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I aMl!OTSYILLB,-sS. 0.
S ; WY S. A. RBOWK A CO,
O/tfte ?Vt .irar?on Street Opjwaite
Fridav, February 27. I?03
Our '.'own Gorvernment.
MAYOU- 1\ A. Hodges
.V OKi-.MKX-J. Frank Breeden, 0. E.
Exurh, Joh? T. Douglas, W. 8. Row?.
CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc
laurin. Olivce open daily.
; POLICE-H. S. Quick, G. B. Barrett
Aha lloro County Officers.
FHK?UKK J. B. Groan ,
0i ERK av CLERK-J. A. Drake
,tti lUE cn PROBATE-M. MoLaurin
!%. ::; -C. F. Covington
Suf?i " .ou-M. E. Coward
roATlON-Wi L. Stanton
a.-J. H. ThomaH
-Ohas. I. Sherrill.
-Chas. 8, HsCall.
srATiVES-D. D. MoColl, Jr.
; L\-A a a-, h, Welcome Quick.
M A M. I VIES-O. D. Eastorling, T. L.
Jr island iienncttsville,
i i ? i . oLautiu, MoColl
John A. Calhoun. Clio,
" 1 atkinson, Blenheim,
Di D "abbs, Bright H ville,
Wi W. irby, Smithville.
. s ville Church Directory.
U: t8T-A. B. Watson, P. C.
Bun?! iv jool 3 30 p- m. Preaching at
li. 00 ; ,and7.00?.m. Prayer moot
ing Y> .aday evemng at 7.00 o'clock.
lip ' - ir ident Sunday Behool, Phil. A.
B?1? -Rev. Rufus Ford, Pastor.
' . vihool at 10.00. Preaching 8un?
?'-ry r : : 0 a. m., and 7.00p.m. Prayer
RI hursday evening at 7 o'clock.
ide nt of Sunday school? H. W
TERIAN-This churoh for the
without a pastor. Prayormoet
lursday afternoon, at 4 o'clock,
hool, at 10.00 a. m. Suporin
? school, J. T. Dudley.
>AL-Rev. G. W. Boyd, Beotor,
every second and fourth Sunday
n., and 7.00 p. m. Sunday
g.30 a. m. Dr. J. A. Faiaon,
. y of Bennettsville Lodges
IIUATED LODGE No. 15, K. of
every second and fourth Mon
s at 7.30 o'olock.
E. Powers, C. C.
iastcrling, K? of R. & 8.
ORO LODGE No. 88, meeta at
i He. Friday evening, on or bo?
tW full moon at 8 o'clock.
J. T Kinney W. M.
?ty Masoni o Directo
URO ClIAi'j . "? .AO. SQ Iii A.
M. , : . 3 at Bcnncttsvuio ou this nccuu?
Robt Chaffin, H. P.
i Stockton, Secretary.
A LODGE NO. 43, A. F. M.,
MoColl, each Saturday after*1
' )rc the full moon,at 4 o'olock.
A LODOE No. 33, A. F. M.,
Clio, Saturday on or after each
at 3 o'olock, p. m.
J. T. Stanton, W. M.
ri Parish, Secretary.
itnty Church Directory,
itsville Circuit Appointments
V. J. W. ARIAILL, P. C.
Sunday-ll a. m., Pino Grove'
3 p. m., Smyrna.
1 Sunday, ll a.m. McColl.
3 p. m, Beauty Spot.
Sunday-ll a. m., Pine Grove,
y 3 p. m, Smyrna.
. .t-eroanday, ll a.m. McColl,
3 p. m. Beauty Spot.
.heirn Circuit Appointments.
:EV. "W. B. BAKER P. C.
Sunday, Hebron ll a. m:
Ebenezer 3.30 p. m.
id Sunday, Parnassus ll a. m.
Bethlehem 3.30 p. m*
1 Sunday, Hebron ll a. m.
Zion 3.30 p. m.
th Sunday Parnassus II a. m.
Bethlehem 3.30 p. m.
Clio Circuit Appointments.
EV. .A T. DUNLAP, P. C.
