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WEDNESDAY, SEP.,4, 1907.
The Edgefiald Baptist church
uow has a juuior pastor.
Graded school opeus Septem
ber the- 18th, at 9 o'clock.
The session 1907-08 of the Cor
tege ?viii b-pgin on September 26tb,
at 10 o'clock.
Mrs. D. S. DuBose left yester
day to spend the remainder of the
h.ated term in the mountains.
Miss Lizzie Griffin arrived on
Monday to speed some lime with
her sister, Mrs. 0. Sheppard.
Mr. W. T. Walton, Edgefield
county'e model farmer, visited the
county seat on busiuess on Friday
Mr. George' 01i8by, of Birming-,
hara, ie visiting bis sisters, Mrs.
J. M. Cobb and Mrs. Emma
Mrs. W. D. Jennirgs and her
daughter, Mrs. Permelia Jennings
Strom, of Augusta, are visiting
friends iu Edgefield.
No, Anderson cannot claim
Master C. E. Burts, Jr. He belongs
. to Edgefield. Already our people
have a deep and abiding affection
Mr. Albert Dczier, tife courte
ous and efficient agent of the
Southeru at Johuston, spent Sun
day in Edgefield.
The month with R iu it has ar
rived bnt eggs aro scarce and, with
the thermometer raoeiug around
dOO, oysters are not yet in evi
Mr. Ernest Cogbum came down
on Saturday afternoou and carried
bis sister, Miss Ida Cogburr, up
to spend Sunday with her parents
Gen. M. C. Butler gave a de
lightful barbecue on Saturday
near bis home on the bill. A score
or more of his friends enjoyed the
Miss Grace Tompkins has re
turned afte- a very delightful
tour of the north, being accompa
nied by h*r brother, Mr. D. A.
Miss Hettie Sheppard bas re
turned after a very pleasaut stay
iu the mountains. She returned
by way of Greeuwood and Augus
ta where she visited relatives.
Four very pretty young ladies,
Misses . Cecil Johnson, Bessie
Ouzts, Su3ie Corbin and Pearl
McManup, ture guests at the hos
pitable home of Mr. J. Trapp Mc
Mauus this we^k.
Mr. Percy M. Feltham came
down and upeut Sunday with MrB.
Feltham and little Percy, who is
the pet of Buncombe. Mrs. F?ltr
ham met Mr. Feltham in Augusta
Capt. and Mrs. 0. P. Bright
will occupy the home of Mr. R.
W. Timmons after Mrs. Timmons
and the children leave for Bir
mingham, which will probably be
about the 1st of October.^
Mr. Jas. E. Hart is now in the
northern and eastern markets pur
chasing a large stock of merchan
dise. Mr. Hart goes in persoD to
headquarters and purchases the
newest and best of everything.
Mr. Joseph Addison, one of the
most progressive fa? mers io Salu
da county, came doarn and spent
Saturday and Sunday with his
mother, Mrs. V. C. Addison. He
was accompanied by two of hit
Rev. Royal Shannonhouse bat
returned from a very pleasant va
cation which be spent at Pleasanl
VaWpy, N. C. Being very foud ol
outdoor sport, Mr. Shaun on h oust
spent much of the time fishinganc
The Oil Mill will charge foi
ginning cotton this season on*
dollar per bale for 400 pounds o:
less ; 25 cents per 100 pound
where the bale weighs over 40<
pouuds Take your cotton to th<
oil mil! a> d get good turnout ant
PRESCRIPTIONS our special
ty. We solicit your Prescriptions
dav or night.
"WE GUARANTEE pure drugs
accurate compounding, and rea
W. E. LYNCH & CO.
. Mr. J. Rubensteiu is a very de
voot member nf thu Jewisl
church and is always loyal an
true to the traditions of his.pee
pie and the teachings of his churo
In order to observe the Jewis
New Year, Mr. Rulenstein wi)
close bis .store on Monday an
Tuesdav next, September 9th an
Mr. Henry Powell ought to ad
a truuk factory-to his wagon an
repair business. He made a larg
case for Mr J. E. Hart's sump!
cabinet that would do credit t
any well equipped furuitore fa<
tory. All who saw ic were greatl
surprised that such a case coul
be made in Edgefield.
