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ONE YEAR $150
SIX MONTHS 75
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 17, 1906
^ True merit, like a river, the
deeper it is, the lesa noise it
? . ? ~-\
. The act?ou of the South Caroli
na college in placing foot-ball
tinder the ban is highly commend
able. The game is too brutal to
have a place in college athletics,
especially a southern college.
Would that the small pittance
that'the Confederate veterans re
ceive in the way of pensions
could be increased ten fold. Many
who were not disabled in bat
tle are now by reason of their ad
vanced age incapable of earning
a support, v.
The decision of the Supreme
Court sustaining the constitution
ality of the Brice law was a death
dealing blow to the dispensary.
The advocates of the institution
cannot now reasonably hope to
prolong its existence a great while.
The genuiue enthusiasm and
. aud perff ct unanimity mat cbar
ac.erized the deliberations of th'
Cotton Growers' Convention in
New Orleans must have caused
considerable discomfiture on the
part of the bears.
Forty-five petitions-one from
each state-containing the uames
of more than a million women
protesting against the seatiug ot
Senator Reed Smbot, of Utah, will
be preseuted to Congi ess. Right
eous indeed rau?t the cause of Mr.
Smt ot jf he can set at naught th<
.combined influence of a million
.Building? And Loan Association,
Decided Factor in Edgefield's
The Eagefield Building -.and
Lean Association has by no means
been the least among those things
that have-.,, contributed to our
town's material development with
in the past seven years/SJnce its
founding the officersiand^direct
ors of the association have sought
every legitimate means bf promo
ting its interests. And f he ir ef ort?
have not beeb unrewarded, it
having been thqar pleasure recent
* ?mouBtm^ip^^^h'- '
fe-ever matured in Edgefield.
The maturing of this stock, how
ever, ie not ail that can be said
of this savingB and investment
institution-now no longer in its
swaddling clothes, having some
years ago passed the experimental
stage. Dnritig the seventy mon th ?vj
of its existence fifteen new resi"
' dence8 have been erected througi
the association, and seven homes
already built have been purchased.
Furthermore, the only two busi
ness houses erected in the, past
seven years were built through
the association. It has paid out
$450 in taxes and has added $25,
! OOO to the real estate values of the
This association should appeal
especially to the young men of
the community whose income is
in the form of a monthly salary.
Scarcely enough can be saved
each month torin vest to advantage
'or even deposit in bank at inter
est, yet the- building and loan
association receives these small
amounts and, in matured stock,
pays a handsome dividend there
on. Another advantage of a build
ing association to a community
ia that it enables those who rent
homes to build and own their
homes by paying but a trifle more
than the rent.
Those into whose keeping have
been committed the affairs of the
Edgefield Building and Loan
Association have, in promoting
their individual interests, also
contributed greatly to the advance
mont of the interests of the
community at large. May even
greater success crown their efforts
The January "Advance", a
monthly magazine published at
Birmingham, Ala., contains the
following beautifully written
sketch of Edgefield by Mrs. Sam
Will John-a sister of Mrs. J. M.
Cobb and Mrs. Emma Marsh
who edits the Home Department
of the "Advauc?."
Twenty-six miles above Augus
ta, Ga., on the Southern Railroad
among the hills of South Carolina
is dear, old Edgefield, historic
Edgefield, for every ro?d, tree and
house speak a history.
The scenic beauty of this routf
is enhanced by a view of Langley^
pond that stretches into the pro
portions of a lake made bea ul i fu
by water-lilies and hedges u!
tangled vi ni s and trees. The great
silence bf the woods and stream
is broken by the hum of cotton
mills. 'Tis said,
"We measure time by heart tbrobs?.
Not ?B figures on a dial".
- and such was the dominating
thought as I stepped fro**) tb
train ont on the shaded road tc
the cairiage. Although the figuret
ou a dial would tell.melhai seei
more than sixteen summers, yo
my heart gave great leaps of joy
.childish delight, as it did in thc?
long time ago when the girl had
not crossed threBhold of woman
A crack of the whip, followed
by a spring of the horBes, and I
was'speeding down the road now
shaded by euterlaced boughs, but
with here and lhere a peep of gold
from the auulit memories. - A'; it?
bead aroae a handsome grey grau
ite shaft erected to the memory
of the Confederate dead by the
noble women of Edgefield couuty.
