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WHY NOT TRY
Our Drug Store Goods
; team what you have been
Loosing by Trading Elsewhere.
A. Calhorn DoyleS Co.
The Largest and Most Complete Es
6eo. S.1 Hacker & Sod
Doors, Sash. Blinds, Mouldingsiand
Sash, Weights,: Cord. Hardware .anc
v Hardware & Ready-Mixed Paint.
( Charleston. S C.
(Successor to Jno. A. Hamilton
Sr. and Jr. whose Insurance
Books we have.)
WE represent Fourteen (14; of the
Largest Fire Ins. Go's, in the United
} We take Fire, Tornado and Plate
Glass risks at the lowest possible cost
to the assurreq,
Give us your business and if we
please you, tell your friends, if we dc
not please you, tell us. .
Office, second story Louis Building.
Southwest Corner Russell and Market
stieets, Orangeburg, S. C.
Phone No. 63. Ask Central to ring
SOME THINfi NEW *
Charms for Ladies
and Gold Chains.
Something New in Neck
laces?the latest thing out.
Some very beautiful Set
Bings for Ladies
at most reasonable prices.
Watches and Clocks!
repaired in first-class manner
arjp at reasonable rate. Why
not patronize an old Confeder
ate soldier? Why not patron
ize an old man that will save
you money? W by not patron
ize a man that will give satis
faction. Satisfaction guaran
teed or money refunded.
Russell street, Orangeburg,
S. C., Parler's old stand, oppo
site Times and" Democrat.
For Administrator, Guardians,
Trustees, Receivers, Dispensers, Cash
ier Attachment, or any other position
of trust executed without delay in
the NATIONAL SURETY COM
PANY. Don't ask your friend to
sign your BOND?let us write it for J
YOU. Rates reasonable
Wolfe & Berry,
Phone 155?A . ATTORNEYS.
Office Second story Edisto Building,
Orangeburg, S. C.
Office hours 8 a. m. 6 *p. m.
Physicians and Surgeons,
City and County Calls Accepte
Lowman Drug Company,
Orangeburg, S. C.
? SURGEON DENTIST.
Saving the natural teeth, care of
children's teeth, crown and bridge
work, (teeth without plates,) are some
of my specialties. Office over George
PLANTATION CONTAINING 350
acres, Situate on R. R., 5 miles
from Orangeburg. Nice two story
building and out buildings. 5 tenant
houses. Terms easy. Adress
P. O. Box 321.
Cabbage Plants tor Sale.
THAVE A LARGE QUANTITY
J. of Cabbage P'ants of the Charles
ton Waketields and Early Drumhead
varieties. For prices and other infor
mation applv to
Rev. E. D. Dantzlek,
12-20-4* Holly Hill, S. C
When you wish a Thresher remem
ber Jy W. Smoak sells the best. j
Terrible Sore on Ankle Caused
? Awful Suffering?Could Not Sleep
nor Rest?Physician Said Leg
Would Have to Be Amputated.
CURED BY CUTICURA
IN SIX WEEKS
? I had a terrible sore on my ankle
and had not walked any for eleven
months. I tried nearly everything
without any benefit and had a doctor,
but he didn't seem to do any good. He
said I would have to have my leg
taken off, and that I would never walk
again. I suffered awful, and at night
I could not sleep at all. I thought
there was no rest for me, but as socn
ad I began to use Cuticura Soap and
Ointment it commenced healing nicely.
I bathed the ankle with warm water
and Cuticura Soap and then applied
Cuticura Ointment to the affected
part, and laid a cloth over the sore
to hold it in place. After two weeks
I could walk around in my room real
good, and in six weeks! time my ankle
was entirely cured and I was walking
around out of doors. I am eroding
perfect health and have gone to work
and feel as well as I ever did in*my life,
so I know that the Cuticura Remedies
are the best in the worldT
" Cuticura was recommended to me
by a lady who had used it when her
baby.'s head was so full of sores he could
-jaot lie down. She had to- set him up
in her arms to sleep, (signed) Mrs.
Mary Dickerson, Louisa, C. H. Va., April
Consisting of Cuticura Soap
Ointment and Pills
May now be hnd for one dollar. A single
set is often sufficient to cure the most
torturing, disfiguring, itching, burning,
and scaly humors, eczemas, rashes, and
irritations, with loss of hair, from in
fancy to age, when all other remedies
and even the best physicians fail.
