Newspaper Page Text
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 10, 1906.
-.: ? '. /. v... .. -
?BWIHF ''ill IP ? ,
I Lee^L News
Mecer?. Tirj?iSODB Bros. bave re
plenished their stock with all the
nice tbiugB to eat since the holi
' day i ushV and ?re ready to fill
Hon. Jbhn Gary Evans spent
" a portion pf last w?ek in Edge
<: ?eld Tittf his mother, Mrs. Vic
toria Evans, and brother, Capt.
N. G. Evans.
Miis Mattie Eidsoa, o:ie of the
prettiest lind most popular young
lcdiei of the Fruit Hill section,
.pent last week -with her aunt,
Mrs. Elizabeth Russell, of our
Tr ? Fresh canned gooda of all ki ads
at very reasonable prices. Your
order? aol ici ted.|
P. P, Blalock, Jr.
Mr. Wm.R. Furs*?, one of Tren
ton's gay young bachelors, was
among Sunday's visitors to our
city, attending divino services iii
- the Bs.ptiEt church.
Handsome Gerald LaGrone who
is bead salesman of one of Sum
ter's leading'clothing stores, was
the.guest ot'Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Hart on Sunday last.
Many of Edgefield's household
ers should be interested in the
exfcutor'z sale that will be held
on Saturday morning at the late
residence bf. Mrs. Lac j Duri soe.
,W? solicit your prescription
business. Utmost care is exercised
in compounding prescriptions and
ooly pure? fresh drugs are used.
Our pr ? ces are very reasonable.
G. L. Penn & Son.
Mr. A.:C. English, who has
made many friends in Ed gefiel d
?iucfe he accepted the position as
local agent of the Southern rail
road, will move his, family here
this weelband will reside at the
home of ?Mrs. J. E. Bennett.
, Mr. .W^ A. Hart has purchased
. the lot adjoining Mr. R. VV. Tim
mon's home from Dr. J. G. Tomp
kins and will erect thereon an
. attractive residence. Mr. John T.
Faulkner:has the contract and
work will begin within a fei
; A full assortment of the celebra
ted Buist Garden Seed just re
ceived. Thor have stood the prac
tical testai years.
G. L. Penn & Son.
We we,]? informed a few days
ago that ardeer has strayed in some
unaccountable way from its ac
customed* haunts and is sojourn
ing in the section between Beaver
daci sndvTurkey creeks. You will
oblige t?* deer by not telling this
piece ofU news 'to fox hunters
Lewis Stevens, Joe Eve Mime,
Robert Barks and Pat Blalock.
Two sweet little girls rewarded:
Mire. Jartres H. Tillman, the teach
er of the infant class of the Edge
field Baptist Sunday Behool,
awarded the- prize for the best
recitations and- punctuality dur
ing 1805,.to Jitti? Ida Folk. In the
next feignent class, of which Miss
Kellab Fair is Headier, the prize
was won "by litt le Florence Peak.
PRESCRIPTIONS onr special
ty. We Boticit your Prescriptions,
\VB ?U ABANTEIS pure drugs,
accurate bompouudi.ig, and rea
. VW. E. LYNCH & CO.
Roll foot and head, quarter
saved solid oak 70 inch Beds fa/
$8.00. Roll foot and head, quarter
sawed, polished panels 84 In. beds
Edgefiejd Mercantile Company.
^Oatmeal, Grape Nuts, Force and
PostU'n just received at
. -j-: TIM HONS BROS.
Act wise and don't buy blankets
and comforts until you get our
C. E. MAY/
L. ? M. Paint coht only $1.20
a gallon.-Seven gallons paiats a
moderate size ht use, Sold by G.
L. -Penn &Son.
Harris Lithia and Glenn
Springs Water ai way u on hand at
Our Iron Beds have been ad
mired by all who have eeen them
prices very reasonable. <
RAMSEY ? JONES.
