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Pnblished Every Thursday at
Orangeburg, S. 0.
Jas. L. Sims, Editor and Proprietor.
Six months.................~~. .50
Transient advortasemeats $L0Q per inch fox
flrot insertion and 50 cents for each Bubse
Badness Notices 10 oents per line for first
insertion and 5 cents per line for sabaequen
; Obituaries, Tributes of fiespeot, Notice of
Thanks, and all notices of a personal or politi
cal nature are charged for as regular advertise
Special Notices, entitled Wanted, Lost,
found, For Bent, not exceeding twenty-five
words, one time, S5 oents; two times, 50 oents;
time dines, 75 cents and four times, $1.00.
Liberal contrasts made with merchants and
ot era who wish to run advertisements for
three months or longer. For rates on con
tact advertising apply at the office, and they
w?i be cheerfully furnished.
. Remittances should be made by checksa
money orders, registered letters, or ezpres
orders, payable to
The Times and Democrat.
Orangeburg, S. C.
yews, says he has been very much
Duaseated over all this giving of pres
ents to Speaker Cannon and calls for
a rest. To all of which we say amen.
Don't get too busy to make your
wife a flower bed, or a half-dozen, if
ehe wants them. Remember, she has
to live with you 365 days in the year,
and she needs something to brighten
her up. i
Thomas Dixori, Jr., of New York'
?says that the negro must be removed
from the United States, or else in
fewer than fifty years the white man
wfil-bave to fight for existence. Go to.
Thomas! You are talking through
Old "Blocks of Five" Dudley, who
originated that system for stealing an
election, "has bad his nension raised to
one hundred dollars per month. All
of which only emphasizes the fact that
the Kepublican party will take care of
We would advise every one who has
given the washing machine men a
note or mortgage to refuse to pay it.
We do not believe a jury can be found
in this'county that will assist a lot of I
strangers in buncoing our people out]
of their hard earned dollars.
Bet. George H. Cornelson, of Con
cord, N. C, has been elected Secretary
of the Church and Christian Educa
tion Committee by the Presbyterian
General Assembly with headquarters
in Atlanta. No better selection could
have been made for this important
We have heard it stated that the
Columbia representative of a promi
nent paper has for years been paid a
Tegular salary by two large corpora
tions who has continually been in the
courts or fighting adverse legislation.
Wonder what service he rendered for
Senaiob Bulkeley, of Connecticut,
who defended his subscriptions from
trust funds to the Republican cam
paign fund, is president of a life insur
ance company and not a fire company
as has been stated. So it was the mon
ey of widows and orphans that this |
stand pat Republican stole to help de
bauch the voters.
Poob old Stoessel! They are going j
to shoot him dead because he surren
dered Port Arthur after a six months'
heroic defense scarcely without parall
el in the annals of war. That is the j
?verdict of the Russian courtmartial.
If any thing was lef to stamp infamy
upon the Russian depotism this act
crowns that infamy.
The investigating committee is cost
ing tbe State a good round sum, but
its discoveries, so far, has amounted
to nothing of any value to the State.
Notwithstanding all the cackling done
by the anti-dispensarv press over the
"great finds" of the committee not a
man has been prosecuted as a result of
the committee's work.
The United States government is
going after the men who lynched a ne
gro in Chattanooga, taking him from
the custody' of the United States
court authorities.- A rule of con
tempt has been sought from the Su
preme Court by the Attorney General
and a number of residents of Chatta
nooga have been named as the guilty
It is just as true today ts it ever
was that the safest and most honor
able way for a man to secure a com
petence is to do it little by little, tak
ing a life time for the work. The haste
to be rich and make money fast is the
economic curse of America today.
Every man wants to draw a prize in
the business lottery and it is seldom
that he is content with small savings
and safe investments.
Some will set retributive justice in
the killing of five men by lightning at
a Sunday baseball game at Mobile,
but, as the Newbeiry Observer says,
it might have been the same if they
had been on the spot on some act of
mercy, or if it had been Saturday or
Monday. But, all the same, the Amer
ican people are fast forgetting the
commandment, '-Remember tbe Sab
both day lo keep it holy."
The Charleston Post unuks it is
about time for the dispensary investi
gating committee to wind up its work,
make its final report and gave the peo
ple an opportunity of studying the
situation and cast their ballots ac
cordingly. Our coternporary must
posseses its soul in patience. The corn
mi tee will wind up when its appro
priation is spent and when it thinks
its reports will do the most good for
The Question of Taxation.
