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BENHE?TSYILLB, S. O,
BY jg, A. H.U?HVft 4% CO.
0//?ot> fPcsf o/ Coure House.
Fhdoy Noveniher 8, 1901,
Owr Toion Gorvemmcnt.
MAYOR.-C. S. McCall
ALDERMEN-J. Frank Breeden, C. E.
Ekum, John T, Douglas, W. S. Rowe.
CLERK & TREASURER?-Milton Mc
laurin. Oflice open daily.
POLICE-J. II. Moore.
Marlboro County Officers.
SHERIFF-J. B. Groen
CLERK OE CLERK-J. A. Drako
JUDGE OP PROBATE-M. MeLaurin
CORONER-C. F. Covington
SUPERVISOR-M. IQ. Coward
8UP:C>KDUOA.TION-W. L. Stanton
_?TVBASVRER-J. H. Thomas
* AUDITOR-13. S. Carlislo
REPRESKNTATIVES-J. 0. Dunbar, J.
0. Campbell, lt. L. Freeman.
r. i i ? i l'Ut!
Directory of Benncttsville Lodges
CONSOLIDATED LODGE NO. 15, K. ol
P.^mcots ovcry Monday ovouiug at 7.30
W. Turlington, C. 0.
0. J. Lido, K. of II. & 8.
MARLBORO LODGE NO. 88, moots at
Honocttavillo, Friday ovoning, on or bo*
Toro oaoh full moon at 8 o'clock.
J. F. Kionoy, W. M.
J. T, Dudley, Seorotary.
y-?MM? ? ? i ? i-m-wt^mii nm ? m^i^fc^WW
County Masonio Directory.
MARLBORO CHATTER NO. 30 R. A.
M., moots at Benncltsvillo ou the second
Friday of each mouth.
Robt Chaffin, H. P.
II, E. Stooktou, Secretary.
EUREKA LODGE NO. 43, A. F. M..
moots at MoColl, oaoh Saturday after
noon, before tho full moon,at 4 o'olook.
AURORA LODGE NO. 33, A. F. M.,
moots at Clio, Saturday on or after caoh
full moon at 3 o'olock, p. m.
J. T. Stanton, W. M.
.J. E. McLeod, Seorotary.
Bennettsville Church Directory.
METHODIST-C. IL Smith, P. C.
Sunday "school'4 00 p. m. Preaching at
11.00 a. m. and 8 00 p. m. Prayer nicot
ine Wednesday afternoon nt 4.00 o'olock.
i'oporintendent Sunday Behool, Phil. A.
IIAPTIST-Rev. Rufus Ford, Pastor,
jil Sunday school at 10.00. Preaching Sun
>: ? djiy at 11.00 a. m., and 8.00 p. m. Prayer
moisting Thursday ovoning at 8 o'olook.
feSuperintendent of Sunday school, H. W
ttii?iJYVEitiAN---Ki:v. li. W. Ihirwelli
tor. Pi Biebing every Sunday at ?1 a.
j and v oo p. m. Prayer mooting ou
? i'?-'.c.\v ut'ter.o ni 'it I o'clock. Sunda}
!.>. 'i'O a. in Sop'j.'iic'ondsot ol
<j'.'..sooi'.vr.- -It-.-T. C V/. Boyd, Roefci?,
icbini? ovot> second ?mil femrth Simony
.x a'.ii, Uud Soo p, m. Sunday
, tfoiiool .at 9 30 a. m. Dr. J. A. Falson,
|M|V- !.. County Church Directory.
??nnettsville Circuit Appointments
REV. J. W. ARIAILL, P. O.
.First Sunday-11a.m., Pino Grovo'
3 p, m., Smyrna,
i .econd Sunday, 11a.m. MoColl.
3 p. rn, Beauty Spot,
Third Sunday-ll a. m., Pino Grove,
> 3 p. rn, Smyrna?
. Fourth Sunday, ll a. m. MoColl,
3 p. rn. Beauly Spot,
Blenheim Circuit Appointments.
