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Baggies and Wagons
ALWAYS IN STOCK.
Oscar R. Lowraan,
W. G. Smith
(Successor to Jno. A. Hamilton
Sr. and Jr. whose Insurance
Books we have.)
WE represent Fourteen (14) of the
Largest Fire Ins. Go's, in the United
We take Fire, Tornado and Plate
<Jlass risks at the lowest possible cost
to the assurred.
Give us your business and if we
please you, toll your friends, if we dc
not please you, tell us.
Office, second story Louis Building
Southwest Corner Russell and Marke'
streets, Orangeburg, S. C
Phone No. 53. Ask Central to rim
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A perfect Remedy for Constipa
tion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,
Worms Convulsions Jeverish
ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
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EXACT COPVOF WBAEFSB,
For Infants and Children.
iThe Kind You Have
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* Goods well bought are half sold, is an argument' that-will always hold good.
country's greatest artist.
]f you want the better class of goods don't stand on a few cents, but get
4> the real thing at first and avoid the make-shift business.
4? stock consists of high grade furniture. I also carry a complete line of
* that sells on price without argument.
It pays to look around if you want to keep posted on the latest designs.
There is no doubt about a great revolution in the furniture business
Cheap and Medium Furniture
ORANGEBURU, S. C.
? that possesses origional style and properly finished. Furniture that is made from ?8?
2 the best raw material that can be secured. Furniture that is designed by' the j?
The fellow who buys entirely on price commonly has to buy againlpretty
Now don't misconstrue this aduertisement; I dont mean that my entire ^
The new Laxative
(hat does not grips
Pleasant to talte
Stomach and Liver
. Laxative Fruit Syrup chrolT^ation.
For Sale by Dr. A. C DUF^S.
WHAT GAME IN
?TO POLICX HOLDERS IN THIS
I STATE FROM'
Life JnsTii&nce Ccmpsnies. Ecme
thii g Over Two Million Dol
lars Faid to Them.
Toe Journal, the Insurance .press,
las sent out advance sheets of its
aext Issue containing: much interest
log information as to life insurance
premiums paid during 1005, together
with other data of importance from a
.statistical point of view. The figures
ire not comparative. They show
what the various companies have paid
out by counties In various states, for
different periods, but there are no
JgureB as to bow much was reoelv?d
oy the companies. Nevertheless, here
ire some facts which are fresh and
interesting. Amongst cities receiving
largest payments on account of pre
miums N^w York naturally leads
-lib 826 785 797 Charleston stands
fifty-firtn in toe list, of 198, that city
aving received 8405,649 In settle
ments of life policies of all kinds.
Uhat city, also, stands fifty-fourth
imoDg 100 other cities with New.York
it the top, in the amount of life
insurance carried, the figures being
840,000.000. New O'leans, Atlanta,
Riobmond, Dallas, Memphis have a
tew millions ahead of that city, hut in
proportion to population Charleston
is away ahead of any other Southern
jlty in the amount of life lnsurance
;arried by her citizms. Standing
if tieth she also exceeds in the amount
chat of many larger Northern cities.
According to The Insurance Press'
dgures South Carolina received in
1905 82 123,643 in claims on' accouut
? life insurance distributed in varl
jus cities and towns as follows:
Abbeville. 8 3 310
Alken. . 6 000
Anderson . ..s. 42 667
Barnwflll. 4 575
Batesburg. 3 000
Bith. 2 230
Bennettsville. 88 662
Bethel. 3 250
Blshopville . 3 000
Blackstock. 2 565
Bonham. 3 0U0
Oamden . 29.104
Catarrh. 2 000
Charleston. 405 649
Oheraw. 18 000
Chester. 13 096
Chesterfield. 2 690
Jltnton. 6 500
Olover. 2 401
jogburn. 3 000
Columbia. 80 122
Dilion. 4 375
Dorn. 3 100
Due West. 7 000
EurlyBratci. 6 500
Eigefleld. 6 500
Fairview. 4 500
Florence. 4 500
F.rk. 4 000
Fountain Inn.. 4 100
(J.sorge town. 12150
Greenwich . 4 066
Greenwood. .... 4,0u0
SanDah. 3 000
3artsvill9.,. 8 800
fcTeath Springs. 4 000
'lolly Hill. 4 000
fohn's Island. 7.000
Johnston. 3 148
.f.?ne3ville. 8 900
K-rahaw. 6 000
Lake City. 3 ('52
Lancaster. 15 229
Lat^a. 3 000
Duirens. 6 600
Little Rock. 3 820
Lookhart. 3 650
Liwodesville. 3 000
Vl'?eting Soreet . 2 000
vlldenrorf. 2 000
Vlouitrievhle. 2 100
?6. Pleasant. 19 533
VUwb*rry. 28 500
Newport. 2 248
N?w Z .ou . 2.000
iJacolet. 9 000
Pinola. 4 500
P.\rl*r. 3 000
P lz?r. 7 086
Pic-tens. 8 9 70
Piodmont. 3 000
R-fidy River eactory. 2 00u
limn. 2 000
R.ckHiil. 6 9)1
?uhv. 3 90C
St. Mannews. 4 000
Saody Flat . 6 5<m
scol la. 3 oci
S^miiiOie. 2 2-10
War 4tr*triHt C Mi?niiip'4on
All nations are endeavoring to
check the ravages of consumption
the "white plague" that claims so
many victims each year. Fole.ys. Hon
ey and Tar cures coughs and colds per
fec .ly ?nd you are in no danger of con
sumption. Do not risk your health bv
taking some unknown preparation
when Foley's Honey and Tar is safe
and certain in results. Ask for Fo
ley's Honey and Tar and insist upon
having it. Dr. A. C. Dukes.
