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"WEDNESDAY, FEB. I; igos.
PRESCRIPTIONS our special
ty. We solicit your Prescription s,
dav or night. m
WE GUARANTEE pure drugs,
accurate compounding, and rea
W. E. LYNCH & CO.
THE CORNER STORE'S
A?onar January reduction sale
of Embroideries Bleaching Lawns
?iud various odd lots of mid-win
ter goods is now on. We've plan
ned this sale at prices that will
catch the spars phange of the
alert shopper. Feeling that we have
won your confidence ou quality
and Btraght dealings we shall aim
to maintain and retain the same.
THE CORNER STORE,
W., H. TURNER, Proprietor.
FOR SALE: A cheap mule apply
to John T. Faulkner^ at planing
- \V* sell the celebrated'Blue'
Ribbon Springs lor beds and
guarantee them for five years.
EDGEFIEI.D M?RCANTILE COMPANY.
Crest Rugs are something new
in Edgefield call at Mercantile
Store and examine them.
New Mackerel-the large fat
. THE PENN DRUG STORE,
There can be no true happiness
. where comfort doeB not exist. We
can supply the comfort by selling
you one of our up-bolstered cnairs
EDGEFISLD MERCANTILE COMPANY.
Fresh candies of all kinds, also
Fruits in great variety and abun
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.
Brighten and beautify your 1
homes with n.w Rugs, Matting,
Pictures. We have .them in- end
less- variety at very reasonable
RAMSEY & JONES. -
Heiutz's Pickles and Du-rkee's ,
Salad Dressing at ,
TIMMONS BROS> ,
In- -selecting Christmas and
: wedding present do not tail to see
our stock pf Cut Glass, Gold and j
Silverware, and Jewely of all kinds '
RAMSEY & JONES.
Fresh Shrimp aud Lobsters at ?
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
What will make a more appro- '
: priate Christmas present for any
' member of the household than ;
a beautiful Wicker, Oak or Ma
hogany. Rocking Chair? Our stock
of theae goods was never larger. ,
RAMSEY & JONES, ,
Naw Manee Meat, Jellatiues, !
8eeded Raisins, Currants Citron,
Figs and-Cocoa Nuts at
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
Genuine cow-boy saddle blan
kets for sale by Edgefield Mer
Just recuivfid single Bed Spriugs
EE?EFIELD MERCANTILE STORE.
The' best 10 cents Salmon on
the market can be had arr
THE PENN DRUG STORE ;
Fresh Oatmeal, Quaker Oats
and other kinds at
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
Our furniture stock is complete
lu ev^ry department. See our Bed
Rooms suits, Wardrobes, China i
Closets Book case?, Chiffonniere,
Tables, and Chairs of all kinds.
Our priceB on these goods are in i
reach of all.
RAMSEY & JONES.
The Wicker chairs offered by '
the Mercantile Corni any are the
handsomest ever seen in Edgefield.
There is uo need (c bake cakes
at home when you cane?me to our
store and get delightful cakes and
crackers that are fresh.
Just received a car load of "Old
Hickory" and "Blue Grass" wagons
and two car loads of "Rock Hill"
and "Hackney" buggies. We want
RAMSEY & JONES
Fresh Citrot., Currants, Seeded
Raisins, Figs, Nuts, Dates Prunes
can be bcd from us at vfrry reason
The highest test of a wagon ie
niue years wear. The Mitchell
Wagon has been used that length
of time without repairs right in
Edgefield county. Sold by
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
Do you need 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.
Come to us for Cranberries
Mince Meat, Gelatine and all of
the season's delicacies.
."The Elue Ribbon staudA. at the
head of all bed springs |^efi?ld
Cercan tile Company has wexclu
.^y?rsalsof these things. |
i ; : i
I L0G^L NeWS. I
Coi. F. N. K. Bailey attended
the uuioD meeting at Wards on
Saturday and Sunday last.
Early spring goods^rT^rrTv?ng
at Cobb's. Read his new adver
tisement in this lesue.
-Mrs. Sophie Killebrew has been
spending eomo time visiting
friends and relatives at Bafesburg.
