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You can quickly heat and keep
* cozy the draughty hall or cold room?
no matter the weather conditions
arc?and if you only knew how much
real comfort you can have from a
(Equipped with Smokeless Device);
you wouldn't be without one another hour. Turn the wick as high
or as low as you please?there's no danger?no smoke?no smell
?just direct intense heat?that's because of the smokeless device
Beautifully finished in nickel and japan?orna
mental anywhere. The brass font holds 4 quarts, giv
ing heat for 9 hours. It is light in weight?easily 1
carried from room to room., Every heater warranted.
steady light?ideal to read or
study by. Made of brass?nickel plated, latest im
proved central draft burner. Every lamp warranted.
If your dealer does not carry Perfection Oil Heater
and Rayo Lamp write our nearest agency.
STANDARD OXI* COMPANY
A Hew Pair
For a Hole
Troubled with yoor itockingt? We're got
an article that we guarantee agalntt holet or
rips for the months. No "1ft" or'auda"?Ii ?
bole develops you get e new pair.
The newctt Idea la stockings. Made
to weir; net only to sell. That't
why we, guarantee then >*t>5'>
POR SALE BY
6ENTS CLOTHING 00.
56 "W" IRTTSSELIL, ST.
Headquarter for Men's
and. Boy's Clothing and
GEO. K. BOWMAN AND O. L. ORUM, Managers.
FEELING BAD? Kn
Stomach out at order. Dve tluggoh. Bowel* ?0dogged -a> tad you b\" w \y
havt that a&gme-?red-ov? Jeeltag? .. i K^T*
Take an NR Tablet to-night
You will bejtn to Ittl better at once. Their action b different (rem
other Liver and Slonuch medrino-oo griping, no sickening or weakening
tarnations. Ther makf yoa ltd gooi
Better Than Pills For Liver IDs.
"Nature "* Remedy* (NRDTahlcta) Ii I ha very bat ?rescriptron lot
Sour Stomach. Sick Head?eht, Lom ol Appetite. Salier? Cornpiotfoo.
Conttlpatioa. Uvcr Complaint, Skia Diseases. QwDs. Malaria, Bltloutnrta.
Drocsr. Pimple* and Rhcumallim. AO ol thcu dbeases are caused by
stoppages and consequent decay and (trmentallon b some or all oi tht dV
gexuvc organs. _ Cet e 33*4. Box. Sold Everywhere.
$12.50 to $60.00
Tbe Christmas money
goes farther if put into an
farther because the Phon
ograph gees farther, car
ries with it more pleasure
tor more people for a
longer time than any gift
you could select. Sold
on easy payments by
Wa? to office.
Trices MOO. and upwards, Invest-]
meat opportunity. IX valuable '<
Building Ixus on Fairview (the su
burb beautiful) for sule, located and |
having such measurements ?? shown
above. First buyers get best bar
gains. For terms see
DK. D. J. IIYDRICK
HANGEBURG, S. C.
On December 11, 1908, I will
file with the Judge of Probate for
Orangeburs County, S. C, my final
account au guardian of ihe estate1
of J. M. O'Dowd; and will on that
day ask for my discharge as such
H. A. ODOM.
November 11, 100S.
You o?o hare al! the beoba r?o
oo?hI by our plan. "Writ, (er *?l
beaatirtifly ilUialr?<*d a*d -imetriwim beok.
"A Book Store in your home." It i
flllt. Write -rear. We guarantee Qoajttr ami rerun.
Our pricra the lowoal. Wrha (or Cntciog. It n free.
Tlx lar'aeat sail arder Book bona* ia tbe world. 4!t > cur, ia beirnraa
D.Pt TD71 THE FRAKKLIK-TURNcK CO., 55-71 try 8u Atlanta, Gt
8 A I
"Sao is absolutely perfect, Billy,"
said Billy's ?ounger sister with en
thusiasm. "She's jur.t the kind of f
girl 1 thould love for a sister, but o.
course 1 don't expect you to appre
elate her at all. You haven't pot i
bit of sense about girls. I'm sure I
don't know what would become oi
you if 1 didn't waich over you a lit
"Is she blonde or brunette?" ask
ed Bl!!y w:th lazy interest, for h^. anr".
his sister had little similarity* oi
taste when it came to g!rls.
