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WEDNESDAY, ?OCT. JO, 1906.
j L0??L NGWS. ?'j
. Everytbix-g is running aa smooth
. ly at the college as if the 8?S8 on
had beeu open for several mouths.
The wise meu and wiseacres are
predictiug a- bard wiuter. Mav
?ll who thus predict, prove to be
If tko rains continue much lon
ger some of the wells will need
dikes or levees around them".to
prevent their running over.
. Miss Mollie Ransom, of Colom
bia, accompanied by ber little
nephew, is the guest of Rey. and
Mrs. P. P. Blalock.
The orange crop of Florida is
unusually large this year, lt is
probable that the ship m? nts will
surpass those of last 3ear by half
The first Lyceum attraction of
the season will be giv*u the latter
part of this month or early in
November. A definite announcer
ment will probably be made next
A large supply of uew type, new
borders and new ornaments have
just been received at The Adver
tiser Job office. Send us your or
der?. Satisfaction guarantied.
. Spectacles made up to suit you*
, particular need at lowest possible
Geo. F. Mims,
Edgefield, S. C.
Mr. J. L. Hart has purchased I
the place where Mr. D. H. F.
Manson resides from Mr. Henry I
Forest. Mr. Manson bas rented I
Mrs. Emma Marsh's bouee and M
laud on Jeter street for next year. ?
Sino??, the consolidation of the <
Bauk of Aiken aud the Peoples <
Bank of Aiken, Mr. E. G. Haiti-M
waoger has been elected cashier f
of the Bank of Sal?ey, Sal ley, Si C. i
Don't you need a new heavy I
Buggy Robe? We have them that
will suit you hi 'style, quality and
price. " M
Ramsey & Jones. c
j ' What are you going to do about
winter wood? The price of piue is
$1.75 per cord, with the supply
limited. About the only satisfac- 1
tory solution of the fuel problem (
is to put in grates and coal stoves. 1
\ I y
Afterspending several mouths L
w&b Mr and Mrs. J. L. Mims,
Miss Hortensia Haynswortb left 1
for her home in Sumter on Tues- *
day. She was accompanied by (
Mrs. E. E. Adams.
' The.mar. who gets mad at what)
the newspaper ^ys about him
' should return thraks J three times]
Vfor what th? newspaper knew | |
\ about him and suppressed.--Ex.
36 inch Black Taffeta silk 79c
.. The Corner Store.
The state. Baptist convention h
will be held this year in Spartau
burg, commencing on November n
the 29*h. Five hundred delegates J ?
will probably attend the conven
If you want to make Jorge on
ions, this i* the time of the year- '
to plant. We can now supply you \ [
with the finest variety of ?niou
Sets-Red and White.
G. li. Penn & Son. I
On. Sunday morning last Mr. 1
aud Mrs. P. F. Ryan, who were, i
formerly members of High View
. church, united by letters with tho
Edgefield Presbyterian church. '
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kneese, for
merly members of the First Pren- '
byterian church of Augnsta, ha^e ,
also brought their membership lol
the Edgefield church. ' 1
BoyV aud Misses' fleece lined
vests ajjd paut8, from 2 to 16 T
j ears, 25c each:
The Corner Store. ?
The happiest bomein Edgefield
is situated on the Griffin hill
overlooking tb? towri.- And tue
happiest individuals in Edgefield '
are the inmates of this home, Dr.
and Mrs. F. W. P. Butler. In'its
meanderings, the Stork has 'eft a
beautiful little daughter iu this
home on the hill, aud the fond
parents are receiving the con
gratulations of friends.
PRESCRIPTIONS our special
ty. We solicit vour Prescriplionp,
dav or night.
WE GUARANTEE pure drugs,
accurate compounding, and rea
W. E. LYNCH & CO.
On account of sickness, Miss.
