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To My Friends and Customers.
The Fall of 1906 is here and all your wants can be supplied oy a visit to my store, Come one,
come all and make your Fall purchases from a stock of the most complete ever shown in our City
The Shoe Department
5s composed of Leading Brands. rJ he famous Zeigler Bros' Shoe of Phil,
adelphia for Ladies, Misses and Babies. While I was North, I had the
pleasure of going all over this factory and I don't' beleive there is a shoe
made in the United States with as much care as Zeigler Bros' Shoes are.
For men and boys the famous W. L. Douglas Shoe of Brocton, Mass with
fortv years reputation of hones.t shoe making, have already won their way
into the hearts of the men and boys. I make a specialty of shoes and I be
jeive that any thing you want in that line can be found at my place.
Tbe Dress Goods Department
Is composed of all the latest materials. Shadow plaids, Silks, solid colors,
chks, varigated and plaids. Our black goods in prices from the ch ap
woosted at 10c per yard to the silks warp Henrietta from 90c to ?1.50 per
yard are values seldom see. I am showing a black brown and grey scillian
(nothing better for shirts) 52 inch wide at 48c per yard. Any thing in
white goods may be found here.
The Clothing Department
is the most complete shown this side of New York. We take care of the
small boy from two years old that weighs'20 or 25 lbs to the large man who
weighs 350 lbs. We fit the fat boy and the slim boy; the tall man and the
short man. In fact we can fit any thing that wears pants.
Best in the World. !
The Domestic Department
In the Domestic Department you can find anything in sea island homespun
from 5c to 8c per yard. Drill rugs from '> 1-4 to 20c per yard Bed Tuck
ings from 5 to 2oc per yard. Bleaching from 5 to L2?o per yard. Cam
bric from 5 to 12^c per yard. Chk Hompspun from 4^ to 10c per yd.
Brown and Black sheeting from 20 to 35c per yard. I am als> showing
the best linen sheeting at SOc ever shown in the town. Table Linens from
20o to$l.f>0 per yard. Flannels in white and red from \2\ to 75c per
yard A full line of crashes in cotton and linen from 5c to 20c per yard.
The greatest line of cotton and linen towels from 1.0c to SI 00 p^r pair.
Everything in blankets from 50c a pair to $8 00 per pr. The most beau
tiful line of quilts ever shown in the city. Prices from 1.00 to $8.00. Our
down quilt* are dreams of lovliness. Friends, anything that is kept in the
Domestic Department can be found at my place.
Oar Hat Department
composed of several leading brand* such as Stetson, Royal Coat, Davidson
and the Royal Limited A.ny style and size may bo found in this depart
ranging from 25c to $5.00.
My Haberdasher Department.
Mv Haberdasher Department is coinplpte with Shirts 25r*ts to 1.50 apiece.
Belts, Garters, Underwear The cheapest and best Sipend^rs all prices.
Best 4 ply ollars ever sold on the market for 10 cents. Neck Wear aU
prices and shapes to please the most fatidious. Friends, I have tried to be
in a position to serve every one that come my way..
Remember When You Are In Want Of Dry Goods Notions,
lotnmg, Shoes And Hats That
IS THE PLACE.
Insure your farm residences, barns, stables, out buildings and
tenant houses, also stock, horses, mules, buggies, wagons, car
riages and harness for 3-4 of old line rates in the Carolina
Mutual of Spartanburg. Noassesmeafs. Also bale Cotton on
the farm al a much smaller rate than old line Cos. charge. No
ware house charges and no assessments for rates on Cotton
J. 33. Frierson, |
Agent, Orangeburg, S. C.
!UR SALE?A magnificent
mtation containing 3731 acres,
of which is in a splendid
jte of cultivation, all can be
fnted. Six room dwelling,
l-ge barns and stables, ginnery
id saw mill outfit complete,
ituated 3 m les from Elloree,
one of tbe best and most
lealtbful itics In Or
mgeburg Count t< on
I can bandle your property to
idvant4ge. If you wish to pur
chase or sell, I shall he glad to
'communicate with you.
Jas. H. HH
iOWMAN & SHEC?T,
j_ Physicians and Surgeons,
City and County Calls Acceiped
Lowman Drug Company,
Orangeburg, S 0.
William K Palter,
md staiy Edisto Building,
igeburg, S. C.
lours 8 a m, 6p.
Stoc 1 Iff
Just received car load Scrd
Oats, Seed Rye and Wheat.
Call and inspect my stock.
I will treat you right. Lo
Next door to the dispensary.
2C2 - Phone - 252
For Administrator, Guardians,
Trustees. Receivers, Dispensers, Cash
ier Attachment, or any other position
of trust executed without delay 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 551?A ATTO ?3T 3 f '
LOOK AT LABEL.
Government Regulations About
Buying Meat inEffjct.
DOM'f BK IMPOSED ON.
j false or D cepiive Names on Labels
No Longer Permitted by Law.
