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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 19,1904.
Jutd thiuk, a" Toil ut Washstand
nt the Mercantile Store for $6 00.
Owing to the growing needs of
the county the Board of Couuty
Commissioners have made the
commutation tax $2.00 dollars.
D. P. S?Af Supervisor
J. A. Lott Clerk.
FOR SALE : Fifty thousand
fir -t-cIasB (No. 1) shingles.
J . L. MI MS.
WANTED to exchange a good
old family horse and a good organ
for two first-class milch 'cows,
fresh to pail.
W. J. GAINES.
The . latest fad iu furniture is
chairs and beds with claw feet.
Edgefield Mercantile Company
has handsome iron beds with huge
claw feet. See them.
FOR RENT: A good two-horse
farm, good out houses and dwel
ling of five rooms. It is situated
eight miles above Edgefield, ad
joining lands ol Mr. J. T. Ouzts.
Apply lb V ?
J. T. OUZTS., '
^ Elmwood, S. C.
Just received a car load of "Old
Hiokory" and "Blue Grass" wagons
and two car loads of "Rock Hill"
and "Hackney" buggies. We want
to sell y ou. ?
RAMSEY & JONES.
Have you tried our syrup?
Genuine Georgia Cane sytup and
all other varieties always on hand.
If you waut solid comfort buy
one of Mercantile large golden
NOTICE: BUILDERS and
CONTRACTORS should write the
COOK-DOR.MIN Y CO., Fitzger
ald, tia., for LUMBER and
When you seh ct a suit from our
samples, and we take your meas
ure you can rest assured that you
will be pleased with fit, quality,
C. E. MAY,
The Wicker chairs offered by
the Mercantile Company are the
handsomest ever seen i:i Edgefield.
We want the housewives to know
that they can get Cheese Sand
wiches, Butter Thin Biscuits, Five
o'clock Teas, Social Teas and other
nice crackers at
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
I i m nr.i 1 lim-.- ? nii.m i
I wish to announce to my nu
merous friends (both these 1 know
and those I hope to know) that I
have opened an office in Edgefield
for the purpose of writing insur
ance of all kinda. If you / want
your house, barn, gins, cotton,
plate glacs insured against fire or
cyclone, or your lives insured, qr*
want an accident or health policy,
I am uow prepared to place your
risks in first class companies. I
will be glad at any time to wel
come yon to my office in the New
TompaiuB building, even if only
for a social call.* Hoping to have
all my friends call on me, I remain
M. F. SHERFESEE.
Wheat and Cotton market may
fluctuate but if you buy a "Crown"
Mattress from the Edgefield Mer
cantile Company, our repose
will be undisturbed.
Do you need a fall suit? Our
new samples are here. Come in
and see them.
. If you want u buggy and hesi
tate because you are not familiar
with the strong points of the.
Tyson fy Jones and Hackney
Buggies, just simply ask JDr.
J. G. Tompkins, W. B. Penn.
Rev. P. P. Blalock, Bettis Cdn
telou, J; J.' Holland, Jno Block'
er, W. T. Kinnard, J. W.
Thompson. For sale by
RAMSEY Si- JOJYES.
Do you contemplate painting
your house. If so, let us eupply
you with the celebrated Heath &
Milligan paint, lead, varnish and
stains. * None better.
Why go to Augusta to buy fur
niture when you can buy it from
the Mercantile just as cheap and
save railroad fare and freight.
If you want the best cigars our
tobaccos, and of course you do
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
Wo have just received a solid
car of furniture and have on dis
]>ly seme beautiful Rockers,' Bed
room St-tp, Chiffonniers, Tables,
etc , at very rearonable prices. We
are acknowleged Headquarters for I
RAMSEY & JONES, i
There is nb need to bake cakes i
at homo when you cane?me to our
store and get delightful cakes and
crackers that are fresh.
. Bis line men's pants for fall
wear just recived. Workmanship
the bjtft, stjlea 'the-J?test; abd
prices the lowest,
v. ' CE. MAY,
* Insure your dwelliug, your barn,
yjur ptables, your tenant houses,
Mrs. D.S. DuBose ppent last
week in Aiken as the guest ol'
Mrs. Dr. B. H. Teague.
Mrs. J. B. Haltiwanger left on
Wednesday last for New York
whpro she will remain a month
with her sister.
Mr?. J. A. White has been in
Columbia for - several days with
Capt. White, who holds a goud
position at the state dispensary.
W.- Wallace Sheppard, Esq., re
turned on Sunday last from the
St. Louis exposition. He reports
Laving had a great trip-.