KEV. J. E. BEARD, P. C.
First Sunday, Hebron ll a. m.
Ebenezer 3^30 p. m.
Second Sunday, Parnassus ll a. m..
Bu tb lo h em 3.30 p. m
Third Sunday, Hebron 11 a. m.
Zion 3.30 p. m.
Fourth Sunday Parnassus II a. m.
yj Bethlehem 3.30 p. m.
Clio Cij'cuit Appointments.
REV. T. M. DENT, P. C.
Clio-lst and 2nd Sundays ll a. m.,
\ 3d and 4ih Sundays 3.30 p. m.
Boolah -lat nod 2d Sundays 3 30 p. m
3d and 4(h Sunduys lin, m.
y Sunday fcohool every Sunday 10 a. m.
A FIENDISH ATTACK.
An attack was lately made on C. F,
Collier of Cherokee Iowa, that nearly
proved tatal. It came through his kid.
'?i.eys. His back got so lame bc could nol
stoop without great pain, nor sit in a
chair except propped ny cushions. Nc
remedy helped him until bc tried Elec
tric Bitters which effected such a won
derlul cbangcth.it he writes he leels like
a new mau This marvelous medicine
cures backache and kidney trsuble, purl
Tics thc blood and builds up your health,
Only 50c at J. T. Douglas & Bro.
-. t f^j, ?
Flowers I Flowers !
Mrs. J no 8. Moore has a line
lot of G?raniums, Hegoniae
Ferns, Palms and other plants,
woll rooted, that she desires to
sell Cuttings 25c per dozen,
Read every page,
Yes, read every lino,
Por by this gauge
lt may pay for time.
Any kind yoi
w ?nt. Apply to
J. M. JACKSON.
July 3, 1900.
'BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS.
Boat all round Farmers Poad In the wort?
Choleo Eggs nt 600 par Sotilog of 13.
E. 0 NEWTON, Tatum, 8.0
ft?* Paints, Oils, Varnish, Ola
nd Brushes oan bo bought at lowe
ri?os at il. Ti Doublai',
Mr. Louie McLeod of Olio was
In town Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Will Spears of Olio was in
town Monday and called to see
Rev. J. E. Beard of Blenheim
attended the State Fuir last
Mr Ellorho Powers attended
tho Pair at Fayetteville this
Kev. T. M. Dont visited rela
tives in Columbia and Winsboro
last week. *
Mr. Josiah Odom now of Ches
tonieid was down Tuesday among
Miss Adelo Harden spent Sat
urday and Sunday with relatives
at Beauty Spot.
Mrs. Julia Mittle who has boon
visiting friends at Newberry has
Miss Hattie Newton of New
tonville is visiting Misses Jesse
and Mary Adams.
Mr. James McDaniel of tho X
Roads called salesday. No special
nows "in his section.
Mr. George Ballard of Bright
sville was down salesday. No
news in his section.
Mr. C. H. M. Quick of the Be
thel section was in town Monday
and made us a pleasant call
Messrs Durman McDaniel and
Julius Hamer of Beauty Spot
were in town Sunday afternoon
Mr. Joseph H. David was in
town Saturday and called. He is
having lots of sport catching fish
with his bob.
Mr. P. S. Stubbs of upper
Hebron was in town salesday and
called. He has made a success
with his new cotton
Mr. Robert Spears, one of Heb
ron's lucky farmers was among
the callers salesday. Ho has
plenty of hog and hominy
Mr. Harris N. Spears formerly
of Hebron but now of Sumter
has been spending a few days in
Hebron and over in Robeson
Mr. Charlie Covingtou our pop
ular Coroner in coming out of
his house one night last week
had a mishap to fall and brulso
himself considerably, but is out
again all right.
Homo Grown Beardod seed
wheat at C. 8. McCall's.
