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Idfiref ield Advertiser
J. L. HIMS. - - - EDITOR
SubftcnpttOD Price-Sent to any
address for one one year $1.50, for ste
ss on th*, 76o; for three months, 50c,
Jttfctcsfor Advertising-One inch
.xst'insertion, tl.OO; each subsequent
insertion, 50c. Want Notices, one cent
s*r-iiord, each insertion. Other local
nciioPB, ten cen's per lin?' for first in
sssRon; five cents per line for each
.tAflquentr insertion. Obituaries and
"Tfflhiilftt of Respect, Notices of Thanks,
KS3 al impersonal notices of a political
natyre, are charged for as regular ad
verfhiements. Liberal contracts made
for thr?*?, six, and twelve months
"Write for terms.
WEDNESDAY, MAR. 29, 1905.
Can a newspaper cou si ste ntl y
publieh advert? semen ts for whole
Bale liquor dealers, directing those
who drink the accursed stuff to go
lo the dispensaries for certain
brands, and then abuse the dis
pensary for selling liquor ? That
is what some are doing.
A hen-pecked New York hus
band, has offered to give one thou
sand dollars to charity if a "per
fectly happy married man"can be
found. Perhaps this much-to-be
pitied mortal can make such an
offer with - safety in the north
where mannish women and divor
ces galore abound, but were he loi
come south-to Edgefield, for in
stance-he would be. ke.pt^-busy i
VJT ~ J.^s.ttme]i4 near ?rt3fcaia4 fop-tbe
'^.?^^fi?l?:?,ar?ers"'ib make good
^Hftir promises aud resolu
tions oncirainj the reduction
of cotton acreage. Ju lesB than
thirty short days the die will be
cs-st. Either a larg.? or email
crop will have been planked.
Which shall it be ? The farmers
must an?wer. Suffice it to say
that oue or two more crops like
that of 1904 will put the persist
ent, all-cottou farmer out of busi
ness, and then the problem will be
easier of solution. Let each in
dividual farmer in this county act
as 8eemeth best for his own per
sonal interest, which will mean a
very liberal planting of food crops.
Then the problem will be solved
so far as Edgefield is concerned.
- v A merchant of Kershaw, S. C.,
recently purchased a car of home
grown com from a near by farmer.
Such a transaction has never been
heard of in this county. Why
should not Edg?fieloMajjrier8:^?,?T
Edgefiel(i^rjie3^a*rrtT^corn ? At
" tue prevailing price, seventy-five
and eighty cents, it does seem that
. it could be done at a profit. Long
years ago, before the railroads
traversed every section of the
country, many of the planters in
this county., whose large log cribs
housed hundreds of bushels of
corn, used to sell this cereal, not
only to their less fortunate neigh
bors, but to the hog and horse
drovers from the west. How con
ditions have changed 1 Now the
westerner sells us cur corn, wheat,
bacon, horses and mules. s
JU any Claiming; Exempt ic n Are
An erroneous opinion prevails
in the minds of tax payers con
cerning the exemption from pay
ment of poll tax. So many claim
ed exemption in this county upon
various pleas, and there being so
great a diversity of opinion as to
the construction of the law relating
thereto, that Auditor Haltiwanger
addressed a letter io the Comp
troller GeneraljaBking for an expli
cit interpretation of the law. The
latter in turn submitted the mat
ter to the Attorney General whose
reply is as follows :
"Answering the inquiry of Mr.
J. B. Haltiwanger, auditor of
Edgefield county, referred by you
to this office, I beg to say that
section 259 of the code of laws of
South .Carolina, 1902, volume 1,
\and the annual supply acts, pre
scribing who are liable and who
exempt from the payment of poll
,tax, dope not exempt any one from
% the payment of the tax merely be
cause he is maimed, but only those
are exempt who are incapable of
earning a support by reason of
their being maimed, or from any
other cause. The material fact to
be determined in each case is
whether the person claiming the
exemption is incapable of earn
ing a support or not. If capable
of earning a support, and between
the ages of 21 and 60, with the
fxception of those 'especially ex
empted by law, as Confederate
Teterans, all male citizens must
pay the tax."
