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WEDNESDAY, JAN. ll; 19U5.
THE CORNER STORE'S
. Annual January reduction sale
of Embroideries Bleaching Lawns
and various odd lots of mid-win
.ter goeds is now on. We've plan
ned this sale at prices that will
catch the spare change of the
alert shopper. Keeling that we have
won your confidence on quality
and straght dealings we shall aim
to maintain and retain the same.
THE CORNEE STORE,
W. H. TURNER, Proprietor.
" A Card.
I wish to annouuee to my
friends in Edgefield county, that
I AM NOT going t? leave Edge
field, but WILL CONTINUE to
make this my nome, and will still
write insurance as before.
Yours respectfully, . -
M. F. S.3ERFESEE
BOARDERS WANTED: Two
gentlemen can eeoure board at
the home of Mist Lizzie Do bey.
We sell the celebrated Blue
Ribbon Springs ior beds and
guarantee them for five years.
BDGKTIELD MERCANTILE COMPANY.
Cieat Rugs are something new
in Edgefield call at Mercantile
Store and examine them.
New Mackerel-the large fat
TEE PENN DRUG STORI'.
WANTED : To trade a pai; ol
plantation mules in good conai
fife* for a pair of medium weigh 1
W. J. GAINES,
Trenton, S. C.
There can be no true bappines]
where comfort does not exist. Wy
C4D mpply the comfort by Bellini
you one of our up-bolstered coairi
EDCEFISLD MERCANTILE COMPANY
..l? * 7
Fresh candies of all kinds, alst
Fruits io great variety and abu ni
TiMMONs BROS. '
Now it time to buy Blanket.
Comforts. We are showing the beg
line we ever bandied, and th
prices are lower th?ti ever beforf'
C. E. MAY. *
Brighten and beautify yo
homes with new Rugs, Mattii.
Pictures. We have them in eu
less variety at very reasona?
RAMSEY & JoNEf
Heintz'a Pickles and Durkt
Salad Dressing at
In selecting Christmas td
wadding present do not tail tose
our etock of Cut Glass, Gold od
Silverware, and Jewely of all ki ls
RAMSEY & JONE*
Ladies you should see JiM.
Cobbys beautiful line of D' jSS
GOODS before buying. Tb foi
the newest on the -market.'
Fresh Shrimp and Lobste at
THE PENN DRUG ST .
'?Vhst will make a more >ro
priato Christmas present foany
member of the householdhan
a beautiful Wicker, Oak orMa
hogauy Rocking Chair? Ouitook
of these goods was never Jarr.
. RAMBSY & J Otb,
New Mince Meat, JeiUueP,
Seeded Raisins, Currauts Cron,
Figs and Cocoa Nuts at
THE PENN DRUG STIE.
Genuine cow.-boy saddle Dlan
kets ior sale by EdgefieicMer
Weare offering 200 beitiful
RUGS and ART SQUAR at a
J. M. CBB.
Just received single Bed wrings
and Mattress to fit. J
EEGEFIELD MERCANTILE TORE.
The best 10 cents Salion on
the market can be had at
THE PENN DRUG &ORE.
Fresh Oatmeal, Quafer Oats
and other kinds at
THE PENN DRUG TORE.
Our furniture stock is complete
in ev*ry department. Sec our Bed
Rooms suits, Wardrobe, China
Closet? Book cases, Cbironniers,
Tables, and Chairs of al kinds.
Our prices on these goos are iu
reach of all.
The Wicker chairs ofer??d by
the Mercantile Comj/an; are the
handsomest ever seen ridgefield
There is no need to bike cakes
at homo when you can cone to our
store and get deligbtfuflakes and
crackers that are fresh.
Just received a carBdToT^Old
Hickory" and "Blue G?" wagon*
and two car loads of ffiBfeck Hill"
and "Hackney" bugggj We want
to sell you.
Fresh Citroi., CunflHlnded
Raisins, Figs, Nuts/My?C;'"Bn9s
can be had frjm us fiH^Mi?son
Tho highest test oj
nias years wear.
Wagonvhas been net
of time.without rei
^bo reside in
SJSIH^Bly" near Chappell'^
? isSpiffir mother, Mrs. Vir
C. Juson, pn Friday last.
Iv. C. E. Burts is in Green
vil in attendance upou the an
nu meeting of the State Mission
Bod, of which board he is very
acte aud useful member.
