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WEDNESDAY, DEC. 10,1908.
The two Edgefiald banks will
be closed on Christmas day and
ou New Year, January the 1st.
One has to rise early and stir
]ate to accomplish much these
short davs. Friday of this week
is the shortest day of the year.
The pretty picture books at
Pern's will delight the children.
Already many euggeetiors are
being made to the law-makers.
"-.Ono is thal they fegislate "agin"
the "hot suppers.1'
Most any old hen eau lay gold
en eggs at this eeason. They are
bringing three cents each, and the
price is hourly expected to ad
Mr. Eugene Bates, wbo is one
of the leading merchants and
bnsine88 men of Greenville, has
been spending a week with his
brother, Mr. J. P. Bates, .aad sis
tere, Mrs. Mary Hartley and Miss
Try our ,:Lord Caspar" Cigar.
Best 5c smoke on the market.
T immons Bros.
In a certain town in this stste
a merry-go-rouud, or iu the lan
guage of the street, a "flyin'jin
ny." took in $305 during one
Saturday. Are you not glad that
it was some other town besides
Children bf all ages, siz^p anr1
sexes are wanted to buy solid
shoe?*, we bav? them.
- J. E. Hart.
The officers of the Episcopal
Sunday school are arranging for
a Christmas tr-?e to ba given at
the church for the children on the
afternoon1 of- Christmas day.
Nothing that 'will contribute to
the pleasure of the little folks
will be left undone.
Those who contemplate buying
wedding presents are cordially in
vited to the Penn Drug store.
We can save you money.
The. Photographer at the tent
will leave soon, so go early to have
your Christmas pictures made. We
guarautee all pictures mads du?
iug cloudy days. Stamp pictures
2 doze? for 25 cants. Cabinets at
$1.50 and $2.50 per half dozen.
Tent next to Timmonadrug store.
One week from :' the time these
linns are pen ned.many a little tot
will be ransacking the bouse for
big aster's biggest stocking to
hang up.. May Santa Claus fill the
Big stockings full of nice things
if you have been goodland full of
" switches if you have been bad I
Better be good, little folks.
Beautiful line of Gift Books at
Mr. W. S. G. Heath is buildin g
- a uew house of .worship for the
'"f?Srth of Edgefield. When com
pleted the building will .represent
au ontlav of something like $2,500
or $3,000. Rev. Wash Oliphant,
who bolds the 'confidence and es
teem of white and colored people
alike, is the pastor of the church.
Large assortment of nice pic
tures for Christmas presents. Cal
in to see them.
The list of incendiary fires
grotfs almost daily. Several ugly
ones have occurred receotly in
this county, and the papers from
every section coutaiu accounts of
fires that were deliberately start
ed by some fiend. The severest
punishment that the law pro
vides should be visited upon
those who are apprehended.
The prettiest and cheapest as
sortment of do'ls ever shown in
Edgefield can be seen at Penn's.
The Christmas spirit is in fhe
air and- there is probably not
another town in 'he state th it has
.made greater preparations for the
holidays than Edgefield. The
merchants have responded to the
feeling of buoyancy that is in
cident to the season and have
loaded their tables and shelves
with everything that is in demand
at the Yuletide. Holiday shoppers
are already rushing hither and
thither, and we believe that the
heavy stocks will be easily dis
Very large assortment of Gold
and Sterling Silver Jewelry from
which to select your Christmas
Ramsey & Jones.
Mr. B. L. Jenes left on Thurs
day last for the farms of the west
to purchase first-hand a large lot
of horses and mules. He is a good
judge of stock and has had large
experience,consequently he knows
where is the best place to go to
b'iy and knows how to buy when
be gets there. When he returns,
tho Jones stables can supply your
needs in hordes aud mules.
Foll stock of shoes and rubbers.
If you want tho, best give usa;
May & Tompkins.
Our leather saat Rockers are the
talk of the town. If you waut one
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
-PRESCRIPTIONS our special
ty. We solicit your Prescript ions,
dav OT night.
WE GUARANTEE pure drugs,
accurate compounding, and rea
W. E. LYNCH & CO.
Published elsewhere in this is
sue is the County Auditor's no
tice, in which will ba found his
schedule of appointments for re
ceiving tax returns.
