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WEDNESDAY, FEB. 12, 19C8.
Present indications aro that
the ground-hog theory will hole
good thie year.
Clerk of Court W. B. Cogburi.
spent a portion of last w< ek ii:
Charleston on business.
Dr. A. H. Corley, made a busi
ness trip to Ninety Six aud Green
wood last week.
Mrs. G^o. W. Buss ey, Jr.. IE
spending this week with her pa
rt utp, Mr. and Mrs. P. R. A'aUsjj
Mr J. D. Holstein attended the
annual njyeting of tile alumni of
the University of South Carolina
iu Columbia on Wednesday last.
Our subscription list is Bteadi'y
growiug but we have room for a
few more unme6-for yours if it
is not already enroll-?.
Mr. Robert H. Parks has rented
the Joues cottage in Buucombe
aud ?viii move his family to town
this week.- Edgefi ld will gladly
receive Mr. Parks aud his fami
ly, lie lived among us before
purchasing his farm uear Elm
Dr. J. W. Daniel, presiding
elder of the Columbia district will
preach in the Methodist church
on Suuday evening next, aud the
quarterly conference wilt bo held
on Monday morning. Rev. L. D.
Gillespie will not bold the usual
afteruoou service on Sunday next.
The members of the Sunbeam
Sootety of the Baptist church met
at the home of Mr's. J. H. Till
man on Thursday afteruoou last
aud packed a box for CoLnie
"Maxwell orphanage. The box was
filled with all kiuds of clothing
for the little fatherless and moth
A very kind friend, without
any solicitation on our part, says,
ina iet^r euclosing a check for
subscription to The Advertiser,
"I will gladly do all I can to h*lp
extend your circulation'" How
many other thoughtful frieude
wil' do likewise?
Prof. J. F. Eutzmiuger is rap
idly becoming domesticated, htv
ing aheady 'urned hie attention
to poultry raising. He has a yard
of very beautiful White Plymouth
Rocks. They are large, well-form
ed fowls with snow white plumage,
having the appearance of being
fresh fruru the lauudry.
Delightful canned California
Peach-s and Pears.
B. Ti tn mons.
The friends of^Mr. Eiijah Tim
merman will bi pleased to learu
that he holds a good position with
a large mill at Westminster, S. C.
He is esteemed very highly by
the officials, and will soon be
promoted to a position in the mill
that will pay $3.00 por day. Mr.
Tim merman is ap upright, hon
est, capable man and deserves pro
motion in his line of work.
A'street peddler was discussing
eloquently the advaufag?s of a
safety razor to an old palsied
negro. "See," he sayp, "you can't
possibly cut yourself with this
razor." "Yis sah, I ?:eo dat am a
good razor, dat is for shavin7 pur
poses, hut for social and political
purge", sah, dat razor am no good
GARDEN SEED : A large assort
ment nf Landreth's celebrated
peed Just received. Let us supply
W. E. LYNCH & CO.
Mr. J. Rub?npfpin announces
this week that he has arranged
a settlement with his creditors
and that he will open his store
for business on February the 20th.
He purposes moving th? s*ock in
his branch i-tore at Millen, Ga.,
to Edge _eltl.
Mr. James F. Boone was in
town on business on Friday last,
and as he approached the writer
on the street we noticed that he
bonan unusually bright counte
nance and that his step was very
light. Tbe secret of it all was.re
veal^d to us when he stated that
n fine boy arrived at his home on
the preceding day.
PRESCRIPTIONS our special
ty. We solicit your Prescriptions,
dav or night.
WE GUARANTEE pure drugs,
accurate compounding, and rea
- sonable prices.
W. E. LYNCH ? CO.
Misa Eliza Mims is constantly
adding to her fame as an artist.
Her handiwork is now being ad
mired and appreciated ns never
before. It was the writer's privi
lege a few days ago to s^o a china
plate upon which Miss Mims bad
painted a perfect likeness of Na
poleon in full uniform. This
painting was strikingly b?nu1iftil,
and r< vealed tho unmistakab'e
fact that it WPS the product of
Cadet William Edmunds, of
Edg-field, of the freshman class,
Clemson, was in towu Saturday
having some dental work done,
and ptid the Farm and Factory
office a pleasant call. He states
that trnre are about 750 students
present this session and tl at bet
ter work than ev*?r before is being
done. That C?pf. Mims makes an
ideal Commandant; that the boys
recogniz? a master hand at the
helm, and are doing their best.
