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f BENHETTSVIHE, S, 0.
?UX S. A. IJHOWN &CO.
. Office On Marion Street Opposite
s Manonio Hall.
Fridayt September 2-5? 1903.
.... i Our Town Gorverntrient,
MAYOR-P. A. Hodges
ALDERMEN--J. Frank Breeden, O. 8.
i ' Chaffin, A. G- Sinclair, V7. W. Palo.
'CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc
Laurin. Office open dally.
v! ;,PoctOE-J. F. David, H. C. Horpor.
Marlboro County Officers.
. SHERIFF-J. B. Green
'.Y,--. CLBtttc OF CLERK-J. A..Drake %
.vo tTubOB OF PROBATE-M. MoLaunn
CORONER-C. F, Covington
;HU??RVlsOR-M. E. Coward
. SUPT. EDUCATION-W. L. 8tanton
; TREAB?RER-J. H. ThomaB
.AUDITOR-Chas. I. Sherrill.
SBNATOR-Chas. S. McCall.
REPBEBiNrATiVES-D. D. MoColl, Jr.
J, P. Bunoh, Welcome Quick.
MAOISTA1R8-C D. Eastcrling, T. L.
H. h. MoLaorin, MoColl
John A. Calhoun. Clio,
W. J. Atkinson, Blenheim,
D, D. 8tubbs, BrightBvdle,
W. W. Irby, Smithville.
Bennettsville Church Directory.
METHODIST-A. B. Watson, P. C.
Sunday school 5 00 p. m. Preaching at
I lipO a. ra. and 8.30 p. m. Prayor mcet
iog Wednesday evening at 9.00 o'clock.
Superintendent Sunday Behool, Phil. A.
BAPTIST-Rev. Rufus Ford, Pastor.
Sunday school at 10.00. Preaching Sun
day at 11.00 a. m., and 8.30 p. m. Prayer
meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Superintendent of Sunday school, H. W
PRESBYTE BJ AN-Bunyan McLeod Ph.
D., Pastor. Services overy Sabbath
(H?mmer) ll a. m. and 8 p. m.; (winter)
II a. inland 7.30 p. m- Prayor meeting
Thuredoy 5 p. m. Seats freo. Strangers
cordially invited. Sunday school every
Sunday IO a. m. Superintendent, J. T.
Dudley. All parents and children mado
welcome nt the school.
EPISCOPAL-BOT. O. W. Boyd, Hector,
Preaching every second end fourth Sunday
Kt n' n, m., and 8.oo p. m. Sunday j
Babool at 9.30 a. m. Dr. J. ?. Faieou,
S~~\Directorysof Bennettsville Lodges \
CONSOLIDATED LODGE NO. 15, K. of)
. P;, meets overy second and fourth Mon-1
day nights at 7.30 o'olook.
E. Powers, C. C.
0. D. Easterling, K- of R. & S. -
MARLBORO LODGE No. 88, meets at
vBonnettsviUo, Friday evening, on or bc
foro ctvdi Tull moon at 8 n'clo?fc.
J. F. Kinne;:, 'A'. JV .
J. T, Dudley, lie ero ?t>. ry.
- ' >.;o:.-i?-y /.I-;.; 77i Vi] Direi-'
UtiARLBORO.-CiiAJrXE? ixO. oO ii.. ' A.
M., meets at Bennettsville 00 tho second
Friday of each month.
Robt Chaffin, H. P.
H, E. Stockton, Secretary.
EUREKA LODGE NO. 43, A. F. M.,
meets at MoColl, each Saturday aftor
? noon, before thc full moon,at 4 o'olook.
AURORA LODGE No. 33, A. F. M.,
moots at Clio, Saturday on or after each
full moon at 3 o'olook, p. m.
J. T. Stanton, W. M.
John Pariah, Secretary.
County Church Directory.
Bennettsville Circuit Appointments
KEV. J. W. ARIAIIITJ, 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. MoColl.
3 p. m. Beauty Spot.
blenheim Circuit Appointments.
It EV. W. B. BAKER P. 0.
