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BENNETTSYEJLB, S. C.
BY S. A. BROWN A CO.
Office on Marton Street Qpitosite^
Masonic Hall.
Friday, August 7, 1903.
Our Town Gorvernment.
MAYOR-P. A. Hodges
; ALDERMEN-J. Frank Breeden, C. S.
Chaffin, A. G. Sinclair, W. W. Pato.
CLERK SC TREASURER-Milton Mc
< Laurin. Office open daily.
POLICE-H. S. Quick, G. B. Barrett
Marlboro County Officers.
'SHERIFF-J. B. Groon
CLERK OF CLEBK-J. A. Droko
J un OK OF PROBATE-M. MoLaurin
CORONER-C. F. Covington
SUPERVISOR-M. E. Coward
SOFT. EDUCATION-W. L. Stanton
.TBEASUBFB-J. H. Thomas
AUDITOR-Chas. I. Shcrrill.
SENATOR-Chas. S. MaCall.
REPRESIKTATIVES-D. D. McColl, Jr.
J, P. Bnnoh, Welcome Quick.
MAQisrAiES-0. D. Eastorling, T. L
Crosland, Bennottuvillo,
H. h. MoLaurin, MoC'oli
John A. Calhoun. Clio,
W. J. Atkinson, Blenheim,
D. D. Stubbs, Brightsville,
W. W. Irby, Smithville._^
Bennettsville Church Directory.
METIIODTBT-A. B. Watson, P. C.
Sunday school 5 00 p- m. Preaching at
11.00 a. m. and 8.30 p.m. Prayer meet
ing Wednesday oveuing at 8.00 o'clock.
Superintendent Sunday school, Phil- A.
Hodges.
BAPTIST-Rev. Rufus Ford, Pastor.
Sunday school at 10.00. Preaching Sun
day at 11.00 a.m., and8.30p.m. Prayer
meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Superintendent of Sunday school. H. W
Carroll
PRESBYTERIAN-Bunyan McLeod Ph
D., Pastor. Services every Sabbath
(tammer) ll a. m. and 8 p. m.; (winter)
ll o. tu. and 7.30 p. m. Prayor meeting i
Thursday s p. m. Seats free. Stranger?
cordially invited. Sunday school every
Sunday 10 a. m. Superintendent, J. T.
Dudley. All parents and children made
welcome at tho sohool.
HPIBCOPAL-Rev. C. W. Boyd, Rector,
Preaching every second and fourth Sunday
at II a. m., and 8.oo p. ra. Sunday
oohocl at 9.30 a. m. Dr. J. ?. Fuiuon,
Superintendent.
1,1 1 1
Directory of Bennettsville Lodges
CONSOLIDATED LODGE NO. 15, K. of
P., meets every second and fourth Mon
day nights at 7.30 o'clock.
E. Powers, 0. C.
C. D. Eastcrling, IC of lt. & S.
'Mk^umno Loiifi.* No. 83, -re?r nf
BeouetieviUe, Friday evening, on or i>e
forci each" full moon ai S o'clock.
;; . ^ i. v. K?aQ?i. w- M'?
J". l;,T)u?ley, Secretary;
. (Jaunty Masonic Direct >n
MARLBORO CHAPTER NO. 30 R. A.
M., meets at Bennettsville on tho Becond
Friday of each month.
Robt Chaffin, H. P.
II, E. Stockton, Secretary.
EDBEKALODOE NO: 43, A. F. M.,
neets at McColl, each Saturday after
noon, before the full moon,at 4 o'clock.
AURORA LODGE No. 33, A. F. M.,
meets at Clio, Saturday on or after each
full moon at 3 o'clock, p. m.
J. T. Stanton, W. M.
John Parish, Secretary.
S-'?'l. *i . I .. ll . "? ? I 1 . ? " *
County Church Directory.
Bennettsville Circuit Appointments
BEV. J. W. AIUAILL, P. C.
First Sunday-11a.m., Pine Grove*
3 p. m., Smyrna.
Second Sunday, ll a.m. McColl.
3 p. m. Beauty Spot,
Third Sunday-ll a, m., Pine Grove,
3 p. m, Smyrna.
Fourth Sunday, ll a. m. McColl.
