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J. L. ?HMS, - - - EDXTOR
MOBKATION
Subscription Pricers mt to any
address for one y?~r fer 2.50; for .^\s
month:-, 75c; for three months, 50c,
Payable m advance.
.Kates for Advertising- One inch
first"nsertion, $1.00; each subsequent
insertion, 50c. Want Notices, one cent
per Mord, each insertion. Other local
.lotices, ten cents per line for first in
^?rtion; five cents per line for each
subsequent insertion. Obituaries and
Tributes of Respect, Notices of Thanks,
and all personal notices of a political
. nature, are charged for as regular ad
vertisements. Liberal contracts made
for three, six, and twelve months
Write for terms.
THE ADVEETISER,
Edgefield. S. C.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1904.
The chances are 16 to 1 that
.Bryan will "bolt" the Democratic
convention because of ??B inabili
ty to dominate it. His policy is
rule or ruin.
Hon. G. L. Toole, a prominent
attorney and member of the House
of Repr?sentatives, ba? bi*eu men
tioned as Aiken's congressional
candidat? for the regular term.
Tho Democratic executive com
mittee ordered a second primary,
with. T. G. Croft, Esq., and Hou.
S. .G. Mayfield as contestants. Mr
Mayfield has formally with drawn
in favor of Mr. Croft who will fi.l
the unexpired term of the lament
ed Geo. W. Croft.
Reports from Texas state that
good stands of cotton have beeD
secured and that in mnuy places
where planting was very early, the
second cultivation has been given
To offset these favorable condi
tions, lice and boll weevils have
already made their appearance in
the southwestern counties.
Failing of confirmation Cru m
has again received a recess ap
pointment as collector of the port
of Charleston. While he is osten
sibly serving without compensa
tion he is doubtless being paid by
his boRom confrere, Roosevelt, and
will share liberally in the Repub
lican campaign fund.
What is probably the world's
greatest "exposition was formally
opened at St. Louis on Saturday
last. The inconceivable sum of
$50,000.000 hp? been expended on
this great exhibition and it will be
well worth one's time and money
to visit it before the close on De
cember 1st. ^
attendance upon the conney Dem
ocratic convention and appeared to
be strong enough to stump "every
one of the forty-odd states this
summer against Bryanism, Cleve
landism and Rooseveltism-the
latter being synonymous with
Booker Washington! sin and
Crumism.
Women's dresses are now being
made with pockets. The husbands
will"address themselves to th^
proposition of supplying thf nec
essary coin with which'to fill them.
-Anderson Intelligencer.
It is far better to "supply the
necessary coins" than to have to
fill their pockets with bottles and
pistols, such as can be found up
on the persons of many men.
Many of Mr. Bryan's former
friends, among them being some
of the leading dailies of the coun
try, are criticising him severely
for his unwarranted attack ujpon
Judge Parker whose nomination by
the Democrats is almost assured.
The Republicans are jubilant over
the attitude of Bryan, knowing
that the fostering of discord in the
Democratic ranks means that
Roosevelt will succeed himself as
president.
" The County Convention.
. Pursuant to the call the county
Democratic conyention met on
Monday last. The body was call
ed to order by Hon. Thos. H
Rainsford, the chairman of the
county executive committee, who
briefly stated the object of the
meeting. The convention was
formally organized by electing
Hon. James P. Bean president and
B. E. Nicholson, Esq., secretary
and Mr. W. A. Byrd assistant sec
retary.
After the enrollment of dele
gates from all of the twenty-two
clubs except P.um Branch, which
was not represented, the following
delegates to the state convention
were elected : Hon. J. C. Shep
pard, Hon. B. R. Tillman, Hon.
Tbos.H. Rainsford, Hon. J. Wm.
Thurmond, B.E. Nicholson. Esq.,
and Mr. T. G. Talbsrt. Mr. A. E.
Padgett was chosen to represent
the county on the Btate executive
committee.
; Senator B. R. Tillman and Hon.
J. C. Sheppard were invited to ad
dress the convention after all busi
ness was disposed of. Both of
these gentlemen expressed their
views upou national politics, es
pecially upon Democratic possi
bilities aud probabilities, .indulg
ing the hepe and exoressing the
belief that when the national
Democratic convention morts in
St*. Louis in July that the distin
guished New Yorker, Judge Par
ker, would bo chosen as the stand-j
erd bearer for 1901. j
JOHNSTON.