JuBt beyond this is . the court
house, that having stood the
atorros of rain and wind, holds
the echoes of the thundering
eloqui nee of South Carolina's
lawyers and statesmen. A Picken'e,
Carroll's, Bacon's, Butler's, Bon
barn's Gary's voice revel berates
through the dead silence of years;
evivifyiDg the aged^maD and wo
man, rekindling the dying ambi
tion of the struggling, unknown
As the village Vests now in al
most a Rip Van Winkle's sleep,
we pause to dream of the life ot
splendor iu the stately old coloni
al mansions and parks. Far back
among the oaks, mimosas aud
cedars you get a glimpse of these
mansions, now worn by time, bul
diguified repr?sentatives of the
glorious men aud women who
thronged their drawing rooms aud
halls. In no part of South Caroli
na was there more wealth before
che Civil War than iu this histor
ic spot. No spot where as knights
of old men wooed and won fair
lady. No spot where fair women
held a more goldeu sceptre to
sweep across hearts aud tomes.
As you dip down across the
creek, up a hill hedged io ou each
side by piues sud cedars, you
come to the home of the late Capt
R. G. M. Dunovaur, who wa6 a
brave Confoderate soldier, aud
whoso memory is revered by all
who knew him. Far:her on you
^nter the park which surrounds
"Edgewood", the home of Francie
w Pickens, a mau too well kuown
in history as lawyer aud statesman
f ir this peu to touch upou. This
home is now occupied ^y his reg*i
and beautiful grand-daughter,
Lucy Francis Pickeus Dugas, whx
ruarrkd Senator B. R. Tillmau't
sou. She inherits the queenly car
riage aud Titian hair of her
famous grand-mother, Lucy Hol
combe Pickeus, who . held us hei
admirers the crown-beads of Eu
rope. The quiet li" tie grave yaru
is DOW the resting place of hej
distiuguished husband sud bei
ouly child, a daughter, Douschka.
who was born iu the palace ol
St. Petersburg wbeu her fatbei
was minister to that court. Hei
birth was proclaimed to the worlo
by as many cannon as that of a
royal princesa; the czar am
czarina standiug as god-father anc
^od-mother; the czarina naming
oer "Douschka", the Russian foi
Leaving this place, so freight
ed with precious menmrios, you
.^GyEvans.-Still further on is
?SEast7- Hill"-the home of ex
.Sen?tor M. C. Butler, uow owned
by Hon. B. E. . Nicholson.
On another main road back in a
grove of elms, cedars and magno
lias stands the home of Edgefield'c
brilliant editor, gifted musician
and courtly gentleman, James T.
Bacon.'He is a brilliant representa
tive of bis illustrious family. An
accomplished liuguist, pianist and
original writer, he Btands as a
beacon-light of the past, shedding
abroad a radiance that illuminates
the paths of the young and old
beyond the boundary line of his
Edgefield is built upon seven
bills as ancient Rome, and, as
ancient Rome, her brave men and
women have few peers.
Trenton, the station where you
change cars for Edgefield, is itselJ
an attractive place from its ex
tensive farming lands aud hand
some homes. A short drive from
this statiou brings you to the home
of Senator Ben Tillman. Thie
home presents as characteristic au
individuality as tli3 statesman
himself. Yon see at once its dis
tinctive features in the evergreen
hedges, viue-clad trees and mag
nificent ferus and pair s whose
luxuriant growl h and wanton
ueauty suggest the splendor of the
Orient. As we peered into this
tropical loveliness, the quft?tion
was asked, "What magic baud
careB for these beauties?1' The
answer was. "The Senator him
self, no one has this field but him."
