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Raet Cam Then They Tack i?msw iim i i/1 aa^h^^bi "iP i r..,^?., i m ' Let us demonstrate derlul Rai FARMERS Hi i Farr Get your m< Wamble Hil Loan A CHARTER CO RATE OF IN EST. 36 YE> ITED CAPIT; SAL. MAKE ONCE AND Y( ACTION. B. J. DC Sec RUBBER HOSE F< We have Garden Hose, Watei Hose. Our garden hose at 25c p< you can buy, for it will last fr an average of about 3c to 4c pel u hose for 10c you know as a r one season. With an order for give a lawn sprinkler. Radiator Hose in 1 inch, 1 'A i inch, in 3 and 4 foot lengths. COLUMBIA SUPPL FOR SALE TOWN PROPERTY?One house wit six rooms and large sleeping porcl central part of town. Apply s Advertiser office. FORD CAR?One 60-inch trea Ford Touring Car; good conditioi J. W. HANNA. GOOD COW, with first calf; fine coi dition; reasonable price. J W. W. MELTOt EGGS WANTED?At A. F. I)av Market. Highest Market Price. MARRIAGE CERTIFICATES Neatly printed on white bristo suitably for framing. Specii prices to ministers and magistrate! The Advertiser. EXTRACT CERTIFICATES - Ilav on hand a supply of Certificates ri quired by law for the selling o patent medicines and flavoring e> tract* One n?d 15 cents; deliv ered by man, 25 cents. The Advertise! PROMISSORY NOTES -In pads o 100. Prices reasonable. The Advertiser. EDISON PHONOGRAPHS and Rec ords. Instruments range fron $41.00 to $285.00. Crawford Jewelry Co., Cheraw LOOSE-LEAF BOOKS and Devices We have the agency for the fines) and most complete line of loose leaf books arid devices. The loose leaf way is the modern way. The Advertiser. J2HOUR KODAK FINISHINC all rous ueveiopeo iuc; pack* 20c up; prints 2'/4 c, 4c, fic; enlarg ing 35c up. Specialists?we do nothing but Kodak finishing. All work guaranteed to please. Eastman Kodaks, Films, Supplies. COLUMBIA PHOTO FINISHING Co 1111 Tajrlor St., Columbia,S.C, SHINGLES FOR SALE I have a carload of line No. 1 heart Pine Shingles and line No. 1 Cedar Shingles.. Prices right.. See me at once, if you want some of these. J. AAEON SELLERS A lftr.ii lr il.w ft ' * ' " " ' ? u a Big MealHmd SGI ^g%ll tied a Copper-Clad >r rviAtm, | c ciaoi q I +er? ^>w \S* 1 r/.U. . ^ VSvfi ^BS*& *" - .' -yriF*^ vr" and explain this wonnge to you. ^RDWARE Co ners! ney from the 1 Federal Farm ssociation (VERS THE COUNTY TEREST THE LOWERS' TIME. UNLIMVL AT OUR DISPOAPPLICATION AT )U WILL GET QUICK (UGLASS retary OR ALL PURPOSES Hose, Radiator Hose and Steam jr foot is by far the cheapest hose oni six to eitfht seasons,which means r foot a season. While you can get ule the 10c hose will last you about t or more of garden hose we I inch, 1 inch, 1 % inch; 2 inch, 2 V4 y COLUMBIA, S. C. 'vJa JJ23 Weit Cervaii Street The directors of the Hank of Ch< terfield held their regular meeti _ yesterday afternoon. A 5 per ce ^ semi-annual dividend was declar and $2,000.00 added to the surp it fund. This makes the total surpl fund for that hank $10,000.00. 1 i Hi! h L , " is I i-tT SpcrialUu on repairing all ; ;" Bmakr* of Automobile Radii- - - ZZ tor*. Wr make (hrm at |ikkI It I" new. Wr alio rrpair fen- III 'r? ilrri. i.inkt and malir racing """ " !T van. Ship ua vour raiiiatorv B- niv oust to m.airas * W.RHartin & Bro. 1815 Main St.. Columbia SC. I LIFT CORNS OR A 1 I ? !/* ? ? ? UALLUStS UF r Doesn't hurt! Lift any corn ( f callus off with fingers \v, m Don't suuc-r: A tiny bottle o Freezone contH but a few cents t any druj? store. Apply a few drop , on the corns, calluses and "hard skin on bottom of feet, then lift them of Wh^n Freezone removes corn ' from the toes or calluses from th bottom of feet, the skin beneath i left pink and healthy and never son I tender or irritated. . - 0 f* ]| LOCAL ITEMS Miss Sarah Moore is visiting at Dunbar, S. C. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Odom spent Friday in Cheraw. Major W. L. Gillespie, of Cheraw, was in town Wednesday. Misses Lila Teal and Pearl Moore are at home from Lander College. 