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WEDNESDAY, AUG. 6, 1908.
^Mr. ~L,j ackson^left^i'ues
day for Hot Springs, N. C.
Mrs. W. L. Dunovant is visiting
friends in.Lowndesville, S. C.
Rev. L. D. Gillespie is con
ducting protracted services in
Trenton this week.
Try the new Glenn Springs
Ginger Ale at Penn & Holsteins.
Mrs. J. H. Tillman and little
Miss Helen have returned after
speudinga month in Asheville. .
The prolonged drought has
wrough, great damage to the
lawns and gardens as well as .to
the fiejd crops around Edgefield.
Mr. Percy M Feltham came
down from Greenville ou Friday,
to spend several days with Mrs.
Feltham and little Percy.
Call at J. M. Cobb's every Mon
day morning for especial cut
Misses Bertha Thorpe and
Marie Philips, two very attract
ive young ladies of Aiken, were
guests of Miss Sophie Mims last
week. - j
Mrs. R. A. Cochran was in
Edgefield ou Friday en route to
Lau CH st er r o visit her daughter,
Mrs. Fannie Cochran G-eeu, who \
has been quite sick for several
The good order that prevailed
in Edgefield on Thursday last, the
day of the campaign meeting,
has been quite generally com
"Mrs: John E. Tompkins, sc-j
companied by ber two little ones,
will leave to-day for a prolonged
visit to her parents in Henderson,
Rev. W. T. Hundley has been
spending several days in Edge
field visiting friends. He is now
the beloved pastor of the Baptist
church at Batesburg.
Very large ??tock of trunks, suit
cases and traveling bags. Let us
supply your needs. Our prices are
very reasonable. .
RAMSEY & JONES
? 5tr. L. T. May will leave to
morrow fer Chick Springe, thence
to thc mountains for another
week. The only fault The Adver
tiser finds with Luke's trip is that
he will not take a bride with him.
Mrs. E. S. Johnson j? atHot|
s Springs, N. C., under t
for rheumatism. Her fri
.be very much gratified
that she ie rapidly iopn
If we were assured thal
in .birmingham would int
av /irdapoiB to as mark
as it did that of our 1
yoong friend, Dozier Ll
would forthwith take np our abode
For Rent: Two5-room cottages
* and 3 rooms in another cottage.
Mrs. D. S.DuBose.
/ In less than three weeks the:
candidates will be thinned out to j
a ust?i d." Some will be ^iotori-|
ons while others will go down in
defeat. After the battle of ballots
is over, may the results show that
the ' fittest" amoug the candidates
have survived !
At a meeting of the town conn- J
eil on Friday afternoon the salary
of the marshals was increased
ff.nn $40 to $50 per mouth, the
increase was made because of the
increased cost of livirg and in
recognition . of the "faithful dis
cbarge of the duties devolving
The following gay and happy
young people who reside near
Troy, Greenwood county: Misses
Scilla Rush, Alice Clinkscales,
Nora Clinkscales, Eva Rush,
Brucie Rush and Mr. Foster
Clinkscales, were delightfully en-1
tertained for several days last
week at the home of Mr. and'Mrs.
A. F. Broadwater. They also spent
s day very pleasantly with Miss
Mellie Russell before returning to
their Greenwood borne.
We solicit your prescription
bupihess. Utmost care is exer
cised in compounding prescrip
tions and only pure, fresh drugs
are used. Our prices are very
PENN & HOLSTEIN,
G. L. Penn & Son.
The next session of the S. C. C.
I. promis'8 to be the most pros
perous in its history. President
Bailey will doubtless find it diffi
cult to provide dormitory room
for all of the students who will be
knocking at the doors of this
- splendid institution for admis
\ sion^ Capt. .P. P. Burns secured
nine applicntioi s from now stu
. dents whih making a short tour
of the lower counties last week.
PRESCRIPTIONS our special
ty. We solicit your Prescriptions,
dav or night.
WE GUARANTEE pure drugs,
accurate compounding, and rea
W E. LYNCH & CO.
Mr. Clement K. MctCie, now of
North Augusta, visited his friend
and classmate, Mr. Thomas H.
