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WEDNESDAY, DEC. 4, 1907.
I Local News. *
Maro ie cc ming.
Maro is the prince of magicians.
Penn's statuary window is teing
g reatly admited.
Miss Irene Fuller is the guest
of her sister, Mrs. W. A. Byrd.
The St.. Paul Gio! e says: "To
say that Maro is less than the
greatest would be a figure o
speech that would do Maro an i
M a J. T. Littlejohn has bee
elected assistant teacher of the
Red Hill school.
Rev. and Mrs. J. T.. Littlejohn,
accompanied by their little sous,
UJ. T." and Charlie Bell, were
among the visitors to Edgefield on
I wish tho ladies to know that
1 have a complete assortment of j
t J. Rubenstein.
Mrs-. T. P. Burgess is in Ches- ]
ter this week in attendar ce upon
the state couventioo of the U. D.
C., being the delegate from ~tbe |
Mies Bertha Briggs, a former]
student and graduate of the S C.
C. I. who was greatly beloved iu
Edgefield, was chosen, queen of j
the carnival iu Manning last
week- , V
Try our 10-cents Salmon.
Pretly and piquant MisslMftry
Lily Fisher has gone on a pro
longed visit to her aunt who re
ides in Washington, D. C. lu
n sequence of her absence, some]
f the Edgefield young men aro |
earing long faces and will pass j
The managers of the Lyceum
inrse request all who have .not
id the first quarter .pf the sea
n's ticket to come forward at
OC3 and sett'e the amount. The
onoy will be needed to pay for
he n^xt attraction which will ap
ear in the opera house on Mon
ay evening next.
Attention is directed to the ad
vertisement of Mr. S. H Manget,.
one of Trenton's leading mer
chants, in this issue. He carries a
arge stock of Edison phonographs
and hundreds 'of records Mr. Man
got receives* subscriptions for
magazines, and offers Borne very
low olubbing rates. His annual
opening of holiday goods will bei
on December 10th, and he invites]
you to be present.
Rev Marvin' Auld will preach
iu.,th? Methodist chnrch on Sun-j
day morning next, which will be |
the only servie? in town. Thei
regular monthly union S8rvice;
wilt be held in the Baptist church
Sunday eveniug. and willjbe con
ducted by Rev. Mr. Burgess or
Hz v. Mr. Auld.
PRESCRIPTIONS our special
ty. We solicit your Prescriptions,
dav or n ight.
WE GUARANTEE pure drugs,
accurate compounding, and rea
sonable prices. .
W. E. LYNCH & CO. ?
Mr. W. A. Byrd, the assistant)
cashier of the Farmers Bank, hav
ing been - a great sufferer from
rheumatism for more than a
m >uth, left ou Thursday last for
Hot Spriugs, Ark., for treatment.
He was accompanied by Mr. Shaw
Swearingeu. We trust that Mr.
Byrci will soon return entirely re
lieved from the very painful
Mr. B. R? Tillman, Jr.r has re
turned from Missouri, where he
went reoeotly on business for
Senator Tillman. He says that
everything, particularly thc min
ing property, in the weet is at a
standstill on account of the re
cent financial stringency. Mr.
Tillman, accompanied by Mrs.
fill mau, will leave in about ten
days for Oklahoma to remain un
til after the first of January. They j
will theu go to Washington.
During the su moer our represent)
Npw York and selected in person t
pat behave ?yer shown. Io makin,
yoting, middle-aged and old-were a
pared to supply the needs of all el^ss
Our stock consists of :
? China Vases
We nentloo only a few lines, as i
mept m d?tail of our large stock. 1
yourself. Our large force of eal?
it is needless to add that ourstoi
fancy candie?, nuts of all kinds and
Christmas of 1907 linds us better
Shop earlv before the stock is pict
Dr. C. E. Burts, M-. Orlando
Sheppard, Col. and Mrs. F.N. K.
Bailey will attend the State Bap
tist convention which will meei
in Orangeburg on Friday.
