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f ^'T?SB YEAR $1.50
"SIX MONTHS .75
WEDNESDAY, APR. 3. 1907.
I mm very sure that any man
of common understanding: may.
by culture, care, attention, and
labor, make himself whatever
he pleases, excepta great po
I With ice ou April Fool's night,
Hhe noitbern tourists will hardly
turn their faces homeward.
> While a loogsuffering New York
"jjory is trying Thaw, the women
??of the Sunny South are trying to
?;thaw their Easter toggery.
T Geo. Stepheu D. Lee, command
eer of the United Confederate Vet
verans, has issutd an order to the
f?ffect that veterans wbo have been
;BO unfortunate as to loee their
"crossee of hoyor will be supplied
|with new ones through the United
^-Daughters of the'Coufederacy.
iepatches from Texas state
-,-tbatdPwing. to the dry and very
inf Id--winter great damage is ex
< pected this year from the boll
weevil. The conditions having
'. been very favorable for the hiber
? nation of the weevil, an early at
5 tack is expected, which will prove
fs, very disastrous to cotton in the
C- weevil infested districts.
?v.- Because, forsooth, unruly m'pl
ebers* of a student body belong to
prominent families is no reason
?/"why they should not be disci
v pli?ed;- It is better to make an
'.example of those who have had
?i ample opportunity of knowing
ii bow to deport themselves proper
ly tfian to discipline some back
% woods, country boy who is frieod
.| less and * whose advantages and
? opportunities have been limited.
ft; 'YJBe iWo Edgefield banks have
%mefi than $157,000.00 in interest
"fearing deposits. On this euor
^rnouB sum - the bank9. are paying
five per cent interest. How much
. better it.would be* if this money
were invested in sundry manu
facturing enterprises. The owners
of this - idle,, mpney would be
tenefitted^by having the invest
ments pay larger dividends than
- five per cent, and the banks would
also be benefitted b;r _ hi^g^A,
;.:-.:)s^.^rt?o&p!. this -sum find it3.
- Edgefield has not a dollar of
local capital invested in industri
al enterprises of any kind. The
town has ample capital to estab
lish such enterprises and men of
unquestioned business acumen to
manage them, but what is need
. ed is some one to take the initia
tive. If the right men will take
". hoH, within twelve months facto
ry whistles would be heard blow
ing, bells ringing and the cash of
the pay-rolls jingling. Then there
would be .much real life in the
. old town.
Public Conscience Quickened.
Not many years- ago Texas was
looked upon as the most lawless
Btate in the. Union. Nowhere in
this .country was human life
cheaper. The horse thief had
greater terror for the law than the
man who spilled human blood. A
great change bas been wrought,
however. Th? public conscience
.of the Lone Star state is more
keenly sensitive to-day, if we are
to judge by recent legislation,
than in many of the other states.
Among other laws looking to the
improvement of the morals of the
people, avery rigoious gambling
law naei just been signed by the
governor of Texas. One provision
of the law is a "jail penalty for
the owner of any building where
gambling utensils are kept, and
imprisonment for thirty days for
any person found guilty of play
ing cards in a private house for a
i.. ' i
- Low Wages an Obstacle.
One great drawback in the mat
ter of securing a desirable class
of immigrants for the eoutb will
be the low wages that are paid in
this section as compared with the
wages paid in other sections.
Farm labor cannot be paid as
touch in the south as in the north
fl.nd northwest OM account of the
lack of .fertility and productivity
?f the average southern soil. Nei
ther csu industrial labor be paid
AS nigh wages as in some of the
northern manufacturing cen tere,
fcecause of the character of the
output of the factories. To illus
trate-: In the manufacture of cot
ton g*>ds, northern mills tte*
. make tbs finer glades ?an afford
io pay higher " wages than many
of the southern mills, that manu
facture only the coarsest and
cheapest grades of cotton goods.
