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Orangeburg, S. C.
; I? Teddy and the Trusts do not give
us a rest, we shall all go insane accord
ing to a prominent "Western physi
It is notorious that all the exposed i
grafters were enthusiastic defenders
of "national honor" and shouting for
.Republican candidates and policies in [
1896,1900 and 1904._ ?
Senator Beveridge seems to have
come out at the small end of the horn
on tbe statehood and Beef Trust leg
islation, although he was fully :
accord with th* President.
MopTOf us are not worrying so much
about whether our beef has been prop-1
erly tagged by the government inspec
tor, as we aie about the amount on
the tag we have to pay the butcher.
Col. Estill's paper the Savannah
Morning News pays bisher wages to j
its employes than any other paper in
the state of Georgia, and yet the la
bor organizations are unfriendly to |
Mae Wood declarer that Senator I
Platt married her and if this is true
it partly explains why the Republican
Senators bate to vote on the Mormon
question. There may be others in
the same fix as Senator Platf
Those senators who assured Senator I
Platt that the express amendment to |
the rate bill would "go out" m confer
ence have certainly misled the old
man, but not being'cf the strenuous
type of statesman be has called no one
Mb. Bryan's Commoner may be par
doned if it pauses to pat itself on the
head occasionally these days. Though
outwardly it preserves its wonted
calm. Still that man who reads be
tweerTthe lines, can see "I told you
so" written all over its paees.
The railroads have been willing and
anxious to furnish special trains for
the President and his friends free of
cost, whether on pleasure bent, or on
political trips, lhe Republican Con
gress has now saddled the cost on the
people and the railroads wiil be $25,000
a year ahead.
Now Congress has appropriated $25,
000 a year to pay the traveling expen*
ses of the Presideut and his friends,
there can be no reason why most of
the invitations inviting him to speak
on politics and other subjects should
be declined, at least when Congress is
not in session.
The Fish Trust, protected by the
Republican tariff from 20 to 43 per
cent and over, is making hay while
the sun shines, by taking advantage
of the public antipathy to embalmed
beef and other packing house products |
and has raised the price of fresh and
salt fish to the usual plundering point j
of tariff protected monopolies.
Since the death of Gov. Patterson of
Ohio, the Republican politicians have
been fully employed in figuring on
hew to bounce the few Democrats the
late governor appointed to office. In
fact, they did not wait for the funeral
before the Congressional delegation at
Washington were holding a caucus
and apportioning the offices for their
The Cassatts, Armours, Havemey
eis, Fricks. and Stilmans and other
trust and corporations magnates have
many spokesmen in Congress, in the
departments, and in the Courts. But
even their hired apologists and lackeys
will soon be compelled by public opin
ion to abandon such masters. Presi
dent Roosevelt has already set the ex
ample by crying stop thief!
It is a curious coincidence that while
tbe Armours were being denounced by
Mr. Roosevelt and prosecuted lor j
their crimes in Kansas City, Mr.
Longworth, the Ptesident's new son
in-law, was the guest of Allison V.
Armour on his yatch at Kiel", Ger
many. The family of Armour under
stands Mr. Roosevelt too well to think |
ill of him or members of his family on
account of a little hocus pocus about
the packing houses.
The railroad rate bill has been fash
ioned into a club for extorting favors
from the railroads in the coming elec
tions. It allows the roads to give
free passes to every delegate to a po
litical convention and as the law does
not take effect until after election
every Senator, Congressman, and
Cabinet officer can get a pass for this
Fall'sjcampaign. If the roads don't
give the passes, the delegates wiil
"vote according to the dictates of
Conscience;" and the passes will be
forthcoming, and in all future legisla
tion the roads will be "protected" as
Blind Justice So-Called.
Freedom for a man who pleaded
guilty to selling merchandise valued
at nearly $100,000, which did not be
long to him and appropriating the
money and six years in prison for
another who stole 25 cents, were tbe
portions meted out to two prisoners in
a New York court a sbort time ago.
Henry Hirschman was a member of
the firm of Hirschman Brothers, Job
bers in men's furnishings, in 1903 and
1904. It is alleged that by deceit the
firm obtained a high commericial rat
ing on the strength of which they
bought 8100,000 worth of goods on
credit, disposed of them at a forced
sale for cash and invested the proceeds
in real estatp.
