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Orangeburg, S. C.
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Tee Times and Democrat,
Orangeburg, S. C.
It looks as if tbe label investiga
tion bv the dispensary investigating
? committee amounts to nothing after
nil the fuss and feathers.
- With Charleston issuing liquor li
censes and all of tbe balance of the
State under prohibition so called the
good old City by the Sea v. ill do a
huge jug business.
We heartily endorse the suggestion
made by the News and Courier that
a printing school be established at
Clecason college. Graduates of such
a school would be in demand at good
To their credit be it said that th*
American and British delegates to
Algeciras did not attend tbe bull fight
that was held Sunday in honor of the
foreign ambassadors in attendance
open tbe Moroccan conference.
As we predicted some time ago, the
campaign this summer bids fair to be
a red hot one. Senator Tillman has a
good subject in the granting of the
right to Charleston to issue liquor li
censes and he will nse it to advan
If the vagrant law was enforced in
all of our cities and towns thousands)
of Idle, loafing negroes and some idle,
loafing whise men would be forced to
go to work on tbe farms or leave the
State. Orangeburg has her full share
of loafers and this is a good place to
try the experiment.
When all the roots and stumps are j
removed from the land, the mule has
got to face tbe automobile plow that
will do the work without eating the
fodder. A wealthy farmer in Spar
tan burg county has alreaby invested
In an auto plow. The experiment
will be watched with Interest.
Those people who think that the
destruction of the state dispensary
. ?ad the establisment of county dis
pensaries it; a step towards prohibi
tion will find out in a few years how
badly they are deluded. It means)
open barrooms in every country that j
WLnt8 them in less than five years.
Sooner or later the land owners of J
the South will have to take hold of I
thaterm labor question and regulate
it. All that Is needed to remedy the
difficulty hi unity of action on the part
Of the farmers. The South is the only
place that we know of where tbe land
owners are s t the mercy of the labor
The relatives of a negro who had
been iynched by an Ohio mob brought J
suit to recover 810,000 for his death.
The jury considered the matter care
fully, and gave a verdict for 8125.
Half of the money will go to the j
lawyer who prosecouted the case and
the remainder to the undertaker who I
buried tbe mob's victim.
The electrlo line that runs from
Augusta to Alken will be * xtended to
Columbia. This company might be
induced to run a line from Aiken to
Orangeburg if the matter was brought
to thier attention. Let the Business
Men's Lasgue look Into the matter
and confer with the men who are at
th9 head of the new enterprise.
Senator Tillman has introduced a
resolution in tbe Senate calling upon
the postmaster general for informa
tion as to the number of postal clerks
killed in railroad accidents during the
p st five years, also askiqg how many
steel cars are now used in the postal
service and whether the fatalities
have been so great in those as in other
A bill has been introduced in the
Iowa legislature to prohibit honey
bees from rtamlDg about at will and
Invading the premises of persons to |
whom they do not belong. The Sa
vannah News suggests that It be fol
lowed by a Mil rt quiring the fishes to
observe the rules of the road as they
swim up or down stream, keeping to
the right always.
"Asia for Asiatics." This says a
Shangnis. merchant, who had juut ar
rived ab Son Francisco, Is tbe cry that
has beoQ takan up in China and spread
like wildfire from province to province
kindling every where the slumbering
hatred of the Mongolian against all
foreigners. The spirit of revolt 1b
life, young China is rising and in 1 ti
opinion trouble Is bound to come.
A National Scandal.
Congressman Stfzer, a Democrat of
fche city of New York, has called at
tention to tbe scandalous relations of
tbe City National Bank and tbe Uni
ted States Treasury by introducing a
resolution of inquiry in tbe House
concerning tbe sale of tbe old Custom
House in New York to the above
bank. In 1899 tbe old Castcm Hjuse
wr.s sold to tbe City National Bank
for $3,265,000. Tbe City National"
Bank was a depositary of the Nation
al Treasury, and therefore paid out
no money whatsoever. It credited
the United States Government with
83,215.000. Tbe Government made
no demand for this money as it had at
all times from 815.000,000 to $20,000
deposited with this Standard Oil
As the Government could not ex
pect a new Custom House to be ready
for occupancy for some yoars?it is
not ready eow?it proceeded to lease
the old property from the purchaser
at 4 per cent on the purchase price,
or 8130,000 a year. Thus the Stand
ard Oil bank retained the purchase
price of the Custom House, which it
could, and did*, lend out at Interest,
and collected rent from the United
States Treasury as well.
