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I dff'efield Advertiser j
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 26,1908.
Drat the ground hog!
x The demand upon the banks
for money eeenis to he unusually
As only two weeks pf court will
be necessary, a jury for the third
week has not be?n drawn.
Things are warming up, politi
cally, iu Edgefieid oouoty . Watch
for some surprises during the next
few weeks. .
Tho robin shooters are thus far
not vi dating tho ordiiiauce
against shooting on the st root s of
tho to*n as they did last year.
Gen. Entier savs Judge DeVore
must now got a beaker hat. Hie
Honor.demurs on the ground that
all of the dogs in town will be
barking at bim.
Mrs. M. Kate Mims went to the
private samtarium in North Au
gusta on Saturdav last, for special
treatment. Sir. E. J. Minn ac
Tho fr'ends of Mrs. W. P. CaY
houu will be pleased to know that
ehe is improving rapidly, and ex
pects to . return to her home to
morrow from the hospital iu Co
Miss Josie Sheppard underwent
an operation for appendicitis at
the hospital in Augusta on Thurs
day last. The operation was vary
successful and Miss Josie is rap
idly rt covering.
Gn?pe fruit fresh from Florida.
AI'?8S Andrina Ouzts, one of
Johnston's talented and very
beautiful youug lad'"es, has been
a guest of Mrs. W. *E. Lynch and
Mr and Mrs, W. H. Dorn for sev
LOST: Fifteen or twenty dol
lars in currency on the streets of
Edgefieid on Thursday last. The
?uder will please leave with
Dunovent & Co and receive re
Don't fail to see the lovely
TAILOR MADE SKIRTS $3 50
to $12.00. You will be pleased.
Jost opened at Cobb's.
If you want to sell, buy, rent or
exchange anything; if you want
a position; if you have found or
lost anything, just advertise iu
.The.Advertiser and watch the re
pults. They com? quick.
My new Embroideries, Laces
and full line of Spring notions
will arrive this week. The ladies
are cordially invited to inspect
J. W. Peak.
R?v. and Mrs. J. T. Littlejohn,
accompanied by Maeters "J. T"
and Charlie Bell, were in town oil
Saturday last, and were very cor
dial ly greeted by their friends.
If you want to grow fat and live
lons;, pat Capt. Gus White's long
leggedl blue-f-tem -collards, and
Mr. Pick Salter's fresb, sweet
home-ground corn meal.'
The e.irly spring shoppers are
invited *o call at onr store and
see tee pretty now things of the
pea9on that are now arriving dai
J. W. Peak.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph N. Bailey
will close their borne iu south
Edgefieid on the first of March
and will board with Mrs. Ida
Sheppard. The servant problem
is sufficiently perplexing to oause
all of us to discontinue house
Rev. L. B. White aud wife who
have been visiting Mr. White's
parents in Greenwood went to
Co'umbia Tuesday. Mr White
expec.'s-to move to Parksville just
as soon as the parsonage at that
place has eoma repairs done on it.
He will serve the churches at
Parksvili?. Plum Branch and
We solicit your prescription
business. Utmost care is exer
cised in compounding prescrip
tions and only pore, fresh drugs
are used. Our prices "are very
PENN & HOLSTEIN,
.G. L. Penn & Son\
After the legislature adjourned
on Saturday laRt Dr. J. B. Black
came over to Edgefieid and spent
Sunday at the college as the guest
of Col. F. N. K. Bailey. Mrs.
Black also came up from Bam
berg OR Saturday and met Dr.
Black here. For several years Dr.
Black has represented Bamberg
county in the state senate, mak
ing a very active member.
Large assortment of the cele
brated Buist -'Prize Medal" Gar
den S*ed. They never fail to gpr
PENN & HOLSTEIN,
G. L. Penn & Son.
Mr. W. D. Holland, the present
county supersntendent of educa
tion, announces his candidacy
for re-election in this issu? of The
Advertiser. Mr. Holland has given
close attention to his office and
bas discharged tho duties thereof
in a very satisfactory manner to
tbe peoplp. Upon hie fitness and
record of service he asks for a
PRESCRIPTIONS our special
ty. We solicit your Prescript ionp,
WE GUARANTEE pure drugs,
accurate compounding, and rea
W. E. LYNCH & CO.
j The Advertiser joh office eo
f licitp yo.ir ord-rs for pr'nting of
all kinda. SatisfacHon guaranteed
jun every jr.b sent out.
