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MENNETTSYILLE, S, 0.
nv s. A. imo war & oo.
Ofllce West of Court House.
Wednesday, Juno 24, 1896.
i ou ? th at Dillon.
Kneing, trotting, bioyolo racing
and other sports aro on tho program
Jbrt iio 4th of July at Dillon. Marl
horn is invited to take part in the
> \ ts of tho day.
T ottors addrossod to tho follow
ing persons romain uncalled foi
ul ii io postoflico:
M i\ John M. Long, Mr. E. V,
m, Mrs. Julia Wilson, Miss
! 1 anna Daake.
Bi io klan's A rn toa Salve.
. boob Salvo in tito world for out?
brtdiK'S, nore?, uloors, ealt rheum, fcvci
bores, tottor, ohappod bauds, ohilblains one
corns and all oklu eruptlous, and positively
om < pilon, or no imy roqulrod, It ie gunr
> ? I fco gtvo porioot eatbifootlcn, or mon
r.y i- /undod. Prioo 25 oouUpor box. Foi
i ttl? t J. T. Dougie?* drug store.
11?vu New Flour.
1 nm now prepared to grind wheat,
ami parties bringing mo their wheat
will receive prompt attention, and,
i!' possible, satisfaction.
H. K, COVINGTON.
.Inno 8, 1.89G.
To ; oach In Columbia.
Prof. W. Z. McGhee, tho clever
iii!- gentleman who closed up Prof.
V 'J . Brodie's term as principal ol
braded School, has been elected
M' as datant in the Columbia Graded
Sehobh Weare glad to know lu
5i;ot a pleasant place for thc next
A M ian Town.
IMr. A. II. Knight, who has made
.t careful examination of every lo
ca) i ty in our town by order of thc
lio.i: il of Health, says that thc towr
clean of filth as it could wei
Ive vhich speaks well for thc effort*
r people to preserve the heal tl
i tho town.
y for Business,
ur. Willie Smith, of the Bethe
on, has purchased a Pecrlesf
I -action Engine for thc purpose ol
hing grain, or anything requir
ing power. WiM hn* plenty o(
anil t?nti.'i'prise and deserves 1
y appr?ciation hy the funnor?
tuny need holp in thia line.
ok y Farine?*.
i. it. < !. Mclntyr. k\\ Uv. lav
oo'... orup ol 0verytnilig lins ?cu
hattie ever had. While it haf
a hard season on gardens, lu
n abundance of vegetables ant
thc finest. He says also that his
iK Km crop will bc fine and will bi
ready on thc 4th July. We rctun
i>o:u*i y thanks for four large solii
heall of cabbage.
T'r.:;th and Health. 0
fi you aro not fooling strong and healthy
try 1 leotrlo l?ttors. If "La Grippo" hn
loft yoli weak and weary, imo Elootric Bit
ti;i8. This remedy acts directly on Livor
Rtomaoh and Kidneys, gontly aiding thosi
orjjaii!! to perform their functions. If yoi
rae agitated with Siok Ileadacho, you wil
lind ?needy and permanent relief taklnj
i'MocUio Bitters. Ono trial will convine
yon that this Is the only remedy you noce"
?l\iy I<argo bottlcB 500. at J. T, Douglas
drug ? toro.
Suonier Excursion Rates.
Tho Cape Fear and Yadkin Val
loy railway will sell round trip sum
?ner rxcursion tickets to all moun
lain and seaside resorts. Ticketsoi
?nile Juno 1st, to September 30,18 9G
Good tor return passage on or befor
October 31st, 189G. For ticket
and information call on any Cap
Fear and Yadkin Valley railwa;
IV?OOOI? High Sohool.
K ipecial attention is asked to tin
' "omenf of tluf? eehool, wino]
?ti tito ( Hu ol' A ugust muli!.
uagomolU ol '.Prof. 10. IC. Cra
br malty1 y euro past piincipii
netto Academy , Prof, C rrt\ ci
c. now'nt work making the nccdei
changes in tho school building a
Mci'Ml so as to accommodate tin
groSyihg patronage of this populai
school in one of the healthiest por
ti on1 of tho county.
