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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 2,1904.
On Tuesday next who will it
be, Parker or. Roosevelt ? The
election of the former means ace
and prosperity, while the election
of the latter means race friction,
aud humiliation to the southern
A contest, by the defeated Re
publican candidate fer congress,
is usually the sequel to the Federal
elections. Do n:?t strengthen the
negro candidate^ case when the
contest comes by absenting your
self from the-polls on Tuesday
One of many swords, banging,
like that of .Damocles, over the
south, is the reduction of our re
presentation in the national con
gress. Noihiiig else so aggrava'es
or increases this menace as the
email vote that is caat. Then, it
is unquestionably the duty of
every ingenuous while citizen lo
cast his ballot in the general elec
tion just as be did in the primary.
One of the bes' and most flour
, ishiug female cjlleges iu the state
is the Columbia Female college,
which is owned and controlled bv
the Methodist Conference of South'
Carolina, The contract has just
been let for the erection of baud
some new buildings in the suburbs
of Columbia, which is to be one of
the handsomest college properties
io the state.
Human blood will not be so
ruthlessly shed m Saluda county
in the future. Thf pendulum has
swung as far in the direction of
lawlessness as those who stand for
good government, iaw and order
will allow. It is a significant fact
that at tho recent terra of court
there was not an acquittal. Two
white men were sentenced to ten
.year? each, in the penitentiary^ for
tilling a.negro. Saluda ;cap TyeT
' redeem tba unenviable reputation
she has made.
Mr. J. C. Edwards, who was
Dominated in the primary as a
member of the House of Repre
sentatives from Saiuda couufy,
died on Monday, the 24th inst,
?and the county executive commit
tee, by a vote of ten to six, has
chosen Mr. George Lester to fill |
the vacancy. The action ' of the
committee has caused some .dis
satisfaction and there may be
other developments in the matter.
The only way to fill such vacan
cies, to the satisfaction of the
people as a whole, is by ballot.
That the South is enjoying an
unprec?dented wave of prosperity
no one will deny. The manager
of a large circus that has just
completed a .tour of the South,
showing in several towns in this
8tatr-, Btated in an interview a few
days ago that be had never before
had a more successful season.
After paying the thousands of dol
lars of expense that had to be in
curred the sum of $100,000 was
netted. The parents of the cotton
belt could not have canned- so
many children to the show a few
years ago, the wherewithal? being
A general feeling, says the An-,
derson Advocate, has been built
up that cotton futures is a mighty
good thing to let aloue. Aside
from the moral feature of it, it is
too uncertain, it is too dangerous.
It is the most insidious form cf
gambling known, for the man who
goes into it becomes absorbed in
it and neglects all his other busi
ness, if he has any.
Nothing injures a man's crodit
with the bani-s, or with safe busi
ness men, quicker than to 1- t it
be kuown that he i j speculating
The latest bulletin of the census
bureau, on vital statistics obows
that the death .rate in Charleston
is greater than that of any other
city in the United States, this is
due largely to tbe great number
of colored people who inhabit the
city. When the census was taken
in 1900 the death rate per 1000
colored people wa3 87.5 per cent,
and 25.6 among white people.
The death rate of Savav.nah and
Jacksonville is but little less than
Chrrleston. The sanitary condi
tions among the negroes is so bad
as to invite disease of all kinds
which spreads among the while
people. - * ?
A Representative Citizen of
Plum Branch Opposes Calhoun
County, Giving: Good Ilea- '
sons Thcjefor. .
EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER :
Please allow me space to con
gratulate Brother Bacon for the
stand he has taken in the new
county .craze. The papers should
kpep the subject before the peo
ple. It is a vital questiou when
properly and thoughtfully con
sidered. A few disgruntled indi
viduals, for their interests and
not for the interest of the masses,
will, if it be possible, deceive
some of (he best people in the
land. First, what does it cost to
organize a new county? Let every
reader stop and consider. Therfi
io the court house and jail. Well,
says Mr. McC irmickite, "Oh, the
to\\iC and Mrs. McCormick will
do that part" Now, that, if proper
ly carried out, will be a small
item, all else considered.
Where is your road machine,
mules to handle that- machiuery
aud wagon to move the chain
gaug? And.(here will be the same
officers to pay that the old coun
ties have and the entire parapher
nalia thereto belonging.
How much morf;? A lot more.
Abat dors it cost to nm th*
court? Wjbat dops it cost to build
lhri bridge- ? Furthermore, how
will this proposed new county
obtain the means to build them?
