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WEDNESDAY, JAN. 17, 19?6.
Lee AL News.
Mr. Lewis P. Covar, DOW a resi
:'dent of Orangeburg, is spending
some time in Edge fie ld with
Tb? Barlow & Wilson Minstrels ?
; travel in a special coach, carry
ing their own orchestra, scenery,
?tage settings, eic.
Messrs. E. C. Winu and R. T.
Scurry received a. telegram on
Tuesday morning frorn Celumbia
ordering them to close their dis
pensaries. They promptly obeyed
Gerealite, Cer alite, Cereahte.
Ask W. W. Adam3 about it.
It is the wont of old gardeners
to plant many of the aarly vegeta
bles daring the first twelve days
ol'the year. So unfavorable, how
ever, have been the conditions
this year that not a seed could
b? planted. .
Large assortment of clocks-j
good time-keepers- at low prices.
, P. P.JHalock, Jr.
Mrs. M. BL. Wigg? and Misses
Todd ?nd Peuney^ were gues's of
Mr. aud Mre. W. S. Cogburu on
Sunday The two latter are?
popular teachers of the Johnston
The parade aud the open air
concert that will be given by I he
Barlow & Wilson Miustrels on
to-morrow afternoon are eagerly
looked forward- to. Some popular
classic selections, as well -as rag
time music, will be rendered by
the larga. Bari ow orchestra.
Eren thougs^he weather be in
ifent-4-w?^$pe that it will not
on Friday evening, the entertain
: meut will tie held and the supper
":- will be served at the college just
as ...if the moon were shining
brightly. . ?
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Fair, of |
Beech Island, accompanied by
their two exceedingly bright and
pretty little children, were guests
' st'the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. L,
Brunson on Sunday : and Mouday
* lasJ. ?"%
v Tickets for the Barlow ?1 Wil?
sou Minstrels are on pnle at Mr.
C.- E. May's store. When this
popular attraction .was in Edge
field before reserved seals wnre
sold at ora dollar each and the
- 'c himie was crowded. Mr. May,
after much ehtrea'y, succeeded in
- - getting the price reduced to saven
ty five ceuts. for to-morrow even
^juj^. Eyery^desirable seat will be
c engig?d early"at'this'pfrce. Better'
call at Mr. Mar's at once.
- " PRESCRIPTIONS our special
ty. We solicit your Prescriptions, J
dav or night.
WE GUARANTEE pure drugs,
accurate compounding, and rea
, _ W E. LYNCH dz CO.
Roll foot and head, quarter
sawed, solid oak 70 inch Beds for
$8.00. R?llvfoot and head, quarter
sawed, polished panels 84 lu. beds
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
Remember the discount weare]
giving on clothing, and ladies
Go to the planing mill for shin
u - gie.-?, no. 1 and no. 2.
FAULKNER (fe CATO.
Oatmeal, Grape Nuts, Force and
' Postum just received at
? ; Act wise and don't buy blankets
and comforts until you get our
: L. dc M. Paint cost only $1.20
,-. a gallon. Seven gallons paints a
r ^ moderate size house. .Seid by G.
L. Penn ? Son.
Harris Litbia ' and Glenn'
Springs Water always on baud at
Our Iron Beds have been ad
m ired by all who have eeen them
RAMSEY & JONES.
Fresh Prunes, Figs, Malaga
Grapes, Evaporated Peaches and
Beautiful Toilet sets from $3.00
/. to $7.50.
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
FOR RENT: One fire-'oom
hout-e. Apply to.
? . J. L. MIMS.
Mince-meat in buckets tilso 10
cents packages at
L. & M. Paint. Lead and Zinc.
. Wears IO or 15 years. Saves paint
L. ? M. cost8 about $1.20 ner
gallon. Sold by G. L. Penu & Son.
Nun na y's Ceebrated Gaudies
ju H received by *-xprers" Large
'''"soppy' for the hoiday season.
i-:.rAlp?:arK0 shipments of Fresn
^ G. L. PENN & SON,
/ Remember we are d?terrai oed
jaoH? bo undersold. Give us a call.
