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S. A. JSJtOWN - - - Editor.
Friday, August 14, 1903.
Subl?iptlon Fri cf i
One year.$ 1.00
Six months.50
Three months.25
Why Not Everywhere
Ex-Governor Hogg, of Texas,
is advising the farmers of that
State to organize for "social,
moral, V- charitable and political
purposes."
This certainly good advice. Ev
ery county should have its agricul
tural or farmers association ; not
only for thc purposes unmed but
for mutual protection in tho matter
of trusts, labor troubles, etc. To
keep up the interest, there should j
be no dues levied, everything should
be free and easy. The social fea-'
ture with i.~ discussions or swap
ping experiences, to say nothing o?
tho other advantages will be worth
much to the average farmer.
At Clemson This Week.
The following named farmers of
Marlboro attended the Institute at
C'emeon this week:
J P Hodges, ? C P Hodges,
H M Hodges, M E Brigman,
W B Steele, . J D Easterliog.
II T Easterliog, Loroy Eastcrling,
G W Henrsey, G J Hearsey,
Manly Hunsucker, T lt Adams,
Hobt Coxe, B H Covington,
W A Breeden, Johu K Fletcher,
Bruce Fletcher, BruceMcNair,
John McLaurin, \V. ll McLaurin,
W P Covington, G E Breedeu,
G F Moore, R ?*' Pegues,
W D Evans, J A Woodley,
Mrs. J A Woodley, J T Whittaker,
L D Ivey.
Noted Team Broken,
Mr. Joseph L. Breeden's team
of blacks, "Splash and Dash,"
one of the best and most popular
team of horses, ever brought to
our town, and whick for the past
ten years has pulled the Hearse
for Mr. Barfield, attending fune
rals all over tkexiounly, besides
doing the carriage and wagon
work at home, has been broken
by the death of "Splash.-'
He has never been right well
since the race given kim the af
ternoon Mr. Baxter McLendon
took him and escaped to Hebron
when the shooting of Mr. Wiley
Baldwin occurred, though he
never gave up until about ten
days ago, when he was seized
with white swelling or dropsy,<
which spread over his body and
ren d eren him helpless. Or, Sat
urday bust tostop hie suH'orihg
ho vvasigiven ch lori terni nod lie
went to his ion;: sleep; Kis loss
ts felt but Vu. Breeden hopes lo
(ind ii no! lit-'- hiat? L'or I >?ah
ENTERPRISE IN SMITHVILLE
Capital to Develop the Wealth
of this Part of Marlboro.
The Gibson correspondent of the
Charlotte Observer writes of the
new enterprises started in Smithville
on thc ne v railroad :
Thc Marlboro Fruit Company,
with Di D. McCall as secretary
and treasurer, and 'A. T. Pearson
president, will plant 1)4,000 peach
trees, mostly ot the Elberta aud
(bremen varieties. Five thousand
treesa re now growing and will
bear this season, besides, 25 acres
is in tobacco, 00 in corn, 4() in
sweet potatoes. The company has
a store, sido track and bold stream
on which a knittiug mill will be
established. This property is sit
uated near Osborne, Richmond
county, but is lust across tho line
io South Carolina. The c .urncter
ol' tho soil and climate is similar
to that ot Southern Pines, and
when fruit is killed at all other
points, peaches always "hit" and
are abundant iu this section. It is
expected that northerners will
make oxtenaive purchasos in that
locality and that a vertible "aani
tarium" for northern invalids will
very soon be established near Os
borne in the northern portion of
Marlboro."
Kansas is in need of a great
deal of irrigation, as there are
times when it is so dry in the
western part ol' the state that
you have to soak a hog over
night to make it hold swill;
and there are places where
water is wet only on one side.
I know of a place where the
owner of len y boat hauls water
II months in a year to keep his
ferry boat running. Why, water
is so scarce there that men don't
drink it. The cause of this is
that the railroads of Kansas
have cornered the water supply
of the state to put into their
stock.-Advertiser.
Tobacco planters throughout
the State are holding meetings
and rdopting resolutions to boy
cott the American Tobacco Com
pany's goods in consequence of
the determination of that trust
to force unre munera ti ve prices
on the producer.
(luring tin: electric storm which
visited Charleston .Sunday evening
a colored mun ami his wile got so
bailly scared that they went to bed.
