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^^ Bias W. ^^Hliie ^^^^^^^Hplurarno pwurriji MMMB ing n H^ i' W ^P? and clou bio a H^HHft of or ran^c body ( I opper.-uiacl other 25 the price ^ ^^Hren S18J25 for th< ' ;m't afford to ^^ H| r'4 World's G varr jS CHARTER COV g RATE OF INT S EST. 35 YEA] H m ITED CAPITA] Hi m SAL. MAKE I ONCE AND YOl ib. j. do m Seer VI FOR SALE FOR SALE?At bargain prices, all building, lumber, deors" and windows tt North Camp Jackson. AlHp two 50,000 gallon water tanks;! ^ ur J -horse power gas engines; J irSfc orthington 24-inch-stroke, r ' -250 gallon Bowser rflny\^ Address K ,H *Qnnj9'jo., <5blumbia, S. C. <?casirt^pl __ P lore gins; 2 condenHHBHKgBtelf-tampinK press, less have ginned ^H^^IP^rice, |1,500. iThis 50.00. i rhe j her aw / / JGUST 8th . e Reid like Moran" lint PiotiirR lUGUST 12th i Burke ious Annabelle" unt Picture "k Kidnapped ing. vanized Roofing. rnnpi, Cylinders and Well Points. and Gandy Belt. it your orders. COLUMBIA, S. C. #23 West Gervais Street 1 In these days of hitfh ' priced fuel you cannot afford to use a cheap ' range or any range that wastes fuel. If it only r wastes 5 cents worth of ? fuel a dffr you* waste $18.25 a year or about jj the price of a CopperClad every five years. f space of the Copper-Clad j thermos bottle. Even the ' big air space between the !' between the asbestos and )vercomes all internal rust, * ast years and years longer of any range for the first a second and so on every buy any range but a Copreatest Range. tRDWARE Go! I ners! \ >ney from the Federal Farm >sociation 'ERS THE COUNTY EREST THE LOWIS' TIME. UNLIMJ%AT OUR DISPOAPPLICATION AT J WILL GET QUICK UGLASS i etary , TOWN PROPERTY?One house with six rooms and lar^e sleeping porch; centrul purt of town. Apply at c Advertiser office. ' ? i EDISON PHONOGRAPHS and Records. Instruments ran^e from $11.00 to $280.00. | Crawford Jewelry Co., Cheruw. ^ tuua WAN Itu?At A. F. Davis 1 Market. Highest Market Price. I LOST?Hunch of key* with Masonic 11 Protector Association Marker No. a 231619 on ring. Return to J. A. * Knight, Chesterfield, S. C. ' DOG STRAYED?Female, 7 months ^ old, black body, white legs and white on face.- lp Lonnie Douglass s - a OLIVER TYPEWRITER: Good as J new} guranteed perfect condition, h Can he bought foe 125.00?A real i LOCAL ITEMS t>r. B. L. Gathings is in Charlotte his week. Mrs. B. L. Gathings is visiting her nother in Pageland. Turnip Seed?Fre*h? Chesterfield Drug Co. NorrU candies; fresh, at Chesterfield Drug Co. The Rev. A. W. White, of McBee, was in town Wednesday. Ice Cream fresh every day from Rodgers. Chesterfield Drug Co. Miss Nell Gregory, of Cheraw, is visiting at the ?home of Dr. Teal. Miss Mary McCullough, of Chester, is visiting Miss Mary Walsh this week. Mrs. ?Askins, of Pageland, is the guest of Mrs. I. P. Mangum this week. Mr. B. F. Teal, of Teal-Jones Co., is in the shoe market this'week, buying goods for fall trade. Regular meeting of .the Woman',# Missionary Society wifl be held,at the Baptist church Friday afternoon at fi o'clock. \ Flashlight batteries?Daylo ? all sixes. D.* H. Laney Pharmacy. Miss Doris Laney is spending a week with Mr. Ben Itoberson's family, who are camping on Juniper creek. Misses Lindsay, Pearl Lucas, Mildred Laney ar\d Dosia Threatt have returned from the Univeristy of Virginia, where they attended summer normal. ' Mr. Martus Rivers has accepted a position with the Chesterfield Drug Co., where he will be glad to meet his friends. Dr? VV. G. White and mother, of York, are guests at the home of Dr. D. II. Laney. Dr. and Mrs. White are celebrating the second anniversary of the birthday of William G. Jr. Norris' Candy Fresh?Right off the ice. Chesterfield Drug Co. Manager Ladd, of the Lyric Theatre, Cheraw, has securtd "Good Gracious, Annabflle!" for next Tuesday. Miss Billie Burke is the star and is supported by handsome Herbert Rawlinson in the leading male role. Delicious soda fount drinks. lee cream every day. Chesterfield Drug Co. The Cash Market announces that their stock of fiirst-class groceries are now arriving and a complete stock will soon he in. A large refrigerator is being 'nstalled and they expect to be selling fresh beef by Saturday. The Rev. J. It. Millard, of Ruby, will bo at Blulf City, Tcnn., until after the 4th Sunday in August." Regular communication of Chesterfield Lodge No. 2zU A/F.M. will be held Friday evening at 8:20 o'clock, August 8th. By order of W. W. Davis, W.M. Mrs. A. B. Fraley, of Winnsboro, is visiting her mother, Mrs. I). M. Barentine, and |ier brother, Mr. L. O. Barentine, who has recently returned from overseas service in fcho army. Nunnelly'a Candies; fresh every week. D. H. Laney's Pharmacy. Many people from Chesterfield are enjoying themselves at Pageland today, the occasion being Pagcland's welcome home to her returned^soldiers and sailors. The affair is under the auspices- of the fraternal organizations of that town. 