Cuticura Soap, Ointment, and Pill?, arc nolil thrnuchnnt
the world. Potter DfM* Chem. Corp., lionlon. Sole Prop*,
n?- .Mailed 1'rcc, " Skin and Blood Purification."
Not cheap insurance, but
insurance that insures you
a?ainst all loss by fire or
I do not represent small rautuala
with no ctpithl, who have to assess
the policy holders to-cover each
lor?, but ten of the oldest' a-d
strongest companies doing busi
ness, worth mor; tban ?100,000,000
and who have paid more than$l,
000,000,000 in losses.
Country dwellings, bar 8 and
outbuildings, together with their
contents all writ'en,'and I h?ve
satisQed customers in every sec
tion of the county.
Improved gins insured and also
cotton on plantations.
Office with Western Union
Telegraph Co.T next door to
Dr. J. G. Wannaraaker Mfg.
Co., where you will find me
from 8 a. m. to 8 p. m.
Office Telephone 21,
W. K. SEASE.
? TO C.R FRIENDS |
2 In Orangeburg; and Joining Counties
Wo wont to say that we will be
In the HORSE and MULE busi
ness this winter for all we are
worth. Also want to call your at
tention to the fact that more than
ever will we be in the BUGGY
and WAGON business. We have
greatly enlarged this branch of
our business, and have opened a
buggy house on Russell Street
next to the old Postofiice building.
Here yon will find the celebrated
OLD HICKORY and TENNES
SEE WAGONS. A full line of
Two and Ono-Horse Wagons
When it comes to a display of
Buggies and Carriages, it will be
full and comp'ete. All the latest
ntyles of rubber t'ro goods, both
ball and roller bearings. We han
dle the famous BABCOCK and
TYSON and JONES high grade
buggies. We will also hmdle
medium and lower grades that will
represent full value for prices
asked. You will also And a full
and complete line of Harnes?, T.ap
Robes. Umbrellas, Whips, Saddles,
etc. If you will kindly call to see
as and look at our goods, we are
sure we can suit you and save you
THE BANK OF SPRINGFIFL'D
SPRINGFIELD, S. C.
L. M. JIims, Pros, Jno. McB. Bean. V. P.
J. B. Smith, Cashier.
Began Business Aus. 3,11)03.
Paid up Capital $20,000.00.
Directors.?L. M. Mima, Jno. McB. Bean
H. A. Odom, L. B. Fulmer J \V. Jumper, T.
L. Gleaton, W. P. Hutto, o. C. Salley, J. A,
We are just entering our third year's w-rk,
with everything moving along satisfactory.
Tne bubinesa of this bank is oondunted on
sound and conservative principles, with am
ple resources, courtorous treatment, superior
service. We invito you to come and see u=,
with a view to business.
Our savings department is still growing
Put Your Surplus where it will bp secure
three: fine hearses jto otb
city and country serviob.
Of the South Carolina [Branch
of the Cotton Association.
HELD ON WEDNESDAY.
All the Old Officers Were Selected.
Resolutions Concerning the Acre
age ai d Holding' Cotton Were
Accepted. To Put Ware
house Advocate in
TheCuumb'.a Sftte says sccfT-rs
may laugh and jeer at the great move
ment for the elevation of the price of
cotton as intended by the Southern
Cotton association and the suboivis
ions in the various Statt?,, but if thes?
3neers could have been present Wed
nesday at the convention of the South
Carolina men wno are back of the
eraat agitation, their ideas would
have been altered. They were not
faiatics, these men, not freczied by
pa -erty into fabulous day dreams and
visions of untold luxury. They were
representative, intelligent and sub
stantial, and working steadily and
toward.a clear solution of their plan.
The determination and vigor with
which these delegates approached the
is mB were remarkable. Tnere were
over 120 present from every portion
of the State and ei c i displayed a
lively interest In the proceedings.
Tnree sessions of the convention
were held, but the delegates ie>ponded
to all, even in the faee of the horrible
weather, and despite the fact that so
many wished to he at their homes.
At night the numbers were slightly
Perhaps the most important thing
dme by the convention was the dec!
sion to appoint a warehouse promoter.
