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I . WEDNESDAY, MAYJO, 1905.
| Lee4L NGWS.
Clerk of Court W. B. Cogburn
has just received the pension
Miss Kate Samuel leaves t?-day
for Hephzibah, Ga., to visit her,
Mrs. R. A. Cochran, of Reho
both, was the guest of Mrs. E.G.
Winn on Sunday and Monday.
For tbe beBt smoke in town go to
Misses Bes?ie and Lalla Young
blood of Winter?eat are visiting |
their sister Mrs. Dr. Manly Tim
Mrs. Missouri Lott has been
spending some time in Edgefield
wilhher daughter, Mrs. W. B.
^^v. C, E. Burts will go to
Johnston to-d?y to deliver an ad
dress before the Daughters of the
Mr. James L. Jones and hi?
.beautiful bride have been the
guest of Miss Coy Wood and Mr.
B. J. Crooker for several days.
Who is it that does enjoy the,
luxury of a hainmcck. See ours.
EDGEFIDLD MERCANTILE COMPANY.
A henpecked husband, who had
married his wife because she was
handsome, declared that a thing]
of beauty is a jaw forever.
Mrs. Baymond Buford, former
ly of Edgefield but uow of Aiken,t
was the guest of Miss Elia Scurry
several days last week.
. Messrs. George and Rid Scurry,
of Saluda, nephews of Mr. R. T.
and Miss Ella Scurry, visited-tt e
latter -on Saturday and Sunday
Large No. 1 mackeral that are ?
fat and of fice flavor can be bad at
D?N0VANT & CO.
As the graded school com
mencement exercises begin at the
prayer-meeting hour there will
be no prayer-meeting at the Bap
tist church this evening.
Capt. W. H. Brunsou and Ca
det James Self Corley united with
the Baptist church on Sunday
morning last. The ordinance of|
baptism will be administered on
Sunday morning next.
. Itis said that ten thousand do
mestic servants have struck in
Russia. There are about one hun
dred thousand in the south that
should be struck-not a few of i
whom are in Edgefield.
. :If you are undecided about re
painting your house look at the
newly -painted residence of Mrr
M. A. Taylor a? you pass up Co
Jumbia street and you will decide |
at once to have the painting done.
PRESCRIPTIONS our special
ty. Wt solicit your Prescriptions,
dav or night.
Wff GUARANTEE pure drugs,l
accijr?T?,,???^QU u d in g. and rea-|
W. E. LYNCH STfcftS.
Complying with , the provisions
of the recent act Governor Hey
ward has appointed the following
commission, L. W. Reese, of Har
dy, R. A. Cochran, of Rehoboth,
T. G. Croft, Jr., of Aiken, H. M.
Cassells, of Elleuton, whose duty
it shall be to have a survey
made of Heyward county.
Hon. J. P, Bean, who. ranks
among lhe foremost educators in
the county, was in Edgefield on
Friday last conferring with County
Superintendent of Education Byrd
as to the county eumiLer school.
Plowman, horseman, remem
ber that your horse or mule needs
water oftener than you do these
hot, sultry days. Because the
dumb brutes cannot make their
wants known is the greater reason
why they should receive careful
Mr. T. C. Callison, who gradua
ted irom the S. C. C. I. with the
class of '04, has been a guest al
the college for several days. Dur
ing the session just closed Mr.
Callison has been teaching a
flourishing school in the moun
tain fastnesses of western North
Our embroideries are the tal fe:
of the town. Don't fail to see them
before you purchase.
C. E. MAY.
.'Don't swear at the mule, Bill", |
said the old Georgia farmer; "that
oie mule, as stubborn an'weather
beaten as be looks, keeps Johu at
college learning Low ter play foot
ball an/ speak Greek VI
That small savings and small
profits become large sums in the
aggregate is proven by the fact
that enough money is made by
the government on ODO cent pieces
to pay all of vthe expenses of the
Mr. Henry Hughes Hill, Mis
ses Geneva Murray and Sadie
Mims were received into the
Methodist church on Sunday last.
The latter wag baptized, tho others
having been previously baptized.
Mrs. May Dozier Duncan is the
guest of her sisters, Mesdames J.
G. Tompkins and J. W. DeVore.
Mrs. Duncan is now, as she has
always beer, universally beloved
in Edgefield, hence she is very
cordially received when she visits
Our cigars are already the talk
of the town. This market offers
u )tbing better than a "Sabbrosa",
.*Jefferson".or a "Bill Dugan?'- ci
gar. Try them.
