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WHAT CHRISTMAS MEANS TO ME
By AN OLD BACHELOR.
, Christmas to me means opportunity.
It is perhaps fifteen years since I re
ceived a Christmas present I'm an
old bachelor, and nobody remembers
me. Yet that doesn't make me glum
and grouchy at Christmas-no, sirree.
I'm not particularly fond of children.
Maybe if I were I would have mar
ried and raised a few of my own. Still,
I don't dislike the little ones, and ev
ery year I run across a lot of boys and
girls who have no* Santa Claus of th#r
* own-little' orphan fellows sod ?od's
poor. Well, when Christmas cpmes
along I remember these children. I'm
their Santa Claus in a small way.
Last Christmas I spent $9 and made
nearly forty children happy. I've got
a ten dollar bill laid up to spend in
the same way this Christmas, and I'll
bet anybody another ten that the oki
bachelor will fret as much joy out of
mending that "X" as all the little ones
Banks on Sure Thing Now.
"I'll never be without Dr. King's
New Life Pills again," writes A
Schingeck, 64V Elm Street., Buffa
lo, N. Y. They cured me of chronic
constipation when all others failed.
Unequaled fer billiousness, 'jaun
nice, indigestion, headache, chills
malaria and debility. 25c at Penn &
Holstein, W E Lynch & Co., E
N?tice of Change of Schedule
Train No. 209 for all points
north 8:10 a. m.
Train No. 231 tor Aiken and all
points south i 10:05 a. m.
Train No. 229 for Aiken and all
points north 1:30 p. m.
Train No. 207 for all points!
south 0:50 p. m. |
Train No. 208 from all points |
south 9:00 a. m.
Train No. 230 from all points]
north 11:00 a. m.
Train No. 210 from Aiken 1 p.m
- Train No. 230 from all points
south 4:40 p. m.
Train No. 206 from all points
north ?'AQ p. m.
Mails are closed 30 minutes in
advance of departure of trains.
W. H. Brimson, P. M%
All persons arc hereby warned
not to hunt, fish, or trespass in any
manner whatsoever upon the lands
of the undersigned. Those who
fail to heed this nDtice will be pun
ishe?Sto the fullest extent of the)
Mrs. Emily Johnson,
B. F. Glanton,
REVOLVERS, AND SUPPLIES
REPAIRS CORRECTLY DONF
655 Broad St. Below Ga. R. R. Bank
Cleaning and Pressing
I I respctf ully notify the Edge
field public that I have moved my
dying, cleaning*and pressing roora
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 sendlout.
NEW BARBER SHOP.
I desire to notify the public that I
have opened a first-class barber shop
next door to the post-office. A very
skilled courteous barber is in charge.
New furniture and equipment. Your
patronage is respectfully solicited.
M. W. HUDGENS.
I offer'my- services as surveyor to
the people of Edgefield county. All
work carefully and satisfactorily
done. Rates reasonable.
J. II. Cantelou,
C. Edgefield', S.
I have my gasoline engine now
installed and am prepared to do all
grinding. Thanking my friends and
patrons for waiting so patiently on
.W. R. Parks.
Parksville, S. C.
Dr. F. L. PARKER,
Johnston, - - S C
Over Bank of Johnston.
Mail orders promptly filled
J. WILLIE LEVY CO., of Augusta,
Announces autumn opening
In the newest
and best things
for Men, aromen
and children to
wear this fall.
Suits and Over
coats for men
and boys. Not
only the best but
the most of the
Our ladies ready-to-wear Suits, Raincoats, Shirts, Shirtwaists and
furnishings show the greatest assortment of High-class women's Ready
to.wear Goods. We've provided rest rooms for ladies to rest and make
their headquarters while shopping in the city. We want you to use them.
These are our reception days. Even if you don't want to
buy, call and see us and make this your headquarters in
THE J. WILLIE LEVY CO.,
A SAFE and SOUND PROPOSITION:
DEPOSIT YOUR MONEY WITH
THE FARMERS RANK OF EDGEFIELD,
TOTAL CAPITAL & SURPLUS PROITS $102,000.00
TOTAL RESOURCES AGGREGATE Over $300,000.00
PAYS INTERERT ON DEPOSITS BY SPECIAL
Our farmer Friends will act wisely when they are selling cotton to leave
their money in this bank, because it is safe, and build up a credit rating
with this hank. Pay all your bills with a check on this bank. It is the best
receipt you can hold.
Every accomodation consistent with good sound business
extended to our customers.
The season will soon be here to use two
horse plows. We have
The Oliver Chill Plows,
The Vulcan plows
The Vulcan Subsoil
Also the Cole grain drill
Come in ancl let us show them to you.
JONES & SON
"and Silverware in tnis section of the country
1009 Broad St.
High grade Paints and Oils, Tin rooting, Galvanized Iron Cornice and Sheet
Metal Work, Skylights} etc. Stoves, Ranges, Mantel Tiling and Grates, Tin
Plate, Galvanized Iron, Copper, Zinc, Solder, Eve Troughs and conductor Pipes,
Rooting sad Sheathing Papers.
SHOP AND WAREROOM, 1010 JONES STREET, AUGUSTA, GEORGIA
Bell Phone No. 100.
I beg to announce that I am now associated*with
ARRINGT?N BROS &C0
863 Broad St., Augusta? Ga.
and invite all my friends and acquaintances in Edgefield and
Saluda counties to write or call on me when in need of Gro
ceries or stock feed any kind. I will make it to your interest
to patronize rae.
