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IE d^?fielct A^rtiser
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 30, 1907.
- Capt. and Mrs. John R. Blocker
came down ou Su oday morning to
bear. Rev. John Lake preach at
the Baptist ohurch.
- "Miss Hettie Sheppard speuta
portiou of. last week in Augusta
with her. sister,, Mrs. William
;Hon. . B. E. Nicholson spent
Saturday and Sunday at home
instead of going ou the trip to
Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Addi
son, spent Sunday in Edgefield
with the former's mother, Mrs.
V. C. Addison.
Miss Florence Rogers, from
Society.???ll?'.S. C., is a guest at
the h?rne of Mr. Orlando Shep
Bradstreet says that nearly 80 ]
[per cent of the failures in busi
(uessareby concerns that do not
.TpIlYjV., jovial, good-natured ?
Pieice Sevens, from our neighbor- j
iug.city of Johii6ton, visited the
county seat. on Friday last.
Cadet' Burkh al ter, a" brother of j
Miss Ola. Burkhalter, ^presented
himself for membership into the
Baptist church on Sunday last.
Mise Sophie Mima ie-authorized
to solicit and receipt for sub-j
scrip tiona to The State. Let ber
forward your subscription for)
I am.now dealing in guano and
loan supply you with the best
brands-"on the market. Get my
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
Nature in mid-winter affords
no feast for the eyes, bot the
starry heavens these nights re
veal the glory of " the Maker's
And now comes a BOW hobby.
A London physician says candy
cured consumption. May be that
is why children never have this
Fresh Buckwheat aud Georgia
":*"G.X. Penn & Sou.
-Con tractor Paul is progressing)
rapidly wjth the work ou the
residence of Miss Grace Tomp
kins. In a few days he will begin
lon the residence-of Mr. J. H.
An exchange, tells of a Kansan
iain who is a doctor, a minister,
an undertaker and a tombstone
dealer all combined. And nobody
.has ever hinted at his being a
combination in restraint of trade.
FOR SALE: Two fine Jersey
-Heifer Calves (twins), six months J
[ old. \ . . , . j
R.. H. Mime.
j - " Tbe:New Century show'gave an J
S exhibition in Aiken last weekend
the Aiken Recorder says it ? un
objectionable iu every way, aud
that anyone can attend without
being offended by anything
" Mr. S. M..Smitb, Jr., is engaged
this week in surveying Jauds-in
h and around Clark's Hill that are
a part of tho estate of the late
Geo. D.;Tillman.. After to-day he
will be joined'and assisted by Mr.
Jot G. Holland.
.: Mr. 8. L. Burts has been
spending several days with his
brother,: Dr. C. E. Burts. Mr.
Burts is'inspector of the southern
\ division; for the Western Union
Telegraph Company with omces
PRESCRIPTIONS our special
ty. We solicit your Prescriptions,
dav or night.
WE GUARANTEE pure drags,
accurate compounding, and rea-j
W. E. LYNCH & CO.
Mr. W: M. Carter has accepted
the position of assistant cashier
, of the Citizens' Bank ,of Bates
l burg. Mr.;Carter has he-Jd similar
positions with several banks and
: has always proven himself to-be
. a very capable aud efficient officer.
Mr. G. D. Mims speut Satur
day and Sunday in Edgefield
with his family. He has also
* tried with signal success the Wil
' li?mson system of -growioij corn.
Mr. Mims says th?t lt is no
trouble to grow large quantities of
corn on just any kiud of land,
? provided it is fertilized and cul
tivated after the* Williamson plan.
Large assortment of Colgate'n
Toilet Soap. There is nothing
Let The Advertiser job office do j
your printing. Satisfaction guar-1
autoed on every job sent out from
See the Kenyon Rain coats,
Furs and wraps of all kinds just
J. E. Hart.
Children of all ages, sizee and
sexes are wanted to- buy solid
shoes, we have them. .
J. E. Hart.
Try our "Lord Caspar" Cigar.
Best 5c smok9 on the market.
Full stock of shoes and rubbers.
