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WEDNESDAY, JULY 15,1908.
Be one of the 3,000 persons who
will assemble at Harmony, on
Mr?. Phoebe Irvin, of Atlanta,
ia the guest of ber B?6ter, Mrs.
.? Miss Jessie McKay, of Colum
bia, is the guest of Misses Rhett
and Maxcie Sheppard.
Rev. L- D. Gillespie will assist
iu a reVival meeting at Ridge
Spring next week.
Mrs. Walter Pearce, of Augus
ta, is the guest of Mrs. Subna B.
Mrs. Martha Strom and Miss
Pauline Byrd visited relatives in
OUT town on Monday. j
Misses Jennie and Tillie .Gil
christ, of R? hobotb, were visitors
in Edgefield on Saturday.
Hon. D. D.McColJ, of BeuueltB
.ville, was amoug ibu visitors in
Edgefield on Mouday.
Mrs. Henry C. Miller and Mrs. i
James D. Mathis, of Trenton, were
among the vuitors ' in Edgefbld
Try the new Glenn Springs
Ginger Ale at Penn & Hoisteius.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. Sheppard, Jr.,
have been spending several days
with Mr. and Mrs. 0. Sheppard,
Mre. L. D. Gillespie will leave
to-morrow to spend a week at her
former nome in Earlv Branca,
Edgefield, Johnsfon and Tren
ton will bo deserted villages on
Friday] Everybody is going to the
Mrs. J. N. Schenk raturned on
Friday last after spending a week
with relatives at Kirksey, Green
wood and Ninety Six.
If those who haye uo way of
. Bending their haskets to Harmony
will notify Mrs. J. L. Minis a
way will be provided.
Prof. and Mr?. W. W. Brock
man are again on American foil.
Their present address - is Seattle,
Washington, -care of the Y. M. C.
A. of that city.
Mrs. W. A. "Byrd, accompanied
by Mrs. Dr. J. S. Byrd, spent Sat
urday and Sunday with ber pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Fuller.
Col.. S. B. Mays says th?re is
. ^vtery litileyprofit now m shipping
peaches/ The crop- has been ? so
Jarge this 'year that the supply
?iae beeu almost gre?ter than th??
Mr. and Mr3. B. I. Gault and
children, of Wagoner, S. C., have
b*eii guests of Mr. and Mrs. N.
M Jon- s during the past week.
Mrs. Gantt is , a sister of Mrs.
Fresh shipment of Harris L'thia
Water $1 50 for 5 gallons; Glenn
rSpnngs Water$1.75 for 5 gallons.
The crop3 io, the Harmony sec
tion ara especially fine. Cotton is
inot as fully matured as usual a:
-th?shanon, being about fwo weeks
?late, but it has been weH worked,
is free from g<-ass and is in a
.Very large stock of trunks, suit
cases and traveling bags. Let us
supply your needs. Our prices are
RAMSEY & JONES
Hon. B. E. Nicholson lett ou
yesterday fer Augueta to join the
?commission appointed by the
?Soiitb. Carolina legislature to in
spect tho darns across tb i Savan
mah river>They wi li go from Au
^08ta by boat to Savannah. Mr.
JNiebolsau will return Friday.
We solicit your prescription
.-business. Utmost care is exer
cised in compounding prescrip
tions apd only pure, fresh drugs
ar? used. Our prices are very
PENN & HOLSTEIN,
G. L. Penn & Son.
Little Miss Florence Minis cele
brated, ber. tenth birthday on
Friday afternoon last, ai.d invited
" jbalf a hundred little friends to
share the joys of the occasion
with her.- After engaging in a
great variety of games, the b.\ppy
throng was seated in grrups
about thy* lawn and ?lelightful re
freshments were served.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Cogburn
enjoyed every minute of the stay
with Their relatives in Eatonton,
.Ga. The most dehghlfu1 feature
of their visit was attending a re
ani?n of the Georgia branch of
Ihe Cogburn f?mily. Mr. and Mrs.
