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WEDNESDAY, MAR. 4 ,1906.
The robio shooters are a law
abiding set this year.
Mr. J. M. Cobb advertises a five
rocm cottage for sale in this ?BSUO.
Miss Ida Norris, of Johnston, ie
the guest-of her aunt, Mrs. Mary
Miss Rollah Fair is enjoying a
sojourn of a month in Beech
Island at the borne of Mr. and
Mrs. Warren Fair.
Miss Jennie Holley, a be anti ful
blonde from Aiken, is the guest
of her'sister, Mrs. J. F. Eutzmiu
ger, at the college.
The Advertiser job office so
licits your orders for printing of
all kinds. Satisfaction guaranteed
^.on every job sent out.
Mr. Horace C?gbur? who is
employed on the Southern rail
road between Columbia and
Savannah spent a portiou of last
week with the home fol ks.
Mr. H. C. Watsou bas resigued
as ono of the marshals of, the
town and Blr. Robert H. Barks
bas been appointed to fill the va
caucy. Mr. Parks will maka a
fearless and very capable officer.
One very frequently sees pss
tureless cows in town but very
rarely sees a cowless pasture.
Buncombe has within its borders
a very fine cowless pasture, the
possession of Mr. J. P. Bates.
Hon. J. C. Sheppard attended
the annual banquet of the alum
ni of Forman U-iiverity that was
held in Anderson on Friday even
ing last, and delivered the address
of the occas iou.
In Spring Oxfords for men,
ladies and misses we were never
better prepared to serve you
t Come, let us show you.
J. W. Peak.
Mr. John A. Weir baa embark
ed in the livery business. Having
- purchased a portion of the livery
equipment of Mr. J. E. Mims. he
will continue the business at the
Holland stables to the rear of the
court house. Mr. Weir solicits a
share of )0ur business.
The appearance of Main street
will be greatly improved when the
sew Bouknigbt bouse is completed
and painted. Mr. J. A. Merritt
bas rented this bouse and will oc
cupy if as soon as the contractor
turns over the keys.
Fttsh supply of Harris Lithia
Water just received.
The crowds are eomg to tbe
stores of Mr. J.. Rubenetein 'to
avail themselves of some of thp
. fri eat bargains that are being of
,\ fered during the Bsnkrupt Sale
that is now on. Great bargains in
every department Read his large
?i Mr. Wallace C. Templin?, the
faithful carrier of the rural free
delivery mail, has , purchased an
ap-ro-da;te motorcycle with wbicb
to maka his rounds. When the
condition of the roads permits, by
using the machine be can make
his daily circuit in possibly a
third of th1 time that it bas here
to "ore required.
D m't fail to see the lovely
TAILOR MADE SKIRTS $3 50
to $12.00. You will be pleased.
Just opened at Cobb's.
Dr. J. T. Pattison, the county
treasurer, says be has collected
about 85 per c^nt of the taxes on
hie books. On Monday last he
collected Something over $1?00. !
Dr. Pattison states that unless
those who are in arrears come
forward in greater numbers than
they did in March of. last year,
more executions will be issued
from bis office than for any pre
We solicit your prescription
business. Utmost care is eXer
. cised in compounding prescrip
tions and only pure, fresh drugs
are used. Our prices are very
; PENN & HOLSTEIN,
. G. L. Penn & Son.
Monday b?ing first Monday and
tbe first day of court, there wae
a larger crowd in Edgefield than
^orobabhkon any other similar oc
casi??f vince Saluda and Green
wooa|?sra cut from the old moth
er county. The size of Ibe crowd
and the good order that prevailed
were very generally commented
Prof. G. F. Long stated to Mr.
Morgan McKoon, when the latter
addressed lbs Trenton High
School on Friday mcruing last,
that there are 87 pupils in bis
Behool and not a single one uses
tobacco in any form. This is a
very creditable record. Would
that for tb.e sake of the boys this
could be said of every school in
PRESCRIPTIONS our special
ty.'We solicit your Prescriptions,
dav or night.
WE GUARANTEE pure drugs,
accurate compounding, and rea
W. E. LYNCH ? CO,
Tbe candidates miss thousands
"yards of sausage and miles of
uck*bones by not embarking up
ju tbe oampaign earlier. If they
were already ont on their vote
seekiug jaunts, we would direct
them to the home of our friend
Bob Powell, who has ten large
hogs yet to kill. However, the
men whom the offices are seeking,
or vice versa, can find sweet, jui
cy, home-raised hams at the home
of our friend next summer.
