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ft D.'S AT ST. MATTHEWS
THIRTY PHYSICIANS FROM FOUR
Sereral Interesting Discussions and
; Speeches?New Officers Elected?
Net Meeting at Orangeburg.
The St. Matthews correspondent of
th j (News and Courier says as follows
regarding the medical meeting held in
th.it place: I
St Matthews, July 18. Special: St.
Matthews promised the District Meflt- j
leid Association, comprised of Lex
injrton, Bamberg, Orangeburg, and
Calhoun, the best meeting It has ever
"had, and the general opinion is that
?ha made good Tuesday. Fully thirty
??, physicians from all parts of the dis
trict were on hand, and all seemed
greatly interested in the proceedings.
Dr. J. J. Cleckley, of Bamberg, pre-1
Bided. Dr. T. H. Dreher, <5f St. Mat
thews, made a brief speech of wec
Dr. C. W. Kollock, of Charleston,
uuide am out interesting talk upon
Optbalmia Wonatorium. He made
the interesting assertion that 25 per
cent of the .blind people in the coun
* try is due to a preventable disease.
- It was useless, he said, to blinSTthe
'fact that physicians are largely to
Warne. A medical teacher is crimi
nally negligent who fails, to ground
his students thoroughly In this mat
ter. He was amazed to find that
Among the c uestions asked the grad
uate nurses before the ate medical
board there was nothing bearing up
on this important matter. He scored
the midwives for their dirty, filthy
methods and their total ignorance
about the simple preventable remedy
In child birth, which could so easily
stop this deplorable percentage of
blind people. Boards of health should
take these old midwives in charge
and force them to do their duty, he
said. They should be licensed and
examined once each year. In the
second place the laity should be rous
ed bo a sense of their duty and told
the importance of looking after these
The obstetrician, it is presmed,
iiows his business in preventing this
t errible malady in child-birth, and I
subjects himself to the charge of
criminal negligence If he fails to do j
bs duty, he said. He urged, In un
mistakable terms, that every physr
cfan should use the stadard remedy
in every case no matter how inno
cont it may seem.
T>r. A. B. Knowlton read a most
thorough and instructive paper on
-? Vaginal Caesarean Section." As is
well kown the classical operation has
ihas been by the abdominal route,
which Julius Caesar is said to have
travelled on his entrance into the
?world and from whom the opera
tion took Its name. Dr. Knowlton
gave statistics from eminent speclal
Iiits to prove that the more recent
operation is more successful. .There
?was a time, tie speaker, said, when
tie hope was limited to saving the
.mother, mainly, but the rule now is
t> save both mother and ohna.
Dr. M. J. D. Dantzler, of Elloree,
^vrho is 70 odd years of agee, but 1b
possessed of undiminished hental
?force, and who is one of the most ac
tive members of the association, read
an exhaustive and scholarly paper up
<n "The Functions of the Ductless
<}lands." .Many interesting clinical
<aseB were on had for the benefit of
the visiting doctors.
Dr. Price Timmerman, the dlstricc
counsilor, made a few appropriate re
nnarks, congratulating the members
?itpon. their SDlendld meeting.
Officers were elected as follows:
13r. T. H. Dreher, of St. Matthews,
president; Dr. J. S. Matthews, of
Denmark, vice president; Dr. Sophia.
Urunson secretary and treasurer. Ex
ecutive committee: Drs. Ceckley, -of
!3amberg; D. D. Salley, of Oriange
burg; Fairey, of Calhoun; and Tim
merman, of Lexington.
A splendid dinner was served at
Cains Hotei, where appropriate toasts
were rendered. Orangeburg was
choosen as the next place of meeting.
Three Blown to Atoms.
Fragments of human flesh give evi
dence that three men were killed
Monday when 5,000 pounds of nitro
glycdrine exploded, destroying the
plant of the Dupont Powder Compay,
15 miles south of Denver. The
building rose in a cloud of black
smoke, with a circle of flame at its
base. When they had reached a
height of 100 feet they broke in
Found Him Dead.
Earl Kieuse, of Parkersburg, W.
Va., early Monday called his hotel
clerk over the telephone and asked
that a messenger be sent to his room,
as he had something he wanted to
give out to the newspapers. When
the boy arrived he found Kiensse
dead on the bed with his throat cut.