AM Fran. 4
fhoio who havo used Dr. King's Now Dis
rio ve ry know its valuo, and tboso who hav
nf.! , li .vo now tho opportunity to try lt Free
Call o? tho ndvortised Druggist and got
Trini Hottlo Preo. Bond on your nara
mid mldrosB to II. li. Buoklon A Oo,, Obi
ongo, und get a samplo box of Dr. King'
Now Ufo Pills Freo, as well ns a copy 0
Guiri r to Health and Ilousohold Instruoloi
Free, AU of which is guaranteed to do yo
?ocd (ind cost you uithing. Por oalo n
-T T, Dougloa' druy atoro.
After the "Tigers."
Deputy W. II. Hubbard is doini
good work looking after "blind ti
ger.M";nnd breaking up tho practic
of idling liquor on tho sly. H
arrested Cooloy Campbell, of Mc
Coll, on Wednesday lost and gav
him ii hoaring before Commissiono
Mf??/ilurin on Tliursday and tin
cyiilonco was so strong that hi
liowjr sent him to jail and on Fri
day ot Saturday of next week ho wil
be tijkon to Charleston for trial
??l?js makes tho third ?aso for Ms
Kuhliard ainoo last court.
F? XS I* ? O rsi A. Xv 6? .
Mr. R. 0. Nowton is homo from
Mr. Raiford Torry and family
have gone to Rockingham for tho
M???S Kattie ^vans carno homo
Thursday night from Winthrop
T. W, Bouchier, Esq., returned
Sunday night from Mount Vornon
Mr. Willie Rogers, of Rocking
ham, N, C., spent Sunday in Bon-,
Miss Mary Nowton returned
last week from Williamston Fe
, male College.
i Mr. H. B. Crosland, of the
Choraw Reporter, spent Sunday
Wo regrot to learn that our
young friend H. B. Jennings still
continues quite sick.
Wo aro glad to learn that Mr.
G. W. Hearsey is improving and
hope to seo him out soon.
5 Mr. S. M. Breeden has moved
into his new residence noar his
father's on Darlington street.
T. I. Rogers, Esq., and Mr. T,
? S. Evans attended the campaign
r meeting at Manning Monday.
1 Mr. L?. E. Gaston, who has been
1 spending a few days with rela
l ti vos in Choraw, has returned.
j Mr. J. B. Taylor, Choraw's pop
ular photographer, spent Sunday
in Bennettsvillo with his mother.
Miss Marion Wallaco left last
Thursday to visit relatives and
1 friends in Columbia and Atlanta.
Hon. II. M. Stackhouso was
in town Friday and called to soe
us, but wo regrot we woronotin.
Miss Mayo Turlington, of Bal
timore, Md., is visiting her uncle,
Mr. Willis Turlington, of this
Mr. and Mrs. James Carroll,
who have been visiting at Green
ville, S. C., returned homo Friday
[ Miss Carrie Eastorling spout
1 sovoral days last week visiting
? Miss Jessie Kirkwood, of the
' Bothel 'section.
Mrs. Thomas J, Capel, who has
been spending some time with
rolativos in Marion county, has
! Master Charlie and Miss Goldie
? Chapman, of Columbia, are visit
J ing their grand parents, Mr. and
i Mrs. S. A. Brown,
I Mrs, T. W. Bouchier and child
i ron and Mrs. Dr. Townsend are
i spending some limo at Mount Ver
non Springs, N. C.
Wc are glad lo report that our
young friend J. T. Dudley, Esq.,
I is improving and was ablo to ride
. out Monday afternoon.
p Mr. and Mrs. S. C. West, of
Walnut Cove, N. C., spent Sun
I day in Bennettsvillo, tho guest of
J Dr. avid Mri-. .1. L Jor ian*
\\ Our young friends Cecil Oros
'j laud and A. .!'). Woodie, who have
boen going to li'urmah Uniyersityj
i'?tuimeci UOUK? I V. I: y -i ^hi
< Mis? ttl? Iso Nt okey . .-n.d
M inst wooli, iu-v'ompnnied . >,?' 'hil1
- tattier, Kev. J. Lt. Stokos, from
j Williamston Fomalo College.
i Rev. J. L. Stokes and Hon. H.
