1.00 at COBB'S. .
Have you tried our- syrup ?
Genuine Georgia Cane syiup and
-"^^~rrrl~?trjeT^arieties always on hand.
' _ TIMMONS BROS.
Large stock of Trunks, Valises,
Rugs, Lap Robes, Etc Get our
RAMSEY & JONES.
Prescriptions accurately com
pounded. None but fresh diugs
We want the housewives to know
that they caD get Cheese Sand
wiches, Butter Thin Biscuits, Five
o'clock Teas, Social Teas and other
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
Just received ? Car load of "Old
Hickory" and "Blue Grass" wagons
and two car loads of "Rock Hil
and "Hackney" buggies. We want j
to sell you.
RAMSF & JONES.
Unhealthy Kidneys Hake Impure Blood.
All the blood in your body passes through
your kidneys once every, three minutes.
The kidneys are your
blood purifiers, they fil
ter out the waste or
impurities in the blood.
If they are sick or out
of order, they fail to do
Pains, aches and rheu
matism come from ex
cess of uric acid in the
blood, due to neglected
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
heart beats, and makes one feel as though
they had heart trouble, because the heart is
over-working in pumping thick, kidney
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
It used to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
but now modern science proves that nearly
ali constitutional diseases have their begin
ning in kidney trouble.
If you are sick you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and tho extraord nary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is
?on reallied, lt stands the highest for its
wonderful cures- >f the most distressing cases
and is sold oa its merits
by all druggists I h fifty- ?
cent and one-dol Ur siz- j
es. You may (lave a
Sample bottle b| ' mail Homo of &w*mp-Boot.
(ree, also pamphlet telling you how to find
out If you have -kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this'paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
fe Co., Bingham ton. N. V,
Cotton ia high but Ice is cheap.
I Bolioit a liberal patronage, I am
DOW ready to 611 al! order?.
. 805 Broad Street.
W. B. YOUNG; - - - P-enident
T- G. WEIG.TJZ, - - - - ? Cashier
SAVINGS ACCOpTS SOLICITED
Interest Paid on. Deposits.
An Untimely Death.
Just as he was about tc enter
upon tho threshold of promising
young manhood the bright FOO of
Mr. aud Mrs. J. 0. Carpenter died
on Tuesday morning last ?D his 18
rh year. Although Albert^was of
strong constitution and the hot
blood <?f youth coursed his veins
he could not successfully cope
with that dreadVdisease, pneumo
nia. This young lad was highly es
teemed and much beloved by all
who knew him, by'young and old
alike. The mortal remains were
laid to rest at Mt. Zion church on
Wednesday laFt, the Rev. P. B.
Lanham officiating at the funeral.
A Very Beautiful JReceptiou.
When preparations were being
made for the entertainment of the
ladies who were to represent the
Columbia District iu the recent
Conference, it was suggested that
the Methodist Mi6sipuary Society
lei der a receution to the guests.
When Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cobb
beard of tbis they asked that they
be permitted to entertain the dele
gates in their own home aud as
their own guests. Thu ?.Eceful
invitation so cordially ..dnred
was accepted and whe hcur
arrived for the adjournment, of
the bush ess session at the Metho
dist church on Saturday afternoon
the guests begau to assemble, an
ticipating-a delightful eveuiug at
this hospitable'home. No one was
disappointed, nor could they be,
with so much of courtesy and at
tentions showered upon them.
"And the stiangers in their midsl
were one among them."
The most tempting refresh
ments were served in abundance
and \ariety. Mrs, Cobb was as
sisted iu receiving by Mrs. George
B. Harris of Henderson, N. C.,
Mrs. Robert Ballowe and' Mrs.
John R. Tompkins. The minds
of all will revert, to this occasion
as one of the nappiest remini's
cenc38 of the past.
The Columbia District Co ?fer
euce of the Woman's Foreign mis
sionary societies of the Methodist
church which met in. Edgefield
from Friday evening through Sun
day, has passed iuto history. The
presence among us of these women
devoted to the service of the Mas
ter, was an inspiration, and an
incentivo to greater achievements,
and their influence will he a ben
ediction to many women for years
The first session, on Friday even
ing, was composed of the addres
ses of welcome by Mrs. Emma
Auld of the Methodist church,
which was responded to by Miss
Kate Glenn of Columbia. R^v. Mr.
