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Orangeburg, S. C.
Pull may get 30a a good position,
but it geLerally takes push to hold
Whfn it comes to buying washing
machine contracts we say don't touch
The State campaign will open on
June 16 The details have not been a:
Chandler is being paid back for
once stealing electoral votes to elect a
A Massachusetts paper says the Bos
ton g rls a have legal right to wear
white stackings. Do they?
. Mrs. Jefferson Davis, who has been
extremely ill for several days in New
York, is thought to be in a fair way
High society customs don't go at
Macon, Ga. A woman has been arres
ted down there for wearing a decollete
gown on the street.
The Times and Democrat has beeu
commended on all sides for the stand
It took to the washing machine con
tract selling scheme.
I The tragic death of Mr. Geo. W,
Bickenbaker, Jr., is very sad indeed
and his family have the sympathy ol
all in their sad bereavement:
It looks from this distance as i\
Senators Tillman and Bailey, with the
assistance of former Senator Chandler
has put President Eooseveltin a deep
Some of those young San Francisco
people who married in a hurry last
week may discover after a while, that
there are worse things than earth
What ever else you may do this
summer dont fall out with your neigh
bor about politics. Remc ber that
we all can't think exactly alike on
AT LAST the worm has turned. An
Indiana husband has out talked his
wife to such a degree that she has be
come a nervous wreck and is suing for
divorce on the grounds stated.
A Montana man says be has found
out how to grow a bushel of potatoes
in a bushel of sawdust in sixty days,
and it can be done in the cellar or any
other old place. No vines, no bugs,
210 trouble and it is likely no potatoes.
Every man has a right to think
for himself, work for his own interest
and do ag number of similar selfish
things, but after all the things that
give tbe most pleasure when looking
backward is the good we have done
We commend tbe straightforward,
honest announcement of Hon Bichard
I. Manning to all candidates. They
must ail line up on one side or the
Other of the dispensary question so as
the people can vote intelligently. So
toe the mark, gentlemen.
We understand that several of the
people who were duped into buying a
washing machine contract has gone
back to ploughing and charged up the
five hundred dollars they paid for the
contract to profit and loss. Later on
there will be more who will do the
The Spartanbur* Herald says: ;iThe
dispensary question, if allowed to con
tinue the lirst issue in all things per
taining to South Carolina, will stran
gle the very life out of the common
wealth?and the institutions of the
state will w ither of neglect." Who is
responsible for bringing this question
up at every elect ion?
Among the curious things that ar
rest attention on arriving in Moscow
is the absence of whips among drivers
of cabs, carriages and all sorts of
vehicles. Thexeisa law prohibiting
their use. There is not a single whip
in use in Moscow. The excellent con
dition of the horses attest the benefit
of this humane law.
Tue pretty girls at Seaford, Del.,
felt so bad for the poor sufferers out
in San Francisco that they decided to
sell kisses at Si apiece for the banetit
fund. One rosy-cheeked, dewey-lipped
blushing maid actually brought over a
hundred dollars into the relief fund
in the space of two hours, and she said
she was not a bit tired ei her.
The editor of The Times and Dem
ocrat never touches strong drink of
any kind as a beverage, ne regards
it as one of the greatest enemies to the
buman race in the world, and it" such
a thing was possible he would like to
see its manufacture prohibited every
where, but he can't believe that the
socalled prohibition we have in some
counties in the State is the best way
to manage the demon of strong drink.
Most Toe The Mark.
Three candidates tor governor have
filed their pledges with Chairman
Jones?Cole L. Blease. John T. Sloan,
Kichard X. Manning. There will be
others to follow, as is generally believ
ed. These three are dispensary advo
cates, though Mr. Manning is the only
i one who in immediate connection with
! the formal announcement of his can
' didacy issued a platform of principles.