Miss Alma Shell of Laurens and
Jessie Scott of Columbia are guests
of Miss Hunter Lott.
Mr. W: B. Cogburnof Edg?fie??
visited relatives Saturday last.
Rev. P. B. Grant is assisting
Rev. J. Hartwell Edwards of Ridge
Spring in u protracted meeting.
Miss Hattie Tmey has returned
from Batesburg.
- Mrs. P. C. Dorn, of McCormick,
is visiting her pareuts.
.The New Century Club met on
Friday afternoon at the residence
of Mrs. Fred Parker. Alargenum
ber were present and an hour in
Mexico was pleasantly and profita
bly spent. At the closo of the meet
ing strawberries and cream and
cakes were servepl-Our members
were very much elated over a mes
sage from our Mayor, that in the
near future there would be a mule
and cart to haul off the trash,
that has been a bete noir to our
towu for some time. A committee
was appointed at this meeting to
see the different merchants and
ask that they co-operate with UR
in trying to keep neater streets.
Another subj ect discussed was the
unsightly advertisements that are
to bu lound on fi-nc-s houses and
vari-ui: other places alon" .'. 'pub
lic highway.
At ihe spelling bee Friday even
ing Mr. James Been won the firat
prize.
Dr. Miher of Aiken' preached a
most excellent sermon in our Bap
tist church on Sunday last.
Morgana.
DEAR ADVERTISER : As you have
n it hea*d from us lately will give
you the latest "news." The 2ud
Quarterly Conference of the Parks
ville Circuit was held at Dothan
church Apr. 23rd. Dr. Jobu 0.
Wilson, the Presiding Elder,
preached a good sermon, aftf-r
which an interesting conference
was held. Rev. J. T. Miller, the
pastor reported a church organi
zed near Clark's Hill, to be known
a6 Asbtuy. Conference authorized
the members to build a house of
worship. We bespeak for this lit
tle band the aid of all Christians
and others who wish to see a good
cause prosper.
Dr. Willsou preached again at
ll a. m. Sunday. His subject was: '
'.Elisha at Dotban," and he drew <
Borne solemn and instructive les- ?
sons from the incident as recorded
iu 2nd. Kings, 6 chap. Dr Wil- i
son is highly cultured, and an in- I
tere?ting speaker, those who fail
ed, to hear him were unfortunate.
Dr. Wilson is very attractive out
of the^.-pulpit and made friends
everywhere he. went. After service
the/two preachers journeyed to
Clark's Hill^to preach to the 1 As- ,
fyhry" congregation in the after
noon. (
- ; Messrs. C. L. Widemau and T.
K. Colliers^pf Plum Brabch, at
fep ded vf ha. iy>aie jgafca--i
^m^^i^-^WWl Middleton,
of ClarW^RTl, visited the family <
of Mr. Phillip Markert and attend- <
ed the conference. , ?
Miss Caddie Scott, Miss Lizzie '
Rich and Mr. Jonathan Scott 1
visited friends in-this commuuity
aud attended services Saturday
and Sunday.
Mr. Arthur Wells, from near
Edgefield, visited his daughter,
Mrs. J. L. Crafton, on Sunday.
His daughter, Miss Lizzie, who has
spent nearly all the year <n shir
neighborhood, returned with him.
Sbe .viii ne greatly ujiwd b> h- i
trif-ndr< hi r*.
Owiug to prcvalance of whoop
ing cough in the neighborhood the
school has suspended.
One word about the old, yet
ever new topic-the "weather."
ThishaBbeena variable month.
We have had the gusty winds of
March accompanied by the "tears
and smiles" of April. We hope
May will give us more sunshine.
With best wishes.
READER.
Hon. P. B. Mayson for State
Senator,
(Johnston News of April 27th.)