I H. Nowton attended tho com
i mencement exorcises of William
3 sion Female Collogo last week,
i Mrs. Covington, who has been
I on a visit to her brother, Mr. B.
A. Capel, returned to her home
in Wadosboro on Wodnesday last,
Mr. R. Lt. Pearson, thopopnlai
and officient agent at Lester, wat
j in town Saturday and m ado us r
pleasant call. Wo aro alwayt
glad to soo friend Bob.
I Miss Allio Moore, tho accom
x plished daughter of Mr. M. A, J
l Mooro, of tho Bethel section, ro
j turned homo from Winthrop Col
e loge last woek to tho delight o:
'. her many friends.
'* Mr. W. L. Turnor left Monday
morning for Greenwood, S. C.
his homo, to attend tho funeral o:
his brother, Mr. S. C. Turnor, a
- ono timo head salesman and after
- wards book-keeper for Col. C. S
i Mr. D. L. Jennings, the popu
. lar ?ind efficient secretary ant
0 manager of tho Beaumont Manu
3 facturing Company of Spartan
lj burg, S. C., has boen in towt
several days at thc bedside of hil
' sick brother, Mr. H. B. Jennings
Hj H. Covington, Esq,, ono o
tho mosteloquont, interesting ant
impressive speakers in tho Pei
3 Deo section, and an able lawyer
1 will deliver a Masonic addres
i' to-day ;.i 1 hcraWi Ih? oc^nsioi
-1 beiiig ib<1 ?dobrat iou of St. john'
i Mis? ? lom'?e Lipscomb, ol' Mud
1-ison, Fla. i io visiting tho fain il;
I of her uncle, Col. Knox Living
3 ston. Miss Lipscomb graduate*
. with distinction at tho rocont com
mencement of Lucy Cobb Insti
tute, Athons, Ga., tho best femal
collogo in that S tato.
Prof. E. Pi. Cravon, the lat
principal of Palmetto Acadom;
at Pino Grove, but who has pui
? chased tho McColl High Schoc
. proporty and in the future wil
R dovbto Iiis time, his talents an
? energy to tho upbuilding of M(
!" Coll and surrounding country ec
J ucatlonally, was in town Monda
' and made us a pleasant call.
[[ Mr. N. H. Stephons, an ol
t rosidont of Marlboro, but for th
last twenty-live yoars a resider
of Alabama, has boon spending
few wooks visiting relatives an
? frionds in Adamsvillo and Brighl
? villo. He says Marlboro has mad
wondorf ul improvement since Yt
0 loft, and our farmers aro up-t<
o dato. Ho loft for horne Saturday
ft Mi. James Pcrduo, an old nobber
, Monroe, Mich , waa severely afllloted wli
rheumatism bnt received prompt rollof fro
8 pain by lining Chamberlain's Pain Bah
8 Bo says} "At tlmoa my baok would aol
- no badly that I could hardly raino up.
\ I had not gotten rollof I would not bo bo
to wrlto thoso fow linea. Ohnoaborloh
,# Pain'Balm had done mo ? groot deal
good and I fool very thankful for U?" V
.ala nt Jonnlnga* Phavtf^oy,
TO ir JV AND CO VNTY NE W8.
-~- Full moon to-morrow.
- Wanted-a ripe molo?'.
- Summor bogan on Saturday.
- Mr. E. S. Carlisle withdraws
from tho race for Auditor.
- Quito a numbor from tow?
uro visiting Choraw to-day.
- What has become of the cot
ton factory recently talked of ?
- A large lot of tobacco Hues
for salo at the hardware store.
- Now is tho time to plant your
oarly crop of Ruta Baga turnips.
- Soveral of our bicyclists
wont to Blenheim Sunday after
- Mr, J. F. Hart is turning out
some beautiful brick at tho yard
in ijear of Mr. T, J. Breoden's.
- Ready mixed paints for tin
or single roofs, can be had in any
quantity at the hardware store.
