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1 Web f Bed Room Furni M Suits langing iu prices fro to $125.00 !Rugs ranging is prices from to $7.50 Ait Squares 9x12 ft. from 32.50 Chairs from 55 cents to $5.0 Rocking chairs from $1.25 t< , Iron Eeds from $2.75 to $15 Brass Beds fro,m $15.00, $2 $45.00 toattrPSses from $2.00 to $2( Springs from $1.75 to $6.50 $ t, yye wm iff you kindle your (CHER, Picture Frami Always Coi Conservatism, in banking, mei of every customer of the bank, borrower. In pursuance of this policy ' MERS BANK has won the imp 8 inating public, and has establis KimUni, oivnloa 111 tliie SPf'tioil. uaiimiig, viitivi A41 ? The same lionest andjudicio mpted this success is today prot portant interests in this section. We ask your consideration. Merchants & J W. F. Stevenson, D. S. M President Vice-Pre: IT. G. Matheson, ('ashier LOCAL NEWS j (Continued Com page nve.) i f> or 6 doses of "G66" will cure any case of diills and fever. ' Price 25cents. I . I-* " * " Miss Elise Wanamaker. of the Col-] umbia Female college, spent the week ' end at home with her parents. ... j Guaranteed Cadet Hosiery for clil!- 1 dren are wonders. Linen toes, and ' heels and knots. The Evans Co. j1 . * . j' Miss Jennie toward is visiting her I sister. Mrs I?. W. Spencer, in Darl- ' ington. j' " " If you have trouble getting fitted in shoes, why not try Regals? All 1 folks from cities ask for Regals. The Evans Co. A box car was turned completely^ over at Kollock last night as a result of an open switch. * * * Krinkle down for babies cloaks] white, pink and baby blue?50 cents j per yard. The Evans Co. .. . *?. . ? aw Fu iave now gotten ii Suits, Ar itliro Blankets from $1.25 to lIUlv Comforts from $1.00 to m $15.00 Sheets 50c, 75c, and $1 Pillows $1.50 to $5.00 ] 35 cents Bed sPreads *150 t0 * \ $4.00 to DiningRoom! ) 15.00 Dining Tables $6.50 tc Sideboards $7.50 to $75 5.00 and Ditiittg Chairs 55 centj ).00 I IHshe6, $4.50 to 20.00 p I China Closets,- $15.00 ti "avorite Ra be gland to talk to you about the I fire in November and put it out in R AW FU ing done on short nservative 11" i ans conserving the interest 1 large or small, depositor er : , the MERCHANTS & FARlieit confidence of a discrim>hed an enviable position in t us administration which pro- 1 tecting some of the most imi f 1 t 3armers Bank g atheson, II. M. Duvall . sident Vice-President ! ( J. II. Wannamakre, , Ass't Cashier Caul. 2ind Mrs. W. T. Thrower J went over to Columbia yesterday to>? meet their son. Mr. Robert Thrower, I who is there with the Clemson cadets, and incidentally to take in tne State!* (air. j j 1 New arrival Plamate Shoes. They,! bave no equal. The Evans Co. 9 m A slight wreck on the Coast LincC near Wadesboro on Monday in which!I I engineer A. G. Barnes and mail clerkp 0. E. Hamilton were pretty '-atlly l scratched up, and several passengers more or less bruised, caused a ' delay in the running of the southbound that afternoon 1 a a a | Save ton percent, on Ladies underwear?45 cents instead of 50 cents I The Evans Co. (I a a a |, ? -1--A . 1. <1. it is reported mat ur* mmi-i -??> j. conducted Monday at the League Hall i by the Ladies of the Civic League,11 was quite a sueeess. A number of i valuable premiums were awarded. 11 Chamois Gloves for Ladies?the, most servicable kind. The Evans Co. % rniturc i our Fall line of f t Squares a | Parior .00 iJtauicr v^uutuci per pair Parlor Tables 9 * 00 Rockers $1.75 ti Morris Chairs 3 (The Push the Furniture Parlor Lamps $ Electric Lamps ) $75.00 Pictures 50 cen .00 Clocks $2.00 to ' t0 eac^ Carpeting 35 c." er set / Matting 15 to 60 o $40.00 Table Covers 5C We also carry the famous line of nges and B; 3ase Burner, it will heat your house lay. Give us a call. We have our Yours truly, RNITUR Phone 182 nntirp. Complete line Ladies' and Misses Sweaters. The Evans Co. Quite a number of Cherawians are attending the fair in Columbia this iveek. Chiffon and Silk waists to match 'our suit. The Evans Co. m * Mr. Frank Bishop, of Ruby, spent ruesday night in the city. Childrens Bear Skin Coats, ages ?| o 6 years. Attractively priced. Thoj Svans Co. * Miss Lois Bishop and b.othe: j Waster Sherwood, left Monday night j or Oveeda, Florida, to visit relatives, rhey expect to return to Cheraw for| he Christmas holidays. i ... Isn't it nearly Blanket time? On: t ;toek is complete. The Evans Co. . Mr. W. H. Douglass, of near Chestirfield, was a visitor in Cheraw ypserday. Gerniantown and Shetland knitting I ivool?new stock today. The Evans j Hob, the Shoe Man" Quits the Road Mr. R. L. 