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FR E s
SET OF WARE
With every Majestic Range sold
during this Cooking Exhibition, we will
give absolutely FREE one handsome
set of ware as shown. This ware is
worth $7.50 if it is worth a cent. It is
the best that can be bought. We don't
add $7.50 to the price of the range and
tell you you are getting the ware free,
but sell all Majestic Ranges at the reg
ular price.. You get the ware free. Re
member this is for exhibition work only.
Ware will not be given after this week.
This ware is on exhibition at our store,
and must be seen to be appreciated.
Come in any day during the week.
Make our store your headquarters.
Have coffee and biscuits with us.
Come if you intend to buy or
not; the information gained will serve
youin the future.
GOLD FoUND NEAR AIKEN? hie was worthi. Bu
most intimate with
Treasure Buried 30 Years Ago by be must have saved
Miser Unearthed-Interesting and dollars. and hie
story r'm Gra.niteville. to spend any -mo
that* he could pos;
A special to the News and Courier wearing seaaity ek
from Graniteville says: all his own food.
A story full of interest regarding j The finding of th:
the finding of a buried treasure, I to memory somethi
comes from Graniteville, an~d seems Ith1is eeeentrie 0old c)
to corroborate stories that have bden some ineidents whi
told in that section of Aiken county that his money had
for generations. On a jAiace now Delaware Powell. a
owned by Mr. James L. Quinby, a of aBt,i a epil
prominent merchant of Graniteville, and remembers wel
there was found recently a shallow Iuncle. Mr. Powell
hole in the ground, traees of placts his uncle, and whe:
where some experimenting was evi- house he found that
dently done with some kind of a min- away. Mr. Delawa
eral rod, and an old rusty pot lying then only a hoy. ti
out on the ground. ,This is quite some 70 vears old.
evidently the remains oi a fortune on in the house, as
buried several generations ago .by oldknwgho toe
Dave -PoweN, who onee occupied the rmaigaon
place, and who lived the life of hoe,adein
hermit and was a miser. He lived aanttewl.t
all alone in a shack, made his bedthe.Prunhi
of straw an-1 corn shucks. He raisedunatthroet
cattle and was known to have money.einintead
It is supposed that someone has dis-stiizsmhngi
covered the hiding place and removeditItpoetob
he teasue. lrkmdating aound
couldhe fun.not een mney ouse,ii ad ig h
~av hs buial xpenss. Snce hen inst the wall,n itl
andalltheadentrou bos o fnd ith eer Pusung hi
but od Dav's moey reainedrest- thit d ute rodet
~~~~~~~~~ingcflytruhaltercn in tht sand s
mony srinenc inthecolcofins tein smoehse.
ofthe tearth frm hchitcme eduiui ait last i
whed Da Powell wadied of cethal bfull' isilera
bansud efusd. ot i mone tof niretly placd ear b
end doasbia expee. Sitc wasen ucle of edarth Pl'it
kntwnat be thes cuim o keep it manmoel. oncen
ind al pth advtourou by it.fi t1II wsn
Nwthe mne 'it iby old( Dave1('' tuch1 )l'Vd:e
im hirvva been~ spent in the attempt *I \~\ !IW
inr ecully houha tokwheanttianhed11)1
O F TH
JESTIC MALLEABLE AND CHARCO
- A OUR STfORE_______
3eginning Monday, FeL
'- Nickel Plafea.
G rd F Al Co! er Coffee Pot
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Lava ?Pot & Cover j 0.=..:
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Paven6 Nevrerburn Wired. Dripp aL5 panis.
t those who were He did not succeed in locating all said the lawyer, with a patronizing
him estimate, that of t.iem and this irritated the dying smile. 'Admitting thia nhe egg wa
up several thous- man, a:ul he went again in search laid on the neigmhbhor's ground, the.I
was never known of the missinmg swine and( kine. It neighfbor nevertheless has no claim
tey for anything was while up;on this errandl that old to it unless he can prove that the
aibly do without, Dave became much worse. and he or- owner of the 'bird took no steps to
pYst-haste. When Mg.. Powell ar- eede:1t ease'
s pot brings back'. rived the old man was speechless and " 'Excuse me,' said the otirer
ag of the life of could utte- nothing more than gut- man. 'that this.ease has no precedent.'
iaracter, and also tural sOLinds, thmough lhe was yet con-' "'Well,' said the lawyer, 'you
hsemtprv seos Hemd may gsiuaknwmore law than I, do you? I re
been found. Mr. tions andi tried hard to speak, but member distinctly a precedent -ease
a honored citizen Mr. Po.'veIl now believes that he was whe:e '-A
ew of the miser maingb an attemipt t.o tell him where "''No. you don't. 'said the other. O l
I -th life of his h1is money was. Like all cther sin- "' 'What do you mean'?' exclaim- a gO(
once went to see ilar characters he would never di- ied the lawyer ang'rily.
