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MARION O?ST.RICT Af'PplM PMENT'o.
j SKO^ND UOUHD -\V. 0. l'dWI lt, i>, K.
UMo and Douluti, Bf'uluh, ?,'?y 25 26
Moduli & li?nuoitsv?lo Mill ?j
? ;,>ionu?Usvill>?, " 26,27
Bonuottsvlllo ct, Pino GroVoj Jouo i,?
lirighUvllto, nothol (aftotiuon) " 2
North Marlboro, Now Hopo, u }!,<>
JJoanottsvillo Stu, (nlybt) Juno 14,16
-ttlnnhoim ot, 16,17
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Marlboro County 0(Hoers.
HliBttlPF-J. M. Orono
,. ' CLERIC OF OLHHK-J. A. I) rt! ko
JUDUK OF PltOIiVJ i". -M. M.:L'iUl!n
CORONER-0. 1?\ (loviiu'.ton
?SUPERVISOR-M. 10 Coward
j^jmL'r. IOi)uo,V'?'io.v - W. J?. Bi tinton
"'TIRBXS^RER-J. II, ' !-. oii'is
AUDITOK-IC. ?. Onvlkslo
8 B N ATO ti-IC 110 x .1 ii V1 ti gs 10 h
REI? a usu Mr ATi VHS-J. 0. Dunbar, J i
C.Cauipbell, lt L F rt-fi u in,
Directory of Benn ct is ville Lodges
CONSOLIDATED I?ODOE NO. 15, IC. til
P., uioets ovory Monday evening lit 7.30
W. Tm li r.s ion, C C.
0. J. Lido, IC ol' lt.. & S?
MARLIIORO TiiiDOE No? 88, moots ni
Bonncttsvillo, Fi'tday evening, on of Le*
Toro ouch full inonu nt 8 o'clock.
J. IA Kinney, \V. M.
J. T, Dud loy, Secretary.
County Afasonic Din dory.
MARLBORO CHAPTER NO. 30 lt. A.
'M., moots at Bonnetlsvillo ou ? ho second
Friday of each month.
I Holt Clnliin, ll. P.
jil, IC, Slookton, Secretary.
EUREKA liOoaE No. 43, A. P. M.,
moots ni MoColh ouch Saturday after
noon, bo foro tho lull moon,ut .! o'clock.
AUROUA. LODGE NO 33, A. F. Mo
moots nt Clio, Snthrdtty on or after each
full moon :tt 3 o'dook, pi nv,
.). T. Stanton, \V. M.
J. TC. McLeod, Secrclniy,
Benicttsville Ck urah Directory.
MKTUOD'ST- C. li. S ni i til. I*. C.
Sunday school 3.3!) p. ni, IV?? aching tit
11.00 n in, and 7 30 p. ni Pr? yr niocl
ing Wcdocsdiiy afternoon nt o'clock]
~iupcrin(?ndcnt Sunday fcoh ??'I, I-nib A.
BAPTIST-Hov. Rufus lund, Pas?or.
linday school at 10.00. I Vouching Sun
ay ttt ll .1)0 it. in,, upc' , SO p in. Pm j i i'
'JOCling l'koi'd'.ty cy ?ny. pi n iv 0
i'VitiioriiiiciVdchl ol' ?.ittv!ay ieboob li \V
?|ttL ,.,.v.,..'? if.vb:N . " I ..: ?. / - i rnu-.i,
'si'stor lYeae'iir,/1 , .- ?i >. , : , .. 1 VI :.
.m., und f?.3j! (v, Pi iy. i* <n< ; lit . -.ii
Th uv.-?la y aftoiliti n at '. v. . ...
''Viohnol, :?i " 80 i. MI. Hu/i ;i -, . ol
.behool, J, Ju- Kelly.
Kl'racoi'AL-Rev. O. W. Boyd, Hector,
preauhing ovory scooiid uv tl fourth Uuudn'y
ut tv, a tn, and soo p. rn, Kuiuh\v
sohOol ?it 9 30 n. lu, Dr. J. A. J'uison,
Oounty Church Directory.
Bennettsvilh Circuit appointments
REV. J. W. A KI A II.],, |>. (!.
Pirst Sunday-11 a. m., ?'ino C?rovt"
3 p. nu, yiuyi'hti.
Second Sunduy, ll u. m McC?lb
'.>> p. m, Heiiuty M po t.
