Newspaper Page Text
WSDXSSDAY, SEPT. 23, 1908.
Mr. Thomas Bbmar is at home
from Atlanta for a few days.
Read the "Cortipr Store's wel
come to Little Visitors" in this
Mrs. C. H. Key spent last week j
visiting relative? and friends iu I
.Park6ville and vicinity.
Miss Hettie Sheppard hus re
turned after spending the sum
mer months at Caesar's Head.
The frieuds of Mrs. M. N. Hol
stein are pained to know that she
is quite ill at the home of her
daughter Mrs M. A. Taylor.
The October term of court will
conven* on the- secoud Monday.
Judge S. \V. G. -Shipp of Flor
-ence will preside.
Mrs. 0. Sheppard, Jr., is spend
-" g some tim? with RIr. and Mrs-.
j\ 3neppard, Sr., ibetr.re leaving
for her home in Atlanta.
Attention is directed to the
quarterly statement of tha Rank
of Edgefield which is published
ip this issu?.
Mr. T. L. Martiu of Inman.
Spirianburg county, is spending
'some tim*? with his sisters, Mes
dames M. DeLoacb and A. B.
Cotton is coming in rapidly.
Several days ago we counted from
our office window^ forty-odd bales
on the square at one time.
Mr. Alfred Covar, oldest son of
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Covar, who
has heida position with J. B.
-White & Co., of Augusta, came
hom*? Saturday and left.yesterday
to enter the South Carolina Uui
y versify. s
Mr. Sidney Dreher, a young
planter who resides near Lexing
ton, was a visi?or in South Edge
field on Sunday last. His w-si-ts
to Edgefield are more and mon;
frequent, bu' The Advertiser wi ? 1
refrain from telling why.
Mr. J.- J. Griffis cam? down
Tu??dav and arranged with Col
F. N. K. Bailey for his son, James
Fuller Griffi", to attend the S. C.
C. I. during the session that be
gins ou Wednosday next.
We always carry complete as
? sortaient of fresh drugs and give
especial attention to all prescrip
tions sent us. A share of your
Mr. N. M. Jones bas been con
fined to b i B home during the past
week on account of sickness. His
'frieuds greatly miss him from the
store. We are pleased to state that
he will be out agaiu in a few days.
. Miss Maggie Reel hus b^en re
elected Rp. teacher of the Lott
school for next session. This is a
compliment to this very worthy
young lady, being a sui^aulial
endorsement of ber faithful ser
vice rendered during fast session.
We f.re headquarters for School
Books-aud School Suoolies.
' Penn &'Holstein.
Prof,. P. P. Burns, having done
faithful work in the field canvass
ing for the Sonth Carolina Co
Educatinnal Institute since early
in July, has cime in to rest till
the session opens. Every*vacant
place in the dormitory bas been
Normally'a celebrated candies
fresh by empress pverv wppk.
PENN & HOLSTEIN,
.Successors to G L Penn & Son.
Mr. J. M. Bell was in Edgefield
on Monday, having brought some
beef caft'e to wirket. While here
be stated to The Advertiser's
scribe that it is his purpose to
sow a large acreage in oata this
fall. Mr. Bell says his observation
has been that a good oats year al
ways follows a dry summer, con
sequently he pxp^cts to reap a
rich harvest next May.
We solici1" your prescrit, tion
business. 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.
Mr. and Mrs.^ D. B Hollings
worth have er?gag?d Miss Kather
ine McLturiu, of Sumter, toteich
their children in the :ho-u-?. Miss
McLaurin is a memb'r of the
Presbyterian church and is a
highly cultured and talented
young woman. She was educated
in Virginia. Edgefield extends a
cordial welcome to Miss McLau
PRESCRIPTIONS our special
ty. We solicit your Prescript ions,
dav or night.
WE GUARANTEE pure drugs,
accurate compounding, and rea
W E. LYNCH & CO.
. M^fsrs. Penn <fc Holstein, wbo
ure widp-awake and progressive,
have had an excellent quality of
paper, with envelopes to match,
printed for the convenience of the
students of the S. C. C. I. The
paper bas tho "South Carolina
Co-Educat''nnal Institut" beauti
fully printed in the upper corner
and is bound in pads. TOP envel
opes are also beautifully printed
to match"the paper.
