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THE COUSTY CAKPAIGS.
The Snb-Commlttee ArrangepJISebed
me of Meeting?.
At the last meeting of the county
Democratic committee a sub-commit
tee, consisting of members of the exe
ontive committee, was appointed for
the purpose cf arranging the schedule
of the county campaign meetings.
This committee waa composed of
Messrs. John H Dukes, D. B. Berry,
W. V. Culler, J. G. Caughman, W.
C. Hane and J. A. Berry. A meeting
of this committf e wa* held here Sat
urday and the schedule tor the county
campaign meetings w?s fixed.
The opening meeting will be held at
Branohville on Tuesday, July 24. Un
der the rules of the party it will be
necessary for all candidates to file
their pledges and pay their assess
ments to Mr. J. A. Berry, secretary
of the executive committee, on or be
fore noon on Monday. July 23.
A resolution wa9 adopted by the ex
ecutive committee to the effect that
no extea campaign meeting, other
than those arranged for in the regular
schedule, would be authorized or rec
ognized by tbe party organization.
Heretofore, it has very frequently oc
curred that special meetings would be
asked for in the midst of the cam
paign, but this year tbe ruling of the
committee is that no other meetings
will be recognized officially. v
The following is the schedule ?s ar
ranged by tbe sub-committee:
First week: Branchville, Tuesday,
July 24; Bowman, Wednesday, July,
25; Providence, Thursdav, July 26;
Elloree, Fridav, July 27; Cameron,
Friday, July 28.
f Second week: Murph's Mill, Tues
day, July 31; St. Matthew's. Wednes
day, August 1; Fort Motte, Thursday,
August 2. i
Third week: North, Wednesday,
August 22; Springfield, Thursday, Au
gust 23; Norway, urlday, August 24;
Canaan, Saturday. August 25.
Fourth week: Orangeburg, Monday
night, August 27.
MARRIED ABD GONE.
Mr. Artope or Carleston Captures an
Oian?f borg Bride.
Dantzlek, June 27?Special.?
Tbe usu&i quietude i f our section was
pleasantly disturbed today by the
sound of wedding bells at the resi
dence of Mr. David Daytaler, an esti
mabl? citizen of tbe Providence sec
tion, of Orangeburg county, calling
friends to witness tbe marriage of his
love'v daughter, Carrie, to Mr. Ben
net S. Artope, of Charleston, S. C.
The ceremony w^s performed by
Rev. E. A. Wilkes, the pastor, at
12.30 p. m. Tbe bridal party entered
tne parlor in tbe following order to
the strains of Lohengrin's Wedding
March beautifully, rendered by Mrs.
D. G. Dintzler: Mr. Fred Shuler
and Mis May bei Shuler, Mr. Thurston
Hutto and Miss Vera Easi; tbe groom
with Mr. Willie Dantzler, brother of
the bride, as bust man; tbe bride with
Miss Lodye Browning as maid of
During the ceremony Mrs. "Dantzler
softly played "Twilight Echoes."
After the pronunciation of the
words unking tbem man and wifj.
Mr. and Mrs. Artope received the con
gratulations cf the many relatives
and friends present.
An excellent dinner was served and
greatly enjoyed by all, and in this con
neotion allow me to say that nothing
oonrributod more to tbe pleasure of
tbe feast than the genial manner in
which Mr.- E. G. Bist of Cameron
acted his part as mas er of cemonlew
Yoar correspondent being f f a natu
rally timid temperament feels under
lasting obligation to Mr. Bast for the
kindly interest shown him during the
Mr. and Mrs. Artope left on the
afternoon train for Charleston, frc m
which ph?C3 they go tomorrow to
Florence, S. C, where they will take
up their abode. Mr. Artope holds a
responsible position with the A. C L
Railroad at that point.
We wish the young oeople the very
best that this life ; ff >rds, and may
the voyage they have just begun so
auspiciously together prove one of un
alloyed pleasure. God bless th?m.
List or Unclaimed Letters.
