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Council Chamber, City Ol Orangeburg,
S. C. August 4, 1906.
Proceedings of regular meeting of
City Council this day. Present Alder
man Latbrop, acting mayor, and Al
derman Fairey, Oliver and SaUey. Ab
sent Mayor Dayie, and alderman Jet
fords and Sain.
Tne report* of the eity treasnier for
the month of July was read and re
ferred to the finance committee and
The report of' secretary Commis
aioner of Publio Works for the month \
of July was read and received as in
formation and ordeied published.
The proposed orulnanoe entitled
"An ordinance to raise supplies andj
make; appropriations Co meet the ha- \
bilitlos of the City of Orangeburg, for
the fiscal year beginning April 1,19C6\
I and/endlug March 31, 1907," receiver |
its third and last reading oy secclons
and/ was so adopted and also adopted
as ft whole and ordered ratified which
wasi done. The ordinance was also]
prdereu published for the usual time.
/ (See ordinance published)
The application of Adden Brothers
' tor the refund of one dollar dog tax
erroneously paio, was granted and the
treasurer directed to make the refund.
The application of Clifford Brun
son through W. L. Douglas?, for re
fund of compound tax for 1906 paio
by him was granted it having been i
shown that he was under age, and i
the treasurer was instructed to make I
The clerk and treasurer was in
structed to renew for one year from
tbo third day of August instant, the
.City's subscription to the "Manufac
turers' Record of Baltimore.
At the suggestion of ttie chief of
the fire department that some action \
bs taken in reference to the inspec
tion of premises where eombuswoit
matter and other lrfUmable articles
and trash are frequently thrown and
permitted to remain, the following
resolution was adopted: That th?
chairman of the committee on fire de
partment, the chief of police and tbe
chief of the fire department, be auth
orized and requested to make aj
thorough Inspection of all such prem
ices and to r?vs removed whene/er|
fcund all irflimmable matter, and
that all parties responsible for thej
storing of suoh trash, who shall
refuse or neglet to remove tbe same
after reasonable notice, be reported
to the mayor for Euch action as he
may see proper to take And that suob
Inspections be made as often as tbe of
flcials above named may mink advis
After the reading of a letter invit
ing participation by the city in the!
meeting of the National Association
of firemen tobe held In Roanoke, Va.,
during the year 1906, it was resolved
that the chief of tbe fire department
be appointed a delegate to represent
the city at iuoh meeting and tbat the ]
city defray tie necessary railroad fare i
and 82 00 per day hotel fare for suoh j
Tug committee on city property
was authorized to enlarge the efficej
of tbe city clerk and commiFsloner? of |
PnMic Works at a cost not exceeding
Tne report of the chief of police for
the month of July was read showing,
number of arrests made, 40; days'
work on streets from June arrests, 4;
amount of flues and forfeitures colleo
ted and paid to treasurer, 836 00, and
amount of comp* u id and dog tax Col
lected through mayor's court and paid
to treasurer, 815 CO.
There being no further bnsiness the j
minutes were confirmed and the Coun
L. H. Wannamaker,
Clerk and Treasurer.
Office of City Clerk and Treasurer,
Orangeburg, S. C, July 1,1906.
To the City Council.
Gentlemen: I respectfully submit)
this report of the rnancial transac- ]
tions of my office for the month of
Balance cash city funds in
treasury July 1.8 2,787 59
Received during the month.. 1,415 73
Transferred back from Com
Public Works. 104 28
Total.8 4,307 60
Disbursed during the month 2,678 83
Balance city funds on band
this date .8 1,628 77
Balance to acct Com Pub
Works.... 273 321
Total cash in treasury this
date.-.8 1,902 091
80ubcbs of receipts.