The tine reason for the prominence
of the tariff question and other tax
questions lies in the fact that taxation
is always with us, go where we will.
It is like a shadow that clings to us
until we reach the grave. President
Madison, writing to John Adams, in
1818, about the discussions of the tax
ing power in the convention which
framed the Federal Constitution, said:
"The attempts to distinguish between
legislation on the subject of taxes and
other subjects terminated in the dis
closure that no such distinction exist
Taxation, therefore, enters as an ele
ment into all legislation, and is the
basis of all. If it bears equally upon
persons in proportion to their ability
to pay, it is just. If it discriminates in
favor of any person, corporation, or
class, against any other person, corpor
ation, or class, it is unjust. A protec
tive tariff necessarily and avowedly
makes such discriminations, and is
therefore unjust. It can only be sus
tained upon the ground that injustice
is right, because it results in prosperi
ty to certain individuals and corpora
tions. Piracy, high-way robbery, and
larceny could be sustained by the same
If a few men were privileged by law
to loot every ship and every city they
could find, and rob every person they
met, the privileged class would soon
I become as prosperous as the trusts and
monopolies which have grown up under
the Dingley Tariff, and for the very
same reason?they would get some
ing for nothing under the operation of
law. The law in the one case would be
the shelter of rugged and bloody men,
and the law in the other case would be
and is, a shelter for soulless corpora
tions and trust magnates; with tne
same general results?the accumula
tion of all wealth in a few hands. A
law licensing highwaymen, pirates and
thieves to take all of every man's prop
erty above a certain amount in the
name of taxation, would be more di
rect and more honest than the tariff
law which the stand-patters are so
The President is, therefore, more
honest than the majority of his party,
when he boldly advocates confiscation
as a refuge from the effects of the
Dingley tarriff, which the stand-pat
ters seek to perpetuate. And the-?buse
of power in the name of taxation,
which he proposes, violates the consti
tution no more flagrantly than the
orotective tariff does. But between
the two evils, the honest man will
choose neither. Both schemes prove
by their glaring iniquties, that a grad
uates income tax, which would take
only from those who are able to spare
something from their surplus revenu
es, and only in proportion to such abil
ity, is, after all, the only just solution
of the Federal tax question, and, there
fore, of all other questions of legisla
tion; there being at the bottom no dis
tinction between legislation on the
subject of laxes and on other subjects.
Heaven tor Old Maids.
Is there really "no room in heaven
for an old maid," as a prominent min
ister in a Northern city recently de
clared? Coming with the seriousness
and solemnity of a pulpit utterance,
the assertion, which might serve as a
passable, though ancient, joke, be
Marriage is broadening in its ten
dencies and in its effects disciplining;
but can it entirely reform or change
the nature of either man or woman?
Women certainly do not always stay
ringle from choice. Singleness is not
always a deliberate sin. As society is
at present, the meetings which result
in marriage are purely accidental, and
if the right man does not present him
self, is a woman to be blamed for not
taking one of whom she does not ap
prove and for whom she does not care?
When we speak slightingly of the "old
maid" we allude not so much to the
fact that she has passed her youth
without marrying as to the character
istics of the narrow life, such as timi
dity, coldness, loquaciousness or fin
ickiness which prevent comradship.
But these characteristics also apply to
many men and to many married wo
men. By nature woman is much bet
ter than man. Angels are likened to
her, that heaven may be brought
down to the level of man's comprehen
s'on. Thousands of old maios who,
through devotion to parents, sacrifice
for others or application to work, have
permitted opportunities for marriage
to pass them by, are of spotless souls,
whose unselfish lives bring much of
heaven down to earth. Only the wings
are lacking to carry them to Paradise.
The preacher who would shut tnern
out of heaven either knows little about
what heaven is for, or is incapable of
appreciating what qualities tit people
for a home in that biessed place. It is
astonishing what rot is uttered frcrn
the pulpit sometimes.
Good For the 8onl.
