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J, Ii. M IMS, - - - EDITOR
ONE. YEA?? il 50
SIX MONTHS .75
WEDNESDAY, SEPT 30, 1908.
Some temptations come to the 1
- industrious, but all temptations ?
^ attack the idle^-SPURGEON.^J
.Hearst and Roosevelt would
have the public believe that Has
kell should commence with au R.
The South Carolina Methodist
Conference will be held this yeai
jn Laurens, commencing Novem
ber 24th> and the State Baptist
convention will meet in Union on
Charleston has aa ordinance
prohibiting gambling devicei
known as slot machines. La6i
week several raids were made anc
as A result nine elot machin?e
were seized. Next in order shoulc
be the apprehension of the ninet]
and nine blind tigers that infes
With the State Fair on Octo
ber' 26th to 30lh, the Georgia
Carolina Fair November 2nd t<
7th, Charleston Gala Wee!
November 16th to 21et, and couu
ty fairs and circuses in beiweei
these attractions, the. people o
South Carolina should not Jacl
fori diversion or opportunity b
spend their pooket change.
It is stated that John Tempi?
Graves weighs only SS pounds
And the Elberton Star adds tha
most of this is wind.-AudersQ:
Accordiug to the foregoings Mi
Graves would be more apt t
achieve greatness-in, developiu
aerial navigation, along wit
Orville Wright and, others tha
as a candidato, for the vice-pres:
denoy on \h? Independence ticke
In a speech at Roanoke lai
week Booker Washington, urge
the negroes to "remain> in tt
country aud till the soil for
living." This ?B good advice 1
the colored' people. Jails, pen
tertiaries and chain gb uga g<
their recruits chiefly from tl
vagrant class of negroes who In
fin and around the towna an
The.: Advertiser's prediction*
thatJ governor Ansel, uulike tl
governor of Kentucky, will pro^
to be a match for the outlaws i
this state who call them8elv<
"night riders." Sou-fch Carolina
chief .executive, is a man of fe
wore7 J bu^t-. afc the proper time 1
acts with firmness and determini
tion. Io the Buppre ssion of th
"night riders," every true Soul
>Carolinian will Btaod by Goverr
"3S[ew8 has been received in Ar
derson that Mr. J. A. Hoyt c
Columbia will be a candidate fe
the.position of clerk of the nex
house of representatives. A bette
selection could not be made fo
Mr^Hoyt is thoroughly efficien
and is a moat affable, courteou
gentleman. His many friends ii
Anderson and throughout th
state would be delighted to se
him elected."-Anderson Dail'
The Advertiser rises to secon?
Mr.-Hoyt's.nomination. There i
not a. man in the state who cai
$.11 the position of clerk of thi
House more efficiently or mon
acoeptably^tban James- A. Hoyt.
"With the selling- of cotton and
the increase ot spending money,
there seems to be an increased de
sire to patronize the dispensary,
and the result is what we had on
the ; streets last Saturday. We
would suggest that au extra police
man or two be added to the force,
especially on Saturday. A man
?an fill only one space at one
time, and for that reason it is im
possible for the present force to
keep up with all the disorder, and
an ounce of prevention is still
worth a pound of cure."-Branch
ville Journal. -
The best solution of this mat
ter is to abolish the dispensary.
Then, instead of increasing the
police forc9, it can be reduced ;
that has been Edgefield's experi
"Night Riders" Condemned.
"Night riders" have posted no
tices on several ginn erie* in
Greenville county warnieg the
propriotors not to operate their
plants uutil the price of cotton
advances to twelve centg, making
the threat that if the notices are
not heeded the ginneries will be j
destroyed by fire. In other parts
of the south similar threats h^ve
been made. This is all wrong, and
Will not be coantenanced by a
The price of cotton can never
be advanced through lawles8uo3B,
even though it be concerted acci?n.
The members of the Farmers
Union deprecate the action of
these so-called "night riders." The
TJuiou is doing its utmost to ad
vance the price of the staple but
is doing it iu a legitimate way,
and prominent members of the
organization have very properly
taken a firm stand against the
course adopted ny the "night
riders" in their attempt to in
timidate the owners of gins.
Governor Ansel has also stated
that he will leave nothing undone
to bring these flagrant violators of
law to justice. Let it be published
to the world that the rights ot
the individual citizen can not be
trampled upon iu South Carolina
by au organized mob with im
FARMERS' MASS MEETING.!