Mre. Alic" Cor,mr, nf Bates
bt rg, 1 aa been a gnep? ut the
homes of Mr E. J. Norrie and
Mrs. Mary J. Norris for several
Handsome Gus Mernman,-now
a youne I usinas man of Sumter,
spent ^uodsy in Edgefield.lt j?
alleged that Cupid directs hip
fcotfteps to Edgffield.
Mr. ar-.d Mrs. B. R. Tillman,
Jr., arrived in Edgefield.on Mon
day from Missouri. They will
probably remain in Edgefield in
etead of returning to Washington
for th ? remainder of the session
The Advertiser's representative
heard cn the streets on Monday
that Mr. J. Ransome Tin-merman
may be a candidate for count}*
auditor Mr. Timmerman was in
town but we wer? unable to in
terview him coucemmg bis can
FOR SALE: Fino Truilt Big
Bo!l Cotton Seed, ptrictly pure
Under five Insbels $1, larger lots
75 cent6 per bu9he'.
M. C. Parker.
Eugefield, S. C.
Dr. F. W. P. Butler camp ov*r
from Columbia and spent Sunday
in Eiig< fi-.dd. with Gen M. C
Butler. Dr. Butler stated tba'
Mrs. Butler and her little daugh
ter will come to ridgefield in
April for a prolonged visit.
When you come to Edgffield to
attend court next-week call at 1 he
Advertiser office taud settle your
subsciiption account. We hav?
carried quite a number of our sub
scribers for some tim*?, but the
Post Office Department now forces
us to urge payment at o'jee
Please heed this request.
In spite of the grouud bog tra
dition, Mr. M. DeLoncb, one of
the most successful farmers in tin
county, is making preparations t<?
carry forward his.farm work. He
came in town on Monday and pur
chased a largo disc harrow, and
3ujt it hom?-, drawn by a $500
pair of mulee.
Mr. Morgau L. McKoon who ip
to lecture in the baptist church
. .n Thursday evening and at the
collage on Friday evening com^
;o Edg'-fieid strongly recrtrnmend
ed, ai d our people, es, ecially the
young p-ople, should hear him
speak on prohibition.'
In their sweet iunoence, chil
dren ?re quite original and u?<*
very unique expressions in writ
ing letters to each other. Recent
ly a.little girl who resides in the
country wrote a lift!e Edzefield
girl a four-page letter which con
tained the following item of
news: '"Papa has bought us a lit
tle mule. He has a pretty white
stomach and mcuth acd legs.'*
Four Rode the Masonic "Goat."
At availed meeting of -Concor
dia lodgo, A. F. M., on Friday
night last the.'first, degree wat*
conferred upon Dr. S. A. Morrali,
of Trenton, and Mr. L. R. Jones,
and the eecond degrQe was con
ferred upon Mr. C. E. Quarlep, of
Franklin and Mr. J. W. Sbealey
of Trenton. The Masonic ranks in
Edge field are constantly hoing re
cruited with excellent material,
by UQ> n who would be au honor
to any organization.
Experience With Bad Reads.
Mr. S. T. Williams, one of thc
mos? successful farm^r-merchauts
in the county, was in ' town on
business ou Friday las*. lu com
menting upon the condition of
the roads. Mr. V illiams stated
that while making a trip to Edge
field iu January he broke the
cross-bar of his bug^y. Ou a later
trip he broke off both st^ps and
ou Friday last broke one of th?
shafts. By way of repair-of his
vehicles, to say nothing of the
wear and tesr upon his nerv? ? and
religion, Mr. Williams is paying
a pretty heavy road tax.
New Arrivals From New York.
The Corner Stoie tells our read
ers this week why it pays to trade
in Edgefield. In bis large attract
ive advertisement, Mr. Turner
also giv- s the early spring phop
pers some idea of the immense
stock that he purchased receutly
in /Tew York aud that is now ar
riving. All of tho uewest and lat
est creations in dry goods, notioua,
millinery and footwear for men
and women are being displayed
at tin Corner Store as fast as they
arrive from northern markets. The
Udies aro especially invited tosee
tho large apportaient of ?tylisb
Best For the Last.
