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WEDNESDAY, AUG 9,19?5.
? L@<BZL NeWS- j
Mr. Frank Logan is at May &
Prescott's while Mr. Luke May is
at Glenn Springs.
Misa Janie Law is up from Au
gusta visiting relatives aud
friends in our county
Prof. Whitman, the Optician of ?
Augusta, will close hi? office dur
ing the moi th of August.
Mrs. J. W. Hardy and M?BS
.Elliott were-visitors at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Smith on
Mrs. Orlando Sheppard. Jr., ac
companied by her little sou, is
visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Orlando Sheppard, Sr.
Mis3 Kellah Fair left yesterday
for her old home at Beech Island
where she will be the guest of her
brother, Mr. Warren Fair.
Miss Ada Ballard, of Augusta>
waa the guest of Mra. W. H. Dorn
and Miss Minnie Lanham on
Saturday and Sunday last.
Misses Julia and Kate Mims,
- of Augusta, are among the visitors
within our gatos. They are the
guests of their sister, Mrs. R. .W
Miss Moida Hodges, a leadiug
light in the social firmament of j
Bates burg, is visiting her au ats,
Mrs. Victoria Evans and Misp
Mrs. M. E. Merriman, accompa
nied by her three sons, lett on
Saturday last for Orangeburg
where shu will make her future
Misses-Elizabeth Hill and Mat
tie Mims are guests of relatives)
at Lincolnton, Ga., this week aud
are receiving many delightful at
Miss Bessie Padgett, who has
been visiting relatives at John
ston, returned on Friday last, ac
companied hy Miss Hortense Pad
gett who will remain for a season
in our city.
Mrs. Susan B. Hill has gone for
a prolonged visit to her parents
who reside near Cleora and to
relatives in Abbeville. She will
be.greatly missed by her large
Mrs. Emma Miles, of Meriden,
La., accompanied by her beauti
ful and accomplished daughter,
.Miss Lucile, is visiting her broth
er, Mr. S. T. Williams, and other
: relatives throughout our county.
' The S. C. C L has 17 officers
and teachers engaged for the ses
. ; Bion which : begins Septemherrthe,
: 29fh?3!fiis faculty represeutB " the
very'best colleges and universi
ties in the United States.
PRESCRIPTIONS our 'special-1
ty. We solicit your Prescriptions,
dav or night.
: \VE GUARANTEE pure drugs,
accurate compounding, and rea
W. E. LYNCH & CO.
The buildings, equipments,
faculty, and course of study of the
South Carolina Cc-Educatioui ll
Institute will compare favorably
with the majority of the colleges
in South Carolina.
. Why send your son or daughter
away to college when you have
the South Carolina Co-Education
al Institute, which ranks among
the best colleges in the state, so
near to your borne.
The faculty enlarged for the
coming session of the S. C. C. I.
is a very strong one indeed, spe
cialists having been eugaged for
fcvery department. The salaries
paid these teachers are equal to
the salaries paid by a large num
ber of colleges in the state.
Master Carroll Williams, the
bright little sou of Mr. C. H. B.
Williams, is spending this week
at the home of Mr. aud Mrs. J. S.
Smith. Miss - Lillian Smith was
Carroll's teacher at Limestone
during the last session.
Have you seen the beautiful
dental parlors of Dr. J. S. Byrd
over the post-office. The floors are
covered with beautiful matting
and rugs, and upon the walls are
attractive pictures and diplomas
and certificates of merit. Jimmie
Let us fill you? prescriptions.
Only the best drugs are used, of
which we carry a large fresh stock.
For many years we have been com
pou ode-s of prescriptions, there
fore have no hesitancy in guaran
teeing perfect satisfaction.
G. Ii. PENN & SON.
Go to the planing mill for shin
gie-?, no. 1 and no. 2.
FAULKNER & CATO.
Full line Passe Partout Biuding|
10c. each. Mat Boards any color.
