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E icefield Advertise
J. Ii. Mi MS, - - - EDITO B
ONE YEAR $150
SIX MONTHS .75
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1908.
? acquaintance? as he advances I
I through life, he will soon find I
I himself left alone; one should g
I keep his friendships - in ?con- jj
The soDg of the plow boy, ring
of the hoe and hum of the scythe
make merry music at this season
of the year. ?
With her majority of nearly
40,000, the Old North State de
serves a place at the head of the
pr ohibition column.
Instead of ebbing or receding,
the prohibition wave rises higher
and higher. One can hardly real
ize that no whiskey can be manu
factured or legally sold :.n North
Carolina after January the 1st
The very small amouut collect
ed from fiues-only $217.40-by
the town during the year ending
April 15th, 1908, speaks volumes
for Edgefield as a law abidiug
community aud for the cause of
June is the mouth that tells
most in making a crop. The far
mer who presses forward witL all
possible haste during the present
month will obtain better results
than the one who allows his farm
work to drag.
MHy it not be long before there
will be a complete chain of pro
hibition states in the south-Mis
sissippi, Alabama, Georgia, South
Carolina, North Carolina! All aie
dry now except the Palmetto
state. How much longer will she
break the chain?
The campaign assessments in
some counties are almost prohibi
tive, being designed, seemingly,
to keep the poor man out of poli
tics. Poor indeed is the man who
can not raise the amount of an
Edgefield county assessment.
Now that Attorney General
Lyon has ample funds at his com
mand, let the prosecution of the
alleged grafters go forward. The
United States courts having for
some time been engaged with dis
pensary matters, it is now time for
. thecriminal courts of the state to
get busy And either convict or ac
uit those who are under a cloud.
It is said ths*" the recent sharp
advauce in corn was made by the
grain speculators after practically
all of the com had passed from
the hands of the western farmers.
If this ba true, those who
buy corn hereafter will be at the
mercy of the speculators. Would
it not be wise to increase the
acreage of this year's corn crop,
so as to be independent of the
western speculators a year hence?
After Georgia joined the- pro
hibition ranks last January,a num
ber of the liquor dealers of that
state located in North Carolina
towns, doubtless congratulating
themselves that they were safely
anchored at last. These vampires
upon society lost sight of the fact
that prohibition leaven was al
ready at work among the rank
and file of the "Tar Heels," and
that their days were yet number
ed. After*" January the first next
these migrating liquor sellers will
have to pack their kits and move
on to other climeB.
Very Able Speech.
Congress adjourned late Satur
day night, but several days before
adjournment was reached Hon. J.
O. Patterson put in some good
work on the question of the drain
age of swamp lands in this and
and other states. In his appeal for
Federal aid in reclaiming the
marsh lands, Congressman Pat
terson cited a number of instances
in which the government had
spent enormous sums in irriga
ting the arid plains of the west,
and urged that it is as incumbent
upon the national government tp
aid in draining the water-covered
lands of the south as it is to RUD
ply water for the prairie lands of
Mr. Patterson not only pressed
the matter from the standpoint
of rendering these waite lauds
productise but also on the ground
that draining the marshes of this
and other states would promote
the health of the people who live
in adjacent sections. He called
attention to the great suffering
caused by the malaria that
abounds in the low lands of the
Mr. Patterson is always alert,
standing ready to advocate what
ever will promote \he interests of
bis constituents and the country
at large. In the speech above re
ferred to, be urged government
appropriation for the improve
ment of the public roads.
Enforce the Order.
The new order cf the Railroad
commission making it a crime to
drink whiskey on passenger
coaches is a good on? and we hope
it will ba enforced to the letter.
A gentleman who travels quite
frequently upon railway trains in
this state remarked to the writer
a few days ago that nowhere else
are the good effects of prohibition
mor3 noticeable than on traius.
He said that in passing through
prohibition counties all is qui6t
and orderly on railway trains,
whereas on reaching a sec
tion in which whiskey is sold
drinking and rowdyism are seen.
Men drink in ine smoker and on
the platforms, deportiug Ihem
seWes in a manner that greatly
annoys other passengers. This an
noyance and public nuisance can
be abated by enforcing the new
order prohibiting, drinking on
Never Gives up Search.