The great problem will be that
of holding tho immigrants in the
south until they realise the many
great advantages thia src'iou hH&
over all others. They must be
shown that. while wages may be
higher iu other sections, living
expenses are also correspondingly
higher. The climate of the Suuny
South will also have grpat weight
in inducing foreigners to remain
in this section after comiug arnon
Must Faculty or Cadets Control?
Viewed from the outside, there
has been for a year or more au
unruly and demoralizing element
among the Citadel cadets that
has repeatp.lly been a soarce of
trouble. Because several cadete of
this class were recently disci
plined for a grave offense, a dozeu
c>f their cadet friends and sympa
thizers deliberately left the insti
tution, which was a direct affront,
to the superintendent and facul
ty. Some of these refractory cadets
belong to the leading families of
the t tatp, and an appeal from the
ruling of thefar.ulty will.ba made
to the board of visitors.
* Tha institution is facing a cri
sis, the ultimate outcome of which
will;d?cide whether the Citadel is
to be controlled by a superintend
ent and faculty of able, conscien
tious n>u or by an insubordinate
elemeut of the studeut body. The
gravity of the situation makes it
imperative that then* be perfect1
unity and accord between the
board of visitors and the faculty.
Ou this haugs'the future of the
institution. If the members of th>
hoard have confidence in 1b>
ability and integrity of the offi
C3rs of the Citadel, then th^y
should stand by them to a man.
If confidence in these men fp
lacking, then their resignations
should be i^ked for and others
chosen to fill their places.
The officers of the Citadel, most
of whom are known personally by
the writer, are gentlemen of abili
ty and character who are cocsci
entious and unswerving in the
discharge of duty. Wheo such
men, who are on the ground and
in possession of all the facts, act,
the board of visitor* should con
sider well before reversing their
Sound Advice to Colored People.
Some months ago the colored
people of Qiangeburg county or
ganized what they call 'The Ne
gro Ministeria^aud Lay Council.''
At a recent meeting of thie Coun
cil 3.n . address, which .contains
some- veryexcells i>t advicev was j
'?pued - ? - - ^^?g^^^.'^ilU?fy^
order to give- it 33 wide a circtala
tion as possible, The Advertiser
publishes -a portion of this ad
dress, which reads as follows :
"Wo are opposed to what are
known as popular railroad ex
cursions. We are opposed to the
common practice, by so many of
our people, of a gathering in the
streets of towns and cities on Sat
urdays and circus and Bhow days
and indulging in vulgar manners
and vulgar language. We advise
all ^respectable people to keep
away from such crowds. The s.iy
iug that "Birds of a feather will
flock together" is an accepted tru
ism. It is therefore not surprising
that the common commingling of
the best and the worst of our peo
ple in the streets on Saturdays
and other occasions has been a
great injury to the race. If a man
'has the habit of carrying his wife
or daughter into the streets to
spend from five to ten hours in
compaLy with the worst women
sud men that gather there, or
allow her to sit in a wagon or 1
buggy for many hours in the open 1
street, sometimes even after night, 1
or allows her to go into the Court
House during the sessions of !
court (unless she is summoned i
there by law) to be jammed and 1
pressed by the vulgar crowds, he I
cannot demand proper respect for <
her. A good woman so exposed is j
a subject of pity:" ?
'"Don't be loafers. All good peo- t
pie are afraid of loafers andre- \
gard them as criminals. It is a f
mistake for so many of oar people t
to move from the country iuto the c
towns. People who have always 1
been accustomed to the country 1
aud the farm are not apt to fiud t
suitable employment in the towus g
and cities. It ofteu happens that ?
industrious couutry people move a
into the towns and soon become t
utterly worthless. /
"Honest labor for honest wages t
LS always respectable and the bet- r.
ter we do Buch labor the more we I
will prosper as a race. We there- a
fore advise all parents to find U3e- 0
ful employment for their children c
iud to keep them busy." c
Hard Times In Kan-os.
