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-WEDNESDAY, FEB. 27, 1907.
Lee The Advertiser job office do
iur printing. Satisfaction guar
it?edbn every job sent out from
vis office. Z
Wo are pleased -to learn that
.friend, Mr. E. L Ryan, is
>leto be out aud that he will
>n have recovered eutirely from
ie recent severe burn.
Since the passes have been cut
T, a western paper publishes the
>llcwing instead of the regular
module; "Trains are due when
)u see the smoke."
i FOR SALE: Brand new Wer
jcke Book .Case at a Bargain.
)ply at this office. .
Vliss Kate Samuel leaves to day
Hephzibah, Ga., to spend a
?k with her sister. During her
^euce Allen Samuel will play
isekeeper for the first time,
fw would you like to board
?o-morrow ?8 the first of March
Easter Comes on the last'day.
j ti? dear creatures h ave ou ly
month now iu-^tiTch to study
fashion plates aLd select their
?ter bonnets. \ .
?r. J. J. Taylor, who for six
years wasf a missionary to
!?.-^!~i?ot'borne to Edgefielq\
?ras announced last week. He
accepted temporarily the pas:
ite of the First Baptist church
ruion, s. c.
[r. J. Rubenstein says his mil-j
nr. for the spring season will
ive from Baltimore on the 10th
[arch. He bas spared no ex
fee in securing the very best
?nt to place at the head of this]
argo assortment of beautiful
broidery and Laces just ro
J. W. Peak.
[r. Jno. T. Faulkner spends 60
?h,of -his time looking after
large lumber interests near
fth Augusta that he is almost
ranger in Edgefield. He came
however, on Monda) to look
>r business matters at this end
Jome ppreuts of this day and
aeration do not believe in the
[ory that snaring the rod spoils
"child. A mother in Marlboro
mtv has had a school teacher
jested oh the charge of assault
batt-ry, because her boy was
(eh a sound, flogging. by the
irgo assortment of Colgate's
[il?t Soap. There is nothing
libe editor of The Advertiser!
received a letter from the
td of a concern that is "looking
: a suitable location for a furni
f% factory." If any of our read
are interested iu the establish
Int of such au enterprise in
gefield, we will gladly furnish
>m with the address.
ir. W.Y. Queries, of Rehoboth,
?tauiejd a heavy loss through
burning of his store on Sat
Iday night; The loss on the
lildiug and stock will amount
[about $4,000. but he was in
red with Mr. E. J. Norris for
We want ev?rybody to try a
?und of- our 12? cents Green
G L. Penn & Son.
The bucket-shops are still doing
lsinGHs in North Augusta*, but
ieir days are numbered. The re
lutly enacted law, fashioued
fter the* autirbucket-shop law of
Georgia, will become effective on
inly the 1st, after which date all
parabling in futures iu this state
s . ? ' ' .
Mr. James Stevens, who' has
jen with an engineering corps
In.the northern parr of the state
br several months, is at horu^
pending a short season with his
ioth?:r, Mrs. Ida Stevens, bf for**
[caving for Virginia, wh?-rH the
>rps .will'next be engaged in sur
veying a railroad.
PRESCRIPTIONS our special
ly. We solicit, your Prescriptions,
lav or night.
"WE GUARANTEE pure drugs,
sourate compounding, and rea
Jnoable prioes, .
V/, Et LYNCH & CO,
On Friday evening, March the
ithvin operetta or mucical bur-,
(tasque will be gi\en in the col'ege
iudi^orium by the chorus class
md the department of ex pn ssion
This eutertainm *nt isv being plan*
fied by Misses Nickles and. Wil-|
iams, which- is sufficient guaran-?.
ie that it will be high-class in
^very respect- The Advert isur will
jave Eoor9 tb say-?f the operetta
[ext'week. , '
A supply of blank deeds, mc ri
vages of real estate, and chat tie
iqrtgages just received at this
.Fresh, shipment of Cakes and
f Timmons Bros.
lum now dealing in guano and
can. sapp y, you with the best
brandn on the market. Get my
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
Try our /-Coronation" and
[.'Snowflake" Flour. None better.
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
iv^T . _;_ ;. ?
