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Edenfield Advertiser
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1903.
Fresh oyster crackers, snow
flakes, wafers, milk biscuits aud
fancy cakeB assorted always on
hand. THE PENN DRUG-STORE.
Freeh supply of Landreth's gar
den sued just received.
W. E. LYNCH & Co.
Rhoumacide ?R a powerful blood
purifier. It cures rheumatism,
sciatica and other stubborn dis
eases pp rr anent ly. This is proof
that you want to take it to purify
your blood this spring. At Drug
gists.
Try a bo.tie of our White Pine
and Tar for coughs, colds, giip.etc.
25c per bottle ; every bottle guar
anteed to benefit.
W. E. LYNCH & Co.
If you are not using our teaR
and coffees try them once and you
will use no other. For delightful
aroma and flavor they are unsur
passud. Call for our White Star
coffee. THE PENN DRUG STORE.
To Grow Big Crops of Grain or
Cotton U90 Armour's Animal Fer
tilizers. For sale by
A. E. & R. C. PADGETT
Buist's Seed Irish Potatoes, On
iou Sets, English Peas, etc.
W. E. LYNCH & Co.
Paint your wagons, buggies and
carriages and oil your harness. We
can supply the best paint and oil
at reasonable prices.
RAMSEY & JONES.
Do not buy Eye Glasses as you
would a paper of pins but have
your eyes examined scientifically
and & glass ground for each eye.
GEO. F. MIMS,
Graduate Optician.
Our stock of harness, saddles,
bridles, buggy robes aud whips is
complete. These goods are marked
. at prices that will move them.
RAMSEY & JOXES.
We want every housewife in
Ed ge field county to know that our
counters, tables and shelves ara
filled with all of the season's deli
cacies that.tempi and satisfy the
appetites of mortals.
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
Crayon Portraits enlarged from
?mall pictures of any kind. Satis
faction guaranteed.
R. H. MIMS.
Call upon us wb?>u io need of
trunks, valises, satchels or dress
suit eases. Wo carry a large as
sortment of these goods with pri
sta right.
RAMSEY & JONES.
Weare head^trters for.toilet
soaps, perfumer* an I all fancy ar
ticles. You can get Colgate's soaps
and perfume from us.
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
Along with our large and varied
assortment e/ china fi^Bftwarg
VVfiuFTy a bean ti mi une or cherry
and oak china closets. Call and
ask to see thom.
RAMSEY & JONES.
A word to the hunters, we have
a large stock of guns, loaded shells
fb??th black sud smokeless pow
asr),leggingfl and every tning that
a hunter needs. Drop iu and let
us show you.
RAMS A Y & JONES.
*?fow is the time to prepare the
early gardeu. We can supply you
with fresh seed of all varieties.
Large assortment of Buist,? garden
8?ed ju9t received. The PENN
DRUG STORE.
Our stock of wagons, buggies,
bed-room sets, tables, rocking
chairs, desks, brass and enameled
iron beds, mattings, rugs, etc., was
never before nore complete.
RAMSEY & JONES.
.Just received another car load
of Rock Hill buggies which we are
selling cheaper thau ever before
and on v*ry easy t^rms to good
parties.
RAMSEY JONES.
A LOVE LETTER
Would not iuterest you if you're
looking for a guaranteed Salve for
sores, burns or piles. Otto Dodd, of
Ponder, Mo, writes: "I suffered
with an ugly sore for a year-but a
box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve
cured me. It's the best Salv>. on
earth. 25c at The Penn Drug
Store.
ANY CHURCH or parsonage or
in?titut:on supported by voluntary
contribution will be given a liber
al quantity of the Longman &
Martinez Pure Paints wheoever
they paint.
NOTE: Have done so for tvienty
?eveu years. Sales: Tens of mil
lions of gallons; painted nearly
taro million houses un der guaran tee
to repaint if uot satisfactory : Th<
paint wears for periods up to eigh
teen years. Linseed Oil must b
added to the paint, (done in two
minutes). Actual cost then about
$1.25 a gallon. Samples free. Sold
by our Agents, The Penn Drug
Store*
For Horses, Cattle and Hogs
W- ErL?NCH&CO.