Although it was at first thougnt a
good thing to have a committee of
several leading spirits, it was after
wards decided that these ecu d cot
iO the efficient work of one enthusias
tic man. The promoter will go Into
jvery county in the State and urge
ihe farmers to er c". warehouses.
AU cf the officers were unanimously
reel cted. In c mnection with these,
Mr. E D. Smith, the president, was
elected a national committeemm by
acclamation. The trust imposed in
Mr. Snlthby the State association
was manifest throughout the con
vention. The other delegate elected
#as Mr. Mclver Williamson of Dar
D legates were elected to the con
vention of the Southern association in
New Orleans nexo week and an ex;cu
tive committee was appointed. ' It
was also determined to ask a bale tax
of 10 cents i"* each county, the vari
ous counties to formulate their own
plans of receiving these contributions.
Ruh c Ion of acreage where not re
duoea last year and the holding of the
cotton were two points dwelt upon
throughout the meetings with enthu
After his re-election Mr. Smith
made an excellent speech, wnic i was
?net with frequent and interrupting
Applause and toe natural magnetism
of the speaker held bi> hearers intent.
"When Mr. Suith had finished
speaking, tne names of the delegates
were taken as follow: :
Abbevilie?R A. Coeatham, A. F.
Dlinkscales, S. A. Allen.
Aiken?W. W. Wolsey, E. D. La
mar, Geo* Landrum, Carey Lamar, D.
Anderson?J. B. Douthltt. B.
Bamberg?J'no. W. Crum, W. C.
Dave, H. C. McMillan.
Barn well?L. W. Youmans, W. T.
Walker, W. J. Jones, G. E. Brandt,
3. E. Hair.
Cherokee?F. A. Goforth.
Chester?S. T. McKeown, T. J.
Cunningham, W. H. Hardin, J. B.
vVylie. P. L. Harden.
Chesterfield?J. T. Hurst.
Clarendon?C. D. Hodges, 0. C.
Scarborough, J. D Rutledire, R, A.
Sublett, Louis Appeit, W. D. Gamble,
A. E. Smith: S. W. H^vnsworth.
Coileton?P. M. Vann, W. C.
Brandt, W. B. Gruber.
Darlington?E, M. Williamson, W.
E J.mes, 0 D. Lee. J. T. Rogers,
E. M. R* igers.
Fiorenc ?T. W. Williamson, T. B.
McBryde, N. C Commander, Walter
Grpgg, H. W. Floyd.
Greenville?H.. B. Tlndal, R M.
Cleveland, J. W. Kendrlcss, J. S
Pedeu, B. W. Woodward.
Greenwood?W, I. Moore, G. M.
Ktnard, W. L Anderson, J. N. Lips
cortb, J D Williams.
Horay?D. A. Splvp.v.
Kersh-w?B H. Boykin, G. W.
Mjseley. B. N. Bjthune, J. M. Jones,
W. O McDonald, N. Kelly, A. H.
LaL caster?T J. Strait, C. L. Mc
Manus, W. McD. Brown, Dallas O
Potts, Geo. W. Jones.
Liurens?W. C. Irby, T. Mc. R>
per, J. H. Whartro.
L?e?John J Shaw, T. J. Bell, J.
W. English, Dr. N. Y. Alford, S. W.
Marion- Dr. Wade Stackhouse, R,
P. Hamer, Jr., R J. Blackwell.
Marlboro?R M. Pagues, Chas.
Orosland, T. S. Evans, W. A. R igers,
F. P. B. P.gues.
Newberry?R T C. Hunter, G Q.
Hunter, W. K. Sugh, Allen Johnson.
Ooonee?J. P. Stnbllng.
Orangeburg?J. E. Wannamaker,
J. K. Hane, F. B. Bates, L. A. C?
srn, B. F. Keller, N. N. Hayden, G.
L Salley, O. H. Wienges, J. F. Fel
Salu3a?B. W. Crouch, W. F,
Whittle, L B. Blease.
Spartanburp?T. J. Moore, E. L.
Arcne;-, J. H.Gosnell, H. A. Wingo,
L. G. Miller.
Sumter?A. B. S!;uck?v, A, K.
