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Dhe AIanning Eines.
MANNING. S. C.. JUNE 21, 1911
Publishes All County and Town Of.
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Manninr Chapter, No. 19
Regular Meeting. First Tuesday
in each Month.
(M~r.) G. X. SNITH. W. 2K.
I (Miss) SrSIE HARVIN. Sec.
ST. PETER'S, NO. 54,
A. F. r.
'Next 3eeting, Wcdr.cs:ay. 8:(o
J'ine 14. 1911.
Entered Apprentice Degree.
F. L. WOLFE. W. M. E. J. BowCE. Sec.
RUTH CHAPTER, NO. 40,
H ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Reaular Meetina; Second Mon
day in Each Month.
W.C.DAVIs, FRED LSEESN.,
Hieh Prie;L. Secretary.
A NEW STARCH
MADE FROM WHEAT
Hoyt's Laundry Starch is some
thing new to this section, though
all high-class laundries have been
using it for years. Made entirely
It Starches Through and Through
It mixes thin-Is thoroughly sol
uble-Penetrates the fabric and
makes a more beautiful and last
ing finish than all other Starches.
Will Not Streak Colored Goods.
This Starch is what you've been
looking for. There's no big in
PRICE 5c. A PACKAGE.
Manning Grocery Co.
Purveyors to Particular People.
Winthrop-Clemson day tomorrow.
Miss May Bradham is visiting friends
Mr. Pressley Barron of Coiumbia
spent Monday in the city. .
Mr. J. J. Johnson sent to this ot1ie
last SaLurday three cotton blossoms.
Miss Mary Nelson of Georgia is vis
iting at the home of Charlton DuRant,
- M4r. C. W. Wells attended the Chan
diler-Galloway marriage ina Sumter last
Mayor A. b. Bradham is back from
his trip to the mountains of North
Mr. J3. W. Glenn who is the proprie
tor of the new tobacco warehouse has
Mr. Walter Lenoir of Hagoed, spent
* last week ia M ning with his friend.
McLaurin App -
The Y. P. B. will meet Friay after
noon at 5:30 o'clock at the home of Mres.
Do not fail to see the exhibition tr-ain
of Clemson and -Winthrop colleges in
The -young people had an informal
dance last Friday in the new tobacco
warehouse wnich they enjoyed.
Misses Louise Wilson and Miss Laura
Rhem of Rome, Williamsburg county,
are visiting the home of Judge John
Mrs. Douglas, the mother of Mrs.
Dr. L. C. Stukes of Summerton, with
her other daughter Mrs. J. T. Stukes,
Jr., of Lloyd, Fla., is visiting in Man
ning and Summerton. -
Contractor McRoy is placing the stone
work to the front of the Home Bank and
Trust Co.'s new building. This build ing
wilt have a very pretty front. differing
from any other ini the town.
* Died at Luisville Kentucky last Wed
nesday, Mrs. James Metcalf, formerly
* Miss Sibyl Odiorne, once a resident of
Manning. The deceased was a cultured
-and a most charming woman.
Married last Wednesday at the home
oftebride's parents at Gray Court, Mr
Charles T. Richardson of Pinewood,
and Miss Beulah Hellams. The couple
will spend a few days at Tybee.
THE TIMEs will soon begin the pub
* lication of some new songs, those we
published a few weeks ago seemed to
have pleased the lovers of music. Our
next lot will be of the most popular
-Rev.: F. H. Shuler will not be able to
meet his regular appointment at Har
vi's next Sunday, as he will preach at
Paxville that day at 3:30 o'clock in the
afternoon, and again at Pine wood in the
evening at 8:30 o'clock.
Last Thursday night about 10 o'clock
a saw mill on the plantation of Mrs.
Anna Davis, belonging to Mr W. S.
Harvin was destroyed by fire.. A large
lot of lumber besides the maeldbery was
destroyed. No insurance.
The monument association proposes
to have a huge rally sometime in Sept
ember. J. H. Lesesne, Esq., the head
of the movement has the promnise of
Hon. B. R. Tillman and other celebri
ties to be here on the occasion.