But it will be noticed tbat the
bank did not even in its bookkeeping
pay the full price agreed upon. Fifty
thousand dollars was to be left unpaid
until tbe bank actually took posses
sion. What was the meaning of this?
Simply that it was an astute device
by which the bank might avoid pay
lug taxes to the city of New York on
this property. It has not paid taxes
yet, pleading tbat tbe Government
[still owns the property, and that
Federal property cannot be taxed by
the city. The Comptroller of New
York estimates the taxes which the
bank has evaded at $80,000 a year.
Tbe whole contract of sale to the
bank covers'* period of ten years. In
round numbers, tne amount of profit
which the bank will reoeive in this
time, unless tbe contract shall be set
aside/ including rent, interest on the
money it did not pay the Government
and saving in taxes, will be over 83,
400,000. At the end of the period
the bank will own the property and
will have been paid almost 8150,000
for having taken it. Moreover, com
petent real estate experts estimate
"jhat by that time the property will
have appreciated in value more than
a million dollars.
The officers of the United States
Government who negotiated this bar
gain were Lyman J. Gaee and Frank
A. Yanderlip. On retiring from the
office of Secretary of the Treasury,
Mr. Gage became president of the
United States Trust Company, whloh
is associated with the National City
Bank, and Mr Yanderlip became vice
president of the bank itself on retiring
from the position of Assistant Secre
tary of the Treasury- These gentle
men, says the New York American,
ought to join Congressman Sulzer in
demanding the inquiry, but it 1b
doughnuts to dollars, tbat they will
do no such thing. Whi le they were
government officials they played into
the hands of the Standard Oil Com
pany and they are not anxious to have
tbe transaction aired.
Japan's Bad Faitb,
* Prof. Hamer B. HUlbert, special
agent of tbe Emperer of Korea, ad
dressed the Presbyterian ministers at
their recent conference in New York.
Prof. Hulbert, who has been a tea
cher at Seoul for twenty years, nays
ho "would not give thirty-five cents
on the dollar for American interest In
Korea if the Japanese secure juris
diction over American citizens there."
At present the United States baa in
Korea extra territorial rights. Amor
can citizens are tried by the Ameri
can counsel, not in Korean courts but
tbe Japanese having assumed a pro
tectorate over K.-.rea, are seeking tbe
abolishment of the extra territorial
rights of this country, and wish to
assume jurisdiction over Americans.
Mr. Hulbert says before the war with
Russia the Japanese started in Korea
a campaign of education. Th^y suc
ceeded In hypnotizing the American
public. They made Americans be
lieve that the Japs were about every
thing that was right and proper, and
sucoec d: d at tbe same time in get
ting a pretty low Idea of Korea and
-Koreons fixed in tbe American mind.
As a matterot fact there isn't a hand's
breadth tf difference between Ko
reans and Japs. Dress them in the
same clothes and you couldn't tell
them apart. Most Koreans look upon
tbe Japanese as barbarians. Since
the Japs have overrun Korea they
have brought into the country a low
ola3S of immigrants. Tney have boen
brutal and tyrannical, seizing proper
ty right and left and have gotten pos
session of all the resouroes and assets
of the Korean Government. I speak
from experience, because I have in my
possession now no less than 50,000
deeds for as many parcels of lano.
The owners of these plots, many cf
tbem widows, came to me and asked
me to buy their land at one cent a
plot rather than it should go to the
Japanese. My name Is on dcorplates of
many Korean houses. If I hadn't
don? that?of ccurs9 I will never
hold the land?She Japs would have
condicated tbe lands and driven off
the Korean owners. The United
States bad no light to take the word
of the Japanese that the Koreans
were willing to accept Japan 's protec
torate. The emperor of Korea cabled
me that the treaty by which the
protectorate waf established was ob
tained from him "knife at throat."
The Japs said at first that Korean in
dependence Bhonld be preserved.
They violated their word, given to
the whole world. What Mr. Eul
bert says does not surprise us in the
least. Sooner or later Japan will
dominate the entire East and no for
eigner will be allowed to remain there
except by her permission.
A Bad Bill Killed.
