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iWIMMIIWIiniUMIIW ?.ll I-1III.J?
WEDNESDAY, MAY 31,1905.
i LQQ?L NeWS- |
A girl is ne^er satisfied nu ti I
she draws her beau into a knot.
An exclamation of joy comes
-4th when a mother discovers her
baby'B 1st 2th.
Dou't complain of the hot
weather. It make6 the cotton grow,
and cotton, as well as money,
"makes the mare go".
The reason it takes two women
80 Ion? to say good-by is that they
are both determined to ha\e the
Mrs. James E. Hart and chil
dren spent last week at Johnston
with the former's parents, Dr. and
Mr. Di P. LaGrono.
That mau who Btarts in life
without building on the founda
tion of character has made a false
start and will not go far before be
Heinz's Baked Beans in cans at
Ti M MON s BROS.
If milliners would coufiue their
window displays to OS-cant batsi
it would do much to iuduce bache
lors to take a hand in the matri
Mrs. Olin Auld, of Greenwood,
accompanied by her bright little
daughter, visited her mother-in
law, Mrs. Emma Z. Auld, several
days lA8t week.
Every young man should start
out in life with two purposes in
view: One the builling of an
honorable character and the other
the successful proeec.utiou of
Capt. and Mrs. E. H. Young
blood came down on Friday last
and Misses Bessie and Lalla
Youngblood, who have bopu the
guests of their sister; Mrs Mau ly
Timmon8, for several weeks, re
turned with them.
That most excellent citizen of
Ropers, Mr. John C. Shaw, was in
Edgefi?ld on-Saturday Inst. He
said that he slipped off from the
grass long enough to attend to
some business at the county seat.
Our cigars are already the talk
of the town.This market offer?
ii )thing better than a "Saborosa"
"Jefferson" or a "Bill Dugan'' ci
gar. Try them. -
MAY & BLALOCX.
Miss Minta Presshy, of Ander
son, and Misses Royall and Lallio
Peak, of EdgefieJd, all students
of the S. 0. C.. I. nt.Edgefield ar?
.visiting Miss -Ethel Jay at "her
home on Church street.--Green
Col. F. N. K. Bailey has re
quested us to state that in an
nouncing on Wednesday evening
last the names of the graduates in
the book keeping department he
inadvertently omitted the name of
M?es Bessie Ouzts.
So thoroughly did the people of
our town enjoy every sessiou 'of
the recent Iuter-Deuominatioua!
Sunday School. Convention thal
many are already looking with
pleasant anlicipatious to the
coming of the Edgefield Baptist
association here in September.
. PRESCRIPTIONS our special
ty. We solicit your Prescriptions,
dav or night.
\VE GUARANTEE pure drugs,
accurate compounding, aud rea
W. E. LYNCH & CO.
It may sound a liitle strange
'when we read thal male actors
play the female roles altogether
on the Japanese stage, but it IP
not so strange after al!, for righi
here in Edgefield we have heard
of wives playing the roles of hus
bands-wielding the rod of au
thority over them.
The ADVERTISER household ip
longing for the arrival of tbt
biackberry season. Hatten the da}
vvben.colored piccaninnies will b'
peddling "cullua berries" upji>
our streets. Then we will fare well
unless the 6ugar trurt puts tbf
sweeten in' yo high we can't read
Have you tried our "White Star"
Coffee. There is nothing better on
G. L. PENN & SON.
The next session of the Edge
field graded school will begin on
September the 15tb., and the 1905-1
06 seseieu of the college will opeu
on Wednesday, October the 4th.
The new catalogue of tho college
will be issued in a thort time,
aud wijl give all information
concerning the work of the next
On Thursday evening last Rev.
P. P. Blalock, tho pastor -of th*
Second Baptist church, adminis
tered the O'dinanca of baptism tu
Misses Maude R'ch, Cora Sharp
ton, Jessie Vaugnu and Messrs
Joseph Jennings, James Jennings.
