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NE YEAR $150.
'SIX7 MONTHS 75
^WEDNESDAY, MAR. 28, 1906.
. Prayer is the key of the day
'"and the lock of the night. We
should every day begin and end,
hid ourselves good morning and
good night with prayer. This
will make our labor prosperous
. and our rest sweet.-BERKELEY.
It IE well that confidence has
not been shaken in life insurance
companies because of tbfe misman- [
?gemeutaud fraud unearthed in
-three of. the leading companies
some months ago. Even these
three companies did ,raore busi
ness iu this state last year thau
during the prrcrding year. All
lifejnsurance companies are safer
now thau formerly, for. they are
being more closely inspected and
more judiciously managed.
In tho death of Hou. U. X.
Gunter, which occurred at his
home at Batesburg on Sunday,
.South Carolina has sus ained a
very great loss. An assistant at
torney general and later as attor
ney general-which place he filled
at the. time of his death-Mr.
Gunter serveoHiis state with con
spicuous ability. Though young j
iuyearR.he had already achieved;
greatness,* and few indeed are they
who bad a brighter future before
them than bad Mr. Gunter.
In many colleges athletics ere
allowed-tojnt rfere seriously with
. tie class room work of thc stu
dei.ts, more time and energy beiug
devoted to becoming expert base
ballists than expert lijguists or
ekilled mathematicians. We are
pleased to uotp, however, that no
-..-Bindent of Furmau Univureity 16
allowed, to play on the baseball
"team unites he makes a creditable
average on each of his studies
This regulation compelB the stu
dent toiconsidei first his studies,
euJbordinatiLg all outdoor si orte.
We publish in this issue the an
nual statements of the two banks
of our town. These institutions,
'which are the pride of Ed^efield,
?'?have "iusf closed the mo?t suc
cessful year in their history. Both
have paid eight per cent divi
dends ;to. their stockholders and
haye passed handsome sums to
their surplus accounts. As finan
cial institutions, Edgefi?ld's two
/banks are as impregnable as Gi
:nraltar. Their officers have proven
themselves to bs m?Bters of fi
nance and aTe to be sincerely con- i
^fttulated : upon so excellent a
... .While so.me cf the state colj?^
lesBput to their J
"wits'-ebd to know Low to expend
of the funds ?bat are placed at
.their disposal. Besides receiving
large sums from other sources, the
?latter, institution, ?s everybody
knows, receives the entiru amount
?f the fertilizer tag tax, which
trows; larger and larger with e,ach
?ttcc?e?ingyear. The receipts from
thovfertilizer tax to date are far
in excess of what they were for the
entire season of last year. If Clem
son college baa all of the money
last year and the year before that
was necessary for the successful
prosecution of its work-which
appears to be true-why should
not some provision be made to di
vert this large increase to the
other state collegee that are doing
as thorough work and filling as
important mission as Clemson.
Reunion of Confederate Veterans.
It has been definitely decided
that the Confederate veterans of
the South Carolina division will
have a state reunion -this year.
Columbia came gracefully forward
and extended an invitation, which
: has already, been accepted. The
reunion will be held during the
month of May. Now, if the B3ne
iud daughters of veteran? and thf
.ons and daughters of those who
are not veterans, will stand &Bide,
these gallant men, whose ranks
are .rapidly thir.uiug, can come
together and rehearse their camp
fire experiences,, renew the-bondsj
of sympa hy, the ties of friend
ship and comradeship, associa
tions and memories that are well
nigh hallowed to them.
Some of tte former reunions
were"r pronounced failures, fell
short, of the purpose. for which
they were held, hecause teeming]
-hundreds of young peoplu would
make a frolic of the reunions ae
they would a carnival or some
"other gala occasion, overshadow
ing and crowding out the aged,
jufiriri and mairat d veterans. We
would like to BPS the old soldiers
for all. of whom we have an
abiding'/love and admiration
have ? delightful reunion even
year, but if they are? to ba suc
cesses, reunions in the truest
>?ns?, the young people must have
heir frolics ?part from them.
Mrs. Art BruusoD : dii'd at her
home "last Wed bead ay evening a no
was buried at Antioch' Frida}
morning.-Her pastor Re wv J. T.
Littlejohn assisted by Rey. J. P.
