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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 18 October 1910

BOlfS CORN CLUB : - C3?KTIFIC AT?S OF MERIT FOK :| THE BOY FARMERS. Some interesting Information in Re gard to. the Corn Contest' of the j Boys. The'1 Orangeburg County Boys* >\Com ^Contest . Fair, which will be "leid in the Courthouse tomorrow '-will be an interesting event in the fhist?ry of this city as. well as this -county. Tho Chamber of Commerce ?of this city has taken great interest ; in this fair and has enlarged it into a farmers' fair also, and will give iprizes to the farmers. : ?JThe boys' corn contest club of this county numbers over 100 members iind the yields reported are magni ficent and the displays tomorrow will show what Oraugeburg county boys -can do alonw agricultural linen. . . I Farmers of this and neighboring counties have been invited by the ?chamber of commerce to exhibit their corn and other agricultural products been received to the ecect that sev jhere tomorrow, and reports have eral counties will have farmers' ex hibits and that great interest is be...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 20 October 1910

CUBA HIT HARD Ik IsW Safered Creates! Material Daaafe a History. ? A STORM PLAYS HAVOC ? ??? Many People Have Been Killed In the Interior Region, and It Is Be-; Sieved That Many People Have . Been Victims of the Terrific Storm That Swept the Island . A dispatch from Havana says the island of Cuba has probably sustain ed the greatest material disaster in her history in the practically contin uous cyclone which began with light rains on Thursday morning, develop jjj ed inio trrental- floods and. devasta ting hurricanes until Monday after noon. The western half of the is land suffered more severely than the <?ast. The first cyclone of which there ?was some warning had hardly abated . oh Sunday night, when suddenly the cyclone blasts swept over Maianzas, Pinar del Rio and Habana provinces, .'completing the destruction wrough-. '3>y the first storm. At nine o'clock I Monday night the rain was still fall ing in frequent heavy gusts, but the Nvind had abated considerably and the 6ea ...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 20 October 1910

9&e Wm mtl ?tmmt Establfciied in 1869. 40_.'..No. 120 ? i i " -StafiUshed Tfare* Times a Week, ' Soeaday, Thursday - and- j Saturday. < Satered as liecond-clasa matter Sao* ?, 1909, at the postbfflce at Or ?Bgebarg, S. C ander the Act of 23oagress- of March, 1879. lu. Ik Sims, Editor and Proprietor. 5?. War Sinn?, - Associate. Editor. Subscription Bates* 3ttt> lear :._......-. .81.50 Star Months. .75 g&aroe Months.? -40 Bemittances uhonld be made by afceck, money order, registered let ton, or express orders, payable to S2j? Times and Democrat, Orange tag, 6. O. The Augusta Chronicle says Ted has degenerated into a cheap politician. Was he ever any thing ?lse? The man who can speak eloquent ly can please a large number of peo ple, but he who is a'good listener -can even please more. The suspicious man never has any real comfort, for he is either sus pecting nril of others or else cred its others with thinking evil of him. No person is responsible for more good than is w...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 20 October 1910

THE BOSS ROSS. -o-_ ? V Advance Copy of a Speech to Be Delivered at Possunibottomie. Fellow citizens: I have just learn ed that: There was a crooked mam, Who walked a crooked mile; And found a crooked six-pence Upon a crooked stile. . He bought a crooked cat, Which caught a crooked mouse, And they all- lived together In a little- crooked house. Now, my friends, that sort of thing has gdt to stop. And I'm the one to stop it. The morals of this country must be preserved?and I shall preserve them ? even at the sacrifice of my own, I shall an nihilate every crook personally. That's the' kind of thing the fossil ized supreme court permits?not to say encourages. But never mind the supreme court. I'll attend to that. I promise you I'll have its justices all property eabelled and stowed away in glass cases in the Smithson ian institution the first day I am in power. And I shall be in power. Now, to sketch hastily my program for your guidance. I purpose to re form the universe as follows: 1....

