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IT CLEANSES AND INVIGORATES.
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Price $1.00 per bottle.
? Painless Core of Curable Pain
Never resign yourself to suffer pain. Women's
?pains are curable. They are the sign of dangerous
conditions of the female organs, which should be
promptly attended to or dangerous results will follow.
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(In plain sealed envelope), how to
cure them. Address: Ladies' Advisory
Dept., Thi Chattanooga Medidae Co.,,
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Wittes Mary Shetton, of Poplar
Bluff, Mo., " I c?n do my housework,
although, before taking CARDUf, two
doctors had done me ac good. I can
truthfully say I was cured by Cardui
I want every suffering lady to know of
this wonderful medicine."
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? and devote a spt cial depart- g
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roun? men can regain tholr lost manhood and
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Wasting Diseases, and effectsof self-abuso or
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ucrvc tonic and Mood builder, h.
buck the pink ?low to pnlvcdee:?
storing the ore ol 'youth. Ii -
pn ? chingdiseasc. In-..,: onhavin:; I.KYIYO.
no other. Itcau bo carried in vest pocket By
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ulve rrec advice and counsel to ?11 who wish it
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For sale in Orangeburg-, S. C. by Low
IfiS ?JXfl?TH C0BOBSS8.
Tue E'omoorats Have a Fair Chanoo
of (Japraring It
L88t winter cn the floor of the
House the assertion was boldly made
by Representative John Sharp Wil
liams?for even Mr. William's most
ordinary remarks are said with an air
of boldness?that the next House
would be Demoratic by an easv ma
jority. Although bucU will probably
Sot be the case with the Sixtieth
0DfT:tesB, it is now generally conceded
oy Republican leaders, and the ad
s'im lit ration at Washington, tbat
the large Republican majority they
enjoyed during the last Bession will
be materially least ced. It is admit
ted tbat forty Be publican seats will
^e lout to the next housee. The New
York Herald lists them as follows:
flHnnip. .: 7
New j>t*ey. 2
New York. 8
North Carolina ..'.. 6
O iio.: 3
Upon the subject of the Democrats'
I obances of securing a majority in the
House The Herald further Bays:
"It Id frankly admitted that no liv
ing man who feel* there will be a loss
of forty Congressional districts to his
party can safely make e prediction
*bat the lots will not be fifty or per
haps more, a loss of fifty-six districts
would tie the House. This Is due
?niteely to almost unparrelleri condi
liona which prevail in the Republican
party organizations In a dozen state."
and to agitation along Socialistic
lines; for the destruction of parties
whiflb is now sweeping along like a
It will be seen that these districts,
which are conceded as lost to the Re
publicans In the next elections are
maiiiiy those whtcn were carried dur
ing the landslide in favor of Mr.
Rxwovelt, In the campaign In which
the main issue was Roosevelt himself.
The Herald goes on to say that with
serious troubles in New York, New
Jersey, Ohio.' Pennslyvania, Massa
chusetts and Iowa, the situation Is
more serious to the Republicans than
one would at first suppose. Ts king
account of this situation, it baa been
suggested tbat It adds another very
Important reason from the Republi
can standpoint, why President
Roopevelt Bhculd again be entered
(or the campaign of 1908, Many Re
publican leaders still believe that his
popularity would again sweep the
FIXED AT TSH CBS TS.
Cotton Growers Advised Not to Sell
Under That Price.
I A dispatch from Hot Springs, Ark.,
i says the exeoutive committee of the
Southern Cotton Association late this
afternoon recommended to its mem
sens and cotton growers of the South
that no cotton be sold during She pres
ant season as less than 10 cents per
pound. In a rpsolu ton adopted by the
committee it is stated that the
orop Is in a state of deterioration, and
for that reason no estimate of the crop
wan made. The resolution states, how
ever, that the committee is latisfied
that the crop will not be as large as
she current estimate. The placing of
che minimum price at ten cents was
in tbe nature of a victory for the con
servative element of tbe association.
The resolution adopted by tbe com
mittee, which is In the shape of an
address to the public, follows:
"inasmuch as we, tbe cotton grow
ers of the South, know there has been
great deterioration in the cotton crop
since August 15, and,
"Whereas the consensus of opinion
of the members of this committee 1*
thattho deterioration is still going oi,
we deem it unwise to make an esci
?tute of tbe orop at this time. We are
satisfied the orop will not be as largo
aa the current estimate.
"We, therefore, suggest and urge
upon all our members and producers
uhioughcut to* juth not to sell their
?3otton at a figure \ct>a than the cost
"We call upon all Fouthera inter
osts to aid in maintaining for all time
this price as a minimum. We urge
one necessity of marketing the crop
slowly and only on an advancing
uarket, and withdraw all cotton from
?b* maikrtt at overy decline."
