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v BEN1TETTSYILLB, S. C.
BY S- A. imo ww & co.
Office on Marion Street Opposite
V. Masonic Hall,
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Friday. May 29, 1903.
MAYOR-P. A. Hodges
ALDERMEN-J. Frank Breeden, C. S.
Chaffin, A. G. Sinclair, W. W. Pato.
CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc
laurin. Office open daily.
POLICE-H. S. Quick, G. B. Barrett
Marlboro County Officers.
SHERIFF-J. B. Green
CLERK OF CLERK-J. A. Drake
JUDGE OF PROBATE-M. MoLaurin
CORONER-C. F. Covington
SUPERVISOR-M. E. Coward
SUIT. EDUCATION-W. L. Stanton
TREASURER- J. H. Thomas
AUDITOR-Chas. I. Sherrin.
SENATOR-Chas. S. MsCall.
REPRESENTATIVES-D. D. MoColl, Jr.
J. P. Bunch, Welcome Quick.
MAGNATES-C. D. Eastorling, T. L.
ll; L. MoLaurin, MoColl
John A. Calhoun. Clio,
W. J. Atkinson, Blenheim,
D, D' Stubbs, BrightBville,
W; W. Irby, Smithville.
Bennetlsville Church Directory.
METHODIST-A. B. Watson, P. C.
Sunday school 3 30 p. m. Preaching at
11.00 a. m. and 7.00 p. m. Praycr nieel
ing Wednesday evcuiug at 7.00 o'clock.
Superintendent Sunday Behool, Phil. A.
V;APTIST-Rev. Rufus Ford, Paslor.
Sunday school at 10.00. Preaching Sun?
d . at 11.00 a.m., and7.00p.m. Prayer
intuiting Thursday evening at 7 o'clock.
Superintendent of Sunday Behool. H. W
i 'REBBYTERIAN-Bunyan McLeod Ph.
0 , Pastor. Services every Sabbath
-immer) ll a. ni. and 8 p. m.; (winter)
: k I. m. and 7.30 p. rn- Prayor meeting
Thursday 4 p. m. Seats free. Stranger.?
Hally invited. Sunday school every
day 10 a. m. Superintendent, J. T.
. Hey. All parents and children made
?oine at thc school.
Piscor-AL-Rev. C. W. Boyd, Rector,
ohing every second and fourth Sunday
i a. m., and 7.00 p. m. Sunday
ol at 9.30 a. m. Dr. J. A. FuiBOn,
rectory of Bennetlsville Lodges
JNSOLIDATED LODGE NO. 15, K. of
meets every second and fourth Mon*
? nights at 7.30 o'clock.
E. Powers, C. C.
D. Eoatevling, IC of R. & S.
kRUiono 1/OTfUE IS0. U?.t tr at
lotiivill. Friday evenlnj;. on i>*-" bc-j
each lull nioo'a *: d'?look?
,5. ?, Kmr.04, \\ ? M.
T, Dudley, Secretor
lonnii? Mandilla Dh'ciiiorif.
?tLilORO C?HAPiKR IVO. 3* il. A.
.ont.i uv l??tiT?ett=v???- su tL? auw?ud
lay of each month.
Robt Chaffin, H. P.
E. Stockton, Secretary.
ERA LODGE NO. 43, A. F. M.,
at MoColl, each Saturday after
i1, before thc full moon,at 4 o'clock.
..ORA LODGE NO. 33, A. F. M.,
at Clio, Saturday on or afier each
; ion at 3 o'clock, p. m.
J. T. Stanton, W. M.
n Parish, Secretary.
lounty Church Directory.
nettsville Circuit Appointments
;:EV. J. W. ARIAILL, P. C.
Sunday-11a.m., Pine Grove*
3 p. m., Smyrnu.
nd Sunday, ll a. m. McColl.
3 p. rn, Beauty Spot.
I'l v>d Sunday-ll a, m., Pine Grove,
3 p. m, Smyrna
th Sunday, ll a.m. McColl.
3 p. m. Beauty Spot.
nhcim Circuit Appointments.
REV. "\V. H. BAKER P. C.
Sunday, Hebron ll a. m:
Ebenezer 3i30 p. m.
id Sunday, Parnassus ll a. m.
Bethlehem 3.30 p. m'
. I Sunday, Hebron ll a. m.
Zion 3.30 p. m.
h Sunday Parnassus 11a.m.
