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Th* Truss and Democrat,
Orangeburg, S. C.
Judge Earnest Gary, who is nov
boldirg court here, is one of tfai
ablest lawyers on the bench in tbfi
Editor Ayer of the F>orprce Timai
haE hppn pent to the Hruse of Be
(Iressntativa?? from Jhis county. He ii
f t good editor and will make a gooc
In Martin f. Ansel South Carolin?
will have a model eovernor. Tbo bif
vote he receivpd in his bowe ccunti
?ho?? T*-h?r those who know him bes'
think of him.
We *r>p* * gord deJppstfnn will sr<
from Orangeburg to take part in thi
Bryan reception in (JoluroHa nex
?. w^nppriRT? ah who go win hear i
gnat speech from a great man.
V? e congratulate Brother Aull, o
. the Newherry News and Herald, oi
Ills ejection to the legislature. He fi
a good, safe van, and can be depend
ed upor to rtobjp <?n*v fair and square
The new State Senate has a mpjor
ity of four for the State Disrensari
and the Foose has a msj^ity of a
least ten on the samp side. Thin lnour
38 the purioation c f the dlspensa:*:
The Hon. J Fr?ser Lyon has tb<
''istipction rf knowjrg less about.lav
t^arj any man that has ever been eleo
ted Attorney General of S<-u*h Ca^
Una; That rrav account for his fail
nre to carry his home county.
Tf hm wAots it we hope the Hon
Frank B. Gary, of Abbeville, will bf
elected Speaker of t- e nrxt House oi
Eepresentatiyes. He has filled th?
position once before, and acquitted
himself handsomely as a presiding
The County of Marlboro, which
lias always been a prohibition county,
needs a dispenpary Senator and one
dispensary representative to the
House. It seems to us that if pro
Jhibltion prohibits in Marlboro tnis
would have hppn impossible.
The News- and Courier and State
are advising some of the holdover
dispensary Senators to change over to
the anti-side of the dispensary ques
tion. The man that does will be
Fuspfoloned tb? balance of his life of
having been "fixed" by the anti-dis
York County sends three represen
tatives out of four pledged to the
State dispensary. According to tbe
argument of some of tbe barroom
press Senator Brioe, having been
repudiated by his county, should flop
over to the dispensary and support
that institution in futnre.
We have received a copy of the in
dustrial edition of The Spartanburg
Journal. This special issue is a credit
to the Journal and to the city of
Sparbanburg. It is filled with good
substantial reading matter, and is
handsomely illustrated. It is one of
the best and handsomest Illustrated
editions ever gotten out by a South
Ansel's election as governor outB
him in the Senatorial class. If Gov.
Heyward does not enter the race
against Latimer, Gov. Ansel would
prove a formidable candidate for the
Senate. He has polled & general vote
all over the State which shows that
be has a strong following. We would
advise Senator Latimer to keep h?
political e*e nr? Gov. Ansel.
Strange initgs are alwayB happen ?
in*, out nere is a circumstance whioh
hit for the veracity of the press di ?
patches would be hard to believe.
John C. Putner of Tanville, Va.,
seoured a divorce from his wife and
married a pretty school teacher
Needing a cook and knowing the good
qualities of his first wife along this
line, he engaged her services and she
baked the wpddmcr catre.
The republicans nave carried Maine,
as w&<< expected, but by the smallest
majority in many yeart,, only 8,000,
when 11 000 was ooroeeded by the
democrats. This show*, that light it
breaking into the forests of Maine
and maybe in the next decade or twe
we may hope for sometaing up there.
Tbe liquor question was one feature
that entered very largely into the
tight, tbe democrats standing for a
resubmlssion of the question to the
people. Maine is getting tiied of pro
hibitioo and republicanism, but is not
quite ready yet for a dual ohange.
The suggestion of the SoutberD
Lumoor Journal that the idle negroeh
be forced to work for private parties
or else for the county Is a good one
Active police c uld t&nily satisfy
themselves tbat aii the darkies W; o
swarm to town were at work or not.
Tne pubiio safety demands that tbey
work l.r their livicg^nd tbe aconei
municipal authorities ?et busy about
this matter tbe lets to u'ole we wli:
have enforceing it. We commend
the matter to the earnest attention
of the municipal autl crlties with
?whom we come in touch and urge
them to lose no time in getting busy
about tne matter.