The frieuds of ?h? collegs all over
the state will b? gl*d to know that
their favorite college is now rank
iog second to noue in the south,
.Seneca Farm & "Factory.
-hou tor the town of Edifie id
His official notice to the voters ie
l'ublish'd elsewhere in this iscu?.
A citizen vof Newberry killed JI
hoy H sbort tim? jig ?that, weighed
517 pound?, yielding twenty-three
" gallons of lard. We believe th is
surpasses Edgefield's record.
Drinking on the streets around
ihb North Augusta dispensary has
bpcouie such a nuisance that th"
town autboritips passed an ordi
nance prohibiting drinkiugou thp
streets, fix-ug a maximum fine at
Off For Now York.
1 Mr. J. W. Peak left yesterday
j for New York to buy bia spring
. slock of merchandise, lie has
i m:-.d'? a number of trips to mar
ket, and knows where to buy to the
bert possible advantage. Furlhar
more, by going in person to bead
qi art?re, Mr. Peak can g?t the
newest and beet of everything
that is offered. In due s^asou
thf s-1 epring purchases will be
displayed at the New York Rack
et store, ready for the early shop
Make Your Returns.
Those who have net yet return
ed their property for taxation
have one week of grace. The law
requires the Couuty Auditor to
add a penalty to all property not
re'urned by February the 20-h.
Better attend to the matter at
cue?. Should your neglect force
Auditor Haltiwangpr ro add a
ppnaitv, thereby increasing your
taxes for 1908, do not blame him.
He will only do his duty under
the law, while you will have failed
to do yours.
Killed by an Express Train.
Mr. Floyd Davis, whose un
timely death was aunouued last
week, was killed by an express
? raiu ou the Baltimore and Ohio
railroad. Floyd was a member of
the crew of Capt. H. F. Tompkins'
train. As tho latter train pulied
into Eureka, Pa., Floyd stppped
dowo on t;;9 main traci< aud wac
struck by an express train that
came up at a high- rate of speed,
meeting instant death. Then?
were no evewitnpsses to the verj*
sa l tragedy. None of the crew of
the pxprpss train 6aw Floj'd be
fore he was struck.
Congenial Coterie Delightfully En
Mrs J. PI. Tillman entertained
a number of mu.sieians and loverp
nf mus'c at ber elegnnt homo on
Friday evening last. No formal
program had been previously ar
j ranged but rs the vocalists, violin
ists and pianists responded very
graciously and gei?.erouslv to nu
merous invitations and en
treaties, the occasion was almost
an unending 'east for the lovers
of music. Between the solos, duets
and quartet-? delightful conver
sai ion wno on gaged ic. Beside1:
that of music another feast, on^
m^re substantial, was in store for
the congenial coterie. The doors
were throw* upen and the invited
t?uet-ts wem ushered info an ad
joining room where an elegant Inn
cheon was served in courses. Yes,
more than a luncheon, a wedding
Rev. Luther B. White.
The Advertiser an nounces with
pleasure that Rev. Luther B.
White bas beeu called to serve
the pastorate ou the west-side
made vacant by the death of Rev
D. A. Swindler. If we mistake not
the field is composed of tho Bap
tist churches of Parksville, Plum
Branch and McCormick. Rev Mr
White is a very deserving young
son of Edgefield and hap been a
very hard worker since he became
a ministerial student. After
graduating from the South Caro
lina Co-Educatioual Institute he
taught and preached in western
North Carolina for several years.
Then te accepted the call to the
second Baptist church in New
berry. After serving the church
for a year Mr. \yhite resigned the
Newberry pastorate to hpcorae a
student at the semiuary. The Ad
vertiser welcomes Mr. White back
to our county and wishes bim
abundant success in his new field.
Try the nfw breakfast food.
Kellogg's Topsted Com Flake, 35
cente the package.
* W. E Lynch & Co.
We invite the ladies to see our
beautiful china closets. Nothing
in the large cities will surpiss
Ramsey & Jones.
One barrel of Sugar Hou.e Mo
One barrd BEST New Orleans
One barrel PURE Georgia Cane
One barrel PURE Apple Vine
' Ten barrels of BEST eeleoted
S'-ed Irish Potatoes.
I) UNO VA NT & CO.
SALESMEN WANTED for Lu
br'catiug Oils, Greases ann
Prtiuts in Edgefield and adjac<
enmities. Salary or Commies
Address Clover Oil and Pain . .,
Large assortment of statirn-.r.ry
and writing materinJ of all Linds
W.E. Lynch & Co.