-1st and 2od Sundays ll a. m.,
3d and 4th Sundava 3..'10 p. m.
ah -1st and 2d Sundays 3 30 p. m.
3d and 4th Sundays 11 a, m.
lay Echool overy Sunday 10 a: m.
NEW YORK WORLD
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addition to news, it publishes first
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his pays lor 156 papers. We oiler
nequallcd newspaper and the Dem
together one year for $1.67.
Attorney at Law and
leo in Conrt House.
Ave You Afflicted ?
(.CERINA is absolutely guaranteed
ure Ulcers, Ringworms, Eczema,
Sores and chronic skin diseases,
cents and get a package by
Manufactured and sold by
R. G. DOZIER, M. D.
Luruborton, N, C.
Rev.'John M tinning Wits on our
Miss Pattie Eas toiling spent
Tuesday at MoColl .
Mr. D. P. McQualge a staunch
farmer of Hebron called Friday
to swap news
Mr. James McDauiel of Beauty
Spot called Saturday. No news
Mr. J. T. Donalson of Parnas
sus was up Tuesday and made us
* pleasant call
Mr. M. Mittle has returned
from the northern markets. Look
out for the news next week
Mrs. J. O Harden left Wednes
day to visit her sick sister Mrs.
Silas Bounds at Florence. fi
Mr. James W. Stanton of Clio
waa up Monday and made us a
pleasant call. No special news.
Mr. J T. Bundy the faithful
superintendent of Bethel Sunday
School was down Saturday and
Mr. H. C. Cottingham, a hust
ling farmer of Smithville drop
ped in tc see us Fridav. No spec
Mr. J. T. Whittaker 4?a live at
home" farmer of Parnassus was
up Saturhay with some choice
Senator McCall and Represen
tatives McColl, Bunch and Quick
got home Saturday night from
Mrs. Annie Wallace Graham
of Florence, has been spending
i few days with her parents Mr.
and Mrs. T. G. Wallace
Mr. Frank Rogers, who has
DO 3ii suffering with rheumatism,
left Wednesday morning for Hot
Mr. Hampton McIntyre, the
champion raiser of choice pit
game fowls, was in Saturday and
called to wish us good luck
Mr. Cliff Crosland has been
gone to the northesn markets for
a week looking up spring and
summer goods for tho ladies
Mrs. Luther McLaurin of Mc
Coll who has' been visiting her
mother Mrs. Covington near
Rockingham, has returned home
Mr. David MRI te, who has been
filling the place of his brother
Meyer while away in New York,
returned to Beaufort Tuesday
Prof Toms - of the Graded
School got the sad news Sunday
morning of the death cf his
mother, and started for home
Mr. Charley Maynard of Max
ton came down Monday night
and spent a part of Tuesday. He
i^nim.i better that? bf? dirl when
lie moved ar, tea years ago
. M?v. I'ictr.:! v B;tr.r?3 :>'f 0?
Mb?dll, was down Monda? and
called. He is delighted with Mc
Cc'-M, but mu; ann e ?-j viii to .(Van
netleyiiie li lie gcisa&ood house
DR. W. H. WAKEPIED of Char
lotte, N. C.. will be in Bennetts
ville at The Adams House on Fri
day March 6th for one day only
His practice is limited to Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat
Messrs G. H. Powell and J.
Liebman went over to Bennetts
ville Wednesday to "take ade
gree" in masonry. Mr. Liebman
says he "rode the goat" all right
but is awful sore to day-and we
know he is for he had to walk
the Seaboard trestle to get back
home because of. the freshet in
Pee Dee-Cheraw Chronicle 19.
.My s to rio us Ckcuoiita&oe.
One waa pala and sallow and the other
iresb and rosy. Whence th? difference?
3be who 1B blushing with health uar.o Dr.
fting'f) New Life Pilli to maintain it. By
jontly arousing tho lasy organs they cora
bel good digestion and head off constipa
lion. Try them. Only ascents, at J, T.
Douglas & Bro Druggist:
Good Green Coffre 8? to 12 J at
VV. M. Rowe's.
- Don't forget that tho time
'or paying Road Tax expires Sat
jrday. If you wish to save trou
)le with overseers, burry up.