Some Strenuous Times.
One of. the cl&ims put forth by
those who wish to ar.oiish the dispen
sary Is that it is the cause of all the
devilment that takes place In the
State and that when it is abflishe?
. ah will be serene and lovely. Greet
ville county voted out the dlspensar>
) sometime ago, but the conditions doe:
I not seem to Improve very r?ptdl>
> cbeie under prohibition. The Ore?n
vilie News last Monday week sair
r "judging frcm the criminal courts of
. the muniolpaiity, Sunday in several
of tue churches around the city, in
i stead of being a day of monotonouE
1 discourses conducive to sound slum
E ber, was a day of hilarious excitement,
? and in more than one cingrecatio',)
' gathered together ostensibly for med
, ltaiiion ann worship, the Evil One
3 made himself manifest in no uncer
; tain manner."
] The News then goes on to say that
r two colored ycuthB were arraign?d be
- fore the Mayor on the chaTge of fight
l ing in church during divine services on
9 Sunday before. Then one William
3 Johnson, also colored, was hauled up
tor disturbing pub ic worship at an
other ohurob. According to The News.
Johnson was uoder the if fl lence of
'. "blue steel," which we suppose is i
, pet name for blind tiger whiskey, anc
\ did not like the sermon and under
took to clean up things. Theo.. Ohan
dler, another colored bnck, was re
ported for maliciously Bhooting into t
i plcnio at PIupv Mount. It is safd
ih&t after the fl-st shot the redoubt
.- able Theodore nar1 the Mount all tc
i nlmself. all the picnioers having scam
pered t ff to get out; of the way of fly
log bullets. Luokily no one was kill
1 ed. and a* yet tbe warlike Theodore
f htB not tern arrested.
' Then ctme the Bev. G. W. BurgeBt
i white, swore out a warrant before
Magistrate Stradley Sunday against
Frank Watts, white, charging him
, with diaturbing worship, swearing,
j. cursing and using blasphemous Ian
guage to the great annoyance |of the
worshippers at a church in thejGreeo
v lie suburbs. It is said that Mr.
r Burgess is a "Holiness" man. The
i Bev. Mr. Singleton was conducting
3 be services when Watte, it is alleged.
? bfgao puttlDg in a few words for the
Evil One, muoh to me confusion el
the speaker and to tbe delight of tbe
' more irrt verent. Watts has net yet
' been arrested.
> It looks like these oases ought to be
' enough for one month for a good pro
' hlbltion town like Greenville, bus It
?iQems not. One day last week the
I yourg and innocent reporter of tbe
' News was assaulted and ohoked to in
sensibility in tbe mayor'? efflce by a
local contractor on account oJ certain
headlines that had appeared in his
paper. Before the contractor at
tacked tbe reporter he bad been
rourdly abused by tbe mayor and an
ex-chief of police, all of whom were
in the miyor's effloe together. All
these troubles, we suppose, were caus
ed by whiskey that was bought from
the dispensary before It was voted out,
as Greenville is' now a prohibition
county, and there is no wblskey to be
bought there. But whatever tbe
cause, no one will deny that Green
ville has some strenuous times for a
In the death of Ool. John M. Knight
of Sumter, tbe press of South Caro
lina has Fust aired a loss which will be
deeply felt. Col. Knight was editor
of the Sumter Herald, and be made It
one of the be3t weekly newspapers in
tbe state. He took pride in his wort
because he loved it In the making
of a newspaper be did his duty, &nc
ha did it welL He was a distinguish
ed member of the Knights of Pythiw,
having succeeded Hon. Geo. S. Mow
er as grand chancellor. He never as
pired to public effice, but he was for
years chairman of the Sumter cruuty
democracy. Ool. Knight bad b en in
critical health for some time, but not
withstanding the faot that it was
known that his days were numbereo.
he went to the meeting of the Press
Association at tbe Isle of Palms in
July, and m ngled with his fellow
workeis He was ill during the meet
ing, but it was a satisfaction to bloc
to gresp tbe bands of bis old friends,
and it was a pleasure to them. They
knew him and tbey knew his worth
and tbe value of his friendship. We
esteemed it an honor to number John
M. Knight among our friends.
About School Books.
