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AUCTION SALE OF 50 LOTS
Glover Street Park, Orangeburg, S. C, Friday, Nov.
17, 1911, Between 11 & 12 O'clock. Will Have
Music. Give Away New Buggy and Harness and Bag
of Money at Sale. Good residential lots. Close to
center of city.
^ TERMS: One-third cash, balance payable in two
years. You can attend this sale and see county fair.
Sale positively will not last but one hour.
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WE ARE GLAD
To welcome you to the Orange
burg County Fair. We want
. you to come, leave your baggage
and feel at home with us and re
member if you have any trading
to do you will be treated right.
The Edisto Dry Goods Co.
HAYDEN & BRIGGMAN, Managers.
58 W Russell St.
Try Us For Your Wants
We carry a complete line of Clothing,
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Capo,
Notions, Groceries, Furniture and Hard
JAMISON, SOUTH CAROLINA |
Largest stock of Steel Split. Wood split and Universal Cast Iron Split
Puileys with Interchangeable bushings, carried. Let us have your orders.
At least favor us with your inquiries.
COLUMBIA SUPPLY COMPANY,
HOW PAPER CAME TO BE
823 West Gervais Street.
Columbia, S. O.
A Wasp In a Garden Was Inspiration
to a Nipponese Who Could Grzcp
Long years e-o a .Tapanesa walked
through his pretty garden to his home,
his hands were clasped behind bis
back and he was thinking as he cross
ed the bridge to pluck a fresh wiste
rla blossom that hung Just over his
bead. This little gentleman had a
great many parcels to send out from
his shop every week, and he had al
ways wrapped them in silk; but this
wa<? -xpensive material and he need
ed <*-.inetLMag cheaper for his purpose.
All at once a wasp came flitting to
ward him. but he thrust It away that
It might noi nip his nose, and lo!
there at his hand was a wasp's nest!
It was made of thlL wood pulp, soft
ened into a thin "asie by the Jaws of
the Insect, then formed and left
"Why can'i; I do that same thing?"
thought the Japanese merchant "Get
certain wood, form It into a pulp by
means of water from the river and
make something like this wasp's nest
in consistency to wrap about my pack
ages." So this was the way paper was
first discovered: A wasp flew across
the paih of * man who walked one da
tu a vine-clad garden of old Japan.?
SURELY HAD KICK COMING
Conductor's Words Must Have Made
Dark Clouds Settle Around
He was in an outlying part of the
Bronx. He had an Important engage
ment in the lower part of Manhattan
and already he was late. Finally a
trolley car hove in sight and bore
rapidly down on him.
He signaled It, but In his dismay
tho speed was not slackened There
was a second of anxious thought?
should he or should he not jump on
the car?tho speed was great, but so
was the distance between cars.
And then came the back pfatform
of the car, and he shot out hJB arm.
clu'cha"1 the hand rail?and the next
Instant he was standing on the plat
form, feeling as though his arm had
been yanked from Its socket, but wear
lng a self-satisfied 6mlle.
The conductor, inside the car, pulled
the bell and the car stopped.
"Hey! Get off of here!" shouted the
conductor. "This is a work car."?
New York Presa
Draws the Line at Flies.
' We try to sympathize with our
dumb animals in their afflictions, but
somehow it Is rather difficult for us to
feel very sorry for the common house
fly who ventures too far into our paste
pot.?Ohio State Journal. _
OUa LINE 15 ' COMPLETE. ?
Every Standard southern
Represented in our display at the South's Largest Vehicle
Repository on EAST RUSSELL STREET.
Everybody invited to call and
examine our line.
SIFLY & FRITH.
$300 Piano %
By Just a
Cut out and mail today.
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WHY NOT LET THAT
SOMEONT BE YOU?
THE TIMES AND DEMOCRAT,
ORANGEBURG, S. C,
Contest Editor: Please enroll me as a contestant in The Times and Democrat's Grand \ oling Contest
Township. Also send me envelopes, order blanks, receipt
books, etc, so that I may begin work promptly.
Here's a tip?
This year, don't buy an UNCLAS
SIFIED PLEBIAN Overcoat that
smacks of the factory?buy one of
our $15.00, $18.00, or $20.00 Over
coats and have that much besought
In our stock of Overcoats you see
scperb assortments of sharply, clas
sified styles?a splendid array or fab
rics made up in styles "just" right
for the wearer.
Renneker & Riggs,
THE FASHION SHOF'.
John H. Schacte
Fruits and Vegeta
bles in Season.
GIVE HIM A CALL
Academy of Music
One Night, Wednesday, November 22
The Richmond Times-Dispatch, Oct. 21, said of this company and play: "An excellent
performance of a famous comedy. For straight comedy, pure and undefiled for
character drawing so perfect that the people portrayed in the play are simply men
and women whom most of us have scene and known; for cleverness and wit without
a suggestive phrase?give me 'The Country Boy.' "
A play of city life by Edgar Selwyn. With a big company and
You will be very sorry if you miss this dramatic treat.
The Country Boy
Prices 50c to $1.50