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3 be Tlmks and Democrat, .
-. ? Orangeburg, S. C.
The Times and Democrat has the
i largest circulation of any county paper
in the State.
Judge Prince has decided tbat tbe j
law exempting Confederate veterant>
from the payment of a license tax Is |
The issue this summer will be dis
pensary or no dispensary. If tbe peo
pie want tbe system abolished they
can eleat a legislature to carry oat
tbier wishes and instruot it according
The Times and Domocra&t is in fav
" or of a prohibition law that would
make special pr jvlsions for the en
forcement of the law by the employ
ment of constables in each county. It
would cost money, but it wculd be ef- j
The Legislature has adjourned.
It is to be congratulated more for
what it bas not done than what It has
clone. The real conservative mem
"bers in the Senate and House prevent
ed a great deal of mMchievous legis
lation, for which we are all thankful.
If Turner, the old colored Bishop,
said what he is reported to have said
atMacon, Ga., about the American
flag and this country, he talks more
like an idiot than a sane .man. If be
does lot like the way we do things in
this country why don't he move over
to Africa where he can manage things
to salt himfe f?
The biemial sessions bill bas been
finally disposed of by tbe House re
fusing to pass it. A large majority
of the members voted for it, but it
failed to get the required twe-thirds
vote. The thirty-four members who
killed tbe bill will have a chance next
summer to explain their vote to the
It Is rumered that great pressure
is being brought to bear upon a cer
tain distinguished lawyer of the up
country to get him to enter tbe race
against Senator Tillman on an anti
- dispensary plttform. Should he en
ter the race, we will have the novel
spetaoleof a United States Senator
being eleoted on the whiskey question.
A trolley line from Aiken to the
Santee River via Springfield, Orange
borg and other towns would in our
judgment be a good dividend maker.
It. could connect with;, a line of
steamers on the?Santee and get con
siderable freight to handle in addition
to a good passenger traffic The at
tention of the trolley builders is
hereby called to this route.
Senator Baysor and Representa
tives Herbert, ?Brantley, Dukes and
Caller voted against the bill abolish
ing the State dispensary and es tab
llshing in its place independent coun
ty dispensaries or prohibition as the
several counties voted, t xcept in Char
leston, which bad the.additional op
tlon of adopting a license system. Rep
resentative Banks voted for the bill.
Just forty-one years ago Sherman
and his "bummers" passed through
Orangeburg County on bis march to
the State capital, which he burned.
Orangeburg did not entirely escape
the great incendiary, as all of her
public building were also destroyed by
lire. We bate long slrjce forgiven all
-who participated in that destructive
The Spartanburg Herald says "in
our judgment the South Carolina leg
islature bas shirked a plain duty ant.
betrayed the trust the people imposed
in it by failure to abolish the state
dispensory system." The Herald is
wrong. In the election when the
present legislature was elected tbe
dispensary was endorsed by tbe peo
ple, and the legislature had no right to
go contrary to the expressed wishes of
Last Saturday was the forty-first
anniversary of the burning of Colum
bia by Gen. Sherman. If the old In
cendiary did net repent of the many
acts of wantim cruelty tbat he lr
fltcied on tbe defenceless women and
c ildrcn that he came In contact with
on his march of d?struction though J
Georgia and South Carolina, he is now
being toasted before a fire many thouB- j
and times better than any he ever]
ilndled la burning tbe peaceful homt s J
sji ollt people.
^ Statesmen vs. Generals?
Sir Ian Hamilton, one of the most
prominent and competent of the gen
eral officers of the British army, has
a passage in his recently published
book on the Busso-Japanese war that
is of particular interest to us in
America. Referring to the costly in
terfere of the statesman with gen
eral commanders in the field he
"A statesman has nothing in bis
gift but disaster as soon as he leaves
his own business of creating or obvi
ating wars and endeavors to cunduot
them. The American war, for in
stance, was a war where the feebly
timorous civilian strategy of the Fed
erals was a perpetual and never-fail
ing standby to Its weaker adversary,
while the greatest victory the North
ever-scored was when Jefferson Davis
took a leaf out of Lincoln's book and
had tbe * Ineptitude /to replace that
eompetant, sagacious, careful com
mander, Joseph E. Johnston, by a
mere thrustitg divisional general, in
finitely his inferior in all the higuer
attributes 01 generalship."