Bethlehem 3.30 p. m.
tlio Circuit Appointments.
REV. -v. T. DUNLAP, P. C.
Clio-Preaching every Sunday morning
at 1 lo clock. Epworth League Sun
day night at 8 o'clouk. Sunday echool
at 10 a. m. Wi A. Hin8haw, Supt.
Prayer meeting Monday hight at 8.
Boolah -Preaching every Sunday Mt at
4 o'clock. Sunday school at 3. ll.
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Aro You Afflicted ?
ULCERINA is absolutely guaranteed
to cure Ulcers, Ringworms, Eczema,
Itch, Sores and chronic ?kin diseases.
Send 35 cents and get a package by
mull. Manufactured aud sold by
R. G. DOZIEIt, M. D.
LurabortoD, N, C.
Mr. T. G. Matheson of Cher aw
was in town Tuesday night I
Mr. J, C. Webster has a son
sick with fever
Miss Virgie McLaurln of Mc
Coll is the guest of Mrs. W. W.
Hon. C. S. McCall returned
from the reunion at New Orleans
Miss Loulie Smith of Mullins j
is visiting Miss Louise Campbell ,
Mr. C. J. "Whitlock of Mt Airy,
N. C., has been spending a few
days in our county
Miss Ethel Moore, who has
been at Greensboro Female
College has returned home
- Lydia David, a well known
ante bellum colored woman died
Sunday on Mr, J. A. McDaniel's
place aged 104 years
We regret to report that Mr.
Po .vers, the venoral mother Mess
rs Elierbo, S. F., Clarence and
Asbury Powers is not improving 1
Messrs C. D. Easterling and
P. B. Moore attended the meet
ing of the grand lodge K of P. at
Orangeburg last week and report
a royal time
Mr. Albert Sidney Cooper of
Rockland, Richland county is
spending a few days with his
brothers Messrs Calhoun and
Miss LeitherManship of Tatum
accompanied by Miss Ethel New
ton of Red Springs, spent Tues
day and Tuesday night in our
town the guests of Mrs. W. W.
Mr. B. F. Stanton of lower
Hebron was up Saturday and
called. He says crops have begun
to improve in his section, but
cotton in low bottoms still looks
Mr. H. C. Pate and family of
Dillon spent Saturday and Sun
day in our town the guest of his
brother Mr. Waller Pate. We
were pleased to meet him again1
and see him looking so well
We indeed regret to learn that
Mrs. Herndon the mother of Dr.
Herndon the dentist, lies very
ill of fever. All that medical skill
can do is being done for her, and
it is earnestly hoped she v.'ill
Later-Mrs Herndon died Wed
nesday night about 12. The body
was taken Thursday up to Mason
X Roads for burial.
The ey m pa'hy of our community is
extended the family of Mr. T. S. Has
kell, the night superintendent at the
mill in the loas of his baby-boy, on
Wednesday aftnrnonn nfip.r f> ?>i,r>rt
I illneca-?ged 2 years ano1 li luooibs.
i Tho futiera! services wore h'.:!d nt
j Oak Kidgti cernetery ut 1.0 o'clock
Tluiis?p.y murri i ti g,'conduc?eii l'y HL v.
! A li. \VsM?,.-,?.
! Huyo lo'b? Mighty (Vtvt
Drink milk and get tuberculosis.
Drink whiskey and get the jimjams
Eat soup and get Bright's disease.
Eat meat and encourage apoplexy.
Eat oysters and acquire taxemia.
Eat vegetables and weaken tho
system. Eat dessert and take to
paresis. Smoke cigarettes and die
early. Smoke cigars and get ca
tarrh. Driuk coffee and obtain
nervous prostration. Drink wine
rind get the gout.
A man choked to death in North
Carolina from eating beef. Last
week a lady on her way to the
north from Florida was choked to
death in Charlotte while ealing
chicken. In ordir to be entirely
healthy one must cat nothing,
drink nothing, smoke nothing,
and even before breathing should
see that the air is properly steril
A Young man who sought a
clerkship in one of the depart
ments at Washington, once
asked the late Robert G. Inger
soll for his indorsement, and
this was the reply Ingersoll gave
""Youngman, I would rather
have forty acres of laud, with a
log cabin on it and the woman I
love in the cabin-with a little
grassy, winding path leading
I down to the spring where the
water gurgles from the lips of
the earth, whistling day and
night to Hie white pebbles a
perpectual poem-with holly
hocks growing at the corner of
the house, and morning glories
blooming over the low-latched
door-with lattice work over
the window so that the sunlight
would fall checke I on the dim
pled babe in the cradle,-and
birds, like songs with wings
hovering in the summer air,
than be clerk of any government
Large Headed Cabbage.
