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y piece of
Beady 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
foons, requiring glasses of different
foons ta make them balance prop
erly, what are yon going to do
aboutit? Will youNtake chances
on getting one eye light and have
the other one wrong, producing
muscular trouble which yon find out
too late, or will you have your eyes
carefully tested, each eye separate
- ly, and glasses fitted accordingly?
This method is far safer and costs
GEORGE F. MIMS,
Edgefieid, - - - S. C.
Pony suitable for a child, at a
J. H. Cantelou.
. Every farm should be equipped
with a good Bell. Shipment just re
ceived and marked at very reason
Stewart & Kernaghan.
Fresh from Buist's seed farm-a
full assortment of garden seeds.
Buist's never fail to germinate well.
Nothing better on the market.
the Want Thereof In These Hard end
Merciless Times," contains a li?t of
articles obtainable for a penny in the
days of Charles XI. Tb est inclnds "~a
dish of coffee to quicken your stom
ach and refresh your spirits," "a fair
cucumber" and "portions of such com
modities as nuts, vinegar, grapes, cake,
onions and oatmeal'' Tbs catalogue
of pennyworths obtainable at an
apothecary's Is a lengthy one and in
cludes "lettuce to make you sleep,
mithridate to make yon sweat and ani
seed, which may save your life in a
fainting or swound."
This Io- the way of recreation "for ?
penny yon may see any monster, jack
anapes or those roaring boyes, the
lyons; yon may bear a most eloquent
oration upon our English kings and
queens If yon listen to him who keeps
monuments at Westminster; yon may
fears all the news In England and
other countries of murders, floods,
w?chse, fires, tempests and wbn not
fa tbs weekly nawsbooks."- condon
-The Mshsfsny Tr**.
There ls ns- such thing as a forest
of mahogany. Tbs mahogany tm
Uves by sud for itself alone. It stands
solitary of tts ?pedes surrounded by
tbs smaller trees and dense under
growth of tbs tropical forest, rearing
Its bead above tts neighbors. Two
tress to tbs sere is a lib?rai estimate
for mahogany "finds." More frequent
ly perhaps only one tree will be found
overa larger stretch of territory. True
mahogany ls the only species of the
Swistania mahogany the name Swie
tenia haying been given to lt In honor
of the celebrated Baron von Swieien.
physician % to Maria Theresa. It ls dis
tinctly a native of tropical America
and frequently towers to a height of
100 feet; tho trunk being often twelve
feet In diameter. It ls of exceedingly
slow growth, and the time of Its ar
riving at maturity ls probably not-less
than 200 years. Occasionally small
specimens bare been found lb south
British Julius Casssrs.
. Julius Caesar, who on ons of the
closing days of August in 05 B. C.
landed on tbs Kentish coast bas bad
many British namesakes, including s
great cricketer, but the best known is
Julies Caesar, master of the rolls un
der James L, about whom Lord Clar
endon In the first volume of bis his
tory tells tho amusing story, "Hemem
ber Caesar.!''' The unpopular Earl ot
Portland sat up all night In a barri
caded house with his friends and re
tainers armed to the teeth because he
found in his pocket a sup of paper
bidding bun* "Remember Caesar."
which really bad reference not to the
sssassinstioQ of tbs Roman statesman,
but to some preferment promised to s
son of Sir Julius Caesar. The tomb
of Sir Julius Caesar, with a quaint
epitaph bi legal phraseology, bi among
the many enri?os monuments of St.
Helen's, Blabepstf3te.-LosdoD Falsity
.vfford to guarantee positions because we always
ore calls for bookkeepers, stenographers, cashiers,
possibly supply. Our work is so thorough,
. well trained, that business men are always
. Our big free illustrated catalogue will
mf^rmation in regard to our college.
?ara While you Learn.
"udents in our Model Office Department earn from
day while going right alone with their course. No
jess college ?fters you any such opportunities as this,
i* business college has the same high grade equipment,
Jaried teachers, and great reputation of our Atlanta
ge. We also teach by mail. Write today for full particulars.
