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Orangcburg, S. C.
What aid we going to do with Cu
Santo DomiEgo next. Then
7~-?r that Mr. R'ot is on the isth
mus, wny not let him st?y there and
dig the canal?
Tile New York Sun speaks oi! the I
Democratic party as "tbe party of as
nwtoaticn and the toroh". The Sun
Is Roosevelt's organ and redacts his j
Wall Street objects acocrding to j
the Now York Times, in being obar
acterlzed as the American Monte C&r
eo, but Wall Street is Itself to blam
for adopting crambHag bouse tactios.
Tre govtitn-tLb i^icctedirg ctr?
fully says tbe'Wafhirrrton Post, in
dealing with tbe Standard Oil trust
case. Yes, that is the trouble;, tbe
Administration is loo careful with
It's pretty tough on President
Roosevelt to bave to take possession
of Cuba lust after declaring to the.,
South American rspnblics that ''the
American people entertain no lust of |
To help oat the Wall Street specu-1
lators Sscretary Shaw has deposited
?26.000.000 more with the favored
National Baaks, with interest. This I
makes a total of $158 971,091 on de
posit with the same favorable terms
But then this is a reform Administra
Nothing speaks rcore potently for)
the welfare, thrift and enterprise |
of a city of town than to see nicel
houses, neat lawns, clean streets, and
gcod sidewalks. When you observe]
tbise features you need notir quire
about school facilities they ate all
i s the pet pie axe just beginning to
build their houses cement of the Steel
Trust is oastitg a covetous eye in that
direction and as an adjunct c f Its ot
her monopolies proposes to now con
trol the Portland cement industry.
Tbe name of the new Company is the
Universal Poland Cerent Company.
Mr. Garneld favors publicity as a
cure for trusts and corrupt practices.
But Mr. Cortelyou, and Mr. Bliss and
Mr. Roosevelt have a different opin
ion. They can't pa induced to pub
lish anything about the contributionsj
made by the tnusts, railroads, nation
al banks, and insurance oompanlea to,
the Republican campaign fund.
Secretary Shaw says that people
ought to vote for the platform and
not for the candidates of a party, be
cause platforms stand for principles,
and men do not always do bo. He
must have had Mr. Roosevelt in mind
when he made that remark. Tbe
men who follow Roosevelt simply fol
low a j2ck o'lantern. He says one
thing and dees another.
It is estimated that the millions
of insects, including the cotton pest,
the potato bug, the gra-shopper, and
the San Jose scale, irfl.ct a yearly
damage of $300,000.000 upon tbe far
mers of the United States. Yet says
the Phllidelphia Record, this is not as
great as tbe annual loss they suffer
from the trustd that are sheltered by
the "stand-pat" tariff.
The drainage of the southern
swamps and marshes means improve
ment of the health of the people as
well as tbe oreation of new wealth.
Canals and drains dug through the
Bubrr,urged area would give rise to
various useful results. The earth
taken up would be material for roads.
Transportation by read arid water
would be secuied, to say nothing of
an enlarged taxable basis.
The meeting of the third Congress
ional District Republican Press asso
ciation of tbe state of Oklahoma was
held in Murkogee on Sept. 24, there
being a full attendance. After a ban
quet at the Turner hotel at noon the
association got down to business.
Resolutions were passed providing for
Beperate schools, separate coaches and
waiting rooms for negroes and protes
ting against tbe nominattor, of ne
groes to elective offices over the white
or Indian races.
The element of danger to the peace,
of every southern community is the j
vagrant class, composed for the most
part of negroes. At a time when
there is actual need of laborers, it will
be found that hundreds of able-bodied
men are idling their days asleep in the
homes that are paid for by their wive3
or female associates, and :heir n'ghts
in the g rugger es. When, abked toj
work they reply: ''No, 1 don't wmt
to work." Being iole tbeir minds be
come che 'vorkshop of the devil, and
hence coire the burglaries, robberies
s frays, and worse, the assaults on no
Sa uihtr'h Ti ?ib.
