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BfeHNE??SYILLE, S, 0.
.:?rV- ?. A. JIKOWN & ??.
?Jiloe West of Court House.
Friday, Qot, 24. 1902,
M A Vpn-C. S. McCall
Abo"k R M EN-J. Prank Breeden, U. E.
Exurn^j John T. Douglas, W. S. Kowe.
Cb&K Qc TREASURER-Milton Mc?
taurin, Office open dally,
FO?$?CE--J. II. Moore.
To ?lio Trustees of Public Schools.
i Y ordor of tho County Board of Educa*
lion, tho Freo Pabilo Sobools of Marl
boro oouuty will opon on Monday, O?tober
Hie 27th, or CB eoon thoroaftor ns practica
ble. v- ' -
I will bo in my ofllco ovory day for two
weeks, boglunlug Ootobor 20th, from io a
ot., to 3 p. m. At all olbor timos my ofQoo
will bo opon, during tho samo hours, on
Monday and Saturday of oaoh weok, whilo
tho Loo BohoolB aro lu Kennion.
Trustees v/lU pknuo not Inoludo olaima
fer difforont objeots in tho snuio pay war?
x,\?*>, out malto every claim os a sopsraie
W. L. STANTON,
Co. Supt of Education.
Tatum, S. C., Oot. 7, 1902.
Notioe of Court.
OTI?E is humby given that tho Court
of Gonoral SOBBIOUB for tho County of
Marlboro will oouvono at Bonuottavillo on
tho Fourth Monday lu Ootobor, dieing tho
?7th day thoroof) xgoa, and tho Court of
Common Pleas on the Woduoaday next
following aald fourth Mondoy lu Ootober,
(hoing the 29th day thereof) 1902, at Bon?
?oktavlllo in and for tho oounty of Marlboro
and Ututo of South Carolina, All persons
lutoroated will tako dut notloo thereof.
J. A, DRAKE,
dork Court of C. P. & G. S.
^ For Marlboro Co,, S. 0.
Sopt 19, 1902.-s
APPLICATION FOR HOMESTEAD.
A i'f? pereonB aro hereby notified that Mrs.
l\ Willie H. MoLaurln, widow of Sidney
0. MoLauvin, doooasod, bas filed with mo
ber potltion that a homestead exemption
hi appraised and sot ci? tc her and her
^mlBroD, out of tho property both rooland
persona! Bltuato in tito oounty of Marlboro
in tho Stato of South Carolina of whioh
tbrt m\h\ Sidnoy C. MoLaurin died pOBBOBBod
At tho oxpirntiou of four wooka from this
dato tho undorsigncd will prooood to havo
".ul HomOBtead laid off in accordance with
law. JAMES A. DRAKE,
01ork,c, 0. 1?. A a. s. M o.
Sept ay, ?OO?.
Uv it 'J?'t!\t??:.< ny thc ;ii;')oi- and Al
ir mon ortho town oi Bo??ot'.n l?o,
rnnoU rweimbU i
Thist from ami afb t tho pan^igo of lbj
rdlotiutie, ii ?hall i?; unlawful foi ?by p<u
..*m oz porjoii? lo duiner, mutilutu, ut in
any wiso Injure any fouco nrouud any
ooraotory lu said town or to climb or jump
over, or to bitoh bonum to nuy suoh fonco.
Any vlolatlou of thlB Ordtnanco shall be
doom?dn misdemeanor and upon convie?
ti on shall bu fined not IOBS than fivo dol
lars nov moro tbnu tou dollars or bo im
prisoned not less than Avo^dayo nor moro
tbnu thirty days.
Done and ratified in Council this 3rd
day ol Oct., A. D., 1902.
C, S. MCCALL, Mayor.
"IE?LISTATE FOK SAI'ET
?VALUABLE PLANTATION OF 655
AcrOBj Comfortable Dwolling, All no
pessary outbuildings. Ton tonnnt houses,
and rontal of about $689.00 per annum.
Qulok palo dosired by Executor. Price
About $6,ooo. Write to
..... A B, STUCKEY,
'1902.' - feumtoi, ?. o.
persons aro hereby warned
... to trespass in any manner
upohwiy lands belonging to tho un
d?raignCa in Marlboro county, oither
Ly walking, riding, hauling wood or
straw, hunting or otherwise.
