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The Kind Yon Have Always Bought, and -which lias been
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
?- and has been made under his per
j?/^7%^7*~7^?r. sonal supervision since its infancy*
\&&ry% /<&C6Ata?: Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
i Infants and Children?Experience against Experiment?
What is CASTORIA
' Gantoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing- Syrups. Tt is Pleasant. If"
contains neither Opium, Morphine ncr other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guaran ":ce. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea?The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
The Kind You Have Always BougM
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THE CCNTAUR COMPANY? TT MURRAY 8TRCCT. NEW YORK CfTY.
T. II. WANNAMAKER, Pkks.
JNO. C. 1IASKEL, V. Rues.
E. W. ROBERTSON. Sec:. & Tkkas
\ Important Notice %
Ihe Union Warehouse: to Those who contemplate %
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Capacity, 30,000 Bales.
If you are interested write for
H. L. ELLIOTT,
THE bank of springfifld
SPRINGFIELD, S. C.
I Painting. 1
o , ?
? We -wish to close out our ?
? line of Paints and Oils and in #
% order to do so will make prices J
? on quantities far below actual J
? cost. Our line contains *
L. M. Mim:s, Pres. Jno. McB. Beak, V. P.
J. B. S.MlTKjOiishier.
Directors.?L. M. Minis, Jno. Melt. Bean,
.H. A. Otloin, J. i>. Fnlmer, J. \V. Jumper, Dr.
J. F. Hutto, W. P. Hutto, ?. C. Sulley, J. A.
Buriiacss transacted with promptness and
carefulness. Money t<> tend <>n appproved se
curity at reasonable rate. We have a famous
Maaganess Steel Safe, warranted and proved
to be burglar-proof. Interest allowed in sav
ings department at the rate of|l per eent., pay
able May and November. Accounts and cor
respondent s solicited.
Drs. Perreyclsaffi & Sifleo
Otlice in New Dibble Building.
We will attend all (rails in the
DR. ST FLEY', Specialist in Dental
Protliesis, Crown and Bridge
UNDERTA KEK- AND
PRACTICA h EM BALMS"R.
THKEK PINE HEARSKS If OK BOTH
CITY A N't' COUNTRY SERVICE.
Oran 2:<.jl>ury:, S. C
Mrs. Floride Lowman Hood,
Teacher oi Music, Art and Elocution.
Second lloor, Barton Building: line
equipment, lalesl met bods. Music
pupils taken Irotn ?*- years up. The
lam ?us Burrowes Musical Kindergar
l?-t: r\.?,!,(?::! is iiv.d for small children.
Now is your opportunity to ?
have yourjhouse painted cheap. *
J Our paint carries tho same ?
? guarantee as all guaranteed o
X brands. j!
I Hazard Reeves & Co I
I Orangeburg, S. C. |
The People's Bank.
Ora.ngel>tirg, @. 0?
Commenced Business March 15,1001.
F. A% AD DEN, I). O. HERBERT,
II. C. WAXNAMAKER, Cashier.
W. C. Crum, D. <). Herbert,
B. F. Muckonfiiss. A. M. Salley,
F. A. Edden, Abial Lathrop,
H. C. Wannamaker.
WE A RE ST1 LI G ROWI NG.
Deposits December 31,1902, $114,4l?0.00.
Deposits March 31, 1903, $1(14,071.00
We pay interest on deposits. We
give every accommodation consistent
with sound hanking. We want, your
account. Call on us or write.
Stiles R. Mellichamp,
Fire Irssiirance Agent
Represents only OLD and RELI
Also writes LIFE. ACCIDENT, and
HE VLT1I Insurance in the < >U> and
Travelers' Insurance Company.
Oftice Corner Amelia and l'itthan
Streets. 'Phono No. 7.
RING MR t'l'.
SuC Til CAROLINA
ill;' Ruildi IUI
i P. M.
ICES. S. Kl Sc iv
II- urs tt \. M. tfi :
Ladies in attendati
Cal' for "'Healt h !
Lost! Lost!! Lost!!!
