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A fireat Bargain
In a Borne.
^ I am offering the place of Mrs.
? Williamson's, next door to
? where she lives, for a short
? time only at the bargain price
? of $3,250 00. This place is well f
|| located, the house contains f
|! eight nice rooms, there is a |
S servants house, large barn and
stables on the premises and a
If you desire either to "buy or a
sell property it will pay you ?
to see me. 5-17-3m
Jas. JL Brallslorfl. |
Our Drag Store Goods
Learn what you nave been
Loosing by Trading] Elsewhere
. Caih?BH Doyle & Co.
Reliable Prescription ist s.
Mrs. J. M. Daniels, of Winchester, Ky., says:
"For fifteen years I had sores on my f ace. They
Cot worse all the time, until I was ashamed to
go out on the street. When I did I had to wear
a veil. My face Itched and burned so I thought
I 'would go crazy.
"I had tried every remedy I could get hold of.
I thought I never could get rid of it. One day a
friend recommended your remedy. I had tried
so many I did not care but thought one more
would not make very much difference. The
itching and burning stopped right away, and
soon my face began to clear. It was alow work
and I almost got discouraged, but Ipersistttl. and
now my face Is all clear, like it was before I got
the disease. I had to use a great many bottles
but having my skin cured is worth ten times
BO m. oh as I spent. I thank you and hope you
til kinds of success."
We hereby certify that full particulars
shown us regarding this case conclusively
prove that every taint of this terrible dis
ease was permanently cleared away by tha
wonderful D. D. D. Present-.ion.
VvE PROVfc. IT.
convince jouvehave ainnged with the,
d.d. Co., to tlai in y MiOeret irrm ajjP'
i) disiasocan pet direct from th?> d. d. jj
To.V Juli rotor; a lure* f-ee wm? le Lottie o
d.d. d. irectipticn loietler vitr 32 pag
Utw ranpblet m tkin diFfate aid iree rdvi
on your partif ular t?te lrcm the world's great
est skin > pec ialist.
J. G. Wannsmaker M'f'g Co.
(Mail this cotpcD.)
D. D. D. Co. Medical Deparimeot.
116-120 Michigan St., Suite 44, Chicago.
Please send me free prereid a br/e size
Baroplc bottle of d. d. d., prtrphlet aid
coiiaulUition blank. For .jenrs 1 la^e
-~oeen ulllicted with a tkin oittate called
.and have never used d. d. d.
Editor Times and Democrat.
I wish to infoim the public general!)
and my friends in particular, that j
am writing Life Insurance for the
Oldest Chartered Old Line Com
pany in Iiie United States. It
will pay those desiring a policy to stt
me bcioie placing their insurance
1 Can Certainly SaveThem Monk?
and "Will Guarantee To Do So li
They Will Give Me a Chance.
(At the People's Bank.)
IAS RELEASED PKOM TO ORK
HOTHE TEOUGHT BE WAS
Free But Finds That Every BTove He |
' Jf akes "Will ba Watched
Hounded by spies who will shadow
him for life, Alexander Birkmarj
boarded a train for St. LxuIb recently
following bis release from the work
bouFe at Pitteburg, Pa., where he
has been confined for nearly fourteen
years. T wo police cfflaers in the mil
UoDaire'fr ca* boardea the same train.
Roger O'Mara, former Obief of Po
lice and Detectives of Pittsburg, who
worked up the case against Berkman
for Mr. Frisk, has been employed by
Mr. Frick fco keep tab on Berkham so
long as he is alive. ' It will cost him
310,000 & year to maintain the watcb
but be considers it the same as a life
As be walked into the fseeair Berk
man's joy was almost hysterical.
4 How oeau iful is nature!1 he ex
claimed, stretoalrg his arms as 11
rousing himself from the lethargic
sle*n of 'oirfceen years imprisonment.