Wheuever "Uncle Sam" puts
hie sleuth hounds, the secret ser
vice men, after a criminal he had
as well surrender to the officers of
the law. A notorious safeblower
and posioffice robber plied his
uefarious business in South Caro
lina iu 1902. Som* mouths after
wards, he was arrested. While iu
the custody of two special cou
8tables. he leaped from the win
dow of a rapidly moving tiaiu and
mado his escape. For "a time his
whereabouts were unknown, but
the search was never abaudoned.
A few days ago, six years aft- r
the crime was committed, this
same yeggmau was arrested' in
London, and will be brought to
South Carolina to answer for his
crimes as soou as extradition
papers eau be arranged.
Schedule of Campaign Meeting
Arranged and Assessments
Pursuant to the call of Chair
man B. E. Nicholson, the follow
ing gentlemen attended the meet
ing of the couuty Democratic ex
ecutive committee which was held
on Monday: G M Smith, D T
Mathis, B D Kitchin*, Geo. W
Scott, N G Evans, W W Adara P,
.Too. C Shaw, S T Williams, C E
Quarles, J F Atkins, W D Hol
land aud F, C Winn.
Mr. W. W. Adams, the treasurer,
reported that there was a balauce
of $61.54 in the treasury brought
over from 1906.
A committee, consisting of ?I
G Evans, G M Smith, B D Kitch
ings, Juo. F Atkins and E C Winn,
was appointed to arrange the cam
paign meeting. The following,
schedule for'the couuty campaign
meetings was adopted without a
dissenting vote :
Johnston, Thursday, July 23rd.
Berea, Saturday, " 25th.
Red Hill, Saturday, August 1st.
Rehoboth, Tuesday, " 4th
Parksville, Thursday, " 6th.
Lanham Spring,Saturdav " 8th.
Edgefield, Saturday, "11 22ud.
The committee very properly
devoted considerable time to the
arrangement of this schedule, so
there would be as little conflict as
possible bet'-een the campaign
aud the annual protracted meet
ings of the churches of the coun
The time for filing pledges aud
paying assessments will expire at
noon July 22ud, the day preced
ing the first campaign meeting.
As there is now sufficient funds
in the treasury to defray the ex
penses of the campaign, some
members of th3 ' committee
thought it would be unnecessary
to make the candidates pay any
assessment this year. However,
after discussing the matter it was
deemed best not to exhaust the
treasury. Furthermore, some un
foreseen demand may arise and
without an assessment there
would be no funds to meet it. By
a unanimous vote it was agreed to
make the assessments just half
what they were two year" 'go.
When the candidates fil? ir
pledges with Chairmau N' 'son
.they must then plank down their
assessments, as follows:
State Senate $2.50; House of
Representatives, $1.25; Auditor,
$2.50; Superintendent of: Educa
tion, $1.50; Supervisor, $2.50;
Treasurer, $2 50; Clerk of Court,
$2.50; Sheriff, $2.50; Master,
$1.25; County Commissioner, 50
cents; Supervisor of Registration,
50 cents; Magistrate, 50 cents;
Coroner, 50 cents.
Tho defeated candidates will
have half of their assessme nts le
turned to them.
The managers for the primary
election will be appointed at the
next meeting of the committee
which will be held in the court
bouse on Wednesday, July 22nd.
Large stock of mattings in mauy
beautiful patterns. A small sum
invested in pretty matting will
add to the beauty and comfort of
Ramsey & Jones.
Spectacles made up to suit your
particular need at lowest possible
Geo. F. Mims,
Edgefield. S C
On* 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.
Heed, Edgef leid Rifles! v
The Edgefield Rifles will meet
hereafter until encampment on
Tuesday, Thursday aud Friday
uights. Thia ooak?a suv?n rattl
ings and every man niust attend
five at leaet iu order to go on en
campment. Arrangements are
being completed lo furnish every
man with a copy of the General
Orders by next meeting, lt is
absolutely necessary that each
mau learn these orders 60 that
when called upon before going on
encampment he can recite them.
Each man must be provided with
tan shoes, uot oxfords or low
quarters, but bigh top shops. Not
later than Thursday night of this
week all Olive Drab uniforms
must be brought tu the armory
and kept there instead of keeping
them at home. The new rifles
(Springfield) are now ready to be
issued. Also all necessar}' camp
utensils. Remember the nights:
Tuet day, Thursday and Friday.
