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SIX MONTHS 75
, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 7, 1906
When a. proud man thinks
best of himself, then God and
man think wa rat of aim.-HOR
One fea ture of the work of the
?agricultural department iu Wash
ington for the past year was the
introduction of new plants, trees,
etc. Among those introduced is a
in?w orange that can be grown suc
cessfully 300 or 400 miles north
of the orange belt in Florida. Who
knows but that Edgefield's bill?
will yet be producing the golden
fruit, also orauge blossoms iu
ab undance for Hymen's purposes.
It is gratifying to see that th?
municipal screws are being tight
.cued in .those towns that have
voted put.the dispensary. Hereto
fore, the?fine for "plain . drunks"
in Spartanburg has been $2.50,
but now the mayor makes then
plank down $5. He is confident
; that the person arraigned bas pur
chased the booze from a tiger and
is -therefore a party to the viola
tion of law or has imported the
\. liquor, thereby setting others b
According to a dispatch to one
;;of the daily papers, Saluda pub
lishes to tho world that DOW and
henceforth the motto, of her peo
.ple will be, "No whiskey." It mat
tera not whiit tho outcome ol
legislation upon' tho subject will
,be . the redonbtablo Saludiant
have rosolved to "stand pat" upon
their present platfurm of "nb
liquor." A high stand this. -We
commend the good citizens of the
.Cdaughter county aud pledge that
the mother's example will also be
? a worthy one.
Senator Cole L. Blease, m >mber
of the dispensary investigating
^committee, says* the amount be
^received was $299.75. We do not
believe his services worth tbie
amount or any part of it, and in
justice to the state he ought to
ask the Benate to fill a vacancy on
: the committee.-Chester Lantern.
With adverse criticism, similar
to the foregoing, coming fiom
every quarter., of th6 state,. Mr.
r. Blease, who is a candidate for
0governor,imust be a ?nan of con
X Bideiable "nerve" if he can. con-.
b^mplatei:v4fae .coming campaign
: without .the: gravest apprehens io?>'
It ia to be: hoped that the bill
-which Congressman Aiken has
1 - iaiioduced, providing for the in
crease of the salary of rural free
" delivery mail carriers to $900 per
; annum, will become a law. The
carrier? who mako their daily
^rfounds over bad roads, through
^ fair weather and foul, should be
',. well paid. Furthermore, it wijl in
crease the amount of money that
is paid out in tho south from the
national treasury. The southern
people will gladly take all that
_y can be "honestly obtained.
Causo ol Congested Courts.
That the proper administration
of justice in. South Carolina has
been retarded by congested calen
dara of the courts there can be no
question. With the hop1} of re
lieving this condition, the legis
lature of 1905 created two addi
. tional circuits and elected two
moro judges. Despite this enlarge
ment of the court machinery there
are ever and anon requests for
extra terms of court.
In discussing a measure that
has been introduced in the legis
lature, saving fonts purpose the
repeal of the law providing for
- these extra'sessions, Senator Hud
son, himself an ex-judge who wore
tie ermine with- honor and dis
tinction, used the followirg
" language,whicb coming from so ex
cellent an authority, is deserving
of more than passing notice:
"Judges are entirely too lenient
with lawyers, too accommodating
and often seeking the good will of
the bar rather than looking after
*the;real business of courts. The
dilatory methods now a custom
are a shame to the state and the
profession. So long as judges in
dulge lawyers in long-winded
speeches and dilatory tactics so
long will business be delayed.
Reformation is sadly needed."
Senator Hudson has placed the
blame where it properly belongs
Upon the judges and lawyer.-,
jurors are often criticised-some
times justly, at other times un
justly-but in this matter the
lau lt is nor with them.
If the judges would couduct
Ibe business of the courts with
reasonable dispatch., requiring
lawyers to be ready with tb'dr
caseB when they are called, not
:granting.a postponement or con
tinuance upon some flimsy ex
cuse, there would not any longer
be congested calendars or - a need
for otb?.-, t lian the regular terms
f co'&rt. Even the latter could
_ often be phortei ed, ? hereby effect
ing a saving to the taxpayers, '
Consistency Preferable to Gain,
The liqour dealers of Augusta
have been unusually active since
the dispensary was voted out?
using every means possible to
tempt those who have formed the
.liquor habit to purchase whiskey
from them. Being unable to reach
the people through all of the
papers of the county, sone of the
dealers have tacked signs here and
there to entrap the uuwary. Were
we disposed to do so, we couLd
reap a rich harvest of shekels
from these dealers by publishing
their advertisement . A stout re
fusal is given all such proposi
tions, howeve* temptisg.