Mealing conducted the fuuera)
service. Mrs. Biuusou was sick
only a few days, and ber deatt
was a great shock to ber famih
and friends. She was a nobb
Christian woman, loved by all who
knew ber. She waB a faithful wife,
a devoted mother aud a loving
friend. While her body :.B mould
jog into du6t, her soul has enter
ed into tba mansion prepared by
JesuB for a!l who love' him. Yen.
she ie at rest, 6weet rest, blessed
rest. Mrs. Brunson leaves a hus
band. three daughters and one
son and a host of loviug friends
to mourn her loss. We exteud our
prayers and sympathy to the be
Winter has como again,- and
the fruit is said to be nearly all
dead, and some think grain ie
Mr. H. H. Smith has heeu quite
ill with pneumonia for a week but
is thought to be better at this
Mr. and Mrs. Youngblood, of
Batesliurg, are visiting friends
and relatives iu our community.
Miss Mattie Wood after a pleas
ant visit wjth frieuds at Spartau
burg is at home again to the de
light of her many friends. "
The Antioch school cloded last
week aud the popular teacher,
Miss Br??wn has returned to her
borne in Spartan burg.
Mr. Charles Jones, of Antioch,
visited his friend at Due WPSI
last Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Tom Brown and.hi? daugh
ter Miss May visited friends at
McCormick last Thursday and
It is just five weeks before the
Southern Baptist convent iou. Has
your church 6ent that collection
for Foreigu and Home missions?
Send it now. Have ihe ladies
of the Edgefield association
thought how near the ninth of
May is? That is the day for their
convention at Parksville. Be sure
to have your society represented,
md see that your delegates m ike
a good report of y ?ur socUiy, a
i?ood report financially and spirit
Married, at Rose Cottage, Sun
day afternoon,, by Rev. J. '1. Lit
tlejohn Mr. G. L. Robertson to
Miss Het'.ie Lee Dorn. We wish
for.these youug people a long and
Tp FHlpEtlS MU,
of EDGEFIELD, S. Ci
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS
MAR. 22 ND, 1006.
Loans and Discounts.$219.927.90
Bank Building and Fixtures. 4,040.00
Cash in Vault . 16,246.86
Cash in Banks.23,34S.49
Paid up Capital.$58,000.00
' L W. H. BARLING-, Cashier of
The Farmers Bank of Edgefield, S. C.,
do solemnly swear that the above is a
true and correct statement to the best
of my knowledge and belief.
i W. H. H ABLING, Cashier.
Sworn to before me this the 22nd
day of March, 1906.
EDWIN H. FOLK, N. P. S. C.
THE BAM Op EDGEpIEItD,
STATEMENT OF THE CONDI
TION OF THE BANK OF EDGE
FIELD AT THE CLOSE OF
BUSINESS ON March 23nd
Loans and Discounts.$227,537.47
Real Estate and Bank Buil'd. .4,973.95
Safe and Furniture.1,596.98
Cash and due from Banks ..28,499.55
STATE OF SOTT H CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF EDGKFIKLD,
I, E. J. MIMS, Cashier of The
Bank of Edgefield, do solemnly swear
chat the above statement is true and
correct to the best of my knowledge
E. J. MIMS, Cashier.
Sworn to before me this the 23nd
day of Mar. 1906.
B. E. Nicholson, N. l\ S. C [1* s.]
W. W. ADAMS.
JAS. M. COBB.
A. S. TOMPKINS*
A Favorite Remedy for Babies.
Its pleasant taste .aud prompt
cu-es have made Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy a favorite with the
mothers of 6mall children. It
quickly cures their coughs and
colds and prevents any dangar of
pneumonia or other serious cou
aeque'nces. It not only cures croup,
but when given as soon as ra*
croupy cough appears will ..pre
vent the attack. For sale by G.
L. Penn & Sou.
Nice line of Tru.iks and Sui?
Oases from the cheapest to th?
-.KdgelBeld Mercantile Company.
L^ggett'e celebrated Tens, and
Roasted Coffee from 10 to 30 cents
Old Maid's Convention at John s t or.. j
The Ola*.Maid's'Convention 'will
be giveu Friday evening at the
Johnston Graded School Audito
rium at 8:30 o'clock under the
ausfjecies of the local chapter of
Daughters! of the Confederacy.