FOR SALE: Five huudre"
bushels of prue Appier oat? ft
seed. Applv to
* B. R. Tillman, Jr.
Dr. F, C. Hodges is again i
his post with G. L. Fenn & Soi
When he left us very general r<
gret was expressed, and upon h
return lo remain permanent!
equally as great rejoicing is hear
on every hand. Dr. Hodges is n(
only a very skilled pharmacii
and salesman but a high tone
gentleman who makes frienc
wherever be goes.
; .-"Uncle" John Tompkins' g
widowerhood will end with
week and he is already smi
Mrs. Tompkins and the little
will return frcm Henderspi
C., ou Saturday.
The first bale of new colton
brought to Edgefield on Tb
day, August 29tb, by Mr. R
Broadwater and was sold to
W. W. Adams for 14 cents
pound-a good piice for e,
Mr. Homer Williams is 1
Messrs. May & Prescott for
busy fall season. Homer is a
lite, courteous, energetic ye
man and makes au exsel
Mr. J.-.W. Reese who bas I
down on General Butler's f
doing some building says
General has already had at
thirty tons of hay mowed and
Messrs. May & Prescott,
progressive young groceryn
have purchased a modern d
for hauling freight and deliver
merchandise around town. T
always keep abreast of the til
along all lines.
After a very pleasant sojo
with loved ones in Edgefield, A
Tillie You?gblood has returnee
her duties as teacher at the
nhauage in Augusta, which pi
tion 6he bas filled so accepta
for about twenty-five ye?rs.
Mr. WTilbur Strom gave up
pos;tion with Messrs. G. L. Pe
& Son .to accept a position
salesman in the clothiug store
Mr. W. A. Hart, having, ente,
upon hJS dutiee at the latter pl
Boarders Wanted : Four you
men as boarders.-S. C. C. I. s
dents or clerks. Apply to
J. B. Haltiwauger
Miss Kate Pye will again bo
charge of Mr. Rubenstein's ml
uery department for the-fall s
son. Being possessed of exquis
taste and unusual skill, Miss I
made a great success of Mr. I
beusteiu's millinery deparlm?
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Turner Li
returned' after' spendijg sevei
weeks in Baltimore, Philadelpl
and New York. Very soon t
large and very beautiful stock
fall merchandise which they pi
chased will be on display at t
Mi*8 Teresa Haltiwanger w
leave for Greenville in about t
days to enter the Greenville Gi
lege for Women, having won t
scholarship in' that institude
Miss Vernor Haltiwauger will ?
company her and also become
matriculate in that institution ?
? he session of 1907-08.
Miss Hattie Lou Brunsc
daughter of Mr. W. P. Branson,
with Mrs-: W.'H. Dorn this wee
Hattie Lou recently uuited wi
Antioch church and will be ba
tized on the fourth Sunday. S
came down to attend the cente
nial session of the association ai
is being most cordially greeted.
Mr.-A. A. Glover has sever?
his connection with the Edgefie
Mercantile Company and M
Charles H. Key has been engag<
to fill his place. Mr. Key bas fe
merty-been with Mr. T. Garre
Talbert and is a.very capab
man. Mr. Glover has several ve
flattering offers but has not y
decided which he will accept.
Ail of Mr..M. D. Lyon's clildn
possess very decided musical tc
, eut except one, and that one, Mi
. Louise, is a genius in' matbeme
ics. She brought to our office
, few days ago a long and ve
, difficult example that she hi
, worked that no doubt would ba
baffled a majority- of the sebo
teachers in the county.
Everybody is greeting D
t GwaJ'.uey most affectionately. I
5 is beloved alike by white M
3 colored iu Edgefield. A few da;
1 ago the writer told an old color?
man that Dr. Gwaltney wou
soou be in.*Edgefield on avis:
r and, with his face wreathed :
3 smiles, the old darkey said : 1
r 8ho got ter take his bau' in mil
3 befo' he leaves. He's de one d
) baptiz?d m?s."