Ji ll Coskery, Ivlay & Tomp
kins, J W Peak," E S ' Johnson, J
M Ouzts. J Rub"ns:tfMii,^;cAar?b'tir
Music Ht.Urf, 1 lie City Pressing
Petit Jury, October Court.
Warren McDaniel, A M Nick
ersou, J D Mathis, Walter Ste
vei.8, J S Stillwell, J W Hardy, E
C Dorn, J L Gilchrisr, C A Long,
J E Morgan. Bett is Cauteiou, T B
Gilchrisr, Butler Satch?-r, B B
Jone?. J W Morgan, E H White.
C H E>v. P B Thomas, Waiter W
Wise, A R Nicholson, C ? Ma\,
EM Holmes, E W /fburmond,
? C Busaey, W L Dunov^ut, M B
Moultrie, B A Jordon, J H A Wil
liams, W H Thurmond, D B Hol
lingsworth. J W Miller (Plum
branch), J W Bracknell, W H
Bee, B E Sawyer, W S Adams.
Beautiful New Goods.
Mr. J W Peak announces that
'he large stock which he recently
purchased in New York is all in
ready for inspection. Long years
of i .xuerieence enabled him to
pick up many bargains while
north and heisgiviug his patrons
the benefit of these great values.
He can supply the ueeds of the
ladies, misses, children, meu and
boys. Every ^department is full of
cartfuliy selected, wisely pur
chased merchandise. Call at his
store, inspect the goodi aud see
who very reasonable his prices are.
Missionary Entertainment at
vOn Friday night last the ladies ;
of the missioua-y society of An
tioch gav? a birth day party at
the church. Every one who at1 j
tended carried as many penuies <
xs bey were years old. The ag- i
gregate ages must have been j
1,400 years, as the amount realized i
was $14. Ice cream aud cake
were served free. The social feat- ,
u*e of this very unique entertain
ment was exceedingly pleasant.
Toe young people who attended 1
from Edgefield greatly etjoyed '
the occasiou. '
A Builder of Churches.
Co.ninctor W. S. G. Heath has ,
gained qu-ite a reputation 'as a ,
builder of churches aa w^ll ss
resid^-nc"? ?ev?rai weeks ?go he ?
compieied China Grove church, i
last v.e?-k he ]ookwd after c liing |
and otherwise finishing Pleasant i
Grove, and this week he ba* ?ou?j (
up to build a n?-w house of wor- (
ship for toe C^dnr Spring congn- |
gat ion The foregoing are three \
large churches of the color?d peo
ple, the last named being not a
gr^at distance from the home of \
.Mr. Cook Burkhalter.
Chrysanthemum Growers, At
Tb*> members of the Cbrysan- ?
fcherauoi association, aud all. <
others interested in, the Floral ,
Fair, are requested to meet at the
home of Mrs. V7. B. Cogburn Fri
day afternoon at four o'clock. A4 1
this meetiug the date for holding
the Fair will be decided upon, the ?
list of prizes will be arranged and j
other matter? of importance will j ?
came up for consideration. The .
members of the association cou- i
template entering the Chrysanthe- ]
mum con'ests ar ihe Georgia
Caro'ina Fair which is lo be held '
early in November. P.ans for this
exhibit will be discussed and ar
ranged Friday afternoon. The (
meeting is a very important one }
and should be largely attended.
Ladies, show your interest in this ,
very worthy enterprise by being
Pleasant Meeting of the W. C.
The Woman's Christian Tem- ?<
perance Union met on Monday
afternoon in the Presbyterian
church with a large number in
attendanci. Plans and purposes
were discussed for the-ciraing I
year. Two special departments
were stressed. The finit was the
importance of having every churc!?
iu our county adopt'the u.ofer
meiited wine, so that there will be
no buying of alcoholic wines from
dispensaries or ' blind tigers for
that purpose, nor any encourage
ment to make wine in the home.
Auother department istbat of the
Sunday school, which has as its
aim the encouragement of the
special observance of the temper
ance Sundays and the thorough
teaching of the trmperauce lea
The membership contest is
growing in, enthusiasm, both sides
together reporting about twentv
three new members, with the red
ribbons in-the majority. On re
queet of both sides the contest
will be continued until next meet
ing in October: As soon as the
couttsl clores, the losing side will
entertain all the old memhertf??
active a,ud honorary, as well as air
new ones. The report9 of the con
vention by the members present
were instructive and interesting,
ami in 6ome caeeB, amusing. The
prizi essay contest wa6 discueted
and the county organizations will
try a^ain this moans of making
He-You neem hard of hearing,
aud y? t when I proposed you
seemed to he^r me all righ'.
