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/ WEDNESDAY, OCT. 4, J905.
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Send your orders for jobprint
ing.to the ADVERTISER office.
Mr. James T. Bacon returned
on ^Monday after a delightful so
journ of some weeks at Hot
JSj, rings, Va.
Miss Lucile Mobloy, -one of
Johnston's prettiest blondes, was
the guest of Mrs. W. E. Lott on
.Sunday last.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Ready and
children* were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Jno. B. Hill on Saturday and
Sunday last.
- Mrs. Aunie Holsten of our town
ap?nt la*t week with her sister,
Mr?. John W. Spann, who resides,
near the thriving t?wu of Leesville
Tbs state convention of the W.
C T. U. will be held at Johnston
oirOctober the 21-22-28-24. Edge
field will Bend a large delegation.
Dr. J. T. Pattison is having a
beautiful piazza erected around
tba entire front of his residence,
which greatly enhances its appear
ance,
For genuine, refined, elevating
humor Ralph Bingham is without
a peer. His annual tours of the
sooth are always hailed with the
keenest ddhgbt by large audiences.
The ordinance of baptism was
very beautifully administered to
Misses Eileen Ouzts and Kate
Pattison on Wednesday evening
jast at the Baptist church.
?t?as Bertha Morgan, a niece of
Hon. J, Wm, Thurmond, ie board
ing at his .home and is takiuga
course in stenography and type
writing at the g. C. iL I,
All roads-railroads and dirt
road!-lead to Augusta this week.
The Savannah Valley Fair ia in
- full ?last and thousands have been
attracted to our sister city across
the river. Edgefield is represented
by a-very large delegation.
Our friend Bud Bussell says
that Will Cogburu's boy throws
rocks at bim so vigorously that he
cannot any longer go up Main
street to go home unless he is
aboard the "belt line" car.
Edgefield young ladies are in
demand as teachers, Migs Lillian
Smith, who isa full graduate of
the 6. C. C, 1., has been engaged
to teach the subool at Mercatus,
pear Williston, S, C.
Mrs. Dr. E. G. Smith came
up last week from Williston to the
opening of. the college, bringing
her daughter Nadeen with her to
enter tbe'coUege, Wiile in Edge
field ilr?\ Smith was delightfully
entertained by Mrs, B, B. Joues.
The inimitable Ralph Bingham,
who needs no introduction to an
Ed ge geld audience, will give one
Of his characteristic entertain
weni? in ?tie ?dgefield opera house
on Monday evening near.t, the 9th
just, ;
Mr, Henry Cooper spent Sunday
last with Mrs, J. Q. Cogburn who
was severely scalded recently iv
the facie wbileoanping Borne toma
toes. At f?rst it was feared that she
bad.loslfc botb eyesjbut it ia now be
lieved that the sight of her eyes
bas not beep injured,
We publish the Count} Treas
urer's potice m this issue. The
only change from last year is that
tba state jeyy is ope half mill
higher tbap last year, flo not for
get that you must pay a tax on
your 4?g_; Tbe treasurer has no
right to waive it.
It is true that our young friend
Will Cogburn writes a great deal
of insurance but that is not what
(Hakes him wear such broad smiles
just now. The real reasou is be
cause faster William Benjamin
Sheppard Cogburn has become an
iumiateSpf the borne and a partner
ju tfce $jsin.esB.
*fbe chief topic of conversation
in Edgefield's social world is the
marriage of Miss Curran Hartley,
ope of ?jjr prettiest anfl best be
l??e? yffli?| ?ao>e. T>e following
?s a.ppp jo? t|)e invitations that
have bee? issued ?
"Mrs/Mary Bates Hartley re
quests the hpnor of your presence
at tbe Carriage of her daughter,
Curran-Maude, to Mr, Percy Mar
chall feltham, op Tuesday even
ing, October, jibe tenth, nineteen
pjjndjred. ?ind five, at half after
e'igfip o'clock. At home, Edgofield,
Spu'tb Carolina,'?
Qurlfop Beda baje been ad
ra ire"cl fjy wbppave seen them
pf ites very reasonable.
