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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 31, 1906.
I Lee UL NeWs-1
Dr. Broughton will be here
without fail (iii Mouday evpnicg
The Ch ry sun th emu m Fair will
be held on Friday, November the
Capt. B. J. Tillman bas been
the guest of hie brother, Col. J. H.
Tillman, for several days.
Allan's Cascaret Tablets at
Anyone desiring to rent a houce
should apply to Mrs. Emma
Marsh. She wishes to rent her
home on Jeter street.
Women's heavy Jersey ribbed
fleece' 1 i m? Pau ts a?d Vests, regu
larizes 4 to 6, 25c each.
Tho Corner Store.
Mr. and Mrs. * Luther Bell of
Clark's Hill were ?moug the visi
tors to our town on Saturday last.
Would that- their visits to their
old home were more frequent..
When you see two persons in
Edgefield iu conversation, es
pecially ladies, you can bet 3'our
last dollar that they are eithtr
talking couveution or chrysanthe
See our Dress good?, Outing
Waisting, and cotton fabrics of
J. E. Hart.
The entire community should
be truly grateful to Dr. Burts and
the ladies bf. the cemetery asso
ciation for the veiy beautiful
manner in which the village ceme
tery is now kept.
The very faithful sheriff and
clerk pf court deserve a season of
rest. For three long wieks-one
week of criminal ai.d two .weeks
. of civil court-they have been on
Don't forget the 10 cts counter.
May & Tompkins.
Mrs. W; M. Vines, of Norfolk
nee Miss Ivy Henderson, of Ai
ken-haBbeeu the guest of Miss
Effie Sheppard, her college friend,
for several, days.
Fre?h shipment of Cakes and
Labt Sunday evening was the
time for the regular monthly un
ion service. It was held in the
Baptist church and the sor m on
..- was preached by Rev. Royall
' Shannoubouue, rector of the
Episcopal church. v
Fresh Oat Meal, fresh, "Force"
fresh "Cream of Wheat" at
G. L. Penn & Son.
The ladies should not buy
cloaks and heavy wraps before
they see the handsome assortment
that Mr. J. E. Hart bas displayed
at his stow. His beautiful rain
c Vis Bhould please the most fas
tidious, and bis prices are within
Blankets, Com forte and heavy
underwear will soon be ia demand,
and we have them at correct
J. E. Hart.
Geo. M. C. Butler recently pur
chased tho "Griffin Hill" placp
from Dr.'F. W. P. Butler, and it
is his purpose to spend the winter
- in Edgefield. Th is will be pleasant
news to hundreds and thousands
Tof Gen. Butler's very warm per
Form a habit of throwing off
before going, to bud at night all
the cares and anxieties of the
day -everything wh?;h can pos
sibly cause mental wear and teai
or deprive you"of rest.-Ex.
Dr. Tompkins, Jule Ullstein,
Dr. JoueB an&otbers are sleeping
. on National springs. Why don't
3dgefield Mercantile Company.
Try a 10 cents p?ckage of our
Buckwheat, fresh stock.
G. L. Peuu & Son. '*
Such a great quantity of cotton
is open along the road between
Johnston and"..Edgefield that in
many places it resembles a gi eat
white sheet spread upon the
ground. Several large fields have
not had a lock picked from them
and so thick are the streaming
licks that almost the entire field
of cotton would burn if a lighted
match were applied. Pickers are
Our leather sept Rockers are the \
talk of the town. If you waut one!
Edgefield .Mercantile Company.
We have just'received a beauti
. ' fol'lot.of fancy crockery, consist
ing of 2 aud 4 piece - sugar and
cream sets, water sets, cups and
saucers, etc.* We offer at prices
lower than same can be bought at
in Augusta. ~
Edgefield Mercantile Co.
Don't you need a new heavy
Buggy Robe? We have them that
will suit you iu style, quality and
Ramsey' & Jones.
PRESCRIPTIONS our special
ty. We solicit your Prescriptions,
WE GUARANTEE pure drugs,
accurate compounding, and rea
W. E. LYNCH & CO.
. For a good 5 cents rmoke, try
> w?). B. Dom's Favorite Crooks.*'
Sold 2 for 5 cents J?y P. P. Bla
Jock, Jr., Dunovant & Co., J.
Hubenstein, of Edgefield, and Sr
v U. Hanget, of Trenton.
