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L. MOSS, . . - EDITOB
SIX MONTHS 76
WEDNESDAY, AVG. 14. 1807.
Dcb* to to ? afta trna* tW
wu po ?I to to tito feted; ita oyo
fascinates, ita breath jwieeatt,
ita -ffl erooft- oiftowftftti beac,
ita jaw to ft pitiless graves.
Fift v-cen ts corp ia a probsbil i
ty" in EdgeSeId .county this fall.
I Will not somebody discover a I
Way for making pound cake ont of]
?w7D meal? S.?*
AB ibo consumera of oil will
have to pay the fine?, the officiais
of t?e Standard Oil Company are
augbing through their sleeves at
Florida gather retente the idea
of becoming the dumping ground
for Georgia's barkeepers, sad it ie
probable that the former state* will
follow the latter's example. ? : ".
Since the first of January, some*
thing lik<i? thirty-five cara ofwest
ern corn have bean shipped to
Sdgefield. Wonder what the fig
ures, will be next year?
A frill has been introduced in
the Georgia legislature providing
for an Appropriation of $20,000
for the eitabliahment of a state
saJoji?nuiD for the treatment of
consumptives. Snob an act ought
tc be pissed by every state.
Strenuous ?forts are put forth to
check smallpox and other infec
tious diseases but nothing is dona
?o etamo out consumption, the
?noBt deadly of all diseases. Thus
far scientists have been unable to
discover a cure for consumption
but ny ieo^ting its victims and
"employim; other precautionary
' '"means, ? general spreading of the
Disease could be prevented/ \.
There are some violations of la w
so flagrant in their nature that
the maximum punishment pro
vided is far short of what the per
petrator deeerve3. While making
their regular summer tour of in
spection, the ?matees of the city
schools of Greenville found that
ono of the graded school buildings
had been entered by vandals who |]
destroyed the clock and piano, be
sides breaking up all - of the-'fur?
ai turo in the room. ?Nomotive for
the lawless act can be assigned.
The person who. will wantonly
destroy property in this' manner i
should bu compelled to wear'a j
ball and c hain during the remain .
der of his earthly pilgrimage.
Talk few Bdffoi-old's School.
: , President F. N. K. Bailey has 1
employed a very strong faculty j
andie potting forth every effort <
possible tn make the next session t
I of the Soil th Carolina ?o-Sduea- \
I . tional Institute the best in its 1
; history. That he will succeed, no *
jj one questions. But in this under- j
* taking he needs, and has a right t
| to expect, the moral support and s
hearty co-operation of the people 5
of Sdgefield. This institution, be- J
youd any shadow of doubt, has j,
done more for the upbuilding of s
i our town along all lines than any t!
other-in fact, all other-agen- 0
cies combined, and from its fur- jj
tber growth and enlargement will 6
accrue additional advantages to I
' this town and county. The school *
lias been tried and proved, ano! is 81
in every particular worthy of our p
most loyal support.
fy Speak a word to people whom
you meet about this (our) ineti- ^
tutioo. Wa should like to seo fifty u
yeuog men and young women ej
from this county enter the 8. C. &
M I. this fall._ ?
?urCogbera Corveepeadeat ToBe &
ol Fleatoe. -Bier" MaaMa?a, ai
Probibit??M. ?ad Ike Good P"
Editor Advertiser: Since I last f
wrote, there has been several pic- p
nice around. One right here ia
Cbg?urn town and one at Fruit
Hill; both said to have been fine I.
by t|e young folks and older ones! ?r
tao wh? attended. 1
Th| annual August meetings
which means a picnic so ,
feasting ia concerned for
it mouth to ali who want L
id. Kooky Creek. Stevens
.. ^bethlehem, Good Hope and.
McKeudree are all billed for a T
week's fevival during this month.1
We sincerely hope to s<* the whole.
county revived during th?se meet-11_
inge; t?e week strengthened* the11
strong ?on?r.med and sinners
brought to repentance and pro*
feasidn bi faith in Christ.
