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EVERYBODY IN THIS AND ADJOINING COUNTIES WILL BE EXPECTED
IT WILL BE A GREAT FAIR AND EVERYBODY MUST COME
TO MAKE IT OUR BIG SUCCESS.
It's your Fair, It's our Fair, It will teach you, It will amuse you, It will interest you, It will benefit you, Much for you
to see, Much for the Children to learn, Big exhibits, Grand amusements. Horse department, Cattle department, Sheep
and Goat department, Swine department, Poultry department, Household department, Fancy work department, Floral de
partment, Art department. Big automobile races, Exciting Horse race, Great Foot Ball Games, Wonderful free shows,
Georgeous trades display, Adams big carnival, Concerts by Royal Italian band. Big educational day, Grand Confederate
Veterans day, $4000 will be awarded in prizes, If you have something good to show enter it in proper department and
win a prize. Write for premium book and entry blanks. Reduced rates on all rail roads.
WE WANT YOUR EXHIBITS. WE WANT YOU.
November, 14th to 18th.
J. M Hughes, Sec'y.
Orangeburg, S. C.
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 oif 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
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27
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) er h, 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,
The People's Bank.
Orangeburg, South Carolina.
Surplus and profits
Liability of Stock
Protection to Deposi
Highest rate of interest paid
in SAVINGS DEPART
And will pay 4 1-2 per
cent on CERTIFICATES
We want your account.?We guarantee absolute safety to diih
positore and every courtesy to all customers. We keep your
money for you free of charge and pay you Interest. We ha??
ample resources to give you accommodation*. Safe, consen .>
tive, successful; protected by Fire Insurance and Burglar !_>>
ourance. Call and tee us or write ua.
D. O. HERBERT,
B. P. M?CKENFUSS,
J. W. CULLEB
orangfhurg at wofford.
For the Best Stationery
SIMS BOOK STORE.
Our Boys Take a Full Hand in Col
lege Life and Its Duties.
?The college correspondent of The
News and Courier says: There are
quite a number of boys at Wofford
from Orangeburg. For seveal years
they have had a large county club,
."vt the first meeting last week Ar
thur Avers was elected president;
P. T). Folder, Jr., vice president, and
T. H. Hodges, secretary and treas
urer. Ten new members were added
to the roll. After the business meet1
ing, an informal banquet was held.
Hugo Sims was toastmaster. William
H. Smith responded to a toast given
by A. W. Avers. Welcome addresses
were made by several old members
and were responded to .by E. H.
Blackman and J. W. Summers, of
the freshman class.
Much interest is shown in the pre<
liminafy' debates for the Wofford1
Davidson debate, to fake place in
Charlotte on December 5: Last
Saturday night representatives from
the Preston, Carlisle and Calhoun
literary societies spoke. The debate
waB, "Resolved, that England is
more democratic than the United
States. A committee of three mem
bers of the faculty acted as judges
and chose the best four speakers,
of whom two will be elected at a
joint meeting of the societies for
the final debate. The four selected
were C. 1?. Haynes, R. T. Wilson,
and H. R. Sims, from Preston Soeie*
ty, and R. L. Cox, from the Carlisle.
All are members of the senior class
except Mr. Sims who is a junior.
At a meeting of the student body
recently the following officers were
chosen for this year: President, J.
]j. Glenn, Jr., of Chester; vice pres?
ident. J. E. Hetuca, of Dillion; and
treasurer, T. W. Gage, of Chester.
"Usln* profanity to a mule," said
Uncle Eben, "don' giner'ly accom
plish much, 'cop' to give de mule a
chance to show off his superior dig
Bachelors and Hypocrisy.
About the worst hypocrite In the
world is an old bachelor who claims
that he likes children.?Chicago Rec
Notice of Discharge and Call For
On the 20th of November, 1911,
we will lile our final account as ad
ministrators of the estate of Mary
Rozard, and will thereupon ask for
All parties holding claim against
the estate of the said Mary Bozard
will file the same with us, at St.
Matthews. It. P. D. No. by No
vember 19th, irill, or be debarred
payment of the same.
L. A. Bozard,
C. F. Bozard,
Administrators of the estate of Mary
Oct. 19, 1911.
Would Be Rid of Undesirables.
Ambassadors from a besieged town
were treating with Alexander the
Great on the terms of surrender. Al
exander ordered that Acuphis, the eld
est of the ambassadors, should be the
governor of the town, and that he
should send immediately as hostages
100 of the best citizens. Acuphis
then smilingly observed: "Sire. I
could govern better If thou wouldst
permit me to send thee 100 of the
worst citizens Instead of 100 of thai
nnw?rr ir mr ?outoma.t. nriiil? a co. ?m a.
Mama says you ought to tiade
at a store that sends your goods
home quick. They have two
Phones at the PURE FOOD
STORE, so Central can't tell you
"line's busy" any mere. Ycujcan
PURE FOOD STORE.
when you are in a hurry for things
Young ladies over the county should send in their names for our contest.