Unolaimed letters remaining in the
Orangeburg Post Office for week end
ing July 2nd, 1906:
Miss Pithoa Adams
J. H. Banks, Tbadeus Brown, Miss
Magy Brlgman, Miss Jar.ie Bragans,
Mhs Lizzie Chivers, Miss Cathern
Canon, Adam Caldwell.
?Miss-O. A. Footman, Edward H
Sellie Griffin, Mrs. Maria Govan,
Miss Lavinia Hutchinson.
Miss Cbaney Izlar.
Peter Jackson, P. J. Jackson, Miss
Sadie B. Jefferson, Mike Jefferson,
Miss Minnie Johnson, Miss Alice
Brooker Lawson, Franzenia Lebby,
Edwarn 0. Lebby, Miss Lular Lower?,
Dr. W. M. Love.
Miss G. May es, Miss Julia Murray,
Wllile A. Myers, J. P. McOreary, H.
Mrs. L. P. Pooser.
Jas. A. Riley, David Bush, Miss
Nora Smith, P. J. Smith, M. J. Sal
ley, Miss Ida Simmons, Guy Smoak,
Miss Carrie Smith.
Minnie Thompson, Bosooe C. Tuck
George Washington, Miss Bessie
Persons calling for the above let
ters will say they are advertised.
A. D. Webster, P. M.
At tbe Head.
Two hundred and sixty-eight of the
best shots in the country took part in
the Grand American Handicap Tour
nament held in Indianapolls, Ind.,
June 19-22. This event was attended
by shooters from all over the ocuatry.
The great event of tbe week was tbe
Grand American Handicap, which was
won by Mr. F. E. Boners, of St. Louis,
who broke 94 out of 100 targets from
the 17-yard mark in a gale of wind,
shooting Winchester Factory Loaded
Shells. In each of the other three
events on the program, Winchester
Factory Loaded Shells or Winchester
Repeating Shotguns landed in first
place, making a clean sweep for these
justly popular and reliable goods.
These goods are advertised in The
Times and Democrat,
Cheap Excursion Kate? "Via tbe
Southern Railway Open to all.
On account of tbe special occasions
mentioned, the Southern Railway will
sail round trip tickets to points nam
ed below, at greatly reduced rates as
To Asheville, N. 0., and return
Account Convention Commercial la**
League ol America. Tickets on sale.
July 256b to 27th, limited to return
August 85h 1906. An extension of
this limit to September 30th may br
obtained by tbe paying a fee of 50
ots., and depositing ticket with Spec
ial Agent at Asheville. Rate, On
Fare Plus 25 ots , for round trip.
To Athens, Ga., and return?Ao
ount University Summer Scrtool.
Tiokets on sale June 30th, July 2ad
9th and 16th, limited to return 15
days from date of sale. An extension
of this limit may be obtained by de
positing ticket with Special Agent at
Athens and paying a fee of 50 osp.
Bate, One Pare Plus 25 ots., for round
To Denver, Col, Colorado Springs
or Pueblo, Col., and return?Account
Annual Meeting B. P. O. E Tickets
on sale July Oth to 14, limited to re
turn August 20th. Very cheap. Write
for rat?s and full parsiculars.
To Knovvllle, Tenn , and return
Account Summer School of South
Tickets on sale June 30 th, July 7 th
14ohand 15on, limited to return 15
days from date of sale. An excension
of this limit to September 30th may
be obtained by'depositing ticket with
Special Agent and paving & fee of 50
cts. Rate, One Fare Plus 25 cts., for
To Lexington, Ky., and return
Account National Grand L.idge Uni
ted Brothers of Friendship and Sis
ters Mysterious Ten. Tickets on sale
July 29 5h to August 1st, limited to
return August 5th. Rate, One Fare
Plus 25 cts., for round trip.
To Mexico City, Mex., and return
Account International Geological Con
g*ess. Tickets on sale August 14 th to
31st, limited to return 90 days from
date of sale. Rate One Fare Plus 25
cts., for round trip.
