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Notice to Taxpayers.
The county Auditores office will
be open for the purpose of receiving
, trix "returns "from the 1st day?Of
January to the 20th of February
1009 inclusive, after which date
the law imposes the addition of
fifty cents penalty to the dollar for.
neglect: or refusal to make returns.
The law requires a full return'of all
property owned or managed by
husband, guardian, executor, ad
ministrator or in a fiduciary capaci
ty, and to note all transfers of real
estate. All male' citizens between
the ages of twenty one and sixty
years of age are required to pay a
poll tax of one dollar each, except
those exempt by law.
J. B. Haltiwanger,
. County Auditor.
Beautiful imported decorated
ware. You can either buy a com
plete di ii uer set or auy Bingie
piece that you need*.
. Ramsey & Jones.
For Sale: A large, new twel
room housed tenant house, barn, st.
bles, and other out houses, an*
twelve acres of land, all within the j
incorporate, limits of Edgefield, S.
Gi The land is all under good wire
fences, and divided into three fields,
a pasture, garden, horse and cow
lots, a fine orchard of apples, pears,
peaches, cherries, Burbank and
Abundance plums, pecan trees, and |
tine vineyard. A good weil and
plenty of water. Apply to
J. B; Haltiwanger.
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Until your l?nd corners and
old lines are extinct but have it
surveyed and remarked. Don't
buy land without a resurveying.
Surveying given prompt and
careful* attention. All work
J. H. COURTNEY,
I desire to ^notify the public that
I wi ll be in ray office at " Edgefield
?veiy Monday and every ?Saturday
for the transaction of any business
connected with the schools of the
\ A. R. Nicholson.
Your Patronage Solicited.
I desire to notify my friends, and
the public generally that I have
purchased the Barber Shop on the I
corner from Mr. A. J. Davis and I
will conduct a first-class shop at the
sarao place. I will have a skilled
barber to assist me and guarantee
I Holicit your patronage.
T. E. STROM.
Ara ax rood tm the batt. 60 jmn te
IP. J. BERCKHANS CO., (fa*.)
Mimi Htrmiu.,_AUGUSTA. GA.
ft? ?cw fe ?ra nrf 8hnfaa. KrtafahahaJUO*
Real Estate ;
No. LOI. One of the Best Hoteh
in any country Town in the South,
14 Rooms and all appurtenances,
already furnished, well established,
well equipped, well patronized.
Situated near the business part oi
the Towri of Edgefield, S. C. ' Thii
Hotel is known and patronized by
the T. P. A.s from all over the
No. 102. A comfortable Cottage
on Buncombe Street, in Edg?'fl?ltf!
S. C. ? ^
No. 103. A Cozy Cottage near the
business part of the Town in Edge-?
field, S. C.
No. 104. Residence Jeter Street
in Edgefield, S. C.
No. 105. 00-acre Farm between
Edgefield and Trenton S. C. '
No. 106. 200-acre Farm about 10
miles South of Edgefield, S. C.'
No. 107. The Capt. Lewis Jones
place-70 acres beautifully lota-ted
in town of Edgefield. Purchaser
could sell aluiost enough town lots
to pay for the place. 2 4-rooni
No. 108. ?ood Farm, 205 acres
on road between Edgefield and
Parksville, 4 miles from latter place
100 acres of timbered land, well
watered, two good tenant houses. '
?..?? f . : . f ' ? r,
Two Cottages- in Edgefield. j
If you have any Real Estate,
Houses, Lands for Sale ot to . l^tiy,
or any business in Real Estate I tie?
to offer my services in giving satn?
Let me know of voiir Wants * and
-E. J. Norris,
insu race and Real Estate Agent.
We would . ho glft.l for th? ,
housewives to pee our larg" stock
of Crock*?-y. WH have plain ?nd
decorated war?. and can triply
the upflds of ?v*ry hom^.
? Ramsey & Jone*.'
Whit* Pearl and s?\eral other
varieties of Ou ion Sets just rc
PENN & HOLSTEIN;-;;:
Succesosrs to G L Penn & Son
Get our prices ou shoes before:
buying. We can please you.
