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-a the great thing in this
.?orid is not-so mach where we
rf stand, as in what direction we
I are 'moving,-HOLMES.
Barnwell comity claims the dis
tinction of having the largest as. J
para gus farm in the country. One
grower has SOO acres planted in
this popular spring ]vegetable eye?y
Who would have thought that a
cock-fight would haye I den held in
Greenwood county? It must have
been pulled'off in that portion that]
was cut from Abbeville, and not
in the part that Edgefield" con
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South Carolina's homicide record
during the past few weeks is in
deed alarming. Those in authority |
should do everything in their pow
er to stay the hand of the assassin.
Speedy trials and speedy execu
tions, in case of guilt, will have a j
The people of Dorchester seem
. to be determined, to overthrow the
* dispensary in August. The revenue
to the school fund in that county
last year from the' dispensary was
only $1.13 per pupil. What a pit
tahoe compared with the crime,
misery and demoralization wrought
by the sale of liquor!
"Uncle Sam" has been swindling
the public a long time through the
inferior quality of card board used
for postals, and has decided not
only to have a new design made for
<. ' postal cirds but to issue a better
. quality. When the existing contracts
expire a more ornate and more sub
stantial card will be issued. About
75,000,000 postals are used each
It is quite a common occurrence |
for perpetrators of . atrocious mur
ders or . other crimes to escape to
"parts J unknown." No expense
should be spared in providing some
means of trailing or tracing the
fugitives from justice. If blood
nounds can accomplish this, as has I
n fldne in some instances, every j
county should be provided with a
requisite number of nounds. Whea l
one individual commits a crime and |
escapes the penalty of the, law, even
for a time, it encourages others to
commit a similar crime, hoping to
It is encouraging" to note that j
wherever elections are held in the
interest of public schools the cause
of education always wins by large]
majorities. Whether it be the rural
school d isl ric ts yoting extra taxes
or a town voting bonds for school
improvement, the result ?is almost
always overwhelmingly in favor of
enlargement and increased support
of the schools and colleges.. This in
dicates that people of. all classes and
of every avocation are thoroughly
aroused to the necessity of educat
ing the rising generation, which
augurs well for the future pf South
Every decent, thoughtful man
and woman will approve the action,
of President Taft in leaving a
Washington theatre the other night
because of the vulgar character of
the play, and it ought to do some
thing to swell the rising tide, of pro
test against plays that corrupt and
/all manner of demoralizing shows.
Orangeburg Times & Democrat.
President Tait acquits [himself j
well, both in private life and in his
official acts. Since his nomination, I
Mr. Taft has steadily grown in the
confidence and esteem of the peo
ple. Now, just watch somebody say
the writer " is not a Democrat for
making this statement.
Mass Meetings For Fair.
A county fair association has been
organized in Col le ton for the pur
pose of holding a county fair next
fall, and in order to create enthusi
asm among the people in the enter
prise, mass meetings'will be held in
?the leading communities, at which
prominent speakers will deliver ad- j
esses in the interest of the fair.
We think this plan is a good one.
Several meetings held in this coun
ty after the crops are "laid by,"
would not only advance the inter
est of Edgefield's county fair but
would be of 'benefit to. the people.
A discussion of the ia^ricultural in
terests of tne county) entirely di
vested of politics during this off
year, would be attended with ex
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Dr. D. A. J. Bell Writes of the
Meriwether Homicide. Com- '
mends The Advertiser.
I would not refer to the articles
of Messrs. Johnson and McKie,
published in last week's Chronicle,
bat for the fact, that I said in this
correspondence at the time that the
killing of Georgia Ann Broadwater
was as brutal a murder as was ever
committed in South Carolina. Now
comes Mr. Johnson and says it was
"no murder," "merely an accident,
unjustifiable perhaps but excusable."
Really isn't Bill Broadwater a nice
fellow, according to Johnson and
McKie? If he will come in, thrust
his shotgun in the homes of his oth
er sons, with the intention of killing
them, but, instead shall kill a few
more innocent negro women, they
might make Bill Broadwater a hero.
Nice fellow indeed!
