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WEDNESDAY, DEC. 12,1906.
I L0QXL NS w's. ;
Beautiful Japanese ware at
Mr. B. R. Tillman, Jr., has
returned from hie western trip.
Bargains are being daily dis
pensed at the -Talbert store. The
great Salvage Sale will continu?
through Monday next.
? The pretty picture books at
Penn's will delight the children.
Mrs. James B. Tompkins at
tended the bazaar of the Trentou
ladies on Thursday last, beiug
the guest of xMrs. P. B. Day.
- Dr. Fred L. Parker came over
from Johnston and spent ?ru u doy
last at the old home with bis
father, Dr. H. Parker.
Try our "Lord Caspar" Cigar.
Bast 5c smoke on the market.
Lau anybody inform The Ad
Advertiser why handsome young
Pat Blalook goes to Augus'a everv
Sunday? They say he goes on
^ "-business." Surely he doesu'c buy
goods on the Sabbath.
Suitable toy for every boy and
pretty doll for every girl at
Since Mr. Penn named the big,
beautiful doll/ iu his show win
dow, "Mattie Pattison," Bubber
Holstein can't wait on any cus
tomers for stunding out iu front
end feasting his' eyes on her.
Have you seen the beautiful
statuary and the large artistic
vases in the west window of the i
Lynch drug store?
The ladies of the Episcopal
'church invite you to attend their
entertainment on Friday after
noon and evening at the resideuce
of Mrs. El?auor Bailey. Their
cause is a good one and deserves
your hearty support.
GfovB for your Christmas pres
ent in 16 Button Kid, two clasp
Kids, Black Silks and Colored
The Corner Store.
The Photographer at the tent
will leave soon, so go early to have
your Christmas pictures mada. We
guarantee ali pictures made dui
. iug cloudy days. Stamp pictures
2 dozen for 25 cents. Cabinets at
$1.50 and $2.50 per half dozen.
Tent next to Timmous drug store.
Cloaks,- Furs, Blankets and
DreBS goods at cut prices for 15
J. E. Hart.
. No queen of the fairies was
ever more beautiful than the
large doll iu the window of the
Lynch drug stoie. ' This little
ll blonde "beauty seems almost iii
- the act of returning the Bmiles
and greetings of those who gaze
admiringly upon her.
Beautiful assortment of Cut
Glass afr prices one-third less than
G.'L."Pean & Son.
You can easily decide tho per-|
pl?xing Christmas gift problem
' by having Miss Eliza Miras paint
some china for you. There is noth
ing more suitable for a gift thau |
a piece of beautiful, haud-paiuled
china. Better place your order
with her at once.
Spectacles made up to suit youri
particular need at lowtst possible
Geo. F. Mime,
' " Edenfield, S. C.
Mrs. Ida' Stevens and Miss
Lena were giveu quite an ovatiou
at Sunday school and after the
service at the Baptist church on
Sunday morning. They have
friends and relatives galore in
Edgefield who are very happy over |
their coming among us.
Children of all - ages, siVe and
sexes are wanted to buy solid
shoe*, we have them.
J. E. Hart.
On December the twenty-sixth
a marriage in which many of our
people feel a doep interest will
occur in. Aiken Miss Pawnee Ty
ler* who was greatly beloved when
a student of the S. C. C. I. sever
al yeare ago, will be married to
Mr. Fabiau Sommerai 1 a young]
business man of Aiken.
Those who contemplate buying
wedding presents are cordially iu
vited to . the Penn Drug store.
We can eave you money.
The Grand Lodge A. F. M. of
South Carolina convenes in the.
Masouic Temple in Charleston to
day. Besides Mr. Orlando Shep
pard, past grand master, Messrs.
W. -W. Adams and B. E. Nichol
son are iu'attendance from Con
cordia I^odge. Afr. Sheppard will
also attend a meeting of the Board
of Visitors of the Citadel while in
Full stock of 6hoe8 and rubbers.
If you want tho best give us a
May & Tompkins.
Our leather seat Rockers are the
.t?lk pf tfoe town. T? you want one
Braefield Mercantile Compiuy.
PRESCRIPTIONS our special
ty. We solicit your Prescriptions,
dav or night.
