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Dimokins Cotton oeed
The Earliest and most Prolific Cotton in the World
for Stuhle Land.
SALESMEN AND CIVIL SERVICE HELP.
YOUNG Four to six months required to make necessary prep aratiou
MEN Personal Instruction. POSITIONS secured for all who pro
AND pare er money refunded. Write for full information.
WOMEN LESSONS BY MAUL IF DESIRED.
Soutfyeri? Cotytyercl&I School
Calhoun & Meeting Sts., Charleston, 8. O.
Wilmington, Winston-Sal em, Salisbury, Durham, N. O. The highest en*
horsed Business College in the South Atlantic
For Ssle?Wire Fish Baskets,, price
$1.50 with order. Send for cir
cular. W. A. Jester, Griffin, Ga.
Wanted?Poplar logs for export, 24
inches and no in diameter, 10
feet ami up in length. Inquire
H. ID. Glaeser, Box 251, Florence,
For Sale?S. C. R. L Reds, White
and Brown Leghorns, Black Lang
shang, Plymouth Rocks. Eggs for
Betting, 15 for $1. 31. B. Grant,
DarIing::on, S. C.
Maybeirry'H Chicken Remedy for Gaps,
Roup and Cholera. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Postpaid, 25c. Tells
how to get future supply free. Guy
Mayberry, Newberry, Ind.
Egg? In incubator lots or single sit
tings from S. C. Reds, $1.50 per
15; $8.00 per hundred. Nice cock
erels. $2.00 each. Eugenia Ham
mond, North Augusta, S. C.
4,000 acres, 2 1-2 miles Ry., 1,000
acres in cultivation, 50 tenant
houses, good barns, excellent fen
ces; 3,COO acres timber; $20 per
acre. Harris Realty Co., Claren
Feather Beds?Mail us $10 and we
will shij) you a nice, new 36-pound
feather bed and 6-pound pair pil
lows, freight prepaid. Turner &
CornweU, Feather Dealers, Char
lotte, N. C.
Dropsy C u^d?Shortness of breatn
relieved *n 36 to 48 hours. Re
duces swelling In 15 to 20 day<?.
Call or write Collum Dropsy Rem
edy Coripany. Dept. O 612 Auctell
Bldg., Atlanta GaX
Dobbfl* Single Comb Rhode Island
Reds aid "Crystal" White Orping
tons w n and lay when others
fall, steck and eggs for sale. Send
for mating list G. A. Dobbs, Box
B. 24, ?GtalnesTille, Ga.
Want ad?Men and ladies to take
thr?o months practical course. Ex
pert management. High salaried
positions guaranteed. Write for
catalogue now. Charlotte Tele
graph School, Charlotte, N. C.
Wanted?Men to take thirty dayB'
practical course In our machine
shops and learn automobile bu3i
neis. Positions securea gradu
ates, $25 per week and up. Char
lotte Auto School, Charlotte, N. C.
phers, clerks, write us if desiring
employment. We place competent
business help and are not able to
supply demand. Carolina Audit &
System Co., Skyscraper, Columbia,
When Medicines Fail, will take your
case. Diseases of Stomach, Bow
els, Kidneys, Liver, Lungs and de
bility (either sex) permanently
eradicated by Natural Methods.
Interesting literature free. C. Cul
len Hcwerton, Durham, N. C.
The Smallest Bible on Earth! Size
of postage stamp, New Testament
illustrated; 200 pages; sample
10c; doz. 75c. Agents wanted.
The biggest wonder of the Twenti
eth Century. Coin $5.00 a day
selling them 10c. Morris, 61S Rod
man Sr., Philadelphia, Pa.
<Jooc Live Agents wanted in every
town to sell a meritorious line of
medicines extensively advertised
ard used by ever family and in
the stable. An exceptional oppor
tunity for the right parties to
make good money. Write at once
for proposition to L. B. Martin,
Box 110. Richmond, Va.
Wanted?Every man, woman and
child in South Carolina to know
that i:he "Alco" brand of Sash,
Doors and Blinds are the best and
aie made only by the Augusta
Lumber Company, who manufac
ture everything in Lumber and
Millwork and whose watchword is
"Quality." White Augusta Lum
ber Company, Augusta, Georgia:
for prices--on any order, .arge oj
Sand Dili Land For Sale?This coun
country is rapidly settling with
people who are anxious to get
away from unhealthy clima.es and
high priced lands. The climate is
excellent. No fever. No malaria.