T:e man thought he was frer. Id
face he Is condemned to a punishment,
the like of which this free country
never saw. From this moment until
either Mr Frick or Berkman dies, two
detectives will watch Barkmnn and
report to Mr. Frick every movement
Berkman makes, every word he utters
as far as possible. The former anar
chist will not know It, always, but
wherever he goes he will he under sur
veiliance; his ruturelife will be & bork
the detectives will hold open for Mr.
Frick to read.
Deputy Police Superintendent
Johnson, of Allegheny, and a score of
detectives met Berkman at the work
bouse door and told blm that be would
have to make his Btay in that .city
short. Berkman replied:
"I will gladly do as you wish. I
have already remained in to is v cinlty
much longer than Lwisbid to."
There is an old State law which
allows a suit of cloths to every priso
ner discharged from the penitentiary
who has over fifty miles to go to
reach his destination. B?.rkbam ap
plied for his allowance, but was refu ?
ed on the ground' that bis work tu use
sentence oame after bis discbarge
from the penitentiary. He had very
little money. . About ?30 was bis
stook and 85 of this he jeft at the
workhouse for the benefit of poor
prisoners who were obout to be dis
In response to a question as to why
he shot H. O. Frick he said: "Mr.
Friek was the head of a system and
his removal at that time would have
DREADS DOCTOR'S QUESTIONS
Thousands Write to Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn,
Mass* and Beceive Valuable Advice
Absolutely Confidential and Frse
There can be no more terrible ordeal
to a delicate, sensitive, refined woman
than to be obliged to answer certain
questions in regard to her private ills,
even when those questions are asked
by her family physician, and many
continue to suffer rather than submit
to examinations which so many physi
cians propose in order to intelligently
treat the disease; - and this is the rea
son why so many physicians fail to
cure female disease.
This is also the reason why thousands
upon thousands of women are corre
sponding with Mrs Pinkham, daughter
in-law of Lydia E. Pinkham, at Lynn,
Mass. To her they can confide every
detail of their illness, and from her
great knowledge, obtained from years
of experience in treating female ills,
Mrs. Pinkham can advise sick women
more wisely than the local physician.
Read howMrs.Pinkham helped Mrs.T.
C.Willadsen of Manning.Ia. She writes:
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:
" I can truly say that you have saved my
life, and I cannot express my gratitude in
words. Before I wrote t/> you telling you
how I felt, I had doctored for ovarjtwo years
steady, and spent lots of money in medicines
besides, but it all failed to do me any good. I
had female trouble and would daily Save faint
ing spells, backache, hearing-down pains, and
ray monthly periods were very irregular and
finally ceased. I wrote to you for your ad
vice and received a letter full of instructions
just what to do. and also commenced to take
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
and I have been restored to perfect heaith.
Had it not been for you I would have been
in my grave to-day."
Mountains of proof establish the fact
that no medicine in the world equals
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound for restoring women's health.
produces the above results In 30 days. It acts
powerfully and quickly. Cures when all others fail.
louDgmoa will regain their lost manhood, and old
men will recover their youthful vigor by using
REVIVO. It guicklyand 6urelyrestores Xervous
ncss, Lost Vitality, Impotcncy, Nightly Emissions.
Lost Tower, Failing Memory, Wostinc Disc-apes, and
all effects of self-abuso or cscc?3and indiscretion,
which unfits on9 f oretudy. business or marriage. It
cot only cures by starting at tno seat of disease, but
is a great nerve tonic and blood builder, bring
ing back the. pink glow to palo cheeks and re
storing tho flro of yonth. It wards off Insanity
and Consumption. Insist on having REVIVO. no
other. It can bo carried in vest pocket. By mail,
81.00 perpackagc.or si: for 85.00, with a posi
tiv? written guarantee to cure or refund
the money. Bool: and advls&iree. Address
KOYAL MEDICINE CO., SfiSS&guT*
For sale in Orangeburg, S. C. by Low
man & Lev*man.
rj^VDleMng t?~humanlfy.' Times
have cnangec; it would n? t ? e so now.
The rysttm be represented is dying
of its own corrupt ioo. It does not
need my bullets to h elp it die.
