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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30.
MRS. ELIZABETH HAMMOND
This beloved Christian, widow of the
late Maj. Andrew J. Hammond, died
at the old Hammond homestead-the
home of her son Charles-on last Fri
day morning at S o'clock. The imme
diate cause of her ^eath WAS heart
disease. The internment took place ac
Sweetwater Churton Saturday, th?
funeral being preached by the Rev. J
P. Mealing. Mrs. Hammond was sev
enty-three years of age, and was the
daughter of Col.- Sampson Butler, of
Barnwell county, who was for many
years a member of Congress from that
Congressional district. She leaves
three daughters living, Mrs. J. H. P.
Roper, Mrs. Tom Hammond, and Mrs.
John Mundy, and t wo sons, Charles,
and Edward. Probably no woman
ever lived or died in Edgetleld county
who had more friends than the deceas
ed. In.the words of one who knew her
well : ''She had many friends because
she s lowed herself friendly to many."
Our loving sympathies are extended
to the bereaved ones.
Plant corn-the war is here!
J.P. Ouzts has lost a mule. See ad
O. Sheppard, Esq.. attended Green
wood Court last week.
Dr. Frank Butler has bought the
house recently vacated by Capt. Geo.
Cotton is "slumping" on account of
the war news, this is something that
oom never does.
* Centre Springs, at Stan Holsotrs
store, is to be made a new postoffice,
to be established in the near future.
Jess Hobbs is going to the war on a
mule. He says he doesn't propose to
fight much but to swap his mule for
We are glad to know that the war
news has caused more corn to beplrnt
ed in Edgefield county than otherwise
would ha' e been the case.
The wa- was to have started on
Tuesday of this week, but McKinley
(Wobbling Willie) saw the new moon
behind a tree and put it off.
Married, by Rev. J. P. Mealing, on
Sunday, March 27th, at the residence
of Mr. Samuel Corley, Mr. Robert
Strom to Miss Carrie Corley.
Mrs. R. 0. Sams, of Gaffney City,
formerly of this town, died at her
home a few days since. Mrs. Sams had
many friends in Edgelield who will
grieve to hear of her death.
The county commissioners over in
Spain have sent JL notice to the AD
VERTISER that all claims against that
county must be filed by the 1st of May
or such claims will be barred.
Mr. Peak's imm~ense*pileof dry goods
boxes and bales of goods in front of
his store, just arrived from New York,
proves that the war has not yet begun.
Of course it, the war, will begin as
soon as he opens up and marks his
Low prices, nice quality, nice
assortment of Hats and Flowers at
Miss Aycock's millinery store.
Dr. R. H. Stanlev, A. M. M. D., whose
card we publish in another columu, is
a regular graduate under New York
specialists in eye, ear, nose, and throat
diseases. He was also secretary of his
County Medical Society previous to
his location in Augusta. Dr. Stanley's
office isSlO Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
We gather from the daily papers that
there are two cases of smallpox at
Dysons, in Greenwood county. The
parties affected are Mrs. John H. Stal
naker and child. Dr. H. N. Sloan has
pronounced the cases smallpox and has
Written to the health authorities to
that effect and asked for vaccine points
with which to vaccinate all the neigh
bors of the parties named.
The editor of this paper has received
some lucrative offers to advertise and
handle the African Limbless Cotton
After investigation we have come to
the conclusion that it is not up to the
representations made about it. We
would not plant a seed of it nor advise
others to do so. In our judgment it is
no better and no worse thau half a
dozen other varieties.
Dr. N. E. Alford, the famous Au
gusta specialist, will from date to end
of Merry Makers week treat al1 cases
of whatever description or ailment?
for $5 per month. Remember this and
call to see him at his office on broad
Street, nearly opposite the Planters
Hotel. The Doctor's ollice is often
crowded, so call early in the day and
tell bim rbat you saw his oller in this
Beautiful new Spring Millinery
at Miss Aycock's.
In view of impending war with
Spain, a vital question presents itsell
to every farmer.