First Sunday, Hebron ll a. m:
Ebenezer 3*30 p. m.
Second Sunday, Parnassus ll a. m.
Bethlehem 3.30 p. m"
Third Sunday, Hebron ll a.m.
Zion 3.30 p. m.
Fourth Sunday Parnassus ll a. m.
Bothlohem 3.30 p. m.
Clio Circuit Appointments.
KEV. A. T. DUNLAP, P. C.
Clio-Preaching overy Sunday morning I
at ll o'clock. Epworth League Sun-J
day night at 8 o'clock. Sunday school
at 10 a. m. W. A. Hioshaw, Supt.
Prayer meeting Monday night at 8.
Boniah -Preaching overy Sunday aft at |
4 o'olook. Sunday school at 3. R.
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to cure Ulcers, Ringworms, Eczema,
Itch, 8orc8 and chronic skin diseases.
Send 35 cents and get a package by
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R. G. DOZIER, M. D. j
LurabortoD, Nf C. '
Mr. E.: G. Bruce o? Parnassus
was up Friday soiling cotton
Capt J. A, Potorkiu of Port
Motte is in town visi?ug Mr
A. Drake , _ .
Miss Emma Ariail of j McColl
has been elected principal of
Salem High Sohooi
Mr. David Spiegle, of Green
wood spent Tuesday here, the
guest of Mr Moyer Mittle
Miss Rosa "Welch of Florence
is spending some time with her
sister Mrs. Sam Hice
Mr. Li. H. Powers, of the A.
G. L?. Shops at "Wilmington spent
Sunday here " .
Miss Stella Malpass of Bain
berg is here visiting her mother
Mrs Ben Capel
Mr Howard Bounds who has
been working at Scranton spent
Sunday at home
Capt A. V. Maultsby, Freight
Conductor of the Coast Line is
resting a few days at home
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Strauss of
Clio spent Jewish New Year in
our town the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Hice
Miss Omelia Tompkins^ of
Ninety Six who has been visit
ing Miss Mayde Matheson has
Misses Maggie Tart of Red
Hill and Miss Clara Meggs of
Marion county spent several
days in town last week.
Dr. H. R. Easterling, now in
his 74th year, was up several
days last week. He was looking
well for one of his age.
Miss Meta Sullivan of Laurens
who has been visiting Miss Lou
ise Breeden has gone to Pine
wood to resume her duties as
Mr. "W. N. Munson and family
who have been spending two
years at Georgetown have re
turned to their old homo in Che
Miss May Odom left last Thurs
day to take her former place in
the millinery department in the
mammoth store of E. Sternber
ger Her good taste and skill in
the use of flowers and ribbons
makes her popular wherever she
Mrs. Lizzie Smith, of George
town, accompanied by her grand
daughter Miss Evelyn Rouse, |
who havo been spending some
time in Darlington, came over
Wednesday night to spend some
time with friends in our town.
Miss Evelyn while here will bo
tho guest of Miss Sue Odom near
Get it at Miltie's alore.
ENTERTAINMENT FOE ALL !
j Por the beriefifc o? tho 'Connie
MiijzvvuH Orphanage,'' thejBiip;
i '.YOL<ni?;, will ?01 ve loe Cream
pf'?ik'c Iviifl Oimdj iii the Grafted
Sdi ?ol building, this (Friday)
ev?uiug ?rOiU ii uiitil ll o'clock.
A Grab-bag and Spider Web
Game will be furnished for the
children in the afternoon.
A Biserial feature will be a
Box, into which contributions
for Hie orphanage will be placed
Gifts of clothing, provisions?
toys, or anything*;suitable for
the little ones, will be appreci
ated by the committee.
For this cause they earnestly
appeal to the public-for t heir
support on Friday night.
LITTLE FRANK," son of Mr. and
Mra Franki*. Stanton, of Judson,
passed away Satuaday, September
19, 1903, after an illness of three
weeks of typhoid fever, and was
buried at Hebron Sunday morning
Rev. A. T. Dunlap, of Clio Ct.,
assisted by Rev. W. R. Baker of
Blenheim Ct., conducting the fu
Died on the morning of Sept 17,
1903, at the home of his son, Mr.