Mrs. W. K. Bailey united wilh
the Edgefield Baptist church on
Sunday mc ming last by letter
from the Baptist church at her
former home in Aiken county.
Miss.Lizzie Griffin, of Newberry,
is the guest of ber sister, Mrs. Or
lando Sheppard. Miss Griffin bas
many friends in Edgefield who
wish that her visits were more
frequeut and of longer duration.
. The ranks of the medical fra
ternity in Edgefield have received
aoother recruit-a little gentle
men basc?me to liv? with Dr. and
Mr?. J. G. Tompkins, who are re
ceiving the congratulations of
Two heavy snows are Fcheduled
for February, so the weather prog
nosticators say. The Advertiser
does Dot vouch for the verity of
the prophecy but advises that
coal bins audwor.d piles be kept
supplied. February will be short
Flour and sugar are advancing
by leaps and bounds. At the pre
vailing prices of these commodi
ties but few consumers can stand
flat-footed and reach thom, many
having to tip-toe. Sbeuld they go
much higher "short cakes and
sweetenin" will be entirely out of
reach of m^st people.
Miss Rhett Sheppard who. is
visiting friends in Columbia is
seing showered with charming; ao
jial attentions. A very delightful
merman was given in her honer,
peing also comnlmenited with a.
oox porty at ihp theatre on th>
? vening that Padrewski gave hi?
Prof. G. Marshall Moore, who
fora short time was a member of
the S. C. C. ?. faculty, but is now
the Fuperii tt nda?t of the graded
school at Bardwell, has leased for
i year the New Sentinal of Barn
well. Prof. Moore will bave au
Dpportunifcy to learn of the many
aps and down of the country editor
Mr. W, W. Ramsey, the senior
member of the progressive firm of
Messrs. Ramsey & Jones, and one
jf the leading cotton factor and
jommission merchants of Augus
ta, J3as been spending several days
in our city. Mr. Ramsey is always
warmly greeted upon his visits to
-Blessed is that, man whose
boase is uot*supplied with water
through pipes which burst iu
freezing weather. Many of the
palatial city homes had their car
pets and plastered walls ruined1
when the frozen pipes began to
thaw after the freeze of last week.
Mist Sue Collett who is teach
ing the very flourishing Meeting
Street school spent Saturday and
Sunday in Edgefield ..with her
moth?r. Miss Sue was accompa
nied by Miss Maggie Logu<) the
pretty duaghter of Mr. and Mrs.
W. S. Logue, at whoso home she
At the home of Mrs. J.H. Till
man on Friday afternoon last an
Edgefield chapter of the Daugh
ters of tho Confederacy was or
ganized with Mrs. R. A. Marsh
president, Miss Cleora Brunson
vice-president, Mrs. C. E. May
recording secretary and treasurer,
and Mrs. J. L. Mims correspond
We caught Hon. W. A. Strom
0:1 th? wing on Monday, expecting
lo interview him coucerning his
trip last week to the Cotton.Grow
prs' convention in New Orleans,
but he was ready to board the
noonday train to Columbia, whith
er he went to use his influence to
defeat Calhoun county befors the
legislature. Mr. Strom has prom
ised us something for publication
for next week.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Maner
Lawton arrived on Saturday last
to pay their fir&t visit to the lat
ter's former home since they de
parted on their wedding journey.
Mr. Lawton returned on Monday
t-? Savaunah to attend to pressing
business'mat fers, but Mrs. Law
ton will remain for ,a week
and it. is needless to say that she
is being very affectiorately greet
ed by her host of Edgefield friends.
Not only the peoole of our towu
but those of the county who have
had any manner of business with
the Southern railroad thro
the local agent will regret to 1.
that Mr. G. J. Derrick, whc .?
been the courteous, obliging and
efficienVdepot ageut for several
years, has decided to leave Edge
field. He has' accepted a position
at Chester and will leave forthat
city the latter part of this week.
Mr. Derrick's place will be filled
by Mr. Latter who was formerly
located at Vaucluse.
Cabbage plauti, sure headers
just the thing for early gardens.