The Wall Street News, which is a
reputable financial journal of New
York, and which did all it could to
defeat Mr. Bryan in 1896, makes this
"However desirable it was to defeat
the free silver agitation in l.sOG. did
the end justify the means employed to
accomplish that defeat? lo is not too
much to f?ay that the money spent in
1896 to prevent the election of Bryan
resulted in oolitical debauchery, such
as was never belore experienced in the
United States, and from which the pol
itics and business of this country have
not even yet recovered. Ir is not far
from the trut h to say that the country
has suffered more by reason of the po
litical corruption of the 1896campaign
than it would have suffered from the
iriumpbof free silver, lamentable as
that would have been. B yau's tri
umph of free silver would have given
the markets a terrible shock, but Hry
an could not have really done much
harm in a practical way, and the coun
try would have made a speedy recov
ery from the disaster, but it will use
many years to recover from the effects
of tbe political debauchery which has
been brought about by tbe abuse of
millions of dollars in political cam
Those who were in a position to
know say that old Mark Hanna bad a
corruption fund in 1896 of $18,000,000
to defeat the people's choice in the
election of that year, much of which
was contributed by so-called Demo
crats of the Grover Cleveland stripe.'
Is it any wonder that the country is
still feeling the effects of the debauch
ery brought about by the use of such a
corruption fund? An honest open
confession, like the one made by the
News, ought to humilate the so-called
Democratic newspapers in the South
who helped Mark Hanna with his six
teen million dollars in corruption mon
ey defeat the honest and fearless Dem
ocrat, William Jennings Bryan. Chick
ens will come home to ioost.
*n ObjPCt Ijppsoa.
The standpatters should keep their
eyes on Brother Taft, he is such a
"little American" that he hasordered
the Panama Commission to buy 20,
000 barrels of British cement instead
of patronizing the home made article,
produced by the cement trust. It is
I true that he saved the government 37
j cents a barrel, or $7.400, on this one
Ideal, which the trust loses over and
above a fair profit and if he continues
this patriotic policy the trust, that
control the price of other articles used
at Panama, will lose in the same
proportion. The American consumer
c$ cement and other trust products
must buy on less favorable terms than
fc is own government as long as the Re
publican politicians refuse to revise j
the tariff that protects the trust and |
the American people continue to elect
The Fairfax Enterprise, edited by
Mrs. Virginia D. Young, a sketch of
whose life we publish this week, says:
"Once we women have access to the
polls men will crowd there as if it was
Such a little while to right the wrong
Sucht a' little while to finish tasks be
Such|a litle while to love and live, and
Dear God! ah, such a little while!
Such fleeting nights to dream our
Such hurrying days to gather stray
So many storms and su^h a little
And we lean on Death's strong arm.
A little time, and yet our hearts are
Our sweetest story oft' is left untold.
We water thorn-trees with our burn
And life is over, dear God, in such an
a-down of years.
A little while and countless hearts
We do so many wrongs just for wrong's
We glory not in sin, yet dwell in guile,
And life is o'er dear God, in such a lil
Struck by- Meteor.
A meteorite struck Andrew Guyso,
of Roton Hill, near South Norwalk,
Conn., so terrible a blow that be wap
found senseless near his home with a
crushed and fractured skull. The
stone is the size of an orange, strange
ly corrugated and marked with wid
manstatten or peculiar crystalline fig
ures. Mineralogists who saw it de
clare it is unquestionably of meteoric
origin. The aerolite consists of metal
Ho Iron alloyed with a small percent
age of nickel. Its rush through the
heavens gave it a bluelsh-black color
ing. Guyso was removed to the South
Norwalk Hospital and in a moment
ary consciousness declared that as he
was walking home he saw a flash in
the aky and was suddenly struck down
as if by lightning. Dr. Jean Dumor
tler operated upon Guyso, and it is
said he may live.
Bled In Charleston.
Mr. T. B. Stokes, who at one-time
lived In this city with Mrs. Cal. Bru
ner, died at the residence of his son,
Mr. Walter Stokes, Irl Charleston on
last Saturday, and his remains were
brought to Orangeburg and interred in
Sunnyside Cemetery beside bis wife,
who died in this city a few years ago.
The summons came suddenly but it
found blm ready, as he had lived tbe
life of a true Christian. He had a
large circle of friends here and else
where, who will be pained to bear of
his death. He leaves four children
to mourn his death. He was about
seventy years of age, and was a con
sistent member of tbe M?thodlst
A dispatoh from New York says
under conditions that indicate murder
the body of a young woman was found
Sunday on tbe Bronx shore of the
Harlem river. The body was scantily
clad and around tbe neck was tightly
fastened a nose or cord. An autopsy
showed that death probably was not
due to drowning but the condition of
the body which had evidently been in
the water for several weeks was such
as to make it impossible to determine
the precise cause of death. The body
was that of a woman about) 25 years
Tbe Bmm May see.