Fresh Prune?, Figs, Malaga
Grapee, Evaporated Poaches aud
A pp sa.
jTiMw ONS BROS.
Beautiful Toilet sets from $3.00
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
FOR RENT: One fire-'oom
J. I. M IMS.
Mince-meat in buckets also 10
cents packages at
Ti M MON a BROS.
isis;>.?.>?...: ' - - . ' .*? .
L. & x. Paint. Lead and Zinc.
Wears IO or 15 years. Saves paint
L. & S?. costs about $1.20 ner
gallon. Sold by G. L. Penn cfc SOD
Nunaa y's Ceebrated Candice
just received bj express* Large
=,8U poy for 1 he bo iday season.
Also argo shipments of Fresh
G. L. PENNA SON.
Great bargaiuF in staple dry
goode ?re being ofiVred at the
Gamer Store while the clearance
Baie is OD, A call at this popular
store will suffic? to conviuce you.
Mr. J.. N. Strom has rented the
farm of Mr. S. ?. BrunBon, known
ae the Bacon place, for this year.
He moved his family early, last
.week. Mr. 8trom is one of the
inventors of tue Hill-Strom sub
soil plow and will devote much
of his time to making und selling
Imported macaroni and best
cream cheese. :
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
Messrs. Jackson & Johnson
have been agreeably surpiised at
the great increase in the volume
of their business since moving
into their new store near tbs depot.
In connection with their mercan
tile business they are handling
all kinds of building material,
such ai shingles, bricks, lime,
cement, etc. '
Mr. Ralph Jones, who has made
tb?? Southern Express Company a
v&ry faithful messenger for the
past twelve mourns or more, is at
home.enjoying a few days of well
earned rest. Ralph will return to
his work to-morrow, taking up the
run between Columbia and Augus
Leggett's Fiue Roasted Coffee
15 to 30 cents per pound at
TIM M ON s BROS.
We direct attention to the new
locals of G. L. Penn & Son. They
solicit your prescription outness.
Mr. W. B. Penn, whosu large ex
perience extending through many
years especially fit him for com
pounding, gives all prescriptions
his personal attention. Thus ac
curacy and proper mixing of the
drugs are assured.
Full stock hames, traces, and
all kinds of farming implements.
f. P. Blalock, Jr.
Mr. J. Er Hart says that when
he gels tba store fixture, which he
recently inv?nt?d. ready to put
upon the market he will give tice
citizens of our town who have idle
money an opportunity to invest it
by organizing" a company to have
the store fixtures manufactured in
Edgefield instead of in the north.
Should this inventiou ''take'.' with,
the mercantile world as it gives
promise of doing, a plant for its
manufacture should pay well.
FOR SALE : One roan horse.
For further information apply at
Miss Mary Buford and h?r
mother have rented the com mo/
dious Durisoe residence near the
depot for this year and will don
duct a first-class boarding house.
Already they have Iwalve regular
boarders. Miss Henrietta Buford,
ofSuebelle, Hampton county, S.
C., will come within a few months
to make her home with tham. Miss
Mary Buford has also moved her
millinery businsis to th? Durisoe
We desire to express our. sincere
thanks to our friends and the pub
lic generally for the very liberal
patronage that has been accorded
us during the year just closed.
And it shall bs our constant aim
and purpose to merit a continuance
of this patronage throughout the
coming years just as it bas been
for 'he fifty-odd .years that we
have been in busiuese. We shall
be happy to Borve you.
G. L. Penn dTSon.
A splendid opportunity to pur
chase furniture and house-fur
niBhings: On Saturday morning
next, January 13th, beginning at
eleven o'clock. Dr. J. G. Tompkins,
executor of the estate of Mrs.
Lucy G. Durisoe, deceased, will
sell at her late residence on Main
street all of the personal property
that formerly belonged to Mrs.
Durisoe. AB every one knows, who
knew her ai all, this good woman
was a model housekeeper, caring
for everything about the house
hold in the best possible manner.
