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The Times and Democrat.
Orangeburg, s. C."
. Mb. Bryan is to deliver a Fourth of
July oration in London; He will
wake up slow going Old John Bull.
Japan may be administering Korea
. "for the good of the governed" as some
claim, but the Koreans do not appear
- to have found it out.
' The Abbeville Medium says: Dr.
Cliiton was a gallant soldier, a good
citizen and a true Christian." "What
more need be said of a man.
Old man Daniel Boone, who has
been dead for lo these many years has
been made the innocent incentive
for another drinking bout in old Ken
Any one who asserts that the dis
pensary system is not an improvement
on the old bar-room system, did not
live in Orangeburg when she had six
or eight license saloons and just as
many gambling hells.
Has Abe Hamberger been .found?
He seems to be a myth, but he was
made to do duty as a good witness
against certain dispensary officials, It
is up to Mr. Bristow to produce Abe
or admit that he was awfully buncoed
by the mythical personage.
r>MA Goodman, the Anarchist who
recently married a man of her own
way of thinking, says a man and wo
man should remain married as long asf
it suits their convience. Emma seems
to have embibed some of the notions
of1 the Newport society women.
The New York Evening Sun regrets
that the great impire State of New
York is "unrepresented in the Upper
House of Congress'? but it can't awak
en any answering regret on the par*
of the two political mummies who
show the salary for representing the
In a New York court last week a
man who pleaded guilty to grand lar
ceny being accused of making away
with $100,000 worth of goods was al
lowed to go free, while an ex-convict
who stole 25 cents, was sentenced to
six years in the penitentiary. This
is what we call lapsided justice.
, The Wilmington Star, in comment
ing on the announcement of a South
Carolina news paper that "Col. W.
"W. Lumkin has taken the stump
against Senator Tillman" says "no
doubt the stump will be about all he
will take as his share in the cam
paign." That is about what the gen
ial Colonel will take.
Gov. Hey ward's action in pardoning
Hoyt Hayes, a young man from Oco
nee, who was convicted and sentenced
to be hung fcr murdering his wife,
will be endorsed by all who are famil
iar with the case. We never did be
lieve that Hayes was guilty of the
crime of which he was convicted, and
we are truly glad that Gov. Hey ward
has pardoned him.
All those who believe that the
dispensary is the best solution of the li
quor question should vote for the Hon.
Richard I, Manning. He is running
on a platform which pledges him to
reform the dispensary and cut out all
in its graft administration. He can do
this if the Raysor-Manuingbill is made
a law. which will be done at the next
session of the legislature.
The Chicago Kecoid-Herald asks:
"Who. can mention a single good
thing that United States Senator
PJatt has ever done for the people?"
The Houston Post very truly says
Platt has never claimed to be a servant
of the public. He has been a political
grafter all his life and has never pre
tended to be anything else. Platt is
not sailing under false colors.
It is not sui prising to see such con
servative papers as the Washington
Star, the Baltimore Sun and the Chi
cago Tribune urging South Carolina
to send Benj. R. Tiliman back to the
Senate. They assert that the Senate
not only needs Tillman, but needs more
of them with Tillman's ability, patri
otism and immunity from corruption.
Tillman is the greatest statesman in
the Senate today, and he cannot be
bullied, bribed or bought.
Rev. L. G, Broughton, Pastor of
the biggest Baptist Church in Atlan
ta, and a man who calls a spade a
spade says th? "so-called whiskey
sellers prohibition right in that city
is one of the devil's tricks." The
whiskey men in Atlanta in their pre
tended right for prohibition may fool
some of the real, honest prohibition
ist of that city but Dr. Broughton is
one they can't fool. lie knows that
the real object of the liquor men is to
destroy the present excellent, liquor law
in force in that citj ? We have plenty
of whiskey men in South Carolina ligh
ting along the same line but none for
the man who really wants barrooms
and masquerades as a piohibitionists.
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Some time ago the Colombia Record
stated that all the members of-the
dispensary investigating committee
except Mr. Blease bad taken pay both
as committeeman and as legislators
^for^days during the recent session of
the general assembly when meetings
were held bo^h by that body and the
committee. The Record attempted to
verify that report before publishing
it. but was met by a refusal of the
chairman of the committee to answer
proper and legitimate questions as to
records of which he was the custodian.