Twenty-three hundred million
bushels of wheat are required annual
ly by the 517,000,000 breadeators of
E zima, scald heads, hives, itchnes
of the skin of any sort,' instantly re
lieved, permanently cured. Doan's
ointment. At any drug store,
BLOWN TO PISCES.
Shot Dead by an Intended Victim of
Russian bomb throwers are at work
In different pans of the Empire. At
Tiflls while G jv. Gen. Timcseieff and
Ohlef of Police Marfcinoff were driving
Sunday, bombs were thrown at them.
Neither was Injured, but a Cossack
belonging to their escort was killed.
The crime was a .tempted in the cen
ter of the town a few rods from the
scene of the assassination of Gen.
Griaznoff, chief of staff of the viceroy
of the Caucasus, who was killed by a
bomb explosion, Jan. 29 last. Gen.
Tlmcsifefl and Chief of Police Martin
i ff were riding in separate carriages.
Tney were on their way to attend the
coronation anniversary Te Deum at
the cathedral. Two himbs were
thrown simultaneously, one of them
failing to explode. Chief of Police
Marttnoff, who was riding with his
revolver In hand, shot and instantly
Silled one of trie terrorists, out the
ether esc-ped. Gov. Gen. Timoseieff's
coachman was wounded,
At Sebastopal .several bombs were
thrown Sunday while a review of
troops was being held after the Te
Daum in oelebrition of the anniver
sary of the emperor V coronation.
Eleven persons were killed inoluding
rive cbildran and several wounded.
Among the wounded were the com
mander of the fortress, Gen. Naplueff,
ho received slight hurts, and the
chief of police, who was gravely injur
ed. Other high dignitaries escaped.
Vice Admiral Chouknin, commanding
the Blaok Sea fleet, who is & speoial
subject foi terrorist revenge, was not
present. Four of the bomb throwers
^At St. Petersburg M. Shataloff,
warden of the city prison, was shot
four times Sunday and mortally woun
ded by an 18-year-old youth, who was
executing a social revolutionists sen
tence in revenge for Shatalcff's bad
treatment of political prisoners. The
assassin whosi name is Skntllmin,
killed a begger who tried to stop him
but afterwards was arrested.
To a Smart Property Owner:
Painting is practical work. Skill
wins. It's the same with paint making
You know 4 gallons L. & M. mixed
with 3 gallons Linseed Oil makes
enough paint for a moderate sized
house?the best paint m^ney can buy
?because the L & M. Z'.no ardens
L. & M. Wnlte Lead and makes the
L. & M. Paint wear like iron.
ttuy L. & M. and don't pay $1.50 a
gallon for Linseed Oil, as you do in
ready for-use paint, but buy oil fresh
from the barrel at 60 cents, and mix
with the L. & M.
Actual cost L. & M. about 81.20
Sold by J. G. Wannamaker Mfg.
Co , Orangeburg, S. S. Shep P=arl
stein, St. Matthews, S. C
According to a report that has
reached officers at Spartanburg a hor
rible fate was meted out to a fruit
tree salesman by moonshiners in the
Dirk Corner. According to the story
the unfortunate man, who was selling
trees In that territory was suspected
jf being a revenue effi nr in disguise,
and one night last week be was entic
ed from a house where he boarded and
taken into the woods by a party of t
dozen or more mountaineers. After
tying the man to a log a sharp knife
In the hands of one of the number was
used in infllo?ing lrjuries too horrible
tor pubi c ttion. It is learned that
the victim of the m loushiners' wrath
has since died. It later developed that
che man was an agent of a fruit tree
concern, as he claimed, and that he
oad no purpose to spy on the business
of the residents of the mountainous
Plrartmj PoHy'fl ti'?n?-y And Tar.
Foley's & Co., Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
emedy. and on account of the great
merit and popularity of Foley's Honey
and Tar many imitations are offered
for the genuine. These worthless imi
tations have similar sounding names.
Beware of them. The genuine Foley's
Honey and Tar is in a yellow packages
Ask for it and refuse any substitute.lt
is the best remedy for coughs and colds.
Dr. A. C. Dukes.
