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Range Exhibit Extraordinary! One Week Only Given Free a $12.00 set of Aluminum Cooking Ware with every Range sold during this exhibit TBS Ulfl BEND Me mm All-iv&its Preferable IJI Ell I' 'jrBWWBMMBll Bj t i nH Bkv 111 I H I The Only Range made with Aluminum Fused Rust-Proof Flues HOW TO GET THE WARE FRFE COME to the exhibit of The South Bend Malleable. An expert demonstrator will show you the range; tell you all about the way it is made, and why it is such a good baker and consumes so little fuel. He will also show you the Patented Aluminum Fused, Rust-Proof Flues. No other range made has flues of this kind of metal. We know it is the best range made, and you will find out for yourself that this is true. If you buy one of these ranges during the week of the exhibit, we will make you a present of a complete set of High Grade Pure Aluminum Cooking Ware, worth $12.00. This offer is good for the week of the exhibit only, and you cannot afford to miss it. Be sure and come early. You will see and hear many useful things. There will be useful souvenirs free. Remember the date. Oct 12th to 17th Why not buy your range at home when YOU CAN DO AS WELL OR BETTER; we pay hundreds of dullars every year toward the betterment of schools, roads, charitable causes, etc., so why not buy at home and keep your money here, where it benefits all. We are in position to sell you on easy terms or cash and when you need repairs, you don't have to send cash be fore you get them as you do from a mail order house or a wagon peddler. Come in and if we don't save you money and give you a better value, then the treats are on us. FLY HARDWARE COMPANY i PERSONAL. Mrs. Dave Watkins, of Ashwood, I spent Friday in the city shopping. Misses Sadie and Ida Walker were here from Godwin Friday. J. H. Thomas, of Giles county, 1b the guest of his brother Sam Thom as. Miss Imogene Barrow and Miss La rissa Kittrell spent Friday in Nash ville. Mrs. John Lane and little daughter. Martha, are back from a visit to rel atives in Knoxville. H. E. Harriman was called to Nash ville Thursday on account of the death of his grand mother. Mr. Har riman is connected with government county surveyor, accompanied by Mrs. hog cholera experiment station here. McKissick, has returned from a pleas Mrs. E. S.Cayce has returned from ant visit to Denver and Chicago. a visit to Nashville. Mrs. F. M. Walker, of Santa Fe, Mrs. Felix M. Ellett and son, Mortl- was a Saturday shopper in Colum- mer, were in the city Friday. bia. Dr. R. M. W. Black is in Atlanta David Trousdale, a prosperous to attend the marriage of his sister, farmer of the McCains section, was Miss Carrie Cooper, of Mt. Pleas- m Columbia Thursday. ant, is the week end guest of Miss Lois Timmons. C. M. Erwin returned to Atlanta Friday afternoon after a visit of sev eral days to his mother, Mrs. W. T. Erwin. . V. MoGavock, special aunt for Mrs. J. A. Marshall and Miss Mary Brandon, of Lewisburg. came to Co lumbia Friday shopping. J. Knox Polk, state agent of the Aetna Fire Insurance Co., was in the city Friday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Godwin and Middle Tennessee of the Continental ; mtie daughter were in the city from Fire Insurance Co., spent Friday parf8 station Thursday. ANGSTON DR. I. W. L ACCEPTS THE CALL OF FIRST BAPTISTS YOUNG DIVINE OF SOUTH CARO LINA WILL 8UCCEED DR. L. T. MAYS. LIKE BUILDING ON A ROCK is the house whose foundation ii made with our cement. For it practi cally is a solid rock after the cement has thoroughly dried. When you think of the repair bills you won't have to pay you cannot but see hot economical our cement is. Richardson Lumber Co. Bell Phone 113 Citizen Phone 148 CHICHESTER S PILLS W--v . THE DIAMOND BRAND. A 1 ak .Lb.r Bar f jmmr fitnkKon m HotSil,linri Rrilibl. SOLO BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE I. R.4 d W.U B.mcV night in the city. Mrs. Arch Craige, of Mt. Pleasant, is visiting in the city. Trade Shelton is back from a week's trip to Baltimore. Mrs. W. C. Smith and daughter spent Saturday In Columbia hdli Pint. I Mrs. Lebert Patterson, of Lewis iburg, was a Saturday shopper in Co- miss Irene unoate was here from : lumbla. Williamsport Saturday shopping. Misses Penina, Sallie and Mary Misses Louise and Marie Foster orr were here from Bryant's Station were here from Williamsport Satur- Saturday day. W. R. M. MoKissick, the popular UN" s H Q E For People Who Walk s STALKERS wdnt good shoes that do not chafe or tl annoy their feet shoes that fit and wear well and yet are not expensive. We have just what you want, and they cost no more than the ordinary shoe. The comfort is in the making. Our stock of Ladies', Misses', Men's and Chil dren's Shoes was never so complete as now. We have a shoe lor every foot. 