You run no rU
in ((living rurmt lire
ONK SETTER PCPRY. WHITE
v% i i ii oruwii c.t i's and I down s|H)ts
j on left side. Answers to tin' name of
iI'' , 2 -I'iv! ?,???J**U^'- Reward will Ik- given if re
S unike Smo k & So * 1 turncd 10 t" >l ^?tklkk,
wannamakej, bmoak, \ t o. AJ yL (|)nlzjer\s store.
The Formula i
? (->l-> <<*?fc SWJ,
_..c:ne: a tbir. spirituous liquid, of c. r'.ccsznt 1
^?iu5d Extract PERUViAW BARK FhiM ".^xtrac
Fluid Extract. BLACK ROOT Flaid Extrac
Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARK Fluid Extrac
It Cures tlie Chilis that other Chill Tc
15e Best General Tome. No Cure, N<
DIED AND RETURNED TO LIFE.
Resurrected Man Tells of the Happi
The days of miracles are not passed,
according to those familiar with the
death and return to life of Ulysses S.
Roberts, a cigarmaker and musician.
He had been afflicted with consump
tion for nearly a year, savs a Jlarris
burg, 111., special tc the Philadelphia
Record. Two weeks age his condition
became worse, and a few days later
he called his wife and two children to
his bedside, and, kissing them good
bye, told tbera of the fast approach
ing end. In the presence of the fami
ly, bis pastor, Rev. A. S. Maxey, of
the First Methodist Episcopal Church,
of that city: Attorney 11. S. Marsh,
his family physician and a number of
relatives he died.
An undertaker was called. Twelve
hours bad eiapsed since the spirit
had left the body, when suddenly the
figure lying on the cot smiled and
opened its eyes. Mr. Roberts then
spoke and asked them how long he had
ueen gone, and when told, he said:
"That's strange; it seems to me I
have been gone 1,000 years. I have
been in heaven and 1 have been hap
He told of his meeting his father,
who had long preceded him and other
relatives and friends. Many questions
were asked by the pastor, Rev. A. S.
j Maxey, co cerning heaven and the
description given by him was won
"But," said he, "I have just seven
days to remain on earth when I will
leave you until we meet up yunder."
When asked by Rev. Maxey as to
how Jesus appeared he said he was
most always happy, except at times
when he beheld this earth steeped in
sin." Roberts expressed a desire to
return to heaven, and true to his pre
diction, on the seventh day, and at
the very hour named he again died.
How to Avoid a Had Husband.
A young lady should remember that
to be the wife of a bad husband is
worse than being an old maid. She
should be careful from the outset
whose attention she receives. Here
are commendable hints:
1. Fever marry for wealth. A wo
man's life consisteth not in the things
2. Never marry a fop, or one who
struts about dandy-like, in his silk
gloves a ' rullies, with sijvered cane,
and rings on his fingres. Beware!
there's a trap.
> 3. Never marry a niggard, a close
fisted, mean, sordid wretch, who saves
every penny, or spends it grudgingly.
Take care lest he stint you to death.
4. Never marry a stranger, or one
whose character is not known or test
ed. Some females jump right into the
fire, with their eyes wide open.
5. Never marry a mope or drone,
one who drawls and draggles through
life, one foot after another, and lets
things take their own course.
G. Never marry a man who treats
his mother or sister unkindly or indif
ferently. Such treatment is a sure in
dication of a mean and wicked man.
7. Never, on any account, marry a
gambler, a profane person, one who in
the least speaks lightly of God or re
ligion. Such a man can never make
a good husband.
8. Never marry a sloven, a man
who is negligent of his person or of
bis dress, and is filthy in his habits.
The external appearance is an index
to the heart.
. Shun ?be rake as a snake, a vi
per, a very demon.
Murdered at the Telephone.
At Louisville, Ky., W. B. H?cker
was shot dead Wednesday as he stood
at the telephone talking to his wife.