Some who claim exemption
should note these words in thc
foregoing: The law "does not ex
empt any one from the payment
of the lax merely because he is
maimed, but only those are ex
empt who are incapable of earn
ing a support by reason of their
being maimed, or from any other
cause." A doctor's certificate
ipili not exempt an individual
wheu the law sayb he must pay.
And we will Bay in passing that
.ire are constrained to believe ihat
some physicians are too lax in
issuing certificates of the a fere- \
Miss Glad} 6 Price entertained
ou Friday eveniug. All had a
most pleasant time.
Messrs. G. P. Col.h aud Alvin
Owdon have been quite ill, but
are reported better.
Miss Eliza Mims is spending
a week or two in towu.
Mrs. W. J. Huiet is visiting her
sister in Savannah andwill visit
her son before returuiug.
The weekly prayer meet: 2
every aftercoou at the Baptist
church in behalf of Home mis
sions, were the most interesting
ever held iii this church. Thirty
or forty ladies aBBembled every
afternoon, and all took deep in
terest iu the meetings. Especially
interesting was the one held on
Friday, conducted by Mrs. J. C.
L^wis in memory of Fanny Cros
by, the blind hymn writer. Her
hymns were suDg, and an interes
ting sketch of' her life read by
Mrs..Lewis. About twenty niue
dollars was paid the treasurer.
More envelopes are to be received.
Rev. L. A. Cooper is in Atlanta
attending the Bible Conference
held in Dr. Broughtons taberna
cle. Four thousand people attend
ed the first services. Singing was
led by our pastor.
Rev. V. I. Masters of Greenville
preached in ou* Baptist church
Mrs. Percy Norris of Aiken is
visiting her mother.
Mr. Jessie EdwardB is visiting
his son Mr. Van Edwards.
Pleasant Lane. ggi
AsJi^ajB^epn . 's?mgtj|p 0 .??*c)?
you ?"ay?|?aa^??^tte^cf ff?iii me^t
V::*Kf^:?d4^of,'yb?~know this is a
dull time to try to get up a letter,
for this reason : Everybody is so
busy trying to get rea_?> for a new
crop they don't have a chance to
go about to see or hear anything.
All the Ecbools.around are near
iug a close au:' both teachers und
scholars will be glad to have a few
months vacation after l eiug con
fined to their 6chool duties through
such a hard winter. I think it wab
the hardest winter I ever experi
Of course after such a hard win
ter the roads are left in a very
bad condition. I am proud to say
though one of the gangs are work
ing the road leading from Gilgal
church through by Pleasant Laue
and on to McKendree. And I learn
that they will soon work the road
from Elmwood by the old o. W.
Nicht Ison homestead and out to
Berea, provided Mr. Self doesn't
go back on us, and I know he
won't do that. Then we will ba\e
good roads leading to all our
churches close around. I hopo
then wewill have larger crowds at
J^eir?very body who can come to
-Berea on the fhst Sunday mcrain_r.
Rev. Mr. Blalock's subject will be
'.Why we Baptists have close
communion,'' I hope everybody
that can will hear it.
I am glad to say Mrs. M. E.
Ethridge is up and able to be out
among her friends again, after
quite a Jong spell. All are glad to
see her out as she is quite a favor
ite with everybody.
Mr. M. A. Watson, Jr, of your
city, "was with his parents for
several days last week. He was
suffering very much with bis foot.
A horse steppe:, on it aud it gave
bim a good deal of trouble.
I hear "orange blossoms"
real near Pleasant Lane in the
near future. Watch fie Pleasant
Much success to the dear old
Mr. Sam Doolittle died at his
home near Modoc from heart fail
ure on last Monday morning. Mr.
Doolittle was an old soldier, and
loved the cause for which he
fought. He died believing that
the cause was just and right. Mr.
Doolittle was loved by bis neigh
bors and a large circle of friends
which was shown by the large
congregation who attended hit*
funeral. Rev. J. T. Littlejohn his
pastor conducted tho burial ser
vice. We extend cur sympathy to
the loved ones.
Mr. Willie Agnew has set out a
large orchard on bis much im
Mr. and Mrs. Burnett, of Green
wood, viewed their daughter, Mrs.
Marcellus Talbert last week.
Mr. J. A. Hamilton visited
friends in our town last week. He
has enlarged his store and in
creased his stock of goods.
