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Miss Mary Walsh is spending some
time in Savannah, Ga.
Mrs. W. G. White, Jr., is spending
this week in Cheraw.
Mrs. J. C. Humphries and children,
of Sumter, are visiting in town.
Rev. B.J.Guess and Earle, and Miss
Katherine, are in Columbia this week.
Prof. W. P. Coker spent a few days
in Dovesville this week.
Mr. C. P. Mangum and family are
visiting relatives in Pageland and vicinity
this week. ,
Miss Lula Harrington and Mr. L.
M. Evans and Co., of Cheraw, are vfsiting
the Eastern markets this week.
Mr. A. J. Sellers and wife, of Hopewell,
Va.t are visiting Mr. Sellers
brother. Mr. C. R. Sellers.
Mr and Mrs. II. D. Tiller and children,
of Georgetown, spent several
days in town this week.
M iss Ruth Laney has returned to
her home in Cheraw, after a week's
visit with relatives.
Mrs. W. H. Porter and familv. who
have been visiting in Cassett, S. C.,
. have returned home.
Little Margaret, daughter of Mrs.
Mary Davis, has beet, seriously ill,
L'j*. is rec ivering now
Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Cannady, of
St. Paul. N. C., visited at the home
of the Kev. 11. S. Funderburg this
Mr C. C. Douglass and wife and
daughters and Mrs. G. K. Laney, are
spending a few days in the mountains
at iliddcnite, N. C.
Among the political announcements
appears the name of John Andrews
for magistrate for Pee Dee Township.
The name should be John A
There will be a mass meeting at
the Courthouse next Sunday at !
p. m., for the benefit of tho new
registrants. There will be fine music
and several good addresses. Public
is cordially invited.
Miss Mattie Gaddy who has been
conducting a summer class in music,
will leave Friday for her home in
Wingate. She will return when
school opens in September.
Mr. D. J. McLnurin, of Louisville,
fin ? f i.,
Chesterfield Tuesday on legal business.
At last the county chain gang has
moved to within striking distance of
the Courthouse. Work is now being
done about two miles west of town.
Regular communication of Chesterfield
Lodge No. li'JO A. F. M., will
be held Friday afternoon, Aug Id, at
5:30 o'clock. By order of B. F. Teal,
W. M.
Mr. and Mrs. I J. S. Matheson and
sons, Donald and Cordon, of Cheraw,
and Mrs John Matheson, of I'nion,
S. and Mrs. Kenneth Matheson. of
Atlanta, CJa., were in the city Monday.
(lib Horton had a close call when he
entered a well he was digging too
quickly after the explosion of a dynamite
charge. lie became partially
asphyxiated and on being nulled out
of ?he well fell back three tiuu.s before
he was finally rescued.
Mavor Trotti and Chief Melton
have had a force of hands busy for
the past week improving out streets.
It is said that others may try in vain
to employ labor but when our officials
want street work they do not have ,
any trouble in getting hands.
.Miss Lillian McElveen, of Lake
City, who has been the charming
guest at the home of .Mr. J. A. Welsh
for several weeks, returned to her
home yesterday. She was accompanied
by Misses Mary Belle and Maud
Garland Welsh, who will spend a few
days with her.
Mr. K. W. Duval, chairman of Local
Board of Selection, Mr. .1. A. ]
Welsh, formerly Captain of Com- |
pany L, and Messrs. Robert E. and
Charles I'. Hanna attended a meet- ,
ing at Jefferson Sunday afternoon ,
where some good advice to the new
registrants was given. The Government
has instructed the Local Board
to sec that these meetings are held
before the new registrants are called
to camp. A similar meeting will he
held here Sunday.
Wanted: 1000 Frying-Si/.ed j
Cliicktni and 500 Heni. Will pav
highest prices.
('hestcrleld county hunters will be
triad to know that to secure State
hunting license it is no longer necessary
to correspond with State Game
Warden at Columbia. Pr. D. H.