*uuty Treasurer J. T. Pattison
anhis competent assistant. Mr.
J. rapp McManus, ar? writing
te/receipta and counting the?
ca as deftly as if they had been
atieir post for years.
.r. J. G. Edwaras united with
or'Metbodist church by letter on
Sjday morning last, and th?
p.jtor, Rev. Marvin Auld, admin
i^red the ordinauce of baptism
tpadet Joseph Ashmore.
l?on. B. E. Nicholson has ro
jested us to announce that al
lek overcoat was left in his
ice about two weeks ago. The
.?uer can get the coat by calling
the Bank of Edgefield.
Min cold windy weather thesei
. ords, "shut the door", can b
rbard more frequently tlpan ai.
?Dei s ?D a house wherej severa
hildreu and thoughtle8>3 grown
ip folks reeide.
Mr. J. M. Cobb informs the
Sdgeif^.ld shoppers in mis new
idvertisemeut that he JS| offering
ome special values iu cl/osingout
rinter gooda. It will pay you to
ead and need what he Isays.
Mr. B. H. Boyd, who ijs prii.ci
pal of the graded scbooH at Kidg>
?pring, spent Saturday /and Sun
iav in Edgefield as the guest pf
bis college-mate, RevJ Marris
AU of tho old aud sev/eral new
?tudeuta have returutrd to tie
iollege and the daily .'routine .of
work is moving along a's smootji
ly as if the Christmas vacation
aad not been given. .
Mies Mary Auld is iu Edegfield
spending a fortnight at the par
sonage witn her mother, Mrs.
Emma Z. Auld, and brother, RW.
Marvin Auld. She is
beloved and is beiff, ; H3^'
greeted by her numere]
Wool dress goods, w?
flannels, heavy under
everything in the wa]
goods at greatly reduc
Prof. David S. L. Jj
was private tufor at
for a number ol ye
now in Gastonia, N.
tuest ot v7 r? J_ . -^?^
B being very cordially greetetT"rr
iis Edgefield friends.
If you wa?t d?sirai.le seals for j
yourself and your beBt girl for
Thursday evening you bad better
jail at Mr. C. E. May's store ano
?ecure them at once. Such playE
?8 "Farmer Hopkins" always at
r?ete a larg?? crowd and the best
?eats will be engaged early.
At intervals during the past
fear there has been a c >tton ex
change at Johnston, and ourregu
ar correspondent nt that place
orites: ''We are sorry to note
hat Edgefield is to have a-cot ton
jxchange, as it ie gambling pure
md simple its demoralizing in
3ueiij e will be felt long after it ie
Prof. David S. L. Johnson who
s a very skilled musician, un
ierstandfng thoroughly the theory
>f this the most difficult of all
he arts, will deliver a free lec
kre in the college auditorium on
Friday evening next "at eight
>'clock. All i-f Edgefield'e musi
cians and lovers of music should
ind doubtless will go to hear Prof.
Frank S. Davidson was well re-1
jeived when he visited Edgefield
several years ago, and his troupe
aaa been greatly strengthened
mice then. Mr. John Thompson,
ivho gave an entertainment in tho
>pera house on Friday evening
ast, voluntarily Jold Mr. May
hat he had seen "Old Farmer
Hopkins" recently and that if
tvas just fire times as good as it
?vaB several years ago.
Doyouueod a good warm win
ter suit for your boy? We will
astonish you at the way we are
cutting prices on them.
C. E. MAY.
The greatest attraction that has
appeared iu the Edgefield opera
house iu years will be "Old Farm
er Hopkins". It will be pre3entdd
by a troupe of fifteen very skilled
artists, and what will make it
more attractive will be the ele
gant stage fittings that are pro
vided by the troupe for this spe
We have kuown EdgefUldiaiig
to pay railroad fare, and hotel bill,
in addition to high priced tickets,
in going to Columbia or Augusta
to witness plays that were not one
whit better than "OM Farmer
Hopkius" will be. Don't* thiuk
that this play is not first class
because it wi li be pi ese n ted at
home. The pleasure to be derived
from seeing "Old Farmer Hop
kins" will be worth to you ten
imes the cost of the ticket.
th aud breadth
a man who is
iiuess acumen to a
?.? degree, was elected
of the Farmen and
ants Bank of Greenwood
j.? ia bis wont at thia season
MY. H. M. Keaney came up from
Xiigusta last week and went out
on a huntiog expedition, spend
in? several days wiih his friends
iD Edenfield. Mr. Kearsey is con
templating moving back to Edge
geld and making the town of his
nativity his future home.
