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?BS. VIEGHJIA D. YOUVCr,
By Bln. Olive R Gnnbj In- Barnweli
In a New York editor's office one
day, the sanctum of a great news
paper that wields Influence, a woman
who was doing her little best in the
world of letters was introduced to Mr.
Wm. Lloyd Garrison, son of that
Boston man who did things. ?
"You came from South Carolina?"
he inquired with a polite interest.
"Oht- yesl That Is Mrs. Young't
State," said he. "You know Mrs.
Young?" Mr. Garrison along with
Mr. Cart's, Higglnson and other
worthy advocates of suffrage for wo
lean know Mrs. Young as a woman
Suffragist hence It happens t^atln
circles of advanced views Mrs. Young
, and South Carolina are bracketed
together, one and indissoluble. *t
The woman's right movement, 'tis
said, doss poorly In South Carolina.
But Mrs. Young is upholding the
banner and getting in an entering
wedge wheresover she can. Those
who have seen her at home, feel that
?she is creating the best possible senti
ment in favor of her cult by reason of
the dainty home atmosphere she
maintains, and her genuine devotion
to her husband's comfort and Interest.
A most definite characteristic of this
woman pioneer is that she elevates
the commonplace duties of life into
pleasures and contrives that every
thing shall be sweet and clean and
purely wholesome within her gates.
Woman acquainted with our languor
ous climate that invites to a ham
mock and a book oftener than to ae
tive employment will appreciate the
?n remitting personal supervision re
quired to keep things fresh and at
tractive in a household.
"I always strain the milk myself
as soon as it comes in," she explains,
excusing herself for this purpose.
And next morning if up early enough
you will find her working the pats of
batter and planning for its accommo
dation in the milk safe. Every par
ticular about this milk safe Is a poem
in parity. The shelves spread with
white surfaced papers, easily removed
and replaced, the tins glistening in
the morning sunshine.
The cartoonists who depict the wo
man's rights advocates in the comic
papers as grotesque figures, garbed in
strange attire, swaggering forth with
hatchets or banner to break down es
tablished customs, ought to see Mrs.
Young working her butter, or beating
np- biscuit, feeding her chickens or
gathering eggs, culling roses or set
ting forth her dainty breakfast table.
Then tbey might get some fresh
ideas on female suffrage. She would
be sure to talk while they were there,
and whatever she talks about she en
ters into with her whole heart. She
believes in herself and that is why
you believe in her after you n eet her.
You may not subscribe to her doc
trines altogether but upon hearing
her discourse you are more apt to Bee
the reasonableness of arguments as
the puts them.
A short-haired freak tampering
vrtth theories far beyond her and from
whose presence the orderly and
beauty-loving flee from boredom per
sonified, this is the accepted idea of
the woman suffragist?that is, tbe
bid conservative South. But Mrs.
Young refutes this both in appear
ance and in manner of daily livirg
While she talks you listen and are
glad to listen, which is more than can
be said of a goodly number of the
. talkers of the earth.
She will relate how successfully the
women are moving things politically
out in Idaho and Colorado and othei
parts. She will tell of tbe young wo
man legislator she) knows, whe
"thinks up bills" for public improve
ment the while she nurses ber baby
and what this, that or tbe other cele
brity she knows Is doing from pulpit
press or platform. There is a joke In
staid old Boston that the folks there
stay nader dormant somewhat like a
whale, and have to come "up" every
now and then in New York to breatbe
. freely. Just so women abiding la the
tranquil, long established lines of
thought g?t a whiff of a largpr, mon
Charged atmosphere in Mrs. Young's
t?fk~. BimirJlgceiices of conventions
here, tnere and yon, of trips to
Washington on public mission of
press club confabulations and such.
She will g've a vlved word-picture of
Bj08evelt's cordial bearing towards
her when in Charleston, and tell what
other public men say and do as to wo
Mrs. Y.-ung edits and prints a
weekly newspaper in her own neust
and writes essays and articles for tbe
various woman's rights organs. She
has written three books, all printed
in Boston and all bringing out clearly
her views as to, woman's conventional
Rtatus in society. There is a Btrong
vein of religion in her books. And a
plea for the beauty of whoiescmfnibs
as portrayed In the love of whatso
e'er is gocd, pure and true in human
A woman of tmall stature and pro
portions, she is evidence that spirit
and not matter count most in affairs.
