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oCocal and &
Other local news on page eight.
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Mrs. J. F. Cordos, of Rock Hill, is
the guest of Mrs. G. K. Duke.
Mrs. C. R Spencer and Miss Janet
.Macfarland are spending a few days
in Marion this week.
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Mr. and Mrs. X. David have returnto
from New York where they spent
several weeks wifch .relatives.
Capt. T. F Malloy and Mrs. Hattie
McKay and Mrs. Annie Hendfix returned
last night from their Florida
v trip.
Mrs. J. T. ATltchem and children, of
Fayetteville, X. C., are the guests of
Mrs. Mitehem'b parents, Mr. and Mrs.
G. F. Duke.
Misses Marv and Vera Strieklin,
have rturned from Lynchburg, S. C.
? where they spert two weeks with relatives.
Misses Isabell and Lois Bishop are
visiting relatives at Newton, X. C. i
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Messrs. C. F. Pendleton and J. D.
Plyler are spending the week hi Richmond.
Va.
Mr. Joe Haiti wanger, of Counibia,
is the guest of his aunt, Mrs. Giles
Crawford, on Green street.
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Mrs. ti. J. c ooper is m Auerueen, j
<!., this week, having been called there ,
on acount of the illness of her mother.
Mrs. Harriet Lynch was called to
Atlanta, (??., Monday on account of
the illness of her sister, Mrs. Rob"bins
Powe.
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Mr. R. B. Davidson, of Columbia,
spent Monday and Tuesday in the city.
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Messrs. \V. H. Laugh ripe, W. D.
Coward, Clyde Coward. David Malloy,
F. W. Wilson and J. F. Reid spent
last Sunday in Monroe, N. C.
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Mr. Cornelius Bundy silent last Sunday
in Wadtsboro, N. C.
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Mr. R. C. Gray spent last Sunday
with his parents in Darlington.
Mr., and Mrs. Drye, of Wasliigton,
D. C., are spending the winter in Che;
raw.
Mrs. G. F. Duke happened to a serious
accident Friday. Returning
from a visit to a neighbor she tripped
on the stops and fell, iauiring her
side, and has been quite ill since.
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Carlotte Russell, an aged and well
known colored woman of this city,
was taken before Judge Hough, at
I Chesterfield,, who, after having a
[ thorough medicii 1 examination, issueu
j a commitment to the State hospital
for the insane en. Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Anderson are
visiting relatives in Richmond, Va.,
this week. ,
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Mrs. R. C. Watts. Miss Gussie and
Miss Courteney ate visiting iu>Columbia
this week.
Mr. Phy Brewer, of Horr.riboro.
spent several days with his lather,
Mr. John Brewer, this week. '
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Mr. Andrew Carrigao, of Society
Hill, has accepted a position with the
Merchants & Farmers Bank, in Cheraw.
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Krauss* Greater Shows will be in
Cheraw the week beginning February!
16th and will show for the benefit nt
the Cheraw Fire Department. J
rhe Victrola is a
urceful entertaii
able ally that never fails
:1 ted many a convcrsa
c callers feel ri^ht at he
when there is no co
is a dull and tedious
ived and is now on
it our store. Come
e it for yourself.
v Drug Co]
rhe Quality Store
The question "Shall the Legislature
Pass a Compulsory Education Law,"
was debated by the Cheraw Lyceum
Tuesday night and decided in the negative
by a vote of 7 to C; quite a number
?ot voting because of a misunderstanding.
The question was then put
in another form, and the vote was
very decidedly in favor of some sort
of a "local option" compulsory law.
Quite a number was present and the
discussion was much enjoyed by all.
The editor of The Chronicle was
struck on the eye by some small object
on Monday, the bruise later developing
into an abcess, as a result
he has been unable to do any work
this week, we therefore ask the indulgence
of our readers.
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Beginning Sunday morning, February
1st. Rev. J. Andrew Smith, of
Statesville, N. C., will conduct an
exangelistic service in the Presbyterian
church in this city. There will
be two services a day for eight days.
The morning service at 11 o'clock,
and the evening service at 8 o'clock.
The morning service will last only
one hour. Arrangements will ne
made to seat all who may attend and
the public is very cordially invited. *'
The Ithaca Concert Company
The Ithaca Concert company will
give one of their popular entertainments
at the Town Hall on Wednesday
night, February 4t)h at 8.30 o'clock
under the auspices of the Civic League
and the U. D. C.
Tickets are on sale at Ladd's Drug
Store. Reserved seats 50 cents; General
admission 35 cents.
(Advertisement.) ^
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cleanest milk vith the lowest bacterial
count of axy milking system yet
devised. The Hopedale Dairy uses
the San-i-lac pa,Js.?Advertisement.
Way to Obey Thai Impulse.
Whenever you :'eel the impulse to
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Pre^dent
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have your insurance \
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Cheraw Insurance
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Ladd Building Over Post (
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The Chronicle On
Facilities
,'s in which you have beue11k,
but there are still many
>s, have never thought of,
st. advantage.
hat department these might
ed.s. If these needs can be
ansaction, we are ready to
faction. Our facilities are y
kept strictly up-to-date.
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Vice-Pree
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Office. Cheraw. S. C.
ly $1 per Year
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