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the Place of
Pantry and Kitchen Table
A Hoosier Cabinet takes the place of both pantry and kitchen table. Its
krge cupboards, its commodious drawers and bins, [hold everything a pantry
will. It is absolutely mouse and dust proof and it costs far less than the
bml^-in-pantry. Besides it can be moved to the most convenient "place or into
the best light. It is in reality a complete portable pantry.1 ?
A Hoosier Cabinet takes up no more space than a kitchen table.! It is much
better since the table space is all available. . "You ''don't have] to flutter it up
with the different utensils you are using, as they can all be kept in their prouer
places in the cabinet and still be within easy reach.
They have been successfully used for years by architects and builders in place
af the old-fashioned built-in pantry. Every person, who builds a house, should
see that the architect leaves a place in the kitchen for a
Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet.
It saves money and space and adds a vast amount to the convenience'of the
A Hoosier Cabinet is not an exnense, it's an investment. An investment in
labor-saving machinery that pays for itself in the waste it saves, and gives
value four and five times over each year in the extra steps and energy it saves;
in the leisure hours and pleasure it gives out of the kitchen. The more econ
omy you have to exercise in your household, the more reason there is in your
having a HOOSIER CABINET. And don't put off buying your cabinet a day
longer than you can help. You need it now. For sale only by M. 0. Dantzler.
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RUEL ' : ; ET
OR ANGEBURG, S. 0.
Buggies and Wagons
ALWAYS IN STOCK.
100 Buggies ?
Oscar R. Lowman.
(Successor to Jno. A. Hamilton
Sr. and Jr. whose Insurance
Books we have.)
WE represent Fourteen (14) of the
Largest Fire Ins. Co's. in the United
We take Fire, Tornado and Plate
Glass risks at the lowest possible cost
to the assurred.
Give us your business and if we
please you, tell your friends, if we dc
not please you, tell us.
Office, second story Louis Building.
Southwest Corner Russell and Market
stieets, Orangeburg, S. C.
Phone No. 53. Ask Centra; to ring
Geo. S. Baker & Son
The Largest and Most Complete
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Moldings,
Sash, Weights, Co Hardware and
Hardware & Ready-Mixed Paint.
Charleston, S. C.
One 50 H.*P. Lidell Automatic En
One 60 H. P. ErielCity Boiler.
One Drag Saw.
One Cut Off Saw.
Ore Self Feed Rip Saw.
One Broom Handle Lathe.
One Hoe Handle Lathe.
Two Polishing Drums.
One Hand Lathe.
One Large Grind Stone and Stand.
Two Car Loads short lengths of Ash:
Walnut, Persimmon and Dogwood.
One hundred feet of Shafting.
One lot Shafting Hangers.
One lot Pulleys
125 Doz. Base Ball Bats.
The above is situated in a two-story
factory building, dimensions 50x100ft..
with ell attached 30.\50ft, two stories.
Lot measuring 200 feet frontage and
524 feet in depth. Rail Road into the
yard. In a desirable part of the city
of Orangeburg, S. C. This property
will be sold in part or in whole. It can
be utilized for most any kind of enter
prise" For full particulars.apply to
Jas. L. Sims,
Orangeburg, S. C.
!ir> difference l?t?een Hittlnc and Missing is thedlf.
fieraice between an Accurate ami an lnac< ?rate Arm.
Choose wifely?discriminate! Get a STEVENS!
Potty vears of experienceis behind our tried and
K1FLKS. PISTOLS, SHOTGUNS
_Rifle Telesoopcs, Etc.
Ask fourdealerand insist
da the STBVBSCS. If you
annot obtain, we shipdl.
rcu. express prep.ii.:,en
receipt of catalog j?ri? e.
Send 4C in stamps fur 14c
i>.t^c catalog describing
tl:c entire s I kvh.ns line.
Profusely lllustrated.an. I
contains |*'ints on Shout.
In?? Ammunition, Etc
Ileautifu' three-color Aluminum llnnirer will be for
warded for 10 < cms in itamps.
J. STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL CO.,
P.U. l!ox J056
Ciiicopfk Palls, Mass.,U.S. a.
A Pianor or An Organ For You.
To the head of every family who is ambi
tious for the future and education of his chil
dren, we have a Special Proposition to make.
No article in the home shows the evidence
of culture that does a Piano or Organ. No ac
complishment gives as much pleasure or is of
as great value in after life as the knowledge
of music and the ability to play well.
Our Small Payment Plat a makes owner
ship of a high grade Piano or Organ easy.
Just a few dollars down and a small paymem
each month or quarterly or B9mi-annually and
the instrument is yours,
Write us today for Catalogues and ou Speo
ial Proposition of Easy Payments.