'rhi.rn ...ill I... - r* ...viv VTIII i/c a HicLiuiK aL vyeiiirr Point Saturday evening at 8:30, fast time, for the purpose of discussing the erection of a school building. County Superintendent of Education Knight and a number of others will attend. Mr. Boh Johnson, who was so badly hurt a few weeks ago at Everyman's Mill, made his first apeparance on the street in a wheel-chair this week. Mr. Johnson's cheerful disposition has not deserted him and he is still ready with a smile. And by the way, a fine boy has arrived at his home recently, which may acount for Mr. Johnson's tfeniel disposition this wet^k. Aj;iin v.e must remind our correspondent. that e:;(h fetter *nu t he jifcned. We received se/eril <;ood U ? cause of our inability to find space for tern that are not printed this week behem, out there were also several that were left out because tl.ey ?. ore unligned. We have iccently sent out a nu.nber oi statements for subscript on lue. It also lool.s like wo wdl h ivi to emove a few names from our lists f?ext week for subscriptions unpaid. Phi P'l.APU <if oiiKuer " -> ? ? - .?u./av wtJi n WHO UU IIOl pay their subscription will not be lost is h.u sometimes hi opened in tel punt >u? will be tr:i! if* fed to a boo ? the ia.nc^>r wh'-h we do.not #nre to r*"nLion Th t i 'e win remain in that pook in company with others of its cind until the account is pi d. W? re i Iso kt rpinif tab on ail these who ill' w tht^p per to stop while in debt 0 it and the n have some othjr ue.tf?er of the faeiily subscribe. 9 1r. Vaufhin, Farmer, Telia How Ha ! Lost all His Priza Seed Corn "Sometime n^o 1 gent away for } orpe pedigreed seed corn. Put it in 1 Runney seek and hunjf it on a rope u^p- / - -one day d roof. Rats irot t they did I (ecasSe I EWft^e^waweThoppers in the Writing! taring RAT-SNAP." rhree "JffiSr ioiil , ''s. .* * ' '*"' ^.''* I PIECES OF EIQHT (Continued from Third Page) fact did hnve?though not at the moment. Neglecting everything n man should do to his gun when he is finished with It for the <lny, I had left two cartridges In It, left the trigger on the hnlr-brink of eternity, and other enormities for w^lcli Charlie presently, and quite rightly, abashed me with profanity*; In short, my big toe tripped over the beast as It stood carelessly against the wall of my cabin, and, as It fell, I received the contents In the fltishy part of my shoulder. ! The explosion brought the whole crew .put of their shanty, In a state of gesticulating nature and, as Charlie, growling like a bear, wus helping to hrlng first aid, suddenly our young 1 friend Jack?whose romantic youth preferred sleeping outside In a hammock slung between two pulm trees? put him aside. "I know better how to do this than you, Sir Francis," he said, laughing. "Lot's have a look at your, medlciue chest, and give me the lint quick." So Jack took cliurge and acted with ! micli confidence and v skill?finally 1 binding up my wound, which was but n slight one?that Clwrlie stood by dumbfounded and with a curious soft | look in bis face which I didn't understand till laier. Then Jnck looked up for n moment | and caught Charlie's wondering look; Jack Looked Up for a Moment and Caught Charlie's Wondering Look. and it seemed t?? mo thttf he chnuged color and talked frightened. * "Sir Francis is Jealous," he said; ' hut I've finished how. I guess you'll sleep nil right after that dose I gave you. flood night. . . And ho slipped nwny. Jack had proved himself n practiced surgeon ami, as he predicted, 1 slept well?so well and so fur Into next morning that Charlie at last had to waken me. "What do you think?" were his tlrst words. "Why, what?" I asked, sitting up and wincing from'my wounded shoulder. "Our young friend has skipped In the night! fJone off on tliut little nigger sloop that dropped In here yester? day afternoon. I guess." ? "You .don't mean It?" "No douht of it?I wonder whether^ you've had tin* same thought as I had. You know I always said there was a mystery about that hoy? Did you notice the way he hound your shoulder last night?" "What of It?" "Did VOO ftVPP aim a miin n wound llk?