We know this seuator is dis
cussed by the press; his speeches
misquoted ; his thoughts perverted,
but the big oold world does not
know of hjs gentle caresses and
care for his flowers; his love for
this quiet, country life ; this de
tachment from men; this realm
of silence which is so necessary
for the continuation of the best
ase of life. A look into this na
ture-world convinces ns that
great deeds have their birth in
silence. This tumultuous age
briDgs too much haste and worry ;
maukiud must look into nature's
lavish products and leam that
they come through silence and
leisure, that man must have rest
spells, some communion with na
ure for the highest, loftiest de
A Jamaican Lady Speaks Highly
of Chamberlain's Cough Remody.
Mrs. Michael Hart, wife of the
<uperiuteudeut of Cart Service at
Kiugston, Jamaica, West ludiet
Islands, says that she bas for
some years used ChambeiIain's
Jough Remedy for coughs, croup
iud whooping-"cobgh and- bar
round it vory beueficia?N^She ha?
nqplici* coufidence in itatuhwould
tot be without a bottle of it in
1er home. Sold by G. L. Penn ?"^
don aud Medicine Dealers.
Capt. T. C. Morgan is dead.
Many nearta will be sad when
they hear of bis death. He was
loved and honored by all who
knew him. An )tber old soldier ha?
answered to the last roll CH ll. Mi
Morgan was a noble Christian
gentleman, carrying sunshiue
wherever he Wbut." He now iiaB
eutered the munsion that was
preparad for all who love God.
Mrs. Robert Cochran bas been
aick tor several days. We hope
or li"i speedy recovery.
The mauy friends of Mr. and
Mrs. E. C. Wi un an> glad to have
them back at their old hom?1
again. WH bid them thrice wel
Mr. Ralph Winn ie one of the
handsomest young meu wo know
)f, and we kuow a certain young
lady who ttnuks the same thiug
Mr. Cook Burkhalter and your
correspondent enjoyed a "possum
iud tater" dinner at Mr. Butle;
Strom's laat Sunday.
Mr. H. H. Smith is ou the sick
list this week.
Mrs. 0. 0. Timmermau whom
we reported so.ill last week is still
very low. We pray God's blessings
on her and her loved enes.
The orange blossoms are said
to soon bloom in our community,
we will let you know about rh?m
Mr. Willie McDaniel has a real
Miss Sula Wash euterlained
quite a number of her frie.idt
last Thursday at her home.
Mr. Tom Tray 1er visited friend?
it Fouutain Inn last week.
It is said that Mr. John Hughy
will make a visit to southwest
Georgia r^al soou.
The roads are getting bad. W*
waut punshine on them for a fen
lays to dry thf-m off.,
823 Broad Street.
W. B. YOUNG, - - - P-ssident
T. G. WE1GLK, - - - - Cashier
SAVINGS ACCOUNTS SOLICITED
Interest Paid on Deposits,
JANUARY AXD J ULY,
A Surprise Parly.
A pleasant surprise party may
ie given to your stomach and
iver, by fusing a medicine which
.viii relieve their pain aud dis
comfort, viz: Dr. King's New Life
Pills. They are a most wonderful
remedy, affording sure relief^
jure, for headache, dizziness^
constipation. 25c at G. L." ?
k Son W. E. Lynch & Co. v
fei atesfTfie wsn'r omiP^i?
that. .thly^^ve'^s^veFn' . 9
diaWnd cure for cocsumptij. If
7p? fear consumption or pujmo
.uia, it will, however, be blt to*
you to take that great roed\
meutionod by W. T. Mcf>, ol
Vauleer, Te?o. klI had ajpugb.
foi fourteen year?. Nothiu^:)lp^'ed
me, until I took Dr. King's New
Disoovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Golds, which gave in
stant relief, and effected a perma
nent cure." ?uequalled quick
cure, for Throat aud Lung
Troubles. At G. L. Penn &'Sou
W. E. Lynch & Co. Price 50c
and $1.00, guaranteed.
Dangers of a Cold aud How to
More fatalities have their origin
in or result from a cold thau from
auy other cause. This fact alone
should make people more careful
ae there ?B no danger whatever
from a cold when 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 acts on nature's plan, loosens
the cough, relieves the luugs,
opens the r secretions and aids
nature in restoring the system to
a healthy condition. Sold by G.