1||'A B.oston physician claims
have coined the wtird "append:
tie" in. 1898. Since then, says
exchange, ir has coined mu
morey for the profession.
Messrs. May & Tompkins t
non nee that tba spacial rt pres?
fat ive of the Glooe Tailoring Go
pauy will be at their store
March the 8th and 9th lo ta
measures for spriug suils, and i
vite you to cali and inspect 1
?Sk - V
I be recently e.nac'ed law i
creasing (he pay of jurors a
witnesses to $2 and $1 per di
respectively, will become effet
ive on March the 13th, which w
be too late to be of much bene
to the first week's witnesses ai
jurors of the approaching tex
Bargains in Winter Good*: V
are makiDg reduced -prices cn a
Winter Goods, and eau save yt
J. W. Peak.
A gentleman remarked to Tl
Advertiser mau a few days aj
that Capt. Rice's afternoon tra:
is a. very bad, wayward trail
Said be, "It rambles arouud, gooi
neFS knows where, and gets i
during the late hours of the night
It's up to Capt. Rice to keep b
wayward train ou the i "straigl
and narrow track."
Try our delightful "CresU
Coffee-5 po.uud.bucket for $1.
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Artbi
have uot what is commonly cal
ed a poultry farm but they rait
hundreds of very fiu'i chicken
every year on their farm. Th
writer was present a few days ag
when a gentleman engaged fiftee
bens from Mr. Arthur, who hs
no trouble in getting forty an
fortj'-five cents each for biB hem
At this price, hens are about s
good a money cicp as long-stapl
cotton at twenty cents per pou nc
.Just received a large shipraeu
of Buist's celebrated Garden See(
and ali of the popular varietie
ol' Seed Trish Potatoes.
G. L. Penn & Son.
It seems not to be generali
known among . sportsmen an
others that, by an act of the leg
islafure of last year, the eutr;
upon the land of another withou
permipsiou obtained for the pur
po6e of shooting, hunting or fish
iog, is made a. misdemeauoi
punishable by fine or imprison
ment. No notice by posting, ad
verti^ement or otherwise is re
quired, the, mere entry constitu
ting the misdemeanor. Iguoranc
of the Jaw or lack of informatioi
about the loca'Hy is no excuse o
palliation of the offense.
A young lady., having asked i
Surgeon why* womau was "mad<
from the rib of a man in prefer
ence to some otter bone, he gavi
the following gallanfanewer:
"She was not- taken: from thi
head lest she'should rule ove:
vhim; nor ,from his,, feet, lest ht
should trample upon ber; hut ?b<
was taken from bis side, that she
might be his equal, from uudei
his arm that he might protect ber
from near bis beart that ho migo
cherish aud love her."-Ex.
Arrested For Cruelty to Animals
At the instance of several mern
bers of the Humane Society ?
young negro was arrested ic
Edgefield on Friday last for cruel
ty to animais and placed behind
the bars. He drove a very weak
sore-back, maimed mule a dis
tance of twelve miles for a load of
guano, and the poor brute had
beeu so cruelly whipped thal
blood bad run down its side. lu
places the harness and shafts of
the wagon were covered with
blood. "When the arrest was made
the negro had four sacks of guanc
un the wagon, which is a good
load for a strong, sound mule tc
draw a distance of twelve or fif
teen mile9. The sight of this
faithful, sore-back, blood-bespat
tered beast of burden was really
sickening, and several gentlemen
from the country who saw its con
dition .heartily approved of the
Dr. J. T. Pattison very kino.j
took the mule in charge and fed
it well. It will be turned over tc
the gentleman upou whosa land
the heartless driver lives.
Letter to E. J. Norris.
Edgetleld, S. C.
Dear ?Jir: We asked City Dru? Qo
Crystal Spring;-,Miss, to sell Devoe.
2?h'ey wanted tn know, uf their owe
knowledge. Iiow it c( mpared with an
ther paint they knew all about-il
was sold right (here, and considered
Jhey pvinted the house pf W E
14rc7:une.v two coats on purpose tc
tc*-t the two paints against one:
another : ona coat Devoe 6 gallons; the
othercmt that other paint 10 g liions,
Difference ?20; $7 Tor paint,. $13
Jhat other paint is made in Niw
Orles ns; U pure, is considered an ex
cellent paint, and has a good deal o|
But the standard of paint has been
low all through the southwest. 2'nat
paint is thin; it ig, you see, sjx-tenths
of a paint. Devoe saves S20 over it or
half a small job
It is a case of local best compar?e
with actual best.