Now, just hero let us suppose
and :i wise supposition it is when
we consider I he long drought that
we are having-that we were to
have a freshet like unto the ouf
of ;SS or ;S9. What would, he the
cost of rebuilding, all of I he
bridges on Little rivpr, Stevpns'.
Lougcain, Hand Labor, Curly
Town creeks and several small
stn-ms that must be bridged. It
is simply this: It would hank
rupt the county. For fear that I
tax your space and pa! ieuce 1
will close for this time but will
give you more later on.
The Columbia Fair was this
week's attraction. Quite a num
ber of our citizens attended. The
pickpocket as usual got a consider
able amount. Mr. J. W. Sawyer ol
this place lost his ticket. As h .
had before Jost a good sum of
money, he was on the alert and
had it in a secure pocket
Mr. R. W. Price has commenced
work on a six room cottage for
Mr. James A. Richardson .Mr.
David Howard will erect a dwel
ling ou the Jot adjoining the one
new owned by Mr. D. R. Strother
Mr. J. P. Buzhardt who is o
big saw mill mau finding colored
labor inefficient applied to the 1
immigration bureau for a number 1
of workmen. A few weeks sine'' '
about seven arrived direct from 1
Scotland. They are intelligent, '
quick to learn, and 60 far are
proving perfectly satisfactory in ,
every respect. 1
Our Johnston Baptist church j
waVre.presented at- rv9iky"GxaeJc ?
l;nr?n~m??Trr?g oj .Messrs. P. N. ?
Lott J. W. Crim, Sr. and B. F. I
Lewis. A good crowd assembled on (
Saturday, and a most interesting
meeting was held.
Mrs. M. A. Huiet has been in
Augusta for the past week at the
bedside of her sister, Miss Eliza
Miine; who has undergone a seri
ous aud painful operation. Miss
Eliza bas many friends here who
are in deep sympathy with her.
Mr. P. N. Lott has gathered ,
several dollars worth of pecans ;
from a tree not yet eight years old.
Cold Spring. .
Be ou the lookout for mercies. 1
The more we look for them the 1
more of them we will see. Bless- ,
ings brighten when we count them.
Out of the determination of the 1
heart the eyes see. If you want"
to be gloomy there is enough to
keep you gloomy ; if you want to
be glad there is enough to keep
you glad. Say, "Bless the Lord,
?, my soul, and forget not all his
benefits." Better lose couut in
enumerating blessings than lose 1
your blessings in telling over your 1
troubles. "Be thankful unto bim,
aud bless his name.-Sel.
The union meeting of the second
division of the Edgefield associa
tion met with Republican church
last Saturday aud Sunday. The
churches were not all represen'.ed.
The meeting on Saturday was
very good indeed. The spirit that
pervaded the entire congregation
was that of brotherly Jove. Thc
The .congregation filled the houBe
on Sunday.- There were several
good tallis madejby differeut|breth
ren. Then came the sermon on
State Missions. A collection
amounting to fifteen dollars and
five cents was taken.
Rev. J. P. Mealing, who is get
ting old in years, yet young iu
spirit, was present and made
several good short talks. We trust
that God will spare this good
man's life yet many years. Thi
next union will be at Parksville.
Mrs. P. R. Waits a.id Miss Mc
Knight, from Modoc. visited Mrs.
Hugh Waits last Friday.
Dr, Bl ckwell and his good wife
from Parksville visited Rose Cot
tage yesterday. DiT Blackwell told
us thatT, G Talbert, Jr., is very
ill. We extend our prayers and
sympathy to the entire family.
Mr. and Mrs. Bodie have a sick
We need a rural free delivery
route in our- community. The
mouey is in Washington for this
purpose and a route wculd not
make our taxes any higher bu'
help to make our post office pay
more and brine cur mails tr. our
door. It would also turu sixty
dellars per mouth loose io our
community. We cen . get thi5
route if some one will work i'j up.
Who will take hold of it ?
We were 111 Laurens and Spar
enburg seme weeks ago and were
told that Congressman Johnson
had establifhed thete routes over
his entire district and we b?liove
the sanie could be done here if
some one would undertake it
Made Young Again.
"One of Dr. King's Nr>w-Life
Pills each uigbt for two wei ks has
put me iii my 'teens' again"
writes D. H. Turner of Dempsey
town, Pa. They're the best iii the
world for Lft'er, Stomach an:l
Bowels. Purely vegetable. Never
gripe. On Iv 25c at
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
Trespass Notice ! !
