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Beginning Monday, July 2nd, We will Put on Sale our entire Stock of Millinery and Dress Goods, regardless
of cost or quality, as we do not carry one Season's stock to the next. We have supplied every department,
which was incomplete, with new stock, all of which will be included in this sale.
Come early and take advantage of this excellent opportunity. We are pleased to announce a most
successful year, and the best, this old reliable firm of our predecessor had in her 25 \ears business
Career in this city. Remember that Mrs. Angie C. Wilson is Still in charge of our Millinery depart
ment, whicji in itself should mean entire satisfaction to our patrons. We will offer every trimmed hat
in her department, (including ladies' and children's) at-first cost, Eemember the date
Fruit of the Loom BJeeching, 7cts
Androscoggin Bleeching, 7c.
36 in. Soft finish Bleech only 5c
36 in. Sea Island, 7c kind, 5c.
'30 in. Dimity bargain at 15c, only 7v
50 extra large spreads ?1.50 seller,
All our 25 and 35c Linen Towels 19c
Extra large fringed towel at- 19c
J U-LfST 2.
Extra large Pillow Case, 30x42, 10c.
All our 26c Linen Gingharns, new
and stylish, at 15c.
All our GOc Silk Mulls, floral de
signs, at 25c.
15 and 20c White P. K, choice, 10c
All loc figured Lawn at 10c..
All 10 and 12^-c figured Lawn at 10c
Don't fail to see our new lot of Lawns
at 5c. '
90-inch pure linen Sheeting, sells
for $ 1.25c, sale price OS cents.
All 25 cent Shades at 1(.) cents.
All 35 cent Shades at 25c.
All 50 cent Shades at 35 cents
All Ruggs in stock at factory cost.
All Lace Curtains at N. Y. cost.
See our little Beauty Corset at 24cts
American Beauty Corsets, $1 kind
at 75 cents.
All 25c Hose Lace, plain Lisle, l?cts
All 50c Ho?e three pair for $1.00.
25c Butter Milk Soap at loc per box.
25 cent White Belts at 10 cents.
All White Bags at first cost.
20cts and 25cts Top Shirts at 12c.
All Silks in house cut to 3-4 price
All the $1.50 Silks cut to $1.12?.
All the $1.00 Silks cut to 75 cents.
All the 75c Silks cut to 00 cents.
'All the 50c Silks cut to 37Jc.
Every article in our Muslii Under
wear Department will go at 3-4
All goods in this line, Gowns, Skirt3,
Waist Pants, Corcet Covers, etc.,
marked to sell for $1.50 clioice of
All goods in this line marked to sell
for $1.00, choice of lot 7?e.
All 7? cents Goods for 60c.
All 50c Goods in this line 37?0.
9 ~ ~
rs. Angie Wilson.
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ATLANTIC BEACH HOTEL
WILL OPEN SEASON 1906, JUNE 1.
IMPROVEMENTS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.
Notwithstanding that before the opening of last season the Hotel was
. thoroughly overhauled, experience demonstrated many needed additions
which have since betn made for the season of 190?.
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 and 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. v
An electric oump has been installed which will serve water to all parts of
the Hotel from a new cistern just completed.
HELP. ? ? 3
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 been 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 declaie it to be absolutely pure and unrivalled as a drink
ing water by any in America.
Kates : $8, S10 and 812 per week, 32.50 per day. For further information,
etc., apply to
JOHN J. COHEN, Jr., Manager.
735 Broad Street, Augusta, 6a., or Atlantic Beach Hotel, Moultrieville.
for Yonr Health.
That's one of the things we
are doing business for, and of
course incidentally, to get a
in buying our drugs, &c, we
get those which are pure and
patent, even though they often
cost us extra. We buy them
for restoring health?yours and
el' our customers'.
You may not be able to judge
the quality of drugs, but our
long experience enables as to
Trust us when you need med
icine and your confidence will
never be misplaced.
A. Ca!honn Doyle & Co.
I "The Popular Drug Store."
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Hay, Corn. Oats
? Stock & Chicken Food
I Best Tenn. Rock Lime
I Best Portland Cement
I Plaster Parish,
I Plastering Hair.
S See me before buying or
^ telephone your orders.
2 Next door to the dispensary. ?
I 252 - Phone - 252 f
SCHOOL BOOK DEPOSITORY.
Tne R. L. Bryan Company, ot Colum
bia, Gets It.