Rainsford, Jr., last week. Mr. Mc
Kie will return to the South Caro
lina Military Academy at the
opening of the next session. Being
a member of tbe senior class, be
will complete the fait four years'
?ourse next Jane.
Mrs. C. ar Henderson of Wal
terboro, is visiting her daughter
Mrs. T. P. Burgess.
Miss Grace Tompkins is enjoy
ing a northern trip with her broth
er, Mr. D A Tompkins. \
Miss Annie May Strom.and her
brotber of the Mountain Creek
section were visitors in Edgefield
Mr. B. H. M iras has reduced
his prices on photographs for fif
teen days. Better call upon him
Mrs. Speights,ot' Hendersonville
Colleton county, is spending some
time with her daughters, Mrs. E.
H. Folk and Mrs. S. A. Bruneon.
. Prof. and Mrs. J. H. Courtney
were in Edgefield yesterday. Prof.
Courtnay says they have had good
laius below Trenton.
Every day now ie a scorcher,
each succeeding day seeming hot
ter than the one >before. Accor
ding to Mr. J. P. Bates' thermome
ter, the temperature in Edgefield
was 100 degrees at 3:30 on Sun
day afternoon last.
The Corner Store is closing out
50 pairs Misses' Oxfords that sold
for $1,00, $1.25 now on sale at 50.
aud 75 cents a pair. 50 pairs
Ladies' Oxfords No. 1, 2 and 2?
that sold for $2.50 aod $3.50 to go
$2.00 a pair in this sale. <
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Broadwater
left to-day to make a ten days'
visit to the parents of Mrs. Broad
water, who reside in Greenwood
couDty. Our young friend bas
just "laid by" a fine crop and de
serves a season of rest..
Spectacles made up to emt your
particular need at 'lowest possible
Geo . F. Mims,
Edgefield, S C
I Messrs. Wm. and Spann Toney
?came to Edgefield on Monday in
their new automobile. If tbjey come
tbis way very often in their hand
some machine, the automobile
fever will soon "break out" in
Edgefield. It is already rumored
that several of our townspeople
contemplate making parchases at
an early day.
I ' have purchased one of the
latest ' improved machines fer
drilling wells, and solicit the
patronage of the public. Parties
wanting wells should communi
cate with ma at Pleasaut Lane.
W. A. Strom.
Mr. and Mrs. B B Jones gave
a dance in ?the opera house last
evening in compliment to their
fair and very popular young visit
or. Miss Julia Walker, of Beau
fort. The occasion was a very de
light fol one and was thoroughly
Go to. the meeting, hear the speak
ers . and purchase your dinner
from the Horn's Creek ladies, who
never grow weary in well doing.
They will give you the best din
ner you ever had.
When you need a bogg}- 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.
Two wagon loads of young peo
ple, about fourteen couples, went
out to Centre Spring Monday
uigbt and enjoyed a moonlight
picnic. Mrs. B. B. Jones chaper
oned one wagon and Mrs Dr. J.
G. Edwards chaperoned the occu
pants of the other one. Thees gay
young "night riders"-not like
unto Kentucky "night riders"
passed an exceedingly pleasant
Mr. W H Tnrner, the popular
and progressive proprietor of the
Corner Store bas planned to go
to New York on Monday next to
.purchase bis fall stock of mer
chandise. To some' it may seem a
little earlyy but Mr. ^Turnor bas
made many trips to market aud
understands, the advantage of
being on the gronud early and
getting first choice of everything
that ie offered. Yon can bank up
on bis knowing when and bow to
Mr. J R King is uow better pre
pared than ever to repair your
harness and shoes. He has recent
ly purchased an improved Brad
bury m ach i u e for sewing leather,
which do98 very satisfactory work.
Mr. King can repair your harness
or make your shoes as good as
new wiiile you . wait. He can be
found over the Timmons drug
store, and will be glad to serve
yon, guaranteeing satisfaction on
all work done.
Corner Store's Closing Out Sale
Steck taking is over. We find
many odds and ends of Diese
Goods, Masline, Le wu a, Gloves,
Belts, Battons, Laces and Em
broideries that will be Bold at al
most any old price. Come early,
before our buyer leaveB next week
for the Northern markets.
The Corner Store.