Then they sailed for Europe. Ac
tion taken by the ?editors forced
the firm into bankruptcy and last
year the brothers weTe indicted for
grand larceny. When Henry was ar
raigned and entered a plea of guilty, a
representative of the creditors appear
ed, in court and asked that sentence
be suspended, as the prisoner and his
brother had made partial payment
and promised to make complete satis
faction. Henry's brother, Joseph,
probably will not be brought to trial.
The man who went to prison
was John Clark, who has no home, He
is 45 years old and had served two pre
vious sentences in Sing Sing. Clark
was walking up the Bowery a week
ago when he saw a barber standing in
front of his shop flipping a silver
quarter in the air. Clark sprang upon
him seizing the coin and started to
run away. He had gone but a few
steps when he ran into the arms of
a policeman. "I had to do this or
starve," Clark told the judge, when
he was arraigned for sentence.
" Whenever I try to get honest work
the cops knock me out.
Trust Busting PasrJme.
All that has so far been done against
trust" plundering if merely scratching
the surface. Not a trust has been
forced to reduce its enormous profits
and indeed the cost of living has
greatly increased since the so-called
trust busting began. Does not this
show that the Republican politicians,
although making faces at the trust in
public, are secretly allowing them to
continue their predatory warfare on
the people. If the Republican party
really wished to prevent the trusts
selling their products cheaper abroad
than here, the leaders in Congress
would have allowed some sort of tar
iff revision bill to pass. But all the
bills for that purpose have been voted
down in committee by a party vote)
even the bill to reduce the tariff to
100 per cent on those articles that are
taxed over that enormous percentage.
The fact is .the trust busting campaign
is intended to just scare the trusts
and combines enough so they will
".come down with the dust". The
campaign fund in that way is replen
ished and the corporations and the
Republican leaders are combined for a
new lease of life. That pleasant pas
time is rather expensive for the peo
ple for all they buy has advanced on
an average 47 per cent since the pres
ent tarjff law was enacted.
Tho Big Fish Eaonp?.
A dispatch from Kansas City an
nounces that four big pac'ung compa
nies, one railroad company and two
individuals have been found guilty of
rebating and duly punished.
Swift & Co , $15,000; Cudahy Pack
ing Company, $15,000; Armour Pack
ing Company, $15,000; Nelson, Morris
& Co., $15,000; Chicago, Burlinton &
Quincy Railway, $15,000. The maxi
mum fine was $20,000.
George L. Thomas, of New York,
was fined $6,000 and sentenced to four
months in the penitentiary.
L. B. Taggart, of New York, was
[fined 84,000 and sentenced to three
months in the penitentiary.
The corporations, that is, the men
who compose the corporations, were
just as guilty as the little fellows
who went to the penitentiary.
They are criminals of the very worst
stamp, and yet, under the law rrade
by a Republican Congress, they keep
out of jail and run political parties as
usual. Judges and juries may do
their duty faithfully, but Republican
politicians in Congress make it im
possible to jail the big criminals.
Let Un Hammer.
Bishop Potter calls a muck rake a
hammer, and his admonition is,
"hammer, hammer!" Hamering well
kept up, will surely bring results. It
will even compel the President of the
United States to see that the laws
are faithfully executed. Let the
press of the country hammmer, and
keep It up until all the rottenness is
hammered out of the Republican par
ty of trusts and grafters. All the ex
posures of rotteness and grafting
have been brought to the notice of
the public by non-offleials which
shows that the Republican political
machine will never cleanse itself and
that the execution of the laws is lax,
although we are supposed to be gov
erned by a strenuous Administration.
Therefore the voters must hammer
the derelict Republican party into
Will R-ind You Out.
In speaking of the candidacy of Col.
W. W. Lumkin for United States
Senator the Milledgeville, Ga., News
says: "Hon. W. W. Lumkin, who
lived in this city for several years and
was depot agent for tbe Geolgia rail
road, is now a citizen of Columbia, S.