MAT & BLALOCK/
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Miss Tommie Searcy, of Eufa
Ala., a college frieud of Mrs.
A. Ballowe, is the guest of the 1
ter. Miss Searcy is a very beau
ful and talented young lady. 5
made many friends during I
visit (o Edgefield last summer.
Mrs. Charles R. Dobson, o?- A
gusia, who J s a very gracious a
beautiful woman, ?R making
extended visit at the t home
Mrs. Emma Dobson, and is the
cipient of manj- charming soc
attentions. Little James Dobs
grows brighter and more cunui
with each succeeding day.
Miss Mary Holston spent sovc
al days last week with her aui
Mrs. John Spann, of Leesvil
Whi'e a little too early for wati
melons and peaches,both of whi
Mr. and Mr6. Spann grow iniar
quantities, she enjoyed the c
lightful strawberries which a
grown in such great abundance
Have you tried our "White Sta
Coffee. There is nothing better <
G'. L. PENN ? SON.
"A girl in Alabama the other di
punched a tramp'fr eyes out wi
her umbrella because he tried
hug her. Her lover had just jilt<
her a few days before, ai
she distressfully exclaimed : '
don't mind so bad to be humbu;
ged, but I couldn't s'and the id<
of being bumhugged.*'
We have been informed th;
quite a number of ita _jers residii
in the eastern portion of the coin
ty plowed up and re-plauted
great deal of cotton last week. !
had been planted for a mouth ac
but very little of it had cornu u
It was probably kil.led by the col
of several weeks ago when it bega
Rev. L. G. Henderson, who :
pastor of the Presbyterian churc
at Griffin, Ga., spent Thursday i
Edgefield with Rev. and Mrs. 1
P. Burgess, the latter being hi
sister. Rev. Mr. Henderson cam
to Edgefield after attending
largo Sunday school conventio
in Augusta in which he . took
prominent and very active part.
Iron Beds both single au
double also Iron Cribs. Spring an
mattress to fit.
EDGEFIJILD MERCANTILE COMPAQ
Some months ago Mr. B. J
Crooker purchased from the W
N. Burnettestate a half in teres
in the old Ryan hotel lot frontiu?
on the public square. A few day
ago he purchased the other hal
interest in said lot from 0. Shep
pard, Esq. We have not l?ame?
of Mr. Crooker's plans as to th
improvement of the property..
After many- long, tedious am
tiresome months of waiting th
people of OUT town generally, am
of Buncombe particularly, are re
joiced to see that the work of re
modelling the old Wardlaw plac
has begun. Mr. W. E. Dobey o
Aiken either Eas tb?T contract o
has in charge the supervision o
A discussion has been making
the rounds of the press as t(
whether a woman can dress oi
the sum $65 a year, and a M?R
soari editor says : "We asked ou;
wife the other day if she though!
she could dress herself on $65 i
year, and shb turned pale anc
asked ue if some ?rich uncle hac
d???-%?ri4elt^us an immense for
tune." - -
We eau sell you enough of th<
celebrated Neal's Carriage Pain
for 75 cents to paint your buggy
DUNOVANT & CO.
We acknowledge the receipt o:
a very unique and beautiful iuvi
tation to the commencement o:
the Brenau Conservatory of Mu
sic, from our pretty and talentec
young friends, Misses Fannie Lee
Sheppard aud Sallie Lou Parker
which i s to be held on May 20-2<
th. These youug ladies, of whon
Edgefield is justly proud, hav<
completed their post graduate
30urse in music at this celebrated
That Mr. and Mrs. J. Berrier
Walker have decided to leave
Edgefield has caused general re
gret. They have packed theil
household effects, which for th?
present will be stored here. Should
they decide not to return to Edge
field they will probably make
their home iu Beaufort. While Mr.
Walker is finishing up this sea
son's work on the road Mrs. Wal
ker and the children will spend
some time with Dr. T. G. White
Dr. James S. Byrd has comple
ted the full course in dentistry
and has decided to cast his lot
among ihe Edgefield people. Dr.
Byrd has rented the rooms over
the post-office for an office and
laboratory. Being well equipped
for the practice of his profession
and being a young man of exalted
character we believe that success
is certain to crown his efforts.
Every pieca of work that is sent
out from his office is fully guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction.
