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.u . [THE ADVEBTISER,
Edgefield, S. C.
WEDK?SDAY-. MAY 25, 1904.
The next generation of boys
throjghoiit the South will proba
bly be named Alton Parker for the
- next president. '_
'ibe Republican party finds it
difficult to secure a ruDning mate
for the "terrible Teddy." Thus
far no one bas signified his willing
ness to become a candidate for the
vice-presidency on the Republican
It is alleged that many Japanese
- women have donned men's uni
forms and marched to the front.
This accounts for the Japs' re
peated victories. Certain members
of their ranks never let up. They
must have the last word, blow or
crack of the rifle, as the case may
Surely the people of Edge jeld
county will, be surfeited in the
matter of voting this year. Every
- office from coroner to president,
except Judge of Probate, is to be
filled. To the latter office the
worthy Judge J. D. Allen has, we
might eay, been elected iu per
Innovations nnver cease, the
latest being a decree of the pope
? excluding female voices from all
Catholic choirs. It appears to one
without the pale of the Catholic|
church that if either must be
hushed, in order to improve the
music, it should be the guttuial
voices of the men and not the
sweet voices of the'vonen.
Being elected congressman from
the second district for the regular
term is a plum worth competing
~. tor. brjroiuti mo uuo ?1?UIOULOB&I>
do his full duty. ho., will probably
???Jaoid the "place for six,.eight or ten
v " "-feans^tibL?r.ty,-forty
ld dollars^ not tc
mention - ?ie honor and perquisites
-the latttx being1 free passes, el
It is the purpose nf the state
board of dispensary directors to
enforc9 that clause of the law
which prohibits the drinking ot
beer in the beer dispensaries and
in places adjoining tho premises.
If the law is enforced as it should
be those who patronize beer dis
pensaries'will be compelled to un
cork their bottles away from the
place where the purchase is made.
Several Chinamen were arrested
in Augusta recently under the
Chinese exclusion act. If Augus
ta dosB not want any moro of them
within her borders we would wei
come some of the best element of
the race to Edgofield. A Chinese
laundry would not be a bad thing
for our town. The trifling and
very unreliable washer-women
should have competition. We'd
like to try washer-men for awhile.
The thoughtful and kind hus
band will leave hie business trou
bles in his office, store or out on
the farm, as the case may be, when
the day's work in ended, and will
' not pour out a tale of woe to his
good wife, who, tired and carc-i
worn, eagerly awaits his home-1
coming. She has cares and per
plexities enough of her own. Like
wise, the good wife will not relate
in tiresome detail to her husband
the many annoyances aud vexa
tions which she daily encounters
-in her domestic affairs. Each
should be free to advice and sym
pathize with the other but not
burden unnecessarily with petty
annoyances that are past and can
not be righted.
The State Democratic conven
tion was composed of representa
tive men from every nook and
corner iu South Carolina, whose
deliberations were characterized
by thu utmost harm my. Practi
cally no chango was made in the
constitution and roles ci the part'-.
A very comprehensive platform
renewing allegiance to the bed-'
rock principles of Democracy and
.setting forth the attitude of the
party in South Carolina upon cer
tain national issues,-was adopted..i
The eighteen delegates, to the Ie
national convention were unin
structed but will vote asa unit
The four delegates at large to the
?ot. Louis convention bein* Sena
tor B. R. Tillman, Governor D C
Heyward, R. Goodwin Rhett and
Gen. Wilie Jones. The two dele
gates from the 2nd' congressional,
district being Hon. J. C. Sheppard L
and Capt. Claude E. Sawyer. Iai
)F EDGEFIELD COUNTY
The pensioners in class A. receive
96.00 each; class B. $72.00; class C.
io. 1.$4S.00; class C, No. 2. $16.dda
;lassC.No 3. $48.00; class C. No. 4.|c
57 M Corley, J W Eidson,
I B Lanier, G W I-ott,
SW Prince, G W Thurmond
CLASS C NO. 1.
L P Boone, J H Cosey,
L P Covar, W S Covar,
James B Moore, P A Murrell, .
S- H Seigler, > M C Whitlock.
CLASS C NO. 2.
J T Adams, P D Adams,
J C Bigham, J lt Bodie, .
M D Booth, Jack Br r oks,
John K Bryant, T J Booth.
