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WEDNESDAY, MAR. ll, 1908.
Register 1 Register! ! Register! ! !
Tell your friends toregieter.
You can't vote unless you reg
Miss Mamie Moore, a very beau
tiful voung lady, from Spartan
burp, is the guest of Mrs. M. P.
Mrs. W. L. Dunovaut hases!
her guests her aunt, Mrs. Lula
> Clyde, and couaiu, Mi?s Mars
Clyde, of Na?hvilie, T-:ua..
The friends of Capt. W. H.
J?ruuson are glad to see bim out
again after having a week's strug
gle with grip.
We ULdf-T6tai.d that cur friend
Asa Broadwater hus already
planted seven acres in Chrysan
themums and has three seres to
Attention is directed tothe ad
vertisement of Supervisor Self
couceruing the filling of holes in
the public roads of the county.
The Hon. W. H. Yeldell who
bas served his sixth term in the
legislature has announced his can
didacy for clerk of court of Green
Mr. W. W, Ramsey . one of the
leading cotton factors of Augus
ta, has been in Edgefield several
days. Mr. Ramsey is the senior
member of the firm of Ramsey &
Rev. Crarles M. Dunaway, in
whom many Edgefield people
have au abiding interest, is con
ducting a series of meeting? at
Asbury Methodist church in Au
m Mr. and Mrs. Beauregard Tim
raou8 are receiving-tbe congratu
lations of ?heir friends over the
arrival of twins at their home, a
little "daughter and a_ little sou.
ID this issue we publish a no
tice of au electian that is to be
held on April, the 14th for the
purpose of electing a mayor and
six wardens for the town of Edge
field for the ensuing two years.
Mr. J. H. P. Roper and M VJ.
P, Bates give our readers in tbf-ir
a-lvertisemsut, this week a faint
idea of- how their fine fowls ap
pear. You have to see the real
"birds" themselves to get a cor
rect idea of their beauty and su
periority over other fowls.
FOR SALE: 200 bus'.iels Marl
boro Excelsior Cotton- ?eed at 75
cents per bushel. Apply to
Johnston, S. C.
The Rev. Dr. Smith of th?? Bap
tist Foreign Missiou Board will
-preach in the Baptist church OD
j Sunday evening next? the 15'h
I inst. Through an error Vr. Smith's
I appointment was previously au
? Douncod for last Sondav evening
9 lu Spring Oxfords for men,
1 ladies and misses we wore never
I belier prepared to serve you.
Come, let us show you.
J. W. Peak.
0(.-Fnday last Mrs. J. H. P.
Roper was,, summoned by tele
phone to'the bedside of. her broth
er, Mr. Edgar M. Hamanod, w'ho
is extremely ?ll at the home of
Mr. D B. Hammond near North
Augusta. Mr. Hammond bas
Bright's disease and no hope of
his recovery is entertained.
Mr. M. DaLoach, one of the
best farmers in the couuty, adver
tises Marlboro* Excelsior cotton
need tor sale in this issu 3. H> has
ibeeo planting this improved va
riety of cotton for ten years and
it's highly pleased with the results.
Last year he rpnewed bis seed,
consequently they are DOW per
It* you want the most delight
ful bread that ever came from a
baker's oven, try the Hollings
worth bread that is sold by Mes
srs. T. P. LyoD & Co. They get it
fresh from the Hollingsworth bak
ery in Augusta several time3 a
week bv expresa. Delightful rolls
aD'l coffee br-ead can also bn bad
at this popular st?r?.
We solicit your prescrij tion
business. Utmost care is exer
cised io compounding prescrip
tions aDd only pure, frc sh drugs
are used. Our prions are very
PENN & HOLSTEIN,
G. L. Peuo & Son.
Notwithstanding the fact that
Rev. T. P. Burgess filled his regu
lar appointment at Johnston Sun
day morning last and at Trenton
iu the afternoon, he preached a
most excellent sermon at Yhe
monthly union sprvice in the Bap
tist church Sunday evening. The
npxt union service will be h^ld in
the Methodist church on the eveo
iug .?f the secoud Sunday in Aprii.
PRESCRIPTIONS our special
ty. We solicit your Prescript ion?,
div or uight.
