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J. IL. MI MS, - - - KDfTOR
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ONE YEAR $150
? WEDNESDAY, MAR. SI, 1906.
Be a pattern to others, and
then all will go well; for a whole
city is infected by the licentious
passions and vices of great men,
I so it is likewise reformed by their
moderation. - CICERO.
After sixty-seven days of ex
amining and cross-examining wit
nesseses the testimony is all iu
for the prosecution in the Gaynor
and Greene trial. Ont of sheer mer
cy the lcngsuffering jurors ought
to'be granted a thirty days1 vaca
tion before the defense opens.
For Borne time Dr. George B.
Cromer, of dewberry, bas been
~ named as? -a possible opt onent of
Senator Tillman. He has put at
rest, .however,-all such rumors and
political gossip by stating* posi
4ively a few days ago Jlhat he will
. not be a candidate for.the United
President Jackson, of the Au
gusta-Aiken electric'road, has let
the contract for straightening and
othei wise improving his road bed.
Af ter the contemplated iroprovs
mentb shall have been made the
- time for making the trip from
Aiken to Augusta will be reduced
from one hour and a half to one
hour, whfcb will increase the
popularity ..aud patronage of the
The court of final resort of th ic
state has decreed that two youi g
wbi e men must- buffer the
extreme penalty of the the law for
wantonly killing a negro in Dar
lington couuty a j7ear ago. One is
t? be hanged and the other to be
~ imprisoned for 1 ile. Wouder what
our northern friends-especially
those of Springfield, Ohio, where
the negroes have recently been
unmercifully treated-will say of
The use of request blauks,
which the new - board is very
properly enforcing, is one of the
best features of the dispensary
law. Many persous-particularly
young men-who would otherwise
do so, will not buy whiskey when
thf y are required to make a record
of the purchase in black and wh*ite..
The non-enforcement .. of tcis
clause of the law in the past has
doubtless h ad much to do with th?
steady increase in tho 'sales of
If Aiken. and Augueta do not
Attila other and larger hotels-foir
the -northern tourists Edgefield
will have to ?nter the field and
provide accommodations for them.
The over-crowded condition of the
; large tourist hotels of Augusta
caused Andrew -Carnegie to be
-turned away a few days ago. We
are doubtless better off by having
some cloBe, narrow, and prejudiced
wealthy norther nore remain at
home, but there are oihers who
?re broad, generous and philan
thropic who should not only be in
duced to come among us but tarry
late aud long.
Judge Alton B. Parker, Demo
cratic nominee in the last election,
in a recent address in Charlotte,
said that in* order to be victorious
the Democratic party must select
a southern man as standard bear
er. Judge Parker has seemingly
lost sight of the fact, that while
the south has brilliant and brainy
men she is woefully lacking lu
the other prerequisite of success
?old. ''Money makes the mare go"
in national politics now as never
before. The southland has not
enough national banks, insurance
companies and other morned cor
porations, not to mention individ
uals, as a backing to afford a
southern mau a ghost of a chance.
Hon.M. F. Ansel, of Green
ville, candidate for governor, re
iterate8 -his platform so far as the
liquor plank is concerned. Mr.
Ansel is unalterably oppos?e, to
'the system of a State dispensary,
and says in part :
"I am in favor of local county
option, as between prohibition and
county dispensaries: that is, I an.
in favor of any couuty in the
State voting upon the quBtiou al
to whether they wish prohibition
-for tbat couuty; or whether th?;
wish county dispensaries. If t
?majority of the qualified voters o'
the county desire prohibition foi
that particular county, then I an
one who believes that t^ey should
This is a strong platform ; om
that tb thoroughly Democratic.