May & Tompkins.
We are ready for tin? buuterSr
with<a full stock of guns, shel]a,
hunting coats, leggings, etc. y? .
Ramsey & Joue6.
Opportunity in Hay Farm. Good
One for Sale at Augusta.
I haye a fine hay farra for sale for
a client in Richmond county', 1-2
mile below the city limits of Augus
ta-228 acres, 210 acres in hay.
Large barn 100 x 50 ft, tenant houses
etc. This is a fine opportunity for
a good country farmer who wishes
to remove to the city for any reason,
and farm very profitably near by.
For special reasons the place can be
offered for a while at a bargain^.
88j000, good payments. The-hay
farms below Augusta are famous
-this is one of them-level as ?a
floor, fertile and profitable. ; <
Address, H. C.; Middleton,
., Augutsa, Ga"
Five pound bucket of fine roasted
coffee for fcl.OO^China cup and sau
cer with each bucket.
IF SANTA CLAUS BRINGS
you a check deposit it at once in the
Farmers Bank and add your savings
to it through the coming year.
MANY A MICKLE MAKES
is an old Scotch saying that, you will
do well to remember. The Scotbh
are a thrifty race but they have not
the opportunities that you have in
America, and you. should remember
that and be provident.
The Farmers Bank
of Edgefield, S. C.
RUBBER TIRES: I have a
machine for" resetting your old
tires or putting ou new. ones.
Best rubber tires carried in stock
All work guaranteed.
Shop around and get prices on
dry goods shoes and notions and
then see what we can do for you.
Remember we place quality first.
Our guarantee of satisfaction goes
with every sale. -"" .
May <fe "Tompkins,.
Horses and Mules
We desire to notify the public that we have just receiv
ed a car of horses and mules fresh frqm the blue grass re
gion of Kentucky and invite you to call and inspect them.
We have several very fine brood mares and some very
desirable combination horses. If you need a mule see our
mules and get prices before buding.
Wilson & Cahtelou,
! W dr's Stables, Edgefield, S. C.
To My Patrons, Friends and the Publie,
H The Holiday season is upon us, and I an: prepared as heretofore to
to meet all demands and requirements in the dp?erent lines and ac
cessories, heretofore handled by us. Those who have been success
ful, and want a first class Victoria, Station Wagon, Surrey or Stan
hope, I am the man who can supply them,and accompanying necessi
ties. Harness, all the very best assortment from three of the finest
manufacturers in the United States: Robes, there is only one Manu
facturer in the United States worth naming-C HAS E-We ' have
them in great varieties, Blankets, of course you must protect your
For Christmas^and Holiday gifts, we have a large variety of fine
. imported saddles, Whips, crops,, leggins and etc, and for the children,
boys and girls, we have a larger variety than ever, of Railroad Steam
Engines, Automobiles, Goat Wagons, Goat Carts, Hobby Horses,
Shoo Flys, Irish Mails, Bicycles, Veloipedes. Tricycles and Toy wag
ons, an endless variety, about a carload and a half in all.
Don't fail to come and make early selections.
749-751 Broad Street, Augusta, Ca.
You make a mistake every time you buy a bill of
Without' first seeing us.
Jj?Rf?lfilGTOfl BROS & CO.,
863 Broadl Street, Augusta, Qa.
Coal Heaters, Cook Stoves in all sizes.
We also carry stove pipe, full as
'? sortment of cooking utensils, etc.
Jones & Son
You Get 2 For The
Price of Only 1.
you Need it in Your Home
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Eveiybody uses water. A drilled
well is the only way of obtaining a
pure, cold and unfailing supply.'
Dug wells and springs are simply I
cess pools collecting disease bre?d- j
ing surface drainage. 85 per . cent,
of Typhoid fever is contracted from |
A Keystone drill will penetrate
the bed rock and tap the pure unfail
ing streams below. All surface
water is securely cased off. A drill
ed well rarely goes dry in the most|
protracted drouth. It is safe.