Beautiful assortment of Cut
Glass at prices one-third IeFB than
G. L. Penn & Bon.
The Masons who attended the
Graud Lodge last week, reporta
very pleasant ti ip. The spending
of several days with brother mem
bers of the Craft from all'parts of
the state must, be exceedingly
pleasant. Col. Hagood looks ten
years younger since speudiug a
week iu Charleston with the
Cloaks, Furs, Blankets and
Dress goods at cut prices for 15
J. E. Hart.
Santa Claus has writteu The
Advertiser that he has sold bis
reiudeer to a circus and that he
will make his trip ihrough Edge
field county iii bis new automo
bile. He is anxious for all of the
good little children to know that
be is coming.
Gloves for your Christmas pres
ent in 16 Button Kid, two clasp
Kidp, Black Silks and Colored
The Corner Store.
Usually during November aud
December peas eau be purchased
for eighty-five cints aud a dollar
per bushel, but not so this year.
They are already selling ior $1.35
per "bushol, and but few are being
off^r'id at that price. Those who
have peas to buy and do not sup
ply their needs before the plant
ing season will probably have to
pay $2 or $2.50 per bushel.
Haye y JU seen the boautiful
statuary and .the large artistic
vnsf8 i n't he west window of the
Lynd drug stora?
The Advertiser again reminds
the ladies of the community that
only a few days remain in which
to arrange a Christmas box for
the ioniat<;8 of the County Home.
For eight or ten years the good
woni?n of the town have taken
the lead iu this ma'ter, the men
being too busy to giv3 it their
personal atleution. The people
have always given very generous
ly and cheerfully for this object,
consequently it wiK not require
much effort or time to arrange the
Our customers say they have
never peen a bed spring to beat
' the Natioual and Blu9 Ribbon aud
they never will.
Edgefield Mercantile Company
At a recent meeting the town
council passed an ordinance pro
hibiting the firing of rockets,
crackers, candles or auy explosive
within a radius of 300 yards of
the court house, or within 50
yards of any street. For several
years the basiness of the mer
chants was seriously interfered
with by a fusilado-of fire works
about nightfall of Christmas-ove:
Furthermore, having very limited
means for fighting fire, the coun
cil deemed it wise at this time,
^bej^|pjtflP8 and other highly
greater, to use every precautiou
to prevent a conflagration. The
ordinance will be rigidly en
Suitable toy for every boy and
pretty doll for every girl at
Since be became rector of the
Episcopal church, Rev. Royal
S?.anoouhouse has done a great
work in this pari ib. He has not 1
only her>n an active force himself
but has so aroused and enthused
the officers and laity, that every
shoulder has been yul to the
wheel. On? result of this renewed
zeal and harmonious effort has
been the complete renovation and
transformation of the church
building, rectory and their sur
roundings genorally. After the
painter's brush sball have been
applied to the rectory aud the
beautiful memorial windows ar
rive from Germany for the church,
the end will bars vieon reached
and "well done" can be truly
We always carry complete as
sortment of fresh drugs and give
especial attention to all prescrip
tions .sent us. A share of your "
Has Stood the Test 25 Years
The old, original GROVE'S Tasteless
Chill Tonic. You know what you are
taking, lt 19 iron and quinine in a
tasteless forra. No cure, no pay. 60c.
Very large assortment of Al
lan's Perfumery iu all of the deli
cate and popular odors. There is
nothing better on the market.
The Southern Railway's Holiday
The Southern Railway will sell
Excursion tickets between all
uoiute East of the Mississippi and
South of the Ohio-and Potomac
Rivers to and from St. Louis aud
intermediate points. Rate one
fare and one third plus tweuty
five ceuts for round trip. Tickets
??old December 20ih. to 25th. in
clusive, December 30th-31at. 1906
and January 1st. 1907, with limit
good to leave destination returu
ing not later than midnight Janua
ry 7th, 1907.
For full information, apply to
any Ticket Agent-of the Southern
Railway, or write
R. W. Hu ut,
Division Passenger Agent,
G. B. Allen,
Asst. General Passenger Agent,
.The Advertiser ig the shop
pers' guide. Its columns will un
erringly direct the buyers to the
beat places for supplyiug their
needs. Peruso carefully the ad-,
vertisements in thiy issuo. The
time will be well spent.
