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WEDNESDAY, ? DEC. 5,1906.
I L@<SZL News. I
Everybody is going to the
Bazaar at. the oollegn
Mrs. W. 0. Whatley of Colliers
spent Sunday at thehome of Mrs.
ritt. D. Mime in Buncombe.
Miss Eva Watep, the efficieot
and painstaking teacher of the
Flat Rock school, spent Saturday
and Sunday with the home-folks.
Mr. Philip .Markert, who is one
of the best citizens in the county,
made a hurried business trip to
j the county seat OD Friday .last.
Miss Hattie Lee Gness, a very
I beauti ful and ac c o m pl i shed .you n g
lady from Denmark. S. C., is the
guest of Miss Maxcie Sheppard. r
Rev. J. L. Fieeman has accept
ed the call to the pastora** of
Rocky Creek ; oburoh, and will
make bis residence for. the en su
ing year at Warda.
Miss Nellie Edwards who re
sides at Lexington spt nt Saturday
and Sunday in Edgefield at the
home of her brother, Dr. J. G.
v . . ri. *'. / .
If you want the fiuest Felt Mat- j
trees made, let ns sel?you a "Rex"
or a "Dexte'r." There, is nothing!
Ramsey & Jones.
. At 7:30 on Friday eveni?g the
college will be throwu open to re
ceive the great throng that will
attend the Bazaar which will be
given ^by tbe college girls in order
to raise funds to furnish thoir
That sturdy old Roman, Dr. W.
K. Tim merman, who bas many
times been weighed and has never
yet been found wanting, was
among the salesday visitors to our
GloyeB.for your Christmas pres
ent in 16 Button Kid, two clasp
Kidp. Black Silks and Colored
The Corner Store.
Miss Lucile Mobley, of John
ston, who always receives a very
cordial welcome when visiting at
the county's capital, was the guest
of Mrs. W. E. Lott on Sunday
Full stock of shoes and rubbers.
If you want the best give us a J
May .& Tompkins.
Mrs. Nannie Griffin and Mrs.
M. E. barker spent a portion of
last week very pleasantly with
relatives in Augusta. Mrs. Barker
will leave in a short time to spend
. the remainder of the winter in
Our leather seat Rockers are the
talk of the town. If you want one
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
Mr. J. M. Cobb announces a
big reduction in prices of fi DO
dreBS goods aud hats. He will
also sell 100 comforts at cost. The
early -holiday shoppers will find it
to their interest to visit Mr. Cobb's.
store. Large assortment of beau
tiful Japanese articles now. dis
Spectacles made np to suit your]
particular need at lowest possible
Geo. F. Minos,
k /\ Edgefield, S. C.
Prof. T. C. Callison visited his
alma mater, the South Carolina
Co-Educational Institute, on Sat-j
' urday last Prof. Callisou has)
been continuously engaged in
teaching since bis graduation sev-1
~ eral years ago. He is teaching the J
Bold Ppriiig Behool'during the
present session. ,
Mian Ruth Harris, of Hender-1
?0n,N. C., baa come to spend sev
eral week with her sister, Mrs.
John R. Tompkins. Being beauti
ful and very winsome in manner,
Mira Ruth always makes many
friends wherever she goes. The
light steps and broad smiles of
som?? of our young men is account
ed for Ly her presence in Edge
field. " "
PRESCRIPTIONS our special
ty. We solicit your Prescriptions,]
WE GUARANTEE puredrug3,|
accurate compounding, ?nd rea-j
W. E. LYNCH & CO.
Cashier James C. Self, of Green
wood, brought a party of friends]
down to Edgefield on Thanks
giving Day io. his . handsome au-j
iomobile. The only regret con
nected with their coming, is that
these young gentlemen did not
tarry long enough among us.
Next time they come we'll have
to canse his machine to "slip a
cog** so the occupants will be un
able to speed away BJ quickly and
New Crop Georgia Syrup direct'j
from the Georgia plantation.
G. L. Penn & Son..
Try our delightful "Cresta"|
Coffee-5 pound bucket for $1.
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
Fresh Nntp, Malaga Grapes and j
all of the other nice things at
Dr. Tompkins, Jule Hilstein,
Dr. Jones and others are sleeping
on National spri ogs. Wh y don't
Edgefield Mercantile. Company.
