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Wednesday, Jan. 30th, to Saturday, Feb. 9th, 1907.
This sale will commence promptly at 9 o'clock Wednesday, Jan. 30th, and continue for Ten Days. This
line of Embroideries is the finest ever shown in Orangeburg. All match sets.
20,000 YARDS OF EMBROIDERY
Has been bought specially for this grand sale?5c, 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c. 35c, 50c. We promise the best
values you have ever purchased at any sale. You can't afford to stay away. Will sell you as many yards
oi any piece as you want.
I Vals and Torchon Laces. I
t Our full lines of Vals and Torchon Laces are all in this sale. We have just received a |
I new line and give you 1807 natfcems. A grand chance to bay all your summer laces ata
% very reduced prices.
Wash Habutau Silk.
We have a i extra value in Wash llabutau Silk:
20 inches wide, special at.
24 inches wide, special at. oOc
27 inches wide, special at. 40c
80 inches wide, special at.".. 50s
Is overflowing with new Spring goods specially purchased for THIS SALE:
f 25 pieces of White 1007 styles in Mercerized Waistings, 25c values, at. ]5
500 yards of French Lawns, short ends, 15c and 20c values, this sale at. 10c
250 vards of wide "'Lingerie" Lawns, wortn 20c to 35c yard, this sale at. 10c
o500 yards of 40-inch White Lawn Remnants, as sold before, (only 25 yards to customer). 5c
2000 yards of Knicker Zephyr Ginghams goods, that retail for 12Jc, sale at. 5c
1250 yards of Fine Chambrays and Ginghams, solid and fancy, 10c value, at. i;e
500 yards of solid color, only in Chambrays, in full pieces, red; blue and gray, at. oe
20 pieces of Dress Ginghams, Spring styles, a grand value, special at. r>c
1 case of tandard Grade llleaching, 30 inches wide, sofi linish, at.
86-inch wide Cannon Cloth, Linon linish, very special, a!. [oc
2!-yards wide all pure round thread Sheeting, sold usually at $L.25 yard, this sale at 00o, yards will make a
Will make very sptcial prices on all White and Brown Lhiens.
15 pieces of Small Check Nainsook, a 10c value, at,.
We have marked special prices on all P Ks and Madras for this sale.
We have 100 Rugs of Wifton aud Velvet Carpet, 37 inches wide, 54 inches long, that we will sell at this sale for $1.00 each.
All coods at this sale for Cash. XO TICKETS GIVES.
These rugs arecheap at $2.00. We have the goods we advertise and you can come expecting to find ihem.
38 Russell Street.
Every Saturday; until further notice at!
the store lately occupied by Dr. 0. R.
Lowman the Orangeburg Buggy Co.
will sell at auction portions of the
stock bought at the bankrupt sale of!
0. R. Lowman.
Be Snre That Yon Attend These Sales*
Oipli Bur Coiw,
ASHBY 0. RICKENBAKER, Manager.
ORANGEBURG, S: C.
Having bought out the entire stock of Sewing Machines of Dr. 0. R.
Lowman we now offer same to the public a? unheard of prices.
64 brand new drophead White Machines (none better) at $19.50 the ma
5n6w drophead Wheeler & Wilson (the old standby) at $24 50 the machino
3 new New Homes (standard machine?) at $21.50 each.
57 second hand Machines in good order at unheard of prices,
Never Such Prices Before!
Far Less Than Wholesale Cost!
They Are Going Rapidly!
For further information call on
HYDRICK M. FAIREY, Agent,
ORANGEB?RG, S. C.
liisc ol Unclaimed Lettern.
Unclaimed letters remaining in tb<
Orangeburg post office for week end
ing Jan. 21st, 1907.
Sam Ayers, James Alexander.
Mrs. Leale Billiy, Emlc Bodrlck,
Brownner Burry, Perry Bowman.
John Cooper, Adam. C&ldweli, Ne
O.', si Matie Da via, J. W. Davis.
Willie Folder, John Frnnell, Mrs.
Annie Funches. Joe Felder.
Miss Marths Gre6D, Miss Haitie
Gardner, Mlas Georgia Green (2), Miss
Lula Green, Miss Hattle Z. Garrott,
David Gardner, Dczy Gilmure, JatneF
Goodwin, Miss Joseph Glover, Mid
dleton Gannt, Mrs. Katie Gillyard.
Miss Maggie Hugens, Miss Jlmf
Hounpeu, Miss Mary Howard, Willie
Miss Mary Ivans, J. W. Illery.
Carrie Johnson. Miss Elvira Je filer
son, Cornelia Jenkins, Lawrence Jen
kins, Miss Annie Johnson, Mis. Es
tella Johnson, Mrs. Rose Jessar.
Mrs. Ida Kennady.
B. L. L?ons, Miss Suean Logan,
Mrs. Ella Lowry, Miss Lola Lowry.
Mrs. Lula McM'cbael, Miss Bessie
MoDanlel, J. W. Myers, John Mont
A. B Phillips, J. H. Pinokney.
Mrs. M. E. Raysor, Benny Robin
rod, Mrs. Amanda Rush, Miss Amn'f
Roberts, Miss Lillie Ro&toh, C. H
Mrs. Raohael Stroman, A D. Snm
mer, J. Walter Suber, L. F. Sutten,
H. H. Srooak, C. A. Smoak, Alcnzo
Simmons, Masco Samuels.
Miss Eader Tvler, Miss Marie Ty
ler, Miss Rebecca Tayler, PhriBell
Wright, Miss Marie Wright, Miss
Nannie Williams, Miss Lisle Wil
liams, Mrs. Raohael Wannamaker,
Miss Ida Wolfe, Miss Hatuie Whaley,
Miss Ida Workee, J. W. Y arbor.
