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WESDAY, MAR. 6, 1907.
1?re ard cceann of fun .in store
ll who attend the Operetta at
licitor George Bell Timmer
Iand his bride are .guests of
nd Mrs. A. E. Padgett this
|.aud Mrs. B. R. Tillman Jr.,
returned * to "Edgewood,"
spf riding several months in
lile the.flowers are blooming
the birds are singing and
Ig in Edgefield asevere bliz
?8 raging in the northwest.
is the time to arrange for
W. W. Adams,
|r a delightful stay in Greer
'here she was the gnest of
int, Mrs. Maxwell, Miss
Sheppard has returned to
D.D. McColl,'of Beonetts
[ontinues to make visits to
ild with recurri?g freqnen
Iof which mean something,
The Advertiser job office do
?rinting. Satisfaction guar
on every job sent out from
fe assortment of Colgate's
Soap. There is nothing
?reported that.a Columbia
laid an egg the other day.
ben neglecting their duties
jo club meetings and card
Geo. B. Harris, who is
jtly remembered in-Edge
account of former visits,
?e from Hendereonville,
Ito -speud- some time with
ighter, Mrs. Juo. R. Tomp
Its Wauted: I wish to buy
young hogs, weighing from
F. N. K. Bailey!
ie regular meeting of the
Board of Commissioners
jsday, Hon. B. E. Nicholson
3-eUotod county attorney.
lr. Jerome P. Timmerman
jeted clerk of the board.
!r 5 Star and Red seal shoes.
May & Tompkins.
Sunday school officers,
|ra.and those interested in
sohool work are invited
rged to attend the Sunday
institute to be beld'?t the
3t church on Friday.
; -received;.a large shipman I
I Trish Potatoes.
G. L. Penn & Son.
.-. ' *? . ?
P. M. Markeri, presiden t j
.'company that cwiis the
Coach stallion, was iu our
lon Monday. He bas bad
Celebrated horse brought to
ible of Messrs. B. L. Jones
to remain foi some ti mp.
Rev. MVP. Kelly, of Green
Iwill preach the anniversary
n before the Woman's Mis
Sboiety pf the Methodist
Ih on Sunday morning next,
large congregation greet and
j? Rev. Mr. Kelly on Suo
iqrning. He will also fill
IMr. Auld's pulpit on Sunday
[ESCRIPTIONS our special
resolicit ' your Prescriptions,
GUARANTEE pure drugs,
(rate compounding, and rea
ble prices. .
W. E. -LYNCH & CO.
ie interior of the Corner |
is being rapidly transform
?lo a Inrge and very beauti-^
mouquet. All of the new and
liar spring fabrics in ali of
Leiioate colors and ti uts aro
arriving. Until all of tb?-se
i arriv?} Mr. Turner is bold
special sale of uodermuslin.
ladies cannot afford to miss
opportuoity." See his adver-l
lent in our columns.
[am now dealing iu guano and
supply you with the best
rds on the market. Get iny
F, P. Blalock, jr,
?be admission tee to the Oper
at tue college will be the
?nm of 25 cents for adults
cents for students and
(dren. The proceeds will be
to purchase books for the
|artm*'nt of ?xpressioD and
?ic for the chorus class. After
?program is completed in the
?torinra refreshments will be
fed in the coi leg- di mug room.
irg* assortment of beautiful
>roidery and Laces just re
J. W. Peak.
'e waut everybody to .try a
iQ/Q-f our }2? cents Gwen
G. L. Peu ii. & Son.
supply of blank deeds, mcrt
?8 of rpal pstate, and cbaftle
rtgages j'ist. received at this
r?-sh':shipment of Cakes - and
All yo folks who have'preni
tory symptoms of chrysanthemum
fever, wh^nyou develop a genuine
case, let Mr. R. H. Minos order
your chrysauthemumB from
Berckmau's Dursery. His plants
are strong aud vigorous aud al
ways come true to name.
Af tor some weeks of: vexatious
delay we have succeeded in get
ting a car of nails and barked
wire. Try us.
