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! cteefield Advertised
WEDNESDAY, MAR. IS, leos,
Attention indirected to the
.statementa^P'the Bank of Tren
ton andj??r Bank of Edgefield in
Leesrs. L. T. May and W. T.
Prescott were received into the
K. of P. rniike at the regular
meeting un tuesday evening.
Miss Kate Pye will have charge
of Mr. J. Rubenstein's millinery
department again this season. She
will arrive on Saturday.
In tUe matter of raiding colts.
Farrae? S. T. Willams is entitled
to the blue ribbon fromjthis couu
. ty. He has five in his lot.
. Two pretty yoong ladies from
Trenton, Misses Faunie Mae and
Maude Pettis were among the
visitors in Edgefield on Friday
Hon. J. Wei. Thurmond went
to Columbia yesterday to attend
a meeting of the. State Democrat
ic executive committee.
Mrs. Emma G. Dietrick, a
national W. C; T. U. organizer,
will reach v Edgefield on March
23rd to spend two weeks in the
Mr. A. T. Covar has opened up
a wood yard at his home. Having
purchased a gasoline engine, saw
and wood splitter, he is well equip
ped for the business.
Mrs. S. A. Morrell and Mrs.
Kate Black spent a portion of
last week at the delightful coun
try home of Mr. and Mrs. Bettis
Mrs. Charles A. Brunaon, of
Angosta, who etiU has the bloom
of youth upon her cheeks, visited
Mr. and Mrs. Henry W, Doboy,
Mr. G. G. West anuounces his
candidacy for re-election to the
office of supervisorof registration.
Mr.-West bas served the people
faithfullv and well.
.?ve benn requested to* an
J that Rev. Leo D. liilles
T ill preach at Edgefield on
.e D orning of the 5th Sunday
od:.;t Trenton at i o'clock in the
FOR SALE : Toole Cotton Seed,
.strictly pure, at 50 cents per bush
W. E. Lott.
Farmer Bettis Cantelou ginned
four bales of "dog tail" last week ;
or to be a little more explicit,
be ginned the remainder of his
last' year's cotton crop whicl
amounted to four bales.
Mrs. 0. E.
May aud Mrs.fF. N.
'Hon. D. S. Henderson
:n attendance upon court
tek, returned to his borne
Tken last week, he was accom
Tnied by his niece, Mrs. T. P
--Burgess, and her two sweet little
daughter?, Francis and Mell.
Desiring to becom3 magistrat*
,?f the 7th-district, Mr. T. J. Mc
Dowell asks the voters to eb cl
him to the posit iou. Should Mr
McDowell be chosen he pledget
himself to dispense justice with
an eveo hand.
-?vi ' '
Wo solicit your prescrittioi
business. Utmost care is exer
ciscd in compounding prescrip
tions and only pure, fresh drugi
are used. Our prions are ver^
PENN & HOLSTEIN,
G. L. Penn & Sou
Candidates are now coming on
right along Th?y are somethin
like sheep any way ; as s^ou as on
of the fl >ck, the old bel!-w,ethe]
leads off, they all follow. Supei
intendeut of Education Hollan
may be said to~ be the bell-wethe
of this*year*s campaign. .
If the old sig:', that winter i
over when the whip-poor-will ar
pears upon the sceue be trup, th
overcoats and heavy toggery ca
'now be packect away. Mr. G. E
Seigler told us on Mondny thf
be bad heard a whip-poor-wi
near his home on Sunday.
FOR SALE: 200 bushels Mar
boro Excelsior Cotton Seed at 7
cents per bushel. Apply to
Johnston, S. (
A very enjoyable feature of '1
.Sunday morning services at tl
Baptist church is the very swei
music. Besides the organ an
regular choir, the volume issw^l
ed by the piano aud very swe?
music furnished by the stringf
instruments from the college o
chestra. Miss Couch, Miss Lill
Mfj Bailey aud Cadet Cook pe
formed upon the violin and Cad
Black upon the violoncello.