Third Sunday-ll .>>. ul';, Pino (Irove,
"_?.S 3 p. in, Sniyfrid.
-?''TFouVth Sunday, ll a. in MeColl.
i 3 p. m, Honu'y Spot.
Blenheim Circuit Appointments.
HIOV. ?Ti F. IIKA Ul), I'. ('.
j llobron first nnd (hird ^uiulny ll n. m.
jObonozor lir.st and (hird Sundtiy 3 p, ni.
Parnaysus Rucond and foi nh Suinbiy M
ll a. m. 55?on focOtitlnud lo'urth Suuday
nt 3 p. m.
Clio Circuit Appointments
TRTiV. 'P. M. DI'XT. r. 0,
tjlio-- Fiv?<i .1 11 a. m.. Third
.Sundi?.y 3 n.i j?undiiy 7 30 p iii
? .JJou'inh j ?.. * 3 p, iii , Thiid
Jun J iv 11 ti' tn. .
:JtothUihoio bindtiy 3 p m.,
?i'ourik ii un- iy i - it.
Manning-Soeoiid Sunday ll a. rn,,
Jfourth Sunday 3 p, in.
V *r -v* v V v /* H- v" i
Bowitt's Witch H a ?cl Svlvc will (?nick
ly hon! tho wo l'y I burn;? anti milds nod
jiot loavo a ?par. It eau lie applied lo eilis
?Jud raw auffacos wifh pro'iiijii ?nd snoth
ingclTool. tJi-0 it for piloi-iiiul s-ltin dis
oases. Buwaro of ,v.n ;!.b .-; cutinp 1 i'oiis.
, ' Dewitt's Lilil? Mai ly libers alb i bo l ost
fiver-pill* . uw.r made Jbv y lo (alco anil
,/?|ovor gripe. DOUOLAS BROM
Jf?W?i?ii]l lino of l/tiuliotli's
and Perry's garden sootl, also
onion sets, white and rtkl; for
wale by-J. T. Douglas * Uro,
A ny kind you
want. Apply to
J. M. JACKSON.
sJuly 3, 1900.
HTATIO OP SOUTH CAROLINA;
COUNTY OK MARLHORO,
"^jrOTIOR is hereby priven thal ibo ?in*
.tAf? dcralgnud will apply io ihe Fucioin
rv ol' Slain of Soiiih Cavoluni ' ii or after
April 2d, 1901, foi' i.lio ?..manco of ofr.lifl.>
cato of ineorpotaiion. purui.tni io l.lio
provisions of "An Act to Provide' for. tip?
(incorporation ol' Holid-nis. Ivluiv?iotutl,
Hocial, Frntcrntil or ( hnriiubW Chutchc??,
.I^idj?cs, Sooieliba, As?o/'iaMotin or (.?pi?
pnnios, and for Aincudioi? (l?'. (Miarteri
ofnipso ?lrO.idy Po.IHN! ami lo U- Form
od," approved Febriiny li':1', hK)0, in
behalf of ??VBROH?KN 0K.MKTKUV A.Sfjq
' .CIA Tte M, ft'ii Aasooiiitiou winch bus its
lu vdfpiarigrs in the cfiU-.i y nlbrc?fiid,
(iivon under our haiidi und t>oa!? this
iMtW day of Maroli 1001,
m-.ii ]\)\ lH'Did'iv,
J, T. ?) Ul) bli Y.
Rcnn?ti?villo, S. U,
Hov. H. W. Barwell is oxpoc
tod homo this week.
Kv?v. J. H. Board of Blonhoim
was in town yesterday.
Kev. T. INJ. Dont, ol Olio, was
up Wednesday and called.
Wo regret lo report that Miss
Leola S wein ii is quito sick.
Mr. Wi loy Alk ison, who has
beon down \viih tho grip is out
Messrs J. A. Drake and Vv\ P.
Covington spent friday in Smith
Miss Lef?la Morrison of Maxton
is hero on a yisit to her aunt Mrs.
Mr. J. W. Perkins was in town
Saturday. Ho reports corn plan
ted and ready for cotlon.
Senator McLaurin who lias
been spending1 a fow days hoio,
returned to Washington yestoi
M iss Ghadbotirn who has been
visiting Miss Annio May ?icaud
has returned to her homo in Wil
m i linton.
Mr. A. A. Stanton, of McColl,
is on a visit to his brother Henry
in Mississippi, who loft Marlboro
81) years ago.
