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^BAFTJST SUNDAY SCHOOL CON
VENTION TO CONVENE.
Program Announced for Meetings to
Be Held With St. George Church
Joly 6th and 7th.
The' Orangeburg Baptists Sunday
School Convention will meet with the
St. Goorge Baptist Church on Thurs
day land Friday, July 6th and. 7th.
The lession will last two days, each
day having an afternoon and morn
ing service. The following program
has been announced:
10.00?-Devotional exercises, by the
10.15?Enrollment of delegates
10.45?Introductory sermon, by J.
11.30?Querry, "How can a Sun
day School be successfully run in a
country church?" by C. T. Dowling
and John R. Fizer.
2.00?Devotional exercises, by Paul
2.15?"How to secure the sympa
thy, and cooperation of every member
of the church in Sunday School
work," by Artie Smoak and John A.
3.00?"Punctuality, and how to se
cure* regular attendance of teachers
and pupils," by Paul A. Bolen and W.
3.45?Miscellaneous business and
10.00?Devotional exercises, by T.
Euggins Heape. \ >
10.15?"The Sunday School and
Missions," and W. H. Simpson and J.
.11.00?Sermon, by Rev. John A.
jll.45?"Local problems in Sunday
School work and how to solve them,"
by ?. T. Dowling and T. D. Williams.
2.15?Devotional exercises, by ,J.
2.30?"The home and the Sunday
School," by John R. Fdzer.
3.00?"Soul winning in the Sun
day school," by J. W. Blanton.
3.30?A discussion on better equip
ment for Sunday School work (maps,
black-boards, class rooms, etc.) by
George E. Davis, j
New One Has Been Delivered to the
Subscribers in This City.
The new directory of the Southern
Bell Telephone Company has been de
livered" to the subscribers in Orange
burg, by Manager R. F. Walker.. The
new directory is attractive in ap
pearance and contains all the changes
and corrections in listings that have
been made since the last directory
wa s printed.
-The number of new names appear
ing In tho list would Indicate that
there aro c?iist^nt additions to the
number of eubssrtfcprs in Orangeburg
and vicinity And thd telephone de
velopment is continuous.
The Southern Bell Telephone Com
pany has evolved a plan whereby it
furnishes (telephone service to farm
ers and other rural residents on an
economic basis. As a result the tel
ephone is now the rule, rather than
the exception, on the farm and farm
ers in all sections of the State are
-installing telephones in their homes.
Thep lant of the Southern Bell Tel
ephone Company In Orangeburg is
maintained at a high state of efficien
cy and the subscribers are well satis
fied with the service they are receiv
Run Sunday School Excursion.
Bowman, June 30th?Special: The
Sunday School Excursion from here
to Charleston yesterday was highly
enjoyed by a goodly number of Bow
man and surrounding country folks.
It was indeed a novelty to some of
the younger ones, visiting the Isle of
Palms and seeing the large body of
water. Some went in bathing for the
?first and was delighted. The party re
turned in good shape about 9 p. m.
?Interesting revival services have
been in progress here for about two
weeks and will close today. Rev. Mr.
Harley Is helping the pastor and the
services have been very interesting
and profitable from a Teligious stand
Will Look It Over.
The blue-prints showing the pro
posed improvements at the Southern
passenger station in this city were
forwarded to the city authorities by
the Railroad Comission on Thurs
day afternoon from Columbia. The
city authorities are to look the prints
over and make any comment desired
?upon the proposed improvements. Ac
cording to the plans the station is
to be materially improved and the
yards to be given.a cement walk in
front of the depot.
Good for Neeses.
On last Sunday four couples were
married in and around the town of
"Neeses. The young people who were
married on that day were: Miss Julia
Fogle and .Vohn Garris, iMiss Bessie
Hutto and Elvin Neese, Miss Pear
son and Mr. Stanley and Miss Eva
Shipes and Carey Laird. We con
gratulate these young people and
wish them long happy lives.
Married in "Washington.
A dispatch to The State from Sum
ter says Mrs. E. L. McGowan, of
Cameron, passed through that place
Wednesday returning from Washing
ton, D. C, where she attended the
marriage of her daughter, Miss Ebble
McGowan, to John E. Linder, of
Brooklyn, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Lind
er will make their home in Brooklyn.