W. E. LYNCH & CO.
Try cur delightful parched coffee
at 15 cte per pound. It will please
Mies May Roper, the eldest and
greatly beloved daughter of Air.
and Mrs. J. H. P. Roper, is en
joying a prolonged visit to rela
tives at Trenton.
Hon. T. S. Sease, solicitor 0/
the seventh judicial circuit, has
been io Edgefield for several days
at the bedside of his brother-in
law, Mr. Jamss E. Caugbman,
who has been quite sick for sever
Mr. J. Davis May, the head
clerk of the dry goods establish
ment oflMr. C. E. May, is off on a
month's vacation. He will pass
the time with relatives and friend?
in Augusta, Modoc and other
Miss Tillie Youngblood has ar
rived to epeud her annual vaca
tion of one month with the home
folks at "Pine Hill." The visits
of this very lovable Christian wo
man are always a source of joy to
many admiring friends.
Mr. John M. Kuight, the genial
and versatile .editor of the Sumter
Herald, was in Edgefield on Sat
urday and Sunday last as the
guest of Mr. James T. Bacon. Our
brother's visit to Edgefield was
entirely too short.
That battle-scarred veteran,
Capt. James C. Williams, than
whom no resident of our county
is more genuinely esteemed, came
down to th~ mass-meeting on
Saturday last, which was his first
visit to Edgefield since Hon. John
Temple Graves lectured in Edge
field somb four or five years ago.
Sume of the politicians who
were loaded to the muzzle with
pro-dispensary ammunition on
Saturday, weie not given au op
port un itv to add their "me too" to
what had been already said. The
people were hot and tired, and
grew impatient and restive ev?u
before the duly appointed speak
ers had finished.
Mies Ina Hill has come in to
reside with Mrs. Lucy Durisoe.
She is a a very Bkilled mautua
maker, of which scor?s of ladies
in Edgefield are fully aware, and
has opened a sewing room at Mrs.
Durisoe's.'Those who have sewing
to be doue would do well to seek
We are deeply grateful to our
very kind friend, Dr. W. D. Ouzts,
f >r two nrates of very fine toma
toes. In size they belonged more
properly to the pumpkin family.
The supply was too bountiful for
immediate consumption, conse
quently Mrs. ADVERTISER canned
some of them for winter use, wheu
we shall again be reminded of our
On Suuday morning last Capt.
N. G. Evans and his little child,
Nathan George Evans, Jr., were
received into the Presbyterian
church, the ordinance of baptism
being administered to tho latter.
It. was indeed a very beautiful
aniJimpresBive scene, that of the
beautiful .little babe being bap
tized iii the strong arms of the
father, with the fond mother
standing at his side.
Mr. J. L. Addison, who is still
in the line of promotion for a per
manent position as conductor,
will for the present act as baggage
master on the Southern from
Edgefield to Aiken. Mr. W. A.
Collett who has formerly filled
this place very satisfactorily will
go to ^Columbia to accept an
other position with the Southern.
Mr. C. M. Rauton, a true and
loyal sou of old Edgefield c lUnty,
while out on his auuual vacation
came over to bear the pros and
cons of the dispensary question
discussed on Saturday last. Mr.
Rauton is now one.of the leading
salesmen of McCreary & Co.,
clothiers, of Augusta, and enjoys
a large patronage from this coun
. On Saturday last while in con
versation with a lady who was
seated in a buggy, we saw a great
heap of roses in the font of the
vehicle, and upon making in
quiry as to where such largp,
fresh, beautifully formed roses
were grown in mid Bummer, re
ceived the reply that they came
from tho rose garden of Mrs. J.
M. Cobb. Wo were greatly sur
prised to know that such roses
were grown from parched Edge
field soil under a scorching Au
gust sun. However, Mrs. Cobb
could grow "American Beauties"
in the burning sands of Sahara.
See my Bargains in Summer
Wash goods. Big cut in Drices.
