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We have a
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ORGANIZATION OF SPORTSMEN
OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
October 15th has been set as the date
of the first business meeting of the
newly organized Sportsmen's Associa
tion of South Sarolina. The meeting
will be held at the Jefferson Hotel at
1:30 P. M. offices and committees will
be appointed. All sportsmen are
urged to attend.
FOR SALE-One full blood Guernsey
Bull Yearling not registered, will
weigh about 400 lbs. Is the making
of a very fine bul. Apply to R. C:
Analv.6 No. 2218.
Of sample of water received from
Board or Public Works, Winnsboro,S.
C. Sept. 25, 1919.
Chlorine ...........:........ .0)
Free Ammonia ...............0
Albuminoid Ammonia. .. .. .. . .0 E
Nitrogen as nitrites. . ... . . . .. ..
Nitrogen as nitrates .........0.
Total Solids ............... . Q)'
Bacterial indications of contamination~
....... .................... Negative
Remarks: Analyses indicate water
to be of good quality and free from
J.L. Parker, M. D.
TO THE EDITOR OG THE NEWS &
ple 'e aPow us snace in your balu
able pag7er to sya a few words aboui
our church~ work. We planned a rally
for Oct. 5, 1919 which was yesterday
We are glad \y say that we raised
$242.80 to build a iew church, we are
greatly in need of a church-house,
su~d ourj friends know i. and they
showed it by the way they ataed us mn
the rally. We, the members and the
official board of the St. Luke Baptist
Church, -Greenbrier Community, turn
many thanks to both white and col
ored who helped us in this hally,hop
ing that they will not forget us in
the next o round. Of course, this
- foundation, but we are
ur friends to stand by us
Your humble servant,
R. C. Caldwell,
ockton, S. C. Route 3
Of course You are 0oj
lo, if you miss Moore's specii
complete line of everything t
everything in our entire sto
)sition to selli cheaper than c
You will save mon
Vatch this space next weekli
AMFJUCAN Im cROSS..
IPossibly the most fmpor-tant Red Cross wo:-k in Siberia. andl one whieh
most- demands the conltinluance of operations there, is the campaign against
t1d-s-i Over- a stretc:h of 4.000 tuiles thme Americen Red~ Cro.ss has fought
u-a ourg. He is seen "'The~ Great Wit; Train" anf antLi-yphlus in
a WW.ch,h with its crew of doctors and nurses and cargoes of drugs,
-- -t. h:. :-1 m.: appart:s. has~ baved thu lives of thousand&
H A)FN'SlFTINITURE STORE
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Phillips' Old Stand.
SHEET IRON HEATERS,
GRATES AND COAL SKUTTLES,
STOVE PIPE AND ELBOWS.
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CALL AND SEE THEM.
A full line of Burial Supplies,,Coffins and Caskets
In Caldwell Room, near Town Clock.
BRUCE FURNITURE COMPANY.
)R THE FAIR!
ming to the Fair.
ils you will miss the biggest exhibit
o be had in a first=class departmeiqt
ck was bought before the rise and
ur competitors who bought later.
ey at this store.
or special Fair .Barga.ms.
"The Car with the Half-Million
T. M. Seawell, Agen1