Cards are out for the coming marriage
of Miss Lillian Ainslee Lawrence and
Mr. Albert Venton Bridges to take place
at Pine'wood Wednesday eveniug 28th,
at the Methodist church. The bride-to
be is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rich
Mr. Cam Stubbs of Sumter, well
known to the people of' this county
while cranking his own automobile one
day last week let the thing get away.
and run over him, yet they tell us that
Sumter is a dry town. He was pain
fully but not seriously hurt.
Do not fail to come to Manning to
morrow to see the Clemson-Winthrop
train, it is a farm and home on wheels.
There are seven cars and a number of
lecturers to entertain and instruct those
who go to the train. The exhibition will
be on the side track belonging to the
Died at Pinewood last Wednesday,
Rev. David Huck~s, pastor of the Pine
wood Methodist church. His only son
died the week before, and his wire has
been extremely ill. The deceased has
teen a member of theSouth Carolina for
twenty years, and was greatly belo~ed.
The body was taken to Conway for bur
The lot and building known as the
Galluchat property owned by .. A.
Weinberg,. Fsq., was sold to Ni r.Thomas
Nimmer last Thursday. The laundry t
will probably have to seek other qcuar- t
Married yesterday afternoun at the
home of the bride's mother in Sumter,
Mr. Leon 'M. Galloway of Man ning. and
Miss Nellie Chandler. Rev. F. H. Shu
ler. pastor of the Manning 'Methodist i
church performcd the ceremony. Be
sides tbe family of the groom. several 1
friends from Manning attended the
Married last Wednesday evening at f
the Presbyterian church in Summer- a
ton, Mr. A. Judson Plowden. and Miss t
Sarah L. Nelson. Rev. James Mc- n
Dowell performed the ceremony. The I
affair was quite elaborate, a large nu:n- b
ber of attendants. and a splendid rc- s
ception at the home of the bride's '
mother Mrs. C. H. Nelson. t
Owing to so many delinquents on our
subscription lists it will be impossible l
for The Times editor to atteed the cor- t
ronation exercises in London but we t
will be represented at that function by !
Dr. Hagood Woods who is taking a 3
special post-graduate course in medicine
in England. Dr. Woods is a Clarendon (
man who has attained a high stand in v
his profession, and to have him repre- E
senting The Times on the occasion of 3
. King George putting on his golden hat C
is quite a distinction. I
There was a fashionable wedding in G
colored solored society in Manning C
last Wednesday afternoon, the con
tracting parties were James Deal in
the United States railway mail service X'
and Rosa Mack the daughter of Caro
line Mack. Rev. A. R. Woodson. pas
tor of the Manning Presbyterian
church performed the ceremony, in .
the place of Rev. H. C. DeLaine who s
was unavoidably absent, and no other 0
colored minister was obtainable which P
was acceptable to the couple. a
This is a mighty tight time with us, X
and we will appreciate it greatly if those b
of our subscribers who are behind with b
their subscriptions will send or bring t
us some money. Those we owe are in- E
sistent and we must pay even if we have o
to borrow and pay interest, they will n
not look at our delinquent list and be h
satisfied when we tell them these are all b
ood. Come friends, look at the label q
on your paper, it will tell you the date t
of the expiration of your subscription, M
or rather the date from which you are -M
due us. Give us a lift. in
Read the half page advertisement of e
The D. Jr Chandler Clothing Co., of c
Sumter. It is one of their great clear- x
ing sales which is always attractive to d
the trading public. This concern makes I
it a rule to c'ear off a season's goods be- a
fore the season wanes so as to be ready r
for the Fall receivings. To make tbeir c
clearing sales a success they put the t
prices down so as to make it an induc- ii
ment to buyers, -an attractive invest- y
ment to those who like good clothing. L
Take advantage of the offerings of this y
reputable concern. It will pay you to
The persons seen down at the swamp S
recently was not a party of surveyors p
for a ne'w railroad for Manning, but they
were there inspectng the cause for the n
annoying stenches that are wafted into
the nostrils of people living in the di- I
I rection of the swamp. The dry weather I
is largely the cause of there being no Is
water at the terminus of the sewerage t.
drain but this can be remedied if the v
council will take the matter in hand, and1 C
recuire those who have the franchise to I V
cuD a ditch to another one of the runs of 0
the swamp. This matter should not be b
The coming social event in this town
takes -place Wednesday evening 28th j
inst ,, in the Mehodist church when twoe
of M\anning's most. popular young peo- h
pe will be united in the hoiy bonds .of a
matrimony. Tbe fortunate couple are: ir
S. Oliver O'Bryan, Esc. a rising law
er and prominent citizen. and Miss di
Frnces E. Davis. whose merited popu- e
larity is only exceeded-by her magnifi- h.