The old days of grasshoppers
ind drought ar? almost forgot ?eu
n the propperous Kansas 01 to- L
lay; although acitizeu of Codeil, <>
Sari Shamburg, has not yet for- T
'often a hard time be encountered. 11:
?e says: '*! wasworuout and dis- a
iouraged by coughing uight and fi
lay, and could find no relief till T
tried Dr. King's New Discovery. ?
t iook less than oue bottle to p
ompletely cure me." Tin safest f<
nd most reliable cough and cold b
ure and lung, and throat, healer a
vcr discovered. Guaranteed. 50c G
nd $1.00 G. L. Penn ? Son 'ty, ti
:. Lynch & Co. *ti
It looks as if. Gov. AnrH if
Biotine his own skillet." Well thal
is the kind nf a Governor vre-like
-Times & Democrat.
The political ijieheruer ?n
bo$$ i$ alway? dabbling in pol i
tic$ for the money there i$ iii ii
for bim^ JFo:. beware !-Baruwel
The building and. loan associa
tion is the only means by which
a poor man c?n be come the owne:
of a rome through bis own eiT'o! lr.
Tho Edgefie?d 'Advertieer sayp
there ?6 a silver famine in Edge
field. That's noihiug, lhere is v
gold famine in Bamberg and iff
Dot, the bi-chlpride variety either.
A Missouri woman issuing an
editor because he said in itu
obituary that her husband had
gore to a happier home. Thf
scribe should ha've kept h ir
thoughts to himself.-The State
The would-be political bosses
havo a fine opportunity of or
ganizing political whiskey' rings.
There are some men in Barnwell
county who are cot. too goo'd-and
would like to gd control of ii.ci
a political machine. We eau ?01
the public to beware and,-, keep
their eyes open.-Barnwell' Sen
The pea crop which, is o of
the most profitable crops Ihe far
mer eau raise, will very likely ! H
ehoit this year on accou -t i.f th.
scaic'ty of *t*ed aii"d the high price
i?f Bum'*. P-as aro s-liingut iron
$2 00 to $2 25, and ar-? bud rei u >
at ?bes?prions. Many l'a trow wiil
substituto cai.o tor p:,as ?? a.fur
ag? crop.-Rock HU i Hera d.
Last Tuesday at three o'clock at
Rose C it'ia?V Mr. C ab Key, o
?Vodoc, and Mips Maitie W oed, i f
our lown, wero married hy cur
pastor, Kev. J. T. Littlejohn.
Thef? young people are veiy popu
tar among t.'ieir larg'"' circle of
friands, who wish for them ii long
and happy life. After the marriage-'
the bride and groom wir h a largp
number of-frienup, drove lo Modoc
to. the beautiful home of Mr
Charlie Holmes, where a barbecue,
dinner was served in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Cab Kev. Af'er I hf* bar
becued meats w?re served '.?v i
came the cakes and pies.
Mr. : Charlie ; Holmee has
been sick fora year, but bis m '.ny
friends will bc glad to know thal
be is able to walk about the h ou s?'
audyard. Charlie loves his friend*
and is always glad to have them
come to see bim, and if you ever
go to eeo him ou ce you will want
to go again.
Mr. Hampton Dyer, whom we
reported as being quite sicklier
Johnston, died last Wed?v??dr.y.
Mr. Dyej/.had bee^r mahned only,
three mailt hs'"and/ one ?r**
who knewShim, for hellas a man
that bad an orderly walk before
his fellow-men. He loved his
church and Sunday school and
took an iuterest in all that was
for the building up of both church
uud community. While we ail mis?
him and mouru his los,*, yet we
believe tha': he is at rest. To his
devoted wife, brother and father,
Hampton's death is peculiarly
sad. We commend to these friends
aod to all who mourn his elnath
the tender love aud mercy of God,
who knows all things and does ali
thiugs for the best.
The union meeting was held al
Antioch church last Saturday and
Sunday. There was a larg-con
gregation out on Saturday, con
sidering th? busy work time. The
program wag carried out as pub
lished. The speeches were all fair
ly good. We all were glad to have
Bro. P.. P. Blalock of Edgefield
and Bro. Doyle of the Methodist
church with us, both of whom
added much to the interest of the
union by their timely talks.