1 Mrs. J. L. Craig, of Cheraw, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Craig this week. Mrs. Jno. D. Cannady, of St. Paul, N. C., is visiting her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. B. S. Funderburg. Mr. C. L. Prince and little son, of Cheraw, were in town Monday. Chesterfield Baptist Sunday school will picnic at Big Springs on July 10th. The W. O. W. Circle meets Wednesday, July 9 . All members are I urged to be present. I Communion services at Pine Grove || Sunday at 11 A. M. All members are invited to attend. Miss Roxie Douglass, of Clinton, is the guest of her brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Douglass. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Craig and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Craig and little MarII garet Hunley visited relatives in ^ Wadesboro Sunday. Mrs. D. H. Laney and children, Will and Bert, are visiting at York. They were accompanied as far as Kershaw by Mrs. G. K. Laney and Bernecia Britton. Mr. J. W. Streater, son of Mr. W. J. Streater, has accepted a position with the Teal-Jones Company. Mrs. Madge Curtis and Miss Mar garet Criggs have returned from Myrtle Beach, where they attended a Sunday school course of instruction. Messrs C. C. Douglass, of the Bank of Chesterfield, M. L. Haley, of the Bank of Ruby and P. M. Therrell, of the Bank of Ruby and MtCroghan, leave today for a trip to Washington, New York, Atlantic City and other Northern points. Mr. Cray land Douglass, who, for the last five months has been a postal clerk in the House, at Washington, has succumbed to the influx of Republicans and has returned to Chesterfield. He expects to go to the Citadel, at Charleston, in the fall. Mr. Tom C. Hunley. formerly of Charleston, but of late a member of Uncle Sam's army, is visiting his brother Mr. Charles Hunley. Tom says he entered and left the army a buck private and that no decoration looked as good to him as the red chevron, which he was awarded the day the peuce treaty was signed, June _ 28th Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hurst, accompanied by Mrs. John T. Hurst and Miss Mary Hanna Hurst, motored back from Lexington Virginia, where Mr. Roy Hurst has recently won his Muster's degree, at Washington ana Lee University. Misses Maude Carland and Mary Belle Welsh, who had been visiting them for some time returned by train. Laurel Spring* Hotel (formerly Big Spring* Hotel) i* now open. Spe. cial music and dancing every 1 Hur*day night. Annual picnic July 4th. ?? On Friday, July 4th, examinations ,s will be conducted at the Courthouse nf, for the Free Scholarships to Winnt throp. The following Friday exami(>(j nations for Clemson and the Unilus versity of S. C., and on Aug. 1st, exus aminations for the scholarship to the Citudcl. ? The ladies of the Presbyterian 1 church are selling every Saturday afternoon on the Courthouse lawn the most delicious ice cream. Customers need no urging to spend their money ; I freely on these occasions, for big \ values are given for the money and \ then the customer's conscience is ! salved by the feeling thut he has aided u worthy cause. 1 tobacco 1 win* at tha Farmer*' Hardware Co. Stock won't la*t long. | 'through the Demonstration Agent, j .vir. Tiiler, Ciemsoo College pluns to open a way to the market for all our j surplus hogs, 'this is a co-operative I scheme tha4. should receive the hearty support of every farmer and business J man in the county. '1 he Advertiser will have more to say about this thing iri the near future. In the I ...^iiMVMire, i?i uii tanners wnu nav?. received cards on the subject answer j P them fully and promptly. " IJon't forget you can buy a new linger bewing IVtachina at the Chesteitteid Drug Store. H. D. Wat*on. )f Mr. itoberL Tberrell has been the guest of friends in Chesterfield for' several duys this week. Molina Tractor Demonstration at j , Chesterfield, July 4th and 5th. An insect pest has been found at work on cotton near Pageland. About , . two acres have so far been ' I severely damaged and the pest is still spreading, indications do not point toward the boll weevil though the exact nature of the "animal" is not ! yet known. Major Tiller hus sent samples of the damaged plants to Clemson and exact information is 1 expected soon. | Machine Gunner Herbert Wallace ' of the 41W 11rl f !?lu" li". ' I- -- v^?v? aamm i CLUI iicu 1IUI1I France ami in upend my a few days with his brother Jesse. Hoth of these boys had rath'rr strenuous