Fresh mince meat and ap
ile butter at W. M. Rowe's.
JJ?* Cheeae Sandwich at
W. M. Rowe's.
it is exceptional to find a family
'herc there are no domestic ruptures
ccasionally, but there can bc lessened
y having Dr. King's New Life Pills
round. Much trouble they tave by
icir great work in Stomach and Liver
-oubles. They not only relieve you, but
ure. 25c, at Drug Store,
A full line of H. J. Heine's Co,,
'icldes Preserves, Ketchups, Sau
28, JellioD &c. at
'OR SALS CHEAP.
II Billa 6x8x16,
23 " 6x10x161819,
7 " 4x10x16,
Doo 16, 1902. J. M. JACxftOH.
Lowney,8 Candy for sale at
W. M Rowe's.
FOR SAJLS i
Lot of 10 percent Nitrate Soda,
'or shipment during February 1903.
WKLLS(A En a NB,
P. O. Box 414 Sumter, S. C.
Dec. Il, 1002. ||
TOWN ANJO COUNTY NEWS.
-New, moon this morning
||r- Next Monday is salesday '
- Corn planting comes next'
- Come out next Monday and
see the exhibits
- The Legislature adjourned
on Saturday at 2.14 p. m.
- They say a new comet will
be visable to the naked eye soon.
- Our "Clio.Letter" roached
us too late for this week, owing
to delayed freight train
-Three colored gamblers were
before the Mayor Tuesday-con -
j tributions to the treasury $13
- Special attention is asked
I to the ordinance forbidding tho
sale of shipped fish on the street
- Grace the popular barber
who has been very sick for two
weeks, is back at his post but is
- An operativo at the Oil Mill
got his arm caught in the ma
chinery Saturday morning and
had it broken in three places.
"WlsiT JP11? 2^ cent9 a hundred
ff foreabbage plants? you
can get them at 15cts as long as
they last from C. H. M. Quick.
- John White, a colored ladjof
14 or 16 years was before Squire
Easterling Saturday for drawing
a gun on a little white boy. His
Honor sent his case up and tho
lad to jail
j Jess Reese's fine horse
smashed his buggy Sunday after-,
noon. He was being driven by
Rasher Mc Coll uni, who was
thrown out of the buggy as it
went crushing against the pal
ings on the sidewalk by Mrs.
Hall's residence on King street
Blue Ribbon Extracts 10 & 25
cents at W. M. Rowe's.
Those who are foud of
Cream of Wheat can find it at
W. M. Rowe's.
- Special attention is asked to
the supplement to the Supply
Ordinance, which appears in this
Royal Baking Powders at
W. M. Rowe's.
- If you want to buy a nice
home in Robason county write Mr*
W. B. Burns at St. Paul's, N. C.
- An examination of teachers
for the public schools takes piuco
on the 20th
NOTICE-1 HAVE REMOVED MY
OFFICE TO THE BOOMS OVER THE
"PLANTERS NATIONAL BANK."
H. H. NEWTON.
Sept 1, 1902.
If you want a good smoke
try a Cuba nola Cigar for Bale at
Pippinen rm ? Srn',1-i?-''Q,:pp1?Ps'ri
etidiciis variety oi?n .>?.? found, u l .7. 'I
'? Dowlas fi Birb;
! There l',t\) bc a '.Oin . Kw i in;;
at resilience oi Mr. una Aii'? I.
A. Hodges on Thursday evening
next, Maroh 5th, for the benefit
of the Methodist church. The
public cordially invited.
Quite a crowd assembled at the
Baptist church on Thursday eve
ning last to greet Dr. John H.
Eager, agent for the Southern
Baptist Theological Seminary nt
Louisville, Ky., who was to de
liver a lecture on Italy, and what
he saw during his 16 years stay in
that country as a missionary, but
alas, the abominable delays de
lay o on thc Railroad spoilt the
program and the lecture too.
Escaped an Awful Fate.
Mr. H. Hagging of Melbourno Fla.,
writes, "My doctor told me I had Con
sumption and nothing could bc dono for
me. I waa given up to die. Thc offer of
a free trial bottle of Dr. K?UJ'B New Dis
covery for Consumption induced me to try
it. Renn lt? were startling. I am now ou
tho road to recovery and owe all to Dr.
