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WEDNESDAY, MAR. 28-1806^,
I L0QHL news- j
Dr. F. W. P. Butler came iu ou
Sunday to spend a few weeks in
Mies Elliott Hardy bas relum
ed borne alter a week's visit to hei
aunt, Mrs. J. S. Smith.
The best quality of Violet anu
?''Florida Water on the market in
.bulk at .
Miss Jeuuie Pattison after a
f?w days stay in Edgefield return
ed on. Mouday to her school at
Ladies see the Corner Store's
Easter neck fixings.
Miss Sue Collett's school at
.Meeting Si ree t having closed, she
came home on Friday last to re
main permanently. .
Mr. aud Mrs. N. M. Joues and
Mrs. B. B. Jones atteuded the
.funeral of Attorney Geueral U.
X. Gunter at Batesburg on Mon
FOR SALE : Choice Sweet Po
tatoes for Seed. Leave your or
ders at the Advertiser office.
^ Mr. G. Marshi.ll Moore b is ac
. cepted the ?dit)r?hip of The Her
. aid, au evening paper published
. in Greenville.,
One can have no idea, says an
exehauge, of the number ot
pistols carried , arouud in hip
pockets until a fire breaks out in
- town with no fire alarm.
Ladies try a pair of the Corner
. Stored Easter 0. 0. and. Reeds
Rumor has it that a young wid
ower of Horus Creek will journey
to Ninety Six the latter part of
April and .will return with-a help
; meet who will double his joys and
halve h is sorrows.
Ju8n received* very fine Califor^
ilia table peaches.
Capt. and Mis. Joseph Brimson
came up from Aiken on Friday to
attend the funeral of Mrs, A. L.
Branson. Would that they could
have tarried long :n our town and
Mr. aid Mrs. Will Miller, of
Augusta, aud .the children spent
. several days last week with Mrs.
Ida Sheppard. .
Corealite, Cer alite, Cerealite.
A?k W.' W. Adams about it. *
Mr.. E. J. Norris, the progres
sive insurance and ;real estate
agent, bais had two very large.and
attractive signs erect *d iufroiitof.
hiabrSce over the.store'of Messrs.
Jones "& Sou.
; The Advertiser Job office is turn
ing out some first-class work.
Send us your orders for printing
of ali kinds. Satis?a^jon guaran-.
. tee?d. " ' . ; ' "
The season for gardening is
here. We have a Full and Fresh
Assortment of Buist'e Garden.
Seeds of all kinds. There are none
better on the market. Let us sup
ply you. .
G. L. PENN & SON
Since the. return of Mr. and
Mrs. B. R. Tillman Jr., Mr. aud
Mrs. P. R. Wates who have been
residibg at Edgewood, will move
iu town and will occupy the Abney
place near the coll.ge. After four
teen years,absence we are glad to
welcome thesegood f rierids'as per
manent residents in our town.
Fresh shipment of Georgia Caue
aud New- Orleans Syrup.
TlMMOJiS BBOS. .
The ball bas been set iu motion
in political circles by tbe au
"nouncement that State Chairman
Wilie JoneB will call the state ex
ecutive committee to meet in Co
lumbia on April the 5th. Mr. A.
E. Padgett ie Edge?Md'ts repre
sentative ou the committee.
Sp?cial notice given you. Look
out torche many -useful articles
for 'douse Keepers that "will ap
pear on Jas. Mr Cobb's 5 aud 10
cents - Bargain Co inters^ for "tl e
next sixty diys,
- Miss.Mae Walker was v among
the shoppers in our tjwn on Sat
urday last. The school which she
has be-?n teaching above Pleasant
Lane basv closed for this -session.
Full stock hames, traces, and
all kinds ofiarmiog implements.
. P. P. Blalock, Jr.
The mauy friends of Miss June
:K?cb<>l?ou~ throughout our towu
and county will be gratified to
know of hei d- cided imoroveraent
lince reaching Edgefield. After
amending sevnral days with htr
sister, Mrs. Tbos. H. Rainrfo*^,
she has gone to the old home,
PRESCRIPTIONS our special
ty. We solicit your Prescriptions,
dav or night.
