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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 5, 1?U4.
The Augusta Bee Hire makes
its usual fall anuouucement iu our
columns. The store of this large
concern is filled with uew goods
that have merit io them. Every
department is replete with bar
gains that should aud will attract
the shopping public that go to
Augusta from Edgefield. We
direct especial attention to their
Millinery, Tailor-made Suit aud
Skirt department. The ladies
cannot afford to miss these stylish
gooda that ?re marked at euch rea
sonable price. A large corps of
courteous olerkB will greet you.
My entire stock of Fall Goods
has been received and is.DOW ou
display. We invite the ladies to
call and see our beautiful assort
ment of dress gc ds, also the new
and very stylish fabrics for shirt
J. W. PEAK.
There is no better buggy on the
market to-day than the Colum
bus Buggy > If you want to know
all about them, ask Dr. J. T
Pattison, Dr. Hammond Carmi
ahel, Dr. Robert Marsh, Mr* Jas.
A- Holland, Mr. B. E. Nicholson
Mr. Hamp Morgan. For sale b
RAMSE Y 4- JONES,
FOR RENT: ? good Uo-hoise
farm, g? od Out houses and dwel
ling of five rooms. It is situated
eight miles abjve Edgefield, ad
joining lands ot Mr. J. T. Ouzts.
J. T. OUZTS.,
Elmwood, S. C.
WANTED : Two competent
teachers-gentlemen, for princi
pal sud lady for assistant-to
teach the WaycroBS school during
the ensuing -.ession, which begins
on November 1st. Apply to
M. B. HAMILTON,
Sec. Board, Waycross, S. C. j
FOR SALE: Fifty thousaud
firnt-class (No. 1) shingles.
J. L. MIMS.
When you seh ct a suit from our
?amples, and we take your meas
ure you can rest assured that you
will be pleased with fit, quality,
C. E. MAY.
FOR SALE: An extra flue
milch cow. Apply to
JAMES T. MIMS.
NOTICE : BUILDERS and
CONTRACTORS should write the
COOK-DORMINY CO., Fitzger
~ aid, lia., for LUMBER and
.'?ll ~-^^...j .... .r^r._.
PHOTOGRAPHIC-I am again
at work and will be glad to see my
friends and customers.
R. H. MIMS.
Something New at
J. M. Cobb?b for Ladies :
"The McGhee Adjustable
Yoke'* Underskirt in Black
Mercerized Silk from $2.00 to
$3.25, made to fit any size
waist, without destroying the
We want the housewives tp kuow
that they can get Cheese Sand
wiches, Butter Thin Bipcuits, Five
o'clock Teas, Social Teas and other
nice crackers at
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
DO you contemplate painting
your house. If BO, let us eupph
you with the celebrated Heath &
Milligan paint, lead, varnish and
?tains. None better.
Have von tried our- syrup ?
Genuine Georgia Cane syiupand
all other varieties always on hand.
We represent the Globe Tailor
ing, Co., of Cincinnati. Thoir
prices are right, and their work
manship the best. Let ns take
your measure for a fall suit.
Fresh supply of "Force", Grape
Nuts, Oatmeal, etc., at
TEE PENN DRUG STORE.
Do you need a fall suit? Our
new samples are here. Come in
and see them.
C. E. MAY
If you want the best cigars our
tobaccos, and of course you do
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
Just received a car load of "Old
Hickory" and "Blue Grass" wagons
and two car loads pf "Rock Hill"
and "Hackney" buggies. We want
to sell you. -'r
RAMSEY & JONE3.
There is uo need to bake cakes
at homo when you can como to our
?tore and get delightful cakes and
crackers that are fresh.
Big line men's pants for fall
wear jost recived. Workmanship
the best, styles the iciest, and
prices the lowest.
I L0e%L News
Senator and Mrs. B. K. Tillinao
spent Suuday last ar Edgewood
with Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Tillman,
Miss Effie Sheppard, who is one
of Edgefield's piettiest young
ladies, is visiting relatives in
Miss Ida Cogbum, the pretty
daughter of Mr. J. Q. Cogbum, is
a guest at the home of her imcle,
Mr. W. B. Cogbum.