He was married three weeks ago. He
had called up his wife at his home,
about ten squares from his office. As
the shot rang out she heard his shriek
and then tho sound of his body as it
fell to the fioor, overturning a chair. I
Mrs. Ruckcr, running at full speed 1
through the streets in the busy part
of the day, reached the little oilice.
wherein lay her husband, almost as
soon as did occupants of the other i
otlices in the large building. The as- j
sassiu had stood on the pavement, bis
Office being on the tirst Moor and next!
to the street, and from that point had j
lireci the fatal bullet through a win-'
do'.v. It went straight to Rucker's!
heart. Two arrests have been made :
but the evidence is purely cireum-!
stantial. The suspects had quarrelled I
with Ruckcr, who was a real estate
agent, and had threatened him. Al
ter the shooting they were among the
first to cuter the room and enlist in
the search for the assassin, and the [
police considered the circumstances!
sulliciently incriminating to warrant'
the arrests. Kucker was 20 years of I
age and well regarded.
' tintl of Hilter Fiulit.
?"Two physicians had a long and
stubborn ligiil with an abeess on my
right lung," writes J. F. Hughes of
DiiPont.Ca., "and gave me up. Every
body thought my time had come As
ii last resort 1 tried Dr. King's-New!
Discovery for Consumpl ion. The lienc
Iii l received was striking and 1 was
on my feel in a few days. Now I've
entirely regained my health." i. con
quers all Coughs, ('olds, ami Throat
and Lung troubles, tluaraiilced i>\
Dr. J. Wannamakcr Mfg. Co. j
Price5Uc, and $1.00. Trial'ljot ties free
IIhyc Von Indigestion*.'
I f you ha ve Indig ist ion, Kodol I lys
pepsia t lure will cure you. 11 has I
cured thousands. Ii is curing people
every day every hour. Y<ni owe ii
lo yourself lo give ii a i rial. You
wilj continue lo suffer until you do
1 ry it. There is no ol her coinhhial ion :
of digesianls t hat digest and rebuild j
at the same time. Kodol does both.,
Kodol cures, strengthens and rebuilds. [
Sold by j
Wannamakcr. M lg.. < '<?.
Skak '& (S? C
it*er taste, made of
t POPLAR BARK
t PRICKLY ASH BARK
mlcs Don't Cure.
> Pav. Price. 50c.
FELL '/.HEEE STORIES.
The Awful Pate of Three-Year-Old
That was a terrible death poor lit
tle :i-year-olrl Cornell Bonneau, son of
Proprietor Bonneau of the Caldwell
hotel, met Tuesday afternoon while
laughing and playing in the joyous
ness and innocence of childhood with
his 5-vear-old brother. Campbell.
They were in their playroom on the
tUird iloor of the hotel on the Taylor
street side of the building. While the
two were playing at rolling over some
mattresses Cornell fell against the
sash. Several panes of glass gave away
and the little fellow fell three stories
to the cruelly unyielding flagstones on
tire pavement below. Of course the
child probably never suffered any pain
after that sickening thud with which
I his tender frame met the pavement,
but it must have been a horrible tran
sition from mirth to terror, merciful
ly swift though it was, as the little
fellow was' passing from that last jolly
summersault over the mattress
though the air to death below.
With a grip tightened by the ter
rors of death before his eyes, the lit
tle fellow carried two pillows down
with him, and to this is due the fact
that he was not instantly kill. These
shielded his body against the stones,
but his head struck over them ap
parently, and his skull was so badly
fractured that he died a short time
after reaching the hospital.
Mr. Itichards Manning of the South
ern Express company's officers nearby
saw the fall and picked the child up
and carried him to his mother and the
other members of the family. After
a brief consultation it was decided
to carry the patient to the Columbia
hospital, but he died before medical
aid could be administered, never hav
ing regained consciousness.
The body will be taken to the fam
ily's former home at Allendale Tues
day for interment. A short funeral
service will be held from the hatel
Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock, those
who go to Allendale leaving on the
noon train. Columbia State.
A Cure for Eczema.
My baby had Eczema so bad that its
head was a solid mass of scabs, and its
hair all came out. 1 tried many rem
edies but none seemed to do any
permanent good until 1 used DeWitt s
Witch Hazel Salve. The Eczema is
cured, the scabs are gone and the lit
tle one's scalp is perfectly clean and
healthy, and its hair is growing beauti
fully again. I cannot give too much
praise to DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve.