Wik .aj?npng lb- vi.<;iof? .? J?.4Be?
field on Friday Jast.
Misses Rhett and Maxcie Shep
pard, have returned after spend
ing a month very pleasantly in
Greenville as guests of th sir
auut, Mrs. Maxwell.
The Jan e* AdamB 10-oent Bhow.
will be in Edgefield next week.
This show spent a week here a
year ago and gave good, clean at
The celebrated French Coach
hoi se is ??again at the stables of I
Meserfl. B. L. Jones & Son. See
advertisement in this issue.
Weather Prognosticator Samuel
Taylor has declared that there
will be very little wind in March
this year. He says the wiud has
been blowing all winter and that j
it bas "blowed out"-none left to |
Miss Kate Reynolds was very
cordially greeted upon , her visit
to Edgefield last week. Miss Kate
is now making her home in Green
wood/having accepted a position
as saleslady in the large Rosen
burg dry goods store.
After a very pleasant stay of
several weeks in Atlanta with bei
sister, Mrs. W. S. Cogborn, M?SB
Kate Sheppard has returned and
is again at ber post at the store of
Messrs. May & Tompkins.>
Spring DreBS Goods: A very
large and beautiful assortment of
new epriug dreBS goods in all the
new weaves and styles now ready.
We especially invite the ladies to
J. W. Peak.
Miss Narcie Lewis passed
through Edgefield on Monday en
route to Augueta to visit her
nephew, Mr. Goode Williams, who
is at .the hospital convalescing
from an operation for appendici
tis. Miss Narcie returned on Tues
day and reported her nephew to
be Bteadily improving.
Large assort mps t of Boys' Knee
Pants from the best manufactur
ers. AU sizes and prices. Let us
fit your boy. ,
J. M. Cobb.
Mrs. J. E. "Hart was called to
the bedside of her father, D. P.
LaGrone who suffered a stroke of
paralysis at bis home in Johnston
on Thursday last. The latest in
formation1 received w is to tbs
effect that Dr* LaGroue was im
proving, being uow able to sit up.
Miss Josie Sheppard is rapidly
improving and will be abie to re
turn home on Saturday. Seme
idea of thealarmiug prevalence of ?
appendicitis can be gained from
the fact that since Miss Josie has
been at the sanitarium about ten.
persons have undergone opera
tions for this new twentieth cen
We are headquarters-'In Edge
field for paints and oils. Get our
prices before buying.
Mr. Geo. W. Quarles, one of the
supervisors of registration, was in
town on Saturday, and while in
conversation with The Advertiser's j
representaive stated that he ex
pects to stand for re-el?ctiou in
the approaching campaign. Mr.
Qnarles had the m misfortune to
lose a cow last week that be paid
$40 for only a short lime ago.
FOR SALE: My 5 room cot
tage good barn and stables and
servant's house-South Edgefield.
Terms liberal. Apply to
Jam*-s M. Cobb.
We saw quite a number of far
mers purchasing seed oats on
Monday. Mr. J. B Adams told us j
that the farmers around Colliers
are running their plows in full
force sowing oats. If we remem
ber correctly, Mr. Adams said
bis father once made a good crop
of oats that were sown as late as
FOR SALE: A Jersey Cow and
good mule. Apply to
*P P. Blalock,
Edgfield, S. C.
Hauling a large lot of cotton
to market, especially at a season
when' the roads are bad, is a
very great undertaking Hon. W.
A. Strom told us on Monday'that
he has about 40 bales of his crop
of 389 bales yet to haul. He says)
he expects to erect a warehouse at
Edgefield to store his cotton in, so
Le can bani itjn the fall when
the roads are good:
FOB SALE: .Broadcast Com
marcial Fertilizer Distributors.
Man and horse can do the work
of three or four hands, and more
satisfactory. Auy width row. The
thing for second application.
Write W. M. Patrick, Woodward,
Machinery for Sale.
One Boiler and Engine, one
60-saw Hall Gin, Condenser, Feed
er and Press. All oan be bought
chf.ap. For further information
E Mi Padgett,
Trenton. S. C.
R. F. D. No. 3.
FOR SAL?1 Fine Truitt Big
Bo'l Cotton Seed, strictly pure.
Under five bushels $1, larger lots
75 c?nt8 per bushel.
