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S, A, Il now N - - - Editor,
Friday Sopt 6, 1901,
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Th roo months.25
PEN A ND SCISSOR GRAPHS
Liout Viotor liltlo i.s now io Marion
?iijoviug a sliurt rest"
Tho Indians in Arizona aro giv
ing Mic settlors trouble.
An Oraugoburg comity tar mor
say* bo harvested 130 bushels of
oats from an aero this season.
Soiiatoir Tillman lins had his oyo
lanced a second time but ??J gotting on
very Well. What a cross lt must bo to |
Chauncey M. Do pow has boen
invited to delivor tho opening ad
dress nt tho Charleston exposi
?Shipments ol' money from the
U. S. Treasury to tho ?South and
Wost, are heavier this season than
We ure indeed glad to seo that
tho proposition to bu id a "Homo
for tho <>hl Soldiers" i.s li rid ing
favor eyery where
Major McKinley is hard at work
on his annual sermon. Tho text
will bo talion from the first epistle
to tho Philippines.-Life.
..Miss Maud Wilson, daughter of
Kev. ?John ii. Wilson now of
Greenville District lias boon olec
tod a teacher in the Florence Gra
Mosquitoes anti MoLaurin aro
both quite famous, lt is difficult
to decide which baa received tho
most advertising thia Bummer.
Edge field Advertiser.
Tho summer school of politics
in South Carolina has resumed its
sessions. Prof. Tillman, being sick
Prof. Hotnphill is acting as chan
cellor of the faculty.-Augusta
The corn crop of this country
will bo 30 por cent off as compar
ed with last year. New York,
Maryland, and Virginia report a
small increase. All tho rest ot
tho country in a decrease.
Why should tho Bryauitios
question Mr. McLaurin's rights
to advocate a now departure for
the Democratic party? Mr Bryan
put such a plan into execution at
Chicago in 1896 and insisted upon
trial i AHMII IV hy nv.ho an idol
ol [si! Bivaii und ?i romi.^iuliv <.1
l\j;\y Me J :*>U v - \V -. hi li g 1 o h
>i N A Pl" /M ? : Tl) iU ILHKU.S
x v lieoi f?au?/u tho ?j.tiM^Ali.nuic? ii.
this ?State on a Systematic Plan
- Hu i lid up the Homo and make
the farm a source of profit and
To rou FARMERS OF S. CAROLINA :
At the State meeting of the Farmers
Alliance in Columbia, il was decided to
reorganize the sub? Alliance in this state
and lo begin the work at once. We
were appointed as a committee on reor
ganization and have selected Hon J. C
Wilborn as State reorganizer, who is
ready and willing to aid any county to?
Wldle we see every oilier protcssion
united, the farmer is lelt disorganized
We can not stand idly by and see this
thing continue. We want a purely busi
ness organization. L must keep out ot
political wrangles, and strive to build up
the home and to make the larm a source
ot profit and pleasure. We must meet
continuation with combination, Meet
loree with force. We must stand as a
unit against the .illegal and tyrannical
combines that are always ready lo lake
advantage ol the individual producer.
The past dues are cancelled. You can
become an Allinnceman in good stand
ing by paying 35 cents for State and
national tines, and 25 cents as a reorgan
?zing Icc Hence, 60 cents will put art
Allianceman in t^ood standing,
Brethren, get together, and be ready
to make a steady and firm sland against
the enemy-the trusts and combines
which are already equipped lo take your
profils at their price, also to sell you their
products lixed at an arbitrary price.
1) V. 1-jhrd,
President State Alliance.
W. N. Kider,
Vice President and Lecturer.
A. C. byles,
Chm'n ltd Directors State Exchange.
J. 0. Wilborn,
Reorganizer, Old Point, S. C.
Questions on Morals.
A citizen of the county sends
us the following :
"The protracted meetings"
throughout the county have
closed. Will some ol' your good
readers answer thc following
questions: 1. Does the pastor
who denounces whiskey, card
parties, dancing, etc., set si good
example when he enters base
ball grounds and enjoys (?) tho
game. '< 2, Does Hie church
member who is without religion
better his condition by attending
to cb inch lluances ?"
Mr. Judas Iscariot was the
li rsi. financier of the church ol'
Christ and he went to the bad.
Sqpl H 190.1, CRITIC.
Aftor tho Ball la Over.
Alter thc hall is over-you need reit
I) Hieing without hugging is not be>t
Dancing a gracelul accomplishment ?
'Twill send you to eternal torment !
\ ??fiH Binder twine of the best
quality at tho lowest price in any
quantity at O. 8. MoCall's.
Salesday in September.