WE GUARANTEE pure drugs,
accurate compounding, and rea
sonable prices. N
W. E. LYNCH & CO..
i The social feature of the Ly
"opening" on Thursday ever
will be delightful. Your frie
will expect to meat you th
Don't disappoipt them.
Bea uti ful vasos within read
everybody at Penn's.
We'have been requested to
nouncethat the W. C. T. U. \
meet at the Presbyterian chu
on Monday afternoon next J
Large assortment of nice i
tures for Christmas presents. C
in to ^ee them.
The little beauty io Pen
window, Santa Claus' pet,
been named for the prettiest
tie girl in town, Mattie Pattie
She is not only the pet of Sai
Claus but everyone wh) pas
wants to fondle and caress her
If you care for foot p?~tect
and foot comfort you will 6uy
best shoes. If you care for y<
dollars, you will buy from
Col. J. P. Hagood is represe
inglhe Masonic lodge of Pleani
Lane at the Grand Lodge now
session in Charleston. Mr. Har
Kemp . is iu attendance fri
Have you seen the 10 and
cents pictures at Penn's ? Th
Mr. J. E. Hart tells of 1
Holiday Specials in his new ?
vertisemeut. The holiday shoppe
should not pass his store withe
stopping to Bee the m.my beau
ful things displayed therpat. Son;
thing can be fouud to f-uit evei
We always carry completes
sortaient of fresh drugs aud gi
especial attention to all prescri
lions sent us. A share of yoi
Handsome young John Milto
Bell was in our city on busine
on Monday last. John, who is or
of the brightest boys that tl
west-side of the county, has ev
produced, holds a responsible p
sitiou with a large cotton fact
and commission merchant of Ai
Beautiful Hue of Gift Books ?
Sam Tavlor, Edgefield's al
round prognosticator, says th?
Sarita Claus will have delightfi
weather in which to make h
visits but that everybody ha l bel
ter make ready for the heav
snow tfrat will fall on the 15th (
January. Paste this in your he
and let's see if Sam is telling th
truth or-just talking for fun.
Miss Mattie Lyon, who is on a!
occasions as beautiful as a hali
blown rose sparkling with th
morning dew. Iras given up he
=cbool near Clinton and will b
at home during the holidays
Early in the new year she wi!
probably accept a flattering offe
which- she has rv chived from ;
school at Whitehall in CoUetoi
Fresh Mince Moat, Cranber
ries, Gelatiue, Seeded Raisins
Currants, Nutp, etc.
W. E. Lynch & Uo.
Capt. Joe Brun son spent las
week "swapping lias and eatiuj
possum" with bis brothers an(
old chums throughout the county
At least, that is what an ok
friend said he had been doing
The warmth and sincerity of hil
band-shakes, as well as the rai
of pleasantness and .junshine thai
accompauy him, make ono wist
that the visits of this gallant ole
Confed were more'frequent.
The prettiest and cheapest as
snrtujej.it of dolls ever shown it
Edgefield can be seen at Penn's.
Au election will be held in Ai
ken county on January 8th, 1907
to elect a probate judge and coun
ty treasurer. Tn s will make five
elections for Aiken since the sum
mer: The regular primacy, the
geueral eltctiou, the ?lection to
choose a state senator, an election
last, week on the Hey ward county
question aud now another in
January, as above statud. In the
matter of ?lections, Aiken leads
Our customers say they have
never seen a bed spring lo beat
the National and Blu3 Ribbon aud
they n?ver will.
Edgefield ?M'Tcan! ile Company
A word lo Christmas shoppers:
[t niattfrs riot what you have to
purchase, whether it be a five
cents doll, barrel of flour or suit
of furniture, do not put it off till
the day before Christmas. Buyjug
()u that day is not,as satisfactory
as it is earlier. When the rush is
on the merchants have not time
to show the goods a3 they would
like to do and really you have not
time to examiue them. Begin your
holiday shopping at once. It will
befar better for the seller and
buyer. No*biug will be gained by
waiting. The goods will be oo
A young Edgefield swain, whose
friends aud well-wishers are num
bered by thp thousands, has woe
the hand and heart of a fair maid
en of the capital city. The follow
ing invitation > announces their
Mr. and Mrs. john Fitzmaurice
request the honor of your presenoe
at the marriag of their daughter
Dr. James .Strom Byrd
Thursday afternoon, December 20th
' nineteen hundred and si^
at Ave o'clook
1500 Laurel street
In a subsequent issue The Ad
vel tieer will have more to say of
this happy occasion.