L. Penn & Son and M diciue
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
All the 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 tn 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.
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? extraprd nary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-RO'?t, the great kidney remedy is
soon realized. !t stands thc highest for its
wonderful cures ?f the most distressing cases
and is .??old on its merits
by all druggists I n fifty
cent and one-doi lar siz
es. You may I ave a
sample bottle b ? mail Homo ol Swninp-Itoet.
free, also pamph let telling you how to find
out if you have Kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this pajier when writing Dr. Kilmer
5c Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
Don't make any mistake, but
remember the name, Swamp
Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
H nd the addrees, Binghamton, N.
Yvon every bottle.
The "Modern Method" system of.
high-grade tailoring mlroduce* by
L> E. Hays & Co., of Cincrrmaoi O.,
satisfies good dressers everywhere.
AU Garments Made Strict
to Your Moasure
at noderate prices. 500 styles bf f?resgn
sad domestic fabrics from which to choose.
Ask yeer dealer to show you our Itaejor If
not represented, writs io us fer portlcdjars. .
L. E. HAYS :
CINCINNATI, OHIO. '
' : : ?r~
You can't break Mitchell ?svagon
3keine. We guarantee thenTto bf
of heel maleable iron. j .
EDOEFIELD MERCANTILE DO.
***** * * ? *************^****
PROF. P. li.
j 209 7th Street - Xitguata^ Oh. ?
GIVES FREE EYE TESTS for~all de-j:
focts of sight. Grinds tho proper!
glasses and WARRANTS them. [
'.ensos cut into your frame w?iile yoi walt.!
FREE 9F CHARGE, SS?'
Lace CurlaiiiP, P.-riirres an(!
Table Coverp, all stylep, p *z"8 a nc
Ed fiVd M MC in ti le Company.
When placing your insur
ance g?s'e me a call. I rep
resent n wry strong line >f
FIRE - - -
Insurance Companies, our
Agent for the New Year
LIFE - - -
Insurance Co. I will ap
preciate a share of yourbusi
ness. I can be found at my
olfice-Office So 2---over H:inft of
J vi tn c e? a'. ]V| IJV1H
''Before we can sympathize
with othera we must have suffered
ourselves." No one can realize
the suffering attendant upou an
attack of the grip, unless be has
had the actual experience. There
is probably no disease that.causes
so much physical and mental
agony, or which so successfully
defies, medical aid. All danger
from the grip, however, may be
avoided by the prompt ?66 of
Chamberlain's Cough Rem?d).
Among the tens of thousands who
have used this remedy, not,one
case has ever been reported that
haB resulted in pneumouiaor that
bas not recovered. For sale by G.
L. Penn & Sou aud Medicine
You are banking c
other fertilizer is so wd
harvest. Don't take a
crop. It is the leading
It has been prover
Fish and Animal mat
for growing cotton. ?
F. S. ROYSTE
Columbia, 3. C.
For Sale By
EDGEFIELD, S. C. .
State and County Depository.
J. C. SHEPPARD, W. W. ADAMS,
J. H. BOUKNIGHT, T. H. RAINSFORD,
J. JW. COBB, B. S. HOLLAND,
A. S. TOMPKINS, C. C FULLER,
J. C. SHEPPARD, President.
W. W. ADAMS, Vice-Prerident.
E. J. MT MS, Cashier
J. Hf. ALLEN, Ass't Caaliier.
Pays interest on deposits by special
Money to loan on liberal term.--.
Prompt and polite attention to big
YOUR Account Solicited
A?D CURE THU LUS^GS
O'dGHSand 50c & $1.00
OLDS Free Trial.
-I ?JW --B
Surest and Quickest Cure for all
THROAT and LUNG TROUB
LES, or MONEY BACK.
If your eyes" are wortl
having they are wortb/savino
Do so with fie right |kind o
Geo. F, Mims,
? " The product in one dav of the
mills of the Longman ?L Maitinez
great work is enough to pain!
?very house aud everything made
of wood in a city, with the L. cfc M.
IIn use thirty years, eeve'ral mil
lion-houses painted with L. & M.
