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Mr. I. L. Showem
He buys a Coat
by Ryan Walker.
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We have cut into 20 or more Small Farms, the beauiful plantation of 428 acres owned by Dr. J. D. S. Fairey and situated
only 5 miles from the City of Orangeburg on the State Highway extending from Columbia to Charleston. It fronts this pop
ular automobile roadway on both sides for 3-4 of a mile. AH this property will be sold at Auction on
Consisting of Residence, Out Houses> Saw Mill, Gin, &c. Sale will commence promptly at 11 A. M., and will take place on the Properly. FREE--A FARM WILL BE GIVEN AWAY to the purchasers of
that date. Also Other Valuable Presents. NOTHING PAYS LIKE FARMING, It is the poor man's hope and the rich man's pastime. Buy now while land is Cheap.
TERMS 1-3 (One-Third) cash, balance in 3 equal annual installments. Interest on deferred payments at the rate 8 per
cent. Plenty of Music* Good time for all. Come and bring your friends. For further information, address
Auctioneer H. W. Sigress,
Fort Wayne, Ind. ,
LIGON LAND COMPANY, Snmter, S. C.
The Edisto Savings Bark
We want you to own one of our new safety boxes which
we have just put in our fire-proof vault?never keep a fire
policy in the building insured?you should keep your papers
of value and your jewelry in one of our boxes and be secure.
The United States Government has named tl-is Bank as
the depository of its Postal Savings Bank funds?'et us count
you among our depositors. ?
Your deposits with us are absolutely secure. We have a
capital and surplus of $135,000.00 and resources of over |
$525,000 which should be sufficient to guarantee you. against $
\o>s. We carry Bjrglar Insurance. Give us your business |
and feel safe. t
At a argain, - - For Quick Sale.
12." acres r> miles South of City on Charleston Road. 1"> acres under
cultivation. Gray soil, clay subsoil. -1 room dwelling and out buildings.
S9 acres 4 miles north of City on Columbia Road. 50 acres under
cultivation. Gray soil, clay subsoil. One house; good barn.
603 acres 5 miles south of City on Charleston Ro?d. 100 acres un
der cultivation. One and 1-1 million pine timber; good saw mill and gin
house. Gray soil; clay subsoil; one dwelling.
40 1-4 acres 2 1-2 mil?s from City on road to :>t. Matthsws, near
Stilton. 30 acres under cultivation. Cray soil; clay subsoil. Good
peach orchard; 4 acre pasture; G room cottage and necessary out
56 acres four miles north cn Columbia Road. 48 acres under cultiva
tion: balance in past ire. This is a bargain for a quick sale. Nice, new
dwellings and barns: good pasture.
14S acres G miles west of City on Kenley road. 100 acres under cul
tivation. 4S acres timber. Land in a fair state of cultivation. One 4
room dwelling: 4 tenant bouses: 2 barns.
72 acres 10 miles north of City on road to North. 4 0 acres under
cultivation. Gray soil, clay subsoil. One 4-room house; 1 barn.
131 acres 4 miles north of St. Matthews. 100 acres capable of
50 acres fine clay west of Cope. Suitable for btick yard.
At the pnces listed these farms will not be on the market long,
so we advise prospective purchasers to apply quickly.
F. R. Simpson Real Estate
and Ins., Co.
j Every Horse Owner
dreads that most dangerous disease. Colic.
Be prepared 2or an emergency by ha vine
a bottle of Nc-ah's Colic Remedy on hand.
More animals die from Colic thnn all other
non-contagious diseases combined. Nine
out of every ten cases would have beoa
cured if Not-.h'o Colic Remedy bad been
given in time. It Isn't a drench or dope,
but is a remedy given on the tongue, so
simple that a woman or child can give it
If it fails to cur?, your money will be
refunded. If your dealer cannot supply
you send DOc In ?tamps ^nd wc will mail
? 9 Noah Remedy Co.. Inc.. Richmond. Vav
Combats between animals of dirfor
eut species are a source ol great
amusement among the Japanese Ono
of i be most popular ccbtests is that
between monkey and j;c,ose. The
monkey Is tied to one of the goose'?
legs, by means of a cord, and both
animals are set down near the bank
Of a river, or pend The goose, stand
leg in dread of the monkey, seeks for
safety in tlie water, and the monkey
afraid of the water, exerts himself to
the uttermost not to be drawn into it
As a rule, the gcosc draws the monkey
into the water, and then the cunning
simian sits astride it the goose, in
equestrian fashion The goose then
tries to dive, and the monkey pre
vents her If lie can; and so the fight
goc* on until the spectators tire, and
the animals are released from an un
The final ripening process in tho
preparation oi' California oranges lor
the market is the exposure of the Iruit
to steam vapor, which imparts the
golden yellow color described on the
labels by "sun kissed" and other ap
petizing terms Electric beat Is ?;m
ployed 'o a large extent In producing
this steam vapor, electric immersion
coils in open tanks of water In the
ripening rooms producing the warm
humidity required to give the final
tint to the orange of commerce.?Di
etetic and Hygienic Gazette.
