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THE TIMES AND DEMOCRAT
PRIZE VOTING CONTEST.
Tlie Offer of Over Thirty Valuable
Prizes Has Been Most Favorably
Received by All.
That the fairness and liberality of
The Times and Democrat great prize
voting contest, in which at least thir
ty valuable prizes, costing $800, are
to be given away, has caught tho
fancy of the people of Orangoburg
and Calhoun, and adjoining counties,
is amply indicated by the large num
ber of enquiries received by tho Con
test Department. The enterprise and
liberality of The Times and Demo
crat is meeting with an appreciation
thftt is most gratifying to it.
An interest h being developed on*
the part of the paper's friends and
subscribers that augurs well for the
interest of the large number of con
testants who have signified their in
tention of making the raco for the
most valuable list of prizes ever of
fered by a newspaper in this section
of the State. It has been said that
opportunity knocks but once at every
one's cloor, but in these days of aero
planes, wireless telegraph and the
like, the dawning of each new day
brings fresh opportunities.
The Times and Democrat has ar
ranged its territory in such a man
ner that no matter where a contest
ant may live, opportunity for win
ning at least one of the thirty prizes
will knock at her door. Be 6ure that
you are ready to embrace the oppor
tunity when it comes your way. This
is a grezit big business proposition
which appeals only to the sober, seri
ous minded people of the territory
covered. It requires no special ener
gy. People of ordinary attainments
will be found among the winners of
these thirty valuable prizes.
?But back of it all there Is the spirit
of work and a determination to win.
The spirit that inspires confidence in
one's friends and causes them to
manifest the same intense interest
shown by the active contestant*. A
contest campaign is like a gigantic
snow ball?It grows larger the: longer
it Is rolled. Those who enter the
race with a full understanding of the
rulesr determined to win one of the
prize?, wilj find that they have un
consciously formed an endless chain
of friends who are worMhg for them.
Your own intense earnestness will
show these friends that thev are not
wasting their support and they soon
begin to feel tho same interest as
For the first two weeks or more,
the race will be purely educational.
Candidates will find many things
coming up daily to confuse them.
They will have to a?k questions and
avoid making the same mistakes
twice. That is one of the reasons
why it la desirable to start early.
The Contest Department will render
all tho assistance possible, that is
not prejudicial to the interes-s of any
of the o::her candidates, In seeing
that the proper start is made by con
testants. So enter at. once, and don't
be afraid to ask questions. The Con
test Manager will take pleasure in
A careful reading of the rules will
convince any energetic girl or lady
that no Impossible conditions are im
posed; nothing is asked that cannot
be done without interference with
other duties. Just get this fact firm
ly fixed in your mind: There are
$800 worth of prizes; there are thir
ty of them; they are to be distrib
uted among the peopla of Orangeburg
and Calhoun Comities and competi
tion has been so equalized that the
chances of each candidate are exactly
the same. So why not enter from
your township and try to win one of
All that is necessary to enter is
to fill out the nomination blank, which
appeara in each issue of The Times
and Democrat and send it to the Con
test Department. Nothing is gained
by delay in entering the contest. The
sooner you begin active operations,
the sooner your votes will pile up.
Simply clip out the nomination blank
today and fill it in with you own
name or that of some friend, and
send it to the Contest Department of
The Times and Democrat. That
starts you properly. The proper sub
scription book and Information will
lje furnished and every effort made to
get you started on the right track.
Heading the list of prizes is the
Marchant Piano, which is sold for
three hundred dollars, and Is guaran
teed by the Marcbant Music House of
this city. You know them. Call and
see the Piano. This prize will go to
the contestant polling the largest
number of votes in the contest Ir-j
respectne of district. The value and
desirability of this Piano alone i
should prove sufficient incentive to
the most strenuous effort on the part
of the contestants in the four dis
tricts. An inspection of the Piano
will speedily convince candidates and
their friends that this race is ex
tremely worth while.
Then comes the district prizes, four
Champion Drop Head Sewinp; Ma-I
chine?, made and guaranteed by the
New Home Sowing Machine Compa
ny. Tho lady receiving the -highest
vote in each of the four districts, af
ter the Piano has been awarded, will j
be awarded one of these Sewing Ma-;
ch'nes. Tber. comns rho township;
prizes. The lady in each of the town
ships ef Orarsrcburs: and Calhoun.
