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DOINGS OF SOCIETY
SEVERAL ENJOYABLE AFFAIRS
fUST over. - -
Mr. and Mrs. Webster Entertain at
Their Ho ne?Parties by Mrs. Can
non and Hisses Salley and Cart.
Wednesd .y evening Mts W. F.
Cannon entertained in honor of
Misses Rutl. Bolivar and Vera Ran
dall. Forty -two was the game of the
evening. Delicious refreshments
Tvere served. At a late hour the guests
?departed. Those present: Misses
Simsie McM ichael, Athleen King, An
? gie McLees. Bessie Thompson, Syhill
Itlar, Marin Adden, Marie Richard
son of Bar lwell Warner Hare, Sue
Walker, Rith ?Oliver, and lera
Randlee. Messrs. Willie Crum
Boliver, and Vera Randall. Messrs.
Theo Wolf i, Harold Zei?ler, Simon
-Rich, Ruse all Wolfe, Izlar Sims,
Theodore J rffords, Jr., Adam Cherry
and Normal 'Boliver.
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. Wednesday evening Miss Gladys
Cart entert dned in honor of her vis
itors. A la *ge number of her friends
were presert and thoroughly enjoyed
the party. Refreshments were serv
? ? ?
Miss Alna Salley entertained a
number of her friends Thursday af
ternoon at i. card party. Set back was
played. A very enjoyable time was
had by all present. Those playing
were: Miss? s Jennie and Fannie Mc
Lauchlin, l:ibena Tillinghast, Geor
gia Perrycl jar, Hattie Brunson, Ena
Brailsford, ?et Brunson, Sonita Bren
nen, Esther Sims, Lyna Adden, Merle
Smoak, Etl el Hoffman, Clare Low
man, Lucilt Howell, and Ruth Gil
lam. The prize was won by Miss
Iiuclle How ?II and the guest prize by
Miss Jenn:? McLauchlin.
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What was undoubtedly the most
elegant and enjoyable of parties that
has been g.ven to the younger set
lor some tnie was that enjoyed
Thursday e^ aning at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. A. D. Webster, who were
entertainli.f in honor of their nieces,
Misses Reid and Watkins. Although
rain fell during the entire afternoon
and evening about forty iguests were
present and the fact that it was rain
ing did net hamper the hostesses
their effort; to entertain.
The lawi was beautifully lighted
by electric lights, and presented a
beautiful ippearance. Inside the
?clor sehet le was red and green.
Roses, chiy 3antheums, holly leaves,
etc., being arranged very tastefully.
Piffo, a nev game, was the attrac
'tion. A delightful salad cojurse,
iollowed by Ice cream and cake was
served the guests. It was nearlng
one when ike guests began to depart,
and the ur.i /ersal expression was one
of appreciat ion to the host and host
ess for the enjoyable evening spent.
The following were the invited
guests: Ml see Emily Glaze, Hattie
Brunson, Clare Lowman, Lucile
Howell, Anaie Inabinet, Fannie M:c
Lauchlin, I'sther Sims, Ena Brails
ford, Nell B .'cLees, Alma Salley, Li\r
line Crum, Robena Tillingha3t, Pet
Brunson, Minnie Jenkins, Geor
gia Perrycl jar, Lya Adden, Jen
nie McLaughlin, Katherine osey,
Lois Dkes, Sonita Brennen of Co
lumbia, Kirgery Halleman, Merle
Smoak, Em na Rejd and Isabel Wat
kins of Cclumbia, Ethel Hoofman.
Messrs. Coie Gibson, Sam Brunson,
Willie Maphant, Hugh Sease, Wil
lie Bates, Clarence Stroman, John
Cart, Warn n Scoville, Robert Smith,
Edward Wannamaker, Lenaire
Wolfe, Elliot Glover, William Smith,
Robbie Re< ves, Newton Brunson,
Henry Sim:, Hugo Sims, Ernest
Glover, Pel er Kortjohn, Hubert Jo
sey, Dibble Moss, John Wannamaker,
Chester Re.'ves, Willie Zeigler, ? Ber
nado Seign ous, Frank Bates, Julian
Melchers, . ulian Wolfe, Jim Byers
and Harold McLauchlin.
The fir3 prize a pretty parasol
was won bj (Miss Reid who graceful
ly presentel it to Miss Ethel Hoff
man, who made the next highest
score. Tie gentleman's prize,
a handsom ; case of handkerchiefs
was won 1.?y Mr. Ernest Glover.
