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' \ *ESTABLISHED IN 1869.
Published Three Times Each Week
On Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Entered as second class matter on
January 9, 2909, at the post omce at
Oraagoburg, S. C.r under the Act 'of |
Congress of March, 1879.
Jas. L, Sims, - Editor and Prop. I
. Jak izlar Sims, > - Publisher. |
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Remittances should be made pay
able to The Times and Democrat,
?rangeburg, S. C, by registered let
ter, check or money order.
.We want all the ladies in the)
county to help us make our contest
You should enter the contest at
once, before some one else canvasses
your possible votes. It is not very
hard to win one, of the handsome
According to a cablegram a veri-i
table reign of terror prevails at Nan
king, China. A systematic search is
b?in& made for Chinese who have
discarded their queues and all found
a^e' beheaded at once. j
What is overwork for one person
ma,y be nothing but healthful activ
ity for another. So much depends j
upon the ibodily and nervous condi
tion that no set rule can he applied |
to govern all workers alike.
The Times and Democrat voting
contest Is on how. It will be con
d?cted fairly and squarely. The
folks who do the work will win the
prfees, not the ones who are success
ful in landing big blocks of bonus
'Most people will agree that Dr.
Cook, the explorer, has done wisely
in' turning to faAiing. His recent
experience in Copenhagen has prob-j
ably convinced him that people gen
erally take no stock In his north pole |
The Piano, the Sewing Machines
and the Dinner Sets, which are to
be given away by'The Times and
Democrat, were on ex&lbitlon at The
Times and Democrat booth at the
County Fair, and they were very j
much admired. Why not win one of \
A rousing meeting in the interest
of the "Woodrow Wilson league" was
held at the University of South Car
olina, there being about 125 students
present. Nearly ?ll' enrolled their
names as members' of the organiza
firoved the pl.-.'n Of dissolution pro
mote the candidacy of Gov. Wilson I
fof president. The movement is apt
to spread to other'college's in the]
State. v '
?It is reported from Russia that
eigjht million people are in need of
immediate relief because of the
failure of the crops in twenty prov
inces. The famine threatens a wide
area, and unless help is given
the people, many of them will
die of starvation. How thank
ful we ought to be that no such con
ditions has ever existed in our God
A dispatch from Washington says
the government will not appeal from
the decision of the United States cir
ottit court at New York, whish apt
proved he plan of dissolution pro
posed by the American Tobacco Com
pany. Why should It? President
Taft and all his cabinet are in favor
of. the trusts, and so are most of the
United States judges. They all stand
ready to help the trusts, big and
.Three prominent citizens of Shay
Bend, Kansas, ha&e confessed that
thoy assisted in tarring Miss Mary
Chamberlain, a pretty school teach
er of that place. The assault is al
leged to have teen suggested by the
wives and sisters of Shady Bend,
who, according to Miss Chamberlain,
were "j"alcus" of her popularity
with the youn;- men of the village.
It seems to be a crime for a girl to
be pretty in that part of Kansas.
t Ideals of character are not always
as bro.v! and high and positive as
they might be. Some people think
that because they do not lie, steal,
or'break the law their character is
about perfect. That is nothing bu:
a negativ^ character. True charac
ter is positive; positively genercus
?in its attitude towards others, posi
tive in its sympathy with what is
right and true, positive in the mat
ter of citizenship and of religion.
The opening day of the County
Fair assurtd its success. There are
lots of fine exhibits and thousands
of visitor:-;. The Fair can be, and
doubtless will be. made of great ben
fit to all the people of this and ad
joining counties. It takes a little
time to adjust matters and get things
to working smoothly. All things con
sidered, things moved off about as
smoothly on the opening day as it was
possible for them to do. The Fair
fills a long felt want.
At most any election the employers
of large members of men have only
to threaten to close down if certain
men are not elected or certain leg
islation endorsed or defeated, as the
case may be, to sway to their policy
thousands of wage earners who dread
the prospect of being thrown out of
v jrk. When bread and butter are
slake i( nef-ds considerable in
sider <? and strength of will to
? -nil against such powerful coer
cion. Such tactics defeated Bryan
three times. . ;
A Shameless Confession.
"An amazing admission is that of
the attorney general of the United
States of Representative Aiken, of
South Carolina. He admits that he
is armed to the teeth with knowledge
to combat an effort to raise prices in
this country, yet 'he frankly con
fesses that he does not understand
the working of a 'bear pool,' or how
[such a combination could operate in
[restraint of trade," says the Atlanta
Constitution. "The . quotation is
from an Associated Press dispatch
under a Washington date-line. It is,
therefore, presumably accurate.
