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"WEDNESDAY, AUG 23, 1905.
I Lee UL News. I
Mrs. W. P. Calhoun is spending
several weeks in Savaunah with
her sister, Mrs. Maner Lawton.
Dr. J. G. Edwards was called
to Abbeviilo, bis old bomp, by
telegram on Monday. He will re
The new crop of sweet potatoes
must be of superior quality. They
are bringing 30 cents a peck or
$1.20 a bushel cu this market.
When a woman goes bhopping
it takes her all afternoon ; when
she goes buyiug it takes her only
a few minutes.
Mrs. B. B. Joues, accompanied
by little Nellie, is in "Williston
this week beiug charmingly en
tertained by Dr. and Mrs. E. C.
Aiken's jail is.almost inadequate
to the demand. There are now 22
prisoners behind the bars, te.i
being under indictments for capi
Miss Annie DeNaha, a very
pretty young lady from Augusta,
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H.
G. Arthur at their hospitable
Mr. James T. Bacou left on
Saturday last to be the guest of
bis cousiu, Mrs. Spalding, at her
delightful home iu the mouutaius
^of Virginia, for a mouth or six
Mise Addie Thompson left yes
terday for her old home at Lena,
Hampton county. She was ac
companied by B. E. Nicholson,
Esq., who will attend to some im
portant l^gai business for her.
Mr. Ralph Jonef, wbo now
holds a-good position with the
Southern Express Company, is
spending this week with the home
jolks and is being very warmly
greeted by his friwuds.
Rev. P. B. Lanham, who con
ducted a very successful meeting
last week at Horn's Creek, spe'ut
rbur?day iu Edgefield. Rev. Mr.
Lanham is conducting a meeting
at Hardies church this week.
Married, on the 24 th of July,
by Rev. P. B. Lanham, at tte
home of the bride's father, Mr.
Calvin Hatcher, Miss Lizzie
Hatcher, of this sounty, aud Mr.
J. W. McDonald, of Mt. Carmel,
During last week the people of
this vicinity did not have to go to
ths mountains. The mountain
weather came to us. Blankets
were comfortable and last winter's .
cloaks were not too heavy in the.
Mr. J W. Peak is now in New
York turning the wholesale houses
up tide down in quest for fall
bargains for tbe Kacket Store.
He has been to the north so many
times tbat be knows just ,wherf
togo to get all of the newest abd
best things that are offered.
Hon. Wm. P. Calhoun received
a telegram on Friday last an
nouncing the advent of a little
daughter at the hom<? of Mr. and
Mrs*. Joseph Maner Lawton. This
little Georgian has many well
wishers in South Carolina, par
ticularly in Edgefield.
We announced last week that
Mrs. R. N. Bailey bad arrived to
spend some time with her mother,
when in fact she bas come to make
Edgefield, her first love, her future
bom**. This intelligence ie causiug
much rejoicing among ber friends.
Mr. Bailey will join ber in a few
Mr. W. I(. Turner returned on
Saturday last from his three
weeks trip in the northern mar
kets where he purchased a very
large stock of fall meichaudise
for tbe popular Corner Store. The
large cases and bales have al
ready begun to arrive. Mr. Turner
secured many bargains for his
PRESCRIPTIONS our special
ty. Wesolieit your Prescriptions,
dav or night.
WE GUARANTEE pure drug?,
accurate compounding, aud rea
W. E. LYNCH & CO.
When you need anew Buggy or
Wagon come to us. We boy all of
our vehicles in car lots from the
t>est manufacturers in the country
and are in a position to make
RAMSEY & JONES
.MILLINERY AT COST:
I am now offering all of my
summer millinery at cost, also ?,
beautiful assortment of Plum's
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.
Go to the planing mill for shiu
gie>?, no. 1 and no. 2.
FAULKNER & CATO.
Full linePa8se Partout Binding
10c. eacb. Mat Boards auy color.
VV. E. LYNCH & CO.
Try our delightful parched coffee
at 15 cte per pound. It will please
Ti M MON s BROS. j
To Cure a Cold in One Day. j
Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUIN-1
I NE Tablets. All druggist refund
tbe money if it fails to cure.
, E. W. Grove's signature is on each
box. 25c' i
Prof. WhitmaD, the Optician of
AugUBta, will close his office dur
ing the cooi th of August.