The toooby prize was awarded to
Mr. Huben Josey. Misses Watkins
awarded to Mr. Hubert Josey. Misses
and Reid, the honor guests, were
presented ^ ith red silk scarfs.
Wh ;n to Shoot Quail.
Inquiries indicate that there are a
number of lersons in this state inter
ested in i owing when the season
opens for luail shooting. In all
counties in, South Carolina, except
Berkeley, the season opens November
15, and closes March 15. Bulletin
No. 470, issued by the Audubon so
ciety gives full details on this sub
ject, and a?.y questions may be refer
red to Jan.es Henry Rice, secretary
of the Aut ubon, Society, Summer
ville, S. C.
r Grand -e
. Complimentary Ball
--t Given by ~~
Si ly and and Frith
[ at thei ? mammoth ne wstore
(10,6 ?0 feet floor space)
Oransebur,;, S. C. Friday, Sept. Sth.
k Dancinj Free?9 to 1 o'clock
The Orangeburg Military Band.
(0. K. Wilson.)
Cai ght in Crap Game.
A dispat :h from St. Matthews says
as a result of a "crap" game near
Singleton Sunday night in which Cal
houn Rees- shot Silas Heatly, Sheriff
Dantzler I as rounded up approxi
mately ha. f a dozen of the partici
pants and s expecting to arrest oth
ers. It w.is because Reese was de-,
nied admittance to the game that he
shot HeatJy. i
Marriages, Deaths an? Other News
From That Place.
. On Thursday afternoon Aug. 24,
the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Ken
nerly near Neeces, was a scene of
loveliness having been decorated for
the marriage of their beautiful and
accomplished daughter Annie Bing
ham, to Mr. Gary Corbett, the decora
tions were of ferns and many other
beautiful flowers, which had been so
arranged by deft fingers that they
made the parlor a marvel of beauty.
At four-thirty o'clock the bridal
party entered iMiss Annie Mae Lide
and D. Felder Salley preceeded the
bride and bridegroom to the parlor,
while Miss Marie Hooker played the
Then came the bride, a vision of
loveliness in a beautiful blue silk
dress with a net over it leaning on
ithe arm of the bridegroom. They were
met by the Rev. Tom Posey of Wag
ner, who with the beautiful and im
pressive ceremony pronounced them
man and wife.
After the ceremony the guests
were invited into the dining room,
where ice cream, cake and lemonade
was served. The bride was the recip
ient of many handsome and useful
presents, consisting of china and sil
Quite a number of friends and rel
atives of the contracting parties were
present. After wishing the young
couple many years of unalloyed hap
piness they departed to their respec
tive homes. The bridal pair left
next day for their future home in
We are sorry to note the little two
month old twins of Mr. and 'Mrs. H.
P. Tindall fell asleep in the arms of
Jesus, after a short illness. They
were laid -to -rest in the same casket
at Hopewell cemetery on Tuesday af-(
Misses Marie Hooker of North, and
Annie Mae Lide of Sumter has re
turned to their homes after spending
sometime with their friends, Misses
Essie and Lurline Kennedy and
Misses Fannie and Ida Lou Fogle.
A party was given at Mrs. L. S.
Fogies on Saturday night last in
honor of Misses (Marie Hooker and
Annie Mae Lide. Many games were
played which were enjoyed by all
COTTON SEED IN OALHOUN.
Farmers Disgusted Over Conditions
in That Market.
The St. Matthews correspondent of
The News and Courier says: "The
rain storms have seriously damaged
the open cotton, which had begun to
be picked in dead ernest. It is esti
mated that over a thousand hales are
now in the territory feeding this
market and 425 have been sold.
"The farmers are plainly disgusted
over the low price of cotton seed, 21
cents, but few are selling unless un
der the thumb screws of some over
lord. The cotton seed traffic has
gotten to be a driving business in
thiB section. It is rare to find even
a good and successful farmer who
does not trade his seed for meal, as
they argue that the comparative val
ue is largely in favor of the meal.