King's New Diecovoiy. It hurdy saved my
life." This great onre is gaarautce! for
oil throat and lung diseases by J. T.
Douglas & Bro Druggists Price 50e and
$1.00. Trial bottles free.
Nearly Forfeits His Life.
A runaway almost ending fatally, started
? horrible ulcer on the leg of J. li. Omer,
Frioklin Grove, III. For fonr years it de
fied ell doctors and all romedica. But
Ancklen't Arnica Salve hud na trouble to
onto bim. Eqally good for DurnB, Brnises
Bhin Emptions and Pilos. 25c at J. T.
Douglas & Bro Drug Store.
Letters addressed to the following named
larsons remain uncalled for ,at the poet
amos in Beanettaville :
John Kelley, Caldwell McBae, Ras
McDaniel, H. It. McQueen, Elias
Medlin, Sandy Jowers, 1). P. Leslie;
Alonzo Saliera, Hampton Sanders,
FlowejB Sanders, W. B. Swann, T.
L. Ainsworth, Thomas Driggcrs, W.
P. Driggers, Willie Frasier, Charlie
Worn CD'A Lisi.
Hallie Humphry, Eleanor Humes,
Sallie Hill, Esther Thomas, Bertha
OTICB is hereby given that the ellice ix
open for tho purpose of registering tho
mahned voters of the Town cf Beaaofcts
dllo aud will be opon every Saturday at
bo Probate Jndga's ofilco io Court House,
'10m io a. m., to 4 p. m., until ono week
mfnrn the next general election in April
lest. Requisites, 3 years Io the State, 1
rear in tho oonnty and 4 months in tho
Down, and all taxes paid, and exemptions
'tom certain offences.
H. S. QUICK
Town Supervisor Itoglstration.
Bonnettsvllle, January 14, 1903.
Rev. Banyan McLeod will preach
at the Presbyterian church pest Bun?
day rooming and night.
Bishop Ellison Caporn is expected to visit
St Faurs church on Friday evening the 13th
of March aud will conduct services at 8
o'clock on that day.
Boy. E. P. Taylor oar new P. E , held
bia first quarterly conforenoo for Beano tts
ville ot, at Smyrna Saturday and Sunday,
On Sunday afternoon ho preached at
Beauty Spot and at night at H0O0II. Tho
people, of hts new charge ere beginning to
Tho hour for evening services at the
churches is now 7.30 o'clock.
Prayer meeting at the Baptist oharoh
every Thursday evening at 7.00.
Prayer meeting at the Methodist church
every Wednesday at 7.00 p. m.
The hoar for Sunday School at the
Methodist church bas been changed to
3 jo o'dook in the afternoon.
MARION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS.
FIRST BOUND-E. P, TAYLOII, P. B,
Olio and Beulah Cito, Feb 15,16
McColI ct nod Mille, MoOoll, night, Feb 20
Bonnottsvillo ot, Smyrna Feb 21,22
BrlgbtBville, Boykln, Fob 28, match 1
North Marlboro, Ebenezer 3} p. m. mob i
BennettavUle Sta, (night) march 13,14
M0O0I) & Bennettsville Mills,
Shiloh, march 14,15
Blenheim ot, Parnassus, marah 21,22
Brownsville, Bethlehem, (3 30 p.m ) 22,23
Governor Heyward has issued
a requisition on the Governor of
North Carolina for Sara Watkins,
colored, who committed a murder
near Tatum in 1891. Sam was re
cently located in Wilmington, and
Sheriff Green has been at work to
get him back in time for the next
Later-Sheriff Green left Tues
day night for Raleigh for papers
and will then go to Wilmington
for him. He was expected home
Wait ted a Traveling Sftlesuiau
To work retail trade in this and four
adjoining counties. Good Bilary and per
uiuncnt position to right maa. Address
with references, Lock Box 167, Bedford
A Marvelous Invention.