Tho first Monday in ?Soptnmhnv
ipOJL WUK a dull ono in many res
pects. There Vero no public sales;
no public meetings and a small
crowd, but those who did attend
were entertained with profit we
trust in tho interesting exhibit
mude by the New Shreder, manu
factured at tho Bcniictlsvillc Ma
chine Shops. The union ino was
placed on the square and run by a
10 horse gas engine. The lest was
mudo with corn cut from the field 1
and storm beaten, but after it pass
ed through the machino, it was tine ;
feed for cow, horse or poultry.
The machine was built specially
for shredding pea vines, and not un
til recently was it tried on corn cut
from the held. The result proved
satisfactory, and the manufacturers
discovered that they had a machino
that would not only shred pcavincs
but one that would shuck and shell
the corn, shred the fodder, shucks,
cob, stalks and all-the corn ready 1
for sacking, and the shredded stuft'
ready for baling. '
lt was a linc exhibition, and it is
hoped will help farmers lo get out
of thc old ruts and save money on !
the farm. Fuller particulars eau bc
had from Mr, C. S. McCall.
There was also an exhibition by
Mr. Taylor of tho McCormick
Shredder. Ila will answer all (pies- 1
lions in regard lo its merits.
Tho crowd remained nearly all
tiny, Btil before leaving a visitor
from Darlington called at tho ellice
of Mr. C. S. McCall and gave him
an order for a Shredder.
Cotton's Nev.* Enemy.
Tho appearance in our cotton- 1
fields of a moth, fly, or insect call- \
ed in Texas "sharpshooter" is ox- 1
citing much interest. Mr. C. E.
Breeden brought us Saturday a
stalk with 25 grown boils and 1
only one had cottoo. Tho destruct
ion was almost complete. Wo hoar .
of them in many sections.
Later-Col. C S. MoCall got hold \
ol one of tho insects 011 Tu os?* ay, and
willi the aid of Dr. Faison's micro
scope he proved it to bo tho Mexican 1
cotton boll weevil which first bores in f
to the boll and deposits its og"a, when '
these are hutched they feed on the !
interior of tho bill and completo tho ,
destruction. How they carno here is .
not known, and tho only way to got !
rid of thom \a to go through tho fields
gather the bolls bitten and burn thom.
Mr. McCall has sent ono of thc
stalks destroyed by 'hid now pest to
tho New Yul k cotton exchange. Ho
is making un eilort to gel ono of tbe
insects and will scud it to Washing
ton for inspection by Commissioner of
Tho Public Hoads.
('In .......i..-?r !?v'?iii>i\ meeting o) irj?
. M >b0 Itbivh neintUnV was l\<:!d in
the ('oh'r' liwii.v. on K:i.i iy ,). I '. Holton
.ni.'.M if...' li! LViooi'v ^-.(..votary.
'.'hf rv --vi?s a l ny.', aiiendai ce' ?hfj thc
iiilu; ;.'.>. nitillir..???.<...! :>how:, Ihn*. OUI' peo
ple are wakinj; i1 lb I'M.: ?ni porta1 ICO O?
.letter ro?di, lUpoift Ironi all tt.iij town
wfcre m ide whi i,h sho.we ! that ali
i..,. . have been worked and greatly
improved notwithstanding the rains and
this general interest has so enthused our
people that there is new a growing sen
timent in laver ol increasing thc road
tax and ol' purchasing machines needed
lo make and keep up good roads.
Some good talks on this linc were
made by Rev, \V. (?nick, C F. Moore,
C. S McCall J. T. Covington. J Frank
Bollon, T. I. Rogers, and others.
Col. C, S- McCall was elected a dele
gate to represent thc Association in the
meeting ol" the National Good Roads
Associatioh soon to meei in Buffalo.
Mr. James McDaniel, ol the Tatum
section, made an excellent report ot his
experiment with clay and sand on a piece
of road near Beauly Spot church. Those
who haye, seen it are highly pleased.
On motion the Secretary, Mr. Percy
? Moore, wss instructed to open a book
at his office lor the enrollment of all cit
?zens favoring good roads, anil who are
requested to call on him and have their
names cn roiled by him,
The next meeting will he held on the
last Friday in September.
Candidates for ChalnKaner.
Gabo Lee, Will McCall, Will
Goodman, Arch McLean, Robert
Brown, and Douglas Poterkin, all
colored and first class cotton pick
ers, were brought to jail on Fri
day charged with robbing tho
stores ol' Fletcher ife Stnoot, Tatum
& Son and J. F. Bennett at Mc
Coll. Now if we had a County
Court, the expense of feeding
thom for near three months might
bo saved, and could be earning
Later-II. C. Williams, a w fi i to
man said to bo from Durham, N.
