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je hp Wanamaker, whose
life has been insured for a
million and a half, once said:
Prom the day an honest
man pays the'first premium
for life insurance, that first
receipt of his gives a new
Impulse, a new light to his
eye and a new hope to his
The late GroverJCleve
Get a policy and then
hold on to it. It meana
self-respect; it means that
' nobody wHl have to put
something In a hat for you
or your dependent ones.
Dr. Lyman Abbott said:
One could easily bear to
take his wife and children
down with him into poverty
so long as he could he with
them to help carry the loaa
but to go off to his eternal
rest and leave them to go
down into poverty and to
fight the wolf from the
door, what more terrible
The Rev. T. De Witt
It is a mean thing to go
up to heaven while your
family go to the poorhouse.
When they are out at the
elbows the thought of your
splendid itobe In Heaven
will not keep them warm.
The minister may preach a
splendid sermon over your _
remains, and the quartette may sing like four angels alighted in the
organ loft, but your death will be a swindle.
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Worship of Moloch.
DIVINE JUSTICE AND MERCY
II Chronioloc 33:1-20--July 16
"Cease to do evil; learn **o do veil."?Ice*
TR TP ANASSEH. the central figure
1%/n ot this study, was the son of
j ? a the good King Hezekiah.
/ Manasseh succeeded to the
throne of Judah in bis twelfth year?
the bad son of a good father. This
matter of good fathers and evil sons,
and evil fathers and good sons, was
probably due, frequently, to the good
or evil character of the mothers, as
well as to the fact that the king, occu
pied with the affairs of state, could not
give proper attention to the cultivation
of his own children, although, doubt
less, there are exceptions to this rule.
How Few Recognize the Sacred ness of
Parentage is undoubtedly the highest
and most important function of human
life. Yet how few realize the sacred
ness of parental
The Prophet In
quires, "Who can
bring a clean
thing out of an
admitting the In
ference that none
of our race can
possibly be per
fect, we must ad
mit also that in
the parents reside
great possibilities .respecting the good
or evil of their children. This respon
sibility should be felt in mating?be
fore marriage. We are not urging that
marriage should be put upon the same
piane as stock breeding, and the finer
sentiment disregarded; but we do claim
that trie spirit of a sound mind should
be sought in connection with the most
important contract of life, affecting
not only the destiny and happiness of
the pair, but also of their offspring.
Is it any wonder that children are
born nervous and pj&evish when we
know that th& mother in bearing them
was fretted and annoyed in a thousand
ways? Is It any wonder that children
are born to a heritage of passion, anger
and lust, when we think of the experi
ences of their mothers which are thus
Impressed upon them? Surely all par
ents of reasonable judgment, under
standing these matters, would lay prop
er foundations for character in their
children?foundations upon which, sub
sequently, they would patiently, care
fully and lovingly develop their chil
dren along the lines of the highest
standards of righteousness and the
beauty of holiness and loyalty to the
Creator! But while this should be the
endeavor of all, when could we hope
ever to bring the world into a condi
tion to desire and strive for such re
sults? Never! Hope for the world
would die were it not based upon the
sure Word of the Lord, which prom
ises mankind help from on High in the
great Kingdom of Messiah.
The Valley of Hinnom
King Manasseh reintroduced idolatry,)
built altars for the worship of Baal in
the courts of the temple, usc-d enchant
ments and communicated with evil
spirits. The punishment for idolatry
was not eternal torment be it noted;
that erroneous view came to'us during
the "Dark Ages." We are getting back
to a better understanding of God and
In connection with the king's idola
trous delusions, it is recorded in verse
fiix that he "caus
ed his children to
pass through the
lire in the valley
of HI n n o m."
That valley lies
just outside the
city of Jerusalem,
to the south. It
is now consider
ably filled up and
covered with or
Medlaeval Moloch-\Tor- Chards. Of old it
ship. ^ -^ag a (j?gp vai.
ley. It was used for religious rites at
one time. A great brass image erect
ed there, the body of which was hol
low, constituted a flue for the fires
built underneath. The image had out
stretched arms, which became heated
and upon these arms children were
sometimes offered in sacrifice to the
false deities, wholly contrary to every
thing authorized by the Almighty.
Later on, this valley of Hinnom was
polluted so that it might never again
be used as a place of worship. No
doubt it was used as a place for the
destruction of the offal of the city of
Jerusalem?dead cats and rats and
dogs, etc., were thrown there and fire
and brimstone burned therein for the
destruction of the foul gases. The bod
ies of the vilest criminals might after
death also be thrown into this valley
In the New Testament, written in
Greek, this "valley of the son of Hin
nom" is styled Qe-hinnom, or, later,
Gehenna. Our Lord several times used
this valley in illustrating the Second.
Death?the hopelessness of all those
who would wilfully, Intelligently and
persistently refuse the grace of God.
Eventually all who will come to love
righteousness and hate iniquity shall
be enabled to attain eternal life, and
all who will love Iniquity and hate
righteousness shall baTe the punish
ment of the Second Death, symbol
ically represented in Gehenna?"ever
lasting destruction from the presence
of the Lord."
Notice of Guardian.
Notice is hereby given that on Mon
day the seventeeth day of July, A. D.
1911, I will file with the Probate
Judge, in and for the County of Or
angeburg, my final accounts as Guar
dian of Frank M. Culler, Cecil R.
Culler, May M. MoMichael, nee Cul
ler, and Georgia C. Culler, the young
er, and will thereupon immediately
apply to the said Probate Court for
my final discharge as such Guardian.
Georgia C. Culler,
June 15th, 1911. 4t.