Sanders, J. A. Woodby, R. I. Man
Union- P. M. Farr, R. G. Hill, D.
Williani^burg?w. I. Bryan.
York?C. E Spencer, W. B Wi'
"nn, E. Gordon, J. F Ashe, W. S.
The report o' the executive com
miuee wr?s read and adopted as fol
"Tae executive committed of the
Soutuern Cotton assooiation, South
Carolina division met in tb? offij-j of
the association, Jan. 2ad, 2 936 Pres
?nt were: M^srs. Cleveland, Pegues,
Farr aDd Singleton.
"Tue president appointed Dr. Wade
Stackhouie ?'?o ' vaianey cius3d by
lh^ death rf k . a. C. L les.
1 The committee examined the bonk
and accounts of the treasurer and
c iecked cff the f?ame. They find that
this d vision i f the association has
received from all sources 37 636 32,'
and has paid out to the natiouai assn
elation 82 300,- expenses 82;343 69
iR'jixffw 81 984 33,making a total of
86 5.27.02?lerving a balance oi hand
to tne credit of the association cf
'R solved, That salaries cf the
offl lers i f this assooiation be tenderer!
them as directed by this c mmittee
at itj first meeting, that is to sav:
President, 81.000; secretary, 8600
treasurer, 8600 per annuoa.
"Tne committee das!re to etil the
attention of the association to the
work see impllshed by the officers of
toi asst. ciation, the president, the vice
presides, the secretary and the treas
urer, to whom is due In a ureas meas
ure the success of the movement, and
*e take pleasure in expending eben?
our warmest thanks.
"All ojf wh ci is respectfully sub
"R. Mays Cleveland.
"P. M Faru.
"R. M. fEOUES,
"Wajdb Stackhouse "
Treasurer Hyatt reported collec
tlons as follows:
Abbeville. 8 50 00
Alken. 144 25
Bamberg. 1 '5 65
Berkeley. j 16 uu
Charleston. 25 0u
Cherokee. 134 13
Chester. 52 95
Chesterfield. 391 36
Clarendon. 221 68
Collator. b? 11
Darllnpton. 600 00
Edgefield*. 5 15
Florence. 453 00
Georgetown. 100 00
Greenville. 417 00
Greenwood. 225 00.
Lancaster. 29 35
Lauren3.J. 2:7 0u
Lee. 25. CO
Marlon. 318 uu
Marlboro;.#.. 1,159 55
Ne ?bfrry. 105 92
Oconee. 14 25
Orangeburg. 1,118 86
Pickens.'. 5 j 0u
Rlciland. 799 90
Saluda . 139 91
Spartanburg. 577 43
Sumter. 232 77
Uulon. 3o0 00
Willlamsbu rg. 33 65
York. 34). uu
From other sources. 1,06767
Mr. F. H. Wesoon, tne secretary of
the association, announced that he
wished to contribute to the assocla
tion the salary of 8600, whloh the as
relation bad exoected to pay him.
Mr. R I. Manning made a ringing
speecn, in wnich he u'ged that Mr.
Watson having worked hard and faitn
fully, should accept tne money, even
if only as a token of esteem. 0:ner
speeches were made in support of cbir.
motion and a vote was taken, bdng
unanimous In favor of the motlou.
The eld effljers were re-elected for
theensulr g ytar as follows: President,
E D. Smitb of Smith; vloe president,
H. B Tlndal of Greenville; secretary,
F. H. Weston of Rlchland; treasurer,
F H. Hyaut cf Ricaland.
After some discussion it was decid
ed to appoint one member from each
county. The chairman appointed one
delegate from each of these and th?
convention adj mrned for dinner at 2
o'clock while the big ommittee or
over 30 members met in the interim
to formulate plans for a warehou&e
At the afternoon session various
resolutions were handed in and turned
over to the committee on resolutions,
which with the other committee re
tired to consult. O l motion of Mr.
Mclver Williamson a committee cf
five was appointed by the cnair to
confer as to salaneB.
The warehouses committee recom
mended that a warehouse committee
consisting of seven men, one from each
congressional district, b; appointed,
the chairman to be the secretary of
the State association, who should also
represent his district. This commit
tee was to co operate with county
committees of not less than tnree
members, who should be appointed by
the various county presidents.