C., was brought before Magistrate
Crosland Monday charged with
the burglary and larceny commit
ted at the store of Pipkin & Mc
Collum at our cotton Mill on Mon
day night tho 20th of August.
Ho was arrostod at Dillon by tho
police and with the aid of Magic
trato McLatirin at McColl, ho
was brought to Bcnnottsvillo. H?
was fully identified and tho sack
of goods stolen with the private
marks still on them wero found
on bim. In searching him a lot of
counterfeit silver money was found
-13 halves and 1 silver dollars
all good imitations, which are now
in tho hands of Commissioner J. S.
Mooro. Ile ?3 a sharper and a
bright one a lucky catch, who is
likely to stay 'south" sonio time.
Thc Protracted Meetings.
Kev. J. IC, Beard closed his
meeting at Fbenezer Friday night.
lt is said that it. surpassed thegrc.it
Hauser meeting of 1880. Ho is at
Bcthlehcini this week.
The meeting nt Beauty Spot
closed Friday night, and this closed
tho campaign of tho .Bonncttsvillo
Mr. Editor:- Aa 1 have not
800u nuything for sonic timo I will
Boratoh a fow linos (rom this com
It is said Mr. O. D? (?nick ia
doing somoof tho host road work
ing in tho county. Thia allowa
that Smithville ?a not short on
brainy men including ? good Sup
Mr. Jainea Ohavis, one ol'our
old citi/.ons waa buried on tho 29th
at Ebonczor church. Tho funeral
services woro conducted by Ile v.
N. L. Swott. J Io was a member of
(Jo. D. 20 S. 0. vola., and had
roached his 70th year.
On last Friday morning about
4 o'clock tho swoot li11lo babo ol
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. T. Quick waa
taken homo to heaven to rest until
its parents come. It was funeral
?zed at tho family burying ground
the samo day at 4 p. rh., by Hov.
M. 0. Quick:
Now a word about the crops. 1
tlo not think there will bo more
tbau a half crop of anything- -corn
cotton, poa?, potatoes, chickens,
3gg8 or candidates. It is tho poor
est crop in 25 years.
Sept 2,1901.' Q. D. 0.
DEA TH'Si D OINGS.
Died at tho Cotton Mill on
Thursday evening last after a short
illness, Mrs. Coy Baker. The ro
mains woro taken Friday to her
former home at Rockingham for
Died at her home in lied Hill
towp.chip on Friday last after a
protracted illness, Mrs. Kli?> Vin
ing at tho ripe old ago of.71. She
was laid to rest on Saturday at
Salem cemetery, funeralizod by
Hov. G. H. Mureil, her pastor.
Holly Hill Institute.
Prof. ll. Cosby Newton, of our
town has been elected to the Prin
sipalship of tho Holly Hill Classi
cal Institute in Berkeley county.
Prof Newton ison A. M., graduate
af WotYord College and has had
several yoars experience, which
with his close observations and
hard study of methods and up to
?late ideas, fully qualifies him to
give them complete satisfaction.
Thc Institute will open on Monday
A careful record ol the rain fal
from May 12 to Sept 1 has been
kept by Mr. H. K. Covington at
his homo and he told us Monday
it was just 55 inches. Mr. Eli
Gibson who Superintends Mr. 0
% McCaH'o Cooli nh cc i s Ino
rep, is IST is 68 juches ul (iii d'veo.
Wc noni ot' no locordfj ii own,
but. wo must h?iovo '.i muid
slfow Cu incbrs Tin: jail alur
day iii<<ht beat all the ords
What A Vale lt Tells
If that mirror -of your* shows a
wretched, bhullnw complexion, a j Uti ri
diced look, moth patches and blotches
on tho ?kin, it's liver trouble; but Dr.
King's Now Lifo Pills rcgulrtotho liver,
purify tho blood, give clear, skin, rosy
cheeks, rich comploxian. Ouly 'Sou al
J. T. Douglas & Bro.
Stops tho Gough and Works olF tho Cold.
Laxativo Bromo Quinino Tablets euro a oold
in ono day. No Ouro, No Pay. Price 25c a
fl?0* Just in a nice line of Brass
ind Iron Bedsteads. Call and see
thom. G. W. Waddill
The Bost Pr?paration for Malaria,
?hills and Foyer is a bottle of Grovo'a
Tastolss Chill Tonio. It in simply iron and
pun ?ne in a tasteless form. No euro - no
pay. Price ?oo.
Allanta, GA., Nov, 7, i87o
Dr. C, J. Mollett -Dear Sir: I cannot
too strongly recommend your TEETHINA
(Teething Powders) to mothers as one of
the best medicines they can obtain lor
their debilitated and sickly Infants, 1
have used it with very satisfactory rc
suits the past summer with my child,
ind while wc have herclolorc lost a child
ar two Irom teething under other rem
lidies, our present child that has taken
TEETIUNA, is a linc, healthy boy.