What ?6 going to be done tob:in?
the Sporfanburg-Aikeu railroad
by Edgefieli? Will our people noi
T.urn-anaud or make an effort tc
secure it? Those who are back o1
the enterprise are thoroughgoing
business men, . men who briuj,
tb insta to pass. One of them in'
writing - from Spa-tanburg . to t
citizen' of bur town, has s?id :
"Nothing wi'I be left undou? here
that would cause the 1 scheme to
lag." After plai)3 are fixed and a
rou'e definitely decided upon it
will tben be too late to act. Should
not a committee of ourcitizeus be
appniuted to coufer with the pro
moters of the road, lo see what
eau be dont? Certainly.
Patronize The Rural Free Delivery
Ever eiuce Hon. J 0. PatterBcn
leceived bis commission be bas
beeu actively interested in those
thiug8 that are of greaten benefit
to the masses of his constitueucy.
Knowing that a recent ruling
jeopardized many of tbe rural free
delivery routes in- bis district,|Con
gressmau Patterson called at the
department a ftw day8 ago to
leam the real status'(if the situa
tion, to see if anything could be
done. He was informed tha? au
inspection of the rural delivery
service had been instituted, and
while no actual number ofpieceB
has been fixed for the continuance
or discontinuance of any route,
the authorities believe that the
-average.m iil route should bauble
3,000 pirces of mail .per month,
with a possible minimum of 2,000.
However, the action of the govern
ment, it is stated, will depend
upon conditions along the route.
Eveu though 2,000 pieces of mail
are handled and it appearB that
all of"the persous along the route
do not patronize it or avail them
selves of the advantage?, the dai
ly service will be supplanted with
an every-other-day Bervi ;e or dis
continued eui ?rel v.
ThoBe who reside in fie rural
dislr'cts receive no greater boor,
from tbe national gr /eminent than
bis free delivery -mail service, and
it would be nothing whorl of a c?
lami'y to have it removed. Ur^
vour friends \au'd neighbors to
pat rou iz-* in every possible ?va\
the route that is nearest them.
Mrs. May Dorn, wife of George
Dorn, of Faifa, died last Wednes
day morning, and was buried at
the Grove Thursday morning, Rev.
J. T. Littlejohn conducting the
funert'l servie. Mrs. Dom was
tbe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P.
R. Wates of Edgefield. In early
childhood she became a Christian
and bas lived a consistent Chris
tian all of her life. She lived the
lift of the righteous and died the
death of tba righteous, and ;s now
at rest with her Loid. She leaves
a father, step-mother, one brother,
three sisters, a husband, five
small children and a host of
friends tb mourn her .IOBS. We
pray God's blessjugs^to rest on
the bereaved ca'^^gi|^HHM
from, heart-failure. Mrs. Talbert"
was about fifty-eight years old.
She was for many years a teacher
at Rehoboth, Plum Branch and
White Town. All of her pupils
loved her and doubtless many of
them will rise up to-day and call
her name blessed. Mrs. Talbert
was a devoted Christian. For many
years ehe was a teacher in tbe
Sunday school at Rehoboth church
She was also organist and took s
great interest in the music. She
was a leader in the ladies mission
ary society and all looked to her
.br counsel and advice. fcThis good
woman was always a friend to her
pastor. The Rehoboth church hus
lost one bf its very beBt members.
Oh, how the Rehoboth commu
nity and church will miss her.
Mrs. Talbert leaves a husband,
two sisters and one brother,
two daughters, three sons and a
host of friends to mourn her loss.
She was buried Thursday afternoon
at Rehoboth. Rev. J. T. Littlejohn,
her pastor conducted the funeral
service. We extend our sympathy
to all the bereave " ones.
Mr. Willie Seigler. was tbrowr
from a wagon last week and
sprained his back, and it will be
several weeks before he will be
abk. to be but again.
Miss Rhett Warren, of John
ston, has been employed by Mr.
Johnnie Stone as governess for
his children. *
The collection that wes taken
at Red Hill yesterday for Foreign
missious amounted to even twen
Mr. W. P. Parks of Parks vii le,
visited Rose Cottage la?t week.