'pAMSEy 6 JONES.
PBESCBIPTIQNS our spepial
ty. Wesolimt ypu.r prespriptione,
day or night.
WE GJJARANTJ3E pure dru?s,
accurate compounding, and rea
sonable prices,
W, E. Ly^pp co.
Just received a car each of Rock
gill, Hacfcpey apd pfcase City
ppggies, alsp ? par of pld Hickory
wagpps. Wo are ip a position to
rnatp very plose pripes.
B4MSEV? JONES.
Ask Dr. Prescott what bis wife
thinks of Mack's Leader Stoves,
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
SILK SALE: Will close out
$6 pieces silk now on hand at N.
3^.'cost tq^ro?k? fp'?m for new
flock silk'."'
JAS. E. HART.
Mr. T. ?. Ewe has' accepted the
local agency for the Standard
Trust Company. Those who need
money or contemplate building a
home would do well to see him.
Ralph Bingham;one of the fore
mostimpersonators, humorist, and
violinists in the country, will ap
pear in ridgefield on Monday even
ing next, being the first attraction
on the lyceum course,
Mrs. J. Q. Cogbirrn has had the
deepest sympathy of many friends
and relatives during her intense
suffering from the recent accideut.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Cogburn aren!
up and spent Friday last with
her.
Mr. John B. Hill passed through
Edgefield on Monday with anoth
er load of the Hill-Strom plows.
These plows were to fill orders that
have boeu placed by farmers of
the Wards section, Now is the
time to place your orders for suU
S3? plow?.
Miss Mary Buford left yester
day for Atlanta where she will
purchase a very lar^e stock of
Fall Millinery, which will begiu
to arrive nert week. Her entire
stock will be new and will consist
of the latest thingB known to the
millinery art. Watch for M?BB
Buford's announcement,
Let us take your measure for a
new fall suit.
W. A. HART & Co.
On Sunday morning last M?BB
Roselle Burns, a sister of Prof.
Burns of the ?. C. C. I., united
with the Edgefield Baptist church
by letter from the church at
Brighton, Ala. Mr. Walter E. Hol
sten also presentar} himself as ti
candidate for baptise) and was
baptized at the evening service.
President Bailey treated the
student body to a delightful oyster
Btew and fry orr Saturday night
It required a gcodly number of
gallons, too, to supply those larg?
tables so bountifully. Fsw indeed
are the college authorities who
provide for students ap Coi. Bailey
provides for his.
While Mrs. B. B. Jones was
visiting at the home of Dr. and
Mrp. E, C, Smith m Williston
several weeks ago pr. Smith
voluntarily donated $5 to the
Edgefield Public Library. The
ladies who have the library in
charge greatly appreciate this '
gentleman's generosity.
Mr. W. E. Jamison who was '
formerly employed as foremau at
the Winnsboro quarry bas been
employed at the Pittsburg quarry 1
by Mr. Ross. Mr. Jamison told the
writer a *ew days ago that the
force of hands at the quarry would
be increased at onoe to 175. He
brought a score or more with him.
Enlarging the force at this
time means a great deal to our
town.
? Our boys' suits are excellent, .
Let us fit your boy, -
W. A. HART & CO.
A"little boy on being qupstioned
a few days ago about how he was
getting on at school, replied that
he had been going only a week
and that he had just gotton "broke
in:" We think the little fellow did
well to get flown to real work with
in a week. After spending a vaca
tion of three or four months with- !
out giving a single thought to
books it requires about a month
to get the average youngster "broke
in."
We are not alone in regretting
that the fish season has opened up
cn this market. Every Saturday
afternoon the odor from tainted
fish permeates the atmosphere.
The "louder" they smell the more
crazed some colored people seem
to be about'them. Unless tfte nui- ?
sance abates it is up to the board
of health to take a hand in the
matter and prevent tainted fish
from being sold on our streets.