Robbery at Clio
The Depot at Clio woe broken
into and robbed on Monday night
while agent Anderson was nt sup
per. He left three lamps burning
but failed to look his safe from this
the robber or robbers got about $60
in cash and a watch. No clue as yet,
but aoraebo?) hud a key that fitted
! his door.
J??s5>" .(for:ic Grown. l.Uiid \*e<<M
iced Oats i\<: 0. ix MeCnll'a.
FOR * SALE I
A live hoi'bc la rm in Robeson
County N. C., seven miles south of
Maxton. E. F. MCRAE,
Maxton N. C.
Cheap Re ad I na. ?.
Tho Demoorat and the Semi
weekly Atlanta Journal one year
. for $1.50o . .
The Sunny South and the Demo*
erat for only $1.50
The Democrat and McCall's
Magazine-an excellent Lady'?
, Eook for $1.50
It is not often you hear of those
who themselves look after the bur
ial place and monument before
death, but it is told us that our old
friend Undo Joel Covington ol
Hebron has not only purchased hie
monument but last week had vaults
prepared and walled up for himself
and wife. Just why ho has done
this he will tell us in a letter to thc
Democrat some day soon.
SPECIAL* NOTICE 1
The Suporintendeut ot Education wd!
bo in hin offlco on Thursday and Frldnj
14th and 15th, including hit regular dayp,
to givo ali an opportunity to completo thc
oxohange of old booka. No book? oxohanged
nf tor Friday the 15th
tV, L. Stinton,
Nov 5, 1901. Co Supt of Ed.
1 Got Seed in Time.
Mr. P. 8. Stubbs hus about 100
bushels of choice Cottou Seed se
lected from largest stalks of im
. proved '-Texas Wood" variety of 6
ycrsr improvement, that he will
sell to those who aro looking foi
seed that will inoroaso the yield ol
lint. Write him at Clio, 8. C.
&W~W. P. COVINGTON is in
I tho market to buy seed. Soe hin
before you buy or sell youi
I Salesday in November.
The first Monday in Novembei
1001 was cor tain ly a notable one
Fair crowd but tho dullest aa U
lifo and business for many years
Tho weather was an ideal fall day
clear and cool. Tho Clerk of Cour
j sold two small tracts of land undo;
foreclosure. Only ono N., C. wagoi
was on hand with onions, apple
and dried fruit. Auctioneer Davi<
was busy all day with a lot of ?loth
j ing, &c. Tho horse traders wer*
here in force but trading was slow
Messrs Bolton, Newton, Moody ant
I J. S. Covington had some flue ex
h'bits of poultiy-Mr. Covington'
yellow legged Plymouth Hocks an*
z Mr. Bolton's Brawn's woro choice
BS AU made sale?, %t was a sobe
st orowd and many remained unt
TOWN ANO COUNTY NEWS.
Heavy froste in Toxas now for a |
jump in colton.
Golatino at . W. M. Rowe's.
- Soe J. P. Breedon for seed I
oats and poa vine hay
. WOT Buok wheat and Maple
syrup at W, M, Ko wu's.
. Tho market was woll sup
plied with sweet potatoes Satur-1
Full cream cheese and butter
at W. M. Rowe's.
- Strlugs of nico carp from
Pee Dee were on tho market Fri
J3?r* Fri sh Minoe Meat at
W. M. Howe's
?@r- Geo P. Ides groat dollar
shirts at Mittle'? store, swell pat?
- Among tho choice fruit seen
salesday was a lot of the large
Full lino ot dress goods and
silks at Mittle's ?toro.
- Do you want a farm in Robe
son county, if so write Mr. E. P.
MoRao at Maxton
Mon and boy hats all
abanos and colora at Mittles store,
Huinzs white wiue and oidor
vinegar at' W. M, "Rowe's.
-Tho first cold snap struck
us Tuesday, but the supply of
wood was equal to the demand
At Mittles Store you got tho
bent values for the least money.
Fresh Raisins, Currauts and
Citron at W. M. Rowe's.