; Mrs. J. W. Hardy, of Johnston,
accompanied by her Accomplished
daughter, Miss Ell nt, visited her
sister, Mrs. J. S. Smith, on Fri
So white are some of the cottoc
fields near Trenton that they re
semble large white sheets spread
upon the ground. It is quite
evident that cotton pickers are
The large new dilling room iu
the college basement has been
made "a thing of beauty" by Con
tractor Spencer and doubtless will
be "a joy forever" to Preeident
A farmer who residas on the
west-side of our county has this
fall hauled colton both *o Augus
ta and Edgefield, and says that ho
realized the best prices at Edg?-j
6eld. Enough said.
Mr. J. J. Holland brought
several stalks of Mexican June
corn to town several dayB a^o, and
it ia easily the tallest corn, by
several feet, that has ever been
seen in this section. Mr. Hol
land will gather a hand of fodder
and two ears from every stalk.
We want the ladies to call and
see our Oil Stoves for Cooking.
THE EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
The buildings, equipment*
faculty, and course of study of the
South Carolina Co-Educational
Iustitute will compare favorably
with the majority of the colleges
in South Canliua.
Past Grand Master Orlando
Sheppard weut to McCoil on
Thursday last to attend the exei
cises incident to laying the corner
stone of a modern public school
building. The stone .vas laid with
the customary Masonic ceremo
Miss Mary Buford has the lar-j
gest and handsomest Plumes that
have ever been shown iu Edgefield.
What is prettier on a ladies hat
than a handsome plume ? They
are always, stylish. The ladies
should cal) at Miss Buford's to
see these plumes.
The S. C. C. I. has 17 officers and
teachers engaged for the session
wbich 4>egtD8 September~tbe~29th.
This faculty represents the very
best colleges and universities in
the United States.
The many friends of Hon. aud
J'rs. Thos. H. Rainsford-are anx
iously awaiting the day when tho
work of remodelling their large
Buncombe home will begin. We
had boped hat they would even
now be residing among us. Edge
field needs these good people inher
social, business aod leligious life.
Hasten the day when Edgefield
instead of Hom's Creek will be
their place of residence.
Prescriptions accurately com
pounded. None but froth di uga
TIM MONS PROS,
Messrs. C. E. May and W. S.
Cogbum, the mnuagors'" of the
opera house, have about closed a
contract for a spleudid lyceum
course. They will also book some
good theatricals for the season.
Being anxious to make a date
with Rev. Sam Jones, Messrs.
May and Cogburn wrote his mana
gers coucerning the matter, and
received a-reply stating that M.r,
Jones would cost them $150 per,
night and (hat every night was
Laken up to February 1st 1905.
A satisfied Customer is the bett
advertisement. We have been
taking measures for men's suits
for five years, and have never had
C. E. MAY.
Why send your son or daughter
away to college when you have
the South Carolina Co-Educa
tional Institute, which ranks
among the best colleges in the
eta!:e, so near to your home.
Eight cents ? pound is
what a young woman paid for
twelve pounds of flesh.
She was thin and weak and
paid one dollar for a bottle of
Scott's Emulsion, and by tak
ing regular doses had gained
twelve pounds in weight before
the bottle was finished.
Eight cents a pound is
cheap for such valuable ma
terial. Some pay more, some
less, some get nothing for
their money. You get your
money's worth when you buy
We will send you a little
SCOTT & BOWNE, CHEMISTS.
409 Pearl Street, New York,
50c. and $1.00 ; all druggists.
Rev. V. T. Ma?terp, field ed
of the Bapiist Courier, w ho he?
tended all of tho thirty-odd ?
list appnciaf ion? in the s'ate, E
that th* rf'CPi.t <*8Pii??Htion 1
at Bold Spring WHS tn*' heat
them ?!). Good for Edgef
cou u ty ! .
The frieDdeuf Mr-. Julia Toi
kins Sherfesee, who was sick
the home of her grand-parenti
Mouetta, are grr-atly rejoiced t
she has sufficinutly recovered
be brought toEdg'-finld: She?
Vir. Sh?.-rftsee are now with' ?
and Mrs. A. S. Tompkins.