Mr. Lewis Chavis now the
champion truck grower of this
section has the largest solid hoads
of cabbage we havo seen this sea
son. If you want a first class vege
table dinner let him know what
NICE FRESH LOT
FOR SALE BY
c. s. MCCALL.
H?* A full line of boys shirt
waists at Jackson's.
TOWN AND COUNTY^NEWS.
- Next Monday is salesday
- Light showers Wednesday
-- Court convenes on the 4 th
Monday in June
- Don't wait to be asked for
vour commutation tax -
B&* Boys Lhirt waists only
25c at Jackson's
- The Bennettsvilie Methodist |
Sunday school with a large num
ber of invited friends from town
ind county went to Red Springs
yesterday on a picnic.
The entrance examinations !
to Winthrop Normal and tho I
College of Charleston will both!
be held the same day at Bennetts
SST' Af nil line of boys kneel
pants 25c to $1.00 at
- Celery Cola is a fine new
drink kept by Mr. E. Powers
- Commutation Tax is duo
-better soe the Town Clerk at
Remember to-day ia cut price
day on embroideries and laces at J
LemonB extra Fancy only 20c
iloz at \WM. Rowe's
$1.00 worth of laces and em-1
broideries for 75c this week at'
- Our town Clerk is ready to
write your receipt for the License
tax-also the first installment of
tho tax levy for tho Electric I
The biggest opportunity to buy]
embroideries and laceB ever offered |
this week at Mittlo's store.
- We return hearty thanks to
Mr. C. S. McCall for a copy of
the New Orleans Picayune con
taining an interesting account of |
the great reunion
Real good green coffee 8J to ?2j|
eta at W. M. Rowe's.
Mittle only advertises facts $11
worth of lacee and embroideries!
for 75c this week.
Roj'al Baking Powders at
W. M. Rowe's.
IST Just received a new lot of!
good iresh ten 50c to $1.00 per lb at
W. M Rowe's.
NOTICE-1 HAVE REMOVED MY
OFFICE TO TUE ROOMS OVEN TUE
"PLANTERS NATIONAL BANK."
II. II. NEWTON.
Sept 1, 1902.
If you want a good smoko
try a Cubanola Cigar for sale at
"W. M. Rowe's.
i Attend the bargain salo now
I going on atMittle's store.
Pi pc ? n JJ t? Sra(>ker?iT??ppliejiin
oncll?-38 variety ctn be fou lid ul 0. T\
Douglas* & I'rc.
.rv-if' Knox's*. CooperV, ?iiifi COY.'.';
gelatine at V. Nt. Rowe's
Xl ?* nothii;<; hut i'."in>; pure
white ivinoaiid cider vii?o?arlor
sale by W. M. Rowe.
A complete line of Armours
Canned meats at W. M. Rowe's
.Remember to-day is cut price
I day on embroideries and laces at
B63"* Octagon Soap only $3?J?
?case at W. M. Row'
Attend tho bargain sale^now5
going on at Mittle's store.
Sale of Old Methodist Clitircf
BEFORE Court Hou?e door, at ll
o'clock, a. tn., First Monday in June
neil the OLD ME.HODIST CIIUBCU will
ba said to thc Highest bidder for CASU.
J. L. BREEDEN.
And others Tru.-tecs.
"Strength nud vigor come of go;:d
food, duly digested. 'Force', a really
to serve wheat and barley food, adds
no burdeu, but sustains, nourishes,
We return thauks to President
D. B. Johnson for an invitation
to attend the commencement
which begies on Sunday next. It
ia now one of the best in the State
and pupils wanting to enter must
apply often mouthe ahead to secure
admission. In the graduating
cines we find the name of Miss
Laura Louise Harrall.
Nearly Forfeits His Lifo.
A runaway almost ending fatally, hi,uteri
a horrible nico? on tho leg ot J. 13. Omer,
Krinklin Grove, III. For four yoard it de
fied all dootors and all remedios. But
Aucklon'e Arnioa Salvo hud no troublo to
oura him. Eqully good for Burna, Bruises
Slcin Eruptions and Piles. 250 at J. T.