Try a 10 cents package of our
Buckwheat,fresh stock. -,
. G.-L. Penn &-Son. :
When Mr. W. H. Turner (
bargains in his advertisemei
always "makes good." lu *
words. y\>u will always find
goods ? t the prices named. ^?:
week ll . Corner Store is mt
special prices ou outings. Se
Mrs. H. H. Sanders has g
up her position at the Cc
store and Mr. W. H. Turner
employed Miss Ida Cogburi
?ll the v.;c*ncy. Miss Ida i? h
welcomed most cordially to ?
See the Kenyon Rain c
Furs and wraps of all kinds
J. E. Hai
Rev. D. L. Roton who
ser ved Rocky Creek as pastor
several years, has ' been calle
the Baptist church at Penm
and has accepted the call.
We have juBt?received a bet
ful lot of fancy, crockery, CODI
iug of 2 and 4 piece sugar
croam sets; water sets, cups
saucers, etc. We offer at pr
lower than same can be bough
Edgefield Mercantilf C<
Mr..W. T. Kinnaiid is on
the leading breeders of fine chi
ens in the couuty. He knows w
a first-class fowl is iind will b
no other. Ou Monday be.recei
fouf very beautiful Rhode lah
Red chickens from a Fennsyl
Mr. R. H. Cbvar, of Orangebu
has Bold hi? interest in the
angeburg Patriot to Mr. J.
Fuuderburg, his partner, and v
run a linotype muchine in 1
office of the Times and Deraocr
He is now in New York learn i
to operate the machine.-Ba
It will require a tremendc
stock of merchandise to fill t
large new store of Mr. W.
Adams. Already large orders
certain lines have been place
The writer saw twenty-five doz
well buckets at the depot a f
days agc that were consigned
Mr. Adams. This is enough buc
et8 to supply 300 wells.
Where are all the turkeys? D
the eggs fail to batch, or t
floods of summer drown the vom
ones, or are they being held fro
the market for higher prices? i
far as the writer has observed, u
one has been offered for sale <
the Edgefield market thus far th
season. Now-a-dayt? a di ov? of tu
keys is almost the equivalent of
roll of green-backs.
Acetylene gas is becoming
formidable foe of the Standai
Oil octupus. One of the church?
and about half a dozen resident
in Edgefield are using acetylei
gas for lighting purposes, and
ia probable thai several other pe
sous will have plautB put in the
rosidenips at an early day. Mr. V
ty: Adams. 1'gbted bis old sto
with gas lind was so well please
that he has ordered ? large gen er
tor for his new store, also a ne
one for his resideuc?. As all (
the light-wood knots are gout
abour.the only relief from the o
trust is.to^use gas.
.For colds and coughs try Di
King's New Discovery Foley
Honey and Tar, White Pine au
Tar. Nothing better.
Not another college iu the stat
supplies its students with whole
some food in greater abundanc
or varioty than do^sthe S. C; C. I
President Bailey was iu attend
ance upon the Baptist conventioi
ou Thanksgiving Day, so the an
nual'Thanksgiving diuner, whict
he gives the students rr as post
poned until Saturday. Then i
was that a princely feast wa
spread before the student body. I
whole regiment cf twenty-five
pound gobblers- was slaughterei
for the occasion. Not one lesi
than an entire regiment wonk
suffice for a body of hale and
hearty college boys.
Just received delightful Roast
ed Coffee, 15 to 25 cpnts per pound
Wear 5 Star and Red seal shoes
We sell them.
-May & Tompkins.
New Georgia Cane Syrup, Buck
wheat, Shreded Wheat. Biscuits!
Force, Oat Meal, Gi ape Nuts, etc,
Highest market price paid foi
W. E. Lynch & Co.
Blankets, Comforts and heavy
underwear will soon'be ia demand
and we have them at correct
J. Eh Hart.
Dou't take our word for it, but
try around and see if our state
ment is true when we say we can
save you money on clothing, shoes
and dry gcods.
May & Tompkins.
Fresh Mince Meat, Cranber
ries, Gelatine, Seeded Raisins,
Currants, Nuts, etc.