Mr. E. J. Norris Employed to j
Buy Cotton by a Committee
Representing the Farmers.
In response to the call of Mr.
T. P. Morgan a large number of
representative farmers and many
of the business men of our town
gathered iu the court house Sat
urday morning to discuss matters
pertaining to the weighing of cot
ton at Edgefield.
The meeting was organized by
the election ot Mr. P. W. Cheat
bam chairman and. Mr. S. B.
Nicholson 6ecretaiy. As bas beeu
stated before,, the law providing
for the election of cotton weigher
at Edgefield was practically re
pealed at the last seusion of the
legitlatu.re. Soon, afierthe meeting
was called tr> order, Hon. B. B
Nicholson, who IB a member ol
Edgefield'B delegation to the Gen
eral Assembly, explained in de
tail and at length how the repeal
of the law came about. Stated
briefly, it occurred aa follows:
Several years ago a law was en
acted providing for the sleetier
of cotton weigher iu some of the
counties of l be state, but did aol
include Edgefield aud about ?
dozen other countiee. Later thii
law was repealed and auather en
acted which included Edgefield
but did not include Lexington
At the last session of the legisla
ture the Lexington delegation de
sired to have their county iu
eluded in tho cotton weigher's ac
but instead of ameudiug the ex
isting law, the old law, which dk
uot include JSdgetield, was re
enacted, making no provision fo
the election of cotton weigher ii
this and possibly a dozen othe
counties. Thus it is seen that in
advertently Edgefield was takei
from under the cotton weigher'
The caption of the bill intrc
duced! by the Lexington delegs
tion indicated that it was a!
together a local measure, relatin
only to the people of Lexiugto
; standing how this confusion arosi
no one blames or censures an
member of the Edgefield delegi
tion for the action of the legisla
However, ss Mr. Nicholso:
stated, the condition that exist
in Edgefield as to weighing cottoi
did not arise from a repeal of th
w law, bat was made possible by ;
change in the law several year
ago allowing cotton stored inpub
,iic warehouses to be weighed b;
;the warehouse-men instead of bj
tire public cotton weigher. And
primarily, the meeting was calle(
to discuss this phase of the eitua
tion, and to effect a change i
After Mr. Nicholson hac
satisfactorily explained th<
change iu the law, Mr. R A Coch
ran offered the following resolu
tion : Be it resolved:
1st. It is the sense of the far
mers who market their cotton at
Edgefield, iu convention assem
bled, that the cotton buyers and
warehouse-men at Edgefield, have
the elected Cotton Weigher weigh
all cotton sold to or stoked with
them. Provided tba!; the cottou
stored Se weighed by the cotton
weigher at the warehouse.
2ud. That a committee of throe
be appointed by the chairman to
confer with the- cotton buyers
and warehouse-men at Edgefield
at once, and ascertain whether
they will comply with the fore
Mr. W W Adam?J, representing
W W Adams & Co., and Mr. A E
Padgett, representing the Edge
field Mercantile Compauy, made
statements at length setting forth
their reasons lor having the cot
ton they purchased weighed at
their warehouses. Both of these
gentlemen stated that they raised
no objection to. Mr. Morgan as
weigher, being personally his
friend, but that cotton on the pub
lic platform was exposed to the
hot sun and raio,.also liable to be
burned. JTur therm ore, they fre
quently eould not sell the cot
ton ^ i uara ed iat ely after purchas
ing it^nd the raiiioad objected to
having it remain on the platform,
even if there were room ; where
as, with the cotton in their ware
houses- they could sell at their
The resolutions were discussed
; by J Wm. Thurmond, Esq., Mr.
K A Cochran, O Shepi ?ard, Esq ,
At Mr. Sheppard's suggestion
the foregoing resolution was
amended by adding tire sentence
providing for the public weigher
to weigh the cottou at tho ware
house that was stored.
