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WEDNESDAY, SEP. 26 ,""1906.
The October term of Court of
Geueral Sessions will coovene OD
Monday. November the 8th. Judge
Memmiiager will preside.
Mr. J. Rubensteiu bas engaged
Miss Kato Reynolds to assist his
milliner,'Miss Rowe. Miss Kate's
Ninds?: of Edg' field friends are very
tappy over }V>T qoming to reside
The Corner Store is selling yairl
wido Sheeting 22 yards for $1.00.
Col. P. B. Mason, accompaniek
by Mr>. Mason, ep^nt last weed
visiting relatives near Good Hope
and in other sections of f/aluda
couti ty. .
The very faithful and well be
loved pastor bf the Presbyterian
.church. Rev. T. P. Burgess, ie ab
sent this week iu attendance upoD
' the Presbytery which is.in session
at Westminster, S. C.
You eau get the celebrated
Hamilton & Brown shoes and the
famous Elk Brand hats at Mr. J.
! . M. Cobb's. lu hie advertisement
I elsewhere iu our columns he tells
of the arrival of new tall and win
; Mr. D. H. F. Manson recently
purchased the MarsLall Faulk/r r
1 place, situated several miles north
west bf Meeting Street, from Mr.
JV P. Ousts. Mr. MansoD has rent
ed his newly acquired farm and
will continue to reside in Edge
field so as to reap the benefits of
our excellent school.
FOR RENT: A desirable resi
dence on Jeter Street. Good water,
necessary outbuildings, etc. Apply
tu Mrs. Emma Marsh.
Next Sunday being the 5th Sun
day, the:re will be no services in
the Baptist - church as the pastor
will he in attendance upon the
union meeting at Stevens' Crook
f. church. There will be services in
both the Methodist and Presbyte
rian churches on Sunday morning
Let everybody attend these servi
We have been informed that
. Mrs. Ida Stevens and her daugh
ter, Miss Lena, contemplate mov
ing to Edgefield to make their
home in future. They will re*
ceive a most cordial welcome
?. from their great number of rela
tives and friends who reside- m
I our town. We earnestly hope that
nothing will transpire to cause
them to chauge their plaua.
We direct attention to the ad
vertisement of MeesrR. Thomas &
;^Barton, of AUjgusta. This old-and
-. very<reliable .firm is one of -the!
. largest dealers in musical instru- j
m e nt e. iu rn i tu re.'. and house fu'r
?^??shiugs in the sou tn. ' They in-j
~ >4yite you to call to ese., them when
you visit our sister.city across the
:".-: ^ very h?Dd8omeyouDg pharma
cist, Mr. C. F. Hodges, eau now
be found at the drug store of Mes
srs. G. L. Penn & Son. Mr. Hodges
was reared at Hodges, S. C., and
is a descendant of one of the old
est and most h onored of the Pied
mont families. He is a very skilled,
practical druggist, haviughad fif
teen years experience in this par
ticular line of business. Edgefield
heartily welcomes Mr. Hodges.
FOR SALE: A large aud very,
beautiful Sword Fem. Apply to
Miss Virginia Addison.
Bir. W. G. Ouzts is a candidate
for the office of sheriff to fill the
,/unexpired term of his father, the'
lamented W. ' ET. Oazts. Having
been Depufy Sheriff for ^aplumber
of years, Mr. Ouzts is ' thoroughly
familiar with the duties that de
volve upon the sheriff, and wjll be
fearless and conscientious in the
discharge of those duties if he is
chosen by the people. An attempt
at an introduction of Mr. Ouzts ie
unnecessary for be is not only
well known but has many friends
: throughput the length and breadth
of the county.
We.arejieadquarters for buggies.
Such as the Hackney, Tyson &
Jones, Rock Hill, Columbus and
? Chase City, buggies have stood the
1 test of years, aud always give
. Ramsey & Jones.
Close prices on Bagging and
P. P. Blalook, Jr.
Large stock of the celebrated
"Old Hickory*' Wagons just.Te
ceived. All sizes at very reason
able pi icas.
Ramsey & Jones.