Winier baa lingered this year in
the lap of spring. i
Think of it, frost on the 23rd of '
April ! Jot that down in your
memorandum book. I
Mr. R. T. Scurry was reelected '
by the county board ou Saturday
last to serve as beer dispenser for t
the ensuing year. ?
A. S. Tompkinp, Esq., and Mise- 1
es Graceful ia a nd Kate Tompkins
left yesterday for Abbeville to at- (
teudtbe Fetzer-Graydon wedding ,
which occurB today. ]
Mrs. J. A. Lott and Miss Alma
Hart, of Johnston, spent Saturday 1
last in Edgefield en route from a (
visit to the former's sister, Mrs.
J. L. Miller, of Colliers.
A strange but not uncommon I
sight this spring is to see one and f
the same man wearing a straw hat 1
and au overcoat. Of course he
wears his undercoat also. I
S. M. Smith, Esq., went over to <
Parksvilleon legal busiuess Fri- i
day last, returning the same day. <
The 'Squiro sayB the roads on the
WeBt side are in first class shape
now.
Mr. C. A. Brunson came up !
from Aiken to spend Sunday in 1
Edgefield. He is very much j
pleased with Aiken, also with
the duties that devolve upon him ,
iu his new position.
On Wednesday night last hand- ?
some Master Willis Evans, a stu- i
dent, of the S. C. C. I., united with ;
the Baptist church, making the
thirteenth ac cession as result of the ,
recent revival, all of whom were
baptized. . ,
While stopping over iii Col um- 1
bia on his return from Laurens,
whither he went on business, Mr. (
S. McG. Simkms, by request,acted |
as one of the judges in au oratori
cal contest between the students of j
the South Carolina college. j
Hatcher's poud, near Trenton, 1
has.become the favorite rendezvous
for a number of Edg< field's fisher- ]
men. Capt. Cain's fame for mak- (
iog stews bas gone abroad into the I
four coruers of the earth. He can 1
tak? a mud-cat and make a stew ]
that would tempt the gods.
Alien Joues and Ed Weaver, both c
colored, who were sentenced to 1
three years each on the chain gang i
for breaking into and robbing the 1
?tore of Mr. James T. Ouzts, of t
Elmwood, were released on Satur
day last, having served t_ sen- >
teuce. v
The resume of the hietory.object c
for which founded and the work of *
the order of L O. 0. F. delivered J
before the local lodge by Rev. G. ^
W. Davis-on Sunday afternoon last
on.the occasion of tho celebration of *]
litt ffiilh ^^^^a^d^J3??^mt9?^mLk
1 was veryinteresting to all present j
-the uninitiated as well as iciti- ,
ated. i
Miss Virginia Addison will in n
few days forward another order
for perfumery, soap,powder,paint,
shampoo, tooth powders, paste, etc. '
Better take or seud her your order '
at once if you need any of the
above mentioned articles. And, of
course, everybody in Edgefield
needs some if not all of them. We
eau testify personally to their mer
it.
According to tho constitution of
the order each local lodge in the
state is entitled to ono delegate to
the Grand Lodge of the I. 0. O.F.
for a given number of members.
1 he membership of the local lodge
entitles it to more than two but
uot three, iu other words, two and
a half delegates. Dr. F. W. P.
Butler, Mr. Elijah Timmerman
and M. P. Wells, Esq., have been
elected. Now tho question arises,
which is to be the half delegate,
the half-a-man ?
Mr. E. S. Johnson, one Edge
field's wide-awake and most pros
perous mr chants, has rented the
store in the ADVERTISER budding
which was recently vacated ly Mr.
G. W. Campbell and will occupy
it ou and after.July 1st.