3 p. m. Beauly Spot.
Blenheim Circuit Appointments.
REV. TV. B. J1AKER P. 0.
First Sunday, Hebron ll a. nr.
Ebenezer 3,30 p. m.
Second Sunday, Parnassus 11 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 every Sunday morning j
at ll o'clock. Epworth League Sun
day night at 8 o'clock. Sunday school
at 10 a. m. W. A. Hinshnw, Supt.
Prayor meeting Monday night at 8.
Beulah -Preaching every Sunday aft at
4 o'clock. Sunday school at 3. R.
M. Jackson,JSupt.
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Itch, Sores and chronic skin diseases.
Send 35 cents and get a package hy
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PERSONAL
Mr. Walter Mason of Gibson
spent Tuesday in town
Miss Mattie McCall ls visiting
the Misses Hendrix in Choraw.
Miss Nora Bounds of Florence
is visiting relativos in our town
Mr. J. F. Everett and family
have gone to Myrtlo Beach
Mr. and Mrs Luther Coxe are
here on a visit to relatives.
Mr. Clarence Breeden has
been spending 10 days ut Jackson
Springs
Mrs. Jack Lido and children
have gone lo Maxton to spend
some time
Miss Nollie Bristow of Flor
ence js visiting friends and rela
fives in our town
Mr. J. C, McKenzie of McColl
has taken a position in Ladd's
Drug Storo in Cheraw
Mrs. Laura Moore is spending
some time with her daughter
Mrs Collins in Horry.
Miss Eloise Faison who has
been spending some time at Mt.
Airy has returned homo
Miss Eunice Ford, returned
Monday night from a pleasant
visit to Chattanooga, Tenn.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Moore and
Miss Olivia Cook have been re
creating at Myrtlo Beach
Mr. E. A. Coxe of Brownsville
was up Saturday. He reports
good crops and fine prospects
Miss Maud Quick of Red
Springs is spending some time
with her uncle Mr. T. A. Odom.
Master James Howell and sis
ter Miss Ella Howell are here on
a visit to relatives and friends
Mr, J. C. McHae of Clio section
was up salesday. He says bc
never hud better crops especially
corn
Mr. F. H. lvey was up sales
day. He reports good crops and
the heaviest pumpkin seen-78
pounds.
Mr. P. G. Stewart of Robeson
county spent Saturday and Sun
day with his brother in law Mr.
S. O. Thomson
Mr. T? A. Odom spent Friday
at Red Springs with relatives.
Ho feasted on chicken, fruit and
other good things.
Mrs. Julia Mittle and daughter
Miss Rachel have returned from
a pleasant trip to Norfolk, Balti
more and New York
Mr. B. F. Huckabee of the
Dillon section was up Friday. He
reporst good crops and happy
hearts at home
Mr. John R. Webster, who is
now holding a position in Dar
lington, spent Monday afternoon
and nisrht at home
Mrs. ."James H6well and two
children ol Wilmington uro here
isiting her parents, Mr, and
m-s. Wallace Swann
Misses Ktiiel M au sh ip of Me
Coll and Berta Fletcher of
Adamsville are visiting Miss
Pearl Gibson of Rockingham
j Mr. James Liles of Brights
ville was down Saturday He
was just up from a spell of sick
ness. He reported fine showers
Friday
Mr. Arthur Douglas has re
turned from a short stay at Myr
tle Beach, Conway county. He
was not much struck with that
place.
Mrs. Ellen Crowley, who has
been staying with her sons, W.
C., and J. C.. iii Adamsville, has
gone to spend some time with
her daughter Mrs. Francis Cro
ley in Red Hill
Mr. Wm Webster, formerly of
this county but now located near
Red Springs, came down Sunday
evening and spent thc night with
his brother-in law Mr. D. D Mc
Du ftie
Mrs. W. M. Pordew, . accom
panied by her niece Miss Annie
Pearson of Alabama who has
been spending a short time in
ojr town, left Wednesday for
Mrs. Perdew's home in Greens
boro
Mr. William Spears, one of
Hebron's modal farmers, was up
salesday. Ho has tho best crops
for years-both corn and cotton.