"Congressman Aiken had alleged
to Attorney General Wickersham
that a bear pool had deliberately de
pressed prices on the New York Cot
ton' Exchange 3ome three cents &
pound, thus robbing the southern pro
ducer of an amount approximately
$105,000,009. Why not proceed at
once against this crew of gamblers,
asked the congressman, ascertain at
least if It were not as much in re
straint of trade as the effort: to lift
prices, and save scattered fragments
of their profits to southern cotton
"And the attorney general blandly
replies that he has no knowledge of
such a combination, that he has not
even studied the price-depressing side
of the market sufficiently 'to know
whether the reputed plot does or
does not contravene the law. In oth
er words, the department of justice
admits that it sees but one side of its
job?that' of proceeding against at
tempts to maintain prices, or to pre
vent their reaching lower levels. Of
the other?equally as important, that
of safeguarding the interests of pro
ducers against speculative bear raids
?it knows nothing. 'No doubt it re
gards that feature as of so trivial
importance as not even to study the
legal side of it.
"The attorney general, inevitably,
convicts himself of one of two
things: Of being a bull in a china
shop, ignorant of the requirements
of his high office, incompetent to
discharge them, or of possessing such
ineradicable mental and moral bias
that he looks square past the mil
lion-massed producer and sees only
the interests of the market, thimble
rigger. For the prosecution he has
taken to the supreme court was based
on the complaint of welching bear
gamblers, and the department had
not turned a hand until their squeal
reached its ears.
"To protect this precious crowd,
it can dig, delve, find legal grounds
and evidence. To protect the pro
ducer?it can find nothing! It is a
flagrant, a strange admission, tc
come from a department assumed to
enforce, impartially, the laws of this
country. Coupled with the report
that sonne of its high officials previ
ously sustained important connec
tions with the New York Cotton Ex
change, it points the imperative duty
of congress to probe! The shame
lessness of the thing is non-partisan.
If tha department of justice is going
to abandon the American producer
to the wolves, the country ought to
. ? ? ? i
J. Marion Sims.
"Let me tell you something sur
prising," said a visitor from the
North the other day. "I was in Lan
caster recently, and I asked a citizen,
'Where Is your monument to Dr.
Marion Sims?" What do you sup
pose he said? 'Who was Marion
And yet I, a Northern man knew"that
Marion Sims came from a place
called Lancaster, South Carolina."
And the visitor was not a surgeon,
but a plain business man, says ,the
Columbia Record, which goes on to
"Well, where, indeed, is Lancas
ter's monument to J. Marion Sims?
But it ought not to be left to Lan
caster to honor him. We are very
properly making of our State house
park a place of memorials to our dis
tinguished dead, and it is there that
we should one day raise up some fit
symbol of our pride in having given
to the world so eminent a scientist,
whose name his profession has al
ready inscribed within its own temple
of fame, close alongside the names
of Jenner and Morton, McDowell and
Lister and Pasteur. We neglected to
honor Dr. Sims while he lived, as we
have in one way honored a worker
in the same general field, Dr. W. Gill
Wiley, to whom the University of
South Carolina has presented its Mc
Master medal, for distinguished ser
vice to mankind: but we can not
much longer neglect to raise up to
Sims?' Yet I a Northern man knew
without incurring that reproach
which the prover") conveys, when it
speaks of the prophet without honor
in his own country.
"One of the couspicuous objects in
Bryant park, New York City, just at
the rear of the great Public library,
is the bronze monument placed there
seventeen years ago to Dr. Sims:
Frect and proud, a lifelike image of
the great healer and teacher, the
spontaneous gift of his brothers in
the profession throughout the civil
ized world, and of many unfortunates
whom his genius and skill nad bene
fited. The inscription epitomizes his
J. MARION SIMS, M. D. LL. I).
Born in South Carolina. 1813, Died
in New York City in 18S3.
Surgeon and Philanthropist.
Founder of the Woman's Hospital of
the State of New York.
His Brilliant Achievements Carried
the Fame of American Surgery
Throughout the Civilized
In Recognition of His Services in the
Cause of Science and Mankind,
He Received the Highest Honors in
the (lift of His Countrymen,
And Decoraitons from the Govern
ments of France, Portugal, Spain.
Belgium and Italy,
To the City of New York
His Professional Friends,
Throughout the World.
One-half Gent a Wojd
Found Noiticea 'Free.
