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TO DISTBIB?TB BACTE?l?.
Put in Soll Will Make Cotton and
Otber Plants Grow Better.
Tbe department of agriculture is
preparing to shortly send uic to the
farmers of the country many thous*
andsof nodule-forming bacteria. Tbey
'will b* sent in glass tubes, hfroietti
cally sealed, and are said to b. entire
ly harmless to man or beast. Tney
are to be used to help the growth of
the cotton plant.
The first method of distributing
practically pure cultures of nitrogen
?fixing bacteria dried od cotton has not
nrcvsd entirely satisfactory, owing to
vi^yirg conditions of air during, tran
sit *c the mails, and to certain mat
ters uiwcted with laboratory ttci
nlque. WbJie the number of unsuc
cessful attempts to secure inoculation
by users of cotton cultures sent "op the
department is small, it has been rec
cgnized the methods of preparing the
organizations and distributing them
were open to improvement. Iavesti
gatlons have been under way for some
time with a .view to improving the,
methods f Uowed, and as a result, tbe j
depa'tnent is now prepared tj send
out baoteriologlcally pure cultures in
small cub ji, hermetically sealed.
The experiments carried on by the
deparcment have demonstrated the
fact that by the proper care of practi- j
cally pure cultures the nodule forming
bactreia are actually carried into the j
soil. These bacteria are able to form |
root nodules, and where other condl
tfons are favorably the inoculation
thus brought about makes possible the
growth of a legume in soils where It j
had failed previously for lacs of bac
terla. The original cultures used,
however, must be prepared with the
utmost care and with a view towards ]
preserving or increasing their natural
power of nltrogem fixation rather than
merely to mafte them grow under fav
The bacteria are capable of making j
up for a deficiency of soil nitrogen and
the department wPl send full instruc
tions to any oips desiring to make the
experiment wijfch them.
it is the-belief of the department
that if the cotjton seed to be planted
are treated libirally to a test of the
treatment which is shortly to be sent
out, that mucm benefit wiil be deriv
ed by the soil ipto which the seed are
put, aDd const 4 jently, a better and
healthier crop Jf cotton.
K? GIS1E&TK SUSPENDED.
Governor H^j -wjard Acta in the .Barn
The lynching ill Birnwell county
last Friday has r esulted in tbe re
moval of Magistiate U'mer, who
looked after tbe in
negroes and. it is
uest ova the two
his duty in not reporting to the sher
iff the acc mnt of trie lyncbing.
Thursday afternomn Gov. Heyward
had a conference widh Sheriff Creech,
of B irnwell, on the] double lynching
of the two negroes! and the report
made by tbe sheriff la few days ago
The suspension of fblmer is on the |
ground of neglect of (fluty in failing to
proDerly prote the/*iwo negroes.
Ulmer claims tfrat juhe sheriff had
plenty of time to protect tbe v ctfms,
but tbe report of the sheriff does not
hear this out. T?re letter to tbe mag
is trite, whose suit pension holds good
until the legislature takes action on
the matter, is as follows:
S. E Ulmer, E q.,1 TJlmers. S. C.
Sir: I have read Sheriff Creeoh'sl
report, and also yoiir statement In tbe |
State newspaper, touching tbe ljnch
ing of Frank D: Lckoli and John D*
Loach in Barn well bounty on the 22d
lust. Being satbfii
been guilty of neglefctof duty as mag
istrate in falling to \take proper ?teps.
to secure the. safety
d that you have
of the said Frank
De Loach and Joba DeLoacb, who
had been arrested under your order j
and were in the custody of your con
stable, you are herebjy suspended from
the office of magistrate.
D. CJ Heyward,
Tn? DiaruKiiti Cute.
