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. Greeted Too Late.
v? well*k?own Brooklyn physician
w&'e?inlhing a class of nurs?s^wto
had' serreii their appointed tame..iii
' the hospital. The candidates filed
past ' him, and to each he addressed
a question calculated to show the.
nujdejfc .efficiency. .In one fdt3?e.
questions he described the condition
of a patient and asked the nurse How
mach ' morphine in her opini?n
should be administered to the s?l?er
."Eight grains," promptly replied
Thc*doctor made no comment ?nd
she-' g?fe.??eol on. When ?t?f tur?.came j
again.she appeared greatly confused, j
anj&f?cf to t?e examiner: . "Doctor?
I jnsfi to correct the ahssrer I made
las.t tim?. I meant to say that .cine
eighth of a grain should to'given
to tte patient." ,
^"Too^late," remarkedDr. Mather
sonV w^&ou't looking up. from his
question paper.. Th? inanes dead."- -
Smaller Hat*. T? Easter, With j
All womankind seems to rejoice
at the return of the small and the
I medium-sized hate to popular favor. I
They are smart, booming. and al-1
ways??'nvenient*. Wnil? the smaller
, h&t isC unmistakably to the; fore at
present, it does not follow tnat the
larger hat rs ont entirely,- fey any
means,.: but. simply that Woman's
i better judgment and taste* have as
signed it to its rightful place as a
hat distinctly* for. dress. Firie,, an?
coarse straw, fancy brai? apd silk
are used, to .build the sprmgioques
and turbans .that..replace the Winfer
chapeau pt fur to which the, phape
of the n?vrer hat is also similar in
it4 .general line.
A p^ounced feature .of the
spring hats is the .comparative sim
plicity of the trimming whicnat the
same time . is. extremely stylish.
Large flower-like rosettes, of soft,
silk sometimes cover the entire side
of a hat and are relieved with
sprays of leaves and flowers. Oth?r
resett?s and quilled ribbon, often
constitute the only trimming^ Flow
ers as usual are ' important m con
fection-with, spring .headwear, and
wings:"are smart on hats of moderate
I size. '? ?r-??
The"; turbans and other smaller
bAt?ate. t?s?fj not Bmall but; rather
ej?T?me.h\?ize and cover the head ?
Itfil, the brim, extending over the
. e^rs. ?tV?al? . they piay not seem
gracefni. they are. extieinely. smart.
With,;them the hair is worn well
over tie. brow and they have also
encouraged th? return of the ba??,
as a ^becoming, arr?pjg?m?nt of the
hair is a necessity, wita, these large
T?Hienever you have horse-shoeing,
repairs on your wagon or buggy,
whetia?r "steel OT rubbei* tir?d^ come
tct my shop.. We are prepared to f}o j
first class work of every kind and
gjilarantee every job we send put.
" Give us a trial.. TEaVs alVfce.ask.
M W. H. FOWELL.
. !jIhis is the,. season: to ' give,your
chickens a. - tonic. We^can supply
ypji^witH Pratt's P?rifl?ry Food and
Stock Powders. Nothing better.
Seed Irish Potatoes. -
. ^e^ve;'sjuch varieties, as Irish,
Cobbler, Bliss,, Early Rose ano1*
Goodrich, at " .c.; <<?<???/??2?
Duno ?'ant ? Co.
* ft**'' rr'f-'y :'. .'<".'. v ?. *.? LL
; Let S?8 ?y4>pl^ ypu. with garden
seed. 'Wc sell both, Buist?a and Per
ri's 3eed. Either will give perfect
'. - . .... :,?,-? <?
?peciasleB-mada np to suit your
particular need at loweat possible
Edgefield. S Ci
Try our "Morning Glory" roast'
ed^coff?e for #5^ cents per pounder
our celebrated "White Star" coffee ]
at 30 cents.
Penn & Holstein.
Fresh ; shipment. of NurinallyV
cajidies an3 bon bons just' received
Penn <fr Holstein.
Cheaper Mineral Water.
- Wje llave a large supply of Glenn
Springs ana* Harria Iithia water.
We sell the Glenn Springs wate> at
$?.?5>:tir five gallons and the Har
ris XitBfa water at too.
v ''' Penn A Holstein.
^^rompt and careful attention
given to all calls, ?Vrms rea
sonable and satisfaction guar
Phone or address,
\ J.E. C?U?THEY,
Trenton, S. C.
