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THE DRUG STORE
is the one place on earth
where it is unsafe to look
If you are satisfied with
getting the worth of your
money, the best Medicine
it is possible to compound
from the highest grade
drugs, and the services of
an experienced Pharma
cist you will send your
Doctor's Prescription to
J. G. Wannamaker f
WHY NOT TRY
Onr Drag Store Goods '
Learn what you have been
Loosing by Trading Elsewhere.!
. Calhorn Doyle & Co.
GH2E!AT u 9 'vys*
prodaces f.ho above results In 30 days. It acts
powerfully ind quietly. Cures when all others foil.
Soung men wiU regain their lost manhood, and old
men win rocovor their youthful vigor by using
JSEVIVO. It quickly and surely restores Nervou*
noes. Lost Vitality, Impotence. Nightly Emissions,
Lost Power, FaiUng Memory, Wasting JDlscases.and
aU effects of Belf-abuse or excess and indiscretion,
which miflt?cnofor study,business or marnoge. It
not only cures by starting at the seat' of disease, bol
isagrcat nerve tonic and blood buUder. *nn*
inff bick the pink glow to palo che?t.*ndre?
Btorfnjc tht Are of youth. It wari* off Insanity
&nd Consumption. Insist on having RE VIVO, no
ether. It can be carried in vest pocket. By mall,
91.0O per package-, or six Xor 86.00. with a posl
Siva writ ton guarantee to euro or refund
?2>e money. Book and advise free. Address
80YAL MEDICINE CO., ?H|?
For sale by Drs.
OraDgeburg, S. C.
Lowman & Shecut
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
?The ::ientific, reconstructed baking industry, whereby
the goodness and nutrition of Biscuit and Crackers
have been marvelously enhanced.
?The new method of protection by which all dust, dirt
and moisture are completely excluded from the package
and the freshness and goodness of its contents are care
This is the trade mark which appears
in red and white on each end of the
package as an absolute pledge both
of the quality of the baking and the
purity of the packing.
For example try Graham Crackers?so different from
the ordinary graham crackers?different in baking?different
in flavor?different in packing. More palatable?more satisfy
ing?more nutritious. Made of the purest Graham flour and baked
in a manner understood only by the National Biscuit Company.
THE BANK OF SPRINGFIFLD
SPRINGFIELD, S. C.
L. M. Mims, Pres. Jno. McB. Beau. V. P.
J. B. Smith, Cashier.
Began Business Aug. 3.1903.
Paid up Capital $20,000.00.
Directors.?L. M. Mima, Jno. McB. Bean
a. A. Odoin, L. B. Pulmer J. W. Jumper, T.
L. G'eaton, W. f> Hutto, O. C. Salley, J. A,
Wearejnst entering our third year's w rit,
with everything moving along satisfactory.
The butiness of this bank is conducted oa
sound and conservative principles, wiih am
ple resources, courterous treatment, superior
Bervice. We invite you to come and see us,
with a view to business.
Our savings department is still growing.
Put Your Surplus where it will be secure
Strongest in the World.
Every year that you carry an Equitable Policy
it becomes more valuable?Becomes not
only a protection to family and business
interests, but an actual asset, upon which
you can borrow money?or that you can
turn in for actual cash.
But it isn't everybody can
get an Equitable Policy.
JAS. W. ZEIGLER,
Special Agent, Orangeburg, S. 0.
Successor to Dr. L. C Shecut,
8.30 a. m. to 1 p. m.; 3 p. m. to 5 p.m.
ScoviUe Bld#.* OrangeburR, S. C.
Clcsaicf r.:sd beautifies the hftlr.
Promolei a laxuriunt grotfth.
Mover Polio to Ecntoro Gray
Hair to lto Youthful Color.
Cures ecolp ditcuei it boir ialUaj.
One Honest Man.
The Newberry Observer says: "A
rare and very old incident has hap
pened to a certain lawyer In that
town. In place of this attorney forc
ing another to pay a debt, he himself
was almost forced to receive a certain
amount of moaey, the facts being
about these: A man, whose name It
Is not necessary to mention, came to
the attorney aud demanded that he
take this small amount cf money and
; endeavor to deliver it to the belrs of
a certain black man, a carpenter who
I had years ago done Borne work for the
unnamed payer?this amount lnclud
| ed the interest. This is a payment
J by a white man of limited meanB of a
j debt long out of date, and with inter
terest on an open arcount, to or for a
j black man who may have been dead
j long since. So there is certainly one
honest man In Newberry county."
