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?ilice IFeat. of ?of?-t lionne.
friday.January 2, 1003
Our Town Gorvernment,
MAYOR-C. S. McCall
ALDERMEN-J. Frank Breeden. 0. E.
Exilm, John T. Douglas, W. S. Row?.
CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc
Laurin. Office open daily.
POLICE-J. H. Moore.
Marlboro County Officers.
SHERIFF-J. B. Oreen
CLERK OF CLERK--J. A. Drake
JUDGE OF PBOBATH-M. MoLaurin
CORONER--0. F. Covington
SUPEBVIBOB-M. E. Coward
SUPT. EDUCATION-W. L. Stanton
TBBABURER-J. H. Thomas
AUDITOR-E. S. Carlista
REPRESENTATIVES-J. C. Danbar, J.
0. Campbell, R. L. Freeman.
MAOISTAXES-C. D. Easterlies, T. L.
II. L. MoLaurin, McColl
John A. Calhoun. Clio.
W. J. Atkinson, Blenheim,
D. D. Stubbs, Brightsvillo, >
W. VV.Irby, Smithville.
Bmiettsoille Churo h Directory?
METHODIST-C. B. Smith, P. C.
Sunday school 3.30 p. m. Preaching at
11.00 a. m. and 7.00 p. m. Prayer mooi
iag Wednesday oveuing at 7.00 o'clock.
Superintendent Sunday school, Phil. A.
BAPTIST-Rev. Rufus Ford, Pastor,
.'dunday school at 10.00. Preaching Sun
day at 11.00 a. m., and 7.00 p. a. Prayer
noetiug Thursday evening ac 7 o'clock.
Superintendent of Sunday Behool, H. W
PRESBYTERIAL-ThiH ohureh for tho
f>re'sent is without a pastor. Prayer uioet
og on Thursday afternoon, at 4 o'clock.
Sunday sohool, at 10.00 a- m. Saperia*
tendent of sohool, J, T. Dudloy.
EPISCOPAL-BOT. O. W. Boyd, Rooter, 1
Preaohing every Bcoonc* and fourth Sunday
at ii a. m., and 7.00 p. m. Sunday
flahool at 9.30 a. m. Dr. J. ?. Faiion,
Directory of Bennettaville Lodges !
CONSOLIDATED LODGE NO. 15, K. of
P., meets every second and fourth Mon
day nights at 7.30 o'olook.
E. Powers, C. C,
G. D. Easterling, K. of R. & S.
MARLBORO L?DQE'-No. 88, meets at
BonncltavnVe\T^ffriday evening, on or be?
fore oaoh full moon at 8 o'olook.
J. F. Kinney, W. M.
J. T, Dudley, Seorotary.
a-rsRi x' tit? lt. /v
?!cf Wilie oh tho Much
Robt ?'hfl f?n; i?? -r*.
meets at ?iocou, eaou euluma. u,
noon. hpfnr<> tb? full rnorvn at A ft'oloo^
Oounty Church Directory..
Bennettsville Cireuit Appointments
REV. J. W. ARIAILL, p. c.
Firat Sunday-11a.m., Pino Grete*
3 0. m., Smyrna.
Second Sunday, li a. m. McCall.
3 p. m, Beauty Spot,
Third Sunday-ll a, m., Pine Grove,
3 p. m, Smyrna*
Fourth Sunday, ll a. m. Mt Coll.
3 p. m. Beauty Spot.
Blenheim Circuit Appointments.
REV. W. li. BAKER, T. C.
First Sunday, Hebron ll a. m.
Ebonezer 3i30 p. m.
Second Sunday, Parnassus ll a. m.
Bethlehem 3.30 p. ru'
Third Sunday, Hebron ll a.m.
Zion 3.30 p. m.
Fourth Sunday Parnassus ll a. m.
Bethlehem 3.30 p. m.
Clio Circuit Appointments.
.REV. .A T. DUNLAP, P. C.
Clio-1st and 2nd Sundays ll a. m..
3d and 4th Sundays 3.30 p. m.
Boniah -1st and 2d Sundnya 3 30 p. m.
3d and 4th Sundays ll a.m.
Sunday school ovcry Sunday 10 a. m.
THE NEW Y OR K WORLD
Thrice A Wook Edition.
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in A rnerioa.