"Whatshall I plant this spring?'
properly answered and acted upon bj
our farmers, determines the success
not only of the individual but of the
whole southern country. It is a
qnestion tnat should engage tho
attention of every farmers' organiza
tion, and the alliance, and the outlook
carefully weighed and considered.
Mr. A. F. Broadwater was the first
in this community to receive his divi
dends from the defunct Piedmont and
Arlington Life Insurance Company.
He can give policy holders in thai
company all the information necessary
to get their money and, what is of
greater consequence, he can tell them
how much they will get. From all ac
counts the company gave .Mr. Iii oad
water nearly all the money they had
left, font certainly was apile they
sent him. It seems that people who
already have a plenty aro the very
ones who %et more. "To him who bath
shall be given and from him who hath
not shall be taken even that which he
--?HIIIIM?? rmi --M
Farmers are very busy plan
Miss Ay cock invites the la
to call and see her new goods.
Even a war proclamation w<
not scare the ladies from the
chase of Easter bonnets.
According tu old croppers
moon is the one to complete p
ting gardens, except beans wi
are held until good Friday.
Thc books of regis ration wi!
open at Edgefield on salesdays
on Tuesdays and Wednesday thor
ter. C. M. WILLIAMS, Chairman.
The military law of this S'
is so worded that, if necess!
white and colored soldiers maj
drafted in equal proportion.
It is said of Senator R.
Watson that he was never kne
to miss tate facts even m a j
never uttered a profane word, t
a smutty yarn and never knew
taste of whiskey.
A Massachusetts man has c
trived an aluminum house, wh
can be folded up and weighs st<
and cooking utensil, only '.
pounds. It is large enough wi
put up for four persons. It is ]
I Dr. W. G. Browne, the c?l?brai
optician who has been with us u
for several weeks, will only remr
here the balance of this week. Nc
Mouday and for thc entire we
he will be at Trenton.
WANTED-Upright and faith!
gentlemen and jad?es to travel :
responsible, established house
Cl - ,o.i. Monthly $65.00 a
expe> ' -!S. Position steady. I
fereuce. Enclose self-address
staTjped envelope. THE DOMINI
COMPANY, Dept. K, Chicago.
We are in receipt of an invitation
attend the commencement exercises
tlie Atlanta Dental College on the 2?
March inst. Dr. George Thurmo
Sharptou, of Edgefield, graduates
this occasion with distinguished bc
ors, we notice also that he ls presidt
of his, the .Senior class, a class
A foreign exchange asserts th
the treacherous Spaniards, to gua
against an invasion of Cuba by ti
women of Colorado, who are sa
to be drilling for wai, have decid?
to capture all mice obtainable (
that unhappy island to let loose
whole army of these tricky roden
as soon as the ladies set foot c.
Cuban soil. The ladies may we
think that this would be "too mea
for anything," and would be ful!
justified in refusing to wage i
against men who would be capab
of taking such an unfair advai
W.\NTKL-The management of tl
Equitable Life Assurance Society ]
this territory is desirous of securir
the services of a man of character ac
ability to represent its interests, wit
Edge:ield as headquarters. The rigl
man will be thoroughly educated i
the science of life insurance.and tl
art of successful soliciting. There
no business or profession not requi:
ing capital which is more remanen
tive than a life agency conducted wit
energy and ability. Correspondent
with mer. who desire to secure emploj
mont and are ambitious to at tal
prominence in the profession, is ir
vited. W. J. RODDKY, Manager, Roc
Hill, S. C.