Cogboru were in the heart of the
?jteach belt of Georgia.
??>-?.:>?.'. ? \
PRESCRIPTIONS our special
ty. We solicit your Prescriptions,
WE GUARANTEE pure drugs,
accurate compounding, and rea-j
W. E. LYNCH & CO.
M?FS Nellie Hill entertained a
few of her lady friends at a but
ton fishing party Friday after
noon at rhe home of Mrs. John
R. Tompkins. The first prize was
won by Mrs Dr. \V. Luther Jon??
anH the second priz? f*?ll to the lot
of Miss Sue Collett. At the elos^
of the contest delightful refresh
ments were served,"
We open our forms to announce
the death of Dr. W. H. Timmer
man which occurred at bis home
in Batesbnrg Tuosday night.
MJB8 Ethel Hughes, of Hephzi
bah, Ga., is a guest at the home
ofheruucle, Hou. J. Wm.Thur
Mi?? Lucy Gerwig, of Pitts
burg, Pa., ia visiting Miss Ruth
Coghurn. Miss Gerwig aud Miss
Ruth were classmates atHollius
Instit ul e.
M1153 Lillian Smith left on Sat
urday for Lancaster, where she
will visit Mrs. M. J. Green, nee
Miss Fannie Cochrau.
The greatest bargain iu toilet
soap can be. had at tho popular:
store of Messrs. May & Tompkins.
They will sell you seven cakes of
soap and a box ot talcum powder
for twenty-five ceuts.
Atteution is directe! to the
new advertisement of Mr. J. W.
Peek. It will pay vou to avail
yourself of ?tho great bargains he
is offering in seasonable mer
Mrs. Wal leo* Miller entertained
a number of.frieuds at her ele
gant home near Trenton on Tues
day afternoon in honor of Mrs"
Miunie Ligou Brantley; of Texas.
The Advertiser household is^
greatly indebted to our kind and
very throughtful frieud, -Dr. E.
C. Smith, for a large crate of
finely flavored Willistou caute
1 ou pep.
Miss Estelle Sibloy, uf Augus
ta, is the guest of M?83 Mattie
Carmichael. Miss Sibley is quite
a favorite in Edgefield, haviug
made many friends ou former
After giving th?-'matter du?
consideration, Mr. H. A. Herring
bas decided to withdraw from the
race for the position of magis
trate of the 8th judicial district.
Just received a r.ew lise of
va? ,'cienues, round thread and
cluny laces at special prices. We
invite the ladies to call to see
these uuusual values.
J. W. Peak.
During the past week some of
the finest Elberta peaches that we
have ever seen were sold on the
local market. Fruit growers say
all peaches, particularly the El
bertas,"tbe queen of the orchard,"
ara from two to three weeks ear
lier this year than usual.
Why not repaint your floore?
We can supply any color of the
best paint on the market.
Bi Timmoue. i
Mrs. O. J. Holmes and her
daugnter, were visitors in Edge
field on Saturday last. Mrs.
Holmes is the mother of Mr. Cor
nelius Holmes, the popular sales
man atnPeou <fe Holstein's, and is
one ot the pillars of Red Hill
Mr. C. A. Loug, the mau who
always has something' good to
sell, brought fifty very fine waler
melons to Edgefield on last Sat
urday aud disposed of- them at
very fair'prices. You eau always
depecd upon what Mr. Long Belle
If it were not so far totbe
home of .our friend Mr. Sam
Gardner, Tbe Advertiser mau
would some dark night made a
raid on his* orchard, carrying
away a two-horse wagon load of
peaches. Several persons have
told us of the almost uulimited
q'uautity of very fine peaches that
Mr. Gardner has.
We have just received a brge
aisortment of jewelry aud silver
ware, in the latest designs from
the most up-to-date and most re
liable manufacturers in the coun
try. We invite you to call and
inspect these goods.
