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Office No. 61.
Residence, No. 17.
Wednesday, April 1st.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Wanted-Blue Back Spellers for,
"The Deestrick Skule."
Hear Mr. W- D. Up?haw in the
.opera house Monday night April 6.
Capt. N. G. Evans went, to Barn
well yesterday on professional busi
ness.
Mr. M. C. Parker is having his ,
resilence on Columbia street beaa
fulh painted.
Rev. John A. Holland has been
?pending several days here looking
" after certain business matters.
Men's silk hose at 25c.
Smith-Marsh Co.
The lyceum entertainment Fri
day night will be g^ven by a trio of
gifted Southern girls. Do not fail
to hear them.
Georgia Cane syrup at 45 cents a
gallon.
Dunovant & Co.
After completing her mid-session
examinations at Converse, Mi6s Nel
lie Jones came home Friday last
and remained until this morning.
Purchase your lyceum tickets
early-before the best seats are
taken. To bear the violinist will
alone be worth the price of admis
sion.
Wonder when work will begin
?n the improvements on the jail
that "were recommended by the
grand jury? There should be no
delay.
Mr. W. P. Hamilton has return
ed from a stay of 10 days at Hill
Man, Ga., where he went to be
treated for rheumatism. He was
greatly benefitted.
Nice line of straw hats, men's
and boys, at a very lew price.
Dunovant & Co.
Work on the new baptist church
is progressing very satisfactorily.
The window and door frames are
being placed in position, enabling
- -?ne to get a very batisfactory out
line of the building.
Thc lyceum entertainments are
1 always of a high order, being edi
fying as well as entertaining. The
trio of artists will not fail to please
those who attend the entertainment
Friday night.
Come in and let us show you our
Hue of spring Crapes and Batine.
Smith-Marsh Co.
Mr. M. C. Parker has had a com
M odious store room erected at
Hniet's cross-roads and has it well
?tocked with merchandise. Mr. Roy
Parker is in active charge of the
?tore. The building is the handi
work of Mr. Milledge Reese.
The Edgefield chapter (J. D. C.
will hold its next meeting at the
home of Mrs. N. M. Jones Tues
day, April 14, at 3:30 o'clock. Shi
loh day will be observed and plans
perfected for Memorial Day. sK
large attendance is desired by the
president.
Landreth's seed Irish potatoes,
Maine grown, in all of the popular
varieties at 45 cents per peck.
W. E. Lynch <fc Co.
Encourage the managers of the
lyceum course by attending the en
tertainment. If it is not generously
patronized the managers will lose
money on the course.
Mr. D. P. Boone was cordially
welcomedbyhis friends Monday,that
being his first vibit to Edgefield since j
4ie moved to his farm near Epworth
in Saluda county. He is greatly
pleased wiuh the community where
ne has decided to make his home
permanently.
Rev. P. P. Blalock, accompanied
byJVIrs. Blalock, went to Columbia)
Saturday to assist Rev. George
Blackburn in conducting a revival
meeting in the Second Presbyterian
ehnrch. From Columbia Mr. and
Mrs. Blalock will go to Hampton
on April 7 to attend a meeting of j
the Charleston Presbytery.
Millinery.
Our Millinary Department is till
ed with the cream of the season,
with Easter almost here we arel
ready with the largest and loveliest]
collection of trimmed Hats and ::ll
approved trimming effects we have
ever shown. Come and yon
will be delighted with the love
ly selection and prices.
Rubenstein.
For Supervisor.
To the Voters of Edgefield County:
I respectfully solicit your unbiased
suffrage as a candidate for Supervisor
of your county, and if elected will try
to serve the people as near right as I
conceive, pledging myself to support
the nominees of the Democratic party.
W. G. Wells.
I respectfully announce that I am a
I candidate for the office of Supervisor
I of Edgefield county and solicit the votes
of the people, pledging myself if elect
ed to a faithful discharge of the duties
and to support t he nominees of the
Democratic party.
R. J. Moultrie.
We have just received a large
shipment of eastern Irish potatoes
for seed. Can supply all of the popu
lar varieties.
Penn & Holstein.
Fresh supply of Landreth'a vege
table seed, the kind that never fail
to germinate.
^KJ^ynch & Co.
New Arrivals. .
1 shipment of Ratine in white,
black, blue and tan, 3tf-in:h width,
retails everywhere at 25c, but we
are selling this week only, at l7^c.
Rubenstein.
A beautiful line of Easter Ties.
Smith-Marsh Co.
M en's Knox straw hats.
Smith-Marsh Co.
Lion Brand shoes.
Smith-Marsh " Co.