Petit Jjuror?^ First Week pf
...#%&t?son,-, W .B. Goble, B
:P;]?<)atWTi??^ ~ J' . ?t? '.Morgan, J B
j3osw?en,^J L fe^iyA CJTppce, H
M&&telJ*mi&y, JR'JB Thom
?sv J- H. Matttsl" J f^.J?nilniote,. J
:?-;?K?fpD> &^*.Meal$?kV D^?
^^nBnC?lnrf Besse, \ T -? WU
t?ms, W H Russell, J B Rhodes
Wade Derrick,,.?.T Mathis, TP
Whitey-M'W Clark, Joe Gardner,
?.K^Jbrist\e, E C Hims, J G Long,
'??ff?r?,Rober?8:on*,C A Brandon, J C
.Lowrey, J G 3yrt?j W J_ Harley
Clifford Hall, WA Jordan, CW
SS Petit Jury 2nd Week.
J H Crim, E C ?$ri? W F Holson,
Fair Lybrand,- W T Self, M B H?m
ilfori, J H Widem?m, S A Bartley,
W J White, 0 0 Posey, J S Wil
Hams, R P Faulkner, T A Broadr
-water,-J. ? Seigl?r, G M Smith,
R Strother, G Y.D Freeland* C C
McDaniel, J B Scott, M W McDan
iel,: Alvy Stevens,, E D Ryan, W A
Winn, J M Posey, j D Timmerm?n
H W Ybnce, J K Allen, Chas t?am
mond, I A Webb, fi H Smith, Mar
tin Medlo ck, J M Wood, Joe S
Smith, J B Tinito?rman, L B Der
rick, J M Garnett!
Don't Be Misled.
The retail druggists of this conntry
83- a class are noted for their high stand
ard-of intelligence and honorable deal
ing, but it is a well known fact that oc
casionally you will find one that will
try to sell you. something else when
you ?all. for a, remedy of established
reputation. He forgets* that your
lie ai th is more important than his pock
For instance when you ask for Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the?great Kidney
Liver and Bladder Remedy, don't let
any druggist, drag clerk .or storekeep,
er persuade you into buying something
else in its .place, i Every time he suc
ceeds in selling you' a worthless substi
tute he make more profit, but you are
hunmbugged at the expense of your
For many years we have watched
with much interest the remarkable re
cord maintained by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root. From the very beginning, the
proprietors had so much confidence in
it that tiley, invited; every one to send
for a free sample bottle so that people
could judge of its great curative value
in even the most distressing cases of
kidney,, liver, and bladder troubles.
On another page of this paper you
will find a few oifthe letters, prompted
by feelings of heartfelt gratitude, that
are constantly corning to Dr. Kilmer &
? Company. No one can doubt such sin
cere and honest testimony,
Swamp-Root is,' prepared Only by Drw
Kilmer & Co. Laboratories, Bingham-,
ton, <N. Y^Donte experiment-If you
n?ed ? me?ici?efjro? should have, the
ie Respects- in Which an j
Editor Dif. era From the Deb
A .little boy in towa was ordered
by .hiefather .to .write an essay on
"Editors," and, here is the result:
"I don't know.. how newspapers
come to be in\ the world. I don't
think God does, for he h?int got
nothing to say about them editors
in the Bible. "I., dunk the editor is
ope of the missing links you read
of, and stayed in die bushes until
after the flood: and then came out
and wrote tte thing up, and has
peeni here, ever since. I r d?h^t think
he ever c?ies, I.never.saw a dead one
and never heard of one getting lick
je?. ?iix p^p?r is a nirghty good >
but the editor goes without an over
coaiall winter and. don*t. wear any
gloves a?^p^w'ain't .paid his sub
scription Bihc'e tt?e paper started. I
askt paw if that was why the editor
had to suck the juice out of snow*
.balls in winter, and gp to bed, when
lie had KiB.cloffcing washed in snm
iner,.And then.paw.took me out m
f^'&e.weqd ???d.ahd he. licked me
awful hird, . If the editor makes a
mistake folks say he ought to be
Vung?But if ? doctor makes any
mistakes he buries, them and people
'd?ss?nt say anything, because doc
tors can read and write Latin. I
When the editor makes a mistake |
ther? is lawsuits, and swearing and I
a .big fuss; but if a doctor makes one
there is a funeral, cut flowers and
jperfect silence. A doctor can use a
word a..yard .long without him or
?Sy , ,bp4y. . else knowing what it
?means, but if the editor uses one he
baa to spell it. If the doctor goes to
see.another man's wife hecharges
?o? the visit ; but if the editor goes
he gets a charge of buckshot. When
the doctor gets' drunk it is a case of
?beit?g oVercomle^by the heat and if
he dies its from heart trouble; when
the editor gets drunk its a case of
too much booze, and if he dies it's
the "jim jams."-Rapid River |
..Try. ..our new variety of seed
Irish potatos, the "irish Cobbler."