For delightful, refreshing drinks
of all kinds come to the Luray
G. h. Penn &Son,
Spectacles made up to suit your j
particular need at lowest possible
Geo. F. Mim8,
Edgefield, S. C.
PRESCRIPTIONS our special*
ty. We solicit. yourJPresoriptions,!
dav or night.
,. WE GUARANTEE pure drugs,
accurate compounding, and rea.
W, E. LYNCH & CO.
My 5 and 10 cents counters are
Ulled with,; many useful articles.
Especial valu ?s in Enameled
R. T. Scurry.
Our stock bf Furniture is
ill way s complete. Bed-room Suits
i'rom $20. up. We buy in car lots j
Ijnd r?an make very low prices..'
. Ramsey & Jones.
"If you .want to live long and
enjoy good health," Bays a physi
cian; "my advice is to choose a
room with a sunny aspect and give
yourself'plenty of .sleep with the
windows open, going to bed, if pos
sibly soon after 10 o'clock." -
The Corner Store is selling
Boys' Pants at 15, 25, and 50 cents
The sesBion of 1906-07 of the
Sooth Carolina Co-Educatbnal
Institute will formally open on
to-morrow morning with appro
priate exercises in the college au
ditorium. The public is invited
and urged to be present. Be sure
to attend and extend a warm wel
come to the teachers and Btudentp,
both new and old.
The advertisement or Mr. H. H.
Coskery, Augusta's leading dealer
iu buggies, carriages, wagoup, etc.,
appears in our columns. O.JH great I
?ecret of Mr. Coekery's success in
business is the .fact that he knowp
how to buy hie goods right. He
not only buys from the le&ding
manufacturers -of the country but
be purchases in such large quan
tities that be can make prices very
iow. Mr. Coskery oan sell you any
thing on wheelsat very reasonable
prices. He is one of the largest
distributors in the south of the
celebrated Babcock vehicles.
When you are in Augusta call in
to eee bim aad make your wants
known. He can supplyjthem.
Two-Horse Dray: I have pro
cured a license for a two-horse
dray and am ready ta serve the
public at reasonable prices, I can
be found at the depot, or 'phone
me at the store of Messrs. Jackson
It was with great regret that
Edgefield as well as President
Bailey gave up Capt. Cain asa
professor in the college. Ht wever,
we will have to forgive him for
thus deserting us as he has sentjhis
pretty young sister, Miss Lois
Cain, to be one of our college j?irls.
We say. uour college girls" ad
visedly, for the people of our town
feel very near to and take an in
terest in all of the students that
Cal l at the ?table of Mes: rs. B.
L. J ones & Son to see the beauti
ful French Caoch stallion. This
is one of the finest horses iu the
Mr. Walter P. Bruusou, a ster
ling citizen of the Cleora section
who is well and favorably known
in every portion of the county, an
nounces his candidacy for the
office of sheriff of Edgefield coun
ty. Mr. Brunson is fully capable
from every standpoint to discharge
the dutjes of this importan! office
and should the people elect him
he wil 1 use every endeavor to make
his administration one that will
be an honor to himself and to the
people of the county.
. Just Unloaded 1
Our car (1000 B??hels), ofgeuu
ine Texas-Red ; Rust Proof Seed
Oats. Call and see'sample and get
T. Garrett Talbert, '
Edgefield, S. C.
Lnrge assortment of beautiful
Gia86ware and China of all kinds
at very reasonable prices. I iuvite
the ladies to call.
R. T. Scurry.
Try . our "ooronation" and
"Snowflake" Flour. None better.
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
Fresh shipment of Pieces and
Olives just received.
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
We 'solicit your prescription
business. Utmost care is exercised
in compounding prescriptions and
only pure, fresh drugs are used.
Our prices are very reasonable.
G. L. Penn & 9on.
When you want a good smoke
cometo us. Our cigars are the
beeton the market.
Lpggett's celebrated TPHP, and
Roasted Coffee from 10 to 30 cents
Now is the time to give the tur
nip patch attention. The way to
succeed in growing them is to pre
pare well, fertilize well and then
plant Buist's seed. We have all
varieties, Buist's Improved Ruta
Baga, Yellow, Aberdeen, Golden
Ball, Yellow Globe, White Globe
and Seven Top. Send in your
G. L. Penn & Son.
Large supply of the celebrated
Roger & Gaile fc?owder, Soap, Toi
let Water and Extracts.