Jennie Pattison could not enter
upon her duties as teacher in the
Grrded school at Wards when the
ness ion opened a week ago. but
left on Monday afternoon la8t for
her work. Miss Jennie is a very
efficient and faitbtul teacher,
which fact was at on ce recognized
and appreciated by the patrons of
the school during the last session.
Boys'.fe nee Pants, 15c to $1 50
The Corner Store,
Try a pair of tho children's
heavy ribbed school boee*, double
fenee and toes for' 35c a pair at
The Cofuer Store.
Al! Wool Red Flannel 15c to
The Corner Store.
Have you a picture, or diploma
or certificate that you would like
to have framed? If so, bring it to
us. Large assortment of mouldings
always on hand.
S5^5^?rvwti^*ii^ ?vr'^T?? if'rn-sa
I Mrs, Jamen T?mmerman,
resides netir McKeudrce, sent
I Advertiser a bag of deligb
iGriffis apples on Sa'urday.
writer hes often heard of Gi
apples but never knew be
what splendid apples they are
all means add a few of these, t
to your orchard.
Lonsdale Cambric 10c y.nr
Toe Corner Stor
The increase in volume of. b
ness is causing some of th? n
chante to increase their fore
clerks. Miss Avaliue Schenk i
Mr. J. E. Hart's for the fall t<
and Miss Bessie Schenk is at
New .York Racket Store.
Some of the farmers tell U3 t
owing to the heavy crop of gr
i? their cotton fields the/ will
unable to sow oats until all of
cotton is out. Then they can br
the land with a large plow.
FOR SALE: Genuine Apr
Oats-sixty five cents per bust
P. B. DAY
Trenton, S. C.
. How long, asked the judge
a vagrant negro, "have you bi
without any means of support?'
"Since my wife died in 19
sub," responded the darkey r
Rev. Marvin Auld left on M<
day afternoon for Eufaula, Al
where he will this mormug cia
Miss Katie Ballowe as his hri<
They will spend ft week in Ath
ta with relatives before coming
Edg'-field. Mise Maiy Auld a
the two brothers of ihegi^om w
altond the marriage but A
Auld's mother, Mrs Emma An
was prevented from attending
accouut of sickness.
Fr^sh lot of Roasted Cuffe
just received. Give us atrial ordc
We have been .requested to n
nounce thut the members of tl
local chapter of the U. D. C
ilso all others who are intereste?
ire requested to ?ripet in the roon
)f the Commercial Club on Fi
lay afterm on, October the 19t
4 o'clock. The charter has befi
jecured and, now tbat the chapte
s regularly organized, businei
)f importance will come befoi
If you want the finest Felt Ma
:re6s made, let us'sell you a "Hex
)r a "Dexter." There ?B notbio
Ramsey & Jones.
The Augusta Bee Hive at
jounces to ils patrons throughou
mr county that it is now read
with one of the largest fall au
vinter stock of Dry Goo?s, Notion
Slothing, Shoes, Hate and Milli
aery ever shown in Augusta. Ca]
it this popular store when in tb
?ity and you will receive a cordie
reception and proper treatmeul
Mr. Abe Cohen is the propri?t?
of this large establishment.
i Just received a-car of the cele
brated ''Old Hickory" Wagons am
Rock Hill Buggies. Every bod,
knows wbat they are.
Ramsey & Jones.
The ladies who are interested ii
the 6ucceps of the undertaking t<
improve the villnge cemetery wil
hold a Bszanr during the Chry
aontnemum Fair in order to rais
fonds to prosecute this work. Th<
Bazaar wilj in no way conflic
witb the Fuir. On tho contrary
o ie will contribute to the succ?s
of the other. Talk up the Fair am
the Bazaar. Tbe money that, i
realized from both will go inti
the freaeury of the cemetery asso
siation. . We shall have mo^e t<
say of the Bazaar in a subsequen
The life of an editor, says ar
exchange, is not all ros^s. If h<
pienses one faction he displease!
the otber. He is accused of sayinj
too much .about some one and toe
little about another. If he sugeeetf
a remedy for any social evil s
large part of the community ii
profuse in it? expressions of dis
approval. Remember when ht'
says or does something that dis
pleases you, that possibly youl
neighbor is delighted. He can nol
please everybody, so be laxes hie
weary braius to escape the shoals
that meau shipwreck to so man\
Just Unloaded !