Coi:n*io:;, where not less than an a?
grorate vote of 1 00,^00 is c?r-t. who!
receives the highest vote after tho
general and district prizes have bonn
awarded, will receive a handromoly.
decoratod Dinner Set of one hundred'
If yen cannot see opportunity
spewed hi this offer of thirty valuable ';
prizes yr.\\ are not the energe tic, am- j
bitious person to whom The Times
and Democrat would appeal. Xot er
eryone can enter a contest, bu! every-!
one can nominate some popular, en- '
COURT OP CALHOTJN COU?TY.
Several Criminal Cases Have Been
The St. Matthews correspondent of
The News and Courier Hays the Court
machinery has .been, moving at a good
clip Tuesday and Wednesday. Sev
eral of the oases were of a minor
character. The more Important dis
posed of are as follows:
The State vs. Eugene Williams,
colored, grand larceny. Pleaded
guilty. Sentenced to one year on
James Little, colored, rocking train
[at Riloy's Station. Guilty. Sen
tenced to eighteen months.
I George Key, colored, beat a Ruih
'sian Jew peddler with the intent of
robbery. Guilty. Six months.
The State vs. George Taylor, col
ored, assault and battery with intent
to kill. In this case the evidence
I showed .that Taylor beat Olln Hamp
jton's wife in the morning and later
'in the day provoked a difficulty with
the husband at the latter'9 home,
snooting him in the thigh. The Jury;
; brought iu a verdict of simple assault,
over which the presiding Judge ex
I pressed surprise, in view of the ag
igrarated odor of the case. He gave
Taylor the limit of sixty days er
The Si^te vs. D. A. Pendarria,
white, isHulng check without funds.
Guilty. One hundred and fifty dol
lars or three months.
?Bill Plush, colored, who shot up
Scuffle Town and all the colored in
habitants therein. Guilty. Six months
The State vs. Lucinaa Sumter, col
ored, who cut her husband to death
with an axe Not guilty,
j The grand jury made a short pre
sentment. It complained that its past
re:ommendation for an expert ac
countant to examine the .county books
hs.d not been carried out. In answer
Judge Devore thought that the grand
jury could secure an accountant
themselves. If not; their representa
| fives in the Legislature could pasu an
Act for the purpose. It also recom
mended better quarters for the safe
keeping of the books in- the Clerk of
Charlie Staley, colored, of Sandy
Run, was tried in Court late Wednes
day afternoon for shooting recklessly
linto^a crowd. Guilty; sentenced to
? eighteen montho on the gang.
The caiie of E. A. Grice vs. John
Spigener and "Cap" Wise, prominent
I white farmers, brought a good crowd
from the High Hill Creek section
I Thursday morning. This is the out
icome of an old grudge, which, he:re
'tofore, has been threshed out in the
' Magistrate Courts. The evidence
shewed that the parties got into a
general row on their way home from
town-during the early, fall. "Ca,p"
Wise was found guilty of assault.
Spigener was acquitted.
- ? ? ?
Baptist Bazaar at Branchville. 1
The Journal says the annual
Thanksgiving Bazaar given by the
Ladles' Aid Society to the Baptist
church will be held Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday of next week in
the .town hall. Everybody Is cordial
ly invited to attend the bazaar as the
cause is a worthy vono and aid and
assistance was never more needed
than now since the local church and
parsonage have been .burned. Fancy
work, home made candles, art work
and many valuable articles will be on
sale and every visitor will enjoy him
Iself. Besides the bazaar will be a
scene of artistic beauty that will be
well worth going to see. You cannot
'afford to miss it.
Special Train Assured.
A special train is now assured
from Orangeburg to Savannah for
those who wish to see the automobile
races in the latter city, the necessary
number of guarantors having been
secured. A sleeper has been ordered
for the convenience of those who
wanted berths. Money covering the
fare for the trip can be handed to
Messrs. Belton Gardner, Ed Cannon,
W. H. Dukes, B. W. Vinceni, or Dr.
D. D. Salle/. The train is scheduled
to leave Orangeburg midnight Wed
nesday, arriving in Savannah about
5 or 6 o'clock Thursday morning and
will return, leaving Savannah about
7 or 8 o'clock Thursday evening.
Wound Up All Business.
The last quarterly conference of
St. Paul's Methodist Church was held
Thursday evening with Presiding Eld
er Smith in the chair. The old
boards of stewards and trustees of
St. Paul were re-elected, and the at
fairs of the conference year wound
up with the exception of a few small
claims, which will be paid up as soon
as the collector can collect 3ome out
standing money that is still due. St.
