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Ede^ef ?eld Advertiser
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 7,1904.
. There, is nothing in EdgeSeld
that presage* more noticably and
conspicuously the Christmas tide
than do the beautiful front win
dows of Messrs. Ramsey & Jiues'
- store. They would do credit to a
store in a large city. Beautiful cut
glass, handsome silverware, and
jewelry of every conceivable kind
in new- and very attractive designs
are AII'SO artistically arrauged as
to arrest the attention and call
forth the admiration of those,who
. pass. The largest assortment of
jewelry, gold f nd silvtrware that
fias ever been seen in Edgefield.
This line of merchandise, which
is intended to adorn the home as
well as lo be of service, is a fitting
. complement to the main stock o?
MesBrs. Ramsey & Jones, which,
besides their large vehicle depart
ment, consista of house furnish
ings of every conceivable . kind.
" For preseute that are useful for
gifts that ard*beautiful, for holi
day goods of,every kind that are
reasonable in prices, we direct th?
shoppers to this mammoth store.
Should they fail to call befoie
their purchases are made they
will regret it. Mr. Jones has had
years of experience which enables
him to buy those things that are
dependable aud servicable as well
Just received single Bed Spring's
1 and Mattress to fit.
EEGEFIELD MERCANTILE STORE.
Watson's Business Locals,
Cabbage 2 cts, per pound.
Sweet Potatoes IC cts. per peck.
Best Cream Cheese 15 cts. per
15 Bars Octagon Soap for 50ct?.
All kinds of drinks except the
strong. . .
Big line fresh Candies just re
Genuine Fresh Mackerel 5 cts.
or 6 for a quarter;
Apples, Orang?e, Raisics, Coot
nuts, Bananas, Malaga Grapes, j
. Mixed Nuts.
. Yankee Beaus, Lima Beaus,
White Peas, Irish Potatoes, On- ?
ions, Pigs' Feet.
?t?FCall to spe us and we will
strive to please you.
C. W. WATSON.
Opposite Cotton Mill Door.
LOST on Friday November IS,
, about dark between Wise ^reek
"bridge and Horus Creek bridge iu
the neighborhood of Jim A?ams i
. on Martintiwn road, one single
. action 41 Colt's piajtftL The party ,
who may .have found it will please
^notify me at Edgefield or Plum
j^granob, S. C^ and I- will reward ?
D. P. SELF.
> . .Nov. 22,1904.
Ladies you should see J. M.
Cobb's beautiful line of DRESS
GO JDS before buying. They are
tba newest on the market.
Fresh Shrimp aud Lobsters at
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
New Mince Meat, Je!latines,
.Seeded Raisins, Currants Citron,
Figs and Cocoa Nuts at
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
Genuine cow-boy saddle blan
kets for sale by Edgefield Mer
The Blue Ribbon stands at the
head of all bed springs Edgefield
Mercantile Company has exclu
sive sale of these things.
Fresh Oatmeal, Quaker Oats
and other kind s at
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
Our furniture stock is complete
in evpr/ department. See our Bed
Rooms suits, Wardrobes, Chiua
Closets Book cases, Chiffonniers,
Tables, and Chairs of all kinds.
Our prices on these goods are in
reach of all.
RAMSEY <fc JONES.
The Wicker chairs offered by
the Mercantile Company are the
handsomest ever seen i:i Edgefield.
Th? highest teBt of a wagon is
nine years wear. The Mitchell
Wagoi: has been used that length
t>f time'wirhout repairs, right, in
Edgefield couu'y. Sold by
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE Co.
' Weare offering 200 beautiful
RUGS and ART SQUARE at a
L_J. M. COBB.
Do you contemplate painting
your bouBe. If so, let us e?pply
you with the celebrated Heath &
Milligan paint, Tead, varnish and
stains. None better. .
The best 10 cents Salmon on
'. the market can be had at
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE
On the 22ud dey of December
-1904, the undersigned will make
application unto tue Probate Court
at Edgefield, South Carolina, for
a final discharge from hts trust as
executor of the estafo ot Mrs.
Sallie O. McCullough, deceased,
and as guardian of the estate of
Horace J. Ci ouch and G. Eddie
D. M. JOHNSTON.
I Nov, 19, 1904. . Elko, S. C.