? Frank Farmer, Bluff City, Ky. In
buying Witch Hazel Salve look out for
counterfeits. DeWitt's is the original
and the only one containing pure
Witch Hazel. The name E. C. DeWitt
& Cr., is on every box. Sold by
Wannamaker Mfg Co.
A School of Matrimony.
Young men and women desiring to
enter the blessed state of matrimony
will soon be afforded an opportunity
to take a course of instruction and re
ceive a diploma showing that they are
in every wise eligible as husbands and
wives, says a Des Moines dispatch.
Such is the purport of a bill recently
introduced in the Iowa State legisla
ture by Representative Daniel, a phy
sician. The bill provides for the ap
pointment by the governor of a "state
director of marriage reform instruc
tion." His duties are to "formulate
a c nirse oi instruction for candidates
for matrimony" and furnish the same
to every reputable physician in the
state. The proposition is meeting
hearty indorsement, and, strange a.sit
may seem, physicians are foremost in
Puu? an lOnd to it All.
A grievous wail of times comes as
a result of unbearable pain from over
taxed organs. Dizziness. Backache.
Liver complaint and Constipation.
But i hanks to Dr. King's New Life
Pills they put an end to it all. They
are gentle but thorough. Try
only 25c. Guaranteed by Dr.
Wannamaker Mfg. Co.
Fourteen Lives Lost.
Fourteen employes of a celluloid
comb factory at the corner of the
Boulevard Sevastopol and the Rue
Etienne Marcel, Paris, lost their live.??
Saturday in a tire which was started
by an explosion of gas. 'About twen
ty other employes were injured.
"I find Thedford's Black-Draught
ftc'K'il medicine for lher disease.
It en red iry on after he had spent
ftOO with doctors. It tsall the med
icine I take."?MRS. <*AWOT.INB
MARTIN, Purkersbnrir. W. Vu.
If your liver does not act roa
ularly rm to your 'lru?irifit and
secures) pnckiise of Thwlford'a
Blaek-Dranolii and take a dose
tonight./ This great family
medicine frees the constipaled
IkjWoIs, tirs up the torpid liver
and causes a healthy secretion
Th .Iford's Black - Prnnpht
will eleanse the bowel.* of i n
(??irities an?i *:reiiethen the kid
neys. A torpid liver invites
colds, bilion-ness. chills and
fever and :dl manner of ?ii k
iiessandeotit;ii/inn. \\ < ik kid
neys result in BrightV
which ciai? ? as many
a- consumption. A
paekat'e Mf Thedford'
braii?l t dioulil always
in the house.
"I user! Thedford's Blark
Draughl leu-liver and k'dnev eom
j.lmiit- und f. und nr.: I. >'?? ? ?I
it."?WILLIAM CUiT.U?N, Mar
? 11* .1-1}
?. 'el Uli*
i I YE ME VOITK CONTRACTS
0 for Hay. Corn and < ?als
.Meat, Flour, tirist &c
2-17-1. Fit KD. F. POOSJS?
A lso ;
Good Implements form an important part of successful farm
ORANGEBURG FARMERS deserve and want the BEST
IMPLEMENTS MADE. We can and have demonstrated that
the Chattanooga Plows and Thomas Grain Drills are the best
Plows and Grain Drills to he had in America. We have so much
faith in the Chattanooga Plows that we have just received our
.first shipment of ONE SOLI D CARLOAD of
So sure are we of the pood qualities of the Thomas Grain jju
Drill that we ordered a solid car load of these drills and now
have them on hand for immediate delivery. tyj
Chattanooga Plows have center draft and sloping landslide
which makes it the lightest running Plow.
Beams and Points are fastened with two bolts, this means a
saving of points.
Plow share rests on standard and not on mold board, and con
sequently does not weaken the most expensive part of the Plow.
The Plow handles are bolted to standard instead of mold
board thereby making mold board less liable to break.
Plow handles are supported bv a 5-16 inch iron braces and not
by the usual I inch rod. The handles may be made high or low
to suit the height of the plowman.
