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? C tr ^ ^ ^ t iwmi v u U ^Bl'" ment i II Mm IA | the firs H \ &est 1 jjl Jl Jjj ?H Men's Work Shoes from $. HI 75 cents anc$1.00 the pair; e =H Men s Work Shirts 50 cents = Tl 1flf T/A/-1 r* * - ? - . uuai ictcivcu a new s>uijjiuv i Ijj colors and blocks, from $1.5( == Call on us wfu-n in town. I TEAL-JONE wiiiiiiia'iaiiiiiBiiiaiiiiiiriiaiiiiiiB - 1- First National I OF V W A f. 2LJI.\. .""A 1 I 77h: 0v ^tL.al Da '\ /; T No depono v j South Car< >1i?ih ii Strict Supervision by \J, S. Go\ Pays interest on Savings i)el WRITE US AND START AN ACCOUNT Wm. Godfrey, > dward Mclve , ' . r\ 1 J A w Tt ? V ^ vresiaeni vice rre??ueni a?? ?? 9 9 9 9 i carlo..* :: I FINE YOUNG M | LARGE AND 5MA : Just Arrived ^ - -3 Prices Right Terr j/Il . - : . .... _ ^ iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiifliiiiifliiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiii 'ICKING | ir new Spring line is an easy jjj Every style is : winner and was ^ with a view to satisfy every de- jg| flip cmarf Hrpocor U?V UA a1UI t A^l VC9UV1 : call now while the assort- | s complete and be one of || t to feast your eyes on the jj line ever shown in this (J = ===== :es and Quality | T AO A MTCCH J ni\r\l ^1 1 LiJLiJL/ 1.50 and up. Men's Overalls M ixtra sizes S3.25 to $1.50. g t. ' Sat" r Spring in a!! the jj 3 to $o.u0 m We art ..a.tinj? : ..ervc >~u. w | * ruby Messrs. M. L. Raley and R. P. Gi ??| | ' s /n nave pone ro 'Plotun on busines Miss Eloise Wright spent the wee end at her home in Cheraw. ? Mr. Bivons Smith, of Wexford. w ffl . ,n t?wn Monday on his way h.u j E || from Hot Springs, Ark. Mr. Carl Threatt, who is worki ' in Morven, N. C., spent Sunday ai , Monday with his parents here. Mr. Robert Douglass, formerly ' -It. Croghan, has taken Mr. W. 1 F.ddins' place in the bank.# , , . I I Mr. !> A. Campbell has a remai : ? OlUlty J -^ble turkey hen. Since fall she h I 1' fty-five eggs. " - ' i Mr. W. It. Eddins has accepted I I ..motion a. book-keeper with Mr. ! v S ID j. S *" "?vgor. **r. H. C. A!!en goes ovc ' ' an ,f , * II rot?"* i . .1 very >nort v hiie ti.cse da "i iuddy roads, thanks to his Fo - - ? -** i j boLod.. vernmsnt ! Wr- Wright visited his sisti vciiim in t Miss Eloise, here last Friday and i .. j companied her back to Cheraw. pOSltS J ^ Mr. H. II. llarrall made a busim | I trip to Bennettsville recently. | I At least one Sunday school in tot RY MAI! ' i t ill observe "Come to Sunday Sch< | 1 Day." rhe superintendent of t | I I'res yte: ian school announced I; I ; un<lay that he hoped to have o ii | i.unarcd present Feb. 11. "If y v-T. Godfrey |> I don't Cuinc you'll be lonesome." ^ashier . j fxal estate for sale; ii money to loa z^r-=:0. Money to loan on improved fai i bind; five year loans; cheap rate interest; also real estate for sale, 1 p;ood terms. Chesterfield I.oan & Insurance Co., "" W. J. Douglass, M^r. j notice to the stock hold ei _ * of the redfearn com pan 7i E T*- ^ * NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 1 1 lL ? THE STOCKHOLDERS OF TI _____ J c -vEDFEARN COMPANY that the BE&JMflCSfiiM J o vvill be a meeting of said stockholdf | J "t Twelve, Noon, Friday, Februa I 2 i I J', 1917, in the store building of T * < Tiedfeurn Company, Chesterfield. 2 j for the purpose of voting on J soiut'on lo liquidate and dissol m| c . he Redfenrn Company. % Notice given this January 15, 191 Z. T. REDFEARN, Presidei w , 47 D E. REDFEARN, Secretai r..ji . *. ? ? CITATION NOTICE ft > I ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, ' ? County of Chesterfield. I5y M. J. Hough, Probate Judge: 0 , Whereas ,Mrs. Minnie R. Rive j made suit to me to grant her Lette of Administration of the Estate ni e'fects of W A Riuoi-a <l.