Mr. W. E. Hoi stun, who ii
young man ot sober, steady hat
and possessed of marked busiu
ability, bas acceDied a position
traveling representative for t
Inter-State Cotton Oil Compa
of Augusta. Mr. Ho?ston has
cured the services of Mr. Walli
Prescott to attend to his local st
jbusiue86. We are very glad tl
Wallace has cast his lot among
Mr. W. H. Rowlaud, travel li
representative of large unifoi
manufacturers of Philadelph
came to Edgefield by appoii
meut on Saturday last to take t
measures for the uniforms for t
cadets of the P. C. C. I. Soi
forty-odd orders for uniforms wt
booked, and there are other mei
ures yet to be taken. Messi
Dorn & M i ms are local agents f
the uniform manufacturers.
Public sales on Monday la*.
The Holland land, 92 acree, w
bought by J. J. Holland for$12C
The Harmon land, 300 acr<
bought by L. F. Dorn for $107
The Edwards laud, tract numb
1,106 acres, bought by W. \
Adams $720; tract number 2, li
acres, W. W. Adams, for $78
and tract number 3, 109 acre
Berry Key for $600.
Tbe rush of cotton io mark
has been unprecedentedly "g"ea
Last week was a record breaki
for Edgefield. On Saturday M
Derrick, the obliging agent of tl
Southern, h. d ten cars loaded, wit
cotton and then had enough le
on the platform to load seven
more. This is proof positive (
two things: Coltou is being sol
rapidly (which has oaused the d<
cliue in price) and that the faro
ers realize that Edgefield is th
best cotton market in this seclioi
On Sunday last Rev. P. P. BU
lock was unanimously called t
sirve Berea church as pastor fe
auother year. Since he entere
upon this field'the work hasgreal
ly prospered. The contribution
to missions and to the causes c
benevolence that are fostered b
the church have been twice a
great this year as for the preced
ing year. On the first Sunday ii
November a missionary rally wil
be held. There will be an all da
service, dinner being served at th
church. The pastor and severe
other speakers will take part i
this special service.
There is no salesman in Auguf.
ta that is better and more favoi
ably known that our gool frient
Mr. Charles M. RautoD,and ther
ie no more reliable clothiug stor
than that with which he is connec
ted, Mr. E. S. McCreary'p. Ther
can be found here a tremeudou
stock of Clothing, Hats and Fur
nishings. The McCreaiy clothinj
fits well, loiks well and wear
well. The superior excellence o
these goods can be accounted fo
only through the excellent judge
meut and good taste of Mr. Mc
Creary who ransacks the leading
markets for the best of evervtb ing
Give them a call when in Augusta
Never before has our stock o:
Fall and WiLter Clothiug for Mer
and Boys beeu morecomplete,and
I invite everybody iu uead of these
goods to come to my 6tore before
buying. We can save you money
J. W. PEAK.
It has been repeadly the case
that young men were visibly un
der the influence of whiski y at
the public dances in Edgefield and
no especial notice has been taken
of it, but when it comes to liquor
drinking and gambling, both, at
such functions, is it not time for
the young ladieB or their parents
to call a halt? Young ladies of
Edgefield, wi.ll you sanction this
debauchery by lending your pres
ence to such occasions ? AH right
thinking men-both young and
old-will havo greater respect for,
and esteem more highly, those
young ladies who in future decline
to become a party to such de
bauchery and Bocial depravity by
refusing to atteud public dancos
to which men, who seem to be lopt
to every ser.se of propriety and
decorum, are admitted.
Letter to N. L Brimson.
EDOEFIKLD, S. C.
Dear Sir: The way to reckon
the cost of paint is to put both
coats together: the cost of putting
It would save this country hun
dreds of millions of dollars a year ;
it would save you alone (if you
happen to be a victim) several
dollars a year.
See bow it works. It costs as
much to put-on on paint as au
? other, don't it ?
Yes, if you use the same num
ber of gallons.
No, you'll use twice as many
gallons of adulterated paiut as
of Devoe ; and you've got to pay
twice as much for put'ing it on.
Mr.' N. Avery, Delhi, N. Y., has
two housPB alike and in s ime con
dition. Painted one house with
Devoe: 6 gallons. Painted the
other house with a paint that was
half adulteration: 12 galloup.
Same painter, Geo. Gilbert, did
both jobs. One cost $37; the
other $54. .
Better go by the name.
F. W. DEVOE SL CO.,
The Edgefield Mercantile Company
sella our paint.