C., and has entered the race for the
U. S. senate in opposit'on to Ben
Tillman, of pitchfork fame. It is
probably good for his candidacy that
the people heie cannot vote in his
race,;for it is believed that he would be
defeated if they could." This verifies
the old adage that you will find out a!l
about yourself if you run for office. It
seems that the genial Colonel does not
stand so well in his old home over in
Georgia and they don't mind remind
ing him of the fact.
District No. 11 Koights of Pvthias
WILL CONVENE WITH THE
North Lodge K. of P., North, S.
C, on August 1st, 1906. All Lodges
ssnding delegates to said District con
vention will please forward number
and.names of delegates to Bro. M. O.
Riley, Noith, S. C
L. K. Sttjrkie, Secy.
J. L. Reeves, D. D. G. C. 7-5-3
SEALED BIDS WILL BE RE
ceived by the undersigned up to
the hour of 12 o'clock m., Tuesday,
July 10,1906, for tbe labor of painting
the Siandpipe and tbe roof of I be Res
ervoir. Paints will be furnished by
the Commissioners. Specifications
given by Engineer and Electrician Jas
E. Salley. Any or all bids may be re
By order of Com. Pub. Works
L. H. Wannamaker,
Sec. Com. Pub. Works.
THE REGULAR MEETING OF
tbe Paul McMichael Chapter will
be dispensed with this month on ac
count of falling on the 4th and so many
of the members being out of town.
The August meeting will be held at
the residence of Mrs. A. C. Dukes at
By order of President.
J Miss Rosa Rich, Ree Secy.
Special Scdnol Tax Elecilom
APETITION HAVING BEEN
signed, in accordance with law, by
one-third (i), or more, of the electors
and free holders of East Liberty
School District, No, 55, in Orangeburg
County, S. C, and filed with the
County Board of Fducation to hold an
e ection to determine wheter an extra
devy of three (3) mills on the dollar
j shall be made for school purposes in
tbe district, we the trustees of said
school district, under the authority of
the Couuty Board of Education, here
by order an election to be held for de
terming this question, at Great
Branch School house in the district,
on Saturday, July 21st, 1906, the polls
to be opened from 7 o'clock a. m., to
4 o'clock p. m. The said election shall
be conducted as required in Section
1208 of ttr School law.
L. P. Whisenhunt,) Trustees
Wm. Fogle, ?? School District
C. H. Hall. \ No. 55.
Special School Tax Election.
APETITION HAVING BEEN
signer), in accordance with law,
by one-tliird (1-3), or more, of tbe elec
tors and freeholders of North Pine
Grove School District, No. 5. in Or
angburg County, s. C, and filed with
the County Board of Education to
hold an election to determine whether
an extra levy of two (2) mills on the
dollar shall be ma^e for school pur
poses in the district, in addition to
the two (2) mills we now ha-e, we,
the trustees of said school district,
under the authority of the County
Board of Educatio , hereby order an
election to be held for determining
this question, at Woodland School
house in the d strict, on Saturday
July 21st, 1906, the polls to be opened
from 7 o'clock a. m., to 4 o'clock p. m.
The said election s1 all be conducted
as lequired in Section 120S of the
J. L. Zeigler, ) Trustees
B. R. Grillith, - School District
T. F. Wise. \ No. 5.
Special School Tax EIrction
A PETITION HAVING BEEN
jCx. signed, in accordacce with law,
by one-third (J) or more, of the elec
tors and freeholders of Eizabeth
School District No. 64 in Orangeburg
County, S. 0., and filed with the
County Board of Education to hold an
election to determine whether an
extra levy of three  mills on the
dollar shall be made for school purpos
es in ihe district, we the trustees of
said school disrrict, under the author
ity of the County Board of Education,
hereby, order an election to be held
for determining this question, at
Woodford School house in the district,
on Saturday, July 21st, 1906, the polls
to be opened from 7 o'clock a. m. to
4 o'clock p. m. The said election
shall be conducted as required in Sec
tion 1208 of the School law.
J. G. Salley, ) Trustees
Paul Livingston, V School District
G. F. Robinson, ) No. 64.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
appointment of Public Guardian.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned, through his Atsorneys,
Messrs. Moss & Lide, will make appli
cation before the Hon. Charles G.
Dantzler, Judge of tbe First Circuit,
for the appointment of Robert E.