J E Bush, W S Boyce,
W M Corley, A E Carpenter,
T D Chamberlin, M A Christie,
G W Cami ball, T B Crouch,
William Creed, J W Collins,
Jacob Davis, J A-Dean,
Simpson DeVore, W E Dobey,
J R Doolittle, G W Dorn,
H w Eubanks Whitfield ?lauzier
D M Glover, W J Glover,
C B Glover, J E Holmes,
G W Hamilton, John Holly,
William Hair, WP Jones,
Hilliard Jackson," J A Lamer,
C W Lanier, J W McCulloush,
L J Miller, James McManus,
Joseph New, Peter Ouzts,
W A Owdom, Samuel Redd,
J W Reynold?, Simpson Rowe,
S B Ryan, L S Ridlehoover,
J W Shumate, J T Stillwell,
B T Sharpton, Jacob Smith.
Jake SummeralJ, W E Timmerman,
E T Timmerman, M D Wade,
E P Walker, H H Workman,
J Whitlock, J A White,
H Wood, G W Vance,
CLASS C NO' S.
Sarah Bolton, Sallie Buzzard,
Epsy Carter, S b. Coiletr,
Elizabeth Heath, C C Johnson,
Mary J Moyer, Ann Randall,
Sarah Randall, Harriett Robertson
CLASS C NO. <4
Talitha Augbtrey, Lucy J Burnett,
Eliza Bussy, Mintie Burnett,
Sallie D Bunch, Martha E Cartledge
En cline Cartledge, M E Corley,
Elizabeth Crawford, Mary Crawford,
H E Carpenter, Elizabeth Di*e,
Perm?lia. M Dean, Mary Fallow,
Edna Freeland, Cornelia F Glover,
Sarah Gregorie, Emily Gray,
Ann Harris, Lucinda Hill,
Caioliue Holme?, /ane Howard,
Lucinda Miner, M L Mayson,
E B McLendon, Elizabeth Ouzts,
Emeline Ripley, charlotte Salter,
! Sarah Hatcher, A E Seigler,
Mary ? Perry, M A Timmerman,
Ann J White, MAH Williams,
' "Children's day'' at Bethlehem
is au event in which the Sabbath
School aims to show its progress
from year to year. The house is
decorated in garlands of green in
terwoven with various colored
flowers. All of the young folks in
festival attire, who take part in
the reciiations, occupy front seatB
while the body of the church is
Jilli of women. Only a few men
are lucky enough to get in,such
is the crowd.. On Saturday last it
was our pleasure to attend the .ex
expresses our delight." The boji
and girls both did well; and the
selections were very good Jndeed
It speaks well for- a community
when Temperance is agitated as
is being done kby this Sundaj
School, and we hope much good
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brown after
a pleasant visit to Westlington,
Niagara and other points north
have returned home.
The young people of town en
joyed a straw ride Friday evening.
Their happy, merry voices carried
joy to ail who heard them in the
Our oil mill proposes to sink
an artesian well at an early date.
The scarcity of water has been an
obstacle all along.
Mr. W. L. Coleman has been
the first to ship peaches.
Mrs. J. B. Hill of,Edffefield vis
ited her daughter Mrs. W. D.
We heard a lady living about
sevenv miles from town remark
the other day :" am going to Au
gusta tomorrow, to do my shop
ping. I used to feel in duty bouu'd
to stimulate home enterprise by
my patronage, but when it is an
nounced in the papera that our
merchants wives go to town to do
their shopping I no longer feel
Mrs. Luther Oxner left for
Georgia Sunday afternoon to visit
her father who is seriously ill.
Mrs. J. J. Weatherford and
little daughter, of Clearwater, are
visiting the home of Mr. M. K.
Appropriate Resolutions Upon
the Death of Miss Robbie Hill.
At the regular monthly meeting
of the Womans Foreign Missionary
Society of the Methodist church
the following resolutions were
For the first time in eighteen
years v e are called upon to mourn j
for one of our members. Miss
Robbie Hill is the first "to cross
over the river." In her death we
have lost a faithful member,
therefore be it resolved,
1st. We would place upou record
Dne appreciation of her worth. In
failing health Bhe retired from ac
ive work ; a few days ago amid the
loved members of her home 6be
intered into rest. She was ever
oyal to her Lord. May we cherish
1er memory and imitate her vir
ues. She wag truly "a living
pistle." To live in hearts we leave
lehiud :s not to die."
Resolved 2nd. We extend our
eartfelt sympathy to her family,
specially^lo the sorrow stricken
Resolved 3rd. That these reBolu
iou8 be printed in our city papers,
j Lou P. GARY,
Signed ( EMMA Z. AULD.
May 6th 1904.
New line of Organdies and
awns for commencement dresses
t C. E. MAYS
The many friends of Capt. N.
George Evans announce bira as a
;andidate for the office of Solicitor
)f the Fifth Judicial Circuit, aud
)ledge him to abide the result of
;he Democratic primary and sup
port the nominee ol the parly.
