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WEDNESDAY, FEB. 28, 1906.
Send U8 your orders for job
printing of nil Binde.
Sam Jones say?, "Dr. Willits is
a sui:beam by daylight and an arc
light Fy night."
Miss-Ida Norris, of johuBbn,
has btpn the guest of b?r cousin,
Mrs. J. H. Tillman, for several
Dr. J. N. Cnfton and Miss
Kate Addison, of Collier, were
welcomed visitors to our oi'y ob
Mrs. F. W. P. Butler is sojourn
ing in ' Columbia with her aunt,
Mrs. Wilie Jones, for several
Ccfalite, Cer-'a'.ite, Cerealite.
Ask W..W- Adams about it.
The great bargains that are to
be found upon Mr. C. E.May's
10 cents counters will surprise
Full Eh ck him-s. t.-ac^s, aol
all kinds of farming implements.
P. *? Blalock, Jr.
Mrs. D. T Mathis, of the Col-1
lier section, visited her daughter.
Miss Nona, who ia a student at
the college, on Saturday last.
Mr. Charles Strom, who is now
a salesman of the Corner Stt.re, ic
rapidly ; making friends. The
young ladies already have their ?
eyes and affections centred upon
Lee's Prepared Agricultu
'to prevent Rust and
in cotton. For sale by
dgefield Mercantile Co.
We direct attention to the new
and attractive advertisement of
Mr. E. J. Norris on ourfronr page.
He will .insure your life, your
house, your, horses and mules,
also sell your real estate. -
Rev. Marvin Auld has requested
us to announce that Rev. S. H.
Zimmerman, of Columbia, will
fill his regular appointments on
See our Special bargains in Pur
Wbito Linen shirt waist goods
and new Merceriz?d white goods.
J. M. Cobb.
Miss Jenu:e Pattisou came up
from Ward's and spent Saturday
witn the homefolk8. Not oueof|
Edgefield'fc fair daughters is more
popular or more generally beloved
Bradley's, and Etiwan Guauos.
"You pays your money and takes
W.~ W. Adams.
Miss Florence Rogers, a very
gentle, aniable and lovable young
lady of Sooiefy Hill, S. C" is the
guest ot Miss Fffie Sheppard, who
will eutertaiu a number of friends
this (Tuesday) evening in her
Raise Fice Cbickeps: I breed
Barred Plymouth Rocks only.
My Hen9 ara purest breed ; my
Cocks are diroct from Lancaster,
Pa., and are very fine. Will sell
eggs for $1.00 for 13-.
J. P. BATES.
Have you seen the very beauti
ful pictures rhat Messrs. Jones &.
Sou are giving away absolutely
free? Call at their store and ask
about them, also about a dinner
set that they are goon to give
PRESCRIPTIONS our special
ty. We solicit vour Prescriptions,
dav or night.
'WE GUARANTEE pure drugs,
accurate compounding, and rea
W. E. LYNCH & CO.
Junt "?'VMVfl a large s\ock of
ILini's, Trac?p, Back-b..iids, Plows
atol Plow Stock?. My priced.fire
v rv reason), bip. [>f ni" supply
P. P. Blalock. Jr.
'FOR .SALE : One g. od baggy
mira. For further information
apply at this i ffic<?.
^ The PvrtJon for gardening is
here. WP ht ve a Full aud Fresh
Assortm-i.t of Buist's Gard-n
Se-ds of all kinds. There are none
b*-tter bu>the market. Let us sup
G. L. PENN & SON
WANTED:-A plow band for two
m>t.ths. Will pay extra wages
that ti i P. Inquire of
Wi J. Gaines,
Tienloo, S. C.
rr?>h CHiimd good* of all ki id?
at vp ry rea?nn?Hi<> price?. Your
P. P..B!alock, Jr.
D?crated lioilwt S?-ts at $2.50
.Edgi-field Mercantile Com pan/.
?ipr our b'"au'i'llUv d'-roratpd
Toilet Snts before yon bm.
RAJWPEY & JONES.