The bill to abolish the State dis
pensary and establish In its place
county dlepensaries which passed the
House, but was killed in the Senate
on Tuesday, was a bad measure. The
Columbia Record says Senator Wain
er's merciless analysis of the bill pro
duced a deep impression. He tore It
to tatters by the force of logic and
common sense, so much so that
friends of the bill, seeing its fatal de
fects, rushed to the rescue with
amendments in an attempt to meet
the shortcomings of the measure.
But these amendments cannot cure
it, because with the elaborate ma
chinery necessary for county dispen
saries, with no general or state super
vision over them, with local politi
cians in control of appointments and
the conduct of the institutions, we
will have county political maohlnes
and county political bosaism, with all
the attendant evils of graft and cor
ruption that will make the state dis
pensary appear as a mole hill to a
mountain. These boards are to be
allowed, too, to pledge the credit of
the county, a moat, dangerous provis
ion, even if it were, constitutional.
The whole thing will be permeated
with the vjorst sort of politics, rotten
politics in every locality. If the state
dispensary was at one time a political
machine or political faotor it never
did or never could exercise suoh a di
rect baneful Influence on politics as
county dispensaries would, because
these would bring all the evils right
at home. This one consideration
alone ought to be sufficient to kill the
bill, and no patching it up can relieve
it of that dangerous features. This
bill was gotten up so as to get discor
dant elements on a single platform?
the abolition of the state dispensary.
True prohibitionists were misled so
that they gave up prinoiple for an
alleged expediency, as Senator Walk
er said. They evidently did not
thoughtfully consider the serious con
sequences, as some others who did
didn't care so they gained what they
wanted. The bill is not a reforma
tory measure, but just the contrary,
and the|cloeer its provisions are scru
tinized and the more they are
thoughtfully considered the more ap
parent does it become that the bill Is
a patcihwork of inconsistencies, im
practicable, discriminating and dan
gerous. It Is good for che State that
the Senate killed it
Thie pas<"c:e of the local option
pill by th* Senate and its approval
uy the Governur, would in our judg
ment be the first step to open bar
rooms in South' Carolina. The bill
gives Charleston the right to issue
liquor licenses and in less than five
years after the bill becomes a law
that right will be extended to every
oounty in the state. Mark this pre
Abial Lathrop, Ejq., of this city,
would make a model United States
Judge in case a new judicial district
is oreated in this State. He is a good
lawyer and enjoys the confidence and
reBpect of all the people of this State
regardless of politics.
If Commissioner Watson gives up
the position he now holds to go to
Augusta we hope the Qovernor will
oppoint Col. J. E. Norment to the
position. He would prove a worthy
successor to Mr. Watson
The Legislature has done a good
thing in providing for a board of par
dons. The governor haB too many
other duties to attend to the drud
gery of reading hundreds of petitions
for pardon each year.
The Columbia Record has ordered
a new press and other equipments for
the enlargement of the paper. Thb
Reoord 1b a good paper and we are
glad to know of its prosperity.
The abuse now being heaped on
Ssnaior Tlllman by some people and
newspaper reminds us of the daj s
when Tlllman first entered politics.
ic often caused by sores, ulcers and
cancers that eat away your skin.
Wm. Bedjll, of Flat Rook, Mich.,
hays:"l have used Bucklen's Arnica
.Salve, for Ulcers, Sores and Cancers.
It is the best healing dressing I ever
found." Soothes and heal3 cuts,
burns and scalds. 25c at Wanuamak
er Mfg. Co;s. drug store; guaranteed.!
Simeon Wildar and John Hatchett,
partners In the sawmlil buslceas, were
tilled by the explosion of a steam
holier In Crawford county, Georgia on
has stood SHE TEST 25 years
The old original Grove's Tastlass Chill
Tonic. You kuow what you are cak
ing. It is iron and quinine in a tax
less form. No cure, No pay. 50o.
X XX U XVOXT-fX X <, X XJJL?J
Physicians pronounce drunken
ness a disease of the nervous sys
tem. No "will power" can heal
the stomach membranes which
have been burned and seared by
Cures Whiskey and Beer Habit
ORRINE removes the craving for liquor
by acting- direcMy on the effected nerves,
restoring- the stomach anil digestive organs
to normal condition, improving- the ap- y
petite and rcstdrtng the health. No san
itarium treatment or publicity.
