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-Woman's Christian Tern
ie Union yr:A\ meet on Mon
ternoon next at 4 o'clock at
eaby terian church.
J. R. Powell, a veiy. sub
.1.citizen of Ridge Spring,
Sunday in Edgdfie'd with
.thor,. Mr. W. H. Powell.
-hens and roosters cackle
ItaVal these days bu*, eggs
I decline in price. They seem
readily at 20 c-^uts on this
[our 10 c^nts Salmon.
G. L. Peun & Son .
ohn Fitznttauri2e? who is
[the leadiug dry goods mer
|of Columbia, spoilt Suu
)dg-field with his daugh
ter. James S. Byrd.
ow in Wisconsin is sixiy
8 of age and boasts that
never kissed a womau.
ow 1 We wonder what he
>n Jiving for all these
E. May has thu s far been
)py iu his selections for
om course, and be has
trance that th? enter
on Wednesday evening,
will even excel those f jr
?ALE : Brand new Wer
jok Case at a Bargain,
le the inclement weather
[Mrs. P. C. Steveus came
Jobnstou to bear Dr.
preach on Sunday, being
Mr. audMrs. W. E. Lott
our outbuildings insured.
F. Long recently lost a
by fire. It was burned
'clock in the morning.
the building and con
)f. Long's loss was about
rh ich be carried iosur
ie amount of $150.
L. B. and N. M. Jones
Eg extensive repairs made
tel building that was oo
r a number of years by
Scurry. It is their pur
lt the building in a first
issue we publish a proc
from Governor AuBel in
offers a reward of $50
rr?st of Joe Thurmond
".derously assaulted Mr.
eopard at Trenton on the
March the otb,
irs Misses Lace Striped
i?k only, worth UD to 25
?pair, on sale Thursday,
Lad Saturday at only 10
pair for cash only.
5?RIPTIONS our special
ilicit your Prescriptions,
UAR ANTEE pure drugs,
compounding, and rear
E. LYNCH & CO.
said that Columbia has
Iven - babies under teu
old. Judging from the
inent visits of the Stork
ie past months, Edgefield
jost measure up to the
li ty iu tb is respect.
low dealing iu guano and
?ly you with the best
|on the market. Get my
P. P. Blalock, Jr.
rank Jones arrived in
on Sunday from Chioa
? he has.ju8t completed
d year at the leading
Iry college of that city,
as one more year before
the full course but will
me his studies, before ear
SALE: Imperial Pekin
|gs-13 eggs for $1.00;
[me choice prize-winning
ithemum8 at 50 cents per
Asa G. Broadwater.
mt P. H. Mell of Clem
illegy ha* requested The
ser to state that, owing to
preparations for 200 ad
students, the Farmers'
te at the college will have
suspended this summer,
jstitute work through the
iwe.ver, be enlarged.
|8y, the photographer who
2*4,000 stamp uhotos in
?Id the mooth before Christ?
ll leturn to Edgefield for
|ays stay oomra?uoiug Wed
March 20th. Call early as
(lively will uot remain long.
the time stated. Stamp
|2 dozen for 25 cents. Large
!'6Tor $1.50 aud 6 for $2.50
take our word for it, but
md and see if our state
true when - w,e say we can
mon' yon clothing, shoes
$?.y & Tomptpus,
3vi val services that have
find jct d io th' Ba i tit
^during tb* past tqn days
av. Dr W, E. Haloher
F??sday night. This vener
^saintly servant of God
red faithfully from the
8 rvio\ and hi3. efforts
jeep* abundantly blessed,
-three hav-* already united
eic lurch and others will yat
lauy professing Christians
through Dr Hatcher's
-rjg/beert gm a (ly strength
d have renewed their
i with God.
\? 4%: Tojo many young people de'p
on'tueir". fat he?'?> money, carr}
' tb em. through, this world,
. their mother's prayers fi;
. everything a'l right for the n<
) Dr. Albert Morrall, ace
> ni?d by his accomplished dal
i ter, Mits Mamie Morrall, bas t
> the guest of Capt. and MrE
' M. Rice for several days.
? Morrall liv?s in Kansas but is
. journing for' a season with r
fives i'u South Carolina, his na
We want everybody to tr
pound of our 12? cents Gr(
G. L. Penn & Son
The Parland-Newhall Compi
proved to be excellent, all-roi
musicians; and were reooived
the big audience with every e
deuce of approbation. It was <
of the best entertainments gn
ou the course for 6oroa time
Providence (R. I.) Journal.