RAMSEY & JONES
Mrs. J. C. Mace-nee NMiss
Agnes Griffin-of Marion, accom
panied by littta J. C. Mace, Jr.,
is the gu^st of her aunt, Mrs.
Orlando Sheppard. "J. C." is a
very bright and mauly little fol
low. Duriug the recent, session of
the Press Association ho was pet
ted and fondled by every member
of the party, a universal favorite.
The Harmony Picnic.
Since the picuic that is to be
giveu at Harmony on Friday was
first mentioned it has been a lead
ing topic of conversation. And
rightly so, because it will, judg
ing from "all indications, easily
he the largest gathering ever held
in the county. Preparations are
being made to furnish free dinner
to upwards of 2,000 people. Bear
den's baud, composed of six of
the bent musicians in Augusta,
bas been engaged for the day.
There will be four addressee, one
each hy the following distinguish
ed gentlemen: Hon. Herriot
Clarkson, of Charlotte, Hon. C.
C. Featherstone, Dr. J. W. Dan
lelp. and Hon Seaborn Wright, of
Rom?, Ga. The last named gen
tlemen ie the brilliant Georgian
who led the prohibition forces to
victory ?Q our sister state. An op
portunity to hear so many able
addresses without cost is not often
presented to our people, There
fore, it is hardly necessary to
urge them to go. The ladies of
Johnston, Tienton, Edgefield.
Philippi and Harmony commu
nities are urged to oxr-y baskets.
Baist's Turnip Soed
We have just received a fresh
pupply of Bnist's Celebrated Tur
nip seed, Ruta Haga, Golden Ball,
Flat Dutch, Aberdeen Seven Top
Penn & Holstein.
G. L. Penn & Son.
Mr. mid Mrs. Ceo. F. Mims,
accompanied by their bweet litUa
children, left OD Friday for r? stay
?f two wepks iii Spartanburg
county and ip the mouetains.
Mr? Paul W. Gibacn, of Atlanta,
a life-long friend of Mr. Mime,
wi?! accompany them on tbeir
Old bachelors and young men,
best ir yourselves. Edgefield will
be literally swarming with fair
young visitors thia summer. Al
ready they are beginning to ar
rive. Make them have "the time
of tbeir lives" while here, so when
they depart from our borders they
will carry with them only pleas
ant recollections of Edgefield.
Mr. S. W. William? made a
hurried visit to Edgefield recent
ly and was very cordially receiv
ed by bis friends. After leaving
bereMr. Williams, availing him
self of the very low railroad rates
to Denver, took a two weeks trip
out weet. We understand that be
is pleased with Clio and has
decided to remain witb the
large mercantile firm at that place
for another year.
After attending the meeting ol'
the farmers clubs at Meriwether
on Thursday last as a delegate
from the Elleuton club, Mr.
Frank Ycungblood, accompanied
by bie little1 eon, came to Edge
field and remaiued with his sis
ters and brother at the old hom?
until Monday. Mr. Youngblood
has many stanch friends m our
town who alwa\K give li i ai a hear
ty heed clasp'.
Old Quarry to be Drained.
.\t n meeting of the town coun
cil on Monday morning the drain
age of the old quarry was discuss
ed, and, ne the eojnty owes the
town 130days work, it was nnnni
mously decided that *tbe county
an'borities bf? urged to put the
convict force at work on the old
quarry. If such an arrangement
can not be coade vAh tho county,
the town will doubtless undertake
the drainage of the quarry at an
Trolley Meeting Called.
Tho sub-committee appointed
some time ago to do certain pr?
liminary wojk ia connection with
the proposed trolley lino from Au
gusta to Edg?fkld iesuei; a call
this week for a mass meeting uf
the citizens cf our town and corni
ly to be beld in the court bouse
on Wednesday next. July 22nd.