Highest market price paid for
W. E. Lynch & Co,
j How .many pretty daugb
bas our esteemed friend,
j Lyon, anyhow? Two or three
married, t wo ur three are teacl
fch )ol, and two or three are
tending school. All of them I
the writer bas se^n are be.auti
but we'do not know just how m
we haven't seen.
Very large assortment of G
and Sterling Silver Jewelry fi
which to select your Christi
Ramsey & Jonei
Those who have seen Per
Cut Glass marvel at the very
After the free recital which <
be given at the collage on Mom
eveDiug next by the departo^
of music and expression, oysti
salads and coffee will be sole
raise funds to pay off a bala
due ou the china kiln reen
purchased for the art departm"
FOR SALE: Seed Com, soi
thing.good, at $1.50 per bushel
? P. B DAY
. 'Mr. and Mrs. Warren Pair 8
their exceedingly bright lil
children were guests of Mr. a
Mrs. N. L. Bruusou on Sature
aud Sunday last. They were
companied by M?68 Henrie
Eve, Mrs. Fair's sister, whose
witching beauty made her 1
cynosure of all eyes while-on tl
btr initial visit to JEdg^fitild.
Let us fill your orders for Ni
of all kinds, Raisins, Candies, a
Malaga Grapes. All fresh and t
Messrs. Ramsey & Jones j
ready for the Christmas rd
Their large stock has been
plenished with holiday goods,
it's jewelry or silver ware or c
glass or china or handsome cha
or tables or furniture that y
want, they have -it. Furlhermo:
they are in a position to \nake i
Beautiful Rockers, Dink
Chairs, Centr? Tables aud Din ii
Tables, all of which will ma
very appropriate haliday gifts.
Ramsey & Jones.
Our esteemed fellow-towusma
Mr. R. E. Morgau, lost anuth
boree on Saturday last, wbic
makes the fourth hor^e that 1
has lost since August. lu this s
ries of heavy losses Mr. Morga
has the sympathy of his frien<
far and near.
Do^'t take our word for it, bi
try arouud .and see if our staf
mont is true, when we say we ca
Bave you mouey on clothing, ahoi
and dry goods.
xVIay & Tompkiu3.
Large supply of Fresh Nut
Figs, Raitiue, Prunes, Grape
etc. Your patronage solicited.
G. L. Penn & Son.
The editor of The Advertiser i
always rejoiced when good peopl
come to reside permanently arnon
us, and yet atong with this jo
there ie always a tinge, of sadnes
or regret. Regret, because of th
fact lhat through our gain som
other community has suffered
corresponding loss.Thue it is witl
the movins of Mrs. Ida S. Ste
vens, and her daughter, Miss Lem
Stoveus, to Edgefield, wh^re the^
are being moat cordially an?
affectionately greeted. This com
munity will be inestimably bene
fitted-socially and religiously
by their coming, but Meeting
Street and old Stevens Creel
church sustain au irreparable
loss hy their departure. Who cai
fill their places? The echo an
swprp, ''no one".
Large assortment of beautifu
Glassware and China of all kind
at very reasonable prices. I inviti
the ladies to call.
R. T. Scurry.
Fat is ok great accou.n1
to a baby ; that is whj
babies are fat. If y oui
by-is scrawny, Scott's
emulsion is what he
wants. The healthy beby
stores as fat what it does
not need immediately foi
bone and muscle. Fat
babies are happy ; they do
not cry ; they are rich ;
their fat is laid up foi
time of need. They are
happy because-t h ey are
comfortable. The fat s.
rounds their little nerves
and cushions them. When
they are scrawny those
nerves are hurt at every
ungentle touche They
delight in Scott's Emul*
sion. It is as sweet as
wholesome to them,
Send for free sample,
tSo iure that this picture in
the form of a label 13 on the
wrapper of every bottle oi
Emulsion you buy.
Scott Sr Bowne
409'4tS Paarl Street
50c. and $1.00
y&\? ?o Blii\
store asvd ask I
Any maker oj
der would, like
wives, so that tl
on the .car?&
ROYAL is a
Powder. Aids D
you) advise you.from official
Why go or s'-nd to tho cities for
yr-nr weddiug presejts. We are
showing a very large assortment
of Silvnr Ware and Cut Glass in
new nud original desigus. Call
and inspect our slock.