Giowu in the open air. Will staud
great cold. The celebrated Char
leston Wakefield variety and others
They are guaranteed to give latis
vfaction. Price $1.50 per thousand
in small lots. On lots of 5-.000
$1.25. Special price on ten thou
sand. ExpreBB rate cheap to all
poi nts. Send In orders to
C. L. COMMINS,
Meggett, S. C.
Mr. C.. E. May has inaugurate
a Ten-day-make-room saleit h
store. Many lines of goorls a
being sold at greatly Reduce
prices and it will pay trjfc Edg
field shoppers tn call at^Mr. May
store at once.
On Sunday morning last whi
Mr. and-Mrs. N. L. Brunson we
-returning from the Baptist churc
where they had attended service
they were thrown from their bu?
gy by the hors? making a vei
sudden turu. Mr. Brunson forti
uately was not hurt but Mn
Brunson received several ver
painful bruises. Her macy friend
regret that she received tho fa
Lut rejoice that the consequence
were no worse.
Mrs. J. H. White, of Johnstoi
and Mrs. Elizabeth Bleckley, ri
Anderson, who bas been speudi?
some time with the former, wer
guests of Mrs. J. H. Tillman OJ
Friday la6t. Both of these ladie
are vtry enthusiastic club and VV
C. T. U. workers.' Mrs. Tillmai
invittd the m. ni hers of the Edge
field Literary Club and W. C. T
U. in the aftecoon to meet be
guests. Several hours were spen
in pleasant conversation. Mrs
Tillman served delightful refresh
meuts during the afternoon.
. Mr. and Mrs. Jjbn J. Caii
moved to Columbia on Mond?/
last where they will probably re
side permanently iu the future
Mr. Cain will continue to super
intend the work at the quarry bu
owing to his business interests ii
Columbia will make that city hil
headquarters, .ill Edgefield ie
grets exceeding the departure o
Mr. and Mrs. Cain from our midst
We trust that they will yet chang*
their plans and return to Edgi
William Wallace Sheppard
Esq., left for Jacksonville, Fla, it
the early part of last week to mak<
his home in future in the land o?
flowers. He has been chosen ai
Btate agent for the Loan and Trus
Company of Washington, D. C
After arriving in Jacksonville
Mr. Sheppard telegraphed for^lr
J. L. Carwile, having choseu the
latter to be his private secretan7.
Mrs. Sheppard will within a few
weeks join Mr. Sheppard.
A goodly number of the resi
dents of our town have been the
for'uuHte recipients of the follow
ing invitation : "Mr. and Mrs-. J.
B. Haltiwauger, at home, Monday
evening from eight to eleven.
February the 6tb, 19?5, twentieth
-auuiveraary of their marriage".
A very delightful evening is in
store for those who have been in
vited to be the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Haltiwanger upon this oc
Mrs. J. B. McKie received a
dispatch on Friday lset summon
ing her to the bedside of her pie
ter, Mies Emma Kingsman, who
resided in Charleston. Mts. McKie
hastened thither on Saturday but
her sister had breathed her last
before she reached her. Mis? Kings
man was Mrs. McKie's eldest sister
and had been as a mother tu her,
which makes the bereavement
more keenly felt. Mrs. McKie re
turned on Monday. She has the
sympathy of her Edgefield friends
in this hour of grief.
Oue-twelfth of 1905 has passed
never to return again, aud think
of how little along any and every
line of human endeavor bas Ivon
accomplished. The days have been
??hort and the major portion of
January wa? . eo intensely cold
that ueither man or beast felt in
clined to tarry long away from fire
and shelter. The days, however,
aro gradually lengthening and
before tho lapse of many weeks
oid Sol will beam more brightly.
Then if everybody will take up a
double quick pace-or to Udfi slang
will get a move on them-much
of the lost time can bo regained.
Soon after the issuing of las!
week's Advertiser, in whicn it was
announced that the committees of
the senate and House in joint ses
sion would hear arguments on
Friday afternoon las4t upon the
Calhoun county measure, intelli
gence reached Edgefield stating
that the hearing had been postT
poned until to-day, Tuesday, the
31st, A uumber of the representa
tive citizens of our town and coun
ty are in Columbia for the purpope
of doing all in their power to de
feat the new county measure be*
fore the legislature. The matter
will be very ably presented to tbe
senate and House committee to
Mr. Wallace T. Prescott has pur
chased Mr. J. H. Mays's interest
in the firm of Messrs. May & May.
