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BATESBFRG NEWS.
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The U. D. C. chapter will meet
with Mrs. Colwell Cullum Friday afternoon
of this week. An interesting:
r-C\' program has been arranged.
Mr.; H. D. Gibson has opened up
* a first class restuarant near the passenger
depot and it is usually kept
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open untu iv>ou <&i utgui. mi. vn?sonNis
meeting with success in his
business and is receiving already a
splendid patronage. Owing to the increased
rates charged by the hotels
the past few years the Batesburg
public will welcome in their midst a
P first class cafe where they can secure
meals at a reduced rate. j
In the case of Mrs. Sallie Oswalt,
Plaintiff, against L. D. Oswalt, ad.
ministrator, of the estate of E. E. (
Oswalt, deceased, a referee was appointed
by Judge Frank B. Gary to
take testimony in the above stated
S _ case last Ttmrsaay aiiernouii. axiei
plaintiff is represented by E. L. Asbill
ot Leesville and the defendant by
Barrett Jones of Batesburg.
Ira C. Carson has been elected
it'town
clerk in place of M. E. Edeni
ield, designed, the appointment to
be effective March 15th.
Mrs* W. A. Cooner has charge of
the first grade in the graded school
In place of Mrs. Smith Wise resigned.
Hss*??*-. Mrs. Cooner is an experienced teach
er, having taught several sessions
here prior to her marriage,
j Miss Elmina Long, member of the
Springfield graded school faculty,
Sanitar
v/ 1345 Main Street,
tlte Rest and
in Coli
Home Cooking and Reaso
"Little I
Quick, Polite and attentiv
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serve the interests of the du!
their existence, faithfully an<
interest that assures the very
efficiency. |
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i come with a keener desire to
Sip: \ You will always find us
problems, personally interest
terests are served to the best
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V We invite you to come a
us. We are always glad to se<
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The Bank
RESOURCES OVER ONi
THOU*
. - J. S. Wessinger, President.
Robert A. Frick, Cashier. M.
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Sole Agent for the fam
and also other brands of s
longest. Always see us f
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;was the guest of relatives in town!
Sunday. J.
R. Unger, the popular cashier
of the First National bank spent
Monday in Columbia.
Mr. and Mrs. McKinnie Hartley
and little daughter have returned
from a visit to relatives at St. Matthews.
Mrs. JUawieuw .unna auu ouii, ia.
E. Mims, of Springfield motored to
Batesburg Sunday.
Lee C. Gunter of Knoxville, Tenn.,
spent several days last week with his
mother, Mrs. U. X..Gunter.
Mrs. Lucile Boylson of Columbia is j
spending this week with her parents, J
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cooner.
Hon. George W. Wightman is a* j
home again after being absent several
weeks attending the session of the
state Senate in Columbia.
J. B. Ballentine, manager of the
Bank of Western Carolina,/ made a
business trip to Columbia Monday
afternoon.
J. F. Ouzts, a popular business
man of Greenwood, was here Satuday
night and left early Sunday
morning for his home in Greenwopd.
Brunsoif Holley is spending this
week in Newberry attending to mat16^
of business.
The School Improvement association
recently organized in this town
is scheduled to hold its second meeting
at the Methodist church Tuesday
night of this week.
The fine weather the past few days
has ?nabled our farmers to do a lot
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y Cafe
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Columbia, S. C.
Newest Place
imbia. nabie
Prices,
)ifferent" from the others
e service.
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i BANK OF CHAPIN to
jlic throughout the years of
d with a degree oi personal
r highest possible poiw: of
lpplemented in the years to
ser^e you.
ueimiteiy mtcicai-cu m ^uui
ed in seeing that your inadvantage.
,nd make your deposits with
e you.
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of Chapin
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SAND.
S. J. Clark, Vice President. jj
L. Wessinger, Asst. Cashier. \
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RRY. I
Clothing, Shoes, ||
Hats, Caps, I
Gents*
Furnishings, j
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Ladies
Ready-to-wear,
Etc.
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ous W. L. Douglas shoes
shoes that wear easy and
or bargains.
RRY, I
Columbia, S. C. |
of work. Small grain in thi- section
. a looking fine. ?
NEWS ITEMS FROM
AROUND CHAPIX TOWN.
We are glad to know that Mr. t illie
Stuck will soon be in his ney
house.
The health of this community is
very good at this writing.
Mr. Earl Meetze was visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Meetze
Sunday.
Mr. Haskell Amick visited relatives
at Newberry last week.