He has a small patch of im
I proved cotton, ono stalk of which
has 208 bolls and forms
I Mr. George F. Webster for
years a resident of Red Hill and
manager of the *'Brushy Bay"'
farm for Chancellor Johnson
but now residing in Robeson
county near Maxton, was in town
salesday and called. He reports
good crops, lino health and a
happy time generally. Wo were
I glad to meet him again
Our Prize Offer.
Tho Marlboro Democrat will
he Kent one year to the farmer in
Mniiboro county sending the
Democrat office the largest water
melon between tho 25th of July
nne the 25th of September, 1903.
A careful record will bo kept of
all tho melons sent and their oxact
weight, and tho names of those
who send them and the weight ol
each melon will be published in
this paper Oct 1.
That Throbbing Hontlnche
Would (|iii<:kly lonvo yon, if you UBcd
Dr. King'fi New Lifo Pilla. Thousands of
suiicrorH hnve proved their matchless merit
for Sick nrid Nervons Headache.! They
niuke pure h'ood nnd build up your health.
Only 2j conte, money bnck if not cured.
Sold by J, T. Douglas ?te Bro Druggist.
?SsT" If you want a good smoko
try a Cubauola Cigar for salo at
W. M. Rowe's.
TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS.
- Full moon to-morrow
?-Masons meot to-night
- August hss five Sundays
- Have you seen the comet
yet?
- Devoe has up the black fla?
for Sunday
- The colored Sunday schools
picnicked at Burnt Factory last
Thursday
- If you want a nice home in
Robeson, write J. D. Brown
Fayetteville and you can get it
-The boll weavel or whatever
I you call it has gone to work in
I some cotton fields
- Tho electric lights were
I turned on Tuesday night andi
j made a fine show for light
- The. first bale of new cotton '
[for Georgia was sold Monday
I for 15 cents
- Plant Buisls Ruta Baga
?turnips and make big ones for
market. You get seed at (J. S.
McCall's
- Mr. C. M. Graham of Brushy j
Bay lost a barn full of tobacco
on Friday morning last-about
1000 lbs.
- Fifteen Phone's were burnt
out ou Saturday afternoon, but
Mr. White had them all repaired |
in two hours
A full line of boys knee I
pants 25c to $1.00 at
Jackson^.
Lemont* extra Fancy only 20c?
I doz at W. M. Rowe's
- Our town Clerk is ready to
write your receipt for the License
tax-also the first installment of
tho tax levy for the Electric
Light plant
Real good green coiYoe 8 J to 12 j j
lets at W. M. Rowe's.
Roval Bakiug Powders at
W. M. Rowe's.
f?T" Just received a new lot of
good fresh tea 50c to $1.00 per lb at
W. M Rowe's.
NOTICE-1 HAVE REMOVED MY
I OFFICE TO THE ROOMS OVER THE
'PLANTERS NATIONAL BANK."
H. H. NEWTON.
Sept 1, 1902.
M&~ Pip?a and Smokers Supplice in
I endless variety can be found ut J. T.
Douglas & Bro.
B6y Knox's, Cooper's, .and Cox's
gelatine at W; Mi Rowe's
A complete lino of Armours
Canned meats at W. M? Rowe's
?6y* Octagon Soap only $3.70 per
I case at W. M. Rowe's.
?New Sf are, at N?wt?hsville?
j Mr. W. W. Duun, recently of
!';'? >>T, N. O.j baal leased the afore
<.>( Mri L. D, Newton at Newtori
Iyilki anti wi)) opon at once ix. stock
if Dry Goods, Notions, ?nd ?SUipie
and Fancy Groceries. It is a fine
location and he will spare no
iffort to secure a liberal share of
the trade.
I The New Railroad.
The iron on the new railroad
to Kollock has been laid to the
I Pledger Place (Dudley farm) and
next week they hope to get lo
crooked creek. With no delay
here they will come into town by
the first of September. Saturday
was pay day and there was a
I swarm at the Treasurer's office all
the afternoon of happy faces
Cure For Hog Cholera
Here is a remedy that never fails
to cure hog cholera : Secure a double
| hand full of polk root, chop it up
fine and put it in one gallon of wa
ter. Then boil it down down to
I one-half gallon, and put one-half
pint of it in a bucket of stop and
iced it to the hogs. Cut it out for
your scrap book.