Florodora Cotton Seed at 501
cen ts per bushel.
M. C. Parker,
Edgefield, S. C,
Seed Irish Potatoes : Large ship
ment of best, seleoted Eastern
Seed Irish Potatoes.
W, E. Lynch & Co.
We sell the Waterman Fouut?
am Pens-the heat on the market.
PENN & HOLSTEIN,
G. L. Penn & Son.
ri-leer. Glove* Sitadi:y !a>>i?v
The Advertiser is hsppy ta at>
noudee that Kathleen Glover who
has been in Atlaota under tieat
.ment of specialists for a moDth or
more is steadily improving. Ac
companied by a lady attendant,
she went out to Grant's Park one
day last week aud walked about
two miles while taking this very
Distinguished Divine Coming
Rev. Dr. Smith, assistaut sec
retary of the Foreign Mission
Board of the Southern Baptist
Convention, will preach in the
Baptist church on Sunday even
ing next, March the Slb.^The pub
lic is cordially invited to hear
bim. Dr. Smith rauks among the
leading Baptist ministers of the
south, aud our people will onjoy
a rare privilege in having him
Small Whiskey Shipments to John
Among the things that our eis
t r town is famous for is her fear
less and very efficient chief of
police, Mr. Derrick. This mau
who 'strikes terror to the blind
tigers was in Edgefield on Mon
day attending court, and told the
writer that since Georgia went
dry there is not as much whiskey
shipped to bis town in a week as
was formerly shipped there in une
A Spick and Span Turnout.
Wo are happy to announce that
our young neighbor, Dr. James S.
Byrd, bas purchased a high step
ping steed aD'd a robber-tire bug
gy-a spick and span turnout.
When the Buncombe trolley
leaves us in the afternoon, we will
seat our tired form beside Dr.
Byrd, and bis spirited horse
will take ue quickly and
safely, especially quickly, to our
One nf the After-Dinner Speakers.
The sophomore class of David
son college established the custom
several years ago of giving ah an
nual banqust. The banquet this
year was held at the Selwyn hotel
in Charlotte, and Edgefield's
bright and handsome member of
the clasp, Mr. Dozier Lynch, was
one of the after diuuer speakers,
responding to the toast **19?.O." As
everyone who knew him expected,
Dozier is making a ?ood record at
A Distinct Honor..
The Advertiser has been inform
ed that our talenf?d young friend.
Miss Emmie McKie, who is a stu
dent at the Win?tou-Salem Con
servatory of Music, has been com
plimented as no student of the in
stitution so yoong as Mies Emmie
has ever beeD complimented be
fore. Ou a rece',ut Sabbath she was
requested to play upon the large
pipe organ at /vesper service:
the Moravian cWrcb in Wioe
For one so yoong to be self
from the student body to per
ou the pipe organ is a dit
honor, aud evidences the fae
her. superior f musical tale:
Planning to Mbiye to Edgefield.
Mr. M. B. : Sturkey was in
Edgefield on yesterday and it was
the writer's good fortune to have
a leDgthy chat jvith him. He says
labor is very scarce in his section.
Up to this time' he has ouly one
hand on a four-horse farm. Mr.
Sturkey is exceedingly anxious
for Plum Branch to have trolley
connection with tho outside world,
aud if they are unable to secure
any other road, the people of
Plum Branch will connect with
the proposed electric road from
Atlanta to Augusta. This road
will run within six miles of
Plum Brauch. Mr. Sturkey has
four children and is giving them
good tducatioual advantages. He
is noxious to move his family to
Edgefield io order to seud his
children to the South Carolina
Co-Educational Institute, aud
feels confident that he can perfect
his plans by next fall. A most
cordial welcome awaits him.
Very Creditable Showing?
There is not a colored church
in the county that is more thor
oughly alive and progressive than
Macedonia, the Baptist church of
the colored people in Edgefield.
Several years ago they tore down
their old church aud erected a
spacious and substantial building
iu its stead. Ou laBt Sunday the
membeis of the church held spe
cial exercises for the purpoee of
taking a collection, the funds to
be used in painting the iuterior
of the church. The sum of forty
odd dollars was raised, which WBB
an exceedingly creditable show
ing. R>*v Frank Weaver is pas
tor of the church, and some of the
most active workers among the
laity, aro Andrew W. Simkins,
Wallace A. Morgan and Robert
A. GreeD. There are probably
many other sctive members whose
names are uot familiar to the
Try our "Moja" coffee, the finest
25 cents coffee iu town.
