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' 11VJ0Y BANQUET
CHAMFER OF COMMERCE HOLD
large Attendance by Enthusiastic
n< Citizens? Commercial Secretary
Elect ed for Coming Year. ?.
The Chamber of Commerce held itb
annual meeting at the court house on
last Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.
The meeting was very largely attend
ed and much enthusiasm was mani
fested. About two hundred business
men wore present and each one pres
v ent entered into the meeting with
much upirlt and life.
President R. H. Jennings presided
over the business session and much
bnainees was transacted. It was de
. -elded that the Chamber of Commerce
join the National Rivers and Harbors
Association. It was the sense of the
meeting that Orangeburg County is to
nave a county fair this year and the
committee from the Chamber of Com
merce in charge of this matter is to
or&anlse or take steps toward the or
ganization of a joint stock company
i with 8. capital stock of about $20,
O00. This committee from the cham
ber of commerce is to meet with a
committee from the Orangeburg
County Farmers' Union on April 25
to confer in regard to the holding of
the county fair and as to what stock
the Urdon will take in the stock com
The booster button committee
made .:i report but action in the mat
ter of a selection of a button was
postponed for further action.
The annual election of officers was
?entere i into and John Cart was elect
ed president and W. L. Moseley, vice
presidet. R. H. Jennings, the retir
ing pr.-esident, stated that he wouia
not offer himself for relection for
business reasons. President Jen
nings was voted thanks for his ef
ficient and faithful service at the head
of the local chamber durig his ad
ministrations. W. L. Glover was re
elected treasurer by acclamation. At
ticus H. Marchant was elected as paid
?ecretary or "booster." The vote was
close In the matte of election of the
paid secretary. There were three
candidates in the race for the sec
retaryship. Mr. Marchant will make
Oranienburg a fine secretary and the
town is certain to accomplish much
under his boosting. Mr. Marchant, as
.well iaj Mr. Cart and Mr. Mosen**,
favore d the audience with a short and
The following were elected as the
executive committee of the chamber
of commerce. W. C. Crum, Sol Kohn,
J. W. Smoak, W. F. Fairey and T. J.
Hayden This is an Important com
mute.! and will have control of the
Upon adjournment of the business
sessioi, the two hundred business
men, headed by the OrangeDurg n>l?
itary band, marched down Russell
street to Broughton and counter
marcLed back up Russell and on to
the armory, where a sumptuous ban
quet, prepared by E. D. Reeves,
in wa iting.
Th?: parade was a stirring sight and
Oran/'.eburg business men< marching
benej-th the "great white' way," re
solve I in their hearts to make Or
anget'tirg a great city.
Thi) banquet was one of the best
ever nerved anywhere. The long ta
bles were laden with best things to
eat. Much merriment and laughter
was evidenced about the festal board
and nil had a big time. Col. W. G.
Smith was master of ceremonies at
the banquet and acted as toastmas
ter. Toasts were responded to by
Cons'il H. L. Spahr, A. H. Marchant,
R. E. Jennings and Fred Wanna
make r. A post office official ad
dressed the gathering concerning the
eatat lishment of a postal bank iu Or
The .meeting Wednesday night
marked a great event in the history
of Orangeburg, as it was decidedly
the passing of the old and the birth
of tba new Orangeburg. The keynote
of the meeting was a plea for con
certed action and pulling for Orange- j
Dr. Sturkie's Card.
Editor Times and Democrat: Fer
mit me to say though your paper that
I appreciate very much the support
given me by my friends in the recent
election, and while Mr. Dibble gained
the ead over me of 77 votes on ac
count, of a third party coming in and
splitting my vote, especially in tfte
western part of the county, I appre
ciato just as much the support of my
The official count shows the vote to
be as follows: Dibble, 5S7; Sturkie,
510; Friday, 344. Thus Mr. Dibbie
lacks 135 votes of having a majority.
The city of Orangeburg, with a host
of prominent, influential citizens of
diffi rent callings and professions, in
cluding some of our very popular
county officials, working hard for
Mr. Dibble: and the towns oi Bow
man and Elloree, trie former with
Hor. Samuel Dibble and the latter
with Mr. R. E. Clark, an influential
brolher-in-law?these three pre
cincts gave him 313 votes out of his
587. Mr. Friday carried North, one
precinct in the county, and surely he
des?rves something better nc tut,
hands of Mr. Dibble's friends?than
going to the Legislature, as intimated
by you last week. Give him some
thing more substantial from a finan
cial standpoint, say Clerk of Courl,
Sokcitor, or something worth hav
1 appreciate very hisvry the fact
that the seven precincts combined in
the Fork gave me a good majority.