^noon<l . * These are therefore, to cite and a ns to ouit r. onish all and a ovular the kindrJ and creditors of the said W. A. Hi oi'S, deceased, that they be and appe r. nefore me, in the Court of Probate, held at Chesterfield, S. C., on tl 1 <4 day February, at 11 o'clock ^ ?? II??? I tfhcrt Jtemtt cf; Mr. J. S. McGregor, of Ruby was in town Tuesday. 6 Mr. B. F. Clark, of Pageland, was 1 in town Friday. = Mr. C. A. ,Edgeworth, of Ruby, was g = in town on Monday. ^ = Mr. G. W. Threat, of Jefferson, = was in town Monday. :r O = Mrs. M. C. Durant is convalescent h 1 after an attact of grip. h = When you want tire# for Ford Car#, o E it will pay you to see Odom Bros. Co. * = They have rare bargain#. Tire# have r = advanced but they will #ell them to E you at before-the-war price#. 11 = Magistrate G. M. Rodgers, of Page- ( = land, was in town Monday. = Mr. Loyd Evans has opened ud a = grocery store on Page St. * ' = Prof Coker has moved to the hand= some new bungalow on West Main St. 1 = That New Orleans Molasses is the | stuff to put on your biscuit. It is . = liquid joy. Get it at Odom Bro.t. Co. r = while it lasts. , = Supervisor E. R. Knight was in , | town Monday and Tuesday. Mr. j | Knight's special attention is called ( ? to the miserable condition of the road . 1 lie leading west from Chesterfield to < = Ruby, Mt. Croghan and Pageland. I = The road for three miles just west of I | Chesterfield is almost impassible. , = Mrs. C. L. Melton and little son, , = Carol, left for McP.ee Tuesday after t = spen<ling the week end with Mrs. Mel- | = ton's mother, Mrs. J. E. Meehan. 'j = Magistrate Riley Evans is now able = to be out again alter his recent ill- . = ness. Mr. Evans' friends were glad = to see him in Chesterfield Monday. = We are selling shoes at the prices . = that were in vogue before the ad- ] = vance. It will pay vou to call and H look over our stock before buying. If ( ?? u/p ran hi vmi fk* I = tamr 11 it was three years ago. ODOM BROS. CO. Mr. P. A. Murray, Jr., has been ?? spending the past seveial weeks in ' H Columbia in the iterest of the bill i == n>>w pending w-?f?>re me General As-1 == semhly to pur?.i.nse 1 W) copies of Mr. j Murray's work on c?-iniinal law. Mr. ^ Murray's friend.; are -'ad that the | == Ways and Means Committee have i = \oted favorably on this bill and it =1 seems assured of passage. 1 THE BIG~fl ibis, k <>u ^ IE " ro The Ernest Gamble Concert Party r* i up iuci mat tin* Ih the fourteenth j ry roiiMpcutIve niid BUcceMful neaaon la j jje eloquent teatlmony that Thp Camhle j ^ Party la a great favorite with mualc lover*. v; | ;r mm Ml et Jl ? - ~T?- PAm.Bto the ChaoUo* HB^tf^jH^^^^nendldlyflttedbj %ccal Jhitere&t ? V Rural Policemen Lee Melton, JiMl Griffith and P. C. McLaurin wera in )wn Monday. Lumber is being placed unJtt.the Tounds of the Baptist Chu|y(Ai prearatory to the erection of ih/tir new Sunday school rooms. We have in stock at al)ittaM corn, ats, mill feed, cotton H|g jsesl and ulls, dairy feed, salt, as4 molasses, torse feed. Our prices are right, and ur goods are right, and we are right, nd if you trade with us you will do ight. ODOM BROS. CO. Mr- R U U i i-* -? ? ? . w&jois uas it;i ine con- | ract for a handsome new dwelling on Jroen St. Mrs. R. E. Hanna is visiting her jarcnts, Mrs. C. E. Summer, in Newjerry. Miss Cora Craig left Friday for Atanta to visit her brother, Mr. W. H. >aig. Messrs. L. H. Trotti, J. A. Welsh, N. J. Hanna and A. W. llursey left Tuesday for an extended hunting and I fishing trip in Florida. They are | naking the trip in Mr. Welsh's tourng