Dr. Manly Timmone, ourup-tc
date dentist, has thc loveliest re
ceptiou rooms of any dentist ii
the Sooth. Dr. Timmons bas re
ceutly purchased a new chair,
uew engine, and a cet of improve*
dental instruments, and is nov
fitted up to do as good work and 01
as short notice as any mau of hi
profession in the Uuited StateE
It is absolutely a pleasure to g'
into his office, as it is so neat am
artistica]ly arranged. Mr. Bill;
Burrell, the veteran painter, ha
just finished touching-up and en
livening the walls and wainscot
ting, 60 you may know it is wei
David Ward, who brought bael
the news of a rich find of gold O?
the American side of Alaska, ant
who says that the rush next pprinj
will be far down the Yukftu on th
American side, spent three year
prospecting in Alaska, and in tha
time only received seven letter
from home. Since his retun hi
has bad more than that mau}
thousands of letters from would
be argonauts in three mouths. He
is now in Philadelphia, Pa., anc
tries to answer every inquiry con
cerning the Far North, its perils
rigors of climate and wonderfu
J riches. His practical exp?rience
makes his advice highly valuable
and anyone interested in Alaskt
should avail themselves of bi.
knowledge by writing to him.
Thc Edgefield Garden and Flow
All who are interested in th?
formation of auch & club are in
! vited to meet in the Y. M. C. A
Hall next Saturday at-i P. M.
This invitation is given with th(
approval of nianv ladies of this,
community. L. R. GWALTXEY.
First class Ainmoniated Goods
EJigh Grade Acid Phosphate
Granby and Patapsco Brands. Bu)
these old true and tried brands
Can deliver in car lots at any de
pot in the county.
?. J. NORRIS,
Agent Patapsco Guan > Co. and
Columbia Phos. Co.
Quinine and oilier fe
rer medicines take from 5
to 10 days to cure fever.
Johnson's Chill and Fever
Tonic cures in ONE DAY.
The Advertiser and Confederate
Veteran will be sent one year for
$2.00; Advertiser and Cosmopoli
tan for $2.40; Advertiser and At
lanta Constitution for $2.00.
Shall lt Have a Fair Trial in
"A meeting at Edgefiold on the
2nd of April" has been called in
the interests of prohibition. Of
course, the object of thi3 Dieting
is simply to select delegates to the
coming prohibition convention to
meet in Columbia ou the 14th ot
April, and yet it is a matter of no
small importance, and ought not
to bo passed by with indifference.
If every county will send to the
convention men of strong convic
tions, men who earnestly desire
such measures as may best pro
mote the cause of temperance, the
deliberations and decisions of that
convention will command the
thoughtful consideration of voters
in the elections of 1S98,
Citizens of Edgeiield, if possible,
attend the meeting next Saturday.
Select wise and earnest-hearted
men as y<~'Ur representatives to the
prohibition couventio-n, that you
may.have a voice in couusels which
certainly have for their object the
secular, moral, and social welfare
of our people.
L. R. GWALTNEY,
D. Z. DANTZLER.
WHY LAO JES LIKE COFFEE,
Though Many Admit it Hurts
Many ladies h.-ve so great a liking for coffee
for breakfast that thc meal seems flat and un
savory without it; but the muddy complexion
which is almost a sure eccompan imcni., is a grea^
trial, and the question is seriously diKcussed
many ami m ny limes over in one's mind
whether it is possible t give over the coffee .iud
gradually get back tl lost complexi?n, or heep
on with the coffee anti get on with the bad skin
and maka the best of it.
The disordered Stomach and liver sometimes
bring on more serious ; roubles. To quit the us?
of coffee is he only true relic"; it contains the
lame poisonous alkaloids as tobacco,strychnine
and morphine, a I,bough less in volume. On?
ern use thc delicious bot Food Coffee, Postum
Cereal, al meals, and never mist; thc coffee. It
brews the dctp seal-brown of Mocha, and takes
on lite rick golden-brown of old Java when
cream is added. When boiled Tull 15 minute*
ufter boiling commences, it lasies like the better
grades of Java. Ii i-.m:.<'.e by the Postura Cereal
Co., Lim., of Ba lle Creel., Michigan, purely
and wholy of tiie nourishing grain-; intended by
tiie Creator for man's subsistence. The pungent
taste so wei! liked in strong coffee is retained in
Xaiurc quid ly recovers when coffee is left off
and tiie natural health coffee is used in its place'
Healthful >!ccp is aguin enjoyed, and nerves
sto.nach. liver, bowels and heart cease their com
plaining when the dlsturblitlg cause i.- with?
