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J. L. M IMS. - - - - EDITOR
ONE YEAR $1 50
SIX MONTHS 75
WEDNESDAY. J?N. 3, 1906
every business man-in Edgefield
should, as be stands upon the
- threshold of the. new year, ask
himself this question : What can
I do to advance the m a tm ia! in
terests of thvsc immunity in 1906?
It is now evident why Florence
county refused to vote out the
dispensary-her people love "corn
and rye" too weil to cast, their
ballots against it. The sales of the
Florence dispensary aggregated
$1700 on Christmas-eve.
Lawyers, as everybody knows,
. are not in the habit of rendering
service for nothing. Then,* who is
. paying the attorneys who have
busied themselves with keeping
the dispensaries open? The -dis
pensary officials have no funds
L om which they can legally draw
for this purpose.
The General Assembly of South
Carolina* will convene ou Tues
day next. And because, of the
nrauy important matters that
roust be disposed of, the delibera
tions" of the approaching session
will be more closely watched than
has the work of a y previous ses
sion for a number of years.
But for the demoralized condi
tion of labor, the outlook for the
farmen?. of Edg*;field county ie
brighter for the year that lies be
fore us than it probablj bas been
"since the war." The wise prudent
farmer, however, will not be car
ried off his feet by this prosperity
and enter into reckless extrava
gance, but will, on the contrary,
lay his plans as cautiously a3 if it
were a difficult matter to make
both ends meet.
Contrary to the wishes ot the
poople of Edgefield county, as ox
pressed at the ballot box, the dis
pensary is still doing business.
Upon petition of J. A. Weir, pre
sented by attorneys S. M. Smith,
Jr., and Bellanger & Welch, Chief
Justice Pop? issued au injunction
. on .December the 22nd restraining
the county board from closing fhe
dispensary, pending the hearing
that is to be had on January the
Tnt year 1905 with its joys and
sorrow?, smiles and tears, success
es and failures, opportunities im
proved and opportunities neg
lected, has passed into history.
Not one moment can be recalled;
not one day lived over again. Foi
this reason alone, if for no other
let us "improve each shining
hour" of 1906. Besides promoting
our own interests, let us do all the
good we can to the greatest num
ber that wo can, for we do not
pass this way but once.
The law prohibiting cock fight
ing within three miles of a church
or chartered institution of learn
ing should be so amended as to
prevent this cruel and barbarous
aport-if such lt oan be called
within the borders of the state.
The people who are not so fortu
nate as to have a church or school
in their midst should also be pro
tected from the demoralizing in
.fluences o'f such contests. The one
that was held near Rock Hill a
few days ago. in spite of the pro
tests of the decent, law-abiding
people of the community, was a
disgrace to the entire state.
Mr. John C. Caughman Has Htd
an Investigation Made Which
Show? That Salada County
In the presentment that the
Saluda grand jury made at the
November term of court, it was
alleged that the former treasurer,
. Mr. John^C. Caughman, was short
in his accounts to the amount of
$2,105,26. Mr. Caughman, than
whom there is not a more honest
or honora bl - man in South Caro
lina, knowing, that he had not
used or misapplied a dollar of the
people's money, set about to have
ft thorough investigation made by
employing Mr. J. 3. Haitiwanger,
who is unquestionably endowed
with very decided mathematical
Mr. Haitiwanger secured 'data
from the Comptroller General's
office and from the records of
Edgefield county that were made
at the time of the settlement be
tween this county and Saluda
county-when the lacier was
formed-and went to Saluda to
locate the error in the grand
.jury's presentment. From the
record and facts, which he can
establish beyond any doubt, Mr.
Haitiwanger-found that instead
of Mr. Caughman owing Saluda,
the coeoty is due bim $298. We
inuit and believe that the matter
will: be satisfactorily adjusted,
e*toaerating this gallant old Con
federate -veteran, who is greatiy
honored .and trusted wherever he
An Exceedingly Beautiful Horns
Mr. John K. Allen has set an
example worthy of emulation by
bisN bachelor brethren of Edge
field : He aud Mrs. Eva Lewis wore
quietly married at the beautiful
country home of the latter at high
noon OD Wednesday, December
the 27th. Though quiet this was
easily the moat delightful home
wedding that has occurred in our
county for many, many years.