It is seldom we write an article
and then regret it later, but such
was the case in last week's issue
of The News when we wrote what
we did about Hon. P. B. Mayson,
candidate for state senate, and it
is not we think, unmanly to re
tract it voluntarily. Our consci
ence leads us to withdraw* the
statement we made about him and
his candidacy. W9 do not desire
to wrong any one, and feeling that
we did him an iujustice, we ask
bis pardon and hope that when
our readers vote they will decide
in their own minds as to his fitness
and vote for him if he is thought
to "be the best fitted to fill the posi
tion of state senator. To prove
that, we are sorry for our wrong
treatment to Mr. P. B. Mayson,
wo will agree to publish his an-1
uouncemeut free to offset any
harm we may have done him.
We make this statement volun
tarily and publicly and are not -
ashamed to get right after we've
gone wrong. We ask your pardon,
Mr. Mayson.
FOR CORONER.
I respectfully announce that I
am a candidate for the office of
Coroner of EdgefieJd county aud
pledge myself to abide by the re
suit of the Democratic primary,
and to support the nominees of the
party.
F. PEARCE OUZTS.
The next teachers' examination
will be held on Friday, May 20th,
beginning at ll o'clock, a. m.
This will be the last examina
tion- until September. Please do
not apply for PX?miti>itioU after
the appointed day as same will be
refused.
WM. A, BYRD,
Supt. Education E. C.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
FOR SOLICITOR.
The many friends of Capt. N.
George Eva us announce him a's a
candidate for the office of Solicitor
of the Fifth Judicial Circuit, and
pledge bim to abide the result of
the Democratic primary and sup
port the nominee ol the party.
FOR STATE SENATE.
I respectfully announce myeeli
a candidate for Ibo State Senate
and pledge my support to the nom
iunes of the primary.
P. B. MAYSON.
I hereby announce myself a
candidate for the State Senate. 1
will abide hy the result of the
Democratic primary and support
the nominees of the same.
T. GARRETT TALBERT.
I respectfully announce myself
as a candidate for the State Senate
and nledge myself to abide the re
sults of the Democratic primary
and to support the nominee! of thr
same. .
THOS. H. RAINSFORD.
HOUSE OF 'REPRESENTATIVES
I respectfully announce m y pell
ns a candidate for I'^e Hou**1 nf
Ri'l?rHpH|it;<tiV'-s. und pif-d? my
s?-|t ti? ?ibid fhn result, ?nd 'osui>
port thf nominees of the Demo
cratic primary.
B. E. NICHOLSON.
MASTER IN EQUITY.
Candidate for Master, subject to
the decision of the Democratic pri
marv.
W. F. ROATH.
FOR CLERK OF COURT.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for theoffice of Clerk of
Court for Edgefield County, and
pledge myself to support the nomi
nees of the Democratic primary
election.
W. B. COGBURN.
FOR AUDITOR.
I respectfully announce myself
H candidate for In* office of Coun
ty Auditor and solicit the support
of the people. I will anido the
result of tne primary election sup
port thc nominees of the Rame,
H. W. DOBEY.
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for re-election to I he office
of Auditor of Edgffield County
and pledge rn}self to abide the
result of the Democratic primary
ind to support the nominees of
lue same.
J. B. HALTIWANGER.
FOR SHERIFF.
At the solicitation of friends I
hereby announce myself a candi
date for re-election to th? Sheriff's
Office of Edgefield County and
pledge myself to abide the result
of the primary, and to support all
nominees of Ibe Democratic party.
W. H. OUZTS.
u , m i m juma ?II jwHK-nnil lilli Jilli .'iTJ'l .11"
'-.I n??etjy 'an non "nee" "m"yseYf ?'
jandidate for the office of Sheriff
jf Edgefield County and pledge
myself to abide" the result of the
Democratic primary, and to sup
port the nominees of the 6amo.
R. S. ANDERSON.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
I hereby announce myself a
candidate for the office of County
Treasurer, and pkdge myself to
abide by the result of Democratic
primary and support the nomi
npos of tb?- san?e.
J. TR \PP Vcv vNI s .
i h- resbi pr. t-^'l m;, Bt>lf t ? Un
voters of Edgefield county for the
office of Couuty Treasurer. I
pledge myself to abide by thc- re
sult of primary election, and will
support all nominees of the Demo
cratic party.
Respectfully.
J. THOMAS PATTISON.
I respectfully announce myself
a candidate for the office of Coun
ty Treasurer and solicit the sup
port of the people, pledging my
self to abide the result of the pri
mary and to support tba nomiueeE
of the same.