If you want tho best give us a
May & Tompkins.
: Our leather seat Rockers are the
talk of the town. If you want one
'Edgefield M?roantile Company.
County Treasurer J. T. P,
sou has informed us that- al
forty-five per cent.of the coi
aud state taxes and about twei
five per cent of the road tax I
been-paid. Nearly all of corpi
f ions paid their taxes by the
Now is the time to prepare y
garden. We eau supply you v
fresh seeds-English Peas, C
bage, Lettuce, Beets, Onion s
The average age .of the Ci
War'veterans is now in the neij
(borhood of sixty-five years, 'i t
[are growing fewer with each s
ceeding year, a?dthis fact is ci
stantly becoming more ?ppare
Let us do all we can. to rn?
pleasant the last days of th
who r'emaia with us.
Mr;. William JR; Furse worsh
ped-iiHEdgefield oh Sunday la
Our people are beginning *.o thi
ifl? /"high time" that Bache
Furse : was bringing some o
along "with him on. his visits
EdgefietoVHe has been traveli
life's lourney alone about lo
Spectacles made up to suit ye
particular need at lowest possit
Geo. F. Mime,
: Ed^efield, S.
Johnston has passed an ord
nauce making it unlawful to kee
hogs or- pigs in the incorpora
limits of the town between t
15th of March and the 15th
Oh Friday, of this week, t)
first of February,- Mr/ Walla?
Wright will sever his conneotic
withW. E.'Xynch & C?.',"?ud M
Ci W. McCreary will be.employe
tofillthe vacancy. Siuce cornu
among us a short time ago, M
McCreary has made many friend
and The Advertiser .is of tl
opinion that be will make tl
Lynch drug store au excellei
Just received large shipmei
of Seed Irish Potatoes. All of tt
The towns iu this state zi
going slow in the matter of gran
ingexclusive franchise to corport
Hons. An election was recentl
held iu the towu of Greenwoo
upon the question of granting es
elusive franchise for an electri
street raliway. The result was 15
votes ag.iinBt and 16 votes for th
franchise. Msny a town is boun
baud-and-foot by such a graut t
railway, light and water compa
nies, with no possible means o
Just received a large shipmen
of Buist's celebrated Garden Seed
and all of the popular varietie
oi Seed Irish Potatoes.
. "G. L. Penn & Son. ?
' By all means let an Edgefieh
young lady be the happy winne
of one of the valuable- prizei
offered iu The.State's contest.. S<
far as we have been informed
Miss Sophie Mi ms is the onlj
contestant frcm. ?dgefield. Clif
your coupons each .day from The
State and vote them for Miss
Sophie. If those in and arouuc
Edgefield who subscribe, foi thu
popular daily will combine then
efforts and oncontrate upon thit
fairt and. very deserving youri
lady, she will be an eaBvVinne]
of one pf . th? coveted prizes. Dc
not* forget to vote* your . cou PODE
before the time.limit annuls'them
. I am prepared;, to shoehorn
horses or ropair your vehicles
Having-had nineteen years practi
cal-experience, -I am not a frai d'tc
guarantee my work. Call on me at
the Crooner shops in rear of the
^ ? r W .H. Powell.
Nerv-o-Sol is a new preparatioc
[that will give speedy relief foi
Lheada.Dhe and neuralgia.. Try ?
Timmons Bros. .
Eggs For Sale: Why not raise
fine chickens? I eau supply yon
with eggs-13 for $1.00. I raise
Barred Plymouth Rocks only, aud
have none but the purest- brood.
Your orders solicited. . .
J. P. Bates'
The Mitchell and Oweusborc
wagons have heen struck by storm
and sunshine but are still in the
ruad, and they always will be.
EnoEFiELD MERCANTILE Co.
January Specials: We desire.to
call the attention of ihe ladios tc
our Torchon Laces, NaiuBook aud
Swiss Embroidery, Lonsdale Cam
bric, English Long Cloth, Ar*
Centre-pieces, Rope Silts, Pillow
Tops and Embroidery Cotton.