The little boy and bis Bister have
started to school. Many a rrether
has shed tears as she tock ber little
one to school and had It impres
sed upon her that her baby isno h r?,
er a baby. This is one of the
tragedies of life that make it nw.'dt.
What Is ?weeter to a motbor than
the mingled pain and grief that comes
when her little boy dons his first pair
oftrcusfn? It is the same mixture
of pain and sorrow that hallows the
plunge Into life that the little one
makes when he or she enters school
for the first time. It marks another
milestone in the ; journey that
we all must travel, the end
thereof is In the grave. It
is these events In domestic life that
are common to the nee and which
makes the whole world kin. The
mother will weep again when her boy
goes to college, or when he goes to
?ork. The same s^eet pangs will
sotr.e when her ?fcuyhter marries.
There is no fathoming the heart of a
mother. Heij love Is hke the universe
immeasurable. A? no piumbet can
sound the depths of either, so no eye
may see and no tongue may teil tbt>
wldedesi and ceplhs cf a coner's
love. No day U too ardous, no night
too long to be spent in labor for those
she loves. All joy and all pain eome
to the mother. She is the emoodl
ment of the Universal love, the best
.representative on earth of the God
love that was In the beginning, is now
and always will be. Mothers will
continue to werp their joyful Bald
tears when their children start to
I school) and children will learn some
I day what those tears mean. Try as
hard as they may, they will never be
able.to repay the love that prompted
|the tears. But tbey can try ?rd iff p
crying and me mother will forget the
teare in the pride she has their
What 1b needed in South Oarolina
is a striot and impartial enforcement
of the law against all offenders, big or
Uttle, or poor, white cr black, As
the Spartan burg Spartan says let
a negro be arrested for cr?.p shooting
or any other small gambling game
and when convicted he has to swal
low his dese and make the most of
it. When some "no cnunt" white
man is arrested for violating the dis
pensary law or other misdemeanor he
has to accept the sentence of the
court. But let a higbtoned gambler,
or a respectable retailer of drinks in
a gentlemen's club, be eonvicted and
friends rise up to help him out. By
new trials and appeals and long con
tinued pleadings your gentlemanly
scoundrel gets tri after awhile. When
it is positively known that suoh a
man is guilty the best legal talent
possible omc8 to the rescue. If that
fails, then the "best people" will sigu
a'petition to have the "rascal1'' par
doned and turned loess so he can per
sue his former business. It looks to
the ordinary, untrained mind that
laws are made to punish poor law
breakers at d to protect those wbc
have money. No amount cf legal
whitewash will whiten the charaoter
of a dishonest man. It will not even
start him out cn the road of reform,
for when he is saved one time by mon
ey and legal technicalitities he will
conclude that it will be easier to get
c ff the next time. *
The Mob Law.
While we believe that the brute
who violates tbe cbasity of a virtuous
woman should be put to death j jst as
soon as his guilt can be established
bej ond doubt we do not indorse the
mob spirit. As an exchange puts <t
there is no code for mobs to follow.
Tbe effuses for which mob punish
uisnt can be ir nicted is not written.
The orimes coming within the juris
diction of mobs are defined I y indi
viduals who feel secure in having
enough influene at their backs. So,
if forgiveness is extended to the mob
element, it will assuredly reach the
point where no man's life will be safe.
If a man can be mobbed for murder,
he can be mobbed for stealing, as has
been the case. If he can be mobbed
for a crime, he can be mobbed for bz
ing suspected of a crime. If he can
be mobbed for suipiclon that rests up
on him, men can be found who will
plaoe suspicion on any man. In fact,
under mob rule, no one is safe. For
mob law, given a free hand, will not
only punish for aots but will punish
for opinions. The people have made
laws. No man or set of men has no
right to set them aside and substitute
their will for law and punish peorl:
as they see fit. Gcvarnment which
submits to rmb law is no government
at all. An t ffnlal who does not do all
he can to bring mobs to a rea..zition
of their orimes against government
should not be permitted to hold cfQ:e
a day after his compromise with tbe
lawless element beocmes apparent.?
Hoyc and Bank?.