AVE GUARANTEE pure drugs,
ccurate compounding, aud ; rea
W. E. LYNCH & CO.
There ie Dothing- on the market
pprior to a "White Pove" Ham.
P. P, Blalook, Jr.
- Decorated Toilet Sets at $2.50
io $7.00. ; .
Edgefield Mercantile Compati.*.
See our;, beautifully decorated
Toilet Sets before you buy.
Frj?ib stock oC Art Squares and
ug? just received. ' .
JSd?efield Mercantile Company.
'A.c.ii.?'>o. . . O'- -AV HowOy^oiK
..?rubia, ha's submitted plans i
au ^estimate of the co; t of
Urging the Baptist church. ']
amount required will be ab
$2,503. No action has' yet bi
takeu by the church.
FOR REST: A suite ot se^
rooms iu the Addison house n
r.he Baptist church. Apply to
Misc Virginia C. Addisou
We are pleased to annoui
that Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Tillm
Jr., have returuedfrom Wash ii
.on, and will remain permaueu
at "Edgewood". Their friends i
delighted that they have return
several months earlier lhau th
?tt firat intended.
Ever since Mr. Wallace Wrig
came to Edgefield he bas stead:
made friends. For som?- mont
be wa3 salesman for Mr. W.
Hart but bis friends can now fi
him at the popular Lynch sto:
where be is already learning
mix invigorating, rofreshi
drinks after the most approv
^ust received the' best Se
Irish Potatoes in all the popul
varieties. Let me supply you.
P. P. .Blalock Jr.
It ib reported that a certa
young merchant prince of Fal
and a prominent and widely b
loved young teacher of the cou
ty are to unite their hands, hear
and fortunes at no very remo
day. Avery happy match 'cwill b
Large a'ock of the c?l?br?t?
"Old ^Hickory'' Wagons just r
ceived' All sizes at very reaso
Ramsey & Jones.
. "This is the first time you ha1
been to prayer meeting in a lot
time," said the pastor of a colore
congregation. "I had to come, r
plied Air. Erasmus Pjnkley. '
needa strength'nin' I'se got a.jc
white-washiu'' a chicken, coop a
buildin' a fence round a wale
Ask Mrs. I. A. Webb of Trei
ton what she thinks of the Modi
Queen Stove. Guaranteed t
Edgetieid Mercantile Co.
G .nU'and Boys' try the patei
Spring Col'ars at The Corner Stor
The S. C. C. I. 20mm.encem.eu
which is .annually looked forwar
to with many pleasant anticip?
tion6 by our entire citizenship
will begin this year eu the tbir
Suuday in May. The Rev W. 1
Wilkins, of Columbia, will preac
the commencement sermon au
Governor Heyward has been iu
vited to deliver the literary ad
dross of the occasion.
We are headquarters fur buggier
Such as the Hackney, Tyson ?
Jones, Rock Hill, Columbus am
Chase City buggies have stood th
test of years, and always giv
Ramsey ;& Jones:x
The^state pension board is nov
at work on the ro.Us that bav<
been sent in -from the couutiee
Owing to a greater <numb?r o
deaths-than new names added i<
$he. rolls, thsre is a decrease b
about ten per . cent, in . the tota
numb'er oT pensioners. This,de
crease, together with the $25,00(
increase in the amouut of the ap
propriatiou, should "make a verj
perceptible increase in thi
amounts paid to the individua
Just received a large supply ol
Hardware and Carpenter's Tooh
of all kind. Call upon us when ic
need of these goods.
v /Rauaeey & Joue.s.
Mr. Allen Samuel has resigned
his position witn Air. J. M. Cobb
reborn he has serged very faith
fully as salesman for severaj
years,and will accept a like posi
non with ine Corner Store. Mr
Cobb has engaged Mr. Walter E
liol s ton to till ihe vacancy. No
whbie iu the lorty-odd states cai:
j a young mau' be found who it
more honeBt, more capable or more
faithful in the conscientious dis
cnarge ot tvery duty than Walrei
liuisiun. Mr. o'obb bas been very
iorlunale in securing hid services,
Notice ci County Treasurer.
