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. WEDNESDAY, MAR. 30,1904.
For the b*st smoke i-i town go to
Bui at's Selected Seed Irish Po
tatoes, shipped direct from to farm
to THE PENK DRUG Sxors.
Ladies it is to your interest to
gee tb* levely mercerized eff. ct?
in White Piques, Oxford, Mulls
and Persian Goods 10 to 50cts. at
J. M. COBB'S.
A large supply of School Books
* always ou hand at reasonable
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
We sell the celebrated Sweet Orr
<fc Co. Overalls none better.
C. E. MAY.
We have in stock a full liue ol
Iron, Enameled and Brass Beds,
with Springs to fit.
RAMSEY & JONES.
Heinz's celebrated Dressings aud
Pickles, both iu bottles and in bulk
THE P^ENN DRUG STORE.
Just received aud coming 2 car
loads of nails sud barbed wire.
THE EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
Boys Suits 8 to 15 years at a re
duction of 25 per cent.
Fresh Drugs of all kinds can be
had at our store at very reasonable
Large stock of Trunks, Valises,
Rugs, Lap Robes, Etc Get our j
RAMSEY & JONES.
We have a few Blankets and
"Comforts left. It will pay you to
get our prices before you. buy.
C. E. MAY.
We want to fill your Prescrip
tions. Oulyfre8h drugs are used.
Our prices are rignt.
Why go to the trouble and ex-j
pense of making cakes at home
when you eau buy delightful fancy
crackers that are fresh at
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
In order not to carry over a
Cloak or Cape, we have decided to
sell the remainder of our Stock at
n reduction of 25 per cent.
C. E. MAY.
Just received a car load of ''Old
Hickory" and "Blue Grass" wagons
and two car loads of "Rock Hill"
and "Hackney" buggies. We want
to sell you.
RAMSEY & JONES.
- Bring us your lauudry. We re
fissent the famous Charlotte
^ C. E. MAY.
Lei, us furnish your house at a
. little cost. Solid Oak Suits, from
$23 up, chair? from 50 cents up
and Solid Oak "Rockers from $1.50
RAMSEY & JONES.
FOR SA LE: Ten cr fifteen
pigs and shotts, from $1.75 to
$2.00 ea^b. Apply to F. N. K.
".Stop your groaning." Rheuma
cide will cure you, and make you
feel ten year6 youi.g^r. Get it at
Young men, come to our store
for fresh candy for your lady love
What is more delightful for
breakfast or supper than Pickled
Pigs' Feet. We have them.
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
Ladies Cloaks and Capes, Missos
Cloaks and Boys Suits will be sold
at a reduotiou of 25 per cent at
C. E. MAY'S.
S05 Broad Street.
W. B. YOUNG, - - - P-ssideat
T. G. WEIGLK, - ... Cashier
SAVINGS ACCOUTS SOLICITED
Interest Paid on Deposits.
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
All the blood in your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
The kidneys are your
blood purifiers, they fil
ter out the waste or
impurities in the blood.
If they are sick or out
of order, they fail to do
Pains, aches and rheu
matism come from ex
cess of uric acid in the
blood, due to neglected
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
heart beats, and makes one feel as though
they had heart trouble, because the heart is
over-working in pumping thick, kidney
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
It used to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
but now modern science proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their begin
ning in kidney, uouble.
i If you are sich you can make no mistake
- by first doctorinc your kidneys. The mild
and thei extraord nary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-RtfOt, the great kidney remedy is
soon'reallzed. 11 stands the highest for its
wonderful cures > ii the most distressing cases
and lz ijold oa its merits,
by all druggists i a fifty
cent and one-dot 'ar siz-j
es. You may lave a
sample bottle b/ mail Homo of 8iramr>Root.
free, also pamph let telling you how to find
out If you have;'Kidney or bladder trouble.
'Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Bingham ton, N. Y.
Death of a CU Uti.
Little Henry Davis, the twelve
months-old son of R<*v. at.d Mrs.