I-nrts welcomed the delegates in
behalf of ?he Woman's Mission
Society of the Baptist church. Mrs.
MarkTcney, the district secretary,
On Saturday .'morning the
Conference assembled and
after devotioral exercises by Mrs.
Humbert the president of the state
work, the reports were heard from
the various adult and juvenile
societies. Of the forty odd socie
ties iu the district about twenty
five \v?;re represented.' The re
ports from mos' of th.* delegates
were excellent, and over fifteen
huudred dollars was reported as
having been collected fortheyear,
from the District, showing au in
crease over the precediug year.
Saturday afternoon, from three
tofi^e, waa devoted to various sub
jects and suggestions of interest,
the discussion of which was bene
ficial to these present. At five
o'clock tjbe visiting delegates raid
other invited guests repaired to
the bolte of Mr. and Mrs. J. M
Cobb, where a reception to the
guests was tendered by the host
and hostess of this hospitable
Sunday morning, the Isl of
May, dawned fair aud bright, the
fairest day of the season. The
Methodist church ha3 hardly beon
so crowded before as on this oc
casion. The congregations of all
the denominations here assembled
and joined with the good people of
the Methodist church in welcom
ing the strangers into their midst,
and iu showiug the fraternal spir
it. The Rev. Mr. Turnipseod, of
the Aiken church, preached the
Missionary sermon from the text
"Freely ye have received, freely
give." With a fine voice, splendid
delivery, good arguments enforced
by scripture, aud a zeal aud
warmth boru ot a love for the
great cau&e of missions, this bro
ther was instrumental in estab
lishing those with weak convic
tions and gave more courage to the
strong. Tbe special music was a
jubilate sung by Mr. and Mrs.
Cobb and Mrs. John Tompkius.
The offeratory was a much appre
ciated voca! solo rendered by Mrs.
Tompkins. Sunday afteruoou at
4 o'clock the missionary mass
meetiug was held for the especial
instruction of the children-. Miss
Coy Wood welcomed the visiting
Juvenilt?, and the response was
made by Miss Crouch of Bates
burg. Mrs. Humbert's excellent
talk to the children, which was
the feature of the afternoon, was
equally enjoyed by young and
old. Sunday evening after a sea
son of' most interesting services
the conference adjourned, and will
assemble next year at Grantville.
F, A- M.
Jolly, good-natured Mr. A A.
Edmunds, better known as1 Gus
Edrauuds, who has been a member
of the board of County Commis
sioner, comes forward as a candi
date for re-election. He ho3 been
faithful in his attendance upou
the meetings of the board and io
the performance of the duties per
taining thereto, and has looked
after the roads, eic., in so far as it
became his duty to' do so. Gus
will seeal! the people ip du,e rea
son. He < an shake as mauy hands
and kiss as many babies as any
body but, being a vary small and
modest mau, he can't eat much
I L0?ML NGY\
Fewer gallons; wears longer
Read of Ibe May specials
Cobb Dry Goods Em pori UL
"Rev. T. P. Burgess attem
South Caroliua Presbytery s
HOD. L. J. WiHiarns slat
itively lhathe will be a eau
for Cougress for the regular
Mrs. C. B. Blalock re turo
Friday last after a pfolonge(
to relatives at Troy and Au
Mr. W. A. Reckling, the
tographer, svill be at the c
1 again on the otb, 6th aud 1
Miss Emma Griffin, of Mi
isvisitiDgiu Edgefield a
home of her aunt, Mrs. Or
Judge N. L. Bruuson hole
most a continuous session o
court and dispenses justice
a?i even hand.
We want the Jodies to cal
see our Oil Stoves for "?ookiu
THE EDGEFIELD MERCANTIL
Mr. R. T. Scurry was re-el?
beer dispeuBer ,by Ihe cc
board on Friday las! without
Miss Mamie Lake returue<
Edgefiwld on Saturday last
spending some mouths in
mingham aud Augusta.
Misses Irene and Ruth Fi
and Mn*. J. N. Robertson s
Saturday arri Sunday with 1
sister, Mrs. W. A. B ?J. .
