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BE^p^SYILLEt [3. 0.
" " BX.Sl? A.' 1?BOWK & fe?:' ' !
O?lcdpn Marion Street Opposite
Masonic Hall? .
Fr???aY, Hovember 27, 1903.
. (bVutli Froooedloga concluded,
^?litol?t^^?er the c^mUtee calls
ai?i? Clerk of the
^.raaffili'i^'-Vn-. has had tor e-jme time.
a^m?r'HftrrTWlilW which has been non
?r?t?6??t bearing, and ol which thebanks
h>y&hflUlise > without charge. If it is
practicable, without jeopardizing his
responsibility, the Clerk should be re
quired to' loan this money out. so that it
will bring in an income to the parties to
whom it belongs. They, therefore, re
commend that the Clerk be authorized
and directed to loan this money either
.t?'ttie Bank which will pay interest there
ott, or to some, responsible individual,
taking as security a first mortgage upon
unencumbered real estate, worth double
the villiie o' trio sum loaned.
?.. They examined the Jail and lound
it in pond oondifion, well kept and the
prisoners receiving proper attention.
They have examined the books of
the diflerent ?inc?r?, and find them pro
perly preserved, heatly and nicely kept,
and brought up to date. They did not
enter into the correctness ot the settle-,
ment between the County Board oi Com
missioners and the County Auditor, or
of the Superintendent ot Education, as
this duty ls by law devolved upon our
foreman and other County and State
officials. " Respcctlully submitted,
0. T. Easterling,
K. B. Crosland,
A. G. Sinclair,
Tho Grand Jury,'na n body, npprove
and adopt tho roport of the committee
with ito reoomendattona. Especially do
they favor the reoomendations in roforonoo
to tho ohangea in the Cleric's ofQoo. Tbero
aro a largo number of old records, oom
menning almost at the time when this
State waa'an EngHshpOolony, wbioh woro
in the jurisdiction of the old Court of
Common Fleas and Court of Chancery
wbioh are of little practical value, but
occupy a large Bpace. These can, without
detriment, be removed to the office now
occupied by the Auditor, and tho fire
proof J department bo devoted exclusively
io the more recent records, aud to Ilia de
partment of conveyancing. Tho Auditor
can transfer hin office, and occupy tho
zoom now in the UBO of Mr. Easterling as
Magistrate, nnd, as it adjoins that of the
County Treasurer, it would ba moro con
venient than whore be ia now plaoed.
- ' The Grund Jury calla attention to tho
H danger and Inconvenience of the railroad
'"crossing on Marton Btroot. Thia is proba
bly tho most used thoroughfare entering
-into Bennettaville, and though previous
Grand Jnries bavo time and again called
attention to tho necessity of the railroad
keeping continuously a watchman at thin
point, yet nothing has boen done. They
i rocomond and emphasizQ aa strongly os
"-?-language eau moko it that tho Soliaitor
fcsko saoh ptops M muy bo u?coBHnry#
whether hy iniloimenfc ot: bthwrwdi to
Soroo UM -..iitur.d MiUio-'itio!. to keep c
wt thc pok.t v.'hf.i O tho ?ft?i?W'* '-..-<:.
STr.ricn utrcor, arid th.it thc milrond IK
plopped from hlonfcrJitifc' or Interfering
with travel nm! trafile bj stopping u > thal
crossing''^* The '.5roi\d Jury ala? cnU i ttl o'?
fciou lo tittil ?H1I0 t?gbid thai tho tologrupt
and telephone lines pay to the rights ol
tho traveling publia by- blockading thc
highways and roads with their poles. Com*
plaint is hoard from different sections oi
tho County, and tho Grand Jury hope th if
ovil will be remedied. They present tho
Postal Telegraph Company for obstructing
tho publio highway known as tho ' Wire
Bond," leading from Cheraw to Fayette
ville, by having their polos set within thc
limits of the same.
.They present Clarence Cork for disturb
ing a religious meoting nt Bruton 'a Fork
Church on Friday tho Mi day nf Septem
Ia conclue i on tho Grand Jury thank
your Honor for your olear exposition of
tho law pertaining to their duties and thc
Bills which were submitted to thom ; to the
Solicitor for having all his Billa ready and
by reason of wbioh they wore not delayed,
and for other valuable- aid; and to the
Clerk and Sheriff, and other officers of the
court, for prompt and kind attention.