Hon. Thomas ??. Rainsford's
residence on gu.uoom.be heights
is now complete in ail of its beauty
and grandeur. The tall, massive
and stately columns have had
beautiful Ionic capitals placed
upon them, which serve as the
finishing touphes, of the building
making it at onoe a masterpiece
of art and architectura. Mr. Rains
ford and his family mil move up
this week from his an? >stral home
uear Horn's Creek to oppupy hU
handsome ne^y residence. The Ad
vertiser ;join? all of our people in
welcoming them, most heftily.
On Sunday morning last Rev.
C. E. Burts announced that the
subject of his sermon on Sunday
morning next wijl be t'Tha Law of
Christian Expediency." In ajl
probability he will discuss trom a
Christian standp'.>>.;t some .of the
iBJues of paramount importance
to our people, par tjcuj arly the
liquor question. Rev, Mr. Burts is
not r. sensationalist-OD the con
trary, he is very conservative-yet
he bas decided convictions an$
does not hecate to declare clearly
and forcibly his position whenever
the occasion arises for him to take
A decided stand. We trust that a
great number, will hear this ser
mon upon "Christian Expediency"
FOR MAKING PI?JSLE i We
have just received a shipment of
Pure Five-year-old Appia and
White Wine Yinegar.
G. L. PE^N & SON.
Let us $11 your prespr-iptions.
We use only ?he'psst drug.
G. L. PENN ? SON.
If you ape looking for chairs
that are nicely finished low in
price and comfortable, you should
by all means oall at store of
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
We have juot received the
largest stock of Rockers, Dining
Chairs and Dining Tables ever
brought to 1 h is market.
RAMSEY & JONES
Petit.Jury. Third Week,
J R Pruiet J H Wright J A Prince
JR Cantelou P N Stoue WT
Brown Monroe Mundy T M
Glover J B .Timmerman J S Still
well O O Timmerman W B Penn
G P Perry S T Williams Geo. W
Hamilton D E Lanham G L
Wright J B Dorn L D Reece E J
Barker P B Whatley RM Johnson
W F Briggs Juliau R Strother R
A Wash J L Briggs M R Wright
S A Holson V/ H HarlingJEd Mor
ris W H Creed B J Harrison J D
Wash J B Scott R W Morgan W
L Holson *
Death of An Aged Christian Lady.
Mrs. Emily Meriwether die!
at her home near Clark's Hill on
Friday last aud was buried in
Bethlehem cemetery on Saturday,
Rev. P. B. Lauham, her pastor,
officiating at the funeral.
The greater portion of her long
life of eighty-eight years'was spent
in serving the Master, being one
of the pillars of her church and
for a long^period the teacher of the
Bible clase in the Sunday school.
The devotion of this good woman
to every duty was beautiful and
her influence will live on and on
in the lives of those with whom
she came in contact. Mrs. Meri
wether is survived by three chil
dren, Miss Caddie Meriwether,
the matron of the S. C. C. I,, be
ing a niece of the deceased.
Opening of the Session of 1905-06.
Everything at the college is now
running as smoothly and noiseless
ly as if a full monto had elapsed.
The usual publio opening was not
held tb?B year, the exercises being
quiet and Informal. The student
body, which is much larger than
is usual a*- this seasou, assembled
iu the auditorium on Thursday
morning where they listened to
two short but very appropriate
talks by A. S. Tompkins, Esq.,
and Rey. C, E, Burts, Col. Bailey
al^o made a few remarks and an
nouncements concerning certain
cbaugeB. etc., that hav? beeu made.
Not since this splendid institution
has been located in Edgefleld has
a session been entered upon which
gave greater promise of more thor
ough and more satisfactory work.
Major Lyon will be commaudant
of cadetg and he ha3 already gotten
everything organized and systema
tized with military precision. The
outlook from every standpoint in
dicates that the Bession ?->f 1905
06 wi)} be tue red letter Bession in
the carecr of the institution.
At Cost.
We'are selling at cost for the
Superintendent of Education all
of the Adopted School Books to
be used in the public schools. We
positively will not ohargo theee
bookB except at regular retail
price, so in order to obtain same
at cost you will have to pay CASH.
We sell State Adopted Books only "
at cost. Please noto the distinction.