Laney, county game warden, is authorized
to issue such licenses in this
Lester Jordan, who had been in the
county jail several weeks on a lunacy
charge and waiting to be taken to the
State Asylum, committed suicide last
Thursday by hanging.
Jordan used a strip from a blanket,
which he fastened to the top of
the cell door, the other end of which
he died around his neck.
A negro man heard a strange noise
and on investigating, found Jordan
hanging. He was dead before help
arrived. .
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fefl/ Jlntereat jjs
! I!
Well, the farmer have started to ?
pulling fodder around here. j
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hammond have
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ray Teal. J s
Mr. and Mrs. Evrnder Maker have *
been visiting Mrs. Baker's mother,
Mrs. L. L. Boatwright and was accompanied
back home by her brother
and sister, Mr. Ray Boatwright and (
Miss Nezzie Boatwright.
Miss Eva Teal is visiting her grand c
parents in Hartsville, S. C. g
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Hammonds and fMrs.
R. D. Teal spent the day with <
Mrs. Mollie Grant last Friday. t
I c
Mr. Mike Gardner is real sick at
tins writing.
Master Yarbrough Teal spent Sun- v
day with his sister, Mrs Aiken Ham- j
mond. (
Master George Rivers spent Saturday
night with Mr. Ansler IV.rker. I
The colored people's church: The
Veal's Chapel, is completed and there '
is a big meeting going on there.
Miss N'ezzie Boatwright spent Sunday
evening with Miss Bessie Davis.
Mrs. L. L. Boatwright and children
spent Sunday evening with Mrs. Bay
Teal. :
Mrs. John Stafford spent few days
. ith her mother last week, Mrs. It.
i?. Teal.
The cotton in this tection is beginning
to open.
Mr. Ray Teal wa.; the ilmr.tr guest
.if Mr. Coit Rivers Sunday.
Mr. Mike Gardner was rushed to
ilie hospital Sunday to be operated ,
Mr. Prank Brock and Mr. .John [
White and Mr. Albert Rivers spent *i
Sunday with Mr. Coit Rivers. c
We have just received a car load of
buggies, steel and rubber tires. If
you wast one be sure to get one of n
these. They have been hard to get. c
GOG cures Headaches, Biliousness, t
Loss of Appetite, or that tired aching J
feeling, due to Malaria or Colds' Fine
Trfhic. 25 o
State of South Carolina,
County of Chesterfield.
Yo the Voters of Chesterfield County:
Under the act of the general as- ,
seaibly of 1917, all registration certificates
will terminate on June 30,
1918; and for the purpose of reregistering
all voters of the county, *
[he books of registration will be open
n the office of the county board of
registration at Chesterfield Court- 1
house every day during the months v
f July and August (Sunday except- \
d) from 9:00 o'clock A. M. to 6;00
M., at which time the voters are ^
ivitod to appear in person and quali- ^
i\v. I
Note, please: That under the law, ^
>ou must apply in person, and not
y proxy. (,
During this time voters of all sec.ions
of the county may register; but
>r their convenience, the reiristra
:on hoard will visit all townships dur- '
ig tin- month of September and re
ister the voters. This schedule
ill he published later. :i
County Board of Registration. c
State of South Carolina, j,
ounty of Chesterfield.
Fo the Board of Trustees of Clerk p
School No. 2: y
A petition of the qualified eleators
?f the above named school having S!
Ins day been filed with me asking (
hat an election be held in the said
istrict on the question of levying an q
dditional six (<? > mills on the pro- ^
ierty of said district for the current
x peases of the said school, you are
.ereby authorized and commanded to (|
hold at the schoolhouse on Aug 29,
luring the legal hours of elections
under general election laws of South
Carolina, an election on the question (
ibove submitted.
Signed ! '.he 14tlj day of Auir
County Supt. of Education. ^
\ IVa^r T .d With I
l'::\ " ... '.ye
. f. n; " . . .nl'y. Soft (
i * , and just
i a tub of ''
j hardv/.* I rain-water.
j With R .! r ! i water you ''
1 use Ic * f'i i i ' : .'p and the W
J rlaint'cst f bri? It- whiter than
\ usual w'lh !i : or r.o rubbing? n
ilk s iii? hid i.iC.c ruins.