car and expect to be gone for sev;ral weeks. It is needless to say that fame and fish in Florida are sure for iestruction. There is no use saying anything shout Melrose Flour. Everybody knows if you want the best flour, you vill get Melrose. There is none "just ts good as Melrose," and there is none better; it is all inferior to Melrose. Be wise and buy Melrose. > ODOM BROS. CO. GENERAL REPAIR SHOP We have opened a general repair shop 1 Vfe miles south of Chesterfield, at Oakland, on the Chesterfield and McBee road, at the Big Pine. We will do a first-class general repair line of work on buggies, wagons and farm implements, guns and fire-arms of all descriptions. We can furnish any part, new, for any make of fire-arm. We can stock and repair defects on barrels. A. A. Jr., and D. F. DOUGLASS Chesterfield, Route 4 FOR SALE Cow, fresh in milk; hogs, different ages. J. C. DOUGLASS, Chesterfield Route 4. 48p I . * ~ HREE-DAY 1 CHA WEDNESDAY, Feb. 14th, Afternoon and Night: The Hawkeye Glee Club and Dr. W. T. S. Culp will be the attraction*. The Glee Club is described a* four fine young men who exdell in harmony and wholesome humor. Dr. Culp is a speaker of tremendoui power, a master of satire, keen wit and kindly humor. THURSDAY, the 15th, Gertrude Paynekinski, wonderful pianist, and Herbert and Floy Mahon Sprague, In (harming sketches and playlets. or. w. t. s. cuip.minuting and Interpreting Ideals. A student of great themes und a speuker it treinendoiiH force niul prophetic vldon. A master of brilliant satire. BUILD UP YOU THE LAND OP In all ths hlatary of this nouthorn I whin "Opportunity" has boon to Inniatsi AI i- -M - * ' ' ? "??? ?nw wnwn wt inaunry art wmn Ing to bring forth the treasures of min? n unselfish "pulling together," good oi tho groat oity of tomorrow out of tho s< FIFTEEN HUNDRED S0UT1 Botwoon tho Potomac and tho Qt town* liko yours. Boms largor, oomo si of Cnglish-speaking, nativo-born Amsr ontiro United Btatos. Thoro to a larg? shuroh attendance, and thoro io a high thooo towns thon in any othor section ? man or young woman loaves one of tho of tho groat cities, thoy leave behind t than thoy will evor find elsewhere. YOU NEED YOUR BOYS AND You must hold our Boys and girls I attractive spot en earth. A "dead tewr give them clean, decent omusemeht mm thm a chance for so g rear a eareer whore. THE BIO THIN08 There lo an abundant opportunity t country for every en* of yeur young m greatest success. You need them in d meting mors scientific farming, in mal ehurohoo, in building better roads, in bringing In up-te>date methods of met tions, in beautifying yeur hemes. THE BOOSTER CI Chauti mmmm 11 ii i ^aeBegagg" [Iia Y|?U ARE W vited to c s era?m?; first sho> I WWhite ( ' Madras I Goods for Spring. 5 to get an early star son's sewing. 5 This first showing of 1 2 to 10 cents per yard cl later. See new materi J Striped Madras * Sport Stripe Voile 9 Sheer Plaid Flaxon " Imported French Nainsook ' Novelty Check Gabardine | ? Basket Check Gabardine S ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OI 2 CALE, SEA ISLAND, CH'KD | L. M. E\ 2 The Yellow Store # ?????????^ ? < FOR SALE COKER NO. 9 LONG STAPLE Cotton Seed, recleaned and graded. See what leading buyers say: Cheraw, S. C., Jan. 25, 1917. Mr. L. L. Parker, Pageland, S. C. Dear Sir: The fifteen bales of cotton bought from you last fall at 30 cents per pound measured full one and five sixteenths to one and three eighths inches. We consider it the best lot of staple cotton we have ever bought. (Signed) MALLOY & CO. Made a bale per acre last year. Price, $2.00 per bushel. L. L. PARKER, Pageland. LAND POSTED I hereby forbid hunting, hauling or cutting or any trespassing whatever on my premises. 