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WEDNESDAY, OCT., 7 1908.
Miss Anna Connor of Charles
ton is th<? gu st of M ra. L. D. Gil
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Mrs. S. A Morrall ia visiting hoi
daughter, Mrs. Betti's Canteiou,
ANienHon is directed to the
notic?of,the teacher?* examina
tion in this issue.
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Miss Hattie Lou Brunscu is
boarding with Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Dom and attending the S. 0.
.Chic. Chic Chic.
Mr. D. B. Dorn has bpen in
Edgofield "for eevpral day?, the
liest of bis nephew, Mr. WV H.
Miss May Roper and Mr. Edgar
oper spent Sunday at the home
their uncle, Mr. j. W. Mundy,
ho resides near Ropers.
Hrs. Jarnos U. Rives and Mr?.
. P. Easterliug came np frrm
ifcen to attend the millinery
pening of Messrs Rives Bros.
h Thursday and Friday last.
M4s8 Earline Allen has been
ecttfd teacher of the school near
"r. R. W. Powell's home, three
iles north of Johueton on. the
pug CaDe road. The session be
ins Monday next.
Chic Chic Chic
.Messrs. W. E. LyucL & Co.,
arty a full assortment of ecbool
:ks and aro selling them at
ry reasonable prices. This
pullar store also, has a full stock
paper, tablets, pencils, etc.
We are headquarter!? for school
ppli?n of every description,
oks, copy booka, pens, pencil e,
blets, etc. Let 113 supply your
ds. Prices reasonable.
W. E. Lynch & Co.
Judge DeVore is spending this
??k at home. He presided in
ickens last week, and will hold
ort of Comnaon Pleas in Ander
Soeisette for evening dresses is
e talk of the towu. We have it
o all of the popular shades.
rMay & Tompkins.
Chic Chic Chic.
Miss Carrie Morgan spent yes
erday in Edgefield with her S?K
r, Miss ' Bertha Morgan. Miss
arrie will teach at Wagener, S.
.We have been requested to an
nounce that Dr. C. E. Burts will
preach at Horn's Creek on Sun
day afternoon next at 3: SO o'clock.
The public is cordially invited 'oj
attond the service.
Nunnally's celebrsted candies
fresh by express everv week.
PENN & HOLSTEIN,
Successors to G L Penn & Son.
Miss Hattie Newsom was a WPI
"Otned visitor in Edg"fi,e!d last
During her stay ot five
years.amovg us as a teacher in
tbe graded school, Miss Newsom
made .many friends who greatly
regret ber abs?uce this year.
Beautiful imported decorated
warel You can either buy a com
plete dinuer set or auy single
piece that you n?ed.
Ramsey & Jone?.
Capt. R. B. Cain is spending a
. few days in Edgefield, and is st iii
writing, insurance for the State
Life Insurance Company of In
diana. Capt. Cain has many
/warm friends in our towu and
Chic Chic. Chic
We solicit your prescription
.'bnpitiess. Utmost care is expr
cieed in compounding prescrip
tions and only pure, fresh drugs
are tised. Our pr i CPS are very
PENN & HOLSTEIN,
G. L. Penn & Son.
.Rev.. J. P. Mealiuff, who is
greatly beloved wherever be is
known, eppnt ypsterday in Edge
field as the gupst of Mr. James
T. Mime."On Sunday last Mr.
Mealing celebraied bia sevntv
tbird birthday. His friends are
delighted to see that Jae is enjoy
ing excellent health.^
When Mi*s .Louise Couch re
lumed last wppk to rehurnp her!
work at the b^ad of the music d?
partirent of the S. C. C. I., she
brought her nephew, Mr. G^orgf
Snead, cf Lynchburg, Va., with
her tcrentpr. thp college. A httlo
later ber niece. Miss Lo'i'Fe Snpnrl,
will also become an S. C. C. I.
girl, a place bein? reser^d for
PRESCRIPTIONS our special
ty. We solicit your Prescription*,
dav or night.
WE GUARANTEE pure drugs,
accurate compounding, ?tu? rea
W E. LYNCH &. CO.
The millinery opening of Mee
srs. Rives Bros. on Thursday and
Friday last was a signal success.
