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The Chesterheld Advertiser i
I
Paul II. and Fred G. Ilearn
Editors I
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
Subscription Hates: $1.50 a Year;
six months, 75 cents.?Invariably in
advance.
Ent cred as second-class matter at the
postofliee at Chesterfield, South
( arolina.
'1 he New York Stock Exchange is
preparing to "root a -'J story building.
It is to be hoped that cotton on
that market will j;u higher than the
building.
i
A GOOD BILL
Wonder if t'on.irressnian f uller lias
been reading the Chesterfield Adver- ^
tisei ? This paper recently sunttested
n waste of news print be stopped
i y euttint; out tlu* bin Sunday
8Up: > Iilent . < Ii!in'l".->lilllll Fuller,
of ti mois has ntroduet-d a bill in
Co* s to limit tiie s ;-.e of Sunday
pa; t -? and .i .i pi .',,i?t the i ,
poi of wuoil pun-, of Ahull paper is
J1U1 i?*.
Mr. Fuller is a In . :ta hut we
cat :iy i e ' 11 ;ii I ah I 'l
Fu
WOMEN IN . LliiCS
Kocotfnmnp: the fact that wottti'tt)'
tin -i the sut:';. amendment i\iil
ta: more r ro -im-nt part in tin |
politic than heretofore, < hairman
Cu. .a in.urs, of in Democratic Nat tonal
? oiniiiiltee, uib appoitit si v. n I
teen women a- m -.I'L-rs of tin- < c !
Utive committee. He has already up-J
pointed eleven ami w t!l appoint
more. Those from the South are:
Mrs. John 15. Castle:.ma , LoiiisvilL :
Mis. I'aitie-Kilifl or .lea- . 15n 1..
U . \ I .. . 1 ' . . . Ik
ll.llll , .?1 I . !" -''I'llJ i' . ..I
Rl?>. .John K. (Hi! . A..a..ia
Mr-. Uove*rly 11. Mi.: ! l! >
The selection of u >..; n \ til ' l 1
tin- Inn I eoV . i thai the a e-n >
to woman a A a ant in. . .. lull i
w.
Who was cause . !' a 1?
years war,
Ami lai<l aii' '.e
in ashi's. a a1 o "
\ k iL Oi
r
4 l
| PAGELAND
road to com<
rounded by
stride, new
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in the next 1
Lot No.
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I NOW I
HOME OFFICE?UNIO
r;< . >,. .< 'Vy-piK **** ;
WILL HELP COTTON FARMERS
Congressman Byrnes, of this State,
got in some good work when he
amended the agricultural bill by adding
$2~>.00() to it for exterminating
the boll w< i vil. (L i very creditable
to Mr. I!> hat he succeeded in
ettLng t':; ; la. a I?11 -111 adopted as
.'"is the o: y an.endiuent oifend by
l 1' tin eral th. it was adopted. The
ii<-; tii . - ' 1 av.ui:: ? tin efforts
i South' re In-niocraC io get i<gisI
tain that would bcneiit thi- section.
With ibis in iicy it is intended to
establish a station in the Carolinas
to experiment with the arsonie treatment
for boll weevil.
THE FARMER AND THE BANKER
A North Carolina farmer and exbanker,
Mr. J. L. Skinner, gives his
brother farmers some good advice in
an article in the American Cotton
News. He gives some of his experienc's
as follows;
Ever since 1 have been farming, I
have deposited all cash received from
the sale of hogs, cattle or anything
so d or paid in. 1 pay all bills of whatever
kind by cheek on the bank. This
gives me a complete record of every
< ....i. ...t.i r.. u :
i i tin. civ,iin11 <umi |vivvviitn my n;i\ mi;
any money in the house in ease of
fire or burglars. When I run out of
cash I borrow as little* as I can tide
over with, aral deposit that to be
checked on until there is some cash
coming in.