Wonders never cesse. A machine
has been invented that will cut, paste
and hang wall paper. The field ot in
ventions and discoveries seems to be
unlimited. Notable among great discov
eries is Dr. King's Mew Discovery lor
Consumption, lt has done a world ot
good for weak lungs and saved many
a Ute. Thousand have used it and con?
quered Grip, Bronchitis' Pneumonia,
and Consumption. Their general ver
dict is: " It's the best and most relia
ble medicine for throat and lung troub
les- Every 50c and $1 00 bottle is guan?
--.rr-! bv J. T T>r.:c;!rr gr. V,~> Int,.;,
j; ist. Triai bvUhvs lice.
Trh'd To Cotieoa? lt.
d's thc ojil story 61 rtiurd-ir will i>ut;'
?.??'.j in this case tree's no .crimtj.
A woman teels run down, has back
ache or dyspepsia and thanks it's noth
ing and tries to hide it until she finally
breaks down. Don't deceive yourself.
Take Electric Bitters at once. It has a
reputation for curing Stomach, Liver
and Kidney troubles and will rtvivily
your whole system. The worst iorms of
those maladies will quickly yield to the
curative power ol Electric Bitters. Unly
50c, and guaranteed by Druggist,
Don't You Love Flowers*/
It so, aud you want some pretty
pots of all sizes in which to place
them, call at tho Hardware store
and you can he suited.
Itettcr Than Gold
.'I wu8 troubled for several yaua with
chronic ?udigestion and nervous debility,''
writes F. J. Oreen; of Lancaster, N. H.
'"No remedy helped until I began using
Electric Bitters, which did me more good
Mian all tho medicino I over used They
have nlso kept roy wife In excellent health
for j cars. She says Elootrtc Bittern aro
just rpleDdid for female troubles; that thoy
aro a grand tonio and invigorator for weak
run down women . No other medicine can
take ifs place in oar tamily." Try them.
Only 50c. Satisfaction guaranteed by J
T. Douglas & Bro.
OuroB Canoor and Blood Poison.
If you have blood poison producing
eruptions, pimples, ulcers, swollen glands
bumps and risings, burning, itching skin,
ioppcr?colorcd spots or rash on the skin,
mucous patches in mouth or throat, full
infi hair, bono pains, old rhoumatisru or
[bul catarrh, take Botonio Blood Balm
[B. B. H.). It kills tho poison in thc
blond; soou old sores, eruptions heal, hard
swellings subside, aches and pains stop
md a perfect cure is made of the worst
jases of Blood Poison.
For cancers, tumors, swellings, eating
bores, ugly ulcers, persistent pimples ol
fill kinds, take B. B. H. It destroys thc
Dancer poison in thc blood, heals cancer
jf all kinds, cures tho worst humors or
suppurating swellings- Thousands cured
by B, B. B. after all else fails. B. B. B.
'.omposed of pure botanic ingredients,
improves thc digestion, makes thc blood
pure and rich, stops thc awful itching and
ill sharp shooting pains. Thoroughly
:oided lor thirty roars, Druggists, $1 per
bottle, with completo di reu lion s for home
jure. Sample I'roo and prepaid by wri- |
inc Blood Balm Co., Atlanta Qa. Des?- i
?ribo trouble and free medical advice al-o
.ont in sealed letter. For solo ot J. T.
Douglas & Bro
'J heap Reading.
Thc Pcmoorat and tho Semi*
vvcekly Atlanta Journal one year
Thc Democrat and McCall's
Maga Kine-an excellent lindy's
Book for 8J.50
Flowers 1 Flowers !
Mrs. Jno S. Moore has a fine
ot of Geraniums, Begonias i
Perns, Palms and other plants,
veil rooted, that she desires foi
jell Cuttings 25c per dozen.
y ??jr }N THE. OVEN.
IlOilftlte iiiiUci .'. .Oetcrmlno It br
aiovti TonoU of the Hnnd.
"^Bakers have v curious way of tell
ing" -juatwhat tho, temperature of tho
oven isy? ?iW a baker who baa been In
tho business for moro than a quarter
of ;a ceiitury, "and they can tell, too,
wtjh ajuiout marvelous accuracy. You
torie a. maa who la an expert In the
business^,'and be can tell what the tem
peraturu of tho oven la by simply
touching the handle of the oven door.