Letter From Dr. R. J. Willing
The followirg is a copy of the
lettor which Dr. R. J. Willing
ham, secretary of the Foreigu
Mission Board, wrote to Capt.
Geo. B. Lake announcing the
recent death of Mrs. John Lake:
Mr. Oto. B. Lake,
My. dear Brother :
you have heard the sad n?ws of
the death of your daughter-in
law, the wife of Brother John
Lake. I received a cable from him,
bringing us this sad information.
We certainly sympathize with
you. Not knowing whetb?r yon
had gotten the information, I
thought it was best-to write and
tell you, PO as to be cerlaiu that
When Mrp. Willingham and I
w?r? in South China we spent the
night with Brothpr Lake-and bis
wife. Th?v treated us so kindly,
and we enjoyed our stay with
R. J. Wilfineham.
Richmond, Va., May 26, 190S.
Clean Your Premises.
The Board of Health Gives an
The aunual inspection of th?
Board of Health of Edg-field will
take place on Wednesday of npxt
week, the 10th of Jun?, and as
many days thereafter frs will be
fiund necessary. A. commiltpp
from the Board of Health will
visit every section of our town,
and will make a close inspection
of all bick premises.
For the benefit of those who
have no conveyances for haul in?,
the council will give the 'services
of the cart, provided all trash and
debris is placed in boxee and bar
rels on the street or in a conveni
ent place for hauling. Let those
who need this assistance get ready
at once, and apply to the mayor,
as the time is limited, and it
would be impossible for the cart
to do all the work in ono or two
days. Please' do not ?sk for the
cart unless it is absolutely ^"c
Besides the assistance from the
mayor, the ladies of the Civic
League have offered three prizes
for the neatest back premises! to
be decided by the Board of Health
as they make their inspection.
The first prize is three dollars'
worth of garden implements, aud
the next two, one dollar's worth
each, of garden implements.
It is earnestly desired that
every one take a lively interest in
this, as it means so much to the
health of our town.
J. T. Pattison, M. D.,
Chairmau Board of Health.
Hold Cotton for the Minimum.
Nothing to Lose by Holding and
Much to be Gained.
Cotton has advanced $7.50 per
bale in ten days and if we will
hold to it, and not be influpneed
to sell, it will in the next ten days
make the same advance and the
minimum will he reached. Re
member the 3907 crop is 4,500,000
bales ahjrt. This makes'cotton
scarce, not enough for consump
tion. Crop conditions the lowest
in 20 years.
On the 24th, Texas and Okla
homa were visited by the most
destructive flood that has ever
On May 10th, our National
President, C. S. Barret, issued a
circular letter asking the Union
men to plow up 10 pbr cent ofthe
cotton planted and put it in food
crops. One milliou acres has been
reported plowed up. This looks a9
if the boys mean business and
will stand behiud 'heir guns.
Do not listen to those who tell
you to sell, it is going lower, when
they know it will go upward by
Do not forget that corn is $1.10
per bushel and plenty of time to
plant yet. Well filled corn-cribs
aud smoke-houses will always
make cotton bring th( jinimum
Both the European and Ameri
can mills are about out of cotton,
so hold to your spots and get the
Pendleton, S. C., May 26th, 'OS.
Big lot of Puritan corsets just
received. Every pair guaranteed.
May & Tompkins.
Just received a beautiful ?ot of
muslins, figured and plain lawns
and summer goods of all kinds.
The ladies should not miss seeing
J. W. P.-ak.
Fresh candies: Ju4 received a
fre<?h shipment of Sparrow's
chocolates aud bon bons by ex
B . Timmous.
Candidates Get the Cue.
Hon. W. A. Strom iii not Ihn
possessor of an automobile, nor is
the Edgefield-Greeuwood trolley
liue hauling p*pi*?g>rs, yet he
makes the trip from Boles' moun
tain to Augusta and return in the
same day. Mr. Strom and his
pretty daughter, Miss Ruth, came
dowu on Friday morning in time
to board the early train for Au
gusta aud made the journey home
after reaching Edgefield Friday
night. The candidates bad better
learn from Mr. Strom the secret
of covering so much groucd in a
Eighty-two Feet in Solid Granite.