The cast will be composed of sixty,
or more of the town's best-talent:
Assisting th? old maids will bp
Professor M-ike-over, Mr. J. A.
Lott, Cracker-bones. Mr. P. C.
Stevens. Mr. J.-H. Whit? will have
charge of I he stuck exchange,
while Mr. W. L. Coleman will be
the central girl. Miss Marie Cole
man will preside over the conven
tion. Eight beautiful tableaux
^ill be given in which about thir
ty or forty will participate, viz:
Looking. Backward, Harmony.
Cymbal Players, Toilet of The
Brid'*1, Revery and Ri flection.
Home Sweet Home, Sweet Slum
ber, Dixie. To those who li kt
chaste humor they can find it in
this entertainment. Let our Edge
field friends aud vicinity com'
ovei and help the ladies build th*
memorial ball. The play while ol
borne talent will be un 1er the di
rection of Mies Anna L. Dunkel,
of Pennsylvania, who with thie
performance registers the two
bunHredth rendition, which -it
enough to prove that she under
stands ber work and will teach
the old maids to perfection and
marry them all off before rle
leaveB so that there will be a dearth
of old bachelors, widowers, at c
single'raeu. Reserved seats 35 cfs
general admission 25 cts. Ticket?
JU sale at L. B. Asbill'a d rup
store on Wednesday.
Mrs. J. II. White.
Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney trouble preys upon thc mind, dis
courages and lesseps ambition; beauty, vigor
and cheerfulness soon
disappear when the kid
neys are out of order
' or diseased.
. Kidney trouble: has
become so prcvalcV
? that it is not uncommon
for a child to be born
1 afflicted with weal; kid
neys. If thc child urin
ates too often, ii thc
urine scalds the flesh or if, vherfthe chile
reaches an age when lt should bc -able t:
control thc passage, it ls yet afflicted with
bed-wetting, depend upon it, r.he cause ot
the difficulty is kidney trouble, and thc first
step should be towards thc treatment of
these important organs. This unpleasant
trouble is due to a diseased condition of the
kidneys and bladder and net to a habit as
most peopie suppose.
Women as well as men are made mis
srable with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same groat remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of
Swatnp-Root ?3 soon realized, lt is sold
by druggists, in . fifty- f^?T"
cent and one dollar^
sizes. You may have a KilpS
sample bottle by mail si^li^^^^g
free, also pamphlet tell- nomo ot srauipitoot
ing all about it, including many of the
thousands of testimonial letters received
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Ki'mer
i Co., Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and
mention this paper.
Don't make any mistake, but
remember the name, Swamp
Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
and the address, Binghamton, N
Y., on every bottle.
Afflicted With Rheumatism.
'.I was and am yet afflicted with
rheumatism," says Mr. J. C..Bay ne
editor of the B^ralJ.,_A cl dingte
Pain Balm aerial, and. you art
certain to 'be more than pleased
with theprompt relief which ii
affords. One application relieves
the paiu. For pale by G. .L. Penn
The Goldsboro, McFarland,
Taylor, Cannady and Baboock
Buggies are still goiug down the
road abead of all others.
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
It makes no difference what the
merits of a wagon are. You can
find one as good or better. Try a
Mitchell or Owensboro.
ETJGEFIELD MERC ANTI LE CO.
I am now well equipped in
Good . Horses and good
Vehicles always on hand,
ready to respond to all calls,
night or day. Can furnish
teams on short notice. I so
licit your patronage. Will al
ways endeavor to please you.
W. K F?KSE,
Trenton, S. C.
SEND US YOUR ORDERS FOR
?l(ICK, WP CEJJEflL AfJD
We can supply your ue^ds at
thfj New Depot.
100 Bushels Seed
PEAS for sale.
Jackson & Johnson
When placing'your (nsur
ance give me neall. I rep-:
resent a verv strung line :>!
Insurance Companies, otirj
Agent for the largest
Lvlirjr; . . .
Insurance Co. I will ap
preciate a sLare of yourb?si
ne<s. I. can he lound al m.
ollice-O Ai re'No ?---over Bunk u
Ed ffe field..
Cough ?inedy.ir. His-House
}.'We wou 1 d' not . bc ?ttfi'?u?