There will bo a Sunday
school picnic at Bruton's Fork
- George White, colored, sent
in a load of very nico watermelons
this morning, He is ahead this
- Lice in some sections of tho
county have, to a certain extent,
damaged and retarded tho growth
- The pipe ih the artesian well
is now ovor 825 feet ana the hope
is that we arc oxpocting water
- To got tlie f?ll benefit ot our
now election taw, every white
man must register Don't wait
any longer, mends.
- Tho rains lasl Thursday wore
in good timo for tho early corn,
which is now safe, as well as a
help to Other crops.
- One of Mr. J. F. Breoden's
little sons was Iii town Monday
and reported a ripo watermelon
on Sunday, the 21st.
- Mr, G. Ii. Barrett's tobacco
farm just out of tho incorporate
limits of town on tho eastern
border, is a picture of beauty.
- A basket picnic will bo given
at Medlin Springs on tho 4th of
July. Fill a basket and go and
get the privilege of that good wa
- We return thanks to Mr. C.
D. John for a short ride in the
country on Saturday afternoon
to look at the crops, which aro
- Read tho advertisement of
tho McColl High School in this
issue, and for further information
write to or call on Prof. TS. E.
Craven, McColl, S. C.
- Friends, you have only a few
more days in which to make your
returns of real and personal prop
erty to the town clerk Tho books
close the first of July.
. - A good many brich aro now
on the ground (or thc now build
ing to take tlie place ol! the old
McColl Utill, recently inoyed to
tin- south c?rner of thob)ock.
. ice c-roiAiu wu.- sn rv eu on the
lennis court at I >). LiSijhgKtoiVs'
Friday ev oii in ?j by the ??diofj \ ?
the Methodist church. Tho re
ceipts of the ovening were about
- Tho prospect now is that our
farmers are going to make moro
corn this year than ever before,
and with a fair crop of oats to help
they will be independent next
- Mr. T. I. Rogors was spoken
of by "Farmer" last week as a
possiblo candidate for tho Legis
lature, and this week he is en
dorsed and his candidacy formally
announced by "Voter." Mr.
Rogors would make us an able
- Free, C4 page medical refer
ence book to any person afflicted
with any special, chronic or deli
cate disease peculiar to their sex.
Address tho leading physicians
and surgeons of tho United States,
Dr. Hathaway & Co., 22? South
Broad Street, Atlanta, Ga.
- Cards are out announcing
tho marriage of our young friend
W. H. Kirkwood and Miss Sal lio
Adams, tho beautiful and accom
plished daughter of Mr. T. M.
Adams, in tho Mothodist church
at Gibson Station, N. C., tho 2d
of July. In advance of tho hap
py event wo ox tend our congratu
- Tuesday of last week was
duly observed hore as "decora
tion day" by our Pythian friends.
Members from each lodge mot
and marched in a body to both
cemeteries and decorated tho
graves bf their fallon broth ron.
The ladies turned out, furnished
Howers in abundance, and 'hus
passed a pleasant, yet sad oyout
in tin li*? es of many,
- Tho Supervisors of Regis
tration advortiso in this issue to
begin a special visit to each town
ship in tho county for tho purposo
of registering voters. They will
begin with Red Hill township at
Coxe's s toro July 11th and con
tinuo in tho field until ouch town
ship as aforosaid has been visited.
Road thoir notico and be ready on
tho day thorein specified,
- Mr. J. P. Driggors was in
town this week and reports good
crops in his section. Ho says that
any candidate who wants his sup
port must como to see him pre
pared to do a full days work, that
is, from sun up to sun down, and
bring his rations. He says that
puts tho latter condition for tho
reason that it isgonorally known
that tho avorago candidato is not
worth his board.
~- A little colored boy whilo
loitering around tho depot last
Wodnosday carno very noar being
killed. This thing of so much
loafing at and around tho depot
by small boys during train hours
should bo stoppod. Fa thor s and
mothers, both white and colored,
should look into tho matter and
hold a tighter roln over their
boys, or sorrow as a result of
negligence may darken their now
perhaps happy home,
Heavy Thunder Storm.
During tho sovero electric storm
lust night a houso on W. P. Cov
ington's lot iii East Bcnnottsvillc
was struck by lightning and badly
damaged. No ono was hurt
Thc infant babe of Mr. O. W.