Dr. Byrd's professional card will
appear regularly in the Advertiser
The eeaaon for school picnics
and neighborhood picnics is upou
us. And what is moie delightful
than a picnic where neighbors,
relatives and friends gather and
and pass a day in pleasant social
intercourse. On Saturday next
Miss Hortense Padgett, who has
been teaching the Antioch school,
and Miss Pawnee Tyler, who has
taught at Barr's Chanel during the
past session, will give a joint pic
nic at Antioch. We are very grate
ful for an invitation to attend and
enjoy the festivities of the day
with the youug folks, and regret
exceedingly that it will be im
possible for us to accept.
Sauer's Flavoring Extracts-all
*? . ' MAY & BLALOCK.
The ordinance of baptism waB
administered to Mr. M. P. Wells
and his bright little "babe, M. P.
WellB Jr., on Sunday morning last
in the Presbyterian church. This
scene, the baptism of the father
with his babe clasped in his arms,
was exceedingly beautiful and
impressive. Mr. Arthur Collett was
also received into the church by
Rev.-John A. Holland, of the
music firm of Holland Bros, of
Ninety Six, has been down for
several days looking after his
business interests iu and around
Edgefield. These gentlemen haye
built up what is probably the
largest musical instrument busi
ness in the state. Th^y buy pianos
and organs in car lots and are in
a position to make very close
prices. Mr. Holland will return.to
Edgefield in a short time to tuuo
ail of the pianos at the college
Clerk of Court Cogburn informs
us that he bas not yet received
the pension"funds from the Comp
troller General. The listBare being
made up in Columbia and will
doubtless be forwarded in a short
time. Mr. Cogburn will announce
through tho papers when he re
ceives the money for the Edge
field county pensioners. The
amounts the veterans will receive
this year will be as follows: Class
IA, $96; B, $72; C 1, $48; C 2,
$15.50; C 3. $49, and C 4, $15.50.
WTould that the doserviug ontB
were to receive ten times this pit
(Since writing the foregoing
Mr. Cogburn has informed us
that he has just received the pen
sion money. The pensioners can
come forward at ones and get
For shelf hardware and carpen
ter^ tools of all kinds come to oui
store. Our assortment is large and
prices within easy reach of all.
RAMSEY & JONES.
Miss Lois Baker, who is doing
excellent wtfrkin the mill villages
of Columbia as a state missionary,
reached Edgefield on Monday
morning en route to the mission
ary union at Red Hill. She de
livered a very inspiring address
before the members of the Wo
man's Mission society of the Bap
tist church on Monday. Miss Ba
ker and Mrs. W. B. Cogburu,
whose guest she was while in
Edgefield, spent Monday night at
the home of Miss Carrie Burkhal
ter, of Rehoboth, and thence to
Red Hill on Tuesday morning.
The most beautiful ind inter
esting commencement programme
ever presented to an Edgefield au
dience will by that of the graded
schcol this evening. In order to
pay for re-painting and repairing
the graded school building a small
admission fee will be charged. It
is better to raise the money by
this means than to raise it by
private subscription. Were the
latter meanB adopted a few citi
zens would have the burden to
bear, whereas the property upou
which the money has been ex
pended belongB to the entire, com
munity. General admission 25
cents, reserved seats 35 cents.
Go to the planing mill for shin
gle*, no. 1 and no. 2.
FAULKNER & CATO.
The County Summer School
The County Summer School for
teachers which will be conducted
for one month, beginning June
the 12th and endirg July the lOthf
rwTlTW the best that Edgefield has
ever had. Amrktus hope that it
j will be more largely titf?ujedjthau
'any jthat haB been previously
held. County Superintendent of
Education Byrd has been very
fortunate in securing Col. F. N.
K. Bailey and Prof. J. P. Bean to
conduct this school for teachers.
Col. Bailey hae'very kindly'con
sented for the college building to
be used for the school. All of the
teachers can board there for less
than it would cost them to board
in private families. Let every
teacher in the county arrange to
attend the summer school during
the entire month. We shall have
more to say of it in a subsequent
Death of M ifs Ella Samuel
Another newly made, flower?
covered grave can be seen in our
village cemetery. On Thursday,
the 4th of May, Miss Ella Samuel
died at her home in south Edge
field, and on Friday morning the
funeral Bervice was conducted in
the M?thodist church by Rev.