A razor was in his rieht hand. No
cause for the suicide has been found.
Install Heating Plant.
The work of placing a heating
plant in the court house will be be
gun soon, so as to be completely in
stalled before the winter season The
court house commission appointed
some years ago to have charge of
funds for improvements to be made
at the court house will advertise for
bids for this work. The plant will
have to be placed beneath an exca
vating will be necessary
Just a Bad Negro.
For no other reason, apparently,
than to show that he was a "bad
man," Lucas Freeman, a tough ne
gro who has been in trouble on more
than one previous occasion, shot Bill
KInsler, also a negro, in the breast in
front of Kinsler's sister's house in
Ramsay's row back of the Carolina,
Clinchfield and Ohio railway's yards
Several Parties Given Visiting Young
On Tuesday afternoon Mrs. L. S.
Wolfe entertained at bridge, six ta
bles were arranged. Mrs. Linning
won visitors prize and Mrs. Cart
made highest score. .Those playing
were iMesdames Ed and Shelly Sco
ville, T. M. Raysor, John Cart, A. C.
Ligen,, W. K. Sease, J. J. Andrews,
Pater Brunson, W R. Bryant, Fred
and H C Wannamaker, Louis Gelzer,
Cornell, Lining, A. H. Marchant, Dick
Richardson, R. H. Jennings, Misses
May Riggs, Richardson of Sumter,
Morgan of Columbia, Leila Marchant,
On Wednesday afternoon Mrs.
John Cart entertained at cards, hon
or of the visitors Mesdames Wanna
maker and Andrews of Charleston,
Lining of Jacksonville, Misses Henry
of Timmonsvllle, Randell of Sumter,
and Richardson, of Sumter. Six ta
bes Tor euchre were arranged and
three prizes were given, two for high
est score among the visitors and One
for the home folks. Punch and ice
cream ad cake were served. Those
playing were Mesdlames Ed and Shel
ley Scovllle, Berghouse, Corel, Jen
nings, Hayne Wannamaker, Li
gon, Peter Brunson, Andrews, Lin
ning., Atkinson, Bryant, Marchant,
L. S. Wofe, W. G. Smith, W. L. Glov
er, M. Boone, Dick Richardson, Mal
pass, Sease, Jim Salley, Oliveros,
Misses Miadie Slater, Leiia Marchant,
Morgan, Jessie Henry, R?ndle, Ebba
and Marguerite Dukes, Richardson,
May Thompson, Cummlngs, Cavt.
Miss Warner Hare entertained on
Tuesday evening in honor Miss Kath
erine Howie. Those present were
Misses Howie, McCarty, Carita R?n
dle, Geraldine Cave, Kathleen and
Isabelle Wannamaker, Marguerite
Stokes, Sybil Izlar, Mignon Lowman,
Susie Albergotti, Ruth Dibble, Bes
sie Thompson, Mary Chlshom. Messrs
Orin Bowman, Russell and Lenaire
Wolfe, George Seignlous, Preston
Hildebrand, Asheley Merrimon, John
Hydrlck, Theodore Jeffords, Hen
ry Sims, Kenneth sowman, Arthur
Foreman, James IzBar, Cole Gibson,
and Willie Zieger.
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. * Yours truly,
O. K. Wilson.
Denies the Charge.
The following card from Mr. G.
W. Willard, Intendent of Fort Motte,
who wan recently arrested on the
charge of selling whiskey, explains
To the Editor of The State:
In reply to a special from St. Mat
thews in Tuesday's issue, I wish to
say the charges are unjust and will
be proved so at the next term of
court. G. W. Willard.
Many of Mr. Yvillard's friends are
of the opinion that there is some
mistake about this matter, and that
he will be able to establish his inno
cence at the proper time.
Married Two Couples.
The first marriage license to be is
sued to colored people in this county
were issued on Saturday by Major A.
C. Dibble, Judge of Probate The
parties not only applied for marriage
licenses, but requested the Judge to
tie the knot Drawing out an old
Methodist hymn book, Judge Dibblt.
turned to its back pages and found
the ceremony, and in a short while
the happy hearts were united. The
contracting, parties were Chas. Jam
ison and Annie Gue and Huger Jack
son and Alvenie Wilder. After the
ceremony they went on their way re
Cannon to be Mount**!