In reporting the pubhc sales
]g.st week we inadvertently ornit
t0d that of theJDeVore land which
wao bid in by Mr. W. L. Daniel,
tne executor of the estate of the
Itite Mrs. Adeline Devore. This ls !
ai valuable tract of land which is
gituated on tbe Ninety Six road
gaven miles' north of Edgofield,
containing 240 acres.
j A teacher (not au Edgefield
teacher, however) told a little
jjirl to write a sentence contain
ing tbe expression "the bitter end",
jlnd thia ie what a moment later
r'net the gaze of the astonished
teacher: "A big dog chased my
cat, aud ag she went under the
porch he bit her end'*. Which
was more truth thau sentimeut.
Frank S. Davidsou, with a se
lect company, will play "Old
Farmer Hopkins in the opera
house on Thursday night thf 12th.
The Spartanburg Herald says of
the play: "Tho Frank S. David
eon company appeared last night
to a large audience, and without
a doubc the most delighted one
that has ever assembled in Spar
Mrs. Susan B. Hill has 'moved
into the very desirable bouse ou
Main street where Mr. and Mrs.
J.D. Holstein have resided,
having purchased i' from them
several weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs.
Holstein are boarding with Mr.
and Mrs. M. A. Taylor until they
can move into' the handsom i Penn
residence, which ia at preseut
occupied by Mr. and Aire. J.
The statistics of the Cens?a
Bureau show that there are sev
eral millions more males than fe
males in the United States. This
will be sad intelligence to some
of the girls who allowed the oppor
tunities of leap year to pass un
improved, there being not enough
men now to go arouud. The Mor
mon brother ie very considerate
in taking more than one helpmeet
under his protecting arm.
The marriage of Gen. M. C.
Butler which tor some time bas
been one of the chief topics of
conversation in Edgefield'a social
circles will occur in i New York
pu the 14th inst. He will be
[married to Mrs. Chares Whitman
[who is a descendant of a very
cultured and distinguished old
Maryland family. Geu. Butler has
purchased a very handsome resi
dence in North Augusta where
they will make their future home.
TTso1??^-~^ra~JT ike. |
besides being ajgreatconvenient,"
for a farmer who hasa number
of hands employed to call them
to and from work with a bell.
Many well regulated farms bavn
them. Purchase a large farm beti
and make the welkin ring round
about your plautatiou and neigh
borhood early these cold morn
ings. The Edgefield Mercantilf
Company has just received a large
shipment of farm bells that will
be mai ked at very reasonable
Of all the odd and curious
packages that swelled the volume
of mail at the Christmas season
the most curious was held .up by
the post-master at Aiken- In can
celling the stamps preparatory
to sending off the mails it was
observed that a rabbit's foot was
piotrudiug from a singularly
Bhaped package. Upon examina
tion it was found to contain a
rabbit and six quails, noue ol
which was dressed. It is needless
to add thai the package was re
turned to the sender in short or
So far as our information goes
the heaviest yield of cotton from
one acre of laud for the year just
ended waa in Spartanburg coun
ty. The First National Bank of
Spartanburg offered $100 in gold
for th? largest yi.ild of seed cot
ton from one acre of land. There
were fourteen contestants, the
gold being won by Mr. C. A.
Murph who made 42S4 pounds of
seed cotton from ao acre. The
next highest gathered 3422 pounds
and the lowest picked 1935 pounds
of the fleecy staple from an acre.
One often hears of the marvel
lous results obtained from the
fertile lauds of Texas and the
w-st but the above figures show
what things are possible right
here in tbe old Palmetto state.
The officials in all of the banks
in the state are not aa accommo
dating as are the bauk officers in
Edgefield. Here the}- obaerve no
iron-bound rulea as to what hours
busiuess shall be transacted.