After much discussion Col. L. W.
Yjumans brought thi matter to a
uead by mcviog 'that the executive
committee instead of a wareuouse
committee appoint the warehouse
apent and pay him such salary as they
see fit aod t?at the County ommit
tees of not less than three be appoint
ed by the county presidents to cooper
ate with this agent. Tals was adopt
Tne committee on resolution then
reported and a resolution that acreage
be reduced 25 per cent, except wnere
it nad been done In 19J5 and where
there was only one mule, to ten acres
was adopted. Tne word "plow" was
substituted for the "mule" without
discussion. Another resolution adopt
ed was tnat tne county secretaries re
port to the Columbia cilice the result
of the county elections, especially that
of the delegate) to the S:atc associa
tion. Still another resolution adopted
endorsed the Southern Cotton associ
ation, urged closer bond between grow
er and spinner, between farmer ana
banker and urged the representatives
and senators In conpress to use means
to make foreign markets favorable to
American and Southern products. An
other clause advocated diversification
of products and the raising of home
A resolution was recommended pro
viding for a bale tax levy for the sup
port of the State, county and South*
em acsoclation, one third to go to
etch. After some discussion a resolu
<"ion providing for a 10 cent tax with
each county to f emulate the plan
was passf d T )e words of the resolu
tion do r ot mike the tax obligatory
bun only "ask" for it
A rather radical reso^tion was
ad^oNed in r^ard to Calnese labor.
T is reads:
" Whereas, our CMneee immigration
lavs have been apta-ently formed un
d^r the pressure of hbor unions, rein
forced by race prejudice, and
?' Whereas, it is high time for our
commercial interests, reinforced by
the Am ?'Hem c m tierce, to take a
band in form'ng tbete i*ws and
'.'Wnoreas, the Glinese excusion
ict is not only in violation of their
treaty rights, but Its application is
carried on in such harsh and unjust
manner as to cau&e that amiable,
peace-loving" and friendly race to rise
in resentment, as witness the boycott
of American wares
'"Resolved, That our senators and
representatives in congress be urged
to itake tnis matter prompt? and vJg
orously in band to the end that justice
mav be done and our commeicsl in
terests protected "
The n< xt business in order was the
election of tw> national commits
men. Messrs E D. Smitu and Mc
[v*r W'lllams were elected.
The first business at the night Fes
slon was the piecti^n of delegates at
'arge to the N -w 0 leans convention
next week. Eight were nominated
instead of seven as intended but th?
convention suspended the rules and
stnt thorn;-11 lnadiition pvyirg their
railroad fare. Tnuse who will go are:
J E Wannamakerof Orangeborg, J.
P. Rutledge of Clarendon, F. H
Hyatt of Richtend, E L Archer of
SpaTtiPbuitr. G. M Kinard of Nfiw
berry, R M. Pegues of Madboro. Le
Riy Sprint/s of Chester and H. B
Tind>l of Greenville T :es* are in ad
dition to the deb gates fvom each
The following w-utive committee
was appo nmd for the year: R M
Cleveland R'chard Singleton, F. M
Farr, R M Pegues, WadeStackhouse,
and j. E. Wannamaker.
The regular busltess of the con
vention was about concluded by 91
o'clock and several talk* were made.
They Are Found In Every Part of
Many citizens of JOrangeburg have
good reason to be thaukful for burdens
lilted from aching backs, which they
bore patiently for years. Scores tell
about their experience publicly. Here's
a case of it:
A. S. Chaney, mill hand in the Cot
ton Mill, says: "My back and kidneys
troubled me for a number of years. A
dull heavy piin exisied in the Kmall
of my back, taking all ambition out of
me and preventing me from getting
any rest or sleep at night. At times
it was so severe as to make me lay oil'
from work for days at a time which
means dollars and cents. I consulted
a doc or and he told me after a thor
ough examination that I had diabetes.
1 could not well afford the extensive
treatment he thought necessary and I
tried the best recommended remedies
I kne v of, but not receiving any bene
fit from any of them I was actually
discouraged. Some one told me about
Doan'sKidney Pillsand I procured a
box at the J. G. Wannamaker Mfg.