The granite foundations for the
cannon that are to bs mounted on
either side of the handsome Confed
erate monument- on the courthouse
square are being butt and the can
nons will soon be placed in position.
These cannons were secured by Maj.
William V. Izlar, who was instru
mental in thf? erection of a monument
to Hagood's brigade near Petersburg,
Want Oivmgehnrg Ideas.
City Clerk and Treasurer L. H.
Wannamaker is in receipt of a let
ter from authorities at Pasadena,
Cal, asking for information con
cerning the construction ar.d opera
tion of the Orangsburg waterworks
system. The fame of the local water
works and power plant S3-i3tem has
gone far and wide, and many letters
are received along the line of the Cal
Died in the Chair.
Giuseppe Serlmarce, who killed
two men during his 27 years
of life paid the penalty for one of his
deeds Monday at Sing Sing prison.
New York. One minute's contact of
the electric chair left him a corpse.
It was the quickest execueion since an
electric chair was introduced at the
DON'T HURT THEM
THE WOODPECKER IS A FRIEND
OF THE FARMER.
They Should Protect This Bird and
Encourage it to Nest and Increase
About Their Lauds.
The golden dinged woodpecker,
which -every boy has seen time and
again, is one of the commonest of our
birds, and one of the most useful to
man It has a wide range, "being
known in nearly every State east of
the Mississippi, and haB acquired
many aliases in different parts of the
Union such as yellow hammer, or
hammerer, flicker, hih-hole, hittuck,
yellow woodpecker, wake-up, yarrup.
It will be noted that all these com
mon names, as well as its scientific,
are strictly descriptive, referring to
some habit, color or voice of this bird
Its general name, coloptes, is Greek,
for chisel or hammer, from colopeo,
to use such a tool It refers to the
use the bird makes of its bill. The
other name, the specific, is Latin, for
gilded or golden, from aurum, gold,
in allusion .o its prevailing color.
The bird is party or wholly migra
tory in the more Northern and South
ern sections, but here in South Caro
lina it continues HI the year, being
confined mostly to the -woodsides
along the margin of fields. In very
cold weather it retires to the dense
foests for shelter, bat comes out to
seek a change of fotd. At other times
At other times it industriously hunts
and procures its food from dead or
half dead trees
It Is often seen along the margin
of woodlots, chere it hunts among
the dead leaves oor its insect food. In
winter it feeds mostly upon the
round, where it takes worms, gruDS,
larvae, beetles, snails, etc. It is an
industrious and persistent worker for
food, hunting about old logs, among
rubbish, and in everq place that ap- j
pears to its practised eye to harbor on
insect. Wood beetles or their larvae
are its favorite food?such beetles as
are harmful to the crop of trees.
A bird that passes the most of its
life in the forest or among trees, is
especially serviceable to lumbermen
and all fhe ownes of timber It con
sumes hosts of wood-boring beetles,
the great pest of may of our forest
trees; and for this invaluable service
is fully entitled to the gratitude and
protectio of every farmer and owner
of timber Sometimes it ventures to
the grain stacks for the larvae of
moths or cutworms. It works all the
It loves to linger about the borders
of forests on the sunny side of fields
especially if there is a dead tree near
by, where it can build its summer
home ad rear its young. A colony of
them, once pleasantly located by a
field will remain in the same vicinity
for years, If not molested or driven
away by som ecareless ,boy or hun
gry pot-hunter Let the dead pines
where the woodpecker has made its
home remain for the use of this bird
and your own benefit.
Having such a colony near him the
farmer ca study the life industry ana
observe the habits of this bird at his
leisure All is not known about the
habits of this useful bird that ought
to be known; and having a family of
them near by, where it can be observ
ed and studied the year round, it is
a great advantage that every young
farmer should seize. We need to
know more about what it eats, for it
is this mainly that determines the
values of any bird to the farmer.
