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WEDNESDAY, APRIL ll, 1906.
J Lee^L NeWs- j
Dr. Brought JO is coming
Aren't yon going-to hear bim?
Soring.must bo her* at I ast. Thev
rlyiug antaand candidates are out.
Cerealite, Cerealite, Cereahte.
Ask W., W. Adams about it.
Mr. sud Mrs. John Floyd and
< Mrs. Joseph Grafton were among
the visitors to our city on Satur
The .rooming of Dr. Leu G.
Broughton on to-morrow, evening
.38 the talk of the town.
50 Pieces White Madras and
P. K's. at. Hart's.
Washing machines are becorniuff
quite generally used. ' Mr. W. W.
Ada-ns has recently sold a number |
We direct attention to the new
adveitisements of Mest re. J. E.
Hart, J. M. Cobb, J. RuLcnstein
and Messrs. Dorn & Mime.
Miss Leila Kemp has closed her
Behool in the lower part of this
county and is now taking a spe
v c?al conree at tho S. CCI.
MissBeatrice McClure and her
brother came down from Kirkley
last week to visit their sinter,
Mies Lula'McClure, who is a very
popular student of the S. U. C. I*
. The Woman's Mif?ionfcry Ucicn
of the EdgefieJd aseociation will
. meet at Parksville OD May 1-2.
The program will be published
Paas' Egg Dyes, all colora.
G. L. Penn & Sou.
. Mrs. Dr. W. D. Jennings, of
Augusta, who is as youthful look
ing as when she lett Edgefield
more than a decade ago, came up
Saturday to see Mrs. S. B. Mays.
Miss Jennie Pattison, having
completed her school duties at
Wards, bas come home to remain
permanently. Some pf our young
men will not now wear euell long
Prophet James H. Tillman, of
Chippewa lribe No. 14, is in at
tendance upon the Great. Council
of Red Men which ia in session in
Newberry this week.
Easter Candies-Fresh ship*
.mentjust received by .
G. L. Penn & Sou.
It requires very little mouey to
set up housekeeping now-a-days.
Why, a bride aud" groom can go to
' . M. Cobb's variety counters
furnish -their kitchen for,
. .^ety-eight cents. -
. jfWauted 500 children to see our I
J. E. Hart.
The ehi?f .topics of conversatiou
?mong the woman and children
these April'days are Easter eggs
and Easter bonnets. As for the
men,/they are somewhat "down iu
.tb?'mo?th.'' You know, the men
jhave to "p;iy the freight," and
lEaster freight is pretty heavy.
Our Teas-both Black ..and
Green-are the best OD the market.
G. L. Pean & SOD.
Mrs. G, D. Mime, accompauied
by ber pretty little daughter, Sal
lie, ppeut Saturday in Augusta.
Mrs.' T. R. Whatley returned
.with them and wiil be their guests
.for several days
PRESCRIPTIONS our special
ty. We solicit your Prescriptions,
; VVE GUARANTEE pure drugs,
accurate compouudiog, aud rea
W. E. LYi[CH & CO.
This evening at. nine o'clock.
Mr. J. Horde Allen and Miss
.Liuie Rr. Mime will be married at
-.the home of Mrs. M. Kate Mime.
Only the members of the immedi
ate families will be presetit. Rev.
C. E. Burts will be the officiatiug
jVIr. W. M. Carter, the popular
rand efficient cashier of the Fi:6t
.National* Bank of Bateeburg, was
?amoog ihe visitors to Edg?-field
.on Sunday last. He was accompa
nied by Ur. Eugene Hartley.
"Jhe Advertiser Job office is turn
ip but some first-class work.
Seud ns your orders for printing
of ali kiuds. Satisfaction guaran
We claim ic be headquarters for
FOR SALE: Choice "Sweet Po
tatoes for Seed. Leave your or
.der8 at the Advertiser office.
Ladies try a pair of the Corner
Stdre'e Easter 0. 0. aud Reede
Legg?ifc's celebrated Teap, and
.Hoasted Coffee from 10 to 30 cents
.Freeh ebipmeut of Georgia Cane
?.od }8em Orleans Syrup.
Full stock haines, traces, and
all biuds of farming implements.
P. P. BlalocMr.
There is nothing on the market
superior to a .*White Dove" Ham.
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
Decorated Toilet Sets at $2.50
to $7.00. .
v Edgefieid Mercantile Compan/.
See our beautifully decorated
toilet Sets before you buy.
RAMP ey & JONES.