Corner Store's Specials :
10 pieces Silk Finished Cali
.worth 7h cents per yard, ou 8
Thursday, Friday and Saturo1
at 5 centB (limited) for cash on
Dr. E. C. S.Mith, who is as st
wart and strong and generous
of yore, spent Sunday in Edgefiel
He haB many - warm person
friends in our town who alwa
greet him most cordially. Whi
here Dr. Smith was the guest
Mr. B. B. Jones.
Safety razors are increasing i
favor, becomiugnow very genera
ly used. We heard a man say tb
one reason he prefers a eafe
razor to the ordinary kiud is b
cause his wife-, cannot use it
trim her corns. For the sake
peace in the household his nan
Besides being a florist of extr
ordinary Bkill, Mrs. James J
Tompkins is the champion lerne
grower. She brought a lemon
the Advertiser office a few da;
ago that weighed a pound and
quarter. Having forgotten tl
name, we will call it the UD. ]
Self-Pierce Stevens" variety.
We can supply your needs i
Paiut, Oil, Paiut Brushes au
G. L. Penn & Son.
The meeting of the Teacher
Association of Edgefi-dd cou ni
will be held at. the college on Fr
day next On Friday eveuiug Pro
W. H. Hand of the South Carol
na collage' will deliver au addres
to which tbe public generally
invited, and urged to a'tend. Pro
Haud is one of the foremost edi
cators iu the south, and to net
him speak on this occasion wi
be a rare privilege.
Fresh shipment of Nunnally
Candies just received by expr?s
G. L. Penn & Son.
Another ton of fertilizers ha
been donated to the Chrysanthe
mum Association. Through thei
local representatives, Messrf
Jones & Soivthe Southern State
Phosphate aud F?rtil?ZHI Comps
nv of Augusta has very generousl
placfd a ton of high-grade f?rtil i
zers at the disposal of these lad ie
to be used as premiums. Tb
brand which they have donate<
will sell anywhere for $25 per toi
spot caph. No one can say tba
manufacturers of fertilizers -ar
not generous and public spirited
Insure your cotton, corn am
other crops with tbe Carolin;
Hail Insurance Company. It ha
proven satisfactory to all hereto
fore. See agent at Edgefield oi
W. L. Holderby.
In his advertisement in anothe
column Mr. W. H. Turner calli
attention to his beautiful milli
nery goods. On Monday next, th
25tft inst, he will place som<
lovely creations ou* sale at as
tonishingly low prices. Beginuini
ou Monday, he will sell ladies
hats for $5.00 that are worth fron
$8.00 to $12 00. Go to the Come
Store early on Monday next, fo
this is the greatest opportunity
you will have this season-eigh
to twelve-dollar hats for $5.
As oue drives through the coun
try, evidences of corn plantinj
after the Williamsou method cai
be seen. Great high, wide bed;
have been thrown up with two
. horse plows, and everything i? ic
readiness to plant the corn in fin
deep water-furrow at the propel
time. We trust that the farmeri
will have as much corn to se!
next year as they are buying thii
The Rushville (Ind.) Republ?
can has the following to say o
the Parland-Newhall Companj
which' will give an entertainment
in the opera house on Wednesdaj
"Not only are the mer artisti
on the brass instruments, but they
are good vooalists, ball ringer*
and comedians as well. The pro
gram was most pleasing. Then
was not a sivgle number that wae
not encored, and sometimes the
artists were recaped three and
' four times."
We have a liue of Men's $2.50,
$3 00 and $4.00 shoes that we ex
peat to cut out aud h ya put them
out at 12 5,0 per pair for the next
The Correp Stare.
Shorters, Slippers: 100 pairs of
La I'eg1 and Misses,' Slippers,
worth up to $2.50 going at $1.10
per j a:r the n jxt 5 days.
The Corner Store.
Sp'ctaolei made ap to suit your
particular need at lowest possible
Get. F Mi mp,
Ed?efield, S. C.
The friend who borrowed my
cattle Deboruersaud wire stretch
es, will please continua friendly
and returq same to me at once.
W, W.; Adams.^
H8s3&': - 7.. .'