Next Sunday at 11:15 at the the j
Episcopal church the usual com
munion service and sermoo. No
service at Trenton on account of I
Mr. Upshaw's address. Glood Fri
day, three hour service will begin
at ll o'clock. All church people
should visit the church during this
service. Easter services, at Ridge
Spring, 9 a. m., Trenton lia. m.,
Edgefield 4:30 p. m., All invited.
Classified Column.
FOR SALE-Some very fine
registered Berkshire" pigs'?t" ~$T~> j
eack, eight weeks old, deliveries
May 1st. R. H. Middleton. Clark's)
Hill, S. C.
4-l-4t.
FOR PROMPT SALE-Georgia
plantation at a bargain, thirty miles
frcra Macon, containing 2700 acres.
Address Land Trust Company, 510
Grant Building, Atlanta, Ga.
FOR SALE-Two good horses,
cheap for cash, also 100 bushals of
Iron peas at #2.25 per bushel. M.
VV. Holston:
3-25 lt.
FOR SALE: A pair of good
mules cheap, will weigh between
1,000 and 1,200 pounds each. Ap-!
ply to Geo. W. Adams.-3-18-4t.
FOR SALE: 200 bales of good
peavine, crab grass and cane hay. |
VV. A. Winn, Plum Branch.
3-17-2.
FOR SALE-A good mule, cheap|
for cash. L. T. May.
FOR SALE-2 horses, 3 mnlesj
fine milch cow, corn, fodder, peas,
pea-hay, oat-straw, 3 2-horse wag-j
ons, new grain-drill, new portable
6-horse power International gaso-j
line engine. H. Spann Toney,
[Johnston, S. C.
FOR RENT-Butler Hill, with
about 40 acres laud. Apply to O.
P. Bright.
Street Compound Notice.
Notice is given that the annual
commutation tax for street duty for
the year 1914 has been fixed by the
town council at 82.00, the same to
be due and payable at my office
during the month of April 1914.
Persons liable thereto failing to pay j
same must work on thc streets of
the town for the period of four
days. See ordinance.
E. J. Norris,
Clerk of Town Connell.
March 20, 1914.
fl "After four in our family had died
B of consumption 1 was taken with f
i] a frightful cough and lung trouble,
fl but my life was saved and I gained
Ja 87 pounds through using
?DSSGGV
jj W. II. Patterson, Wellingion, Tex.
|? PRICE 50c andSt.OO AT ALL DRUGGIST!?.
Importance of Healthy
Kidneys.
Edgefield Readers Should Learn
to Keep the Kidneys Well.
The kidneys have a big to work
do. All the blood in the body ia
coursing through the kidneys con
stantly to be freed of poisonous
matter. It is a heavy enough task
when the kidneys are wei), buta
cold, chill, fever or some thought
less exposure is likely to irritate,
and congest the. kidneys and inter
rupt the purifying work.
Then the aching frequently be
gins and is often accompanied .by
some irregularity of the urine-too
frequent passages, sediment or re
tention. iThousands testify to the
wonderful merit of Doan's kidney
pills, a remedy fer the kidneys only,
that has been used in kidney troubles
50 years. You will make no mistake
in following this Edgefield citizen's
advice.
Mrs. M N Padgett, Edgefield, S.
C., says: "When kidney trouble
came on in ray case, my back began
to pain and I felt tired and restless.
I lost much sleep. It was not until
I began taking Doan's kidney pills
that I found relief. They are the
best kidney medicine I know of."
Price 50c at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's kidney pills-the same
that Mrs. Padgett had. Foster-Mil
burn Co., Frops., Buffalo, N. Y.
Read This.
COMPARE OUR PRUDENTIAL 15 Payment
Life Policy with your 20 Pay Life Policy: PRUDEN
TIAL rate at say age 30 is $32.26 per $1,000.00, each
year for 15 years. Then you have a paid up Policy for
$1,000.00 or, if you pay 6 years and cannot pay or don't
want to pay longer your $1.000.00 insurance would be
automatically (that is without any action on your part)
extended 18 years more, FREE. Should you get as far
as paying 10 years the $1,000.00 would be extended 28
years FREE, making a total of 38 years for 10 premiums.
Should you pay the whole 15 years up, you will have a
paid up policy for $1,000.00, or, if you prefer, the Com
pany will pay yo? in cash all the premiums you have paid
in, less $28.00 retained for expenses. In' that case you
will have been protected for $1,000.00 for 20 years for
$28.00. Other ages in proportion.
Everything GUARANTEED. No Estimates. No
restrictions as to residence, travel, occupation, violation
of iaw. or war service. No extra charge for women. Loans
on policies after 3 payments. 30 days grace on your
pavments of premium without interest.
The PRUDENTIAL having millions of capital and
surplus, has the STRENGTH OF GIBRALTAR.
The PRUDENTIAL has more business on its books
than any life insurance company represented in Edgefield
county.