C. E. MAY.
Fresh supply of Lowney's Can
nes, ia oackftges and .bulk.
' ^5>fM?N8 BROS.
Mr. and Mrs.. Jack A. Lott,
Johnston, were - very cordia
greeted by their friends in <
city while on a visit to Mr. a
Mrs. W. B. Cogburn on Sund
' -, . .
Mr. and Mrs. Abner Broad wat
Mrs. A. F. Broadwater. Jr., Dr.
S. Byrd, Mr. and Mrs. P.
Wate8, and little daughter, Ge(
gia May were recently received
letters iuto the Edgefield Bapt
The h9avy shipments of plo
and plow steels by some of o
merchants betokens the approai
of plowing season. January
already more than half goDe ai
the short month of February w:
pass almost before we are awa
Swift's, Baldwin's, Baugh
Bradley'*, and Etiwan Guano
"You pays your mouey and tak
W. W. Adams.
The January number of the C
i Ed lid as bright aud attractive ar
?newsy as its preceding numbe
We have no doubt but that eve
greater improvement will mai
each succeeding issue. Many <
I the students possess very decide
! literary talent, and editing- tl
magazine affords au opportunit
for its development.
When you waut the best Brnos
iu towu try a "Franklin" or "Cit
P. P. BJalock, Jr.
The teachers of the grade
school, seeing the need of inti
rior improvement of the grade
school building, are workin
faithfully to raise the necessar
funds. Everybody in Edgefiek
especially the parents, should b
deeply interested iu the succ?s
of the eutertainment that is tu b
held at the college on Frida
evening. Every dollar that i
realized will be speut for th
benefit of the children of ou
Try a barrel of my guarantee?
flour at Five and a quarter pe
barrel. Satisfaction or your mon*
These are fast limes. Some oe
with a poetical tum bas written
"Mary had a little lamb; tba
time has passed away. No laml
could follow up tho gait that Mar
goes to-day. For now she rides 01
ai?shod wheels, iu skirts too short
by half, no lambkin shares he
airy flight, but you eau see he
calf .Is there aman who c;:n corn
plain or ciy in woe 'Alas!' so louj
as Mary's calf's all right the lam?
can go to grass. So all the rijei
delight to gazn, their jr?y is uot i
sham, for while the other cntter'i
oui, they have BO use for lamb." >
If you waut the best seed . fe
the south, we would advise ou
readers to consider carefully th?
advertisement ot Alexauder- Seec
Co. in this issue. Tlaey' have bfeen
iu the business for thifiy-thre?
year?. Their varieties have pr'ftyeu
to be iui?t what they claim. ""We
have before us the January issue
uf:the "Southern RuralisL", which
the Alexander Seed Company
offers nek premium. It is au up
to-date agricultural paper, tboi
oughly practical-not based ' en
tirely, ou theory. Mr. Merriam, the
editor, is OE&of the most.success
ful farmers in the Bouib. The
paper is full of interesting articles
by successful, larmers, telling : bi
their successful methods.
FreBh canned'goods of all ki-ida
at very reasonable prices. Your
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
Fredi Jell-O. the popular *able
delicacy, just received.
G.. L. Penn & Son.
. Imported macaroni aud - best
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
Leggett's Fiue Roasted Coffee
15 to 30 cents per pound at
C TIMMONS BROS.
Full stock hames, traces, aud
all kinds of farming implements.
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
FOR SALE: One roan horse.
For further information apply at
Bent Her Double.
"I knew no one, for fou.r week?,
when I was sick with typhoid aud
kidney trouble," writeB Mn?.
Aunie Hunter, of Pittsburg, Pa.,
"and I got better, although I had
one of the br st doctors I could
get, I was bent double, and bad
to rest my hands on my knees
when I walked. From this terrible
affliction I WUP. rescued by Elec
tric Bitters, which restored my
health and strength, aud now I
eau walk as straight as ever. They
are simply wonderful.'" Guaran
teed to cure stomach, liver and
kidney disorders; at G. L. Penn Sc
Sou W. E. Lynch & Co.