Driven to Desperation.
Living at an out of tho way place re?
moto from civilization, a family ia ofton
driven to desperation in crise of acoidont,
resulting in Burne, Cute, Wounds, Ulcere,
etc. Ley in a eupply of Buoklen'u Aruica
Salvo. It's tho beat on earth 250 at J. T.
Douglas Bro'a Drug Store.
I YOUNO PEOPLE'S WHEKLY.
If you want your boy or girl to have a
good paper for their own rending give
them the "Young People's Weekly'" tho
lcadine young people's poper of America
containing eaoh week from 8 lo 12 pages
solid food for young minds- Subscribers
to lim DEMOCRAT can have it sent to any
address for 25 cts. Remember tho price
of tho two papers is only $1.25.
Worst of all ExporlonooB.
Can anything bo worao than to feel that
every minute ia your Jiwt? Suoh waa the
experience of MrB. S. H. Neweon, Decatur,
Ala. "For threo yoara'' Bho writes, "I en
dured inauffcrahlo pain from indigestion,
stomach and bowel trouble Doatb scorned
inevitable when doctor? and all remedies
failed. At length I wan induced to try
Electric Bittora and tho reanltwaa miracu
lous. I improved at onco and now I'm
completely rcoovored. For Liver, Kidney,
Stomach and Ilowol troubles Eleotria Bit-,
tera ia tho only medicino. Only 50c. It'a j
guaranteed by J. T. Douglas & Bro Drug?
gist
Wo promptly obtain TJ, B. and Koreiffn
PnUmtannn Trmln Mnrkrfor return undro
nt to rn oj" a foo. Special prlco I>y comruunv
lcatlng with tho publisher of thia paper.
Free search and roporton patentability.
S WI FT & CO., ?i?Bii??L'I?;
Opp.U.8. PatontOMcc, Westlington, D.C.
\ RELIGIOUS NOTES.
Uov. J. W. Arlall haa a nicotina tbta
week at Smyrna chu rob.
Bev. F. H. Shuter bas moved bia forces
to Boykln this week.
Rev. A. B. Watson has a mooting in
progress nt the Methodist church-flory looa
daily at 10.30 a, m , aud 8.30 p. m.
Bov. Hr. Harrail has a meeting in pro
grcas at Bi o wno ville Baptist chu reli this
week.
'Yon are cordially invited to attend the
Pro ?hy ter IBU church next Sunday morning
at II o'clook. No evening tervioe.
BOT. E. P. Extorting has a mooting at
HoOoll Baptist church this week. Hs la
assisted by Bev Mr. Battle ot N. 0.
Prayer mooting at Presbyteriaa church
Thursday afternoon at 5 p. m.
Tho hour for evening services at the
churches ?9 now 8.30 o'clook. 1
Prayer mooting at the Baptist obnrob
every Thursday ovontog at 8.00.
Prayer meeting at the Methodist obnrob
every Wednesday at 8.00 p. m.
Tho hoar for Sunday School at the
Methodist church has been obanged to
5 00 o'clock in the afternoon.
MARION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS. '
THIRD BOUND-E. P. TAYLOB, P. E.
Olio and Beniah, at Beniah July 35,36
Bennettsville ot, Beauty Spot July 26,37
Brigbtovillo, Boykin, August 8,9
Blenheim ot, Zion, " 15
Couuettuvillo Sta, " I5,t6
McColl & Bennettaville Mills,
(night) 15,16
North Marlboro, Now Hops, " . 33,33
Brownsville, 4,30 p. m. " 30,3?
U^T* Boys knee pants, sizes
5-10 25c at Jackson's.
Early Sweet Potatoes
Mr. W. A. Smith, of upper
Bennettsville brought us Wed
nesday a mesB of fine sweet po
tatoes as wo usually see in Octo
ber. He also has some of the
finest melons seen-one of which
he weighed turning the scales
at 58. He certainly had success
this year.
Goes to Darlington.
Tho Darlington News saya Mr.
Nathan Toms, who has boon sup
erintending tho Bennettsville
Graded Schools for the past two"
term?, has been elected Supt of
the Darlington Graded School.