^ . ;-- ??. ; .? ,
,:. In man7 places concrete
; cement/ blocks! are supplant!':
bricks for building pu rposes. "V
; call to mind several small tow
iu whicb'plnnts for manufactu
ing these blocks have l een e
taolishod. Why would not sue
ah enterp-ise pay in Edgefieh
All of the necessary material e.
cept tho cement is available
almost unlimited quantities.
Just received delightful ROSE
I ed Coffee, 15 to 25 cents per pouui
Mr. J. J. Langley, one of tl
best citizens in the county, is no
writing insurance in the Soutb.6i
Mutual Life Insurance Associa
tion, the same company that M
J. H. May represents Mr. Lanj
ley's territory is confined chief]
to the northeastern portion of tb
country. Tbose of the Rshobot
and Plum Branch sections wb
would like to have a policy i
this excellent company should se
Mr. Langley at once.
FOR SALE : Two Rad Pol
Milch Cows; also one Short Hor
male Calf four months old.
E. W. Samuel.
Gen.T. W. Carwile bas appoint
ed Miss Emma Louise Ehrlich, o
Columbia, as sponsor for thi
South Carolina Division of Con
federate Veterans. Miss Sarai
Lyles has been chosen by the fai
3pousor as her maid of honor
The annual reuuion will be heh
in Riohmond from May 30th ti
Now is the tinn to arrange fo
W. W. Adams.
Thy Advertiser is requested tc
aunounce that the young men whe
are interested in the organizatioi
of a military company in Edge
field will meet iu the opera hous<
on Friday eveuing at 8 o'clock. A
Urge attendance is desired. The
success of the undertake.g wih
depend largely upon toe intered
that is manifested at this initial
We soli the Celebrated Ingersoll
Watches. Come in to see them.
G. L. Peuu & Son.
A program that will consist oj
high-class vocal and instrumental
music, interspersed with delight
ful humorous selections, is iu
many respects an ideal program,
Such will bo ihe character of the
fourth lyceum attractiou that will
be given in the opera housa on
Wednesday evening next by the
FOR SALE : Three Good Cheap
Mules. Apply to
W. E. Eubanks,
Cleora, S. C.
The unsatisfactory quality of
the oil that is beiug furnished by
the Standard Oil Company is
causing people to cast about for
substitutes. The supply of pine
knots having become exhausted,
gaB and electricity are about the
only competitors of keroseue Mr.
J. H. Reel is having au up-to-date
acetylene gas piaut installed for
lighting his residence in our west
ern suburbs. Along with the gas
system he is putting iu a water
system to supply water to every
part of the bouse. Mr. W. J.
Hatcher of Johnston ?B having the
Eggs For Sale: Why not raise
fine chickens? I can supply you
with eggs-13 for $1.00. I raise
Barred Plymouth Rocks ouly, and
have noue but the purest breed.
Your orders solicited.
J. P. Bates.
The Alkahest Lyceum has never
sent out an attraction that has
been morn favorably received than
the Parlar-' Newhall Company,
which the t :e of our town will
have the ~ ^rtuuity of hearing
on WeduoBuay evening of next
week. This popular company is
composed of four youug men who
are very talented musiciaus, as
well as teing comedians of a high
order. These versatile young art
ists traveled in thirty-eight states
during the seasous ot 1905 and
1906, and were well received
wherever they have beeu.
Those who have been using
Cerealite Top Dressing continue
buying it in preference to other
W. W. Adams.
The bauks of . Edeefi.ild are
beiug inconvenienced by a silver
famine. They have great bundles
of greenbacks and bags of gold,
but these will not suffice when
small change is needed. A short
age of silver, especially at this
season of the year, is rather un^
usual. Silver is scarce and in
great demand wheu the cotton
picking season is at its height,
but why the ooins that are most
used Bhould be withdrawn from
the ordinary channels of trade at
this season oaunot b9 explained.
This happens to be one time when
newspaper men and the banks are
somewhat alike-both need silv<-r
in their busings..
The announcement that Capt.
S. M. Rice is to leave Edgefield
will be received with great sur
prj e and regret by his frieuds.
For ten years, he has heen a resi
dent of oqr towu, and during that
'aug period has without inter
ruption served the Edgefield
branch of the Southern railroad
as couduotor. Through fair weatb-.
er and foul, sunnhine and storm,
he ha? always been at his post.