They were dpliehted with the very
large nttpndance and with the
punoprooi expressions of admira
tion and commpndation from the
great throng of ladies that crowd
ed their Rtoro both days. Mes
srs. Riyss have made a close study
of tbiri department for years, and
their efforts in this di rf ct ion have
teen abundantly r-wsrded. Toe
larl'PB who aMppded the millinery
opening are lavieh in their praises
of the taste and skill of the M?S
, j Mr. A. J Davis united with the
J Methodist church on Suuday
s morning Jr st by !p*ter from the
church at Ninety Six.
Mrs.Eugenia M:ddielou and he?
daughter, Mrs. H. A. Adams,
ppent Suiiday at the home of Col.
S. JB. Mays.
Mrs. M. E. Barker spent Friday
last in Ed gt-field . Herfrieuds re
gret thnt her visit wau eb short.
We are ready .for the hunters,
with a full .stock of guue, she!LP,
bunting, coat?, leggings, etc.
Ramsey & Jones.
.Mr. ?. 0. Timmermau's gin
gery caught on fire last Thursday
but tho flames wer? extinguished
before very great damage was
Rev John H. Graves filled the
Methodist pulpit on/Sunday morn
ing las!., Rev Mr. ' Graves is the
Methodist pastor at Clemson Col
Let The advertiser-j rib cffioe do
your printing. Satisfaction guar
- Mr. William Brown, another
fiue yoang fellow, who has come
to Edgefield from Red Hill, is
now wielding the yard stick for
Mr. J. E. Hart. Mr. Brown is a
eon of Mr. Thomas Brown.
The handsomest 12-piecn toilet
Fetstv>r shown iu Edgefield.
Ramsey & Jones.
Mr. Orlando. Sheppard, Jr
Bpeut Friday aud Saturday io
Edgefield. He spends much of his
time as traveling repr?sentative
for large manufacturers! cf oil
Dr. J H Carmichael is quite a
skilled taxidermist. Specimens of
his handiwork, a mounted crane
and hawk, can he seen in the win
dows of Messrs. Dorn & Mims.
Miss Emily Walker, the eldest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julian
R. Strother, is boarding with Rev.
and Mrs. R G Sbannonhouse and
is attending ihe S C C I this ses
The very handsome 'tailored
suits and the beautiful millinery
at the Corner Store are being
greatly admired by the Edgefield
ladies. This department is one of
the strongest, as well as one of
tho most gadmired, in this popu
We sri; showing a very hand
pome line of wool dress goods in
all or the popular shades and uew
May & Tompkins.
Mr. .A A Edmunds desires the
public to know that he will serve
barbecue dinner on Monday next
to the jurors, witnesses and all
others who may be in Edgefield
on business. His dinners are firet
cla?s and his price is reasonable.
Mr. J. R. Scurry, steward of
the County Homo, is a potato
grower AS well as a successful com
and cotton farmpr. Mr. Scurry
sent The Advertiser man a swnet
potato on Saturday last that
weighed nearly four pounds-six
teen to the bushel.
We invite the ladies to see our
ruge and Wilton veiver art squares.
Large assorlmeot to select from,
all beautiful designs. "
Rams**}' & Jones.
Rev. T P Burgess h'as returned
after fiiliug au engag?-meut( of
three weeks in Charleston He
preached iu the Prpsby terian
church here Sunday morning and
went to Sulu'M in the afternoon
to fill an appointment.
Miss Leila McCreary has been
engaged to teach a school in Barn
well county about eight miles
from WiKiston. She will enter
upon her duties next Monday. As
the school is m'ar her old home,
Miss McCreary will be very pleae
antly 'sit?an d, being among rela
tives and friends.
Housekeepers should see our
line of table linens, towels, sheet
ings, bed spreads, etc., before
making their purchases.
May & Tompkins.
If you want/bulbs and lawn
sraes seed that will germin?is aod
give entire satisfaction place your
order3 with the Alexander Seed
Company of Augusta, the dd, r?
liablo seed house of the south.
Their advertisement appears iu
this is-ue. '
While in Edgefield on Mouday,
Mr. B. D. Kitchiugs told the wri
ter that, he did not plant any cot
ton at all in his wages crop this
year and that he expects to have
his tenants reduce their cotton
acreage Dcxt year. Mr. Kitchiugs
says he expects lo sow a larg-? crop
The official notice cf County
Treasurer"J*T Pattison appears iii
this issu?1, giving the entire levy
in detail. lu estimating the
amount of their taxps for this
year, the taxpaveis of Long Cane.
