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? WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28,19?5.
Tuesday afterncon: We un
H .lock our forms while iu the act of
; going to press to make the un
speakably sad annouDcemeut of
tho death of Mrs. F. N. K. Bailey,
which occurred at three o'clock
the cause hoing appendicitis. Our
entire community is unutterably
shocked and sorrow stricken. We
will publish a notice at length in
oar next issue.
Mr. J, If. Allen spent Sunday
and Monday in Atlanta.
Kev. Marvin Auld spent Wed
nesday and Thursday of last week
. with hie brother in Greenwood.
Miss E-nily Beall, of Blythe,
Ga., is a guest at the home of
Mrs. Ida F. Sheppard.
Miss Nellie Jones, a very pretty
young lady fi om Ridge Spring,
is visiting her cousin M?BS Coy
Mrs. C. A. Brunson, of Aiken,
has been the guest of relatives
and friends in Edgefield for sever
al days. /
Mrs. James H. Tillman and
.nd pricccious litt'e Miss
< have joined the throng at
.r iris Spring.
Col. James H. Tillman return
( d on Monday "from Gainesville,
Fla., where he had been attending
court for several days as counsel
in au important case.
Mr. J. W. Reese has brought
us a plum curiosity. It is a five
inch section of the limb of a plum
tree that ?B "plumb" full of plume,
having thir;y-six on it.
Rev. P. P. Blalock, accompa
nied by little Miss Edward in a, is
attending the c%amencement at
Cedar Springs ana visiting rela
tives in and around Spartanburg
Mrs. Margaret Stevens, Mrs.
Emma Blocker and Mrs. J. R.
Blocker were among the visitors
to our city on Friday last. These
very estimable ladies are always
very cordially greeted by their
While Mr. J. M. Cobb is so
journing in Verbena, Ala., taking
a much needed rest and- vacation
'M?8B Emmie Cartlidge and Mr.
Allen Samuel are conducting his
business in a most excellent man
ner. He is very fortunate in being
al}" ;to leave his business in such
Mr. WY A. Byrd, the popular
^enp^rintendent ' of" education of
.:' i?dg?field cou o t y, ha s bee n cb osen
by CongrPssman>Patterson as a
member of th? examining "hoard
which will conduct the com : eti
;:: tive examination at Barnwell, on
July 15th$for the West Point
PRESCRIPTIONS our special
ty. We solicit your Prescriptions,
dav or night.
WE GUARANTEE pure drugs,
accurate compounding, and rea
W. E. LYNCH & CO.
The prophecy of last week's
ADVERTISER to the effect that
Edgefield's popular bachelor pas
tors were soon to show by their
.actions and lives that; they were
opposed to the celibacy of the
priesthood has been' half fulfilled
eveu earlier than we expected.
Now its up to Edgefield's lone
bachelor mi?ister as to whether it
shall be wholly fulfilled or not. '
Rev. C. E. Burts was unwilling
to leave his flock without a shep
herd while away upon his vaca
tion and honey-moon, so he han
arranged to have the Baptist pul
pit filled on the first Sunday io
July by Rev. V. I. Masters, of
the Baptist Courier, the second
Sunday by Rev. B. J. Woodward,
of North Augusta, and the fourth
Sunday by Edgefield's ov?n be
loved Rev. P. P. Blalock. Mr.
Burts will return early iu August.
So infested were the chickeus
of Mr. J. Trapp McManus with
mites that they quit laying, and
having seen a mite and lice killer
advertised in this paper by Mes
era Timmons brothers, he went
straightway and purchased some.
It was well applied and the chick
ens bouBed for a day. The hens
were so grateful for tho relief j
afforded by the medicine, it
baviDg killed every mite, that
they presented Mr. McManus
with fifteen eggs the first day.
And the old roosters gave thanks
by mounting the highest fence,
flapping their wings and crowing
loud and long. Your chickens
will rise up and call you blessed
if you will only purchase a little
mite killer ' from Messrs.