Capt. Rice leaves this webk to
become conductor ou the main
line between Augusta and Colum
bia. We are pleased to announce,
however, that Mrs- Rice and the
children will remain in Edgefield
through th? summer.
Beau-iful Russ and Art Squares
all size3 and attract.ve designs.
Ramsey & Jonep.
V---: . . V ' " "V .
3sft Gara?-^>v'--o :?-.i's-? uv'irv.?.-*-> \r,
lt does not contain
phatic acid (which is
digested in sulphur*
(which ls one-third
king powders becaus
From a number of sections re
ports reach us to the effect that
the grain is lookiug exceptionally
fine. This can probably be ac
counted for in part by the fact that
farmers fertilize their wheat and
oats more heavily now than for
merly. Besides fertilizing it when
sown, some apply a top dreeeiug
at th is season. There seems to be
an unusual demaud foi .cerealite
this year, it being wantod as a top
dressing. Those who*have applied
cerealite year after year have ob
tained very satisfactory results.
FOR SALE : One thousand feet
of pine lurcher at the Strother
pince. Will-'.'deliverit iu Edgefield,
if desired. Apply to
A. H. Corley.
As spring approaches the dry
goods stores of our town are being
rapidly transformed. The sombre,
sober, subdued colors of winter are
giving place to the bright and at
tractive oolor3 of spring. In the
quality and varied assortment of
merchandise, the stores of Edge
field lead those of any other town
of like size in the state. Why need
i he ladies,go elsewhere to shop?
Some have the mistaken uotir-n
that it is a mark of distinction to
bo. clad iu garments that eome
from a catalog house or some other
We always carry complete as
sortment of fresh drugs and gm
especial attention to all prescrip
tions sent us. A share of yout
Large assortment of beautiful
Embroidery and Laces just re
J. W. Peak.
A Dutchman addressing bis dog
said: uYotr Vas only a dog, but 1
vish I vas you, when you go mit
your bed iu you shust turu round
dree dimes and Jay down; ven I
go mit the bed iu I have to lock
up de blace, aud wind up the
clock put the cat out, and oudress
myself aud my frou vakes up and
scolds, den de baby vakes up and
cries and I fealf to valk. him mid
de house round, den may be ven I
get myself to bed it is limo to gel
up again. Von you get up, you
shust stretch yourself, dig your
ueckaleedle and you vas np. 1
haf to light de fire, put on de
kiddle, 6crr.p some mit my vife
already aud get myself breakfast.
You play arouud all day and he I
plenty of fun. I haf to work all
day aud haf blouty of drubbie.
Veu you die you /as dead: ven I
die I haf to go to hell yet."
Just received a large shipment
of shoes. Soe them before buying.
May & Tompkins.
Large assortment of Colgate'H
Toilet Soap. There is nothing
Shoats Wanted: I wish 'p buy
8 or 10 young hogs, weighing from
30 to 60 pounds.
F. N. K. Bailey.
Wear 5 Star aud Red seal Bhoes.
We sell them.
May & Tompkins.
Well Bred Dogs For Sale: Four
well bred hound pups, tbree aud
five moDths old, $10 and $15 per
pair, 'pectivel) ; als^ several
weir bi thoroughly trained old
hounds, $10 to $25 each.
L. R. RruuBont Jr,
Cieora, S. C.
A supply of blank deeds, mcrt
gages of real estate, and chattle
mortgages just received at tb is
Fresh shipment of Cakes and
Rapid changes o
on the toughest con
The conductor pa
inside of a trolley car
of the platform-the
hour or so in a heal
walking against a b
difficulty of .avoiding
Scott's Emu i
body so that it can
Sanger of cold from c
It will help you to
? ALL DRUGGISTS
Y A CREAM OF
an atom of phos*
the product o f bones
lo acid) or of alum
sulphuric acid), un?
adopted for other ba
e of their cheapness?
Let The Advertiser job office do
your printing. Satisfaction guar
anteed on every jobsent out from
Aftnr some weeka of vexatious
delay we have succeeded iu get
ting a car of nails and barbed
wire. Try; us.
W. W. Adams.
Freeh Prunes and Eviporated
P'. P. Blalock, Jr.
Buy your next suit of clothes
from us and save money.
May & Tompkins.
Try my. "Cresta"' Coffee. Five
pounds in air-tight bucket for
P. P. Blaiock, Jr.
Death of Mrs. Ouzts.
