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WEDNESDAY, JAN. 24, 1906.
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i L@Q%L N-eWS.
Mr. aud Mrs. W.. H. Turner
spent Tuesday iu Augusta.
Mtsa-Mary Buford is still offer
ing some very gr-at bargains in
:M ;n-ry :tt her Upine uea- tbe
Last Suuday was au ideal Sun
day-a veritable Easter Sunday
The Advertiser job office so
licits your orders tor job printing
of all kinds. Satisfaction guaran
Corf falite, Ger ^lite, Cereahtp,
Ask W. W. Adams about it.
Rev. ?\ E. Burts wrti fill his
- regular nppoiutuient at Horn's
- Creek church ou Sunday afternoon
next at 3 o'clock.
' . v ; i ; . ' -y:"J
Even if the fields.are barren and
the trees bare, the violets, BO beau
tiful aud-fragrant, peer smilingly
. through-the fallen fcleave9 at the
Tr.ejffi^nned goods of all ki ads
at ve1i$Efea8onable prices. Your
P.P. Blalock, Jr.
Mr. J. E. Hart purchased -a
heavy stock of white goods for
waists, skirts, suits' etc., and is
now prepared to, make very close
prices von these goods. New ship-j
m?nts arriving almost^every day.
Dr. Manly Tim m o np, who bas a
large number of patrons in and,
ai on nd Trenton, spent Thursday
ia that little city having the in
. .terior.of his dental office renova
ted and improved.
A full assortment of the celebra
ted Buist Garden Seed just re
ceived. They have stood the prac
tical test of years.
G. L. Penn & Son.
Af ter a prolonged absence Capt.
R. B. Cain is again in town for a
few days, and is receiving a Very j
. cordial welcome from his friends.
Our people have an abiding affec
tion for him. - .
A committee was appointed by
the Baptist church on last Sun
day morning to take up the mat-1
' ter of enlarging the church build
ing. Beuides being a difficult mai
lor .to seat the. congregation at
times, there is . not adequate, room
in tho present building for the
Leggett'a Fiue Roasted Coffee
15 to 30 c?ut? per pound at
We direct attent ion to the ad
vertisement of Mr. C. E. May; iii
which h?: is offering some very
tempting-pncts on staple and da-|
pendable merchandise. Mr. May
does not want to carry over any
heavy goods, consequently he is
offering Bome great barga'us for j
the spot cash.
The public square is crowded I
with wagons almost every day. A |
few-very few-aro loaded wit h
I cotion, while many are heavily
loaded with meal, acid, kain it,
cerea?ite, nitrate sods, amoniated
dissolved bone, eic. Farmers are.
beginning in earnest with prepa
rations for the crop of 1906.
PRESCRIPTIONS our special
ty. We solicit your Prescriptions,
dav or night.
\VE GUARANTEE pure drugs,
accurate com pounding, aud ' rea
W. E. LYNCH & CO.
The friends of Mrs. T. A. Ricer|
and they are numbered by the
hundreds, will regret to learn that
she will leave Edgefield early in
February to join Air. Ried, who
holds a lucrative position with
large railroad contractors, and ie
at preseut located in Chester
Roll foot aud head, quarter
sawed solid oak 70 inch Beds for
$8.00. Roll foot and head, quarter
aawed, polished panels 84 in. beds
Edgefield Mercautiie Company.
Go to the planing mill for shin
gle*, no. 1 and no. 2.
FAULKNER & CATO.
Oatmeal, Grape Nuts, Force and
Postum just received at
L. & M. Paint c oat ouly $1.20
a gallon. Seven gallons -paints a
moderate size house. Sold by G.
L. Penn & Son.
Harris Li th ia and Glenn
Springs Water always on hand at
Oar Iron Beds have been ad
mired by all who have eeen them
prices very reasonable.
RAMSEY & JONES.
Beautiful Toilet sets from $3.00
Edg&field Mercantile Company.
Nunna y's Ceebrated -Candies
just received .by expre?s Large
soppy for the hoiday season.
Also argo shipments of Freso
G. L. PENN & SON
The Goldsboro, McFarland,
Taylor, Can nady and Babcock
Buggies aje still going down the
road ahead pf all others. \ ~
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
.10.000 churches painted wir h
i: & M. ?: Paint in .1904. L. & M.
cobW $1.2.0 gallon. Sold by G. L.