This greatly beloved young Ko
rnau was born and reared near
Hephzibah, Ga., where she passed
the major portion of her life,
having come to Edgefiiild about
five years ago. By reason of tine
Christian young woman having
lived r.mong us the community
bas been made better-the many
lives with which she daily came
iii contact were ennobled and
made brighter. Always gentle,
amiable, kind, thougntfui, sweet
tempered-little wonder then
that the death of Mies Samuel
brought tears to so many eyes and
sorrow to so many hearts. When
apprised of the seriousness of her
condition, she declared her will
ingness and readiness to face
death. The deceased was a mem
ber-an active member-of the
Methodist church. The deepest
sympathy is extended to the
heart-broken sister, devoid broth
er and nephew in this hour of
New Millinery Goods.
We desire to inform the ladies
that wo have just received a larg*
shipment of Duck Hats, Sailor?,
Dress Hats, and Ready-to-wear
Hats, alBO very large assortment
of Flowers, Veiling and Children1?.
White Caps. Call at once and
select the cream of our new ar
rivals before the stock is broken.
EDGEFIELD MILL INERY PARLORS.
$$Mi MO SUBSTITUTE
Graded School Commencement.
In the college auditorium, e
ginniug this eveniug at 8:30
o'clock, the graded school com
mencement will be held. The paBt
successes and achievements of the
little folks in their commence
ment exercises have led our peo
ple to expect great things this
evening, and not one who attendis
will be disappointed. The lady
teachers, Misses Nickles, Newsorn
and Dicks, all of whom are very
talented, have given much thought
and time'to arranging the pro
gramme and preparing the child
ren. Each number on the pro
gramme will be as greatly en
joyed as if each were the climax.
So natural, so unassuming, so un?
affected are theBe little folks on
the stage that great crowds flock
to see them. Better purchase re
served seats or go early in order
to get ci good seat.. The price of
admission will be 35 cents for re
served seats aud 25 cents for gen
eral admission. The proceeds will
be applied io the amount that .is
owed for repainting and repairing
the academy buildiig. A very
A Thoroughly Enjoyed Picnic.
Instead of aspembling in the
class -oome on Friday last and
poring over books as was their
daily wont, the pupils of ihe gra
ded school and the students of the
coll ge were given a holiday, and
all-from the little tots of the
first grade to the dignified seniors,
who have almost, within their
grasp the loi.g coveted "sheep
skins"-enjoyed the picnic upon,
the campus, which had be^n pro
vided by President Bailey. For
one day-and there are but few
such days in the life of a student
all restrictions were removed, the
only requirement beiug that they
deport themselves ag young ladies
and young gentlemen should. And
it is neediess to add that this was
Everything and everybody en
tired heartily into the spirit of
the occasion. The near-by brook
babbled-the birds over head car
olled-the little iunocents sang
sweetly as they pranced and dan
ced upon the green grass-the old
er students t ete-a-teted and prome
naded-the faculty, some hand
some and others beautiful, with
love-lit faces sat to-day at Cupids
feet instead of having others sit
at their feet-Col. and Mrs. Bailey
were never happier for they were
making hundreds of others happy.
At the diui.e hour all were in
vited down to the densely shaded
portion of the campus where upon
loug tables a picnic dinner, in
great abundance and variety, had
been spread. The graded school
and day students carried baskets
which, added to what Col. Bailey
had provided, made enough to
rWi? the combined Japauese and
Rusfeij&Q_armies. Col. Bailey, who
is e\er tnomfftUnJ ajidjarge-heart
ed, provided ten gai?on% oi de
lightful ice cream which Lc servid
after dinner to the graded school
Just as wise and thoughtful
parents are always endeavoring to
make tho home and home life
attractive, so does President Bai
ley constantly strive to dispel the
nomtouyof school du'ies and
school life. Hu striv?s always to
keep his students thoroughly in
love with their work. In order to
do this he provides at regular in
tervals pleasant diversions and
amusements for the children and
young people. Nothing else could
have accomplished this end half
so well as did the ideally con
ducted picnic of Friday last.
There is but oue F. N. K. Bai
le}7, and long may he live! This
?B not only the wish of the Ad
vertiser but of all Edgefield.
One disease of thinness in
children is scrofula; in adults,
consumption. Both have poor
blood ; both need more fat.