The ladies of Tienton and
Johnston, especially the latter,
have for years been very z alous
temperance workers. Not only
bave these Christian women of
every faith and ordnr banded
themselves togethor for the pro
motion of the cause of temperance
but they have also organized the
little folks and young people. On
last Thuisday this army of tem
perance workers, the Bands of
Hope of both Johnston and Tren
ton, wer? given a joint picnic at
Wards. The north bound Thurs
day morning's Southern train was
filled to overflowing with these
light-heaited and gay little peo
ple/Tbe Trenton Band was c hape
roned by Mesdames P. B.-Day J.
IX Mathis, -Wallace Wise, and
Jkpss Lona Tillman,
BfN ' ; - ? '? . .
July the.4th beiDga legal ho
day the banks of our town w
0. Sheppard Eeq , is in Colui
bia attending the Citadel coi
loencement and a meeting of t
b>ard of visitors.
The youth who stands with
glass of liquor iu his hands wou
do well to consider which he hi
best throw away-the liquor
Intoxicating drinks have pr
duced evils moro deadly, becau
more continuous, than all tho
caused to mankind by the gre,
historic scourges of war, famin
and pestilence combined.-Gla
Let there be an entire abs!
nence from intoxicating driu.l
throughout this country duri*
the period of a single gen eratic
and a mob would be as impossih
as combustioL without oxygen.
All Spring and Summer Gooc
are being closed out at great]
reduced prices. We must mal
room for Fall Goods. Bargaii
are now being hourly dispense
at the New York Racket Store.
J. W. PEAK.
Ensourage the ladies of tl
Edgefield Literary Club ID the
efforts to furnish Edgefield wit
a first class library, by attendit
the ice cream festival which the
are to give on the lawn of Mr. an
Mrs. B. B.Jones Thursday aft<
coon and evening.
The first bale of new cotton wi
marketed at Galveston on Mot
day, selling at auction for tbirt
cents per pound. This cotton w?
grown in Starr oouuty, Texas, au
is about seven days later than th
firet bale of last year.
Miss Mary Julia Rcper, wh
has made quite au enviable repu
tation as a trained nurse, has ai
rived from West Virgiuia an
will spend the summer at tb
home of Hon. and Mrs. P. I
Mayson. Early in September sh
will leave for New York.
I BOARDERS WANTED: Mn
J. B. Clotworthy has opened he
Cottage at the celebrated healt
resort, Hillman, Ga., for boarder
during the summer. Terms, $8.0
per week, or $7.00 if two person
occupy a room. Treatment an
"water are- free.
Quite a number of new volume
have been added to the Edgefiel
Public Library by the ladies c
the Edgefield Literary Clut
Among these new books will b
found "Sandy", the latest li .erar
production of Mrs. Alice Hega
Rice, of "Mrs. Wiggs of the Cal
bage Patch" fame.
MT3. P. B. Day, of Trontoi
was io Edgefield on Monday ac
companied by Miss Dorn, of At
lauta, a very pretty and attractiv
young lady who is the guest c
?ber. aunt, Mrs. E. . E. Mangel
^Mres Dnrn"is the daughter o? M:
A. W. Dorn, formerly ot thi
county, who married Miss Minni
After attending the summe
fchool for a fortnight, Miss Lue
Watson, who is greatly belove
wherever sun is knowu, bas re
turned to nor home for a few day
before leaviug for an extende<
trip to Clemson and Harri
Springs, thence to Oxford, Ala,
to visit r? latives. Soon atterre
turning M?BB Watson will tak
charge of a large school nea
After your spring house clean
ing beautify your homes by lay
iug pretty matting upon you
fluors. We carry a large stock o
Matting and Linoleums in * grea
variety of patterns. We invite thi
ladies to see our all-cotton carpe
at 35 cents pi r yard. It is beauti
ful and very desirable.
RAMSEY & JONES.
