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Land For Sale. _ 1
AT OWNER'S BEQUEST, I WILl
sell at public auction, at the
Gouat House, inmediatelv after the
legal sales, on tbe fi st Monday in Feb
ruary, 1906. All that certain tract of
land situate in the Branchville Town
slaip, Orangeburg County, S. C, con
staining one hundred [100) acres, more
or less, bounded by lands of Samuel
Whetstone, John Rupie, Geo. W.
Heeves and Lila A. Berry. This land
is the property of Mrs. Lily A. Berry.
It has thirty  acres cleared, and
the remainder is capable of being de
veloped into a fine two horse farm.
Terms: One-half cash, balance on a
credit of twelve months to be secured
. by purchaser's bond, and a mortgsge
of the premises; the purchaser to have
the privilege of paying all cash. For
further information apply to Bow
man & Bowman, Attys.
Robt. E Copes.
January 13.1906. r
STATEMENT OF THE COND1
O tion of the Bank of North, North,
8. C, at the close of business 8th of
Loans and Discounts.$20,532 31
furniture and Fixtures. 1,573 08
Cash on hand and due from
Banks. 3S.683 32
Total. 61,793 71
Capital Stock.$7,250 00
Surplus.. 541 78
Undivided Profits-. 1,168 75
Deposits. 52,833 18
State of South Carolina,
I, J. Balton Lyles, Cashier of. the
above named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to
the best of my knowledge and belief.
J. Belton Lyles, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
at North, S. 0., January 8tb, 190&.
(l. s.) Robt. H. Jones. .
Notary Public,. S.,C
r J. R. Leysaeth,
; E. M. Livtngtson,
L. C. Johnson,
J. M. Davis.
St Matthews, & 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-j^jenb
for municipal and private#j?!prove.
merjts. Real estate is now"seHing:for
five times as much as it sold for a year
ago, and has only started up. It is a
safe and valuable investment, money
could not be invested so that it wruld
' be safer and brtag as large a psofirfc as
it will if invested in rea) estate here.
If you wish to get in on- She 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 yeans*.
For sale following property located
on main business street of St. Mat
thews, Property knawn- as the Philip
Rich property, od which these- 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 Sor sale
a desirable and comfortable- dwelling
most conveniently located. FOrsale,
two valuable farms withina few. miles!
of St. Matthews. Apply to>
J. Skottowb WASWAieaSBRi
12-20.3mos- St.Matthews, S. O.
I am now in a position to furnish.
her in any quantity oru the shortest
"Will also have- on. Band' at any
time Poland China: Pigs-out of reg
J. R Traprmk,
Cope, S, &
JENNING? & SM0AK AYKE
large dealers in? all1 Mods- of FeutJii
lizersbot makes- a specialty oS Nii
trate of Soda, Tankage Kanitr and'
Muriate of Potash. Call and see therm
at their office [C4d Alliance Ware
Valuable Lands For Sale.
Twenty-four gSSfj- Tracts of land in
Orangeburg Com ty, situated on
the Ninety-sis Road,, six miles from
the City of Orangeburg. These tracts
represent 20^ acres, being the great
Branch plantation of the late J. Oem
.psey Jones, Sjt., whk;h was divided in
to tracts by a survey made December
1905, by Frank \V. Frederick, Engi
neer and Surveyor. Valuable farm
lands and tine water power.
These lands will be sold at pubiic
auction it Orangeburg Court House,
on Monday, January 29thT1006. Pints
of the land may be seen at office of
Robert E. Copes, Judge of Probate,
prior to said s.le and will be exhibited
at the sale.
a lso .
Six [f>] Tracts containing 1038 acres
in Hlack Creek Township, Lexington
County, known as the Huffman plan
tation and now a part of t lie estate
lanns of tne said J. Dempsey Jones.
Good farm lands, excellent wattr pow
er, tine timber.