L. & M. cosis about 1.20 per
The L. & M. Paint is the be.-t
and cheapest, because the L. A
M. Zinc, hardeua .the L. & M.
White Lead, aud makes it paint
more surface and wear for a long
er time than any other paint.
L\ & M: costs about 1.20 per 1
It only rpquires 4 gallons of
this celebrated paint aud 3 gallous 1
of Linseed Oil at 60 cts. p? r gal- 1
lou ?to paint a moderate" sized |
ho ase. Therefore a property-own- i
er ought not pay $1.50 per gallon ?
for Linseed Oil, which he must 1
do when a ready-f?r-use paint is ,
L. & M. cists about $1.20 por I
Sold by G-. L. Penu & Son.
ti experience when you fertilize with
1 balanced in the plant food supplied
substitute. Farmers' Bone has no ei
I fertilizer of the South.
iby over twenty-one years of success
t;r is superior to any other known
amers' Bone is the fertilizer
MADE WITH FISH
Tirboro, N. C.
rh< Edgefield Merenti
The Auditor's ofiloe will be open to
receive tax returns of all personal
ind real property from the 1st of
January to ihe 20th of February 1906
411 persons owning or having con
trol of property are required hy law
to return the same for taxation at its
rrue value in money to the county
Auditor under oath between the 1st
cf January and tba 20th of February;
alter which date the ' A uditor is re
quired tn add t,0 percent to the value
of all property not returned.
All Male Citizens between the ages
-<21 and 60 years except those ex
___2^?y exempt by law are deemed
I will be at the following places on
the dates mentioned to receive tax
Trenton, Tuesay Jan. 9th .
Johnston, Wedesday Jan. 10th
Arthur Herring's store Thursday Jan
Elmwond, Friday Jan. 12th
Pleasant Lane. Saturday Jan. 13th
W. Y. Quarles, Monday, Jan, 15th
Longinires, Tuesday Jan. 16th
Plum Branch, Wednesday Jan. 17th
Parksville, Thursday Jan, ISth
Modoc, Friday Jan. 19th.
Clark's Hill, .Saturday Jan. 20th.
Walter Cheatham's, Monday Jan 22nd
Ropers X roads, Tuesday Jan 23rd
Colliers, Wednesday Jan. 24th
Red Hili, Thursday Jan. 25th
AtEd?efield^C. H. from Jan. 26th
tD February 20th inclusive. After
which date 50 pei cent penalty will
J. B. H ALT I WANGER.
for Gasoline En
. gines, Steam En
gines, Saw Mills,
Cotton Gins, Presses etc.
E. J. NORRIS
4 Gale. L. & M. Paint aud 3
gale, oil cofet about $8.50 and will
paint moderate siz^d house.
Sold by G. L. Peon & Son.
Tl M MO NS & CORLE f,
Appointments at Trenton
Crown and Bridge Work a Special
GET OUR PRICES.
Complete Cotton, Saw, Grist, On and
ertihzer Mill Outfits, Gin, Pres?
ane Mill, and Shingle Outfits.
I t i lc" it fvl ri?t e, Frc?ory, F uric
nd Railroad OasticgR, Railroad, Mil
viachinists' and Factory Supplies.
Belting, Packing, Injectors, Pipe
fittings,Saws, Files, Oilers, etc. We
:a*t every day. Work 150 Hand?.
Foundry, Machine, Boiler,
Press and Gin Work*
7J?T~ Repa is Promptly Done
U?? Iron Mi ilil
For any diR?aie if the skin
lhere is uothing better than
Chamberlain's Salve. It relieve!
tho itching and burning sensation
instantly and soou effects a cure
Sold by G. L. Penn dc Son ; n !
ST?TE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF ELGEFIELD.