Miss AV ilma Mooro, who has
been taking a business course in
Columbia Jiusiuess College, oame
homo Monday night.
Miss Julia O'Neil, tho popalar
saleslady at Kirkwood's returned
?alurdtiy night lo take part in the
spring opening this week.
Mr. Houston, a popula? engi
neer on tho run botween Colum
bia and Agusta was over Monday
night to spend a few days in our
Mr. L. M. Howerlon, a popular
engineer on the Southern Ky.,
between Columbia and Augusta',
has been spending a few days in
Mr. D. D. McDuffio, ono of tho
hustling farmers of the Ebenezer
section, having planted his corn
has gono on a visit to friends in
Nor Hi Carolina.
MT. B. P. Huckabeo, now of
the Bingham section was in town
Saturday. Bo has a nico farm
over tho lino this year and is
pleased willi his new homo.
Wo aro glad to learn that Mrs.
D. C. Whlto is getting batter.
This is the Oth week and hor
fri?j?ds and relatives are truly
glad i hal hopes for recovery are
Prof. J. W. Canada, who
taught at Pine Grove about 8
years ago. was in town last week
canvassing for the Appleton
' . i T?o i " vr'e is looking woll
jand ir ii \Uin:;. ino?oy'i
j IS 61;, A. i.,. V:?? lori mg of Tut?
inn! wa'.< n\ 'o<vu Snfcrh'day Ho is
ino raisoij, live i.eae?H.'.v wno
j\ wcirk.!....: l?irder for tho honor
! i h iii'; prbi'osfMon tl an..for tito
[ m.Mar.- nd couts in il.
Tho inundo?i'Mr,,< mear V,:di?
ows will be pleased lo hear that
lie has been promoted to tho po
si lion of foreman of tho freight
car department in the Coast Lino
Shop at Wilmington.
Mr. W. C. Breeden, who has
been cotlon buyor here and at
Clio for tho past two years, is
now with R. C. Hudson in the
wholesale grocery ' businoss,
where hi 3 friends will lind him.
Dr. J, A. "Woodley, a nativo of
Clio bat now of Sumter, is spend
ing some time in our midst in the
interest of lifo insurance. Ho ro
presents a good company and
will visit all sections lo give all
a chance. ^
Mr. J. F. Bolton tho "all tl o
year round"? honey man was in
(own Saturday and delighted his
patrons willi load of honey for
spring use (buggy load of buck
ets,) so helpful incases of cold
and sore throat. He says his
spring barrel is not yet exhaus
DOTS FROM HARMONY.
Farmer's ure neatly through
planting their corn, they aro busy
getting ready to plant cotton some
have already plan lcd a little cotton,
Mr. Chircneo Hubbard for ono.
Mia. Ann Conner of Beimctts
ville visited at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. William Spear?, Saturday and
Monday, she returned to her homo
Miss Muggie Stewart of Red Hill
is visiting at thc home of Mr?.
Mrs. Drueilla Stubbs has been
vor y .sieh', hut is improving.
Mr. and Mrs. William Spoars
who have been very sick arc able
to be out h gain.
The Harmony school closed
Mr, James MeQuaigo and Mas
ter Charlie Spears visited nt tho
homo of Mr. Janies Spears of Ben
ncUaviilo Sunday afternoon.
Miss Lizzie Spears is sick with
Mrs. Nancy Donday and sister
Mrs. Nora Seals ore very sick.
Mr. and Mrs. Chirence Hubbard
worshiped as Dean ty Sunday after
Several ol'our y omi; Monda en
joyed the parly given at I ho home
of Mr. and Airs. Il, F. Spears last
A certain young haly of our
neighborhood made this remark
that she wasn't going to get a now
hal this summer but she wanted a
ii fi ti one next winter; lookout Unele
jv- I think you.aro going to loso
y ("fur daughter.
\ A Farmer's Daughter.
We Cordially invite al
HANDSOMEST and SVIO?
of MILLINEliY, DliESS
yet shalon in Beniiett sollie
Special attention has been (j
New Efcbts in SILK and WOOL,
in all the New Styles.
MISS TOADVIN?D, who hi
cess/ally mariaged this De/
anclsha is heiter prepared
wants in Millinery. Nt
making (his line attraetiv
to 200 Patterns from whi
thai yon will be fully rep
V KUY IXH*- V?CTFULLY,
W. R. ?
March 20. 1901.
TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS.
- Next Monday is salesday.
- Pull moon noxt Wednesday.
- Put In your garden seeds
- Tho Poe Dee is on a big rise.
No passing at Cheraw.
- A largo crow.il attended the
openings in our town this week.
- Tho needed rain come down
Monday o vening and night in
- Tho county board of equal
ization was iii sossion Tuesday
Best Grade, Now Orleans mo
lasses lor suie at Hamilton e.
- There was strong winds Mon
day and Tuesday but no damage
was done hero as far as wo can
' -Bon Muunnorlyn, a well
known.young colored man, died
of consumption on Friday and
was buried on Saturday at Bun
Fancy line of groceries always
on hand at J. B. Hamilton's
\ ?olle? 1 Oct;! per ll? ut
J. \), i f amiliwnjs
????T*Bc'e Mittle:-- Hue of .Diiii'nny
j jiu n u' ,ii tidi'i . -.
1 ?Yes h I io tn i ground hominy for
wi) ti hy A . .1. \) ?Odio & ?Sou.
. l'Yd'i'u?i'm \ o you soon those.
Uorn Droppers at,'Wi P, Brood
en's? You wili need one.
fiST" If you aro in need of a good
horse or mule try Strauss.
?SST Now ia the timo to buy a
young, broko mule. Strauss has
some good ones.
- Get tho host. R. A. Drake of
Dunbar sells tho cabbage collard
seed-Homo raised and carofulyl
2 lbs Loaring Roasted Cottee for
2octs nt J. B. Hamilton's.
Fine home made cuno syrup for
salo by A. J. Woodie & Son.
Fresh home made Butter recieved
daily at Ai J. Woodie & Son.
A good selection of Watch Re
pairs kept on salo by A. J. Woodie
Magic Yeast at F. E. & W. M.
Fresh home ground meal cnn bc
had at the store of A. J. Woodlo &
- AU who love fine pictures
should seo G. W. Wadaills pretty
If you want a good smoke call
on F 15. & W. M. Rowe. Wo
hayo the best lino of Cigars and
Tobacco over carried in Bonnette
- Attention is asked to tho now
advertisement of Fuller Bros.
They have somo nico now buggy
C?a?" Box Paper, paper and Envoi
opes, Tablets and Stationers Supplies
al I grados und styles, at J. T. Douglas'.
A full lino of Brass Fittings in
cluding Injectors and Inspirators
for sale at Hardware Store.
- Special attention is asked to
tho new advertisement of Mr, G.
W. Wuddilh Ho has somo pretty
goods for nrosonts,
INURED PLY MOUT il nO0K3.
fj-ist nil round FnrmoM Fo.vl tu tho world.
Choice Egg" nt 6oo per Sotilng of 13.
K 0. NEWTON, Tntnrn, B. 0.
Roaily for Cool Drinks.
Mr. Ii Y. MoOilvrny, tho Fun cy Oro?
ocr. ha-* lidded n [fountain to lt in growing
h ti.4) noss and will ho propniud to servo
rc freshing edol diinla of nil kinds to (ho
thirsty dining tho w weather, When
p?s?ing cull und seo /.
Oo Curb?, Baby Citrringes, Window
Shades in Ince oiled. Er In go Insertion,
Two li ami jo mo high grndoBieyclos
badies and ?Oonts-can bo bought st
Waddill's lpn rn i-uro ?toro for #10
?th and 27th#
l io Come and Inspect Hie
BT UP-TO-DAT ESTOCA
GOODS,. TRIMMINGS, cfo.,
teen our DIIESS GOODS AND
' this Season, embracing all the
m (WODS. WASH FAB MOS
%s for many seasons so sue
yarlnlent is again in charge
than, ever io gratify your
) pains has been spared in
Ct You will have from 150
ch to select, and feel sure
aid hy buying f rom us,
I J. G. CROSLAND.
BEN NETTS VILLE, S. C.
Rev. 0. B. Smith will exchange
pulpits with Rev. MoGheo of Cheraw
The Union meeting of tho Baptist
church CH of Marlboro county, will
meet at Gibson tu day and continuos
. ! 11 - Ct - - C .... J ? ,
tl'! nitui ouuuiiy.
Eov. J. A. Mason, pa?tor of Baptist
Church at Gibson, wilt pronch herc
next Sunday. Tho pastor Mr. Ford
will be absout.
