Newspaper Page Text
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 28, 190S..
There will be a concert by Bear
den's orchestra in Adams Hall Fri
day night at 8 o'clock.
No,?a- "float" won't fly, even if it
does cost more money and time and
thought than an air ship.
Mr. and Mrs. Butler Strom, of
the Rehoboth section were among
the visitors in Edgefield Monday.
Friday will be the fairest, not
the foulest, day of the week. The
rain to-day was sent to lay the
- M r. John B. Davis of Limp, Salu
da county made a business trip to
Mr; and? ^irs. J. H. May have re
turned after, spending a fortnight
visiting friends in several towns in
Mrs Walter Nicholson has been
elected teacher of the Bereu? school
and will enter upon her duties on
November the 1st,
'"Av . '
The Advertiser welcomes "X. Y.
Z." into its' columns. A good,
bright newsy letter, like the one in
this issue, will come from his pen
y tt . .
There will be a full dinner
pail" at the floral fair cafe for
every man, woman and child that
-/'comes to Ecjgefield Friday. . t
A long, lean, lank mule that
seemed to be thirsty from his hoofs
to the tips ofilia ears christened the
W. C T. IT. drinking trough.
g&>: , \ .. I
Seeded raisins and cleaned cur
rants. Full pound' packages ' 12 1-2
cents per pound.
. W. E. Lynch & Co.
Attention is directed to the new
advertisement of Mr. J. E. Hart, and
the notice of sale, by Messrs. B. S.
ind J. A. Holland, administrator's.
Hon. W. A. Strom's machine has
completed a well for Dr. J. S. Byrd
and is now drilling one for Rev. P.
Five pound bucket of fine roasted
coffee for $1.00. China cup and sau
cer with each bucket. i
?o B. Timmqns.
Mr, J. H. Cogburn sustained a
heavy loss in the burning of his
store Wednesday night last. The
merchandise and building were val
3 ued at $4,5?0, with insurance of ?2,
Rev. T. P. Burgess will conduct
a. series of revival services in the
Presbyterian church beginning Mon
day after Ihe sec?nd Sunday in
November. He will be assisted by
Rev'. J. B. Green, pastor of the Pres
byterian church in Greenwood. A
fuller aniiouncement will be made
We solicit your prescription
business. Utmost care is exer
cised io compounding prescrip
tions and only pure, fresh drugs
are used. Our prices are very
. . PENN & HOLSTEIN,
7 G. L. Penn & Son.
Miss Annie-May Strom, the pret
ty and talented daughter of Mr
Robt. ,T. Strom, has returned to
Lamar, S C., to teach for another
session, which is .the fourth year
that she has been employed by the
patrons of this school. This of it
self is a ven* strong endorsement of
her ^conscientious, painstaking ser
. TICA '*V :* .
PRESCRIPTIONS our special
ty. Wesoli?it vonr Prescriptions,
WE GUARANTEE pure drugs,
accurate compounding, and rea
WE. LYNCH & CO.
From every section of the county
the intelligence comes that a large
acreage is being sown in-oat?. The
preparation of the land is nure
thorough than in former years.
After sowing all the seed . oats he
had at home, Mr R W Powell came
to Edgefield Monday and purchased
a large two-horse load of Appier
oats .to plant.
Large assortment of ?3.00 pictnie
frames for ?1.50.
Go to Rives Bros. for Mendel's
handsome washable Tailored
Waistt from $1.00 to $3.50. Ladies'
beautiful iifckwear and collar?.
Just received 100 gallons of
Floor PdintJ Let us suiyly your
Come to us for right pricep on
domestics 4-4. brown S'a Island
at 5 cunt>- ; Gingbams *' 5 enntp.
The high standard mall marchan-.
dis? will ie kept up.
Cobb's Old Sta-rfd.
Beautiful imported decorated
ware. You can either buy a com
plete dinner set or anv single
piece that you nerd. .
Ramsey & Jones.
Nunnally's celebreted candies
fresh by empress every week.
PENN & HOLSTEIN,
Successors to G L Penn & Son.
An Edgefield florist . bas been
using ber last summer's Merry
Widow" to cover a row of chrysan
themums^ thereby shield in g them
from the frost.
While the lied Hill ladies were
having their ;Vpti?tiug," an Edge
field lady gave a "floating," i. e.,
the latter invited some of her lady
friends to spend the day with her
and they passed the tim? in build
ing a float.