At this sea^ou of the year wheo
more . fires are buming, more
cigarettes and cigars are smo?ed,
and when dry leaves are scattered
around, the wise, prudent, cau
tious citizen will bavo his prop
erty well insured. The writer is
not directly or indirectly in
terested in any iusurance agency
but we throw out thia suggestion
or reminder for the benefit of
those who are taking the risk.
If you care for foot protect iou
and foot comfort you will buy the
best shoes. If you care for your
dollars, you will buy from
Everything in and around
Edgefield except the college will
be bright and happy and gay, rt
flecting the Christmas spirit that
pervades the very atmosphere.
The students and faculty of thn
college will hie themselves away
on to-morrow to their homes in
this and other stat-s to spend ihe
Christmas vacation, consequently
the stately college building will
during the eusuiug fortnight be
dark and deserted.
Have you se.eu the 10 and 15
cents pictures at Penn's ? They
Mr. Ransome Timmerman will
on Chrietmas-eve sever his con
I nection with the Edgefield Mer
cantile Company and return to
his farm near Pleasant Lane to
remain permanently. -Mr. Tim
merman bas made a very faithful,
and capable salesman and his
place will be difficult to fill. His
succpssor has uot yet been au
Fresh Miuce Muat, Cranber
ries, Gelatine, Seeded Raisii.s,
Currants, Nuts, etc.
W. E. Lynch ? Co.
The most beautiful sight in
Edgffield-the beautiful holiday
goods not excepted-is the large
f*>rn of Mrs. Beauregard Tim
mons. Do uot pass ber home with
out stoppiug in to see it. .Aftiir
viewing this very beautiful piar:t
you will resolve to go straightway
and purchase one for yourself.
But it is not the good fortune of
many mortals to be able to grow
so handsome a fern as that of
Very large stock of English
Ware, all styles, decorated and
plain. The ladies are especially
invited to see this beautiful ware.
Ramsey & Jones;
FOR SALE: Seed Coru, some
thing good, at $1.50 oer bushel.
P. B DAY,
Trenton, S. C.
Let us fill your orders for Nuis
of all kinds, Raisins, Candi?s. and
Malaga Grapes. All fresh and the
j Beautiful Rockers, Dining
Chairs, Uentr? Tables aud Dining;
Tables, all of which will make
j very appropriate holi^ay^gif ts.
Doi:.'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 goods.
. May & Tompkins.
Large supply of Fresh Nuts,
Figs, Raisins, Prunes, Grapes,
etc. Your patrouage solicited.
G. L. Penn & Son.
Large assortment of beautiful
Glassware and China of all kinds
at very reasonable prices. I invite
the ladies to call.
R. T. Scurry.
All Ifyin Down
HIS is a common expres
sion we hear on every
side. Unless there is
some organic trouble, the con
dition can doubtless be remedied.
Your doctor is the best adviser.
Do not dose yourself with all
Kinds of advertised remedies
get his opinion. More than likely
you need a concentrated fat food
to enrich your blood and tone
up the system.
of Cod Liver Oil
is just such a food in its best form.
It will build up the weakened
and wasted body when an
other foods fail to nourish. If
you are run down or emaciated,
give it a trial : it cannot hurt
you. lt is essentially the best
possible nourishment for delicate
children and pale, anaemic girls.
We will send you a sample free,
Be sure that this picture
in the form of a label is on
the wrapper of every bottle
of Emulsion you buy.
scon & BOWNE
409 Pearl Street, New York
50c and $1. All Druggist*
STRAY MULE: I took up a
black mara mule on Sunday.
December i h.-.-9th. .She is about
15 bauds high and apparently 12
years of age, with saddle marks
on back. Owner eau g-;t tb'* mule
by paying for th ie advertisement.
Walter P. Bru usou, .
Cleora, S. C.
Society to Prevent Cruelty to
On Sunday afternoon a negro
by the name of Maloo Gray rode
a three-legged h >rse tn towu that
was almost "too weak and poor *to
walk. On accotait;of au injured
leg, one foot was not placed ou
the ground. Mr. J E. Mime and
several others saw tbs- horse,
and bad the rider aud its owner
arrested uoder the charge of
cruelty to animals. This-being
their first offence, Judge Bruusou
only fined them $5 each, and
costs. The cruelty to thia horse
bas caused steps to be taken for
the formation of a society lor the
preventiou of cruelty to animals.