The State says Gen. Hamilton is
doubtless of the opinion . with many
of the ablest military critias, that
Johnston bad he been retained in
command of the army at Atlanta,
would eventually hrve rolled Sherman
back, routed, If not annihilated.
There is no doubt about this. Gen.
Johnston was slowly but surely get
ting Sherman farther and farther
away from bis base of supplies, and
when he got the Federal army where
he wanted it Gen. Johnston Intended
to destroy Gen. Sherman's line of
communication and thus force him to
retreat back into Tennessee or toward
the sea coast. It can easily be imag
ined what a predicament this would
have put Gen. Sherman in. Instead I
of conducting an unmolested march j
to the sea as he was allowed to do j
be would have conducted a disastrous I
retreat with the Confederates close on
Gen. Hamilton is not fchs only Brit
ish officer that has commented on tbe
interference of statesmen in the man
agement of our eivil war. Col. Hen
derson in bis admirable "Life of
Stonewall Jackson" gives President
Davis credit for saving Gen. Burn
side's army from annihilation after
tbe battle [of Fredericksburg. He
says it was t ie Intention of Lee and
Jackson to draw Bumslde away from
his fortified position on the opposite
side of the river at Fredericksburg to
the South Anna some twenty miles
and there defeat him and destroy his
army before it could reach Its forti
fied position on the North bank of
the Bappahannrck river. President
Davis overruled Lee and Jackson and
the battle was fought near Fredericks
burg instead of twenty miles away
where it should have been fought
That Burnside's army would have
been destroyed there is now no doubt.
Col. Henderson also says that Gens.
Lee and Jackson so played on the fears
of President Lincoln that they made
him put the Federal armies in posi
tions where they could be defeats 1 in
detail, instead of allowing him to con
Revolutionizing Corn Growing.
The methods by which Mr. E. Mc
Ivar Williamson makes an average
yield of from fife*-two to eiahtj-flvre
bushels of corn to tbe aore, according
to the seasons, are detailed in another
part of this paper. The average
^yield of corn in South Carolina is less
than ten bushels to the acre and as a,
consequence much money made on
the "money crops" so called is sent
out of tbe State to buy corn. The
State says "every farmer knows or
should know Mclver Williamson.
He is absolutely reliable and we are
authorized by Mr. D. R. Coker, editor
of the HartBville Messenger, to say
that Messrs. John T. Rogers, R. H
Rogers, T. F. Wallace, James Mein
tosh and many ether progressive fai
mers of Darlington, county have adop
ted Mr. Williamsons method and "prc
flted greatly thereby. Several of Mr
Williamson's neighbors, who, like
him, used to buy corn, now sell it
It Is only after much persuasion that
Mr. Williamson has presented hi.
method to the public; he is inspired
solely by tbe belief that, having so
firmly established the practicability
of his tbeorles as to make results ap
pear to him a certainy, it is a patri
otic duty for him to give the South
ern people the benefit of bis invest!
gallons We hope every paper in the
South will give publicity to Mr. Wi -
liamson'H method of growlrg corn, so
th*t experiments ? will be made in
every community this spring" We
hope some of the farmer's in this
county who, we feel sure, will try
Mr. Williamson's plan, will give the
public the benefit of the result of the
experiment through these columrB
Those who are in a position to know
say that the speculating in the cotton
futures in the South for the past few
weeks has been enormous, and that it
has resulted In a loss to ihls sectioj ot
at la ist one hundred million dollars.- It
maybe more or it may be le.ss. At
any rate the loss is appalling. We
are sorry to say that Suuib Carolina
oomes in for her full share of this loss,
and it is a deplorable fact that man>
farmers have rushed headlong Into
this speculating cataolysm, throwing
chelr bard earned dollars Into the lap.,
of the despoilerB of thier prosperity,
and may be, integrity. This wild, avei -
icious, frenzied spirit, to get some
thing for nothing, has long prevailed
in our cities and towns, among the se
who bet on the future price of cotton
and other farm products, but not un
til quite recently has its baneful in
fluences reached out Into the country
to any extent. The slogan has jone
ftrfh from the Southern Cotton As
sociation that the speculators, gam
biers and manipulators of cotton prices
to the injury of the producer must te
driven out. This was the rallying cry
of the cotton growers and business
men of the South when they met to
organize the Southern Cotton Associa
tion, and the South, would be millions
of dollars better eff each year if it was
carried out by all our people.