Don't think that because you can't
cany a balance hanks don't want
your business; they do. When 1 bor.' w
.ay ai d check it out yradu.
i"". ( , :i;e a period of probably
i> mo ill . I will have an average of
" I - id to v I Ta for the whole ti i. The
hank i in- to -onto other depo-iand
h keeps an averatr? of so
uch. -> t i-- an endle; - eh hi. A
an is the farmers' best friend if
>\ it. hut tin l:n icr in
I | | i . 1 diV. i )<>!, . ex;it'et
orrow. v lo-n you need cn it if you
never , when you have eash.
The husiness man must meet his
\\i. r. ilue; hu ine-'-i farmei.- must
t .? < r heir credit ' ?ne.
Don't a!>u-e your credit, it i woiah
' i money. I.e. your banker
ad ! 'I 1 now that an honorable
' 11 - or.' i as jpood as another
man's promi ;s rv aote.
ir f t' i o minnl t n cabi
a n. They are I'ust
* U *!? >>, Set efary
.id Secretary ni' Tn ? i'aretary
of I.aim;
t 1 I ' f ensationnl ie ijrna f
etary of State
i.i ie a hip,- noi-e.
'irves t old and l.aI
..i > U-ll V. s,
' a and 1 leadaciie;.
<r. i#-. it
m ciav.
OPI
STie Ui
Offer
Pa
: A town only tv
for which sun
some of the mo
>eop!e will contir
ew years should
1 : < > *;i< r Lot, 2."\10ll fe< t, will
do ' . Lot No. 2 : 25x1 Oh; 11
^ . . i :>u, duck score room -?o\
o. occupied by Hardware.
! . a Carafe. Lot No. 6, i
i'roa . bo Ie< t deep, thence to i*i
e. v . . 'i > I'ei-L width rear, ! ">0
t No. 7, 'JI)n 1 00, with hall mtei
id I). 2b\">0 feet.
s it Cov/eil property M
i ho i Cash, balance 1 and 2 y
AND
: ' AC!-"-.A AD DI? f?NO
N, S. C.
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N. C. MAN SUES HEAD
OF STATE INSANE ASYLUM
A <1 image suit, alleging mental an- 1
guish, has been started in Union
County Superior court against John
McCanipbell, superintendent of the
state insane asylum, and Kirksey &
Company, emhalmers of Morganton,
by Mi E. I.. Melton of Uuford town- 1
ship, lie asks for a verdict of $4200.
The action is based on indifference
and negligence displayed by the two ,
defendants in the preparation and ;
jshipment of the body of the plaintiff's I
wife, who died at the asylum on No- <
!vembrr 24, according to Mr. Melton's I
attorneys Messrs. J. C. M. Vann and <
VV. O. Lemmond. I
j The corpse of the deceased did not
reach Monroe until the morning of
Nov. 26th. It was expected to arrive !
on the morning of Nov. 25th, and Mr. j
Melton had made preparations for |
the funeral services to be conducted !
that day. As a result of this delay,!,
"the plantiff was greatly harrassed ;
in mind, his feelings were hurt, hists
family was greatly humiliated and
mortified, and embarrassment and j
grief of his family and friends which (
resulted from the negligence of the ,
defendants, contributed to plaintics's
anguish," says the complaint. 1
When Mrs. Melton was placed in s
the institution, the plaintiff claims he 1
instructed the defendant, Mr. McCampbell,
to notify the Clerk of
the Court of Union County, in case of
death, and to ship the body to Monroe.
Kxpcn.se of the performance of
this request was guaranteed by Mr.
Melton.
Si . lion five < f iho complaint states:
"The defendant telegraphed the
plain' T on lh<- death-of his wife, but
i y in,) ne.jrligently failed to
hip the bodv, a- he had agreed to
<l"-" .
