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Best In the World. :
To The Most Complete Stock of
Boy's and Young Men's Spring Clothin;
Ever Shown In the City of Orangeburg.
All the new styles and colors in Spring Oxfords for Lidies, Misses and Babies are
n w in stock. Boy's knee' pants, warranted not to rip, for 50(% best tor the price
GEO V. ZEIGL?JR.
P. S. Special agents for Zeigler Bros, fine shoes and oxfords for ladies, misses and babies. W. L. Douglass' shoes for men a d boys.
Hort la a itaai-wa}.
Tbe C?luGuOia State says "Mr. Gao.
L. Baker, who was painfully It juxed
by being thrown from a runaway at
Oraageburg Tuesday afternoon, If
improving and is ezpeoted to be sbl?
to leave his room in a day or two. Mr.
Baker, Dr. J J Watson, Dr E. M
Wbaley and Mr. Brown Hyatt were
returning fmm a bunt sbout four
miles from Orancreburg when the ac
cident in which Mr. Baker was injur
ed, occurred. Mr. Hyatt and Mr
Baker weie in a buggy together anc
in some way one of the shafts broke j
and the vehicle ran upon the horse. '
The animal became frightened and
dashed cff throwing, both of them out
and dragging Mr. Baker some dis
tanoe. -He received a severe blow on
one of his eves and three ugiv cuts on
the back of his head besides being
badly bruised about the body. Mr.
Hyatt's back was badly wrenohed and
he.was otherwise bruised. He ha?
sufficiently recovered to be out on tbe
. streets. The physiolans did even -
thing possible for them and ail re
turned to the city after the accident
on the night train.
Former Monk to Marry.
Joseph Graham, who spent 25 yea*s
of his life as a Trappist monk in in*
monastery at New Maliory, Iowa, and
left that institution a year ago on al
special dispensation oi tbe pope, is t*
marry Mrs. Dora Colbert, a young
widow of Dubuque. Tbe Trappists
have rigorous rules. Tne members
never leave the monastery, and hold
conversations among themselves for <
only an hour each week. Twenty-six
years ago Graham, then a young man,
took the vows of silence and entered
the monastery. A year ago the head
of the society askad his release, so ,
he could go back into the world to i
market a patent wpgon body wbioh i
the monks had patented. Since then 1
Graham has lived in Duboque where t
he became acquainted with Mrs. Ccl- ?
berfc. The marriage will take place i
in the spring. | I
Starving t<> D?arh
Because her stomach was so weaken- ,
ed by useless drugging that she couid
not eat, Mrs. Mary H. Walters, cf St.
Clair St., Columbus, 0., was literally '
staiving to death. She writes: "My J
stomach was so weak from useless I
drugs that I could not eat, and my ?
nerves so wrecked that 1 could not
sleep; and not before I was given up .
to die was I enduced to try electric ,
Bitters; with the wonderful result .
that improvement began at once, and
acomplete cure followed." Best health 1
Tonic on earth. 50c. Guaranteed by
Guaranteed ac J. G.? Wannama<cer I
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Wanted Parkhurst iilhed.
The report of alleged plot to kill ,
&3v. Charles H. Parkhurst ' was made ?
public in Njw York Wednesday. Mr.
ParKbursb has been prominent for j
years as a pi 1 ce reformer. It is un
dPtitiXid tba? the dlstrtot attorney^
(ffiae ?:ss prepared to summons sever
al witnesses in connection with this
plot, which is said to have originated
because of a raid made nn a disorderly
house by agents of the Parkhurst so-'
ciety some time ago According to
the report, a man has been hired to
club Dr. Parkhurst at the drst op
portunity presenting itselr. Dr.
Parkhurst refused to either confirm or
deny the report._
Arrested for Murder.
At Dotban, Ala., dispatch say a
sensation in the Christmas murder
case occurred when a det< otive who
has quiet 1 v engaged in the matter,
came to D itban from near Cambell
ton, Fla., the scene of the crime, and .
arrested Walter Holland, a soc-lc-'aw !
of the murdered man, and Mrs. Hol
land, tbe murdered man's daughter.