It seem* to me that the time is
sow at hand for much *to be ac
qpmplwhfed. The law and order
leagues all over the country ave
?wing |ssi and should and,
lat's better, will- have:, the co
nation pf all good citisena of
Ts grand old country of ours,
e have all the Jaw for piotee
^ we ne?d in every thing, but
name has not been properly en*
fopped in th? past as wa hope to
tjj^ it done from now nn through- j
ot? future ages. do?
The great Temperanoe-prohibi- you
Sion wave ?bat is rolling over our j
country mast mein that much is
to be accomplished for th? better
ment of our country. They have
rolled over our shier state of
Georgia until they have washed
whiskey from her borders or will
haVe dope it by January the lat
next. I am aho informed that the
law is or will be so fixed there
that Wheo one ie caught "ti ger i ng"
he will have to pay the penalty
behind the bars at work and no
fine will be allowed to be paid.
With such a law as that to back
np prohibition, Georgia is going
to have it to a letter. What Geor
gia does other states can and will
do. The people of that Btate cried
for prohibition land did not get a
substitute, but got Ihe real thing.
We Toted prohibition here semai
years ago, and -'they gave ns as "a
Substitute the dispensary, bat we
are glad to know that ita race is
ron and is a thing of the past.
Much credit is doe to tho women
of oar land for tate* great chang
es, for they have always* endeavor
ed by their Untiring efforts to
raise our conn try to ?higher plane
in church, state/-.and even in war
And right here I can't, and don't
want to, keep from saying, God
bless them all any way, for Eden
was not a comfortable *lace nntil
fair woman showed her i*C*i
I am glad to report crops still
looking fine andi:" promise a fine
yield. With the/proBpects of good
prices for cot too v ;Qur farmer boys
feel like they will be on the top
shelf this fall, fehieh means mach
to all other pressions, ss well as
themselves. So mote it be, amen.
Mr. P." D. :Witt, of the Balala
section, has*" Jbeen dressing and
matching a good lot of lumber
here for thereat ten days which
will be U9e%.;in this immediate
section repairing and building pp
Miss Latir? B. Mapfaey, of Au
gusta, Gs.,,and Miss Lissie Maud
Crouch, ot Good Hope, oro visi
ting here'this week and attending
church at Stevens Creek. Some of
the bachelor boys around have
smiles a yard long.
We were glad to .have our good
old friend, A. S. Tompkins, Esq.,
with us during the meeting, and
especially to have bim spend a
night 'With us under our own vine
anti fig tree, for this is a token to
us' that be, like, all the jrest that
wer e reared in this Cogburn-Meet
ing Street community, may go
where they Will yet there is always
s tender place in their hearts at
the very mention of their old
countr v homes, and of days gone
by. To this we are ready to say
Mr.tB.Holaonbake, of Granit?
ville, spent a portion of last week
with us and attended meeting at
Stevens Creek, his old home
J. H. C.
Dogbnrn, Aug. 12th.
?las Ism Coach.
This young lady, who is to bei
it the bead of the music depart-1
ment of the 8. C. C. I. during the
?ming season, was educated in I
the New England Conservatory of
Sfasio, and. has studied for years]
lader teachers from Hamburg,
[iSipsic and Berlin. Mr. M. M.
Hargrove, president of Luray Col
lege, Luray, Va., has the follow
ing to say of Miss Couoh :
**I cordially recommend Miss
[?ouiss Couoh, of Virginia, as a
lighly accomplished and BUCCSBB
rul. teacher of music on the piano.
She is a conscientious, faithful
ind thorough teacher, a lady of
?leasing manners, amiable.dieppe
lition ani high Christian charac
er. In the daily routine of the
ilass room as well as in her prepa
ration for public entertainments
ter success bas been remarkable
ind has elicited the warmest
?raise from all who are familiar
nth her work. Miss Couch is one
1 the most popular teachers 11
lave ever employed. Her superior
hilities as a musician has gained
he respect and admiration of the
ommunities in which she has|
aught, while her personal traits
ave won the confidence and
Section of pupils and patrons,
recommend her without qualin" ?
ation and shall consider the
sheol which secures ber services
?st Days of Court,
Henry and Spann West were
>und guilty of assault and bat
?ry with intent to kill. Henry
as sentenced to pay $50 or serve
) days on chain gang. A sealed
mtence stands against Spann.