Also that I carried Ayers, Jamison,
Ro.vesville. Stokes, Ebenezer and re
ceived a flattering vote at Braneh
Aga'n thanking all my friends who
stood by me on the 0th, I am
L. K. Sturkie.
I/OINGS OF SOCIETY.
Social Events of Recent Interest Jot
The Edisto District Convention of
the United Daughters of the Confed
eracy has been postponed. The date
that was originally set for the meet
ing was May the ?iird, and May the
fifth has been selected as the day
on which the convention will be held.
* * *
That was some banquet giveu by
the Chamber cf Commerce Wednes
day niight. Mine Host Reeves did him
self proud in :he preparation of the
"bigleats." Satisfaction is the word
that suits every detail of the e /eiit.
Enthusiasm was Instilled into the be
ing of every true Orangeburger b^
the inspiring talks made by the sev
eral local celebrities. Col. W. G.
Smith made happy introductions and
responses to the various toasts ??re
prompt and to the point.
If old Jupiter Pluvlus will just be
good tomorrow everybody will be
happy. Easter Is the day that most
folks make their appearace in new
spring togs, especially hats. Many
people will go to church who seldom
attend places of worship. They go
not to worship but to see and criti
cize their neighbors finery. In the
afternoon excursions into the country
will be pleasal and many weary, bus
iess worn men, accompaied by their
families, will inhale the pure fresh
air perfumed by nature's prettiest
and sweetest flowers. Some will go
in autos, some in buggies and still
others will ride "shank mares."
* * *'
The following from Rock Hill will
be of interest to the many friends of
Mr. T. E. Cur* mines of Barnwell, for
merly of this place:
The home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Stewart in this city was the scene of
a beautiful double wedding Tuesday
night at 7 o'clock. Miss Edith Stew
art and Thomas Ewart Cummings of
Barnwell, a former resident oi ur
angeburg, and Miss Katherine Stew
art and Benjamin Cook Barnes of
this city we.-e the contracting par
Mr. Cummins is a son of Mrs. E. M.
Cummings of Orangeburg, but is now
living at Barnwell. The weddings
Were followed by a reception auena
ed by hundreds of people.
Among the out-of-town people at
tending this double ceremony were:
Mrs. K. M. Comings, Miss Clementine
Cumings and J. A. Cumings of Or
The attendants tor tne Stewaru
Cumings ceremony were: Maid of
honor, Miss Maud Stewart; dame of
honor, Mrs. R. Boyd Cole of Barn
Well. Mr. Cumings' best man was
R. Boyd Cole of Barnwell.
The same ishers flower girls and
ring-bearer .served for both cere
DEEP WELLS AT SPREVGFIELD.
Discovery Promises to be of Benefit
Springfield, April 13.?Special.?
What promises to be of benefit to this
section is the discovery of deep water
wells with a considerable air pres
sure coming :'rom the earth.
Several years ago, a deep well was
sunk in the streets of Springfield, in
which the contractor struck rock at
a distance or' about 75 feet. After
getting through the rock, the water
rose to a point considerably above the
rock, and is being used to a consider
able extent by many persons, the wat
er being pronounced as the very best.
Last year Dr. H. A. Odum in sink
ing a well ca one of his plantations
near town, struck rock mixed with
shell, teeth, bones, etc., and after
passing, through this strata of rock,
found water in large quantities.
A few weeks ago, S. J. Boyleston,
who has recently bought a part of the
old Porter estate, started a contractor
boring a well. At a distance of 78
feet he struck an air current that
made a blast like an exhaust pipe.
This air current was struck just as
the drill entered the strata of rick,
indicating a seam or fissue in the
The well was continued through
the rock, and an abundant supply of
oure water gotten, although an im
mense amount of air is constantly es
caping from a point apparently above
the source of water.
The indications are that with the
proper machinery, artesian wells may
be bored here without a great deal of
Easter Sunday at St. Paul.
Easter Sunday services at St. Faul
Methodist Episcopal Church, South,
will bo unusually interesting and at
The pastor, Rev. H. W. Bays, D. D.,
will preach morning and night. His
subject for morning service will be
on "The Resurrection," and at nighr
"Triumph of the Cross."
The choir director, Mr. O. K. Wil
son, has arranged special music for
these services, and in addition to the
regular choir, consisting of Mrs. J.