These diseases thrive on lean
ness. Fat is the best means of
overcoming them;1 cod liver oil
makes the best and healthiest
fat and ^
is 1 lie easiest and most effective
Fohn of cod liver oil. Here's a
natural order of things that
shows why Scott's Emulsion is
nf so much value in all cases of
sci-;) lu In. and consumption. More
hit, more weight, more nourish
ment, that's why.
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists
409 415 Pearl Street, New York
50c. and $1.00 :: :t :: AU druggist?
Send your Job Printing to
Who says t
not im provedJ
not learned to
Clothes just a
we do men's
well as they ca
Plumes at Very Low Prices.
I am cow offering my entire
stock of Plumes at greatly re
duced prices. This gives the ladies
an opportunity to obtain a hand
some plume at very low price. A
beautiful lot of new Sailor Hate
' MISS MARY BUFORD.
Don't forget you can get Lino
leum 6 feet wide in floral and
Tiling effects from The Edgefield
The celebrated Penn's Bouquet
Cologne is now better than ever.
It is only sold bv us.
G. L. PENN & SON.
Don't forget that for stiength
Style and finish no buggy goes
down the road ahead of the Golds
EOGEFIELD MERCANTILE Co.
- Have your pictures enlarged,
free. For particulars see
C. E. MAY.
Heinz' Sweet mixed Pickles in
hulk, Salad Dressing, Prepared
mustard, Sauces, etc., at
DUNOVANT & CO.
Massage Powder and Soap. It
softens the skin and beautifies
G. L. PENN & SON.
We carry a full line of graining
colors in paint,such as oak, cher
ey, walnut and mahogany stains.
Also large-stock of lead, oil, tur
pentine, etc. Let us supply your
Bed Lounges are always useful
when an extra man happens 1.0
drop in on you with a house full
of company. Don't forget to see
those for sale by
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE Co.
Let us fill your prescriptions.
We use only the best drug.
G. L. PENN & SON.
Georgia Cane Syrup and genu
ine Ne?v Orleans molasses can be
DUNOVANT & CO.
If you want an Iron Cot with
spring and mattress you should
selHc!2r?afc-fot sale by The Edge
We have a very handsobofc-iiue
of ' Clothing, Hats, Shirts ani.
Neck Wear for men. Give us a call
We can please you.
C. E. MAY.
- We keep Leggett's Celebrated
Flavoring Extracts and high
grade Canned Goods. There is
nothing better on tho market.
DUNOVANT & CO.
No child is happy who is not
pushed in a Go-Cart bought from
The Edgefield Mercantile Compa
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK ?
Kidney Trouble Makes Ton Miserable.
Almost everybody who raids tho news
papers Is sure to know of the wonderful
cures made by Dr.
\ Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
8 r^jf^ I the great kidney, liver
S tw?r^J & ?nd bladder remedy.
* " - 1 lt ls tho great medi
ca! triumph of the nine
teenth century; dis
covered after years of
scientific research by
Dr. Kilmer, tho emi
nent kidney and blad
der specialist, and ls
wonderfully successful In promptly curing
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid 'trou
bles and Bright's Disease, which is tho worsi
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root ls not rec
ommended for everything but If you have kid
ney, liver or bladder trouble lt will be found
Just the remedy you need. It hu been tested
in so many ways, In hospital work, in private
practico, among the helpless too poor to pur
chase relief and has pro red so successful In
every oase that a special arrangement has
been made by which all readers of this paper
who have not already tried It, may have a
sample bottle sent free by mall, also a book
telling moro about Swamp-Root and how to
find out If you havo kidney or bladder trouble.
, When writing mention reading this generous
offer In this paper and
send your address to
Dr. Kilmer & Co.,Bing
hamton, N. Y. Tho
'regular fifty cent and RomtiIWMJP-RO?*.
? ?ollar alzas are sold by all good druggist?.
Don't make any mistake, but
remember the name, Swamp
Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
and the address, Birghamton, N.
* Y., on every bottle.
he world has
to make the
at home ; *had
make them in
s carefully as
-and that's as
n be made.
J?S. S. BYRD,
B DGEFIELD, S. C.
?jH^Office over Post-Office.
We sell the Dove Brand Sugar
Cured Haras, which are the best
on the market.
G. L. PENN & SON.
When you need anew Buggy or
Wagon come to us. We buy all of
our vehicles in car lots from the
best manufacturers in the country
aud are in a position to make
RAMS3Y & JONES
Only the purest and best drugs
are used by u* in compounding
proscriptions. We solicityour pre
scription business. Our prices
If you would be relieved of that
tired feeling take Penn's Bitters.