Miss Lona Tillman of Trenton
and Mrs. Ferguson of Abbeville
are visiting Mrs. Sarah M. Gower
on Washington street.r-Green
Solicitor Thurm ind and Es
quires N. G. Evans, J. H. Tillman
and S. M. Smith are in attend
ance upon the Sessions Court at
Saluda this week.
Have you seen the beautiful
polished oak di neis at the
EEGEFIELD MERCANTILE STORE.
Mrs. J. P. Ouztp, accompanied
by the children, has been spend
ing severa'davs at the home of
hpr ut CIP, Col. R. B. Watson, at
The bottom crop of cotton is
neatly all picked. What about the
top crop ? Has anyone seen or
heard of any this year. Even the
speculators have had but little to
say about it.
Rev. C. E. Burts attended tho
opening exercises of a large'pchool
located several miles from Black
ville, on Tuesday of last week.
The invitation to take part in the
exercises was extended several
No.one ever hears the new
teachers who have been added to
the graded school and S. C. C. I.
faculty spoken* of by pupils, pa
trons, or the public generally ex
cept in terms of the highest com
Messrs. N. M. Jones and A. B.
Ccvar left for Greenville on Mon
day to attend the United States
couit as grand jurors. Mr. D. B.
Hollingsworth was aleo summon
ed as juror but was excused by
Prescriptions accurately com
pounded. None but fretrh diugs
used at >
Mr. J. L. Cuthbertson, a very
prepossessing young man from
Waxhaw, N, C, arrived; m Edge- 1
?field on Gundry hat and ?TUefelf"
upon his-duties on'Monday ??>
salesman for Messrs. Timmons
Bros. Mr. Cuthbertson is a cousin
of Mrs. Beauregard Timmons at \
whose home he IB boarding. t
The sowing of grain has been
greatly retarded by the continued
drought. Those who have stock to
feed have not been able, as is i
their custom, to sow an early (
patch of wheat or barley for ;
spring feed. However, it will not '
be many days before people will i
be complaining of mud instead of
dust. ' " ,
Col; Bailey supplies his tables '
with the best of everything. An 1
Edgefield merchant sold him one 1
hundred and fifty pounds of 1
macaroni and twelve or fifteen '
cases of the best quality of can
ued goods a few days ago. Wonder (
if he would take any "table board- j
ere"? The Advertiser family
would like to board with him.
Mr. C. A. Grinau bas gone, to !
Atlanta for medical treatment
and during his absence. Mrs.
Griffin and Mr. Peter Epes will
be in charge of bis insurance
business. Mr. Epes is a thorough
ly experienced insurance man
and during Mr. Griffin's sickness
three years ago, Mrs. Griffin
attended to all of his business
and consequently she is in a posi
tion to capably carry on the busi
ness while Mr. Griffin ia away.
The Commiesioners of Federal
Election have requested us to
announce teat one ot the mana
gers from each voting precinct
must meet the commissioners at
Edgefitld on Saturday, November
the 5th, to receive the boxes an'T
instructions. This request was
also made by the Commissioners
of State Election, and the mana
gers for this electiou will please
comply with the same.
If you want a nice 'stick Beat
Surry for your wife. One that, is
not a horse killer, go to
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
When the churches of the town
were built it was thought by the
builders that they would be suffi
ciently large to seat all who wr uld
come to worship in them. The
town has grown to such an extent,
however, that there is nota church
large enough to seat the congrega
tion when there is only one ser
vice in town. The officers of the
Baptist church recently ordered
several dozen c'.iairs that will be
used, wqen needed so that no oue
wijl have to bu turned away for
lack of a seat.
The verdict of the jury at the
inquest held over the body of the
dead convict. Wade Hartley, at
Johnston on Tueedav of last week,
was that the deceased came to his
death while in the bauds of the
county chain gang. Magistrate
Bru n s on thereupon' issued war
rants for M,espr.s. G. B. Sawyer and
R'.'T. Priiioe who were arrested
and lodged in. tnt . couuty jail,
where they now are awaiting trial.
?-?-j~:.-:r-\:?-C: ?: y:- '? >:?<.-?. >->x> .\. .
Read the proclamation of tl
Govnnior in : h is ??FU?.
We re?rM th -t Ivi? very lon
t>l?c1i<-?i lotic-s h::y? crowded ri
consid rabi-: matt - r" hid week.