Rev. Mr. Cowan Next Sunday
The committee that was ap
pointed sevaral montb3 ago at a
conference of our Baptist church
to recommeud some .oue to the
church as a permanent pastor has
invited the Rev. Mr. S. A. Cowan,
of Atlanta, to preach on Sunday
morning next. He has been af
fectionately commended to the
people of Edgefield and we trust,
tha. he will be greeted by a large
congregation on this his fir9t visit
to our town.
Advertised Letters.
List of letters retnaiuiug iu the
Postofiice at Edgefield, S. C., week
ending April 25,1903:
Frank Attaway, W. J. Earnest,
Hampton T. Hendrix and Henry
Hearty.
When asking for letters on this list
?ay "advertised."
W. H. BRUNSON, P. M.
I d?faire to inform Ihe Edgefield
people that I handle only ehoic^
beef at my maru et and never buy or
kill grass fed cattle. Not being
able to find first class 'ieef cattle
near herp. I have just purchased
a lit in Augusta which I drove to
Edgefield. Th^y cost more of
cours?? but I pell at lix? R;im'! pr i : e.
Your patronage is solicited.
II. II. SANDERS.
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING
When yon take G rove's Tasteless Chi ll
Toni i because Hie formula is plainly
print d on every bottle showing thal
itiR simply Iron and oui"ine ina
tastel'S form. No cure no pay 50c.
o The Thinking Thousands
Miss Liuie Minis has been spend
ing a week in Augusta with rela
:ivcs.
Mrs. Susai B. Hill is unending
:his week in Augusta with Mr. and
Mrs J. Walter Pearce.
Better do your shopping these
ifterooous before 7 o'clock, for the
?tores close at that hour on and
ifter Friday.
Mrs. J. M. Shaffer, of McKen
Iree, spent Friday last in our town
vith her sister, Mrs. W. H. Har
ing.
Mr. William Sharp ton of the
Hardy's section of our county is
)U a visit to his uncle, Hon. J.
Wm. Thurmond.
Mrs. Dr. F. W. P. Butler leaves
?he latter part of this week for an
?xtendrd visit to relatives iu Co
lumbia and Rock Hill.
Hon. J. C. Sheppard was iu at
tendance upon the United States
jourt in Greenville last week aud
is attending the special term of
;ourt in Greenwood this week.
Hon. P. R. Mayson has been
2inployed to assist the State in the
prosecution of Durst for killing
Shaver. Tho case will probably
oe tried at the May term of court
it Saluda.
Uncle Remus said that it is a
mighty deaf "nigger" that does not
hear the dinner horn, and we say
it will be a mighty deaf clerk thai
does not hear the closing bell on
Friday afternoon.
When Messrs. B. L. Joues ?
3on bitch four fiery steeds to their
wagonette it reminds one of a real
tallyho that is seen in cities. All
that is lacking is the bugle.
Gforge Bell Timmerman, Esq.,
DUO of the most prominent mem
Dors of the Lexington bar, spent
Friday and Saturday last in Edge
iield. He has many 6iaunch
friends here who are always glad
o sep him.
What about the new depot?
Nothing definite of when, where or
>fwhat it is tobe built can be
leard. The supreme c>uit must
lave gotton its finger in the pie.
Heaven forbid !
After the adjournment of the
ion ve nt ion of Women's club in Co
umbia last week, of which she
vas a very active member, Mrs. J.
3. Haltiwanger left for Auderson
o visit relatives.
Mr. James B. McKie came up
rom his farm near Woodlawn,
vhere he spends most of hi3 time,
ri \\ eduesday last to witness the
mptismof his children, little Miss
Smmie and Master Clement
tfcKie.
Messrs. E. H. Folk, J. Wm.