F W DEVORE & QO
Edgefield Mercantile Co.
. The Mitchell and Oweusborc
wagons have been struck'by storm
and suushine but are still in the
road, and they always will be.
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
If you want good insurance
cheap-at actual cost-let me
write you a policy iu the Southeru
Mutual Lite Insurance Associa
J. H. May.
Our customers say they have
uever. seen a bed spring to beat
the National and.Blue Ribbon and
they never will.
Edgefield Mercantile Coropanyi
. * y y
A?! organized Temperance Work
Home and Foreign Missions B
Salaries of Ministers ? ES
Public Education &^S&&v
Sugar and Molasses
Woolen Goods BBBHHB^^
Boots and Shoes
Cotton Goods KEiffiffi^msa
Iron and Steel
A diagram showing- the annual c
I bacco as compared with other arti
I with the immense rock at the botton
We always carry complete as
sortment of fresh drugs and give
especial attention to all prescrip
tions sent us. A share of your
When the dispensary doors
[closed laBt Tuesday one of the
boys slipped over aud put crepe
ou the door. An old darkey cami
along and with much concern ask
ed a by-stander if tho dispenser
was dead. His informer told him,
No, but Ben Tillman's "baby'
was dead. "Dat so? Poor man !"
Lee County Vindicator.
We have been requested to an
nounce that the Chrysanthemum
Association will meeton Friday
afternoon, March the 2ud, ,at
o'clock at the home of Mrs. W. B.
Uogburn. All who are interested
in the cultivation of flowers, both
in towu and out of town, should
attend this meetiug. If the Chry
santhemum Fair of next fall is to
bo made a greater success than
'he one held last fall, now is the
time to begin.
Spring Goods: Fresh arrivals
in Madras, Mercerized Waistiuge,
Gingham, otc We invite the
ladies to see them.
J. W. Peak.
Mr.. W. H. Turner returned on
Friday after speudiug nearly a
fortnight in New York making
his spring purchases. It was a
very pleasaut and profitable trip.
The only thing that marred the
pleasure was the low temperature
during a portion of the time. For
several days tho thermometer
stood at zero, a temperature un
unown to southern people. Mr.
Turner's new goods will begin to
arrive iu a few days. Watch for
his announcement in these col
Fresh-Buckwheat and Georgia
G. L.JPenn & Son.
. CARD OF THANKS.
I employ this means of express
ing our gratitude to our friends
and neighbors for their kiudi-iess
during the recent disaster that
befell us in the burning of our
home. In ways too numerous to
mention they have manifested
their affection and esteem for us,
and this is to assure them that
their very thoughtful kindness
will ever be held iu grateful rc-]
membrance, and that we shall
cheerfully reciprocate whenever it
shall be in our power to do so.
E. L. Ryan.
Trenton, S. C.
Sunday School Institute.
Rev. J. D. Moore, Suuday school
secretary of the State Mission
Board, and Dr. B. W. Spill man,
of the Suuday school Board,'Nash
ville, Tenn., are now making a
tour of the State, holding short
institutes. Thece workers will be
in Edgefield on Friday, March
the 8th, at IG a. m. It will he a
great privilege to bear these Sun
day school speakers. All Suuday
school officers, teachers and work
ers throughout the association are
epesially invited to attend. The
general public is also cordially iu
vited. The Institute will be held
in the Baptist church, morning
Persons" from neighboring
churches expecting, to atteud will
communicate at once with tho un
Jersi?i.ed. Pastors and Superin
tendents will please announce this
meeting to thoir congrega! ions aud
fcchools ou ti? xt Sunday.
Eggs For Sal*: Why not rain?
fine chickens? I can simply you
with eggs^-13 for $1.00.-1 raise
Barred Plymouth Rocks only, and
have none but the purest bn-od.
Your orders solicite'!.
.J. P. BatfS
Our leather 6eat Rockers are tl e
talk of the town. If you want one
Endfield Mercantile Company.