Comp tax. 506 00
Rent. 8 00
Fines & forfeitures. 63 00
Licenses. 124 00
Dog tax.:. 120 00
Dispensary for June. 592 38
Coal sold. 170
State Hospital Insane. 651
Total.8 1,415 73 j
Street deprt.8 462 90]
Police deprt. 393 56
Executive deprt. 196 08
Water & L deprt. 489 37
Fire deprt. 930 80
Health deprt. 206 12
Total.8 2,678 83
Postmaster, box rent and
stamps.8 2 001
Owen & Co.repars for St dept 15 00 I
Owen & Co, repairs for sani
tary deprt. 12 40
M O Dantsler plow point &c. 55
T F Deas shoeing mules &c... 7 20
Orangeburg Hrw & Fur Co,
collar p~d &c. 1 85
A C Doyle & Co., medicine
for muie. 2 20
Orange Cotton Mills, 43 tons
coal. 3.30. 141 90,
John Cart, ice. U H0\
Street pay-roll, week ending
July 7. 44 74
Health pay-roll, week ending
July 7. 17 50
The State Company, ads in
re sewerage engineer &c... 18 001
News & Courier, ads in re
sewerage engineer &c. 6 401
Geo Leininger Chemical Co
disinfectant. 54 721
The Patriot, contract ad to
Julyl. 25 00)
H W Black, 20* bus corn 80c 16 401
Sou. Express Co., charge on
W ? Cannon, Job printing. 4 251
So. Bell Tel & Tel Co., serv
r-ice for Aug. & L D M. 3 031
Ayers& Williams, corn and
cement. 21 911
JjJlliott Davis, repairing
Street pay-roll, week ending
July 14..?..... 45 20
Health pay-roll,1 week ending
July 14. 21 00
T H Cromer, 1st payment
from appro East End B Co 400 00
Orange Cotton Mills, 43 tons
coal, 83.30... 14190
Eureka Fire Hose Co,hose &c 115 00
Street pay-roll, week ending
July 21. 42 95
Health pay-roll, week ending
July 21. 21 001
T H Cromer, 2nd payment
from appro East End E Co 150 001
Western Union Tel Co Zincs 16 801
Manufacturers' Record Pub
Co, ads sewerage engineer
&c_. 34 40|
East End Reel Co Beg appro
for June & July. 54 00
H B Thomas,hack hire police 50
T H Cromer, 3rd payment
from appro East End R Co 300 00
Street pay-roll, week ending
July 28. 44 151
Health pay-roll, week ending
July 28. 19 501
T H Wannamaker, 55 bus
corn. 46 751
Orange Cotton Mills, 42.8
tons of coal 3 25..;. 138 901
SALARIES patd fob. july.
William Wade janitor city
hall.i. 2 501
James E Salley electrician
fire deprt. 10 00
W L Douglass health officer.. 50 00
J B Etheridge St overseer. 50 00
Andrew CDibble asst to clerk
& trf asurer . 66 67
W G Albergottl chief police. 75 00
C M Dukes policeman...'. 50 90
W M Castleberry policeman. ? 50 42
J B Kelly policeman. 48 96
F M D'Mars policeman. 51 80
S J Bozard policeman. 43 68
W H Edwins policeman. 21 32
R F Jennings spec'l police.... 50 98
L H Wannamaker Stcretary.
board health. 10 00
L H Wannamaker clerk and
treasurer. 85 001
Total in Vouchers Nos. 1
to 46 inclusive.8 2,678 83
L. ?. WANNAMAKER,
City Clerk and Treasurer.
rominieet.is R' port.
'To the City Council and Commission
ers of Public Works.
Gentlemen: I respectfully submit j
this report of the receipts and dis
bursements of my office of Secretary
Commissioners Public Works, for
the month of July,. 1906.
(No balance brought from June]
Received during the month... 1,151 87
Disbursed during the month..
. $774 27
Transferred back to City
funds. 104 28 878 55
Balance on hand this date.$ 273 32 j
60TJRCES of beceipt8.