VThere is no need to bake cak<?s
at homo when you eui come to our
"store and get delightful cakej and
crackers lhat ure fresh.
New Mackerel-the large fat
THE PENN DRUG STORE,
Mrs. C. -T. Ashley spent several
days last week iii Ellentou ou a
visit to ber mother, Mrs. Foreman.
Cashier J. L. Caughman has
moved i uto his new palatial resi
dence iu south Edenfield, aud Dr.
J. H. Carmichael has moved into
the house -formerl}' occupied by
As a result cf the Presbytrriau
revival services Cadets Fee and
Ashmore, of the 8. CC. I., and
Masters Robert Cain and Ham
mond Carmichael, united with
our Methodist church on Suuday
Mr. J. Ransom Timmerman
bas moved into the bouse near the
college that was formeily occupied
by Mr, J. L. Minis. We, the Ban
cona bites, welcome Mr. and Mrs.
Timmerman to our quiet suburban
Mr. G. P. Cobb, the leading
dealer of Johnston in buggies wag
ons, furnishings, has one of the
most complete stocks in this sec
tion, and invites his friends to
call and inspect his goods and get
bis prices before buying.
New and up to date statiouary
just received. Get an idea by a
look at display in front door.
C. E. MAY.
Mr. B. LyJoues had a narrow
escape from being seriously in
jured ou Saturday. A bale of hay
was thrown from the left of the
stables by one of the negroes and
it struck Mr. Jones on the head,
rendering him uuconscious for a
ihort time. His friends rejoice
that it wes no woree.
People are somewhat uuaccus
lomed to mud and hud it disa!
groeable but will be compensated
by having the wella replenished
with water. Then, too, the oats aud
wheat.will take good roots -an?
will be able to withstaud the
blizzards that are certain to come.
When a load of wood appears
upon our streets people rush upon
the driver and bid lively for it. lt
will not be an easy mutter to lay
ii. a supply ot' "Christmas woori"
this year. The supply is limited
and the demand strong.
Erighteu and beautify your
homes with new Rugs?, Matting,
Pictures. We have them iu end
less variety at very reasonable
RAMSEY & JOKES.
Edgefi?ld real estate coutiuue^d'
to change hands. Dr. W. Luj^fer
Jones has purchased from M^T P.
Wella, Esq.,' the place .o_Ua*C?rlum
bia street mat is occupied by Mr:
VV. A. Hart. Dr. and Mrs. Jones
will begin hou?ekeeping as soon
RS-tbe time expires for which Mr.
Hart has the place ranted.
There was no un lue excitement
incident to the recent Presbyte
rian revival, yet much lasting good
was"accomplished by it. As a re
Bult of this seiies of meetings
Cadet John S. Tedards ot the S.
C. C. I. united with our Baptist
church on Suuday morning last
and will be baptized at an early
Now is time to buy Blankets
Comforts. We are showing the best
line we ever handled, and the
prices are lower thau ever before.
C. E. MAY.
Dr. J. G. Edwards who makes
scores of friends wherever he goes
has come to Edgefield to practice
bis profession. During the past
year Dr. Edwards has resided in
the Meeting Street section and
the people are loath to give him
up. He with Dr. J. H. Carmichael
will occupy the front offices over
the Drug store of Messrs. Tim
brions Bros. Dr. Edwards is very
cordially welcomed to our towu.
He will board at Mrs. Susan Hill's.
The writer takes great pleasure
in recommending Mr. Luther Paul
to all persouR who are contempla
ting having their homes paiuted.
Witbiu the past fortnight be has
done some painting for us and w \
are entirely satisfied with his
work".. Mr. Paul not only applies
paint very skillfully but he under
hand)* the art of mixing aud ma
kiug colors. He is an Edgefield
boy who has worked his way to
the top in his chose h field. Mr.
Paul returns this week to Hou.
W. A. Str?m'?, to completo "the
decoration of his castle on Boles'
As the grea't Napoleon won fame
as Emperor of France so the
Edgefield Mercantile Company is
winning fame aB leader of low
price on furniture.
On Suuday morning next Rev.'
Ma.vin Auld will preach bia last
sermon before leaving on Monday
for tne annual Conferenca which
is to be held iu Darlington next
week. The work ii Edgefield has
prospered greatly at his bauds
and it is the uuiversal wish and
prayer of the people of Edgefield,
irrespective of church affiliation,
th>at he be returned to this circuit.