W. E. LYNCH & CO.
Annual Association,
The Simmons' Ridge Samari
tan Association will convene with
the Macedonia Baptist church in
the town ofEdgefield, Wednesday
October the Uth 1905,
William Peterson,Moderator
R.A. Green, Clerk,
It makes no difference what the
merits of a wagon are. You can
find one as good or better. Try a
Mitchell or Qwe^sboro.
EUGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
FOR SAL5:? Three hundred
bushels of home-raised Red Rust
Proof Seed Oats. Price reasonable
Apply to
E. W. SAMUEL,
Edgefield, S. C.
There is no uso to send to the
city stores or mail ordor houses
for Wedding Presents. We have
a very large assortment of Cut
GlasB, Silverware^ Cutlery, Jewel
ry and Sundry novelties that are
too uumeyous to mention, all of
which were purchased from the
leading manufacturers of the
country. Let us suppl^yo^r needs
We can saye you money.
RAMSAY & JONES.
TURNIP SEED : We have- just
received a fre?h supply of all of
the popular varieties cf Turnip
Seed. We only b.\\y the very best
seed that are grown. Let us sell
you.
TIM MUNS BROS.
We make a specialty of framing
Diplomas, odd Bize pictures etc.
,W, E. LYNCH 4 CO
A large assortment of all widths,
colors and styles of Picture Mold
ing just received at
TIMMO??B BROS.
The best 10 cents Salmon on
the market eau be had at
Gr. L. PE??N # SON.
Freeh supply of National Bis
cuit Company's Crackers in bulk
and in packages.
TIMONS BROS.
There is nothing betley than our
"White Star" Coffee. Have you
tried it. Our teas are tj^e best to
be had.
' L. PENN & SON.
Try our delightful parche^ coffee
at 15 C\B T.er pou,nd. It wil} please
you.
TIRIONS BROS,
The Goldsboro, McFarland,
Taylor, Can nady and Baboock
Buggies are still going down the
road ahead of all others.
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
We carry a full Btock of all
kinds of picture moulding and
can frame any size picture on
short notice.
Ti^QNs BROS. ?
Treasurer's Notice.
The Treasurer's Offloe will be open
for the collection of tax?8 levied for
1905, from the 15th day of October to
15th day ot March, 1906, inclusive.
Prom the 1st to the 31st day of Jan
uary, 1906, a penalty of one per cent,
will be added to all taxes paid in Jan
uary.
From the 1st to the 28th day of Feb
ruary, 1906, a penally of two per cent,
will be added to all taxes paid in Feb
ruary.
From the 1st to the 15th day of
March, 1906, a penalty of seven per
cent, will be added to all unpaid tax?s.
Levy for State purposes 5)? mills
" " Constitunal School 3 "
ft " Ordinary County
purposes 4% "
?* Past indebtedness % *.
" " Special tax % ?
Total 14
" " School bonds Town
of lidfferleld 2 "
h " Railroad bonds
Town of Edgefield \% "
u " School special Edge
field SD, 2 "
u " Special Johnston S.
D. 3 "
" " Railroad bonds
Fickens town. hrp 3 *'
" ? Railroad bonds
Wise ? \% "
" " Railroad bonds
Shaw IX ?
One dollar poll tax on all male citi
zens between the ages of 21 and 60
years except those exempt by law. 50
cents per capita on all dogs. .
J.T. PATTISON,
County Treasurer.
FOR SALE : 138 acres of best
laud in Edgefield county. The
place has two cottage Dwellings,
Big Barn and Stables, Tenant
Dwellings, Pasture and up-to-now
general improvements. Will make
a bale of cotton per arre. It lies
in the Edgefield Schjol District
where there is Free Tuition to all
Pupils of the Edgefield school the
whole year. Also have Beveral other
good places for sale uear Edgefield.
E, J. Norris,
Real Estate Agent,
We have some special bargains
in meu'saud boys' suits.
W. A. HART ? CO:||
Full line Passe Partout Binding
10c. each. Mat Boards any color.