- Remember tho time to ex
change school books expires on
the 15th. Attend to this at once
At Mittle's Store goods are os
represented or no sale.
-Tho long drouth of October
was broken Monday night by
light showers and a good rain
See Mittles stock of Juck
eta Coats and Capes it means new
stock new stylos for less money
than you can buy thom ciaowhero.
?f?yApples, Banannas, Oranges
and other kind of fruits ut
W. Mi Rowe'*.
- The colored preacher who
was badly boat up with a chair
in the hands of a woman noni*
[Tatum is not dead but pretty
t&~ Lownie'a Candy for sale nt
W. M. Rowe's.
-Treasurer Thomas says taxos
are coming in slowly-one 'o
three receipts daily. Sal?sday in
November 1??0 ho took in sever
I al hundred dollars, last salesday
j ho ?pfc Head than fifty,
- . pon'fc formet the entortaiiv
rnodt in tho douri .Uo.u;o cullie
Vening of tho tilth pi! Nov em *
er, The programme v/il! bonn
attractive one, tho music boin,'j
furnished by tho Cheraw (Quar
tette. All who have heard these
gentlemen sing will want to do
so again, and those who haven't
hoard them have a treat in store.
Roser vea seats 35c; General
admission 25c, children 15c.
Petit ourers November Court
Tho following have been drawn
to serve as petit jurors for tho next
term of tho Court, which convenos
on the 18th, with Judge Buchanan
on the bondi :
Theo L. BroecUo, P. B. Meeking,
. B. Huoitoaa, JJ. D Bundy
W. O. Stubbs, Joo R Hamor,
. E. Bogers, J. B. Tow minmi,
Tom Parker, N. D MuLaurln,
. T. Brigman, Luthor Flotobtr,
. lt. Peguoa, P. B. Rogora,
Jeeao D. David, 0. 0 Quick,
T. 8. Smith, O. W. Crosland,
B. F. Huokabee, R. J. Poelo,
T. M. Wobitter, Joe h. iicCull,
, W. Oroiland, W. A. Moo,?,
G. W. Miller, J. D. Flotchor,
Spurgeon Covington, James MoArthur'
0. M. Proctor, H. L. David,
K J. Alaohrookp, W. D. Jonktna,
U. J. Rogers, A. P. Williams,
0. A. Hubbard, A. A Gray.
FOR SALE-My roaidonoo and Lota
at Blenheim. Apply to Mrs B. Ft MoMit
lan, Blonholm, 3. 0.
We were ?bown Saturday some
choice cabbage rangiug in si/.o from
2 to 8 lbs, and woro told that they
carno from Mr. C. S. McCall's
Cook place superintended by Mr.
Gibson. They were planted in Aug
ust. Benden growing big crops o?
cotton and corn, Mr: McCall plants
heavily of wheat, outs, rye, cane,
turnips, cabbage, and, on one of
his farm? considerable attention ?B
given to bee culturo, tho result oi
which he has been ablo to supply
his large trade with flour, baoon,
meal, syrup, honey, peas, potatoes,
cabbage, turnips, wheat, oats, brnii?,
and hay, all raised on his farms near
town. Being homo raised and fresh
these articles find quick sales.
Postum Cerial tho great
substitute for Coffee for nervom
peoplo at W. M. Rowo's.
Iiottors addressed to the following tiatnoc
poisons remain unedited for at tho poal
oi?lco in Bsanottavlllo :
Albeit Alton, J B. Bunton, Goorgo Doa
toa, R Crccoh, A. M. Outlaw, Julius"O'
Neal, Jno M. Wingfild, Dr. Loepor.
Mrs, Latllda Brlgmao, Misses Fan;
01?tk, Rosa Bristow, Td; Steward, Hatti
AMoo, Flovonoo Gioon.
Best Coffee and Tea in town a
W. Ifl. Rowe'?.
Tho hour for evening sorvico9 nt thc
ohurohos is now 7 o'clock.