In'j niue caces out of ten he will-not
nil?s IL to the fraction of a degree.
Bap-re have ether ways, of course, of
testing tho beat of the oven. For In
stance, when baking bread they" some
t?ales throw a pince of white paper in
to ll?? oven, and If it turns.brown the
oven i?= uv the proper temperature, or,
when baiting other things, they will
thri.w a little cornmeal flour Into the
oven lu order to test the heat. But
the' bakers lingera are the boat gauge,
nm when you come to think of the dlf
fer itt temperatures required In bak
ing! different things lt ls no small
ad levement to even approximate tho
hoa^t of the oven hy touching tho han
dlejo?" the oven door.
"Bakers figuro that during the rising
time of ? loaf of bread, after it has
reen placed iii thc oven, it ought to be
ta a, temperature o? 75 degrees F. Dur
lngit?c baking proeeBB, in order to cook
the' starch, expand tue carbonic acid
gasj air aim steam and drive off the al
cohol, the tUBtde of the loaf must reg
ister nt ?e?i?t 22? degrees. In baking
rolli, buns, dcouue', tea biscuits, drop
carat, fanfcy cukeii, New York cakes,
muflios, pull criV 'K and things of that
Born thc oven m?ni show a heat of 450
degf . . or higher. When the oven ls
Qt 400 degrees, ?t U flt for cream puffs,
sugar caUf .-?. M neon cakes, rock cakes,
Jumbl Indy fin, -'i's, rough and ready
and jelly rolls. 850 degrees wine
cakes, cup oakes, ginger nuts and
snap?, i ?! PP. yingcrbread,' spice cakes,
such* ns.rnlsin, oin rant, citron, pound,
bride and BO Oh, .oay bo baked. It
requires r- etti I lower temperature to
bnko w< ?ding calicsj klsseB, anise drops
and things hi '.his class. But, what
evcrlt?uipor?ture the old baker wanta,
he cnn toll whou ho has lt by simply
toucl ''?" ' * V >|of the oven door."
(> :? O' OKBOOK.
.-. - the
ha ncc a
i; Vi ii I gr
BOOn ?d itu,
W t y o '?? i!
* trav?? r !...?
Japon toU'/' sc
Lo iliiit country
"A d'vorc tiri . ii
lio day before en
i of the coffee into
towed or preserved
ivfll fmprove a tap
ulckly add a nmnll
ie water in which
ls will Improve tho
cs from becoming
pan from thc Are
ig is being stirred
: tho pan back on
free benns left to
' m white of an egg
g a delicate green,
re removed and the
lod for thc icing,
? baked too brown
been blackened in
jot, do not attempt
>: with a knife. As
, aro cold go over
;ei t'.;. iro??r?c<?. ' . i
vu tire c\-. ?' ? I .; ti
eoht'?i'?iug <-li>i .'.
c burt ?ri the ?1 a;ii]
eu ut tu
. i,.si?v? tn
!. Ai !? f?-.
' girls :-. .
. . ' wh
"ii lue uusuauu i
raaclo?s.' Yet in
; tii.-e lu Japan I have [
vho discarded his
let with a family
- lated, nor have 1
(band treating his
ilthough tho samo
6on's wife a mere
il rule, the appcac
omen tcstiflcs of a
ot always found in
their sisters have
UB of happiness."
I ?-* ? ;
of u Trillo.
thc celebrated Eng
.irlck Robertson, oe
;- singular passage:
'B a certain person,
>Q given up soldier'
minister; If I hud
lady, I never should
person; if my dog
. that lady's invalid
ver should hnvo met
.Lieu, that if my dog
on that particular
v be In the dragoons
soil of India."
i ?lie Gnriloii,
i for fashionable nov
it modern existence
is from enjoying our
grandparents used to
i allow our hired gav
thence all thc slmplo
our futhcrs loved and
uc9 which wore fumll
v pleated Eleanor looks
; she's either had a pro
?au has sent her a box
; that. Ever notice lt?'
a man's down lt's nil
who can stand prosperity
mildred that will stund
by many a man enduring
mtal Cuts, Wounds, Bru
aids Sore feet or still joints
o need lor it. JJucklen'
Arill kill the pain and cure
s thc best Salve on earth
25c, at Druggist.