Edgefield is greatly in nord of?ad
ditional railroad facilities. So, if
it be possible to secure another
road, let our )*?ople combine their
efforts and her d their energies to
the accomplishment, of tin? one
purpose. By coming together iu
the above-called mas* meeting
the matter can be discussed in all
of its bearings.
Yet a Young Man.
Although bur popular young
friend, Dr.. James S. Byrd, has
taken unto himself uncharming
wife and bas firmly established
himself ia the practice ?f h i s.pro
fession, be is yet a vary young
man.". On Thursday evening last,
be celebrated his 27tb birthday
by inviting more than a dozen
friends to break bread s with him.
Seated around the large table,
upon which was spread a prince
ly-feas,t, were fourteen "thorns"
and not a single "rose,", save the
very beautiful flowers that had
been tastefully arranged upon the
table. So well was it prepared and
so beautfiully served that no din
ner was ever more thoroughly tD
joyed thau this. After returning
to'the parlor, cigars were handed,
and for several hours, enveloped
in fragrant smoke of imported
Havannas, the congenial coterie
indulged in timely anecdotes,
rppartee, ajd sparkling wit. Al
though the qu'.eu of the home
did not appear upon the scptie it
could be ea&ily seen that she had
planned and arranged tho even
Sunday School institute.
Tho Sunday school institute
that is being conducted in thp j
Presbyterian church bv Rev. F.
W. Gregg, of Abbeville, and Mr.
S" Cr; Hodges of Greenwood h?ie
proveu very interesting and prof
itable to those who have attended.
Our p?ople arp peculiarly iortu
uatp in having these very zealous
Christian workers, Sunday school
spec;alists, come to labor among
titra, and we regret that a great
er number have not attended the
institute. Everyone can derive
much pleasure and profit from the
splpndid addresses by these gen-1
llempu. The institute will close
with this evening's exercise. L,pt
everybody be present. The usu fl\
Wednesday evening prayer meet
ing will not be held at the Bap
We are glad to announce to ocr
patrons that weean now supply
them with 5 gallon demijohn 1
Glenn Springs water for $1.7 o.
Penn & Holstein.
G. L. Penn & Son. .
, Th* Remedy That Does.
l,Dr. King's New Discovery ie
the remedy that does the healing
othprs promise but fail to per
form," says Mrs. E ll Piersou, of
Auburn, Centre, Pa. It is curing
me of throat and lung trouble of
long standing, that, other Irpat
nienrs relieved on iv temporarily.
New Discovery is doing me BO
much ?oo? that. I ff>el confident
its continued use fi r a reasonable
length of time will restore me tc
perfect health. This renowned
cough and cold remedy and tin oat
aud 1 u ri tr: healer is sold nt W E
Lynch &.Co., Penn (fe Holstein,
successors lo G L Penn & Son.
drug stores. 50c and $1.00. Trial
U. D. C's. to Meet.
The Daughters of the Confed
eracy will mee.t with Mrs. W. JL?.
Dunovant ou the afternoon of
July the 20ib, at half past five
Mr?. N. G. Evans, Pest.
Mrs. Ji D. Holstein, Sec.
The Executive committee of
th?* Democratic party of Edgefield
couut}' will meet at Edgefield
court house at ll o'clock a. m ,
Wednesday, July 22nd. All mem
bers are earnestly r?qaes?fcd to at
B. K. Nicholson,
Notice to Candidates.
A31 candidates must filo their
pledges with county chairmau and
clerk , of court, and pay assess
ments to W. \V. Adani3, treasury
fr, before 12 m. of Wednesday,
July 22hd, 3908. in order to be
entitled to enter the Democratic
/ B. E. Nicholson,
Send Names of Delegates.
The Sunday schools through
out the -Edgefield association are
requested ti nd urged to send the
barons of their delegates In thy
Sunday school convention to bfl
held at Clark'* Hill to Mr. S. T.
