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VOL. 77.
EDGEFIELD, S. C., WEIfc^AY, NOVEMBER 6,1912
NO, 40
Master's Sale.
State of South Carolina-County
of Edgefield-Court of Common
Pleas.
Mrs. S. B. Burton-Plaintiff
Against-S. Z. Seigler and the Far
mers Bank-Defendants.
Pursuant to the decree in this
cause I will offer for sale at public
out-cry to the highest bidder, be
fore the Court House, Town of
Edgefield and State of South Caro
lina on sales day in December 1912,
the same being the 2nd day of said
mon lb, between the legal hours of
sale the following described realty
to-wit:
All that tract of land situate in
Moss Township, in the County of
Edgefield and State aforesaid, con
taining One Hundred acres, more or
less, and bounded on the North by
lands of Nick Griffis; on the East
by lands of Nick or T. J. Griffis,
on the West by lands of T. P. Mor
gan and Martintown road, and on
the South by R. A. Turner aud
Samuel Cheatham.
Terms of Sale. One half of the
purchase money cash; balance on a
credit of one year, with interest
from dat of sale or all cash at pur
chasers option, if any there be, to
be secured by the bond of the pur
chaser and a mortgage or the prem
ises, said bond and mortgage pro
viding for the payment of ten per
cent attorneys fet if it should be
necessary to collect same by law.
If the purchaser fails to comply
with the terms of the sale, the Mas
ter will within one hour, resell
same on the same day at the risk of
the former purchaser, unless sat
isfactory arrangement can be made
with the Master.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
S. M. Smith,
Master E. C. S. C.
Nov. 7, 1912.
Round Trip Excursion Rates
Via Southern Railway Pre
mier Carrier of the South
to Edgefield S. C.
Washington, D. C. and return
$17.30. Account United Daugh
ters of the Confederacy, Nov.
12-1G, 1913. Tickets sold Nov.
8-14, 1912, inclusive with final
limit returning Dec. 1, 1912.
Atlanta, Ga., and return $G.35. Ac
count National Commercial As
sociation. Tickets sold Nov. 30
to Dec. 1, 1912 inclusive with fi
nal limit returning Dec. 10, 1912.
New Orleans, La. andreturn ?20.35
. Account Farmers' National Con
gress of the United States. Tick
ets sold Nov. 5, -6 <and 7,- 1912,
with final limit returning Nov.
14,1912. Extension nntil Dec.
15 on application and payment
fee of one dollar.
Jacksonville, Fla., and return
$13.15. Account Southern Med
ical Association Nov. 12-14,
$13.15, 1912. Tickets sold Nov.
9, 10 and ll. 1912, with final
Hmitreturning Nov. 18, 1912.
Extension until Dec. 15, on ap-J
plication and fee of one dollar)
before Dec. 15.
Atlanta, Ga. and Return*'* ?8.35.
Account Southern Appalachian
Good Roads Association Nov.
20-21, 1912. Tickets sold Nov.
18 and 19 1912 with final limit
returning Nov. 23, 1912.
Louisville, Ky. and return $4.45.
Account Southern Educational
Association, Nov. 28-30, 1912.
Tickets sold Nov. 26-27, 1912
with final limit returning Dec. 3,
1912.
Augusta, Ga* and return $1.55. Ac
count Second Annual Corn Fes-1
tival, December 27, 1912. Tick
ets sold December 2 to (3, 1912
inclusive.
Southern Railway dining car ser
vice and Pullman Bleeping rnr ser
vice on through trains. Conve
nient local service. For detailed
information, sleeping car reserva
tions etc., call on ticket agents, or,
A. H. Acker, TPA., Augusta, Ga., j
W. E. McGee, APA., Columbia,!
S. C., H. F. Cary, APA. Washing-1
ington, D. C., S. H. Hardwick,
PTA., Washington, D. C.
Messrs. Rives Bros. as usual have
been having a big coat suit sale for
ladies the first of September and
this year they had such a success
with the large line that their for
mer big assorted sales brought the
trade this year without the aid of
printer's ink and they have now a
second lot that will be in and will
let you hear from them.-Adv
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TL
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a "After four in our family had died
of consumption I was taken with
a frightful cough and lung trouble,
but my life was saved andi gained
87 pounds through using
Dr?. KING'S
DISCOVERY
W. E. Patterson, Welliugton, Tex.
M*ICi; 'nie ttMf?l.OOAT ALL DRUGSISTS,
VOL. 77.
EDGEFIELD, S. C., WEIfc^AY, NOVEMBER 6,1912
NO, 40
Charge
osen ts may
li irtney has
is court for
or in re the
ourtney of
?ed, on this
. . 1912.