The latest news froin Paris, is, that
they have discovered i diamond cure
for consumption. Iff you fear con
sumption or pntumonia, It will, how
ever, be best fur you tojtake that great
remedy mentioned by w. T. McGee, of
Vanker, Tenn. "1 had a ctugb, for
fourteen years. Nothing helped me,
until I to: k Dr. King's! New Discov
ery for Cpnsu&pttoh,'. Coughs and
Colds, which gave instabt rtlbf, and
eff .cted a permanent cur.e." Un qua!
led quick cure, f< r Thront and -Lang
Troubles. At ary drug stort; yiio
50c and 81.00, guaranteed. Trial bot
Killed Father With Fist.
Defending his mother! 8gainst her
quarreleime bUfebaod Joseph Pollock
aged 22 ) ear/., of 138 West Cumber
land street, P^lltaelphia, stiu-jkhis
laiherlu tbe face Mourlay a blow,
wb.ci resulted in his dealh. Toe son
has oeen arresieo. cbargeo, wltn mur
der, and his mother heid as a witness.
Another bon, who is a la? preacher,
was absent Horn home conducting a
btni Her Duuoief
"I knew no one, for fdur weeks,
when I Wo8 sick with typhoid apo
kidney trtuble," writes Mrs. Annie
Hunter, of Pittsturg, Pa., ' and vshen
I got better, although 1 had one of
best docters I could get I was bent
double, and had to rest my hands on
my knees when I walked. From tblN
terrible affliction I was rejeued by
E ectrlc Bitttis, whicu restored my
health aLd strength, and noV' I cau
walk as straight as ever. They ar
simply woLoerful." Guaranieed to
cure stomach, liver and kiduev dls
oxdeis; at any drug store; price 5i)e.
: Inc-> ; orfcl N ? ?? -
the two|]oat; n
A dispatch from
Ya., sayi while
schooner Eami was c m,, g into Dar
ling's vVi.air, in Hampu.c Creek,
Wednesday, an explosion >r thr c i
line tank of the auxilia. i tie o
curred. Capt. A. T. Nutting' i m wr
instantly killed. Theexp sion wastf
such force as to tear a h !e thjut-grj
the vessel. The beat wa., owned at
Buckroe, and used for 05entering.
?In* WEATHIfi IS JaKUaKY.
Records of the Weather Bureau for
The followieg data, covering a pe
riod of 18 years, have been compiled
from the wea'.her bureau records at
Columbia. They are issued to show
f e conditions tviatf have prevailed
u ing January, for the above period
I oi years, but muht not be construed
as a forecast of the weather conditions
for the coming month.
Temperature: Mean or normal tern
peratur-, 46 degrefs. Toe warmest
moDth was that of 1894, with an av
erage cf 49 degrees. The coldest
month was hat of 1893-, with an av
erage cf 28 degrees. The highest
temprratur* was 78 degrees on Janu
ary 15th, 1898 Toe lowest tempera
ture was 19 degrees on Jinuary '28 ?h,
1897. Toe earliest dato on wuicb
first "Wtiptt? frost occurred in au
tumn,kOcoOber 19 :h, 1896. Average
date on which first "killing" frost, oc
curred in autumn, November 8ih.
Average date on which last "killing"
frost occurred in spring, Mirch 23rd.
The latest date on which last ''Kill
ing" frost occurred in spring, Aoril
17 to, 1905.
Precipitation (rain or meKed snow):
Average for the mcntb, 3 80 inches.
Average number of days with. 01 of
an inch or more, 11. The greatest
monthly precipitation was 7.63 inches
! in 1892 The least monthly preclpi
tatiot. was 1.07 inches in 1890. The
greatest amount of precipitation re
corded in any 24 consecutive hours
was 2 93 lncnes on January 18, 1892
The greatest amount of snowfall re
corded in any 24 consecutive hours
(reoord expending to winter of 1884
85 only) was 4 inches on January 18
Clouds and weather: Average
number of dear days, 11; partly
cloudy days, 8; cloudy days, 12.
Wind: Tne prevailing winds have
been from the northeast. The aver
age hourly velocity of the wind is 10
miles per bour. The highest velocity
of the wind was 38 miles from the
southwest on January 7, 19J3.
