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The Chesterfield advertiser. [volume] (Chesterfield C.H., S.C.) 1884-1978, April 24, 1919, Image 4

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When the wc
fore the magic woi
we all bought gene
oversubscribed bee
Necessity is
yet to be brought 1
war work is yet to
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jimit in the Fifth 01
We should
thought of St. Mih
be diminished by a
Let's do our i
TEA
P.S.?We
Misses Bare-foot St
SANDY PLAINS
The farmers are all busily enfcaged
in their work.
We gladly welcome Mr. Cheater
Criggs back from France, after service
of about seventeen months. There
are many other boys back also, all
of whom are cordially welcomed.
Mrs. James Adams has been in
feeble health for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. John Purvis were
visiting in Cheraw Saturday night
and Sunday.
Mrs. H. T. Hildreth and Miss Emma
Smith were visiting friends in
Morven recently.
Mr. R. F. Smith was in the city
Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Campbell and
family visited in the Wamble Hill
section Sunday.
Mr. L. W. Campbell lost a ne pig
last week.
Mr. Mae Stroud and Mr. Jadie
Campbell visited at the home of Mr.
E. B. Vaughn Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Campbell
spent one night last week at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Campbell.
ll? dut ?i - a. si?
?aa. ? povci 1 uuimu Visut-u HI ine
home of Mr. Hamp Hildreth Sunday.
Mr. J. W. Phillips visited in this
section Sunday.
We are glad to hear Mr. Sanford
Campbell is better after several
days of illness.
Best wishes to all.
A bargin for you in tho stock of
Osfords brought over.
A. W. HURSEY CO.
Wood's Early Amber Cans Seed
caa bo bad from W. P. Odom.
"U. S. TIRES ARE GOOD TIRES"
T aaeeam ? ..-L J ibe ? J
a ww mm mu\.ii picnotu wmi uic ttu/ertisement
of automobile tires I saw
the other day. I had been passing
many enormous board-notices, gaudy
in hue, striking in design, and each
claiming superlative merit for their
tires. "Buy Liveforever Tires! They
last like steel I" "Use Rockaway
Tires! No other rides so smoothly!"
"You'll come to Ne Plus Ultra Tires!
Don't Wait!" "The Bestofall Tire!
Nothing like it!" So the shrieking
advertisements vibrated through the
landscape.
Then I saw the quiet announcement:
"Smith tires are good tires."
Just that. You can't imagine how
restful it was. Immediately a sense
of solid satisfaction came over me.
"Good tires." No need to bluster and
howl. No need to ransack the dictionary
for superlatives. No need to
run down competitors. "Smith tires
are good tires." I wanted to buy
some at once. Those are the tires
for me henceforth. "Good tires."
That is the acme of advertising.
Ah, when will people lean the delicious
value of quiet, self-respecting
gbttpUdty??From The Christian Xn
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>rld was in the shadow <
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i ci i catc waa ncai u I
rously of Liberty Bonds,
iause we knew it was ne
here again. Thousand;
lome from over there,
be done.
lish the money for this
r Victory Liberty Loan.
not let our enthusiasm
liel, Chateau Thiery or I
ny iailure to put this issi
>hare for its success.
L-JONES
nave just received a snipment
indals.
PICTURE SHOWS
MENJ ACTION
Desperate Fighting Revealed
by Official Film Taken by
Signal Corps?To Be Shown
All Over America.
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Her* are some of the thrills and
"punches" that the spectator will find
in "The Price of Peace," the new fllna
history of the great war just issued by
the treasury department in conneotion
with the Victory Loan campaign.
The picture is to be shown all over the
United States.
Embarkation of thousands upon
thousands of tbe two million soldiers
sent to Prance, Incuding the first pictures
ever released showing the great
"Leviathan," formerly the "Vaterland,"
sailing from the Port of Hoboken for
Brest, in all her war camouflage.
Thrilling scenes of how the
rines fought at Balleau Wood, with
machine guns In action, close up.
Just like a box seat at the war.
The "Lost Battalion" on the scene
of the fflmous stand against the ilermane.