Roll foiit and head, quarter^
pawed POIid oak 70 inch Bfds for
$8.00. Roll f?otand head, quarter
sawed, polished panels 84 In. beds
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
See-d lnsh Potatoes tu all the
Ipadiiig and popular varieties
Ros9, Goodrich, Peerless. Bliss
just received direct from th
celebrated Buist farm.
. G. L. Peuu & Son.
A fuil assortment of all kinds
of legal blanks for sale at the
Mrs. L. R. Bruusou and Mies
Ellie Mime were among the visi
tors to our town ou Saturday last.
Those who sppreciato a high
class entertainment ?houid not
fail to hear Dr. VVjllils on Tues
day evening u- xt.
Mrs. Hal tie Lanham spent
Saturday and Sunday in Aiken
with Mrs. W. H. Dorn, wh 'se con
dition is much improved.
.Large assortment of clocks
good time-keepers-at low prices.
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
If you want your shoes repair
ed properly, making them almost
as good as th.? day they left the
manufacturer, send them to Mr.
J. R. King. All work guaranteed.
Hon. J. C. Sheppard will re
turn to-day from a trip of ton
days spent in Louisville, Little
Rock, St. Louie and other western
cities in the' interest kof the
Knigh?s of Honor. -
Miss Julia Haltiwanger, one of
the efficient teachers of the Tren
ton high school, made her usual
week-eud trip to Edgefield, spend
ing Saturday and Sunday with the
We are showing a very strong
line pf Children's School Shoes,
also a beautiful line of Misses'
aud Ladies' Dress Shoes.
J. W. Peak.
Mr. Janna .H. Keunerly and
Miss.Kate Tompkius visited the
home of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brun
"son on Friday last. Miss Cleora
returned with them aud rpmaiuod
Use Peruvian Guano, a uatura.
fertilizer, best by test ai.d pr< ot
For sale by
The Edgefield Mercantile Co.
There premises to be "something
doing" in the old town on Monday
next. It is sale8day and the fir^t
day of the spring terra of court.
Doubtless a tremendous crowd
will throng our streets. Great
droves of horee traders will come
hither with their ambling bones.
Try a barrel Of my guaranteed
flour at Five and a quarter per
barrel. Satisfaction oryourmon^y
W. W. Adams.
Mr. Matthew 0. Carter, of
Greenville county, ?B in Edgefield
for several days, stopping with
Col. J. H. TillmaD. He is wonder
fully eudowed as a mechanical
genius, having patenled a mon
key-wrench, cotton chopper and
ottier aevices from wuich be
should realize a fortune.
We solicit your prescription
business. Utmost care is exercised
in compounding prescript ions and
only pure, fresh d'rugB are used.
Our prices are very reasonable.
David A. Sinclair, for BO many
years the beloved and popular
Secretary of the Y.- M:" C. A., at
Dayton, Ohio, says of Dr. Wilhts:
'.I know of no popular lecturer
whom I eau so unhesitatingly
recommend as Dr. A. A. Wil'lits.
He is one of the most attractive,
entertaining and instructive speak
era 1 ever heaid. To meet Dr.
Willit8 is a treat-to hear his
lecture, .Sanshiue', isa privilege
which cannot fail io make life
brighter and better."
Juet received large stock of
Mercerized Madras and P. K. for
waists from 12? to 20 ceuts per
yard. Pretty Gingham 5 aud 10
cent. We invite you to cal].
J. W. Peak.
If you want a nice and up-to
date job take your shoes to King's
shop and you will get it. Give
him a trial and be conviuced that
his is the place to have your shoe
work done. Tacks will not burt
your feet when he repairs them.
L* ggett'e ..celebrated Teas, and
Roasted Coffee from 10 to 30 cents
Ti M MONS BKOS. ,
We an- headquarters for buggies.
Such as the Hackney, Tysou &
.Joues, Kock lilli, Columbus and
Chas; City buggier, have stood ?he
.e-t i'f year*?, and always give
Ramsey & Jone?.
Ti y ' my.. Snow Flake Flour.
Scores of ?he b^pt people in th.<
towu an I vicinity have been
using this flour more than a year.
Fifty barrels just received direct
from the milJp.
P. P. Blalock. Jr.
50 Ladies' Tailor Made Skirts
go on our Bargain Counter at less
than Cost for 10 dav*.