Ramsey & Jones.
Santa Claus has arranged with
Messrs. Timmoue Bros. to furnish
him with bushels of .nuts, boxas
of raisins, bags of cocoa nuts and
scores of buuehes ot" bananas
This popular store makes a spe
cialty of carrying all of the sea
son's delicacies. Jt matters not
what you want or need send them
Lynch's Annual Christmas Open
The first formal announcement
of the approaching holiday sea
son is that of the anuual opening
to be held at tba popular store of
W. E. Lynch & Co on Thursday
evening, between the hours of 8
and 10 o'cl ick.fjj On this occasion
Santa Claus will be the host and
will make his formal bow to the
Edgefield public. From front to
rear, floor to ceiling, side to side,
the Ly n ch, st ore is filled with all
of the beautiful things that aie to
be found in a large and well-se
lected holiday Rtock. Santa Claus
sent something down for every
body from his New York home.
With its decorations and myriads
of lightsind mirrors^and pictures
atd thousands of other pretty
articles, the store will .be a maze
of beauty. All ages, tbe o'd as
well as young, will enjoy the
opening. No one is expected to
make any purchases on Thursday
eveuing. The stoie will simply be
tbrowu open for the public to
come and soe the very beautiful
holiday goods. The social feature
will be exceedingly pleasant. You
are very cordially invited to at
Frenh Seeded Raisins. Currants,
Citron, Figs, Prunes, Dates, etc.,
Fresh goods arriving every
week fjr Holiday trade.
J. E. Hart.
Mr. C. E. May of the firm of
May & Tompkins understands
the art of macing his show win
dows attractive and catchy. In
his window a few days ago, was
displayed a very beautiful and
stylish assortment of ladies' belts f
and over thf>m on a placard was
the Bi'gD, "Take the belt line, the
fare is ouly 10, 25 and 50 cents."
Originality and unique designing
iii lindow dressing always bring
Vnry large stock of E ..h
Warp, ?ll stylfiP, decorate-and
plain. The ladies are especially
invited to see this beautiful ware.
Ramsey & Jones.
At the home of Mrs. Eleanor
Bailey on Fridav afternoon, be
ginning at 3 p. m., the ladies of
the Episcopal church will serve
refreshments, such as oysters,
hot drinks, etc. The entertain
ment in the afternoon will be
especially lor children. A feature
will be "Rebecca at the Well." A
'niall fee must be given Rehecca
but no admission fee will be
charged in the afternoon. A de
lightful program has been ar
ranged for Friday evening, at
which timer freshments will also
he s rved. The program will con
sist ot, readings, recitations, vo
cal and instrumental music by
Dr. Burts, Miss Nick lee, Miss
William?, Miss Boyd, Miss Julia
Haltiwanger, Mr. Cobb and
others. The entertainment is giv
en for the benefit of the Episcopal
church and rectory fuud. Great
improvements are making ou both
buildings, which are a benefit to
the church, and lhe oommunity.
The public is cordially invited to
attend the entertainmout and
thus aid in a good cause. At the
same lime an enjoyable and
p'ofitable return n promised. An
admi?cion fee of ten cants will bo
charged at night.
Try a 10 cents package of our
Buckwheat, fresh stock.
G. L. Peuu & Son.
dfolded into his
for Baking Powden.
f ALUM Baking Pow
to Blindfold the hous
ley could not see the la
n absolutely pure, Grap*
igestion-Adds to the hes
nay want to know-if some certain bra
VI or Phosphate of LIME, send us the na
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO, NEW YORK "CIT
The very pretty pictures at
Timrrjons Broa, are remarkably
The Pierce Day Seed Corn.
If you want to make plenty of
corn npxt year to "gell and keep,"
buy your seed coru from Mr. P.
B. Day, of Treutou. He advertises
the coru in this iesue, and says it
ie something good. When Mr.
?Day says it's good IT IS GOOD.
He brought a sample aloug with
him to The Advertiser office. Three
of the largest, finest "years" you
ever eaw are now on our desk,
from which we hope to grow
thoueaud "years" next year.