We are making great efforts to
?.educe certaiu lines preparatory
to our New-York going tor Spring
If you wahi good insurance
cheap-at actual - cost-let .me
write you a policy iu the Southern
Mutual Lite Insurance Associa
Our customers say they have
never sren a bed spring lo beat
the National and Blue Ribbon and
they nev?r will..
Edgefield Mercantile Company^
We always carry complete as
sortment of fresh drugs and give
especial attention to all prescrip
tions sent us. A share of your
poi-.'t take our word for'it, but
try around and sse if our state
ment is true when we say we can
save you money on clothing, shoes
and dry goods.
xtfay & Tompkins.
."?-Tc .... .. .? ' . ..
. ' s- ; -, " " '
Mr. and Mnv W. S. Cogbur
spent several dava l?st week i
Edgefitld ou a visit to the bon
folks. Tba Advertiser congrati
lates Mr. Cogburn upon the su<
cess that he is achieving in th
Do your lamps smoko? Try th
People's Oil. We handle it.
G. L. Penn.& Son.
A few days ago when a bus
farmeVswife of this county ha
counted up her last year's sales o
chickens, butter aud eggs sh
?ouud she bad sold sixty chicken
199 pounds of butter aud 163 doz
en eggs, amjunting in all to abou
$83. Who can beat" it?-Cheste;
We wonder if there are no
some farmers' wives in this coun
ty who can beat the foregoiuj
record? We feel confident tba
Mrs. Joe Mays can.
Try my "Cresta" Coffee. Fivi
pounds in air-tight bucket foi
. . P. P. Blaiock, Jr.
When Prof. G. F. LoDg came ic
town on Saturday afternoon hi
brought aloag in his buggy forty
odd pounds of good uld-f p.shioned,
all-pork couutry sausage, which
he readily disposed of at a good
price. One ounce of Prof. Long'e
sausage is worth a whole pound of
the kind that ie sent out by the
Chicago packing houses.
WANTED: By a prominent
monthly magazine, with large,
high-class circulation, local lep
resentative to look after renewals
and increase subscription list io
EdgefieJd and vicinity, on a salary
basis, with a continuing interest
from year to year iu the business
created. Experience,desirable, but
not essential. Good opportunity
for the . right person. Address
Publisher, box 59, Station 0,
We want everybody to try a
pound of "our 12? cents Groen
G. L. Penn & Son.
? Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Caotelou
have moved to their farm to re
Bide, and will rent their very
desirable residence on Main
Btreet. Mr. T. A. Rice rented Mr.
Cantelou's farm for this year but
for some reason there has been a
change of plans, and he and Mrs.
Rice have gone to Durham, N. C.
It has been stated that the con
tractors who are to dig the big
?J'tch, commonly called the Pana
ma canal, will use 5,000 or more
negro laborers. Ab Clark would
make an ideal canal digger. Won
der if he could not be induced to
go to Panama? Speak a "good
word" for Ab if the contractor
comes this way for laborers.
At the beginning of the year
spend a little thought on the best
way to avoid debt and do away
with long credit and mortgage
3ysteme. Debt is an unmerciful
nod exacting master. To free one's
self of. debt and adopt the pay as
you go plan is the first'and surest
?tep toward freedom and prosperi
ty . . : : . ; - .
The very unfavorable condi
tions of- last year made it impos
sible for the vast majority of the
people in this vicinity to raise
their "hog and hominy" at home
but many of them Jare making up
for .the deficiency by giving es
pecial attention to the early gar
den. Mr. J. N. Schenk received in
one: shipment on Saturday la9t
20,000 cabbage plants from the
growers on tbe coaBt, and sold
them like "hot cakes." Other or
ders will yet be placed.
The James Adams New Centu
ry Show is billed for Edgefiold
next week-beginning Monday
night and closing Saturday night.
Only one attraction, with the ex
ception of Saturday afternoon,
will be given a day. This ie in no
sens? a carnival. There will be no
Bpeiling or barkiug or hurrahing
or hallooing or gambling or any
of the objectionable features of a
carnival. A good clean show is
given each night in the large tent,
to which the small sam of 10 cents
will be charged. : The liceusewas
gran-ted upon condition that there
Would ba no immoral or other ob
jectidnable features. Should it
provo otherwise, the license will
be revoked and the show closed.