Soon alter the house was .struck by
lightning, both killed and thc house
set on fire.
fi?"' Boy? shirt, waists only
2?c at Jackson's
RED BLUFF JOTTINGS,
Mr. and Mrs J. N. Mu-itmee and
children of Charlotte, are visiting Mrs
Mallonee's parente, Mr. and Mrs. Ales
McBae, of our village
Our little friends of Connie Max
well Orphanage, Annie and Furman
Galloway, after a'months visit among
! friends and kindred returned to said
inBtitutiou on 7th instant. These are
lovely and bright children who re
lied credit upon tho orphanage, its
superintendent and matrons. We are
always pleased to have them visit us.
Our friend, Mr. Luther Parker,
paid us a flying visit a short time
since. For some months he bas filled
a position near Dunn, N. C., but
gave this up for a more lucrative and
responsible one at Morriston, Florida
Ho will keep books for Mr. Bastei
Morrison. Another one of our young
men Mr. James Morrison, left on
samo train for. some other point in
Florida.
We are not willing to spare such
young men from bur community aud
we want them to come back, marry
Red Bluff girls and make Red BluU
their homes at.d make our community
what it should be, a prosperous, pro
greesivo, Cbristiau community.
We were much pleased and beue
fitted by the meeting held by Rev. S
J. Porter in Clio Baptist church. At=
a result of said meeting there were
additions to our church and at least
one more church. Bro P jr tor's weeks
stay ia Clio did much good.
Miss Cora Pitts, Mrs. E. E. Pitts
and Master Dowell Pitts, after a abort
stay with Mrs. J. P. Campbell, left
on Monday morning for their home in
High Point, N. C.
Wo haye had a number of picnics
boro thi3 season. We extend to our
friends a cordial invita ion to repeat
these visits as possible. Throw dull
care away and spend a day frequently
under thc shade of our tress and be
side our splendid spring Our spring
has been noted lor the purity of il?
water for one hundred years or more.
Com crops are fine aad, except on
on sandy land cotton is good.
On 4th Sunday in July Mr. T. C
Weatherly of Bennettsville, made
our Sunday School a most earnest and
practical add ress on our duty as par
ents, lenchers and superintendents to I
our neighbors children and our neigh-j
bor's children. His address wns of a j
high order throughout aud be appeal; '
ed to christian sto live ou a high plane
to obey and uphold the laws on thc
statue books.
Men seem to expect the miuibter of
the gospel to take just tho stand be
tukea but do not seem to expect it
from one "lu the ranks" hence such
words spoken by a you o . man and one
not a preacher carry weight with
ibera. It is in the power of the pew
to do some work the preschet cannot
do.
Friend Harris Parker will leave in
a fow days for Buie's Academy, N, C ,
where be will take a buaiuess course
of some iivo or six months. Hariis
is one of our best and most earnest
young mi'ti, a bard vi <rker find wo
confidently look for hin; lo thaire- his
mark lhere, ll? V?:M u?Company air.
.T?U Willis who inn? already ?peu thine
teni' lhere.
hst-.'vi, i i
j Vi- - ?pe tad') these young tacs.
will learn u great deal, but will come
back and make Red Bluff their homes.
There is no better state than S- C.,
and no better county iu said stale
than Marlboro.
U No Hu
CARD OT THANKS.
We take this method of ex
pressing our heartfelt; thanks to
the kind friends who rendered
us such valued assistance dur
ing the long illness and at the
tinto of our little Ruth's death.
May our Heavenly Father richly
reward all these dear friends.
Arlindo Stanton & Wife.
McColl Aug 10, 1903.
Educational Rally at Hebron.
There will he an educational
rally at Hebron church on Friday
A ug 28th. Gov. Heyward and other
prominent speakers have been in
vited to make addresses.
All friends of education in the)
county .re invited to attend, bring
baskets, and help make thc occasion
a "red letter day" for thc cause of
education in Marlboro county.
Fuller notice will bc given next
week.
i Clemson College will get ?100,
ooo this year from the fertilizer
tag tax.
Owing to thc scarcity of cotton
at this time, many of the mills will,
for tin; next few weeks, work half
time.