"She's the nearest 1 ttie b?onde
with the most appealing face, ant
big. baby olue --yes. There's tub
about her, too; she has a lot o*' go;;c
common seuse, and makes rienrl)
all her own shirtwaists and sh
sings beautifully, and her lathe.
owns a steam yacht"
"That's plenty about her, thane
you. i have rea.: ail about thsr<
kind !n books.. You forget to men
tion that she is matrimonially :r.
cllned and is liable to try to capture
v. p.orbing perscn like myself.
"Why, she wouldn't consider yo;
or a moment, if you wi'l only b?
alee to her while she is v:s;tin? mt
it won't be at all necessary tor you
to do anything mere. Dcn't nfrs'.cct
ner though, tor 1 want her to like
Next .ay the little blonde arrived
with much iuss and feathers.
"Oh, she'l. pass in a crowd." was
billy's verdict a little later when his
sister anxiously sought his opinion
or her friend.
"Bleace don't be gruff. Billy. Be
nice to her, for she won't be herf
Billy gave the desired Dromlse
with an air of martyrdom. He kepr
his word beautifully during the ne:n
en days and donned his oress
lothel six nights out of the sever
without a word of complaint. His sis
ler telt. conscience stricken at tlmet
Itnowmg how wretchedly bored Blllj
The little blonde visitor accepted
Billy's aevotlou together with thai
of all the other men who crossed he>
path, as a matter of co,urse. Billy's
sister reit a little piqued at sucl
indifference, because If she did si>
it herse f. there were few girls who
had as good looking a brother a*
It was at the ghost party that thr
visitor really forfeited the good will
cf Billy's sister. It wasn't just be
cause she committed the unpardon
able error of fainting at the appear
ance or the sulphu^ ghost, for Billy's
ister really had been solicitous,
when Billy carried the bloude g ri
upstairs and hovered around until
fee opened her eyes just as he was
bending over her. It was what the
little bionde.glrl did when she saw
tillly there, j Two little hands had
caught Billy's face Impetuously be
tween tnem and then had qulcklj
dropped when Billy's sister ejacu
"1 don't think Ruth need have up
set the whole party the way she diu
last night," comp a:ned Billy's sister
to Billy the next day. "She is so
mg home to-morrow and I'll really
reel relieved, for she is ?o bald to
Poor little g-'rl!" said Billy med
itatively. "When'11 she be bacfe
f.om the hair drcs:-.er's? Slie't.
been goae an hour and forty-live
She may stay there a'l day for
all 1 care," remarked Billy's sisrer
indlfferently. "I suppose you :r, gn*
take her a little ride in the maclilm
when she conies In. for we o.igiit U
be nice to her, even though we an
o f.rea cf her. We never will nav
ler lo visit us again anyhow."
"1 hope Billy doesn't com prom s ?
himself wHh her," said Billy's sis
ter to her mother a little later, li
ste waved her hand at the coupi<
departing In tl'e machine.
"Why. you were so fond of I::-:
and so anxious he should fall in 'o.'?
with her," said her mother v..t. :
puzzled expression. "1 think she it
"She Is a sn'ppy Hitle cat and
weak and washed-out looking, '
stormed BUiy'S sister. "S/ie is sc
Impudent and Independent and or
ders Billy round right in front of
my nose. If Billy becomes' engaged
t? her j shall feel It my duty to
break otr the engagement an.i o;;en
his eyes :>s i d:d with Esther.
When the little blond girl and
Billy returned that night iiis sis.er
was waiting up :er them and met
them with a worried frown.
"What a naughty Liis'i to stay out
so late without a cuaperou!" she
The little Mon:! girl an I B lly
looked ai ease other and then laugh
"Go ahead?toll her," commanded
The little bior.d girl put up a lit
tle band on whicj gleamed a tie-.-,
geld bano. ring.