The Adams'Bhow has been strong
ly endorsed in the towns that it
The Cause of Many
There is a disease prevailing in this
country most dangerous because so decep
7"""? SJ I flmn"^ tive" Many sudden
h _ rjj|?i My!P~~ deaths are caused by
ix?J?\$Air PneurT,onia, heart
ll C?w LAJA ?3r^failure or apoplexy
-I ft~3^ '"?V^ pare often the result
^TI^^T 'A \ i& ?^ barley disease. If
"Aj?&?T \ \ ft) kidney trouble is al
?J/^"1? I \\ W ??l l?wed to advance the
yi^lla HP kidney-poisoned
N&s/ -^|?v^ blood wil1 altack the
^V^rainxr^oSSi.-^ vital organs or the
kidneys themselves break down and waste
iway cell by cell.
Bladder troubles most always result from
a derangement of tho kidneys and a cure is
obtained quickest by a proper treatment of
the kidneys, if you are feeling badly you
can make no mistake by taking Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and
lt corrects inability to hold urine and scald
ing pain in passing it, and overcomes that
unpleasant necessity of being compelled to
go often during the day, and to get up many
times during the night. The mild and the
extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon
realized. It stands the highest for its won
derful cures of the most distressing cases.
.Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and sold
by all druggists in fifty-cent and one-dollar
sized bottles. You may p?jj^L^
have a sample bottle of 0^^S^?^^^?i
this wonderful new dis- ^p^^^i^?j]
covery and a book that ^^^a?jj?B^^^?K^
tells ail about it, both Home of Swamp-Root
sent free by mall. Address Dr. Kilmer & Co.
Binghamton, N. Y. When writing mention
reading this generous offer in this paper.
Don't make any mistake, but
remember the name, Swamp
Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
and the address, Birghainton, N.
Y,f on e,rery bottle. I
and look, in the glass
You can't help puck?i
to think of t?stjng it
By the 'use o?
right into your ; syste
and ruin "your; st?m
Royal is ni?l?e?rorri
than Alum but you hi
Valuable Country Home Barned.
The friends of Mr; E. L. Hy an
sympathize with him deeply in
the vory heavy loss which-be sus
tained in the burning of his home
rm Tuesday night of last week.
About one o'clock the members
of the family who occupied rooms
Lip-Btairs were awakened by smoke,
the house having caught fire from
the stove in the cook room. The
entire coutents of the building
were - distroyei The. building,
which was well constructed of
rich heart matarial, was con
sumed by the merciless flames in
about, thirty minutes. Not only
did Mr. Ryan sustain1 a heavy
?uancial loss'but he was also
very paiufully burned about bis
face and bands, which makes it
a. double calamity. The' property
was insured for $2,000-$80? on
the furniture', and $12'? j on the
build'ng. Alter deducting the
amount of the . insurance. Mr.
Ryau's loss will be about $4,500.
Every Community Should Forma
The Society for the Prevention
)f Cruelty to AnimalsHhas had
;wo of the horses,killed that
ffere seized on the lst;M?hday of
this month. The other horse was
.eturned to its ow'uer. The borses
;hat were killed were dieajjed and
aractioally worthless to their own
?TB, unable to get up without as
sistance. Some of the citizens of
?he town have raiset-i a purse of
ibout $12 that will be given to j
Mr. Smith, the owner pf one of
the horst s. We have been inform
ed Vi,at he offered the horse for
|>10 before' it was aeized. Some
jersons have gotten an erroneous
dea of the work of the Society,
[t is not the purpose of the mern
sers to treat anyone* unjustly,
rhey simply wish to protect the
aeasts of burden from cruel, in
auman treatment, and to prevent
inyone from-working disabled
3tock. Such a society ought to be
formed-in every community in
the county. Its existence would
sause many persons colored peo
ple especially, to feed and treat j
their stock better.