Notice ot applicatiou for a charter
is published iu ?his issue. The
Advertiser heartily endorses the
action of these gentlemen. More
will be said upon the subject in a
No Carnivals For^Edgefield.
After giving oue week's exhibi
tion in the town of Union, a car
nival compauy carried away
something like $4,000 ia . hard
cash, not a ceut of which will
ever cross the threshold of that
town again. Aud yet there are
"afr papfe ?foS&ff TO? Act .J.
sighted at to believe that cami- '
val companies benefit a town. E
The financial drain upou a com- 1
mu ru ty is the least of the evils. >
Tbe demoralization wrought to *
behool children, 'servants, labor- ?
ers and business generally by c
carnivals, uot to mention the iu- c
jury to the morals of acomrauuity, r
cannot be computed in dollars *
and cents. Advance agents of two e
carnival companies came to Edge
field lecently for the purpose of =
applying for licenses for their
shows, but on fiuding that the
sentiment of tho town was over
whelmingly against so-called car
nivals they went away without
making formal application to the
council. The Adveiliser has had
something to do with creating this
anti-carnival seutimeut, aud we
do uot propose to let up as loug
as th^se cheap, long-drawn-out
shows art- touring tbe country. '
Let it be published to '.he world
that Edgefi-ld has no place for
allows of the average carnival
'.Y po. ;
On to-morrow afternoon at five
o'clock Dr. James S. Byrd will
lead to Hy m eu's altar a fair
maiden of Columbia, Miss Thoma
sine Fitzmaurice, daughter of oue
of the largest and wealthiest dry
goods merchants of that city.
Two years ago Dr. Byrd gradua
ted from the Atlauta deutal col
lege and sir.ee that time has been
practicing his profession iu Edge
field amcug the people who have
known and esteemed him from
h ie early youth. And the hundreds
aud thousands of these sam? peo
I pie who have with great pleasure
watched his successful career,
now wish him infinite joy aud
happiness in the step which he
takes on to-morrow. Dr. Byrd
will be accompanied on this hap
py mission by his uncle, Hon. W.
A. Ptrom and brother, Mr. W. A.
Byrd, also by Mr. Jam/'S T. Ba
con, who will play tho wedding
march, and Mr. L. W. Cbeatbam
and Mr. L. t May. Tho latter, a
life-long aud boan m friend of Dr.
Byrd, will be best man Mr.
Cheatbam and Dr. Youmaos of
Augusta, a classmate of Dr. Byrd,
will be groomsmen.
Immediately after the ceremony
Dr. and Mrs. Byrd will leave for
a short wedding journey. Upon j
reluming they will be ,;at home" j
'o their friends _at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Smith.
Spectacles made up to suit your j
particular need at lowest possible
.Geo. F. Mime,
Edgefield, S. C.
cuse for buying a
pe Cream of Jai
to save a few cen
3U a few cents more per. can tl
vders, but it is worth far more I
scuits, cakes and pastry free frc
use of Alum means permanent inj
Alum Ailments-Say ]
Messrs. May & Tompkins tell
iu their new advertisement of
their holiday specialties. Read
what they say and go straightwa)
to their store. They will "make
good1' every statement.
Beautiful vases within reach of
everybody at Penn's.
Many social fuuctious have
been planned for the holiday
season but the chipf topic of con
versation is the marriage of one
of Edg?field's prettiest and best
beloved young ladies, which has
been aunounced by the following
recently issued invitation:
" "Mr. a?d Mrs. Arthur Srr.yly
"Tompkius request the pleasure of
your presence at the marriage of
their daughter, Kate Elizabeth, to
Mr. John Kinard Aull, on the
morning of Thursday, December
the twenty-seventh, one thousand
Dine hundred aud six, at half
after twelve o'clock, Edgefield
Death of a Sweet Little Child.