' We advocated the votiDg out of
the dispensary and continue.tc
stand for sobriety and the sup
pression of the liquor traffic. How
inconsistent then it would be 01
?B to espouse the cause of certain
dealers,^ exploiting the merits of
I he ir liquors.
What would be your opinio'u ( f
an individual who would walk
the streets holding aloft two
placards to public gaze: oue ot
which advocated prohibition, an?
on th? other was emblazoned an
urgent appeal to parcha se such
and-such brand of liquor from
Mr. So-and-So. Were we to pre?
the claims of prohibition in om
column aud then iu another urg'
the purchase of certain Jiquon
the Advertiser would be :n tb
unfortunate plight o? the mai
with the antipodal placard?.
By advertising liqu. r we would
iocrease the jug trade; if m
did not WH wouI'd be taking tb<
dealers'^ money without givinp
Call For Mass Meeting?.
Editor of Advertiser: The com
mittee of ten appointees by th?
meeting cf our citizens held anver
a' weeks ago in the court hous<
to inqnire and report what it wit
probably cost to establish W* e
Works aud Electric Ligb?s in our
town, have obtaiued information
sufficient to enable us to determim
what our act iou. in reference t<
*aid matters should be.
We therefore respectfully re
quest all the citizens of our town
who feel interested in the prog
ress of our community and the
prosperity of our people, to as
semble in our court house at foui
o'clock on Friday, the 9th iost,
to receive the report which th?
committee^deBires to submit, con
cerning tho matters so referred to
it. We-hope io see a large number
of our citizens attend this meeting.
J. C. Sheppard,
Chairwan-Com m i ttee.
Just three months until the
meeting of the Southern Baptist
con ventr?n. Let each church in
t-heEdgeneld association make'an
earnest effort for Home "and For
eign missions at once.
We are glad to see that a war
has. started in our colleges against
foot and base ball. We never tried
to play but one game of foot ball
aud wo did not get through that
game. Our shirt and collar were
about torn off and our nose wa?
bleeding so we concluded to let
foot ball alone." I believe ever>
college ought to have a good gym
nasium and there would be no ex
cuse for foot and base ball as ex
Some of our farmers are blue
otrer the drop off in cotton. If cot
ton goes back to twelve cents
again we will put our entire crop
two bales-on the market.
Miss Anna Johnson sent us J
lemon of her own raising tba'
weighed at least one pound. It ?
said.that this variety of lemons
has been .raised to weigh two and
a half pouuds.
Mr. J. Milton Bushey has re
signed a good pouition in Green
ville to come home to farm. Wi
are glad to wp 1 come Milton back
Tho good people of Red Hil)
will soon paint their church. It
will be one of the best churches
iu the county when finished. Rose
Cottage is now being painted
Mr. J. H..Bussoy has the finest
orchard in our county. He haB had
the orchard "trimmed up" and
Tho ladies' convention that was
organized last May, auxiliary to
the Edgefield association, will
meet again in May> We hope that
each Missionary B02?6ty in the
association will see that they are
Miss May Bell Strom has gone
to southwest Georgia to teach
school. She will be away uutiJ
Mis9 Wynona Strom has goue
to Aisen. She will take a course
in music while there.
Miss Julia Strom is visiting
friends in Aiken. W i shall all miss
these young people.
Miss Alma Williams vi ited
Miss Mary Cheatham last w>ek.
Miss Julia Talbert, of Rehoboth,
fell last week au1 spra ned her
foot and has suffered very much
Miss Carrie Talbert who is
teaching at McCormick spent
Saturday and Sunday with her
mother. We do not know of a
youug lady who is mon devoted
to her mother than Miss Carrie
Mies Tillie Gilchrist, who ia
t^tichii ga flouiishing school near
Mr. Crum Jack'on'a, spent Satur-'
day aLd Suniay with hom" folks
ROSE COTTAGE. . |
Go to th* planing isUVfor ahiu
gl'-.-, nc. 1 ano no. 2.
FAULKNER & CATO.
Important Meeting at Leesville.