FOR SALE: A good, well-bro
ken ox, thr';e and a half years old.
Wofford, S. C.
Very large stock of wagon and
buggy harness. L"t us supply you
Ramsey & jones.
Omca la 1 .lu. u; Mr. J<JU u
Holland h*w gone abroad aa ai
expert base ball player bis servi
cs have been ir?ucb sought after
He bas been engaged by thi
Southern L?agae to play duri?}
tbe coming SF aeon, and will leav>
the lan er part of February foi
New Orleans, where his Kim ?il
engage in a month'H practice bf;
fore crossiug buts with some o
the strongest teams in the coun
try. Joe nae alway? made a goot
record on the diamond, and th>
tact that the Southern League hat
engaged bis services is of itself ?
decided compliment to him.
The Durst-Andrews Company.
The stockholders of the Durst
Andrews Comp.'ny held their vu
nual meeting on Tuesday and the
showing for the year was the best
that has been made since the con
cern was organiz fd five years ago
Resolutions of thanks were passed
by the stockholders commending
the managers for their fine work.
This company hf s increased it?
capital stock from $50,000 to $75
000 and it is better prepared than
ever to accommodate its custom
ers. A dividend of 15 per cent
was declared.-Greenwood Jour
Grand Jury for 1908.
J M Mays,VValterSSmitb, Jesse
Franklin, J G Wright, J W R Do
Laughter, W H Morgan, J S
Holmes, Thomas Stansel', Wade
Derrick, Arthur N Herrin, M Tim
merman, A A Wells.
Hold-over grand jurors: E B
Dasher, Percv Byrd, H H Sauders,
'Jesse A Lott, T E Lamb, EL
Petit Jury, 1st Week.
Joe Rodger?, J H Crim, Geo. S
Courtney, J R White, J C Lan
ham, J B Jennings, T S Rhoden.
S F Logan, S W Miller, G M Dob
son, W C Corloy, J B Dorn, 0 D
Holmes, Willie Clark, P B Wa
ters, Jr., M M Padgett, M A L)tt,
J F Mobley, W N Elkins, R H
Parks, J A Mays, Will Winn, A
G Cheathara, "C C Joues, M S
Banks, J W Johnson, J C Clark,
J E Mims, R TScurr-.', J W Grim,
R W Christie, J IC Corley, W A
Uiark, P Markert, P J Coleman,
W W Sat cher.
Suggestions From a Citizen Who
Resides Abbat Eighteen Miles
Mr. Editor: Admitting that i'
is early to enter the political
areua, we venture to suggest the
names of a few gentleman of this
county who are capable of filling
the offices mentioned with credit
to the county. The names are ns
foMows: For Circuit Judge of the
new District, J. C. Sheppard. For
State Senate. J. \Y\ DeVoro. Mem
bers of the L?gislature, Judge
Luther Bell and C. C. Faller.
Clerk of Court, W. B. Coghurn.
Treasurer, J. T. Pattison. Audi
tor, J." B. Hal ti wanger. Sh ri?T
Wiley Ouzts. Master, W. F.
Routh. Superintendent of Educa
tion, J. T. Miras. County Super
visor, D. P. Self. Jud_:e of Pro
bate, J. D. Allen.
Awaiting the results of tbs elec
tion, we are
The books for the registration
of the voters of the town of Edge
field, S. C., are now open in the
store of Messrs. May & Tompkins,
and will be kept open until Tues
day, April the seventh, 190S, six
o'clock p. m.
C. E. May,
Supervisor of Registration.
Just received fresh shipment
Force, Grape Nuts, Oat Meal and
One car of chairs and one car
of furniture on the road. These
goods were bought close and we
can make prices that should in
Ramsey & Jones.
Try our "Moja'1 coffee, the fiupfct
25 cents coffee in town.
FOR SALE: One good young
mole; am overstocked.
P. B. DAY,
Trenton, S. C.
Van Camp's Pork and Beans,
and Hui'ed Com Hominy.
Nothing superior to our "White
Wanted: A good home-raised
horyp. Apply to
F. N. K. Bailey.
The Jumping Off Place.