I am, very icspectlully,
A, P. Brown, M. 1>.
(Brother ol U. S. Senator and Ex
[}ov, Joseph IC. Brown.
Astounded Tho Editor
Editor S. A. Brown, of llonnettsville.
S. G., was once iinmcnoclv .surprised'
Through long sufferinji from Dys
pepsia, he writes, ' my wile was greatly
run down. She had no strength or
vigor and suffered great distress from
her stomach, but she tried Electric
liittois which helped her at once and
lifter using four bottles, she is entirety
well, can eat anything, li's a grand
tonic, and it's gentle laxative dualities
iro splendid for torphid liver." Vor In
digestion. Loss of Appetite, Stomach
ind Liver t.oublcs it is a positivo, guar
intccd ourc. Only 50o at J. T. & Bro.
This slgnaturo ls on ovory box of tho gouuino
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets
the remedy that curca II col?! In ono ?loy
Vou Know What You aro Takln?
Whon you aro take Groves Tasteless Chill
Tonic bcoau80 tho formula ls plainly given
sn ofory butilo showing that it is simply
Iron and Quinino in n tat-tolosa form. No
juro-- no pay. Prico 50.
fl ll persons are hereby prohibited from
tl, trespassing upon any ol my lands. A
reward ot Ten dollars will be paid for
arool sufficient to convict any on e ol a
/iolatlon ot thc law under ibis notice by
luntlng or fishing on any ol my j*"'^.
Bermethwille, S. 0M Sept 4. i9?i?
'ADULTERA Tr]Dv .OO-?TEE
GROCER WHITE FOUND\ Gl.Mt.TY
OF VIOLATING OHl?'?l^Mj?
Ittttarenttllff l^notn Cone<\nl.'itf < ll>v
Ilonwilniv of CotTvu llrouultl Out hy
HvlciiUilc Idxiicrtw-i'i'cu? noe vi ?Hiio?
TOLKDO, ()., Aug. J}.-Tho Jury lu Jud???
Muck's court in this city hus found
Juntos Whlto, n loci?! grocer, guilty ot"
Belling adulterated coffee. Tho prose
cution was based on u pac inigo ot Ar
buckles Arlosn coffee.
Tho State of Ohio, through the Furo
Food Commission, prosecuted Whlto.
Tho ease waa on trial i nearly it
month und attrnctoil nit i ional alton
Tho manufacturers of A tlosn coffee
conducted the dofonso Cot* Grocer
White. The bust attorneys hi Ibo
country were retained t?> defend him,
but, after n short consultation, n vor
diet of guilty wits rot urned bj Hie Jur.v.
The State of Ohio conslin rn Ibis ix big
victory. Pure Food < loiiiuil . don) i'
Blackburn bus boon waging a wurt ti
on spurious food article- und tito de
partment luis been successful.
The complaint of tho State of Ghin
was that Ariosa coffee wu eon ted with
a substance which concealed defect.! in
Hie coffee mid made lt itpponr bettor
than lt ls. Tho State charged tills
conting or glazing was a fuvonibh me
dium for tho propagation ol ?. .eb rbi
Prof. G. A. Klrehmole.. of this e .>,
a weil known chemist, wan the pilli ;
pal witness for thc Suite, lbj i .ni
made scientific examinai : .
pics'of Ariosa purchased ?'rom Grocer
While In the opon mn rh et. ll" found
that each Ariosa Lorry contained un
average of 1100 haetcrhi. Mr. Kirch
inalor further tostllled that other cof
fees bc examined contain.few baet<
rta or none ut all. Ile declared ililli
the glazed coffee wau nc' i wholesome
Chemist Schmidt, of Oin inn I, cot
voboratt'd tho testimony < i Pi of. Kirch-,
ii iii! or. Thu Slide did DO i prbSCiil fur
Tho defense through the Arlni'cUloH,
who prepared this gin'/' ! coffee, se
cured some of tho most d lieut <
lsts hud scientists lu thc t iii teilta los
to give testimony In their behalt Prof.
IL W. Wiley, of tho United Staten Ag
rlcultural Departnient; Prof Vaughn bf
Anti Arbor University; Fi >l . Mello
mid Webber, of tho Ohio State Univer
sity, were called to defend ? rio:. Dr,
Wiley had made n careful ex a ntl ni
of the method of nt.tnul li . .iring rio
sa. Ho told of tho 10,000,000 eg??s us? '
by tho Arbuckles yearly ll) Hie p 1 "parn
Hon of this ghwlng. Or this point lu
cross exaniiuatlon, tho Suit. '.. hilo; ?oj
deftly drew from him tho Infer? f t on
that these eggs might I), kept in cold
storage by tho Arbuckle! tm a year or
two at a time.
