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25 Beautiful Foreign Vie-7 postal
cards, 20c. Ferguson, 1042 Lafay
ette Ave., Kansas City, Kansas.
fc'ur Sale?Wire Fish Baskets,, price
$1.50 with order. Send for cir
cular. W. A. Jester, Griffin, Ga.
and clerks for high-grade positions.
Southern Business Bureau, Char
lotte, N. C.
Agents.?We save you 25 er cent, on
your portrait work. Big job lot
frames 10x20. Owens Portrait &
Frame Woria, Hogansville. Ga.
<Soose and Duells Feather Beds.?New
clean and white, covered with high
; grade ticking, only $12.75 each.
Dixie Feather Bed Co., Corbett,
aiayberry's Chicken Remedy for Gaps,
Roup and Cholera. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Postpaid, 25c. Tells
how to get future supply free. Guy
Mayberry, Newberry, Ind.
EEggs in Incubator lots or single sit
tings from S. C. Reds, $1.50 per
15; $8.00 per hundred. Nice cock
erels, $2.00 each. Eugenia Ham
mond, North Augusta, S. C.
4,000 acres, 2 1-2 miles Ry., 1,000
acres in cultivation, 50 tenant,
bouses, good barns, excellent fen
ces; 3,000 acres timber; $20 per
acre. Harris Realty Co., Claren
Feather Beds?Mail us $10 and we
will ship you a nice, new 36-pound
feather bed and 6-pound pair pil
lows, freight prepaid. Turner &
Cornwell, Feather Dealers, Char
lotte, N. C.
Dcbbs' Single Comb Rhode Island
Reds and "Crystal" White Orping
tons win and lay when others
fall, stock and eggs for sale. Send
for mating list. G. A. Dobbs, Box
B. 24, Gainesville, Ga.
Wanted?Men and ladies to take
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graph School, Charlotte, N. C.
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8ystem Co., Skyscraper, Columbia,
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Interesting literature tree. " C. Cul
len Howerton, Durham, N. C.
Wanted?Every man, woman and
child in South Carolina to know
that the "AIco" brand of Sash,
Doors and Blinds are the best and
are made only by the Augusta
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ture everything . la Lumber and
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"Quality." White Augusta Lum
ber Company, Augm>*.a, Georgia,
for prices ob any order, large or
Sand H1U Land For Sale?This coun
country is rapidly &ettling with
people who are anxious to get
away from unhealthy climates and
high priced lands. The climate is
excellent. No fever. No malaria.
Land will raise as much cotton as
lands selling for two hundred dol
lars an acre, and yet you can buy
this for the same amount you pay
rent. People are coming here ev
ery day, and you had better come
while prices are still low. Some
land as low as for..' dollars an
acre. H. A. Page, Jr., Aberdeen,
Don't Delay Longer?In providing
your home with a good piano or or
gan. Doubtless, you have promised
your family an instrument. No
home is complete without music, and
nothing is 60 inspiring and cultivat
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and gives entertainmet for the chll
dre, and keeps them at home. This
Ij our 27th year of uninterrupted
success here, hence we are better pre
pared than ever to supply the best
pianos and organs and will save you
money. Write us at once for catalogt
and for our easy payment plan and
prices. Malone's Musii- House, Co*
Inmhla. 8. C.
Free ] Round Trip to Charleston
The Retail Merchants Pav Your Fare.
Ont-of-town shoppers may come to Charleston, stay ?rom one
to live days, attend the theatres, visit the Island resorts, etc., do
baying and have their railroad fare paid for the round trip. The
only conditions to be complied with are: First, that your combined
purchases amount to $25 or more. Second, that you come from a
point twenty-five miles or more distant. Third, that your fare
must not exceed 5 per cent, of your total purchases.
The merchants of Charleston carry large and well assorted
stocks. The matter of selection is easy; you have a variety to
choose from. Their stocks are kept fresh by being replerdshed of
ten. Prices are very reasonable, considering quality.
The following merchants are members of this refund plan and
will be very glad to serve you.
If you'cannot find what you want in your home town,
remambsr you can always gat It In Charleston.
ASK FOR REFUND BOOKS.
Lanneur's Art Store.238 King st
Morgenstern Furniture Company,
.. ... ,.62 Reid st
.153 Rutledge ave
Walker, Evans & Cogswell .. '..