Suicido Provontod.
Tho startling announcements that
a preventive of suicide has been dis
covered will interest many. A run
down system, or despondency invar.
?ably precede suicide and something
has been found that will prevent that
condition which makes suicide likely.
At the first thought oi self destruction
take Electric Bitters. It being a great
tonic and nervine will strengthen the
nerve? ?nd b'.'ild up thc rya,?m It'tj
also i great Stomach j Liver and Kid?
ney rpjuidtor. Only 50c. Satisfaction
gu irantei d hy J. 'X'. Douglas & Brio
Druggist.
ikiuuy i'or iota* Ordure.
Mr. L. P. Stubbs of Lester hat
taken the Agency for the Wil
bur's Stock Food, for stock and
poultry. None better on the mar
ket. Every package guaranteed.
It will also prevent hog cholera,
and those who use it can rout easy
as to cure. Orders will be delivered
Write or phone bim and he will
be pleased to give you all informa
tion. R. F. D. No 4. Sold in any
quantity.
"Strength and vigor como of good
food, duly digested. 'Force', a ready
to serve wlieut and barley food, adds
no burden, but sustains, nourishes,
invigorates.' "
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 mo your orders and see if
I don't fill them promptly. Call
and get tickets if you desire to
savo auuoyancein making change.
Respectfully,
C. F. Covington.
(Hurtling Evidonco.
FreB'i testimony in groat quantity is con
stantly coming in, declaring Dr King's
New Dipoovory for Consumption Goughs
and Colds to bo unequaled. A r ooo nt ex
pression from from T. J. McFarland Ben
torvillo, Va., uervos aa example. Ho writei:
"I bad Bronchitis for three years and doc
tored all tho time without hoing benefited
Then I began taking Dr. King's New Dis.
co>ery, and a few bottlai wholly cured me.1'
Equally effectivo in curing all Lung and
Throat troubles, Consumption, Pneumonia
and Grip. Guaranteed by J. T. Douglas &
Bro Drnggiut. Trial bottles free, regular
Biros 500 and 8< 00.
?sST* A full line of boys shirt
waists at Jackson's.
Cheap Read Ins.
The Democrnt and the Semi
weekly Atlanta Journal one yoar
or $1.50.
The Democrat and McCall's
Magazine-an excellent Lady's
Book for $1.50
The Sunny South and the Demo
crat for only $1.50
Thc Democrat and New IDEA
for $1*50. Sample can had.
Don'tYou Love Flowers?
lt so, and you want some pretty
pots of all sizes in which to place
j them, call at the Hardware store
and you can be suited.
MILTON MCLAURIN,
Attorney at Law aud
Probate Judge.
Oflleo in Contt Home.
TBIWVTTJB OF RESPECT,
The \V. P.M. Society at Hebron
hao been called on to mourn (he death
of ono of ita l<rvo.l members. On the
afternoon of June the 14ih Sister Lit.
/.io Covington, quietly paused from
0.11 th to ber reward on high. For
years Rho wau corresponding s?ot'y and
waa ul woy? present at the monthly
mee ti uga until failing health pre
vented heir ntiondauce.
Resolved Iud That aa a society we
miss 'ocr cheerful presence and feel
thut our losa i sj her eternal gaid.
, 2nd. That we strive to imitate her
zeal and loyalty to the mieBiouary
e.-tuso ami that a copy of these r?solu
tioun bc/pt vseated to the family of
the decked und also bo sent to both
county papers.
Mrs Anna Smith,
Mrs Lydia Covington,
Mrs. Virginia Manning.
Committee.
Matrimony and Uhymo.
"Rev. Alo.". W. Beater, in tho
Allan tu Journal, tells the follow
ing story uiscribing it to the Rev
erend B. L. Bovine, of Amor icu B,
Ga.:
Qyer the Chattahoocho in tho
St nie of Alabama there lives a
former who is lomething of a poet.
He id alfp n justice of the peace.
Recently nhilo plowing in his field
a man Bud ? woman, in a buggy,
stopped ?? ed waited until he came
to the end; The end of the row
being reached he approached
thorn. Standing by the side of the
buggy ."' performed the ceremony
with no other witness than the
horse to the buggy and tho mulo
to the plow.