Tho experts who henri f>v. Wiley';'
testimony were pleased to bo a bio to
"catch" so famous a chen.Isl.. Tho doc
tor at ono point In lils testimony ex
plained very clearly how '.< ls that tho
egg put Into tho coffee pot by !.. house
wife settles the coffee. Ho Sit td .Hutt ?
the boot coag?lales thc Ogg, ned mi lt
sinks lo the bottom of th? ; bl lt ?uit'?l|CS
thu line particles of coffer with ll, nod
thus clarines the drink. It ls Uh net of
coagulation io ihfwoflfep nb? U>.H ?w..?
ibo work. Later on In ld.* eros.-, OMI'I .
Inn hm. ie ?iud tb nd ni it Unit u ?e<> ' he
egg was put ?m Aldoga coffee nt the.
fh?lbry lt: beonuio ooiiiudatdii, nud hs
ogg eanybl be >...? :t ii ted bu o \( .'.mi.
thc eoatinS i>d ?j^?o yfyip p'? . ' ;l .. jj
Vallie, UH rt ?'ii 'i1?."" v hen lt le'iel.^!
the ci iVce pot;
prof. Wiley ackiiowlodi?ed dal tito
ghl'/lng blight b'j a ?'tx\
for tho propagation ot bueieuu, ?'?
though he would not testify jiositiveiy
dither way because he \y? i n. . s bao
Prof. Vaughn, of Ann Arbor, iiisd a
witness for tho Arbuckle,'! still] bo
found bacteria on Ariosa < :
Prof. Molle, iinetlior willie* fdr the
defense, found any mun'" . of lively
bacteria on Ariosa coffee ho oxumluei),
and be agreed that glazed coffee surely
was a more favorable medium for ibo
propagation of bacteria than uuplaz
co ff co.
Pure Food Commission?.! Uluekburh
says: "The Stale ls very touch hinted
over Its victory ngalnst ilils corpora
Hon. We are now considering tho lid
vlsablllty of Informing every grocer In
the Stale of Ohio that It ls ai In frac
tion of tho laws to sell Ariosa u ;,t
tho sante time give wa ri it UR lo <-,ui
Burners that Ute coff co ls un adult?rai
ed food article."
The verdict of tho jury In this case '
of r.atlonal Importance because n groud
many other Stales have pu . l'? ><) la wa
Uko that of Ohio, and lt ls natural lo
suppose that similar action will bo
taken by other Pure Fond Commis
sioners lo prevent tho sah of glu/i d
WiwilittiR-toti'M 1'iuthlloui '.'?iumm>.
Lawrence, curl of Ferrers, 1? distant
relative of George Washington, lind a
most tyrannical temper, tin nm day In
a lit ol' passion ho cut down with lils
sword bis steward, nit old gent loman
named Johnson. Tho latter bad given
no provocation for tho deed, and Hie
crime was nu act of brutoh;.\ Ides
bio save that thc earl mit y i bl have
boen well balanced montai ly. Ho was
brought to trial for killi HA .. I n oh
and demanded and received the pr I vi
lego of being tried by bis pi .
Tho bouse of lords was thronged dur
ing the bearing. The evidence proved
to be conclusive, mid Ferrers wa? sen
teheed to bo hanged nt 'lyLinn. Ap
peals were made to tho klug for 'lcm
ency, but In vain. Ferrers niel hi . h tc
with considerable bravado, .?o waa
carefully attired for the or. islou md
Insisted on providing a silicon cord for
tho ceremony. To this whim tho ox, cc ti
Honer agi ced, and tho earl wes turned
off otherwise like nny oilier felon.
AN lixHAUSTHI) Kxoi SK. A
Cleveland woman Won I itu i o
tho market house a lew .Iny
ago to supply tile family I arele p,
and was astonished at the High
prices asked foi* V?g?tal il es, fr?n i
pota loes down.
"Bul why is everything so
den ri" she asked.
"Because of- the dry snell,
ma'am," was the nuswor.
She asked the sam? question
several times and every man who
answered her blamod the dry
Finally she stepped over to a
fl di stall and asked tho price of
whitefish. To her surprise fish
had gone up too.
"Oh come," she said in a h ilf
appealing tono to the dealer,
''don't tell mo that tho dry
spell is to blame for this ad vain 'e.
tool"-Cleveland Plain Dealer,
gillis N<-xfc Session of this School will bogia Monday the Second
?* day ol' September ?901, with tho following Faculty :
NATHAN TOMS, Superintendent.
iL ll. T. MAJOU, Principal.