( n' ii rng, th complaint alleges: |
"The do! ndnnt, after having the!
hod? tilt i: I iia r to Kirk.-ey <y Co.,
undertakers, to be prepared for burial,
f ailed to give sufficient instruction:
t?> .i - o. for its hipnu nt to
Monroe. Ti:ey did not ui dciUtl.c to
secure the necessary expense money
ft "in b pbiinliir, and the body laid
in Kirk.-i v . Co npany's undertaking
parlor- f r t\v<? 01* three days.
" i!i" al tia till', woi tied over the debt}
a ithal of the nody,called
Mr. McCampbell over the telephone j
i'.Iih i: forme,| i,i . in i tilde insulting i
o an1.1 r. a b ktiew nothing of the i
body. !I< lo o c .ile<! up Kilksey ?V: >
Co.. i! a roll;.: h Mr. T. I*. Dillon, and
foui I that they haul willfully and
a I'gea, ly failed or lefu^ed for a licind
of two or thi'ee days to prepare
said body fni* huristl. The body did
an, *.rri < ainti! the m ruing of Noxer.'.er
Jaith." .Monroe Knquircr
jbk. v -r-vr aenggatBf iflajtaw?H
Mart
>ORTl
nited L
s to the public S(
geland, S. (
velve years old, a
/ey has been mac
>st productive ag
iue to come, new
i
not D3 greater t
The Prop
i I)rick store 25x00, o ( 11:?i?>< 1 Ly
rick Store 25x00, (Irocery.
100, Furniture. Lot No. 4, same
Lot No. 5, 25x75 Orick store.
f\n L-Sha|?e<l I>rii k structure, 25
yhl 25x10; the lot fronts 25 feet
feet fleep.
est in 00-foot hrick wall. Lots
IcGrexor and Pearl :'ls. Terms
ears, witli morti?ac;e at 6 pr. Ct.
W 13 T.IE TIME xO OWN YOL
I
YEAR PASSES AND
SHE NOW IS SURE
DECLARES TIME CONVINCED
I'.Eii TANLAC'S AID IS
LASTING
"ID FINE MEDICINE"
M>?. .'ill i Davit, of Spartanburg,
Sajrt Health And Strength
Were Restored
"A ye. r has passed since I first
took Tanlac, and now I can say with
confidence that Tanlac certainly is a
fine medicine, for I know what it will
lo. I am triad to give this statement
in endorsement of Tanlac," said Mrs.
Ella C. Davis, of Drayton, S. C., a
suburb of Spartanburg1.
"I took Tanlac for stomach trouble
of a "had and painful form, and I
ilso suffered attacks of appendicitis.
I was very weak, and overwork had
ilniost broken down my health.
"The Tanlac stopped the indigestion,
though, and soon I was not
troubled any more with appendicitis.
na;na U oU.. 1^*4- 4 TL..
* ??woc {radio ill llljr O*UC it'll IUU, 1 1115
medicine gave me back my appetite,
strengthened my nerves and restored
lie to health and strength."
Tanlac, the Master Medicine, is sold
by The Chesterfield Drug Co., Ches<
terfield, S. C.; T. E. Wanamaker &
Mt. Croghan, S. C.; McBea Drug Co.,
Sons, Cheraw; Mt. Croghan Drug Co*
McBee, S. C.; Pageland Drug Co.,
Pageland, S. C.; J. T. Jowers Sons,
Jefferson, S. C. Adv
WHY SUFFER SO?
Why suffer from a bad back, from
-harp, shooting twinges, headaches,
dizziness and distressing urinary ills?
People around here recommend
I loan's Kidney Pills. Could you ask
for stronger proof of merit?