For this reason, her furniture, etc.,
should find ready buyers. The sale
will begin at ll o'clock on Satur
day morning and continue until
everything has b^en disposed of.
The Goldsboro, McFarland,
Taylor, Can nady and Babcock
Buggies are still going down the
road anead of all others.
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
Underwear, hosiery, handker
chiefs etc, on basis of eight cents
C. E. MAY'S
A Guaranteed Cure for Piles
Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protru
ding Piles, Druggists refund money
if HAZO OINTMENT fails to cure
in ti.to 14 day8 60c.
James S. Barron, "President
Manchester Cotton Mills,
Rock Hill, S. C.
Wnt?s: '?Twenty-two years ago I
' p tinteJ my residence*with L?fc Mit
looks better than a great many h mses
painted three years ago"
L& M costa about S1.20 per gallon
Seven gallons at $1.20 per gallon, or
S8 40 will paint a moderate sized
house and it takes seven gallons of
other mixed paint at $1 60a gallon to
do it,because Linseed Oil sold to you
as paint coats you $1 60 a gall?n Ii
! only costst youSOcents a gallon when
you buy it ires h the barrel and mix
it with L & M
Sold by O. L. Penn & Son
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUIN
INE Tablets. A ll. druggist refund
-the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on each
i 10,000 church ea- painted with
, Li. & M. Paint in 1904. L. dc' M.
costs $1.20 gallon. Sold by G. L.
Penn & S JU.
Mr. P. P. Blalock, Jr., has em
ployed Mr. Horanr Williams, sou
of Mr. E. B. Williamsjof the Gilga,
section, to clerk for him. Homer
is a wide-awake young man of
very pleasing address and will
fill the place very acceptably to
patrons and proprietor alike.
Judge J. D. Allen has teen en
gaged by Auditor J. B. Haltiwan
ger to take tax returns while.the
latter is absent from his. office at
tending toother duties. Those who
do not call upon the auditor while
be fills his schedule of appoint
ments can call upon Judge Allen
at the auditor's office.
Mr. Walter L. Addison has been
employed by Capt. S. M. Rice to
manage his store and superintend
his large farm. Mr. Addison is
thoroughly reliable and he knows
from many years of practical ex
perience how to have all kinds of
farm work properly carried on. He
will make Capt. Rice a faithful
and capable man.
When you want the best smoke
in town try a "Franklin" or "Cin
P. P. BJalock, Jr.
Percy Byrd, who is genial and
clever and popular, bas severed
bis connection with the Lynch
drug store to enter the employ
ment of the Edgefield Mercantile
Company. Young Sam Morgan, a
grand-son of the gallant Capt.
Thomas Morgan, and a "chip off
the old block," has been engaced
to fill the vacancy at the Lynch
The oounty is due the town of
Edgefield considerable work by
reason of the town having gent to
the county gang all transgressor s
that were sentenced for a month
upon the road. Supervisor Self
will repay this labor at an early
day by bringing one of the gauga
and a machine to work upon our
ptree te where most needed. This
will pnt our leading thorough
fares in first-class condition.
We trust that every teacher
throughout our county will read
and pdnder the admirably written
account of the convention of lady
teachers which appears elsewhere
iu tbi? issue. It is from the pen
of Mrs. Carrie Jowers, a - member
of the S. C. C. I. faculty;, who is
active, aggressive, faithful, capa
ble, and fully cognizant of the
obligations and responsibilities
that reBt upon those who teach.
Being afire with the enthusiasm
of the convention, Mrs. Jowers im
parts it to others.
Freth JelJ-O. the popular table
delicacy, just received.
G. L. Penn & Son.
The increased number of renters
and share croppers bas created a
greater demand for stock. Messrs.
B. L. Jones & Son have already
sold a great number of horses and
mules and have a brighter out
look for the season than they have
had for several years. Mr. B L.
