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BENNETTSYILLE, B. 0.
BYS. A. BBOWN ? CO.
Offleeon Marton Street Opposite
Friday, June 26, 1903.
Our Town O orv eminent.
MAYOR-P. A podges
' ALDERMEN-J. Frank Breeden, C. 8.
Chaffin, A. 0. Sinclair, W. W. Pate.
CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc
laurin. Office open daily.
POLICE-H. S. Quick, G. B. Barrett
Marlboro County Officers.
SHERIFF-J. B. Green
CLERK OP CLBBK-J. A. Drake
Juhas OP PROBATE-M. MoLauriu
CORONEB-C. F. Covingtoa
SUPBRVIBOB-M. E. Coward
SUPT. EDUCATION-W. L. Stanton
TBEASUBSR-J* H. Tbomaa
AUDITOR-Chas. I. Sherril).
SBNATOU-Chas. 8, McCall.
RRPBBSKMIA.TIVES-D. D. MCCQII, Jr.
J. P. Bunoh, Welcome Quick.
MAOISTAIES-C. D. Easterling, T. L.
II. L. MoLaurin, MoCoH
John A. Calhoun. Clio.
W. J. Atkinson, Blenheim,
D. JD. Stubbs, Brightavdle,
W. W. Irby, Smithville.
Bennettsville Church Directory.
METHODTBT-A. B. Watson, P. C..
Sunday sohool 5 00 p. m. Preaching at
11.00 a. m. and8.30 p.m. Prayer meet-!
iog Wed?OBday evemog at 8.00 o olook.
Superintendent Sunday sohool, Phil. A.
BAPTIST-Rev. Bufua Ford, Pastor.
Sanday Babool at 10.00. Preaohing Sun
day at 11.00 a.m., and 8.30p.m. Prayer
meeting'Thuraday evening at 8 o'clock.
Superintendent of Sunday sohool, H. W
PRESBYTERIAN-Bunyan MoLeod Ph.
D.? Pastor. Services every Sabbath
(summer) ll a. m. and 8 p. m.; (winter)
ll a. m. and 7.30 p. in- Prayer meeting
Thursday 5 p. m. Seats free. Stranger?
cordially invited. Sunday sohool every
Sunday 10 a. m. Superintendent, J. T.
lindley. Ali pure ma and children made
welcome et tho sohool.
EPISCOPAL-ROT. O. W. Boyd, Bootor,
Proaohlog evory second and fourth Sunday
at it a.m., and 8.oo p. m. Sunday
Banool at 9.30 a. rn, Dr. J. A. FaUon,
Directory of Bennettsville Lodges
COKSOLIDATED LODGE No. 15, K. O?
P., meoii o?ery second sod fesr&h Mon
day night, at 7.30 o'olook._
' E. Powera, C. C.
C. 1). Hasterling, K. of E. & 8.
MXKMIOP.O LOIK? No. ?>'?, in&eU
Bonn?ttoviU?, bYid*y evening, on or bc
fore ?a?l? lull moon '.\t ii 6'ulock.
.1. ST Kinney i Wt M.
J. I, liudloy, ^-reu-ry.
County Masonic Directory.
MARLBORO CHAPTER NO. 30 E. A.
M., meets at Bennettsville on the second
Friday of eaoh month.
Robt Chaffin, H. P.
H, E. Stockton, Secretary.
EOBEKA LODGE NO. 43, A. F. M.,
neets at MoColl, each Saturday after'
Boon, before thc full moon,nt 4 o'olook.
Aimoru LODGE No. 33, A. F. M.,
meeta at Clio, Saturday on or after each
full moon at 3 o'olook, p. m.
J. T. 8tanton, W. M.
John Parish, Secretary.
County Church Directory.
Bennettsville Circuit Appointments
BEV. J. W. ABIAILL, P. C.
First Sunday-ll a. m., Pino G rovo*
3 p. m., Smyrna.
Second Sunday, ll a. m. MoColl.
3 p. m, Beauty Spot,
Thud Sunday-ll a, m., Pine Grove,
3 p. m, Smyrna.
Fourth Sunday, ll a. m. MoColl,
3 p. m. Beauty ?pot.
Blenheim Circuit Appointments.
BSV. W. B. BAKER P. O.
First Sunday, Hebron ll a. IQ:
Ebenster 3.30 p. m.