Charaberlaiu's Cough-PtH?rw'?y; Ii
is ki-pt on bund continually in our
honii'." tsays W. W. Karney
editor of th:.?' Indep'nJei.it,-Luwn
City, M .:v,?M)?t-.fsju-t; "whai- every
family should.-d-J. When \ kect.oi
buud ready for instant;use; ac >k
may ne cheeked', nt vir? o?'', set am
loured in much i^P- li rn-? Th ai
*ftrjr it has croome set'led. b.th
system. Thi.-? remedy is al*o with
iut a p^er fur croup io children,
ind will pr?v?nt tbs attack-".'wliei
given u? soon as tho child become
no:ir*e, or even f.fter .lhe croups
I jcuth appears, which can only be
Jone when the remedy is kept at
hand. For si?le by G. 1.. Penn &
ion. * .. ..;;^'.;.:.
For reliable, high-grade harh<\Sf
of nil kinds-buggy ?i wa^on.;
double or single-come to us. Wi
'my direct from the best raakert
m the country. ' .
. . Kamsey & Jones. .
, gines, Steam.Eri
gines, Saw Mills,
Colton Gins, Presses etc.
E. J. NORRIS
Solid car of Chairs. If you want
that''tired feeling" relietea^buy
chairs from ue.
Edg- fiele. Mercantile Company
Weil Worth Trying/^
W. H. Brown, the popular pen
sion attorney, of Pittsfield, Vt.,
says: "Mext to a pension, the' bes!
'bing lo get is Dr.' King's New
Lifo Pills.'' He writes: "ihey ketf
my family . in splendid health.''
Quick cure for H^adacbp, Consh
oation and Billinusness. 25?ni
a. L Penn & Son W. E. Lych *'
:o.r - ? . - ?
Our slock *of Furnitur? ie
?lway* complete. B- d-room Su.tr
rem $20 up. We buy in cir lou
dud CHU inn kp y r.\ lew prices. .
Ramsey & Jon: p.
To a Siririri Prrp?-rt\ iQwtV.p.
1 ;! i ti.'^ I- ;.r cfif.il w?rjvi Ski'
?vj i [l's: t'if ?* tin" W i h p fri
YOU km:W 4 g lb?MS L. . iii
mix ii w i! 8 .g.ll ss Ionise J Oi
oak. s . iioug'i p:?iijt for a m > ler
ite i i/.e l ho?sp-;h? b> B> puin'
.rioie v c??n buy-hecins- tire Ii
k M. Z nc bardens 'he L. ? \\.
Whin- L'?UI and mak's the b. &
VJ. Pniiit wear like iron.
Buy L. & M.andoWt pay$n>0
t'.gal.Io.? for Linseed Oil, as you
do in r-<uly-for-use paint, but buy
oil Ire.-fh from the barrel at,60
3ents and mix with tho L. & M.
1J & M. costs only $1.20 per
gai Iori. Sold by G. L. Penn-tfc Son.
"To Cure a Felon" -
says Sim Kendall, of Phillips
burg, Kan., ''just cover it over
with Bucklen's Arnica. StiIve; au i
the Salve will do th** rest." Qjick
??st cure for .'turns, Boils, Sores,
Scalds, Wounds, Piles, Eczema,
3alt Rheum, Chappod Hand*,Soie.
Feet and Sore Eyes. Only 2?*-?t
G. L. Penn & Son W. E..*. Iifuch
weak point before buying.,
EKGEFIELD MERCANTILE. CO; |
Disorders of the stomach pro
duc2 a nervous condition and
oi'ten pre vent sleep. Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets stimu-j
late the digestive crgaue, restore
?bo system to a healthy condition
iud mi:ke si ep possible. For sale
ny G Ii". Penn & S n.
Freib Jell-0. the popular 'able
delicacy, just received.
G. L Penn & Son.
"Model Qu-eii" stove? sta ml at |
the head of all cooking stoves; We
have thom in 22' in. oven.?.
E Igeiiold Mercantile Company.
time till ha
from cotton t<
Fish scrap is used
under all crop coi
for the Royster to
Norfolk, Va. p
Columbia, S.C. HB
Foi- Sale Hy '.
You can't break Mitchell wagon
skeins. We guarantee them to be
of heat maleable iron.
El GEF1ELD MERCANTILE CO.
Imported macaroni aud beet
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
Picture Easels and Fire Screens
.u all colors and designs.