Land will raise as much cotton as
lands selling for two hundred dol
lars an acre, and yet you can buy
this for the same amount you pay
rent. People are coming here ev
ery day, and you had better come
while prices are still low. Some
land as low as four dollars an
acre. H. A. Page, Jr., Aberdeen,
For Sale?Well improved farm of
488 acres, within one mile of Ca
tawba, York County, S. C. Cataw
ba is the junction point of the
Seaboard, Southern and Catawba
Valley railroads and has excellent
schools and churches; twi. public
roads through the farm; R. F. D.
route; splendid two-story seven
room dwelling; good barn and
tenant houses; land well adapted
to cotton, corn and oats; magnifi
cent pasture facilities; to be sold
for division. Price $22.50 per
acre. James T. Faris, Catawba,
Don't Delay Longer?In providing
your home with a good piano or or
igan. Doubtless, you have promised
your family an instrument. No
home is complete without music, and
nothing is so inspiring and cultivat
ing. Music helps to drown sorrows,
and gives entertainmet for the chll
dre, and keeps them at home. This
ij our 27th year of uninterrupted
success here, hence we are better pre
pared than ever to supply *ae test
pianos and organs and will save you
money. Write us at once for catalogs
and for our easy payment plan und
prices. Malone's Music Hoiase, Co
lumbia, S. C.
Wanted?You to purchase your fav
orite magazine from Sim3 Book
Store. Call and look them over.
Ice! Ice! Ice! I have opened my Ice
House for the summer and will be
pleased to serve my pld as well; as
new patrons with ice. Look out
for my wagon. J. B. Kelley.
For Rent or Sale after May 31, lSll,
house and lot, 110 feet fronting
on Russell Street, No 213. Depch
729 feet. Apply to Geo. V*. Zeig
For Sale.?One Jersey milk cow.
with young calf. One Jersey heifer
two years old. All in good condi
tion for particulars apply to W.
W. 'Barrs, St. Matthews, S. C.
Notice?Anyone having clock repair
ing to do will oblige me by giving
me their patronage. I can now
see well enough to do repairing.
Parties can find me at city hall. A.
D. Powers. tf
Cabbage and Tomato Plants?Cab
bage to head in July anc August,
10c a hundred. Winter Cabbage,
to head in Der. and Jan., 20o a
hundred. Tomato plants, 2;"r a
hundred. D. D. Dantzler, 4 9 Whit
man Street. 5-7-2''
For Sale?Eggs for batching. Mam
moth Pekin Duck eggs. Price
$1.25 per setting of 11 eggs de
livered at your house i."; city or
express office, $1.00 ff you send
to my residence for them. J. L.
Phillips, 85 Sellars Ave. 2-11-tf
For Side?Very attractive 22 foot
open launch, automobile folding
canopy. One man control, deck
and interior cherry, inking Ore
gon Fir, with 2-cylinaer 8 H. P.
Ferro engine, Reverse gear. Well
equipped, and in thorough running
IN TEE WOMLDc
? LH FE ASSURANCE
Send the date
of your birth |
and find out
precisely how f
you can secur*
this protection, f
ZEIGLER & DIBBLE
Orangeburg, S. C.
order. Cheap.' Apply P. 0. Box I
619, Charleston, S. C. 5-4-5*
NOTICE Is hereby given that on
Friday the second (2nd) day of June,
1911, the undersigned will file his
Final Account with the Probate
Judge. In and for the County of
Orangeburg, as Administrator of the
estate of Perry R. Metts, deceased;
and will thereupon apply to the said
Probate Judge for his final discharge
as such administrator.
NOTICE is hereby given that all
persons holding claims, if any,
against the estate of the said Perry
R. Metts, deceased, must present the
same duly proven on or before
Thursday the first (1st) doy of June,
1911, and all persons Indebted to
said estate make payment to the un
dersigned or to Glaze and Herbert
Attorneys, at Orangoburg, S. C, on
or before the said first day of June,
1911. Frank L. Metts.
Administrator of estate of Perry R.
April 27th, 1911?.
Notice is hereby given that on the
12th day of June, 1911; the under
signed will file his final account
with the Judge of Probate for the
County of Orangeburg, as Executor)
of the last Will and Testament of
Rosa D. Smith, deceased, and will
thereupon ask for his final discharge
as such Executor.
IRVIN H. DANTZLER,
Executor of the last v.-i 11 of Rosa ?.
May 13th, 1911.
Notice is hereby given that all
persons having claims against the es
tate of Rosa D. Smith, deceased,
must present the same, duly proven,
on or before the 12th day of June,
1!' 11, and all persons indebted to
said estate must make payment to
the undersigned on or before the 12th
day of June. 1911.
IRVIN H. DANTZLER.
Executor of the last will of Rosa D.
May i:;th. 1911.
From Force of Habit.