'? Who is it (hat Rev. Sam Jo
says . weighs loo: pounds", :
pounds beiug backbone and
pouuds hair?" ^
Those desiring to have eewi
dono will do well to call on M
Tua Hill who has rooina at M
Kate Min^'residence. She hus li
large exerience in" cutting*?
fittiug, and sews beautifully.
The best quality of Violet a
Florida Water on the market
TIMM ON s BROS.
. Mr. A. E. Padgett attended t
meeting of the ??tate Democrai
Executive Committee in Colui
bia ou Thursday last, and on ]
turning stopped over in Batesbu
with relatives and friends for se
WANTED: People to know ih
[ have Worrell's Insect Extern:
uator and Disinfectant for sal??,
kills bed. bugs, roaches, mot]
mosquitoes, fleas lice and mit
instantly. Only 25 cents per bc
tie with sprayer.
J. W. Whittle.
It being . impossible for Go
Key ward to accept tho invitatio
extended him to make tue literal
address at the R. C. C. 1. cot
meucement, Hou. M. F. Ansel hi
b^en invited to deliver the addre
and has accepted.
Mrs. W. J. Hatcher of Johnsto
whj is the assistant superiutein
eut of the fc'uubeam work iu th
state, visited Edgetield ou Suuda
last, and made a helpful and beal
tiful talk to the Edgefh ld ' Si J
beams. This occasion was an ii
spiring oue to ail who were presen
New' Belts in Silver, Goi<
Japanese, Kid, Dresden and Cat
vas, juBt received.
J. E. Hart.
On Wednesday evening of tb i
wsea Uol. F. K. Bailey wi
deliver an address before th
school of Miss Maude Jumper nee
?priugf?eld, S. C., and ou Frida
(iveuiug will deliver au addre.s
at the dosing exercises of Mr. 1
H. Bussey's school at Blythewcot
Ladies Bee the Corner Store'
Easter neca fixings.
At th's season of the year mau
housewives are iongiug and look
ing for something that destroy
mites ou chickens and vermin o
all kinds. Mr. J. W. Whittle ha
ou sale at his store a preparatioi
that will instantly kill ibefe peutE
it is easily applied and leaves n
injurious effects. Call and aek Mr
Whittle about it.
White Cauvas Hand Bags ar
the latest at
The vegetable gardens in an(
around Edgefieid will be grievous
ly neglected this year, all cf thi
attention being given to cbryban
themum culture. Que lady has pu
four loads of manure under anc
around 12 chrysanthemums, auc
another lady, who will only plan
?ix, is going to have six wells duj
and filled with rich earth to se
lier flowery pets iu.
Gents' aud Boys' try the paten:
Spring Collars at The Corner Store
On accouut of the extreme ill
ne?s of Mrs. S.' B. Mays, her three
sons-Mr. B..F. Mays, from Beau
mont Texas, Mr. Arthur Mays
from his position with the South
ern railroad and Mr. Calhoun
Mays from the College' of Char
] stou-were summoned to her
bedside last week. We are happy
to chronicle the fact that this
good and widely beloved woman
is decidedly better.
For delightful, refreshingdrinkB
of all kinds come to . the Luray
G. L. Penn & Son.
Mr. R. J. Moultrie, a represen
tative citizen of the Rehoboth sec
tion and a man who is honored
and esteemed wherever he is
known, announces .himself a can
didate for the important office of
Supervisor of Edgefieid county.
Being ponsessed of very decided
mechauical genius and having had
considerable experience iu work
ing convicts, Mr. Moultrie is well
fitted for the duties of the office
to which he aspires.
Substitutes fjr coffee may
flourish for a season Lut nothing
will ever be found to take the
place of tbis popular beverage. It
has been usad for thousands of
years and doubtless ils use will
be contiuuad throughout the com
ing ages. Have you tried the
.'White Star" bra?d of coffee that
is being sold by Messrs. G. L.
Penu k. Sou? Scores of families
are using it and will have no
other.'It is a very superior article
aud yet the price is reasouablo,
within reach of all,
FOR SALE: A Fiue Milch Cow.
James T. Mims.
Ask Mrs. I. A. Webb of Tren
tou what she thinks of the Model
Queen Stove. Guarauteed by
Edgefieid Mercantile Co.
Car load o? Stoves just arrived
Cau furnish stoves from $8. to
35. Guaranteed to give perfect
satisfaction or money refunded.
Edgefieid Mercantile Company.
Try Egg-O-See, the new cereal
for delicate people.
Stoves of all kiud $8.00 to
Edgpfield Mercantile Co.