PRESCRIPTIONS our specie
ty. We solicit your Proacrip! ioc
dav or night.
WE GUARANTEE pure drug
curate compounding, and re
W. E. LYNCH & CO.
Aourjtv nowapaper threaten?
to publish the name of a youi
roan wb:> was seen with his swe
heart's head on hie shouldest
didn't come .across with a doll
and a half in subscription. Th
ty-seven young men slipped
and paid for their paper, and b
tera., were received from thr
others saying that they won
subscribe jaec as soon as th
?4sold a little cotton."-Ex.
For tb/3 past two months The
AdverJfc?Ser job office bas beeu
crowded with work, but you- or
ders will receive prompt atten
tion. Satisfaction guaranteed ou
every job sent out.
Rev. Leo Gill:epie is said to be
a fiue gardeU'T, being one of ib?
kind who does not mind wieldiug
the hoe aud spade himself. Won
der what a lone bachelor wants
with a garden full of vegetables?
"Coming events cast their shad
ows before them."
Lexington's "bench" will be
ti e first upou which Judge J. W.
DeVore will sit. Governor Ansel
has given official direction to
Judge DeVore to preside ovdr a
special term of court to bs held at
Lexington on April 14th.
Some people in and around
Edgifield have poultry farms on
a small peale but it seems that our
friend Hiram Lowe prefers to con
duct au ox iarm. His faithful
cow gave him a et.^rt when she
presented bira with two bull
calves the other night.
Mrs. J. B. Boyd, who is now a
resident of Clinton, S. C., epent
Saturday and Sunday ia our
town and was very cordially
welcomed by her friends. She re
sided here amoug us but com
paratively a short time but is a
loyal friend of Edgefield.
Au especial pale of Gent s Ox
ford Ties for two weeks. 24 pairs
of fino Patent leather $4.00 Ox
fords t" close out for $2.99, Cash.
Call earlv and get your size.
J. M. Cobb.
The daughters of the Confed
eracy will hold their regular
monthly meeting at the home of
Miss Mary Butler on Thursday
afternoon, th?) 19th, at 4:30
o'clock. All having Confederate
song books are urged to bring
The Advertiser is pleased to see
that the grcuuds arouud the
churches of tbe town are being
improved and reudered more at
tractive. There is no questioning
the fact that the appearance of
the interior of a church and its
invironments is a true iudex of
the spiritual life of.the church.
Mr. fleury W. Dobey belongs
to the Legion of Honor, the ranks
of the Confederate veterans, aud
is wearing the regulation cross.
Notwithstanding the fact that he
ate hard-tack and fought Yan
kees for two and a half years,
Borne of his friends say-he looks
too youug for a Veteran and that
be will be taken for au impostor.
Mr. T. J. McDowell of the Mc
Keudree-Pleasant Laue section
called to see us while in Edgefield
on yesterday, and informed us
that another little son bas been
8dded to his family circle, which
is the sixth, and the oldest one
has only seen eight summers.
President Roosovelt is due Mr.
McDowell a gold medal.
The lauds of the estate of the
lato Dr. Horace Paiker will be
f sold on (he first Monday in No
vember next. The farm nortb of
Edgefield has been cut into foul
tracts. This is a valuable piece oj
property and will doubtless com
mand a good- price. There are
several lots and a stofe that will
also be sold.
Mr. W. A. Hart announces
the arrival of his spring stock
in his advertisement. He n
now prepared to shoe and
clothe the men and boys frorr
head to foot in stylish and de
pendable garments. Mr. Har
invites the public to call anc
inspect his offerings for th<
The show of Smith Bros. tha
spread its tents in Edgefield eom<
time ago has been wiutering it
Augusta, -and through careless
ness on the part of its manage
and trainer tbe large black bea
escaped from its cage on Sundi]
last, producing great consterna
tion. If the bear had escapei
while here may be it would hav
attacked some of the other ani
malB, the "tigers," that are roam
ing at large in Edgefield, aidin?
in exterminatiug thura.