She-No,-I rf al ly didu't hear
vou, dear; but you looked so
foolish\ th ut I knew what you
meant 1-Yonkers Sta'esmau.
White Pearl and se\era'l other
varieties of Onion Sets, just ro
PENN & HOLSTEIN.
Successors to G L Penn & Son.
For Rent* Two 5 room col tapes
nd b* rooms in another cottage.
Mrs. D. S.DuBoae
Card of Thanks. s
I wish" to tbank tho people of
Edgefie'd comity for the vote they
Ka ve me in the two primaries, ai?
well aa for their kindness and
hospitality extended to me dur
ing the campaign.
.Ino. 0. Herin.
Card of Thanks.
I take this means of thanking
my friends for re-elfctiug me
magistrate of the S'h district. I
will show my appr'ciatiou by
striving harder than ever to per
form my full duty to every person
iu' the district.
A. C. Ouzts."
Harvesting Hay Crop.
Couutv Commissioner-elect JQO.
0. Herin was in Edgefield on
Alouday, and whil<? in conversa
tion witn The Advertiser's repre
sentative 6tated that he has been
riding his mower and rake siuce
the election, harvesting his pea
hay. Mr. Herin is a very success
ful farmer. Besides growing cot
Ion, he has corn, fodder and hay
for market. From his ' own little
patch of eight acres, as Mr. Herin
called it, he will gin seven b?les
of cotton in spite of the drought.
Ready for the Shoppers.
Messrs. May & Tompkins are
now ready for the fall shoppers.
Peores of large cases, boxes and
bales of pretty new merchaudife
have just been opened and dis
played. They are showing fine
dress goods for evening, home or
street wear in all the new weaves
Bt very reasonable pjiccs. This
popular store ia also well lupplied
with siapl. J.ry goodB at sur
prisingly low prices. Messrs. May
fe Tompkins invite you to in
spent their line of shoes. They
guarantee satisfaction. What
nore could be asked of them.
Vir. Hill's Good Example.
The " Advertiser is pleased to
$eud abroad the nows that the
sowing of oats has already com
menced iu some sections of the
30uiity. We have been informed
that Mr. John B. Hill his sown
about fifty bushels and will sow
more later. This is a good exam
ple for his neighbors and fellow
farmers. How many will folio/'
il? The farmer who grows cotton
.o p ty for* western c?m, psp-cial
y al present pricer, will fin! it
irery difficult tn 'make ends
me^t." Sow a large acreage in
rrain. Besides providing ?eed for
he horses and mules, it improves
;he land upon which it is sown.
braded School Opened.
The Edgefield Graded School
.esumed regular work on Mojday.
The attendance was about as
i8ual on the opening dayj proba
bly a larger number. A very
?drong corps of teachers, the equal
af any graded school in any town
)f like size in the Btate, was on
hand to receive and classify the
pupils. The differeut grades will
be taught as follows: 1st grade,
Mise Jeouio Pattison; 2nd and
3rd grades. Mies Hortense Pad
gett ; 4tb and 6th gradep, Miss
Trace Tompkins; 5th grade, Mrs.
Bailie Greneker; 7th and inter
mediate gradep, Miss Minnie
The Cerner Store's Welcome to
Little Visitors." -
If the Stork bhould leave a lit
:Ie visitor in any home iu this
town cr county of Edgrfield this
mouth (September), the Corner
Store will be pleased to have the
ioupon filled in aud returned to
as, so we can send the little visi
tor a token of welcome:
To The Corner Store:
"Good gracious! Look 1 What
san be the matter? There--across
the strootv What is it that is toss
ing that woman about, from ?ide
to side in euch a violent man
"Possibly she is Irying to hold
Very large ?tock of trunks, suit
cases and traveling bags. Let us
supply your needs. Our prices are
RAMSEY & JONES
Steelyards and balances.
May & Prescott.