Raise Fice Chickens' I breed
Barred Plymouth Rocks ^nly,
My Heus ara purest breed ; my
Cocks are direct from Lancaster,
Pa., and are very fine. Will 6ell
13 eggs for $1.(30, also vory fine
hens for 50ceDts each.
J. P.* BATES,
Th? friends of Mies June N;
0I8OD are exceedingly happy o
her rapid recuperation siuco
turning from China.- She at toi
fd SftrviceB in her church on Si
day morning last for the first ti
ii: nearly six years.
UH: ea; ?te Tup Dressing
Graiu, Cerealite fur Corn and C
tou Cheaper and better tr.
W. W. Adams
Giles Butler, the "old reliab
village blacksmith, who was
cently burned out, leek, stock a
barral, can be found for the pr
eut at the shop of "Unele" Staffi
Terry on Geter street. Very 60
GileB will have a new and up
date shop on the south side of t
Ryan hotel lot.
Special notice given you. Lc
out for the many useful artic
for House Keepers that will i
pear on Jas. M. Cobb's 5 and
cents Bargain Counters for t
next sixty days.
Misa Bessie Rowe, who h
ebal ge of Mr. J. Ruben6tein's m
linery departmeni, has alreai
established* a reputation as-;
adept in the art of making ai
trimmiug ladies' and misses' ha
The success of Mr. Rubenstein
this new department is far great
than be expected. He invites t
ladieB to call and iuspect hi*3 bea
..Wauled every lady in Edgefie
to see our . Hue of wash Dre
The souvenir and comic post
cards aro the craze now everywhei
Those displayed in the window
Messrs. Lynch & Co. are att.'ac
ing considerable attention. Tl
subjects are rich aud provol
much laughter. Lest he forgi
you, purchase a card and mail
to a far-away friend. Just let hi
know that you are ''holding yoi
own" if you have mining eUe
Large s'ock of the c?l?br?t?
"Old Hickory*' Wagons just r
ceived. All sizes at very reasoi
Ramsey & Jones.
Mr. D. P. Self was the first I
step boldly and feailessly out an
break the ice with bis little fee
making a hole sufficiently lar?
for all of the candidates to g<
their well-baited books in th
political fish pond. Mr. Self need
no introduction to the .voters c
Edgefield COUP ty. His record r
Supervisor is before them and h
is willing to stand or fall by thu
record. The office to which he d'
sires to be re-elected is very diff.
cult to fill. The salary should b
increased, making it commensui
ate with the amount of "cueein
ihe Supervisor ?eceives.
The public should uot forg-it tha
we keep i? stock every km
and size of coffin and casket fror
$3.00 to $200.00. We can fill orde
day or night. Our hearse is read
to meet all calls on short nolie
at a reasonable price.
Edgsfield Mercantile Co.
So derply rooted and grouudei
is their confidence in and ?ffe:
tion for their former pastor, Rov
L. A. Cooper, that the member
of the Johnston Baptist church
after being without a pastor fo:
several months, have extended ?
unanimous call to Rev. Mr. Coop
er to come and serve them again
No higher or more sincere com^
plimer^_ci.U be bestowed upoi
this very zealous laborer than thii
recall to the field in which hi
accomplished such great and last
ing good. If some one can be founc
to relieve him of the importan
work for the Greenville Fernali
Collpge, we trust that Rev. Mr
Cooper will return to Johnston.
Gents' and Boys' take a peep a
The Corner Store's Easter neck
Just received a large supply ol
Hardware and Carpenter's Toolf
of all kind. Call upon us when ic
need of these goods.
Ramsey &, Jones.
FreBb canned goods of all ki jd
at very reasonable prices. ?.Youl
P. P. Blalock Jr..
Our Iron Beds have been ad
mired by all who have ee?n them
prices very reasonable.
RAMSEY & JONES.
Lace Curtains, Portieres and
Fable Covers, all styles, sizes and
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
The season for gardening ie
here. We have a Full aud Fresh
Assortment of Buist's Garden
Se?ds of all kinds. There are none
better on the market. Let us sup
G. L. PENN& SON
We are headquarters for buggies.
Such as the Hackney, Tyson ct
Jones, Rock Hill, Columbus and
Chase City buggies have stood the
test of years, and always give
Ramsey & Jone?.
Eggs For Hatching: Pure Bar
red and Buff Plymouth Rock,
Buff and Brown Leghorns, Rhode
Islaud Reds and Silver Laced
Wyandottes for sale. $1.00 per
Betting 13 eggs.