cent womanly character. Miss Davis
was for a number of years a teacher in
the graded school and by her splendid
bearing she won not only the hearts of
er pupils buit their parents as well, and
while all wiil feel the loss to the school vi
there is rejoicing everywhere in this c<
promised happy union. fc~
Bryan Preaches Well. s
That which has been looked forward ai
to for the past two weeks has at last tr
come to pass: William Jiennings Bryan
has visited Manning. Col. Bryan arriv- rn
ed here yesterday morning in an auto
mobile from Sumter before he was ex- h.
peetea, having spoken the night before
at. Florence he was obliged to take an ol
early train for Sumter to reach Manning
in time to speak and then get away in it
time to get back to Sumter to catch a
train for-Orangeburg. He put up at the B
Central hotel on his arrival. At the ap
pointed hour Mayor Brad ham called for D
im with an automobile and toolk him
through a part of the town escomed by di
a number of machines from this and ad
joining counties to the auditorium. Here d:
a large crowd was assembled to greet N
the distinguished visitor. The audito
rium was Dot filled but there was a trood ic
audience, it seems that a report got out
that all of the seats were sold in ad- h
vance, which kept many from coming,
and of course this wrked an injury to the vi
projectors of the scemne to get Col. .
Bryan to speak t'ere. t
aor A. C. Bradham in fitting Ian
guage welcomed the visitors to Man- rt
ning, and in a splend idly delivered trib- er
ute introduced the aistinguished speak- iL
er. Col. Bryan selected by request forj E
his theme his famous lecture. Prince of ti
Peace, and It was pronounced by. all el
who heard it, a most magnificent ser- C
mo. However, we believed hhd he diis
cuesd some one of the living issues ti
which our government is at this time t(
struggling with to solve, we believe he a
would have pleased more of his hearers, h
than he did, as they can hear a good ser- TI
mon at their respective churches almost a
any Sunday, espeeially, when there is in a
prospect for the preacber a good chick- ir
The lecture cannot be excelled from 1d
the standpoint of delivery and excellent a
thought. it is by far one of the greatest p
of religious deliverances. and one whichb V
teaches great lessons - it is great, and t<
the man who delivers it must be endow- d
ed with a great mind, and a great heart. s;
After the speech many went upon the r
stage to shake his hand, andl for eaich Ih
and every one he had some nice expres
sion to malke. being pressed for time, as "
soon as he could get out of the building t
he returned to Sumter where he caught s
a train for Orangeburg. We understand II!
that the young men who financed the -d
proposition made no money.s
The Clemson Agricultural College.
Enrollment over O00-Value of prop- 0
ert over a million and a quarter- I.
Ninety teachers and omeiers.I
Seven full four years courses, in Ag
ricu~ure, Engineering, 'etc. IC
Cost per session of nine months, in
cluding all fees, board, heat, ligh t, laun
dry, and necessary uni forms-8121 87.
Students who are financially able pay
$40.00 tuition additional.
Scholarship and entrance examina
tions.-The college maintains 124 Agri- r
cultural Scholarships, and 43 Textile h
Scholarships, wvorthl each 8100.Oo and
(Students who have attended Clemrson
Icollege or any other College or l'iver'
sity, are not eligible for the scholar- -
ships unless there are no othe:- eligible
Scholarshin and entranceexamina- t
tions will beheid at the Co'unt~.Seats, 'I
July 4th, 9 a. m. Next session opens il
September 13, 191l1.
