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% $8.00 Set of
GRANITE AND
COPPE RWARE
FREE
With Every Majestic Range
Sold
I ONE \1
* WEEK ONLY
SAVE $8.00
As a special inducement during our
' i . . i
demonstration weeK oniv. wun everv
MAJESTIC RANGE sold (prices always
the same), we will give free, one
handsome set of ware as illustrated here.
Every piece of this ware is the best of
its kind. Xot a piece that is not needed
in every kitchen. It cannot possibly be
bought for les> than $S.oo. This ware
is on exhibition at our store. DON'T
FAIL TO SEE IT.
THE GREAT MAJESTIC
Malleable and Charcoal Iron
k ranch: !
You make no mistake in buying the
GREAT MAJESTIC?it's the range
with THE REPUTATION'?ask your
neighbors. Then, too. it's made just
right and of the right kind of material?
M ALU- A BLE AXD CH ARCO AL
IRON?riveted together practically air
tight?lined \v:th pure asbestos?parts
being malleable can't break?has a movable
reservoir and an oven that doesn't
warn?that's whv the MAJESTIC uses
so little fuel, bakes just right every day
in the year ( browns bread just right
all over without burning), heat1- 15 gal
Ions of wa'er while fcreakfast is cooking
? properly handled lasts a lifetime, and
costs practically nothit g fo" repairs.
Don't buy the range you expect to
last a lifetime "unsight unseen": you'll
be sure to be disappointed Come to
our store during demonstration week,
seetheGRKAT M A J KbTlC?h-ve its
many exclusive features explained?find
out why the MAJESTIC is 300 per cent
stronger than other ranges where most
' ranges are weakest.
I Which Shall It Be?
Do you in'ertl to continue laboring. _
burning valuable fuel and destroying
< high-priced food with that old worn-out
cook stove?
Yo j KNOW that old stove ea\s up a
lot of fuel each > ear
You KNO W you have trouble in getting
it to bake jirt right, in fact, spoil
a batch of bread every once in a while?
you know it costs considerable for yearly
repairs.
*vtr?r> onfl t h 1111- firrnrc. M "/-vti '
w UiiVi i ?* \'lHUii
' it pay you to buy a good range?a range
with a reputation?
Don't overlook t
l^ILVYOJ
GOVERNOR NAMES FINE SCHOOL H
EDUCATION BOARD | SPLEND
CteTernor Manning: Selects Seven >eff : Mr. Kditor:
Members. In passing tlirt
Greenville counti'
gfce State. was surprised to
fT>V. r? /%{ +V?^? AT>>V\^ v*.-". V>rvf 1 ~ ^ 1 x 1 x
JLXLC CCilliO VJI V1U rnciliuci S OJd>- m:ijuui JlOll^fS I Hell
ng expired Gov. Manning yesterday so the roads are
Appointed a new State board of edu- dition than ours i
Nation. ' "We passed throug.l
The members of the new board are: try. but instead o
Henry Nelson Snyder of Spartanburg, we wont around
S H. Edmunds, of Sumter; Arthur trouble in crossii
Young of Charleston, S. .1. Derrick of i?- :lgh gear. Gr
Newberry. j\l. J. McGarity of Aiken; E. just splendid, and
A. Montgomery of Rlacksbuiy and W. C ville countie
L. Brooker of Florence. *-rs boarc
Members of the retiring board are: ? > ^transer
D. R. Peurifoy of Walterboro, S. McG.
Simkins of Edgefield. D. \V. Daniel of
Clemson College, A. G. Rembert of
Spartan bur?:. ~\Y. R. Koon of Closer. Onicers
n T. Kinard of Dillon and A. J. Thaek- j The new officer
ton of Orangeburg. I iodge of Elks were
?<*? day 'fldgiit by Dep
THE HERALD AND XE7WS ONE Ruler Ed H. DeCa
?AE FOR OXLY $1.50. I were elected dele
I
i
\
anc
i
/eek of Api
Z MAJE5TIC-RANGE5-ARE-MADEII
ONLEGS1F-DE51RED
MflJE^TKNEVER-BURri COOl/ER-# : I
^TEnrYlE(?^ULLEMaER-flMD-5I7fllhER-ljii !
HEnVY-^TflmPE^-IRUri-mnRBLEIZEDk- ^JSli yij
KETTLE: 15 OZ-ALL COPPER-TEA KETTLE* 91 Mi?
J49Z-ffLL*C0PPER- ^ |IBS&=
COFFEE-PUT- / ^ \\
his date. This is a spi
[OUSES AND convention to 'be held in Spartant
>ID PUBLIC ROADS H. H. Evans, W. S. Langford, J. ,
Brow.i, Xat Gist, T. P. Wicker, J
Henderson and L. W. Mills. Past
>ugh I^aurens ana alted Rulers F. R. Hunter, E. H.
es last Saturday, I an(j Eugene S. Blease are also n
see the splendid [jers of the State convention,
dot the county. Al- Exalted Ruler Fred H. Dominick
in uiuvii ut'uer con- president. The meeting was hel
n Xewberr\ county. tj,e 0f[jce 0f pre(i pj Dominic-k w
i quite a hillv conn-1 ^as been used as temporary uuai
f climbing the hills j ,hc meetings ()f the ]o(ige for s
tliem and had no i
time.
ig the steepest liill
eenvilie's roads are ^
[ in Laurens and i \Y;its<m-I>ii<kworfTi.
