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. "???ref jeld Advertiser
3? L. MIMS. - ~ - ED?TOS
ONE YEAR $150
SIX MONTHS 75
s WEDNESDAY, NOV. 7, 1806.
By skillful conduct and artif i.
claim3an8 a person may mxko a
sort of name for himself; but if
the inner jewel be wanting, all is
vanity, and will not last.
The Wittekind has arrived and
all South Carolina rejoices.
In the death of Mrs. Virginia
D. Young, South Carolina has
lost one of her noblest and best
women-one who was large in
mind, heart aud soul.
Ail eyes are now upon Commis
sioner of Immigration Watson,
about whom many words of com
mendation have boeu spoken. He
deserves it all aud more besides.
Great is the pity that Sea Island
cotton cannot be grown upon the
red bill? of Edgefield couuty.
ThiB particular variety of cotton
is now bringing from 2S to 30
cents ou the Charleston, market.
Everybody has gone literally
crazy over illustrated post cards.
Everything on the earth, above ii
and btvnpatb it, has been photo
graphed and placed on pest cards.
Already there is "the big stick '
series, and when Lieut. Peary re
turns, the "north pole", whatever
that ?3, will doubtless appear rn
an issue: "Uncle Sam" eucourage s
tbe po6t card craze, for he makes
$1.20 on every pound of carde
that he transmits.
Edgefield did not entertaiu an
gels xmawares last week. Many of
the two-hundred ladies that were
the guests of the town were indeed
but litt'e lower than the angels.
Whiie here these consecrated,
cultured, Christian women made
foot-prints that time cannot
fcffs.ee. Their comiug afforded
pleasant anticipation, their pres
ence was a sweat benediction, and
their parting caused many a pang
A woman wrote 2,64,7 words in
bali an hour ou a typewriter in a
recent contest. "Kow much gum
she chowed is not stated.-Char
While it would be interesting
to know how much gum this nim
ble-fingeied woman chawed, yet it
would be still more interesting to
Jcnow what portion of the 2,647
words were in the form of a poet
script-the major portion, of
The greatest need of the south,
particularly South Carolina, is
an'influx of sturdy, thrifty peo
ple to build up the depleted and
in some sections depopulated
country districts. It may be that
the coming of a high class of im
migrants at this time will in a
measure supply the need. Ac
cording to a statement of Com
missioner Watson, about 200
thrifty fanners from northern
Europe will cQme o n the next
vessel. Several ship-loads of that,
cl ass would be welcomed to Edge
field county. ?
Tho Duchess of Marlboro's
father, W. K. Vanderbilt, got a j
divorce, and married again. Her
mother also got a divorce and
married again. Now the Duchess
is seeking a divorce. Io describ
ing the connubial experiences of
that class of people it would be
nearer correct to uso the old-time
negro expressions of "took up"
and "parted"-the services of the
preacher and of the judge being
simply incidental and not at all
Such people ought to be re
quired to live in South Carol.ua,
where they would-be tied together
"hard and fast", with no law to
South Carolina is to be con
gratulated upon the class of im
migrants that are seeking homes
within her borders. Instead of the
seem of southern Europe, such as
crowd the northern cities, intelli
gent, ambitious people from the
countries of northern Europe are
coming our way. The officers who
were sent down from Washington
to inspect the Wittokind's cargo
of humau freight have declared
Herr WatsoD'B colony to be of a
Applications at this office for
contract blanks euggest the ap
proaco of the season for making
plai'S for auother year. The con
fusion incident to the present
demoralized condition of labor
makes it very difficult for one to
lay.plans for the future'. In thin
connection, The Advertiser will
oflFer.just one suggestion, to wit:
let as^T?fc?e Und ai possible be
Srented. T^renthig system, moro
Tjfep any i(mer <^e cruise, hes
cr?fflg&uted K> tte ?^stujiab^con
(1 i ijqJfcJM a n y a LT OI^^=
been ru^oTaa a labo^oyJ^fviii^
to l'ai m oi^Hiis own ??j??k I^Mb1
not a dollar ajbead auG^otH&l
as a~basi8 for credit. l^T s^egroa
?set up farming on hie own nc
count, become a landlord, and
nine tin:es out of ten be is
demoralized as a laborer. The
renting system 'conduces to
Woman's Missionary Union, Oae
of The Most Pleasant and
Profitable Session in The
History of The Organization.
