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BENNETTSYILLE, S. C.
BY Sf. A. BBOWIT A CO.
O/?co on Marton Street Opposite
^Friday, March 20.1903.
Our Town Gorvernment.
MAYOR-P. A. Hodges
ALDERMEN-J. Frank Breeden, (J. E
Exum, John T. Douglas, W. S. R?wo.
CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc
Laurin. Ottice open daily. /
POLICE-H. S. Quick, G. B. Barrett
Marlboro< County Officers.
SHERIFF-J. B. Green
CLERK OF CLERK-J. A. Drake
.TUDOR OF PROBATE-M. MoLaurin
COHOJNER-C. F, Covington
SUPT. EDUCATION-w. L. Stanton
TBEABORER-J- H. Thomas
AUDITOR-Chas. I. Sherrin.
SKNATOR-Chas. S. MsColl.
REPRESENrATiVE8-D. D. MoUoll, Jr.
J. P. Bunch, Welcome Quick.
MAOISXAIES-C. D. Easterling, T. L.
Crosland, Bonnet td ville,
II. L. MoLaurin, McColI
JohD A. Calhoun. Clio,
W. J. Atkinson. Blenhoun,
D, D. Stubbs, Brightsvillo,
W. VV. Irby, Smithville.
Beanettsville Church Directory.
METIIODTST-A. B. Watson, P. C.
Bundey sobool 3 30 p. m. Preaching at
11.00 a. m. and 7.00 p.m. Prayer^meet
ing Wedaesday evening at 7.00 o'clock.
Superintendent Sunday school, Phil. A.
BAPTIST-Rev. Ru I us Ford, Pastor.
Sunday school at 10.00. Preaching Sun
Jay at 11.00 a. m., and 7.00p. tn. Prayer
uccting Thursday evening at 7 o'clock.
Superintendent of Sunday sobool, H. W
PRESBYTERIAN-This church for tho
present is without a pastor. Prayer meet
ing on Thursday afternoon, at 4 o'clock.
Sunday school, at 10.00 a. m. Superio*
tendent of school, J- T. Dudley.
EPiecorAl.-Ber. C. W. Boyd, Bector,
~~"S"TiflMhlDg every second nod fourth Sunday
i\t il a.~m.,"and 7.00 p. m. Sunday
school at 9.30 a. m. Dr. J. A. Faison,
: .. Directory of Benncttsville Lodyes
CONSOLIDATED LODGE NO. 15, K. ol
P., meets every second and fourth Moa
I" 'lay nights at 7.30 o'clock.
E. Power?, C. C.
C. D. Easterling, Ki of R. & S.
M.< ?uruOBIi ClIAt'i i : ' . . .<
M., aicoj i tt*. 1:.'.- ntn-' '. vydi ' 1 l:V,.?? sjui.
'riilay ot euell no ?...
. ^ ^ Hoi?! Ct ;: '
Ii, E. Stockton, Sucre j
EUREKA LODGE NO. 43, A. F. M.
__Ijeqts at McColl, each Saturday after
noonThefbvc the full moon,at 4 o'clock.
AURORA LODGE No. 33, A. F. M
ments at Clio, Saturday on or after cac
full moon at 3 o'clock, p. m.
J. T. Stanton, W. M.
John Parish, Secretary.
County Church Directory.
Benncttsville Circuit Appointments
BEV. J. W. ABIAILLj P. C.
First Sunday-11a.m., Pine Grov<
3 p. m., Smyrna.
Second Sunday, ll a. m. McColl.
3 p. rn, Beauty Spo
Third Sunday-ll a. m., Pine Grovi
3 p. m, Smyrna
Fourth Sunday, ll a. m. McColl,
3 p. m. Beauty Spo
Blenheim Circuit Appointments.
BEV. W. B. HA KER P. 0.
First Sunday, Hebron ll a. in:
Ebenezer 3.30 p. m.
Second Sunday, Parnassus lia. m.
Bethlehem 3.30 p. rn*
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.
BEV. .A T. DUNLAP, P. C.
Clio-Island 2nd Sundays II a. m.,
3d and 4th Sundays 3.30 p. ni,
Beulah -1st and 2d Sundays 3 30 p. 1
3d and 4th Sundays 11 a. 111
?undny Eohool every Sunday 10 a. m.