"There is one thing I waat to de
ny," said Bfrkrxsn, "??d tr at is that
I am to became a leader of the a-ar
chibts in this ocuotiy and take Heer
host's place. There is notLicg in
Private detectives arrested Berk
man at the workhouse door. It was
a strange birtbday p?rly, for Beik^
mau coming into the world again call
ed this his "birthday."
Again and again in his joy Berk
man apostrophized nature uutil a dis
gusted Allegheny detect ive deolared
postively "the fellow bss gone mad."
He complained greatly cf the treat
ment prisoners aborr to depart recoive
from tbe r ffloials, saying;
"IneffcC'., tbe cffloials encourage
them to go out and commit again the
Wben.Berkroan boarded the 4 p,
m. Plttsbarg, Fort Wajne and Chica
go Grain at tbe Union station a nnm
ber of persons were there to bid him
good-by. O.' them some were "Beds,"
some Socialists, some only Americans.
Brfkman will remain in Chicago for a
A. Galnonn D >yle & Co , Hell HjomeJ
Under Guarantee of Care.
The changeable weather of Spring
is directly responsible for the preva
lence of catarrhal troubles In Orange
burg at the present time.
As a result, A. Oalhoun Doyle &
Co., have had a larger sale for
Hyomei the past week than ever be
fore in tbe years that they have
handled this reliable treatment for tbe
sure of catarrh.
Unlike she ordinary remedies that
have been used in catarrbal troubles,
there is no stomach dosing with Hyo
mei. Id is breathed through a neat
pocket Inhaler that comes with every
outfit, and its balsamic, antiseptic
healing penetrates to the most remote
cells of tbe nose, throat and lunge,
killing all catarrbal germs, healing
the irritated mucous memberane, and
efl oting a complete and permanent
If there is a single catarrbal germ
in the system, Hyc mei will search it
oat and absolutely destroy it, com
pletely eradicating the trouble. The
remedy has made sotnany cures ammg
A. Calhoun Doyle & Co's., customers
tuati they offer to pay for it them
selves if it does not benefit even tbe
wor&t case of catarrh.
The complete outfit costs onlv 81.,
oon-dsticg of an inhaler, medicine
diopper, and bottle of Hyomei, while
extra bottles of Hyomei can be obtain
ed for 50 cents. There will not be
even this small expense if Hyomei
does not cure, as A. Oalhoun Doyle
& Co., will return your money.
HOCH OH EDITORS.
Pleasures of the Galling and Influ
ence They "Wield.
Governor Hoch, of Kansas, says
there is no better index to a town
than its newspaper. If it is well
printed, attractive in its make-up,
reliable in lfcn news columns, streng
>n ecitotial crmxent, but, above all
llbeiral in advertising patronage, de
pend upon it, nine cases out of ten,
that town is an enterprising, up-to
datHi town, but if the paper looks
?iOr.oby, depend upon it the town is
shaoby, for a newtpaper is every
j '?h"re and aiways a town's best
Brethren of tbe country press, I
f'Xilt your station. You are toe real
kings and queens. Your throne may
j be u rioktty chair and your scepter
oho stuN cf a lead pencil but you
j rule the world just the same. Local
politicians may iff jot to uespise you.
nut they await the appearance of your
i paper each week with fear and trem
bling. ? /il doers may try to belittle
your- lafluenee, but they dread the
publicity of your columns vastly more
than they will admit. The influence
and- power of the old home paper can
not well be overestimated. It enters
into the very warp and woof of the
children's lives and unconsciously
molds much of their obaracter. To
my mind there Is rc rcore desirable,
no more enviable occupation than
tbas of the country editor. To own
Tis own plant, to have a medium for
the expression of his honest views, to
lock up his office every evening and to
oe able to go home and keep company
with his family and with bis borks,
to return next morning to tbe cflise,
to meet the people whom he serves,
to j'it down the thoughts that occui
to bis mind, to tear eff the wrappers
from bis exchanges ar.ei get in com
munion with otber editors, to per
form tbe tbousard ard one little
duties that come to blm every day,
to be a power in his community, a
be may be end usually is, to be his
own host?to my mind, this is the
ideal life, more to be desired than the
most exalted rolttical station.