Thurmond ""j. Ai P jMgjjhMlfljM^
l?rtWiP^tePP^Widwell sale at Johns
ton on Saturday la?t. Nearly all
af the property that was placed on
sale brought good prices. The
Georgia Railroad bank Btock sold
for $257. per share, the par value
being $100; the stock of the Bank
af Johnston brought. $56.50 per
share, par value $50; the Johnston
Warehouse stock $20, par valu? $2^
Mr M. N. Holstein, of Monetta,
has been spending a few days in
Edgefield. He reports that there
is en abundance of fruit on the
''Ridge." We were delighttd to
hear from his own lips that he and
Mrs. Holstein will move to Edge
fiele this fall to dwell permanently
among ue. Their chidren, many
grand-children and all Edgefield
will welcome, thrica welcome
them.
Messrs. D. B. Hollingsworth, M.
P. Wells andB. E. Nicholson were
the only three persons from Edge
field so fortuuate as to Bee and
hear Joseph Jefferson, America's
greatest actor, in the role of Rip
Van Wrinkle, at the opera house iu
Augusta on Friday night last. To
say that thene gentlemen were de
lighted and charmed but feebly
expresses it.
CONFESSION OF A PRIEST.
Rev. Jno. S. Cox, of Wake, Ark.,
writes, "/or 12 years I suffered
from yellow jaundice I consulted
a number of physicians and tried
all sorts of medicines, but git no
lelief. Then I began the use of
Electric Bittprs and feel that I am
now cured ef a diseases that had
me in its grip for twelve years."
SAVES TWO FROM DEATH.
"Our little daughter had almost
fatal attack of whooping cough and
bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K.
Haviland, of Armonk N. Y.,"but,
when all other remedies failed, we
saved her life with Dr. King's New
Discovery. Our niece, who had
coi.sumption in an advanced stage,
also used this wonderful medicine
and to-day she is perfectly well."
Desperate throat ?.nd lung diseases
yield to Dr. King's New Discovery
as to no other medicine on earth.
Infallible for coughs and colds.
50c and $1.00 bottles guaranteed
by The Penn Drug Store. Trial
bottles fre-?
The friends of Mr. H. A. Smith
will be glad to know that he hae
greatly improved siuce he has been
at the hospital. Mrs. Smith who
ha3 been constantly at her hus
band's bedside will return to Edi'
(ield the nd ter part of the week.
BROKE INTO HIS HOUSE.
P. Le Quinn of Cu ven pish Vt.
was robbed of his customary health
l?y i ii var ion of chronic constipation
When Dr. King's New Life Pills
l.roke into his house, his trouble
was arrested and now he's entirely
cured. They're guaranteed tocure,
V)C at The Penn Drug Store,
The annual May picnic
the S.C.C. I. will be held
Friday at Centre Spring.
Mrs. Ida Sheppard, aco;
panied by Mist Kate,, spe
yesterday at their old hoi
near Mountain Creek churo
The pension funds,$3,oi<
35, have been received
Clerk of Court Cogburn a
are being rapidly paid 01
Hear Miss Benfey Thui
day night. She is withoul
peer on the American rc
trum.
Mrs Elizabeth Adams lfi
on Monday to spend a foi
night at the home of Mr.
Q Adams, of Ridgeland, S.<
Do not forget to attend tl
meetings that are being he
every morning and evenir
this week in our Methodi
church.
Two charming young 1
dies of.Augusta, Misses Jan
Turner and May Park, a:
visiting Mr and Mrs D
G ri ce.
Misses Lona Tillman ar
Addie Hughes and Mr. J
R. Tillman. Jr., of Trentoi
attended the dance on Fridi
evening last
Mr Joe Gordon Hollan<
who has been attending Fu
man university - for son
months, arrived in Edgefiel
on Friday last to remain f<
the summer.
The May festival is on ;
Mr J M Cobb's store. Rea
his new advertisement i
which he tells of the fresh ai
rivals of the newest and late:
novelties in spring apparel.
The lyceum was forced t
cancel the engagement <
Fred Emerson Brooks fe
Tuesday night and Miss Ber
fey will appear in our oper
house Thursday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. ?