Jones is now in Kentucky pur
chasing another lot of first-class
horses and mules for those who
contemplate opening up new
farms or who will discard old,
worn-out stock and replace it with
For about three years there has
been a perceptible decrease in the
amount of rainfall, but the down
pours that have visited this sec
tion dnriug the last few weeks
have aided very materially in re
lieving the water famine. Observ
er Long informed us a few days
ago that the precipitation fpr the
month of December was 8.60 in
ches, which was about 5 inches in
excess of the normal rainfall for
that mouth, the normal being 3.33
inches. Mr. Long also informed
us that this section is about 10
inches below the normal rainfall
for the year'1905.
There is nothing on the market
superior to a "White Dove" Ham.
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
Very Handsome Diners uphol
stered in panesote at $11 per set.
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
Self-rising Flour, Buckwheat
Pulverized Sugar and all of the
season' s nice things can be had
TIM MON s BROS.
A. A. Wells, M. P. Wells, J. M.
Mays, S. B. Mays, J. L. Hart, S.
W. Williams and Hamp'Sinith am
now using Mitchell and Owensboro
Wagoue. Ask them about then
weak point before buyiug.
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE Co.
Fresh Bupply of Lowuey?s Can
dies in packages and bulk. .
F^sed to Starve.
B. F. Leek, of Concord, Ky,
says: "For 20 yoars I suffered
agonies, with a sore on my upper
tip, BO painful, sometimes, that I
could u(.t eat. After vainly trying
everything ilse, I cured it, wirb
Uuckleu's Arnica Salve." It
greal for burns, cuts and wom d?.
Ouly 25c at GvL. Peun k Son W
E. Lynch & Co.
A Surprise Party.
A pleasant surprise party may
be given to your stomach and
liver, by taxing a medicine which
will relieve their pain aud dis
comfort, viz: Dr. King's New Life
Pills. They are a most wonderful
remedy,, affording sure relief and
cure, for headache, dizziness and
constipation. 25c at G. L. Penn
k Son W. E. Lynch k Co.
L. k M. Paint. Lead aud zinc
non-chalkable. Wears and covers
like gold. Sold by G. L. Penn ?fe
"Model Queen" stoves stand at
the head of all cooking stoves. We
have them in 22 in. ovens.
Edgefield 'Mercantile Company.
j Schedule of Episcopal Services.
Edgefield, 2nd and 3rd Sun?
days at ll;0CT a. m.,' and "every
Sunday night at .7:30.,
Trenton, 1st Sunday at .11:00
a. m., and every Sunday at 3:00
i p. m.. except 2ud Sunday.
I Ridge Spring, 4th ?nd 5th Sun
days at.11:00 a. m., and on 6th
SUD day 8 at 3:00 p. m.
Public invited to allservices.
R. G. S bau non house.
Tbs Booka of Registration of
the voters of the Town of Edge
field ara now open at my office and
will remain onen until Friday,
April 6th, 1906, inclusive, for tho
purpose of registering voters for
the election to be held on April
C. A. GRIFFIN,
Supervisor of Registration.
Notice is hereby given that the
copartnership heretofore existing
between the undersigned under
.the firm name of May & Blalock
is this day mutually and amicably
dissolved. Mr. P. P. Blalock, Jr",
having purchased tbe- business,
will conduct it in his own name.
All Kccnunts due May & Blalock
are payable to bim aud all in
debtedness of the firm is assumed
. J. H. May,
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
Jan. 6th, 1906.
Death of Mr. John Oscar Holder.
;<: Genial, geuerous "Jack" Holder
is dead, having pasee? away at hie
home io Augusta about 9 o'clock
on Saturday night last.. He had
been ill for many months with
kidney trouble. For a time it seem
ed that he bad been permanently
cured but be had a relapse a few
weeks ag,o, from which he never
recovered. Mr. Holder was a
native of this county, and no man
iu Augusta had more Edgefield
friends than did he. He is sur
vived by a wife and one child, a
boy about ten years of ag*. The
funeral was conducted at. Sweet
water church, this county, on Sun
day afternoon last.
