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Ftvo Phyalelana fc?d done thefr beatto core Jbobs WUces, of Dittos*,
fi. C_ who had one of the most terrlbla cases of RHEUMATISM M
record. Tber ell foiled uotll oca dociar Brescrlbatf
IT CURED HELPLESS CRIPPLE.
Mr. Wllket wrltea In the courae of a lone letter, dated Auguat 18.1902:
"My legi were drawn back nntll my fee: touched my hipi. 1 wai ai helpleaa ei a baby
far nearly 12 monthi. The muiclci of my arrai and legi were hard and thrlveled up. I
?offered deitb many timea orer. Wai treated by alz different phyiiciana in McColl.OllloD
and Marior.. but none of them could dome any good, until T)t. J. P. Ewing, of Dillon, told
ate to try your RHEUMAC1DB. I began to take it, and before the flr? bottle wu ?lad ap
I began to get better. I u?cd 51 bottlet and waa completely cured."
Dr. J. P. Eving confirm] Mr. Wilkei' atatement In every particular.
THZK TRIAL BOTTLC o C NT ON APPLICATION TO
BOBBlTT CHEMICAL CO., PROPRIETORS. BALTIMORE, MD
The Erect Form Always Fits.
The old way was just one model into which every wearer had to
force herself. The W. B. Way is a distinct model expressly created
for each different build of woman. We illustrate here Three of our
newest creations, which will be fountl on sale in the establishments
of every retailer throughout the land. They are the authoritative
corsets for Spring and will produce the proper figure for the season's
Erect Form 924, Medium.
Low bust?long in frarft?cut
away sharply between /nip and
front. In Sterling cloth, and
white Batiste, sizes 18 to 2(1.
Erect Form 926, Average.
Made with very short hip and
with considerable length over
abdomen. In sterling-cloth, and
White Batiste. Sizes, IS to 24.
Erect Form 917.
Erect form 917 (average). Made
with slight fan shape, with the
extended hip effect, preventing
any ridges. In white cloth.
Sizes, 18 to 2G. SI.00.
Erect Form 936.
A Fan front Corset for $1.00.
The first thoroughly durable
corset at a popular price for
women of full development.
Low busted?long over abdo
men and hips made with a close
ly stitched fan front to restrain
abdominal corpulence. Made of
Sterling cloth and white Baliste.
Sizes, 19 to ?C. $1.00
No. 157?The new Tape Corset, made of extra strong wide tape so
fashioned as to produae a most comfortable corset. 2s*o steels what
ever. A regular summer corset. Special 50 cents.
Why Not Take a Trip This Winter
Through Florida to Cuba?
This beautiful State and Island lias been brought
within easy reach by the splendid through train ser
. vice of the
ATLANTIC COAST LINE,
the great thoroughfare to the Tropics. vVinter Tour
ist Tickets are now on sale to all points in Florida and
to Havana. For rates, schedules, maps, sleeping car
and steamship accommodations, write to
W. J. CRAIG,
General Passenger Agent, Wilmington, N. C.
"What to Say in Spanish and How to Say It" sent to
any address upon recent of a two-cent stamp.
Everybody Should Head This.
We sell the best goods for the least money that tiiey enn legitimately be sohl 11L II
you need anything in the machinery supply line write us for prices. Just receiving tw<
car loads of pipe and car load of iron. Cheapest place in t? i" imy pipe and iron.
G. 1GUIGNAED, Pres. COLUMBIA SUPPLY 00,, C, AUdnson, Sec and Treas.
Death of a Young Man.
The Kingstree Mail says: "Our
town was shocked and grieved Mon
day morning to hear that David Sni
der was dt ad. It was known that, he
was sick, but very few knew that he
was so desperately ill until the sad
tidings of his untimely death were
heard on the streets. Mr. Snider was
the youngest son of Dr. and Mrs. A.
M. Snider and was just nearlng his
majority, being about twenty years
old. He was a very quiet and retir
ing young man and was well thought
of by every one and was very popular
with his companions. He was night
superintendent of the Kingstree Oil
Mill and did his duties with energy
and dispatch, giving every indication
that he would be a successful business
man. He was sick but a short time
ani died from an attack of acute
bright's disease. His death was a sad
one, and the entire town mourns with
his beareaved loved ones." This will
be sad news to the many friends of
Dr. and Mrs. Snider In this county.
