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BENNBTTSYEjljE, S. 0.
S, A. 9I1SOWN St CO.
Ojfflc? on Marion Street Opposite
friday, Ootober 30, 1903.
- Lookout For Worina.
. ; ? email worm, about two inoheB
' long reaerablinpr a snake, has been
discovered in tho heads of cabbage
Over in Georgia which the State
' dkemist says contains enough poi?
son to kill 15 perBons. Several
deaths have occured which are
attributed to the worm in the cab
hage.- Who* knows whether the
shipped cabbage has them or not?
Examine what you buy and keep
a lookout tor these worms.
?aves Two From Death.
."Oarlittle daughter had an almost fatal
attack of whooping aongh and broaohltla,"
wrhc? Un. W. K. Havlland, of Armonk,
N. Y., "bat when all other romediea fulled
vre saved her life with Dr. King's New
Dtac?vory. Oar niece who had Consomption
il) cu advanced stage, also nsod thia non?
demi medicino ned to-day ehe ia perfectly
well.* ' Deadorato *hroat and lang diseases
ylctd' to Dr. King's New Disoovery as to
no other medicino on eaith. Iofalllble for
ConShn and Colds s 50a and $1.00 bottlea
RU utan teed by J* T. Doaglas & Bro. Trial
Don't You Love Flowers Y
' Ii so, and you want some pretty
pots of all sizes in which to place
them, call at the Hardware store
and you can be suited.
KO??CB of Jury Gommissionsers.
NOTICE is hereby given that Jory Com
missioners will meet In the offico of the
Clerk, of Court cn Wednesday Ootober 28th
lo03? Qt io o'clock, a. m., f ir the patp we
of drawing (36) jpetit jnrors to servo for
First Week of Court, which convenes st
Bennettsvllle, on Monday November i6tb,
j <9?3< Will also mool at samo place on
Wednesday, Nov. 4, to draw 36 petit juron?
to servo for eeoond week of said Term.
C. I. SHERHILL,
J. H. THOMAS,
J. A. DRAKE.
Oct.- 19, 1903.
AFINE COTTON PLANTATION,
Eleven or twelve horse. Well im
proved. Adjoining the Aycock Planta?
tion. One mile from Wedgefield, A. C.
ALSO a Six Horse Farm, laying upon
Wateree^wamp, Two nnd a h-dt miles
Those are fi nv. lands,
Apply to Dr. H. J. MCLAURIN,
%* '?s. 03 Sumter, S.U.
Our Town GG? vc.-.iiiicj-.i.
MAYOR-P. A. Hodges
ALDERMEN--J. Frank Breeden, C. S.
Chaffin, A. G. Sinclair, W. W. Pate.
CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc
Lnurin. Office open daily.
PoctCE-J. F. David, H. C. Harper.
Marlboro County Officers.
SHERIFF-J. B. Green
CLERK or CLERK-J. A. Drake
JODOK OP PROBATE--M. MoLaurin
CORONER-C. F. Covington
SUPERVISOR.-M. E. Coward
SUPT. EDUCATION-W. L. Stanton
TREASURER-J. H. Thomas
AUDITOR-Chas. I. Sherrill.
SENATOR-Chas. S. MsCall.
REF ass B N r ATI v ES-D. D. MoColl, Jr,
J. P. Bunch, Welcome Quick.
MAdnWAiBS-C. D. Eistorling, T. L
II. L. MoLaurin, MoColl
John A. Calhoun. Clio,
Wi J. Atkinson, Blenheim,
D. D. Stubbs, Brightsville,
W. W. Irby, Smithville.
Bennettsville Church Directory
METHODIST-A. B. Watson. P. C
Sunday Behool 5 00 p. m. Preaching a
.11.00 a. .m. and 8.30 p. m. Prayer meet
ing Wednesday eveuing at 9.00 o clock
Superintendent Sunday school, Phd. A
^^?^BAPTIBT-Rev; Rufus Fo*d: .Pastor
& Bunday school at 10.00- Preaching Sun
day at 11.00 a. m., and 8.30 p.m. Prayci
meeting Thursday evening at 8 0 clock
Superintendent of Sunday sohool, II. Vv
PRESBYTERIAN-Bunyan Melrod Ph
D., Pastor. Service* every Sabbath
(summer) ll n. m. and 8 p. m.; (winter]
ll a. m. and 7.30 p. m- Prayormeeting
Thursday 5 p- m. Seats free. Stronger
cordially invited. Sunday school even
Sunday 10 a. m. Superintendent, J. V
Dudley. All parents and children madi
welcome at tho ?ohool.