The Bishop could'do no wiser or
better thing than to make the
ae6ignmen t for three years dura
tion, this (with the year bebas
served) being the maximumjtime
in which a pastor is allowed to
remain iu ona field. The church I
acting as a nuit, has sent up a pe
tition asking that Mr. Auld b?
again sent to this field.
With this issue we begin a
Clearance Sale of our Boys' Kuee
Suite and Ladies Skirts. We in
tend, giving -his Space, in our
Slore to-p>thor line6, and open this
Sale at about, oue half their origi-.
THE CORNER STORE,
W. H. TURNER, Proprietor.
Messrs. B. L. Jones & Son, who
are tho largest dealers in mules
and horses in this section of the
stale, have just received two car
loads of Kentucky stock that will
be sold at very reasonable prices.
Read the new locals of Mr. C.
E. M?y, Mr. W. H. Turner, Ram
sey & Jones and the Edgefield
Mercantile Company, also the
new advertisements of J. E. Hart,
W. A. Hart & Co, Jones & Son,
li C. Levy's Son & Co., and M. E.
At sunset ou Thursday last the
Louse in which Mrs. Ina Holland
resided, the Bennet Holland
homestead, three miles east of
Edgefield, was burned. Mrs. Hol
land's household e flee ts were in
jured for $2,475 in the agency of
Mr. C. A. Griffin. Mr. B. S.
Holland had the house insured
The annual convocation of the
Masonic order in South-Carolina,
the grand lodge, will be held at
the Masonic temple in Charleston
next week, beginning on Tuesday.
I Mr. J. P. Ouzts will represent
Concordia lodge, Mr. P. T. Wil
liams will represent the Pleasant
Lane lodge and Rov. J. T. Little
john will represent the Parksville
lodge. Past Grand Masler Orlando
Sheppard, and District Grand
Master J. B. Haliiwanger will
.also attend. The Masonic temple
has been repaired and renovated
since last the grand lodge met.
This annual gi.thering ?B always
looked forward to with a great
deal of interest by 'lie member?
of the order over the state.
--There can be no tr no happiness,
where comfort does not exist.. We
can supply the comfort by selling
you one of our up-bolstered cnairs
EDGEFTHLD MERCANTILE COMPANY.
Mr. R. L. Dnnovant. the popu
lar manager of the Penn Drug
Store, dirplayed excellent taste
and splendid judgment in the
purchase of his holiday goods in
Baltimore in the early summer.
Their great variety, surpassing
beauty and remarkable cheapuess
have been the marvel of the shop
pers that are already crowding the
stoie, notwithstanding the fact
that Christmas is yet more than
two weeks in the future. The
beautiful dolls from tbret; cents
to $1.50, the novel toys, the bric
a-brac, vases, lamps, very delicate
and beautifully designed china
and hundreds of other things too
numerous to mention are being
admired by the throng that daily
frequents the store. One thing is
conspicuously noticable about the
holiday goods at the Penn Drug
Store and that ?R their cheapness
When old Santa Claus m ak FR his
purchases there, this store being
hie Edgefield headquarters, he
will get full value for his money.
Just received a car load of "Old
Hickory" and "Blue Grass" wagons
and two car loads of "Rock Hill"
and "Hackney" buggies. We waut
to sell you.
RAMSEY & JONES
Consumption is a human
weed flourishing best in weak
lungs. Like other weeds it's
easily destroyed while young;
when old, sometimes im
Strengthen the lungs as you
would weak land and the
weeds will disappear.
The best lung fertilizer is
Scott's Emulsion] Salt pork
is good too, but it is very hard
The time to treat consump
tion is when you begin trying
to hide it from yourself.
Others see it, you won't.
Don't wait until you can't
deceive yourself any longer.
Begin with the .first thought
to take Scott's Emulsion. If
it isn't really consumption so
much the better; you will soon
forget it and be better for the
treatment. If it is consump
tion you can't expect to be
cured at once, but if you will
besrin in time and will be
rigidly regular in your treat
ment you will win.
Scott's Emulsion, fresh air,
rest all you can, eat all you
can, that's the treatment and
that's the best treatment.