Geo. VV. Davie, died ou Friday
last at their home at Cordova,
Orangeburg county. While; living
.lmong us Mr. and Mrs. Davis lost
i little child wtio was buried in
our village cemet'-ry, consequent
ly the romains of little Henry were
brought to Edgefield tor Interment
on Sunday afternoon last. The
hearts of their maoy Edgefiel.l
friends go out to th^Be grief-strick
.io parents in this hour of bereave
ment, an 1, trusting in the God
who gave them this precious babe,
?hey have the assurance that ibis
idol of thrir home is safe in the
arras of Jesus, away from tb?; tri
als aud crosses of earth.
Where to Worship-1st Sunday.
Rev. P. P. Blalock, will preach
at Berea on Sunday morning and
at the Mill chapel in the evening.
Rev. J. T. Miller will preach at
Parkeville on Sunday morning and
at Plum BrRuch in the afternoon.
Rev. T. P. Burgess will preach
iu our Presbyterian church on SUD
Rav. B.T). Thames will preach
at Republican on Suuday morn
Rev. Marvin Auld will preach
in our xVIethodist church on Suu
day morning and at MclCendref
ill the afternoon.
Rev. C. E. Burts will preach in
our Baptist church on Sunday
Rev. P. B. Lanham will preach
at Clark's Hill on Sunday morn
Rev. B. P. Mitchell will preach
at Plum Branch on Sunday morn
R?v. J. T. Littlejohn will preach
at Red Oak Grove on Sunday
Whereas, God, iu the dispensa
tion of bis wise providence has
seen fit to remove from our ranks
by death ourl.eloved comradn, Dr.
A. H. Ashley; and whereas we
d9sire to put on record some testimo
nial of cur esteem for him and
our seuse of loss at bis death :
Now, be it resolved :
1st. That we do hereby express
our sorrow at the abseuce of bis
genial presence from amongst UB,
aud that we sorely miss hiR advico
and co-operation in the affairs of
2nd. That we extend to his be
loved wife and family our sincere
and heartfelt sympathy, and as
sure them that the ties that bouud
us to our comrade stil^oind us in
tender regard to those whom he
loved on earth.
3rd. That a copy of these reso
lutions bu inscribed in the minutes
of the company, that they be pub
lished in the County papers, and
that a copy be sent to Mrs. A. H.
B. E. NICHOLSON,
L. C. WARREN,
Just received Heinz's Pickles,
Dressing? and pu. ? O'der Vinegar.
Money To Loan
NOW is the time to
make arrangements for
the year's business. I
loan money at EIGHT
per cent for five years end
longe.'. You can get the
money from me to Duy
your supplies, or for any
other . purpose, if you
have improved town or
farm property to ofter as
security. I require no
WM. P. CALHOUN,
Edgefield, S. C.
Buy your boy a suit of the cele
brated Jane Hopkins boys cloth
ing, fit and wear guaranteed, $1.25
to $5.00. J. M. COBB.
Fearful Odds Against Him.
Bedridden, alone and destitute.
Such, in brief was the condition
of an old soldier by the name of
J. J. Havens, Verse.ille, O. For
years hewaB troubled with Kidney
disease and neither doctors nor
medicines gave bim relief. At
length he tried Electric Bitters,
lt put him on bis feet in shortl
ord^r and now he testifies. 'Tin
on the road to complete recovery.''
Best on eartb for Liver and Kid
ney troubles and all forms of
Stomach and Bowel Complaints.
Only 50c. Guaranteed by The
Penn Drug Store.
Gen's, get yourselves an "Elk
brand" Hat. color gcod, 'style cor
rect, aud price low down.
J, M. COBB.
PROF. P. M. WHITMAN,
209 7th Street - Augusta, Qa.
QIVES FREE EYE TESTS for all de
fects of sight. Grinds the proper
glassos and WARRANTS them.
Lenses cat Into yonr frame wnlle yon walt.
FREE OF CHARGE , medlcine^or glasses
List of letters remaining in the
Poetoffice at Edgefield Mar. 5th
Louis Butler, Sam Curne3s
Ida m Huger, Yancy Jackson,
.Irs." Carrie-Mar tin, Mrs. Frances
! L0QZL NeW*S.