Do bot forget "tLat probably the
best entertainment of the entire
lyceum course will- be given in
the r era house on Wedne.--d.iy
evening next, March 4tb, by the
Edwin Weeks Company. A mis
cellaneous program consisting of
vocal and instrumental music,
humorous recitations, readiu?s,
etc., will be presented. Mr Weeke
and the iwo young ladies who ac
company bim are very .talented
entertainers, so whatever* they
render will be strictly high-jlass.
Those who heard the Weeks Com
pany when they were here a year
ago will not mips this entertain
St ed Irish Potatoes: Large ship
ment of besf, selected Eastern
Seed Irish Potatoes.
W. E. Lynch ?fe Co.
We sell the Waterman Fount
a?n Pen.*-tb? hest on the m'iik<?t.
PENN & HOLSTEIN,
G. L. Penn & Son.
We beg leave to respe
friends and patrons gener
count}r, thatTYIr. J. D.
interest in the business
Drug and Grocery firm c
Henceforth he will give 1
best efforts \o the business
the firm will be simply P.
Thanking our friends a
and generous consid?r?t:
give them our assurance t
no kss faithful, diligent
? Pl $
U ll I
Returned From Markcf.
Mr. J. W. Peek has returned
from Kew York ?.nd is greatly
pleased with the results sccom
I'lished on his trip. He mo.de ver.
la -ge purchases of Spring UKT
cbaudis^ for the New York Hack
et Store at prices much lower than
he eyppctpd to find. There ha?
boen a marked decline on all col
ton goods, pxc^pt the heavy sla
ngs. The ear'y shoppers will
^oori see pro I ty, UPW goods on dis
nlav at the Peak stor<\
Whisk Shipments More Suspen
S: "ne first o!"' Jauuary whip
key shipments to Fd^efield have
Increased verv materially, which
;.= :ue largely io the closing of thp
barrooms ir? Augusta. Shipments
by express ?re much mor-; expen?
?ive now than formerly. Packa
ges that cost 'birty cents from
Augusta, row cost sixty cents
from the nearest point from which
whiskey eau be obtained, and
p;;ckag'*s that formerly cos', forty
five cputs now cost one dollar.
The more d:ffi?ult whiskey is to
obtain and the farther the temp
tation is removed, ths smaller is
the quantity coueiumd.
Annual Inspection of Militia.
The schedule o'' appointments
for inspecting the military com
panies of the ftato has beenJLU
nounced bv Adjutant G?n?ral
Boyd. The Eflgefield Rifles will
be inspected on April 1st, the in
specting officers being Col. W. T.
Brock, the ' assistant adjutant
general, and Lu ut- Chas. H. Cah
aniss, represputiog the war de
partment. Let the Edgnfield Ri
fles r? new their interest in their
company and pr?pare th.-m so Ives
for the inspection. For their own
saker, as well HR for the sake of
the town, the Edgefield company
sb mid pass a very creditable in
spection. If the you: g men will
heed every call of Cant. Collett
and obey his ordr-is, all will be
woll with the company when in
spection day arrives.
De:.th of Hr. Jamos D. Frasier.
A telegram was received on Sat
urday announcing !he death of
Mr. James D. Frasier, which oc
curred at his hom-* in Allanto on
Friday night. The remains reach
ed Edgefield on Sunday afternoon
and were interred in the Blocker
cemetery. Mr. Frasier had beeu a
sufferer from Bright's disease for
many mou'hs. Heart failure was
the immediate cause of his dpath.
His loved OOPS have known for
some time that he was nearing the
While the major portiou or his
life was spput in Edgefield, Mr.
Frasier was originally from Co
lumbia, having descended from
au old and greatly honored fami
ly. His demise makps another gap
in the. ranks of the-Confederate
veterans. Mr. Frasier married
Miss Maria Hill, a r-ister of Mr.
John B.Hill and Mr. Henry L.
Hill, who survives him. Ile also
leaves four daughters, Miss Janie
Frasier, Mrs. T. B. Bennett, Mrs.
Hume and Miss Hessie Frasier.
Mrs. Bennett resides in Charles
ton. All of the others live in A!
Is your baby thii
Make him a S
and Hypophosphites ?
easily digested by little
cheeked little fellow fi
^ ALL DRUGGISTS:
ct ful ly announce to our
ally throughout Kdgelield
Holstein hns bought a half
of the old and honored
>f G. L. P?NTN &SON.
n's personal attention and
; The name and style of
?NN & HOLSTEIN.
nd patrons for their long
ion in the past, we now
hat the future will find us
and enterprising in busi
"How ?? h i11 we announce our
"Tell a couple of young girl
friend* and make them premise
not to teil."-Houston Post.