The State board of health bas
decided to make an appeal to tho
raanagors of cotton mills to ex
clude from their mills all persons
who have not been properly vacci
nated. Thc hoard declared that
a small percentage of tho mill
operatives have been vaccinated,
aod that the law cannot be en
forced without the cooperation of
tho mill managers.
WANTED-A Competent house
keeper. Apply to
II. IC. Covington,
Bennettsville, S. C.
July 22, l?)0:?.
Thc season is upon us wlien men
go where they don't want to go,
eat what they don't want to eat.
aud pay twice as much for it as it
is worth., and call the wholo busi
ness "a vacation."--Pittsburg Ga
zette.
Wo have just received a
car of nico buggies, which wo are
offering very low. Seo us boforo
buying.
P. A. Hodgcp.
AN APPRECIATION.
MARV ROGERS MCLEOD, whose death
on August 8th, 1903, saddened the
hearts ci our community, was born at
Groveton April 6th 1879. She was the
daughter ot Mr. P. ii. McLeod and
Mrs. Sarah Rogers McLeod and g rands
daughter ot the late, lamented Mrs.
Sarah Drake Rogers. Her lathe* died
during her intancy and her; mother
when she was only sixteen years of agc,
leaving her and her sister the only sur?
viving members ol her immediate iamily.
i In I896 she connected herself with
I the Bennettsvillc Presbyterian Church
and has ever since been an active work
er, an earnest Christian and a punctual
i attendant at all of its services.
In March 1903 she consented to take
a class in our Sunday School, which
class she faithfully met every Sabbath
morning, with one exception, till prc
vented by her last and tatal illness.
Her deep religious faith, her sincerity
ot purpose, her devotion to principle,
the warmth of her affection, a rehned
soul coupled with an active mentality
that entered with the deepest enthusiasm
into all that her hands lound to do, es
pecially in all matters pertaining to her
Church, endeared her, not only to her
daily companions and those associated
with her in her church work, but also to
even her most casual acquaintance.
In these four months, her faithfulness,
her deep interest in, and devotion to, its
individual members, increased the mern
bership of her class tram one of the
smallest to one of the largest in the
school. Her relations to the officers of
the school and to thc pupils of her class
conduced always to harmony and the
embodiment, in her daily lile, ot these
christian virtues made them real and
beautiful, not abstract conceptions. Her
unusually gentle and sweet disposition
was the crowning charm ot a noble
character.
These traits and characteristics have
inevitably caused her loss to be the more
keenly felt by all who knew her. Her
sister is the only surviving member of
her immediata lamily. and thus the loss
ol" father and mother has become doubly
ilensificd.
To her sister and to her other rela
tions who haye been most closely as
sociated with lier, her loss is the cause
ot anguish hut lillie less than thal in the
hearts ot her many friends, and wc min
gie our tears ol sorrow with them.
And now, as we bid larewell for a time
to our little friend and associate wc
j feel that ber lite will be an inspiration lo
a lite oi Christian endeavor, and may
our faith be as brm, our submission as
tully given and our trust as unfaltering
as hers.
"Farewell ; but oj ca o? lovo can never |
darken ;
'1 he Min that. annk ia not forever gone,
Day's latest hird, uulost to" hearts that I
hearken,
With sweeter note shah sioganothor dawn.
Ob, teatd that bind to their morning vision,
Who paRscd unwecping when the twilight
(oil,
j Tho stan? afc eventide fcratell fruition
Beyond ilia shadows nf the world's fare
well ." '
AuguBt 12, 1903. J. T. D.
The social feature of the|
State Fair is an important item
in considering the advantages of
being an exhibitor, you meet the
best and most progressive far
! mers and stock breeders in the
State, anti make ninny friends
j who sut: valuable rn von, Thoo
prfcparo a irc-ud exhibit to"j??' lol
tho hex! Slate Fair. Oct. iv?--il().
Fumigate your nouses and kill
out the germs of disease. Mr. ll.
T. Barfield has one of the machines I
and will take pleasure in proving
its merits.
Wanted-A Purchaser.
For a lino featherbed.-40 or
]50 lbs.
For an excellent New Home
Sewing Machine.
For an easy, clean, paying
business.
Reasons for selling party de
sires a change. If you want to
I go into a paying business call
i at the Democrat Oflice aud get I
particulars.
The S. C. State Fair.