The Supervisor's quarterly
port has been handed us by
efficient clerk, Mr. Jack A. ]
for publication. It will api
HOD. J. P. Bean, thaD w
there are few, if any, who
more learned in parliamen
law, presided a t the county <
veution with marked ability.
Court convened at Saludi
Monday. Solic^or Thurmond,
G. Evans, S. Mc G. Simkins
S. M. Smith of the Edgefield
are iu attendance.
If you want the best cigars
tobaccos, and 'of course you
THE PENN DRUG STORI
Mrs. Willie Duncan is spenc
some time with her sisters, ^
Dr. J. if; Tompkins and Mrs. J.
DeVore. Mr. Duncan also sr.
Saturday and Sunday last ?D EC
Governor Heyward has appo:
ed two delegates, Mr. Mark To
and W. P. Calhoun Esq., to rej.
sent Edgofield county at the C
Growers' Convention to be heh
Jacksonville on thd 6th and
Can't the good women of Cok
bia District be induced to hold
of their missionary confere:ices
Edgefield? The coming amt
us of these consecrated and vi
zealous Christian women haB bt
a eweet benediction to the ent
Mepers. I. C. Levy's Son ? I
of Augusta, call the attention
our readers to their mail order <
p'artment. The gentlemen who co
pose this old aud very relia
clothing firm are upright and he
est, and what they say eau be <
pended Uj on. Read their new i
vertisemeut in this i?sue.
Mr. N. W. Carrington has ji
painted a very large and beautii
drop-curtain for tho auditorii
at the college. Those who ha
seen it pronounce it to be a n
work of art. Heretofore the lack
a curtain has detracted great
from the enteitainmeuts tbat ha
been held at the college. Oue
one these necessary fixtures a;
furnishings are beiug added.
A large assortment of the newe
styles in Untrimmed Hats has j o
been receivnd, al60 a great varie
of the most stylish *naterials f
trimming the hats. I invi'e tl
ladies to call to see them.
MISS MARY BUFORD.
Maj. R. S. Andereon announc
this week that he is a candida
for the office of Bberif? of Edgofie
county. While he has, so for as oi
information goesr never filled
public office yet he is thorough
familiar with the duties of the oi
to which he aspires and would fl
it ably, creditably and satisfactoi
ly. Maj. Anderson not only did a
tive service in the late war but w?
conspicuous for his gallantry au
Letter to T. H. Knutsford.
Dear Sir: A bfg mill-owoe
Spartanburg, S C, wanted 5.0C
gallons of paint, and bought b
price ; paid 5 cents less than ours
got a "lead-and-ziuc" paint; bi
the lead was sulphate of lead, nc
oarbonate. Sulphate costs aboi
half; aud covers about half.
That paiut was adulterate
about six times as much as the
cents paid for. He "saved" 5 emits
and it cost him 3,0.
Oh no; it cost him more tha
that. ; we forgot the labor. ,Can'
work it out exaotly; don't kno^
how loDg it'll wear.
Short-measure besides ; tba
aione was twice aa much as hi
It was thin, too; some los
there ; don't know how much.
There waB too much dryer in ?I
The maker made something oi
that ; he didn,t.
Talcing it altogether, he dido'
make much by that 5 cents.
Go by the name; and the uamf
is Devoe lead-and-zinc.
P. W. DKVOE,
49 New York.
THE EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE Co.
JTI8 A MATTER OF HEALTH
THERE IS ND SUBSTITUTE
Mr. ana Mrs. L. R.Brunson and
their bright little children were
visitors to our town on Saturday
last. The many friends of Mr. and
Mrs. Brimson will be happy to
know that (heir little son who has
been partially paralyzed is gradu
ally growing better. '
Dr. A. H. Corie;. now a full
graduate in dentisti , having com
pleted a four year'w ourse at the
Atlanta Deutal college. The many
friends of Dr. Corley who are to be
found throughout our county are
pleased to know that be will locate
in Edgefield. He will be associated
with Dr. M. Timmons.