Palmer died at thc homo of its grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Stone,
Tuesday at noon.
Died at the homo of his father at
Greenwood, S. C., on Sunday last at
12 o'clock, Mr. S. C. Turner, for
the last ten years a resident of our
town in tho employ of Mr. C. S.
McCall. He was rt fair business
man and never Hagged in his devo
tion to tho interests of his employer.
He was loved and liked by all who
knew him. Ho has been in failing
health for over a year, and thinking
a change would do Iii m good, went
to spend some time with Iiis father,
when ii relapse occurred. Peuce to
Union services next Sunday higlii j
at thc Presbyter ian on u reit.
Rev. Ernest C?iUespIt?ofih? )'r<'
Ivy terian church will preach hi thc
Presbyterian eh ure! I. MeColl mi
Sunday morning next ut ll o'clock.
Ki", Ernest Gilli spic preached a
very able Hermon in thc Methodist
church Sunday night, taking for his
j lexi thc words: "Prepare to meet
Kev. J. A. W. Thomas will fill
thc pulpit of the Baptist church next
Sunday morning at 10:30. Lot all,
old and young, go and hear this
veteran soldier of thc cross.
Hov. N. J. Holmes, of Greenville,
S. C., will conduct a protracted
meeting in tho Presbyterian church
beginning Wednesday evening July
1st, at 8:30. All invited to attend.
On thc first Sunday in July there
will be a special sermon preached
in the Presbyterian church at 6
o'clock p. m., for men only. Let
every man in town attend this spo
Rev. J. L. Stokes of thc Metho
dist church is preaching a series of
doctrinal sermons. "Repentance"
and "Justification by Faith" have
been handled. Next Sunday he \\ ill
preach on "Regeneration."
There is no place thc young or
old could more pleasantly and pro
fitably spend an hour every Thurs
day night than at Ibo Baptist pray
er meeting. Rev. Rufus Ford made
n timely and impressive talk last
Thursday night on thc "sin of ir
reverence." We arc glad to sec
these meetings so well attended. It
ppoalc; well in hu outwore! way for
tlio respe?! anti love the people
J have for this cloquee und dovOiit
serval11 td' ( 'ludst.
t/ < io ?TV <i ws A ;> i es.
Till r'wi)nu ti<.'eii;e:tt i j.t l <: ? ri the
Clio High School on Thursday and
Friday nights of Inst week wero enjoyed
hy about five hundred of tho ol? to and
polite society pcoplo of tho surround
iug country. The dialogues, recitar ions
and musical performances were if a
high order, and kept the audit net in
a happy state of enjoyment, with out
bursts of laughter that were heard sev
eral hundred yards away.
Mr. A. M. Yates, priueial, nud Miss
Loretta llcustess, iii charge of tho mu
sic department, have added many
leaves ami flowers to their wreath of
fame. The school will continue under
the sumo management next session and
n fine school may be expected. With
tho excellent facilities for board and
rem a i ka bl o lo ul tb lb I m ss of the town
a fine school ought to grow up here.
It is creditable to this part of tho
county to eec its citizens too well satis
fied to advertise themselves ns candi
dates for public ellice, but wo have
some very fine material, and the office
in the winding up of the i ampaign maj
s?ek thc man.
A growing town will altract atten
tion, and wc have just had some lady
visitors from La uri ii burg who dtsiro to
open a millinery s?ore in our town, and
friendly inducements have bcon ofllrid.
A suitable reception will bc given lo
all worthy applicants who come to be
a part of our industrial phalanx, but
id o dudes and dunces are not in de
Thc annual M ?sonic picnic on tho
24th will be at Clio. Everybody will
join in and share in its joys.
Juno 22, 1896,
Is it "overwork'1 that has lilied this coun
try with norvons disp?ptica?-that takes
tho Hehl? from I'M .ii bones, tho vitality from
I their blood, uni] mr.kif. tilt rh ?eobk?, >?'iu\- i
jointed ibid int-il\b<cnl ? No, if. is "ul
J cookie;.;, pvet ealing ot Indigestible st alf,
und otho* huxhli-dcit my ?nj; babita,
Tho remedy is an nitifloinlly digested
food snob ns tho Shaker Digestivo Cordial.