Penn & Sos.
tamB?Kmmmmmmmmmwmmtwmmttmmwmu*. mitt --
?. ; lt is somt-what amusiug to see
uegr?es s'op in frout of the dis
pensary door and look longingly
the? at. The cloged dooi will eu
ablo many of them to spend their
scaut earnings more wisely luau
bas been their wont.
Messrs. B. L. Jones & Son are
making a reputation for them
selves as dealers in' horses. On
Thursday last they d 'livered in
Augusta a v. ry fine horse to Mr.
Warden Fair of Beech Island, the
purchase price being $275.
National Bed Springs are. the beat
ou the market. We have them in
iron and wood frame.
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
Large assortment of clocks
good tiree-keepers- at low prices.
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
Mr. J. C. Whitlock, a most ex
cellent citizen who resides in the
extreme edutbern portion of the
county near the Aiken line, was
iu cur office ou Friday. Mr. Whir
lock only conies to the counly seat
about once a year, and be 6ays
..hat he notices on each visit very
marked indications of growth in
and ?.bout our town.
"We notic?" with pleasure that
quite a number of persons residiug
three, four, five and even six miles
from Edgefield are in the habitof
coming in to attend the Sunda}'.
morning services that are" held in
the several churches of our town.
A very cordial welcome awaits
them at.each, and all of the Edge
Swift's, Baldwin's, Baugb's,
BradleyV, and Etiwan Guanos.
"You pays.your money and takes
W. W. Adams.
"Thirty cents a yard"-That's
a pre'ty low figuro for tobacco,
don't you think? A few dayB ago
~?s wo stepped into the "store of Mr.
W. L. Duuovant on the corner we
observed a long plug1 of tobacco
labelled "thirty cents a yard". r*or
a very small sum the. devotees of
the "golden weed" can chew and
spit to their hearts' content.
Fripud Brook's Dunovant will sell
you a yard or a whole bolt if you
^itb one hundred dollars in
cold cash at their command, it is
safe to say that the three talented
teachers of the graded school,
each possessed of exquisite taste,
will completely transform the in
terior of the public school build
ing, making of it a thing of beauty
auda joy forever to the pupils as
well as tbomselvds.
Prohibition may not prohibit
absolutely-nc law prohibits ab
solutely-but' it does reduce
drunkenness to a very large ex
ttjut. The dispensary has Leen
closed now more than a week, and
during that time we have noticed
that quite a number of habitual
driuk*rp, heavy drinkers, are
sober." A certain citizen, who lives
nearly a dozen miles from town
has been, prior to the closing of
the dispensary, in the habit of
diiuking until he was perceptibly
under the influence of liquor. Now
he leavos town for his home a
sober mau. The good fruits of
prohibition are easily discernible.
LesHous in vocal and in
strumental music, art, and canvas
painting, given by me at my home
ou Columbia street. Apply for
Mrs. John R. Tompkins.
On Friday last Mr. W. J.
McCarthy, che dispensary inspect
or, came over from Columbia and
checked up the ?fiairs of the
Edgefield dispensary, making a
complete settlement with Mr.
Wiun.'It is needless to add that
everything in connection with the
management was ' found to be
correct in every detail. The stock
of liquor, amouotiug to about
$1,50U worth, was shipped back
to Columbia, and would that it
could be dumpud into the Conga
ree river on its arrival.
When you want-the best smoke
in town try a "Franklin" or "Cin
P. P. BJalock, Jr.
Edgefield couuty real estate is
in demand. Mr. .L. F. Simpson,
foihierly of Greenville, who re
cently purchased the Bates place
tbreb miles north of Edgefield, has
just bought 400 acres of the Fox
land adjoining. This makes more
than 1200 acres that he now owns
in oue body. Mr. Simpsou has
some very - fine timber on bi?
plantation and it is his purpose
to cut about a million feet of lum
ber, beginning early in the spring.
Try a barrel of my guaranteed
flour at Five and a quarter per
barrel. Satisfaction or your mon?y
W. W. Adams.
This wiuter has thus far beeu
one of the mildest ou record
Along with wireless telegraphy
and horseless carriages it seems
that we are having a winterless
winter. January is nearing the
close and yet the ground has
not been entirely frozen-only
frozen in places. The leaves of a
China tree in the yard of Mr. D.
T. Grice are yet vigorous. These
trees are generally killed early in
thi fail. ,
Imported macaroni and best
cream cheese. .
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
Fresh supply of Lowuey's Cau
dies in packages and bulk.