We will send .you
a little of the Emul
sion free. *
Pe nure that this picture in
the form of a label 13 ol) the
wrapper of every bottle of
Emulsion you buy.
SCOTT & BOWNE,
409 Pearl St., N. Y.
jwv" and $v, ai! druggists^
Who'll be Queen of the Carni
val? The following are the votes
cast up to Tuebtlay afternoon .in
tbe Contest for fie' mott popular
young lady who will be crowued
queeu of the cernival and will
receive the solid gold' watch that
is now displayed in the window
of Messrs. Ramsey & Jones : Mis
ses Stella Wralker921, Lee Morrall
765, Jennie Pattison 390, Florrie
MorraJl 220, Kate Sheppard 75,
Lime Mims 70. Lucretia BrunFon
60. Orleua Pattison 45, Virginia
Addison 3fj, Grace Tompkins 25.
New P? reales Outings, ? Cham
brays- Table linens Towels etc..
just received. GL?*t our prices be
fore ycu buy.
The work of repainting and re
newing our already beautiful
Methodist church has been com
pleted. Not only did Rev. Maivin
Auld superintend the work, seeing
that it was well done, but much
of it was done with his own hands.
The beauty of the church has been
greatly enhanced by placing a
very handsome uew carpet upon
the floor. The pastor and his de
voted flock are lo be congratulated
upon the mauuer in which they
have improved-their houso of wor
In making a list of your Christ
mas purchases that are to gladden
the hearts of friends aud loved
ones, bear in mind the many
beautiful th ii TS that are on dis
play on the second floor of the
Edgefield Mercantile Company's
store. On the first floor of this
large establishment will be found
in great abundance the delicacies
ot the season that will regale the
in uer mai: and on the second floor,
which is in charge of the compe
tent aud courteous Mr. A. A.
Glover, will be found hundreds of
things that will beautify, bright
en and a d to the joy and com
fort of the home. A few ot them
are Braes aud Enameled Bede,
Oak, Mahogany and Wicker Rock
ers, Dining Chaird, Dining Tables,
Parlor Chaire, Rugs in eudhies
variety, Carpets, Matting in at
tractive pattoms, Bed Room suits,
Toilet Setp, Lamp?, and scores of
other things that lack of space
prevents our naming. The holiday
shoppers should not fail to call
and include numbirs of these
pretty and useful things in their
list of purchases.
Crest PiUgs are something new
in Edgefield call at Mercantile
Store and examine them.
Tn announcing the names of
those who attended thu state Bap
tist convention in Chester last
week we omi!ted the names of
0. Sheppard, Esq., and Col. F. N.
K. Baile}'. As moderator of ""the
Edgefield association Mr. Shep
pard was made happy to know
that this was one of the four as
sociations to exceed their oppor
tionmeut in the contributions'to
the Connie Maxwell Orphanage.
In contributing to the work of
state missions the Edgefield asso
ciation also measured up to what
was expected of it. Thia should
encourage and inspire those who
compose this association to do
oven greater things during the
next convention -year. At every
hand there is abundaut evidence
of how God is blessing the people
of our county in a material way.
and the people should show their
gratitude by contributing liberal
ly of their substance toward the
furtherance of His cause.
31 rs. Julia Tompkins Shcrfesee,
It has been many a day Bince
our community received euch a
shock' as was caused on Tuesday
morning by the announcement
that Mrs. Jul ia Tompkins Sher
ie see was dead, having breathed
her last at eleven o'clock of the
privions night. She was the eld
est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.
S. Tompkins, having married Mr.
M F. Sherfesee on the 9th of
There was many a tear-dimmed
eye as the sad intelligence spread
from home to home, from indivi
dual to individual, for who did
not love Julia Tompkinp? SweM
gentle, amiable, thoughtful,kind,
talented, carrying sunshine and
gladness wherever her merry,
childlike voice was heard. The
memory of her-ahoi t but happy
life will PV?T be cherished hythe
I urge circle of fru-nda who loved
To the heart broken parents
who mouin thd loes of their first
born our heart goes out in deep
est pym pal hy, also to the devoted
sisers. And may the Lord ba ten
derly near t he griel-strickeu hus
band iu this hour of bereawnii nt.
