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NO AH 'S LINIMENT gives relief for all Nerve, Bone
and Muscle Aches and Pains more quickly than any
other remedy known, IT PENETRATES?It is
triple strength and a powerful,. speedy and sure
PAIN REMEDY. ScM by ail deafe* in medicine at
25c per bottle and money back if not satisfactory
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WHAT OTHERS SAY!
Cured of Rheumatism
"I had been sulering with rheumatism for
three years. Hii.ve been using Noah's Lini
ment, and will my that It cured me com
pletely. Can ws. k better than I have in two
years. Rev. S. Ii. Cyrus, Donald, 8.0 "
For Cuts and Bruises
"While workin;: at my trade' (Iron wort) I
get bruised and cut frequent lv.and I find that
Noah's Linimen1: takes all tne soreness out
and heals the wo mi immediately. Edward
Ryan, Swunsboro, Va,"
Rheumafcisnri in Neck
"I received th: bottle of Noah's Usfasst
and think It has helped me greatly. I have
rheumatism in my neck and It relieved It
right much. Mni. Martha A. Lambert, Bea
ver Dam, Va."
Pains in the Back
" I suffered t :a yean with a dreadfully
sore pain In my back, and tried different re
medies. Less tlian half a bottle of Noah'a
Liniment made a perfect cure. Mrs. Rev. J.
D. Billingsley, Poh; Eastern, Vs."
Cured of Neuralgia
' "For five years I suffered with neuralgia
and pain in side. Could not sleep. I tried
Noah's liniment, and the first application
raade.me. teel better. Mrs. Martha A. S-.e>
Richmond, Va "
Stiff Joints and Backaches
"I have used Noah'* Linimont for rhc 3
matism, stiff joints and backache, and I can
say it did me moregood than any pain reme
dy. Rev GeorgeW. Smith, Abbevile, S. C."
Bronchitis and Asthma
"My son hau been suffering with bronchi Ma
and asthma and a very bad cough. Was
confined to his bed. Someone recommended
Noah'* Liniment, and I rubbed his chest arid
back with It and gave him six drops on sugsx,
and he was relieved Immediately. Mrs. a. l.
Whlttafcer, 618 Holly Street, RI(mmond>Vfc.''
Better Than $5.00 Remedies
"We have obtained as good if not better re
sults from Noah'* Liniment than we did fn; a
, remedies costing J5.00 per bottle. Norf Ik
and Portsmouth Transfer Co., Norfolk, Vr*"
WE CARRY T)IE LARGEST BELTS IX STOCK IN SOUTH CARL03NA.
We have the 14 in 6-pIy and the 1 6 and lSMn 8-ply Gandy Belt. It is'
the Original Red Stitched Canvas Bel t. There are a great many*iinitations
on the market, but you can always tell the Gandy, for it is stamped ev
ery 10 feet (Gundy). We also have the 14-inch 5-ply Giant Stitched.
This belt has a national reputation. It is the Original Seamless and Stit
ched belt. Write for prices.. COLUMBIA SUPPLY COMPANY, 823
AVest Gervais S:reet, Columbia, S. C.
Order Now?We are ready to fill all
your orders. Write for price list.
Charleston Fruit Co., Charleston,
?Industrial School?Willard Industrial
school, Landrum, R. F. D. No. 2,
S. C. Open; excellent teachers. In
Holstiens?One dozen pure bred reg
istered Holstein bull and heifer
calves L'or sa e. Jones & Loomis,
Snmil i tost?large profits breeding
. . DUToc Jersey Hogs of finest strains.
I can supply you. r'rank C. Mor
ris, Trtvilians, Va. '
For Sale?Five thousand bushels
Genuine Rust Proof Seed Oats.
Prices very low. Address I. M.
Pearlstine & Sons, Charleston.
Established 1704. D. A. Walker, 152
Meeting St., Charleston, S. C. Mar
ble and granite works, Iron and
Wire fencing Send for prices.