Ins tord if irritating tho rJrondy Inflamed
atonmoh tho Cordial gives it n chanco to
rest by nourishing tho systoin Itself and
digesting othoi food tnkon with lt. So flesh
and fitror.gth rotmn. Is not tho Idea
rational ? Tho Cordial Is palatable and
relieves Immediately. No money riskod to
decido on its ynhio, A io cont ir?al bottle
LA XOT J is tho beet medi?me for child ron,
Doctors recommend it in piuco of Castor
Mothors will find Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy especially valuablo for croup and
whooping cough. It will glvo prompt ro
liof and ls safo and pleasant. Wo havo
sold it for several years and it has never
failed to glvo tho mont perfect satisfaction,
G. W, Richards, DuqueB?o, Pa. Sold at
At Mntlicgon's Thin Week.
Two carloads of Flour.
Car of Bibs now duo.
Anothor car of country corn, good
enough for seed.
Puro Lard, Hny, and pure N, 0.
Mo) a^ ees.
I would ask that 8pcolal comidera
lion bo taken in regard to a fresh lot
of Ship StuiTnud Cow Feed, cheap.
Puro and unmixed.
Unknown Pens, at CO per bushel.
ARE YOU GOING TO WHITEWASH P
II'1 gp DON'T, BUT USE IN PURIN E,
A substituto for Oil Puf lit or Whitewash.
is a dry whito powder that mixes readily with cold water and cnn bo colored
as desired. Gun ho npplicd by any one, to any kind ol' surface, with any kind
of bruah; produces a hard and flexible enamel finish and cannot bo washed off;
will stand rain and weather ?xposure and is not affected by gases. One coat
covers better than ono cont ot paint or two of whitewash; will not rub, scale or
crack, nor will it soften with ago or discolor. Nothing liko it. Try it.
William M. Bini & Co.
03r>IAH.XiH!STO3Sr, JE?. O.
Everlhing in tho Paint aud Oil Lino. Best quality and lowest prices.
FREK SJLVKII iVHOLKSAhli WAREHOUSE
y A.'N2~) nna:KKMAX?Si B V&?NESS.
V?J K 1)0 NOT K NOW WHAT CONUKK&i IS .OOLNO,
V 01 may do, hut one thing NV?' do know- wo intend to in
Till PURCHASING POWER OP A DOLLAR
J JV MARLBORO j regardless of tho rest of the world.
Legislation is too slow; wo have taken tho maller in our own
hands, and all wo ask to convince you that air h is tho caso pienso
call on D, M. D. McLEOD in charge at Mnlheeon's Wholesale
Establishment at tho depot and get his prices on
MOUSSES, SOAP, STARCH, LYE, Etc.
M You will learn at onco that this isv
(A New Era of Trade.
j' To say that we havo bolted the old party lines of high prices is
expressing it mildly, and you have only to call to bo moro fully
impressed with tho fact.
)\ It is a pleasure to show my friends and customers through and
give them prices whether they make a purchase or not, for wo
will make you feel so good that you will think you did buy and
wo will feel better for having met you. All kindly invited
to call. Yours truly,
FOR A. J MATHESON.
l?ennettsville, S. C., May 4, 189(>.
. j'AT!.: OF BOU TH <.'A R< >l ?INA,
County ol Marlboro.- In t.ho Douri of
?jorrt?b ti Pleas,
IJefjn. l?v?li. I|u?l<?I.?)g fUld Loan \?UO
oiufloUj .-?h?Mtiv.', against ?btiiu Ito wc ol .il,
X wdo'signcd by Illa Honor, O. W. Buohnnnu,
Presiding Judgo, lu tho nbovo stated OURO,
on tho 41h day of Juno, 1896, I will sell
before tho court houso door in Benmictto
villo, S.jO., on tho first Monday in July,
1896, during legal salo hours, all that cor
tain lob ?f land situated in tho town of
Bcnnettsvillo, in tho county and Stnto
uforcsnld, containing Ono Aero aud desig
nated "0-4 a general plat of West Bennetts
ville rua 'iO by Wi h Roberson, D. S , on tho
14th day of Dcoombor, A. D., 1879, ns lot
No. 37; bounded by lots Nos. 36,38 and 40
and by Spencer street, and hoing tho tamo
thnt was convoyed to W. D. Ro\vo by O. W.