Time has demonstrated that the Thrice
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?itimpartially, whephcr that new? be po
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In addition to news, it publishes first-1
class serial stories and other features 1
suited to the home and fireside.
The Thrice a Week World's regular
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-and this pays tor 156 papers. We otter
this unequalled newspaper and thc Dem
ocrat together one year for $1.67.
Attorney at Law and
Oflloo in Court HOURI:.
orge Douglas I ?peni
atty in Darlington
r. j. E. Gilbert of McCoU
us a pleasant call Tuesday
Mr. J. M. Braslngton has gone
Lo Chattanooga for a wcwlc
Kev. D. H. Everett of Hebron |
?a!lod to see us yesterday
Miss Bertha Brasihgtod is visi
ting friends Iii Cheraw and
Mr. J. L. Stubbs, cf Lester I
was in town Wednesday and mado |
us a pleasant call
Mr. J.' W. .McLaurin. of the
Clio section made us a pleasant
Mr. H. G. McColl of Clio
was~ in town Wednesday and
smiled on us.
Mr. 3. Edwin Gibson of Harts
ville spent the holidays with his'
parents here -
Miss Daisy Freeman is spend
ing the holidays with her sister
Mrs. B. Ii. Kee v?s in Marion
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Powers
and daughter Florence spent
Christmas in Darlington
Mr. B. E. Moore, a popular1
merchant and farmer spent]
Christmas Day at Kingtree
Mr. Lowden Miller and Miss
Lucy Green spent Christmas in
Darlington with frionds
Vf!on TTnllt? T.i-j.4 Ti_1 ? - ~
ton spent Christmas in our town
Messrs A. G. Sinclair and Dan
Pate two of Mr, C. S. McCall's
popular salesmen spent Christ
mas with relatives at Kamera
Mr?, Martha Porter and child;
re:; vj ?io li ive bi en liv ? our
to u toi n mon . bave
pi. to Florida
dilles? ri) ? i ? r.ti ,g -jook
ki m. lt?viii? I lard?
.w it C iristtn:?K with
hi . u Sly ??: mic
. :. is i ri lng, now with
tl. P'?>-?tt<?.viU? Ohsnrvor, same
d?. and spaiit Christmas day
w: his piir?ntt? and brothers
. . C ? . rley Fi; ?. ail s.-ho is
n? . r.? Mux lou *. i-Sf been
sj . :c n N dj ya ?. our com*
I red E. n : f the
|C ? .'ir . - lo /iwvuenfc*
(s- . ai . -: [ t rents
vic who has
t ic: tot some
t 3 as . ec . il y 'so .hie
mw 3 . Nor . ..?.;> s ?a
V : n lc and
?w rly town but
nc ; . :>e \ nKrdown
ai ht he hoi il /& -, >;h hts
ft\ to-.- ; ( )plnh?K
... .. iii*,', t'' ie to lose his
'. : .i. ?.wi ,jt ft COM m gin
;.. pj^'.?f -vron?:..
ii-v. (j. Vf. V S i nd Mil:)
. . ??Q Gpi'll'm v. i ??'tot*. VC
:'nrris^? ir. ih? " ]?irV;h
* VJ \y 'Vii ?'cVon,
L'jpl .. .?it.
lovdj h?rche? ?.-..'..whare
him a Kv, . o? .>t fiance
month ho will
i both g .vo hil n 'some
A ''jrresprnd? < isvilh
send??, the follow of tb?
death of an old n -
Frank Ademe, i from
here on the 23d. lok all
the yeer, and it . died
the flesh left hi id hip
bone, and hil nw undei
his arm. It waa lo and
remarkable deal) o told
during bin illnti rough
ezperionce. Ilia io day
and left a coloree cafter
things. Whe :k, oho
found Frank wit 1 hard
and fast, and thc
Christmas of 1902
For BennettBville waa all that could
be wished io the'way of peace and
quiet, and and abundance of the
good thinga for the inner man. The
accidents reported .occured elsewhere.
Tommie Moore was seriously wounded
in one foot by the accidental discharge
of hie gun. He was at Hasty. A col
ored hoy was accidently shot and kill
ed OD Mr. P. M. John's pl&cs. There
WUK ah J a cutting scrape below II unto
Going to WiiiiumRburg
Mr. Henry A. Odom, who baa
been superintending Mr. O. 8. Mc
Call's Breeden place for the last two
years, has leaned a farra near Salter's
and loft Tuesday with his family to
he ready to begin work with the new
year. Mr. H. Tart his son-ia law,
goes down with him.