Adams at once. Mr. Adams is
chairman of the committee on
hospitality, and receiving the J
names in , advance will greatly
facilitate the assignment of
homes l'or tba delegates. Atteud
to this at once.
The Trolley Line Notice.
lt has been decided by theeCtb
j committee of the incorporators of
the Augusta ami Edgefield Elec
tric Railroad to call a meeting of
the citizens of Edgefield, and any
one interested in '.he line, to na*!*?!
in tbs Ciurt house here on Wed-j
nesday, July 22ud, to discuss the!
situaiiou. It is hoped that there
will ba a lull attendance. This-j
meeting will be of vital interest
to Edgefield and Edgefield coun
ty. The books of subscription are
open, and all who desire to do so
can become subscribers to tho
road. The subcommittee desires
to get matters in shape SD that a
report can barnacle to the board
nt au early data ajid an organiza
Wm. P. Calhoun, chairman,
W. A. Strom,
S. B. Maye,
Very Narrow Escape.
Tbe papers have rectify con
tained many .notices of damage
and death- by lightning in ali
parts of the country, but fortu
nately no fatalities have occurred
within the horders , of Edgefield
county. However, on Wednesday
last an electric ?lorin was attend
ed hy almost .serious results nea
our towu. Lightning 6truck a
Jarg? tree near the home of .Mrs.
Emm?. Dobson, scattering bark
and splinters in tbe frout piazza.
Aboutthe same hour the borne of
Mr. James Brown WAS struck,
doing considerable damage to the!
budding besides setting it oo fire. 1
Mr^-Brown was in the/house at
the time and was severely shock
ed. Hn recovered, however, io
time to extinguish the fl.imes.
Notice to Farmers Union.
The State Convention of the
South Caroliua State Farmers'
Union will convene in the House
of Represntati\M hali in Colum
bia un WednesJay July 22nd at
S: 15 p. m. Where the county uu
ion is formed, the basis of repre
sen talion is one delegate at large
and o:i? delegate for every hun
dred m?mbers or majority frac
tion ; where there is no county or
ganization each local is entitled
to one delegate. If you have not
already done so, have a called
meeting and elect your delegates
Application has boen made for
reduced rates on the railroads
Please ask for that rate, and
wh- re you cannot get it, please
ask the agent for a certif?cale.
S. C. State Farmers Unio
Best The World Affords.
"It gives rn'1- unbounded pleas
ure to recommend Bneklen's Ar
nica Salve," writes J W Jenkins,
of Chapel Hil!, N C. I am con
vinced it's the best suivi- the
world alf. rds. Il cured a fe?on on
my thumb, and it never fails to
ho :! every eore, burn or wound tn
which \- is applied. 25c at W E
Lynch et Co., Penn & Holstein,
-Hicce63or8 to G L Penn & Sou,
I hereby respectfully offer myself to
the voters of Edgefield 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 primary.
GIP H. SEIGLER.
I hereby annonce myself as a can
didato for the office of Coroner of
Edgefield county, subject to thc rules
and regulations of the Democratic
primary, and will be grateful to my
friends and fellow citizens for their
votes and for their help.
J. B. CARTLEDGE.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for Coroner of Edgefield county, e
pledging myself to abide the result of I
the Democratic primary and to support c
the nominees of the same. ? r
PETER OUZTS. I
Simply the visible sign
are not forming rapidly ei
Lack of nourishment ii
entire system. Stimulate:
Exactly what baby ne*
ALL DRUGGISTS> 50c. A
I ! CANDIDATE
t Primary Augusi
J. * .
For United States Senate.
I beg to announce my candidacy for
the United States Senate in the ap
proaching Democratic primary, andi
respectfully solicit the support of the
Democratic voters of this state.
. R. G. RHETT.