Fewer gallons; wears longer;
See thu Living Pictures at t?
college Friday eveu i ug.
S. M. Smith, Esq., went to Bar
well ou Thursday last on pro fee
Senator and Mrs. B. R. Till mi
spent Sunday last at "Edgewooc
with Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Tillm*
Several applications for adnu
sion for next session have alreac
been received by Presiden t Baile
af the S. C. C. I.
Mr. D. T. GricR, who resid?
now at Sharon, Ga, has been speix
ing several days in Edgetiel
looking after business matter
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Mims ai
companied by thriir little one
spent Sunday last with Mr. and Mi
W. D. Ready, near Johnston.
R??V. W. S. Martin aud Cash ie
D. T. Ouzte, of Jobne'en, were i
attendance upon the union b-ervi
ces held in the Baptist church o
Suuday oveniug last.
Let the ADVERTISER job office d
' Conspicuous among the visnin
attorneys, who were in attendanc
upon the Civil Court last weet
was Hon. D. S. Henderson, th
foremost member of the Aiken bai
Mrs. A. C. Bean, of Augusts
and Mrs. Lagare Walker, of Nei
York, aunt and sister, respectively
of Mr. J. Berrien Walker, an
visiting at the home of the lattei
The many friends'of Capt. T. C
Morgan-aud everybody in Edge
field is his friends-greeted hin
very cordially when be was upoi
our streets on Saturday List.
If time is mcney, na is cftei
said, then the loafers and vagrauti
are the wealthiest people in ou:
town. Would that they would turi
some of their valuable time to profi
The grip is holding up somewhat
Those who have had a severe at
tack are struggling to get well
The Irishmau was correct when ha
said : "you have the grip real bad
six weeks after you get well."
Nunnally's Candies just received
by express at THE PENN DRUG
The best home talent has been
selected for the entertainment of
Friday evening and not one who
attends will be disappointed. Ev
ery number on the programme
will be well rendered.
According to a report from thc
government weather bureau, the
winter just closed was the coldest
this country has experienced in
thirty-two years. And mav it be
132 years before we have another
one like it.
Latest Shapes aud Correct
Forms in W. B. & R. & G. Corsets
25c to $1.00 at COBB'S.
Labi r agitators are about to se
cure the passage of an eigfct-hour
bill by the national congress. Mr.
D. A. Tompkins, along witb other
leading manufacture?, appeared b*.
fore the HouBe committee on labor
last weeK and argued against its
It seems tn at tho much spoken
of back-bone of winter is not yet
entirely broken. The cold wave, as
heralded by the weather bureau, ar
rived on Sunday night. If the bu
reau is holding other cold waves
iii reserve we trust that, it will
send them elsewhere. We have
had our share.
The popular, pretty and wiu
some Miss S .ella Walker left on
Thursday last to spend some time
in Charleston after a Btay of sev
eral months in Edgefield. Fully
haifa dozen of our young men
whose wont it is to be bright aud
happy are mute and long-faced.
Alas, what a transformation is
wrought by a separation of conge
Ladies you will bake uo more
cakes at home if you try our "So
cial Teas" "Five o'clock Teas"
"Graham" and "Zu Zu" crackers.
You get none but the fresh kind at
TIM MONS. BROS.
You can't keep Edgefield boys
aud men down. They are always
certaiu to rise to the top round of
rhe ladder. When Mr. James T.
Parks, editor aud proprietor of the
Orangeburg Patriot, accepted a po
sition at the state dispensary which
wiir necessitate his being in Co
lumbia most of the time, he pro
moted Mr. R. H. Covar, an Edge
field mau who had been his fore
man for several years, to the posi
tion of associate editor and busi
The old and very reliable tailor
fit Clothiers, I. C. Levy's Sou ct Co.
make their usual spring announce
ment in this issue. Handsome
Abram L^vy, who is ev^r courte
ous, obliging and is as honest as
the days are long, is ttill at the
helm, whiwh means that you will
be treated right when you call on
them. They deal in bigb-grude, re
liable brands of cluthing which
always give entire satisfaction. The
stock is brand now throughout.