W. E. Lynch & Co.
We have-just unloaded a car of
Chairs, and a car of Furniture. See
these goods and getjour prices that
is all we ask. Buying right ena
bles us to sell right.
y "^ Ramsey & Jones.
A large aud very beautiful as
sortment of Gold and Sterling Sil
ver Jewelry has j??tbeen received.
New designs from the leading
manufacturers. Let OB supply your
Ramey & Jones.
OUT customers say they have
never seen a bed spring to beat
the National and Blua Ri bl on and
they never will. 0
Edgefield Mercantile Company
Finding that he ie over stocked.
Hon. t. Garrett. Talbert has en
gaged 'be interstate Salvage Com
Dtuy'totold a teu days special
sate, beginning Friday morning
at 9 o'clock.- Whnn Mr. Talbert
Says t h wt hw is g'?ug to make-low
or,special prices during this sale,
you caurely upou it that great
"bargains can be had at his stDre.
Crops may be short and money
"tight" but your few dollars will
count for much ai Mr: Talbert's
etore for the next ton day?. Tell
your neighbors about this sale.
The College Girls' Bazaar.
Go to the college on Friday
evening and help the girls-tho
pretty, sweet girls-in their lau
dable undertaking. The candy
girls, the hot cbocolate girls, the
fancy-work .girls, the salad girls,
the fortune-telling girls, the
punch girls, and all the other
girls with all the other nice things
will be there with open hands
(not arms) to receive the Dickies
and dimes and quarters and dol
lars and "bills." You will get full
value for every cent that you
speud nt the Bazaar, and tbe girls
will use it wisely. Nothing fur
ther need be said. Take your wife
or sister or somebody's els^ sister
promptly at 7:30.
Thanksgiving at Tho County
On Friday succeeding Thanks
giving Day, the Jocal Chapter ol'
the U. D. C. together with the
ladies of the Johnston chapter,
paid a visit attended with delight
ful surprises, to the inmates of
the County Home. A moBt boun
tiful and palatable repast was
spread to which all the residents
of the Home were invited. After
the dinner had been served, fruits i
were distributed, and the deed was
blessed for those who gave and (
those who received. The follow- i
iug ladies from Edgefield togeth- |
ar with four from. Johnston were i
lhere to do the honors of the oe- j
casioD* Mrs. R. N. Bailey,* Airs.
T. P. . ^ess, Mrs. Emma MarBb,
Mrs H. Fisher, Mrs. C. A.
Grii-u, Mrs. J. D. Holstein, Mrs.
B. B. Jones and MrB. N. G., '
Orange blossoms are not con
fined to the county seat aloue.
Cupid is reaping a harvest of mar
riages in many sections ot the
county. Wedding bells rang mer
rily i? the Moe ting Street sectioD
last week. Mr. Frank Logue, the
oldest 6on of Mr. and Mrs. W. S.
Logue, and MIBS Annie Lee Ow
dom, the beautiful daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Owdom, were
happily married at tho home of
the bride's parents on Wednesday
afternoon, November the 28th.
The words that, made theBe happy
young people man and wife were
pronounced by Rev. Mr. Cox, pas
tor of Stevens Creek* church.
Mr. and Mrs. Logue will make
their home at the old home of the
late Capt. W. L. StevenB .
The Advertiser jokis their many
friends in extending hearty con
Women's heavy Jersey. ribbed
fleece lin jd Pants aud Vests, regu
lar sizes-4 to 6, 25c each.
Tho O mer Store.
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 piy. tuc.
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
Rosk Hill Buggies. Everybody
knows what they are.
Ramsey & Jones.
Fat is of great account
to a baby ; that is why
babies are fat. If your
baby is scrawny, Scott's
Emulsion is what he
wants. The healthy baby
stores as fat what it does
not need immediately for
bone and muscle. Fat
babies are happy ; they do
not cry; they are rich;
their fat is laid up for
time of need. They are
happy because they are
comfortable. The fat sur
rounds their little nerves
and cushions them. When
they are scrawny those
nerves are hurt at every
ungentle touch. They
delight in Scott's Emul
sion. It is as sweet as
wholesome to them.
Send for free sample.
Be sure that this picture In
the form of a label ls on the
wrapper of every bottle of
Emulsion you buy.