W. W. Adams.
The Butler Lodge, I. 0. 0. F.,
which continues to grow aud
prouper in Edgetield, recently pent
two of its members, Mr. A. A.
Glover and Dr. A. H. Oorley, to
attend a meeting of the 'district
lodge which was held in Grant
ville. The . occasion according to
the report of these gentleman, was
an exceedingly pleasant one
FOR SALE : One thousand feet
of pine lumber at the Strother
place. Will deliver it in Edgefield,
if desired. Apply to
A. H. Cori ey.
WI ile the musical burlesque
will be the principal feature of
the entertainment at the college
on Friday evening, the program
will be vaiied iu character and
will amuse and entertain all ages
rjf fun-loving folks. The Operetta
strone is worth more than the
price of admission.
Mr. J. W- Peak aunouuces his
readiness for the ear!y shoppers,
iud is~ ojfferjng some especially
ow prices on new lines of spri.ug
joods. He iuyifps the ladie3 tb see
lia fresh, arrivals in white -goods,
beautiful mercerized goods and
?tylieh waist materials. Those of
he most exacting and fastidious
aate eau be suited at. Mr-, Peak's
md, what is better, the prices ?re
The friend who ..borrowed my
'.attie Dehorners aud wire Btretch
6, will please coutin'.ie friendly
iud return Bame to me at once.
' WrW. Adams."
Mr. C. E. May, the manager of
he lyceum coUrs?, has requested
is to state that the dates for hoid
rig the other two attractions have
>eeu poedpoued. One will be held
>u the 28th of March and the last
ittraction of the season will be
;iveu iu April. It is well that the
lates bavo been changed, for it'is
irobable that' the weather will be
nore pleasant iu the early spritg.
rhese attractions will be .strictly
Dr. W. E. Hatchei will arrive
n Edgefield from Riebmond on.
Saturday and will begin the se
ieB of revival services at the Bip
ist church, on Sunday morning,
'he members of the other church
s of the town and. vicinity and
he public generally are very cor
dially invited to attend these ser
ices. May great good come to the
utire-community through tteml
I very cordially invite the
adies to see my new stock of
iueu and lawu roady-to-wear
waists, ranging iu price from 75
outs to $5.00. Ihey ara very
le.autiful. . .
_ J. Rubensteiu.
? ' ? l_ -- -. -- - - . --o
cook-room of Edgefield is'a "rack
et" or 'Tow," BO. it will be a relief
to go ' td the college ou Friday
evening and see the "frolic ' in
the cooking class. Instead of a
dirty, greasy, thick-lipped, flat
ncsed, ill-natured,- idiotic cook iu
the cook-room at the college, you
will see a class' of beautiful,
bright, happy, romping, rollicking
girls.who are learning the culina
ry art. This musical burlesque
will be very rica from the opening
scene to the close.: ' .'. "
Gen. T. W. Carwile, traveling
representative of.-tba celebrated
Swift Fertilizer Works, has com
pleted his work for this season
and will be at home continuously
till the latter part of August. Gen.
Carwile, whose opinion on matters
pertaining to fertilizers' is of.far
more value thau that of the aver
age citizeu, entertains th- belief
that the quautity of fertilizers
used in South Carolina this year
will equal that, of last year, the.
record-breaking year. 'He Las
traveled extensively aud is.in. a,
position to form a correct esti
Fresh Buckwheat and Georgia
G. L. Penn & Sou.
Bargains in Winter Goode : We
are making- reduced prices on all.
Wint?r Gords, andean eave, you
J. W. Peak.
Tbe Mitchell and Owensboro
wagons have been struck by stqrm
aud sunshine but are still ip the
road, and they always will be.
EPQE?TOO.MERCANTILE Op. .
A Boston s
weak and sickly.