I AL NOTICE.
lnufacturing To ?A ceo
us before buying. We
P. A. HODQESi
;own and yoa wnnt a good
.ember wo caa servo you,
lal for ajo. Restaurant
-D, J. BBAYBOY,
Co Prevent leaving or Putting
on stree ts, puclio square ana
ways of the town of Bennetts
-ville any maohinery, agricul
tural implements, paper or
rubbish of any lund.
Be It Oidatncd by tho Mayor and Al
lermoQ of tho town of Bennotiavillo, in
ounoll assembled, nod by authority of tho
ame : That any person, Arm or corpora1
lon who shall or may after thia date throw
on voy or lcavo on the streets, public aqaaro
iud wayo ol'the Town of Bennettsville
aachlnery, agricultural imple menta, bug
les, wagons of any kind, paper or rubbish
>nd trash ct any and every kind, shall be
[corned guilty of a misdemeanor and upon
onviotion Bhall be fined not less than Two
lor moto than One Hundred Dollars, or bo
mpri?oned not less than Mvo days or more
han 30 days.
Done and ratified in Council the 13th day
if Fobruary A. D., 1903.
P. ?. HODGES, Mayor
section 6 of Supply Ordinance!
:o raise supplies for year ending
kpril 1903, as amended so as to
SECTION G That any porson soiling
ir offering for salo any fresh moats, mut^
on, beef, pork, goat or Bah shipped by
express or freight in tho eorporato limits I
?f the Town of Bennottavillo, (except |
within thc Maikct U<v?s? Stalls) shall
ony a tax of $30 per annum before offer?
iog tho sime. Any person violatirgj
this section shall bc fined live dollars for
jach offence, or bo imprisoned not more I
lian 30 doya, at discretion-of Mayor or
Jouncil trying samo. This Ordinance
shall not apply to persons selling not less
.hun a quarter of beef, mutton, pork or
By ordor of tho council
MILTON MOLAURIN, Cleric.
ALL persons are hereby warned
not to trespass iu any manner
jpon any lands belonging to the un
lersigned in Marlboro county, either
by walking, riding, hauling wood or
straw, hunting or otherwise.
W. B. Ivey,
Mrs. Wi B. Ivey.
Oct li 1802. .
"BARKED PLYMOUTH BOCKS,
Ire the Farmer's Favorito, Tho Poultry
man's Cholee-in fact they aro tho
Wt? nf' r.v'AC Tho nrighbred lfoivbi . .- j
....>?'.' t'? ??.-t.it.- t ' j cnn zcitl you chinbi
tr .? i:e.ayttt? thornutridlr?cl B. !?. iv Vj
if Ct 0 ?, ll v?-J .:! iv. ....!. i, - -Ijltl.u j jv" I
.'? Hidoluit" inp, ti?d rciiic'ubor that ii]
lock as it is a baby Bantam or a Frizzly
Icrub. $1 for Selim;? of 15 Eggs.
$175 for two settings 30 eggs.
E. 0. NEWTON, Tatum, S. 0.
. Attorney at Law.
BcnncttBville, 8. 0.
Omeo on Darlington street near Posta'
telegraph office. January, 1899.
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests tho food and aida
Nature in strengthening aud recon
itructing the exhausted digestive or'
mus. lt ls tho latest discovered digest
int and tonic. No other preparation
:an approach it in efficiency. It in
itantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence? Sour Stomach, Nausea,
sick Headache, Gastralgia.Crampsand
di other results of imperfect digestion,
frico50c. and tl. Large size contains Z}i timm
mull size. Doole all aboutdyspopsiamttlledtret
Prepared by E. C. Da WITT ACO., Chicano.
ILL persons arc hereby warned not to]
trespass in any manner-by walking. I
?ding hauling or hunting-upon any of]
bo lands belonging to oither of tho um
orsignod in Marlboro counlv.