Is your baby tbi
Make him a %5
easily digested by littl
cheeked little fellow f
sa $14,000,000 -
B??BHBB?fl * 225,000,000
ost of intoxicating* liquors and to?
ides. Compare the small topstone
Audkor J. B. Haltiwanger has
beeu one of the scores of victims
of grip iu Edgefield. During bis
enforced absence from his office,
two of his daughters, M?SB Julia
and Miss Teresa, have been re
ceiving tax returns. These young
ladies bave performed the duties
of the auditor in this respect ad
E:lgefield County Teachers' As
sociation to be held in Edgefield,
.at the S. C. C. I. auditorium, Fri
day, March 22nd, 1907, beginning
at 10:30 o'clock a. m.
2ud. The teachers duty to the
profession. Capt. P. P. Burns,.
Mrs. L. C. Latimer.
3rd. Problems in Rural Schools.
Supt:'of Education, W. D Hol
4tb. Hiw much high school
work should be attempted in the
public schoolB? Prof. W. C. Zeig
lor, Miss New6om, *
5tb. Question Box.
7:45 P. M. Address bv Prof.
YV. H. Hand, S. C. College.
F. N. K. Bailey,
G. F. Long
Death of Mr. James E. Caughman.
On Saturday morning Mr. A.
E. Padgett received a telegram
announcing the death of Mr.
Jamea E. Caugbmeu, which oc
curred at the home of his father,
Mr. J. C. Caughman, in Saluda
county. Soon after the death of
his brother, Mr. J. L. Caughman,
the deceased was elected assistant
cashier of the Farmers Bauk but
was forced to resign on account of
ill health. Having contracted con
sumption it was necessary for him
to lead a ' moro active lite. Mr.
Caughman and his friends at first
were hopeful that the dread dis
ease could be checked in ile in
cipiency. For nearly a year he has
been in the Bullock Sanatorium,
Silver City, New Mexico, under
treatment, but in spite of all
efforts to stay the disease be
steadily declined, and was brought
home early this year.
Mr. Caughmau was in every
respect a model young man, hav
ing boen reared in a Christiau
home by God-fearing parents. His
generous nature And very genial,
gejitlemaulv manner won for him
many lasting friends in Edgefield
who will always cherish his memo
ry- . _
Prohibition Hard on Revenue.
Prohibition for two days in
Columbia hrs been Successful, or
at least since the closing up of
tho dispensaries in the city sceues
around the police station are very,
very dull. Yesterday morning
there were only three cases on the
docket for the recorder to dispose
of, aud two of these were for
offenses occurring before the dis
pensaries were placed under the
The patrol wagon loft the sta
tion house only once Monday aud
that for an ordinary call, and yes
terday the horses were hitched up
not exceeding thrice, and no
k(druuks" were docketed up to a
late hour last night. The cases on
the books so far are for small
The record of two days is oue
of the beat in the history cf the
town and one of the oldest officials
connected with the police head
quarters says he can not remem
ber two days in sucoetsion such
as Monday and Tuesday have
tiHBii.- 'Vvdi.e-dayV Columbia
Fjvifth Force, Odtmul, Pottum.
G ri? pe Nuts and ii nek-.vh eat. at
Ti m :pou s Bros.
Do your lamps pmok? ? Try the
P-ople's Oil. vY> bandin it.
G. L. Penn & Son.
Try my "Cresta" Coffey. Fi v.
poupds iu air tight bucket for
P. P. Blaiock, Jr.
Largo stuck or Trunks and
Leather Suit Cases at very low
Rams'-v & Jones.
n, weak, fretful ?
sion is Cod Liver Oil
prepared so that it is
baby that is fed on
on is a sturdy, rosy*
ull of health and vigor.
; 50c; AND $t.OO.
Do yon understand why Dr. Lu
ther Jones and Mr. Juo. R. Tomp
kins are holding their heads so
high and stepping so high these
days? Two fine boys have ar
rived at their homes'. One-not
two-at each home.
Petit Jury, Third Week.