WE GUARANTEE pure drujs,
accurate com pouuHog, aud rea
W: E. LYNCH & CO.
Tu his new advertisement this
woek Mr. ?. W. Peak aun^uncps
the arrival of his brgj ppring
stock. Ha Dot ouly has one of tho
prettiest assortments of goods but
the prices are very low. Mr. Peak
ia selling ail cottou goods DIU -.h
lower tbs o they hive boeo [sold
hpre before for many month?.
The ladies should visit bis store
and inspect his beautiful goods
before making iheir purchases
teachiug a larye school near L-x
i?gloL c?imo to Edgefield Friday
and visited her sister, Miss Ber
tha Morgan, at thc hon;e of ber
uncle, ?.Hon. J. Woo. Thurmoul,
returning; to h,jr PC bool duties on
Til? Indios uf tho Chrysanthe
mum association are .r.-qu^st^d to
ov?'t a! the borne of .Mrs. W. I>.
Gogb?r? Thursday afternoon,
the 12th inst., at four o'clock. AU
members ?re U'"ged to be present
as it will be determined at this
meeting whilhr or no1: tho as
sociation snail bs continued.
Many colored people have ex
pressions peculiarly their own
in greeting each otbor. Tho writer
heard the following greetings in
crossiug the crowded publicsquare
a few days ago: One old colored
tuan said to tho other, "How does
yer git"? Tho reply was: "I'm
the same ole rooster, bul I knin't
crow as good ae I useler."
A dispatch was received from
Richmond -yesterday afternoon to
tn? affect that the United States
Cour* of Appeals had rendered a
decision ia favor of the defend
ants in the case of Cheat h am
against Mrs. Victoria Evans, Mr.
W. W. Adams and the Edgefield
Upon his fitness for the office
and upon bis record of service,
Dr. J. T. Pattison offers himself
foi re-election to the office of
County Treasurer. As be is well
known in every nook and corner of
the county an introduction at our
hands is unnecessary. Dr. Patti
son has mauy loyal friends who
will hail his aunouuement for
re-election with great delight.
Fnsh supply of Harris Lithia
W ater just received.
. B. Timmons
In response to a question from
The Advertiser'^ representative
concerning his plaus for the ap
proaching campaign Mr. S. McG.
Simkius stated that he would bo
a candidate either for the state
senate or for the House. Mr. Sim
kins being a deep think ?r n.udj
fluent speaker, will make ih? u '.
kin ring next summer.
The James Adams lO-cents
show is drawing great crowds
evry night. They will continu"
their exhibitions through Satur
day night, giving a performance
Saturday aftTnoou ror the school
children. ?'he program is varied
every night. This show, was in
Edgefield a year ago and was then
larg i. patronized as it is now.
All oijec Tunable features have
The uniou meeting of the 2:jd
dividion of tin Edgefield Baptist
Association will con/one with the
Republican churc? March 28tb
l>.t. Query-The lavtnau'e part
in soul-winuiLg. D A J Bell, J T
Littlejohn, Charlie? Jones
2nd. Query-The place of Bap
tists ia the evangelization of the
world. Revs. J P Mealing, P B
Lanham. P P Blalock.
3rd. Query-The nfcce?eity of
humar? agency 'to bringa mau to
repentance for his sins, for ex
ample, David vs Uriah.
Missionary sermon Sunday by
Rev. J T Littlejohn.
H.A. Adams, clerk.
We invite the ladies, to &ee our
beautiful china closet. Nuthiug
in the larg*1 cities will surpass
Ramsey & Jones.
Spring Dress Goods: A very
iarge and beautiful assortment of
new spring dress goods in all the
new weaves and styles now ready.
We especially iuvite the ladies to
J. W. Peak.
Large assortmest of Boys'. Knee
Pants from the best manufactur
ers. All sizes and prices. Let us
fit your boy.
J. M Cobb.
We are headquarters in Edge
field for paints and oils. Got our
prices before buying.
FOR SALE: My 5 rocm cot
tage good barn and stable? and
s-'-rvant's house-South Edg n ,: J.
Teims liberal. Apply to
Janu s M. Cobb.
FOR SALE : A Jersey Cow a.xd
good mule. Applv to
"P P. Blalock,
Edgrield, S. C.
FOR SALE: Broadcast Com
mercial Fertilizer Distributors.