I aunounce mysr1* as a candi
iate for Solicitor of the Fifth
Judicial Circuit. I pledge myself
to ail honorable campaign, to abide
the resuit of the Democratic pri
mary and to support the nominees
GEORGE BELL TIMMERMAN.
R STATE SENATE.
I respectfully announce myself
a candidate for the State Senate
and pledge my support to the nom
inees of the primary.
I hereby ann ance myself a
candidate for the Stale Senate. I
will abide hy the result of the
Democratic primary and support
the nominees of the same.
T. GARRETT TALBERT.
I respectfully uunounce myself
as a candidate for the State Senate,
aud pledge myself to abide the re
sults of the Democratic primary
and to support the nominee3 of thc
TfiOS. H. RAINSFORD.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
I respectfully announce myself
as a candidate for the HOUCR of
Representatives, and pledge my
self to abide the result, and to sup
port the nomiueas of the Demo
B. E. NICHOLSON.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidato for re-election to the
House of Representatives from
Edgefield County, and pledge my
self to abide the result and support
the nominees of the Democratic
1 J. W. De.VORE.
MASTER IN EQUITY.
Candidate for Master, subject to
the decision of the Democratic pri
W. F. ROATH.
FOR CLERK OF COURT.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the office of Clerk of
Court for Edgefield County, and
pledge myself to support the nomi
nees of tho Democratic primary
W. B. COGBURN.
I respectfully anuouuee myself
a candidate for the office of Coun
ty Auditor and solicit the support
I of the people. I will abide, the
result of toe primarv flection BUJ
I hereby announcemyi
didate for re-election to the office
of- Auditor of Edgefield County
and pledge myself to abide the
result of the Democratic primary
and to support the nomiuees of
J. B. HALTIWANGER.
I hereby announce mvself a can
didate for re-election as Magistrate
of the First Judicial District of
Edgefield County and pledge my
self to abide the result of the Dem
ocratic primary and to support
the nominees of the same.
N. L. BRUNSON.
FOR SUPT. OF EDUCATION.
I am a candidate for re-election
to the office of Superintendent of
Education, subject to the rules of
the Democratic Primary.
WM. A. BYRD.
I respectfully announce myself!
a^candidate for the office of Super
visor of Registration, aud pledge
myself to abide the result of the
Democratic primary and to sup
port the nominees of the same.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
BY J. D. ALLEN Esq., Probate
WHEREAS, J. 0. Tompkins made suit
to me. to grant bim Lntters of Admin
istration of the Estate and effects of
I J. S. Price, deceased.
THESE ARE THEREFORE to cite and
admonish all and singular the kindred
and Creditors of the said J. g. Price
'deceased, that they be and appear be
fore me, in the Court of Probate, to be
held at Edgefield, C. H., g. C., on the
1st day of June next, after publica
tion thereof, at ll o'clock in the fore
norn, to show cause, if any (hey have,
;vhy the said Administration should
not be granted.
GIVEN unde my Hand, this 14th
day of May 1904.
J. P. ALLEN,
J. P. E. C.
The finest city and village
Churches are painted with the
Longman & Martinez Paiuts. and
.ve want every Church to accept
mr donation whenever they paint.
8 & 6 make 14, therefore when
iou want fourteen gallons of paint,
my only eight of L. & \i. and mix
?ix gallous of pure Linseed Oil
vith it, making actual cost of paint
ib?ut $1.20 per gallon.
Dou't pay $1.50 a gallou for
jinseed Oil (worth . 60 cents)
vhich you do when you buy other
mints in a can with a paint label
Many housea are well painted
nth four gallons of L. & Al. and
hree gallons of Linseed Oil mix
Wears aud covers like gold,
"hese Celebrated Paints are sold
y THE PENN DRUG STORE..
At (he solicitation of friends [I
lereby aunouLce mysolf a cai:di
late for re-election to the Sheriff's
)ffice of Edgefield County and
jledge myself to abide the result
>f the primary, and to support-all
lominens of ihe V" socratic party.
. H. OUZTS.
I.hereby anuounce myself a
?andidate for the office of Sheriff
if Edgefield County and pledge
ny6elf to abide the result of rthe
democratic primary, and to sup
Dort the nominees of the Bame.
R. S. ANDERSON. ,
I hereby announce myself ?
iandidate for the office of Sheriff
Df Edgefield county and pledge
ny^lf to abide the result of the
Democratic primary and to s?p
Dort the nominees of.the same;
JOHN A. BUTLER.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
I hereby annouuce""myself a
3audiciate for the office of County
Treasurer, and pledge myrelf to
abide by the result of Democratic
primary and support the nomi
nees of the 6ame.