We know, however, that this wood
pecker destroys insects in great vari
ety and number It is one of the few
birds that will eat the disgusting po
tato beetle. It is fond of field crick
ets, and seems to have an especia?
liking for wood ants, such as are of
ten found infesting forest trees. At
times, when ants are plentiful, and
this bird takes them at will, its flesh
will even taste of them Snails and
beetles are its food as a general thing
The tonue and head of the wood
pecker are a study for tfic anatomist.
Its poweful chisel-like bill; the mus
cles of its head and neck, that enable
it to do such hard work; the long,
barbed tongue, just the thin Tor
thrusting down in the deep borrows
of the wood beetles and dragging out
the larvae it feeds upon; and the long
wirey neck, that affords such lever
age power in plying its bill: all thest
show the wisdom of the benevolent
Designer who gave us this useful
And the four toes, two behind and
two before, so long and strong for
supportig the bird in an upright po
rtion, and the large tendons that join
them to the muscular flesh of the leg,
could not be better contrived for the
work this bird has to perform. Tim
protect this bird and encourage It to
build and increase about their lands.
State laws should protect. All people
shoud g:'ve It carte blanche
But the protection for it would be a
good, intelligent and widespread
knowledge of its great worth and use
fulness as an insect destroyer. We
need that people should observe its
habits and become acquainted with
its round of labors in the forest, field,
and orchard the whole year through.
Then every farmer would be a law
unto himself And so, of all useful
birds and helpful things like the toad
and the lizard. The public mind
dust be informed. People should
learn to observe more.
Every farmer and employee up
on a farm might become a pood prac
tical naturalist if he would. No one
has better opportunities for learning
the habits of all the* fauna about them
than the intelligent honest farmer
boy. One may become ?. good anat
omist by studying the structure of
birds. The structure of every bird,
animal or worm insect Teveals its
sphere of life, its peculiar habits and
ways of getting its living, and wheth
er it is useful or harmful to the far
mer or his crops.
When a knowledge of nature be
GOOD ROADS TRAIN-.
Letter of Interest from Southern
Commissioner Watson was recently
advised by iM V. Richards, Industrial
agent of the Southern railway, that
"the good roads train" of that system
would spend a month in South Car
olina in September. Mr Watson de
sires that all points in the Southern
railway territory, particularly inter
ested in the building of good roads,
advise him at one, stating the status
of good roads sentiment and the need
for good roads, so that he will he In
a position to advise Mr Richards in
accordance with the request made by
The following is the letter of noti
fication to the commissioner of agri
"My Dear Sir: I have the pleasure
in advising that the good roads train
which we are row operating over our
lines will reach South Carolina on
Monday, September 4th, and will con
tinue in that State for about four
"In this Connection, we desire to
stop the train at such points where
the good roads meetings are most
needed, and I would appreciate It
very much if you will kindly suggest
to me a list of points on our lines In
your State at which you think our
meetings would accomplish the most
good. As we have to prepare om
schedules in advance, I will be glad
to have jrour advices relative to this
matter at your early convenience.
As soon as our itinerary is prepared
we will give you the information rel
ative to dates, places, etc."
It is probable that requests will
come in the State on account of in
creased interest taken in road work.
MAKE BIG LAND DEAL.
Farm Near St. Matthews Changed
Hands at Good Price
The St. Matthews correspondent of
the State says "the Calhoun Develop
ment company, composed of J. C. Hi
ott, attorney and editor, and T. L.
Buych, D. D. Buyck, and Hunt Pauld
ing, business men, has been engaging
in real estate deals successfully
which have opened the eyes of slum
bering natives to the possibilities of
"Lands are scaring to heights nev
er attained before and still shooting:
skyward. The latest venture of this
realty company has been the purchase
of the J. D. Antley farm of 267
acres, just beyond the southern lim
its of the town, for 520,000. It was
.bought by Mr. Antley less than a
decade ago for a little over $3,000.
"What the owners have up their
sleeves for the furture is not definite
ly known. But there is a peculiar
and popular spring on the property,
which has been furnishing immese
quantities of free .water to the public.
Tt is said that this fount of wonderful
water will be harnessed to more prof
itaWe use, and that free drink will
soon be known no more."
LIST OF LETTERS. ^
Those Remaining Unclaimed in the
Orangeburg Post Office.