On Saturday last the board o
trustees of the Trenton Higl
School elected the followiuj
teachers for the ensuing session:
Mr. B. B. Hare, of Leesville
principal; M?3S May Harrison, ol
Trenton, Miju Julia Haltiwauger
of Edgefield, as assistants. Mr
Hare was private secretary to the
late Congressman Geo. W. Croft,
also of Hon. T. G. Croft.
Mr. H. Q. Adams, of Ridge
land, Beaufort county, a brothel
ot the late Thos. J. Adams, has
written Governor Heyward con
cernii.g the formation of a new
county from portions ol Beaufort
aud Colleton which is to called
.'?eyward county. This movement
first b<gau about four years ago.
Since that time the North Augusta
new county agitators are about
to appropriate the name ''Hey
ward". Certainly those who first
suggested or propose the name
are entitled to it.
A man by the name of Moon
got married, aud that was a
change in the moon; in due time
his wife preseuted him with a
daughter, and that was a new
moon ; then he went to town and
got busy for joy, and that was a
lull moon; when be started home
be had twenty five cents in his
pocket, ana that was the last
quarter; his mother-in-law met
him at the door, and that was a
total eclipse-he saw stars-Ex.
Conditions on the "Ridge" are
set forth as follows by the Monet
ta correspondent to The State:
"Peaches are plentiful in Rome
localities. The market juBt now
seems to have gone to pieces. One
man at Monetta got a return of
65 cents for eight crates of peach
es. To-day the writer got return
of 27 cents for four crates ; the
crates cost 15 cents each. Any one
can see how rapidly the fruit
grower gets to be a millionaire.
No water melonn or canteloupes
were planted for market in this
section. The blackberry crop ie
on ; so are fryiug chickens. Good
raine have lately fallen."
Fourth of July Excursions.
Account of fourth of July cele
brations the Southern Railwa\
tiULiouLceB very low rate of one
and one third tirst class fares foi
r?e round trip (minimum rate
fifty cants) from all points in
territory South of the Ohio and
Potomac and East of the Missis
sippi Rivers, including St Louis,
Mo. Tickets on sale July 1st, 2nd,
3rd, and 4th, with final limit July
8th, 1905. Tickets to be limited to
continuous passage in each direct
ion. For full information consult
ticket ageuts or R. W. Hunt,
Division PassHuger Agent, Char
leston, S. C.
Take Penn's Bitters for the
liver. There is uothiug better.
G. L. PENN & SON. .
Wost Point Cxdetship.
A competitive examination will
be. held at Barnwell on Saturday,
July 15th, 1905, for the nomina
tion of a Principal and two Alter
nates for appointment to the Uni
ted States Military Academv, to
take effect June 15th, 1906.
Applicants for the appointment
must be not under 17 and not
over 22 years of age, shall be not
less than 5 feet and 3 inches in
height or 100 pounds in weight,
and of sound physical structure
and entirely free from inherited
or contracted diseases and of good
J. O. Pattison,
Barnwell, S. C , June 19'h, 1905.
Georgia Cane Syrup and-genu
ine Ne?v Orleans molasses can be
DUNOVANT & CO.
Won "Pearl of Great Price"
Mr. Cleveland Covar, who for
several years has resided in Or
angeburg but is temporarily loca
ted in Edgefield, was married to
Mies Pearl Edwin, of Orangeburg,
on Suuday afternoon last by Rev.
The groom who has been known
in Edgefield from his early child
hood, is the youngest son of Mr.
Lewis P. Covar, and is an euerget
ic young man of steady, sober
habits. The bride is a very at
tractive and accomplished young
lady, the ' ghler of a prosper
ous merchant of Orangeburg.
Mr. Covar arrived in Edgefield
on Sunday afternoon's train with
his bride and will be aat home"
to their friends, at Mrs. Annie
r?olston's during their stay of
several weeks in Edgefield.
We make a specialty of framing
Diplomas, odd size pictures etc.
W. E. LYNCH & CO.
Nuisance Must Be Stopped.