All persons ar? positively warn
ed not to hunt, fish or trespass in
any manner whalFWver on our
lands or premises, as we will
vigorously enforce the law against
anyone found trespassing in dis
regard of this legal warning.
JAS. T. Ouzis,
DR. W. D. ? UZT'S?
VV. T. &?O. A. KINAIRD,
JAS. B. TOMPKINS,
MKS. A. N. I?OATWRIGHT,
MRS. E. N. BLOCKER.
J. A. Gulledge of Verbena, Ala.
was twice in the hospital from a
st vere case of pi ICE cii using 24
tumors. Af.er doc'ors . and all
remedies failed, Bucklen's Arnica
Salve quickly arrested further in
flammation and cured . bira. Ii
conquers r.ches and kills pain 25,
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
TAKES LESS WEARS LONGER
DaLancey Gregnrv of Fort Pia-n.
To Longman & Martinez, paint
Makers, N. Y.
"It's a surprise bow little L. &
M. Paiut is required to paint a
big house. Have sold th? L. & M.
for over twenty-five yearn.
"Many heusen are wei' painted
wilh four gallons of Longman <fe
Martinez L. & M. and three gal
lons of LiuBeed Oi! m:xed there
with. Actual cost of L. & M. less
than ?fl.20*per gallon. Wear.-? and
covers like'gold. Sold by The
Penn Dru? Stor*.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
BY J. D. ALLEN Esq., Probate
WHEREAS, Dr. W. E. Prescott
made BU Ft t i n.e, to grant him Letters
i)f Administration of the Estate and
pffects ot' Mrs. Ellen Prescott, de
THESE i RE THEREFORE to (ile
and admonish all and singular the
kindred and Creditors ot' the said
Mr<?. Ellen Prescott deceased, that
Lhey be and appear before me, in tiie
Court of Probate, io be he'd at Edge
tield 0. H., S. C, on the ith day of
November next, after publication
said Administration should not'be
GIVEN under my Hand, ttis loth
lay of October 19M.
J. D. ALLEN,
J .-P. E. C.
NATURE CUKES WITH SUL
Hancock's Liquid Sulphur Heals an
Entire Class of ills.
Emplayed in bathing, it confers the
tone and exhilaration which always
accompany lue healthful action ol' the
HANCOCK'S LIQUID SULruUK softens
and clarities the facial skin and im
parts a clear, brilliant complexion.
As Nature's greatest germicide, it
is the true, effective and lasting reme
dy for acne, burns and scalds, canker,
catarrh, diptheria, itch, pimples,
prickly heat, ringworm, and soreness
jf scalp, nose, eyelids, mouth or throat
Leading druggist sell it. Descrip
tive booklet on the nature, use and
i'?l'eets ol' this standard remedy will
be mailed to &uy audress by Hancock
Liquid SuiphurOo., Baltimore, Md.
A Startling Test.
To save a life, Dr. T. G. Merritt, j
of No. Mehoopany, Pa., made a
start' ing test resulting in'a won
derful cure. He writes, "a patient
was attacked with violent hemor- '
rhages, caused by ulceration of
the stomach, I had ofteu found
Electric Bitteis excellent for
acute stomach and liver troubles
so I prescribed them. The patient
gained from the first, and has m t
had an attack in 14 months."
Electric Bitters are positively
guaranteed for Dyspepsia, Indi
gestion, Constipation and Kidney
troubles. Try them. Only 50c
THE PENN DRUG STOPE. . i
New York E
is now ready with full shelves, full
wants and need3 of the Edg'jfieWl pi
WE suent a we ;k in New York
of manutaclurers to find the latest
Come, see our goods, get our prices
we succeeded iii buying firs!-class
Our stock of (lotning is well se
suit al!. We guarantee the quality
NEW FALL DRESS GOOD^.
of the new trimmings.
Large stuck of dependable s ho?
Try our shoes.and you will be su-tisf
HATS: We have all of the lal
very lort' prices.
We are headquarters f'->r unden
We will not be undersold. Wi
quuuti.ties from headquarters and '
save yin money.
j??T"Let us show you and we v
It is sait! rbVtf-jKj'biivg is- sure
except death uud_-t'qx'e'ey.bnt (bul
ie not altogether true.. Dr..King'
New D iscovery fer.,Consumption
is a surf-. cure: fbr^lali^uug and
throat troubles. .Thousands can
testify to that. \(r,L;.;C. B. Van
Metre of Shephe.rdto^n,\W.. Va.,
says "I had a severe, case of Bron
chitis and for a year fried every
thing I heard of, but got no relief.