Thia the public fhould appreciate.
Only a few days ago we saw a
joiut notice that was published by
the Newberry banks stating that
hereafter the banks would close
at tbreo o'clock and that posi
tively no,busiuesj would be trans
acted after that hour. It means a
great deal of ?unoyance and extra
work for the officers for persous]
to call at a bank for the purpose j
of transacting busiuess after three
o'clock-thc hour adopted by all
banks for balancing the work of
the day. ?*
William H. Niel
who was awarded ihe^Hc'-? t0
survey the county began*?|the
Saluda line bright and early pu
Monday morning. Unless some
untoward circumstance occurs to
retard his progress the exact area
of the remainder of old Edgefield
will soon be knowu.
A t this season of the year many
persons, both residents of towus
and country, plead cold weather
and muddy walks and roads as
an excuse for Lot atteudingdivine
services on the Sabbath day, for
getting thai those Ihings which
cause discomfiture are not infre
quently blessings in themselves.
The slush and mud are indications
that the earth's cisterns and re
servoirs are being refilled, and
the cold destroys the disease
germs that are lurking ic the
pathway of unsuspecting ones.
Many in Edgefield eat by their
firesides and did not attend pub
lic services on Sunday morning
last, while Mr. and Mrs- Henry
Wi; Dobey drove five miles to en
I joy the privilege . of attending
Those who are needing horses
and mules should r?ad the ad
vertisement of Messrs. B. L.
Jones k& Sou - which appears
in this iasue. They have on hand
a large supply of stock that they
bought in the northwest. They
selected from the farms and
country districts where horses
are raised for the market, and
wore not bought from stock-deal
ers. By buying from the stock
raisers direct Messrs. B. L. Jonee
& Sou not only get better
stock but save their patrons the
middleman's profit. The Jones
stablei was never better supplied
with stock than it is right now,
and before the present supply is
exhausted' another trip will be
made to the northwest for inore. (
Mr. B. L. Jones has had large
experience in the stock business,
and Dr. W. Luther Jones being a
veterinary surgeon enables chem
to purchase wissly.
Changes io Schedules.
Certain changes in schedules
on the main line of the Southern,
which went intj effect on Monday
last, necessitated the following
chauges on the Ga]) road: The
midday train which departed
heretofore at 1: 30 p. m. and ar
rived at 5 p. m. leaves now at
1:15 aud arrives at 5:20. The
late afternoon train arrives at
7:20 p. m. instead of 7:15. The
early morning train will leave at
7:45 instead of 7:50 as heretofore.
A person going to Augusta for
the day leaves that city on return
ing at 3:55 p. m. instead of <:30
Lock Your Garden Gates.
Not only must one lock the
corn crib, "smoke houje" and
pautry now-a-days but it seems j
that tee height of the garden)
fence must be increased, the pick
ets made sharper and the gate
locked securely to keep those in
dividuals out who in their weak
uses are given to appropriating
to their own use that which be
longs to others. We have heard
that depredations were made upon
a nearby garden a few nights ago j
and twenty-one long-legged Geor
gia collards were carried off bodi
ly Who would think of steuliug
collards ! True they are delight
ful at this seasou when the frost
*?rft?ftr?8 upon their leaves and
icicles allortWbeno as_ so many
crystals, yet we thought o??iP.?d?
had no charms for the nocturnal
visitor. Lock your gardon gates
or your long-legged Georgia col
lards will wulk off some o' these
dark nights- and you know the\
say "hard times" are com in' back
"When the butter won't
come put a penny in the
churn," is an old time dairy
proverb. It often seems to
work though no one has ever
When mothers are worried
because the children do not
gain strength and flesh we
say give them Scott's Emul
It is like the penny in the
milk because it works and
because there is something
astonishing about it.
Scotts Emulsion is simply
> milk of pure cod liver oil
with some hypophosphites
especially prepared for delicate
Children take to it naturally
oecause they like the taste
md the remedy takes just as
naturally to the children be
:ause it is so perfectly adapted
NJ their wants.
Fur all weak and pale and
:hi:i children Scott's Emulsion
s thc most satisfactory treat
We will send you
the penny, /. c., a
Be sure that this picture in
the form of a label is on the
wrapper of every bottle ot
Emulsion you buy.