Since the opening of the full
season, Edgefield has been the
scene of two conventions of wo
men. The firei was (he state con
vention of tbeWomau's Christian
Temperance Union, which mani
fested their efficiency iu the cause
of temp?rance, and which brought
great aud lasting pood to tho town
of Edgefield. The Woman's Mis
sionary Union auxiliary to the
State Baptist Convention, meet
ing iu Edgefield last week, WAS
the largest body ever assembled
in Edgefield, thero being more
than Ho hundred delegates and
visitors in attendance. Thia
gathering showed to a marked de
gree the zeal with which lin Bap
tist women of Routh Carolina hav^
prosecuted their mission work
during the past and many previ
ous years- and has left in Edge
field an influence for missionary
activity which will never die.
The opening session of the Wo
man's Missionary Union on Tues
day evening was devoted to the
subject of state missions. Dr. T.
M. Bailey made tbfl address on
this subject which lies closest to
his heart. For two especial rea
sons Edgefield is constraint^ to
show honor to South Carolina's
distinguished secretary of state
missions. One is that he first
made a home in the United States
of America on Edgefield soil ai-d
allied himself with the Baptist
forces* at Gilgal church i ti the
Edgefield association. The o h*r
?8 that after Beveral dr-cades of
absence from this association he
has given to EdgpfHd, through
his son Presideut F. N. K. Bailey
the greatest educational institu
tion that has ever existed in her
midst, and one of the greatest in
the stafe; so that while sll other
portions of South Carolina bavp
reason to rise up and call him
blessed, Edgefield the more.
Collections during tha'conven
tion were splendid and appeals
wer? responded to with the spirit ol
love and generosity, j 'be first on*3
was for the erection of a chapel at
the cotton mills of Rock Hill by
request of Mis3 Dowell who is OUP
of the missionaries of the state
board stationed there. About one
huudred aud fiftr dollars waa
rais?d. An appeal for the chapel
at Colon Cuba resulted in the
raising of $25.00 and on Thursday
morning the collection
for a stereoptican outfit
for Mr. and Mrs. Clarke of Japan
amounted to about $230 00. Thirty
five dollars was raised for the
compound in Iti'.iy on Thursday
evening, making a total of about
$440.00 raised in cash aud pledges
on the floor of tho convention.
The esteem in which the Wo
man's Missionaiy Union is held
by the leaders, of the Baptist de
nomination is revealed by the:
fact that each, object for which
the missionary union labors, was
represented at our evening servi
ces by one of the secretaries of
the three boards, and the most
distinguished men of our denomi
nation. Dr. T. M. Bailey of the
Slate Mission Board, Dr. B. D.
Gray of the Home Mission Board
and Dr. R. J. Willingham of tLe
Foreign Mission Board who came
all the way from Richmoud Va.,
especially to attend this meeting.
All these brethren commended
the successful and zealous labor?
of the women aod expressed their
appreciation of the services ren
dered. It therefore behooves the
pastors of South Carolina to give
the women's mission eocieties io
their churches their hearty sympa
thy and co-operation.
Since coming to Edgefield
Mr. Boyd has rendered great as
sistance to all the churches iu hie
skill as musical director. 'Though
not identified with the Baptist
church, he very kindly and un
selfishly!directed the music during
the Woman's Missionary Uuiou,
thus adding so much to the
efficient services of a splendid
choir. Beautiful .music was ren
not only by the choir, but by the
chorus class of the S. C. C. I., and
solos by Mrs. E. J. Norris, Misa
Eliza Minas, Miss Boyd and Mrs.
J. W. Quattlebaum of Anderson.
Tho following state missionaries
attended the convention : Mist
Gertrude Brumfield, of Horee
Creek Valley, who is supported by
the Woman's Mission societies of
the Edgefield association, M?6S
H. H. Wright, Horse Creek Val
ley; Miss Eliza Hyde, Charles
ton; Mies Dowell, Rock Hill;
Miss Carroll, McColl ; Miss
Katharine Ellis, Laurens; Miss
Dsisy Cummings, Spartauburg;
Miss Berger, Anderson; Miss
Cleo Attaway, Columbia; Miss
Mary Taylor, Greenville; M i SF
Lucy Cureton, Uniou.
