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BOOSTERS ARE COMING
our GBiLRLESTON FRIENDS ARE
1 % '; ?
^They Wdll Be Given a Rousing Tel
come and Entertained During
' Their . Short Stay.
Severul members of the Charleston
Chamber of Commerce left that city
on a sp jeial train on a week's tour
of exploration and exploitation to
many points in this State and North
Carolina. Last night the excursion
ists maclo their last long stop at Co
lumbia, and will reach this city to
day at 111: 05 o'clock and remain un
til 12:55 o'clock, when they will de
part on their homeward journey.
Daring the iift^y minutes that they
will spend here, they will he enter
tained by the Orangeburg Chamber
Since leaving Charleston on last
Monday, morning via the Atlantic
Coasj Jii-je Railway to Florence, the
special train' touched at nearly one
hundred towns, on Its long trip, and
at each place, the fifty or so mer
- chants aboard met their customers
and frteads, and distributed adver
i The special is made up of a bag
gage coach, a combination baggage
and day coach, three Pullmans and a
diner. Each excursionist wore a
- special cap and a badge. The special
was decorated with banners. A good
alzed crowd saw the arrival in Or
angeburg of the first trade excursion
ever sent out of Charleston.
A band of twelve pieces, headed by
Metz, Ik with the merchants, and at
each Btop made, their crack musical
organization lead the marches, and
play special music. It will likely
play at the banquet tendered the
Charfestan delegation. The follow
ing is the personnel of the trade ex
cursion party or firms c^resented:
JaiiH; Allan & Co., wholesale and
retail jewelry, James Allan.
Atlantic Brokerage Company, mer
chandii ? brokers, L. M. Jordan.
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Com
pany, W. E. Renneker, division
Bailey-Lebby Company, machinery,
John L Hacker.
C. Bart & Co., wholesale fruit and
produo, William Howard.
William M. Bird & Co., wholesale
paints, oils, glass, a. H. French.
Bureau of Freight, Immigration
and Statistics, H. R. Jackson.
Cameron Barkley Company, ma
chinery, mill supplies, M. B. Barkley.
Carolina Portland Cement Compa
Carolina Rice Company, wholesale
rice dealers, William G. Sheppard.
T. yK Carroll, wholesale fish and
oystern, W. P. Hyams.
Charleston Consolidated Railway
and Lighting Company, F. D. Mc
Charleston Crockery Company,
Paul W. Sanders.
Charleston Chamber of Commerce,
?. W. McKeand, managing secretary.
Charleston Fish and Oyster Com
pany, wholesale and retail, W. P.
Clyde Steamship Company, W. G.
CoeMortimer Company, fertilizers,
C. F. I'lathew.
Combahe'e Fertilizer Company, H.
7. Ada ms.
Daggett Printing Company, Wil
liam A. Fladger.
Dra'ie-Inness-Green Shoe Compa
ny, wholesale boots and shoes, B. F.
McLecd and J. Williams.
Eve alng Post, G. J. Jenkins.
Exchange Banking and Trust Com
pany, W. K. McDowell.
Foliin Bros., wholesale and retail
cigars, tobacco, etc., J. E. FolUn.
C. IX Franke & Co., machinery and
mill supplies, E. J. Cappelmann.
C. 3. Huiet, merchandise brower.
T. T. Hyde, real estate.
Maijenhoff Company, wholesale
and n tail baker, etc., O. G. W. Mar
Lel ind Moore, Paint and Oil Com
pany, wholesale, Leland Moore.
Nevrs and Courier, R. G. Riesch
weiler and Ed D. Sallinger.
Parknin's Imperial Baking Pow
der Company, Geo. H. Doscher.
People's National Bank.
Phc>enix Furniture Company, a.
W. Litschgi, Jr.
Planters' Fertilizer and Phosphate
Company, F. D. Bell and H. R. Boy
A. G. Rhodes & Son, furniture,
So1 tile" Bros., wholesale cigars and
tobaceo, James Sottile.
Southeastern Lime and Cement
Com i any, L. M. Jervey. w
Southern Commercial School, bus
iness college, C. L. Padgett.
Southern Railway, J. a. Smith, Jr.,
division freight agent.
Southern Fruit Company, whole
sale ::ruit and produce, W. H. Mixson.
Stokes Business College, A. L.
a. R. Thomlinson, harness, etc.