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Attorney at Law and
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Are You Afflicted ?
ULCEBINA is absolutely gu?rante
to cure Ulcers, Ringworms, Etzen
Itch, Sores and chronic skin discos
Send .35 cents and get a package
mail. Manufactured and sold by
R; G. DOZIER, M. Di
Lumberton, N. C.
Miss Ethel Ford is vis Hing the
Misses Claytons in Florence
The Democrat returns thanks
to Mr. S. H. Keeffe of the Cotton
Mills for favors.
Mr Geo W. Ballard of Brights
vjlle was in town Wednesday and
made us a pleasant call
Mr. Sol Brown left Wednesday
morning ou a tour through Geor
gia and Florida selling furniture
Mr. E. C. Newton of the Tatum
poultry farm was in Saturday
with some choice B. P. Eggs
Miss Virginia Colo of Rock
ingham, N. C., is here visiting
Miss Florence Bristow
Mr. N. C. McLaurin and little
son of Red Bl afr were up Tuesday
Mrs. C. D. Sparks and Miss
Mary Halo of Bleheim are visit
ing relatives in Marion
Mr. C. A, Hubbard of Clio was
in town Wednesday and made us
a pleasant call
Mr. J. G. Cully of Key was in
town Wednesday and made us a
pleasant call. No special news
in his section
Rev. Albert D. Woodie, wife
and little daughter of Troy,
Greenwood county, havo been
spending the past week with his
parents near town. His old
friendsi were glad to meet him
again. He has a splendid work
over in Greenwood
The District Meeting of ?fae W. F. M.
Society of Marion Distrct
Will ho held io Bennet tsville, S C,
April 3-5, 1903.
Opening services will he held on
Friday night 3d, and all the delegates
are asked to he present at these ser
vices All persons that feel interested
in missionary work are invited to he
present. Mesdames Wightman,
Humbert and Waite, are expected lo
Send names t>f delegates to Mr?. II.
ll' Newton, Beunettsville, S. C.
Mrs J. C. CAMPBELL,
Mch 19. District Secretary.
The Bennettsville Fitting School
On last Friday afternoon this
school had a third lecture from Rev.
Mr. Dibble has a fine school. It
is desire to do all in his power tc
give the children every advantage,
Occasionally some one lectures tc
them. This lecture feature of thc
?school is supplementary to the reg
give you trouble and make 3Toi
pay any price for meat. Your onl;
security lies in raising your owi
supplies-beef, pork, mutton. Yo)
should also eucourage your renter
to raise every hog possible. I
this way you can be independen
of all combines.
Chief Hamraet, of the State Cor
s'.abulary has issued orders forbiddin
drunkeness by any of his force. TL
hist offense is a thirty day drop; tl
second is dismissal from thc forci
Men who get drunk aro not wnntei
Well those orders while sent to M
J. J. Pearson were certainly not ii
tended for him, for he is a lempei
Tho Hens arc Laying.
Mr Neil Usher of Smithville w:
down Saturday with a lot of thir
dozen. We arc iudeed glad to repo
that the weather and green food h
called oil the strike.
We are pleased to annoum
that Mr. Wm Prior has take
charge of tho "Hotel Townsenc
at Red Springs, N. C., now one
the best summer resorts, and wi
spare no pains to keep up the rep
tntion of this and satisfy all wi
visit this place for comfort ar
rest. Thc medical qualities of tl
water of the springs there need t
word from us. If you want re
that's the place to go
Good Green Coffee 8J to 12?. ?
W. M. Rowe's.
?W" Kingan's pure Va. Lard gin
nnteed good ns home made at
W. M. Rowe's.
IKsT* Fresh mince meat and a
pie butter at W. M. Rowe's.
$65"* Cheese ?Sandwich at
W. M. Rowe'*.
Il is exceptional to find a Ian
where there are no domestic ruptu
occasionally, hut there can bc lesser
by having Dr. King's New Lile V
around. Much trouble they save
their great work in Stomach and Li
troubles. They not only relieve you,
cure. 25c, at Drug Store.