Write at once to W. 'l. Riggs. Pr-esi- Id
dent, Clemson College. S. C.. for eata- r
logue, scholarship blanks, etc. If you b
IMr deavou may be crowded out. d
n Wcednesdav hist. a full hour befrI
lie app)ite10d time for the cereioGy
he Presbyterian church of this piac
>eo.an to fil with friends and relative
nho would witness the narriaep of Mis
oarah Lenora Nelson to MIr. Alfred Juod
on Plowden. Willing hands had trans
aried t be church into a i tting brida
ower, beautiful in its dress of ever
'reens, ferns and cut flowers. Garland
f green. intermixed with pink rose
all gracefully over the pulpit and en
losed the choir; while bunches of ever
-reen and white topped the posts whicl
Drmed an avenue along which the brid
,1 party would pass. Just over the cen
er of the platform hung a lovely bel
aade of white and entwined in ferns
nimediately before tne arrival of thi
cidal party Miiss May Purdy of Sumter
ang in a sweet and impressive mannel
-Schubert's Serenade" and "Calm a
he Night." At the appointed hour
liss Fannie Chandler of Mavesville, be
an the wedding march. aceomoaniet
v Dr. C. E. Morris on the violin, ant
Ie bridal party eimered as follows
sners. lessrs. Pat Nelson. Julian
carboiouah, Douglass Plowden o:
iannint. and .Jim Weeks of Pinewood
liss Mar*v Nelson with Mr. W. D. Mc
yarv. i Mattie Mayes of Mayesville
ith' Mr. Hall Nelson. Mis Martye
,ovle of Sumter with Mr. Ailston James
iss Annie Purdy of Sumter with Mr
oskrev Plowden of Sumter, MIss Grae<
riggs with Mr. Lute Plowden o
eorgetown, Miss Cora Cantey with Mr
eth Mason, M iss Mary Nash of Snmter
ith Mr. F. P. Burgess of Manning
liss Louise Brockinton of Mann ne with
Ir. Percy Harvin of Sumter. Miss Belle
lowden with Mr. Manning liieken
aker of Orangeburg. Next came i he
aid of honor. Miss Mary Weeks of
inewood, dressed in vink chiffon over
k. carrying a lighted taper mounted
3 d :tv eandle sticks bedecked in
ink. The maids wore lingerie dresses
3d carried lighted candles. Preceding
ie bride, little Carolyn Richbourg and
[aster Charlton DuRant carried pink
iskets of flowers, followeil by the ring
arer. little Miss Weeks. Then cane
ie bride on the arm of the Dame of
:onor. Mrs. Robert. A. Chandler, Jr.,
, MKayesville. Tbe bride wore white
[esline satin with pearl trimmin-s,
er veil was lightly caught with orange
ossoms, and she carried a lovely bou
et of Bride's Roses. She was met at
e altar by the groom and his best man,
r. Covert Plowdent. The Rev. James
cDowell of McClellanviile. read the
pressive marriage ceremony: after
hich at the home of the bride's moth
, Mrs. C. H. Nelson. a delightful re
ption was tendered the happy couple.
the midst of this hour of enjoyment
scerned by no one save Mrs. .Nelson.
r. and Mrs. Plowden slipped away in
> automobile to Sumter, from where
ev will go to other points not yet dis
osed. Much interest centered around
e cutting of the wedding cake, and
e throwing of the bride's bcuquet.
iss Grace Briggs cut the ring, Mr.
ute Plowden tl.e dime, and Mr. W. D
cClary the button. The bride's bou
iet was caught by Miss Briggs.
Mr. and Mrs. Plowden are two of
ammertotr's most popular young peo
e. and their wide circle of friends here
ish them much happness in their jour
y through life.
Qn Tuesday morning, at 11 o'clock,
iss Grace driggs tendered a "miscel
neous shower" to Miss Nelson, which
recognized as a prominent feature of
e wedding festivities. Having about
vety-four of Miss Nelson's friends, in
udinug the bride's maids, Miss Bri2gs
ary apDropriately a'nd happily brought
it the ibsignifican'ce of the gathering,
presenting the bride-to-be with good
ises, advice and warning. During the
>rse luncheon toasts of fitting nature
ere made to MIss Nelson. Suspended
rer the table was a white parasol which
>ntained the gifts, and after the table
td been cleared a vine was broken
hih held the parasol and the parcels
front of Miiss Nelson.
On the same day Mr. Plowden~gave a
lightful stag dinner to his grooms
en and a few intimate friends, at Iris
me a few miles from town.
The crops in this section are looking
'y good at present and if good seysons
ntinue the prospects are very cod
r a full crop.
The railroad is now making a much
teded improvement by putting in more
ce track, on account of so many trains
aking this their meeting place the old
acir was entirely too short.