Maj. H. P. A?it* r?o:) 'osf bi
valuahi? m ire DI Fri lay 1 cst. Sh
was taken sick ou Thursday nigh
and died Friday norning.
Mr. A. E. Padgp'*, who is
nu mber of ih?* ht:itp D^mocrati
executive comnii'ti-e, attended
mee'ing of th?t committee in Cc
lumbia on Moudsy.
Mr. T. J. Tau! ba* r> pinned a
town marthul nnd Mr. II. C. Wat
son hus been appointed tu Hil th
vacancy. Mr. Pani han pon* wit]
Mr. C. VV. Spencer to act as fore
man of hie brick work.
We publish this week what th
State had to Bay of Lovett'? BOB
ton Stars when this attractioi
visited Columbia last week. Thi
will be one of the best lyceun
entertainments that has ever beei
given in Edgefield.
Mr. Winchester McDaniel, om
of the leading business men ol
Modoc and one of the bestcitizem
of the western side of our county
was in Edgefleld on Monday. Hf
spent the night at the colleg<
where he has two children whe
The weather, or rather, th?
drought, becomes more and more
the cbi?f topic 'of conversation.
While no oue has actually suffer
ed from the limited water supply,
numbers of persons are inconveni
enced thereby. We know of sevei
al farmers who have to carry their
stock fully a mile for water.
Mr. E. J. Norris and Mr., Wal
lace C. Tompkins desire the
public io know that they are now
buying cotton seed. Their new
hcales are located neur the rear
of Mi. Norris' office, and the fleed
are unloaded ic the room near the
scales. These up- town see buyers
pay the highest market price for
Miss Sallie Parker graduated
in music from the S. C. C. I. in
June 1903, then took a special
course at Limestone, graduating
from that institution in June 1904,
and now she has gone, having left
ou Monday last, to the Brenau
Conservatory of music at Gaines
ville, Ga. It will be remembered
that Miss Faunie Sheppard, an
other talented young lady, of
Edgefield. is also taking a special
course in music at Brenau.
The highest test of a wagon ie
niuo years wear. The Mitchell
Wagoi: has been used that length
of time without repairs- right in
Edgefield county. Sold by
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE Co.
Go to see and hear the "BostoD
Stars" at the college auditorium
on Tuesday evening next. Of all
the attractions thal; are touring
the south this is one of the best.
The ne t proceed s from th je e n ter
Eai um enT^y?lTBe" ap pl iecT h ?\?Q
cjditorium furniture debt. Re
served seats 50 c?nts, general ad
mission 35 cents. Tickets on sale
at Mr. C. E. May's store. Call
aarly and get desirable seats.
In compliance with the law and
in pursuance of the notice pre
vi ou ply published, the office of
the county treasurer was opened
DU Saturday last, the 15th inst,
Tor the put pos of receiving tax?e.
Treasurer Williams-will, as for
merly, be ably assisted by Mr. R
E. Morgan. Mr. T. C. Strom was
the''first honor" man this year,
being the first person to whom a
receipt was issued. The funds are
jomiug in slowly, only four re
ceipts being written on the first
The amount of the commutation
Dr road tax has been iucreased in
this county from oue to two dol
lars. It is probable that not as
m my will plank down the ci sh
as he'etofore, but will work upon
the roads instead. When you go
to pay your taxes and have to pay
the $2 00 db not complain to
Treasurer Williams, for he is not
responsibe for the increase. In
order to meet the increasing de
mand for money the County
Board of Commissioners has very
wisely raised the tax to two dol
Contractor C. W. Spencer left
yesterday for Jacksonville, N. C.,
a prosp?rons town located in the
eastern part of tho state near the
coast, where he will superintend
tho erection of a $600,000 govern
ment building. The B. F. Smith
Constructiou Company of Wash
ington, D. C., has the contract and
has engaged Mr. Spencer to
superintend the work. This does
not mean that Mr. Speucer is to
leave Edgefield in the near future.
His family will remain hore and
he will make frequent visits to
our town, calling this home.
Mr. J. O. Holder, better known
to his hundreds of Edg field
friends as Jack Holder, has re
signed his posit ion as salesman
in tho clothing department of J.
B. White & Cf?, and has entered
the employment of Mr. E. S. Mc
Creafy, where he will be delighted
to welcome the shoppers from this
section. Jack Holder isa large
hearted, whole-souled fellow who
makes friends of everyone whom
he meets. He knows r ll about
clothing and you can bank ou
wha* he t,ays. Call to see him
when in the city.
It is generally conceded that
the yield of Hut from seed ootton
is unprecedentedly great this year.