Entertainment For Graded School.
The exterior of the . graded
school building has been greatly
improved by the paint that Col".
Bailey bad applied some months
ago. The interior, however, is still
dark, unsightly, uninviting, as it
has been throughout- the years.
The tbreo lady teachers, aided by
Mrs. Jowers and Miss "Nickles of
the college, all of whom are alwayB
on the alert, ready todotho3e
things that will facilitate their
work, have hit upon a plan to im
prove the iuteiior of the graded
They purpose painting the ceil
ings and, walls, and will also pur
chase pictures that are appropri
ate for the school room. In ordor
to raise the necessary funds these
ladies will give an entertainment
in the college auditorium on Fri
day evening, the 13th inst. Let
the public understand that this is
distinctly an entertainment by
and for the graded school, and not
the college. An attractive pro
gramme will be arranged and
carried out by the graded school
pupils, and a delightful supper
including oysters-will be served
at popular prices. Give these very
faithful teachers your co-operation
in their very laudable under
National Bud Spriuga are the best
on the market. We have them in
iron ?ud wood frame.
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE Co.
Take Peun's Bitters for the
liver. There is nothing better.
G. L. PENN <fc SON.
It makes no difference what th?
merits of a wagon are. You can
find one as good or better. Try ?
Mitchell or Owensboro.
EtiGEFiELD MERCANTILE CO.
Physicians tell us that all
the blood in a healthy
human body passes through
the heart once in every two
minutes. If this action be
comes irregular the whole
body suffers. Poor health
follows poor blood ; Scott's
Emulsion makes the blood
pure. One reason why.;
is such a great ar ^because
it passes so Quickly into
the blood. It is partly di
gested before it enters the
stomach ; a double advan
tage in this. Less work
for the stomach; quicker
and more direct benefits.
To get the greatest amount
of good with the least pos
sible effort is the desire of
everyone in poor health.
Scott's Emulsion does just
that. A change for the
better takes place even be
fore you expect it
We will tend you a
Be ture that this
picture in. the form of
a label is on the wrap
per of every bottle of
Emulsion you buy.'.
SCOTT & BOWNI .
409 Pearl St., N. V.
50 cento ind lt. so .
Senator Talbert Will Move to
For several years the friends of
Hon. T. Garrett Talbert, who re-1
sides in tte 'central, and eastern
portion of the county, have been
urging him to move to Edgefield,
but owing to the sacrifices that he
would have had to make he did
not deem it wise to chango his
place of residencp. WP are pleaped
to learn, however, that he bas
about completed his arrangements
ito move to Edgefield in a short
time and will occupy the house
on Columbia street now occupied
by Mr. W. A. Hart. A very warm
welcome awaits Mr. Talbert and
bis estimable wife, who in coming
to Edgefield is onTy returning
home, being the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. M. C. Parker. It ip
rumored, and is currently believed,
that Mr. Talbert and Mr. Parker
will at no very distant day em
bark in the mercantile business in
the Parker, building that fronts on
the public square.
' Card From Dr. Butler.
To The Advertiser: Having
made up my mind to take up an
other brauch of my precession
which will take me away fr.,m
Edgefield most of my time I hay
aseociated myself professionally
with Dr. J. H. Canoir.ha"h He
bas charge of coy library and in
strument-', and I trust my patron*
will s^e tit to employ bim if they
need a good doctor ai.d frieud wb?i
will be 'rue in (-very respect pos
sible. I hope to have Edg Held for
my home till I die and highly
appreciate all favors shown me in
the past both professionally and
F. W. P. BUTLER.
May & Blalock Have Dissolved.