The reception tendered bv
President Bailey to the Woman's
Missionary Union was a delight
ful occasion. The lecital in th?
?coHege auditorium was very mud
i enjoyed and praises for Presiden
I Bailey and those who took par
jiu the recital were beard OD al
?sides. One gentleman who-ba
much cxperieuce at Convention
and who was present, said tba!
fae had never r-eeu a grandt
aifihl th3n tho ono to be sren i
the dini.ig ball of the S. C.C.I
More than two hundred Christiai
women seated to^ethpr at on
time enjoying sweet fellowship a
the midday meal.
On Thursday morning of th
convention what was thought b
many to be the most delightlu
? ' our of any of the r6S i ins WEB
gb* tirj*?a?lolted to Mrs. W.H.
TTUjke orjjhoflii. H^r peculiar!
rc^fetic Wuonality rill eu
Jthuffl5^tic dation to her worl
brought;tears to many pyes, rs
she told of ber joy iu the service
of Christ in the far off city of
ICumamota, Japan. Her heart mi*
been given to the Japanese, and
in the beginning of the new year,
she will ieturn to this beloved
laud of her adoption tc? spend hpr
life in Christiau service. One of
tba most thrilling aud sweetest
of voices piing in Japanese, "Throw
out tbe Lifo Line."
In tho hpp?inthJont of commit
tees Edgefield association was uot
forgotten. Toe committee on
rPBolntions contained the name ?
Mrs. J. T. Littlejohn of Red Hil!
church,. Edgefield association,
Committee on noni i natif??? P. Mrs
J. L Mima. Mrs. J. H. Tillman
was elected alternate to represent
the women nf Sou?h Carolina in
Woman's Missionary Union aux
iliary P. B. C. Richmond, Va., it)
Way 1907 Mrs. Tillman was also
?lfcted sup^rinb ndont of the de-,
per'ment of young girle work for
the Btate of South Carolina.
Dr. Burts introduced on Thurs
day evening to a crowded house
Rev. W. H Ci nike of Japan, who
atone time as a travelling man.
had vipited the town of Edgefield,
and worshipped in the Edgefieid
Baptist church. His address was
rull of interest and in formal ion._
Mr. aDd Mrs. Clarke have the
honor of b"ing the first foreign
missionaries to speak from the
pulpit of the Edgefield Baptist
church, and their presence among
us has brought U3 great inspira
tion to missionary service.
The efficient services of tue
officers were highly commmded.
Mrs: J. D. Chapman of Auoe sm
won the a'miretion of all by her
Sraci'-ua. composed manner as
pn siding officer. It was said by a
lady present who had benn at
many great gatherings of worn i:,
that this wa? J he most orderly
j convent ?0:1 o' such a large body
lint she hod rv. r attpuded. Mrs.
J. W. Qtiattlebaum, of Andenon,
cs recording secrerary won gold<n
opinions by her concise and ac
cur.ile records read with such en
thusiasm that even "dry minutes''
became of interest. The corres
ponding secretary Mrs. A. L.
Orutchfield of Sparta u burg is
well known among mission work
ers tbroughnut the state by cor
respondence . if net ?'personally.
The paper which she read befor -
the superintendents conference
on Wednesday tfternoon, was the
masterpiece of a facile pen
prompted by a great mind and a
Mrs. J. N. Cud:!,.of Spartan
burg, treasurer, though the y-os
seesor of a wonderful head for
figures, was by no means a figure
head in the convention but.
startled the wo.nen of the union
by the ease willi which she bad
bandied such a large amount of
money during the year. Through
the treasurer's bands have passed
moro than $17,000 dollars. And
after all what is a morfi practical
demonstration of the efficiency of
an organization than the worship
whhh is rendered in gi fte? Mr6.
Cudd in making a statement of
her ai ms for the coming year said
with a touch of humor that as
treasurer her chief aim would be
"to keep thiug8 straight."
To sum it all up, the only dis
satisfied people in Edgefield are
those who did uot have enough
delegates, and we are all sad that
now we have no delegates. Ye
delegates who failed to come to
Edgefield, take warning, and do
not fail the people of Columbia
but come in ever growing num
bers wh.'u the annual meeting
takes place there next October.