W. T. Ki una i rd,
Way cross, S. C.
Just received a larg^ stock of
Hames, Traces, Back-bands,' Plows
and Plow Stocks. My prices are
very reasonhble. Let me supply
P.. P. Blalock, Jr.
We solicit your pretcripfion
business. Utmost care is exercised
in compounding prescriptions ami
only pure, frosh drugs aro U?ed.
Our prhe? ara very reasonable.
G. L. Penn & Son.
Mr. Calhoun Addressed The Voters
lb r?ponse to the invitation of
Col. Wm. P. Calhouu sixty-odd or
more voters assembled . in the
court house on Thursday evening:
last. The meeting wa? called to
order by S. McG. Slinking Esr.
The 01.ly v. e prest':.t to addiessl
the meeting was Mr. Calhoun, M |
candidate for mayor. He ire vis wi d
at some length the cou lition i f
our municipal affairs, outlining
his policy aiicl what he purposed
doiug for the town should the peo
ple sec fit lo elect him. No new or
very radicjl planks were inserted
iu bis platform as some l ad an
ticipated. Mr. Calhoun pledged
bis very best efforts to thc? duii^s
of this responsible position should
he be e'ec ted. -
A Surprise Marriage.
Qu^to a ripple of surprise wa?
created in Edgcfield social circles
on Sunday afternoon last when it
became known th.it Mr. Bunch
Timmerm&n and Miss Olena Pat
tison bad been quietly married by
Rev. P. P. Blalock, at the latter's
residence. Of course it bad been
known for some l?Q:e that they
were "good friends", as the young
people say, but no one. suspected
that Cupid would consummate
mattel's so early I
Mr. 'fi m m erm au is one of tie
leading salesmen of the Edgefield
Mercantile Company-a young
business man who holds the con
fidence and esteem of a large cir
cle ot' friends and acquaintances.
The bride is the eldest daughter
of Dr. und Mrs. J. T. Pattison, and
is p gentle, sweet spirited and
widely beloved young !ady. Hear
ty congratulations ure extended
these )ouug friends.
Visit From Miss Wilson And De
On Tuesday afternoon, April 3rd
at the regular meeting of thc
Ladies' Aid and Mission Society
of the Presbyterian church the
ladies had with them Misa Minnie'
Wilson, of Columbia, who ?3 a
home missionary stationed at
GrauiteviJle, assisting Rev. Mr.
Miller in his work m the Horse
Creek Valley. She made us a de
lightful talk and answeied many
questions for those present. Sbe
gave one much to think about and
encouraged us to renewed effort,
by bridging the real coi;d;tioLS
vividly before U3. We v. ill long
remember her visit with much
Rev. Mr. Burgess, ever ready to
oblige, took charge of the devo
tional exercises. The president,
Mrs. N. G. Evans, presided.
At the close of the meeting
Mrs. Lynch announced that she 1
would be charmed to havo us with
her for the re?t of the afternoon.
? It would be hard to describe the
enjoyable occasion, a'nd the good
times we had arouud the big long 1
table in good old fashioned style,
with the butler and maid iii clean, !
white aprons and silent hurryii g
feet. It is unnecessary to say any
thing of the nice things we ste,
tba mention of the hostess being
Besides the regular members of
the Society we had wiv,h us Mrs.
Byer, of Pennsylvania, and Miss
Helen King, of New Jersey, wLo 1
are with Mrs. David Strother for
the winter, also Mrs. Charlotte
Guerard and Misses Nickles and
At sunset we parted, feeling
more attached, one to thc other,
and more interested in the one
Take Penn's hitlers for the
liver. There is nothing better.
G. Ii. PENN & SON.
Nice Decorated J00 piece Din
ner Sets at $8.50 and $10.00.
Forty-two pi^c? Sets $5.00i
Edgefield Mercantile Company. .
Swift's, Baldwin's, Baugb's,
Bradley'^, and E ti wan Guanos.
"You pays your money and takes
W. ?V. Adams.
IN some conditions the
' gain from the use
of Scott's Emulsion is
very irapid. For this
reason we put up a
fifty-cent size, which is
enough for an ordinary
cough or cold or useful
as a trial for babies
and children. In other
conditions the gain is
be built up in day. '
In such cases ott's
Emulsion must t ?ken
as nourishment; ood
rather than a met ine.
lt's a food for tire<d and
Send for free .?ample
Scott Sc Bowne, 409-415 Pearl St.