"J. M. Cobb.
Fresh stock of Art Squares and
RUK? just received.
Edgefield Mercai tile Company
Oatmeal, Grape Nuts, Force and
Post un just r< ceiv-d at
TIM M ON s BRIS.
N:C" line of Trunk H and Suit
Cus>-d from the cheapest, to th^
E?lgjiie!d Mercantile Company.
Lace Curtains, Portifres and
Table Covers, all styles, sizes and
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
Na.* Additions to our Cut Price
Embroidery sales made weekly
5, 7 auA. 10 cents. .
J. M. Cobb.
If you are acquainted with any
oue who is troubled with this
d stressing ailment you can do
h'm no greater favor than to tell
him to try Chamberlain's Salve,
[t giv? s instant relief. Price 25
cents per box. Sold by G. L. penn
& Sou Medicine Daelers.
Mr. W. H. Tur uer has just re
turned from a sojourn of two
weeks.iu the north where he pur
chased au unusually large stock
of beautiful spring merchandise.
Mr. Turner knows tfhat to buy
and how to buy it right. Watch
Tor h's new Hdv?-rtisement next
After spending a few dajsin
Edgefield wth his family, Mr. J\
A. Rice left on Monday to accept
a position with large uontractors,
whose headquarters are in Char
lotte. He severed his connection
with his former employers to ac
cept this, a better position. Mrs
Rice will remain iii Edgefield
uutil Mr. Rice is permanent 1)
Large sfock of the -celebrated
"Old Hickory*' Wagons just re
ceived. All siz?8 at very reason
able pi ices.
Ramsey & Jones.
Mr. John C. Shaw was in our
c'ty on Monday and ou being
questioned ae to the affairs in
his commuuity replied that the
farmers are planning day and
night for a large cotton crop,
thinking about it ah day and
dreaming about it all night. Mr.
Shaw gtated that the grain in bis
section is small but upon the
whole very promising.
Use Lee's Prepared Agricultu
ral Lime to preveut Rust and
Shedding iu cotton. For sale by
The Edgefield Mercantile Co.
Do not fail to read the exceed
ingly interesting letter on our
second page f.om Mrs. Katie Sul
livan LeSueur, who was roared in
Edgefield and who has visited her
cousin, Mrs. J. D. Holsteiu, aud
uncle, Mr. W. B. Peun, a uuruc-ei
of times. Her description of th"
scenery, climate, fruits, flowers,
ostrich farms, etc , of Southern
California isvery interesting,
and makes one long to see that
Our stock of Furniture is
always complete. 'Bed-room Suits
.rom $20. up. We buy iu car lots
and can make very low prices.
Ramsey & Joues.
There is not hing on the market
superior to a ""White Dove" Ham.
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
Letter to Rev. C. E. Burts.
Edgefield, S. C.
Reverend Sir : lu making pastor
al visits, of course, you do not
consider your pleasure or comfort
or ease; you go where your people
I ive. But you have two sets of
feel"tigs io goiug about-can't
help it-we all have. But you es
pecially have ; tor a par' f your
busiuess is sympathy. Well-kept
lawuB and well-tilled fields, nice
homes and nice people, are cheer
Tumble-down buildings, poo'
fences, men harrassed by b?rden?,
too heavy for them,, overworked
women, and dirty-faced children
you may be strong to get on with
hui you would be more than hu
man t)find inspiration iu misery
Paint divides the two sorts oi
people: one paints, and tbe othei
don't. Or, perhaps,- the thrift)
paint weil ; the unthrifty paint ill
To paint well is to keep pain'
sound. There are two ways to dc
it: one is bound to paint often
the other to use good paint.
It costs about half as much t<
paiut Devoe as to paint with au-,
other paint ; for Devoe takes fewei
gallons thau mixed paints auc
wears twice as long as lead-and
The thrifty and comfortabh
have che art of u.iug money mon
wisely. How lucky they are! hov
F. W. DEVOE & Co
The Edgefield Mercantile Co
Just received the best See<
Irish Po'atof*e in all the popula
varieties. Let m^ supply vou.