Paul had quite a prosperous year,
and will enter upon the new confer
ence year with a clean financial sheet.
Will Lay in New Stock.
It has been reported thac Mr. J.
E. Glover was going out of business,
out such is not the case. The big
sale he had was to clear his store
of old stock, which ha3 been pretty
well accomplished. IMt. Glover is
now in the Northern markets buying
a new and up-to-date stock o? cloth
ing, men's furnishing goods.'
Calhoun Boy's Corn Club.
All boys in Calhoun County who!
are interested in the Boys Corn Club,
cirher members or those who wish |
to become members, should send in
their names at once to Mr. A. 0. An-'
tley, St. Matthews, in order to get!
the circulars of instruction. Don't
delay, boys, but act at once.
orgctic hustling friend and then help'
that friend win. Nominal ions are
now open. Clip out and fl! in the
nomination blank and send ii to the
Contest Department today. It costs'
nothing to enter. It costs nothing to'
vote for you. And von f!(\*: ?iave to :
vote for you. And fou don*t have to
be a subscriber to The Times and ?
Democrat to become a contestant.!
Nominate today. * '
TBE HOME CIRCLE
PLEASANT HVESfETG SHBVTCES
FOB OLD ANB YOUNG.
Dedicated to tho Mothers of tho
County Upon Which Its Botiro
If you intend to treat yonraalf any
better than your -wife, don't tak* one.
If you have an idea that yom are
too good for a picked up dinner, re
main a bachelor.
' Don't forget mother when picnics
and good times are in order. Don't
let her do all tho hard work. And
boys treat her to some fresh air
every day behind that newly-broken
J Never in tho history of any ooun
try, in any age, has there been such
|a mighty work before the youth oi
orir land as there is today; and we
[ignorant of it and unfitted for their
I work. Bach one wants tho other to
'row tho boat while he oatjckes the
Profanity never did any man the
least good. No man is tho richer tho
happier, or wiser for it. It oom
mends no one to any society. It is
digusting to the refined; abominable
to the good; insulting to those with
whom we associate; degrading to the
I mind; unprofitable; needlass and in
jurious in society. Young man, don't
rWe know that music is pleasant
and home is not home where there
are no songs or sweet harmonies; but
a knowledge of the piano will not
help a woman discharge her wifely
duties, and a smattering of French
or an ability to waltz gracefully, will
jdo but little towards preparing a
palatable dinner for a husband when
he comes home hungry.
Let us say to you young man,
that pluck wins more battles than
luck. Wishing is the easiest way in
the world to get a poor living. Look
ing for the fortunate star to rise is
like standing on the ocean's strand
waiting and watching for wealth
laden ships to como over the sea
that never "put out.' Wishing brings
a small income and the taxes on it
are enormous. ?
When a man has established a
homo has a wife and children, the
most important duties of his life
have fairly begun. The errors of Iiis
youth may be obliterated, the faulte
of his early days may be overlooked,
but from the moment of his mar
riage he commence? to write an in
effable history; hot by pen and ink,
but by deeds, by which he must ever
afterwards be reported and judged.
A trade is a good thing to have; it
is better than gold?brings a larger
premium. But to make a premium,
tho trade must be perfect?no silver
plated affair. Determine in your
mind to be a good workman, or let
the job out. Learning a trade is dif
ferent from eating mush and milk?
mechanical education does not slip
down without chewing. Never slight
your work, never. Every job you do
is a sign. Poor signs are against uuc
Setting a young man afloat with
money left him by his relatives, is
like trying bladder under the arms
of one who caunot swim; ten chances
to one he will lose the bladder and
go to the bottom. Teach him to
swim and he will not need the blad
der. Give your chlid a good educa
tion. See to it that his morals are
pure, his mind cultivated, and his
whole nature made subservient to
the laws which govern man, and you
will have given what will be of more
value than the wealth of the Indies.
You have given him a start which
no misfortune can deprive him of.
Society at the present day demands
that girls shall be what they call ac
complished; and to fulfill this de
mand the mothers of Christendom
teach their daughters that a know
ledge of all that belong to life's du
ties at home is not one of the re
quiremenst that manual labor must
be consonant with drawing room
cultivation. And so their lily hands
Blip idly over the piano keys; they
waltz in the most approved style;
simper a little French or German,
quote poetry?and society says they
are accomplished. P.abtless they are,
and by-and-by, as all modern fash
ionables do, they win a husband.