R. E. MORGAN.
I hereby aunounce myself a can
didate for the office of Couuty
Treasurer and respectfully solicit
the support of the people, pledging
myself lo abide the result of the
Democretic primary and to sup
port the nominees of the same.
W. ELLERY SHEPPARD.
I hereby announce myself a
candidate for the office of Treas
urer of Edgefield County and
pledge myself to abide the result
of the primary election and will
support alhnominees of the Demo
cratic p.<?rty.
H. VV. JACKSON.
FOR SUPT. OF .EDUCATION.
I am a candidate for re-election
to the office of Superintendent of
Education, subjpct to the rules of
the Democratic Primary.
WM. A. BYRD.
FOR SUPERVISOR.
I respectfully announce myself
a candidate for re-election to lue
office of Supervisor of Edgefield
County and pledg"" myself lo ubide
the result of the Democratic pri
mar v.
D. P. SELF.
FOR COUNTY COM M ISSI ONE I?.
I hereby announce mys' lf a
candidate for r??lection ff) HIP
office of County Commissioner and
pledge roy eel f to abide tho retro lt
of tho Democratic primary.
A. A. EDMUNDS.
Ih'rpl'.v announce my candida
cy for thf < ffic?* of County Commis
sinner ?nd n'edu?' mys* If* lo abide
the result ol'all the primary < ]. c
tioa and to support nil Ihn nomi
nees of th? Democratic party.
J. R. BLOCKER.
?>:.
For Representative in l'?ress
2iwJ District. %
STATE OF SOU 1H CAROLfNA,
COUNTY OF EDGEFIELD.
NOTICE is hereby given that'the
Special Election for Represen
tative in Congress will bei;held at
the voting precincts fixe?fby law
hi the county of Edgefield on Tues
day, 3??y 17, 1904.
The qualifications for suffrage
aro as follows:
Residence in the ?'tate for two
years, in thc county one year, iii
the pulling pn-cinct in which the
elector ?fters to vote, four months,
and the payment six months be
fore any election of soy poll lax
then due and payable; Provided,
iPhttt ministers in charge of an or
ganized church anil teachers of
public schools shall be entitled to
vote after six months residence in
the State, otherwise qualified.
Registration.
Payment of all tuxes, including
poll tax, assessed and collectable
during the pri vions;year. The.pro
duction ?>f a certificate (jr of the
receipt of taxes shall be conclusive
proof of the payment thereof.
Before the hour fixed fur opening
the pol!s,Man?tgers and Clerke must
t H Ice and .subscribe the CoKstitutmn
al cnn lt Tl i et.'!? M ir tn #i fi of the Boam
.if 'MI sig? r? ITITI HI tin : 11 ts if'.ri il'
nulli l.i nib" . M ?lluv>l-r'H wiltl hi lie
C ? i ! ; Y' N ij Bub ?? mu-i
mn.i-i- r lin* ?iain lo foe C arinna i
t'iie Managers ele..( their Chairman
and Clerk.
Pells at each voting place - must
bo opened at 7 .o'clock a, m. and
closed at 4 o'clock p. m.
The Managers have the power to
fill a vacancy, and if norm of the
Managers attend, the citizens can
appoint from among Ute qualifier;
voters' the Mn h H gi rs j who, alter be
ing sworn, can conduct t.be election.
Al the close of tlie election, tin
Managers .and Clerk must proceed
puolicly tn open til? ballot boxes
and.ci itt II I the ballots therein, and
continue without adjournment un
til the same is cum pitted, and make
a statement of the result, for each
ortire and sign the same.
V\ ithin three days thereafter, I lie
Chairman o'" the. Board or someone
iii'Sigi)ttt''d by I he Board, must de
liver to I lie CommHM!miers of Elec
timi the pull list, tho boxes contain
ing the ballots and written stu'e
met,ts ol' the result of the election
Com mission rs of Fed? ral Election,
Edg. field County, April 18, l'JOI.
You are hereby appointed a Man
ager of Election-Precinct ami
you are required to be nt Edgefmld
C Hirt house on the 14th day of May
1904, to take ?be oath and receive
boxes, instructions, oct. Hen in
fail not.