Mr, and Mrs. A. A. Glover, of
your town visited Mr. Thomas
last Sunday. Mr. Thomas has been
and is yet quite sick.
Mrs. E. T. Mundy whom we
reported to be quite sick is much
improved. Her many friends will
be glad io know that she expects
to be out in a few Jaye.
Mr. Levi Quarles' mule threw
bim la^t Sunday spraing his wrist
It will be several days hefor^
he will be able to use his hand.
Mr. 0. J. Holmes went to Au
gusta la?t week and his team
took fright running with bim. Mr.
Holm?s says he was "scared neai
ly to death". Fortunately no one
M i ss Bessie Holmes visited
friends at Modoc last week.
Mrs. Carrie Jowers has returned
to her r.cbool to the delight of both
pupils and patrons.
Mr. Milton Bussey, fr.,m th?
S. C. C. I. visited bomefolks
Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Bussey
has just returned from Ash vi I lt;
N. C., where he atteuded^the B. Y.
P. U. convention. He reports a
Mrs. Milton Ta-lbert has been
quite sisk but is much improved
at this writing.
A large . congregation worship
ped at Antioch last Sunday. Mr.
B. F. Glanton, the popular super
intendent of the Sunday school
is much encouraged in nis work.
Mr. C. E. Quarks told us that
there was the largest attendance
at the Red Hill Sunday school
since last summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wuits visit? d
friendw and relatives at Modoc
There was a "run Beam Society"
organized in Red Hill church last
Sunday. Twenty five little tots
enrolled their nanifs and we feel
that. 1 his society will do great good
for our Jitile folks.
Mrs. Ed Bunch, of Clask's Hill,
sent to Rose Cottage a large box
of the finest flowers we have seen
STATEMENT OF THE CONDI
TION OF THE BANK OF EDGE
FIELD AT THE CLOSE OF
BUSINESS ON MARCH 24TH,
Loans and Discounts.$191,245.35
Real Estate and Bank Buil:d. .5,S7o.95
Sate and Furniture.1,598;93
Judgments. .S64 95
Ci.sh and due from other J'.'ks 17,325.05
Djep'os ils (Individual).12 5,7G4.55
Due to other Banks.6S0.07
.7 . ?. ." ._
State of South Carolina,
County ol' Edgefield.
I, E. J. MIMS, Cashier of The
Bank of Edgefield, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true and
correct to the best ol' my knowledge
E. J. MIMS, Cashier.
Sworn to before nie this the 25lh
day of March 1905.
O. SHEPPARD, N. V. S. C. [u s.]
A Safe Cough Medicine for
In buying a cough medicine for
children never be afraid to buy
Charabri Iain's Cough R-medy.
There is no danger from il a Ld re
lief is alway? sure lo follow ll
is especially valuable for colds,
croup and whooping cough. For
sale by all Drugg'st.3 and Medi
Are You Engaged ?
Engaged people should remem
ber, that, after marriage, many
quarrels can be avoided, by ketp
ing their digestion?- iu'gTiod con
dition witlT~"?lectric Bit-ers. S.
A. Brown, of Benuetts^ille, S. C.,
say s: "For years, .ny wife suffer
ed intensely from dyspepsia, com
plicated with torpid liver, until
she lost her strength and vigor,
and became a mere wreck of her
former self. Then sho tried Elec
tric Bitters, which helped her at
once, and finalI3' made ber entire
ly well. She is now strong and
healthy." The Penn Drug Stire,
W. E Lynch &Co., druggists,
sell and guarantees them, at 50c
Like Finding Money.
Finding health is like finding
money-so think those who are
sick. When you have a cough,
cold, sore throat, or chest irrita
tion, better act promptly like W.
C. Barber, of Saudy Level, Va.
He says: "I had a terrible chest
trouble, caused by smoke and coal
dust ou my lungs; but, after find
ing no relief in other remedies, 1
was cured by Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds." Greatest sale of any
cough or lung medicine in the
world. At The Penn Drug Store,
W. E. Lynch & Cc, 50c and $1.00;
guaranteed. Trial bottle free.
A Chicago Alderman Owes
His Election to Chamber- I
Iain's Cough Remedy.
"I can heartily and conscien
tiously recommend Charoberiain's
Cough Remedy for affections of
the throat and lungs," says Hon.
