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Strong locks fi Secure ! vuaranree M 1 \jetus 1 take care I Bank your money and pay our bank. Then you will nave you spend and what you spend . much money FOOLISHLf then "WASTE is the one big folly / do so if you keep your money YOUR POCKETS. ' You want to GET AIIEAI your money. Do YOUR banki We pay FOUR per tent intere TU* TJfA lSJcr 1 iiu ruoi iju MASTER'S SALE. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA County of Chesterfield. Pursuant to a Decree heretofore granted in the case of J. G. Camp- I bell vs. Leander Roberts, et. al., I 'I will offer for sale before the Court fj House door In Chesterfield., jS. C., *1 between the legal hours of sale, on ^ j first Monday in February, sam< 1 ^BBrbGlrc- following describ; ed real estate, to wit: All that certain piece, parcel or tract of land in the above State and [ County, containing one hundred ana fifteen (115) acres, more or less, bounded North by lands of J. K. Johnson: East by lands formerly owned by M. F. Graham; South by .<, lands of A. A. Campbell; and West by lands of H. N. Johnson. r Terms of Sale: One-third cash. ''?j one-third in one year, and one-third cr in two years; the deferred payments St to bear interest at the legal rate of interest, and to be secured by note ^ of the purchaser and mortgage of the .-> premises with the privilege of paying ,'j all cash. pj P. A. MURRAY, Jr., Master Chesterfield County. f,r NOTICE Notice is hereby given, that there ^ will be a meeting of the stockholders Cl of Merchants & Farmers Dank at its ly office in Cheraw, S. C., on February A 6. 1.914, ut 12 o'clock M., or as soon thereafter as business can proceed, to consider a proposition to increase the capital stock to at least one hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars. By order of the Board of Directors W. P. STEVENSON, President. | k w it TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE CITIZENS LOAN & TRI'ST CO. w di li - - il.n There will be a meeting ui we ( lr stockholders of The Citizens Loan k 15 Trust Company in the office of P. A. j* Murray. Jr., Cheraw, S. C., on Feb. C, lit 14. at 11 o'clock n. m., for the pur- m pose of considering the increase of the cajiital stock of said Trust Com- 1 pany from $I to $2.1,000. M. 15. Smith, President. u . 1< An Ideal Woman's Laxative. C Who wants to take salts, or castor ei oil, when there is nothing better than |>, Dr King's New Life Pills for all bowel yi troubles. They act gently and natur- r< ally on the stomach and liver, stinm- l\ late and regulate your bowels and t< tone up the entire system. Price 2.">c. t< All druggists. H. E. Hucklen & Co., b Philadelphia or St. Louis.?Advertise- V meut. N f s your bills with checks on a correct account of what t for. You won't spend so to guard against; you will in OUR BANK instead of f ), don't you? Then bank ng with US. st compounded quarterly. tional Bank Words of Praise For Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy irrr "IIow thankful wc are fc >j, T'' y?u )or Setting a hold o i'"ur wonderful Remedy jSMSr'WISjMll My wife could not hav \mr7 had but a short time to liv Wovi'-v i^.E'lc hid not taken you Sjff " \ 1 Wonderful Remedy whci S'JC t,ne morc ?f 'hog i'tML P?ro?ysm pains she wa -h "I having would have killct /^-T^W\V.v ^cr NV''hout a doubt. No\ If. ?he i* free from all pain f, j I ' I 4 free from heart trouble am I free from that disturbing I | Neuralgia?all the result: of five treatments?ant expulsion of five or six hundred Gal incs. Now she is able to eat anything sin :its and her appetite is good and befon ing your medicine she hid no appetite ant en she ate anything she would sutler dcatl so doing and coultl not sleep at night ec taking your treatment she sleeps well al 'it long. T. A. Nk.VI.Ii, Konnolte, Texas.' rn? n1.?vs lct!