The resolution was adopted by
a rising vote, and the chairmuu
appointed Hon. B E Nicholsou,
\V R Swearingeu and W F Vance
as a committee to confer with the
cotton buyers. Pindiug the buy
ers unwilling to comply with tb?
terms of the r?solu*.iou for thH
reasons above stated, the commit
tee coufprred with many of the
merchants aud business men con
cerning employing a buyer to
work for a salary r the cotton he
purchases lo be weighed by the
public weigher. In thia the com
mittee met with hearty support
and co-operation. The farmers,
through their?committee, have en
gaged Mr'. E J Norris to buy cot
tou on the Edgefield market, pay
ing thr-e/or the highest market
price. No profit ia to be made on
the cotton, his salary of $100 per
month being paid by the Edge
field merchants and professional
men. A committee consisting of
B E Nicholson, J R Strother and
W R Swearing, waa appoiuted
to co-operate with Mr. Norris aud
Ito inspect his books at the end of
After thus making provision
for a cotton buyer at Edgefield,
whose cotton is to be weighed by
Mr. T. P. Morgan, the public
cotton weigher, the meeting ad
Beautiful Life Brought to a
After several years of declining
health, and more recently, some
mouths of great suffering, Mrs.
Martha Gray passed away at her
home in Trenton early Sunday
night. Her remains were laid to
rest in tho family square in the
Edgefield cemetery on Tuesday
morning, Dr. C. E. Burts offi
ciating at the fuueral.
Mrs. Gray was the widow of tte
I late Henry Gray, and before her
marriage she was Miss Martha
Bryan. Mrs. Boper, now a resi
dent of Rock Hill, her only sur
viving sister, was with ber in bei
last illness. Mrs. Gray's twc
children, a son aud daughter, pre'
ceded her to tbeir eternal Lome
Death claimed ber son whet
about ten years of age, and hej
daughter, Mrs. A. H. S. Day, diet
several years ago. Mrs. Gray'i
grandson, Mr. A. H. Day, tht
cashier or the Bank of Trentou
lived wild her and was tenderly
devoted to her duriug h^r loni
This consecrated Christian wo
man has been taken, to te seei
|no more upon ehrth by her friend
and \oved ones^but her sweet
beneficent influence et ill lives t<
bless other i. Forgetful of ??lf, slv
hved for those who were nearum
dear ta her. God's plan in the lif
of thie good woman having beei
periectf.d ou earth, she has bed
Concerning the Edgrfield Mani
* factoring Company's Affairs.
The Advertiser's representativ
interviewed A. S. Tompkins, E.*q
one of the receivers of the Edgt
field Manufacturing Com pan;
several days ago concerning tr
status of the company's affair
and learned, ID substance, tt
Owing to tho high price of ra
material a year ago, and th
steady decline in cotton good
-?irvtio'7-u UTZ-1?-iivrr IL vfoutm
[quite a large Bum. For son
mouths a- large portion of il
manufactured product has bee
carried in its warehouse here an
with commission men in Ne
York, being unable, on account c
the panic and the general depret
sion that has prevailed through
ont the country, to couvert it int
cash at profitable prices.
At a meeting of the stockholder
and directors early in August, i
was decided to double the capita
stock and enlarge the mill, hopin]
thereby to put it on a payiug basif
but owing to the demoralized cou
dition of cotton mills all over th<
country it was impossible to sel
the stock. This plan having failed
it seems that the only alternate
for the protection of the crediton
was to place the property into tht
hands of the receivers to be dis
posed of by the court.
Mr. Tompkins was of course
unable to state when the mill wilj
resume operation. It may be sold
or its affairs may be adjusted
without a formal salo being or
dered. The oil mill has also closed
down and will probably not be
io operation again this season,
The ginnery will continua to run
for the convenience of the public.
Before closing down, the oil
mill crushed a sufficient quantity
of seed to dupply the local de
maud for meal and hulls. The re
ceivers have had a great number
of letters asking for prices on
meal and hulls, but they have de
clined to sell either in large quan
tities, preferring to bold and sell
as slock feed for the convenience
of the people who have beeu regu
lar patrons of the mill. Mr. John
R. Tompkins, the faithful and
efficient cashier of the company,
has been retained and is at his
post to serve the public ss hereto
The company has about 7,000
gallons of oil on hand, and $25,000
worth of meal, hulls, cloth, e'c,
besides the same amount of cloth
in New York, all of which will be
converted into cash as market
conditions warrant. Last week
shipments of cloth were made to
Indiana aDd California.
Mr. Tompkins exnressed the
opinion that tin mill aud the
product on hand will RP 11 foi
enough lo pnv off tho or?rlifo*s,
but the stockholder J will lc?e
It is genenlly rjgr"lted in
Edgefield that 'he com pin y he
cam? financially Hmh*rr?!?Pad, mid
it is hnp^d that a satisfactory ad
juetniDiit of its affairs may he ar
ranged nt an early day in order
that operation may bn resumed.