Rev. J. W. Aiiuil of Bennettsville
Ci cuit is suffering with "grip." Hov.
Dout preached fur him nt McColl
Sunday moiuing, and Rev. W. Quick
nt Beauty Sp't in nl?ernoou.
Rev. 0. V?T? Boyd carno over Fii
nay and conducted Tienten services nt
St. Puul'a Episcopal church Friday
ight, Saturday night, Sunday morn
ing and night. On Monday ho viVited
most of his il ?ok and Tuesday loft for
homo. His visit was enjoyed.
Married at tho residence ol' the brid;*'*
parents near town on NVodtoday evening
.Mnroh 27th, 1901. by Hov. C. H. Smith
?Mr.Barry Powell o!'Camdon uud Mi-a
M uioti wallace, eldest daughter ot" Mr.
T. G. Wtd.uco. An elegant supper was1
sorvOtli nlmr which tho h ?MPV fiO'Vpb?
j loft i'?t Koljook io '.ut j io lake th J ii ?iii
: .r fun lien.
*..?- - ^.~
1 Vi no ? At in Vd f..ntt<i,l'?,
j ti?ltoVe ad il. ..?it -i '.'.? I Itv. I .'ii.>\K t nj? HHV'M;
|iers(i)t remalli uociili;J for ai uni p? o;
o?lVe? in Itooiu t aivtt o :
1 Mi.-:. ./. Ti Thoma^
M rs, I Salt ie Currie,
Miss D.iby I ut vi,
MliS Lillie May R >Vers,
Mi?s Caroline ?Iones,
Miss Fanny Miller,
,). 1). Smith,
J. C. Lever.
J. W. Jones,
Bud Medley, Col
A FIENDISH ATTACK.
An attack was lately made on C. P,
Collier of Cherokee iowa, that nearly
proved lalal. Hearne through his kid
neys. His back jjot so lame he could not
sloop without great nain, nor sit in a
chair except propped by cushions. No
remedy helped him inuit he trie j Elec
tric H?ters which effected such a won
dcrlul change tint he writes he leels like
a new mau This marvelous medicine
cures backache and kidney tra tl hie, purl
lies the blood and budds up your health.
Only soc at J. T Dou?l as & Hro.
.. -. _. , ^, ? .
WHAT'S YOUIl PACK WOHTUP
Sometimes a fortune, but never, il you
have a sallow complexion, a jaundiced
look, moth patches and blotches on the
skin,-all signs of Liver tr mirle. But Dr.
King's New Lile Pills give Clearskin,
Nosy Cheeks, Rich Complexion.
Only 25cenls at J, T. Douglas & Bro,
AH doctors told Rcnlck Hnmlton ot
West Jefferson. O., after Stiffer i rig rh
months I rom Ucctal Fistula, he would
die unless a cosily operation was per
formed, hut he eural himself with Huck
len's A ru i ca Salve, the best in the World
Surest PU* cure on Earth.
2sc a box, at J, T, Douglas & Hro,
BSTLndies call at P. E $ W,
M. Rowe's for Sa] olio tho prent? |
OP' powder for citant mr and pt 1
isliing Silverware, Glass ard
Tinware, ns a polish it ha* no
i&r Pipes and Smokers Supplies in
endless variety can bo found at J. T?
, M?ny people worry because thoyjboliovo
tnoy have heart di.-oaso. Tho ohanoos aro
.h it their hearts aro all right but their
stomach* ?no unable lo digest food. Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure digoats what you oat und
pie Veit ts the lortuation of gus whioh
makes tho stomach pross against tho
heart, lt will euro cvory form of indigos?
(ion. Douglas Bro?.
6&f' Paints, Oils, Varnish, Glass
?nd Brushes cnn ho bought at lowest
prices at J. T. DougW.
TO OUItiil A COIiD|IN ONI'J DAY
Tuko Laxativo Rromo Quinine Tableta. Alt
driiKfrlrttn refund tho monoy If lt fallu to
euro. ]i. \y. Ch-oyo'ti tig nature or? ovory b ix
Prloo 250 a be*.
Mr. II. C. R?wo has opened n
private livery business nt his homo
on Spencer streot, and is prepared
(0 Kemi you any whoro in tho coun
ty yon want to go, Paplios wonting
a nico Bindle team toy an afternoon
drive cnn he accommodated on good
(orme. If yon want to go to Clio,
or to Cher aw BOO him .