Ti?man and the Senate.
The Columbia R?eord prints an in
terview with a prohibitionist, who
predicts that Senator Tillman will be
opposed for re-election this summer
by Dr. Geo. B. Cromer cf Newberry.
The Spartanburg Journal, which is
not over fond of Tillman, gives this
very sensible advice to Dr. Cromer,
who it says is a busy mah. The Jour
nal says Dr. Cromer will do well to
consider carefully the sacrifice of his
time and energies in such a oontest,
as Mr. Tillman is^goicg to - ~ain in
the United States sens' it is a
fact, recognized of necessity even by
his enemies, that he Is the most force
full and useful man the state could
send there. He Is not only a nation
al figure, but raxks with the half
dozen strongest men in the country.
Despite his Interference in a local con
test at home *hich his office has
nothing to do with, and which eon
duct is the same he condemned in
Senator Hampton, his personal force
and intellectual strength and ability
and great itfluonce in public affairs
insure his return for a third term and
so far as can be seen now for as long
as he lives to represent South Caro
lina in the United States senate." Dr.
Cromer- or any other aspirant for
Senator Tillman's place will do well
to heed these words of warning.
Who He Is.
The Hartsville Messenger says "we
hope every farmer of Darlington coun
ty will plant and cultivate a few acres
of corn by Mr. E. M. Williamson's
method this year. There is no ques
tion, In our mind that this section can
by this method raise at a profit more
corn than it consumes, and the de
tailed plan by which this may be done
is a gift to the farmers of inestimat
able value. To those who do not know
the character and reputation of Mr,
E. M Williamson (and there are few
who do not in this seotion) we would
say that he is not only the foremost
com raiser in Darlington county, but
the foremost tobacco raiser as well.
He is one of the few farmers of this
section who makes crop raising a
scientific study, and those who know
what he has accomplished in the past
will not hesitate to follow his lead."
As we publish on the eighth page Mr.
Williamson's artiole about corn rais
ing, we take pleasure in reproducing
the above here to let our farmers know
what manner of man he is. Our farm
ers should try his corn plan.
-j 00 ACRE FARM UPPER DOR
1 ehester county, 7 miles from StJ
George and 51 from Reevesville, on
R. F. D. Dwelling house and barn on
place. A good, investment for $800.
Address J. E. Patrick, 341 Stow Ave.,
Greenville, S. C, or call on
2-22-1* St. George, S. C.
State of South Carolina, County of
Orangeburg. By Robt, E. Copes,
Esquire, Probate Judge.
Whereas, Benjamin Esau, hath
made suit to me, to grant him Letters
of Administration of the Estate of and
effects of Benjamin Esau, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and Creditors of the said diceased,
that they be and appear before me, in
the Court of Probate, to be held at Or
angeburg C. H., on March 3rd, 1906
next after publicaf ion thereof at 11
o'clock in the forenoon, to show cause,
if any they have, why the said Admin
istration should not be granted.
Given under ray Hand the 17th day
of February Anno Domini, 1906.
2-22 Robt. E. Copks.
[l. s.] Judge of Probate.
Summons For Relief.
The State of South Carolina, County
of Orange burg. Court of Common
Savannah Grocery Company, a cor
puration duly chartered under and by
virture of the laws of the State of
Georgia, Plaintiff against A. L. Sol -
mons, Bank of Orangeburg, a corpora
tion of the laws of the State of South
Carolina, Samuel Meinhard, M. H.