On March the 4th, Mis. Jesse
?V. Ouzts died at herb?me near
Velma, Salud.-?, county .Being sick
only two ?ays, ber death came as
a great shock to her friends and
loved ones. Prior to her marriage
this good woman was Miss Eunice
Faul Buer, being o daughter of the
lamented Marshal Fau Ikuer whose
?ood name aud good influence
will live' throughout the coming
centuries. Mrs. Ouzts was a mem
ber of Stevens Cieek church. Ten
derest sympathy is extended to
the bereft husband and the poor
Dates on Which Easter Falls.
Easter, falling on so early a
date this year, makes some Easter
The earliest date on which Eas
ter eau fall is March 22. The moon
must theu be full on March 21,
and that date must he on Satur
day. Such'a combination of cir
cumstances is extremely rare.
Easter Sunday has fallen as early
as March 22 in 1093, iu 1761 and
in 1817, and it will fall on March
22 again in 1990, 2076 and 2144.
The latest date on which Eas
ter can fall is April 25. That hap
pened in 1666, in 1734 and in
1886. It will happen again in
Those who have tried our
i?White Star" Coffee will use no
G. L Penn & Son.
Tho aunual meetings of the
Bauk of Edgafield and the Farm
ers Bank will be held on March
the 25th and 27th, respectively.
Spring Goods: Fresh arrivals
in Madras, Mercerized Waistings,
Gingham, etc We invite the
ladie'i fo see them.
J. W. Peak.
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
haud. Cures blood poison too,
biliousness, weakness and all
stomach, liver and kidney troub
les. Guaranteed. 50c. G. L. Penu
& Son W. E. Lynch & Co.
Large assortment of beautiful
Glassware and China of all kinds
at very reasonable prices. I invite
the ladies to oall.
R. T. Scurry.
If you want the finest F^lt Mat
tress made, let us 6ell you a "Rex"
or a "Dexter." There is nothing
Rsamey & Jones,
f temperature are hard
.ssing from the heated
to the icy temperature
canvasser spending an
ted building and then
iting wind-know the
fsfon strengthens the
better withstand the
hanges of temperature,
avoid taking cold.
: 600. AND S 1.00.
The Civil Court.
A verdict of $700 was rendered
for the plaintiff in the suit
brought by Walter Pounds against
the Edgefield Manufacturing Com
Mr. H. E. Crim, through his
attorneys, J. Wm. Thurmond,
Epq.. and J. H. Tillman, Esq.,
brought suit against the Southern
railroad for $25,000. The jury ren
dered a verdict for the defendant
company, which was represented
by Messrs. Sheppard Bros.
A verdict was rendered for the
defendant in the case Jas Oliphant
against the Southern railroad. J.
Wm. Thurmond, Esq., represented
the plaintiff and Sheppard Bros.
. Geo. D. Verner who was ejected
from a car on the C. & W. C. rail
road some mouths ago brought
suit for $1,500 damages through
bis attorneys P. B. Mayson,-Esq.,
and J. W.' DeVore, Esq. Verdict
was rendered for the defendant
which was represented by Shep
In the suit of Messrs. P. W. C.
and O. O. Posey against the South
ern railroad for the non-delivery
j of freight, a consent verdict of
$100 for plaintiff was recorded.
Mr. C. D. Kenny brought, suit
against the Southern railroad to
recover $300 damages for causing
fire to be set to his field or woods,
receiving a verdict of $200.
The plaintiff and defendant were
represented by J. Wm. Thurmond
and Sheppard Bros., respectively.
Letter to L. B. Jones.
Edgefield, S. C.
Dear Sir: You may like to know
what you pay for the paint in a gal
lon of "print", assuming the pure
paint part of all "paints" to be all
alike; which it isn't;' and worth $1.75
Of a paint adulterated 10 per cent
the pure-paint part brings $1.94 a
15 pei cent brings $2.06 a gallon.
25 " 2.33
33% " 2 62 u
50 " 3.50 ?
75 .. 7.00 "
The average adulteratio n of paint
in this cou ntl y is about one-third ; so,
you see, the average price the Ameri
can people are paying for jaint is
about$2.62 a gallon.