We learn from the Columbia Record
that Mr. Jas. A. Hoyt, who has been
with the Columbia S:ate for the past
eight years, meat t f the time as city
editor, today left that paper to bfcjme
associated with the Columbia bureau
of the Charleston News acd Courier.
Col. August Kohn remains chief of
the bureau. Col. William Banks, who
has been a star reporter of the State
for about eight years' succeeds Mr.
Hoyt as oity editor.
Mr. Hoyt is considered one of the
finest newsprper men in South Caro
lina. Tbe present high standard of
The State Is largely the result, so far
as its superb news servioe is concern
ed, of his good work, besides having
the executive ability which has ena
bled him to keep the news depart
ment up to so high a state of efficien
cy, he Is himself a reporter of no mean
cbllity, and has covered some remark
Eble assignments in a remarkable
Col Banks is known all over the
state for bis unerring judgment ol
men and his ins.ght into political af
fairs, his wonderful store of accurate
information inbtanly available for use
in his work, and his facile command
of English. His work-has always
been distinctly good. Often it has
bseu superb. He in conser/ative, fair
and well balanced, and in his new po
sition will .doubtless continue and
amplify the h norable career begat:
with his entrance into newspaper
HOW TWO BEAUTIFUL WOMEN ESCAPED
PELVIC CATARRH BY AID OF PERUK.l
Female Weakness Is Usually Pelvic Catarrh. Pe=ru=na
^ Catarrh Wherever Loq r ed.
; Mrs. Lizzie Redding, 8134 B Clifton Place, Si.
i Log is, Mo*, writeB:
i "I found after trying many different medicines
;to restore me to health, that Pemna was the only
I thing which could be depended upon. I began
[taking it when I was in a decline, induced by
1 female weakness and overwrought nerves.
"I began to feel stronger during the first week I
; took Pemna and my health improved daily until
! now I am in perfect health and enjoy life as I
! never did before."?Lizzie Redding.
Mrs. Mabie Bradford, 13 Church street,
Burlington, VU, Secretary Whit?er Oratorio
'Teruna is certainly a wonderful medicine
for the ills of women. I have heard it
spoken of in the highest praise by many,
and certainly my experienco is well worthy
of a good word.
"I began to have severe pains across my
back about a year ago, brought on by a
cold, and each subsequent month brought
me pain and distress.
"Your remedy was prescribed, sind the way
it acted upon my system was almost too good!
to be true. I certainly have regained my
health and strength, and I no longer suffer
periodical pains and extreme lassitude."--!
diseases, Including pelvic ca
tarrh a life long study.
Peruua cures catarrh, whether of the
. . I r'eruna cnreB catarru, wnetner or the
Thousands of Women Cured Every Year Ma B QT of ^
hv Corresoondence-Thls Is What ! v_v??j_
by Correspondence-Thls Is What
Dr. Hartman Proposes to Do
for You Without Charge.
Women who Buffer should read the
evidences presented he?e. We have
thousands of letters from grateful
friends who tell the same story.
Half the ills that are peculiarly
woman's own are of a catarrhal
character. Pemale weakness was not
understood for many years.
Dr. Hartman deserves the credit of
having determined its re<il character.
Ho has made catarrh and catarrhal
Pe-ru-na, a Natural Beautlfler.
Peruna produces clean, mucous mem
branes, the basis of facial symmetry
and a perfect complexion.
The women have not been slow to dis
cover that a course of Peruna will do
uk ? toward restoring youthful beauty
than all the devices known to science.
Many a girl has regained her faded
beauty, many a matron has lengthened
the days cf her comely appearance by
In Poruna these women find a prompt
and permanent cure.
Thousands of testimonials to this ef
fect are received by Dr. Hartman every
year. The good that Peruna has ac
complished in this class of cases can
scarcely be over-estimated.
j If you do not derive prompt and
j satisfactory results from the uso of
Peruna, -write at once to Dr. Hart
man, giving a full statement of your
case, and ho will be pleased to give
you hfs valuable advice gratis.
Address Dr. Hartman, President
Jof The Eartman Sanitarium, Colum
bus, Ohio. All correspondence held,
strictlv confidential. 1
[State of South Carolina, County of
Orangeb'^rg. By Robt. E. Copes,
I, Esquire, Probate Tudge.