LOST: lu the ro-.id betwee
Edgefield "nd Boles Mountai
or on the streets of Edgefield o
Thursday, March 12tb, a purse c
walleteontaining between $50 an
$100, also soma valuable papen
The fiudei will be suitably rewire1
ed by leaving it at this office (
W. A. Strom,
Machinery for Sale.
One Boi^r and Engine, on
60-saw Hall Gin, Condenser, Feet
er and Press. Al* can be bougl
chfap. For further iuformatic
: E M. Padgett,
Treuton. S. C.
j R. F. D. No.
FOR SALE: Fine Truitt B
Bo'l Cotton Seed, strictly pui
Under five b-iehels $1, larger lo
75 cnls per bushe'.
Florodora Cotton Seed at ?
cen ts per bushel.
M. C. Parker.
Seed Irish Potatoes: Large shi
ment of beet, selected Easte
Seed Irish Potatoes.
W. E. Lynch & Co.
Wo sell the Waterman Four
am Pen.?-the best on the mark
PENN & HOLSTEIN,
G. L. Ponn & Sc
Another shipment of Sparrow
and Lowuey's Hue caudies just i
Dsires to Continue to Fill Super
One of the lending orators of
the campaigu two years ago, Su
pervisor D.? P. Self, announces
bis candidacy for re-election.
Since be was first elected, Mr.
Self Las been devoting his entire
time to the duties of hi? offic,
aud pledges a continuance of his
best thought and efforts should
the people re-elect him.
Very Fine Early Lambs.
Mr. Julian R. Strother has the
finest lot of early lambs that be
has ever bad, but owing to the fact
that very few northerners bavp
come scutb this winter the market
?B not as good as during former
years. Mr. Strother bas realized
fifteen cents per ponud for some
lambs in Aiken but will be uu
able to sell his entire lot at that
Another Good Man Offers.
Mr. James T. Minas, thau whom
there is no better man in the coun
ty, is a candidate for the cffice of
treasurer, fie resides at the couti
tyseat a:d is in a position to give
his entire time to the duties of
this very important office, should
the people see proper to elect bim.
Mr. Mims is a mau of very high
character and is iu every way
qualified to fi'.l the position to
which be aspires.
Bail Granted by Judge DeVore.
On Monday morning Messrs.
Thurmond and Ramiige made ap
plication before Judge J. W. De
Vore for bail for Will Madison,
colored, a resident of Saluda couu
ty, who is charged with murder.
M P. Wells,Esq., represented the
State. By consent of counsel ot:
both sidps bail was granted in
the sum of $500.
Hon. Preston Brooks Mayson.
The first candidate to enter the
lists for the state senate from
this county is tbe Hou. P. B
Mayson, a man with a clean anc
honorable public record. Mr. May
son received a very complimenta
ry vote two years ago, and his
frieuds bav-j urged bim to again
come forward for this position ol
honor. In due season and in no
uncertain term's, he will define hif
Mr.Covar's "Poor Land Corn."
We chauced to meet Mr. A.B.
Covar on the street Monday auc
be showed us several very fiui
ears of yellow corn, which varietj
he has been planting for ove:i
"twenty yean*. As it produce? sucl:
P. large yield on poor land, Mr
Covar calls it his "Poor Land
com." The ears ars larger thar
the average earof* -vw corn anc
the grains are crowded to the euc
of the cob. Mi. Covar has abou
sixty bushels of selected seed
corn that be will sell.
Had Him "Cornered."
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Scurr
were in town Saturday, and whil
in conversation witn the writei
the former asked about the ap
pointment of the Rev. Dr. Smith
Upou being iuformed that h
would [?reach on Sunday nigh!
Mr. Scurry at unce stated that h
could not copie in town at night
Mrs. Scurry thereupon replied
with evident satisfaction : "Wbv
Mr. Muns, he has been coming t
the big 10-cei.t show." Mrs. Scur
ry aud The Advertiser man hai
Steward Scurry cornered, but h
was tall enough to jump out.