-r should convince vnu mori in anything we could say in behalf o ijt'h Wonderful Stomach Kenedy. Suf ers should try one d..s? of this !<?. medy? e dose rhottld convince 111 in that tliev car reinrcd to health. Nearly all Stomacl Invrits are eatir.e<l by the clogging of tin rsiinal tract with mucoid and catarrhal 3' t; ns allowing poisonous liuids into ti.i niach and otherwise deranpulp the direstivi item. Muyr's Wonderful Momarli Kerned] ir.hssly removes these accretions without s ' eical operation arid puts 'an end to Coli< iris. Cases ir. the Stomach and Intestine! I nil of the usual symptoms of Stomach err and Intestinal Ailments. Ask yotn irrelet about Maya's Wonderful Stonuvel roedy or send to Ceo. II. Mayr. Mfg mist, 151 Whiting St., Chicago, 111., foi e booklet on Stomach Ailments and man] tr fnl letters from people who have btei iiorcd. Sold in Cheraw by J. T. Ladd. Chronic Constipation Cured* "Five years ago 1 had the wors se of chronic constipation I eve ie\v of, and Chamberlain's Tablet: red inc." writes S. F. Fish, Hrook ii. Mich. Forsale by all dealers.ivcrtisement. it is yoi k kidneys: n't Mistake the Cause of You 1.t ii,,.,..,,. rsii,,... (>ives a Valuable Hint. Many peo]?le never suspect thei dneys. If suffering from a lam eak or aeliing hack they think tlia is only a muscular weakness; whei inary trouble sets in they think i ill soon correct itself. And so it i nil <IM Hie oilier iii|moiii.-> 01 nmih1 sorders. That is where dancer oftei ^s. Von should realize that 'lies oublcs often lead to dropsy o right's disease. Ail effective reined r weak or disordered kidneys i nan's Kidney I'ills. Head the ex Tience of a resident of Choraw* wli is tested Doan's. John it. Walters, Kershaw street leraw, S. says: 4*| had haekaeh id my kidneys didn't do their wor i they should. Doan's Kidnex Dili ere procures and it didn't take tliei iiji to give 1110 relief." ,\ir. Walters is only one of man tieraw people who have grateful! iorsed Doan's Kidney Tills. If you lek aelies?if your kidneys botlie ?u, don't simply ask for a kidne medy?ask distinctly tor lloan' idiiey Tills, the same that Mr. Wal rs had?the remedy backed by horn stimony. ;">0c all stores. Foster-Mil irn Co., Drops., Buffalo, N. Y. "Who our Back is Lame?Remember til ame."?Advertisement.? No. 4. Report of Count; Third and Fo of Yeai Jamas and Eliza Axum 2.50! Lsahcllu Johnson 5.00 | Esther Atkinson 250 C. i). J Joan 2.50 | Adam MeKarlnn 5.00 W. II. Smith G.00 Caroline Raker 3.00 Cvntha C'atoc 2.50 John Giodwin 2.50 1) A Wilkerson 2.50 Martha Leary 2.50 W. X . Brantley 2.50 YA Purvis 2.50 John and Sarah Kodgcrs 5.00 Carolina Patrick 2.50 Rachel I licks 2.50 Xancy Sullivan 3.00 W E Johnson 3.00 William jioes -?.vv? Calvin Powe ' 2.50 Granville Mills '2.50 Louisa Melton 1 2.50 M. J. Davis ' 2.50 Alice Iluggins 2.50 Ij. D. Robinson 2.50 Malinda Coe 2.50 Eliza Ann Brown 2.50 Klmira Welsh 5.00 J. O. Edwards 2.50 J. O. Edwards 2.50 Alfred McRae 2.50 Louis Jackson 2.50 - Amanda Sutton 2.50 Mrs. M. Decker 2.50 Ilulda Rodgers 2.50 Bet tie Rollings 2.50 Mary Jackson 2.50 Rachel Campbell 2.50 Henrietta Beaver 2.50 D f Randall Hammonds 2.50 = Mary Brown 2.50 r William McBride 2.50 e 'acsar Rodgers 2" i Catharine Talbcrt 2.50 . Hannah Grant 2.50 \ Rilla Melton 3.00 l Massey Jordan 2.50 Mary E. McQuague 2.50 i Harriett Stanley 2.00 ! Mary Goodwin 2.50 Henry Steen . 