Mr. Winchester McDauiel, a
promiueut merchant of Modoc,
was on our streets last Friday
shaking bands with his 'many
Mr. Cab Key, of Modoc attend
ed church here yesterday.
Mi e. Gua Winn, of Reh. both, ban
been quite sick for several days
ilso Mrs. James Gilchrist. Wf
bope for these friends a sppedy
A Favorite Remedy for Babies.
Ifs pleasant taste anti prom pl
cures have made Chamberlain'!
Cough Remedy a favorite with the
mothers of small children. I
ojickly "cures, their coughs and
jolds and prevents any' dangar ot
meumonia or other serious con
sequences. Jt not only cureB croup,
but when'given as soon as th'
croupy cough appears will pre
sent the attack. For sale by G.
li. Penn & Sou.
Nice line of Trunks and Sui.
.ases from tbe cheapest, to tb
Edgefield Mercantile Compam
Death of Mrs. W. L. Talbert.
There is no d ath to the right
eous; What we call d?ath i<? but a
transition-an entering upon life
tn its truest, broadest, highest,
fullest seuBe. Thus we look 'upon
the passing away of Mrs. W. L
l'ail ert which occurred Ht her
home near Rehoboth ou W^dii'S
day. In her demise ii tower ol
strength, a pi 11 ii r r.f old Rehoboth
church has bien rpmovrd. She
was, ever zealous in good works,
a raith ful laborer iii the Lord's
vineyard. Long after hei mortal
body shall have returned to i te
te i nd red dust the ii fluence of her
kind words, noble deed?, exempla
ry wa'k and conversation, s ball
live to point others to the Saviour
whom she lored and s< rved for so
many years. While many grieve
over this sudden severance ot
earthly ties, jet they haVe comfort
in tbe thought that to this g^od
woman death had ?o sting.
j Death of a Saintly Woman.
Mrs. May Wates Dorn, the be
loved wife of Mr. George Dom,
departed this life on Wednesday
morning last. The interment was
held a.t Red Oak Grove church on
Five little motherless children
and a devoted, sorrow-strickeu
husband are the survivors of this
once happy household. Strange, ap
viewed by finite mortals, are som
pf the dispensations of Providence.
We cannot UDderstand now but il
will be revealed to us at that day
Mrs. Dorn w: s a gentle, sweet
8pirited, consecrated Christian wo
man, whose influence was a powei
for good in her church aud com
munity. God has callpd her u,
May He who abounds in i u fin it?
?ove and mercy be as a mother t<
the little oi.es that are :efi bf bind.
Must Answer Serious Charges
Mr. Ess'e Prager, ,vho resided
iii Edgeiiehl a portion of.lasl .lear,
has been indicted fur bigamy ano
V.dalttrry. He was arneied it
Troy.- Ala, lust.week upon a w?r
ranl tsniTii out by Mr. and .Mrn.
W illiam Rooina m, | an-nts t?f li :F
ivi.fi?. p -pilly Sfientl" W. G. ?az\t
?vent lo fr?>y last TlMnsd r. B.I'IU
brough! Pt ig'r ti Edger?Mld ?nd
ptuoed lt m Iii j ill. A |.iei.n:;n irv
bean tig was gi ven li uti b tor?
Ma gi^l ra tn Bru..son on Munday.
Mr. at.d Mrs. Robinson, Wealth.
Mid well-to-do Hebrews of B.'lti
more, were present as pro?' cutur
aud were represented by their a -
torueya Pringle You mane, of Co
lumbia, and J. W. De Yore, Esq.,
tbe defendant being represented
by S. McG. Simkius, Esq. Attei
investigate g the c:>se M.-igtstrate
Bruneon remauded Prager' to jail
to await trial by the higher court,
fixing bond nt $1,000... which has
not been given.
It is alleged tbat Prager desert
ed his wife, the daugb'er of Mr
and Mrs. William Robinson, two
years ago, and that the woman
with whom lived while in Edg -
field was not .his lawful wife. Con-,
siderable interest is manifested
in the^case. .