Call on them wheu in the city.
Campaign meetings will be held
i? the Second D strict as follows:
Saluda, April 5tb; Edgefield,
April 7th; Aiken, April 9th ; Barn
well, April 12th; Bamberg, April
14th; Hampton, April J Gt h ;
Beufort, April 19th; The State
executive committee has order tho
first primary to bo hold on Satur
day, April 23rd, and the second
primary, if one be needed, on Sat
urday May 7th. The county ex
ecutive, committee will meet on
Mouday next to arrange for tho
Ladiep, it wfll pay yon to
*he new Jocals of Mr. J. M. C
Attorneys ?ind magistrates
procure Subpoena Blanks and
poua Tickets at the ADVERT
Mrs. Francis Wright aud
J. T. White of Johnson
among the visitors in Edgefiel
To bear the voccl duet by 1
Margaret May and Harold Ni
at th college Friday r-venii
alone worth the price of admist
Ladies don't fail to aili and
J. M. Cohb'.i lovely Easter D
Skirts $1.25 to $0.03.
We direct attention to the <
of Hon. S. G. Mayfield, state ?
ator from Bamberg county, who
nounces for Congress in this ie
Mr. and Mrs. M. 0. Parker 6i
Sunday last at Parksville with
and Mrs. T. G. Talbert, whose
faut son has been very ill
some time. We regret that I
exceedingly bright little child
not yet out of danger.
There have beeu more hoi
and mules sold in this cou:
this season than ever before d
ing any one season. Messrs. B.
Jenes & Son, who are very la
dealers, have sold 175 head
Rev.-V. I. Masters, one of t
editors'of th? Baptist Courier,
spending several days in Edgefit
in the iiite.er-t of his excelli
paper. He filled the Baptist pi
pit on Sunday morning la
preaching a very able sermon.
Mr. C. E. May is now displi
mgoneol'the largest and m
beautiful assortments of spri
wearing apparel ever shown inc
town. The ladies eau Lot afford
miss seeing these goods when c
shopping. Read his new advert?
On Sunday evening next R<
T. P. Burgess the chaplain of t
Butler Lodge I. 0. 0. F., w
preach a special sermon to tne 0
Fellows in the Baptist church. T
members of Butler Lodge will ?
tend i J a body. Everybody is c<
dial ly iuvited to attend.
Lot the money you pay out f
job printing be kept and epei
hore at home. You can do th
by sending your orders for prin
ing of all kinds to the ADVERTISE
job office. Quality of materi
the best, prices very reasonab
and workmanship guaranteed
Mrs. P. R. U'ates, of Mode
aud Mra. Henry Forrest, who r
Bides near Wards, spent Saturda
md Sunday la6t with their sist<
iud brother, Mrs. A. A. Glovi
and Mr. C. E. May. These goo
ladies are ai ways cordially greete
by their many friends here whe
they visit iu our town.
The big sale of 5 and 10c Lacei
Embroideries-Allover LaceB, Al
over Emb?oiderierf. Lovely Soi
Ribbon are among the specia
things now at Cobb's Emporium
Rev-. Geo. W. Davis has request
?tl us to convey his profoum
shanks to his Edgefield friend
for their thoughtful kindness am
many manifestations of sympathy
during this sud hour througl
ivhich be is passing. Both he an<
Mrs. Davis are di eply gratefi
The ladies Mission Society o
mr Methodist church will give ai
(Caster fgg hunt in the Evans grov;
m Sa'u rd ay afternoon next a
four o'clock. An admission foe ol
ten cents will bf charged, whicl
?viii go lo swell (he Easter offeriii]
for'missions from the church
This will be avery plea-ant occa
sion and we trust that it will b<
The family of Mr. R. A. Pa!