That proverbial, old-time Stevens
Allen hospitality and good cheer
like unto which there is none
other-was all-pervading, and
permeated the very atmosphere on
Only the near relatives and a
few close personal friends of the
contracting parries were present.
And after congratulations and
good-wishes were said all gathered
around the festive board which
was bountifully supplied with the
wholesome, substantial dishea as
well as the daintiest delicacies.
Rev. R. W. McMillan, the pastor
of Stevens Creek cburch, was the
It is rumored that Mr. and Mrs.
Allen will, make Edgefield their
future heme. Heaven grant it! The
people of our town stand with open
hearts and out-stretched arms to
Beautiiul Marriage of Two Widely
Beloved Young Poople.
The one, all-absorbing social
event of the ?festivo season that
has just closed wai the marriage
of Miss Ellamays Allen aud Dr
John Gibson Edwards in th?
Edgefield Baptist church on Wed
nesday even lug, December the
27th So eager were hundreds of
relatives and friends to witness
the plighting of the troths of
those popular and widely beloved
young people that they began to
assemble in the church early after
nightfall. As they waited for th?
arrival of the bridal party they
feasted their eyes upon the beau
tiful decorations of ferns, palms,
roses and Southern smilax, that
bad by loving hands been taste
fully arrauged about the altar aud
interior of the building.
Thu handsome young ushers
Messrs. Jack Hill and Jos Hol
land, cousins of the . bride, seated
the large assemblage without the
least difficulty or eon fusion. Upon
the arrival of the bridal party,
peals of Mendelssohn's wedding
march resounded softly from the
organ, over which Mrs. John R.
Tompkiua, a cousiu of the brid*,
Tho attend^1 , entered in the
following order : Miss Julia Hai
ti wanger with Dr. S. A. &5orrall,
Miss Nellie Hill with Mr. S. W.
Williame, Miss Grace Tompkins
with Mr. B. Cautelou, Miss Ruby
Glover with Dr. A. H. Corley,
Miss Nellie Edwards with. Dr. B.
L. Allen; next came Mrs. Eva
Quattlebaunt and. Miss Earline
Allen, matron and maid of honor,
[respectively. These were followed
by the brice on the arm of her
brother, Mr. J. Horde Allen, and
the groom on the arm of his best
man, Mr. J. E. Mims. The bride
and groom took their position in
front of Rev. C. E. Burts who with
appropriate and impressive words
pronounced them man aud wife,
invoking Heaven's blessings upon
this union of hearts, and hands.
Miss Allen, who is talented,
beautiful and lovable to the high
jest degree, is a worthy descendant
! of one of Edgefield's oldest and
! most aristocratic families, while
I Dr? Edwards, now a rising young
physician of Edgefield, is a repre
sentative of one of AbbeviJJe's
foremost families, one that has
ooen noted for its intellectual ity
and superior culture throughout
The ante-nuptial reception that
was tendered the bridal party by
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lott on Tues
day af'emoon was a delightful
feature of the Alleu-Edwards mar
riage, and was thoroughly enjoyed
by all who wore so fortunate as to
be honored with invitations.
The very numerous presents of
I cut glass, silver, paintings, china,
handsome pieces of furniture, etc.,
are tangible evidences of the high
esteem in which the bride and
groomjare held at home and abroad
On the morning following their
marriage Dr. and Mrs. Edwards
departed for Abbeville to spend
some time with the former's moth
er and" ot her relatives.
Graphic Description of The Graf*
toa-Bsxley Marriage, Frem The
Pea of One Who Wa* Pres
The most notable event of
Christmas week in the Morgana
section of Edgefield county was
the marriage on Wednesday morn
ing, December 27th, at Dothan
Methodist church bf Miss Lucy
B. Crafton and Mr. John B..Bax
ley of Waynesboro, Georgia. The
church had been.tastefully decora
ted for the occasion by young men
a?d- maidens, neighbors of the
bride, with lovely ferns, holly and
other greens, and presented a fes
The bridal couple eu tarred to
the sweet strains of Mendelssohn's
wedding march, rendered by Mis
Eunice Horton of Savannah, and
stood before the altar. The ceremo
ny was performed in an impres
sive manner by Rev. Dr. Rivers
f Augusta, during which ''Hearts ?
iud Flowers" softly pulsat edjrom
As the bride and groom left the
church, the joyous strains of?