Tne murder of Judge Christmas,
his wife and son was one of the most
revolting crimes in tne history sf this
section. Tbe victims were killet
while sleeping in their home near
Cottnwood, and their- bodies were
found the next day lying in pools of
their own blood. The murder occurr
ed about two months ago.
$100?Dr E Oi c.tion'? Aml-Deuretlc
may be worth to you more than 8100
if you have a child that soils the bed
ding from incontinence of water dur
ing sleep. Cures young and old alik*.
It arrests the trnuhle at one*. 91.
Sold by Lv.vman & Lovman, Orangc
burg, S. C.
A crazy old negress testified recent
ly that Memphis, Tenn. would sink
out of sight on tbe 27 ,h of March an .
the neg'oes tf that cltv are leaving
the city by hundreds every day. The
railroads have aaracged for excursion
trains out of the city the 26th, to
return the 28th if the c ty is stU
HAS STOOD THE TESTES YEARS
The old original Grove's Tastless Coill
TiDlc. You k'-ow <vi>at you are takJ
Ing. It is iron and qu line Ina rast
less form. No i uro. Ni pav. 50c.
Never say die! Try 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 & Lowman,
Ii a man loves a maid, 5 If a maid loves a man, ? If they marry,
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! THAT'S OUR BUSINESS.
We carry the largest and best stock and at lowest prices.
rs & Williams
Laborer Crushed to Death.
William Wilson, colored, an cm
aloye of the Chlcora Phosphate comp
any, was crushed' last Thursday be
tween two cars, dying instantly. He
was loading a car when another car
was being pushed by sever? 1 laborers
Into position for loadi?g. Wilson was
between the cars that he was loading
and the approaching car, but he seem
ed to be unaware of its approach and
was horribly mang ed The f mpty car
was pushed back and tbe brdy extric
ated, being sent to his home on Nas
sau street. The coroner found no
ola me cn the men who shoved the
sirpty car up in r.nfortunate man and
tbey v. ere not. arrested. This is the
*ec f nd death from margling in three I
*ayh. the elevator conductor of the |
Rwal B^g and yarn factory having
met his death in being crushed on
ru-s-iay between the elevator and
the tloor ..
In a r-e*don collision between ' twr
^"ins at Bon Am , near Lake Charles,
La., on Tbursnay Fireman Waddell
t?as Instantly killed and the two engl
r???rs T.-rfo fatplin Injured
With Irritating Skin Humor?Whole
Body Affected?Scalp Itched All
the Time and Hair Began to Fall
1 Out?Wonderful Result From
"I am never without Cuticura Soap
and Cuticura Ointment since I tried
them last summer. About the latter
part of July my whole body began to
itch. I did not t:\ke much notice of it
at first, but it began to get worse all the
time, and then l began to get uneasy
and tried all lands of batlis and other
remedies that were recommended for
skin humors; but I became worse all
the time. My hair began to fall out and
my scalp itched all the time. Espe
cially at night, just as soon as I would
get in bed and get warm, my whole body
would begin to itch and my finger nails
would keep it irritated, and it was not
long before I could not rest night or day.
A friend asked me to try the Cuticura
Remedies, and I did, and the first appli
cation helped me wonderfully. For
about four weeks I would take a hot
bath every night and then apply the
Cuticura Ointmeni to my whole body;
and I kept getting better, and by the
time I used four boxes of Cuiicura I was
entirely cured, and my hair stopped
falling out, but I continue to use the
Cuticura on my scalp. It keeps all dan
druff out and scalp is always clean. I
always use Cuticura Ointment on my
face after shaving, und have found
nothing to equal it. I will never be
without it." D.KBlankenship,
319 N.Del. St.,
Oct, 27, 1905. " Indianapolis, Ind.
mbb to i mm
"I have used Cuticura Ointment for
chafing of infants, and as they grew
older all skin diseases were given treat
ment with that ai;d the Cuticura Soap.