The Goldsboro, McFarland,
Taylor, Cannady 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 cente
- C, E. MAY'S
A Guaranteed Cure for Piels
Itching, Blind, Bleed mg or Protru
ding Piles, Druggists ref ur. d money
if HAZO OINTMENT fails to cure
in ti to 14 days 60c.
To'Cure a Cold in One Day.
Take LAXATIVE BKOMO QUIN
INE T&b?e?Bi<.i&}Y druggist refund
the money if it fails, to cure.
E. VV. G rove's'signature ison each
box. 25c .
10,000" churches painted with
L. & M. Paiut, iu 1904. L. & M.
costs'$L2?v gallon. 8old by G. L.
Penn & Soil.
Miss Carrie Ransom, of Aug
ta, accompanied Ivy her neph
Master Elmer Ransom, arri
yesterday to BpenaVfipme tim?
Sedgefield at the home af Uer. s
Mrs. P. P. Blalock.
Mr. Josiah L. Cuthbertson I
resigued his popition with Mesi
Timnions Bros. and returned
his home in Waxhaw, N. C. 1
Timmons has employed you
Mr. Adams, son of Mr. Geo
Adams, of the Meriwether sect]
of our county, to fill the vacan<
* Nation?i Bed Springs are the b
ou the market. We have them
iron aud wood frame.
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE Cb,
There is no denyi?fi the fi
that the last two attractions ti
appeared in the opera house wc
j a disappointment to the audiem
but [or this the management is u
to be censured: Ihe troupes wc
highly recommended to thei
However, chere will be no risk i
curred in goiug to the Barlow
Wilson Minstrels, for they ha
been here before and our poop
know that this is a high-cla
attraction-one that will be thc
oughly enjoyed by everybody. Ai
who.does not enjoy a good mi
A full assortment of the celebr
ted Buist Garden Se<?d just r
ceived. They have stood the pra
tical test of years.
G. L. Penn & Son.
The Advertiser's repres?ntate
interviewed. Mr. M. C. Parker c
Saturday last concerning his ac
Hon. T. Garrett Talbert's plaui
They purpose opening a stock i
general merchandise in the Pa
ker building on or about the, li
of March. They would opeu earlii
but Mr. Talbert will be in Colun
bia in attendance upon the legi
lature until about the 20th <
February. Immediately after tr
adjournment of the legislature t
will move to Edgefield and wi
at once engage in business here.
We solicit your prescriptio
business. Utmost care is exercise
in compounding prescriptions an
only pure, fresh drugs are use<
Our prices are very reasonable.
G. L. Penn & Son.
A delightful programme ha
been arranged for the entertain
ment at the college. Besides th
play by the graded school childrer.
several of Miss Nickles' elocutioi
class will recite. Miss Nickles wil
also recite, and we uotify thi
talented young lady that she h<n
as weil prepare for a dozmi en
cores. Edgefiald audieoces ueve
tire (.f hearing her. To this eu
torta rumen t a small admissiou fe
of IO cents will be charged. A
the conclusion of the programen
the andienet will repair to tb
spacious diuiug room of the col
lege where oysters-stewed o
fried-will be served for 25 cene
A regular supper, of ham,:turkey
chicken salad, sandwiches, potati
sa^ad, pickle, etc., with choc?la ti
or ccrfee, will also be served fo
the small sum of 25 cents. De
lightful dessert will be p-ovidei
for thoss who wish it.
Seo our beautifully decoratec
Toilet Sets before you buy .
RAMSEY & JONES.
The Books of Registration Ol
the voters of the Town of Edge
field are now open at my office auc
will remain open until Friday
April 6th, 1906, inclusive, for thf
purpose of registering voters foi
the election to be held on April
Supervisor of Registration.