To Milwaukee, Wis., and return
Account Grand Aerls Fraternal Order
Eagles Tiokets on sale August 10th
to 12th. limited to return August
22ad. Rate, One Fare P.us 82 0o for
To Omaha, Neb , and return?Ac
count Meeting Baptist YouDg People s
Union of America. Tiokets on sale
July 9 h to 12th, limited to return
July 18th. An extension of this llb>
it to August 155h may be obtained by
depositing tioket with Special Agent
and paying a fee of 50 cts. Rate, One
Fare Plus $2 00 for round trip
To Oxford, Miss., and return?Ac
cunt Summer School University
Mississippi. Tickets on sale June
30th, July 7th, 14th and 21st, limited
to return 15 days from date of sale.
An extension of this limit to Septem
ber 30th may be obtained by deposit
ing tioket with Special Agent and pay
ing a fee of 50 cts. Rate, One Fare
Pius 25 cts., for round trip.
To Richmond, Va., and return?
Acoount Meeting True Reformers.
Tickets on sale September 2nd to 5tb,
limited to return September 13th.
Rate, One fare Plus 25 ots., tor round
To Roanoke, Vs., and retun?Ac
count meeting National Fireman's As
sociation. Tickets on sale August 12 .b
to 135b, limited to return Augu3t
31st. An fx tension of this limit to
September 15 h may be obtained by
depositing ticket with Special Agent
and paying a fee of 50 cts. Rate, One
Fare Plus 25 cts., fur round trip.
For full particulars regarding above
rate-; afro regarding cheap rata excur
sions via Southern Railway on aecourt
of Fourth of July Celebrations, call
on any Southern Rallwav Ticket
Agent, or write .R. W. Hunt.
Division Passenger Agent,
Charleston, S. C.
A Beautiful Animal.
Mr. S. N. Spang, represen ting Mc
Laughlin Brothers, of Columbus,
Onto, St. PauI, Minn , and Kansas,
O'ty, Mo., has just completed the
sale of an imported French Coach
Stallion to parties in obis city and
cunty. Ail who have seen this
magnificent animal are impressed
with bis beauty and many say he is
toe handsomest horse they have ever
seen. No picture was ever more 1
beautiful than this superb animal,
and when bis breeding is taken into
consideration, knowing that he bred
back so many generations, which
means that be will transmit to his
off spring just what he himself is.
there Is no question but what this
means to this or any other locality
one of the most Important enterprises
that has ever been before tbe public,
as horses at the present time are so
high that itls almost an impossibility
to ouy western horses and bring them
here and sell them for what they cost
the buyer. It therefore stands the '
people in hand who use horses to breed
and raise their own horses at a very
small expense. The off-springs from
tbe full blood Frenoh Coach Horse
has been known to be sold from 8500
to 81,000 each, and from two to rive
thousand dollars per pair. Any one
wishing to see tbe abova hores can
see him at Sain's stables.
The State says Go v. Hey ward Sat
urday received the following letter
from P. L. Redmond of Wood ford,
Orangeburg county: "I guess I wa?
reported for selling liquors and two
State constables came down here and
l roke in my store while I was In Or
angeburg, and left the hole open and
last night there was a lot of my gocds
stolen out, and I can prove it. I
would like to get damages if there Is
any possible chance."
Please allow us space in your paper
to txpress our thanks to our many
friends for assistance, kindness and
sympathy during our deep d.stress in
the death of my daughter Mrs. D. B.
Cain. Our heart is full of love and
gratitude to all who so sympathizing
ly stood by us
Mrs. E. M. Whetstone,
Pluok plots up ber trailing skirts
and goes after what she wants, while
luck limps on down tbe road begging
Beyond Ihe prison cell
Beyond the stormy passage
Beyond the starless night
The great Sun's rising?
Beyond these wilds a home
Of death's devising.
After tumultous years
Within a lonely room
After the exigence
Of human hunger,
Bread, and lodging, and wine
To need no longer!
How I have longed for this!?
How ran I go content?
All that was dear In life
Entwined about you?
How can I pass Beyond
In Peace without you?