HAVE COCD IDEA OF DRESS
Many fyl^r Possess The Artistic Eye
When II Ccn-'.es to Matter of Fem
There is an old tradition to the ef
fect ih.it men lack discretion an well
ns artistic -ye In the selection of a
becomingly gowned woman A man
notoriously at sea In the matter of
leniinme I rocks was asked to design
what to his mind was a graceful dress
for the beautlficatlon of the woman
ly figure The result not only vindi
cated men ol the charge of Ignorance
concerning the becoming feminine
drapery, but established for him a
wisdom and artistry in designing that
many devotees ol the latest sartorial
spasm, be ii modestly pretty or dar
ingly ridiculous, will do well to cul
The fabric of the gown evolved by
the mere man was si soft clinging
crepe de chine of shadowy blue tone.
It was cut in kimono fashion, with
loose-hanging Oriental sleeves The
neck was slightly rounded out to show
the smooth, white column of Jie
throat, and the gown hunt; free from
the shouloers, falling in long, sweep
ing lines, with just a suspicion of
a sweep at the ba<-k In front an elon
gated buckle of the 'due material, em-,
broidered wj*i. dull gold threads, held
a wide girdle, which was wound
! around the wa'sl empire fashion, tied
i In an odd knot with short uostanding
loops in the hack, trotn whence Ions,
loose ends, finished "'itii gold and blue,
'fell to the bottom of the skin The
j sash gave a slightly empire effect, ami
I the wh ile gown appeared to swathe
, the figure in (olds ol pastel blue Such
:a gown must in the very nature of It
self, conceal any offending angular
lines, jest as it would of necessity
heighten the symmetry of the softly
curving ones Grace of carriage and
elegance oi attire were its indubitable
followers, so much so that one won
ders why the distress and fatigue of
countless hours at the dressmaker's
are endured, when art is so very sim
That Deadly Parlor Rifle.
A very sad and distressing arci
dem occurred over in Suniter oa
Wednesday, which resulted in the
death ol" .Mrs. W. .1. Benjamin, a
young married lady, who leaves a
husband and four little children.
Mrs. r.enjaniin was tidying her home
on west Hampton Avenue, and
in some manner knocked over
a 22 calibre parlor rifle. The rifle
discharged and the ball entered .Mrs.
Benjamin's neck, under the chin,
death resulting in a few seconds.
There are scores of homes in Orange
burg county, where a similar acci
dent may happen any day by the
knocking over of the deadly parlor
rifle carelessly left in some corner.
If you have a fire arm In your house
put it in a safe place.
THEIR APPETITES WITH THEM
2'/2 Pounds of Meat and 12 Quarts of
Strong Drink Per Capita
Is French Record.
Frenchmen are pretty able trencher
men, but the following account of a
meal ,'uade by eight Norman peasants
surpasses expectations. According to
the Medical Journal, a grazier with
seven of bis friends undertook an ex
pedition to gather fagots.
Among them they should have man
aged some 400 fagots, but 37 repre
sented the sura of their work, the
small total being accounted for. pos
sibly by the luncheon which the octet
devoured They managed to consume
20 pounds of meat, 8 quarts of pure
perry. 1G bottles of assorted wines, 9
bottles of champagne and 8 quarts of
cider brandy of an alcoholic strength
of (ifi per cent A roast goose, placed
thoughtfully among the rations, was
This luncheon represents an aver
age of 2Vj pounds of meat and 12
quarts of milk, none of It weak, per
capita during the 12 hours occupied
by the expedition.
euren1 by Noah's Liniment.
Where there is no swelling
or fever a few applications will
relieve you. It penetrates?
does not evaporate like other
remcdics?rcq uir e8 little
Xonh't Liniment Is the best remedy for
Rheumatism. Sciatica, Lame hack. Stiff
Joints and Muscles, Soro Throat, Colds,
Strains, Sprains, Cuts, ^??v,-si*">tf*^
Bruises, Colic, Cramps,
and all Nerve, lionc
and Muscle Aches and
Pains. The genuine has
Noah's Ark on every
packape and looks liko
this cut, but has RED
band on front of pack
age, 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 Noah
R cm od y Co., Inc.,
rot hi m net
mmm-h RIDER MUT
m EACH TOW
and district to.
_ ride and exhibits
ntror" bicycle furnished l>y us. Our agents e
makingmoney fast /f-W/rtor full particulars ana special offer at once.
