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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6th, 1910
Office, No. 61.
Residence, No. 17.
t Mr. Orlando Sheppard was called
to McCormick and Greenwood on
legal business last week.
Miss Lena Holley of Aiken, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. J. F. Entz
It has been repeatedly demonstra
ted that Maxwell cars are the cars
for Edgefield roads.
Dr. J. G. Tompkins and Dr. J.
S. Byrd are now driving new Max
well cars, bought from the Edge- j
,, field Garage. *r
Ladies, Mrs. Hatcher will give
six hydro-vacu treatments for one
dollar for the next two weeks.
Miss Emmie Thorpe, a pretty
? deb?tante from Aiken, has been the
guest of Misses Iris and Clair Grice
during the past week.
Why, what's the matter with Pig
Town? Buncombe has four automo- j
biles and Pig Town hasn't a single
The clerks and their sweethearts j
hail with delight the return of the
season for -early closing. On and
after April 15th, Saturday excepted,
every store in town will close at V
o'clock p. m.
Wanted: To hire, rent or pur
chase a good saddle horse at once.
John M. Mays,
' R. F. D. No. 2. Edgefield, S. C.
Congressman J. O. Patterson
voluntarily subscribed $10 for the
Boys'Corn Club". Mr. A. R. Nich
olson has about $80 subscribed in
If you want braids made, save
your combings and take them to
National Biscuit Company's Frui
Cake fresh by express. Edgefield
housewives kLow what it is.
The pipe organ that was ordered
by the baptist church early in Jan
uary has arrived and is being in
Mr. James De Yore again comes !
before the people and asks their]
suffrage for the office of county
commissioner. He was a c andidate ]
two years ago and made an exceed
ingly creditable race. Mr. DeVore J
is a good man and friends in all
parts of the county will be pleased
to learn that he has decided to en
ter the race again.
Automobile fever is raging in
Edgefield, and as the doctors are
affected with it, -there's no one to
FOR SALE : One good brood I
mare, and one sound serviceable |
mule. Prices reasonable.
. W. J. Gaines,
Trenton, S. C.
Nobby line of summer lap robes.
Ramsey & Jones.
Orlando Sheppard, Esq., and J.
? Wm. Thurmond, Esq., went to
Ridge Spring Monday on legal
business, making the trip in a tour
ing car of the Edgefield Garage.
Mr. Charles Strom announces his
candidacy this week for re-election
aa Supervisor of registration. Mr.
Strom is well and favorably,
known throughout the county
. snd has no trouble in "piing ]
up** a good majority. '.
Very large assortment of iron
and enameled beds. Will be pleased
to show you.
Ramsey & Jones.
For Rent: The Abney house in
South Edgefield;everything in good
repair. Apply to.
J. M. Cobb.
Mrs. Subbubs (who has hired a
manto plant shade trees)-Digging
out the holes, I see, Mr. Lannigan.
Lanigan-No, mum. Oi'm dig
ging out the dirt an' lavin' the
We have accepted the agency for
Babcock buggies. Large shipment
now'on the road. Call and inspect
these high-class vehicles.
Ramsey & Jones.
The Bank of Trenton makes a
splendid showing. Look over the
statement in this.issue, published.i ?
response to the call of tho State
Bank of Examiner.
The Corner Store offers some
good; values in undermuslin this
week. The ladies should read what
Mr. Turner says and then call and
inspect the goods.The garments have
quality in thc a as well as being
Mrs-. O?. B. Anderson was taken
suddenly ill with appendicitis Sat
urday and was carried to the hospi
tal in Columbia Sunday, where she
will undergo an operation..
Rev. Richard Carroll will Bpeak
in Macedonia church Friday night
of this week instead of in the court
house as announced last week. The
white and colored people are invit
ed to hear this lecture. Rev. Carroll
is an eloquent and very effective
Miss Bessie Schenk is in Green
wood visiting her sister, Mrs. M. S.
The Farmers' Union met Tues
day, but as farmers are very busy
the attendance was small.
Another name, that of Master
Thomas Shaw, son of Mr. John C.
Shaw, has been added to the-Boys'
Corn Club. There is still room for
other names. A very attractive list
of prizes will be announced in a few
days. It has been withheld in the
hope that the sum may yet be in
j The Woman's Mission Society of
the Baptist church will meet. on
next Wednesday afternoon at 4
o'clock, instead, of Friday, as usual,
in order to send in the April con
tribution before the books of the
mission boards are closed.
Mr. W. A. Byrd received a tele
gram from Atlanta Monday stating
that Mr. Percy Byrd was very ill,
having had a relapse from measles.