A ?S IST ANT8 :
Miss Gorrino Jel?oress, Miss Lilian Miller,.
Miss Sallie Crosland! Miss Bessie Carlisle,
Miss Estelle ty. Richardson.
Department ol" Music--Miss B.C. Parmater.
Tl?.j Faculty i? excellent mid linn IJ?OD chosen with special roforoueo to tho nooda of
I tho t-ohool. Tho conre? of Kt inly linn booti ravitcd hy most compotont oduoatore mid
i brought up to dido. Tin- ichool-nover began a your under HO fnvorsblo auq>looH.
j TUITION in tho Literary Depart mont in fioo to nil bonn lido roBidontH of tho Graded
School District. All pupils, hot!? within ai;d without, tho Sohool D'mtriot, uro required
to pay, before being enrolled, n contingent fee of two dollar? for oaoh session or part
thoreforo and no pupil eau bo enrolled uutil tho focH has boon p:iid and tho pupil pro
sonta to tho teachor of Ibo respectivo grado a cortifknto aigncd by tho Soorotary und
Trearttror of tho Hoard of Trustees. lu oi\?n of any ono who ?H unable to pay tho
contingent fe?, Haid foo may, upon application of p-iront or guardian of HUOII pupil, bo j
remitted in thu discretion of tho Hoird" All nppHoatioiiH for Biwh remisi?n must bo
j mado In writing and pat-Hod upon by tho Hoard of Yiuistoos, Tho Scosotary and
I TrcaBuror has ny authority lo pat? upon or remit this foo in any enso, or to issuo any
Oorti?oato until said fco has been paid,
Wo urgo upon one and all thu importInuoQ of getting Ibo ohildrcn in nt tho opening
of tho Sobool, KO that they may bo properly graded and got tho bonc-iit of a full torin.
Tho following rates of Tuition arc charged nonresidents of tho Behool Distriot:
First io Fourth Urado moleside, ?i 50 per month of four wceka.
Fifth lo Ninth Orado hioluHivo, $2 50 por Rchool month of four woden.
Tho Tuition for Minie w $3 per sohool month of four woeku, except whore thoro aro
two or moro pupil* from tho samo family, in which casu il shall bo $2 50 por month
for each pupil Thia tuition must bo paid monthly in advance to thu Scorntary aud
Treasurer of the Uouid of Truntooc, who will thormtpon inane a Cortifio.ito directed to
tho Teacher in nhargo of tho M unie Dop.irtinont that snob tuition has hoon paid and
directing her to enroll mich pupil and give leesons for tho timo that IUIB boon paid for
only. New Corliliealos inii'tt be procured and presented for each Buceocding mouth.
AH other Tuition ?H due and payable oil prcteutntion of bill ut tho oad of each
Hchool month. Patrons residing without tho limit of tho School Distriot und owning
property within ?aid UiUriot Nindi havo credit on thoir tuition bil's in tho Lltorary Do
pnrlmont for Ibo amount of eptpinl tax paid by thom roBpcotlvely during tho Sohool
year. Printed catalogue with course of study may bu had ou application to tho Sooro*
tary and Treasurer. Certificates oan bo obtained from tho Scoiotary and Treasurer
at li in iill'n-c daily until tho opening.
R. FORD, President.
A. J. BRISTOW, Sec. and Treas. 13d. Trustees.
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BENNETTSVILLE ? B?KERY
E^ESAiD, -FRESH DAILY.
kJE?L]E?3239 I Orders lilied on short notice.
DIJIIJ?S, ? All size OAK IOS made to order
- and-- % Wedding Oakes
\g?$m A Specialty.
North East Corner Public Square
April 22, 1901.
JBemtetteville H?ove?ty XKRorhs,
b\ K, ROWE, MAN Ats Kit.
MCALM l> AN'I) MANUKAUTUKISll OR -
CeiXing. FlooriDg, Siding, Brackets,
?ahwtotf?, newels, &c,
Mm M ?lilAL OP ALL KINDS.
IF YOU A\ik IN NB??O OK any kind of LUMBFR, 'ough
j or dressed, wc would bo glad to have you call at our MILL
and look over slock.
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FOE RIO NT
An <S llorac Fnrm lo a riesirablo
J T. DUDLEY,
Atty a L?IW.
Aug 21. 1001.
? Bargain for
j WILL SELL OUTiAP FOU CASH, or
j un timo to tho tight man,
| Two 60 saw Hall (?inn wilt? Feodora and
Condoimora, all completo,
Ono Aomo Cotton Pros?,
125 foot finished Shafting,
Lot ol Pulte.y? and Helling,
Al.ii in good running ord tu*, Reason for
soiling I wish to put In largor ouilit.