FOR SALE QHEAF.
tl Sills 6X8EI$,
33 " 6x10x16 lg 19,
7 " 4x10x1$,
Dec 16, 190e. J, B. JACKBOV.
FOR SALE I
Lot of 19 percent Nitrato Soda.
For shipment during February 1903,
WELLS & EDENS,
P. O. Bom 414, 8umter, S. C.
Dec II, 1002.
A JIU i nds of holiday gppds foi
i-er ybody cnn be had at Mittle'?
I Mittle*? store wi? be head
quarters for Santa Claus.
' - Happy N?^Yeair!:': ?
*;^'Writeit 1008-nqw '
~ Next.Monday is sal?sday
- Don't forget to read the no
tice of Ibo F. M; I. A. in this
~ " ?a more, oysters
tba- ?urL?av. B?teuthis Christ
mas . fiji; . ..:>
Thi.re was not 'a person in
Bonnettsville who said it" was
not cold Friday :. <.'% s r
--The colored Masons of
Marlboro had a great time Thurs
- The illness of the editor will
account for short comings in the
Democrat, this week
Eternal vigilance and a close
watch on all strangers will go a
long ways toward checking safe
-We return thanks to Mrs. J.
F. David for a large ripe tomato
for our New year's dinner. She
wrapped her last crob in tissue
paper and packed them away.
- You member of the F. M. I.
A., read notice in this paper and
attend the meeting the second
Tuesday in January and you will
be pleased more than ever
Those "who are fond of
Cream of Wheat can find it at
W. M. Rowe's.
Seo ' that boys suit for .75c, thc
placo to see them is Mittle'e hore.
- If you want to buy a nice
borne in Eoboson county write Mr.
W. B. Burns at St. Paul's, N. C.
Mittle'? lineal tailor made suits
are the latest, the best and for the
. Just received a fresh lot
of Heclxers Buckwheat in Bulk
at W. M. Rowe's.
The litte ones enjoy seeing
Santa Clans Xmas .goods Mittie
enjoys letting thom look.
A thins of beauty is Mittle's
line of Monte Carlo coats all sizes
and colora ? pleasure to have you
inspeoi the line.
- Fresh Celery from Kalama
zoo, Michigan, can be had at J.
F. David's fancy grocery
- The new interchangable
mileage tickets of the Atlantic
Coast Line can be had for only
$25 per 1,000 miles
-. J. F. David's new Restau
rant is now open where meals
can be had in good style. Alse
oysters stewed or fried
- Special attention is asked
to the trespass notices in this
issue. Hunters will haye to be
i lion.: m ?,??? ?Hi*?iTt?~->\v. r-,
illili ?.}.. on Sw.:'. ; S? Iii: - . UA iii Hls*.i
)*r.t! u-.et? avAi t,,-,...*!.; tr- )te?n*t?*??ft?i
| Cati and ?a ikotn.
j tiri-*" -J hit roc?)ved h tregit lot bl
new crop Kniisitv?, Currants, C it.rori
rruboc, hc.i."-. Kt;;f. Ann- ai
(eic., at; W. M. Howe'?;.
NOTICE-1 HAVE REMOVED an
OFFICE TO TBE BOOMS OVEB TH!
"PLANTESB NATIONAL BANK." .
H. H. NEWTON.
Sept 1, 1902.
"Vermicella" for sale ai
W. M. Rowe's.
- If you want to buy a home ir
Red Springs, take a look at one
advertised in the Democrat this
Uso nothing but Heinz pun
white wine and cider vinegar foi
aalo by W. M. Rowe.
If you want a good smoke
try a Cubanola Cigar for sale at "
W. M. Rowe's.
?tiy Pipes and Smokers Suppli?e it
endless variety can be found at J. T
Douglas & Bro.
Just received a fresh lot of Gra
ham Flour at
W. M. Rowe's
SST* Fresh German SourKrou
at W. M. Rowe's.
ATO YOU Afflioted ?