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 20 October 1910

1 NEWvROA?S WANTED .? \ ' i _ ? .' '?ETITIOX& FOR THEM ARE FIX. ED. FROM ALL SECTIONS. ' ?.'?'?' ' " ft' ' , < >? . ' H?he County Commissioners Will Do .v What'.They Can to Meet the De ?V?mantis of the People. 'i"That the people of this county $#ant roads and plenty of them is ev idenced by the numerous petitions ^yhich are presented at each quar ?fterly meeting of the Orangeburg {County- board of commissioners, ask ing1 that new roads be opened or that present neighborhood reads be made public highways. The boara .takes a liberal view of such peti tions and in almost every''instance 'gives ? its approval to tue requests imade. The only trouble is that so ?many petitions come in that the -work cau not all be done at once, aifd many requests have to wait a. *ldng'time after being approved be ?fore any actual work can be done. ? ' ?The following petitions were filed with the board at its recent session. ?Vnew road from the Rowesville road, near ,the line between Orange and N...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 22 October 1910

P?BIilSHED THREE TI3 AWF?LO?f?E Hack Brat? C?ualiy Assaalb t W?ic Laiy in Celoidbia. TBE FIEND WAS CAD69T And Wae Taken to the Penitentiary, After Being Identified by His Vic -iim. Vi bo is Seriously HI From the "Terrible Ordeal Through Which She Passed. The Record says what was perbapa ? the most revolting of all crimes that have ever been committed in Colum bia criminal annuls occurred Tues day afternoon In the northwestern .sectiqn, of the city. A negro,, armed with a pistol,'compelled the-wife of a well-known paper hanger and paint er to yield to his fiendish designs. The lady was in a precarious condi tion Tuesday night, , but Wednesday .morning her condition was reported to be somewhat improved. No one ?hut her husband and an intimate ?friend are allowed to 'be at her side, tby the! advice of the attending physi cian. "She is completely prostrated. The home of the husband and wife is. on Uncoln street between Elm Wood avenue and Lumber streets. In the family besides the husban...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 22 October 1910

9fe WammA ?mm& Established to 1869. ' ?M. 4?. No. ISO tyrtitalwia, litre* Times a Week, ?SPwagay, Thnrsday. and Saturday. ?<??M(Nl gecfHUtelas* matter ?as^te, 100?, o? the gosiofflce at Or emfjBbarg,*' 8. GL, aider the Act of Pwj^wp ol March,""1879. r* ' '~BlM. ? ) ' ? ? 9us. Ii. Sims, Editor and Proprietor. 9m. IaOar Sims, - Associate Editor. Subscription Bated. Sa* Tear. ?2a Months-i. fi&se?, Months . .... ? ? ' - " ? ? Remittances should be made by dbsck, money order, registered let tea, or express orders, payable to Che Times' sad Democrat, Orange, tars, & C We will not hear the last of Well man and his faiure to go to Eu rope by balloon in the hett six months, Walter i6 a huge humbug. ' it would "be no more sin to kill Ed Bird, now in the penitentiary at Columbia, if he is really guilty of the awful crime with which he is charg . ed, than it would be to kill a rat tlesnake. The Columbia State, with "its characteristic enterprise and push ?published the details of...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 22 October 1910

Circuit Court Sale. State of South Carolina, Coun:> of Orangeborg.?In Coramou?l?Jess. Jefferson D Bowman, etc., Plaintiff, against William Corley, et al., De fendants. By virtue of the judgment in the above stated case, I will sell at pub lic auction, at Orarigeburg Court House, during the le?al hours for sales, on the first Monday in Nov ember. 1910, being the seventh day of said month, the following de scribed teal estate: ALL THAT CERTAIN PIECE, PARCEL OR TRACT OF LAND, sit uate, lying and being in Orange Township, said County of Orange burg, State aforesaid, cotaining nine acres, more or less, bounded by lands of Govan Sanders, .formerly of Ir vine Aiken^ by lands of Charles Cor ley, by lands of the estate of T. ti. Hoffman and by lands of Wm. Cor ? ley, next below described. Being same- land conveyed to William Cor ey by Mary Ann?Corley, Charles Cor ley, et al., by their deed dated May | 20, 1905. ALL THAT CERTAIN OTHER PIECE, PARCEL OR TRACT OF LAND, situate, lying and bein...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 22 October 1910

CORN CLD8 FAIR ^^OSTPOXEli' TO "WEDNESDAY ON . ACCOUNT OF RAIN. ?. < '. ? "Names of Those Who Contributed ?7 ' Funds for Cash Prizes and Articles . j for Other .Prizes. , . On account of a steady down pour l>? rain nearly all day on last Wed nesday the Corn Club Fair had to be postponed! So next Wednesday will be "corn day" in Orangeburg, and as the Orangeburg correspondent of ?The News and Courier says, for a time-at. l^'ast, the minds of many far cnero of this county, heralded as the banner! cotton county of .he State. yri? turn, from the fleecy staple to .that long, long neglected, but equal ly valuable and staple agricultural produ ct, corn, which seems now to be coming into its own. -Next Wednesday will be held the first Corn Fair in this County, at the ' <"jo?r"i House, and there will be on exhibition many varieties of ? the ' grain, entered in competition for a number of prizes offered by the busi ness men of .this city. A list of the..-prizes is printed below for bo...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 25 October 1910