A Touching Story,
j s the saving from death, of the baby
girl of Geo. A. Eyler, Cumberland,
Md. He writes; "At the age cf 11
months, our little girl was in decliu
hng health, with serious' Throat
I Trouble, and two physicians gave her
jup. We were almost In dpspafr,
when we resolved to try Dr. King's
New Discovery for ConsompriQr,
Coughs and Colds. The first bor.tle
gav9 relief; after taking fcur bottles
she was cured, arid is now in perf .ct
health." Never fails to relieve and
cure a cough or cold. At Wanna
maker Mfg. Co's. drug s'or^; 50c and
81.00 guaranteed. Trial bottle free.
Pionty of uo d.
A British explorer recently return
ed fiota Abyssinia says that he was
for four months in a region hitherto
unknown to white men. Along t e
tributaries of the Blue Nile he foudd
a mining population engaged in
washing gold. He repotts that there
is an enormous quantity of gold
in that region, in which thousands of
TJ?s PaUFSCT WAY.
Scores of Oranfrrbur? ClrJxons Have
If you suffer from backache,
There is only one way to care It.
The perfeot way to cure Ihe kid
A bad bsck means sick kidneys.
Neglect it, urinary troubles folljw.
Doo.a's Kidney Pills are made for
W. M. Mayer, of .Silverton, Aikon
Co., write.-: "Iam glad to say that
Doan's Kidney Pills have done in my
case all you cl&im for them. I was
hardly able to get about and was in a
great deal of pain all the time. I
tried plasters and used drugs to deaden
the pain but found no re\l help un
til I began using Doan's Kidney Pills.
Tb's remedy is the b^st thing In the
world for a weak and aching back.
I am sixty years old and had suffered
for years until I sot Djan's Kidney
Pills. You may publish my testimony
and make It as strong as you like."
.For sale by al) dealers. Price 50
ceats. Foster-Milburn Co,, Buffalo*)
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name?Doan's?and
tski no other.
A B?d PrcacLor.
A dispatch from Bare berg to The
State says T. J. Sandifer, a Baptist
minister who lived here, but served
church^ in the lower part of tbe
ounty, w^s at n. c >ncrrega.tiunal meet
ing of the Baptist caurch held here
lasi Sunday excluded from member
ship in the oburcb on account of im
moral and un (Jhristtan cmduct. He
left here some weeks a^o and went
down near Walterboro, but it la under
Btood he left there last week for parts
Dyspppsia-bare of human existence.
Burdock Blood Bitters eure? it,
promp'y permanently. Emulates and
trne-i the Rtomnoh. .
Business Directory of Norway, S. C, Seaboard Air Line, R. R? 1906
Go To Bowling's.
of goods at right kind
Full line Shoes. Ladies Hats, Dry
Goods, Clothing and Fancy Gro
ceries. Will treat you right and
guarantee satisfaction in every
W. J. A*. WILUAA1SON.
C. T. DOWLING,
0. E. Garick.
full line of Christmas Goods, Alburns, Balls, Cards, Dolls,
A fine line of Dress Goods, also Clothing, Hats, Shoes, and no
tions. A heavy Stock of Millinery. A lady attends to this de
partment. Hardwear, Groceries, Harnenss, Whips, Stoves, Fur
niture, Buggies, Fertilizers.
Close Attention to Business
will pay, and I am prepared to give
more good goods for the money than
ever offered before. Come to see us
when in want of Dry Goods, Shoes,
Hats, Clothing,1 Furniture and Hard
ware. Store opposite Brooks hotel.
Yours for business,
A. J. BROOK
BAj^K OF NORWAY,
CAPITAL STOCK, ?10,000. DEPOSITS. 818 OOo.
Dr. C. H. Able, President. Dr. J. G. Willisms, Vice-President.
David H. Wolfe, Cashier
We have only recently organ'zed but we are doing a SPLENDID business.
We are Favirp for cur depcsitors, in fact MAKING MOMEB, whereas'
without acg barking facilities, perhaps they would lose It.
Deposits are received from One Dollar and upwards.
Give ub an opportunity to belp you and you will never regret it.