ULOEBINA is absolutely guarauteec
to cure Ulcers, Ringworms, JC< zenia
Itch, Sores and chropie ckin diseases
Send 35 cents and get a package bj
mail. Manufactured and sold hy
R G. DOZIER, M. D.
Luroberton, N. C.
Lotten addroaatd to the following untnc<
persona ramula uncalled for At the poe
office in Bonoottavlllc :
Mon's List? t
Geo I. Sargent, Arch McLean, J
W. Walker, John Walker, W. K
Thomas, Aloxander Lamb, William
H?toy Reetb, Lillie Gilbert, Ero
Don't You Love FloworoV
. Ii so. and you want some pretty
pots of all sizes in which to pine?
them, call at the Hardware ston
and you oan be suited.
A LL persons ere hereby warned not ti
P\ traaptus upon any landa belonging ti
w.o or under tay control in Ked Bluf
township, by riding, walking, hauling cut
ting, banting or ?llowiDg atook to run a
Dec is, looa. ?. J. Hutetcoa.
Cabbage Plants for Sale.
Mrs. J. S. Liles of Brightaville
R. F. D.. 4, has florae varieties o
cabbage plants for sale at 25 conti
per 100. If you want to be earl j
set out now.
/ Tho hour for evening services at .the
ohurclios is now 7.30 o'clock. ' .: =...:. .'_".v; ;
Pray or meeting at tho Baptist church
every. Thursday evening at 7.00.
Prayer meeting- at tho Mothodl?t church
every Wednesday at 7.oo*p. ta.
Tho hour far Sunday School ab tba
Kotbodisfc church has been changed to
3 30 o'clook ?D tho afternoon.
Tho Baptist and , Mothodist Sunday
Schools both bad Christmas trees* Tho
first Thursday night and last named Friday
night-both bad Interesting eer?iooa w bioh
wnrij highly en j oyed.
There was a pleasant and enjoyable
Union servtoe at the Baptist ohuioh Sun
day night. Bev. Watson, tho new preacher
of tho Methodist church gavo his now
friends boro a sermon ou a subject not
often discussed-friendship. Bev Watson
is laking right hold of bis work and the
hearts of oar poople.
A New Enterpriso.
MeBsrs Walter Tatum and Sherwood
Liles have formed a partnership and
will conduct a general business at
Gibson N. C. Mr. J. P. Gibson of
our town will act as head salesman,
and went up 00 Monday to begiu
- According to all weather
wise prophets the winter of 1902
promises to be a rough one. Farm
ers are admonished to prepare]
protection for stock. Floods,
freshets, freezesaudsnow storms
are to be plentiful this winter.
A CAR LOAD OF HO GB for
c, s. MCCALL.
Dec 18. IQ02.
F O?X.Q ADEADLY ATTACK,
''My wife was BO ill that good physici
ans were unable to help her," writes M.
M. Austin, of Winchester, Ind., "but was
completely cured by Dr King's Now Life
PUK" They work wonders in stomach,
a jd liver troubles. Cure constipation nod
sick headache. 25o at the drug storo of
Douglas & Brother.
Our- A.jar??ch in nn n-.il..
Crayon Portraits, 45. Family Recordado
Memorials, 5o each. Picture Frames, size
10x20, 15c and up! Big catalogue froe.
FRANK W WILLIAMS & CO.
Department B. CniCAQO, III.
- See the new belts, correct
thing for good dresses. The
place to see them is where all
up-to-date goods are shown
A MIliLION VOICES.
Could hardly express the thanks of Ho
rn 3r Hall, of Wost Point, Ia. Listen why:
A severe cold had settled on his lung?,
causing a most obstinate cough Several
physicians said he had cousumtion, but
could not heln him. Wlicn ?'? .*,?...-.*-?
v.\ > .)>'?:. i- ! h? ;-.-ci. ic ih? >.r.<v"/t'.
?\..\v 1>",,r. v -\y ft'?! 'J.UV-?tlillptiqil "Oll
>vri! --- "H t itopljldj ?urfcd mc Cc sa veil,
wy .;>.. I i * v ;*.?.%!, ??7 ll-sr" ?t'? poi!-;
tl?'?*ty t;u;iraiji ee?t for t?ongn^, Colds i.n.l
!-!'.ti?' i ri'?1', ' 1 'I' -.I
OV'.I'KS tr-.: Iff. ../a. .'jr.r'as v ?10,
Tura rap?'x-i oy v.\- ftc tr*.