Whereas, Mary Frederick hath made'
[suit to me, to grant her Letters of
Administration of the Estate of and
effects of Edward J. Frederick, deceas
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and Creditors of the said deceased,
that they be and aopear before me.
in the Court of Probate, to be hrld at
Orangeburg C. H., on October 19,1906,
next after publication thereof, at
11 o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause, if any they have, why the said
Administration should not be granted.
Given ur der my hand, this 4th day
of October, Anno Domini, 1906.
10-11-2 Robt. E. Copes,
[l. s.] Judge of Probate.
HPEE UNDERSIGNED WILL OF
X fer his farm f)rsale on the tirst
Monday in November during the legal
hours of sale, containing27$ acres more
or less, in the Fork of the Edisto, 2$
miles from Binnicker's Bridge and
bounded by lands of Wroton and
John Brunson Good well of water,
good apple and peach orchards, dwel
ling and store house with good trade
built up and out buildings.
10-11-4* J. P. Hutto.
ASPECIAL MEETING OF ALL
Township Cotton Associations is
called for Saturday, at 10 o'clook, 13th, |
instant. All Sub-Associations are urg-'
ed to carry out the plan outlined by
the County Association at its last |
meeting, to conclude the business for
J. E. Wannamakeu, Prest.
G. L. Salley, Secty.
P ED BROWN SETTER DOG with
XL naruf of owner, M. Ii. Frierson on
collar. Finder will be rewarded by
returning same to M. R. Frierson,
Agent Life Insurance Company of
Virginia, second floor Edisto Building,
Orangeburg, S. C. 10-11-1*
MRS. JAS. T. PARKS WILL BE
prepared on Nov. 1 to take hoard
ers at her home on Amelia Street,
next door to Dr. J. H. Pcrreyciear's
Special rates to two or moregeDtlemen
who will occupy the same room.
T>APER SHELL PECAN TREES.
X One and two < ears old. Seedings,
Steck limited. Jvdk Robinson,
10-11-4* Kowesville, S. C.
HP RES RA SS ING ON OUR LANDS
X positively forbidden. Persons per
sisting in doing so after this notice
will he prosecuted.
10-11-4* Alma Felder.
?\TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
JL\ that the County Board of Control
at a special meeting at < ?rangeburg on ?
Saturday October 13th 1006, will elect!
a Reer Dispenser for the city of Or- j
anneburg. All applications must be ?
in legal form.
All applications must he tiled with
the Board twenty days before the emo
tion, and the parties elected must he
prepared to g've bond on the day of
their elect im. Proper blanks can he
had by applying to Mr. E. W. Ilouser
clerk of Board, with stamped en
velope. II. C. Paulling,
STORE YOUR COTTON!
THE STANDARD WAREHOUSE
Off us its splendid facilities to the
farmers and dealers of Carolina.
Warehouses located at
Anderson, ? Newberry,
Low Storage R%tP8.
We Insure Your Cotton.
Receipts Good as Gjld.
E ? quire of your looal manager for
races, or address
CEAS. T. LIPSCOMB,
Secretrry Stan^a^d Warehouse Co.,
Columbia. S. 0.
Room for Your Cotton.
Take No Chances but U3e a?SAFE
VALUABLE REAL. ESTATE.
WE HAVE PURCHASED THE
Paul A. Gl^aton plantation, in
cluding machinery, &c, and now of
fer it for sale as a whole or in small
tracts. Terms reasonable. Plot can
be seen and full particulars had upon
application. .1. A. Bekry,
10-11 D. O. nEUCKIlT.
AQO BUSHELS OF FINE SEED
*x Rye for sale at $2.00 per bushel
under ten bushel lots. All over ten
bushel lots, $175 per bushel. Will
ship to any address. Cash must ac
company the order.
J. B. Tkaywick,
Cope, S. C
ONE 15 H. P. ENGINE; ONE 20
b. p. boiler; one 11-2 Deloaoh Saw
Mill; one Timber Cart. All in first
class condition. Also timber to last
one year. Apply F. P. Langley,
R. F.D. No.4.
10-4-2* Orangeburg, S. C.
produces One rc?.nlt? In 30 days. It arts
powerfully nndquickly. Cures when others fall.