A Thcusnad Dollar? Worth of O.io-i
A. H. Thurne8, a well know coal
operator of Buffalo, O, writes.:
nave been s fil cted with kidney ana
bladder troume for years passing grav
el and stones with excruc ating pain.
I got no relief from med cine until
began taking Foley's Kidney Cure,
then tbe result was surprising. A
few doses started the brick duts like
line stones and now I have no pain
across my kidneys and I feel like
new man. Io has done me 8100o
worth of good." A.C. Dukes.
The Merchant's Trust compapy of
Memphis, Tenn., decided to go into
liquidation and the American savings
I Bank atd Trust company, cintroilid
by the Me'dant's c-mpany, closed
Its doera to avoid a run. Up toll
o'clock Wednesday morning t.ne insti
tutions made no statement. The
Merchants' oompaay has a paid-up
capital of 8500,000 and deDosits of
about 8600,000. The Amer cm Sav
ings B vnk and Trust company has a
paid up capital of 825,000 ana depos
its of fcbout 8625,000.
How to Avoid Paeumonla.
We bave never heard of a single in
stance of a cold resulting in pneumo
nia or other lung troubles wben, Fo
ley's Honey and Tar has been t?keD.
15 not onlv stops tbe cougb, but heals
and strengthens the lungs. Ask for
F ley's Honey and Tar and refuse
any suhstitutrs effered. Dr. C. J.
B shop of Agnew, Mioh., writes: "I
1.ave used Foley's Honey and Tar In
three v ry severe cas*3 of pneumonia
with good results in every case. Dr.
A. C. Dukes.
"Neglect* d olds make fat grave
yards," Dr. Wood's Norway Pine
Syrup helps men and wowen to a hap
?y. vlgf rus old age.
Cleanse! and beautifies the hslr.
l'rumotci a luxuriant growth.
Never Palls to Heatoro Gray
Hair to its Youthful Color.
Cur? ?calp diiraie* & hair fulling
SENT FREE to all
users of morphine,
elixir of opium, co
caine or wnisker, a
larRo book of par
ticulars on homooi
ment. Address, Dr
B. M. WOOLLEY
P. 0. Box 287,
A GENTS TO SOLICIT APPLI
xjl cation for Fire Insurance. Good
pay guaranteed. Address Lock Box
144, Spartanburg. S. C.
Notice To Creditor?
a LL.PERSOMS HOLDING claims I
1\ against tbe estate of the late
David J. Culclasure must present the*
same on or before Tuesday, t he ninth
day of January. 1900, duly proven, or
le debarred payment: and all persons
ndf bted to said estate must make pay
ment on or before the said date to
Glaze and Herbeit, Attorners, Orange
burg. S. C , or to the undersigned,
Dec. 5.1905. J. T- Culclasure,
St. Matthews, S. C. Administrator.
\rOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
x> that the County Board of Com rol
at their regular meeting at Orange
b rg, Thursday, February 8,190U, will
eli ct Dispensers for Branchville and
Livingston. Applications must be in
legal form. All applications must be
ti.fo with the Board twenty days be
fore the el ct ion. and 1 he parties elec- j
led must he prepared to give bond on
the .same day of Ltitir election. Prop
er blanks can be had by applying to
Mr. W. U. Albcrgotti. Clerk of Board, I
with stamped envelope.
II. C. Paullixo,
12 27 3 Cha'rman County Board.
iV J 'iitii?? t>r Or^itii l^or You.
To the head itf every family who is ambi
tious for the luture ;u : education of his clii I
dren, wc ave .i S] ? Proposition to make.
No article iu t ho home shows tie tvidence
ni culture Lhal does a t'himi c i > _.n.. No ac
complishment gives as n.u Ii pleasure or is < i
as greni vulw in after life as the knowledge
of music -.iici the abilitv t?> playwel1.
Our Small Payment Plan makes) he owner
ship ol 11 high grace Pianu er Organ easy.