BATES & GIBSON
Pays the Highest Price for Cotton.
and sells goods at the lowest price, so
come and iets do business so we both
can be happy. N
1 My stock of Gent's Merchandise is
complete and I want to sell them and
Dr. C. H. Able, M. D.
Full line of?
Drugs and Fancy Toilet Articles,
also supply of School Books.
Professional calls attended to promptly ut
MRS. W. T. GLOVER,
Hats trimmed in latest stvles at
short notice and Sow price.
Fancv Groceries and Fruit.
Shoes, the Briest line on the Market,
can't lied such good Shoes at such
good prices anywhere.
SSrCall and see them quick.
B L- HUTTO.
"The Corner Store,"
Has the cheapr.'.: line of General Merchan
dise in town and pa s the highest prices for
all C untry Produce and Cotton Seed.
Jvst received another Im of lino heavp seed
oats; prices right. (Jive n;o a call uiid be con
"We have the reputation of keeping the most up-to:date and largese
line of General Merchandise in the City of Norway.
?Q?ALITY, QUA NIT Y ?
Prices and Satisfaction guaranteed in every department. We buy in
large quanities and sell a lot by selling cheap. We defy competition
see us before buying your Dry Goods,, Groceries. Shoes, wagons and
buggies, stoves, &c.
First=class line of General Merchandise,
at 1 iw pne^s. We handle everything nreder1, so
c?nc and ^!ve us a chance. Dry Goo^s, Shoes;
Clothing, Furniture, Stoves, Hardware, Harness.
Corner Lexirgtcn Accr ue :inr' 4'h st,
DR. B. 0. SALLY, M. D.
Full line of Medicine, and prompt
attention given to all calls.
?W T G .oV -K,?
The Cotton Buyer, The Cotton-seed buyer,
The System O n Man is the Happy Man, for
lie pays more than any other nmu "fur cotton,
as he ruys for I he largest exporters. IJring
your cotton to the best market in the county.
?ONNETT & SANDIFEfi.
S. C HUFF,
Fancy Groceries, Fruits, Soda
.Water and all cold drinks.
Shoes?Dry Goods at prices that,
Alter 15th Oct. will be prepared
to make the Ust Photographs at
Your patronage solicited,
I Save Bargains
IN HOMES AND FARMING LANDS ON EASY TERMS.
J. A. Weathersbee,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
DR. J. G. WILLIAMS, M. D.
Prompt in attending all calls.
Residence E. Fourth St.
A FEW FACTS that should and is making Norway a fine business location. 1st?The best cotton market in the county being as it is nearer
Savannah, Ga. the second largest cotton port. 2nd?we have cotton buyers who try to give all they can for cotton and not as a great many do, buy
it as cheap as they can. The price tells the story for our market has been 15 to 20 points above any other market tn the county. Moral; bring
your cotton to Norway. 3rd?as a place of residence, church and school advantages we are right in line with any other town and far ahead of
many. No dispensary; no bltnd tigers, but pienty of good pure water. Real estate is high another evidence of prosperity. Homeseekers welcomed.
A WAS TIME BEMHTDEE,
The Blockade Ranner Habe at Last
A dispatch from Washington, N
0., says the east shore of Wrightsvlllo
beach presented an interesting Blghi
Tuesday afternoon in the vicinity of
Lumina. This portion of the beach
was strewn with wreckage of the old
hunk that has been ashore off Lumina
since the civil war. This bulk repre
sents all that remains that plied, i be
tween Wilmington and the West In
dies. The storm of Thursday night
bore into the wreck and tossed a great
amount of debris upon the sboie. So
powerful was the raging sea that the
old iron safe aboard the ship was
washed up on the beach and formed
the most interesting cbj 3Ct for the
sightseers Wednesday. A quantity
of old iron pipe and part of the ves
sel's shaft were also washed ashore,
as well as odd bits of hardware, in
cluding home-made nails. One of the
most interesting curloui picked up
was an old acd very rusty carving
The safe is a very heavy one and
has corroded very badly. Ib is a com
bination safe, thongh it was supposed
nhat the safe aboard was of the old.
fashioned lock and key type. The safe
was broken into bub contained noth
ing save a very< small portion cf a gold
chain. The safe had evidently been
opened by the officers when it was
seen that the ship could not be saved
Only a part of the old bulk was torn
apart and washed ashore as the great
est portion still remains and looms up
plainly in sight of those who peer sea
ward from the vicinity of Lumina.