The new firm, which is composed
of Mr. L. T May and Mr. W. T.
Prescott, will be styled May &
Prescott. They have moved from
the store occupied by Messrs. May
<fe May into the corner store under
the opera house. These two popu
lar and very deserviug young men
have fcons of friends who wish
for them a long and very success
ful business career. WA have not
been informed of Mr. J. H. May's
plain for the future but trust that
he will remain in Edgefielc1
Mrs. J. B. Haltiwanger has as
her gre it her aunt, Mrs.
Strickland, of Anderson. Mrs.
Strickland is very pleasantly re
membered in Edgefield having
visited here on several former ic
casious. She is not only an exceed
ingly refiued and . cultured lady
but is possessed of au uuuusually
brilliant intellect an.l of very
marked musical talent. Mrs.
Strickland has a daughter, just
budding into young womanhool,
who is a musical prodigy. Severa)
of her compositions hav been
published and have bee very
favorably received and widely
commented upou by the music
world. She is at pretsnt engaged
in the composition of some diffi
cult baud music.
Koli of Honor
Of the Edgefield graded Behool iFor
the week ending January 27th,
i'amie Dunovanr, Royall Peak, Gene
va Murray and Charlie Roper,
A Tem pera rs co Lecture.
Mrs. Heleu L. Bullook, of El
mira, N. Y., the national organi
zer of the W. C. T. U. has been
invited to visit Edge?eld by the
members of the local W. C. T. U.
This consecrated, cultured woman
will deliver a lecture in the Edge
field Baptist church on Sundav
afternoon next. She has given hgr
life to the elevation of fallen hu
manity, going hither and thither
appealing to girls, boys, men and
women to lead a higher, nobler,
purer life. She is not a platform
speaker of the sensational type,
but in an earnest, lady-like man
uer she presents the cause to
which she has gi\en ber life. We
hope and believe that Mrs. Bul
lock will be greeted with a large
audience on Sunday afternoon
Christian Worker.* Conference.
Rev. L. A. Cooper, the beloved
pastor of the Baptist church at
.Jobuston, who is ever zealous in
good works, bas arranged for a
conference of Christian workers
to be held at the Johnston Baptist
jhunh February 20-26tb. The
purpose for holding the confidence
is iu order to gaiu a more thorough
knowledge of God's word, to ele
vate church members to a higher
plane of Christian living, and to
arouse a deeper interest in the
cause of missions. Among the
many distinguished speakers who
will b"? in attendai.ee wi H be Revs.
W. L. Walker, Millard A. Jenkins,
R. V. Miller, C.. A. Ridley aud
Mr. James H. McConkey. The
'leading subjects for discussion
will be "Office and work of the
Holy Spirit," "The Surrendered
Life," ''M?8810118," "The. Second
.Coming of Christ". In addition to
these, bva'!gfti'"sric sirviese will bit
conducted. Everybody from far
and near is cordially invited to
attend this conference. VVe trust
that eveiy community will be well,
rep.eseutd, and especially would
WH urge a largo attendance from
The Origriu of "The Clansman"
Mr. ThomaB Dixon hae achieved
fame as an author through hie
.two books "The Leopard's Spots"
and "The One YVomau". Now a
thiri book, entitled "The Clans
man", has been given to the world
by this southern genius-a North
Carolinian. It will be of iuterest
to the people of Edgefield to learn
of the origin of this story which
ie giveu as follows by' a special
New York correspondent ' to The
State.: Once, while the guest of
Senator "Pitchfork" Tillman* in
South Carolina, Mr. Dixon heard
of a North Carolinian who killed
a negro Boldier who bad insulted
a white woman on a train. The
negro's companion leaped from
the train and summoning com
rades marched to the depot in
time to meet the train. The de
fender of the woman's honor had
gotten off however, but another
white mau was arrostod, charged
with killing,-and at a drum head
court martial was sentenced to be
When the man who did the
shooting heard of it he prompt
ly surrendered to the black
troops and was executed. A mon
ument was recently raised to him.