SeoondSunday, Parnassus ll a. 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-Preaching e\ery Sunday morning
at ll o'clock. Epworth League Sun
day night at 8 o'clock. Sunday aohool
at 10 a. m. W. A. Hinshnw, Supt.
Prayer meeting Monday night at 8.
Beniah -Preaching every Sunday aft at
4 o'cloek. Sunday school at 3. R.
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Mr. J. R. Patrick of Wilming
ton spent Sunday m town
We regret to report that Mrs.
Mary Dampier is quito sick M
Mr. George Warburton' of
Rockingham wan down Saturday ,
Mr. Edward Powers of Tim
monaville is spending a few days
in town with bis parents
Mr J. A. Calhoun of Clio was
up Monday with a fine lot of
Mr, Edgar Powell of Society
Hill was in town one day last
Mr. Tom Breeden came home
from Wofford College last Wed
Mr. and Mrs. A L?. Grail of
Darlington spent Sunday in our
town visiting relatives
Miss Pearl Edens of Clio, who
has been visiting Miss May
Wright has returned home
Mrs. Helen Welsh of Florence
! spent two days this week with
her daughter Mrs. Sam Heise
Mr. Alvi Newton of Burnt Fae ,
tory was down Saturday. He j
reports good seasons but no hail
Mr. John R. Webster left Wed- .
nesday morning for Darlington
where he has accepted a position, j
Mr. Ernest Pipkin of McColl '
was down Monday. He leaves '
this week to accept a position in 1
Miss Francis Chadbourn of- i
Wilmington who has been visit
ing Miss Annie May Ricaud has
Misses Mamie and Sarah
Brown and Gussie McMillan of
Fayetteville are the guests of
Mrs. Cook Breeden
Mr. Frank Tatum and sister
Miss Julia were the guests of
Hon John L. McLaurin's family
a few days last week
Mr. J. T. Whittaker of Par
nassus is here this week on the
jury. He reports good seasons
-no heavy rains or hail
Mrs Dr. McMillan and two
children of Red Springs have
been spending a "week with uer
mother Mrs. S. J. Adams
Miss Mattie Hawes who has
been visiting Misses Billah and
Coralee Pearson has returned
to her home in Atkison N. C.
We are glad to report that
Master. J. P. Gibson who has
been quite sick is better, also his
mother Mrs. J. P. and daughter
Mr. Noah Bundy the old re
liable melon man, is on the jury
this week. He says he hopes to
have rino melons on the 4th of
i Mr. J. rV. Haidroiv of Brights-1
j v il ?TA? down Saturday, l?o ^ays j
fins section hail not suffered with
rain. Mr. W. G. Stubbs has the
finest cotton in his section
Mrs. A. P Carter of Adams
ville, accompanied by Mrs. Emily
Miles of Tatum left last week to
visit friends and relatives at
Darlington and Timmonsville.
Mrs. Thos Fraser of Hebron
and two little daughters are visi
ting Mrs. Robert Edens of Sum
ter. She writes that the farmers
are blue over excessive rains
and inability to plow
Mrs. B. I. Emanuel and daugh
ters Misses Narcissa and May
left.Tuesday morning for Knox
ville, Tenn, where the young
ladies will attend the Summer
School for Southern Teachers
Hail Storm Wed ne i day.
About 3.45 Wednesday after
noon there was a heavy storm of
wind, rain and hail in the Bethel
section, which done considerable
damage to corn and cotton. Among
those who suffered most are R. L.
Kirkwood, W. M. Smith, Claude
Moore, Wm Usher, J. B. Town
send and Ben Herndon. They say
the clond moved rapidly ; the rain
and hail wai over in 10 minutes,
leaving the cotton rows full of
water and much of it destroyed
with the corn.
First Cottou Blooms.
Last year we had blooms hy the
14th of June. This year the firat
we hear of were seen on the 22nd.
Mr. C. T. Hamer, of Tatum flec
tion, and Mr. J. F. McKinnon,
of Hebron both send us blooms
of tho 22nd. Mr. J. B. Rogers of
Brightsville township sent us one
that opened on the 23d. They
wero taken from the fields and
from stalks full of forma.
The colored harbor at George
town sentenced to be hung to-day
took poison and killed himself.
He said ho would never hung.