John Glover entered a'plea of
silty of receiving stolen goods
nd was sentenced to 30 days or
Mr. H.T. Chappell was acquitted
the charge of murder. Ho was
.presented by J. Wm. Thurmond,
sq., and the Solicitor appeared
r the state.
General Jack Niok, represented
r J. Wm. Thurmond, S sq., was
so acquitted, being charged with
Walter Samuel, colored, indict
for rape, was found guilty but
commended to the mercy of the
ort. Sentenced to life impris
ment. The defendant-, W?S rep
tented by S. McG. Simkins
I. Prager, indicted for adultery,
i'lty,. and sentenced to pay
e^of $400 or serve 00 chain
ag for 8 months. Represented
J. Wm. Thurmond, Esq., J.
DeVore, Esq., assisted the so
?r N. Warren McDaniel who
s tried for murder wes acquit
I. He was represented by J. W.
We, P. B. Mayson, and J. Wm.
l?verai bases were continued
1 Sessions Court adjourned sine
on Saturday afternoon.
Ve are agents for the Worth
ton Roller Screens for win
rs. Come- in and let us show
these improved wire screens.
?field Mercantile Co.
County's Affairs Thi
by Special (
To His Honor, C. G. Dantzler,
Presiding Judge nt August Term
of Court, For Edgefield County,
We, the Grand Jury, have pass
ed on all indictments handed out
to us, and reported io the court
I our findings OD same.
The special commit te? on books
and accounts appointed at the
March term of con-rt, examined
the following offices, Viz :
Mai ter, Judge of Probate, Coun
ty Superintendent ot Education,
Clerk of Court, Sheriff, Supervi
sor, Auditor and Treasurer.
From the books of the Master
j we find that he has on hand tenet
funds amounting to $1,761,33,
! which amount he has in bankB to
bis credit as Master.
In the Judge of Probate's office
we find that he has trust funds
amounting to $3,027.86, which
.mount is covered by deposits in
the various banks.
The Sheriff was not ready to
make a report on acconnt of the
?deputies having executions for
collection, not having made their
The books of the Clerk of Court
show that the expenses of the Au
gust, 1906, term of court were:
$635.45, October, 1906, $1,258. 70
March, 1907, $1,508.80.
As recommended by the Grand
Jury at the last term of court, the
Clerk is at work re-indexing the
book of abstracts of judgments.
From the examination of the
books of the Supervisor we find
I that be has approved and paid
claims amounting to $33,342.70.
and that he has borrowed for the
year euding July, 1, 1907, $24,
350.00. These claims cover the ex
penses of the couu'y for the twelve
months eudtng July 1, 1907.
From the Treasurer's office we
find the fallowing statement to be
the condition of the office:
Cash OJ band July
Cash from executions
from 1905, ,199.50
Cash from fines, Icienses,
I Cash from commenta
Abstracts of duplicates,
1906, . 64,709.69
['Abstracts of additional
duplicates, 1906, ,255.26
Borrowed money on
notes of Co., Commis
From dispensary fund, 2,296.03
School claims paid, $17,681.65
Witness and jury tick
ets, and Co., war
rants pd., 64,816 26 j
R. R. coupons, and
Edgefield school and
.corporation coupons, 1,971.50
Refunds made on taxes
Payment made to state
Double entry errors, 774.601
Paid Binking fund 800.00 j
Paid taxes Edgefield, 2,884.41
Overpaid state treasurer, 237.62
Commission on special . ,48;186,
Cash in banks and office 3,168.03
We find from .the?'Auditor's
books that the aggregate of taxes
for all purposes. is $59,259,695,
number of polls assessed 3,886^
number of dogs . 3,128, which we
mention *? 'a.-mailer- of informa
tion. ; : . . f,**? . i
> .The book's bf the,. Superintend
?nt of Education showed that he
had'approved school warrants for
scholastic year ending July 1,
1907, "amounting to $18,001.16,
md tq'firtf was an unexpended bal
ince of cash, and apportionment
totaling $2,390.01, still to the
credit of the various districts, in
-he county. In all of the office H
risited, we find the books neatly
tept. and everything in ' a very
B. R. Smith,
A. B. Broadwater,
. S.H. Manget,
. Walter Cheetham,
F. P. Svrd.
The Committee on Bonds of
/ ou ii ty Officers.
We have examined the
scords in office of thie Clerk of
?oort, aud find that all . of the
ounty officers have on record good
nd sufficient bonds in the amount
?quired by law.
B. R. Smith,
S. H. Manget.
The Ch?ingabg Committee begs
> report as follows :
Gang No. 1, we find twelve mules
ll in good J condition, they seem
? be well cared for, and valued
; about two thousand 'dollars
p2,000.00) ; three WB^IUB, two of
Keep cool and not be bothered
itu flies. Our fans are now run-Ul
ng for the pleasure of those who
itrouize our Soda Fountain. AU
the popular drinks served in
e best possible manner. Let the
iUray" refresh you.
G. L. Penn & Son.
I write Bond Insurance, Life
suranoe, Accident Insurance),
saith Insurance, Tornado In
rauce, Plate Glass Insurance
d Life Insurance on Horses and
E. J. Norris, Agt.
fust received a large shipment
Screen Doors, Porch Screens,
wo Swings, Reclining and
inging Chairs. We iuvite you
call to se? them.
Edgefield Mercantile Co.
same not worth very much on ac
count of lon ti service, other one.
practically new ; threes tents for
shelter of employees*, prisoners
and provisions; two high ball
Wheeler wood scrapes ; tyro small
drags ; one horse scrape ; fourteen
prisoners seemingly in a good and
healthy condition;., one road ma
ch iue; one plow, and on? dog. .
Mr. G. Sawyer is Tn ?barge^m
t'ang No. 1, at a salary ; ofJorty
?ve dollars ($45 00) pet-month.
There are also three other white
men there at stated salaries, roau
machine man twenty-five dollars
($25.00, one plow mau seventeen
dollars nod fifty cents (17.50) one
guara1 seventeen dollars and fifty
cents ($17.50). '
GANG NO. 2.>
Twelve mules in good condi
tion, and valued at "about two
thousand dollars ($2,000.60); four
tents; one highball scraper; one
drags scraper; one cow; three
wagons, all in good condition ;
three dogs ; nine prisoners, seem
ingly healthy, and apparently all
right. With this gang we find Mr.
J. L. Corley in charge, at a salary
of forty dollars ($40.00 per month,
also one machine man at a salary
of twenty-two dollars and fifty
cents ($22.5.0)'; one guard, at a
salary of twenty dollars ($20.00) ;
one plow man at a salary of fif
We find also that the county
mules are without shelter for the
winter, and earnestly recommend
that they be provided with tents
for shelter before the winter sea
J. P. Nixon,
P. B. Stone,
E. L. Scott.
We the committee on Poor
House and Couutv Farm ha^e in
spected same. We find tb*? pnu
peru wall f?d and well clothed,
which aro tirent) 'u number. Nine
white and elevnu colored. We find
the farra well worked, and io
promising condition, all crops on
County Farm are very fine. We
find that the last year's commit
tee recommended that n*w houses
be built for the Steward and pou
pers, but tb>y have not been built
jet, but the lumber bas been saw
ed to build thom. We recomraeud
that the work on the bouses be
pushed forward, as the houses are
old and decayed very badly. We
altto find ou the farm throe mules
and one horse, and all stock are
well cared for by the Steward. We
wi? .make a final report at the
next term of court.