EPISCOPAL---ROT. C. W. Boyd, Beotor
Preaohing ?very Becond and ioarth Sundaj
at II a. m., aud 8.00 p. m. Sundaj
aohool at 9.30 a. m. Dr. J. A. Faison
A Perfect For All Throat and
Cure : - I<ung Troubles.
Money back if I* fall?. Trial Dottie? freo.
Are You Afflioted?
ULOEBINA is absolutely guaranteed
to cure Ulcera, Ringworms, JCczemn
Iteh, Borea and chronic skin diseases
Send 35 cents and get a package b>
mail. Manufactured and Bold by
R. G. DOZIER, M. D.
Lumber ton, N, C.
1 .' 1 ... 1 .-?- . ! .- )
Miss. Luoy Green has returned
from a visit tb Darlington
Mr. R T. Barfield went to Col
umbia on Monday on speoialpro.
Miss Irena Pr Ivette of Tim
mo?syille ls visiting her sister
Mrs. Edward Powers
Afr. Arch Sutherland, a clever
farmer of Olio section has our
thanks for favors
Mr. D. L. Sinclair, now of
Lumber Bridge, N. C.. has our
thanks for special favor.
Mr. K, E. Easterling, of the
N. C. Baptist. Fayetteville, spent
Saturday i and Sunday in town.
"Mr. A. B. Bryant of Judson
section was up Monday and call
ed. Peace and plenty in his sec
Hon. J. H Hudson attended
the unveiling of the monument
at Marion last week and made
Mr. J. W. Bryant now of Ham
ers, Marion county, places us un
der many obligations for kind
Messrs N T. and Dudley Mc
Call of Wesly section were among
the callers Monday. Everything
lovely at Wesley
Miss 'Julia Stockton of Win
ston-Salem is spending some
time in our town with her broth
er Dr. H. E. Stockton
Everybody that could spare the
time and money has gone to the
State Pair this week. Quite a
number went by the new road.
Bishop Capers was able to
visit our town last week, and
while here visited our Graded
School and made a talk to the
Don't You want One?
Any pub!\c Library in Marlboro
wanting a copy o! the book "South
karolina Women in the Confederacy,"
eau get it by sending 15 cents to J. T
Gant, Sec of State, Columbia, S. C.
Town Taxes Due.
The hooka for the collection of
Town Taxes are now open and
Clerk McLuuriu ia ready to write
your receipt. Seo his notice else
Clio Novelty Works.
Parties in want cf Sash, Doors,
Blinde, Balusters, Bracket Work,
etc., can get them from Clio Nov
elty Works. Mr. P. A. Hodges is
agent at Bennettsville.
Express Office Moved.
The ExpresB office ie now in
its new building on Morion Street
next door to DEMOCRAT Office,
where Mr. J. T. Eason will gladly
i'ivo ?*( answer ul! your ii!
tj ti ir ?PS ?s?si you in sending
off or r 4 packagos. lt is o
pleapm r> business with hitit
?iii?) wt Ito lias the place for
A Love Letter.
Wuuld oat intercut you if you're looking
for a guaranteed Salve foo 8 ire?. Beroi)
or Piles, otto Dodd, of Ponder, Mo ,
writes: "I suffered with an ugly soro for a
year, but a box of Hncklen's Arnica Salve
coted mo 1* a the best salve on eartv.
250 at J T. Douglas & Bro Drug store.
- The regular passenger
trains have leen put on the new
road. Leave at 6 a. m., and re
turn at ll p. m. Of course this
schedule will improve after
- Special attention is asked
to the advertisement of Mr. C.
B. Hubbard the grocer on.the
Broke Into His House
S. Lo Quian of OaVundisb, Vt., was
robbed of bis oustomary health by invoa
i tn ot Chronic Constipation. Wbon D .