Mr. Dixon was so deeply impress
ed with tbe tain he wove out of it 1
the elorv of "The Clansman".
Fat is of great account
to a baby ; that is why
babies are fat. If your
baby is scrawny, Scott's
Emulsion is what he
wants. The healthy baby
stores as fat what it does
not need immediately for I
bone and muscle. Fat ?
babies are happy ; they do
not cry ; they are rich ;1
their fat is laid up for
time of need. They are
happy because they are
comfortable. The fat sur
rounds their little nerves
and cushions them. When
they are scrawny those
nerves are hurt at every
ungentle touch, xhey
delight in Scott's Emul
sion. It is as sweet as
wholesome to them.
Send for free sample.
Be sure that this picture In
the form of a label ts on tho
wrapper bf every bottle of
Emulsion you buy.
Scott Sr 'Bowne
409*4tS Paarl Street
30c- and $1.00
Go to the planing mill for shin
gle*, no. 1 and no. 2.
FAULKNER & CATO.
MAB m stfBsmurE
FOR RENT: Good two-horse
f .rm near Elmwood with two-room
house, spring of good water, both
bottom and .upland. TermB rea
sonable. Apply to
W. L. DANIEL,
LUMBER FOR SALE : I am
having some very fine lumber
sawed in the southern suhurbsof
the town of Edgefield-not far
from the railroad trestle. I shall
be glad to fill orders for all kinds
of rough lumber. Special bills of
any dimensions can be fill?d.
. J. H. CANTELOU.
The New York Racket Store is
the place to secure Baigains in
Winter Underwear, Blankets, La
dies' and Misses' Cloaks aud all
Winter Clothing. To get our pri
ceK and to seethe goods will con
vince you that, this is the oppor
tunity of a life-time.
J. W. PEAK.
Lottex to J. C, Sheppard
Edgefield, S. C.
Dear Sir: Hare's a bully one.
Mr. Dooley (not of Chicago),
painter, Laucaster, N. H, got the
job of painting the Episcopal par
sonage. He was used to a paint, as
pure as Devoe, but weak and short
measure-be didn't know it was
weak or short-measure. Dooley
aurvpyed the job, and said it would
take 20 gallons.
Mr. L. F. Moor?, our agent,
offered to gi.*e 10 gallons Devoe
Accepted of cutirse.
Eleven gallons did it: the 10
Mr. Moore isn't painting par
sonages on phares tbis y-*ar. !
F. W. I??VOE & Co
The Edgefield Mercantile Co.
Wool dress goods, white and red
flannels, heavy underwear, in fact,
everything in 4he way of winter
goods &t greatly reduced prices at
We are offe r i n g B1 e ac h i u g, *E m -
broidery, Lace and P. K. at very
low "prices. The ladies cannot
afford lo miss this opportunity.
J. W. PEAK.
Always liberal to Churches.
Every church will be given a
liberal quantity of L. & M. paint.
Call for it,
4 gallons Longman & Martinez
L. & M. Paint mixed with three
gallons linseed oil, will paint a
W,B. Barr, Charleston, W. Va.
writes, "Painted Frankenburg
block with li. ? M. 6tands out as
Wears and covers like gold.
Don't pay $1.50 agall?n for lin
seed oil, which you do in ready
Buy oil fresh fiom :.h* barrel at
60 cents per gallon aud mix it
with L. & M.
It makes paint soat about $.20
per gallon. Sold by The Penn
i SAVINGS BANK.
; 805 Broad Street.
W. B. YOUNG, - - - Plaident
( J. G. WEIGLJt, - - - Caahior
I SAVINGS ACCOUTS SOLICITED
Jj Interest Paid on Deposits.
HAVING purchased th?
H. C. WAI
I am now making some v
Hats, "Orv eQ-oods, i
all kinks of [plantation Jg
This stock must be close
Those who call at once
H. C? WATSON & CO., St*
Having enjoyed a year ot pros
perity, now comes before the pub
lic feeling that they are in befcter
poaition 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.