- It is supposed that the hulk Is that
of the blackade runner Hebe, which
was driven ashore under fire of the
Federal blockaders during the war.
The Hebe and the blockade runner
Dee are known to have gone down
about off Lumina, but the wreck in
question is though to be that of the
former. The General Beauregard went
aground farther down towards Caro
lina beach. Another ship lost In block
ade running was the Emma.
The Hebe and the Dee are said to
have been exceedingly handsome boats
and daring dlockade runners. Tney
made their last stand gallantly, but
bbe Federal boats forced them
aground and then poured shot and
shell into tbem for some time after
wards. Many of the crew escaped by
making the beach safely, while others
were captured and some are supposed
to have been killed.
A Strong Statement on Recent Cen
sus Bureau Report.
President Harvie Jordan, of the
Southern Cotton Association, lasb
week gave oub a statement in which
he takes severly to task the census
bureau at Washington* for alleged
shortcomings' He says in part:
'"The action of Director North, o'
thn. census bureau, in falling to make
public all the imformation he secured
from the ginners January 16 and his
persistent refusal to do so, In face of
repea ed demands, is exciting cons<d
erable indignation throughout th*
South. Mr. North asked, January 16
all ginners for the following inform^ -
'"How many bales ginned for the
season of 1905?
*"Wnat Is the average weight of
bales ginned to date?
'"What is your estimate of the per
centage of cotton remaining to be gin
"The public received the result of
the answer to tbe tlrst question on
January 23 in tbe statement tbat 9,9
98,111 bales had been ginned. Tbe re
sult of the other two lrqulrles have
been withheld so far. I wired Mr.
North Tuesday as follows.
'"For what purpose was the average
weight of bales and estimated amoum
of cotton to be ginned after January
15 obtained in your r* c.-nt ginners re
port? As this is public official infor
mation, kindly wire me today the re
suit of the estimates as t>bown.
"In reply to the above, Mr. North
sent tbe following:
'"Average bale weights will be
made public as boon as can be compil
ed. Estimated amounts to be glnren
were obtained, and only opprcximate
ly to enable censLS office to detr rmlm
what couniii a must again be canvass
ed for final report and not for public
use Will be published If Congress
directs it. Resolution to that effect
inrr duced housp to d>y.
(Signed) "North Director."
President Jordan hays that 70,000
bales of the crop'weie ginned prior to
September 1, and were counted in the
commercial crop of 19U4-05, but have
been made a part nf the census bur
eau report of 9.998,111. D ducting
thf- 470,000 bales from thp pub:Jshed
total of 9,998.111 leaves 9 528,111 to
bi counted in tut- cropof|19u5 06 And
no this 15u 000 bales and there still re
mains a cn.p uo'It-r to.n milliou b-'l-s
He says wide investigation showstha
-pot holders are not belling their cot
t i? and that practically t-?ere is no
c.;tvon for sale In the facs of tho pres
J. D. B in van, of Bubtervllle, O ,
laid the pfvuilar disappearance of hi
painful H' mp"cms, of indigestion ar d
hiliou^nc-sb to Dr. King's N..-w Lift?
Pi'ls. Ht> says: "'Tuey are a perfeci
remedy, f. r dizzlntss, sour atoms c^,
beadjche c^usiicaiion, etc." Guaran
teed at Wanriimnker Mfg. Co's d>u/
st'jrc, price 25c.
CURE A COLD IN 0\i: DAY.
Tske Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
ets Druguiets refund moucy if it falle
to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on
each box 25c.
Never say die! Trv L. L. L.
Buy Lowman's Liver Lifters.
Take Lowman's Liver Lifters.
Use Lowman's Liver Lifters.
Try Lowman's Liver Lifters.
Harris Lithia Water. For sale at
Drs. Lowman <fe Lowman
Only one remedy in tue wurld that
will at once stop iobiness of the nkin
in any part of the body; D lan'a 0:nt
ment. At any drug store, 50 cents.
Thousands who have had their health ruined by Mercury testify that it
makes wrecks instead of cures in the treatment of Contagious Blood Poison.