1 There waB a merry old battle in
Columbia cn Monday night of last
week before the representatives of
the publishing bouses recently award
ed contracts to furnish sohool books
to the state over the selection of a
state depository, a fat contract worth
about 850.000 in the five years the
present contract has to run.
The only contestants were The
Siate and the E. L. Bryan company,
both of tbis.olty. It was but natural
that Columbia sbonld be awarded the
depository, on account of its looatir n,
and these were the two leading book
store concerns of the city, although
The State people have not attempted
to handle shool book* heretofore.
There was:; speccbmaking, and ah
that sort of thing, Governor Hey ward
backing up the claims of The State
people and State Superintendent Mar
tin leaning to the Bryan company, It
The Bryan company won finally by
a vote of three to one, the voto of the
publishers' representatives being ap
portioned according to the amount of
the contracts they had with tbe state.
The contracts total about half a mil
lion dollars- worth of school books to
pass through the Bryan company's
hands within the five years, the pub
Ushers to pay the state depository 10
per cent for this handling, and tbe
sub-depositories, to which the Bryan
people ire to ship in turn, also get 10
per cent. The prices of the books are
stamped on their backs and are fixed
in tbe contracts tbe publishing con
cern allowing a book to be sold above
the figure to be liable to a 825 fine for
State Superintendent Martin Baya
that although several changes have
been made the state will save on the
whole about 20 per cent, for tbe pat
rons of the schools, and be is to short
ly give out a statement setting forth
the comparative prices in detail and
establishing his contention that there
has been a saving. The contract, he
points out, also prevents ifce retail
book people putting on an abritrary
profit and oharging to suit them
selves. He says that in some instan
ces tbe retail book s;ores had added
a profit pf 75 per cent. The law re
quiring the county superintendents
to a :t as the agents of the publishers
has proved a dead letter, and there
was no hope of getting tbe books
satisfactorily handled In thiB way,
Mr. Martin says.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
With The Hnroorlf,?.
Knicker?Do you think we should
wash our Bulled linen In public?
Boker- Nc; I favor sending It to
the laundry for total destruction.?
New York Sun.
E<?meraUa?It's too bad you've giv
en Jack bis walking papers. He's tbe
goods, all right.
Gwendolln?Yes, ard he's the cann
ed goods, all right.? Chicago Tribune.
Miss Piane?I understad you do
very handsome work and make very
Photograph er?Yes'm, but I could
giv. you au exact likeness if you wish.
"I have done the state some ser
vice," the politician bf gan, "and I?"
"Yes shouted one of tbe delegates,
"and you obarged tbe state about sev
enteen times as much as it was worth."
CURE A COLiD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets Druggists refund money if it fails
to cure. E. TV. Grove's signature is on
each box 25c.
"Minnie, come rlgnt into eye house
this instant!" "Why, ma?" "T told
you not to stay whe e those nroghty
boys were using horrid language. I
just heard one of them say 'packing
house' as distinctly as could be."?
N- w Cam lor Epilt-p?y.
J. B. Waterman, of Watertown, O.,
Rural Fret delivtry writes "My daugh
ter, afflicted for years with epilepsy,
was cur- d by Dr. King's Mew Life
Pills. She has not had an attack for
over two years." Best body cleansers
and life giving tonic pills on earth.
25c at J. G* Wannamaker Mfg. Co's.
Weary Willie (reading "ad.")?
"Man wanted to chop wood, bring up
coal, tend furnace, take care of gar
den, mtnd chickens and children."
'Frayed Fagin (groaning)?GeeI Dem
matrimonial advertisements make me s
Long TunncBBOb JKiKhr.
For twenty years W. L. Rawls of
Bells. Tenn.- fought nasal catarrh.
He wrtes; "The swelling and soreness
inside my nose was fearful, till I began
applying Bucklen's Arnica Salve to the
sore surlace: this caused the soreness
and swelling to disappear, never to re
turn." Best salve in existence, 25c
at J- G. Wannamaker Mfg. Co. Drug
"I think that's the funniest joke I
I ever wrote. Everybody laughs the
first time they read It; you're the only
exception," said Yuung Sorlbbles, dis
gustedly. "Why, I laughed," replied
Oidum. "You die? Not so's I could
notice it. No: you wern't born at
the time."?Philadelphia Press.
You feel the life giving current the
minute you take it. A gentle sooth
ing warmth, tills 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 & Co.
South Carolina Senator's Hot Speech
on the BXorriB A flair.