C D. Odom, after an illness of ten
dayp, Mr. Thoa. Q. Odom, a well
known citizen of Hebron Township
aged about 71 years. He was laid
to rest at Pee Dee cemetery on the
morning of the 18th, Rev. W. B.
Baker conducting the services.
You want correct styles qualities
aud prices thon go o Mittlo'? store.
New Furniture Store.
As will he seen with reference to
our advertising column. Mr. Sol
Brown, for the past five years
tho popular buyer of Furniture
for Mr. C. S. McCall, has ren
ted one of tho Coxe store's on
Marion St., and will open up one of
the handsomest stocks of Furniture
seen hero. H?B largo experience has
taught him what our people want and
ho will have it. Everybody invited
to call and see him whether they want
to buy or not. It will afford him
pleasure to show goods and assist pur
chasers. When you come to town call
round and see his stock and get prices
on Furniture for the parlor, dining
room and bedroom.
Mittle shows tho most up-to-date
dre83 in Marlboro county.
Tho startling announcements that
a preventive of auicido has been dis
covered will interest many. A run
down system, or despondency invar
iably precede suicide and something
han been found that will prevent that
condition which makes suicide likely.
At the first thought of self destruction
take Electric Bitters. It being a great
tonic and nervino will strengthen the
nerves and build up the system. It's
niso a great Stomach, Liver and Kid?
ney regulator. Only 50c. Satisfaction
guaranteed hy J. T. Douglas & Bro
TOWN JLNJD COUNTY NEWS.
] Our people eat beef-only
s^x head killed/Saturday
.'.*3f- Oct it at Mitllo's etore.
- Mr. H. ?. Cottingham. had
a, \ load of nico . watermelons in
.Z;--1- The hew railroad,carried ofl
over a thousand bales of cotton
--.Treasurer. Thomas reminds
you this week that he will open
his office on the 14th of October
M it tic's Milliners Miss Tut t Io an
artist ia the business.
- Changes of advertisements
for next issue must be in by
(?- Ready To wear suits, coate,
skirts and muslin underwear at Mil
-The best cook you can have
now is one of those new stoves
at Percy Moore's '
.-Hick's cold wave was on
time Friday and fires and thick
clothing were necessary for com
- There were 12 applicants for
teachers certificates- on Friday,
7 whites, 5 colored. 4 succeeded
and 8 failed.
- Messrs Fuller Bros and W.
P. Breeden received a lot of nice
horses and mules on Monday via
the new railroad
B?ST See Miltie's line of millinery,
dry goods, shoes and novelties which
is the best and cheapest shown in
- If you want a nice home in
Robeson, write J, D. Brown
Fayetteville and you can get it
- Plant Buists Ruta Baga
turnips and make big ones for
market. You get seed at C. S.
ISSFT A full line of boys knee
pants 25c to $1.00 at
A full lino of H J Heinzs Co.
Pickles Preserves, Ketchups, Sau
ces, Jellies &c. at
"W*. M. Rowe's.
Real good green coffee SJ- to 12J
cts at W. M. Rowe's.
Royal Baking Powders at ->
W. M. Rowe's.
Just received a large lot of NEW
LOADED SHELLS of all kiud.
At W. M. ROWE'S.
Some Strong Points
A fellow who claims to know
says it takes a fellow with a
bank account to draw a check;
a jyretty woman to draw atten
tion; a horse to draw a cart; a
porus plaster lo draw the skin;
a toper to draw a cork; a free
lunch to draw a crowd, and an
advertisement in the paper to
j Unclulmod Lattora.
Leltor.'i adiJi'r.xui to tho following uatned I
lo?rBcnr? romain uncoUod for ;?'. tho pocti
oulc'j in Bonn?t?niilfl :
Mer/js List. !
i-- L-aveshaup, janato? Heme, ii, W.