You feel the life giving current the
minute you take it. A gentle sooth
ing warmth, fills the nerves and blood
with life. It's a real pleasure to take
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea .35
cents, Tea or Tablets. A. Calhoun
Doyle & t o.
Tbe United States gssollne torpedo
13 now an e friclal weapon. Its speed is
Ordinary accidents have no terrois
when there's a bottle of Dr. Thomas
B'ectrlo Oil in the medicine chtst'
He&ls turns, ruts, bruises, sprains
Tbree-fourths.of trie aiea of Japan
is mcuntalnoufc, and less ttan 16 per
cent Is unrt< r cultivation.
Terrible plague*, those itching,
pestering diseases of the skin. Put an
end to misery. Doan's O.mment
cures. Ar. anv drug store.
Japan in now abie to cocstruct
battiet-hips cf ; ny size In her ow
iockyards, witt.out impoiting any
thing exc.pt brats tubes and certain
Bs.d blood and indigestion are
deadly enemies to good health: Bur
c ooks Blood Bitters destroys them.
THE WHITE PLAGUE GREATEST
OF ALL CALAMITIES.
The loss of Life by Consumption
Greater Than by Quakes Flood
"The great calamities that have be
fallen part of-our country within the
memory of those past middle life,"
said he, "namely, the Chicago fire, the
CharleFtrn earthquake, the Johns
town flood, and the San Franciso
ear tt quake and conflagration, bicnght
the world to its fret with i Qirloga of
money and relief. Everybody gave,
and wealthy men gave most gener
ously. Everybody gave on faith,
moreover, without personal knowledge
of the conditions existing in those
places or of the manner in whiob the
money wcuid b?* expended. Every
body agreed tl Vlp was needed,
and evervbcdy was willing to help.
"A 1 of these calamities combined
are nor. as great as 1b the calamity oi
tuberculosis to our country every year.
The loss of life in a single year by
tuberculosis is fifty times greater than
it was in all those calamities. The
amount of suffering from tuberculosis
for a single year is greater than was
the total suffering in those calami
tie*. There was not a form of human
auffeiing or misery precpitatfd by
those calamities which is not dupli
cated many times over every year by
The only item smaller is the money
valuation, and that loss from tuber
culosis was stated by Dr. Flick to be
mere than 850,000,000 annually.
Continuing, Dr. FJicksaid:
"Could the disastrous influence of
tuberculosis upon any community be
presented to the public in a concrete
form in the manner in which, for in
stance, the San Francisco earthquake
was presented; could all the consump
tives be marshalled into line and their
suffering thus be presented to the
world at a glance, the response fo'
the amelioration of that suffering
would be as generous as that which
the world has just witnessed for Cali
Dr. Flick asserted that the strength
of the association lay in the fact that
its ambition to eradicate consump
tion could be gratified. He advo-iat
ed the establishment of hospital-,
sanatoria, convalescent farms, public
dispensaries, where the poor could be
served, and the scientific owe of Wm
t ffl cted in their own homes. He
ontioised the medical schools itm
turned out graduates unacquainted
with the best methods of co-nbating
In referring to the great Interna
tional conference of the association
of the world engaged in the orusade
! against consumption, which will, be
bold in Wasbinnton in 19C8 D
Flick recommenced that the nations'
association should establish perman
ent beacquarters in Washington, anr
that its invitations to the ass clatior
of other countries should bear the sea
of the approval of the Doited State
government. The governments of
France and Germany, said he, active
ly participate in the work of the as3f ?
oia'ions in their respective countries
In commenting on the membership
of the ass. eiatiou, Dr. Flick t.epr ?
cated the fact that so few clergy mer
professional or business men wen
taking an active Interest in tbe work
To create more widespread interest
he advocated tbe establishment of t
lecture bureau, providing speakers t<
visit ev. ry part of the country and
disseminate knowh dge of how to suc
cessfully combat the disease.'