W. E. LYNCH & CO.
Just arrived, a lot of Auburn one
horse wagons. Lot ne sell you one.
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
FOR BOTH
One disease of thinness in
children is scrofula; in adults,
consumption. Both have pow
blood ; both need more foiix
These diseases thrive on lean
ness. Fat is the best means of
overcoming'them; cod liver oil
makes the best and healthiest
fat and
SCOTT'S
EMULSION
is the easiest and most effective
form of cod liver oil. Here's a
natural order of things that
shows why Scott's Emulsion is
of so much value in all cases of
scrofvn g. and consumption. More
fat, more weight, more nourish
ment, that's why.
Send for free sampfe*
SCOTT & BOWE, Chemists
409-415 Pearl Street, New York
$Qc.*n4$I.OO H il ? ? AlidrufgU*
Call and soe our beautiful as
sortment of pictures before they
have been picked over.
RAMSEY ? JONES.
See our beautifully decorated
Toilet Sets before you buy.
RAMSEY & JONES.
We guarantee tires on allMitch
sll Wagons tu run 4 years without
shrinking,
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE Co.
Fresh supply of all kinds of
sweet Qraekers. Stop baking cakes
this bot weather. We can supply
you.
G. L. PENN & SON.
Ask Bob Griffith what he thinks
of the Taylor Caunady Buggy.
Then ask Hugh Quarles about,the
Goldsboro.
EpGEFiiiLD MERCANTILE CO.
We carry a full line of all
kindB of Paints, also Lead, O 1
and Terpentine, Large assort mau t
of brusheg.
Gr. L. PENN & SON.
-
Largest stocfc af Chairs ever
brought to Edgefield now on sale
at'
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE. CO.
Every housewife wants the best
Flavoring Extracts or no.ne at all.
Remember thftt we are headquar
ters for Flavoring Extracts. We
sell nothing but the best.
?. L. PENN & SON.
Don't buy a Buggy until you
have seen o?r "Watertown" to ari
rive in a few days.
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
We simply do not propose to be
undersold. ' We are ready to serve
you and ask and examination of
our Furniture, Stove?, Vehicles,
etc,
Edgefield Mercantile Company.
Picture Fr/.a^ea.
We have just received a full
line of Moulding for Picture
Frames. So we cen make frames
any size desired and at very rea
sonable prices.
W. E. LYNCH $ ?Q,
j ...
STATEMENT.
STATEMNT OP THE CONDITION
OP THE F AK ME RS BASK AT
THE CLOSE OP BUSINESS
OCT. 2ND, 1005.
RESOURCES.
Loans.and Discounts.$201,647.31
Loans on Cotton Drafts.23,127.00
Bank Building and Fixtures. 4,040.0C
Cash in Other Banks.36.S06.18
Casia in. Vault .13,101.21
$278,521.70
i LIABILITIES.
Paid up Capital .$58,000.00
Surplus & Undivided Profits 23,429 78
Deposits.146,79192
Bills Payable.60,000.00
$278,221.70
I, W. H. HARLING, Cashier ol
The Farmers Bank of Ed?efield, S. C
do solemnly swear that the above is a
true and correct statement to the best
of my knowledge and belief.
iii worn to before me this the 2nd
day of Oct. 1905.
W. H. H ABLING, Cashier.
EDWIN H. FOLK, N. P. S. C.
Do you want a pretty picture
without money and without price.
Theu call at our store. We are
giving pictures away-absolutely
free.
TIMM ON s BROS.
We can fit you iu a slim, regular
or stout. Our line of Clothing is
large and prices reasonable. Let
us 8?ow you before buying.
W. A. HART & CO.
IF YOU ^
YOU
To remain TR Ul
in appearance, ir
be careful in the
selection.
There are not apt
any after regrets,
buy it from an et
house, from peop
whom you have c
You can't spare .tl
just now ? The?
name on our "Wj
and if you select J
band piano now,
a little latter for
one.
Ask for catalogs,
tion, otc.
THOMAS & I
MUSIC AND FUR*
706-708-710 Broad Street,
Welcome !
