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?sk for Pamphl
"Willie, if you'll stop blowing
that infernal horn I'll get you any?
other toy you want."
"All right, dad, I wants a bass
Sentiment With the Mother.
The people generally sympathize
with Senator and Mrs. Tillman in
the troubles they aie having, but
the sentiment is strongly with Mrs.
B; R. Tillman, Jr., and everyone
feels that is a cruel law which per
mits one parent to take their chil
dren from the other and deed them
to someone else like so many chattel
without even consulting the othe'
and such ?aw should be repealed.
That, however, could change th?
: status of the case. We heard t
. good lawyer remark the other da>
that the supreme court could dec?an
this law unconstitutional in tha
Mrs. B. R. Tillman, Jr., had vest**
rights in the children and thes
rights could not be taken away b
statutory enactment. - Newberry
Herald and News.
Saved From Awful Peril.
"I never felt so near my grave,
writes Lewis Cham Win, of Manchu
ter, Ohio. R R No. 8. as when
frightful cough and lung troub
pulled me down to 115 pounds'
spite of many remedies and the be
doctors. And that I am alive tp-da
ii* due solely to Dr. King's Ne
Discovery, which completely cure
me. Now I weigh 160 pounds an
ean work hard. It also cured rn;
four children of croup. Infallibl
for coughs and colds, its the mos
certain remedy for grippe, asthma,
desperate lung trouble and all bron
chial affections, 50c and $1.00 A
trial bottle free. Guaranteed by
Penn & Holstein, W E Lynch &
Ready made glasses, such as yon
select for yourself over the counter,
are always alike on both eyes. Now
then if you have eyes of different
focus, rt quiring glasses of different
focus tu make them balance prop
erly, what are you going to do
about it? Will yon take chances
on getting one eye light and . have
the other one wrong, producing'
muscular trouble which you find out
too late, or will you have your eyes'
carefully tested, each eye separate
ly, and glasses fitted accordingly?
This method ia far safer and costs
GEORGE F. Ml MS,
E JgefieW, . - - S. C
I take this means
public that I am ri<
than ever for repaii
and have ordered st
I give all work my j
and am not afraid
job sent out.
It matters not wi
pair, send it to my s
will be promptly
W. R F
Rear ol? Par]
et showing prize crop
A well-known novelist who was
for years a moderate drinker writes
his experiences in McClure's maga
zine. He found in the end that it
didn't pay. "It should be borne in
mind," he says, "that I am not deal
ing with confirmed drunkenness,
drinking that has become an organ
ic necessity. Inebrity is a disease, as
as much so as tuberculosis, and
must be so considered and treated. I
im dealing with the custom of
drinking as it is practiced by the
great majority of men who drink
it all. And, for that reason, I think
'ibat testimony like mine should be
uggestive and valuable. I have ab
vdutely no prejudice against the
-ustom; and yet, though I never
.bused it, socially speaking, and am
till a worshipper of Dionysius
from afar), I do not hesitate to de
jare that moderate drinking does
I have tried it. I know. No one
. in tell me anything about its joy
nd satisfaction. I have also trieu
.tal abstinence. As a consequence
feel better, sleep better, work bat
tu*, enjoy life more, and have in
.eased my usefulness as a citizen.
Drinking is a pleasure that may
innocent, but must be paid fur
ke sitting up late to play bridge
to finish a novel; a recreation
uh something to be said' for it,
xe speeding an automobile, excit
er but dangerous; an indulgence,
;e overwork, which sometimes
ms necessary, but is seldom worth
.e price. Drinking does not pay."
A Hard Struggle.
?any an Edgef?eld Citizen Fin ds
the Struggle Hard.
With a back constantly aching.
With distressing urinary troub
Daily existence is but a struggle.
No need to keep it up.
Doan's kidney pills cure you.
One hundred thousand people en
dorse this claim.
Here is one case:
Geo. B Lee, of Lexington, S. C.,
says: "I suffered from attacks of
kidney trouble for a good many
years and during that time tried a
number of remedies. I received the
best of results from Doan's kidney
pills and I shall continue using them
in hope of a complete cure. It will
j always give rae pleasure to recom
mend this remedy to other suffer
For sale by all dealers. Price 50c
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name-Doan's and 1
take no other.
Large stock of trunks, suit cases
and traveling bags. Prices very
RAMSET & JONES.
5 of informing the
DW better equipped
* work of all kinds,
;ill more machinery.
to guarantee any|
g a Specialty.
lat you have to re
shop and the work
In South C
ale by }ff
s grown with ETIWA
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started off suddenly causing him
to fall and break his collar bone.
The death of Mr. Billie Hazel,
which occurred here on last Mon
day at tbj home of Dr. Ben L.