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
A. A. Wells, M. P. Wells, J. M.
Mays, P. B. Mays, J. L. Hart, S.
W. Williams and Hamp Smith arc
now using Mitchell and Owensborc
Wagons. Ask them about theil
weak point before buying.
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
Forced to Starve.
B. F. Leek, of Concord, Ky,
says: "For 20 years I suffered
agonies, with a Bore on my upper
lip, so painful, sometimes, that I
could not eat. After vainly trying
everything else, I ourod it, with
Jlucklen's Arnica Salve." It's
great for burns, cuts and woucds.
Ou ly 25c at G. L. Peun & . mW.
E: Lynch & Co.
Has Stood the Test 25 Years
The old, original GLOVE'S Tastelesa
Chill Tonic. You know what you are
taking, lt is iron and quinine ina
tasteless form.. No cure, no pay. t?0c.
L. & M. Paint. Lead and zinc
nou-chalkable. Wears aild coveri
like gold. Sold by G. L. Penn &
"Model Queen" Btoves stand al
the head of all cooking stoves. We
have them in 22 in. ovens.
Edgefield Mercantile Company,
We carry a full stock of all
kinds of picture moulding and
can frame any size picture ou
? >u't pay 1.50 a g\Um for oil
because labeled mixed paint. Oil
only costs 60cts. a gallon. Buy
L. ?M. Paint, and add oil. H
m ikes paint cost 1.23 a gallon."
Sold by G. L. Penn.& Son.
Give Dumb Brutes Proper Atton|
At thia season when the dumi
animals need the best attentioi
they are oftentimes most neglect
ed. All stock ought to be warral!
ftSMr. reSular,.v watered and wet
breast beats a WaVT ,a 7uhu8?
heart will subject bi^Wr136*
exposure and personal dn^-??
ure in order to properly IV?
for his stock. Furthermore,V9
ful attention giveu to stocks
midwinter yields large returns!^
dollars and cents. The cows in
crease in milk and the horses and
mules will be strong, ready for
the heavy work of preparing the
soil for planting.
Mr. Theodore A. Tompkins of
ibis city and AI ?ES Josephine Mul
ligan of Augusta were quietly
married on January Iii h in thal
city. Mr. Tompkins had stated his
intention only to his family and
intimates, and wben he and bis
bride arrived here last evening,
bis friends were very much sur
prised. Miss Mulligan is the
daughter of Mr. Albert Mulligan
of Augusta^ "and sister, to Alies
St. Julien Vott of this city. Mr..
Tompkins is a Columbia boy, and'
is a sou of Capt. S. S. Tompkins...
Mr. and Mrs Tompkins will;
make their home at . 1218 Senate]
j A Popular Rendezvous.
The rooms of the Commercial
Club have now been open for a|
fortnight, and if it is conducted,
throughout the coming years as.it
bas been since the formal opening,
the club, instead of bringing re
proach upon the town as has uo-|
fortunately benn the case in some
places, will be an honor to the
community. The rooms, which
have proven to be a very pleasant
rendezvous for the members, are
attractive, inviting, wrll-heated,
well-lighted, and very haudsome
Sundry games are participated
in by those who desire to while
away their leipure moments in
that way. About $50 worth of the
leading magazines and dailies
the cream of current literature
have been subscribad for, which
will, cause the reading room to be
frequented by those who are in
There need be no apprehension
for the future of the club, from a
moral standpoint, if the constitu
tion sod by-laws are rigidly en
forced. Betting and gambling in
every form are forbidden,-also the;
drinking of intoxicants in the;
club rooms. Furihermore, a mern-',
her is not pllowpd in the rooms:
whpu uirder the influen?a of in
toxicant*. In short, the Edgefieldi
Commercial Club is in every sense.J
a gentleman's club, aud unless^
member conducts himself as^
gentleman he will be eummaril
. The following are the meinfi
of the Club: J. G. Holland, SJ. L. j
Addison, A. H. Corlev, Si M.