All connections are made by patent bolt head, which will
neither allow a bolt to turn nor cause a casting to creak. Only
one size plow bolt is used in the Chattanooga Plows. They
All plows are uniform in shape, and given a superior polish.
All woodwork painted with red lead and vermillion giving a du
rable and beautiful finish.
Chattanooga Plows are not made by a trust, but are Plows
the farmers can t rust.
Thomas Grain Drills ....
Points of Superiority.
1. One oiling does for the season.
2. Tin: best and most, powerful speed device for changing fer
:\. Convex plate in Hopper keeps fert ilizer down and so in
sures an even flow.
4. Fert ilizer DROPS STRAIGHT DOWN to the seed bed
with the grain.
5. The flow of grain and fertilizer can be seen by the opera
tor at all t imes.
(i. A Fertilizer register which indicates both weight and
7. An adjustable drop hitch on a swivel.
8. The lids of all Grain Boxes open tight against the front
side. No seed wasted?no canvas to be tacked.
9. A conductor puts the seed in the bottom of the seed bed
where it is covered and not scattered and wasted.
10. A Scraper adjustable to any condition or kind of soil^or
11. No weight on horses' neck.
12. Works well in sod, turned under stubble, corn ground or
13. Each Drill equipped with accurate land measurer.
14. Easiest operated, simplest and most durable. Thorough
ly tested and hence guaranteed to do the work it is built for.
The Chattanooga Plows and Thomas Grain Drills stand for
all that is good, strong and serviceable.
Sold and Guaranteed by
J. W. SMOAK,
The Edisto Savings Bank, j
OF ORANGEBURO, S. C.
This Bank'has two departments, a Current and a Savings. \
1 nterest is allowed in the Savings Departmentat the rate of one
per cent per quarter, payable on the lirst days of January, r
April, July ana October Money saved is money made, and the w
way to save is to deposit your money in the Savings Depart- #
mcnt and draw interest. This Bank's absolute security is best d
at tested by its Capital Stock of $100,000.00 fully paid in. and its })
Surplus and Undivided Profits of $18,000.00 andby the charac- a
tcr and standing ofjits Officers and Board of Directors. a
B. H. MOSSrPres. J. W. L0WMAN, Vice Pres. <)
F. S. DIBBLE, Cashier. J. W. FAIREY, JR., Asst. Cashier, f
DlllKCTOKS. J. W. Lowman. M. O. Dantzler. B. II. Moss, W. $
G. Smit h, J. M. Oliver, A. L. Dukes, W. F. Faircy, Sol Kohn, r
> J. \V. Smoak. CP
> ' Accounts solicited customers assured every accomodation, ?
> coiisislent,wit h'sound banking. Money loaned on good security. <p
(trangeburg, S. O.
The oil ice of County Treasuier, at
j Court House will be opened to receive I
taxes for the year IINCI, from the 15t h |
dav of October to J 1st day of Decem
I her. 15M?. -
State tax.r> Mills! Indigestion Is often caused by otw*
lOrd.Co. tax. -: " 'eating. An eminent authority saysi
Special (!o. Lax. k
Road tax. 1
Special School I ax dis. No. 1. 2
Sp<- ia I school
Ro'ldl d I >ebt
the barm done thus exceeds that from
the excessive use of alcohol. Eat all
the good food you want but don't over
load the stomach. A weak stomach
may refuse to digest what you eat.
Then you need a good digestant liko
Kodol, which digests your food with
out the stomach's aid. This rest and
the wholesome tonics Kodol contains
Boon restore health. Diet ing unneces
sary. Kodol quickly relieves the feel
ing of fulness and bloating from
which some people suffer alter meals.
Absolutely cures indigestion.
Kodol Nature's Tonic.
Prepared only by E. C. DeWitt? Co.,Cblcfif5?,
Thoil. boiilccoQ.tu.lns>;? liuius ibeGuc. ma.
I tended debt
?? t.'i. j ?? j I am permanently located here to
?? 7s. ;? ?? practice Dentistry, lain prepared Lo
\. I?. F.\in, I do lirsf-class work ai a iea??'liable late.