The Now Haven Palladium'
say*: "Maro's fente WPTO brilliant
ly origin?l, delightfully and tan
talizingly mysterious. He enter
The lady in Darlington coun
ty who has deposited $100 in
bank, being the profits from one
hen, must have taken lessous in
poultry raising from Mrs. Joe
Those who have not yet paid
their taxes had better h?ed the
warning from County Treasurer)
J. T. Pattison in this issue. The
law says he must add the penalty
to all delinquents.
Jost r.ceived fresh shipment
Force, Grape Nuts, Oat Meal and
Mr. Joe Bronson will arrive
from Aiken to-day to Wsit bis
rothers and to try his luck JU the
waters of Turkey creek. Mr. Brun
soo is a great fi.-hemmu, and noth
ing gives him more pleasure than
to visit the scenes of hisboyhool.
Oui- bachelor friend, Mr. Wm.
R. Furse, of Trenton, like''some
other bachelors of whom we know,
mu8t have some very dear friend
hereabouts. For two consecutive
Sundays he hafc visited Edgefield,
worfchippiug iu tha Baptist church.
The friends of Mrs. W. L. Hol
80D will be happy to learn that
she has been steadily improving
since undergoing au operation in
Augusta, u;-.d that as a result of
the operation she will be entirely
restored to health.
FOR SALE : 1 suit of furniture,
I feather bed, pillows and mat
tress, iron bed.-tead s,chairs, tables,
cooking stove and wire safe; Ap
Miss Mary Buford
Idge?eld, S. C.
A teacher of a class in arithme
tic put this question lo one of the
boys : "If your father gave your
mother ten dollars to-day and
seven dollars to-morrow what
would she have?" The problem
was an easy Ono for the vouth,
and he promptly answt-red: "She'd
have a tit." -
"Rev. T. P. Burgess was sum
moned last wrek to the bedside
of his brother who was very se
riously ill with blood poisoning
in The hospital^in Sumter. His
life was saved however by the am
pu'atiuu of his loft arm. Mr.
Burgess returned on Saturday.
Mrs. John K.- Aull-nea Kate
Tompkins--has arrived to spend
several weeks with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tompkins.
Mrs. Aull is even prettier than
when she went from Edgefield a
bride nearly a jear ago, and is as
greatly, beloved by her Edgefield
friends now as then. . Mi. Aull is
in attendance upon court in Salu
Fresh shipment of currants, cit
ron, raisins, Bpices, etc., just re
ceived. Now is the time to make
the Christmas cakes.
W. E. Lynch & Co.
Miss' Effie Sheppard left on
Saturday morning for Society
Hill to attend the wedding of I
Miss Florence Rogers. She will
visit ?elatiyes in Marion and New
berry before she returns, which
will be just before the Christmas
holidays. Miss Lucile Sheppard
accompanied Miss Effie as far as
Colombia and returned on the
late train Saturday.
One of the prizes awarded at the
negro agricultural fair that was
receutly held at 'be Bett is Acade
my was $10 in gold, donated by
Mr. Jame? L. Quinby of Granite
ville to be given to the best all
round negro farmer in- Aiken or
Edgefi ld counties. The prize fell
to the lot of Ah x .Harris who
lives on the farm of Mrs. Kite D.
PHOTOGRAPHS: Before win
ter sets in, and the roads get bad,
have a good Photograph made of j
each of your children and all of
your loved ones.
R. ?. Mime.
itivf went direct;ip the importers of
he ' largest stock of |lq!iday Goods
? these selections, the wants of all
otioi pat ed. consequently we are pre
les and a ll ages of Hobday shoppers,
? Tptfef Set?
t is impossible.to make an announce-1
(Ve ibvite you to call and inspect for
pisen wjll gladly show you through
re is well supplied with plain "md
with all of the tropical fruits,
prepared than ever to s?rve our pa
L Just watch Maro, the magician
find a mouse in some young lady'i
muff on Monday night.
Mrs. W. H. Dorn is spending
this week in the Antioch sectior.
at the home of Mrs. D. P. Jones
Miss Mattie Mirna came home
from her school near Denmark
for the Thanksgiving season and
remained until Monday.