Full stock hames, traces, and
all kinds of fanning implements.
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
Don't pay 1.50 a g&llou for oil
because labeled mixed paint. Oil
o?lv costs 60 cts.. a gallon. Buy
h. <fe M. Paint, and add oil. I
?i ca lites, pai<it coat 1.20 a gallon.
I Sold by G> L. Penn & Son.
? II IM.?.?? i.mum .dTnia IM.il i II
Rev. aDd Mrs. C. E'. Burts e
tertaiued at tea on Thursday eve
iog in honor of the resident mi
Some of the "boys" are eayii
that it wasn't exactly fair to clo
the dispensary without any wjir
iug at all. They expected a fu
days of grace in which to reple;
ish their wiue cellars.
Miss Chriftiue I. Tinling,
national organizer of the W. 0. '
U , will visit Edgefield on Februai
the 4th and. will deliver sever
addresses on temperance whi
here. We shall have more to Sf
of her work in our next issue.
For the purpose of organ izir.
a Chry santhemum association, a
ladies interested are requested t
meet at the home of Mrs. W. I
Cogburn on next Weduesda
afternoon at-3:30 o'clock. It i
proposed that this associatiou b
organized looking to a Fair nea
We solicit your prescriptio
business. Utmost care is exercise'
in compounding prescriptions am
only pure, fresh drugs are used
Our prices ara very reasonable.
G'. L.^Penn & Soo.
Handsome Lee Scott carno ti
see us while in Edgefield on Sat
orday. Lee is one of ' the fev
young men who attend Olemsoi
college and return home to taki
up the life of a practical farmer
Ho bas recently purchased a de
sirablo farm adjoiuing that of hil
father, and being brimming ful
of energy, perseverance, ando
I economic habits, he'is destined tc
own houses and lands and cattle
upon a thousand Clark's Hill
hills. Mark our prediction.
The ladies of the Presbyterial
church have made au SL during
reputation for themselves in the
matter of giving first-class en
tertainmentB. And we feel confi
dent that the one to be given al
the home pf Mr. and Mrs. W. W
Adame on Friday evening, Janua
ry the 26th, will not fall below the
?iga standard that they h a vt
hitherto set. Moreover, we be
lieve that the ladies will add nen
laurels to their -crowns by sur
passing themselves, if that be pos
You can't break Mitchell wagou
skeins. We guarantee them to be
of Heat maleable iron.
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE Co.
So far as our information goes,
Newberry county takes fee ribbon
in the number of western mules
purchased this year. The. dealers
in the town of Newberry have
already sold 275 mules this sea
son^ and it is conserv?t i ve\y esti
mated that the number will reach
500 before planting time. .The
average price has been about $200
per head, which will make $100,*
000 paid for western stock. Uulesd
cotton is 15 cents next fall where
will the farmers' profit come in?
It appears to us that our City
fathers could no where else spend
a dollar or two so wisely as at the
entrance into the college grove.
A very small sum would either
widen the entrance, or erect a
railing so as to make it impossible
for any one to drive off the pre
cipitous embankment. The coun
cil "has very thoughtfully and
wisely placed a street lamp near
by but that does not fully meet
the need. It seems to be the irony
of fate that when a light is most
needed it refuses, or fails from
lack of proper attention, to give
Seo our beautifully decorated
Toilet Sets before you buy.
RAMSEY & JONES.
There is nothing on the market
superior to a "White Dove" Ham.
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
One Hundred Dollars Raised.
Very ? delightful indued was
every feature bf the entertainment
at the college on Friday evening
iast. The Sunflower tlaywasa
very happy hit. The twenty-six
bright, beaming sunflowers Bang
beautifully, and little Miss Ellen
McKie aDd Master Willie Adams,
as Miss Cary and Mr. Tabor,
respectively, acted their perts in
amoBt charming manner. The
recitations by little Misses Flor
ence Peak and Nadeen Smith,
and Master William Ouzts, were
exceedingly well rendered. The
instrumental solos by Misses
Emily Tompkins, and Madge
Turner were very beautiful and
elicited much favorable commentj
The las*, number ou the program
was a recitation by Miss Nickles,
the talented elocution teacher.
The delightful supper whick had
beeu prepared in such great
variety and abundance was
quickly disposed of. The youna:
Iidy teachers realized about $100
net from the entertainment, which
will oe expended on the graded
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. Maye, J. L. Hart, S.