Hi? ann? we
lie didn*t haye a . st
the family for thii*
To feel tha
would think he was
>Pepdibg several weeks at
w the Mering Sireet
sectionT^S^ , * butrD has re
turned to herj?SL?1, the CoTer
Store. Her frierjd>^ve eagerly
looked forward to h?rmHrD*
Miss Clara Boyd united w^cWr
the MethndiRt church on Sunday
morning laBt by letter. This young
lady bas not ooly b?nn a favorite
in the social world since she came
to Edgefield but her influence has
been a tell'ng factor in the reli
gious life of the community.
Mrs. G. D. Mime, accompanied
by her little daughter, has return
ed from a delightful stay of sever
al weeks at her home in the coun
try. Mr. MimB brought them up
on Saturday and remained until
Those who have been using i
Cerealite Top Dressing continue
buying it in preference to other
. W. W. Adams.
Messrs. B. L. Jones & Son have
UPt received auother large ehjp
nenr. ot mules and horses. Those) j
vho ara in need of good stock
ihould call at once and see what
hey are offering. They can- supply
rou with mules and horses for
arm use or with high-class hors38
or driving purposes. Having had J
arge experience, these gentlemen .j
.now how to buy to advantage, j
tfe direct attention to their ad- li
ertisement which appntira else
where, in this issue.
Buy yourvuext suit of clothes
rdm<Ufl and save money. o
May & Tompkins. *
Many a woman, says an ex- T.
bange, goes out shopping dressed G
n a silk dress and enveloped in a
erfuraes whose hard working o
usbaud hasn't had a new suit of G
lothes.or a decent meal in five a
ears.-Yep, and m;8ny...a loafer jf
tanda on the street with a strong a
melling pipe in his face, his Y
ink full of "booze." and his u
louth full of profanity, whose rx
ard working wife hasn't bad a Ij
ew dress or. a kind word since s(
be wan married. Have you ever d
'itneeVd this inconsistency? . |A
lu response to an appeal that tc
ras recently sent out by Dr. W. rr
1 Jacobs, of the Thornwell Or- tc
fcanace, Mr. C. A:. Griffin, as has
een his wont in the past, raised
25.00 by -personal subscription
ar the benefit of the orphans at
Hinton. Upon receipt of this sum, 0
)r. Jacobs wrote Mr. Griffin a e(
ery. beautiful aud appreciative 2,1
?tter, in which he stated that they .
ave 275 children in -the orphan- '8
gfi and that $25,000 must be J
aised each year for their support. c
rod speed this great and good
ian in tbis'noble work !
Try my "Cresta" Coffee. Five &
ounds ..in air-tight bucket for ?
1.00 " " ' 81
P. P. Blaiock, Jr. ai
Mr. W. L. Holston, the obliging o\
nd efficient public.cotton weigh- O
ri has informed The Advertiser's tt
jpresentative that . he weighed tc
,465 bales of cot'on to March the tt
rst. The Be figu res do uot include fa
producers to .factors in Augusta j
and elsewhere. The entire receipts
for the local market will barely
reach 7,000 bales for this seasou
which is considerably less tbao
last season. "
. Well Bred Dogs For Sale: Four
well bred hound pups, three and.
five mouths old, $10 and $15 per]
pair, reBpectivel} ] also several
well bred, thoroughly trained old
hounds, $10 to $25 each:
JJ. R. Rruuson, Jr,
, ' Cieora, S. C.
, The Columbia correspondent to
the Augusta Chronicle has the
following to say of Solicitor Tim
merman's work during the recent
term of court in Columbia:
4>Sol icitor Timmeimau bas
worked very hard at this term and
hris done his share of the duties|
imposed on bim. Though a young
mau, without much experience at
the Bar when he came to this
office, he has developed into an
excellent .prosecuting officer and
has made au excellent impression
not ODly in Richland but in other
counties in this circuit."
FOR SALE : Brand new Wer
uicke Book Case at a Bargain.
Apply at this office.
EggB For'Sale: Why not raise
fine chickens? I can supply you
with eggs-13 for $1.00. I raise
Barred Plymouth Rocks only, and
have none but the purest breed.