5.00 r Albert Brewer , 2.50 1 A. Sullivan, Poor House 55.50 1 1). M. Barcntine, Clk Bd 25.00 I 11. T. Atkinson. Coroner 18.75) ; C. R. Sellers, chain gang 15.47 [ G. E. McGray, R. and B. 6.25 s Sandy Rivers, chain gang 25.00 ; G. M. Rrogers, Mngisrate 50.00 | J. A. Arant, constable 37.50 [ M. MeCaskill, Magistrate 14.58 r ^ 1 J. X. McLaughlin, Constable 14.58 M. 1). & II. L. Smith Co. chain gang 28.25 Walker Kvans & Cog??shell 1 Co., stationery 14.7.") r s Cordv Winlnirn spec levy 200.40 ' .1 1% Afjertoiij spec levy 456.33 P. A. Xieholrfon spec, levy 282.04 Karlv llorton, ! . ami 1>. 7.38 K. F. Taylor, r. and It. 13.54 r J. II. Wallace, r. and b. 13,54 I). F. Brock, Magistrate 16.60 .1. ('. Rivers, ATa^ristratc 20.28 r J. W. Brock, Constable 17.40 ''I F. M. Moore, Constable 20.82 f I ' n Jit. Crojrhan Mere. Co. * J chain gang 80.75 y i J. C. Baker & Co., c. jr. 6.05 'Ml. P. Manjrnm, salary ( Ik. 125.00 r Alvin Blakeney, janitor 16.00 ^ j 1. P. Manjrnn, exp. as elk. 4.31 - W. T. Davis, Constable 16.66 0 j-l. AV. Dnsley, Maoist rate 08.74 t. j Tlieo. Winbiirn, Constable 57.27 ? !. W. Burr. poor house .1.00 s I). I*. Douglass, jail repor 04.00 11 I). I'. Douglass, salary ]2-">.t (> y I). 1\ Douglass, Ivxp. 10.(!4 \ Carolina Printinjr Co. 11.40 r -I. X. Davis, salary and eons. 33..4.4 ? ). A. AVelsli. Magistrate 2.1.00 l- R. A. Rouse, salary 8.1.33 l? Ddoui Bros. Co., n chain gang 7.56 e dies. Telephone Co., 5.00 y Supervisor for urth Quarters r 1913 < Ilurst-Streater Co.. , chain gang 46.4-3 F. AC King, Constable 16.00 #J. AV .AlcCassidy, Alagistrate 16.00 , R. A. Rouse, desk 28.50 , C. 11. Redfearn, e. g. 29.33 Davis & Rivers chain gang 73.7". Ernest AV. Aloorc, Rural 1'. 81 15 Cheste-vc I Advertiser 12.0'" 1*. C. AleLaurin, Rural P. 75.00 ?Jiis. T. Grant, Rural P.. 75.00 J. \V. Raseoe, Alagisrate 16.66 Catherine AIcLean, poor 2.50 G. A. Ala Hoy, Constable 22.73 Dr. 1). T. Teal, Co. Phy. 20.80 Thurlow Relic, Afagistrate 22.91 llarrv Rros., Co., r. and b. 1097.00 \ W .1 Tiller, eradicating cattle ticks, 100.00 AV. J. Tiller, salary Dera. 33.33 The Galvin Iron AVks. Co. 33.33* II. F. King, salary and ex. 101.51 T. AV. Ed dins, .salary . 40.00 J. C. Sanders, salary 12.30 J. L. Smith, r. and b. 55.56 R. L. Rryan Co., stationery 1.36 \V. A. Douglass, premium on bond and salary 120.00 C. & L. Railroad, freight on culverts 108.00 Walker Evans & Coggshall stationery 21.28 Walker Evans & Cog.sliali stationery 1.50 A. Sullivan, poor house 37.28 Griggs Eros, r. and b. 3.15 J. E. Munn' r. and b. 32.43 R. L. Ililton, r. and b. 75.63 D. IT. McGregor, r. and b. 3.50 Pageland Journal 6.10 Pageland Journal 9.35 1 Tavlbr Eros. Co. c. g. 22.73 ' K. F. Taylor commutation 496.07 C. M Funderburk, drayage 2.50 John W. Eurr, poor bouse 5.25 . F. M. Moore, Constable 23.42 J. C. Rivers, magistrate ' 20.82 J. T. Grant., Rural Police 75.00 ' II. T. Atkinson, coroner 18.75 J. II. Hardin, post mortem ' 5.00 Mt. Croghan Merc. Co. 81.09 I). F. Erock, Magistrate 16.66 J. W. Erock, Constable, 16.66 Chesterfield Dry Goods Co. poor house 4.25 < It. F. Robinson, r. audb. 10.00 J. A. Welsh, Magistrate 25.00 W. T. Davis, Constable 9.99 i J. X. Davis, Constable 20.83 1. W. Rascoe, Magisrate 16.6^ Odom Eros Co., e. g. 10.10 < J. R. Odom, r. and b. 90.00 i ('lies. Telephone Co. 5.00 < J. C. Baker & Co., c. g. 2.25 Ernest W. Moore, Rural P. 75.00 C. R. Sellers, e. g. 47.77 Landy Rivers, chain gang 25.00 R. A. Rouse. Siipt. Edu. 83.33 < W. J.Tiller, salary 33.33 < C. L. Crowley, Constable 6.66 J. X. McLaughlin, Cons 14.58 G. A. Shcrrill, spec. r. levy 1423.38 1'. C. McLaurin, Jiural i'. lo.uu: I. P. Manguin, Alvin Make- M 1 ley's sal. and ex. 20.83 < \V. J. Pollard, feeding 2 inule.s 5.25 : Uloe ?">|(|i!)suo;) 'Xo||i?