J F BETTIS, ;
L. J. MI LL KR,
W. II. Mo.-s,
' nmissioners of Federal Election
dgefiold County.
5 following
?MANAGERS 0If ELECTION;
h;i been appointed to hold the
el. - ..on at the various precincts in
the taid county.
Johnston, W D Wood w H rd, . C A
Austin, J G Mobley, J E Sweariu
gen, clerk.
Trenton, B C Etheredge, Wallace
f ha ?i-neu ?i ~ J T ua tes, Tom" PcrrrrH
Ransom Padgett, C H Anderson, |
clerk.
Hampton, J L Mims, W W Shep-]
parc), W C Tompkins, J L Carwile,
clerk.
Moeting Street, W B Lowrey, J
M Shailer, Jas J Padgett, J H C %-\
burn, clerk.
Roper's X Rondos IJ'Gardnor, Jr.
D ? Lanham, Charlie Ham minni,
J B Timmerman, clerk.
Pleasant Line, J P Hagood, C B
B Williams, W E Ha ri ing, J V Tim
merman, clerk.
Rehonolh; G C Burkhalfer, J L
Gilchrist; L E White, Evan Coch
ran. cleric
Phi in Bru ch. J W BlneKvV'dl. (
X Li Kd. Ii i ' s i\i?.-r.f. w .;
} i-. ci.-5'hi
Cil- ..?> '? ham"- .Sor-, Srtlti Ch'<>:
ham. Walter Brunson, Osman Wil
liams, Jas Hurling, clerk.
Mathis, J L Miller, G A Adam ?,
S G Hammond, Henry MeKie, cl'k
Liberty Hill, J K Curley, J R Ma
son, W M Cu-ley, A G Cheathain,
clerk.
Lundrum's Store, W J Whitlock.
G T Sweariugen, Cal Hatcher, P W
Harris, Clerk.
Gregg's, J G H ord, John Curry,
J P Whitlock, P B Carpenter, cl'k.
Elmwood, J R Blocker,' J M Bell,
B E Sawyer, W D Ouzts, clerk.
Timmerman, Jas Horn, LV Clax
ton, J no Derrick, A C Yonce, clerk.
Modoc, Winchester McDaniel, J
J Garnett, Jno Brunson, W S Mid
dleton, clerk.
Red Hill, J H Bussey, L G Boil,
W T Brown, Jas Bodie, clerk.
Meriwether Hall, H L Bunch, W
G-'Cheatham, Geo W Medlock, Si
las Medlock, clerk.
The managers at each precinct
named above are rr quested lo del
egate, one of their number to secure
boxes and blanks for the election
on Tuesday, May 17th.
They can be secured by one hf
the managers from each precinct
meeting the Commissioners itt
Edgefield C. H. on Saturday, May
14th. -
J. F. BETTIS,
L. J. MILLER,
W. H. Moss.
Commissioners of- Federal Election
for Edgefield County.
April 18, 1904.
Enginesand
eu? Oies
GET O?R PRICES.
Completo Cotton, Saw, Grist, On and
Fertilizer Mill Outfits, Gin. Press
Cane Mill.and Shingle Ourfits.
J i i 1 du p.] i:ii'/fe, F .-ri r ry, Furie
and Railroad Castings, Railroad; M ll
Machinists'and Factory Supplies.
Belting, Packing, Injectors, Pipe
Fittings, Saws,.Files?, Oiler??, etc. We
ca^t eyery day. Work 150 Hands.
Foundry, Maphine, Boiler,
Press a pd Gin Works
r<T Repa is Promptly i)i?ne
Lombard Iron Works & Soily Co
Al 11 > 'J A. CA
f-v
" ~ '-'!? ? J:""*J-' Hye glafsss
- ' f/fcv t h a t tri ve
fort.
Geo. F. Mims,
Optician.
-Mi
BEGINS WORK with the first dose,
cleansing the blood of all the poisonous
acids that produce RHEUMATISM, driving
out all the dangerous germs that infest the
J body-that is the way cures are effected by
Other medicines treat symptoms; Rheumacideremoves the
cause, and, therefore, its
CURES ARE PERMANENT.