A full lino of H. J. Heinz's C
Pickles Preserves, Ketchups, So
ces, Jollies &c. at
W. M. Rowe's.
Lownoy,a Candy for salo at
W. M Rowe's
TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS.
- Spring opensjto-mor row
- No snows yet
-7- Corn planting has begun
- Read Croslands opening ad
in this weeks issue
- Choice sweet potatoes for
sale at C. S. McCall's.
- Tho crowd in town. Satur
day'reminded us of first Monday.
- The wires for the Electric
lights are up and work will begin
soon on the power house.
?-Visitors to our town note
considerable changes about the
- Tho announcement of Ben
nett Co., of Clio claims attention
One and all are invited to at
tend Miltie's opening display ot
high art millinery on "Wednesday
and Thursday Mob 25th and 2Gth.
Mr Leonidas Wicker is
bringing in some nice pond fish
daily from traps.
- The storm billed for last
Friday did not reach us and there
were no regrets
- Only a few moro days left
for the hunter's sport with the
- Lewis Ives, the old colored
man spoken of lait week as hav
ing lost his mind, has been taken
- Laying iron on the new
railroad will begin soon and we
expect to hoar tho engine whistle,
in four more weeks
See tho ready to wear garments
offered at Mittle's store.
- Tho pretty park at the Pros
by terian church has been ole
gantl.y raked and cleaned off un
der the personal supervision of
Misses Ida and Ella Dudley two
faithful workers of that congre
fi?"Just received n new lot of seed
Irish Potatoes of all kind nt
\V. M. Howe's
Blue Ribbon Extracts 10 & 25
cents at W. M. Rowe's.
- Special attention is asked tri
the supplement to the Supply
Ordinance, which appears in this
Royal Bakiug Powders at
W. M. Rowe's.
- If you want to buy a nico
? home in Robeson county write Mr.
? W. B. Burns at St. Paul's, N. C.
Attend tho opening at Mittle's
. store Wed nesday and Thursday
' March 25 and 2G.
"T"*" T-rwnved a new lot o?
!r . )c to $1.00 per lb nt
W. M Rowe's.
! "N IAVR RKMOVIv O MY
lol i: hOOMS OVER Tilt
' ': >. ic N'A i> I-A NI-:
! It. ii. NK.VHON.
ii': viani, n good smoke
11 Cigar for sale at
W. M. Rowe's.
- >d Smokers Supplies ir
eu di twa valiez can be found at J. T
Douglas & Bro.
S??T Knox's, Cooper'fl, and Cox':
gelatine at W. M. Rowe's
Escaped an Awful Fate
Mr. II. Hoggins of Melbourne. Fla.
writos, "My dootor told mo I had Con.
Bumption and nothing could bo dunc fo
me. 1 was given up to die. The oiler of
freo trial bottle of Dr. King's Now Dia
covery for Consumption induced mo to ttj
it. Resulta were startling. I am now 01
tho road to recovery and owe all to Di
King's New Discovery. It surely saved m;
fe." Thia great euro ia guarantee I foi
Il throat and lung diseases by J. T,
Douglas ?Ss Bro Druggists Ptice 500 am
?1.00. Trial bottles free.
Nearly Forfeits His Lifo.
A runaway almost ending fatally, starte
a horrible ulcer on thc log of J. B. Ornct
Frinklin Grove, III. For four yoara it dc
fled nil doctors and nil remedies. Bu
Aucklen'a Arnica Salve had no trouble t
cure him. Eqally good for BurnB, Braise
Skin Eruptions and Piles. 25c at J. 1
DougiaB ?fe Bro Drug Store.
1 Marvelous Invention.
Wonders never cecse. A machin
has been invented that will cut, past
and bang wall paper. The field of ir
veillions and discoveries seems to b
unlimited. Notable among great discov
erics is Driving's Kew Discovery tc
Consumption. It has donc a world c
good for weak lungs and saved man
a lile. Thousand have used it and con
quered Grip, Bronchitis' l'neumoni;
and Consumption. Their general vei
diet is: " It's the best and most relis
bte medicine for throat and lung troul:
les- Every 50c and $1 00 bottle is guai
anteed by J. T Douglas & Uro. tlriig
gist. Trial bottles tree.