NO MOM-,Jf EEQUIKE? until you r..-ccive and approve of your bicycle. We ship
to anyone, anywhere in the U. S. without a cent deposit in advance, prepay freight, and
allow TEN DAI'S' FKEE TRIAL during which time you may ride the bicycle and
-ut it to any test you .wish. If you are thcti not perfectly satisfied or do not wijh to
[ccp the bicycle ship it back to us at our expense andyou will not be out one cent.
FA?TARV PiMflFS "6 furnish the highest grade bicyclei it is possible to rnaka
v Hwivni irniVM at one small profit above actual factory cost. You save Jin
to $35 middlemen's profits by buying direct of us and have the manufacturer's guar
antee behind your bicycle. 1>0 NOT BUY a bicycle or a p.iirof tires from anyone
at any price until you receive our catalogues and learn our unheard of factory
prices and remarkable special offers to rider agents.
VAU UNI I RP ACTAMIOUTn whcn >'ou receive our benutiful catalogue and
IVU WILL DC NOlUfllOnCU study our superb models at the wor.aerfullp
low prices we can make you this year. We i.ell the highest grade bicycles for lets mone?
than any other factory. We arc satisfied with fi.co profit above factory cos*.
? BICYCLE DEALLKS, you can sell our bicycles under your own name plate it
double our prices. Orders filled the day received.
HECON'D HAND BICYCLES.. We do not regularly handle second hand bicycles, bu*.
usually have a number on hand taken in trade by our Chicago retail stores. These we clear out
promptly at prices, ranging from S3 to SS or 810. Descriptive bargain lists mailed free.
?tfl?CTTD DDAKTC single whoola, imported roller chains and peduis, parts, repairs and.
wUAd I Cn'DIMtnCtff equipment of all kinds at lialf tiie usual retail trices.
A SAMPLE PAIR
TO INTRODUCE, ONLY
The regular retail price ol these tires is
S3.S0 per pair, but to introduce we will
NO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES
NAILS. Tacks or Class will not lot uho
Notice tho thick rubber tread
"A" and puueturo strips "JB**
and "D," also rim strip "U**
to prevent rim cutting. This
tiro will outlast any other?
make-SOFT, ELASTIO and
nlr out. Sixty thousand pairs sold lost year.
Over two hundred thousand pairs now in use.
DESCRIPTION: Made in nil sizes. It festively
and easy riding, verydurabiennd lined inside wi;h
a special quality or rubber, which never becomes
porous and which closes up small punctures without allow
ing the air to escape. We have hundreds of letters from satis
fiedeustomersstating that their tires haveonly been pumped
up ouceor twice in a whole season. They weigh no more t baa
an ordinary tire, thejpuncturc resistingqualities being given
by several layers oi thin, specially prepared fabricon the
tread. The rcgu lar price of these tires isfj.50 per pair, bu t lor
advertising purposes weare makinga special factory price to
the rider of only fj.So per pair. All orders shipped same day letter is received. Wc ship C. 0. P. oa
approval. You do not nay a cent until you have examined and found them strictly as represented.
We will allow a cash discount, of 5 per cent (thereby making the price S-1.05 per pair) if yoa
send EULL 511 WITH OUDEK and enclose this advertisement, You run no risk la
sending us t order 09 the tires may be returned at OUK expense if for any reason they are
not salisfaclo 011 examination. We are perfectly rclinble and money sent to US is as safe as in a
bank. If yon order a pair of these tires, you will find that they will ride easier, run faster,
wear better, last longer and look finer than any tire you have ever used or seen at any price. We
know that you will be so well pleased that when you want a bicycle you will give us your order.
We waut you to send us a trial order at once, hence 1 his remarkable tire offer.
rmm \rg^na AIFK?H% YfBrC don't buy auv kind at any price until you send for a pair of
tr B*J4? twfit?J a if/tffio Hcdgethorn Puncture-Proof tires on approval and trial at
the special introductory price quoted above; or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue which,
describes and quotes all makes and kinds of tires at about half the usual prices.
0-3 ^3 ni/r*T MS AIV" but write us a postal todav. DO NOT THINK OK BUYING a bicycle
BJt? mwM? B wV/il t or a p.iirof tires from anyone until you know the new and wonderful
offers wc arc making. It only costs a postal to learn evcrythicg. Write it NOW.
F. V/. MEYERS & SON
1 WHOLESALE FRUI [5 AND PRODUCE
~. 168 E. Bay St., Charleston, S. C.
< From now on and through the whole season, will carry
,Ji a !in: of G)?ij to ticUe the pilate of the greatest gourmet.
P YOUR ORDERS SHALL HAVE THE BEST OF
\\K CARRY TIIK LARGEST HKLTS IX STOCK IX SOUTH CARLOIXA.
We have the 14 in C-ply and the 16 and lS-ln S-ply Gandy Holt. It is
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 also have the 11-inch S-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
West Gervais Street, Columbia, S. C.