The premium list for the next
State Fair has been issued. It
oilers many attractive and valu
able prizes. Send to A.W. Love
Chester, roi* a copy. lt is not
too early to begin preparations
to send enough exhibits to cap
ture Marlboro's share ol' prizes
offered this year!
One fact should make many
new exhibitors for the next Fair
-the Society pays thu freight]
on till exhibits grown or produ
ced in this State, thus enabling
exhibits to be sent to and re
turned from the fair without I
cost lo the exhibitor.
NOTICE OF DISCHARGE
IN BANKRUPTCY.
Ita rr ED STATES OF AMERICA-DISTINCT
OK SOUTH CAROLINA-IN THE DIS.
TRI CT COURT--In Bankruptcy.
In thc maller ol' WILLIAM EV ANS. )
Bankrupt. \
"YvfOTlOK {s hereby given (hat on tho
.X$ 2 Itli day ol'Aimust, A. D.; 190?,
at ll o'clock in tho forenoon, Win Evans
tho above named Bankrupt will apply lo
tho Court for a liual discharge in Bank
ruptcy.
Seal. BICH ABD W. IIITSON,
Clerk ll. S. District Court.
Aug. 12, 1903 -2_
Wanted!
2 O O ? Lightwood
Posts-6 feel long (rom trees
not boxed.
C. S. M CALL,
Wanted?,
50,000 Good Pinn or Cy
presa Shingles at once.
K L. HAMILTON.
?ngust 6, loo:1,.
one Tw i Hoi c WAC >N,
A 1 -t ? li' -i K KiiKP,
A lol ol LUMUKU ol dolcrenlkiwis,
dunc 3, 1903. 1\ C. EMANUEL.
Peerless
RII4L1JIIT Wm
IMPERIAL OMORll
ifilRi?liTW?MIi
IMPHAL S Hil I
Continem?al ?
Continental ?'~
Disk
Diamond 'W?t?%
Reversible ?'*",jfl
'"ACME" MG Mil
IMPERIAL Ul
Empire p-r??
PEERLESS PEA BULLEE!
wore )?
V wire
?WM s
Plain Galvanised
BABCOCK BUGGIES.
BARBOUR BUGG>
CHASE CITY BUGG ! iv
CORBET BUGGIER
HTGH POINT BUG -ii
ANCHOR BUGGIER.
"VIRGINIA'' WAC ? ?83.
Information a
on application. W<
JUn?'oI Timor"?'?<-\..
"Two pbyAici?se har! a long and
stubborn fight with ?in ?tbCf?? ?ny
right lung" writes J. i*'. iiugiica OJ
DnPoiut, Gu., "and gave ino 'jp.
Everybody thought my limo I inti
come. As a last resort I tried Dr.
King's Now Discovery for Consuiup
lion. The henefit I recc:
striking and I was on my feet in ?
few days. Now I have era i 13
gained my health.'* It coi . ??' . 1 ll
Coughs, Golds and Throat und Lun?
troubles. Guaranteed by J. T Doug
las it Bro Drug fctore. Prie 50c nd
$1.00. Trial bottles iree.
To the Women of the Peo .Dei]
Counties.
A Pee Dee Historical Society wat
organized and officered ut '."??ut-isrt?
yesterday. It is composed
such character aa to giye count,
io its future success and v
Such an organization raeitiB ?
the future welfare of this sei :. ol
the State. More than any ollie
lion we need an organiz-iliu of i ts
kiud, for moro than any oth< ic n
of thia much ueglecleJ etat1 >v< IIL
overlooked in the writing 1 li isl
But wo need female auxiliar/
tor nothing ia truer than thi
assertion ot Talleyrand's:
would accomplish any grea
thia world, you must get tl
going." We wish to "get 1
going'' in the Pee Dee coin.: 1 i
of the Historical Society. [)mu il
of the R?volution and Dau : >.l
tho Confederacy should be orguui ; '
in every county of the district,
earnestly co operate with all lid
cieties in awakeniug sen ti ni ont, or
gathering material for the ;
lion and embodying in couvi
arid enduring form thc liifcto) ol
Pee Dee people Hopin . .
and encouraging reports fit)iii
patriotic women,
I am, respectfully,
John J Dargal
Sec Pee Dec His Af oci it ion
Clyde, S. C., July 3, 190! .
Wonderful Nerve.