P. P. Blalock Jr.
Don't pay S c nts per pound fo
If v ?ii huv 100 pounds of Whit
L-:id io k-gs you a- t 88 pou id-1 h
Whit? Lend and 12 pounds o
When you buy L. & M. Pain
vou g*-t a tull gallen of paint tha
won't wear off for 10 or 15 yean
b cause L. & M. Zinc hardens th
L. & M. WhitM Lead and make
L. &. M. paint wear like iron.
4 gallons L. & M. mixed wi*
3 gallons Linseed Oil will pain
a moderate sized house.
L. ? M. costs only $1.20 pa
Sold in the nor'.h, east, soul
C. S. Andrews, Ex-Mayor, Dan
Writer*, "Painted my' house 1
years a^o wi h L.<fc M. Looks wei
to-day." Sold by M. L. Penn & Sot
Freeh Jell-O, the popular 'ab!
delicacy, just received.
G. L. Penn & Son.
u.\?odel Queen" stoves stand a
i he head of all cooking stoves. W
have them in 22 in. ovens.
Edgefield Mercantile Companj
Car load ot' Stoves just arrive:
I Can furnish stoves from $8. I
35. Guaranteed to give perfe?
satisfaction or money refundec
Edgefield Mercantile Company
To Cure a Cold in One Day
I Take LAXATIVE BHOMO QUI?
I NE Tablets. All druggist refur
tbe money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on ea:
It makes no difference what ?I
merits of a wagon are. You co
find one as good or better. Try
Mitchell or Owensboro.
EUGEFIELD MERCANTILE Co.
Mr. James B. Kennerly hi;
completed his fpriug seasou 01
this road, which has been ver
satisfactory indeed. We expects
that it would be for he is honest
energetic, persevering, and richb
deeerves. success. Mr. Kemierli
will leave uexl Monday for Chica
go, the headquarters of the larg?
shoe manufacturers whieh b<
represents. Earl}' in April he wil
start jut with fall samples.
Don't miss our Special Vuiuei
in 40 inc'i La .vus and Mercerizec
Pou gee '-flee ts.
J. M. Cobb.
Handsome Sinyly Stevons, uov<
a promjneutyoung businese mat
of Greenwood, was warmly greelec
upon our' stn ets on Saturday
Smyly is one of ihe many citizen!
I hat Edg?-fiidd coun'y has cou
tributed to Greenwood, and bu
tor whom tbat live, progressiv?
wide-awake, up-to-date town
should we say city?-would now
be classed among the "deserter,
vliages." It requires MEN--o
iho J. K. Durst type-as well af
rooney, tj build towns.
Large shipment of Fane)
Crackers and Cakes fresh frorr
tbe ovens of tho National Biscuil
The heraldiug at this opportune
season of the Williamson plan ci
cultivating corn may prov1* to be
a great boon to t!?.e farming in
terests. Quite a number ot' fai
rers have told us that they pur
pose fertilizing and cultivating
at b-ast a port.iou of their corn
ibis year a* tur the- manner of Air.
Williamson, ol' Darlington coun
ty, wboBe yield rival.* that of the
ter1 ile region cf the Mississippi
Use Piruviau'GuaiiO, a natural
fertilizer, best by test and proof.
For sale hy
The Edgefield Merca-ti le Co.
Rev. L. A. Cooper, accompanied
by Mr. J. Lucas Walker of John
ston, spent several bours in Edge
field on Friday last. As financial
agent tor the Greenville Female
colieg", Wr. Cooper is greatly en
couraged over the prospect of
raising the desired $50,000 for the
college. Being an indefatigable
worker, and oue who never lets
discouragements discourage, no
more suitable man for this work
could have been chosen than Mr.
Come and see our early Spring
arrivals. Torchon lace from ? inch
to 21 inches. Valenciennes lacu in
gr^at variety of prety pat e.nf.
Beautiful Embroidery at all
J. W. Peak.
Petit Jury, 3rd Week.