experiences during the Wur. Jesse wan captured at the beginning of hostilities, kt while transporting mules, had a most : ?s exciting captivity on the famous Ger- j " ! man raider, Moewc, and was intern- 1 f ed until the armistice in various Ger-1 man prisons. During Jesse's imprisonment his bother became a machine ? gunner and served throughout with * the famous 81st Division. The boys therefore have many things in com? | mon to talk over. / A * lilB ..... Eva Yellow Coi First To-day we start givin amount of Coupons foi This amounts to 6 per c on your purchases. NOW LISTEN: Eve our store is worth mor? we are asking for it, i merchandise is going u| YOU HAVE TO BUY FROM A BABY CARR] TO A SHOE STRING Ruv It N for if you don't, you1 later. Rush to our stoi while we are giving DC PONS, and save money. L.M. RUBY Miss Eddie Lee Coward, of Wadesboro, ii visiting Mrs. M. L. Raley, here. Messrs T. II. Burch and C. A. Edgeworth motored to Charlotte, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Raley, and children and Mia Eddie Lee Coward, spent Tuesduy in Charlotte. Mr. Kemp Griffin of the U. S. Army was shaking hands with friends in town Monday afternoon. Mr. Griffin is well remembered here by the baseball fans, a* he used to pitch some good bail for the Ruby team. Messrs M. P. Gale and E. W. Moore of MtCroghan, were in town Monday afternoon. Mr. R. D. McCreight and Dr. R. M. Newsom spent Sunday in Charlotte. Miss Ida Crawley entertained on Monday everjing in honor of Mr. Ben Steen who has just returned from. France. Games were plnyed and delicious ice cream was served. Everybody enjoyed a delightful time. The Ruby base ball team met its second defeat of the season, on Saturday afternoon when MtCroghan defeated Ruby in a fast, tight game by the score of .1 to 4. This was a very interesting game. It was played at Mt- ; Croghan. i Messrs Japics Milliard, Ernest Gib-. non and Drew Threat, went to Cheraw Saturday evening, to sec "The Heart of Humanity." i Mr. It. I). McCreight and family! and Mis Alice Burch motored to Cheraw Friday afternoon. Miss Ellen Gnddy of MtCroghan visited Mrs. J. R. Milliard, Monday afternoon. RUBY ROUTE 2 Mr. and Mr. J. R. Crawley and children viited at the home of Mr. W. L. Melton Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Melton und Mr. B. C. Wardsworth spent Sunday with relatives in the Beach Creek section. Miou t >L i. mon mcibvu npcui II1C wuun end with her sister, Mrs. N. C. Jone?. Mrs. B. C. Wadsworth visited Mrs. W. L. Melton Sunday. Miss Mamie Wadsworth was the dinner guest of Miss Jessie Melton Lunday. Mr. B< 0. Wadsworth motored to Cheraw Suturday on business. Mr. J. 1'. Melton is expecting his son, Kirby, home this week. CH ESTERFIED, ROUTE 4 Some of the farmers on this route are lying by their crops since the big rain. Mrs. Rachel Odom is very sick at : the present. We hRpe for her a I speedy recovery. Mr. J. I,. Douglass, of this route, went to the Florence Infirmary for treatment Tuesday. The ice cream supper at Mr. J. E. Odom's last Saturday night was largely attended and was enjoyed by all those present. Mr. Willie Brown and Mias Isabell Brown, of near Middondorf, visited in this community Saturday and | Sunday. Messrs. Walter 0. and Guss Clanton, recently returned from France, are frequent visitors on this route. Mr. Jack Pankey, of Patrick, was on this route Tuesday. RESOLUTION Realizing the sucredness of the Sabbath day, the Chesterfield Baptist Sunday School, last Sunday adopted thu.< folowing resolution: ' We, the Chesterfield Baptist Sunday School- wiuh t/i nut nuruiluo-i record as being in favor of closing up all stores and placet* of business In the town of Chesterfield on Sunday and that nothig be sold except in cases of emergency." Chesterfield Baptist Sunday achool CITATION The State of South Carolina, County of Chesterfield. By order of M. J. Hough, Probate Judge; Whereas, Alfred Robeson McDonald made suit to me to grant him letters of administration of the estate and effects of Massey Robeson, deceased, '1 hese are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and singular the kindred and creditors of tne said Massey Roberson deceased that they be and appear before me in the Court of