Speaking entirely from an imporaonal
standpoint and without reference to theil
own body, tho Grand Jury desire to con
gratulata tho Board of Jury Commission
ors upon tho olass of citizens who, for thc
past few yearn, baye hoon drawn to Borve
on tbe petit jury; and thoy wish to expr. BE
to those jurors their appreciation of thc
faot that thoy bavo not attempted to shirk
theso high, important and onerous dutiet
bat have Her ved faithfully and uncomplain
ingly. With a pure judiciary and honeal
and intelligent jnrors, there oan bo nc
miscarriage of justice.
J. II. David, Foreman.
Nov 18, 1903.
Saves Two From Deal Ii.
"Our little daughter had an almost fata
attack of whooping cough and bronchitis,'
writes Mrs, W. IC. Buviland, of Armonk
N. Y., "but when all other remedies failec
we Bavod her lifo with Dr. King's Nev
Discovery. Our nioco who bad Consumptioi
lu an advanced stage, n?BO used this won
doral medicine aed to-day ehe is perfect]
well." Desd?rate throat and lung disease
yield l<> Dr. King's New Discovery as t
no other medicino on earth. Infallible fo
Cou3hs and Colds 500 and $1.00 bottle
guaranteed by J- T. Douglas & Bro. Trio
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Marlboro-Court of Com
John B. Graham, ns Administrator 0
tho Personal Estate of W. R. Grnham
deceased, and as heir at law of tal
Julius Carlisle. Laura Carlisle. Mani;
Carlisle, Willjo Curlisle and Chnrltoi
Carlisle, as heirs at law of said dcceasei
and F. B. Gibson, Defendants
Complaint /or Account and liclief.
IN accordance with a Dcoretal Ordo
granted in the above entitled action
All and singular thc creditors of tho eslatt
of W. R, Graham, deceased, are heroh;
notified to establish their claims befon
mo on or before (ho first day cf January
next, or bo barred the benefit of any dc
cieo which may bo rendered in said cause
J. A. DRAKE,
No?, 16,1903. Clerk and Rofereo
> Mr. Fred R I>?dbett?r'of Max
ton spent Sunday"; in oui1 town
V.'Mjv JV.' JJ. McQ?aig? of Hebron
was un Saturday and called. No
special news in Hebron.
Mr. Welcome Barfield of Oli?
was up Monday and gave us a
Mr. E. W. Goodwin of Bright
sville was in town Monday and
made us feel good
Mr. ? W". D. Moore was taken
suddenly ill Saturday and is still
Mr. J. J. Tart of Egypt was
dp Wednesday and called. No
Capt J. C. McRae of Red Bluff
was up Tuesday and dropped in
to see us. Everything lovely in
Mrs. W. L?. Pearson and child
ron have been spending a few
days with her sister Mrs. A. B.
Coward at Cheraw
Senator McCall spent two days
in Charleston in the interest of
the Hampton monument. If the
scheme fails it won't be his fault.
Mr, Vance Tatum, one of the
assistant agents of our Coast
Line Depot, was called suddenly
to the bedside of his mother Mrs.
Caroline Tatum, on Thursday
last by tho sad news that she
had been stricken with paralysis
at her home in Elizabetbtown,
N. C., and that her condition
Married on Thursday evening Nov-:
ember 19th 1903, by Notary Public
J. P. Gibson, Mr. J. H. McQueen
?nd Miss Maggio Love, now of^our
Mr. McQueenJwill be remembered
by tho survivors of Cnpt Harrington's
company He ia now 65 years old and
is on the pension I?BI, as one of the
faithful tew. Long life to McQ and
his young bride.
I DEATHS' DOINGS.
Died at hie home in Hebron on
Friday evening last, after a short ill
ness of pneumonia, Mr. John Webb,
a well known young man of that town
ship. Ho leaves a wife and one child.
I The funeral services were held at
Hebron cemetery onSatuoday after?
noon, conducted by Rey. W. li,
Died nt the homo of her son-in-law,
Mr. J. H. Gibbs, near Reynolds X,
on Tuesday November 17, 1903, after
a long illness, Mrs. Mary Jackson
nged 72 years. She leaves two daugh
ters, Mrs, J. H. Gibbes and Mrs. Thos
B. Fraser. She was laid to rest on the
18th iu Hebrou cemetery, Rev. W.