Special School Tax Election.
APETITION HAVING BEEN
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 Cbange
nurg Counrv. 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 m-tde for school purposes
in the district, in addition to the
three (a) mills we now have, we the
trustees of said school district, under
the authority of the County Board of
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. 1906,
the polls to be opened from 7 o'clock
a. m., to 4 o'clock p. m. The said elec
tion shall be conducted as required in
Section 1208 of the School law.
Geo S. Davis.- ) Trustees
J. W. Shbppabd, [ School District
M. S. "Williams. ) No. 41.
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 cot 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 worth 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.O.
University of South Carolina.
rpHE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTn
X CAROLINA offers Scholarships
in the Normal Department to two
young men from each County. Each
Scholarship is worth S40 in money and
818 matriculation or "term" fee.
Examination will be held at County
seat FRIDAY, JULY 6th. Exami
nation for admission to the Univer
sity will be neld at the same time.
Write for information to
BENJAMIN SLOAN, President,
Columbia, S. C.
Notice to Creditors,
ALL PERSONS HOLDING
claims asainst the estate of John
R. Mack, deceased, will present same
prope; ly proven on or before the twen
tieth day of July. 1906, 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 . 0., or to the
P lorence J. Mack,
Qualified Administratrix of Estate
6-21-4 of John B. Mack, Deceased
N"tice to Creditors.
State of South Carolina, County ofi|
Orangeburg. In Jommon Pleas.
Dianna Gilmore, Plaintiff, against |
Silas Gilmore, et al etc., et al, De
Pursuant to an order in the above
stated case all creditors against the
estate of Sank Gilmore, deceased, a>e
required to prove their respective
demands before me, on or before July
14.1906, or be debarred payment.
Robert E Copes,
Judge of Prrobate.
Votice of Application for Final Discharge.
VT/OTJCE IS HEREBY GIVEN
li that on Friday the thirteenth day
Df 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
fcturg County: and will thereupon
ipply to the said Probate Court for
aer Final Discharge as such executrix.
Mary U. Robinson.
Executrix of the Will of Frank A.
Robinson, deceased. June 11. l!)0(i.
A LL TOWNS OR COMMUNI
rjLties in the county desi ing a Coun
ty Campaign Meeting will communi
;ate with J. A. Berry, ecretary. on
jr 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
i 'te to determine when the campaign
will be opened and appoint the cam
paign meetings. J. A. Berry,
Tiilman Volunteers Attention!
T7<ROM NOW UNTIL THE EN
X 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
attendingt.be encampment at Chick
amauga this summer.
J. H. Claffy,
Ice! Ice! Ice!
T. M. WAY HAS OPENED HIS
tJ ice house in full blast. Secure your
coupons or have the right change to
avoid delay. Phone 106.
Board on Sullivans Island,
TOR FIRST CLASS BOARD AP
r ply to Miss Hattie F. Taylor,
Station 23, (Front Beach), Atlantic
ville, S.C. 6-7
Take Laxative Bron
Seven MUfion boxes sold in past 12 u
ABOUT PUSH BALL, ^
Bow Till? Terr Interesting; Game II
Push ball is played on a gridiron field
or floor 120 yards long by fifty -wide,
with goal posts at either end twenty
feejj apart and connected by a cross
bar seven feet from tbe ground. The
mammoth ball, almost globular In
shape, should measure six feet in di
ameter and weigh between forty-eight
and fifty pounds. It is usually inflated
with compressed air.
The ball is placed In tbe middle of
the field, and the teams line up as fol
lows: Five forwards on the forty yard
line, two left and two right wings on
the twenty yard line and two goal
keepers on the goal line, eleven men
each. At tbe sound of the referee's
whistle both sides plunge at full speed
upon the ball, and then the fun begins.
If the ball Is caught fairly between
the two human battering rams there is
a rebound from Its elastic sides that
sends the players sprawling like ten
It does not take long, however, for
the entire twenty-two men to get
around the sphere, put their shoulders
to the wheel, so to speak, and push for
every ounce of energy In them. Tbe
heavier, stronger team will, of course,
have the advantage, but some trick
plays have been Invented which lend
variety to the game and redeem it
from being a featureless contest of
mere brawn and muscle. ? National
WHEN YOU ARE SICK.