Mrs. H. G. Arthur returned a
few days ago after au extended
trip to Hot Springs, Ashville and
other points in North Carolina.
Six new etudants from the city
of Augusta have applied for ad
mission into the college for the
next session. The old students
will also return. This is a sph n
did showing for the South Caroli
na Co-Educational Institute.
On Sunday last Rev. Marvin
Auld aud Rev. B. R. Turnipseed
exchanged pulpits. The latter, who,
like the pastor, is also greatly be
loved in Edgefield, preached two
very able sermons, mornw% and
evening, in ourJMethodist church.
The Baptists of our town are
making extensive preparation for
the entertainment of the Edgofield
Baptist Association which con
venes, with the Baptist church here
on Tuesday, September the 5tb,
continuing in session for three
Mr. and Mrs. W. G> Reynolds
united with .the Edgefield Baptist
church on Sunda}- morning last
by letter f?O-n the Baptist church
at Albemarle, N. C. Mr. Rey noils
has succeeded Mr. J. L. Eddie
man as superii.tendent of the
Capt. ami Mrs. S. SI. Rice left
Monday lor a two weeks' stay at
Glenn Sprigg. Thn children will
pass the time at Trenton with
their grandmother, Mrs. S. A.
M?rrall, Capt. John B. Davis is
punching tickets in Capf. Rice's
The empty shelves aud tables
in all of the dry goods stores are
an unmistakable evidence of the
great volume of business that i?
done in Ldgefield. These same
stores a 'few 6hort months ag-)
were well filled with attractive
m^rhanaise. Very soon the re
filling for fall business will begin.
Hou. P. B. Maysou has sold
his thoroughbred bay horse to B.
L. Abney, Esq., of Columbia," for
the.sum of $300. He was gentle,
sty 1 ish and very fleet fooled. Mr.
M ny pon is a good judge of horse
flesh and will doubtless soon have
another one that will also be the
envy of an admiring public.
We have'received from the S.
C. C. I-, at Edgefield, a.ueat and
attractive "Catalog'of that institu
tion which reflects credit on the
management. Edgefieid should
bu proud to have in her midst one
with such energy and push. Much
success to you,:Mr. Bailey.-Salu
Mieses Elizabeth Hil! and Mat
tie Mins have returned from a
very pleasent visit to relatives at
Elberton, Ga. They were accompa
nied by their cousins, Misses Pau
line and Ellie Fortson, who are
visit iv g in Edgefield for their
first" time. 'I hese very charming
young ladies a-e the recipients of
much delightful social attention.
We have already served notice
on Mrs. Eleanor Bailey (hat she
had bnUer keep her stables lock
ed or some night when the moon
is not on duly we would transfer
her very handsome horte to our
own stable. Were we to drive
such a horse everybody would
know we stole it, for it is not
given to newspaper mortals tu
own such thoroughbreds.
Miss Rosa Lake is . spending
several weeks with ?elatives in
our town and county. She is city
missionary in Lexington, Ky., the
home of her adoption, where she
is doing a very wouderful work.
Miss Rosa gave a very interesting
account of her work at the meet
ing of the Ladies Missionary so
ciety at the Baptist church .on
Friday afternoon last.
The Kdgefield Public Library
is "being largely patronized. In
order lo meit the demand the
ladies who have all along worked
so faithfully for the library have
very recently added a number of
new books which are being eager
ly devoured by those of our ccm
munity who are fond of reading.
Call at the Public Library and
sea the new books.
FOR MAKING PICKLE : We
have just received a shipment of
Pura Five-year-old A-ppls and
White Wine Vinegar.
G. L.PENN & SON. .
On Clothing and Summer un
derwear ihe prices have been cut
very low at the New York Racket
ktore. Como while we have your
J. W. PEAK.
Your Prescriptions Solicited,
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
poundeis of prescriptions, there
fore have no hesitancy in guaran
teeing perfect satisfaction.
G. JJ. PENN ?& SON.
Have your pictures enlarged
free. For particulars see
C. E. MAY.
Let us fill your prescriptions,
We use only the beBt drug.
G. Ll PENN & SON.
Those who are gaining flesh
and strength by regular treat
should continue the treatment
In hot weather: smaller dose
anda little cool milk with It will
do away with any objection
which Is attached to fatty pro
ducts during the heated
Send for free sample,
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists,
409-415 Fearl Street, New York.