That Throbbing Headache
Would quickly lette yon, if yog uied
Dr. King's New Lit? Pills. Thousands of
onfrororo bttTO proTed their matchless merit
for Hk-k end Nervoui JfeadtobM. They
nuke pure blood end build op your health.
Only 25 mute, money back it not nu rod.
Sold by J, T. Dougie* & Bro Druggist.
Laces and embroideries at less
than cost for 15 days at Mittle's
White Jap silk waist lace trim
med very new all silk for Mittle's
salo $1.49 oaeh.
NICE FRESH LOT
FOR SALE BV
C. $0 Sf ?CAM*
TOWN ?ND COUNTY NEWS. .
;- Spring chickens are scarce
-Have you seen the Town
Clerk about your taxesV
- Court opened Monday with (
Judge Gage presiding
- Messrs T. D. and C. S. Mc- ;
Call have the finest cotton seen
-The longest days this month
were the hottest, but we had
some pleasant nights
-- The hailstorm in Williams
burg county last Thursday beats
them all. Read the particulars
on the 4th page
Boys knee pants, sizes \
5-10 25c at Jackson's.
- The colored folks are pre
paring for a grand picnic and ?
educational meeting at Clio on
tho 4th of July
- The Democrat returns 1
thanks to Mr. W. J. Covington 1
for two heads of the largest and
finest cabbage seen yet
Mittles shirt sale means good
shirts 39o worth 60 to 75o each
- A number of the colored
masons of our town went to So
ciety Hill Wednesday to join the j
Lodge there in celebrating St. >
John's Day i
One day last week cotton sold
in the city of Spartanburg for 13 j
cents. If cotton will average 10
cents this fall farmer and mer- ?
chant alike will have prosperity, j
Mittle only advertises facts, ho
among the first to get the best se- '
- The express office has been ,
moved to the new drug store ,
building on Marion street j
- The entrance examinations :
to Winthrop Normal and the
College of Charleston will both 1
be held the same day nt Bernie tts
Mittles cost sale ia on which
means the best to be had at Manu
facturers cost. j
- Don't wait to be asked for
Your commutation tax
Boys shirt waists only ?
25c at Jackson's
83ir* A full line of boys knee
pants 25c to $1.00 at
.- Commutation Tax is due
-better see the Town Clerk at
Lemons extra Fancy ouly 20c
doz at W. M. Rowe's |
<- Our town Clerk is ready to i
write your receipt for the License
tax-also the first installment of
the tax levy for the Electric
Real -c.-3 grenu- coffee 9l t-101
ois at V7. M. Koree 's. "
Boyal ??ki.?g Poy/ilovs nt
W. M; How o's.
mr Just ??coiveil a new lot of
good Iresti tea ??O io $1.00 poi lb ?.ii
W. M Howe's.
NOTICE-1 HAVE REMOVED MY
OFFICE TO THE ROOMS OVER THE
"PLANTERS NATIONAL BANK."
H. H. NEWTON.
Sept 1, 1902.
WANTED-A young man, age
20, not afraid of work, will ac
cept any honest position cheap
Address M. care Democrat.
W&~ If you want a good smoke
try a Cubanola Cigar for Bale at
W. M. Rowe's.
SGT" Pipos aud Smokers Supplies in
endless variety can be found at J. T.
Douglas & Bro.
S&~ Knox's, Cooper's, and Cox's
gelatine at W. M. Bowe's
A complete line ol Armours
Canned meats at W. M? Rowe's
t&~ Octagon Soap only $3 70 per
case at W. M. Rowe's.
"Strength and vigor come of good
food, duly digested. ?Force', a ready
to serve wheat and barley food, adds
no burden, but sustains, nourishes,
Get a skirt, you will get it cheap
at Mittle' s special sale.
Driven to Desperation.
Living at an out of the way placo re
moto from civilization, a family is ofion
dtlvon to desperation in easo of accident,
resulting in Burrin, Cuts, Wounds, Ulcers,
sto. Lay in a supply of Bnoklon'* Arnica
Suive. It,'n tba best on oartb 350 at J. T.
Doug lan Bro's Drug Store.
YOUNO PEOPLE'S WEEKLY.
If you want your boy or girl to have a
good paper for their own reading give
them tho "Young People's Weekly'' the
[eadine young people's paper of America
:;o nt t>? ni OL' fiaoh week from 8 to 12 pages
solid food for young minds/ Subscribers
to tho DEMOCRAT can havo it sont to any
address for 25 cts. Remember tho prico
af tho two papers is only $1.25.