60p B. C. Alexander, Middendorf BOOSTER a UTAUQUA I i (ON THURSDAY will be held a big i I rfoll Weevil Congrevs at which *uch speaker* as W. W. Long, David R. Colter and other competent authori> ties will speak in the forenoon. . . . i FRIDAY, the 16th, the Ernest Gam< ble Concert Company will entertain i afternoon and night. This company is superb. There is no better. A WONDERFULLY GOOD PROGRAM to which all Chesterfield I County is invited. Farmers are urged to attend in the morning of Thursday. mm a ' B Br# ! N F Jprnmp ?A man of forcefuI " iciuiiic. attainments. For ucurly a quarter of a century identified with the minlHtry. He Ih member of the Michigan atate legislature. He brlnga to the Chautau<|ua platform a personality which inspires confidence. R_H0ME TOWN "OPPORTUNITY." and of ours there has never been a time ntly knocking at the deer aa new. Ivory ing, while the piok and plow are prepar* t and field. By oe-operation ef effort, and itizens may lay the foundation and buiid mall town of today. TERN TOWNS LIKE YOURS. If of Mexico there are fifteen hundred rtallar. Thay inoluda a largar percentage 'icana than any ethar aimilar araa of tha ir paroantaga af church mambarahip and ar moral tona pravailing in tha hamoa of >f thia graat oountry. Whanavar a yaung ?a towns ta aaak hia or har fortuna in ana ham a battar honja and battar inffuonoaa 0IRL8 TO BUILD YOUB TOW*. ?y making tha Mold homo town" tha moat i" will navar hold tham. You hava gat ta t antartainmant, and you hava gat ta giva t ho ma aa thay think thay can find else* EIGHT AT HOME. 'l0fc&'4n your town and in tfia surrounding an Hiid yaung woman to achiava tha vary svaloping your natural rasourcas, In pro(ing battar schools, In atrangthonlng your promoting manufacturing enterprises, In rahandising, in improving sanitary eondi* LUB CHAUTAUQUA. M|ue. Is onethat helps I source <j 1 ! CORDIALLY In- | ? jail and inspect our -ving of Percales, joods, Ginghams, 5 and staple Dry ml Now is the time 1 t on your new sea- fll White Goods will be from ; \eaper than goods coming i als below. 2 | D 1/ * ~ a ii a in a v one J K Lace Stripe Voile * Vivide Silk Batiste * 36 Inch Basket Skirting * Bayadere Stripe Skirting <T " 4 Fancy Novelty Gabardine ' i1 DRESS GINGHAMS, PER- J HOMESPUN, SHIRTING, ETC. $ rANS CO. | Cher aw, S. C. OOOOOOCCOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 8 WE REPRESENT 8 ? Charlotte Steam Laundry ? \ O Oldest, Largest, and Best Q V I 8 DYEING, CLEANING AND 8 1 8 STEAMING A SPECIALTY 8 X Domestic Finish on Collars x " O and Cuffs make them look as O tj they did when you bousht X ^ and return* Friday. x O Basket leave* every Tuesday Q O thein. ( q X Bring Us You.* Laundry x d | TEAL-JONES COMPANY | # ooooooooooooooooooooc 00008 LUB- j <EXT WEEK A Br ^ j to ' . ?' ^1 I J Miss Verna Leone Page, vioSnis* The Uuiuble Concert Party, la one o the few women violinists who ha achieved a great popular!^ with public. Her playing has a charm sympathy that reaches the heart, and^^^^HH is personal note In her work^^^^HH that is the secret of her invariable sue cess. She comes before her audlenci as a well bred cultured young lady with a charmingly modest manneil^^H^^B which immediately wins her hearers. H HWH |(1 Adams Western Reserve In Ohio, whlph hu . furnished more jtreat men tban any Uko pleee of territory In the world. H? has made a study of community prol>lema, and his lecturea are inspiring ' and of Ineetlmable value. CARD OF THANKS B^K We take this means of expressing our appreciation to all who so faithfully and kindly assisted us during the sickness and death of our ?ister.