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&\)t Cfjerato Cfjtomclc TWiTJME FIFTEEN CHERAW, CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, S. C? APRIL 27, 1911. NUMBER TWENTY SIX. HAWDWICk RECEIVES LETTERS One .Northern Republican Thinks Obedience to Amendment Is a Perfect Farce. A dispatch to the Atlanta Journal saye: Congressman Hardwick author of the joint resolution to repeal the fourteenth and fifteenth amendments to Ike constitution and disfranchise all the negroes, has received hundreds of letters from all parts of the couitry commending the measure. pnniieh. most of these let ters come from the middle and the I extreme west. He has had dozens from the state of Illinois and many from California and Colorado urging discrimination against Japanese. J. E. Peterson, of Chicago, editor and publisher of several magazines, has written as follows: "The writer hereof, a Republican newspaper man,, wishes you God-speed in regard to; your bill to disfranchise every negro in the United States. You have the cosrage and conviction that the negro | I is ??ly smart when he is a freak, and a fool all the time, for instance. Dr. j Washington. 1 trust that you will be J successful and that in the near future' the American people will realize that it is no crime to say that Lincoln tooled the white people of this country when he set the negro adrift, and the fourteenth amendment is a distressing farce to every citizen." I Saved From the Sravt. | "I had about given up hope, after; nearly four years of suffering from1 a severe lung trouble," writoa Mrs. M.1 L. Dlx, of Clarkaville, Tena. "Often the pain in my ehest would be alnaat unbearable and could not do any itm,-' out i>rr-Hang's New. DteoeroiT ' has made me ftel i.he a mew persem. Irs the best medicine for the threat, and lung Obstinate cosgfcs, stubtiera colds, bronchitis, hay fefev, la crippe, asthma, croup, aad hemerrfcugM, hoarseness and whooping oaagb yield quickly to this wonderful medicine. Try it. 50c. and $1. Trial battle* fre*. Guaranteed by Theo. W.i Waanamaker A Son*. i ton ]H ' :l!l' ! i I"" * jfq/it l/jh " !! $ . I \r-'- ill !: " Q If: f '' ! !ii i :*M - / ; - i m :;W'v ! . v - ! 1 , :-v V m$%&A La & 22 fc. KB??II I : XT.TT-Trn^,' Tw THE USK ' in nature's way of making yon tfl If a corn did not hart you go tlia protect it, it would sooner or lati gerous ulcer. It is you/ own fault that you 1 maybe you did not realize it at th< no sympathy for the painful trout few cents spent for a package of oi in a short time and a permanent ci DO>'T SUFFER?GE Ladd's Di The Rex? Cheraov. Mrs. Hattie Godfrey, while walking out in her flower garden last Thursday afternoon, had the misfortune to | trip over a root and fall. In falling she attempted to catch and as a con-' sequence fell on her left arm. Two I of the small bones of the wrist were broken. The broken member was at-1 tended (o at once and to the gratifi-l cation of her many friends Mrs. Godfrey is now getting on nicely. It is hoped she will soon be able to take advantage of the nice weather we are now having and be out again. | In cases of rheumatism relief fromj pain m'ikes sleep and rest possible. This may be obtained by applyiig Chamberlain's Liniment. For cale byi all drnlers *25803# THE i A Start jh IT Nowli r '-: A. D. Rrowii.. President ot tl "Louis anfBostor, clerked when ej. He houpht nn interest in hi worth orer 10 millions. Thousa Make OUR Ha We pay 4 per cent in bank of < Chera^ ~A\ ' ' " ' " \. . , i I'lrnv _ , '/r--v^ I :ll / . ' '. ':.a.' . . y-. ! ]k - H ---' > '! ! ,7- -v ^ . .. - , hiK^M \ ! - / ?~ v,v: v? ii i Av>V'v* it? 1 ^ 1 l V_\ \ \ '<0. <5 |1 I OF PAIN ike the proper care of yourself, it yon would cnre it or at least i*r result in a serious and danhave them in the first place, but ; time. At any rate you deserve ile, when for a little care and a ur rnrn rnrp vnn ran hnvp rrlipf are, if you will follow directions. T A BOX TODAY. ug Store ill Store s. c. STATE BORROWS HALF MILLION | State Places Big Loan With Palmetto National Rank. Columbia, April, 20.?Through the Palmetto National Bank of this city $500,000 will be borrowed to meet the necessary expenses of the State government. The rate of interest is 3 per cent. The arrangements were completed Wednesday by the State treasurer, the comptroller general and the governor, who constitute a so *t of finance committee for the State. There were several other propositions before the treasurer. ! Chronicle Job Printing is the best. I STREAM of Y ON A ?WMT tit if Hamilton-Brown Sijoe . St lie was a boy. lie saved his nidn*?v? s old employers store. He Is now nds of men work for him. nk YOUR Hank, terest compounde quarterly. 2HERAW, w, S. C. IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS. | Don't Mistake the Cause of Your! Troubles. I | Mnay people, never suspect their kidneys. If suffering from a lame, i weak or aching back they think that it is only a muscular weakness; when | urinary trouble sets in they think it [will soon correct itself. And so it is with all the other symptoms of kidney j disorders. That is just whee 'the danger lies. You must cuiV these troubles or they may lead to diabetes or I Right's disease. The best remedy to use is Doan's Kidney Dills. It is lor ills which are caused by weak or diseased kidneys. Residents of this vicinity are constantly testifying to benefits received. K. T. Went. Iivo.id st.. Da:lington, S. C.. says: "I have used Doan's Kidney Pills and have found that they act just as represented. 