Douglas & Bro Drug Storo.
Wanted u Traveling Salesman
To work retail IraJc in this and four
adjoiu'mg counties, flood salary an 1 per
uiancnt position to right man. Address
willi r?f?rences, Lock Box \?7, Bedford
Tried To Conceal lt.
It's thc old story ol murder will out"
only in this case there's no crime.
A woman Icels run down, has hack
ache or dyspepsia and thanks it's noth
ing and tries lo hide it until she iinallv
breaks down. Don't deceive yourself.
Take Electric Bitters at once, ll has a
reputation for curing Stomach, Liver
and Kidney troubles and will reviv? ly
your whole system. The worst forms of
those maladies will o,u'cldy yield to thc
curative power ol Electric limers. Only
50c, and guaranteed by Druggist,
Attorney at Law and
Oflloo in Court Houno,
Thc fifth Sunday ia ..Children's
Day at the Methodist church.
Dc. McLeod wilt bo installed pastor of
Presbyterian church noxfc Sabbath morning
at II o'cclock. Soi vices again at 8.30p
m., oondneted by ono of tbo commission.
AH ore welcome.
Prayer meeting at Presbyterian church
Thurtday afternoon at 5 p. m.
Tho hoar for evening services at the
churches ia now 8.30 o'olock.
Prayer meeting at the Baptist church
overy Thursday evening nt 8 00.
Prayer meeting- at thc Methodist church
overy Wednesday at 8.00 p. m.
The hour for Sunday School at tho
Methodist church bas been charged to
5 00 o'clock in tho afternoon.
MARION DISTRICT APPOIN TMENTS.
SECONd ROUND-E. P. TAYLOR V. E.
Clio and Beulah, at Beulah April 25,26
Bennettsvilie ct, McColl, May 2,3
&I0C0II & BooneltBvUlo -M?W,
Borea, 4 pm, Moy 3,
North Marlboro, Shiloh, May 16,17
Brlghtsvllle, Bethel, 4 p. m. '* ' 17.18
BonnettBvillo Sta, (night) " 22,24
Blenheim et, Ebenezer, " 23,24
Brownsville, * 30,31
?MARLBORO UNION MEETING
Tho next meeting o? the Marl
boro Union will meet at Bennetts
vilie on Friday before the 5th
Sunday in May.
FRIDAY ll a. m. to ll 15, devotion
al exercises. 11.15 to 11.30 or
ganization and incidental buai
ness. 11.30 to 12.00 a report on
tho recent sessiou of S. 13. Con
vention. Elmore Allen aud E.
P. Easterling. 12 toi p. m , ob
structions to Revivals. Subject
opened by Rev. W. B. Harrall.
SATURDAY, 10 to 10.15 devotional
exercises. 10.15 to ll The pre
valent ignorance of the Bible,
opened by Bro J. P. Campbell,
ll to i2 How may 1 know the
will of God? Opened by Bro P.
SUNDAY, ll a.m., preaching by
Bro. E. P. Easterliug.
Work ol' tho Flames.
On Monthly night about S.30 the
ree Dee Machine Works a new aud
much heeded enterprise owned by
Mr. W. 1'. Breeden, Jr., located on
the railroad in East Bennettsvilie,
was accideutly burned together with
a lot of choice lumber, 8 or 10 ma?
chines, lot of tools aud ono Reaper
and Binder valued about ?0,000.
Our Last Year's Crop.
Tht DEMOCRAT returns thanks to
Mr. E G. Fletcher, tho cotton stnti
"ian fw o'iir conn ly, '"<>i H Rovcr-iinoni
report of lbs cotton ginned in:Mat 1.
boro fr.,- '. ic p'htrl foul y< :;r.-. J'Y tu
1899 io IT.';:.! lhere )?\a a heavy div
.:...?:? . T'nt: I.Mtka ginned Ici99 iviis
;?i,ttH; in loOO only '?bV?:ii>: in HJOl
; 23,000; ivljs.o in 1002 the ?rnp waa
. 4i.ll-: ?hiiiiii?rciit) I? iL -- ftiiriv?'ohl
Our New Railroad.