"Consumption had me in ifsi
grasp; and I had almost reached
the jumping off place when I was
advised to try Dr. King's New
Discovery; and I want to say
right now, it saved my life. Im
provement began with the first
bottle, and aft*.jr taking one do^-u
bottles I was a well and hnpp\
man again," say* George Moore,
nf Gr"me:'land, N. C. As a r- rae
cy fur coughs and colds ai d beal
r of weak, sore lungs and for pre
venting pneumonia New Disov
ery is supreme. 50c and $1 00 al
G L Penn & Son W E r y neb &
Co drupgis't. Trial bot Ut? I re".
Eggs for Salle
Single-Comb Rhode Island
Reds exclusively. If yon want
good, and useful fow's, that
are bred for beaut\T, vigor,
good laying qualities, and
standard points.get the "Sin
gle-Comb Reds." Egg* $1 00
J. H. P. ROPER,
Edgef?e! S. C
The on?y baking
with Royal Grape
There can be nc
dence when eating
der food. Chemist
less of the alum po'
alum or alum salts i
Monthly -Sleeting: of the U. D. C'?.
The daughters of the Confed
eracy will hold their regular
monthly meeting at tho home of
Mrs. P Burgess OD Wednes
day the 39th of February, at 4
o'clock. All Daughters are expect
ed to be prpsent. By order of
Mrs. N. G. Evans, Pres.
M TH. J D. Holstein, Sec.
Death of Mrs. Siaionds.
On Friday afternoon last Mr
W. P. Calhoun received a telegram
to the effect that his sister, Mrs.
?arah Calhoun Symonds, was
critically ill at ber Loma in Char
leston. Mr Calhoun I*it for Char
leston on Saturday morning, and
Mrs. Simondfl di*d on Sunday af
ternoon. She was in her 70th year,
??lid her long life had been spent
io unselfish service. Mrs. Simoods,
besides being a conspicuous figure
in the social life of Charleston,
was id tiri with many
wor':s of benevolence. She v a
president of the woman's depart
ment of the Charleston Exposi
tion and conduced thc affairs of
this department with signa! suc
It Would Kot Surt.
P-i.-icl a weil known btMDesa
min the other day; "It would not
hint you to occasionally mention
onr business in the paper. It
wou'.d help to fill un, von know."
Ye we nigh! do ir. We haven't
ih? least idea on ecrtb that it
would hurt us, and it would, as be
sui'gftsts, help to fill up. We might
do "ll this, but at the came time
we do not have to do it unless we
fae! liko it. It would not hurt
him, either, to come and say:
"Give me a column or n half col
umn of space fora.ii cdvestiaemect
and here is thc money for it."-By
doing this he would bpcome a de
serter to that gran i army of dea?;
hr-ads who expect the newspapers
to continually note the improve
ments they make, by giving them
free puffs, and for which they
n-'-ver pay a cent. It is high time
for all classes to learn that a
newspaper is a business enter
prise, the same as a dry goods
store or agroc0ry. run for a livmg
for its owner. -Ex.
To The Public:
We are ready to store your cot
ton and moke liberal advances on
same-Sell you 3'our wagons, and
buy your cotton seed. We solicit
Adams Warehouse Co.
W. E. Lott, Mauager.
FOR SALE : 100,000 feet of
Rough Lumber at the late home
of Col. T. C. Morgan. Apply to
N. C. Long, Cleora, S. C., or
W. H. Morgan,
Johnston, S. C.
Large stock of mailings in many
beautiful pattern?. A small sum
invested in pretty matting will
add to the beaury and comfort of
Ramsey & Jones.
Suffering & Dollars Saved.
E S Loper, of Marilla, N. Y.,
says: "lam a carpenter and hove
had mauy severe cuts healed by
Buckleu'a Arnica Salve It lin?
aav-'d me suffering and dollnr3. I.
?R by far the bt-st healing salve I
have ever found." Heals burns,
sores, ulcers, fever sores, eczema
and piles. 25c at G L Penn & Son
W E Lynch & Co. druggists.
It's a heavy strai
Her system is call
nourishment for tw<
Some form of noi
be easily taken up I
greatest possible ar
ment in easily digeste
Mother and bab;
helped by its use.
t your food is of
eness-that it has
tat can injure or
lakes the repast
le and satisfactory.