Tying cows upon the streets and
sidewalks haB become a great
nuisance in some sections of our
town, and as a reBult much com
plaint has been made to the coun
cil. The place for cows is in the
lot or pasture and not upon the
streets, frighteuing'aud endanger
ing the lives of ladies and children.
Tbere is an ordinance forbidding
Fucb a nuisance, which is as fol
low? : "That any person who shall
hitch a horse, mare, mule, cow or
ox to any shade trf e which is on
the side walk, in the public
square or any street, or Bjiall hitch
to any railing or fence where there
is a side walk, shall for each and
every offense be liable to pay a
fine of not less than oue uor more
than twentv dollars."
We are authorized to state that
this ordiuance will in future be
We have a very handsome line
of Clothing, Hats, Shirts and
Neck Wear for men. Give us a ca.l
We eau please you.
C. E. MAY.
A Lecture to Fathers and Mothers.
The gentleman who have the
Bummer Behool in charge have ar
ranged for a series of lectures, the
first of which will be delivered in
the college auditorium on Friday
evening al 8:45 o'clock. On this
occasion Rev. H. R. Murchison,
the editor of The Southern Home
who has just accepted the call to
the Presbyterian church at Bish
opville, will speak to the fathers
aud mothers of Edgefield-their
dutieB as parents and patrons of
the public schools and colleges.
This address will be exceedingly
iuteresting and edifying and we
trust that the distinguished speak
er, who has delighted Edgefieid
audiences on former occasions,
will be greeted with, a full house.
We are frank to say that the pa
rents of our town need to bear
this lecture. Much will be said
tha^ will be of great benefit to
them. It will be free-do not fail
Try our delightful parched coffee
at 15 cte per pound. It will please
As the clock announces the
hour of ten this morning two
young hearts and lives in whom
many friends in Edgefield have
au abiding and affectionate i n te r
. st will be united in the holy
bonds of wedlock at the home of
the bride's parents at Longmires.
The groom, Mr. F. A. Moorer,
of St. George, S. C., is very highly
esteemed by the people of our
town who knew him intimately
during his career ad a student of
the S. C. C. I., from which insti
tution he graduated in 1902. He
is now a prominent and very suc
cessful young mercnaut at St.
The bride, Miss Ruth Fuller, is
the accomplished daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. C. C. Fuller. She is
universally beloved, being noted
for her grace and charm of man
ner and many beautiful traits of
character. She is also a graduate
of the S. C. C. I.
Hearty congratulations and
many good wishes from hundreds
of Edgefie'd friends accompany
this young couple as they embark
upon the matrimonial sea.
Pi o te ct the Bright Boys.
. An aged gentleman who resides
about a dos?**!! miles from the
county i-'eat, whose life and in
fluence have always led those
about him upward instead of
downward, said tous a few days
ago in discussing the mass meet
ing of Monday next : "I expect to
attend that mass meeting unless
I am providentially kept away. I
have five boys at my home, and I
will not live much longer, so I
must do what I can to remove the
temptation-liquor in all of its
forms-from them while I am
here. Tell those who are working
in the interest of sobriety that I
am with them heart and soul".
Are there not other fathers who
have bright and promising BOUB
in whose pathway the whiskey
devil is lurking, biding his time,
-who feel called upon to take a
decided stand against whiskey
whether it be sold by Ihe state or j
On Clothing and Summer un-j
denvear the prices have been cut
very low at the New York Racket
Store. Como while we have your
J. W. PEAK.
Farmers, let us sell you your
Groceiies and Plantation Supplies
We are in a position to make very
MAY & BLALOCK.
Re-Union of the Branson Brothers.
Capt. Joseph Brunsen has paid
bis annual visit of a week to his
brothers in this county, returning
to Iiis home in Aiken on Suurlay
last. A delightful feature of his
visit this year was the reunion
of the Brimson brothers on Wed
nesday last at the old home where
they were born and reared-now
owned by Mr. W. P. Brunson.