As a result of the recent revival
there were four other accessions
to the church by letter.
We have read somewhere that
the old-time hoopskirt ?8 again
to become fashionable, but we
have not yet beaid of any of
Edgefield's dry goods merchante
having them for sale. Before a
supply reaches our city the coun
cil will have to widen our walks
to accommodate the wearers ol
these breezy garments. fc?o narrow
are many of our sidewalks at pres
eut that two"* hoopskirted girls
could not walk abreast.
Chang? of nchedule : The rt
day traiu now leaves at 2 o'cl
instead of 1:15, nnd returns
. 4:55 instead of 5:20 p. m.
Mr. W. H. Turner, the prop
tor of the Corner Store, has g
to market this week fer the.'
ood time this season. He will
of bis new purchase .in our n
Mis6"Or? Landram has requ
ed us to announce that &he i
return to Edgefield on the 1
inst, and will teach masic at
college during the summer sch'
the terms being $3.00 per moe
It is said that unskilled la
ju Japan commands but sixti
cents a day. If that be ?rue, t
the Japs are as skilled in the
of the boo as. in the use of mu
tious of war, something like
million of them could find m
profitable employment in Ed
field ccuuty than at home.
Misses Sallie Parker and Fi
nie Sheppard have comple
their coarse in music at Brer
Conservatory of music. The f
mer returned home on Wednesc
last and the latter stopped over
Cedartown, Ga., to spend a fo
night with her brother, Mr. Oih
do Sheppard, Jr. ?
Bed Lounges are always use!
when au extra man happens
drop in on you with a house fi
of company. Don't forget to t
those for sale Hy
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE Co.
Mr. Ralph Winn, .who has be
pursuing a business course at t
Georgia-Alabama business Colle
of Macon, for the past two monti
has been forced to come home i
accnuut of sickness. He will i
eume bis studies as soon as
recovers from his prolonged i
All of the faculty of the S. <
C. I. will return next session e
cept Maj. R. D. Epps and Mr. \
K. Bailey. The former will eugag
in the practice of law at Andersc
or Newberry, and the latter wi
embank in the insurance busines
being associated with Capt. R. 1
Cain who has been wonderful
successful during the past year.
Rather than have very grass
cotton chopped at a cost of mot
than one dollar an acre the fa
mers in many sections of the stat
arc- planting a row of com i
ever}'cotton middle and will plo
up the cotton as the corn is wr.rl
ed. We have not heard of ac
being done that way in this com
ty. Great ?6 the pity.
Why worry with flies when yo
can buy Wire Door3 at $1.20 au
$1.40, ancT Windows at 75c froi
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE Co.
Capt. R. B. Cain has recentl
purchased a large body of ver
fine cypresj timber, near his hom
iu Sumter county and has install
ed a shingle mill that is turniu
out first-class shingles. We woul
advise anyone desiring cypres
shingles, and there is nothin
better to be had, to address Capt
Cain at Sumter S. C.
Senator B. R. Tillman, in hi
address to the graduating class o
the S. C. C.. I, said: "If makin]
money is your idea of a success
ful life, and that is to b i you
ch ef aim, I want to give yoi
Josh Billings' receipt for makin]
money. It is this: 'Rise early am
work late. Live-on what you can'
sell, and if you don't die rich-auc
go loh-1 you can sue -me fo
Co!, and Mrs. F. N. K. Bailej
have gone to Sullivan's Island tc
enjoy the sea breeze until th<
.Counly Summer School opens ol
June the 15th. Miss Ora Land ran
accompanied them and will returt
to Edgefield to teach music duriuj
the Bummer school. Miss Landan
will probably remain in Edgefi^lc
during the entire summer. Shcmlc
"she decide to do so everything
possible will be done to make be:
stay among us pleasant.