.?.3 Broad st
C. L. Legerton.. ..263 King st
Carets, Mattings, Etc.
Mutual Carpet Company.
.. '.247 King st
China, Glass and Queensware.
Charleston Crockery Company...
.299 King st
Cijrars and Tobacco.
Follin Bros. Co.260 King st
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing.
Bentschner & Visanska.
.252 King st
-..King and Wentworth
'Blueotleln Bros.. 494-496 King st
W. S. Cook Company.332 King st
S. Brown Sons. .354-356 King st
Banov & Volaski. . .385 King st
M. Furchgott & Sons.
.240-242 King st
Louis Cot en & Co.
232-234 King st and 203 Meeting
J. R. Real Co.249 King st
The Kern son Dry Goods Co. .. .
.. ,.80-82 Hasel st
Parajon Drug Co.
. .?.286-288 King st
Fish and Oysters.
Terry Fish Co.. . .133 'Market st
.296 Kiug st
Phoenix Furniture Co.
.1S7-191 King st
Buell & Roberts......573 King st
A. G. Rhodes & Son.
. 359-361 King st
Furniture and Dry Goods.
Buell & Roberts_573 King
J. H. Hesse. .Montague Coming
The John Hurkamp Co.
.King and Broad sts
Guns, Bicycles and Sporting
The B. E a >ms Co.. ..
.'SO King st
M. H. Lazarus.. .. .
.King and Hasell sts
A. McL .Martin. . . .363 King st
Strochecker & McDerm'-l.
.28 7 King st
Ball Supply Co.. ..377 King st
Jas. Allan & Co.. . .285 King st
Carrington, Thomas & Co.
Optician and Optical Supplies.
Parsons Optical Co. . 24 4 King st
Plinos, Organs, Music and Mu
SeigHng's Music Store.
.,.243 King st
Stoves, Cooking Utensils, Etc.
Minnis Stove Co.,.
.Kin* and Barns lane
Robert E. Martin_256 Kingst
H.J.Williams. . . .218 Kingst
Robert Martin. . .139 Market st
A. A. Hirsch.2S1 Kingst
D. O'Brien & Sons. . .3?1 Kingst
W. F Livingston. . . 3(i6 Kingst
Jacob's Phoe Store. .."""O Kingst
1 nks and Bi><:s.
Charleston Trunk Company. . . .
Typewriters and Office Supplies.
Edward J. Murphy.. 157 Meeting
BEGINNING JUNE FIRST.
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HEZEKIAH'S GREAT REFORM
(I Chronicles 30?June 11
'lien looketh on the outward appearance, but
the Lord looketh on the heart."?! Samuel
KING- HEZEKIAH of Judah
has a wonderful record as a
man of God, a reformer, a
patriot, yet he was the son
of a bad father, who In turn was the
.son of a good father, who In turn was
the son of a bad father. Th_ alterna
tion between good and bad for four
generations illustrates the fact that,
although neredlty bas much to do
with every member of our race, nev
ertheless, there are counter-balances
We are all members of Adam's fam
:Uy, and as such we are all sharers in
the general weakness, mental, moral
:xud physical, which for six thousand
years has descended upon us. St
Paul refers to this, saying, "By one
man's disobedience sin entered into
the world, and death as the result of
sin; and thus
upon all men,
Decnuse all are
sinners. ? Ro
or sinful tenden
cy inbred Id our
1s so strong that
none is able fully
to overcome It ? ~~T
The best that
any of us can do is to set our wills in
opposition to our inherited weaknesses
and to fight courageously against
them. The Apostle assures us that if
it were possible for humanity to fully
gain such a victory over its fallen self
sis to bring Itself back *o perfection,
then doubtless God would have pro
vided that wuy of salvation.
Hezekiah the Reformer
The King's father had introduced
idolatrous worship?erecting altars and
groves to the worship of Baal. God's
temple was strewn with rubbish. Un
der Ujte direction of the King, the
Levnes began a cleansing work. It
required eight days to carry out the
rubbish from the court, etc. Then the
priest?;, who alone were authorized to
enter Into the Holy, or temple proper,
were directed to cleanse the temple it
But as a preliminary work, before
the cleansing of the court or the tem
ple began, 'the King directed that the
priests and the Levites sanctify them
selves afresh to the Lord and His
service. How appropriate! How In
harmony with the words of the Proph
et Isaiah, who lived at that time and
who was the King's counselor?"Be
ye clean, that bear the vessels of the
Lord's house!"?Isa. 52:11.