Prayer mooting at tho Baptist ohuroh
ovory Thursday ovoning at 7.00,
Hov. 0. NV Boyd will fill bis appointment
at St. Paul's Episcopal churoh Suuduy at
II a. m , and 8 p. rn.
Tho mon's prayor mooting at tho |
Methodist ohuroh in hold ovory Woduos
day ovoning at 7 00. Tho publio iuvitod.
Editor Boos Wondors.
Editoi-W. V.Barry of Loxtugtou, Tonn.,
in exploring Mammoth (J ive, contracted
a severn cuso of Piles. 11U quick euro
through ming Buckler's Arnica Salvo
oonvinoed him it is anothor world's woiW
der. (Juron pile?, Injuries. Iuilamui.ttion,
and ull bodily Eruptions. Only 25 els. at
J. T, Douglas & Bro. druggist.
Tho editors of tho Woman's Edition of
the Poo Doe Advooato titer tho following j
pris'S : For tho largest list ot suhsorptlotiB
at 10 ots poe oojiy ono Oxford Toaohors
Bl lo ; for tho noxc largest two pounds of
Fr inch candy, and for tho next Itrgast one
pound Frouoh cundy. Tho Editors' .
Writo your namo mid address on a tdip
of paper and Rood with to couts for a o< py
of tho Woman's Edition of tho Poo I) JO Ad*
vocato to Mrs J. F, Evorotb, Bomott vlllo.
You Know What Vou aro Taking
Whon you aro tako Ur oven TuHtolceu Chill I
ronlo beomiRO tho formula ls plainly given |
on every b atlo showing that lt i? simply
Iron and Quiuino in a tasteless form. No
ouro-no pay. Prloo 50
Tho BoBt Preparation for Malaria.
OhlllB and Fovor ls a bottle of G rovo V
TnstolsB Chill Tonio" It is simply Iron and
quiuino in a tasteless form. No euro-no
pay. Pr leo soo.
V3T Pipos and Smokers Supplies in
endless variety can be found at J. T.
The World's Groatost FoYor Medicine.
Johnson's Tonio doos in a day what
slow Quiuino oannot do in ten days. Its
.splendid cures oro in (-triking contrast
with tho fcoblo euros made bv Quinine.
If you aro utterly wretched, lake a
thorough couMO of Johnson's Tonio and
drive out every truco of Mulari il poiaon
ing. Tho wisc insure their health by
lining JonnHon'H Ott ill and Fever Tonio
It coals 50 ocnls il it cutes, liol ono cent
if it docs not.
Mittle appreciates your pat
ronage treats the trade all right
and does the business.
An vaccination provonts email pox and
qulntuo chilla end favor, BO THICTIIINA
provonts and oountoraota tho effoots of the
Bummor'a heat, muoh dreaded by mothorB
with numil ohlldren. TEETH INA re
Moves tho many troubles inoidoi.t to tcoth- I
lng and tho hot eummors, and no mother
j is exousablo for not giving it, for it couts
only 25 couts at druggist; or mail 25 centfi
to 0. J. Moffatt, M D. St. Louis, Mo.
t i ot.u Arrivals,
TVo ? Torie I'lo.vs, lotii1 dille ?-it mel; .
o .. nf liiit'rows..Acme, Uiti.itway firhl
Houud Di-:,. H()i|d}i)/t eihl.fipifee I?pllt
Lov?liotj l?iipoivi f. . dim h ."s '
ihr? bl OX' . nely low pri'ciJii. (?DiVi rU'e; V. j
I our pri?es pvf?ip you buy
j J' .\. llop?V.s'.
- . ?- 4* *J.m- % . .-.
Don't You Love ff lo wo rt? V
It so, and you want some pretty
pots of all sizes in which to place
them, call at the Hardware store
and you can be suited.
Stops tho Cough and Work B off tho Cold,
Laxativo Biomo Quinino Tableta cure u cold
in ono day. No Cure, No Pay. Prico 250 a
NOTICE OTFINAL DISCHARGE.