Your orders solicited.
J. P. Bates
Our leather seat Rookers are the
talk of the towu. If you want one
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
choolboy was tall,
re soft and flabby,
rang muscle in bis
I who had attended
y years prescribed
t boy's arm you 4?
; apprenticed to a
BOC. AND $1.00. jfr
Sal Death at Johnston.
Just before closing our1 forms
this (Tupsday) afternoon the sad
tidingsjbf the death of Mrs. Ella
MobleyjLaGrone, beloved wife of
DrJQ?\>. LaGtone, have reachod
W&For romo days she had be^n
at death's door, her children hav
ing been summoned to her bedside
a week ago. This good Christian
woman lived for others, spent her
life making others happy, and
now she has gone to her eternal
rest. Mrs. LaGrone was the moth
ar of Mrs. James E. Hart, to
ffhom tbe people of Edgpfield ex
end deepest sympathy.
"A Frolic in the Cooking Clase."
Cast of Characters:
Mrs. Strong, conducting cook
ng class, Elle'u Duuovant.
Clara, her daughter, Clara Frier
Pupils of the Cooking Class:
Hedwig, Lillie Mae Bailey.
Madelon, Grace Frier.
Miss Raisin, Housekeeper, An
lie Laurie Attaway.
Delia, an advanced student,
. Jane, kitchen maid, Nadeen
Susie, country girl, Lura Mime.
Chorus of Servauts:
Tibbie Padgett," Lila Fuller,
jizziplou Jones, Essie McKuight,
jiiis Cain, Maggie Shaffer, Nan
lilette, Edwardina Blalock, Sal
Dr. G wal tn ey Will Attend. .
As a member of the committee
;i program, which is charged with
rranging for the centennial ses
i?n of the Edgefi-dd Association,
.r. C. E Burts wrote to Dr.
Iwaltney, urging him to attend
nd rpquot-t'ug that he fi 1 a place
n the program. In rrply, Dr.
rwalti-ey bas 6tated that he will
ttend and bas chosen for bis sub
'Ct "Tbe Edgpfield Association,
s I have known it for Fifty
'ears.'1 Ti>e coming of Dr. Gwalt
ey, than whom no living man is
lore universally or more gen ai oe
t beloved iu-Edgpfield, will be a
)urce of pleasant auticipatiou
unng the coming mouths. The
dvertiser serves notice on him
lat he need not corn') expecting
) make A shorter stay thau a
louth, fi; it will take that long
i visit all of bis Edgefield friends.
ormer Edgef ieldian Died in Tessas
Many relatives in this county
f Dr. B. F. Ouzts will be eadden
1 to learn of his death which oc
?rred at his home in Kosse,
exa8, on the 18th of February
ist. More than 68 years ago the
.?ceased was born near Kirksey,
>rmerly in Edgp.oeld couuty. In
ie sixties ho volunteered his ser
ices to his country along with
la?y other brave men of that
(ctiou and fought gallantly with
ie army of Virginia until'Lee
irrendered. He then came home
Dd, after completing his medir
il education, sought his fortune
r the frontier of Texas. Dr.
uzts was among the founders of
ie town of Kosse. being the first
i open a mercantile business at
lat piace. Notwithstanding the
.Ct thnt manv^Qf ?fr
fved in log buts covered
with bear Bkine, they always paid
Dr. Ouzts for his professional ser
vices. He amassed a considerable
fortuue and was greatly honored
and esteemed by the people of his
adopted home. Dr. Ouzts was a
member of the Baptist church,
and having been a true and loyal
Mason for mauy years his re
mains were interred by his breth
ren of that Order.
The Chrysanthemum Association
Reorganized-List of Contests.
A goodly number of ladies as
sembled at the hi me of Mrs. W.
B. Cogburn on Friday afternoon
last and re-orgauized the Chry
santhemum association. The fol
lowing officers who served last
year were re-elected : Mrs. W. B.
Cogburn, president; Miss Grace
Tompkins, secretary, and Mrs. M.