Lee Rhoden, J F Stone, S W
Miller, W J Huiett, J A Clark, W
W. Satcher, W B Dunovant, W
H Pruiet, J H White, J L McKen
nie, J S Holmes, M A Taylor, L
S Stevens, J L Derrick, J M Cobb,
Ed Morris. W B Lowrey, George
Atwell, W D Cheatbam, T M
Glover, James JOIIPP, W A Free
land D D Bru.nsou B C Berry Sam
Wideraan, Lem Harling, George
A Youngblood, J B Miller, J A
Deal, E W Thurmond, J P De
Laughter, C M Rhoden, B A
Wright, J A Mays, W A Winn, F
Request From Committee on Pro*
The Edgefield Baptist Associa
tion is arranging to celebrate its
one-hundredth anni versary next j
September. The committee- on
program is. anxious to gather as
many interesting historical facts
as possible to be embodied in the
minutes of this session. No com
plete file of minutes is available.
The committee, therefore, invites
the aid of the friends of the enter
prise in gathering the historical
matter. Any old minutes or docu
ments bearing upon the history
of the Edgefield association would
be greatly appreciated; also in
teresting reminiscences or tradi
tions. Persons who can furnish
assistance in this will please com
municate with the chairman or
any member of the undersigned
Edsefield, S. C.
C. E. Burts, Chr
J. P. Mealing,
J. T. Littlejohn,
P. P. Blalock,
P. B. Lanham,
J. E. Johnston,
G. H. Burton.
This afternoon at three o'clock
Mr. B. C. Bryan and Miss Lutil
Holston will be married at the
home of the bride's sister, Mrs.
W. 0. Whatley, near Faifa. Dr.
C. E. Burts will officiate.
For Borne time there has been
whisperings as to Cupid's plans
in oonuection with the lives of
these two popular young people,
but nothing definite could be
learned. The bride is a na'ive of
Edgefield, being the daugbt?r of
Mrs. Annie Holston, and tbb
gr ?cm is the el Ipst son of Mr. L
Y. Bryan, of Horn's Cre>k. F-.?r
several yea-e Mr. Bryan hrib be*n
one of Mr. J. ryubeuetpin'b leadiuj^
salesmen, aud hub made uiau\
friends i;i our town,
Imrafdiately after the marriage.
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan viii omy ti
Edgefield aud will make IhV-ii
berne for' the present with Mr.
and Mis. S. A. Brimson. The Ad
vertiser f.-xtends cougratolatiouc.
Sp'c?acles m ide up to suit your
particular noud at lowt-st possible
Geo. F Mime,
Edg.-field, S. (
KTJBBER TIRES: I have a
machine for rosetting your old
tires or putting on new ones.
Best rubber tires carried in stock.
All work guaranteed.
W. H. Powell.
Endorsed By The County.
"The most popular remedy in
Otsego county, and the best friend
nf my family," writes Wm M
Dietz, editor and publisher of the
Oteego Journal, Gilbertsville, N.
Y., ?B Dr. King-1? New Discovery,
It bas proved to}be an infallible
cure for oougbs and colds, making
short work of the worst of them
We always keep\ a bottle in the
house. I believe it to be the most
valuable presoriptiou known for
lung and throat diseases. Guaran
teed to never disappoint the taker,
Price 50c and LOO. Trial bottle
free. G. L. Penn & Son W. E
Lynch & Co. '.(.
iffyvVIVUIIISr IHR Itt! U
acuse for. buying anything but
ipe Cream of Tartar Baking
to save a few cents in price.
ou a few cents more per. can than Alum or Phos?
wders, but it is worth far more than the difference
iscuits, cakes and pastry free from the injurious! '
use of Alum means permanent injury to health.
Alum Ailments-Say plainly
, ' NOTICE.
Trustee* of the Public Schools
of Edgefield Ccuuty are hereby
requested to excuse their teachers
from school duties on the 22ud of
March to attend meeting of Coun
ty Teachers' Association. It is
earnestly desired that every
teacher lu the county sha'.l be
present at fhis meeting. Enter
tainment will be furnished all
who attend and every one will be
expected io stay for the night ses
W. P. Holland,
Supt. of Education.
Try our "Lord Caspar" Cigar
Best 5c smoke on the market.
Full stock of 6hoes and rubbers
If you want the best give usa
May & Tompkins.
Art squares in all colors and
sizes $3 00 to $10.00. These are
bargains that you cannot afford
ETJGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
ARI IMG SALE
fw Thirty Pays.