PUBLISHED THREE TO) Jr.. ' i'~ ? ?*? ? '?' )':? < ?- \ . . .- . . -?? ? he Row in fee Republican Party is Get fog Warner and Warmer. WHEN ROGUES FALL OUT The Western Insurgent Republicans | Object, to Roosevelt's Great Strad. <dk?, and Rid Him Good Bye, After Pointing; Out Some of His Double j yato KSorts West and East. ?'-The/rott In the Republican party) grows-on apace to the great joy of all ?^h?.'want -to.see a' change, in affairs: "The Des Molnes News, one of the ?snost?.prominent Republican newspa-j jwrs- hi Iowa-- bids'-Teddy.' goodby.e in ?n editorial entitled "GoodbyerColo-j ~?el.** Here is What the News said: j ""It ; won't - work. ./.:'??? "The. progressive ?entiment that ? hits stirred men of all partieB In all parts- of tne'country can not be cham ped: to anyV party ? chariot. Not -by Theodore Roosevelt nor anybody 'else/'; "?*' ? ' . ? \ < ^'BooseveU is not the prophet nor ^he ^der-of ? progress. He has no monopoly on It ?:; :?*B??seV(Bit: *has bad New York st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 25 October 1910

VMbgfcbed Three Timm a Week, cfcJSaw?ay, Thursday and Saturday. Statesed as socon^dass matte? <B~?aa. Oi 1008, at the ipotrtofflce at Or -?fAng, S. Cm andeif the Act of CeaycsH of March, 1870. ^ ' Qua?>?W?MflWW*?MMWMWIIIJH I Ml 11 M ' Sbs. Zj. i Sims, Editor and Proprietor. Baa. Ma? Sims, - Associate Editor. Subscription; Rates. ; Tear.81.50 ?X Months.76 Obzae Months.40 Benilttnncea ahould be made by iiianrt'. money order, registered let ters, or express orders, payable to Xbe Times aad Democrat, Orange* ?ajjfg, 8. C If the politicians and their organs could succeed in abolishing free speech and the liberty of the press they could do anything they please. The Democracy of The Times and Democrat needs no defence. We defy pur enemies to produce one line from its columns that does not ring -true to Democracy. If the .thirty-seven Southern Dem ocrats who voted to tax lumber had , voted against taxing lumber, it would aow be on the free list, and the win ding of thfe next House wou...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 25 October 1910

Township Com missioners' Report 706 E. O. Wilder, county aid, 2nd quarter. 9.00 707 <W. E. Jackson, Sr., county aid, 2nd quarter... .. 9.00 708_ J. W.. Peagler, county aid, 2nd quarter.. 9.00 j 709 J. B. Adkins. county aid, 2nd quarter......... 9.00 710 - J. S. Mimms, county aid, second quarter. 9.00 711 Robert E. Copcn, J. of P., Fees,...107.50 712 J. E. Ashe, T. C, salary and mileage.21.10 713.- J. W. Bonnett, T. C, salary and, mileage,.21.30 714 ? M. L. Breeland, T. C, calary and mileage.24.90 715" T. L; Connor, T. C, salary and mileage,. 23.90 716 - "W. A. Dantzler, T. C. salary and mieage.. .. .. 23.20 717 I. J. Dukes, T. C., salary and mileage,..21.40 718 J. J. Douglass, T. C...salary and mileage.22.50 710 T.-E. Early, T.C, salary and mileage,.20.40 720 T. B. Fairey, T. C, salary and mileage,...22.00 721 H. W Fickling, T. C, salary and mileage,. . .. . . 22.00 722 W. M. Funches, T. C, salary andi mileage. 20.90 723 N. N. Hayden, Jr., T. C, salary.and mileage,.. .. 20.50 724...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 25 October 1910