Dr. and Mrs. James Crosson, ol
Leesville, accompanied by Misi
Maude Crosson, were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Mims on
Miss Kathrine Fitzmaurice, a
beautiful society belle from Co
lumbia, is spending a fortnight
with htr sister, Mrs. Dr. J. S.
Mr. B. F. May s is spending a
fortnight's vacation with the
bomefolks. For some time he hbs
been engnged in civil engineering
The man who recently started
out frem New York to walk around
the world at the gait of 36 mibe
per day can almost equal our fel
lowtowusman, Mr. A S. Tomp
kins, as a walker.
"MT. James M. Cobb who is a
very liberal contributor to the or
phans sent eight pairs of shoes
to the Epworth Orphanage
la6t week as a Thanksgiving pres
ent. This was a very commendable
and thoughtful act.
Miss Ellen Du:?ovant who is a
matriculate of the College for Wo
men in Columbia came home to
spend the Thanksgiving season
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. L. Dunovant, and returned
to Columbia early Monday morn
Mr."and Mrs. Warren Fair, ac
companied by their very inter
esting little children, esm? up
from their home at Beech Island
aud spent a portion of last week
with Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Bruneon.
Mr. Fair is ono of the largest and
most successful farmers in the
Col. F. N K. Bailey not only
purchases many nice things for
bis students but he gets the best
of everything. He recently ordered
500 .pounds of pecans from the
owupr of a large pecan, grove in
Bamberg county These nuts are
of the paper shell variety and
are superior to the necans grown
in Texas, the great p^can produc
ing Bl ate. .
A great number of farmerB*iu
this county will be beuefitted^by
the rise in :he price of cotton. We
heard a gentleman say a- few drys
ago that he had just returned
from Saluda and that ba'.es of cot
ton cculd Le 'seen at nearly every
farm house* he passed. The large
farmers around Trenton are also
holding a considerable volume of
cotton. We understand that the
Trontou warehouse has about 400
bales stored iii; it.
Gard of Thanks From Rev. Slr.
The loss of our home fiu<l itt
cont? nts by fi ie has weigher]
heavily opou us but the kindness
of our friends, not only of the
west-side but of the entire county
aud state, has helped us to bear
it. And I lake this means of ex
pressing our siucere thauks for
their kindness at this time. We
shall always gratefully remember
what our frieuds have done for
us, also the beautiful and loving
spirit in which it was done.
J. T. Littlejohn.
Cold Spriug, S. C.
The Corner Store
Offers a limited amount of their
$5 00 Patent Kid Shoes at $4.00.
S4.C0 " " " " 3.00.
$3.50 " " " " 2 50.
$3:00 " " u " 350.
Tbese are not old sto'?k aud are
a: good stock as can be bought at
the regular pries.
The Corner Store.
Let,The Advertiser job office do
yonr printing. Satisfaction guar
anteed on every job sent out from
Allan's celebrated perfumery
in handsome bottles and in bulk
Try my imported Maoaroui and
best Cream Cheese, also delight
ful evaporated apples.
R. T. Scurry.
Wanted : To sell you a Mitchel
wagon and a Moyer buggy or car
Enfield Mercantile Co.
Large line of Rockers. Ww can
suit every taste and rv-'ry ? uree.
Rt.pas^. & Jones.
We can supply you with fring
ed instruments of all kinds at
Ramsey <v J.,n: s.
Wanted: Every young man in
Edg'field and vicinity to ku
I bat we have just recfiived a frppb
supply of . Nu!iuall\'8 ciudirs by
G. L. Penn & Son.
Large assortment of Colgate**
Parlor Barbez* Shop.
I am now conducting n firet
cla63 barber shop on tho corner,
next door to the Farmers B*nk.
Polite and competent barbers al
ways ou hand. Satisfaction guur
auteed.Your patronage is solicited
Homar L. Williams.
Wo bave just received a full
line of Colgate's perfumery and
violwt water-Apple Bloefom,
Jockey Club, C?ruatiou aud Vio
?. L. Penn & Son.