Unclaimed Lotto 1*9.
Letters addressed to tho following nunn
dcraons remain, uncalled for at tho po
offloa In Bcnnottsvillo :
James Brooks. Manly Ellebee,
M. Boyet, L. E Robinson, J. .
Nordon, Alfred Adama.
Miss Brandel, Gracia E.'ane, Ma
NOTICE is hereby given that the ofiico
open for thc purpose of registering t
qualified voters of thc Town of Bcnnot
ville and will bo open every Saturday
tho Probate Judge's ollico in Court Ifou
from io n. m., to 4 p. m., until ono wc
before tho neut goocral election in Af
next. Requisites, 1 years In tho Stato.
year in tho county and 4 months in I
Town, and all taxes pa'd, and exempta
from certain offences.
H. S QUICK,
Town Supervisor Registration,
BennotUville, January 14, 11)03.
Tbo Baptist Union mooting will be hold
at MoGoll Marou 27-2otb.
Tho hour for evening services at tbo
churches is now 7.30 o'clock.
Prayer meeting at the Baptist obarob
every Thursday evening at 7.00.
Prayor mooting at tho Methodist church
every Wednesday at 7.00 p. m.
. Tho hour for Sunday School at tho
Methodist obarob bas been changed to
3 30 o'clock in tho afternoon.
RUT. Bunyan McLeod filled bia appoint
ment at tbo Presbyterian church Bund ay
morning and night. Tho addition of tho
noted visiting musloiana added much to
Rev. C. W. Boyd will conduct ser
vices at St. Paul's Episcopal Church
next Sunday morning and night.
Tho visit of Bishop Capers lo St Paul's
Episcopal church on Friday evoning last
waa cortainly enjoyed by a largo nurahor
of hia old aoldier friendB who turned oat
to attend tho special services. A class of
four was confirmed by tho Bishop followed
by ono of bis bsst sermons. Many regi?te
wero heard that ho could remain bat one
night, having to bo in Charleston Sunday.
How A. D. Woodie, Jr , of Oreen wood,
ulled the pulpit of the Baptist church Sun
day nigh.. His Hermon waa ninch enjoyed
by many who had no ver heard him before.
Tho Methodist congregation are working
to have their new church comploted and
ready for dedication carly in May.
Tho next annual conference of thc
Mc thud int Suaday School worker? of Marl
boro will bo hold with thc Schcol at Pino
Grove on Friday and Saturday before tho
first Sunday in May. It is earnestly hoped
that every Sunday School in tho county
will havo icprceentalion, aud to thia end
it IB urged upon Superintcrde uta to aclccl
dclegntea who am and will attend.
MARION DISTRICT APPOIN fMENTS.
pinsT ROUND-E. P. TAYLOR, r. B.
Clio and Beniah Clio, Feb 15,16
McColl ct and Milla, McColl, night, Fob 20
Bonnettevillo ct, Smyrna Feb 21,22
Brightsvillc, Boykin, Feb 28, march 1
Nurdi Marlboro, Ebenezer 3\ p. hi, mob 1
Bounettsvillo Stn, (night) march 13,14
McColl & Bcnuettsvillo Mill?,
Shiloh, march 14,15
Blenheim ct, Parnassus, march 21,22
Brownsville, Bethlehem, (3 30 p.m ) 22 23
t?T" Heinz sweet mixed pickle in
bulk at W. M. Rowe's.
One nair good wagon M ULES.
Work anywhere. Price reason
able, for cash or on linio or on
time to right parties.
mch 12, 1903. P. C. Emanuel.
W il W T E jy-A man who is not
afraid to wotk to &3II Sewing Machines in
Marlboro connty. Good contract to right
man. Experience not necessary.
THE SINGER MVo CO
Florence S C.
?VEOi AL NOTK.JK!
. >'TAV!N<; Weilrod thc scVykita ul ii
?Clv,, good man, ;. um prepared to jj '?