On the threshold of the season
when children enjoy most the
pleasures of earth, a sweet little
child, Cecilia, the twenty-two
months old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Wi H. Turner has been
taken to a laDd aud home whero
there is infinitely more joy than
the transitory pleasures of earth
can afford. After many months
of suffering, as well as many
mouths of tender nursing and
keenest anxiety on the part of the i
iffi?^i?t^ Death |
iberated little Cecilia's spotless
ipirit from the tabernacle not
nade with hands and it was
rafted by ministering angels to
he God who gave it. The funeral
iud interment were held on Tues
lay morning, the Rev. Mr. Seidl
ifficiatiug. In thia hour of be
eavement, Mr. and Mrs. Turner
lave the deepest sympathy of the
For the Masa
Among the handsomest lot o
Values from 25c. 50c, 75c, $1.
and effects. SPECIAL line, a 1
in the city for 75c. Our price 5
Always acceptable, always i
trachan, Fur Tops and Kid. Su
ing, work or dress. Prices fron
All new, good style, mater
Vestings, etc. Priced from $2.
are some of the values worth u
Cotton, Linen aud Initialed,
hems. Best assorment. From $
Best leather, lined, fitted and
from $3.50' to $25. One of the 1
Good colors, well made $6 a
Bath Robes, Suspenders, H
clea in the handsomest and IT
Has Stood The
The Comer Store is ablaze with
beautiful holiday goods. The
prettiest and latest iu merchan
dise can be fouud at this popular
store all the year roubd, but the
holiday wants especially have
been anticipated aud provided tor
by Mr. Turner. Not only those
things that beautify and adorn
caD be fouud at the Corner Store
but things that eau be put to
practical use are there also. Ye
Christmas shoppers, join the pro
cession that is bound for the store
that makes sboppiug easy.
Why go or s?nd to tho cities for
your wedding presents. We are
showing a very large assortment
of Silver Ware and Cut Glass in
new and* original designs. Call
and inspect our slock.
Ramsey & Jones.
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Take LAXATIVE BKOMO QUIN
INE Tablets. All druggist refund
tbe money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on each
Try our delightful "Cresta"
Coffee-5 pound bucket for $1.
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
Fresh Nuts, Malaga Grapes and
all of the other nice things at
Dr. Tompkins, Jule Holstein,
Dr. Joues and others are sleeping
on National springs. Why don't
you. ____ ^
Sdgefield MercaDtj? Tfompany.
Beautiful Rugs and Art Squares
,11 sizes and attractive designs.
Ramsey & Jones.
Something nice : Martin's Cream
Jbeese aud Imported Macaroni.
G. L. Penn & SOD.
Allan's Cascaret Tablets at
f Ties in the city are shown.
Prettiest of new colorings
ine that cannot be equalled
n good taste. Woolen, As
itable for all occasions ; out
n 25c to $1.50.
ials of Duck. Pique, Fancy
50 to $5. SPECIAL in vests,
p to $2.50selling for $1.10.
All,styles, narrow and broad
i per dozen to $6.
I unfitted- in range of prices
uost appreciated of all gifts
ats and dozens of ether arti?
lost complete assortment of
Christmas Tree at Horn's Creek.
Friday, December. the 28th,
will be a great day at Horn's
Creek church. What might be
termed an all-day Christmas tree
will be given, and a royal dinner
will be served in order to raise
money for the church. The large
and beautifully decorated tree
will be laden with handsome
presents, for which 15 and 25 cents
will be charged. The good women
of Hofh's Creek, as well as the
men, are back of the undertaking,
sn it is safe to say that the occa
sion will be an exceedingly de
lightful one. These zealous,
Christian women deserve a large
patronage aud we trust that theil
treasury will be filled to over
Try a 10 cents package of our
Buckwheat, fresh stock]
G. L. Peun & Son.
For the purpose of receiving Tax
returns the County Auditor's office
will be open from the 1st of January
to the 20th of February, 1907.
Ail personb owninr property, or
having control of such aa husband,
guardian, executor, administrator,
etc., are required by law to make re
turns of such nroperty to thc county
auditor or to his deputy within the
time prescribed*, or be subjected, in
case of failure to comply with the
legal requirement, to an additional
penalty of 50 per cent. All male citi
zens between the ages of 21 and 60
years of age. except those incapable of
earning a support and those above
the age of 50 years who served in the
Confederate war, are deemed taxable
I will be at the following places on
the days noted for the purpose of re
ceiving tax returns :
Trenton. Tuesday. Jan. 8th
Arthur Herrin*s store Wednesday
Johnston, Thursday, Jan. 10th,
Elmwood, Friday, Jan. 11th.