Huokabee, Charles E. Kodjin, F A Garter,
W L Covington, J B Covington, ii L Bron*
BOO, Novel Bennett, H Baggor, W B Bos
tick. Sam Mollvoon, J B White, J Wither
spoon, Aaron Waloat, FI M Smith, F E :
Smith, T H Snttou, L J Spears, L E
Smith, N T St?ger, Geo L. Ogg, W 0
Pane, Wallace Lamdon,
Mrs. N Hanniy, Mrs A B Baad, Rebec
ca Williams, Constain Pegues, Lucy Odom.
That Throbbing H embie he
Would quickly leavo you, if yon used
Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands of
sufferers have proved their matchless merit
for Sick and Nervous Headaches. They
make pure blood and build up yonr health.
Only 2j cants, money book it not cured.
Sold by J, T. Douglas & Bro Druggist.
IN LICENSE ORDINANCE.
Ganso relating to dealers in fresh meats,
fish, mutton, goat, pork on pago 3 of said
ordinance was repealed and tho following
olaneo passed and ratified. Dealers in fresh
meats, beof, motton, pork goat, fish, Bhip
ped into tho county $30 per annm. Dono
and ratified in Council Sept 8th, 1003.
P. A, UonaKO,
Jt?f PipcB and Smokers Supplies in
endless variety can be fouud at J. T.
Douglas & Bro.
Bia?* Knox's, Cooper's, and Cox's
gelatine at W. M. Rowe's
A complete lino of Armours
; Canned meats at W. M? Rowe's
Driven to Desperation.
Living at an out of tho way placo re
moto from civilization, a family is of ton
drivon to desperation In caso of accident,
resulting in Burns, CutB, Wounds, Uloore,
oto. Lay in a supply of Buoklon's Arnica
Salvo. It's the best on earth 250 at J. T.
Douglas Bro's Drug Store
YOUNG PEOPLE'S WHBKIiY.
If you want your boy or girl to have a
good paper for their own reading give
them tho "Young Pcoplo'B Weekly'' the
loading young people's paper of America
containing oaoh week from 8 to 12 pages
solid food for young minds. Subscribers
to the DEMOCRAT can have it sont to any
address for 25 cts. Remember tho price
ol' tho two papers is only $1.25.
Worst of all Exporionoos.
Can anything bo worso than to fcul that
every minute is your last? Suoh was tho
oxporionco of MTB. S. IT. Nowaon, Decatur,
Ala. "For throe years" sbo writes, "I on
durod insufferable pain from indigestion,
stomaoh and bowel trouble Death Boomed
inevitable when dootora and ?.11 remedies
failed. At length I waa indnood to try
Eleotrio Bitters and tho result was miraon
lotis. I improved at once and now I'm
completely recovered. For Livor, Kidney,
Stomaoh and Bowol troubles Electric Bit
tors Is tho only mcdioiuo. Only 500. li's
guaranteed by J. T. Douglas & Bro Drug?
Preaching at. Presbyterian jobatoh 8aa?.
day ot si a. ta,, and 8,p. mi _ Subject foi
Bunday moralng "Prayer au occoaa to God"
Sunday, evening "Making a man." AU ar?
Tho Epworth Loagao Prayer moetlng
la held every. Tueedoy o vening tn tho
Sunday Behool room of the Methodist
oharoh at 8 o'olock.^The pabilo invited.
Prayer, mooting at Proebyteriaa church
Thursday af tot noon at 5 p. m.
Tho^hour For evening Borvtcos at tho
churches ts now 8.30 o'clock.
Prayer mooting at the Baptist church
every Thursday evening ?t 8.00.
Prayer mooting at tho Methodist oharoh
every Wednesday at 8.00 p. m.
The boar for Sunday School at tho
Methodist church baa been changed to
5 00 o'clock in tho afternoon.
Puta an Bad to it all.
A grievous wail o f?mes comes as a
result of unbearable pain from over
taxed organs. Dizziness, Backache,
Liver complaint and Constipation.
But thanks to Dr. King's New Life
Pills they put an end to it all. They
are gentle but thorough. Try them
Only 25c, Guaranteed by J. T.