The matron who appears before
the members of the family in a shab
by, soiled wrapper and makes the
excuse, if indeed she takes the trou
ble to make one at all, that "it is so
much more comfortable," has little
idea of the possible consequences of
such a course. Could she but realize
that her dress is an evil example to
her daughters and productive of con
sequences that will reach far beyond
her own span of life: that her hus
band and sons cannot fail to draw
comparisons between her dress and
that of the ladies they meet in other
homes* and that these comparisons
cannot fail to decrease their respect
for her, she might be induced to give
more attention to her personal ap
Mothers sometimes say when a
child shows a vile temper and shrieks1
a r:D"d deal thai it would endanger
his li'e to punish him: perhaps so, ^
but you still more endanger his fu-,
tore if you don't punish him. Many a
on the mother's lap. We wish wei
could write it in imperishable, glow-,
Ing letter:; on the walls of every j
home?ob1, dien.ee, obedience, obedi
ence! Obedience to law?*o house
hold law: to parent!al authority: un-'
questioning instant, exact obedience.
STjEsANGE KEPTJIiH POUND.
Tho First That Has Brer Been Seen
1b This Section.
At Grosnrilio sosxe small boys
found en a artH raco ex Reody RiTor
reeentry a mensver, which hae precip
itated something of a riot wkofferw
it has bees exhibited. Tho reptile is
evidently a member of tho Iguana
family, of the speoiea designated as
Iguana tuborculata. It is a repulsive
looking liaard with a high dorsal
fringed ridge and a very large d?w
lah. The monster measures some
thing over trty-flro inches in length.
Authorities in biology have- been
called into consultation, ana after"
much study, have pronounced it an
Iguana tuberculata, but they are un
able to explain the presence of the
strange reptile in this section of the
country. So far as can be learned,
one has ne'rer before been found.
The attraction at the Academy of
Music od next Wednesday night is
A. G. Dolamater and William Norris's
original stupendous Stodebaker Thea
tre, Chieago production of George
Barr McCuteneon's "Beverly", a su
perb dramatization of Mr. McCutch
eon's most entertaining and poplar
novel, "Beverly of Graustark" as
dramatized by tho scholarly Robert
M. Baker, of Boston. The play is pre
sented with a large and expensive cast
of well known Broadway artists head
ed by Margaret Shayne, formerly;
leading lady with Cyril Scott in "The
Prince Chap", and Nat Goodwin, and
Is mounted with an unusually hand
some scenic production.
Beet of the Season.
Direct from its long engagement at!
the Studebaker Theatre, Chicago,
George Barr McCutcheon's "Beverly"
will be seen for the first time in this
city at the Academy of Music, Wed
nesday, Nor. 29th. Beautiful women,
gorgeous scenery, elaborate costum
es, a stirring, thrilling plot, plenty of
good clean wholesome comedy, all of'
those go to make a production that
will delight the eye, please the under
standing, give rise to mirth, and stir
every drop of red blood in the veins.
Orangehnrg Boy at Suxnmertoa.
I A letter from Summerton to The
News and Courier says "the drug
store recently conducted by Dr. Hlll
son Capers has changed hands. The
business has been taken over by Mr.
Leon Fischer, formerly in business In
Charleston. Residents are delighted
to welcome Mr. Fischer to Summer
ton. He married a young lady of this
town, Miss Addie Broadway, and they
will make their home here." Mr.
Fischer is a son of Chief of Police
Fischer of this city.
Elliotts Will Celebrate.
The Elliott Hook and Ladder Com
pany, which is" one of the oldest and
best Are companies in the city, will
celebrate its 'forty-first anniversary
next Thursday evening at their hall.
The Eliotts Is an independent com
pany, but it never fails to do It]
whole duty when it comes to fighting
the fire fiend.: The boys will have a
supper on the occasion, as is their
Canada Regrets Her Action.
According to J. A. McDonald, edi
tor of ithe Toronto Globe, and a
prominent member of the liberal par
ty, Canada is sorry she rejected reci
procity. Mr. McDonald so declared In
an address before the Sunday Even
ing at Chicago. "The people have re
turned to sober thinking and regret
their action," he said. "The annexa
tion bugbear was to blame for it all."
Die From Exposure at Sea.
Blown upon the rocks of Menun
ketuck point off the Connecticut
coast, Monday, the two-masted
schooner Henry H. Williams pound
ed to pieces, and the wife and child
of Capt. Otto Pauer died from ex
posure. Capt. Pauer and one mem
ber of the crew were rescued in an
Two Barges Lost in Gale.