But there is no doubt albout the fact
that the seed problem among the ne
igro tenants, of whom there are many
in this country has gotten to be a
serious mater. Stacks of the seed
among these tenants are practically
?bought long before the season opens
and they have got to sell at any price
?previously fixed. They sell every
seed as fast as they get their hands
on it, and when planting time comes
around it is a frequent occurrence to
find them without a seed in the
world to plant their crop. Everybody
recognizes this state of affairs as a
great nuisance and detrimental to
the agricultural interests of the
county, but there is no remedy in
sight and it will proba?ly go on from
ibad to worse." i
Pine Hill Locals.
A very successful revival meeting
was in progress at the Double Branch
Church the past week. In the meet
ing Rev. Smith was assisted by Rev.
W R. Smith of Ridge Springs.
Mr. George S. Kirkland, who now
resides in Georgia, returned home
last Saturday, after a pleasanLyisit to
his family and other friends.
Miss Hennie Livingston has re
turned home after a visit to Miss
Pearle Boyleston and relatives
Miss Annie May Boyleston who
has been visiting in this section has
gone back to her home.
Mr. E. R Boitin, of Cope spent
Wednesday at the home of Mr. B. .1.
Messrs. Rozelle Kirkland and Dr.
G. W. Parnell of Columbia return
ed home Sunday after a very pleas
ant visit to relatives and many
Misses Bessie and Ella Boitin of
Cope, and Miss Eula Lee and Lillie
May Martin of Blackville spent Tues
day with their cousins Misses Lucia
and Lizzie Binnieker.
Mr. D. H Marchant, Jr., and Mi9s
Oressie Collier of Orangeburg visit
ed friends out here last week
Mr. Fred Boyleston is at present
very ill at his home. He had been
attending college at Columbia.
Miss Ruby Brodie of Springfield,
has been visiting Miss Corine Fan
Our Wagon Factory.
Wa have had our little wagon
factory running six days in the week
during this summer. Consequence,
we have stored away a good many
of the "Edlsto" wagons, made at
home. Principle wood bought from
local farmers. We try to keep on
hand standard sizes. Any special size
will be moxie to order on short no
tice. Remember, the full line of
vehicles we have on hand, such as
the Parker, Golsboro, Virginia, Her
cules, etc. Price ours before buying.
Von Oshen and Smoak.
NEWS FROM CAMERON.
The News ot That Community During
the Week Past.
Cameron, Aug. 28, 1911, Spec
ial?A party, consisting of Mrs. Will
Taylor, Mrs. M. B. Taylor, Mrs. H.
B. Bair, Mrs. CD. Bull, and Misses
Mamie Taylor, Corrine and Ruth
riaigler and Annie Rast, have re
turned after a very pleasant visit to
Washington, Baltimore an other
'Mrs. W. E. Tilley will entertain
the Book Club Friday evening. She
is a charming hostess and a very
pleasant time is expected.
Mrs. Harvey L. Taylor has return
ed from the- mountains of ?North Car
Messrs Fred Ulmer and Will Tay
lor have gone on a trip to the City
by the Sea.
Rev. and Mrs. M D. Austin, of
Loudsville, Ky., who have been vis
iting (Mrs. Will Taylor left Monday
for a few weeks stay in N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. White and
family of Charleston are on a visit to
Mrs. E. P. Dunning
Miss Ada Stirwalt, from Mt. Pleas
ant, N. C. is visiting friends in this
Mrs. J. A Parier of Deland, Fla.
who is here visiting relatives has
been quite ill, but is now rapidly im
proving to the delight of her many
Mrs. T. F. Ulmer and children &c-\
companled by Lois Taylor have re
turned after visiting relatives in
Greenville, S. C.
A series of meetings will begin at
the 'Baptist church the first Sunday
dn September, Rev Austin officiating.
Miss Lula White has returned from
visiting relatives in Rowesville.
Miss Ella May Whetstone of St.
Matthews is visiting her sister, Mrs.
Death entered the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Emanuel Rickenbaker, Thurs
day evening and claimed for its vic
tim their grandson, Laurie. Hi? re
mains were interred in the family j
burying ground at Jerico by his pa
rents who proceeded him a few
years ago. Our hearts go out to the
grief stricken ones.
Quite a pleasant entertainment was
given by home talent at the School
auditorium on Friday night. It was
quite a success and enjoyed by all
who Atended. The porceeds go to
the Epworth League.. Dr. Chapin of
New York also made a very interest
ing talk on the funny side of a min
ister's life. "Blue Eyes."
BRAND NEW SCHOOL HOUSE.