Lohengriu filled the air and thrill
ed the hearts of the kindred aud
friends present with congratula
?ions and "good wishes for the
The bride's dress was fashioned
of soft, tan-colored tamise, trim
med with silk and lapp, with which
ah* wore white gloves aud hat. Th??,
going away gown was of green j
cloth with toque to match.
followed at the hospitable home I
of Mr. P.M. Market, brotbeiMn?
law of the bride, after wb-'ch Mr,
and Mrs. Boxley left for a visit of
several days at Haphjiiba, Ga.
A number of elegant prespnls
testified to 'he esfeem and sfftc
tion in which the coir are held
by a wide circle of friends.
The guests froni a dietanc? were
Mr. aud Mrs.- Kilpatrick and Mr.
and Mrs. James Baxley bf Hepb
ziba, Ga., Mies Eunice Horton, of
Savannah, t?a., Mis?es Lula and
Kemper Crawford, Saluda, S. C.,
Mrs. S. M. Davis ana two sons,
Ninety Six, S. C.. and Mrs. John
C. Bailey, Mr. Charles R. Bailey
and Miss Lauca Bailey, Greenville,
Mr. and Mrs. Baxley will be at
hornero their frien ls after Janua
ry 1st at Waynesboro, Ga.
Forced to Starve.
B. F. Leek, of Concord, Ky,'
says: "For 20 years I suffered;
agonies, with a sore on my upper
jip, so painful, sometimes, tbatlj
could net eat. After vainly trying
everything else, Loured it,*with.;
Ruction's Arnica Salve." It's!
great for burns, cuts and wounds.
Only 25c at G. L. Peon & Son \V.
E. Lynch & Co.
A. A. Welle, M. P.Weils, J. M.
Mays, P. B. Mays, J. L. Hart, S:
W. Williams and Hamp Smith arts
now using Mitchel I and Oweusboro
Wagon*. Ask them about their
weak point before buying.
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE Co.
A Surprise Parly.
A pleasant surprise party may
be given to your stomach aud
liver, by taning a medicine which
will relieve their pain aud dis
comfort, viz: Dr. King's New Life
Pille. They are a most woudrrful
remedy, affording sure relief and
cure, for headache, dizziness and
constipation. 25c at G. L. Penn
t Son W. E. Lynch & Co.
A Jamaican Lady Speaks Highly
of Chamberlain's Cough Rpmudy.
Mrs. Michael Hart, wife of the
superintendent of Cart Service at
Kingston, Jamaica, West Indien
Islands, says that elie has for
some years used Chambei Iain's
Cough Remedy for coughs, croup
and whooping cough and has
fouud il very beneficial. She has
implicit confidence in it and would
not be without a bottle of it in
her home. Sold by G. L. Penn &
Sou and Medicine Dealers.
Fresh supply of Lowuey's Can
dies in packages and bulk.
Bent Her Double.
UI knew no one, for four weeks,
when I was sick with typhoid and
kidney trouble," writes Mrs.
Annie Hunter, of Pittsburg, Pa.,
"and I got better, although I had
one of the best doctors I could
get, I waa bent double, and had
to rest my hands on my knees
when I walked. From this" terrible
affliction I was rescued by Eelec
tric Bitters, which", restored .my'
health and strength, and now I
can walk as straight as eve rr They
are simply wonderful.1" Guaran
teed to cure stomach, liver and
kidney disorders; af G. L. Peun &
Son W. E. Lynch rfc Co.
Go to the planing mill for shin
gles, no. 1 and no. 2.
FAULKNER & CATO.
The Diamond Cure.
The latest news from Paris, is,
th.at ?they have discovered a
diamond cure for consumption. If
you fear consumption or pneumo
nia, it will,' however, be best for
you to take that great remedy
mentiouod by W. T. MCGSP, of
Vanleer, Tenn. "I had a cough,
foi fourteen year?. Nothing holped
me, until I took Dr. Kiug's New
Disoovery for Consumption,
CoughB and Colds, which gave in
stant relief, aud effected a perma
nent cure." Unequalled" quick
cure, for Throat and Lung
Troubles, At G. L. Peun & Sou
W. E. Lynch & Co. Price 50c
and $1.00, guaranteed.
The Gold6boro, McFarland,
Taylor, Cannady and Babcock
Buggies are still going down the
road ahead of all others.