John Shenick. 220 So. Peoria St.,
Chicago. "Two years ago during
a political campaign, I caught
cold after being overheated, which
irritated my throat and I was
finally compelled to stop, as I
could not speak aloud. In my ex
tremity a friend advised me to use
Cbamberlau's Cough Remedy. 1
took two doses that afternoon and
could not believe my senses when
I found the next morning the ii:
flamation had largely subsided.
I took several doses that day, kept
right on taking through the cam
paign, aud I thank th's medicine
that I won my seat in the Coun
cil." This remedy in for sale by
all Druggists and Medicine Deal
Attractive as our Homes.
Ten Thousand Churches paint
ed with L. & M. Paint, and we
are most attractive.
Liberal quantity always giv?j
?i gallons L. & M. mixed ni tb
3gallons oil, will paint a house.
Wears and covers like gold.
Don't pay $1.50 a gallon fur
linseed oil, which yon du in r^n-.ly
Buy oil fresh from the barre!
at 60 cents per gallon, and mix il
with Longman & Martin* z L. ct
lt II akt'S paint cost about ifl^O
Del.ancey Gregory Fort Plain,
N. Y. writes :
. 'Have sold L. & M. paint for
over 25 years, and everyone is
surprised to find hnw lillie is re
quired to paint a big house."
Sold by The Penn Drug Store.
' INSURANCE,;. " \
General agent for Prudential Life
Insurance Company, for Edgefleld
and Saluda Counties. ,;?
!WM. S. COG BURN,
Champion Liniment for
Chas. Drake, a mail c?rrier at
Chapiuville, Conn., says: "Cham
berlain's P:tiii Bslm ?B the cham
pion of all liniments.'.- The.past
year I was troubled a great deal
with rheumatism in my shoulder.
After trying several cures the
storekeeper here recommended
this remedy and it completely
cured me" There ?3 nouBe of any
one suffering from that . painful
ailment wheu this liniment can
be obtained for a small sum. One
application gives prompt, relief
and its continued use for a short
time will produce a permanent
cure. For sale by All Druggists.
Large Flat Mackerel-three for
MAY & PRESCOTT.
Has Stood the Test 25 Years
The old, original GROVE'S Tasteless
Cli ?ll Ton if. Voil know what'you ar?
taking, lt is iron nnd quinine in a
tasteless fur m. No cure, no pay. liOc.
When placing your Insur
ance give tne a call. I rep
resent a very strong line of
Insurance Companies, our
Agent for the New Year
I^IF^E: - - -
?ance Co. I will ap
te a share of yourbusi
1 can be found at my
.fiice No 2---over Bank of
J sit ii. si?. MI JV! fe?
Got Off Cheap.
He may well think, he has got
off cheap, who, after having con
ti acted constipation or indiges
tion, is still H bte tn perfectly res
tore his bea tb. Nothing will do
this bul Dr. King's New Life Pills
A quick, pleasant, and certa'n
cure for headache, constipation,
etc. 25o at The Penn Drug S .Ore,
\V. E. Lynch & Co., drug sturep;
If your eyes are worth
having they are worth saving.
Do so with the right kind of
Geo. F. Mims.
A Guaranteed Cure for Ales
Itching, Blind, Bleedingor Protru
ding Piles, Druggists refund money
if HAZO OINTMENT fails to cure
any cass, no matter of bow long
standing, in 6 to 14 days. First ap
plication gives ease and rest. 50c. if
your druggist hasn't it send 50c in
stamps and it will bf forwarded post
paid by Paris Medicine Co., St. Louis,
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
All the blood in your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
'.j. The kidneys are your
blood purifiers, they fil
ter out the v/aste or
impurities in the blood.
If they are sick cr out
of order, they fail to do
Pains, achesand 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,
but now modern science proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their begin
ning in kidney trouble.
If you are sick you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is
soon realized, lt stands the highest for its
v/onderful cures of the most distressing cases
and is sold on its merits
by all druggists in fifty
cent and one-dollar siz
es. You may have a
sample bottle by mail
free, also pamphlet telling you how tb find
out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
<Sc Co., Binghamton, N. Y. '
Don't make any mistake, but
remember the name, Swamp
Itoot, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Hoot,
and the address, Birghamton, N
Y., on every bottle.