The Record realized that" because
of the way in which the matter was
first published, other members of the
committee who as well as Mr. Blease.
had not taken double pay, naturally
felt a hesitancy about defending them
selves, as to do so would seem to cast
imputation upon the motives of those
members who had seen fit to take
double pay. So The Record put the
question squarely to each member of
the committee, as to whether he did
or did not take double pay.
Mr. Gaston has replied flatly that he
did not. So, adding Mr. Blease th^re
are two members who did not take
double pay. While Mr. Fr?ser de
clined to answer the question, for rea
sons which he gave, his home paper
publicly and some of his friends pri
vately to the Record's reporter have
entered a denial for him, which must
be taken as true. The Record openly
and publicly apologizes to Messrs. Gas
ton and Frazer and requests those
papers which copied its article as to
double pay to give circulation to the
denial that they took double pay.
-As to the-others, Senator Hay de
clined to answer the question present
ed to him in writing and in person.
Mr. Lyon returned without answer or
comment the letter ol The Record re
questing a statement from him.
Messrs Christensen and Spivey have
net replied to the letters addressed
to them on that subject. The public
will draw its own conclusiors as to
'What a Waat? or Money.
The annual military expenditures of
the several great powers of the world
are enormous. A recent issue of the
British Bluebook says the United
Kingdom spends for this purpose e:..ch
year $157,000,000; India, $100,000,?00;
000; Austria-Hungary 887,000,000;
Italy 358,000,000; Japan $24,000,000;
Russia 194,000,000; UniteH States,
$115,000,0o0 'These amounts do not
include the amount paid in pensions
by any of the goverments named: The
United States, in addition to the 8115-1
000,000 named above, pays each year.
$140,000,000 in pensions to her old
soldier. Including what she spends
for pensions, the United States spends
more than any other government, for
military purposes. Our military bur
den is the heaviest born by any nation
in the world. When we contemplate
the vast sum which tbe so-called
Christian nations of the earth spend
inHitraining soldiers, building ships,
guns and other engines to destroy men
we are almost forced to the conclu
sion that our profession of being fol
lowers of tbe meek and lowly man
who bad not where to lay his bead
while on earth is false. If we were
His followers in fact we would have
no use for these things and the money
spent, for them could be used for
other and nobler purposes. This vast
sum of money properly used would
banish poverty from the eaith and
would bring joy and happiness to the
world instead of death and destuction
as it now does.
"Whiskey In Kassau.
As every body knows Kansas is
one of the three so-called prohibition
States, but it will be seen from what
a Kansas paper says below there is no
trouble to get whiskey out there. A
man by tbe name of C. S. Jewel, of
New Castle, Pa., wrote to the Appeal
to Reason, a weekly paper of large cir
culation published at Girad, Kansas,
the following^letter: *.v -
"Prohibitionists here say that out in
Kansas they have no use for jails ?since
prohibition hai been adopted. Is that
The Appeal to Reason replied us
This will be news to Kansans. If
prohibition rules Jn Kansas it has not
been discovered. In this little town
we have five open saloons and there
are some fifty or sixty saloons in the
county. Our jails are just as full as
in Pennsylvania. Just as long as profit
can be made selling liquor it will be
sol l?according to law or in violation
of law. In Kansas prohibition does not
prohibit. Our saloons are really a
greater menace than licensed saloous.
When it is known that about three
thousand people in Kansas hold Unit
ed States Internal Revenue licences
to retail whiskey and other liquors
the statement of the Kansas paper
can easily be believed.
"The Intrusion of Liiimkin "
"Who's Lumkin?" asks the New
York Sun, which goes on to say: "A
man of that name is, or thinks he is
a candidate for the post tilled since
1895 by the Hon. Benjamin RyanTill
man. Lumkin is a colonel but that
tells us nothing. Lumkin's uncle
was a Chief Justice. Tliut throws
no light on Nephew Lumkin. Lum
kin's brother is or was a judge of the
State Supreme Court. How ooes that
help us to get a nearer view of Brother
Lumkin? The grandfather of Lumkin
was Governor of Georgia. How much
closer do we get to the business and
bosom of Grandson Lumkin thereby?
I Is Lumkin running on a grandfather's
I clause? Does he marc!) with all the
images of his illusKioi;s relatives
against Captain Ben, tin- idol of the
Palmetto citizens wiio don't care to
live on the imputed merit of their an
cestors and have thrust from power
the tine and frilled patricians that
used to wn and boss South Carolina?
Lumkin! In the name of hot pitch
and pitchforks, who, whence, where
and why is Lumkin?
Jt-i Ji. II 111 l <M
"Reeling and Rocfctng."