We ure offering some Great Bargains in ?Blan
kets, Comforts, Skirts, Cloaks, Furs, Dress Goods
Heavy Und er waar, Winter Goods generally.
These prices are for
only. No goods charged at these cut prices.
JAS. E. HART
Get your Laundry in-Tuesdays.
We Annouce the formal
Spring & Summer
of our Merchant Tailoring, Department ^hich will be in
charge of a SPECIAL
REPRESENTATIVE of the
Globe Tailoring Company
makers of the Best there is iii Tailoaing. Cincinnati, Ohio.
MARCH 8th and 9th.
Over 500 Suitings, Trouserings and Overcoatings will be on display
for your inspection. Order/3 tat en for immediate or future del.very
Measures taken Scientifically.
MAY & TOMPKINS
IS made of the very best leaf that we can buy
on the very best leaf market in the world
To those who prefer a natural leaf tobacco
we unhesitatingly say that after one trial of
TAYLOR'S NJlTVllJ?L LEAF
yon will nae it exclusively in the future. Every merchant
ought to eel' '.t-if yours don't, insist on his setting it for you.
MERCHANTS-Write us for our special prices
Southern States Phosphate
& 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.
Jones & Son
Tyner'a Dyspepsia Remedy.
Many Have Dyspepsia . and 'Don't
Do you belch up wind? Taste your
food after eating? t4re you paie arni
haggard? Does your heart flutter? Are
you dizzy? Do you have -pains in side
cr back? Ridings or pimples on the
skin? Are you low spirited? Bad
I r->ath? Headache? Weak kidneys?
Bilious? Constipated? *?re you ner
vous? If so you have Dyspepsia, and
il is a dangerous condition. To cure,
take Tyner'a Dyspepsia Remedy, It is
made for just such troubles. Tyner'a.
Dyspepsia Remedy removes acids
from-the stomach, strengthens weak
stomachs, and cures Dyspepsia brl?
digtstion. Druggists or by express 60
cents a bottle. Money refunded if it
fails to cure, Medical advice and cir
cular free by writing to Ty lier Reme*
dy Co, Augusta, Qa.
We solicit your prescrip
tion business. Utmost care is"
exercis?d in compounding
prescriptions and only pure,
fresh drugs are used..Cur
prie es are very reasonable*.
G. L. PENN & SON.
Lnrge assortment of beautiful
Glassware and China of all kinds
at very reasonable prices. I invite
the ladies to call..
,R. T. Scurry.
We have just received a beauti*
ful lot of faucy crockery, consist
ing of 2 and 4 piece sugar and
sream sets, water sets, cups and
?aucers, etc. We offer at-prices
lower than same can be bought at
" Rdgefieid Mercantile Co. 'i
My 5 and 10 cents counters are -
Siled with many useful articles.
Especial valu'g in- Enameled
R. T. Scurry.
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 aud attractive designs..
Ramsey & Jones.
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.
Ju8t"?eceived delightful Roast-*1
Bd Coffee, 15 to 2 5 cents per pound. f
If you want the fines t Felt Mat-;
tress made, let us 6ell yo n a "Rex"*
Dr fi "Dexter." There ia nothings
better. ; ;
Rsamey & Jones.
JAS. S. BYRD,
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
IJfl^Office over Post-Oflice.
When placing your Insur
ance give me a call. I rep
resent a very strong line of
Insurance Companies, our
Agent for the largest
Insurance Co. I will ap
preciate a share of y ourbusi
ness. 1 can be found at my
oir.ce---Office No. a---over Bank of]
James T JVTIJVISs
TIMMOflS & COR LEY,
.Appointments at Trenton
Crown and Bridge Work a Special
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. ADAMS, ; .
J. H. BOUKNIGHT, T. H. RAINSFOB
J. M. COBB, B. S. HOLLAND,
A. 8. TOMPKINS, C. C. F?LLKR.
W. E. PBESCOTT.
J. C. SHEPPARD, President.
W. W. ADAMS, Vice-Prei'dent. h
E. J. M IMS, Cashier .
J. H. ALLEN, Ass't Cashier, j
Pays interest on deposits by special
Money to loan on' liberal term-.
Prompt and polite attention to' bus -
ness. - .
YOUR Account Solicited.