Copes. Judge of Probate, in and for
Orangeburg County, South Carolina,
as Public Guardian of the estates of
Luther Emanuel Jones and Martha
Beulah Jones, who are infants of the
ages of 14 and 11 years respectively, at
Chambers, at Orangeburg, S. C, on
July 13th, 1906, or as soon thereafter
as counsel can be heard; that the said
minors are entitltd to an estate of
about 8500 each from the estate of
their late uncle, Samuel A. Jones, de
ceased: that no fit. competent and
suitable party can be found to act as
Guardian for said minors, and there is
a necessity for the appointment of a
Public Guardian to administer to
their estates. Samuel L. Jones.
Orangeburg, S. C, June 28,1906. 2t
NOTICE OF THE OPENING OF
the Books of Subscription to the
Capital Stock of the South Carolina
Public Service Corporation.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
That by virtue of a Commission issued
to the undereigned Board of Corpora
tors by tbe Hon. Jesse T. Gantt, Sec
retary of State for South Carolina,
and dated the twenty second day of
June 1906 Books of Subscription to
the Capital Stock of the South Caro
lina Public Service Corporation, will
be opened by the undersigned corpora
tors at the office of Glaze & Herbert in
the City of Orangeburg, County of
Orangeburg, State of South Carolina,
on V\ ednesday the first dav of August
A D. 1906, at 10 o'clock A. M. of that
day, and will be kept open until the
whole of the Capital Stock as provided
in said Commission, or a sufficient
part thereof as required by law,
shall have been subscribed.
Joseph J. Timmes,
J. C. La Vin,
Joseph A. Bill
Gecrge Fleck, Jr.,
John P. Bonney'
Jo eph A. Craig.
R. H, Jennings,
7-5-4 Board of Corporators.
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 invest, we will put it
out for you on gilt edged real estate se
curities. Glaze & Herbert,
.Orangeburg, S. C. Att'y's. at Law.
WHEREAS PURSUANT TO
the provisions of article 4, of
Chapter 48, of the Code of Laws of
South Carolina 1902. entitled "Rail
road, Steamboat and Canal Compa
nies" and relating to the incorpora
tion of Railroads, Street Railways and
Steam Boat Companies, the undersign
ed have duly executed and filed with
the Secretary of State, of the State of
South Carolina, a written Declaration
and petition, as. required by law, for
power and authority to form, organize
and incorporate the South Carolina
Public Service Corporation, and with
power and authority, among other
things, to build, construct, equip and
operate an Electric Railway, or Rail
way System, in and through the
Count.es of Berkeley and Orangeburg
in the state of South Carolina; and
also to own and operate a line of
Steamers on the Santee River, from a
point located in the County of Orange
burg, South Carolina, on said River,
to the City of Georgetown, in the
County ot Orangeburg, and thence
to Northern and other Cities; and the
said Corporation also proposes to car
ry on other business enterprises un
der its Charter, which are fully set
forth in the said Declaration and Pe
And Whereas the said Corporation,
will have power and authority to con
demn lands and other property, for its
rights of Way, plants and landings,
and for all other corporate purposes if
its Charter be granted, and proposes
to exercise and use the right and pow
er to conden n lands and other prop
erty for its said rights of Way, Plants
Landings, and for all other corporate
Now therefore notice is hereby giv
en that the undersigned corporators
will on Wednesday the eight (8) day
of July 1906, at 12 o.clock, M of that
day apply to the Hon. Jes.- ie T. Gnatt
Secretary of the State of South Caro
lina at bis office in the City of Colum
bia, County of Richland, and Stale of
South Carolina, for a charter for the
said South Carolina Public Service
Corporations, with power and author
ity to condemn lands and other prop
erty for its Rights of Way; Plants,
Landings and for all other corporate
purposes of the said Corporation, as
set lorth in said Declaration and Pe
tition, and as provided by law.
Joseph J. Timmes,
J. C. LaVin,
Joseph A. Bill,
George Flerk, Jr.,
John P. Bonney,
Joseph A. Craig,
R. 11. Jennings
6-27-'0G Sol- Kohn.
Board of Corporators.
Notice to Creditors.
State of South Carolina, County of
Orangeburg. In Common Pleas.