Water rents. .$ 420 33
Electric current . 439 90
Materials. 301 64
Expense acct.8 447 041
Extension acct. 182 28
Material acct. 144 95
Orangeburg Hdw. & Fur.Co.,
J W Smoak, supplies for June 10 15 \
Sou Express Co charges on
R J Jeffords, hauling coal. 19 5o
Robert Lide,Agent insurance
premium. 58 00
WF Cannon Job printing.... 3 65
Keasby & Mattison Co Gas
kets.;. 5 79 j
Ayers & Williams, cement... 1 30 j
Westingnouse El Mfg Co
Pliers &c. 4 101
Sou Express Co charge on
pole lift. 601
Columbia Supply Co packing
&h>ad. 74 90|
Southworth & Hare, Com
compound.1. 3 68
Sou Ry, Co. frgbt, on wire &c 4 22
William Felder, special labor 4 38
Aaam Robinson,cement work 4 Do
A C L Ry., Co., freight on
supplies. 2 14
W. Union Tel Co.,telegrara... 68
Western Electric Co., L cord
E meters &c. 155 12 \
Mueller Maofg Co parts for
tapping machine. 20 80]
Special pay roll txtenson
work. 8 631
Sou Express Co charges on
supplies & materials. 2 91
ACL Ry, Co., freight on ma
C H Dannelly baul'g poles etc 4 50 j
Southern Exchange- Co On
acct 65 E poles (50 per ct).. 94 251
Power House pay roll. 288 001
Total in Vouchers Nos 1 to
25 inclusive. 8 774 27
L. H. WANNAMAKER,
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 care will be
neatly and promptly executed. Shop on
street in rear of Wannamaker, Smoak
& Co. J.C.Jones.
/^VNE CASH REGISTER, 200 Cloak
\J Hangers, One Very Large Fire
Proof Safe, One Large Mirrow. Apply
to 1. Rich,
Real Estate Agent,
Orangeburg, S. C
Fish! Fish! Fish!
WHY GIVE 12* AND 15 CENTS
per pound for beef stake when
you can get nice tresh water perch,
bream ana mountain trout at J. M.
Way's. They are much cheaper and
better. Phone 106.
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY' GIVEN
that Jerusalem bridge and Lower
Bull Swamp bridtre are torn up lor re
pairs and will not be opened to the
public for travel for thirty days,
Aug. 3, 1906. j
Olin M. Dantzler,
Cures Biliousness, Sick
Headache, Sour Stom
ach, Torpid Liver and
Pleasant to take
Illustrated Song 1
MYSTERY OF SPACE.
Tbo Sun Would Be Hardly YUfefc
Alongside the Pleiades.
li our sun were removed to ^he
Pleiades it would hardly be visible in
an opera glass, with which nearly
100 stars can be seen in the clus
ter. Sixty or seventy Pleiades sur
pass our sun in brilliancy, Alcyone
being 1,000 times more brilliant,
Eleoira 500 times and Maia nearly
400. Sirius itself takes a subordi
nate rank when compared with the
five most brilliant members of *a
group the real magnificence of
which we can thus in some degree
If we seek to know the dimen
sions of the cluster itself we are
met with many difficulties, but on
the assumption that it is approxi
mately spherical' in shape we can
calculate its diameter to be over
40,000,000,000 miles. If we think
of the dimensions of our solar sys
tem by themselves or in relation to
terrestrial matter they appear stu
pendously enormous. Neptune, the
most distant known member, has
an orbit over 5,000,000,000 miles
across, but the solar system is to the
Pleiades but a Lilliputian to a Brob
??ignagian, is but as a microbe to a
mountain, for a sphere the size of
the solar system would, if it were
spherical and its diameter that of
tne orbit of Neptune, be relatively
so minute that it could be contained
more than 400,000,000,000 times in
a sphere the size of tbe Pleiades.
In other words, the limits of the
Pleiades could contain 150 solar sys
tems as many times over as there
are miles between Neptune and the
It must not be forgotten that,
though there are 2,800 stars in the
cluster, yet with such dimensions
for the entire group vast distances
must separate the stars from one an
other. In fact, 2,300 spheres, each
with a diameter of 3,000,000,000
miles, could be contained in the lim
its assigned to the group, and as
suming equal distribution of the
stars in the group each would be at
the center of a sphere 3,000,000,000
miles across and therefore a light
journey of 187 days from its nearest
One of Toolc's Jokes.