Ail pames concerned will pleats
U&e notico th..t alter >-arjn olbt
liJ.?t?, my orne; will be oi.u?eu iC
tit as tue coiltctiou of taxes OJ
J. 'LK. Pattison, Treue.," E. C.
Try Egg-?-See, the new cereal
fur uelicate people.
Stoves of ail kind $8.00 to
$35 00. .
Edgefield Mercantile Co.
Ergs For Hatching: Pure Bar
red and Buff Plymouth Rock,
Buff and Brown Leghorns, Rbodt
island Reds and Silver Laced
Wy andones for tale.. $1.00 per
setting 13 eggs.
W. Ti Kinnaird,
Waycros8, S. C.
Just received a large stock ol
Hames, Traces, Back-bands, Plows
and Plow Stocas. My prices are
very reasonable. Let me supply
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
Lace Surfains, Portieres and
Table Covers, all styles, sizes and
prices at *
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
Fresh canned goods of all kijda
al; very reasonable prices. ;Your
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
Our Irou Beds have been ad
mired by all who have seen them
prices very reasonable.
RAMSEY & JONES.
A full assortment of all binds
of leg?l blanks for sale at.the
Wtjila ihr- wrut-r wac ii? i
cruel clutched of grip last w.,el
very ki id and thoughtful frie
sent us two delightful bir
Whereupon our better-half-w
decided emphasis upon b'-ttri
?aid: 'TUtujake you some cbicl*
doup with thpm.'1 Chicken to
from birds, mark you.
We solicit your prescript!
business. Uiinoat cure is exercis
m compounding prescriptions a
only pure, ireaU drugs are Ubt
Our prices are very reasonable.
G. L. Penn & ?OU.
Miss Mary Buford asks us
auuouuce that be. spring lot
bate* aud nulliuery will rea
Edg'.'fieid iu a lew days, and tc
shu will have her usual spri
Opening on tbe 2ud of April. S
invites her patrons to coma ai
look at au un usual i y attract i
display of new aud pretty stylt
Uetealite Top Dressing f
Grain, Cerealite tor Corn'and Cc
ton Cheaper and better thi
W. W. Adams.
It is told tout a woman ou
windy day had hard work keepit
her hat on her bead, and usc
both bauds to hold it ou, lei tit
Oer skirts fly. '"Madam" said
mau of Jiouor "your skirts a
above your knees." 'I don't cai
if they are'", said the woman "i'l
had those legs forty years and tt
wind bas never blown them aws
yet, but 1 ju3t bought this hat ft
$18, and I dou't intend to lose it.
We claim-to be heatlquarters f(
Mr. and Mrs. Potter who bav
made Edgefield their lome fe
several winters are again iu Jttdg
field for a season. The extreir.
cold at tbe norlb just ucjw has ii
duced them to remain uutil th
atmosphere of their norther
home is more iuviting. They ai
with Mr. aud Mrs. M. A. Tay loi
The most attractive ba:
gams for the season in Dr
Goods, Laces. Embroideries, ??pt
cial Values in White Goodi
Lawns, Madras, aud Giughai
wili be put on our bargain ?u?i
tels during the next 80 days.
J. M. C obb.
Mr. J. Hubenstein has ju:
opened up a new lineoi milliner)
bits and materials, the lat?fi
shape s and styles. Miss Bess i
Rowe is in eharge of this depart
ment, and being just from Atlan
ta, the Southern Metropolis, i
prepared to give satisfaction t
the most fastidious. Call and se
Tiy my Snow Flake Flour
Scores of the best people in tb
towu ani vicinity have beei
using this flour more than a year
Fifty barrels just received direc
from the mills.
P. P. Blalock. Jr.
The Knights of Pythias of Lees
ville and vicinity have arraugee
to hold a special meeting at Lees
ville on Thursday, April the 19th
A number of prominent Py.thiai
Knights have been invited tc
make addresses, among then
being "Rev: G. E'.VBurts. Af ter thc
regular exercises are compl?t?e
a sumptuous banquet will bc
served at The> Lexington, thc
tourist hotel near Leesville.