Scott fr Bowne
400*41S Paart J treat
50c and $1.00
Miss Eliza Mima has ju3tre
?eived from Lycett, of Atlanta, a
barrel of fine imported china for
bridal and Christmas presents.
Dall Roon sud give orders for
painting and decorating.
FOR RENT: Two two-borse
farms. Will rent together or
separate!}'. Goo'd improvements.
?ip ply to
P. P. Blalock.
Beautiful Christmas Caudles in
issorted colors at
The Union Thanksgiving Service.
It bas been the custom for sev
eral years in Edgefield to ??old
uoion Thanksgiving services in
one of the churches of the town.
This yuar the occasion was cele
brated in I he Bapti; fc church. The
n sic by the united choirs of the
di-ereut cbuiches was inspiring,
and the program conducted by
Rev. T. P. Burgess was novel, in
teresting and appropriate.
The first add fess was made by
S. ?MoG. Simkit.?, Esq., whose
subject was "Why should our
cation be thankful?" Capt. N. G.
Evans followed with an address
on "Why South Carolina Bhould
be thankful ?" A. S. Tompkins,
Esq., made all Edgefield feel that
they were, the most blessed of all
people in his discussion .''Why.
should Edgefield be grateful?"
The last address was delivered j
by Rev.' R" G. SMnnoobrouse QQ*
"Causes for gratitude iu the com- '
mon place things of life."
This occasion, on account of
the uovel manner in which it was
conducted and the excellence of
the addresses received many
favorable comments. On the
evening of Thanksgiving, services
were held at I he Mill chapel con
ducted by Rev. P. P. Blalock and
Rev. T. P Burgees.
The Postmaster's Report.
The following is a verbatim
copy of the first report made to
Postmaster General Cortelyou by
a newly appoiuted postmaster in
a rural district of North Carolina:
.-."muster Jorge Cortelyou, Presi
dent of tho United States,-Dear
sir been requir?d by the instruc
tions of the post office to report
quarterly, I now fulfil that pelsent
duty by reporting ae follers. The
harvestin has been goin on j ?ur ty
wei and most of tho naba rs have
got thur cuttin about duu, wheet
is hardly a overge crop on rollin
Ians corn is yellcrish and wo?t
cut morn ten boosbils to the aker
the health of tte community is
only toirerable meeeels and cholry
has brbkt.'ii out in abougbt 2 and
a half milo from hear, thar are a
powful awaken on the subject of
religion in tbe Potts naburbood
and mn ny poles are bein made to
kuow thar sins forggiven. Miss
nancy Micks a ueer nabur had a
new baby but he is a poor scraggy
little feller and wont liva half hia
.lay tb?F is about, all i know and
^ave tort-port the present quarter
?*ive my respects to MISS Cortel
you and subscribe myself yours
If you want to make large on
ions, this is the time of the year
to plant. We can now supply you
with the fiueBt variety bf Oniou
Sets-Red and White.
G. L. Penn & Son.
I B Waterman, of Watertowu,
0., Rural free delivery, writes:
"My daughter, afflicted for yearB
with epilepsy, was cured by Dr.
King's New Life Pills. She has
not had an a'tack for over two
veers." Best body cleansers and
life giving tonic pills on earth.
25c. G. Ii. Penn & Son W. E.
Lynch & Co.
Cure for Sore Nipples.
Asfoou as thc child is done
nursing apply Chamberlain's
Salve. Wipe it off with a soft
cloth before allowing the child to
nurse. Many trained nurses use
rhio with the best resulte. Price
25c per box. For sale by G. L.
Peun & Son. . 7
TO GUARD SHIPS against
the United States Government mi
To guard your hor
seen dangers of food pr<
ment has enacted a pt
law compels the manu
powder to print the i
label of each caa
The Government has made t
so that you can avoid alum-reac
say pure cream cf tartar hand il
ROYAL is a pure, cream of tar
product of grapes-aids the digi
fulness of food.
Cow Thieves Caught.
Late Friday afterboou Sheriff
W. G. Ouzts received a tolephone
message from the chief of police
of Augusta stating that he had
arrested two negroes from Edge
field who had stolen three cows.
V- Ouzts lpft Saturday morning
.. d brought the negroes, Jim
Fuller and George Robertson back
and placed them behind the bars
to await trial upon the charge of
larceny of live stock.