Schaul, and Henry S. Meinhard, co
partners doing business under the firm
name of Meinhard, Schaul & Co., De
fendants. Copy Summons. For Re
lief. (Complaint Served )
Tc the defendants above named you
are hereby summ med and required to
answer the complaint in this action of
which a copy is herewith served upon
you, and to serve acopy of your auswer
to the said complaint on the subscrib
er at his office Orangeburg, S. C,
within twenty days after the service
hen of; exclusive of the day of such
i service; and if you fail to answer the
complaint within the tinv? aforesaid,
the plain'ill' in this action will apply
to the Court for the relief demanded
in I he complaint.
Dated February 20th, 190?.
To Samuel Meinhard, M 11. Schoul
and Henry S. Meinhard, co-partners,
trading as Meinhard, Schaul' & Co.,
not-resident defendants: please take
notice that the summons, of which a
copy is hereto annexed was tiled in the
otliCM of the Clerk of Court, for Orange
burg County, State of South Carolina,
on the twentieth day of February,
1906. A. W. Summers,
2-22-6 Plaintiff's Attorney.
C Says President Roosevelt
"Itisof inca! enable consequence to the
man himself that he should be sober arid
temperate, and it is of even more conse
quence to als wife and his children; for ft is
a hard and cruel fact that In this life of ours
the sins of the man are often visited most
heavUy upon those whose welfare should be
his one special care."?President Roosevelt
to the Miners at Wilkesbarre, Fa.
Cures Whiskey and Beer Habit,
ORRINE is the only guaranteed cure for
the drink habit, can be used at home, and
destroys entirely the craving for drink,
without publicity or loss of time. It quick
ly destroys the craving' for intoxicants,
steadies the nerves, restores the appetite
and gives refreshing sleep.
To cure without patients knowledge bay
ORRINE No. Ii for voluntary treatment,
buy ORRINE No. 2. Price, SI per box.
, Cure Effected or Money Refunded.
'a registered guarantee in each box. Boole
on "Drunkenness" (polled) mailed free on
request. All correspondence confidential.
ORKINE mailed (soaled) on receipt of price
by the ORRINE co., Inc., Washington.
D. c, or sold in this city by 38
WA'NTED: A DESIRABLE AND
energetic representative tor the
Aetna Life Insurance Company for
Orangeburg County The Aetna has
asset* o' $79.247,504.32 and writes all
forms of participating life and endow
ment policies, also all forms of low
priced non-participating policies. A
renumerative contract will oe given to
a good man. R. J. Blalock, Mcrr.
2-22-2 Columbia. S. C.
Notice of Final Discharge.
State of South Carolina, County cf
Orangeburg. In Common Pleas.
J. J.Fairey, et al.,etc., Plaintiffs,
against John P. Fersner, et al., Defen
By virture of authority vested in me,
all creditors against the estate of Jos
eph P. Fersner, deceased, are required
to prove their respective demands be
fore me, at Orangeburg Court House,
S. C.,on or before March 13 1906, or be
debarred pavment. Robt. E. Copes,
Judge of Probate, as Special Referee,
Feb. 20, 190G.
I STALLION. ?
8 My South Carolina High $
51? Bred Stallion, w
I PRINCE A. I
m will stand at my farm in &
$ Rocky Grove Township, the j4
5jt first four days of each week, w
a* Ten Dollars to insure with jjf
I foal. _ I
jj! Eggs from Choice Barred jj!
?jt Ply moth Rock Fowls at 81.00 g
>? per setting of 13.
2 J. ELVIN KNOTTS,
m ' The Surveyor, w
? R. F. D. No. 1, U
J 2-22-6ms* " Neese, S. C. Z
Summons For Relief.
The State of South Carolina, County
of Urangeburg' Court of Common
JunelMitchell as executor of the last
will a d testament of John Lewis
Mitchell, deceased, and in his own
right, Binah Pinckeey, Lavinia Mor
gan, Mary Buckner, Mary Mitchell,
David Mitchell and Henry Mitchell,
Plaintiffs against Jack Jones, James
Mitchell, Abram Jones, Charles Mit
chell, Ab Mitchell, Annie Mitchell,
Rosabelle Mitchell and John Champey
Defendants Summons For Relief.