St. Matthews Has a Right To Be
Proud of Her School.
The St. Matthews correspondent of
The News and Courier says: "The
St. Matthews Graded School opens
its next term, September IS, and it
promises to be the best season in its
history. The new school building
will not be completed before about
November 1, and in the meantime the
exercises of the school will be held
as before in the old structure near
'by. Two new teachers have %een
added as an experiment and their
retention after another term will de
pend upon the progress of. the school
and available means to run it.
"With a roll slightly under two
hundred it is doubtful whether there
will be a similar school better sup
plied with a teaching force. All of
the old teachers will return as fol
lows: Tom M. Hamer, of Marlboro,
superintendent; Daniel F. Moorer,
St. George; Misses Joe C. Ketchin,
Winns'boro; Mary Bell Babb, Lau
rens; .Madeline Spigener and Eliza
beth Wannamaer, St. Matthews. The
new teachers are: Missep Lizzie Rod
gers, Bennettsville, and Fannie L.
Blair, of Liberty, S. C.
THEY GET TOGETHER.
Cotton Buyers Will Not Deduct SI
From Light Bales.
At a conference Thursday after
noon between the cotton buyers of
Orangeburg, two committees from the
Chamber of Commerce and a repre
sentative of the Farmers' Union of
the County, the cotton buyers unani
mously decided to refrain in the fu
ture from deducting $1.00 from the
price of light weich (under 400 lbs.)
bales of cotton brought to this mar-"
ket. At the same time the impor
tance to the farmer of packing his
cotton so it will average at least 400
pounds to the bale, or better still
500 pounds, was emphasized in the
discussion which took place at the
This action of the cotton men of
the city can not be too highly com
mended and we trust will result in
making this market one of the best
in the whole State. The price paid
here for cotton the year round aver
ages higher than any other point in
this section of South Carolina and
we hope our farmer friends will take
advantage of this condition and help
Orangeburg county as well as them
selves by marketing their cotton here.
We will welcome them and accord
thern the very best treatment.
Will Open With Ball.
The large brick building of Sifly &
Frith, nearing completion, will be
formally opened on the evening of
Sept. S with a big ball, to which the
public will be invited. This building
is one of the handsomest in the city,
and will have a solid plate glass
front of 96 feet. The Orangeburg
Military band will furnish the music.
The ball will begin at 9 p. m. and
end at 1 a. m.
Dies in Chester.
A dispatch from Chester tells of
the death of Dr. D. M. Cox, a promi
nent physician of that county. Dr.
Cox, who is a veteran of the War of
Secession was a native of this county.
He leaves a wife, son and daughter,
besides Mrs. A. F. Fairey and Dr.
Cox, of this city who are niece and
nephew of the Dr. Cox of Chester.
Baraca and Philathea Entertain
Springfield, S. C. August 30, 1911,
Special?On Friday evening Mr. and
Mrs. R. T. Austin entertained the Ba
racas and Philatheas. At the punch
bowl were Misses Letta Austin and
Marie Collum. Cream was also serv
ed. Welcome address was given by
by R. H. Austin. J. A. Smith spoke
on "Why Should the Baracas love
the Philatheas." A debate was then
made on "Why the Baracas and Phi
latheas meet in the same Room" with
Mr. Curt Corbett for the affirmative,
and W. H. Morgan for the negative.
The negative won.
Those present were: Misses Eida
and Kate Morgan, Junette Brodle,
Verdice Brodle, Onena Brodie, Lil
lian Hutson, Annie Lou Hutson, Era
Fulmer, Lucile Bannister, Effle
Smith, Gwendolyns Able, Marie Col
lum, Blanche Jumper, Mrs. G. B. Har
ley, and Mrs Collum. Messrs Cram
well Corbett, Buck Reed, Clayton
Reed, MIffin Gasset, Charlie Smith,
R. M. Morris, L. H. Martin, Watson
Morgan, Edison Corbett, Curt Cor
bett, Joe Smith, M. C. Watkins, J.
B. Smith, Hiram Williams, Ernest
Phillips, Wilton Gleaton, Martin
Fanning, Frank Fanning, Holly West
and Jerome West.
Miss Beulah Jumper and Miss
Bessie Parter are visiting at Edge
John Clark, H. B. Fulmer, and L.
B. Fulmer have returned from a vis
it to Washington, 'Baltimore and New
Prof. Kohn of Newberry Is in
Mrs. H. A. Jumper has been visit
ing at Denmark.