1 Mr. B. B. Jones spent the m
jor portion of last week in tl
furn itu re factories of High Pom
- N. C., purchasing a large stock i
t, all kinds of furniture for Messr
Ramsey & Jones. By being.on tl
j, spot ic person Mr. Jonss was ei
,- abled to purchase a larger assor
roentand at lower figures than 1
otherwise could bavu done.
It affords us very great pleasu
a to announce that after a long an
j tedious illness Mrs. Marvin Aul
>. bas recovered sufficiently to go I
h her father's home in Eufaul
b Ala. Rev. Mr. Auld, Mrs. Aul
?1 and Miss Nellie Ballowe left o
?* yesterday for Eufaula. Mr. Aul
(j will be absent for several weet
but will tecure some one to fi
d At a called couferenco on lat
8 Sunday moruing, the Baptit
" church unanimously granted
0 vacation to Dr. C. E. Burts wh
5" for some time bas been doing th
y work of two or three men. D;
d Burts will leave after the assooit
lion is o^?r .for a vacation of sev
j oral weeks or a month, speudin
a portion af tho time with hi
>r ag*d father, Rev. R. W. Burts, c
Mr. W. R. MoHugh is puttiu
up a ginuery on his farm tw
I' miles west of Edgefield, whicl
.r will b? a great convenience t
18 colton growers on the west sid?
'K Mr. McHugh's plant will have
capacity of twenty bales a day
, Being what is known as a suctioj
3 jBystem, everything will bo ver
I convenient .for those who patron
ize the Mcftugh ginnery.
Mr. R. W. TimmoDB bas gone to
Birmingham to.accept a position
as manager of a large bil mill
and fertilizer plant.
Mr.J Lewis Stevens isw no act
ing ii s salesman for Mr. J. W.
Peak and will be glad to welcome
and serve his friends at this pop
Mr. F. E. Rinehart, of Saluda
county, paid The Advertiser a
pleasaot visit last Thursday. We
shall have more to say of bis visit
nf xt week.
Mr. D. E. Hollingsworth will
gin for the public this season. His
ginuery makes a good sample and
cleans the seed well, hence he will
be largely patronized.
The rapidity with which cotton
has opened has surprised many
perBons. The Edge-field Oil Mill
ginued six bales on Saturday the
last dav of August and 25 on yes
Master David Walker aud Miss
Ruth Walker are " guests of their
uncle and aunt, Capt. and Mrs.
N. G. Evans. Miss Ruth is spend
ing a portion of the time with
pretty .little Miss Nell. Jones.
The beloved Dr. L. R. Gwaltney
arrived on Tuesday morning and
will remain iu Edgefield at least
through Sunday next, possibly
longer. He will preach in the Bap
tist chnrch on Sunday morning
Mr. J. D. Holstein will leave
on Saturday for New York to pur
chase a holiday ntock for the
Lynch drag store. He will be ac
companied by* Mr. W. B. Duno
vant aud Masters Edward Lynch
and Bubber Holstein.
Mrs. D. B. Hollingsworth re
turned on Saturday last from
Baltimore, where she had been un
der medical treatment for some
time at the Johns Hopkins hospi
tal. It affords ns great pleasure to
state that she has been fully res'
tored to health.
Mr. John T. Faulkner came up
from North Augusta on Monday
to look aftor some business mat
ters io Edgefield. Mr. Faulkner
says he has no trouble in dispos
ing of the output of his mill at
good prices, and that he still has
enough timber to supply his mill
tor about a year;
? Half Truth.
"Uncle" Dtnnis, the faithful
old colqred sexton of the Baptist
church, says: "Doctor Burts ain't
er gwine ter take no vacation.
He'll 3ist go to Anderson an'play
wid dat boy ali Hay an'walk wid
bim all oight. T% u he'll need rest
wurser when he git back den when
he lef 'Edgefield."
Corner Store's Millinery. <
Mrs. Turner accompanied M"r.
Turner on his recent trip north
and together they purchased a
large and very beautiful stock of
milHuery for the Corner Store. In
due season, it will arrive and be
d' laved. Mr. Turner says the
*r -inge for the approaching
on are unusually bright and
g-ty and pretty, equally as pretty
as the trimmings for the Sp^'og
About a year ago tb- cemetery
association, chiefly through its
officers, took iu hand the matter
of improving thejvillage cemetery.
