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OIF1 OEANGEBUEG, S. C
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS,
B. E MOSS, President J. M. OLIVER, Vice-President
F. S. DIBBLE, Vice-President W. L. GLOVEB, Cashier
B. H. Moss,
J. M. Oliver, J. W. Smoak, , T. C. Doyle,
W. R. Lowman. Sol Kohn,
M, 0. Dantzler,
We solicit accounts of Farmers, Merchants, Corporations and Individuals upon terms consistent with good banking.
We always have money to loan on good security,,
We pay interest in the Savings Department at the rate of 4 per cent, per annum, pa/able every three months, January,
April, July and October.
Depository of the City of Orangeburg, the County of Orangeburg and the State of South Carolina.
.state and defendant and the defend
ant himself, and that-the testimony
30 taken shall be read to ?be jury as
tbe evidence of the said witness on
the trial of the case. This is tbe law
in, at leakt one, if not more, of the
states of jibe union, and should be the
law iu this state.
In this connection, I think it im
pcrtnmi) also to ask that yon pass an
act making it a misdemeanor to post
at display In any public plaoe or on
any street or highway indecent pic
tures of females. It is an evil that
has been growing In the last few years,
and one tbat calls for aotlon on onr
part. It is not necessary forme to
call to yonr attention the reasons wby
this aqt should be passed, it is obvious
to aD right thinking persons.
I resneotfuliy recommend tbat a
! system of mounted polloe or patrol
for the rural districts be established.
This is no new ides, but one tbat if>
halng carried out with great success
in many countries. When there are
so many vagrants and idlers roaming
about, and there is so much more
work to be done on every side, tbe
work or move-on system should be
established, snd that can be carrid
out better by snob mounted patro1 or
$6lioe system, tban by any otber plan.
Give them authority to arrest all
-violators of the laws of. the State,
and carry them before the nearest'
?magistrate for trial or commitment 1 themselves. I, therefore, recommend
for trial to the Court of General Ses
When we he&r so much complaint
from so many sources of the neglect
- ommission Of the railroad com
0t doing bftjln^3n this Bt>ate, of
SXw ^ People p *0p8r Passenger
giving to* ^SE?ti. mjs and rates
and freight at^fffl^?t ^ del?yed
and aoourate mfoi^-Won t a '
trains, it is very evident fc. Kh^?
thinking person that the ra. sto
commissioners should bave powei <
oorreot these things and to give relie.
where it is fair and just between the
railroads and the people. The rail
road corporations should be dealt
with fairly and justly but at tbe
same time the neoile'd rights should
be provided for and respected.
I, therefore, recommend tbat such
additional powers be given to tbe rail
road commissioners as will enable
them to compel the railroads to com
ply with such reasonable rules and
orders as may bo just and proper.
In this connection, I would recom
mend that tbe act now of force re
quiring tbe salaries of the railroad
coxrmiBsioners to be paid by tbe rail
roads be repealed. Tbe e ffl^e of rail
road commissioners is a State c files
and the salary ought to be paid bv
It is a duty tbat we owe to oursel
ves and to our, state that we provide
liberal pensions for our needy Conftd
erate Veterans?these who for lack
of means or who by reason of age or
Infirmity are nou able to provide for
MISS JUUE ELORENCE WAJ.SH
Many women, suffer in silence and
drift along from bad to worse, know
ing well that they ought to have
How many -women do yon know
who are perfectly well and strong?
The cause may be easily traced to
some feminine derangement which
manifests itself in depression of
spirits, reluctance to go anywhere
or do anything, backache, dragging
sensations, flatulency, nervousness,
These symptoms are but warnings
that there is danger ahead, anU" un
less heeded, a life of suffering or a
serious operation is the inevitable
result. The best remedy for all
these symptoms is
Lydia R Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
made from native roots and herbs. No other medicine in the country has
received such widespread and unqualified endorsement. No other medi
cine has such a record of cures of female ills.
Miss J. F. Walsh, of 328 W. 30th St., New York City, writes:?"Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has been of inestimable value in
restoring my health. I suffered from female illness which caused
dreadful headaches, dizziness, and dull pains in my back, but your
medicine soon mought about a change in my general condition, built
me up and made me perfectly well.''
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound cures Female Complaints,
such as Backache, Falling and Displacements, Inflammation and Olcera
tion', and organic diseases. It is invaluable in preparing for child-birth
andjduring the Change of Life. It cures Nervous Prostration, Headache,
General Debility, and Invigorates the whole system.
