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Mr. I. L. Showem
He Goes Shopping With His Wife
by Ryan Walker.
he Auction Sale Of 20-FARMS-20
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. All 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 Property. 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, Sumter, S. C.
Paint Your Own % i
j you can do it yourself and at, little expense.
It's easy to give it a beautiful, hard, brilliant,
varnish-gloss finish in black or rich appropriate
CARRIAGE PAINT (Neal's)
is made especially to give to buggies, carriages
and vehicles of all kinds, a tough, durable, glossy
finish that will look well and wear well. An
ideal finish for settees, flower stands, porch furni
J^sS^S^ ture? garden tools and all surfaces
'JJ^^0\hm that must withstand exposure and
^M^^U/ hard usage? Ready to brush on ,
and the label tells how.
S. A. BLACKMON,
ORANGEBURG, S C. '
THE GREATER STATE
FAIR FOR 1911
The One Occasion and Place
for Everyone to Meet.
ELABORATE PLANS MADE
The Railroads Offer Special Rates.
Pine Attractions. Every tiling Trom
Side Shows to Aeroplane Flights.
Columbia, October 10th, Special:?
The next event of State-wide import
ance is the State Fair, which In to be
held in Columbia, beginning October
80th and ending November 3rd.
For more than forty years?two
generations?this has been the one
event In which all the people of the
State have joined. In previous years
it has not been so much the exhibits
that have attracted the people from
every part of the State as It has been
?the community of interests, so to
speak, of the people of this State.
There has been a general desire on
the part of the people In one part o?
Carolina to meet and know more ot
the people in other sections and that
Is why they have come to the Stale
Fair. Families have scattered and
more people can be met In Columbia
during the State Fair than any one
other place in the same time and that
Is the primary cause of the growing
eiuccess of the State Fair. As the
State has prospered so has the Fair
In its exhibits. Year by year better
cattle and better stock have come into
South Carolina and it is at the State
Fair that much of this enthusiam is
Eipread by the exhibition and sale of
that which Is best In cattle, stock,
poultry and labor saving machinery.
President J. Arthur Banks, a suc
cessful business man from St. Mat
thews, who is now President of the
Association, and Secretary J. M. Can
tey are emphasizing these features of
the exhibits and the applications for
epace already Indicate all the exhibits
that can be housed will be In Colum
The Fair Association has recently
bought a large steel frame structure,
which It 1."? hoped will be In readiness
tor use f'jr the approaching Fair.
For those who like racing there will
bo line horse races and to keep In
thorough touch with the modern pace
line automobile races will be run.
On two days of the week there will
be line football games; on Thursday
of Fair Week the Carollna-Clemson
game Is scheduled.
Special attractions will be provided
at the State Fair each night of Fair
President Banks has contracted to
have a modern aeroplane make two
lllghts each day and this ought to be
a great attraction for those who have
not yet seen this modern wonder.
The railroads being In thorough ac
uord with the Ideas and purposes of
the State Fair have announced espe
cially low rates for the round trip
from all points, and those who do not
come to Columbia for the State Fair
to catch the political pulse, or to see
their cousins or sweethearts will have
ample to see in the 1911 exhibits
that will be provided, and which.
^rcmiso to be finer and more worth
;udying than ever before.
Tho dateo of the State Fair are,
fOctober 2 0th to &OA IftCjUfllYfi of No/J
STROUSE a BRC&
Whether you want a Suit that's
a wee bit "sporty" or a suit lor
the outdoor sport*, it's here in the
best-milled weaves of America
and the Continent, notably it
L~ose, "lcungy"and easy-fitting
--plinty of chist-room aid beck
room-?no pinching under the arms
?Norfolk and regular models
p'am patch pockefs?solid or fan
Evcything else for sports and
"sports"?Sweater Coat', Goif
Caps, Warm Shirts, Warm Un
d r Arear, Thick-Soled Shoes, Vel
Apropos of warm things, you'll
"warm up" to the service of this
store. It's helpful!?attentive?
Renneker & Riggs,
The Fashion Shop.
The Edisto Savings Bank
Orangeburg, S. C.
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.
I The United States Government has named this Bank as
the depository of its Postal Savings Bank funds?let us count
you among our depositors.
Your deposits with us are absolutely secure. We have a
capital and surplus of $ 135,000. JO and resources of over
$525,000 which should be su.?cient to guarantee you against
loss. We carry Burglar Insurance. Give us your business
and feel safe. 1
How About a Nice Farm?
At a argain. - - For Quick Sale.
12Ti acres S miles South of City on Charleston Road. 75 acres under
cultivation. Gray soil, clay subsoil. 4 room dwelling and out buildings.
.S!i acres 4 miles north of City on Columbia Road. ">G acres under
cultivation. Cray soil, clay subsoil. One house; good barn.
603 acres 5 miles south of City on Charleston Road, lot) acres un
der cultivation. One and 1-4 million pine timber; good saw mill and gin
house. Gray soil; clay subsoil; one dwelling.
4'J 1-4 acres l! 1-2 mil^s from City on road to St. Matthews, near
Stilton. 30 acres under cultivation. Gray soil; clay subsoil. Good
peacb orchard; 4 acre pasture; 13 room cottage and necessary out
SC acres four miles north cn Columbia Road. 4S acres under cultiva
tion: balance in pasture. This is a bargain for a quick sale. Nice, new
dwellings and barns; good pasture.
148 acres t; miles west of City on Kenley road. 100 acres under cul
tivation, is acres timber. Land in a fair state of cultivation. One 4
room dwelling: 4 tenant houses; 2 barns.
72 acres 10 miles north of City on road to North. 40 acres under
cultivation. Gray soil, clay subsoil. One l-room house; 1 barn.
11 acres 4 miles north of St. .Matthews. 100 acres capable of
50 acres fine clay west of Cope. Suitable for brick yard.
At the prices 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.