Pi um Branch No. 1 and Libert}
Hill school districts should beal
in mind the fact that they have
voed a special levy of three mille
Hon. V.r A Strom and Dr. J H
S;,'f were in E<lg-jfiold last week
with their spick and enan nfw
Ford automobiles. The former
mad* the trip from Edgefi 'ld to
his front steps on top of Bole1
mountain, a dist.anc3 of 14 milos,
in 23 minutes. When Mr. Sfrom
buys an airship he is g jing fo giv
The Advertiser man his auto It
would he an eany matter to Av
from the topmost poiut on Boles
mountain down to Edgefield.
"Why Sharp, I'm glad to see
you ro merrv and able to get
about so well. You -were quite
lame when I last saw you."
"Ob, yes; I was aw fully lame
then. But that was before I got a
verdict against the railroad com
The ginnery ol' Mr. E. M: Pad
gut, who reeides iii "the lower part
of the county, was burned on Wed
nesday night last. Besides the
building, gins, etc., Mr. Padgett
had five bales of cotton burned.
Tbe engine, being some distance
away from th^ gin hou?e, was not
destroyed. The total loss was
armut $1,000, with insurance of
$500. Mr. Padgett's friends regret
that he bas sustained such a heavy
Gone After Santa Claus.
Mr. J. D. Holstein left ou Mon
day for New York to purchase a
largt ,tock of holiday goods for
Messrs. Penn & Hole?eiu. He not
only has had a number of years
of experience in selecting Christ
mas novelties, but by goiug di
rect to the largest importers in the
country, Mr. Holstein buys to the
best possible advantage. He will
purchase gifts suitable for all ag^s
and all- purses. In making his
Cnristmas. purchases, Mr. Hol
stein always displays excellent
taste This year will be uo ex
Mr. Jackson's Wood Yard.
Having almost completed his
farming operations for the year,
Mr. M. C. Jackson wi IT now de
vote more time to bis wood yard.
He is prepared to deliver oak and
pine wood anywhere in town; or
be can move his engina and saw
to you** premisep, and paw your
wood any length desired. Mr.
Jackson is erecting a building at
his homo io D?rth Edgefield to be
?Red as a store, and as eoon as it
is completed will fill it with a
stock of general merchandise. Mr.
Jackson is a man of good, sound
judgment and succeeds at what
ever he undertakes.
Court of General Sessions will
?ouvene on Monda; next with
Eiou. S. W. G. Shipp, of Florence,
is presiding judge. The first case
:o be disposed of will be that of
Luther, William and John Mc
kenny, indicted fo: killing John
Mathis at Willow Spring church.
The case was tried in March, re
miting in a mistrial. Three daye
viii probably be consumed iu
iisposing of the McKeuny case,
is npaily a hundred witnesses
lave been summoned.
At one time it was thought that
wo weeks would be neceesar}* to
?lear the civil docket but as ono
ir two of the largest cases will be
ootinued a jury will not be drawn
or the third week.
The executive committee and
fficers of the C^mptery Associa
ion met on Friday October 2nd
o form p^ns for the eu?uirg year. 1
DP sa*ne officers will 'serve: Dr. '
J. E. Burts,president; Mrs. C. E. '
lay, secretary; Mrs.-J. D. Hoi- 1
toin, treasurer. The ex?cutive }
ommiltee consists of Mr. O. 1
Sheppard, Mr. N. G- Evans, Mr. *
5. McG: Simkins and Mr. B. E. 1
?icbolson. These gentlemen bav- f
ng decided to elect an executive (
omrmttee of ladies, the follow- *
ng were[cbosen : Mrs. J. H. Allen, f
Irs. J. E. Har!, Mrs. N. M. 1
ones, Mrs. Manly Timmons, Mrs. 8
L. E. Padgett, Misses Virginia r
Lddison and Jennie Pattison. '
These ladies aro requested to 1
neet at the home of Mrs. Milton e
ones on Wednesday afternoon,
)ctober 7th, at four o'clock.
We always carry complete as- i
ortment of fresh drugs and give (
special attention to all prescrip- '
ions sent us. A share of your I
atrouige solicited. i
B. Timmons. !
For Rent: A seven-room house. ,
John L. Addison. (
Have you a picture that you i
irould like to bave framed? Bring
t to us. Large stock of all sizes
iud styles of moulding.