FOR RENT: One new seven
room house, also one five-roon
house. Apply to
J. L. MIMS.
Little Miss Emma Mims cele
boated on last Weduesday after
noon at. ber Buncombe nome, he:
twelth birthday auniveisary. She
entertained on this happy occa
sion the pris of her class, thc
seventh grade, and a few othe:
friends. With appropriate games
aud feasting, .the afternoon- wai
quickly gone, and tbe 1 rt tle guesti
went home full of eutbueiasn
over their afternoons enjoyment
Large assortment of clocks
good time-keepers- at low prices
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
Huuters bave under the lav
only three more days in which tc
*njoy their favorite pport. A oe7
bird law has been euacted whicr.
makes the next hunting spasoi
six weeks shorter. Instead of open
ing next fall on November the 1st
as heretofore, tbe new ?aw fixei
the date at November the 15th
and ihe season for shooting bird?
wi?l close next spring ou Maret
1st instead of April the first.
Rais? Fice Chickens . I breer]
Barred Plymouth Rocks only,
My Hens are purest breed; my
Cocks are direct from Lancaster,
Pa., and are very fine. Will sell
13 eggs for $1.00, also v.^ry fine
hens for 50 cents each.
J. P. BATES.
On WV?dn>fld >j night about ?ralf
past two o'clock the slumbering
town was awakened by the alarm
of fire. It proved tobe the livery
stables of Jones efe Son, adjoining
the office of E. H. Folk, Esq. The
I ptitire stables and coctents wen
destroyed, also ene horse. The in
surance amounted to thirteen hun
dred and fifty dollars. We nu
deretand that Messrs. Jones & Son
wilJ begin at once to rebuild on
the same Bpot. The blacksmith
shop of Giles Butler adjoining
the stables was also burned with
We offer you choice of 100 pain
Ladies' and Misses' Slippers, for
merly sold from 75 tents to $2.00,
at 50 cents a pair.
The Corner Store.
If you want a nice and up-to
dat; job take,your shoes to King's
shop and you will get it. Give
him a trial and be convinced that
bis is the place to have your shoe
work done. Tacks will not burl
your feet when he repaiis them.
Messrs. .. Jackson &: Johnson
have on hand moro than.one hui;
dred bushels of peas for seed They
eau; furnish all of the.popular,v?-.
rieti?s ?it I he market^ price. ThoFc
who..cofjtoinplat.i- planting ii-larg'
crop, and are not ?et'supplied
wilh seed, will dowell to see these
popu ar merchants at once., -
Heintz's Pickles, Olives. Mus
tard and Sauid Dressing always
Timm?.us Bros. ? ?
Several unsuccessful a-ternpts
have been made in th>? past to-'
form au ii-.corporared town of
North Augiio'a. Au election has
been ordered for April -the 9th.
So evenly divided are the resi
dents of this popular Carolina
suburb of Augusta thal beth .sides
are already claiming a victory.
Gents' and Boys' take a peep at
The Corner Store's Easter neck
Besides' irreparably damaging
the fruit, the very unseasonable
weather through which we have
I j ust passed has bad a very de
pressing effect upon those who
have to buy fuel. Not ;i few coal
bins and wood piles were getting
low' and many who had congratu
lated themselves upon having no
more fu??l to buy will have togo
down in their j^ans for more cash
The public should not forget that
we keep iu stock every kind
and size of coffin and. casket from
$3.00 to $200.00. We can fill order
day or night. Our hearse is ready
to meet all calls on short notice
ac a reasonable price.
EdgefieJd Mercantile Co.
The great bulk of the taxes have
b eu paid, tb-re being probably
not over $5,000 yet uncoilncted.
Those who have neglected this im
portant matter had better take
warning from the notice of Dr.
J. T. Pattisou, the efficient couu
ty treasurer, in whicli he states
that his office will not be open
any louger than March 31st for
the purpose of collecting taxes.
Take Penn's, bitters for the
liver. There is notbi-g better.