. li'wu and pull 'ip pnnil):i. SiTisfudiita
gu?rame?;!; Ord .Ti left d either Hard
I ware ioi'J will bf prdiiio'lj at to Lided tu.
inch !2, 19031 1*. C Emanuel
Wim lcd ix Traveling Snlc.smiiii
To work retail trade iu lilia and four
adjoining counties. Good salary and per
nianent position to right man. Address
with references, Lock Box 107, Redford
Tried To Conceal lt.
It's thc old story ol murder will out"
only in this case there's no crime.
A woman leds run down, has back
ache or dyspepsia and t'.ianUs it's noth
ing and tries to hide it until she linally
breaks down. Don't deceive yourself.
Take Electric Bitters al once, ll has a
reputation for curing Stomach, Liver
and Kidney troubles and will revivify
your whole system. The worst forms of
those maladies will quickly yield lo the
curative power ol Electric Bitters. Unly
50c, and guaranteed by Druggist,
Don't You Love Flowers V
Il so, and you want sonic prelt)
pots of all sixes in which to place
them, call at tK? Hardware stori
and you can li? suited.
Heller Than Gold.
.'I waa troublod for sevornl yearB wid
chronic indigeation and norvonn debility, '
writes F. J. Oreen; of Lancaster, N. II
"No remedy helped until I began usioi
Electrio Bittera, which did me more goot
?.han all tho medicino I over used The;
havo OIBO kept my wife iu excellent hcallL
for ycara. Sho says Electric Bittera arc
just rplendid for fornido troublas; that choj
aro a grand tonic and invigorator for wen!
run down women . No other medicine car
take ifs place in our family." Try them
Only 50c. Satidfiiotion guaranteed by J
T. Douglas & Bro.
OurOB Caneo, snd Blood Poison.
If you have blood poison producta]
eruptions, pimples, ulcers-, swollen gland
humps and risings, burning, itching skin
copper-colored spots or ras-h on (ho skin
mucous patches in mouth or throat, fall
in li hair, hone pains, old rheumatism 0
(bul catarrh, tako Botonic Blood Bain
(B. B. B.). It kills llic poison in ih
blood; soon old sores, eruptions heal, har
swellings subside, aches and pains sto
and a portent cure is nimio of the wors
. cases of Blood poison.
For cancers, tumors, swellings, catio;
sores, ugly ulcers, persistent pimples c
all kinds, biko li. B. B. It destroys th
cancer poison in thc blond, heals ounce
- of all kind.-:, cures thc worst humors o
suppurating swellings. Thousands cure
hy B. B. B. after all else fails. B. B. li
composed ol' pure botanic ingredient:
Improves tho digestion, makes thc liloo
pure and rich, stops thc awful itching an
1 all sharp shooting pains. Thorough!
tested for thirly years. Druggists, $1 p<
R hollie, with completo directions for ni;i
0 cure. Sample froo and prepaid by wri
- ting Blood Balm Co., Atlanta d.i. Do:
t cribe, trouble itali free medical advice al:
t sent in scaled letter. For sale at J.'
c Douglas & Bro
flowers ! Flowers !
jj Mrs. J no S. Moore lias a lin
lot of Geraniums, Begonii
Perns, Palms and other plant
well rooted, that she desires 1
sell Cvjttings225o per dozen.
"WES JS^Gr TO
TUESDAY lill 1
PATTERN HiTS I
.ger than ever I
3lx 19, 1908,
I ? B
? ff I II
?Y in (he couuty and surrounding country arc cordii*
ISIT MY MILLINERY PARLORS on the abovo
sec thc GREATEST DISPLEY OE ART eyer ex
Marlboro people My Milliner, MISS rtAISY
' O' bas for the past nienth vis-tri r." ot' tlx Noaherii liri
pontiQifi ni i';?Miiio?j'; arid inn s?ke?ul the' fu?kt s.tyli.;)! ne J up-tO'datc
fitock ^vcr displayed ia thi? market 1 biiye spew time, eu?rgy find
morie-? f? cot lo^cihor this firent ?gj^gntioii of M Ul? fieri creation and
n4i 'i?ulj c?v deni ibjit ' eau rmi lite taste of alli
ie One, Come Ail,
l in Store your home while io (he city. I propose lo give
)U Jlilltnciy that has never been heard of before.
MY STOCK OF
Has been pronounced
by all my lady friends
the best I have bought
experience in thc Dry Goods business.