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
Dangers of a Cold and How to
More fatalities have their origin
in or result from a cold than from
any other cause. This fact alone
should make people more careful
ae there is no danger whatever
from a cold tvhen it is properly
treated in the beginning. For
many years Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy has been recognized as
the most prompt and effectual
medicine in use for this disease.
It act? on nature's plait, loosens
the cough, relieves the lungs,
opens the secretions and aids
nature in restoring the system to
a healthy condition. Sold by G.
L. Penn <fc Son and M'diciue
Self-rising Flour, Buckwheat
Pulverized Sugar and all of the
season' s nice things can be had
.'Before we can sympathize
with others we.must have supered I
ourselves." No one can realize
the suffering attendant upon au i
attack of the grip, unless be has
had the actual experience There j
is probably no disease that causes i
HO muci physical and nu nt ul
agony, or which so successfully j
defies medical aid. All danger!
from the grip, however, may be |
avoided by the prompt use of
vbanibeHiiiu's Cough Rained}.
Among the tens of thousands who
navd used this remedy, not ono
jase has ever been reported Lhr.t
:ias resulted in pneumonia or tb it
'las not recovered. Fur sal? by G.
L. Penn & ^ou.and: Medicine
Unhealt?y Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
. AU thc 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,
li they are sick or but
cf-order, they fall to do
their work. ';. :'-o?T
matism come from ex-,
cess of uricacid'in;the
blood, due to neglected '
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
heart beats, and makes one feel although
they had heart trouble, because the heart ;is
overworking 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 sich you can make no mistake;,
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and the extraord nary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-R<rotf the great kidney remedy is
soon re alized. ? t stands the highest forj its
wonderful cures- >f the most distressing cases
and is .'?old on Its merits
by all druggists I n fifty
cent and ont-dol lar siz
es. You may tiave a"
sample bottle b?'t mail Homo of Swamp-Boot.
free, also pamphlet telling you how-to-?ind
out if you have sidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
St Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
Don't make aDy mista.ke^ut
remember th? name, Swamp*
Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
and the address, Birghamton,N
Y., on every bottle.
You can't break Mitchell wagon
skeins. WP guarantee them to be
of best maleable iron.
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
4 Gale. L. & M. Paiiit au a 3
gals, oil copt about $8 50 and will
paint moderate siz^d. house. -
Sold by G. L. Penn & Sou.
Lace Curtains, Portieres - and
fabio Coverp, all etylpp, sizf,e and
pric-s al . _ .
Edgf-field Mercantile Comjjau^
Mail Order Dept.
?Sa nip les Carefully
Sent on Request.
to help and assist you'to'sugg?
combine color to yourbecomi
extend to you our greeting to
gusta. We are prepared to si
COLORED DRESS GOOE
MILLINERY and I
These goods are selected
ers just from New York.
We are confident to plea
styles at the very lowest price
Ladies Home Journal pa
Book Free by mail.
Make our Store yourj
Ladies Parlor's fori
Visitors in the City,
When placing1 your Insur
ance give rae a call. I rep
resent a very strong line of
iriRE} - - -
Insurance Companies, our
Agent for the New Year
I^IITE: - - - ;
Insurance Co. I will ap
preciate a sLare of yourbusi
ness. 1 can be found at my
office-Office l?o. 9---over Bank of
SEND US YOUR ORDERS FOR
BHICK, MME RND CEPflT,
Weean HUj.-ily your needs &l
the New Di-pot,
Jackson & Johnson
A Guaranteed Cure for Piles
itching, Blind, B eedingor Protru
ding Tiles. Druggists r^fni.d.money
it-tl A ZO. OINTMENT fails to cure
in ??lo 14 days 5?V..
3TATEMENT OF THE CONDI
TION OF THE BANK OF EDGE
- FIELD AT THE CLOSE OF
ON DEC. 30TH,
Loans and Discounts.$173,439.07.
Heal P?state and Bank Buil'd. .4,973.95
Sate and Furniture.1,590,98
Cash and due from other B'ks 57,722.33
Capital Stock... .$57,400.00
Undivided.Pronts and Surplusl4,307.75
STATE OF SOT'TH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF EDGKFIELD,
I, E. J. MIMS, Cashier of The
Bank of Edgetield, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true and
correct to the best of my knowledge
E. J. MJMS, Cashier.
Sworn to before me this the 30th
day of Dec, 1905.