I never found it necessary to call a doe
tor, us these Remedies are a sure cure,
if used as directed. I urn glad t o recom
mend them to all mothers." Sincerely
yours, Mrs. F. A. Kennard,
June 21, 1905. St. Paul Park, Minn.
Cuticura Soap,Ointment,and T'l ll ere anlil throughout
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Tho Earning Pow*>r ot Money.
In a recent article in "Success," Henry Clews
says, "Money renresents the efforts of man."'
if one has a million dollars hn can for a day,
control a foroe equal to a million men. Every
dollar one saves gives practical control of the
services of one mao for a day. The man who
has the ability and strength to save money can
make these moneys work for him as if they
were men. '1 hequestionis HOVVand WHEhE
can it be used to the greatest advantage? If
you invest it at small rate of interest, you sim
ply give someone else theopporti nity of mak
ing your monoy earn ra'jney for them; if you
spend it, all possibility of aiding it work for
you is lost.
One hundred dollars invested at 10 per cent
interest'will earn in n jear as ni"ch us sixteen
men working for you one day. It is. howevor,
possible to make one hum red dollars do the
work of ten, fifty or even one hundred men; it
depi 'ids on how and where y<u invest it.
Every man is desirous of securing for him
self a competency which will enable him to
enjoy the fruits uf his labor at as early a per
iod in his life as possible. 'This is a problem,
however, which is becoming more diflicult and
more complex each r.
Valuable real estate for sale within the cor
porate limits of St. Matthews. Money inves
ted in real estate in St. Matahews will prove
!not. only a safe investment but will double it
self in value within the lew years. For m\o
following property located on main business
n'reet of St. Matthews: propertv known as th?
Philip Richp. operty, on wl ich th?re ia loc ted
three stores, dwelling, ware' house au'l oth r
out buildings. This property also contains ,
valuable lots for business and residonti>il pur- .
poses. Prii'e very low as mrat make prompt
sale. Desirable six room dwelling with out
buildings conveniently located within the in
corporated limits of St. Ma thews, S. C. $1050.
Apply to J. Skottowe Wannamaker, i
St Matthews S. C.
Summons For Relief.
The State of South Carolina, County
of Orangeburg' Court of Common
June Mitchell as executor of the last
will a d testament of John Lewis
Mitchell, deceased, and in his own
right, Binah Pinokeey. L?vinia 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,
Itosabelle Mitchell and John Champev
Defendants Summons For Relief.
To the defendants above named
you arc hereby summoned and requir
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 answf r to the said complaint
on the subscriber at his office Orange
burg, S. C, 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 plaintiff in this action
will apply to the Court for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
Dated Sept. A. D. 1?04.
[l. s.] G. l. salley, O C. C. P.
Ja,S. F. IZLAIt,
To the defendant, James Mitchel1:
Take notice that the summons
in this action, of which the foregoing,
is a copy, was riled in the ollice of the
Clerk of ttie Court of Common Pleas,
at Orangeburg, S. C , the State of
South Carolina on the ? day of Sept.
A. D. 1904.
Jas. F. Izlau,
, 2-15-6t Plaintiffs Attorney.
Orangeburg, S. C, Feb. 14, l?U?.
NOTICE IS HFREBY GIVEN
i Jl> that the County B iard of Control
[at their regular meeting at Orange
? burg, Friday, March 30th, 1906, will
j elect a dispenser and clerk for Oran
. gubuig. Applications must uc in legal
torm. All applications must be t ied
with the board twenty days before the
election and the parties elected must
be prepared to give bond on the day of
their election. Proper b anks can be
had by applying to Mr. \V. G. Alber
gotti, Clerk of Board, with stampei
enveloped. h. C. Paulliko,
M? ELROY - SHANNON
JTOISKr^k.ss wilt., nkvtcr sas.
At $2 50.
Wannamaker, Smoak & Co.
NEW DROP-HEAD MACHINES
sold on easy payments. Good prices allowed for old Machines in
exchange. Second-hand Machines from $5.00 to S15.0U. Also
parts and attachments furnished for all standard makes. Prompt
attention lo mail orders.