JAS. E. HART.
fror shelf hardware and carpen
|'s tools of all kinds come to our
[re. Our assortment is large and
?es within easy reach of all.
RAMSEY & JONES.
!ll Gents', Ladies' and Misses'
>rds are now on the Bargain
titer at the New York Racket
[ave your pictures enlarged
For particulars see
C. E. MAY.
Full line of Household Paints,
Linseed Oil, Lead, Turpentine,
Varnish and Varnish Stains at
We like best to call
a food because it stands so em
phatically for perfect nutrition.
And yet in the matter of restor
ing appetite, of gb/ing new
strength to the tissues, especially
to the nerves, its action is that
of a medicine.
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Cbamlsts,
409-415 Pearl Street, Nsw York.
50c. aadji.oo; all druggist*.
Mr> G. P. Cobb, Jonston's lead
iog dealer io furniture and all
kinds of vehicles, was in Edge
field Tuesday on business.
Col. and Mrs. John R. Tomp
kins are expected to arrive in
Edgefield to-day from Harris
Springs where they have b??n
spending Beveral weeks.
Miss Nellie Ramsey, the daugh
ter of Mr. W. W. Ramsey, senior
member of the firm of Messrs.
Ramsey & Jones, has returned to
ber home in Augusta* after a de
lightful stay of one week among
us at the hospitable home of Mr.
and Mrs. B. B. Jones. By her
sweet and gentle disposition and
innate charm of manner this
young lady made many friends
while in Edgefield.
. At the recent Farmers' Institute
which was held in Edgefield some
one, who had grappled with nui
graes for years without extermi
nating it, asked Prof. Newman,
the agriculturalist of Clem -n
college, what was the best metnod
of getting nd of the peat. His re
ply was: "Nut grass is an inven
tion of the devil and you will have
to go to him to fiud out how to
get rid of it."
There is no one who passes in
and out among us who holds a
warmer place iu the affections of
our people than does Capt. R. B.
Cain. He spent the greater portion
of last week in Edgefield, being
accompanied by his brother,
Scott Cain. This was Scott's first
visit to our city since he was a
student of the S. C. C. I. five
years ago. It ?B needless to say
that he was very cordially greeted
by his old friends.
Anythiug and everything that
possesses genuine merit and worth
is much sought after. This fact
was amply proven by the great
number of purchasers who offered
when Mr. Ballowe expressed a
desire to sell his family horse.
The good qualitiep of this animal
had been observed and comment
ed upon by evorybody, consequent
ly many desired to own it. Mr.
Beauregard Timmons being the
first to drive a bargain, is the hap
py possessor of the Ballowe horse.
The dispensary was discussed
at a Baptist union meeting in
Edgefield county last Saturday
between W. J. Talbert, J. W.
Thurmond, and several ministers.
Mr. Thurmoi.d favored the dis
pensary. It is rather a unique
proposition to fiud a maj stand
ing up in the church and defend
ing the dispenaary because of its
revenue features, but this is ex
actly what Mr. Thurmond did.
"Tis true 'tis pity, and pity 'tis
'tis true.':-Bamberg Herald.
Mr. James B. Kennerly will be
some a knight of the grip on Sep
tember the 1st, traveling for a
large Chicago shoe house, and
Messrs. Dorn & Mims have em
ployed Mr. S- W. Williams, who
is now with the Edgefield Mercan
tile Company, to take his pla^e.
Mr. B. E. Timmerman has been
employed by the Edgefield Mer
cantile. Company a * salesman.
Mr. J. L. Cuthbertson has re
turned to his home in North Car
olina and Messrs. Timmons Bros.
have employed Mr. Tillman Har
ting, from Greenwood county, to
fill the vacancy.