1 had a lame and aching back and there were pains through my kidneys. A few months ago I used Doan's Kidney i'ills as directed and they acted so benefic'ally that 1 have 110 hesitat.on in telling I my experience. T have not been bothered by backache since I took this remedy." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name?Doan's?and take no other. I Constipation brings many ailments in its train and is the primary cause of much sickness. Keep your bowels regular madam, and you will escape many of the ailments to which woman a e subject Constipat'o i is a simple thing, but lik? many simple things, it may lead to serious consequences. Nature often needs a littlie assistance and when Chamberlain's Tablets are given at the first iudicatioa, much distress and suffering may be avoided. Sold by all dealers. ' I NEW SCHEDULE I I In Effect May 1st, 1911, on Atlantic Coast Line. No. C2, daily, leaves Florence 10.00 a. m? arrive Cheraw 11.40 a. m., arrive Wadesboro 12.42 p. m., arrive Winston 5.15 p. m. Return trip, No. 63, daily leaves , Winston 12.10 p. m., leaves Wadesboro 4.40 p. m? arrives Cheraw 5.35 p. m? arrives Florence 7.25 p. m. It will be noticed that this is the regular mail and passenger train and also that it will run every day in the week. 1 No. 60, night train, leaves Florence J 8.20 p. m., arrives Cheraw 10.10 p. m. * Leaving Cheraw in the morning, No. 1 61, leaves Cheraw 6.30 a. m., arrives ! Florence 8.25 a. m. ' i nese irains oniy run Deiween ^ueraw and Florence. 1 ( Close connection at Floyds with all trains for Hartsville. , ) The D. A. R.'s meet this afternoon with Miss Lula Harrington. Good results always follow the use , of Foley Kidney Pills. They give prompt relief in all cases t>f kidney j and bladder disorders. Try them. Sold J by all druggists. Hold Congregational Meeting and 1 Elect Officers j The members of St. David's church ' held their annual Congregational . meeting last Sunday and elected tjae following officers: < Wardens?W. R. Godfrey, H. P. Duvall, Sr. ' Vestrymen?W. D. Evans, S. G. Godfrey, C. K., Waddill, H. M. Duvall, H. j L. Powe, James E. Powe, W. P. Pol- ! I look.- i' '< , ^ ^ Secretary?A. S. Thomas. Treasurer?Wm. Godfrey. . Delegates were elected to the annual Council which meets at York- ( ville next week, beginning Tuesday. ; The delegates elected were W. R. , Godfrey, H. P. Duvall, Sr., Edward , Mclver and H. M. Duvall. THE FOOD YOU RELISH Ml Pastries and desserts In which used ore euten from the standpoii for the nourishment the? contain. Many housewives, however, such articles exactly as desi: extracts vary so much in st ficial ingredients from whi Our extracts are pure, natural t this make them cheaper to use, b and the ubilitj to get the taste de? Ladd's Di The Rex, Cheraw. SUPREME COURT DECIDES CROSSIN6 S. A. L. WINS IN CHERAW CASE Status of December 22, 1910, ReaUrei Which is Considered Temiaatfeu of Hard Fonght Legal Battle?Tfcrea Separate Decisions by Chief Jaatfce, Each Reversing Circuit Court. Columbia, April 25.?Ordering tee Atlantic Coast Line to remove the crossing over the Seaboard Air Line's track at Front stree, in Cheraw, the Supreme Court today, in three opinions, in which the Circuit Court was reversed , restored the situation is Clheraw as regards the Coast LineSeaboard controversy, to the statu sf December 22, 1910, which is regarded is a final settlement of the matter in favor of the Seaboard. PATRICK ITEMS. Dr. St. Claire, of the Free Will Baptist church, preached two interesting 3erraons in Patrick Wednesday night and Thursday night of last webk. Large congregations came out to hear bim. Mrs. B. L. Gardner is visiting relatives in Hartsvllle. Miss Lovie Swain, of Liberty, N. C., is visiting at the home of her aster, Mrs. D. S. Brower. The painting of the Baptist chnrch is almost completed, and whoa taPshcd will make it la very pretty jhurch. Mrs. S. L. Gillespie is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. A. Harrington, near Rockingham. N. C. v. Miss Nora Tracy has accepted a position in the store of Winburn Bye. She has charge of the dry~good? Mt4> millinery departmen^L^^^^^^ ^ preach at the Methodist church nex* Sunday at eleven o'clock, and If the \ Baptist church is so it can be aned, on account of painting, he will preaeh in it at eight o'clock Sunday night if it is so he can't preach in the Baptist church he will preach in the Math oaist cnurca at nigot aisu. v*n c?erybody come out I I R,v"**$11$ uii ^ w KV0KJ$IJ9 j? ^ pif^f \6? ; ' ? ?. - - : ' :'i ;-$!Pl ' ,. . t A "Y i1 - / jpilr yAh^-' '.:f MP^ J .; ' >./j . . ' ' J " .. V- . yi\ 1ST BE WELL FLAYOBED. flavoring extracts are principal!/ it of a pleasing taste more thai find it difficult to flavor red. This is because many rength, and from the artich they are compounded, tnd full strength. Not only does nt insures a better, richer flavor fired without guessing or testing. rug Store all Store S.C.