(Complaint Served.) I
To the defendants above named
you arc hereby summoned and reijuir
ed to answer the complaint in this
action, of which a copy is herewi h
served upon you, and to serve a copy
of your answ? r to the said complaint
on the subscriber at his office Urange
burg, S. C, within twenty days after
the service hereof, exclusive of the
day of such service; and if you fail to
aiswer the complaint witbinthe time
aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action
will apply to the Court for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
Dated Sept. A. D. 1904.
[l. s.] G. L. Salley, O. C. C. P.
Jas. F. Izlar,
To the defendant, James Mitchel':
Take notice that the summons
in this action, of which the foregoing,
is a copy, was filed in the office of the
Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas,
at Orangeburg, S. C, the State of
South Carolina on the ? day of Sept.
A. D. 1904.
Jas. F. I/.lar,
2-15-6t Plaintiffs Attorney.
Orangeburg, S. C, Feb. 14, 1606.
Notice to 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, 190U, 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 Administratrix of the Es
t?te of Joseph L. Burke, deceased.
O TRAY ED FROM MR. LEWIS
O Dantzler, near Bowman, about the
llth of November, a lar^e black sow,
with split in tne left ear: Any inior
mation abonu her will bj thankfully
received by Albert Glovjcr,
2-14-2* Bowman, S C.
fVNE HUNDRED AND FIFTY
WBushels Peterkin improved cotton
seed at 1.45 per 100 lbs. at my place.
J. C Abant,
M5-4* Elloree, S . O,
to call and inspect, our early
SPRING OFFERINGS in
Fancy Dry Goods,
Our entire- stock is absolutely
new,, and well selected and our
prices las lowfcs the lowest.
We bcpe to merit a portion of
your patronage and will appre
ciate an opportunity to show and
price you our goods. It
1000 Orangeburg County men and
women have money ondeposit with
us. Your account is invited.
The St. Matthew's Savings Bank,
St. Matthews, S.'-C
Established In 1889.
Individual responsibility.$ 68,000.00
Resources as shown by sworn
statement Dec. 30,1905.... 232.763.72
We will loan you money on personal
We will loan you money on endorsed
We will make farm loans for you at
We will take your money on deposit
for safe keeping".
We will take your money on deposit
in our savings department at 4 per
cent compound interest.
If you have money to save, or money
to invest, or if. you wish to borrow
money, it will pay you to come and
J. Skottowe Wannamaker. .President,
J. E. Wannamaker.Vice Presiden,
C. R. James.Cashier,
Ularance P. Zeigler.Asst. Cashier.
Dr. W. T. C. Bates; J. Arthur Banks;
Jno. E. WannaMaker; H. A. Raysor;
F. J. Buyck; M. Jarecky; J. E. Wan
While this bank is strictly a home
institution, its stock being owned by
people living in this part of Orange
burg County, still it is doing business
in all parts of the County.
Fonr Per Cent.
interest allowed from
date of deposit.
king street. Oppoelte Hasell.
Charleston, b. C.
John B. Reeves, President.
1-31 3m R. B. Gilchrist. Cashier.
Watches and Clocks
repaired in tirst-class manner
and at reasonable rate. Why
not patronize an old Confeder
ate soldier? Why not patron
ize an old man that will save
you money? Vt hy 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.
A. D. Powers, Jeweler
A. Piano or Organ For You.
To the head of every family who is ambi
tious for the future and education of his chil
dren, we have a Special Proposition to make.
No article in the home shows the evidence
of oulture that does a Piano or Organ. No ac
complishment gives as much pleasure or is of
as great value in after life as the knowledge
of music und the ability to piny well.
Our Small Payment Plai s makes owner
ship of a high gnv'e Piano or Organ easy.
Juat a few dollars down and a small payment
each month or quarterly or somi -annually and
the instrument is yours, o
Write us today for Catalogues and our Spec
ial Proposition of Easy Payments.
Addrep Jflalone s Music On.,
Columbia. S. C.
AFEW F?LL BLOOD CHTCK
ens of the following breeds for
sale: Barred and Bull Plymouth
Rock, Light Bramers, Cornish Indian
Game. S. C. Brown Leghorns, Cock
erels. $1.50 to ?3.00 each; Pullets 61.00
to $2.50 each as to quality; Peken
Drakes, $2.00 each. Good stock.