Minis are receiving the cor
gratulations of their friend
upon the arrival of a brigh
little lady who is to be th
queen of their home.
One of the most recherch
social functions of the seasoi
was the card party given rr
Mr. and Mrs. Charles AGrif
flin on Friday evening last
The first lady's prize wai
won by Mrs. F. W. P. But
1er, the first gentleman's priz<
"\vas~~tTrjnre "xnVoy "^r.-^r^
Tompkins and the consolatio
prize was awarded to Mrs. D
S. DuBose.
Mr and Mrs W B Cogburi
visited their niece, Mrs Sara)
Bryant, a daughter of Mr an<
Mrs J Q Cogburn, who reside
near Sophia in Saluda county
on Friday last. Mrs Bryan
had been very ill for severa
days and soon after the retun
ot Mr and Mrs Cogburn t<
Edgefield the sad intelligent
of her death reached them
The funeral took place a
Mountain Creek church or
Saturday
The oil mill has practically shu
down for this season, all seed hav
. been grouud. As farmers Ul
u y sell what seed are left af te
tL rop is planted it is probabl
th lhe mill will be run fo
se\ days later on to grind wha
seei e brought in. Many ton
mor ed have been ground by th
mill Luis season than during air
other sea?on in its history. Th*
.profits, however, to th i mill wil
not be proportionately greater foi
very high prices were paid foi
seed dui mg most of the season.
Death of a Christian Woman
After a pilgrimage of 73 y.?ar
on earth, the last 15 of which wer
spent upon the bed of affliction
God, in gathering his jewels, hal
called Mrs. Mary Middleton t<
her heavenly home where she cai
praise and serve Him more per
redly and enjoy throughout tb<
untold cycles of eternity the treas
ures that moths cannot corrup
nor thieves break through anc
steal. This good Christian woman
the oldest representative of one ol
the oldest and most honoree
famlies of our county, died at the
home of her beloved daughter, Mre,
Dr. D. A. J. Bell, of ParkBville, oi;
Wednesday la?t. Her Godly life
and tha beautiful manner in whiob
she so patiently bore the ills of the
flesh will be a sweet benediction
to the mauy friends and lovad onet
who survive her. She bad been
for 53 years a consistent membei
ol Red Hill church. Mrs. Middle
ion leaves a son aud three daugh
ters. Her remains were laid ts
redt beside her husband at the old
family burying grounds, Revs J. T.
Littlejohn and J. T. Miller offici
ating. (Read what our Parks
v i I le correspondent says of this
noble womau.)
Wanted ut Once.
WV want u gond, bright, quick
and n-liable boy of about lb, 18 or 20
year-? nf age, to learn the printing
busiiU'ss-tu set straight copy. A
ir<wid iMluciitioii thin means for some
..mutlier's buy", mid an honorable
profession-on?? tiiat w ' make a
good living, when ur y manag
ed, if n f a utt.rieh < opportu
.nltv. Apply right i ,y to L. Wig
fall ('lii'nthnm, pt fisher nf the
Chronicle, E-lg. field, S. C.
THE OLD RELIABLE
POWDER
Absolutely Pure
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
Miss Mary Buford has
just received some very beau
tiful chiffon pattern hats. She
invites the Ed^efield ladies to
call and inspect them.
Tour Spring SUI!
Your Spring
Your Sui
Your Sui
Alt are here awaiting you. '.
Clothing, Hats and Furnishin
shown. The suitings surpass
beauty, style and durability,
able, in fact they can't be dupl
chandiae in the city. Our C
sends us to the front in bargu
vince you of the above facts.
J. B. WHIT
Spot Cash Clothing Ste
Our merchants are wearing smil
ing faces.as in their mind's eye and
ear,they see and hear money jin
gle iii their cash drawers that will
be'put there by the $5,000 monthly
pay roil of the" quarry. ADd every
body hopes that this amount will
be greatly increased by the money
paid out this ?uramer in the erec
tion of the college building.
i cents
Eight cents a pound is
what a young woman paid for
twelve pounds of flesh.