W. B. Ivoy,
Mrs. Wi B. Ivey.
Valuable Property For
WO valuablo lotn in EaBt Bonnettsvlllo.
Ono oontalbs a good dwolling with 8
.-.oomA, a wido hall and 3 porobes. The
otho? is a Cottago with 4 rooms n hall and
two porahos. Apply at his ofllco.
Land at Red Springs
,v(iAND-20 acros undci
j of cultivado?, willi a
jood outbuildings, n finn
nv^flowtng~T)mTnferat spring within 60 }nrd?
<?f dwelling ; ono sido of land running with
tho town limit. Also ono fivo room houso
and lot--lot 113x193 looatod on Mair, st.,
Vox turther Information addross
LOCK BOX No 10,
Rod Springs, N. 0.
SCRAP IRON of ovory desorption 0<>d
Old maohlnory. Any kind of fl 0 wrecks or
jttook*. Write for particulars. Addreus J.
B, OAUI'IJNKKI/, Columbia, S. 0.
THES JP ASS NOTICE.
ALL persona aro heroby warned not to
Trespass on any of our lands iu JL.bron
Township, elthor by walking, riding, haul
lng, huntlog, Ashing, or allowing aoy stook
to run at lurge upon any of thclande of
th) undoriftgacd, ?'?
W. J. Govlngtop.
II. K Covington,
v Mtt4 W; J? Covington,
ii ot lomb or 32(1, t?O;i.
Capt. J. 0. McRae of Hod Bluff
was in town Wednesday una drop
ped in to soo us
Mr. Luther Bundy of Hobron
was in town Wednesday and
made us a plonsant call
Rev. N, L. Swett of Cougaroe
who is spending sometime in tho
county was in town Wednesday
taking in tho tent meeting
lvlr. M. J. Covington of Clio,
who has boon on a trip to Smith
ville passed through on his re
turn Tuesday and called
Mr. W. S. Moworyf Jr., of
Englewood N. J., has moved his
family to our town and will make
his homo with us in future. Wo
extend a hearty welcome
Mi\ W. II. McIntyre will loavo
to-morrow aftornoon for Colum
bia with a choico selection from
his fine poultry yard to make an
exhibit at tho Stato Pair.
The following from Rocking
ham came down and spent Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Warburton and
son Leo, Mrs. Raiford Torry,
Mrs. Thomas, Mrs
Terry, Misses Blakely and
Sue Thomas, and Messrs Ralph
Torry and Edgar Davis.
TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS.
- Court convenes Monday
- Now moon next Friday
- Stato Pair noxt week
- The tobacco growers meet
Don't forget the estate salos
next Thursday and Friday
- The bag-pipers woro in town
Tuesday on the way to the Fair
- Tho Pair at Payottovillo is
Nov 5, (3 and 7
- Mr. W. ta Stanton is not
exchanging books now
- Go to C. B. Crosland's and
seo his now line of coat suits
- Exhibits for tho Stato Fair
should bo sent over not later than
- Fresh Celery from Kalama
zoo, Michigan, can be had at J.
F. David's fancy grocery
- Crosland wants the ear of
every lady in Marlboro this
- A. B. Stuckey., has a valua
ble plantation in Sumter for sale
cheap. Road his ad.
- Our next paper will go to
press Wednesday noon and all
favors should bo in by Tuesday
It will pay you to take time and
examine Crosland's big display of
fall and winter goods.
. .- Ono full faro rind 50cts extra
for ga ve* '.MUj*anco will take you
tho to Fair at Columbia and
-Tho new inton.-hangablo
ni il ea #o Unkels of. the Atlantic
CJoast fjibo can ho liad for dill |y
t|?S? per 1,000 inilc;.-j
- J. F. David's new Restau
rant is now opon where meals
can bo had in good style. Also
oysters stowed or fried
IIORSKS AND MULES-W. P. Brooder
hue now OD hand t ho OucBb lot of Hoi Bei
nnd mulei? over brought to Bonnottaville,
Call nnd soo thom.