Mr. G W Lee, of Spartanburg, ship
ped his well drilling machine to Edge
field about a month ago and drilled a
six-inch well fifty-two feet in depth for
Mr. W H Dorn. He then went to drill
one for Mr. J P Ouzts. The latter had
repeatedly tried to provide an ample
water supply on his premises by digging
and blasting but without satisfactory
results. Mr. Lee adjusted his machine
and began to drill in bed-rock grajiite
from the very first stroke, and drilled
the entire depth of the "well, eighty-two
feet, without passing througrfthis stra-'
tum of granite. He stated to the wri
ter that he has been drilling wells in
North Carolina, Sonth Carolina and
Georgia for four years and that the
Edgefield granite is the hardest that
he has ever struck. Mr. Ouzts now has
the best well of absolutely pure water in
the whole section of the country. Mr.
Lee guarantees to find an adequate
supply of water. With him it is "no
water, no pay." He has now gone up
to Hon. Vt A Strom's to bore into the
bowels of Boles' Mountain,' and you
can wager your last dollar that he will
find water before stopping.
Subscription Books Open.
Augus ta and Edgefield Electric
Notice is hereby given that the
incorporators of the Augusta and
?dgofield Electric Railroad Com
pany have appointed tho under
signed committee to perfi ct all
arrangements for said incorpora
tors in organ ?zit g the said Augus
ta and Edgefield Electric Rail
road Company, under and bv :.u
thority ot th^ charter granted to
said company by ?h** General As
HernbSy of South Carolina, ?p
prov-d or, the 2? h (?av of Feb
ruary, 1908 And thal the enid
Committee w.ll op-ti books for
subscriptions to the capital stock'
of the .-aid Augr.pt? and Edgefield
EJecHc Rh i lrond Oom pan v, at
tho office of Wm. P. Calhoun,
ISda-field Court HoV??, 8 C., on
Jun? 4?b, 190S, at 12:00 a. m.,
under and pursuant I", and wi'li
th" right?, powers a'd uri vi l?g--s,
set forth in said charter and under
toe 'aws of I he Stat'i of South
Wm. P. Ca:houn,
W. A. Strom,
S. B. Mays.
Onion Meeting at Gilga!.
It was the writer's good fortune
to attend the union meeting at
Gilgal on Suuday. The Sunday
school hour was taknu up with
brief verbal reports from tho
schools of the 1st division, au 1
in the main, the reports were en
couraging. The sermon wis
preached by Dr. C. E. Burfcs, few
having left his sick child in An
derson on Saturday and came to
Edgefield in order to attend the
meeting at Gilgal From the many
expressions that were heard, those
who com posed the very large con
gregation counted themselves for
tunate in being privileged to hoar
this powerful sermou, so earnest
ly and forcibly delivered.
Duri?g the noon hour every
body enjoyed the great feast that
was sprer.d upon the larg-i table
arranged under the shade of the
oaks. The housewives of the Gil*
gal section are second to none iu
the county in- the matter of pre
paring and serving delightful din
ners. Naught could be said
against the variety, quantity or
quality of Sunday's dinner. If
there was one present whosi j van's
were not fully" supplied, it was
solely h?3 fault, because great
dishes of nice things were left
after the crowd had lett the table.
Thegafteruoou session was taken
up with short informal talks by
Mr. R T, Strom, Mr. J. L. Mina?,
Rev. J. E. Johnston and A. S.
Tompkins, Esq , Dr. Burts was
called upon to give an account of
the Southern Baptist convention.
Taking it all in all, this was one
of the most enjoyable and most
profitable uuions evr held in the
Tho next uoiou meeting will be
held at Stevens' Cre<ds church on
the 29th and 30th of August.
Get a pair of Puritan corsets
now and save 15%. Wear them
thirty days, and if not s tisfactory
your money refunded.
May & Tompkins..
See our new gingham aud
chambrays. They are beauties.
May ife Ton, pk ms.
We pell Waterman's Idu?l
Fountain Penp, which represen'
the highest standard of *?xc?ll*-.Ucf*.
livery pen guaranteed to give
W. E. Lynch & Co.
At the conclusion of the morn
ing eervico at Gilgal church oh
Sunday, Dr. C. E. Lurt6 walked
to the front 'of the rostrum and
stated that he had been requested
to perform a very pleasant duty,
wh'ch w-as to unite two young
lives in the holy bonds of wed
lock, and then requested the
j young couple to come forward.