Tne committee *nok up tbe oharges
*g;*;nbt Secretary R.chara Oheatham,
if deailr.g in futures while an officer
}f the Association. After a spirited
debate, in which J. A. Brown, of
North Carolina, led the opposition,
the committee decided to im Into cxe
ou^lve sessions to consider tbe charg
es. The oommittee exDnerated Cheat
ham. Mr. Brawn then left the room
in whioh the committee were meeting
ana announced that he had refused tc
sit in exeoutive session on the matter.
Mr. Brown has maintained through
out the cessions tbat they should be
open and not executive.
At Elyria, Ohio, three men were
killed and a dozen seriously injured by
the falling of the Becond floor of the
new factory building of the Garford
CDmpany under construction. Sixteen
workmen on the first floor of the build
ing were caught beueath the fall of
neavy tile, brick and steel bsams of
:ho wrecked floor. The dead and In
jursd, so far as known, are Hunga
rians who were dointr heavy construe-1
!?!on work. The namos and cause are j
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has stood the test 25 year
bottles. Does this record
Enclosed with every b
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THS fcUtBlAV DOIJJtA
WnB Most Complex Affair Composed
of Many People.
The following 1* a list of the d ffer
ent races .represent d, for yon must
remember that the larger part of
Rasatan territory was scquired by
conquest. If vf u will look at the map
and observe the list of Independent
nations th.\t htve been subdued and
brought under tue RoRBian control,
you will realize how o fflsult it will be
for tbe liberal leaders to amalgamate
their representatives. Tbe situation
is still further complicated by an in
tense predjndice, and in many cases
an underlying hatred, toward the
Russian raoe and its government, ac
quired through generations of suffer
lng and oppression. At the same time
the Russian reciprocates the feelings
nf entagnoism and hostility. The fol
lowing Is a list:
Tartars, Siara, Poles, Celts, Lith
uanians, Finns, Mongols, Germans,
Jews, Georgians, Scythians, Armen
Also several others whose distinc
tions are not so clear. That is going
to bo one of, the most serious of tl
difflcultie-j In seouriDg harmonv s
action against the autocracy.
race baa its individuality, each na?
its patriotism and Its particular pur
pose. Its representatives will act wich
the other opponents of the govern
ment so long as they support lt>
if claim and promote its ?nterestB. Bu*
Poland given autonomy, for examp;e,
evevy other conquered race and ca
tlon will remand tbe same recogni
tion. Finland was a more recent
conquest than Poland, and other
provinces in Asia have been acquirer
I have not been able to obtain tbr
exaot number of representatives cf
the different religions, but the follow
ing are represented in about tbe or
der in which they are given and tbe
numbers are approximately correct-:
Roman Catholics .3(1
There are said to be representative s
of the Budbist faith also, and t' 9
sects of the Greek church each bas it?
quota. The most striking figure in
the entire assembly is a Roman Oath
olic arohblshop. Mgr. Rcop, of WUnf
whese serene face, stately preaen e
and purple "obes make him conspici ?
ous. There are half a dczan Catrjol c
priest from Poland and the Germar
provinces, and one of tbem made ar
eloquent address the other day when
tbe subject of demanding amnestj
for imprisoned revolutionists was un
Seven Mohammedan mullahs, c?
priest, have been Bent up by the Ta
tars of tbe Caspian provinces. Tbe:
wear their conventional robes and tur
There are a number of Jewish rab
bis also, who are highly regaic ? 1 ant
are acquiring great influence altuougl
none of them has been heard in de
bates thus far.
So far is is known, the occupation'
of the 460 members are as follows.
Boyars, or large land owners.46
College Professors .19
Managers of iargs estates.26
Railway men..... 4
A dispatch from Prosperity to tN
News and Courier says that town was
t brown into a Uver of exoliement la<e
Teursday evening by the report fcMsi
an enraged father bad assaulted, and
seriously or pain'uily hnrt, the wou'' -
be gallant of bis lif Ceen-year old dang ?
ter It seems tbat a man nr-tma
O'Bryan, a travelling photcgrapner
claiming to be from Indiana, had
been boarding in the horns of the
young lady and had been paying her
some attentions. As soon as the pa
rents learned of this, it is said, tbai
they forbade him the house. A flt.ort
time ago O'Bryan went to ?n adj )in
ing town, about twenty miles awav.