Large apsortment of the cele
brated Bu;st "Prize Medal" Gar
den St ed. They uever fail to ger
PENN & HOLSTEIN,
G. L. PPDU & Son.
Van Camp's Pork and Beans,
and Hulled Coru Hominy.
The Aetna and Phenix are al
most the only Companies accom
modating enough to insure your
tenanted country buildings, be
cause you give them your better
class of business. Do you appre
E. J. Norria, Agt.
? 3Zr. and E?r*. Julian R Strother
Entertained the Young People.
Young people always enjoy
coming together for social inter?
course but to them there is noth
ing comparable to attending a so
cial gathering at a country home
where old-time, southern hospi
tality pervades the very atmos
phere. A num ber of 1 he young peo
ple of our town ppant an exceed
ingly pleasant evening at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Julian R.
Strother on Friday eveniDg last.
A portion of the time was spent
io exciting games and contests,
chiefest amoug them being a co
nundrum contest. The winners of
the prize, a beautiful bnx of Huy
ler's candy, were Miss Marie Mar
tin and Mr. Paul Cogburn. Al the
close oi the games, elegant re
freshments were served in great
Teaches the. Morgan School '
Probably there are many
schools in the county that have
had good teachers for years, but
we have in mind one in particu
lar that has been well taught, and
that is the Morgan school. For a
long time pr ior to bis death, Gol
T. C. Morgau, presided over
this school, and now the patrons
have been fortunate in ftecuring
the services of Mr. Robert A.
Cochran. While in Edgefield on
Monday looking after some busi
ness matters, this sterling citizen
of Rehoboth told the writer that
owing to the scarcity and un
reliability of labor he decided to
reduce his farm and yielded to
the solicitation of the patrons of
the Morgan ? school. The father's
and mothers of that ' community
are to be congratulated upon their
good fortune in ^securing Mr.
Presentment to the Grand Jury.
To His Honor, John S. Wiloon.
Presiding Judge March Term of
Court of Edgefield County, Edge- ?
field, S. C.
We the grand jury for the year' '
1908 have passed on the indict- j
ments banded to us by the court ,
and have made returns thereon to ;
the court. ?
This, being our first year; we t
have not considered any matters ,
which may have been unfinished j
und r the term of the grand jury
for the year 1907. Such matters .
will have our consideration, if (
necessary later on. The following |
committees have been appointed |
from our number to look after (
such public matters as are gener- ?
allv looked after by our body. " \
Committee on County Offices (
and Accounts: Thos. Stansell, W [
H Smith. A M Timmerman, J G ,
Wright, T E Lamb, chairman.
Road, Chaingang and Bridges:
J M MavP, chairman, A ? Welle, ]
Wade Derrick, J W R DeLaugh
ter, H H Sanders, E L Scott, J S
PoorHou8e: FP Byrd, chair
man, W H Morcan. E R Dasher, e
tesiee ana assistance rendered io pi
us by the Solicitor and other courtly
officers at this term of court.
T.J E. LAMB,
New Mackerel : Barrol of large,
fat Mackerel just received.
Dunovant & Co.
Delightful canned California
Peaches aud Pears.
If you want the best, buy
Buist'8 selected Seed Irish Pota
toes. Direct from Buist's farms.
PENN & HOLSTEIN,
G. L. Penn & Son.
We have purchased a beautiful
stock of Spring millinery. It is
now ou the road and will boon be
J. W. Peak.
The early spring shoppers are
invited to call at our store and
see tue prutty new thiugs of the
season that are now arriving dai
J. W. Peak.
My new Embroideries, Laces j I
and full line of Spring notions
will arrive this week. The ladies
are cordially invited to inspect
J. W. Peak.
We would be glad for the
housewives to see our large stock
of Crockery. We have plain at d
decoratod ware, and can supply
the needs of every home.
Ramsey & Jone?.
A Boston s<
weak and sickly.
Hit arms wei
He didn't have a sta
the family for thirtj
To feel thal
would think he was
ALL DRUGGISTS: I
A CArd From 2ir. E. E. Nicholson.
I regret ex?Q? dingly to have to
appear in a newspaper article in
a personal way ; but on account of
the fact that I have been informed
that Eome of my friends do not
understand why I did not vote for
the Nash prohibition bill, I de
sire to call to their attention the
platform upon which I was elect
ed, which will ehow them why '.
could not vote for a state prohib?
lion bill whichelimniated all cou >
ty option features, at the last sos
sion of the General Assembly.