Bay Your Display Vehicles?from
Sifly and Frith and take the
For Sale?An Oliver Typewriter,
very little used. Will be sold
cheap. Mrs. W. C. Evans, Elloree.
Wanted?a man with family to run
two, three or four horse contract
farm. Apply at once. Paul A. Glea
ton, Springfield. S. C.
For Sale?Residence 95 Whitman
street. Modern conveniences, sew
erage and lights. Terms reason
able. Apply W. W. Wannama
Wanted?Price on five cords of yel
low pine, 4 feet length, delivered
in Orangeburg. Write J. L. 3., care
Times and Democrat, Orangeburg,
Wanted At Once?Contractor to roll
six room dwelling, distance of four
hundred and fifty feet. No turns,
grade downward, yv. M. Fair &
Co., Elloree, S. C.
Wanted?A male teacher for Hill
Field colored school in District No.
10, Calhoun County. Salary $25
per month. Apply with stamp to
D. W. Heigler, Cameron, S. C.
For Sale?One ?ood saw mill and
saw. One good 20 H. P. boiler and
engine. One good Timber Cart
and everything used around a mill.
Apply to J. W. Smoak or Mrs. F.
Lost?Either in the Academy of Mu
sic or between that building and
the Orangeburg Hotel an open face
lady's gold watch, small chain,
about four inches long, with a
patent fastener. Finder will- be
rewarded by leaving at Times and
Democrat office. R. R. Gross,
Holly Hill, S. C. At Orangeburg
Hotel Tuesday. 11-18-1*
Fine Farm For Sale?Will sell my
farm seven miles from Orange
burg, one and a half miles from
Jamison, S. C. Land consists of
350 acres. 225 cleared and in
high state of cultivation. Seven
room dwelling. Five tennant hous
es. Thoroughly equipped with out
buildings gin etc. Only enough
cash wauted to insure sale. Bal
ance on easy terms. Apply to
E. J. Wannamaker, Orangeburg,
For Sale?225 acres of land, five
miles from North, S. G.J good six
room dwelling, six tenant houses,
thoroughly equipped with barns,
stables and other necessary out
buildings; 185 acres under high
.state of cultivation, clear of stumps
and level. This land easily makes
a bale of cotton per acre; on R. F.
D. and within 3-4 mile of a good
school. High and healthy. For
further information, apply to D. H.
Hydrick, North, S. C. 11-11-1*
.Wanted?To purchase ash and yel
low poplar logs. Tarver-McMir
lan Lumber Company, Savannah;
C">od Farm for Sale?near town, and
and graded school. Write for par
ticulars. W. H. Parrish, Coats
Established 1784. D. A. Walker, 152
Meeting St., Charleston, S. C. Mar
ble and granite works, Iron and
Wire fencing. Send for prices.
The Carneau Pigeon is the greatest
money-maker of all poultry. Spec
ial low prices, also Racing Pigeons
for sale. Write: Fancy Stock
Yards, Columbia, S. C.
Eggs Wanted?Ship us your hens, J
chickens and geese. We guaran-'
tee you the highest market prices.
0. D. Sires's & Co., Charleston,
Bookkeeping or Shorthand $35.
Combined Course, |65. Subjects
taught by Specialists. Address the
Greensboro Commercial School,
Greensboro N. C. for literature.
Southwest Georgia Farm, and peian
lands. Any sized tracts. Best coun
try in the world. Write for illus
trated booklet today. Flowers
Parker Realty Co. Thomasville,
Fine Farm Lands for sale;?Write C.
M. Simmon's, Blakeley, Ga., for
best locations and prices on ideal
farms; laige and small in Early
and joining counties; sontuwest
For Sale;?Pure Breed Pekia Ducks.
White Sherwood Chickens, Rhode
Island Reds. Plymouth Rocks
(Barred) at $4.00 for trio of eith
er. Address Mrs Mary E. Little
john. Jonesville, S. C.
Pillows Free?Mail us $10.0? for 30
pound Feather Bed and receive C
poiind pair Pillows, freight pre
paid. New feathers, best ticking,
satisfaction guaranteed. Agents
wanted. Turner & Cornwall,
Feather Dealers, Charlotte, N. C.
Eggs to Set from my beautiful Rhode
Island Reds. 15 for $2.00, have
some cheaper. Chicks, 25c each.
Orders received now for future de
livery. Address W. W. .Movie,
Charlotte, N. C. 11-10-3
Wanted?Men to take thirty day's
practical course in our machine
shops and learn automobile busi
ness. Positions secured graduates.