owe, the newly elected presiden'
if the Edgefield Manufacturing
Dompanv, arrived on Friday last
They are occupying the resideuci
)f Mr. M. C. Parker on Columbis
street. Mr. Bal lowe and famil>
ire valuable acquisitions to oai
jommuuii.y, and their coming
imong us will n>sjlt in lasting
beuef t to our com mer lia); religious
ind social life. Wt- welcome them,
Six minist?re-ono Presbyterian
two Melhodist? and three Bap
tists-anda very largo congrega
tion were in attendance upon the
union service which was held in
our Baptist church on Sunday
evening last. R:\. Marvin Auld
preached a very earnest and force
ful sermon. Complimentary re
marks upon his discourse, by
many who beard him preach for
the first time, be heard on all 6ides
Just rf ceived 3 car loads of corn,
4 car loads of flour, 1 car load of
mpat and 2 car loads of meal.
THE ED(4EFIELD MERCANTILE Co.
On Friday evoningau entertain
ment-a programme of which WH
publisb in this issue-well be giv
en at the college for the purpose
of raising money to ^furnish the
art room. The small sum of 25
cents will be charged for general
admission and -fifteen cents for
students-no reserved seu?9. Tw?
hours cannot be more pleasantly
spent, than by attending this en
Mr. W. A. Ha-t, ' having sold
his mercantile business at Inman,
Spartanburg county, where he
formerly resided, has moved to
Edgefinld to make bia future home,
fie, with his family, occupies the
residence of Mr. M. C. Parker on
Columbia street, formerly known
as the Harrison place. Mr. H a'I
bas reuted the store in tin Norris
building, next door to Mr. J. E.
Hart, and will engage in the mei
canlile business. He w.-.s born and
reared in th:: Meeting Street, sec
tion and is well known through
out our county, und can soon es
tablish himsolf in business. Mr
Hart, and bia interesting family
are cordially wei comed to Edge
RIS AHAmROF HEALTH
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
Mr. T. L. Martin, of Fairforeer,
S. C., accompanied by bis bright
little daughter, returned to his
home on Thursday last after spend
ing a fortnight with his sisterp,
Mesdames M. DeLoaoh aud Ab
Der Broadwater. Mr. Martinis a
very gifted piano tuner.
Some bachelors must live on
the fat of the land. While passing
two iu a conversation a few days
ago we heard one invite the other
to spend the night with him, offer
ing, as an inducement, io give him
sixteen eggs and a stack of frit
ters three feet high for supper.
Thc Masquerade Porty.
The greatest event iu the social
life of the students of the S, C. C.
I. is the annual masquerade par
ty, which was held at the college
on Friday evening last. Everybody
was-costumed and masked for the
occasion, no one being admitted
whose indencity was not concealed.
Even room-mates could not recog
nize each other. Col. Batley, Mrs.
Bailey and the entire faculty were
masked from head to foot and
passed off as the youngest of the
boys and girls. The city dude with
cane, kid gloves and silk ha*, the
coach-mau, the policenan, the
monk, the ''Chinee", the clown,
the tramp, the gentleman, the
milk-maid, the grandmother with
powderd hair, the maid-of-all-work,
the gay belle cf society, the pretty
las3 with flowing hair and golden
curls, and others too uumerous to
mention were represented, all clad
in multicolored, nou-descript cos
tumes. This.agglomeration of the
sublime and the rediculous, the
grave and the gay, made of the
large auditorium a veritable mys
tic maze. The climax was reached
when each boy cho?e a partuer, not
kuowing who she was, and march
ed upon the rostrum and unmask
ed. After "Bingo" aud other favor
ite pastimes of the students were
played, all repaired to the dining
hall where the "pounds" had been'
spread upon the tables. The even
ing was one of great pleasure and
enjoyment, and Col. Bailey is to
be commended for providing these
oases to break the monotony of
rccttinw school life. Next on the
tapis will be the May picnic.^
Feed pale girls on Scott's
We do not need to give all
the reasons why Scott's
Emulsion restores the strength
and flesh and color of good
health to those who suffer
from sick blood.
The fact that it is the best
preparation of Cod Liver Oil,
rich in nutrition, full of healthy
stimulation is a suggestion as
to why it does what it does.