While it may mask the disease in the system for awhile, when the treatment
is left off the trouble returns with renewed violence, combined with the dis
astrous effects of this powerful min
eral. Mercury, and Potash, which is I suffered greatly fror? Contagions
, 7 - - -:.. . I /-> i. Blood Poxson. I consulted physicians
also a common treatment lor l_onta- w?o prescribed Mercury. Nothing did
gious Blood Poison, eat out the lining me any good-in fact tlie treatment
?, . ? .'?.?_ i j nroTed more harmful than beneficial,
of the stomach and bowels, produce friend toid me that s. s. S. had cer
cLronic dyspepsia, cause the teeth to tainly cured him, and I immediately
i_ ..r.^Tn *ii.iir..ju.. tr^A^r- rr,,?,? commenced its use, and in a short while
decay, make spongy, tender gums, x could flnd n0 t?nco 0l the disease.
affect the bones and muscles, and leave This was two years ago, ar d I can truth
its victims complete physical wrecks. ^l^^^^^ASima.
Another effect of this treatment is
mercurial Rheumatism, the worst and most hopeless form of this disease.
There is but one certain, reliable antidote for this destructive poison,, and that
is S. S. S. It is the only medicine that is able to go into the blood and
cure the disease permanently. S. ?, S. does not
hide or cover up anything, but ?.o completely
drives out the poison that no signs of it are ever
seen again. S. S. S. is made entirely of roots,
herbs and barks, and while curing Contagious
PURELY VEGETABLE. Poison, will drive out the effects of any
mineral treatment. We offer a reward of $i ,ooo
for proof that S. S. S. contains a particle of mineral of any kind. Book with
instructions for self-treatment and any medical advice wished furnished
without charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA?
- SMART =
Fall and Winter
For Big and Little Boys.
Is your boy supplied with suitable apparel for fall.
If he is not it will pay you to come here and see our
immense col'ectipn of pretty and exclusive styles: we
show in little boy's and big boy's fall and winter
Stylish suits for the youngster's from 3 to 8 years in an
unususliy fine assortment of styles and ^fabrics. Just
the sort that mother's fancy the most, and that the lit
tle fellows are proud of.
Two piece suits for boys 8 to IG years, either single or
double btested style; well tailored and beautifully
Prices $1 to $6.
Fairey & Weeks.
Irepresent three large marble works, and it will pay anybody
needing anything in this line to get my prices before buying.
You should not fail to mark the last resting place of your loved
ones with a stone whose inscription will survive for many years
the crumbling touch of t'me. It is a duty of love that phould be
symbolized by something more lasting than'flowers watered by
tears of grief. Every slab, shaft, tombstone or monument 1 han
dle is a triumph of the stone cutter's, sculptor's and engraver's
art and my prices are most reasonable How about that neglect
grave of mother, or father, sister or brother? Can refer you to
work done in this county by the companies I represent, and I think
that you will agree that it is first-class in every particular.
Also take orders for hi^h-^rade se wing machines, pianos and
organs. Others are higher in prire? but none better.
J. WANN.AAtAKER, Orangeburg, S. C.
Residence on Pearl street /between Orange street and Railroad Avenue.
as everyone is anxious fo try our
"Little Daisy" Buggies. They are
triumps of modern inventive genius
and a gi< at iioon to horses?so easy
and frici ion less do they run. They're
not the only ones, however, in our
stock?-'Everything on Wheels," un
less it might bJ a lire engine, and.we
could get you that.
OSCAR R. LOWIAN,
. Orangeburg, S. C.
COTTON GINNFRS AND MACHINERY OWNERS.
Write for Prices on the Following
Babbit Couplings Guages Lubricators Belt, Gandy
Drills Guage Cocks Oil Cups Belt. Rubber Drill Press
Hack Saws Oil Cans Belt, leather Ejectors Hammers
Fittings Injectors Pipe Files Pulleys
Lace Leather, Packing all kinds, Shafting, Collars for Shafting and. anything
else in machinery supplies.
Columbia Supply Co.. ? ? - ? Columb a. S. C.
Money lo Loan
fYS FARMING LANDS. Long
\_Aime. No commission charged.
Borrower pays actual cost of perfect
ion loan. For further information
address: John B Palmer & Son
1-3* Bos 282, Columbia, S. C.
For Rent. Jan. 1, 1906.
HTHE TWO STORY DWELLING,
JL with large garden and outhouse
corner Doyle aud Wiles Streets, oppo'
sit? Mr. E. N. Scoville's residenc. A *
ply to Geo. H. Cobnels p