These are (Treat big live fads, worthy the at
tention of anyone who cares for the exquisite
fun of being perfectly well.'
Beware "f the fraudu cut imitation? of th?
origimil Postum Cereal Pood Coffee. Insist on
Subslituiors drug their concoctions to give
them a coffee flavor. Genuine packages of
Postnm have red sea!? and thc words, "It makes
red blood," thereon.
in One Bay.
Mt. W. A. Turk, General Pas
senger Agent of the Southern
Railway, is collecting information
fur Summer Homes' Folder for the
ensuing Summer, giving the names
of proprietors, poBtoffice addresses,
at or near what station, conveyance
used, number of guests, terms per
day, week and month. This infor
mation will be printed in au
attractive form and a large edition
published and distributed by the
various agents of this immense
system throughout all sections of
the country. Persons contempla
ting taking boar ?rs for the ensu
ing summerare requested to apply
to the nearest railroad agent for
b'ajk to be filled our giving the
above information, and forward at
once to W. A. Turk, General
Passenger Agent, Washington,
D. C., so that it may reach him
not later than April 1st.
The sympathetic tenderness of a lov
ing husband is everything to an expec
tant mother, especially during her first
ordeal. George Layton, E3q., a promi
nent druggist of Dayton, O., gives the
following case :
A customer of mine, whose wife has used
four bottles of ;' Motker's Friend " before con
ti ncrneiit, says, after seeing the effects of the
remedy, tfcat'if she had to zo through thc ordeal
again, and lhere vrere but four bottles on thc
mnrkct, uno the cost was JICO per bottle, she
would have tl:em.
" Mother's Friend " is a scientifically
compounded liuiment which affords cer
tain relief in the various ailments pre
ceding childbirth, and assures proper
elasticity to the cords and muscles In
volved in the final ordeal.
"Mother's Friend" is sold hy drug
gists, or expressed ou receipt of one
Valuable book, " Before _ Baby i?
Born," mailed free on application.
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta, Bl.
Subscrile for the Edjiofiekl
EEHB?E?SSESSS Now i? the tirnt
that' every one
s-hould take a
spring tonio te
system and pre
pare for the eactra
demands of Nature. Every spring
the system is thoroughly over
hauled-there is a general house
cleaning going on within. The
impurities that have been accumu
lating for a year must be got
ten rid of, and the system reno
vated and prepared for the siege
of summer. Unless Nature is as
sisted in this task, the strain on
the system is too severe, and a
breakdown is the result. Some
people neglect to supply this as
sistance, and as a result they are
overcome by an enervating, de
pressed feeling, their energies re
lax, appetite fails, and they are
totally disabled for a season.
Everybody just now needs a tonio,
and Swift's Specific
ie logically the best tonic on the
market. The general health needs
building up, hence a tonic is needed
that is entirely harmless. S. S. S.
is purely vegetable, and is the only
blood remedy that is guaranteed
to contain no potash, mercury, or
other hannful mineral ingredient.
It is Nature's remedy, being made
from roots and herbs gathered
from Nature's great storehouse. It
thoroughly cleanses the blood of
all impurities, tones up the gen
eral health, renews the appetite
and imparts new life and vigor to
the entire system. Dangerous
typhoid fever and other prevalent
summer diseases seldom attack a
person whose system is thoroughly
toned up with
S. S. S. in the
spring. Get S.
S. S. and be pre
pared. Sold by all
SAVE MONEY! SATE TI
Ry sending your Fall and
Winier Clothing at once to
AUGUSTA, GA: '? ?
Remomber we Clean and Re-dye
Gentlemen's Suits without ripping.
Crepe and Silk Veils finished
equal to new.
Gent's Felt'Hats cleaned.