Douglas & Bro Drug Store.
** . i
NOTICE-I HAVE BEHOVED MS7'
OFFICE TO THE BOOMS OVER TlfttV
"PLANTERS NATIONAL BANK." j
IL H. NEWTON. 1
"Men are Pour. Ho who
knows not, and knows not he
knows not-he is a fool; shun
him. He who knows not, and
knows he knows not-he is sim
ple; teach him. He who knows,
and knows not he knows-he is
asleep; wake bin?. He who
knows, and knows he knows;
-he is wise; follow him."
Tho Death Penalty
A little thing sometimes results in
death. Thus a mere scratch, insignifi
cant cuts or puny boils have paid the j
death penalty. It is w!se to have
Bucklen's Aroica Salve ever bandy.
It's the best salve on earth and will
?revent fatality, when Burns, Sores,
Heers and Piles threaten Q- ly 25c
at J. T. Douglas & Bro Drug Store
Escaped an Awful Fate.
Mr. H. Hoggins of Melbourne Fla., j
writes, "My dootor told me I had Con. j
sumption and nothing could be dono for j
mo. I was given up to die. The olfor of i
a free trial bottle of Ur. King'p New Dis
covury for Consumption induced mo to try I
it. Besaite wore startling. I am DOW ou j
tho road to rooovery and owe all to Dr.
King's New DiBcovojy. It surely Baved my j
life." This groat oure is gun ran too J for
all throat and lung diseases by J. T. i
Douglas & Bro Druggists. Price 500 and
$1.00. Trial bottles freo.
BSP" Boys knee pants, sizes
5-10 25c at. Jackson's.
Curoo Blood P??BOU, Cancer, floor;., Eo
twtua, Curbuntieii, Etc. Modi Inq'I'roo.
Rober: \?u\-\ rta.,.-/, ? i.'^&yitf^t
shrTei'?rl 'rom blood poi" _.. my head, fact
and ?houldev Buril one njasa 1 ; cort ?p??n,
aches in hones and joints, burning, itch
iog scabby skin; was all run down and
discouraged, but Botanic Blood Balm
cured me perfectly, healed all the sores
and gavo-my skin thc rich glow of health.
Blood Balm put new life into my blood, ;
and new ambition into my brain." Geo.
A. Williams, lioxbury, face covered with
pimples, chronic sore on back of head,
suppurating swelling on neck, eating ul
cer on leg, bono pains, itching skin,
cured perfectly by Botonio Blood Balm
sores ull healed. Botania Blood Balm j
cures all malignant blood troubles, such
as eczema, scabs and scales, pimples,
running sores, carbuncles, scrofula, etc.
Especially advised for ail obstinato easer 1
that have roached the second or third
stage. Druggists, $1. To provo it cures, '
sample ol' Blood Balm sent free and ?ire j
paid by writing Blood Balm Co., Atlan
ta, Qa. Describe trouble and free medica!
advice rent in sealed letter. For sale at
J. T. Douglas & Bro.
Our Prize Offer.
The Marlboro Democrat will
be sent one year to the farmer in i
Mar-Vboro county sending the j
Democrat office the largest water
melon between the 25th of July :
ano the 25th of September, 1903.1
A careful record will be kept of I
all the melons sent and their exact I
weight, and thc names of those !
who send them and the weight ol 1
each melon will bc published in
this paper Oct 1.
Fresh testimony in great quantity io con
stantly coming In, declaring Dr King'i '
Now Discovery for Consumption Coughi.
and Colds to bo unequaled. A recent ex
pression from from T. J. McFarland Bon
torvillo, Va , serves as ex ampi o. Ile writes:
"I had Bronchitis for three years and doo
torod all tho timo without being benefited j
Then I bogan taking Dr. King's Now Din. j
covary, and a few bottles wholly curod mo.''
Equally effective in curing all Long and :
Throat troubles, Consumption, Pneumonia ;
and Grip. Guaranteed by J. T. DouglaB ?&
Bro Druggist. Trial bottles froe, rogulat
sises 500 and $1 00.