Amalchisa little thing but it
oft?p kindletn a great fire. Re
cently a negro iu Anderson couu
ty was driving serenely to market
with 5 bales of cotton on the wag
on. In Btriking a match to light
his pipe, the cotton caught and
was totally destroyed. Better
profil by this and keep matches
away from cotton.
' Don't buy a grate cr heater un
til you have seen ours.
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE Co.
A noted dentist declares that
the best possible preservative for
the teeth is the regular washing
with a brush aud a bit of ,pure
80ap-preferably white castile.
uHalf the dentists in the coun'ry
would be driven out of the busi
ness he asserts, "were this simple
cleaning to become universal or
even geueral aniOLg the peopie."
Jf you waotjthe fiuest Felt Mat
tress made, let us sell you a "Rex"
or a "Dexter." There is nothing
Ramsey & Jones.
The scarcity and advanced
price of wood hae caused many
persons to put grates in their
homes. Coal 'is not auy moro ex
pensive than wood, and i? much
more satisfactory. Messre. Jones
& Sou carry a large >tocfc of grates,
and coal stoves, and can put one
in your homo on short notice.
Better place your order with them
for one before the iii tensely cold
Spectacles made up to suit your
particular need at lowest possible
Geo. F. Mun?,
Edgefield, S. C.
Mr. William R. Furse, the
leading hostler and livery man of
Tren ton. continues to increase bis
equipment so as to handle his
steadily growing livery business.
He went over to Augusta a few"
days ago and purchased a pair of
spirited black horses. Watch for
the Furse turu-out when it comes
to Edgefield and see the blacks.
Very large assortment of tablets
and box paper. Full liue of Sta
tionary, of all kinds.
G. L. Peou & Son.
Capt. R. B. Cain aud Prof. J.
F. Entzmiuger have been wel
comed visitors to Edgefield for the
last few days. There remains one
thing that these estimable young
bachelors ought to do, and that is
to take unto themselves wives
oot. wires, but each a wife-aud
locate permanently in Edgefield.
Lest they do this, tbey may in
their meanderings become es
tranged from the home of their
FOR SALE : My PHOTO
GRAPH BUSINESS of thirty six
years standing is FOR SALE.
Seud stamp for particulars. . ?
R. H. MIMS.
Mr. G. P. Cobb bas from a very ;
small begiuuiog grown to be oue 1
of Johnston's leading merchants. 1
He carries a tremen lous stock of .
wagons, buggies, carriages, furni
ture, stoves and . fiouso; furnish- !
legs of all kinds. In addition to .
having the upper "and lower floors
of the building he occupies filled j
with goods, ?lr. Cobb has a large
warehouse in the rear which he '
carries a laTge reserve stock. The
great growth of his business shows
what honest dealiug and hard .
work will do. Another secr?t of ']
Mr. Cobb's Buccess is found in the 1
fact that be bas been a constant
and systematic advertiser.
Try our "Coronation" and
'.Snowflike" Flour. None better.
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
Di" Broughton Coming.
The celebrated lecturer, Dr. Leu ;
G. Broughton, will be here, but on
Monday evening the 5th instead
of^rhursday evening the 1st of
November, as was announced last
week. Owing to his arrival one
week late frum his trip abroad, 1
Dr. Broughton could not fill his
South Carolina .engagements this
"Week. He will, however, be here
without fail ou Monday evening
uext, The managers have already
sold a v?ry large number of sea's.
People do*not have to b'e uiged to
go to hear 6uch a mau as Dr.
Broughton. They seize upon the
opportunity. Better pelect your
seats at once before the best ones
are engaged. Tickets on sale at
the store of May & Tompkins.
Andirons in cast, wrought and
brass, also Coal Tongi?, Scuttle
aud Coal VaseB just arrived.
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE Co.*
Your feet are your best-friends.
Buy your shoes from May &
Tompkins and protect them.
We have just unloaded a car o f
Chairs and a car of Furniture. See
these goods and get our prices that
is all-we 8sk. Buying right ena
bles us to sell right..
Ramsey & JOUPS.
FOR SALE: One-hundred bush
els of pure" Appier oats at sixty
five cents ppr bushel. Apply to .
B. R. Tillman, Tr.
"A large and very beautiful as
sortment of Gold and Sterling Sil
ver Jewelry bas just been received.