Referring to the several bills intro
duced in congress oroviding for the
removal of the tariff for the benefit of
San Francisco, the Chicago Record
Herald says: "The question is not
one of opening the tariff controversy,
but giving tbe earthquake cities the
help they need." But id ought at least
to serve to open the eyes of some of
those who have been b mded by the
raise pleas of republican stand pat
A bull fighter recently carrlpd awa>
*rom the City of Mexloo 8140,000, fo
twenty-two bull-fignting performei
ONE CASH REGISTER, 200 Cloak
Hangers, One Very Large Pire
Proof Safe, One Large Mirrow. Apply
to 1. Rich,
Real Estate Agent,
Orangeburg, S. C.
Saw Logs Wanted.
SPOT CASH PAID FOR SAW]
loss delivered to my mill in Or
ange burg. For particulars apply at I
mill. D. A. Spbxnkle.
5 31-6. *
SEVERAL DAY AND PERMAN
ent boarders can be accommodated
by Mrs. V. Smith, corner Orat ge and
Glover Streets. J 5-31-4. "
TXR. CLIFTON OF ORANGE
XJ burg will be in Cameron 7 and 8th
o June will be in town all Mot day and
Tuesday, with ?ne instruments to do
Eye, Ear, Nose and throat work. Come
to see him. Have your eyes fitted with
the right kind of glasses, ground to fit
your particular case. Headquarters at
Drug Store All examinations free of
charge, come early, cannot remain
over Tuesday, the 8th.
Notice to Creditors.
ALL PERSONS HAVING claims
against the estate of the late)
Thomas W. Bruce wilt present the
same properly proven and all persons |
indebted to said estate will make pay
ment to Raysor & Summers, Attorneys
Orangeburg. S. C,or to the under
signed, Branchville, S. C-, on or before
the twenty iiinth day of June, 1906.
6-25-4 Joseph P. Bruce,
Qualified Executor of the last Will
and Testament of Thomas W. Bruce,
Notice of Ffnal Discharge.
"DLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT
-L on the thirtieth day of June
1906, the undersigned will file bis
final account as executor of the last
will and testament of Thomas, W.
Bruce, deceased, with the Judge ofj
Probate, for the County of Orange
burg, S. Ci and will thereupon ask
for Letters Dismissory.
Joseph P. Bruce,
Qualified Executor of the Last Will]
and Testament of Thomas W. Bruce,
Charleston, S. C.
jEntrance examinations will be held
in the County Court House on Friday,
July 6, at 9 a. m. One free tuition
Scholarship to each county of South
Carolina awarded by the County Supt.
of Education and Judge of Probate.
Board and furnished room in Dormi
tory, 811 a month. All candidates for I
admission are permitted to compete)
for vacant Boyce Scholarships which
pay 8100a year. For catalogue and!
ALL PERSONS HAVING
claims against the estate of the
late Jam* s McPherson will prese t the
same properly verified, and ail persons
inoebted to the said estate will make
Louise W. McPherson,
5-10-4 Qualified Executrix.
Fish! Fish! Fish!
TI7HY GIVE 121 AND 15 CENTS
t v per pound for beef stake when
you can get nice fresh water perch,
brea^ and mountain trout at J. M.
Way They are much cheaper and
bettu Phone 106.
AGENTS ;,jBS ORANGEBURG
County to write Life Insurance
for the Best Old Line Company in the
U. S. Large commissions paid. Write
or call on H. C. Wannamaker,
At People's Bank, Oranjrebu rg, S. C
Ice! Ice! (ce!
T. M. WAY HAS OPENED HIS
d ice house in full blast. Secure your
coupons or have the right change to
CAN FRANCISCO EARTH
O quake Disaster; Thousands killed
and injured. 8500,000,000, worth of
property destroyed. Full and authen
tic story told by survivors and eye
witnesses. Largest and best book,
best illustrated, 80 per cent profit to
agents. Freight paid. Credit given
Outfits free. S nd 4?two cent stamp.
for postage. Address Cooper & Co.,
134 Lake Street Chicago, 111
WE HAVE A SECOND HAND
Steinway Piano in perfect order
that we are offering at a price three I
time less than It Is worth. If you
want it, be quick as it will not be with
us long at the price we?ask.
TnE Marchant Music Co.,
5-3-tf. Orangeburg, S. C.
Notice of Discharge.