A full line of boys shirl
waists at Jackson's.
Tho Democrat and the Semi-1
weekly Atlanta Journal one year
Tho Democrat and McCall's
Magazine-an excellent Lady's
Book for $1.50
The Sunny South and tho Demo
crat for only $1.50
Tho Democrat and NEW IDEA
for $1*00, Sample oau had.
Don't You Love Floweret'/
It BO, and you want some protty
pots of all sizes in whioh to plaoe
thom, call at the Hardware storo i
and you can bo suited.
FOR FALL AND Wi
IN the lu ture as in the past, trie largest and most|
up-to-date line of
Ever shown in Benne tts ville, and at Prices that
will win Trade. Besides knowing values
we know where and how to Buy. them so
our customers will derive the henefit
Miss BETTIE TUTTLiE will be ia charge of OUR!
u MILLINERY DEPARTMENT, which is an assurance '
tij?f the most tip-to-date Head-Dress at Bottom Prices.
This young lady having been in charge of a Department
*? for the past three, seasons in one ot the largest and most
o N*-^-?,o-date cities in the South. She has enjoyed every-ad
joo \ age as a buyer, has been made familiar with your
.?'.? SwiovTs; and now ready to serve you promptly and politely
?'t Xt^x-trtlo'?S ?tore
Fou are' cordially invited io attend our j
! OPENEING, whleh takes 'place Sept. 23 j
and 24, Wednesday and Thursday. j -
Yon viii admit our special efforts have been rewarded, for
wo haye neither spared pains or expense to give our trade the]
market offers, at prices that make competition gape in amaze
ment. Wednesday and Thursday 23 and 24 Opening days.
Not "large profits" but tho VOLUME OF BUSINESS that
has made our business a success, whieh is daity growing larger
You mast he pleased or your money refunded. A look will
convince you Mittle ?S Headquarters in Dry Goods,
Millin .ry, Shoes, Notions, Novelties, &c.
RP] AD Y TO WEAR DEPARTMENT. All that is shown
j hew. for th? up-to-date Dresser is now Shown at MITTLE'S
ST?R ti. Our Tailor Made SUITS and SKIRTS are the style
?that will be worn on 5th AVENUE this fall and winter. Our
prices way down. Our Musliu Underwear-very pretty qual
ities at prices that will save you money.
LADIES COATS-See them, learn our prices, then v/e arc
jure lo gel your business.
.^tending you a "hearty invite" to Our Opening, asl
li l'as at all times
'ff OU HS FOR
THE UP-TO-DATE MERCHANT.
! ? ?Sj]
?ifi ii?liiil ip
WB ARE OPENING BN THE G?xe
J??-OLilding: on I3ep?t
S treet a well selected stock of
IIP, MEDIUM AP HIGH GRADE F?RNITURIS,
and extend you a cordial invitation to call
and inspect same. Everything new and up
v ou vs til find us Ever Ready to show you
arc Hind, and make you prices, assuring you
of polite attention and COURTEOUS TBEATMENT.
Before buying, ai VE US A LOOK, and am |
; ? re will get Some ot your patronage.
Thanking you in advance
September 17, 1903. BENNETTSVILLE, S, C
E YOUR PROPERTY AGAINST LOSS
IK, LIGHTNING ? WIND STORMS.
|iuUUv> V.71 LL COME, aud generally when least expected, therefore, it is
*A(V hm'u\c*B lo protect yourself against lo83 by Insuring your Dwellings,
furniture, BarnB and Cotton GinH, Stores and Stocks of Merchandise, in
Homo otoo ol' tho Companies named below. If you will call on mc nt my
ofiice oyen 1'lantera National Bank, Bonnettsville, or write mo at Bennetts
trille, S. C., and lot me make you rate, you will be surprised to know how
Utile ii iuill COSI YOU to secure THIS PROTECTION.