Man and horse can do the work
of thr^e or four hand.-5, and more
satisfactory. Any width row. The
thicg for second application.
Write W. M. Patrick, Woodward"
Slp-chincry for Sale.
One Boil-r and Engine, ono
:60-saw Hall Gin, Condenser, Feed
er and Press. Al'-can be bought
j ch^ ap. For further information
E M. Padgett,
Trenton. S. C.
R. F. 1). No. 3.
FOR SALE: Fine Truitt Big
Bo'l Cotton Seed, strictly pure.
Under five rrisbels $1, larger lots
75 c-^nts per bushe'.
Florndora Cotton Seed at 50
cen ts per bushel.
M. C. Parker,
Edgefield, S. C.
Sfied Irish Potatoes: Large ship
ment of besf, selected Eastern
Seed Irish Potatoes.
W. E. Lynch & Co.
We sell the Waterman Fount
a'n Peni.-the he6t ou the maiket.
PENN & HOLSTEIN,
G. L. Ponn & Sou.
.'vir. J.ituj??d L?. fompk? is iui?
the writer th it In sow-id about
?hiirty-fiv? acres of oats in Janua
ry and still ha-? about ten acres
that b^ purposes sowiu* this
w^e.k. lil says ha rializthat it
is late, Mit havi.rg theseed* cat?,
the land, haud-pov3r an J mun -
power, h< will ri?k it anyway.
Seed for Distribution
Congressman J. 0. Patterson
has sent a pack of vegetable seod
to The Advertiser, als) one to
Clerk of Court W. J3. Cogbum for
free distribut ion. Tho.*e who.'wish
to plant st-ed tbfat are sont out by
tho government can ger. them by
calling upo:i Ch-rie of Court Cog
burn or at tb?3 office.
Can Scarcely Supply .Demand.
Mr. J. H. P. Roper's hens ob
ject to bis advertising their ogg?
in Tbo Edgf-fiMd Advertiser. They
bave to work overtime in order tu
keep lip with the orders for <\ggn.
He sold every egg on the plac
except ODS several days ago, and
still had three ord-rs to fill. Mr.
Roper is unable to supply the de
mand for Rhode Island Red pul
lets and cockerels, ile will have
to enlarge bis poultry farm.
Mr. Salter'0 Water-Ground IXe&l.
Mr. F. P. Salter made quite a
uumber of houoewives in Edge
field glad on last Saturday wheo
b.3 delivered about tweuty-fivp
bushels of hia home-ground mea)
in our ci'y. If you want some
good, old-fashioned com brend,
the kind that grandmother used
to make, buy Saker's water-ground
meal-. Should you fail to soe him
in person drop him a card at
Trenton, and in due season the
desired quantity of meal will be
delivered at your door.
A pretty uovelty of the season
is the narrow ribbon necklet,
which is worn equally with hi^b,
transparent bodices and with de
colote effects. It/ consists of a
stiff balf-iDch moire ribbon that
passes round the neck and crosses
11 '.rout through a slide of eilver
01 gold, set with jewels, real or
artificial. The ribbon end? are
fioisbed with caps of metal top
ping tiny metal tassels or other
fancy "drops."-Harper's Bazar.
Did Ko t Want to Lie.
Considerable laughter was
cr-ated when Edmund Allen,
colored, was placed upon lb*
.stand, during th? trial of the par
tica iuvolved in the homicide
which occurred at Willoi Spring
church las', year. After Edmund,
whoso cranium i? u?t over-crowd
ed with brain cfclls, was sworn he
turuod his big fy-s un at Judge
Wilson and said: "i)os-> cf yer
j ist won't let debe here lawyers
cros^-quesfion me, 1 won't tell rio
lie?. 1 don't want io tell no lier,
fer ef I-do, I'll go lo h-ll."
I desire to ii;form the people of
th* 'town of Edgefield, that I am
a candidate foi Mayor io the
election to be nr-dd on Apr/51 14th,
190& For several years paet, I
have given much of ray time to
tho advancement of the interests
of the town ; and if elected mayor,
I will continue.to work for its in
terests in all Hues with renewed
efforts. I will, besides, enforce the
town ordinances, and work for a
good town government to the best
of my ability. I have made no
promises to any one, nor have I
entered into any combination ?D
any respect whatever.