Homo of Swamp-Root.
EOGEFIELD, S. C.
State and County Depository
J. C. SHKPPA-KD, W. W. ADAMS, -
J. il. BOUKNIGHT, T. H. RAINSFORD,
J. M. Court,. R. S. HOLLAND,/
A. s. Toy. r KI NS, C. C FULLKK, \
IV. E. 1'UKSCOTT.
J. C. SHEPPARD, Pre;-i de nt.
W. W. ADAMS, Vice-Pn-ridejir. '
?. I. M ? MS, <'ashier
.1. II. A IJ-EN, Ass't Cushier.;
Pay." interest on deposits by special
Money to loan on liberal term-, j
Prompt and polite attention to bas -
YOUR Account Solicited .
Spring open in?, Wednesday March 15th, will a splendid
effort to eliminate the high prices without lessining the quality.
We stand between you and excessive prices in our lints of
Sc und fi ccrsscan only be built upon that commercial maxim,
"GRE \TE hT Values for the Money," benet out motto. Every
purchase must be right or your money back,
The wonderful success of our business is the result of our un
varying determination to leave no stone unturned, r.o effort spared
to render the highest point of service to the Corner S^ore'i? custo
mers. Therefore we hope to show you on March the 16th the
NEWEST fads in SPRING WEAR, such as Siik Ealiens, Crepe
DeParie, Shadowed Crepe, Chiffon Voi)e3, Mohairs and Silk Taf
fetas, with exquisite Persian trimming to match. These new
values are no dreams of beauty, ''Semply the real thing."
Our Shirt Waist materials of White Madras, Linens, etc.. were
nevtr so couiDlete. As usual we admit no competition in our Em
broidtries department. The Brodie Anglaise button hole and
. blind effects this season are real designs of merit.
Our Lace department consists of staple Vals, Net-drop, Venioc??
Medalion and the heavy raised effects.
Our Ribbon department is composed of beautiful designs in
print warps, soft lustrous finish. Satin taffeta in monotone and
We wish tu ask special attention to cur complete line of Ladies,
Men's and Children's Footwear. Our Rt-ed's Slippers in tans and
black are high art creations of comfort and beauty.
Our HUM ANIO for Men and Boys is a shoe without a peer for
elegan ce of STYLE, WEA R and foot ease.
In conclusion we beg; to remind you of our New department oL'
Ready lo-wear Millinery, and to say when mistakes happen, as
happen they must, tell us. 'Tis a pleasure to correct them, as we
aim tv gain retain, and merit the confidence of all mankind.
W. H. TURNER, PROP.
Shoes ! Shoes * !
WE want every boy and man in Edgfield connty to
know that we sell the celebrated C3X*^>SII>S?"fc
S3!l3_<0?Ss;?o Thev are unsurpassed in STYLE,
COMFORT and DURABILITY.
WE have just received our jjg}J?>3?*?XXgf stock
of this line foot-wear for men and boys and invite you to
call and inspect them.
WE have Crossett Shoes in all leathers, in all styles,
in all prices.
Oojrn & AdUm?.
HAVE YOUR HOMEGROWN CABBAGE,
Cabbage Plants, All Varieties.
Prices : 100? @ $1.50,5000 @ $1 25 per 1000,10O0O @ $1.00 per 1016.
Shipped C. O. D. if desired. Plants arrive at your
Express Office in good condition.
Write for Merchants' Prices.
Cabbage, Beans, Sweet Potatoes and Turnips in Season.
Orders for Shipment of Tomato Plants, Sea Iiland
Cotton Seed and Sweet Potato Draws should be broken in
JAS. RAY GERATY, Enterprise, S. C. VOU^G^S'?ND.S.*
THE NEW YORK RACKET STOKE is now ready for the ladies to
call and inspect the New Spring arrivals.
VVe have Latest Fabrics in all of the newnst and most delicate weaves
?md patterns. The shoppers with the most fastidious tiste and most exact
ing eye can lind at our store just those things that will please them roost.
All of the parly spriug Waist materials have just been opened up. And
one is amazed at their elegance and great beauty, also their cheapness, value
We are without a peer in Laces and Embroideries, The designs are the
newest and will please those of the most relined,tastes.
The prices, too, are vere reasonable.