W. Williams and Hamp Smith are
now usiug Mitchell and OwenBboro
Wagons. Ask them about their
weak point before buying.
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
. L. & M. Paint. Lead and zinc
non-chalkable. Wears and covers
like gold. Sold by G. L. Penn &
"Model Queen" stoves stand at
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 on
We were almost persuaded that
the Advertiser had a flock of egg
leBS hens, but after much pettiDg,
coaxing begging, pleading abd
feediug, lasting through a period
of fc.ur louji mouths, three rooster?
aud'thirty-five heus, by a com
bined and Herculean effort,
brought'forth one egg. We arc
going to prevail upon Mrs. Joe
Mays to give us her recipe for
making hens lay. Hers- lay 365
days iu the year, never resting on
tb9 Sabbath, or even on the legal
Freih Jell-O, the popular table
delicacy, just received;
G. L. Penn & Sou.
In view of <he fact that we are
to nave perpetual summer-seem
ingly BO--Messrs. Timmons Bros.
have installed a largo and exceed
ingly handsome soda fountain, so
as tu be iu readiness to quench the
thirst of the th.rsty . when the
aeated term sets in. This ioantain
which is made ' of marble,, onyx
dud silver, surmounted by a large
Fitnch plate mirror of .very beau
tiful design, was purchased from
a large Pfciladelpbia manufacturer
Sow that South Caroliua has been
forced to close-her drink shops in
Edgefield the demand for soft
drinks will probably Oe increased,
but with three first-class fo.uutaios
in town uo one need suffer.
Armour's Guano Recommended.
To The Edgefield Mercantile Co.,
; Edgefield, S. C.
Last year I bought
)f you ll tons of Armour's Guauo
and I um pleaeed to say that it
proved highly satisfactory to me.
1 fouud it in good dry state, easily
handled' in distributors, and I
uevbr had better results froni fer
tilizers. Ou 3 acres of cotton 1
used your 9-3 3 African Cotton
Grower and I gathered from the
3 acres o. -cutton $270.00 worth of
lint aud seed. I recommeud a
liberal uee of these gooas, as it
pays for liberal uso.
W. Pat Johnson.
Programme of The Presbyterian
Entertainment to be Held at
The Home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. Adams on Friday
1. Instrumental Sole-Mr.
James T. Bacon.
2. Vocal Solo-Mrs. Johu R.
3. Instrumental Solo-Miss Par
4. Recitation-Miss Nickle?.
5. Instrumentai Solo-Miss
6. Iutjh-umental Solo-Miss King.
7. Vocal Duet-Misses Tomp
kins and Burgess.
8. Ins'rumental^ Solo-M?BS
9. Reiuta'ion-Miss Florence
10. Instrumental. S'JIL-Miss
v Part II.
1.Instrumental Duet-Rev. P.
P. Blalock and Miss Blalock.
2. Instrumental Solo-Miss
3. Instrumental Duet-MisseB
Landrum aud Caldwell.
4. Reading--Rev. C. E. Burts.
5. Vocal Solo-Miss Caldwell.
6. Instrumental Duet-Misses
7. Iu?trumenfal Sojc-Miss
8. Reading-Miss Nickles.
9. Instrumental Duet-Airs.
Mirna aud Mrs. Tillman.
Admission: Adults 25 ceuts,
children 10 cents. Exercises will
begin promptly at S o'clock.
It makes no difference what the
merits of a wagon are. You can
find one as good or botter. Try a
Mitchell or Oweusboro.
ELGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
|HE above picture of the
man and fish is the trade
mark of Scott's Emulsion,
and is the synonym for
strength and purity. It is sold
in almost all the civilized coun*
tries of the globe.
If the cod fish became extinct
it would be a world-wide calam
ity, because the oil that comes
from its liver surpasses all other
fats in nourishing and life-giving
properties. Thirty years ago
the proprietors of Scott's Emul
sion found a way of preparing
cod liver oil so that everyone can
take it and get the full value of
the oil without the objectionable
taste. Scott's Emulsion is the
best thing in the world for weak,
backward children, thin, delicate
people, and all conditions of
wasting and lost strength.
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & BOWNE, CHEMISTS
. 409-ilC PEA'?Tj S 7 EE ET, NEW XOBK
S0e. and $1.00. AU druggists.
Take. Penn's Bitters for th
liver. There is uothi<p bHter.