For Rent: A seven-room resi
dence. Apply to
J. L. Mitns.
This is the trade-mark of
and is on every bottle of it sold
in the world-which amounts
to several millions yearly.
W/ry-Because it has made
so many sickly children
strong and well-given
health and rosy cheeks to so
many pale, anaemic girls and
restored to health so many
thousands in the first stages
Send this advertisement, together with
name of paper in which it appears,
your address and four cents to cover
postage, and wc will send yu a
"Complete. Handy Atlas of the wOrld.1*
SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pearl St., N.Y.
The Edgefield Hotel.
Mr. duri M rp. A?a. G. Broad
water have leased the larg?1 bot?1
on tho corner from Messrs. L. B.
-ind N. M. Jones and will open
ou Octobsr the 1st for regular aud
transient ooarders. It is their pur
nose to conduct a first-class hotel,
doing their utroosi at all times to
give, entire satisfaction to their
po.trous. Mr. Broadwater will call
his hostelry the Edgefield Hotel.
Tent Meeting at Parksvilie.
Evangelist P. B. Kiuard pitched
bis tent at Parksvilie 'ant week
and is conducting a series of
rn-ie tings in that growing litt To
town. So far . as wa are informed,
Rev. Mr. Kiuard is ' conducting
fie meeting alone. This possibly
indicates that the people of
Parksviile and vicinity ari a good
people, and that he can handle
the situation uuaided, but when
he comes to Edgefield aud John
ston he secures aid, the ablest lhat
he can find.
Attending Dental College.
Not meeting with the encour
agement that he expected from
.the large machiue shops of Atlau
ta, Bine* reachiug that city Mr.
Percy B Trd has decided to take
up dentistry as his life work. He
bas already entered the Atlanta*"
Dental College and will jjrees for
ward until he ?eceives his diplo
ma at the end of a three-years'
course. Percy is ambitious, en
ergetic, talented, and back of it all
is a high Christian character. A
young man who possesses these
prerequisites of success is 'certain
to reach the top round of the lad
der. Mark you, this is The Adver
tiser's prediction as to Percy
Byrd's future. .
Seriously Injured by Bull.
On Saturday morning last I
"Uncle" John Simmons, a colored
man who resides near Mr. John
Hill's, was attacked by a Jersey
bull. The vicious animal made
five ugly wounds upon the body
and limbs of his victim. Som1
idea ot tb* extent of the injury
can be gained from the statemeut.
that the attending phvsiciaus
found it necessary to take fifty-odd
sti'ches in dressing the wound*.
"Uncle" J)hn wuukl ppobub'y
have b*eu killed outright had th"
bull not-been tie I tn a stake. John
Sj ellmoos is a hard-working, law
abiding color? -d mau who bas a
great many 'friends 'among 1 b?
wh.te people as well KH am mg
his own race; and his misfortune
has been very generally regretted.
Mr. Morgan Calls Meeting of
To the Farmers who Markpt
their Cotton at Edgefield Court
House: You having reposed in
rae confidence, and honored me
by electing me to the office- of
Cotton Weigher, at Edgefield
court house, I feel it my
duty to give you this ^forma
tion. I have boen advised that at
the last session of roe'General
Assembly the law p riding for
a Cotton Weigher a ?dgefield
was repealed. The buy? at Edge
field have bad rae to ;gh only
21 bales of cotton for 3m up to
this date, September 1; ?. Aa I
understand ??tbere is no law
compelling thom to have me
weigh their cotton.
I now call DH many of^you as
can to meet me in the court house
at Edgefie ld, on Saturday,, Sep
tember 26th, at ll o'clock, a. m.,
to decide what course to pursue
in the premises'.
T. P. Morgan.
Officers Elected for Ensuing
At a meeting nf the Edgefield
chapter United Daughters of the
Confederacy hold on Saturday af
ternoon last at the home of Mrs.
Julian D. Holstein the following
officers were elected to serve for
the ensuing year: Mrs. N. G.
Evans, president; Mr3. T.. P. Bur
:4esp, vice president ; Mrs. J. D
Holstein, recording secretary;
\frs. H. A. Smith, corresponding
ipcrotary; Mrs. C. A. Griffiu,
treasurer; Mrs. Eleanor Bailey,
historian; Mrs. W. P. Calhouo.
registrar Iustead of meeting on
'he 19th of each mooth, as for
merly, the chapter will hold its
regular meetings on the third Sat
urday ki each month. Mrs. Bett is
Cabtelou and Mrs. W. P. Cal
houn weieelected delegates lo the
national convention which is soon
'o meet in Atlanta.