An English Literary Prescription to
Be Taken Daring Recovery.
For reading during convalescence the
British Medical Journal prescribes lit
erature that cheers but does not In
ebriate, and warns persons recovering
from Illness against writers **whose
style, like that of George Meredith, puts
a constant strain on the understanding
of the reader, or, like that of Maurice
Hewlett, Irritates by Its artificial glit
ter, or like that of Marie Corelll, an
noys by its frothy Impertinence." Dick
ens should go well during convales
cence, except 'Tickwlck," at least In
Burgical cases, because of the many
side splitting episodes which would
play havoc with the nnlon of parts.
For the same reason, In order that
healing granulations may not be Inter
fered with, Mark Twain's works are
"Smiles' 'Self Help' Is quite Innocu
ous," says the learned Journal, "but we
should be cautious In recommending it
lu order that the patient may not there
by be led to meditate over a misspent
career and to have suggested to him
all the opportunities In life he might
have grasped, but did not A despond
ency might thus be induced which
would delay a restoration to health,
and which might even prove fatal.
Thackeray, except 'Vanity Fair,' which
Is a pessimistic book, should go very
well; Tendennls* and 'Barry Lyndon*
will certainly entertain."
SKULLS FOR CUPS.
Barbarona Cnntom of Fierce Triben
of Northern Europe.
The barbarous custom of converting
the skulls of enemies Into drinking
cups was a common one In ancient
times among the fierce tribes of north
ern Europe and was not unknown to
the people of the more civilized regious
farther south. The Italian poet, Ma
rino, causes an assemblage of friends
to quaff their wine from the skull of
Minerva, and In his "Wonder of a
Kingdom" Torrent makes Dakker say:
Would I had ten thousand soldiers' heads.
Their skulls set all In aUver, to drink
To his confusion who first invented war.
Thomas Middleton, a dramatic writer
of the early part of the seventeenth'
century, Is believed to be the origi
nator of the phrase, "A soldier's drink
ing cup," as applied to a human skull.
In "The Witch," one of his most cele
brated plays, the dnke takes a bowl,
which he Is told is a human skull,
whereupon he exclaims:
Call it a soldier's cup.
Our duchess, I know, will pledge us,
though the cup ?
Was once her father's head, which as a
We'll keep till death.
One of the delights of the immortals,
as represented in tbe old Scandinavian
sagas, is that of drinking to drunken
ness from the skulls of vanquished
I Real Estate.
I Money to Loan.
I Fire Insurance.
Jas. M. BraiisM
S. J. flolladay,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Orangeburg, 8. C.
Office of Thos. F. Brantley, Barton Bid?.
m a ??M m ?i
no Quinine Tablets. ?
:onths. This Signatare,^
mi lump mil Ii mm??am
Forgotten you? Well, If forgetting
Bethirkirg all the day
How the long hours drag since you
' left me?
(Days seem years with you away)?
Or hearing through all the strange
Of voices now grave, now gay,
Only your voice?Can tbis be forgot
Yet, I bave forgotten, you say,
Or counting each moment with long
'Till the one when I'll see you
If this be forgetting, you're right
And I have forgotten you then.
Forgotten you? Well, if forgetting
Be reading each face that 1 see
With eyes that mark never a feature,
Save yours as you last looked at me.
Forgotten you? Well, if forgetting
Be yearning with all my heart,
With a longing half pain and half j
For tue time when we never shall
If the wild wish to see you and hear |
To be held in your arms again?
If this be forgetting, you're right,
And I have forgotten you then.
Forgotten, you say!
MISS GENEVIVE MAY.
CUBED Bf IM
Miss Genevive May, 1317 S. Meridian
St., Indianapolis, Ind., Member Second
High School Alumni Ass'n, writes:
"Peruna Is the finest regulator of 4
disordered stomach I have ever found.