For Sale?Ono hundred thousand
hand made cypress shingles, at
$5.50 f. o. b. Summerville, S. C.
Apply Box 5 9, Summerville, S. C.
For Sale?Trained coon and oppos
sum Hound'!, Red Bone Fox and
Cat Hounds, ".rained Pointers and
Setters. M. L. Crawford, Tiger,
Agents?men and women, If you
want to earr. $5 to $10 day, with
an article that will sell at sight,
no talking, address Eureka Mfg.
Co., Young's Island, S. C.
Debts Collected without charge, un
less successful; commission cases;
legal advice furnished. Edward P.
Campbell Collection Service, 28
Broad St., Charleston, S. C.
For sale?Southwest Georgia farms.
No finer lands; no better prices.
We speak from personal knowl
edge. Write today for new list. Ep
ton & Switzer, Spartanburg, S. C.
Fine Farm Lands for sale?Write C.
M. Simmons, Blakeley, Ga., for
best locations and prices on ideal
farms; large and 3mall in Early
and joining counties; soutuwest
Wanted Students?Write Southern
Automobile College, Oak Ridge, X.
C. No equal South. No superior
North. Thorough equipment. Hon
est, reliable, practical courses.
Positons for graduates.
Wanted?Men to tike thirty day's
practical course tn our m:- chine
shops and learn :.utomobile busi
ness. Positions secured graduates.
$25 per week and up. Charlotte
Auto School, Charlotte, N. C.
Crimson clover, 18c pound; alfalfa,
best, 30c pound; hairy vetch, 15c
pound; Oregon vetch, 10c pound;
onion seeds, red, white and yellow,
'$1.60; Bermuda, $2. Mark W.
Johnson Seed Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Farm Lands for Sale.?In BOUtbweet
Georgia, the country that Is com
ing to the front In great Bhape, not
only the land of promise, but the
land of fulfillment, write Ufl for
land list. M. T. LeTie & Son, P.
O. Drawer 57, Montezuma, Ga.
The Georgia Trading Company. For
syth, Ga., ofers for sale the follow
ing lands: 100 acred. 3 1-2 miles
from railway ..iation, 4-room
house, $1,500; 270 acres, r miles
from station, several tenant
houses, $2,000; 3 26 acres, good
residence, several tenant houses,
moderately level, per acr=, $20.
Many other places for rale, all
cheap and on easy terms. Write for
price list. The Georgia Trading Co.
Forsyth, Ga. 3
Form for Sale?135 acres in Prooks
county, Georgia, dwelling andvoth
er buildings on tract worth $3,u00,
100 acres under wire fence and
subdivided by wire fences; 85 acres
in high state cultivation and stump
ed, slightly rolling, best grade peb
bly soil with clay subsoil, good
water; farm within one mile good
town, school, churches; no objec
tional features to this and must be
taken quickly, if at all; $4,500
cash. W. P. Flemin g.Cordele, Ga.
Election of City Officials, Council
Chamber. Office of City Clerk and
Treasurer. City of Orangeburg,
S. C, September 23, 1911.
Notice'is hereby given that at the
regular meeting of the City Council,
to be held at the City Hall, in the
City of Orangeburg, on Friday, Oc
tober 13th, 1911, at 8:3 0 o'clock
P. M., the City Council will enter in
to elections for the following officials
for the City of Orangeburg, for the
terms ilxed by Ordinances, and at
the salaries herein named, all terms
beginning November 1, 1911.
A city attorney at a salary of
$520,000 per annum.
A city clerk and treasurer at a sal
ary of 100.00 per month.
An assistant to the clerk and
treasurer at a salary of $80.00 per
iA Chief of Police at a salary of
$75.00 per month.
Seven (7) policemen at a salary of
$60.00 per month each.
A street overseer at a ralary of
$60.00 per month.
The term of office of the city at
torney, clerk and treasurer and assis
tant is two years.
The term of office of the chief of
police, policemen and ten street over
seer is one year.