5C0TT & BOWNE,
409 Pearl St., N. Y.
50c. and $1.00 ; all druggist*
The Blue Ribbon stands at the
head of all lv>d springs Edgofield
Mercantile Company has exclu
The Farmers to meet.
We respectfully request and
urge the citizens generally, and
especially the cotton growers, to
assemble in mass meeting on
Monday, January 16th, at Edge
field to decusa matters pertain
ing to the agricultural interests,
particularly the cottou situation.
It is very important at this junct
ure that the farmers of thia coun
ty and the south generally look
to the protection of their inter
ests by acting in concert. Farm
ers ol' Edgefield county, heed this
call and attend the maaa meeting
to be held at Edgefield on Mon
day next. S. T. Williams, T>. B.
Hollingsworth, CH. B. Williams,
Jobu M. Mays, Sam B. Mays, M.
C. Parker, B. S. Holland, A. S.
J. Miller, A. P. Lott, J'. L. Smith,
W. D. Ouzts, R. A. Cochran, C.
C. Burk Lal ter, L. W. Reece, W.
H. Hammond, D. T. Mathis, J.
Fourteen Dollars an acre for Fer
Mr. W. T. Walton who easily
standw at tho head of the column
of the farmers of Edgefield couu
ty not only believes in heavy fer
tilization but has proven by suc
cessful practice frem year to year
that a generous use-at the same
time a wise use-of commercial
fertilizers pays. He bas two and
a half acree of oate under which
be put 1800 pounds of high grade
(8-4-4) guano. Mr. Walton will
apply 1000 pounds of tho best
guano obtainable, costing $28
per toD, under every acre of cot
ton to be planted in bis wages
crop this year. This of course can
only be done upon lands that are
in a very high state of cultivation.
Ureat is the pity that many others
do not farm upon the Walton sys
tem. Were they to do so the acre
age could be BO reduced that the
my of scarcity of labor would no
longer be heard.
Au Example Worthy of Emula
. Not only did the lamented Wil
liam H. Cogbnrn, who recently
joined the heavenly boat, set and
live up to a high"Btaudard of citi
zenship, but he aleo set a worthy
example of economy, industry
and thoughtfulness by providing
amply for the members of his
household while with them in thp
flesh and by having an eye to
their weil being after he had been
takan from them. Mr. Cogburn
made sacrifices to carry life in
surance which is now substantial
comfort and aid to the loved ones
left behind. Ho waa a member of
the Johnston lodge of the Knights
of Honor in which ordar his life
waa injured for $2000, also for
$1000 in the New York Lifo ' In
surance company. We call atter
tion to this in the hope that it
will stimulate or encourage some
one else, upon whom little chil
dren are dependent, to inBure
their lives. The writer bas-nei
ther directly nor indirectly-any
interest in an insurance agency
but is an advocate of life insur
ance for the effuse of humanity,
if you please. What Mr. Cogburn
has done for bis family other men
can do. Furthermore you do not
bave to wait till death to receive
aid from insurance. If the poli
cy ?B in au "oid line company"
it can Oe taken to a bank when
the "rainy day" comes and the
bank will advance money on it.
Has Stood the Test 25 Years
The old. original GKOVE'S Tasteless
Qhlil T?n,ir;,. You know whaLyo/j <????
taking-, lt is iron ana "quinine in a
tasteless form. No cure, no piy, 1.0c.
The cold weather is just hegiu
ning. We have too many blankets
and comforts on hand, aud have
determined to close them out at a
big reduction. Get our prices.
C. E. MAY.
Hold your cotton for better
price. I will write your insurance
cotton on plantation.
JAS T. MIM S.
FOR SALE : A well preserved,
second-hand piano in good con
dition. For further information
apply at this office.
Come to us for Cranberries
Mince Meat, Gelatine and all of
the season's delicacies.
r . ""i
?I TEE AUGUSTA I
! SAYINGS BANK.
; ; 805 Broad Street.
W. B. YOUNG, - - - P'esMent
J. G. WfilGLK, - - - - Cashier
/ SAVINGS ACCOUTS SOLICITED
?? Interest Paid 011 Deposits.