Dr. J. S. Byrd went to Atlanta
Mr. Julian Key has arrived from
Atlanta with his "sheepskin" and
will leave on the 15th to accept a
position with a large drug store at
Mrs. J. B. Haltiwanger left yes*
terday for Charleston to represent
the Free Library Association at the
annual meeting of the Federation of
Mr. A. A. Glover, accompanied
by s weet little Evelyn, went down
to North Augusta yesterday to see
Mrs. Glover, who is steadily im
proving at the Pine Heights Sanita
Large assortment of Trunks, Suit
Cases and Traveling Bags.
Ramsey & J ones.
We announce Mr. J. K". Griffis
this week as a candidate for re-elec
tion to the office of county commis-'
sioner. He has made a faithful and
conscientious public servant in the
past, and if re-elected will endeavor
to do his full duty in future.
Wanted : Agent to represent a
reliable old line legal reserve Life
Insurance Company, in the Town of
Edgefield and surrounding country.
Policy contracts are liberal and
winners in competition the right
man can get a good contract.
Marvin H. Booue,
Orangeburg, S. C.
Mr. W. B. Cogburn rhade a busi
ness trip to Spartanburg Wednesday
last and among other things he was
impressed with the great number of
cotton mills that are seen in travel
ing through the Piedmont section.
Large fat mackerel-just what
you want for breakfast^
Worse Than Bullets.
BulletB have often caused less
sufi erin g to soldiers than the eczema
L W Harriman, Burlington, Me.,
got in the army and suffered with,
forty years.. But Bucklen's Arnica
Salve cured me when all else failed,
he writes Greatest healer for sores,
ulcers, boils, burns, cuts wounds,
bruises and piles. 25c at W E
Lynch & Co., Penn & Holstein.
The Call of the Blood.
for purification, finds voice in
pimples, boils, sallow complexion, a
jaundiced .look, moth patches and
blotches on the skin-all signs of
liver trouble. But Dr. KingVNew
Life Pills make rich red blood; give
clear skin, rosy cheeks, fine complex
ion, health. Try them. 25c at W E
Lynch & Co., Penn & Holstesn.
SOUTH GEORGIA FARM
My Country home of 550 Acres
land, rich loam soil, ?5 miles' south
of Valdosta, Ga., on G. S. & F.
railroad, half mile from Railroad
Station, with 275 acres in cultiva
tion all stumped except few recently
cleared corners, all in high state of
high cultivation, growing both long
and short staple cotton^ corn, pea
nuts, sugar cane, sweet potatoes,
velvet beans, hay, etc.-will grow
anything. All practically under
The best quail hunting in Geor
gia, also good duck shooting on two
natural connecting lakes of about
.100 acres supported by springs,
makiug running water nice and
fresh at all times. The lakes abound
in fish of all kinds, and are famous
for the quantity of large trout that
thrill the sportsman's spul and try
The entire track is nicely drained
and has nice improvements, viz:
One 7-room dwelling, one 5-room
dwelling, 4 tenant houses, a large
barn and stable, smoke house and
two good out-houses. The best
equipped cotton ginnery for both
long and short staple cotton in this
whole section; steam evaporating
syrup plant; nice fruit trees aud
vineyard; good wells of water, and
everything that goes to make an
ideal home-PERFECTLY HEAL
Such an opportunity presents it- j
self once in a life time. Come and
see it. Seeing is believing.
Price, as described above, $20,
000.00, cash or terms.
ED. L. THOMAS,
Valdosta, - - - - Ga.
W. C. T. U. Celebration.
The Woman's Christian Temper
ance Union celebrated the birthday
of the national president, Mrs. L.
M. N. Stevens, at the home of Mrs.
J. L. Mima on Thursday afternoon.
About thirty-five members were
present. The program consisted of
a sketch of Mrs. Stevens life, quota
tions from Mrs. Stevens, a reading
and a history of the Union Signal,
of which Mrs. Stevens ip editor-in
chief and the largest weekly paper
in the world published entirely DY
women. Music was interspersed.
After the program, the guests re
paired to another room, where a
Union Signal contest, a progressive
quiz, was engaged in at six tables.
The first prize, a picture of Mrs.
Stevens, was won by Mrs. W. L.
Dunovant, and the second prize, the
Easter number of the Woman's
Home Companion, was won by Mrs.
W. E. Lott. Refreshments were
While passing along ' the street
Sunday, the writer noticed a placard
conspicuously displayed in front of
one of the stcres containing an in
scription that ran something like
this : "We greatly appreciate your
patronage during the week but
please do not give us any of your
Sunday's business." Other stares
in Edgefield should display similar
notices. Only drugs or other things
needed by sick persons should be
sold on Sunday. The ordinance
prohibiting the sale of merchandise
on Sunday should not be violated.