Delinquent Taxpayers Heed!
Unless all delinquent taxpaj
ere pay up at once, there will h
much weeping and wailing arnon]
them. In this issue is published
letter from the Comptroller Ger
eral directing County Treasure
Pattison to iesue executions an
place them in the haods of tb
sheriff of the county on or befoi
April 1st. Considerable cost wi
be added to all unpaid .taxes
Therefore, it behooves thoso wh
have not paid to plank down th
necessary money at ouc3. If yo
allow your taxes to go unpaid an
finally have to pay the peualt
the law proviles, do not blanc
the coyu'y officers.
Will Pay Rev. John Lake's Salar]
Pursuant to the announcemei
of last week, Dr. W. H. Smit
secretary of the foreign missk
board of the Southern Bapti
convention, preached iu the Ba
tist church on Sunday evenit
last. The speake?* on this occask
presented tho subject of forei?
missions with probably great
force aud effectiveness than it h?
ever been presented in Edgefie
before. In concluding his serme
Dr. Smith referred to the de
that uow burdons the foreign m
sion board, and with great e?
neatness and eloquence urged t
Edgefield Baptist church to i
crease its cou'ribu! ions sufficier
ly to pay the entire salary of R<
Johu Lake. The church bad be
apportioned $400 for foreign m
sioiib for the curreut year, ai
$600 being the sa'ary uf a m
siouary, $200 would Lava lo
raised. A special collection w
taken and the sum of $ 1 SS v\
raised. The splendid sermon
Dr. Smith will leave a lasting i
pressiou in Edg:field, giviuj
w w impetus to the caus" of tn
Large assortment of the ce
bratod Bu:st "Prizs Medal" G
den S?ed. They never fail to g
PENN & HOLSTEIN,
G. L. Penn & S
FOR SALE: My 5 rocm c
tage good barn and stables f
servatiTs house-South Edgefie
Teime liberal. Apply to
Jam? s M. Cobb
Candidates for the House.
There will not be a doa'rtb of
legislativ?? timber in Edgeileld
county this year. Capt. N. G.
Evans aud M. P. Wells, Esq.,
have btated to The Advertiser's
representative that they purpese
entering the lists for the HOUSP,
being now engaged in the con
struction of their platform. Thesi
gentlemen can both make good
"stump" speeches as WPII as good
"court house speeches," and will
be heard from later.
3.C. C. I. Gmduate
Mr. Johu Black who gi aduated
from the South Carolina Co-Edu
cittionfci Institute last summer is
principal of a large and very
nourishing school at Woodford,
Orangeburg county. Col. F. N. K.
Bailey delivered au address be
fore Prof. Black's school on Fri
day night last. The people of
Edgefield are always pleased to
hear of the successes of the S. C.
C. I. graduates.
Asks for Re-Election as Coroner.
Mr. G. H. Seigler, who has
served the county as coroner for
the past fouryears, announces bis
candidacy this week for re-elec
tion. Mr. Seigler is an old Con
federate V'-terau, and being* physi
cally uuable to do manual labor
ftsks for this small office with itr
meagre salary. He suffers even
yet from a wouud rrcived forty
five years ago in the battle of
Will Return to Parksville.
The announcement that Sena
tor T. Garrett Talbert is to leave
Edgefield and return to his for
mer home at Parksville will
cause much yenuiue regret in our
town and vicinity. Mr. Talbert
bas purchased the stock of mer
chandiS'-, store building, ware
house and residence of Mr. W. P.
Parks iu the town of Parksville,
and will continue the mercantile
business in his owu name. He
will move bis family at ouce into
tho newly purchased residence.
Mr. Parks will move to the home
of bis father, Hon. W. R. Parks,
and take charge of his large far
All Sorts of Excuses.