This property will be offered for sale
at Lexington Court House on the first
Monday in February, 1906. Terms,
Cash. W. A. .Johnson
A. S. Hydrick
T. A. Jones.
Improved Cotton Seed,
T)UY THE ORIGINAL AND
-O genuine Phillip's Improved Cot ton
Seed. Improved every year. No black
seed. Buy some and increase your
yield another year. For sale by
J. L. PlILLU's, &
l-r;~:'>mos*. Ayeus & Williams,
_ERSONS ARE .
J\ forbidden to hunt, fish, cut wood,
haul straw or in any way trespass upon
mv lands in Vance, Providence and
Cow Castle Townships.
D. P. Bell.
OUR FOURTH GREAT
MILL and FACTORY SYNDICATE SALE
of Goods direct from the Great Mills and Factories, shipped direct to
this Store to be sold at one fourth to one half less than regular price
Sale Opens nine o'clock Saturday, January 20th.
A New York representative of the Mill and Factory Syndicate will have complete charge of this Store for this Sale. This Bargain Feast is
spread for TEN DATS. Sale closes 6 o'clock P. M. Jan. 3oth. Big shipments of Goods direct from the Mills, bought by the Sydnicate Buyers
will be onSale, at Theodore Kohn's Emporium.
2,000 Yards Dress Ginghams.
This lot of Ginghams includes the
choicest designs for the season of
1906. These goods are regular 10c
values and are an example of how
cheap the Syndicate can sell goods
when bought at the right time.
1200 fancy dress suitings,'one of
the prettiest goods of the year, worth
25c to 30c. Syndicate Price 19c
50 pieces aU wool dress goods, in
cluding Panamas, Serges, Henriettas,
Brilliantines and suitings, all high
grade goods worth. 50c to 7-r,c. Syn
dicate price 39c
10 pieces 52 inch wool Broadcloth
lustrous finish, all new colors, regu
lar ?1. value. Syndicate price 75c
5 pieces elegant black dress goods
beautiful weaves, extra wide goods,
$1. quality. Syndicate price 05c
700 yds. 40 in. silk Warp Henri
etta, black and all rich colors, regu
lar $1.25 values. Syndicate Price 05c
300 yds 56 in. Imported Wool
mixtures, very handsome goods,
value 75c. Syndicate price 50c
Ready to Wear Garments.
Extraordinary values will rule
here. Fine Garments at less than
Factory prices. Fine chance to save
What Is This Great Mill and Factory Syndicate Sale?
Many hundreds pleasantly remember our last great Mill Sale?thousands are now anxiously awaiting this our
Fourth Syndicate Sale. This Syndicate is an outlet for the great Mills and Factories to dispose of their surplus
stock and broken lots of goods. The quality of goods is guaranteed by us, and the prices we know to be trom
one-third to one-half less than can be bought in a regular way These goods from the Mills and Factories con
sist of Embroideries, Dress Goods. Silks, Sheets, Table Damask, Cloaks, Tailor-made Suits, Petticoats, Furs,
Bed Spreads, Blankets, Hosiery. Gloves, TJuderwear, Rugs, and Portierres "We haven't the space to name the
low prices of all these wonderful Mill and Factory Bargains. This is to be the Greatest Bargain Sale ever
held in South Carolina. You will find that what is a great loss to the manufacturer will prove a blessing to you.
75 Velvet Rugs at. 50o
1} Couch Covers very pretty at... . 82.19
100 Dress Belts, pretty assortment... 19s
All wool BlaDk?ts ...... 82 98. 83.98, 84 44
Ladies Oneita Union Suits.45o
55 Chlldrens Velvet BonnettB.49r
2 00 Knit Sweaters at.81.48
75o Leather VaDity Bags at 48o.