Jus; 11 lew dollars down and a sin I! [mymem
each month or quarterly or semi-nnnualiy uad
the instrument is yours,
WntJ us today forCatalocucs and our Spec
ial Proposition ol Easy Payments.
Address J?alcne's W ufdc House,
Columbia, S. C.
THE ST. MATTHEWS
State and County Depository.
ST. MATTHEWS, S. C.
March 22r>d, 1905.
Lairing the pest fou- yevs cur business l as
experienced a wonde-iul g-owfi. Notwith
standir>g this favorable condition w-> are n't
disposed to lot tbis ?j owtb. stop. We theio
fore solicit jour business.
In nil its dealings tbis bank combinrs aVo
lute sjifttv w'th satisf ctory service, and
never Ids -s sight of chhe*.
Modov deposited with us will be pnfely
ca'ud fr*r, it will gradnaMv grow, it will af
wnys bo ready,and it will be free from urcer
Uiiuty Wo p:iy 4 pe- cent in eest on money
den sited in the Savings Department.
U'o re in a position to make a largo num
bbrof loans. The torn* tnd condition) upon
which o loan money are extremely favorable
to the borrower We bhill be glad to have a
ta k with any one who can oiler acceptable
W. T. C Bates.President.
J. S. Wannamaker. Cashier.
J. E. Wannamaker.Vice-Pres.
Leonidas Cain.Asst. Cashier.
J. A. Banks, W. T. C. Bates,
F. J. Buyck, J. E. Wannamaker,
M. Jareckey, J. S. Wannamaker,
H. A. Raysor.
LIGHT, MEDIUM AND HEAVY
FOR EVERY KIND OF WORK
ENGINES AND BOILERS
AND SIZES AND FOR EVERY
CLASS OF SERVICE.
ASK FOR OUR ESTIMATE BEFORE
PLACING YOUR ORDER.
Igibbes machinery company
COLUMBIA, s. c.
L. E. RILEY
Sells the Studbaker Wagon, the
woalds stannard. A tremendrous
stock of Buggies. Wagons. Har
ness, Robes, Whips and everything
in the buggy line now on hand.
Go to see Mm and you will get
prLes to satisfv.
If you have any repairing you
want clone carry it'to Riley's
where satisfaction Is guaranteed.
L. E. RILEY.
Drs. Perryclear & Sifley
Ollice in New Dibble Building.
We will attend lall calls in the
R. SIFLEY, Specialist in Dental
DProthesis, Crown . and Bridge
j. G. CAMPBELL, DENTIST,
Successor to Dr. L. C SLecut,
8.80 a. m. to lp.m.; 3 p. m. to 5 p.m.
Scoville Bldg.v Oranpeburg, S. C.
ALL PERSONS ARE HEREBY
forbidden to hunt, fish, Jet stock
run at large, or in any other way
tresDass upon mv lands in Orange
Township. Mus. G. C. Cullek,
12-27-4* Orangeburg, S. C
A SMALL BAY HORSE CAME TO
-fx my place in Ed ist o Township,
Lower Fork, on Christinas morning.
He had on a part of single harness.
The owner will please call, pa v expen
ses and get h:m. C. L. Metts.
12-27 2* Cope. S. C
Nonce of .Final Discharge.
VTOT1CE is" HEREBY GIVEN
jJi that on Wednesday the tenth
day ot Januaiy. l??ti. 1 will lile with
the Judge of Probate of Orangeburg
County my Final Account as Adminis
trator of the estate of David j. Cul
clasure, deceased, and will im mediate
thereupon apply for my Final Dis
charge as such adminisi rator.
Dec. 5,11)05. J. T. culclasure,
Nun'ce to Creditors.
PURSUANT TO AN ORDER OF
JL the Court, of Common Picas for
Orangeburg, County in the case of Ada
line Finch, etc., et ah, against Sophe
nia Joiner, all creditors of Katie
Joiner,deceased, are required to prove
their demands before me at Orange
burg Court House, on or before Janu
ary 4,190(5, or be debarred payment.