The lamented Dr. J. F. Adams,
whose caine appears on the old
eoyy-of The Advertiser which we
reproduce on our first page, was the
great grand father of Mr. John P.
The last quarterly conference of
the Edgefield charge will be held in
Trenton Methodist church Sunday
afternoon, November 1st, at 4
o'clock. A full attendance of mem
bers of conference desired.
Mr. and Mrs:' B. B. Jones will
move this week into their magnifi
cent new colonial residence. This
handsome home, so beautifully lo
cated on Main street, is a very de
cided ornament to our town.
All persons exhibiting flowers art'
requested to bring them" lo Adams1
Hall Thursday afternoon, when the
exhibits will be placed in order ready
for Mr. Berckman to judge on
Mr. C. A. Long brought several
dozen/ cans of peaches that were can
ned with his own hands to town
Monday and sold them very readily.
He has about 1,200 cans of peaches
apples, beans and tomatoes. Thc
product .of Mr. Long's cannery is
absolutely free from adulteration
and needs no inspection under the
pure food law)
Mr. James H. Cantelou returned
yesterday from the Georgia fair in
Atlanta and left today for Columbia
to attend the state fair and to attend
a meeting of the South Carolina
Berkshire Association, of which or
ganization he is president. Mr.
Camelon will exhibit some of his
fine hogs^at the Georgia Carolina
fair next week.
The Methodist parsonage was the
scene of a quiet, beautiful marriage
Sunday afternoon last, the contract
ing parties were Miss Nellie Jay, of
Edgefield, and Mr. Robert L. Werts
of Saluda. Miss .Tay is the daughter
of Mr. R. M. Jay and has been re
siding in Edgefield for the' past six
months, serving for a portion of
this time as a compositor in the
office of the .Edgefield News. Mr.
and Mrs. Werts will make their
home in Ridge Spring. Miss Jay's
Edgefield friends regretted .to give
Large Mne of stationery, tablets,
paper, envelopes. ]etc., at
Do rou wa'jt a $ood window
shaae with patent rollers? v
. Hosierv stock full of bnst goods.
Try our .Bursou'sand "Black Cat"
hose for ladies and misses. Men's
Irue shape ? hose.
Fresh shipment of Harris Lithia
Water $1 50 for 5 gallons; Glenn
Springs Water $1.75 for 5 gallons.
A superb line of pocKet knives.
Boker's and Miller Bros; both
stag and pearl batidlos.
May & Prescott
The handsomest 12-piec toilet
sets ever shown in Edgefield.
Ramsey ifc Jones.
Do vou want a stvlish, up-to
date ladies' hal? Call on
y HIVES BROS.
Mince meat and all of the deli
eacies of the season at
PENN & HOLST^N'S.
Fresh currants, seeded raisins,
citron and figs at
PENN & HOLSTEIN'S
Persons have been known to ,
gai n a pound a day by taking an
ounce otScott's Emulsion. It
is strange, but it often happens.
Somehow the ounce produces
the pound; it seems to start
the digestive machinery going
properly, so that the patient is
able to digest and absorb his
ordinary food which he could
not do before, and that is the
way the gain is made.
A certain amount of flesh is
necessary for health; if you
have not got it you can get it
Send this advertisement, together with name
of paper in which it appears, your address and
four cents to cover postage, and we will send
you a "Complete Handy Atlas of thc World."
SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pearl St, New York <
Knights of Pythias Meeting.
The regular meeting of
the PJdgetield lodge'
Knights of Pythias.
No. 47, will he held in
their hall on Tuesday
night, November 3rd,
in regular session. All
visiting Knights are cordially in
vited to meet with us.
J? Ralph Jones, C.'C.
A regular communi
cation of Concordia
Lodge, No. 50. A. F.
31., will be held in
lodge room Friday
evening, November Otb, tor thc
regular dispatch ot* business and to
eoTifer degrees. All members are
urged to be present. Visitors ' in
good standing always welcomed.
AV. AV. Adams, "NV. M.
J. R. Tompkins, Sec.
Butler Lodge I. O. O. F.
At the meeting of
Butler Lodge No.
17, I. O. O. F. on
November 2nd, the iniatbry and
second degree will be conferred on
Mr. Ji. R. Tillman, Jr., and Mr.