Mr. Manning is a man universally re
" spected because he is honest in act and
thought, and is necessarily wholly
i candid and sincere in bis public as well
' as private utterances,
i Hence his platform is clearcut, pos
; itive and unmistakable. There is no
evasion or trimming of language to
? make it available for any eircum
? stances that may arise. Id is a kind
of statement expected from Mr. Man
! ning, and in its straightfowardness it
? is of a kind that must be given or ad
' vocated by every candidate for guber
i natorial or legislative honors. The
J people will not countenance dodging
of issues, or milk and water platforms
this time. If we understand their
temper the coming primary election is
i to be in the'nature of a reforendum?
1 an expression of what they want and
will have in the way of action, partic
? ularly as to the liquor question.
They are worried with inaction and
the machinations of politiciai s in the
legislature, which have resulted in
fuilure of those measures proposed
? which would have Been of advantage
to the dispensary in not only assuring
? the honesty and effectiveness of its
, administration, but safeguarding it
against wrong and questionable prac
tices, which have been shown to exist
in some degree, and which might per
meate the whole institution in time.
Politics was at the bottom of this un
questionably, tor otherwise the oppo
? sition would have united in accom
? plishing the purpose. The people are
going to settle the whole matter for
? themselves this time, hence the strad
dler may as well keen his money and
, devote campaign time giving attention
strictly to his private business.
The above editorial from the Colum
1 bia Record hits the nail on the head.
Candidates will have to come out and
" let the people know where they stand
on the issues of the day. There need
. be no bittetness or hard feeling on the
, part of candidates or voters. While
I we honestly believe that the dispen
sary system i? the best solution of the
whiskey question, we have no word of
[ condemnation for the man who hon
? estly believes that some other way is
' the best mode of handling whiskey. It
is a mean thing it makes no difference
bow it is handled, and what we all
> should do is to try and adopt that
' mode of handling it that will be most
1 conclusive to sobriety and good o der.
? If we believed that so-called prohibi
tion, like they have in some of the
; counties, would do that better than
. the dispenasry system we would ad'vo
, cate prohibition, but we do not believe
it and hence we advocate the dispen
sary system, properly managed, as the
best means of controlling the liquor
A Nerinns Charge
We publish on the eighth page the
testimony taken in the case of E. C.
Martin, a young white man of Barn
' well Countv. who is indicted bv the
State for criminally assaulting a young
white girl of this city. It is not a
pleasant thing tor us to publish such
things, bufwe feel that it is our duty
to give the public the news it makes
no difference who it effects. The testi
mony was taken before Magistrate C.
F. Bruns' n, who heard the case in the
Courthouse last Friday in the presence
of a large crowd. Hundreds of negroes
have been lynched for committing the
very crin e that Martin is charged with
and on less convincing testimony.
Then why should this white man be
shielded and the testimony in the case
suppressed and not published in the
newsrapers? The fact that he is a
white man is no reason why he should
be treated any different from a negro
charged with the same offence. On the
contrary, the fact that he is a white
man rather aggravates the offence
that he is charged with in our eyes.
We do not s ty that he is guilty. We
simply pr-sent the testimony in the
case and let the public judge for them
selves. It is true that theeirl who
makes the charge is poor and is an
orphan and has no influential friends,
but that is no reason why the man
she charges with robbin her of that
which is dearer than life its* If should
be shielded by having the testimony
taken in the case in open court sup
pressed for his benefit. Martin him
seif, we understand, does not deny
that he took the buggy ride as charg
ed by the girl, but justifies his treat
ment of her by alleging that it was
done with her consent. Th s she de
nies, and she is just as much entitled
to belief as the man who confessed that
he violated her chastity while she was
away from her home with him The
man who i obs one of our women of hei
virtue undermines the foundation of
our civilization and should be treated
as an enemy to his race. Tnere is no
danger of Martin being punished un
less he is guilty. He has well-to-do
friends who will see to it that he is
properly represented before the courts.