New Bicycles Sold on Easy Payments.
Also Bicycle parts ami sundries furnished for all standard makes.
General Repair Shop for Sowing Machines, Bicycles, Guns, Clocks
Give me your work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
J. H. SMITH.
Opposite New Postoffice.
1 A 000 SOFT SHELL PECAN
lUt trees. Prices from !0c to 25c
according to age|and size.
Rowesville, S. C.
and WHISKEY HABIT8
cured at home with
'out pain. Book of par
ticulars sent FREE.
_| B. M. WOOLLEY. M. D.
' Atlanta, ?a. Office KM N. Pryor Street.
I THE DRUG STOKE \
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 J
from the highest grade %
drugs, and the services of o
an experienced Pharma- *|
cist you will send your
Doctor's Prescription to ?;:
J. G. Wannamaker i
5 iff g. Co. i
TO CA FRIENDS f
In Orangeburg and Joining Counties ?
We w?nt to say that we wilt b? 2
in the HORSE and MULE busi- 2
ness this winter for nil we are 9
worth. Also want to call your at- 4
ton Li on to the fact that more than g
ever will w? be in tht BUGGY Z
and WAGON business. We have Z
greatly enlarged this branch of Q
our business, and have owmed a ?
buggy house on Russell Street x
next to the old Postoffico builrling. 5
Here you will find the celebrated a
OLD HICKORY and TEN N ES- 5
SEE WAGONS. A full line of O
Two and One-Horse Wagona ?
When it comes to a display of J
Buggies nnd < arriagea, it wiil +>e 5
full a<>d comp ete. AH the latest g
Ptyles of rubbpr t're goods, both 9
b .II and roller bearings. We has- ?
die the famous BAHCOCK and ?
TYSON and JONES high grade ?
buggies. We will also h>ndle g
medium nnd lower gnidos that will ?
represent full volue for prices 8
asked. You will also find a full $
and complete line of Harness, Lap
Robes, Umbrellas, Whips, Snddlea,
etc. If you will kindly call to see
us and look at our goods, we ace
sure we cun suit you and save yoo
5 Bryant Bros..
For Administrator, Guardians,
Trustees, Receivers, Dispensers. Cash
ier Attachment, or any other position
of trust executed without delav in
the NATIONAL SURETY COM
PANY. Don't ask your friend to
sign your BOND? let us write it for
YOU. Rates reasonable.
Wolfe & Berry,
Phone 155-A ATTORNEYS.
IL. BENNETT. I
J If you are in need of power
? of any kind, call and see me
? about the smooth, running
v> Blakeslee Horizontal En
% gine with throtling gov
erner. Runs as smooth as
a steam engine and is much,
less- trouble It does not
X make thaat pu -^ng noise
that most gas engines
t The Gas Engine Doctor. ?
5 FIFE INSURANCE.
Not cheap insurance, but
insurance that insures you
against all loss by tire or
I do not represpnt small mutuals
with no cpit.':l, who have to assess
the policy holders to cover earn
lo s, but te"i of the oldest a d
strongest compani's doing busi
ness, worth nior; than $100,000,000
and who have paid more than SI,
000,000,000 in losses.
Country dwellings, bans and
outbuildings, together with their
c ntents all writien, and I Imve
satialled customers in evory sec
tion of the county.
Improved gins insured and also
cotton on plantations.
Oltleewith Western Union
Telegrapli Co.. next door to
Dr. J. G. Wannamaker Mfg.
Co., where you will lind me
from 8 a. ra. to 8 p. m.
Olllce Telephone 21,
W. K. SEASE.
Editor Times and Democrat.
I wish to inform the public generally
and my friends in particular, that I
am writing Life Insurance for the
Oldest Chartered Old Line Com
pany in The United States. It
will pay those desiring a policy to see
me before placing their insurance.
ICanCektainly Save Them Money,
and Will Guarantee To Do So If
They Will Give Me a Chance.
H.C. Wannamaker, ?
(At the People's Bank.)