P. Samuel Jones, et al., Plaintiff,
against H. Agnes Wiles, et al., De
Pursuant to an order in the above
stated case, all creditors of the late
Saml A. Jones are hereby required to
prove their respective demands before
me, on or belore July 24, 1900, or be
July 3,1906. Robt. E. Copes,
Judge of Probate, as
Notice of Final Discharge.
-pLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT
x on the twenty first day of July,
1906, the undersigned will tile her fi
nal account as administratrix of the
estate of John R. Mack, deceased,
with the Judge of Probate for Orange
burg County, S. C, and will there
upon ask for Letters Dismissory.
Florencf J* Mack,
Qualified Administratrix, Estate
6-21-4 of John R. Mack, Dec'd.
Notice to Creditors.
A LL 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 my
office and get cured I will cure you and
charge you little. If I fail it costs you
nothing, charges very light, examina
t ions free. Come to see me at once .
Scsville Building over Crangeburg
Bank. Rooms 13,14,15,16.
Jesse A Clifton, M. D.
T ADY OR GENTLEMAN OF
Xj fair education to travel for firm of
$250,000 capital. Salary 81,072 per yeai,
payable weekly. Expenses advanced
Address Geo. G. Cows,
6-14-1* Orangeburg, S. C.
T?NOUGn -BALED OAT STRAW
Mi to supply Orangeburg County at
8S.00 per ton, delivered, Cameron.
Nearly as good as Timothy at less
than half price. Jas. M. Moss.
AGENTS IN 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. Wannamakek,
At People's Bank, Orangeburg. S. C
/~\NE CASE! REGISTER, 200 Cloak
\J Hangers, One Very Large Fire
Proof Safe, One Large Mirrow. Apply
to 1. Rich,
Real Estate Agent,
/~\NE LOMBARD BOILER 15 H. P.
\J 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.
Saw Lojjs Wanted.
QPOT CASH PAID FOR SAW
O Iocs delivered to my mill in Or
angeburg. For particulars apply at
mill. D. A. Sprinkle.
COTTON BATTEN FOR MAK
ing mattresses and comforts for
sale at 10 cents per pound.'
3-29 Orange Mills.
QIX OR SEYEN GOOD MILK
lO cows. Capacity from 12 to 16
quarts daily. All gentle and easy
milkers. F. D. Bates,
6-14-4* Orangeburg, S. C.
The Cameron 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.
U, L ?71_ V?.
Money to Loan
f\N FARMING LANDS. Lorg
v^time. No commission charged.
Borrower pays actual cost of perfect
nnloan. For further information
I address: John B. Palmer & Son
3* Box 282, Columbia. S. C.
T FI A YE OPENED A SHOP FOR
X Repairing (furniture, Up-holster
ing, &c, and respectfully ask for a
share of the public patronage. All
work entrm ted to my care will be
neatly and promptly executed Shop on
street in rear of Wannamaker, Smoak
&Co. J. O..ionks.
Notice to Stockholders.
AMEETING OF THE STOCK-j
holders of the Bolen Telephone |
Co., will be he'd at the store of D. D.
Bolen on Friday June 29, 2 p. m., for
the purpose of votmg on a proposed
increase of capital stock of said Co., to
Twenty-five hundred dollars, divided
into 100 shares of $25.00 each.
A. R. Jamison. Pres.
Ihereby announce my candidacy for
re-election to the office of Probate
Judge etc.. subject to the Democratic
primary. Robt. E Copes.
Ihereby announce myself a candi
date for re-election to the office of
County Auditor, subject to the Demo
T. M. McMICHAEL.
T announce myself a candidate for re
X election to the office of County
Treasurer, subject to rules governing
* _A:D: FAIR.
T hereby announce myself as a candi
JL date for County Supervisor of Or
angeburg County, subject to the ac- j
tion of the Democratic primary.
F. J. D. Felder.
"PLEDGING MYSELF TO ABIDE
X result of Democratic Primary, 1
announce myself / a candidate for re
election to office of County Supervisor.
11 elected I promise todoin the future
what 1 have in the past?discharge ray
duty with all of the energy ana intelli
gence 1 possess.