'G. L.'PENN & SON.
Little Miss Leila Bland Tomp
kins' name must by all means bli
enrolled as a member of the Chry
santhemum association.. Sho has
douotless inherited a penchant
for ilower-lore from her paternal
grandmother, who is one of the
most accomplished and success
ful florists in the Carolinas.
Nice Decorated 100 piece Din
ner. Sets at $8.50 aud $10.00.
Forty-two pine? Sets $5.00,
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
Swift's, Baldwin's, Baugh's,
Bradley's, and Etiwan Guanos.
"You pays your money and takes
W. W. Adams.
FOR SALE : Oae oak side-' oard,
hat, rack, parlor set, bed-room set,
10-diuiug chairs, cook stove, two
burner oil stove, small Jcoal stove
(suitable for office), 12-foot ex
tension dining table (walnut),
also upright piano slightly used.
The foregoing can be seejri by call-.
. ihg between now and April -?tmjat
the residence of
Mrs. T. A. Rice:
HE above picture of the
man and fish is the trade
mark of Scott's Emulsion,
and is the synonym for
strength and purity. It is sold
in almost all the civilized coun
tries of the globe.
If the cod fish became extinct
it would be a world-wide calam
ity, because the oil that comes
from its .liver surpasses all other
fats in nourishing and life-giving
properties. Thirty years ago
the proprietors of Scott's Emul
sion found a way of preparing
cod liver oil so that everyone can
take it and get the full value of
the oil without the objectionable
taste. Scott's Emulsion is the
best thing in the world for weak,
backward children, thin, delicate
people, and all conditions of
wasting and lost strength.
Send for freo sample.
SCOTT Ss BOWNE, CHEMISTS
-409-115 rEAJlC STBEET, KEW TORS
Mo. and $1.00. All druggists.
Seed Irish Put atoes in all thf
leading and popular varieties
Rose, Goodrich, Pierless. Bliss
just received direct from th*
celebrated Buist farm.
G. L. Peun & Son.
Try a barrel of my guaranteed
fluur at Five and a quarter pei
barrel. Satisfaction or your money
W. W. Adams.
Roll fo.it and head, quarter
awed solid oak 70 inch Buds for
$8.GO. Roll foot and bpad, quarter
sawed, polished panels 84 lu. bed
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
the label. Use
whose label si
made with cn
only thc Royal
which is thc. bes'
baking powder tha
? rrj! i .'. , .
The public will be gratified to
If ara that Len G. Broughton the
great Atlanta preacher and lectur
er, has again made an engagement
to be in our opera house, lburs
cpy/night, April the twelfth. Mr.
Broughton, beeidet beiugjpastor of
the largest church in tho south,
hasrnore than national fame as a
lecturer. The subjecf of the lecture
on tlvis occasion will- be "Down ?D
the Dumps." Begin to make your
arrangements to come.
Money For Sub-Alliances.
The members of tho Edgefield
Alliances that had stock in the
State Alliance Exchange should
get-together and present' their
claims properly attested to Dr. W.
H. Timmerman, who as trustee
haB Edge-field county's portion of
tbe fund in hand for distribution.
Dr. Timmerman is very auxious
to disburse this money, therefore
he urges upon the trustees or mem
bers of sub-alliances to present
their claims at his office at Bates
burg and thej' will be promptly
Mission Society at Horn's Creek.
On Sunday afternoon, after the
regular preaching service at Horn's
Creek, the ladies of that church,
organized themselves into a mis
sion society, with Mrs. John F.
Atkins, president, Mrs. J. N. Fair,
vice-president, Misj Mattie Lyon,
secretary a-nd Mrs. Lemie Talbert,
:rea9urer. Horn's Creek is the old
est church in the Edgefield asso
ciation and ie composed of an in
telligent membership, and we pre
dict for this organization a useful
' Friday evening was the occasion
of.au interesting event in our col
lege life. The ?Senior ' class enter
tained tb? faculty, Junior Sopho
more, and Freshman classes at a
reception and banquet. The early
evening was spent in the gymna
sium rooips in the enjoyment .of.
such games as , accorded" with the
dignity.qfrsenio'-s. ."At 10 o'clock
the b$u qb 3t.. ^. w a s . B e r v e d in the
spacious: ili.iiing' ?a?l3 -cakes .7 and;
ices corn posing- a'delightful menu.