Y/orlf, Y^ ; ,!er? J
i ihrr.u-^icut t!1 ? ' Ft will keep
^ lint Vtul>.% ?. ..'i ? % toilets and a
1 Fwii'liPi air.. .? ' c' vin and sani* S
t t:o.. It v!iii.:r j or. ; i novas grease
Hpf>?3 fror ? r . ? . '1' iu?. >, tile or j
rinrbJ.% aid do- (I 2 household
dirty *.vor!. i-i a I. 'ry without
troidi-* and v h I expense. i'
! r. J P-evii I ; <> v- o makes won?'
ri\ ' t.j n, 1. ; cuts in a jiffy.
A it ii t'.a re-! hca. keeper's friend.
I A3Yon. Cirocr. Catfc the Label*.
Jj WM. SCHIZLO Mr C. CO., St. Ls4s, Ma.
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ipecial to The Advertiser. M
The City Fathers are busy improv- ,r
ng the condition of the Streets. S
>ractical demonstration of the utlity
if the farm tractor has been given x
>v Mr. Laney who has kindly furnishtd
his tractor for the purpose of ^
dowing and scraping the streets. 1
W. J. Tiller, Esq., Farm Pcmonitrator,
was in Cheraw last week, in- A
instigating the hog cholera epidemic, z
vhich has been seen in some sections
f the County.
A competitive drill was held Tues- ^
lay night between picked squads in t]
he Local Military Company Many
ipectators enjoyed the drills. Re- v
uiting has received a fresh imDetus
knee thft recent ruling, that all re- ,
jistered men must enlist in some
Company and in case of wilful viola- g
ion of these instructions deferred
''ossification will be rescinded and j
gistrant will be placed in Class 1.
R. T. Caston, Esq., is enjoying his n
'acation during the heated period, ii
n the mountains of Western North
^arolina. ?
The largo party of Government
Engineers who will be stationed in i<
'heraw for a month or so, have their v,
flice in the Bank of Cheraw Buildng.
Mrs. Harriet Powe Lynch is visit- ^
ng the Robinsons in New York. a
A very enjoyable fish aupoer was
;iven at the Country Club last *
Tuesday after which there *.vas an
nforinal dance. ^
Miss Myrtle White, 'laughter of
>1 r. E. T. White, was married last u
laturday afternoon at the home of ^
he bride's parents to Mr. T. B. Davis.
I he Rev. J K Hair officiated.
The bride is one of Chesterfield's *'
nost accomplished young ladies. ('
The groom, the son of Mr. L. B.
hivis, is the popular assistant cashier
it the Farmers' Bank. The happy (1
ouple took their friends by surprise.
The friends of Miss Lizzie Campbell ^
ind Mr. Lonnie Sellers wejre taken
ompletely by surprise when this popilar
young couple were married last .
Sunday. The wedding oc?urcd at j
ho Methodist parsonage, the Rev. B.
. Guess officiating.
The bride is the charming daughte
f Mr. S. N. Campbell. '1 he groom, a
rogressive young: farmer, is the son .
f the late J. H. Sellers.
Mr. and Mrs. R. .1. Uussel, of near 0
dorvcn, spent Sunday at the home
>f Mr. .1. 11. Gardner.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Loweiy spent
Sunday in the Elizabeth section with
dr. J. \V. Lowery.
Mr. I'. A. and son, Bairett Guledge,
of the Wexford community, =
cere visiting in this community this,
veek j
There is a five-day meeting in pro- j
:ress at the Vaughn schoolhouse this
veek under the leadership of the;
lev. Clayton Jenkins at 1 1 a. m. and
: JO p. m. '
Fodder pulling: will soon be the orIr
of the day saith the old farmers.
Mr. J. W. Streatcr, Mr. I). G.
Jriggs, Mr. E. J Morris and Mr. D.