* tlmt?" "What do you mean?" "I moan simply that the mystery about our Jack Hurkawuy was just this: Jaek Ilarkaway was no hoy at nil?hut Jtist a girl; a brick of a daredevil girl 1" (To Be Continued Next Week) RATS PIE ao do mice; o.ice they eat RAT-SNAP. And they leave no odor behind. Don't take our word for it?rtry a package. Cats and dogs won't touch it. Rat pass up all food to get RAT-SNAP. Three sizes. 25c. ?ize (leak*) enough for Pantry, Kitchen or'Ccllar. 50c. size (2 cakes) for Chicken House, coops or small buildings. $1.00 size (5 cakes) enough for all farm and out-buildings, storage buildings, or factory buildings. Sold and Guaranteed by Farmers' Hardware Co. Square Deal Di ug Co. knd A. F. Davis. LEMONS MAKE SKIN WHJTE, .SOFT, CLEAR M^ke tkia Beauty Lotion for Few Cents end See for Yourself What girl or woman hasn't hoard of lemon juice to remove complexion blemishes; to whiten tire skin and to bring out the roses, the freshness and the hidden beauty? But lemon juice alone is acid, therefore irritating, and should be mixed with orchard white this way. Strain through a fine cloth the juice of two "fresh lemons into a bottle containing , about three ounces of orchard white, then shake well "and you have a whole quarter pint of skin and complexion lotion at about the cost one/usually pays for a small jar of ordinary cold croam. Be sure to strain the lemon juice so no pulp gets into the bottle, then this lotion will remain pure and fresh for months. When applied daily to the face, neck, arms and hands it should help to bleach, clear, smothen and beautify the skin. Any druggist will suppy three ounces of orchard white at very' littoOM rW? Adrft.. In Stock Ready to del ONE In Ten The L TOBACCO REPORT FROM M'BEE Reports from Me Ik:- indicate that the tobacco market in that place is improving. Also, the tobacco now being offered is of much bciter \ rade lhan that brought in h?*reto?rtre. The Advertiser has sales si ps from the McBee Warehouse showing that during the past week several lots have been bought at fifty cents a pound, and one lot of 130 pounds brought 60 cents. On Tuesday many sales were made, the average price being 30 cents. Messrs. Pctree ami Jones have demonstrated to the satisfaction of the growers that they are tobacco men and tht-ir conduct of the warehouse has called forth very favorable comment. Always BUY IT AT HOME # If You Can 4 Chain ' Jlfill J mm We know U. S. Tires WHITE-BUCHA ^^NGQBros. ,P Now iver anywhere ir $1850 l FIVE-PASSENC ALME t UK 1 ucas Autc The Columbia 1641 MAIN STREET I * Street Paving, Si Culverts, Fl< i Anything it ESTIMATES GLA1 FOUND SOCIETY BUD BUT -- | It' you meet un apparently wealthy girl, and fall in love with her, he sure I . th.it she is rich before you make any I I marital plans. Wallace Reid, who is' : appearing in a new Paramount production, "Alias Mike Moran," at the : Eyrie, Cheruw, Friday, plays the part | of Larry Young, who aspired to Usco' 9k ' S I A Gooj m If You havi j B| if the growin I I United Stat i'jja jfj of 'known Ml Ijj dependabili /I/ M And that BE|W United Sta H * in the mine Wfff and everyv Thc ide LI '?M9lly Ztntva Ti r<r - tires ? the fM be built, is j P|j? growing n. * We can United Stai and meet c vidual need I United are G? are Good Tires. That NAN MOTOR C( ageland; W. M. P/ i the county for 3ER RS 'S (Boming > Go. i Concrete Co. , COLUMBIA, S. C. dewalks, Bridges Dors, Walks a Concrete D1..Y 1UKNISHED marry a society bud. He found the bu 1 alright, but it happened thnt she loved him too y.ell to undecieve him. * Dr. Lai i Britton, with the Chesterfield Druu Co., has returned from an' extended vacation in Camden and Sumter. He was accompanied on his return by his cousin, Master Henry Humphries. i Tire Year e doubtless noticed g preponderance of :es Tires. le is asking for tires value and proved ity. t is precisely what # tes Tires represent is of motorists here rhere. a back of United ?s ? to build good best tires that can appealing to rapidly imbers. provide you with tes Tires to meet? ;xactly _ your indiIs. States Tires ood Tires :'s why we sell them. ^ J., Chesterfield VNKEY, Patrick ... J.