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Statement of the condition of
TfiE UM OF EDGEFIEItD
located at Edge field, S. G., at the close
of business March 24th, 1910.
.Loans and Discounts
Furniture and Fixtures
.Other Real Estate
: Due from Banks and o
^Silver and other Coin
Checks and Cash Items
Capital Stock-Paid inc . . ?
Undivided Profits,* less Cur
rent Exr^aes- and^TaStes
Individual Deposits subject
Time Certificates of Deposit 128,372 93
* . ?
Total . $288;763^3
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA^
COUNTY ?F EI?EWELT),
Before me came ?. J. MlMS, Cash
ier of the above n^ed bank, who; be
ing duljrsworn, says .?h?t,'tne aboye
and foregoing statement is a true con
edition of said bank, as shown by the.
books of said bank.
E J. MIMS.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this the 2nd day of April 19?0.
B. B. JONES, (L. S.) Not Pub. S. C.
Correct Attest, ;
J. C. SHEPPARD,
2 W. w. ADAMS
J. M. COBB
Lostr ^Saturday, March 26tfc
>etween Edgefield and Mr. W. T*
Kinnard's a memorandum book; and
? a check, on tiie Bank, of ;Edgefield
for $195, drawn by W. W. Adams,
s payable to my order. Finder can
leave at-The Advertiser office.- I
Another car load of Pittsburgh
: Perfect Fence _just received-=*any.
(height you want. Now is the time
; to rebuild your pasture felices. Use
'Pittsburgh whc ancl you will have
no more fence troubles.
Stewart & Kernaghan.
Putout your Dnion sets as^oonJ
as th'e ground is iii order. We e?n I
pply yon with the best.
Come soon and select your new I
Easter Hat at RIVES BROS., made j
)y a comp?tent'Milliner from Balti
ive yon seenr Siuart's ciippioi
hines. Call at our store an d e x
amine them-just' Xfoat you b?v?j
Our stock of harness-is thc lar
gest that we haye /eVe? carried.'j
'agon and buggy b^rness. siiifi
<>r double, light or heavy. We bave I
my kind you'want, with "the prioaiff
Ramsey & Jones.
Hwinut's Toilet Articles.
We haye just added a complete
line of ; HudnutV c^ebra^
articles such.-as- perfumery, violet^
.water, ?p|? cream talcum-. powder,.
?ail enamel, etc There, is noth-.
ing superior to th?se on the>m?i'k?il '
Tre invite the lad^eslo.calL .
Penn & ~:Holstein.
Wesson's pure cotton;"seed oiNtf :
cooking- substitute for lafrd and
miter."ISTo greasy food, no dyspep**
i'm. Odortess and tasteless. T>?D6*?C?
.eakb, pocketbook" and domestic
itmospbere. Try ?'eari ?ti?L you will'
ilways use it-only '2b cenar?
We are jastlyi^Mroad ?f.oarsto?k
of baggies. . W[e c?rjry-, Coin m bus,
;bcock,v Tyson. ; J?nss,: Rock,
ckney and Sandford buggies,
ae variety of styles, makes-, etc., *
viii enable ns to snit every taste and
rory purse.; Hundreds ^xf jsatisfiedj
^raers praise the quality of our
Ramsey & Jones.
ern Railway to Augusta.
Account Spring. Masic Festival
8-9, 1910, the Southern Rail
way-announces reduced fares .to" Aa-.
,,Ga,, and return.. Tiokets on
le April 7th and 8tb with'final
imit retaining April 11th, 1910.
ildrep half fare. For further in
formation, apply to Southern Rail
way Ticket Agents, or,.
J. L. Meek, A. G. P. A.,
Ajex H. Acker, T. P. A.
^ Angosta, Ga
?ff?r-?oT sale a nm?-hors? port
le steam engine andshingle mill
at my farm near Elmwood. Lu m -
ber also for sale, bills. cut to order.
JOHN R. BEYAN,
Edgefield, S. C.
R. F. D. Nov ii.
The Edgefield Garage is the
Ma?w?l headquarters for
Edf e??l? and Aik?n counties
Experience has taught us that if want to transact business, have
pleasure ami avoid trouble-buy a Maxwell. It - has taught us that you
can ojier?te a Maxwell cheaper than you can feed a horse. It^rill carry
you" tner? and bri ng you back. .We have two experts in the Firm:
Bob Tidwe?l-the young man who drove the Maxwell, winning the En
durant rac? from Augusta to Atlanta, and Earnest Scott "on the spot
they willoh glad; to giveyoua demonstration. ^Gallon or write them.
We want to place oh? of enr "A A" $600 (factory price) Runabouts in
in the hands of every business man in Edgefield and Aiken counties.
Look at it! Aiiit it a Daisy?