New designs from the Ieadiug
manu facturers. Let us supply your
Ramey & Jones.
Anyone who is iu search of a
good time piece should see om
? Watches before buying. Ingersoll
Watches from $1. to $2.
G. L. Penn ?c. Sbu.
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.
Little beds of flowers,
Little coats of paint,
Make a pleasant cottage
Out of ene that ain't.
The Advertiser had a pleasant
visit on Tuesday from Mr. R. T.
Strom, than whom Greeuwoo
county has no better citizen. Not
withstanding the fact that he
lives beyond the borders of Edge
field, Mr. Strom still has an abi
ding affection fur the old county
Our Victor No. 1 Bed Springs
are guaranteed tor 20 years. NotL
iug better on the market.
Ramsey & Jones.
Probably it is noi generally
known that this is the proper
time for pruning scupperuong
vines. If they are cut iu Decem
ber or after Christmas, they bleed
badly. F.uuch or garden grapes
can be pruned as late as March,
but not so with scupperuor-gs.
Buy your next suit of clothes
from us aud save money.
May & Tompkins.
The nicest line of perfumery
ever shown in Edgefield is now
displayed at the popular store of
Messrs. Timmons Bros. Not only
are all of the delicate odors there,
but the bottles and caee3 are very
unique and pretty in design
just the thing to preseut to a
friend. The perfumery of Tim-,
mons BroB. will make the "sweet
sixteeuers" sweeter and do won
ders for the old maids and bache
lors. Try a bottle of the celebrated
Mr. Horace Cogburu spent Sat
urday and Sunday with the home
folks. He has been in the employ
ment of the Southern railroad for
two years or more, applying him
self very closely to his work. At
present he has the position of
fireman between Columbia and
Augusta. Horace is in line for
promotion and, b< ing highly
thought of by the officials, has a
bright future before him.
We. were iu the society of mauy
curates and old maids, sayp an
exchange, at an English 'ea party.
The conversation bad turned on
the questiou, "Doe3 the weariug
of hat's'make men bald?" One
grave and unworldly old curate
opened-and closed-the discus
sion by saying. "Not hats dear
friends, but shirts. Now you will
have noticed that a man takes off
bis shirt over his head, thereby
dragging the hair out by the roots
whereas a woman-"here three
Just received a large sh i pm "?nt
of shoes. See them before buying.
May & Tompkins.
Mr. D. D. McColl, a handsome
and gifted young man from Ben
nettsville, spent Suuday last in
Edgefield. Although successful in
Dne campaign last summer, having
been elected a member of the
House, he is not yet satisfied, and
is now conducting a campaign of
an entirely different nature. One
in which a.single vote from a fair
band, bearing the word "yes", will
sleet. Judging from his frequent
'electioneering" visits td our town,
Mr. McColl very earnestly desires
ane of Edgefield's most beau
tiful and best beloved maidens to
cast that ballot. .
Just Unloaded 1
Our car (1000 Bushels), of genu
ine Texas Red Rust Proof Seed
Oats. Call and see sample and get
T. Garrett Talbert,
. Edgefield, S. C.
Lonsdale Cambric 10c yard at
The Comer Store.
?^See the Kenyon Rain coate,
Furs and wraps of all kinds just
J. E. Hart.
When you waut the beat smoke
in town try a "Franklin" or "Cin
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
The tissues of the throat are
inflamed and irritated; you
cough, and there is more irrita
tion-more coughing. You take
a cough mixture and it eases the
irritation-for a while. You take
and it cures the cold. That's
what is necessary. It soothes the
throat because it reduces the
irritation ; cures the cold because
it dr.ves out the inflammation;
builds up the weakened tissues
because it nourishes them back
to their natural strength. That's
how Scott's Emulsion deals with
a sore throat, a cough, a cold,
WE'LL SEND YOU
A SAM?LE FRES.
You have been making out with
that old broken-up stove long
enough. Let us sell you a first?
olass oook stove for a small sum
of money. A large assortment to
Ramsey & Jones,
All Wool Red Flannel 35c to
The Corner Store.
Fresh shipment of Pick'es and
Olives just received.
P. P. Blalook, Jr.
36 inch Black Taffeta silk 79c
The Corner Store.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Haltiwanger
are iu Anderson this week in at
tendance upon ' the marriage of
Miss Mamie Brown, Mrs. Halti
If you care for foot protection
aud foot comfort you will buy the
best shoes. If you care for your
dollars, you will buy from
5?ay & Tompkins.