A dispatch from Black Island. R.
L, says a gale caused the loss of two
barges of the Scully Transportation
company of New York and carried to
watery grares six or eight persons.
Tho barges were the Helen A. Wy
man and the Vermont. The masters
are believ d to have had their wives
Two Men Are Killed.
Two men were killed and four were
injured at Chicopee Falls, Mass.,
Thursday night, when a temporary
elevator used in construction work
at the Fisk Rubber Company's plant
at Chicopee Falls fell three stories.
. Gave L'p at Last.
After holding the officers at bay
24 hours, John E. Brown, a wealthy
resident of Moab, Utah, who Frh'ay
shot and killed his daughter, Mrs.
A. J. DuBois, and her husband, sur?
rendered to the sheriff'Monday. The
shooting followed a quarrel.
Arabs Are Corning Mere.
The Astrian steamer Kassa., hav
ing on board 200 Arab emigrants
from Tripoli, has proceeded to Tries
te. From that port the Arabs will
! lake passage on another steamer sail
ling for New York, where tnej intend
I to search for work.
St. Paul's Sunday.
Preaching at 1 1 a. ra. by Rev. C.
H. Smith. At 7:30 p. m. there will
be held memorial services In honor
of the members of our church who
have died during the year.
Obedience in die family, obedience j
in the school! Wherever, from the!
beginning, from tho first glimmering
intelligence in the child, there in ex-1
presslon of law, let there be taught [
respect frr it and obedience to it. It'
is the royal road to virtue to good
citizenship, it is the only road. '
LOCAL NEWS IBIS
PICKED UP ALL OVHK TOWN BS
What Is Rappomas Here and There*
Local Items of Personal Interest
to Our Readers.
Bast rainoo moat, 2 lbs. for 2So,
Tbo best remedy for cheap oottoa
is to plant something else.
Fresh chocolates from Lowney, and
Littlefield-Steere Co., at Prescott's.
?Christmas is only fonr week9 off
from next Monday. Just think of
that, boys and girls.
Branchr?le has been designated as
a postal aaTinga postoffice, to bo
ready for deposits December 21 next.
Thoro is still much cotton in tho
fields of Orangeburg and Calhoun
counties unpicked for tho want of
Tho winds wore high yosterday.
and no doubt it blowed oat a quan
tity of oottoa in the fields, as thoro
is muoh of it unpicked yot.
Old Santa Claus is beginning to
chock up tho good boys and girls.
Every boy and girl should be sure
to hare their name on his list.
Conteatants wanted in The Times
and Democrat contest in Limestone,
New Hopo, EutawTille, Holly Hill.
Amelia and Sandy Run townships.
Hon. I. W. Bowman will attend
the Annual Conference of the Meth
odist Church next week as a delegate
from the Orangeburg District.
Tho ladies of the Cameron Metho
dist church will sell dinner and oys
ters at Houck Hall on Thanksgiving
Day. The public is cordially invited.
The GreonTille Piedmont says now
"that the fly has gone for the winter,
swat the man who throws banana
peelings on the streets." Good ad
Jim Jones, colored, who stole a
bicycle from Mr. Frank Wannamak
er, St. Matthews, was arrested in this
city Friday morning and sent back
to St. Matthews.
WheneT.er you see a fellow knock
ing a piece of enterprise of a com
petitor, you can rest assured that
tho enterprise is a good one, and it
will pay you to investigate it.
Wo want one or two contestants at
least in each township. Look over
the list and if no contestant appears
ii your township send in your name,
and enter the contest.
Walt for the second grand auction
sale of fifty head horses and mulos
that will be sold without reserve to
the big dollar by tho Western Horse
and 'Mule Company, first **"o.day In
One contestant on last Thursday
sent in $24 taken in by her for sub
scriptions on The Times and Demo
crat in a couple of days. No trouble
to get subscribers for an up-to-date
The Calhoun Advance says, "We
are glad to learn that Mr. J. H. Fair,
of Fair's Pharmacy, was successful
in obtaining a license at the meeting
of the State Board of Pharmacy at
Abbeville last week."
Carnivals are being placed under
the van by many of the towns and
cities of tho State, but they are still
allowed to exploit Orangeburg. The
carnivals are accused of spreading
disease and crime.
A Box Party will bo given at Mid
way school house near Elloree, S. C,
on Thanksgiving night, Nov. 3 0th.