Nltis* Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women
Women suffering from any form of female weakness are invited to
wrifte Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass. Her advice is free.
that you make liberal appropriations
for these veterans to be paid to them
under such rules and regulations as
may be just and proper.
The road question la one of para
mount importance and one that
should have our most careful atten
tion. Many of the counties of this
at* te are now engaged in the laudable
undertaking of building good roads
and others are beginning to prepare
for grading and macadamizing their
^inelp&l roads. When we content
V ^ the great good that 1b- done to
th? trr **tBB* number of our people by
?hia ?a * ?nd tne benefits to be de
rived ttien *om'111?*00?* 00 to en
SSJi in ***** w*y P?88lb,e our
S to go WIth fihl8 on;
SrSSiDg I t,Wore recommend
foatyou request ?/ wnators and
members of Congres. 1 **J P**
age of Bnoh an act as vi? give to our
Btate a liberal appropriation in money
for the carrying on of thi> vTork. This
money supplemented with oux con
viot labor would scon give us gopd
roads in every county in the state,
I desire, Gentlemen, to oaKl your
attention also to the matter oftne
necessity for batter cseiommod?tion?
for onr supreme court. The spaoe
allotted in the State House for the
use of the supreme eoprt has all been
taken up with the library .and
records, except one consultation room
and the court room. I respectfully
ask that you look into this matter
and provide for the necessities of the
oourt in this regard.
BEAUTIFYING STATE HOUSE GROUNDS.
I I would also urge that some steps |
be taken toward beautifying and im
proving the grounds that surround
this Capital Building. With the ez
pendlture of a little money a great
improvement can be made and I feel
assureed that their stats bouse
grounds shall be beautified and im
There Is no question of greater mo
ment to our material and industrial I
lifo than that of immigration. The'
labor question Is very serious one.
Many thousands of acres of lands are
uow lying idle for the want of labor
ers, and many other avenues of trade
are offering work to the Wirkers. To
joy mind tbe beBt solution of this
question is the bringing in of home
seekers, home builders and desirable
I, therefore, recommend that you
cake such steps as may to you seem
*ise to foster and sustain the Depart
ment cf Immigration now accom
plishing so much work on this line.
STATUTE OF JOHN C. CALHOUN.
Wbile many of the states of this
Union have honored themselves by
Dlaoing in tbe Hall of Fame, In the
Capital at Washington, D 0., statues
of one or two of Gbelr boncred and
minent sons, who have done noble
*ork fnr their states and for the Uj
?on, Soutb Carolina's place has re
trained vaoant. I resptctfuiy re
sommend that you give this matter'
your carnful aUentisn and give suoh
consideration to tbe same that at no
distant day tbe statute of John C.
Oalhoun may adorn that Hall, for by
thus honoring that noble son of South
Carolina, we wiirhonor ourselves.
Suoh other matter, gentlemen, as
may be proper to bring to your attf n
tiou during the oresent session, I
shall allude to id special messages.
Allow meto add in tbe words of
that eminent statesman, Thomas
Jefferson, who when called to the
office of President of the United
States, closed his inaugural address,
In part as follows.
"I repair then fellow oitizens to
the post yon have assigned me, with
experience enough In subordinate
offices to hive seen the difficulties of
th!s the greatest of all. I have
learned to expect that It will rarely
fall to toe lot of imperfect man to
ratire from this station witn the re
putation and tbe favor which bring
olm into It-.I shall often gc
wrong through defeot pf judgment,
when right, 1 Bhall often be thought
"rang by those whose positions Rill
flot command a view of the whoif
ground. I shall ask your indulgence
for my own errors, which will never
be intentional; and your support
against the errors of others, who mxy
condemn what they would not, If seen
in all of its parts, My solloitude will
be to retain the good opinion of those
who have bestowed It In advance, to
conciliate that of others by doing
them all the good in ray power, and
to be instrumental hi the happiness
and freedom of all.
"Belying then, on the patronage
of your good will, I advanoe with
obedience to work, and may that In
finite Power, whlob rules the destin
ies of the Universe, lead our counoil?
to what is best, and give them a
favorable issue for your peaoe and
prosperity." ?. F. 4nsel.
January 15, 1907.
Panama Canal?Erie Canal.
Machinery is digging the Panama
Canal a thousand times quicker than
the shovel dug the Erie.
Machinery produces the L. & M.
Paint at ">0 times less cost for labor,
than if made by hand.