Co. I did not expect them to do me
any more good than any dther reme
dies 1 had tried ard could hardly be
lieve my own feeling when my back
stopped aching. In a short time tue
kidney secretions oecaunj normal and
regular; I rested well at nights and
my work became a pleasure to me.
For what Doan's Kidney Pills did tor
me 1 can and will recommend them to
F.jr >*le 07 all dealers. Prir.? 5fl
cent*. Foster-Mllburn Co,, Buff do,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name?-Doan's?and
take no other.
Pravo Mm Kew*rde<l.
A? a rnward for defending the post
o:B ;e at E oma, N 0 , f.jur years ago,
against four burglers, President
Roosevelt has waived the civil serv ce
regulations upon the rec >mmendation
of Postmaster Ganeral Cortellou and
promoted S. H. Alexander from a
lsi*.orer to a clerkship In the depart
ment. Not only has the brave North
Oarolenian been promoted but to ac
centuate the bonor an cfti dal state
ment was issued which gives a full
account of the deed. The attempted
robbery took place on the night of
February 6, 1901, and the offloial ac
count shows that Alexander, although
of small stature, engaged in a desper
ate struggle with toe men, one of
whom snot him in the abdomen. Alex
ander, however, continued to tight,
and snot two men, seriously inj jrlng
tbem. He cilled for assistarce and
was found lying weak and faint in a
pool of blood. Toe two accomplices
who were watting on the outside car
rled away the wounded burglers to
the house in which they ware wrest
ed the same night. Two of them were
hanged, February 26, 1902, while the
other twu received life sentences.
Foley & Co., Cnicago, originated
Iljnev and Tar as a throat and lung
remedy, and on account of the great
merit and popularity of Foley's H mey
and Tar many Imitations are offered
fir the genuine. Tnese worthle-s
imitations have similar sounding
names Beware of them. The gen
uine Foley's Honey and Tar Is in a
yellow package. Ask for It and refuse
any substitute. It is the best remedy
f)r coughs and colds. Dr. A. C.
Can't 3?v.j tinu.
No application has been made to
the President on behalf of James
Howard, convicted In Kectuckey of
the murder of Gov. Goebel and sen
tenced to life imprisonment, and It Is
said at the White House that were
such an application made the Presi
dent would have no authority to in
tervene In the matter.
*>'oroo?l T.) Suii'VM.
B. F. Leek, Cf Concord, Ky , says:
"For 20 years I suffered agonies, with
a sore on my upper lip, so painful,
sometimes, that I could not eat. Af
ter vUnly trying everything else, I
cured It, with Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
It's great for burn9, cuts and wounds.
At any drug store; Only 25j.
Positively Going Oat Of Business.
The entire Stock of Goods will be on
-?H Sale For Thirty Days \4r
at and below cost. No humbug.
2")0 Ladies jackets,
75 Ladies and Misses Tailor
A large lot Waists.
lofjO pairs Shees,
Two hundred Boys TCnee Suits.
Fovr hundred pairs Men Pants,
A full assortment of Men and
10 Silk Sbirt Waist Suits,
25 Children's Cloaks.
Large lot Underwear,
Nice Line Overcoats,
One hum! red oaf fifty .Mens 3 tit?,
A fii no lot of
and many an article that we cannot enumerate.
COME BEFORE THE RUSH.
$ More Than
I 1906 Good
a Reasons Why Yon Ougth To
? Start TUB New Year mm A
iL , Buck's Eanges Have ALL The Good Features
Of Other Eanges With More Added.
I J. W. Smoak
No one desiring an up-to-date vehicle at right prices should close
a trade before seeing our line of goods. We have a complete assort
ment of the finest vehicles built, having just received two carloads of
fresh;stock. WAGONS, HARNESS, LAPROBES, UMBRELLAS, ETC.. of
COTTON GINNERS AND MACHINERY OWNERS.
Write for Prices on the Following
Babbit Couplings Guages Lubricators Belt. Gandy
Drills Guage Cooks Oil Cups Belt, Rubber Drill Press;
Hack Saws Oil Cans Belt, leather Ejectors Hammers
Fittings Injectors Pipe Fries Pulleys
Lace Leather, Packing all kinds, Shafting, Collars for Shafting and anything
' else in machinery supplies.
Columbia Supply Co., .... Colambia.IS.^C.