If it be generally known that a mer
chant refuses positively to violate
the ordinance, he will not be asked to
sell goods on Sunday.
The regular spring teachers' ex
amination for Edgefield county will
be held in the court house on Fri
day, May 6th, by order of the State
Board of Education. This exami
nation will be for both white and
colored teachers. ,
A. R. NICHOLSON,
Supt. Ed. E. Co.
The ice tea s eason is here and of
course that means you will use
Perri Walla tea. Quality and price
remain the same.
W; E. Lynch & Co.
Death of Mrs. Boone.
Early Thursday night, March
31st, Mrs. Doone, tiie beloved wife
of Mr. D. P. Boone, passed away at
her home two miles from town, after
being ill for about two weeks, hav
ing developed pneumonia in both
lungs. The interment took place in
tne village cemetery Friday after
noon, Dr. C. E. Burts and Rev. L.
D. Gillespie officiating. -
This dispensation of Providence,
the taking of A kind, thoughtful,
affectionate young mother from
three little children and a devoted
husband, can not be understood by
finite minds, yet we know that God
doeth all things well and His pur
poses will be revealed at the great
Mrs. Boone was a Christian wo
man, a member of Good Hope
church. She leaves, besides her hus
band and three small children, her
mother, Mrs. Ouzts, two sisters,
Mrs. Charlie Cheatbam and Mrs.
R. E. Morgan, and three brothers,
Messrs. J. P., W. G. and G. O. F.
To the grief-stricken husband,
our life-long personal friend, the
writer begs to offer sincerest sympa
thy in this dark hour.
We are headquarters for seed
Irish potatoes, Early Rose, Bliss,
Irish Cobbler and Green Mountain.
Ours will insure a good yield.
Buist's Irish potatoes for sued
all of the popular varieties. None
better on the market.
Penn & Holstein.
NOriCE TO STOCK RAISERS.
I have purcbatjed the beautiful
black stallion, "Monte Carlo," fror"
Mr. J. E. Mi ms and he can be fou. d
at the Crooker Shop during the
spring season, which will open
J. G. EDWARDS.
is the original^-has been
the standard for thirty-five
There are thousands of
so-called "just as good"
Emulsions, but they are
not-they are simply imi
tations which are never
as good as the original.
They are like thin milk
SCOTT'S is thick like a
If you want it thin, do
it yourself-with water
but dont buy it thin. i
FOB SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
Send 10c, mst .'of paper and this ad. for ont
beac tiru] Sariama Bank and Child' a Sketch-Book,
JEaob bask contains a Good-Look PBOAT. (
PCOTT & BOWNE. 409 Peart St, New
One Weak Spot.
Most of Edgefield People Have
a Weak Part and too Often
It's the Back.
Everyone has a weak spot.
Too often it's a bad back.
Twinges follow every sudden
. Dull aching keeps up, day and
Tells you the kidneys need help
For backache is really kidney
A kidney cure is what you need.
Doan's kidney pills cure sick kid
Cure backache and urinary ills.
Good proof in the following state
T L Jeffcoat, barber,. Barnwell
street, Aiken, S. C., says: "Doan's
kidney pills brought me relief after
all other remedies had failed. For
some time I suffered from pains
through the small of my back. I was
finally advised to try Doan's* kidney
pills and I procured a supply? After
taking them for a few weeks I was
entirely relieved and I have had no
return attack of my trouble. I hope
that other persons suffering from
kidney complaint will give Doan's
kiduey pills a trial."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50c.j
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
sole agents for the United States.
'Remember the name-Doan's and
take no other.
Auction Sale of Real Estate.
The Chester Realty Company will
sell Mr. J. B. Ilaltiwanger's property
at 10:30 a. m. Wednesday April
20th.' This property being on a
prominent thoroughfare, desirably
located and within convenient dis
tance of the school, the bidding
should be lively. The lots-12 half
lots and the'four and two-fifths-acre
lot with residence thereon-will be
sold on easy terms-one-third cash
and the balance on two years' time,
with only seven per cent interest.
Investors and home seekers should
not let this opportunity pass. Real
estate will never be cheaper in Edge
field than it is to-day.
Our millinery (
most complete in tl
the latest novelties
Baltimore in cha
goods department ;
novelties of the seal
Notice to Stock
My handsome saddle bred Stallion
Dandy Denmark will make the
spring season ai my farm near
Clark's Hill. Terms 815.00 to in
sure living will use all care
with ma- nt, but not responsi
ble fo. .dents.