B. Baker conducting the funeral ser
Grucking ?o?(i li?rinbr.
MtvYrk AT Breeden ol' Ad?mavjlle
, A-ap^down Saturday and brought ?? ?
. ..ifc/h- ' -?f frosh eauMg'j iust,inad?i
up^r??tethifee ono y ear old pi ga thal
netted mm ?02? pounds. He s?y?
they girt untie ot Lacfcoy'? slops, hui
' I eat of GOO bushels bf corn which IK
madelin ..'.- ?re ii acre? of lund. Vi Liv.
has done better thia? Pigs weighing
340 and corn to spare on ll acres.
Shooting in Brownsville.
News was received hero'Wed
nesday night that Mr. Sam Coxe
who lives near Drake's mill, had
shot his wife and little babe
Neither were killed and hopes are
entertained that both will recover
Mr. Coxe has left. No particular
have been entertained.
Was duly observed in BeunettB?
ville Services were held at the
Presbyterian church and Rev. A,
B. Watson of the Methodist churcl
preached an excellent sermon and
a collection was taken up for the
Services were also held at Ebe
nezer church, after which there
was an old time Thanksgiving.
Wo heaid of no accidents oij in
cidents worthy of note and onlj
saw 2 persons under the iufluenct
ot liquor, and they were colored.
Broke Into His House.
S Lo Quil?n ot Cuvcndibh, Vt., wai
robbed of hilt customary bcahh by iovns
ion of Chronio Constipation. Whoa Dr
Kind's Now Lifo Pillu broke into hie houai
hilt trouble was arrested aud now bo's ca
tirely cured. They're gaarautced to cure
25c nt J. T. Douglas & Bro Drug Store.
Tho Continental Plant Co., Kitlrel
N. C., aro the shippers of strawberry
plants in tho world. All desiring ti
grow this 1 scious fruit should writ
for their full catalogue. They ofle
ala J all kinds fruit tress. Seo their nd
A. K. HAWKES, the famous Atlant 1
Opticinn, direct from thc homo oflloo 0
(lui great Optical (louse, or ono of hi
practical Opticians, will romain at (lu
store of his agent Bcnnettsville Drug Co.
foi 3 day.-* only, beginning Doo 71 li Titi
wi!! piy'e i)iu c'uizen- of BonootUville ant
vicinity a raie opportunity ol hiviui; thci
oyoiiighi toiduJ FUE 10 by ono of th
[mort lennwirc.! ns well aa reliable Optic
'ians in tht: United State*.
Mr. Hawkes has all the modern up
plianccH for thc scientific adjustment 0
Sj cctidos and Kyc Glasses to tho oyc
There ii no Optician in thc United State
who enjoys tho confidence of thc peopl
moro llian Mr. Hawkes. HU paine is
familiar word throughout a t-ociion of th
country inhabited by over twenty fiv
millions of pcoplo. Mr. Hawkes has prob
ably filled glasses to I he eyes of more pee
plu uf national and international fain
(han uny other Oolician living, His won
derl'ul 8UCOC8S is duo to his superior grad
of glasses, and to thc confident) J tho poo
plo havo tn his ability us praotical Optio
ian. This firm was established in 1870
nearly thirty y??rs ago.
Coll early ns ho will pnstivoly romaii
but 3 days, as he has other engagement:
for later dams. CAUTION;-Those lamou
glasses aio never paddled.
. - Remember tho ontortair.
ment to-night at Tatum.
In order to rectuc
jtime, I will sell tue
jl now occupy at
Now, is ji
G. We i
.14 Years fn th
TOWN ANJO COUNTY NEWS.
- Full moon next Friday
- R. F. PeterMu has our
thanks for favors
- Leo David has our thanks
Mittle gives the'same prides which
aro bottom prices to every one.
- Hicks and DeVoe were both
correct With their cold waves
- Our correspondents must
bear with us this week, we will
get straight next week.
- The McCollum store at Mc
Coll was burned last Thursday
BSP" The famous Fitz Lee and
Lexington stoves and ranges at
the new furniture store
- If you want a home in a
healthy part of Sumter county
write Dr. H. J. McLaurin at Sum
- Call and examine the Nat
ional Felt Mattress, sold under
guarantee, 60 nights trial at the
new furniture store
- Cottolene for sale at
TT M. "Rowe's;
Miltie fm-t to show nplo-dale wear?
ing appareil for lite- ladieo ?iud ehi|d
Kev?' arrivais in neck ru ll H at
Mitti e's store ;
II'it is reliable,? up-to dut" h?d to
li? lound iu ii fust ?lrtsa dvy gonda
ore you oau gel it ttl iiiili o a H iure.