Terms of sole-cash. Purchaser to pay
for nil papare.
J. A. DRAKE, Clerk.
?TATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Marlboro.--By Milton McLau~
rin, E.?-q , Judgo of Probato.
Whereas, Mnry A. Smith hath rondo
suit to mo to grant her lettors of Admin
istration of tho Eslnto and effects of John
II. Smith, deceased :
Theso are, therefore, to cito and admon
ish nil nud singular tho kindred and orodl
tors of tho said John II. Smith, deceased,
that they bo nnd appear boforo mo in tho
Court of Probate, to ho held nt Bennetts
villo, S. C , on tho 27th of Juno, 1896, nftor
publication hereof ut 11 o'clock io tho fore
noon to show causo, if nny they hnvo, why
said Administration should not bo grunted.
Given under my hnnd this tho 13th dny
of Juno, 1896.
Judgo of Probnto.
Juno 17, 1896.
1 Ito Rbpth visors r>?
i ?j attendance ul l he .
places ;nv( dates lot
isieii) .<>.'is :
Red Hill. Coxc's Store, July 14.
Brownsville, Bristow's Store, u 15.
Hebron, Hebron, " 16.
Red Bluff, Clio, ?* 17
Red Bluff, McColl, .? 18.
Adamsvt!les Adams' Store, " 20.
Brightsvlllo, Goodwin's Store, " 2!.
Smithville, Pipkin's mill, " 23.
A. C, Pearson,
D, L. Mclntirc,
Board ol Supervisors,
Bennetlsvillc, June 17, 1896.
Fall Tera Ops Monia; August 17th.
/fffifo Prepares Students tor College,
*^Q^^^or Fits them for Business,
<??5^ Come and see us, or write to
E. ?; CKAVI4N, Vrliiolpal,
MOCOLL, t?. 0.
June 24, 1896.
?^x^ S?n- W. H, MclHTVtiB will havo for
j?g? Balo this fall Imported Gamo birds.
Breeds : Blook Hor'flOn, Red Hones, War
Horses, Jrlsh Grey?. Addrcw W. H.* Bon.
Mtt?YMl?, 0, 0,, Box 96,
NOTICE OF REGISTRATION.
ruc books for Ibo registration ot votera
will t o oponed nt tho oonrt houso in lieu?
uethivlllo Monday, April 6 th, i$</>, and
?on li o tm open foi tir: consecutivo weeks.
At) fiir.l.; liiibv uti who IVaYo boon resident*
of thc j>l?t? two yearn nm! theil rcflpcotlV.o
p?illijj I i ?lti?I/? (''i' tour iriO.?tlJ8f ?od bu Vd
paid thoi* poll tux tax, mouths previous t<';
an election, and who aro not laboring under
osy of tho disabilities mentioned hi tho
constitution, and who can read aud under"
stand tho constitution, aro qualified to
regit-ter aud becomo electors, Tho books
will bo again opened on tho first Mondays
in Juno, July, August and September and
kept opon ono week in enoh month and
thirty days btfoio tho gor.cr?.l election tho
books will bo closed ; but citizens becoming
of ngo during tho Interval and aro not
otherwise disqualified, may bo registered
before tho books iiio oloxed.
All persons registered ou or before
ponuary ist, ISQS, will be qualified voter*
for lifo unices they subsequently should be
disqualified on account of other providions
of thc constitution.
FltANK iii AN N INO #
A. 0. PKAHSON,
D L. MCINTYRE,
Supervisors ot Registration.
BUY your Garden Sued in bulk and
savo from 2? to 40 ots on ovcry Dob
Jar's worth you buy,
I will guarantee W. Allco Burpco's
seed true, puro, and of high gorral
A valuable book on gai doning freo
with each purohaso of $1 worth of
A Good Stock of Drugs,
Medicines, Pailita, 011B, Putty, Sta
tionery, Fnnoy QoodB, &o., Always
DOUGLAS JENNINGS, Prop.