The response to tho address of
welcome by Mrs. Avery Carter of
Columbia was very unique, full of
humor and originality. She will
have the opportunity next vear of
trying her skill of pen and tongue
upon a similar address of wel
Among other telegrams and
messages which were sent, at the
I suggestion of Mrs. J. H. Tillman,
a letter was sent to Rev. John
Lake in China, as missionary of
the Edgefield association.
F. A. M.
The ladies who attended the
convention at Edgefield last we^k
all report a pleasaut and profita
ble meeting. We were glad that
our commuuity was so wall rep
resentad, and we believe that e.tch
and every church in the county
will be benefitted by the conv? n
Lait Wednesday afternoon the
infant of iVir. and Mrs. Hampton
YouDgblocd was buried at the
The infant of Mr. and Mrs.
John Mathis was buried the sam?
afternoon at the Grove.
.Mrs. Tom Quarles whom we re
ported quite sick last week died
at her home near Antioch las'
Saturday afternoon at 6
o'clock and was buried here yes
terday aftirnoon at 3 o'clock.
MrB. Quarles was a daughter ot
the late B. F. Thomas. Sba had
been sick for several weeks. Al
.rst her illness was not thought
to be serious bul fur the lust two
weeks h^r friends soon found oui
chat she was in a critical condi
ci?n . All w a s. d u u e f 0 r h a r re co t?r\
that could bu done but. of nc
i vail. She was conscious to ih<
last aud cailed the family to hoi
ood, ai d bade each one good-b.e,
hen her soul took iti* Hight to th.
Jod who gave it. Mrs. Quirle.
?vas a consistent member of Li-iu
rilli church. She leaves fi yo chil
Iren, three sisters, one brothel
md a host of friends to mourn
ier loss. We expend sympathy t<
09 bernav?:d ones.
Mr. James Dodie movi-d hit
family to Plum Brauc'i last week.
Dr. Prescott bas the larger
4Lock cf goods triat W-J haye eve
8 iu in the cou.jtry. You can bu^
;oods as cheap at Dr. Prescolt't
and Earnest Queries store as
in Augusta. Givo t hear gentleman
a trial and be convinced.
Have i"oil kiilf.d that, hog yet?
When j cu do, bd sore and send
vour pastor some epare-ribs and
.Miss Annie - Lan'fo.rd, of Lau
ren?, is vis il in g at Rose Cottage.
Mr. John Whatley of North Au
gusta, viried Ros* Cottage last
Mr. R. A. Cochran is on the
si;;k lint .this week.
Mis3 B'.-PHie H-dmis visited
friends t?t M od oe Inst week.
Thousands Sara Kidney Trouhle
and DOH1!-- Know it.
How Ti: SI*'.ilfl Cut.
Fill a bottle or corncicn glass with your
?rater and let it star.! r.venty-four hours; a
sediment or set
tling indicates an
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
:onv.?ncing proof that the kidneys and blad
der arc out jf order.
What to Bo.
Tb we is comfort in the knowledge so
oftftn, expressed, that1 Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, the fjrest kidney remedy fulfills every
wish in c;jri.-.,7; TM^.-iXizm, pain tn the
back, kidney:;, iiver, l'ii?dvt and every part
of th!) urinary passage, lt conects inability
to held wa-er and sctUH?g ytiin in passing
;t, or bad if J'sots folbwtng nw of liquor,
wir.c or beor, and oversoraes that unpleasant
necessity of being c?>rrip?ilijd io go often
during; the day, and to rp many times
during the r.i?ui. '."ht Bai id ?jd the extra
ordinary effect of S?nSC!'ili-iRo?t ls soon
realized, lt stands tho ls| heal ?cr it3 won
??rful cures of the rr.o.'i? ;?i;.tressing cases
If you need a medicine yo i l?aa? have tht
liest. Sold by druggists ?ii t>Cc. ?ind^l, sizes.
You may have a sc\T,\?v tattle c-.c this
absolutely free by mail, 7"355^gg??P;
address Dr. Kilmer Sc f?eme cf Swan^Rc-ot.
Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing men
tion reading this generous otiar in Lbi?a?per.
Don't ru ak? kuy mirfak*3, but
r. m'U)b'jr th*1 naiiip, Swaitip
Root, Dr. KiimerV Pwain.p-R?ot,
?ind tho address, BitehamfonyN.