Having hiid no intimation of
Cupid's plan?, the large cong?la
tion was eager tn see who respond
ed. Their curiosity was gratified
when Mr. Ralph Winn and Mids
Leila Cheatham arose iu the brok
of thei church and marched slowly,
but calmly and gruc-fully, down
the aisle The wedding march wap
very beautifully played by Miss
Woiuona Strrm. Aftar plighting
thoir troths, Mr. and Mrs. Winn
returned to thei?* seats. lu h. few
mompnts 'he congregation was
dismiFsed and Fcores of surprised
friend? gathered about them and
showered congratulatiou? upon
The groom is the adopted son of
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Win?, of Re
hoboth, but has been a residpnt
of Edgefield for six or eight years,
and has bpen a faithful and popu
lar employee uf the EdgefWd
Mercantile Company Bii.ce it was
organized. The' bride is the beau
tiful and talented daughtpr of
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Cheatham, of
Clfora, and" has for several years
held the position of stenographer
and typewrit* r iu the Farmers
Bank. Both of there young p"nple
are widely beloved m Kdgefipld
and number their friends ny thp
hundreds. Little wonder then that
very great intfr st has been cen
tered ahouUlboir marriage.
Mr. and Mrs Winn are spend
ing a portion of this week wilb
rei -it ives at Cleor.i and Rehoboth,
but wi! I ru i, kn tii^ir hom*? in
Delay Has Been Dangerous in
Do the right thing at the right time.
Act quickly in times of danger.
Backache is kidney danger.
Doan's Kidney pills act quickly.
Cure all distressing, dangerous kid
Plenty of evidence-to prove this.
J H Schwartz, living on Main St.,
Lexington, S. C., says: "I have been
using Doan's kidney pills but a short
time, but I can say that I have receiv
ed more benefit from them than any
other remedy. The secretions were
dark in color and contained a sedi
ment. I used a number of different
remedies, but they did not prove of
benefit. I finally procured Doan's kid
ney pills, and am pleased to state that
they gave me great relief."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cts.
Foster-Milbnrn Co., Buffala, N. Y.,
sole agents for the United Statas.
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.
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AUGUSTA SAVIHCS BANK
When you nped a buggy try a
Rock Hill, or Hackney, or Colum
bus, or a Tysou and Jones. No
stronger line of buggies can be
lound io this section. Large as
sortment to select from.
Ramsey & Jones.
Just received delightful Roast
ed Coffer;, lo to 25 cputs per pound.
Van Camp's Pork and Beans,
and Hulled Corn Hominy.
Very large stock of wagon and
buggy harness. Let us supply you.
Ramsey & Jones.
We always carry complete as
sortment of fresh drugs and give
especial attentiou to all prescrip
tions sent us. A share of your
JAS. S. BYRD.
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
?2yOifice.over Post-0 thee.
TIMMS & fl CO RLE Y,
Appointments at Trenton
Crown and ll ri dpt* Work a Special
Largest in C
CTall on us or write us fi
353 Broad ??ree
Women as Well os M?n
Are Made Miserable by
Kidr.sy trouble preys upon the mi:id, dis
scuragss and lesions ambition; beauty, vigor
and cheerfulness i:con
disappear when the kid
neys are out of order
Kidney trouble has
become so prevalent
that it is not uncommon
for a child to be born
afflicted v/ith weal: kid
neys, if ihe child urin
ates too often, if the
urine scalds the flesh or if, v/hen the child
reaches an age when it should be able lo
control the passage, it is yet afflicted with
bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of
the difficulty is kidney'troublc, and the first
step should be towards the treatment of
these important organs. This unpleasant
trouble is due to a diseased condition of the
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
most people suppose.
Women as well as men are made mis
erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of
Swamp-Root is soon realized, lt is sold
by druggists, in fifty
cent and one dollar
sizes. You may have a
sample bottle by mail
free, also pamphlet tell- Homo of Sr-anro-Root
ing all about it, including many of the
thousands of testimonial letters received
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
St Co.. Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and
mention this paper.