The Edgefield swain can make
his best girl smile more sweetly
than ever by giving her one of
those exquisitely beautiful toilet
sets at Lynch's.
The Continental has the lar
gest Surplus of all the Companies.
E. J. Norris, Agt.
Supervisor Self has requested
us to announce that the board if?
still open for bids for building
the steward's residence at the
county farra*. Plaus aud specifiea
tions'can be seeu in the office of
the Clerk of Court.
Mr. W. W. Ramsey spent sever
al days in Edgefield last week as
the guest of Mr. aud Mrs. B. B.
Jones. As a member of the firm of j
Messrs. Ramsey & Leggin, Mr.J
Ramsey is one of the largest cot
ton factors in Augusta.
In this issuer will be'found a
quarter-page advertisement of
Messrs. May & Tompkins, which
advertisement was won by this
enterprising firm as a prize for
having the prettiest store on the
day of the Curysanthemum fair.
You will profit by reading it.
Beautiful cake plates and des
sert sets richly inlaid with gold
are displayed at the Lynch drug
store. This ware is eutirely new
and should not be confounded
with cheap gilded glassware. The
adies are invited to see this very
artistic ware, also the beautiful
assortment of 'but glass.
'Uncle" Dennis /Wilson, the
faithful old sexton of the Baptist
church, having given up the place
toa younger and more active mau,
on the first of the month, the
members of tho church took up a
collection at' last week's pray r
rneeting and p-esented ''Uuc "
Dennis with a purse of someth r
That so many attended
Thanksgiving service held at h
Presbyterian church last Thu- ,
day morning was exceedingly
gratifying to the pastors who plan
ned thiB special service. There
were no talks or addresses of any
kind, the entire time being spent
in scripture reading, prayer and
Binding songs of praise. In many
respects this was an ideal meet
We are pleased to se<? that so
many people throughout the couu
ty baye invested very liberally
this year in fruit trees of all
kinds. It indicates that our peo
ple are prosperous, thrifty aud
thoughtful. lu improving a place
and in providing those thingB that
are both necessities and luxuries,
the orchard rauks next iu impor
tance to the garden. Upon every
well regulated farm will be found
a well kfipt orchard.
Ia Honor of Mi st Cantoloa.
On Saturday.afternoon last Miss
Gracd Tompkins entertained a
number of ber young lady friendB
very beautifully iu honor of Mrs.
Bettie Cantelou. Miss Rhett Shep
pard and Miss Florrie Morrall had j
to cut for the prize:-a very band
- rn ) piece of cut glass-the latter
* iiriing. Delightful refreshments
w> re served during the afternoou.
Erst Attraction Ever Given.
It is conceded by all those who
have beard Maro's Saxophone
Q\:a:tette that the Lyceum at
traction of Monday evening next
will be the best by great odds that
has ever been presented in Edge
fi?-Jd. Maro and his gifted enter
tainers seldom visit small towns,
there being such demand for their
entertainment that almost their
tire time ie given to the cities.
Those who absent themselves from
the opera house on Monday even
ing will regret it after they hear
th.ir friends speak of tho enter
tainment the next day.
Wfj have put in a complete line
of NT A- Era Paint. Let us paint
your house, fence, buggy or wag
W. W. Adams.
G.t our prices ou all staple dry
goode and we will sell you.
May & Tompkins
Wv invite the la lies to call and
see our beautiful toilet sets.
Ramsey &' Jones.
W.nte?: To furnish your
ki'c?Mjns with stoves, cooking
utfii'-ile, and your diuing rooms
with furniture and crockery.
Edgefield Mercantile Co.
Virginia Seod Wheat-Early
Ix a; with purple 6traw.
May & Prescott.
Spectacles made up to euit your
particular need at lowest possible
Geo. F Mims,
Edgefield, S. C.
LadieB Wauted: To buy our
u-w rugs, art squares, portiers aud
h^use furuisbiug8. .