State Superintendent of Education
O. B. Martin Bays the contract wich
publishers* of Bohool books is. to be
strictly enforced. Teachers are not
to have their pay warrants approved
unless tbey use the adopted books. It
will be to the advantage of the pat
rons to have this rule strictly entere
ed while tbe exchange period lasts, in
order that all of the old books may be.
taken up. It this is done, the en
foroemcnt i f the rule will be easy af
ter the exchange period expires. In a
letter to the different County Super
intendents of Education he says:
"Please let all of the teachers, and
proBpeot've teaohers in your county
understand that the next regular
teaohers' examination will be on Fri
day, September 21st. Please make
them understand aiso that do one is
to be allowed to teaoh in your county,
either as principal or assistant, with
out a certificate properly registered
in your office. It is ycur duty to re
fuse to approve pav warrants to teach
ers who have no certificates. 1 be
lieve your bond would be liable if thlf
rule is violated, so no one can blarre
you for doing your duty."
Bryan In Columbia
'?"hP Hn? William Jtnnings Bryan
and bis wife will ba the guests of the
city of Co umbia next Wednesday.
The Stat says it is not only in tear ed
Demoura? y's champion shall be the
truest of Columbia but of ail South
Carolin:. A general reception com
nittn? comnostd of prominent citizens
Gbronvh South Carolina i? to be ap
point d, as well as a local committee
on ""aug ments. No doubt thisac
nouncsmeit will! be welcomed by tbe
people of t: e State and a larpe crowd
will be present to greet the distin
guished guests. Mr. Bryan will con
ciuje his North Carolina v,sU a;.
Charlotte Tu=s?ay, the 18Dh lust.
leaving that city about 11 p. m ai
rivln? 'n Columbia early Wednesd"
morrirg. All South Carolina w'll
welcome the great Commoner to the
capital city, and thousands will go to
bear him. J
> ? I
. tiauaed A;Kow.
? Col. Horace Welch, of Jefferson.
Texas, who traveled 2.000 miles to at
tend the reunion of the Fourth Ohio
volunteer regiment, at Columbus,
Ohio nearly created a riot at the
Memorial hall, Wednesdav afternoon,'
by waving a Confederate fljg in the
face of the fifty union veterans pres
ent. Some treated the matter jicose
ly, but seme shouted ''shoot Mm,"
"fire oa the flag," as the eme'er. of
the cause they (had feught against
fluttered before, their eyes. Wheloh
displayed the ?hg after he had pre
sented resolutions adopted by G?n.
Hieb- Taylor Camp, Uoited Confeder
ate Veterans of Jefferson, Texas, ex
pressing friendship for tbe northern
veterans and asking tbem to visit
T'-xas. No action was taken on the
Killed Two Children.
At Columbup, Ohio, Mrs. Henry
Krippen, a farmer's wife in Putman
county, decapitated two children,
aged three and one and a half years,
tben told the neighbor of tbe deed
Pridsy. The woman was recently dis
charped from the State asylum for
the Insane at Toledo.
Four Greek laborers were killed and
another man fatally Injured by a Bal
timore; Oiio, Southwestern train at
Symes. U io. Tbemrn were employed
on rarrrxd construction.
rriFAT LOT AND FRAME BUILD
-L ing on Church St., opposite C urt
House. Aoply at office of Times &
AHOUSE ON AMELIA STREET,
furnished or unfurnished. Ap
ply to J. Stokes Salley,
9-13-2* ' Court House.
f\N^ 4 ROLL McCOFMICK HUS
\J KER & Shredder good as new
8150.00. One Hay Press pood as new
850.00. A. F. Greene,
9-13-tf Springfield, S. C.
f\NV. McCORMICK MOWING MA
\J chine Blade between Ofangeborg
and Mr. Henry Danizleron Mt. Le
banan Road. The fiuder will please
notify D. M. Fersner,
R. F. D. No. 1 Orargeburg, S. C.
TX)UR BOAT- DERS CAN BE AC
JF commodated by me on Sellers
Avenue, opposite the tellers Avenue
I Graded School.
9-13-5* Mrs. C.-J. Boenette.
MISS NETTIE ?nPES WILL
open her private school for pri
mary scholars on Monday, October 1st
at the residence of Mrs. R, R. Copes
on Amelia St. 9-13-3t.
Fountain Pens For Sale.