Scott's Emulsion presents
Cod Liver Oil at its best,
fullest in strength, least in
Young women in their
" teens " are permanently cured
of the peculiar disease of the
blood which shows itself in
paleness, wea kness and nervous
ness, by regular treatment
with Scott's Emulsion.
It is a true blood food and
is naturally adapted to the cure
of the blood sickness from
which so many young women
We will be glad to send
a sample to any sufferer.
Be sure that this picture in
the form of a label is on the
wrapper of every bottle of
Emulsion you buy.
SCOTT &. BOWNE.
.joo Pearl St., New York.
. FOR SALE : Tv, very line
milch cows. Apply at the College
F. N. K BAILEY.
Kuli liue School Books* School
Supplies, Pencils,Tablets, etc., a1
THE PENN DRUG STORE.
Photographs in latest Spring
and Summer styles ou the new
and beautiful cards are on exhi
bition at the gallery-Call and j
R. II.MIMS. B
The mei CG ri zed Chambray?
Ginghams, Madras and Linen sel
ling for 8 and LOc at J. M. COBB'S
are wonderful bargains.
Lovely Elimino Voil les in black
cream, whit? and fancy colorr
Block and White Batiste, Melros'
ut.c solids from 25 to 50c, "al
wool and yard wide," are"tho ragt
Programme of the fArt-Ho?m
Entertainment, in the Audi
torium of the College on
Friday Evening cf
Piano Solo-Miss Julia Haltiwan
Vocal Solo-Mrs. Jno. R. Tomp
Piano Solo-Mr. James T. Bacou.
Coruet aud "Piano-Mr. Blalock
and Miss Edwardir.a Blalock.
Vocal Duet-Miss Margaret May
' and Master Harold Norrie.
Vocal Solo-Mr. Wash Bailey.
Youth-M?3B Curran Hartley,
Cupids-Masters Morrall and
Sara Rice, Glover Tompkius,
Spring-Miss Lucile Sheppard,
Summer-Miss Bessie Fitch,
Autumn-Miss Ellen Dunovant,
Winter-Mrs. James H. Tillman.
Liberty-Miss Ellen Dunovant,
The Graces-Miss Lillie Maj
Bailey, Miss Verna Haltiwan
ger, Miss Edwardiua Blalock.
Dialogue :-"The Train to Mauro"
.Mrs. Buttermilk-Miss Lucretia
Johnnie Buttermilk-Master Ar
Mr. Bright-Mr. Geo. F. Mime.
Prices of admission, 25 cen IP,
general admission, 15 cents for
Letter to A. E. PADGETT.
Dear ??ir : Devoe is worth $4 or
$5 a gallon, put on ; how much is
another paiut worth?
Depends ou how many gallou"
you've got to put-on, to be e^ual to
one of Devoe.
Mr. J. J. Hall, Sheffield, Pa,
painted two houses one coat, five
years ago. lead-and-oil, took 4o
Last Summer bought 40 gallons
Devos for same honsas; had 10
Mr. N. Avery, Delphi, N. Y
owns two houses exactly alike;
painted one with Devoe ; took 6
gallous. The other with some
other; took 12 gallon?.
What'd you give for those off
paints? Berr in mind, you've got
to pay for thu painting
F. W. Di:VOE.
44 New York,
THE EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
The County Executive commit
tee, is hereby called to meet on
Monday the 4th of April 1904.
THOS. H. RAINSFORD.
N. G. EVANS, Secretary.
Strayed :. Two pigs, one spotted
and the other sandy colored, stray
ed from our stables. The finder
svill be liberally rewarded.
B. L. JONES & SON.
Fresh Quaker Oats at THE PENN
When placing your Insur
ance give me a call. I rep
resent a very strong line ot'
Insurance Companies; also
Agent for tile New York
I^IITE: - . -
Insurance Co. I will apprt
preciate a share ot' your bus
iness. I can be found at my
office---Ollii-e SD. 2---over nuuk of
James X. IVJIIVI^
GET O QR PRICES.