Saturday was warm-hot-but
Sunday came- cool and as tho day
?vent by the clouds tbicaen?d, the
?rind incre?sedaud the rain bi'gun
:o fall, yet tho large an i beautiful
?hurch at-Antioch was filled with
aeople. Bro. P. P. Blalock preach
$d a very strong sermon from the
ext "Ye are tho light ol' th?
vorld." A collection was taken
;or home and foreign mission
\fter dinner was served th gr?a1
songregation beg.in to go to their
lomes through the falling rain,
'et feeling that it waB go d for
hem to have been there. The
[ood people of Antioch did the.r
i:irt l.obly iu making the union
. success. Good music, and Oh !
he good d in nor, plenty of it.
Vfter all had eaten, there was
UOUgh left to have fed as many
nore. This was one of our very
?est meetings, perfect harmony
.nd biotherly lov3 prevailed in
ur union. Th* next union will
novene wi.h the Pdrksvill
R .SE COTTAGE.
His Dear O d Moih-r.
"M; deur o'd mother, who i?
ow eighty Ihrfo vars old thrives
.J Eleclr c Bitters," writes W B
Irunoon, of Du '?'ni. Gu."Sh* lro<
ti km thpift for a1 out two 'years
nd t'Y'j ?vs au excellent appetite,
felsi strong and t-1 ej s well."
"hat'* the way Elect rip". Bitters
if ct the aged, and Iii . same hap
y repu-ts follow iii all c SCP of
?msl.>'Veaknees and general de
ili'y. Wonk, puny ch-it'ehen ibo.
re greatly strengt heued by ..them,
u-ii'a'hteed also for r-tom-c!
out)fes. 50c. G. L: Penn ? Son
f. E. Lvucb & Co.
Adventures of a Fishing-Party, v.?
Reit ted by Our Part s ville Cor
'.Quo of ?iofe? w-irnr-eflernnon
1 a st "week, ?? verni, young ladle?
?uidoid on^s l^o left ?^arksvi 11^
equipped with cu.-biou's... am;
b'anketB, :Featid in a" y/ngo.i-ftr
ihe upp -r mill. A'.' wo ?iiViVecl;p?l
nf tbs rond for Blide HilJ^tKf!
moct.in'i r sf i?g part of -vhf road.
lh? wagon b^ciiniR uncoupled MIK!
left un ft- ???ed wi'h( u.t the bnra^.
ib; the.middle of I hs road; With
the nid of on? ofTr.??yoti?Vg fad??'s
ivh?'e tho r> si looked on, Judgj
RfuiTson f-nrcf'd-d iii g' ttin;'
Qu a st-'i-p hill on the banks o'
the co?-!;, the children barlcon
slruclpd something like skate's,
'bcugh .vi'h'.'u' a pk ailing- rii.k.
Sliding d'i'wii 'ii'-- bt!l-wv-8>a.Vi
enough. ri i.e difficulty was itrgef
ting to Ihn lop, which- w:iv.on!\.
accomplished by some on> li 'ipinc
v ou with a long s'ick, a jud by th'
aid of bushes ou I he way un. Th.
fudge, not willing for tin' chi t?tet
to <-xoel bim in yf?iithfu 1 i?e??,
co???r?eu'ced the defcent, but uevfj
reached tin bottom as Jhe alid?
w.fijl one w iv and he the other.
Th'**re wer*' plenty. Of pre.tf
places tn i\<>-, bur nobody gut ? \
bite, as lb-? lady on lbw bili with
ir? ut lilias and lr-h ti?te car?fiin f3
I hem all b.fjro l! ' v get any iur
.h r. ' * ;
We have i o depol ye',, tlrougl
?urs waa burped Inst Ocloher.
X<.' bing bul a box c r tn ac
ivimmodale passftng'irs. It cb'^'^
WD: (bat o'ir r? i Sn. nd c-.-innirr-j
-doiifirs "lioubi attend to lui^dinrj.
t new on".