Tho .'?mtunics represented by mo aro as follows;
Livurpool ? r. indon & Globo, of Liverpool
Roy ttl j of Liverpool,
Atii'ia, ct ?Uifiord, Connecticut,
Hartford] ol Hartford, GOOD.,
Choona, of IiOodon,
1 North Htiteli tte Moro*ntilo, ot London and
Pheonix, ii.' iitrtford, Gonn.,
iCcntihcct&i, ul Now York,
.<: . i wich, of New York,
.-.j-ctV?, of Now York,
inn. Co.. Ol'
Soathorn Stook Mulunl, Greensboro,
Southern Underwriters, Greensboro,
Hanover, of Now York,
Niagara, of Now York,
Philadelphia Undorwrltora, Pbiladolphin,
Pennsylvania, of Philadolphla,
Fire Association, Philadelphia,
Equitable, of Charleston, S. 0,
Gorman, of Frooport, III.,
Queen Ins. Co., of America, N. Y.
j Goorala Homo, Columbus, Ga.,
ir th Amorioa, Philadelphia, j British America, Toronto, Ganada,
\ will \ ::ITE Business in any section of the County.
HONESTLY ADJUSTED AND PROMPTLY PAID.
A. J. BRISTOW, AGT.
Sopt n, 1903._Bennettsville, S, C.
^jHBgaHsgfw-qc-o' ? i1 "jui1 IL- BBB
SALE?ME>? WANTED-to look after
[our interest 'o Marlboro and adjacent
counties Salary pr Commission.
Address tho HAUYSV On.-Co.,
Flowers ! Flowers I
Mrs. Jno S. Moore has a tine
lot of Geraniums, Begonias
Ferns, Palms and other plants,
well rooted, that she desires to
sell Cuttings Soc per dozen,
BARDWARE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Do You want A GRAIN DRILL f
If so, (bret The Best.
We sold in this County last season ELEVEN of the " Far
mer's Favorite G-rain Drills,'1 and every one of
them gave perfect satisfaction. We guarantee them to please./
Read what some of our customers have to say :
MR. P. A. HODGES,
I nm very much pleased with tho "Farmers Favorito Grain
Drill" bought of you last season. I havo planted my crops of Oats, Wheat, Poos
ind Sorgum Cine, and it has given me satisfaction. Whore 1 have boon putting .
Four Bushels Onts when sowed with hand, I find Two and a Half Bushels is suffi?
ciont when sowed with Drill. Signed J. F. BREEDEN,
This is to ecrtify that wo planted our crop of small grain with tho "Farmer's
Favorite Grain Drill" last season, and aro pleased with it in o very particular. Wo
planted aa much as sis bushels Red Rust Proof Oats per acre, and in ovorA" instance
it gavo us a perfect stand, and has given entire satisfaction. We heartily reoom*
mond it. Signed " - T, S. and E. W. EVANS:
MR. P. A, HODGES
given entire satisfaction, andi ZS^frll^l?^ T1" bought of you has
Sifinw? J. C. nAMRR.
Bea us if yon Bumped
to Buy a DRILL
Sept 16, 1903.
J. T. DOUGLAS.
A. 0. DOUGLAS
a DOUGLAS & BROTHER,
-Practical Pharmacists and Dealers in
pore llrngs and jjpatent jfted'icincs,
cT???LET ? ARTICLES \
Plain and Fancy Stationery and School Supplies.
Q-LASS and PUTTY
FINE CIGARS AND TOBACC^ ,
ter- Prescriptions carefully compounded at all Jiours
and guaranteed to be of the Purest Drugs and at
A full line Garden Seed & Onion Sets.
Tliankful for past liberal patronage we solicit a continuanceof same
J, T. DOUGLAS & BRO.
Jannary .1, 1902. AT THE OLD STAND.
rai mt M?CH?HB GO.
W. P, BREEDEN, Jr. MANAGER.
3S??E^ol2Lii3.oiry ,of All Kinds
AND GENERAL REPA! WORK,
- DEALER IN AND MANUFACTURER OF -
Ceiling, Flooring, Siding, Brackets,
Balusters, Newels, &c.
BUILDING MATERIAL OP 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,
f?gr Phone orders promptly attended to