The "di nih g hall was festooned in
the class color's-, garnet and white,
and the. .tables arrangod in the
shape of a cross, with small
tables in the angles, seated one
hundred'and twenty-five guests.
The centre table was especially
arranged with artistic effect, with
the color decorations' and the
eleven candles in the centre.
Around this table eat the eleven
hosts and hostesses, nine young
lad.es and two young gentlemen:
Misses Ida Uaiu, Ola Burkhalter,
Leila Boles, Laura Smith, Josie
Shephard, Cora Whittle, Daisy
Lyon, Robbie Jones. Ethel God
man, Curtis Crosby and Charlie
Black. This fable was served last,
the young ladies who were tl?
hostesses, doing the graceful thinp,
and waiting upon their guests in :
person before they themselves had .
partaken of the feaft. All such
happy occasions as this are those
of wnic'h we might zealously say.
"the moie, the merrier."
Car load of Stoves just arrived
Cau furnish stoves from $8. to
35. Guaranteed to give perfect
satisfaction or money refunded.
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
A beautiful array of lovely New
We will make a
from the 'begiuning.
CO pieces Madras, yard wide,
50 pieces Percale at 10 cents 1
. ?0 pieces Exc?l!eut value Gin
Hills Semper Id^m, Barker Milli
4-4 Bleaching at 7f ce??s by the t
BEA UT FF UL 1
Panama in Checks, Stripes, Soli? e
49 cents vorth 78 cents.
Very large stock of Wasb Cbiffon
40 inches w de at a sacrifice.
White Mercerized Waisting from
in Hosiery, Gloves, Pearl Bultonp
Embroidered Shirt Waits, AU-oi
and Embroidery, a big value.
Goods are all Fresh and New.
A Bfug?iu awaits our customers i
? Look upon
only a powder
hows it to be
;am of tartan
ty Hes in buying
t cream of tarta*
it can be had.
Death of Urs. ?. L. Bmnsou
After a brief illuees, a fatal at
tack of pneumonia, Mrs. -A. L.
Brunflon of Cleora is no more.
What has been said td be one of
the saddest occasions to those who
were present in mauy days, were
the last obsequies hela over the
remains of this beloved wife and
mother at Antioch ou Friday
afternoon. There- was present a
large number of relatives and
friends from the community and
from Edgefield, who saw the ro
mains placed beside the grave of
Lucretia who had gone to the bet
ter laud just five mouths ago. I*
was this grief as much as any
other cause that hastened this de
voted mother to her last resting
place. Mrs. Brunson had been a
member of Autioch church for
many years.. Mr. Littlejohn, her
?as tor, Mr. Mealing, Mr. Burgees
and Mr. Burts were present and
assisted at the funeral. All the
immediate family bad reached
the bedside while they could still
be recogu'zed, ard it was the
brctbere of Mr. and Mrs. Brunsou
who carried the body to the grave.
Mrs. Brunsou is survived by her
husband and three daughters,
Mrs. Susan Hill,Mrs. Wade Coth
rr.n of Abbeville, Migs Cleora
Brimson, and a son, A. L. Brun
A Fine Representative of The Mc
Kendree Poultry Yards.
Should you al any time in pass
ing the writer's home in Bun
combe see what at first appears to
be a young ostrich do not think
we have opened up an ostrich
farm in competition with the Caws
ton farm in California. It is only
a mammoth, thoroughbred J y
mcuth. Rock rooster from the Mc
Keudree Poultry Yards, which
was sent us a few days ago with
the compliments of Mis. J. M.