R H Parks, Wyatt Hall, S W Corley,
F A Quarles, J G Holland, R F West,
Lewis Holmes, J P Nixon, W W M?fc
Tock, j W KTb^rEiijan^^e^Hi
.Strom, A A Hal), J F Logue, B J,
Ryan, J J bollard, L G Watson, C
M Railton, H A Clark, T A Broad-,
water, J M Wise T L Talbert;?! A:
Lyon, N H McDaniel, E Hammond,
BOB Key. J L Gilchrist, J A Dorn,
Owen Reece, L H Hamilton, E M.
Holmes, Jr. W J Hatcher, SC Deal,
WB Crouch, James T Mims, BJ
Colored People Commended.
The writer was present when
Dr. E. O. Taylor delivered a lec
ture to a large number of colored
people at Macedonia church
on Sunday afternoon, and three
things, to our mind, were especial
ly noticeable : First, the mauner
in which the congregation listened
to the speaker. The hearers were
Dot only attentive but sympathet
ic, eager, anxious, lest some word
of the speaker would escape their
ears. How lasting will b-3 the im
pressions that wore made no oue
can tel!, but it is true that they
literally drank in every word that
waa uttered; s-coudly, the sing
ing, which was in excellent time,
very musical and poured forth in
great volume, was engaged in by
the entire congregation, and uot
unfortunately by a handful who
cotistiiuted a choir, as is the catie
in most churches; lastly, when a
cjlb'etion-a voluntary . flaring
was called for we we re a ?ri z d at
the great nu nlv r wh?> canote fir?
ward and p'aC-'-d c uttributions on
the table: Tiu-1, the amounts nny
not have b^eii m ir-* thin ti ve
cjnts each, yet what impressed
hos-* who looked u was tbe
quic", henrly aol very general
response. The white people, whoiae
lights and opportunities far out
weigh those of the colored people,
c>u'd profit by the three things
above cited; to wit: Earnest, sym
al singing, ev ry individual par
ticipating i? the praise service
the general and very hearty ree
oonse when au offering ie called
For reliable, high-grade harness
of all kinds-buggy or wagon,
double or single-come lo us. We
buy dir-'ct from the beBt makers
tn the country.
Ramsey & Jones.
R. ?lid ctr cf Chairs. If you want;
thal "tired feeding" relie\ed buy
chairs from us.
Edg fi"lt M- rcauti'e Company.
WIVMI yon Wrint t.liH }t!?3l smoke
ID town try >< .'Franklin" or "Om?
P. P. Blalock, J--. I
A Mystery Solved.
' [Ipw to keep off periodic at
tacks of billiousness and habitual
ernst i pat ion was a mystery that
Dr. Kii.g's New Life Pills solved
for me", writes John N. Pleasant,
of Magnolia, Ind. The only pills
that are guaranteed to give por
t'( ct satisfaction to everybody or
tiionev refunded. Only 25c nt G.
L. penn & Son W. E. Lynch & Co.
FOR SALE : I have for sale, at
a bargain, one Babcock Buggy
which has been used very little,
if you want a good buggy at a low
price bu vin i? one.
C. E.May .
A GRAPE CREAM OF TA
lt makes the i
FREE FROM ALUM, LIM!
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Alum baking powders are unh
raising food under any circumst
.baking powders considered, tha
sale is prohibited. In many Sta
pels alum powders to be bran
this dangerous acid, while in the
has prohibited the sale of all fo
Alum baking powders are
cents a pound to 25 ounces foi
and when not branded may gei
Dr. A. A. WillitB Coming:.
The next number of the lyceum
sourse will be the lecture by Dr.
A. A. Willets to be given in tbs
opera house on Tuesdav evening,
March th? 6th. Dr. Wi Hits has
been on the platform fora number
of years, and ranks among the
foremost lecturers of the day. Dr.
DeWitt Talmage said of one of
his lectures: "He discoursed in a
style that was logical, without
being dry; poetic, without being
insipid; humoroap, without being
silly; bold, without being rash;
pure, without being beiug finical.
We all came away filled with good
humor, and a resolution to more
highly appreciate our homes. Long
rive Dr. Will i te, the entertaining
lecturer and the genial mau."
Glass in China Painting.
Miss Eliza Minis, Edgefield's
very gifted artist, is not a prophet
without honor in ber own country.