One of the practical jokes of J.
L, Toole, the famous English come
dian, is described in the recollec
tions of the daughter of James
Hain FriswelL He and his brother
actor, Lionel Brough, dressed in
ragged clothes, as they appear in
?"Dearer Than Life,'* were passing
through one of the most aristocratic'
London squares on their way to a
photographer's to be token in cos
Toole knocked at the door of a
large bouse and asked the astonish
ed footman whether his master was
"No, he's notr* said the man,
about to bang tbe door.
Tell him that his brothers, tbe
porter and the pauper, called, and
well come back later in the after
Shakespeare and English.
There is an old, a very old, tale
told of a venerable lady who, after
seeing the play of "Hamlet" for the
first time, said, "It is a very good
play as plays go, but it is made up
of quotations." This good dame,
although she was probably unaware
of it, was acknowledging, in a round
about way perhaps, the indebted
ness of the English language to our
national bard. Phrases, sentences
and sometimes whole lines from his
writings have been crystallized, as it
were, into colloquial English, and
there are probably mere quotations
drawn from the vodka of Shake
speare than from those of any other
author, ancient or modern.?-Cham
A Disciple of Cleanliness.
' A teacher in one of the public
schools was endeavoring to inculcate
in her pupils a proper regard for the
'virtues of cleanliness. After her
instructive/little talk she asked the
children to give their own views on
the subject, whereat a student of
eight raised his hand.
"Well, George?" '
And George thereupon uttered this
"1 think we ought to take a good
scrub every Saturday night 'cause,
you know, we're all full of little
holes, an' they might get plugged
up,"?Cleveland Plain Dealer.
A Wide Awake Citizen.
The man who has never heard of
the civil war and who exists only in
the comic prints had a prototype in
France. It is related that Napoleon
L a year after becoming emperor de
termined to find out whether there
was any one in the world who had
never heard of him. Within a fort
night the police of Paris had dis
covered a woodchoppex of Montmar
tre, witnin Paris, who had never
beard of the revolution nor of the
death of Louis XVL ;aor of Emper
or Napoleon I
axafive Fruit Syrn;
i. A. C. DUKES.
*ost Cards 5c each at Sim
"WAR D0G8" U8ED IN BATTLE.
Act as Scouts, Outposts and Red Crass
In mediaeval times the war dog often
appears defending convoys and lug
gage, and dogs clad in mail, "with
scythes and spikes Jutting out, wera
used to distract the enemy's cavalry.
Even port-fires were placed on the
dogs' backs to set fire to the enemy's
The Turks also used dogs as scouts.
Napoleon, In Italy, used dogs as Bcouts,
and one. Moustache, becama famous
for tracking spies.
But nowadays they do tilings with
war dogs that would have astonished
the ancients. The Germans have UBed
them for 20 years. Spain and Holland
have taken them up. We use them in
the Philippines. Great Britain alone
is, as usual, conservative.
Dogs are used as scouts to warn
troops of lurking enemies, as outposts
and as messengers between pickets,
supports and reserves. Particularly at
night are they useful. In battle dogs
carry ammunition to the firing line,
and after it is over they can beat the
Red Cross men at finding the wound
The best war dogs are medlum-Blzed
?for they do no actual fighting, but
belong rather to the Intelligence de
partment They must come of work
ing stock and have hard feet Collies
have, on the whole, proved most fit?
and female dogs are far preferable to
porting dogs cannot eradicate their
lo ve of chase, which might lead to tha
gravest consequences In military em
ployment Greyhounds have little in
telligence, bad notes, are difficult to
teach, and are all born hunters. Fox
terriers: and the other terriers are too
small. Bulldogs and bull terriers are
difficult to manage. The poodle has
intelligence, but it Is not fitted for the
work. Newfoundlands, St Bernards,
mastiffs and Danes would soon tire on
a hot march la summer. For draught
purposes they could be used, as in the
Italian army, but they lack endurance.