\X. M. SMITH.
DonnalUvilta, July 25, 1901.
A Pair of good Mules and a
Family Baggy Mare.
J. II. DAVID,
Aug. I, 1001 Bonnottsville,S.O.
"MICE HOMES for salo cheap,
*' in Chesterfield county -7
wost of Cheraw. Apply to
E. H? STAFFORD,
Aug. 2, 1001.- Ohoraw, H. 0.
Valuable Property For
TWO vnluablo lota in Kant Boimotts ville.
Ono contaioR a good dwelling with 8
rooniB, a wide hall and 3 porohos Tho
other in a Cot tapo with 4 rooina a hali and
two porehcH, Apply at this ollloo,
Special Sanitary Notice.
\ LL parlies knowing ot any premises
or oilier place in bad sanitary con
dition within thc corporate limits of Ibe
Town of Benhcttsvillc are requested to
notiiy the Town Marshal, who is the
health officer ol the Town, and it will
receive the attention ol Council at once
C. S. McCALL, Mayor.
June 21, 1901.
Real Estate Agency.
R, i,. KIRKWOOD, Manager.
Parties wanting lo buy or sell prop?
orly of any kind- h misos, lots, or
lunns-should seo mo or write me
Have two nice building lots in East
Benuettsvillo-one lot J aero, Ont*
Int 1 nore.
All persons aro warned not to
hunt or fish in what is known as
the K. C., Kastorling Millpond
after thia (Into without permission
from either 61 the undersigned,
und all persons having boats in
same must remove thom at once.
Tho law will bo enforced against
nil who disregard this notice
C. A. Brown,
E. A. Patterson.
Aug 22, 1901.
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Thrioo A Wook Edition,
Tho Most Widely Read Newspaper
Time has demonstrated that the Thrice
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Other papers have imitated its form bul
not its success. This ls because it tells
it impartially, whether that news he po
Utica! or otherwise It is in tact almost
a daily at the price of a weekly.
In addition to news, it publishes first?
class serial stories and other features
suited to thc home and fireside.
The Thrice a Week World's regular
subscription price is only $1.00 per year
and this pays tor 156 papers. We plier
this unequalled newspaper and the Dcm
ocrat together one yeal* for $1.6?.
To make room for Fa
will close ont what I
oed prices, ranging Iroj
I have also a few HAMMOCK!
thing new in Bennettsville) whio
I haye a full
Call And See ly
lion netta ville, ?S. C., Aug 20, 1
ATLANTIC COASTLINE RAILROAD
OIU80N TO coi,UM ni A.
LR A VIS, ARRIVE.
6 45 n. ra, QibHon, io io p. m.
7 to Bcuuottsvillo, 9 17
8 02 Darlington, 8 25
9 2S Sumter, 6 40
5 4 S P- Columbia, io 55 a. m.
OIUBON TO CHARLESTON,
I,IC A V IC. ARRIVE.
6 45 a, m. GibBon, io 10 p. m.
7 io Bounottavlllo, 9 17
8 02 Darlington, 8 25
9 ?5 Florouoo, 7 55
4 49 P. m. Charleston, 12 45
FLORENCE TO WADGSUORO.
LE A VB. ARRIVE.
8 45 a. m. Plorenoo, 7 00 p. m.
9 20 Darlington, 6 29
' ' 3? Cheraw, 5 15
fi M. EMERSON, II. M. EMERSON,
Trafilo Manager. Aea't. Gen Pans. Agfc.
J. R. KENLY, General Manager.
WllKM in .town mid you want a good
moal, romemher wo caa sorve you,
A good meal fur 250. RoBtaurant
north of the. Markot.
D. J. BRAYBOY,
m -tv.AW o TX
boca iL koop tito correct, '.imo V Or do
you bavo to oct U every twoncy fourhoUtrt?
!)<, you? know wlmt ts tho matter with lt?
Bring it to mo and lot mo pub it in oorrcofc
time-kcophig order. It may bo dirty and
ticed cleaning. It may havo a cog broken,
It may liavo a eorow loose, or it may only
need regulating. Bring it to me and tm
mattor what aila it, I can put it lu fir&t
class condition. My charges are very mod?
erato aud tho work will be done promptly.
I repair Jowelry and Clocks, a'do GunB
and Pistols. Eor anything in my lino ooo
ino. I can and do moot all oorapotition.
S. J. PEAIISOW,
Jowolor and Repairer.