Persons calling for the above will
please say that they are advertised.
A. D. Webster, Postmaster.
Showo Up Old Board.
i Mr. J. E. McDonald, who was em
ployed as speoial attorney by the
present dispensary board fco report on
i the legality of certain purchases made
jby the former board, consisting of
! Chairman H. H. Evans, John Bell
iTowlll and L. W. Boy kin, has made
his report. The report shows that
?200,030 worth of lio.uor was bought
In excess of thu institution's needs by
the former board, and the report of
the directors states that of this
imount ?110,249.74 was returned the
rest being used. Most of these pur
chases, Mr. McDonald declares were
Illegally made and, as was brought
out by the investigating committee,
orders were frequently given by the
clerk of the board OTer the telephone,
or without ordur from the board, a
resolution of the board empowering
me clerk to do this whenever it was
Mro et Bowman.
Bowman Jan. 22 ?Special: Ton
dwelling of Col. R L Shuler located
almost in the center cf this town wa*
destroyed by fire yesterday about
10 SO a. m. The fire was first dls j
covered by smoke issuing from tbe
roof near tbe stove due and gained
such headway before any material
oould be secured to reach the flarrea
every ore present won realized that
the building was doomed to dls true
tton and every effort was made to
keep the fire under control. Hnn
dreds of people old and young, white
and colored, "little and blg,"leot a
willing helping hand and by what
might be termed superhuman aid tbe
fi^e was kept under control, Dot
before however it had also destroyed
a email worden store building on an
?djacent lot the property of Mr. A.
G. Sbroman. The dwelling of Mr
Stroman which was nn'y about 40
feet from Col. Shulers building cauprbt
n>e a number of times but by heroic
? ff irts on the part of the fighters It
was saved, but dam&ped to a con
siderable extent. Col Shuler's loss is
almost entirely covered by insurance.
Mr. Stroman's loss is fully covered.
Mr. Frank L. Shuler lost his barn
and contents also by fire on Saturday
night. Mr. Shuler lives about 4 miles
above Bowman on the old Oraogeburg
and Charleston road. The origin of
the fire is not known neither the
value of the property destroyed has
be?n ascertained so far. Dundkb.
Circuit Court Sale.
State of South Carolina?County of
Orangeburg?In Common Pleas.
John W. Berry, Plaintiff, against
Israel Hampton, Defendant.
By virtue of the judgment in the
above stated case, I will sell at public
auction, at Orangeburg Court House,
during tbe legal hours for sales, on the
first Monday in February, 1907, being
the 4tb day of said month, the follow
ing described real estate:
All that certain tract or plantation
of land, situate, lying and being in
Orange Township, and the County of
Orangeburg, and State of South Caro
lina, containing thirteen (13) acres,
more or less, and bounded as follows:
On tbe north by P. W. Farnum; on
the east by George Inabinet and oth
ers: on the south by Isaac Bennett,
and on the west by Haynes Moore and
others; being tbe one-sixth (1-6) in
terest of Frances Spire?, deceased, of
sixty-nine (<W) acres of land bounded
Terms, Cash; the purchaser or pur
chasers to pay for all papers and all
taxes falling due after-the day of sale,
and in case the puichaseror purchas
ers fail to comply with the terms of
sale, said real estate will be resold, on
the same or some subsequent salesday,
on the same terms, and at the risk of
the former purchaser or purchasers.
HOBT E. COPES,
Judge of Probate, as Special Referee.
Real Estate Loans.
MONEY TO LOAN ON ORANGE
burg County real estate we al
ways have, at the lowest current rates
Call and see us cr write us. If you
l have money to invest, we will put it
j out for you on gilt edged real estate se
curities. glazk& 'ebbert,
Orangeburg, S. C. Att'y's. au Law.
THE CONSTRUCTION is Aery simple, making the
plow perfect in strength ami durability, and
equal to any needful strain, lluilt from the
ground up with a view to simplicity, conve
nience of the operator and perfect work. Steel
wheels with removable b)xea, which aro dirt
and dust proof.
THE DRAFT. The plow is rigid in the frame and
carried on the three wheels, is necessarily
very light draft, as there is no landslide or
CONDITION OF SOIL. The front and rear furrow
wheels are angled so as to run in the corner,
or angle, of furrow. This arrangement holds
the plow firmly to its work even in hard
ground. The incline of the axhs is such that
the wear is on the ends, and that the oil runs
down into the wheel boxes which form a reser
voir for the oil; thus reducing the friction to
the minimum. Abundant clearance between
the plow and front furrow wheel does away
with all liability to clog.
Veed hook further insures the covering of all
trash and high weeds.
THE LEVERS are within easy reach of the operator,
who from hh seat can perfectly control the
plow. The furrow lever raises and lowers the
plow, thus regulating the depth of plowing.
T.:e leveling lever tc the land wheel adjusts
the wheel on the land so as to level the plow
when plowing at different depths. The draft
rod lever gives, any desired '"land."
THE REAR WHEEL LOCK is released by a slight
pressure of the foot, then the wheel is free to
ca-tor in any direction; thus enabling the
plow while in the ground to turn a perfectly
square corner under all circumstance'-.
IN QUALITY OF WORK, lightness of draft, eoee of
adjustment and handling it is first class in
THE HITCH is easily adjusted, arid by the landing
lever connected with it may. while the plow iij
in motion, be promptly regulated to (jive any
desired "laud." Two, three or four horsey
inay be hitched abreast or tandem
FOR SAL6 BY