Oue Monday morning the col
ored,"wash lady" did not arrive
at the usual hour to do the week
ly washing of a family residing
in a Pennsylvania town, says
Lippiucott's. When she appeared
some time later the mistress of
the house descended to the Kitch
en and was greatly edified by the
woman's explanation. "No'm"
carefully removing a hat orna
menten: by a volumnious black
veil. "Iwa'u't sick. I had to stay
home lo receive my diseased
brother's remainders that was
sent from Pittsburg day before
I desire to iuform the people of
the town of Edgefield, that I am
a candidate for Mayor in the
election to be held on April 14th,
1908. For several years past, I
have given much of ray time to
the advancement of the interests
of ibe to\VD ; and if elected mayor,
I will continue to work for its in
terests in all lines with renewed
efforts. I will, besides, enforce the
town ordinances, and work for a
good towu government to the best
of my ability. I have made no
promises to any one, nor have I
entered,into any combination in
auv respect whatever.
Wm. P. Calhoun.
No Use To Die.
I ""I have found that there ison
use to die of lung trouble as long
as you can get Dr. King's New
Discovery," says Mrs. J P White
of Rushboro, Pa. I would uot be
al ?vt! to-day only for that wonder
ful rnediciuo. It loosens up a
cough quicker than anything else,
aud cures lung disease even after
the case is pronounced hopeless.
This most, reliable remedy f"-r
coughs, and colds, lagrippe, asth
ma, bronchitis and hoarseness,
sold under guarantee at W
Lynch Co. Peuu & Holste
successors to G L Penn & S
drugstores. 50c and $1.00. Tr.
If you want the best, buy
Buist's selected Seed Irish Pota
toes. Direct from Buist's farms.
PENN & HOLSTEIN,
G. L. Penn & Son.
We would be glad for tb?
housewives to see our large stoct
I of Crockery. We have plain am
I decorated ware, and eau supph
the needs of every home.
Ramsey & Jone <.
on the toughest co
The conductor p
ej? inside of a trolley ce
e?? of the platform-thi
$ hour or to in a he
^ walking against a
difficulty of .avoidin
ega body so that it ca
figs Sanger of cold from
<3? It will help you t
|| ALL DRUGGIST
Crosses of Honor
Veterans wishing lo apply for
Crosses of Honor will pleats call
on Mrs. C. A. Griffin, at the Edge
field Bank, for application blanks
and fill them out as soon as possi
ble returning same to Mrs. Griffin.
The distribution of Crois?e will
be made on Memorial Day, 8) the
order must be sent iii at an early
date, as we wish to have time to
get them here by May 10th.
We regret very much that the
Crosses ordered last October have
not yet been received owing to the
fact that they were sent to Ches
ter, Penn., instead of Chester, S.
C., where our engraver is located.
Veterans who have applications
in this order must not despair, as
we hope to have these also here
for distribution, on Memorial
Mrs. N. G. Evans, Pres.
Mrs. J. D. Holstein, Sec.
Reward Offered: Large black
hound with red legs ' strayed, or
was stolen, from ray home about
a month ago. Reward of .$5 will be
paid for the return of the dog to
Trenton, S. C.
FOR SALE : 800 bales of first
class Pea Hay. Apply to
W. L. Nicholsou,
Pleasant Lane, S. C.
To The Public:
We are ready io store your cot
ton and make liberal advances on
same-Sell you your wagons, and
buy your cotton seed. *. We solicit
your business. -
Adams Warehouse Co.
W. E. Lott, Manager.
GARDEN SEED : A large assort
ment of Landreth's .celebrated
seed just received. Let us supply
W. E. LYNCH & CO.
Dm't fail to see the lovely
TAILOR MADE SKIRTS $3.50
to $12.00. You will be pleased.
Just opened at Cobb's.
FOR SALE : A Jersey Cow a>.d
good mule. Applv to
P. P. Blalock,
Edgfield, S. C.
FOR SALE: Broadcast Com
mercial Fertilizer Distributors.
Man and horse eau do the work
of three or four hands, and more
satisfactory. Any width row. The
thing for second application.