G. L. PENN & SON.
Wo want every housewife in
this vicinity to know that we pay
especial attention to our Fancy
Grocery department. A complete
line of the choicest caunea goods
can always be found at our store
If we haven't what you want we
will order it for you.
MAY & BLALOCK.
Youug man, do you want to
make your best girl happy? Then
send her some of our fancy can
dies. We have the largest assort
ment of fine candies in Edgefield.
For the best Handkerchiefs
Extracts to be had go to
G. L. PENN & SON.
We carry a large Btockof Putty
and Glass of all sizes. Also a full
assortment of Picture Molding.
Let us frame your pictures.
If you are suffering from indi
gestion or if your liver is out of
order, take Timmou's Laxative
Prune Syrup Bitters. It will make
a now man of you.
Come to us for Lowney's Cocoa,
also Lowney's powdered chocolate
Quaker Oats that are fresh-two
packages for a quarter-go to
MAY & BLALOCK.
Farmers, let us sell you yorr
Groceiies and Plantation Supplies
We are in a position to make very
MAY k BLALOCK.
We have just received a very
handsome line of hats, for boys,
young men, and old men. Let us
show you. Correct shapes. Prices
C. E. MAY.
We are constantly replenishing
our stock of Jewelry, Cutlery and
Silveiware of all kinds. We carry
only reliable goods and want to
supply your needs. If we have not
what you wish we will order it for
RAMSEY & JONES.
Don't forget to examine our
stock of harness when you ne^d
anything in that line, you can
always find all parts of harness
EEGEFIELD MERCANTILE STORE.
Antone Rending a Bketcta and description ma;
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether on
Invention is probably patentable. ?ommunloiv.
tUllin strictly confidential. HANDBOOK OD Patents
sent free. Oldost agency for securing patent*.
Patonts taken through Mann ? Co. receive
tpecial notice, without charge, In the
Scientific American '
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest cir
culation of any scientific journal. Terms, 13 a
year : four months, $L Bold by all newsdealers.
MUNN ?Co.?'*-** New York
Branch Offlce, 625 F St. Washington, D. C.
Let the ADVERTISER
Job Office do your printing.
We Sell *
THE SOUTHERN STATES PHOSPHATE Al
THE AUGUSTA HIGH GRADE G J ANO,
P. AMD F- GUANO,
AMONI AT ED DISSOLVED BON Ey
ALL GRADES OF ACID,
KAINIT ANC NITRATE OF SODA
NOW in ware house READY for DELIVERY. ,
Give us a call BEFOKE you buy your
JONES & SON. <
We are still offering new goods in all
of our ines, and will be pleased to hare
our friends call and make their Easter
We will always give satisfaction, or
your money back.
Yours for business. ? l:
dAS. E. HART r
'Get your Laundry in Tuesdays^ .*
We Need the Cash.
You need the goods therefore it ihculd be an
easy matter for us to trade. We are now offer
ing the largest stock of Merchandise ever brought
to Edgefield at unheard of prices-very low prices.
Come let us show you our Clothing, Shoes, Hats,
Dry Goods, Notions, etc. We have the latest
styles with quality and prices right.
We Must Convert the Goods
into cash hence we are making some SPECIAL ?
PRICES that should interest the Edgefield Shop
Come to our store for Bargains in Br&n?
New Spring Goods.
ADVERTISER-BUILDING, - - EDGEFIELD, S. C.
are the interests of our cus
tomers. We spare no effort
to make the store, the stock i
and our business methods.
worthy of their fullest confi
dence. We feel that we have
done so and believe others
will think so too, when they
see this stock of
DRY GOODS, CLOTH
ING, SHOES and HATS,
and ascertain the prices at
which we sell.
Favor us with a visit and
-v uni ??
fl\4m Sivc yourself the pleasure of
^r seeing the good things here,
G. E. MAY.
I desire to call the attention of the ladies to the
fact that I have just received and opened up a large
shipment of Pattern Hats in all of the NEWEST
MATERIALS and Designs.
jJ^*Come at once and let me show them to
Full supply of Children's Hats just received
At Bennett House, Opposite Presbyterian Church,
HOLLAND BROS., ;
Pianos, Organs and Sewing
Machines. Also the Ceei
lian Piano Player.
SATISE^ GUARANTEED. ?
Call on or write us for
prices and terms.
NINETY SIX, S. G.