Smith Jr., M. P. Wells,. C. A.
Gnffiu, Wm. S. Cogburn, Arthur
S. Tompkins. L. Wigfall Cheat
ham, Wallace C. Tompkins, P. L.
Cogburu, B. J. Crooker, Chas. H.
Fieher, A. E. Padgett, P. P. Bla
lock. Jr, j. E. Mims, J. H. Allen,
E. Y. Conklin. L. T. May, W. T.
Prescott, B. B. Jones, Bettie Can
telou, W. W. Adams, C. E. May.
S. W. William?, J. L. Mime, R. T;
Hill, J. P. Ouzts, J. H. Carmichael,
N. G. Evaus, J. Wm. Thurmond,
B. R. Tillman, Jr, J. S. Byrd, J.
T. Faulkner, J. C. Sheppard, J.
W. Thompson, F. N. K. Bailey.
It makes no difference what tho
merits of a wagon are. You can
find on? as good or better. Try ?|
Mitchell or Owensboro.
EUGEFIELD MERCANTILE Co.
"SP PIT LIFE3
-That's what a prominent
druggist said of Scott's
Emulsion a short time
ago. As a rule we don't
use or refer to testimonials
in addressing the public,
but the-above remark and
similar expressions are
made so often in connec
tion with Scott's Emulsion
that they are worthy of
occasional note. From
infancy to old age Scott's
Emulsion offers a reliable
means of remedying im
proper, and weak develop
ment, restoring lost flesh
and vitality, and repairing
waste. The action of
Scott's Emulsion is no
more of a secret than the
composition of the Emul
sion itself. What it does
it does through nourish
men Wthe kind of nourish
ment that cannot be ob
tained in ordinary food.
No system is too weak or
delicate to retain Scott's
Emulsion and gather good
Ve will und you *
Be sure '.hat thia picture in the
formed a label la on the wrapper
of every bottle of Emulsion you
SCOTT & BOWNE
5: 409 Pearl St., N.Y.
50c ad $1; all dra^gists.
Take Penn's Bitters: for the
liver. There is uothivg bitter.
G. L. PENN & SO??. ,
Death o? Col. Robert B. Hughes
djed 0, Wednesday even Lg ffi
tel J;.US???/ Ul?..??8 Hud
a lotted span by oue year. All
ps lou? Jife^waeepeura-tb-?
naiDtly beautiful ?lo?atral hoSi
loe deceased waa an honored
. mdeut of one of Edgefield's
fam^J . ?od most aristocratic
aud p\ I,J. character, manne
press n^Jjtyj he bore the im
moepherex^d South, of an at
those of t^e^y uukuown to
gnneration. SVesent day and
aniuueeJfish, ve^ery gracious
kiud-losing tdgbflaughtful and
consideration tor tbtelf in hie
comfort of others-heXnre aod
Very highly esteemed Bronco
and held in tenderest afferde
thoBo nearest and dearest to?
Col Hughes waB a graduai
the South Carolina college. So
after completing his literary
educatiou be read law and was
admitted to the bar. After practi
cing bis profession at Edgefield
for a short Beason he retired fro\n
the "busy hau?ts of men'* to the
Quietude of country life. He gave
1i?ed to his country's call in the
sixties aud rendered valiant arid
distinguished service throughout
the former years of the war.
Several years ago Col. Hughes
united with the Methodist church
The funeral was conducted by his
pastor, Rev. Marvin Auld.
Merry, Merry Minstrels.
The '-'Merry, Merry Minstrels"
will be the attraction at the Edge
field opera house on to-morrow,
Thursday evening, January 18th,
It will be the Barlow & Wil
son's Greater New York Minstrels
and a splendid performance is
promised. The company numbers
forty of tho best vocalists and
vaudeville stars cf the minstrel
world, aud is accompanied ..by an
excellent band and orchestra.