When yon see it ran and its easy operation you'l be astonished.
Place your order now so that you will be certain to get one. Our tour
ing cars can't be beat-you owe it to your family-so come and get it.
Here it is.
We will be glad to~see you at our place of business.
We will be glad to see you at our
pfetce bf business
I STROM, SCOTT & TIDWELL
Como Billie Islip
Pure Breed e?gs fer hatching, $1.50^ per 1^5. ^Youjr^der^l
J?HM R. TOMPKINS
WE ARE READY FOR
You and the Boy
For Spring Clothes $
Don't forget our ladies . Ready-to wear department.
When in Augusta, call here, leave your packages with us to
send to th? train and make oui* store your headquarters while
in' Augusta. Augusta's largest clothing store.
The J. Willie Levy Company
824 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
To the People of the
RED HILL COMMUNITY
and surrounding district
Quarles & Melliehamp
are in a position to offer you close prices on
[ Dry goods?, heavy and fancy groceries, Planta
tion supplies and general merchandise.
We are steadily growing and so is
Werappreci?te your former patronage.
Sp?nd your money in the country, thereby
working for the general good of all.
SEE OUR 5c and 10c BARGAINS
Quarles and Melliehamp
Laundryl Laundryl! Laundry?l
Cold Spring, - - S. C
We are offering the followi
the year of 1910: .
2400 pounds of high grade g
The only condition is that y
? Noone exclnded, old and y<
what we South Carolinians gro
This idea was gotterr-up to
one acre of each, cotton and co
exhibit. (See catalogue.) B
cost to enter the race. Write
use. We want each exhibito
parties in your section see the <
M. E. RUTLAND, Preside!
W^m^W^. W<Z ri>t >:?.,: "wi"!
Cleaning and Pressing
I respctftilly notify the Edge
field public that I have , moved my
dying, cleaning and pressing room
to the ground floor of the Corner
Store's annex, and solicit a contin
uance of your patronage. We guar
antee satisfaction on every piece of
work we send out.
I represent a
strong line of Fire In
and can insure your
Your patronage will
H. A. Smith.
Pony suitable for a child, at a
J. H. Cantelou.
Full line of Levering's celebrated
roasted coffees, 15, 20 and 25 cents
per pound; also Leggett^ fancy
> B. Timmons.
Ready made glassed, such as you
select for yourself over the counter,
are always alike on both eyes. Now
then if you have eyes of different
focus, requiring glasses of different
focus to make them balance prop
erly, what are you going to do
about it? Will you take chances
on getting one eye right 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 is far safer and costs
, GEORGE F. MIMS,
Edgefield, - - - - S. C.
Every farm should be equipped
with a good Bell. Shipment just re
ceived and marked at yery reason
able prices. ,
Stewart Sc 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.
JAS. S. BYRD.
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
?^"Office over Post-0 See.
Beautiful iron and enameled beds
just what you need.
Ramsey &? Jones.
Our Steam Laundry work will go
on as formerly and will ask our old
patrons to leave work at my old(
stand, where Messrs. Abney Parks:
and Edgar Hart will look after,
Jas. E. Hart.
Come to us for your valentines
beautiful and comic, sublime and ,
ridiculous-from 1 cent to'$2.50
Rent contracts, mortgages of per
sonal property, titles to real eetate
and mortgages of real estate for sale
at this office. The legal blanks that
The Advertiser sells will stand the
test of the courts.
We will tell you in our next issue
when RIVES BROS., will show
their pattern Hat and when they
will have their regular Spring Mil
linery opening. Rives Bros. - |
To the farmers of
Aiken and Lexingt
ng'prizes for the best one acre of cotton
ruano, 1st prize. 1600 pounds 2nd prize
ou use any of the following fertilizers ar
[CAL WORKS, Augusta, Ga. VIRGIE
ETTO FERTILIZER CO., Columbia, S. (
>ung, rich and poof, white and colored h
where in this Southland, by the use of g<
try to improve our farming interests as
tn, and win the prize. This is in additioi
esides you can enter the contest for both
the secretary a postal and tell him to en
r to be able to tell how the crop was cul
:otton and corn weighed.
nt W. J. McCART
E are grateful to the pe<
us in the past and shall
and better values in fur
With the coming
large store and are pre
Do you need a Bed Rc
China Closet. Dining T
it mattel s not what you
Ali we ask of you
let us show you throng
quality and price,
We buy direct fro
when you buy of us yoi
Come to see us.
E. M And
972 Broad Street,"
All persons owing mo are re-.j
quested to come and, make settle
ment, and save me the unpleasant
task of placing these accounts in
the hands of my attorneys for col
Jas. E.- Hart. A
Excursion Rates Via Southern!