To the Voters of the City of Or
angeburg.?I hereby respectfully an
nounce myself a candidate for the
office of Mayor of the city of Orange
burg at the approaching municipal
election, and will appreciate the en
dorsement of my candidacy.
Very truly yours,
W. W., Wannamaker.
To the Voters of the City of Orange
At the earnest solicitation of
many friends I hereby announce my
self a candidate for-the office-of May
or Orangeburg in the approaching
I realize fully the importance and
honor of the position I'ask at your
hands, and I believe I oan fill the
office to the complete satisfaction of
the entire citizenship, and I respect
fully request your favourable consid
eration of my candidacy.
If you elect me, I shall assume
the duties and responsibilities of the
office, determined to devote my best
energies to the advancement of our
city. " Tours truly,
O. K. Wilson.
Neeses Defeated Springfield.
iNeeses, S. C. July 7th. Neeses de
feated Springfield on the local dia
mond to the tune of 17 to 4. The
feature of the lerame was the hitting
of the local boys touching nip Spring
field's pitchers for a total of 25 hits
including one home run three three
.baggers and four doubles. Neese for
the locals pitched a steady game hav
ing ten strike outs to his credit and
was especially effective with men on
bases. Batteries, Neeses, Neese and
Hoover; Springfield, Dibble, Smith,
and Brodie and Felder.. Unjpire,
R. V. Livingston.
North Defeats Swansea.
North, July, 10. Before a large
crowd Friday afternoon Swansea
again proved to be a victim of the
North Tigers, the score being 7 to 2
in favor of the locals. Batteries,
North, Boles and Robinson; Swan
sea, Jumper, Lybrand and R-ucker.
Struck out by Boles 4, Jumperl, Ly
brand 9. Two base hits, E. Robinson
and C. W. Livingston. Hits, North 19
and Swansea 11. Umpire Mr. Salley. 1
There were about two hundred peo
Bolt Struck Husband.
At Royalton, 0., Alfred Lequesne,
a bowler of national reputation, was
killed by lightning Monday. With
his wife, he was in a hammock under
a tree when the bolt struck him,
killing him instantly. His wife fell
to the ground unconscious, but was
MATTER OF TASTE.
The Donkey?Flno weather we're
having, Mr. Pig.
The Pig?I don't think so. Why, wo
haven't had any mud for a week.
The Piano Man?I suppose you go to
church on Sunday when you don't play
The Worldly Man?My dear man, when
the weather Is too bad to play baseball
It Isn't fit to venture out at all.
To the Public
The Orangeburg Trust Com
pany has been organized to en
gage in the Real Estate Business
in Orangeburg, S. C. Offices No.
5 Court House Square. Mr. C. B.
Langston will be in charge, but in
\ is absence from the office J. A.
Berry will attend to matters.
Anyone having City or Country
property they would like to sell
will find a ready purchaser by list
ing it with us.
Anyone wanting to purchase
Real Estate in the City or Coun
ty may do so through us.
Watch Our Ad.
The crops are improving very
much after the refreshing rains.
"The House of McNamara"
Mid-Summer Clean-Up Sale
All Desirable New 1911 Suits.
$15 & $16.50
$17 & $18.50
$20 & $22.50
$25 & $27.50
$28 & $30
Boys Suits at
Earl and Wilson and Wilson Bros. Shirts. !
$3.00 Kind .... $2.10 $1.50 Kind .... $1.10 f
2.00 Kind .... 1.55 1.00 Kind_ .80
Regal and Forbush Shoes.
The $5.50 and $5.00 qualities now .'.. . . $3.85 f
Big savings in Underwear and other goods.
Sale lasts just 10 days and no goods charged.
THE HOUSE OF McNAMARA
232 and 234 King, and 203 Meeting Streets, Charleston, S. C.
The Arcade Department Store- jj
The Largest Wholesale and Retail Mail Order f
House in the South.
^PFPf AI ^e are mem^ers ?^ the Charleston
^* *^*?*-l""Refund Association, and will pay
your Railroad fare to Charleston if you shop here. In
addition we guarantee you better values and greater
varieties to choose from than you will find outside of
the Great Market Centres.
CLOSING OUT SUMMER STOCKS
We are overstocked with Spring and Summer
Merchandise of every kind: Tailor-Made Suits, Silk
and Lingerie Dresses, Children's Dresses, Ladies
Waists, Walking Skirts, Dry Goods and Notions,
Floor Coverings, Lace Curtains, Shoes, Millinery,
Gents Furnishings, Etc.
TO ACCOMPLISH THIS WE HAVE PLACED THE ENTIRE STOCK ON SALE
From a Quarter to a Half Less Than Original Price,
I Pay us a visit. Write he amples or send us an open
f order. We will attend to it as carefully as if you
were here in person.
John H. Schacte
Fruits and Vegeta
bles in Season.
GIVE HIM A CALL
Russell St. Orangeburg, S. C.
Lumber and Shingles
Lumber and Framing All Sizes.
Coiling, Floors, and Weather
boards. Ready for delivery on the
75,000 Black Cyprus hand drawn
shingles now on the yard ready
E. N. Scoville,
44 W. Russell St., .. 'Phone 18.
I hereby forbid -anyone to house,
hire or maintain ray son Bubber Alt
man, a boy of sixteen years. He hav
ing left home without a just cause.
H. D. Altman.(L. S.)
A share of your patronage in the
BICYCLE BUSINESS. We seil
them. First class repairing of Bi
cycles, Sewing Machines and Key
Fitting, Etc. Lawn Mowers and
other cutting tools sharpened.
COME AND SEE US.
22 Church St., Orangeburg, S. C.
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largest circulation of any county pa
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