Her first pubiio work began witn tbe
starting of a Sunday school at the
local country church when Fairfax
was only a handful of houses. Later
she embarked In the work Ml> s Wil
lard loved and distinguished. G.adual
ly Mrs. Young was led into larger
views of womac'p sphere, and the
leaders of the suffrage cause gladly
welcomed her influence and her arti
cles. Now in her sunny secluded
Carolina home she follows zealously
the same line of thought and praoiioe
that Mrs Cady Stanton exampled In
ber New York apartment, the narrow
rcoms of which so often held groups
of deigbtful, intellectual wotntn,
glad to hi Id converse with the high
minded dame and her interesting
circle or intimates.
A culef charactestic of Mrs. Young,
and all fc'iffrag sts, Is that toey ex
amii e critically all accepted luies for
won ei '& doings before tney subscribe
?'Wt-y sbouln a wife have to bt
younger than her husband? I'm not
sure u.a> tae mostzood results i ert
from," or e of Mrs. Young's took th
roes is n ale to say. As all ti e vor Id
knov.8, tyi a body to so question h
flouiirg the very narrow ui nccepted
theory. It meansth at in the cent
of the husband's failing, of being
weak, the mate could "all the bettor
supplant him in heading the house
hold. It mere than intimates that
mere man does not hold tbe wholt
earth in tbe centre of his grasp Ir
means?but I will leave everybody tc
figure ont for him or herself, what il
means, er ?bat it leads to.
Onohea to Death.
A horrible accident occurred at
Jonesvi'le in Union County on Satur
day morning. Eufus Smith, a c :lor*
ed laborer in the dye plant of the
Joneaville Manufacturing company
was caught in the shafting and so
dashed airainst the ceiling before tbe
engine c uld be stopped, that many
bones were broken, as a result of
which he diad five hours later. A
belt had slipped frcm the pulley ai d
Smith was standing on one of the
chrome machines attempting to put
it back when by a caerless movement
be stumbled and throwing out hie
hand, In wbicb be bad a wet stocking,
caught on tbe shafting and in an in
stant it drew blm np and was whirl
ing blm through tb* air
Tried toJEtscep .
A dispatch from Greensboro, N. GL,
says John B. McMillan, 25 years oldK
wbo W88 oonvioted in that oity f01'
forgery and sentenced to two years
imprisonment on tbe county roads
was shot to death near there early
Thursday morning, while making a
sensational da*h for liberty McMillan
with four other onvicts got awaj
from the guards, wbo opened fire
upon them killing Jesse Thomas, a
negro, instantly, and mortally wound
ing McMillan. The latter was taker
to the hospital at High Point, where
he died several hours later. Before
bis death he admitted that his right
name was not M Millan but Brent A
Morey, the son of a prominent Gitiwi
of Lexington, Zy. v
RESTORED TO HEALTH.
THANKS TO PE-RU-N4
Friends Were Alarmed
Advised Change of Climate.
Miss Mildred Keller, 718 13th street,
N. W., Washington, D. C, writes:
**I can safely recommend Perona for
catarrh. I had it for years and it would
respond to no kind o? treatment, or if it
did it was only temporary, and on the
slightest provocation the trouble would
"I was in such a state that my
friends were alarmed about me, and 1
was advised to leave this climate.
Then I tried Peruna, and to my great
ioy found it helped me from the first
dose I took, and a few bottles cured
MJt built up my constitution, I re
trained my appetite, and I feel that I
am perfectly well and strong."-Mildred
We have on Hie many thousand testi
monials like the above., We can-give,
our readers only a slight glimpse of the
vast array of unsolicited endorsements j
Dr. Hartman Is receiving,
REVISED FORMULA?"For a
number of years requests havo
come to me from a multitude of
gra'esul friends, urging that Pe-ru
na be given a slight laxitive quality.
T have been experimenting with a
laxitive addition for quite a length
of time, and now feel gratified to
announce to the friends of Pe-ru-na
that I have incorporated such a
a quality in the medicine which, in
mv opinion, can only enhance its
well well-known beneficial charac
"S. B Hartman, M. TV'
Friday Morning at 9 o'clock, June 1, I will commence a sale to run to
the 9th of June. We will offer values that will supprise our manv custo
mers beyond measure. Our Spring business has been the largest we have
ever had. As the Summer opens we wish to give our customers a chauce
to get new goods at very much i educed prices.