A. Taylor, treasurer. The names
that were already on the roll were
continued as members, and tbe
ladies throughout the town and
couoty who are not members are
invited and urged to join. No
initiation fee is charged. Any one
san become a member by simply
sending her name to the secretary
The ladies of the association
have decided upon the following
exhibits or contests :
Exhibit 1. Collection of 12 of
the finest of any variety.
Exhibit 2. Collection of 5 of the
Suest white, assorted varieties,
Exhibit 3.. Finest single white.
Exhibit 4- Finest single pink.
Exhibit 5. Finest single yellow.
Exhibit ^Finest single red.
Exhibit 7. FineBt single bronze.
Exhibits. Finest collect iou of
Exhibit 9. Finest collection of
Exhibit JO. Finest collection if
Exhibit .31 Finest collection of
Exbil it 12. Greatest number nf
ine ouos on on? plant.
Exhioitl3. Prettiest design.
Th.) list uf prizes will be au
jounc d lat^r In the firnt aud
second contests very valuable
mz?s, consisting OL high grade
'eriiliz'-rs, will be awarded.
Gem-ral T. W. Carwile, repre
56.it ing th- iSw:f!. Fertilizer Works,
vii donate fertilizers through
Ur. W. \V. Adams, th^ir local
igpiit. Several other companies
viii als;) donate fertilisers through
Vir. A. E. Padgett, president of
he Edgefield Mercantile Compa-.
The. ladies have firmly resolved
,. make the Ftiir ol' 1907 a greater'
suce-SB than lhat of 1906. Help
bein in every possible way to
;reate interest and euthuBiasm.
Ph? proceeds from th^ Fair will
ig iii, be used to improve the vil
est, best flav
ROYAL BAKING POV
FOR SALE! Seventy acr^s of
and, well located on the public
oad between Edgefield C. H , and
Augusta, near Roper's Croea
loads. * Apply to
Mrs. C. J. Hardisly,
Edgefield Public, Attention!
I will, from thia time on, have
or sale, either at my Trenton
tome, or at m\ plantation, all
iuds and grades of mules, horses,
/agous, ca-riagee, buggies, carts,
addles, blankets, harness; also
ne young jack. ?
If- you wish anything iii this,
mte me, or como to see me. I
?ave no rent to pay. My expenses
rill be light, therefor? my prices
rill be right. For straight sale,
rill sell very close; or will ex
bange for cattle.
W. J. Gaines,
Trenton, S. C.
lone? For Soldiers o? The Mexi
can And Civil Wars.
Editor Advertiser :-Please give
otic<< through your columns that
uy person who served ninety
ays or more in the military or
aval service of the United States
uriug the late civil war, or sixty
aye in the war with Mexico, and
'ho has been honorably diB
barged therefrom, and who has
Bached the age bf sixty-two years
r over, ie entitled to receive a
t^fliQfbu^uf1 ' per month 01
more in accordance with age, pro
vided that no person can receive
a pension nnder any other law at
the same time. This does not apph
to widows and 'children nor to
Confederate soldiers nor to Indian
war soldiers. Farther information
if necessary, will be furnished by
- J. 0. Pattereon.
Washington, D. C.
Letter to M. A. Taylor.
Edgefield, ?. Q.
DearSiri If you could get the ex
clusive sale of coal that would give
double heat and cost no more, you'd
jump at it, wouldn't you.
You'd control the trade for a hun
Devoe is like that among paints; a
short ton is as good as. a long one of
any paint you can name; a gallon is
worth more than two of many a porn
Suppose you have painted your
house about once in three years ever
sinoe it was new; you buy the same
number of gallons Devoe, have a
third of it left, and it wears six years.
$1.75 a gallon for paint; $3.50a gal
lon for putting it on ; you saved 5 gal
lons: 26.25 on this job. But you save
the whole job of thiet years hence:
about 75. Put 'em together: 100.
Can't reckon so accurately as that:
but you see how it goes. Paint isn't
alike any more than coal. How much
more is coal worth than % slate?