to eigage In his regular work. He
cimc back ODCe or twice, it is said,
and trsad to see the young lady. Mil
vJgi.anc". of hf-r lather prevented
this. Oa Monday the young lady
started to sonool, and on WidneBdar
O'Bryan appeared ou the eceue cnct>
more and attempted to f>ee her at
scheel, which was denied him. At re
oees he forced himself into the build
ing, but was ordered off the premise*
')y tae superintendent. It is said he
?v in <*airirg, trying to speak to her,
but failing la this. Lo s; csscd^d m
getlh g a > t.le to her, &^k.^;g her tt
meot him at the ev.^fng train, as it
w u:d in all probability be ter la it
pportunity to see him. The irate
r.u.;.cr had hunted him ad the after
noon and was on hand at the train,
up. n O Bryan appearing he at one
attacked him beating him over the
head anr* shoulders with a cine. The
town mciv. all appeared on the scene
and took the now fully arcu-ied fa-her
In hand, but not before he had ill c
Lively booted 0 Bryau the length of
the coach, into which be scrambled
A LivHy TuhHto
with that old enemy of the race. Con
stipation, often ends in Appendicitis.
To avoid all serious trouble with Stom
ach, Liver and Bowels, take I>r. King's
Now Life Pills. They perfectly regu
late these organs, without pain or dis
comfort, -5c at J. G. Wannamaker
Mfg. Co., t ruggist.
s. Average Anr^a3 Sales o\
of merit appeal to you ? I
ottle is a Ten. Cent* package of Ci ove's ?
There is nothing more distressing(than an itching, burn- PSORIASIS
icg skin disease, and upon the return of warm weather those wWliinwiWj
who are afflicted with skin troubles find the symptoms appear- Q?IT RHEUM
ing and know that they will be tormented through the hot *? 1 ? ? II !? U Hl?
summer months. The blood is heated with humors and acrid matter, and as they ere forced
to the surface the skin seems to be on .fire. The treatment of skin with exter
nal applications is all wrong, because they do not reach the trouble which & in the blood.
The most such treatment can be expected to do is, allay the itching and burning and cover
up the trouble for awhile, but as soon as it is left off the disease returns.
All food taken into the body contains, in some form, the elements necessary to sustain
the different parts. One portion is used for _
THE rrOHZNO WAS ALMOST UNBEARABLE.
Dear Sirs?My body broke out with a rash or eirption
?which, in spite of all efforts to oure continued to get -worse.
The itching, especially at night, was simply terrible; it
would almost disappear at times, only to return worse
than ever. ,'I had tried many highly recommended prepa
rations without r?me?t, and hearing of S. S. S. determined
to give it a f r trial, and was inexpressibly delighted
when a few bottles oured me entirely, removing every
blemish and pimple from my body. I shall not fail to rec
ommend S. S. S. .whenever an opportunity occurs to do so.
Escondido, OaL L. MARNQ.
the making of blood, another for muscle,
one for bone, still another for fat, and so on.
After these different properties are ex
tracted from the food there still remains a
portion that is useless, or waste matter,
which is intended to be disposed of through
the natural channels of bodily waste, the
Liver, Kidneys and Bowels. At this season
of the year, however, these organs become
torpid, dullWd sluggish, and fail to perform this duty, and these accumulations remain in
the system and are absorbed by the blood to ferment and sour, producing burning acids and
acrid humors. The blood cannot properly nourish the system while in this impure condition,
and begins to throw off these acids through the pores and glands of the skin, producing Acne,
Eczema, Tetter, Psoriasis, Salt Rheum and skin diseases of every description.
ECZEMA appears usually with a slight redness of the skin, followed by pustules from
which there flows a sticky fluid that dries and forms a crust, and the itching is intense. It
is generally on the back, breast, arms, legs and face, though other parts of the body may be
afflicted. In TETTER the skin dries, cracks and bleeds, and is often very painful. The acid
in the blood dries up the natural oils of the skin, causing a dry, feverish, hardened condition
and giving it a leathery appearance. ACHE makes its appearance on the face in the form of
pimples and black-heads, and is particularly disagreeable because of its unsightly appear
ance, while PSORIASIS, a scaly disease, comes in patches on different parts of the body.
One of the worst forms of skin disease is SALTRHEUMm It discharges a watery fluid, form
ing sores and producing intense itching. The head and face are the parts usually affected,
and sometimes the hair falls out and a mass of sores forms on the scalp.
These and all skin/diseases are due to the same cause?burning acids and humors in
the blood, and until this vital fluid is cleansed and made pure they will continue. The best
treatment for all skin diseases is S. S. S., a remedy that is purely vegetable, being made en
tirely from roots, herbs and barks,'and acts directly on the blood with a cleansing, healing
effect. It neutralizes the acids and purifies the blood so that the skin, instead of being
blistered and burned by the fiery fluids, is nourished by a supply of cooling, healthy blooa.
It goes down into the circulation and forces out every particle of waste or foreign matter^
builds up the blood and cures all skin diseases promptly
and permanently. S. S. S. does not leave the least par
ticle of the poison for future outbreaks, but entirely rids
the blood of the cause for all skin diseases.