Wm. P. Calhouu.
Return to Their Old flaunts.
Some twelve oreighteeD months
ago a half dozen or more families
of colored people left Edgefield
and vicinity to take up their
abode in Aiken county near Char
water and North Augusta. They
were iuduced to leavb by being
offered very tempting wages, but
after a few months the wages
were reduced, which, together
with the higher cost of living in
that section, cuuped them to be
come dissatisfied. Several of those
families h'nva already moved back
io their old haunts and doubtless
the others will also return. They
have found hat all that glitters
is not golc, and that it is botter to
.rm?.\<\ at borne among friends
tau to be lured away by stran
See the Comer Store's line
$4.i>8 to $10 00 Tailored Shirts, in
black and colors. Altered to meas
ure while you wait. Lar^e assort
ment of ladies' shirt waist bats
aud lovely creations in trimmed
pattern designs. The opening will
be told of in our next.
W. II. Turner,
Wo sell the "Hackney" and
'Old Hickory" wagons, which have
stood the sewrest U-ft in this sec
tion for many years. Two cus now
on I e road.
RamfjL1} & J..;nes.
Largo assortment of the cele'
orated First "P/iz- Medni" Gar
den S. ed. They never fr.il lo ger
PENN & HOLSTEIN,
G. L P.'L?i ? Sor
Van Camp'd P<rk and Beans
??nd Hul'C'd Corn Hominy.
B Ti unions.
Tb? Aetna and Phen.ix are al
mo6t tr,e ouly Companies accom
modating enough to insure you
tenanted country buildings, b
C0U3O you give them jour bf tt
class of business. Do you ar prc
E. J. Norris, Agt.
For Jelling the truth,
t For living a pure lite..
For your faith in Christ.
For doing your very best.
For confessing your eins.
For thinking before acting.
For bein* kind to the poor.
For helping a fallen brother.
For bearing br-forr- judging.
For f >rgiving 3'our enerniee.
For being candid and frank.
Two Can di ?la tea for Slayer.
The municipal osmpaigtV is now
on. Mr. Wm. V -Calhounf'fln
m unces" bis ?nud-dacy in a cn rd
which appears elsewhere in this
issue. Mr. C. E. May stated to
The Advertiser's representative
yesterday that he bas yielded to
tba very earnest solicitations of
friends find has decided to become
s candidate for tho position of
mayor. There has" been no mei t
ing of the citizens of the lowu and
it is not known whether there wili
bo others to offer for th? place,
but it is probable thal Mr. Cal
houn and Mr. May will be the
When The Advertiser closed its
forms on Tuesday of Inst week the
court was engaged with tho trial
of Stephen Lindsey, who was
found guilty of manslaughter and
w as sentenced to the chaiugang
for six years.
The case agaiu-jt Mr. George
T.bcmpBon for killing Richard
Holsouback was called ou Wed
nesday. A verdict of "not guilty"
was rendered by the jury and tho
defendaut was "discharged. Th?
oiate was represented by the So
licitor ?ind Hou P li Mayson, and
the defendant by Capt. N VG
?vans, Hon. J Wm Thurmond
and S M Smith, Esq.
A mistrial was ordered in the
trial of Luther William? and John
McKinney for killing the negro
at Willow Spring church last sum
mer. Tho state was represented
by the Solicitor and Hon. J Wm'
Thurmond, and Messrs. Tomp
kins aud Wells and S McG Sim
ki'jp, Esq, appeared for the de
The Court of dmmou Pleas
convened on Monday morning.
No cases were called for trial on
Monday, as settlements wer^
Hffect'jd in all cases set for that
On Tu*sd<iy the caso of Mrs.
Lillie C. Talbert against the West
ern Union Ti-hrgraph Company,
being a suit for $1990, was tried.
Up to the hour of closing our
forms Tuesday afternoon no ver
dict h&'J been reached. The plain
tiff V IP represented by Hon. J
Wm. T:.urir.oud and Hon. 3 E
Nicholsou, and the defendants by
Sheppard Bros., H-d Nelson & '
The entire wtek will probaj
be consumed iu clearing the t
The visiting attorneys are
D. S. Henderson, of Aiken/,
liam Nelson, Esq., of Colurr
and F. P. McGowan, Esr?