.. Cason all spant Sunday in Ca
ackson with their relatives. I
Rev A. R. Phillips filled his regular,
ppointment here Sunday and preach-!
<1 a fine sermon.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Huneycutt, of
be Teal's Mill section, visited in this!
ommunity Sunday.
\T io.. : II
vain iiuni-ycuii spent' tne ?
reek-end here the puest of Mrs. k
ohnnie Merriman. Bj
Mr. C. P. Moore and Mr. F. H. fc
loatwritfht spent Sunday at Canip B
/adsworth, S. C. | K
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. C. Adams Kj
pent Sunday i 11 Ruby with relatives i E
nd friends. j n
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Gaddy spent , I
unday at the home of Mr. P. M. j I
laddy. 1 R
The Sin^rinvr School is now in pro- j fi
ress at the Vaughn sehoolhouse, eon- v
ucted by the Prof. A. M. Vestel. gj
The protraeted meeting closed at R
ross Roads Friday. There were i E
ijrhteen additions to the church. I fei
Mr. and Mrs. I>. (' W.ulsworth and fj
autfhters, little Misses Grace and F
luth visited at the home of Mr. J. r
V. Allen Sunday. C
Mrs. N. C. Jones snent the hitter fc
art of last week with her parents, r
Ir. and Mrs. J. P. Melton. r
Mr. B. C. Wadsworth attended the E
Hate Junior Council Meeting at E
ireenville, S. C. last week and reorted
a nice time while there. "
Rev. J. D. Purvis is conducting a
rotracted meeting at Providence this
reek. j
Miss Jessie Melton spent Thursday
ight with Miss Mary Johnson. ^
Misses Mamie and Kssie Wads- If
orth visited their aunt, Mrs. W. L. I I
lelton Sunday. | |
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Melton visited j L
t the home of Mr. W. J. Purvis' M
unday. j
Miss Nell Rivers visited Miss Mary B
ohnson last week. ' fl
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wilson, of I
forth Carolina, are visiting relatives I
n this route. ?
I) i _1 a - rr%? * * 4
ochi wisnest 10 ine Advertiser ana
a many readers.
666 cures Bilious Fever. 25
666 cures by removing the eause.26
Messrs. Mack Sellers Jim Lampdey.
[isses Theat Watson, Annie Lamplev
lotored to the home of Miss Liz*M"
ellers Saturday afternoon.
Mr. Fulton Seegars has purchased
n Overland car.
Misses SmitK and Honcycutt, ? f
tanley County spent the week end
at Mr. Elisha Honeycutt
Master Charlie and John Moore
rent to Ebenezer Sunday
Messrs. C. P. Moore and F. li
Joatwright spent Satmday and Sur
ay at Camp Wadsworth.
Mr. W. W. Davis n:>d family ar.d
Irs. D. M. Adams spent Sunday at
lie home of Mr. Clarence Davis.
Mr. Archie Goodnle and wife were j
isiting near Shiloh recently.
Miss May Bell Sellers visited her
randmother near Morven last went.
Mr. Jade Adams was out driving
aturilay night.
Mr. Oscar Sellers speat a part of
ist week in Lancaster county
Miss Lillie Moore entertained a
umber of her friends Saturday ever,- Miss
Pearlie Adams was in tlisj
orrmunity last week.
iieveral from around here are atciding
services at Elizabeth tVs
Everybody invited to come to '
'hompson Creek Sunday School,
unday at 10 .30. Preaching'
t 11.
Come on Route 3 let us hear from I
ho bob cat.
Miss Pattie Scegars spent the woeknd
with Misses Mine and Lillie
Messrs. Bradley and Clyde lliditile
. .1 A!. T?I -.i i
imi ?ii isa v/iii uuiiiinuii v/vrrt* ;:i uiu
orne ov Miss May Dell Sellers Sat- ,
r ! .;/ r id Sunday.