THE BOYS CORN FAIR WlhL BE HELD TOMORROW RAIN ?it ? ..... ,\j . OR SHINE., -- |t Will Be an Interesting Occasion *j ?nd all Are Invited to Come and i{ ? Enjoy the Day. .' The County Corn Fair at Oran^e j jburg will be held on Wednesday, rain ? on- shine. Come, boys, farmers, trus "ftees, all, and bring your exhibit and ' the folks. We. are anxious for you to see what the county can do in the ;way of-growing corn and other ag ricultural products. About three hundred dollars in prizes has been donated by the pub lic spirited citizens of this city, 10 ?a?ke this our first Corn Fair a suc ?i icess: ?> :tBesides the ten prizes ranging in lvalue from $5 to $35 each, donated >4o. the boys of the Corn Club, the ?business men of the city have also given the following prizes to the farmers who bring exhibits to this Fair and wiu: * Prizes Offered. , .The following prizes .have b'sen of- j .'??ered for-these.exhibits: .... Class A. ; :'u?or best general exhibit of corn. ? .First?Ten doll...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 27 October 1910

THE J1GB UP 1dm Leaving ine RepaMkia Party Like Eats Froa {Haling Skip. LEADERS ARE WORRIED jThey Shiver When Colonel Roosevelt Talks Notwithstanding the Fact r. ,iV ... :ir ... ? ?; ' - ? .. . ? That He Was Once Considered the Moses Who Would Lift the Party From the Political Quagmire. If the efforts of the League of Re publican State Clubs, with headquar ters in Washington, to stop the Dem ocratic stampede ts any indication oi the coming handnlide, then the de luge to get close to the home of che ? Jorig-eared.-.donkey. w|U closely re ferable the situation when Roosevelt carried the country by storm in 1904. Democrats who have fought val . iently for six years to once again get -within hailing distance of the White House see their fondest hopes about to be realized, while, on the other band, the Republicans are in a blue . funk, and are all but ready to quit, if they lose control of the national House of Represehtaitives in the elec tions of next month they will be ready, many of ...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 27 October 1910

.Vkm <? i . Established fin 1809. 'Vol. 40.No. 120 t??? ? ' j iPcfrlfehed Three Times a Week, Uhcead&y, Thursday and Saturday. Setered as Becoud-cLass matter &sa. 0, 1909. at the poatoffice at Or (SE?ebarg, 8. O., -ander the* Act of iOoagress of March, 1879. 0U. It. Sims, '-Editor and Proprietor. .-&M. Izlar Sims, - Associate Editor. Subscription Bates. :9mm Tear.$1.50 Wbt Months. .75 Months.40 Remittances should be made by rfbeck, money order, registered let taa; or express orders, payable to de Times and Democrat, Orange s. c. 2t eeems to be the general opinion that New York Republicans are suf fering from an overdose of Roose veltism. The Newberry Observer seems to he'an admirer of Teddy Roosevelt, ?verybody to their liking, as the old -woman said when she kissed the ?cow. What a picnic the trusts and Wall JBtreet would have if Root ?s made Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. Be is said to be Roosevelt's choice *or the place. The Times ^and' Democrat proposes <t...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 27 October 1910

Circuit Court Sale. State of South Carolina,. Couny of Orangeburg.?In Comm >a Pleas. Bank of North, Plaintiff, against Wil liam Hook, et al., Defendants. By virtue of the judgment in the above stated case, I will sell at puo-, lie auction, at Orangeburg Court House, during the legal hours for! sales, on the first Monday in Ncr em.be.*, 1 ir". 0, oefr g the seyfcntb day of said month, the following de^ scribed real estate: ALL THAT CERTAIN PIECE, PARCEL OR TRACT OF LAND, sit uate, lying and btsing in? Orangeburg County, in the State aforesaid, con taining seventy-three. (73) acres, more or less, and bounded by lands of E. L. Culler, j. H. Price. W. R. Rumff, L. B. Wolfe and Mrs. G. A. Quattlobaurn. TERMS?Cash, the purchaser or purchasers to pay for all' papers and all taxes failing due after the day of sale, aha in ?;co the pu?*'jbaser or purchasers fail to comply w*-.a the terms of sale, said premises will be resold on the same or some sub sequent salesday on the same terms and, ...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 27 October 1910

KS-?:- ? ? I; Alfflra C?F THE EXHIBITORS AN? "i THIS PRIZE WINKSBS. >$'Rt... : * - ? .. ffizyfk Large Crowd Was Present and *p \ the Fair. Was< a.- Compete Suc iMf'A { cess. Wfc* ? ; ... . ?. ? :?' t, iVccKr" The Orangeburg * Corn Fair held ?-?< 8*esterdajr at the- Court House was "'?" ?i big success and largely attended. ?'-^l?lthough the fair was to be. held , ".'jlast Wednesday but owing to bad ... I feather was postponed. Neverthe Sess the Fair could not have been t 1 jbetter attended or same Interest ; shown than was displayed here yes ^.^erday. Boys, farmers, trustees, ...;?ttahooi teachers were present and $it was shown beyond no doubt what v "Orangeburg county; could do in the -way of growing com and other ag ?"fvriou4tural products. )?*?''? The Chamber of -Commerce, the ' merchants and business , men of this '??city spared no efforts to make this > H fair a red letter day for Orangeburg ?"'by contributing their encouragement '-and money in the matter 'of prizes....