10 Ooucb Govers very pretty at.82.38
12 lntrain Art Squares, pretty patterns.. .83 33
1225 Embroidered Hdks, very fine.10c
Chtldrens Ribbed Union Suits.22o
100 piir Colored Kid Gloves.'. 33o
3 00 Knit Norfolk Jsckets at._82 38
1.00 Leather Hana Bags at..A._69c
$7.50 Tailored Suits J $3 98
10.00 Tailored Suits 5.98
12.50 Cheviott Suits 7.49
15.00 suits long coats 0.98
$4.50 childrens long cv.ats
6.50 childrens extra coats
5 00 Ladies waling coats
7.50 Ladies long coats
10.00 long Empire coats
12.50 extra fine coats
READY MADE SKIRTS.
$3 00 wool walking skirts 1.08
4.50 all wool Skirts 2.98
6.00 fine tailored skirts 3.88
Bleached Cotton Goods.
700 yds. guaranteed LONSDALE
CAMBRIC, extra wide, beautiful
finish. Syndicate price 10c
450 yds. English Long Cloth,
grand for underwear, the 20c kind.
Syndicate Price , 12 l-2c
1000 yd3 36 in. Irish Bleaching,
soft finish, no starch, worth 10c.
Syndicate price 7c
500 Iron Clad Bleached sheets,
best quality on the market. Syndi
cate Price 60c
1000 Pillow Cases. Syndicate
price 10c, 12 1-2 and 15c#j
2000 Amoskeag best quality Out-'
ings, beautiful colors, extra wide
and extra fine. Syndicate price 7 1-2
1200 Flanneletts Waisting, rich col
ors and all the newest designs, all
fast colors; Syndicate Price 7 l-2o.
1000 yds. Shirting Calicos, all
fast colors and 1906 designs. Syn
\ dicate price 4c
1500 yds. Good Quality Sea Island
Syndicate price 3 l-2c
720 yds. Taffeta in Fancy Dress
Silks, all rich, desirable colors,
value 50c. Syndicate Price 25c.
390 yds. All Silk fancy shirt waist
suit silks, the newest and prettiest
on the market, worth 00 to 65c.
Syndicate Price 44c
180 yds. 36 in. all Silk black Taf
feta, lustrous, soft finish, worth $1 25
a yard. Syndicate price 88c
350 yds. all silk Taffetta silks,
black and all desirable colors, worth
from 65c to 75c, a big Syndicate
Leader. Price 40c
1000 Pair Extra Quality Hose 16 Cents
This lot contains a grand assort
ment of Buster Brown Hose, both in
the fine and heavy ribbed; and all
sizes from 6 to 10. The regular
price is 25c a pair. Syndicate price
16 Cents a Pair.
QUEEN QUALITY SHOES
By special arrangement these fa
mous shoes will be on sele during
the big sale. Brand new shoes, the
best to be had, all styles, all sizes.
Queen Quality Shoes $2.72.
$3 75 extra quality furs 2.58
6 00 long fine scarfs 3.98
7.50 long Isrbella scarfs 4.88
EACH DAY '
DURING THE SALE.
MILL and FACTORY SYNDICATE
THEODORE KOHN S STORE.
GOODS IN THIS SALE.
Moseley's January Bargain Sale, 11th to 25th.
That Dollar of YourS Will Do 25 Per Cent MOre Now During Our January Sale. While
Our Trade During 1905 Was Our Finest We of Course Have on Hand Quanti
ties of Extra Good Salable and Wearable Mercnandise.
Yon Owe It To Yourself To be Present During ThiS Spqcial January Bargain Sale. Will Pnt 9n During This Sale
1500 yards cf good Soft Sea Island. 4o
1000 yards good heavy Homespun on Special January Sale. 5c
600 yards of Outing in Cuts 10 to 20 yards at, Jany Sale.. 4o
1000 yards 27 inch cuting full pieces auy quantity very
cheap at. 5c
1000 yards of Kimona B-and outing equal to any 103 cent
value on January Sale. 7c
The best Standard Calicos in colors all at. 5c
For the Dress Patterns 500 yards of quilt and furniture cal
icos to go January Sale. 4j
25 pieces of the best Hamilton Cretones Heavy G> ots at 6C
We are making sprcial prices on unbleached sheeting 9 4 &
1250 yards of Flannette all good p?tern 10 and 12] cent
quality?your choice at. 8o
500 yards of the very ?nest flnpce down Flannels for dress
Inur Saoque and Kimona. 124 and 15 cmt values all at.. 10c
It is the greatest chance you will ever have to buy new
g^oda so cheap.