"We?we're married." sh.-- stam
merei, D'ushing. Thea she threw
'..or arms around her sew .-:.::er'ii
neck, "??i I Just run never love
you enough! Billy to.j how you
wanted nie tor a .i stei* from the
very first sud ive owe it u'l to you!"
"1 suppose it is rcr the best." so
liloquized Billy's si;te;- later, as r.tie
mentally reviewed the sit lat'.on. "Be_
sides it is nice to have a strain yacht
in the f.:milr.? Ch'entrn News.
The above is the name of a Ger
man chemical, which is one of the
many valuable ingredients of Foiey's
Kidney Remedy. Hexamethyleneter
tramine is recognized by medical text
books and authorities as a uric acid
solvent and antiseptic for the urin\
Take Foiey's Kidney Remedy as sooc
as you notice any Irregularities, and
avoid a serious malady. A. C. Dukes,
Lowman Drug Co.
Any man will tell you what he
would do if he were in your place,
only be probabbly wouldn't
DOING THEIR DUTY.
Scores of Orangeburg Readers Are
Learning the Duty of the Kidneys.
To filter the blood is the kidneys'
When they fail to do this the kid
neys are sick.
Backache and many kidney Ills
Urinary troubles, diabetes.
Doan's Kidney Pills cure them all.
Orangeburg people endorse our
J. L. Phillips, Farmer, 85 Sellers
Ave., Orangeburg, S. C, says: "On
several occasions I have used Doan's
Kidney Pills procured from Dr. J.
G. Wannamaker's drug store and
they have always given entire satis
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, Bole agents for the Unit
Remember the name?Doan's?
and take no other.
We might enjoy work more if
we didn't have to do it.
The Judge Uses Forcible Language.
Judge W. B. Simmons of Flncas
tle, Va., told the reporter that L. &
M. Paint was usuea on his residence
in 1882, and held its color well for
21 years; he furthermore said that S
years ago he was Induced to use
another paint and is sorry he did.
because the other paint.didn't make
good. The Judge will now always use
L. & M. because he knows if any de
fect exists in L. & M. Paint, the
house will be repainted for nothing
The L. &. M. Zinc hardens the L.
& M. White Lead and makes L. & M
Paint wear like iron for 10 to 15
Actual cost of L. & M. about $1.20
per gallon. Donations of L. &. M.
made to churches. Sold by J. G
Wannamaker Mfg. Co, Orangoburg
The Inscriptions on an old coin
which has been worn smooth may be
often deciphered by placing it on a
red hod iron.
Fine City Lots.
Dr. D. J. Hydrick has opened up
a suburb which he very appropriately
has named Fairview. It is located
in the North-eastera portion of the
city, as shown in cut in ad. in
another column. The lots are about
5-8 miles from the Court House,
and about 10 minutes walk to the
business center. They are high,
overlooking the city and beautifully
situated in a first class section. This
looks like a fine chance to build a
home, particularly so when you con
sider that labor, lumber and other
material are cheaper now than they
have been in several years past. We
understand that these tots can be
bought on easy terms.
Ysober, do you think you( could
learn to love me? Learn to love
you? Oho, Reginald, I could give
lessons in loving you.
A Paying Investment.
Mr. John White, of 28 Highland
avenue, Houlton, Maine, says: "Have
been troubled with a cough every
winter and spring. Last winter I
tried many advertised remedies, but
the cough continued until I bought
a 50c bottle of Dr. Kings New Dis
covery; before that was half gone,
the cough was all gone. This winter
the same happy result has followed;
a few doses once more banished the
I annual cough. I am now convinced
that Dr. King's Now Discovery is the
best of all cough and lung reme
dies." Sold under guarantee at J.
G. Wannamaker Mfg. Co.'s drug
store. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle
You'll do the right thirg if you
stop growling about an imaginary
How to Get Strong.