It is a game of wits. Adulterators
arealways too sharp for the bulk of
consumers. People won't pay S1.75 a
gallon lor paint. So they pay $2.62 a
Sallon for paint and something that
looks like paint mixed with it. They
pay the. painter, besides, from $2 to $4
lor painting. Why do they do il? They
don't know Devoe.
F W DEVORE & CO.
Edgefield Mercantile Co.
The Touch That Heals
Is the'touch of Bucklen's Arni
ca Salve. It's the happiest combi
nation of Arnica flowers and heal
ing balsams evor compounded.
No matter how old the sore or
ulcer is, this salve will cur? it.
For burns, scalds, cuts wounds or
piles, it's au absolute cure. Guar
anteed. 25c. G. L. Penn ? Son
VV. E. Lynch & Co.
Our Victor No. 1 Bed Springs
are guaranteed tor 20 years. Noth
ing better on tb? market.
Ramsey & Jones.
. A Humane Appeal.
A humane citizen of Richmond
Ind., Mr. U D Williams, 107
We9t 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 cold
cure tho 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.
Full stock of shoes and rubbers.
If you want the best give us a
May & Tompkins.
LoBt 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'eccasioued by
finding at G. L. Penn & Son and
W. E. Lynch <v. Co's drug store a
box of Dr. King's New Life Pills
the guaranteed cure for bilious
ness, malaria and jaundice. 25c.
Do your lamps smoko? Try the
People's Oil. We handle it.
G. L. Penn & Son.
RUBBER TIRES: I have a
machine for resetting your old
tires or putting on new - ones.
Best rubber tires carried in stock.
All work guaranteed.
W. H. P .well.
Very large assortment of Al
lau's Perfumery in all of'the deli
cate and popular odors. There ?B
nothing better on the market.
Large stock of Trunks'and
Leather Suit Cases at very low
Ramsey & Jones.
If you want good inBurauce
cheap-at aclual cost-let me
write you a policy in the Southern
Mutual Lite lu sur au oe Associa
J. H. May.
Wc 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 & S.OJS?, I
Try our "Lord Caspar" Cigar.
Best 5c smoke on the market.
At Bargain Prices.
I have IO One-horse Wagons
1? iron axle-that I will sell for
$30.00 each for the next ten days.
Spot cash. They are Great Bar
gains. Call to see them at my
E. W. SAMUEL.
FOR S?LE? Seventy' acres of
land, well located on the public,
road between Edgefield C. H., and
Augusta, near Roper's Cross
Roads. Apply to
Mrs. C. J. Hardisty,
My 5 and 10 cents counters axe
filled with many useful articles.
Especial values in Enameled
Ware. ; . - ?
R. T. Scarry.
The Corner Store's
Representative when iu New York planned a special sale
of Ladies Hats. Each hat has a distinctive individuality of
tailored neatness. No two alike.
Worth all the way from $8. up to $12.
The sale price, your choice only $5.00.
Sale Begins Monday*
So impressed are are we with their cleverness of styles we
welcome a most careful inspection.. They are '
Now On Exhibition.
Positively not on sale before Monday the ?25th.
Please do not ask us to deviate from this plan.
Tis our aim to make this a grand epoch in the sale of stylish
Millinery and ask your generous support. *
The Corner Store
W. H. TURNER, Prop.
For FIRE INSURANCE
Go to see
W.H. H A?LING
Before insuring elsewhere. We represent the Best Old
W. H. HARLING, A GT.
At The Farmers Bank of Edgefield, S. C.
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
Get Our Prices
We are still prepared to supply your needs in reliable Shoes and
Rubbers. Better keep your feet dry. You can buy no better shoes
than Brown Shoe Company's goods. We guarantee them.
If you need a suit we can supply you ?t very reasonable prices.
Get our prices before buying. We are able to meei any price quality
considered. We do not sell seconds in any goods.
Big line of men's hats in latest styles. .
We are offering some very low prices in drei38 goods. Everything
from the cheapest to the best. Trustiug that we may be favored with
a continuance of your valued patronage.
Arlington Bros. & Cof1 Augusta, Ga
Gentleman:-Replying to your request of recent date, will
say that when the agent came to ne to buy "SUCRENE'' I
was afraid of it. After I fed my cow on it one week, she
beghn to increase iu her milk. It not only makes the cow
give more milk, but makes more cream than any Feed I
N. REGGIE, Livery and Feed S tables.
ARRIHGJON B/fOS.? CO.,