LEVER WEtu MARRY SOON.
To Wed Young Lady of His Native
A dispatch frcm Lexington says of
Statewide and national Interest will
be the marriaga of Asbury Francis
Lever, the popular seventh district
congressman, and Miss Lucile Scurry
Butler of Lexington, the event to be
solemnized next Wednesday evening,
IJuly 5th, at six o'clock.
This announcement.comes as a sur
prise. Mr. Lever came to Lexington
several days a.;o, presumably on a
business trip, and nothing was known
of the wedding arrangements until
Wedsenday wh-.*n the announcement
The marriage will take place at
the home of the bride and will be
very quiet, no formal invitations
having been issued. However the
public generally has been invited to
witness the ceremony.
Miss Butler xr?l be attended by her
three sisters, Mts. W. A. Wright, of
Atlanta, and Misses Alice Mae and
Lillie Butler. M. EL Zeigler of Or
angeburg, former private secretary to
Mr. Lever will be the best man. The
ceremony will be performed by Rev.
William H. Killer, of Columbia, a
college mate of Mr. Lever, assisted
by Rev. T. S~. Brown, pastor of St.
Stephen's Lutheran church.
Miss Butler is the second daughter
of Maj. John Wilson Butler, who
comes of the old and distinguished
family of Abbeville and Edgefleld
Butlers and is a relative of the late
Gen. M. C. Butler, the famous Con
federate leader and later prominent
in the history of the State. While
a resident of Athens, Ga., she was a
student at Luey Cobb institute and
was later graduated from Due West
Female college. She is a woman of
rare charms and pleasing personality.
Immediately after the ceremony,
Mr. and Mrs. Lever will leave for the
mountain of North Carolina, after
which Mr. Lever will return to Wash
DOINGS OF SOCIETY.
Several Appropriate Affairs for the
Quite a dainty affair was the heart
dice party g ven by Miss Leila Mar
chant Thursday night complimenting
Miss Hattie Zeigler. Many young
people were present and a most en
joyable evening was spent. During
the progress of the party ice cream,
cakes and good cold punch was serv
ed. After the games a delightful
musical program was rendered. (Miss
Zeigler was awarded the guest prize,
a dainty linen handkerchief. The
prize for the- highest score was won
by Mr. Ruseell Wolfe.
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Misses Alma Wannamaker, Kit
jt'e Salley, Lola Wannamaker aud Jen
nde Smith, chaperoned by Mrs. Ella
Selgnoi8, wtll comprise a party of
young folkij who will go from Or
angeburg to the mountains sometime
next month. These ladies will spend
awhile at Hendersonville.
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j Another r.ffair complimenting Miss
Hattie Zeigler, the popular bride-el
ect whose wedding takes place next
week, was a linen shower given by
Miss Georgia Culler Wednesday af
ternoon. Many useful tokens were
bestowed upon the honoree.
Mrs. Ewirt Cummings, of Barn
well, was the guest of honor at a de
lightful party given by Mrs. James
Salley on Thursday afternoon.
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Thursday morning Mrs. R. H. Jen
nings was hostess at the regular
meeting 'of the Elwell club.
Death of Mrs. Louisa Frederick.
" Mrs. Louisa Frederick, relict of the
late Andrew D. Frederick, and a sis
ter of the late Col. Paul S. Felder,
of this county, died at the home of
Dr. M. G. Salley, in this city, late
late Wednesday afternoon, at the ad
vanced age of 94 years. Mrs. Fred
erick was the last of the family, and
leaves surviving her only nephews,
nieces, two of whom, Mrs. M. G. Sal
ley, and Mr. Jacob Salley, resided
here. She was a lady of a most lov
able disposition, and until age crept
on and retarded her activities, was
always foremost in all good works.
The funeral was held Thursday af
ternoon, the ceremonies being at the
home of D-\ M. G. Salley, and the in
terment was made at the Frederick
Cemetery, near her old home, about
three miles from the city.
Whnt She Should Have.
The News and Courier correspon
dent at St. Matthews says Uncle Sam
means to keep up with the procession
in that corner of the country. Post
master Owens has been instructed to
receive bids for an un-to-date post
office bui'ding, with the latest Im
provements In every way. The mat
ter will be decided in July. That Is
what St. Matthews should have. She
is an up-to-date little city, has an
up-to-date postmaster in friend Owen,
and she 3hould have an up-to-date
postofflce to even matters up.