Tbe report of the executive com
mittee told of tbe growth, of the
aeeociation and of the ruetnods that
bad been employed in spreadiac
knowledge of the manner to fight con
sumption. Exhibitions pictorial^
depicting the nature of the diseas?
and outlining methods to be follower
by thos.e suffering from it, whio'
have been given in several cities,
were attended by over 150.000 people
in the last year. The committee re
commended that smaller exhibits b?
arranged that will visit the smallei
cities and towns during tbe ensuing
year The confmittee also reported
upon its success in securing the a -
ooeration of tne Y. M O. A., th?
National Federation of Libor, anr
other a*h ctatlons in tbe crusade.
The emblem of membership to thf
natural, B ate, and local ansi oiatiOL
was declared to be a druble red cross
A mii!tit t'rt z n.
C. D. Bjyle of Chester, Pa., arrived
in Atlanta Thursday In a refrigerator
car from Perry, Fla., cornlpe *1.
numbed and almi st frczen to dtat .
He was rescued by police efflcers aro
?ent to th?* Grady Hospital where hi
was worked oo to bring him from hit
s upor. He stated to the doctor
iihat be was in Perry and crawh d in
10 a car to take a nap. While hi"
len in a dark oorner half of the cu
?vas loaded with fruit and vejretable
iced, tbe doors locked and It was ship
ped to Btlanta. He is a ' Gentlema'
js Leisure" and claims to be a pal n
"Buffalo Bill "
Fomnufl Strik? Kr?*akerp.
The most famous strike breakers in
the land are Dr. King's New Life
Pills. When liver and bowels go on
strike, they quickly settle the trouble,
and the puriiying work goes right on
Best cure for constipation, headache
and dizziness 25c at
J. G. Wannaraaker Mfg. Go's druggist.
A Columbus, Miss., dispatch say'
George Younger, a negro, who sh t
and ki'led William Eotor, a w?l!
known white citizsn last Saturday
while tbe latter was a member of fosm
endeavoring to effect the negro's ar
re<Jt, was taken from jail at that plac
Wednesday night by a mob arr1
CASTOR S A
For Infants and Children.
Tbe Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the y^Tff
Signature of Cfta^y
The soda cracker is an
ideal food. Uneeda
Biscuit are the ideal
soda crackers. Indeed,
soda crackers rightly
made in the first place,
rightly protected first,
last and all the time.
Jff In a dust tight,
moisture proof package*
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
ON YOUR ^S?j*!
Bcurrc to 1>? raoprrlv e -nipnri!?ohaln the STEV.
ENS and vnti CANNOT CO ? KOSGi We liu'-e
BUT ES . . . from $2.25 to S160.no
Fl?XOLS . . . from s.tJtaT 60.00
SHOTGUNS . . from 7.?0 to 30.00
AiU roarrtcaierantllnslst ? S<-tvl fof no-pap- lllus
on oiii pcrnilar iii&kc. li'.tmej oMfti&. IT Inter*
ymcannotolrtain, ?eJhltileMf1 Jn S>M')<>TINO. vou
fthrecl? earruTjr ckn*rts ? ou^luto nave it. .Mailed
frt*Mt, upon receipt oflforf >urrcnM In stamps to
catalog price. I ci vcrpa itx
Our attar tiro three-color Alui.iinum Haocerwtll be
lent anvwherc lur 10 ((? in ?timps.
J. STEVENS ASMS AND TOOL co,
. V. O. Dux 4O00
Chicopes Falls, Mass., TJ. S. a.
t L. STOKES,
O * SURGEON DENTIST.
Saving the natural teeth, care of
children's teeth, crown and bridge
work, (testn without plates,) are some
of my specialties. .Office over George
(AT ROBINSON'S OLD STAND.)
? Before Placing Your Order for
Call and G et My X*rices.