Don't mak? any mistake, but
remember the Dame, Swamp
Roct, Dr. Kilmer's Swainp-Root,
and the address, Binghamton, N.
Y., on e"ery bottle.
Nothing Fupurior to cur "White
All persons indebted to the estate of
Mrs. E J Weathersby dee'd will settle
same with the undersigned at his office
731 Green street, Augusta, Ga., and
all persons holding claims against said
estate will present same properly at
tested for payment.
Walter C. Miller,
May 22, '08.
COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON
Charleston, S. C.
124th Year begins September 25.
Entrance examinations will beheld
at the county court house on Friday,
July 3, at 9 a. m. All candidates for
admission can compete in September
for vacant Boyce scholarships which
pay $100 a year. One free tuition
scholarship to each county of South
Carolina. Board and furnished room
in dormitory $11. Tuition $40. For cata
Winthrop College Scholarship
and Entrance Examination.
The examination for the award of
vacant scholarships in Winthrop Col
lege and for the admission of new stu
dents will be held at the county court
house on Friday, July 3, at 9 a. m. Ap
plications must not be less than fifteen
years of age. When scholarships are
vacant after July 3 they will be award
ed to those making the highest'aver
age at this examination, provided they
meet the conditions governing the
award. Applicants for scholarships
should write to President Johnson be
fore the examination for scholarship
Scholarships are worth $100 and
free tuition. The next session will open
September 16, 1908. For further infor
mation and catalog, address President
D. B. Johnson, Rock Hill, S. C.
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.
We are headquarters in Edge
field fur paints and oils. Get our
prices before buying.
to the man who gives his mind
to bis business. You cannot do
that if you spend half of your
time in worrying over how to
guard your cash. No way you
can devise is as safe as deposit
ing it in
THE FARMERS BANK
Open an accouut to-day and
you can givo all your attention
"to your busiuess without having
the si igtest worry about the
safety of what you already have
The Farmers Bank
- of Edgefield, S. C.
Ar? aa good aa the beat 60 yean I
buaineaa is our guarantee.
P. J. BERCKMANS CO., (Inc.)
Frwflaad Nurstrit?. AUGUSTA, GA.
.TO I*TW fo team uni 5th rn ba FBtoffltahrd if
or prices before placing
BROS & CO.,
it, Augusta, Ga.
Vrtie Corner Store,
Asks your attention to the Cut tn A. F. C.
Ginghams, White Lawns, Figured Muslins, White
P. K. White and Colored Madras, Embroidery
and Small Wares.
Pins 2c. I Ladies9 White
Safety Pins 2c. I H. S. Handker-]
Pearl Buttons 2ci chiefs 3 for 10c.
Ladies' Fancy Embroidered Handkerchiefs 3 for 25c
Would be cheap at 19c each.
The Best Crash Towel ever made at a price, to go at
Don't forget our line of Ladies' Muslin" Underwear
and try our Misses l-l Black Ribbed Hose at 3 pairs
for 25 ce nts.
The Corner Store
lt we were to publish ail we believe ab o ul:
Cerealite, you would doubtless think us
extravagant in our praise- If we were to /
publish all the Manufacturers elaim for Ce
r?alit?, you might doubt their statement-- .
If we were to publish all that OUR satis
fied customers say-in praise of Cerealite.,
you might think they were laying it on toe
heavy We publish none of these things
as we might or could do but merely an -
nounce that we have just received a fresh
shipment of Cerealite, tor the special pur
pose of enabling our friends and customers
to try this wonderful crop maker on their
coin and cotton as a side application at the
CEREALITE used in this way will pay a bigger div
idend than any investment you can make. Try Ce
realite and be convinced.
For our Big Advertise
ment next week ?
It will contain some
Great Bargains that
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We Guarantee them
to Please You.
Jones & Son
We also sell Fruit Jars, Extra Rubbers, Extra Tops, and p/
Jelly Tumblers. Call on us or Phone us.
Come to us for everything that is new and stylish in
Spring wear for Men and Boys. We buy only from the
largest manufacturers in the country who know how'to
put wearing qualit?s as well as style in merchandise.
Let us fit you in a pretty Suit, Oxfords and Hat Have
you seen our beautiful assortment of Neckwesr. Drop in
and take a look.