I want to say that I was the first
white man to see Georgia Ann
Broadwater, that I saw her mangled
and sweltering in her own blood,
that I amputated her arm at the
shoulder joint 'in the endeavor-to
save her life, that I heard the story
of the killing fresh from the lips of
Bill's wife and his children, as well
as at the inquest, and I state delibe
rately, without fear of successful
contradiction, that the killing of
Georgia Anna Broadwater was as
cold blooded, as cowardly, as brutal
a murder as ever disgraced the an
nals of South Carolina.
It doesn't matter who Bill Broad
water's daddy or grand-daddy was,
who rained him, or with whom he
hunted, fished or played, if he fails
to stretch hemp, there will ever re
main a : tai n upon the proud escutch
eon of our native state,for the which
some one is derelict- Echo answers
The Advertiser may close its ears
now while I tell its readers some of
the good things I have heard about
it. One man says its as good as a
religions paper; another that it is
clean and wholesome, and I say, that
I admire it not alone for the enter
prise manifested in the great im
provement of the paper but because
it stands for something. The Adver
tiser preaches sobriety, and proves
its faith by its works, in that, at a
pecuniary loss, it refuses to publish
liquor ,? ads." I love to see a man
believe something and then stand
by it. TheAdvrtiser is 'agin" li
quor and proves it. It should be in
every home in Edgefield county.
Messrs. Joe Henry Elkins, and
Nixon "Dorn, Alumni of Furraan, at
tended commencement and report a
Miss Martha Dorn has returned
from a visit to her Alma Mater, the
Mrs. John Branson and her pret
ty grand-daughter, Miss Lizzie Ed
monds are on a visit to relatives in
>; Mrs. Clide Harvely, of Fairfax,
is visiting her mother, Mrs. Ada
Judge Blackwell and his consta
ble, Mr. J. A. Harvely, were tele
graphed for yesterday,by the negroes
of Bethany, (Bill Broadwater's
church) Meriwether, S. C. to come
down and help them catch blind ti
We are informed that Judge
Blackwell told the negroes that if
they failed to put down the trafile
he would close their' church as a
D. A. J. BELL, M. D.
Do You Get Up
With a Lame Back?
Kidney Trouble Kales Toa Miserable,
Almost everyone knows of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and
!l_* , bladder remedy, be
fe' i ^Jr$ I li canse of its remark'
I able health restoring
L properties. Swamp
?7Root fulfills almost
every wiall in over
pain in the back, kid
neys, liver, bladder
ana every part of the
urinary passage. It
corrects inability to
hold water and scalding pain in passing it,
or bad effects following use of liquor, wine
or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to go often
through the day, and to get up many
times during the night
Swsmp-Root is not recommended foi
everything but if yon have kidney, liver
or bladder trouble, it will be found jost
the remedy yon need. It has been thor
oughly tested in private practice, and has
proved so successful that a special ar
rangement has been made by which all
readers of this paper, who have not al
ready tried it, may have a sample bottle
sent free by mail, also a book belling
more about Swamp-Root, and h.-.. tc
find out if yon have kid
ney or bladder trouble.
reading this gea^row
offer in this paper and
scad your address to
Dr. Kilmer & Co., "Em* 7!Shb?&*
B?nghasrton.N.Y. The regular ^ty.-cefil
and one-dollar size bottles are sold bj
all druggists. Don't make any mistake
but remember the name. Swamp-Root,
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and1, the ad<
dress,Binghamton,N, Y,,on every bottle
There is no better buggy on, th?
market for the money than thc
BLackney buggy, ? car o$ 40 bug
g ie s just received,
Ramsey <& Jopas,
Fresh oiX, meal and shreded
Very Beautiful Home Wedding.
The elegant home of Mr. and
Mrs. A. S. Tompkins on Columbia
street was the scene of a quiet but
very beautiful wedding Tuesday af
ternoon at five o'clock, the occasion
being the marriage of their daugh
ter, Marie Lucile to Mr. Augustus
Summerfield Merriman, of Sumter.
Dr. C. E. Burts officiated. *
A very elaborate wedding had
teen planned but the recent bereave
ment of the family caused a change
of plans. Instead of. the hundred
and more relatives who had been in
vited to be presen c, only the imme
diate members of the two families
witnessed the ceremony.