A?no.;g the guesir. at the home of
1". C. P. Moore Sunday afternoon
'ere, Mr. ami Mrs. J. \V. l")ou?*iass. I
r:d Mr. Oscar Sellers and Miss 0?l-1
is a Seegars. I _
Messrs Ross and I.onnie Adams ,
ere riding in their nc-w Ford Sun:y.
lee creani, Cake and some good
rusic for sale at Msddendorf sehv.olou.se.
Friday night, August l(5th "
or benefit of piano fund Public In- 511
Messrs. D. M. Rowo and F. T. jyj
IeManus spent Thursday afternoon I Si
i Chesterfield on business.
Mrs. M. K. Perry is visiting the
lisses Timmons at (Ireen Ilill.
Mrs. Duncan Clanton spent the
eek-end at Camp Jackson with her
usband. st
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Arnold and 4,(1
lr. and Mrrs. Powell, of Iiishopville, stl
pent Sunday evening at the home
f Mr and Mrs. J. A. Rowe.
Little beds of flowers,
Little cans of paint, wi
Make attarctive neighborhoods
Out of those that ain't. A<
"Don't Put Off Un
Tomorrow What C
Be Done Today."
Don't put off buying the War
pledged to buy vrhen you signed I
Help Improve the Showing of yen
lug the stamps as early as pos
pledged to buy. Help Uncle Si
SOON and as OFTKN as possible
I Buy The
i Help Win'
Chesterfield Lc
W? Buy mmd S.ll R.*l E.
i . ' mJLL ' ?
-" 7^"i
J?!?' i-1 I?-?
I Shoulders
I ?built into Ajax Tire
I tread?brace against s
0 fh? rnad " Dnita V>n1i
needed?where strain i
Here's the matchless n
anteed for service and e
on any road AJAX RO
A monarch in quality,;
This tremendous percent*
motorists to tske the place
An overwhelm lag endorsee
: "WKiU Othorw Arm Clair
Crops through this section are
oking fine. Some of the farmers
ive began pulling fodder.
Mrs. Sam Terry, of near Hamlet,
. C., is visiting her parents, Mr.
id Mrs. John Jones.
Mr. March Jones and his son, from
cFarlan, visited Mr John Jones
Miss Georgia uod Millie Knight
sited Miss Itosa Wallace Wednes
ly afternoon.
Mr. G. C. Wallace and three of his
>ns and Mr. Dargan Roscoe motored
i Camp Jackson Sunday to see his
n, hut he was under quarantine and
ley were not allowed to see him Mr.
oscoe saw his brother and they also
w Sam Jones who was getting along
Miss Bennie Wallace spent Sunday
th her cousin, Miss Kosa Wallace.
With best wishes to The dear old
Pnvlngi Stamps which you
[ho W. 8. S. pledge Id June,
ir county and state by buystble
In the mouths you
im by buying W. S. B. as
i. Make your pledge good*
m And
lan 8 Ins. Co.
lSS, Manager
tat*?Money Loaned
??.B & A \V **
of Strength
:s??sv.pr>n-t ibo entire width of the . $
addon chocks?give 'more tread on I?
.varko cf battle add strength where 's
3 creatcct. sf
Roa? sms I
e Treed on l.\a K
iilc-makcr -dcc^ncd, built and guarnduranco
under maximum road stress, 0^
AO KTN 'j will prove its superiority.
a democrat ix? service. fej
Own ;i&' Choice 1
f*e 01 /i|-x '>roaucxioii 10 siugiea oai vj lg
? of otl.L. e that came with their cara. >?
sent ct Ajax quality, Cotuain?lat'a talk Ajax. I
Cheraw, S. C.
Chesterfield, S. C.
nrn a Qnaf'fv. We A re Guaranteeing If'
I Hnv^ tAvemi
I 50 Pigs
| 50 Shos
:!j Several Bro
(' | All entitled to register. Car
| J. A. Davis
| 4
County of Chesterfield. Stat
i State of South Carolina, wu
By M. J. Hough, Probate Judge: Z.