A MATTER OFHEMTH
HAS MO SUBSnWIE
Things have come to a pretty
pass in Edgefield when young
men openly ''shoot craps" (gam
ble) in the ball room in the pres
ence of ladies. That is what some
of them did at a recent dance rn
the opera house, so we have been
informed by eye-witnesses. Some
of the young ladies are being gen
erally commended for leaving the
hall as soon as the "crap shooting"
was discovered. We knowthatit
is not popular to expoBe audi con
demn wickedness, especially in
high places, but we spurn popu
larity if it must be had at such a
pi ice, that of keeping nilent nt
this juncture. The editor of. this
newspaper would do violence to
his conscierce did he not expose
and denounce such conduct ou the
par', of men who call themselves
gentlemen. If men have no more
reppejt for themselves than to
gamble at such social functions
they should at least have more
respect for the ladies in whose
pn-seuce they thus deport them
Reception on Friday Afternoon.
No occasion of the kind bas
ever been more thoroughly enjoy
ed by all present than was the re
ception given at the college, com
plimentary to the faculty and
Btudents on Friday afternoon last.
The now ai d old students met aud
mingled with the young people of
our town, while an opportunity
was afforded for the faculty, espe
cially ths new members, to know
more of those among whom they
have como to reside. The short
hours passed very pleasantly and
it was generally regretted when
nightfall forced the happy throng
Oldest Citizen of the County
A letter from a fiiend who ru
Bid?sin the Pleona section tellei of
a long and very pleasant visit .of
that venerable citizen, Mr. Jobn
Sullivan, accompanied by his
devoted daughter, M?68 Fannie
Sullivan. Notwithstanding tlje
fact that he is ninety one years of
age-probably the oldest person
in the county -he recently toiik
a trip of 80 miles, visiting his
children in Saluda, Greenwood
and Edgefield counties. Wherever
be stopped -he was the recipient of
very kind and thoughtful atten
tions. Mr. Sullivan- has led a
temperate life and is moro active
than| maney who are much
younger than he is. He bas reared
a family who are au honor to hiB
name, hi? sons being honest, hon
orable, hard-working men who
make gard useful citizens in their
An Auspicious Opening.
Never during the fifteen years
of its existence bas the South
Carolina Co-Educational Institute
eutored upon a session under more
auspicious conditions. A large
and competent faculty bas been
chosen, tjo domitory is filled to its
utmost capacity with the bright
est and most promising young
girls aud boys in the state, and .
the number of day students has
been greatly if creased. The peo
ple of our town reji ice with Presi
dent Bailey and extend sincere
congratulations for the victory
which he has BO signa'ly won. We
are very grateful to the all-wise
creator for having put at least one
F. N. K. Bailey on this mundane
sphere and we are more grateful
still for having sent that one to
Tho nuptials of Mr. W. S. Cog
burn and Miss Lillie Sheppard on
Thursday evening at the home of
the bride's mother will be very
quiet but one of the prettiest home
weddings that has been held in
Edgefield. The contracting par
ties are both social favorites in
Edgefield, and the keenest inter
est ?B manifested in their marriage
by their many friends. The groom
is the eldest son of Mr. W. B.
Cogburu, and is au energetic, en
terprising young business man of
exalted character who is assistant
to his father ic the office of Clerk
of Court. The bride is a daugh
ter of Mrs. Ida Sheppard and one
of the prettiest, aud most accom
plished young ladies in our town.
Hon. Geo. Bell Timmerman will
be best man. There will be no
groomsmen. Miss Kate Sheppard,
a sister of the bride, will be maid
of honor ana Misses Lucile Shep
pard, Ruth Cogbum, Rhett Shep
pard and Josie Sheppard will be
Rev. C. E. Burts will unite
these two young hearts and-lives
iu the holy bonds of wedlock.
Mr. James T. Bacon will-play the
wedding march. :
We congratulate both of these
young people upon their good for
tuno iu ohoosing so dosirable com
panion for life'? journey.
Bon voyage, youug friends.
For good, durable, as well as
stylish, rhoes come to the New
York Racket Store. We have shoes
for Children, Ladies and Men
that defy all competition. Prices
are in reach of everybody. Try a
pair and you will always wear
With the Cc liege Famiily.