It certainty deserves high praise, for it
is skillfully prepared.
"I was in a terrible condition from a
neglected case of catarrh of the stomach.
My food had long ceased to be of any
good and only distressed me after eat
ing. I was nauseated, had heartburn
and headaches, and felt rundown com
pletely. But in two weeks after I took
Peruna I was a changed person. A few
bottles of the medicine made a great
change, and in three months n y stom
ach was cleared of catarrh, and my en
tire system in a better condition."?
Write Dr. Hartman, President of The
Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio,
for free medioal advice. All corres
pondence held strictly confidential.
Have just received a few Rub
ber Tire Wood Wheel CUT-UN
DER SURRIES If you need
anythinr in this line and want
somef hug stylish and up-todate
I have them.
Fine Line Summer
Buggy Line Complete.
' L. E. Riley.
Honest in Measure
Send for Color Cards.
PALMETTO PAINT M'F'G CO,
5. c. a
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O . SURGEON DENTIST.
Saving the natural teeth, care of
children's teeth, crown and bridge
work, (teetn without plates,) are some
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Hair to ita Youthful Color.
Cure, icalp diinut. Ic hair (ailing.
40c. and t LKJot DruggliU
in Two Days.
7r$%r%4f box. 25c.
Spread the World's Table
along every line of longitude from
North to South, every parallel of
latitude from East to West; -pile
thereon the foods of every clime and
will surpass them all in the elements
which make a perfect world-food.
In a dust tight,
moisture proof package.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
Based on Right Prices is what Pleases.
WE CAN PLEASE you. This week we will put on
sale 1 case of Dress Ginghams worth 8c a yard, 3,250 yards
at only 5cts.
1 case, 1250 yards of Lawns in all new 100G styles, fully
worth Sc, will go in July Sale 5c.
40 inch White Lawns, very nice and sheer quality, a good
value 10 cents.
25 Dozen Ladies Belts just in, very new designs, the black
Euckle, white, black, grays and Japanese designs. 10c, 25c
and 50c, extra sizes also.
New Lot Val Laces and Tnsertings 5c and 10c.
We are showing many fine values just to make business
hum in J uly.
We run an Employment Bureau in connection with our College, giving
students preference of positions reported to us. By this means, we have
already secured many good positions that will be open to our graduates
this Fall. We have positions reported to us from the following places:
Columbia, Atlanta, Sumter, Ft. Motte and St. Matthews. Persons whc
would like to secure a position as bookkeeper, clerk, stenographer or as
assistant cashier of bank, should address at once
Orangeburg Business College,
Orangeburg, S. C.
A. H. WHITE, Principal
is the logical thing
to cover V uildings with at the present time. Shingles are becoming scarcer
andipoon r every day, therefore you should get the best. Vulcanite is not
only the best, but is in reach of everybody; is put up one square to the roll
con'-'ining 108 sq. ft., which allowsfor laps, thereby leaving one square cover
ed : f er being apolied. Nails and cement, with full directions, are packed in
the center of each roll; contains no tar; is lire-proof, water-nroof, acid-proof
and rot proof. It is recommended by the National Board of Underwriters
and Southeastern Taritr Association. 'You can put it on.' Carried in stock by
jennings and smoak,
_Agents, Orangeburg, S.'c.
ON JULY 5,1900,1 WILL FILE
with the Judge of Probate for
Orangeburg County, S. 0., 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, At torneys, Orange
burg, S. C ,or to me, on or before
Julv 3, 1906,or North, S.C, June 0,
1906. Ella J. Wolfe,
1 Admx. 0. T. A.
Will Be At The
Weriz Mole Co Stable
from Thursday, July 5,
to Saturday, July 7.
OFKICE3, 8, 9, 10 Scoville Building
Hours 9 A. M to 5 P. M.
Ladies in attendance.
Call for "Health Book."
W. HAMPTON DUX?S,
?HBEB FINE HEABSE8 #0. 'OTB
CITY AND COUNTRY SERVICE.