Y., or f>*'.erv bottle. .
If you wini, to m M kn I arg? on
ion?, this i . th ?' inns of flu? year
to pl?! nt. Wv. cr. II now fupplv y ru
with the finest variety of Onion
Sets-Red and White.
(r. L. Peni; ?V?on.
B.?ys' gil l Miens' fl-'fc lined
vests a?id pant?, from 2 '0 IC
year?, 253 Mich.
The Corner rn.
IX THE MATTER Ov J. S. CHI!'
LEY & CO,, BAKKKUI/T,
By virtue of authority vpsted In me
Trustee iii the mutter of J. S. Chip
ley & Co., hankrtipt, I will seil to I he
highest bidder, at Public 411011011,
within the legal hours of sale, at
Edgetield Court House, on Monday,
the third day ot December. A, D,
190R, the folluwing described property
All that certain tract, or parceLpf
hind ii: uatr, lying and being in?I d?; -
field County. S:>uth Carolina, con
taining ninety-seven acres, more or
Jpss and bounded bv lands of Mr?.
Hary Pangett, Lanier homestead ?nd
Seigier lands. Also two-ninth inter
est in the following-three tracis of
land: ]G7 acres of land bounded by
lands of Robert Lanier and other?;
237 acres bounded by lands of Robert
Lanier Homestead, Reynolds lands
aud Seigier lands, and 120acrf s bound
ed by lands of W. L. Lanier, Cart
ledge and Reynolds land and Rocky
T. C.TURXER, J rt.
"Waeu I wa3 a druggist, at Li
vonia, Mo.," writes T J Dwyer,
now of Graytsville, Mo., ''three
of my customers we.ro permanent
ly cured of consumption by Dr.
King's New Discovery, and are
well and strong to-day. One was
trying to s?ll his property and
move to Arizona, but after using
N*w Discovery a phort timo h*
found ii unnecessary io do so. I
regard Dr. King's New Discovery
as the most wonderful medicine
in existence" Surest Cough and
Cold cure and Throat and Lujig
healer. 50c and $1. G. L. Tenn &
Sou, W. E. Lynch & Co.
ead eng styles
est Sf y ? ng values
ear after year ^^"^ brings cheer
To millions of homes afar and near,
Big and lillie folks sing the praise
Of ^r?^ Shoes so wonderfully made !
We sel! X IS X Shoes
Ken and V/omen looking for their
Money's worth, buy them
FOR SALE BY
Art ptjuarHs in all co'i-rs and
Y\s #3 00 io .$10 00. These arn
btrgama tha? you cannot affu d
) nii'- s
EUGEFJELD MERCANTILE CO,
Lotter to H. H. Sanders.
Edgerieid, S> C.
Dearer : A pound ol'/rood meat and
no bono is worth more thin a lialf
pound of meat and a half-pound ol'
bone; but there are, as you say, a
grent many people who won't pay
more than a certain . price by the
I ound. Give 'em bone; that's right;
giyp'ein plrnty of bufe.
pliera are people who won't pay j
more than SI.50 a gallon for paint;
give 'cm hone. 'ZD
2'hereis no better school t han ex
perience; cost ii high; biit the lesson
is never 1'orgotetn.
Let a man paint two houses auk.*,
same size; one Dev.pp, the other that
$1.50 paint. He buys 10 gallons of
each, ai.d pays SH a day for labor-S3
a day is ;j>3 a gallon, easier reckoning
Llenas tobuy two gallons more of
the $ i. 50 paint; and has two gallons
lt-ft of Devoe: 12 gallons S?50, *1S;S
gallons .fl.75; 'f24 .f4 more tor '-cheap
gallons $24: 12 (rallens $37; ?12 mrre
for painting '"cheap" paii:t.
He'll buy the less-gallons paint
after that. If people are slo w to learn,
it's became they keep-on buying
bone-ujp:?t. fit i ve 'em plenty of bone.
F vv DEVOF; & co
Edgelleld Mercantile Company.
In Timo of P?>?icn.
In the first months of the Rus
sia-Jspan war we had a striking
example of the necessity for
preparation a:id the early advan
tage of those who, KO to speak,
"have shingled Ibeir roofs in dry
w-alber." The virtue of this prep?