Our car (1000 Bushels), of genu
ine Texas Red Rust Proof Seed
Oats. Call and b?e sample and get
T. Garrett Talbert,
Edgefield, S. C.
-We solicit your prescrip
tion business. Utmost care is
exercised in compounding
prescriptions and only pure,
fresh drugs are used. Our
prices are very reasonable.
G. L. PENN & SON.
Larg9 assortment of beautiful
Glassware and China of all kinds
at. very reasonable prices. I invite
the ladies to call.
R. T. Scurry.
Try our "Qoronation" and
"Snowflake" Flour. None better.
, P. P. Blalock, Jr.
Fresh shipment of Pick'es and
Olives just received.
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
Where GO-FLY goes flies will
not go. Pee it on your hqrseB aud
cattle. Sold by
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
Fresh canned, goods of all kijds
at very reasonable prices. Your
P. P.Blalock J:.
If you waDt good insurance
obeap-at actual cost-let me
write you a policy in the Southern
Mutual Lite Insurance Associa
J. H. May.
? nulli.M ?ffiw^finrmTO^
Mrs. Charles R. Dobson spent
a portion of last week with Mrs.
Emma Dobson. She left ber
bright little sou, James Davis,
with his grandmolher, and has
joined Mr. Dobson in his travels
in Alabama, and Mississippi. Mr.
Dobson wa9 in Mobile during the
recent severe storm and Lad some
very disagreeable experiences.
Mrs. Dobson will leturn within a
In some town social clubs for
men may be a'reproach upon the
communities in which they are
located, but the Commercial Club
of Edgefield has thus far been
conducted upon a high plane.
Whiskey and persons who are
uuder the influence of wLiekey
are never allowed . to cross I he
threshold of the rooms. The Club,
as was anticipated by its founders,
has proven to be a delightful ren
dezvous for the bachelors and
We have just uni oaded a car of
Chairs and a car of Furniture. See
these goods and get our prices that
is all we ask. Buying right ena
bles us to Bell right.
Ramsey ? Jones.
Ou Sunday morning last R'JV.
P. P. Blalock, was unanimously
called to serve Berea ohurch as
pastor for the ensuing year. For
eight consecutive j ears he has
been the faith'ul ehephe d of th's
flock, during which time the
church has prospered an never
before in Us history. The mem
bership has increased, the con
gregations are larger and the con
tributions to the various benevo
lent causes or the d?nomination
have grown larger. Pastor sud peo
ple are both to be congratulated.
? Very Painful Accident.
Major R. S. Anderson had the
misfortune to break his left leg
b dow the knee on Thursday morn
ing last. While out driving in a
cart, the horse became a little
frightened and veered to OUR side
of the road, which threw Major
Anderson backwards, his leg slip
ping between the cross-bar and
single-tree. The bone wa3 broker
iu two places. The accideut
occurred iu front of the residence
of Dr. Luther Jones. Major An
derson was carried to his home
near by, and physicians were sum
moned at once. The brokeu limb
bas received the bt-st of attentiou
and the Major ls doing as well as
could be expected. His friends
sympathize with bim deeply in
bis paiuful misfortune.
The Presbyterian Meeting.
The series of meetings that
have been held in the Presbyte
rian church .closed-witb the ser
vice on Friday evening. Day after
day and night after night the Rev.