Write W. M. Patrick, Woodward,
Age No Bar
Everybody in South Carolina is
Old people stooped with suffer
Middle age, courageously fight
Youth protesting impatiently;
Children, unable to explain ;
All in misery from .their kidneys.
Only a little backache first.
Comes when you catch a cold.
Or when you 6train the back. .
Many complications follow.
Uriuary disorders, diabetes,
Doan'a Kidney Pills cure back
Cure every form of kidney ills.
J. W. Powell, proprietor of a
general store and coal, wood and
ice dealer of Waverly living at
2010 Blanding street, Columbia,
S. C., says: "My son has beeu
afflicted with kidney and uriuary
trouble from childhood, being um
abie to control th6 secretions es
pecially when asleep. Siuce using
Doun's Kiduey Pills he has en
For sale by all dealors. Price
50 cents. Foster-Milbu rn Co.
Buffalo, New York, sole agents
for the United States.
Remember tbe name-Doau's
and take no other.
Just received fresh shipmeu
Force, Grape Nuts, Oat Meal anc
Large stock of enameled war
and chinaware of all kinds-th
kiud every household needs.
R. T. Scurry.
Very large stock of wagon an
buggy harness. Let us supply yoi
Ramsey & Jones.
Highest price paid for count
claims. Present them to Mr. fl
M. Jones at the store of Messn
Jones & Son.
F. N. K. Bailey.
, RUBBER TIRES: I have
? machine for rosetting your ol
] tires or putting on new one
? Best rubber tires carried in stoc
All work guaranteed. -
W. H. Powell.
of temperature are hard
?assing from the heated
ir to tiie icy temp?rature
g canvasser spending an
atcd building and then
biting wind-know the
liston strengthens the
n better withstand the
changes of temperature.
o avoid taking cold. 4
'St 500. AND Si.OO. I
Economizes the u
ter and eggs; nu
cake and pastry
lng, nutritious i
Si Has No
Thew are Alum and Phosphat
a lower price, but no houseki
o? ber family caa al
FOR STATE SENATE.
I announce myself a candidate
for the position of state senator,
from Edgefield county and pledge
myself to abide the result of the
P. B. MAYSON.
FOR SUPT. OF EDUCATION.
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 tru3t in the future,
as I have endeavored to be io the
W. D. HOLLAND.
I herewith very respectfully
offer myself to the voters of "Edge
field county for re-election to the
office of Treasurer, in the August
primary. I sball faithfully abide
by all rules, regulations and de
cisions of the Democratic party.
J. T. PATTISON.
I hereby announce wy candida
cy for electiou to the office of |
Treasurer of Edgefield county,
subject to the Democratic prima
ry. The support of the people will
be gratefully appreciated.
JAS. T. MIMS.
. FOR SUPERVISOR.
I take thia method of announc
ing to my friends and fellow citi
zens that I am a candidate for re
election to the office of Supervi
sor of Edgefield county, subject
to the rules and regulations of
the Democratic primary. I will
gratefully appreciate the support
and votes of all my friends and
D. P. SELF. .
FOR CORONER. '
I heiewith very respectfully
offer myself to the voters of Edge
field county for re-election to the
office of coroner in the August
primary. I shall faithfully abide
by all rules, regulations and de
cisions of the Democratic party.
Gip H. Seigler.
FOU SUPER. REGISTRATION.
I respectfully announce myself
a candidate for re-election to the
office of Supervisor of Registra
tion and pledge myself to abido
the result of the Democratic pri
mary and to support the nomi
nees of the same.
I hereby announce myself a
candidate for tae office of magis
trate of the 7th Judicial District
of Edgefield County, subject to
the rules and regulations of the
T. j. MCDOWELL.
The Lucky Quarter
. Is the one you pay out for fi
box of Dr. King's New Life Pills
They bring you the health that't
more precious than jewels. Trj
them for hpadache, biliousness
constipation and mal.'.ria. If th^y
disappoint you the prie will b
cheerfully at W E Lynch & Co
Penn & Holstein, successors to G
L Penn & Son drug stores.