One bottle of .Dr. Kingia New Dis
covery .then cured me'absolutely."
It's infallible for Croup, Whoop
ing Cough, Grip, Pneumonia and
Consumption. Tryit; lt's guar
anteed by . vs -
THE PENN DRUG. STORE. - .
Trial bottles free". -Regular sizes
50c, $1.CO. \M
Any ono sending a sketch and description mry
quickly ascertain our opinion frei? whether an
Invention lo probably patentnhle.'Communica
tions strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patenta
sent free. Oldest npenoy for securing patents.
Patents LaUcn through Munn >& Co. receive
ypxial noU'X, without charge,,In the
A handsomely illnstrated weekly. >.nrcest cir
culation nf any ?cientitle journal: Terma, ?K a
yav; four months, ?L Soldiyall newsdealers.
_BraacujOfflco. (25 F Bt, XTatihlcgton, D. C. _
The^e is no better buggy on tho
market to-day than the Colum
bus Buggy- If you wa<ib io know
rill about them ask Dr. J. T
Pattison. Dr.. Hammond Carmi
[lid, Dr. Hobevt Marsh, Mr-Jas.
.1- IL Hand, Mr. B. E. Nichols an.
Mr. Hamp Morgan*. For sale b
RAMSEY fy JONES.
pj| Tho sh&? that retina v/oman's
foot. Supports it at ?ll points end
B&3 decs not pinch or drw the foot.
The -secret is in thc sensible and
arti:-.;:: ijn.-r. of thc pjdclitfe las is,
?:--.--jr ->.!.,.<;li ih'j shoes arc shaped.
cr-. l!;t:'.-:s pod honest material fi
ir, l!ic Riiiciitfe rhoe, faithfully 0$
put tocclKcr. A!! thsse thincrs Ska
put tor,r.t!vjr. A!! thsse things ggf
. hava catii-rd thc Radcjirfe shoe to
aa k.-.ov. n as
Another reason why. tens of
thousand* of women wear the
Kudd i lie Shoe ls tho] price, lt
is a high ?nide sbo$, yet you
cnn buy it for
I That's rt clolhir lusa tbnn wc
could ?et for the shoe, if we
were willing to Bell few Instead
2g of many.
F or preserving and 1...
Vx.i nnv shoe uso RudclUTe Shoe
PROF. P. M. WHl'NAN,
209 7th Street - Au?ista, Qa.
?IVES FREE EYE TEST for all de
facts of sight. Grinds IB propon
Slesses and WARRANT them.
Lenses cut Into yonr frame wi ? you Trait.)
FREE OF CHARGE, 2&^SSL\
- ."j i?
counter?, full tables to imply 'hi
'rajisacking th* wholesale ou
in * y le and th- best i? qtfiiv.
and you will be convinceitii.il
oi--:chaiidjso at very reasiabl.
leer.-J and is markeri at pr tin i,
to UP. the beat obiaiable.
SHIRT WAIST 0?ODS au? nil
vs fur L.-idi-s, Men and' Chile.-:,.
?M i iutt II.;;-.e better can be na?
t'.jst sha-ies and c.jlors of habit
vear. Come and let us show y.
) toug it parly, bought in lao
he New York R-ickel Store cy
,il! 8?ll ven. I
Cil Treasurer's Mies.
County Treasurer's office, i.
Edgefield, S . C October 3rd. 1904.
The tax levy for various purp ses is
as fellows :
The lax books r?iil be oppn for col
lect in jr State. County and School taxes j
tor 19U4 from October 15, 1UG4, toi
Marchi, 1005. No penalties will be
added until January 1st, 1105. A pen
alty of one V"r cent, will be added on
all taxes uno'a'd by January 1st, 1905. j
A penalty of '.wo per cent, on ali un i
paid by February 1st, 1905. J penalty
of seven per cent will be added on ail
unpaid Mai ch 1, 1905.