The L. & M. gives the best job in
the world, because L. & M. Zinc
hardens L. & M. White Lead and
makes L. & M. Paint wear like iron
for 10 to 15 years.
It only requires 4 gallons of this
celebrated paint and 3 gallons of Lin
seed Oil at GOcts per gallon, to paint
a moderate sized house.
If any defect exists in L. & M.
Paint will repaint house for nothing.
Sold by J. G. Wannamaker Mfg. Co.
One of the most useful things about
being married is a man can't afford
any bad habits.
CURE A COLD UM ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
ets Druggists refund money if it fails
to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on
each box. 25c.
Uni; SIS Yflartt OKI.
"I am only 82 years old and don't,
expect even when I get to be real old
to feel that way as long as I can get
Electric Bitters," says Mrs. E. H.
Brunson, of Dublin, Ga. Surely
there's nothing else keers the old as
young and makes the weak as strong
as this grand tonic medicine. Dyspep
sia, torpid liver, inflamed kidneys or
chronic constipation are unknown
after taking E ectric Bitters a reason
able time. Guaranteed by J, G. Wan
namakerMfg Co., druggist. Price 50c.
It's mighty easy to admire a wo
man's handsome clothes unless you
have to pay for tbem.
Row to Avoid Pn<>nmon a.
You can avoid pneumonia and
other serious rt suits from a cold by
taking Foley's Honey and Tar. Jt
stops the cough and expels the cold
from the system as it is mildly laxa
tive. Refuse any but the genuine in
the yellow package. Dr. A. C. Dukes.
Doatn of Senator Hay.
I Ex- State Senator J. T. Hay died
sudderly at his home in Camden of
heart trouble on Wednesday, in the
60th yeaf of his age. He was a law
yer and stood high in his professim.
He was chairman of the committee
tbat investigated the riispensiry.
Shuw? Up Old Board.
I Mr. J. E. McDonald, who was em
.ployed as speoial attorney by the
present dispensary board to report on
the legality of certain purchases made
by the former board, consisting of
Chairman H. H. Evans, John Boll
Towlll and L. W. Boykin, has made
his report. ' The report shows that
$200,030 worth of liquor was bought
In excess of the institution's needs by
the former board, and the report of
the director* spates th*t of this
tmount 8110 249 74 was returned the
rest being used. Mo<=t 3f these pur
chases, Mr. McDonald declares were
illegally made and, as was brought
j out by tbe investigating committee,
orders wem .frequently given by tbe
olerk of the board over the telephone,
or without order from the board, a
resolution of the board empowering
the olerk to. do this whenever It was
Don't think that piles can't be
cured. Thousands of obstinate cases
bave been cured by Dean's Ointment.
SOcents at any drug store.
Tbere is hardly enough money in
the world to make it up to some men
for the names their parents gave them.
A Tragtc Kinis
A watchman's neglect permitted a
teak in the great .North Sea dyke,
which a child's finger could have
stopped, to become a ruinous break,
devastating an entire province of
Holland. In like manner Kenneth
Mclver, of Vanceboro, Me., permitted
a little cold to go unnoticed until a
tragic finish was only averted by Dr..
King's New Discovery. He writes:
"Three doctors gave me up to die of
lung inflammation, caused by a.
neglected cold; but Dr. King's New
Discovery saved my life.' Guaranteed
best cough and cold cure, at J. G.
Wanoamaker Mfg. Co., drug store. 60c
and $1,00. Trial uottle free.
Bemember tbat what your children
hear at home takes wings and flies.
A GA?RANTEED CURE FOR PILiES
A GAURAKTEED CUBE FOE PILES
Itching, Blind, Bleeding, Protruding;
Piles. Druggists are authorized to
refund money if Pazo Ointment fails,
to cure In 6 to 14 dtvs. 50o.
Ohas. B. Wooten yard master of
the Southern, was run over by an
engine in Columbia on W?deg<*ay..
He bad been in tbe employ of the
road for 20 years, a large portion of
tbe time as oonduotor between Co?
umbia and Augusta.
Who suffer with the ailments of their sex are in need of the great
strengthening, cleansing and regulating properties of
PRICKLY ASH BITTERS
It puts the liver, stomach and bowels in fine healthy condition,
builds up the nervous system, strengthens the body, clears the com
plexion and changes a poor, tired, discouraged woman into one of
sparkling good health and cheerfulness.
Oet the Genuine with the Figure "3" In Red on Front Labet
Sold by Druggists.
Price $1.00 per bottle.