The Brownsville correspondent of
the Pee Dee Advocate, which is an
out and out oppouent of thejdispenaa
ry and all other forms of whiskey
selling and which is published at
Bennettsville, in the county of Marl
boro which has been a prohibition
county for over thirty years says:
"This thing of getting drunk and
reeling and rocking lrom one side of
tbe road to the otber and hollering to
the annoyance of the Sunday travel is
becoming somewhat of a nuisance.
And wLen in this condition a roan is
ever ready and on the alert for a
chance to raise a disturbance with
peaceable and law-ab ding citizens. A
stop should be put to this thing before
sod ething serious grows out of it. A
word to the wise is sufficient."
This is a bad state of affairs surely
in a prohibition county, but that does
not surprise us in tbe least. It only
shows that prohibition does not pro
hibit. It is the same way every
where. Men will have whiskey, and
it seems when they get it in an unlaw
ful way it makes them more reckless
and troublesome. This is natural,
because the people who sell whiskey
in violation of law generally sell the
very worst liquor they can buy so as to
make as much as they can out of an
illegal pusiness for the riak they run
in carrying it on. It is a great pity
that probition does not prohibit, but
it seems to be a fact that it does not.
Nun hand St. Matthews.
Both of these growing and progres
[ sive towns have been hard hit by the
fire fiend in the last ten days, and,
while both of them have suffered se
verely, we congratulate them that it
is no worse than it is. The towns tave
live, energetic business men, who will
see to it that the burned structures
within their borders will soon be re
built even better and more substan
tial than they were before the fire
desctoyed them. St. Matthews and
North have uhe sympathy of all in
tbe misfortunes that have overtaken
them, and we hope soon to see the
waste places occupied by new and
In loving memory of E. Jones Smoak
who entered into rest June 29,1905.
Though strong our love, God loved you
And has taken you to the land of rest.
A land that's free from every pain,
And there we'll hope to meet again.
To rreet beyond this vale of tears,
And banish all our doubts and fears;
And there upon the golden shore,
We hope to meet to part no more.
Picnic at Crystal Springs.
REMEMBER THE ANNUAL PIC
nie and Dancing at Hoffman's
Crystal Springs on July 4th. Come
and bring baskets. Everybody invit
! ed to attend,
Tbe Camvron Flour Mill
WILL BEGIN GRINDING ON
Monday, the 2nd day of July,
1906, and will give good service from
that date. Bring or send your wheat.
6-28-4 F. I. Culler, Manager.
Notice to Creditors.
State of South Carolina, County of
Orangeburg. In Common Pleas.
Dlanna Gilmore, Plaintiff, against
Silas Gilmore, et al etc., et al, De
Pursuant to an order in the above
I stated case all creditors against the
estate of Sank Gilmore, deceased, aie
required to prove their respective
demands before me, on or before July
14,1906, or be debarred payment.
Robert E. Copes,
Judge of Prrobate.
Scholarship and Entrance Examination
The examination for the award of
vacant scholarships in Winthrop Col
lege and for the admission of new
students will be held at the County
Court House on Friday, July 6th, at
9 a. m. Applicants must rot 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 wori/h 8100 and free
tuition. The next session will open
September 19th, 1906. For further
information and catalogue, address
Pres. D. B. Johnson. Rock Hill.S.C.
f\N JULY 5,1906,1 WILL FILE
\J with the Judge of Probate lor
Orangeburg County, S. C, my final
account, as administratrix with the
will annexed of Margaret E. Wolfe, de
ceased; and will ask for my discharge
as such administratrix.
All creditors against the estate of
said decedent will present their re
spective demands duly verified to
Wolfe and Berry, Attorneys, Orange
burg, S. C,or to me, on or before
(July 3, 1906, or North, S.C.,June 6,
1906. Ella J. Wolke,
Admx. C. T. A.
Notice to Creditors,
ALL PERSONS HOLDING
claims avainst the estate of John
R. Mack, deceased, will present same
properly proven on or before the twen
tieth day of July, 1900, or be debarred
payment, and all persons indebted to
said estate will make payment on or
before said date to Raysor & Summers,
Attys., Orangeburg, S . G, or to the
f lobence J. Mack,
Qualified Administratrix of Estate
of .John it. Muck, Deceased.
Notice to Creditors.