Shaffer. We are vory' grateful to
our kind friend for the. timely
gift, for we are greatly interested
in chickeu raising this year, ex
pecting to raise ono round hun
dred, for the candidates." We think
we ought, to succeed, .admirably
after the addition of this, very Sue ?
b iid to pur .flock- - He was ; c ojd i al
ly.. 'received 'by-all. except one
rooster who. .imagines himself the
"cock of the walk" and wants all
of the hens for his very own. In
deed, so decided are his Mormon
proclivities that we have named
Letter to Reddick Burnett
Dear Sir: It's tho same every
where: can't guess little, enough.
Mr. C. 0. Brown, Columbia, S.
C., employed an experienced paint
er to paint his house. The painter
on seeing the quantity sent to the
bouse-Devoe-said there wasn't
enough. There were ten gallons
l?ft, when the job wes done.
It's the common experience.
F. W. DEVOE & Co.
The Edgefield Mercantile Co.
Sachet powder-all odors -in
bulk, Colgate's Talcum Powder,
Roger & Gallef'e Toilet Powder at
FOR SALE: Oue good buggy
mare. For further information
apply at this office.
Goods now ready for th.3 shop
at 12 cts worth 15 ct*.
.vortli 12? cants.
gham at 5 cts in-Driss Styles.
j, Fruit of Lo un, A nd ra scogg in
mit for cash.
1 in I fashionable Groy Shad-'S lit
s, Persian Lawn and ludia Lirons,
S to 3S couts wort'i double the
?er 0:i i-.tal Lice work, Edging
ii evt-ry department.
To the Planters of Edgefield 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 v/ho
have used it contiually since its introduction in our
county, which fact p:oves the exceptional merit of
ZBRS, the Cotton,j Corn
and Grain grower. J
Bet?re making your Fertilizer deals for 1906 talk*1!
with our representative, " '?
"W. ~W. J^ilSLJXl s,
who ;will give you the secret of making a bale to the
acre. . . r .
?yia^clx and J^pril.
White Lawns and Piques. ,
Pearl Buttons, special values, 2-h to 5 cents
Embroideries, Lace and Ribbons-especially
Headquarters for ; ?;
^and Ells. Hats#
0jVvYjB?t our Bargain Couulers often and get Good Values. )
New Spring Goods;
Watch this space next week for bargains in
I have just returned from Northern Markets,
where I' purchased the latest Novelties in DRY
GOODS. NOTIONS, Etc.
Don't buy until you see this immense outlay of
JAS. E. HART;
Get your Laundry in Tuesdays,
NEW SPRING GOODS
We are daily receiving a liue'of Spring
Call and see us. We can fill
.your wants. " -
??g^Next to post-office,
It will be to
To.come in and examine the new Prints, Percales, (}ingu&m, Lawas ,
and Linens we are showing.
Prints at 5 cents per yard. 36 inch Percales 10 and 12)? cents
Go:d quality Gingham 10 ciiits. 40 inch Lawns 10 and IQ}? cents.
Persian Lawu and India Linons at all prices,
White Linen for Waists and Suits
at 1G^3, 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 not carry
..Get our prices on anything in Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes and Hats
and we will be satisfied with the results.
and IO oexrt?
There are many very useful articles and at very low prices,
er the Fud! Nome
Cures a Cold in Om Day, Grip m Two?
Pureba ers of om .go *ds do not re
q i\re a second u" yins to buy. A sinjrla
test convinces them that our
STAPLE AND FANCY
ari of superior qual'ty. On that
point of quality we make a bri for
the!rade ol' those who believe that
ru be more essential than an extraor
dinary low price.
Hut prices talk, and none more eff
ectually than ours.
?fjgyw.i invite you to call.
NEAR NEW D
I EDGEFIELD, S. C.
State and County Depository.
J. C. SnErPAiiD, W. W. ADAMS;
J. H. BOUKXIGDT, T. H. HAINSFORD,
J. M. COBB, B. S. HOLLAND,
A. S. TO! T>KINS, C. C FULLKB,
J. C. SHEPPARD, Prejtf?aent.
W. W. ADAMS, V??f5e-Prerident.
E. J. MIMSjJ^aahier
J. H. MTiiEN, Ass't Cashier.
on deposits by special
."ney to loan on liberal terms',
prompt and polite attention to bus- '
nes3. ? \
YOUR Account Solicited