J. TRAPP McMANDS.
I hereby present myself t-i^the
voters of Edgefield county for the
office of County Treasurer. I
pledge myself to abide by the*re
sult of primary election, and will
support all nominees of the Demo
J. THOMAS PATTISON.
I respectfully announce myself
a candidate for the office uf Coun
ty Treasurer and solicit the sup
port of the people, pledging my
self io abide the result of the pri
mary and to support lh9 nomiuepf
of the sam'.
R. E. MORGAN.
I hereby announce myself a can
didate lor Ihe office of County
Treasurer and respectfully solicit
the support of the people, pledging
myself lo ft bide tr.e result of the
Democratic primary and tj sup
port the no OJ i neos of the same.
- W. ELLERY SHEPPARD.
I hereby announce myself ti
candidate for the office of Treas
urer of Edgefield Comity and
pledge myself to abide the result
of the primary electiou and will
support all nominees of iheDorab
H. W. JACKSON.
F OK COUNTY COMMISSIONED.
I hereby announce myself a
candidate for re-election to the
office of County Commissioner and
pledge myself to abide the result
lof 1 be Democratic primary.
the result of a^^hl rn! ry*' elec
tion and to support all Jhe nomi
nees of the Democratic party.
J. R. BLOCKER.
I respectfully announce that I
ara a candidate for the office of
[Coroner of Edgefield county and
pledge myself to abide by the re
sult of the Democratic primary,
and to.support the nominees of the
F. PEARCE OUZTS.
I respectfully announce myself
a candidate for re-election to the
office of Supervisor of Edgefield
County and pledge myself to abide
the result of the Democratic pri
D. P. SELF.
I hereby announce myself
candidate for the office of "Super
visor of Edgefield county and
pledge myself to abide 'the result
of the Democratic primary and to
support the nominees of the same.
J. H. REEL.
When placing your Insur
ance give me a call. I rep
resent a very strong line of
Insurance Companies; also
Agent for the New York
Insurance Co. I will apprt
preciate a share of your bus
iness. 1 can be found at my
office-Office No. 2---over Bank of
James OT ]VJIJM?
Geo. F. Mims
GET OUR PRICES.
Complete Cotton, Saw, Grist, On and
ertilizer Mill Outfits, Gin, Press
ane Mill.and Shingle Outfits.
BtiildiPp,~Bri<?ce, F pct rrj; Fiirir
nd Railroad Castings, Railroad. M ll
[achinists'and Factory Supplies.
Belting, Packing, Injectors, Pipe
it?ings,Saws, Files, Oilers, etc. We
ist every day. Work 150 Hands;
oundry, Machine, Boiler,
Press and Gin Workf
IST Repa is Promptly Done
onM Iron Worts & ||| Co
AT (il i "?A, GA
psolutiijns Passed By High
View Sunday School
"Whereas il has pleased God in
iis a\i wise providence, to remove
rora our midst one of our most
?romising young men and schol
es, Albert Carpenter:
Resolved by the members of
High View Sunday School.
1st. Thit we deeply mourn the
OBS and will always miss his*
presence with us.
2ua. We extend our heartfelt
lympathy to his grief stricken
;amily and relatives and mourn
vith them in their loss.
3rd. That a page iu our Sunday
jchool book be inscribed to his
4th. That a copy of these resolu
tions be sent to the family of the
deceased and theEdgefield ADVER
SER for publication.
J. D. TlMMERMAN,
Miss MAMIE MUNDY.
Scholarships and Entrance
The examination for the award
of vacant scholarships in Win
throp College and for the admis
sion of new students will be held
at the Cou-ity Court House on
Friday Juiy 8th, at 8 A. M. Ap
plications must not be less than fif
teen years of age. Wh??n scholar
ships are vacated afler.Tuly 8, tbpy
will be awarded to those making
the highest average at this exami
S cholarships are worth $100 and
free tuition. The next session
will open Septfmber 21,1904. For
fur;ber information and catalogue
PRES. D. B. JOHNSON,
Rock Hill, S. C.
Handsome Black and Colored'
"Voilles" Cream and White Etta
mine ju st in at COBB'S.
Am getting up a car of McCormick
Mowers, with Reaping attachments, for
the corning grain harvest. Also McCor
mick Binders. Write postal card at once,
JE. J. NORRIS.
f Bargains in Machines.
I For ?O Days
J> WE will sell you cheap for CASH or on easy terms
? three new No. 9 Wheeler & Wilson Drop Head
? Ball Bearing Sewing Machines, also three good se- J
cond hand machines.