Ono bright, energetic young lac
of our town who is just out o:
school nae voluntarily eecurec
employment in the cotton mill
He preferred having regular em.'
ployment to being a loafer. How
commendable is his course! There
are more than a dozen other boy?
and young men who could with
profit follow his example. It if
much more honorable to work,
aveu upon the streets, than it ?E
to hang around the street corners
?ir whittle upon dry.goods boxes.
Chicken Lice Exterminator is
guaranteed to free chickens ol
mites and lice. Get it at
On Saturday LiBt Mr. J. 0.
Seigbr, who resides near Plum
Branch, lodged Jim Henry in jail
Henry is wanted by the authori
ties of A lacinia county, Fla., where
he will betaken to answer to the
charge ol' having murdered an
other negro. A reward of $100 was
offered for his apprehension by
the governor of Florida. Mr. Seig
Ier has wired Sheriff L. W. Fen
nell of Gainesville, Fla., of the
arrest, and will doubtless recci\e
Hon. John Temple Graves will
lecture at Johnston ou Friday
?vening next. Doubtless many
?dg^ field ?ans wi!' go to hear thin
distinguished gentlpman, who is
conceded by many tobe the moFl
eloquent speaker ii: the south. The
declamation, "Graves' Eulogy of
Henry Grady," &o admirably ren
dered by Mr. Dozier Lynch (Edge
field's John Templo Graves) at
the recent commencement, is a
production of this wondeful geni
us. Go over to Johnston and hear
his eloquence first hand-from
his own lips,
Massage Powder and Soap. It
softens the skiu aud beautifies
-G. L. PENN & SON.
Farmers Meet Monday Next.
At the last meeting of the far
mers of the county, which was
held iii the court !:ou?e during the
latter part of April, .the time for
the next mee'iug was Hx^d for the
1st Monda}' in Jun<\ If the weath
er con'iuues favorable the farm
ers wiU be somewhat relieved of
the pressure that is now on, and
it is desired that there shall be
a full attendance at the meeting
on Monday next.. By all means
let these couuty organizations
be maintained. Collectively the
farmers may never be able to ac
complish much for themselves,
but separately dr through indi
vidual effort nothing can ever be
accomplished. Let there be a full
attendance of representative men
upon the meeting in the court
house at eleven o'clock on Monday
next, the 1st Monday m June.
Large No. 1 mack eral that are
fat and of fine flavor can be had at
DUNOVANT .& CO.
An Unfortunate Accident.
Mrs. Joseph W. Reece has the
deep sympathy of our entire com
munity in the unfortunate acci
dent that befell her on Saturday
morning last. She walked to the
rear door of the house to throw
some water from a vessel and
being^uddenly attacked with ver
tigo she fell from the door to the
ground, breaking her right limb
just above the ankle. The bone
was not only broken but one piece
protruded from the flesh which
intensified the pain and aggrava
ted the wound. She was carried
in the house by Mr. Reese, assist
ed by the neighbors. Dr. F. W. P.
Butler was summoned at once by
telephone and did all in his power
for his patient. Mrs. Reese is
doiugas well as could be expect
ed. Some time will be required
for the wound to heal.
We carry a full strck of all
kinds of picture moulding and
eau frame any size picture on
Death of An Aged Lady.
Died, on Tuesday morning, Mrs.
Katherine Dunbar, at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. S-'A. Morrall.
The remains will be interred this
afternoon at Millet', S. C. the
lifr-long home of the deceased.
This aged and very gracious
lady, who was a descendant of an
old South Carolina family des
tingulshed for its superior culture,
refinement and sterling qualities
of mind and heart, passed most
of her pilgrimage of 7S years at
Millett, having come to Edg'efield
not many months ago. She was a
devoted member of Steel Creek
Baptist church, one of the oldest
in the state.
Before her marriage, Mrs. Dun
bar was Miss Katherine Jobn.3on-,
a daughter of t^e Rev. Dr. W. S.
Johnson, a Baptist minister, who
was buried at Sweet Water church,
in this county. To one who has
served the Master so faithfull}',
so devotedly, aud throughout co
long a term of years death has no
sting-"Blessed are the dead who
die in the Lord".