Puri v of Product Guar
anteed by Government
The new law insuring the fresh
cess ^rd purity of the meat packers'
produot has now g^n? into rffect and
the householders may be exiin'ning
the labels on the packages ba astu-ed
of what they are buying.
Wh*n the disclosures were rnad<
some monjhfl ago relative to tht) con
dition of the paoklrg h uses and
yarls and the careless manner in
w?iob the food supply was prepared,
the demand for. he products fell iff
1q Charleston as at other . -'aces and
the retail stores btve not been able to
build up tbe business to any grea^
extent. Njw, howevt-.r, with tht
ohan^es which have been made in tbe
system of preparing tbe goods ad
the new labels, attesting to boe fresh
nesh and parley cf the products, tht
stores & re looking forward to bett>. i
trade, in the puckers' products, but
with the lo.-s wnicu nr.ny stores ix
parlor o-d wltrj o^d gooia on their
?ends, the ne*v stocks will not ba as
large as heretofore in Charleston,
until t;:e public pulss ras been felo on
enn tr-ide in the iroods in question
Tue meat label regulations njt tbe
jibLe'i a hard blow, ss may be noted
in tu? ext*ac;s from the new lav
which has ju^t goneInto effect:
"Regulation 32.?Uxm each can,
pot, tin, os.lv&', or other receptacle
or covering obtaining any meat or
meat product for interstate or foreign
I commerce, except packages on which
! meat inspection Btamps aopear, there
.shall be piaoed under sv,.rvislon of a
department employee, a trado label.
This trade label shall contain the
words "U. S. Inspected and Passed,
under tbe Act of Oongress of June 30,
1906," in plain letters and figures of
uniform B;i3, the number of the
establishment at which the meat or
meat food produot is last prepared or
packed, and labeled, and tbe true
name of the meat or meat food pro
duc$ contained in such package. Only
trade rames which are not f Use or
deceptive may be used upon the trade
label. A copy of each trade label
sball be filled with the inspeotor In
charge for bis approval. The in
spector in charge shall approve or
disapprove each trade label, and re
port his action for approval to the
chief of the bureau of animal Indus
try, forwarding wbloh nave uen ap
proved by the secretary cf agvicui
bure ^hall be uaH.
"Regulation 33 ?No meat or vne-?\
food product80E.il be snid or ifhra
'or eale by sr;y person, rirm or c r*
poratlon In interstate or foreign c..<s
merce und?r any fsJaf. o: de-vp iv
name; but e.Hta':ilahed wdn natce o
na.mei* wr?ch arf usual to f>uch pre
duote and which ar* no& f^lae and oe
osptlvft, and <*n!cn shall b;> rp provef
by the secretary of agriculture ar
permitted Tr.'da labels which zr
false or deceptive In acy pwlhula
ah&ll not be permitted A meat f kh
product, wteth'T comrosed rf oc
or ncora ingredients, s1 all not to
nameo on i trad? label with a mm
&wnh:aror parp'Ttinv to nhow tba
the eald'my t fi<ccl product Is a suh
stancs whJCQ Is not the prir cipal in
kTedient cocialn'id tbfc;ei:7, ever
shou^h suoi Dime bp. au eatabllsuec
'"R.gulatlon 39 ?( ) No meat o
m-^at food pruduc? for mier.ita'.e cone
uueice, or for foreign comcocroe t-x
ocpt as hereinafter provld.-d, shah
contain a;^y substance which lcssem
us w/ioleyo'ijeiiea", nor any drug
cbemlcal, or dye (teller eptciSoii;.
provided for hy a Fadftril 3txt.it ), o
preservative, other :haL oomrronc&k
.?.u^'?r, woo", nmolce, vinegar, pur*
&p;ce, and p:nding rur.her irqulry
dnicyeter lus^c^on and sampling
uf pri'p*red is:-a;b acd meat food pro
liuc-.a oy department employee* aha.
Of. cun^'uttd In suoh manner and at
such tlr/iea as msy he nwje; sary to tu
cure a rigi-J en Lrcemcnt of this reij- J
"( ) In p.cc.T'ULice with the.
directionof the ;or"l^n rurchaser or'
iiuag:nt, rafat.fi and meat, food pro-i
due s ;veri*red for export may contain
prcSo.*-.-; ives lit propurtiohs w; ich do
not CO) 11 Ot with the laws of the f. r.i
ti/n c^uu;ry to wvmc? they a:e tu oe
"Wamcuoh meats or meat food:
products are prepimd ior cxp rt
uadcr this regulation th*y shall be
crepwd In c}t;:p.trcmei:ts of the es- j
tablisbmonf t-.jparate and apart from j
Dhese In w.iio 1 meats ar^d meat fo^d
produce a- p-epared accyrdlrg to
paragraph (. of th's regulation, and
hucu produo'8 shall bs kepo separate
and sb.il >e labeled with special
tr&de labc..., approved bv the secre
tary of agriculture, and Indicating
that such products are for eipo
certificates will be Issued for meats
and meat food products of this
oharact^r, and, If the products are
not exported, under no circumstances
shall the; be allowed to enter domes
The regulation regarding false or
deceptive names on trade labels Is re
garded as of first importance in Job
bing circles It hits the private la
bel a cruel blow, In that heresfter co
jobber unless be be a manufactures
of the articlo will be allowed to ues
the name of a brand unless he bar
M->e word-i "Dieted for" on the label.