P. J. Daley, of 1247 W. Congress
St., Chicago, tells of a way to be
come strong: He says: "My moth
er, who is old and was very feeble,
is deriving so much benefit from
Electric Bitters, that I feel it's my
duty to tell those who need a tonic
and strengthening medicine about it.
In my mother's case a marked gain
in flesh has resulted, insomnia has
been overcome, and she is steadily
growing stronger." Electric Bitters
quickly remedy stomach, liver and
kidney complaints. Sold under guar
antee at J. G. Wannamaker Mfg.
Co.'s drug store. 50c.
The woman with one child has
more theories concerning childTe.l
than the mother of ten.
When a girl speaks of a fellow a*
a man after her own heart, sh;- should
be quite sure that he i.-n't after her
First Class Com
Stiles P. Mellichamp.
PHONE NO. 7.
XHE BANK OF SPRINGFIELD.
L. M. Miras. President; Jno. McB
Bean. V. P.; J. B. Smith, Cashier.
Edith Phillips, Anst.
L. M. Mlm8. Jno. Bonn, Joe. A.
Berry, L. B. Fulraer, W. r. Hut
to, J. W. Jumper, H. A. Odom,
T. L. Gleaton, O. C. Salley.
All business Intrusted to us re
ceives careful, official attention.
Leave yonr Surplus funds with n*
at fonr per cent 'nearest
Undivided Profits. 12.000.0?
Do "Parlor Tricks" and You May
Sometime Be a .Magician.
Dil you ever covet the power of
Did you ever go to tne theatre, see
him snatch coins out of the air and
make a plant grow out of the stage
l!oor and then go home and wish you
could do some of the stunts.
Of course yoa have, if you still
want to learn, here's your chance.
On the q. t., a reporter for The At
lanta Journal has got the ,nside dope
on these tricks from one of the big
rest magicians in the country. He
draws $1,000 a week.
Most magicians start by learning
parlor tricks" to work on their
friends. Here are a few that any
ooy can perform:
This one is called the "dissolving
penny." Go to some glazier and
have him. cut out a circular piece of
glrlss exactly the size of a penny
rlide this glass penny up your sleeve.
Mil a tumbler full of water and ask
Tor the loan of a handkerchief and
Take the handkerchief, shake it
in the air. This action helps you
bring the glass out of your sleeve
into your hand. Allow the handker
chief to cover your hand so as to
keep the glass penny hidden. Then
pretend to ehove the real penny Up
under the handkerchief. Instead
you drop it down your sleeve and
push the glass one up. Let some
one hold the handkerchief with this
In it while you push the tumbler of
water under the loose ends of the
handkerchief. Tell the person to
'et go the penny and the glass falls
Into the tumbler.
Make a few passes over the tum
oler, let the spectators see the pen
ny has- been dissolved. Then on
your v'ay back to the table let the
t>enny In your sleeve slip into your
??and and pretend to take It from
Try the "fire-proof" handkerchief
Eorrow a handkerchief and fit it
Mghtly over a brass or copper ball.
An oid brass doorknob will do for
'he ball. With the tongs pick a red
hot coal from the grate and place it
on the top of the ball. The coal will
burn but the handkerchief won't.
The reason is that orass is a better
conductor of heat than the handker
chief. The heat passes directly to
Better try this trick with an old
handkerchief until you learn to do
Always talk and tell funny stories
during your tricks so as to take the
afention of the spectators off your
Another good trick is done with
an empty egg shell. Rip out the
bottom of the pocket in your coat.
Drop the egg shell into the pocket
so that It goes on the floor, lean
against the table while talking and
smash the egg shell. The audience
will hoar It and t.iink you have brok.
een the ecg In your pocket. Then
turn tne pocket wrong side out and
show them that there is nothing
there at all.