Richard Mc?reary. All visitors in
A. II. Corley, N. Gi
R. L: Dunovant, Sec.
Remembering that they did not
provide a sufh'eient quantit ; of din
ner for the large crowd th; ? attend
ed the floral fair last, year, the ladies
of the Cemetery Association have
made ample provision for feeding
the very large throng that will be
here Friday. Their menu will con
sist of turkey dinner, salad course,
barbecue hash and oysters; for both
noon and evening* Cake and hot
chocolate will be served during the
afternoon. Eighteen large turkeys,
forty odd hens (not to mention the
roosters) have been purchased, and
everything else in the same propor
tion. It matters not how many thou
sand come to Edgeiield Friday, not
one need go away hungry. The
money raised will be used to im
prove the village cemetery.
Leggett's Premier Cheese. It is
just thc one thing needful after a
hearty meal. If you can't obtain the
hearty meal, Premier Cheese is the
next thing to it.
AV. E. Lynch ?fc.-Co.Bj
Seeded raisins, London laryer
raisins, cit ron, new crop prunes and
Leggett's fresh oatmeal and .corn
Leggett's Pan Cake Syrup.
You need only try it once to pro
nounce it the most velvety, smooth
and exquisite of syrups.
AV. E. Lynch & Co.
Perri Walla Tea.
7A fine tea blended from a choice
qtialtity lof Indian and Ceylon
plants. Ask for folders with direc
tions for making this delicious bev
AV. E. Lynch & Co.
AATheu you need a good farm
wagon, one that will stanrl the
test, try a Hackney or Old Hick
Ramsey <fc Jones.
Large stock of stovps, stov?
pipe utensil", atc, at reasonable
Ramsey & Jones.
AVe are headquarters for-buggy
and wagon harness, both dougie
Ramsey & Jones.
AVh?n you need a bugg)' try a
Rock Hill, or-.Hackney, or Colum
bus, or a Ty sou and Jones. No
stronger line of buggies can be
lound in this section. Large as
sortment to select from.
Ramsey & Jones.
Fresh Honey dan be found at
the store or the Edgeiield Mercan
Largest assortment of Rocker?
ever shown in Edgeiield, willow,
oak and mahogany. Beautiful de
?igns substantially made.
Ramsey & Jones.
Chic. Chic Chic.
We have just received a new
perfume' called "Chic' thal ve
are selling iu bulk. Can fill any
s z* bott lr.- vou want. All we ask
for it is n trial.
PENN & HOLSTEIN,
*. Pucc-epsors to Gc JJ PeiJli it Pon.
AVe are glad td announce to ? ur
.customers that wc have again re
ceived a shipment of tile celebrated
"White Star" coffee, which has
been so popular among our patrons;
,. PENN & HOLSTEIN,
Successors to GL Penn & Son.
Handsome line of colors in 50
inch Broadcloth, and popular
Rhades in dress goods. See our
Cobb's Old Stand.
Fresh shipment of Armour's
'Gold Band" aud Swift'? "Pre
Xo we are not goiaig ont of business alt
articles "below given inay cause you to so e?
ne with you. and from time to time hand <]
may h?co?ne ni ore thoroughly convinced of
pto with those who favor us with their
For a short while we will sell good af
yard wide Sea Island 41-2c yd. Yard ?
Good ocean pearl buttons 5c doz. Seho
quarter mch hem handkerchiefs 50c d
price. 10-4 hemmed sheets 45c eaeh.
fM Long Cloth worth $1.35 a piece to go a
Department is ai your sei
stylish line of Suits Cloal
Ladies Cloaks $3.(
lisses " $1.2
Tis the Salesforce's
As we aim at ali times to give pto pata
Ul rions Merchandise, Eight Treatment, Prc
EO| happen, as happen they will, we ask thal
T kinds that we make iii serving von. We
.Fresh shipment of Nuiinallyjs
fine candie's just received bv express.
Successors to (TL Penn & Son.
How about a Brussels or Ax
minster" art square, velvet rugs,
Spectacles made up to suit your
particular ??pd at lowest possible
Geo . F. Mimp,
Edgefield, S C
Get our prices on sho?s before
buying. We can please you.
May & Tompkins.
White Pearl and several other
varieties of Onion Sets ljust ro
cei ved. ?