There is more money in a keystone
Drilling Outfit than in a threshing
machine and you work all the ^year
round instead of three months out of
twelve. Machine is the most com
plete on the market and is not to be
confounded with cheap and flin\sy
outfits. Drills a six-inch hole
through any formation to any depth
at the rate of 50. -feet a day in
ordinary formations. Costs $5.00
a day to run in fuel and labor.
Will go anywhere under its own
steam and can be set up and put at
work in 30-minutes. Write for
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Keystone Driller Company.
Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania.
VV'ft it.yite th? ladies to pn^our
russ and Wilt >n velvet art squires
fjar^-i a^-orrmvit ? s '.'.nar. fr >m
all beautiful deigns.
: . Rams**)' & Jones.
I desire to notify the public
that I pay the highest market price
for cotton-seed, and that I sell cot
ton seed meal and hulls. Will ex
change Hulls and Meal for Seed.
Hulls delivered anywhere in Edge
field for 5 cents per hundred extra.
I will be at my scales near the old
depot every day.
. , J. W. CHEATH AM .
EDGEFIELD, S C.
State and County Depository
J. C. SHEPPARD, W. vy. A4>AMS,
J. H. BOUKNJGHT, T. H. KAINSFOK
J. M. COBB* B. ?S. Hoi,LAND,
A. S. TOMPKINS, C. C FV,LIP?
. \ W. E. PBKSCOTT.
J; C. SHEPPARD, Prenidenr.
. W. W. ADAMS, Vice-Prei dfnt.
E. J. MIMS, Cashier
J. H. ALLEN, Ass't Cashier.
Pays interest on deposit? by specia
Money to loan on hb^ral tprmc.
Protnptahd polite attrition to bu.
YOUR Account Solicited
*S . A Wonderful Exhibit tht
[pleased to have an opportu
lot. We enumerate this ?
j?Sj Parlor Suits, Dining Ro<
Miscellaneous Chairs, f
ets, Chiffonieres, Be
Mattings Rugs, *\
Saddles, Shades, S
and minor articles t<
^ Our undertaking departn
???and caskets fr?m the cheap
?g?jnight or day.
GROCER I IS
We carry a full stock of Groceries and
Plantation Supplies. -
W2 make a specialty of Fancy Groceries arid can fill
your orders promptly at very reasonable prices.
The very best bread and rolls twice a week by express
T. P. LYON & CO.
With the ending" of the old year
came the close of the tenth year
that we have been in business, and
we desire to thank the Edgefield
public for the generous patronage
a ccorded us during this long period
We solicit a continuance of this
patronage for 1909. ?We shall be
ready at all times to supply your
needs with dependable merchan
dise at very reasonable prices.
iStore Your Cotton
To/The Planters of Edgeried County;
There seem? to be a disposition on the part
of the planters to hold their cotton for high
er prices and we take pleasure in' offering
them our Wart house facilities', where we
will store and insure their cotton for thirty
cents per bale, per month and make liberal
advances on, same.
Wc have just received a car load of
'.Which arc as good as the best, and better than
the most", which we would be pleased \tO' sell
to the wagon using public.
We would also state, that we are buyers of
cotton-seed, ai our Warehouse, and you will al
ways rind Billie Lott on the spot.
Give us a call, and it we don't do business, it
will be no fault of ours.
it rills up our Entire Second FJoor^ and we would befij
nity to show you these goods, whether 3*011 buy orj"
stock partially to give you an idea.
ome of Them: m
jm Suits, Bed Room Suits, Sideboards, Wardrobes,
lockers, Settees, Hat Racks. Dressers, China Clos
dsteads, Lounges, Center Tables, Art Squares,''
Washstand Sets, Bedsteads, Cribs, Cradles,
Stoves, Ranges and Heaters.
Grades of farm Wagons.
urreys, Victorias, Buggies, Wagon Harness
10 numerous to mention. Call and inspect our
lent is always well supplied with all grades of coffins!
est to the best. Our hearse answers all calls promptly,j