CABINET MANTELS MADE TO ORDER.
prompt attention to mail orders
SHOP ON BR0U6HT0N STREET.
Phone 242, Orangeburg, S. C.
Honest in Measure
? and Quality.
Send for Color Cards.
PALMETTO PAINT M'F'Q CO.
Columbia, S. C.
??+?0???< ? t ????
Hay, Corn, Oats
Stock & Chicken Food
Best Tenn. Kock Lime
Best Portland Cement
See me before buying or
telephone your orders.
Next door to the dispensary.
2C2 - Phone - 252
We Lave put m a nice lot of goods tl at will help you to keejcool during
he Summer months.
Screen Wire Cloih,
Screen Doors and Windows,
Ice Cream Freezers,
For Pleasure we have .
Base Ball Goods,
Fishing Lines and Poles.
Now is the time to Paint your house old or new. We have all grades
and colors of Paints. Try Muresco Sanitary WaU Coating, it, is the best
and prettiest. Special Screen W ire Paint.
Make labor light by Ji&ing our up-to-date Washing Machines and
] 3 i ers, Asbestos Sad Irons, Large and Small Month Fruit Jars
We make a specialty of improved dining room and kitchen urniture.
Call and examine our stock.
Arthur Hardware Co.,
St. Matthews and Elloree, S. C.
Geo. b. Haker & Soi
The Largest and Mo3t Complete
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Moldings,
Sash, Weights, Co Hardware anc
Hardware & Ready-Mixed Paint.
Charleston, S, C.
Drs. Perryclear & Sif ley
Office in New Dibble 13 -ilding.
We will attend jail calls in the
DR. SIFLEY, Specialist in Dental
Prothesis, Crown and Bridge
8? >IJTF ROLIKA
Okftces, 8, 9, 10 Scoville Building
Hours 9 a. M to 5 P. m.
La lies in aTtendance.
Call f'?r ?TTfRlth Rook "
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggefs
A Busy Medicine for Busy People.
Brines Golden Health and Renewed Vieor.
a specific r?r Constipation. Inclination. Liver
ami Kidney troubles. Pimples, Eczema, Impure
Wood. Uad Rrcuth, Slutrirish Bowels. Headache
and Uocknche. Its Rocky Mountain Tea In tab
let form. S? cents n box: Genuine made by
liOLLISTEll Diii;o Coil PA NT, Madison. WlS.
GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE
Office Second e ory Kdisto Building,
Orangeburg, S. C.
Office bours R n m fin r"
Never say die! Try L. L. L.
Buy Lowman's Liver Lifters.
Take Lowman's Liver Lifters.
Use Lowman's Liver Lifters.
Try Lowman's Liver Lifters.
Harris Lithia Water. For sale at
s. Lowman & Lowman,
1000 Orange! urg County men and
women have money on deposit with
us. Your account is invited.
Tue St. Matthew's Savings Bank,
St. Matthews, S. C.
Established In I88fl.
Individual responsibility.$ 68,000.00
Resources as shown by sworn
statement Dec.30,1906. 232,7(53.72
We will loan you money on personal
We will loan you money on endorsed
We will make :'arm loans for you at
We will lake your money on deposit
for sale keeping.
We will take your money on deposit
in our a vings department at 4 per
cent compound interest.
If you have money to save, or money
to invest, or if you wish to borrow
money, it will pay you to come and
J. Skottowe Wannamaker. .President,
J. E. Wannamaker.Vice Presiden,
C. R. .Tames.-.Cashier,
Clarance P. Zeigler.Asst. Cashier.
Dr. W. T. C. Bates; J. Arthur Banks;
Jno. E. WannaMaker; B. A. Raysor,
P. J. Buyck; M. Jarecky; J. S. Wan
While this bank is strictly a home
institution, its stock being owned by
people living in thU part of Orange
burg County, still it is doing business
n all vxns of the County.
W. HAMPTON BUKES,
-zees Furs, heaeses /o ?otb