Let us sell you a Cooking Stove. Our prices
are reasonable for cash or on easy terms.
JOJVID^ SC SON.
WE know at this season everyNFarmer is busy with
his Field, and cannot conveniently come to Augusta
for his CLOTHING and FURNISHINGS, and for
this reason, we have so arranged our MAIL
ORDER DEPARTMENT that on receipt of an
order from our out of town friends, we can fill their
order immediately. The Department is growing
rapidly with us. We can fit you at home as well as
in our Store, if you give us a few measures such as
-Weight, Height, Chest, Waist and Inside seam of
trousers. With these measurements we can fit you
If you are too busy to come to Augusta, write
us an our MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT will be
glad to do 3'our SHOPPING for you. ?
He will prepay express on -.11 mail order pur
chases amounting to $85.00 or over.
I. O LEVY'S SON* & CO,3
838 Broad Street, - - _ Augusta, Ga.
IT'S A CINCH
That your Spring Sr.it is all right if it comes from
us. Hot air is not a part of our stock in trade.
^ When wc tell you that we have one of the prettiest
= stocks of
I MEN'S AND BOYS'
I ever seen in Augusta we mean just what we say, I
= and we prove our every assertion. Stop every man =
* you meet who looks well dressed and examine the I
I label in his coat and you'll be surprised to see how *
I many men are wearing our clothes. 1
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50 dozen Gents and Boys Shirts.
,Ne\v Goods direct from New York Manufacturers.
i 75cts- Shirt for 5octs. and $r.00 value for 7sets.
JOne case Notingham Net Lact Curtains, Full Sizes, S
i $1.00 Pair and up. i
I Ladies, Gents ' and Childrens Low Shoes in alli
Shapes and Leather. f
Ladies Tailor-Made Skirts $1.50 and up all good i
White Goods, Wash Goods, Laces, Embroideries,
Corsets, Handkerchiefs enough for all the
Ladies in Edgetield.
JAS. E. HART
?et your Laundry in Tuesdays
The Corner Store's
BLACK GOODS SALE
i OF THIS WEEK.
WE willi offer the buyer unusual
; ly good vjalues in Block Goods of
I every description,
"No Goods Charged at the Special Price.
?W. H. TTJjFlWE?R.
Goods Must Go.
I find that I am compelled to reduce MY STOCK.
1 am obliged to raise the cash. This is my misfor
tune your gain.
In many lines the prices have been CUT HALF
IN TWO and everything in our store has been
marked way down REGARDLESS OF COST. If
low prices will move them the goods will not re
main long in my store.
. Our Tremendous Stock of Men's, Boy's and
Children's Clothing is going at such low prices as to
make you wonder.
Have you seen our SHOES ? We have the
cheapest and best goods in town. You can't afford
to miss this sale.
COME TO SEE US AT ONCE.
THE RUSH IS ON.
Edgefield, S. C.
m M. COBB'S
Summer Styles in full:
LOVF.LY HIGH ART IN LADIES AND
"ELK BRAND" HATS Excelent Value.
"JANE HOPKINS" Celebrated Boys Clothinj
-all warranted. .
SPECIAL GOOD VALUES.
WE are showing the largest stock of
Siloes, Hats etxxd
WE buy only the best, of the lines we handle,
from the largest manufacturers in the country.
WE call especial attention to our large stock of
I the newest shapes and colors in Hats.
Dt^""Let us show you.
PRICES AND QUALITY ARE RIGHT
DORN & IVdLIlVI?
SPE I-^XJ S-A-JUE OJ? \
New arrivals by every train havaputour many ihipments in apple pie
conditions so that a freshness and spring like air pervading the whole ?^ore.
For the benefit of our many customers we will have a 16 days special
bargaix 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%, 4*?, 5 and up
while the goods last,
36 inch Peroal 7#, 8? 10 worth ld to
Ginghams 5.7,1 j and JO cts.
White 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 Cbambrag
and Silk 26ctoS3.00 worth 50c to $5.00
Ready Made Skirts $1.00 to $5.00.
Dres3 Goodi in all the new novelties.
A Specialty of Laces, Embroideries
and Dress Trimmings.
Embroidery 3>? to ?Octs. yard extra
Valenoicmes 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 Hankercbiefs.
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.
UQ^Don't fail to come to see us.
_JV W. PEAK
rp Try I " OW Sores, Itching Piles,
LUICBHAI Skin Disease?,
25 ANO BO CENTS A BOX.
Sold by all Drufffrfats. Take no eta ar.
_Old Family Remedy 25 y ?ara.
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