She was thin and weak and
paid one dollar for a bottle of
Scott's Emulsion, and by tak
ing regular doses had gained
twelve pounds in weight before
the bottle was finished.
Eight cents a pound is
cheap for such valuable ma
terial. Some pay more, some
less, some get nothing for
their money. You get your
money's worth when you buy
Scott's Emulsion.
We will send you a little
free.
SCOTT & BOWNE, CHEMISTS,
409 Pearl Street, New York.
$ oe. and ?1.00 ; all druggists.
Where to Worship.
Rev. J. T. Miller will preacb at
Plum branch on Sunday morning
next and at Parksville in the af
ternoon.
Rey. J. T. Littlejohn will preach
at Red Oak Grove on Sunday
morning next and at Modoc in
thu afternoon.
Rev. R. A. Yongue will preach
in our Methodist church next Sun
day morning and evening.
Rev.G.W.Davis will not preach
at McKendree on Sunday after
noon next.
Rev. P. P. Blalock will preach
at Berea on Sunday morning next.
Rev. S. A. Cowan will preach
in our Baptist church on next
Sunday morning.
' Rev. P. B. Lanham will preach
at Republican on Sunday morning
next.
Rev. W. S. Martin will preach
at Harmony on Sunday afternoon
next.
Rev. T. P. Burgess wiU preach
at Edgefield on Sunday morning
next.
nmer SHIRT
Miner DRAWERS
L'he most complete stock of
Z Goods that we have ever
any we have ever shown for
The price? are very reason
icated on same kne of mer
ash buying and Cash selling
tin giving. A look will con
10% discount on Clothing.
rE & co's
si AUGUSTA.
CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH
?ca Ut: th!
Original nnri Only Oenulne.
SAKI:. Alwajirtltablt. Lad lo?, uk IVutflit
for CHICHESTER*!) ENGLISH
la REI? ?ni Cold metallic ooze teated
?lb MIK ribbon. Take no other. Refute
Paagcroiia Hub.tltutlona and Imita
tiona. Kv j of jour Druggtit. or fend 4c. In
.ump. for Portio':!...-.. Teatlmonlali
?nd "Relief for Ladle?, "m fetter, bj ro
tura Moll. 10.000 Te.UmoulaU. Sold 5/
?ll Dru?l.t.. Cblehe.ter Chemical Co.,
uaatr. Madi.oa Square, I'UILA.. PA.
. I take this means of thaukiog
the public lor past patronage and
announcing that I wi)^ commence
the delivery of ice about April the
first, better prepared than ever to
fill orders, large or small. Will
quote prices and name schedules j
a little later.
_ Al n*. ATAYXUR.
March 23rd, 1903.
PALACE MARKET
I keep afirwt class market in the
Parker Building. Choice fresh
meats always on hands at reaeon
ible prices. I will also sell ICE.
Car load will arrive lu a few days.
Your patronage solicited.
J. W. CRIM.
NOTICE.
On the 29th of May, 1903, the
undersigned will make application
unto the Probate court at Edge
field, S. C., for a final discharge as
Executor of the estate of W. D.
Turner, deceased.
G. P. WHITE,
Executor.
April 28th, 1903.
Thousands Have Kidney Trouble
and Don't Know it.
How To Find Out.
Fill a bottle or common glass with your
water and let lt stand twenty-four hours; a
sediment or set
_tjing_jjidicates an
unhealthy~c?rr?fc '
tion of the kid
neys : if it stains
your linen lt is
evidence of kid
ney trouble; too
frequent desire to
pass it or pain in
the back is also
convincing proof that the kidneys and blad
der are out of order.
What to Do.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every
wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the
back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
of the urinary passage. It corrects inability
to hold water and scalding pain in passing
lt, or bad effects following use of liquor,
wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to go often
during the day, and to get up many times
during the night. The mild and the extra
ordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon
realized. It stands the highest for its won
derful cures of the most distressing cases.
