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It CHAPIN NEWS. I i The health of this community is extremely good at this writing. Plenty ^HL rain, plenty to eat. nothing to do, ^HF and everybody jolly inspite of the low price* of cotton. ^K' *- ?V? 1 , IjVLF .?T<U1& x>uwci, vviiu uiw uccn iu I the hospital, and operated on for ap?S' pendicitis, is at home now getting along nicely. v Misses Clarabell Hiller and Gladys Williams, who are attending school at Rock Hill, (Winthrop), spent the |C, week-end at Chapin, with their i mother. |, Mrs. J. C. Miller and cihldren have returned to their home near Pomaria, Pjg? 'after spending several weeks with jfc her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Hal jj^ Mr. and Mrs. Malcum Lowraan P j GIRLS! HAVE THICK, | I f SOFT, HEAVY HAIR | A 35-cent bottle of "Danderine" will your eoalp of destructive dtodruff and stop falling hair, but im* Mediately your nair eeecw twice aa abundant and eo woodrou* gloasy. Let ? ifQaadgiiie" aave your hair. Hare lota cf long, heavy hair, radiant with life g B?d beauty. ? j I.,, i = ; I Sanitai 1 1345 Main Street, The Best and in Coh Home Cooking and Reaso "Little I Quick, Polite and attentiv JC'.V \ i . i -'' I OUR PI It is the endeavor of Th< serve the interests of the pu fhoif oviafpnpp. faith fill lv ail VAAVAA w interest that assures the ver; efficiency. This endeavor will be s come with a keener desire to ' You will always find us problems, personally interes terests are served to the bes We invite you to come ; us. We are always glad to sf The Bank RESOURCES OVER Oh THOU J. S. Wessinger, President. Robert A. Frick, Cashier. M ^BE Sole Agent for the far and also other brands of longest. Always see us B. BE Assembly Street, spent Sunday with relatives at Chapin. Mr. Bernie Bechman of Newberry college spent the week-end with his parents, Mr .and Mrs. W. P. Bechman. Mr. and Mrs. Hazel Williams of Columbia spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Mattie Wililams. Miss Maude Farr of Columbia spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. Ada Farr. HAPPENINGS FROM AROUND PETERS SECTION Mr. Alfred and Lamar Fulmer visited their parents Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Harmon visited Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Hendrix Sunday atfernoon. < Mr. and Mrs H A We^inger visited Mr. L. M. Sehaly's Sunday afternoon. Mr .and Mrs. T. J. Fulmer visited Mrs. Cummings Schneider Sunday evening. 1 Mr. Julian Franklow was seen rid- j ing around Sunday evening. I won- | ? der where he was going? J Messrs. Ollie, Tom and George * * ' -J OnKnoiHor Schneiaer visuea an O U1U1 | Sunday evening. I Messrs. Everett and Cromer Schneider visited their mother Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. 1m K. Harmon and Mrs. J. W. . Sox visited Mrs. Anna Harmon Sun- ! y Cafe I j ' Columbia, S. C. Newest Place imbia. nable Prices, Different" from the others e service. ROMISE b BANK OF CHAPIN to . blic throughout the years of td with a degree 01 personal y highest possible poinc of upplemfcnted in the years to ser^e you. definitely interested in your ted in seeing that your int advantage. and make your deposits with *e you. nf ntianin VI VIIU|/1JL1 IE HUNDRED FIFTEEN SAND. S. J. Clark, Vice President. . L. Wessinger, Asst. Cashier. RRY. I | Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Caps, , Gents' Furnishings, 6 Ladies Ready-to-wear, Etc. nous W. L. Douglas shoes [ shoes that wear easy and [ for bargains. :rry, Columbia, S. C. ' I day evening. Mr. Wilbur Fulmer visited Mr. Coke Harmon #Sunday evening. Miss Rosa Harmon visited Miss Clarice Harmon Sunday evening. Mr. Lawrence Forth was seen walking down the road Sunday evening. Wn n-nr/lflr he WaS gOing? *1 V- WW V??UVi ww - w The Two Old Pals. ORCHARD AND GARDEN NOTES. Clemson College, February 22.? The second worming for the peach tree borer should be given at this time. ' It is not too late to prune bunch grapes. In fact, this type ol grape can be successfully pruned even after the buds begin to swell. Prune them now and secure a good crop this year. ; February is an excellent month for transplanting fruit trees. Now is a good time to start a home orchard. The following are excellent varieties of small fruits ?'or the home planting;!, ucretia dewberry, Cuthbert raspberry, and Eldorado blackberry. The following vegetables may be transplanted to the garden now; Early Jersey Wakefield and Charleston Wakefield cabbage: Big Bos ton and Improved Hanson lettuce. Good resuts may be secured from a planting: of the garden peas. Alaska, Nott's Excelsior, and Horsford's Market Garden are excellent varieties. The Irish Cobbler is the best early variety of potato for the home garden. Naturally. "Do you believe in heredity?' "Of course I do. Why. I've got one of the brightest boys you ever saw."