PENN <fe HOLSTEIN,
Succesoyrs to G L P^nu it Sou
Soeisette for eyeniog dresses is
the talk of the town. We have it
in all of th-) pop ular shades.
May &. Tompkins.
Administrator' s Pale
Notice is hereby given that by
virtue of an order of the Probate
Court for Edgefield county, S. C.,
tim undersigned will sell at the late
residence of Joseph J. Holland,
deceased, in said county on the 17th
day of November, 1008, beginning
at 10 o'clock a. rn, all of the per
sonal property belonging to the e s
tafe of said Joseph J. Holland, de
ceased, consisting of 1 mare, 3
mules, cows, farm produce and im
plements, wagon, buggy, household
and kitchen furniture and various,
other articles. Terms cash.
.Ti A. Holland,
li. S: Holland.
Delivered To Your Home for $10.
/by should your home be without MUB?C,
wheu you eau have a. realty good piano of us on
very easy payments? You can come here and have
the choice of. r?l'?cti?g your piano from among tue world's
best r akes, on practically your own terms-?erm3
i so easy thur everyone who lov^s music may own a p?ano.
Think of all the following makes of high-grade mid ar
tistic pianos bsd og found unrlbr oue rjof ; viz.
Weber, Everett, Mealin, Sohmer, McPhail, Packard,
Stultz & Baur, Poole, Bush & Lane, Sterling, Harvard,
Winter & Co., Laffargue, Dayton, Rudolph, Stodart?
Mansfield, Singer and other well known makes.
We are quite positive ihat, nowhere else, can you pur
chase a thoroughly good oiaoo for as little mouey or upon
Buch favorable payineut*. ?R you eau of us. We would be
glad to'show you tho different styles and quote yon the dif
ferent prices. We like strict comparison of prices and values
Also acknowledged leaders in Furniture, Carpet?, Etc.
in this Section.
703-10-12 Broad Sireet, Augusta, Ga
lioudi the following* prices on certain
cclaim. But 'tis our purpose to contin
owu tliese low priced articles,-thatyou
the COEXEE STORE'S profit sharing
)ron gingham at 37-8C a yard, full
r?de standard bleaching 8c yard,,
ol handkerchiefs 25c doz ?Beautiful
oz would be cheap at double the
Pillow cases 10c each, English
t $1.00 a piece
[tyice with a superb
is Hats to match.
)0 io $12.00
!5 " .$7.50
Pleasure to Show You
ms complete satisfaction with merito
>mpt Attention. If mistakes should
; you report promptly mistakes of all;
! wish to correct them. Eespectfully,
3 " .;.>.-::. tr..-.* J I ?3
Large shipment of beautiful
Cut Glass, Silverware-both solid
h nd plated-just received. Large
assortment of jewelry also ready
for your inspection.
Ramsey & JoDes. -
V. A. HEMSTREET
Guns, Pistols, Knives.
First Class Repairing.
655 Broad Street,
Near Georgia Railroad Bank.
We invite the:Jadie8 to. .nee dur
rugs and Wilton velvet art squanto.
Large assortment to select from,
"**" "* Ran?sey Jones?'
Housekeepers should sei? oar
line of table linens, towels, (meet
ings, bed spreads, etc., before
making their purchases.
May & Tompkins.
We are showing a very hand
some line of wool dress goods in
all of the popular shades ancl new
May & Tompkins.
We always carry .comploteas
sortment of fresh drags and give
especial attention to all prescrip
tions sent us. ? share of your
B. Timm?ns. -
Needs no breaking in
Yesterday we fitted a cus
tomer in one of our new Red
Cross models. -"As she left
slie said, ''Wrap up my old
ones. I'll wear these in
stead. ' '
The Red Cross Shoe is
comfortable the moment you
put it on !
Its sole, made of specially
tanned leather, is flexible.
It doesn't bind., cramp or
\ 'draw' ' the foot- It fits like
a glove and bends with your
foot, just as your glove moves
with your hand. This fall
Get Style and Comfort
Come in and try on the Red
Cross. Know for yourself what
it means to the thousands of
women who wear it, who would
not be induced to go back to stiff.
Slip your foot into the Red
Cross,-that's the only way you
will ever realize wihat a wonders
ful difference it does make ! You
wouldn't believe a shoe could be
so comfortable. \
We have it in all styles-High
Shoes, $4 and $5; Oxfords, $3.50
Agents for Edgefield, S. C.