Laurens. . .
Don't fail to see tho lc
TAILOR MADE SKIRTS $k
to $12.00. You will be please*.
Just opened at Cobb's.
New Mackerel : Barrel of larg*1,
fat Mackerel just received.
Dunr.vaut & Co.
Delightful "canned California
Peaches and Pears.
B.. Tim mons.
If you waul t he best, buy
Buisl's selected Seed Irish Pota
toes. Direct from Buiet's farms.
PENN & HOLSTEIN,
G. L. Penn & Son.
We have purchased a beautiful
stock of Spring millinery. It \i
now on the road and will boon be
J. W. Peak.
The ?early spring shoppers are
invited to call at our store and
see tee pretty now things of the
season that ?'ire now arriving Jai
J. W. Peak.
My new Embroideries* Laces
and full line of Spring notions
will arrive this w^ek. The ladic3
are cordially invited to inspect
J. W. Peak.
Wo would ba gla.l for tho
housewives to seo our large stock
ot Crockery. Wo have plain and
decorated ware, and eau supply
the needs of every home.
Ramsey & Joue*.
Most people ki
Been sick they ne
sion to bring bac
But the strongest
if Etntsiston is that
S sick to get results fr
?j? It keeps up the at!
S on thin people, make
fa brings color to a pale
4Ja vents coughs, colds ai
fy Food in concento
fgi well, young and bid, 1
.ga And it contains nc
9 ALL DRUGGISTS
C?i'iici' S'ove** Fiti'CT.. ll "winter,
Winter cold, dark, dreary,
spring airy, ligbf, cheerful. Joy
attends the laving asid0 of heavy
winter toggery, for the light airy
fluffy creations of spriug wnar.
The pleasure will bo increased if
selections are made from the Cor
uer Store's excellent assortment
of fashionable merchandise. Pure
white linens, sh-t r batistes, fancy
mull and organdies, with inter
lined grouude of dainty flora! de
signs, the tinU of which are as
delicately beanfiful as flowers
themselves. The more staple
lawns, dimities, ginghams and
peica'e3 in a pleasing variety of
Good quality light weight sh jet
ing at 5 ceuts a* yard.
Staple calicos at 5 cents a yard
while ? they last, together with
many o'.her summer wearables
ready for you. '
These splendid combinations
of values, combined with the
moderate pricee, is why it pays to
trade in Edgefield and at the Cor
Remember our policy to desai ve
all we re?oive. Not al frays har
gains-r-not always special salos
but eyer honest merchandise,
priced consistently. That's the
policy which has won for the Cor
ner Store a large sbaro of Edge
field's patronage. Home Journal
March patterns now in stock.
W. H. Turoer,
FOR.SALE : 800 baleB of first
class Pea Hay. Apply to
W. L. Nicholson,
Pleasant Laue, S. C.
When you need a bugg}' try a
Rock Hill, or Hackney, or Colum
bus, or a Tyson and Jones. No
stronger line of buggies can be
lound in this section. Large as
sortment to select from.
Ramsey & Jones.
To The Public:
We are ready to store }Tour cot
ton and make liberal advances on
same-Sell you your wagons, and
buy your cotton seed. We solicit
Adams Warehouse Co.
? W. E. Lott, Mauager.
Is the one you pay out for a
box of Dr. King's New Life Pills.
They bring you the health that's
more precious than . jewels. Try
Ibem for headache, biliousness,
constipation and malaria. If they
disappoint you the price will be
cheerfully at W E Lynch & Co.
Pfinu & Holstein, successors to G
L Penn & Son drug stor-s.
% per pound,
I & CO.
tris, Agt. .
rgest Fire In
sure JIWS in the world.
E. J. Norris, Agt.
Try the new breakfast food,
Kellogg's Toasted Corn Flakes, 15
centa the nackage.
W. ?. Lynch & Co.
Spectacles made up to suit your
particular need at lowest possible
Geo. F. Mime,
Edgefield, S C
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.
Large Btock of enameled ware
and chinaware of all kinds-the
kind every household needs. ?