Edgefield Mercantile Co. '
egs Grippe or Influenz
& to call it, is one of
^ diseases known.
fl1 Scott9s Emu!.
9 Liver Oil and Hypopl
gested form, is the gre
^ known to medical sciei
j? It is so easily dig?
the system, making ne
and strengthening nen
Invaluable fot (
Use The Advertiser's Columns.
We invite and urge the farmers
of the county to give through The
Advertiser's columns their expe
rience with the corn planted this
year on the Williamson plan. If
you succeeded, let it be known. If
you failed, let it be known also.
Such anieles from the practical,
successful farmers of the county
will be mutually helpful.
Death of Mrs. Boyd.
On Sunday night lait Mrs. J.
W. Boyd passed away at her home
in the extreme southern part of
the county. For several years this
good woman was a patient suffer
er from an incurable malady. Be
fore her marriage she was Miss
Thevintarmeut took place Tues
day in the family burial ground
at the old home. Rev. P. B . Lan
ham conducted the funeral.
By a slip of the type The Ad
vertiser stated last week that the
Baptist church had sent over
$1.30 to Connie Maxwell orphan-,
age as a Thanksgiving contribu
tion, when it should have been
over $130-a difference of $128.70.
After we had been informed as to
the amount of the collection sev
eral additional contributions were
sent in . whjcb finally made the
amouutseut $134. This is the
largest contribution that the
church has ever sent atone time
to the orphanage.
Delegates to Grand Lodge.
The annual meeting of the
Grand Lodge of the Masonic fra
ternity of South Carolina will ba
held in Charleston next week.
Coucordia lodge will be represpnt
ed by Mr. W. W. Adams Past
Grand Master Orlando Sheppard,
and District Deputy B. E. Nich
olson will also attend. The Grove
lodge, located at the home of Mr.
S. T. Williams, will probably [bf
represented by Mr. F. P. John
son, maBter of the lodge.
Satisfied With Williamson Corn.
' It was the writer's good fortune
to meet with Mr. John W. Miller,,
one of Trenton's leadiug farraerB,
a few days ago. Mr. Miller told us
of his experionc^ with. William
son corn this year. While he bae
not actually measured his corn,
he is eutirely^ satisfied with the
yield. Mr. Miller'a opiniou, wbicb
is well fouuded, isthat unless the
land is in a very high state of
cultivation the corn should not be
planted closer than 18 inches in
the drill. He says it can sa'fely be
planted eight, ten and twelve
inches on fertile lauds but not on
comparatively tbin lauds.
Gen. Butler Has Returned.!
After spending ten days in
Washington and New York, Gen.
Butler returned on Friday, ac
companied by Mrs. Butler. In
writiug of Gen. Butler's visit to
Washington, the special corres
pondent of the News and Courier
hag-tbe.following to say: "He bas
been the centre of interested
groups around all the hotels. He
ia a general favorite here aud sel
dom fails to draw a crowd, and
will probably have something in
teresting to gWe out on the pres
ent political siluatiou' during the_
next day or two, being strong for
Judge Gray, of Delaware, for
Large assortment of Lamps and
Ramsey & Jones.
Now is the time to purchase
Heavy Underwear. Our stock ie
complete. Let us supply you.
J. W. Peak.
'A large assortment of choice
brands of chewing tobacco and
a fine line of cigars. Try them.
R. T. Scurry.
To The Public:
We are ready lo store your cot
ton and make liberal advances ou
same-Seil you your wagons, and
buy your cotton Beed. We solicit
Adams .Warehouse Co.
W. E. Lott, Manager.
FOR SALE: Yoke of well bro
ken young oxen and a second
hand saw mill. Apply to
F. L. Timmerman,
Pleasant Lane, S. C.
Full line Tablets, Pencils,
Slates, Books, Bags, Straps, etc
W. E. Lynch & Co.
Rerolled Bagging just as good,
brings the Belier just as mucb
money, aud costs him taree dol
W. W. Adams.
Beautiful line of stationery
Tablets, box paper aud paper by
;a, whichever you like
the most weakening
sion? which is Cod
?osphites in easily di
sted that it sinks into
!W blood and new fat,
res and muscles.