A. Berry, soprano. Miss Sue Walker,
contralto, H. C. Wannamaker, tenor
and M. N. Perryclear, basso, has se
cured the services of the following
well known vocalists: Miss Simsie
iMcMichael, soprano, Miss Ruth Hall
man, contralto, G. A. Schifllcy, Jr..
tenor, D. H. Marchant, basso. The
organist, Mrs. Lizzie D. Melton, will
be assisted by Messrs. Theo. Wolfe,
violin, T. A. Jeffords, Jr., clarinet,
Jas. I. McMIchael, cornet, and Jerome
B. McMIchael, trombone.
In addition to well known hymns
in which the congregation will join
in singing, the choir will sing a spec
ial Easter athem entitled, "The Res
urrection," by J. Wesley Hughes.
Voted for Bonds.
The result of the election held
Wednesday on the question of is
suing bonds by the town of St. Mat
thews for the construction of a Court
House and jail for Oalhoun County,
was: For bonds 9G; against bonds
4; irregular L'. A total of 11G votes
COMPLETED LIST OF PENSION.
ERS IN THIS COUNTY.
Who Can Get Their Checks by Call
ing on Mr. G. L. salley, Clerfc or
The list of pensioners in Orange
burg County receiving a part of the
$250,000 appropriated yearly by the
State of South Carolina has been pre
pared by the St'te pension board.
There are 3 in Class A, 2 in Class B,
5 in Class C. No. 1> 102 in Class C.
No. 2, 13 in Class C, No. 3, and 123
in Class C, No. 4, making a total ot
248. The following is the list, ana
those named can get their money by
callimir on Mr. G. L. Salley, Clerk
J. B. Adkins. ..
J. E. Hutto.. .... . .Norway.
J. W. Peagler.?
A. A. Amaker.North
Henry M. Smith.North.
Class C, No. 1.
J. A. Benton.Orangeburg.
J. A. Fogle.Cordova.
Z. A. Garrison. . . .OrangeDurg.
J. T. Rouk.Elloree.
D. A. Shuler.Elloree.
, Class C, No. 2.
Allen A. Arrant.North.
J. W. Ashe.Orangeburg.
John J. Ayers.. ..Orangeburg.
D. D. Avant.Elloree,
W. A. Axson...North.
D. W. Black...North.
H. G. Whetsell.. . .Orangeburg.
E. J. Baxter.Rowesville.
J. E. Brown.Orangeburg.
T. A. Bloodsworth.. Qrangeburg.
J. P. Brownlee.
L.P.Collier.. ... .. .Bowman.
J. F. Cribb.Elloree.
W. D. Cheny.
J. C. Chavis.Phillips.
John A. Chavis.North.
W. L. Chavis. . . .? .Orangeburg.
D. E. Clark.Vances.
J. P. Champy.Orangeburg.
J. S. Ducker.
W. L. Ehney.Neeses.
L. D. Fogle.Norway.
J. H. Furtick .. ..Center Hill.
M. E. Gleaton.
Godfrey. . . .?.
M. L. Hughes.Neeses.
L. A. Haddock. . . .Orangeburg.
W. M. Hunt.Rowesville.
P. R. Holman.Springfield.
J. L. G. Hooker. ..North.
J. B. Hutto.Cope.
D. L. Haigler.
Henry E. Hoover.North.
D. R. Joyner.Orangeburg.
Ce.pus C. Jackson.
W. E. Jackson.
W. K. Joyner.
C. W. Kinsey.
P. M. Kinsey.Orangeburg.
John M. Long.. . .Knotts Mill.
John B. Livingston, Orangeburg.
B. F. McElhaney. . .Branchville.
W. R. Mclver.North.
J. S. Mimms.
H. C. Metts.Branchville.
R. W. McElhaney. .Branchville.
E. T. Moody.Orangeburg.
H. D. "Metts.Branchville.
D. B. Owens.
D. ?. Price.Orangeburg.
Jacob A. Pearson.. ..Phillips.
A. D. Powers.. .. Orangeburg.
C. F. Porter . . . . Orangeburg.
H. S. Perkins.Elloree.
Geo. F. Phillips.. ..Livingston.
G. V. Patrick.Bowman.
Jas. L. Parker.
William Prusner. . .. Bowman.
J. H. Perryclear.. .Orangeburg.
A. L. Robinson. . . .Orangeburg.
W.D.Robinson. . .Orangeburg.