F. W. Wagener & Co., wholesale
grocers, William Fatman.
W.ilker, Evans & Cogswell Co.,
stationers, printers, etc., T. W. Perry.
Young Men's Christian Associa
tion, R H. King.
Col. P. H. G.'.dsden. president oi
the Charleston Consolidated, was in
the partv until it reached Cheraw,
when he had to return to Charleston
on urgent business. Col. Gadsden
Is one of the biggest, hearted men in
Charleston and one of her most
pror.inent business men.
Cameron School Trustees.
Mr. Murph, Superintendent of Edu
cation of Calhoun County, will ordei
an election to be held at Cameron or
Friday, the 28th instant for the pur
pose of electing five trustees for spec
3al school district No. 14. Under i
recent act of the general assemolj
the number of trustees for this dis
trict was increased from three to five
and they are to be chosen hereafte:
by popular election. _
RESULT OF THE ELECTION.
I Dibble Wins Over His Competitors by
.The election lor Special Referee
[and Probate Judge passed off very
quietly on Thursday. The vote polled
was very light, not over one-half that
cast in the primary elections. As
will be seen by the returns published
below Dibble won by a small plurali
ty over Sturkie and Friday. The
vote was as follows:
With one precinct, Sawyerdale,
J which will cast about twenty-five
I votes, to be heard from.
The following is the vote cast at
Precinct Dibble Sturkie Friday
Ayers. 18 27 0
?Bowman. . -63 - 7 1
Branchville-. . ? 60 19
Cedar Grove. 3 20 2j
Cope. . .. 5 16 6)
Cordova. . > 14 23 11
Dantzler. . . 33 5 4
Ebenezer . . 4 10 ^1
Elloree. ... 59 20 37j
Euta'wville. .15 2 5
Holly Kill. . 27 7 24
Jamison. . . 13 15 1
Livingston. . 5 30 8
North... ... 6 20 131
Norway.. ... 29 52 10
Orangeburg. .191 78 19
Philftps. ... 3 23 19
Raymbnd. . . 13 - 10 10
Roweiiville. .13 26 4
Springfield. . 38 34 22
Stokes. ... 11 14 13
Vances. ... 13' "5 7
585 494 345
Dibble's plurality over Sturkie is
91, and over Friday 240, which shows
I that it was a close race.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEETING.
I To Be Held at EUora.-, S. C, on
Thursday, April 30th.
10:30 A. M.>
Public meeting at school auditori
Welcome, Opening Address.
Address by prominent Pythians.
Picnic Dinner 3:30 P. M.
Business session at Castle Hall,
Elloree Lodge, No. 80, K. of P.
5:30 P. M.
Automobile ride 6:30 P. M.
Reception at Elloree Central Ho
All lodges In the district will please
send list of names of delegates and
visiting members who expect to at
tend to Col. B. A. Shuler, chairman
The public is cordially invited to
attend the public meeting and picnic
dinner at school auditorium at 10:30
o'clock April 20th.'
Dinner in grove adjoining school
property. Bring well-Ailed baskets.
A. W. Browning Chrm.
J. T. Owens, Secy.
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONFERENCE.
Of the Orangeburg District of the]
The Second Annual Sunday School
Conference of the Orangeburg Dis
trict of the Method'.ut Episcopal
church will be held In this city at St.
Paul's Methodist church on Tuesday
and Wednesday, April 18 and 19.
Among the speakers on the pro
gram for the conference are: J. M.
Way. field secretary in this State;
Revs. J. J. Stevenson, C. B. Smith, J.
W. Arial, L. L. Bedenbaugh, W. J.
Snider, S. D. Bailey, S. W. Danner,
W. S. Goodwin, S. W. Henry, H. W.
Bays and T. W. Godbold.
Among the laymen to speak will
be: M. W. Brabham, J B. Guess, G.
H. Bates,. Dr. J. L. B. Gilmore, J. C.
Price, O. B. Dukes, O. B. Riley and
H. W. Black.
If the churches in the district are
represented fully there will be in the
neighborhood of one hundred dele-1
gates in attendance on the confer
ence, who will be entertained in the
homes of the citizens.
Orangeburg extends a hearty invi
tation to all the delegates to be sure
and come. The city will take pleas
ure in giving them ihe very best en
tertainment that she can. The meet
ings of the conference are public,
and all are invited to attend them.
