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Mr. I. L. Showem
?. R, Mellier?&n)p
in one of the
"Giant" Fire Insurance
CALL ON HIM.
Williams & Sharpers on
f MerchantlTailors and Dry Cleaners
First Ctass Yorkn^ar/ip Gu&r?^teed.
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Special Attention to Ladles Clothes.
Suits Made to Order.
Clothes called tor and delivered.
Under Post Office Orangeiburg, S. C.
Water Pumping 0 jtfits, Gasoline EnginesS For^Giias, Sa w
Mills, Elevators or Any Purpose.
A Card Staring Needs Brings Particulars.
Cooper arid Company,
Any Kind of Power.
125 East Bay St. 118 S. Ocean St.,
Charleston, S. C. Jacksonville, Fla.
We Handle Everything in Season
THE BAY FRUiT CO.
Wholesale Dealers In
FOREIGN and DOMESTIC FRUITS and PRODUCE
182 East Bay St. :-x Cl arleston, S. C
Lowrey Wagon Works
Augusta, Ga. Estab!ishedjl847
A large stock of One and Two H )rse Farm Wagons, made
of thoroughly seasoned material and fully guaranteed, always
on hand at the lowest prices. If your dealer does not handle
our goods, wrife direct to us for price.
Ellis and Ninth Streets,
F. M MEYERSC& SON
WHOLESALE FRUITS AND PRODUCE
i 188 E. Bay St.,
Charleston, S. C.
? From now on and through the whole season, will cany
H a linj of Giih to tickle the palate of the greatest gourmet.
?b' YOUR ORDERS SHALL HAVE ;THE BEST OF
WE CARRY THE LARGEST BELTS IX STOCK IN SOUTH CARLOIXA.
We have the 14 in fi-ply and the 16 and 18-in 8-ply Gandy Belt. It ig
the Original Red Stitched Canvas Belt. There are a great many imitations
on the market, but you can always tell the Gandy, for it is stamped ev
ery 10 feet (Gandy). We ulso have the 114-inch 5-p!y Giant Stitched.
This belt has a national reputation. It is the Original Seamless and Stit
ched belt. Write for prices.. COLUMBIA SUPPLY COMPANY, 823;
West Gervais Street, (Columbia, S. O.
Pours out of the horn of the
exactly as It went Into the record.
Band, orchestra, violin, flute,
piccolo, piano, banjo, bells, cornet,
clarionet, trombone, 'cello, speech
or singing voice, solo or ensemble
?every note and tone is clear and
Good reason why?the machine
Is perfect. Let us play the MBN"
for yon to urove It If you bay yon
pay just $28.90 for the complete
outfit wltJi needles and records.
Easy terns If you like. Other
outfits fron $20 to $200*
R. C. KING.
Orangeburg, S C.
It Is the most distressing and
discouraging of all troubles.
Nine cases out ol ten can be
cured by Noah':t 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
Ithcuuialisra, sciatica, Lame Back, Stiff
Jolals iiinl Muscles, Sore Thront, Colds,
Strains, Sprains, Cuts,
Bruises, Colic, Crumps,
and all Nervo, Bone
and Muscle Aches and
Pains. The genuine has
Noah's Ark on every
packago an 1 looks liko
this cut, tint has BED
hand on front of pack
age anil "NoaV? Lini
ment" always in BED
Ink. Beware of imita
tions. Large bottle, 25
cents, and sold by nil
dealers in medicine.
Guaranteed or money
refunded by Nou h
I B e in e (1 y C o., Inc.,
a Richmond, Va. ??
m uei N HU!
First Class Automo
bile Repair Work
Done on short notice at our shop.
Give us a trial. We have with
us an expe ienced automobile
mechanic from North Carolina and
give our prompt attention to any
gasoline propelled engine, makes
no difference how difficult the
woil: may be we will make good.
Also Wheel Wright, Black Smith
Stack & Company
Meeting Sc. Opposite Cotton Yard.
'icks Some Fall App
Every Horse Owner
dreads that most dangerous disease. Colic.
Bo prepared for an emergency by having
a bottle of Noah's Colic Remedy on hand.
Mora animals die from Colic than all other
non-contagious diseases combined. Nina
ont of every tan cases would have been
cured if Noah'* Colic Remedy had been
given in time. It Han't o drench or dope,
but is a remedy givin on the tongue, so
simple that a won:an or child can give it
If it fails to euro your money will be
refunded. If your dealer cannot supply
you send 60c in stamps nnd we will mail
a bottle. f
0 Noah Remedy Co.. Inc. Rlehmoad. Va.
We have j the suits- -what we
need is the men to fill them?and
the class of men who are particu
lar, who insist on the right styled
clothes will find that we have just
the clothes for them to get into.
At prices from $12.50 to $25.00
all cut to the best of the prevailing
style and all perfectly tailored.
Ld's try a suit on yon.
Renneker & Riggs,
The Fashion Shop.
WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME.
ir you purchase the NEW HOME you will
have a life asset at tlie price you pay, aud will
not have an endless chain of repairs.
It you want a sewing machine, write for
Mir latest catalogue before you purchase.
rii?, New Horas Sewing Machine Co.. Orange, Mass,
with the Standard Warehouse Co. <
Dukes Avenue, Near A. C. L. Depot, j
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 M'g'r.
The fall Teadhei's Exataniation
will be held at the Courthouse on
Friday, October 6, beginning at nine
o'clock a. m.
L. W. Livingston,
9-23-4 Supt. Education, 0 C.
By Ryan Walker
The fall suits are ready.
There are several n2w wrinkles. The
newest are the military and varsity coat
with a back that cuts into the waist. If
you have a good figure it's just the tiling
tor you; if you haven't, better stick to
the old st) le.
We think young men like to be yourg.
As we're out for business, we make
their clothes just as interesting and styl
ish and modern as possible.
Perhaps one of th'; reasons that our
young men's clothes are so young is we
don't try to teach our men's makers how
'tVHn to make young men's clothes. We go
>.???>?. to makers of young men's clothing who
j} know the details of the business?there's
- less to teach and more to get.
Young men like our prices as well as
they like our suits.
GEO. V. ZEIGLER,
Orangeburg, S. C.
That suit you've been
planning to buy, the one
that will fit, wear well
and not cost too much.
Come in and say SHIELD
BRAND clothing to us
and we'll fit you out to
a " T " in the clothes you
want to buy at the price
you want to pay.
Found Dead in His Itoom.
Henry S. Drummond, a popular
traveling man, was found dead in
room 26 !n the Commercial Hotel at
Iacney Wednesday morning.
Orangeburg, Tuesday, Oct. 17.
See the Racing Camels
The Sumersalt Elephant
The crowning amusement glory of the
South. The SouthV only and truly
representative of the show wor ld, owned
operated and controlled by Earnest
Haag, a southerner. See the parade.
It must be seen as it cannot be justly
For the Best Stationery
SIMS BOOK STORE.