I hereby respectfully announce my
self a candidate for re-election to Cori
fress from the second congressional
istrict of South Carolina, subject to
the rules and regulations of the Demo
cratic primary election, and I hereby
pledge myself to abide- the result of
the. same and to support the nominees
J. 0. PATTERSON.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for Solicitor of the Eleventh1 Ju
dicial Circuit; and pledge myself to
abide by all the rules and regulations
of the Democratic party, and to sup
port the nominees of said party.
GEORGE BELL TIMMERMAN.
For Stale Senate.
I announce myself a candidate for
the position of state senator, from
Edgefield county and pledge myself to
abide the result of ihe' Democratic
.P. B. MAYSON.
""i hereby announce mysu'f a candi
date for the State Senate, ard pledge
myself to abide the result of rbt Demo
cratic primary election, and support
the nominees of the party.
THOS. H. RAINSFORD.
House of Representatives.
I respectfully announce myself tx
I candidate for the House of Ropresen-1
I tatives, pledging myself to abide the j
I result of the Democratic ; primary and
? to support the nominees of the same.
Thanking my friends and ?eIIow
citizens for . their past genero?s con
sideration and soliciting their votes m
the approaching primary, - I announc?
my candidacy for the House of Rep
:$eotatives as a member from Edge
field county, subject to all of the
niles ?and regulations of the Democrat
ic party, and pledge myself to abide
the result of said primary election.
J. R. BLOCKER.!! 3j
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for tile Housfe of Representatives
from .Edgefield county and pledge my
self to. abide the result pf the Demo
S. T. WILLIAMS.
I respectfully announce that i am a
candidate for the.House of Represen
tative ' from Edgefield county and
pledge myself to abide by the rules and.
regulations of the Democratic party.
M. P. WELLS.
1 hereby announce myself a candi
date for the House of ^Representatives
from Edgefield county, subject to the
rules and regulations of the Democrat
ic primary next summer; and I pledgaJj
myself to abide the result of same.
J. C. MORGAN.
^ For Clerk of Court.
county for th
me in the pas
self a candids
office of ?lerl
self that if el
me. Will abid
Thereby respectfully announce that
1 am a candidate for re-election to the
Dffice of Sheriff of Edgefield county,
and pledge myself to abide by the re
sult of the Democratic primary and
Mipport the nominees of the same.
W. G. OUZTS.
At thc solicitation of many friends
[ offer myself a candidate for sheriff
)f Edgefield county, and pledge my
self to abide by the result of the
Democratic primary, and to give my
.'htire time and na ural detective
ibility to the office.
R. T. SCURRY.
I hereby announce myself a candi- D
late for the office of Sheriff of Edge
ield county, and pledge myself to
ibide the result of the -Democratic
EUGENE F. THRAILKILL.
I hereby announce that I am a can- ! in
??date for the office of sheriff of Edge- \ D
ield county and \ ledge myself to-abide
he result of the Democratic primary
md to support tho nominees of the
W. R. SWEARINGEN
Subject to the Democratic primary,
respectfully announce my candidacy
or the office of Supervisor of Edge
ield countv, and respectfully ask the
upport of my friends and fellow citi
ens. I fear that I shall not be able to
anvass the county, so earnestly beg
iy friends to take care of my interests
R. J. MOULTRIE.
I hereby announce myself a candi'
ate for the office of Supervisor of
Mgefield county, and pledge myself to
bide the result of i;he primary elec
J. H. REEL.
I hereby announce myself as cand?
ate for Supervisor of Edgefield coun
y feeling that my experience in the
last fits me for the important duties
f the office.
A. A. EDMUNDS.
For County Treasurer.
I herewith very respectfully offer
nyself to the voters of Edgefield coun
y for re-election to the office of Treas
rer, in the August primary. I suall
aithfully abide by all rules and regu
ations and decisions of the Democrat
c party. .
J. T. PATTISON.
I hereby announc my candidacy for
lection to the office of Treasurer of
Cdgefield county, subject to the Demo
rarte primary. The support of tho
leople will be gratefully appreciated.