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 29 October 1910

.Vf^S Bailey Jr 15 Aug 10 ?? ' ? lEtajaJJauBa PUBLISHED THREE TD NEGRO OUSTED Ari-rl?j White SepoWicaa Party Or* gaiiized in the StaJe. .Republican Office Holders Conspicu ous by Their Absence.?Blalock Wcs Elected State. Chairman: and ?Oomrnitteemen Were Named from Each Congressional District. A new Republican party was or ganized in South Carolina on Thurs day. Eliminating the negro entirely and asking nothing of the Pederai office-holders, none of whom was present ax the Convention, about 113 of those who believe in the- Repub lican doctrines met at noon in the 'Columbia* Theatre,-in ?Columbia,- and inaugurated a branch of the nation al organization for this State, which the leaders'think will be fruitful of much good. The organization meeting was.held lander the exclusive direction-of John G. Capers, national committee man Srom this State, and a well known figure in Republican politics. The convention was pulled off without a hitch for everything had been pre-i pared by Mr. Caper...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 29 October 1910

WM* ffimwrnA ?m*mk Established in 186?. ^ |i ?pNLtt.miSQ ' ? ,i ? k; -^Mibbe? Three Times a Week, . <'^Sa^b?r^!naarBd?y - -aad -Satorday. . . ffiatered - as' secocd-class :-;,mjftffiilL'fl Otviaaeif^the Act ov ?? rSHjqpa? d March,. ; iv' ^:cpp, lain Sims, ? Associate Editor. Subscription Bates. 'Sv'Xcv....91^0 --4B* Heaths.. .75 ll^liiiij Months ..... c........ .40 _ - ?_ . IRemittances, should : bej made by ? ? ? Aock, money order, registered let . iarOt or express orders, payable to m& Times and Democrat, Orange -?iarfc-Si: G., ; yTte Georgetown Times says the -????smen-for Avant, the murderer of Jlrs^Bighain on Mnrrell's.lnlet spme 3toxtthe ago*, paid up recently. Won (4er if Ringham's bondsmen has pai d i .Teddy, declares . that -"he'll scrap ^oirWe-seekers ,/and reachl. for the \pohJt- of their, jaws.;*, Fire,Alarm 3PoraSc?r Has accepted Teddy's ctial 1 Sense by denouncing his new nation alism; aft)treason.:Now.let Teddy pun ?oS his; coat fijud reach for the point at For...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 29 October 1910

Circuit Co?rf"*SaIe, State of South Carolina? ??uh>i of ; Orangeburg.-?In ;ComnW pt?ug. Jefferson D Bowman,, etc., Plaintiff, .against Williami^rley, et^al^ f>? -&n4ants. j- vP.;^ ~^kj$r*Wr By virtue o&th^ above etated^c^^ wJ?. s?k^:jiw^; Uc auction,^ at;;,^ House, duringjjjte legal;j.b4\uw,:Jor sales, on th?-frrsi? Kondky;*b^iNoKr ember. 1910,' .being; the seventh day of said month; the 'following f dc --ceribed. read? estate:^ W - \. : ALL THAT - -CiSRTAIN ?' PI.2CE, ; PARCEL OR; TRA^QPpLA^^sit . j uate, lying ^and.. . being; \ in {;Orange Township, said Ceunty.' of" 'Onnge ^burg. State aforesaid, cotaining nine a, more or less, bounded by Lands >f Govan Sanders,' ,formerly, ot Ir le Alien; by, lands of Charles Cor.- j by lands of. the-.estate of 'Q-M: >fftnan and;by.landaxbf Wm. Gpr next below.; described. Lelng, same land conveyed to .William Cor ey by Mary Ann Corley; Charlea Cor iey, et al., by their deed dated, May SO, 1905. X j m ALL TH^T CERTAIN OTHER PI...

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