This well known organization
comes highly recommended, yet
giving all that is new aud novel
iii the Hue of this latter day min
strels, retaiuing all the gf ms of j
the old styl? of minstrels, that is
so pleasing tj amusement lovers
of this style. The company gives
a grand, gorgf ous and s^eotaculur
street | arad< which takes pl. CH
at noon of t ie day of engsgarn??nr.
All the popu?ar songs, daucen.1
sensational specialties will g<v|
tow.ird making up an evening en
tertainment that will be apprec;
ted by the m?st fastidious.
Top Dressing '?j
alite for Corn aad ? 3f
er and better it? .
- :. _ . . . . 'Ors!
W. W. AdanQ
afvf Griffin Commended For i^j
. Prompt Payment of Loss.
Mr. C. A. Griffin, s
Edgefield, 3. C.
My dear Sir :
Yours of the 26th
inst, to hand, euchring check in
full for loss on one tenant build
ing.'Your prompt pa. meut for
same is certainly appreciated.
Wishing you and the Company a
prosperous New Year, I am,
E. L. Ryan.
Trenton, S. C.
Dec. 26th, 1905.
Don't throw your old shoeB
away but bring them to my shop
OTer the drug store of Timmons
Bros., and let me half sole them.
Rubber heels neatly put ou. All
J. R. KING
WHY DO W]
. We will have sample copies r
SEE THIS LIST: 20 f
catalog price, postpaid, and S
$1.70-all sent to you for $1.
1 Pkt. iyn oz. Ked Valentine Beans ,
I " Old Bomestead Pele "
I , Early ?clipse Beets
1 " Alexander Suie-head Cabbage
1- " Charleston Wakefield "
1 " Big Boston Lettuce
II " Early White Bush Squash
1 " Select. Aug, Kittlesnk. W. Mel.
1 ,, Arlington wht. Spine Ciuumb
ll ,, Acme Tomato
If this list doei-'nt s ult 3 cu. n ii
log. If you have'nt one, write fm
Plants, Bulbs. Poult
911 Broad Street,
Has Stood The
"S?S* ^0rea" Suee^bed
to The Great Destroyer, Death.
lo be recmiLd T Ug' """"gait.
J? ooe short week ^?gj y mtb
[Morgao, who departed thia iff.'
Sunday moroin? ,",?" i,fe 011
scarred bnr?v ;e u ? g 6 ba?le
ie wa?- an ini i " prmite Jife
fiend, kirM'J0^1 a?d faiihfnj
or. In public ??TT0UB ^Sh
Try trust, never lt fva8 true *o
r shifting a resp5!?f *.<tofc
Iwaya discharging every ?Jjty~
manner that was well-pleaW11
1 the eight of God ard man. N.
Being innately modest and re.
bl.ciiy but his fellow-citizens,
aiding his anperior worth and
?*es, elected him for two
jsecu?ve terms to the office of
oooj Commissioner in the early
" and later he was chosen
7 -treasurer for four years..
b( en^?.tdecliued to longer ac
lu l8ter ??ce he wc-uld have
call was fflf*?n and agaiu.
to battle for^*ties. when the
Southland, tn^Pe? to go forth
tbe prime of lire^hts of our
to be sacrificed, it^p, th.pn in
the altar of his cou
ten d the army as cajj?^
pany K, 24th South Carl
in recognition of hero:
and distinguished gallantry^
many a battlefield, Captain'RK.
u was made lieutenant colonek
. -.-J- -t-.-.t.-j*
gan was mace lieutenant; cotonea
of the regiment, which position he
filled when the four years struggle
was brought to a close.
We thank Ged for this life of
sevonty-thren years'. His "foot
prints upon :ho sands of rime" are
ineffaceable-His influence will
'ive on and on throughout eternity.
Besides being survived by au es
timable wife, Col. Morgan leaves
three daughters and six sons to
revere and cherish his memory.
All of thesp, without a SID gie ex
All of thesp, without a single ex
ception, lead upright, honorable,
exemplary lives like unto j
of their worthy fathpr.