Worst of all Bzporionoos.
Can anything be wons than to feol ttat
avery minute ii yorir laat? Such was the
exp?rience of Mri. S. H. bowson, Decatur,
Ala. "For three yean" Bte writes, "J en
dured insufferable pain from indigestion,
itQmacb and bowel trouble. Death seemed
inevitable when doctors and all remedies
failed. At length I was induced to tr?
Electric Bittora and the rosoltwas miracu
lous. I improved at onco and now I'm
?fl?r>P!otoly repoyorod. For Liver, Kidney,
Stomach and Bowel troubles tjjtootria Bit
ters is tho only medicino. Qnly 50c. jl'a
guaranteed by J. T. Douglas & Bro Drug
Une Two Horse WAQQi},
A tot of HORSE FEED,
A lot of LUMBER oi diflcrcnt kinds,
Tun?) J, 1903. P. C, EMANUEL,
Frayer meeting at Prcabytorlaa church
rhareday attornoon at 5 p. m. *'
Tho hour for evening services at Ibo
murohos ?a now 8.30 o'clock.
Prayer moetlag at the Baptist ohuroh
avery Thursday evening at 8.00.
Prayer meeting at the Methodist church
avery Wednesday ot 8.00 p. m.
The hoar for Sanday School at the
Methodist church baa been changed to
5 00 o'clock la tbo afternoon.
The New Methodist Church.
Mr. Editor:-We will occupy our
new church next Sunday morning for
the first time. Services appropriate to
tho occasion will be conducted by the
pastor. Oar friends are cordially in
vited to worship with us on this joy??
On Sunday night wo will have a
"Children's Service" commemorative
of the 200th anniversary of the birth
af Wesley. To both of the?e services
the public are cordially invited.
A. B Wutson, t\ C.
June 23. 1903.
MARION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS.
Timm BOUND-E. P. TAYLOB, P. B.
Jilo and Beniah, at Beniah July 25,26
Bennettavillo ot, Beauty Spot Joly 36,37
Brlghtflvillo, Boykiu, August 8,9
Blenheim ot, Zion, " 15
Boanettavilio Sta, " 15,16
McColJ & Bcnnettavillo Millo,
North Marlboro, Now Hope, " 32,33
Brownsville, 4.30 p. m. " 3?>3i
rho Hail Storms.
Mr. Jonathan Woodley visit
ed the Judson section last Fri
day to see the effects of the hail
storm last Wednesday night.
His son Mr. Chas. H. Woodley
had a fine crop which was badly
cut up, he thinks 8300 damage
was done. He saw others that
were also seriously hurt.
Mr. J. D. McLaurin of Red
Bluff was in town Monday. He
Bays quite a number east of Mc
coll suffered severely. How
thankful we should be that the
hail storms have not been more
ICE! ICE! ICE!
I want you all to know that I
have opened in connection with
my market an ice house and am
prepared to fill all orders tor ice
in any quantity at right prices.
Send me your orders and soe if
I don't fill them promptly. . Call
?ind get tickets if you desire to
save a ti noy ?ince in making cb au ge.
C. F. Covington. .
Patience- xVhr should the
pen < <i considered mightier tb i* o
the s word i 1
Patt i ip -. 1 ' ?oa?se i t : s easier j
to make a t J arne with il: -Von-j
fee?rs Stittesmnn ;
The value of raw cotton ex
ported in the ll months endiug
with May is, according to the
preliminary figures of the U. S.
Treasury Bureau of Statistics,
?308,747,095, which is $5,000,000
in .excess of the highest eleven
months' record ever heretofore
Fresh tostimony in great quantity ia con?
stunt ly coming in, declaring Dr King's
New Discovery for Consumption Coughs
ind Colds to bo unequaled. A recent ex
pression from from T. J. McFailand Bon
torville, Va , serves as example, no writes:
"I bad Bronchitic for three years and doc
tored all the time without being benefited
Then I began taking Dr. King's New Di?.
:o\ery, and a few bottles wholly cured me.''
Equally effective in curing all Lung and
Throat troubles, Consumption, Pneumonia
md Grip. Guaranteed by J. T. Douglas &
Bro Druggist Trial bottles free, regular
sizes 50c and Si co.