? ?-m
We welcome you to our store t
Every department is now fulL
? I SHOES : No better line of S!
Held, all grades and prices.
CLOTHING: Before buying
Boys' Clothing. They can't be bei
DRY GOODS : This departm
ird.
DRESS GOODS AND WAIST1
nreaves in these goods, also all of t
See our Laces, Embroideries a
A Snipirrb lina of
Underwear from 25 cents up t
J?VConiie to see us. The Ne
in der sold,
J. i
Money to Loan.
Sevan And a Quart?r Per Cent.
I eau now offer money to bor
rowers at the very low rate of
Seven and one fourth (7?) per
jont per annum, on long time. I
loan money on improved town and
farm property and require no en
lomr. I want to put out fifty
thousand dollars this Fall and
Winter at the rate named.
Wm. P. CALHOUN
Edgefield, S. C.
Notice.
The Registration Books have been
revised, and the new {books will be
jpened every first Monday in each
nonth, and all persons not having
registered since May 1904, are requir
ed to appear in person and get new
Registration Certificates before lbs
next general election.
S. E. MORGAN,
J, W, B. SLAUGHTER,
J. B^MINICK, Clk.B'd.
Wo have in stock burial rober
made in latest styles for men,
vomen and children $1.00 to $15.
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE CO.
f ANTED - -Buyers
t for Gasoline En
' gip.es> Steam En
gines, Saw Mills,
Cotton Gins, Presses etc,
_j- j. noms.
You can'tbreak Mitchell wagon
Bkeins. We guarantee them to be
Df host maleable iron.
EDGEFIELD MERCANTILE Co.
Go to the planing mill for shin
gie*, no. 1 and no. 2. "
FAULKNER ?ATO,,
Has f?tiooj The
Gro
Tasteless
ftr>Cure-No-Pi
?<?-.,-:. : . . . : .
STATEMENT;
STATEMENT OF THE CONDI
TION OF THE BANK OF EDGE
FIELD AT THE CLOSE OF
BUSINESS ON SEPT. 30TH,
_
RESOURCES.
Loans and Discounts.. .$182,595.47
Real Estate and Bank Buil'd. .4,973.95
Safe and Furniture.1,596.98
Judgments.864. $5
Cash and due from other B'ks 28,696,40
$218,727.75
LIABILITIES.
Capital Stock.$57,400.00
UndividedJProflts and Surplusl2,370,94
Deposits. 148,956.81
$218,727.75
State of South Carolina,
County of Edgefield.
I, E. J. MIMS, CaBhier of The
Bank of Edgefield, do solemnly swear
that the above statement i3 true and
correct to the best of my knowledge
and belief.
E. J. MIMS, Cashier.
Sworn to before me this the 30th
day of Kept. 1905.
B. B. JONES, N. P. S. C [L. S.]
Rogers ? Gaile t's celebrated
Violet Water at
TlMMONB Bios.
Take Penn's Bitters for the
liver. There ii nothiwg bettor.
G. L. PENN & SON.
7ANT
B PIANO
C in tone,
i durability,
; to be
if you
itablished
lo in
on fid en ce.,
he mouey
, get your
litingList"
a second
exchange it
a new
informa
BARTON Co?
?ITURE DEALERS
Augusta, Ga.
Welcome ! !
o inspect our NEW FALL GOODS,
boes has ever been shown in Edge
see our great values in Men's and
it.
ent is up to our usual high sia?d
NGS : We have all of tho new
he popular colors.
nd dress Trimminga of all kinds.
Silks for Waists.
0 the finest.
w York Racket Store will not be
N. PEAK.
We defy competition on Rugs
and Art Squares. Oura are beauties
and are very cheap.
RAMSEY & JONES.
Large assortment of tooth
brushes at
G. li, PENN & SON.
Notice of Application for
Homestead.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OT EDGEFIELD.
Ex Parte, Iona Owdom.