They, sjc. ?xtr^^early, ^ produce well
and have a delightful flavor.
Perin & Holstein.
-.- *. - r*y!fpfi$im -WV--',, fl
I Ifltill haye,. my. cleaning and.
I pressing, ropra.. jpn rt)he second door
of the ;Shepparjd Building and re
spectfully solicit the . patronage of
the people. I can clean and press |
men's clothing sp as to make them
a./pear brand new, and I also make j
a specialty of pressing ladies' skirts.
Myjprices are reasonable, andi
guarantee, satisfaction on every
job. sent out. ? also clean hats.
I respectfully ask for a share of |
Grand Jury 1909.
_Dr:CPDeVor?1C A Wells,?
E Quarles, J E Hart, W R Swear
ingen, C E Quarles, B Cantvlcu, J
L Smith, J C Harvley, L R Brun
?on, H W Crouch, B B Jones.
Those who hold; ovef; from last
year are: Thomas Slans?ll, .?WR
DeLaughter, A A \ W?lls, Walter
Smith, W "H Morgan and Jesse
100 bushels of home-raised corn
at my mill near Trenton.
' T. P. Salter.
Fine Government Jobs.
Examinations will be held this
Spring in all parts of the South for j
the position of Railway Postal Clerk.
These are well paying jobs and the
opportunity is open to our young
men to secure them through compet
itive examination which are given
by the Civil Se?rice Commission in
the various cities of the South. The I
salaries range from $800 to ?1600 a|
Fred W?nnamaker, who was for |
ll years a United States Civil Ser
vice Examiner, has opened at Orange
burg, S. C. a school of correspond
ence to train young men for these
examinations. Any one desiring
to know the requirements of ?the ex
amination for this position 'should
write to this former Examiner, and
the desired information will be giv
en by return mail. Address your]
letter as follows:
Editor The Sun,
Chic. Chic Chic.
WP have just r?-C"iv<>d ? n?w
p^rfut ie calbd . "Uhir' fhn'. v?*V
are selling m l.uik. C?u fi I un
??i'z> b U\r- \(ju wah?. Ali ive a?k
fur it 'B M 1 ri!*!.,
PhN\ <fc HOL>rKI\\
Si CC fl"*?rn To C \J P un (fe Soi?
Watch Your Money Leakages.
Seemingly trifling amounts soor?
mount up tc big ones. Try to save
at both spigot and bung hole. Bank
your money and-it cannot iret away
Your Account is Safe
only when deposited in a reliable
bank such as ours. Every depositor
is fully protected from loss by rea
son of our thoroughly conservative
methods and the known integrity of
The Farmers Bank,
of Edgefield. S. G
No. 101. One of the Best Hotels
in any country Town in the South,
14 Roora* and all appurtenances,
already furnished, well established,
well equipped, well patronized.
Situated near the business part of j
the T?wn of Edgefield, S. C. This
Hotel is known and patronized by
the T. P. A.s from all over the
No. 102. A comfortable Cottage
on Buncombe Street, in Edgefield;
No. 103. A Cozy Cottage near the
business part of the Town in Edge
field, S. C.
No. 104. Residence on Jeter Street |
in Edgefield, S. C.
No. 105. 00-acre F arm between
Edgefield and Trenton S. C.
No. lo\j. 200-acre Farm about 10
miles South of Edgefield, S. C.
No. 107. The Capt. Lewis Jones
place-70 acres beautifully located
in town of Edgefield. Purchaser
could sell almost enough town lots
to pay for the place. 2 4-roorn
No. 108. Good Farm, 205 acres
on road between Edgefield and
Parksville, 4 miles from latter place
100 acres of timbered hand, well |
watered, two good tenant houses.
' No. 108. Good farm on Parksville I
road six miles west of Edgefield con
taining 77 aores. Good , three room ]
house, good water and good pasture,
very desirable place.
Two Cottages in Edgefield.