These loved outs have the nesur:
auce that ehe is not dead lut
Bleepeib, and is sa fe iu th? arms
of Jesus, around whose great white
throne they can gather a reunited
Mrs. Julia Tompkins Sherfeseo
and ber little babe wee tenderly
laid to rest ou Tuesday afteruoou
in our village cemetery, the pas
tor of the deceased, Rev. C. E.
Burts, officiating at the funeral.
New dress goods 56 inches wide,
Bruwn, Navy, Gray, and Black at
50c. per yard at
C E. MAY.
SHEET IRON STOVES,
KE RC SENE STOVES.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OP EDGEFIELD.
Court of Common Pleas.
Walter P. Brimson,
Daniel D. Brimson, Jr.,et. al.
Pursuant, ro the decree in thia cause
I will resell al the risk of the/ormer
purchaser, to the highest bidder, be
fore the Court House, town of Edge
field and State of South Carolina on
saiesday in January (the same being
the 2nd day of said month) between
the legal hours of sale, the following
deucribed nalty to wil :
All and singular t hat certain parcel
or tract ol' land, situate, lying and be
ing in the County of Edgefield, in the
State ,of South Carolina, containing
. one hundred and twenty-five (125)
acres more or les?, and bounded by
lands of Hattie Lanham, Mrs. Dabney
Jones, Fannie Dorn and lands former
ly owned by W. ?5. Allen.
TERMS OF S & LE : Cash,
Purchaser to pay for papers.
W. F. ROATH
Master; E. C., S. 0.
Dec. 7th, 19J4.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF ELGEFIELD.
Court of Common Pleas.
Mamie Collins, et. al.
Pursuant to the decree in this cause,
I will oller for sale ar public outcry lo
the highest bidder, before the Court
House, town of Edgefield and State of
South Carolina on saiesday January
1905, (the same being the 2nd day
of the said month) between Hie legal
hours of salo, the following described
realty to wit :
All that tract of land in Edgefield
County South Carolina, containing
thirty-eight (3S) acres more or less, on
waters of Mountain Creek, as shown
by a plat, made by isaac Boj|ew, and
adjoining lands of Mrs. Williams,
Aaron Ouzts, William Street and
others, being the Dan Ouzts or Fannie
TERMS OF SALE:
One liait cash, and Hie balance on a
credit of one year, with interest fron?
the day of sale. Purchaser to give
b jnd and a. mortgage of the premises
aold to spcuru the payment ol' the
credit portion or all nash nt the pur
chasers cption--terms must be com
plied with or satisfaction given to
Master or lie is authorized to lesell
the same day.
Purchaser to pay for pipers.
\V. F. ROATH,
M af ter, E. C., S. C.,
JLVe, 7l h, 190-1
STATE OF SOUTHC AROLINA,
COUNTY OF EDGEFIELD.
Court of Common Pleas.
J. M.. Pettis, Administrator, et. al.
J. TI. Bouknignt, et. al.
Parsuant to the decree in this cause,
I wijl offer for sale to the highest
bidder before the Court House, town
of Edgefield and State of South Caro
lina, on saiesday in January 1905, (the
same being the 2nd day ?fsaid month)
betwesn tue legal hours of sale, to wit :
TRACT NO. 1.
All that tract or parcel of land?
situate in the County of Edgefield?
State of South Carolina, known as a
part of tho Jones tract, containing
one hundred and lhirty-se\en (137)
acres, more or less, and bounded by
land of Mrs. Lizzie II. Folk, and
others. The same being the tract of
land conveyed to B. W. lit ttis, Jr., by
the Commissioners of the Sinking
Fund, by d^eil dated February ], 18(36.
(lass twenty-seven acres, which has
since been conveyed to George Dun
ton^. To be sold as a-whole or in
TRACT NO. 2
All ol that tract or parcel ofjand,
situate in the said County and State,
containing three hundred am! eighty
two (382) acres, more or le:-s, and ad
joining ?ands of estate ol' Beersheba
Hollingsworth; A. A. Glover, land of
Abner M i ms, arni others. Being the
tract of land conveyed to B. W. Bettis,
Jr,, by John E, Bacon, by deed, dated
December 3, ls>79. (Less one hundred
and eight acres of said tract, con
veyed by B. \Y. Bettis, Jr., io M. A.
M i ms).
TRACT NO. 3.