He has iwo of the best lawyers at the
local bar to defend him, who will see
to it tint all the safe guards of the law
are thrown around their client. We
are glad thai h- will be ably defend
ed, because we do not want him pun
ishei unless he is guilty of the crime,
charged ag inst bim, but at the same
time we think it the duty of the news
papers to give the public the particu
; lars of the case as adduced be ore the
court, c nd the bes' way to do that is
to publish the testimony as we do Lais
Orangeburg, S. C , May 4,1906.
Proceedings of regular meeting of
Oity Council held this day. Present
Hon. Thomas 0. Doyle, Mayor, and
Aldermen Lathrop, Sain, Fairey,
Jeffords and Oliver. Absent Alder
man Salley. (sick )
Tbe report of the treasurer for tbe
month of April was read and referred
to tbe finance committee and ordered
Office of City Clerk and Treasurer,
Orangeburg. S. C, May 1,1906.
To the City Council.
Gentlemen: I respectfully submit
this report of the financial transac
tions oi my office for the month of
Balance cash city fands in
treasury April 1.8 2,324 06
Received during the month.. 3,170 54
Total.S 5,494 60
Disbursed during the month 3,477 C2
Balance to acct city funds
this date .$ 2,016 98
Balance to acot Com Pub
Works this date. 1,442 23
Total cash in treasury this
date.S 3,459 21
SOURCES OF RECEIPTS.
Comp tax.8 202 00
House rent. 8 00
Fines & forfeitures. 184 00
Licenses. 1,672 00
Dog tax.;. 40 00
I Sanitary du? s. 200 00
Dispensary profits for Men... 853 31
Coal sold. 1123
Total...8 3,170 54
Street deprt.8 234 69
Police deprt. 435 05
Executive deprt. . 159 43
Water & L fuel &c. 865 27
City property. 60
Fire deprt. 11 50
Health deprt. Ill 41
Street paving (special). 1,509 67
Land fer public grave yard
(special). 150 00
Total.8 3,477 62
Fairey & Weeks supplies for
police deprt. 55
Fairey & Weeks same street
W F Cannon Job printing.... 21 20
Wannamaker, Smoak & Co
E lamps city hall. 2 40
J W Smoak repairing Dozzle.. 1 50
Owen & Co repairs for street
deprt.'.. 6 10
Orange Cotton Mills 43 tons
coal? 3.30. 14190
Deas >fc Govan shoeing mules
PoBtmaster stamps & rent P
O box. 2 75
Orange Cotton Mills 28 tons
coal (a) 3.30. 92 40
Orangeburg Hrdw & furni- 9
ture Co supplies for city
hall. 2 70
Orange Cotton Mills 42 tons
coal @ 3. 30. 1 138 GO
Orangeburg Hrdw & Pur Co
supplies street dprt. 13 30
Heanh pay roll week ending
April 7.i GR12 00
Street pay roll week ending
Apr il 7. 44 77
R F Jennings dieting for
April. 49 75
Ayers & Williams cement. 60
Ayers & W illiams iirae. 3 35
Southern Railway Co frght
on disinfectant. 1 56
Walker, Evans & Cogswell
supplies for treasurer. 8 25
So Bell tel & tel Co service
for April.:. 2 33
J W H Dukes land for public
Gyard. 1,150 00
Po 'master p stamps. 2 00
Health piy roll week ending
April 14. 1150
Street pay roll week ending
April 14. 40 13
Orange Cotton Mills 86 tons
coal @ 3.30. 283 80
Health pav roll week ending
April 21. 1150
Street pay roll week ending
April 21. 38 26
Orange Cotton Mills 43 tons
coal @ 3.30. 141 90
J J Cain street paving. 1,509 67
Street pay roll week endiDg
April 28. 37 63.