If you have any Real Estate,
Houses, Lands for Sale ot to Buy,
or any business in Real Estate I beg
to offer my services in giving same
Let me know of your Wants and
Don't Wants'. -
huurace and Real Estate A gen
EDG?FIELD, S ?.
Stat? and County Depository
DIRECTORS , ~
J, C. SBEI'PA?B?, : AV. W. Xt>AMS,
J." H. Boi"KNKiHTf( T. H. RA?NS?OR,
J, % Co un, - B. S. HOLLAND,
A. S. TOMPKINS, C. C. FULLER
AV. E. PRESCOTT.
J. C. SHEPPARD, President.
W. AV. ADAMS. vice-President.
? > E. J; MIMS, Cashier.
J. H. ALLEN, Ass't Cashier.
Pays interest on deposits" by
. Money to Joan on liberal terms.
Prompt and polite attention to
YOUR Account Solicited
TIMMfIS & COR LEY,
SURGEON D RN f i STS.
Appointments at Trenton
OrowU'and Rriflg-e Work a Spfi inl.
Walter C. MHfler,
731 Green St., Augusta, Ga.
Thone 87. N
S JAS. S. BYRD,
i ' ' " . ?: '
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
g^Ot?ce over Post-Office.
James A. Dobev,
Johnston, S. C.
Office over News-Monitor Office.
J. H. P. ?0PER
Edgefield, S. C.
Rhode Island Reds,
Eggs $1.50 per 15 .'>
Place Your Orders ?arly.
p Flock headed by birds from
Eggs $1.50 per ?5
Best results obtained from carly
hatchings. Order Now
J. P. BATES I
jEdgefield, S. C.
A nice new line of
vDRY GOODS AND NOTIONS
A complete line of Hardware and Plantation
Am handling Georgia Chemical Works' Fer
tilizers, and solicit your business.
Clark's Hill, S. C.
We handle j
Southern States Phosphate &
Fertilizer Co's. Goods.
P. & F.
Augusta High Grade /
Acid Of All Grades
These goods are now in the warehouse ready for delivery
Jones & Son
Your fertilizer for this season bc sure to see us.
We are handling all grades and your orders will
be filled promptly. Here's to a fine crop in Edge
field County. We sell the BEST, BRANDS of
arnmoniated goods and the best acids.
We carry a full stock of f?rocejies and
We make a specially of Fancy Groceries and can fin
your.orders promptly at very reasonable prices. '
The very best bread and rolls twice a week by\express
Fresli Cabbage Plants FoiH^Sale.
T. P. LYON & CO.
We are ready to shoe the
men and/tors with the
New Spring Styles in all pf
the mos]t popular, shapes,
and leathers. Try ? pair,
Has closed, bnt we are still selling
?.ll Winter doods at very LOW prices, ;
by buying from us.
For All Crops and For
The Fertilizers That Have T?een
Known For Over Forty Years And Profi
tably Used P>v Two Generations of
The Fertilizers That Contain The
Right Materials and Make Your
Charleston S. C.
. Ask For "ETIWA?"
For Sale by W. W. ADAMS & CO.
\ Bradley's Quality. ?
g The farmer who buys BRADLEY'S FERTILIZERS purchases and
^ recedes with every pound of every brand something, the value of
fl which cannot be reckoned in dollars and cents, viz. : the direct appli
cation in the manufacture of the Bradley Brands of all the Dest
knowledge possessed by mankind on the subject of practical fertili
Whatever the Crop -
or the conditions under which it is raised, we can furnish
# Best Fertilizer
for it. In buying our products you gain all the benefit of ?ur expe- d
riments in practical agriculture, covering mor? than the third ol a*
century and checked by the experience of hundreds of thousands of
farmers who have used 1
Fertilzers with unvarying satisfaction upon all kinds of crops and un
der all the varying conditions of soil and climate. <
B. D. Sea Fowl Guano. Bradley's Superpotash Acid Phosphate
Bradley's XX Ammoniated Dissolved Bone. Bradley's Potash C'm'p'd.
Bradley's Cotton Fertilizer Bradley's Dissolved Phosphate
Bradley's High Grade Guano Bradley's High Grade Acid Phosphate.
Bradley's X. X. X. Acid Phosphate.
FOR SALE BY:
W. W. Adams & Company.
Edgefield, S. C.
And controlled by the
Ashepoo Fertilizer Company, Charleston, S. C.