For Shad Tax Tag.
The first application for shad tax
tag since the passage of the law in
1907 has been made to the county
treasurer's office. The law requires
a tax of three and a half cents of
every shad taken anJ. sold from a
navigable stream in this state. The
requisition was made by a Branch
ville man who desired to ship some
shad and the express company at that
point refused to accept the fish with
out the tag. Treasurer Fair at once
made requisition on Chairman-. Rhett
of fisheles board at Beaufort end has
been notified that the necessary tagr
have been sent. A violator of the
law is liable to a fine of $500 or im
prisonment of six months.
Hogaboo in Bad Shape
"If you have a friend who con
templates a trip to St. Matthews or
Orargeburg," said Mr. F. L. Brown,
of Columbia, to the Fcecord Monday,
"and that friend coni/emplates going
by way of Hogaboo swamp, in an au
tomobile, don't let him do it. Detain
him by force if necessary. I never
traveled such a bad road before."
Mr. Brown, with hin family, made
a week-end trip in his Hudson tour
ing car to Orangeburg and back.
They went via Hogaboo swamp, find
ing it almost impassable, and return
ed by way of Bates ferry. "The ferry
is a great institution," said Mr.
Brown, "and the road is fine."
DOINGS OF SOCIETY
SOCIAL EVENTS OP RECENT IN
TEREST JOTTED DOWN.
Expressly for The Times and Demo
crat by Its Special Society Re
Friday afternoon, at the home 01
his parents, little "Billy" Bryant cel
ebrated his fourth birthday with a
party. Quite a number of his young
friends were invited and a most
pleasant afternoon was spent by the
little folks. "Little Sally Walker,"
"Drop Handkerchief" and other
games of childhood were indulged in.
Ice cream, cake and candy were
served. Among those invited were:
Theodora, Rutiedge and Elizabeth
Liles} Chesley and John Wise, Will
Shecut Sease, Eusebia Doyle, Louise
Berghaus, Lou Alice and Lin Shecut,
Jr., Mary Ellison Brantley, Chivalette
Izliir, Frances Bettis Wolfe, Eliza
beth Bryant, T. B. Bryant, Jr., Jack
Bowman, U. G. Bryant, Jr., Pearle,
Belle and Gladys Bryant, Lydia and
Louise Glover, Camilla Brailaford,
Edward Paulling, Jr.', Rachael and
"Billy" Doyle, Olin and Claire Dantz
ler, Foster Boone, Mildred and James
Oliver, Jr., and James Owen.
? ? *
Miss Smith of New York was hon
ored Thursday morning with a bridge
party at the home of Mrs. J. A. Berry.
Two tables were arranged for the fol
lowing ladies, 'Mrs. R. H. Jennings,
iMesda.mes Fred and Harry Wanna
maker, Duncan Jeffords, Sydney 011
veros, Adam Moss, J. A. Berry and
Miss Smith. The prize, a fancy apron,
was won by Mrs. Oliveros who pre
sented it to the guest of honor. A
hot luncheon was served.
* * *
Two weddings of interest took
place Wednesday evening. Mrs. Annie
Keller and Mr. Paul Cantwell were
married by Rev. D. D. Dantzler and
with Dr. Bays officiating Mr. Samuel
Clifton and Miss Emma Godfrey were
united in wedlock. All of these young
people are well known and their
many friends wish them happiness in
their future lives.
As several Orangeburg boys are at
Clemson College and members of the
German Club the following invitation
received in this city will be of inter
est. "The German Club of Clemson
Agricultural College requests the
honor of your presence at its Easter
German, Friday evening, April the
twenty-first, nineteen hundred and
eleven, at eight o'clock.'
? * *
An unintentional error which ap
peared in this column In the last edi
tion of this paper has probably been
noticed by many. May the first was
given as the day the local TJ. D. C.
will celebrate Memorial Day. As is
well known May the tenth is the day
set aside by this state to honor dead
heroes of "The Lost Cause."
* * *
Miss Leila Marchant entertained
the Winthrop Daughters at her home
on Amelia street Friday afternoon.
After the regular business session a
guessing contest was held. Miss
Marchant then served a delightful
sweet course. I
The People's Bank.