4 LL PERSONS HAYING claims
xl against the estate of the late
Thomas W. Bruce win present the
same properly proven and all persons
indebted to said estate wiil make pay
ment to Raysor & Summers. A ttorneys
Orangeburg.S. Cor to the under
signed, Brancbville, S. C., on or before
the twenty ninth day of June, l?U?.
(i-2")-4 Joseimi P. Bruce,
Qualified Executor of I he last Will
and Testament of Thomas W.Bruce,
ONE CASH REGISTER, 200 Cloak
Hangers, One Very Large Fire
Proof Sale, One Large Mir row. Apply
to ?t. 1. Rich,
Real Estate Agent,
Orangeburg, S. C.
-' -' ?;
Special School Tax Election.
A PETITION HAVING BEEN
.ri. signed, in^accordance with law,
by one-third (i), or more, of the elec
tors and freeholders of West Liberty
School District;, No. 41, in O'ange
ourg County, S. C, and filed with the
County Board of Education to hold an
election to determine whether an
extra levy of one (1) mill on the dol
lar shall be made for school purposes
in the district, in addition to the
three ,(3) mills we now have, we the
trustees of said school district, under
the authority of the County Board r f
Education, hereby order an election
to be held for determining this ques
tion, at Pine Hill School house in the
district, on Saturday, July 7th. li)0G,
the polls to be opened from 7 o'clock
a. m., to 4 o'clock p. m. The said elec
tion sha'l be conducted as req'med in
Section 1208 of the School law.
Geo. S. Davis, ) Trustees
J. VV. Shepfabd, y School District
M.S.Williams. ) No. 41. ,
University of South Carolina.
TnE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH
CAROLINA offers Scholarships
in the Normal Department to two
young men from each County. Each
Scholarship is worth $40 in money and
$18 matriculation or "term" fee.
Examination will be hrld at County
seat FRIDAY, JULY 6th. Exami
nation for admission to the Univer
sity will be held at the same time.
Write for information to
BENJAMIN SlOAN, President,
Columbia, S. C.
Sheriff Tax Sale.
BY VIRTUE OF A CERTAIN
tax execution to me directed, I
will sell in front of the Court House
on Monday the 2nd day of July next,
(the same being sales day) during the
legal hours of saie, Forty (40) acres
Land, Middle Township. Bounded by
lands of Albert Cain, G. S. Hutto. J.
E. Boone and Sam Footman, levied
upon as the property of Joe. P. Fer
sner and Est. Isaac Berry, terms cash.
Jno. H. Dukes,
Sheriff Orangeburg County.
Notice of Application for Final Discharge.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that on Friday the thirteenth day
of July 1906, the undersigned will file
her Final Account as Executrix of the
Will of the late Frank A. Robinson,
with the Judge of Probate of Orange
burg County; and will thereupon
apply to the said Probate Court for
her Final Discharge as such executrix.
Mary U. Robinson,
Executrix of the Will of Frank A.
Robinson, deceased. June 11.1906.
ALL TOWNS OR COMMUNI
ties in the county desiring a Coun
ty Campaign Meeting will communi
cate with J. A. "Berry, fecretary. on
or before Saturday, June 30th, 1906.
A meeting of the sub-comm ttee ap
pointed by the County Executive
Committee will be held on the above
due to determine when the campaign
will be opened and appoint the cam
paign meetings. J. A. Berry,
Notice of Final Discharge.
T>LEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT
a on the twenty first day of July,
1906, the undersigned will file her fi
nal account as administratrix of the
estate of John R. Mack, deceased,
with the Judge of Probate forOraage
burg County, S. O, and will there
upon ask for Letters DismissDry.
Florencf J* Mack,
Qualified Administratrix, Estate
6-21-4 of John R. Mack, Dec'd.
Notice to Creditors.
ALL PERSONS, IF ANY. HOLD
ing claims against the estate of
the late Frank A. Robinson deceased,
must present the same duly proven on
or before the twelfth day of July 1906;
and all persons indebted to said estate
must make payment on or before the
above date, to Glaze & Herbert, At
torneys, Orangeburg, S. O, or to the
undersigned. Mary U. Robinson.
June 11,1906. Executrix, North, S. C.
Have you an eye, ear, nose or throat?
Does anything in this line give you
trouble? No use to suffer, come to rny
Office and get cured I will cure you and
charge you little. If I fail it costs you
nothing, charges very light, examina
tions free. Come to see meat once.
Scsville Building over Orangeburg
Back. Rooms 13,14,15,16.
Jesse A. Clifton, M. D.