Seven of the eight brothers wer-i
present, Mr. N. L. Bruussn being
the on ly one absent. Such occa
sions as this, the coming together
of those who are near and dear to
each other, not only strengthen
the bonds of sympathy and affec
tion but have a sweet communion
about them r.hat is almost sacred,
a foretaste of heaven. May these
eight brothers, scions ef the Rev.
Dan iel Brunson of blessed memo
ry, who was a power for good
among men while in the flesh.and
whose influence still lives' in this
county, be spared yet many years
to their friends and loved ones.
All Gents', Ladies' aud Misses'
Oxfords are now ou the Bargain
Couuter al the New York Racket
Best Results From Drilling Grain.
The yield per acre of wheat and;
oats has been generally very un-:
satisfactory this year. The best;
yield that we have heard of was
400 bushels of oats from the
acree, which is 40 bushels
acre. They were grown by Mr.
Walter Samuel within the corpo
rate limits of Edgefield a
thrashed, by Mr. John B.
week. The "oats in quest:
drilled in.cotton land
and, besides the use of some
yard manure, they had about fif
teeu bushels of cotton seed ap
plied pur acre. In a conversation
some time ago Dr. ^W. D. Ouzts
told us that he ai ways made a
good average oat crop, seldom
having them thinned out by the
cold, and he attributed it to th
fact ihat he always drilled them
He plants his grain with au o?
dinary guf".^. distributer and o
tains v ' satisfa?.
Repeated failures, re
the old way of sowing
cast, have proven
that it is scarcely wo
plant oats unless the}
put in wi'h a drill
Freeh supply of National Bil
cuit Company's Crackers in bul
and in packages.
TIM MON s BROS.
Ladies of Literary Lore Entertain,
For several years it bas been
the custom of the members of the
Edgefield Literary Club to dis
continue their meetings and
course of study during the heated
term. Several months ago it was
decided that the last regular meet
ing should be an mformal social
meeting, which was held at the
elegant home of Mrs. A. E. Pad
gett on Friday afternoon last. A
very attractive musical program
had been arranged, and after it
was completed all who were pres
ent took part in the "Tea Test'',
a contest which was very novel
and exciting. The pr.ze, a beauti
ful opal pin, was won by Mrs. R.
H. Mime. Delightful frozen fruit,
ices and cake were served by the
very gracious hostess wt o amply
sustained nu this occasion lier
reputation for beautiful hospitali
ty and lavish enlertiiiiimet.it.
The regular meetings of the
literary club wi J] be resumed ear
ly in Sept em ber as heretofore.
Several business meetings per
taining to the library will be held
during the summer
SCOTT'S EMULSION won't make a
hump back straight, neither will it make
a short leg long, but it feeds soft bone
and heals diseased bone and ls among
the few genuine means of recovery In
rickets and bone consumption.
Send for free sample
SCOTT & BOWNE, ChemisU,
?.OQ-415 Pearl Street, New York.
soc 4nd ??iooi all druggisto.
The best 10 cents Salmon 011
the market can be had at
G. L. PENN & SON.
Our stock of Uudertab r's Sup
plies is complete. We carry all
sizep, styles and grades of casket?
and cofh'nB. Our caskets finished
in plush and broadcloih are very
handsome. We stand ready t;>
serve you eil her day or night. Our
hearse repponde promptly to all
RAMSEY & JONES.
Compulsory Vaccination Ordinance
I BE JT D?DAINED by tbs town Coun
cil of Edget?eld in due session assem
bled,.the 2nd dav of June 1905, Timi
in pursuance of an Act of the Genera!