She Likee Good 1 biogs.
Mrs. Chas. E Smith, of West
Franklin, ka.ne, says: "I like
good things and bave adopted Dr.
King's New Life Pilleas our fami
ly laxative medicine, b< canse tbey
are good and do their work with
out making a foes about il."
Tbese painlese purifiers sold st W
E Lynch & Co., Penn & Holstein,
snccessors to G L Penn & Son,
drag stores. 25c.
Superintendent of Education W
D Holland informed the writer
that th^ro are sMll two Clemson
scholarships open, aud that be
has requested President Mell to
allow him to hold another exami
nation to fill them.
We have just received a large
a36ortineut of jewelry and silver
ware, in the latest deeigua from
I tho most up-to-date and most re
liable manufacturers in the coun
try. We iuvite you to call^aud
iuspect these goods.
RAMSEY & JONES
Will Confer With Supervisor.
The work of draining the old
quarry will doubtless le under
taken at au early day and pressed
rapidly to completion. At the
meetiug of the town council on
Friday afternoon Mayor C. E.
May aud Mr. B. L. Jones were ap
pointed a committee from tb*
council to confer with Supervi
sor J. R. Blocker concerning put
ting the convicts at work on the
quarry at once.
Mission Barrel Opening.
Tho EdgeSeld Woman's Mission
Society of the Baptist church will
have a barrel opening at the home
of Mrs. A. E. Padgeit, on Tues
day afternoon, August lltb.
Small barrels and boxes have
been distributed to all members,
and the contente will go for for
eign and state missions and the
training pchoo1. Every member is
expected to be prepent. Refresh
ments will be served and a pro
Mr. T. P. M organ Elect ed.
The election for cotton weigher
for the town of Edgefield attract
ed a large number of citizen* on
Monday. There was- considerable
interest in the election, but the
day passed quietly, the best of
order prevailing. The total vote
was 427, being cast as follows:
T P Morgan, 221 ; W L Holstou,
91 ; Bud BryaD, 82, and P H
Hamilton, 33. Mr. Moigau was
declared elected/ The very large
vote which he received is a strong
endorsement of the excellent man
ner in which be has filled this
position during the past year. The
total vote a year .ago was 543, of
which Mr. Morgan received 130.
Outlook Encouraging. ' \
One unmistakable indication
that the people are in excellent
spirits over the crop outlook is the
very large attendance upon the
picnics this summer. Even the
small, neighborhood picnics have|f
beeu attended by very large
crowds of well-dressed people,
both young and old. Very little
evidence of hard times or traces
of the panic can be found auy
whora ?*. T? (\&,_ fio IH
dacy this week for" Congress trom L
the second district. Mr. Smith is j
one of tbs leading citizeus of j
Hampton county and has- been
frequently houored by his people. ?
After serving several years in the
House of Repr?sentatives he was
elected to the senate and is uuw
state senator from Hampton .
county. Mr. Smith is from every
standpoint capable of represent
ing the second district in Con
gress, and if chosen by the peo- 1
pie he will render faithful and
very efficient service.
Will gb to Foreign Field.
Miss Eliza McCullough has j
volunteered her services to the ,
Foreign mission boa~d of the i
Methodist church, and will leave !
in the early fall for the mission- \
arv training school in Kansas to ?
prepare herself for the work. After i
she shall have completed the 1
course at the training school she !
will be assigned to duty in China. ,
This very zealous Christian work- :
er, who has almost from early .
childhood been actively engaged j
in the service of her Master, will
go forth to fill the place made va
cant by the death of the lamented
Miss June Nicholson. Truly,
Edgefield is greatly houored in
having those from our midst re
spond to the Macedonian cry that
comes from the benighted lands
across the seas.
Woman's Missionary Union.
Elsewhere in this issue of The
Advertiser will be found the pro
gram of the Woman's ^Missionary
Union which will meet in its
fourth annual session at Berea
church on Thursday, August
27th. There are thirty one socie
ties in Edgefield association and
it is desired that every one shall
be represented at this meeting.