Our line of Furniture has not
been complete for the want 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. Glover, formerly with
Ramsey & Jones has charge of the
Vehicle, Furniture and Undertak
We invite an inspection of our
All who vis
a cordial welc
FOR SALE: A large, heavy
mule that is perfectly sound and
capable of doing any and all kinds
of work. Apply to
MAY & PRESCOTT.
The mid-winter season, when
the air is cold and the ground
very wet and muddy, is the time
that par jnts need and look for the
very best schcol shoes for their
chiidreu. We have the kind that
look well and wear well at very
J. W. PEAK.
The cold weather is just begin
ning. We have too many blankets
and comforts on hand, and have
determined to close them out at a
big reduction. Get our prices.
C. E. MAY.
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
All the blood in your body pass?e through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
The kidneys are your
blood purifiers, they fil
ter out the waste or
impurities in the blood.
If they ere sick or out
cf order, they fail to do
Pains, aches and rheu
matism come from ex
cess of uric acid in the
blood, due to neglected
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
heart beats, and makes one feel as though
they had heart trouble, because the heart is
over-working in pumping thick, kidney
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
It used to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
i but now modern science proves that nearly
j all constitutional diseases have their begin
: ning in kidney trouble. .
If you are sich you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys.-The mild
and the cxtraord nary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
j Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is
soon realized. 11 stands the highest for its
I wonderful cures . jf the most distressing tases
[ and is sold oft its merits
by all druggists I n fifty
cent and one-dol !ar siz
es. You. may ( lave a
sample bottle bj t mail nome of swamp-Root,
free, also pampr. let telling you how to find
out if you have 'Kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this pajier when writing Dr. Kilmer
St Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
If 3>'our eyes are worth
having they are worth saving.
Do so with the right- kind of
Geo. F. Mims,
When placing your insur
ance give rae a call. I rep
resent a very strong line of
Insurance Companies, our
Agent for the New Year
I^II^E: - . -
Insurance Co. I will ap
preciate a stare of yourbusi
ness. 1 can be found at my
office-Office No. 2--over Bank of
Jame? T. JVtflJVI?-?
; stock of merchandise of
^SON & CO.,
cry low prices on gSfchocs
[^B-roceries, "J^obaccos, and
d out in "J^hirty T^ays.
will secure thc cream of the
md in the Chronicle Building,
goods aud ? comparison of price.
Our stock of vehicles include the
King of Buggies. Babcock. The
Columbia, McFarlau, Brown,
Wreun and Jewell. We sell the
Mitchell, Owensborro, Piedmont
and Russell wagons. We have the
best line of Cook and Heating
Stoves ever brought the Edgefieid.
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
Chiffonier?, Table?*, China Closels,
Wardrobes, Sideboards, Hat Racks
Chairs, Lounges, Iron Bed Springs
We have-.the bfest line of Mat
tresses ever brought to Edgefieid.
Rugs and Mattings we have in all
grades. We have also a full line
of Art squares..
Our new Hearse arrived andwe
are now ready to respond to calls
at reasonable prices.
Our Undertaking Department
is complete, we ba^e a full line of;
Coffins of all kinds from cheap
varnished-goods to best Met?lic.
Our stock Draped Cloth and
White Plush Caskets are as hand
some as ever brought to town. We
also keep in stock a nice ?De
it our store will meet with
?orne and will receive polite
WE ABE SACRIFICING ALL
They must be converted into money at
We have some broken*sizes and lots in
all lines that are going aAvay down below
cost. Now is the time to make one dok
lar buy two dollars worth of goods.
In Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Notions^ Dry
(Joods and in otter lines we can save voil
Wa. mean what we say. Come and see
ADVERTISER BUILDING, EDGEF?ELDr
Cotton is down very low and this is an opportunity tpi
make your money gb a long ways.
Let us show yon our
LYNCHBURG- COMBINA- .
TION PLO WS which have
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EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO
Pianos, Organs and Sewing
The Cecilian Piano Player.
Quality the best,
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prices and terms;
NINETY. SIX, SJ
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AND ACID PHOSPHATE.
1 PON PON FACTORY
Equal to 700,000 Bags for Each Season.
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Mechanical Condition Excellent
EVERY BAG FULL WEIGHT 200 POU.WD3