Girls" are requested to briug boxes
and boys bring money. Proceeds for
The directors of the Orangeburg
County Fair Association will hold a
meeting in this city next Wednesday
morning. At this meeting the full
reports of the first fair will be heard
and plans will be made for the next
Judge B. H. Moss will attend the
Annual Conference of the Methodist
Church next week as one of the trus
tees of Wofford College, a position
he has filled for several years with
credit to himself and profit to the
Tho ladies of the Methodist Epis
copal Church at North will repeat
the "Old Time Entertainment" of last
season at the school auditorium
Thanksgiving evening, November 30,
at S o'clock. Refreshments will be
Presiding Elder Smith will preach
at St. Paul's Church Sunday morning.
This will be his last sermon here as
presiding elder of this district, as
he will be sent elsewhere next year,
he having served the limit on this
The Times and Den uc-at wishes
it could present a piano lU every lady
in Orangeburg and Calhoun counties
that wants one. It can't do that, but
it can afford to give away one, and,
as it does not wish to show any
preference, it has concluded to award I
that one to the lady receiving the
highest vote in the two counties.
A prospective contestant wants to
know if The Times and Democrat, did
not ouce run a voting contest to give
away trips to some city or other,
and wanted us to give the name and
addess of some one who won a trip
in the contest. The Times and Dem-;
ocrat never ran any such contest. Ourl
correspondent has confused The
Times and Democrat with some other
Stabbed a Fellow Prisoner.
Patrick Collins, a convict in the
Eddyville, Ky., penitentiary, who!
would have completed bis term in j
eight months is in solitary confine
ment, charged with the murder of
James Jones, a fellow prisoner. An
gered at a retort of Jones, Collins
leaped upon him and inflicted a mor
tal wound with a harness knife be
fore he could be overpowered by oth
er convicts. i
A LITTLE EARLY:
But We Are Now Receiving and
A LITTLE EARLY: BUT WE ARE NOW RECEIV
ING AND MARKING CHRISTMAS GOODS
Each season sees us better prepared to show our custom
ers the very newest novelties for the Holiday Season. Our
Mr. Kohnweiler spent nearly two weeks searching the New
York market for the very prettiest and cleverest ideas that
he could find.
THEY ARE COMING IN DAILY NOW.
There will be something here to choose for each member
of the family. Not costly articles but things that will corner
within the set sum you set out to spend. Make it your iabit
to come here daily and see the new goods.
In the meantime?these new shipments:
Red Sweaters for Children, $1.25 and $175.
Aviation Caps, all the best hand made goods, 25c, 50c,.
Tan Shoes, White Buck Shoes, $3.50 and $4.50.
New Side Effect Neckwear, 25c, 50c, 75c.
Holiday Novelties, 25c and 50c.
Coat Suits and Cloaks, daily shipments.
Did You Ever
of Value for
This modern puzzle and gift
v. r < : i r ? pianos for nothicg
is beyond us;
We are legitimate piano dealers
and believe in o^ving-the public a
V/e sell you a piano, quality
cor.siderer1, cheaper than any
dealer or agent in Scuth Carolina,
for cash, or give you plenty of time
to pay for it
Knabe, Kranich & Bach, Lau
ber, Marchant ar>d 12 other lead
ing make3 of p*anos. Putnam,
Farrand, Estey and Carpenter
Edison Phonographs, Records
and Supplies. Better ccme and
take a look at our stock befcre
buying. Write us for catalogue.
! Marchant Music Co., j
ESTABLISHED 1883. ?
L58 B. Rnseeil Street..*3. Orangebwrg, S. <D. !
Am so glad you had such a
gocd time at our big fair. Now
we will have to get ready for
Thanksgiving. If you go to the
k . Pure Food Store you can get
Canned everything for a smell dinner.
pe^che-S They have Plum Pudding, Mince
j f?T .i_ Meat, Celery, Cramberries,
?5 ! Pickles, Preserve . f n an Hams,
Raisins, Nuts, Grapes and ever so
many other things.
Your friend, JACOB.
P. S. The best Butter is
higher 40c per lb., but you can
get "Purity* Butterine at 25c.
Pride Butterine at 30c. Best
Creamary Butter at 35 ard 40c.
Coffees also ars higher, but you
ca get Roasted Coffee from 25c
to 40c per lb You ought to buy
a can of A moco or Lord Calvert
the best coffee ever put up in cans
"Pure Food Store."
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