Dr. Law preached the Word faith
fully, earuestly, forcefully. As a
result of his preaching many have
been quickened aud have re
consecrated themselves, to the
service of the Master. ThejUtoiidi
arite woul?l have" been larg?r had
uutthe weather be?o very inclem
ent duriug the major portion of
the week. The Rev. Dr. Law has
plauted Beed io Edgefield that
will spring up and bear fruit loug
after he shall have been called to
The whiskey men in Atlanta
must be getting desperate. The
Journal frequently receives re
quests to ruu ads for whiskey
houses, but laat Monday moruiug
we received an ad with a check
for $12 urging that the advertise
ment start in the i.ext issue. This
is rather unusual.. The copy and
check were returned by the next
mail with the statement that we
would not handle it at any price,
and that space in this newspaper
c mid uot be bought by the whis
key business. The facts are, we
are trying to ruu a decent news
paper, one to help our fellow-man,
and we Bbali ever try to keep its
columne clean- both uewe and ad
vertising apace.-Greenwood Jour
The '-platforms" of The Journal
and The Advertiser are identical.
Women's heavy Jersey ribbed
fleece linPants audVestts, regu
lar sizes 4 to 6, 25c each.
Tho Corner Store.
Two men, eacb driving a light
team, were approaching each other,
from opposite directions when
they suddenly, and SDmewhat se
verely collided. One of the men
who was cross-eyed, exclaimed
angrily "Why dou't you look
where you're going?"
The other immediately retorted :
'And why dou't y?iu go where
you're looking.-October Lippiu
The New Firm.
Mr. Wallace C. Tompkins re
cently purchasod an interest in
the mercantile business of Mr. CE.
-May, and henceforth the business
will be conducted under the name
of May & Tompkins. These two
very worthy young men have a
great number of friends who not
only wish them well in their
business but will render substan
tial support in the form of a liber
al patronage. lu Ibis iss'.ie Mes
srs. May & Tompkins make their
fall announcement, extending a
very cordial invitation to the buy^
ing public to call aud inspect their
carefully selected stock of dry
goode, r.o'ion.8, shoes, clothing,
hats, etc. Every word that Messrs.
May # Tompkins say can be relied
upou. They haye what they ad
vertise aud are in a position to
make the prices right,
You have been making out with
that old broken-up stove long
enough. Let ?B sell you a first
c'asa cook stove for a small sum
of money. A large assortment to
Ram BP y & Jones.
A wholesome x
baking powder. ',
lightest, best flav
breads, cake and
Alum and a,
powders dre inp
use them. Exai
ROYAL BAKING POW DE
Edgefield Literary Club Calle! to
Meet. . " /
. The membeis of the Edgefjeld
Literary Club will meet with Mrs.
Hallie Greneker, at the home of
Mrs. Thos. H. Rainsford in BMU
comb?, on Thursday afternoon,
October the 11th, at 4:30 o'clock.
A full attendance is earnestly ie
quested, so that the work of the
coming year may be w^ll orgatti
z?d. 1 .
Mrs. T. P. Burgess, j:
Edgefield a "Tip-top" Cotton Maj
The farmer? withiu a radius ot
many miles of ?dgefield realized
that this is the leading interior
market in this seel ion. The many
cotton-laden wagons that are daily
in evid?nce upon our stree's aufl
public square, some (rom great
distances, ia unmistakable evi
dence of tb is fact. Daring two
.lays of last week there was.such'
a congestion of wagons 1 hat one!
solid procession reached from the
cotton platform at the depot to;
the store of Timmons Bros, each,
awaiting its turn to be weighed.'
Bring your cotton to Edgeneld.
The Election Figures.
The executive committee met
on Monday and made the official
count of the votes that were cast
in the election for Sheriff on Sat
urday last. Eighteen boxes had
been eeut in. which gava Mr. \Y\
r\ Bruuson 375 votes and Mr. W.
G. Ouzts 498. The boxes from
Johnston No. 2, Shaw and Colliers
had not beeu received, consequent
ly the votes cast at these precincts
were not included in the above
figure?. The unofficial returns
from the three above named boxes
give Mr- Bruneon 52 and Mr.