All applications for the above pos
itions must be filed with the under
signed clerk and treasurer and must
be in his hands by 12 o'clock noon,
on the twelfth (12th) day of Octob
er, 1911, or they will not be consider
ed. By order of the City Council.
L. H. Wannamaker,
City Clerk and Treasurer.
Notice to Parents and Teachers.
All old books used in our public
school from 1906 to 1911 can be ex
changed at an'y of the depositories in
The exchange prices are fixed in
the front of each new book and each
person handling the books is requir
ed to exchange the ":>ooks as indicated
on this front page of each new book.
We desire all teachers to tell their
patrons and pupils of the aboye ex
change when new books are needed
so that advantage may be taken of
the cheap exchange prices and thus
reduce the heavy cost of school .book3
for our patrons.
L. W. Livingston,
?Co. Sunt. Ed., O. C.
Sept. 25, 1911.
Down Goes the Price.
The rush of cotton on the market
has forced down the price below ten
cents, and unless the cotton is held
ofr the market the price will go to
seven cents in a few weeks. Since
the market first opened cotton has
fallen off in price about twelve dol
lars per bale, and unless the receipts
fall off the end is not yet. The mat
ter of price is entirely in the bands
of the farmers.
Appeal mi Chestnut Case.
Solicitor Hildebrand has been not
ified by the attorneys of R. Chestnut,
who was convicted of manslaughter
at the last term of Court, and senten
ced to fifteen years' imprisonment for
the killing of ^V. R. Sabin, that an
appeal will be taken from the judg
ment in the case. The defendant is
allowed thirty days in which to per
fect his appeal, and the case will be
passed upon by the Supreme Court in
December. Grounds of appeal are
not disclosed in the notice.
College Boys and Girls.
~ A letter from Cameron to The
State says those who have left for
the various colleges are: Misses Ruth
Rast and May Antley, Winthrop;
Novice Haigler, Elizabeth and .Martha
Keller, Converse; Eudenda Beden
baugh. Lander; David Evans and
Russell McGowan, Clemson; Norman
Bull and Whllden Holman, Univer
sity of South Carolina; Otis Haigler,
Cotton Fire at Blackville.
The freight depot of the Southern
Railway at Blackville was destroyed
by fire last Friday night. In addi
tion to the depot several box cars
were burned and with them nearly
three hundred bales of cotton and
other goods. The citizens of Black
ville responded to the alarm and sav
ed about twenty-five bales of cotton,
but the rest went up in smoke with
the other contents of the depot.
Cleans Out the Fun
What a Lady in Valley Fork Dss
covered in Regard to Cardui.
Valley Fork, W. Va.?"I was so j
weak," writes Mrs. W. A. Thomas, of
Valley Fork, "that I could hardly get
around in the house. I used Cardui,
and now I feel better, and my friends
say I look better, than I have for a
I thought I would die, but Cardui
brought me around all right. Cardui
saved my life, and I do not want to be
The strength-giving properties of this
purely vegetable, tonic remedy, fox
women, are not the result of powerful
druggery, but of gentle, natural build
ing action, on the womanly organs.
As a general tonic for women, to im
??prove the appetite and build up tha
jsystem, Cardui Is in a class by itself.
As a quick relief from all forms oi
womanly trouble, no medicine la so
good as Cardui, the woman's tonic
Try it today. Sold at all drug storea
N. B ? Write to: Ladles'. Advisory Dept.. Charta,
oooza Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn., tor Bvecia
Instructions, and 64-paee book, "Home Trealmea
for Women." sent In plain wrapper, on request.
"I Miss You"
(Yes, I Miss You, Sweetheart Mine.)
?Illustrated song by Mike Perry
"The Taming of the
(A Perfect Production of the Great
"BOBBY, THE COWARD"
(A Story of the Streets of New York.)
Illustrated songs from 7 to 10.30
HERBERT L. GAMBATI,
Every Horse Owner
dreads that most dangerous disease, Colic.