T. E. Lamb,
H. H. Sanders,
V. E. Edwards.
Report Of Public Buildings:
We, the committee on Public
Buildings, have examined same,
and find that some repair is need
ed on front and back door of the
jail, with one inside door to bu
placed to the jailor's stove room,
also some repairs to be done on
spme of the sashes, and we recom
mend that lime be used as a dis
infectant in and around the jail.
The public offices are in good
repair, the Court House is in good
We again earnestly recommend
a yard in the rear of Court House
be cleaned, and put in a sanitary
condition. In the present state the
beal th of the officers in the court
bouse and the jail are in danger.
The sewerage pipe running from
the court room should be. made to
conduct the sewerage, and slopes
to some ditch, and the use of this
yard for purposes it is now being
used should bo prohibited.
N. T. Timmerman,
E. B. Dasher,
J. B. Holmes.
Report Of Committee On Road
Bridges *And Ferries :
We have noticed the road
>ridge8 etc., and find them in
;ood condition with some few ex
leptions. One new steel bridge,
Lpd-two wooden bridges are now
h course of construction. These
ire large size bridges, all small
>ridges are being done away with,
md culverts put in where suoh is
tactical. We believe the Super
ior is doing what he can to bet
er the thoroughfare of the ooun
7, and that portion which is not
? good shape, we have good rea
on to believe soon will be.
A. B. Franklin.
J. E. L?rick,
J. A. Lott,
W. 0. Scott.
We los i re to rei urn thanks to
[is Honor, Judge Dantzler, to the
olicitor and the other officers of
ie court for the assifc&nci ren
ered UB, aud courteeie3 extended.
B R. Smith,
dgefiold, S. C., Aug. 7, 1907.
Beautiful Ru?9and Art Squares
] sizes and attractive designs.
Ramsey & Junes.
1 am now prepared to
to Plane Lumber of all
kinds, and can fill orders
for Rough and Dressed
Lumber in any quantity.
Large supply of Bricks,
Lime, Cement and Shin
gles always on hand.
jfj(^"Wanted: ioo cords
of Pine Wood.
E s. JOHNSON
Uer-Schedule cf Ap
We |She committee appointed
by the Sutton Growers' Associa
tion off Edgefield cou a ty at its
meeting on August 3rd, 1907, to
'arrange} for the organization of
^nwnstfip Cotton Growers' Asso
ciation^: throughout the county
bave-se|ured the services of Mr.
W.~Jr Gaines as county organizer
a^nd ^nave appointed the dates
Herewith, published for him to
Melt the differer t sections of oar
county sud organize sub or town
ship associations of the cotton
growere^^We trust that the dates
fixed will.'euit the convenience of
thoaeinterestcd in the growing of
cotton, and all farmers throughout
the conn fy, to ? attend the meet
ing and join in. this movement
which has already accomplished
so,much for' their interests, and
which may mean more for them
in the future than the most opti
mistic can contemplate.
The Cotton Growers Associa
tion was organized when cotton
was selling at seven cents a pound
and ander its organization, while
the people of Edgefield county
have taken little iuterest in it, we
have seen the price of cotton un
der increased production advance
until it is to-day selling for 18$
cents. We do not need to organ?
ize a cotton, growers trust, but let
us take a look at the world's map
and prepare to execute properly
and in a businesslike manner the
trust which nature has entrusted
to us. It is our mission to clothe
tbe world, and how much longer
shall we allow it to be admited
in evory quarter that the man who
gro we-sott on is the poorest paid
man of all occupations. If the
world's, cotton growers are not
properly compensated, it is large
ly their own fault.
We apk our people to meet Mr.
W. J.?Gaines at tbe places men
tioned dn the dates fixed and c>:
operate mth him according to)
their bnsf judgment and assist
bim in organizing the cotton
growers of our county. Where
possible, we would be gladVfor
some one in each section to have
a barbecue dinner at the .place bf
meeting on the day fixed, and let
our - farmprs meet and unite for
their best interest?. Mr.'Gaiiies
w3r take up the warehouse propo
sition.-With our people wherever
desired. Mr. Gaines will be .ac
compj?nied and assisted by Co!