The following is a correct state
ment of my platform with refer
ence to the liquor question, upon
which I was elected, and is taken
from the Edgefielb" Cbrooicle,
bearing date August 2nd. 1906.
"Mr. Nicholson ii in Favor of
Abolishing J the State Dispen
"The last of the candidates for
the^ legislature announced by
chairman Bussey was the Hon. B
E. Nicholson. Mr. Nicholson's
platform in a nutshell, if written
by himself, would be: 'I am in
favor of abolishing the state dis
ppnsary, and of leaving it to the
people of .each county to decide
whether a county shall have pro
hibition or a county dispensary.
Personally, I have always been in
favor of prohibition, and expect
to vote for, and stand for prohib?
tion in this county ; but I believe
that this question should be set
tled by the people of each county
for themselves, and that the will
of the majority should govern. I
am opposed to the repeal of the
I am sure that my friends will
realize that I could not disregard
the; platform upon which I waB
elected, and which I had solemnly
pledged myself to support, if
elected. I feel quite sure that
there is no citizen in the county
of Edgefield who has a deeper in
terest in the promotion of tem
perance than I have. I haye givon
more time, thought and Rtu iy to
this question than any other su b
ject. However, deep my interest
in a cause may be, and however
strongly I may feel inclined to it,
[ hope that my personal feelings
?hall never cause me to overlook
the rights of others, or to disre
gard the promise I made to the
people of my county.
' This statement is not made by
way of apology, or for the benefit
jf any persons who have sought
:o criticise me, while knowing the
slatform upon which I was elect
*d, but is made for the benefit of
inch of my friends as may not
lave heard my speeobes in the
campaign, or may not have seen
he , newspaper accounts of my
B. E. Nicholson,
?dgefield, S. C., March 2, 1908.
Just received delightful Roast
d Coffee, 15 to 25 cents per pound.
ttl DlUv,a VM mm. "_
* E. J. Norris, Agt.
The Aetna and Continental are
Wo among the largest Fire In
urance Companies in the world.
E. J. Norris, Agt.
Try the new breakfast food,
kellogg's Toasted Corn Flakes, 15
ante the package.
W. E. Lynch & Co.
Spectacles made up to suit your
?articular need at lowest possit/e
Geo. F. Mims,
Edgefield. 6 C
Just received fresh sh i pm eut
^orce, Grape Nuts, Oat Meal and
Ofie car of chairs and one car
f furniture on the road. These
oods were bought close and we
an make prices that should m
Ramsey & Jones.
Large stock of enameled ware
nd chinaware of all kinds-the
ind every household needs.
R. T. Scurry.
Nothing superior to our "White
Wanted: A good home-raiBed
loree. Apply to
F. N. K. Bailey.
RUBBER TIRES: I have a
nachine for resetting your old
ires cr putting on new ones
Jest rubber tires carried in stock
Ul work guaranteed.
W. H. Powell.
Jioolboy wat tall,
re soft and flabby,
rong muscle in his
i who had attended
r years prescribed
t boy's arm you
apprenticed to a
SOO. AND St.OO.
Where the 1
Ifyyal is ii
Not only for ri
or for special t
Royal is equall}
preparation of p
Supervisor Cutting Expenses.
In order to reduce the expense1
of the road working force of the
county to a minimum, Supervisor
D, P. Self has consolidated the
two gangs and will in future have
to pay only one foreman and ona
set of guards. He will operate
both road machines ?but ou ly one
subsoil plow, instead of two as
formerly. The large gang is now
jomposed of about twenty-five
convicts. Mr. Self is of t he opin
ion that through the consolidation
ie 'can effect a saving of from
*1,200 to $1,500 a year to the
Rational Pneumonia Treat
The most successful physicians
ire now treating pneumonia by
he application of counter-irri
ants. They are learning to resist
he temptation to doctor the
sough, which, after all, is only
lature's effort to relieve herself,
ind are endeavoring to reach the
teat of the congestion without the
ise of internal remedies.