Health pay roll week ending
April 28. 12 00
SALARIES PAID FOR APRIL
William Wade janitor city
hall. 2 50
JamesE Salley electrician.. 10 00
J B Etheridge St overseer. 50 00
W L Douglass health officer.. 50 00
ADdrew CDibble asst to clerk
& tr* asurer . 66 67
W G Albergotti chief police. 75 00
S J Bozard polic-man. 48 69
F M D'Mars policeman. 45 84
W H Edwins policeman. 41 50
J It Kelly policeman . 50 00
C M Duk s policeman. 48 33
W M Castleberry policeman. 42 64
II F Jennings spec'l police.... 29 25
Dr Thomas C Doyle mayor... 30 00
L II Wannamaker s cretary
boa d health. 10 00
L II Wannamaker clerk and
treasurer. 85 00
Total in Vouchers Nos. 1
lo 41 inclusive.$ 3,477 62
L. a. WANNAMAKER
Clerk and Treasurer.
The June linierest on the Water
and Light bonds of the City amount
ing to $1.000.00 and $2 50 bank's com
missioners will be due before the next
meeting 'f Council and will be for
warded. L. H. WANNAMAKER.
Clerk and Treasurer.
T"e report > ' he hecreiary Crm
rrjUtinnero of Public Works for U-c
t>nn+h f-f April " as read and recMvrd
UK l^'n-m''*"' n and nrr'prpd publisher1
Ollice of Secretary Commissioners of
Orangeburg, S C, May 1,1906.
To the Ci?y Council and Commission
ers of Public Works.
Gem leinen: I respectfully submit
this report of the receipts and dis
buis? nn-nts of my ollice of Secretary
Coinmi>sioners Public W7orks, for
the month of April, 1906.
To balance brought from
March report.$',246 79
Received during the month... 1,238 74
Disbursed during the month.. 1,043 30
Balance on hand this date...81.442 23
SOURCES OK RECEIPTS.
Water rents.$ 487 95
Electric current . (133 49
-Materials. 100 38
Refund demurrage on Genera
tor. 16 92
Expense acct.$ 563 38
Extension acct. 392 40
Material acct. 87 52
W F Cannon bill heads.8 3 75
Wannamaker Smoak & Co. E.
Lamps. 3 00
J W Smoak sucplies & mater
ials. 10 55
Southern Railway Co. freight 3 31
Southern Railway Co. freight 8 20
Ayers & Williams cen eni. 1 20
W L Harley sand & Brick,. 36 25
Southern Railway Co. freight
on Wire. 5 50
Southern Railway Co. freight
on E. Meters. 110
R J Jeffords hauling coal. 50 40"
Southern Express Co Ex.
cbgeson supp.ies . 115
Fletcher maig Co Windlasses
&c. 80 73
Ceo t utter & Co arras &o. ill 90
Union Water Meter Co water
meters. 156 00
Western Electric Co Flush
plugs. 9 09
A C L R R Co frght on pipe,
valves & lead. 6 98
National Carbon Co carbons... 2 84
R J Jeffords hauling coal. 30 00
Southern Railway Co frght on
Xarms._ 11 68
R J Jeffords hauling water
pipe &c. 25 00
Wra Willcock repairing galv.
Alfred F Moore R C wire. 31 63
General Electrie Co Rossettes
& conduit. 3100
A C L R R Co frght on E. ,
Southern Railway Co frgbt on
arms. 9 63
A C L R R Co frght on pack
ing &c. 7i
P W Cantwell on acct laying
water mains. 70 00
R J Jeffords hauling coal. 15 00
T E Andrae repairing tapeline 60
Power House pay roil.,.. 324 50
Total in Vouchers Nos. 1 to
31 Inclusive.81,043 30
L. H. WANNAMAKER,
The petition of J. H. Fordham and
wife for permit to lnstal a steam en
gine in the City limits on their pre
mises near Oik street, was read and
re'erred under the provisions of sec
tion 108 of the Revised O dtnances to
the Committee on fire department.