.0 cite any
r parties iii
; before me
court house,
25th day of
clock a. m.,
arge should
rd,
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itration.
ren that on
ber A. D.,
ristration of
1, S. C., will
he Farmers'
C., and re
of Ten (IO)
.alified elec
special Elec
subraitti hg
g said Town
exceed Five
proceeds of
.d solely and
hiing, erect
maintenance
nt for said
.. Byrd,
Ll vii ol thc
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BD
thou
who
?ieart
:them
<Ie on
trou
UHN j_ f this
number, stop worrying,
and giya Cardui a trial.
T! has brought health and
liappiness to thousands,
TAKE
Ttis Woman's Tonio
Mrs. Delphinia Chance
writes from Collins,
Miss.: "I suffered terribly
from womanly troubles.
We had five doctors, but
it seemed I could not get
any better. I decided to
try Cardui. After I began
to take it, I got better
every day. Now I foe! as
wellasl ever did." Try
Cardui, today. E
In
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SEEP IN PERFECT HEALTH.
Iou owe it to yourself, your family and
ar work to keep in the best possible con?
ion. If you have strong, ready muscles
rich, heathy blood and a clear brain, you
a do more and better work and really
e, and enjoy living and be a blessing to
)se you love.
Much of the eternal grouch and many
the aches and pains you see every day
2 caused directly by a lazy, torpid, over
>rked liver, and all of that may be abso
:ely cured by R. L. T. (Richardson's
ixative Tonic). One fifty-cent or dollar
ttle of this magnificent tonic will prove
you that it is the finest laxative and the
ickest strength building tonic ever of
.ed sick, suffering humanity. Get a bot
from your druggist today, and keep it
vays ia the family medicine chest ready
put the Liver right in one night or cure
daria, constipation, or bilious fevers in
? shortest possible time. If not on sale
your town, write R. L. T. Co., Ander?
i,s.a
IRL? H m ?fa
A Perfect Tonic
THE BEST LIVER MEDICINE |
50c & $1.00 per Bottle. All Drug Stores, jj
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Large Purchases.
We have just unloaded
One solid car of chairs,
One solid car of furniture,
One solid car of Hackney wagons.
One solid car of Hackney bug
es, and are now ready to supply
u with everything in these lines.
Ramsey & Jones.
j Edgefield Frui
Comp
COCLIN & S
Proprie
All kinds of fruits,
drinks, cigars, tobacct
Next to P
Edgefield, S. C.
Augusta
ABE COHEN,
The up-to-date milli
house, with a full and con
ers and all trimmings ne
Hats ranging $2 to
and misses hats latest st}
Dry goods in everythii
Goods store.
Clothing for men, bo\
and furnishing goods at 1
Remember the place.
Augusta
916-918 Br
Augusta,
Next week is fair weel
extend to the huudreds o
tution to visit our store ar
headquarter?. Leave you
and feel at home at our si
AVe have the largest st?
tions, Shoes Clothing, e
shown, and will be please'
and make you close prie
week.
J. W.
Men's Inhumanity to Man.
Some men. when they are arrested
on a serious charge, are sent to Jail.
Others, iike one in New York, fare
much worse. Ti e magistrate told his
..vile to take him lv:n-.e and tell him
what she thought >>;' him. - Rochester
Democrat 2nd Chronicle.
Harness on 1 lid here for every
purpose. Li: driving harness,
work hann. e harness. In
fact, you cr have a harness
need we cann< is fy and in all
cases of a q?" ' , far superior to
and in many o cheaper than the
catalog hous?^ ' ?i?*'
Wilson &
t Restaurant
>any
5CAVENS,
?tors.
coiifectionaries. soft
)s, etc.
ostoffice
Bee Hive.
Proprietor.
merv and dry goods
?plete line of hat feath
?cessary for a fine hat.
$15 each. Children's
les and all colors,
ng in a rnst-class Dry
.s and children. Shoes
Lhe lowest prices.
Bee Hive
'cadway,
Georgia
i Visitors
c in Edgefield and we
f visitors a cordial invi
id make it your shopping
r packages with us and
:ore.
ock ot Dry Goods, No
te, that we have ever
d to sliow you the goods
es. Come to see us next
Town Owns Herring Brook.
Brewster, Mass., owns a herring
brook, and at the town meeting every
year, fellowing an old custom, a com
mittee is elected by ballot,to catch the
fish and dispose of them. The pro
ceeds are turned into the town treas
ury.
all permanent success. The great
and increasing demand for carriages
was built upon it. Genuine merit
in design, material, workmanship
and finish make our carriagos merit
your approval.
Cantelou

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