They Take The Kinks Out.
"I have ueed Dr King's Nsw
Life Pills for roany y?*arp, with
increasing satisfaction. Th ?- Nke
the kinks ou', of p|om?eh, liver
and howelp, without fuss or fric
tion," says N II Brown, of Pitis
field, Vt. Guaranteed -aris'nctorv
at VV E Lynch tt Co., p?nr. &
Holstein, successors to G L Penn
& SOQ drug stores. 25c.
Petit Jury, October Court.
Warren McDauiel, A Al NICIL
ersou, J D Mathis, Walter Ste
vena, J S Stillwell, J W Hardy, E
C Dorn, J L Gilchrist, C A Long,
J E Morgan, Bonis C?oteiou, T B
Gilchrist, Buller Saldier, li B
Joues, J WS Morffcu. E H White.
C H K>y. P B Thomas, Walter W
Wise, A R Nicholson, C E Ma),
E M Holmes, E W Thurmond.
D C Busaev, W L Duuovant, 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, ? E Sawyer, W S Adame.
Petit Jury, Second Week.
W E Freeland, W J Hatcher,
W H Turner, F M W arren, C L
Wid?mm, PR Wate?, J B Tim
merman (Plum Branch), T M
Dorn, W K Gilchrist, ?V T Reese,
S A Bruoeon, G W Johnson, A G
OUZ?P, Wilbur Yoi.ce, Luther B
Lott, A L Owdcm, R H Nichol
son, George Whatley, J L McKin
uie, J R Boddie, T C Mathis, J
M Sweariugen, T M Hammond, T
J Callaham, J R Hammond, V E
Edwarde, D B Watee, W B
Crouch, W H Boulware, H V\
Fouche, D D Bruusou, D D Bruu
SOD, Jr., W E Moyer, J W Rob
ertson, T W Lott, E M Whatley.
Trenton High School.
The session of 1908-09 of tba
Trenton High echool opened Wed
nesday last with an enrollment of
sixty pupile, with^quiti a number
to attend later. The Trenton
ssbool it5 oue of the foremost
schools of the kind in tho county.
Prof. G. F. Loug. who for thor
ough, conscientious work is un
surpassed as a teacher, is princi
pal and his assistants are M?SE
Easterliugof Tatum, S. C.. and
Miss May Harrison of Treutoo
Siuce last session a mueic room
has been added, aud Mies Rutt
Cooner, of Bateshurg, has chargf
of the music department. Trruipr
has baiter educational advantage.
than most towns of its size.
Resolutions Upon the Death oi
Mrs. Mamie Thurmoad.
Whrreu'? our * file lent I' usurer
N'rs. M aili.*' Tbi.rmoud. was re
m o v.- d from ?>or linnet I?/ deatt
ou Au gu a t 17ih, 1008, ned'wli?l.
m-ikii ^ i? o profeFFion "f religion
our deceased e.sr r wa? eve.- rond;
to lake un ne'.ive part in au- .rori
for tn* ri?vttuoeiu JUC ul reiigioi
or for tbe upbuilding of th
chu'rcii ; and wheteaa she was on
of our oldest members in year
of service and in zeal and devo
tion to the objects to which ou
society is pledged, and ever hopG
ful, cheerful and loyal to tbi
society as well as to her friend
and loved ones. Therefore be i
let. We bow in bumble sub
dreary some day -we will undei
2ud. That we offer our hearl
felt sympathy to the bereave
husband aud ever pray that th
Divine spirit may heal hi
wounded heart and point him t
that better part that shall not b
taken away from him.
3rd. That a blank page in ou
minute book be dedicated and in
scribed to our sister's memory
and that a copy of these r?solu
tiona be given to the family o
the deceased and also a copy fur
nished the county papers for pub
Morgana Missionary Society.
DO YOU GET ?P
WITH A LAME BACK?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Aimost everybody who reads the news
papers is sure to know of the wonderful
cures made by Dr.
j Kilmer's SwamD-Root,
the great kidney, liver
? and bladder remedy,
f M It is the great rnedi
5*Tj cal triumph of the nine
j.k teenth century; dis
to || covered after years of
l'(J|l scientific reswrch by
Dr. Kilmer, the emi
nent kidney and blad
der specialist, and is
wonderfully successful in promptly curing
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou
bles and Bright's Disease, which is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is net rec
ommended for everything but if you have kid
ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found
just the remedy you need. It has been tested
in so many ways, in hospital work, in private
practice, among the helpless t->o poor to pur.
chase relief and has proved so successful In
every case that a special arrangement has
been made by which all readers of this paper
who have not already tried it, may have a
sample boltle sent free by mail, also a bool;
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
find out i?'you have kidney or bladder trouble.