For Sale: Two very fine Rqode
island Red roosters.
Geo. F. Mim?.
Just received 100 gallons of
rioor Paint. Let us supply your
White Peail and several other
varieties of Onion Sets just rc
PENN & HOLSTEIN,
Successor? to G L Penn S? Sou.
For Rent: Two 5-room cottages
md 3 rooms iu another cottage.
Mrs. D. S. Du Bose.
of Cod Liver Oil with Hypo
phosphites should always be
kept in the house for the
First-Because, if any member
of the family has a hard cold,
it will cure it.
Second-Because, if the chil
dren are delicate and sickly, it
will make them strong and well.
Third-Because, if the father
or mother is losing flesh an?
becoming thin and emaciated,
it will build them up and give
them flesh and strength.
Fourth-Because it is the
standard remedy in all throat
and lung affections.
No household should be with
out it. _
Send this advertisement, together with name
Of paper in which it appear:, your address and
four cents to cover postage, and we will send
you a "Complete Handy AUas of the World."
SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pearl St, New York
Mr. Lcgue's House Burned.
. The friends of Mr.- W. S. Logue
regreited to hear of tho los?? be
sustained in the burning of bis
home on Thursdav afternoon last.
It seems that the family was away
when tho fire started. Some fur
nituiH WHS saved from the rooms
flown-stairs hut nothing was s?v
prl from up-staiT. Mr. Logue car
ried i usu ran co to th? amount of
$1,000 on bi?- house and $300 on
his furniture. Mr. Logue aud his
family are living-with Mr. J. F.
Payo* until a house can be pro
vided for thc-m.
Death of an Aged Lady.
Mrs. Jane Whitlock died Satur
day morning at the home of her
son, Mr. J C Whitlock. She had
just entered upon her 91st year,
and during her long life she was
a devoted follower of the Master.
?be faced the end bravely, being
perfectly resigned to I.is will.
M'rs. Whitlock WPS the wi.? of the
late William Whitlock. Rev. P B
Lanham conducted the funeral,
the iutermeut being held at the
Whitlock cemetery Sunday after
noon. She was a member of Mt
The Farmers' Cotton Buyer.
The farmers now have a cotton
boyer on the Edgefield market,
and his cotton is weighed by Mr
T P Morgan', public cotton
weigher. For reasons that were
entirely satisfactory, both to Mr.
E J Norris and the committee, the
committee appointed by the far
mers' meeting engaged Mr. S B
Marsh to buy cotton for them, in
stead of Mr. Norris. Mr. Marsh is
alert and active, and is buying a
large number of bales every day,
paying good prices for it.
Miss Eileen Ouzts Entertains.
On Friday afternoon a happy
bevy of young ladies gathered at
the borne of Miss Eileen Ouzts,
to enjoy her hospitality as presi
dent of the Young Woman's Aux
iliary of tho Baptist church. It
was their observance of Enlist
ment clay, when new members
wer;-) received. A pleasant pro
gram was rendered in which Misa
Louise Lyon, Miss Flossie Lamb,
Mips Ruth Tompkins, Miss Kate
Pattison and Mrs. Burts took
apart. Delightful refreshments,
consisting of a salad course, ice
cream and cake, were served. Mrs.
Kate Black, who organized th?
circle, was present, from Trenton
and Miss Hattie Newsom was alsu
a welcomed guest.
Ready for Fall Weddings.
Messrs. Rams?y & Jones have
not been unmindful of the fact
L,hat the season for Cupid's har
vest has arrived, and that there
?viii be marrying and giving iu
marriage rn our town and county
this fall. To this e:id they have
made large purchases of cut glass j
ind silverware, both sterling and
)iated.' These goods have just
irrived. The designs are Uhiqu<s jr
ind excebdii gly - beautiful. Per?
?ons of the most exacting taste
jan easily make their selections
mm this largo assortment. Fur
hermore, the prices are Teasona
)le; much lower than city stores
isk. Besides silverware and jewel
v, Messrs. Ramsey & Joues have
uruiture, buggies, wagous, har
less, and hou=e furnishings of
rhe Lyceum Course.