I Ko'l of Honor.
5Mi grade: Lizzie Roper," Glad;
I vs Padgett, Adelia Britt, Clam"!
3rd grade: Ruth Lyon Helen
Porn, Augustus Tompkins, Eu
"Safe in the Arms of Jesus.**
As the phadows lengthened on
Friday afternoon, deepest gloom
enveloped the horne of Mr. a.id
Mrs. John A. Weir, death having
-'aimed their bright, beautiful
little son of seven y earp. Lit th'
Julian being a thoughtful, obedi
ent child, was the joy and pridc
of rioting pnreuls, who, while they
feel very keenly the sad bereave
ment, have the assurance that
their loved one ip now with Jesus.
This is the second time that Mr.
and Mrp. Weir have passed
through this sad experience, hav
ing lost a little child several
veers ago. The interment took
nlrce in the vil'age cemetery on
S ' irdsy afternoon, Rev. Leo D.
G ?spie conduciiug the funeral
Cs!. KcKoon, of New York, Will
Lecture on Prohibition.
Edgef?e?d county is enjoying a
rare opportunity this week io
hearing Col. Morgan L. McKoon,
of New York.who is making a tour
of ihe south iu the interest of pro
hibition. Having beeu in the east
ern part of the state for some
weeks he reached Columbia las!
week and filled a number of en
gagements between the capita!
city and Johnston, where he
sneaks to-night. He will visit tba
Harmony section Thursday after
noon, coming to Edgefield Thurs
day afternoon and will lecture at
the Baptist church Thursday
night. He will lecture before tin
Trenton school on Friday morn
ing, and at the college auditorium
here on Friday Gvening. From
Edgofidd he goes to Parksville
where he will fill engagements on
Sunday. The public are cordially
invited to attend all these Iec
Last on the List.
T. mmy-"Do you'helieve it for
t?nate to be the seventh eon?'' J
Mick}--"Naw! I'm th-seventh
Tommy-"But t? e fortune tel
lers say the venth son has all
kinds of luck handed down to
Micky-"Hurb! AU I have
handed down 'o m3 is my six
brothers' cl ?tb., e."
New Mackerel : Barrol of large,
fat Mackerel just received.
Dunovaut & Co.
Delightful cenned California
Peaches and Pears.
B. Ti m mons.
If you want the best, buy
Buist's selected Seed Irish Pota
t ?es. Direct from Buipt's farms.
PENN & HOLSTEIN,
G. L. Penn & Son.
I, weak, fretful ? ^
coffs Emutsion 4fi
rion is Cod Liver Oil
prepared so that it is
baby that is fed on
m is a sturdy, rosy
ill of health and vigor.
50c; AND $1.00.
A Strong, Timely Editorial.
Ii is a gi^at responsibility to
be entrusted with the enforcement
of law. For the public good and
for th? sako of the offenders
themselves onr laws ?hould be
rigidly enforced. To this end we
should have efficient officers and
these should have tho sympathy
and co-op^rnthn of every, good
citizen. L.IWWS;;P^ -b-u'd be
checked in ita very incipiency,
before it becomes brszon and in
solent. Mr.. editor, I beg?eav?to
submit to your readers the follow
ing strong and pertinent editorial
appearing in Columbia State of
25th instant and urge upon them
its careful reading, calling es
pecial attention to the cloting
C. E. Burts.
On Saturday morning J. P.
Farmer, an officer of the law,
serving a warrant in the discbarge
of bis duty, was mortal iy shot by
W. H. Sellers, at tba threshold of
a house in wbich Sellprs lived,
and in wbich Sellars was illegally
Bnforo the watprs become mud
dled, a few facts should be mad?
cUar. Sentiment ie invaluably
bu? it should not be on ??placed.
The officer that was killed was
'irmed nrith all Ipgal authori'v
o''CP6?ary to search the bouse. If
that was Seller's "home," the sen
timental sanctity given such a
place was lust wj?en b- prostitu
ted it by making it a s!'n-ehou=e
for illicit whiekoy. Again, thp
mau that attempted to make a
bargain with the officer before
submitting ?o legal process as to
what part of the house should not
be searched, was at:d for years
has been utterly regardless and
defiant of the law. So far as his
conduct could make him, Fellers
was an outlaw.