Step by step very marked improve
ments have been made. Our en
.ire community is greatly indebt
ed to Dr. C. E. Burts and the
other officers for the improved ap
pearance of the cemetery. The
chrysanthemum association w
replenish the treasury this fa.
and additional work eau then be
Business Changes Hands.
Hon. T. Garrett Talbert ha.
sold his mercantile business U
Messrs. L. S. and Cuttino 'Melli
champe who, we understand, wil
continue the business under th<
firm name of Mellichampe Bros
The stock is now being listed auc
as soon as this work is compl?t?e
the formal transfer will be made
Edgefield will extend a most cor
dial welcome to the Messrs. Melli
champe sud their families. W<
need scores and scores of goo(
citizens such as they are. Mr
Talbert has not yet definitely de
cided upon his future plans.
Large Experience, Excellent Judg
Mr. J. M. Cobb anuouuees th
arrival of new fall goods ii: hi;
large advertiEiemeut this week
He is now displaying new am
very t tylieS dress fabrics, also th
latest and most beautiful novel
ties. For upwards of thirty year
Mr. Cobb bas been in the mercan
tile business, and his large ex
perience, together- with his excel
leLt judgment, enables him to bu;
to very great advantage. In thi
way his patrons are bentjfitted b;
his ripe experience as a merchant
Mr. Cobb is closing out the re
mainder of summer goods at ver;
iow prices. Call to see him.
Good Seed Market.
Very soou cotton seed will b
pouring iuto the Edgefield market
There will be seven regular buy
ers, and uo doubt the bidding wi!
he lively. Mr. W. W. Adams
weigher this season will b
Mr'. W. E. Byrd. Mr. W. C
Holmes will represent Messre
May & Presoott. Mr. Albert Eu
banks will buv for Mr. M A. Tay
lor and Mr. Donald Smith wil
buy for Mr. E. S Johnson. Be
sides these Mr. A. M. Timmerman
Mr J. W. Cheatbam and the oi
mill will be in the market. Thi
is a strong array of buyers am
the competition promises to b
lively, which, will keep the prici
up to tbe top uo'ch. If you are ii
the habit cf selling your cottoi
seed, bring them lo Edgefield.
A new Ginnery.
Mr. Roger Hill is putting np a
first-class ginnery at hi? farm
four miles north of Edgefield. His
lamented father, Mr. Marry S.
Hill, conducted a public ginnery
very successfully at the Bame site
for a number of years. Roger has
purchased a new i-utfit, including
two 70-saw gin6, and will be
equipped for doing first-class
Opening of Graded School.
Tho next session of the Edge
field Graded School, will open on
Wednesday morning, September
the 18tb, at 9 o'clock. The follow
ing teachers will be in charge:
Miss Hattie Newsox, Miss Minnie
Dicks, Mips Hortense Padgett,
Mrs. Hallie Grer.eker and Miss
Jenuio Pattison. All children fiom
the first to the eighth grade, in
cluding the 8th grade, are urged
to be present on that morning.
Col. F. N. K. "Bailey will make
an address at the opening exer
cises and it is especially desired
that all parents be present.
Edgefield's Cotton Buyer s.
For several years Edgefield has
been one of the leading cotton
markets in this section of the
state. Not a few farmers on the
west-side who used, to haul their
cotton to Augusta now bring it to
Edgofield. During the present sea
son there will be six buyers on the
local market as follows: May &
Prescott, H. A. Smith, Jones &
Soo, W. W. Adam?, Edgefiold
Mercantile Company and the
Edgefield Manufacturing Compa
ny. AU of them being eager for
cotton, the farmers, who bring cot
ton to Edgefield can depend upon
it that they will receive the best
Missionary Ladies Beautifully En
tertained in Two Elegant Homes.