RE AI E R.
Pirksvi'l-. S G.
VVomen as Well as Men
Arc Made Miserable by
Kidney trouble preys v.r.-:-; tlx mindr^j??feir'
?urages and lessons sjr.blt.icn; beauty, -.n?c?-|
v.-xi-jr.i xv . ci-~-r'y-ncss scon
friy^-^Ts^ nays ere cut ci. cider
.mm&m- lainey trouble: has
become; co ?r"cv?!c;.?
that?t is r.ci uncommon
1er a cieli J io be terr
cKtecd v/imweak hid
neve. If ?lie child mn
axs too ci:cn, if the
urine scales thc iiesh cr li, when, thc ckili
reaches sn s^o when it should bc si!-: t
control-the passere; i: ir. ye? d?f?cted wit--,
bed-v/ev.;:^. ?J ;r?d inion it. thc cause C!
.hs diifievhy. is i'.i?hcy trouble, ahd'fi&flrsi
s:o should i '.'; lev/arcs thc treatment of
these impcrlent cr-:.:j:. Tl::; unpleasant
?rc?si? i?, due to s d::' -:cc:I c?nch?c? c( thc
iriencys r.u-i Ladder au.: i-ot -o' a habit ai
mc;; people suppose. '
? Vv&rneh as v.'..'. as men are-.node mis
oral.'.:* with kidney t_:d Wsd&Jf trouble!
and bc:h need the s^rrw rr:c: remedy.
Tho mild ard th? immediate effect cf
5whmp-Root in coen realices, lt ic sold
:>y ?ni'gists, in il;:y
.cni and one d.-i!ar
.ices. You may have z ???p ..
sample bottle by mail T^-i-s^ _
fros, alco pamphlet tell- n?hc ot s'-atcn-aoct
'.ng all about it. inclu-iinj many of the
thousands of testimonial le-.tcrs received
'rom sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
i Co.. Binghamton, N. Y., be ?ure and
ensntion this paper
Don't roai:e any misin^& but
rPffi?.^Jb'eif the nnunv i??j-an;p
-Poo VD r.
[any Have Dyspepsia
Kuo wilti '
Do you brich np wi?id?yr?ste your
food alter eating? ??re you ;?paie ainl
liaggardf Does your heart ilutu-r? Arv
you dizzy? Do' you have" pains in sick'
cr back? Ridings or pimples on Hit
sk??? Are yod low s.p'.ritcd? Bad
tr?atii? Fl?adache? \'<<KI\? kidneys?
Bilioii?? Joust i pared? .-?re you ner
vous? If su you have-Dyspepsia arni
it is a dangerous condiliou. To curr.
takeTyner's Dyspepsii Ken.ody, It i>
malle lor j mt such troubles. 'J'y.rier's
Dyspepsia Rcnedy remove.? acidf
from the 3tomach, strengtlieus weak
stomachs, and euns Dyspepsia er In
digestion. Druggists or by express r*G
cents a hoi t ie. .Money refunded if it
Tails to cure, Medical advice and cir
cular free hy writing to Tyner J'er.n
dy Co, Augusta, Ha.
fiD ftBliR TIRES: I have a
machine for resetting your old
. ires oi putting on new ones.
B?bl rubber tires carried in stock.
All work guaranteed.
\V. ll. P weil.
Frr'sh shipment of Cake? a'id
" Timmons Bros.
Send your aavlturs to this ?trong, sound, oon- !
ervatlve Savings Hank. On request wo will send
'OU FRKK. a supply of our "Batik .Mosr.cnKA
doney Mailers" for t lie s.ifo transmis.iou Of COinor
urrency In making' bank deposits by mall. You
an send small deposits each week,und as a
our savings nccuniulate will Issue you Jt \Jy
erUfleates of dc|?islt bearing InteresufiJL x/1
.). the liberal rate of.\KS V
. iofht Saw, Lathe and Shin
ric Mills, Engines, Hollers,
Supplies and repairs, Porta
)le , Steam ant) Gasoline En
?ines, Saw Teeth, Kilos, Belts
md Pipes.1 W?QD SAWS
Gins a lid Press Repairs.