- One of the leudinu. citiztns.ol
Le eville has cent us the following
notice for publication: Thf-r-? will
be a meeting at Leesville on Thurs
day, February loth, at 10 o'clock
a. m , of citizens!from N>jw Brook
land,'Lexington, Barr's, Gilben.
Summit,. Leesville, ^B?te&U?rgj
Monetta, Ridge Spring, Wards.
Johnston, T rei. ton, Edgefield aucl
Saluda-to confer with Mr. Janes
U. Jackson in refrreiice to mut
and extension if trolly car )in<
from Augutta to Columbia.
Two Charming Little Hostesses.
The party given by little Mis
sea Elizabeth and Anna Holling!
worth on Friday evening last in
cunplinient to their little friend:
easily c cl i i see ali other childre i
parties ever given in this vicinity;
A more suitable place than the
beautiful country home of Mr. and
Mrs. D. B.. Hollingsworth, with
it6 Jong piazzas, broad balls and
spacious pari? rs, could scarcely
be found. Ali parental rc-strai t
wes withdrawn for a season, am
while these little, folks dauc.ed
and romped" and frolicked and
played at will they deported them
selves as little ladies and li til?
gentlemen. Those whose eyes be
held tin table, with every imagi
nable delicacy upon it, and the
very unique di-coratious have pro
nounced it ?to I e a marcel oi: beair
ty..A veritable v.ed?ing feast wan
prepared for the little folk?, lo
whom the occasion will ever be a
pleasant memory. *
Chrysanthemum Assoziation Or.
Pin suant to the onno?Mcm?ni
si iii-' of E.igefield's leadi.rg il wer
41-n.vi re met nt the home of Mrs.
VV. B. CogUtrn on Wtd >?.*d>i)!
afieriiooii last and formally ?r
g ? ii Curysanl hemuin i>: >. cia
ti >u by tice" :ng Mrs. W. ll. Co'g
baru pr .Hd.Mji, and i\liso (?race
Tjm,'X.n> secretary. An ox'Civtive
com ni i > H Q consisting nf I'oJ - j
low ' g f.-iies was elec ed : Mes
d.n;'-> .?I. A. T?! y lor, Ma^gi- T.
.Jti ? J.,hi, Jl. f .hip':ins *'. E.
i..y i.nd MiS? A''?:!i.H '?-..J i oh.
i'?O T ?r;> .Va o.' iii-' '.rgr.niz :ion
16 lo encourage the cultivation:of,
Jbryranfheinunifi with the view
A huid lng .? Fair n-x: fall. B*ver
A prizes will bi awarded to those
.vboguwlbe tiuert chryeairtbi
murna Ti e object for holding the
t^uir is to raia? money with wo ich
o imp?o/elbe vil^ge o?-ineti;ry.
Every lady who will-especially
.hose who aro fond of Howers and
their cul.ure-is r> quested and
urged to become a metul>er cf Hie
iBeOciation. Tnere are un du-?S or
initiation fee. AH thai is nec?t?sa
i-y to become a memb.-r is to send
your name to Miss Grace Tomp
kins, the secretary, asking thal ii
Entertainment of The Episcopal
For some moi tbs the ladies.of
the Episcopal church have Jabor
jd unceasingly to raise fund3 lo
complet? the repairs on their
church. For the purpose of in
creasing this fund Mr?. -Tarley bas
been invited te bring her "Wax
Figger8" to Edgefield, and give an
exhibition in our opera- house.
Mrs>Jarley has consented, aud
she and Isaac aod John and little
Nell will show the liFiggers" hi
said opera house on Friday even
ing, February 16th. On this oc
casion. Mrs. Jarley will introduce
vo the Edgefield public George and
Lady Washington, The Pnnc -fs
Eua, Mrs. Carrie Nation, the
Heaveuly Twins, th?- Gold Dust
Twins, Supervisor D P. Sel'g
(Ji.cle Sam, the Star Spangleo
Banner, Dixie, the Chewiug Gum
Girl, tho'Candy Boy, Little Red
aiding Hood and the Wolf, Bu?
i r Brown and Tige, the Godd. to
of Liberty, Madame Adelina Patti,
Pepita and Farialetta, the rop>
dancers, Signor Ma; "Hi, the
[eniuent viol i nit, Cliu?iug to tin
Uros?, the Four Seasons, the Pugi
list, F0II3', Nigbt, Esmeralda.