Rout. E. Copes,
Judge of Probale, as
Nou'ce to Creditors.
Pursuant to an order of the Court of
Common Pleas for the County-of I
Orangeburg, S. C., made in the case
of YV. Beaurtgard Ilarley agamst Lila
BelleHarley, et a!, all creditors of
Gi-orgiatina Harley, deceased, are re
quired to prove their respective de
i and before me, at the Court House
in sai' County, on or before Januaiy
11.1906, or i)e debarred payment.
Dec 2u. 10(15 Rout. B. Coi'es,
Judge of Probate, as Special Referee.
Notice to Creditors.
Pursuant to an oidcr of the Court of I
< 'orr M!' "I !'!<-''> !'>r !!'?? '.VViP'y of
i >rangeburg. S. C., made in the case of
Mary Ann Phillips, cl a l.,againsi Cor
nelia Williams, el a1., all ?reditorsl
iigainsl the estate of Jl. D. Wiiliains,
deceased, arc required to prove their
respect i\e demands before me, at the
Ct?url House, in said coun y, on or be
I'dre January 12, 1906, or be debarred
Dec 2i, 190"). Roht. E. Copes,
J udge of Probate as i-peeial Referee.
Christy's Studies beau
tiful work, $2.00
Fxost's Hunting Pic
F!agg's Lovely Heads,
Oval Frames, 82 50
Chandler's Landscape . '
Exquisite Scenes, beau
tiful Gold Frames, 81.75
Pretty Oval Fram?d
Pictures, rich and
rare, 25c, 50c
Handsome Gilt Framed
pictures very pretty 35, 75c
Imported White Kid
Children's Hand Bags
assorted Leathers, 25c
Morocco and Bussian
Vanity Bags, 75o
Art| Leather Bags with
dainty watch and loi
let outfit?a beauti
ful novelty 87 50
Bich Silk Opera Bags,
all colors, 81.00
DaintyfcF Iding Boxes,
t.Hol!y Decoration, cute 2cc
and Violet Boxes, 25c
Gibson Studies; and,
i Christy Hendf, Linen
v Lawn Paper, 50c
Handscme Cabinets of
i Linen Lawn Paper, 75c, 1.50
[Art Loom Tapestry.
Eich Oriental Table
> _ Covers, 83.00
Fine mercerized silk cov
ers large size, 81.75
Oriental Couch Covers, $3.00
Bagdad Stripe Couch
Covers, 81 50
9x12 Art Squares, 822 00
SjrlC* nandsome, 813.50
Beautiful B;xes of fine
Embroidered Hdkfs., 81 50
Handsome Men's lni
tial Linen, 25c
Lovely Men's Silk Ini
tial, large s!z9, 50c
Exquisite Ducbess Lace
Linen Hdkfs.. 75c
Magnificent Line Em
broidered Hdkfs., 10c, 25c
5000 Children's Hdkfs.,
in pretty boxes, asst..
Pretty knit capei haw^
50c to 81.50
Irr ported Bohemian
Jewel Caskets, 81 to 83 00
Bose Gold Framed
French Mirrors, $1 to 85
Handsome Gold Picture
Frames, 75o to 81.75
Exquisite Gold Candela
brum, 50c to 15
J pnneee Card and Bill
Book?new. 75c to 81.75
Pretty Children fur Fets
81 to 84 50
Warm Fur Scarfs and
Muffs, 81'25 to 815
Ladles' and Children's
Kid Glovts, 75c and 81
Stylish Tailored Suits
and Cloaks, 810 to 815
MagniCcmt line ladies' and
Men's Neckwear, 25: to 81;
A.1 V> AS. tl hJ JM A A i AJ \J A A frv ua ?
The Prosperous Year
is now at its closp. It Las "been full of pleasure and w oes, not alike to all?it rever is. May we not
wish for you, a Happy New Year in
We are very grateful for your past patronape. Can't we kek for you to continue with us during
the coming year. Some good suprises are in keeping for you during the early part of the new year.