Try LOM.BA RS),
FINAL .TAX NOTICE.
bo jks closed, on March
i5ihjT'After April the first the
deiiiiiqaeu'.a will find"their tax ac
counts of every description in the
hanids of the Sheriff for-collection.
I am compelled lo close my books
by law, and will have to file my
final jeport e:?rly in April, and
must have everything in order.
. There is no use for parties to
write'to me about their taxes now.
Call to see me, and I will pxolain.
J. T. Pattison,.
f-'C'''"Vy,C?--.'- '** .'
?S a delicious chew,
made from the best
North Carolina leaf;
a leaf that has a spec
ial texture, a special
flavor and wTiich
makes RED EYE a
specially fine and satis
fying che wing tobacco.
Most people prefer it
to tobacco costing one
dollar per pound.
Ask your dealer for it and
insist on him keeping it. .
Write for Special Prices.
Teachers* Examination. .
. The regularteacberR'examiBa-^
tiou will be held ?t the office of the;
County; Superintendent of Educa
tion at Edgefielcl on Friday, ?priL
the 19th. . . .. . :i . *.:
Hereafter these exatfiiuation?
will be regularly held on the third
FridayR in April and October,
these?-being- the. days named by
tue State Board of Education
W. 1). Holland,
Supt. of Education.
At Bargain Prices.
I have 10 One-horse Wagons
1? iruu axle-that I will sell tor
$30.00 each.for the next te:idayi?.
Spot cash. They are' Great Bar
gains. Cali to see them at my
E. m SAMUEL
The Celebrated French Coach
Stallion, CALEMBOUR, will
make the Spring Seapon at Edge
fi"ld ai the stables of Messrs. B..
L. Jones & Sou.
The Frei.ch-Coach Horses are
in the front rank of excellence
among th* cprciage.breeds of the
Cali.d.nd inspect thia celebrated
Edgefield French,Cosch Horse Co.
J. P. Nxt?N, Si c. and Trea
* ' Cfark'e frill, 8. C.
HELP IS OFFERED
TO TiORTlrif YOUNG PROPI
77? ...riv-ep'fy r^uosfcnllyounrrpersona, norna U
io-.'- limited Choir incat? or education, who wis-: '.
bt-.-.in ii Ihtrr?usrh bysincsstrair.i;.0 .".nd a?A pcs
.cn. t?? vtr'.ie. b? first nwil 'or oi-r rrent half-n
.ft\r. r'ui.cwii'i irAi- endencoan. probable U rt ?
ta f;uai-AUU?fc!. Don'tdciay. W: ?Us today.
C?.-Ala. Business. Cnllc??. ITir. tA.
FOR MEN'S AND BOTS' CLOTHES,
HATS, SIT OSS AND FURNISHINGS,
FOR LADIES' TAILOR-MADE SUITS
ODD SKIRTS, AND SH I UT WAISTS
When in Augusta make
our store your head
le Levy Co.,
To the Planters of Edgefseld:
Bald win's Fertilizers have slootl lue test of s venteen
yearn .in cn; county, its most libpral buyers and best friends
of to-day, are the planters wbo have used it continually
since its introduction in our county, which proves the ex
ceptional merit of , .
the Cotton, Corn and Grain
Before making your FERTILIZER deals':for 1607 talk
with our representative, .
who will give you the secret of makiug a bale to the acre.
Good Fertilizers and work in the right place at
the right time bring the farmers the best returns of
any investment they make,
We are offering to the tracie ttyis season a full
The Best Fertilizers
Wc appreciate the liberal patronage vie have
had from the farmers for - the pa^t few }'ears, and
I ho. e to be able to serve them for the year 1907.