- If you want to buy ahorno in
Red Springs, take a look at one
advortised in tho Democrat this
Low ney ,s Candy for salo at
W. M. Rowo'a.
Just received a fresh lot of Gra
ham Flour t
W. M. Ro^o'o
"Vermicelli for sale al
- ? VV. M. Rowe's.
You oan always find frosh but
ter and Cheese at
W. M. Rowe's.
Use nothing but Heinz pure
white wino and cider vinegar for
sale by W. M. Rowe.
If you want a good smoke
try a Cubanola Cigar for salo at
W.M. Rowe's. u
t6F" Pipes and Smokers Supplies in
endless variety can be found at J. T
Douglas & Bro.
FOR SALE-House and lot in
East Jlonnettsvillo adjoining J. F.
Oct 17, 02. C. S. McCall.
State and County Taxos
Those who can should pay u p
and thon avoid thc rush during
tho last days of December. Uudor
tho new law tho 10 per cent pen
alty attaches on January IN!, and
on tho 16th tho Treasurer will add
his cost. The new law makes you
pay for extension after Dooombor
Fine for Hedges.
I have cuttings to soil of ' Armor
RtVdr Frivitte " Now is tho limo to
sol them out.
Mis W. I). Mooan.
Call for a standard fashion sheet
it costs you nothing at Mittlo's
Home Grown Seed Wheat,
Rye, and Oats at
Oct 3, 02. C. S. CMcall's.
WANTED-Modloal vJotinwl Doelroa a
UoproBontativo In thin looalitv Snbry and
oommtenlon. AddcoBd K T. Curran, 154 E.
7*, Now York City, N: Y.
NOTICE-1 HAVK REMOVED MY
?FPICB -TO TUB ROOM8 OVKR ' THE
"PuAtfi'sns NATIONAL BANK."'
, ?? H. H. NEWTON.
.Kept 1, 1002,
I have oponed lip a restaurant
in tho rear of wy Grocery Store
where I will ho pro pared to s?rvo
meals at all hours. Highest mar
ket prio?s paid ior country produce.
Jas. F. David.
Oct 14 1902.
Tho Walter L Maiu show is the
largest piece of individual show
property iu America,
Every freight brings more goods
to Mittlo's store another lot of furs
and jackets just received.
Tho Designer greatest of fashion
books cost you but 10 cents a copy
at Mittle's store.
FOR SALE-Ono 6 room house
and nero lotiu wost Bennottsvillo.
13. Y. McGilvray.
Oct 17 1902.
Electric Door Bolls.
James W. Wingate will take pleas*
uro in filling your order foran Electric
Door Bell - two st) les nt u low price.
-. ? <.>?
- Extra fancy Louions only 20
cts doz at W. M. Rowe's
LOOK 1*L1SASANT, PLEASE
Photographer C. C. Har?an, of Eaton,
O . oiin do 80 now. though for ymir* ho
?couldn't bcoauso ho suffered untold agony
(rom the worst form of indigestion. .All
physicians uud medicines failed lo help
him till ho tried Elootrio Bitters which
woiked such wonders (br him that ho
declares (hoy aro a godsend to sufferers
froui dyspepsia acd stomach troubles
Unrivaled for discasos ofiho_ Siomuoh,
Li\or and Kidneys, they build up and
give now Ufo to tho wholo system* Try
them. Ouorautecd by J.T. Douglas &
Bro , druggist.
JUJT LOCK AT UJ3K.
Whence cumcthat sprightly stop, fault
loss bkin. rich, rosy complexion, smiling
(nco. She looks good, feels good. Hoi o's I
horsecret. Sho u.cs Dr. King's New'
Lifo PUK ltesuh-all organs aotivo, di
gestion good, no hoapachos.no chanco for]
'blues." Try them youraelf. Only 20o |
at J.T. Douglas & Bro.
New Idea Woman's Magazine.