One of the changes of the new
year in Edgefield's mercantile
world has been the dissolution of
the firm of iMay &. Blalock. Mr.
P. P. Blalock, Jr., has purchased
the interest of Mr. May and will
in future conduct the business iu
his own name. Palillo, or Pat' as
he is called by many of his inti
mate friend?, bas as much sou),
houor, and energy to the equare
iuch as any young man iu our
acquaintance. He is deservedly
very popular aud we see no reason
why he will not succeed. Already
he has replenished tho stock in
many lines and is in position to
supply the Edgefield public with
first-class groceries-both fancy
and staple-and plantation sup
plies at very reasonable prices.
We have not learned what Mr.
May's plans aie for the future.
Go to the planing mill for shin
gles, no. 1 and no. 2.
FAULKNER <fe CATO.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF EDGEFIELD. -
Court of Common Pleas..
Hattie Laura Canghman, Miner.
Pursuant to the decree in this cause,
I .will sell at the risk of the former
purchaser to tbe highest bidder before
the court house, town of Edgefield
and ?State of South Carolina, on sales
day in Feb. 1906, (r.hesame being the
othday aforesaid month, between the
legal hours of said sale, the following
described realty to wit :
One vacant lot in ttie town county
and State aforesaid,containing one(T)
acre, and bounded by the Long Cain
public road, the Edgefield Augusta
road, and by land* of E. W. Samuel.
TERMS OF SALE :.
One third cash, and the balance on a
credit of one and two years, with in
terest from the day of sale. Purcha
ser to give bond and mortgage of the
premises sold to secure the payment
of the credit portion, mortgage to en
clude ten per cent for Attorney's fees
if brought to suit for collection or all
cash at the pm chasers.option. Terms
must be complied with or Master
authorized to resell at,risk of former
Purchaser to pay for papers.
yr F ROATH.
Master for Edgefield County
JAS. S. BYRD,
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
^TOfiice over PostyOffice.
Use All Animal M
Office 911, 912, 913
TO FARMERS: For Cottc
zer made strictly fiom ALL AND
Dried Blood and meat and bone
use nothing else as au ammonia
will not eat the. roots of plants
Prepare for (
or Coal Grate
STATE Mit NT.
STATEMENT OF TUE CONDITION
OF TH E FARMERS 1?AXK AT
THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS
JAN. 2ND, 1006.
Loans and Discounts.$152,852.83
Bank Building and Fixtures. 4,040.00
Cash in Banks .38,364/
Cash in Vault . 10,153.73
Paid up Capital.$58,000.00
Undivided Profits. 4,904 65
I, W. H. HARL1NG, Cashier of
The Farmers Bank of Edgefleld, S. C.,
do solemnly swear that the above is a
true and correct statement to the best
of my knowledge and belief.
W. H. HARLING, Cashier,
Sworn to before me this the 2nd
day of Jan. 1906.
EDWIN H. FOLK, N. P. S. C.
SOMETHING THAT ATTRACTS
the wise house-keeper must be some
thing more than "cheapness" We
could sell you
at lower prices than our present figure
but rhey would be "cheap" goods and
the chances are that you would not
Better to buy these goods because
they are of sterling quality, have finer
llavor and contain double the nourish
ment of the ewer priced articles.
Just received, Postum, Buckwheat,
Quaker Oats, Mince Meat, Pineapple
and all k.nds of stable GROCERIES.
?2ST"We invite you to call.
JACKSON & JOHNSON,
NEAR NEW DEPOT.
Remember we are determiued
not to bo undersold. Give us a cali.
C, E. MAY.
Don't pay 1.50 a gallon for oil
because labeled mixed paint. Oil
only costs 60 cts. a gallon. Buy
L. & M. Paiut, and add oil. It
makes paint cost 1.20 a gallon.
Sold by G. L.- Penn & Son.
See our beautifully decorated
Toilet Sets before you buy. .
RAMSEY & JONES.