$25 per week and up. Charlotte
Auto School, Charlotte, N. C.
Hardwood Ix>gs and Lumber wanted. I
We are cash buyers of poplar, Ash,}
Cypress and Gum Lumber. Also
want Poplar, Hickory, Cedar and
Walnut Logs. Inspection at your
point. Write for prices. Savan
nah Valley Lumber Company, Au
Complete Course in Automobile con
struction driving, repairing. Grad
uates assisted in getting employ
ment. Best equipped auto school
in South. Graduates getting $15
to $40 weekly. Write for partic
ulars. Automobile School, 108
110 Liberty St., Savannah, Ga.
LIST OF AWARDS.
(Continued from fourth page.)
White pair?R. N. Owen.
White or black pair?George M?l
ler, D. 0. Herbert.
Silver?Rev. A. C. Walker.
Plain white?L. A. Carson.
Any variety, pen?J .P. Doyle.
Any variety, pain?J. P. Doyle
Pen?George W. Dukes and sec
Pair?J. W. Riley.
White?L. A. Carson.
White pen?J. N. Byrd.
Buff pair?T. J. Jackson.
Buff chicks pen?W. H. Dukes.
Rhode Island Reds.
Pen?Mrs. J. W. Sotkes.
Pair?iMirs. J. W. Stokes, and W.
Bronze pair?J. C. Shuler.
White pair?L. A. Carson, W. R.
' Bourdon Red?Fred Wolfe.
Common or mixed pair?W. B.
Pekin pair?H. L. Geizer, J. L.
Muscovy pair?T. J. Jackson.
Indian runner pair?Mrs. J. W.
Stokes, Fred Wolfe.
Indian Runner pen?W. H. Duk
es, and second.
Touloose pair?Dr. M. L. Sifly.
Common or mixed pair?J. R. Fog
le, W. B. Fogle.
Guinea Fowl?Dr. M. L. Sifly.
Pigeons?Dr. M. L. Sifly.
White doves?Dr. M. L. Sifly.
Pea fowls?Dr. M. L. Sifly.
Manufactures and Mechanical Dept.
T. J. Jackson, Superintendent.
Best two horse wagon?Von Osben
Timber cart?Orangeburg Repair
One shaft wagon?Von Oshen and
Horse and Mule Department.
Messrs. H. C. Panulling and J. R.
? Conner, Superintendents.
Two year old stallion?F. W.
Frederick, D. W. Jeffcoat.
Three year old stallion?Jake O.
Mule colt?J. Q. Shuler, T. L. Shu
(Mule colt one year old?J. 0. Shu
ler', J. O. Shuler.'1
Horse colt?E. E. Hughes.
Horse colt one year old?J. H. Ty
ler, J. 0. Shuler.
Mare colt?J. 0. Shuler.
Mule colt two'years old?T. L.
Connor first and second.
Horse colt two ye?rs old?J. O.
Shuler first and second.
Mare colt two years old?J. O.
Brood mare and colt?E. E.
Hughes, J. 0. Shuler.
Brood mare and mule colt?T. L.
Connor, J. 8. Connor.
Jack?T. L. Connor.
Jack and three of his jet?T. L.
Stallion and three of his get?J.
Single harness horse?R. F. Wil
liams, W. M. Williams.
Single harness mare?A. F. Carter,
J W. Hart.
Pair horses?R. F. Williams.
Pair mares?J. Chartrand, Julian
Saddle horse?J. F. Bozard.
Saddle mare?.7. 0. Shuler.
Saddle pony by hoy or girl?Ma>
Driving by ladies?W. M. Wil
Iians, R. F. Williams.
Road horse or mare, speed and ac
tion?A. F. Carter, R. F. Williams.
Driving by lady, accompanied by
gentleman?W. :.\r. Williams, R. F.
Single harness horse?George
Single harness mare?T. A. Scar
borough, Julian Tyler.
Single harness stallion?J. 0. Shu
Pair mares?W. S. Lee.
Driving by ladies?J. W. Hart.
Pair, one each sex?J. F. Bozard.
Pair harness mules?Canada Page
Needle and Fancy Work Department.
Mrs. W. F. Fairey, Superintendent.
The children who took first prizes
in this department were: Lewis
Williams, Blossom Dukes, Annie r.
Salley, Elizabeth Salley, Dolores Bol
izer. and Edith O'Cain.
The following ladies took one or
more blue ribbons:
Mesdames T. R. McCauts, W. S.