(\W JUNE 7,1906, I WILL FILE
\J with the Judge of Probate for
Orangeburg County, S. C, my final
account as administrator of W. L.
Cain, deceased, and will thereupon
ask for my discharge as such adminis
trator. Leonidas Cain,
One 50 H. P. Lidell Automatic En
One 60 H. P. Erie City Boiler.
One Drag Saw.
One Cut Off Saw.
Ore Self Feed Rip Saw.
One Broom Handle Lathe.
One Hoe Handle Lathe.
Two Pulishing Drums.
One Hand Lathe.
One Large Grind Stone and Stand.
Two Car Loads short lengths of Ash,
Walnut, Persimmon and Dogwood.
One hundred feet of Shafting.
One lot Shafting Hangers.
One lot Pulleys
125 Doz. Base Ball Bats.
The above is situated in a two-story
factory building, dimensions 50x100ft.,
with ell attached 30x50ft, two stories.
Lot measuring 200 feet frontage and
524 feet in depth. Rail Road into the
yard. In a cesirable part of the city
of Orangehurg, S. C. This property
will be sold in part or in whole. It can
be utilized for most any kind of enter
prise* For full particulars.apply to
Jas. L. Sims,
Orangeburg, S. C.
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
geal Estate Agent,
Orangeburg, 8. C.
M;Y CELEBRATED STALLION
1 "LIEUTENANT" will be at
Albrecht's Stable, Orangeburg, from
theTllth to 23d of Jane, and a'ter tbat
the first three davs in each week until
Jtfy 23. W. H. TAYLOR,
/^NE LOMBARD BOILER 15 H. P.
! M one Erie Engine 10 H. P. one 50
Saw Pratt gin, feeder and condensor,
one Boss Press in good order apply to
F. L. Witt,
5-17-3mos. North, S. C.
pOTTON BATTEN FOR MAK
KJing mattresses and comforts for
[ sale at 10 cents per pound.
3-29 Orange Mills.
f\8E 60 SAW WINSHIP GIN.
\J Feeder and Condenser in first class
running order. Also one 50 saw Pratt
Gin and Condenser with Van W inkle
Feeder. The above outfits are offered
at a very reasonable price. Call on or
address. T. V. Baib,
5- 10-4* _Elloree, S. C.
f^NE BROWN GIN 70 SAWS,
v/ Feeder and Condenser. In good
condition, comparatively but little
used. Also Iron Press, good condition,
did entirely satisfactory work last sea
son. Abovft will be sold cheap lor
cash. Chables St- G. Sinxleb,
6- 10-4* Eutawvilie, S. C.
Notice to Creditors.
ALL PERSONS HAVING
claims against the estate of W.
L. Cain, deceased, are required to
prove the same before me, on or before
June 7,1906, or be debarred payment.
Leonid as Cain,
Real Estate Loans.
MONEY TO LOAN ON ORANGE
burg County real estate we al
ways have, at the lowest current rates
Call and see us or write us. If you
have money to invesL. we will put it
out for you on gilt edged real estate se
curities Glaze & erbebt,
Orangeburg, S. C. Att'y's. au Law.
FOR J UDOrE OP PliOBAl-h.
t hereby announce my candidacy for
JL re-election to the office of Probate
Judgeeic, subject to the Democratic
primary. Robt. E Copes.
Iannounce myself a candidate for
the Houae of Representatives suo
ject to the rules or the Democratic
primary. A. J. Hydrick, Jr.
Ihereby announce myself a candi
date lor re-election to the office of
county Auditor, subject to the Demo
I cratic Primary.
T. M. McMICHAEL.
Iannounce myself a candidate for re
election to the office of County
Treasurer, subject to rules governing
Ihereby announce myself as a candi
date for County Supervisor of Or
[ angeburg County, subject to the ac
I tion of the Democratic primary.
F. J. D. Felder.
PLEDGING MYSELF TO ABIDE
Jl result of Democratic Primary, I
[announce myself 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 my
duty with all of the energy ana intelli
gence I possess.
May 18 1906. Olin M. Dantzler.
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. BOUSER.
n^o the Democratic Voters of Or
X angeburg County:
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' meto
the office, a continuance of my best
and undivided efforts for the advance
ment of the educational interests of
the County, I hereby announce rav
self a candidate for another term,
subject to the action of the Democra
Very truly and resoectfully,
Stiles R. Mellichamp.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
t announce myself a candidate for
j. County Commissioner, su.ject to
rules governing the Democratic pri
maries. Luther J. Smith.
t am in the race for re-election to the
JL office of County Commissioner sub
ject to rules governing Democratic
primary. A. f. faibey.
t hereby announce myself a candi
? date for the office of County Com
missioner at the approaching primary.