This (Wednesday) afternoon
at four o'clock, Mr. N. D. Rob
ertson, ono of the truest and most
s!erling citizens of the west-side,
will be married to Miss Lizzie
Dobey, who is one af the noblest
of women. It will be a quiet borne
wedding, only the immediate
relatives beiDg in attendance.
The ceremony wiU be performed
by Dr. C. E. Burts.
On Thursday Mr. and Mrs.
Robertson will go out to the' for
mer's country home, where a re
ception will be tendered the hap
py couple by the groom's relations.
Mr. Rober!sou bas reLted his
farm, and he and Mrs. Robertion,
The Advertiser is happy to state,
will make their homo iu Edge
Trenton Bazaar a Great Success.
The ladies of Trenton are as
successful in what they under
take as the meu of that section
are. Whether it be in church or
social affairs, theBe good women
bend all of their energies toward
the accomplishment of their pur
pose. The bazaar on Thursday
last was the most successful oc
ca3iou?fthe ki?d that The Ad
vertiser has eyer known. Despite
the short crops and much-talked
of "hard times," the Trenton
ladies by some book or crook
rather by dint of hard and per
sistent efforts-realized about
$150 from their bazaar. If there
be any merchant in Trenton or
Johnston or Edgefield or Augusta
who wishes to conduct a special,
money-raising sale, it would be
well for them to put a commiltee
of Trenton ladies in charge. They
kuow how to do things.
J. B WH]
Handsome, tailored, well :
Blue, Gray, Blacksand mixi
Particularly well flnishe
shoulders, hand laid fronts
Would be special at $25.
A thoroughly well made
Cheviot, full lined, long an<
This is a coat that no boy
and it will carry enough wa
Actually worth $5, our pi
Range of raincoats values
mit of almost everyone owr
ted materials, in Blacks, Gra
A particularly handsome
tailored, is priced for $25.
Has Stood Thc
New Crop Georgia Syrup direct
from the Georgia plantation.
G. L. PeuD & Son.
Try our delightful "Cresta"
Coffee-5 pouud bucket for $1".
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
Fresh Nuts, Malaga Grapes and
all of the other nice things at
. Dr. Tompkins, Jule Hilstein,
Dr. Jones and others are sleeping
on National springs. Why don't
3dgefield Mercantile Company.
? Recital on Monday Evening'.
The departments of Music and
Expression of the college will
give a recital iu the auditorium
on Monday evening next. The
public is cordially iuvited to at
tend. No admissiou fee will be
charged. Those who are to take
part are Miss Nickles, Miss Wil
liams and Miss Sheppard. All of
these young ladies are very gifted
artists in their respective branch
es. Only a simple announcement
is necessary to cause a great num
ber of villagers to attend the re
citals by the teachers of the col
lege, for no where else do they en
joy the same high-class entertain
ment. That Miss Sheppard will
play, Miss Williams will sing aud
play, and that Miss Nickles will
recite, is sufficient announcement.
Beautiful Russ and Art Squares
all sizes and attractive designs.
Ramsey & Jones.
Something nice : Martin's Cream
Cheese and Imported Macaroni.
G. L. Penn & .Son.
Just received 100,000 feet
of LONG LEAF PINE
LUMBPIR, also a large lot
of Bricks, Lime and Cement.
Liberal exehange of Hulls
and Meal for Cotton Seed
at New Depot.
E S, Johnson.
Allan's Cascaret Tablets at
[TB &- 00.
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
1 well tailored; finished with
r would be ashamed to wear,
.rmth for the most fragile,
from $10 to $30, will per
ling one; splendid cravenet
ys, Herringbone stripes, etc,
one, lined with silk, well
Pay. SO ?entSe v
Try our "Coronation" and
'.Snowflake" Flour. None better.
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
The bazaar that was given by
the college girls on Friday even
ing last was a very delightful oc
casion. The members of the litera
ry society were rewarded for their
labors by netting the sum of $45,
which is to be used in improving
The college and graded school
will close for the holidays on
Wednesday next, and will resume
regular work on January the 3rd.
Don't buy a grate or heater un
til you have seen ours.
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
Ladies of ev'*ry "faith and
order," bpgin your planuing for
the Christmas box for the in
mates of the County Home. No
doubt they . are expecting their
annual remembrance. Let them
not be disappointed. Who will
take the mattel up?