Tho forthcoming Novorobor number of
tho Nitw IDKA WOMAN'S MAOAZINK will |
afford euU-rUhiwig mul pro?ltablo roadirig
for women in nil classes und ootiditious of
Ufo' It will bu liugod, naturally, with ibo
ThankFgiving luca, but will oovfr tte
ground of womnn'a needs, A noyel featuro
will bo tho first of n series of bright lottors
from an Englishwoman's wonmn'a pou, un
dor the caption of "Tho Journal of n Lon
don Woman.*' '-Dressing tho Brido" will
sot forth a now occupation for women, and
thoro will bo half a dozou good ?torios by
tho o?ovcrost writero. 'Autumn Noveltt a'
will ilhiBtiato tho nowoat doparturos in
fanoy work, and in ?'Good Housekeeping,"
excellent menus for Thanksgiving dinnci'B
will prove helpful and BUggcBtivo.
Do not parry pi fie HM ii- N,V
ibut ii' you '.vant tho ?tandni '/rt* j
llo will order it (or you.
lise I jiownoy 'a IJrcah fa >. j
looa for ?nie at \V, V,. 1\ k
I (J3^7t ,0ol Livingston hm ie j
line ,)orsv coa'? for sale.
FOB SAZ.E !
THE BOUNDS HOUSE
??;; AND LOT on Jenniugp
llrisasi? Street, Wost Beunottsville.
HAIUUKT M. BECKWITH.
Apply to J. M. JACKSON
QUE KN OE THE FEAST.
Il is aaid thnt tht tn?te for olive is
acquired. May havo to be for Rome
kinds. Not .80 with our Qeo
Even thosn who nre.noto'ive caters
admit that these aro good and lovers
of the fruit sav that our bottled olives
havo no superiors.
Sold in any sizo.
W M. ROWE.
Oct 24, 1902.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF MARLUORO.
By MILTON MoL AUItIN, Judgo Is?bato
?WT1!!ERICAS, Thoodocia N. Odom
vv mndo suit to mo to grunt unto him
Letters of Administration of tho Estate
of and EffeotB of MAny ELT,KN NUWTON,
Those nro tliereforo lo cito and admon
ish a!) and singular (ho kindred and cred
itors of thc said MASY EM.KN iN?wx?N,
deo'd, that they bo mid appear boforo mo
in tho Court of Probato to bo hold at
Bennottsvillo, 8. 0-, cn tho 30th duy ol
Ostober next, ai'o.- publio ition thereof ni
ll o'olock in tho forenoon, to show cause
if any (hoy havo why tho said Adminis
tration should not bo granted.
Given under my hand, this tho 10 h
day of October, A D., 1902.
MILTON MelAUItIN, 4
Judgo ol Probato, M. 0.
Kstate ol J. G. Hubbard.
?N obedionco to an order granted by ttl?
Probato Court of Marlboro Oounly i
will soil at Publio outcry nt tho lalo resi .
dence of John G. Hubbard on Oct 30: Ii
all tho personal property of which de
ceased died, seized and possossod. Co m
Histing of one Horse, ono Mule, ono Bug?
gy and iVngon, Piano, Organ, Corn Fon
dor, Household and Kitchen furniture,
and fanning Implements. Salo to com
meneo at IO o'clock a. ra. Terms Cash.
J. B. HUKSTESS, Adm'r.
Oct 12, 11)02,
.tip WV BOUCHIER, .
& ? Attorney sf Law?
Bonnettsvillo, 8. 0.
Oft?fl? on Darl/ygton ntvcot peat Postal
TfloHcnpt oftko. January, 1809.
Hov. 0. NV, Boyd will t-oudnot wv?
yioos at St. Paul's l?pi?e. ?)>;>! Cid^Vh
noxt :. uuday morning and night.
Hov. G. II. Muroh will bogle it
Erot meted meeting at Salem next
tonday night. Ho will ho n sainted
by Hov. W. L Hayes of Marlon.
The Carradino tent meet?n?? hogan
on Friday night and binen .Munday
scrvicos lmvo been hell daily inqr??pjj
and night: Tho Dr, UUB promu:"d lo
go toLumborion on M pu il ay (tex fi
Rev. Bunyan McLeod of tho Vron
by lorian Seminary lilied th? pulpit
of tho Presbyterian church S .ral y
morning and night. Wo lotlrxi bo
will fill appointments hero on thu tir?t
and third Mundays in oaob month at
least for aw Iii lo.