To The ^eopln of Bennettsville
A.nd surrounding country :
?COO tj^ 5 OOOOOO-GO civ
Mew York, Rflarch 7, 190t<
Wo wis! cull your attention ami ask you just lo wait a low
duyu l)ofor uying Ci pods find KOO our mammoth slock of up-to
Ih'r^ I Ls^'Vrvin,lings, Silk, Neck-wear, Laces, Embroideries,
Shirl / I/?, Shirts, Full linc of Notio7is, Shoes, Ladies and
Mens ( dug, Ufen and Boys Hals and Capsy
?iii),I, iii Y (JGODS, thc prettiest ever seen in IJcnncUsvillc.
Wo iinvo hojj time nor space to enumerate, but want you to call
and sc Our Three ]?uyers have apont several days in Now
York Oily, Philadelphia and Baltimore, securing the Up to-Date
Cream of lin- Stock, We intend to show you a FIllST-OLASS
STOCK. No seconds, auction and second-hand goods.
fi/om- ivut^ mid ni!, Bjt>i>k and Seo!
dcnuHtsv?le Dry Goods & Millinery Co.
Ma? ?h 0h, i OM KIRKWOOD'S OLD STAND.
J. T. 00 U ?Ti ' h A. C. DOUGLAS.
I *iu ?O00osn ^^^**
Practical Pharmacists and Dealers in -
p|| I:|mgs and patent ?Redientes,
aw ftwey Stationery and School Supplies.
G-LASS and PUTTY.
^ . FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
tey Prescriptions carefully compounded ab all hours
a>/d> iliiaranfeed to be of thc Purest Drags and at
A Tull Hine Garden Seed & Onion Sets.
'j'hu Jtftd for past liberal 2>atronagc wc solicit a continuance of same.
J, T, ??IWS & BRO.
iluminnry 31, 1901. AT THU OLD S?.ftl\T?J.
lOWn MENU FOR MARCH
6 )o riu:o you are right, then go ahead, aaa! Davy
i "1; : .., am? sc ?av vve; when we oller voa THF, MORT
I'A'.i.'i^L)/^ D?SHIvS FOtt Til IC TA ,1.<\ Throe times a day.
^l/'fii rOU Um&SCr BT?
'V.'V '.u.-.v- Bu>.k-vi.( ..::. ol'-.plo Syi ?! . l-tlm. td,'v.li Pis,!?,
Iior.ii .y, ?njiK/aPt o?eqt?j Y . Loni, Til|V(?',
Chii-Uon 1 .<>.:}', V. itiojpiij ;!vcn, Vin LCftf, '?Vii, Ooflt?f?,
HlUilVun i ll U<i Or:;i
Wo have Flavored Soup, Corn und Heina, Tomatoes and
Okra, Honst Neef, Hum, Macearon i, Choose, Penj?, ->
Mn> ?ard Sa?co, Corned liam, Cranberry Sanco, Pium
Ihidding, Jellies, Apples, Nut?. ItniahiB, Pi nin s,
\Ve havo Oysters, Sliced Hain, Chicken, Oorned Hoof,
3uii8ago, Crackers, (Shreded Cpd ii sh Wafers,
'H? ?ard Sardinns, Cherries, Pears, Postum Cereal,
Out supply of Canned Goods, Pickles, and Dainties aro of Tins
fiot ns supply your wants.
F. E. & W. M. ROWE,
Phorie f?o. ?8. lieu net (MV?I lc, c.
DR. MOFFE'l?'S M Allays Irritation, Aids Digestion,
Roul?tes the Bowels,
Sficn?then$ thc Child,
Roul?tes the Bowels,
Shenzhen* thc Child,
8 BM h<A Make* Teething Easy.
: Syj CfC Costs only 25 ceals at Druggists, '^AN"
" W : \r-A'Q^ Or mall ?5 cont? to C. J. I'ilOF^KTT, M. D., ST.
JsL (Tecthintf Powders) X^LTEETtilNA Relieves thc Dove!
Troubles of Children of
#'?B l?asul AT
And will continue to keep them for sale,
Nothing vi ill bo Misrepresented and you eau rely on
K.VIR IMO ALINGA.
IMm.iry 7, 1901.
Haviitg t.vHiurod tlie new storo
iiext dobr to tl.o Douglas' Bros.