50c. and ?1.00 ; all druggists.
Mr. J.D. Holstein has joined Mrs.
Holstein at Hendersonville, N. C.
They will return on to-morrow.
Handsome young Dozier Lynch
has been spending a week in Ashe
ville.'N. V., where he found the air
crisp and cold, being quite suggestive
The public cotton weigher, Mr.
J. W.-Cheatham, is at his post
ready to weigh your cotton. The
new crop is already coming, iu
Capt. R. B. Caiu has been in
Edgefield and vicinity for several
days. He will leave to-day for
Asheville, N. C , to feast his eyes
upon the mountain scenery for a
Rev, T. P. Burgess, accompanied
by Mrs,.Burgess and the children,
will leave to-day for a stay of ten
days at Summerton, S, C., his old home.
He will not fill his regular appoint
ments for the 4th Sundaj in August
and the 1st ???mday in September.
Mr. J. R, Scurry, the efficient
steward of the County Home, be1
lieves in raisiug au abundance of
"hog and hominy" at home, con
sequently he does not plant much
cottou. From his four acres he
bas already picked and ginned
one bale and a large portion of
another bale has also been picked.
A good record this for so small
We wish that wc bad the space
to reproduce the splendid letter of
Hon. W. P. Calhoun which ap
peared in Sunday's Augusta
Chrouicle. He discoursed upon thc
fads and foibles of the present
generation; raised tbe lid and
exposed tbe baneful tendeucey of
modem maimers and stylo of
dress of young men and young
When a business man has a
position tobe tilled he never seeks
bis man" among tbope who fre
quent the grog shop, beer garden,
or among those who Bpend theil
evenings around the gaming table.
Aud all things else being equal,
he will always choose the young
man whose fingers are not dis
colored with ui3otiue-.
Mise Lizette Randall has
changed her name to that of Mrs.
Robert L. Robinson. This very
sweet young lady who is a favorite
wherever she is known, and grea!
ly beloved in Edgefield, was mar
ried on Thursday evening last at
the home of her parents, Col. and
Mrs. James R. Randall, to Mr. ?
Robinson, who is a ^ery exempla
ry young mau-one of Augusta's
leading insurance agents.
Rev. Mr. Burts has gotten down
to work since returning from bis
vacation just as though nothing
had bappeued. Aud as for Mrs.
Burts, who is youthful aud pretty
and accomplished, she is as much
beloved by our people as if she
Point and other furniture manu
lacturing centres of North Caroli
na to purchase a large lall stock
fur bis establishment. Mr. Joues
bas had large experience and
knows bow to buy to the greatest
advantage. After making hi's pui
uhases be will go to'Asheville for
several weeks of rest and recupera
The meeting which - closed on
Friday last at Stevens' Creek
church waB a glorious one. The
earnest and" faithful efforts of
Rev. Mr. McMillan, the pastor,
assisted by a number of consecra
ted laymen and laywomen, were
signally blessed. Tbere wnre
eighteen accessions to the church.
The ordinance of baptism will be
administered ou the sacoud Sun
day in September.
Mr. Robert Arthur, an Edge
field boy who is rapidly risiug iu
the business, world, bas baen spend
ing his vacation stason at the
home of his fnthei, MrH G Arthur,
Robert now bolds a lucrative po
sition in Augusta as a member of
the board of railroad inspectors
whoso duty it is to examine and
inspect all freight to see that it is
correctly weighed, classified, etc.
He ia at present stationed at the
depot of the Central of Georgia
railroad. We are always rejoiced
ut learning of the success ol
"Brelbren and sisterou, I had
demonstrated abtrusely dat de
Lord Sates a thiof-dat He is not
to be propigated by no offering,
therefo' I beg de pusson or pus
sans who stole yo' pastor's hog to
make no contribution at tho cir
culation of the offertory platter."
The colleotiou beat all pieyicus
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 beBt.
G. L. PENN & SON.
A little forethought ma y save
you no end of trouble. Anyone
who makes it a rule to keep
Chamberlain' Oolio, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy at hand knows
this to be a faot. For sale hy Ali
We carry a full stock of all
kinds of picture moulding and
can frame any size picture on
All Geuts', Ladies' and Misses'
Oxfords are now on the Bargain
Counter at the New York Rack
We nave a very handsome li nf
of Clothing, Hats, Shirts and
Neck Wear for men. Give us a call
Wo can please you.