Miss Lily Gregg of Sumter, is visiting
Mr. Willie Richbourg of Georgia, is
e on a visit to friends.
Mr. R. M. Brailsford is in North Car
ia for a two weeks stay.
Miss Alice Owens of Sumter. is visit
g Miss Julia Brailsford.
Messrs. R. S. Descham ps and brother
ruce, left last week for Glenn Springs.
Miss Lala Beatson is vIsiting Mrs. 0.
Mr. Ransom Richardson spent Mcn
Ly in Charleston on business.
-rs. Belser of Summerton spent one
. last week here on a visit to Mrs. F.
Mrs. R. H. Wilson is visiting relatives
Miss Belle Brinkley has returned to
rr home in Sumter.
Mrs. C. C. Chapman of Darlington is
siting her sister Miss Abbie Ragin.
The following invitations have been
sued and will be of interest to many:
Mr. and Mrs. Rfchard Augustine Law
nce, requests the honor~ of your pres
ice at the marriage of their daughter.
illian Ainsley, to Mr. Albert Venton
ridges. Wednesday evening. Juhe the
~enty eighth. nineteen hundred and
even. M. E. Church. Pine wood, South
A delightful event of recent date was
Le' linen shower given Wednesday af
roon by Mrs. P. B. Lawrence at her
tractive home on Hampton avenue in
>nor of Miss Lillian A insl ey Lawr'ence.
he ladies were requested each to write
recipe for the bride elect, and much
er'iment was occasioned by the writ
anti rearding of these Mlisses Hod ge.
ai'v Weeks and Bessie Geddings were
.elared to be the winner in the contest
3d upon being drawn for, tire prize. :m
iir' of silk hose was awarded s .\li'ry
~ees At the c'oncitusioni of the con
'st Mis Lawrence was showered imiost
slightfully with pac:kage's of various
zes which upon being opened revealed
any useful and handsome articles of
Mrs. David Lide then tunhered the
tss into the dining room where a
bie, dainty in its appointments of
iver, hand embi'oidered linen and
wers delighted the eye Het'e a1
elicious salad course with ice tea wa'
rved. The following ladies were
Tuong those p)resent: Misses\ Mary and
acel Weeks. Bessie Geddin'~'. Bessie
esChamps, Ida Gritlin, Lillie Gt'en
Sumter Margaret Epperson, Lizzie
lodge. Mesdamnes David Lide. Cuil'ord
ob Frank Harvin, Walter Epper son,
Iwel, Henry Mims, Henry Sac.
llin Hlarvin and others.
T. P. A.
We have opened up a fitst class imeat
arke, at Sar'dinia. and will alway;s
are a ull supply of fresh meats. We
iii also carry ice at all times.
Give Us Your Patronage.
Sar~diia Palace Meat Market.
A Terrible Blunder
>neglect liver trouble. Never do it.
ake Dr. King's New Life Pills on the
rst, sign of consti pation. billiousness Or
iactve bowels and pi'event virulent in
igestion, jaundice or~ gall stones. They
gulate liver, stomach and bowels and
uild u your health. Only 25c at all
A Coming Marriage.
Of special interest to her many frien
throughout thrs state is the approachir
marrie oaef Miss Cora Lee Whitt
voungestL ti uxx hter of Mr.). W Whi
i Le., Saluda, S. C., to Mr. Georze
Cumolander of Chapin. S. C., to tak
pl.ce June 25 at Lhe home of the bride
sister. .rs. A. P. Hill, Nlanninz. S. (
i No cards have been issued and the wet
dinz will be a quiet one, the ceremon
will be performed by Rev. M. .). Kyzei
pastor of the Baptist church, PaxviilI
S. C. The marriage will be witnesse
by only the families of the bride an
The bride is a young woman of beai
tiful character and pleasina personaliti
She is endowered with high mental a
tainments and splendid accomplisi
ments. is a first honor graduate of th
South Carolina Cc-Educational Inst.
tute and bas taught. school successfull
' for the past five years. She was recen
lyelected principal of a flourishing grac
ed school Florence count.y with fou
assistats. Miss Cora is talented Ia mi
sic as w.ell as in the art of literaturE
Mr. Cuaolantier. the groom. is a suc
cessful.business man of Chapin. S. C.
delighltful reception will be g-iven an
they wil then leave for their futur
home, Chpi, S. C. W.