Whereas Minnie King made suit :'.s t
, to me to grant her Letters of Admin- lied
istration of the Estate and ecects of
C. F. King, deceased. ' *
These are, therefore, to cite and B
admonish all and singular kindred :los
| and Creditors of the said C. F. King, uy
deceased, that they be and appear sidii
before me, in the Court of Probate, .he
to be held at Chesterfield* S. C. on Cou
29th Aug., no*after publication ; with
...... - i
nereol, at ll o ciock 111 tne lorenoon, j \loii
to show cairns if any they have, why onj
the said Administration should not be i0t
granted. Che
Given under my hand this 14th
day of August Anno Domini, 19111. n
M. J. HOUGH, p
Probate Judge. ' e:
?? w.k.s. a
"Bill"?Register Jersey Bull: 'r
Guaranteed service; $2.00 cash.
Chesterfield, S. C., Route 4. I1
Make this Beauty Lotion Cheaply for
Your Face, Neqk, Arm* and Hands
At the cost of a small jar of ordi- Pop
narv cold cream one can prepare a <''ai
full quarter pint of the most won- s')e(
dcrful lemon skin softener and com- ,)r?'
plexion bcautifier, by squeezing the ^
juice of two fresh lemons into a hot >~>
tie containing three ounces of orchard
white. Cure should be taken 6
to strain the juice through a fine
cloth so no lemon pulp gets in, then
this lotion will ke?p fresh for months.
. Kvery woman knows that lemon juice
! is used to bleach and ^remove such
blemishes as freckles, sallowness and 1,16,1
tan und is the ideal skin softener, Pn'^
whitencr and beautificr. duc<
Just try it! Get three ounces of
orchard white at any drug store and B l
+ ai?sv lniMAna f rnnt I ho rrr. t/tor n n<l ntnb#> ?
l.?u IVIIIWIIO *?VIII niv "VV,I uuu inur.t ij |
up a quarter pint o/ this sweetly fra
grant lemon l6tion and massage it -ft
daily into the face, neck, arms and
hands. It is marvelous to smoothen
rough red hands. Adv. 2.
?- s
fwc el $
mticrmostuMM 1
iiivn wv m ^
' uwnti> STATS* ?
Buy Them And '
Help Win The War ?
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mtfjfs j?fS/^^ /hfBiirtL I
^g It
i VkpE ^Kr_5n? tfE=^B= I H
a& \M^i' ^r^.A [(
s For Sale
od Sows
i be seen at try p'ace. i
Patrick, R. 2
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e of South Carolina,
nty of Chesterfield.
T. Redfearn and A. M. Redfeam,
Cxecutors of the Estate of E. N.
fearn, deceased, Plaintiffs,
acoste Evan, Defen<lant.
y virtue of a Decree of Foreurc
made in the above stated case
His Honor Edward Mclver, Preig
Judtfe, I will offer for s.tle to
highest bidder for cash before the
rthouse door at Chesterfield, S.C..
lin the legal hours, on the first
iduy of September (same being
, September, 1918) the following
of land in the town of Choraw,
sterfiold County, South Carolina:
That lot bounded now or forlerly
on the Northeast by proerty
of Lacoate Evans, South:ist
by lot of Sarah Chapman
nd others, West and Northeast
by Green Street and beig
the same lot described in a
eed recorded in Clerk's office
1 Deed Dook 41,* Puge 187.
urchaser or purchasers,to pay for
necessary papers.
rust 5th, 1918. Clerk of Court,
Chesterfield Coutny.S.C.
Ve are in the Market for good
ular I.ogs 16 inches and up in
ncter and easy lengths. We int
at shipping point and pay
nptly. Write for prices find
le your shipping point.
Augusta, (le60
cures ('hills and Fever. 25
he allotment in money, for each
tl, frorrt the United States Governit
under the draft act will not be
I unless a birth certificate is proud
as proof of birth. ?
S jjl
tbeae iwv feed* and w* wil guuantea '
coring the hrA mi week# of a rhidu life Of
pay* to use the boat feeds-Punna Sold M
sfcer* ' " '
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