s every cross road ; \ ueautiiul home wedding was
is. Tliis Is a great [ emnized Wednesday afternoon, A
s passing through ;ij sjx thirty o'clock at the r
I ueiice of Mr. A. (\ Watson, on <
W. C. P. | Si reef, when Miss Fay Watson.
? j beioved ami esteemed returned i
Installed. j sionary. became The charmi z; bi
s of the Newberry 1 of Rev. William Alfred Duckworth
; installed on Tues- , Anderson.
uty Grand Exalted j The guests were met at he fr
mp. The following door by Mrs. Press Devore and usl
gates to the State p i into the parlor which was pret
nns. 0 I ? m II I ?
emonstrati
1 Sale
ril 24th to !
r 1
4gp
111 I '4 HEflVYNinRBLEIZEB1
// I -UJi^. * ILflR5E-MEVER-{
! if kRIPPIMS Pflri: 2
y^jfl :I ' Bl/Rn-U/IRE&-DRll
1 1M ??? ? ? ? -
cciai invii<xliu(i to yoi
[ARDWi
rnrg: decorated in delicate ferns and carna- r
J. H. tions.
i\V>. j Just before the strains of LohenEx
grin's wedding march, played by Miss <
Au 11 Katherine Goggans, Miss Carrie Ha- J
iem- S^n sang two artistic songs, "Rose of
Past 'V.v Heart." and "Some Where a Voice
is Calling." | J
d in il.ie bride was most attractively at-' I
hich tired in her going away suit of dark
tcrs ' blue taffeta with all accessories to
mnf pTl H'ooriiln' ?-i /lArMOft Vinnniint
"V/Uiiiri a VVX OU5C UVUljUCL WJL /
white carnations. ?
i-fter they were pronounced man
and wife by Rev. L. P McGee, and -/*f
, ' during their shower of coiurratulasol
'
tions. a delightful salad course was
pril
1 r TT'-l, *
. uv i,ny \\ aison awa
r. . Lucv Gog^ans.
Oak. ^
the: In the King room the tabic was
nis- filled with handsome sifts, which was
rjdc the manifestation of the popularity of
t of this honored young couple. '
The bridal party left on the 7:30
ont train for Pomaria where the popular C*
ier- groom is i)astor of the Methodist * ^
tily church.?Greenwood Journal.
I
$? no
yv/.vu
Oil GRANITE
COPPER V
FREE
With Every Maje:
Sold
n i hp
29th. wff
CHILDI
SOUVENIF
1AA STORY B<
1UU "THE QUILLTVER
BY CLAUDE \V
A charming story fo
of the adventures of th<
in Big Folk's Land?i
hold any childs interest
-f * '
oiLivi tea-.11 a 1C5SUU OI 1'2
The fiast iOO boys an
sent to The Majestic J
fesafo at our store, between
jT|7~|j! Tuesday, written answe
L-1-' questions, will reeei
m$r ting book FREE.
^63 \ 1?What range is yc
2?Give names of an}
UI needing a new range.
gjfkSyl 3?The Majestic Rs
points of superiority?\v
y mother consider best?
4?What is your age?
-?When is vonr hirt
-?-9 $1.00 ARTICI
sr' The b?>" ?r ?iri g'vin^
? ^rflfiLL-NEVER- best answer to the thin
?PIN5PflN5* select any $1.00 article
UL-bRIP-PfiN5' IN ADDITION TO TH
=!N-flL50BE- mt^I? r/^r>
* 1/5E& T\5 A PRIZE Y OR H\ .
ROASTER- Don't be discouraged
one of the 100 to get
You will receipt a MAJE
CARD that will afford y
of amusement,
i ^=^5^ | Be sure to have your j
hand in at onr ctnr^ TT
noon, between three a
vagimm I must be WRITTEN if 3
jJ ceive a souvenir or prize.
MW$ speciai
All during this week s
' ^^fuW'.wk strator diiect from t
FACTORY will be glac
"ALL ABOUT RANG]
why the MAJESTIC is
011 earth at any price.
COME, IF YOU INTEND Ti
EDUCATION lies i
THINGS?KNOW whi
ran.e is heated?KNOW
is heated- how the topis
the MAJESTIC uses
KNOW how a range is e
outside This education
in the future. DON"]
a chance to KNOW THI
one who knows. COM J
Li and vour neialilif
\RE Q
Jj
his fine Stallion is nov
wn's Stables for service.
ee $15 G
C. H. SH
t oF
AND
VARE
?
ft
stic Range
win
3NE
iz /mti xr
lEN'S
t DAY
o?ks inn
S RIDE" lUU
ETMORE
r Krv* t * J ?1 ~
i uyjy .3 cinu glllS
i wee Quillivers
a story that will
to the very end,
:e-long valued
girls who prelange
Salesman,
3 and 5 p, m.,
irs to the followve
this fascina>ur
mother now
one you know
inge lias many
hich does your
hday?
.? FREE
I the neatest aud
i question may
from our stock
E SOUVENIR.
ERYBODY.
if you are not
the storv book.
STIC i'UZZLE
ou many hours
answer ready to
JESDAY afternd
five. They
,tou wish to re- ;
L
i special demonhe
MAJESTIC
J to show you
SS"?show you
the best range
0 BUY OR NOT
n KNOWING
J the oven of a
r how the water
; heated?WHY
so little fuel?
nade inside and
rcav serve you
r OVERLOOK
XGS shown bv
E. 'j
>rs.
u. 1
"
, ; > /
j at J. J. H.
uarantee.
iANNON.

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