Bm ulsion after
toughs and Colds. g
i| 50c. ANO $1.00. j|j
A marriage ia which all Edge
field manifests a" deep interest is
that qf: Prof.- j/F. Entzminger,
which^wiil occur on December the
19th. The following is a copy of
invitations that have been receiv
ed in Edgefield this week :
"Mr. and Mrs. Milledge Trav
alle Holley iuvite you to be pres
ent at the "marriage of their daugh
ter, Lena Grace, to Mr. James
Frederick Entzminger, on Thurs
day evening, December the nine
teenth, at seven o'clock, at home,
Pleased With Florodora Cotton,
Mr. J. P. Ouzts planted practi
cally all of his crop this year in
''Florodora'' cotton and expresses
himself as being pleased with the
results obtained, hie recently sent
fifteen bakfl'out to.Mr. D. B. Hol
lingsworth ginnery, and will
have oue or two more bales. In
cluding the weight of the bagging
and ties, Mr. Ouzts' yield was
nearly 33 per c?nt lint. Mr. Hol
lingsworth bas a well equipped
ginnery, and, by giving it due at
tention, made a beautiful sample
of iuG long staple.
Recital at the College.
In spite of the inclemenUweath
er, the recital given by the teach
ers of the music department of
the S. C. C. I., on Friday evening
'as?, was very largely attended. It
frau on this occasion that Miss
Couch and Miss Tisda'.e ?rst ap
peared before au Edgefield audi
ence, and their faultless rendition
of the very difficult selections has
elicited much favorable comment.
The cornet solos of Rev. P. P.
Blalock were also greatly enjoyed
hy the large and appreciative au
Mr. and Mrs. N M. Jones, Mr.
and Mrs. B. B. Jones ar.d Mrs
Sophie Killebrew attended the
Home-Coming Rally that was held
at the Baptist church of Bates
burg on Sunday last. The sermon
was preached by RPV. J. C. Brown,
and, through a very singular co
incidence, he selected the same
text tnat was used when the .dedi
catory seimon of the old church
was preached 32 years ago. Mr. J.
0. Glover, the present clerk of the
church and who was also clerk
wheu the old church -was dedica
ted, called the roll Sunday morn
ing. The roll of the sixteen char
ter members of the church was
also called. Twelve of the sixteen
members are still living.
A RELIABLE REMEDY
FOR MAN AND BEAST
For Internal and External tJic. Positively guaranteed
to do all claimed for it or money refunded. Recom
mended for rhcumatlsm.pafrisandso rencas of all kinds
burns, bruises and sprains, inflammation .pulmonary
and lungeomplaintt, sore throat, cramp and col Icand
numerous other ailments. Tbc fact that Noah's
Liniment being recommended for stock as well at
man should coe give tho impression that it is too
powerful for family usc NOAH'S LINIMENT ii
absolutely pure ana clean and can bc applied to i
child with safety. It is not a dirty, greasy liquid
and wil I not stain thc flesh or clothes. Mcquires but
little rubbing and penetrates ?inmediately to the teat
of pain. For tale by all druggists end dealers, tte.
Bc prepared for action by having a bottle tn your
house. No An REMEDY Co., Roxton, Mn?*.,U.S. A
Highest price paid for county
claims. Present them to Mr. N.
M. Jones at the store of Messrs.
Jones & Son.
F. N. K. Bailey.
Wanted: The public to know
that our hearse is ready for ser
vice at any hour night or day and
that we carry ? full line of toflSn?
caskets and undertaker's supplies.
Edgefield Mercantile Co.
Try a Chattanooga Disc Plow,
then plowing will be a pleasure.
Plow in the fall.
W. W. Adams.
Wanted: To show everyodyb
our newly arrived stock of furni
luro and bouse furnishings.
Edgefield Mercantile Co.
Our stock of mattresses is very
large. We can sell you a first-class
cotton mattress at from $5.50 to
Edgf"dld Mercantile Co.