May 18 1!?06. Olin M. Dantzlek
T HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF
JL a candidate for the Democratic
nomination lor congress from the 7th
congressional district, and pledge my
self to abide the rules and regulations
of the Democratic primary.
' A. F Lever.
T HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF
JL a candidate for the Legislature sub
ject to the action of the Democratic
primary. W. C. Griffith.
T announce myself a candidate for
X the House of Representatives sub
ject to the rules of the Democratic
primary. A. J. Hydkick, Jr.
T hereby announce myself a candi
JL date for re-election to the House of
Representatives subject to the Demo
cratic primary. J. A. Banks.
T hereby ofTer myself for re-election
X to the Legislature and will abide
the result of the Democratic primary.
Tuos. F. Brantley.
T am a candidate for the House of
X Representatives in the ensuing
primary and pledge myself to abide
the results of said Democratic primary
and to support the i ominees of same.
* Jno. S. Bowman, Jr.
Ihereby announce myself a candidate
for the House of Representatives
from Orangeburg county, subject to
the rules and regulations governing
the Democratic primary. Iam in fa
vor of the Tillman-Raysor-Manning
bill. B. J. Hoover.
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. HOUSBR.
HPo 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 tit 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 my
self a candidate for another term,
subject to the action of the Democra
Very truly and respectfully,
Stilus R. MellicHAMP.
Iannounce myself a candidate for
County Commissioner, subject to
rules governing the Democratic pri
maries. Luther j. ?mith.
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 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
M. C. EDWINS.
Thereby announce myself as a|
X candidate for County Commis
sioner, and pledge myself to abide the
jesult of the Democratic Primaries.
Having tilled the otlice for nearly two|
years, 1 have endeavored to faithfully
discharge the duties of the office, and
ask for re-election on my record.
* Thomas D. A. Livingston.
\Ty health having sufficiently im
1VL proved, I have decided to yield
to the repeated requests of my friends
and hereby oiler myself as a candidate
for the otlice of County Commissioner.
If elected I promise to work for the
very best interests of the public and
to .''bide the result of the Democratic
Primary. Yours any duty,
Ihereby announce myself a candi
date for Magistrate in the Tenth
Judicial District subject to the De
mocratic primary. J.F. Htjtto.
in Summer Wants.
are the tiling, worn with, the now so popular soft roll collar.
We have a grand assortment of pure silk Windsors, including
all the solid colors, Scotch plaids and Shepherd check. All
tbe most up-to-date designs. Be stylish. Get one or two of
these, only 25c
the kind that buckle in the back, are the fad just now. Look
pretty and fit the waist beautifully.
White Canvas with double buckle 35c.
Black and white silk, folded plaits, 50c.
Black and white soft kid 50c. ,
Imported Silk Fans.
White and Black, both plain and with dainty Floral designs,
strong, pretty and serviceable, special 25c.
Gause Lisle Hose,
both in white and black. Fashion's demand can be easily re
sponded to. These hose are thin, silky'and pretty, special 25c
Children's Lace Hose,
both in white and black, dainty lace design, all sizes and at a
most interesting price?15c
Colored Silk Parasols, 4/
one of the sensible fads of the season, lovely all silk parasols in
garnet, plum, navy, brown and black, all with rich Persian
bands, pretty natu-al Congo handles, real beauties all, at 75c
Consider This Proposition.
We will sell you a Piano or Organ
at cash price and will accept $'25.00
on Piano and Jj> 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, 1007: 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.
Fish! Fish! Fish!
WHY GIVE 12* AND 10 CENTS
per pound for beef stake when
you can get nice fresh water perch,
bream and mountain trout at J. M.
Way's They are much cheaper and
better. Pnone 106.
WE HAVE A ! ECOND HAND
Steinway Piano in perfect order
that we are offering at a price three
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.
The Maechant Music Co.,
5.3-tf. Orangeburg, S. C
1785. College of Charleston. 1906?
Charleston, S. C.
Entrance examinations will be held
in the County Court House on Friday,
July 6, at 9 a. in. 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, Sil a month. All candidates for
admission are permitted to compete
for vacant Boyce Scholarships which
nay $100 a year. For catalogue anck
5-24-8* Haeeison Baxdolph.