H. P. Brown, manager of a large
mercantile company at Gourdin,
S. C., says that his little town has
been brought into prominence
through the agency of none other
than a negro woman, about 28
years old, who yesterday startled
that community by giving birth
to four children, all of whom at
last, accounts were living. The
woman ie the wife oi Louis Green,
who is to-day a much prouder mau
than a policeunn in a brand new
uniform. Mr. Brown remarked in
telling of the remarkable fact, that
if such ie kept up the labo; ques
tion in Gorudiu would be effect
ually solved-Florence Times.
MILLINERY AT COST:
I am now offering all of my
summer millinery at cost, also a
beautiful assortment of Plumes
have been cut down to absolute
cost. This is a very rare opportu
nity for the Edgefield ladies to
secure some great bargains.
MISS MARY BUFORD.
Pic turo Frames.
We have just received a full
line of Moulding ?or Picture
Frames. So we can make frames
any size desired and at very rea
W. E. LYNCH & CO.
A little forethought may .save
you no end of trouble. Anyone
who makes it a rule to keep
Chamberlain' Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy at hand knows
this to be a fact. For sale by All
Heinz's Baked Beans in cans at
We make a specialty of framing
Diplomas, odd size picture.- atc.
W. E. LYNCH & CO.
Tooth Brushes from 5 to 50
If you want the celebrated
Quaker Oats that are fresh-two
packages for a quarter-go to
MAY & BLALOCK.
Rogers & Gallet's celebrated
Violet Water at
j for Gasoline En
gines, Steam En
gines, Saw Mills,
Cotton Gins, Presses etc.
E. J. NORRIS,
Death of an Exemplary Citizen,
Who--Whether in Time of
Peace or War-Served
His Country Well. .
Captain Erasmus H. Young
blood is dead. On Monday morn
ing at his home at Winterseat
"the vital spark of heavenly flame"
became extinct on earth to shine
more gloriously, more resplendent
ly in that better land. His body
was laid to rest beside the graves
of loved ones in the Edgefield
cemetery on Tuesday at noou, the
services being conducted by Rev.
T. P. Burgess.
The long life of the deceased,
extending over a period of seventy
four years, had been well spent.
While eschewing publicity and
every phase of public life, yet he
was a positive force, a safe leader
and wi?e counselor, whether in'
peace or war.
When the strife between the
states resulted in a resort to arms
Mr. Youngblood was a cadet at
West Point- He immediately
came home and enlisted in- his
country's cause; for which he
fought for four long years, being
promoted to the captaincy of Co.
D 14tb S. C. His entire record
was one of distinguished gallantry
At the close of the war he
studied law and practised at the
Edgefield bar for some years, be
ing associated with Mr. Cicero
Adams. Later he retired td his
farm where he passed the remain
der of his life. Not only among
his neighbors and in his immedi
ate community has he beenhouor
ed and his real worth felt, but
when any crisis confronted our
county or people at large his
counsel aud co-operation were al
ways sought and cheerfully given.
lu the death of the deceased a
gallant soldier, sterling citizen,
consecrated Christian, faithful
friend and neighbor,, devoted hus
band and indulgent father has
passed from earth to heaven.
Capt. Youngblood married Miss;
Ellen Smith who survives him,
being also survived by two sons
and lour daughters. Mrs. Manly
Timmous of our town was hi?
youngest daughter, and was at
the beside of ber father during bis
illness and death.
The Doings of the Court.
The Court of General Sessions
con ve ned on Monday morning
with Hon. Ernest Gary as presid
ing judge, and with Solicitor Tim
merman, Stenographer McFeat
and the other court officials in
their respective places.
Upon organizing the grand jury
two members were disqualified,
Messrs. J. M. Mays aud John Hol
liday, by reason of not having
paid their poll tax. Both of the
gentlemen are school trustees and
thought they were exempt under
the law. Messrs. J. H. Johnson,
P. C. Stevens audD. B. Hollings-'
worth were absent. By order" of
the court fko foi'.. .-- T. g..