Fresh Force, Oatmeal, Postum,
Grope Nuts aud Buckwheat at
Miss Lena Holstein has come
up from Monet ta for th? conven
tion and will tarry a week or lon
ger-lut us hope longer-with
Just received delightful Roast
ed Coffee, Io to 25 cents per pound.
Timmons Bros. -
Closing1 Days of Court.
The case of Mrs. May Bell Kean
against E. R. Landrum, adminis
tratrix, which wa? being tried
when the last ifsue of The Ad
vertiser was printed, resulted in
a" verdict of $2,583.60 for the
The last case to le tried by tho
court was the suit for $50,000
brought by Mrs. Elizabeth J. Bus
Bey against the C. & W. C. rail
road. A verdict of $15,000 was
rendeied for the plaintiff, who
was represented by J. Wm. Thur
mond, and W. H. Barrett, of Au-,
gusta, and the defend an I by Shep
pard Bros,and YV. X. Miller of
The Missionary Convention.
At the hour the Advertiser goes
to press on Tuesday afternoon
carriages are hurry iug hither and
thither to meet the traine. About
nfty delegates have arrived up to
this lime and two train loads
more or less-are expected this
afternoon. Edgefield has already
proven herself equal to the emer
gency, aud will entertaiu royally
all who come. During the day the
ladies will hold their meetings. A
light luncheon will be served to
the delegates at the church during
the dinner hour. On Tuesday
evening State Mispions will be
discussed by Dr. T. M. Bailey and
Dr. W.T. Derieux. On Wednes
day evening Home Missions will
be discussed by Dr. B. D. Gray,
and on Thursday evening Dr. R.
J. Willingham of the Foreign Mis
sion board will speak. To all of
the night sessionsi the public
generally is invited.
Next week's issue of the Ad-t
vertiser will contain a write-up of
? Dead Loss.
Th* following, related byan ex
change, is suggestive of SDine of
the trials and tribulations that
Edgefield housewives have with
their washerwomen, the only
difference being that they don't
wait till the "old man'' dies be
fore be dous the shirt':
"See here, Aunt Dina, I sent
two brand new shirts of my hus
band's to.tho wash last week, and
you have brought only one back.
Now, what have you done with
the other?" "Yee, Miss Lula,
ma'am I WUB coming rouu' to the
question of dat dar shu't. You
know dat I ain't a pusson dat pre
tends to one thingB and protends
to aiiudder, sc Fae gwiue to tell de
.trut 'bout dat shu't. It was dis-a
way. My. old mau be up and died
las' week, and de '?ur'al Sossiety'
dey didn't do nuthiug but covort
'round, ai d I uebbor had anyt'ng
to lay dat man out in. So I helps
myself to dat shu't for a fae' An,'
oh. Miss Lula, hom-y, I jes' wishes
you could bab seen how dat nigger
sot dat shu't off!''
0 The Advertiser job
office is better fitted
than ever for printing
of all kinds. New
Type, New Borders
New Ornaments, New mate
rial just received, Send us
My 6 and 10 cents counters are
filled with mary useful articles.
Especial valu?u in Enameled
" R. T. Scurry.
so called cheap Baking
^puckering, injurious Alum
?m^-you injure digestion,
pure, refined Grape Cream
ive .the profit of quality, the j
Death of an Aged Veteran.
Mr. John J. Dorn departed thia
life at his borne iu our town ou
Wedoeeday afternoon last. He
was probably Edgefield's oldest
citizen, being in his 76th y*-.ar at
the time of his death. The inter
ment was held at McKendres
church.OD Thursday, the Rev. Mr.
Copeland coudncting the funeral.
Mr. Dorn bad been for very many
years a member of that church.
. Tbe deceased was a quiet,.un
assuming citizen, never aspiring
to public life in any of its phases.
Tho major portion of hiB long so
journ upon earth was spent upon
bis farm near Pleapaut Laue.
Possessing a wonderful amount ot
energy aDd very excalleut judg
ment, he succeeded far above the
average of men. His example and
influence in that community will
be felt for many, many years to
The death of this aged citizen
removes from our midst another
Confederate veteran. Duri?g tbe
entire four years of the bloody con
flict he served his country well.