JAS. S. BYRD,
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
j8eF"Office over Post-Office.
JOH FOR $1?
Ve want to introduce our seed into ev
' home in the state. Because they are
?best that can be grown. If you buy
d there is no reason why you should
t buy ours. Because there is every
ison why you should. We offer a spe
ll inducement: "With an order for one
liar's worth we give a vear's subscrip
n to the SOUTHJOF?" EURALTST,
! best Farm, Garden ana Poultry
per in the South.
nailed. Ask for it, it will pay.
nil sized packages $i .20 at
iouthern Rnralist, 50crs, total
oo if you mention this paper.
1 Pkt. Southern Curl Mustard 5
1 " White Velvet Okra 6
1 " Imprvd bashaw Pumpkin 5
1 ,, Danvers Half-Ion g Carrot 5
1 " Australian Brown Onions 5
1 " 3)4 oz Prem Ex Early Peas 10
1 , Long Scarlet Radish 6
1 " Sel. Rocky Ford Cantelo'p p
1 " Ruby King Pepper 5
1 ., Six-Ear Corn 10
LP you own ?.election from our cata
. it at. once. It is free.
R SEED Cn.
yearSj the best Seed,
Test 25. Years
'ay, 50 coats
?a tel ??,n?, ol ? iL teal b.,="
,ZERS the Cotton Corn
Wth our representad ',,2er deaIs- for '9?6 talk
ip yot?Te :^3?X:nx^
*?etof makmg a bale io thej
?* 18 "??vier (han we wish it to be >L ,u",
"v/m la'-ts-D0W ?8.50
15.00 and $16.50 Suite - 12 SO
What we have .eft in Boya' Clothing will be aol? at
Use All Animal Ma?
High Grade F?rtil;
Office 911, O?2, 913 Prudential building:,
TO FARMERS: For Cotton cultivai ion. a reliable fertile
zer m?.de strictly from ALL ANIMAL MATTER AM MONTATES
Dried Blood and moat and boneTaukag^, should be used. We
use nothing else as an ammouiate. Swift's Reliable fertilizers
.will not eat the roots . of plauts io dry weather nor leach: in
et weather, which'can be
'attributedio Cotton Seed
Write U8 for our new
1905 booklet. Our fertil
izers are dry and suitable
for Drilling and always
uniform in quality. Use
Palmetto High-Grade 8-S
3, Planter's S-2-2 for cot
ton and corn cultivation.
For Sate By W. W. ADAMS,Edgefield. S, C.
We thank you for the liberal patronage of the past year. We are
now offering the remainder of our winter Clothing and Underwear
at.very low figures. Cal! on us. We can show you better than we
eau tell you.
-w. A. Hart & Co.
[J^HNiext to post-office,
lam now offering PATTERN^Hats AT:
COST, and all Winter Millinery at very low:"
Come to see my line before buying. I can
save you money..
Miss Mary Buford.
Near the Depot.
down pains are a symptom of the most serious trouble which can
attack a woman, viz: falling of the womb. With this, generally,
come irregular, painful, scanty or profuse periods, wasteful, weaken
ing drains, dreadful backache, headache, nervousness, dizziness, irri
tability, tired feeling, inability to walk, loss of appetite, color and
Seauty. The cure ?
that marvelous, curative extract, or natural essence, of herbs, which
exerts such a wonderful strengthening influence on all female organs.
Cardul relieves pain, regulates the menses, stops drains and stim
ulates the muscles to pull the womb up into place.
It is a safe and permanent cure for all female complaints.
WRITE US A LETTER
In strictest confidence, telling us all
your troubles. We will send free ad
vice (in ptain sealed envelope). Ad
dress: Ladies' Advisory Dept., The
Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chatta
?I SUFFERED AWFUL PAIN
In ray womb and ovaries," writes Mrs.
Naomi Bake, of Webster Groves.Mo.,
"and my menses were very painful
and irregular. Since taking Cardul I
feel like a new woman, and do not
suffer as 1 did."