Ouzts 154, which adder] to .?i?i\
Ojfj&e+al totals*- ---?rocrl? 'm ate Mr.
Brunsou's complete vote 427 and
that of Mr. Ouzts 652.
Infant's Wrappers, splendid
line. 15c to 35c each.
The Corner Store.
Two-Horse Dray: I have pro
cured a license for a two-horse
dray and am ready to serve the
oublie at reasonable price?. I can
be found at the depot, or 'phone
me at the store of Messrs. Jackson
' J. W. Cheatham.
My 5 and 10 cents counters are
filled with many useful articles.
Especial valuoa in Enameled
R. T. Scnrry.
The season's first cold
may be slight-may yield
to early treatment, but the
next cold will hang on
longer; it will be more
troublesome, too. Un
necessary'to take chances
on that second one. Scott's
Emulsion is a preventive
as well as a cure. Take
when colds abound and
you'll have no cold. Take it
;vhen the cold is contracted
?nd it checks inflamma
ioii; heals the membranes
)f the throat and lungs
and drives the cold out.
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists
409-415 Pearl Street, New York
50c. nnd S 1.00 - All druggists
Is The- Moon Inhabited.
Science has proven that the
moon hns an atmosphere, which
makes life in some form possible
on that satellite; but not for hu
man beings, who have a hard
enough time on thip earth of ours;
especially those who don't know
that Electric Bitfe-s cure head
ache, Billiousuees, Malaria, Chills,
and Fever, Jaundice, Dyspepsia,
Dizziness, Torpid Liver, Kiduey
complaints, General Debility and
Female weaknesses. Unequalled
r.s a tonic and appetizer for weak
persons and especially for the
aged. It induces sound sleep. Fully
guaranteed. 50c. G. L. Ponn &
Son W. E. Lynch ct Co.
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Take LAXATIVE BliOMO QUIN
INE Tablets. All druggist refund
tbe money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on each
ream of tartar
Makes the finest,
oreel biscuit, hot
irious. Do not
nine the label.
LR CO., NEW VP**._
Card From Steward Scurry.
Mr. Editor: Please allow rue
through your columns to thauk
the County Board of Commission
ers for re-electiug me aB Steward
of the County Home, thereby giv
ing expression to their confidence
in me. I have for four consecutive
years sfirved in this capacity,
striving at all times to do my full
duty to the Board, the people and
the inmates of the Home. Again
T thank the board for their ap
proval of my work by electing me
for another year, and I promise
the same faithful performance of
duty in the future as in the past.
J. R. Scurry.
TO BRIDGE CONTRACTORS:
Sealed proposals will be received
by the Supervisor and County
Dommissioners at Edgefield. S. C.,
ou Tuesday, Nov. 6th, 1906, at
12 M, for building a steel bridge
it Rogue Shoals across Big Ste
vens Creek. Plans and specifica
tions on file at Clerk of Court's
affice. A certified cbpck for $303
must accompany each bid. County
Commissioners reserve the right
t) reject any aud all bids. .
D. P. SELF, Supervisor.
Human Blood Marks.
A tale of horror waa told by
marks of humau blood in the
home ot' J. W. Williams, a well
known merchant of Bac, Ky , He
writes: "Tweuty years ago I had
3evere hemorrhages of the lungB,
and was near death when I began
taking Dr. King's New Discovery.
It completely cured me and I have
remained well ever since." It cures
Hemorrhages, Chronic Coughs,
Settled Colds and Bronchitis, and
is the ouly known cure for Weak
I n ngH-^wrv-bcrHrre'gUara'nteed ~uy'
Druggist. 50c and $1.00 G. L.
Penn & Son W..E. Lynch & Co.
Nothing to Fear.
Mothers need have no hesitancy
in'continuing to give Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy to their lit
tle ones, ag it contains absolutely
uothiog injurious. This remedy is
cot only perfectly safe to give
Btnall childien, but is a medicine
of great worth and merit. It bas a
world wide reputation for its
cures of coughs, colds, and croup
and can always be relied upon.