Major Whittlesey, his mea and
the graves of their comrades.
A battle in the air and the faffing
of an enemy plane?as Americas air
squudron in aetion, photographed
from a plane.
Captnred Herman balloon* used for
front observation in tbe American
sector and a tremendous artillery
barrage put up to protect the big gae
bags from an attack by enemy planes.
How an American battery went into
action on one of the war's very busiest
mornings?pouring mustard gas
shell into the enemy at the rate of
eight a minute per gun.
American Army of Occupation
marching across the Rhine into Oen>
I monv urnn Aarfti 1 nn rerl a Ananooil
on Liberty bonds.
President Wilsou in Paris (or the
peace conference. icclaimed by rat*
throws'
A hnnky American nolflior keeping
"Die Wacht aw Rhino."
Edison Phonographs, $41.00 to
$285 00, and Racords.
Crawford Jawalry Co.
"Ignorance of the law excuses no
one"?except the judge.
Nature has a strong inclination to
provide means for anyOTend that is
earnestly sought.
Those who have never had money
are the ones who spend more than
they can afford.
^Lst^ Uncle Sam^ be your savings
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Cheslie Coker, a lunatic from Columbia,
has caused a good deal of excitement
in Chesterfield county late
| ly. Cokcr first made his appearance in
McBee about a month ago, and was ^
arrested and sent to the chain gang,
charged with vagrancy. While work- p~
ing on the gang on the outskirts of
Chesterleld two weeks ago, Coker was
sent to a spring for some water. In- fo:
stead of going to the spring he went Mi
to the home of Mrs. J. G. Hursey and 28
crawled under the house to hide, be
When Mrs. Hursey phoned to town Oi
that a man was hiding Under her gh
house, friends hurried in cars to the
scene. When it was discovered that ^
the man in question was mcntaly un- aj
sound, he was taken back to the gang
and no further action taken. A few
days ago Coker's term on the gang
expired and he was dismissed. He 'u
had -not been gone many hours when 'p'
he was brought back to jail from Pat- Di
rick where he had broken into the
depot. He then confesesd to the of- ci
ficers of having escaped from the
State asylum. Arrangements were
soon made for his return to that in- . 1
stitution. He went back Wednesday. 's
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Superintendent of Education J. A. Ba
Knight states that applications are in ar
order for the office of Attendance Of- rei
ficer. This office was created by the Th
legislature to enforce the provisions inj
of the compulsory attendance school thi
law. The office pays $1,200 and will fr<
be a life-sized job twelve months in an
| ench year. Officer must have his wi
I headouartem in
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his entire time to the work, under the fei
direction of the Superintendent of Se
Education. During the month* of
July and August a census is to he p
taken by this officer of all the children
in the county betwen the ages of G
and 14. Office is open to women or n,J
men. co;
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Git* your pigs a complete feed by ,)U
putting t little Digester Tankage in 1U
your *lop. W. P. Odom has it. by
in,
by
TRESPASSING FORBIDDEN jio
This is to notify all parties concerned
that trespassing on my lands cy[
is forbidden, especially the hauling of or|
straw, wood and lightwood. I)(
8-p S. M. JACKSON. th)
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BIRTHS Do
Bora to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Han- e<j
cock, a boy. th(
To Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Spencer, a
boy* bo
To Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Gaddy, a '
?W. Tt
D1SCHARG7E NOTICE
On the 30th of April next at 12
o'clock I will apply to the Probate mf
Court of Chesterfield county for a
discharge as administrator of the estate
of J. R. Teal, deceased. en
W. S. Teal, dr
LOCAL ITEMS
Miss Mary Sellers, of Colcer Col(e,
was the guest of her father last
sek.
Mr. and Jlrs, C. K. Kiaer are the
lests of "the Rev. and Mrs. J. H.
ildreth.
Misses May Lee and Anna Welsh
iller spent the week-end with their
rents at Jefferson.
\
Miss Islay May Davis, of Morven,
crt last week with her father, Mr.
s. J. Davis.
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Misses Mary Bell and Maud Garid
Welsh spent Easter holidays with
eir parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
elsh.