The progressive young ladies of
Marlboro aro offered free scholar
ihips by the South Carolina Feder
ttion of Women's Clubs io the
following institutions of learning:
JharleBlon kindergarten and Nor
Clifford Seminary, Union, S. C.
The examinations will bo bold
Iu)y 10 at BennottBville. Appli
cants must file their names before
July ?. with Miss Louisa B. Pop
lenheim, 31 Meeting St, Charles
on, S. C.
Not cheap goods but good
jooda at Mittle's store.
The Democrat and the Semi
vcekly Atlanta Journal one year
The Democrat and McCall's
Magazine-an excellent Lady's
3qok for $}.50
The Sunny South and t}lP Peino
:rat for only ?1.50
Thc Democrat and NEW IDEA
br $1*50. Sample can had.
)on!tyou Loge Flowers?
If so, and you want some pretty
lots of all sizes in which to place
hem, call at thp llardware store
md ypu cap bp suited.,
I Attorney at L-nw and
OOloo in Court Hon BO,
Tnejr Were Unknown Until Aft?* th?
Invention ot rrlntlnir. ^
Tito most surprising thing In the
tory of tito title page ls tho fact tba1
lt was utterly unknown until a fa
years after tho Invention of prto
In tho duys before thut great era, wh<
all books were lo manuscript, no scriber*
over thought of prefacing his worv
with a separate page or leaf ttevotet) tv
When printing took the placj of writ
ing, changes ennui gradna Hy. In. many
early printed hooks -there was still
scopo for handwork. Initial letters wera
left for tho "rabrlsher," na ho was
called, to decorate and Illuminate by
- As books multiplied this practice, of
course, soon died out Occasionally
wealthy and luxurious book owners
would employ a skillful Ulumlnntor to
adorn tho pages and margins of a print
ed book just as in former days munn
scripts bad been illuminated. s
The manuscript practice of surround
ing tho text with an ornamental border
was also often applied to carly printed
books. The introduction of thc title
page showed tho same mingling of old
Printing was lnventod about 1450, .
hut no tl tl o page, properly so called, ls
known before 14T0. In tho earliest ex- '
amples tho title ls either, es In manu
scripts, given in tho first two or threo
lines of the first page, to bo Immedi
ately followed by the printed text, or
il simply, as lt bas been called, o'la
bel-that ia, M consists of a ver* Met
title at the fop of a blank page.
There was ono curious exception. A
"Kalendar" printed by Ratdolt at Ven
ice in 14TC has a full title page in tho
modern style. This remarkable page
consists of an Introductory poem sur
rounded on three sides by ornamental
borders, with, at the bottom, the place
of printing nud dato-"VenetUs, 1470"
-and the names of thc printers.
But this ls quite an exceptional in
stance. Such a title page is hardly
found again for twenty years and-did
not become common till about 1520,
moro tliun forty years later.
A particularly noticeable feature In
many title pages of the sixteenth and
early seventeenth centuries is tho
length of the descriptivo titles. Con
troversial pamphlets and books of trav
el and adventure especially have titles
which are extraordinarily long winded.
The whole page ls filled with small
type, giving an analysis of the contents
of book or pamphlet. <
Thon toward the end of tho seven
teenth century and through its suc
cessor came the reign of tho bold and
plain title page, and the plain title has
lasted until the present day.
In the south of Europe thc rosemary
has long had magic properties ascribed
to lt The . Spanish ladies used to wear
lt ns an antidote against thc evil eye,
and the Portuguese collei it the clQu
plant and dedicated lt to the fairies.
The idea of the antidote may huvo
been due to n confusion of tho name
with that of the Virgin; but, as a mat
ter of fact, tho rosmnrlnus is frequent
ly mentioned by old Latin writers, In
cluding Horace and Ovid. The natue
came from the fondness of the plant
for the seashore, where lt often gets
sprinkled with the "ros," or dow of the
sea-that Is to say, "sea spray. Another
cause of confusion perhaps was that
tho" !?r.v?fj' or th? plant somewhat ?.*.