All of that tract or parcel of land,
situate in the said County and State,
containing three hundred and thirty
(3i?0) acres, more or less, bring known
as "The Red Oak Grove Tract", and
bounded on the north by lands for
merly belonging to Mary Holston,
east by land belonging to E, W. Thur
mond, W. WcDanie), on the south by
the Scotts Ferry Road, and on the
west by Big Stevens Creek.
TRACT KO. i.
All that tract or parcel of land,
situate in the said County and State,
containing two hundred and one (201)
acres, more or less, known as *'the
Horns Creek place", and bounped on
the north by public road leading to
Horns Creek church, on the east by
Is.nd ol' Wi J. Gaines, on the south by
lands of B. .J. Jones and Frank Bettis,
and on the west by land of Frank Bet
TE HMS OF SALE:
One third cash, and the balance in
tvirn equal annual installments, with
interest from the day ol' sale at the
rate of S% per annum. Purchaser to
give bond and a mortgage, of the pre
mises sold to secure the payment of
the credit portion cr all cash at the
purchasers option-mortgage to in
clude ten per cent attorneys fees if
brought to suit. ?
Purchaser to pay for paj ors.
W. F. ROATH,
.Nov. 28. 1&04, Master E. .C, S. C.
Owing li the continuous down
pour of rain the public sale of
laud on Mou day was not very
largely attended. The Lewi J land,
65 acres, was bought by Mr. J. H.
Cogburn for $600. The Edwards
land was bid in by M ess rd. Shep
pard Bros, the plaintiff's attorneys
ALE ii Y
During this sale we wi
EDGEFIELD never heard of
have other orders coming in c
one and send every visitor to
You may not believe it
them in our store for what w<
with us so liberally in the pasl
the northern markets.
Every man, woman ani
our store durino- this enormou
Tricot Flannels, everyboda sells
for 35c yard, 21c
Calico at 4c
Yard wide Sheeting, 4?c
Outing ac 4c
Drilling at 6c
Sea Island worth 7c at 5?c
Shoes ! Shos ! Shoes !
800 Pairs Ladies Heavy Shoes
worth $1.25 at 85c
500 Pairs Ladies Heavy Shoes
worth ? 1.50 at $1.19
Men's Working Shoes $1.25
Men's $1.50 Shoes at $1.10
500 Pairs Men's Dress Shoes,
worth $1.25 at 95c
Men's $3.50 Vic: Sbo>s, at $2.45
I have a large line of Men's and
Children's Shoes that havn't space
Our Do ?
You are the loser if you miss
5000 Paper Shell Pecans grown
[from native nuts average 37 to the
?pound. We know of none fiuer 25
'cents each 12 for $2.00 100 for
300 Jap walnuts 25 cents each
12 for $2.00.
Peaches 10 cents oach or 12 for
$1.00, apples tested varieties.
Golden May, Red June and
Watson's September, 10 cents
each or 12 for $1.00.
Keefer pears 2 to 3 feet $1.50
Japan plums 25 cents or 12 for
$2.00, Roues $3.00 per dozen.
P. N. LOTT,
Johnston, S. C.
\Yh8t will make a more appro.
priate Christmas present for any
member of the household than
I a beautiful Wicker, Oak or Ma
Ihogauy Rockiug Chair? Our stock
of these goods was never larger.
RAMSEY & JONES,
Do you need a fall suit? Our
new samples are here. Come in
and see them.
C. E. MAY
IE LIO-IEIFIIELID. S, O
Teeth Extracted without Pain.
Fourteen Years Experience.
Office over Post Office
Having enjoyed a y??ar of pros
perity, now comes befo e the pub
lic-feeling that they are in be;rer
position than ever to satisfy their
customers both as to quality aud
prices. We have always kept
in stock a full line of Groce
ries, Wagous and Buggies.
Our line of Furniture has not
been complete for the waut of
space. We have overcome this
difficulty by tho addition of a
second story, and we now have a
full and up-to-date stock of Fur
Mr. A. A. Glove;-, formerly with
Ramsey &, Jones has charge of the
Vehicle, Furniture and Uhderlak
We invite au inspection of our
All who V?!
a cordial weh
;ember 2nd ar
ll give our customers a feast (
before. We have put in a v
laily, hence we are prepared tc
our store away with a satisfied
, but if we had to buy these g
e are going to sell them to yo
i are entitled to what bargains
d child in this vicinity is given
s sale, whether they buy or no
Hosiery. Hosiery. '
Tbe largest line of Hoisery ever
brought to Efigefield, all guaran
teed to be worth 10c per pair.