S. B. Mays at most of these meet
W. A. Strom,
8. B. Mays.
D. B. Hollingsworth,.
'MBpA. E. Padgett;*-;: /
Meetings will be held as fol
lows: -^Pleasant Lane, August
19th; 'Meeting Street, August
20th ; Johnston, August 21st, at
ll a. rn. Harmony, August 21st,
at 4 p. tri. Long Branch, August
22nd ; Trenton, August 23rd ; Ro
pers, l||^8t 24th; Meriwether
Hall, J|igu$t 26th ; Colliers, Au
gust 27th j Bed Hill, August 28th ;
Modoc,^August 29th; ParkaviU'e,
August 30th; Plum Branch, Au
gust 81st; White Towo, Septem
ber, 2nd; Longmires, September
5rd ; Rehoboth, September 4th;
Dleora, September 5th; Antioch,
September 6tb; Edgefield, Sep.
Card of Thanks.
I employ this means to thank
ny friends for their support in
he election for cotton weigher.
[ feel that I am under lasting ob
igati?ns to many of my friends
?ho have supported me so loyally,
ind I desire to express my high
iet appreciation for- their kind
less. I shall at all times bold my
?elf ready to return the favor.
W. L. Holson.
When placing your Insur
ance give me a call. I rep
resent a very strong line of
FIRE - - -
Insurance Companies, our
Agent for the largest
Insurance Co. I will ap
preciate a share of yourbusi
ness. 1 can be found at my
office-Office No. a?-ovar Bank of
Ijamee T: MIM^
S a delicious chew,
made from the best
North Carolina leaf;
a leaf that has a spec
ial texture, a special
flavor and which
makes RED EYE a
specially fine and satis
Most people prefer it H st
to tobacco costing one
dollar per pound.
Ask your dealer for it and _
insist on him keeping; ft. 11 J
Write ?or Special Pri?es.
taands Ha?e Kidnej
TrooMe and Weyer Suspect iL
frexalcncr of Kidner DtscaM.
Most people do not realize the alarm?
mg increase, and remarkable prevalence
of kidney disease.
While kidney dis
orders are the
diseases that pre
vail, they are
almost the last
patient and phy
sicians, who con
teith doctoring the effects, while the orig
inal disease undermines the system.
What To ?io.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy,
fulfills every trish injuring rheumatism,
pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder
and every part of the urinary passage.
It corrects inabiljfty to hold water
and scalding pain Xn. passing it, or. bad
effects following rise of liquor, wine or
beer, and overcomes that unpleasant ne
cessity of being compelled to go often
during the day; ?nd to get up many
times during the night. The mild and
the extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root
is soon realized.; It stands the highest
for its wonderful cures of the most dis
tressing cases. * If you need a medicine
you should have the best. Sold by drug
gists in fifty?cent and one-dollar sizes.
Yon: may have a sample bottle and a
book\ that tells all fg^L
aboutit, bothsentfree^ ^?wafe^^
barat?n, N. Y. ' When Btaa?cf ihrimy-SMt
writing mention this paper and don't
make any mistake, but remember the
name; Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and
the address, Binghamton, N. Y.
Don't make any mistake, but
remember the name, Swamp
Root, Dr. Kilmer's Sw,imp-Root,
and the address, Binghamton, N.
Y., one^ery bottle.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Edgefield,
In Probate Court.
C. C. Reynold*, as administrator of
the estate of Mrs. Martha E. Rey
nolds, deceased, and in bis own right,
et al. ;
William T. Miller, Essie MU 1er,
Hammond Miller, Johnny Miller,
Mattie Lou Miller and Willie Miller.