A party of Chesterfield people coniting
of Mrs. F. B. Sanders, Miss
illie Berry Douglass, Miss Cora
raig; Miss Mattie Gaddy, Mrs. H.
. Odom and Mr. T. P. Craig, visited
larleston this week.
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Delicious Ico Cream at the Chaster- I
Id Drug Co. 1
Rcady-to-Wear Goods at a bargain.
A. W. HURSEY CO.
Young Men, Teal-Jones Co., has
e suit that will please you. Call in
id look at it.
Special Communication of Chester1(1
Lodge No. 220 A.F.M., will be
Id Thursday evening, April 24th
6:80 o'clock, for the purpose of
nferring the M.M. degree. By orr
of W. W. Davis, W.M.
A 1! t. ?
nmu spceumg nas come co the rese
again of the city's failing financChief
Abbott has collected about
0 in fines during the past few days. ;
Have juat unloaded another car of j
at Good Flour. Price* right and I
ider the market. W. P. Odom.
There are no better candies than 1
?rri* Candies. Fresh supply at the
te'terfield Drug Co.
Ralston Oxfords, Toney Red Color,
iglish Last, $6.50 to $8.50, at
Teal-Jones Co.
Mr. T. P. Craig was an early subriber
to the Victory Fifth Liberty
>an. He bought a bond at the
ink of Chesterfield April 19th.
Chesterfield county is expected to
y $365,050.00 worth of Liberty
rnds within the next few days. If ,
e maintains her record of always
ing over the top all the loyal ones |
ust stick by their guns and buy.
If you need some compound lard '
tubs or tins or buckets, see W. P. .
loc.
For Clothing, Shoes and Gent'* .
irnishings see !
TEAL-JONES CO.
New arrivals in Shoe* and Dry ;
>ods and Notions almost daily. Call j
d inspect our line.
A. W. HURSEY CO.
The Rev. A. R. Phillips, of Columl,
formerly pastor of East ChesterId
M. E. circuit, was the first puraser
of a Victory Liberty Bond in
lesterfield. His order, accompanied
a check, was received by the
ople's Bank on April 16th.
Commencement exercises for Wexrd
graded school will be held on
[>nday and Tuesday nights, April
th and 29th. The first night will
devoted to an oratorical contest,
l Tuesday night, the 29th, will be
/en a play. There wil be no ad- :
When you come to town to buy |
avy groceries or feeds of any kind,
?ays see W. P. Odom. The chances t
s that he will save you some money.
For the best toilet articles. r??r
dim especially, call Lucky 13 on the
!ione, or atop in at the Chesterfield
ug store when passing.
All the best fount drinks at the
lesterfield Drug Co.
Work on the new buildings on
lin street continues to progress satactorily.
The buildings for
ney's Pharmacy, the People's
ink and the Square Deal Drug Co.,
e ncaring completion and will be [
ady for occupancy about June 1st.
le work on the H. W. Pusser builds'
is held up as part of the cite for
is building is in litigation. The
>nte of these buildings are uniform
d of white pressed brick. They
11 be very handsome buildings when '
rtipleted. This job will be one more
Either in the cap of Mr. J. Aaron i
Hers, contractor. ^
Regular Wheat Millfeed and Red :
>g for sale by W. P. Odom.
At c public meeting last Firday '
fht at the Courthouse a Boy Scouts t
mpany was organized. This move?nt
was initialed by some of the
sinoss men of the town, after the '
option was agitated to aome extent
the Rev. B. J. Guess. At the meet- I
? Friday night, which was attended
aome of the business and profes- !
rnal men of the town and fourteen
ys, C. L. Hunley Esq., was elected 1
airman. Talks were made and the i
ionization perfected. Mr. D. H.
uglasa was elected scout master;
? Rev. B. J. Guess, assistant scout !
itter. Messrs. S. M. Jackson, C. C.
>uglass and P. H. Heam were electditectors.