Where GO-FLY goes flies will
not go. .Use it on your horses and
cattle. Sold by
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
Fresh canned goods of all ki jds
at very reasonable prices. Your
P. P.Bialook Jr.
If you want good insurance
cheap-?at .actual cost-*-let me
write you a polioy in the'Southern
Mutual Lite lusuranpe Associa*
J, B. May,
Sachet powder=all qdors -in
bulk, Colgate's Talcum P >wder,
Roger & Gallet's Toilet Powcjer at
j , Timmoos Brosr
Full sitpply of Harris and
Glenn Spriugs water always on
Delightful Barbecue Hash and
Lye Hominy only 10 cents a can.
R. T. Sc urry.
Large assortment of Summer
Lap Robes at
Ramsey & Jones.
1 ? KESOUKCJS OTEE SI,OOO,OOO
L C. HAYNE,
Chas. C, Howard,
???EF?ELD, S. C., WED-NESI?Y, SEPTEMBE? 26, 1906.
HE NATIONAL BANK
? AUGUSTA, GA.
L. C. HAYNE, President.
FEANK G. FORD, Cashier.
Surplus and Profits. 150,000
I Wc abell be pleaaed to har? you open ac account
^ Tr j th thia Bank. Cuatoincraand corr?a i andr nu ea
aured of orery courut; and uccomni*Jadoa po*
ole under cuuairraUre, uiuU.ru J3*nkln? UK.U
jM^Vt-K-l lilli H !?
Healthful cream of tart
grapes, relined to absoli
principle of every po
Hence it is that
renders the food rema;
flavor and healthfulness.
1 No alum, no phosp
principal elements c
from bones? rock <
ROYAL BAKING POWI
Petit Jury, Second Week.
A S Rhoden, H H Sanders, W
H Turner, S G Hammond, W R
Freelaud, G W Johusou, Wilbur
Youce, G B -Reece, J L Scott, O J
Prince, M B Moultrie, O J Holmes,
J W Simmons, T E Byrd, J H
Cogburii, W M Hazel, Joe S
Smith, J R Stillwell, W H Rey
nolds, W L Rutland, B E Tim
merman, J J Gfiflis, J B Scott, W
F Wilkins, Butler Satcher, W B
Dunovant, W H Hammond, A A
Glover, B N Roberson, J W. Bos
well, P Roberson, J F Stillwell, J
T Faulkner, B M Sullivan, C W
Hare, R H Johnson.
Card From Mr. Dunovant.
Friends of Edgefield County:
Words canuot pxpress bow I ap
preciate your kiud expressions to
me to become a caudidate for
sheriff of Edgefield county, but I
am forced to decline to make the
race this time, as lt is utterly im
possible for me to do eo. I hope to
be with you two yearB heuce.
Thanking you again for your kind
words and vottis in the past, I am,
R. L. Duuovaut.
Card of Thanks.
I desire to thank my friends iu
every section of the county for
their support in the leoent elec
tion. Although ,1 was defeated, I
am deeply grateful to the loyal
friends who stood by mo. The
many kindnesses that were be
stowed upon m9 during the cam
paign will ever be- a pleasant
R. C. Griffis.
A tickling in the throat;
hoarseness at times; adeep
breath irritates it;-these
are features of a throat
cough. They're very de
ceptive and a cough mix
ture won't cure them.
You want something that
will, heal the inflamed
membranes, enrich the
blood and tone up the
system .'. .*. .*. ,\
is just such a remedy.
It has wonderful healing
and nourishing power.
Removes the cause of
the cough and the whole *
system is given new
strength and vigor .'. .'.
Send for free sample?
SCOTT Cjf BOWNE, Chemists
4O?-41J Pearl Street, Ne\o Tork
joe. and $r!oo. All druggist
Curer] by Chamberlain's Colic,
Choleiatind Diarrhoea Remedy.