Smith, W. I
J. E. Minis
draw;: tc i\l
men c were
beting set f
J. L. Coi
tery of higl
house brea .
Ou R." UK.
of J. L. Corley, inrtioi.ov.
der, was called. The defendant
was represented by J. Wm. Thur
mond, Esq, and the state hythe
Solicitor. Tbis trial was finished
on Tuesday morning, resulting in
an acquittal of the defendant.
As we go to press on Tuesday
afternoon the couit is engaged
with the trial of Tom Smith, who
is defended by S. M. Smith, Esq.
There being a very h^avy crim
inal docket it is probable that the
entire week will be consumed in
We have just received a verj*
handsome line of hats, for boys,
young men, and old men. Let us
show you. Correct shapes. Prices
C. E. MAY.
. A large assortmen' of a!l widths,
colors aud styles of Picture Mold
ing just received at
The be?f, 10 cents Salmon on
the market can be had at
G. L. PENN & SON.
Take Penn's Bitters for the
liver. There is nothiug better.
G. L. PENN & SON.
We are constantly replenishing
our stock of Jewelry, Cutlery aud
Silvei ware of all kinds. We carry
uhly reliable goods and want to
supply your needs. If we have not
what you wish we will order it for
RAMSEY & JONES.
We have a very handsome line
of Clothing, Hats, Shirts and
Neck Wear for men. Give us a call
Wc can please you.
C. E. MAY.
Our embroideries . are the tais
of the town. Don't fail to see them
before you purchase.
Death of a Good Woman.
On Thursday last the mortal
remaiue of Mrs. J. D.. Mess were
interred in the cemetery at Barr's
Chapel, she having breathed her
last on Wednesday at her home
This good womau aud her hus
band, a most excellent citizeo,
who survives her, have ooly been
residents of our county for about
six years, having formerly lived
in Aiken. The deceased was high
ly educated, and posspRBiug the
Christian graces which were de
veloped to a marked degree her
life was beautiful. The three
children who survive her no lon
ger have their mother i" the home
but her boneficieut influence and
example is still with them and
will be felt to the last day of the
earthly career. Mrs. Moss wiil be
greatly missed by neighbors and
friends but nowhere will her ab
sence be felt more keenly than in
The hot dry wind has done
great damage to crops. The springs
and creeks are getting very low.
Mr. Georgo Quarles has dug a
well. He says that he now has
plenty of bread and water.
Mr. Marion Quarles has pur
chased a new buggy.
There was a large congregation
that attended the Grove yester
day. We were glad to see so many
of our friends from Parksville and
Modoc in the congregatiou.
Mr. Wash Hamilton of the
Grove community has been quite
sick for several days.
Mrs. J. H. Bussey has been on
the sick list for a week.
Mr. 0. J. Holmes is having a
new tenant house built.
Fodder pulling has engaged
some of our farmers for several
The chain gang has put our
roads in fine condition. If the
roads in Edgefield county JUK
prove for th9 next ten years as
they have in the last ten years
we will have good roads. If a few
of the hills were runrouud there
would be a great improvement.
Mrs. Dave Moss who has been
sick for a year died at her home
near Cleora last Wednesday and
was buried at Barr's Chapel on
Thursday. Rev. J. T. Littlejohn
conducted the funeral service.
Mrs. Moss leaves a husband and
three small children and a host
of friends to mourn her loss. We
extend our prayers and sympathy
to the bereaved ones.
Misses Carrie aud Georgia
Burkhalter, of Rehoboth, Mr. Ben
Glan ton, Miss Auna Johnson and
Miss Maggie Jones, visited Rose
Cottage last week.
The patrons of the Flat Rock
school are building a new school
house. The house will be a credit
to the commnnity. They have se
n An?* TJfortenBe Padgett of
?: -.;?:- !i- '.! ". . :ch the school for
*'.io y aar. We congrat?late
b i. . ?'. :? ?<. .ci patrons.
Hats for men. The latest styli
very nobby, just receiver1.