King's Now Life Pills broke into his house
his trouble was arrested and DOW he's en
tirely cured. They're guaranteed to euro,
[ 250 at J. T. Douglas & Bro Drug Store.
Mittle gives the same prices
. which are bottom prices toevory
; HOT OYSTERS
The Ladies of the Methodist
Church will furnish Hot Oysters
and Dinner on the first Monday
iii November. The proceeds to
go towards paying balance on
The Continental Plant Co., Kittrell
' N. C., are^lhe Bhippets of strawberry
plants in the wor d. All desiring to
?row this 1 scious fruit ?houhl write
! for their full catalogue. They offer
, also oil kinds fruit trees. See their ad.
j Medical and Surgical ?id for Jewelry.
Io our workshop, fractures and breaks
?re mended, abrasions removed and parti*
oles of gold, fill ver ned other "preciouh''
? metal restored tn a healthy condition.
1 'lEWELRY REPAIRING
is dono successfully by workmen of skill
and experience. Miadng parts can bo re
stored, diamonds an I other stones rcs.it
Our oharges aro reasonable.
Q. J. PEARSON,
Next door to Postofhce.
TALKING IS <
say things in an Adverl
But seeing is
If I can't SELL you Fu
House in Bennettavitte I w
sell at jprices not to their
(isement in the other pap
I claim to be selling som
the balance of my stock ti
and I know these prices a
than others are selling at.
I think I can suit
If I do cot have the artic
it at IO per cent above c
I mean business a
14 Years in tin
TOWN AND ?OUNTY NEWS.
- Full moon next Wednesday
-. Next Monday is salesday
and a big one
- Hick's change o? weather
was on time Friday night
- The Clerk has some sales
- No circuses this year. They
say the Railroad rates are too
- Mr. J. M. Jackson has some
fine town property for salo. See
' - If you v,*ant a home in a
healthy part of Sumter county
write Dr. H. J. McLaurin at Sum
- Plenty of seed oats at C. S.
McCall's and now is a good time
to plant a large crop.
Mittle refunds your money if
displeased must pe as represented
or your money back
- Going to the Fair this week?
If so, go by the Seaboard and
have more time to spend in the
- We return hearty thanks to
Mr. James S. Liles of Brights
ville for a mess of choice turnips
which wert* ??. treat indeed.
(joys knee .-uiit.s and knee- pants
the best in tho laud jit bottom
prices ni Miltie's store
Se Mit tief a milliner for up-to?
iiulo iioud dress.
The correct thing is a neck ruff
get it at Mittlo'8 store.
- Call on Sol Brown and see
his bargains in Mattings and
-"Mr. E. \V Goodwin has
some fine business stands to rent
-read his ad
- Changes of advertisements
for next issue must be in by
f??T* Not cheap goods but good
gooda cheap at Mittle'a store.
- The best cook you can have
now is one of those new stoves
at Percy Moore's
- If you want a nice home in
Robeson, writo J, D. Brown
Fayettevilte-aud you can get it
A full line of H J. Heinzs O.
Pickles Preserves, Ketchups, Sau
ces, Jellies &c. at
W. M. Rowe's.^
Real good green coffee 8J to 12 J
cts at W. M. Rowe's.
Roval Baking Powders at
W. M. Rowe's.
Just received a large lot of NEW
LOADED SHELLS of all kind.
At W. M. ROWES.
NOTICE-1 HAVE REMOVED MY
OFFICE TO THE RO0M8 OVER THE
"PLANTCUS NATIONAL BANK."
H. ll. NEWTON.
Sept 1, 1902.
That Throbbing Headache
Would quickly lon va you, if you need
Dr. King's Now Lifo Pills. Thousands of
Bufferers linvo proved their matchless merit
for Sick and Nervous Headaches. They
moko puro b'ood and build up your health.
Only 25 conta, money bnck if not cured.
Sold by J, T. DongloB & Bro Druggist.
tSF Pip?s and Smokers Supplies in
endless variety can be found at J. T.
Douglas & Bro.
Knox's, Cooper's, and Cox's
gelatine at W. RI. Rowe's
A complete lino ot Armours
Canned meats at W. M* Rowe's
Hendy for Your Ordern.