C. E. MAY.
Mrs. Wade P. Cothran gave.a
reception last Friday night ip
honor of Mrs. James H. Tillman
of Edgefield. A delightful even
ing was spent. Saturday after
noon an elegant luncheon in honor
of Mrs. Tillman was given by Miss
Mamie Lou Smith. Mrs..Tillman
has many friends in this city and
received other attentions during
her short stay.-Abbeville Me
Our good friend Luther Bell was
in Edgefield ou Friday last re
ceiving the hearty band clasp of
his friends. Mr. Bell ?B now a
resident of Clark's Hill, and be
sides extensive farming interests
ho has hundreds of young fruit
trees that will ba a source of re
venue in a few years. A number
of farmers in and around Clark's
Hill are amassing fortunes by
groking fruit fur the'market.
One of the best evidences that
tba peoule of Cherokee county are
satisfied with prohibition, after
trying it for more thau a year, is
fouud in the fact, that in ch cosing
the successor uf a member of the
House cf Representatives who
resigned, only one candidate who
favored the dispensary offered for
the place, and he received a small
er vote thau any of the other three
candidates. This indicates that
prohibition is a success ju Chero
kee. Why not try it in Edgefield?
So great is the congestion of
Lhe crowd at the di?pensary on
Saturday afternoons that it is
impossible for the dispenser and
his assistant to serve them all and
require each oue*to sigu a requit.
There were about 500 blanks
signed on Saturday last and fully
75 persons had to go away without
their thirst being satisfied. The
eales amounted to $221. Hud all
gotten liquor who called the
amount w mid have buen about
Mr. J. M. Cobb received a tele
gram on Monday morning last
(rem Mr. R. A. Ballowe an
nouncing the death of his mother,
Mrs. Jordan, which occurred on
Sunday evening. Many of our
people knew this good woman
when she resided in Edgefield,
and will be greatly saddened by
this intelligence The deceased
was a very lovable woman and
her life waB one that wa-? made
beautiful by its deep piety aud
Mr.* Elijah Timmerman, who is
so universally esteemed in Edge
field, visited his friends hore on
Saturday last. Mr. Timmerman
now holds a good position with
the Greenwood c/;tou mill and is
spending a vacation of two weeks
with relatives and friends in the
Meeting Street and M elven dree
sections. He is oue of the kind
who never grows weary ?D well
pany is replenishing every de
partment, making ready for a
large fall business. Mr. A. A.
Glover, tho popular manager of
the furniture, venicle and house
fnrui?hiiig department on the
second floor, has placed orders
for a car of stoves, car of buggies
and two cars of furniture. The
iur:iiture will arrive ibis waek.
This mammoth concern is in a
position to handle all kinds of
merchandise in large quantities,
which is of great advantage to its
A terrapin tale: Sixty five years
ag.i a young mau who resides near !
CrobB Hill, S. C. caught a terra
pin and cul his initials and date
on the underneath front sido of
the ebel I, and turned it loose. A
few days ago the same individual
now au old mau caught a terrapin
in that vicuii'y and found his
initials and the date plainly
carved on the shell. The terrapin
had grown very little during the
bo years that in te'Ve ned. This
sounds loo much like a snake or
fish tale for the Advertiser to
vouch for it, ye. it is reported to
Wauled : One young mao who
is not afraid of work und of good,
moral habits-will pay reasonably .
good salarv. Apply at once to
J. W. PEAK.
Huts for men. The latest styles,
very nobby, just received.
C. E. MAY
For shelf hardware and carpen
ter's tools of all kinds come to oui
store. Our assortment is large and
prices wi'hin easy reach of all.
RAMSEY & JONES.
We have just received a full
line of Moulding lor Picture
Frames. So we can make frames
any size desired and at very rea
W. E. LYNCH & CO.
We have just received a ver>
handsome Hue of hats, for boys,
young men, and old men. Let us
show you. Correct shapes, Pricef
C. E, MAY,
Take Penn's Litters for the
liver. There is nothing better.