Addref" Malone's Music Co.,
CnlnmHn.. 8 C.
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
A Busy Medicine for Busy People.
Brines Golden Health and Renewed Vicor.
A specific for Constipation. Indigestion, Liver
and Kidney troubles, Pimples, Eczema, Impure
niooil, Bad Breath, Slumsh Bowels, lluaducho
and Backuche. Its Rocky Mountain Tea in tab
let form. IIS cents a box. Genuine made by
llOLLisTEit Diiro Company. Madison, Wis.
GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE
Cures Biliousness, Sick
Headache, Sour Stom
ach, Torpid Liver and
Pleasant to taKe
Laxative Fruit Syrup
For Sale by Dr. A. C. DUF.TSS
Cleanses the system
thoroughly and clears
sallow complexions of
pimples and blotches.
It Is auaranteed
Iff tmw LIFE"
PRAISE FOR I FAMOUS MEDICINE
Mrt. Wllladson Tells How She Tried Lydia
E. Pinkbam's Vegetable Compound Jnot
Mrs. T. C. Willadsen, of Manning,
Iowa, writes to Mrs. Pinkham:
Dear Mrs. Pinkham :?
" I can truly say that you have saved my
life, and I cannot express my gratitude tc'
you in words.
"Before I wrote to yon, telling yon how I
1 felt, I had doctored for over two years steady
and svent lots of monoy on medicines besides,
but it all failed to help ma My monthly pe
riods had ceased and I suffered much pain,
with fainting spells, headache, backache and
bearing-down pains, and I was so weak I
could hardly keep around. As a last resort
I decided to write you and try Lydia & Fink?
ham's Vegetable Compound, and I am so
thankful that I did, for after following your
instructions, which you sent me free of all
charge, I became regular and in perfect
health. Had it not been for you I would be
in my grave to-day.
" I sincerely trust that this letter may lead
?very suffering woman in the country to
write you for help as I did."
"When women are troubled with ir
regular or painful periods, weakness,
displacement or ulceratton of an organ,
that bearing-down feeling, inflamma
tion, backache, flatulence, general de
bility, indigestion or nervous prostra
tion, they should remember there is
one tried and true remedy. Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound at once
removes such troubles.
No other female medicine in the world
has received such widespread and on
qualified endorsement. Eefuse all sub
For 25 years Mrs. Pinkham, daughter
in-law of Lydia E. Pinkham, has under
her direction, and since her decease,
been advising sick women free at
charge. Address, Lynn, Maas?
ON THE KUH.
Sensational Salts Have Been Brought
The prosecutions the government is
about to begin can very properly be
classed as sensational. They are said
to be against the Standard Oil Com
pany and the Pennsylvania railroad.
It seems these ooporations are not to
be Indicted but their officials in re
sponsible positions are to be.
Mr. Cassat the president of the
Pennsylvania is mentioned as one of
che railroad men who will be prosecut
ed. His trial would attract attention
In Europe as well as In this country,
ilnoe there are few better known men
in the financial world than he. The
Diial would be a notable one for the
lefendant would be prosecuted by the
italest men the government could ob
aln and would be defended by law
yers whose fame is not confined by
It bas been Intimated that it is, not
the purpose to prosecute anv of the
heads of the Standard Oil Company,
but that intimation Isn't authorita
tive. It wouldn't be surprising if the
loads of that trust were attaoked.
it is difficult to see why the president
jf the Pennsylvania railroad should
be prosecuted and not the chief men
of the Standard Oil company.
In Wall street it 1b said the Stan
dard Oil Company realizes it must
idopt new methods of doiDg business?
that its present method cannot be pur
sued any longer with safety. Hence,
it is proposed to greatly lnorease the
trust's oapltal steck and to list the
mares on the stook exchange. In ad
dition it is said reports of its business
will be published regularly and the
policy of secrecy will be abandoned.
If this information is correct it
would seem that the great trusts are
on the run and that the government
has but to pursue its advantage to
bring them to terms. A few days
will doubtless show what the pro
gramme of the government is and
whether or not the trusts are ready
to abandon the fight and agree to
obey the laws for their regulation.
Ravages or Boll Weevil.
A dispatch from Atlanta says State
Entomologist Smith bas written to
Commissioner of Agriculture Hudson,
declaring that the boll weevil is bound
to make ravages in the fields of Geor
gia cotton unless something radical
prevents. He urges Commissioner
Hudson to take the matter up with
the general assembly and arrange
some way whereby the farmers may
be reimbursed for a part of ahe crop,
which will necessarily be destroyed.