R. T. Scurry.
Nothing superior to our "White
Wanted: A good home-raised
horse. Apply to
F. N. K. Bailey.
j RUBBER TIRES: I have a
. machine for resetting your old
tires or putting on new ones
Best rubber tires carried in stock
All work guaranteed. %
low that if they have
ed Scott's Emu?
k health and strength.
point about Scott's
you don't have to be
hlete's strength, puts fat
s a fretful baby happy,
girl's cheeks, and pre
lied form for sick and
rich and poor.
j drugs and no alcohol.
>; 50c. AND $1.00.,
The oisSjf hssJk
ItBti, I? Ll
Rational Pneumonia Treat
The moat successful physicians
are now treating pneumonia by
the application of counter-irri
tants. They are learning to resist
the temptation to doctor the
cough, which, after all, is only
nature's effort to relieve herself,
and ore endeavoring to reach the^
seat of the congestion without the
use of internal remedies. j
Sorae-ars- using preparations'
about as pleasant to tho patient j
as an application of mud cr putty,
but the wisest use a pleasant
The ideal remedy is Noah's
liniment. Its carefully compound
ed ingredients possesses wonder
ful powers of penetration and im
mediately roduce the inflamma
tion and congestion.
Noah's liniment is absolutely
harmless, and can be used freely
without consultation with a phy
sician. Apply the liniment freely
over the point of pain or conges
tion. Saturate a not flannel and
keep it applied to that portion of I
the body. The <-five! will he almost
immediate and iii m ?uy cases the
threatened pneumonia will bo dis
pelled before a physician can be
Best for rheumatism, sciatica,
lame back, stiff joints and mus
cles, sore throat, colds, strains
sprains, cuts, bruises, colic,
cramps, etc. For iuternal aches
a?d pains Noah's Liniment has
no equal. For sale and guaran
teed by your druggist. 25c Sam
P'D for the asking. Noan Remedy
Go., Richmond and Boston.
There will be au chorion hpld
in the ccurt house in tho town of
Edgefield, S. C., on Tuesday,
April 14tb, 1908, for the purpose
of electing a mayor and six alder
man, to serve the town of Edge
field, S. C., for the next ensuing
two years. Polls open from 8;
o'clock, a. m. to 4 o'clock y. m.
Managers, C. P. DeVore, E. J.
Norris and J. P. Bate". ,
W. W. Adams, S tay or,
W. H. Harling, Clerk.
Edgefield, S. C., March 9, 1908.
To the Democratic Voters of
I hereby announce myself a
candidate to succeed myself as
Superintendent of Education of
Edgefield County, subject to the
usual Democratic primary. If
elected, I will endeavor to be as
faithful to the tru?t in the future,
as I have endeavored to be in the
W. D. HOLLAND.
For County Treasurer.
I herewith very respectfully
offer myself to the voters of Edge
field countyfor re-election to the
office of Treasurer, in the August
primary. I shall faithfully abide
by all rules, regulations and de
cisions of the Democratic party
J. T. PATTISON.
Very large stock of wagon and
buggy harness. Let. us .supply you
Rainer v & Jones.
Another shipmen' of Sparrow';
and Lowney's tine candies just re
Have yiu tried our "Lord Cas
per'' cigars-nothing better.
Plow ge.-ir, breast-chaiut', fifth
chains and stretcher-chains at
. Ramsey <fc Joues.
Fire! Fire! Fire! Fir?;! The
cos? ip loo small to go uninsured.
?. J. Norris, Agt.
NoSSce io the PK*?S2C.
Owing to the fact th it tue coun
ty teems are traveling in all di
rection?* fiPing up tho mud huies,
eic. I rcspcctfully ask tho public
not to m.nko out claims for filling
paid mud holes as we have not the
money to pay for samo. Person?
will notify me or G. P. Sawyer il
they have complaints, aud matters
will be attended to.
D. P. Self, Supervisor
W. G. Well?,
W. E. Turner, Co. Com'rs.
March 4th, 1808. *
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, 1908, six
o'clock p. m.
Supervisor of Registration.
Large stock of mattings in many
beautiful patterns. A small sum
in vetted in pretty matting will
add to the baauty and comfort of
Ramsey & Jones.
Highest price paid for county
claims. Present them to Mr. N.
M. Jones at the store of Messrs.
Jones & Son.