G. L. PENN & SON.
We are constantly replenishine
our stock of Jewelry, Cutlery aud
Silverware of all kinds. We carry
only reliable goods and want to
supply your ueeds. If we have uot
what you wish we will order it for
RAMSEY & JONES.
Tooth Brushes from 5 to 50
Ti M AI ONS BHOS.
Our embroideries aro the tah
of the town. Don't fail to see them
before you purchase.
0. E. MAY. .
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"Rythmic Ramblings 'in Battle
This is the title of a beautifully
printed booklet which contains a
number of poems by Rev. T. D
D. Clark, '"who was the beloved
pastor of the Edgefield Baptist
church in the eighties. As the ti
tle suggest?, most of these verses
-Braooth and rytbmic in meter,
beautiful in language and thought,
elevating and inspiring in tone
are written upon places and scenes
that are well-nigh hallowed to
many old veterans who followed
Lee aud Jackson in Virginia. Not
only friends who know and love
the author but many others should
place a copy of the poems in their
library. Mrs. R. H. Mims can
supply them at a small cost.
Death of Captain Clark.
In the death of Capt. Tillman
H. Clark Edgefield county loBt
one of her sterling; citizens. He
passed away at bis borne several
miles east of Trenton on Wednes
day and was laid to rest in Ebe
nezer cemetery on Thursday.
In his early life Capt. Clark
came to tho county seat from Sa
luda, studied law and was ad
mitted to the bar. lu the practice
of his profession he was associated
with Col. Joseph Abney. As a
Confederate soldier he was known
as the bravest of the brave, ren
dering four years of valiant service
At the close of the war he located
at Trenton, being one of the pio
neer settlers of that town. Capt.
Clark was modest and rot i ring in
disposition, but, withal, a man of
great depth of mind and strength
of character. For a number of
years be served the people of his
vicinity very efficiently as magis
trate, administering the affairs of
justice with an even hand. The
dfceased t/as a faithful member
of the Baptist, cbuich. He bad no
children but is survived by a de
voted wils wno is in ill health.
Just before the morning servicf-s
at Gilgal church on Suuday last
Mr. R. E. Morgan and Mies Bessie
Ouzts, both of our town, were uni
ted in the holy bonds of wedlock,
the words that made them man and
wife being pronounced by the
pastor, Rev. P. P. Blalock.
Those who witnessed the mar
riage of these two popular young
people have declared it to be very
beautiful indeed. Fouryoung peo
ple, friends and relatives of thu
bride and grocm, acted as attend
ants: Mr. Guthrie Morgau with
Miss Olena Pattison and Mr.
Ollie Ouzts with Mise Berlha Rey
Immediately after the ceremo
ny the bridal party left for the
home of the bride's parents, where
a sumptuous wedding dinner was
awaiting their arrival.
-The bride is the youngest aud
very lovable daughter of Sheriff
' at home'" to their friends at their
home on Jeter Street. The Adver
tiser extends sincere congratula
Unhealthy Kidney: Mate Impure Blood,
All the blood in your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
The kidneys are year
blood purifiers, they fil
ter out the waste or
impurities in the blood.
If they are sick or out
of order, they fail 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 is
over-working in pumping thick, kidney
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
lt used to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
but now modern science proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their begin
ning in kidney trouble.
If you are sick you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, ?he great kidney remedy is
soon realized. It stands the highest for its
wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
and is sold on its merits
by all druggists in fifty
cent and one-dollar siz
es. You may have a
sample bottlcby-mall Home
free, also pamphlet telling y
out if you have kidney or blad'
Mention this paper when writing
& Co., Binghamton, N. Y. '
Don't make any mistake^
nme m ber the name, Swanrl
Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swainp-Rog
?md the address, Binghamton,
Y., on every bottle.
TURNIP SEED : We have
received a fresh supply of al
the "popular varieties of Turn?
Seed. Wb'only buy the very best
seed that are grown. Let us sell
TIM MUN S BROS
Fresh supply of all kinds
sweet Crackers. Stop baking cal
this hot weather. We can soy
G. L, PENN & SOI
Bargains in matting. For
next ten days we will offer
precedented bargains in Matt
Now is the time for the .ladic
spread bright new matting
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE COMP.AJ
There is nothing better thar^
"White Star" Coffee. Have
tried it. Our teas are the^^iTo";
be bad. ??S*
G. L. P^N ? SON.
All Springend Summer Goods
are being/closed out at greatly
reduced/prices. We roust make j
room for Fall Goods. Bargains
ar,e-trow being hourly dispensed
al5 the New York Racket Store,
?\ J, W. PEAK.