Toungtnen can regain their lost manhood and
old n;rn may recover their youthful vigor l>y
uslng UK VIVO. It quickly and quietly re
moves Nervousness, Lost Vitality, Sexual
Weakness such as Lost Power, Failing Memory,
Wasting Diseases, and effects of self-abuse or
excess and indiscretion, which uniits one for
si udy, business or marriago. It not only cures
bv starting at the seat of disease, but is a great
nervo tonic and blood builder, bringing
back tlie pink glow to pale check* and re
storing the flro of youth. It wards off an
proac hing disease. Insist on having ICICVIYO,
no other. It can be carried in vest pocket. By
mail. $1.00 |>.-r package, or six for $5.00. Wo
give free advice' and counsel tu all who wish it,
with guarantee. Circulars free. Address
ROYAL MEDICINE CO., Marine Bldn.. Cliicaco. III.
For sale in Orangeburg, S. C. by Low
man & Lowman.
Summons tor Relief.
The State of South CaroMna, County
of Orangeburg; Court of Commor
A. C. liouck, Daniel W. Houck, Perry
0. Houck, Jesse H. Houc", and Ida
C. Davis, Plaintiffs against
Oliver B. Bnldwin, Beulah Nettles,
Rosa J. Williams, Minnie ?'. Fralick.
Bass Zeigler, Annie Killingsworth,
Jesse Zeigler, Geneva Zeigler. Julius
Zeiglfr, Myrtle Zeigler and Lisla
To the Defendants above named
I You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint in this
action which is now filed in the otlice
of the Clerk of Coui t of Common Pleas
for the said County and to serve a
copy of your answer to the said Com
plaint on the subscribers at their of
fices at Orangoburg C. H., S. O, with
in twenty days after the service here
of; exclusive of the day of such ser
vice; and if you fail to answer the
complaint within the time aforesaid,
the plaintiffs in this action will apply
to the Court for the relief demanded
in the complaint.
Glaze & Herbert,
To the absent Defendants, Oliver
Baldwin, Bass Zeigler, Annie Kill
ingsworth, Jesse Zeigler, Geneva
Zeinler, Julius Zeigler, Myrtle Zeig
ler and Lisla Zeigler:
Take notice that the summons in
this action, of which tlie foregoing is
a copy, is now on tile in the otlice of
the Clerk of the Court of Common
Pleas in and for the County of Orange
burg, in said State. And the Infant
Defendants will a'so take notice that
unless t hey apply for ai d obta'n the
appointment of a Guardian ad Litern
to represent them in this action with
in twenty days from the completion
of the service by publication herein,
the Plaintiffs will apply for the ap
pointment of some lit and proper per
son to represent them as Guardian ad
Litein in this action.
August 21, 1906.
GLAZE & HERBERT,
Farmers and Merchants' Bank.
CAPITAL STOCK $30,000.
President, Vice President.
1. S. flarley. W. L. MosHev
Cashier, W. B. Thompson.
Board of Direcors.
L S. ITarley, T. Ii. McCants
[. W. Bowman, L. E. Riley,
Isidore Rich, W. L. Moseley
J.W.Sandel, R. P. Way,
Hobt. E. Wannamaker.
We announce with pleasure to oui
patrons and the general public that
we have moved into our New Banklnf
Rooms corner of Russell and Brcigh
ton Sts., where we are prepared to de z
General Banking Business.
Our Bank is supplied with Fireproc.
Vaults and Burglar and Fire Proc
Safe. We ask you for your deposit
and will extend every accomdattoi
Real Estate Loans,
"jl JONEY TO LOAN ON ORANGE
! ItJL burg County real estate we al
ways have, at the lowest current rates.
Call and see us or write us. J.f you
have money to invesl, we will put it
our for you on gilt edged real estate se
curities. Glaze & bbkiiert,
Orangeburg, S. C. Att'y's. at Law.