Is displayed hy many a ma i . lui
?>ainr. of accidental (Juts, Wound
ises, Burns, Scalds Sore feet or slid joints
Mut there's no need tor it. I!
Arnica Salve will kill the pair, md cure
the trouble. It's the best Salv- i.-i . ,\.
lor Price, too. 25c, at Druj, -
An Opportunity !
AN IDEAL h O
SITUATE!) BETWEEN RT l'A?J?V.
AND LUMBER BRI DO Ii HG BK?
SON COUNTS, Ncar,\ C. h. ll 1
-500 ACRES.
-200 ACRES OLEA KED,.
Cond Duelling and Tenant tl .
Kine Farming or Trucking ??nd,
(?ootl Neighborhood. Church
Schools. Cood Water.
WILL SELL Cl IMAP 1
For further information ap] . 01 ?ri I
J. D. BROW.
FAYETTEVILLE
Augusto, iyo:?.
im -JJ? *Y ?9
at ja.
V
akes,
if resses9
Presses,
lili BEAM FLOWS,
illili PLOWS,
S BEAM PLOWS,
P HARROWS,
i biters,
I fiai*rows9:
WW HARROWS,
l?rills,
(HA . D
POWER,
lb
m
J5
Ire Fencing,
CAR LOAD LOTS
? in ]>o*UioH to make
' Lowest Prices Possible
uv yor/
2'0 SAVE MONEY.
)L' tho above fusnished
Terms,
ts
CI
.? \. ti.-r .-. 4 x .-?*???-v.-: H.* . . uvi ii tr
7 - .=.? Y rs (?,...( kv an order I
i ? .?.??? . ot i_?>itiki ujticy i an)
; fi . 1 io U at I'livnl . s^io thu lol-1
ll ?i ' i - ' ; ' vi iii io ?I:.? h? into ol'I
. . m .'??f.jiiii? i/ u'::.i|>. . itttaio in Marl
j!, . . (J. tiii ,-. ?J. (J. i) wit.
nno I met known as the "Crnllowsiy
I'iiiie," ou ilie roul Crom Ktma&us to
'. . cout'iiniii: l37<}.'iiCi'CiM
'no h act k'iowti :: iho "Duulnr r
: i jo" containing 127'.) ceri s.
Ona linet known as tito "Buutly Place"
cotitniuhij; KO aei . ..
(Ino ('".ot know!! a- Hie '"l?verett
'? I '! H?;" nu von! IP nu Chcraw to Marion
! uijiiluiuin.^ --<? acre,
i ?'cr-'?nrf wi-liini? to buy ctn address mc
. UUo. .' <!.. r.r II. II. Newton or T.
Vi'. Bouchier, ut Bennett sville, S. C.
JOHN CALUOLN.
Trustee
AN ORDINANCE,
prev?ni ??-ovil.-r iii the Town
:' 1 :<j:i-. .. -.vi lo anti presen be
;io iitMiUiitneni iur ?: violai iou
i !.-. .Ti 11* '.
> lt ? Mn- : I j i' - y ?yoi itatl AVI-:.!
' . . '1 1 . .. ; " V;., >.., v;ii i Cou
:'? J '. ??.. ? i .' i" i'-'ii; it
?I i,i 'i ii r '.cit . f i .j? ,..
) mt n I pi:ic<! !.! Council this 51*1
. 11 J ii nc, A. ]).. rtjoj.
P. A. >i> 157. M A VOR.
vi ! W. BOUCHIER,
J?- . Attorney at Law,
Bcnnettaville, S. 0.
I )ffice on Darlington Hlrcct near Postal
T;;egrapb offioo. January, 189?.
l*U KIND TO PUNT,
NEW STOCK BUIST*S NEW
? filo? TuiiNir SEED now rmdy.
Hie biggest Turnips in tho btate
., re grown from Buist's aeed
last year. Also new Cabbage
5eod,
O. S. MOOALL.
.Inly 10, 1003.
SS
rT co.,
til -*?^? ""^fe^
WHEN ASHCRAFT'S Condi
tion Powders are fed to horses
and mules, marked improvement
will be seen after the first few
closes. There is no doubt about it.
The Powders, acting directly on the
digestive organs, first thoroughly
cleanses the stomach and bowels,
correcting all disorders, and then
good healthy appetite comes nat
urally and surely. It is the most
powerful tonic and appetizer on
the market to-day, and when once
used horsemen will have no other.