Chemists New York
50c. and $1.00. All druggists
Try a barrel of my .guaranteed
flour at Five and a quarter pei
barrel. Satisfaction or your money
W. W. Adams. ,
Roll foot and head, quarter
sawed solid oak 70 inch Beds foi
$8.00. Roll foot and hpad, quarter
sawed, polished panels S4 In. bed?
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
Just received very fine Califor
nia table peaches. .
TIM MONS BROS.
Large . assortment of clocks
?ood time-keepers- at low prices.
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
It does not cont;
phatic acid (which is
digested in sulphur
(which is one-third
stances adopted for c
because of their che
On Monday morning April (he
9th ai ll o'clock, Miss Mary Rol
ston, was married to Mr. George
Whatley at Antioch church. Mise
Holsten is a gmduate of the South
Carolina Co-Educational Institute
and is ene of tho most efficient
and highly r-sU emed of the teach
ers of Edgefield county. Mr. What-,
ley is the postmaster al Fa!fa, and
is a successful merchant of that
community. After Mr. Littlejohn
had performed the marriage cere
mony Nr. and Jirs. Whatley drove
immediately toEdgi field and toole
'he t*ain for Columbia and Car
lisle, where they will spend ii week
or more. On tlifir return home
Mr. and Mrs. Whatley will reside
at Faifa. We wish for those two
young people great prosperity and
County Chairman Raincford Calls
Upon Clubs to Meet.
Township Democralic Clubs:
The President of Ibo Township
Clubs will assemble their club?
at their usual meeting places on
April 28ih, as provided by tb*5
coustilutioiv for the purpose o?
electing delegates to the county
convention, which will assemble
at Edgefield court house cn.May
7th, for the purpose of electing
delegates to'the state convention.
Thos. H. Rainsford,
The most attractive bar
gains for the season in Dry
Goods, Laces. Embroideries. Spe
cial Values in Wbite Good?,
Lawns, Madras, and Gingham
will be put on our bargain coun
ters during the next 30 days. .
J. M. Cobb.
Notice of Municipal Election.
An election will be held on
April 14th, for the purpose of
electing a Mayor and six wardens
to serve the town of Edgefield for
the next ensuing two years. Polls
will opsu at 8 o'clock and close at
i o'clock. The following managers
are appointed. J. P. Bales. E. J.
Norris and H. C. Watson.
C. E. May, Mayor.
"Model Queen"' stoves stand at
the bead of all cooking stoves. "We
have them in 22 in. oven?.
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
Has Stood the Test 25 Years
The old, original GROVE'S Tasteless
Chill Tonic. You know what you are
taking, it is iron and epiinine in a
tasteless form. Ko cure, no pay. (?Oe.
When Walk Over Shoes goon,
pour troubles go off.
J. E. Hart.
A beautiful array of lovely New
We will make a
from the beginning.
50 pieces Madras, yard wide,
50 pieces Percale at 10 cents \
10 pieces Excellent wlue Gin
Hills Semper Idem, Barker Mille
4-4 Bleaching at 7^ cents bv the h
Panama in Checks, Stripes, Solids
49 cents worth 7S cents.
Very large stock of Wash Chiffons
40 inches wide at a sacrifice.
White Mere rized Waisting from
iu Hosiery, Gloves, Pearl Buttons
Embroidered Shirt Waite, AU-ov
and Embroidery, a big valui.
Goods are all Fresh and New.
A Bargain awaits our customers ii
Y A CREAM OF
lin an atom of phos
the product of bones
ic acid) or of alum,
sulphuric acid) sub
>ther baking powders
Letter to Auditor J. B. Haltiwanger
Edgefield, S. C. .
Dear Sir: A great many people
will see your bouse in the course
of the uext ten years. We want
il to show what Dovoo leod-and
? zinc will clo. We should like you
j fo paint it, and then not paint it
?again for Un years-unless il
j needs repainting.
We'd like such a sample as ?hat
|ineveiy town in the country
j with a notice about ic in the local
j paper: "Mr. Haltiwanger's house
? was painted ten years ago with
De voe lead-and-zmc, and has
! never beeii re-painted. The color
j is not so bright an it was ; but the
! paint is as perfeC a coat, as ever,
to keep the waler out."
j, A good lead-and-oil job is ex
pected to last three years; it is a
i good one that lasts three years ; il
gen* rally does not. Devoe lead
land-zinc lasts twice as long, if
no! : -
"If you have any fault to find
with tbi> paint, either now in put
ting it on, or hereafter in the
wear, tell your dealer about it
"We authorize him to do what
is right at our expense."