The death of such a young man is a
great less to the State.
Messrs. J. G. Wannamaker Mfg., Oo.
Over fifty years ago, our firm began
selling paint throughout the South;
sales have continued uninterruptedly,
and ten times greater than any other
brand of paint.
Read the following.
"Have used the L. & M. Paint
twenty years; houses painted with it
eight years ago show hetter today than
houses painted with other paints
within two years."
A. B. Edged, Alachua, Fla.
"Have,US' d all brands of paint, L.
& M. Pure Paint stands better, und
wears longer than any other paint I
have ever used in my ten years expe
rience." H. P. Smitn, Painter
Concord, N. C.
"I painted Frankenburg Block with
L. & M. Paint; stands out as though
Actual cost was less than $1.20 per
gallon." W. B. Barr,
Charleston. W. Va.
"I painted our old homestead with
L. & M. Paint twenty-six years ago
Not painted since; looks better than
houses painted in the last four years
with other paint."
H. S. Scolield, Harris Springs, S. C.
"Used the L. & M. Paint, for sixteen
years. Painted three houses with it
fifteen years ago; they have not need
ed painting since." J E/Webb,
Hickory, N. C.
Longman & Martine/..
This celebrated paint is sold by J. G.
Wannamaker Mfg. Co., Orangeburg.
Shep Pearlst ine, St. Matthews.
For Hog Cholera.
The following remedy for hog chol
era is offered by Mr. R. S. Ligon of
Anderson who has used it with swine
and the result were good: Take one
bushel of common salt, one pound of
pulverized copperas, and mix dry.
Then put a gallon of the mixture in
five bushels of oats and soak in water
for ten hours. Then feed to the hogn.
The hogs may not eat it at "first, but
keep other food from them and they
will soon eat it and like it. This
should he fed to the bogs two or thn e
tim s a week. If they are threaten! d
with cholera and oftener if the disease
has already attacked them. . If your
hogs take the cholera give the above
re med v a trial. Hit does no good,
it will r?f?t do any harm.
Opium, Whiskey and AH Drug
Cured Without Pain at Your Home.
THE BEST Of SANATORIA*! FA
CILITIES IF DESIRED.
If you are addicted lo these habits
you think you will quit it. You wont:
you can't unaided: but you can he
cured and restored to your former
health and vigor without pain or the
loss of an hour from your business at. a
moderate cos!. The medicine builds
up your health, restores your nervous'
system to its normal condition: you I
feel like adiffcrcnt person faom t he be
ginning of treatment. LEAVING
OFF THE OPIATE AFTER THE
IT liST DOSE. You will soon be sat is- j
Bed in your own mind that you willbe
Mr. T. M. Brown, of DeQueen, Ark.,
says: "Over seven years years ago 1
was cured of opium habit by your medi
cine, and have continued in the very
best of health since."
Dr. W. M. Tunstall, of Lovinston,
Va., says: "1 am glad to say that 1
(irmly believe that 1 am entirely and
permanently cured of the Drink Habit,
as I have never even so much as want
ed a drink in any form since I took
your eradicator, now eighteen mdnths
ago. It was the best dollar I ever in
Mrs. Virginia Townsend, of Shreve
port, La., writes: "No more opium. 1
have taken no other remedy than
yours and i make no mistake when I
say that my health is hetter now than
it ever was in my life, and 1 owe it to
you and your remedy. It has been
twelve years since I was cured by your
For full particulars address. Dr. B.
M. Woolley, Ml Lowndes Blclg., At
lanta, Ga.. who will send you Iiis book
on these diseases FREE.
Office of City Clerk and Treasurer,
Orangeburg, S.C., April 1,1904.
All persons owning clogs within the
City of Orangeburg a^e hereby notified
that if the annual "bog tax" of $1.00
is not paid for the year 1!)04 within the
next 15 days, the penalty for its non
payment will he imposed, and all dogs
found running at large or otherwise,
for which the tax has not been paid,
will be impounded at the expense of
the owner who, under the ordinance
is also liable to a fine or imprisonment
for such failure to pay the tax. And
all persons doing business or intending
to engage t herein within the City of
Orangeburg, for which a license is re
quired, are notified that licenses are
now due and payable, the lime expir
ing April Tub. 1!M4.