Every line of goods will be priced specially for this JUNE SALE, which
opens Friday, June 1st and closes Saturday, June 9th. No tickets will be
given during this SAi/E and sales will be for cash on account of the low
prices we offer.
With every purchase of $5.00 or
over we will sell 14 yards of the best
10c Bleaching, 36 in wide, Andros
coggin, Barbers or Hill. Only 14
yards to a customer,
2250 yards of 40in white lawn (as
before). This is a very fine lot at 5c
One lot of Dress Ginghams worth
7 and 8c, will be put on sale at 5c
15piecP8 of Madras and piques,
new 190G goods, will be put in at 8c
This lot is fine for suits and waists.
500 Ladies' fine Ribbed Vest, 10c
value at 5c.
3 Poinilla Suiting, ask for it.
Lot of 36 in percale, the best 10
and 12g- value, whde they last, June
Sale price 8c. /
One bale of 3G in Best qua]ity Sea
Island, the kind that is selling at 7c
to go at 5vC. ?
Lot of Silk Mull, all colors, fancy
flowers, worth 25 and 35 c, June
Sale price 17 ic. ?
French Lawns, Persian Lawns,
India Linen, Linens, Val Laces, in
fact every thing for summer will be
specially priced at this June sale.
The best line of flowered lawns,
large and small figures, sold any
where at 10c. Sale price 8c.
Embroiderys, you all know what
it means to buy them from Moseley'e.
We will close out every piece left in
our line at 10 and 12/,-c. This is a
rare chance to get what you need in
match sets. ,
Lot of new fronting Band, very
Stylish and much used. Price 20 to
05 c per yard. Goods worth 25 to
$1.00 a yard.
Choice of all-over Fmbroideries at
50c a yd. * Worth 65 to $1.25 a yd.
Lot of wide Corset Covers at 20c.
Goods worth 25 to 35 c a yd.
Collars, Wash Belts and Ties.
New line of Val Laces just in for this special June Sale.
ATLANTIC BEACH HOTEL
WILL PPr N SEASON 1906, JUNE I.
IMPROVEMENTS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.
Notwithstanding that before the opening of last season the Hotel was
thoroughly overhauled, experience demonstrated many needed additions
wh ch have since betn made for the season of 1906.
DINING ROOM. \
This department has and will at all times receive the most careful atten
tion, it will be the neatest, most complete and best appointed of Hotel dining
rooms, light and airy by day and brilliantly illuminated by night.
Needed improvements have been made to the Bath House, electric lights
and shower baths added, new board walk from Hotel, courteous aLd attentive
attendants always on band.
Boating, fishing, music, concerts, dancing, crabbing, added to by the at
tractions of the forts, fortifications, military reservations, makes Sullivan's
Island an ideal summer resort.
An electric pump bas been installed which will serve water to all parts of
the Hotel from a new cistern just completed.
The very best obtainable corps of assistants has been secured, each be
cause of their thorough fitness and experience in the positions. The house
keeping department will be presided over by a lady of years' experience. The
chefs and waiters have teen secured from leading winter resorts.
All the water used for drinking purposes at the Hotel table will be from
the famous Windsor Springs; same has been analyzed by the leading chemists
of the country, who declaje it to be absolutely pure and unrivalled as a drink
ing water by any in America.
Rates : $8, $10 and $12 per week, $2.50 per day. For further information,
etn., apply to
JOHN J. COHEN, Jr., Manager.
735 Broad Street, /ugusta. Ga., or Atlantic Peach Botel, 3foultrieville.
Big Muslin Underwear Sale For One Week.
LOT NO 1.
One lot of skirts nicely made ex
tra wide, wortb. 75c and 1 00 at 50c
LOT NO 4.
One lot of pants worth 50c choice
LOT NO 7.
All our 1.00 shirt waist at 75c.
LOT NO 10.
All our while suits beautifully
trimmed. Sells for 3.00 and 3.50
LOT NO 2.
One lot of night gowns long and
wide well worth 1.00 and 1.25
LOT NO 5.
All our corset covers sell at 1.00
and 1.25 choice 75c.
LOT NO S.
All our 50c waist at 35c.
LOT NO 11. ,
One of our best values in this
sale. All o - 2 00 and 2.50 top
skirts in black blue and brown,
choice of lot 1.21.