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Take LAXATIVE BI.'OMO QUIN
INE Tablets. All druggist refund
thc money if it fails to cure.
E. Vf. Grove's signature is on each
Never foils and ls pleasant to take.
Has Stood The
Having enjoyed a year of pros
perity, now comes before the pub
lic feeling that they are in beater
position than ever to satisfy their
customers both as to quality and
prices. We have always kept
in stock a full line of Groce
ries, Wagons and Buggies,
j Our line of Furniture has not
j b^eii complete for the want of
I 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. Glover, formerly with
Ramsey & Jones has charge of the
Vehicle, Furniture and Undertak
We invite an inspection of our
All who vis
Sb cordial wek
BOARDERS WANTED: Apply
to xMIt^S ""MARY BUFORD,
B?unet House, Opposite Presby
All persons are hereby warned
not to hunt, fish, cut timber, haul
wood from, or trespass in any
manner whatsoever upon ?be lauds
of the undersigned. Those who
do so munt suffer the penalty of
P. P. BLALOCK.
R. J. PARKS,
COR. GREEN AND 15TH STS.
The best in City. Large Stalls
and Good Feed Boxes.
$?"SeH ?ign-R. J. Parks
Wngun Yard on Hawk's Gully
Good Rooms for Wagoners.
When placing your insur
ance give.1 me a call. I rep
resent a very strong line of
Insurance Companies, J
Agent for the New "i d
XvII^ES - - -
Insurance Co. I willi ap,,- -
prec?ate a stare of your
iness. 1 can be fou;ad a* y
office-Offii:e No. 2- -over Da f
j James T. JVJMJVrS
If your eyes are worth
having they are worth saving.
Do so with the right kind of
Geo. F. Minis.
--Optician: - ' ' . ~
Notice of Final Discharge.
On the 24th clay of Januaiy 1905 the
undersigned will make application
unto the Probate Court at Edgeliidd,
Court House, ?taurh Carolina, for a
Anal discharge ' from their trust ns
Executors of the estate of Dr, J. YV.
J, H. CA NT 15 LOU,
J. WALTER PEARCE.
PROF. P. M. WHITMAN,
209 7th Street - Augusta, Ga.
GIVES FREE EYE TESTS for ol I de
fects of sight. .Grinds the proper
Classes end WARRANTS them.
[Liases cut Into your frame while yon wa?t.
FREE OF CHARGE , medicine or glasses
?SHELLS all kinds of IN
yI AVE a talk with me,
I and I will show you
pT?> VE R YB ODY who can,
?Mj should have a policy
MAPID returns in case of
^ death or losses from
^IRE, tornadoes or ligh
XPLANATIONS of all the
different policies gladly
given, and remember also
i^ELL Surety Bonds of
oigfo VERY company I represent
is good and solid finan
\W^ai cially aud all business
NTRTJSTED to me,
[pfiff will receive prompt
.ssBssk anc^ personal attention
goods and a comparison of price.
Our stock of vehicles include the
King of Buggies. Babcock. The
Columbia, McFarlan, Brown,
Wrenn and Jewell. We sell the
Mitchell, Oweneborro, Piedmont
and Russell wagons. We have 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 LTeader, 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
Chiffoniers, TableR, China Closets,
Wardrobes, Sideboards, Hat Racks
Chairs, Lounges, Iron Bed Springs
We have the best line of Mat
tresses ??ver 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
is 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 iu stock a nice line
jit our store will meet with
?ome and will receive polite
WE ARE SACRIFICING ALL
They must be converted into money at
We have some broken sizes and lots in
ll lines that are going away down below
ost. Now is the time to make one doL
lar buy two dollars worth of goods.
In Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Notions^ Dry
Goods and in ot&er lines we can save vou
We mean what we say. Come and see
ADVERTISER BUILDING, EDGEFIELD, S. C
Let us show you our
TION PLOWS which have
an additional wing for ter
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO
ORGANS ! ! ' ORGANS ! ! !
We have just received
another carload of Organs:
Now is the time to make
Call on, or write us for
prices and terms.
NINETY SIX. S. C.
We are closing out some
especial Good Values in
Winter Goods. Waist Pat
terns, Childrens Clo