Heretofore the labels have read as
though the brand mentioned covored
a product by the jobber himself.
A Fatal Row.
Resulting from a quarrel as to obey
ing orders Riven by Charles Lavtoc.
'orew&n of a dairy at Rale;gh, N 0.
o ADd'ew Mooneybam, Lay too
r.ru k M toceybam over tbe heat
?Ith rbt> vel, crushing the skull fire
cllllCK b'm. Mooneybam waf a?va c
??g on L'.vtou wHh a stick at ibt
?tme. MooneyhBic's wife came u\
I nri es* ner husband lying od tb<
.-round. Sbe att^cved Ls,yton, wbt
j 'tiucfc her with hin flat ana knock'"
ier d..wn. Sbe is '.u a pe.ious cotdi
lon. Livt<r>n w? ? ^iwrted,
DevJ'M ' d ? -'xirf,
is no worse than the terrible case of
Piles that aillicted rne lu years. Then
1 was advise i to apply Buoklen's Ar
nica Salve, and less tiian a box perma
nently cured me, writes L. S. .Napier,
of Rubles, Ky. Heals all wounds,
iiurns aiKl Sores like magic 25c at J.
br. Wannamaker Mfg. Co , druggist.
Milled in a Rantwiy.
Dr. Wm. T. Skinner, of Glasgow,
jear Wilmington, N. C, onu or the
;esa known ^hys'claos 'n the State
vnd hiH daugbrer, Ena, wer?;
billed near their home whan theli
lorse became frightened by u>e loco*
notive of a nearby train and ranavsav.
Dr. SiJluner *?J 55 vpnrtt ? !d.
This is to certify that all drupgists
are authors d to refund your money
if 1 oley's Boney ana Tar fails to cure
your cougii or cold, j t stops tlie cough,
heals the lungs and prevents serious
results iiom a cold. Cures la grippe
cough and preven s pneumonia and
consumption. Contains no opiates.
Tlit; genuine is in a yellow package.
Refuse Substitut? s. A C. Dukes
A Murder Myuttry.
Slbtnrtfl tfcL'an, a well known
undertakjr or Jlwton N. C, w*3 kill
ed Satu-day nig it in nly shop and
the bedy was noii dlsoyvered until
t)day, navlng b3sn mis. sog naarl- 40
hmrs. The nua was probably m ir
derod during the night, but no uudh
Geo. i>. Maker & Sol
The Largest and Most Complete
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Moldings,
Sash, Weights, Co Hardware and
Hardware & Rcady-Anxed Paint
Cjarlesum, S. C.
We have put in a nice lot o? g)ods thai will help you to keepiool during
he Summer months.
Screen Doors and Windovrs, Screen Wire Cloth,
Ico Cream Freezers, Water Coolers.
Ice Picks, j Wire Hammocks,
Corded Hammocks, Fly Traps
For Pleasure we have
Base Ball Goods,
Fishing Lines and Poles.
Now is the time to Paint your house old or new. We have ^all gradea
and colors of Paints. Try Muresco Sanitary Wall Coating, it is the best
and prettiest Special Screen Wire Paint.
Make labor light by using our uo-to-date Washing Machines and
ringers, Asbest;)-? Si l fron*, Large and Small Month Fruit_Jara
We make a specialty of improved dining room and kitchen iurniture.
Call and examine our stock.
Arthur Hardware Co.,
' St. Matthews and Eiloree, S. C.
Tombstones and Monuments.
[represent thru* ? irge marble works, and it will pay anybody
needing anVing ni this line to get my prices before buying.
You should . ;i i.nlto mark the last resting place of your loved
ones wi i sioue whose inscription will survive for many years
the ci-'i '?Mag touch of t:mo. It is a duty of love that should be
fjyi' l i>. z 1 by something more lasting than flowers watered by
tp-irs 'i (j[i'ief. Every 6lab, shaft, tombstone or monument I han
(*!?? is a triumph of the stone cutter's, sculptor's and engraver's
art ami my prices are most reasonable. How 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 iu every particular.
Also take orders for high-grade sewing machines, pianos and
organs. Others are higher in price?but none better.
J. WANNAMAKER, Orangeburg., S. C.
Residence on Pearl street between Orange street and Railroad Avenue.
NEW DROP-HEAD MACHINES
sold on asy payments. Good prices allowed for old Machines in
exchai. 3. Second-hand Machines from $5.00 to $15.00. Also
parts a id attachments furnished for all standard makes. Prompt
attention to mail orders.
New Bicycles Sold on Easy Payments.
AldO Bicycle parts and sundries furnished for all standard makes.
General Repair Shop for Sewing Machines, Bicycles, Guns, Clocks
Give me your work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
J. H. S M I T H.
Market Street ? - Opposite New Postoffice.