We can sell you enough of the
celebrated Neal's Carriage-Paint
for 75 cents to paint your buggv.
DUNOVANT & CO."
Light Dragoons Disbanded.
Since the inFp?ction some weekp,
ago, orderB from the office of the
Adjutant and Inspector Genend
that would determine the fate of
Edgefield's two cavalry companies,
the Hussars and Dragoons, have
been eagerly awaited. \VhiJe some
doubt was entertained as to wheth
er, under the very rigid Dick law.
these companies would be retain
ed as a part of tha state malitia,
yet it was the universal desire
that they would not bedi9banded.
The suspense has been euded by
an order issued on Friday last to
the effect that troop B of ? Edg-?
field which we understand lo
mean the Light Dragoons, ha6
ueen disbanded, and troop A, the
Hussars, has been placed upon the
reserve list the status and equip
ment of which will be defined by
subsequent orders. We have been
unable to interview Capt. Juo. R.
Blocker as to the future plans of
the Dragoons. It is probable, how
ever that the company will be
maiutaiued a social organiza'ion.
We have a very handsome line
of Clothing, Hats, Shirts and
Neck Wear for men. Give us a call
Wo can please you.
C. E. MAY.
Senator B. R. Tillman Hurt.
At the close of the graduating
exercises at the college on Wed
nesday evening last Senator Till
man, Misses Lona, Sophia and
Annie Mr.y Tillman, and the dri
ver, entered their carriage to re
turn to their home at Trenton.
The driver was not familiar with
the entrance from the street to
the college grounds and instead of
crossing the bridge that loads to
the 6treet he turned too short,
driviug down an embankment
that is five or six feet high. The
vehicle was overturned and the
inmates were thrown violently
to the ground.' Fortunately* no
one received any serious injury.
Senator Tillman received two
severe cuts across the forehead
and head, and Miss Lona Tillman
received several .flight bruises,
while the ot'iers escaped unbann
ed. To stand and view the precipi
tjus embankment ivor which the
carriage was driven the wonder is
that the results were not very se
Senator Tillman was carried
immediately tu the office of Drs.
Tompkins (fe Marsh who carefully
dressed his wounds. From the
office he drove to Trenton that
night.The unfortunate occurrence
?B generally regretted, while lhere
is very great rejoicing that tho
consequences were not more se
Closing Features of Commencem B^I
We regret excae dingly that.Wf'
have not space to write, at length
of the closing features of tbr
coraineuc?'n)eilt of last week. The
recital nit Tu-'sday evi ni ng by Iht
elocution class reflected great
; credit upon the gifted teacher,
Miss Nickle?,.and the fair young
The meeting ol' the association
of graduate? held on Wednesday
morning was very enjoyable^ Rev.
L. B. White was too sick to be
present to deliver his excellent
address, hence it was read by Mr.
T. C. Call ison. The essay by MibS
Louise McKnight, elicited much
Avery delightful feature was
the levee of the art department
which is presidi d over with such
a high degree ofefliciency by Miss
Eliza Minis. The handiwork io
crayon, oil and water, colors of
the dozen pupils was displayed-in
the art room. All showed that the
pupils are being carefully taught
and are making rapid progress.
Tho graduating exercises on
Wednesday evening we're very in
teresting. Only two of the class
took part in the exercises-Miss
Madge Mays as salutatorian and
Mr. P. H. Bussey as "valedictorian."
Senator B.. R. Tillman and Hon;
J. C. Sheppard delivered charac
teiistic addresses, the latter pre
senting tlvi diplomas.
The A. B. graduates were : Miss
Madge Mays, Messrs. Gus Merri
man, Joe and E.'more Ashley. The
B. E. graduates were : Misses Mat
tie Minis, Jennie Pattison, Lucile
Sheppard, Marie Tompkins, Edith
Walker and P. H. Bussey, Jr.