Treasurer. ! DR. 1 L. KKEVES.
who has been established in
Orangeburg since 1S77 thanks
his many customers for their
liberal pntronge in the past,
and solicits their patronage :'
the future wlie-n in neet!
JE WE LR WA 7Y7/A..,
I 'LOGICS, SPBCTA CLES,
Repairing done in all brauen? s
and satisfaction guaranteed.
FOR SAT.K P.V -
C. W. PR ESC OTT.
SI.?O Per Tlitiiisnnd.
?For Sale l!v?
C. W. PRESCOTT.
must have a sufficient supply of
in order to develop into a crop.
No amount of Phosphoric
Acid or Nitrogen can compen
sate for a lack of potash in
grain and all
We shall be glad
lo send fn.-c to any
which contains valu
able in forma tion
about soil culture.
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
Xcw Vork?Kit Nu??un Street, or
Atlanta. Utu-t'i'A so- Broad St.
For next 30 Days
100 Wagons j
Come Quick j
and Get the Pick.
ST. MATTHEWS, S. C.
?Under New Management?
W. T. C. Bates.President.
J. S. Wannamaker.Cashier.
J. A. Banks, W. T. C. Bates,
F.... Buyek, J. E. Wannamaker,
M. Jareekey, J.S. Wannamaker,
Docs three times the business it did
two years ago. Now owns a famous ?
Manganese Steel Safe, Warranted
and Proven to ue Absolutely
Money to lcnd.at reasonable rates on
Business transacted with prompt
ness and carefulness. Accounts anH
Deposits allowed interest at the rate
of four per per cent per annum.
CAPITAL STOCK $30,000.
President, Vice President,
I. S. Harlev. W. L. Moseley.
Cashier, W. B. Thompson.
Board of i lirccors.
1. S. Harlcy, T. R. McCants,
I. W. Bowman, B. E. Riiey,
Isidore Bich, W. L. Moseley,
J.W.Sandel, | R. F. Way,
Bohl.. E. Wannamaker.
We announce with pleasure
lo our pal rons and the general
public that we have moved
into our New Banking Rooms
corner of Russell and Brough
ton Sis., where we are prepared
todoaGenend Ranking Busi
< >ur Bank is supplied wit h
Fire Proof Vaults and Burglar
and I''ire Proof Safe.
We ask you for your deposits
and will extend every aecom
dat ion consistent with correct
m ?twa French female
-Jj a i'iiit.i* ivik. forSurra??? M?*?TM'iTio?.
, NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL 'J :
?3 f.utlnn i.uu.i..i it Mmii*j it-tutu'.-.i. (mm prcpsM
0| r ".? Jl.'iO per tm. Will - u.t them on irlal.ta b? i ?i i r..r
?A ? ? -Ii r.-:i. v.. i. SAitifi ?. . '<???. If yourOatftgUldoas nut
-.1 UNITCO MCDICAL CO., not 14. LjNC??Tr?. Pa.
For sale by H. E. Reeves. ? Co.
Pecan Trees for Sale.
J HA YE A FEW HUNDRED
I very line Pacer SlIKLL PECAN
Trees for sale. These trees were
grown from seed raised in tins section
and are thoroughly adapted to tins
climate. Also seed nuts for sale. Ad.
dress. D. L. Evans,
I l-iM-Hmos.* Kllorer.S. C.
Specialist in diseases of the eye. car
nose and t-hroul and in
()RAN(iEt:i;):i;. S. C.
9 SECOND-HAND SQUARE P1A
O nos at ^50 each: worth three time
the price. Also !?"> second-hand Or
gans from $10.00 to $20.00. We need
room and t hey must he sold.
The M auch a xt Music Co.,
Orangeburg, S. C.
rrt ?R SA LE, 75 THOUSAND FEET
V Long Leaf Pine Lumber: building
sizes, all well seasoned.
j. L. Phillips, or
ll-ll-:im. aykus& Wii.lia.ms.
I) ERSIMMON, DOGWOOD, HICK
JL ory nd Holly Logs. Freight paid
>n carloads. James Cockshott,
lu-21-4m Charleston, S. O.