We have several ? dozen good Foun
tain Pens for sale. Guaranted 14
karat. Prices 81 and 82 e*cb, postpaid.
Leather Pockets for two or three peas
15 cents each. Mail orders solicited.
Adaress Sims' Book Store,
Orangeburg, S. C*
Make Your Fortune
In Fruit Truck
And Town Property.
send your numft'and we will send you maps
and particulars regarding tbe new Fruitland
Colony C ?>., in Soath Georgia. Lots ?15. Acres
S7.50. Will double in v?I< e in six months.
Crors averaging $I0u to $-100 per acre. Infor
mation worin ?500 to you.
Fruitland Colony Co.,
Dept. 54,125 i lark St., W. L. Glessner,
f'hicago, or care Ga. S. 6i Fla. R. R.
9-13-4pd. Dept. 54, Macon, Ga.
Ropp's Commercial Calculater
WILL PREVENT MISTAKES,
relitve the mind, save labor,
time aod money, and do your reckon
ing in the twinkling of an eye. A
Ready Calculator and Business Arith
metic combined. In the first 66 pages
it shows, at a glance, the correct an
swer to almost every calculation that
1 likely to occur on the farm, in the
shop, or in the office. This valuable
book will be sent postpaid to any ad
dress for 25 cents in st am ds. Address
Sims' Book Store,
Orangeburg. S. C.
Notice to Creditors.
S'ate of South Carolina, County of
Orangeburer. In Common Pleas.
Henry F. Dickson.et al., Plaintiffs,
against Walter L. Dickson, et al.,
Pursuant to an order in the above
stated case, all persons holding claims
against tbe estate of Henry S.Dick
son, deceased, are required to prove
their respective demands before me,
on or before October 2.1906, or be de
barred payment. Roht. ?. Copes,
Judge of Probate, as Special Referee.
\TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
JL1 that the County Board of Control
at a special meeting at Orangeburg on
Saturday October 13th 1906, will elect
a Beer Dispenser for the city of Or
angeburg. All applications must be
in legal form.
All applications must be filed with
the Board twenty days before the elec
tion, and the parties elected must be
prepared tog've bond on the day of
their eleeti n. Proper blanks can be
had by applying to Mr. E. W. Houser
clerk of Board, with stamped en
velope. II. C. Paulling,
Special School Tax Election.
A PETITION HAVING BEEN
l\. signed, in ?ccordance with law, by
^one-third [*.] or more, of the elec.ors
and freeholders of North Edisto's
School District No. 60 in Orangehurg
County,S. C. and filed with the Coun
ty Board oi Education to hold an elec
tion to determine whether an extra
lev of three (:;) mills on the dollar
shall be made for school purposes in
the riistrct, we. the trustees of the
said school district under the autliori
ty nf tbe Counly IJo.ird of Education,
hereby order an election to he held lor
dete) mining tnis question, at Dry
Swamp Sclnol house in the district,
on Thursday, September 27th, 1900,1
the polls to t?e opened from 7 j'clocka.
m., to 4 o'clock p.m. Said election
shall be conducted as required in Sec
tion 120S of the School law.
C. F. Jennings, i Trustees
L. F. Smoak, } School District
J.E. Ashb. ) No. 50.
DIAMOND BRAND SHOES ft
Last week we quoted a/letter from
superiority of Diamond Brand Shoes,
that we make Diamond Brand Shoes fc
Making shoes of all kinds at all r.
properly and save all waste, for the 1
cents worth o^f shoe value in every doll;
WE MAKE MORE 7
,ANY OTHER HOUSE
Notice to Creditors.
A LL PERSONS HOLDING claims
J\ against the estate of Mrs. Ann 0.
Williamson,deceased, will present the
same properly proven, and all persons
indebted o said estate will make pay
ment tO T. M. RiAYbOR,
A. W. summers,
Qualified Executors of the last will
and testament of Mrs. Ann C. Wil
liamson, deceased 9-13-4t
Municipal Election Notice.
Office of City Clerk and Treasurpr.
Orangeburg, S. O, September 8,1906.
Notice is hereby given that at the
regular meeting of City Council of the
City of Orangeburg, to be held on the
fifth day of October, 1906, at 8 o'clock,
p. m.. at the City Hall, in the City of
Orangeburg, an election will be enter
ed into by the City Council for the fol
lowing city officials:
A n Assistant to the Clerk and Treas
urer at a salary of $800.C0 per annum
A Chief of Police at a salary of 875.00
Six policemen at a salary of $50.00
per month each.