' M J .I-.-.o au * titi nu, nat Wt ??O ?O
say that (br Scratches, Bruises, Cuts,
Wounds Corns, Sore Feet and Stiff joints
Buoklin's Arnica Salvo is the best tn the
world. Same for Burns, Scalds. Boils,
Ulcers, Skin Eruptions and Piles. It
cures or no pay. Only 25a at Douglas &
Bro's drug store.
BAVED AT GRAVE'S BRINK,
MI know 1 would lou? ago have Leen
in'iiy grave," writes Mrs S. H. Newsom,
ol'Decal ur. Ala.. "If it had uot been for
Electric Bitters. For three years 1 suffer
d untold agony front thc worst forms of
Indieestioo, Wnterbrat-h, Stomach and
Bowel Dyspepsia. But this excellent
medicine did mc n world of good. Sineu
asian; it 1 cnn cat heartily und have gain
ed 35 pounds." For Indigestion, Loss ot
Appetite, Stomach. Liver and Kidney
doubles Electric Bitters ore a positive,
guaranteed cure. Ouly 50o at Douglas &
Bro's Drug Store.
Ouros Canoor snd Blood FolBon.
If you have blood poison producing
eruptions, pimples, ulcers, swollen glands
bumps and risings, burning itching skin,
copper-colored spots or ra.-h on thc skin,
mucous patches in mouth or throat, full
inti hair, bone pains, old rheumatism or
foul catarrh, take Botonic Blood Balm
(B. B. B.). It kills thc poison in thc
bloe.d; soon old sores, emptions heal, hard
swellings subside, aches and pains stop
and a perfect eura is uiudc of thc worst
cases of Blood Poison.
For cancers, tumors, swellings, eating
bores, ugly ulcers, persistent pimples of
all kinds, lake B. B. H. It destroys the
cancer poison in thc blood, boals cancer
of all kinds, cures thc worst humors or
uppurating ?Wellings- Thousands cured
by B. B. B. afior all else fails. B. B. B.
composed of pure botanic ingredionts.
Improves tho digestion, makes tho blood
pure and rich, stops tho awful itching and
all sharp shooting pains. Thoroughly
tested for thirty years. Druggists, $1 per
bot il.:, with complete directions for home
loire. .Sample freo and prepaid by wri
ting Blood Balm Co., Atlanta Oa. Dos?
cribo trouble and free medical advice al-o
Kent in soalcd letter. For salo at J. T.
Douglas & Bro.
Cheap Read Inp;.
Thc Democrat and thc Semi
weekly Atlanta Journal one year
The Democrat and McCall'*
Magazine-an excellent Lady'f
Book for $1.50
I have opened up a restaurant
in tho rear of my Grocery Store
where I will he prepared to servt
meals at all hours. Highest mar
ket prices paid lor country produce
Jas. F. David.
Oct M 1902.
Flowers ! Flowers !
Mrs. Jno S. Moore has a line
lot of Geraniums, Begonias
Perns, Palms and other plants
well rooted, that she desires tc
sell! Cuttings 2fm per dozen.
. i ' \
. V .
." 4? . T"?00?<M>.?
We are pleased to announce tb you that yve Have laid in a
I large rtiid complete assortment of beautiful new artietes in 'i
? SterlingAm? Flated'Siivemare,
Clitoa ami Art CJoofls,
W Cet ?lass And Lamp ?odds.
ALL of Which make Desirable and Uaoful PRESENTS, either for WEDDINGS
or HOLIDAYS. Our Slock ia so extensive and variad, and withal, to
carel'iilly solcotod, wo do not see bow wo will fail to please every
11 orson who is looking for a desirablo Present or Gift for
any one-young or old-for Wedding or Holiday.
1 CLAUS Tiffi II
*oiog to bo THE PEOPES' SANTA CLAUS THIS 8EA80N, Justas]
33 ?be inexorable laws of business will admit, by selling yon Christmas
G IVTjS of nil kinds at the lowest scale of prices known to Honest
.Irado. Wo havo made it a point to have great Vatioty in
Goods of all prices, ranging from tho merest Trifles
upward, in order that you may be able (o make
good selections, at prices you fool ablo lo pay.
Christinas and Holiday Goods.