On last Tuesday night ,
b first regular scout meeting was
Id, which was attended by sixteen j
ys. The evening was spent in drillC
in preparation for first initiations.
iere is every indication that this
ort will prove successful. The
ys are assured the backing of the
sineas men and all the help they
ty need.
Try my delicious Home-made ice
am and carefully made soft '
inks oas tiaae sad yeu will some
aba. BUSY BBS CAFE, P. J.I
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We know (J. S. Tires i
WHlTE=BUCHAr
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FOR SALE
ENGINES, GIN, ETC.?29-hors* c
tabular boiler; 20-horse engine;
One fiO-saw Lummus gin complete,
and press, self-tramper; One 25- _
horse gas engine. All in good con- ^
d'.-ion. Will sell at a bargain.
E. T. TEAL.
McFarland, N. C., 11. 1. if
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LAND?Others are buying my farms,
Why not You? I have a few left.
25 per cent, cash; balance long
time at 6 per cent. Will help you
get farm loan. D. T. TEAL, p
ONE FORD ROADSTER; in good
condition, for sale. J. A. Knight.
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MARRIAGE CERTIFICATES -- F
Neatly printed on white bristol,
suitable for framing. Special
prices to ministers and magistrates.
The Advertiser.
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EXTRACT CERTIFICATES? ve 2'(
on hand a sunn! / of Crr. icates re- !r
quirt*!! l,y law lor t< . selling of in
paten* ledieine and flavoring extract
. One pad 15 cents; de'.iv- d:
ered 1-y mail, 25 cents. C
The Advertiser. 1
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FOR SALE
OOD CAR FOR SALE?Chalmers,
used only short time. Fine condition.
It E. E. PORTER
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iNE MULE, Some Hogs and a lot of
home raised corn for sale.
D. T. TEAL
LIVER TYPEWRITER, No. 5;
Almost new; $25 gets it.
CRAWFORD JEWELRY CO. i
Cheraw, S. C. tf
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DISON PHONOGRAPHS and Records.
Instruments range from
9 ! 1.00 to $285.00.
Crawford Jewelry Co., Cheraw.
AMILY HORSE?Work anywhere;
a good animal. Or will exchange.'
for Fard Car, 1918 model.
It J. WATT LOWELY 1
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2 HOUR KODAK FINISHING
All rolls developed 10c; packs
l)c up; prints 2V6c, 4c, 5c; enlarp- j
i? I-5c up. Specialists?we do nothij?
but Kodak finishing. All work
Liurnnteed to please. Eastman Kolks,
Films, Supplies.
OI.UMBIA PHOTO FINISHING Co. !
I 1 1 Taylor St., Columbia,S.C. |
km
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Now I]
sncy for this hig
in stock. Hav<
teas Autc
d Tire Year
rc doubtless noticed
ig preponderance of
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Llta X AXCS.
no is asking lor tires
i value and proved
lity.
it is precisely what
ales Tires {^present v
ids of motorists here
where.
en back of United
res ? to build good
i best tires that can
5 appealing to rapidly ^
lumbers.
1 provide you with
atcs Tires to meet?
exucvly?your indiids.
States Tires
aood Tires
t's why we sell them.
O., Chesterfield
3land
WANTED ~
COLORED MAN?Wanted at the
Busy Bee Cafe. $5.00 per week.
No Sunday work.
\ 7~^3S5
; Cow Peas
Suja Beans
Reduce your fertilizer ex- I
pcuse and suvo f^od bills by I
?rowing Cow Peas and Soja
Beans.
They enrich the land not II
only when plowed under, but ||
niiuu usi'u iur utrayo ana ill
grazing. They "can be grown HI
to advantage In your com III
crop?adding nitrogen and hu- II*
nine to your soil. It pays to Itj
order 11 (
WOODS |
1 SEEDS 1
Our Cow Peon, Soja Beans ill
are superior In cleanliness and III
quality to cow peas and beanu III
as ordlnnrllv sold. Wrlto for HI
"Wood's Crop Special." giving I
prices id seasonable informa- I
tlon about all Field and Gar- I
den Seed. I
T.W.Wood & Sons
, 8SCD8MXV, J
Richmond# Virginia. II
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