Some of the vpry best local tal
ent 11 ave piom neut par's i;
fae play and it is certain to b>
more thoroughly enjoyed than ar>
many that are presented by ver\
pretentious trjupes of the world
wide reputation. We 6hali write
more fully of Mrs. Jarley n-xt
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news
papers is sure to know of the wonderful
cures made by Dr.
\ Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
j the great kidney, liver
^ and bladder remedy.
jj: It is the great medi
cal triumph of the nine
fin rV teenth century; dis
, K l covered after years of
jUyH scientific research by
fl Dr. Kilmer, the emi
nent kidney and blad-'
der specialist, and is
wonderfully successful in promptly curing
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou
bles and Bright's Disease, which is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec
ommendedforeverythingbut if you havekid
ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found
just the remedy y ou need. 11 has been tested
in so many ways, in hospital work, in private
practice, among the helpless too poor to pur
chase relief and has proved so successful in
every case that a special arrangement has
been made by which all readers of this paper
v/ho have not already tried it, may have a
sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
telling more about Swamp-Root and hov/ to
find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
When writing mention reading this generous
offer in this paper and
send your address to i
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing-1
hamton, N. Y. The
regular fifty cent and Homo ons??amp-noot
dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.
Don't make any nrstnl r>, bu'
remember Ihe name, Sv-j nip
Root, Dr. Kilmer's F v.- a inp- Toot,
and the address, Birghaml?r?, N.
Y*., or pvcrv bottle.
Are as good as the best BO years in
business is our jruarantee.
P. J. BERCKMANS CO., (Inc.)
Fniiitand Nurseries. AUGUSTA. CA.
*W aw? in Treca and Shrubs. ' Established 1856.
Jomm MI Uol?l" ?vr> th'J C'uS'a!
Many Serious Diseases.-' -
Physicians who heve gaine I a
national r?putation as analysts of
the C:iu?e of various disease?,
claim ?bat if catching cold could
be avoided a long ?ist of danger
ous ailments wnp ld neverbe heard
of. Every one knows that pneu mo
nia and consumption original*
from a cold, and chronic catarrh,
bronchitis, and all tlnoat' and
lung troulile ure aggravated and
r< nder<'d more ?erious by each
frerb attack. Do not risk your
life or luke chances when you
haven cold. Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy will cure it before thVet
diseases develop. 'J his remedj
contains no opium, morphine pi
other harmful drug and has thir
ty y.ars of refutation back of i",
gained by it's cures under even
condition. For Rale G. L. Peun &
Son Medicine Dealein.
You can't break Mitchell wagon
skein?. We guarantee them to bf
of best maleable iron.
EnoEFiELn MERCANTILE CO.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF EDGEFIELD.
By J.D. Al!.-n, Esq.. Probate Jud ce
Whereas, IV. TL Cogburn, Cleric o!
Couti- derelict made suit to me, t?
g ant him letters of ad-ministration
o the estate ?ind effects of George
?V. Crouch deceased.
Thfse are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and Creditors of the paid Geor?,r
iv. Crouch deceased, that they
bc and ar.pear before me, ir
?hi ou ri: of Probit?, to bo held at
Edg<>lHd, ll.,S...- on thc Util day
of ?Vb next, after publication there
of, at ll o'c'ock i ir tlie for noon, ?o
show cause, if any they have, why the
9?id administration shcild not be
Given under my Han V, th:3 2Slh daj
of Deo. 1905.
D. A Li.EX. P E. C.
A Guaranteed Cure for Piels
Itching, Blind, P.cedmgor Protru
ding Piles, Druggists r-fur.d-iii'onc
if H \ 7.0 OIN TM KNT fails to cur.
in ? io 14 ila vs 50it.
L's ce Curtains, P .r'.ieres. and
Pablo Covers, al! styW; size's ann
prie-s at ?'..?? 1
Ei.ljj;? ?idd 3i" rcantiV: C?urjniiy.
hen placing your Insjif-jj
ance give me ii call. I rjep-?!
resent a ver} strong lino if'.5
|F>I-3*)B? - - -
Insurance Companies, our
Agent for the Kew Tear
[iv?JB^J? - - - ~
, Insurance Co; r will 'ap-!?
prec?ale a sLare of yourbusi A
, ne*s, I can bc found at ruy]
oiiiee-OHii:? No. 2---over Bank pf;
Edge fi cid. -
jj 'J *. Til C??, XMIM^;
BUI LDIN.G ; M ATERIA L.