Baseball.?Ladies vs. Men.
The lsdies of Eutaw Chapter, D.
A. R., have a novel game of ball
scheduled to take place next Thurs
day afternoon. The ladies team, cap
tained by Mrs. W. L. Giver, will play
the gentlemen's team, under the cap
tainship of Mr. William Glaze, Jr.
The game will not be called until
5:30 and the crushing heat of the
day will thus be avoided. An ad
mipsion fee will be charged, for the
benefit ?f the Chapter.
Aboat Publishing Obituaries.
The Times and Democrat often re
ceives nany lengthy obituaries with
the request that we publish free. If
we did BO there would be columns of
them each week, and to protect our
selves we have made a special rate of
1-2 cen'. a word for this class of no
tices. Our friends will note this.
QUIET HOME "WEDDING.
Miss Carrie Wannamaker Weds Mr.
Howard P. Dew.
At the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. G.
Wannamaker on Wednesday evening
was solemnized the marriage of their
youngest daughter, Mise Carrie B.
Wannamaker, to Howard Preston
Dew, of Blacksburg. Dr. Bays, of
the Methodist church, performed the
impressive ceremony in the presence
of many friends.
The interior of this beautiful home
was decorated for the occasion with
quantities of flowers, vines and burn
ing candles. , .
The girlish grace of the bride, who
entered on the arm of the groom,
was enhanced by her bridal costume,
an exquisite gown of white satin en
riched with chiffon and seed pearls.
She wore a superb string of pears,
the gift of the groom. The veil and
Bprays of orange blossoms were held
in place by a sunburst of diamonds.
Her bouquet was a shower of valley
lilies and roses.
During the ceremony a beautiful
selection was softly rendered by the
Orangeburg orchestra. Following the
ceremony a delightful reception was
Mrs. Wannamaker, the mother of
the bride, presided with her usual
grace and ease and wore a lovely
gown of gray crepe de chine with
pearl trimmings. f
Mr. and Mrs. Dew left on the eight
o'clock train for the mountains of
North Carolina. Since 'Mrs. Dew's
coming out two seasons ago, she has
been recognized as one of Orange
burg's most popular and beautiful
young women, and it is with regret
that her many friends relinquish her
to a distant home. Mr. Dew is one
of Blackburg's young business men.
Among the out-of-town guests
were: Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Holman
and Miss Carrie Holman of Barnwell,
Dr. William Wannamaker, of Balti
more; Miss Mary Alice Dew of Simp
sonville, Albert Dew of Clemson Col
lege, Andrea Bethea of Columbia,
Caldwell Jones of Columbia, Mrs. W.
J. Murray and Miss Mary Murray, of
Columbia, Louis Chisolm of Char
leston, Rob Fair of Greenville, Ham
ilton Love of Columbia.
LIST OF LETTERS.
I Those Remaining Unclaimed ta the
Orangeburg Post Office.
The following are the list of letters
remaining unclaimed in the Orange
burg Post Office for the week jnding
June 27th, 1911. Persons calling for
same will please say that they are
A. D. "Webster, Postmaster.
E. J. Beck.
Mrs. Lewis Bowman.
Mrs. Jerome Bruce.
R. G. Dover.
Mrs. Maggie Esaw.
Dianah Ginyard. ;
Mra. Lawrence Glover.
Mrs. Martha Harrison, care A. L.
Rev. S. W. Henry.
Mrs. Daisy Hook. '
Mrs. <Nealie Jamison. "'i
Baber Jamison. .. j
Lucile Jenkins. c'?^^
Mattie Jenkins. ' ~ ?
Mrs. Haggar Marfan. ^ ?
Fannie Martin. ^S^ilf
H. E. Meckling. !T>
William Morgan. " . ^p*^.
Rev. H. E. Murphy.
Leila Murphy. ; ? jf- J
Minnie Pelzer. ;
LilHe M. Robertson. *
Katy Rowe. ht,t?J?
E. D. Royal. \ *i ^
Anna Shuler. r ;
Mose Walcler. ? t
D. L. "Williams. ' j f"
Fannie Gray Wright.