Assembly, No, 434, approved the 22nd
day of February A. D., 1905, ent'tled
"An Act authorizing the passage ot
ordiances by incorporated cities and
towns, and the promulgation of rules
and regulations by the State Board of
Health, to enforce and compel the
vaccination and revaccination of
citizens and residents of che State of
3outh Carolina; and prescribing the
duties of certain officials and persons
to that end, and providing certain
penalties for failure, refusal or neg
leet to comply with che provisions of
same," and such other laws governing
SECTION 1. That all citizens and
residents of the town of Edgefield be
vaccinated and revaccinated with
fresh bovine virus under the direc
tion of the health authorities of said
town or of some competent
physician appointed for that purpose,
except such persons as may obtain a
certificate of a reputable physician
that vaccination would be dangerous
SECTION 2.~That such vaccination
and revaccination shall be made with
in the first year, and during the sixth
and fifteenth years of the age of such
residents and citizens, and tbat all
residents and citizens who have never
been vaccinated, or shall be expos?e,
or are likely to become exposed to
small pox, shall be vaccinated forth
with: Provided, that indigent and
and pauper persons bhall be vaccina
ted and revaccinated at the expense
of the town.
SECTION 3. That for neglect or re
fusal to obey the provisions of the
ordinances herein, such person or
persons shall be quarantined in such
manner and under such conditions as
the .health atthtrity of the town
or some competent physician
duly appointed may direct.
SECTION4. No superintendent of
my institution of learning, and no
school board or principal of any school
io this town shall admit as
a pupil any child or person who can
net produce satisfactory evidence of
having been vaccinated as required in
sectiou 2, and it is hereby made the
ducy of every parent, gardian or other
person charged with the care of or re
sponsibility for any child to see that
such, child is vaccinated as often as re
quired by Section 2.
SECTION 6. That any officer or per
son who shall i eglect or rel use to
comply with the provisions ol' these
ordinances shall upon conviction be
tined a sum of one hundred dollars, or
to be imprisoned for thirty days.
C. E. MAY, Mayor,.
A.A. GLOVER, Clerk.
for Gasoline En
gines, Steam En
gines, Saw Mills,
[Cotton Gins, Presses etc.
E. J. NORRIS,
Full line Passe Partout Binding
10c. each. Mat Boards any color.
VV. E. LYNCH & CO.
Sauer's Flavoring Extracts-all
MAY & BLALOCK.
j? Heinz's Baked Beans m cans at
gie*, no. 1 and no. 2.
FAULKNER & CATO.
n't forget that for strength
and finish no buggy goes
Hi the road ahead of the Golds
?DGEFIELD MERCANTILE Co.
wyou want an Iron Cot with
?rJ|og and mattress you should
?|??|?iose for sale by The Edge
?W& keep Leggett's Celebrated
HPfcSg!" Extracts and high
nued Goods. .There is
better on the market.
j Wo sell the celebrated Blue
itibbon Springs for beds and
guarantee them for five years.
I?DGEFIELD MERCANTILE COMPANY.
;Fresh Oatmeal, Force and Grape
There is nothing better than our
"White Star" Coffee. Have you
tried it. Our teas are the best to
G. L. PENN & SON.
Our embroideries are the tala
of the town. Don't fail to see them
before you purchase.
C. E. MAY.
No child is happy who is not
pushed in a Go-Cart bought from
The Edgefield Mercantile Compa
We can sell you enough of the
celebrated Neal's Carriage Paint
for 75 crnts to paint your buggy.
nUNOVANT & CO.
We carry a full line of al'
kinds of Paints, also Lead, OJ
and Terpentine. Large assortment
G. L. PENN & SON.
The "Modern Method" system of
high-grade tailoring introduced by
L. E. Haye & Co., of Cincinnati, O.,
satisfies good dressers everywhere.
All Garments Made Strictly
to Your Measure
at moderate prices. 500 styles of foreign
and domestic fabrics from which to choose.
Ask your dealer to show you our line, or if
not represented, write to us for particulars.
L. E. HAYS (Sb CO.
Your Prescriptions Solicited,
Let -is fill you. prescriptions.
Only the b^st drugs are nsed, of
vvhicb we carry a large fresh stock.
For many years we have been com
pouudeisuf prescriptions, there
fore have no hesita ney in guaran
teing perfect satisfaction.
G. L. PENN & SON.
JAS. S. sr RD,
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
Jj?gyOHice over Post-Office.