A Streit Overseer at a salary of
$50 00 per month. !
The persons elected to serve for one
year from the first day of November,
1906 to the 3'st day of October, 1907.
Applications for above 'Dositions'
must in the hands of the undersigned
by 6 o'ckck. p. m., of the day of elec
By order of the City Council.
L. ri. Wannajuaker,
9-13-4t City Clerk and Treasurer.
Circuit Court Sale.
State of South Carolina, County of
Orangeburg. In Common Pleas.
Henry F. Dickson, et al., Plaintiffs,'
against Walter L. Dickson, et. al.,
By virtue of the judgment in the
above stated case, 1 will sell at public
auction, at Orangeburg Court House, ?
during the legal hours for sales, on,
the first Monday in October, 1906, be
ing the first day of said month, the |
following described real estate:
All that tract or parcel of land
known as the "Home Place" of the
late Henry S. Dickson,containing five I
(5) acres, more or less, situate, lying |
and being in the County of Orange
burgand State aforesaid,and partly in
the City of Orangeburg, and bounded
on the North by lands of the State
Agricultural College; on the East by
lands of William Dickson; cn the
South by lands of J. E. Harris and A.
W. Thome, and on the West by the
State Agricultural College.
Terms, cash: The purchaser or
purchasers to pay for all papers, and
ail taxes falling due after the day of |
sale; and in case the purchaser or pur
chasers fail to comply with the terms
of sale, said real eetate will be resold
on the same or some subsequent sales
day, on the *arae terras, and at the
risk of the former purchaser or pur
chasers. Rout. E. Copes,
Judge of Probate as Special Referee.
September ll, 1906.
Circuit Court Sale.
State of South Carolina, County of j
Orangeburg. In Common Pleas.
John O. Reeves. Plaintiff, against
David M. Jeffcoat, et al., Defend
By virtue of the judgment in the
above stated case, 1 will sell at public |
auction, at Orangeburg Court House,
during the legal hours for sales, on the
first Monday in October, 1906, being
the first day of said month, the follow
ing described real estate:
All that certain tract or plantation
of land situate, lying and being in
Rocky Grove Township, in the Coun
ty of Orangeburg, State aforesaid,
containing two hundrea and thirty
(230) acres, more or less, and hounded
as follows: on the North by lands of
William LTarley and Paul Livingston;
on tnu East by lands of W. A. John
son: and on the South and West by I
lands of Mrs. Henrietta Ilydrick. be
ing the tract of land conveyed to the |
said D. M. Jeffcoat bv J. C. Jeffcoat.
All that certain lot or parcel of land,
with the buildings thereon, situate,
lying and being in Rocky Grove 1 own-1
ship, County and State aforesaid, con-1
taining one (1/ acre, and bounded on
the North by the North Edisto River;
on the East by the blackville Public)
Road, and on the South and West by
Terms, cash: The purchaseror pur
chasers to pay for all papers and all
taxes falling due ;i ft er tiie day of sale;
ai d in case the purchaser or purchas
ers fail toconplv with the terms of j
sale, said premises will be resold on
the same or soire subsequent.salesday,
on the same terms, and at the risk of
the foimer purchaser or putclmers.
Kuht. E. Copes,
Judge of Probate as >pecial Referee.
Septeml er 11, MA?.
1 o Lease.
K YEARS OR MOKE ONE HUN
t) dred and liity acies of land two
miles from Fori Motte, S. C. Good
seven-room dw-JIing, with dvc lire
l<l;ices plenty of wood at hand, good
spring near. O.ie and a half miles of
public school. 2 .i-ilos of M. E.church.
iSear Cougarce Swamp to raise Iiurs
and cattle. A young peach orchard
of 15 acres that the proprietor would
like to give the tenant and interest in.
For terms apply to
J. K. Hane,
8-9- Fort Motte, S. C.
JADE FOR EVERY PURPOSE
Rev. Griffith of Texas, showing the
One reason for this superiority is
>r every person and for every purpose.
? rices enables us to grade our leather
Denefit of the wearer. You get 100
ar you pay for Diamond Brand shoes.
T/AfE SHOES THAN
tN THE WEST.