F. N. K. Bailey.
We always carry complete as
sortment of fresh drugs and give
especial attention to ail prescrip
tions sont us. A share of your
The of cost on Dwellings
aud Sar: . in the country is $1.20
por bua?ired or if three years, 80
cte per hundred.
E. J. Norris, Agt.
We have on our display counters
and at prices much lower than ha
took advantage of the big decline i
season when goods were at their lc
tomers the advantage of the low p:
the proper appreciation by comm
prices. We cordially, invite the pu
date merchandise at prices that cai
Special prices in Cambric, Nairn
from 3c to 35c yard. Val Laces \
Beautiful Taffeta Satin and Vi
shades and colcr?, all widths, fron
Large assortment of ladies coila
line of belts, all styles.
New silks in all colors from 50c
madras for waists and dresses. Sp
goods for suits and waists 10c up.
29c to 50c. Linen shirt waist goodi
Very large stock of oxfords for i
tan and in the latest up-to-date stj
We are better prepared than eve
very large line of nobby and very
to see the gooda and gel our prices
felt hats. We can supply the ladii
gloves and mits, alco with beautif
We invite a careful inspection <
ses and children. The moat up-to
in Edgefield. Be sure to inspect ot
We extend a cordial welcome tc
that runs like
a top, smoothly
edly. If an engine
balks or stops and you
have to fool away your
time to find out the cause,
you don't want that engine
because it means a waste of
time and energy. -:- -:- -:- -
E. J. f
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news
papers ia sure to know of the wonderful
cures made by Dr.
the great kidney, liver
and bladder remedy.
- ? lt is thc (treat medi
cal triumph of the nine
teenth century; dis
covered after years ol
scientific research by
Dr. Kilmer, the emi
nent kidney and blad
der specialist, and ls
wonderfully successful In promptly curing
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou
bles and Bright's Disease, which is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec
ommended for everything but if you have kid
ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found
just the remedy you need. It has been tested
in so many ways, in hospital work, in private
practice, among the helpless too poor to pur.
chase relief and has preved so successful In
every case that a special arrangement ha?
been made by which all readers of thia paper
who have not already tried it, may have a
sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
When writing mention reading this generous
offer In this paper and
send your address to
Dr. Kilmer St Co., Bing
hamton, N. Y. The
regular fifty cent and HomeofSwamp-iiooc,
dollar sizes are sc'd by all good druggists.
Don't make any mistake, but
remember the name, Swamp
Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
and the address, Binghamton, N.
Y., on e^ery bottle.
Best Healer In The World..
Rev. F Starbird, of East Ray
mond, Maine, Bays : "I haye used
Bucklen's Arnica 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."
25c at W E Lynch & Co. Penn &
Holstein, successors to G L Penn
& Son drug stores.
Good For Everybody.
Mr. Norman R Coulter, a promi
nent architect, in the Belber
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. It corrects stomach, liver
and kidney, disorders in a prompt
and efficient manner and builds
up the system." Electric Bitters
is the best spring medicine ever
sold over a druggist's counter; ai
a blood purifier it is unequaled.
50c at W E Lynch &? Co. Penn <fc
Holstein, successors to G L Penn
& Son drug stores. /
every class of new spring goods,
ve prevailed for quite awhile. I
in prices and bought early in the
?west, and desire to give my cus
rioes. You can give this matter
ig and examining the goods and
bl ic to call when in need of up-t o
Q not be duplicated,
jook and Swiss from a ? to 24. in.
r in. up to any width.
el vet Ribbon in all ot the staple
i lc to 25c yard.
rs in all of the new fads, also large
to $1.00 yard. White mercerized
ecial value's in white and colored
White lawn 8? to 25c. Linen lawn
3 25c to 35c.
nen, ladies and misses, black and
-les. See ours before buying.
r to clothe the mon aud boys. A
stylish suits. All we ask is for you
I. Large stock of stylish straw and
as with long black and colored silk
ul white and colored parasols.
Df our trimmed hats for ladies, mis
date line of head wear ever shown
ir line beforo supplying your needs.
) the public.
I. H. C.
are so prac
tical and so
simple that when
you start them they
run until you stop
them whether you are
watching or not Never
out of repair; don'twastefuel.
Call on us and we will gladly
explain the good points of the
I. H. C. engine, -:- -.