The next meeting of tho Edge
field chapter will be held at the
home of Mrs. Bettis Cantelou.
Georgia Seed Rve.
May & Prepcott.
9 pounds of seda for 25 cents.
May & Prescott
Large fat 1G oz. mackerel 10c.
May & Prescott.
Del ici us fish roe.
May & Pre cott.
When you need a buggy try a
clock Hill, or Hackney, or Colum
ms, or a Ty sou and Jones. Nr
.trouger line of . buggk-s can be
lound io this secliou. Large as
sortment to select from.
Ramsey & Jones.
are eminently pi
Colors ibm $2.0(
It's to your bes
School hose a
v/hen you read i
at other stores ?
Yet when you se
These Hose ai
the quality is th
hind them the C
They are sold
other hose. Wj
wish to impress
That's the poi
We have a fey
Watch for our
Wanted: To purcliese- three
good m il cb cows, fresh to pail;
must be three-gallon cowe. I am
airo iu the market for some shoats.
F. N. K. Bailey.
Fresh shipment of Harris Lithia
Water $1.50 for 5 gallons ; Glenn ! i
Springs Water$1.75 for 5 gallons, jj
We have just received a 'arfie
assortment of jewelry and silver
ware, in the latest desigjis from
the most up-to-date and roost re
liable manufacturers in the couu
try. We invite you to call aud
inspect these goods.
RAMSEY & JONES
A Sure-enough Knocker.
J, C Goodwin, of Reidsviile, N.
C. says: 1 Buckleu's Arnica Salve
is a sure-enough knocker for ul
cers. A bad one came cn my leg
last summer, bat that wonderful
salve kuocked it out iu a few
round*. Not even a pear remain
ed." Guaranteed for piles, sores,
burns, etc. 25c at W E Lynch &,
Co., Penn & Holstein, successors
to G L Penu & Son, B Timmous
City Pressing Club.
I respectfully announce to the
ladies and geutlemen of Edgefield
that I have opened a Cleaning,
Pressing and Dyeing business in
our towu, and herewith solicit
their patronage. Our workmen are
first-class m their line. They clean
and press not only gentlemen's
clothing, but also hats and ladies'
skirts and cloaks.
All orders will be attended to
promptly and with great thorough
ness. Absolute satisfaction guar
anteed. Give us your work.
M. Lewis Stevens.
Rear of Gray's Barber Shop.
Full supply of
Fancy and Staple
Let me supply your table.
Ice cold soft drinks al
ways on hand.
Full supply cf Bagging
i- d Ties on hand for the|
Your patronage solicited.
J. Hf. OXJZTS.
will be worn Ly manj
oper. You can find t
t interest to know aL(
115c pair. Nothing very new
it. You, see 25c hose offered
:or 15c and it appears bigger.
!e the hose SIDE BY SIPE it
re fresh from the mill. In fact
ere, the style is there and be
amer Store's guarantee,
closer to actual cost than any
lien we say real 15c hose we
the word REAL,
int to the story.
y pi?ces left, the Lest st
advertisement next we
_ StaXeuieatjarthe. condition.of
ip MfiK Of EDGEpIEItD
located at Edgefield, S. C., at-the close
of business Sept. 11th, 1908.
Loans and Discounts $228,254 591
Overdrafts 668 99
Banking House 4,073 95
Furniture and Fixtures 1,596 98
Other Real Estate , 434 85
Due from Banks and Bankers ' 5,393 80
Currency 1,698 00
Gold 1,042 50
Silver, Nickels and Pennies 831 22
Checks and Cash Items 221 39
Total $244,216 ll
Capital Stock Paid in
Undivided Profits, less Cur
rent Expenses and Taxes
Due to Banks and Bankers
$57,400 00 j
12,695 84 j
STATE OF'SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF EDGEFIELD,
Before me came E. J. MlMS, Cash- j
ier of the above named bank, who, be- ?
ing duly sworn, says that the above
and foregoing statement is a true con
dition of said bank, as shown by the
books of said bank.