G. L. PENN & SON,
? Arp-tf?l?aous a?'c
cold weather breakfast
Made in the mon
ting" over night; nev
To make a perfe
a thousand other (
"Royal Baker and I
free to any address.
ROYAL BAKING POY*
Talk Up The Presbyterian Enter
The Presbyterian*}adies of our
town easily make up in quality
what they lack in Dumbers. These
good womeuare never idle, always
planoiDg for]or doing those things
that promote the cause of their
Master. They had a large part in
the recent repairs and genera)
renovation of their church build
ir g. Now they need additional
fonds to further prosecute their
work, and in order to raise thf
necessary means they will give an
entertainment on Friday evening
at the very elegant and commodi
ous home of Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Adams. An exceedingly elaborate
programme, consisting of vocal
aud instrumental music, readings,
recitations, etc., has been pre
pared. The programme poasesses
the spice* of varie!y. The pathetic
and humorous, the grave and the
gay, have been so interpersed that
there'will not be a dull or monoto
nous moment of the entire oveuing.
The intellectual feast, with itt?
accompanying social feature, is
all that the entertainment will
consist of. It will not be one of
those entertainments that cost a
quarter to get in and a dollar or
more to get out. No refreshmentp
will be served. Urge your friend"
Cerealite Top Dressing for
Grain, Cerealite for Corn aud Cot
ton Cheaper and better than
W. W. Adams'.
Mr. Griffin Commended For His
Prompt Payment of Loss.
Mr. C. A. Griffin,
Edgefield, S. C..
My dear Sir:
Tours of the 26th
msc. to hand, enclosing check in
full for loss on one tenant build
ing. Your prompt pa, ment 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 shoes
away but bring them to my shop
over the drug, s tore of Timmons
Bros., and let me half sole them.
Rubber heals neatly put on. All
J. R. KING
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Take LAXATIVE B1?OWO C?UIN
INE Tablets. All druggist refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on each
"WHY DO w:
We will have sample copies i
SEE THIS LIST: 20 1
catalog price, postpaid, and !
$1.70-all sent to you for $1
l Pkt. Z% oz. Red Valer tine Beans
[ " ,r Old Homestead Pole "
I Early Eclipse Beets
L " Alexander Suie-head Cabbage
1 " Charleston Wakefield "
I " Big Boston Lettuce
1 " Early White Bush Squash
t " Select. Aug, Kattlesnk. W. Mel.
I " Arlington wht. Spine Cucumbe
ll " Acme Tomato
If this list does'nt suit you, ma
log. If you have'nt one, write fot
Plante Bulbs. Poult
911 Broad Street,
Has Stood The
1 wholesome-a perfect
ling ; no yeast, no "?rt*
rer sour, never cause itt?
ct buckwheat cake, and
lainty dishes, see the
>astry Cook." Mailed
'DER COu NEV/ YOfUU
Tjje latest accessions to the mans
borship of the Commercial Club
are Dr. J. G: Tompttius. Dr. J. T.
Pattison, Prof. J. F. Entzmingor
and Mr. M. A. Watson. The per
sonnel of Edgefield's club will
compare very favorably with that
of any other club in the state.
Death of a Christian Woman.
In our Cold Spring letter Rev.
J. T. Littlejohn has written at
length of the death of Mrs. 0. 0.
Timmerman, whose spirit took its
flight to the God who gave it on
Satur day last.
The severing of earthly ties is
always sad, but when a young
mother is taken from little chil
dren the separation is unspeak
ably ead. In the home more than
anywhere else will this good wo
mau be missed. So gentle, so de
voted, so self-sacrificing-she wa?
as a ministering angel to her
sweet little children and devoted
May the Lord be tenderly near
them in this sad bereavement. v
Very Handsome Diners uphol
stered in panesote .at $11 per set.
EDGEFIELD MERCA.XTI.LK CO.
. SOMETHING THAT ATTRACTS
tile wise house-keeper must be some
thing more than "cheapness." We
could sell you
at lower prices than our present figure
but they 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
flavor and contain double the nourish
ment of the icwer priced articles.
Just received, Postum, Buckwheat,
Quaker Oats, Mince Meat, Pineapple
and all k.nds of staple GROCERIES.
JSflSTWe invite you to call.
JACKSON & JOHNSON,
NEAR NEW DEPOT.
JAS. S. BYRD,.
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
?j@fc0ffi2e over Post-Office.
JOH FOR $1?
