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Buggies and Wagons
ALWAYS IN STOCK.
Oscar R. Lowman.
S. J. flolladay,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Orangeburg, 8. P..
Office of Tho8. F. Brantley, Barton Bidp.
To Be Frank
you have really never
eaten a true soda cracker
until you have eaten
The only soda cracker
which is all good and
always good, protected
from strange hands by a
dust tight, moisture
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
S Takes the Place of
Pantry and Kitchen Table,
A Hoosier Cabinet takes the place of both pantry and kitchen table. Its
l?rge cupboards, its commodious drawers and bins, hold everything a pantry
will It is absolutely mouse and dust proof and it costs far less than the
buil -in-pantry. Besides it can be moved to thelmost convenient? place or into
the best light. It is in reality a complete portable pantry.
A Hoosier Cabinet takes up no more space than a kitchen table. It is much
better since the table space is all available. You don't have to clutter it up
with the different utensils you are using, as they can all be kept in their prooer
places in the cabinet and still be within easy reach.
They have been successfully used for years by architects and builders in place
af the old-fashioned built-in pantry, Every person, who builds a house, should
see that the architect leaves a place in'the kitchen for a
Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet
it saves money and space and adds a vast amount to, the convenience of the
kitchen. 1 1
A Hoosier Cabinet is not an exuense, it's an investment. An investment in
labor-saving machinery that pays for itself in the waste it saves, and gives
value four and five times over each year in the extra steps and energy it saves:
in the leisure hours and pleasure it gives out of the kitchen. The more econ
omy you have to exercise in your household, the more reason there is in your
having a HOOSIER CABINET. And don't put off buying youm') install y
longer than you can help. You need itnow.B Forsal urli ty M. 0. Dantzler.
OflANOEBORO, S. U.
Insurance At Absolute Cost.
T. S. Sease, President. J. B. Atkinson, See'y & Treas.
PALMETTO MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
fpan bire.s S 0.
A home 6re insurance company lat is .SAFE, SOUND, SUCCESSFUL
Management Capable and Cooservai ive.
writp fcr particulars. Agents Wanted.
SOUTH OA KOLIN A
We Have ror i->aie
One 25 horse power Talboit, second hau J engine in stock which has receat
ly been overhauled. This Engiue is in first class condition and will b
a great bargain for anyone who is in the market for such a size engine.
We are head quarters for anything in the way of iaaehinery supplies, en.
prompt attention will bo given to all inquiries and orders entrusted to ou
care. Write us when you aro in the marke: for anything, and be pu:i
togftt oTir prices before placiug your order? elsewu.'.r".
Tb? Yi-?ow '"ever i ?? ? n?.
has recently been discovered. It beasr
a close resemblance to the malaria
germ. To free the system frotr dis
ease germs, the most effective remedy
is Dr. King's New Life Pills. Guar
anteed to cure all diseases due to ma
laria poison and constipation. 25c at
J. G. Wannamaker Mfg. Co., Drug
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 Wrater. For sale at
Lowman & Lowman,
[Offices. 8, w, 10 Scoville Building
Hours 9 A. M to 5 P. M.
Laciies in attendance.
Gail f-.r "n ? '?(? Hoot."
A woasan worries until she gets
wrinkles, tuen worries because she
has them, if she takes tloliister's
Rocky Mountain Tea she would have
neither. Bright,smiling face follows
its use. 35 cuts. Tea or Tablets.
A. Calhoun I>oyle & Co.
Scrub yourself daily, you''re not clean
inside. Clean insides means clean
stomach, bowels, blood, liver, clean,
healthy iIssue i:i every organ. Moral:
Take IJoilisier's lloc<y Mountain Tea
35 cents. Tea or Tablets. A. Calhoun
I )oj le & Co._
Old maids would be scarce and hard
C)uld they be made to see,
How grace and beauty is combined
By using Rocky Mountain Tea.
A. Calhou l Ley it & Co.
TO KILL BABIES
The Torch Applied to Little Car
riages by Insane or
Left In Dark Hallways Parents, In Two
Cases, Had Luckily Changed Plans,
and Removed the Infants or
They Would Have Been
The most oruel attempt at reverge
or the strangest manifestation of in
sanity probably over dealt with by the
Sew York Polios D:partment was
orought to public notice Wednesday
iight, when it was learned that twice
i/i four days efforts have been made to
burn infants in their carriages at Ncs.
536 and 540 West One Hundred and
r.vonty fifth street, the block known
as "Haoy Carriage -Row," wherr,
?v.ry day. two hundred and fifty
'? :?) / use infanta are seen. Because of
\e work of the maniac, child hater
it vengeful criminal?whatever he is
?policemen were stationed all Tues
day night on the block, and now
mothers will not let their smaller
children out of their sight.