There were no bridesmaids or
groomsmen present. The bride en
tered the parlor upon the arm of
her younger sister, Miss Christine
Tompkins, and i:he groom upon the
arm of his uncle, Mr. I. E. Fore
man, of Macon, Ga. Miss Maxcie
Sheppard played the wedding
Soon after their marriage Mr.
and Mrs. Merriman left for Char
lotte and other points in North
Carolina, where they will spend a
fortnight before going to Sumter.
. The relatives and friends of these
two happy young people in our
town, as well as those in other
parts of this state and in North
Carolina, could not be present but
they sent scores upon scores of
beautiful tokens of their esteem and
affection. A larger or handsomer
assortment of painting, cut glass,
hand painted china fand silver we
have never seen in Edgefield.
?It is with keenest regret that
Edgefield gives up the bride, her
gentle manner, lovable disposition,
beautiful traits of character and
sterling qualities, having won for
her an abiding place in the affec
tiop/of our people. The handsome
groom, who resided in Edgefield
before graduating at the South
Carolina Co-Educational Institute
is a model young man, of whom
nothing too good could be Said.
He holds a lucrative and responsi
ble position in one of Sumter's
banks. The Advertiser extends con
gratulations and sincerest good
Ob served Flower Mission Day.
Friday afternoon at 4:80 o'clock,
the Woman's Christian Temperance
Union and a number of invited
friends assembled at the home of
Mrs. Beauregard Timmons to cele
brate Flower Mission Day. This oc
casion is observed every year on or
near the 9th of June in memory of
Jennie Casseday, the originator of
the Flower Mission. On that day
each member is expected todo some
deed of unselfish kindness for some
one ia need or distress, some lonely
or suffering one, either by a visit, a
letter, flowers, and more substan
' Mrs. T?mmons?v beautiful lawn
was a picture with} its many tables
and. comfortable seats and the in
viting; bowl of firuice which was
served to each guest .as they ? enter
ed, i The interior was beautifully
decorated with an abundance of
flowers and white, the emblem of
the org?nii'ati?n. The program was
as follows: "There are lonely hearts
to cherish" by a choras.
Heading of verses from souvenir
text cards by twelve ladies. Read
ings, "Missions of the blossoms"
"Frances Willard and the lamp
lighter" and "Increase the common
joy." A very appropriate poem,
'Bring flowers, by Mrs. Hemans was
recited by little Onida Pattison.
Miss Lylie L?Grone, of Johnston,
gave a beautiful selection well suit
ed to the occasion.
As the roll was called each mem
ber responded by telling in what
way they had observed Jennie Cas
seday's birthday, and it was very
Interesting to hear "the many ways
in wt ic).i sunshine had been dis
pensed .on that day. The exercises
closed with a chorus and a short
prayer by Rev. P. P. Blalock. As
soon as the program was finished
all repaired to the lawn where re
freshments were served. The Wo
man's Christian Temperance Union
has a membership of all ages, the
young and the old. There were pres
ent on Friday afternoon three ladies
over seventy years of age. As a part
of the Flower Mission work the
Woman's Christian Temperance
Union has decided to celebrate
Arbor Day by planting trees on the
new lot purchased for the Presby
Could Not be Better.
Nc one has ever made a sa?.ve,
ointment, lotion or balm to compare
with Bueklen's Arnica Salve. Its the
one perfect healer of cuts, corns,
burns, braises, sores, scalds, boilsj
ulcers, eczema, salt rheum. For sore
eyes, ppld sores, chapped hands its
supreme. Infallible for piles. Onlj
25o at W E Lynch & Co., Penn ?
Holstein, successors to G ^ Penn &
Son drug stores.
.toot loss of flesh in babies
a?a children and in adults
in summer as well as winter.
Some people haye gained a
pound a day while taking iL
f*kf> jf i fl ? Jlttlo odd ira tor or milt.
An Interesting Letter Giving
All of the News From the
Mrs. Charles Talbot, nee Miss
Lucy Miller, and her pretty little
(laughter, after a pleasant, month's
stay among relatives here, returned
to their home in Augusta last Satur
. The stork came to the home of Mr.
and'Mrs. Butler Hammond three
weeks ago, and left there a baby
Mr. Tom Mathis, of Red Hill,
was a guest at the-home bf Mr; and
Mrs. E. B. Mathis last Sabbath.