Our fee returned if wc fall. Any one sending
.sketch mut description of any invention will
promptly receive our opinion free concerning
ihe patentability of same. " How to Obtain a
Patent" sent upon request. X'ntcuts secured
lhi on);h us advertised for sale nt our expense.
Patents taken out through us receive special
notice, without clinrge, in Tim VATHNT RCCORD,
nn illustrated mid widely circulated Journal,
consulted hy Manufacturers mid Investors,
Send for sample copy FREE. Address,
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Evans Building, WASHINGTON, D. O.
WEARE STILL IN
AT TII10 OLD STAND
Amid l'repnred to (ill nt Short Notice
- Orders for -
Cyprews nutt White Fine
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
AT BOTTOM PRICKS.
Wo eell no shoddy work, or misa*ftts.
Shops on McColl street near residence
s. v. FOWISRS,
Jan 31, 1898 Bennott&vlllo, S. 0.
TI IK bebt workmanship.
Hay Hum and Tonic Treatment
Tools the liest and sharpest
Polite attention always assured
Three Artists in constant at endance.
LADIK.S VVOKK a Specialty I
Once a customer, always a customer,
JACKSON $ HATCHER,
Laed For Sale
A numbor of tracts of vnhtablo farming
land for eulo 'forms caa;-j excellency
located; goad titloa. From 35 to 1,000
aorcs-In Soo:land and Uoboaon Coautioi,
North Carolina. Most of thom iu an
oxoollont atato of oulllvathmv
Also Bovoral rc&idonoos and. ch nco buildt
lug lots in tho town ot flaxton, Pet
further information, oall on or write to.
PATTKitfON ?fe MCCORMICK,
Maxton, N. 0?
July 136, lpn, 3
? ' .1 ..'>.,'-".'? ?!.
ll Stook of Matting I
have on IxaaO at reclu
n IO to 20o pr, yd.
S ami PIAZZA BLINDS (HOUIU
h I will sell at COST !
HLAKTIC AUB ?ADXIH RAILROAD,
In l?ffootMaroh 26, 1899,
J i OU 11(1
rc or tn
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43 P ?
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; 44 P ??
? 13 P ra
7 34 P ff
8 00 u miLv Bonne ttr-viU?. Ari 715 p si*
9 07 a m Lv Mi.> Um Lv! 6 15 p 14
9 35 a m Lv Rod Springo Lvl 535pm
10 20 a m Lv Hope Milla Lv . 4 52 p tn
io 40 n ni Ar Fnyottovllle Lv' 4 33 p m
5 30 j> vnj Ar
3 50 1? m Lv
a 40 p m[Lv
'2 30 p m j Ar
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12 30 p injr.v
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Lv! C 40 d MI.
Ai l 8 25 a v>*
Arj 9 17 ft wi
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Connections at Fayetteville willi Atlaiit\d
Coast Line, at Maxton with t'iro ?arpliMtt
Ocftlrui Railroad, at lind Springt? with Ibo
Rod Springs and Bowmoro railroad, nt Bu
ford with tho Seaboard Air Lino? at fl ?If
with the Durham and Charlotte Railroad,
at Greonboro with tho Southern Railway
Company, at Waluut Oovo with the Norfolk
and Western Raliway.
J. R. KENLY, Gon'l Monagor.
T. M. EMERSON, Traillo Mnnagor.
H. M. EMERSON, Gen'I PwM-Agenfc
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work; household hint*; Action, ?te. Sut,
?cribe to ?ky, or, tend co. tor Intent coj^y.
Lady amenta wnnted, Sond for terme.
HtTlUh,* RotlAble, Slttipl?, Up-to
date, Koononilcnl aud Abioluioly
Por/ect-Fltltug Papar Vatterua.
.v jr Afl tami ?Howed ead Petforatlou ?how I
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>, I And town, olby rnatl from
* I THK MoOALL CO., I
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Three Barbers I Three Chairs I
SALOON ON MAMON STUEET.
EASY CHAIRS, CLEAN SHAVES
BEST OF HAIR CUTS I
Child ron re?oive special attention
either at tho Shop at their howe,
Your patronage solioite'd.
J. A. GRACE, Berber.
BENNETTS VILLE, H. 0.
. nfjgtm; ?? Y--r* Dteiaria
mifclOy naoertnm our opinion (top whothor fti|
Invention li probably pn t cwi nf do. ?omthunlca
t lon? ?.trio! ly conSdontlnl. Ilnm?bookpn ?'ntenl;?
aonl. fr*o, Ofttesl naonoy for BOCurhiK Prupntp.
I?nt<iut8 tiikon throtinh Muan A Co. reedite
ipiclal notice, wltliout onnfgo, In tne
ill!! I? UH!
J, M. J?OKBOK,
jf.Uy 12, ifi?l,