You can have still more fun with
this trick by dropping four or five
empty egg shells in the pocket. Take
off the coat and sr.iash the eggs with
a hammer. All you have to do then
Is to t irn the pocket wrong side out
and show the spectators that it is
perfectly empty and free from crush
-Earl.- mental- processes easily par
take of the fanciful. It is for this
reason that many children lie. They
cannot differentiate truth and false
hood. They must learn by experi
ence the difference between reality
and dream Impressions. There is a
familiar t'.o-y about a woman who
was seeking to teach her little girl
the value of truth. The girl had
been tol I the story of Annanias and
Sapphira. "Don't you know what
happened to them?" askcL the in
structor. "Vis." replied the child.
"They fell dead, and I saw tlu-in par
ried into the corner drug store." Yet
there was nothing wicked in thii
younsster, nor hopeless in her o-it
ioo'i. SUM her imagination could
not he said to need stimulating.
Raining Flakes of Salt.
A little boy from the far South
visiting Chicago. <>n seeing the first,
snowstorm, exclaimed, "U, mamma.
It's raining breakfast food."
If You are Over Fifty Read This.
Most people ^past middle-age suf
fer from kidney and bladder disor
ders which Fogy's KHoey Remedy
would ci:re. Slop th' drain on the
vitality and restores needed Strength
and vigor. Commence taking Foley'?
Kidney Remedy today. A. C. Duke3,
Lowman Drrg Co.
Tt.':: safe to judge a man by the
object for which he strive?.
Rrgret for our mistakes is only
practica! when it prevents us from
Making greater ones.
The Edisto Savings Bank,
ORANGEBUKG. S. O.
Capital.8100,000.00. Surplus.J. $30.000.00.
B. H. Moss, President. J. M. Oliver, Vice-President,
F. S. Dibble, Vice-President. Wm. L. Glover, Cashier.
M. O. Dantzler, J. M. Oliver, W. R. Lowman, W. F. Fairev
B. H. Moss, T. C. Doyle, Sol. Kohn, J. VV. Smoak!
Money saved is money made, and the way to save is to deposit your f
?oney in the savings department and draw interest on the first days ?
of January, April, July and October at the rate of four per cent per i
This bank's absolute safety is best attested by its capital stock, its -
surplus and by the character and standing of its officers and board o
of .directors. Money loaned on good security. ?
THE MONITOR SELF-HEATING SAD
The Monitor is a perfect Self-Heat
ing Sad Iron. . Generates its own heat
, in the body of the "iron. Always hot
and you can regulate it to any tem
perature desired. No firing up the
range ?you heat the house. No
walking from the ironing table to the
hot range to change irons and back
again, therefore saving labor, work
that is most disagereable on a hot
summer^ day. Yin can do an iron
ing for the cost of about one cent for
fuel, saving many dollars in a year;
can take your ironing to any room
in the house or out on the porch if
you choose?that which every woman
has sighed for many times. . Can iron
all day without the least uncomfor
tableness from the heat of the iron.
Can put it in your suit case or trunk
and take it along when traveling to
press the muss and wrinkles out of
clothing, ribbons, etc.
Orange burg Hardware &
e Atlanta Journal's
0.000 Prize Contest
Are Yosi One of the 215 to Share
In The lagoificieot Prizes ?
In addition to the Capital Prizes of $3,500 in gold
and $1,500.00 in gold offered for the person'who
receives the highest and next highest votes in The
Atlanta Journal Contest, the following prizes are
offered in this district.
KNOWN AS GRAND PRIZE DISTRICT, D.
The states of Alabama, Florida, South Carolina
and North Carolina.
A Magnificient Automobile Touring Car
And in this district exclusively, composed of the
j -l following territory, known in the Contest as:
Sub District D, No. 3
The Following Prizes
1st. An Upright Piano.
2nd. A Business College Scholarship in any of
3rd. A Beautiful Art Lamp.
I 4th. A Game Sot of Dishes.
I 5th. A Fish Set of Dishes.
Sj In addition, Diamond Rings, and Solid Gold
9 Watches arc offered as special prizes during the
w Any, or all, oJ these can he had in this District.
If you would enter the Contest at once, and
i > rite
The Atlanta Journal
For full particulars, do this right now!