?Theapplication of P. Rloh for re
fund of taxes erroneously paid by him
in the name of E. W. Dlz, was ap
proved and refULd ordered made by
The matter of caring for and fenc
ing the new public yard tract and
surveying the same If neceuaary, was
referred to the committee on health
and charity with instructions to act
The olaim of J. E Lightfoot for
damages to horse and buggy alleged
to have been caused by a defective
bridge on Green street, filed with the
council at regular meeting in April
and referred to the street committee,
w'.s again brought before council,
iud after consideration it was mcvaa
ind adopted that the committee be
authorized and directed to offer Mr
Lightfoot the sum of -ten dollars iu
full settlement of the claim the City
to be released from ail further liabi
lity in the matter, and the treasurer
was Instructed to pay the same on
r*be acceptance of the offer by Mr.
Mr. H. VucOb89n appeared before
the council and profered payment fur
the zoh crete pavement recently laid
in front of his brick house on St
John street, the City having included
sime io payment made to J. J. Oair;,
ontractor, for other pavibg on same
s creet. It was moved and ad op tea
Chat the payment by Mr. VoD?bsen
he accepted by the City and that the
conmittee on streets compute the
amount so to be paid.
On the request of Mr. VonO'isen
it was ordered that the street com
mittee permit the use of the City't?
engine and dirt cars on July 4th for
the purpose of conveying persons t>
and from a picnic to be held on that
day at Dukes' Fishery, provided a
competent person operate the engine
Mr. John Cut manager of the O
mgeburg Cotton Exchange, appeared
beiore Council and asked for a rebate
m the license fixed by the ordinance,
r-questing that the license be fixed at
che sum of 825.00. And It was on
motion ordered that tht treasurer
?wie suoh license for the sum of
925 00 for the fiscal year 1906-1907,
to ihe exchange.
On motion of the chairman of the
commit;oa on health and charity it
was ordered that another oart be
provided for the health department
>y the purchase cf a mule and sani
tary tank. The matter was referred
to the committee' on health and
charity with instructions to carry out
e intent of the resolution.
The olerk reported the execution
nd filing with him of the title of J.
W. H. Dukes to the land purchased
by the City for a public grave yard,
the clerk was instructed to have the
*:ile and aoy oiher papers connected
-??b the purchase properly recorded.
The report of the chief of police
f t the month i f April was read show
ing: Number of arrests, 55; number
?r days' work on streets, 47; number
f days in guardhouse, 60; fines and
f i ures paid to the treasurer,
ntire being no further business
???Vre Council the minutes wore ap
roved ?nd courc 1 adjourned.
L H. WANNAMAKER.
O'tV C' rk an" Trp>. ur?r
ONE CASH REGISTER,200 Cloak
Hangers, One Very Large Fire
Proof Safe, One Large Mirrow. Apply
to 1. Ricn,
Real Estate Agent,
Orangeburg, S. C.
LADY OR GENTLEMAN OF
fair education to travel for lirm of
&2.r>0,000 capital. Salary 81,072 per yeai,
payable weekly. Expenses advanced.
Ad-iress Gko. G. Clows,
.*)-24 1* Orangeburg, S. C.
1785. College of Charleston. 1906.
Charleston, S. C.
Entrance examinations will he held
in the County Court House on Friday,
j July 6, at 9 a.m. One free tuition
1 Scholarship to each county of South
Carolina awardeo bv the Count v Supt.
, of Education and Judge of Probate.
I Board and furnished room in Dormi
tory, $11 a month. All candidates for
admission are permitted to compete
for vacant Boyce Scholarships which
pav 8100 a year. For catalogue and
5 24-8* Harbison Randolph, Pres.
Cell brated Stallion.
MY CELEBRATED STALLION
"LIEUTENANT" will be at
Albrecht's Stable, Orangeburg, from
the 11th to 23d of June, and a'i er that
the first three davs in each week until
Ju'y 23. " W. H. TAYLOR,
5-24-6* Flloree, S. C.