We want to introduce our seed into ev
y home in the state. L'.cause they are
e best that can be grown. If you buy
ed there is no reason why you should
it buy ours. Because there is every
ason why you should. We offer a spe
al inducement: With an order for one
illar's worth we give a ve?r's subscrip
)n to the SOUTHERN RURALIST,
e best Farm, Garden and Poultry
per in the South.
nailed. Ask for it, it will pay.
ull sized packages $i.20 at
Southern Ruralist, 5ocrs, total
.oo if you mention this paper.
.10 1 Pkt. Southern Curl Mustard 5
10 1 " White Velvet Okra 5
5 1 " Imprvd bashaw Pumpkin 5
5 I ,, Danvers Hulf-Iong Carrot 5
5 1 " Australian Brown Onions 5
5 1 "3y< oz Prem Ex Early Peas 10
5 1 " Long Scarlet Radish 5
10 1 " Sel. Rocky Ford Cantelo'p r
r5 1 " Ruby King Pepper R
6 1., Six-Ear Corn lt;
ke you own selection from our cata
. it at once. It is free.
R SEED CO.
yearSj the best Seed,
Test 25 Years
tey. 50 cesta, . 1
To the Planters of Edgefield County:
Baldwin's Fertlizers have stood the test of six
teen years in our county, its most liberal buyer**
and best friends of to-day, are the planters who
have used it contiually since its introduction in 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,
who will give you the secret of making a bale to the I
acre. . B'
i agaa regroa?^rav^ ^mwsaamE&i
January Clearance Sale.
e have just token an inventory and find that our ClothiDg
stock is heavier than we wish it to be.
lu order to reduce same we hive decided to make the following1
pricee for the next >'
FIFTEEN DAYS ?
All $10.00 Suits - - - - now $8.50
. All 12.50 Suits - --- now 10.50 .
All 15.00 and $16.50 Suits - 12.50
What we have left in Boys' Clothing will be sold at
10% off on all Blankets and Comforts ;??r<
The above reductions will be made to cash customers only. ? '
$?F~Give us a call within the next 15 days and take advantage
of these low prices.
G. E. MAY.
Within the next week we will have a
of White Linens, White Waistiugs and Suitings, for
the carly sdring .trade.
We contracted for these goods last summer, conse
quently at much lower figures than-the same goods'
would sell at now.
. NEW GOODS
in all staple lines coming in this week to tone up stock
after the holidays.
J AS. E. HART
'Get your Laundry in Tuesdays,
Use All Animal Matter Ammoniates
High Grade Fertilizers'!
Office 911, 012, 913 Prudential Building,
TO FARMERS : For Cotton cultivation, a reliable f?rtil
ser made strictly from ALL ANIMAL MATTER AMMONIATEC?
Dried Blood and meat and boneTaukage, should be used. We
use nothing else as au ammouiate. Swift's Reliable fertilizers
will not eat the roots of plauts in dry weather nor leach in
net weather, which c~an be
attributed to Cotton Seed
Write us for our new
1905 booklet. Our fertil
izers are dry and suitable
for Drilling and always
uniform in quality. Use
Palmetto High-Grade 8-3
3, Plauter's 8-2-2 for cot
ton and corn cultivation.
For Sale By W. W. ADAMS,Edgefield, S. C.
We thank you for the liberal patronage of the past year. We are
now offering the remaiuder of our winter Clothing and Underwear
at very low figures. Call on us. We can show you better than we
can tell you.
JIL.. Hart & Co.
[J^fNext to post-office,
says the doctor to many of his lady patients, because he doesn't
know of any medicinal treatment that will positively cure womb or
ovarian troubles, except the surgeon's knife.
That such a medicine exists, however, has been proved by the
wonderful cures performed on diseased women, In thousands of
It has saved the lives of thousands of weak, sick women, and
has rescued thousands of others from a melancholy lifetime or
chronic invalidism. It will cure you, if you will only give it a chance.
Sold at every drug store in $ 1.00 bottles. Try it.
WRITE US A LETTER
freely and frankly, In strictest confi
dence, telling us all your troubles.
We will send Free Advice (in plain,
sealed envelope). Address: Ladies'
Advisory Dept., The Chattanooga
Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
GAVE UP SUPPORTER
"I wore a supporter for years, for
my womb, which had crowded every
thing down before it, writes Mrs. S. J.
Chrisman, ofMannsvilte, N. Y. *M suf
fered untold misery and could hardly
walk. After taking Cardui I gave up
my supporter and can now be on my
feet half a day at a time."