If elected will do all 1 can to serve the
public faithfully and intelligently. I
pledge myse f to abide the result of
the Democratic primary.
Ihereby announce myself as a
candidate lor County Commis
sioner, and pledge myself to abide the
icsult of the Democrat ic Primaries.
Having rilled the office for nearly two
years, 1 have endeavored to faithfully
discharge 'he duties of the offi;e, and
ask for re-election on my record.
* Thomas D. A. Livingston.
My health hiving sufficiently im
prover5, I nave decided to yield
to the repeated requests of my friends
and hereby offer m)self as a candidate
for the office of County ( oinmissiouer.
If elected 1 promise to work for the
very best interests of the public and
to ."bide the result of the Democratic
Primary. Yours any duty,
D. M. WESTBURY.
Ihereby announce myself a candi
date for Magistrate in the Tenth
Judicial District subject to the De
mocratic primary. J.F. Htjtto.
To Wilmington, N. C.,and Return.
Via Atlantic Coast J ine
? ACCOUNT V .
Carolina Summer School,
WRIOHTSVILLE, N. C.
Tickets on sale June 14th. 15th and 16th. good to return until
Jun e 25th. For further infoimation communicate wilh nearest
Agent, or write
W. J. Craig, A
Passenger Traffic Manager,
Wilmington N. C. A
and. Basket: JPicnic
By and Far The Benefit Of
The Yonng America Steam Fire Engine Co.
Orangeburg to Eutaw Springs,
Thursday, June 7th, 1906. 1
rinr ADULTS - - - - 85 cents.
rflnC CHILDREN ander 12 years 75 cents.
ri/EDVDflflV hinted To Go.
IfiUOudlMWiu Guaranteed a Seat
Do Not Miss
For the next thirty days we hs,ve some extra
ordinary bargains to offer in
le sure to either come to see us or write us.
Organs from $10.00 tip.
Pianos from $50.00 up.
The Marchant Music Co.
Orangeburg, S. C.
Scholarship and Entrance Exam instlon
The examination for the award of
vacant scholarships in Winthrop Col
lege and for the admission of new
students will be held at the Coun y
Court Hou^e on Friday, July 6th, at
Oa.m. Applicants must tot be less
than fifteen years of age. When
scholarships are vacated after July 6,
they will be awarded to those 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 woruh $100 and free
tuition. The next session will open
September 19th, 1906 For furtuer
information and catalogue, address
Puns. D. B. Johnson. Rock Hill,S.U.
Money to Loan
(XN FARMING LANDS. Long
V/time. No co mission charged.
Borrower pays actual cost of perfect
nnloan. For further information
address: John B. Palmer & Son
3* Box 282. Columbia. S. C.
ENOUGH BALED OAT STRAW
to'supply Orangtburg County at
$8.00 per ton, delivered, Cameron.
Nearly as good as limothy at Jess
than half price. Jas. M. Moss.
, Have you an eye, ear, nose or throat?
Does anything in this line give you
trouble? No use to suffer, come to my
office and get cured I will cure you and
charge you litt le. If 1 fail it costs you
nothing, charges very light, examina
tions free Come to see meat once.
Scsville Building over Crangeburg
Back. Rooms 13,14,15,16.
Jkssk A Clifton, M. D.
Notice to Credi or*.
4 LL PERSONS HOLDING
J\ claims against the estate of John.
1). Livingston, deceased, will present
the same properlv proven on or before
the 18th day of June, 19u6 or he de
barred payment, a> d all persons in
debted to said estate wili make pay
ment on or before the said dato, to
the undersigned or to R ysor & Sum
mers, attorneys, Orangeburg. S. C.
5-15-4. Philip K Livingston,
Qualified Administrator of the estate
of John D. Livingston, deceased.
INotice of Final Di-charge.
DLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT
A on the 19th day of June, 1906, the
undersigned will tile his final ac ouob
as administrator of the estate of John.
D. Livingston, deceased, with t?e
Judge of Probate, fur the County of.
Orangeburg, S. C, and will thereupoa
ask for Letters Distnis!,ory.
5-15-4. Philip K. Livingston,
Qualified Administrator of the,
of John D. Livingston, dec