Price 4 prs for 25c.
Skirts and Jackets.
A very large variety of Ladies'
Tailor Made Skirts and Jackets to
fit all, from the largest to the
smallest, from 98 cents up to
My slock of Clothing is so largd
you can't judge much from this
advertisement. You will have lo
come and let us show it to you.
We will give you a few of our
Men's $4.00 snits 2.50
Men's $500 6uits 3.75
Men's $7.00 suits 4.75
Men's $12 suits 8.75
Men's $15 suits, merchants tailor
made, any size 9.25
A large variety of Boys Suits
that I am making the same cut in
prices as in the mens suits.
75 dozen Men's Heavy Fleece lined
Underwear, real value, 50c each,
per pair, this sale 75c
So Beats Other People
this sale at
ELLS all kinds of IN
^AVE a talk with me,
and I will show you
EVERYBODY who can,
x^lh? should have a policy
ggg? which brings
fzJ^APID returns in case of |
3?? sickness, accident,
death or losses from
IRE, tornadoes or ligh
Tpr^XPLANATIONS of all the
l??s different policies gladly
J?Ofl given, and remember also
ELL Surety Bonds of
gp^ all kinds.
safA VERY company I represent]
C'.W% is good and solid finan
BgjM cially, and all business
ENTRUSTED to me,
will receive prompt
and personal attention
All persons are hereby warned
not to hunt, fish, cut timber, haul
wood from, or trespass in any
manner whatsoever upon tbe lands
of the undersigned'. Those who
do so must sutler the penalty of
P. P. BL?LOCK.
goods and a comparison of price.
Our stock of vehicles include th*
King of Buggies. Babcock. The
Columbia, McFarlan, Brown,
Wrenn and Jewell. We sell the
Mitchell, Owensborro, Piedmont
and Russel 1 wagons. We have the
best line of Cook and Heating
Stoves e<rer brought the Edgefield.
Our Steel Ranger are unexcelled
in style finish and durability.
Three sizes. We offer also the
vIron 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
Chiffouiere, Table*, China Closets,
sit our store w
come and will
3f genuine bargains, such as
ery large stock of goods and
? supply the demands of every
expression on his face. ?
;oods now, we could not put
u, but you who have traded
we might have picked up in
a cordial invitation to visit
t. You are welcomed.
We have a very large line of Hats,
for stylish men
The $2.00 kind to go at $1.45
The $1.50 kind to go at .95
The $1.25 kind to go at .85
The $1.00 kind to go at ..75
The 75c kind to go at .45
We have bought 500 pairs of
Blankets-believing that we are
going to have an unusual cold
winter-to supply every family in
Edgefield county. I will let them
go in this sale ; will not say any
thing about the prices, for they
are]away down, down below New
The best Linen Handkerchiefs,
the 5c kind, 3 for 10c
Ladies size Handkerchiefs, to go
at 3 for 5c
35 dozen Fascinators, sold every
where for 25c, 19c
Also a large variety of Ladies'
100 dozeu Men's Sunday Shirts,
sell for 50c everywhere, but my
price is 24c
500 Overcoats? You-will need one
and we want to sell it to you.
Price, cheap. "
's Say So.
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
GET O CJR PRICES.
Complete Cotton, Saw, Grist, Oil and
Fertilizer Mill Outfits, Gin, Press
Cane Mill,and Shingle Outfits.
Building,Bridge, Factory, Furic
and Kailroad Castings, Bailroad, 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
f2C^" Kepa is Promptly Done
Luted Irin loris & Supply Co
; 805 Broad Street.
W. B. YOUNG, - - -v P'esident
J. G. WEIGLK, - ... CMhier
SAVINGS ACCOUTS SOLICITED
Interest Paid on Deposits.
' Wardrobes, Sideboards, Hat Racks
Chairs, Lounges, Iron Bed Springs
We have the best line of Mat
tresses ever brought to Edgefield.
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
ia complete, 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 line
ill meet with