For State 5 milis
Fur County 5 mills
For School il mills
Special Act for 'Jounty Offices34 mills
Fur Shaw B K bonds \% milis
Fur 1'iokensK K bunds 8J? mills
Fur Wise K K Lunds ljlfi mills
For Ed ge lie hi bohuol bonds 2 mil.s
For Edgeiield JJ K bonds \\ miks
For iJ?gclicld school - mills
For Johnston school 3 mills
All male persons living within cor
porate limits of cities or towns, stu
dents attending any coliche or *cliool
bf til A State, ministers in charge of
regular congrega lions, teachers em
ployed in public schools, school trus
tees during their tenn of ollice, pur
sons permanently disabled and those
actually engaged ii: Hie quarantine
.ervic1 cf thu Slate ?ire exeo.pt from
th?? payment bf ro;:d tax. ?il oilier
ina'e per-o?i> bel w eeo the J.?es>il IS
and on years au* reqiiiri d lu pay -.?id
Ti-ad lax. or w rk m t lei'- limn six
days d;rr? IIJ? I he ye.i r.
The pt li tax is ^LOO.
<\ M. yy I L Ll AMS,
Treasurer Edgelleld Goinitv.
I represent the Germania Life
of New York. The strongest of
In first-class companies with
Plate Glass Insurance.
Protect 3'our show windows,
cases and mirrors against acci
Be sure of an indemnity in case
of personal injuries, or sickness
fruin any cause.
gisSi^Cuiue and sec me.
M. F. SHERFESEE,
Edgefield, S. C.
if your eyes are worth
having they are worth saving.
Do so with the right kind of
Uiive you S'-f'?) the b-au5 if tr
pb.! i s bed oak il jue ie r.l the
IvEGEFJEI.D M El:-': A NT JV. 12 S'fOSMS
New Mackerel-: ho li? ge fat
ki uti ni
THE PENN ! BUG ST ??E.
The Stylish Overcoats
of the Year Are Here.
Men' New Belt Back,
52 inches long, full and graceful, Scotch mixtures
in different shades, great bargains from $12.50 to
6 lo 16 years, black and fancy Scotch mixtures,
very long and half belt $?.50 to $12.50.
Men's Stylish Suits, $10.co to $25.00.
Youth's " " $S.oo to $20.00.
Boys ?; ", $3.50 to $10.00.
720 BROAD ST.. AUGUSTA, GA
We wish to le} our South Carolina friends kno* -that
?re nre*now at M cC re a ry's and will be glad to see and wait
; upon them.
C. M. RAD TON.
lebrated "JANE HOPK?N'S CHILDRENS CLOTHING,
' ELK BRAND HATS.
HAMILTON Sc BROWN SCHOOL SHOES.
LADIES AND MEN'S DRESS SHOES.
LADIES WALKING SKIRTS.
i $??F*We guarantee satisfaction in the above goods.
From Head to Foot.
Our immense line of Clothing, Hats, Furnishings andi
.>hoes is complete, and to lovers of stylish dressing, our
stock is most attractive in ?
Style, Quality And Price.
OUR LADIES DEPARTMENT, consisting of Lad ie?
Suits, Odd Skirts, Shirt Waists, Ready-!o-wear Hats Etc.J
are attracting much attention from the ladies. We want all
[|r.he ladies of old Edgr-field to call, ai d see the Beauty,
Elegance and Style of our Ladies' Wear.
We hays added to our regular line a special line fine
?Shoes, ranging in price from Jf'3.50 to 16.00. Let us show
you through this department.
J. Willie Levy,
0LI\ER y-^ HILLED
JON rc? & SON
LNS U?A NGEASEN0Y
Vi hen placing your (nsur
ano"' irive nie a call. I rep
resent a very strung line jf
Insurance Companies; also
Agent, for the New York
H,I IT IS - - -
Insurance Cu. 1 will appre- j
prec?ate n si.are uf your tuis
ine-s. I can be foil titi al my
office-OfUcc No 2---ovcr 1 >:tnk ol
James "X". xVLMS ll
SO? Broad Street.
w . II. VCU.NG,
'.'/ ]. G. WEU?LK,
S/\ ViNUS ACCOUTS SOLICITED
Interest Pa?l on Deposits.
For Fire and Life
H?GO TO S EElllf
??AUGHMAN 8t HARLING
BEFORE INSURING ELSEWHERE.
We represent the best Old Line Companies. .
^AUGHMAN o H .A?LING . GENTS.
(^AUGHMAN Qi, nAKLlNG AGENTS.
CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS. . ~
WE have an excellent line of CLOTHING. Let us quote you pi ices:
Boy's Suits $1.50,2.00, 2.50 3 CO, 3.50, 4.00, 4 50, 5 00,-5.50.
Wen's Suits $7.50, 8.00, 9.00,10,00,12.00,15.00.
Youth's Suits .$5.50, G.50, 9.00.