Please see to it that all apportion
ments are met by that time. The
program will be very interesting
and helpful, and tbe year's work
which follows will be filled with
new inspiration and courage. Let
every society elect delegates at
their next meeting, and urg"
every woman in your sociHties to
attend, as the good women of
Berea are expecting aud prepar
ing for a large crowd. The meet
ing will be only one day and will
adjourn in time for those not liv
ing at too groat a distance to re
turn to their homes the same day
if they desire.
Mrs. J. L. Mirna.
Tornado Insurance, Dwelliugo
E. J. Norris.
We have many useful articles
on our 5 aud 10 cent counters.
May <fe Tompkins.
On account of the holding of
the second primary election on
September 8th, the date , for the
auuual meeting of the Edgefield
Association at Mountain Greek
bae been changed from Septem
ber 8th and 9th to 10th and 11th.
Tell your friends that the asso
ciation will meet on Thursday
aud Friday, September the 10th
Mr. Hart's Special Sale.
In order to closeout his ladies',
boys' and children's low cut
shoes, muslins, lawns, white ma
dras and embroideries, Mr. J E
Hart has inaugurated a special
15 days "al?. During this sale
these goods will be sold at facto
ry cost for cash. When Mr. Hart
says cost you can depend upon
it that ho will offer some very
tempting bargains. You can not
afford to miss this opportunity.
No goods will be charged at cut
Succumbed After Long Illness.
On Friday afternoon last, Mrs.
Idonia Gray Burgess passed away
at the home of hu' mother^ Mrs.
Charles Gray. Her illness extend
ed over a period of two- months.
During this time loved ones min
istered to her every want but to
no avail. Mrs. Burgess was a
member of th?> Baptist church.
The interment was held in the
village cemetery Saturday, morn
ing. Rev. L. D. Gillespie con
ducted the funeral.
An Illustrated Lecture.
A young Japanese, Mr. Kentaro
Shioi, will give a lecture in the 1
opera house on Monday evening i
on the Russo-Japanese War. The ,
lecture will bo illustrated with i
moving pictures and stereopticon 1
views. The pictures were brought j
direct from the battle fields of i
Manchuria, and will prove to be
exceedingly interesting; particu
larly so, as this noted young J apa- ,
nese lecturer will explain every 3
illustration. Mr. Shioi was educa? '
ted in America at William Jewell *
College aud Brown University.
He was in Edgefield about two
vears ago, and lectured in the \
3ollege auditorium. Many of our j
people heard bim with pleasure i
iud profit. The admission charges
sn Monday evening next??ll. be
35 cents for adults and 25 cents (
Tor children. ^
Advertise Your Goods. 1
The other day a local merchant
happened to se9 a farmer with '
some goods that came from a mail
Drder bouse. He noticed also that
:he goods were right in his store
For years. He immediately ap- j
proacbed the farmer and said: ?
"I could have sold you the very <
same article you have there for *
didn't you have them pill ID tfl?
oaper, so we can see what yon
have to offer."
The conversation came to a
Hidden stop.-Cheraw Chronicle.
Every Household in Edgefield
Should Know How to Resist it
The back aches because the kidneys
Help the kidneys with their work.
The back will ache no more.
Lots of proof that Dean's Kidney
Pills do this.
Mrs. J E Stallings, living in Aiken,
S. C., says: "For several years I
suffered more or less from backache
and rheumatism. I used different reme
dies and treatments but did not succeed
in obtaining satisfactory relief until
about two months ago when I procured
a box of Doan's kidney pills. - I used
them according to directions, and can
3ay that nothing ever proved of as
nreat benefit tome. The pain in my
back was^greatly diminished, my kid
neys became strong and that dull, tired
feeling disappeared. I have no hesitan
cy in giving Doan's kidney pills my
recommendation. ' '
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cts.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.,
sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.
For Sore Feet. .
"I have found Buckien's Arni
ca Salve to be the proper thing to
use for sore feet, as well as for
healing burns, sores, cuts, and all
manner of abrasions," writes Mr.
W Stoue, of East Poland, Maine.
Il is a proper thing too for piles.
Try it I Sold under guarantee at
WE Lynch & Co., Penn & Hol
stein, successors to G L Penn &
Son, drug stores. 25c.
We always carry complete as
sortment of fresh drugs and give
especial attention to all prescrip
tions sent us. A share of your
We invite the ladies, to see our
beautiful china closets. Nothing
in the large cities will surpass
Ramsey & Jones.