Graduates in stenography and
typewriting: Misses Willie and
Li-ila Cheatham, May Dorn, Eula
Leroy and Kale Reynolds. Gradu
ates in Book keepings Miss Bes
oie Onzts, C. E. Ashil], J. D. Eas
terling, \V. D. Eason and Milton
Bussey. . .
The banquet given by the asso
ciation of graduates in the large
and very taslcfully decorated
dining room ol tho college was.a
fitting close to the commencement
exercises: Ninety covers were laid
upon (he long tables that were so
bountifully supplied with tempt
ing viands. M any jousts were hap
pily responded to. Capt. R. B.
Cain the president nf the alumnae
alumni association, was toast mas
Passed'by the Members of the
Edgefield Light Dragoons Upon
the Death of Their Comrade.
Whereas death has claimed an
other member of our company jn
the person of E. L. Stevens, who
bas for years* served the company
faithfully in the capacity of treas
urer, an d'who has always hy his
noble conduct inspired in his
brother members kinder regards
for each other and a sincere re
spect and esteem for himself. 'And
whereas, it is fit that, w;e should
give expression to our apprecia
tion of his life and character and
to our sense of loss and bereave^
ment at his death :
Now, he it rosolved, 1st. That
in E. L. Stevens the Edgefield
Light Dragoons had a faithful anrl
efficient member and officer. That
in him I he mern bet s of our com
pany had a warm and affectionate
friend, ever ready to help them by
word or deed in tho quiet and un
assuming way that characterized
bim. Tnat in him Edgefield coun
ty had a true and sterling citizen
exemplifying iu his life the quali
ties that just'y endeared him to
his friends and relatives,
2nd. That in his death our com
pany has sustained an irreparable)
loss, but that the memory of his
life and character will abide with
us forever as an incentive to
higher and truer living, and that
the modest manliness of his char
acter will leave its impress on the
hearls of all who knew and loved
Sid. Thatacopyof these reso
lutions be inscribed in the minutes
of the company, that, a copy be
forwarded to Mrs. E. L. Stevens,
as a testimonial of our sincero and
heartfelt sympathy, and that a
copy be furnished the county
papers for publication.
B. E. NICHOLSON,
J. G. EDWARDS,
R. N. BROADWATER.
?wc place this label on every
package of Scott's Emulsion.
The man "with a fish on his back
is our trade-mark, and it is a
guarantee that Scott's Emul
sion -will do all that is claimed
for it. Nothing better for lung,
thront or bronchial troubles in
infant or adult. Scott's Emul
sion is one of thc greatest flesh
builders known to thc medical
We'll send you a. samplo free.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Mpv2&$$&^
Plumes at Very Low Pnces.
I am now. offering my entirej
stock of Pl?-:mes at greatly re
duced prices, finn gives the ladies
aft opportunity.1 to obtain a hand
some plume at very low price. A
beautiful lot of new Sailor Hat.p|
j.ust received. >
MISS MARY BUFORD.
The Polymnia Trioi
Several mouths have elapsed
since an entertainment has been
given in the opera house. Unless
the managers can present some
thing good they prefer not to
have anything. In this they are
right. The Polymnia Trio, which,
is composed of three very vetsa
tilo aud gifted artists, will appear
on Monday evening, June the 12th.
Miss Mabel Maitland is a peifect
imitator and persona tor, being
unrivaled as a delineator of plan
tation and negro dialect-Mrs.
Pol lord is a sweet and very gift
ed vocalist-Miss Bertha Har
wood is averys cultured woman,
.and .an elegant performer upon
the piano and a finished musi
cian. Thus it is seen that thc prp
gramme will be varied-never
monotonous but intensely inter
esting throughout. No lovar of
music, song aud story can afford
to absent themselves from this
Let us fill your prescriptions.
We use only the best drug.
G. L. PENN & SON.
FOR ?A LE : Three good Milch
Cows, freeh to pail.