|V' v *0 " Thurlow Helk. Magistrate 22.01 Chesterfield Advertiser 10.00 ?r. A. Davis, chain gang 2.00 . Walker Evans C. Co. handcuffs for sheriff 4.04 . Chora w Chronicle 8.00 . 1. X. Strieklin S.00 : Dr. I). T. Teal, physician 20.88 . T. M. King. Constable 35.20 I. \\\ MeCas.sidv Magistrate 4G.00 T. Melton, wood for jail lfi.00 Theo. Winburn, Constable 14.50 C. F. King, constable 4.00 T. C. Melton, spec com. 201.75 D. P. Douglass, jail report 41.70 1). P. Douglass, salary 125.00 D. P. Douglass, expenses 62.05 < T. W. Eddins, salary 40.00 < Armfield Ildw Co., gang 68.72 J. C. Sanders Co., com. 6.10 -J. E. Sowell, spec. r. levy 336.31 A. Sullivan, poor house 63.73 U. E. McRae, r. and b. 25.75 AV. \j. Jordan, r. and b. 25.10 J. D. "Watts, r and b. 3.00 f. E. Agerton, r. and b. 4.50 I). AC Barcntine, r. and b. 30.90 R. Sellers, chain gang 42.97 J. W. Brock, ordinary 16.66 J. C. Rivers, ordinary 20.83 9 | ('lies. Telejihone Co. o.OO 1). F. Brock, ordinary 16.66 C. L. Crowley, ordinary 16.66 J. AV. Ro.scoe, ordinary 16.66 F. AC Moure, ordinary 28.03 Art. Croghan Alere. Co. 61.67 J. AV. Burr, poor house 5.00 J. N. Davis, Constable 24.83 J. A. Welsh, Ala gist rate 25.00 Rivers Bros, chain gang 18.80 R. A. Rouse, Supt. Edu. 83.33 I. P. Alanguin, salary ex. 20.22 Joe Batliff, chain gang 1.30 i H. T. Atkinson, corouer 18.75 Ernest AV. Aroore, Rural P. 75.50 Jame.s T. Crant, Rural P. 75.00 " ^ ^ ii _ i, 14 an \V, IV. sellers, r. anu u. F. \V. Rivers, com. 128.00 W. J. Tiller, ordinary 33.33 L. J. Rivers, chai gang 10.00 W. D. Craig, ordinary 53.40 L. J. Rivers, r. and b. spec. 125.00 D. G. Jordan, reward for Dunbar 25.00 I). P. Douglass, ex. 57.35 i I). P. Douglass, salary 125.00 D. P. Douglass, jail report 52.30 J. W. MeCa.ssidy, salary 16.10 Mrs. L. L. Poison, poor 10.00 J. M. King, Constable 20.00 E. W. Clark, ordinary 19.80 D. T. Teal, physician 20.83 P. C. McLaurin, Rural P. 83.30 Dr. J. E. Lucas, chain gang 5.00 HurstStreater Co., 8.25 Thurlow Belk, Magistrate 22.91 G A Malloy, constable 22.91 Armfield Hdw. Co. 62.15 J W. J. Teague, ordinary 15.00 jM Candy Rivers. ukain g. 'go.OO't Walter Johnson, chain g. 25.00 , jjH II. F. King, Supervisor 102.53 \ T. W. ddins, .salary 40.00 ^ W. A. Douglass, salary 80.00 Ds II. Means, (S. F. Com.) * 4 Insurance on jail 7.00 D. II. Means, Insurance on Court House 47.50 S^rah Brown and others 2.50 James and Eliza Axum 5.00 Isabella Johnson '5.00 Esther Atkinson 2.50 C. I). Bonn 2.50 Adam McFarlan 5.00 W. II. Smith 6.00 Caroline Baker 3.00 r < il... / O CA I yillllit l fllUf ?..0\J John Goodwin 2.50 I). A. Wilkerson 2.50 Martha Lcarv 2.50? \Y. N. Brantley 2.50 V. A. Purvis 2.50 loliji and Sarah Rodgers 5.00 Caroline Patrick 2.50 Rachel I licks 2.50 N'aiicv Sullivan 3.00 W. !<: Johnson 3.00 Win. Miles 3.00 Calvin Powo 2.50 Granville Mills 2.50 Louisa Melton 2.50 M. J. Davis 2.50 Alice Iluggins 2.50 L. I). Robinson 2.50 Malindn Coe 2.50 Kliza Ann Brown 2.50 Klinira "Welsh 5.00 T. (). Edwards 2.50 Alfred McRae 2.50 Louis .Taekson 2.50 Amanda Sutton 2.50 Mrs. M. Decker 2.50 Kulda Rodjrcrs 2.50 Bettie Jackson 2.50 Rachel Campbell 2.50 Henrietta Beaver 2.50 Randall Hammonds 2.50 Mary Brown 2.50 Wm. McBride 2.50 Caesar Pegues 2.50 Catlirine Grant 2.50 <>