ET-TATS OK PllHBTON PKAK80N, Dl?C'D4
HAVING this day flied with tho Probate
Judge nf Marlboro county, my Anni
roturo ax Administrator of tho catato of
Preston Pearson, dee'd, Notice is hereby
given that on tho 4-.l1 day of Dmombor,
I901, I will apply to II lid Probate Court for
Luttera Diemianory us Administrator of said
Eduto. J. N. DRAKE,
Nov. 4, 19OL Administrator.
8PECIAL ELECTION NOTICE.
In pureuanoo of an Act ot tho (.1 merni An
mbly, entitled An An', to authori/.o all
cities and towna to build, equip und oporato
a syHt?:m of wator worka ami cl-utric lights
and to issue bonds to moot the coi;b of
same, and acta amendatory there;o, and nt
tho roquent, of the mujeril/ of ibo Free
holders of tho T0.VI1 of lt.inn? tinville b)
petition, nu eloclion will bo held in thc
Court 1 tonne on tho 141I1 day November,
1901, for tho purpose of nu'?in i tiing lo the
qualified votera within tho corp irate limit*
of tho town of .BonnettRxille the qnootion
of buming bonds or no bouda not to exceed
$12,000 <o build, equip and o,? -rato a (?yu
tom of clootrio lights in tho said town ol
BfluaottsvlHo. And, nt tho n min tim i to
voto for tbrco oiti/enn, to bo ki'lown as thc
Bonni of Cummivslonors of Publio Worin
of ?nid Town.
Tue following gentlemen ard Apf.oint.6il
managers of said o'rot ion : T. 0. Hamer,
L J. Bruodan and E. S. 0..rllali\
P.di i open at 7 o'o'.oek, a m., and close
?t 4 o'clock, p. m.
ti. s. MCCALL
Opt. 25 1901. Mayor.
We offer First-class I Horse
Wagons comnlete at $25-Spol
Cash Hardware Co.
Farms For Sale
WILL SELL MY FARM (355 acres)
in Adamsvillc township, this c ninty
located on the Gibson Branch A. (). L
lt. lt. at Ncwtonvillc Depot. Go >d ft yt
room dwelling, large barn, out building!
tenant houses. Near to churches and
schools. Healthy community. At thc
depot there is a nice dwelling and largt
store house. On this la rm is a 20 acre
pasture with a never-lailing stream run
ning through it, This is a big bargain
I have also several line farms near bj
that 1 will sell on good terms. Sec m<
il you want a bargain in good farming
lands or a fine business stand. - '
L. D. NF.WflON, .
Newtonville, S. 0 , Oct. io, ioo?>
Attornoy at IJ?W and
Probate J ul gc.
Oiuco in Ooo rt Hon no,
WINO.? Ti '
aa soon ?.
i WALTIl I nm forced to close out my business
tye, and to this end I offer to tho public my
iMMOTH STOCK OF GOODS
? S':^^MMt?AL COST,-*
ALL FMslMm GOODS I NO OLD STUFF!
Sale to v?o?r.^; moo Monday/ October 21st,
And coutitVm?:'.\V?til v.he S took is disposed of or sold.
SPOT CASH f4$tfe- POSITIVELY NO GOODS CHARGED
I tlmtk ibo good ?itv?' '> nit) (?cnilomen, ono and ul!, of ibis counly for their liboral
patronn?e, whit h <t\\\i> huvo civon mo, end lo return, my appreciation nnd
.many thai,'-;...,. jV Ihh 01? Kl?; lt ABOVE AT COST 1
l-A "-'^ir^KWOOD. Proprietor
.?vt?Viilo Dry Goods and Millinery Co.
I shiOXSAL NOTICE !
LLperi;o;iS tv,\ r i?. account against me must present them be
1 foreTNov. ?.Uv Ut' for payment.