'.Wheu my boy was two years
old he had a very Revere attack
of bowel co.nplaint, but by the
use of Chamberlain's Colio Chole
ra and Diarrhoea Remedy we
brought him out all rigbt", says
says Maggie Hickox, of Midland,
Mich. This remedy can be depend
ed upon in the mo?t severe cases.
Even cholera infantum is cured
by it. Follow the plain printed
directions aud a cure is certain.
For sale hy G. L, Peuu & Sou.
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Take LAXATIVE BHOMO QUIN
INE Tablets, All druggist refund
tbe money if it fails to oure,
E. W. Grove's signature is on eaob
When you want the be6t smcike
in town try a, "Franklin,*1 or "Cin
P. P. BJalock, Jr.
Our Iron. Reds haye beep ad-:
mired by all who baye seen thain
prices very reasonable.
: RAMSAY & JONES.
Heine's Pickles, Olives Mus
tard and Salad Dressing always
Nui.'ual!y?s fine chocolat s and
bon bous fresh by express.
G. L. Peon & Son.
See our beautifully decorated
Toilet Sets before you buy.
ar, derived solely from
ite purity, is the active
und of Royal Baking
Royal Baking Powder
rkable both for its fine
hate-which are the
>f the so-called cheap
id which are derived -
md sulphuric acid.
?ER CO., NEW YORK.
A Second Call to Duty,
Something loss than & dozen in
dividuals responded to the call to
meet in the court house on Mon
day afternoon to organize for the
purpose of improving the village
cemetery. Shame OD the people of
our town that they are so indiffer
ent about so important a matter.
There.should have beeu Beveral
hundred present. ScoreB aud scores
were absent without a shadow of
Citizeos of Edgefield, we must
speak plainly upoD this matter.
You owe it to the loved ones whose
bodies were placed ia yOD ceme
tery to arouse trom the lethargy
and indifference that seem to
bi?d you baud and foot. So im
portant and sacred a matter is
this--protecting and beautifying
the spot where lie entombed the'
bodies of loved ones-that DO ODO
should have to be urged to act.
The ruorest suggestion of doing
your duty to the sacred dead
Another meeting has been call
ed for 4 o'clock Thursday (to
morrow) afternoon iu the court
bouse. On Munday afternooo last
a temporary organization was
effected, and Dr. C. E. Burts,
0. Sheppard and J. L. Mims were
appointed to draft a constitution
to be submitted to the meeti?g on
Ciiizeus of Edgefield, will you
atteud this meetiDg? You ought
to unless providentially kept
The Adams or DeVore planta
tion, on the Ninety Six road near
Elmwood. Dwelling and 3 tenant
houses, good water. For particulars
Jno. F. Daoiel,
R. F.D. No. 1.
The Cause of Many
There ts a disease prevailing In this
:ountry most dangerous because so decep
tive. Many sudden
deaths are caused by
it - heart disease,
failure or apoplexy
r- are often the result
of kidney disease. If
kidney trouble is al
lowed to advance the
~~ blood will attack th?
vital organs or the
kidneys themselves break down and waste
??.way cell by cell.
Bladder troubles most always result from
a derangement of the kidneys and a cure is
obtained quickest by a proper treatment of
the kidneys, if you. are feeling badly you
can make no mistake by .taking Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and
It corrects inability to hold urine and scald
ing pain in passing it, and overcomes that
unpleasant necessity of being compelled to
go often during the day, and to get up many
times during the "night. The mild and tho
extraordinary effect pf Swamp-Root is soon
realized. It stands the highest for its won
derful cures of the most distressing cases.
Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and sold
by all druggists in fifty-cent and one-dollar
sized bottles* You may
have a sample bottle of,
this wonderful new dis
covery and a book that
tells all abOUt lt, both HonfaotSwomp-Boot.
sent free by mall. Address Dr. Kilmer & Co.
Binghamton, N. Y. When writing mention
reading this g?nerons offer in this paper.
Don't make any mistake, but
remember the name, Swamp
Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, j
and the address, Binghamton, N.
Y., on e,Tery bottle.