I Farm? at Bowman.
Wf ANTED, SEVERAL WHITE
V V farmers, with families, to rent or
buy desirable farms near the thriving
town of B wman. For further particu
lars, statine size of house and farm
i needed. Apply to
Samuel Dibhle, Pres.,
P. O. Box 58,
:' 9-13-4 Bowman, S. C.
I Citation No ice.
i State of South Carolina, County of
Orangeb'Tg. By Robt. E. Copes,
Esquire, Probate fudge.
' Whereas, James E. Hutto, made
suit to me, to grant him Letters of
Administration of the Estate of and
effects of Elemoel I. Hutto, deceased.
The.se are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and Creditors of the said deceased,
that they be and appear before me.
in the Court of Probate, to be h-dd at
Orangeburg C H.,on September 2ft,
190(3, next after publication thereof,
at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to snow
cause, if aDy they have, why the said
Administration should not be granted
Given u> der my hand, this 12i h day
of September, Anno Domini, 1906.
8-30 Robt. E. Copes,
[l. s ] Juoge of Probate.
Sale of Real E-state.
BY VIRTUE OF THE POWER IN
us vested under and by the terms
of the last will and testament of Mrs.
Ann C Williamson, deceased, the
undersigned will rtfer for sale at public
auction at 0? angeburg Court House,
after the judicial sales, on the first
Monday in October, 1906, the following
real estate, to wit:
1st. All that certain lot or parcel of
land situate, lying and being in the
City of Orangeburg, in the County of
Orangeburg, ? o?th Carolina, fronting
on Glover Street in said City of Or
angeburg and measuring thereon one
hundred and twenty five feet, more or
less, and measuring on the rear line
one hundred and.twenty five feet, more
or less, and on the respective side lines
one hundred a? d eighty five feet, moie
or less, and bounded on the North by
lot cf Charles H. \? illiamson: on the
East by lot of Mrs. A. C. Williamson,
deceased; on the South by Glover
Stteet aforesaid, and on the West by
lots of Dr. A. C. Dukes, Dr. B. F.
Muckenfussand CharlesHutchet. Also
with the buildings thereon.
2nd. All that certain lot or parcel
of land situate, lying and being in the
City of Orangeburg, in Orangeburg
County, Soulli Carolina, fronting on
Calhoun Street in said City of Orange
burg and measurng thereon ninety
feet, more or less and measuring on
the rear line ninety feet, more or
less. and measuring on the
respective s^de lines one hundred
I and ninety leet, and bounded on the
North by Calhoun Street aforesaid; on
the East by lot of Mrs. V. L. Wanna
maker; on the South and West by lots
of Mrs. Ann C Williamson, deceased.
3rd. All that certain lot or parcel of
land situate, lying and being in the
City of Orangeburg, in Orangeburg
County, South Carolina, fronting on
G ove. Street in said City of Orange
burg, and measuring thereon ninety
feet, more or kss, and measuring on
the rear line ninety feet, more or less,
and on the respective siae lines one
nundred and eighty-five feet, more or
Jess and bounded on the North aod west
by lots of Mrs. Ann C. Williamson, de
ceased, on the East by lot of Mrs. V.
L. WTannamaker,and on the South by
G!over Street aioresaid.
A plat of said lots or parcels of land
will be exhibited at said sale.
Terms:?Cash; purchaser or purchas
ers to pay for paper and all taxes fall
ing due after day of sa.eand snould the
purchaser or purchasers fail to comply
with the terms of sale said premises
will be resold on the same or some sub
sequent, saiesday on the same terras
and at the rise of the former purchas
er or puichasers.
The right to sell said lots at private
sa.e is hereby reserved.
Sept. 10th, 19U6. T. M. Raysor.
A. W. SUMMEKS.
Quilified Executors of the last will
and testament of Mrs. Ann C. Wil
liamson, deceased. 9-13-41
T HEREBY FORBID ANY ONE
X to hire Eligah Gadson or auy of his
family as they are now in contract
with me for the year of 1906.
9 8-2* C M. Robinson.
Cl rk Wanted.
A YOUNG MAN FOR STORE,
1\ one not afraid of work, must he
hooest, bright, and quick, permanent
position to right one. Apply at once.