Some are using preparations
ibout as pleasant to the patient
is au application of mud cr putty,
)ut the wisest use a pleasant
The ideal remedy *ti Noah's
iniment. Its carefully compound
eep it applied to that portion of
be bodv. The effect will be almost
mmediate and in many cases the
breatened pneumonia will be dis
elled before a physician can be
Best for rheumatism, sciatica,
ame back, stiff joints and mus
ics, sore throat, colds, strains
prains, cuts, bruises, colic,
ramps, etc. For internal aches
ud pains Noah's Liniment has
>o equal. For sale and guaran
eed by your druggist. 25c Sam
ile for the asking. Noah Remedy
Jo., Richmond and Boston.
To the Democratic Voters of
I hereby announce myself a
acdidate to succeed myself as
luperintendent of Education of
Cdgefield County, subject to tho
iBual Democratic primary. If
leoted, I will endeavor to be as
aithful to the trust in the future,
s I have endeavored to be in the
W. D. HOLLAND.
Very large stock of wagon and
>uggy harness.. Let us supply you.
Ramsey & Jones.
Another shipment of Sparrow's
md Lowney's fine candies just r?
Eggs For Sale
Single-Comb Rhode Island
Reds exclusively. If you want
good, and useful fowls, that
are bred for beauty, vigor,
good laying qualities, and
staudard points, get the "Sin
glo-Comb Reds." Eggs $1.00
Drop me a postal.
J. H. P. ROPER,
Edgefield, S. C
Have y?u tried our "Lord Cag
ier" cigars-nothing better.
Plow gear, breast-chains, fifth
ihaius and stretcher-chains at.
Firel Fire! Fire! Fire! The
?OBI is too small to go uninsured.
3, J. Norris, Agt.
ich or fine food
?mes or service,
evaluable in the
ls, for all occa
s the food more
We invite the ladies, to see our
beautiful china closet. Nothing
in the large cities will surpass
Ramsey & Jones.
Best Healer In The World.
Rev. P Starbird, ' of East Ray
mood, Maine, says: "I have used
Bucklen's ?rnica Salve for sev
eral years on my old army wound,
and other obstinate sores, and
find it the best healer in the
world. I use it too with great suc
cess in my * veterinary business."
25o at W E Lynch & Co. Penn- &
Holstein, successors to G L Penn
& Son drug stores.
Court frocec dings
fha Court of General Sessions
convened on Monday morning
with Hon. J. S. Wilson as pre
siding? judge. The solicitor, ste
nographer and other court offi
cials were promptly-in the their
places, and the court waa soon or*
After Judge Wilson's charge to
the grand jury Solicitor Zimmer
man handed out the indictments
and the following true bills were
Josh Peterson, murder; Meuse
Gray, murder; Will Hood, dis
posing of property under lien;
Charlie Nicholson, housebreaking
and larceny; Jim -Jones, obtain
ing goods by false pretenses. "No
bills" were found against John
Henry Brooks and Irvin C Har
rison, both of whom were charged
with assault and Battery with in
tent to kill.
On Monday Ferro Thurmond
was tried for murder. A mistrial
was ordered after the jury re
mained in the room all'night.
The defendant was represented by
Hon. J. Wm. Thurmond, and act
ing for the solicitor, 8. Mi Smith,
Esq., appeared for the state.
At the hour of closing our forms
OB Tuesday afternoon the court is
engaged with the trial of Steven
Lindsey indicted for murder.
Hon. J Wm Thurmond is repre
senting the defendant and S McG
Simkins, Esq., is acting for the
The grand jury completed its
work on Monday but the entire
week will be consumed in clearing
Good For Everybody.
Mr. Norman R Coulter, a promi
nent architect, in the Del ber
Building,. San Francisco says:
"I fully endorse all that has been
said of Electric Bitters as a tonic
medicine. It is good for every
body, lt corrects stomach, liver
and kidney disorders m a prompt
and efficient manner and builds
up the system." Electric Bitters
is the best spring medicine ever
sold over a druggist's counter; as
a blood purifier it is unequaled.
50c at W E Lynch & Co. Penn ?fe
Holstein, successors to G L Penn
? Son drug stores.
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Use Fertilizers of the Best Manufacturers, make
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Use Royster's Farmers'Bone. Use ^Armour's
Blood and Bone goods,. Use Patapsco, Mastodon
and Georgia Formula. Use Wilcox, Gibbes & Co's
Manipulated Manures. Besides these we can give
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.
b If you are in need of Horses and Mules we in*
vite you tojcall and inspect t.i?se?
We have in our stables from the cheapest Ten
nesee mules ta 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
Bdgefield, S: C.