C. E. MAY
There is nothing better than our
"White Star" Coffee. Have you
tried it. Our teas are the best to
G. L. PENN & SON.
All Spring and Summer Goods
are being closed out at greatly
reduced prices. We must make
room for Fall Goods. Bargains
are now being hourly dispensed
at the New York Racket Store.
J. W. PEAK.
?-Si hen 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
RAMSEY & JONES
Three new brick buildings. Stearn
heat and electric lights.
Headmaster, four teachers and
Matron live in the buildings.
Sitiated on Woffor? Campus.
Students take a regular course in
College Gymnasium, and have access
to the College Library.
$115,00 pays for board, tuition, and
all fees. Sons of Methodise ministers
do not pay tuition. Next session be
gins September 20th,
For Catalogue, etc., address
A. MASON DoPKE,
H ead Master. Spartanburg( S. C
If your eyes are worth
having they are worth saving.
Do so with the right kind of
Geo. F. Mims,
GET OUR PRICES.
Complete Cotton, Saw, Grist, Oil and
Fertilizer Mill Outfits, Gin, Press
Cane Mill, and Shingle Outfits.
Building,Bridge, Factory, Furic
and Railroad Castings, Railroad, MU
Machinists' and Factory Supplies.
Belting, Packing, Injectors, Pipe
Fittings, Saws, Files, Oilers, etc. We
caat every day. Work 150 Hands.
Foundry, Machine, Boiler,
Press and Gin Works
f?t&~ Repa is Promptly Done
Loitefl Iron foils & Supply Go
The "Modem Method"" system of
high-grade tailoring introduced by
L. E. Hays & Co., of Cincinnati, O.,
satisfies good dressers everywhere.
All Garments Made Strictly
to Your Measure
alt moderate prices. 500 styles of foreign
aind domestic fabrica from which to choose.
Ask your dealer to shew you our Une, or if
not represented, write to us for particulars.
IL. E. HAYS (Si CO.
A Wonderful Saving.
The largest Methodist Church
iu Georgia, used 32 gallons of L.
&. M. mixed with 24 gallons of
ni, th us making paint cost about
$1.20 per gallon. They calculated
to use 100 gallons of other paint.
Saved ab out $80.00, and aso got a
big donation of L. & M. Dealers
gladly sell L. & M. because their
customers call for it, and say
they U8dd it 12, 14 and even 30
Don't pay 1.50 a gallon for lin
seed oil, which you do in ready
Buy oil fresh from the barrel at
60 cents per gallon, and mix it
with L. &. M. Paint.
It makes paint cost about 1.20
per gallou. Sold by G. L. Penn &
NOTICE OF THANKS.
I take this means of thanking
my friends for the very liberal
support that was given me in the
recent election for cotton weigher.
I shall ne^er forget the kindness
that was shown me.
W. L. HOLSON.
COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON
CHARLESTON, S. ff.
120TH YEAR BEGINS SEPT. 29TH
Letters, Science, Engineering.
One scholarship giving free tui
tion to each county uf South Caro
lina. Tuition $40. Boara and
furnished room in Dormitory $10
to $12 a month. All candidates
for admission permitted to com
pete for vacant Boyce scholarships
which pay $100 a year. For cata
logue, address^ ^
A Guaranteed Cm^jforJ2ile^
Let us fill your prescriptions.
We use only the best drug.
G. L. PENN & SON.
FOR MAKING PICKLE : We
have just received a shipment of
Pure Five-year-old Appb and
White Wine Vinegar.
G. L.PENN ?SON.
FOR SALE : One. ,60 Saw Gin,
10 Horse-power Engine,"one Press
that is operated by steam -all in
good condition. Will jell for a
bargain. Apply at this office or to
W. P. JOHNSON,
Edgefield, S. C.