Mr. J. B. Hal ti wanger comes
forward this week and asks for re
election to the office of Auditor of
Edgefield county. Mr. Haltiwan
ger has ulled this office for several
terms very ably and to the satis
faction J[ the oeople. His fitness
for the place tm? been demonstrat
ed by the faithful performance oj
the duties that have devolved upon
him, and he solicita a continuance
of the support of the people.
We are pleased to learn that
Mr. and Mrs. William Toney will
cast their lot amongjis permanent
ly. Being unable to find a vacant
house in Edgefield they will have
to board for the present. Mr. T?ney
ha's been employed by the Edge
field Manufacturing Company foi
a year or moie as travelling repre
sentative, but now that he will be
in the office a great portion of the
time he bas dacided to make his
home in Edgefield. We welcome
Mr. D. P. Self who was elected
Supervisor last ?u rumor to fill the
unexpired term of the late D. D.
Padgett announces himself a can
didate for re-election lo this office.
When not engagea in the office
Mr. Self has given his entire time
to looking after the hundreds of
miles of roads and scores of
bridges in the c un ty, and has
saved the people considerable
money 03' building bridges with
convict labor. He stands for re
election upon his record in office..
0. Sheppard, E?ry., being 6u.?~oT
the judges, attended the intercol
legiate oratorical contest at Green
wood ou Friday eveniug last. The
first prize was awarded to Mr. E.
K. Hardin, of Chester, a student
of Wofford College, au(1 the second
prize was won by Mr. John M.
Daniel, of Saluda couut}', a 'stu
dent of Furraan University. The
Sou'h Carolina college and Citadel
were admitted as members of the
association, and Greenwood was
chosen as the permanent, place of
The bachelor home of B. E.
Nicholson, Esq., who is a twofold
candidate-for conjugal bliss and
legislative honors, in the former
he will be unanimously elected
and in the latter race a second
primary will hardly be necessary
affords a green pasture for candi
dates. He has more than half a
hundred youngchickens, four hens
sitting aud others laying. The
candidates will kuow where to
get good pickings when in tbesa
Notwithstanding his experi nee
of nearly twenty years as a succes?
ful teacher, Col. F. N. K. Bailey
is al wa vs on the alert /or what
ever will broaden his horjzon as
an educator. Last week he attend
ed tin Southern Educational Cou
fer-Hice which was held at Birming
ham. Many of the leading -educa
tors of the country were in attend
ance, and besides making addres
ses took active part in the d?lib
?rations of the conference. Certain
ly no one could come in contact
wi<h these men without being
greatly benefit ted; Af'.er the con
ference v?as over Col. Bailey went
to his former home in Alabama to
look alter some business interests
there, returning to Edgefleld on
Eight cents 4 pound is
what a young woman paid foi
twelve pounds of flesh.
She was thin and weak anc
paid one dollar for a bottle ol
Scotts Emulsion, and by tak
ing regular doses had gainec
twelve pounds in weight before
thc bottle was finished.
Eight cents a pound is
cheap for such valuable ma
terial. Some pay more, some
less, some get nothing foi
their money. You get youi
money's worth when you bu)
Scott s Emulsion.
We will send you a little
SCOTT & BOWNE, CHEMISTS, .
409 Pearl Street, New. York
eoe and $1 00.; all druggists.
Two Fad deaths: As we were
DI k' g u? our fuinip ?ii Tu ea
day altern ooo \VH h arned uf the
sad denthF ol' Mi*s ?.?ohMe Hil]
aud Mr. J rnys F. Du vis.
A BK C Let iure.
OL Wedn s'ay evening, begin
Ling et nine ??'clock-; Prof. Stephen
son of Charil sion College will de
liver a lectu-'1 in 'l.e auditorium
of to S. C. C. I. 11 is subject will
be "The Di floro nt ic Problem of
the Japanepe War." This listin
guished edticii'or is protestor of
history in I ?lu Coll'ge of Charles
Ion and, having studied everv
phase of I he conflict in I he far
?n6t, i- i:i a poai'ion lo speak in
telligently upon I hf? subject, giving
those wb\> avail themselves of the
pleaenro of hearing him a great
deni of valuable information and
? i. writ tn ii history. Who dees not
wish tobe enlighten! d upon tbift
topic of world-wide interest ?