The evolution of Sellers from a
petty malefactor to a murdeier is
along natural lines. First, as newe
bu'ch9r, hb imported small quan
tities of whiskey and peddled it
to friends.'Then ho established
bims'-lf in Columbia as a "blind
t'ger," bandlirg liquor in larger
ntitips. He was successful. HP
...ts been known to import whis
key in carload lots. Sometimes he
was fined ; and he lost, much
whiskey, but his profits werp
great. He took pride in the title
"King of Blind Tigers." We ii av*
heard that Sellers permanently
retailed a Columbia lawyer, for
*n annual fee of $1,000 tocare
for bis interests wheu he got into
trouble through violation of the
law. So, openly and brazpnly vio
lating the law against selling li
quor illicitly, and making money
in the process, Sellers got to c in
sider that be had "rights" iu the
premises; for the protpction of
those "rights" he could command
legal talent, and when the officers
of the law pressed him closely he
used a Winchester rifle against
Who are responsible for Sellers
openly opprating au illfgal busi
ness in Columbia in defiance of
the law? Who aro responsible for
tbo'law of the state and city be
ing held in contempt? Who are
responsible fur permitting public
nuisance to be maintained here?
Who must bear their share in this
shocking tragedy by which an
officer of the Jaw IB slain? Those
that for years have had the pow
er'to crush this insolent outlaw
by utilizing the legal power in
their bauds, and that have failed
to do so. Habitual violation of
law baa been ti pated lightly, as
somewhat in tho nature of a joke.
Aiid from that seed this murder
Try the mw breakfast food,
Kellogg's Toasted Corn Flakes, 15
-.ente the uackape.
* W. E. Lynch & Co.
Spectacles made up to suit your
particular need at lowest possible
Geo. F. Mims,
. Edgefiold, S C
Just received fresh shipment
Force, Grapp Nuts, Oat Meal and
On? car of chairs and one-car
?f furniture on the road. These
.roods were bought cloak and we
can make prices that, shouid in
Rams&y- A Jones:
Large stock of euameled waie
and chinaware of all kinds-the
kind every household needs.
Pt. T. Scurry.
Nothing buperior to our "White
B. Tim mona-.
Wanted: A good home-raised
horse. Applv to
F. N. K. Bailey.
SjTry our "Moja" coffee,.the fiupst
25 ceuts coffee in town.
Van Camp's Pork and Be-ans,
and Hulled Corn Hominy.
ToNewjOrleans, Mobile and
Pensacola Via Southern. Bail
Account Mardi Gras celebra
tions at Ne?v Orleans, La., Mo
bil*,-.Ala., and Pensacola, Fla,
the Southern Railway ai.nounces
the very low rate of one first-class
f'ire plus 25 ceuts for the round
trip. Tickets on salt-* Febroary
26th, 27th, 2Srb and 2ftthr inclu
sive-; March 1st and 2nd, inclu
sive, good to leave New Orleans
reluming not later than midnight
March 10th, 1908. Stop-overs al
lowed going and returning.
For ratea, detailed information,
etc , apply to nearest Ticket A'gt
J. C. Lu sk,
Division Passenger A'gt;.
_^_ Charleston, 8.0.
and strictly prohibits
the sale of alum
So does France '
So dees German;
has been made illegal in Washin
bia, and alum baling powders ?
s*** To protect j
and be very sure you get P
Royal is the only Baking Po'
Cream of Tartar. It adds t
someness of the food.
Dr. Hodg33 to La-ve Ed^aiiald.
It is with regret that weha\e
learned that Dr. F. C. Hodgon has
rf8ignedhi8 position with Penn
& Holstein to take effect on the
1st of March, and will go to' Aik?n
to accept a positiou as pharma
cist in one of the. loading drug
stores ofthat place. Di. Hodges
h:is bcores upon scores of friends
in Edgefield who will regret his
Have Your Pictures Framed.
Mr. Beauregard Timmons has
just reoeivei a large supply of
new mouldiDgs tor framiug pic
tures. He makes a specialty of
diplomas aud certificates. More
than a dozen of the Daaghters of
the Confederacy have had Mr.
rimraon? frame their certificate?
of membership. While his work is
beautiful and first-class in evwry
reppect. his charges ara V3ry
rc a sou e bie.
Si:: th Car of Horses and Mules.