On Clothing and Summer un
derwear the prices have been cut
very low at the New York Racket
Store. Como while we have your
J. W. PEAK.
BUISTS TURNIP SEED: We
have just received from the cele
brated Buist seed farms a full
supply of all varieties of Turnip
Seed, such as the Yellow Globe,
Golden Ball, Southern Seven Top,
Large White Globe, Yellow Aber
deen, and Improve dYellow Ruta
baga. It always pays to get the
best and nothing better than
these can be had. We always lead
G. L. PENN & SON.
Do you want a pretty picture
without money and without price.
Then call at our stora. We are
giving pictures away-absolutely
Fresh supply of National Bis
cuit Company's Crackers in bulk
and in packages.
We carry a full stock of all
kinds of picture moulding and
can frame any size picture on
Large assortment of tooth
G. L. PENN & SON.
Every housewife wants the best
Flavoring Extracts or none at all.
Remember that we are headquar
ters for Flavoring Extracts. We
sell nothing but the best.
G. L. PENN & SON.
Fresh supply of all kinds of
sweet Crnckers. Slop baking cakes
this hot wc a! h er. Weean supply
g' L. PENN & SON.
16 Reasons "Why
You Should Send Your Sons and Daughters to the
S. C. C. I.
1, Edgefield is noted for its health-being situated in a high, dry, roiliLg
2, Handsome new brick buildings with modern improvements and up-to
3, Extensive grounds-beautiful oak grove-ideal surroundings.
4, High-toned, cultured, Christian men and women compose the Faculty
fourteen teachers, each a specialist.
5, deafest care used in selecting- teachors whose personal influence over
the students will be elevating.
6 The President and twel\e teachers live in the building- with the student?.
7. From the time students reach Edgefield until they take the train for
their homes, they are under the watchful care and close personal atten
. tien of the President and Faculty.
8. Regular study hours morning, afternoon and night under the direct
supervision of the teachers.
9. High Standard-Thorough Co ;rse of Study-our work bears cloie in
10. in competitive examin?t?" i for West Point, Annapolis and other
scholarships, our students UL J always been eminently successful.
11. On account o' our thorough Literary Course, excellent training m dis
cipline and tu general up-buildmg of character morally and religiously,
our graduates are always in demand as Teachers, Stenographers, Book
12. Table supplied wiih good, wholesome and properly prepared food; ten
teachers in dining room with students.
13. Because only a limited number of boarders is taken/thereby making it
possible for each student to receive personal attention of the Faculty.
14. Only two students to each room in the Dormitory. Six students to etch
table in the Dining Room. No crowding all -ed in any of the Depart
ments of the Institution.
15. Because for fourteen years our school has been in successful operation
under the same management, thereby proving itself worthy to ask for
16. Notwithstanding the expensive Faculty employed, the wholesome and
abundant table fare and the other home comforts, the charges are moder
gjtrFor Catalogue and Terms apply to F. N. K. Bailey, Prest.
Now is your time to save
money Buy y ~*
and Brown Dc
Few Fall Gc^a Ainvjugi
For the next few days we will
close out our entire stock of
Summer Lawns, Batistes, Thistle
Siife^_Muslines, Piqu?s, Lace
Lawns for^asji at cut prices,
some less than actual cost. Come
early before the goo?s^ar^
Yours for business. J
JAS. E. HART
Get your Laundry in Tuesdays^
are the interests of our cus
tomers. We spare no effort
B?S??fiiS t0 ma^e tne store,tne stock
and our business methods
worthy of their fullest confi
dence. We feel that we have
done so and believe others
pi will think so too, when they
v 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
^?SM?VI g*ve yourself the pleasure of
r **T' seeing the good things here,
G. E. MAY
For Fire and Lif
?GO TO SEE;
O AUGHM AN 8L H ARLIN Cl
BEFORE INSURING ELSEWHERE.
We represent the best Old Line Companies.
CAUGHMAN o I I ABLING A GENTS.
AUGHMAN & nATlLING AGENTS