The New Spring Shirt-Waiet
Broader shoulders characterize
the first of the spring shirt-waists.
The smartest designs for a linen
Bhirt-waist is made with three
deep plaits on each shoulder, back
and front. At the back the plaits
taper toward the waist. The pat
tern provides for a high band
turn-down collar, but the waist ?6
also finished with a neck-baud, so
(hat it may be worn with a stiff
linen collar if preferred. The regu
lar Bhirt-waist sleeve is used, fin
ished with a straight cuff. The
fastening of the waist is iu the
front through the center box
plait. The stitched plaits and the
broad shoulder line give this
shirt-waist an air of newnees and
smartnees. Though this spring the
lingerie waist will be more in
vogue than ever, yet tbe tailor
made linen waist will also be
much in demand.-Grace Marga
ret Gould in the Woman's Home
Companion for February.
I have purchased the carriage
and repair shop of the late B. J
Crookei arid will conduct the
business at the same stand as
heretofore. I am well equipped
with material and solicit your
business. I guarantee satisfac
tion on every job sent out from
W. H. Powell.
WANTED: Fifty head of thin
young cattle, one or two years old
preferred. Also second-hand
barbed wire waut^d.
W. J. Gaines,
Trenton, S. C
Art squares in all colors and
sizes $3 00 to $10.00. These ard
bargains that you cauuot afford
EL-GEFIELD MERCANTILE Co.
Very large assortment of Al
lan's Perfumery in all of the deli
cate and popular odors. There is
nothing better on the market.
~Try" our delightful "Cresta'
Coffee-5 pouud bucket for $1.
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
-~yo\i will see thc effect
nng-irit .makes you pucker
so called cheap Baking
rrpuckering, injurious Alum
jm--you injure digestion,
pure, refined Grape Cream of Tartar-Costs more
ive the profit of quality, the profit of good health..
A slight change in the schedule
went iuto effect on Sunday last.
The train that formerly left
Edgefield at 3:55 and returned at
6: 35 in the afternoon, now leaves
at4:20aud returns at 7:40, and
tbe late traiu to Trenton has been
taken off entirely. The traiu that
heretofore left Augusta at 11:30
p. m. now leaves at 4:30 p. m.,
which enables passengers leaving
Edgefield in the morning for Au
gusta to return at 7:40 in the
Fresh Prunes and Evaporated
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
FOR SALE: Two good milch
cows, one two-horee wagon, one
one-horse jwagon and other farra
implements, also nine cords of
oak wood sawed fire lenths and
two cords of uncut pine wood.
Coy G. Wood,
Edgefield, S. C.
JuBt received a large shipment
of shoes. Soe them before buying.
May & Tompkins.
Our Victor No. 1 Bed Sprin
are guaranteed for 20 years. Noth
iug better on tb? market,
Ramsey & Jones.
A Wonderful Happening.
Port Bryon, N. Y., has witness
ed one of the most remarkable
cases of healing* ever recorded.
Amos F Kir g, of that place Bays:
"Bucklers Arnica Salve cured a
sore on my leg with which I had
suffered over 80 years. I am now
85." Guaranteed to cure all sores.
25c. G. L. Penn & Sou W. E.
Lynch & Co.
Beautiful Rockers, Diuing
Chairs, Centra Tables and Dining
Tables, all of [which will make
very appropriate holiday gifts.
Ramsey & Jones.
Allan's Cascaret Tablets at
' We are now showing the largest
?ud best selected lot of rugs, lace
curtains, tabie covers and couch
covers ever brought to this market.
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
GEORGIA CflE|VHJflI* WO?^^S
Everything in Fertilizers, Plant Food and Ag
Blood and Bone Goods, Fish Goods and Cot
ton Seed Meal Mixtures.
These reliable Fertilizers have been tried by the
trade for more than a third of a century, and their
increasing popularity attests their merit.
..Using them is therefore no experiment.
Factories, Augusta. Ga., Pon Pon, S. C.
'Sold exclusively at Edgefield by the
Call on them for information.