Draughon's Practical Business College,
We are showing a full line of Men's Oxfords.
All styles and all of the popular
leathers. Can fit you in
CROSRETT or SELZ
Oxfords. Drop in
and see our new Spring suits and hats
DORN & MIMS
Clothiers and Furnishers.
If 9,896 Farmers
and planters told you that their yields per'acre
of cotton, corn, tobacco, wheat, fruits, peanuts,
rice, sugar cane and truck crops were greatly
increased and even doubled
_.- - j i.iuj un yu ur own laiuir TTXT nave many
"thousands of un-asked-ior letters from farmers blessing
the day they bought Virginia-Carolina Fertilizers. Many
of these letters are in our 19 io Farmers' Year Book, which
can be had free of your dealer, or by mailing us the coupon
SALES OFFICES I
Ital ai uti Co??aa
ViaomiA CAIOUJU CKUICAX.
Piene tend ac a copy ot roar 191a
Fara ten' Tear Beck Ire? of cost.
ticBaooa', Vt. Atlanta, Cc
Horfolk, Va. Varas aa*. Go.
Colaabia. 8. C.
Darkam, M. C.
Winfton-Salea. Et. C.
Ckarleetoa, 3. C.
The Rural Mail Comes Once a Day
THE TELEPHONE keeps you in touch with
neighbors, friends and the city every minute
of every day. Progressive farmers through
out the South are installing telephones in their
homes and connecting with the Bell System. The
cost is low; the service is satisfactory.
Write today to the nearest Bell Telephone
Manager for pamphlet, or address
Farmers' Line Department
S4HLTK1N BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH Cj). ?
42 SOUTH PRYOR STREET, ATLANTA, OA U
Enter The Advertisers Corn
J R Moss, Trenton.
P B Whatley, Collier.
W H Ryan, Modo_c.
Martin Medlock, Meriwether.
W E Lott, Pickens.
" J C Lewis, Johnston.
W T Kinaird, Edgefield
J W Kemp, Edgefield.
S T Williams, Blocker.
W J Harlin's, Collier.
P H Bussey, Red Hill.
J S Rodgers, Johnston.
Hold-over Grand Jurors:
B B Jones,
W R Swearingen, -
J L Smith.
Petit Jury, 1st Week
A A DeLaughter, Meriwether.
J L> White, Hibler.
J M Prescott, Collier.
- W R Parks, Modoc.
J A Prince, Modoc.
J S Bruce, Ward.
J W Workman, Johnston.
W J Clark, Ward.
W P Johnson, Johnston.
J W Dorn, Pickens.
O D White, Hibler.
J S Holmes, Collier.
E B Williams, Blocker.
E T Christian, Modoc.
C E Cogburn, Elmwood.
B T Bo?twright, Johnston.
W R Gilchrist, Talbert.
W J \yhite, Plum Branch.
O P Reese, Meriwether.
C M Ergle, Johnston,
W T Quarles, Red Hill.
J L Hart, Edgefield.
Ed. Harrison, Irenton.
M E Padgett, Pickens.
E M Bunch, Meriwether.
J Chalmers Buzhardt, Elmwood.
W E Hurling, Blocker.
RL Prince) Collier.
J Walter Sawyer, Johnston.
L D Swearingen, Wisc.
G E Morris, Johnston,
? H Miller, Trenton.
J T Reese, Modoc.
C A Wells, Wise.
JE Jomton, Red Hill.
J A Lyon, Plum Branch.
Petit Jury, Second Week.
W H Pardue, Trenton,.
J DQuarles, Red Hill,
A B Franklin, Wards,
Bradley Hite, Johnston, v
H Banks, Plum Branch,
W M McDaniel, Modoc,
W W Adams, Wise,
E. C Winn, Plum Branch,
- D B Hollingsworth, Pickens,
G H Whatley, Talbert,
W F Gibson, Johnston,
M M Padgett, Trenton,
Joe Gardner, Ropers,
- -rn i-T-:ir.--^- =? -
E are grateful to the people of Edgefield county for the patronage that they h?.ve accorded
us in the past and shall endeavor to show our appreciation by giving them better service
and better values hi furniture
With the coming of I9IO we replenished every department of our
large store and are prepared to finnish your house at a very small cost.