We want every housewife in
this vicinity to know that we pay
especial attention to our Fancy
Grocery department. A complete
line of th8 choicest canned goods
can always be found at our store
If we haven't what you want we
will order it foryou.
MAY & B LALO CK.
Ladies should call at our store
and examine the stock of Novojo
and Smyrna Rugs. We have them
in animal and floral designs,
EDGEIFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
Our cigars are already the talk
of the to wn. This market offers
nabing better than a "Saborosa"
"Jefferson" or a "Bill Dugan" ci
gar. Try them.
MAY & BLALOCK.
FreBh supply of all kinds of
sweet Crackers. Stop baking cakes
this hot weather. We can supply
G. L. PENN & SON.
Why worry with flies when you
can buy Wire Doors at $1.20 and
$1.40, and Windows at 75c from
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
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 iu a position to make
_RAMSEY & JONES
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.
Young 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
double also Iron Cribs. Spring and
mattress to fit.
EDGEFISILD MERCANTILE COMPANY.
If you want the celebrated
Quaker Oats that are fresh-two
packages for a quarter-go to
MAY & BLALOCK.
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 goodB and want to
supply your needs. If we have not
what you wish we will order it for
RAMSEY & JONES.
Don't forget you can get Lino
leum 6 feet wide in floral and
?Tiling effects from The Edgefield
Haye; your pifi/Vcire?-"^Bfflfc
?reeT For'pa'ftVcl?lars see -
C. E. MAY.
Full line of Household Paints,
Linseed Oil, Lead, Turpentine,
Varnish and Varnish Stains at
Don't forget to* examine our
Btock of harness when you need
anything in that line, you can
always find all parts of harness
EEGEFIELD MERCANTILE STORE.
We have just received a full
ine of Moulding for Picture
Frames. So we can make frames
any size desired and at very rea
W. E. LYNCH & CO.
iWomem as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis?
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigoi
and cheerfulness soon
disappear when the kid
neys are out of ordei
Kidney trouble ha:
become so prevaled
that it is not uncommor
for a child to be borr
p afflicted with weak kid
neys. If the child urin
ates too often, if th?
urine scalds the flesh or if, when the chile
reaches an age when lt should be able tc
control the passage, it is yet afflicted witl
bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause o:
the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the firs
step should, be towards the treatment o
these important organs. This unpleasan
trouble is due to a diseased condition of th<
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit a;
most people suppose.
Women as well as men are made mis
erable with kidney and bladder trouble
and both need the same great remedy
The mild and the immediate effect o
Swamp-Root is soon realized, lt is soli
by druggists, in fifty
cent and one dollar i
sizes. You may have a |
sample bottle by mall
free, also pamphlet tell
ing_ all about it, including many of thi
thousands of testimonial letters recelvei
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilme
St Co., Binghamton, N. Y.f be sure aro
mention this paper.
Don't make any mistake, bu
ememb er the name, Swamp
Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rooi
and the address, Binghamton, N
Y., on every bottle.
Hom? of 8ramp-Root
WHAT IS STYLE ?
It is the fashion of to-day?
For examples of it, see the
best dressed men in Augusta
and Edgefield. They show
what our clothing can do for
The "Morning Coat" has
now put the time-honored
frock coad into the camphor
This garment adds dignity
to a young man and gives a
youthful look to the older
FRUIT <f ARS
JONES & SON.
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 mone;
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,
(Tours for business,
OAS. E. HARTS
Get your Laundry in Tuesdays,
I rind that for this season of the year I have entirely
TOO MANY SPRING GOODS. I bought too heayvil.
Now they must go.
In order not to carrs over any SPRING CLOTHING,
SHOES, HATS, PANTS, UNDERWEAR, DRY
GOODS and NOTIONS I have cut the price on these
^goeds. They must be moved out at once. This mean?
^kftdwypostomers who come first will get the cream of my
large stock at
[fl^g^Come and see for yourself.
ADVERTISER BUILDING, - -
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 we sell.
Favor us with a visit and
give yourself the pleasure of
seeing the good things here.
Laces and Ribbon