BABCOCK "VEHICLES beat the world in qual
ity, style, comfort and durability. They have no
equals. Our sales
More than Double
all the vehicle dealers in the city of Augusta. Come
to see us. We will prove it to }rou by our stock, and
by our local receiver of tax returns and collector.
. FRAZIER road carts. HACKNEY wagons^
CHASE'S fine robes. We sell you these robes at
as compared to prices elsewhere. Carriage and
wagon material a specialty
H. BC. COSKBRY,
The Carriage and Hardware Man of Georgia, I
I 749 and 751 Broad Street . AUGUSTA, GA. JJ
Southern States Phosphate!
i& Fertilizer Co's goods.
P, & E.
A. D. Bone.
Augusta High Grade.
.Acid of All Grades:
These goods'are now in? warehouse ready for delivery
Death of Rev. A. P.'Norris?
Nearly a gflueration ago, one of
the leading and most active Bap
tist ministers in Edgefield coun
ty, was Rev. A. P. Norris. For
quite a number of y irs he has
been making his home in Colum
Saturday's issue of The State
published the following announce
ment of Rev. Mr. Norris' death :
"Rev. Alex P. Norris, one of
the oldest citizens of Columbia,
and also one of the oldest Baptist
ministers in the country died at
his residence at 1517 Bianding
street last night about 9 o'clock.!
'.Mr. Norris t was a native of J
Edgefield. county, having been
born near Batesburg, and was
about 87 years old at the time of
his death. During his younger)
life he was one of the most active
aud prominent ministers in the
Baptist church, and his earnest
ness of pumose and sincerity of
heart, together with his devotion
to the cause of Christianity, made
him a prominent man in all con
ventions and meetings for the
dissemination of the gospel.
"Rev. Mr. Norris had been re
tired from active ministry for
number of years, but during the
past few years has served asl
chaplain of the State penitentiary
and at the time of his death was
chaplain at the State Hospital for
The funeral arrangements have
not yet been definitely decided
upon, but will be announced to
We solicit your prescrip
tion business. Utmost care is i
exercised in compounding!
prescriptions and only pure,
fresh drugs are used. Our I
prices are very reasonable.
G. L. PENN& SON.
Large assortment of beautiful
Grlassware and China of all kinds
at very reasonable prices. I invite
the ladies to call.
R. T. Scurry.
Blankets, Comforts and heavy
underwear will soon be in demand
md we have them at correct
J. E. Hart.
My 5 and 10 cents counters are
filled with many useful articles.
Especial values in Enameled
R. T. Scurry.
. Fresh shipment of Cakes and
Try our "Coronation" andi
'Snowflake" Fleur. None better.
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
Buggies, Surrles and Harness
AT MANUFACTURER'S PRICE.
Guaranteed for H mos.,
ballt for Style, Quilty
and Dorabllitr. We cu
i JV? ?oe 525.00 on the
parchase of a Boxer, Knn
aboot or Surrey. O Qi
complete catalog No. 6 ts Free for the uki nf.
John Foster Co., 265-271 Decatur St., Atlanta, Ca.
Don't buy a grate cr heater un
til you have seen ours.
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE Co.
Bend your Barlups lo ll;ls strong, sound, con
servativo Savings Hank. On request wo will BOJU!
you FltEK. a bupply of our "Bank Messengi..
Money Mailers" for tbe safe transmission of coln or
currency In making bank avpos-ts by mall. You
can scud small deposits each week.nnd as ? f\V
rour savings accumulate will Issn? you/%
?.crtmearen of deposit bearing interest**y.fj
st thc liberal rate of.
Large stock of Trunks and
Leather Suit Cases at very low
Ramsey & Jones.
Cloaks, Furs, Blankets and
Dress goods at cut prices for 15
J. E. Hart.
Fresh Force, Oatmeal, Postum,
Grape Nuts and Buckwheat at
See our Dress goods, Outing
Waisting, and cotton fabrics of
J. E. Hart.
JAS. S. BYRD,
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
?Hy Office over Post-Office.