Entomologist Smith has just returned
from a visit to Mississippi, where he
has been making a study of the pes
tiferous insect. He urges the farme?
of the state to be on their guird and
report an appearance of it in Georgia
in order that It may be exterminated
A suicide pact between Mrs. Mary
Behrens, a widow, and Edward Gan
zer, who had a wife and live children,
resulted Friday in the death of both
the man and the woman and Peter
Behrens, the 12-year-old son of Mrs.
Behrens. All three were found dead
In the woman's apartments In Dekalb
avenue, Brooklyn, with every gas
burner turned on. Mrs. Ganzer had
recently asked Mrs. Behrens to give
Ganzer up, threatening at the same
time to procure warrants for the ar
rest of both. Two letters were left
by the sulcios, one by Mrs. Behrens to
her "friends," and the other from
Ganzer to his brother in-law.
Mayor Tom L. Johnston of Cleve
land has accepted an Invitation to
preside at the reception of Wm. J.
Bryan in Madison Square Garden N.
Y. on Mr. Bryan's return to this
country. Henry Watterson will de
liver an address on behalf of the
Soutn. and Alexander Troop of New
Haven will speak in the name of the
COUHTBY B0I8 AHB GLBL8.
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Should bfl Given the Same Chance
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Town Children Have.
It Is a remarkable faot tbat?a large
part'of the brain and brawn has al
ways come from the rural districts of
all countries. We mightjgo down the
business streets of any town in South
Carolina to-day and take an inventory,
so to speak, of the men who axe doing
the business, and we would find a large
part of them were reared in the coun
try/We ddriot write to make odious
comparisons between the country
children and the town children, hut
we wish to call the attention of par
ents in the country to the new order
of things coming to pass.
We wish to ask fathers and moth
ers if It is reasonable to suppose that
their boys and girls in the country
who only have an opportunity to cul
tivate and develop their minds from
three and one-half to four months in
the year will be able to stand up and
compete with and enter into life's
strugles with the boys and girls In tbe
towns who have 0 months to Improve
thn mind and be trained for life's
work; to say nothing of the magazines
good literature and lectures to which
they have access. It is not reasonable
to suppose that children who have
practically the j same natural ability
and have more than twice the oppor
tunities the others do, will be equal
when the contest comes.
Parents of the raral districts, your
children aie aa dear to you as any par
ents. Do you want them to be help
less or Inferior in capacity to their
fellows in tbe years to come? I am
sure no true parent does. But mark
tbe prediction; unless the parents of
the rural districts bestir 'themselves
and secure more of the advantages for
their children in the way of educa
vlon, the time will surely come when
those who have it not must serve.
This is not a pleasant thought, but It
is as true as the Gospel Itself. We do
not want to see parents of tho rural
districts satisfied with three or four
months' school; they must not be con
tent with this if they ezpeot to keep
pace with the towns and villages.
Ic Has Been Hotter.
It has been hot, very hot in faot,
but, says the State, Section Director
Bauer in charge of the weather
bureau in Columbia says that the
thermometer has been higher in June
and in f 10t the temperature has not
been unusual. What has made the
people long for the breezes, of the fans
is the moisture in the atmosphere.
Nearly every day the little
shower would add to the humidity
and for this reason the heat has been
felt more. This Is the usual time
for a little hot spell, the highest
registered this year being 95 degrees
early in June and again on June
24. Last year June 26 saw the
mercury Bhoot up to 97 and
yet the people this year will assert
??-hat it is the "hottest ever." A
break In the wave is expected shortly,
however, if precedents are followed
ind In faot the nights now are begin
ning to be a little more bearable.
The noblest form of forgiving Is
A fool even in a king's robe is no
What tragedy can compare to a life
No man who loves his fellow-man
sould be mean.
A man's manner either makes his
fortune or mars it.
The more charity giveth the more
abarity has to give.
Because a man is poor is no indica
tion that he is obeap.
Life is made up, the Arabs declare,
3f a wish and a dream.
Most of a woman's air castles are
located on Honeymoon Hill.
The path to tbe pporbouse is strewn
with ninety-eight cent bargains.
Only he can do the great things
well who does the little things willing
Killed His Man.
Stanford White, prominent in New
York society,was sbot and killed in
Madison Square roof garden, New ?
York, on Monday night by Harry
TJnaw, member of a wealthy Pitts
burg family. Thaw created a sensa
tlcu some time ago by marrying Eve
lyn Neabit, an actress, against tbe
protests of bis family, The row was
caused by family affaira
Will (yarn Consumption.
A. A, nerren, Finch,Ark., writes;
"Foley's Honey and Tar is the best
preparation fo coughs, colds and lung
trouble. I know tbat it has cured
consumption in the first stages." You
never heard of anyone using Foley's
Honey and Tar and not be satisfied.