LOT NO 3
One lot of corset covers extra
quality at 25c.
LOT NO 0.
All our 1.25 and 1.50 gowns best
quality choice 1.00.
LOT NO 9."
Extra big value one lot of lawn
suits worth 2.000 and 2.50 choice
We will give some of the best
values in this line wo have ever offer
ed before. We will also add to this
sale all our lawn and wash suits at
a big reduction, these goods must go
regardless of value.
We guarantee tatisfaction or money refunded. No matter what prices are quoted you, we are always lower
J. C. Pike, Jr., Inc.
Successor to Mrs. Angie C. Wilson.
Great Mill and Factory
Begins Saturday, June 2nd, and Lasts Ten Days. ?
$10,000. worth of goods bought by the Syndicate from the Greut Mills and Factories, shipped direct to this
Btore will be sold at from one fourth to one half less than regular price.
This is our fifth Syndicate sale, this will be the greatest sale of all. Aa before Sol Kohn peisonally guar
antees the goods sold in this sale.
Claflin's Big Sale.
200 pre Flowered Organdie from the
Big Claflin Sale. Fine goods worth
10c to 15c a yard, all up-to-date pat
terns and the latest colors 5c a yard.
10 cents a yard.
30 in Real Butcher Linene, strong
round thread weave. Looks like and
wears like Pure Linen. Grand for
Skirts, Eton Suits and Children'b
Dresses. 10 cents.
4 for 25 cents.
2,000 Ladies' Gauze Ribbed Vests,
with wide tape in neck and sleeves
They are white, elastic and durable
A wonderful vest for the low price?
?1 for a au arter.
Ladies' Patent Kid Oxfords,
wide ribbon laces $2 22
Ladies gun metal Blucher Oxf. 2 22
Ladies Ideal Pat. Gibson Ties 1:98
Godman's famous Pat Bluchers 1.88
Misses ideal Pat Colt Bluchers 1.57
Children's Vici Kid Oxfords 98
Children's white canvas oxfords 73
75c Gilt Belts, neuer tarnish $ 39
$2.50 gold, silk Parasols, Per
Childs lace Hose, white, black
$1.00 Leather Hand Bags
25c Postal Albums
Hofi Fiber Rugs, sanitary and
10c Sea Shell Pearl Buttons
25c all silk Windrow Ties
Lovely White Cannon Cloth
3 cents a yard.
2,500 yds Beantiful Flowered Lawn,
all pretiy designs, absolutely fast
color. Big Bargain at 5c, stall more
the wonder as Syndicate Price is 3c.
$2.98 a Box.
Box contains 12 yards bleached pure
Line.i Suiting usually sold at 50c.
a yard. The biggest linen value
ever offered in Orangeburg. 12
10 cents a Belt.
A Cracker-jack value of the Sale.
White Embroidered Belt, with silk
lawn piping, elegantly finished and
in every way a 25c belt. Sale price 10c
Kobn's Emporium Willi Be Crowded With Barains.
$1.25 Blk Taireta 36 inch.
36 inch white Jap Silk worth (iOe.
Jap Silk, all colors, a big value.
FINK DRESS GOODS.
4() inch black Brilliantlne.
40 inch black Panama.
38 inch Silk Batiste.
FINE COTTON GOODS.
15c col'd swiss Organdie.
20c Mercerized Muslins.
20c col'd French Organdie.
Good check Ginghams. 4c
Fast color Merrimack Calico.? 4ic
Dimpson 3-4 Percales. 5$c
81 00 white Quilts for.72c
81.25 Marsailles Quilts.98c
81.50 extra large Quilts.1.19
10c Values for. 5c
12lc and 15c goods for. 8*c
17* and 20c values for. 10c
Fine W?i e Lawn.
15c white India Linon. 9c
Silky Persian Lawn. 12c
45 inch French Lawn. 22c
VALS AND TOHCDON8.
300 German round thread val. 5c
500 extra fine En-lish v:iIs. 5c
400 Real Linen Torchon. 5c
12R- buck towels. 8c
15c buck towels. 10c
20c turkish towels. 12c
60c table damask.42c
81 bleached damask.66c
1.25 Satin damask.88c
Mill and Factory Syndicate Sale
at Kohn's D"porium.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. ?<vl?
Seven MflGon boxes sold in past 12 months. TMS Signatare, ?
in Two Days.
y^rvin^s" box, 25c*