WOOD SAWS and SPLIT
TERS, LATHE and SHIN
Engines, Boilers and Supplies]
Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy. ? cg
Many Have Dyspepsia and Don't
Do you belch up wind? Taste yoars
it jd after eating? ??re yon pale and
haggard? Does your heart flutter? A'^e?'?,
you dizzy? Do you have pains in side^*"'
cr back? Risings or pimples, on the....
skin? Are you low spirited? Bad ";
h Math? Headache? Weak kidneys? ??
Bilious? Constipated? "?re you nerr;
vous? If so you have Dyspepsia, and . :
il is a dangerous condition. To cure, .??
take Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy, It ia. .
made for just su 1 troubles. Tyner's
Dyspepsia Reuiedy removes acids
from the stomach, strengthens weak
stomachs, and cures Dyspepsia or tn-,:.
digestion. Druggists or by express 50
cents a bottle. Money refunded if it
fails to cure, Medical advice and cir-'
cular free by writing to Tyner Reme*/
dy Co, Augusta, Ga. '
A Memorable Day. .
One of the days wa remember. '
with pleasure, as well as with
profit to our health, is the one orr
which we became acquainted
with Dr. King's New Life PHis,i
the painless purifiers that cure,
headache and billiousness, apd
keep the bowels right. 25c at G.
L. Penn & Son W. E Lynch & Co.
Dr. Tompkins, Jule Holstein,
Dr. Joues and others are sleeping
on National springs. Why don't
ridgefield Mercantile Company.
Beautiful Rugs and Art Squares
all sizes and attractive designs.
Ramsey & Jones. .
The Charming Woman
is not necessarily one of per
fect form aud features. Many a
plain woman who could never
Berv6 as an artist's. model,pos
ses868 those rare qualities that all
the world admires: neatness,
clear eyes, clean smooth skin and
that sprightliness of step and
action that accompany good
health. A physically weak woman
is never attractive, not even tb
herself. Electric Bitters restore
weak women, give strong nerves,
bright eyes, smooth, velvety skin,
beautiful complexion. Guaranteed
50c at G. L. Penn & Son W E.
Lynch & Co.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
Notice is hereby given that all per-,
sons bavins: claims against the es
tate of the late B. J. Crooker,
deceased, will present the same ?at
once duly attested and all persons
indebted to said estate will make pay
ment to O. L. Miller, Trenton, S. C.,
or to the undersigned
Coy C. Wood,
Admx. of Est. B, J. Crooker, deed.
Edgefield, S. C. Jan. 18, 1907.
Buy your next suit of clothes
from us and save money.
May & Tompkins.
Wear 5 Star and Red seal shoes.
We sell them.
May & Tompkins.
When placing your Insur
ance give me a call. I rep
resent a very strong line of
Insurance Companies, our
Agent for the largest
I^II^E: - - -
Insurance Co. I will ap-j
preciate a share of yourbusi
ness. 1 can be found at my
office-Office No. a---over Bank of]
hfames TT. M1MH
Just received delightful Roast
ed Coffee, 15 to 25 cents per pound.
If you want the finest F9lt Mat
tress made, let us sell you a "Rex"
or a "Dexter." There is nothing
Rsamey & Jones.
TIMMO/VS & C0RLE?, .
Appointments at Trenton
Crown and Bridge Work a Speoial
for Gasoline En
gines, Steam En
gines, Saw Mills,
Cotton Gins, Presses etc.
E. J. NORRIS
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
State and County Depository.
J. C. SHEPPARD, W. W. ADAM?,
J. H. Eoe KNIGHT, T. H. RAINSFOBD
J. M. COBB, B. S. HOLLAND,
A. S. TOMPKINS, C. C. FULLER,
W. E. PRESCOTT.
J. C. SHEPPARD, Presideut.
W. W. ADAMS, Vice-Prer! dent.
E. J. MIMS, Cashier
J. H. ALLEN, Ass't Cashier.
Pays interest on deposits by special
Money to loan on liberal term*.
Prompt and polite attention to bas
YOUR Account .Solicited,.