A. C. Dukes._
Tomorrow may never come; yester
day is gone fore7er. But here's to
& GAUR ANTE E U CUKE FOR PILES
A GAU11ANTEED CUKE FOR PILES
Itching, Blind, Bleediug, Protruding
Piles. Druggists are authorized to
refund money if Pazo Ointment falls
to cure in G to 14 diys. 50c.
And after all, life gives most of us
what we deserve. ?New Orleans Plo
All smart up-to-date women of today,
Know bow to bake, wash, sing and 10
Without these talents a wife is N. G*
Unless she takes Rocky Mountain Tea.
A. Calhoun Doyle, & Co.
The cynic will confide, first thing,
tbat life's whipped cream is nothing
This is i lie season of listlessncss,
headaches and spring disorders. JIol
lister's Rocky Mountain Tea is a sure
preventative. Makes you strong and
vigorous. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets A.
Calhoun Doyle & Co.
Well, granted that politeness is
simply Idealized policy?It's worth
while even at that.
Whpre GO-FLY goes flies will not
go. ?se it on your Hoses and Cat
r,le. Sold by Salley Drug Co. and
Summ: rs and Tray wick, Cameron, S.
Shakespeare aays the soul of a man
is ic nis clothes. And yet the wise
ones prate of the vanity of woman!
experiments, 'ranging over
many^ years,*; have Tproved con
clusively that" the liberal use of
Potash is essential to the pro
duction of big yields\of: full
eared corn. M"
Let us send you our practical bookjjlelling of these and
many other careful crop-feeding tests; they are free to farmers
without any cost or obligation. Send name and address.
Address, 02RMAN KALI WORKS, "
tiew Yorlc-93 Nassau Street, or Atlanta, Ga.-22tf So. Broad Street*
We are ready to sell you now the best furniture ever
brought to Orangeburg. We have been in business
here long enough to understand the wants of the peo
ple hereabouts and to know the kind of furniture that
lasts longest and looks best.
Among the new arrivals we offer a three piece suite
that is the peer of any on the market and the best ever
offered for $30.00.
Other good bed room suites at' $7.75, and up to $100.
Splendid Rockers, solid oak, for $1 and up to $15.
Brass beds and Iron beds in great variety. Best made
for the prices $2.50 and up to $40.
HARDWARE AND TOOLS.
Wo have a nery complete stock of all needed hardware
and building tools and farm utensils. If you buy it
from us you know you get the best to be had. We
handle only the best in every line.
??THE BEST GUNS MADE.-?
Orangeburg Hardware &
WE: ARE GETFIWG MORE IN TOUCH WITH MIR EVERY Dir'
Owing to the increasing demand of the public for the best article for
,he least money we are succeeding, by furnishing standard goods at close
orofits, in getting more in touch with the farmer every day.
Every farmer in the County should see us, if for nothing more than
netting right prices, before buying elsewhere.
Another car of Rock Hill buggies will arrive this week.
Harness, Laprobes, Wagons, Umbrellas, Saddles aud Saddlery hard-*
ivare of every description.
SI FLY & FRITH.
Tombstones and Monuments.
Irepresent three large marble works, and it will pay anybody
needing anything in this line to get my prices before buying.
You should not fail to mark the last resting place of your loved
ones with a stone whose inscription will survive for many years
the crumbling touch of t'me. It is a dutyof love that should be
symbolized by something more lasting than flowers watered by
tears of grief. Every slab, shaft, tombstone or monument I han
dle is a triumph of the stone cutter's, sculptor's and engraver's
art and my prices are most reasonable. How about that neglect
grave of mother, or father, sister or brother? Can refer you to
work done in this county by the companies I represent, and I think
that you will agree that it is first-class in every particular.
Also take orders for high-grade sewing machines, pianos and
organs. Others are higher in price?hut none better.
J. WANiNAMAKEiR, Orangeburg, S. C.
Residence on Pearl street between Orange street and Railroad Avenue.
The People's Bank.
ORANGEBURG. S. C.
County ?iiid City Depository.
Capital paid in H'JOl).8 .'10.000.
Surplus and Undivided Profits. 19,000.
Deposits (January 1,1906.). 285,5(35.
SAH-: AND ACCOMMODATING.
"We'want your deposit account, and oiler you every inducement
to put your money with us. We pay the highest rates for depos
its. 4 per cent in the Savings Department and 4J per cent on Cer
tificates of Deposit for six months or longer; and we lend money
to our depositors at the lowest current rate.
D. O. Herbert, President. H. C. Wannamaker, Cashier.
B. F. Muckenfuss, Vice Pres. W. L. Glover, Asst. Cashier.
The People's Bank, the bank for all the people, has been a re
markable success. We believe in "a squarcdeal for all." Give
us a trial.
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