Whe.i writing mention reading this generous
offer in this paper and f^jtl,.
send your address torfJ?i???
Dr. Kilmer St Co.,Bing-j
hanron, N. Y. The
regular fifty cent and nonwof swamp-Root,
ioilar Z?Z?S arc s-r'd by all good druggists.
Don't make any mistake, but
n-Dieruber tho naniP, Swamp
Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
and the address, Binghamton. N.
Y., on e"ery bottle.
Spectacles made up to FUII your
particular ne^-d at lowest possible
Geo . F. M im?,
Edenfield, S C
We would be glad tor thu
housewives to eeo our largo stock
of tl rock-ry. We have ul a i ri and
dec vated war?. and can supply
the needs of every homo.
Ramsey & Joue*.
We j)-?1 glad to mimnnoe to our
pal ron o th?? n now supply
th? rn wi?h fi g m demijohn
GI- nu Springs w r for $1.75.
SD ssors to
G. L. 'enu ? SOD.
Mite Box Opening.
The members of tbe Woman's
Missionary Society of Ebenezer
church gave a delightful enter
tainment on Friday afternoon
Isa!, und tbe president of the so
ciety has st.nt us the following ac
count of the occasion:
Tbe Woman's Missionary So
ciety of Trenton had a Mite Box|
opening at Mrs. J. C. hong's on
Friday last from fourto? o'clock.
There was a eborc program of '
mus'c and recitations.
A piauo solo by Miss Host va
Chinese Conversation by four
young' ladies, Misses Jeunie Pat
tison, Earline Allen, May Roper
and Florence Peakv
Piano solo by Miss May Willis
Vocal Bolo by M?SB Ruin Coon
The boxes were then opened
and the amount realized was thir
teen dollars and fifty cents. Ice
cream and cake were served free.
There_ were about about thirty
people present. The occasiou was
exceedingly pleasant aud profita
I Association Committees.
At the recent meeting of the
Edgefield Baptist Association the
moderator, Mr. Orlando Sheppard
announced the following standing
committees that are to report ai
th? association next year:
Srate Missions: L B White, I
S Tompkins, D E Lanham anc
j J F Payne.
Home Missions: G H Burton
FNK Bailey, R A Wash, and 1
Foreign Missions: P P Blalock
I.T G Talbert, W B Cogburn, am
C C Fulj?r.
Orphanage: J E Johnston, J 1
Crafton, J C Long, and T E Byrd
Temperance: C E Burts, PI
?Bussey, W H Nixon, and H V
Education: Cleveland Callisor.
J M Re?l, Calhoun Mays, J I
Periodicals: J L Mims, C ]
Quarles, F P Rush aud W ]
Bible and Colportage Work:
B Laoham, E G Morgan, Sr., Cbai
C Jones and P W Cheetham.
Woman's Work: JTLitilejohi
?SB Mays, J JJ Hughey and B
.Aged Ministers : W D Hollam
B B Jones, W Lee Johnston an
J Rausom Timmerman.
May we have the pleasn
new in Suits foi
"Home of <
To The Planters
There seems to bea i
of the planters to ho)
tr prices and we taki
them our Warehouse
will store and insure
cents per bale, per m
advances on same.
We have just rece:
'.Which ureas good as
the most", which we w
to the wagon using pu
We would also state,
cotton-seed, at our Wai
ways find Billie Lott or
C?ivc us a call, and if
will be no fault of ours.
WHAT THE KIDNEYS DO.
Their Unceasing ork Ki jp i
Us Strong and Healthy.
All the blood in the body passes
through the kidneys once every three
minutes. The kidneys filter the blood.
They work night and day. When health
ily they remove about 500 grains of im
pure matter daily, when unhealthy
some part of this impure matte? is left
in the blood. This brings on ma* r dis
eases and systems-pain in the back,
headache, nervousness, hot, dry skin,
rheumatism, gout, gravel, disorders of
the eyesight and hearing, dizziness, ir
regular heart, debility, drowsinesss,
dropsy, deposits in the urine,*etc. But
if you keep the filters right you will
have no trouble with your Kidneys.