Account South Atlantic States
Music Festival, Spartanburg, S. C.,
April 13, 14, 15, 1910, the South
ern Railway announces reduced rates
to Spartanburg and return. Tick
ets on sale April 12, 13 and 14 and
for train scheduled to arrive Spar
tanburg before noon April 15, 1910,
with final limit returning not later
than midnight April 16, 1910.
Children half fare.
For further information, call on
Southern Railway Ticket Agents
or, Alex. H. Acker, T. P. A., Au
gusta, Ga. ; J. L. Meek, A. G. P. A.,
Excursion Rates Via Southern
Railway to Atlanta, Ga.
Account of Atlanta Music Festi
val, Atlanta,* Ga. May 1st to 9th,
the Southern Railway announce re
duced rates to Atlanta and return.
Tickets on sale May 1st to 7th in
clusive with final limit returning
not later than midnight May 9th,
1910. 'Children half fare.
For further information, call on
Southern Railway Ticket Agents
Alex. H. Acker, T, P. A.,
J. L. Meek, A. G. P. A.,
Webster's NEW INTERNATIONAL Dictionary,
(G. &C. Merriam Co., Springfield, Mass.)
surpasses the old International as ranch ts that
book exceeded ?ts predecessor. On the old
foundation a new soperstrnctnre has been bnilt.
The reconstruction has been carried on through
many year? by a large force of trained workers,
nader the supervision of Dr. W. T. Harris,
former United States Commissioner of Educa
tion, and reenforced by many eminent special
?ats. The definitions have been rearranged and
amplified. Tbe number of terms defined has
been more than doubled. The etymology,
synonyms, pronunciation, have received un
sparing scholarly labor. The language of
English literature for over seven centuries, the
terminology of the arts and sciences, and the
every-dsy speech of street, shop, and house
hold, are presented with fullness and clearness.
Io size of vocabulary, in richness of general
information, and ia convenience of consulta
tion, the book sets a new mark in lexicography.
400,000 words and phrases.
Vi mt to tlie pobBibtrt for Specimen Patts.
on counties :-:
and one acre of corn in each of the above counties to be given away
>: 1000 pounds 3rd prize.
id make an exhibit at the fair in October at Batesburg:
IIA-CAROLINA PEOPLE, Columbia, S.-C.
3. ASHEPOO FERTILIZER CO., Charleston, S. C.
ave the same showing. Everybody get busy and show the. people
)od fertilizers, and progressive ideas in farming,
i well as improve the fair. So don't fail to take an interest and try
i to the $50.00 cash prize the Fair Association offers for the best farm
the State and county prize acre of corn with this same acre.
iter your name as a winner ?nd tell him the kind of fertilizer you will
tivated and amount of fertilizer used, and have three disinterested
Batesburg-, S. C.
J. M. MALPASS, Treasurer.
LTSTA'S LEADING _
sple of Edgefield county tor the patronage that they h?.ve accorded '
[ endeavor to show our appreciation by giving them better service
of I9IO we replenished every department of our
pared to furnish your house at a very small cost
om Suit, Parlor Suit, Enameled Bed, Wardrobe,
able, Dining chairs, Mattresses, Rockers. In fact,
need we have it.
when you come to Augusta is to cal! at our store and
h. our large stock. We ean please you in variety,
m th?. leading factories in large quantities, therefore
.iget the advantage of these large factory purchases.
rews Furniture Company
The Farmers Bank
* ' . Of ??Edgefield" begins the
New Year with much appreciation to the public for the liberal patronage
extended to it in the past. For the New Tear, 1910, it wishes its custo
mers and patrons a prosperons^season, and asks a continuance of their 1
patronage. . ^ '
Combined Capital Surphis - - ^l??.OOO.OO
Interest paid on.deposits by special agreement. - We are ant^ri2e?s -4V
to act as guardian, administrator, trustee and accept trusts generally un
der our charter. A General banking business transacted on reasonable
terms. Prompt attention given to all business in our line.
We Solicit Your Deposit Account.
The Starr Piano Co., are the larg
est manufacturers of strictly high
grade pianos in the world. Raro
eleven acres of floor space in their
factory. Thirty acres in their lum
ber yards. Several millions of feet
of choice piano lumber always on
hand. Over five thousand pianos
are under construction at all times.
Thin company has a large num
ber of medals and other awards for
the highest merit. Took the gold
medal last year at the Seattle Ex
We are expecting several of
these instruments in this week.
(Jail and see them next door to the
Next Door to Postoffice
ARE FIRE PROOF"
npiIEY will not burn. Will not split or curl like wood shingles.
A Will not crack and roll off like slate. Will not rip at the seams
like plain tin. Neither will they rattle during high wind storms.
They never need repairs and last as long as the building. And last
of all, they make the handsomest roof and are not expensive.
STEWART & KE WAG SAN,
Edge Add S. C.
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