Mr. L. P. Stubbs of Lester has
taken the Agency for tho Wil
bur's Stock Food, for stock and
poultry. None better on tho mur
kefc. Every pnekago guaranteed.
It will also prevent hog cholera,
and thoEO who use it can rest easy
ns to cure. Orders will be delivered
Writo or phono him and ho will
be pleased to give you all infor "na
tion. R. P. D. No 4. Sold in any
Mittle first to show up-to-date
wearing appareil for tho ladies
g the War!
DHE AP J We often
iseraenl which aro evasive.!
i believing !
.mituro Cheaper than any
ill make ray competitors
liking. Not? my adver
e lines at COSt. and
Lt greatly reduced prices,
re lower, very much lower,|
you as to Quality.
?le you want. I will order
lost and BIIOW you tho
nd don't iorecet it!
There will be DO preaching ocr vico or j
prayer meeting at tho Presbyterian church
until further notioe.
Tbe Epworth Loaguo Prayer meeting
ia held ovoiy Tuesday evening ia th?
Sum!ay Babool room of the Motbo?ist
church at 8 o'clock. The publio invited.
Prayer mectiug at Prc&bytorlaa ohurob ]
Thursday afternoon at 5 p. ra.
Tho hour for evening services at the |
churchoa in now 8.OU o'clock.
Pray or meeting at the Baptist oharas-1
every Thursday evening ?t 8.00.
Prayer meeting at the Methodist church |
every Wednesday at 8.00 p. m.
The bour for Sunday School at thc |
Methodist obnroh has* been changed to |
4 00 o'clock in tho afternoon.
Ouroa Blood Poison. Cancer, Ulcers, Ec
7.0ma, Carbuncles, Bte. Medicino Free?
Robert Wurd. Maxey'p, (Ja., say>: '1
suffered I rom blood poison, my hoad, fact
and shoulder wera one mass ot' corruption,
aches in bone? and joints, burning, itch
ing scabby skin; was all run down aud I
di.-couraged, but Botanic Blood Balm
cured mo perfectly, healed all the Morel
and gavo my skin the rich jjlow ot' health.
Blood Balm put new lifo into my blood,
and new ambition into my brain." Geo.
A. Williams, Roxbury, face coverod < "th
pimplen, chronic 6oro on bnok of t . '
suppurating swelling on neck, eating ul
cci- on leg, bone pains, hobing skin, j
cured perfectly by Butonro Blood Balm
sores ull healed, - Botanio Bipod Balm j
urea all inuliguunt blood trouble:*, such
as eczema, scabs und tcidcp, pimplos,
runnir;, -o.t. , curbuocTofl, scrofula, tte.
?spcdully advised fas ?'.1 ob-t'in-m caseij
hut have reached ?bo stroud pr ITnird"
tage. DingK?iitii, Si. To provo i* t tree
:: ut i >"e (if Blood I'.ilin Serit b CO and pre
paid uy wrttiug ??loud Bairn Co.-, Allay*
tu, Qa. Describa trouble and free medical
advice sent in souled letter. For salo at |
J. T. Douglas? & Bro
ARTISTIC AS "WELL AS
Idean in Millinery ure realized io
FALL AND WINTER MU LSNKRY
never IOSPB its attractiveness. The !
collection is kept up to a high atan
dard of excellence in beauty and
?quality. New creations, morel
I charming perhaps, take the place ]
of Hats which have heen selected.
White and light colored felts are j
shown in great variety; Their Hoes
are softened with quillt*, breast a
and pom poms, together with the
draped scarf of silk and broad rib*
MISSES LFASE & WOOTERS,
TUE LADIES STORE,
Conclusions of a Priest
Hov. Jno B. Cox, of Woko, Ark., Write?,
'For 12 years I safTarcd from Yellow
Jaundice I consulted a number of phys*
ioians and tried all sorta of medicines, but
got no relief. Then I began the uso of
Electric Bitters and feel that I- Bm now
cured of a disoase that had me in its
grasp for twelve years.'' If you want a
reliable modicioo for Litor and Eidnoy
trouble, stomach disorder or genoruL do?
bility, gat Eleotrlo Bitters. Ita guaraoteol
by J. T. Douglas & Bro. Only 50J.