JAS. T. MIMS.
that baby's tiny bones ?gp
5 the cause.
n nourishes baby's
s anc? makes bone.
y?MWi nunn it?tii
%\ Thc Planter's loan::
S : and Savings Bank jj
% ; Augusta, Ca. ; ;
- ? Pays Interest on Deposits, ..
- * Jfr Accounts Solicited. . .
^ LC.H?YNF., CHAS. G. HOWARD\?
- . RESOURCES OVER $1,000,000. ..
EDGEFIELD, S. C., WEMEIDAY, JULY 18, 1908.
?M-11 ll 1 H-Ml l-l M IIWA
THE NATIONAL .BANK OF AUGUSTA, J ;
AUGUSTA, GA. , ,
L. C. HAYNE, CHAS. E. CLAJiK, ..
Surplus & Profits $190,000.03.
The business of our out-of-town friends
'$* receives the same careful attention aa. t.ii nt
.j* of our local depositors. Tho accounts of
?careful conservative peoplesolicited.
We have many useful articles
u our 5 and 10 cent counters.
May & Tompkins.
We always carry complete as
sortment of fresh drugs and give
?special attention to all prescrip
,ions sent us. A share of your
Notice of Election.
Au election for public cottou
weigher for the town of Edgefield
will be held at Edgefield court
bouse, S. C., on Monday, August
3rd, 190S. Polls open at 9 a. m
and close at 4 p. m. All qualified
electors of Edgefield couuty who
market their cotton at Edgefield
will be allowed to vote.
W E Turner,
W G Wells.
County Board Commissioners, E
One (1) vacancy in the State
Scholarships in the South Caro
lina ivftlitary Academy, to be
filled by competitive examination,
exists in Edgefield couuty.
Application blanks may be ob
tained by applyiug to the County
Superintendent of Education, or
to the Superintendent, Citadel,
Charleston, S. C.
These applications carefully
filled out must be received by the
Superiutandent at the Citadel by
August 1st, 1908.
T/MMO/VS & CORLEY,
Appointments at Trenton
Crown i nd Bridge Work a Special
but the thing that will takfyouH
being sold at.
For the Summer Monti
Ladies', Misses' i
White Waist Goods cc
Have you tried our 15 and 25
euts parched coffee.
Nothing equals Argo Salmon
or the price
Delightful lye hominy in cans.
Best green coffee iu, town 2
iounds for 25 cents.
Nothing better than Wbrte
^ove Aud Swift's Premium Hams.
Very large assortment of fine
shewing and smoking tobacco.
Try our Lord Casper Cigars.
Improved Fruit Jars and extra
Best Toilet soaps and toilet
Try our Sun-Proof Paints, all
We would be glad ^ for the
housewives to see our large^stock
of Crockery. We have plain and
decorated wa/e. and can supply
the needs of every home.
Ramsey & Jones.
When you need a bugg}* try a
Rock Hill, or Hackney, or Colum
bus, or av Tyson and Jones. No
stronger line of buggies can be
lound in this section. sLarge as*
sortment to select from.
Ramsey & Jones.
I t Can't Be Beat.
Tho best of all teachers if,ex
perience. C M Harden, of Silver
City. North Carolina, says: "I
find Electric Bitters does ali that's
claimed for it. For stomach, liver
and kidney troubles it can't be
beat. I have tried it and -find it a.
.most excellent medicine." Mr.
Harden is right; it's the 'best of
all medicines also for weakness,
lame back and all run? down con
ditions. Best too for chills and
malaria. Sold under guarantee, at
W E Lynch & Co., Penn & Hol
stein, successors to G L Penn &
Son, drug stores. 50c.
oking over the Summer Fabrics
auty will certainly surprise you,
breath away, is the price they're
--sr- rfl&ft f*?jr
is offered in Gents',
?ming in each week.