Kid Gloves cleaned 10c per pair
WRITE FOR PRICE LIST.
Municipal Registration No-|
The books for the registration of
tho voters of the town of Edgeiiekl,
S. C., will be open at my store from
Jan. 1st, 1898, to April 1st, 1898,
said registration being for the
general election to be bpld on
April 11th, 1898, for thc election of |
Intendant and Wardens to serve
for the ensuing year.
J. L. MIMS,
Supervisor Registration Town of |
Edgefield, S. C.
LEFT my place on last Thursday
afternoon, brownish black mare
.Mule, white looking nose, kilot on left
fore knee, mouth cut good deal with
bits, about 10 or 12 years old. Got mule
from John Holloway on Lewis Lan
drum place. Notify
J. P. OUZTS,
Edgelield, S. C.
CHARLESTON & WESTERN
"Augusta and Ashville Short Line.'*
Schedule in effect Feb. 7, 1897.
Lv Augusta. 0-10 am 1 JO p ni
Ar ( ; roen wood.. 12 17p m 11 :?0 p in
Ar Anderson.... 7 80 phi
Ar Laurens- 1 15 p in 7 00 a m
Ar Greenville.. 2 55 p m 0 45 a in
Ar a tenn Sp'gs - i05 pm .
Ar SpurUiuburg'.. ;.! 00 p ni 9 25 a m
Ar Sahl dil- 5 2'S p m 5 i'd p m
Ar Henderson ville 551 pm i 45 pm
ArAsiiville.7Ol) pm .
Lv Ashville- 820 a ra .
Lv Spartanburg ll d-5 a ra -1 00 p m
Lv Greenville-ll ?i3a m 4 00 p m
ArLatirens- l?Opm 7pm
Lv Anderson. 7 00 a m
Ar -reen wood .. 2 28 p m 5 00 a m
Lv Augusta- 5 05pm 9 ila am
Lv Savannah - 5 55 a m .
Lv Calbloun Falls444p m
Ar Hue i gb- 2 Hi a tn
Ar Norfolk_ 7 'M a m
Ar Petersburg-(j 00 a m
Ar Richmond_S 15 a m
Lv Augusta. 2 55 p m
Ar Allendale. 5 00 p in
" Fairfax. 5 15 p m
"" Yemassee. U 20 p m
i" Be .IIfort. 7 20 pm
Fori Royal. 7 30 p m
5" Char'e-lon. 8OSpm
Savannah. 8 00 p m
Lv Savannah. G 50 a m
" Charleston. (5 50 am
" Port Royal. S 15 a m
" Beaufort. 8 25 a m
" YemasKce. 9 25 a ni
" Fairfax. 10 32 a ni
: " Allendale. 10 47 a m
Ar Augusta. 12 55 a m
Close connections at Greenwood for
all points on S.A. L., and C. and G.
Railway, and at Spartanburg with
Soul bern Railway.
For information relative to tickets
rates, schedules, etc., address
W. J. CKAIG, Gen. Pass. A gt.
T. If. E.MKKS0N,
Uf all kinds done at
this oflice. Call ?nd
get our prices.
?jinn immniiiiJitmni: KU mmv.iw.m\ v ?; : imam " wi ?nauii ISH? IIIIISIBIC
f# B. CARR & BROTHES,:
I , -r?nf ortcrs anti Dealers ia
?Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco.|
I Special Attention Given to Jug and Shipping Trade.
I lix*-! IO CENTRE STREET,
? ATJTG-TJ-ST.A. - - GEOBGIA.?
GEO. P. COI
? jrosiDsrsTOJsr s. o.
Furniture ?nd Household Goods,
Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Saddles, Etc.
HAVE JUST PURCHASED A NEW AND BEAUTIFUL
Calls by Telephone promptly answered and attended to.
V: LOWEST PTilCBS.
J. CD? TAM
I mn Qfnn! ?
-Importer and Wholesale Dealer -
Blacksmiths', Carpenters', Wheelwrights'.Tools,
CANE MILLS AND EVAPORATORS.