Notice is hereby to all parties inter
eited that Mrs. Iona ti, Owdom widow
of the late J. A Owdom, has mad? ap
plication to rn? a? Master of Edgefield
county South Carolina, for a Home
stead out cf the property left by the
late J. A. Owdom as prescribed by th?
i Homestead law of this state, I will
pass on the same on the 6th day of
! November 1905,
W.F. ROATH,
Matter for Edgefield, County S. C.
Oct. 4th, 1905.
Notice
on the 16th day of October 1905, the
undersigned will apply to tue Probate
Court at Edgefield, South Carolin?,
for a final discharge from bis trust as
Guardian of the estate of Miss Eliza
Timmerm&n,
W. P. TIMMERMAN.
[Sept. uth, iaoa. 4t
A new stock of Guns just re
! ceived at
RAMSEY & JONES.
Tooth Brushes from 5 to 50
I cents at
Ti M MONS BROS.
A solid car of chairs to arrive
this week? panging in price from
:5ft cent B to $&.0ft.
Edgei?.?ld Mercantile Company.
Test 35 Years
ve's
lil! Tonk
ty. SQ cental
Augusta's
Mail Order Dept.
Samples Carefully
Sent?n Request.
?Express Prepaid on
jail Orders Over ? ire
Dollars Accompani
ed by Cash. ^
Fall Buying Made Easy
-AT THE
Homelike Store,
Salesladies
to help and assist you to suggest the latest styles to fit and'
combine color to your becomingness.
Ladies of ? ?3-?icL and vicinity we
extend to you our greeting to visit our store while in Au
gusta. We are prepared to show the most exclusive line of
COLOR D DR SS GOODS BL CK GOODS SILK
M1LLIN RY and RE DY-TO- W AR
SUITS and SKIRTS.
These goods are selected with care by experienced buy
ers just from New York.
We are confident to please you- in the most advance
styles at the very lowest prices.
Ladies Home Journal patterns, loc. 15c. Get a styte
Book Free by mail.
Malee our Store your;
Headquarter'*
Ladies Parlor's fori
Visitors in the City.
Mall Ordeis attend
too at once return
on next train.
Mullarky
&
Sullivan.
?30 Broadway, N H Augusta, Ga.
Now Ready
OUR F ALL STOCK
is about complete, and we invite
interested buyers to call and in
spect this array of Merceadise.
Our prices, styles and qualities
are correct. Satisfaction given
or your money back.
Yours for business. ?
JAS.. E. HART
V. A. Hemstreet & Bro.,
Dealers in
S>r>ortixxgr Goods,
--WILL
Move October l^t
TO
655 Broad Street,
Next to Sancken's Bar.
NEW STOCK, ; - NEW.PRICES,
All Work Guaranteed.
V. A. HEMSTREET & BRO., Augusta, Ga.
55 jone? I?: Augusta, Ga.
Everything on Wheels
Mr. W. T. FIELD the senior member bf the old firm
>f FIELD & KELLY has bought out their business^atTtor
ame old stand 973 Broad Street and Q6O Jones Street, nn
1er the name of
Ifield & Co.
We will sell all the stock bought of Field & Kelly con
isting Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, Bicycles, Harness,
?addles, Buggy Robes, Etc., LESS than FACTORY
>~ICES.
THESE GOODS MUST GO to make room for our
mmense new linc of goods now coming in.
JpB^Remember the place the large 3 story brick build
tig with sign on top
"Everything on Wheels.
Made-to-Order Garments
Moderate Prices Servicable
Stylish Delay
VE GUARANTEE EVERY GARMENT TO GIVE
ALL AROUND SATISFACTION IN WEAR,
SERVICE AND STYLE
Examine our several hundred samples of Cheviots, Worr
steds, Cassimeres, etc.-none better.
Overcoats and suits made from heavy-weights thet will
?rotect your body from chilling winds and your pocket
100k from high prices. You will never fully appreciate the
onvincing worth of our garments until you have worn one
f them-they retain their shape and appearance of new
ness during au entire season's wear-and longer if you use
hem.
Ever since we started in business we
lave made standards and prices^-Standards
ligher and Prices lower.
It will be a pleasure to convince you
hat what we say is right. Better give u&
his opportunity-it will pay you.
e. E. MAY.

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