Six buggies, with thirteen oc
cupante, drove out of Edgefield on
Tuesday afternoon, their destina
tion being Bold Spring, and the
Woman's Missionary Union. In
the interim however between Tues
day afternoon and Wednesday
morning, they hud another object
in view. They had been promise i
a most delightful and unique ex
perience. This was a cordial invi
tation from Hon and Mrs. W. A.
Strom and Dr. and Mrs. J. H.
Self to spend the night at these
homes, the most elegant country
homes in the county if not in the
state. So charmed were they with
the first night's hospitality that
they spent the night after the
meeting also in these homes, tak
ing tums in spending a night at
each place. They all came home
full of enthusiasm over their de
lightful reception on Tuesd^jrfcpd
Wednesday'nigbt, and Mf?Tstrom
and Mrs. Self need not be sur
prised at a repetition of such an
avalanche at anytime.
Endorsement Prom Her Pastor, .
President Bailey received the
following endorsement of ..Mise
Lula Tisdale from her pastor;
Rev. C. Almon Upchurch, o:
Baptist church of BarlingtoL^x^
"Your communication regarding
Miss Lula Tisdale,, of our city, ie
before me. I am glad to be able to
commend her to you as a-young
woman of splendid attainments.
I have known lier as a teacher in
the high Behool where I was pie
pared for college; as a prominent
teacher since those years, and foi
over a year I have served as a
pastor of her church.
Miss Tisdale is a splendid
Christian young woman, of amia*
ble disposition1 and pleasing man
ners. I have known her as a teach
er for seven years and have yet tc
hear the first complaint regarding
her ability to teach, her disposi
tion or her tact in performing bei
She has a good, well-trainee
voice, sndis.really the only solo
ist in th.? city that can commauc
the attention of a popular audi
The only thing that ia han
about writing this endorsement ii
that I hate to lose har from nv
choir, and I hate to give up or
A Humane Appeal.
A humane citizen of Richmond
Ind., Mr. UD Williams, 107 Weal
Main St., says: "I appeal to al
persons with weak lungs to tak
Dr. King's New Discovery, th'
only remedy that has helped m
and fully comes up to the proprie
tor's recommendation." It save
more lives than all oiher throa
and lung remedies put togethei
Used as a cough and cold cure th
world ever. Cures asthma, bri ^chi
tis, croup, whooping cough, quinsj
hoarseness and phthisic, stop
hemorrhages of the lungs am
builds them up. Guaranteed 50
and $1.00. Trial bottle free. B
Timmons, G. L. Penn & Son W
E. Lynch & Co.
We have just received a larg
supply of fresh turnip seed: Rut
Baga, White Globe, Flat Dutcl
Golden Ball, Purple Top, Sevo
Top and other popular varietiei
direct from Landrath's seed farrx
W. E. Lynch & Co.
Beautiful Hair. Brushes an
Combs. We want the ladies to.se
our beautiful Brushesatd Combi
Examine them before buying.
G. L. Penn & Son,
nursing mothers by ii
It provides faa)
and mineral food
Peacock- Sxny ly.
Invitations have been received
hi Edgefield to the marriage of
Mr. St. Clair ?myly and Miss
Lillie Mae Peacock, which will oc
cur at the bride's home in Macon,
Ga., ou September 19th. Mr. and
Mrs. Smyly will make their, home
in Eastman, Ga.
Mr. James T. Minos told us of a
trip he took last we?-k in the Tren
tou section. He went down by tbe
farms of Mr. Jobu Miller aud Mr.
Albert Miller and returned by Mr.
George Swoariugen's. He says that
I he uever saw more magnificent
crops in his life than he beheld ou
that trip. Mr. Mims saw vast
acres of fiae oom but the finest was
Mr. George Swearingen's William
I ' '
Au editor is a millionarie with
out money, a Congressman out of
a job, a king without a throne. He
constructs without a hammer or
a saw, builds a railroad without
rails or spikes, and farms without
a plow. He runs a butcher shop in
the journalistic world deals out
brains for cash or credit. He loves
those who advertise with him like
a brother. The editor is a teacher,
a lawyer, a preacher; he sends
forth truth to save souls and gets
lost himself. H9 heals the wound
ed, cares for the dying, rescues
the perishing, and then starves
himself when a ham saudwich of
kindness would jerk him from
the jaws of death.-Ex.