TTse Roys t?r's Farmers' Bone,
Use Armour's Blood and Bone Goods.
Usc Patapsco Mastodon and Georgia Formula.
Nitrate of Soda, Top Dressing for -Grain, Lee's
I Ag i cultural Lime, Kai nit.
J5^\A11 sold here exclusively by
Suppose the dealer, from whom you pur- _
chase your fertilizers, should say to you that if yo?^
would pay him an additional sev?hty-fiive cents *per
ton, he would, inthe event pf the destruction, or dam
age to your crops by hail, refund the purchase price
of the fertilze. ..<-.: \
Would you take him up? Of course yon would.
Being a reasonably sensible .nan^you - could, not af
f ord to do otherwise. | ? Z C?? \ ' . =., . ? .
The Carolina Hail Insurance Company of Marion,
S. C., will insure your Cotton and Grain Crops for.,,
as much as:$30.oo per acre, and. charges a premium^
of only two and one-half per cent. ?. -, ~
I See our agent, Mr, W. L. Holderby, and give ,
him your application at once. . . .
Insure now. It doesn't pay to put this matter o ff.
Losses paid in 1906. $14,023,24
LOW CUT SHOES
TWO PIECE SUITS
ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS.
Call and see our line
Above and Superior
BABCOCK VEHICLES Kcign Supreme,
just so they shine serene. Of ??urse"the 'Carolinas and all. of ..
Georgia and Florida will come to rhe '
here on April the 3riland 4th Corni in to Bee us whether you':
want to buy or not. We have the-largest stock of
.... .. . w . ? s. r A *
Runabouts, Stanhopes. Surreys, Cabriolets,. Carts.^.
Buggies and Wagors in the Southern. States.
Also Harness and Saddlery of all kinds,;-Everything of tte best
and at modera'e prices. Don't fail to call and 'see us. We wilt ":
treat you right. ' ;
JET. H. OQSK?SRY,
The Carriage and Hardware Man of Georgia,
749 and 751 Broad Street, AUGUSTAr-G?.
I have just returned from
the Northern Marketa and
my new goods are begin
ning to arrive. Watch for
dAS. E. HART
Get your Lau nd ry iii Tuesdays.
THE FARMERS BANK
OF EDGEFIELDS. C.
State and Toxxrn Depository.
THE LARGEST AND STRONGEST BANK IK EDOEFlELO COUNT Y
Paid up Capital.. .. $58,000,00 3
Surplus and Undivided Profits. 32,000-00
Liability of StookhQidm-- ?.JMQQM
Protection to Depositors ..flf?JOO.O? <
We invite atteatioa of tho?e desiring a tafe depot ?toryfor their . money 'o tn?a?ov
?ACU. 'NTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS BY SPECIAL CONTRACT.
una.* (twvtm <?f ff* ctf? rf PF !lr!i rSBH ?! rttl??rif?^ l? SF* ?? irDiW: fHSFi?'
1 rminiUrftor and e$?euto,f, and rp accepja?0"e?pcnte trottinerai y.
A. E. PADGETT, President i*. If R^.1 N -FORD, Vice-Rf?
W, H, HAULING, Caihipr, W, A. BYRP, A.at; C?ihi?r,
are daily arriving. An early inspection and selection will
give you an opportunity of getting (hg most up-to-date at
of Ihe seaspa. We a-e espepially strong in White Goods
Mercerized Madras and Que materials for waists. Also a full
line of P, g. Djmjtias, ^awns and Linea gujtings.
\D all of the fine Mercerized Ginghams. Great display of
Dress Goods in all of tho latest weaves. . Very large stock
of Bleached Homespuu, Lonsdale Cambric, Nainsook, Long
Clo.n, Val Lace, Torchon Lac??, Cambria, and Swiss Em
broid-ry. Everything at
Our goode were all bought before the peveral recent ad-'
vanees and we can sell them at prizes that sre astonishingly
low. Just received fui! line of Meu's and Boys Spring eu ?fi.
J. W. PEAK.