Hcmbhi those of the Ju?ilpcii-, w hich iii
media) vu I ch JOH yV.ir. tiela sacred '?. lue
Virgin 'if. ivy.---Ali the Year Round;
Y.?iv Tt?nuy ?"iifl(; ?\ I;* ii ll,
It id tito fault J.na thu cause ot tba
tathire vi so u*uay bright, capable
young men that, being put into a cer
tain workday rut they make no effort
to climb or even crawl out of it. They
do not seek the work that ia not rou
tine and go beyond thc terms of tho
bond in search of additional labor in
order to 'attract the approving notice
Of their employers; they do not go to
their posts boforo or remain at them
after the fixed hour; they af? content
to do enough, and no more than enough,
to carn their hire. The life of the nv
crago clerk ls generally genteel, easy,
cleanly. He need not soil bia band?
or his clothes, and his ambition ls sat
isfied with those pleasant conditions,-.
Sad State of Poet?jr.
For songs the uso of poetry has far
some time boen abandoned, and words,
any sort of words, have been employed
Instead. With patriotic songs any sug
gestion of poetry ls held to be fatal to
success. It ls probable that in anoth
er ten years somo mombvr of parlia
ment will introduce a short bill making
thc production of auy other sort of
poem a criminal offense, and lt ls not
Impossible that the member of parlia
ment will bo a pubilBher.-Macmillan*?
Men Repent, nut Do Not Cm?T*
Grant - It is easier to say a goad*
thing than to do a good thing.
Henderson - Very true. But when
you say a good thing you ate flattered*
by persons right and left making uso*
ot lt as if lt were their own, but yeti
lia ve fow copyists when you do a good**
AAv?i>ta?fp of l'uottfow,
"Hold on I" exclaimed the boy.wW[?b]
ivas under. "Let's arbitrate this thin/ft;V?
"There tilu't notbiu' to arbitrate'^
[Minted tho boy on top, pummeUng**?
rigorously .- Chicago Tribune, ^fk
Wim? Won ia Von Dot
People pre fond of telling what ttic'v
vould do if they had ti^fiO?^. :?VB
tafe to bet that nine men "gut of ..Je "
hey had $1,000,000 would do noM
-Kansas City Independent JJ
? ,_,_\is ?"^
Quite a number of men have rnletivh>
in Wall street for Easy, otrect-rjD<$C
Flowers ! Flowers i
Mrs. Jno S. Moore has a fine
ot of Geraniums, Begonias
Ferns, Palms and other plants, I
voil rooted, that she desires to|
iel! Cuttings 2Ge per dozan.
We arc manufacturing TOBACCO 1
FLUES. Sec us before buying. \Ve|
will save you money.
Febjlitf P. A. I?Qp?iES.
AH goods boqght of W. M.
Howe aro guaranteed to bo frosh
ind give perfect satisfaction if not
you can return thorn qnd g?fi
/our iflonoy back.
??3^ Refld every page,
Yes, read every line,
Por by this gauge
ft my "JW Pt time.
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Robort Word. Maxey'?1, ?a., eaya: "1
.sufiorud irom blood poison, wy hoad, luce
und shoulder were ono wufiB ol' corruption,
ache? in boucs and joints, burning, ?toll;
?og Fcabby skiu; was all run down and
discouraged, but Botanic Blood Balm
cured mo perfectly, hoaled all the sores
and gave my skin tho rioh r?low of health,
Blood Balm put new lifo into my blood,
and new ambition into my brain. Geo.
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pimples, chronic sore on baok of head,
suppurating swelling on nock, ealing ul
cer on leg, bono pains, itching skid
cured perfectly by Botonio Blood Balm
hores all hoaled. Botanic Blood Balm
cures all malignant blood troubles, sud
ss eczema, scabs and scales, pimples,
running borea, carbuncles, scrofula, etc.
Especially advised for all obstinate caset
that havo reached tho second or third
stage. Druggists, $1. To prove it cures,
sample of Blood Bahn sent (ree and pro<
paid by writiug Blood Balm Go., Atlan
ta, Ga, Describe trouble and freo medica!
advice sent -in sealed lotter. For salo al
J. T. Douglas & Bro.
All that is up-to-date in ready
to wear hats, shirt waist suits,
aud alippera at Mittle' s store.
A full line of H. J. Heinzs Go,
Pickles Preserves, Ketchups, Sau
ces, Jellies &o. at
W. M. Rowe's.
CANE SEED-BOTH AMBEH
AND BLACK TOP.
At c. s. MCCALL
ron SALE !
TWO FINE JERSEY COWS,
with first calf. They are
beauties. Price $35, $40 each.
C. F. MOORE..
Nothing has ever equalled it.
Nothing can ever surpass it.