S. S. S. tones up the system and regulates the
Liver, Kidneys and Bowels so that they will carry off
the natural waste and refuse matter through the proper
channels, instead of leaving it to be absorbed by the
blood. Nothing equals S. S. S. in the treatment of these troubles and for building up the
general health. Write for our treatise on skin diseases and any medical advice you wish.
We mate no charge for either. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA, OA*
1000 Orangbeurg County men and
women have money oh deposit with
us. Your account is invited.
The St. Matthew's Savings Bank,
St. Matthews, S. C. j
Established In 1889.
Individual responsibility.$ 68,000.00
Resources as shown by sworn
statement Dec. 30,1905. 232,763.72
We will loan you money on personal
We will loan you money on endorsed
notes. i I
We will make farm loans for you at |
We will take your money on deposit
for sate keeping. |
We will take your money on deposit
in our a vings department at 4 per
'cent compound interest.
If you have money to save, or money
to invest, or if yon wish to borrow
money, it will pay you to come and
J. Skot.towe Warinarnaker. .President,
J. E. Wannamaker.Vice Preslden,
C. R. James.Cashier,
Clarance P. Zeigler.Asst. Cashier.
Dr. W. T. C. Bates; J. Arthur Banks;
Jno. E. WannaMaker; H. A. Raysor;
F. J. Buyck; M. Jarecky; J. S. Wan
While this bank is strictly a home
institution, its stock being owned by;
people living in this part of Orange
burg County, still it is doing business
in all parts of the County.
for Your Health.
That's one of ihe things we
are doing business for, and of
course incidentally, to get a
in buying our drugs, &c, we
get those which are pure and
patent, even though they often
cost us extra. We buy them
for restoring health?yours and
a]} our custr. era'.
You 'nay not be able to judge
the, ity of drugs, but our
long experience enables as to
Trust ns when you need med
icine and your confidence will
never be misplaced.
A. Calhoun Boyle & Co.
"The Popular Drug Store."
Money to Loan
ON FARM I NC LANDS. Long
time. No commission charged.
Borrower pays actual cost of perfect
tin loan. For, further informal ion
address: JoilN B. Palmeu&Son
*:f Bos 2.*<2. Columbia. S. C.
/er One ciid <s Half Million
to Cure, No Pay, 50c.
Hack Root. Liver Pills.
( WE ARE THE MEN ON TEE SPOT
With a full and attractive line of dry goods, shoes, furnishings,
etc. Everything new, quality the best and prices the lowest.
We believe we can please you and ask that you pay our store
a visit, assuring you that you will receivo the best possible
values for your money. Do not fail to call on us before buy
ing jour needs in our line.
DOROTHY DODD SHOES
\ FOR WOMEN.
FOREMAN ?ND RICKENBAKER.
SOME THING NEW
Charms for Ladies
and Gold Chains.
Something New in Neck
laces?the latest thing out.
Some very beautiful Set
Rings for Ladies
at most reasonable prices.
Watches and Clocks
repaired in first-class manner
and at reasonable rate. Why
not patronize an old Confeder
ate soldier? YVhj no! patron
ize an old man that will save
you money? Why not patron
ize a man that will give satis
faction. Satisfaction guaran
teed or money refunded.
Russell street, Orangeburg,
S. C Parler's old stand, oppo
site Times and Democrat.
A. D. Powers, Jeweler
THE BANK OPS PRINGFIFLD
SPRINGFIELD, S. C.
L. M. Mims, Pre?. Jno. McB. Bmah. V. P.
j. B. smith, Cashier.
Hegan Business Aup. 3. 1903.
Paid up Capital .?20,000.00
Directors.?L. M. Mima, Jno. McB. Bean
-1. A Odom, L. B. Fulnier J VV. Jumper. T.
L Gleaton, W. P. Huttu, O. C. Salley, J. A,
Wearejuat entering our third gear's wrk,
with everything moving along eat it factory.
The business of "Mn bunk is conducted on
sound and conservative principles, with am
ple resources, courteroua treatment, superior
service. We invite you to eonio an.1 see
with a view to business.
Our savings department is still crowing.
Put Your Surplus where it will bo secure.
jj id ^
Place your Fire Insurance in any
Company represented by : : : :
Islar & Sally,
and you can't make a mistake. Write
plantation insurance, and also insure
cot ton stored on plantation.
Call on us.
dentists. ;IZLAR & SALLY.
Drs. Perryclear & Sif ley
Carl G. Schoenlmrg,
Olliee in New Dibble Building.
We will attend all calls in the
DR. S1FLEY, Specialist in Dental
Prothesis, Crown and Bridge