['lease take due notice and act ac
L. H. Wannamaker,
City Clerk and Treasurer.
VIA V A
Offices, 8, t?, 10 Scoville building
Hours !? A. M. to 5 P. M.
Ladies in attendance.
Vau iUL HV.all.LL Book."
TO MAKE A TOWN GROW.
A Set of Ten Rules Whose Efficacy Is
Mr. S. A. Fishburn, secretary of
the Commercial club, of Dallas, Tex.,
has prepared a set of rules for making
a town grow. He guarantees their
efficacy. Here they are:
1. Join no organizations lookincr to
the upbuilding of your town. This
will prove an encouragement to those
who jzive their time and money to
sustain such organizations.
2. Impugn the motives of those who
join and charge them with a desire to
advertise themselves. This inspires
patriotic men to work all the harder
for the public good.
3. Pour cold water on every new
home enterprise, predict its early
failure, and contribute to that end
by patronizing its rivals in other
towns. This will encourage others
to put their money in home enter
4. When a committee calls on you
for a contribution to any good cause,
act like a sore-headed bear, and yield
up what you do give as begrudgingly
is possible. This lightens the bur
dens of the committeemen and sends
them on their way rejoicing in their
work of love.
5. When strangers visit your town
let them wander around alone and en
lighten themselves by reading the
signs and pumping the professional
loafer. They will carry away a de.,
lightful remembrance of their visit
ind advertise the town wherever they
0. "Cuss out" your public officials
(to their backs, of course) and accuse
them of everything from petty larceny
to high treason, no matter whether
you can substantiate your charges or
not. This will prove a keen incen
tive to the complete fulfillment of
their official obligations.
7. Whenever your town papers
differ in the slightest with your ideas
of public policy, declare that it has
been bought up and promptly cut off
your patronage. The editor will turn
the other ch< tk and redouble his
fforts in behalt of the town and its
. Oppose any enterprise which is
not in exact accordance with your
own ideas. Th* vill be conductive
to that spirit oi ^. jcession and unity
which is necessary to progress.
9. Give sparingly, if at all, to move
ments for the gneral good of the town
even if you are the largest property
owner in it. This will spur on to
greater exertions the public spirited
citizens your town now has and
nduce the coming of others.
10. Observe these rules closely and
there can be no doubt about the
growth of your town. It will grow
and continue to grow?up in weeds ?
until it shall ultimately become a tit
habitation alone for bats and owls.
We believe that some of our people
already understand and employ the
principles here formulated but they
are not enough to make the system
completely effective. A wider em
ployment of the rules will accomplish
something definite. Now is the time
It's the little colds t hat grow into
big colds: the big colds that end in con
sumption and death. Watch the little
colds. Dr. Wood's Norway Pine syrup.
Wait a Minute!!
Only a few minutes inspection by
those intere>ted in the purchase of a
high grade vehicle is necessary to con
vince them of the advantage in pur
chasing from me.
A car-load oi "Hock Hill" buggies
just received, representing all styles
of this progressive company's good?.
The "Wrcnn" wire wheel "Run
abouts," Surries," Phaitons," etc., are
always on hand in all styles, and the
fact that there are over ona hundred
of them in use throughout the county,
giving excellent satisfaction in every
case, is within itself significant of the
excellence of this now famous line of
work built by a Southern company.
"Columbus," "Studabaker," "Sum
mers, Barnesviilc," are all names
which speak for themselves wheie
an ideal vehicle is wanted.
It costs but little more to buy a
standard graie vehicle than the cheap
Western product, which in ev< ry case
proves unsatisfactory; so why not buy
The most complete and extensive
line of high grade work ever offered by
an Orangeburg house to the public is
now to be seen here.
The public is cordially invited to
call and inspect. L. E. RlLEY.
HAY, GRAIN, FIELD SEEDS,
Contractors will do well to
call on us when in need of
Plastering, Hair, Lime and
We call their special atten
tion to our Lime.
Fresh carload ot Puce Flour
I Orangeburg Grain Co.
Phone No. 166.
I am permanently located hero to
practice Dentistry. I am prepared to
do first-class work at a reasonable rate.
DK. I. L. KEEVES.
* ECZEMA KEPT SPREADING.