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
Very Handsome Diners uphol
?lered in paneeote at $1-1 per sot.
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Hike LAXATIVE BKOMO QUIN
INE Tablets. All druggist refund;
tbe money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on each
The Bre-.lh of Lite,
lt's.a significant fact t hat th.
3.trongi>st animal of ita size, tho
< ??i'.la, aJso ha- lb* largest luna's.
?.iWKrfu- lungs m'^i^ pmv-r'u
..re??ur-.-. llow tn k,j? p he br*:ii.\:
. g ' Vii -i us t slo-ulil ??? III 11
.i i- f *' ?'? tidy L ?< I h .u ando i?'
.h ?V, Vir.". ' Uri A. JSuven-;
iJ.. r r W \\\ uisi, 0., h-.s I'.'ar 11 o h>
-ii) ; hi-, : be wri'**? Thr ? hol
lis f Dr. Kiiijj'tr N-vv Ui.-cov?r
? op, "d my cdugli of tvvu yeuit> . n .
i?r}? ni' of what niy friend
rh ou ji Kt CiUisumpiitin. 0, it's giand
for throat ?nd I .ng troubles.'"
Prne 50c and $1.00 by 6.1/. Penn
&S/n\V E. Lynch & Co.
When you want the best smoke
.in town try a ''Franklin" or "Cin
P. P. Bialock, Jr.
Starving to Death
Because her stomach ^-aa so
weakened by uselej-s druggists that
she could not eat, MTB Mary H.
VValtersnof St. Clair St., Colum
bus, 0.. was literally starving to
dealh. She- writes: "My stomach
waa so weak from USOIPSS drugs
?that . L could not rat, and my.
nerves so wr ck<-d that I could not
sleep ; and not before I was given
up to die waB I induced to try
Electric Bitters; wim the wonder
?lrs.-thdt , improvement be
& Fertilizer G
A. D. Bone,
Acid of A
These goo?s are now in wai
Fewer acres, lighter labor, la
:omb?nat?on secured with FAR
tilizer proved perfect by twenty
from Southern soil. Farmers'
" food for every stage of plant g
irvesting, and is suited to a gre
? corn, wheat to small truck.
Mads with Fish
'. in every ton of Farmers' Bone, ins
editions and making it famous as a
RE'S THE SALES REC?
INK OF THE CROP REC?
F- WAYLAND WlfIGH?
Tin, Slate and Cor
rugated Iron Roof
ing, Skylights 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. 60c.
WANTED.: To buy your antique
mahogany, walnut, or cherry fur
uiture, such as old Oak chest,
High-boys, Low-boys, Tall clocks,
Sideboards, Bureau?, Mirrors, Ta
bles, Chairs, etc. In fact anything
in the line of antiques. Address
Oliver C. Hill,
^ B i'hluh?jm, Conuecicut
823 Broad Street.
IV. B. YOUNG, - - - President
T. C. WE1GI.K. - ... Cashier
SAVINGS ACCOUNTS SOLICITED
Interest Paid on Deposita,
JANUARY ANI> JULY,
If your eyes are worth
having they are worth saving.
Do so with the right kind of
deo m Mims,
A Guaranteed Cure for Piel*
1 tolling, Blind, B'eedingor Protru
ding Piles. Drug-gists refur.d moue
if H AZO OINTMENT fails to euri
in 6 to 14 days 60c.
VMMOflS & CORLEY,
Appointments at Trenton
Crown an(TBridge Work a Special
Stock Raisers, Attention!
A thing of beauty is a joy for
ever. See Moute Cristo, the beau
tiful :black Stallion, before ar
*ehouse ready for delivery,
rger yields-a happy
MERS' BONE, thc
/.-one years of great
Bone is richest in
[rowth from planting
:at diversity of crops,
crop saver. '-00k
Tarboro, N. C.
OF EDGEFIELDS; C,
STATE AN? COUNTY DEPOSITORY
THE LARGEST ANO STRONGEST BANK IN EDCEFIELD COUN Y.
Paid wp Capital. ..... $68,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits---- -.' 23?000-00
Liability of Stockholders.-. 68,000,00
Protection to Depositors. $130,000.00
. We invite attention of those deming a safa depository for' their money ?o tue *uo*a
acti. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS Bf SPECIAL CONTRACT.