Just received delightful Roast
ed Coffee, 15 to 25 c-nts per pound
When you need a buggy try i
Rock Hill, or Hackney, or Colum
bu?, or a Tyson and Joues. N'
stronger line of buggies can b
lound io this section. Lar?e ae
sor! meut to select from.
r Ramsey & Jones.
Van Camp'?? Pork and Beam
and Hulled Coro Hom in v.
B. Tim m ons.
We sell the "Hackney" an
'Old Hickory" wagons, which hav
stood the soverfst test in this Bet
tion for many years. Two cars uc
on the road.
Ramse) & Jones.
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, 4908, six
o'clock p. m.
Supervisor of Registration.
Large stock of mattings in many
beautiful patterns. A small sum
invested in pretty matting will
add to the beauty and comfort of
Ramsey & Jones.
We always carry complete as
sortment of fresh drugs and give
especial attention to all prescrip
tions sent us. A share of your
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 lo
tomers the advantage of the low pi
the proper appreciation by comm
priceB. We cordially invite the pul
date merchandise at prices that car
We have special prices in Embi
Swiss from a ? to[24 in.'from 3c to ?
Beautiful Taffeta Satin and V<
shades and colors, all widths, froirj
Large assortment of ladies coila]
line of belts, all styles.
New silks iu all colors from 50c
madras for waists and dresses. Sp<
goods for suits and waists 10c up.
29c to 50c. Liuen shirt waist goodf
Very large Btock of oxfords for r
tan and in the latest up-to-date sty
We are better prepared than eve
very large line of nobby and very
to see the goods and get our prices
felt hats. We can supply the ladie
gloves and mits, aleo with beautif
We invite a careful inspection <
ses and children. The mostup-to-i
in Edgefield. Bo sure to inspect oi
We extend a cordial welcome tc
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK?
Wdney Trouble Makes You Miserable'
Almost everybody who reads the news
papers is sure to know of the wonderful
cures made by Dr.
?I Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
bs^-jf0'' I the great kidney, liver
irvetfV li si 5 utider ren?cdy V
It is the great medl
j cal triumph of the nine
' teenth century; dis
, covered after years of
scientific research by
i Dr. Kilmer, the emi
nent kidney and blad
der specialist, and is
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 ls not rec
ommended for everything but ii 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 proved so successful tn
every case that a special arrangement has
been made by which all readers of this paper
who have not already tried it, may have a
sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
telling more about Swamp-Roc t 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 & Co., Bing-1
hamton, N. Y. The
regular fifty cent and HomeotSmmp-Booc
dollar siz?3 are >:'d by all good druggists?
Don't make any mistake, bat
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
mood, Maine, says: "I have 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. No ..au R Coulter, a promi
nent arcnitect, in the Delber
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 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; ai
a blood purifier it is unequaled.
50c at W E Lynch & Co. Penn k
Holstein, successors to G L Penn
& Son drop stores.
every class of new spring goods,
ve prevailed for quite awhile. I
n prices and bought early in the
west, and desire to give my cus
ices. You can give this matter
g and examining the goods and
>lic to call when in need of up-to
l not be duplicated,
.oideries Cambric, Nainsook and
35c yard. Val Laces ? in. up to any
;lvet Ribbon in all ot the staple
[ lc to 25c yard.
rs in all of the new fads, also large
Thite Goods.' ^
to $1.00 yard. White mercerized
eeial values in white and colored
White lawn 8? to 25c. Linen lawn
? 25c to 35c.
a en, ladies and misses, black and
'les. See ours before buying.
r to c'otbe the men aud boys. A
stylish suits. All we ask is for you
i. Large stock of stylish straw and
ss with long black and colored silk
ul white and colored parasols.
)f our trimmed hats for ladies, mis
date line of head wear ever shown
ir line beforo supplying your needs.
? the public.
ur store is now full of
ckvrear and Shirts.
pthing you need for
dress. Styles and