Everybody in Edgefield should
hear Prof. Stephenson. Public in
vited to this free lecture.
Capt. John R. Blocker who is
well known throughout our couuty
is a candidate for the office of
County Commissiouer. Capt.
Blocker is familiar with the duties
of this office, having served as thw
very officient clerk of the board
for four years, under Supervisors
Padgett and Bell. Should the peo
I pie choose Capt. Blocker to set. e
I them in this capacity he will be
ever alert for the promotion of
the public weal, leaving no stone
unturned in his efforts lo give the
people an economic administra
tion. He has many friends and a
large family coDuectiou who'will
be bis ardent supporters.
Rev. Dr. J. Q. Adams, of Char
lotte, accompanied by Mrs. Adams
arrived in Edgefield yesterday af
ternoon. Dr. Adams will preach
at Stevens' Creek church on Sun
day aborning next. He will apond
sometime with relatives in our
town and round about Elmwood
where ho was boru and spent his
early life. Dr. Adams' visits to
Edgpfield are eagerly looked for
ward to by scores of friends of his
YOUR SP Ri
WE HAVE IT.
WE satisfy all kind of t
fand varied you have no ti
?want, the kind of suit you v
\as to cut.
= Then there is the prk
-thing about our suits qualin
I WE sell only for GAS
Elong credit price. Then tc
count of 10% for your trad<
rive us a look o
J. B. WH??
t is sold
THE CHRISTIAN churches at
Constantinople, Turkey, and
Yokuhorna, Japan, have long used
the Longman & Martinez Paints
for paiu'Jog their churches,
Liberal contributions of L. &
M. Paint will be giveu for such
purpose wherever a churoh is lo
F. M. Scofield, Harris Springs,
S. C., writes, "I painted our old
homestead with L. & M. twenty,
six years ago. Not painted- pince;
looks better than houBes painted
in the last four vears,"
W. B. Barr, Charleston, W, Va.?
writes, "Painted. Frankenburg
Block with L. & M, shows better
than any huilqiugs hero have ever
done; 6tands out as though var
nished, and actual cost of paiut
was lesB thau $1.20 per gallon.
Wears and covers like gold.
These Celebrated Paints are
sold by The Penn Drug Store.
"Most praised where best
known." The best advertisement
of Rheumacide is the huudreds of
wonderful cures it has mad*.
E DO-S^?SqLX). S, O
Teeth Extracted without Pain.
Fourteen Years Experience.
Office over Post Office
Top Dressing ana Nitrate of
Soda for Grain.
THE EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO
WP are headquarters for Teas
and CcrTees. Try us.
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
Ladies dou't fail io call aod see
J. M. Comb's lovely Easter Dress
Skirts $1.25 to $6.00. ,
Photographs in latest Spring
and Summer styles on the new
ind beautiful cards are on exhi
bition at the gallery-Call and
R. H. MIMS.
Buy your boy a suit of the cele
brated Jane Hopkins boys cloth
ing, fit and wear guaranteed, .fl.25
:o $5.00. J. M. COBB.
CHE PENN DRUG CO.
Dear Sire:- Over fifty years
igo, our firm began selling paint
hroughout the South ; sales have
iontinued uninterruptedly, and
en times greater than any other
jrand of paint. Read the follow
ng: "Have used the L. <fc M.
'aint twenty years; houses paint
d with it eight years ago show
letter to-day than housea painted
nth other pai?ts within two years"
A. B. Edgell, Alachna, Fia. '
"Have used all brands of paint
J. & M. Pure Paint stands better,
ind wears loDger than any other
taint I have ever used in my ten
H. F. Smith, ^Painter Concord,
"I have painted Frankenburg
Slock with L. & M. Paint! stands
utas though varnished. Actual
ost was less than $1.20 per gallou."
W. B. Barr, Charleston, W Va.
"I painted our old homestead
r'ith L. & M. Paint twenty-six
ears ago. No'; painted ?ince ; looks
'etter than houses painted in the
ast four years with other paint."
H. S. Scofield, Harris Springs,
"Used the L. & M. Paint ur
ixteen years. Painted three houses
i'ith it fifteen yeare ago; they
lave not ueeded painting sioce."
LONGMAN & MARTINEZ.