Tho hour for evenim; tcv ^ at thc'
churches is uosv 8.Ot) o'clock.
Prayor mooting ut tho Bnptitst ob ur oh
ovory Thursday ovoniug ut 8.00.
Player mooting at tho Mothcdtet clmrob
cvory Wednesday at 8.00 n, nt.
Tho hour for Sunday Sohool nt thc
Mell o lint ohnrolt han bouu ohauged to
4 o'clook tu tho afternoon.
MARION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS.
KOUhTJi ROUND-W.O. Powiiu.r. K.
Olio and Boniah, Beulah Oot 25,26
M0O0II & BoQuottBvillo Mill?,
MeCotl Oot 26,27
OouuottaviUo ot, ?myrna Nov 1,2
Brlghtevillo, Antlcob, Nov 2,3
North Marlboro, Oak Qrovo Nov 8
?onnctt?villo Sta, Nov 7,y
Blnuhoim ot, Bbonczer (3 30 p.m ) 9,10
Brownsville, Now Holly Nov 15,16
1 Gray Horso, 4 years old-gontlo.
1 Bty Maro, 9 years obi-gontlo.
1 Bay Mulo, doubtful i\?o-alao
go ntl c.
Oot 3, 02. J. ?I. Jackson.
fi?* For up-to-dato millinery
go to Mittlo's storo.
-? <a> ?
ALL WJDRH SAVJ3D.
"For years I suffered such un'old mis
eiy from Bronchitis," wiiios J. ll. Johns
ton, of Broughton, Ua . "ihnt often 1
was uuablo lo work. Then, when every
thing olso fuiiod, L was wholly cured by
Dr. King's New Discovery Cor Consump
lion- My wifo suffered intensely front
Asthma till it cured hor, and all our ex
pcrioucc fjoos io show it is tho best Croup
medicino in tho world." A trial will
convince you it's uurivalod for Thront
and uLn?f diseases. Guaranteed -bottles
OOo nod $1.00 Trial hollies free at J. T.
Douglas & Bro
FllEEl J3L.OOD CURE,
Wc recommend Botanic Blood Balm
(B. B. B ) tor "all blood troubles, such as
ulcers, eating sores, scrofula, eczema,
itching humors, pimples, boils, carbun
cles, blood poison, aching bones, tester
ing sores, cancer, catarrh, rheumatism.
Botanic Blood Balm cures all maliginant
blorfd or skin diseases, especially advised
tor old, deep-seated cases. It cures
when all dsc faiis, Heals every sore or
pimple, :-.\c\Ki all ?tobos and pains by
gi\ .ii lioallhX blood supply. Thor
oughly tested ?or .-je? years; Thousands
cu. .?I. At ?vb^ stoiis, ii. per huge
buttle.. (Jiu1 readers Will y?coivo ft trial
treatn\e.'it free by writing Dr. (.lill.tin,
aijl Mitchel or . Albinia, da. })?$?rib?
ii'oubl? itnd ireeluedi.cal advice given
Medicine sent at once, prepaid.
Bhattova All Hooords.
Twieo in hospital, Fi A Oulledgo, Vcr*
bena, Ala . paid a vast mm to doctora to
euroa severe case of pil?.'*, causing 24
tuiuors. When nil (ailed Bu?kl?h'x Av
nie? Salvo soon cured him. Subdues
lbiiammatiou conquers Aches, kills Pains
liest salvo in tho World, 25o at J. T.
Douglas & Bro.
Fresh milk or butter-milk can
be had nt Col. Livingston's.
Don't You Love Flowers V
Ii so, and you want sonic pretty
pots of all sizes in winch to place
them, call at the Hardware store
and you can bo suited.
FOR SALE I _.
Ono two*horro wagon Rack, cheap
Apply lo J. AI JACKSON.
Happy Timo ni Old Town.
"We tell very happy," wriles R. N.
Bevill, Cid Tomn, Va., "when Buck,
len's Arnica Salve wholly cured our
daughter ol a bad case ol scald head,"
It delights all who use it lor Cuts. Corns,
Burns, Bruises, Boils. Ulcers, Krup
tions. lntalliblc tor Pde*. Only 25c
at J. T. Douglas & Bro drug store.