Wc bave complete assortments in tho following lines:
FANCY GOLD, SILVER and N IO KEL WATCHES,
JEWELRY of all kinds, Chains, Pina, Rings, &cM
PLUSH and LEATHER GOODS, KINDRED NOVELTIES,
STERLING SILVER TOILET SETS, MANICURE SETS,
PICTURES, BRACKETS. BOOKS and STATIONERY,
METAL GOODS, ART CALENDARS, XMAS CARDS,
TIN and BELLOWS TOYS. TOPS, RUBBER G00C8.
WAGONS. VELOCIPEDES, TRICYCLES,
HOBBY HORSES, TIN HORSES,
DOLLS. DOLL CARRIAGES and OUTFITS.
3? ;r ? Y thus'smoothed the way for all classesJof^Buyors, by grading and at
vi'C POrlnig1 ont Stock io Mich a way ns to meet the needa of thoso who havo little,
as well as those who have much to Fpcnd. ondtbaving marked all our Goods at the
IwW?Sl i'0 .-i'-'lc* EgUTSS, TT G foe! tu?t WS d?TO?Y G^??rjp?t ?G??g?. H O plug tO Bo?
e'verj tea? cr ot our Store al an carly day,
1 ery truly yours,
BcnneUsvillo, S. C, Deo. 4. 1902.
H. W. CARROLL.
W. P, BREEDEN, Jr. MANAGER.
?L?^,olxxrxox>37' of All Kinda
AV T) GENERAL REPAIE. WORK, ^?s?>
- IM?.Vu'.a LS' AND 'A:\-W CTUREil OF
itlS ?11? ot f?ill ?
v u J A ?B IN NEED OF any kind of LUMBER, -oughl
- v i, we would be glad to have vou call at our MILL;
ie orders promptly attended to.
. . !).. .
U r$i ri
is aro hereby warned
tspass in any manner
ts belonging to the un
Marlboro county, either
riding, hauling wood or
;br"'otherwise." .- * *
W. B. Ivey,
Mrs. W; B. Ivey.
what you eat.
? digesta the food and aids
Watti engthenlng and recon*
exhausted digestive or
No other preparation
it in efllciency. It in?
eliei s and permanently cures
V p< a, idigestion, Heartburn,
XTtante.1 our Stomach, Nausea,
.?, Gao t ral g la, Cramps and
s of imperf ect digestion.
Largo lisa containa VA timos
c. DO WITT ac?. Chico a o
d to FIFTY
S A YEAR
AV V V ?
thc cheapest and best
:i /.ins now be
e;?c:i:i public, ll shows
.i )':I?.! ?LX-S. hi Millinery,
id ir y. hi Cooking, in
Vor?, a: d lu Reading;
illustrated In colors and
d while. AIMVC all, it
ir/ f?sUc-u?blc Nt-.w IDKA
dj iron. NL'V ta KA PAT
:h coal only lOc. each.
ive Cents To-day
,>yof Ilia New IL'KAWOMAN'S
lid tod vl-ii croat vatua
1 lt ran elvo yoy. :: :: .".
insA rumien mo co.
ray, Hi? York, H. Y.
'.DA lt lt ED PLYMOUTH ROCKS;
Aro tho Farmer's Favorito, The Poultry
man's Choleo-in fact thoy aro tba
Pride of tho Poultry World I
Why not raise Thoroughbred Fowl o ia?
etoad of Scrubs? I can soil you cholea
Eggs from genuine thoroughbred B. P. H's
of the colebrated "HawkiuB," "Miles'1 and
''Vandobilt" strains, and remember that it
is just as easy to rai H o a to lb. Plymouth
Rook as it ia a baby Bantam or a Frlzity
Sarub. $t for Setitag of 15 Eggs.
$1*75 for two settings 30 eggs.
E. 0. NEWTON, Tatum, S. 0.
. Attorney at Law,
Bonnottsvillo, S. 0. ,
Office on Darlington flt rc ct near Posta
Telegraph office. January, J899.
. TRESPASS NOTICE,
A LL persona aro hereby warned not to I
' f\ Trespaas on any uf oar lands lu Hebron j
Township, either by walking, riding, haul
ing, bunting, tishing, or allowing any stock I
to run at largo upon any of the lands ot |
W. J. Covington,
H. K. Covington,
Mrs. W. J, Covington,
Sop to mb er 22d, 1902.