Returning io his office he made
out a ce rt iii cato of marriage which
ran like this:
Stat>) pf Muttama Blount county,
Hay "j tat without i'eo or bounty
I muila Jcruch Kitti Lula truly one,
Boteatlj (lie bright and radiant aun;
Not lu obj mansion of abode,
Bat here la Ibo criddle of tho road
Lot nonu bat tilda who > iolda the thunder
Da . to pet tili loving pair asunder.
TKO Death Ponai ty
A little tiling sometimes results in
der ' h. Th us >t mero scratch, insignifi
can', cuts or ,. : ty boils have paid the
de J Mi penalty. It is W"B<S to have
Bucklen's Arnica Salve ever handy.
ItY ?he best 81 ! va on carih and will
Er;vent fatality, when Burne, Sores
Fleer* and Pilca threaten Otly 23c
'at J. Ti Douglas & Bro Drug Store
I Unalalmod tmara,
i Letton adtlrt mel to the following named
dei n ! fotaain anoolled for ?at the pott
'offle?: lu IlaDLottaville :
Moo's List.
Kinmond Brown, J F Hicks,
i Nearly Harrington, Raocie Rye,
G lii??...VJ, B Wea tb erl y,
ty :> t'U'.Lti'dn, Tonnie Lie Nut '
: .-? . YTe.av.nV Lint.?
Au nu .Brow n, Janie H ii bb a vd,
V'M would ?ive a whole lot to
experience once more the joy
w.- felt the ii rat time we were
allowed io shoot a bunch of fire
wa?k'cr? uti?)?oisted. ,
Futa un Bud to it all.
A grievous (rail oftimes comes as a
result of un bearable pain from over
tcved organE Dizziness, Backache,
Liver eornplaint and Constipation.
But t?iai?b? r i Dr. King's New Life
Piils they nut :in end to it all. They
ar.', gautle but thorough. Try them
Only , Guaranteed by J. T.
Douglas f; : > . Drug Store.
KST*T? those who at the last
State Pail said "Why P ve got
better thu? i hat at home," the
managers eay, "Prove it by be
cptniit? ?th tsUiibitor at the next
State Fail ...ir.h your best. G et
full p??Uoiilri?s from A.W.Love
Chester; S. C
?M ORDINANCE
To prev?n i ari punish the prac
tice of Quilling or Gambling
in the Town of Bennettsville :
Ii3 ?i niiK?iioil by tho Mayor and Alder
men bi thu Town of Bonnettdvllto in Coun
oil K&wuuU?d and b j authority of tho samo:
! KRO. i. Timi, fae playing of any game
win: cania c - lino, raining, oraekaloo, and
any and ill oth?t ;; un on of chance for gain,
in ?riji publie plu'j?, atore, house, ofOco or
ott. bnlHirig ???od aa a placo of baslncRB
of nay I lod, cr moccopiod building wltha
in fl??: .' fiore! o limit of said Town in here
by prohibited.
Bl! Timi iny ; arnon violating thia or'
din i:it <>. npoii . . notion, ehall bc fined
not WM Pian Ftva Djllara nor moro than
On Hundred ihiihua, or bo imprisoned, or
worV oil tho publia works of tho town not
lesi thiiii tan days nor moro than 30 doy?.
DODO and ratified in Oonnoil thia 51h day
of ?i:i;i j ;t. ]) } , ,03.
r, A HODGES, Mayor.
Plowers! Flowers!
Mrs, ?nb 3. Moore has a fine
lot of Geraniums, Begonias
Fen. J, Palms und other plants,
well rooted, that she desires to
se)l Oil - tings 25c per dozen.
?i P rc XA ? NOTICE.
Wc ure manufacturing TOBACCO
FLUES, Set tia before buying. Wc
will save 1 (honey.
l i Ulf P. A. H0DOE8.
All goods bought of W. M.
Rowe t ;? g titirnnteed to bo fresh
and give perfect satisfaction if not
you cr?ii return thom and got
yoiir rooney back.
?4f " i;: < '. very page,
l'es, read every line,
For by ibis gauge
It may pay for time.