Clark's Hill, S. C.
I am now carrying on the photo
graph business at my residence.
First-class work guaranteed. I will
make large craven portraits from
ll. H. MOIS.
Excursion Rates Via Southern
Railway to Washington, D. C.
Account Annual Continental Con
gress, Daughters of the American
Revolution, April 16-23, 1910, the
Southern Railway announces re
duced rates to Washington and re
turn. Tickets on sale April 13,
14 and 15, 1910 with final limit re
turning not later than midnight
April 28th. For further informa
tion, apply to Southern Railway
ticket agents, or, J L. Meek, A. G.
P. A., Atlanta, Ga.
Alex. H. Acker, T. P. A.,
When nature ren
buds and blossoms,
change of wearable
and an entire ne;w ?
in every departmen
we are showing all
waists and suits. (
the latest novelties,
prices are right.
We give here a ?
we are selling good
in our advertt?emen
i lot of 20 dozen Cascade i
affects Jaboths of pleated la wi
net edge of nice lawn, a
styles. Regular 25c value. 2
Embroidered linen collars at
Ten new designs in fcWome
embroidered linen collars in
and scolloped edges. Sizes f
to 14 1-2. Specials at
50 dozen men's regular 75
in all the newest and best \
with and without collars at
Best: light shirting calico 7c
ity at >
50 pieces best quality dress
hams 12ic values at
e have just received
pment of American
r Corsets of the new
BIS. A shape for
7 figure. _
Hies and men?' ?x
5 just arrived in all
lepartment is the
ie county, and all
arriving weekly by
it milliner from
,rge. In the Dry
you will find the
On our 8th page will be found a
notice of an election to be held in
Collier's, school district on April
23rd to vote on special levy for
school purposes. A similar notice will
appear next week for an election in
Flat Rock school district, the elec
tion to be on April 30th.
. In buying your seed Irish Pota
toes not leave off the Irish Cobbler,
the earliest variety known. Finely
flavored and cooks well.
Penn <fc Holstein.
RIVES BROS. new spring goods
and millinery will arrive this week
showing all the late novelty of the
Try a can of Our Nabob Brand
June peas. They never fail to please.
W. E. Lynch & Co.
Nunnally's celebrated candy by
The street sprinkler has been or
dered. Speek its arrival!
Ice tea tumblers $1.00 a dozen at
W. E. Lynch & Co.
Attention Census Enumerators
' We desire to* inform the census
enumerators that we have just re
ceived a complete assortment of
Waterman fountain pens that are
made to meet the demand of the
census enumerators. Nothing
better than Waterman's on the
Penn tfc Holstein.
it Store in Full bloo
ewsits foliage and adorns - itself with]
it marks the season for a complet*
is. The heavy garments must be pack*
spring outfit purchased. We are rei
rt to supply every need. In dry go<
colors in the new weaves for shh
3ur notion department contains air
Our shoes and slippers are the late!
1 new for men and boys-the styles an<
ew prices just to show how very lo:
ls. Tell your friends of what you sa'
it. Come and let* us prove every worl
New spring and summer suits,!
100 medium weight 2 and 3 piece
suits in plain and taney patterns.
Suits worth up to $15.00 at $7.50
io,dozen boys wash suits in assort?
ed colors. Military designs. Just
the thingfor spring and summer 75c
and $1.00 values at
Ladies ready-to-wear turbans
black and eolers from $1,25 to $5.1
5 pieces 52-inch Brilliantine,
black, blue and brown 75c val?
per yard 4-2-|l
ns te i n
Tuesday, April 19?
The unrivaled tented institutions
The paragon of radiant r< nani
A collossal aggregation of sensational features.
Col. Howe's here of Musical El? phants
Including Duchess the largest elephant in the world
The Marvelous Eddy Family
The acrobatic and .?Erial sensation. The marvelous exponents of
letic art. Sugimato's imperial yeddo Japanese troup of athletes1
Wallet, England's champion bar? back rider
500 people 250 horses - 20 eta
Compl e t e
Three bands of music, 20 European Noy(
100 feature acts U
Unlike anything seen here before
l.aby camels, elephants, lions, monkeys. An endless, amazing:, thril
ing, startling chain of the world's greatest acts
The great Delavoye, England's best clown
Q" at 10o'clock rm,-BigspectularpQ^fi
in the morning 1HC free street A a?l
2 performances daily
Afternoon at 2 o'clock-Night'at 8
R. C. Neely
R. C. Neely, Jr.
S. H. Wilco:
741 Reynolds St., Y Augusta,
Advances made to Merchants and Farmers. Call
us, or write ns