Morgan Boyleston and Nat Porter
have returned from Asheville.
Miss Marie Gullen is visiting, at
Several young men went out to
the party at Mr. William Fogle's
Saturday night given in honor of
Miss Annie May Lide of Sumter and
Miss Marie Hooker of North. They
had a fine time.
NEWS OF COPE.
Several Interesting Happenings Re
corded by Resident.
Cope, Aug. 311 Special?Since the
gale of Sunday so much rain has fal
len, that 'business is almost at a
standstill. Parties who had any cot
ton picked ? out, are having same
ginned, but it is a hard matter to
keep same dry enough to gin as it al
most rains steadily. If this
spell lasts much longer cotton will be
badly damaged, as sprouting will
soon set in. Cotton came in pretty
lively last week, one firm buying 47
bales in th# last three days, but so
far this week the same firm has
bought eleven bales.
Mr. J. H Cope Is spending some
time in Spartanburg.
Mrs R. C. Carter and children are
off on a visit to Mrs. Carter's par
rents, in St. Stevens.
Mr. W. B. Besinger has severed
his clerkship with Mr. Vernon Brab
ham, and gone to Bamberg, where he
opens up a fancy grocery store of his
own. Mr. Joe McCormlck of Bam
berg, takes Mr. Besinger's place
Mr. Frank Thomas and family of
Belle's Cross Roads, Colleton coun
ty, spent the week end, with his
brothers, N. J. and J. D. and other
Miss Isabelle Kendall Williams of
Gadsen, S C. is spending time most
pleasantly with her friend Miss Ruth
A most pleasant affair was enjoy
ed last Thursday night when Dr. and
Mrs. V. W Brabham entertained
some twenty people in honor of Miss
Jerolyn Bruce and Louise Richer of
3amberg. Card and other games
were indulged in, and delightful sal
ads, punch and ice cream were serv
ed. It was twenty minutes to twelve,
before those present could tear them
selves away and each expressed
themselves as having had a most
charming time. A Friend.
Municipnl Tax Notice.
Office of City Clerk and Treasurer,
Orangebudg, S. C. Aug. 11, 1911.
Jn jtursuance of the provisions of
the following ordinance and other or
dinances of the City of Orangeburg,
relating to the assessment and col
lection of taxes therein, notice is
hereby gjven that the City Treasur
er's office will be open on the 15th
day of September, 1911, and contin
ue open every day until the 15th day
of October 1911, (Sundays excepted)
from 9 o'clock in the forenoon till
2 o'clock in the afternoon for the
receipt of city taxes, without penalty,
for the fiscal year beginning April
1, 191 and ending March 31, 1912.
The total levy fixed by the attached
ordinance is 17 mills on each and
every dollar of the assessed
value of all real and personal
property in the city of Orangeburg,
Interest and sinking
fund R. R. bonds . . 3-1 mills.
Interest and Sinking fund
W. and L. .bonds ... 1 1-2 mills
Interest and Sinking fund
Sewer bonds.2 1-4 mills.
Ordinary expenses .. 12 1-2 mills.
All persons interested will take no
tice and govern themselves accord
ingly. By order of City Council,
L. H. Wann.'imaker,
City Clerk and Treasurer.
Fighting on the River.
MacDonald's gang and MurphVs
gang have a ficht pn the Scotch Riv
er, which leaves the nerves tingling
with the sensation of elemental hu
man nature in the vast Canadian wil
derness. Read "The Man From Glen
garry," by Ralph Connor. Formerly
published at $1.50; now FIF7T
cents at Sims' Book Store.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
PIOTED UP ALL OVER TOWN BI
What Is Happening Here and There.
Local Items of Personal Interest to
20.000 by 1920.
The Orangeburg Military Band
gave one of their pleasing evening
concerts last evfnr.?,*.
The court of General Sessions
convenes on Monday jnorning. The
docket is a heavy one.
The municipal election is growing
warm, and some of the candidates
are working like beavers.
iM'iss Daysie A. Way has returned
to Atlanta, after spending a very
pleasant week with her mother.
The Edisto river rose about four
teen inches in the last couple of days.
The river is still exceedingly low
Major W. L. Glaze, who spent two
weeks or more in the mountains of
North Carolina, has returned home
after having a most delightful.