Flowers 1 Flowers !
Mrs. Jno S. Moore has a line
lot of Geraniums, Begonias
Porns, Palms and other plants,
woll rooted, that she desires to
sell Cuttings ?p? per dozen,
-A BARGAIN. -
20 Horse power BOILER and
15 h. p. ENGINE for sale or will
exchango for mules.
Ayply at this oillce.
J?gT* Read every page,
Yes, read every line,
For by this gauge
It may pay for time.
SSjT1 Another lot of Flower
Pots just received at the Excel
sior Hardware Store-still nicer
and smoother than iirst lot.
Magic Yeast at W. M. ROWO'B.
Digests what you eat
It arti ile 1 ally d 1 gesta tho food and aldo
Naturo In strengthening and recon
structing tho exhausted digestivo or
gans. It is tho latest discovoreddigest
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in offlcloncy. It in
stantly roi ic ves and por manon tl y cures
Dyspepsia, Indigesti?n, Heartburn,
?mtulcnoo, Sour Stomach, Nausea.
Sick Headache, Gostralgla.Orampg?ua
all other rosults of impovfcot digestion,
lVlcotOo, andfl. r.nrgoftUocontainy ??}? timos
em nu BI ao. IlOoU ali about dy apopoiayn nifcaiifl .
Vtmra* by K. C. ?eWITT AC?-i CMiflJJQ.
To Vrsjj $3 BiipEB ron WOMEN, Most Every Shoe
Store luis i hom on hand.
There's only ono Store in Bon notts
ville though that lins
<.>(! V'- ' .. ' ff.
?:.. . v ; . a-.- -,: ft'
And that is Hero.
THE SHOE FASHIONS aro
C. M. Weatherly
r?iiy.w.'i-.v?rtfVin>miwt"7irirnrmrn iiiri?>in?iiiriKilfinin mi -i
B h av ci hivgo stock of Seasonable Hardware
vii i cl i wo il re offering cheaper than ever before.
Wc ate ManufiioUirers' agents for
ENGsi:\! BOILEl^, ?AW Mt Li ILS
<??W^ COTTON PRESSES and '
'*"~" :^'p^/^<r>vt* OOT El ii
?Y'o ?irle i? u jp p;ivo as Good prid?Jfi aiid Tenn.-- on any
i\\\?\? ni this'linc,;.>. any firm in. the $lato?
Wo carry in 9loch a inf), lino o( Brans Fittings,
?.?it?ii'^ O,,,ndo:i iiicHnliii'.'; siiicUotf down and (r?nc:l\*;
Pac?... ?, ri cook Inspirators, Loader a ?ni
M. S. T.1; ? : otors, Stoves ?f g^des
md pr icos.
We I)viv:1 n ??nrge Stock of Single and. Double
BUCO. Y iftb? WACOM HARNESS, and
H^?ll?s? Repairs, winch wc will sell al a Bargain,
WE H A VU A CAR OF One and Two Horse
WAGONB, which, we guarantee against any de
fect of mnijy^f ai,'if wori?9s?'lPi Call and learn prices.^^
W^S'ar :-\\'\\\\\, llVc celebrated '.Farmers Favorito Grain
Orlli ,U1'1 h$VP ono on exhibition at our Store. Call and
Jxamine it, (mi ive know you will be pleased with it.
WE SOU CIT YO UR TRADE and arc satisfied we can
give you saHsla?tion in both quality and price,
July 16., 11)02.
JOHN Ii MOORE 8c SONS,
- - : V<K\'SSORS TO KULLA M &MO??B., -
lanofacturiiif, f"~ "^XW^/^ ^ Wholesale
Opticians, 4v W Dealers in
1/ # i. yd. $p C3r 1 aa, ^ ? o J3 n
42 Non'.it i^o , Vf j ATLANTA, GA., Prudential Building.
T ?OUO A?) A? ?? DOUGLAS.
' J.T. DOUGLAS k BROTHER,
.-Practical Pharmacists and Dealers in
pnro p???|8 and Jpatcnt Medicines,
Va/A? awry %?C??( Stationery and School Supplies.