Kldhey 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.
It is the great medi
? cal triumph of the nine
teenth century; dis
covered after years of
rJ scientific research by
t??sj 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
ommended for everything but if you have kid
ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found
just the remedy you 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
who have not already tried it, may have a
sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
telling more about Swamp-Root and hov/ tc
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 of Swamp-Hoot,
dollar sizes are v'd by all good druggists.
Don't make any mistake, .bu1
remember the name, Swamp
Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
and the address, Binghamton, N
Y., on every bottle.
Afflicted WTiih Rheumatism.
'.I was and am yet afflicted with
rheumatism,"-eay8 Mr. J. C. Bay ne
editor of the Herald, Addington,
Indian Territory, "but thanks to
Chamberlain's . Pain Balm an
able once more to attend to busi
ness. It is the best of liniments.'*
If troubled with rheumatism givi
Paiu Balm a 'rial and you an
certain to be more than pleased
with the prompt relief which i
affords. One application reliever
the paiu. For f-ale by G. L Penn
The Goldsboro, McFarland,
Taylor, Can nady M,d Babcock
Buggies are still going down the
road anead of all others.
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
lt makes no difference what rht
merit8 of a wagon are. You cai
find one as' good or better. Try n
" EbGEFIELD MERCANTILE Co.
I am mw well equipped in
Goo? Horses and good
Vebicl-iS always on hand,
ready to respond io all call?,
night or day. Can furnish
teamB on short not ice. I so
licit your patronage. Will al
ways endeavor to please you.
W. B. F?KSE,
Trent >n, S. C.
s ; .'-p'v?Dj-b"?riaiLi t/
Chamberlain's'..Cou'g'.i "R^ovuly.' Il
is kept on hand cohj?Miia 1 jy.'.in.our
borne,1'-.'r<ayj W.\ \\ . K ir ney,
editor-pf th;.' In tepei?>tent, L ?wry
City, M .. Th?t L?]ju3(: .wha? ever)
Tamils eh?ul.l >iijj"A\-?ieii- : 1 ept on
hand rta'dy for infant uv-, a c i.'d
may he checked'a j ,'M pe i-u'set aim
cured iii .much lle^:jimeTthat
-*iter it has.beoiime bet-tied in \b>
system. This remedy ia .a! PO with
out a p^erT?r croup in children,
and will prevent the. al tack .whei
given ai? soon as the child..become
hoarse, or even rfiler the croup
ccugh appears, -.Which can only le
done when the rei??dy is kept a'
hand. For stile by.f.G.- I.. Penn &
For reliable', bigl?-gr'ade harn-s
jf all ?iuds-buggy; cn wa>>oi.'
double or single-(jonie, to us. W
)uy direct from the best maker
tu lhe couutry. 1
Ramley & Jones.
Stock Raisers;' Attention!
A thing of beauty: is a joy for
'jer. See Monte Chisto, the'btfKU
'iful black Stallion, before ar
ranging to breed your mares.
CANTELOTJ & CASanC?HAEL.
Edgefield, "S-. C.
Tl M MO ?IS & CORI ? Y,
on Wednesdays. R
Crown and Bridge Work a Special
ty. ? ... - .. . .
Purr.ha ors of oui go ris do no re
quire i e<;on ! ursjng to buy.. A sin<r <
test cuiiviffoe? them thar, our
STAPLE AND FA Ni; Y
v- ot* s?p?npr qual'ty. On tba
point ir' quality; we m ike a b; 1 ' lo
f.lie trade of those who leUeve. thai
rii be iiiiiiL'e?&entia' thin an extraor
dinary low price.
Hut trices talk and none more eff
ectually than ours.
?@&~W'i invite you to call.
JACKSON & JOHNSON,
NEAR ?NEW DEPOT.
i EDGEFIELD, S. C.
State and County Depositor}'.