E. j. MlMS.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this the 16th of Sept., 19?8. v
B. B. JONES, (L. S.) Not. Pub. S. C.
J. C. SHEPPARD,
JAS. M. COBB,
W. W. ADAMS,
How To Get Stroug.
P J Daly, of 1247 W. Congress
St., Chicago, cells of a way to be
come stroug: He says: "My
mother, who is old and was very
feeble, ie deriving so much bene
fit from Electric fitters, that I
feel it's my duty to tell those who
need a tonic aud strengthening
medicine about it. lu .my moth
er's case a marked gaiu flesh has
resulted, insomnia has-been over
come and she is steadily growing
stronger/' Electric Bitters quick
ly remedy stomach, liver and kid
ney complaints. ?Sold under guar
antee at NV E Lynch & Co., tenn j
& Holstein, successors to G L|
Penn & ?on, B Timmons drug
Have you tried our 15 and 25
cents parched coffee.
Nothing equals Argo Salmon
for the pnce
Delightful lye hominy in cms.
? Best green coffee iu. town 2
j pounds for 25 cents.
Nothing, better than White
Drve ?lid Swift's Premium Hams.
Very large assortment of flue
chewing and 6mokiug tobacco.
Try our Lord Casper Cigare.
Improved Fruit Jars aud extra
Best Toilet soaps and toile*
Try our Sun-Proof Pniuts, all
. B. Timmons.
r again this season, hence long Gloves
hem at the Comer Store in'the leading
mt it It's to your interest to buy only
High time to purchase early fall Neck fix
ings. Corner Store as usual, is showing a
strong line of new fads, viz: high ruching all
colors, tourist ruching in all colors and white,
the new tassel end string ties. Embroider
ed and plain linen collars, sizes 12 to 13 1-2
Also the new Merry Widow and wire hair
frames, hair brushes, shell pins, fancy combs
We also offer for a few day 3 only, 1.000
yards mill end Sea Island 36 inches wide at
5 c yard.
andard calico at 5c yard.
ek, twill be full of many items at attract
usiness and wish to merit
To our customers and the people of Edgefield county:
I ask that you inspect our large stock of fall merchandise
j^j which surpasses auythiug ever displayrd in Edgefield be
rn fore. While ou my recent visit north, owing to the money
pl panic and the demoralized condition of the manufacturers,
?0 I secured some unprecedented Bargains that I am giving
i?j my customers the benefit of. Come to x)ur store, see the
y^- goods, get our prices, and we are satisfied that you will be
lg) pleased. Ou staple dry goods we are offering some very lew
W prices. We are showing ali of the
S a.ates& .Weaves and Colors.
(Sj io dress goods such as Panama, Poplin, Batiste, Voil, Mo
li : hair, Venition and Broad Cloth-all at surprisingly low
I Beautiful line of shirt waist material. We are offering
.. calicos, homespun, gingham and sea island from 5c up.
'. . Beautiful assortment of Ladies Waists and Ladies Skirts
pi from $1.00 to $3.00. Fine Panama and Broadcloth from
m $3.50 to ?fS.50. Ladies long cloaks from $3.00 to $8.50. Silk
a rain coats $5.00 to $12.50. Full line of men's and children's
coats and Reefers.
We can fit the men in stylish and durable suits from
$4.50 to $15.00. Good values in youth's and boys clothing
jg! from $1.50 to $10.00. Very strong liue of children's clothing
rt at bargain prices. You will make a great mistake if you do
not see our stock of clothing before you buy.
Very strong line of underwear for ladies, misses, mon and
boys, the beet we have offered.
Large stock of stylish hats for men and boys at tempting
Our nhoe department is particularly siroug. Fit your
children with our school shoes. They look well arid wear
well. Ladies fine dress shoes in all ?f the popular leathers.
\ Men's heavy work shoes aud stylish dress shoes. Do not
ail to se?; our stock before supplying'your needs.
P ~ Millinery.
?? Ladies, misses and children's ready-to-wear hats in the
(|4 latest styles and much cheaper than ever. Space will not
permit u . to mention all of our offerings. Come and inspect
^ them that is all we ask.
Two car loads of Brick,
One ear of Lime,
One car of Cement,
One car C. S. Meal and Hulls.
I have also just received 125 dry cell batteries fer Gasoline
I solicit your patronage.