Curoa Blood Poison, Cancer, TJlcora. <Eo- I
soma, Carbunclo a, Kto. , Modioino Froc j
Robort Word. Mnxoy'p? Ga., says:
sulTercd from blood poison, my head, faoo
and shoulder weroona maps of corruption,
aches io bones, and joints, burning, itch
log scabby skio;. wos all run down and
discouraged, but Botanic Blood .Balm
cured mo poifeolly, healed Dllthos?ro?|
and gave my tikiu thc rieh j? low of health.
Blood Balm put now lifo into my blood,
and now ambition iuto uiy bruin." Geo.
A. Williams, B'/xbury, foco covered with
pimples, chrunio soro on buck of "hoad,
suppurating sw/lling on neck, cntiug ul
cer on log, Veno paioa. bobine skin,
oured perfectly by Botonio Blood Balm
sores all healed. B?tame Blood . Balm
cures ail malignant blood troubles, such
as eczema, scabs and scales, pimplos,
running sores, carbuncle?, scrofula, cte.
Especially advised for all obstinato -casesI
that have reached tho Second or third
st ago. Druggists, Si. To provo it cures,
sample of Blood Bulm sent irco aud pre
paid by writing Blood Balm Co., Atlan
ta, Oa. Describe, trouble and free medical |
advice t,eut io goaled letter. For sale at
J. T. Douglas Sc Bro.
FOR SALE.
CAR FINEST WHITE CORN,\
FOIl MEAL.
At C. S. MCCALL'S.
A full lino of H J. Heiuza Co.
Pickles Preserves, Ketchups, Sau
ces, Jellies &c. at
W. M. Rowe's. .
For Sale,
For Forage,
CANE SEED-BOTH AMBER]
AND BLACK TOP.
At c. s. MCCALL.
FOR SALE !
I WO PINE JERSEY COWS,
1 with first calf. They are)
beauties. Price $3f), $40 each.
C. P. Moo HE.
Nothing has ever equalled it.
Nothing can ever surpass it.
Dr. King's
New Discovery
* or LSEi^ ttUd soc & si.oo
A Perfect For All Throat and
Cure : Lung Troubles.
Money back ir lt falla. Trial Bottle, f
I ~''?.BARRED l'LYMoiiTM ROCKS,
.'.r;-. Hui Puj-iuor'a Pavoritr-j Tbu ; Poultry?;
man's Cboico-in fact they aro the
Prldo o? tho Poultry World I
Why not raiao Thoroughbred Fowla in-,
atoad of ScrnbB? I can eell you choice
Egge from genuino thoroughbred B. P. RV
of tho celebrated "llawkina," "Milos" and
"Vandobilb1' drains, and romembor that il
ia juBt aa cany to raise a io lb. Plymouth
Rook aa it is a baoy Bantam or a Frizzly
Scrub. $i for Sotiing ot 15 Egge.
$175 for two aettioga 30 eggB.
E. 0. NEWTON, Tatum, S. 0.
; Reduced to FIFTY
CENTS A YEAR
Kew Idea
Woman's
Magazine
Formerly
One
Dollar
. 'THIS !- :! 0 -rp rt aid best
I * Ffe&ta'i l:\V.;l . til'.H HOW be
I i t : li;.; AiiiMIV? : [ lii/.?: ll Si IC WS
i i< .? 'ii ... .s ii, Mlihiicry,
i : rim bi ..ul. ,. y , in Gushing, in
V/?:'. v.' .:'.. j it. Kccdiiig;
b utiliTi:'1! ; : . .1 i v. !? ii aid
i:i bi-.rii * I . ii... Ai v \j nil, ?1
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S-Y?.1'3. !...!: ?? -j: .?..V ?..,.. 1/.T
ii: :.:7. >*!;'....: .-. Ml f 5y )Oc. c::*h.
Send ii.:-. Cer.tsTo cay
k>rIIsln.?lt ; ... :.. !:. ?., u.M.'y-.-.ixMt't
Mn^A.ii.. . i OJ i value
k>r th? t:r..:/ :; . .1... . ,1, . . ?.
vui; Hsu* i\r?:\ ''l?'?i.ir.niKO co.
?..i; !r.ujHi?. n'rw Yolk. Tl. Y.