In No. 540 West One Hundred and
Twenty-fifth street there are forty
families. Thirty-two babies unable
to walk are in the struc ure. It was
obere the second attempt at murder,
brutal as any conceivable was made
late on Monday night. The lives of
the thh-Tjy-two little onea were en
Mr. and Mro. James Carter, who
live in the building, had been spend
ing a vacation in Massachusetts.
, Tuey returned Monday nisht. Taeh
-.ix montfc-old baby Myrtes was
wbeeled through the hallway, after
the family had been cheerily greesed
by the little army of neighbors and
cuildren who always tbrong the crowd
id street. The Carters intended to
?ei urn to the street after thpy had
changed their clothes. Mrs. Carter
pushed the carriage into a nook where
:he ball light would not shins in the
3bila's eyes. Then she changed her
mind about leaving the infant there
>nd took her upstairs.
The Carters live three fi ghts up
The wife said she would wash babj
md then place her in the carriage
again. Carter changed his clothes.
j.nd just as be opened the door to go
downstairs, be smelled smoke. The
)dor was wafted through the oorri
Jors, and Carter, with; us making any
1t*tu?h*aoe to cause panic, quick!}
Mb luund the carriage, in which a
fa '/minutes before his only child bad
be^n, blazing in the nook under the
The roan, horror-stricken at thr
thought of what would happened had
nor- ms wife changed her mind about
Irvine Myrtes in the hallway, yelled.
Neighbors wenii to his aid, but be- or.
one ? unes oouid be extinguished the
vehicle was a charred mass.
No ordinary fire, caused by spon
taneous combustion or a lighted
match, could have so quiokly com
municated Itself to every part of the
Mrriage. It was obvious that the
vehicle was ignited at naif a dcz-ji,
In five minutes the news had been
dung from one end of the row to the
.?oner, and mothers Immediately dis
played mothers' sgitation. Many
curried to their rooms, others deter
mined that not for a minute of the
?Uy w uld they lese Bight of their
Investigation by the police showed
that even the woodwork in the ball
"ay Diche had baen Ecorcned badly
[t had not had time to ignite, how
;ver. ?Detective were hurried to the
?cene and saveral were placed upor*
?jhe cas^ because of what ba^ cccurreo
)n Saturiay night at No 536 Tnert
a similar dastard;; atw-mpt to inoin
ernte a b*oy had bt.ee m'iC'e.
As in the case of the Carters, tb?
inc nuiury did dot make make nur?
fcOit hin nrey wr.c where be bolhv^c
it. A Mrs. Ptrk?r had left a barjfj
carriage under the hall stairs, as Mru.
Carter had. and be, too, took the
precaution of carrying ht-r chiJd h
aer aparcmcnta. It was cn'iy a ie*
miLUtes after the lnrani nad te-;r.
placed in its c:ib thathmuke benaa si
alter through the baild and tenant*
.raced the suff .citing r.rlor to the car
riage, which was abl zi. At thai
lme it was not thought anyone had
intentionally tned to destroy tba
carriage and its bupposed occupant.
But when Monday night's occurrence
waB related none oou'otcd that the
two ?rcs wer? started by tha same
uaod, and with the same Intent.
The police believe tuat she lncnc
diary is a maniac, wnosa lnt;anis>
tiles thin frightful forni. They do
not, however, scorn tha theory thaS
tha burnings mcy haye been due
to a thirst fur revenge, tuo what thr
connections between bite Carters a-r.
Parkers is, so far ai enemies are con
cerned, cannot b^. conjectured.
Dctvcfclves Gilbert aud Earlgh
Wednesday ni^ht paid a vthit i<u overt
apartment tbe nuilaings where rnr
?wo ?r.'s have occurred in a search for
C:ew:; but fount, r^oudijg ti:ao w;Uid
warrant makir..g an arrest;. They did,
However, arrive at a certain tueory
and promised that au arrest migit bt
it was hLat^'l that a tenant with
out children in the building in which
the Carters lived had frequently com
plained of the little ones and had re
oj.v.ly been askoci by the agents to re
move fr.-tK the premises.
*'l cannct beheve any one tried to
murder m/ baby," said Mrs. Carter
Wednesday n;g;i& ''1 slink It vrsi
ail a mistake I have heard tb*n.
has been enmity between two famiiie
M dng in this building. In one of the
families there is a small baby. O.i,
how giad 1 am I took little Myrtes
from the earrings when 1 came ut,
atairs. Hid she been sleeping la the
cirriage she would certainly have
"Tb? police have been here. They
are puzzled over the affair and are In
vestigatmg through the entire block.