Tocure without patient's knowledge, buy
0RKINI3 No. 1; for voluntary treatment,
1 ? - OkRINE No. 2. Price $1 per box.
t ; Effected or Money Refunded
a registered guarantee in each box. Book
on "Drunkenness" ^sealed) mailed free on
request. All correspondence confidential.
ok ?INE mailed (sealed) on receipt of price
by the orrine co., lue, "Washington, d.
f^NE HUNDRED AND FIFTY
UBushels Peterkin improved cotton
seed at 1.45 per 100 lbs. at my place.
J. C. Arant,
2-15-4* Elloree, S . C.
QTRAYED FROM MR. LEWIS
O Dantzler, near Bowman, about the
llthof November, a large black sow,
with split in the left ear: Any infor
mation abonu her will b3 thankfully
received by Albert Glover,
2-14-2* Bowman, S C.
"VfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
li tabt on Ma-ch 13,1906. applica
tion will be made to the State Farm
er's Alliance Exchange of South Caro
lina for a renewal of Stock Certificate,
No. 166, Issued to Snell's Sub Alliance,
No. 713. of Orangeburg County, S. C,
the same having been lost
O. B. Eiley,
2-15-4* County Trustee Stockholder.
Dissolution Of Copartnership.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
that the copartnership heretofore
existing between the undersigned,
under the firm name of N. B. loures
& Son, has been disolved by mutual
consent. All persons indebted to the
siad firm, wiil make payment, and all
persons haviDg claims against the said
firm will present the same for pay
ment to the undersigned N. B. Foures
who will continue the said business on
his own account.
Cameron, S. C, February 14th, 1906.
N. B. Foures,
2-5-1* ? McQueen J. J oures.
State of South Carolina, Executive
Whereas information has been re
ceived at this Department that an
Atrocious Murder, was committed in
the county of Orangeburg on or about
the first day of January, 1906, upon
the body of Remus Noble (near the
town of Fort Motte, Orangeburg
County, S.O.,) by WLliam Carr. De
scription as follows: "Short, heavily
built, weight about 160 pounds, round
fare, about 30 to 35 years of age," and
that the said William Carr has fled
Now, therefore, I, D. C. Heyward,
Governor of the State of South Caroli
na, in order that justice may be done
and the^majesty of the law vindicated,
do hereby oiler a reward of Seventy
five (75) dollars for the apprehension,
delivery and conviction of the said
To the Sheriff of Orangeburg County.
at Orangiburg Court House.
In testimouy whereof, 1 have here
unto set my hand and caused the great
Seal of the State to be affixed, at Co
lumbia, this 13th day of February A.
D. 1906, and in the 130th year of the
Independence of the United States of
America. D C. HEY WARD.
By the Governor;
J. T. Gantt,
Secretary of Mate.
Summons For Relief.
The State of South Carolina, County
of Orangeburg' Court of Common
Jane Mitchell as executor of the last
will a- d testament of John Lewis
Mitchell, deceased, and in bis own
right, Binah Pinckeey, Lavinia Mor
gan, Mary Buckner, Mary Mitchell,
David Mitchell and HeDry Mitchell,
Plaintiffs against Jack Jones, James
Mitchell, Abram Jones, Charles Mit
chell, Ab Mitchell, Annie Mitchell,
Bosabelle Mitchell and John Champev
Defendants Summons For Relief.
To the defendants above named
you art- hereby summoned and requir
ed to answer the complaint in this
action, of which a copy is herewith
served upon you, and to serve a copy
of your answi r to the said complaint
on the subscriher at his office Orange
burg, S. O, within twenty days after]
the service hereof, exclusive of the
day of such service; and if you fail to
ai swer the complaint withinthe time
aforesaid, the plaint iff in this action
will apply to the Court for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
To the defendant, James MitcheP:
Take notice that the summons
in this action, of which the foregoing,
is a copy, was riled in tin: ollice of Uie
Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas,
at Orangeburg, S. C, the State of
South Carol na on the:? day of Sept.
A. D. l!?i>4
Dated Sept. A. D. 1904.
[l. s.] G. L. Salley, C. C C. P.
Jas. F. I/lait,
2-14-0t Plaintiffs Attorneys.
To Road=tax Payers.
A heavy penalty is imposed
for not paying Road Tax by
March Is . For convenience
of its customers and people of
Cow Castle and surrounding
Bank of Bowman
on payment by any one of the
31 00 at its otllce in Bowman,
will procure the County
Treasurer's receipt for said
tax, free of charge for same.