ONE LOMBABD BOILER 15H*.P.
one Erie Engine 10 H. P. one 50
Saw Pratt gin, ft-eder and condensor.
one Boss Press in good order apply to
F. L. Witt,
5-17-3mos. North, S. C.
pOTTON BATTEN FOR MA"K
V^ing mattresses and comforts for
sale at 10 cents per pound.
3-29 Orange Mills.
/"YNE 60 SAW WINSHIP GIN.
\J Feeder and Condenser in first class
running order. Also one 50 saw Pratt
Gin and Condenser witb Van V> inkle
Feeder. The above outfi-8 are offered
I at a very reasonable price. Call on or
[address. , T. V. Baip.,
5-10-4* Elloree, S. C.
? For Sale.
f^NE BROWN GIN 70 SAWS,
\J Feeder and Condenser. In good
[condition, comparatively but little
used. Also Iron Press, good condition,
j did entirely satisfactory work last sea
son. Above will be sold chop for
cash. Charles St* G. Sinkler,
5-10-4* Eutawvilie, S. C.
Notice to Creditors.
ALL PERSONS HAVING
claims against the estate of W.
L. Cain, deceased, are required to
Jrove tb*1 same before me, on or before
une 7,1906, or be debarred payment.
FOR JUDGE OF PROBATE.
Ihereby announce my candidacy for
re-election to the office of Probate
Judge etc.. subject to the Democratic
primary. Robt. E Copes.
Iannounce myself a candidate for
the House of Representatives sub
ject to'the rules of the Democratic
primary. a. J. Hydrick, Jr.
T hereby announce myself a candi
X date lor re-election to the office of
County Auditor, subject to the Demo
T. M. McMICHAEL.
Iannounce myself a candidate for re
election to the office of County
Treasurer, subject to rules governing
* A.D. FAIR.
PLEDGING MYSELF TO ABIDE
X result of Democratic Primary, I
announce my*elf a candidate for re
election to office of County Supervisor.
If elected I promise to do in the future
what 1 have in the past?discharge ray
duty with all of the energy ana iutelli
I gence 1 possess.
May 18 1906. Olin M. Dant/.ler.
SUPERINTENDENT UF EDUCA
Ihereby announce myself a candi
date for the office of Superinten
dent of Education for Orangeburg
County in the approaching Democratic
Primary, pledging myself to abide the
result of said primary.
Very truly yours.
E. H. HO USER.
To the Democratic Voters of Or
Gratefully appreciating the confi
dence you have shown in me by plac
ing me in the office of County Superin
tendent of Education, and promising,
if you should see fit to return me to
the office, a continuance of my best
and undivided rfforts for the advance
ment of the educational interests of
the County, I hereby announce m\
self a candidate for another terra,
[ subject to the action of the Democra
Very truly and respectfully,
Stiles r. Mellichamp.
Iannounce myself a candidate for
County Commissioner, sur.ject to
rules governing the Democratic pri
maries. Luther J. ?mitu.
Iam in the race for re-election to the
office of County Commissioner sub
ject to rules governing Democratic
primary. A. F. Fairey.
Ihereby announce myself a candi
date for the office of County Com
missioner at. the approaching primary.
11 elected will do all 1 can to serve the
public faithfully and intelligently. I
pledge myse f to abide the result of
ue Democratic primary.
M. C. EDWINS.
Thereby announce myself as a
X candidate for County Commis
sioner, and pledge myself to abide the
icsult of the Democra ic Primaries.
Having filled the olliee for nearly two
years, 1 have endeavored to faithfully
discharge ? he dut ies of the otli;e, and
ask for re-election on my record.
* Thomas D. A. Livingston.
My health having sufficiently im
proved, 1 have decided to yield
to i be repeated requests of my friends
and hereby oiler in; self as a candidate
for i he office of t ounty t ommissioner.