Not only is her talent . as an
?rfclsFrecognizeci but Dar a'b?i?ty
to teach is also recognized and J
appreciated. 'The' handiwork of
the members of her class at the
college show how rapidly pupils
advance uuder her instruction.
Miss Mime will teach a new
branch or phase of the art, that of
china painting. She is now organi
zing a class. Those who desire to
learn the art of transforming
plain white china into beautifully
embellished china should see her
Cerealite Tup Dressing for
Grain, Cerealite for Corn and Cot
ton Cheaper and better than
W. W. Adams.
?? There is no specific for
consumption. Fresh air, ex
ercise, nourishing food and
Scott's Emulsion will come
pretty near curing it, if there
is anything to build on. Mil
lions of people throughout the
world are living and in good
health on one lung.
From time immemorial the
doctors prescribed cod liver
oil for consumption. Of
course the patient could not
#ke it in its old form, hence
it did very little good. They
and tolerate it for a long
time. There is no oil, not
excepting butter, so easily
digested and absorbed by the
system as cod liver oil in the
form of Scott's Emulsion,
and that is the reason it is so
helpful in consumption where
its use must be continuous.
^ We will send you a
? Be sure that thia
picture in the form of
a label is on the wrap
per of every bottle of
Emulsion you buy.
Scott & Bowne
409 Pearl Street
50c. ind ?I, M drugg?itt
Take Penn's Bitters for the
liver. There is uothi-ig better.
G. L. PENN & SON.
Nice Decorated 100 piece Din
ner Sets at $8.50 and $10.00.
Forty-two pine? FWs $5.00,
Edgefield Mercantile Corni any.
RTAR BAKING POWDER
I hot breads,
E OR PHOSPHATIC ACID
t * ? * *
ealthful. Do not use them for
anees. So detrimental are alum
t in most foreign countries their
tes in this country the law com
ded to show that they contain
: District of Columbia, Congress
od that contains alum,
sold to consumers at from io
- 25 cents, or 25 cents a pound,
?erally be distinguished by .their
We were al Dr. Crafton's some
days ago, aud ha showed us a
"ram'' that hod hee.n placed at his
spring that '"butted" tue water to
his house. What a luxury to have
fresh pure water at your door.
Mr. Tom Brown bas sold his
t'aim to Mr. John Blackwell, ot
Parksville. Mr. Blackwell will
move here this fall. We extend to
him a heaity'welcome. Mr. Brown
has not given out his future plans.
Last Wednesnay afternoon, at
the home of the bride's mother,
Mrs. William Parkman, jtfr. Clar
ence Mathis and MissSuuie Park
man were married by Kev. J. T.
Littlejohn. }Ve extend to these
happy people our beet wishes.
They will be "at home" to their
friends after this week at their
new home on Main street of our
Mr. Charlie Strom, son of Mr.
ate Bimini irhff fairtaja
?course of book keeping in Augua
ta, has accepted a position in
Mr. Ralph Winn, of Rehoboth,
bas accepted a position at the
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
We will miss this young man, and
we know some one else who will
Mr. John Hughey has again
been elected superintendent of
Rehoboth Sunday school. This.is
a compliment to Mr. Hughey well
Mrs Amie Wash ?3 visiting her
daughter Mrs, Seigler, of Bradley.
Let every church in the Edge
field association remember tbai
col'sction for Foreigu and Home
missions. Take it at once.
Thp good people of Parksville
aro taiking about the coming
ladies' meeting, the 9th of May.
iSow let each society of cur as
sociation talk up the meeting ano
?ee that their society is represent
Mr. J. H. Bussey tells us that
ho has peach blossoms in his
orchard. Surely spring has come.
Mr. Tom Brown visited friendt
at Plum Branch last Saturday
Mis. Tee Wails visit? d Mr. anri
Mrs. P. R. Waits at Edge.fiela
lu SI week.
Mis? Maggie Jone*, after a
pleasant visit to friends at Betha
ny, returned borne- yesterday to
'he delight of her many friends.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Holmes vhi
ted friends at Collier last Sunday.
Mr. H. H. Smith is adding two
rooms io his house.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Willie
Winn, a sou.