The annual meeting of The Peo
ple's Bank was held at the office of
the bank on the afternoon of April
4th. The president's report showed
that the business for the past year
had been entirely satisfactory, and
that all the affairs of the bank are
now in good condition. The follow
ing board of directors was elected
for the ensuing year: B. F. Muck
enfuss, W. C. Crum, D. O. Herbert,
G. L. Salley, W. L. Glaze, A. J.
Thackston, A. M. Salley, R. E. Copes,
J. F. Rickenbaker and H. C Wan
The board of directors organized
?by re-electing the same officers who
have served the bank for several
years: D. O. Herbert, president; B.
F. Muckenfuss, vice president; J. W.
Culler, cashier; Wm. L. Glaze, Jr.,
asst. cafihier and F. P. Schiffiey, book
The stockholders of this bank are
considering the matter of increasing
the capital stock to $50,000 at an
The following is the program of
the quarterly meeting: of the Wo
man's Missionary Union of the second
division of the Orangeburg Associa
tion to be held with the Willow
Swamp Baptist church Saturday, Apr.
10:30 a. m.?Devotional service by
Reports from societies and enroll
ment of delegates.
A paper on Home Missions by Miss
Jessie Smith, disicussed by Mrs. Fan
nie Compton and Mrs. W. H. Simp
"Are We as a Union Using Our In
fluence in This Great Work?" by Mrs.
1:15 p. m.?Social hour.
2:00 p. m.?Devotional by Mrs.
Reports from Y. W. A.
Songs and recitations will be ex
pected from Sunbeams.
Mrs. D. W. Hair,
We Get a Small Sum.
The fire departments in the sev
eral towns in this State, which passed
ordinances, requiring the levy of one
per cent on the insurance premiums
collected in those tewns, will soon
receive the amounts; paid by the in
surance companies. Twenty-eight
such towns last year passed these or
dinances, and, according to reports
on file with the insurance commis
sioner, the total receipts aro $; 0,768.
Of this amount Orangeburg is entitled
EDISTO DISTRICT CONFERENCE.
Preperations Being Made for Enter
tainment by Local Chapter.
The Paul McMichael Chapter, TJ. ?>.
C, held a very Interesting meeting
on Wednesday morning. Preparations
are being made for the entertainment,
of the Edlsto District Conference,
which will be held here on the 3rd
of May. Delegates will come from the
U. D. C. chapters in the following
counties: Calhoun, Barnwell, Berke
ley, -Bamberg, Charleston, Colleton,
Dorchester, Hampton and Beaufort,
and the members of the chapter at
this place hope to make it a day of
pleasure to the vlsitohs.
A gavel of some historical interest
was presented to the chapter by Mr.
J. J. Fairey, a Confederate veteran.
It Is made from the wood of a tree
which grew on land owned at one
time by a solider of the Revolution.
In a few days a good program will
be arranged for Memorial Day, May
10th. The following ladies were ap
pointed to decorate the graves of
soldiers in the cemeteries in this city
on that day:
Episcopal?Mesdames James Izlar,
M. G. Salley, T. O. S. Dibble, F. A.
Schffley and A. Coward.
Presbyterian?Mesdames J. A. Sal
ley, M. Glover, D. D. Salley, J. A.
'Berry and J. C. Pike.
Baptist?Mesdames B. M. Fore
man, W. G. Peterson, W. K. Sease,
P. C. Brunson and P. T. Hildebrand.
Hebrew?Mesdames H. Kohn, J. I.
Sorentrue, Bert Kahnweller, John
Moseley and J. M. Oliver.
J. H. CIaffy,B,Mrs..flwyyyrsGnM.Gocv
Catholic?-Mesdames Geo. Signe
ous, P. Doyle, J. H. Claffy, Frank
Slater and Miss M. A. Butler.
Sunnyside?Mesdames Jerome Mc
Michael, J. L. Sims, Adeline Smoak,
R. H. Jennings, H. C. Wannamaker,
F. F. Malpass and Tom Fairey.
Confederate Monument?Miss Mar
Con federate Monument?Miss Mary
McMichael, Mesdames Abial Lathrop,
Samuel Dibble, B. H. Moss, Harry
Wright, S. R. Mell'ichamp, H. Spahr,
W. W. Wannamaker and Miss Anna
WON'T PARDON JONES.