IThe "Modern Method" system of J
high-grade tailoring introduced by 3
L. E. Hays & Co., of Cincinnati, O., I
satisfies good dressers everywhere, j
All Garments Made Strictly J
to Your Measure j
at moderate prices. 500 stylos of foreign S
and domestic fabrics from which to choose. 5
Ask your dealer to show you our line, or if
not represented, write to us for particulars.
I,. E. HAYS (Si CO.
Do you want a pretty picture
without money and without price.
Then call at our Btore. We are
giving pictures away-absolutely
T/MM?NS & COR LEY,
Appointments at Trenton
Crown and Bridge Work a Soecial
A Wonderful Saving.
The largest Methodist Church
in Georgia, used 32 gallons of L.
&. M. mixed with 24- gallons- of
oi, 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 used it 12, 14 and eveu 80
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 gallon. Sold by G. L. Poun &
We make a specialty of framing
Diplomas, odd size pictures etc.
Wc E. LYNCH & CO.
A large assortment of ail widthB,
colors and styles of Picture Mold
ing just received at
TheJjesh : 1U_cents- Sal mo?-on.-.
BUISTS TURNIP SEED : We
have ju?t 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.
FOR RENT: A five-room res
idence. Apply at the ADVERTISER
Fresh supply of
and in \
16 Reasons Why
You Should Send Your Sons and Daughters to the
s. c. c. I. .
Edgefleld is noted for its health-being situated in a high, dry, roiling'
Handsome new brick buildings with modern improvements and up-to
Extensive grounds-beautiful oak grove-ideal surroundings.
High-toned, cultured, Christian men and women compo?e the Faculty
. fourteen teachers, each a specialist.
Gaeateist care used in selecting- teachors whose personal influence ever
the students will be elevating. '
The President and tweh e teichers live in the building with the student!.
From the time students reach Edgefield until they take the trainier
their homes, they are under the watchful care and close personal atten
tion of the President and Faculty.
Kegular study hours morning, afternoon and night under the direot
supervision of the teachers.
High Standard-Thorough Course of Study-our work bear? cloie in
In competitive examinations for West Po.nt, Annapolis and other
scholarships, our students have always been eminently successful.
On account of our thorough Literary Course, excellent training indis
cipline and the general up-building of character morally and religiously,
our graduates are always in demand as Teachers, Stenographers, Book
Table supplied wiih good, wholesome and properly prepared food; ttn
teachers in dining room with student?.
li ec?use only a limited number of boarders is taken, thereby making it
possible for each student to receive personal attention of the Faculty, -
Only two students to each room in the Dormitory. Six students to each
table in the Dining Room. No crowding allowed in any of the Depart
ments of the Institution,
Because for fourteen years our school has been in successful operation
.uiider the same management, thereby proving itself worthy to ask fer
Notwithstanding the expensive Faculty employed, the wholesome sad
abundant table fare and the other home comforts, the charges are medi
?tW^or Catalogue and'Terms apply to P. N. K. Bailey, Preet.
Now is your time to save
money. Buy your Bleached
and Brown Domestics from
J. M. COBB:
New Fall Goods Arriving.
JONES & SON.
For the next few days we will
close out our entire stock of
Summer Lawns, Batistes, Thistle
Silks, Muslines, Piques, Lace
Lawns for cash at cut prices,
some less than actual cost. Come
early before the goods are all ~^
Yours for business, ^
JAS. E. HART
Get your Laundry in Tuesdays^
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
vJQRY GOODS, CLOTH
ING, SHOES and HATS,
and ascertain the prices at
which we sell.
Favor us with a visit and
$nf^?$ giye yourself the pleasure of
1^$0J seeing the good things her?,
G. E. MAY
For Fire and'Life
H=GO rr,0 SEEm
BEFORE INSURING ELSEWHERE.
^ii^?8^e represent the best Old Line Companies,
'^AUGHMAN 0 ?jARLING A GENTS.
AUGHMAN Qt MARLING /\GENTS.