L. R. Rast.Bowman.
J. W. Reed.North.
M. W. Rutlant. . . .Orangeburg.
F. W. Roberts.: ..
J. J. Smith.
D. G. Shuler. . . .Orangeburg.
A. J. Suprett.Rowesville.
L. N. Shuler.Felders.
W. A. Suphrett. . .Branchville.
J. J. Sharp.North.
D. J. Shuler.Elloree.
H. R. Snell.Elloree.
D. A. Shuler.Elloree.
T. M. Stevenson.Cope.
E. C. Shuler.Elloree.
Joe L. Shuler.Vances.
J. A. Tager.Phillips.
J. W. Thomas.Jamison.
H. F. Till.Elloree.
D. L. Williams.Vances.
J. R. Wolfe.Neeses.
O. E. Wilder.
J. R. D. Wolfe.North.
M. J. Yon.Springfield..
John I. Wiggins.
Class C, No. 3.
N. A. Brown.Norway..
H. F. Byrd.
Jessie A. Copes. . . .Orangeburg.
Matilda Dantzler. . .Orangeburg.
Margaret Furlick. . . .Raymond.
Julia 'M. Evans.Elloree.
M. R. Gibson.
S. A. Segrest.Dibble.
Mary Ann Spires.Silver.
E. T. Whetsell.Bowman.
Class C No. 4.
Catherine Avinger. .Orangebuig.
H. L. Altley.Orangeburg.
Mary A. Avinger. . ..Vances.
C S. Ashe.Rowesville.
D. H. Appleby.. ..Orangeburg.
Martha R. Bolen.Bolen.
J. M. Bair.Ello.c^.
M. A. BateB.Neeses.
Laura F. Brown.. . .Livingston.
M. W. Bruce.Branchville.
G. H. Bonnett.Cope.
H. F. Boyd.Cope.
Elizabeth Bozard.. .0rangeuuio.
E. A. Bozard.
E. A. Bonnett.
Eliza Bonnett.. ..Rowesville.
A. P. Bradenburg. .Orangeburg.
M. A. Bolten.Orangeburg.
Carrie Bradenburg.. ..Elloree.
S. R. Brickie.Orangeburg.
S. E. Brown.Orangeburg.
Elizabeth Bozard.. .Providence.
Florilla Bollen.... Providence.
?K. M. Cummings. .Orangeburg.
J. H. Carter.Orangeburg.
Ann P. Carr.Oraneburg.
Mary A. Cherry_Orangeburg.
Sophie Connelly.. ..Banchville
?N. F. Dantzler.Elloree
Mary Jane Dempsy.North
Ann E. Devis.Neese
Ann E. Foures.. ..Middleton
Martha A. Fogle.. Orangeburg
M. C. Gardner.Nortn
D. B. Godfrey.
J. H. Griffith.Oope
Elizabeth M. Harley. .Woodford
A. C. Houck.Noriu
Sarah Howell.. .. Branchville
Sarah S. Hughes.. ... .Cope
Harriett Hughes. . .. ..Neeses
M. L. Hughes.. ..Orangeburg
E. B. Hughes.Cordova
Mary Jane Hill.Elloree
Ella B. Hoffman... Orangeburg
Julia A. Hutto.Norway
M. E. Jeff coat.Neeses. .
M. M. Jennings.. . .Orangetrarg
N. A. Jernigan.Cordova
S. A. Jones.Vances
Rachel J. Jeffcoat.Neeses
Ann S. Johnson.Neeses
Anna B. Jeffcoat.. .. ..North
J. A. E. Johnson.Neeses
Caroline W. Kelly. .Lone Star
?D. R. Knight.Raymond
Minerva Koger. . . .Orangebuig
L. C. Kittrell.Norway
N. M. Lfvingston.
Susan A. Lucas.Cope
M. A. McElhaney.. .Branchville
N. A. McMichael.North
Julia D. Moseley... .Orangeburg
J. A. Martin.
J. J. Murden.
Mary E. Martin.
Annie E. Ott.Branchville
Henrietta E Pattison Branchville. .
L. C. Price.
Marie Pearson.. ..Orangeburg
Sarah E. Rast.
Mary E. Robinson.North
Janie C. Riley.. ..Orangeburg
Mary Ann Rickenbaker. . 0'bui.g
Harriett Rush.. ..Orangeburg
Mary E. Smoak. . . .Orangeburg
A. J. Stone.Cope
F. A. Shuler.Elloree
M. E. Smoak.. ..Orangeburg
Lavinia Thomas. .. .Orangeburg
J. Y. Shuler.
Julia C. Way.