SEND US YOUR-ORDEpF.OT.I
D??ICK, IiI]H? CE??EJ?T,'Bill
Weean supply youf needs at ;
the New Depot.
Jackson & Johnson
On thc 23rd day of February 19CG
in the office of the Judge of Probate
for Edgelield County, S. C., .the. un
>l?rs;ii?nei? will make a final f?ttlernent
no the estate of Mrs, Adaline A. De
Vore deceased. And atibe same time
will apply for a final discharge from
his trust as Executor of said estar?.
\V. L. DAKIEL.
A given numbe
greater yield of col
Farmers' Bone do
the acreage and 3
For Salo By '
.'. (.. , ti . -. Uli ?J , . ' .- ti|> "'
??i iHil m yali'Mite al $11 pt-r a- t.
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
for Gasoline En
gines, Steam En
gines, Saw Mills.
Cotton Gins, Presses etc.
E J. ti ORR IS
& COR LEY,
Appointments at Trenton
on Wednesdays. *
Oro\7fi .ind Bridge Work a Special
si? Ijrbail ?\tvet.
\\. il. rut'-NG, -
ll'?., WLICT:::, .
- Casa ?tr
m\ V l N O' S ACCOUNTS SOi.ICTTJili
'? interest Paid on deposits,
ij J AV" U '. rtY ANO .J U.I.Y,, jj
! l?ate i% . jv
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
State and County Depository.
Di Ii Xs. TORS.
J. C. Sil KITA !!!>,' W. vr. A'B AA! I*,
J. H. itO.l'KNIGHT. T. If ?'Ital.N? KO rf i?
.J. J!, COBB, A. h. HOLLAND,
A. s, To.vrKi.vs, t! KUM.KU,
V?. K; i 'KKSCOTT;
OF TU EAS.
./. C. SM EPPAilI?, rresid??t.
W. W. ADAMS, Vioe-Prerident.
E. J. .Mi.MS, Cashier
ll. A U.KN, Ass't Cashier.
Pays interest o'n deposita by special
ii o i? ny to loan on liberal term.-.
Prom pt and p?>I i to attention to bus
YOUR Account Solicited.
' If your eyes are worth
ia\in.o' they arc worth.'savinsf.
Do so wi.h tie right ?kind of
2 Cases of Spring Pr:
2 Cases of Ginghams:
4 Bales ot Brown 4-4
Special Values in 4-4 a
4,000 Yards of Embroi
We always have what
|]g?~'Coat's Spool Getto
r of acres fertilized with Farmer:
tton, than the same acreage with
es more than that. It makes it
increase the yield. Try it this
, Made With Fish
ears of fertilizer experience bael
Royster fertilizers were used on
;siness stamps Farmers* Bone th
30K AT ms imm YEARS' RECO?
if sf is mm s
Fho Ecfefield Mercar
fias dtuod the Test 25 ?eai:
The old, original GROVE'S l'astelest
Uhill Tonic. You know what you are
taking;, lt is iron and quinine in a
tasteless form. No cure, no p ty, irOc.
The Auditor's office will bi' open to
rec*i.v? lax returns of all personal
md real property from the 1st of
January to tile 20th of February 1936
All persons owning or having con
rol ot.property are required hy law
o return the same for Taxation at it*5
rue value in money to the o'' -o
auditor under oath *b -tween '.ie IPI
f January and tba 2Uth of Ftoruary;
? Iter which date ihe Auditor is re
juired to add fO percent to the. value
jf "all property not returned.
All Male Citizens between the ages
if 21" and 60 years except those ex
jressly exempt by law are- deemee
r will be at the following places OD
che dates mentioned to receive tas
Trenton, Tuesay Jan. 9th
lohnston, Wedesday Jan. lOrh
v rt hur Herring's st ore Thursday Jar
?SImwood, Friday Jan. 12th
'leasant I.ane..Saturday Jan. 13th
.'. Y. Quarles, Monday, Jan, 15th
.ongmires,Tuesday Jan. 16th
Mum Branch, Wednesday ?an. 17th
?arksviilH, Thursday Jan, ISth
Jodee, Friday Jan. 19th.
?ark's Hill, .Saturday Jan. 2)th.
Valter Cheatham's, Monday Jan 22nc
Ropers X roads, Tuesday Jan 23rd
.olliers, Wednesday Jan. 24th
tied Hili, Thursday Jau. 25th
At Edgcfleld 0. H. from Jan. 26H
February 20th inclusive. Afie
tvhrch date 50 pei cent penalty wi!