The negroes confessed to steal
ing three cows from the Hom's
Creek pasture of Mr. .Tames D.
Mathis. They drove them to Au
gusta to the Stock Yards, and
being BO anxious to dispose of j
them, suspicion was aroused. Mr.
B. L. Jones happened to be near)
by and was asked if he knew tbe
negroes; who live two miles south
of Edgefield. As soon as they saw
Mr. Jones they endeavored to
skip but were rundown and lauded
in the city barracks by the police.
Two other uegroes were implicated
but ia the abseoce of definite
proof they were released. Having
to spend a term on the Edgefield
roads under Capt. Sawyer is the
price they will pay for selhug
ropes with somebody's else cows
tied to the ends of them.
No Opium in Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. .
There is not the least danger in
giving .Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy ' to small children as it
contains no opium or other harm
ful drug. It has an established
reputation of more than thirty
years as the most successful medi
cine in use for colds, croup and
whooping cough. It always cures
and is pleasant to take. Sold by
G. L. Penu & Sou.
Kijg of All Cough Medicines.
Mr. E G Case, a mail carrier of
Canton Center, Conn., who has
been in tho U. S. Service for
about sixteen jears, Bays: "We
have tried many cough medicines
for croup, but Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is kiug of ali and
one to be relied upon every time.
We also find it the best remedy
for coughs and colds, giving cer
tain results and leaving no bad
effects." Sold by G. L. Penn &
J. B ?E
Handsome, tailored, well \
Blue, Gray, Blacksand mixl
Particularly well finishe
shoulders, hand laid fronts ;
Would be special at $25.
A thoroughly well made
Cheviot, full lined, long am
This is a coat that no boy
and it will carry enough wa
Actually worth $5, ourpi
Range of raincoats values
mit of almost everyone owr
tad materials, in Blacks, Gra
A particularly handsome
tailored, is priced for $25.
Has Stood Thc
the unseen dangers, at Gea,
ne against the un
xiucts, the Governs
ire food law. The
facturers of baking
ingredients on the
he label your protection
1 it carefully, if it does not
: back and
tar baking powder-a pure
?stion - adds to thc health
Card of Thanks.
I take this means of thanking
my friends and neighbors for theil
kindness to me and my family
during the recent illness of oui
little child. We shall always h
exceedingly grateful to all whi
were so kind to us during ourdis
tress an,d bereavement.
J. P. Whatley,
Cleora, 6. C.
Prompt and Satisfactory Settle
E. J. Norris, Agent,
PheDix Iosurance Company o
Dear Sir :
The Ph?nix i
Great. They have paid me prompt
ly aud eatisiactorily for my loe
by fire, of my Ginnery recently,
thank them and yourself, and fee
sure that uoone will make amie
take to trust their Insurance i:
thiB good Company.
M. B. Hamiltoi
Something nice : Martin's Cr?ai
Cheese and Imported Macaroni.
G. L. Penu.& Son.
In Praise of Chamberlain's Coug]
There is no other medicini
manufactured that has receive
so much praise and so many ex
pressions of gratitude SB Chan:
berlain's Cough Remedy. It i
effective, and prompt relief fo.
lows its use. Grateful parent
everywhere do not hesitate t
( testify to its merits for the benef
of others. Ic is a certain cure fo
croup and will prevent the attac
if given at the first appearance o
the disease. It is especially adapt
ed to the children as it is pleaean
to take and conlains nothing in
jurious. Mr. E A Humphreys,
well known resident and clerk ii
the storo of Mr. E. Lock, of Alice
Cape Colony, South Africa, says
"I have used Chamberlain'
Cough Remedy to ward off crou
and colds in my family. I founi
it to be very satisfactory and i
gives me pleasure to recommene
it." Sold by G. L. Penn & Son.
Allan's Ca8caret Tablets at
[TE & CO.
made suit of Worsteds, in
:ures, all the plaids,
d, carefully hand-padded
and hand finished collar.
Our price $20.
Coat for school boys, in
J well tailored5 finished with
' would be ashamed to wear,
irmth for the most fragile,
from $10 to $30, will per
?ing one; splendid cravenet
iys, Herringbone stripes, etc,
one, lined with silk, well
, Augusta, Ga
> Test 25 Year
Pay. 50 cents.