Tbe burning of the carriage list Sat
urday, when we were miles away.1 oi
course adds mystery to the affair "
At Buff Jo, N. Y., two men sre
dead, two more probably will die as 2
remit of a desperate tight with Stil
ettos between five Sicilians Wednes
day night. Two biotbers were mated
ed against three brothers. Frank
Sardina, one of the three Sardina
brotbers, was killed on tbe scene of
tbe battle. Baphael Balslcrie, wbr
tried to act as peace maker, wa?
?'abbed in the abdomen acd back and
carried to a hospital. Domenico Oe
racci and Bornardo Coraeei, who arp
alleged to have done the stabbing,
wbich resulted in the death of tbe
two men, are in a serious condition.
They are charged with muider.
A) Attleboro, Mass., three men at
tacked Arthur Greene, a dneieen
year-old mesuenger boy employed by
Che G K Webster Jewelry Company
here, Thursday knocked him from his
bioyole and robbed him as he was re
turning from a bank with the com
pany's weekly payroll, amounting tc
?3.000, but they failed to gee away
with tue booty. The incident oc
ourred on one of the principal
thoroughfares of the town and t
largt crowd im nediately gave chasp
to the robbers, who dropped tbe bag
of money and e-capsd into the woods.
Should Convince the Greatest Step,
tio in Orangebnrg
Because it's the evidence of an Or
-Testimony easily investigated.
The strongest endorsement of mer
The best of proof. Read it:
A Fisher, Chief of Police, well
known throughout the state, whose
address is City Hail, Orangeburg, says:
"Doan's Kidney Pills are A No. 1 in
every particular, and no man or wo
man alllcted with kidney trouble should
hesitate to use them. 1 suffered from
my back and kidneys for quite a long
time. The secretions were dark in
color, full of b> ickdust sediment and
particularly annoying at night. There
was a constant dull pain right across
my loins which at times made me al
most loose all strength in my back. I
tried any number of remedies with no
apparent benefit and used liniments
but with the same result. My atten
tion was called to Doan's Kidney Pills
and our druggists, Dr. J. G. Wanna
maker. Mfg; Co., stated they were
most highly recommended so I got a
box. Their use proved them to be all
that is claimed for them. The pain in
my loins disappeared, the secretions
from the kidneys regained their na
tural color and appearance while my
back became as strong as it ever was.
I can cheerfully say that Doan's Kid
ney Pills are an A No 1 remedy for the
back and kidneys."
For sale by all dealers. Price 501
cents. Foster?Milburn Co., Buffalo.
Remember the name?Doan's?and
take no other;_
Lightning Cauaea Ftro.
Two large warehouses of the teace
River Paosphate Milling oompany at
Bull, Fla., were struck b? lighting
Wednesday afternoon, caught fir<
and were completely destroyed ^\t,b
'?heir contents valued at 860 000
The ocoupants of the bntldiug wen
rescued with great difficulty fron:
Buy Wood at a Wood Yard:
Don't pay 8 cents per pound 0.)
If you buy 100 pounds of White Lead
in kegs vou get 88 pounds of White
Lead and 12 pounds of Wood.
When you buy L & M. Paint you
get a full gallon of paint that won't
wear oil for 10 or 15 years, because L
& M. Z:nc hardens the L. & M. White
Lead and makes L. & M. paint wear
4 gallons L. & M. rr ixed with 3 gal
lons Linseed Oil will paint a moderate
Actual cost L. & M. about $1.20 per
Sold in the north, east, south and
west. C. S. Andrews, Ex-Mayor Dan
Writes, "Painted my house 19 vears
ago with L. & M. Looks well tod iv."
Sold by J G. Wannamaker M'g.
Co , Orangeburg, S. C. & Shep. Pearl
stein. St. Mar ine-vs. S C
.rit . l?3u,
G'orge Ke'-ny, one of the ttme
?XmVlO'fl ^tio murr-er. d S&nliO d,">6 < ij
?;?.o(vi froT> fch*? T>ariesr.!'ri rirain?sf
.tnakade on T'*inaday, brouj.;-,;
nto the city Sj.'urd?y night at.'
odgfd In j til. He wad ?" rs-oed lr
Jreeleyvile. Goodirg snd Wilsen arc
?still at ian/p
?-IY?M> Up Til Ilia.
B. Spiegel, 1204 N. Virginia St.
Evansvnle, Ind., wr tes; "For over
live years I was troubled with kidnev
and bladder affections which caused
me much pain and worry. I lost flesh
and was all run clown, and a year ago
had to abandon work entirely. 1 had
three of the liest physicians who did
me no good and I was practically given
up to nie. b'oley's Kidney Cure was
recommended and the first, bottle
gave me great relief, and alter taking
the second bottie I was entirely cur
Dr. A. C. Dukes.