If elected 1 promise to work lor the
very best interests of the public and
to i bide the result of the Democratic
Primary. Yours any duty,
D. M. V\ EST BURY.
Real Estate. Real Estate.
If You Want to Buy Property
If You Want to Sell Property
in the City, County or State, write
or consult with me, prompt attention
will be given to all business entrust
ed to me.
Phone 942. I. Rich,
Real Estate Agmt,
oiangt-btirg, 8. C.
To Wilmington, N. C.,and Return.
Via Atlantic Coast) ine >
Carolina Sommer School,
WRIQHTSVILLE, N. C.
Tickets on sale June 14th loth and lGth. good to return until
Jun e 25th. For further information communicate with nearest
Agent, or write
W. J. Craig,
Passenger Traffic Manager,
Wilmington H. (1.
and. Basket JPicnic
By and For The Benefit Of
The Young America Steam Fire Engine Co.
Orangeburg to Eutaw Springs,
Thursday, June 7th,
riBP ADULTS .... 85 cents.
IftnC'CHILDREN under 12years 75 cents.
CUCDYDnnV Invited To Go.
Cf CniDUUI Guaranteed a Seat.
Do Not Miss
For the next thirty days we have some extra- ?
ordinary bargains to offer in ^
le sure to either come to see us or write us.
Organs from $10.00 op.
Pianos from $50.00 up.
The Marchant Music Co. jjj
Orangeburg, S. C.
Scholarship and Entrance Exnminatlon
The examination for the award of
vacant scholarships in WinthropCol
lege and for the admission of new
students will be held at the Coun'y
Court Hou>eon Friday. July (ilh.at
i) a. m. Applicants must i ot he less
than fifteen years of age. When
scholarships are vacated after July I
they will be awarded to thosp making
the highest average at this examina
tion provided they meet the condi
tions governing the award. Appli
cants for scholarhip should write to
President Johnson before the ex
[ amination for scholarship application
Scholarships are worth 8100and free
tuition. The next session wi 1 open
I September 19th, 1908 For further
information and catalogue, address
Pres. D. B. Johnson, Bock Hill,S. C.
Money to L"an
ON FARMING LANDS. Long
time. No co mission charged.
Borrower pays actual cost of perfect
nn loan. For further information
address: John B Palmeh&Son
Box 282. Columbia. S. C.
NOUGH BALED OAT STRAW
to supply Orangeburg County at
88.00 per ton, delivered. Cameron.
Nearly as good as Timothy at less
than half price. Jas. M. Moss.
M oka I No ice.
I Have j on an eye. ear, no?e or throat?
Does anything in this line give you
trouble? No use to suffer, come to my
ollice and get cur? d I will cure you and
charge you little. If 1 fail it costs you
nothing, charges very light, examina
tions free Lome to see meat once.
Sesville Building over Lrangeburg
Batk. Rooms l.l, 14,15, Hi.
Jbssk a Clifton, M. D.
Noiice to Creditors.
ALL PERSONS HOLDING
xV. claims against the estate of Job?
D. Livingston, dectased, will present
the same troper 1> proven on or before:
the Uilb day of June, 19U? or be de
barred payment, ai.d ail persons in
debted to said estate will make pay
ment on or before the said date, to
the undeisigned or to R ysor & Sum
mers, attorneys, Orangeburg, S. C.
5-15-4. fHlX.IT K. Livingston,
Quahtied Administrator oi tile estate?
of John D. Livingston, deceased.
fiotiCi of Final Di>charge.
1>LEASE TAKtji .NOTICE THAT'
on the lUth d?r.y of June, l<JU(i, the.
uodersiguea will file his iinal ac ount.
as administrator oi the estate of John
D. Livingston, deceased, with the
Judge of Prubate, for the County of
Orangeburg, S. O, and will thereupon
as!* lor Letters Dismissory.
?-15 4. Philip K. Livingston,
Quahtied Administrator of the esta
of John i). l.1 vingston, deceased.