Helps the digestion, tones up the system. Sample bottle
free on application to BOBBITT CHEMICAL Co., Pro
prietors, 316 West Lombard St., Baltimore, Aid.
Am getting up a car of McCormick
Mowers, with Reaping attachments, for
the coming grain harvest, Also McCor
mick Binders. Write postal card at once,
if interested,
E. J. NORRfS.
THE FA RM EilS BUSY TIME
Wp] know nt this season every Fanner is busy with
his Field, and cannot cbnventcntlv come to Augusta
for his CLOTHING and FURNISHINGS, and for
this reason, we have so arranged our MAIL
ORDER DEPARTMENT that on receipt of an
order from our out of town friends, we can rill their
order immediately. The Department is growing
. rapidly with us. We can tit you at home as well as
in our Store, if you give us a few measures, such as
-Weight, Height, Chest, Waist and Inside seam o?
trousers. With these measurements wc can lit you
exactly.
If you are too bdsv to come to Augusta', write
us an our MAIL ORDER DEPARTr.LENT will bc
glad to do your "SHOPPING for you.
He will prepay cypress on all mail order pur
38 Broad Stroit, - - - Augusta, Ga.
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IT'S A CINCH J
That your Spring Snit is all right if" ic comes from 1
us.. ?lot air is not a part of our stock in trade, p
j| When we tell you that we have one of the prettiest ?j
stocks of ??? ?
S MEN'S AND BOYS' I
L0n
H
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= ever seen in Augusta we mean just what we say, |
= and we prove our every assertion. Stop every man |
= you meet who looks weil dressed and examine the =
* label in his coat and you'll be surprised to sec how *
S many men are wearing our clothes. |
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?Hll?ll?Ui?l?l?iiillll # !liil!IIi;i!lii:illl<llllliilI??ii!illli!<:i!(!!tiISii?i:l ? ??!!!ll?)ll!!il?lli"?!?n:
Ladies Tailor Made Skirts from
$150 to $6-00,
40 inch Lawns from 10 et? to 17
?cents,
Mercerized Peques and Damasks|
from lOets. to 50cts.
g^^WE are throwing thc best line of Colored |
Wash Goods ever shown in Edgefield.
Wool Voils' Ettamincs, Batistes and Cheviots
for Skirts.
Everybody is most cordially invited to sec our|
o-oods before buying, as most of our cotton goods
are sold ona basis of S and locts. cotton. Satisfac
tion given or your money back, OUR MOTTO.
Respectfully,
3et your Laundry in Tuesdays^ Jj
INS?BANCE*??^
When placing your insur
ance give nie a call. I rep
resent a very Strong line jf
l^IjRITC
Insurance Companies; also
Agent I'or the Ni*iv York
I^Xl^I'G - - -
lnpiiiMn?J?? Co, J will apprt
prec?ale a si.?ire oPj'onr bus
ings: . I can be f<MInri ?ii my
rill?cc---.Oflii'c N?i .....liver Itank ni
Kdjp . lie Kl.
James RJL". IVJ IN?
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?m. P. M. WHITMAN,
209 7th Street - Augusta, Ca.
(?IVES FRO EYii TESTS for all do
frjets of sifcht. Grinds tho proporj
^lassos and WARRANTS them.
Lenses cut into your frame v/r:le yon wait.
Irone nc nu?,orr Te,is if y?u rro(<
Hice Ur bilAnbt, medicine cr ei?w?|
Do y ou contemplate pai n ti ng
' I yourhmigf. if po, ?el us eupplj
Wo ha ve in sroGk n full lino of : Vou wi h lim ee'e'?rated Heath ?X
Trun, Enameled and Brass Beds, Millignii ualnt, If.ad, varnish nix
witb. Springs In fit.
RAMSEY & JOMES.
stains. Nona better.
Tm MONS CK os.
They've Come,
They've Conquered.
Summer Hosiery
and Underwear,
as dainty as
1 though hands other
than human had fashioned
THEM,
NOW ON
PLAY
-AT THE
CORNER STORE
PROPRIETOR
WE WANT ,
Your business and if
selling
GOOD GOODS
LOW PRICES
will get it. We are going to have it.
Cnme to see us when in need of Dry Goods,
Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Etc. We can save you
money.