1 he reached the ! vulge the hidinz place of the pre- "''I mean,' was the tirm reply, have
the old man was c ious coin until the last moment. and ''that you never heard before'-of a .
re Powell was then it was too late to tell it. It was peacock laying an egg.' ''-Wash- n llC(
ione'h hre is now perhaps thirty years bjefor'e his ington Star.te
-He wvent right .death that Mr. Powell saw the pot,
was huis custom, and during that time it coul-d have Love and Wedlock. i n N~
ter. He got to been doubled many .times ove:-. A man of middle age and a youth
in the smoke jof romantic aippearance sat alone in ti
>me fresh dirt A La.wyer Caught. a smoking compartment of a nearly
ought rats were Pierre Cartier, a Pa.risian jeweler empty evening train. .In the soli- U P5
boyish desire to) of the beautiful an:l gay Rue de la tude the youth took a photograph n
lie began orov- Paix, said the other nig'ht in this from his pocket, looked at it and then
ith a stiek. and city that American wom?fn wore .jewv- said to his complanionl feverishly:A s
ard he unearthed als with b)etter taste than any other "W\\ere you ever, sir, in love'?''
anodpt ewomen i:1 the world. The man of middle age started. He I be dc
aw that it was ''Can they bhe deceived in jenvals?'' laughed.
and gold. He a~ girl reporter asked. "Will couniter- ''Was I ever in 'love'?'' he repeated i WV(
ack. but told his feit gems delude American wvomen?'' a.s he religrhted his pipe. "'Was I ever O
Thre pot was " 'My dear younA' lady'.'' said M. in love? Well,. I don't know if''- T
its whereabouts C'artier. ''an expert. given the right ''You don't know?'' eried tir?
after tht But conditions, can be deluded. Who, in- youth.
leseribed to Mr. le A. eanniot he deluded.--deluded in "'Well, if vou ever had heen in
r ag~o he stated the~ matter of jewels, of furs, of any- love you'd know it. Why. when you-, E
same pot which Ithing.r? 're in love your 'ife is a sweet dream, ITh u -
tyv ear's ago in ''Here is a case in point-the de-- you have no taste for food, you think Th P
luding of a very sharp, smart, quick of nothing but the beauty of"
.lesadjs lawvyer. "Were yon ever married?'' snap- sponse to an
therip od a'e "'"Mr. Barr,' a gentleman said to pod the midda1e aged man. Irow of tener
avPoel ethis lawyer at a dinner, 'I would "No, but"__ once jumped
rtv t Mi I lke your opinion on a knotty point |"Wel'l. if you ever had b'een you'd Ideavored to I
rty he Mre.~dl of law. An unele of mine has a Iknow it. Whiy, when vonu're married had ineffect
peacock, and last fall it got into a your. life is''_- th ree or four
dtiC(11filineighbor 's 'xarden anid laid an e e But the youth, with a seowVl. edged seihed'c ani t
~ lo ~2 out 'e. TIl e :A'2hibl)o (l ri:c -I i ho (&*r > 'I' P le f 1' cnrl o ie (ll e 1inge' ;ln d : led holId ol il
haha oe . . is the la w on the qulestionl ? Invited Up to Converse. hadl r'ecd
herds of hogs.) " ''It is an easy quest.ion to settle.' JWhven the first fire company in re- Ithis buildin;
AL IRON RANGE
Facts About the Great Majestic Range
It is the only range in the world
made of Malleable and Charcoal Iron.
It has beyond any question of a
doubt, the largest and best reservoir.
It uses about half the fuel used on
other ranges and does better work by far.
The Majestic All Copper Nickeled
Reservoir heats the water quicker and
hotter than any other. It is the only
reservoir with a removable frame.
The Charcoal Iron Body of the
Great Majestic Range lasts three times
as long as a steel body. Being made
of non-breakable material, there is prac
tically no expense for repairing the
As for baking it is perfection, not
only for a few months, but for all times
4 Great Majestic Range lasts three
times as long as a cheap range, but it
don't cost three times as much.
PROOF-We don't ask you to take our word for any
of the above statements, but if you will call at our store,
a man from the factory, where MajesticRanges are made
will prove to your satisfaction that these are absolute
facts, and will show you many more reasons why the
Great Majestic Range is absolutely the best that money
RYBODY -WELCOME I
ilor- ado SuiIs,
tis time for you to get yout
)d tailor-made'suit now for I
the largest and most mnag-.
mnt line of Woolen and Wors
suitings that have ever been.
3wberry, and the prices on;
uits will be from $14.00 and.
nd I will guarantee good fit,
o cleaning and repairing winl
)uld be glad for you to call.
e at your EARLIEST GONYENIENCE..
to-date Merchant Tailor of Newberry.
alarm reached the long1I woman motioned for him to come up.
ients the fire captian at Accordingly, the .captian, with his.
from his engine and en- men lugging their heavy hose b.ehind
oeate the fire. When ha them, -laboriously ascended the eight
ually hunted through flights and :burst into the room
structures for it hie de- where the old woman was. "Where's
Id woman sticking heri the ire?'' demanded tlhe captain,
wimdow of the top)most when no fire or smoke became visi
(.itdtior. tenmeit. a b!e. "Oh. th1ere ain't none Irere, '' re
fli ! ?tret. Any Hied the 4)ld woman flashing an
'' hel eld. when h . ear-- iumpet. "I asked y-ou up
U:he )a"rement- beneathi 'eause I couldn 't hear a word vou