>od is raised with
' powder made
Cream of Tartar
> comforting conf?
alum baking pow
s say that more or
wder in unchanged
Have Gone to Headquarters.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Turner are
spending a fortnight in New York
having left on Wednesday last,
They have gone to the leading
markets of the country a^d to the
centres of fashion to purchase a
large stock of spring mwrcbandise
for the Corner Store. Mr. Turner
purposes fnlarging his millinery
department for the approaching
season, and while in New York
be and Mrs. Turner will select the
newest and prettiest things known
to the milliner's art from the lar
gest, importers. Every department
af the Corner Store will receive
du"* attention, consequently t!ie
spring shoppers who mako their
3urchases at this popular store
viii have the satisfaction of know
ng that they are getting the new
ist and most stylish of the eea
For Benefit of Free Library.
The members of the Free Li
brary association are in need of
unds to meet current expenses,
is we.l as for further enlargement
)f the library. In order to raise
'.he money needed, these ladiep
lave planned a very elaborate
Valentine entertainment which is
o be given in the- opera on Fri
lay evening. A small admission
ree-25 cents for adults and 15
;ents for children-will be cbari>
id No refre^ments will be serv
ed. The opera seats will be remov
al from their usual place so as to
?nable those who attend to move
ibout the hall and heve a good
The Queen of Hearts will hol i
..wry for an hour or more and will
jail forth ber Heralds, Trumpet
ers aud Maids of Honor to sing,
md recite for the pleasure and
mtertainment of the assembled
jompany. Cupid's counter will
ileo be a popular feature of the.
mtertainment. Pretty young le
iies will be in charge and will
lell valentines and candy from
his counter. A post office will bn
irranged for the receipt and dc
ivery of valentines. Opening and
.eading the valentines publicly
viii afford oceans of fun for the
i'oung people. Every detail of the
mtertainment is being caiefully
lanned and nothiug will be over
ooked or be left undone that will
joutribute to its success. By
Datronizing the Valentine enter
;ainment you will not only pass
in exceedingly pleasaut evening
mt will aid the ladies of the Free
library association in the prose
iution of their work.
We sell the "Hackney" and
'Old Hickory" wagins,'wbicb have
?food the severest test in this sec
ion for raauy years. Two cars now
in the road.
Ramsey & Jones.
When you need a buggy try a
?oek Hill, or Hackney, or Colura
)us, or a Tysou and Joues. No
itrouger line of buggies can be
ou nd in this section. Large 83
lortmeut to select from.
Large stock of enameled ware
ind chinaware of all kinds-the
dud every household needs.
R. T. Scurry.
We always carry complete as
?ortment of fresh drugs and give
'special attention to all prescrip
ions sent us. A share of your
?-. t &
in on mother. ?fr
[ed upon to supply Jj:
urishment that will eg?
>y mother's system ffr
Tsion contains the ?fr
nount of nourish* W
;d form. jr
?r are wonderfully J
St SOc. AND $1.00 <gj
Dsaih of r-Tr. R ?J. Johcaca.]
Lune did the friends of Mr. R
J. Johnson think when he las
visited Edgefield . several week
ago that in such a short space oi
time b?3 would be numbered
among the dead. Accompanied bj
his daughter, Mrs. Frank West
and step-sou, Mr. B. F. Glanton
he weut to the Hopkins hospita'
in Baltimore about a fortnight ag(
to eubmit to a surgical operation
The operation was performed, ano
?pparontly Mr. Johnson was doinj
wei!, but blood poison set ir
and he suffered intensely unti
death brought relief on Sunday
last. His remains, accompanied
by'Mrs. West and Mr. Glanton,
reached Edgefield on Monday
night. The interment will take
place at Antioch church to-day,
Frequently eince tho newe of
his death reached Edgefield have
we heard this and similar re
marks: "Rube Johnson will be
greatly missed in his community.*'
Mr. Johnson was a good business
man aud^haviug accumulated con
siderable property, he aided many
who werp in need of financial aid.
Possessing sound judgment, his
advice was frequently sought by
many who lived in the vicinity of
his homo. Mr. Johnson is survived
by a devoted wife and two. daugh
RAILWAY MOTOR TALK.
12. H. Anderson Gives Interesting
Address Before Electrical Engi
E. H. Anderson/railway motor
designer of the General Electric
Company talked to the Schenec
tady Branch of the Americau In
stitute of Electrical Engineers in
the High School Auditorium last
night. His remarks were of a
purely technical nature. He dis
cussed the curvee and calculation
of railway rooters and described
the method of getting at the re
quirements of a motor from plans
of a new road. His talk covered
the considerations by which mo
tors are selected.