By J. D. Allen, Esq., Probate Judge
Whereas, W. P.. Cogburn, 6'lerkof
Cputt derelict made suit to me? to
?rant him letters of ad-mi n ist ration
Df the estate nnd effects of George
W. 6'rouch deceased.
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
md Creditors of the said George
W. Crouch deceased, that they
iie and appear before -me, ir.
th* ourt of Probate, to bc held at
Edgerield, H., S." on the 15tn day
if Feb. next, after publication there
if, at ll o'clock in the fonnoon, ?o
show cause, if any they have, why the
said administration should not be
Given under my Hand, this 28th day
Df Dec. 1905,
D. ALLEN. P. E. C.
Farmers' Bone. No"
from sowing time to
[jual for any kind of
ive use that
THE FARMER SB M-K
OF EDGEFIELD S. c.,
STATE AND COUNTY DEPOSITORY
THE LARGEST AND STRONGEST BANK IN EDS
Paid up Capital. / 68,000.09
Surplus and Undivided- Profits. ?3,000 00.
Liability of Stockriders-.... . 58,000.00
Protection to Depositors. %13i))?QQ.OO
L^V* iavite attention of those desiring a tafe deposit money ro u? ?u??f
facts. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS BY . , ". SC. RACT.
Under provision of it* cha rter this bank it authorized to act at trait?e, faard.at)
?ra i ni? triter and exe cn tor, and to accept and e xe ca te trait? generally.
A. E. PADGETT, President r. H RAINSFORD, Vica-Prcfi.
W. H. HAULING, Cashier. W. A. BYRD, Ant. Cashier.
I i ?' MBBBBBBp
We take occasion at this season to thank a generous
public for the business so liberally given us during the year
just passed. We aim in.future to merit even a larger por
tion of your patronage by increasing our store ^advant age as
to room and prices to the mutual welfare of all concerned.
We inaugurate this week prepaiatory to the STORE
CHANGES A SLAUGHTER CLEARANCE OR
CLOSING SALE, on several lines (namely) all bf our.
Mens $2.50 and $3.00 Shoes to go at $i-95
Our Ladies $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50 Shoes to go at $1.20
Lovely line of 10c. Drapery to go at 6c
Elegant line of 10c, 15c, and 20c. Embroidery at 10c.
Elegant line, of 5c, 8c, and 10c. Embroidery at 5c,
Superb lot laces 5c, 8c, and 10c. at 5c
1000 yards heavy 10c Outing at 7|c.
1000 yards Standard Gingham at 6c.
JJfflP*Above prices for cash only.
THE CORNER STORE,
W. H. TURNER,
WE ARE OFFERING TO THE TRADE THIS Ytf\R
THE MOST COMPLETE LINE AND THE LARGEST
VARIETY OF FERTILIZERS AND FERTILIZING MA
TERIAL EVER OFFERED IN EDGEFIELD
PERUVIAN GUANO. Made in nature's factory io the Pe
ROYSTER'S CELEBRATED BRANDS. The most popu
lar in the South. - ,
ARMOUR'S BLOOD AND BONE. MANURES. Have no
f qual for msrit. .. '."
GEORGIA CHEMICAL WORKS. Well known to our
ASHEPOO, STONO, AND NAVASSA GOODS. The three.
oldest manufacturero in the Fertilizer businftss. >. .
LEE'S PREPABKD' AGRICULTURAL LIME. For.:, tb*;
pr?ventif n of mst and-shedding in cotton.
COTTON SEED MEAL, GERMAN KA IN IT, NITRATE
OF SODA, MURIATE OF POTASH AND BLOOD. ;:
We thank our faim r friends for the lib ?1 patronage l$v*u
us for th? past two years. *
We solicit IbVr Vronage f jr the year 19?6. - . .;
^Eha Edg^ifed gr?ant ile Cojnpapy.
GUANO! .GUANO! :
Southern States Phosphate
& Fertilizer Co.'s goods. :
P. & F. " : ,
A. D. Bone, - - -
Augusta High Grade,
Acid of Al i Grades.
These goods are now in warehouse ready for delivery.
JONES & SON
"We are headquarters for
good shoes for Men and
Women and children. ;
Try a pair of our Crossett
Shoes for Men and you will
wear no others.
DORN & MIMS
I am now offering some
In Winter Goods of all
HTGet first choice by
sailing at once.
DVERTISER BUILDING, - - EDGEFIELD, S. C..
in Ons Day, Gnp m Twow
?t Bes. 35?