Five persons, all connected' with
me of the prominent families ol
?James county, Tennessee, were drown
ed Saturday afternoon in the Tennes
?e river. The cuaslrophe occurred
near Norman, a village aoout 12 miles
north of Cnattanooga. Tae dead
Mrs. Edgar Miles of Chattanooga.
Mrs. Sim Eidridge, Miry Eidridge,
All but Mrs. Edgar Miles are of
Jesse E'drldge, a lad of 19 years e3
japed oy clinging to the overturned
Fti-nt For Woiiiin *nd Orjllrtron.
On account of its mild action
and pleasant taste Orino Laxa
tive F.*uit Syrup is especially recom
mended for women and children. It
does not nauseate or gripe like pills
and ordinary cathartics. Orino Laxa
tive Fruit ayrup aids digestion an
stimulates the liver and bowels with
out irritating th?m. Remember the
name Ori.io and refuse substitutes. A.
John Sauadera was Instan-ly killed
ind seven o .her mpn were more or less
injured by an explosion of dynamite
in the Tidewatrr R;i)roft1 corstruo
blon work near R >anoke, Va., Friday
evening Saunders was removing tbe
tamping from \ hole when the ex
plosive went' ?. Among the Injured
ire: Allen Harris, leg broken, cut
and burned on face and body; J. W.
Berry and E Ferret were slightly
aas stood the test 115 years
The old original Grove's Tastless Chill
Ionic. You know what you are takl
Ing. It is iron and qu'nlne in a tast
ess form. No cure, N ) pay. 50o.
Cuba is to have her first high build
lug. Tbe structure Is being erected
in Havana by the Natloial Bink of
Cuba. It Is a six-story building and
called a skyscraper.
BLACK POWDER SHELLS
The "Nublapk" is a grand! good shell;
good in construction, good because it is
primed with a quick and sure primer, and
good because carefully and accurately
loaded with the best brands of powder
and shot. It is a favorite among hunters
and other users of black powder shells on
account of its uniform shooting, evenness
of pattern and strength to withstand
reloading. A trial will prove its excellence.
ALL DEALERS SELL THEM
We are ready to sell you now the best furniture \ever
brought to Orangeburg. We have been in business
here long enough to understand the wants of the peo
ple hereabouts and to know the kind of furniture that
lasts longest and looks best.
Among the new arrival we offer a three piece suite
that ia the peer of any on the market and the best ever
offered for ?30.00.
Other good bed room suites at $7.75, and up to $100.
Splendid Rockers, solid oak, for $1 and up to $15.
Brass beds and Iron beds in great variety. Best made
for the prices $2.50 and up to $40.
HARDWARE AND TOOLS.
Wo have a nery complete stock of all needed hardware
and building tools and farm utensils. If you buy it
from us you know you get the best to be had. We
handle only the best in every line.
??THE BEST QUNS MADE.
Orangeburg Hardware &
co aar mass square.
The best way to economise is to buy the best article for the least money
The steady increase in the output of the ROCK HILL BUGGY CO.
coupled with the growing demand tor this lino of work convinces every
one of their merits.
Thousands of users sing the praise of the famous line of vehicles.
Call and see them whether you intend to buy or not.
SI FLY & FRITH.
Tombstones and Monuments.
[represent three large marble works, and it will pay anybody
needing anything in this line to get my prices before buying.
JTou should not fail to mark the last resting place of your loved
oues with a Btone whose inscription wdl survive for many years
the crumbling touch of t me. it is a duty of love that should bo
symbolized by something more lasfing than flowers watered by
tears of grief. Every slab, shaft, tombstone or monument I han
dle is a triumph of the stone cutter's, sculptor's and engraver's
art and my prices are most reasonable, flow 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 high-grade sewing machines, pianos and
organs. Others are higher in pro-e?but none hotter.
J. WANN\M\K6R, Orangeburfc S. C.
Residence on Pearl street between Orange street and Railroad Avenue
0 coco dccoogoo dccco occoccco occocGcocoaoccco
? T?3 People's Bank.
ORANGEBURG, S. O.
SCointy and jity Oeposiitory.
Capital paid in (1901).8 30.000.
Surplus and Undivided Profits. 19,000.
? Deposits (January I, 1906.). 2b5,5fi5.
? SAFE AND ACCOMMODATING.
? We want your deposit account, and oiler you every inducement
2 to put your money with us. We pay the highest rates for depos
b its. 4 per cent in the Savings Department and 4i per cent on Cer
JJ tiricates of Deposit for six months or longer; and we lend money
2 to our depositors dl the lowest current rate.
S O HCEIt*
2 D. O. Herbert, President. H. O. Wannamaker, Cashier.
S B. F. Muckbnfuss, Vice Pres. W. L. Glover, Asst. Cashier.
2 The People's Bank, the bank for all the people, has been a re
? markable success. We believe in "a square deal for all," Give
1 us a trial.