,ods io ORGANDIES. MUSLINS, ZEPHYRS*
' MULLS, are exclusive do.-igns.
ic of Ladies Shirtwaists, Skirts, Wash Suits,
ything you can wish for iu my Store. I htven't spnee
iou for past patronage and soliciting same for
0 5. BENNETTS VILLE, S. C. te
for year ending j
nended so as to
.t any person seih ny
y fresh meats, mu' .
. or fish shipped by j
tltc corp >r.ile limits !
nncttsville, (except !
ilouse Stalh) sh ill ?
annum before ofter*
ty person violating
lined five dollars for
imprisoned not more
serelion of Mayor or
rsons celling liol loss
ef. mutton, pork or
Vear Each, only 50c
Oonts A Year,
Mi'IILY, New York,
urnal and Paragon
' $3 per year,
nih by mail.
To Prevent leaving or Pattin
on streets, pur lie square an
ways of the town of I3ennetti
ville any machinery, agrien
tural implements, paper c
rubbish of any kind.
Rc It Ordained by tho Mayor and ?
j dermcn of tho town of Bennot!svill<\
? council iisBcmbled, and by authority uf 1!
?Bailie: That auy person, Ibm or corpo
j (ion who ^hall or mny after this dato lim
convey or leave on the streets, jmblio equi
and ways of tho Town of Ucnncltbv:
machinery, agricultural implements, bi
gios, wagons of any kind, paper or tubb!
and trash of any and every kind, shall
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor nnd up
conviction shall bo fined not leas than T
nor more than Ono Hundred DODIIM, or
itnpiisoncd not less than five dnys or mi
than 30 days.
Done and ratified in Council tho 13th ii
t f Fcbrunry A. D., 1903.
P. A. HODGES, Mayor
NOTICE TO CREDITORS,
TUE ESTAIK OK M. A. J. MOORE.
LL persons having claims against t
*^ Estate of M. A. J. Mooro deoeas<
will present tho same duty aMcstcd will
t]ic time required by law, and all pera
indebted to same will please arrange 1
sanie at once,
Mrs ALICE MOORE,
.TAS. D. MOGUE,
J. A. MO ORK,
weh 9, 1903? Qualified Excoulorf
? MILLINERY NOVELTIES
g Have a large supply of the celebrated *'Fsir"
l'? mers Friend Corn Planters- We
* Y sold a large number ol' tlicsc Planters during the
i ])ast three seasons, and they have given universal
satisfaction. Every one ol' them are g mt nt ni ced hy us to give
sa I ? sf ac don.
WE also have in Stock The COX, The ECLrlPSE
aud The celebrated CALDWELL ?ottOD.
3PXS5,:OL"to:r,?? which we are offering at "rock
' WR ar
See us Before Buying Anything
in Our Usine, as wo are in Position.
To Make it Interesting to "You
February 2(K 1903.
J. T. DOUGLAS.
Ai 0. DOUGLAS.
B 13 a
.-Practical Pharmacists and Dealers in
fMm, ?)ri!gs mid Paient Medicines,
Plain and Fancy Stationery and School Supplies.
3?ainis5 Oils, Varnish* Blushes,
GLASS and PUTTY.
<^FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO.^
&@r Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours
and guarani ced to be of thc Purest Draga und at
A full line CR ar don Seed SL Onion Sets.
Thankful for past liberal patronage ive solicit a continuanccof same
j. T. BOlll 6 BRO.
l/*r JaDnary..l, 1902.
AT THE OLD STAND,
mt BK MMI.?.IE GO.
W. P, BREEDEN, Jr. MANAGER.
Machj-neT37- of Ail Kinds
AND GENERAL^ RE? AIR Y/ORE, ^>
- DJS AL MK IN AND M A N U K ACTUIt lilt OF - ,.
Ceiling, Flooring, Biding, Brackets,
Balusters, Mewels, &c,
BUILDING MATERIAL OP ALL' KINDS.
[F YOU ARR IN NERD OF any kind of LUMBER, -ongh
or dressed, wc would be glad lo have von call at our MILL
and look over slock.
?5?r? Phono orders promptly attended to#