Do you need a Bed Room Suit, Parlor Suit, Enameled Bed, Wardrobe,
China Closet. Dining Table, Dining chairs, Mattresses, Rockers. In fact,
it matters not what.you need we have it.
All we ask of you when you come to Augusta is to call at our store and
let us show you through our large stock. We can please you in variety,
quality and price,
We buy direct from the leading factories in large quantities, therefore
when you buy of us you get the advantage of these large factory purchases.
Come to see us.
E. Af. Andrews Furniture Company
972 Broad Street,
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i The . Southern : States
Life Insurance Copy. ?
I As our southern cotton mills ai'e now
I keeping our money among us, so are
I southern insurance companies.
i I represent the Southern States Life
I Insurance Company of Alabama-a
! strong and reliable company--head
JL Scott, Ward, .
J G Berry, Johnston,
J S Richardson, Johnston,
T B Gilchrist, Talbert,
D I Morgan, Talbert,
B Tunage, Plum Branch,
Tray lor Briggs, Meriwether,
J H Kemp, Wise,
M H Lott, Ward,
J M Wright, Pickens,
J H White, Johnston,
M W Crouch, Johnston,
A A Hall, Elmwood.
Notice is hereby given that the
firm of Bracknell & Baker has this
day been dissolved by mutual con
sent. All persons indebted to the
tirm will please settle with J. W.
Bracknell & Son. All persons who
nave claims against the said firm
will forward same to J. W. Brack
nell & SOP.
J. W. BRACKNELL,
T. G. BAKER.
JAS. S. BYRD,
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
0Orf? ?nW over Post-Office.
Beautiful iron and enameled beds
just what you need.
Ramsey ct Jones.
j and you
ap your own
_^u will add
% both comfort and wealth to your own
t My office is over W. W. Adams' f
J store, Edgefield, S. C.
J. B. HALTIWANGER, General Agent.
ENTER THE ADVERTISER'S CORN
CONTEST :-: :-: :-: :-: :-:
THE TRI-COUNTY FAIR
To the farmers of Edgefield, Saluda,
Aiken and Lexington counties :-:
We are offering the following prizes for the best one acre of cotton and one acre of corn in each of the above counties to be given away
the year of 1910: _ , " , .
2400 pounds of high grade guano, 1st prize. 1600 pounds 2nd prize. 1000 pounds 3rd prize.
The onlv condition is that you use any of the following fertilizers and make an exhibit at the fair in October at Batesburg:
GEORGIA CHEMICAL WORKS, Augusta, Ga. VIRGINIA-CAROLINA PE^LE, Columba, S. C.
PALMETTO FERTILIZER CO., Columbia, S. C. ASHEPOO FERTILIZER CO., Charleston, S. C.
No one exclnded. old and young, rich and poor, white and colored have the same showing. Everybody get busy and show the people
what we South Carolinians grow here in this Southland, by the use of good fertilizers, and progressive ideas in farming.
This idea was gotten up to try to improve our farming interests as well as improve the fair. ' So don't fail to taue an interest u..d try
one acre of each, cotton and cotn, and win the prize. This is in addition to the $50.00 cash prize the Fair Association oners for ene best iar.u
exhibit. (See catalogue.) Besides you can enter the contest for both the State and county prize acre ol corn with this same acre. No
cost to enter the race. Write the secretary a postal and tell him to enter your name as a winner and tell him the kind ot fertilizer you wiii
use. We want each exhibitor to be able to tell how the crop was cultivated and amount of fertilizer used, and have three disinterested
parties in your section see the cotton and corn weighed.
The Tri-County Fair Association,
M. E. RUTLAND, President W. J. McCARTHA, Secretary
Batesburg, S. C.
J. M. MALPASS, Treasurer.
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