Canthen, .1. K. Kittrell, J. R. West,
B. M. Foreman, L, M. Smoak, Miss
Nettie Wannainaker, N. W. Werts,
M. G. Salley, j. p. Bruner, T. T.
Avers. N. J. Phillips, A. F. Darby, J.
D. S. Fairey, Georgia Culler, Miss
Lurline Bannister. 0. B. Rosenger,
O. F. Ott, Miss iM'ary Bozurd. Miss
Philips, F. R. Simpson, W. F. Fairey, '.
L. C. Shecut, Emily Etheridge, Miss !
Ethel Mack, S. Dibble. Miss Carrie 1).
Moss, T. E. Rriggnian. Bert Kahm
weile, J. T. Bell. J. P. Doyle, Miss
Mazie Slater, J. W. Horger, J. B.
Smoak, P. Rich, Miss Edna O'Cain, .
Miss A. S. Jennings. J. W. Smoak, A.
L. Jennings, J. H. Pearson, F. D. '
Bates, F. S. Dibble. D. 0. Herbert,
0. A. Rickenbaker, J. V. Dodenhoff, i
The Arcade Department Store
232 and 234 King Street and 203 Meeting Street, Charleston, S. C.
Special showing of new Fall and Winter
Suits, Cloaks, Dresses, Shoes and Millin
ery for Ladies, Misses and Children.
Everything nobby and up-to-date in Dress
Goods, Silks and Trimmings. New line
of Floor Coverings; new Blankets and
Comforts; new Shades, new Sweaters for
Men, Women and Children; Gents' Fur
nishings; oWolen Underwear for Men,
Women and Children.
Our Prices Are the Lowest in S. Carolina
The Largest Wholesale and Retail Mail Order ljoii*e 111 <\ke Spulh
5tPJ7/^f A ? We are members of the Charleston Refund Asso
I-flVslrTLj ciation, and will pay your railroad fare to Charles
ton if you shop here. In addition we guarantee you better values and
greater varieties to chose from than- you will find outside of the Great
Write for our Fall and Winler catalogue
It contains pages of rare bargains.
Louis Cohen & Co.
TEACHERS WILL MEET.
At Oron^ebyrg Court House Satur
day, Nov. 25.
The next meeting of the Orange
burg County Teachers' Association
will be held on the fourth Saturday
of this' month, Nov. 25th, in the
Court House in Orangeburg, at 11:30
o'clock. All teachers of the county
are requested to be present. These
meetings are both enjoyable and in
The following subjects will be dis
cussed at this meeting:
"The Teacher and the Patron?Re
ciprocal Relationship." Mr. C. J.
Miss Bessie Jones (paper) "What
Reward is the Teacher's?"
"Who is Faithful to Attend the
Association?" Supt. L. W. Livings
Mr. J. J. Koon.
l.M'iss Jessie Lukes (paper).
Captain M. C. Raysor.
Captain M. C. Raysor, of the Tir
teenth United States Ca.vairy, sta
tioned at Fort Riley, Kansas, de
lighed his many friends in Orange
burg by paying a visit to his old
home. Captain Raysor has made a
splendid record in the army, and in
time he will wear the shoulder straps
of a general. Captain Raysor is a
horn military leader, which, with his
genial, pleasant address, accounts
for his high standing in army cir
cles. It is ne'edless to say that. Cap
tain Raysor found a warm welcome
among his friends in this city.
Notice to iihlic.
The public is hereby notified that
the bridge over the Four iMile Branch
f>ii the Ninety-Six Road, near Cap
tain X. X. Hayden's house will he
impassable on Monday and Tuesday,
until ten o'clock, November 20th and
21st, on account of repairs being
made on said bridge.
F. .1. I). Felder.
Orangeburg, S. ('., Nov. IT, 1911.
Missi-s Evelyn and Mary Diggs, of
Rockingham, X. C, and Miss Belle
Hood, of Chester, an- on a visit to
Miss Bessie Thompson. They were
rhe guests of honor at a reception
given by Miss Thompson yesterday
Miss Lucy Stokes, Miss Fannie nib
ble. In several instances the above
took first prizes on several entries.
The following ladies took reil rib
Mesdames G. Culler, A. H. Darby,
Miss Flnrrie Dibble, .1. H. Pearson,
F. S. Dibble. L. F. Williams, D. ().
Herbert, Miss Fannie Dibble, .1. B.
Doyle, Miss Adeline Kohn, A. C.