When plaoing your Insur
ance give me a oall. I rep
resent a very strong line of
E^IRIS - - -
Insurance Companies, our
Agent for the largest
1^11^13 - - -
? v Insurance Co. ? will ap
preciate a share of yourbusi
. ness. 1 can be found at my
office-Office Nq i--->?ver Bank of
'Ijsuiies T. MIlVls-S
Notice to Stock Raisers,
I desire to inform the pub
lic that I have purchased a
fine Jack, fourteen hands high
and very heavy built; I will
stand him at my home..
Jj C. LOWREY,
Velma, S. C.
lu pursuance of the recent ac
tion of the County Democratic
Executive Committee, I hereby an
?ounce myself a candidate for the
office of Sheriff of Edgefield coun
ty and respectfully solicit the sup
port of the poople, pledging; my
self, if eleeted, to discharge the
duties of said office faithfully and
conscientiously. I also pledge my
self to abide the result of the
WALTER P. BRUNSON.
I hereby respectfully announce
that I am a candidate for the
office of Sheriff to fill out the un
expired term of W. H. Ouzts. Will
abide the results of the Democrat
ic primary and suffport the nomi
nees of the same.
W. G. OUZTS.
Letter to B. L. Jones & Son.
Edgefield, ?. C.
Dear Sirs: There's twice as much
horse in one horse-it may be a mare
as there is in two or three others,
$o with paints too. If a painter can
do y( ur job with 10 salions De* oe for
50 dollars; it'll take 12 15 or20 of other
paints; and the cost of a job is about
5 dollars a gallon, whatever the paint
?'bereare paints adulterated three
quarters, only dne quart of paint in a
gallon, be's got to paint four gallons
of rubbish to get one gallon of paint.
The worst horse you've got is as good
as that paint, and he'll go as far,
The less gallons paint is the jaint,
as the most-horse horse is the horse.
F W DEVOE & CO
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
Rescue of a Merchant.
A prominent merchant of Shon
go, N. Y., J. A. Johuson, says:
'Several years ago I contracted a
cough which grew worse and
worse, until I^vaB hardly able to
move around. I coughed constant
ly- and nothing relieved my terri
ble suffering until I tried Dr.
King's New Discovery. Before I
had taken half a bottle my cough
was much better, and iu a short
time I waseutirely cured. I surely
believe it saved my life.. It will
always be my family remedy foT
colds. Fully guaranteed; 50c and
$1.00 at G. L. Penn ? Son \Y. E.
Lynch & Co.
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. uOc.
A Scientific Wonder.
The cures that stand" to its
credit make Bucklen's Arnica
Salve a scientific wonder. It cured
E.[R. Mulford, lecturer for the
Patrons of Husbandry, Waynes
boro, Pa.,of a distressing case of
Piles. It heals the worst Burns,
Sores, Boils, Ulcers, Cuts, Wounds
and Salt Rheum. Ouly 25c G. L.
Penn & Son W. E. Lynch & Co.
Chamberlain's Cougb Remedy
Act6 on Nature's Plan.
The most successful medicines
are those that aid nature. Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy acts on
this plan. Take it when you have
a cold and it will allay the cough,
relieve the lungs, aid expectora
tion, open the secretions and aid
nature in restoring the system to
a healthy oonditiou. Thousands
bave testified to its superior ex
cellence. It counteracts any ten
teucy of a cold to result in pneu
monia. Price 25c For sale by G.
L. Penu & So#u.
Good quality tooth brushes from
10 to 25 cents.
G. L. Penn & Son.
Torture By Savages.
"Speaking of the torture to
which some of the savage tribes
in the *Phiippines subject their
captives, reminds me of the in
tense suffenrg I endured for three
months from inflammation of the
Kidneys," says W. M. Sherman,
of Cusbimj, Me., "Nothing helped
until I tried Electric Bitters, three
bottles of which completely cured
me." Cures Liver Complaint, Dys
pepsia, Blood disordeis and Mala
ria; and restores the weak and
nervous to robust health. Guaran
teed by G. L. Penn & Son W. E.
Lynoh & Co.
A Lively Tussle .
' with that old enemy of the race,
Constipation, often ends iu Ap;
pendicitis. To avoid all serious
trouble with Stomach, Liver and
Bowels, take Dr. King's New Life
Pills. They perfectly regulate these
organs, without pain or discomfort.
G. L. Penn & Soil W.E. Lynch &
Just rec eivecl a carefully se?
lected stock of new Records.