To the Voters of the City of Or
angeburg.?I hereby respectfully an
nounce myself a candidate for thie
office of Mayor of the city of Orange
burg at the approaching municipal
election, and will appreciate the en-1
dorsement of my candidacy.
Very truly yours,
W. W. Wannamaker.
To tho 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. Yours truly,
O. K. Wilson.
Campbell-West bur y.
On June 25th Miss M. Haddie
Campbell, of Smoaks, and Mr. Sam
uel J. Westbury, of Cope, were hap
pily married at the Baptist Parsonage
at iBranchville, by the Rev. Fizer.
Miss Campbell is a very charming
young lady and is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Campbell, of
Smoaks. Mr. Westbury is a young
and prosperous farmer and a man of
sterling qualities and is the son of
the late Mr. Daniel M. Westbury, of
the Edisto Fork.
Married at Livingston.
At Livingston, Sunday afternoon,
the marriage of Miss Glovie Pearson,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Pear
son, to Mr. W. B. Stanley, of Colum
bia, was solemnized at the residence
of the bride's parents. M.\ Stanley
is a salesman in the store of nis fs.th
er, C. D. Stanley, of Columbia. The
couple will make their home at 1:231
To Take Charge of the Tillman Vol
The following committees have
been appointed to take charge of the>
picnic to be given by the Tillman
Volunteers on Friday, July 7th. An
has been published the list of speak
ers will include several well-known
politicians and orators of recognized
ability. The picnic will be one of
unusual interest and a crowd will
be present to enjoy the day.
Committee on Invitations and
iSpeakers?Capt. J. H. Claffy, Lieut.
F. F. Pooser, Lieut. C. G. Inablnet,
and Sergt. D C. Hayden.
Committee on Arrangements.?
Lieut. F. F. Pooser, Sgt. W. S. Lee,
Sgt. L. P. Fogle adn Corp. Hoyt
?Refreshment Committee?Lieut. C.
J. Inablnet, Sgt. D. C. Hayden, Sgt.
W. L. Palmer and Corp. J. L. Houck.
Ladles Committee toe take charge
of dinner?Mesdames E. W. Brant
ley, D. D. Hinkle, G. D. Hinkle, Sam
Ulmer, Jeff Earley, L. W. Zeigler,
A. M. Ba-uner, Willie Stroman, Fred
Ulmer, Ida RIley, R. L. Zeigler, J. F.
Till, Leon Shuler, Leila Bozard and
Gentlemen's Committee, to assist
ladies?Messrs. R. E. Rickenbaker,
E. W. Brantley, Jeff Earley, L. M.
Zeigler, A. M. Bruner, Willie Stro
man, G. D. Hinkle R. L. Zeigler, J.
F. Till, A. W. Bozard and Fred Ul
WTLL SHOW UP SOUTH.
Southern Railway Will Make an At
The Southern Railway will make
an attractive exhibit showing the ag
ricultural, -forest and mineral re
sources and manufactured products
of the Southeast at the Appalpchian
exposition, to be held at Knoxvllle,
September 11 to October 1, 1911.
This exhibit will contain handsome
dispays of cereals, cotton, tobacco,
I legumes, vegetables and fruits, and
(especial attention will be given to
forest products and manufactured
specimens of woods. The exhibit will
show in a comprehensive way the
possibilities and advantages of the
Southeastern States and should prove
a powerful advertisement for the sec
tion as large numbers of visitors are
expected at the exposition from points
outside the Southeast,
j " At the same time the exhibit will
serve the very useful purpose of call
ing the attention of the people of
the South to the great opportunities
which exist Jn their own country. This
is a feature which the management of
the Southern Railway considers of
the highest importance, as nothing
can have a more powerful effect in
discouraging emigration from the
South to 'less favored sections than
a thorough knowledge of the South
and the many reasons which make
this the best section of the country
I In which to live and prpsper.
COPE PLAYING BALL.
I Wins Game from Bamberg and Then
j Loses to Bolen.