This is Governor Blease's Present At
The Columbia correspondent of
The News and Courier says another
petition for pardon of John J. Jones,
of Orangeburg County, who was sen
tenced to ten years and one month
for the killing of Abe Pearlstine, at
Branchville, was nipped in the bud
by the announcement from Governor
Blease that he isn't going to pardon
Jones. What may come up later can
not be told at this time, but at pres
ent Governor Blease will not act fav
orably in the matter. He refused a
petition for the pardon of Jones a
few days ago. This petition came
The forerunner of a second peti
tion from Orangeburg was the pres
ence in the city of two of counsel in
terested in the case. Governor Blease
was not in the office when the Gov
ernor was approached on the subject
of whether or not he would reopen
the case, he said that he would be
glad to hear counsel, but he has de
cided not to pardon. No steps have
been taken to further the petition
The presence of counsel here led
The News and Courier correspondent
to ask Governor Blease this afternoon
about the John Jones case, and Gov
ernor Blease stated the circumstances
and said that he would not at this
time extend Executive clemency for
the same reason as moved him to re
fuse the petition that came from
Edgefield. No papers were filed from
Orangeburg. A petition may later
be presented for the pardon of Jones,
but it can be authoritatively stated
that Governor Blease will not now,
if ever, pardon John J. Jones.
To Give Afternoon Concerts.
For the purpose of familiarizing
the people of Orangeburg with the
tremendous possibilities of the Edi
son phonograph as a source of pleas
ure and entertainment, the Marchant
Music Co. will commence on Monday
afternoon, April 10th, a series of af
ternon concerts to run ten days and
lasting just one hour. The concerts
will begin promptly at 5:30 and close
at 6:30. Everybody is invited to this
series of concerts, especially the la
dies. There will be no obligation on
the part of any one to buy and no one
will he solicited to buy anything. The
Marchant Music Co. simply desires
the public to know more about this
greatest of all reproducing machines,
<jnd are using this method of doing
so. All the selections wiil be made
in advance of the concerts and will
include Grand Opera, Ragtime, Pop
ular sor;gs, Orchestra and Band
pieces. Everybody welcome. Each
concert will last one hour only.
The Bamberg Times says one of
the most horrible deaths ever record
ed in this county took place at Olar
on Sunday night when the wife of
Herbert Kearse died from the burns
received from her clothing catching
fire. Mrs. Kearse was standing near
the open fireplace, dressing her little
?i-months-old infant, when her cloth
ing took fire. She screamed and tried
to protect herself with a blanket, but
before assistance reached her. she
had been burned terribly. She lost
consciousness, but regained control
of her mental faculties long enough
to tel 1 something of how it happened.
Calhoun County Teachers.
The Calhoun County Teachers As
sociation will meet at St. Matthews
today in regular session. President
Mitchell of the South Carolina Uni
versity, has accepted an invitation to
be present, and will deliver an ad
dress. A meeting of the County
richool Improvement and Teachers
Associations wiil also be held on the
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
PICKED UP ALL OVER TOWN BY
What Is Happening Here and There.
Local Items of Personal Interest to
The race for Judge of Probate was
Friday was decidedly summerish.
A few more days like it, and straw
hats may make their appearance.
Dump all garbage from your back
yards on Monday on ths streets, the
city carts will remove it promptly.
If everybody will do their part
Orangeburg will be cleaner- and
sweeter and healthier this summer.
Get rid of all tin cans and decaying
matter of every description, and that
will help to get rid of flies and mos
One of the great needs of the Or
angeburg school system is a high
school In its own building and taught
Go down this morning to the
Southern depot and see what a hand
some set of gentlemen the Charleston
On next Friday afternoon and
night at the Theato a benefit will be
given to one of the committees for
the Dixie Library.
Here is hoping that the farmers
will have the best crops they have
ever had this year, and that prices
for everything will be good.
An exchange says, "'when people
complain of ennui they merely con
fess that they are tired of resting,
and are too lazy to do anything."
j The Saturday Evening Post and
The Ladies Home Journal is on sale
every week and every month at Sims
Book Store. Also fashion nzagazlnes.
I It is predicted that E. B. Friday,
Esq., will be in the race for the House
next year. If he does he will be
elected or come mighty close to be
Mr. Vernon Brantley has returned
to his home in Washington, D. C.
Mrs. Brantley and daughter Frances
will remain in the city a few more
Don't forget that Monday, April
10th, is cleaning up day all ovei
South Carolina. Civic pride in Or
angeburg ought to induce us to join
heartily in this movement.