. All^peraon? n\d?.?!)>* cl.; (or owe me) by account, notes or mort
gages must ei\llUr > ?litio r ame before Nov. 1st 1901.
lt L. KIRKWOOD. PROPRIETOR
Oct. 16/1001. . Bennettsvillo D. G. and M. Co.
TWO-STORY . ;^U?K BUILDING, "WITH CELLAR 29x94
feet. Coi nei i f; .ti iUand in town for business.
J. T. DOUGLAS*
A. O. DOUGLAS
. T, Pharmacists and Dealers in -
Pure ?U?s and paient ggfedicincs
Plain and I:a tit [/^Stationery and School Supplies.
O LASS and PUTTY.
FXMft CIGARS AND TOBACCO.^
wer Pr&icritftiohk carefully compounded at all hours
UTId:vi' i(-t i. t'fji't? /.' c(I to h?f of the Purest 'Drugs and at
reasonable /?/ leas.
A fri!! |V?$? >^o-f?,Kv,, Seed & Onion Sets.
'Vhwikful J*.. ? iHayc- UK- y,vliolt rv ??ntik?qiije-fi cf name.
Jiu?tuniy .JJ., i'.n:> j . it ... .....? .< .. .?....* v .v^,
..... , ...... -J..... .- ,...,
rniri? is TftB SEASON TO#iV HOUSEKEEPERS HAVE TROUBLE TO
1 KEEP FOOD' ? fiOM SPOILING, ond iuo soroly puzzled what to da.
Wo can ludp nb nuoh! Como and soo our S took of Propared OANNliD OOOD3
put up In "qua tit i tiwi to' juli (ho Hot Woathor Contingencies,
Wo hove Bock wheat, Maple Syrup, Oatmeal, Salt Fish,
. ITonfuiy, l^uiuklaat Bacon, Voil Loaf, Tripe,
Chicken Lon I', J: .ne Cihcken, Ham Loaf, Titi, Codee,
Hammad nnd Oranges.
Wo have Flavoied Soup, Com and Heans, Tomatoes and
Ohm, Hoijat I'oof, liam, Maccaroni, Choese, "on-*,
'Mustard paticcj Co rn dd Hani, Cranberry Sanee, Pi ti m
Puddiiiu, ?JQIHO'J, Apples, Nuts. Raisins, Prunes,
L FOR SUPPHR
We haye f?ytti'.H, Sliced Ham, Chicken, Pernod Beef,
?^i?uage. Crackers, Shreded Codfish Wnfora,
M not ard Said?in?, Cherries, Pears, Postum Cereal.
ii ^ ^
Oar s n i ? ] >I y of CiVUh?d v^'oods, Pickles, and Dainties aro ol' Tins
?iKST. Lot ?t? sti.pply?w?r wants.
Plume Wo. H?.
W. M. ROWE.
Ueitncit?ville, s. C.
Allays irritation, Aids Dlgastlon,
r\,e.gtilatcs thc R0W?.I5,
SfrcajjMviiu tfi? Ciiiid,
Makes Teething l.nsy.
TEETIIINA Rc'ltves the Bowel
, ,, Troubles of Children of
,. pa Costs oitiy 25 cents nt Dfiigipsts, ANY ACE.
!*!^ toe. J. MOFFI2TY, M. P., ST. LOUIS. RHO?
II i^?i?i^i AT STiiiiuoo oi/iDui!)
'? Mice lot of young
' Mele?.and Horses.
I And will ( continue to keep them for sale,
il'.L^ Mill bo Misrepresented and jrou eau rely on
Fobmru y 7, i 'JO I.
?IA Home For Sale.
S EY N ROOM (.orTAOE. com.
lortahly rurnis!(t:tV. (ih'e location in ICast
Benueitsville. . JVMI?CS residing In the
country find d?*)t?||^ t? move to.town tor
school. priyi!t?t?o-s will (ind it profitable
to call 01 wi.uMiiisofli??'lo'i :t?rm?.
|. .|| , U'4-_
m -, \\\ novonxm,
Ho AH?tiuy al finw,
.liunuctt? vlllo, S. O.