GKLASS and PUTTY.
^ PINK CIGARS AND TOBACCO. ^>
m- Prcsiniplions carefully compounded al all hours
and.gnaraiitecdtole of the Purest Drugs and, at
reasonable prices. ... , . u
\ full line'/??rden Seed <fc Onion Sei^y
Thankful for rast lib wal patronage the solicit aaontinuanccof same
it mm fi h ??
fcs rag ot? ?w*?*?.
A. Business Man who is not ambitious, aqtiye
and wideawake, is no benefactor to his
Country or Hi? People.
fMff Crosland is NOT ASLEpP!
MUST HAVE YOUR C?-?PliliATION !~
WHAT Will GET IT ?
Square Dealing, Honest MERCHANDISE und
I am going to Sell Goods CHEAPER THROUGH
THE MONTH OF OCTOBER than they have ever
been offered to the people ot Marlboro.
.! ////? ?un going to do,
< 'u! j.'.-icc s w ill apply to
ki cd cc ri Itt.
Space will not allow mo to cnumc:;ii
but will frivo you a few item -,
oacli nutt "very Dopu.rtinol. !
iCOO Yards Standiiril Irreale 10 ni d !.
Vp ni s VVii.t.s ti qolit kind . F eei v. '
KM) Varfjfi Pion's ii pent kind '!. .
2/500 Yard? Heavy Sheeting, yard Vi-h.- - rents. . ,
?1.000 Ya ads Best Sea Island .'"> oci.t ,
1000 Yards Flaniibtts 10 cent kind 7i cents.
500 Yards Half Wool Dry Goods 20 cent kind 7? cents.
?000 Yards Embroidery 8 and 10 cent kind 5 cents.
500 Yards Embroidery fi and 0 cent kind 8i cents,
500 Yards Embroidery lo and 20 cent kinds 10 couts.
500 YaT'cls Embroidery 35 and 50 cent kind 25 c?nts.
1000 Yards ToasloDown Outing 8i cents,
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^?^se Barkers Mill Bleaching 8 cents.
I handle nothing but iS?orth Carolina Wool Blankets
direct from ibo Mill. No middle man's profit.
12 Pair Elkin, N. O. All Wool Blankets $0 kind $4.50 .
12 Pair Elkin, N. C., All Wool Blandees $4 kind $2.98
12 Pair Elkin, N. C., All Wool Blandeta $H.50 kind $2,40 .
1 Caso Sateen Com forts Worth $2..at' $1
1 Case Cheaper Coin for ts Worth $L2o at 75 cents.
Are loo hip: lp mention. T simply have the STRONGEST
STOCK IN THU CITY'. / Have just placed another BK ?
()1M)ER Cor IMP OUTED DR USS GOODS and FJM'l
WAISTING. They will anive'ibr this Great Sal?. You
will (ind in i h e.m soin o h ig h chiss Novelties.
Jackets. Cloaks and Capes,
For the Old Ladies, (or the Young Ladies, lor the MigsosV
and for tho Dear Linio Girls I can ht and suit all.
$3500 worth of SHOES must bo
Sold by Christmas. ' Now is the chance of your life. ' Se
cure great values. Tho brands 1 carry will convince you.
The celebrated "Drew Selby" and "Zeiglcr Bros." Fine
Shoes for Ladies, stand like a stone wall against comool
itoru every where. '
We havo for Gents . '
, The famous Stotsori Shoe and^t?ie Oj(V Reliable "Foot
Glove" made by W. P. Taylor. School Shoos, School
Shoes, nd'W is tho time to get them. < '..
This Department is ono of OUR PJ0% We aro showing
the most elaborate Stock this season in the county, and wilt
set), for thc next jlOidays Millinery cheaper than competitors.
[ want to Thank tho' Ladies for their vory liheral altondnrico at our Opening
liiat week. Wo hoard a good ninny vxprc.'sions of admiration nod favor
able comments on tho Display. Wo know hom tho amount of Blinni o V
done in tho two days wo must bft\o the correct styles at right prices.
DON'T BUY YOU II HAT or BONNET until you seo Mi? WOOTKU3,
and 1 know you will bo pleased,.