BARCAS N. -
power BOILER and
15 h GINE for sale or will
typly at this office.
ALL persons are hereby warned not to
trespass in any mannor-by walking,
riding hauling or hunting-upon any of
tho lands bolonging lo cither of tho Up?
designed in Marlboro couniv.
D. P. McQuaigo.
J. L. Covington*
WARNING NOTI?ff !
ALL persons are horeby warned not to |
tretpaaa on any of my landa ia Marl
boro county, either by walking, riding,
hauling, huotlng or othorwioo. <
Nov. otb, 1902. .. pn.w<*? MeOot*,
tween the ages of 21 an?^O&?'
erl and unable to earu a \'/:.v :
The Auditor or au ABSU?? i?\Mk)?
the uounty on the days ni^vpK
Red Hill-Coxe's Store, "W>*
Red Hill-Bl?nheim, %
Brownsville-Bristow's Old ?
Red Bluff-Bluff Mills,
A Few; ;Al?u\ifacturcrs W?X? &
LE?K? ' OUT ?S A SC?ITOAX..
january lOth iota
January goth .'1008
Jd?uary 2l?fc 1003 '
January 22d. 1003
January 23rd 10u3
My office in Bennettsville will be ^en during the time preseri
bed by law, ?rom January 1st to February 20th 1903, where par
ties in Bannettsville and those who fail to Keturn at the above
named places can be accommodated. '
E. S. CARLISLE, Go. Auditor.
E have a large block of Seasonable Hardware
which wo are offering cheaper tuan ever beforo.
We are Manufacturers' agents for
ENGINES, BQII42RS, SAW M?LI?IS .
[ .GINS, COTTON F BESSIES and
We are in position to give asiUood Prices and Terms on any
thing in this line as any orin ia the state.
We carry in stock a tull linc ot Brass Fittings,
Belting? all grades including stiltohed down and Gandy,
Packing, Hancock Inspirators, Leader and
i/L. S. Injectors, ?toy?s||alf sizes^^rides
We h?ve a Largo stock of Single and Double
BUGGY- arid HARNESS?' ?nd
Harness Bex; ?$) ff}} ?:[ $ Bargain.
WE HATS '\ a:.vd. r^-?^r^^^ ?
FAi-f'?HB, w . . "M::..J. 90$$
feet of-mrttcrii : and .?ll and learn 'tiners;,'
?Vc aro'seiimtr tili _
gjp?|? and liiLve Uv UH exmomon at our store.- (JaU'anff
examine it, and we know vou-will be'pleased with it;
WE SOLICIT YOUR Ttt ADE and are satislied we can
give you satisfaction ii: both quality and price,
fe &&Q c-..'.-.'.'
July 16, 1902.
JOHN IL MOOBI! & SONS,
suci i"ssoB??> io Ki.r.r.AV A.MOORE., -
3F"i -aa. cs O,- lasses. .<
42 NORTH BROAD Sr.. ATLANTA, GA., .Prudential Building
J. T. DOUGLAS.
A. O. DOUGLAS.
jm DOUGLAS & BROTLia-H?!
-Practical Pharmacists anil Dealers in -
ure Honigs and patent Jjjj[[ddieines,
Plain and Fancy Stationery and School Supplies.
9 ViA?J v VUkOAAOiULf,
G-LASS and 'PUTTY.
FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours
and guaranteed to be of the Purest Drugs and at
A full line Garden Seed & Onion Sets.
Thankful for past liberal patronage we solicit a continuanceof same
January 1, 1002.
I offer for sale a tract of tarming land
situated about one mile from Blenheim,
containing II6 acres-loo cleared ahd
in high state ot cultivation. This is thc
subdivision of the Spark estate bloted
to Samuel Sparks. The property is de
sirable and will be sold on easy terms to
a responsible party. Apply to
JULIUS T. DUDLEY.
Attorney tor Sam'l Sparks,
Rennettsville, 8. C., Nov| i8,.'oa# .
AT THIS OX.D STANS.
WHEN in town, and yon want a good
meal, remember we caa Borve y o ti,
\. A good racn\ for , 250. Rcataurau
' ^orth of tho Market.
^ \ D. J. BOVBOY.
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Forby this ?.n