The work on the Benuetlaville nnd
Chcraw railroad is progressing finely
The last pile was driven 0:1 Phills
creek trestlo Inst Thursday. The com?
pany have secured an engine, and
now can rush thS track laying td crook
ed creek where the no.:t heavy trestle
[<wiU^e. The gradera have already
'" mOTiomo work thia aide of the creek,
-l.-jtH Hobo na the trestle is ready for
t<0??^ux perhaps tho line will be com
[ plelSfeto tdwn;**^
f Lumera addressed to thc following n a m od
_j>roru:iin uncalled for at ih<: post
-W A^fe)vingt?p^: Juhn S (? itly,
Chas E Moody, Ricfelr^o???ea, H L
Tim liions, R T Stewart, Jim Simpson,
T II Bax ton.
Charlotte Ellibin, Kn^B&RuUfejU^o,
EI?ZT li og g ia, Lizy Li?e^3^nftig??res
A full linc of II. J. IlemzyCo.
Pickles Preserves, Ketchups, Sau
ces, Jellies tVc. at
W. M. Rowe's.
A Marvelous Invention.
Wonders never ceese. A machine
has been invented that will cut, paste
and hang wall paper. The field of in
ventions and discoveries seems to be
unlimited. Notable among great discov
eries is Dr.King's New Discovery tor
Consumption. It has done a world ol ?
good for weak lungs and saved many j
a lile. Thousand have used it anti con
quered Grip, lironchitis1 Pneumonia,
and Consumption. Their general ver
dict is: " li's the best and most relia
ble medicine for throat and lung troub
les: Every 50c and $1.00 bottle is g uar*
anteed by .1 T. Douglas Jfc Uro. drug
gist. Trial boules Iree.
It is exceptional to find a I.tinily
where lhere are no domestic ruptures
occasionally, bu; lhere can bc lessened
by having |>r. King's New Lile Pills
around .Much trouble they save by
Iheir threat work in Stomach and Liver
troubles. They not only relieve you, but
cure. 25c, at Drug ijtore.
Thc Democrat and Ibo Semi
weekly Atlanta Journal one year
The Democrat and McCall's
Magazine-an excellent Lady's
Book for $1.50
The Sunny South and tho Demo
crat for only ?1.50
Don't You Love Flowers?
If so, and you want some pretty
pots of all sizes in which io place
them, call at the Hardware store
and you can be suited.
SCodoB Dyspepsia CUH*?
Digests what you eat?
Jim Dump? was father of a last
Who, by her brightness, led her
The teacher asked Miss
Dumps the question :
"How can you best assist
"By eating ?Force.'" Wheo
told to him,
This story tickled " Sunny Jim."
: ! Owing to Boma Changea I expect to make to the Interior
of the Store, I will inaugurate THE GREATEST
('OST SALE thia Town haa ever had,
I COMMENCING SATURDAY MORNING !
8 O'CLOCK. OF
CWVCJ continuing through 3?turu.sy
?cil at New York COST the following SIX LOTS
Ol' MERCHANDISE :
Comprises Each and Every Yard of Wool Dres3
Goods in atock. In this linc you will some choice
things in French and English Voiles, TwineH, Eto
\ minies. Albatross, Batiste and brilliantines.
fft 1500 yards colored eilks-this is tho largest and
j?\ most unique stocks of silks in the town. In it you
V will find VVnsh Silks. Tndinn, Chinns. Pon do Snup;
'? I !.?.:'. ICH, Po ii u< ?iOpe?in ail ?lio leading. ?lnnle?,
. T?V (i?L t il.'.-: ii: u\l cdoieil Dawns, Organdies]
"Swi".-bl ullft, Ginghams t^r??l?^ I>t?ck?. ii ia
L; o s iii ly te sell lliis ; >l ai tiwi, hu 5. wo need room.
^QOLnduf? Shirt Va.' f.-, ib white lawn nuil oolc?r
?il ??li^i.?. This lot also includes ail Silk Wiiista
in i'll colors and ?i?03. Will also mid lo thia- line
Sil! t \Vuist SiiitH lUtdiL?uh?? and Misse.* Skirts.
We lia\esome lino values ia this lot.
500 yards Table Linen, from the Cheapest to the
liest, in plain aud hemstiched-Napkins to match
Will put iu this lot tho biggest stock of Towels in
S300 worth LADIES MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
Thia is n very fine assortment, and you eau got
some rare valves in Gowns, Skirts, corset covers, &c
VfJ OF THE ABOVE LOTS will be sold AT NEW
?RK COST, and will also give SPECIAL CUT
SJCES in nil Other Departments not included in
h ?is $>.'c during the date mentioned above.