A good beginning has been
nado on this Beason^s lyceum
jourse. Mr. Edward Elliott, in the
'Lion and the Mouse." captivated
largo audience on. Friday even
ing last, making, an exceedingly
favorable impression upon all
?vho appreciate entertainment of
a. high order. Every attraction on
this season's course is high-class,
coating more than any previous
course has ever cost the manage
The next attraction will bo the
Temple Quartette Company, on
Erid.ny night, October* the 23d.
The third will be the Royal Hun
garian Orchestra, and the last
will be Lou F. Beauchamp, who
was iu.last, season's course. ; No
oue who has ever heard Beau
champ will fail to boar bim again
when the opportunity is offered.
Valuable Land For Sale.
In this issue will be found au
^dvc-rtisnmpnjt of the lands of the
?state of Dr. H. Parker, which
will be sold on November 2nd,
'he first Monday. The property
consists of four valuable tracts of
land on the Cambridge road two
miles north of Edgefield, and four
lots iu the town, including the
Pnrkpr building. Tba four tracts
of f?.rm laudare acouvenient dis
tance from town, well watered,
contain considerable wood and
yan be made to produce large
crops. Two of tho tracts contain
fine pastures on Log Creek and
would make an ideal stock farnri.}
Two of the lots in town including
the Parker building, face, the pub
lic squnrp, aiu] thc other two fae*
the st rp pt running from Dr. J. T..
Patlison's r sidence to the cotton
mill. A splendid opportunity
awaits thp person who is seeking
investmpiit in real estate. It has
been several years since such
valuable and desirably located
nroporlv was offered for sale in
Large shipment of beautiful
Cut Glass, Silverware-both .solid
and plated-just received. Larg?
assortment of jewelry also ready
for your infpoctiou.
Rumsey- & June!?.
Spectacles made up to Fuit TOUT
particular need at lowest j ossible
Geo . F. Mims,
Edgefield, S C
Get o ir i ri ses on shoes before
buying. We cnn pl a-eyou.
May & Tompkins.
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If is our Purpose
To have prices on our hats in the reach of all. A glance through will be con
vincing as to real Values and Becomingness. We have them in* Brown, Toupe;
pavy, Green, and Blacks. Trimmed in Satin, Silk, and Velvet, also many interest
pg novelties in Feathers, Wings and Plowers.
Unusual grace adorns the
Tailored Suit & Skirt Showings
The artiste directorie styles with the semi-fitting shaped jackets, with pointed backs and slashed sides togeth-i
1er with ?heir novel flared skirts covered with Big Buttons, Little Buttons and Buttons and ?uttons. These
,vith many other graceful concep?ons of newness greet you in every nook.
Just a few of those Black Petty Skirts left, that swish like the best silk
We want you to know 'tis our purpose to make!
?your dealings, with us satisfactory, and 'tis our
ambition to merit your trade
W% H. Turner, Proprietor.
Our friend Gue Edmunds and
ns "yaller" horses hauled trunks
rom the depot to the college fer
he students and faculty last
yeek, and he saya that when he
roes to the legislature he is going
o have a law passed limiting the
liza ot' trunks that ladies use. But
ie viii first have to legislate
Lagin" the size of the "Merry
IVidowB" that are to be packed in
,he trunks. There is no need to
imit the size of a man's baggage.
3e eau usually put all of his be
ongings (except his shoes) in a
Large, Carefully Bought Stock.
The second floor of the large
store of the Edgefield Mercantile
Company is filled with a tremen
dous etock of furniture of all
kinds, rugs, art squares, trunks,
stoves aud house furnishings of
every description. You will also
find a large Btock of harness,, bug
gies, carriages pnd farm wagons.
These goods were purchased in
very large quantities, which en
ables the consumer to purchase
them at very reasonable p rices.
Call at the Edgefield Mercantile
Company and the courteous sales
force will take pHeasure in show
ing you through.
Board of Incorporators.
On Wednesday last thc- board
of incorporators of the proposed
Augusta-Edgefield trolley liu6
met to couBider the bids that had
been received for surveying the
road. The incorporators present
were: Col. E H Aull, of Newber
ry ; Messrs. W A Strom, and S T
Williams of Pleasant Lane; Mes
srs. B E Nicholson, J C Sheppard,
A E Padgett, and W P Calhoun of
More than thirty bids had been
filed, and after discussing the mat
ter for some time without select
ing a pjrveyor, a committee, con
sisting of Messrs. W P Calhoun,
W A Strom and B E Nicholson,
was iippoiuted to. consider the bids
in detail aud decide which is the
most favorable bid. This commit
tee compliedj'ivith the instructions
received and will report to anoth
er meetiug of th? board to be held
ou October 9fch.