'The Cash Way's the Only Way Costs Less." It We made it possible you made it pay." SPOT CASH SHOE STORE Harry W. Frierson A. B. Cummins OF SCHOUBLY ATTAINMENTS GOV. HOOPER WILL BE HERE OCT. 17 Graduate of Furman University and of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and Highly Recommend ed by Leaders of the Church. T0 MAKE SECOND CAMPAIGN SPEECH IN MAURY COUNTY AT 1 O'CLOCK. Miss Ophelia Page has returned from an extended and very success ful trip to Canada. Mrs. Charles B. Farias and little daughter, Estelle Elizabeth, are here from Oklahoma to visit Mrs. H. F. Fariss. Mrs. George Witt and daughter, Miss Rachel, were here from Lynn rllle Saturday shopping at the Co lumbia stores. Prof. I C Brans, of the Woodrow school at Williamsport. spent Sat urday in the city. Mrs. F. C. Sowell is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Reed, in Union City. Miss Doakie Craige, of the Hope well section, was here Monday. Mrs. James A. Smiser has returned from a visit to relatives In Virginia. Mrs. J. R. Martin has returned from Nashville, where she spent the past week. Mr. and Mrs. James F. Frazier and children, of Nashville, were in the city Sunday afternoon. Rev. L. W. Langston, of Columbia, South Carolina, has accepted the call extended him by the congregation of the First Baptist church and will en- m , . ter upon the discharge of his duties , A . k at once, preaching hi. first sermon jS-T 'ZZ"l on Sunday. October 18. Z'Z Z A 7E7Z7TZ? Rev. Mr. Langston is a young man. IlITl? rifkt rt tr Afilv won T v.uiT VIM Ml irf A. IT A V W m UV W but he has been preaching for some J conspicuously posted at several time and Is a man of unusual attain- GOOD MEETING AT CDLLEOKA CHURCH REVIVAL OF THE BAPTISTS IS ATTRACTING GOOD CROWDS. Rev. E. J. Baldwin, of Chattanoo ga, is conducting a most successful revival at the Friendship Baptist church at Culleoka. He is being ably assisted by the pastor, Rev. Geo. Freeman and Rev. J. F. Brownlo', of ML Pleasant. A great deal of interest Is being shown and large crowds are attending. FOR SALE SEED WHEAT "NEW ECONOMY" VARIETY. Smooth headed, stiff strawed, big yield. Selected from fields that pro duced 30 to 40 bushels per acre. Care fully graded over a Power Clipper Machine, and absolutely free of cockle and all foreign seeds. CLAWSON BROS, Ashwood, Tenn.. both phones. dl3667810jl21314jlBJw29. ( places about the city. No place for s. nrf la hlanlv educated. He is the VMg tted in the an. an A. B. graduate of Furman Univer- nouncment but it is probable that stty, of Greeneville, S. C and Is a he 0Teor wiU the opera full graduate of the Southern Baptist horue' where he Pke fop Theological Seminary, of Louisville, a- Tni w,u nd Ky where he received the degree of palgn tnBt v- HoPr has M Thg made in Columbia as he did not visit No one has ever come to the pas- m county durin hI e torate of the local church more high- for 8vernr- j ly recommended than Dr. Langston. -From one of the ablest and oldest tto TjT?r rAITHV members of the Baptist convention of i LUOIILVL LUlLl the South Dr. Langston has presented the very highest recommendations. He has been commended for his solid piety, his scholarly attainments, his energy and his devotion to duty. The pastorate of the First church has been vacant since the resignation of Dr. Livingston T. Mays, who was l appointed consul of the United States! to Charlottestown, Prince Edward Island, some months ago. Dr. Langston is married. OF BOOTLEGGERS Cheap Land in Arkansas and Lou isiana. Invest your money where it will double in five years. For partic ulars address L J. PENNINGTON, 310 Masonic Temple, Little Rock, Ark. 357W. fee The HecsJel, SEVEN WERE ROUNDED UP AT SAWDUST SATURDAY BY DEP. UTY BEN ALDERSON. Deputy Sheriff Ben Alderson un earthed a whole bunch of alleged bootleggers at Sawdust Valley Satur day afternoon. One was arested and when tried before Esq. Joe Wilkes, he implicated others who were later arrested. The process of implica tion continued until no less than sev en had been placed under arrest. It is said that it took two men riding for an hour or two to round up the whole bunch. On trial before Esq. Wilkes, all were bound over to the grand Jury. Women and Jewelry Are Inseparable Man wants the one, and wants the one to have the other, "fwas ever thus. We invite you to make an inspection of our stock. It is peculiarly adapted to the needs of all classes, and includes some excellent selections at exceedingly moderate prices. Gotham Bros.