The war dog should assist the ad
vance guard, scour the country and
gceht the enemy's ambuscades; and a
dog so trained in peace should be in
valuable in war. For instance, take
the services he renders to the customs
officials on the various continental
frontiers, where the smuggling by
means of dogs loaded with contraband
has to be kept down.
The war dog should scout out by
word of command, and his movements
should be an easy index of the where
abouts of an enemy; the smallest In
dentation of ground should no longer
serve for an enemy's ambuscade. The
dogs can also scent out tracks of the
enemy and bring him to bay; but the
eyes of a scout must be fixed only on
the dog to watch his movements, and
on nothing else. In reconnoitring hills
the scouts should remain at the top
and put out the dogs over the top. In
reconnoitring defiles the dogs should be
sent up both sides and through the
center. In examining villages the dogs
should be sent up the principal streets,
and all haystacks, garuens, etc., should
be visited while looking out for lurk
ing enemies; in fact, dogs do this work
Car quicker than dismounted men.
Two hunared dogs, chiefly sheep
dogs, are at present attached to the
German forces operating in Herrero
Land, Africa, under Gen. von Trotha.
One of them, "Flock," has bean sent
home to Kiel invalided. He was
wounded by a bullet in the engagement
of Opajbo while scouting in front of
the skirmishing line. He displayed tha
greatest fearlessness under fire, and
worked faultlessly until disabled. The
Japanese are using a number of dogs
for reconnoitring purposes; they are
attached to long ropes and are well
trained. The Russians are employ
ing dogs for eantry and messenger
Capt Persidsky of the late Count
Keller's staff, writing from Odessa,
says: "In finding the wounded men
with which the millet fields are strewn
nothing has succeeded like our seven
dogs; their intelligence, especially tha
English-bred ones, is extraordinary."?
New York MalL
Celebration of Birth.
The birth of a child among tha
working class in Cumberland, Eng
land, has been from time Immemorial,
and is still, celebrated by the making
of a mixture called "rumbatter." Its
ingredients are butter, sugar, rum and
spices, and it is a really palatable com
pound. Every person entering the
house where a birth has taken place is
offered a taste for several weeks after
tha event It is an insult to the child
and its parents to refuse the proffered
dainty, and not to proffer it is consid
ered equally discourteous.
Accidents will hap ^en, but the best
regulated families keep Dr. Thomas'
Electric Oil for such emergencies. 11
subdues the pain and heals the hurts
Rocky Mount am Tea Nuggeis
A Busy Medicine fur Busy People.
Brings Golden Health and Renewed Vigor.
A specific for Constipation, Innltrestlon. Liver
and Kidney troubles. Pimples. Eczema, Impure
Blood, Bud Breath. Slujrcish Bowels. Headache
and Backache. Its Rocky Mountain Tea In tab
let form, .'l? cents a box. Genuine mado by
Hollisteu Duuo Companv. Madison, Wls.
that will last a life time is what you
want. Our Organs have a pure tone
and lovely cases. We can supply
you with an Organ that will please in
every particular for onlv $65 and $70,
delivered. Wiite us for our special
terms of payment, and for Illustrations
of the beautiful Organs referred to.
If you prefer a Piano we have beau
tiful and good new Uprights from $18f
up on easy terms.
Address Malone'a Music House,
Columbia. S. Q
Cleanses the system
thoroughly and clears
sallow complexions of
pimples and blotches.
It Ha guaranteed
is' Book Store.
A VETERAN OF THE BUCK
HAWK, MEXICAN AND
THE CIVIL WARS.
Municipal Tax Notier 1
of City Clerk and Treasurer, j.
CAPT. W. W. JACKSON.
Sufferings Were Protracted and Sever*
?Tried Every Known Remedy With
cut Relief?Serious Stomach TroubU
Cured by Three Bottles ofPerunal
Oapt. W. W. Jackeon, 705 G St., N. W,
"Washington, D. C, writes:
"I am eighty-lhree years old, a
reteran of the Black Hawk, Mexican
and the Civil Wars. I am by profession
a physician, bat abandoned the same.