Mothers Rend This.
"We hope that all the muthera 0
our community have read tho ad ver
tisoment of Dr. Moifott'a teething pow
der* (Teeth i na) that has been appear
ing in this paper, as it comes to na
highly endorsed by the best people of
the lund who have need it.
Teethinn is not a patent medicine
but a favorite prescription of Dr. C.
J. Mofl'ett who graduated at Jeffersons
Medical College, Philadelphia, Pa.,
and has had much experience in tho
treatment of children, and his Teeth
ina becoming so popular ho was foroed
to abandon the general practico to de
vote his time to the manufacture of
these powders that have saved the
lives of thousands of children. - It is
claimed that nothing equals them tor
thc irritations of teething and the
?summer troubler; of children of any
age and no rc other with small child
ren should ly? without them.
M?tt??'s ^Store is the place|
supply your wants
Whether it be Dry floods, Millinery' Shoes,
Notions and Underwear.
rao?t complete and up to
date line at
Ladies and Children's COATS AND
? BOYS SUITS and OVERfJOATS.
Our increased business is evidence conclusive, we have the]
Qoo?s ut ibo'RIGHT PR?0E3.
f?tM?^^l? All kinds of GOOD SHOES to FIT
!?>te?^!?S*f?5)* ALL SIZE BEET. Get a pair of?
WOLFE BROS SHOES tor every female member of your|
family, then you will have them well shod for little money.
BL;A>Jf?KTS. Tn(* famous Georgia Wool Blankets.
Get out* prices on Blankets and we will get your trade.
Just in nev/ shapes in Shirt Waists, HATS, Ready to wear
Hat* und oilier Millinery Goods. We never allow Stock to
run down iii hopes of running off Tail-enders or Stickers. Our
increased business justifies a lull stock the year round to satis
fy thc wants of the Good Dressers who patronize MittlSS StOTO.
Ons Heady to Wear Department
Is doing the business:-- We are continually duplicating in
every line. You will not have to take what is left it you trade I
al MITRE'S STORE. . 1
Just received a bip; shipmen! bf Boys Knee Pants. . Prices
from 25 cents up. Values that win Trade. Our line of Knee
Pant Suits; Boys Overcoats and Odd Pants to fit all ages, and
suit all purses.
Yow Money back,
It not pleased with your purchases from
OCT '2?, 1903_
THE UP-TO-DATE MERCHANT.
Bennettsville, s. C
Mi i n/
^01 jf Mt
MATTING-S, RUGS, BABY
Carriages and Go-Oaits.
J] LOM EM BER, a fii'1 line of NEW AND UP-TO-DATh
V 'urn ira re for Bed Room, Dining Boom. Hall
atid ir ?.tollen? is to be found here at prices that will muk?
rou waul to refurnish vonr house.
Special attention qaid to mw starters' going
II and Inspect oiur Lines,
"THE FURNITURE XIAN"
October 20, 1903. BENNETTSVILLE, S, C.
(.^sday and Wednes
ill?wKiil AGAINST LOSS
ii, LIGHTNING OR WIND STORK.
F'flt ES WILL COME, mn] generally when least expected, therefore, it ii
?ai' ! usin?e o protect yourself against loss by Insuring your Dwellings
Foi ni; yr?;, ? a uml Cotton Cine, Stores and Stocks of Merchandise, in
so. i>ue of thc Companies named below. If you will call on me ut my
qflice ov?? Flouters National Bank, Bennettsville, or write me at Bennetts
viii*:, 8, ('. and let me make you rate, you will be BU rim : ed to know how
lit Ml COS 1 YOU to secure THIS PROTECTION.
: Companied represented by me are na follows;
th .. . .o? .v Lori?ou & Globe, ol Liverpool
Uo ?.Wt>:?> ; 1,
Aatn?, of UiiTtiord, OonneeUout,
I Hr ?!'... ot -U*-.? . 'd, Conn..