Mr. Elwell Bundrick and family
were visiting his father and family
Saturday night and Sunday. -
Mr. George Shealy visited his
grandfather Saturday night and Sunday,
Miss Blanch Ha7t:\vanger spent one
night last week with her aunt, Mrs.
John Lucas.
Miss Alma Amick visited her
brother at Chapin a few days last
week.
Mr. Henry Amick visited his father
Sunday evening.
Mr. Tommie Ilawi from near Newberry
spent Saturday night and Sunday
with his uncle, Mr. T. W. Amick.
Mr. G. A. Bundrick and family
motored to Columbia one day last
week.
Mr. Frank Miller and a crowd of
young folks motored to Lexington
Monday.
Mr. Carroll Eargle spent one night
last week with Mr. Carl Miller.
Miss Mattie Amick visited Miss
Evelyn Eargle one night last week.
We are glad to know,that Mr. John
Amick and son have been catching
some nice fish down on Broad river.
Mr. Rutherford Amick was seen going
Food for Energy
Cod-liver oil energizes
and creates a
buttress of strength
that fortifies the I
whole body. 1
SCOTTC
EMULSION
j is cod-liver oil in its
I best possible form. |
|f If winter is claiming
its toll upon
your vitality, take
Scott's Emulsion.
Scott&BowMtBlooinfielcbN.J.
ALSO MAKERS OF
KhiqidS
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C. COULTON
OPTOMETRIST. '
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IT IS OUR DUTY as well as
^ every way consistent with the j
^ ie financial strength and growth
? community. Come in and let as
^ more than Bankers?we are a v<
it is a matter of pride with us, th
we have developed in our busines
ship of those whom we serve.
Prosperity is reflected to thi
perity of our patrons.
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out arotra^L jChapin . Saturday evening.
Mr. Charlie Eargle visited Mr. and
Mrs. G. A. Bunctrick Sunday evening.
' -; Yellow Bell.
LIVE NEWS ITEMS
FRf>M EDMUND TOWN.
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The usual first Monday's procession
of both motor driven and horse drawn
vehicles passed, going to Lexington.
Some of the folks on business con
nected with the day, and others, possibly,
if they are in our financial situation,
just for the novelty of seeing
a few dollars once again.
Mrs. Monroe Sox and children spent
a part of last week with her parents
Ill L/Uiuiuuia.
Miss Mamie Spires and her cousin,
Mrs. Thompson, visited the latter's
father, down near Woodford, Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Dreher- of
Lexington spent awhile at the lodge
on their fish and game preserve on
Scouter creek near here, Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs.,J1 J. Younginer of
Woodford visited the former's aunt,
Mrs. S. C. Reeder, Friday afternoon.
Mrs. G. W. Jefcoat and children
visited Mr. Jas. E. Dunbar at Pelion,
last Sunday.
Mr. W. F. Crout and family spent
last Sunday with rleatives at Gilbert.
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Spires is again under the care of a
physician, after having recovered
from an attack' enough to be up and
about the house, and hope it will not
be. long till she completely recovers.
Mr. James Fry has sufficiently recovered
from a long illness to be
able to visit about again, after almost
a year indoors.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Shealy and
little Mildred spent Sunday with relatives
up at Sandy Ford.
Oui
Accuracy
Quality
Service
give you
"Well Fitted Glasses*
ELMGREN
Optometrist and Optician
1207 Hampton St
COLUMBIA, S. C. J
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Sanitary meat manteii
and Restaurant
Fresh native meats always on bait*.
[ee told in any quantity from 5c up
Jar restaurant ia prepared to furnick
nealt at all hour*. First class meal*
jreparad by experienced cooks.
CAUGHMAN & SOX
MEAT MARKET
Doer to Postoffic*.
LEXINGTON, S. C.
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serv!Ce|
our PLEASURE to promote in ^
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jnnciples ot duunu canning, k
of the business interest of tbis ?
get together?we are something ^
ery hnman lot of individuals, and ^
at aside from the responsibilities ^
s, we have cultivated the friend- jJ
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WATERINGFORD NEWS.
The coming of the dove, and the
merry gee-haw of the plowman reminds
us that spring time is near.
Mrs. Bettie Kirkland and daughter
of Boiling Springs were the guests
of Mrs. H. A. Howard last Saturday
night, a week.
Mrs. B. E. Miller returned to her
home in Columbia last Monday after
a brief visit to the parental home.
Rev. and Mrs. L. W. Johnson of
Gilbert, visited their parishioners
hereabouts last Thursday.
Mr. M. L. Smith is all smiles again.