Complete Cotton, Saw, Grist;, Ol I and
fertilizer Mill Outfits, Gin. Press
;ane Mill, and Shingle Outlita.
Building,Bridge, Factory, Eurie
ind Railroad Castings, Railroad, V ll
Machinists'and Factory Supplies.
Belting, Packing, Injectors, Pipe
fittings,Saws, Files, Oilers, etc. We
?ast every day. Work 150 Hands,
foundry, Machine, Boiler,
_ _ Press and Gin Works
g?- Repa is Promptly Done
Lombard Iron Worts & Sopply CD
WE are off<
mo ur Fertilizer \
the Royster Brat
the G UAR AN Tl
Soda and other ii
WE are nov
Meal, Corn, Floi
and Plantation St
WE are re ac
ing and Heating
WE carry a
Vehicles ot all ki
Collins and Uncle
;~' Agents for I:
THE FARMERB BANK
OF EDGEFIELD S. c,,
I STATE AND COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
THE LARGEST AND STRONGEST BANK IN EDGEF - ~ ' N
Paid up Capital.$ 58,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits. 22,000.00
L?aUlitij of Stockholders. 58,000.00
Protection to Depositors.$138,000.00 |
We invite attentior of those desiring a safe depository^for their money to the aboro
fncts. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS BY SPECIAL CONTRACT.
Under provision of it? cha rter tliis hank is authorized to act as trustee, guardias
administrator au J executor, and to accept and execute trusts generally.
A. E. PADGETT, President ' T. IT RAIN?.FORD, Vice-Pr?
J. L. CAUGIIMAN', Cashier. W. H. HARLING, Asst.-Cashio
Murray's Horehound Mullein and Tar is composed of the
most effective remedies known for curing coughs, colds, la
grippe, sore throat and ail affections due to inflamed and irri
tated condition of the air passages. It is prompt in afford
ing relief and certain in its effect of hastening a cure.
may bc used to advantage in canes where other medicines
have failed. It is pleasant, purely vegetable and absolutely
safe for old and young. Nothing else like it io all the world.
It should have a place iii every house, ready at hand when
needed. Parents will find its effect magical in cases of croup.
It has remarkable virtue in controling the paroxysms of
Price 2oc. Guaranteed satisfactory to every purchaser.
AT DRUG STORES.
Prepared by the Murray Drug Co., Columbia, S. C.
Are my long suit. I make any kind except the bad ones. I fur
nish a name stamp and an Indelible pad for making linen for 40
CENG'S. I have some other good things.
J. WILSON GIBBES,
TYPEWRITERS, OFFICE SUPPLIES, Etc.,
1334 Main Street, - - Columbia, S. .C.
THIS SPACE IS TAKEN BY
The Leading Grocers of Augusta Ga..
Jfjff-W. F. SAMPLE of Saluda County and;
H.H. SCOTT, JR., of Edgefield County are with" us'
and want to see you.
I invite you to call and
inspect my line of
now being displayed.
All tlie new goods in Toils, Etta?
minds, Silk Persons, and everything
in wash goods are here and the
prices are as low as can be offeredf
by any house in Edgefield County.
You will do yourself an injustice
unless you see these goods before|
Compare our goods and prices
with others and I will risk the re
the Year 1904.
iring to the Farmers a full Line of Com
's. We sell Goods Manufactured by Ar
Vorks, Navassa Guano Company, Georgia
, and Columbia Guano's Goods known as
ids. These goods have analyzed ABOVE
ZE. We also sell Muriate of Potash,Nurate of
ngredients for Home Mixing of Fertilizers.
/ offering at low prices in any quanity Meat,
ir, Molasses, Rice Meal, Fine Feed, Hay
ipplies of every kind. Our Stock of Tobac
1 Smokin?-is laro-c and Prices Lower than
Stock of Case Goods, and Can Goods.
ly to supply you with your Stoves,--Cook
r-Hardware, Nails, Plowstocks, Plow
full linc of Furniture, Wagons, Buggies and
nds, Harness Leather, also a full Hr'| of
1 inspect our Stock and you \yil?bil)'<
?vio and K. et ail