Has Stood the Test 25 Years
The old, original GROVE'S Tasteless
Chill Tonic. You know what you are
taking, lt is .iron and quinine ina
tasteless form. No cure, no pay. 50c.
The CMdren's Favorite
Coughs, Coldfi, Croup and
This remedy la famous for its cures over
a large part of the civilized -world. It can
always be depended upon. It contains no
opium or other harmful drag and may be
given as confidently to a baby as to an adult
Price 26 cte; Large Size, 60 cte.
Old Sores, Itching Piles,
26 AND 60 CENTS A BOX.
Sold by all Orugfrists. Take no other.
Old Family Remedy 25 years.
m cultivation, a reliable f?rtili
?AL MATTER AMMONIATES.
Tankage, should be used. We
te. Swift's Reliable fert lizers
in dry weal her nor le-ch in
et weather, which can b*>
attributed to C trou Seer!
Write us for our iipw
1905 i.oiklp*. Our fertil
izers are drv nod suitable
for Drilling and always
uniform in quality.. UH?
Pa'nif-ilo 11 igh-Gfiide 8-3
3, Pla-ter'a S-2 2 for cot
?nn and corn cultiva'iou.
DAMS,E?lireileNI, S. C.
? a Coal Stove
US & SON:
To the Planters orEdgefleld County
Baldwin's Fertlizers have stood the test of six
teen years in our county, its most liberal buyers
and best friends of to-day, . are the planters who
have used it contiually since its introduction^ our
county, which fact proves the exceptional merit of
ZERS, the Cotton, Corn,|
and Grain grower.
Before making your Fertilizer deals for 1906 talk|
with our representative, ?*.???
A^. "W^. Adams,
who will give you the secret of making a bale to the I
? II r
I wish to thank all ot my old customers for their very
liberal support during the year just closed, any extend to
them my wishes for a Happy and Prosperous New Year.
We will be well equipped ior supplying the wants of
our customers for 1906 and most cordially solicit a share of
Get your Laundry in Tuesdays.
ARE YOU READY?
WE AHE HERE
With th<> goods, and feel confident that we can make it to
your interest to call on us when in need of anything in DRY
GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS, SH?ES, ETC. . -
Big Line of Clothing I
to select from at 10% discount for cash.
To close the line we will sell what we have left in LADIES' .
SKIRTS at prices that
BLANKETS and COMFORTS at prices that will move them.
Big asfortment of Stationary and Neckwear just received
suitable for Christmas presents.
Of every description at the lowest possible prices.
G. E. MAY.
We thank you for the liberal patronage of the past year. We are
now offering ths rsmaiuder of our winter Clothing and Underwear
^at very low figures. Call on us. We eau show you better than we
can tell you.
wv A. Hart & Co.
??3?*Next to post-office,
lam now offering PATTERNfcHats AT ;
COST, and all Winter Millinery" at very low
Come to see my line before buying. I can
save you money.
Miss Mary Buford.
Opposite Presbyterian Church.
To have a happy home you must have children,
as they are great happy-home makers. If a weak
woman, you can be made strong enough to bear
healthy children, with little pain or discomfort to
yourself, by taking
It will ease away all y?>ur pain, reduce inflam
mation, cure leucorrhea (whites), falling womb, ovar*
ian trouble, disordered menses, backache, headache,
etc., and make childbirth natural and easy. Try it.
At every drug store in $1.00 bottles.
WRITE US A LETTER
freely and frankly, telling us all your
troubles. We wi?l send free advice (in
plain sealed envelope). Address: La
dies' Advisory Dept., The Chattanooga
Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
f?k "DUE TO CARDUI
an I''inning else, is my baby girl, now
two-I^eks old," writes Mrs. J. P.
West/of Webster City, Iowa. "She
is a fine, healthy babe and we are
both doing nicely."
Has Stood The Test 25 Years
No-C?re-No-P?y. 50 ceafci.