He described a contest between
tba engineers of the General
Electric Company and the ex
perts of the Westinghouse Elec
trical Company with two cars
equipped with' motors of the two
rival designp, the outcome of
which would determine which
company should get the contract
for 1800 motors for use on New
York railroads, which anqounted
to several million dollars worth
of equipment. He told that it was
by the methods which he was lay
ing before the meeting that the
General Electric Company was
successful in tho competition.
In order to demonstrate his
theories moro clearly, Mr. Ander
son used charts. After the meet
ing had adjourned Mr. Anderson
stayed to answer questions. The
extre me cold made the'attend
The foregoing is copied from
the Schenectady (N. Y.) Union,
and the Mr. Anderson referred to
is a son of Mrs. E. B. Anderson,
and a brother of Mrs. W.-L. Duno
vaut, Mrs. Geo F. Mims . and
Mr6. M. P. Wells. Mr. Anderson
rauks among the foremost electri
cians of the country, his opinions
and statements concerning elec
tricly are accepted without ques
tion. Such talent as he possesses
is at a premium and commands an
enormous salary, fflr i-bcve that
paid to ordinary mortals.
We would be glad for the
housewives to Bee our large stock
of Crockiry. We have plain and
decorated ware, and can supply
the needs of every home.
Ramsey & Jones.
Have you tried our "Lord Cas
per'' cigars-nothing better.
Plow gear, breast-chains, fifth
chains and stretcher-chains at.
Keeping Open House.
Everybody is welcome when we
feelgood; and we feel that way
only when our digestive organs
?re working properly. Dr. King'6
New Life Pills regulate the action
of stomach, liver and bowels so
perfectly one can't help feeling
I good when he uses these pills. 25c
j at G L Penn & Sou W E Lynch
& Co. drug stores.
We sell Waterman's Ideal
Fountain Pens, which represent
the highest standard of excellence.
Ever" pen guaranteed to give
W. E. Lynch & Co.
spectacles made up to pu:t your
particular need at lowest possible
Geo. F. Mires, .
Edgefield, S C
Another shipment of Sparrow's
and Lowney's Hue candies just re
Mrs. E D Clmrlep, of Harbor,
Maine, speaking of Electric Bil
lers pays : 'Tt is a neighborhood
favorite here with us.': It deserves
to be a favorito everywhere. It
gives qu?ok relief in dyspepsia,
liver complaint, kidney derange
ment, malnutrition, nervousness,
weakness and general debility.
Its action on the blood, as a thor
ough purifier makes it especially
us'ful asa spriug medicine. This
grand alternative tonic is sold un
der guarantee at G L Peun ? Son
W'E Lynch k Co, drug stores 50c.
Sporne of tlie
36 in. Percales good quality 12 Je,
36 in. Embroidery Cloth at nc
40 in- Lawns io and i2?c
See the window of 5c Handkerchiefs. See the bett er
You should also look at the window of locts goods.
10-Quart Buckets and Pans at iocts.
Many useful articles at about half the price usually
We want you to get our prices on anything in our line,
Let us convince you that wc can save
May & Tompkins
Use Fertilizers of the Best Manufacturers, mate
good crops and build up your lands. The remedy
^ for the prevailing scarcity of labor is to
Make on One Acre what
Two Acres Formerly
The way to do this is to use liberally Fertilizers
sold this season by
Use Royster's Farmers Bone. Use Armour's
Blood and Bone goods. Use Patapsco, Mastodon
M and Georgia Formula. Use Wilcox, Gibbes & Co's
M Manipulated Manures. Besides these we can give
Sj you the goods of other old and Reliable Manufact
?* urers. Use Kainit, use Nitrate of Soda, Lime, Top
We appreciate the liberal patronage we have>|
had from our farmers for the past few years, and
hope to be able to serve them for 1908.
Get our prices.
If you are in need of Horses and Mules we in*
vite you to'call and inspect these
We have in our stables from the cheapest Ten
nesee mules to the very best Kentucky mules.
Therefore, we are in a position to fill all orders.
We can also supply you with good horses. Large
lot to select from, and our prices are right. Our
experienced buyer has just returned from the West
where he bought to the best possible advantage and
you get the benefit of our large experience and cash
B. L. Jones & Son
Edgefield, S: O J
6,000 yards of Embroid
eries and Laces
to be sold for CASH at
These goods are just in from New York Importers and
consist of all of the newest designs. Come early and
bring the CASH, as that is what we need.
GET YOUR LAUNDRY IN TUESDAYS