"Some years ego I was seriously at
fected with catarrh of the stomach.
My sufferings were protracted and
severe. I tried every known remedy
without obtaining relief.
"In desperation I began the use of
your Peruna. I began to realize Im
mediate though gradual improvement
"After the use of three bottles every
appearance of my complaint was re
moved, and I have no hesitation in rec
ommending it as an infallible remedy
for that disorder."?W. W.Jackson.
AddreBS Dr. S. 13. Hartman, President | hhe OitV"of* 6Va_Keburg" not" exempt
Orangeburg, S. C, Aug. 5,1906.
Il pursuance of the provisions of
I the following ordinance and other or
j dinances of the City of Orangeburg,
; relating to the assessment and collec
i tion of taxes therein, notice is hereby
! given that the City Treasurer's office
j will be open on the first day of Sept
. ember 1906, and continue open every j
j day duriDg said month (Sunday ex
! cepted) from 9 o'clock ia the forenoon
; till 2 o'clock in the afternoon, for the |
j receipt of city taxes, without penaltv,
? for the fiscal year beginning April 1.
! 1906, and ending March 31,1907. The j
total levy as fixed by the ati ached or
dinance is 134 mills on each and every
dollar of the assessed value of all real
and personal pooperty in the City of
' Orangeburg, as follows:
I Ordinary expenses. 7 mills
? Interest & Sinking Fund
E. R. Bonds. H mills
Interest & Sinking Fund
W. & L. Bonds. 2i mills
Street Paving. 2| mills
All iersons interested wilL take|
not ice and act accordingly.
By order of City Council.!
L. H. Wannamakeb,
Clerk and Treasurer.
An Ordinance to raise supplies and
make appropriations to meet the
liabilities of the City of Orangeburg
for tne fiscal year beginning April 1,
1906, and ending March 31,1907.
Be it Ordained by the Mayor and
Aldermen of the City of Orangeburg
in City Council assembled, and by
authority of the same:
1 Section 1. That for the purpose
of raising supplies and meeting the
ordinary expenses of the City of Or
langeburg for the fiscal year beginning
April 1,1906, and ending March 31,
? 1907, a tax of 7 mills be and the same
is hereby levied on each dollar of the
assesed value of all real aind personal
property in the said t ity of Orange
burg (except such property as is ex
empt by the Constiiutoh and the
laws of the State from taxatior
Sec. 2. Q hat for the purpose of pay
ing the annual interest upon the rail
road bonds issued by the said City of
Oiangeburg under and by the author
ity of the Act oi the General Assem
bly of the State of South Carolina,
approved the 22nd day of December,
1891, and for the purpose of crea: ing a
sinkine fund for the redemption of
the said bonds, a tax of 14 mills be
and the same is hereby levied upon
each doliar of the assesseo value of all
the real and personal property within
nt The Hartman Sanitarium, Colum
Sec. 3. That for raying the semi
TT T BRIGHTENS the home as nothing else will do, by renewing
the finish of furniture and woodwork. It is highly beneficial to
the finest finish, even that of a $ 1,000 Piano, and its price is low
enough to admit of its use on the cheapest, down to a 50c. kitchen chair*
It will improve the most beautiful furniture, including Mahogany,
Rosewood, Golden Oak, White Enamel, Gilt, Silver, etc Equally
well adapted to any color of paint
Liquid Veneer is not a varnish but a surface food and cleaner.
It removes scratches, stains, dirt and dullness. Applied with cheese
doth. Leaves no coating or streaks and is not infiammable.
It nourishes and builds up the finish instead of ultimately destroying
ft as do all preparations containing benzine or similar ingredients. Test
Liquid Veneer for yourself; it will not ignite.
Liquid Veneer is wonderful for dusting. Try it and you will
always buy it.
NEW SIZE PACKAGES *
4-ounce bottle.......25 cts.
