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is tl to be giv March 1 mmmSm Ib [j -31 If You Are ' nano Help one of ycui Ask for Piano Votes For ev \ We Want You 1 Ladd's Dr iHiocea^r to the Chentw^Repurte? whicb was established tuly 9, 1885, ? and entered as Second Class matter t in accordance with Act of Congress s oi Match 3. 1879. 1 Published Weekly by Strlcklin Printing Company. r Subscription Price $1.00 per year. ^ Advertising rates made on request. " ? d Another favorite question is, "What do you know?" ' ' s ______________ v It is hoped that the baby that wa3 ^ locked in a valise will not suffer from the grip. Beef is almost as high as on that historic occassion when the cow jumped over the moon. t An Ohio policeman was put in jail ( for abusing his hoi so, and when lat-j er he abused his wife he was simply, put under bond. d i' ' 1 Senator Beveridge is r.ponUng . rome time in the Alps, which con- j firms the theory that his uppishj.ess lost him the election. i .lack, the Hucge . is aboard in St. Louis. ami it is said the female pat- ^ rons of excursions to that city have greatly increased in numbers. A D< s Monies baby recently bor.i is said to bo tho most perfect child in that state. We always; said the commission form of government would do wonders. It used to be enough to iidvrVtisej that a horse was "sound, kind, and! wnranted t:ot to kick."' hut now you! must snow mat in* wnn i ?ny wu an aeroplane alights in the field. i ! The first issue of the Jeffersson, Gazette lias been received and is a credit to the town in which it is pub-! lished and to its promoter, Mr. 0. L.i Ihirentine. If Mr. Harentine continues to give rhe people of Jof-j ferson as good a paper as his first: issue. The Gazette is there to stay The Chronicle wishes The ! Gazette all kinds of success. hie Piano' t ' I en away I t, 1912 I ^ i Lr 4 Mot Saving ; Votes r friends who is ery cent of your Purchase to Have Them Tig Store , ! It is said that no Vassar graduate vas ever divorced, but this may have >een 'because two men were never ouMwho would nlhrry one of 'em. ?^ IJ . There is talk of a $3,000,000 shortige in the Washington navy yard, 1 tut the valuable time of the clerks ' hould not be taken hunting for a 1 ittle item like that The center of population has been noved from a sattlesneak den near 1 lloomington, I*r\. -*nl"* oitv limits. ( Ve hope it ij caret.Uy conserved nd safeguarded. i Mr. Taft has travelled 298,728 miles ince entering the government serice in 1900, but if they figured the listance he has travelled in hunting ( or lost golf balls, the total would , ft' Iiiuiii ittifeci I, President Taft went down in a , told mine the other day. Were this n ISM, he would now have to go (own in a silver mine or he lined up vith the money power. Mr. Roosevelt says that arbitration night not result in "peace with ight?ousness." Yet if he felt that he in<i not got righteous judgement in i law suit, he would not set our to ick the lefendant. The Printers O^st Congress is meeting in Boston, hut as printers all | ivork purely out of their passionate' love of the human race, no one will! n.? i?..4. t. s?i say anyming auuwi milium |un-?-?. i The fact that one Cambridge minister is charged with "killing a girl convinces some logical minded people that all the other 100.000 clergymen in this country are no bettor than they should be. A gent Ionian from the country suggested the other day that If President Mayes of ;ho chamber of com mercp would give a bamiuet and make the admission to the supper consist in tho assurance that every man who was admitted had come to town on a split lop drag- or a road scvane we might pet the mads1 in a pood condition for a few days; at least. What do you say, Mr. PresIdent Mayes? Some of the roads would he greatly benefited just now 1 v th? use of the split lop drag.? "ewherry Herald and News. VOL l.HE 1(1 , ] With this issue of The Chronicle enters its sixteenth year. We have met with many ups and downs during the past fifteen years ' but have steadfastly believed in Cheraw's future and have tried to help in every way we could in the pushing forward and upbuilding of the I town ard we purpose to continue to ( .. .... -..olivn lUni ' do an mai wu ian. v ...... We can do very little without the < cooperation of the business men of the town and we earnestly request that cooperation. Let us all get to- ' gether and try and make the coming year the best year in Cheraw's existanee. i 1 WHEN 1IE WOI LD FIOIIT BLEASE f Commenting on the situation, or as he called it, "muddle," Senator Til!- ^ man said that, because he had proclained neutrality, it not follow that he must maintain an armed neut a!Ily." . , "But," he said, "if Tom Folder, rr any one else, goes before' the legislature and proves?actually provs ? that Mease is, or has been, crooned, r I'll take sides quick to fight him; for South Carolina is a proud State and t will not stand for rottene.ss if she ^ knows it." % ^ Dr. Cook had to leave the lecture _ hall by the back door to escape the a angry Danes. Some people never can take a joke. j Wpiohi'a dilnk thpv have a device that can be balanced in the a air at any time, but a teterboard v over the barn fence is-as far as we care to go in that direction. 