S. B. NICHOLSON.
Fresh Oatmeal, Force and. Grape
Who is it lhat does enjoy the
luxury of a hammock. Seo ours.
EDGEFIDLD MERCANTILE Coi IRAN Y .
Go to the plauing mill for shin
gles, no. X and no. 2.
FAULKNER & CATO.
Try our delightful parched coffee
at J5 cts per pound. It will please
Don't forget that for stiengthj
Style and finish no buggy goes
down the road ahead of the Golds
EUGEFIELD MERCANTILE Co. '
Heinz' Sweet mixed Pickles in
bulk, Salad Dressing, Prepared
mustard, Sauces, etc., at
DUN?VANT & CO.
Georgia Cane Syrup and genu
ine New Orleans molasse can be
DUNOVANT & CO.
If you want an Iron Cot with
spring and mattress you should
see those for sale by The Edge
field Mercantile Company.
We keep Leggett's Celebrated
Flavoring Extracts and high
grad? Canned Goods. There is
nothing better on the market.
DUXOVANT & CO.
No child is happy who is not
pushed in a Go-Cart bought from
The Edgefield Mercantile Compa
Fresh supply of National Bis
cuit Company.'s Crackers in bulk
and in packages.
We have Matting Paper in rolls.
If you want mattiug or carpets to
last use paper nuder them.
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
Our embroideries are the tais
of the town. Don't fail to see them
before you purchase.
New Millinery Goods.
We desire to inform the ladies
that wo have just received a large
shipment of Duck Hats, Sailors,
Dress Hats, and Ready-to-wear
Hats, also very large assortment
of Flowers, Veiling and Children'e
White Caps. Call at once and
select the cream of our new ar
rivals before the stock is broken.
KDGEFIELD MILLINERY PARLOR3.
All persons holding claims of past
indebtedness against F^dgelield coun
ty will please come forward and re
ceipt claims and get money for same
on 7th day of .lune 1!>05, as I want to
cluse ( nt. all past indebtedness on that
day against ??geli?l? County.
Commutation as well as all other
Respectfully yours, J
D, P. SELF.
Supervisor Edffefleld County.
TIM MO ?VS & COR LEY,
Appointments nt Trenton
Crown and Bridge Work a Special
for Gasoline En
gines, Steam En
gines, Saw Mills,
Cotton Gins, Presses etc.
_ E. J. NORRIS,
We want every housewife in
this vicinity to know that we pay
especial attention to our Fai:cy
Grocery department. A complete
line of the choicest cannea goods
can always be found at our store
If we haven't what you waut we
will order it foryou.
MAY & BLALOCK.
Ladies should call at our store
and examine the stock of Novojo
and-Smyrna Rugs. We have them
n animal and floral designs.
EDGEFIELD' MERCANTILE CO.
JAS. S. BYRD,
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
"Office over Post-Office.
We sell the Dove Brand Sugar)
Cured Hams, 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
and are in a position to make
If you would be relieved of that
tired feeling take Penn's Bitters.
G. L. PENN & SON.
For shelf hardware and carpen
ter's tools of all kinds come to our
store. Our assortment is large and
prices within easy reach of all.
RAMSEY & JONES.
Georgia Cane Syrup, Cuba Mo
lasses and New Orleans Molasses
. TIMMONS BROS.
Youug man, do you want to
make your best girl happy? Then
send her some of our taucy can
dies. We have the largest assort
ment of fine candies in Edgefield.
DUNOVANT & CO.
Iron Beds both single and
dmble also Iron Cribs. Spring and
mattress to fit.
EDGEFIHLD MERCANTILE COMPANY.
For the best Handkerchiefs
Extracts lo be had go to
G. L. PENN & SON.
If you want the celebrated
Quaker Oats that are fresh-two
paokages for a quarter-go to
MAY & BLALOCK.
Beautiful Per tieres just ar
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
Farmers, let us sell you your
Groceries and Plantation Supplies
We are in a position to make very
MAY ?fe BLALOCK.