Oak Grove Poultry Yards,
1- 17-6 Elloree. S. C.
ATOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
ll taht on Ma-ch 13.190?, applica
tion will be made to the State Farm
er's Alliance Exchange of South Caro
lina for a renewal of Stock Certificate,
No. 16?, issued to Snell'sSub Alliance,
No. 713, of Orangeburg County, S. C,
the same having been lost
O. ?. RlLEY,
2- 15-4* County Trustee Stockholder.
Notice of Ffnal Discharge.
ON THE 24TII DAY OF FEBRTJ
ary, 1906, the undersigned will tile
her final account as administratrix of
the estate of Joseph L. Burke, deceas
ed, with 4.he Judge of Probate for
Oranueburg County, South Carolina,
and will thereupon apply for her final
discharge as such administratrix.
Mus. H A. Burke,
Qualified Administratrix, Estate of
Joseph L. Burke, deceased. l-.'il-4
Hay and Graio.
MERCHANTS IN THE neighbor
ing towns, buying Hay or Grain
will save money by buying through
me. 1 represent an old reliable tirni
of Nashville. Respectfully
1-10-4-m Fred F.Pooser
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
during 1905. . We sold goods to people from
Maine to Oklahoma in 1005. But more especially
do we 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 tho 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 Puinum.
Prices from $3S 00 to $125 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 Edi?on Phonographs
and keep on hand the latest Records in large
quantites. Send for our catalogue of 10c Music.
The Marchant Msicu Co.,
Orangeburg, S. C.
! GET BUSY. '
Only a few more days in February and then
comes March?the beginning of Spring. Have
you a pretty shirt wa [fit suit ready for the early
Spring days? Or have you a nice new b lack shirt
to wear with that pretty white waist you have just
finished. Don't delay gettiDgthese Springrequisites
ready. There is do excuse to offer why oushoul d
not do this shopping now:
We are Proud of the Shewing we are Now Making of
Materials Suitoble for Shirt Waists Suits and Skirts.
Chiffon Panamaan exqui8Ite woolen fabric'8heer yet
strong, stiff enough to plaid nicely, yet
Beautiful black full 45 inches wide
solf enough to hang gracefully. Ask to see it. ?jjQfg
rUlftnit |iAU ,!? every one hnows how well Mohair goods
111 I llOn ?lOnair WM wear, this Chiffon Mohair combines
the excellent wearing qualities of Mohair with the rich draping
qualities of Chiffon. A skirt or suit of this material would
give magnificent service. Full forty-five inch wide QEf?*?
veiy pretty black.v OUCIS.
a very find black brilliantine that has the luster and
JllKwlIC richness of taffeta silk, yet will not split or crush, a
material that will make a handsome skirt or dress suitable lor
all occasions, a cloth admired by everyone and being ?j
freely bought by shrewd shoj pers. 01?UU?
Sillr Pi nich Raffet a This is the most P?Pular 8??ds .to'
Jllh. i iJIIMI DullMw day for handsome yet inexpensive
dresses. The fabric is beautiful, rich in finish, eoft and ser
viceable. We show exquisite shades of pink, baby blue, lav
ender, pearl gray reseda, champagne, marine blue, EO.#?4e
chestnut brown and rich black. Eull 38 in. wide?
Notice to Trespassers.
A LL PERSONS ARE HEREBY
J\ forbidden to hunt, fish, cut wood,
Cotton French Flannels worth 12 cents they are pro
ducing material made of (otton that looke like and wears like g%
wool goods. These beauiiful goods are shown iu very pretty
check-in the so popular gray and blue effects. You would w
really be surprised to see what beautiful dresses these Oft.?*?
goods make aud the price is only.?UwlD?
Tk?lore Mais* ?
ALL PERSONS ARE HEREBY
warned not to tres-pass upon my
haul straw or in any way trespass lands in East Caw Caw Town;lip
upon my landjn Zion and Orange: Persons persisting;in so doing will be
Townships Mrs! S. E. Sanders, I dealt *1rj, according to law.
1-31-4* Orangeburg, S. ?. 5 i'31"4* J.B.Hammo*,