Mrs. Luther Dorn, of Faifa, ac
companied by little Miss Estha, has
gone to Columbia on a visit to her
Messrs. John and Nixon Bunch,
of North Auguste, are guests of
their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs.
P. H. Bussey, near Effie..
Miss Ida Miller, one of .Collier's
prettiest and most attractive young
ladies, returned last Saturday .from
a visit to her sister, Mrs/Wallace
Miller, near Ropers.
Mrs. J. T| Mathis and. her sw^et
little daughter, Mamie, "are home
again after a pleasant week's visit to
Mrs. Mathis' parents near ;Modoc.
Mrs. Traves Dom, Jr., and her
little son, T. J., are visiting Mrs.
Dora's mother and sister at Jenkins,
Ga.** , v
Mr. J. C. Whatley' of North Au
gusta, a former resident-at Faifa;
was a recent visitor to relatives in
this community. Mr. Whatley thinks
the days much longer here than
they are yi North Augusta. s
Themany friends of Mrs. Jnlia
Hammond will be glad to learn that
she is convalescent from her recent
\Mr. Harris Mathis, son of Mr.
and Mrs. D. T. Mathis, returned
home from Edgefield on.the twenty
fourth of May bringing with him
his diploma, he having graduated
from the S. C. C. I. the past session.
Wc know not-what profession this
gifted youngman wiflxhooseforhis
life work, but being v?ry ambitious,
as well as persevering and conscien
tious we feel sure that he' will make
his mark in life. .
Miss Mattie Lyon, ? pretty young
lady from Edgefield, is visiting at
the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr
and Mrs. Jack Hading, and is being
mest affectionately greeted'by her
many Collier's friends.
The friends of Mr. W. 0. What
ley will be sorry to know that he is
ill with malarial fever.
Mrs. B. M. McKie arid' son, Mr J
Willie McKie, ' of Beech Island^
spent last week at their old home
near Collier, the guests.of Mr. and
Mrs. J. JJ. Perdue.. s They are spend
ing this week at the home of Mrs.
McKie's son, Mr. H. W. McKie.
Mrs..Maryw?*?rdue, of Augustans
visiting relatives and friends in this
Messrs. Joe, Tom, and Crafton
Hammond attended.the W. '0. W.
memorial services at Rec '"Hill :l'ast|
Sabbath. - "ii
Miss Annie May Wims," V Faifa
is visiting in Augusta and North
Mr. P,. H. Bussey, Jr,,, who has
been away for many months in a dis
tant state engaged in "teaching the
young idea how to shoot" has re
turned home and is being most cor
dially received by his many friends
at Effie and Faifa. N\>
Misses Lucile Whatley, Sallie
Bussey and Ruth Hite and .Master
W. O. Whatley, all students of the
S. C. C. I.,are at home for the vaca
A very beautiful marriage was
solemnized last Wednesday afternon
the ninth instant,at the home of the
bride's brother, Joseph M. Miller.
The contracting parties being Miss
Lena Miller, of Collier, and Mr. T.
B. Gilchrist, of Rehoboth. The
parlor whichwas. darkened and lit
up by artificial light was;beautifully
decorated with smilax $hd palms.
The color scheme,, blue |and white
was most tastefully carried out. By
three o'clock the large number of
invited guests ' had arrived and
promptly at half past three, to ' the
beautiful strains of Mendelssohn's
wedding march,^played by Miss
Nona Mathis, the bridesmaids and
their attendants entered the parlor
and took their places on>?ither side
, of the large and beautiful
? white bell which was suspended
, from the ceiling iii the center of the
. of the room. They were immediate
ly followed by the bride and, groom
who took their places beneath the
bell. The bride's uncle then in
a very impressive manner, perform
ed the marriage ceremony ably assist
; ed by Rev. J. T. Littlejohn, the
1 pastor of the young couple. The
! bride was beautiful in a white silk
1 mull dress, made princess style.
1 The groom wore a black dress suit.
1 The bridesmaids were prettily dres
[ sed in white. Immediately after
the ceremony, the bride changed her
' wedding dress for a very becoming
traveling suit and at "half-past five
I o' clock the happy young couple ac
. ! companied by the bridesmaids and
their attendants left for the home
of the groom's mother af. Reb^ob, oth,
where a beuatif ul reception wasg^y.
en them. The bride is a youpg wo;
man, beautiful and attractive jn face
and icharacter. The groom is g
prosperous young farmer of tpe Re.
hoboth section and is a yoting man
of sterling worth. Mr. and Mrs. Gil
christ were the recipients of a great
number of beautiful presents which
demonstrates the esteem-in which
this popular young couple is held.