Beltii, AfiriciLtnral Implements e all li,
; AGENTS FOR BUCKEYE MOWING MACHINES AND BAKES.
915 BBOAD STREET, . ^TTO-TTST-A., <3-A.
foOLftB ,w-fl ay?g
aifl Ams?a Cotton tb asi Presses,
LARGE STOCK OF ENGINES, CHEAP AND GOOD,
f=| Ia?! $ Iron Works and'
T\U l Supply Comp
MACHINEY AND SUPPLIES. RERAIRS, Etc., QUICKLY MADE.
GET OUR PRICES BEFORE YOU KUY
S. T. 1860-10d.
IF YOU' WANT A GOOD
S. T. 1860-10d
00K i OVE
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"WHY NOT BUY AN
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._IT HAS A REPUTATION OF OVER 25 YEARS.
F?R SALE BY
GHAELES B. A.LLEIN',
331 BROAD STREET, .- - - AUGUSTA, GA.
[S AT HAND.
:"Wmiy Hundreds Efe-ve
WHY NOT YOU?
After a two month's tour of the cities of the North, affording an
extensive field of kuowledge and experience, I am again in
AUGUS T..J^ O ?.
AT 910 BROAD STREET,
Where I will be pleased lo meei roy friends and pa lien ts, and all per
sons afflicted with any
Chronic or Long Standing Diseases.
Special attention given lo di- \ .? . peculiar to ; be f uuale se: .
Consultation and ex?n inath n FREE and invited.'
I write no prescriptions, bul prepare 103 own medicines
8 A. M. to G P. M.' Ginee Hours' Sundays by previous < u jag, ment
5th Door Above Campbell. > (arly Opposite Planters Jote
roliiston ' Institute
THERE .-ire schools an ! sol 00ls. hv. cher
patronize the Joh n sf i 1 Institute:
; ure some reasons why 3*011 should
Johnston is a healthful lecation. 1 ii.".' famous "liidge," which com
prises portions of Aiken, Edgelieid, Lexington and Saluda Counties, lt
is absolutely free from malaria. Tlie saine diurnal range of temperature
as Santa Barbara, Cai.
2nd.-Johnston is a morai community .>.?Iii few :i! i n rt-mt*:: ; s to vice. No bar
rooms or vicious company to degrade I lie students.
3rd.-The Superintendents conduct two hoarding halls-Picketts flail for
young men and Rebecca Motte Hall for young ladies lu these Halls the
students are under restricti ?ns and give their undivided time to their
4th.-The Institute is conducted ona Military basis. Boys are permitted, hut
not required, to wear uniforms. This uniform is cheap, handsome and
durable. Students arc taught tu obey, as one can never rule well until
he first learns to obey well.
6tb.-Our course of study is thorough, practical and progressive. We flt stu
dents for life, as College diplomas ure issued tu those who deserve them.
6th.-We have Special Departments offering superior instructions in Book
keeping, Painting and Music. Call and see the character of work done.
Our rooms are open to inspection.
We have a bigschool. There is something st imiilat ?ligand inspinn<*about
large schools, because children Jearn not only from books, but ly. ab
-We have eleven teachers, S. Iff. Martin, doini Lake, A. J. Reamy, C. C.
Herber., Mis? A. S. Arnold, Miss Sophie Swearin?en, Mrs. U C.Latimer
Miss Sue Moan, Mrs. S. S. Cobb, Mrs. J. H. While. Mrs. A. .J. Reamy. We
will andmore if. necessary.
-Our School is under Christian influence, bul strictly unsectarian. Xo
narrow denominational lines are drawn.
-We are giving the best possible ducal in 1 a! theleusl possible cost.
The Institute is the school for the pi op e. Board and tuition from $10
to $12 per month, according to grade. Provisions taken in payment o'
board. Students received at any time, tor ?uri ncr information add res'
JOHN r^JVl?JE>, '
Co-Super ' nilen ,
Spring Expf 1898.
fi >? !