Ph<.<;.:X, OT ?Ofi t< D,
No h ? " iii A Me oauUlo, ot Lon J ou and
Phoenix,, ? .: ??iUfi>d, Cooa.,
O?tiUoeutn), ol fla? York,
Pboni , of RfooVt/o,
Ort ii (doh, of Mfiv York,
LaKayctto *! Ntv York,
IDB Co. j o? North Imerioa, Philadelphia,
Southern S took Mutual, Greensboro,
Southern Under writers, Greensboro,
Hanover, of Now York,
Niagara, of New York,
Philadelphia Underwriters, Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania, of Philadelphia,
Fire Association, Philadelphia,
Equltabla, of Charleston, 8. C.
Gorman, of Freopart, 111.,
Qi)"on Ina. Co., of America, N. Y.
Georgia nomo, Columbus, Ga.,
British Amorioa, Toronto, Cauada.
? will WRITE Business in any section ot the County. ALL? LOSSES
HO:. ?>. ADJUSTED AND PROMPfLY PAID.
B?bt rr, 1003.
A. J. BRISTOW, AGT.
Bennettsville, S, C.
8AX?*MK>. W .. ?TED-to look afto.r
our interest in Marlboro and adjacent
oouotiea Snlarv or Commission.
Addroiq t':o I.IAUYBV Om Co ,
Flowers 1 Flowers !
Mrs. JnoS. Moore has a fine
lot of Geraniums, Begonias
Ferns, Palms and other plants,
well rooted} that she desires to
sell Cuttings 25c per dozen.
Among the New Arrivals
wm u UIIU?JU,
The celebrated "Alco -Brand
POR HARDWARE OP IViRV DESCRIPTION
Do You want A GRAIN DRILL?
If so, Get The Best.
We sold in thia County last season ELt?VEN of Hie tl Far
mer ? Favorite Grain Drills," and every one of
them gave perfect satisfaction. Wo guarantee them [ojease.
Read wbat some of our customers have to say :
MR. P. A. HODGES,
I om very much pleased with iho "Farmers Favorito Grain
Drill" bought of you last season, I have planted my crops of Oats, Whoat, Peas
nod Sorgum Cane, and it has given mo satisfaction. Whcro 1 have been putting
Four Bushels Oats when sowed with hand, I find Two and a Half Bushel* is Milli
oient when sowed with Drill. " Signed J. F. .BREEDEN,
This is to certify that wo planted our oron of small grain with tho "Farmer's
Favorite Grain Drill1' last season, and are nlcasod with it in ovcry particular. We
planted aa much as six bushels Red Rust Proof Oats per acre, and in evcr? instance
it gave us a perfect stand, and has given entiro satisfaction. Wo heartily reconi?
mend it. Signed T, S. and E. W. EVANS;
MR P. A, HODGES
The "Former's Favorite Grain Drill'" bought of you has
"tveo em're satisfaction: und I licartilv iei:onjni.".nd it.
Signed C. (TAMER!
-<c ?-y ?> G 41? >0 1> b ? O O i> o
Se? us ii. you B^pecu
to Buy a DRILL..
Sept 16, ly03.
U T. DOUGLAS.
A. O. DOUGLAS
I. T. DOUGLAS & BROTHER,
Practical Pharmacists and Dealers in j] .
Wm ?)niSs an(l Patent Medicines,
CpfQ?L?T ? ARTICLES |jQF^f?^
I Plain and Fancy Stationery and School Supplies,
' 'fPaints, Oils, Varnis?i* Bras?ios9 ;:]
G-LASS and PUTTY." , \% i
FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO. ^>
t&~ Prescriptions carefully compounded at all Iwui s
and guaranteed to be of the Purest Drugs and at
A full line Garden Seed & Onion Seis
TlianhJul for past liberal patronage we solicit a contitiuanceof same
J. T. DOUGLAS URO,
January .1, 1902. AT THE OLD STAMP.
FEE DEE MACHINE ?0.,
W. P, BREEDEN, Jr. MANAGER.
of All Kinds
AND GENERAL REPAI WORK,
- DEALER IN AND MANUFACTURER OF -
Ceiling, Flooring, Siding, Brackets,
Balusters, Newels, &c,
BUILDING MATERIAL OP ALL RINDS,
IF YOU ARE IN NEED X)F any kind of LUMBER, ^ougb
or dressed, we would be glad to liave vou call at our MILL
and look over stock. _,
B?iT* Phone orders promptly attended to