* DIRECTORS. .
J. C. SHEPPARD, W. W. ADAMS,
J. H. BOUKNIGHT, T.*H. RAINSFORD.
J. ?I. CODB, B. S. HOLLAND,
A. S. TOMPKINS, C. C FULLER,
W. E. PRESCOTT.
J. C. SHEPPARD, Pre.-ndenr.
W. W. ADAMS, Vice-Preridciir.
E. J. MI MS, Cashier
J. ll. ALLEN, Ass't Cagier.
Pays interest on deposit's bj special
Money lo loan on liberal tenn.*-.
.Prompt and polite acre io:: to bus
YOUR Account Solicited.
A given numbei
greater yield of cot
Farmers' Bone do*
the acreage and i
has twenty-one y<
13,000 carloads of
This volume bf bu
For Sale l|y r
. New Additio! 8 to our Cut Pric<
Embroidery 6a!<?8 made weekly
5, 7 au-?. 10 r.pute.
J. M. Cobb.
Imparted macaroni and beet
P. P. Bial?ck, Jr.
Picture Easels and Fire Screrue
ii all colors and designs.
Edgefield Mercantile Company
Very Handsome Diners uphol
stered m panesote at $11 per set
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE Co.
Use Peruvian Guano, a natura
f-rtiliz3r, best by test and pr'oot.
For sale by
The Edgefield Mercantile Co.
The Breath of Liie.
U'-J a significant fact that tb
strongest animal of its Biz*1, th'
gorilla, also has the largest lungs.
Powerful lungs-means powerlu
:reatures. How to keep the breath
ing organs right should be man':
:hiefest study. Like tbousauds oi
-?th rs, Mrs. Ora A. Stevens, o
Port William, 0., has learned how
ro do Ibir. She wnteB: ''Three bol
les cf Dr. King's New Discovcn
copped my cough of two years ano
:ured me of what my friend.1
bought consumption. 0, it's gi am'
for throat and lung troubles.'*
Price 50c and $1.00 by G. L. Pe. n
& Son W E. Ly neb & Co.
When you want the best smok<
ni town try a "Franklin" or "CIL
P. P. Bialock, Jr.
Starving to Dea1 h
Because her stomiich was si
w ak - II'MI by us?le*? dru gp ?Rte thai
-ho C'/uld unt "-at, MrB Maty H
Walt-rs, of St. C.air St.,' C'.lum
hus, 0.. was literally starving ti.
l-a;h. Sh** write?: *'.\ly stnuach
va.' so w??k from us^bps drugp
bat I -culd n<?t '.-ir, and rm
.erv'i'S ?" wr ck il 'hat I could n?i
. M ; ?'id ii"' b'-f'....... I win g:v?-i
. II '!) di Wi s I j u .1 ?ic d 'o 'iv
:i c/r.c liil.trtiV; will? Iv w.iu.W
u! r.' u1 ? Hi,? lint?ri v m*-i's 1 I? .
i>iu i' <>IKV'. .? -I c . ni'1 i e-i
.Ho -I " |W| h-aiih T "'i ..i
..rt"-. 50: at (i. L pniui ? Soi
vV. E. Lynch & Co.
Wj pol ?cit your pr^eripti in
business. Utmost care is exercised
in compon iding prescript ions and
only pure, troth driign are U>K1.
Our pri :es an very reason:! h'e.
G. L. Penn & Son.
F- WAYLAND WRIGHT,
Tin, Slate and Cor
rugated Tron Roof
ing, Sky-ligh ts and
AUGUSTA, - - - GA.
Has ?Stood the Test 25 Years
The old, original GROVE'S Tasteless
Chill Tonic. You know what you are
taking, lt is iron and quinine ina
tasteless form. No cure, no pay. COc.
WANTED : To buy your antique
mahogany, walnut, or cherry fur*
uiture, such as old Oak chest,
High-boyp, Low-boys, Tall clocks,
Sideboards, Bureau?, Mirrors, Ta
bles, Cnair8, etc. In fact anything
in the line ol' autiques. Address
BJblehpiT, C nnecicut.