There will be the
Great White Goods and Embroidery Sale
to be put on ere long. Tbe largest and by far the best assortment ever shown in Orangeburg. It
will pay you to keep this fact in mind.
This will be our last chance to make cuts in 1905 in new, pretty and up-to-date line of Millinery, Dry
Goods and Fancy Novelties. We have done all in our power to give the people of Orangeburg the greatest
value and best bargains for less money than they ever had before. /
The trade has appreciated our efforts in trying to help them to get the be-t bargairs for les3 money by
their pal ronage this season. The few Cloaks, Jackets and Skirts we have Mt and decid-d not to carry over,
w will make a greater sacrifice than ever before. These goods must go,regardless of qualitv, value or cost.
Our sales for 1905 far exceeded any devious year's business in the history of the Arm, aud by carrying such
a magnificent stock combined with liberal treatment and honesG prices we hope to merit a continuance of
your esteemed trade We live up tn our Motto. No matter what prices are quoted von we are always lowerl
Our Greatest Cut Price List For 1905.
All our SI and 1.25 skirts at.?.50
AH our 84 skirts at. 2 00
All our $5 skirts at. 2 .fi0
All our $12 jacket* at..s 8 00
All our $10 jackets at. 7 00
All our gSjackqts at. 5 00
All our $5 jackets at.2 50
All our 01.25 Extra Size Spreads. 98
All our 25c and 35c Towels.8 19
35c 40c and 9?c Beits, choice at....:. i 24
Good Linen Hankerohiefs, at. 5
i, Extra good quality Han kerchiefs at. 2?
All o t 25 cent and 35 cent Pillow Tops,
choice at. 19
Boys School Caps worth 50c, choice at. 19
A few sleeping Dolls left, $1 at.:. 50
Tn o-r M Plnprv p?nftT+.*n?nti w rff?r in rhis n.n 85-3.81.00 and 81.25 HxtA at.. . sac.
John C. Pike, Jr.
Successor to Mrs. Angie C. Wilson.
ORA&GEBURG, S. C.
The entire Stock o
Sale For T
at and below cos
200 Ladies jackets,
75 Ladies and Misses Tailor
A large lot Waists.
lf>()0 pairs Shees,
Tlvo hundred Boys Knee Suits.
Fovr hundred pairs Men Pants,
A full assortment of Men and
and ninny ;tn article tili
Summ ir.s For Re:h f.
The State of South Carolina, County
of Orangcburg' Court of Common
Laura A. Myers, and Emma J. How
man, Plaintiffs, against Josephine C
Myers, Celest ine E. Myers, Edwardina
Holmes, Gertrude Myers, Sarah Myers
and .John It. Myers. Defendants Sum
mons For Relief. (Complaint Not Ser
To The Defendants above named i
vou art- hereby summoned and requir j
ed to answer the complaint in this
action, which is tiled in theotlice of |
he Clerk of the Court of Common
Pleas for the said County, and to serve |
a copy of your answ< r to the sa.d com
plaint on the subscribers at their of
fice ?rang< burg, s. c within twenty
days alter tbe service "hereof, exclusive
of the day of such service: and if you
fail to arswerthe complaint within j
the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this
action will apply to the Court for the
relief demanded ill the complaint.
To the defendants, John II. Myers
and oirstine '?). Myers, non-residents
of this Slate:
Please take notice that the com
plaint in this ac! ion i?>^r?-1 her with I he
summonsof widen the foregoing is a
copy is Iii-d in the olllceof t he Clerk
of the Courl of Common Pleas for Or
aiigehuty County in said Siaie.
Dated N< vemher.24th, 1905.
[l. s.] G. L Salley. C. C. C. P.
Bavsou & StraDIERS,
ll-2'J-?t Plaintiffs Attorneys
Oat Of Business. ,
f Goods will be oq
hirty Days }<
t. No humbug.