Mr. Doru leaves a devoted wife
who prior to ber mnrriage was
Miss Mal lie Covar, aud three
children ? by his first marriage,
Mr. Jesse Dorn, Mrs. Auna Byrd
and Mra. Arthur Herriug.
For many years tbe deceased
was a member of the Masonic fra
ternity, aud it was by his brethren
Of thiB.Order that his body was
consigned, to its last resting place.
For colds and coughs try Dr.
King's New Discovery Foley's
Honey and Tar, White Pine and
Tar. Nothing better.
Large assortment of beautiful
Glassware and China of all kinds
at very reasonable prices. I invite
the ladies to call.
? R. T. Scurry.
Just received a car of the cele
brated ''Old Hickory" Wagons and
Rock Hill Buggies. Everybody
knows what they are.
Ramsey & Jones.
BUGGY FOR SALE
First-class leather quarter-toy bug
gy guaranteed: set of single buggy
Georgia Vehicle Mfg-. Co,
52 W. Mitchell St., Atlanta, Ga.
J. B WH:
Handsome, tailored, well
Blue, Gray, Blacksand mix
Particularly -well finish)
shoulders, hand laid fronts
Would be special at $25.
A thoroughly well made
Cheviot, full lined, long an
This is a coat that no bo}
and it will carry enough wi
Actually worth $5, our p
Range of raincoats values
mit of almost everyone owi
ted materials, in Blacks, Gn
, also mixtures.
A particularly handsome
tailored, is priced for $25.
Has Stood The
of Tartar-Costs more
profit of good health.
Our customers" say tbpy have
never sneu a bed spring lo beat
the National and Blu9 Ribbon and
they never will.
Edgefield Mercantile Company
Wear 5 Star and Red seal shoes.
We sell them.
May & Tompkins.
Fresh Nu!:?, Malaga Grape3 and
all of the othur nice things at
Try a pair of the children's
he.wy ribbed school bose, double]
kuee aud toes for 15c a pair at
The Corner Store.
We are now showing the largest
and-be6t selected lot of rugs, lace
curtains, table coverB and couch
covers ever brought to this market.
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
The Mitchell and Owensborol
wagons have heen struck by storm
and ?unehiue but are still in the
road, and thoy always will be.
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE 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. COc.
Very large assortment of Al
lan's Perfumery in all of the deli
cate and popular odors. There is
nothing better on the market. '
Something nice : Martin's Cream
Che?se and Imported Macaroni.
G. L. Penn & SOD.
ThcreBr?iri"rc!Urf'a'l Vat rrm? ?old ta the United
Stair, thin ul at.y nt!i r rn La,'Ol [>.i i<tr.s. This ?a on
account ol ilielr ttfk, ut-c-t-cy ar.J siinplicity.
nieCull'u nr-^nr'tl'-'T?.e O'"*T of Fashion) has
more snliscri''ers tii.'.i... y r ti.rr L i'.,< s' Magatlnc. -One
yeflr's subscription (u ninabe'?) (.<?. n ?30 cent A. Latest
numb'-r, 3 cent?. Kverv f.bscriber ??els a McCall Tat
tern Free. Subscribe today.
I.tldy Xcvr.ii V."ni:tri?. Handsome premiums or
liber-I fist, emmivii ti. I'.vern l'n^ilo^ue( of 600 dc.
si.'tis) anti Prci'--,,m Cumin-u* (?ho?ii:g 400 premiums)
acct ire;, A?W?CJS T??; ?;?CALL C0H Kew York.
ITE & CO.
made suit of "Worsteds, in
tures, all the plaids.
;d, carefully hand-padded
and hand finished collar.
Our price $20.
Coat for school boys, in
d well tailored; finished with
j would be ashamed to wear,
irmth for the most fragile,
s from $10 to $30, will per
ling one; splendid cravenet
lys, Herringbone stripes,, etc,
one, lined with silk, well
Test 25 Years
>ay. 50 cents.
Nothing to Fear!
Mothers need have no hesitancy
in continuing to give Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy to their lit
tle ones, ae it contains absolutely
nothing injurious. Thi6 remedy is
not only perfectly safe to give
small childien, but ia a medicine
of great worth and merit. It has a
world wide' reputation for its
cures of coughs, colds, and croup
and can always be relied upon.
Gr. L. Penn &on.
Human Blood Marks.