If ft? /"?ON817MPTION price
A Perfect For All Throat and
Cure : Lung Troubles.
Money back if it fails. Trial Bottles free.
Are thc V*.,CIUJ?'H Favorito, Tliu Poult r>
ular/.. I 'hoioa--in fuel they um tito
Pttda of IL? Poultry Wodi !
Why riv .aint. Tlioroiigbbrtid Vowls in
ii!n:?d of flcrubri 2 1 cnn soil you cubic)
Eggs from goanine thoroughbred B. P. Il'i
of the calcbrated "Hawkine,'* "Milea'* and
'.Vuudebilt" BtraiuB, and remember tbat il
is just as cosy to ruine a io lb. Plymouth
Roek as it is a baby Bantam or a Frizslj
Scrub. $i for So tiing of 15 Eggs,
$1 75 for two settings 30 eggs.
E. C. NEWTON, Tatum, fl. 0.
11 I 1 I , LL
A FREE PATTERN t
if oat owe eelsclloa) to every "sn*.
scriber. Ouly SO coal? a Tsar.
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f?iMon. ; dre?making economic? ; feen
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tumi Aiicwfd ami Perlerillosi 1
toe Qa UL-, j tai Settles Lines.
OB!/ lo and ij ceil, cn h- non? td (Wi,
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at to rn e T'a feo. Special prfco by eomrnUP
Icatlns with tho publlilicroC this panon
Freo s enrol) and report on potontabltitr.
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Opp. U.S. Patent Office, Washington, D.CV
Reduced to FIFTY
CENTS A YEAR
TTHIS ls the cheapest and best
1 Fashion MJgJilne now fee-?
foro thc American public, lt shows
Mow Ideas i:i Fashion, In Millinery,
In Embroidery, in Cooking, in
Woman's Work :tt.d In Reading:
beautifully illustrated In colors and
tn black a-.d white. Above all, ll
shows thc very fashionable NEWIDOI
STYLES, m?<k hom Ntw IDEA PAT
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fersstarrU copy et) tb? Rr tv IOKA WOMAN'S
MAtamiSsMS, ?vd saa wiul creel valus
fer the money ll nut ?.na yu?,. || a?J
Ss?B? ">?TVVBLionise .?. Il
V-A Ut CKIH ? or*.
.^-TL ^ i*? perfect ?ummer cereal. ?n?
^?^.Ijpuld bf mada ?o teten eal?drw
In " Sew to Peed Children." '
FOR HARDWARE OP EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Have a large supply of the celebrated *'Far
g mers Friend Corn Plantare w?
u sold a large nnS&r olKWepfe
past three seasons, and they have given univtrRnl
satisfaction. Every one of them are guaranteed ly TZ ^fo
WE also have ia Stock The COX, The ECLIPSE
and The celebrated CALDWELL GottOIl
Jf*Xd/H"toa^S which we are offering at "rock
WE are also sclliDg The Celebrated CSkA-INTT
Bee rcs Be:? sre Buying Antila:
?? Ont ?|??y3 asi OT? are in Position
To Make it interesting to You.
. Very respectfully
February 26, 1903.
J. T. DOUGLAS. A. 0. DOUGLAS
J.T. DOUGLAS ft BROTHER,
-Practical Pharmacists and Dealers iii .
g&nre B?nigs and patent Medicines,
Plain and Fancy Stationery and School Supplies.
D?&lmts, Oils? Yaraisli, Iteiifthes,
GLASS and PUTTY." \
^.FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO.-^
Prescriptions carefully compounded al all hours
and guaranteed to be of the Purest Drugs and at
A fuii line Garden Seed & Onion Sets.
TlianJcful for past liberal patronage we solicit a continuanceof same
, T, DOUGLAS & BRO.
AT THIS OIID STAND.
January ll, 1902.
TM DEB MAMINE GO.,
W. P, BREEDEN, Jr. MANAGER.
T^^GlOL?xx&xry of All Kinds
AND GENERAL REPAIR WORK, ^>
- DEALER IN AND MANUFACTURER OE
Ceiling, Flooring, Siding, Brackets,
Balusters, Newels, &c,
BUILDING MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS,
IF YQU ABE IN NEED OF any kind of LUMBER, -ough
or dressed, we would be glad to have vou call at our MILL
and look over stock.
t?ST Phone ordere promptly attended to?