Mr. B. L. Joues returned on
Thnredav last from ' the west,
where he purchased the sixth car
of horses and mules that his firm
has shipped to Edgefield this sea
son. Messrs. B. L. Jores & Son
sell from eight to ten cars of
stock every season, and th?.y feel
confident that their business will
reach nine cars for the present
seaion. They are in a position to
supply any demand for horses
GARDEN SEED : A large assort- '
ment of Laudreth's celebrated
seed Just received. Let us supply
W. E. LYNCH & CO.
The books for the registration
of the voters of the town of Edge
field, S. C., are uow open in the
store of Messrs. May & Tompkins,
and will be kept open until Tues
day, April the seventh, 1908, six
o'clock p. m.
Supervisor of Registration.
We sell the "Hackney" and
'Old Hickory" wagons,'which have
stood the severest test in this sec
tion for raauy years. Two cars now
on the road.
Rainsby &, Jones.
When you need a buggy try a
Rock Hill, of Hackney, or Colum
bus, ora Tyson and Jones. No
Btroager line of buggies can be
io?nd io this section. Large as
sortment to select from.
We always carry complete as
sortment of fresh drugs and give
especial attention to all prescrip
tions sent us. A share of your
I To the Democratic Vtters of
j I hereby announce myself a
;i candidate to succeed myself as
! Superintendent of Education of
I Edgefield County, subject to the
.usual Democratic primary. If
elected, I will endeavor to be as
faithful to the tru3t iu the future,
a6 I have endeavored to be io the
W. D. HOLLAND.
Very large Mock of wagon and
buggy harness. Let us supply you.
Ramsey & Jones.
Auother shipment of Sparrow's
and Lowney's tine candies just re
B. Timmo ts.
Eggs For SaBe
Single-Comb Rhode Island
Reds exclusively. If you wa ut
good, and useful fowls, that
are bred for beauty, vigor,
good laying qualities, and
standard points,get the "Sin
:glu-Cnuab Reds." Eggs $1.00
Drop me a postal.
J. H. P. ROPER,
Edgefield, S. C
The sale of alum foods
gton and the District of Colum
are everywhere recognized as
ourself against alum,
iring baking powder,
wder made from Royal Grape
to the digestibility and whole
Neighbor hood Favorite.
Mrs. E D Charles, of Harbor,
Maine, speaking of Electric Bit
ters says :''It is a neighborhood
favorite here with us." lt deserves
to be a favorite everywhere. It
givi.'s quick relief in dyspepsia,
liver complaint, kiduey derange
ment, malnutrition, nervousness,
weakness and general debility.
Its action ou the blood, as a thor
ough purifier makes it especially
useful as a spriug medicine. This
grand alternative tonic is 6old uu
aV-r guaranteo at G L Penn & Son
W E Lynch ?? Co. drug stores 50c.
We would be glad for the
housewives to see our large stock
of Crockery. We have plain and
decorated ware, and can supply
the needs of every home.
Ramsey & Jone?.
Have yu tried our "Lord Cas
per'' cigars-nothing better.
Plow gear, braast-chaine,-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
nre working properly. Dr. King's
New Life Pills regulate the action
of stomach, liver and bowels .so
perfectly one can't help feeling
good wheu he uses these pille. 25c
at G I Penn (fe Son W E Lynch
& Co. drug stores.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY GF EDGEFIELD,
By J D Allen, Probate Judge.
Whereas, B F danton, W F
West and E J Mundy have made
suit to me, to grant them Letters
of Administration of the Estate
and effects of R J Johnson, dee'd.
These Are Therefore, to cite
and admonish all and singular
the kindred and Creditors of the
said R J Johnson, deceased, that
they be end appear before me, in
the Court of Probate, to be held
at Edgefield C. H., S'. C., on the
4th day of March next, after pub
lication hereof, at ll o'clock in
the forenoon, to show cause, if
any they have, why the said Ad
ministration should not be
Given under my hand this, 17th
day of February 1908.
J. D. ALLEN, J. P. E. C.
Ube Fertilizers of the Best Manufacturers, make
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 clo 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
^ and Georgia Formula. Use Wilcox, Gibbes & Co's
j-j Manipulated Manures. Besides these we can give
M you the goods of other old and Reliable Manufact
U 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.
"Ti TOU are in need of Horses and Mules we in4,
"vite you to^call and inspect these?
. Wc have in our stables from the cheapest Ten
nesee mules to the very best Kentucky mules.
i\ Therefore, we are in a position to fill all orders.
Wc 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: G