Two Bank? For Johnston.
Tile town of Johnston is to have
another bank, to be known as the
Farmers' and Merchants' Bank.
The capital of the new institution
will bo $25,000, the par value of a
share being $50. Wo have been in
formed that about all of the stock
bas been taken and a charter has I
been applied for. The new bank
will open for business in tempora
ry quarters about the 15th of Oc
tober. A he* and very handsome
building will be erected later.
The promoters of the Farmers'
and Merchants' Bank are not an
tagonistic to the Bank of John
ston, which is now and has always
beeu splendidly managed. They!
simply wish to increase the bauk
ing.facilitios of the towu. No an
nouncement has been made as to
who the officers wilf ba
Miss Mims' Masterpiece. .
Some weeks ago Hon. Th os. H.
Rainsford carried a photograph, of
Mrs. Rainsford to Mic3 Eliza
Mims and engaged ber to paint
a large portrait in oil from it,
all of which . was done without
Mrs. Rainsford's knowledge.
The photograph was taken in New
York in November 1889, while
Mr. and Mrs. Rainsford were on
their bridal tour. The large oil
p'ortrait, mounted in a handsome
gilded frame, is now complete,
ready to be delivered. It is a fault
less reproduction, a facsimile, of
the photograph that was taken
when Mrs. Rainsford was a brfde.
Even a glance at the portrait from
an untutored eye reveals the fact
that it was wrought by the hand
of an artist. Miss Mims has paint
ed a great number of large por
traits but'those who have seen
this, the latest product of her
genius, pronounce it to be her
From President of Clinton College.
As a music teacher, Miss Louise
Couch is highly commended in
the following communication from
Mr. J. C. C. Dunford, president
Clinton College, Clinton, Ky.
"I take pleasure in speaking
words of commendation of Miss
Louise Couch both as a Christian
lady and a faithful teacher. As a
teaoher of music she has given the
highest satisfaction. She is not
ouly a very superior teacher of
piano, but also of violin, mando
lin aod guitar.
In her teaching she is always
gentle but firm, commanding the
utmost respect of her pupils. She
is ever quiet and pleasant.
I most heartily commend her tc
anyone wishing a first-clas teach
Letter to C. W. Watson.
?Edgefield, S. C.
Dear Sir : A ten-ye ar-old boy cami
info a store fora quart of white pain
and said : "They are nice letters De
voe writes, a'n't they. Mr. Knight?
In Bridgetown, Mame,
"Are they what brought you here?'
asked the 'merchant. "Yes; ma sait
getaquartof white; and I've corni
Tor the least gallons paint*"
That boy'>l be a man before his
. Yours truly
F W DEVORE & CO.
Edgefield Mercantile (7o.
l am now ready to gin you
cotton. Good sample, seed wei
cleaned. My pricejis 30 ce?ts pe
buudred. I pay the highest marke
price for seeii at my gin. You:
D. B. Hollingsworth.
Why order Lace Curtains iron
? catalog house or a city store
We can save you money. An iu
spection of our large stock is al
Edgefield Mercantile Co.
fon strengthens enfeebled 9
icreasing their flesh and *
ly with the necessary fat ?r>
f pr healthy growth. S
ITS j SOO. AND S 1.00. ?
Cotton Weigher Morgan.
The newly elected cotton weigh
er} Mr. T. P. Morgan, entered up
on hi? duties bright and early
Mbuday morning. He will board
daring the cotton season instead
of moving; his family to Edgefield.
In order to. baudle cotton with
dispatch and prevent a congestion
!of wagons about the depot, Mr.
Morgan has at considerable ex
pense purchased platform scales
[especially designed for weighing
cotton. By usiug these the bales
eau be weighed as rapidly as they
can be tbrowu on and off. Like
his predecessors, Mr. Morgan will
give personal attention to bis
duties and will do bis utmost to
satisfy both the buyers and the
Running a newspaper is just
likeruuning a hotel, only differ
ent. When a man goes into a hotel
and finds something on the table
which does not suit him, he does
not raise hades with the landlord
and tell him to stop his old hotel.