Mrs. .). A. (\>xe, of Cheraw, S. C.
says: "1 suffered terrildy from kidr.ey
trouble and the pains were s?>
se.Lia 1 was ia constant misery, liny
started in the sin.ill of my back and
would shoot up and down as if a
knife was piercing me. 1 had t rrihle
headache s and 1 was so nervous, ,
1 couldn't stay quiet a minute. 1
couldn't .sleep in ausc the pain wa.-. j
so had. My kidneys acted irregularly, I
too, and certainly c. used me a lot of
annoyance. A friend told me about
Doan's Kidney Pills and 1 took a few j
doses. 1 could feel myself getting]
relief. 1 continued taking them and i
used ii.e boxes, Doaii't completely
cured me. Doan's and I are fine
f riends."
fitli at all dealers. Foster Md'-uro '
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y, Adv. j
ch 41
JNITY
and Sc
3me of the most
d., at Pul
lready the fastes
fe; good roads tc
ricultural lands '
enterprises will
han that shown
erty We Are
-BIG TIMEIR
BUSINESS HOUSE OR YOU1
IND
.in
BUILDIP
Owing to deh
WINDOW SA<
these materials ui
days overdue and
it gets here.
I am selli
MANTLES at rk
Also have ne
to see me if you ii
J.
Is Your Cor
?
There's a lot ofd
is put together from
represents just that m;
likely to be exactly 11
B I
Briscoe C:?rs
Briscoe Entfint t
over every process of
quirements.
That is why Bris
economy, of consisteii
why, too, when you n<
delay and at a moder;
WE ARE BRISCOE E
We have Two T
HAVE ADVANCED
tnesc at the old price.
Farmers
th, 1C
KNO<
lies Co
desirable propert
blic Auctl
;t growing town ii
> come for which 1
of South Carolina
locate, so there i
in the past.
i Offering
Also Six Business I.oLi 2~>X I -)0 ji
owned hy Pageiand Ins'iraiic
Also Fourteen and two-fifths (1 1
tenant house, occupied; al1
capable of producing from o
Within half-mile High Schoo
OTHER PROPERTY and SPEC:
NOUNCED LATER OR ON T
* HOME.-REAL ESTATE IS DOL
SAL1
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mmMmrnmmmmmammmmummmm
. JUIJWWP J- UI IIML'IIPUI
^GMATl
iy in receiving car of
)H I cannot supply the
itil the shipment arrives.
I will take care of all
ng beautiful QUEEN
jht prices.
;w building materials. It
ntend building.
AARON S
* UIL T
Or Justi
itferenee between the two methods,
the products of a score or more o
my standards of construction, no tv
le same.
R!S &Oi
are 99 Per Cent. Built in Briscoe f
s not only design the car, but the
manufacture, and see that it is uj
roe C irs s< t nnrnatchable standarc
t pel lOt'iiiaiu c,' of uii-rou<io satisfa
ed a spare part you can get it with
ite expense.
ISTP.IE'JTCii: FOR CHBST'JPFI
OURINC CARS on hand and all!
$100.00 on each car January 1,
Merc ail!
):30 J
CKS
mpany
y in
on
^ 4- 1^. ^ O 4- ~ 4. ~ i i- I- -
ii Lilts OLciitr, wiLii c
oonds have been 1
l, cannot help but
s no reason why t
;,;t opposite foregoing properly, ;
' ii Kealty Co. Terms same.
2-r>) acres, at city limits, with 5-rc
out one-hall acre in cultivation, ;
no and one-half to two hales to a<
!.
IAl. i F.RfvIS Of SAI.F. i n pf i
HE GROUNDS.
CASH
FILLING IN PRICE, AND SO WILL
lS G(
Local Agent, H. B. SOW
ERIAL
DOOR and
demand for
It is several
orders when
QUALITY
will pay you
iELLERS
Put Together
The car that
f parts-makers
;o c?i' which are
g
'lants
y stand guard
> to Briscoe reIs
of operating
clion. That is
a minimum ol'
F.l O COU1TY
liough PRICES
we are selling
CO.
UVL
j j u
i new rail^oted,
sur.
keep this
he growth
ind J
Mini I
mil |j
KNPRIZES
ttENTS. BUY NOW
' 4
ELL, Pageland, S.C.
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