It waa the writer's good fortune,
in fulfilling a business engage
men', to be at the college a few
evenings ago at thc supper hour,
and we accepted a kind i u vital ion
to "break bread" with this large
college family. We use the term
"college family" advisedly, for the
teachers aud the student body of
the S. 0\ C. I. remind us more of
a large, harmonious, well-regula
ted household thau a boarding
school. The teachers and stu
dents are brought more closely and
sympathetically in t >uch than in
oiuety per cent of the other col
leges. On the occasion above re
ferred to, the girls entered the
large dining hall first and were
seated at the long row of febles on
the left of Lb?1 room, chen the boys
marched in and were seated at the
row of tables ou the right. After
finishing the meal theyouug men
were marched out firet, followed
by the girls. Thus it is seeu that
while the girls and boys are in the
same building there is no social
intercouse-not a word being pass
ed-only at stated times, such as
"parlor night." There is not an
other college in the state that sup
plies the students with such great
abundance of wholesome food.
We were seated with the students
at a table that was well supplied
with choice, well cooked steak,
homiuj* in groat abundance, gravy,
Jersey butter, syrup, delightful
light bread, tea cakes, coffee and
fruit. Who couTd blame us should
we happen (?) to be at the college
ngain at the supper hour.
There's Dysentery-Colic, too,
And Cramps; but this remem
Though eu< mks all babes
"TEETHINA" will them all
d fe* f G s. t
"TEETHINA" Overcomes and
Counteisc'e the Effects of the
Summer's Heat, Aids DigeBtiou,
Regulates the Bowels au^ makes
CoBts only '25 cents.
R. J. PARK'S
COR. GREEN AND 15TH STS.
The largest and best stables
in City. Large wagon shed,
and good rooms fer wagoners,
good feed boxes.
flgg^See Sign. R. J. Park's
Wagon Yard on Hawk's Gul
If you want a buggy and hesi
tate because you are not familiar
with the strong points of the
Tyson Jones and Hackney
Buggies, just simply ash Dr
J- G. Tompkins, IF. B. Penn,
Rev, P. P. Blalock, Bettis Can
telou, J, J. Holland, Jno Block"
er, W. T. Kinnard, J. IF.
Thompson. For sale by
RAMSET # JONES.
Augusta's Leading Clothiers,
Our very large Fall stock of
Clothing, Hats and Furnishings is
now ready, and we invite the
Edgefield shoppers to make our
store Headquaiters when in Au
We sell the celebrated Hackett,
Carhart & Co., Clothing. There
is nothing on the marget equal to
it. Men's suits from $7.50 to
$25,00. Boy's Knee Pants Suits
$2.50 to $8.00
There is an individuality about
the clothes we sell that is not
lound at other stores.
Very large stock of Hats and
Furnishings to make your selec
Our Mr. Charles M. Rauton
will give his Edgefield friends a
?^Come to see us.
E. S. MeCreary,
716 Broad Street,
WE make our annual Fall bow to the Edgefield shop
pers and request them call to see our mammoth stock when
DEY GOODS: We have everything
from staple Domestics to Finest Dress
Goods, with prices and quality right.
MILLINERY; Our Milinery depart
ment is filled with the newest and latest
CLOTHING : Men's Boy's and Children's suits from
$2.00 to $18.00, also large stock of Ladies' Cloaks, Reefers,
and Walking suits. Great Bargains in Ladies Skirts.
Finest line of Men's Pants in the city from $1.10 to
See our big values in Blankets, Spreads and Comforts.
Our SHOES cannot be excelled in the price, quality or
MEN'S HATS in all new shapes and colors.
Our store is the place to get your money's worth.
AUGUSTA BEE HIVE.
We have just received a solid
car of furniture aud have on dis
ply some beautiful Rockers, Bed
room Sets, Chiffonniers, Tables,
etc , at very rearonable prices. We
are acknowlegad Headquarters for
RAMSEY & JONES.
ABOUT SCHOOL SHOES AND
Again we are on the threshold
of another seaeon, vacation days
are over. With sunburnt faceB and
ruddy looks tbe'people are return
ing to their daily vocations. Farm
ers to the-harvest, business men
to their office, and the girls and
?boys to tboirschools.
The past month we have been
[quite busy preparing for fall busi
ness. Kuowing this to be an age
I of progress, we have endeavored
and we think you will AGREE
that we have been successful, in
getting merchandise, to moet thy
wants of our customers.