Our law brief department is
rushed. We received a large brief
yesterday that the senders want in
a hury. They will get it unless some
unforesen thing happens.
The Times and Democrat law brief
department finished up a brief last
week, and is putting the finishing
touches to another. We find this a
vtry profitable branch of our .busi
An exchange says: "It's hard to
sit still and think when the home
team is practicing a block away ana
getting ready to open the season."
As we have no home team we are all
Mr. L. S. Wolfe is the Society Re
porter for The Times and Democrat,
and we will appreciate any favors
shown him. He wants to make that
one of the most interest columns in
If the party who is sending in
the false fire alarms is caught hej
will be made an example of by His
Honor, Mayor Dukes. That the jokei
will be eventually caught is vertain,
and then woe unto him.
Messrs. G. W. Stables. V. V. Saylor
and W, W. Staley, all good old Or
angeburgers who are now residents
of Calhoun County, were in the city
on Friday. They are always welcome
and we wish they would come ol
Learning that Orangeburg, S. C,
was a good town and that husbands
could be secured from the large list
of eligibles, the Peake Sisters of j
Alaska are on their way to these
parts. The bachelors had better look I
out for their scalps.
As yet there has benn no move I
taken in this city to have the Sun
day delivery at the postolhce discon
tinued. A large amount of mail is |
delivered here on Sundays, both
from the general delivery window
and carriers' window.
Sims Book Store will receive an
other large shipment of Popular
Priced Copyrights in the next few
days. Your favorite title or the one
you want may be in that lot. Pos
sible it would be well to leave word
to have it laid aside for you.
There will be a basket picnic at
Antioch Baptist church, near Elloree,
on Good Friday, which comes on
April 14. Refreshments will be sold
for the benefit of the improvement of
the cemetery. The public are cnr
dially invited to attend with well
Owing to a complication of cir
cumstances, the ladies of the Choral
Club have decided to postpone their
concert until early in May. They are
much encouraged with the outlook,
and in spite of a necessary delay,
they hope to give their friends truly
a May Festival.
There will be an Easter picnic at
East Orange school house Saturday,
April 1 nth. Dr. S. J. Summers, Prof.
B. F. Keller, W. S. Barton, Jr., and
Capt. J. H. Claffy will make ad
dresses in behalf of the Farmers'
I'niun. Refreshments will be served
for benefit of the school. The public
is cordially invited to come and bring
In the Lutheran church next week,
the last before Easter, there will be
services each night through Thursday
night, and on Good P'riday morning.
Rev. J. W. Oxw and Dr. R. C. Hol
land, and perhaps other visitors will
preach during the week. To these,
and the services Easter Sunday, the
congregation and friends are cor
The McKay Famous Steel
Roller Bearing Sulky
Acknowledged by the leading
planters and dealers to be
the best by test.
Made entirely of tecl ?ind
ron, except Tongue and
Trees. Its design and me
chanical construction is per
fect No wabbling or "rattle
trap trinkets" to he getting
out of order. It is simple
and condensed, being made of extra heavy bars has great
strength and rigidity.
Although this machine weighs more than 500 lbs., with our
improved Cylinder Boxes and teel Roller Bearings, it draws
about 100 lbs., lighter than others, and is very easy to oper
ate. Every machine is carefully inspected before leaving our
factory at Dunn, N. C.
THE McKAY STALK CUTTER
has won highest prize at every
Fair where we have exhibited it,
in competition with all other*
well known Stalk Cutters.
Saturday April 8
Will offer some wonderful
This $1.00 chair
for only 69 cents.
Only 6 to one custo
See our window dis
R. C. King.
Oh say, let me tell you what we
had for breakfast this morning. It
was nice oranges. Papa used to
not like oranges and I would puck
er up my face because my orange
was sour but now I smile when I
eat my orange because my orange
now is sweet. You ought to eat
oranges or some kind of fruit at
y?ur house because they are
healthy. They cost on!) 30c per
Grape Fruit, Lemons, Apples
P. S.?you get good fresh sweet
CopyriiM i& by Outcidt AdrtrtUing Co., Cbjo
JL A.? CR Aid 3
PURE FOOD STORE
For the Best Stationary
Sims Book Store - Orangeburg, S. C.