Ashcraft's Powders produce that
silky sheen of coat and hair so
admired by horse fanciers. The
Powders fatten but never bloat.
Always high grade and put up
in doses-never in bulk.
By the use of three or four doses
a week your horse or mule will
not be subject to colic or any dis
ease of the stomach and bowels.
"I Und an old baxie that waa in very had
condition generally. Hu was thin and had a
blond disease that was causing the hair to
come off. I pave the horse three doses of Ash
craft's Condition Powders a day for seven days
and fed him lil>erully. The appetite improved
(rom the first few Hosea and the animal Rained
fifty-two pounds in llcsli during the week I
pavo lt three doses a day. The general health
nf the aitlnial was greatly Improved "ny Hie uee
of the powders and lie was made almost II new
horse. I most heartily recommend Ashcroft'*
Condition Powders: as I know they are a splen
did louie and appetizer.-(!. 0. BIKES, Livery
man; Monroe, N. C."
Ask for Ashcraft's Condition
Powders. Package 25c. Sold by
SMITH NEWTON,
Bennettsville, S. C.
ICE ! ICE !
See V. h. Emanuel and get his
special rates for ICE this
season. Buy your Ice
Tickets and save money.
V. L. EMANUEL.
April 23, 1903.
Winthrop College Scholarshps
And Entrance Examinations.
Tho examinations for tho award of va?
cant scholarships in Winthrop Collogo
aud for tho admission of new students
will bo hold at Bcnncttsvillo on Friday
July 10th at 9 a. m
Applicants must not bc less than fifteen
years of agc.
When .scholarships aro vacated after
July I Otb, they will bo awarded to those
making ibo highest average at tho exam*
i ii at ?on. Tho next session will opon about
September IO, 1903.
For further information and a cataloguo
address President P. B. JOHNSON, at
Rock Hill. S. 0.
MASON'S FRUIT JARS
At W. M. ROWE'S.
Using The Genuine Peruvian Guano !
For sale by B. ?. MOORE, Ben net ts ville, R.F.D. 4,
Agt lor Marlboro and Scotland counties.
Price per Ton. Better prices on Qa- J.ots and Over.
Would be glad to have your orders by August 1st, as it takes .
120 to ICO days to bring this Guanno here.
Read what people think who are using it:
J. 1). MOORE says it is all right, and will uso another year.
W. M. SMITH says "It makes Corn and Cotton hastio. Will give you largo
order io a few days.
It. L. KIRKWOOD say?. "Tho Guano H good and H tnuoh ploasod with U.
wants nothing better-has already bought 100 Tons.
, C. F. MOORE says It will supply a long felt want. It is tho stuff we want,
i Has bought 25 Tons. Can't say too much io its praised
C. A. MOORE Bays it is all right. It makes tho ootton and cora grow to sait
him. Has placed an order Tor '."?Tons tho coming season.
JOHN IC. FLETCHER Thinks it good. It has bis late cotton doing beyond
all he could wuh. WU) older again.
ALEX STUBBS says ho put it against a nt rou ir combinition of C. S. Meal and
Nitrate of Soda ol' equal value, Peruvian way ahead now.
B. E. MOORE used it under lato cotton, and has never scon its equal to the
ago of ibo cotton.
The gentlemen above named are well known Marlboro farmers
who will cheerfully answer all inquiries as to its use.
DON'T DELAY, if you intend to'try it !
Orders may be lert at Excelsior Hardware Store for IQ days. ;
THE 'EXCELSIOR" THE BEST.
BR)
tm
What sonic people you Know, an?! who Juive Tested/TIieae
(xoorts, Say about the Excelsior Cook Stoves:
1 bought an "Excelsior Cook Stove" last Spring. I am well pleased with
It not onlv performs well but requires less wood than any Stove I ever had.
GEO. M. WEBSTER.
1 have been using the new " Excelsior Cook Stove" made by I. A. Sheppard Sc
Co., tor 16 years, and it has always given entire satisfaction.
Mrs J; G. W. COBB.
Mrs COBB has just put in another
I regard the "Excelsior Cook Stoves and Ranges" as good as the best, and
when in need of a Cooker I endeavor to get that make ol Stove,
A. J. BRISTOW.
Mr. BRISTOW bought one from a sister town, as until recently
J Liiere ?v UK no agency iii Bennetts VU ie.