WE FIT ALL
:aste. Our stock is large |
rouble to find what you|
yant, the style you want?
:e, that is the smallest =
H, thereby saving you a|
io, we allow you a dis- =
; we want.
ver before you buy. .
?E & CO'S,
WE are o
the Royster Br
Soda and other
WE are n<
Meal, Corn, Fl
WE are re
ing and Heati
Vehicles of all
Coffins and Ur
THE FARMERS BANK
OF EDGEFIELD S. c., . '
STATE AND COUNTY DEPOSITORY i
THE LARGEST AND STRONGEST BANK IN EDGEP "XM* &rN
Paid up Capital.$ 58,000.00
Surplus and. Undivided: Profits. 22,000.00
Liability of Stockholders. 58,000.00
Protection to Depositors.$138,000.00
We invite attention of those desiring a safe depository.for their money to tho afc?T?
acts. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS BY SPECIAL CONTRACT.
U i Ur po/ ision of its cha rter this bank is authorized to act as trustee, guardian
Administrator and executor, and to accept and e secute trusts generally.
A. E. PADGETT, President T. H RAINbFORD, Vice-Pre
J. L. CAUGHMAN, Cashier. W. H. HAR LING, Asit.?Caahi?
Murray's Horehound Mullein and Tar is compoaed of the
most effective remedies known for curing coughs, colds, la
grippe, sore throat and all affections clue to inflamed and irri
tated condition of the air passages. It is prompt in afford
ing re.lief and certain in ?B effect of hastening a cure.
* HOREHOUD. MULLEIN
may be used to advantage in canes where other .medicinal
have failed. It is pleasant, purely vegetable and absolutely
safe for old and young. Nothing else like it in all the world.
It should have a place in every house, ready at hand when
needed. Parents will find its effect magical in cassa of croup.
It has remarkable virtue in coutrolling the paroxysms of
Price 25c. Guaranteed satisfactory to every purchaser.
AT DRUG STORES.
Prepared by the Murray Drug Co., Columbia, S. C.
Are my lone suit. I make any kind except the bad ones. I fur
nish a name stamp and an Indelible pad for making linen for 40
GENTS. I bave some other good things.
J. WILSON GIBBES,
TYPEWRITERS, OFFICE SUPPLIES, Etc.,
1334 Main Street, - - Columbia, S. C.
THIS SPACE IS TAKEN BY
The Leading Grocers of Augusta Ga.
W. F. SAMPLE of Saluda County and
H. HTSCOTT, JR., of Edgefield County are with us
land want to see y*ou.
AN OPEN LETTER
To OUR FRIEND S AND PATRONS:
ON April nth we inaugurate what we termed a Red
Letter Cut Price Cash Sale. During this sale our store was
crowded with larger buyers who were simply astonished at
the beautiful goods we have in stock at such low prices. ~
WE intended to get the regular prices at the expiration
of this time, but feeling that our efforts was appreciated, we
have decided not to change the prices, though the margin is
small. You will have therefore the same opportunity to buy
goods at a little above the cost: of production that you did
during this ten day sale.
OUR aim is to furnish those who favor us with their
patronage, with the newest and best goods at the lowest
prices possible. Any one wishing to procure Dry Goods,
Notions, Shoes, etc. Should not fail to examine our stock
before buying. Tho Red Letter Sale is over, but the prices
will not be changed. We will take pleasure in showing any
one through whether they wish to purchase or not.
Come and be convinced that we are not trying to de:
r the Year 1904. .
Mering to the Farmers a full Line of Com
ers. We sell Goods Manufactured by Ar
. Works, Navassa Guano Company, Georgia
ks, and Columbia Guano's Goods known as
ands. These goods have analyzed ABOVE
TEE. We also sell Muriate of Potash,Nitrate of
. ingredients for Home Mixing of Fertilizers.
JW 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
mr Stock of Case Goods, and Can Goods.
;ady to supply you with your Stoves,-Cook
ing-Hardware, Nails, Plovvstocks, Plow
a full line o? Furniture, Wagons, Buggies and
kinds, Harness Leather, also a full line of
r Babcock Buggies.
md inspect our Stock and you will buy.
'til<e and JKLotaxl