W. G. Smith,
(Successor to .Ino. A. Hamilton
Sr. ami Jr. whose Insurance
J looks we have.)
WE represent Fourteen (14) of the
Largest Fire Ins. Co'a. in the United
We take Fire, Tornado and Plate
3lass risks at the lowest possible cost
to the assurred.
Give us your business and if w?
please you, tell your friends, if we dc
not please you, tell us.
Cilice, second story Louis Building.
Southwest Corner Russell and Market
stieets, Orangeburg, S. C.
Phone No. 53. Ask Central to ring
We are ready to sell you now the best furniture ever
brought to Orangeburg. We have been in business
here long enough to understand rlie wants of the pet>
ple hereabouts and to know the kind of lurnnuie iLut
lasts longest and looks best.
Among the new arrivals we offer a three piece suite
that is 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.
HARBWABE AND TOOLS.
Wo have a nery complete stock of all needed hardware
and building tools and farm utensils, li you buy it
from us you know you get the best to be had We
handle only the be9t in every line
?-THE BEST GUNS MADE.?
Orangeburg Hardware &
Ownin/? to the fact that our line is confined mainly to a few of the bes
makes in the country which we handle in large quantises. We are in a
position to secure prompt shipment of poods and thereby fill, in the short-'
est time possible, orders for special styles Our line of Carriages, Sur
reys, Wire and wood wheel Runabouts. Traps, Wagons. .Mowing Machine,
Harness. Laprobss Umbrellas and all saddlery hardware is always com
plete. Call and see it.
SIFLY and FRITH,
ing is recora
niondtd by the
and Southern q
7ariff Afsocia- ?
tion as being n
one of the best ?
fire-proof roof- ?
ings on the mar- j
ket. Can Leap- fj
plied by any
one. Put up one
square to the
ICS Equtra feet. Sufficient large head nails
and cement sad directions are packed in each
roil, making each square roll complete in it
It is flint coated on.ioth sides, isweaih
er-proof and rot-proof. We recommend it to ?
everybody needing roofing for any purpose J
whatsoever. Write, telephone or call and see 5
us. V?e have a heavy stock and can make im- 2
uiuu w<ui Put It <>n.
c<>0 orjanca?*!*? oxw?o a*Bofi*i
and sm oak,
Auents, Oranueburg, S. C.
The People's Bank.
ORAXGEBURG, S. C.
Co Mitv and ^.ity Depository.
f Capital p;i I in M901I.9 30.000.
S Surplus and Undivided Profits. 10,000.
O Deposits ^January 1 hw>?.).28>,dti5.
? S i. ?x?? AO* OM"tlO??A?IXG.
g We wa^t your der?iccount, and offer you every inducement
2 to put vour moii v ?> bus. We pay the highest r.-ites for depos
it) its. 4 per ceni i ,lC Savings Department and li per cent on Oer
9 tificatcs of 'Vp. s i for six mouths or longer; and we lend money
2 to our depositors at llie lowest current rate.
$ T>-(t 11 mtiust't. President. H. C. Waxxamaker, Cashier,
? li !?' Muckknfuss, Vice Pres. W. L. Glovku, Asst. Cashier.
SThe People's Bank, the bank for all the people, has been a re
m.ukaHe success. We believe in "a square deal for all." Give
5 us a trial.
THE EDlSTO SAVINGS BANK,
SURPLUS AM) t'M)IVIIH;i> PROFIT*
II. M. MOSS.t '
.3 M < I.IYER.V'C
P.S. U1BHLE, Cashier. J. W.FAJREY, ur
. i-t _*nl>icr
? BOARD OF DIRECTORS. j
M". O. Daxtzleu, B. II. Moss. W.6. Smith, j
J. m. ()i.iv)?:;;, T. C. doyle, W. P. Faikky, <
? W. R Low max, SolKohx, F. W. Smoak. $
g This ii;/iik has two departments, a Current and a Savings,
g Fntercsi is allowed in the Savings Departmental the rate of one
per cenl per quarter, payable on the iirst days of January,
3 April, July* and October. <
"> Money saved is money mode, nnd the way to save is to de
& posit vour money in the'Savings Department and draw interest.
?? This Bank's absolute security is best attested by its Capital i
Stock: it- Surplus and by the character and standing of its Oth- <
9 cers and Board ol Directors.
!Accounts solicited, customers assured every accomodation, <
consistent with sound banking. Money loaned on good security. i
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