Master in Equity.
I announce myself a candidate, for
re-election to the office of Master in
Equity of Edgefield county, subject to
the rules of the primary. -
W. F. ROATH.
Consumption it lett d
Certain relief and ui
will result from the folio
Hope, rest, fresh ah
ALL DRUGGISTS: Bl
f f CANDIDAT!
$ I Primary Augrn
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 bf this state.
R. G. RHETT.
I hereby respectfully announce my
self a candidate for re-election to Con
gress from the second congressional
district 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.
rI am a candidate for Congress for
the second congressional district sub
ject to the rules of the Democratic
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for Solicitor of the Eleventh 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.
House of Representatives.
I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for the House of Represen
tatives, pledging myself to abide the
result of the Democratic; primary and
to support the nominees of the same.
S. McG. SIMKINS.
Thanking my friends and fellow
citizens for their past generous con
sideration and soliciting their votes in
the approaching primary, I announce
my candidacy for the House of Rep
sentatives as a member from Edge
field county, subject to all of the
rules and regulations of the Democrat
ic party, and pledge myself to abide
the result of said primary election.
J. R. BLOCKER. !f
I hereby announce myself a candi
late for the House of Representatives
from Edgefield county and pledge my
self to abide the result of theDemo
S. T. WILLIAMS.
I respectfully announce that I am a
candidate for the House of Represen-.
:ative from Edgefield county and
sledge myself to abide by the rules and
regulations of the Democratic party.
M. P. WELLS.
I.hereby announce myself a candi
late for the House of 'Representatives
from Edgefield county, subject to the
niles and regulations of the Democrat
c primary next summer; and I pledge
nyself to abide the result of same.
J. C. MORGAN.
For Clerk of Court,
Thanking the citizens of Edgefield
iounty for the generous support given
ne in the past, I hereby announce my
telf a candidate for re-election to the
>fSce of Clerk of Court, pledging my
lelf that if elected, I will try and be
faithful to the trusts imposed upon
- win ofcido th* resu1^ - J-1
mit or the ' Democratic primary ana
support the nominees of the same.
W. G. OUZTS.
At the "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
mtire time' and natural detective
ibility to the office.
R. T. SCURRY.
I hereby announce myself a candi
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
didate for the office of sheriff of Edge
ield county and pledge myself to abide
:he result of the Democratic primary
md to support the nominees of the
W. R. SW&ARINGEN.
Subject to the Democratic primary,
[ respectfully announce my candidacy
for the office of Supervisor of Edge
field countv, and respectfully ask the
support of my friends and fellow citi
zens. I fear that I shall not be able to
canvass the county, so earnestly beg
my friends to take care of my interests.
R. J. MOULTRIE.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the office of Supervisor of
Edgefield county, and pledge myself to
abide tile result of the primary elec
J. H. REEL.
I hereby announce myself as candi
date for Supervisor of Edgefield coun
ty feeling that my experience in the
past fits me for the important duties
of the office.
A. A. EDMUNDS.
I hereby announce myself a candi
dat? for the office of Supervisor of
Edgefield county and solicit the sup
port of the people, pledging myself
to abide the result of the primary
J. W. CRIM.
For County Treasurer.
I herewith very respectfully offer
myself to the voters of Edgefield coun
ty for re-election to the office of Treas
urer, in the August primary. I shall
faithfully abide by alf rules and regu
lations and decisions of the Democrat
J. T. PATTISON.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
election to the office of Treasurer of
Edgefield county, subject to the Demo
cratic primary. The support of the
people will be gratefully appreciated.
JAS. T. MIMS.
leadly than it used to be. jr
nally complete recovery Q
wing treatment: j?
, _ . ^IAW
Jo. AND $1.00.
y HU IUI-H-1'H H? M ? ri
: : The Planter's Loan [ \
:: and Savings Bank ::
?. Pays Interest on Deposits, . !
. ' Jw Accounts Solicited. . .
? . LC. HAYNF, CHAS. C. HOWARD, : I
.. PBKslDK*!'. CA8hU?*.
. . RESOURCES OVER $1,000,000. ,.