Cope, Special?The Cope baseball
team defeated Bamberg on the lat
ter's diamond Tuesday by the score
of 14 to 12. The game was a slug
ging match between the two clubs?
the Cope team getting a little the
best of it, making 20 hits. Bamberg
got 8 hits. Errors were evenly di
vided, each .team making nine. Bat
teries: Bamberg, Brickie, Frier and
Cooner; Cope, Goza and Tatum. Um
pire, Paul Riley. Struck out: by
Frier 5, by Goza 10.
In a well played game of ball the
Cope team went down in defeat be
fore a picked team consisting of play
ers from Bolen and vicinity. The
score was 4 to 3. Smith and Sain
started in to do the battery work for
Cope, but In the third inning with
the bases full Frier relieved Smith,
and Tatum took his place behind the
bat. After this Bolen was unable to
score, while Cope made three runs.
Reed for Bolen pitched good ball and
deserved to win. Batteries: Bolen,
Reed and Abies; Cope, Smith.-Sain
and Frier-Tatum. Struck out, by
Reed 8, by Smith 2, by Frier 6. Hits
off Reed 4, Smith 5, and Frier 1.
Stockholders Will Meet to Perfect the
The stockholders of the Orange
burg County Fair Association will
meet today at noon at the courthouse,
when a permanent organization will
be perfected by the election of a
board of directors and officers.
The reports for the different town
ship chairman are being received
and they are encouraging, showing
that the people of the county have
the fair at heart and are greatly in
terested in the undertaking. T'ie
farmers cr this county are taking a
large amount of the stock. The peo
ple of this city have subscribed to
about $7,000 of the stock.
The necessary amount of stock to
be subscribed will be in hand by the
Saturday meeting and a charter w???
be applied for. Kork on the ficir
buildings is expected to be commenc
ed in the near future.
The meeting at the courthouse to
day should be a large and represen
tative one. Let every one who has
subscribed, or will subscribe, to the
capital stock of the enterprise be at
the meeting. This is an important
undertaking and means much fo- the
county and city. It must not be al
lowed to fail.
Locates at Buffalo.
The Union Times says: "Dr. F. P.
Salley, of Orangeburg County, a re
cent honor graduate of the Charles
ton Medical College, who also has a
B. A. deree from the College of
Chareston, has located at Buffalo to
practice his profession."
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
PICKED DP ALL OVER TOWN BY
What Is Happening Here and There.
Local Items of Personal Interest to
The Citadel boys are welcomed
home for the holidays. They arrived
On and after today folks who want
to get married will have to get a
?Masses Kathleen and Isabelle Wan
namaker have gone to North for a
few days visit.
The supply of ice was short in
this city Friday. Pretty bad time
for an ice famine.
Mr. and Mrs. James Albergotti and
son have returned from an extended
visit to Anderson.
Mrs. Hannah J. Salley, of Ashe
vllle, N. C, is visiting relatives in
this city and county.
Mrs. A. C- Ligon has returned from
Charleston. She is accompanied by
her sister, Mrs. Andrews.
The comic supplements will be
sent out Tuesday. If your subscrip
tion is behind you will not receive a
'Chief T. ?. S. Dibble, of the Fire
Department, was elected Treasurer
of the South Carolina Firemen's As
Judge Prince opened the Court of
Common Pleas in this city Thursday
morning to hear equity cases and ap
peals and sign orders.
In sending newB to the paper don't
weit to see if someone else is going
to send It. Invariably it is then too
la'Le, and we can not publish it.
Although the Fourth of July cele
bration has been called off, the stores
of the city will be closed and the
clorks will ge a needed holiday.
"Robert the Silent", hand-colored
picture and "Madam Rex" Biograph.
This will be the fine program for
Monday, July 3rd, at the Theato.
It has been many a long day since
this city has been visited by a good
ra:n. However, we would rather
it be dry here than on the farms.
Games of ball will be played on
July 4th, 5th and 6th at the Collego
Park by a local team and a visiting
one. Some fast playing is expected.
What has ecome of the Booster
Trip that was to be made during the
middle of July? Get busy gentle
men, and let ub see if it cannot be
Company "L" attend company
meeting and drill Saturday afternoon,
July 1st. Every member must be
present to perfect arrangements for
picnic on July 7th.
Mrs. Louisa Frederick, who pass
ed away on Wednesday, was one of
four ladies to die in this city and
vicinity in the last 18' months who
had reached 90 years and over.