Susan R. Sweatman.
M. C. Walling.Cope. .
Mary A. Williams.. . .Advance
Narcissa Williams.. .Springfield
G. W. Williamson.North
Catherine F. Whetstone Advance
L. B. Williams.Norwav
IM. E. Whetstone.North
Mary Williams.. . . Springfield
Rachel Wannamaker. .. .O'burg
An Old House Must Go.
The large house that used to be
the residence of the late Harpin
Riggs, situated back from the corner
of Russel and Broughton streets, was
partly destroyed by fire Thursday
morning at about 2 o'clock. Tili?
house was occupied by Jeff Ashe, in
which he conducted a boarding
house. The roof was burned and the
second floor damaged before the
flames were extinguished. The oam
age by fire and water was consider
able. There was $:i,000 insurance
carried on the house r,nd?000 on the
furniture. The house is the property
of Adden Bros. This old building is
a Iandmak, owing to the fact that
it is one of the few buildings that
were left standing after Sherman's
march through Orangeburg. This
house was used by Sherman's officers.
This house being within the fire dis
trict and damaged to such a great
extent, it will have to be replaced in
Colonel Maivhant Secretary.
Col. A. H. Marchant has been cieci
ed secretary by the Chamber of
Commerce to succeed Mr. Matheny,
who resigned. Col. Marchant is fully
equipped for the duties of the office
lie has assumed, and wo expect to see
him make things hum for Orange
burg. Let eery man in Orangeburg
fall in behind Col. Marchant and do
what they can to help him in Ilia
great work for Orangeburg
Young Man Dead.
Mr. Gen. A. Timer died at his home
in Fllorc-e on Tuesday after an ill
ness of several weeks of pneumonia.
Ho was or.iy thirty-two years of age.
Mr. rimer was a successful young
farmer. He was a quiet, unassuming
young man and possessed the confi
dence of all who knew him. He is
survived by his father. C. L. rimer,
a sister and several brothers, a wi low
and one child. They have the sympa
thy of many friends.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
PICKED UP ALL OVER TOWN BY
What Is Happening Here and There.
Local Items of Personal Interest to
We will get plency rain now ue
fore it holds up.
Let us all help Secretary Marchant
Miss Elsie Morgan of Columbia is
the guest of iMiss Leila Marchant.
Miss Annie Simmons visited Mrs.
L. S.' Wolfe on Amelia street this
The Peake Sisters will be at the
Academy of Music on Thursday even
ing, April 27. Price oi admission 25
Secretary Marchant, we salute you.
If The Times and Democrat can be
of any service to you in boosting tnt
town and county it is at your ser
In publishing the commissioner's
report on last Tuesday the claim of
W. N. Carter in Willow township
should have been $24.15 instead of
If the law brief department of The
Times and Democrac continues to
grow as it; has since we started it we
will be compelled to get another lino
Much preparation has been made
for the singing at the Easter services
next Sunday at the Methodist church,
and as usual, the music and singing
will be excellent.
?Miss Kittie Salley has gone to Rock
Hill where she will attend the wee
ding of a college friend. Before re
turning home Miss Salley will visit
Cheraw and Yorkville.
The linotype in The Times and
Democrat office has certainly been
kept busy this week. In addition to
the type used on The Times and
Democrat, it has set about two hun
dred pages, of law brief.
The Charleston Post says just be
cause the State board of health fixed
last 'Monday as clean-up day is no
reason why premises should not be
cleaned up tomorrow qr next Monday,
or every day in the year.
Mr. Gambati has made some de
cided improvements in the interior
of the Theato. Besides painting the
walls, he has so arranged the seats>
that all can see as well from luv.
back seats as from tne front ones.
Special services will be condur.led
at St. Paul's Methodist church Sun
day morning and evening. Subject
for the morning services will be "The
Resurrection." Evening subject
"Triumphs of the Cross." A cordial
welcome to all.
Misses Simsie McMichael, Ella
Dukes and Annie Simmons will go
from this place to a house party giv
en by Mrs. Walter M .Riggs at Clem
son College. They will leave abou\
the first of May and spend about a
week at Clemson.
Saturday morning at her residence
on Orange Court, Mrs. Dick Richard
son entertained a few of her friends
at cards in honor of her guests, Miss
Webbe and Miss Beaty. These ladies
are from Bamberg and are spending
a few days with Mrs. Richardson.