But let us not forget the Instruction
of St Peter upon this subject Com
paring the priesthood of Israel with
the Institutions of the Christian church,
St Peter gives us the thought that
the priests of olden times do not find
their antitypes in the clergy of today,
but in God's saintly or sanctified peo
ple, whether in or out of the public
Thus St. Peter says to all of the con
secrated Church of Christ, "Ye are a
Royal Priesthood, a Holy Nation, a
peculiar people, that ye should show
forth the praises of Him who has called
you out of darkness into Els marvel
The Divine Blessing
The conclusion of the least was a
Divine blessing upon al! the people,
through the Priests and Levites. So
there goes oat a
from the Lord's
?from all the
the household of
faith?to the peo
ple in general?
to their neigh
friends and vis
itors from afar.
Btsekiah'i great Past- Let such be our
men. In this connection let us remem
ber the power of the tongue, of which
the Apostle said. "Therewith praise we
God. and therewith curse (or injure)
we men." Let our tongues and all our
powers be used in blessing the people
an well as in praising our God.
The King wisely began his reforma
tion at the temple and gave the priests
and Levites the first share therein. It
was later that the idols of the city of
I Jerusalem were gathered and hurled
Into the valley of Kedron. and it was
alter the fervor of the Passover occa
sion that the zeal of the people in gen
eral rose high, and they went forth
all over the land, destroying the Idols,
the groves of Baal, and every symbol
oi' disloyalty to God.
And so today: Everywhere the light
of our day is showing more and more
of the meanness, selfishness, corrup
tion?some of it centuries old, and
some of It bred of special privilege and
opportunity. The call for reform Is
heard on every hand, although some
times but feeble. The proper place for
reform Is. as in Hezeklah's day, with
the sanotlficatlon of the priests and
the Levites themselves.
If the Church of Christ could but
faithfully perform her responsibility,
under the direction of the King, It
would mean a great revival of religion.
All persons having: claims against
the State Colored College at Orang?
burg, are requested to present them
for settlement on or before the 20
day of Jun/*, and all persons in.
debted to the said college, are re
quested to settle their accounts on
or before the 20 day of June.
Thos. E. Miller, President.
It is said that Texas iB getting
ready to repudiate Bailey. We hope
Buch will be his fate.
Notice of Appointment of Guardian
The State of South Carolina, County
To the Honorable Robert E. Copes,
Judge of the First Judicial Circuit,
in and for the said State:
The Petition of Lula R. Livingston
and Livy Livingston, of the County
of Orangeburg, and State aforesaid,
That your Petitioner, Lula R. Liv
ingston, is the mother of Livy Living
teen at the age of sixteen (16) years,
Henry B. Livingston of the
age of thirteen (13) years,
Lula M. Livingston of the age of ten
(10) years, Lucy ? Livingston, of the
age of eight (8) years, and Rachel
M. Livingston, of the age of four (4)
years; all of whom reside with their
mother, your Petitioner, in the Coun
ty and State aforesaid, and are child
ren of your Petitioner, Lula R. Liv
ingston, and the late W. M. J. Liv
ingston, now deceased.
That the said minor children, and
each of them, is entitled to a sum of
money amounting to One Hundred
and Twenty-five ($125.00) Dollars,
derived from the Masonic Mutual Life
Association in which the said W. M.
J Livingston was insured at the time
of his death, which occurred on the
twefaty-flfth day of December, A D.
That said Minor Children have no
General or Testamentary Guardian,
and that no fit, competent or re
sponsible person can be found who is
willing to assume said trust.
Wherefore your Petitioners pray
that the Probate Judge in and for the
County of Orangeburg, be appointed
the Guardian of the estates of the
said minor children, as provided by
(Signed) Lula R. Livingston,
(Signed) Livy Livingston.
The State of South Carolina; County
Mrs. Lula R. Livingston, one of
the Petitioners above named, being
duly sworn, says that the foregoing
Petition is true of her own knowl
(Signed) Lula R. Livingston.