It's a baby.
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Crout and
children were, ast Sunday night, visitors
at Old Uncle Henry's.
Mrs. A. L. Kirkland and children
visited Mrs. Nezzie Crout last Sunday.
Mrs. Novia Kyzer and children vis
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ILt'U iurs. iVimuic rv.j i.ci uunuu.1 I
ing.
H. A. and Mrs. Howard spent!
Saturday night with the lattep's sister,
Mrs. Frances Gunter of the Oak
Grove section.
Two more of our young men,
Messrs. Karl Smith and Dewey Taylor,
have joined Uncle Sam's forces, in
preference to raising five cent cotton.
Already we can see. the effects of
Senator Crosson's new road law. The
rauiim cdia
Palmetto State Festival
Columbia, Mch. 28 to April 2d
DESIGNS/
Wedding Bouquets,
FLOWERS,
For all occasions shipped
anywhere. j
CHAS. L. SLIGH
FLORIST.
1446 Slain St. Phone 2761
COLUMBIA, S. C
THE CHEAPEST WAG
HARI*
in the country are at our s
overstock of Buggies an
bankrupt sale and can sell
prices.
Come in and see them on c
Our Guarantee A
Gregory- C onder
1115 Hampton Street,
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EVERY UNE L1RE5 1
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Do not forget to remember
acount with us It does not
gifts but increases in value, a
J which we add to the deposits.
Accounts are invited.
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The Palmetto
COLUMB
RESOURCES 4
P^r Cent Interest Paid on
ARE YOU WORKINt
Work of any ?ort ii para drad)
year axiiUnce. But with a purp<
for i reward and it ?igntens you
pleasure.
Have a purpose in life! Make
building op a savings account in
you with the means to attain you
independence, wealth?they all <
persistently save.
Same rate of interest (4 per cei
RCCOUId.
THE OLD
The Carolina Nation;
W. A. Clark, Prtaidtnt.
T. 3. Brjru, V. President
roads are being patched in spots. Th?
not know who done the work, but
we hope to see the good work go or..
DOTS FROM SHILiOH.
The health of this community is
fine at this writing with ine exception
of .*4'S. Alvin Keislei. who has
been confined to her bed for several
weeks. We hope for her a speedy recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Long spent
Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs.
George Long.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Keisler and
children dined with Mr. and Mrs*
W. P. Keisler Sunday.
Mr. Lester Moak and Mr. Clarendon
Shull spent Saturday night with
their cousin, Miss Minriie Keisler.
a>
Misses Eunice and Mina Rawl and
little brother visited Misses Nola and
Geneva Keisler and little brother Sunday.
Misses Maude and Lethia Keisler
spent Saturday night with Misses
Mabel and Toye Sease.
Mr. Walter Rawl and sisters, Misses
Lizzie and Viola, visited Miss Rosa
Harmon and brother, Coke, Sunday.
Miss Elberta Sease spent Saturday
night with Miss Minnie Keisler.
The show which was given at Cenf
ter school Saturday night was enjoyed
by all.
GASOLINE SYSTEMS I
Oil Tanks-and Pum^s, Air Compresbors,
Computing Scales, Floor Scales,
Show Cases, Account ?tegisters, ? built
Cash Registers. Safes, Store Fixtures.
THE HAMILTON SCALES OO.
Columbia, S. C.
CONTRACTORS 'I
SUPPLIES- , |
Machineryf Castings and
Repairs. Steel Beams,
Rods, Ropes Tackle,
Wheelbarrows, Trucks,
Wire Cable, Boilers #
Tanks, Stacks, Etc. Ventilators,
Grating, Etc.
Lombard Iron Works
& Supply CO., GEORGIA I
Ford Supplies and Repairs in Slock ^
ONS. BUGGIES AND
IESS.
tables. We have taken i |
d Wagons bought at a <|y
ttipm at "heforethe war"
lur floor,
leans Something
Mule Company, :ft|?
Columbia, S. C.
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0 BE REMEMBER D I |
' -the children with a bank ^ . |
depreciate like many other
irlr<1 hi?
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National Bank I |l
!A, S. C. fm
' is ' - -:jf:
$10,000,000.00 . m
Savings Accounts ' ^
5 WITH A PURPOSE-s | f
wrv if it mums msrslj turning
)M back of it yon are workinf j Jj
ir tasks and makas work a real I
i your life a success 2 Start by | j
this institution. It srill furnsh I r
ir object A comfortable home, |
ome within your reach if yo? I
it) paid on both large and small ,1
RELIABLE
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