EXAMPLE TABLE OF GUARANTEES IN A 15 PAY LIFE
POLICY, SAY, AT AGE 30
End of
Years
3
4
5
6
7
9
10
ll
12
12
14
15
Available
Cash Loan
$ 57.00
82.00
111.00
137.00
165.00
195.00
Extended Insurance
7 Years 133 Days
226.00
259.00
294.00.
332.00
371.00
418.00
456.00
10
14
18
21
O')
AO
26
28
30
32
34
37
325
" 318
60
36
-i4~ 263
20
64
69
89
" 210
" 292
PAID UP
OTHER AGES IN PROPORTION
PRUDENTIAL RATES:
AGE
18-20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
3?
35
36
37
38
39
4?
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
I would
helping me
win thc
Whole
Life
$14.83
15.15
15.49
15.85
16.22
16.61
17.03
17.46
17.92
18.40
18.91
19.44
20.01
20.61
21.23
21.90
22.60
23.35
24.13
24.97
25.85
26.79
27.78
28.85
29.98
31.18
32.52
33.95
35.47
37.10
38.83
40.61
42.51
44.53
46.68
48.98
51.44
54.06
56.87
59.87
63.08
66.51
70.19
74.12
78.34
82.86
87.71
jciate
?et the
trip to
10 Year Term, Convertible in 7
years without re-examination t
AGE
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
$8.54
8.60
8.67
8.74
8.82
8.91
9.00
9.10
9.20
9.32
9.45
9.59
9.74
9.91
10.10
10.30
10.53
10.78
$11.06
11.38
11.73
1225
1282
13.47
14.20
15.01
15.93
16.96
18.11
19.40
20.84
22.44
24.22
26.20
28.40
30.84
15- ?W!
Payment
Life
$27.08
27.52
27.97
28.44
28.92
29.43
29.95 .
30.50
31.06
31.65
32.26
32.89
33.55
34.24
34.95
35.70
36.47
37. ?8
38.12
38.99
39.91
40.86
41.86
42.91
44.01
45.16
46.38
47.65
49.00
50.42
51.91
53.48
55.14
56.89
58.74
60.71
62.79
65.01
67.37
69.90
72.60
75.48
78.58
81.91
85.48
89.33
93.57
your business in Life Insurance,
$1000:00 this year enabling me to
World's Fair at San Francisco.
E. J. NORRIS,
P rofessional Insurance Agent
BAKING POWDER
ABSOLUTELY PURE
Insures the most
delicious and healthful food
By the use of Royal Baking Powder a
great many more articles of food may be
readily made at home, all healthful, de?
licious, and economical* adding much
variety and attractiveness to the menu.
The " Royal Baker andfPastry Cook,**
containing five hundred practical
receipts for a?l kinds of baking
and coohf-y, f ee. A?Tdress Rojjal
Baking lewder Co., New York.
Have von tried the new bread
"Tip ToV' at
Dunovant <fc Co.
"This is the first time you have
been to prayer meeting in a long
time, said the pastor of a colored
congregation,"
"I had to come, replied Erastus
Pinkney. I needs slrength'nin'. I's
got a job whitewasbin' a chicken
coop and' buildin' a fence around a
watermelon patch."
We are chowing the snappiest
line of boys Norfolk suits in this
section, sizes 6 to 18. You cannot
find any nicer suits in Augusta than
we have this season in solid blue
and fancy sorges and other new
spring colors you can find as nice
selection in boys suits as you wish
to see. All we ask you is to look,
over our line and you will be pleased
with assortment and prices.
Rubinstein.
Large Shipment
of Furniture
WE will have a large shipment ol' Furniture to arrive
this week, and in the lot are some beautiful Dressers,
Sideboards"and Buffets. Full supply of Chairs, Mat
treses'and Springs in stock.
See our line Porch Chairs.
Jones & Son.
A Good Drag Store
JT TAKES more than a stock of drugs and
good intentions to make a good drug store.
Ii requires an intimate knowledge of weighing^
measuring and mixing, which comes only aiter
careful study and experience. Your prescrip
tions will be properly filled at our store. We
have every modern facility and-we know how.
Penn & Holstein
Agent* Jfa
for
yjf Fine
Candies
SPECIAL PATTERN
PICTORIAL REVIEW
The "Minaret" Lady Doll
?
We -.-.-ill give a pattern of this
beautiful doll's dress to every
child that calls at our Pattern
Department,accompanied byan
adult, during the coming week.
Get one for your little girl
to-day. It's FREE.
In addition to this free pat
tern, wc have an extensive
assortment of
PICTORIAL REVIEW
DOLL PATTERNS
in all styles and sizes at our
Pattern Counter.
SIZE 13 INCHES
The CORNER STORE,
W. H. TURNER, Proprietor.

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