'ilomlinson, known all m*r South Carolina. Georgia, and Florida as "Hob, the Shoe Man," ha^ lesigned his position as traveling' alcsinan for the Smith-Brisco? Shoe Company of Petersburg, Va., and has located in Charleston, S. C. Bon's ;-herry smile will be missed by a large number of people throughout (he territory he has been covering for the past ten or twelve years. and we will surely miss him here Ir Cheraw where he made his home for several years before going; on the road and where he had made his i.euuquaj leis since. It will be recalled that about the' first of the year Bob opened up aj irst class retail shoe store on King -treet in Charleston, and the phenomenal growth of this business necessitated his retiring from the road in order to bestow his entire lime to this business. The Chronicle wishes Bob well in i his new business and new home, but | wishes he had decided to locate. heve1 in Cheraw. j Com J ine and medium p nd Rugs Furniture Kit< s $20.00 to $40.00 Stoves an 0 c. to $35.00 Safes *3.( 3 $20.00 Tables $1 _A 4 OA AA Kitchen C 17.50 to 20.00 Button and rest kind) We a,s 1.25 to $5.00 household $15.00 to $35.00 A _ A. _ 9 ~ AA I 13 lo Cases $1 $" 50 taint; $3.5 to $1.50 the yard < to $1.50; ' cents the yard small Hef I cents to $1.75 coal. ase Burners more evenly than rfteam heat. Let prices In line with 8 1-2 cent cotton. E COM Watch for our ac "5"Call Meeting; There will be a meeting of the Civic League tomorrow afternoon at 4.30 oclock at the school building. Let all members attend. t Black silk Velooze Button Boots for Ladies?Stunner Last?$4.00? some class to these. The Evans Co. Card of Thanks, We wish to thank our many friends and neighbors for their loving kindness during the sickness and death jf our little boy, Harris Stantoni Most especially Dr. McClellan and Miss Scott. Mr. and Mrs J T Stanton. The new Street Hats ju3t in are very becoming. The Evans Co. FOK SALE? No. 5 Underwood typewriter. Good as new. Will sell chpan for cash. Apply at The Chronicle Gage Hats look good in any crowd. The Evans Co. At the conclusion of the court of general sessions at Lancaster on last Wednesday. Judge Watts passed sentence on Henry Kee, for the muriier of Sam Dye. and Mack Hood, for the murder of Walker Dunlap, sentencing the into hang on December 8. Doth parties are negros. These will be the first legal hangings in Lancaster in twenty one years. The last hanging was that of Roach Catoe and Will Clyburn for the murder i of Gus Hennis. Out of the twelve' murder cases to come up at this term, all except two were tried. Two were convicted of murder in thp first degree, one with the recommendation to mercy, and one of manslaughter-Fort Mill Times. On account of the absence of the rector. Rev. A. S. Thomas, the services that, were to be held in St. David's church yesterday commemorative of "All Saints Day" was called of. Dentil of Little Harris Stnnton. After an illness of about two weeks, little Harris, the two year old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas Stanton, died last Saturday morning. The funeral services were conducted at St.David's church on Sunday morning. I pany j riced C :hen Furniture f d Ranges, $7.50 to 85.00 A ' 10 to $5.50 W* .75 to $3.50 m rabinates $12.50 to $25.00 W 0 carry a variety of other m 1 goods such as Trunks m cents to $40.00; Oak Beds mf 18.00; Globe-Wernike Book ^ 2:.o0 to $18.00; Hall Cur- W 0 to $7.50; Door Mats 75c. m, Suit CaseB $1.00 to $20.00; * iters $1.25 to $18.00, wood or " i M mS -P Jt us pany^H next week. Bridges to Let >>y County On Tuesday, the day let the to bridge across Cedar creek son near Mr. C. C. Also onWednesday, the Nov. contract brigde across Bear creek, Martin Contracts will be each day at place for bridge. Will reserve the right to rejec([^^^^^^H or Knight, Supervle.^^^lBH Rubber Made From Beans. It k?6 taken the Germans to uao beans for making rubber. The process has Just been patented. It colslsts In extracting a thick oil from the soya bean, treating this with nitric acid, and then heating the material to a given temperature, whereupon it becomes viscid and tough like crude rubber. It can then be vulcanized by the addition of sulphur the same as vegetable rubber, and used for the same purposes. Fitting Procedure. If you want money, go to strangers, if you want advice, go to friends; If you want nothing go to relations.? Llpplncott's.