Allen, was a very sad one. He had
always made Johnston his home up
to two years ago, when he moved
to Spartanburg, that his two sons
might enter Wofford college. Dur
ing the time, Mr. Hazel traveled in
interest of his business and it was !
while on a trip here, Friday that he
suffeied from a stroke of paralysis
on the street. He was taken to the
home of Dr. Allen and his family
telegraphed for. He seemed some
better on Saturday and it was hoped
that there was some chance for his
The interment took place on
Tuesday afternoon in the cemetery
here, and was attended by a larg?
concourse of friends.
Teacher - Yes, Willie, every Iii
tie boy has a chance to beconu
Willy-My brother hasn't.
Teacher - Why?
Willie-'Cause he sold me his
chance for three cents.
Looked Like His Father.
' William had just returned from
college, resplendent in pegtop trous
ers, silk hosiery, a fancy waistcoat
and a necktie that spoke for itself,
says Lippincotts. He entered the
library where his father Mas read
ing. The old gentleman looked up
and surveyed his son. The longer
he looked the more disgusted he be
.'Son/' he finally blurted out,
"you look like a damn fool."
Later, the old major who lived
next door came in and greeted the
boy heartily. "William," he said,
with undisguised admiration, "you
look exactly like your father did
twenty years ago when he came
back from school!"
"Yes," replied William with a
smile, "so father was just, telling
to sell you small town lots
Country farms, demand good.
12-room house in Edgeiield
with 1 acre land
10-room house with 70 acre
as Lewis Jones place.
Home Real Estate Agency
E. J. NORRIS, Mgr.
Notice To The Public;
This is to state that Policy
No. 3537 of the Phoenix Insu
rance Company, of Brooklyn, New
York, has been lost or stolen from
my offi?'e, and the Phenix Insurance
Company places the public on no
tice that it will not recognize lia
bility under said policy. If same
is found, please return it promptly
to my office.
E. J. Norris, Agent.
Jan. 31, 1910.
Lost, Strayed or Stolen.
One blue-speckled hound dog,
bushy tail, little tan on cars, named
"Blue." $5.00 reward for his re
Dr. W. Luther Jones,
Edgefieldy S; C. ?;.
?arolina In 1909 were made with
W. Adams & Compa
N fertilizers and method of cultivation.
the Farmers Need.
WHEN you buy an i ic p?e m en ty bu want the best,
especially when you can get the best on the
market at a verv reasonable orice.
Want ..to call your especial at
tention to Deere's Universal
Disc Harrows :-: ;-: :-:
They are not only strong, oeuig made of tue best
material, but they are Adjustable and Reversible.
Call and Itt us explain to the advantages that the
Deere harrows ha\e ovei otner harrows on the
market. Can surnish any disc.
THE DEERE STALK CUTTER.
is an implement that is being appreciated and valued
more highly by farmers each succeeding year. One
great advantage this cutter offers is the elimination
of the jolting and jarring to both driver and team.
Heavy spring? are so attached and adjusted as to
bnak the fo**ce of the coestant jolting of the blades.
The Deere Stalk Cutters have steel firmes and can
stand the roughest.
We want to keep in close touch with the farmers
and will .always take groat pleasure in explaining
evvry detail of the implements we sell.
It should be the chief aim of the progressive
farmer to equip his farm with implements and ma
chinery that will miuimize labor and at tlfe same
time do the work in the best possible manner. We
stand ready to co-operate with them in accomplish
ing this purpose. Call to see us when yod come tc
JJff"All points for this plow that break will be re
placed with new ones.
STEWART and KERNAGHAN,
Parker Building, _Edgefield, S. C.
Also Ftiwan Almanac, Calendar,
Stoves, Ranges, Heaters,
Do you not need a new cook stove, Range, Heater or Grate?
Wo would like for you to see our stock and get our pri?e8
before buying. Drop in and let us show you.
We are local agents for the Charlotte Steam Laundry.
Your patronage solicited.
ES & SON.
19G9 Banner Year
Xotwithstanding the panic sind other
business drawbacks, our sales were
larger than any previous year.
We are better prepared than ever
to serve you and can give you your
morie) 's worth every time.
Agents for Sucrene Feed.
ARRINGTON BROS &C0
863 Broad St., Augusta, Ga*
Let Us Supply You J
With groceries os all kinds. We have a large |
supply of both HEAVY and FANCY GROCERIES ?
at very ref sonable prices. |
We also carry a good assortment of Tinware, |
glassware and crockery. If we haven't got what |
you want we will order it for you :-: :-:
Cabbage Plants fresh from the Coast by jj
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Special sale of new white goods for
i case 36-inch Paiama Clote 15c value 10c
" 36-inch Madras 15c value at 10c
" 44 English long cloth 15c v?lue at Ioc
<: " Cambric '5c value at ioc
t? " Bleached muslin 12 i-2c value at Ioc
These figures are for spo-. cash only.
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