F W DEVORE & CO.
Edgefield Mercantile Co.
If you waut the finest F*lt Mat
tress made, let us 6ell you a "Rex"
or a "Dexter." There is nothing
Rsamey & Jones.
We have inaugurated a i
Do not wait ti'
W H.. TUT
. I "-?
/DER CO., NEW YORK.
Trustees of the Public Schools
of E.dgefield County are hereby
requested to excuse their teachers
from school duties OD the 22ud of
March to attend meeting of Coun
ty Teachers' Association. It is
earnestly desired that every
teacher in the county shall be
present at 1 his meeting. Enter
tainment will be furnished all
7,'ho attend aod every one will be
expected to stay for the night ses
W. J). Holland,
Lost and Found.
Lost, between 9:30 p. m., yes
terday and noon to-day, a billious
attack, with nausea and sick head
ache. This loss was occasioned by
finding at G. L. Penn & Son andi
W. E. Lynch & Co's drug store a
box of Dr. King's New Life Pills
the guaranteed cure for billious
Dess, malaria and jaundic?. :^5c.
Do your lamps smoko? Try the
People's Oil. We handle it.
G. L. Penn & Son.
Spectacles made up to suit your
particular need at lowest possible
Edgefield, S. C
RUBBER TIRES: I have a
machine for resetting your old
tires or putting on new ones,
Best rubber tires carried in Btock,
All work guaranteed.
W. H. Powell.
We always carry complete as
sortment of fresh drugs and give
especial attention to all prescrip
tions sent us. A share of your
sent us. A share
Spring Goods: Fresh arrivals
in Madras, Mercerized Waistiugs,
Gingham, etc We invite the
ladies to see them.
J. W. Peak.
If you want good insurance
cheap--at actual cost-let me
write you a policy iu the Southern
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
Edgefield Mercantile Companyj
TO WORTHY YOUNG PEOPLE
We earnestly request all young persons, no matter
how limited their means or education, who wish to
obtain a thorough business training and good posi
tion, to write by first mail for our great half-rate
ofter. Success, independenceand probable fortune
are guaranteed. Don't delay. Write today.
Tbe Ca.-Ala. Business College, Ka con, Ga.
?g atm ?I MI iiHirum ? iiiiTinaranrinjT
Special Sale of the celebrated
and while the goods last they
will be sold at prices lower
than ever before heard of.
An inspection will convince
you of this fact.
We invite the ladies to call
and supply their needse At the
prices we have made on this
Beautiful Undermuslin it will
*paythem to anticipate their
needs. The quality of the
material is excellent and the
workmanship is first-class in
li it is too late
A Humane Appeal.
A humane citizen of Richmond,
Ind., Mr. U D Williams, 107
West Main St., says : "I appeal to
all persons with weak lungs to
take Dr. King's New Discovery,
the only remedy that has helped
me and fully comes up to the pro
prietor's recommendation." It
saves more lives than all other
throat and lung remedies- put to
gether. Used as a cough and sold
cure the world over. Cures asth
ma, bronchitis, croup, whooping
cough, quinsy, hoarseness and
phthisic, stops hemorrhages of the
lungs and builds them up. Guar
anteed 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle
free. G. L. Penn & Son W. E.
Lynch & Co.
Health in the Canal Zone.
The high wages paid make it a
mighty temptation to our young
artisans to join the force of skill
ed workmen needed to construct
the Panama Canal. Many .are res
trained however by the fear of
fevers and malaria. It is the
knowing ones-those who have
used Electric Bitters, who go there
without this fear, well knowing
they are safe from malarious in
fluence with Electric Bitters on
hand. Cures blood poison too,
bilhousness, weakness and all
stomach, liver and kidney troub
les. Guaranteed. 50c. ' G. L. Penn
& Son W. E. Lynch & Co.