?ration has made histirv and giv? ti
to our gre?test nvri. Th? individ
ual HS we!] as tho nalion eh? uki
be pr? pured for ?uv emergency.
Are you prepared to suociFsfulh
combat the first edd you take? A
cold can be cured much ?norr
quickly when treatr-d a.-t soon ??s il .
bias! beeL coulruci? d ?uni be*for
it bus l-ocouie sel ti'd in tin; svs
teni. C li.-i m bi ri.'- in's Cmii.li Bern -
dy is furn .ne fi?' its c?r?i>: of cid:
Hud it. frhwuld be kept at 'hu nd
ready for instant \is?. ?old H G
L. Penn &, Sou,
.Sells Morn of Cris m beria in V
Cough R-medy than ali Others
Mr.Thor.. G^ortrn. n marchan!
at Mt. Elgin, Ontario, says: "I
had trfe IOCJI pgi'iiey for Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy ever
siifCP it- v\as mi rod deed into Cana
da, and ? tv 11 fis muc<; of ir PS 1
do ot ail ol her lines I have in
my Fhulvps put together. Of the
many dozens sold under guarantee
I haye uot bad one bol tic returned, i
I can personally reoonirnend th's
medicine as I have used it myself
and given it to my children sind
always willi tho best, results. Sold
by G L. Penn <fc Son,
A reliable medicine nucl one
that should always be kept in the
home for imm?diat-? use isJCham
berlain'? Cough Remedy. Il will
prevent the attack if given fis eoou
as the child bec >mrs hoarse, or
even after the croupy cough ap
pear?. Poid by G. L"Penn & Soo.'
We have broken up housf
Street and moved to our ne
where, with larger and mor
snail be better prepared thar
trade with best Wearables fi
the Country's Best Makers c
We Extend a C
To Our N
We have redoubled our
The Best Clothing Store in
Our prices and our Clothi
Best and St
We'll have it no other wa
We have pitched our tent
that our circle of patrons wil
whole army of Clothing buy
can exclaim with one accon
Thanking our old friends
that we may have the pleasr
friends at our new home, we
742 BROAD STREET,
Our nen' goods are now in and w
cali and see them. Full liue of Dre?
shadee. Very complete line of Now \
all colors, also heavy goods in
waists in silks, plaids and all colon
Panarra cloth mid Voile, also Miss?
Coats for early fall. Large stock of
blenched goods 5c up. Beautiful ble
Beautiful stock of Ladh.s' and M<
giris' School Shoes right price? aud
Clothing fon boys and men at very c
at prices lower than ever b-loro.
Wi Ir.-tv an extjtiisile .ii." ul Val 1
from harrow edge to ?ill width-, also
in all widths an 1 prie-.--. L>>!< al tin
Large ass Vr! men I very s'\!ish bat
plel line of Lu.lies ilrWs Hat.", fuilp
Coui.terpauea-La -e Cur'?iii:.--, Shade
O?'* notion di-parlirie?t is com-ile
Ladies collars and neckwear.
Ribbonu in all shade -, widths am
Full hoe Ho?ijry, Ladled Mun an
.(.?.mp IV le new stock. Give us a ca
to plea.-e you in q rut! itv, q'i m ti tv a
WP i'?vitft th*4 Indies t<> inspect
our "Hollaud Sunset" ware, cit
able for wedding and birthday
Edg-fiild Mercantile Co.
Poet mae er Hobbed:
G W Fou ts. Pos trow ter ai
Riverton, Ia., nearly lost his life
and was robb:d of ail com for?, ac
cording to his lMtpr, which say?:
"For 20 years I had rh ron io liv^r
com pi ni'..!, w?rch 1",: 'n -nob. ?
severe caw of j an nd i co that even
ray finger v.A\* turned yellow;
when my doctor prescribed EIPC
trie Bitters; which cured mo nnd
have Kept raft weil for eleven
years." Sure cure for Bi.'liousness,
Neuralgia, Weakness and all
Stomach, Liv^r. Kidney au J Blad
der derangem-nts. A wouderful
Tonic. 50c. G. L. Penn & Son W.