Drugstore, we have oponed up
a ufo stuck* of General 'Mer
chandize, and solicit a call'from
the K(,'"?0l>(ms public and an in
fipectioi! ol' our p-iees before
Dry Goods, iShoes,
\Vo Khali ? ?iv oins- ntteritliii lo (nw
lim ol h'ii ii ey (J r oeo? b <.? (Untied (?nmU
&?.., Wo intend alflo lo mnko a lew
HpLC.ialtie.^ -.Home Cl run nd iMoul and
Iloufaiy, Prc!ih Ihuter nud pur.! Cano
Our motto will b.? UONKST WKIOIITS
Salit???n^ ;t Uhor,vl Bh.uo of your
pntroni^i', wo aro
Yoi//H TO PiaiA.nn
A. J. Woout.K ic BOM
Juli. ID; IDOL
I A PREB PATTERN
S (your own fiolcctlon) lo every aub
S?, scriber. Owly ?0 couta a yeur.
\? A LAWES' AiAOAZlNR.
J5 KlyllMi, Rollatit?, St tupi?, Up-to- &
date, I'.oiMiDiiiic.U an<l Absolutely K
ii*. I'L-rK-cl-FiUhitf l'ajier eatteru8. ^
?a (No.?iaauAHownnM Pattern??)
if! OiAv to ?iv! 15 et*, eoe?i-?fir.? Mghcr
;*i A?k for iliem Sold In nckily ?vory city
?M (uni town, or ty null hom
j? nm MCCALL CO,,
?| 130-M6 West l ill. SI., Wow York
W? offer First-class I Horse
Wagons complote at I$25-Spot
Wc haye recently snidest
a Rook, and Magasin?
to our Jewelry
Tn (he Magazine Department wo wm ntnmdt
to furnish such copies of Periodicals ns aro desired by the
Reading Public. First, we must learn what is wanted;
Gome and see our assortment. If you don't seo' what
you want, ash for it, ,
Mnroli 15, 1901.
--DBA LKaS IN -- ,
Horses, Mules, Buggies, Waguin
AFTEK THIS DATE, anti during the-entire Tr?diug GcmoOn */lU
keep their STABLES WELL FILLED with a choleo oelpcttoa
of Horses and Mules, which they wilt Hell for Oaeh, or on ti raj?
with good npprovod notes. >
Wo havo rocontiy added Buggies, Wagons and Harnean to our $toett
and wo intond to koop up-to-date goods at the best priest.
Tho following is a list of some of the muk?s of BUGGIES wa
CourUmiri, Watertown, Amos, Ilnrbonr, Wms> 8tf%R&*
?vd mid IE iekory Carriage Co.
october is, .ooo. FULLEE BROS
For The Pee Dee Section,
Wc have bought this season a largo number of O&X?
and Leach Cotton Planters, which wa *ro
selling vory close.
sve sdi ^^nrraoLorisj TFt$??&i&?3L
Corn 3E31 ^"30L*t&Xrm9 overy one of
which is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction.
Wc still have a limited number ot
A Large Lot of ^TJL^XXJpm l?*?^?X!kjg?!
[OaTf^g?? Xrlllat>t?33.8kJS fo1, Htogiots, /aid
in Fact a very largo line of I3C^3TC?,,VV^3r?*
every description just received, all of which wo are offering
at ROOK BOTTOM PRICES.
' '; I ."' .?'iV.''';.'' ' . ,' vi V -?>? * ''? .'. \ '-.
Get our prices on Everything in our Lm?
before buying elsewhere.
IT W?LIi PAY YOU I
Very truly yours, ;
W. ?.. Ht?>D<S:
February 7, 1001.
W. P. BREEDEN,
IB STILL AT THB OXiD S?PA^t?
Ready to Serve iiis^Heiid?^JW|^^ (B Bis Ita.
Hor?e? and Mali?s, :
Cash, or on time with good seourity. \
SO LR A NT For "Old Hickory,". "Auburn0 and "WftH*
<^ 33XJC3rC3H3ES?e^ f
Tyson & Jones, Ilackrtoy, Babcook, Hook HUI, OoKrtjne^L
Advance and Brown Carriage Co.
It?* I nm disposing of my Blook of ?B?DI*KS? 0OLbMt& COliLAH ^???5
and BOBi?S nt fpcolsl pricoM
.Tnn.l, 1001 W. I*. -"