We have just received a very
bande?me line of hats, for boys,
young men, and old men. Let us
show you. Correct shapes. Prices
C. E. MAY.
We ar? constantly replenishine
our Btock of Jewelry. Cutlery-and
Silveiware of all kinds. We carry
only reliable goods and want to
Bupply your needs. If we have not
what you wish we will order it for
RAMSEY ? JONES.
Don't forget you can get Lino
leum G feet wide in floral and
Tiliug 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.
Have your pictures enlarged
free. For particulars see
C. E. MAY.
Full line of Household Paints,
Linseed Oil, Lead, Turpentine,
Varnish and Varnish Stains at
Don't forget to examine our
stock of harness when you need
anything in that line, you can
always find all parts of harness
made at .
EEGEFIELD MERCANTILE STORE.
Over - Work Weakens >
Unhealthy Kl Jneys Hake Impure Blood.
All the blood In your body passes 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 are sick or out
of order, they tall 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 ls
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 doctorini ; your kidneys. The mild
and thei extraord nary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-R<W)tf the great kidney remedy ls
soon realized. 11 stands the highest for its
'wonderful cures - >f the most distressing cases
and is ?:old o* Its merits
by all druggists f ti fifty
cent and onei-dol lar siz- <
es. You may have a'
sample bottle bj ' nnail Homo of swrwnp.Roo?.
free, also pamphlet telling you how to find
out if you have 'Kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Khmer
& Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
Don't make any mistake, but
remember . the name, Swamp
Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
and the address, Binghamton, N.
Y.} on every bottle.
Who says the world has
They used to make the
boys' clothes at home; had
not learned to make them in
Now we make Boys'
Clothes just as carefully as
we do men's-and that's as
well as they can be made.
$1.50 to $5.00.
THE SOUTHERN STATES PHOSPHATE AND
THE AUGUSTA HIGH GRADE G J ANO.
P. AND F- GUANO,
AMOJYIATED DISSOLVED BONE,
ALL GRADES OE ACID,
KAINIT AJYC NITRATE OE SODA
NOW in ware house READY for DELIVERY.
Give us a call BEFOBE you buy your
We are showing the best line of low
Shoes for Infant, Misses and Ladies
that we have ever had. Every pair war
ranted solid or we refund your money.
Infants and Childs Slippers ""from
65c. to 90c.
Misses from $1.00 to $1.25.
Ladies from $1.25 to $2.00.
These Shoes are in Black Vici, Tan
Vici, Patten Vici and Patten Colt, and
cut in all Styles, 1 2 and 3 Strap Sandals,
Oxford and Bluchers.
Yours for business.-J
JAS. E. HART
Get your Laundry in Tuesdaysr
We Need the Cash.
You need the goods therefore it should be an
easy matter for us to trade. We are now offer
ing the largestfstock of Merchandise.ever brought
to Edgefield at unheard of prices-very low prices.
Come let us show you our Clothing,' Shoes, Hats,
Dry Goods, Notions, etc. We have thc latest
styles with quality and prices right.
We Must Convert the Goods
into cash hence we are making some SPECIAL
PRICES that should interest the Edgefield Shop
Come to our store for Bargains in Brand
New Spring Goods.
ADVERTISER BUILDING, - - EDGEFIELD, S. C.
G U A RD ETK%
are the interests of our cus
tomers. We spare no effort
to make the store, the stock
and our business methods
worthy of their fullest confi
dence. We feel that we have
done so and believe others
will think so too, when they
see this stock of
DRY GOODS, CLOTH
ING, SHOES and HATS,
and ascertain the prices at
which wc sell.
???i. Favor us with a visit and
p|?$^t?$ &ive yourself the pleasure of
seeing the good things here.
?3. E. MAY.
HOLLAND BROS., .
Pianos, Organs and Sewing
Machines. Also the Oeci
lian Piano Player.
Call on or write us for
prices and terms.
NINETY SIX, S. C.