Probate, to be held at Chesterfield, S. C., on July 19th, next ttfter publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to rhow cause, if any they have, why the said Administration shouln not be granted. Given under my hand this 2d day of July, Anno Domini, 1919. M. J. HOUGH, /I' _ Probate Judge. . t. wA A. i ir?, K9HMHesMMBMMMHMB9BSSBK89S9MMK .n's St< m iipons July DRINK going 01 inn in. Clothing a g double the Postage coming D r the month. DON'T it make :ent. discount July ry article in i to-day than BIGGEST Day ind everyday COME to our stor P' N?W' IF - YOUR F ANYTHING, YOUR F [AGE DOWN WILL BE W1 # N< owl YO '11 pay more e this month OUR MILLLNF! lUBLE COU- their hats and have I we could do that. Evans NOTICE OF ELECTION t State of South Carolina, County of Chesterfield. To the Board of Trustees of Linlon School District No. 37: A petition of the qualified electors and free holders of Linton School District No. 37 asking that an election be held upon the question of voting on five additional mills for ordinary expenses of the said school, these arc to authorize you and command you to hold the said election at the school house on Wednesday, July 9th, 1919, polls to open at 8 a.m., and close at 4 p.m. and the General Election laws of the State to govern said election. And the people of said district will take notice that suid election will be held at'the time and place designated herein. June 27th, 1919. J. A. KNIGHT, County Supt. of Education. NOTICE OF ELECTION State of South Carolina, County of Chesterfield. To the qualified Electors of Linton School District No. 37: You will take notice that a petition of over one third of the qualified electors and freeholders of Linton School District having been filed with us, asking that an election be held upon the question of floating bonds to the amount of five thousand dol lars or as much thereof as may be necessary to build and equip a modern school house in the said district vou will tnkf> notice that. tVw olprtinn will be held at the school house in the Linton School District on Wednesday, July 9th, 1919, beginning at 8 a.m. and closing at 4 p.m.. General Election laws to govern in this election, so all voters please take notice and govern yourselves accordingly. R. C. SPEASE, R. A. LINTON, E. B. FREEMAN, Trustees of Linton School District No. 37. Mr. Robert Johnson, who was hurt in the machinery at Everyman's Mill some time ago, has returned from McLeod's Infirmary ut Florence, and is doing very nicely. FALL! fkVGGSk Constipated: bilious: dlesy; Yiea<iH<'hca. nervous: IrrW ^9 table: "feeling 'i*d mil 9 over". Whole system r?n? ^B geetcd. "All plugged up." ^B Di. Tnmhir's i Liver rrd Bloor 1 Strip i Is wnet you need. It's e I purely vegetable tonic end )M blood purifier. Mildly less- B ties or thoroughly catharUe according to the does. ^B It wekes up a Issy LIVER and keeps It "on the Job", It Induces healthy action or H the KIDNEY* h puts the B BOWELS In good condition I and keeps them that way, 9 YOU need c6meth!ng or this kind?and every mem- jfl ber of the family, from the children up. doea toe. Oet ^9 It at your drug atore. 9 "For two years I suffered with asms klad ef sUnsdt trouble eed ledlgeetlea. I tried srrert) ^B remedies, but ee?ld get ae re- BE lief uetll I tried reor l>*. YMACMKd'ff LIVE* AMI) BLOOD B SYKUP. Twe bottles cured Me. H I here en trouble with sey star- B ecb aner, ru eat eaytklag I de el re without fee*."?mIm ffeeete ^9 Jobaeua Teee. M K Thache^ MEPfawg c?. | THA CHUTIKTIILO DRUa CO. t fjt'V 4 T4,yyy -w*^. T/^^WrvC*^'--v ?,- ?.-,* re N< 1st! Bri at. Soldiers com- TVal%? ind Eats going up. 1 Ul/C DW1)' THE TOB yoo dlwyt htve the|r m Retting peopl |1 | to Cheraw t JL Ul warehouses a ing the largei we've ever had. country, "ch, e THAT DAY. SOME MAR RIENDS BRING yc ! THERE QAV , , SAY, don' Cheraw on I 5T ANDREW 'U? up to beat u? Vl An q TP A M for us. Yi iRS have sold all I County, you : gone home. Wish too. COME HI 5 CO., Ch NOTICE OF ELECTION j State of South Carolina, County of Chesterfield. To the Board of Trustees of Sandy Run School District, No. 52: A petition of the qualified electors and free holders of Sandy Run School District No. 52 having been filed with me this