12-ounce bottlj.50 cts.
The Imfant Music Co., Crangeburg, S. C.
annual interest upon the Water and
Electric Light bonds issued by tbo
said City in accordance with the Act
of the General Assembly of the State,
approved the 2nd day of March, 1896,
and che Acts amendatory, and for the
purpo e of creating a sinking fuud for
the redemption of the said bonds, a
tax of 2i mills be and the same is
hereby levied upon each dollar of the
assessed value of all the real and per
sonal property within tne said City of
jrangeburg, except such property as
is exempt from taxation
Sec. 4 That for the purpose of im
proving and paving the streets and
sidewalks ol" the City oi Orangeburg,
i further tax t f 2$ mills be and the
same is hereby levied upon each dollar
)f the assessed value of all the real
md personal property within the City
)f Orangeburg, except such property
is is exempt from taxation.
Sec. 5. That for the purpose of
carrying into effect the provisions of
ihe foregoing sections of this ordi
aance, the City Clerk and Treasurer
Is hereby authorized, directed and
empowered to take all such steps and
3o all such things as may be necessary
thereto as is provided by law and the
)rdinance of said city.
Done and ratified in City Council,
Dy the City Counc 1 of Orangeburg, at
Drangeburg, South Carolina, this the
Jrd day of August, Anno Domini, One
Thousand Nine Hundred and Six.
acting Mayor City of Orangeburg. S.C
\tiest: L. H Wannamaket, [L. S.]
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Sash, Weights, Co Hardware and
Hardware & Ready-Mixed Pain*
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SoangmenwlU reaaia their lost manned, and old
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BEVIVO. It oulclrly and surely restores Nervous
ness, Lost Vitality, Impotoncy. Nightly Emission*.
Lost Power, Falling Memory, Wasting Diseases. ancH
tU effects ot self-abuse or excess and lnalacretwn,.
which unfits one for study, business or marriage. It
cot only cures by starting at the seat of disease, but i
Isagreat nerve tonlo and blood bnUder, Dnng
tag bade the pink glow topalo cheeks and rev
storing the fire of youth. It ward* ojtrrnsanlty'
and Consumption. Insist on having BEVAVO? BO
otbor. It can bo carriod In vest pocket, By xaaljf
SLOOror package or nix for 05.00, with ft pott
live written guarantee to core or MfBBi
the money. Book and advise f roe. Address
ROYAL MEDICINE CO.,
For sale in Orangeburg, S. C. by Low
Five Floors of Baggies
We are receiving daily our fall
line of Buggies, which surpasses
any that we have ever seen. We
handle the best buggies ever put
on the market, the "Schacht."
We have them in wire or wood
wheel rubber tire. We have
many other grad s which we
guarantee in every respect. All
we ask is a rail, and we will ne
glad to show you around our re
pository. We have five floors to
select from?the largest stock
ever shown in Orangeburg. A
complete line of harness, saddles,
whips and umbrellas. Call and
Specials for a few days in ladies Furnishing Department. !
Children's Knit Waist, cool and liplit for summer wear, price 15c. Q~
Children's good service Tennis Waists, best quality buttons, put in with tape; size 1 year to 4; M
price 2o cents.
We will sell long white petticoa s and night gowns, at 49 cents each. q~
Ladies pants Chemise and petticoats, short and long, neatly made and trimmed with embroidery; 1} ?
full lengths, with prices 50c, 75c and O'Sc.
A few more lawn suits left at 98 cents the suit. r
See our new line of laces at 5 and 10 cents.
All our fancy lawns, former prices, 10 and 12 cents?choice of lot 8 1-3 cents. A
A new lot of lawns on counter at 5 cents. ?
All our White Hats and Caps at Cost (J
Remember our motto: No matter wliat prices are quoted you we are always lower. Q
, J. C. Pike, Jr., Inc. !
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. t?t rv/jfy ?r? every
Seven MflBsm boxes sold In pest S2 months. This Signature, Se-'&yT&tSt*^ k?X. 2Sc?