The postal bank in this city has
been opened, but so far, Postmaster
Webster has not been rush\d with
business. He is ready to take care
of all that come his way however.
At the home of Rev. D. D. Dantz
ler Miss Maggie Bair and Mr. Irvin
W. Till were happily married Tues
day. iMr. Till Is a successful farmer
of the Four Holes section.
Subscribers who may occasionally
miss receiving their copy of the paper
are requested to notify the circula
tion department and prompt atten
tion will be given to mailing them
St Mathews defeated Wedgefleld on
the local ground Tuesday afternoon
in a slow, featureless game. Dantz
ler, a high school boy, pitched a good
game for St. Matthews, allowing only
five scattered hits.
/Ehrhardt was defeated by Branch
ville Wednesday on the local dia
mond by a score of 9 to 0. Dukes
pitched a good game, allowing no
two hits in the same inning. Mc
Dowell for the visitors pitched a gooti
game, but was given ragged support.
The Camden News says. "Mrs. A.
?Mr. Robbitt expects to spend Sun
spend a few days with her sister in
Sumter. From there she will go
to Orangeburg to visit her parents.
Mr. Bobitt erpects to spend next Sun
day and Monday in Orangeburg with
Mr. C. A. B. Tice, representing the
Eclipse Folder Machine Co., spent
Tuesday in the city; and gave the
folder of The Times and Democrat a
thorough overhauling. We are glad
to recommend the Eclipse to all news,
papers in need of a first-class folding
It is stated by officers of the Dixie
Library that positively the library
will move into the new quarters on
Tuesday. A very handsome donation
in the shape of a library table and
chairs has been received by the club
and the library rooms will De well
Tell Us, Man.
Are you advertising
In tho same old foolish way
That you grand-dad did before you,
And persist, "It doesn't pay?"
Think the world knows your address
Cause it hasn't changed in years?
Wouldn't the pathos of such logic
Drive a billy-goat to tears.
"Just a card" is all you care for,
Hidden, lonesome and unread.
Like the sign upon a tombstone
Telltag folks that you are dead.
Wake up, man. and take a tonic,
fBunch your hits and make a drive.
Let people know you want their biz,
ADVERTISE, and keep alive.
The Times and Democrat has sev
eral hundered more subscribers than
ull other white papers in Orangeburg
HERE IS A STORY FOR LARGE WO
MEN!! MAYBE IT WILL DO SOME
"Oh, it doesn't matter about my "lines," says die J
large and comfortable mother of a half a dozen boys
and giils. "What I'm more interested in are the fig
ores of mv growing daughters!" j
But your "lines," my dear macam, are precisely j
what do matter. Dont you remember the time j
when your Tommy punched the Brown's boy's head
because young Brown expressed a poor opinion of
your personal beauty? There is nothing boys and j
girls are more proud of than a good looking mother
?aleit and down-to-the minute, and nothng is bet
ter for them than such pride. When you consider
what a tremendous asset g^od looks are to a woman,
and how much they are a matter of spirited carriage
and thoughtful dressing it does seem as if tie little
extra time and thought it takes to get just the right
clothes and the right corset to wear inside of them
couldn't be better invested.
One of the best corsets we know for large women
is the W. B. REDUSO?best for several reasons.
It is very strorg.
It is simple?no complicated straps and bands to
make it feel like a harness.
It has fashionable lines, and moreover, cut in such
a way that it helps a woman to carry herself well
It is inexpensive?$3, being the price for either
of two models.
For sale at the leading store.
Jclir. Wanamaker.whoie '
life has been insured for a
million and a half, once said:
From 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 Grover^Cleve
Get a policy and then
hold on to it. It means
self-respect; it means that
nobody will 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 be 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 r/obe in Heaven
will not keep them warm.
The minister may preach a
splendid sermon over your
remains, and the quartette may
organ loft, but your death will
IN TIE WORLD?
sing like four angels alighted in the
be a swindle.
ZEIGLER & DIBBLE
Orangeburg, S. C.
We had such good lemonade for
tea yesterday.. That was because we
had good lemons, when I went to
get the' lemons I saw so many nice
fruits and things at the grocery.
< Ginger Alej
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P. S. I got the lemons at
PURE FOOD STORE,