10 Silk Shirt Waist Suits,
25 Children's Cloaks.
Large lot Underwear,
Nice Line Overcoats,
One hundred anr fifty Mens Suits,
A Ii i ne lot of
lit we cannot enumerate.
E THE RUSH.
Saving the natural teeth, care of
children's teeth, crown and bridge
work, (teetn without plates,) are some
of my specialties. Otlice over George
I >LA NT A TI ON CONTAINING 3">0
X acres, Situate on R. B., 5 miles
from Orangeburg. Nice two story
building and out buildings. 5 tenant
houses. Terms easy. Adress
P. 0. Box 321.
State of South Carolina, County of
Orangeburg. By Robt. E. Copes,
j Esquire, Probate Judge.
Whereas, Lucius A. Nell, hath made
suit to me, to grant him Letters of
(Administration of the Estate of and
I effects of Nathan E. McDonald, de
! Thtse are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and Creditors, of the said ''/eraser!,
i that they he and appear before me, in
the Court of Probate, to be held at
Orangeburg C II.. on January I,
l'KMi, ncxl after publication thereof,ai
II o'clock in liie forenoon, to show
cause, If any tho> have why the said
Administrai ion >h mid not. be granted.
Given under my Hand, this 20thday
of December, Anno Domini liiu?.
12 27 Root, is Coi'.ss,
[L. s.] Judge of Probate.
St. Matthews. S C.
The growth of St. Matthews within
the past year has been remarkable.
More than one hundred thousand dol
lars has been spent, or Is being spent
for municipal and private improve
ments. ? Real estate is now selling for
live times as much as it soid for a year
ago, and has only started up. It is a
safe and valuable investment, money
cou.'d not be invested so that it w uld
be safer and bring as large a profiit as
it will if invested in real estate here.
If you wish to get in on the ground
floor come to see me at once.
Valuable real estate for sale within
the corporate limits of St. Matthews,
Money invested in real estate in St.
Matthews will prove not only a safe
investment but will double itself in
value within the few years.
F r sale following property located
on main business street of St. Mat
thews. Property known as the Philip
Rich property, on which there is
located three stores, dwelling, ware
house and other out buildings. This
property also contains valuable lots
for business and residential purposes.
Price very low as must make prompt
sale.: Also for sale other valuable and
desirable real estate for residential
and business purposes. Also for sale
a desirable and comfortable dwelling
most conveniently located. For sale,
two valuable farms within a few miles
of St. Matthews. Aoply to
J. .Skottowb Wannamakek,
12-20-3mos. St. Matthews. "
For Rtnt. Jan. 1 1906.
rpHB TWO STORY DWELLING,
JL with large garden and outhouse,
coiner Doyle aud Wiles Streets, opro
sit- Mr. E". N. Scovill's residence. Ap
ply to Geo. H. CoBNELSON. -
TENDINGS & SMOAK ARE
t) large dealers in all kinds of Ferti
lizers but makes a specialty of Ni
trate of Soda, Tankage Kan it, and
Muriate ol Potash. Call and sec them
at their office [Old Alliance Ware
Cabbage Pianis tor Sde.
T HAVE A LARGE QUANTITY
JL of Cabbage P'ants of the Charles
ton Wakelieids and Early Drumhead
varieties. For prices and other infor
mation apply to
Rev. E. D. Dantzleb,
12-20-4* Holly Hill. S. C
T TM>ER AND BY VIRTUE OF
I, an order of the ? rebate Court, we
will Sell, at public .auction, for ca>h,
on the 4t.ii day of January, 1906, at the
late ;e.-?klence of Joseph P. Fersner,
de eased, the remaining persmal pro
perty Pelonging to his estate, consist
ing ot.co-.vs, mules, horses and provis
ions. Sale will commence at eleven
o'clock A. M.
J. J. Faikey,
Jons F. Ricken baker,
12-27-2 , Administrators.