M. Gary Satcher
* Heath Repair Shop
We repair automobiles, motorcycles, gasolene engines, bicycles, guns, pistols, sew
mg machines, lawn mowers, and all small farm machinery. Lawn mowers and
scissors sharpened. Agency for the reliable M. M. MOTORCYCLE.
W. S. G. HEATH, Proprietor
NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICF
job work done here
State of South Carolina, /
, Edgefield County S
/ Court of Common Pleas
W. ,R. Parks
. i R. B. Hays, The Bank
of Parksy.ille, a corporation under
the laws of South Carolina.
? Pursuant to the decree in this
caus? I will *offer for sale at public
outcry to . the v highest bidder, before
the Cotrrtf House,r town of Edg?field,
and State. oXSouth. .Carolina on sales
day in January".?9ll thea same be
ing the 2nd day of said month "be
tween, the legal hours of sale the
following described property to wit:
"All of the certain tract of land
lyTng andbeiug in the county and
state aforesaid .known as a portion
of the Cartledge place, containing
one hundred and fifty (l50) acres
more or less and bounded north by
lands of Isaac Morgan and Mrs.
Julia B." Talbert, east by E. C.
Winn, south by W. J. Talbert,
west by estate of J. S. Cartledge
and Isaac Morgan."
Terms of Sale: One half cash,
and the balance, on a credit of one
year ysdth interest from the day of
sale, purchaser to giv^ bond and a
moxt^ge.of the premises sold to
secure uie^p?yment of the credit
portion,. mortgage to bear interest
at the rate of eight pier cent per an
num or all oash at the purchaser's
option. Terms must, be complied
with or Master is authorized to re
sell the same day on the risk of the
purchaser^ Purchaser must pay for
W. F. Roath,
Master E. C., S. C.
Dec. 9, 1910.
Wanta to Help Some One.
For thirty years J F Boyer, of
Fertile, Mo., needed help and could
not find it. That's why he wants to
help ?ome one now. Suffering so
long himself he feels for all distress
from backache, nervousness, loss of
appetite, lassitude and kidney dis
orders. Hjfrflfcows that Eleetri^Bit
ters work wonders for such troub
les, five bottles, he writes, wholly
?ured me and now I am well and
'if arty. It's also positively guaran
teed for liver trouble, dyspepsia,
"Dlood disorders, female complaints
ind malaria. Try them. 50c at Penn
& Holstein;.W E Lynch & Co., B
Our stock of centre tables, dining
tables and library tables was never
more complete. Large assortment
of styles. Ramsey & Jones.
?- ' o
? The State of South Carolina,
County of Ed gefiel rt.
By J. D. Allen, Probate Judge:
Whereas John Henry McKie, made
suit to me to grant him letters of
administration of the estate and
effects of Hamp McKie, deceased,
These are therefore, to cite and
and admonish all and singular the
kindred and creditors of the said
Hamp McKie, deceased,that they be
and appear before me, hi the court
of Probate, to be held at Edgefield,
C. H. S. "C., on the 22nd December
next, after publication hereof, at
ll o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause, if any they have, why the
said administration should not be
Given under my hand this 3rd
day of December, 1910.
J. D. Allen,
We desire to notify the public
that our business is run on a strict
ly cash basis, treating all alike. $By
running a credit system we would
have to employ an extra, man to
collect at the end of each month.
Persons who send their wagons for
meal, hulls and coal will please
send cash with their orders. We
only sell coal for accommodation.
Beaver Dam Mills.
Flour Mill Notice.
I wish to inform the farmers of
Edg?field countythat I intend to put
my Roller Mill in first class condi
tion for grinding the next year's
wheat crop. So I hope they will
now wheat enough to make all the
flour they will need next year.
J. D. Eidson,
ll-16-3t " Johnston, S. C.
Store Your Cotton.
To The Edg?field Public:
c We wish to give^ notice that we
have ample storage facilities at our
Warehouse, and we would be pleas
ed to handle your Cotton for you.
We are prepared to make liberal
advances on Cotton Stored with
us. For full information etc., ap
ply to either W. E. Lott at the
Warehouse or W. W. Adams.
Adams Warehouse Co.
If you want te enjoy yonr Christ
mas go to Du no vant & Company's
and get a holiday box of cigars in
all of the popular brands such as
Cinco, Judge .Day,. Saboroso, and
last but riot least Dunovant's
"Fence Rails." W?r have them 12,
25 and 50 in each box.-Adv.
The Corner Store's
Xmas Gifte For Men
All men like Cravats. Can't get too many
sox as well if you buy black.
Handkerchiefs and gloves too are
Especially the beautiful ones you find
"IF WE SAY SO, IT'S.SO"
liday season is almost upon us and every
is more or less puzzled as to where they
?J make their purchases.
ne and Let us HELP you to decide. We
a superb line of Furniture,Suits, china closets
robes, dining tables, dining chairs, rockers,
ry tables, hat racks, rugs, art squares etc.
y of these articles would brighten the home
ie Christmas season. ...
Wagon and Vehicle Department
was never better stocked
; us SELL you a new farm wagon or a new
f or carriage.
sell the best and are Very Reason
\ stand behind every word we say, and our
mtee means something
Lott- Walker Co.