This ailment is usually cansed
by rheumatism of the muscles and
may be cured by applying Cham
berlain's Pain Balm two or three
rimes a day and rubbing I he parts
vigorously at each application. If
'his does not al?'urd relief, bind u
a piece of lianne! slightly damp
onud with Pain Balm, and quid
relief ici ?Imont sure to follow. For
suie by G. L Penn & Son Medi
cine Dea le fs.
Kow is tr e tiniH to prepare lin
garder. \\ ln.w just nc'-iv-ci
a large tisf?rlmen: of Laudretb'.
Garden SHIM!, ahn) a full tupph
of Onion Sets.
Ti MM ONS BROS.
If your eyes are worth
having the)' are worth saving.
Do so with the right kind of
Geo. F, Minis,
Te the Planters of Edgefleld County:
Baldwin's Fertlizers have stood the test of six
teen years in our county, its most liberal buyers
and best friends of to-day, are the planters who
-have used it contiually since its introduction 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,
"W". W. Adams,
who will give you the secret of making a bale to the
^?M ll I OBSESS
It will be" to
To come in and examine the new Prints, Percales, (gingham, Lawns
and Linens we are showing.
Prints at 5 cents per yard. 36 inch Percales 10 and V2% cents
Gord quality Gingham 10 cents. 40 inch Lawns 10 and 10^ cents.
Persian Lawn and India Linons at all prices,
White Linen for Waists and Suits
at 16%, 25 and 35 cents.
Remember, these prices are good six days in the week and the quan
tity is not limited.
Our goods are all priced at fair and
and we make no statements in our advertisements that we do noe carry
Get our prices on anything in Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes and Hats
and we will be ?utistied with the results.
5 and IO cents
There are many very useful articles and at very low prices
o. m MAY. .
2 Cases of Spring Prints.
2 Cases of Ginghams.
4 Bales of Brown 4-4 Sheeting and Plaids.
Special Values in 4-4 and 10-4 Sheetings.
4,000 Yards of Embroideries at 5 and io cents.
W> always have what we advertise.
[J^yCoat's Spool Cotton wholesale at 5octs per doz.
We thauk 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. Call on us. We can show you better than we
can tell you.
^%r. A. Hart & Co,
Next to post-office,
Use All Animal Matter Ammoniates
High Grade Fertilizers
Office 911, 012, 913 Prudential liuildinir,
TO FARMERS: For Cotton cultivation, a reliable fertili
zer made strictly from ALL ANIMAL MATTER AMMONIATES,
Dried Blood and meat and boneTankage, should be used. We
use nothing else as an am mon ?ate. Swift's Reliable fertilizers
will not eat the roots of plauts in dry weather nor leach in1
.'^et wpather, which can be
ai tributed to C dtou Seed
Write us for our uew
1905 booklet. Our fertil
izers are dry and suitable
for Drilling and always
uniform in quality. Use
Palmetto l?igh-Grade 8-3
3, Plauter's S-2-2 for cot-,
ton and com cultivation.
For Sale iSy XV. W. ADA51S,Etlgefield, S. C.
toes a Cold in One Bay, Grip Iis Twa
?5 oa Bc?. 25c.
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
State and County Depository.
J. C. SHEPPARD, W. W. ADAMS,
J. H. BouKxiGHT. T. H. RAINSFOKD,
J. M. COBB, B. S. HOLLAND,
A. S. TOMPKINS, C. C FULLKU,
IV. E. PRESCOTT.
.]. C. SHEPPARD, Prenident.
W. Wi ADAMS, Vice-Prerident.
E..I. MI MS, Cashier
J, H. ALLEN, Ass't Cashier.
Pays interest on deposits by special
Money to loan on Lberal term.--.
Prompt and polite attention to bus
YOUR Account Solicited.
Purcha.ersof our goods do not re
quire a senond urgiag to buy. A sing!*
test convinces them that our
STAPLE AND FANCY
ari of superior qual'ty. On that
point of quality we make a bli for
the trade of those who believe that
to be more essential than an extraor
dinary low price.
But prices talk and none more eff
ectually than ours.
'We invite you to call#
JACKSON & JOHNSON,
NEAR NEW DEPOT.