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Cure a felon.
Lemon juice will:
Make the hair fluffy.
Beautify the complexion.
Cure a sore throat or cough.
Drive away a sick headache.
For the hair, add the juice of a lem
on to the last rinsing water of a sham
For a sore throat, gargle with pure,
(undiluted, unsweetened lemon juice.
For a cough or cold, mix equal parts
- of lemon juice and strained heney,
and take a tablespoonful ever hour.
For malaria, mix the Juice of half a
lemon with two tablespoonfuls of wa
ler and a little sugar, and drink three
.times a day.
For a sick headache, mix one part
?lemon juice and two parts boiling
water, and sip a teacupful as hot as
?possible every two hours.
For a felon, cut off the end of a
lemon, stick the finger into the hole
and bind it on. Let it stay for a day
or two, when it will be ready to lance.
For the complexion, mix^ equal parts
?of rose water and glycerin and dip a
.cut lemon into this and rub the face
with it. After it dries, rub with cold
SIGNS AND SUPERSTITIONS
A cat's sneeze is said to be a sure
vijn of rain.
A goat has a peculiar cry which it
(titters when rain is near.
The bark of a fox at night is said
ito be a sure sign of storm.
The sand mole makes a mournful
?sound when the frost ie near.
If the deer's coat* is gray in Octo
ber, a severe winter is to follow.
It^s regarded as a sure sign of
.death in Germany to hear a cricket's
Rain is, in many parts of this coun
1py, expected to follow close upon
?the loud chirping of crickets.
e sixteenth century
?re^gold existed ali-.o..
isect sabred to the
yptians, the beetle has small place
folklore, lt is considered unlucky
'?un England to kill a beetle.
The ancients,maintained that there
.was a close connection between bees
;and the soul. Porphyry speaks of
"those souls which the ancients called
Gorman tribes regard stag beetles
ias of a diabolic origin, and all
beetles are thoroughly detested in
Tarin. It is believed that to see a
'beetle will bring a heavy rainstorm
tupon the following day.
FACTS AND FANCIES
Any fcrm of torture is preferable to
that inflicted by the rustic seat
Hero is another inviolable rule: No
?boy preacher knows much about sin.
Some men are born that way. Oth
ers grow round shouldered carrying
The trouble with the amateur show
Hs that two or more performances
jiearly always are given.
One husband is as good as a college
?education, yet some women insist un
ion a post-graduate course.
A hero may also be described as a
man who has taken the precaution to
establish friendly relations with the
The recent charge that George Ade
isn't funny can also be substantiated
4n the case of any other citizen against
'whom it may be brought
When a man spends half his time
[bending his elbow over a bar he
tought not to complain of a cramp
.when he has to sign a few checks.
?FROM "BECAUSE OF JANE"
"There are but two classes of peo
ple in the world-the born getters
iand the born givers."
"The young at heart will always
Hike to see a fat man sit down sudden
fly on the floor. Verbal witticisms are
mo use to them."
"The ladies talked together about
clothes, and characters, and com
plaints,- and children-the four c's
which comprise the whole polite
female after-dinner conversation."
"She always had the indefinite feel
ing that tomorrow was going to b
.splendid. Some people keep it mu!
they die. And to lose it-1!"?> ? I
.age."-Because of Jane, by 1 Li
Don't Let Baby Suffer With Ec
zema and Skin Eruptions.
Babies need a perfect skin-cover
incr. Skin eruptions cause them not
univ intense suffering, but hinder
their growth. Dr. Hobson's Eczema
Ointment can be relied on for relief
and permanent cure of suffering ba-!
"hies whose 6kin eruptions have made
their life miserable. ''Our baby was
afflicted with breaking out of the
skin all over the face and scalp.
Doctors and skin specialists failed
to help. We tried Dr. Hobson's Ec
zema Ointment and were overjoyed
to see baby completely cured before
one brx was used" writes Mrs.
Strubler. Dubuque, Iowa. All drug
gists or by mail, 50c. Preiffer
Chemical Companp, St. Louis, Mo.
Tin plate, galvanized corrugatec
etc. Galvanized iron cornice and si
Stoves, ranges, mantels, tiling, gra
1009 Broad St., /
50,000 acres of improved and unim
them. These lands are situated in4'
j ing section in the state. No terracin
202? acres, 65 under cultivation,
cleared, not broke. Near three chur
road and nearing another. Good 4-r<
good barn and good well. 10 miles
?300 cash per year. Will sell for 81
175 acres, one and one half miles i
?cleared, stumped and under cultivati
j tire places; good bam; good well alsc
three years old and all under good v
?25 per acre.
These land; have good clay snb-soi
which we car not describe in this sp;
! hear from yoi and we will give you
.'resented will pay your railroad fare.
A. J. Wisi
The farmers of R
learned the value o
and are year by yeai
the acreage of wint
son is approaching
crops, also for sow
we have received
Barley, Rye, 1
We ordered these
est and most reliable
therefore we knaw
and will germinate,
us supply your Deed
Ready For Gin
We wish to anne
now reddy to begi
Have overhauled ou
have it in No, 1 shs
the public to good ?
gin your cotton, bu
market price, and s
hulls as cheap as ai
let us serve you.