Be prepared for an emergency by having
a bottle of Noah'* Colic Remedy on hand.
More animals die from Colic than all other
non-contagiouB diseases combined. Nine
out of every tan cases would have been
cured if Noah's Colic Remedy had been
given in time. It Isn't a drench or dope,
but is a remedy given on the tongue, so
? oiraplc that a woman or child can give iL
If it faila to cur*, your money will be
refunded. If your dealer cannot supply
you send 60c in stamps md we will mail
0 Noah Remedy Co., Inc.. Richmond. Va.
STORE YOUR COTTON
with the Standard Warehouse Co.
Dukes Avenue, Near A. C. L. Depot.
and if you wish it, the Farmeis
Loan and Trust Company will lend
you money on the receipt at a low
rate of interest.
T. B. Stackhouse, - - - President.
Geo. A. Schffley, - Local Mgr.
"ace By Ryan Walker.
232 and 234 King, and 203 Meeting Streets, Charleston, S. C.
The Largest Wholesale and Retail Mail Order
House in the South.
^IPFr*! AI ^e are mem^ers ?f Charleston
Ol J-iViALi"""Refund Association, and will pay
your Railroad fare to Charleston if you shop here. In
addition we guarantee you better values and greater
varieties to choose from than you will find outside of
the Great Market Centres.
CLOSING OUT SUMMER STOCKS
We are overstocked with, Spring and Summer
Merchandise of every kind: Tailor-Made Suits, Silk
and Lingerie Dresses, Children's Dresses, Ladies
Waists, Walking Skirts,' Dry Goods and Notions,
Floor Coverings, Lace Curtains, Shoes, Millinery,
Gents Furnishings, Etc.
TO ACCOMPLISH THIS WE HAVE PLACED THE ENTIRE STOCK ON SALE
From a Quarter to a Half Less Than Original Price,
Pay us a visit. Write for Samples or send us an open
order. We will attend toit as carefully as if you
were here in person.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
58 Sellers Avenue, Lot SO x 220.
5 room house.
34 W. Amelia. Dig house and lot.
Lot S. Windsor, 70 x 150. Adjoin
Lot S. Windsor, 51 x 194. Near
Lot YV. Russell, 50 x 150. Near
Lot on E. Russell.
Lot on Bate's place.
Lot on Orange Court. Very large j
JAMISON, S. C.
'Big lot, store and dwelling com
15 acres in Fogle settlement. Ben
105 acres on Sou. Ry., about one
mile East of Branchville.
235 acres near Rowesville.
31 acres in the Thompson settle
ment near Branchville.
17G acres near Stilton.
52 acres near Cope.
14 5 acres near Bolin.
105 acres near Jamison on Public
340 acres on road between Bethel
church and Rowesville.
4 44 acres on Cannon's bridge road.
350 acres near Eastern boundary
37 acres N'orhern part of city.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
We have several inquiries for
houses in the city. If you have any
thing you will sell, see us.
ORANGEBURG TRUST CO.
5 Court House Square.
Soft felts will be
more popular than
ever this Fall. ) Of
course you want
the right shape and
shade?then buy a
Renneker & Riggs,
The Fashion Shop.
Rudyard Kiplin's American royal
ty may be falling off, and he attacks
reclprooity perhaps to get even.
WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME.
If you purchase the NEW HOME you wIIJ
save a life asset ut the price you pay, cjid will
not have an endless chain of repairs.
it is the
in die endj
II ynu want a sewing maohtne, write fo?
;ur latest ratalo^-uc before you purchase.
\te New Horns Sewing Machine Co., Orange, Mass,
Cotton Seed Wanted.
If you have any cotton \
seed to sell or trade, see 'me
before selling at Addpn Bros.
Warehouse, corner Railroad
and ?. Russell St.
Car load lots solicited. Be
fore buying your Fertilizer see
me and get prices.
R. N. OWEN,
Agent for Kershaw Oil Mill.. j[