1 Six years ago my wife had a breaking-out below
her knees. At first red bumps appeared, but soon
white, husky scabs oame, and -when these -would
shed off the place became red again, and -would
itch and burn so that she found it impossible to
sleep. At times a yellow water ran from the
bumps, and it kept getting worse and worse.
Our family physioian pronounced it Eczema, and
prescribed ointments and powders, but it kept
spreading, breaking out ca her body and arms,
End almost olosed up her ears The druggist at
Garner told me to try S. S. S., which she did, and
after taking several bottles was cured, and is well
to-day and has been for years.
Gamer, N. C. W. A. HOOUTT.
The Blood Aflame witfi an Itcfiiag
H?mo* that sets the
Skin on Fine.
Eczema, the most common and terrible of all skin
troubles, begins sometimes with a slight redness of the
skin, which gradually spreads, and as the inflammation and
itching increase, the entire system is thrown iuto a restless,
feverish condition. Soon little watery blisters or
pim?les break out, from which a clear liquid or
yellow fluid is discharged, which forms thick crusts
and sores, or falls off in fine particles or scales,
leaving the skin raw and tender, or hard and dry
like parchment. Eczema attacks most frequently
the legs and arms, back and chest, face and hands,
and is a disease that comes and goes in the earlier
stages, but is a perpetual torment aud constant
annoyance when chronic. At times the itching and
stinging is so great that the sufferer, driven almost,
to distraction and tortured beyond endurance,'
scratches and rubs till the sk in is broken and bleeds;
but this only aggravates aud spreads the disease.
The humors and poisons that produce the itching eruption, roughness and redness of the
skin, must be rooted out before there is complete relief from the terrors of Eczema.
Nothing applied externally does any permanent good, for whenever the blood is overheated,
or the skin is reacting during Spring and Summer, the disease breaks out again. You
can't rely upon washes, soaps and salves, or such things as are applied to the surface, for
they do not reach the seat of the trouble, which is internal and deeply implanted in the
system; theNblood is aflame with the itching, burning humors, which are carried by the.
circulation to the surface and are being constantly forced out through the glands and pores
of the skin, and you can never heal the sores or stop the aggravating eruptions with ex
( To neutralize the acids in the blood and expel the humors and poisons is the only way!
to get permanentl}' rid of this torturing skin trouble, and no remedy known does this so
quickly and thoroughly as S. S. S. It purifies the blood and restores it to health, and the
outbreak of the poison through the skin ceases, and the sores aud eruption gradually
disappear. S. S. S. builds up the thin acid blood, makes it rich and strong, and restores
to it all the elements of nutrition, and drives from the circulation all impurities; and
under the tonic effect of S, S. S. the general system is invigorated and toned up, and you
not only get rid of your old skin trouble, but the health is benefited in every way. S. S. S.
being a strictly vegetable medicine, acts gently, leaving
no bad after-effects, as do Arsenic, Potash and other
minerals which are usually prescribed in skin diseases.
Eczema cannot be cured by anything applied to the
surface of the body; the blood must be purified and the
cause removed, and in no other way can this deep-seated
skin disease be reached. If you have Tetter, Psoriasis,
Salt Rheum, Nettle Rash, or any form of Eczema, you
will find S. S. S. does its work well and thoroughly, and relieves the itching and burning,
soreness and pain, and soon produces a lasting cure.
Write us, and medical advice or any special information desired about this King of Skin
Terrors will be given without charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA, GA.
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I Why Not Let Vi Help You
By Saving Time and Labor With One al Our Cultivators.
TSie "ACME" LINE OF HARROWS.
The TWO-HORSE "ACME" for broadcast work is perfect, crushes all clods and
makes a mellow seed bed.
The ONE-HORSE "ACME" for cultivating cotton and corn has proven a great
favorite with some of our best farmers.
The Planet Jr. Line of Cultivators.
They are adopted to the preparation for and the cultivation of any crop grown in the South.
Made of hollow and angle steel. Has high frame to prevent choking. Can be fitted
with any kind of plows and sweeps.
NEW PATENT DEPTH REGULATOR; with this you can regulate the depth of cut
while in motion. It also makes it run*steady HANDY LEVER EXPAXSH >N making the
Cultivator adjustable to any width rows.
Write us for information and prices. We can interest you.
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