Peal 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 invest, we will put it
out for you on gilt edged real estate se
curities. Glaze & :,erbert,
Orangeburg, S. C. Att'y's. a? Law.
T7NOUGH BALED OAT STRAW
JDj to supply Orangeburg County at
$8.00 per ton, delivered, Cameron.
Nearly as good as Timothy at less
than half price. Jas. M. Moss.
Board on Sullivans Island.
TT'OR FIRST CLASS BOARD AP
Aj ply to Miss Hattie F. Taylor,
Station 23, (Front Beach), Atlaniic
ville, S.C. 0-7
THE "OHIO"-MRS. I. R. ENNES.
Thoroughly renovated. Centrally
located. Excellent fare. Phone 1010
26 Charlotte. St. Asheviile, N. C.
AGENTS IN ORANGEB?RG
County to write Life Insurance
for the Best Old Line Company in the
U.S. Large commissions paid. Write
or call on H. C. Wannajiakek,
At People's Bank, Orangeburg. S. C
ONE LOMBARD BOILER 15 H. P.
one Erie Engine 10 II. P. one 50
Saw Pratt gin, feeder and condensor,
one Boss Press in ijood order apply to
F. L. Witt,
5- 17-3rnos. North, S. C.
Saw Lors Wanted.
QPOT CASH PAID FOR SAW
O Iol's delivered to my mill in Or
angeburg. For particulars apply at
mill. D. A. Si'Ui.nkle.
COTTON BATTEN" FOR MAK
ing mattresses and comforts for
sale at 10 cents per pound.
3-2!) Orange Mills.
CIX OR SEVEN GOOD MILK
O cows. Capacity from 12 to 16
quarts daily. All gentle and easy
milkers. F. D. Bates,
6- 14-4* Orangeburg, S. C.
Money to Loan '-.'J.
ON FARMING LANDS. Long]
time. No corrmission charged.
Borrower pays actual cost of perfecti
on loan. For further information
i address: John B. Palmer & Son
1 3* Box 282. Columbia. S. C.
T HAVE OPENED A SHOP FOR
X Repairing .Furniture, Up-holster
ing, Sc., and respectfully ask for a
share of the public patronage. All
work entrusted to my rare will he|
neatly and promptly executed Shop on
street in rear of VVannamaker, Smoak
& Co. J. O .Jones.
Notice to Stockholders.
A* MEETING OF THE STOCK
holders of the Bolen Telephone"
Co., will be he'd at, the store of D. D.
Bolen on Friday June 2!), 2 p. m.. for
the purpose of vor rig on a proposed
increase of capital stock of said Co., to
Twenty-five hundnd dollars, divided
into luu shares of $25.00 each.
A. K. Jamison. Pres.
Ihereby announce my candidacy for
re-ekction to the office of Probate
Judge etc.. subject to the Democratic
primary. Rout. E Copes.
T hereby announce myself a cardi
X date lor re-election to the otlice of
County Auditor, subject to the Demo
T. M. McMICHAEL.
T announce myself a candidate for re
JL election to the office of County
Treasurer, subject to rules governing
'! A" P: FAIR. .
T hereby announce myself as a candi
X date for County Supervisor of Or
angeburg County, subject to the ac
tion of the Democratic primary.
F. J. D. Felder.
PLEDGING MYSELF TO ABIDE
X 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
T announce myself a candidate for
J. 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 for re-election to the House of
Representatives subject to the Demo
cratic primary. ' J. A. Banks.
Ihereby offer myself for re-election
to the Legislature and will abide
the result of the Democratic primary.
Tnos. F. Beantley.
T am a candidate for the House of
X Representatives in the ensuing
priman.and pledge myself to abide
the results of said Democratic primary
and to support the r ominees of same.
* Jno. S. Bowman, Jr.
Thereby announce myself a candidate
Xfor the House of Representatives
from Orangeburg county, subject to
the rules and regulations governirg
the Democratic primary. Iam in fa
vor of the Tillman-Raysor-Manning
bill. B. J. Hoover.
T hereby announce myself a candi
X 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. HOCSER.
HPo the Democratic Voters of Or
X angeburg County:
Gratefully appreciating the confi
dence you have shown in me,by plac
ing me i/i 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 efforts for the advance
ment, of the educational interests of
the County, I hereby announce my
self a candidate for another terra,
subject to the action of the Democra
Very truly and respectfully,
Stiles R. Melliciiamp.
T announce myself a candidate for
X County Commissioner, subject to
rules governing the Democratic pri
maries. Luther J. Smith.