Gr. L. Penn &on .
Fresh supply of the celebrated
"White Star" Coffee just received.
Best on earth.
G. L. Penn & Sou.
The Adams or DeVore planta
Lion on the^Ninety Six road near
Elmwood. Dwelhug aud 3 tenant
houses, good-water. For particulars
Jno. F. Daniel,
R. F.D. No. 1.
BUftGrY FOR SALE
First-class leather quarter-toy bug- .
gy guaranteed: set of single buggy
Georgia Vehicle Mfg. Co*
52 W. Mitchell St., Atlanta, Ga. 1
We extnd to ea
to attend our
We have just recei
short o\ir stock is <
we will have it arr
special attention o
convinced that yoi
nefy goods that ha
^hese days we simf
will manage this d<
half for she has in
of being thoroughl
those of you who 1
season owe it to y<
vner's Dyspepsia Bem^ ~
J _ ^..^ond'A an
?ou belch np^ wjnd^aste
Tyner's Dyspepsia BenT5^=p
v Have Dyspepsia and DoO^
f?u, you belch up windr
bagster eating? ^SvV<u.tter. .
you diMP-ftoTouhave pains Inside
cr b?ek? Slings or yimples on the
skin? Are y,u low spirited? Bad
Lr ?th? Heaoache? Wflak kidneys?
Bilious? Constipate*? A** you ner
vous? If so you b'Ve Dyspepsia, and
iL is a dangerous .condition. To cure,
takeTyner's Dys*psia Bemedy, It is
made for just sub troubles. Tyner's
Dyspepsia Ee?edy removes acids
from "the stomach, strengthens weak
stomachs, anderes Dyspepsia or In
digestion. Druggets or by express 50
cents a bottle Montf refunded if it
fails to cure, Medic-*! advice and cir
cular free by writes to Tyner Beme
dy Co, Augusta, <3a.
Delightfu1 Barbecue Hash and
Lye Hornby oa'y 10 cents a can.
R. T. Scurry.
An Awful Cough Cured.
.Two years ago our little girl
Dad a touch~of pneumonia, which
left her with an awful cough. She
had spells of coughing, just like
one with the whooping cough and
some thought she would not get
well at all. We got a bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
which acted like a charm. She
stopped coughing and got stout
and fat" writes Mrs. Ora Bussard,
Brubaker, 111. This remedy is for
sale by G. L. Penn & Son.
A Guaranteed Cure for Piels
Itching, Blind, Bleedingor Protru
ding Piles, Druggists refund money
if HAZO OINTMENT fails to cure
in 6 to 14 days 50c.
Something nice : Martin's Cream
Cheese and Imported Macaroni.
G. L. Penn & SOD.
Anyone who is in search ofa|
good time piece should see our
Watches before buying. Ingersoll
Watches from $1. to $2.
G. L. Penu ? Son.
Our Victor No. 1 Bed Springs]
are guaranteed for 20 years. Noth
ing better on the market.
Ramsey & Jones.
Lowney's Candies just received
by express in pounds and halves.
Devil's Island Torture
is no worse than the terrible
case of Piles that afflicted me 10
years. Then I was advised to apply
Bucklen'8 Arnica Salve, lind less
than a box nermanently cured me,
writes L. S. Napier, of Bugles,
Ky. Heals all burns aud sores. 25c
at G. L. Penn & Son W. E Lynch
Wounds, Bruises and Burus.
By applying an antiseptic dress
ing to wounds, bruises, burns and
like injuries before inflammation
sets in, they may be healed with
out maturation and in about one
third the time required by the old
treatment. This is; the greateet-dia
covery andTn?mph of modern sur
gery. Chamberlain's Pain Balm
acts on this same principle. It is
an anticeptic and when applied to
such injuries, causes them to heal
very quickly. It also allayB the
pain and Boreness and prevents
aDy danger of blood poisoning.