Under provision of ito charter this bank is authorized'to act. ?a-tonatee,?gnardian
? m ?ni s trat or and executor, and to accept and e zecnte trasto' generally.
A. E. PAJ>GETT, President r. H RAI.VsFORD, Vici-Pre..
JV. H. HAULING, Cashier. W. ?. BYRD, Asst. Cashier.
The CORNER STORE'S
^ un eidetic belling;
.s tfee main spring of our always low price offerings. Bargains ar this
store are neither occasional or spasmodic. It'd the rule of the CORNER
STORE; Hence those who buy of us regularly do so to their satisfaction
and prout. The appointment cf correct style in our v
department was never more perceptible, embracing tha new th'ngs:
Chiffon Voils, Chiffon Batiste, French Serge, Panamar ' Engl.sh Crej e
and silk ri ni sh M oh Air. The letding colors Queen's Gray, Creams Cor rall,
Old Roe, Honey Moon Blue and Grass- Green;
Of course, -white bein^ no color will hold first place in the spring and
Our ^zvlxito good. e?
department is brim full, 40 and 45 inch French lawn, 40 inch indi i Lineup
White Madras Waisting,,36 inch pure linen lawn, shirt" waist and Suit]*
Liaen'n, 90inch Irish Linen Suiting, Double WidthOrgandies and dain
ty silk finish Eolienne all at popular and attractive prices.
The popular white costume calls for hose, and the white hose must be \:
accompanied with white Oxford?, of which our lines are complete from
the Queenly French white heels, to the Elegant2'in.l (Comfortstyle") low
heel. The great prestige merited bv our Edffinsi and
conti nue and fresh surprises a wait you (Come see them)
We have in our Hosiery department children st ockings fast black combed.
Yarn, double knee, high spliced heels add seamless feet (positively wont h
much m0re) at 10 and 16 cents,
We will'tell you of our great Millinery and Bojs Pants opening in our
i-axt advertisement. Remember Easter come8 early April 15th. /
no uot waiWoo long for that dress.
The puhlic hy its liberality had made th? - ?drn?r.Store not only a poi
sibiljry but d prosperous reality, and we* would thank you to give ut aa
opportunity to right all wrongs as 'tis our aim to gaia, retain, and tn^rit
the confidence of mankind.
THE CORNER STORE,
W. H. TURNER,
Our spring stock of merchandise which ha9 been carefully bought
of the largest manufacturers aud deakrs is now on display, ready
for the Spring Shoppers.
in great variety of patterns and. styles. White Mercerized Linen
from 15 to 25 cents, White Mercerized Madras, M?rceriz^d P. K.
and Beautiful White Batiste. Persian Lawn from 10 to 25 cents:
40 inch lawn 10c, India Linen Lawn from 10 to 35, cents.-Irish
Linen Lawn 50 cents. Dotted and figured ?wies.
We have ail af the late materials a?d colors for Waists. See our '
Soie Glac?e, Fleur de Soie, Augorit? Cloth, Marceline Silk. All of
the delicate colors of Silks, Henriettas,- Mohairs, Voils, Albetros,
etc. We can please the most fastidious.
Very Large stock of Men's and Boys Hats at very low prices, both
" and Felt, Our styles, prices and quality are right.
^eWur stock of Ready-made Clothing for Meu and Boys. We defy,
all competition. All of the late./fabricB-that?are made topfit well and
Shoe? and Oxfordls.
Beautiful Oxfords for Ladies and Mipsee. Larg* stock to select from
Latest styles aud best quality. Also full line of dress shoes for Men
and Boys at prices that are very low.
Give us a call.,We can save you niouey on your Spring goods.
J. W. PEAK.
We .have just received and opened upa tre
mendous SPRING TOCK of SHOES und
OXFORDS for Men and Boys. All of the
popular S'yles and leathers. b
Quality Guaranteed. n
Call and inspect them.
DORN & mms
. 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 tn vari
ety and patterns, and are. being greatly admired'by ev
ery body, f invite the ladies cspe dally to call eo see
Large stock of Clothing, Hats and
Shoes is also araiving daily. Dp not
buy before seeing our stock. We can
save you money.
ADVERTISER BUILDING, - - EDGEFIELD, S. G.
Has Stood The Test 25 Years
Tasteless Chill Tonic
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