Well, hardly 1 He sets that dish
to one side and wades into the
many dishes that suit him. It is
different with some newspaper
readers. They find au article oc
casBionally that does not suit
them exactly, and without stop
ping to think it may please hun
dreds of other readers, make a
grand play and tell the editor how
a paper should be run an what
should be put into it. But such
people are becomiug fewer every
I take this means of informing
my frionds that I am still with
E. S. McCreary & Co., Augusta's j
leadiug Clothiers and Furnishers.
I shall be pleased to serve my
Edgefield friends at all times. Call
to see me when in the city.
C. M. Rautou.
Store under Albion Hotel.
The Rate of cost on Dwellings
and Baros in the country is $1.20
per hundred or if three, years, 80
cts per hundred.
E. J. Norris, Agt.
We sell the famoue Lipton and
Druid parched coffee, ground and
Large supply of Chamois Skins
on hand, superior quality.
Appointments at Trenton
Crown and Bridge Work a Special
Pure-Food Law Vinegar.
Just received fresh lot pure
Apple and White Wine Vinegar.
Something that will keep pickles.
Don't forget us when in need of
pure vinegar for making pickles,
also al' spices, etc.
G. L. Penn & Son.
We would be glad for the
houbewives to see our large stock
of Crockery. We have plain and
decorated ware, and can supply
the needs of every home.
Ramsey & Jones^
If you want the fiuest Felt Mat
tress made, let us 6ell you a "Rex"
or a "Dexter." There is nothing
Ramsey & Jones.
Full stock of shoes and rubbers.
If you want the best give us a
May & Tompkins.
The Aetna and Ph?nix are al
most the only Companies accom
modating enough to insure"youi
tenanted country buildings, be
cause you give them your better
class of business. Do you appre
E. J. Norris, Agt.
Those who have tried oui
"White Star" Coffee will use uc
G. L. Penn & Son.
Very Handnome Toilet Sets
ranging in price from $3.50 tc
Ramsey & Jones.
Beautiful assortment of Iror
and Enameled beds. We invite th<
ladies to call to see them.
Ramsey & Jones.
We have Ammen's Prickly Heal
gaby Powder. Call and try it.
G. L. Penn & Son.
New supply of Hammocks anc
Edgefield Mercantile Co.
Heintz's Baked Beans just re>
Very low rates to Norfolk. Va.
return account Jamestown ter
centennial exposition via SOUTH
Seapon, sixty day and fifteet
day tickets on sale -daily com
mencing April 19th, to and in
cluding November 30th, 1907.
Very low rates will also b<
mad? for Military aud Brasi
Bauds in uniform attending th(
Stop overs will be allowed or
Season, Sixty day and fifteen daj
tickets, same as on Summer tour
For full information call o:
Ticket Agents Southern Railway
R. W. HUNT,
Division Passenger Agent,
Charleston. S. C
Beaatiful line of stationery
Tablets, box paper and paper by
Dress Goods, Ladies'
Waists and Novelties.
Fine dress Shoes now
opening Don't fail to
get our prices always be
fo re yon buy.
Summer Goods going out
AT COST Winter Goods
coming in at Low Prices.
JAS. M. COBB
Drop in and let us show you our New Fall
Styles in Foot-wear for Men and Boys.
We sell the celebrated
and would be glad to fit you with a pair. We car
ry all leathers and all styles of toes.
???P"A11 we ask is a trial of the Crossett Shoe.
DORN & minis
Only a few vacant
places remain in the
quently those who
have not made ap
plication for ad
mission had better
do so at once, as
there is no question
about the fact that
every place will be
taken before school
Pres. F. N. K. BAILEY,
Edgefield, S. C.
Our store is well fill
ed with the newest and
prettiest things in Dry
Goods and Notions,
We invite the ladies
to call and see these
JAS. E. HART
Get your Laundry in Tuesdays.
Ten Thousand COWS and HORSES
the Greatest Milk Producer and Fattener known,
loo lb. sacks $1,35 for Dairy and $1.40 for Horse,
Call or writs ?c.
ARRINGTON BtJOS. & CO.;
* AUGUSTA, GA.