Wiglsl erro Pharihaolst.
A?II COUNTY IN THE STATE IS
entitled to as many scholarships in
tho Winthrop Col I ego at Rook lilli as it has
representativos in tho llouso of Representa*
Thcso scholarships will bo awarded upon
a competitivo examination to bo hold nt tho
county court houso on July 30th at 9 a. ra.
Applicants must bo not less than Hf teen
years of age and must havo a good knowl
edge of tho common sohool brandies.
Tho oxponscs of attendance do not ox?
oeed $8.50 a month for board, furnished
roora, light aud washing.
For further information and a catalogue,
address Presldout D. B. J???NSON, Rook
hill, S. 0.
naunoo to all persons having sowing ma
chined out of ropalr that I will pub thora
in good repair and will gtwantco thom to
do satisfactory work, I am also proparod
to furnish all broken or missing parto, No
tlfy rao through tho rand and I will go to
your houso and do tho work. Charge?
mado satisfactory. 1 also do clock and
watoh work nt prices to suit tho tiraos.
Tho work hoing dono nt your homo you
havo tho advantage of toBtlng lt boforo pay
ing for lt, L. WI0K8B,
B&nnottavlllo, S, 0.
March 6, 1896.
boforo yow buy, V, A, MeKKLfcAR.
rjlHERE IS NO USE TO PAY MOUE WHEN YOU CAN j
SAVE MONEY BY Vpl 1Y STORE, ?
Neither is there any need to ho hut when you eau get a Fan <
from lc. to $1.50. ?
LOW QUARTER SHOES CHEAP, i
I Silks you have been nabing ?j J
fr per yard at other places .1 eau r.oll 3 *
iggSS&a* * for 75 cents. Jj ?
UKGOF I Summer Goods(niistyles) very v <
? cheap. 3 <
I Bailor Hots, IO cents. S J
I I ll I ffP SUMMER HATS!
I j IM 'h \ - CHEAPER r-j j
Lil li IL if THAN rvrR PURCHASFG. .
*Qr I intend to stay in tho lead in Ladies' Hats and <
Prices and quality guaranteed. Ribbons, Laces, Gloves and <
Mits very cheap. Come and see and comparo prices and quality, .j
Just received a fresh stock of Leinmons, Canned Pine Ap- <
pies and Cocoanuts. <
Flour, Bacon, Lard, MolaeseB, Coffee, Sugar, Potash, Lye, *
Rico, Tobacco. I can save you money ou these. *
R, L. KIRKWOOD. !
1896. ESTABLISHED 1894.
BEFORE YOU BUY,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED SOME OF THE
ever ) m this Maillot, and Iholiovol oan make
it to > interest to como and sea thom before
you b For the young men 1 have got
1 In : also just received a Full nud Beautiful
which I cnn sell very cheap, and if you will give
mo a call when you aro needing something ortho
kind I know I can suit you.
Cheap Dress Goods
I bave a beautiful and well selected line of th csu
Goods which I will sell very cheap.
i WELL SELECTED STOCK Of MMEIR
I have on hand now * large, well selected and
Beautiful Stock of Neckwear for both old mid
I feel assured that I can sell you your Groceries
ns cheap as any ono else, and be sure to call and
see mo before you buy your Goods of any klud.
Thanking you for past favors, I am,
P. A. MCKELLAR,
Next Door to C S, McCall.
March 17, 1890.
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
.?'!;"''"'-.'." * ?mt?.
EVERYBODY LOOK HERE!
X.XKE A PHONXX from tho ashos, with pin
ions roplnmod and vision strengthened, I am np again
and soaring. So if you want
ATROOK BOTTOM PRXC?JS&,
call to soo mo in McCall's row, Marion street.
JOHN S. MOORE.
Bonnottsvillo, S. C., February 10, 1806.
THE COHIMB 3WIHS OP f H6 SOUTH.
They are'easily maturing, grow fat at ?ny
ago, I have tho best combination cf Wood
known and M fine Individuals ft9 n.ouoy
would buy, Tho bent aro tho oheapo?b.
Itifiod tho ?bmx and ?ot rtoh.
?)? K MOOJtti^
April 1, iSe?,
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