If you need a medicine you should have the
best. Sold by druggists in 50c. and$l. sizes.
You may have a sample bottle of thia
wonderful discovery
and a book that teilst
more about it, both sent)
absolutely free by mail.
Address Dr. Kilmer &
Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
Homo of Swam.-vRoot.
When writing men
tion reading this generous offer in this paper
PROF. P. M. WHITMAN,
209 7th Street, Augusta, Ga.,
GIVES FREE EYE TESTS for all defrcts of
si?lit, grind* the proper glumes and WAU
KANTS thom.
Lenses cut into your frame while you wuii.
CDCp .* > tells if you n?< !
. "?-Ii - . oiei'icioe orgia*?*
To O
Take Laxative Bro
Seven Million boxes sold in post 12
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I THE FARMERS BANK (
I LOF EDGEFIELD S- C. ?
i STATE AND COUNTY DEPOSITOS!. I
3 =
E THE LARGEST ANO STRONGEST BANK IN EDGEFIELD COUNTY j?
I Paid up Capital.$ 58,000.00 =
5 Surplus and Undivided Profits. 18,000.00 =
= Liability of Stockholders. 58.000.00 |
5 Protection tp Depositors.$134,000.00 ?
= We invite attention of those desiring a safe depository for their money to the above S
I fact*. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS BY SPECIAL CONTRACT. S
E Under provision of its charter this bank is authorized to act as trustee, guardian s
S administrator and executor, and to accept and execute trusts generally.
= A. E. PADGETT, President T. II RAINSFORD Vice-Prcs. E
5 J. L. CAUGHMAN, Canhier. W. H. HARLING, Asst.-Cashier 5
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s ARRIVED ?z!
?j I take this means of ^
EH informing my friends
and the public that ^
my Chiffon Pat hrj
tern Hats.
are here and ready for \^
your inspection. I am HH
sure you can select a jj
hat from my line that
will please you and at ?
the same time not im- ?
pair your purse.
Very Truly,
READY for BUSINESS
-dOOOf.:
? have JUST OPENED UPJI full stock of
.j Staple and Fancy Groceries,
i PLANTATION SUPPLIES, DRY GOODS & NOTIONS.
I can sell you Good, Brand New goods at Very Rea
sonable prices. Give me a trial and you will be
convinced that I can save you mouey. - - -
L. A. ASHLEY.
orner, Eflofii, S. C.
o
J Groceries ! %
I \f"DT T TVTm ?? mTAT\T OTTTTVTTiT TTlfY 1/ ?
% PLANTATION SUPPLIES* 1
S
I am again selling Groceries in the stoie icnown as the fi
SWEARIMGEN BUILDING and also guarantee my '
Goods and Pricee. Give me a call before buying. jg
Also Represent Smith Brothels ?
loi Augusta, Ga., and guarantee AUGUSTA PRICES. 7
I
IE, S. JOHNSON.S
|rtr-M
We are very busy showing
EW GOODS
and making sales, but will try
to get time by next week to
tell you through these col
umns of some good things
WE'RE OFFERING
My stock is very [complete
in all departments and the
PRICES are RIGHT.
I highly appreciate your
trade and will srive satisfaction
i Cl *
c. m MAY
March 17, 1903.
DON'T HESITATE
To sell your OLD GOLD or SI J,VER
that you do not want. Send it to me
and get the CASH. I am paying HIGH
PRICKS for antique silver in good con
dition, from a spoon to a tea set
B. D. NUITZ, 603 N. Eutaw Sr.. Bal
tiniore,Md.,dealer in Antique 9ilver,etc
Established 1S71.
B/E. Nicholson,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
gjflTPrompt and Careful at
tention to Business. Office
ire a Cold in One Day
mo Quinine Tablets. *
-?... ?tfhis Signatare,
Cures Grip
in Two Days.
on every
box. 25c.

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