We have just received a beauti
ful lot of fancy crockery, consist
ing of 2 and 4 piece sugar and
cream sets, water sets, cups and
saucers, etc. We offer at prices
lower than same can be bought at
Edgefield Mercantile Co.
My 5 and 10 ce?ts counters are
filled with many useful articles.
Especial values in Enameled
R. T. Scurry.
Try our "Lord Caspar" Cigar.
Best 5c smoke on the market.
Ful 1 stock of shoes and rubbers.
If yon want the best give us a
May & Tompkins.
Art squares in all colors and
sizes $3 00 to $10.00. These are
bargains that you cannot afford
ETJGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
Dr. Tompkins, Jule Holstein,
Dr. Joues and others are sleeping
on National springs. Why don't
Sdgefield Mercantile Company.
Beautiful Rugs and Art Squares
all sizes and attractive designs.
Ramsey & Jones.
are daily arriving. AH earlj
give you an opportunity of g
of the season. We are espec
Mercerized Madras and fine mi
line of P. Dimities, Lawns ?
in all of the fine Mercerized
Dress Good's in all of tho lat
of Bleached Homespun, Lonee
Clotn, Val Lace, Torchon Lat
broidery. Everything at
Our goods were all bought
vanees and we can sell them a
low. Just received full line of
J? wVe> I
of our Merchant Tailoring, D
charge of a SPECIAL REP
makers of the Best there is in
Over 500 Suitings, Trouserings ?
for your insjection. Orders taker
M-asures taken Scientifically.
MAY & T
& Fertilizer O
P. & E.
A. D. Bc
. Augusta '.
Acid of 1
These goods are how in wa
Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy-.
JL Guaranteed Cure.
If you sufTer from Dyspepsia cr In
digestion in any form, gas, belching,
bitter taste, offensive breath, dizzy
spells, sour stomach, heart flutter, na u
sea; gastritis, loathing of" food, pain9
or swelling in the stomach, back or
side, deep-seated kidney or liver
trouble, the:, they will disappear iira
short time after taking Tyner's Dys.
pepsia Remedy, made especially to
cure Dyspepsia, Indigestion and all
stomach troubles, even of the worst
cases. Vyners Dyspepsia Remedy
expels the gasses .and sweetens the
breath. It cures #ick Headache, Colic
and Constipation at once. Druggists
or by express 50c a bottle. Money re
funded if it rails to cure. Medical ad
vice and circular free by writing to
Tyner Remedy ?0., Augusta, Ga.
Ti M MO fis & CORLEY,
Appointments at Trenton
Crown and Bridge Work a Special
We solicit your prescrip
tion business. Utmost care is
exercised, in compounding
prescriptions and only pure,
fresh drugs are used. Our
prices are very reasonable.
G. L. PENN & SON.
Large assortment of beautiful
Glassware and China of all kinda
at very reasonable prices. I invite
the ladies to call.
R. T. Scurry.
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
State and County Deposito
J. C. SHEPPARD,
J. H. BOUKNIGHT, T. H. RAlW?bll; T
J. M. COBB, B. S. HOLLAND, I
A. S.'TOMPKINS, C. C.FULIFB
VT. E. l'BESCOTT.
J. C. SHEPPARD, President.
W. W. ADAMS, Vice-Preident.
E. J. MIMS, Cashier
J. H. ALLEN, Ass't Cashier.
Pays interest on deposits by special
Money to loan on liberal terms.
Prompt and polite attention to bua
YOUR Account Solicited
r inspection and seft!?2?,
ettiug the most up-to-date^
ially strong in White Goods
ater?ais for waists. Also'a full
md Linen Suitings.
Ginghams. Great display of
est weaves. Very large stock
iale Cambric, Nainsook, Long
ce, Cambric and Swiss Em
before the peveral recent ad
t. prizes that are astonishingly
Men's and Boys Spring suits.
be the formal
epaf tment which will be in
RESENTATIVE of the
Tailoring. Cincinnati, Ohio.
h and 9th.
ind Overcoatings will be on display
1 for immediate or future delivery
irehouse ready for delivery.