To Tb? Defendants Above Named:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer complaint in this
action which is filed io tbe office of
the Probate Ju dge for Edgefield
County, South Carolina, and to serve
a cony of your answer to said com
plaint on t tie snbscriber at his office,
in the town of Edgeiieid, South Caro
lina, within twenty days after ser.
vice hereof, exclusive of the day of
iud! service; and if you fail to an
swer the complaint within the time
ftforesaid, i he plaintiffs in this action
?rill apply to the Court for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
B. E. N icholson,
Dated July 30,1907.
: J. D. Allen. [Seal]
Judge of Probata E. C.
To the Defendants :
William T. Miller, Essie Miller,
Hammond Miller.Johnny Miller, Mat
tie Lou Miller and Willie Miller.
Take notice that the complaint of
this action, which is for the sale in
the real estate of Mrs. Martha E. Rey
nolds, deceased, in aid of personal
issets to pay debts, together with the
lummons is filed tn the office of the
Fudge of Probate for Erl ge Held Conn
;y. South Carolina,
dated July SO 1907.
Judge of Probate E. C.
B. E. Nicholson,
To Hammond Miller, Johnny Mil
er and Mattie Lou Miller infant de
endants above the age of fourteen
14) years, and to William T. Miller,
ha father of Willie Miller, an infant
lefendant under the age of fourteen
14; y en re, and the person with whom
aid infants reside :
You will take notice that if you |
ail to bave a Guardian Ad Litern ap
pointed to represent the interests of
he said infant defendants in tbe
ibove entitled action, within twenty
lays from date ot service of the sum
nons upon you, that then the plain
iffs will make application for the
tppoiotment of such Guardian Ad
J te. m in the .manner prescribed by
B. E. Nicholson,
uly 30, 1907.
Large, assortment -pf window
hades at very reasonable prices
Ramsey & Jones.
RUBBER TIRES: I- have a
a achine for resetting your old -
ires or putting on new ones,
test rubber tires carried in stock.
.11 work guaranteed. \.m
W. H. Powell.
J?S. S. BYRO,
EDGEFIELD. S. C.
jpyOffice, over Post-Office.
EDGEFIELD, S. C. ;
ate and County Depository
I. C. SHEPPARD, W. W. ADAMS,
'. H. BOUKNIGHT, T. U. BAINSTOB
r. M. COBB, B. 9. HOLLAND,
L S. TOMPKINS, C. C FULIBB.
W. E. PRESCOTT.
O FF IC ER 9.
C. SHEPPARD, President,
v. w. APAfcS, Visafrei g>nt.
E. J. M I MS, Cashier
J, H. ALLEN, A*?'* Cashjpr.
'ays interest on deposits by special
loney to loan on liberal term.-,
'rompt and polite attention to bus
YOUR Account Solicited
Special and Unusual Sale
of the Famous
at prices never before equalled.
Inert is nOW In our Undermuslin Department a sale of goods that
will surprise and delight you. The garments
gOUig On are all made in the best manner and under the most
Sanitary conditions. With all cotton materials higher, at the present time
than they have been in the past ten years, the values are most striking,
Every single garment is priced so low that von wonder how we can do it.
We,<ouiselve8,are aiitonished at the showing, HS the material alone would
cost much more than the finished garments. We are proud of the goods and
want you to see and appreciate onr offering at this particular sale. Come
earls'-anticipnte your Undermuslin wants for the next season. Our. only
fear is that we will not be able to supply all your needs.
Come Early. The assortment may not
The Corner Store
W. H. Turner, Prop.
Wild continue until Au
gust the Fifteenth.
Tell your friends about
our Great Sale, so they can
secure some of the Bar
ADVERTISER BUILDING EDGEFIELD, S. C
JARS in 1 Pt., 2 Pt., and
and 2 Quart sizes.
Fruit Jar Rubbers and
Jones & Son
Is here and you need Hot, weather
Clothing. We can fit yon in Stylish
Haye you seen our beau
tiful Negligee Shirts, Ho
siery and Neckwear?
DORN & mm
LOW GUT ?HQE$
TWO P?SQE SUITS
AJlfL THE RATEST PATTERNS
Call and see our line
W. A, HA?RT,,