Large line Pants for Boys and Men. Men's Pants $1.00* 125, 1.60,1.75
2,00, 2.??0, 3.00, 3.50,4.G0, 4,50, 5.00. Call and exauine the line before buying.
WE can tit you up in anything you want in CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS
and Furnishing Goods. Our prices are reasonable.
"Tb- L?M1:I? Irmranco Compnt j ff Am-rica*'
CAPITAL and SURPLUS OVER $10.000.000.00
No Fire Insurance Company in the United States has-=
as much CASH Capital or Capital and Surplus Combined.,
E. J. NORRIS, AGENT.
I have opened up a first-class stock of Dry Goo#s??
Shoes, Notions and Groceries'in one of the stores just across
the street from the Edgefield Oil Mill and I invite the'
Edgefield public to call and inspect my goods, and get my
prices. Get the prices of others then call'at my store and
you will buy from usours will be the lowest.
Try us on your family groceries and other household
necessities. We can save you money.
Yours to serve,
EDGEFIELD. S, O>
Teeth Extracted without Pain.
Fourteen Years Experience.
Office over Post Office
GET O?K PRICES.
Complete Cotton, Saw, Grist, On and
Fertilizer Mill Outfits, Gin, Press
Cane Mill,and Shingle Outfits.
Building, Bridpe, Factory, Eurie
and Railroad Castings, Railroad, Mil
Machinists'and Factory Supplies.
Belting, Packing, Injectors, Pipe
Fittings, Saws, Files, Oilers, etc. We
cast every day. Work 150 Hands.
Foundry, Machine, Boiler,
Press and Gin Works \
Repa is Promptly Done I
Lombard Iron Worte & Snpply Co
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
State and County Depository.
.T. 0. SHEPPARD, W. W. ADAMS, -??
J. IL BoUKXIGHT. T. H. RAIN8KOBDJ*
J. M. COBB, R.S. HOLLAND,
A. S. Toi'Picixs, C. C FULLER,
W. E. PRESCOTT.
J. C. SHEPPARD, President. .
W. W. ADAMS, Vice-Prerident.
E. J. M IMS, Cashier
J. H. A LLEN, Ass't Cashier.
Pays interest on deposits by special
Money to loan on liberal term?-.
Prompt and polite attention to bus
YOUR Account Solicited.
* C. A. GRIFFIN & CO.,
FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE.
The Companies represented by us have been doing busi
ress in Edgefield County for over twenty-five years.
AGGREGATE ASSETS OVER. ' -
WE will appreciate your patronage and give your busi
ness prompt and personal attention.
Now is The Time.
To buy fall gooda. You ueed the goods and [ need the nmiey,
cousequeutly it will be easy for us to trado.
Our store is ful1, iu fact we need more room, for new goods are
Here are a few prices: A full stock of Cal io is, ail fancy pat-.
Lerus, at 34 and 4 cfs.
WHITE HOMESPUN: Sold by other mediants at 6 eta. uow
SEA INLAND, 1 yard" wid*,
jells at 7 cfs. now 54 best grade.
OUTING from 4 ct?, up.
FULL LINE of all styles aud
Utilities of Ladies Dress Goods
-Flannels, Cassimers, Worsteds,
jtc, from 9 uts. lo 75 cts.
LADIES SKIRTS. ? very large
issoriment of Beautiful Skirts
'rom 70 cts. to $4.00.
LADIES AND MISSES' Jack
as and Capes in all thc latest
:oods ana colors from 70ct3?*to
CLOTHING : Come let us show
ou nur stock of Clothing-Men's
!uits frc m $2.25 to $15.00.
CC0 PAIRS PANTS from 34 cts.
GOOD ALL-WOOL Pants worth
1.50 now 74 cte.
Ad vertiser Building,
SHOES: The good q iality of
our shoes is what wo boast of, aui
tho cheap price eau not be met" by
competitors. Ladies dress shoes
from 70 cts. to $3.00. Gents sh oes
from 90 etd. to $4.00.
GOOD BROGAN for working,
mau worth $1.25 now 98 cts.-a
HATS : We are headquarters on
men's and boys' hats from 24 eta.
_A good Broad brim Hat worth
75 cts. now 24 cts., -si td o a nice
Alpine, all colors, selh for-^$1.50
now 75 cte.
MEN'S Fancy Dress Shirhf
worth 50 and 60 cts. our price 29
cts.-all fancy patterns. Better
grades 75 cts. for 48 cts.
Edgefield, S. ?,