8 ' A Col. Roosevelt and Consular Esco- a bar are arguing as to how the United 0 States acquired the right to build the g Panama canal, but the question as 0 to who struck the Hon. William Pat- 5 terson would be more timely. tl Vi John R. Walsh's relatives say that raft killed him. We are acquainted a With a number of bankers who pay g no attention to the ticker, but con- \ tinue to sit. tight on the lid of their n depositors' money, and somehow ^ they keeff out of jail. y 8] As a New York lawyer gets an aged woman's eBtate of $110,000 $ for giving her his sleeping car berth, e; it would seem as if, when women 6 have street car seats offered them, n they should exert themselves to the e r>v?nnt nf saving "Thank you." T/.ie Darlington .News and Press trade edition of that paper contain- p ing 48 pages, and carries not only a write-up of Darlington, but it crries 34 pages of atp/ertisingj' besides a number of part pages. It is a credit to the town aud to the publishers. A Governor Dlease, in handing out q all rhis bull about being sure to be j elected by a fluke; also that it was reelected, forgets that lie ?was el- p one of Senator Irby's political max- p i:ns that "a Lula hand wins only p once."?Spartanburg Journal. It is reported that a carnival is j headed this way but it is hoped the j town authorities will not permit the ( company to come in. No matter what license the town is able to col- ^ leet from such an aggregation the amount does not compare with what The people surrender to the gamblers and fakers which always ac- 'I company this class of shows. C Porf. L. A. Niven, for two years v./>ou nf thr> fionnrtinont of element- t ary agriculture at Winthrope College, i has resigned his position to accept I a similar position at Clcmson. a \V. F. Cahvell has sold his paper, d the Chester Lantern, and has accept- 1 ed a position with the Columbia Hu- | Mankind Ansriyzed. The man irho lives ?juite up to the 1 best standards of his age, of his peo- i pie, of his neighbors, is not a bad man, i The one who lives on a scale consider- t ably above that of bis age is a good man, no matter how much he may fall below the higher standard of an age . more refined, enlightened and civil- 1 tzcd. _ TEMS OF STATE NEWS IN CONDENSED FORM Some Happenings in South Carolina Briefly Told Duran Cole accidentally shot and tilled his wife at Bennettsvilie on Sunday morning while fooling with a >isto 1 in their home The motor car service over the Southern between Anderson and Sreenville, which was inaugurated ittle more than a year ago, will be ibandoned the first of November. The Southern finds that it does not pay. J. 0. Patterson, of Barnwell, forner congressman from the 6th disrict, is dead. The gin of Mrs. I). E. Hendrlks, fear Hasley, was burned down on Wednesday and with it were burned ifty bales of coton. Clinton Glover, a negro, convicted if attempted criminal assault, has ?een sentenced to hang at St. Georges he 10th of November. The town of Dillon has issued >onds to the amount of $77,000 for vater works and sewerage. At a meeting of the citizens of Gaffley on Friday night a resolution was idopted by unanimous vote to veduce he salary of the mayor from $700 to 100, to reduce the salry of the allermen from $100 to $1 per meeting - in no case to exceed $25 per year -and to have a city recorder at a sal. ry of $50 a month. ithletics Take Final Retaining World Honors. Philadelphia, Oct. 26.?Hail! Phil- , delphia Athletics, champions of the forld for the second successive year. In an exhibition of batting seldom een in a premier baseball series, the .merican league team this afternoon efeated New York in the sixth game f the set by a score of 13 to 2, this iving them the four necessary games ut of the six played to car*y off the aseball greatest honors. It was more ian a mere defeat for the Giants, it as a rout. Philadelphia is celebrating tonight s it has never before observed a reat baseball victory. To defeat New ork in revenge for the trouncing the rational leagers gave them In 1905 ras almost as pleasing to the Athletes as winning the world's championhip itself. With the victory goes 60 per cent of ' 127,910.61, or $76,746.37, of which ach Athletic player will receive $3,. 54,59. The loosers will receive the lainder. $51,164.24, or $2,435.39 for ach New York player. *1 |||hmiiinidiis 01 treasurer ??. Douglass tuby, Tuesday, Nov. 7, 1911. ross Roads, Wed. Nov. 8, 1911 It. Croghan, Thursday, Nov. 9, 1911 atrick, Tuesday, Nov. 14, 1911. edar Creek, Wed. Nov. 15, 1911 IcBee, Tuesday, Nov. 21, 1911 liddendorf, Wed. Nov. 22, 1911 'atarrh, Tuesday, Dec. 1911 efferson. Wednesday and Thursday, Dec. 6 and 7, 1911. 'lains, Friday, Dec. 8. 1911 htdley. Tuesday, Dec. 12, 19)1 'ageland, Wed. and Thurs. Dec 13 and 14. Only until 12 o'clock the 14 hash's. Monday, Doc l^'. 1911. ohn Wallace, Tuesday, Dec 19, 1911 Vals Mill, Wed. Dec. 20. 1911 llieraw, Thurs. and Fri. Dec 21 and 22. 1911 Inow Hill. Monday, Dec. 21, 1911. - t CITATION NOTICE 'lie Slate of South Carolina 'ounty of Chesterfield, By M. J. Hough Probate Judge Whereas, TiHie E. Trotti made suit o me to grant her Letters of Adniinst ration of the listate and effects of I. H. Trotti. These are therefor?, to cite and idmonjsh all and singular the kin. [red and Creditors of the said H. H. Protti, deceased, that they he and ap ear before nie in the Court of Probate o be held at Chesterfield, S. C., on 8th of November next, after publicaion hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore toon, to snow cause, n any iney na?i,vhy the said Administration should cot be granted. 01 veil under my hand and seal his. 31st day of October. Anno Domni 1911. M. J. HOOGH. Probate Judge. 1. E. liSMIIEB HONS DEALERS IN Pure Drugs and Medicines TVanamaker's Ferer Mixture ? 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