We want your house as a sam
ple, and you as a witness.
F. W. DEV?E & Co.
The Edgefield Mercantile Co.
Have you tried our "White
Star" Coffee. There is nothing
better. Try it once and you will
use no other.
G. L. Penn & Sou.
Grip Quickly Knocked Out.
"Some weeks ago during the
severe winter weather both my
wife and myself contracted se
vere colds which speedily develop
ed into the worst kind of Ja
grippe with all its" miserable sym
toms," says Mr. J. S. Egleston of
Maple Landing, Iowa. "Knee6 and
joints aching, muscles sore, head
stopped up, eyes and nose running,
with alternate spells of chills and
fever. We began using Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy, aiding the
samo with a double dose of Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets, and by its liberal use soon
completely kuocked out the grip."
For sale by G-. L. Penn cfc Son.
Sachet powder-all odors-in
bulk, Colgate's Talcum Powder,
Roger & Gallet's Toilet Powder at
Just received the best Seed
Irish Potatoes in ail the popular
varieties. Let me supply you.
P. P. Blalock Jr. ,
Goods now ready for the shop
at 12 cts worth loots.
vorth 12? cents.
gbarn at 5 cts in Drosi Styles.
i, Fruit of Loom, Andrascoggiij
lolt for cash.
and fashionable Grey Shades at
i, Persian Lawn and India Lippus.
S to 3S cents worth double the
er Ori -rta! Lace work, Edging
i every department.
ay. SO cK?x&.
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 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.
jf Before making your Fertilizer deals for 1906 talk'
?with our representative,
Ivvho will give you the secret of making a bale to the
I invite the ladies of Edgefield and
vicinity to rall and inspect my large
new stock of SPRING MILLI
NERY. I am showing all of the
Latest Shapes and Styles of Hats,
also the very Latest Trimmings.
My prices are very reasonoable.
Miss Mary Buford
Near the Depot,
Use All Animal Matter Ammoniates
g High Grade Fertilizers
Office Oil, 012, 913 Prudential building,
TO FARMERS : For Cotton cultivation, a reliable fertili
zer made strictly fi oin ALL ANIMAL MATTER AMMONIATES.
Dried Blood and meat and bonoTankag?, should be used.. We
use nothing a)se as au ammoniatc. Swift's Reliable fert'lizers
will not eat the roois of plants in dry weather nor leach in
*et weather, which*can be
attributed to Cotton Seed
Write us for our new
1905 bookie!. Our fertil
izers are dry 8ud suitable
for Drilling and always:
uniform iu quality. Ue<?
Palmetto t?igh-Grade 8-3
WBSsWS?nWSfHSS til ind* corn8"cuItiration."
For Sate Bj ' \ ii, -
Every lady will want an Easter dress, and why not look through our
imrneuse collection of the Jate things before making your purchases.
Oar White Goods Department
is full and overllowing. 40 inch Batiste Lawns 10 to 20 cents; Silk fin
ished Madras 10 to 50 cents; Pure White Linens from 25 cents to $1.25;
French, Ihdia and Persian ..awns 6,'? t o 30. . ^
Our collection of
Colored Wash Fabrics.
cannot be surpassed, ranging from 5 !:o 50 cents per yard.
MOHAIR, PANAMA CLOTH, NEWDANE
CLOTH, HENRIETTA, HENLEY SERGES
for Easter Skirts.
is very ?trjng with us, keeping ^always to the highest standard.
Bc sure to sec our Hosiery, Neckwear, Handkerchief
Ribbons. Laces, Etc.
S. E. HART .
J$?P""Get your Laundry in Tuesdays.
We are daily receiving a line of Spring
HATS, @HOi2?$, CLOTHING.
Cali, and see us. We can fill
J3f Next to post-office,
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. HU inch Percales 10 and 12}? cents
Go:d quality Gingham 10 cunt?. 40 inch Lawns 10 and 10,'? cents.
Persian Lawn and .India Linons'at all prices,
White ?linen for Waists and Suits
at IO-.,. 2.") and 35 cent-.
Remember, these pricei arc good six days m elis week and the quan
I ?ty is not limited. .
Our goods ire al! priced a'; fair and
and av make iio state n tuts in our advertisements that we do uot carry
(?ctonr. pr:.:rs MI anything in Dry Go jil ?, Clothing, Shoes and Hats
and ne wi:I b . -atiMied with the results.
There arc many very useful articles and at very low prices,
ways lernender the Fid! Name
One Day , Grip ira Twa
oa Box. 25c.