Had A Close Call.
Mrs. Ada. L Croom, the widely
koowa prnjurietor of the Croom
Hotel, Van ?din. Miss., says: "For
several months I suffered with a
severe cough, and consumption
eeeojf-dl to',have ile grip on me,
wheo a friend recommended Dr.
Kiogr& New Discovery. I began
takriag it, and three bottles affect
ed a ?ro.mplete co?a." The fame of
this Jife saving cough and sold
reroeds, and lung .and throat heal
er is world wide. Sold at WE
Lyuch ?fe Co., B' TLmmons, Pe nu
& Holetein, success ors to G L
Penn & Son, drug stores, 50c aud
$1.00 Thal bottle freo.
L?st: A gold, signet stick pin
with "R. L. W." engraved on it.
The finder will return the piu to
\nnual Sermon to Edgefield
Dr. C. E. Burta delivered a very
naeterly sermon at the Baptist
:hurch"on Sunday morning, ad
Iressing himself chiefly to the
?dgefield Rifles. Dr. Burts is
jhaplain of the company, and by
?equest he preached the annual
lermon to these citizeu-soldier3
Sunday morning. The company,
probably forty-strong, marched
from the armory to the church
and occupied seats reserved for
teem. Capt. Collett and his men
made a splendid appearance on
this occasion, as Ihey always do
in fact. Dr. Burts' closing remarks
should linger in the minds of his
hearers; being as follows: "Young
gentlemen, to bo all we want to
b?, all we ought to be, we must
occupy a proper relationship with
God. 'If God be tor us who can be
Where Bullets Flew.
David Parker, of Fayette, N. Y.,
a vet?ran of the civil war, who
lost a foot at Gettysburg, says :
"The good Electric Bitters have
done is worth more than five hun
dred dollars to me. I spent much
money doctering for a bad caB9 of
stomach trouble, to little purpose.
I then tried Electric Bitters, aud
they cured me. I now take them
as a tonic, and they keep me
strong and well." 50c at W E
Lynch & Co., B Timroons, Penn
& Holstein, successors to G L
Penn & Sou, drug stores.
NATURE TELLS YOU. *
As Many an Edgefield Reader
Knows too Well.
When the kidneys are sick,
Nature tells you all about it.
The urine is nature's calendar.
Infrequent or too frequent action;
Any urinary trouble tells of kidney
Doan's kidney pills cure all kidney
Lewis Hall, living on Main St., Lex
ington, S. C., says: "I suffered from
kidney trouble for several years. There
were severe pains in my back, and my
I kidneys were very irregular in action.
At times the secretions were very
copious while at others so scan':y that
I could scarcely void them at* all. I
grew weak, lost flesh could not. sleep
well and was nervous and frequently
irritated. I finally procured Doan's
kidney pills, began using them and can
honestly say that I never found a reme
dy that gave me so much relief. I am
not as yet cured, but am improving
rapidly, and I have no hesitancy in
recommending Doan's kidney pills to
For sale by all dealers. Price 59cts.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, Nev
York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.
All the LOW things in Dress
goods at reasonable prices.
May & Tompkins.
Frtrhh fbipmetit of Armour's
"Gold Band" and Swift's "Pre
. SCHOOL BOOKS.
We ar* headquarters for School
Boiks aud School Supplies.
Penn & Holstein.
Wood, Wpod, Wood
I am now r.^ady to deliver oak
md pine wood anywhere in towj.
Dak cut fire lengths, and pine
Droper leagth for stove or fire
place. Am prepared to mane con
tacts for sawiu| wood OB your
M. C. Jackson.
I desire to notify ih=) public
that I have just opened a fii'fit
class hotel known a* the H?tel
Edgefield and respectful!/jfelicit
the patronage of the public for both
transient and regular bd&rders.
Asa Gr. Broadwater, *
I Fall Clothing
We are show
in Clothing, Shoes,
Hats, Underwear, Etc.
Come in and let us show
you through our stock.
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