International Convention, United Societ
Christian Endeavor, Atlantic City, July
6, 7, 8. 9, 10, 11 and 12, 1911.
On account of the above occasion th
I Atlantic Coast Line will sell round tri;
tickets on July 3. 4, and 5, from Mar
ning to Atlantic City at very low rate
with return limit. JTu!v 19. but ticket
may be extended to Augvst 15th by de
Dosit with joint agent or payment 0
For further particulars, schedules
Ireservatious, etc., apply to H. D. Clarl
Ticket Agent, Manning, S. C., or ad
dress T. C. White, General Passengei
Agent. W. J. Craig, Passenger Trami
Manager. Wilmington. N. C.
For fants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
5 or 6 doses "666" vill cure any cas<
of Chills and Fever. Price, 25c.
5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any casi
of Chills and Fever. Price, 25c.
Lost-Between Manning and Sum
merton a Southern Railway Mileag
Book, containing about 600 miles wit]
the undersigned name on inside cover
Rewartif returned to, Jas. H. Craig
Bir.ekstock. S. C.
Single Comb White Leghorns.
Listen!-If you want your wire, soi
or daughter to take more interest ii
the poultry and succeed, start wit1
pure blood. I have for sale 100 Pullet
and 10 Cockerels. Ten Pul-ets on
Cockerel S10. One Johnson Incubato
with 110 eggs 811.75. No stock fo
sale after July 15.
A. C. DAv'is, Davis Station.
COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON.
.1e7th Yeu Begins septemnter 29t1
Entrance examination at all coun
ty seats on Friday, July 7th, at 9 a. m
The College is endowed. enabling
to iaiptain the highest :standards
It offers complete 4-year courses i
Ancient and Modern Languages
Math ematics. History. Economics
Science, ane Fgineering.
Courses for B. A. S. and B. S. de
gree with Etngineering.
A free tuition scholarship to eael
County of South Carolina. Vacai
Boyce scholarships, giving $100 a
year and free tuition, open to corn
petitive examinations in September
Expenses reasonatnble. Ternms anc
catalouges on application. Write tc
!-farrison Randolph, Pres.,
Charleston, S. C
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Clarendon.
IBy James M. Windham, Esq., Pro
WVHEREAS, Shiem Edwards made
suit to me, to grant himi Letters ol
Administration of the Estate anc
elfects of Marion Edwards.
TTHESE ARE THE~REFOR~E, to cite
and admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of the said Mar
Martin. deceased, that they be anc
appear before me, in the Court of Pro
bate. to be held at Manning on the
0:h day of July next, after publi
cation hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon, to show cause, if any they have
why the said administration should not
Given under my hand, this 17th day
of June. A. D. 1011.
[SEAL.] JAMES M. WINDHAM.
Judge of Probate.
Notice is hereby given to the qual
ified electors residing in McFaddir
Ischool district No. 24 that an eieetior
will be held at school house on Satur.
Iday, JTune 24th, 1911 for the purposi
1of voting an additional levy of thre4
(:3) mills annually for school purposes
in said distriet, polls open from 8 A
-m., to 4 p. mn. By order of Trustees
May 31, 1911. J .HM
WV. L. MCFADDItN,
G. T. WontsIAM.
Mi:Idle Age And Elderly People,
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permnntt resuhzs in ali cases of kidne
anid blder troubies andl for pain f
and aunuyinl.: i rreatularnitiesx. WV. l
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Only Licensed Phiarmia
W. E. Brown & Co.
J. 11. HAWKINS, Mar
Foley Kid ney Pills contain just the in
gredients necessary to regulate an<
strengthen the action of the kidneys ant
'bladder. Try them yourself. W. E
Brown & Co.
'iDon't Get Discouraged.
Lj With the gardens -burnt and the weather hot
I as pepper there's still a chance for you to get up
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Apples, sun dried, per lb........ 15c. Okra and Tomatoes, large can 15c.
t Apples, finest evaporated, lb.. . 22. Okra, plain, in 2-lb. can.2...e..15c.
1 Peaches. large cans, line for pies 16c. Pork & Beans. VauCamp's, 18c. & 25c.
a Asparagus ip, p can ...... .. 30L. aked Beans, Heinz's Vegetarian . 8c.
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