The "turnout" from all the gins
is good. We have heard that ore
farmer, who plants Toole coltou.
carried 1256 pounds of seed cot
ton to a gin frcm which he received
a bale weighing 560 pounds. For
ty four.per cent of tb^s uqtton was
lint. A,, gentleman told us ou
Monday that Mr. J. W. Mundy's
crop had yielded him forty two
par cent. One third is oousidnred
to be very good.
?rn HQ suBsrmnE
Those favoring the formation of
Calhoun county are again actively
at work and application ie to be
made to che governor to order an
election on the question. This is
a matter of vital importance to
our people as it is proposed j to
take a large strip of territory from
this county, including all of the
line of the C. & W. C. Ry., Com
pany that is located in Edgefield.
All of our citizens opposed to the
measure are requested to meet in
the court house on Friday after
noon the 21st inst., at four o'clock
lo consider the situation. It ip
necessary that we take positive
ind aggressive action. This is a
Hatter of such public and general
interest as to demand a large
Petit Jury, First Week.
W. A. Crawford,E. C. Bussey.
B. F. Glantou, 0. M. Burnett, R.
E. Overstreet, F. P. Weils, Jr.,
ruo. R. Corley, W. B. Williams,
T. L McKinney, A. J. Mobley, j.
W. Shaffer, D. T. Ouzts, J.
Tompkins, J. W. Stevens, G. M.
Dom, C. H. Stouo, J. L. Hart, D.
P. Mathis, James B. Adams, N.
Li. Broadwater, Walter Marsh,
Tames R. White, J. P. Robertson,
5. J. Reynolds, Alvin Derrick, J.
lt. Reynolds, T. W. Glanton, J.L.
Miller, H. D. Strom, B.J. Harri
lou, P. B. Carpenter, J. T. Minis,
F. A. Williams, C. itf. Glanton,
VI. A. Watson, Jr., J. T. Giiffis.
insure Your Property
The long aud very excessive
trough t, together with the dry
eaves that fall and accumulate
ipon houses, at this season of the
.ear, greatly increases the risk of
oss from fire. The discreet home
iud property owuer will not allow
L day to pass without carrying a
eaeonable amount of insurance.
X was probably your neighbor's
>roperty that burned last week,
ast month, or last year but who
;nows where the next fire will
iccur. It may be your property,
phich represents the savings of
oany years. We do not write in
urauce nor have we an interest
n^any.agency but believe that the
oregoing admonition is timely
nd is promotive of the com mon,
ood. If your property (whether
ou reside iu town or country), is
tuinsured let this be, as it were,
a word to the wise"
iustained Heavy Loss. . '
Cn Thursday night last about
2:30 o'clock Mr. A. B. Covar,
rho resides in the southern sub
rbs of our town, was awakened
y the barking of his dogs, and,
n going out in the yard, found
hat his barn was on fire. The
Iarm was given but the fire had
lade such headway that it was
inpossible to save the building
r its contents. Mr. Covar'a loss
ras very hea/y, aggregating fully
1500. Besides the loss of a large
ew barn, buggy house and fowl
ous?, Mr. Covar had two valua
l i horses, one mule, one wagon,
wo buggies, a Dumber of chick
ns, corn, fodder, hay, farming
mplemeuts, etc., burned. A colt
rae also severely burned. He was
ecently offered $175 for the mule
nd one of the horses was even
f greater value. Mr. Covar had
wo large barns and the one that
rai uninsured was burned. There
> no way to account for the ori
;in of the fire unless it was the
.ct of an incendiary. The friends
if Mr. and Mrs. Covar sympa
hize with them deeply in the
leavy loss which they sustained.
Soft and crooked bones mean
bad feeding. Call the disease
rickets if you want to. The
growing child must eat the
right food, for growth. Bones
must have bone, food, blood
must have blood food and so
Dn through the list.
Scott's Emulsion is the right
treatment for soft bones in
children. Little doses everyday
give the stiffness and shape
that healthy bones should have.
Bow legs become straighter,
loose joints grow stronger and
firmness comes to the soft
. Wrong food caused the
trouble. Right food will cure it,
Jn thousands of cases Scott's
pmulsion has proven to be the
right food for soft bones IQ
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & BOWNE. Chemist?.
409-415 Pearl Street. New York.
50c. and #t.oo ; all drags!***.