Tho "Excelsior. Bango" bought ot ym gives entire eatisfkoti?b.
JAS. F.'DAVID.
These.goods and all Kind o? Hardware, Crockery, Paints* Oils
ic, can de had at EXCELSIOR HARDWARE CO.
Bennettsviiie, s. c. Next to W. P. Breeden's.
g^ygt?aHB9$2pfeor 84 MNU U C* J* MOFFSTT. M. D.. OT. L?UIO. MO.
DM. C. .J. HOFFETT-JOe?r Doctor: Wo ^l^v^r*^??T?*?kj^T?^Mwr
? mear ra) to ot??- little arana cm/4 tvith th? happiest resulta. The ejrecta
toera almost maalcal, ana certainty mora uatisfaatoru than front anntnttia
weevertua?. Tours tierutrulu,_JOSEP?I 8. .REV, .
Wow BUhoss Southon* Methodist Vhuroh.) Xtootor of at. JPaul CHwfoMs
TONSORIAL PARLOR.
THE best workmanship.
Ray Rum and Tonic Treatment
Tools the best and sharpest
rolite attention always assured
Three Artists in constant at endance
LADIES WORK a Specialty !
Once a customer, always a customer.
JACKSON & HATCHER,
TONSORIAL ARTISTS.
50 YEAR8*
EXPERIENCE
TRAOE MARKS
DESIGNS
COPYRIGHTS &C.
Anyone iondlnti a nkoloti ?nd description may
oulokly iisenrtciln our opinion free whether na
Invontlon In probably pntentnble, Commniuep.
tloi?Sstrictly cnnOrtontirrt. Hnnrtbookon IWcnta
eon! treo. Olrto.it nuoncy for Becnrhiff pntonts.
I?ntant? tnkon throutrh Munn * Co. re?oive
tpeclat notke, without diurno, in tho
Scientific American.
A hnndBomoly Illustrated weekly. Jjiwsst cir
gSrWff?H^^
MUNN & Co.36,BrMdway New York
Brinca Ofuco. (35 F St.. Washington. D. C.
SPECIAL NOTICE 1
'AVINCJ scoured tho services of a
, good man, I am prepared to put
down and pull up pumps. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Orders left at oithcr Maid
ware store will ho promptly attended to.
inch 12. 1903. V? C. Emanuel.
KNOX LIVINGSTON. n. WOFHOIU) WAIT
LIVINGSTON & WAIT,
Attorneys at Law,
BUNNETTSVILLE, So. CA.
Dyspepsia Cure
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests the food and aida
Nature in strengthening and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or*
gans. It is the latest discovered d'gest
aut and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
Kick Headache, Gastralgia,Cramps and
al 1 other results of imperfect digestion.
PrlccMc.aml$t. Lar?osIzecontalnsSW tlme9
bm :i 11 s i UouU all aboi) t dy spepsla rnul lodfreo
Prepcrcd by E. C. Dc WITT ACO.?Cb>cago.
CENTRAL ill SHOOK.
Three Barbers! Three Chairs 1
Everything First-Class.
SALOON ox MAI:ION STKJ;I:T.
S AS Y CHAIRS, CLEAN SH AVES
BEST OF II Alli CUTS I
Children receive special attention
cither at tho Shop at their house.
Your patronage solicited.
J. A. GRACE, Barber.
nKNNETTBVILLE, 8. O.
College of Charleston.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
HSih Year ISi'isjns ?Sept 25th.
tailer** f?i??c-oc?i ?Ci?giaeoi i'vri One sejiot*
..i hip m osv.li county o?' Som li Carolina.
Kn-i mce cxa?iiovioii? held ni Bennet IH
jjjl? hy County Siipeiintertdcnt of" Edit.
--. t m and Juiltto pl i'mlcfa oti July 10.
Tup hui $40. h H 1 and Inmi.died room
in l>orniitrtiy? Sin per month. All can?,
lid ni s i' i aihu?sUon ar* p 'iinnird io
:ciiipclo iVjiv Royce Scholarships, which
i>ay #1 lit? ?i year. Foi catalogue address
x HARRISON UANDOLVH,
may 20, 1903. President.

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