Come and hear them.
New Post Cards and Mag
BOOKS and STATIONERY
S. H. Mangel,
TRENTON, S. C.
THOMAS & B4R T0/? CO.
We first started business in a very small Store, but now our es
tablishment reaches right through from one block to the other.
How haye we accomplished such a rise? By TRYING- to give
That is our aim.
We don't always succeed, but we always try.
Our main satisfaction-giver is the
It NEVER fails. Whenever a bard-to-please customer comes in
looking for a Piano, we trot out the Everett, and it hae never yet
gone back on us.
If you are hard to please, are in doubt as. to the kind of Piano to
get. ask for the Everett. You can make no error then.
Some people, of course, can't afford a Piano or Organ. The best
substitute that we know, is the s ,
A fresh shipment of Machines and Records has just arrived.
Phonographs $15,00 and up.
When we picked our
we did so with the definite object in view of making Home More
Homelike, and we think we have succeeded. One glance will con
vince the most discriminating.
We are having quite arun just now on the Farrand, Packard and
Schulz Organs. The Farrand and Packard, we have picked out for
AFTER 35" YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
This, in itself, speaks a whole lot for them.
The Schulz Organ, also is an excellent instrument. It has been
manufactured especially to fill She demand for cheap but high
Price $55.00 Cash.
Our lines of Sheet Music, Standard Patterns, Sewing Machines,
Office Furniture, and Everything Musical and very complete.
TH0f?J\S & Bj R TO fl CO.,
706. 708, 710 Broadway, Augusta, Ga.
We are now showing the largest and nicest line of Clothinf, Shoes Hats
and Gents furnishing ever shown in Edgefield. Call on us before you buy,
We can please you in price, quality and style.
??^"Next to post-office,
I havs just,replenish ed every department of my large stock of
Geneial Merchandise, and now very cordially invite the buying
public to call at my store and inspect the goods and get my prices.
I always carry a large stock of Heavy Groceries and by buying
in large quantities am prepared to meet all prices. My-line of fan
cy groceries is also complets.
Dry Goods and Shoes
I am prepared to supply your need<3 in
STAPLE DRY GOODS, SHOES, PANTS .
HATS and TRUNKS.
Our prices are very close. Call and be convinced.
I have now a
$3,500 Stock of Shoes
and defy all comeptition. I buy in very large quantities from one
of the most reliable manufacturers in the country. 1 have any
thing from the best every-day work shoe to the most stylish dress
shoe. Come, let us show you these goods.
Bagging* and Ties
I have good prices on Bagging and Ties. I bought early and
can save you money. .
I want a portion of your business. If you will [give me a trial
I ara convinced that you will become a regular customer. Jf J
haven't got what you want we will order it for you.
J solicit your patronage and promise good honest values at rea
Parker Building, Edgefield, S, 0.
HERE WE ARE AGAIN
With another line of record breaking bargains that will
surprise even those who are accustomed to our extremelv
A Chain of Circumstances
- Has brought us an extra large number of the best offers
of the season. We are ready to have this season mako an
even more surppising chapter in pur history than did last
winter's record. Everything is here to do it with, quantities,
'qualities, unmatchable PRICES-everything conducive to
make your buying of us more profitable than ever.
Our Line of New Clothingo
Cannot be excelled. We have been very fortunate in se
curing a most wonderful assortment at PRICES 25% below \
the regular. It will be to your ADVANTAGE to pay special
attention to the good vAlues we are showing in this depart
We still have a good many numbers*of summer goods that
you can buy for 25%less than actual COST.
Our Millinery Department.
Is complete and Miss Bessie Rowe is back again and
ready to take order? for specially designed hats. She -has
proven in the last season that she is thoroughly competent
and can send the ladies away with a broad smile and the hap
py satisfaction of knowing that their hats are of the very
latest styles and shapes here or you can have your hats made
to order at PRICES that are right. You owe it to yourself to
purchase your goods of us,
ADVERTISER BUILDING, - - EDGEFIELD. S. C
Has Stood The Test 25 Years
Tasteless Chill Tonic
No-Cure-No-Pay. 50 cents.