YOI . 73.
EDGEFIELD, S. C., WfCWESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1908.
THE NATIONAL BANK OF A?6?SU ; ?
AUGUSTA. GA. ? ?
L. C. HAYJNE, CHAS. R. CLAgK, ? .
President. ' Ct?bte*? .
CAPITAL $250,000.00. A
Surplus & Profits $190,000*00. %
' Tbe business o? our outrof-ttjwo frtet?o*
' receives thc same cardrul atteiiflon-aj? th*
. of our kcal depositor*. The ac?o?ot? of
. careful conserrative people sol.c?t*A
MX X X HWItllW
- =-rn-; 1 :
I TA ini/ rtr iirtniiinl
The regular commu
nication of Concor-j
dia Lodge No. 50, A.
F. M., will be held
in the lodge room
Friday evening, August 7th, for
the regular dispatch of business
and to confer degrees. All mem
bers are urged to be present.
Visiting brethren in good stand
ing always welcome.
W. W. Ad?mt?, W. M.
J. R. Tompkins, Sec.
WE PAY YOU TO SAVE
fond your sa rices to this ?itrocg, sound, eon
?erratlre Sayings Hank. On request we will temi
Icm FBEE, a supply of om' "Bank Messeng?!
loner Mailers" for the safe transmission of coln or
romner In making bank deposits by mall. You
?ion send small deposits each work, an cl as
rour Barings accumulate will !f>sue yon
(jortlflcatcs of deposit blaring Interest
Ut tba liberal rata of .......
y malu YOU
"AUGUSTA SAVINGS BANK
When placing your Insur
ance give me a call. I rep
resent a very strong line of
Agent for the largest
l^IFK - - -
Insurance Co. I will ap
preciate a stare of y o ur busi
ness. 1 can be found at my
office-Office No. a--over Bank of
James T. Ai I Xi ss
17th Setsion Will B
HANDSOME Brick / Bui
Rooms, Class Rooms, M
Parlors, Offices, Large Ai
Gymnasium, Dining Room,
same roof. Hot and Cold T
Entire building is heated I
dollars have been spent in i
Tue general vercuci is un?
ed development of Characte
In Competitive examinatio
ohs and scholarships, our st
eminently success ful.
Patrons and former Studei
be found in every Southern !
Believing that personal a
pupil is the greatest facto
young, we take only a limite
dents, thereby making it poa
receive the personal attentif
Expenses very reasonable
For application blanks, c
If you do, you can have it by lo
of "Taylor the Tailor". Their be
but the thing that will take your 1
being sold at.
A great number of the most pi
sweeping cut in price, and EVER
PRICE is far above the values yoi
vantage of this genuine sale of up
clothes, and call while the season
For the Summer Mon
White Waist Goods
RUBBER TIRES: I have a
machine for resetting your old
tires or putting on new onee
Best rubber tires carried in stock
All work guaranteed,
W. H. rowell.
Buist's Turnip Soe rt.
We have just received a'fresh
supply of Buiet'e Celebrated Tur
nip seed, Ruta Baga, Golden Bali,
Flat Dutch, Aberdeen Seven Top
Penn & Holstein.
G. L. Penn & Sop.
For Sale: A tract of J 01 acree
of good laud in Elmwood tov?fi
ship; good buildings and good
J. L. ?tofird?n,
Have you tried our 15 'and. 25
cents parched coffee.
Nothing equals Argo Salmon
for the price
Delightful lye hominy in cans.
Best green coffee in town 2
pounds for 25 cents.
Nothing better than White
Dove and Swift's Premium Hamp.
Very large assortment of fine
chewing'and smoking tobacco.
Try our Lord Casper Cigar/;.
Improved Fruit Jars and extra
Best Toilet soaps and toilet
Try our Sun-Proof Paint*, all
B. Tim m OE B.
We would be glad for the
housewives to see our large stock
of Crockery. We have plain and
decorated ware, and can supply
the needs of every home.
Ramsey & Jones.
Iding, containing 52 Bed
usic Rooms, Art Studio,
iditorium. Society Hails,
Kitchen, etc., under the
Vater on every floor. The
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N. K. BAILEY,
EDGEFIELD, S. C
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