Mrs. F. W. Edwards, Jr., of Jack
sonville, Fla., formerly Miss Lillian
Way of this city is spending some
with her mother and sister in this
A splendid line of coat suits now
in at Kohn's. This will appeal par
ticularly to going away girls. All
sizes and styles that are new and
Dr. J. H. Wilson, pastor of the
Lutheran church returned Thursday
night to the city from his vacation
trip, and announces that there will
be services at his church Sunday
The regular services at the church
of the Redeemer will be resumed on
Sunday September 2. The Rector hav
ing returned from his vacation.
Morning service at 11 o'clock and
evening service at 3:30 o'clock.
Reports from all parts of the coun
ty are to the effect that the cotton
crop has been badly damaged by
the storm. The stalks have been
broken and much of the open cotton
has been beaten out of the bolls.
An interesting meeting of the East
Orange Local School Improvement
Association was held last Saturday
afternoon. On account of the ab
sence of some of the members the lit
erary part of the programme was
postponed until next meeting.
Rev. J. L. Harley, Superintendent
of the Anti-Saloon League of S. C,
will preach at the Methodist Church
at Elloree Sunday morning. That
night he will address a union meeting
of the various churches In the af
ternoon he will speak at Jerusalem
The Myrtle Beach hotel will re
main open until the fifteenth instant.
This is a delightful resort at which
to spend the end of the hot season.
The hotel is large and roomy and the
rates are moderate for such a hotel.
If you like the sea shore Myrtle
Beach is an ideal place to go.
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 can 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 i
office, determined to devote my best
energies to the advancement of our
city. * Yours truly,.
O. K. Wilson.
I announce myself a candidate for
Alderman for the City of Orange
burg at the election to be held Sept.
12, 1911, Respectfully,
D. H. Marchant.
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for Alderman for the City of
Orangeburg at the election to be held
September 12, 1911
LAWRENCE E. RILEY.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for alderman at the ensuing
T. A. FAIREY.
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for alderman in the coming
election. Julian A. Salley.
I hereby announce myself a cand
idate for re-election as Alderman at
the ensuing Municipal election.
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for alderman at the coming
municipal election to be held Sept.
12. WALLACE W. CR?M.
I hereby announce myself a cand
idate for re-election as Alderman,
at the ensuing Municipal election.
R. F. BRYANT.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for re-election as alderman in
the ensuing election. J. X. Weeks.
I announce myself a candidate for
alderman, and will abide by the re
sults of the election. W. G. SMITH.
FALL SUITS FOR WOMEN.
With a Look of the Tailor About Them
Six new models of Autum suits. Veiy sirrrJe they are de
signed especially for Fall travelling ard for schcol and college yen Eg
women. The "Norfolk" suit is ver) stylish.
In serge and fancy mixtures, all the good shades of brown,,
navy, grey, black, purple etc. Skirts shew the panel effect. Seme
of the coats himmed in braid and velvet.
AH these models are new, natty and neat. These prices
will appeal to you.
SIZES; 14, 16, 18, 32 to 42
$12.50 to $18.75
Don't Deceive Yourself Thinking,
"Lumber is Lumber."
and that you can buy it haphazardly with price the only thought
in view. Much good natur lumber is spoiled in the process of
manufacture or the way it is cared for after manufactured.
The only way you can be sure of good lumber Is
?to see what you are getting before you buy.
We have it here for your Inspection and can save yon
money and give you the best to be had, and when you want it.
Let us figure with you and show you just what, you will
Also handle best line of all other building material, such
as: Lath, Shingles, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Brick, Plaster, etc.
Shipments to all parts of the South.
START THAT HOME NOW.
"THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE HOME."
Let's talk it over at close range and show you how little
it costs for a nice home
Orangeburg Lumber and Supply Company,
ORANGEBURG, S C.
Duke Avenue and Barton Street.
We were away from home
in jelly-making time, but Mama
says she is not going to wonyover
a hot stove any more to make jelly
and jam. She says she can buy it
cheaper than she can make it and
just as good.
P. S.?It would surprise yoo
to see how many different kinds or
jams and jellies and things put up
in glasses and bottles you can get
PURE FOOD STORE
A Reminder That We Are Ready to Serve You.
ZEIGLER & DIBBLE
Special Agents of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New York.
Strongest in the world. ,
Prompt Attention. Quick Adjustment of Losses.
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