O. SHEPPARD, N. P. S. C [L. a.] j
. Correct Aitest:
J. C, SHEPPARD,
W. W. ADAMS.
JAS. M. COBB.
for Gasoline En
gines, Steam En
gines, Saw Mills,
Cotton Gins, Presses etc.
?. J: NORRIS
Tl MM OH S & CORLEY,
Appointments at Trenton
? Crown and Bridge Work a Special
L. & M. Paint. Lyad and zinc
non-cbalk.-.ble. Wears aud covers
like go'd. Sold bv U. L. Ponn &
.Express Prepaid 01,
nil -Orders Over P ive
! Dellars Accompani
ed by Casi).
?st the latest styles to fit and
SLGXCS. and vicinity we
visit our store while in Au
howthe most exclusive line of
>S BLACK GOODS S LK
with care by experienced buy
se you in the most advance
tterns, foe. 15c, Get a style
?Mail Orcleas attend
too at once return
on next train.
GET O?R PRICES.
Fertilizer Mill OutfltB, Gin. Press
Cane Mill, and Shingle Outfits.
1 nildirpjlrid?e, Factory, Furic
nnd Railroad Castings, Railroad, Ml)
Machinists'and Factory Supplies.
Belting, Packing, Injectors, Pipe
Fittings, Saws, Files, Oilers, etc. We
cast every day. Work 150 Hands.
Foundry, Machine, Boiler,
Press and Gin Work'
Rf pa is Promptly Done
M?? Iron Work & Snpply Cc
AT dil8TA, GA
PROF. P. ML WHITMAN,
209 7th Street ? Augusta, Ga.
jaiVES FRFH CYP. TESTS for si I de
[foots of sight. Grinds th? proper
glasses and WARRAN TS thom,
jacassa cut lalo year frame walle yon walt.
FREE OF CHARGE , medicine or glassed
The "Modern Method" system of
high-grade tailoring mtroduced by
L. E. Hays & Co., of Cincinnati, O.,
satisfies good dressers everywhere.
All Garments Made Strictly
to Your Measure
at moderate prices. 500 style? of foreign
and domestic fabrics from which to choose.
Ask your dealer io show you our Hm, or if
not represented, write to us for particulars.
LP. E. HAYS ? CO.
For any disease nf the akin
there is nothing better tbap
Chamberlain's Salve. It relieves
the itching and burning sensation
instantly and soon effects a cure
Sold by G. L. Penn & Son and
ioo Years Old.
A frame home can be kent in eood
order for 100 years il painted with tbe j
L. & M. Paint about onne in ten to j
if teen years. This 's because the L &
M. Zinc, bardens the L & M White j
Lead and gives thc paint xtraordina
ry life, lt also makes i t cover an enor I
mous surface, so that V ur gal h. ns Lj
& M and three ga'lons Linseed Oil
will paint a moderate sized bouse
L ot M costs about $1.20 per gallon
James S. Barron, President
Manchester Cotton Mills,
Rock Hill, S. C.
Writes: "Twenty-two years ago 1
piinted my residence with L& M It
looks better than a great many h IUSPS
painted three years ago"
L& M costs about $1.20 per gallon
Seven gallons at $1.20 per gallon, or
$8 40 will paint a moderate sized
house and it takes seven gallons of
ot her uiixi d paint at $1 50a gallon to
do it,because Linseed Oil sold to yon
as paint costs you $1 60 a gallon It
only cos-ti. you 60cents a gallon wh*n
von buy it 'resh the barrel and mix
it with L & M
Sold hy G. L. Penn & Son
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF EDGEFIELD.
By J. D. Allen, Esq., Probate Judge
Whereas, W. B. Cogburn, Clerk of
Coull derelict made suit to me, to
grant him letters of ad-mInistration
of the estate and effects of George
W. Couch ?deceased.
These are therefore to.cite and ad
monish all aod singular the kindred
and Creditors of the said George
w. Crouch deceased, that they
be and appear ; before me, in
th'ourcof Prob tte, to bo held at
Edgefield, H.,S." on the 15tu day
of Feb next, after publication there
of, at ll o'clock in the forenoon, to
show cauee, if any they have, why the
said! admin^tration should not be
Given.jinder my Hand, this 28th day
of Dec. 1905, - j
J . ' ?. ALLEN, P.'E. C.
By J. D. Allen, Esq., Probate Judge.