the 27th day of June, 1919, asking that an election be hold in your school district upon the qucs tion of voting on four additional mills for the ordinary expenses of the school these are to authorize and command you to hold the election at the school house on the 9th day of July, polls to open at 8 o'clock a.m. and remain open until 4 p.m., luws controlling General Elections to govern said election, and report the results to this office at once. The people of the said district will take notice thnt the election will be held at the time and place designated and govern themselves accordingly. J. A. KNIGHT, County Supt. of Education. NOTICE OF ELECTION State of South Carolina, County of Chesterfield. To the Trustees of Patts Branch School District No. 7: A petition of the qualified electors and freeholders of the Patts Branch School District No. 7 having this day been filed with me, asking thnt an election be held in your district upon the question of voting on four additional mills for the running expenses of your school, these are to authorize and command you to hold the election at the school house on July the 9th, the polls to open at 8 a.m., and remain open until 4 p.m., laws controlling General Elections to govern said election. And the people of the district will take notice that said elecwill be held at the time and plac.* designated. June 27th, 1919. J. A. KNIGHT. County Supt. of Education. ] PERUNA M, Rundown and Unable to Work _ *1 *"? PlMMd tO Perwss as It *M beneficial In STT-Tff "*y when 1 wan *' oowa from *T?rwork and orrvoao worry and was unable to **'" no wu aure that It would ?? * * lieagik, I soon found i ?ie#Lw" ? "'?* better and In ,T? *wo oosUs 1 was bloto resume my duties with 7**?r and stroaffth. It ?S^lni7 "L? wonderful medicine to Tltalfse the system." lalo rorywfcero SMRV/G | If you demai your Bankir you to count THE FARM ruby, souti r. H. BURCH, R. M. N1 ProiUosl. V On* Saving! PL BWS ng Your icco Here ACCO WAREHOUSES ien working the county j; e to bring their tobacco his season. With two I nd the buyers representit Tobacco people in the >raw is going to have KET this year. >ur Tobacco HERE. ! I t miss that ball game in the 10th? S has some team lined i, but old Cheraw always [. Come down and root are in Chesterfield know, so it's your team, j > ILP US. ieraw, S. C. A CALL TO PRAYER ^ The praying people of the Chcster| field Baptist Association are hereby i requested to meet at Lower MaceI donia Itautist Church nn Rntnrilou July 2fith, to upend thg day in prayer for a frrout revival spirit in the churches. Services to begin at 10 a.m., ''old time." By request of the hurch conference. H. L. BAGGOTT, Pastor. NOTICE OF SALE State of South Carolina, County of Chesterfield. Court of Common Pleas. Hattie T. Wright, et al.? Plaintiff vs. J. P. Wright, et ul., Defendant. By virtue of authority, conferred upon the undersigned as Special Master, by order of His Honor, Judge Krncst Moore, dated April 10th, 1919, I will offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash, within the legal hours >f sale, before the Courthouse door t Chesterfield, S. C., on the first Monday in August, 1919, all that certain, piece, pare. 1 and tract of land containing two (2) acres, more or less, and being bounded by land, now or formerly owned by George Morris, Julius Smoot, and Martha Mauzar, and on the private re-?<^ op ening on the Cheraw and Camden road, the said truct of land having been conveyed by Isom Williams, Charlie Lee and ThomasI.ee to Robert Wright and his mother, Anna Wright. Dated this 30th day of June, 1919. R. T. CASTON, Special Master. DISCHARGE NOTICE On the 21st of July next, at 12 M., I will apply to the Probate Court of Chesterfield county for n discharge as Guardian of W. L. Smith, J. L. Smith, N. A. Smith, R. J. Smith and Emma V. Smith. D. C. SMITH, p Guardian. /onderfulIH^BI SP1CINE tefll To Vitalise the 'gBrb^r System I^RI Mr. OMr(* AlkliMB, Stationary fireman and Mnmbtr United workman, 121 K. 8th Ave., Topeka, Kanaua. Hla latter opnoatte leayea llttla doubt of hla futb In I'eruno. M?nld mw Tablet Korai IE id prompt service in all ig Business, it wih pay ;?t with 'V % [ERS BANK H CAROLINA J 5LW50M M. L. RALEY, PrNliwt CiiMw.