Mrs. J. T. LaSiire and her prettj
daughter, Miss Mamie,went on a vis
it to. the former's sister, - Mrs. Mc*
Gee, near Cle?ra last-Friday, return"
ing home the following Sunday.
The recent protracted rains while
greatly benefittihg the growing
crops was a stimulant to the grass
as well, and the farmers of this sec
tion are working heroically to de
stroy this "pesky enemy" of - their
Mr. Walter Harris, of Augusta,
Ga., is visiting his sister, Mrs. D. T/
Mrs. J. .NY. Grafton accompanied
by her son, Master John Neil and
Miss Sunie Hammond, went to Edge
field last Saturday shopping,
ft Mrs. G. D. Mims,who has been ill
for many months, was carried to
Augusta two weeks ago. She is
Miss Ami nee Cartledge, a beauti
ful and attractive young lady of
Collier, is .visiting friends and rela
tives at Clark's Hill, this week.
Mrs. I^ugh Gardener, from North
Augusta, was among the visitors to
Collier last week. She came up to
attend the marriage of her sister.
Mrs. J. L. Miller-having grown
very much worse her relatives from
Edgefield and Johnston were sum
moned to her bedside on last Fri
Messrs. D. D. Brunson and Ed
Dukes are frequent visitors in the
Quite a number of the Collier
young people attended the picnic at
Dr. Prebeott's and report having had
a most delightful time.
Little Jewel Hammond, the sweet
little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.
T. Hammond, is quite sick with
The W. C. T. U. will hold their
regular meeting on the twenty-sixth
at Peace Haven. .
Let. us supply you with garden
seed. We sell both Buist's and Fer
ry's seed. Either will give perfect
Women Who Are Envied.
Those attraptive women who are
lovely in face, form and temper are
the envy of many, who might be like
them. A weak, sickly woman will
be nervous and irritable. Constipa
tion or kidney poisons show in pim
ples, blotches, skin eruptions and a
wretched compl?xion. For all such,
Electric Bitters work wonders
They regulate stomach, liver and
kidneys, purify the blood; give
strong nerves, bright eyes, pure
breath, smooth, velvety skin, lovely
complexion. Many charming women
owe their health and beauty to
them. 50c at W E Lynch & Co.,
Penn & Holstein, successors to G
L Penn & Son drug stores.
" Have you ever tried our "Blue
Ribbon" bedsprings? A trial will,
satisfy you that there is nothing
superior. ^ '
Edgefield Mercantile Co.
Now that spring is here why not
take up the worn out matting and
cover your floor with new attractive
matting. Call and let us show you
our beautiful assortment.
Ramsey & Jones.
Having sold The Edgefield News,
I will resume the active practice of
law. I will, also, loan money on im
proved farm and town property.
Wm. P. Calhoun,
Edgefield, S. C.
Trouble Makers Ousted.
When a sufferer from stomach
trouble takes Dr. King's New Life
pills he's mighty glad to see his
dyspepsia and indigestion fly, but
more he's tickled over his new, fine
appetite, strong nerves healthy
vigor, all because stomach, liver and
kidneys now work right 25c at W
E Lynch & Co., Penn & Holstein,
successors to G L Penn & Son.
A Thrilling Rescue.
How Bert R Lean, of Cheny,
Wash., was saved from a frightful
death is a story to thrill the world.
,'A hard cold," he writes, "brought
on a desperate lung trouble that
baffled an expert doctor here. Then
I paid $10 to $15 a visit to a lung
specialist in Spokane, who did not
help me. Then I went to California,
but without benefit. At last I used
Dr. King's New Discovery, which
ompletely cured me and now I am
cs well as ever. For lung trouble,
aronchitis, coughs and colds, asth*
ba, croup and whooping cough its
mpreme. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle
suee. Guaranteed by W E Lynch &
fro., Penn and Holstein, successors
O G L Penn & Son drug stores.