WHEREAS, Mamie Cam made
suit to me. to grant her letters of
administration of the estate and
effects of Willia.u Cain deceased.
THESE ARE THEREFORE to
cite and admonish all singular the
kindred ami creditors of the said WM.
liam Cain deceased, that they
be and appear before me, in the
Court of Probate, to be held atEdge
.fiold, C. H., S. C.. on the 4th day ot
.Jan. next, after nublication thereof,
at ll o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause, if any they have, why the raid
administration should not be granted.
GIVEN under my Hand, this loth
day of January 1905.
J. D. ALLEN, J. P.E.
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUIN
INE Tablets. All druggist, refund
tbe money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on e&sb
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
State and County Depository.
J. C. SHEPPARD, W. W. ADAMS,
J. H. Boc KNIGHT, T. H. RAINIFORD,
J. M. COBB, B. S. HOLLAND,
A. S. TOMPKINS, C. C FULLER,
W. E. PRESCOTT.
J. C. SHEPPARD, President.
W. W. ADAMS, Vice-Prerident.
E. -J. M IMS, Cashier
J. H. ALLEN, Ass't Cashier.
Pays interest on deposits by special
Money to loan on liberal term*.
Prompt and polite attention to> bus?
YOUR Account Solicited.
JAS. S. BYRD,
EDGEFIELD, S. C,
^^Oflbe over Post-Office.
If your eyes are worth
having they are worth!saving,
Do so with t'ie right ?kind of
Geo. F. Mims,
THE FARMERSB ANK
OF EDGEFIELD S. c..
STATE kJp COUNTY DEPOSITORY
Ti : LARG EST AND STRONGEST BANK IK EDI
Paid up Capital. . $ 58,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits. $3,000-00
Liability of Stockholders. . . . 58,000.00
Protection to Depositors..'. tl3i),000.00
I Ws invite Attention of those desiring a ' 'odeposit . Boney ?. i*e *u.?.
facti. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS BY .Vi- COt* RA CT.
Under provision of it? charter this bank is authorized to act as trastee, r*?rdisa
dninistratpr and executor, and to accept and execute trusta generally.
A. E. PADGETT, President T. H RAINSFORD, V?ce-Prw.
W. H. HAULING, Cashier. IV. A. BYRD, Asst. Cashier.
We take occasion at this season to thank a generous
public for the business so liberally given us during the yea
just passed. We aim in-future to merit even a larger por
tion of your patronage by increasing our store advantage as
to room and prices to the. mutual welfare of ail concerned'
We inaugurate this week preparetory to the vSTOR
CHANGES A SLAUGHTER CLEARANCE O
CLOSING SALE on several lines (namely) all of ou
[Mens $2.50 and $3.00 Shoes to go at $1.9
Our Ladies $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50 Shoes to go at - $1.2
Lovely line of roc. Drapery to go at
Elegant line of 10c, 15c, and 20c. Embroidery at
Elegant line of 5c, Sc., and 10c. Embroidery at
Superb lot laces 5c, 8c.,' and 10c. at
1000 yards heavy 10c. Outing at
i ooo yards Standard Gingham at
'Above prices for cash only.
THE CORNER STORE,
W. H. TURNER,
Fertilizers for Grain.
Fertilizers for Grain.
WE have on hand at all times all the different formula
of Fertilizers sold in this country. Send us your order's fo
Grain Fertilizers, Royster's, Armour's, Georgia Che mica
Works, Navassa and V. C. Goods.
In the coming Spring we will handle several cars of th
old fashioned Peruvian Guano imported from islands off th
Cost of Peru.
0 those who wish to haul their guano in th? fall a
they haul their cotton to market, we are ready to mak
prices and teims. Take advantage of good roads. Haulin
guano over bad roads damages stock as much as a season^
Th? Edg?fted Mercantile Company.
We have now on han
75 head of choice Horse
and Mules. Now is the tim
to make your purchaes. O
prices are as low as can be
made, quality considered.
B. L. JONES & SON.
Stables in Rear of Court House..
We are headquarters for
good shoes for Men andi
Women and Children.
Try a pair of our Crossett
Shoes for Men and you will
wear no others.
DORN & MiniS
We are deeply grateful for the large patronage that th?
Edgefleld people-have given us in the past year.
We will soon enlarge our store room and will be in bettet
shape to give Bargains than ever before. .
We wish all our friends a prosperous New Year.
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