E. Lynch & C >.
A Mountain of Gold
could not bring as much happi
roFs to Mrs. Lucia Wi ko, uf Caro
line, Wis., as did one 25c box of
Buclilen'8 A*nica Salve, when it
completely cun.'d a running soro
oh her hg, which bad tortured her
23 long ynnrs. ("iratest antiseptic
healer of Piles, 'Vounds and Sorps
25c. G. L. I*' ''ii & Sm W. E.
Lynch it Co.
If yon expect 'o purchase a Talking
Machine lion's d > SJ until jon let ns
demonstrate (h.- superiority of the
Edison Phonp'gr.ipbg. It takes only
a fe-T minutes.
. We get ?:?e :iew Gold Moulded Rec
ords as tli-v ermin out cell month.
Those for N.v. mber now on sa Ie.
. fan y JU b-ai this Magazine club
Cosmopolitan, World's Work, De
Ineator aiitl M ?cl ure's, all for $3,65.
Each toa .iiif.TciiS address if so de
S. IL MANGET,
. TRENTON, S. C.
Roys' I l-ey Traits, 15c to $1 50
The Corner Store.
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Take LAXATIVE BhOMO QUIN
INE Tablets. All druggist refund
the money if it fails to cur?.
E. W. G row's signature is ou each
?\v location at ^^g-Q
.e convenient quarters, we
i ever before to serve our
Dr Men, Beys and Children
elicits to keep our store the
rig, Hats and Toggery must
here to stay and we trust
I widen and extend until the
rers in and about Augusta
1 "We buy our Clothing at
for past favors and trusting
ire of seeing our Edgcfield
3 of New Fall
9i invite uur patrons arid friends to
is Goods in all the new weaves and
.Vaift Goods in Silks, Plaids and
white and all colors. Ready-mad?
?. Ladies Skirts iu Silks, Plaids,
a Skirts. Large assortment of Silk
Outing, checks and brown and
ached linen for Waists and Suits
?n1s Dress Shoes, also boys' and
quality. Very large stock of
;lose prices. Rugs and Art Squares
rte-1 at from 3 to 15c. Torchon lace
linen torchon lace. Embroidery
?m beFore buying.
s fur nu n and,boys, also a com
rs luid ready-to-wear hats. See our
s curtain rods.
(1 iioy-i, all prices,
i any line aud we will be sure
Be sure and' sec
The greatest Horse and Dairy Feed known, at the
Oct, 29th to Nov 3rd.
We will have a representative from the factory in
charge who will tell you all about ics merits.
108. ? CO.,
THE FARMERS BANK
. OF EDGEFIEIAS. C.
STATE AINSD COUNTY DEPOSITORY
THE LARGEST AND STRONGEST SANK IN EDGE |ZLD COUNTY
Paid up Capital. So8.000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits. 28,000-00
Liability of Stockholders. 58,OOOJOO
Protection to Depositors. $ljf.jj.,000~00
W's invite intention of those desiring a safe depositoryfor thetr money 'o tue
?<:t*. INTEREST PAIO ON DEPOSITS 3Y SP?CIAL CONTRACT.
Under providion of iu cb:i rter this bank is authorized to act as trustee, puardiab
imtuistrator und executor, and to accept and execute trusts generally.
A. E. PADGETT, President i*. II RA IV FORD, ViCi-P.-r .
W. H. HAJ'.LING, Cashier. . W. A. BYRD, Asst. Cashier.
to fit you from head-to-f oot
in the latest things in
We are now showing some Beautiful Fall
Merchandise. Drop in and let us show you
some of the New Things in
Clothing,, Shoe?, Hats and
Come in to see us we shall be pleased to show you
our immense stock,
Beautiful Nev/ FALL GOODS are now ready
Complete line of Hamil
ton Brown & Co's cele
Elk Brand Hats.
J^TBEST goods for the LEAST money.
We are opening this week a lot of "Kenyon''
Raincoats for Ladies, Fur Scarfs for ladies, also
a large shipment of Misses and Ladies
STYLISH HEAVY WRAPS,
all in.the lalest cuts. These goods are being mark
ed up at less than city prices.
JAS. E. HART
Get your Laundry in Tuesdays.
Oval and Canopy Top,
Fire Brick Complete.
We also have Coal Stoves,
Box Heaters and
@? a Cold lu Ona Pay, Grip iaTWo
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