??ioQ on Darb'nft t un ?t rc ct near Postal
iToloffrapl' Mfa Jannafy, 1880.
Three Papers One Year Each, only 500
Now Only 50 Gouts A Yorir,
and Includes absolutely free
THE PARAGON Mofrjm.v, New York,
Tu? FARM JOURNAL, Philadelphia.
The Daily and Sunday Times,
including Farm Journal and Paragor
Monthly, Now only $3 per year.
Or 25 cts per month by mall,
Address THR Tl M KP,
I WILL SELL FTJRNITUHE
If you need anything IN MY LINE como and lieut
MY PRICES. This is no Falto Salo.
Gr. W. Waddill.
Bennottsville, S. 0., Nov 4, 1901.
. -DEALERS IN
Horses, Mules, Buggies, Wagons
AFTER THIS DATE, Rod during the eniiro Trading Season will
keep their STABLES WELL FILLED with n ohoieo selection
of Horses and Mules, whioh they will sell for Cash, or on tipio
with good approved notes.
Wo have recently added Buggies, Wagons and Harness to our Stook
and we intend tokeop up-to-date goods at tho best prices.
The following is a list of some of the makes of BUGGIES wo
Conrlland, Watertown, Ames, Etnruomv Wrecn, Stand
ard mid Hickory Carriage Co.
october is, iqob. FULLER BROS
For The Pee Dee Section.
WE lin ve j asl rei. i veil AC A ll
LOAD of tho oe ?viith? I und.'
2 horse RUSSEL WAGONS
Every ono of whioh ave guaran
- WK OFFER.
One Horse Wagons (complete) at
Two Horse Wagons, with 2 inch
tire, at $40.00
WE ALSO CARRY -
A ?OM1WBUNB0P HARMS AND REPAIRS,
Wc very respectfully solicit, at leas!, a portion ot your
patronage, and arc confident we will please both as to Pille?
and Quality. Will be glad to have you call and inspect
our stock. .Yours truly
Aug 15, 1901.
?Bennettspille Hl?velt? TWorfr?;
F. E, ROWE, MANAGER.
-DEALER IN AND MANUFACTURER OF -
Ceiling, Flooring, Siding, Brackets,
Balusters, Newels, &o.
BUILDING MAFIIIAIJ OP ALL KINDS.
IF YOU ARR TN NEED OF any kind of LUMBER, 'ough
or dressed, wc would bo glad to have you call at our MILL
and look over stock.
WK ARK STltl IN BUSINESS
AT THE OLD STAND
An nd Prepared to fill at Short Notice
- Orders for -
Cyprcas and White Pine
Sash, Haars and BlindBj
AT BOTTOM PRIORS.
Wo Roll no shoddy work, or mlas-flta.
Shops on Modell ntrcot nour renldonco.
8. F. FOWEUN,
Jan 31, 1898 Bonnottftvlllo, fl. O.
Valuable Property For
TWO valuable lois In Ewt BonnetUvllle.
I Ono oontnlns a good dwelling with 8
rooms, a wldo hall and 3 porches. Tho
ether ls A Cottage with 4 tooma a h?ll and
two porehed. Apply ntt btu offloo,
? Bargain for
IWILL SELL CHEAP FOR CASH, vt
on timo to tho right mnn,
Two ?0 saw Hall Gins with Feeders and
Oondenurrs, nil completo,
Ono Acmo Colton Prose,
125 foot flnhhed 8hn(tlng,
Lot of Polleya nnd Bolting,
AM. In good running order, Rcoaon for
selling I wtsb to put In Inrgur outfit.
W. M. SMITH.
Donnottsvllla, July 25, 1901.
WusK In town nnd you want ? good
tnoftl, remember wo CAO ?oruo yon.
A good moni for a$o. RcsUarAnt
north of tho Market. ,
I). J. ?inAvnoy,