There is no better buggy wi jhe
market to-day 1 han the Colum
bus Buggy- If y#u want to, know
all about them, ask Dr\ J, T
Pattison, Dr- Hammond tfarmit
chet, Dr. Robert Marsh, Mr- jas^
A- Holland, Mr. B. Ei Nicholson
Mr. Hamp Morgan. For saith
RAMSEY $. JONES,
If you can't i
and look over a
the latest in 1
long coats. $]
Fall hats an
that will bear i
LOVETT 8 BOSTON STABS,
.'heir Entertainment Very
Pleasing in All Its Features.
It is seldom that there comes in
rhat ie Called a "lyceum course"
group of performers soch as en
?rtai?ed the audience that gatb
red last night for the second
[Umber in the series uuder Y. M.
I. A. auspices. "Lovett's Boston
tars" give a programme that i6
leafdug throughout and that
earns to get bettei with each piece
The. piano duet by Misses
Villa Lynett and Georgo Harvey
ras much enjoyed, each performer
bowing taste as well as skill.
?liss Ly net fri soprano is very at
I act ive-the natural sweetness of
er voice having suffered nothing
y the arduous training by which
II its qualities have been im
proved and strengthened. Miss
lynett's enunciation, good
biroughout, is especially striking
a the more rapid movements,
laving two numbers ou the list
tue was each time heartily called
nek and the response in each
ase only added to the good im
ressions previously made.
Miss Louise Lathard's handling
f the violin is artistic throughout
ut never mechanical. She plays
s one might expect a musical
oman to sing-as if ehe herself
as touched by every sweet straiu
lat her instrument gives forth,
oth time and tune perfect her
spression is always excellent,
a the upper registers her finger
lg is accurate to an extent which
lirly entitles her to rank among
rofessionals, whilst all her music
ives the impression that she is
?ally a lover of her art.
Miss Georgia Harvey deserves
> he ranked high among "recita
onists"-she is entered on th?
rogramme by the less pretentious
rm "reciter." All her preseuta
ons evidence arduous training
hieb seems to have been render- ,
1 at once more effective and
OF EITHER CLOTH-QUA1
The very best of both are
perfect apparel for men that ti
Special School Su
We are Sole Agents for I
720 BROAD ST.,
We wish to let our South
weare now at McCreary's and
lie Recital at the College.
The recital given by the teach
rs, in the college auditorium, on
' riday evening was one of tho
?est entertainments of its kind
ver. given at the college. The dis
ilayof talent and ability in the
Qusic department, both vocal and
nstrumental, and in the depart
nent of expression, should be pe
uliarly gratifying to the patrons
if the music school. Mrs. F. N. K.
?ailey and Mrs. W.? K. Bailey
?pened the programme with a mag
1 i Scent selection, arranged as a
luet. The musical gifts of these
wo ladies arti too well known to
be people of Edgefield to require
somment. Rev. P. V, Blalock
ilayed, iu his inimitable style, a
?ornet selection, "The Heart Bow'd
3own." Miss Caldwell excels m
1er talents both aa a pianist and a
rocalist, j oaf casirg a well cultiva
ed aud extremely sweet voice.
iei! Landram rendered two diffi
cult composition from Norwegian
lomposers, with inuaioal taste,
dis? Nickles who is io charge of
he department of expression
eas said by many to he the
nos ; gifted elocutionist they had
JVP; heard, Her rendition of her
lelec lions! bp tb tragic and anius
ng, was perfect and brought forth
A satisfied CUB' om- r is. the bet t
id vert ?semen t< We have been
:aking measures for men's suits
for five years, and have never had
C, E. MAY.
dodge the fall
on, come hers
i superb line of
top coats and
:o to $30.
more satisfactory to herself by hor
evident fondness for her work.
Mr. Frank G. Reynolds ii called
on the ?Bt a "humorist"-such he
evidently is. He gives "storiettes"
and "impersonations." Hil little
stories are very funny-very at
tractive. His impersonations,
considered as specimens of first
class mimicry, are molt excellent.
And Mr. Reynolds in his way
sings well. But there is above all
these features something that
makes him' wiu his audience so
thai they very much enjoy all
thai he says or sings or doei or
looks-and his looks are frequent
ly irresistible. He must have
practiced laboriously to do what
he does and do it well. But to
have made his efforts effective it
is plain that he is a gentleman of
extraordinary gifts in bis line.
The-entertainment as a whole
waa euch a? to reflect credit on
the whole company and cause the
patrons of the lyceum course to
hope for something jus* as good
next time.-The State.
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Friend in the Household.