T am in the race for re-election to the
X office of County Commissioner sub
ject to rules governing Democratic
primary. A. F. Fairey.
T hereby announce myself a candi
X date for the olllce of County Com
missioner at the approaching primaiy.
If elected will do all 1 can to serve the
public faiihiully and intelligently. 1
pledge myse f to abide the result of
the Democratic primary.
M. C. EDWINS.
Thereby announce myself as a
X candidate for County Commis
sioner, and pledge myself to abide the
iesult of the Democratic Primaries.
Having tilled the otlice for nearly two
years, 1 have endeavored to faithfully
discharge 'he duties of the offijc, and
ask for re-election on my record.
* Thomas D. A. Livingston.
My health having sufficiently im
proved, I have decided to yield
to the repeated requests of my frienos
and hereby offer mjself as a candidate
for the office of County Commissioner.
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. WESTBCRY.
T hereby announce myself a candi
X date for Magistrate "in the Tenth
Judicial District subject to the De
mocratic primary. j. F. Ditto
Tillman Volunteers Attention !
17IROM now UNTIL THE en
. campment, each member of the
company living in the county must
attend drills every Saturday afternoon
4 o'clock, the town Squad Friday
night, else they will be debarred from
attending the encampment at Chick
amauga this summer.
J. H. Claffy,
AT KOHN'S EMPORIUM.
Big bargains offered in every department. Shrewd
shoppers take advantage of these offerings.
LADIES WHITE CANVAS OXFORDS, solid leather soles,
and. heels, made of fine canvas, and nicely faished in every
particular, a good Oxford, special $1 35.
LADIES GIBSON PATENT KID OXFORD, made by the
famous Godmau Co., a beautifully shaped Oxford with all the
good qualities of a $3 00 slipper; but we are selling lots of this
number special at $2 00.
CHILDREN'S PATENT LEATHER BL?( HER OXFORDS
made on the easy tilting Foot Forut last One of the most
popular Oxfords of the season, special $ 1.15.
LADIES GAUSE LISLE HOSE both in white and black,
pretty popular and serviceable, we are selling quanties of these
a winner, 25c.
500 YARDS REAL FRENCH ORGANDIES, sheer and
silky with exquisite flowers, in all the leading and popular
shades. Usually sold at 20c to 25c, a remarkable sale at 12c.
250 YARDS COLORED MERCERIZED EOLIENNE with
exquisite floral sprays, handsome for dresses or waists, sold
everywhere for 20c; during our bargain days these go for 10c.
300 YARDS PERSIAN LAWN, silkv^heer end the kind
that washes well. No lawn is used mdBHBjav than the pretty
Persian Lawns, no lawn can compare in quality with this
special we offer at 12^-c.
5000 YARDS MAGNIFICENT VAL LACES, all in match
sets, received today. We have the best values in South Caro
lina at 5c to 10c a yard."
C?Bsider This Proposition.
We will sell you a Piano or Organ
at cash price and will accept $25.00
on Piano and $10.00 on Organ, cash
then you can. pay the balance Nov.
1, 1900. When November comes,
if yon cannot conveniently pay in
full, we will carry one half until
Nov. 1, 1907: Remember we sell
as good instruments as is made and
our prices are as low as you can get
anywhere else. Come to see us or
The Marchant Music Co.,
Orangeburg, S. C.
Fi*b! Fish! Fish!
WHY GIVE 121 AND 15 CENTS
\ V per pound for beef stake when
you can get nice fresh water perch,
bream and mountain trout, at .1. il.
Way's. They are much cheaper and
^ittE HAVE A SECOND IIAND
\Y Steinway Piano in percenter
that we areofferi.g at a.price three
time less than t is worth. .If JOT
want it, be quick as it will not be with
us long at the p?ice we ask
Tue M auch ant Music Co.,
5-3-tf. Orangeburg, S. C
1785. College of Charleston. 1906.
Charleston, S. C.
Entrance exa mi ratio- -, will be held
in the County Court Fl?"*e on Friday,
July G, at 9 a.m. On. free tuition
Scholarship to each eoi .ty of SoutL
Carolina awarded bv tin ? ountv Supt.
of Education and .Jud; of Probate.
Board and furnished ro 1 in Dormi
tory, $11 a month. All 1 tndidates for
admission are permitted to compete
for vacant Boyce Scholarships which
pay $100 a year. For catalogue ancfc
5-24-8* Habsisom Randolph.