E. N. Mittle, Cashier.
4 FEW FULL BLOOD CII1CK
.xVens of the following breeds for
sale: Barred and Buff Plymouth
Rock, Light Bram( rs, Cornish Indian
Game, S. C. Brown Leghorns, Cock
erels. 31.50 to ?3.00 each; Pullets 81.00
to $2.50. each as to quality; Peken
Drakes, $2.00 each. Good stock.
Oak Grove Poultry Yards,
1-17-6 Elloree, S. C.
A Sure Remedy]
Dr. Earl S.Sloan
Improved Cotton Seed.
BUY THE ORIGINAL AND
genuine Phillip's Improved Cotton
Seed. Improved every year. No black
(seed. Buy some and increase your
yield another year. For sale by
J. L PitLLirs, &
1- 17-3raos*. Avers Sc Williams,
fENNTNGS & SMOAK . ARE
f JJ large dealers in all kinds of Ferti
lizers but makes a specialty of Ni
trate of Soda, Tankage Kanit, and
Muriafe of Potash. Call and see them
at their office [Old Alliance Ware
AT AUCTION, FOR CASH, ON
Tuesday, the 20th day of Eebru
ary, near Bowman, my stock, provis
ions and farming implements, includ
ing 2 good harness horses, 2 buggies,
12 wagons, splendid mule, 6 grade cows,
hogs, one riding cultivator (2 horse),
[corn, fodder, cotton seed, hay, pota
toes and peas. Also cane mill and
kettle, syrup, etc.
2- 7-2* W. M. Carn, M. D.
Notice to Creditors,
ALL PERSONS HOLDING claims
against the estate of the late
John L. Mack must present the same
I duly proven on or before the 24th dav
of Feb. 1906, and all persons indebted to
[ said estate will make payment on or
before the said date to ulaze & Her
bert, Attorneys, Orangeburg, South
Carolina, or to the undersigned.
(Mpr.) Edna T Mack,
Noice of Final Discbarge.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that on Monday the twenty-sixth
day of February, 1906,1 will file with
the Judge of Probate of Orangeburg.
County my Final Account as Adminis
tratrix of the estate of John L. Mack,
deceased, and will thereupon,immedi
ately apply for my Final Discharge as
such administratrix. 1
Mrs. Edna T. Mack,
Notice lo Creditors.
ALL PERSONS HOLDING claims
against the estate of Joseph L.
Burke, deceased, must present the
same duly proven on or before the
23rd day of February, 1906, or be de
barred payment, and all persons in
debted to sa d estate must make pay
ment on or before that date.
Mrs. H. A. Burke,
Qualified Administrate of the/'Es
t?te of Joseph L. Burke, deceased.
Notice of Ffnal Discharge.
ON THE 24TH DAY OF FEBRU
ary, 1906, the undersigned will file
her final account as administratrix of
the estate of Joseph L. Burke, deceas
ed, with the Judge of Probate for
Orant'eburg County, South Oarolina,
and will thereupon apply for her final
discharge as such administratrix.
Mrs. H.A. Burke,
Qualified Administratrix, Estate of
Joseph L. Burke, deceased. 1-31-4
[Continued from page 7.]
burg," having received their first and
second readings at last meeting, were
on motion referred to the committee
on fire department and the city attor
ney with instructions to report there
on at the next meeting of the Council.
The chief of police submitted his re
port for the month of January, show
ing number of arrests, 33; number
days' labor on streets, 37; fines and
forfeitures paid to treasurer, 377.00;
licenses collected and turned over to
The minutes are confirmed and
L. II. Wannamaker.
Clerk Sc Treasurer.
?VrOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
IN tha I, or my deputy, will be at
the following named places on the
days specified for the rurpo-e of taking
returns of real and personal property
for taxation in Orangeburg County for
the fiscal year 1906.
All taxpayers must give the number
of School District in which uroperty is
located. Special care should be taken
in locating property in or near special
School Districts. School trustees in
the different townships are requested
to meet the Auditor at these appoin
ments and assist in i lie proper location
of special school and noil taxes
All personal property owned on the
iirst flay of January, 1906, must be re
turned. Real estate must also be re
turned and re-valued.
Bowman, Wednesday, Jan. 3.
Branchville, Thursday. Jan. 4.
Rowesville, Friday. Jan ?").
Canaan Church. Saturday. Jan. 6.
Felderville, Monday. Jan. 8.
Dantzler P. O.. Tuesday, Jan. 9.
Yances, Wednesday, Jan. 10.