?Boston Transcript. | WHEN YOU NEED,' I a tonic to help renew I | the zest of ife and | i- that snap that de- | | notes vigor and f | strength, take g scon s i EMULSION Its rich, tonic-nutrient properties can be j I fa large factor in! restoring strength I and building up! the body. I Scott & Bowse, Bloonfieid, N. J. ALSO MAKERS OF RMfOIDS (Tablets or Granules) eor INDIGESTION 2Q-28sk j jc COULTON 1 nnTAMFTDICT IuriuiviuiiYiai. Eyes Glasses 3 .Examined Fitted i | 1423 Main St., Columbia, S. C. V\\\\\V\V\\\\V\\\\\\\\\\\\\^V\\V^^^ I j SAFETY j STREI | ? IT IS OUR DUTY as well a! ^ every way consistent with the J le financial strength and growtl ^ community. Come in and let u ^ Al?A?i D/> nlrr lilA +% 9k 1 2l mute luau uauntia nv mv u ^ it is a matter of pride with us, t ? we have developed in our businc ship of those whom we serve. ^ Prosperity is reflected to tl ? perity of our patrons. I | The Bank c $ Columt h SHIPPING HOGS CO-OPERATIVELY . Clemson College, February 22.? Two cars of hogs from Beaufort County and one car from Bamberg County were shipped co-operatively recently by farmers of those counties with the aid of County Agent C. L. Baxter, of Beaufort, County Agent J. "n Rmn/lnn of Ramhpre. and Exten sion Marketing Agent L. H. Lewis. The hogs were sold to the Carolina Packing Company and shipped to its plant at Wilmington. The price received was very satisfactory; namely, ten cents per pound at Wilmington, which was the same as the Chicago price that day. The co-operative shipping therefore, saved to the farmers the considerable difference in freight as well as the charges for ! lottage, extra feed, commission, and j loss through shrinkage. Mr. Lewis reports that there will be a half dozen or more additional desIgns^ Wedding Bouquets, FLOWERS, For all occasions shipped anywhere. CHAS. L. SLIGH FLORIST. 1446 Main St Phone 2761 COLUMBIA. S. C. A. Alkali-Ultal Our Accuracy Quality Service give you "Well Fitted Glasses" ELMGREN Optom strut and Optician 1207 Hampton St. COLUMBIA, S. C. AiUaliAnttaliiAUiA I Sanitary Meat Market and Restaurant Fresh native meats always on ban# lea told in any quantity from Be uy Oar restaurant is prepared to fornisk meals at all hoars. First class meal* prepared by experienced cooks. CAUGHMAN & SOX MEAT MARKET I Next Doer to Poetoffice. LEXINGTON. S. C. 1 - " 1 r i\\\\VVV\\\\\\\\\\\\\\V\\\\\\\\\\\\\V\\\V wr_Tu I 1VJ 111 g SERVICE I I ; our PLEASURE to promote in ^ principles of SOUND banking, ^ h of the business interest of this < s get together? we are something ^ very human lot of individuals, a nd ? hat aside from the responsibilities ^ :s5, we have cultivated the friend- ? % lis Bank fromtthe increased prcs- S; if Columbia | ' c r ^ i mammmmKHmmmKaammm cars for shipment from the low cofuntry, especially from Charleston find Colleton Counties, in the near future. More hogs are ready for shipment I now than for sometime past. Cooperative shipping in car lots is proving distinctly satisfactory. Defining It. "A democracy" a trifle .severely said Professor Pete, "is a country in which each citizen tninKs ne could run the government better than the blockheads who are in charge of it." BANK S When this bank pror | cept, we commit ourselv< in every way that a prog Merchandising, Inc It may be that you a many ways in which this We are always rea problems with the view tomer as well as the banl SUPERVISED BY THE UNI1 The Home ft Lexingtt Capital, $50,000.00 Member of Federal i. THE RECO Of many years of hard s the price is forgotten QUALITY, ^FWIS The above are the leading Come in and see them on Our Guarantee i Gregory- C onder 1 15 Hampton Street, EVERY ONE LIKES Do not forget to remembe acount with us It does not gifts but increases in value, ; which we add to the deposits. Accounts are invited. The Palmetto COLUME RESOURCES 4 Per Cent Interest Paid oi ARE YOU WORKIN Work of any sort is purs dru your existence. But with r pur] for a reward and it lightens yc pleasure. Have s purpose in life! Mali building ap a savings account ii yoi with the means to attain yc independence, wealth?they all | persistently save. Same rate of interest (4 per c< accounts. THE OLD The Carolina Natioi W, A. Clark, President. T. 3. Btymn, V. President. I "Yes," admitted Fuller Gloom^ "and in very many instances he ' could." ' # | GASOLINE SYSTEMS | Oil Tanks and Pumps, Air Compressors, Computing Scales, Floor Scales, Show Cases, Account Registers, Rebuilt Cash Registers. Safes, Store Fixtures. THE HAMILTON SCALES CO. Colombia, S. CL # imincr >LK V ILL nises Service and you ae;s to support your efforts ressive bank can. lustry and Farming ,re not familiar with the bank can serve you. ' \ idy to discuss financial \ of benefitting the cusrED STATES GOVERNMENT latiooal Bank | to, S. C. Deposits/ $600,000.00 Reserve Association ELECTION jervice remains long after ^ Washington Buggies (J? Hackney Buggies Nissen Wagons Hackney Wagons H, TREATMENT. ; vehicles of the country, our floor. Means Something Mule Company, Columbia, S. C. ? ro BE REMEMBERD sr the children with a bank depreciate like many other aided by the liberal interest National Bank 5IA, S. C. $10,000,000.00 i Savings Accounts ???????? G WITH A PURPOSE dgery if it memsi merely earning pose back of it yon are working ur taaki and makes work a real :e your life a snccessl Start by 3 this institution. It will furnsh >ur object. A comfortable home, come within your reach if yon ant.) paid on both large and small RELIABLE ial Bank of Columbia Jos. M. Bell, Cashier. Jno. D. Bell. Asst. Cashier