Every home requires certain
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modero type, for use io emergency
or on the appearance of chronic
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ringworm, pimples, prickly beat,
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ATY OR TAILORING IN
combined to make the most
ie highest skill and ingenuity
$10 to $25
$5 to $8
ite $2.50 & $3.50
IA WES HATS.
Carolina friends know that
will be glad to see and wait
C. M. RA?TON.
Having enjoyed a year of proc
perity, now comes bef?te the pub
lic feeling that they are in be'iter
position than ever to satisfy their
customers both as to quality and
prices. We have al ways kept
in stock a full line of Groce
ries, Wagons au d Buggies.
Our line of Furniture has not
beeu oomplote for the want of
space. We have overcome this
difficulty by tho addition of a
second story, aud we now have a
full and up-to-date stock of Fur
Mr. A. A, Glover, formerly with
Ramsey & Jones has charge of tho
Vehicle, Furniture and Undertak
We invite an inspection, of our
All who vis
a cordial wel<
THE FARMERR BANK
OF EDGEFIELDJS. c..
STATE AND COUNTY DEPOSITORY
THE LARGEST AND STRONGEST BANK IN EDGEF " " r ' N
Paid up Capital....$ 58,000.00
Surplus and Undivided.Profits.. 22,00^00
Liability of Stockholders. 58,OQj?O
Protection to Depositors .$138^00^.00
We invite attention of those desiring a safe depository for their money to the uuuve
acts. INTEREST PAID O N DEPOSITS BY SPECIAL CONTRACT.
U.ii:rprjv inion of its charter this bank is authorized to act as trustee, guardian
dminlstrator and executor, and to accept and e zecute trusts generally.
A. E. PADGETT, President T. H RAINiFJRP, Vice-Pre
J. L. CAUGHMAN, Cashier. W. H. HARLING, Assk-Cashie
* ri fl^T s. I
One case TAILOR MADE SKIRTS $1.25 to $8.00. Pit, quality
and Workmanship guaranteed.
One case TAILOR MADE CLOAKS, the Claaks are direct from
Manufacturers and the patterns are correct.
200 Dozen Hosiery, Ladies, Childs, Misses and Gents 5cts to oOcts
One case ELKIN BLANKETS $3.00 to $6.00.
One case Cotton and Mixed Blankets 65 cts to $2.50 pair.
50 Dozen Corsets 50 cts to $1.00.
100 Pieces Teasle Downs, Outings and Flanueletts 10 cts yard:
One case Shetland Shawls and Fascinators.
Yours for business,
JAS. E. HART
Get your Laundry in Tuesdays^
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Stoves Banges Mantels
TILING AND GRATES.
LARGEST STOCK. LOWEST PRICES
Tin Plate, Galvanized and Black Sheet Iron, Solder,
Copper, Zinc, Etc., Tar Roofing -\
and Sheathing Paper. i
Tin Roof and Galvanizod Sheet Metal Work a
REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE.
1009 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga. Bclls?,(?hon..
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 me at Mr. C. E. May's Store. *
MISS MARY BUFORD.
Call at Our Store
And let us show you through the
largest stock of Clothing, Shoes,
Hats and Furnishings ever
brought to Edgefield.
WE buy only from the largest
and most 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 & MINIS.
goods and a comparison of price.
Oar stock ol: vehicles include the
King of Buggies. Babcock, The
Columbia, McFarlan, Browu,
Wrenn and Jewell. We sell the
Mitchell, Oweneborro, Piedmont
and Russel] wagons. We bare the
best line of Cook and Heating
Stoves ever brought the Edgefield.
Our Steel Ranger are unexcelled
in style finish and durability.
Three sizes. We offer also the
Iron King, Macks Leader, Cresent
Leader, Globe Leader and Stunner.
All sizes and prices to suit the
In ^Furniture . we have hand
some Oak Suits', Bureaus, Wash
stands with or without Toilet
Chiffonie rs, Table?, China Closets,
Wardrobes, Sideboards, Hat Racks
Chairs, Lounges, Iron Bed Springs
We have the best line of Mat
tresses ever brought to Edge field.
Rugs and Mattings we have in all*
grades. We have also a full line
of Art squares.
Our new Hearse arrived and we
are now ready to respond to calls
at reasonable prices. '
Our Undertaking Department
is comp?lete, we have a full line of
Coffins of all kinds from cheap
varnished goods to best Metalic.
Our stock Draped Cloth and
White Plush Caskets are as hand
some as ever brought lo town. We
also keep in stock a nice lino
sit our store will meet w^t^
3ome and will receive polite