Keep a bottle of Pain Balm in
your home and it will s.ave you
time and money, not to mention
the inconvenience and suffering
6uch injuries entail. G. L. Penn
Has Stood the Test 25 Years
The old, original GKOVE'S-Tasteless
Chill Tonic. You know what you are
taking, lt is iron and quinine ina
tasteless form. No cure, no p.ay. 60c.
The Celebrated French Coach
Stallion, CALEMBOUR, will
make the Fall Season at Edge
field al the stables of Messrs. B.
L. Jones & Son, commencing on
September the 15lh.
The French Coach Horses are
in the front rank of excellence
among the carriage breeds of the
Call and inspect this celebrated
Edgefield French Coach Horse Co.
J. P. NIXON, Sec. and Trea.
Clark's Hill, S. C.
g. To the
ch and every Lady in the sur
ived from the Northern marke
;. Shapes of every description.
;omplete and on Thursday and
Otober the <
anged for your inspection. W<
n these two days. And we are
i have looked through the larg
s ever been shown in this secti
>ly want to show you where to
Miss Bessie Ro
epartment for us again this sea;
the last season gained from the
y competent and one of the rm
take pride in your head wear a
ourself to visit our store during
Also have a fine line of "Rentod ?tock" Instrumenta
low prices 165 to 360.
Piano Buying Is Made Easy When
Dealing with us,
Next to the Everett, the Han&ard is The Piano of quality. The
same manufacturers who make the Everett, make the Harvard also,
and is their cheaper high-Srade Instruments, carrying their guar
antee same as the Everett.
Have a Brinkerhoff for 135.00; Clarendon for 225; Hoffman for
250. ? ll in fine condition. This is certainly Bargain Music.
We handle the Farrand; Packard; Schultz; Burdette.
New Organs ranging in price from 55 to 125.
Have a few goodsecond-hand instruments that we are going to
gell for 25.00.
Machines that Imitate. They not only Reproduce the Haman
Voice,bnt Imitate, and are, in truth, Talking Machines.
In Furniture, we handle everything that is worth handling, and
can furnish the home Complete.
Have all the latest Sheet Music; Ragtime; Sonatas; Operas and
AH mail orders given the most careful attention.
TH Offf4 S & B WTO fl ?l
70G. 708, 710 Broadway, Augusta, Ga.
We are now showing the largest and nicest line of Clothing, Shoes Hats ;
and Gents furnishing ever shown in Edgefield. Call on .us before you boy,:
We can please you in price, quality and style, ?
^sr. A. Hart
J^^Next to post-office,
We extend to the pnblic
A CORDIAL INVITATION
to inspect our line of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes and
Hats. We feel sure that we can save you money on a
; great many goods*
We are showing a line of
ranging in price from io cents to $i.oo per yard.
All of the newest goods in
Melrose, Henriettas, Pana
mas, Rain Proof, Cheviots
and the prices are right.
We do not claim to have the largest stock or to be
able to sell for less than any other firm but we do claim
to have a well selected stock aad to sell you honest goods
at honest prices.
Give us an opportunity to prove what we say.
SUCCESSORS TO C. E. MAY.
Has Stood The Test 25 Years
Tasteless Chill Tonic
NoCure-No-Pay. 50 cents*
rounding country a special arid cordial invitation
ts an enormous stock of Millinery goods including
Children and Misses Hats, Flowers, Feathers. In
Ith and 5tn.
i will have extra help and the ladies will receive
satisfied you will be well pleased' and thoroughly
est and most complete stock of up-to-date milli
ion of the country. We don't ask you to buy on
find all the latest styles for the incoming season.
we, of Atlanta,
son. It is useless for us to say anything in hcibe
: ladies ot the surrounding country the reputation
ost artistic trimmers in the south. Now ladies
nd want an up-to-date hat for the fall and winter
our opening. Remember the date and place.
EDGEFIELD, S. C.