A FREE PATTERN J
(your own selection) to every mb I
?criber. Ouly 50 coin, a year.
ADIES' MAGAZINE.
beautiful colored pilli?; lurst
; 'lie., i A .i'^ cmnumie j ; fain y
lu.cl.iilj hi|i|? . ticlli.l., tl?. Sub
dir, ur, ?mil ?- (ur Liu .[ cc.uy
MS ?willed. Sri,J lui Inn...
iii, Reliable), Sim?lo, U> to
iC'inonilcAl anil Absolutely
-Fittiiijr Paptir Patterns.
i.&TI?RNSW
AH Seams allowed an/l-rrrl?rjt!er.j "'?i?? I
the rxjiiloa ?na.StHl.iv I'-aei. I
Orly ?9 ?lid 15 rcntWi.ll -Mm Mj.?.r f
Aek lor il..i.? S .11 lr ? AI!, <?,., ...i, !
.nd to.? I,, or hj n..t: If.Y.il I
TiiK yt?-.c.*.i.r. co.,
Il3-Il"!-U7.\?>?t Hil At, V.'W WZK. '
WARNING NOTICE !
hereby warn all poisons not
to hire or harbor my wife Malissa
BvanB, who has left home with
out cause.
ELI EVANS.
July 20, 1903.
F" F_?s?) /M??*?-*? On Summer days so close g
/^ffljati Build up ? fire and atetv B
CSS .uiJ JBfflftJB^ A dish of ? Force/ a howl g
^^^T^^?S^l ,,OB,' ls juet the food to fit our g
jl P^y^^^L ^dIkee?V*'"uno7 Jim " ff
not * blood heater* ^
WenJ Summ? Food. -^.^^^^^^n^P ' |
" ?Force'tn an ideal Bummer food be- J\ \ ? IT'
?canse tt contulna elements for nourishing I \ \ 1 I
orery organ of tho body, la easily digested, I \ \ ? ?
creates what wo know 1B vigor, and at tho . Il \ V ll H
samo timo docs not m&Uo a river of fire I \ \ I |\ ?
out of tho blood. PBUOT G. STAHTOM." ~ yf/ /Jil ^$?5.
W-18 ,
HEAlMIUAIITSillS
POR HARDWARE 01? EVERY HOT
iii
We are Manufacturer's agents for
Engines,' Boilers,
Separators, Saw Mills, and Gins.
?ind am iii position to give as Cheap Prices, aud to sell on as
favorable terms as any firm iu the State.
We have just received a Car load of up-to-date -BUGGIES,
which we are offering at very close prices, and we have the
largest line of BUGGY and WAGON HARNESS ever
over carried in this part of the State. We can save yon :
money on Buggies, Wagons and Harness. '
'.-TTE ARE AGENTS FOR -
The oletea ted .DEEE?NG M A. G HIN E RY,
1 vc sold over Two Carloads Lhus far this season;
See us, ii in need of anything in our line, it.
?will pay you. H?
Very respectfully \
IP. iL &MMBXB?!
July lf>, 1903.
7. T. DOUGLAS.
A. 0. DOUGLAS
.T. DOUGLAS & BROTHER,
-Practical.Pharmacists und Dealers in
pure prugs and patent ^eiicines,
<Tf(ML^
Plain and Fancy Stationery and School Supplies,
fPa??its, ?Ils, Varnish, Brushes*
GLASS and PUTTY.: 3 B
FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
*?* Prescriptions carefully compounded at ail hours
and guaranteed to he of the Purest Drugs and at
reasonable prices.
A full line ??arden Seed & OniorTSets.
Thankful for'past liberal patronage we solicit a continuanceof same
J, T. DOUGLAS t BRO,
January .1, 1902.
AT TBE OZiD STAKT I?,
WM DBS MACHINS ?0o, ;
- _ #
W. P, BREEDEN, Jr. MANAGER.
-DEALER IN
Machinery of All Kindle
AND GENERAL REPAIR WORK, ^>
-ALSO
- DEALER IN AND MANUFACTURER OF -
Ceiling, Flooring, Siding, Brackets,
Balusters, New?fe, &c.
BUILDING MATERIAL W ALL KINDS.
IF YOU ARE 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.
Phone orders promptly attended to?

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