A Real Wonderland.
Sou'h Dakota, with its rich sil
ver mines, bonanza farms, wid
rangesand strange natural forma
tions, is a veritable wonderland.
At Mound City, iu the home of
Mrs. E D Capp, a wouderful case
if healing has lately occurred.
Her son seemed near death with
lung and throat trouble. Exhaust
ive coughing spells occurred every
five minutes, writes Mrs. Clapp,
"when I began giving Dr. King*?
New Discovery, the great medi
cine that saved his lifo and com
pletely cured him." Guaranteed
for coughs and' cold.?, throat and
lang trouble??. 50c and $100,
Trial bottle free. ]) Timamos, \Y
E Ljuch & Co., G L Penn & Son.
The old Dan Tompkins place,
three and one-half (3h) miles
from Edgefield. Three (3)
tenant houses. One hundred
and sixty (160) acres of orig
inal forest, estimated by con
valive mill men to cut six hun
dred thousand (600,000) feet
of lumber. Land in good state
of cultivation. A bargain for
farm or saw mill man. If
Lock Box 128,
Batesbarg, 5. C.
Large stock of enameled ware
and chinaware of all kinds-the
kind every household needs.
. R. T. Scurry.
Fresh shipment of Mince Meat
G. L. Penn dcSon.
Badly Mixed Up.
Abraham Brown, of Winterton,
IN. Y., had a very remarkable ex
perience; he] says: "Doctors got
badly mixed up over me; one said
heart-disease ; two called.it kidney
trouble; the fourth, blood poison,
and the fifth stomach and liver
trouble; but none of them helped
me; so. my wife advised trying
! Electric] Bitters, which are res
toring me to perfect health. Oue
bottle did me more goori than all
the five doctors prescribed." Guar
lauteed for blood poison, weakness
and all stomach, liver and kidney
[complaints. 50c. B Timmocs,.W
E Lynch & Co., G L Peuu & Sou
The Corner Store.
Is showing a bright line of
catchy styles' in Gingham and
Dress Suitings, just the thing to
make a nice Christmas present to
mother, wife or daughter.
The ^Corner Store.
Freih Shrimp, Lobsters and
Crabs, also crab shells just re
G. L. Penn & Son.
A Dangerous Deadlock,
that sometimes terminates fatal
ly, is the stoppage of liver and
bowel functions. To quickly end
this condition without disagreea
ble sensations, Dr. King's New
Life Pills should always be your
remedy. Guaranteed absolutely
satisfactory in overy case1 or mon
ey back. 25c at B Timmons, W E
L) neb & Co., G L Penn & Son.
Do you need anything in the furniture line?*If so,
it will be money in your pocket to call on us before
placing your order. We handle all grades, and can
meet competition on nil cheap and medium grades,
and when it comes to ;High Grade Goods, in both
quality and pnces, we are leaders im this section of
the country. This may sound like a strong state
ment, but we mean it and can prove what we say
call and see for yourself.
Pianos, Organs and Mu
When you have a thought along this line, be sure
and connect it v/ith
Thomas & Barton Company,
if you want the uest money can buy.
We want our outHof-town friends
to make our store Headquarters
when in the city. v
708-10-12 BROADWAY, AUGUSTA, GA.
We are receiving this Season-right now-the
best line of Ladies'
Dress Goods and Silk
Gingham, Chambrays, Outings, Shirting. Sheeting.
Ticking, Ladies' Waists, Ladies' Kimonas and
Dressing Saques, Tailor-made Skirts, and Ladies'
Burson's and Black Cat Perfect fitting Hose.
REGAL CORSETS-"no fit no~pay
Children's School Shoes that Will
Handkerchiefs and Towels in abundance, also
a beautiful line of Neckwear and Negligee Shirts.
SHOES, SHOES, SHOES for everybody that are
Solid and will last.
"The Best Goods are the cheapest."
Hats frorrf $1 to $5.
Shoes any price.
Overcoats $5 to $18.
Weinvite^you to callion
We can suit you in what
ever you may need in