See our Ribbon department. The colors and 'int* are exquisite1 j beauti
ful and the pi ice very low.
'Call to soe us. Our prices and goods are certain to interest you.
J. W. PEAK.
Our Spring Goods are arriving daily, and we are con
fident that a cheaper or handsomer assortment was nevr
shown in Edgefielcl.
We have a great variety at prices that defy competi
Our stock of Muslins, Hosier}', Handkerchiefs, Mitts
etc., is complete.
Men's Clothing, Shirts and Neckwear at rock bottom
We are determined not to be undersold.
Give us a call when in need of anything in our line.
Cmrn ? ??M ra One Bay, Grip In Two?
THE FARMERS BANK
OF EDGEFIELD S. c.. '
STATE AND COUNTY DEPC??TORYU
THE LARGEST AND STRONGEST BANK IN EO CEF! ELD S-C.
Paid up Capital.,.' f 58,000.00
Surplus and Undivided. Pr o fits. 28>000,00 -
Liability of Stockholders. 58,000 00
Protection to Depositors.$144,000.00
Z.We invite attention of those desiring a safe depository for their money to the' HU???
nets. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS BY SPECIAL CONTRACT.
U list provision of it? charter this bank is authorized to act as trustee, a*aar?Laa
dministrator and executor, and to accept and execute trusts generally.
A. E. PADGETT, President r. H RAIN "JRO, Vice-Pre
W. H. HAULING, Cashier. j. ?. CA?GHMAN, Asst. Cashier
For Fire and Life
?gfGO TO SEEfSf
CAUGHMAN & H ARLIN G
BEFORE INSURING ELSEWHERE.
We represent the best Old Line Companies.
/^AUGHMAN G ?JARLING A GENTS.
(^AUGHMAN Qi MARLING /\GENTS.
Come and see our
SPRING SUITS for Men and Boys.
WHITE VEST and N?GLIG? SHIRTS,
Summer Underwear and Low Cut Shoes.
Prices right. Style acd quality guaranteed.
W. A. HART & CO.
Our New Spring Goods.
Are worthy of your inspection. Here the "American
Gentleman" and Ladies Shoes reign supreme. In them %
the highest style and art in shoemaking is secured.
Don't fail to visit our store if you want the best and
newest productions on the market.
Buy the Elk Brand Hats.
HEADQUARTERS FOR GOOD GOODS.
THE SOUTHERN STATES PHOSPHATE AND
FERTILIZER COMPANY'S GOODS.
THE AUGUSTA HIGH GRADE G J ANO,
P. MD F. GUANO,
AMODIAT ED DISSOLVED BONE,
ALL GRADES OF ACID,
KAIKI T ANC NITRATE OF SODA
NOW in ware house READY for DELIVERY.
Give us a call BEFOBE you buy your
JONES & SON.
'The Leading. Insurance Company of Anm-rica"
CAPITAr. and SURPLUS OVER io.ooo.ooo.oo
No Fire Insurance Company in the United States has .
as much CASH Capital or Capital and Surplus Combined.
?. J. NORRIS, AGENT.
Eiptriiice io lng Has Taught TM Fertilizer is the Caeapest
Later that the Farmer cai hire.
It is one solution of labop scarcity.
WE ARE NOW OFFERING FOR SALE- \
Complete Stock of Guanos
OF EVERY FORMULA MANUFACTURED FOR
WE ARE SOLE AGENTS AT EDGEFIELD AND
GEORGiA CHEMICAL WORKS AND
&r MADE OF BLOOD, BONE AND TANAGEmgf
Royster til izers
MADE FROM ANIMAL AMMONIA.
0F~ WE ean also sell y eu Fertilizers with '.Cotton Seed Meal as
the Ba sir of Ammonia,
Fertilizers for Grain a Specialty.
f?tT We will have cn hand at all times a stock of Coito* Sstd
HAUL FERTILIZERS WHILE THE ROADS ARB GOOD.
ggfigr^Cnll on MK. A. E. PADGETT for pricei and term? at Th?
Farmers Bank, or ME. R. C. PADOKTT, who will b? found at our offieo,
or at your cotton wagon.
^flTAlso a larg* lot of SEED OATS for salt, at L.OW?ST
Th? Edgefleld Mercantile Co r