Pleasant Lane, iSatui day, Jan. 12th.
WYQuarles, Monday, Jan. 14th,
Longmires, Tuesday, Jan. 15th,
Plum Branch, Wednesday, Jan. 16tb,
Parksville, Thursday, Jan. 17th,
Modoc, Friday, Jan. 18th.
Clark's Hill, .Saturday, Jan. 19th,
W H Boulware's store , Monday Jan,
Colliers, Tuesday, Jan. 21st
Red Hill Wednesday, Jan.22nd.
At Edgefield, C. H. till and in
cluding Feb. 20tb.
J. B. HALTIWANGER,
Just received delightful Roast
ed Coffee, 15 to 25 cents 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.
W.E. Lynch & Co.
I Just received a large shipment
of shoes. See them before buying.
May & Tompkins.
Ladies are wanted to see our
new novelties in belts.
J. E. Hart.
Large stock of Trunks and
Leather Suit Cases at very low
Ramsey & Jones.
^reeh Force, Oatmeal, Postum,
Grape Nuts and Buckwheat at
See our Dress goods, Outing
kVaisting, aud cotton fabrics of
J. E. Hart.
TH0f/lAS & B
Some of the Dei
Abraham Jefferson Washii
Tm Tired of .Eating in the I
Donnybrook Fair. (Two-S
?jg Abide With Me (Sacred),
k'Edna" Mazurka. (Orche;
In the Evening by the Moe
Why Don't you Write whe
Camp Meeting Time.
Hottentot Love Song.
An Evening at Mrs. Cl
Christmas Morning at Fla*
io In. Disc Eecords 6oc. e
4 Tn. Cylinder Records 25c
Special Discounts To Dea
Other Lines. Piunos, O
Music, Standard Patternt,
Wernicke Book Cases
706. 708, 710 Broad
We are now showing the largest and
and Gents furnishing ever shown in I
We can please you in price, quality an
J^Next to post-office,
^Miraculous Cure..;: .
The following statement , by H
\? Adams and wife,' Henrietta,
Pa., will interest parents and
)thers. ''A miraculous cure has
taken place in our home. Our
mild had eczema 5 years and was
Dronounced incurable, when wer
ead about Electric Bitters, and
joucluded to try it. Before the
second bottle was all taken we
noticed a change for the better,
ind after taking 7 bottles he was
jompletely cured." It's the up-to
iate blood medicine and bo ly
Duilding tonic. Guaranteed 50c
md $1.00. G. L. Penn & Son WY
E. Lynch & Co.
. Very large assortment of tableta
and box paper. Full line of Sta
tionery of all kinds.
Our Victor No. 1 Bed Springs
are guaranteed for 20 years. Noth
ing better on tho market.
Ramsey & Jones,
Buy your next suit of clothes
from us and save money.
May & Tompkins.
WE PAY YOU TO SAVE
Send roar savlucs to this arron?, sound, eon?
serratlTo Savings bank. On request we wUi send
yon FKEK. a supply of onr "Bank Messenger
Money Mailers" for inc safe transmission of coiner
ourrency in making bank dcpos'is by mall. Yo?
can8cn<lBtiia?l<li-r'(isliMcacbYrc>AluindM A /\V
your s-irlnps acenninldtH will Issue T^fm Uy\*
certificat"?* of n>j)>*?it loaring iTt,-rost*?*r y fl
AUGUSTA SAVINGS BANK
Highest market price paid for
W. E. Lynch & Co.
Fresh supply of the celebrated
"White Star" Coffee just received.,
Best on earth.
G. L. Penn & Son.
Fresh Oat Meal, fresh, "Force'*
fresh "Cream of Wheat" at
G. L. Penn & Son.
A Guaranteed Cure for Piles
Itching, Blind, Bleeding cr Protru
ding Piles, Bru^gi?t-mgju^i? money
if PAZO O INTI" '
in ti to 14 days
The very pretty
Timmons BFOB. are
New Crop Georgia Syn
from the Georgia plantatid!
G. L. Penn.
Tl M MOflS & CORLE Y,
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