W. a. YOUNG, - - j, Pr?sident
I. G. WEIGT.K, - Cashier
SAVINGS ACCOUNTS SOLICITED
interest Paid on Deposits,
JANUARY AND JULY,
If your eyes are worth
having they are worth saving.
Do so with the right kind of
Geo. P. Mims,
A Guaranteed Cure for Piels
Itching, Blind, Bleedingor Protru
ding Piles, Druggists refund monej
if H A ZO OINTMENT fails to cur*
in U fo 14 days 50c.
Our spring ttook of mlrchanlise which has been carefully bought
of the largest mauufac urerj?aud dealers is now on display, ready
rfo'r the Spring Shoppprs.
in grpaf.variety of patterns and styles. Wbjte Mercerized Linen
ts, White -Mercerized -Madras,.M^rcerizp.d ,P.-K.
Bite Batiste^ Persian -Lawn., from .10-to 25 cents :
||arwn'-*?Oc;':rndia ; Linen'.'. L'a,wn-; ff om.;; 10 to 35 cents. Irish
n'.Lawn 50 CHU ts. Dotted and figu red Swiss.
T\Ve hiive all of the late materials and colors for Waists. See our
Soie Glac?e, Fleur de Soie, Augorita Cloth, Marceline Silk. All of
'he delicate colors of Silks, Henriettas, Mohairs, Voila, Albetros,
etc. We CUD please the most fastidious. .
. Hats, Hats
Very Large stock of Men's and.Boys Hats at very low prices, both
in Straw and Felt. Our styles, prices and quality are right.
See our stock of Ready-made Clothing for Men and Boys. We defy
all competition. All of Ihe late fabrics that are made to fit well and
Shoes and Oxforxls.
Befutiful Oxfords for Ladies and Misses. Larg?: stock to select from
Lyieet styles and best quality. Also full line of dress shoes for Men
and Boys at prices that are very low.
Give us a ct ll. We can save you mouey on your Spring goods.
J; W. PEAK.
. of acres fertilized with Farmers' Bone produce a
ton, than the same acreage with ordinary fertilizer,
is more than that. It makes it possible to reduce
ncrease the yield. Try it this year. The man
Made With Fish
jars of fertilizer experience back of him. Over
Royster fertilizers were used on the crops of J 905.
siness stamps. Farmers' Bone the best.
OK AT OUR TWENTY YEARS' RECORD
rile Edgefield Mercantile Company.
. OF EDGEFIELD S. C
STATE AN D COUNTY DEPOSITORY
THE LARGEST ANO STRONGEST BANK IK EDQ? ItLD COUNTY.
Paid up Capital. $08,000:00
Surplus and Undivided Profits-.'..: 28,00000
Liability of Stockholders. . 08,000.00
Protection to Depositors. $130,000.00
We ??vite ?tun ti on of thoa? deming a ?afedepoiiloryfor their money *ou< auu.e
fictt. tNTHRisTPAIOOHbSPOSlTS lY 8PECIAL CONTRACT.
Under provision of itt charter this bank it authorized to let M Unite c^uurd.a?
drainiitrator an&e?cnt?r,-:aad to accaptandje xecnte traits generally. .