J '?EONE. COME ?LLi
lie early customers get the best,
bia s do will be positively SPOT CASH !
li tn? will be charged at these prices.
This is your Opportunity!
.>V. E JPECTFULIiY
BENNETTS V ILLE, S. C.
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Only lu , ? iiiil disher
A,< I'.t l lu i / coi/ city
and in? .
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SWIFT & CO..?
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f..r: f-.j ;
iK?hp?st and best
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:hable Hi v/ tbKA
as N. v. li i A TXT
;( cul/ loc. each.
Sep.d Five Cents To-day
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THE KKW IHR ; PVttLIS?'?? CO,
63G Broadway, Kew Y or li. N. Y.
FOR SALE !
m WO PINE JERSEY'COWS,
with first calf. They aro
beauties. Price $40 each.'
C. P. MOORE.
One nair good wngon MULEF.
Work anywhere. Price reason
nido, for catii or on time or on
time to right parties,
mch 12, 1003. P. 0. Em an ucl.
- OF THE -
palmetto IHigb Scbool
Pine Grove, Friday Evening, May 22, 1903.
- By tho Class
Mrs McNair and Miss BesBie Adams
By Several Boya
By Anna Code Ile Fletoher
Oscar and Miss D. Bettaea
By Clyde MoNair
By Several Children
HAPPY GREETING .
DUET-''Poet and Peasant,"
A LITTLE BOY'S SPEECH
DIALOGUE-"Choice of Trades."
"Distant Valley Chimes,"
DIALOGUE-"Taking the Census."
"Gertrude's Dream "Waltz.
TABLEAUX-"Rock of Ages."
SONG-"Could you love me dear, as I love you?"
Miss ALMA BETHEA
Instrumental-"Twinklo, twinkle, Little Star." Anna 0. Fletcher
SONG-"Child of the Regiment.'7 Anna Cedello Fletcher
TABLEAUX-"Joan of Aro at the Stake."
LORE LEY. By Miss Bessie Adams
REOITATION-"Blue and Gray." By Miss Dora Bethea
DUET-Isador Waltz. Anna Cedello and Robert Fletoher
DIALOGUE-"Uncle Pete." Oscar Bethea & Mack Fletcher
SONG-"If I Were a Sunbeam." ^ By Ten Children
TABLEAUX. The Ttmpted.
MOTION SONG. By Several Children
DUET-"Muskel Galop." Misses B^B?O A dainty Dora_Bethea
VALEDICTORY. By Auna Uedelle u ietcher
ADDRE8S. By Frank A. Miller.
FOR HARDWARE OP WIRY DESCRIPTION!
Have a large supply of the celebrated ^'Fai1"
E mers Friend Corn Planters. We
zT sold a large number,o! these Planters during the
past three seasons, and they have given universal
satisfaction. Every one of them are guaranteed by us lo give
WE also have in Stock The COX, Thc ECLIPSE
and The celebrated CALDWELL Cotton
3E-*X0/J?X"fc02T,?S which we arc offering at ''rock
WE are also sci!.na Tho Celebrated QrAM^
See lift Before Buy lag Anything
in Our Line, as wo are in Position
To Make it Interesting to'You
February 26, 1903.
J. T. DOUGLAS. A. C. DOUGLAS
JiT. DOUGLAS k BROTHER,
--Practical Pharmacists aiid Dealers in
Pure ?rugs and patent Medicines,
Plain and Fancy Stationery and School Supplies.
Paints* ?ils, VarBis?i, Baaskes* j
GKLASS and PUTTY."
<^FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Prescriptions carefully compounded at ail 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
J, T, DOUGLAS & BRO,
Jaonary.,1, 1902. AT THE OLD STAND,
TM IIB MAC3BLINB CO.?
W. P, BREEDEN, Jr.'MANAGER.
T^aomjaei*^ of All Kinds
AND GENERAL REPAIE. WORK, ^*?>
- DEALER IN AND MANUFACTURER OF
Ceiling, Flooring, Biding, Brackets,
Balusters, Newels, &c,
BUILDING MATERIAL OH ALL KINDS,
IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF any kind of LUMBER, >ough
or dressed, we would bc glad to have von call at our MILL
and look over stock.
tSP" Phone orders promptly attended to?