Watson. W. \V. Watson. T. It. Kohn,
Miss Lily Howe. F. I). Bates, M. It.
Stroman, L. C. Booser, J. A. Fogle,
0. F. Ott, Miss Mary Bozard. Miss
Blanche Pearson, W. B. Fo^le, W. L.
Khney, K. F. Funchess. CJ ('. Bolen.
G. J. Fogle. Miss M. A. Butler, M.
The fancy work department ex
cited much favorable comment. It
being said to beat the State's Fair,
similar exhibit. , I
TWO HEARTS NOW BEAT AS ONE.
Mr. W. D. Btrry and Miss O. L Ram
dale Happily Married.
The Presbyterian Church was the
scene of a very pretty wedding at
seven o'clock on Wednesday even
ing, when Mr. Walter D. Berry was
happily married to Miss Otis Lucile
Ransdale, in the presence of a large
company of friends and relatives.'
The marriage was solemized by the
Rev. J. L. McLees, pastor of the Pres
byterian church, and the ring cere
mony was" used.
The church was prettily decqrated,
the color scheme being green and
white, Southern smilax and white
roses on a background of white, with
potted plants being used to great ad
vantage. At the foot of each aisle
was an anch formed of roses and
smilax, while in the center of the
chance) was a larger arch under
which the bride and groom stood dur
ing the ceremony. Suspended from
the center of the large arch was a
Promptly at the appointed hour,
the wedding party arrived at the
church, and to the strains of the wed
ding march, rendertd by Miss Leila
Marchant, Messrs Theo Wolfe, J. I.
McMichael, J. B. McMichael and Rus
sell Wolfe. Just preceding the wed
ding march, a very beautiful solo by
Miss Simsie McMichael, entitled "Be
cause" was rendered.
First can!e the ushers: Mr. C. A.
llowell on the left, and Mr. C. C. Ber
ry on I lie right. Following on the
right, came the maid of honor, Miss
Mar'e Ransdale, sister of the bride.
On tlie left came the dame of honor,
Mrs. C. C. Berry. On the right then
came the little flower girl. Miss Eliz
abeth Crady. On the left, the dain
ty little bearer; Miss Eucebia Doyle.
Then entering on the left, leaning on
th,' arm of her father, came the
bride, while on the opposite side en
tered the groom with his best man,
Dr. A. Ca I ho u n Doyle.
The ushers crossed at the front
and stood at eiiher hide of the center
arch, as did the maid and dame of
honor. After the ceremony, the
bride and groom loft the churgft
through the left aisle, followed by
ili<> bridal party.
The bride was very pretty in a
iraveling suit of tan with brown trim-'
mings, with hat and accessories to
natch. She carried a shower bouquet
of Bride's Roses.
The maid of honor wore a hand
some blue messallne with black hat
und carried white? chrysanthemums.
The dame of honor was gowned in
:i white marquisette, with a combina
tion white and blnck hat, and carried
'I'll.; bride is (he eldest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Lendo Ransdale of this
?ity and has a number of friends who
ivish for her much happiness in the
future. The groom is one of Orange
Iwrg's young business men and is to
Mr. and Mrs. Berry took the Sou
hern Wednesday evening for Savan
lah, Jacksonville and other points
South. They will return shortly to
nake their home in this city.
We are prepared! to 3
lend money upon good 3
o security, such as tarra' ?
| lands, city lob, etc., in 2
any reasonable amount 2
i required. a
The loans may be ri^
paid in instalments or
otherwise, just as de
sired. The rate of in
<> sirea. rne i die oi ui~ o
terest will run from six
to eight per cent , ac
cording to the location
of tSe property and the
rj I margin of security.
i: Wolfe & -Berry,
Orangeburg, S. C. ^
To The Public:
Holloway & Baxter have
opened an up-to-d?te Barber
shop in the Barten Building.
Hair Cut - - .25
Shampoo - - .25
Massage - - .25
Scalp Massage ? - .25
Shave - - - .10
All Tonics - - .10
Regular customers are fur
nished with private mugs free
of charge. Satisfaction guar
Holloway & Baxter
The happy couple were the recipi
ents of a number of beautiful and
That Buick Motor.
Among the exhibits at the County
Fair was shown a Buick car in which
the motor was kept running all day
for three days. Not only was this
motor the quietest one ever shown
here, but the cooling was so perfect
that at any time a person could put
his hand on the cylinders. That was
a regular stock car and any new
Buick will work the same under the
same! conditions. L. Bennett & Co.
are the distributors for these cars in