J. B H ALT WANGEE.
JAS. S. BYRD,
J DGEFIELDJ S. C.
??g?-Office over Post-Office.
Sf Cai KT BIKO TT A T A'?'lEAd 'S i
Ihe wise house-keeper must be som<
tliins more than ''cheapness" VV
could sell you
at lower prices than our present figu? ?
hut "hey would be "cheap" gonds am
i he chances are that'you would nt.
Better to buy these goods becau
i hey aro of sterling quality, have fini
flavor and contain double the nourish
meut of. 'he. < wer priced articles.
Just received, Postum, Buckwheat
Quaker Oafs, Mince Meat, Pineapp'
a:.d ali k.nds of staple GROCERIES
.' ?ggg^W"? invit? you to cal h
JACKSON ? JOHNSON,
NEAR NEW DEPOT.
Sheeting and Plaids,
nd 10-4 Sheetings,
clerics at 5 and io centss.
n wholesale at 5octs per doz.
s' Bone produce a
possible to reduce
year. The man
k of him. Over
the crops of \ 905.
e Macon, Ca.
OF EDGEFIELD S. C.
STATE AND COUNTY DEPOSITORY
THE LARGEST AND STRONGEST BANK IK ED 2
Paid up Capital. $ 68,000.00
Surplus and Undivided-Profits. SSiOOO-OO
Liability of Stockholders.-.- 58,000.00
Protection to depositor s. %1SB9000.00
' We i s vite attention of those desiring * safe depo iitoryfo.- their Boney ?o t*e *???.
facts. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS BY 1 ?C. PACT.
Under provision of its charter this bank is -Authorized to act an trastee, guardias
dtninistrator and executor, and to accept and e zecnte trust* generally.
A. E. PADGETT, President T. H RAINbFORD, Vice-Pres.
W. ll, HAULING, Cashier. . VT. A. BYRD, Asst. Cashier.
Announces ju?t a laste of Spring for
MONDAY, FEB. the 5th -
31 lu cb Persian Lawn at 8? cents per yard (quantity limited).'
40 " Very Sheer Lawn at ll yarJs to the dollar(limitel).
90 " Irish Linen Sheeting $1.25 per yard.
Linen Waisting 20 and 25 cents per yard.
Linen Lawn 75 and 85 cents per yard.
Kio Line of Embroidery material and Fletcher's Floss.
The reliable HUMANIC Vici Shoes gor M?n.
The W. H. TURNER Box Calf and Vici Blucher for Boys
Snappy QUEEN QUALITY and Reed's dainty Spring Slip
pers und Shors now on exhibition.
Call and soe these Creations of Beauty and Merit.
THE CORNER STORE,
W. H. TURNER,
?UH wu mini II III i i'm winni
WE ARE OFFERING TO THE TRADE THIS -YEAR
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 in the P?
.ROYS TE R'S CELEBRATED BRANDS. The most popu
lar in the Sou!h.
ARMOUR'S BLOOD AND BONE MANURES. Have no.
rqual for merit.
^GEORGIA CHEMICAL WORKS. Well known to our
ASHEPOO, STONO, AND NAVASSA GOODS. The three
oldest manufacturers in tbe Fertilizer business.
LEE'S PREPABED AGRICULTURAL LIME. For the
prevention of mst and shedding in cotton.
COTTON SEED MEAL. GERMAN KAIN1T, NITRATE
OF SODA, MURIATE OF POTASE AND BLOOD.
We tbtiuk our farmer friends for the liberal patrouage given'
us for the past two years.
We soljcit their i atronage for the year 1906.
The Edgefied Mercantile Company/
Southern States Phosphate
& Fertilizer Co.'s goods.
P. & F.
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Augusta High Grade,
Acid of Al[ Grades.
These goods are now in warehouse ready for delivery.
We are headquarters for
good shoes f 3r Men and
Women and children.
Try a pair of ourCrossett
Shoes for Men and you wiH
wear no others.
RIM & mm
I am now offering some
In Winter Goods of all
?^""G-et first choice by
calling at once.
vDVERTlSER BUILDING, - - EDGEFIELD, S. C.
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Laxative Rromo Atiinine
Mee^gaass- WSBISISS ?(5*
Omm A ?@H in One Day, Grip ra Two.
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