A tale of horror was told by
marks of humau blood iu the
home of J. W. Williams, a well
known merchant of Bac, Ky ., He
writes: "Twenty years ago I had
severe hemorrhages of the lungs,
and was near death when I began
taking Dr. King's New Discovery.
It completely cured me and I bave
remained well ever since." It cures
Hemorrhages, Chronic Coughs,
Settled Colds and Bronchitis, and
is the ouly known cure for Weak
lungs. Everv bottle guaranteed by
Druggist. 50c and $1.00 G. L.
Penn & Son W. E. Lynch & Co.
A Guaranteed Cure for Piles
Itching, Blind, Bleedingor Protru
ding Piles, Druggists refund money
if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure
in 6 to 14 days 50c.
TO BRIDGE CONTRACTORS:
Sealed proposals will be received
by the ..Supervisor and County
Commissioners at Edgefield, S. C.,
on Tuesday, Nov. 6th, 1906, at
12 M, for building a eteel bridge
at Rogue Shoals across Big Ste
veus Creek. Plans and sp?cifica
tions on file at Clerk of Court'a
office. A certified check for $300
must accompany each bid. Couuty
Ccmm?6S?ouers .reserve the right,
to reject any aud all bids.
D. PrSELF, Supervisor.
Give Smooth, Clear 1
Orchestral Music ?
Having just closed with
NOGPAPH CO. a deal t
JOBBERS AND 'WH<
TORS of their goods for 1
in a'position to furnish
Will have a complete li
chines on hand constantly
This makes us the large
ihis side of Atlanta.
C an fill all orders at Ol
der Machines and records
io inch Disc Records 6oc
w tl ii it
We also handle Piano?
Furniture, Sewing Machin
706. 708, 710 Broad
"We are now showing the largest and
an. Jentsfurnishing; ever shown in E
We can please you in price, quality an
?^^Next to post-office,
We extend t
to inspect our line of Dry G<
Hats. We feel sure that we
great many goods.
We are showing a line of
ranging in price from io cei
All of the newest goods in
mas, Rain Pr<
and the prices
We do not claim to have tl
able to sell for less than any
to have a well selected stock
at honest prices.
Give us an opportunity tc
Tyner's Dyspepsia Bemedy.
Many Have Dyspepsia and Don't
Do you belch up wind? Taste your
food after eating? "?re you pale and
haggard? Does your heart ll utter? Are
you dizzy? Do you have pains in side
cr back? Bidings or pimples on the
(skin? Are you low spirited? Bad
breath? Headache? Weak kidneys?
Biliou?? Constipated? ??re you ner
vous? If so you have Dyspepsia, and
il is a -dangerous condition. To cure,
take Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy, It is
made for just such troubles. Tyner'a
Dyspepsia Remedy removes acids
from the stomach, strengthens weak
stomachs, and cures Dyspepsia or In
digestion. Druggists or by express 60
cents a bottle, money refunded if it
fails to cure, Medical advice and cir
cular free by writing to Tyner Beme?>
dy Co, Augusta, Ga.
Delightful', Barbecue Hash and
Lye Hominy only 10 cents a can.
R. T. Scurry. ;
An Awful Cough Cured.
"Two years ago our little girl
bad a touch'of pneumonia, which
left her with an awful cough. Sh?
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. %
li you want good insurance
cheap-at actual cost-let mi
write you a policy in the SouthemV
Mutual Lite Insurance Associa*,
J. H. May.
T?MM0/tS & CORLEY,
SURGEON DENTISTS, -
Appointments at Trenton
Crown and Bridge Work a Special
Life-like Rendition of
md all kinds of
i the COLUMBIAJPHO
)y which we become their.
this section, we are now
LIES AT FACTORY
ne of Records and Ma
tfCE for Disc and Cylin
5 to ?100,
each, $7. ber eozen.
? $4t ? "
5 25c each, $3. per dozen.
50c <. $5. " "
Organs, Sheet Music,
B 4 R TO fl CO.,
way, Augusta, Ga.
nicest line of Clothing-, Shoes Hats
Idgefleld. Call on us before yon buy,
o the pnblic
jods, Clothing, Shoes and
can save you money on a
its to $1.00 per yard.
?4 are right.
tie largest stock or to be
other firm but we do claim
and tc sell you honest gooda
i prove what we say.
O C. E, MAY.