Senator Tillman Thursday after
noon ipald his respects to President
Roosevelt, Secretary Barnes, the man
charged with the rough handling of
Mrs. Minor Morris at the White
House a faw months ago, Major Syl
vester of the Washington police, and
the Asheville prJysiclan, Dr. Weaver
for their part in the Morris affiir, in
a vigorous speech in the senate.
For two hours he held the closest
attention of hundreds of spec ators In
the galleries, many of whom were
ladles, who had come to the capltol
hours before he was scheduled to be
gin his Bpeech. His arraignment of
those whom be charged with the re
sponsibility rf ejecting Mrs. Morris
from tee White House was most
severe. He recited his efforts to have
an investigation of the matter at the
time it happened and of the reluc
tance of the senate committee on
postern' sea and post roads to have the
matter examined into, and said that,
wblle Barnes, who had already been
appointed and confirmed as postmas
ter ot this city, cannot be affeoted by
wnat be might say, be was determin
ed to let the world kcov what he
thought of toe treatment accorded to
Mrs. Morris and the subsequent ai
pointment of Barnes to the position
of postmaster in the oity of Wash
ington, a place paying a 86.000 salary
Senator Tillman was frequently in
terrupted by friends of the president
and Barnes, but continued to make
his speech, while hundreds in the
galleries listened closely, and at times
seemed reidy to break forth in tumult*
ous applause. This was especially
noticeable when he referred to the
women and mothers of the oonntry
ml ti hli ivi rmtli'.
the "Wflk-of Me.
prodaooa tbe above results la 80 days- It acts
poT7orfoll7 and Quietly. Onrea vrhenaUotharstall.
Sonnirinon will retain their lost manhood, and old
nan vrlU recover their youthful vigor 07 using
REVIVO. It galcltly BndDurelj'roatoreflMerrons
uosfl. Lost VltaUty. Impotonoy, Hlahtly Emissions.
Lost Power, FalUnc Me-aory, Wart tax PImuob, and
aU c?Tcota ot solX-?bCM or ?xeeii&ad indiscretion,
not only cures by starting nt tho ooat ot disoaao, but
loa trroa: nervo ton I o and blood bnUdor, bring
ing baol* tho plnli plow to palo ebooks and ro
storing tho flro of youth. I? vrarda offTntanlty
and OoD?-nnptlon. Insist on hsvtaff jSEVTYO? BO
othor. It can bo carried in vort pocket. By sail,
SI.OO dot pockAKo. or alz far S0.OO. with a posi
tive written froaraateo to care or rcfooa
the monoy. Book and adrlio frne. Address
iitai, rape ca, ctKff
For sale in Orangeburg, S. C. by Low
man & Lowman.
We have pun m a nice lot of gocds tl at will help yon to keepcool during
the Summer rrfontbs.
Screen Doors and Windows, Screen "Wire Cloth,
Ice Cream Freezers, "Water Coolers.
Ice Picks, Wire Hammocks,
Corded Hammocks, Fly Traps.
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 Wall Coating, it is the best
and prettiest. Special Screen Wire Paint.
? Make labor light by using our up-to-date Washing Machines and
ringers, Asbestos Sad Irons, Large and Small Mouth Fruit Jars
We make a specialty of improved dining room and kitchen lurniture.
C ill a 11 o c i u i > > i.; ..i s
Arthur Hardware Co.,
St. Matthews and Elloree, S. C.
* Special Low Excursion Rates . ?
c& One and One=Tbird Fares d
$ ' *
to all points South of Ohio and Potomac and East of Missis
V sippi Rivers, including St. Louis, via Atlantic Coast Line. V
Tickets on sale July 2nd, 3rd and 4th, final return limit ?0*
Q July 8th. cg?
QS? For furl information communicate with the nearest &
O Agent, or w?iu ceo
* W. J. Cra& I
J?. Passenger Traffic Manager, .
J3 Wilmington H. C. 5
NEW DROP-HEAD MACHINES
sold on asy payments. Good prices allowed for old Machines in
exchaa 3. Second-hand Machines from $5.00 to $15.00. Also
parts d .td attachments furnished for all standard makes. Prompt
attention to mail orders.
New Bicycles Sold on Easy Payments.
Aldo Bicycle parts and sundries furnished for all standard makes.
General Repair Shop for Sewing Machines, Bicycles, Guns, Clocks
Give me your work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
J. H. S M I T H.
Market Street ? - Opposite New Postoffice.