There ?re more llrl'nll I'nlliM'.M iniH? Um
Blain tluui vf .?v "Hi t u |.r di l-. 1 lib la
account ul ilieu it>le, anhiidcy and MII.^. .?ly.
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(Bore ?lill? ItheT? li. . >.. " 1- . '.'.SI ? '
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numb r, ft cnn'-?. I r?i.iie*iiber.|seUii M?i;*U I.
tern I-'rrr. S? ..cri e tid.iy
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liber . 1 c??li nunn ix?. >. I. lem i .....lul ne. iltei
aient) ai-l Plein'1 ''a?M . * (.Inn...if piamiuh
?COI H f b. Adules? l at McC ALL CU.. New Yo
Our Chocolate Soda is made with
Huyler's Chocolate, the same as is
used at the fountains of their fifty
retail stores and known the world'
over for its deliciousness of flavor.
W. E. Lynch $.Co.
Quality counts in coffee as in
everything else. . Try our Golden
Bio coffee, and be convinced.
W. E. Lynch & Co.
Easter millinery. Better choose
your hat early. ? beautiful display
of the very newest New York and
Paris styles are now ready at
Rubenstein's Millinery Department
For Sale: I will sall cheap a
Washington press in good condi
tion, roller stand and rollers.
Wm. P. Calhoun.
This is the season to give your
chickens a tonic. We can supply
you with Pratt's Poultry Food and
Stock Powders. Nothing better.
Cheaper Mineral Water.
We have a large supply of G lenn
Springs and Harris Lithia water.
We sell the Glenn Springs water at
81.75 for five gallons and the Har
ris Lithia water at $1.50.
Penn & Holstein.
Our stock of undertaker's supplies
is always complete. Can supply
cheap and medium price coffins or
metalic cases. Our hearse responds
promptly to all calls, night or day.
Edgefield Mercantile Co.
When in need of a buggy try a
Chase or Moyer busrgy. As to the
lasting and easy riding qualities of
the Moyer buggies ask T. G.. Talbert
B L. Jones, A. A. Edmunds,Dr. J. N.
Crafton, ,W. H. Powell, W. R.
Swearengen, M. C. Parker or J. M.
Edgfield Mercantile Company,.
Full supply of mineral water
always on hand. Glenn . Springs
water $1.75 for 5 gallons and Har
ris Lithia water $1.-50 for 5 gallons.
Per n *k Holstein.
Large assortment of window^
Ramsey & Jones.
The newest and best thing on the
market in the form of a shaving
brush is the Rubberset brush. Try
one. Bristles cannot be pulled' out.
Penn & Holstein.
Do you ?have yourself? Then,
you can't afford to be without one of
those Rubberset brushes that Messrs
Penn and Holstein sell. They are
the newest and best brushes on the
Williams celebratedshaviag soap
in sticks for only 10 cents af
Penn & Holstin's.
For Sale: One 12-horse power
engine and a 15-horse power boiler
E. J. Norris.
100 sets of .buggy harness soon
to arrive. Full assortment of car
riage and wagon harness. We buy
in large quantities and our patrons
get the benefit of the advantages
Ramsey & Jones.
Lar?re stock of handsome iron
and enameled beds to select from,
with springs to fit.
Edeefield Mere antile Co
New arrivals twice each week in
millinery and all the late novelties
of the season can be foui'd in our
We Have on Hand 75 or 100
thousand feet of 1st class heart lum
ber to sell in bulk. 1 in Boarsd,
Weather Boarding, Flooring, and
Ceiling-Lumber nicely stacked and
covered. Parties desiring can write
W. A. STROM,
Pleasant Lane, S. C.
Hot Weather Goods
Our line of hot weather goods is
still complete and we have some big
values. Colored Organdies, Dimities,
Colored Muslin, Dotted Swiss, Persian,
Indian and French Lawn^.
New arrivals in Lase. New style
Sailors. Latest arrivals in Millinery,
Oxfords, Slippers, Pumps and Sandals.
25c Linen Towels a t 19c. 8c Bleach
ing 36 inches, wide 5c, 5c Sea Island
going at 3c. Make our store your
headquarters to meet your friends or
wait while in town.
We keep up with the
new styles but have
redueed prices in or
der to elose out this
season s goods before
our Milliner, Miss Ken
ner, leaves about the
first of July.
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