A. S. PADGETT, President ? T.'H RAItfaF0RD,/Vic?-Fre;v
W. H. HARLING, Cartier. W. A. BYRD, Aut Cartier.
The CORNER STORE'S
> . AND -
iatfre main spring of our alwiya low prie \ off erings Bargu'osV this
?toreare neither occasional or spasmodic. It's the role of tbe^DRNEBl
STORE. Hencfrthoae who buy ofu?re^al?rly do so to the.r ???iafactioaj
and profit. Tb?jippoiiitmt-iit if correct style in our
department was never more perceptible, embracing th-? new thugs:
Chiffon Voils, fjhiffon Batiste, French Serge, Panama* Engl.sh Cret <
and silk dnish M oh vir. The letding colors Queen's Gray, Creams Cor ran
Old Ro e, Honey Moon Blue auri Grass Green. _ 1
Of course, whit?being uo color will . hold first place in the spring and)
depart ment is brim full. 40 and 46 inch French lawn, 40 inch' Indi*Lintia S
White Madras Waisting:, 36 inch pure linen lawn, shirt waist and Suif
Linen's, 90 inch Trish "Jnen Suiting, Double Width Organdies jfnd dain
ty Milk finish Eolienne all at popular and attractive prices.
The popular white costume calls for hose, and the white bode mast be
accompanied with white Oxford?, of which our lines are complet e froc
the Queenly French white heels, to the Elegant 2 in 1 (Comforts?yje) \o\
heel. The great prestige merited bv our Edging and
cop':nue and fresh surprises await you (Come.see them)
We nave in our Hosiery department children stockings fast black combed,
Yarn, doubl? knee, high.spliced heels and seamless f'jet (positively worth
much more) at lO.-and 15 cents; '.
We will tell youjo| o'ur.?Rre?t Millinery and Boys Pants opening in oui
l axt advertiseraifct. Remember Easter comes early April 15th.
I.*o not wait toogong for that dress. >
The public by irfUiberality'has raad.e, th? Corn-r Store not inly apo?jj
.?ibiliry but a pro*peroun r.r,'?H^y,"?,r",. we would thank you to giv^ui.Vji
opportunity to rtj?ht 9?1 wrougs'afe .ia our aim to gain, retain, arid-merit
th*cunfideiiC" ofinaukind. ;
THE CORNER STORER
W. H. TURNER,
WE ARB OFFERING TO THE TRADE THIS Y$AR
THE MOSTv?OMPLETE LINE AND THE LARGTCSTj
VARIETY OF FERTILIZERS AND FERTILIZING MA4
TERIAL EVSft OFFERED IN EDGEFIELD.
PERUVIAN GUANO. Made iu nature's factory in the Pe
ROYSTES& CELEBRATED BRANDS. The, most popu
lar in the Soojth.
AJRMOURTS BLOOD AND "BONE MANURES. Have no
toual for mj?rit. ' _?
GEORGISCHEM IC AL WORKS. Well ku?wn tc our
trade. - / : >
ASHEPO?; 8TONO, AND NAVASSA GOODS. Tfo th*
?ldrBt manufercturers in the Fertilizer busiuesp. .
LEE'S PREFABED AGRICULTURAL LIME. For the
prevention of-rust and shedding iu cotton.
COTTON SEED MEAL, GERMAN KAINIT, NITRATE
OF SODA, MURIATE ;OF POTASH AND BLOOD. ?
We thank dor farmer friends for the liberal patronage given
us for the past, two y pars.
We solicit fl?eir patronage for the year 1906.
The Edgiefled Mercantile Company,
'S. We handle
Southern States Phospha>t<
& Fertilizer Co.'s goods. %
M P. & F.
' A. D. BODP,
*>.. Augusta High Grade,
?I. Acid of Al| Grades.
These goods are now in warehouse ready for delivery.
Jolies & Son
We have just received and opened upTa tre
mendous SPRING STOCK of SHOES and
OXFORDS for Men and Boys. All of the
popular Stales and leathers.
'all and inspect them.
DORN & IHIMS
We are receiving and openidg up new Spring goods
every day and invite you to call to see them. .
Ourjnew Dress and Waist goods are endless in vari
ety and patterns, and are being greatly admired by ev
ery body, I invite the ladies espe dally to call co see:
Large stock of Clothing, Hats ?ndJ
Shoes is also araiving daily. Do not
buy before seeing our stock. We can
save you money.
ADVERTISER BUILDING, - ~ - EDGEFIELDj S. ?