Tiie Newbern Sun says: News
paper men cannot afford automo
biles, and most of us cannot even af
ford a plug horse, but nine-tenths of
the papers of the state are earnest
advocates of good roads. No dan
ger of any one charging selfishness
on that score." Newspaper men al
ways advocate what is best for the
masses, regardless o fwhat effect it
has on themselves. So it comes nat
ural from the force of habit to ad
vocate; good roads.
What Is the Cause.
The Bishopville Leader and Vindi
cator says, 'We have never seen the
town cleaner and in better condition
for health, yet we have any number
of chill and fever cases. The cause
is attributed to the dryness of tne
swamps and branches from the long
drought which has caused an un
usual amount of malaria and the con
tinued high winds have driven it
from the low places and scattered it
brodoast on the land." There has
been several cases of chills and fever
in this city, and we would like to
know what caused them?
Large Sum for Wintlirop.
A dispatch from Greenville says
ex-Governor Ansel, who had ]?!*?! re
turned from a meeting of the Pea
body Education Board at New York,
stated that the committee had decid
ed to recommend a donation of $90.
000 to Winthrop college at Rock Hill,
this to be used in the erection of
.buildings upon the campus of that
DON'T SUFFER WITH
It is the motil distressing and
discouraging of all troubles.
Nine cases out of ten can be
cured by Noah's Liniment.
Where there is no swelling
or fever a few applications will
relieve you. It penetrates?
does not evaporate like other
Noah'i Liniment Is the best remedy for
Rheumatism, Sciatica, Lame Hack, Still
Joints and Muscles. Soro Throat. Colds,
Strains, Sprains, Cuts,
Bruises, Colic, Cramps,
und a 1 Nerve, llono
and Muscle Aches and
Pains. The genuine has
Noah's Ark on every
packapo and looks like
this cut, but has RED
band on front of pack
ago and "Noah'i Lini
ment" always in RED
ink. Beware of imita
tions. Largo bottle, 25
cents, and sold by all
dealers In medicine.
Guaranteed or money
refunded by Njab.
Remedy Co., Inc.,
JOB LOTS OF JOY.
"Do you approve of these barefoot
"No: they are too barefaced."
HARD ONES. .
"The prenldent of the C. Q. D. doesn't
dmh to feel very well since toe recant
"No; It was a great shock to his 171*'
"Do you think he's a complete fo>>L
"Well, no; not a complete one. 1
think ho Isn't all there."
"What do you think of my hat, dear?
I bought It at a gTeat reduction."
"Good heavens! What size was !t be
fore they began to reduce it?"
IF WHAT WE HEAR IS TRUE.
'Do flsh grow very fast?" ''
'Yes, after they get away."
THE HAUNTING HONK.
"Automobiles are now within th 1 reach
."I know It, hang 'em! Half a dosen c4f
them nearly reached me this morning.
THE HORRORS OF WAR
"Was a bomb dropped on the ship?"
"Yes; but It was counterbalanced by
a torpedo which exploded under her at
the same moment,"
Mrs. Earlydawn?Get up. daughter.
Remember, It's the early bird that gets
Daughter?Let him have 'em. I ':hint
worms are horrid, anyway.
Client?Thought you left word in yo-^c
ofiice that you were out on Important
Counselor?Just so. This ball gam*
seems to be highly important, and I as
sure you it is perfectly legal.
BEAT HIS RECORD.
"Well, did your pup do any better at
the dog show this year than he eld
"Oh! yes. He jit three more specta
tors during the show than he did last
THEY LIKED IT.
"How did the ducks like the new irun
wav you put outside of their coopr
"AU right; they came out flatfootad
"So old Hiram had a hand-to-hana
light with 8. grizzly b'ar an' lived t' tell
??yas, by gum, an' thet seemii t be as
he lived fer!"
A CHANCE TO SMILE.
Geo. O. Baker.
Mrs. Naggs?Why are you so indiffer?
ent to me since we are married?
Naggs?I'm not indifferent; you're dif
ORNAMENT AND UTILITY.
?I have been asked to Join the choir."
?I have be.-n asked to sing in the
ONLY A VOID.
"Here's anothali great chess playah
whose brain has gone wrong. I am glad
I ncvah took up the game."
"But In your case, Percy, I'm quite
sure there would be nothing to go
"How would yoa like to Install a cool
ing plant In your house?"
"I don't know. Will I have to operate
a shin imaaaal U ca. sau ma an,"
"Yes; after she had consumed the third
plate of ice cream she said her love for
the young mai that was treating her
couli be no longer concealed."
"Three plates of ice cream? I should
qiink It would have been congealed''
believe I Bhall have to givei
"Really? Wasn't the game worth the)
a can dal 7" I