The following are the list of letters
remaining unclaimed in the Orange
burg Post Office for the week ending
July 18, 1911. Persons calling for
same will please say that they are
"advertised." A. D. Webster, P. M.
Mrs E. L. Adams.
J. R. Booker.
Dr. C. W. Bozard.
Mrs. Rosa Douglas.
P. C. Engleharcit.
Pette Gilyard. ,
P. B. Harbin. ' i I
Susie Jones. ;
Rosa Lee. '
A. O. Price.
Mrs. Minnie Shuler.
Mayme Gee Stokes.
The New City Hall.
City Engineer Hawes has eported
on the cost of converting the opera
house building into a city hall. This
property as purchased some months
ago by the city from the Edisto Sav
ings Bank for $6,000. Engineer |
Hawes reported that an expenditure
of $3.500 would convert the upper
hall into a council chamber, the lower
hall into city offices, erect a jail and
equip it, this building to be added on
to the present opera house, and in
stall a heating plant. The opera hous
part of the building will remain the
Licenses by Proxy.
Attorney-General Lyon says that,
under the terms of the new marriage
law, it is not necessary for either of
the contracting parties to appear be
fore the officer issuing the license?
that the affidavit required may be
made by any one having knowledge
of the facts. This will make the
procuring of licenses more simple
For Sale?The following Turkey: (2)
two grown gobblers; <6) six hens:
and (42) forty-two young turkeys
half grown. These turkeys iare of
a good breed and easy to raise. I
am forced to sell. Send me offers
(to Orangeburg, S. C. Lucius B.
comes more general among farmers,
we will not have to call upon the De
partment of Agriculture for informa
tion and help concerning, every boll
weevil or other creature that comes in
our way. Besides this, there, is such
a world of interest and entertainment
in the investigation of natural things
that no young farmer ought to be wil
ling to go through life without learn
ing all he can about them Let us all
resolve ourselves into a society of ap
plied naturaists for our mutual bene
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
PICKED UP ALL OVER TOWN BY
What Is Happening Here and There.
Local Items of Personal Interest to
Governor Bdease says he is going
to do some more pardoning soon in
his letter to that western governor.
This will be good news to the convicts
but how about the balance of the peo
Offleer R. E. Jennings of th local
police force had a narrow escape
from being electrocuted Sunday.
TVhile attempting to turn off the
great white way switch, the officer
received a shock which knocked him
serseless for a short while.
Chief of Police Fischer had two
colored boys before him Tuesday
morning for fighting on the Court
house square. He made them kiss
and let them go, with the promise
that their punishment would be se
vere if they were caught scrapping
The Gpartanburg Journal says: Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Smoak and two chil
dren and Mrs. L. M. Smoak of Or
angeburg, who have been spending
a few days with Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Cope, on North Church street, left
for Glenn Springs, have where they
will spend some time.
A lodge of Knights of Pythiias will
be located at Raymond on Wednes
day evening of next wetk. Grand
Chancelor Frank Meyer, of Charles
ton will be present. The instituting
the lodge is to be conducted b yDls
trict Deputy Grand Chancellor A. W.
Browning, of Elloree. The Orange
burg lodge has been invited to assist
in the ceremonies of instituting the
Notice of Municipal Registration.
Notice is hereby .given that the
books for the registration of the
qualified electors of the City of
Orangeburg, who desire to vote at
and in the Municipal Election for
Mayor and Aldermen of the City of
Oraugeburg, S. 0., to be held on
Tuesday, the twelfth (12) day of
September, 1911, will be open at the
City Hall, in the City of Orangeburg,
S. C, from, nine (9) o'clock a. m.,
to two (2) o'clock p. m., cn each
Tuesday in the months of June and
July.. 1911, (after the publication of
this notice) and also on each Tues
day in the month of August, 1911,
up to and including Tuesday, the
twenty-second day of August, 1911,
and beginning Wednesday, August
the twenty-third, 1911, the said
books of registration will be open
each day, Sundays excepted, from
nine o'clock a. m., to two o'clock p.
m., for the registration of said qual
ified electors at said City Hall up to
and including Friday, September
first, 1911, at which time said Books
of Registration will be closed.