TX)UR BOAPDERS CAN BE AC
J commodated by me on Sellers
Avenue,oppo ite the fellers Avenue
9-13-5* i'v,i;s. C. J. BOCHKTTE,
a LOT C1IO CB COUNTV RAIS
j\ ed Apple Seed Oats for sale. Ap
ply to VV. A. Dantzlbr,
j l?-4-4* Vauces, S. C.
This is the trademark of
the great Buck's Stoves?
the mark of quality, o
and a guarantee of all
In the millions of American hcmee, will be fornd
more stoves and'ranges bearing this trademark, than
any others. The perfection of this line is the result
of sixty years of science and test in stove building,
J. W. Smoak.
Orangeburg, S C.
Fall Opening Of The New
Schloss Styles for Men. This is the great clothing event of
the year?Our advance Showing of the New Schloss Fall and
Winter models. As every one know who is at all Posted on
the Subject, the new Styles are very largely originated by the
Schloss designs and later copied by others
The present season is a good illustration. Now that our
Fall Stock is here, we can show you new advance models that
will not be generally offered for at leaet two or three months*
? Ask to See the New Schloss "HARVAN" Sack.
Our line of Mrs. James Hopkins Suits for Young Men and
Boy's now ready for inspection.
CLOTHING-SHOES HATSASD MEN'S FURNISHINGS.
Orangetarg, S. C.
In order to meet competition, we have succeeded in
raising one of the strongest faculties to be obtained by
a busieess college. We now ask the patronage of at
east the patrons of Orangeburg County. Our county
is the largest and one of the wealthiest in the State.
Why not have the largest and best Business College in
the State? Your patronage is all that is neaded. t)ur
advantages are second to none and what we ask now is
TO investigation For College Journal, address:
Orangeburg Business College,
Orangeburg, S. C.
A. H. WHITE, Princ
This cut illustratesli Smoot
iiiK innj Heater, which ia sor
thing new, and the 011 y thine
its kind made in the Unil
State*. It will keep tho irol
hot fur at least six women busil
ironing all the ti r.e. In he wiJ
ter time it can bo used on thl
hearth, heated by a few coall
from the ila?-phi e, and in thd
summer time it can lie used inl
the hearth *ith u very little*]
trash Ironi the wood Ikix or thoi
wood pile, anil in fuel alone itf
will pay for itself in a very!
short while. Send for circular..
J. F. Evans,
Elloree, S. C.
A FINE RESIDENCE, TWO stop
xl brick, corner Sellers Avenue and
Hrotighton Street. Large convenient
12 rooms, and 2 baths. Also two ad
joiningjlots 300 feet front, a rare oppor
tun'ty for a good line house. Terms
easy; 1-3 cash, balarce 1. 2, 3 and 4 yrs
at (i per ceni interest. Apply to
2* Or'b'g Hardware & Furniture Co.
Special Lumber S^le.
T\n-: HAVE AT OVR MILL TWO
tt railas from Orangeburg 50,000
fee' of Floorii gaud Ceiling which we
wish to sell at once. Hill name a
close price. Toi.Eit & LoKTON,
Orangeburg, S. C.
ONF McCORMICK MOWING MA
chine Blade between Orangeburg
and Mr. Henry Damzleron Mt. Le
banan Road. The linder will please
notify D. M. Frbsnbb,
R. F. D. No. 1 Orangeburg, S. C.
Notlcs to Creditor?.
A LL PERSONS HOLDING claim?.
xV against tbe estate of George M.
Bruner deceased will prerent the same
properly powers, and all persons in
debted "to said estate will make pay
ment to Fred H. Grambling, qualified
executor of the last willand testament
of George M. Bruner, deceased. <t 27-4
rpHE ORANGEBURG COLORED*
L investment Company is prepar?d
to buy and sell farming lands, lots, etc.
We havo for sale on easy terms in this
and adjoining counties, about 2,500*
acres of good farming lands, cut tc?
suit purchasers from 20 acres uj
For information s< e ~ 'f*
H. B. Thomas,
Dan'l. Mooujsr, M.
N. C. NiX,
A. G. Townsknd,|