. Walter Dorn, Cedar Row, Edgefield,
S. C., says: "I used Doan's Icidney
plls and consider them a fine remedy
for any trouble arising from the kid
neys. I was a victim of kidney com
plaint for a considerable length of
time and my back often pained me so
severely that I could hardly do my
work. My kidneys acted too freely and
the secretions were unnatural m ap
pearance. Upon learning of Doan s
kidney pills, I went to Penn & Hol
stein's drug store and bought a box.
Since using them I have been free
from pain in my back and also from
the kidney weakness."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50cts.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New
York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.
Cotton Gin Insurance.
lam ready to insure Gins against |
fire: System gins, steam gins,
gasolene engine pt nf?, water gins,.
hors? gins, ordinary ^ius, old style]
gins. Drop me a ^obtal.
E. J. Norris.
Steelyards and balances.
May & Prescott.
The ladies around to our Fall
Thursday and Friday, October
the 1st and 2nd.
A Paying Iuvostment.
Mr. John White, of 38 High
land Ave., Houlton, Maine, says
"Have been troubled with a cough
every winter and spring. Last
winter I tried many advertised
remedies, but the cough contin
ued until T bought a 50c bottle
of Dr. King's New Discovery ; be
fore I bat was half goue, the cough
was all gone. This winter the
same happy result followed; a
few doses once mort banished the
annual cough. 1 am now convinc
ed tbat Dr. King's New Diecovery
is the bept rf all cough and lung
remedies." Sold under guarantee
at W E Lynch & Co.. Penn <fe
Holstein, successors to G L Peno
& RontB Timmone drug stores.'?Oc
aud $1.00. Trial bottle free.
When you are in
Augusta call at our
store where you'll
moment you cross
In other words, Sir.
If you buy your Fall
Suit here you'll gat sat
isfaction, as well as
Clothes-not an adver
tised, fictitious value.
Suits at $12. $i5, $i8
We've a magnificent line
of Fall Suits artistically
cut and tailored by ex
_, The new colorings in
=- the fabrics are handsome.
ire of showing you what's
' the coining season.
of E?ge?ed County:
disposition on the part
?.1 their cotton forhigh
2 pleasure in offering
facilities, where we
their cotton for thirty
onth and make liberal
ived a car load of
m bn s
the best, and better than;
'ould be pleased to sell
, that we are buyers of
rehouse, and you will al
t the spot.
w e don't do business, it
Successors to J. M. Cobb.
We are ready" for you to inspect our new fall goods.
Don't buy your dry goods and shoes until you have
given us an opportunity to show you through our
We are showing new wool dress goods in black and
colored in all of the newest weaves, and at
Very Low Prices
Come in and see our Soiesette for evening dresses..
This is a new fabric in all of the popular shades. New
Madras,. Outing^, White waistings, Towels, Table lin
ens, cte. Get our prices on them before you purchase;
A complete assortment of Hosiery, Handkerchiefs^
Gents' furnishings, etc.
Try a Puritan Corset for comfort and durability.
There are neme better, and
we guarantee mtTrWionr
and you rai rest assured our prices are
as low as the lowset
The Vehicle That Satisfies
Will -^fce exactly as represented.
-have a construction as nearly perfect, as skill
AlWiiVS " *^ workmen oftbree generations with 'sixty-five
w J 0 years'sexperience can'make them.
-give tnai'set'gfactior and durability which honest
-have that air of perfection in those minor details
which either make or mar &2vehicle.
-ba so built as to insure user of the pleasure, comfort
. and the service/known and experienced only in
the Babcock Vehicle?
'-uphold the Babcock reputation of Tsixty years for
building The Vehicles That Satisfy
TVlll - iff ever enthusiastically described
-give that endless trouble to the users which arises
r^?P VP1* 7 *rom P??r construction
vcr-4pok'an<i Wear like1 thoseTmilt "one ev ry minute'
-lack proper proportions, completeness of Je tails and
-prove excessive in their prices
-disappoint you, they are sold as, you have a right, to
expect them to be, and they are The Vehicles That
H. Hi Cpo?kery,
Augusta, . - - Ga?
Our Fall Goods are coming in now and
we expect to do our share of the fall busi
Dont fall to see our Wool Blank
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Get your Laundry in7 .