If all understood the value of the
tomato, and the comparative ease
with which it may be grown no gar
den would be without, and every fam
ily would eat them three times a
day from early June till frost. Their
acid and mineral salts are very val
uable, especially in warm climates.
The Greenwood Journal says "Mrs.
Lawrence E. Riley and daughter,
Flossie, of Orangeburg, who have
been spending some time with her
daughter, Mrs. W. D. Sturgeon, re
turned home, accompanied by !Vue.
Sturgeon and children Thursday
morning, where they will spend sev
On Wednesdy night week about
!):30 o'clock the residence of Mr. C.
K. Shuler, who lives near Bowman,
was destroyed by fire. When the fire
was discovered by neighbors the
blaze was so far advanced that noth
ing in the house could be saved, but
fortunately none of MV Shuler's out
juildinis caught. Mr. Shuler was
:.n Orangeburg at the time.
The Union Times says "the rain
need not discourage our farmers. One
good feature is the fact that the deep
ploughing already done will help the
earth hold the moisture for the dry
seasons ahead. Most of the fretting
beard about the rain comes from the
larly gardens. It will not hurt them
iO wait. The man who starts his gar
den with the warm days will get
along better than the 'early bird'
The Bamberg Herald pays Major
Dibble the following deserved com
pliment in its last issue: "Maj. An
drew C. Dibble has been electea l'ro
bate and Special Referee for Orange
burg county over two opponents, and
that county is to be congratulated
that it is to secure the services of
such an able and honest public ser
vant. Maj. Dibble is one of the very
best "'on Orangeburg affords, and
will make an ideal official. His Bam
berg friends are much please over
the result of the election."
Rev. Dove Tiller Dead.
Rev. Dove Tiller, a well known
minister of the Methodist conference,
died Thursday morning at 1:30
o'clock at the St. Francis Xavier
infirmary in Charleston at the age
of G2 years. His condition has beeii
serious for several days and his
'death was not unexpected. Mr.
'Tiller served his church for a p?-nu..
tot" 30 years, making an enviable rec
ord in the ministry. He is survived
by a widow and four daughters and
: two sons. All but one son were with
him when he died, the latter arrival-'
after his death. :.Trs. Ti?or is r,
daughter of Mr. W. P. Dukes of
WHEN A MAN MARRIES
Mr. Jerold Garrison was forced to believe, against
his will, that this beautiful woman committed a grave
crime. Being a criminologist he was engaged to ferret out
a mystery which led him a merry chase and in the end
proved that his intuition served him well The woman
did not commit a crime but she did marry Mr. Garrison.
Would you like to know why he was a husband by proxy?
how they happened to fall in love?of their adventures ?
You may! The book is being offered here, beautifully
bound at a popular price.
"When a Man Marries" (by the author of "The
Man in Lower Ten" and "The Circular Staircase") is
entertaining in an entirely different way. It is the book
from which the play " Seven Days " was taken. This hu
morous play has been declared one of the big hits?it is
still running and provoking laugh after laugh. Do enjoy this
book?with its many ludicrous situations, it is simply great!
We have given you a hint as to the character
of two books which are among several others of an assort
ment just received and now offered at
50 cents a copy
You'll find among these
" Tess of the Storm Country "
"The Bow of Orange Ribbon"
"The Fortunes of Fifi"
These are all beautifully bound and printed?many in
full colors and are the works of the best writers of fiction.
See our window display, showing the titles to which we
refer and many others. Why not enjoy a good story?
Complete list for the asking.
such popular stories as
'?'The Furnace of Gold"
"Saul of Tarsus"
"Hasel of Heather.Tand "
" Dimbie and I"
Orangeburg, S. C.
Papa Looked Out For Us,
"and that's why mamma
doesn't have to work
down-town like Bennjr's
mamma does. Poor Benny,
his papa cidr/t take out
Life Insurance Policy
like ycur papa did; and that's why they are so pcor." A
little story, but it carries it's own rr.c/al. If uu want to pio
tect your family in case of death we will write a policy
you can afford to cany and that will be paid if you die.
Special Agents Equitable Life-Strongest in the World.
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 orarge
was scur but now I smile when I
eat my orange because my orange
now is sweet. You ought to eat
oranges or some kind cf fruit at
your house because they are
healthy. They coit onl} 30c per
Grape Fruit, Lemons, Apples
P. S.?you get gccd fresh sweet
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