Purlers, Thursday, Jan. 11.
Elloree, Friday, J&n. 12.
Cameron. Saturday, Jan. 13.
Livingston, Monday, Jan. 15.
Dru Sawyers, Tuesd.y, Jan. 16.
Springfield, Wednesday, Jan. 17.
Cleat on, Thursday, Jan. 18.
Norway, Br.day, Jan. 19,
Cope, Saturday, Jan. 2o.
Lane Star, Monday, Jan. 22.
Ft. Motte, Tuesday. Jan. 23.
St. Matthews, Wednesday, Jan. 24.
J. T. Grossetts, Thursday, Jan. 25.
North, Friday, Jan. 26.
Phillips, Saturday, Jan. 27.
Orangeburg Court House from Jan.
1 to Feb. 20th, inclusive.
Office hours from 0 A. M. to 2 P. M.
T M. McMicuael,
County Auditor O. C
WE TAKE this method of thanking our cus
tomers in South Carolina, North Carolina,
Georgia, Florida, Tennessee and other States for
their patronage during the past. But especially
do ring 1905. We sold goods to people from
Elaine to Oklahoma in U'05. But more especially
do wo thank the people of Orangeburg aud
Orangeburg County for their liberal patronage;
for the.bulk of our business is done in Orange
burg County. "We want to tell you that we are
better prepared to serve you now than ever be
fore. We sell practically every thing in the line
of Music. We can serve you as well as any one
in the business, no matter where they are situa
ted. We handle Pianos of nearly every grade.
They range in price from $185 00 to $1050:00. Here
is the list: Kranich & Bach, Haines Brothers, Milton
and Tonk. We handle the best Organs that can be
bought. Farrand, Carpenter, Bridgeport, and Putnam.
Prices from $35.00 to $f;25 00. Pianos and Organs
sold on easy terms. We keep constantly on hand
a good line of Guitars, Mandolins, Violins, Accor
deons, and Harmonicas. Give us your orders
for Music Books, Sheet Music, Methodist and
Baptist Hymn and Tune Books, Young People's
Hymnals, Nos. 1, 2 and 3. Don't forget that we
handle the world renowned Edison Phonographs
and keep on hand the latest Records in ktrge
quantites. Send for our catalogue of 10c Music.
The Marchant Msicu Co.,
Orangeburg, S. C.
Now is the time to start your Spring seeing. The styles for
spring waists have been established. Never in the history of sep
erate waists was there such a season for white waist as the coming
season promises to be. Dainty Persian Lawn, Mercerized Mulls
and Batiste will be used in great quantities and these trimmed with
the exquisite val laces and medallions. We are showing a wonder
ful line of these beautiful white goods and it will pay you to purchase
now so that you can make some pretty waists, while the weather is
pleasant and have them ready for the advent of Spring.
Dainty Persian Lawn.121=2 to 25c
Mercericed French Hall.20 to 25a
45 in French lawn 25 to 60c
72 in Organde. 25c
Beautiful India Lawn.10 to 25c
Sheer Linen Lawn 35 to 60c
NEW CURTAIN SWISS.
Just opened an exquisite lino of dainty curtain swiss. The
grade is full yard wide, washable swiss with rich stripe in pink,
green, blue and red. Very efiective and very durable. A pret
ty curtain at a very low Drice. Buy early.
10 cents a yd.
Notice to Trespassers.
I LL PERSONS ARE HEREBY
J\. forbidden to hunt, fish, cut wood,
haul straw or in any way trespass'
upon my land in Zion and Orange
Townships. MBS. S. E. SANDBR8,
1-31-4* Orangeburff, S. C.
A LL PERSONS ARE HEREBY
iV warned not to tres-pass upon my
lands in East Caw Ca.v Township.
Persons persisting in so doing will Le
dealt with according to law.
1-314* j ? B. Hajoion,
Increase cf Capital Stock.
BY RESOLUTION OF THE
Board of Directors of the Orange
burgCocn '\)la Bottling Company, a
meeting Lhe stockholders of said
Comoany is hereby called to be held
at tlioolllce of Moss & Lirle. attorneys"
at Orangeburg on Friday, Febimy
16th,at4.o'clock P.M.,for the pur
pose ol consideringaresolution autho
rizing an increase of the Capital:
Stock of the said Company to Six:
Thousand Dollars. P. M. Smoak,
January 18th, 1906. President*. J