Advertiser Building,
Edgefield, S. C.
. COBB'S
AY SPECIALS,
I Summer Styles in full j.
BI .OOM.
LOVELY HIGH ART IN LADIES AND
MISSES SLIPPERS.
"ELK BRAND" HATS Excelent Value.
"JANE HOPKINS" Celebrated Boys Clothing
-all warranted.
NEW SUMMER GOODS ROLLING IN
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SPECIAL GOOD Y ALIJES.
SPRING CLOTHING
WE are sh o wi no- the largest stock of
3p>:ri:o.gr Olottiiixgr,
Shoes, Hats and
ever
tor oxierlDLt to
I WE buy only the best, of the lines we handle,
from the largest manufacturers in the country.
WE call especial attention to our large stock of
the newest shapes and colors in Hats.
[j?f.Let us show you.
' PRICES AND QUALITY ARE RI HT
?>O??ISE & MIMS.
SIPrETlXXj SA-JLiIE OF
SPRING GOODS.
New arrivals by every train havaputour many ihiprrents in apple pie
conditions so that a freshness and spring like air pervading the whole sfqre.
For the benefit of our many customers we will have a 15 days special
barjai.>: sale ol* (mr entire stock, commencing Saturday March 19th and con*
iinning to April 6th, all who expect their money to buy the greatest amount
of goods will not miss tin's special sale.
Calicoes and Muslins 4>?, 5 and up
while the goods last.
3? i neb Percal 7 J?, Sj.?, 10 worth lu to
12 cts.
Ginghams$1% and JOcts.
White Lawns cheaper than ever known
before.
Cheok Muslins, Nainsooks ind dimi
ties that cannot be matched in price
and quality.
White Mercerized Goods for the Waist
Wash bilks for Vaist for the Special
Bargain Sale 89 and 49 cts. worth 50
and (30 cts.
Read Made Waist, Percal Chambrag
ami Silk 25c toSS.OO worth 50c to $5.00
Ready Made Skirts $1.00 to .-{iS.OO
Dress Goodi in all the new novelties.
A Specialty of Laces, Embroideries
and Dress Trimmings.
Embroidery 3% to ?Octs. yard extra
value. '
Valencicmes and Torschon Laces the
greatest variety ever shown.
Dress Trimmings in all the new novel
ties. You cannot appreciate these
Trimmings without coming and
looking them over.
Jewelry in all the new novelties and
ornaments.
Lisle Silk and Kid Gloves and Milts.
Large assortment of Hankerchiefs.
Hosiery in all the delicate .stitched
effects.
Ladies, Collars, Cuffs, Belts. Corsets
Girdles, Combs, Brushes and Toilet
Powders.
SHOES, Ladies' and Children's and Misses Dress Shoes,
and Oxfords in thc latest and best styles and makes or high
grade goods.
CLOTHING: In this line we can come nearer giving
$2.00 worth for $i.oo than any house in the south. Men'
Boy's and Children's Clothing and Pants. This 15 days o
Special Bargain will be the greatest red letter da)' thats ever
been seen in Edgefield.
?JEgfTDon't fail to come to see us.
Respectfully,
J. W. PEAK.
yp-^. CHICrfESTER'S ENGLISH
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AS V-W ror CmcHESTKKS KXGL1SI*
il? HEH M?J HOM mclalllc b.iie?. .rale.
I willi liluc ribbon. Tuite no other. UctWi
Du'ittvrnim Suli.tllutlonit anil lmlto
ll.ni?. Uuj af Jan.- I)r'jc;lu. or jco.l 4c. lc
?tanifl. for' I'rtrtlenlnm, Testimonial*
?no '. );< Ile." fur Laities," m iffier, by re
turn Mull. 10.000 Tmllroonlali. SoU hj
all Drujeltu. Chletteater Chemical Co*,
V?n?OD <?''' I = : cr. il adli?D CHI on ix, I'UIH..
Cf17CM A 0!(j Sores, Itching POes,
LUitlHAf Skin 0'se^8t
ABSOLUTELY CURED.
HERMIT SALVB,
26 AND 60 CENTS A POX.l^V?
Sold by al! Pnjgjrista. Tal? no ether, 3
Old Family Remedy 25 years. ? |

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