M. T. SiFLEY.
Orangeburg. S. C.
jOO BUSHELS OF FINE SEED
~r Rye for sale at 82.U0 per bushel
under ten bushel lots. All over ten
bushel lots, $] 75 per bushel. Will
ship io any address. Cash must ac
company the order.
,1. B. Traywick,
Cope, b. C.
I" HAVE OPENED A SHOP FOR
X Repairing burniture, Up-holstor
ing, lScc, and respectfully ask for a
share of the public patronage. All
work entrusted to my care will he
neatly and promptly executed. Shop on
street in rear of Wannamaker, Smoak
& Co. ^ J. C. Jones.
Our buyers have just returned from a successful trip to North
ern Mai kets. Already the Emporium is crowded with lovely
goods direct from New York.
Plaids will be the vage this Fall. Gingham Plaids, rich Tartar
design^, excellent for waists 10c and \2\c.
Worsted Pjaids, beautiful Scotch designs, pretty for waists or
childrens drf sses, all colors, 15c and 25c.
Mobair Tartar Plaids, the richest goods ever shown, magni i
cent for the lovely Pater Pan waists, the coloi ingsare lovely, the
goods look like silk, price only 50c.
Grey Plaids, both in wosted and mohair, the prettiest goods of
the year for skirts or suits, handsome in appearance, very reas
onable in price, only 50 c.
Beaded Belts, the newest thing in belts, three promise to be
all the rage this Fall. They are shown in black and in steel,
50 and 75c.
Queen Quality Shoes, finest line ever brought to rangemirg
now readv for your inspection. These shoes look well, ware
well and fit well. Ask to see them.
KOHN'S EMPORIUM, f
s When in Doubt
As to the Best
Place to Buy
Furniture, Lounges,; Rocking Chairs, Dining Chairs,
Iron and Wood Beds Suits and Odd Dressers, Carpet,
Mattings, Rugs, Linoleum, Ftc.
a Full Line of Hardware, Cooking Stoves, Rranges. A
Fine Assortment of Agate, Enamel and Tinware, Farm
ing Implements, Etc., Go to The
H Crangebnrg Hardware and Farniture Co.
The Chinese exclusion act does not prevent us from sell
ing Washing Machines. This is a free country people have a
right to do their own washing, or have it done with one of our
WASHING MACHINES AND WRINGERS. Visit our store
and all doubts along this line will be settled to your satisfac
tion when you see our stock and get prices.
Orangeburg Hardware & j?
This cut illustratesii Smooth
ing IroD Heater, which is some
thing new, and the early thing of
its kind made in the United
States. It will keep the irons
hot for at least six women busily
ironing all the tirxo. In the win
ter time it can be used on the
hearth, heated by a lew coals
from th* Ilre-pl?ce, and in the /
^summer tfnie it can bo used in/
the hearth v ith a very lit'le
trash Irona the wood box or the
wood pile, aufl in fuel aJone it
will pay for itself in a verjr
Send for circular..
J. F. Evans,
Elloree, S. C.
HE REOULAR TEACHERS'
J Orangeburg on Friday, September
21st, 1906, the examination commenc
ing at !).30a. m. The white appli
cants will he examined at the Sellers'
Avenue Graled School binding and
the colored at the State College.
At the same time applicants for
Normal Scholarships in the S. C
University will be examined at. the
Hellers'Avenue Graded School huild
iog. Stiles K. Mellichamp,
?-6-3. Supt. Educat on. O. C.
COTTON BATTEN FOR MA Kl
ing mattresses and comforts for
sale at|8 cents per pound.
3-29 ?frfcu Orange Cotton Mills.
Peal Estate Loans.
MONEY TO LOAN ON ORANGE
burg County real estate we al
ways have, at the lowest current rates i
Call and see us or write us. If youj
have money to invesL. we will put il
out for you on gilt edged real es;ate sJS
curifies. Cl,\/.e^ erbeut, ?
Orangehurg. S. C. Att'y's. at. Law. ?
Good Farm tor Sale.
A GOOD FARM CONTAINING
lYr>~><> acres in Hampton County,
near Early Branch, only live miles
from the C. and W. C. R. R., for sale.
The place is well settleo, having aJ
dwelling house and all necessary out-j
buildings For full information apply!
to Vv. H. Weekley, \1
Early Branch, S. CM?
or I. L. Reeves, [v :
8-23 Orangeburg, S.,CjH