D. Pi McQuaigo,
* Robert Spoars,
J. L? Covington.
Reduced to FIFT'
CENTS A YEAR;'
'T'HIS is ihc cheapest and best
* Fashion Magizlno now be
fore thc American public. 11 shows
New Id'^as ? l'as! ioi..-,, in Millinery,
in Embroidery, iii Cooking, in
Woman's Work at.d In Reading;
beautifully Illustrated ia colors and
in black and while. Above all, it
shows the very fashionable NKW IDEA
STYLES, inadj from Ntw IDEA PAT
TERNS, wliiclr cost only /Oe. each.
Send Five Cents To-day
forailncle copy of thu N.-w IOUA WOMAN'S
MAOAZUIK, ami see wlmt cioal vatua
for tho money lt ran \.\io you. " :: n
TBS HEW IDEA rUBtlSHINO 00.
. SS Broadway, New York, N. T.
WARNINCH NOTICE !
ILL persons aro hornby warned not to
\ trespass on any of my ianda in Marl
oro county, oithor by walking, riding,
anting, bunting or othorwtBO.
Nov. 9th looa. DUDT.RY McCoi.l,,
TO HIS FRIENDS.
DEAR FRIENDS, O?tf? AND ALL,
Opening bf the nicest
For THE BLUE STORE
to find the Freshest and- v
We carry a choice line of
You are invited to my
Stock I have handled yet
on Marion Street is the place
Best line GROCERIES in town.
HAMS, BACON, BUTTER, FLOUR" LARD, SUGAR AND
COFFEE, BANNED GOODS, PICKLES, SAUCES,
CATSUPS TOO. And lots pf Dainties to please you.
With Candies, Cakes, and Crackers ricii and rare.
Don't miss*, this INVITATION NOW,
If its SHOES YOU WANT,sI have
them too, all sizes and styles.
And other goods that's needed.
If you trade aj; the
You will be
HE ADQU ARTEii
IFOR HARDWARE OF EVERY KRli'TION.
Have a large supply of the celebrated ?*fr*jp.?
p- mers Friend Corn Planters- Wc
Jg sold a large number of these Planters during Hie
SS past three seasons, and they have given universal
satisfaction. Every one of them are guaranteed by us to give
WE also have in Stock The COX, The ECLIPSE
j and The celebrated CALDWELL OottO?l
.?E^IOL1L<0JL~?^ which we are offering at ''rock
i-A, J-?j-: ~ ~
WE are also selling The Celebrated
See us Before Buying Anything
ni Our ILmov. a? w? cu. o m ??ositic>n
To Make it interesting to Jt"oxi
February 26, 1903.
J. T. DOUGLAS.
A. 0. DOUGLAS.
J.T. DOUGLAS & BRI
--Practical Pharmacists and Dealers iii
?ure ?rugs and patent Medicines,
Plain and Fancy Stationery and School Supplies.
Paints, (Mis, Varnish Bm
GLASS and PUTTY.
?^.FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
*?" Prescriptions carefully compounded ai all hours
and guaranteed to be of the Purest Drugs and at
A full line Gaarden Seed & Onion Sets. \
Thankful for'past liberal patronage we solicit a continuanceof same
Jan nary 1, 1902.
AT THE OLD STAU?.
TM 3M GO.
W. P, BREEDEN, Jr. MANAGER.
j^E^olx?xi.ox,,y of All Kinds
AND GENERAL REPAIR WORK, ^??>
- DEALER IN AND MANUFACTURER OF -
Ceiling, Flooring, Siding, Brackets,
Balusters, Newels, &ca
BUILDING MATERIAL OP ALL KINDS.
IF YOU ARE IN.NEED OF any kind of LUMBER, -ough
or dressed, w^roald be glad to have vou call at our MILL
and look ovoi\ ii?ck.
Phone orders'* promptly attended to.
- A BARDABA.
20 Horse power BOILER arid
15 li. p. ENGINE for sale or will
exchange for mules.
Ay ply at this office,
FOR SALE !
' A F. rm of 70 acrcB in Smithville
Township, belonging tq'Eatalo of Mrs.
R. P. Dudley. Also, two town lota in
Weat Bennettavilllo. Apply to Mr*
L. D. Harrallj Ex'rx.