??il i ii II^M-a
Our slorc is open for Lookers as well as Buyers. It is
a regular supply depot. Take plenty pf time to ex
amine the good*. The Ftock will ber inspection. We
want your good will, and we want you to get satisfac
tion. * If Quality and Price are considered we will.
pieing: . .
DRESS SUITS, BUSINESS SUITS,
YOUNG MEN'S SUITS, CHILDREN'S SUITS \
FURNISHINGS AND HATS.
gS* If you cane ot come Telephone us-''Bell" 3213.
/. G. LEVY'S SON & GO.,
T?lLQRflT CLOTHIERS,_QUGUSfA, GA.
bweliy, Silver ova Hies,
POCKET BOOKS, DIAMOm'TOILET AEIICLES,
JOCKS, Brass, Tales Gut
SEND FOR OUR 1SS8 CATALOGUE.
lil KflNKRT iso???;
i 702 BROAD STREET,
O r<iCJ.?iixecl 1^75.
Ulli el Oem foil,.
EDWARD W. S SOTT,
Issues all Forms of Policies
at Lowest- Possible Rates
Consistent with Safety.
AND without making special raedtion of each of its many popu
lar plans of insurance, we desire to invite ihn careful examina
tion of all eoncernedin Life Insurance to T?E PROVIDENfS
T* 'ENTY-YEAR RENEWABLE TERM POLICY-A SPECIAL
; JLICY FOR BUSINESS MEN.
"Twenty years is a long time This is true in lifo insurance, as
well ai in other business transactions. Nearly all life insurance poli-,
cics are contracts fpr a period of -twei y years. They are made so by
insurance companies to supply the t1 e needs of the insuring public.
When a man takes a whole-life, (wei ty payment life or twenty-year
bond, he considers its cost to him during twenty years, and the settle
ment which he cn make at the m l o* twenty years. Experience and
st; .istics prove t1 it 0 y a sn :U
'longer than the fcweuty-year peri.)'
Men take on la ge i ines of ir
suing twenty years cover tho pei
up and being!educated ; it also
ness activity. It covers the time
cu tage" of policies are continued
J f c 1 . 3 30 to . 0. The e 1
?en ti eir amilies are g owing
the period >f their greatest busi
1 their an .lies and business in
terests require .the greatest amount of p 0 ectio'i.
A man's requirements are voe the same at 60 years that they are
at 40 years. His fair Hy has grown up, his business conditions have
changed, or the necessity for insurance bas d:sappeared.
In view of thes'3 facts, The Provident. Savugs issues a policy at a
fixed rate for twenty years, which includes only the cost of protection
for that time. The premiums on this policy are less than one-half the
premiums charge,i fo a twenty-payment life. It a mau wants insur
ance for protection on yi this policy will supply his wants admirably.
He is not obliged to : ake a de -it vith an insurance company for a
futur?, which he n : -lever reach; especially when he has naed for
this deposit, and mor -, toe, :n his business.
To illustrate Policy, we will give the figures. A man at 30
hikes on of th?s< ' icies for $1,000 at the regular term rates of $14.91
per amw:m for ti v. y years. This policy can he continued, after
twenty years, without medical re-examination, at rates for tho ago
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GOI:BKOADWAY, AUGUSTA, GA.;:
Centrally Located ....
. . . . Electric Cars Pass the Door*
$ 1 Per Day- Special R?iesSby the Week.
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What is The Use of Paying $2 to $3
PEI: DAY FOR HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS
WHEN YOU CAN
GET THE BEST AND MOST COMFORTABLE ROOMS
FOR 50 OR 75 CENTS
PER DAY AND TAKE YOUR MEALS WHERE YOU PLEASE.
GET THE BEST.
PAY FOR ONLY WHAT YOV GET AND?NO MORE.
THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL
hs the only Euroj an Plan Hotel in Augusta, Ga. Your patronage is
solicited. S. C. & Ga. trahis pass h< door.
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