Sworn to before me this the
day of March, A. D., 1911.
(L. S ) Wm. L. Glaze,
Notary Public, S. C.
SCHOLARSHIP and ENTRANCE
The examinations for the award of
vacant scholarships in Winthrop
College, Rock Hill, and for the admis
sion of new students, will be held
at the County Court House on Fri
day, July 7, at 9 A. M. Applicants
must be not less than 15 years of
age. When scholarships are vacant
after July 7 they will be awarded
to those making the highest average
at this examination, provided they
meet the conditions governing the
award. Applicants for scholarships
should write to President Johnson be
fore the examination for scholarship
The scholarships are worth $.100
and free tuition. The next session,
will open September 20, 1911. For
further information and catalogue
address President D. B. Johnson,
Rock Hill, S. C.
Administrator's Notice to Creditors;
and of Intention to Apply for
Notice is hereby given that all
persons having claims against the
estate,, of the late Olivia L. McCoy,
must present the same, properly
proven, to tbe undersigned on
or before Monday, June 5th, 1911, or
be debarred payment;
Notice is also given that the un
dersigned, Administrator of the es
tate of Olivia L. McCoy, deceased,
will 6c Tuesday, the 6th day of June,
1911, file with the Probate Court his
final account as such Administrator,
and will thereupon apply to the said
Court, in and for the County of
Oraiugeburg, for his final discharge,
and Letters Dismissary.
A. E. McCoy,
Administrator of estate of Olivia L.
McCoy, deceased. 5-6-4.
A petition having been filed with
the County Board of Education, as
required by law an election is hereb>
ordered to be held at the school
house in Eutawville district No. 6
Orangeburg County, South Carolina,
on Thursday, June 15, 1911, for the
purpose of voting on the question of
a special tax of three (3) mills to
be used for school purpose In said
district. Said election to be con
ducted according to section 1208 of
the school law.
M. B. Dantzler,
T. S. Gelzer,
T. L. Connor, Jr.,
Under and by virtue of a resolu
tion of the Board of Directors of the
Rowesville Cotton Oil Company, a
meeting of its stockholders will be
held at its office, Rowesville, S. C, on
the 19th day .of June, 1911, at 11
o'clock a. ra., for the purpose of go
ing Into liquidation, dissolving and
winding up the affairs of said cor
poration, and also for the purpose of
determining upon the sale and con
veyance of all the property, rights
and plant of the said Rowesville Cot
ton Oil Company.
E. X. Chisolm, President
Rowesville Cotton Oil Co.
Ndtice of Discharge.
Notice is hereby given that I will
file my final account as Guardian of
J. A. Cop? with the Judge of Pro
bate for the County of Orangeburg
on the 30th day of June, 1911. and
will on that day ask for letters of dis
charge as the Guardian of my said
Guardian of J. A. Cope.
ENgraved Visiting Cards.
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George O. Baker.
Wlfey?This mornings paper
about a man with 18 wives.
Hobby?Well, ha could organize them
Into two baseball teams and then. If
they played games enough, they would
bo able to support hin nicely.
First Chappie?I haw hawf a notion?
aw?to dwown myself, old chap, doncher
Second Chappie?Oh! deah boy, you
musn't! You know how?aw?these
beastly flannel suits shwlnk when wet
"I'm afraid you don't appreciate your
wife's remarka.ble intellectuality."
"I know I don't It makes no differ
ence whether she Is explaining th?
psychic energy of tne telepathic waveo*
telling exactly what happened in m
bridge whist ganv\ i go to sleep.
Evelyn?How does my new tailor-made
costume fit, dear?
Gwendolyn?Absolutely perfect Why,
It fits every angle an If you had been
molded In It.
"Why don't you ask your office boy to
wash those windows?"
"1 ain't got the nerve to do It old
man. He was the valedictorian of bis
"What did you go around the llnka
"Oh; tust a plain blue skirt and whita
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Every Horse Owner
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Be prepared for an emorfrency by having
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Moro animals die from Colic than all other
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Notice to Trespassers.
All persons are hereby warned not
to hunt, fish, or trespass in any way
on my lands.
J. D. Oliver.
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