At present nearly every father
and mother is lookiug with eager
eyes for SCHOOL SHOES that
look diessy, yet will wear. We
have takeu this fact into consider
ation aud you will find the Corner
Store's shelves are full of the best
I that can be offered in SCHOOL
SHOES. We have devoted TIME
and ENERGY, to the getting of
SHOE?r.tn?t wear comfortably
yet dreasy aud at .moderate prices,
hence'we pride, ou-eelvcs in the
fact.that uo one iu this section
has a better line of SERVICABLE
SHOES than wu are now selling.
In addition to the SCHOOL
SHOE line we invite you to try a
pair of Reed's or Queen Q?alitv
forjadles,. The reliable HU. MA
NIC for MEN.
UMP Remember when errors
happen, (as happen tbn-y must).
Tis a pleasure to right all wrongs.
THE CORNER S I ORE,
W. H. TURNER, Prop.
WANTED: The Edgefield pub
lic to know that I am again in the
cotton seed business, and will pay
the highest market price for seed.
I also have on hand a large supply
of Bricks, Lime and Cemeut at
very reasonable prices.
WALTER E. HOLSTON
a space of 48
We are now off<
everything in our lin
100,000 CLUB SHELLS,
. . CARLOADS of BAG
LOADS of WAG(
NAILS, ONE CAR LOAD
WIRE FENCING, 100
PLOW STCCKS, PLOW POI]
WE ARE ALSO CARRYING
?JMT*Call and inspect our
THE FARMERB BANK
OF EDGEFIELDJ3. c.,
STATE AND COUNTY DEPOSITORY
THE LARGEST AND STRONGEST BANK IN EDSEF " n r"' N
Paid up Capital.>.$ 58,000.00
Surplus and. Undivided.Pr o fits. " B2,00*100
Liability of Stockholders. 58,00J.03
Protection to Depositors.$138;001.00
We invite attention of those desiring a safe depository for their money to the uuwve
acts. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS BY SPECIAL CONTRACT. 0
Uilirprjv iston of its charter this bank is authorized to act as trustee, guard.an
dministrator and executor, and to accept and e xecute trusts generally.
A. E. PADGETT, President T. II RAIN: FJRO, Vice-Pre
J. L. CAUGHMAN, Cashier. W. H. HAULING, Asst. Cashi e
? ri fi H T S. *
Our First Shipment of Dixie Blankets is here and they
will be sold at Bargain Prices. There is no trouble in sell
ing these Blankets wherever "Elkin" Blankets are known.
$3.00 will get a good pair.
$4.00 will get a better pair.
$6.00 will get the best pair.
Yours for comfort,
?JAS. E. HART
Get your Laundry in Tuesdays^
Stoves Ranges Mantels
TILING AND GRATES.
LARGEST STOCK. LOWEST PRICES
Tin Plate, Galvanized and Black Sheet Iron, Solder,
Copper, Zinc, Etc., Tar Roofing
and Sheathing Paper.
Tin Roof and Galvanizod Sheet Metal Work a
REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE.
1009Broad Street, Augusta, Ga. BeV??ho?..
IT ?il I Millinery.
lam now showing my Fall Millinery, consisting of
Ready-to-wear Hats, Pattern Hats, Misses and Children's
Hats, Boys' and Infants Caps.
I wish to call especial attention to my large assortment
of plumes and ribbons.
"Call to see^e at Mr, C. E. May's Store.
MISS MARY BUFORD.
Oall at Our Store
And let us show you through the
largest stock of Clothing, Shoes,
Hats and Furnishings ever
brought 0 Edgefield.
WE buy only from the largest
and mosi; reliable manufacturers
in the country, consequently our
goods are he best in quality
with prices very reasonable.
For the latest and best of
everything in men's and boy's
wear call at
DORN & MIMS.
L into its New Store Build
sf three floors each covering
00 square feet.
Bring to the trade a large assortment of
5000 BUSHELS of-RED RUSTPROOF OATS, TWO
rGING. TWO CAR LOADS of TIES, TWO CAR
3NS; TWO CAR LOADS of BUGGIES, ONE
AD of FURNITURE, THREE CAR
LOADS of FLOUR, ONE
. m o f . . m. '.
of BARBED WIRE, ONE CAR LOAD of WOVEN
00 LBS. TOBACCO^ ONE CAR LOAD STOVES. .
NTS, HARROWS and FERTILIZERS FOR GRAIN.
A FULL LINE OF COFFINS AND UNDERTAKER'S GOODS.
STOCK and you will buy.