Beaver Dam Plant, L. L
Our presses are <
Mother of Eighteen Children
"I ara the mother of eighteen
children and have the praise of do
ing more work than any young wo
man in my town'' writes Mrs. C J
Maslin, Boone Mili, Va. I suffered
for five years with stomach troubles
and could noe eat as much as a bis
cuit without suffering. I have taken
three bottles of Chamberlain's Tab
lets and ara now a well woman and
weigh 168 pounds. I can eat any
thing I want to, and as much as I
want and feel 'better than I have at
any time in ten years. I refer to any
one in Boone Mill or vicinity and
they will vouch for what I say.
Chamberlain's Tablets are for sale
by all dealers.
DIPPY DOPE CASTLE
I iron shingles, rubber roofing,
?eet metal work, skylights, etc.
tes, paints, oils, varnishes, etc.
iproved landsat prices that will sell
Wire-Grass Georgia" the best, farra
g and no irrigation.
85 acres fenced, mostly wire, 55
idles, good school: on one public
iom frame house, two fire piacts,
to two good markets. Rents for
5 per acre cash.
rom Lumber City, Ga.; 90 acres
on; extra good 4-room house, two
) spring on place. 130 pecan trees
fire fence. For quick sale will take
1 and we have a number of others
ace. If these do not suit.von let us
further information. If not as rep
uer & Co.
dgerield county have
f winter cover crops
. by year increasing
er crops. The sea
for so wing these
ing green lots, and
large shipments ot
: seed from the larg
: house in the South,
they are dependable
Come in and let
ams & Co.
ning Season of
>unce that we are
in ginning cotton,
r ginnery, and now
tpe, and can serve
idvantage. Let us
y your seed at the
;ell you meal and
ny one. Come and
n Mills Compy
. CLIPPARD, Manager.
of standard size
P R O E !E ? SIOIIS^L
DR. J. S. BYRD,
OFFICE OVER POSTOFFICE.
Residence 'Phone 3 7-R. Office 3.
James A. Dobey,
Johnston, S. C.
OFFICE OVER JOHNSTON DRUG CO.
A. H. Corley,
Appointments at Trenton
We are offering Wilber
and Columbus Wagons for
the next sixty days at very
much reduced pikes and on
easy terms. ,
Mowers and mower re
pairs. We handle the im
proved McCormick mowers
and Tepairs and sell on easy
terms. We also have the
Disc and peg harrows on
We buy co?'con-seed for
the Planters Cotton Oil Com
pany of Augusta and always
pay the highest market prices
and keep hulls and meal al
ways on hand and will make
Adams Warehouse Co.
July 29, 16i3.
Lumber For Sale.
My saw mill is located rive
miles north ol Edgefield in a
line body of native forest
pine Bills for sawing so
licited. Will deliver lumber
in Edgefield. Price reason
lfev v ?
Go to see
Before insuring elsewhere. We
represent the best old line com
Harting & Byrd
At the Farmers Bank, Edgefield
Make the Old Suit
We are better prepared
than ever to do first-class
work in cleaning and press
ing of all kinds. Make your
old pants or suit new by let
ing us clean and press them.
Ladies skirts and suits al
so cleaned and pressed. Sat
WALLACE HARRIS PROP.
For Weakness and Loss of Appetite
The Old Standard general strenirthening tonic,
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drives out
Malaria and builds up the system. A true tonic
<mH si're Appetizer. For adults and children. 60c.
Ready for Fall Shoppers
We desire to announce to our Edgerield friends that
we are read}- for them to call and inspect our fall
stock. While in the Northern markets during the
summer o'-r buyers bought very largely for every de
Our Try goods department is filled with all of the new fabrics
and weaves. All of the popular shades in dress goods of all
kinds now on display. We are also headquarters for staple
Our shoe department is brim full of the best that the leading
manufacturers make. All of the popular leathers in the new
shapes. We can shoe the whole family for a reasonable sum.
See our clothing before you buy. We can fit any size boy or
man in the most stylish garments that are made. Our prices
are very low too.
Millinery department;- This has always been one
the leading Textures of our store. Nothing: in Augfus
ta can surpass us. We have the nobby ready-to-wear
hats and shapes thaf can be trimmed, *.
Augusta Bee Hive
916 and S18 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
Abe Cohen, Proprietor.
Monuments and Tombstones.
I represent the Spartanburg Marble and Granite
works in this section and shall be pleased to show you
designs and quote pricer on all kinds of work. Write
me a card if you are interested and I will call to see you.
John R. Tompkins, Edgefield, S. Caroling
Barrett & Company
Your cotton solicited,
It will receive our personal
Copyricht 3909, by C. E. Zimmerman Co.--No. 10
No matter what your walk
in life, or what your station
may be, you have an opportu
nity to be the possessor of a
bank account, and it only re
mains for you to realize the
importance of this one thing,
to render you independent.
OFFICERS: J. C. Sheppard, Pres.; B. E. Nicholson? Vice
pres.; E. J. Mims, Cashier: J. H. Allen, assistant Cashier
DIRECTORS: J. 0. Sheppard, J. Wm. Thurmond, Thos. H.
Rainsford, John Rainsford B. E. Nicholson, A, S. Tompkins, C.
C. Fuller, J. H. Allen
Wher in need of any kind of furniture call
on us. We carry a full assortment of bed
room suits, tables, rockers, dining chairs,
springs, mattresses, etc. Be sure to see us
before making your purchases.
Jones & Son.