Good lot of Cilicos, some Blues Rnd Brown at. 4c 1 10-4, will be cheaper than elsewhere In the city.
Special price on bleached sheets at 7;*i cents u pair. Thisisa iob "limited". A cut of 20 per cent will be made in all our modern dress goods
We intend to cut down these goods to make room for Spring purchases, which will he coming soon. The price will be 20 per cent oil', if it was 25c' ago it will be 20ji, or if 500 the Special Sale prica will
be 10c, of course you understand it is for CASH only. We wish to reduce stock and yon can gut the advantage. This is no humbug, I mean business.^ It is up to you to have it, the stock is all new,
just 20% off any thing and think what that means fur*you. Wo arc getting in some line Embroidery, which ivc arc pricing very reasonable. Opened up 15000 yards of the finest and newest goods ever
brought to Orangeburg, come and peep at them.
Will run this sale for two weeks starting Thursdav, January lltli and continue to the 25th.
No tickets will be given for any purchase during this Special January Bargain Sale, from 11th
to 25th, January '06.
Don't forget the DATE, the place you ah know is at
Notice of Partnership.
TTTE UNDERSIGNED HAVE this
day formed a partnership under
the tirm name and style of Craig &
Kennedy for the purpose of carrying
on a general mercantile business in the
city of Orangeburg, South Carolina.
The business will be continued at the
store now occupied by J. A. Craig at
the corner of Railroad Avenue and
Russell Street. J. A. Craig,
Jan. 1,1906. Albert S. Kennedy. 1
I FEW FULL BLOOD CIIICR
xVens of the followiug breeds for
sale: Burred and Bull Plymouth
Rock, Light Brarners, Cornish Indian
Game. S. C. Brown Leghorns, Cock
erels. 81.50 to 33.00 each; Pullets 81.00
to 82.50 each as to quality; Peken
Drakes, $2.00 each. Good stock.
Oak Grove Poultry Yards,
1-17-6 Elloree, S. C.
A MEETING OF THE STOCIv
XXholders of the Bank of Bewman is
called for Tnesday, February the
thirteenth, at 2 P. M. at the banking
house for the purpose of considering
the advisibility of increasing the capi
tal stock to 820,000.00. By order of
the Board of Directors.
1-17-4 E.N. Mittle, Cashier.- ?
Carl G. Schoenburg,
NORTH, - - - S. c.
HAS STOOD THE 'I'D S r 23 YEA11S, .
The old original Grov.-'s Taetless Chill Kn,e<1 mm-*U'
Touir. You kno.v v h it vow are tak- Ch8s- G- M<>Br> changed ,'with em
ing D, id lr,.n and qu'nt'nein a tast- bm In& *20.?00 from his empires
? in hAU Francisco, Cal., committed
suicide on a Cunard liner Jim a* it
was entering New York harbor. Tt,
v as bdng brought nack from Liver
4 LL PERSONS ARE HEREBY
forbidden to hire, haibor or inier
"Ncglecttd c ilds make fa& grave
yards," Dr. Wood's Norway Plte.,
Syrup helps men and wowen to a hap-1 frere in any * ay, ,with Ja?b Lo?an and
Zi Jt ?1* nVl v j James Logan. Horace Kennerly,
pyi vlgorus old age. 1 1-17-4*
pOOl, Whe'0 y>?A *-n*n ?rr-??^-!,
Whenyou wish a Thresherremem
Guardian of Said Boys.. her J. w. Smoak sells the best.