Ladies are wanted to see our
new novelties in belts.
J. E. Hart. .
Valuable lands belonging to the
estate of the late Capt. T. C. Mor
gan will be sold at the late resi
dence of Capt. Morgan on the
first day of^January. An adver
tisement giving details will be
found elsewhere in this issue. .
Large stock of Trunks and;
Leather Suit Cases at very low \
Ramsey & Jones.
Mr. J. B.Kennerly, the hustling
shoe salesman, has come in off I
the road to remain until after'
the holidays. Despite the "hard
timeB", Mr. Kennerly has by hard
work sold a greater amount of|
foot-wear thus far this season than
he did a year ago.
Fresh Force, Oatmeal, Postum,
Grape Nuts and Buckwheat at
The Edgefield Mercantile Co m
pauy announces in its advertise
ment in this issue thr.; for the
next 15 days special prices will
be made in all lines of its furni
ture and houEe-furnishing de
partment. This is a rare opportu
nity for the people of Edgefield
and vicinity. If the holiday shop
pers will call?n Mr. A. A. Glover,,
who is at the head of this depart
ment, he will take pleasure in
showing the goods, and will make
astonishingly low prices. A new
and very beautiful assortment
of clocks, lamps and mirrors has
just been opened up by Mr. Glov
er for the holiday shoppers.
See our Dress goods, Outing
Waisting, and cotton fabrics of
J. E. Hart.
Old Iron Wanted.
Wanted : 50 car loads of all
kinds of Scrap Iron, Brass and
Copper. Will accept anything
from the size of a Nail to a Lo
comotive. Highest price paid in
a*, J. Ruben8tein's store,
Edgefield, S. C.
TH 0 fil AS & i
The NEW HOME ist
the work and has friends.
is used there will be wore
Cash l?rices $
Upon application, will
Both Cylinder and Disc
The Columbia ]
equal of-any on t
We are jobbers
Carriages, Stand af d Pat
Pianos, Organs, Sheet
-.nd EVERYTHING M
706. 708, 710 Bros
We are now showing the largest ai
and Gents furnishing ever shown in
We can please you in price, quality ?
?Jg'Next to post-office,
A Miraculous Cure.
The following statement by H
M Adame abd wife, Henrietta,
Pa.f will iutereet parents and
others. <aA miraculous cure has
taken place io our home. Our
child had eczema 5 years and was
pronounced incurable, when we
read about Electrio ? Bitters, and
coucluded to try il. Before the
second bottle was all taken we
uoticed a change for the better,
and after taking 7 bottles he waa
completely oured." It's the up-to
date blood medicine and bo ly
building tonic. Guaranteed 50o
and $1.00. G. L. Penn & Son W.
E. Lynch & Co.
Very large assortment of tablets
and box paper. Full 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
New Ornaments, New mate
rial just received, Send us
My 5 and 10 cents counters are
filled with many useful artioles.
Especial values in Enameled
R. T. Scurry.
Our Victor No. 1 Bed Springs.
are guaranteed for 20 years. Noth
ing better on the market.
Ramsay & Jonas.
Buy your next suit of clothes
from us and save money.
May & Tompkins.
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUIN*
IKE Tablets. All druggist refand
che money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on each
Fresh supply of the celebrated
"White Star" Coffee just received.
Best on earth.
G. L. Penn & So?.
Fresh Oat Meal, fresh, "Force"
fresh "Cream of Wheat" at
G. L. Penn & Son.
A Guaranteed Cure for Piles
Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protru
ding Piles, Druggists refund money
if PAZO OINTMENT-fails to cure
in 6 to 14 days 60c.
JAS. S. BYRD,
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
Office over Post-Offloe.
If you want good insurance
cheap-at actual cost-let mr
write you a policy iu the Southern
Mutual Lite Insurance Associa
J. H. May.
Tl M MOfIS & CORLETr
Appointments at Trenton
Crown and Bridge Work a Special
:he MACHINE that does
Is of praise for it.
35.00 and up.
, make time prices and
5.co up to $100.00
: Machines and Records.
Phonograph is the
for thift section.
rnicke Bookcases, Baby
;terns, also a full Kne of
Music, Band Instruments
B moil 00.,
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id nicest line of Clothing. Shoes Hats
Edgefield. Call on us before yon buy,