The Treasurer's Office will be open
for the.collection of taxes levied for
1906 from the 15th day of October to
the lfitb day of March, 1907, inclusive.
From the 1st to the Slat day of Jan
uray 1907, a penalty of one per cent,
will be added to all taxes paid in Jan
From the 1st to the 28th day of Feb
ruary, 1907 a penalty of two per cent
will be added to all taxes paid in Feb
From the 1st to 16th "day of March,
1907, a penalty of seven per cent will
be added to all unpaid taxes.
Levy for State 5 mills
" u County . 5 "
" " School 3 "
" ?* special County # u
. u Pickens Ts'p Bonds 3 ?.
u u Wise Ts'p Bonds \V ?.
" *. Shaw Tsfp Bonds 1# u
M " Johnston school 3 '*
.* * Edgefield S.D. 2
u ?. Town of Edgefleld
school bonds 1 *'
-4' Town of Edgefleld B. B. K w
uu White Town ?.D. 3 ?
" " Town ot Edgefleld Cor
porate purposes 4 *
One dollar poll tax on all citizens
between the ages of 21 and 60 years
except by those exempt by law. Wets
per oapita on all dogs.
J. T. PATTISON,
Thy our "Coronation" and
'.Snowflake" Flour. None better.
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
Andirons in cast, wrought and
brass, also Coal Tongi, Scuttle
and Coal Vases just arrived.
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
Anyone who . is in search of a
good time piece should see our
Watches before buying. Ingersoll
Watches from $1. to $2.
6. L. Penn & Son.
A Western Wonder.
There's a Hill at Bowie, Tex.,
, that's twice as big as last year,
f This wonder is W L Hill, who
, from a weight of SO pounds has
. grown to over 180. He says: "1
9 suffered with a terrible cough, and
Q doctors gave me up to die of Con
. sumption. I was reduced to 9C
pounds, when I began taking Dr.
King's New Discovery for con
sumption, coaghs and colds. Now,
after taking 12 bottles, I have
more than doubled in weight and
i- am completely cured." Guaran
teed by druggists. 50c and $1.0C
Trial bottles free. 6. L. Penn S
Son'W. E. Lynch & Co.
We are now showing the larges
and best selected lot of rugs, laci
curtains, table covers and coucl
' I covers ever brought to this market
Edgefield Mercantile Company
36 inch Black Taffeta silk 79
The Corner Store.
See our Jress goods, Outin
Waisting, and cotton fabrics c
J. E. Hart.
Art squares in all colors an
sizes $3.00 to $10.00. These ar
bargains that you cannot affori
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE Co.
Old Iron Wanted
Wanted : 50 car loads of a]
kinds of Scrap Iron, Brass an
Copper. Will accept any thin
from the size of a Nail to a Lc
comotive. Highest prioe paid i
at J. Rubenstein's store,
Edgefield, S. C.
The NEW HOME i
the work and has friend
is used there will be wo
Upon application, w
fl Both Cylinder and Di
I The Columbia
equal of any on
We are jobber
Carriages, Standafd P
Pianos, Organs, Sheet
and EVERYTHING !
706. 708, 710 Br
We are now showing the largest
and Qents furnishing ever shown I
We can please you in price, quality
5gg?Next to post-offic
; it Miraculous Care.
The following statement by
M Adame and wife, Henrietta,"
P?., will" interest parente ?nd^i
others; "'A miraonlons cure has
taken place in our. home. Oar
child had eczema 5 years and was
pronounced incurable,^ when we
read about Electric -Bitters, and
concluded to try it. Before the
second bottle was all taken we
noticed a change for the better,
and after taking 7 bottles be waa
completely cared." It's theup-to
date blood medicine and boiy
bnilding tonic. Guaranteed 50c
and $1.00. G. L. Penn & Son W.
E. Lynch & Co. y
, Very large assortment of tablets,
and box paper. Fall line of Sta
tionery of all kinds.
G. L. Penn & Son.
The Advertiser job
office is better fitted
than ever for printing
of all kinds. New
Type, New Borders
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Bay your next snit of clothes
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ill make time prices and
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sc Machines and Records.
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oadway, Augusta, Ga?
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