All male inhabitants of the City
of Orangeburg, S. C, over the age of
twenty-one years, and otherwise
qualified according to law, may regis
Section of 197 of the Civil Code
of Laws of the States of South Car
olina, Vol. 1, 1902, provides, among
other things, that: "the production
of a certificate of registration from
the Board of Supervisors of Regis
tration of the County, entitling the
applicant to vote in a polling pre
cinct within the incorporated city or
town, in which the applicant desires
to^'vote, shall be a condition prere
quisite to the applicant's obtaining, a
Certificate of Registration for Munic
ipal elections, etc."
M. F. Inabinet.
Supervisor of Registration of tb<*
City of Orangeburg, South Carolina.
Orangeburg, S. C. June 13, 1911.
Circuit Court Sale.
State of South Carolina, County of
Orangeburg. In Court of Common
Joseph Colter, et a!., Plaintiffs,
against Jehu Colter, Isaac Colter,
et al., Defendants.
By virtue of the judgment of the
Court of Common Pleas made In the
above named case, I will on sales-day
in August next, being the seventh day
of said month, sell to the highest bid
der, during, the legal hours of said
sale, the following described prem
All that certain piece, parcel or
tract of land situate, lying or being
in Middle Township, Orangeburg
County, State of South Carolina, con
taining fifty acres, more or lew
bornded North by lands now or for
merly of Harriet Fredeick, east and
south by lands of Mrs. Rebecca Snu
er and west by lands of Shadrack
Carn and ? Smoak, and being same
lands conveyed to late Clarissa Col
ter by late L. PI. Shuler by his deed
dated December 20. 1882.
Terms?Cash, and if purchaser or
purchasers fail to comply with terms
of sale the same to be resold on same
or some subsequent saleday at the
risk of the former purchaser. Pur
chaser to pay for all papers and taxes
falling due after day of sale.
G. L. Salley,
Clerk of Court of Common Pleas.
July 13, 1911. -it.
On the 21st. day of July, 1911, at
9 o'clock, I will let out to the lowest
responsible bidder, a contract to
repair the bridge over Coodbys Hall
on the State road, in Elloree Town
ship. The right is hereby reserved
to reject any and all bids.
F. J. D. Felder,
June, IS, 1911.
The subscription list of The Time?
and Democrat is growing more rapid
ly than that of any other paper *ir
Friday and Saturday Spe
cials Again!! They Have
Proven So Popular That
Kohn's Offers These
7 I -2c for 1 Oc quality yard wide S. C. Bleach.
1 Oc for those splendid 12 1 -2c plaid ginghams.
25c and 50c for grand 35c and 75c Summer
$1 for $1.50 and $2 Shirt Waists.
$1 for any $1.25 or $1.50 Parasol.
OUR FIRST SALE OF MILLINERY!
Kohn's millinery has a state wide repute
iion. In fact it extends outside of this state
to 12 others. What do you think of it
when we are going to clean up this stock
for Fall? We will sell all trimmed hats,
shapes, straw braids, children's bonnets and
caps, flowers, etc.
AT HALF PRICE!! BUY NOW!!
1 Oc for 20c values in yard wide Dotted Swis?
8c for selection of values in 15c Foulards.
11c for those grand 20c Linen iinish towels.
White Slippers at 90c to $3.
50c for splendid $ 1 Lisle Gloves, all shades.
New Coral Beads?15c to 75c string.
5c Val Laces?don't miss these 15c values.
"What We Advertise We Have."
John Wanamaker, whose
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 GroverXleve
land said: *
Get a policy and then
hold on to it. It means
self-respect; it means that
nohody 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 load
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
splendiJ robe in Heaven
will not keep them warm.
The minister may preach a
splendid 3ermon over your
remains, and the quartette may
organ loft, but your death will
UN TIE WORLDc
sing like four angels alighted in the
be a swindle.
ZEIGLER & DIBBLE
Orangeburg, S. C.
I went this morning to the
grocery. I had a basket on my
arm. I got the basket full of
things and brought them home.
Mama said I was a good trader.
This is what I got:]
A Ham, a Breakfast Strip,
some Balogna Sausage. Canned
Peas, Corn, Beans, Tomatoes and
P. S.?I got the the things
good and cheap because I went to
PURE FOOD STORE.
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