SW" New crop shreded Raisins,
Currants, Citron &c. at
W. M. Rowe's.
Boys knee suils and knee pants the
host i:i the land at bottom prieas at
?Millie refunds your money if dis
pleased must he as represented or
your mouey hack.
- H. J. Heinz's Co., prcDared
mince meat, cranberry sauce and
apple butler for sale at
W. M. Rowe's.
- Plenty of seed oats at C. S.
McCall's and now is a good time
to plant a large crop.
- Call on Sol Brown and see
his bargains in Mattings and
figg" Not cheap goods but good
goods cheap at Mittle's store.
- The best cook you can have
now is one of those new stoves
at Percy Moore's
A full line of H J. Heinzs Go.
Pickles Preserves, Ketchups, Sau
ces, JellieB &c. at
"W. M. Rowe's.
Real good green coffee 8$ tol2A
ct8 at W. M. Rowe's.
Royal Baking Powders at
W. M. Rowe's.
Just received a large lot of NEW
LOADED SHELLS of all kind.
At W. M. ROWE'S.
NOTICE-1 HAVE REMOVED M?
OFFICE TO TOE ROOMS OVER THE
'PLANTERS NATIONAL BANK."
H. H. NEWTON.
Sept 1, 1902.
That Throbbing llendacho
Would quickly leave you, If you usec
Dr. King's Now Lifo Fills. Thousands ol
sufferers havo proved thoir matchless morii
for Sick and Nervous Headaches. Thej
ranko puro blood and build up your boalth
Only 25 cents, money back if not cured
Sold by J, T. Douglas Si Bro Druggist.
Pipus and Sniokors Supplies ii
endless variety can be found at J. T
Douglas & Bro,
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE 1
STATE OV SOUTH CAROLINA, i
COUNTY OP MAIILIIOHO. y
TN pursuance of nn Order granted bi
* Milton McLaurin, B quire, Judge o'
Probate for said county and Stute, I wi!
sell at my residence in thc county 0
Marlboro thc personal property belotiginj
to thc ostate of William L. Spears, deo'd
consisting ol' Ono llorac, One Buggy ont
Harness, Ono one horso Wagon, Om
Single-barrel Gun, Two Plows. Ono Pis
toi.,el c. Thc said salo to bo for CASH
and lo take plaoa at my home at 11 o'
clock in tho forenoon, TUESDAY, tin
8th day ol' December 1903.
Nov 19, 1903,
? ve to the]
ise now oe?
f R. T. LARF1?LD.
e my stock by thal
> Goods m tlie storel
a SMALL SttAR-1
ie FURNITURE BUSINESS.
The State Baptist Convention]
meets in Sumter next week.
Tho South Carolina Conference)
meets in Greenville December 8.
There will bo special cervices in the
interest of the W. F. M. Society at j
I Beauty Spot Church on Sunday afternoon
j nt 3 30 o'clock November 29. 1903, Tho
publie are cordially invitod.
Service at Presbyterian church nest j
Sunday at ll a. m., and 7.30 p. m.
Subject for evening aermon: "Keep-1
the Sabbath." All aro invited.
Rev. A. J. S. Thomas will preach
at tho Baptist church next Sunday
and will wo know receive a warm
The Epworth Leaguo Prayer meeting
ie bold every Tuesday evening in tbe
Sunday school room of tbo MotbodiBt
church nt 8 o'clock. Tbe public invited.
Prayer meeting nt Presbyterian ohnrcb |
Thursday aftornooa at 5 p. m.
Tho hour for evening services at tho |
churches is now 7.30 o'clock.
Prayer meeting at the Baptist church j
every Thursday evening at 7 30.
Prayer meeting at the Methodist cbnrob
avery Wednesday at 7.30 p. m.
The hour for Sunday Behool at tho j
Methodist church bag been changed to j
j.'O o'olock lr thc cftorcnr.n.
f LK?KE l?cmohiber,
Hamilton sells 14 lbs ig?od
Kn eu coffee for SI 00
H0? D Y S i EHS
The Ladies of the Methodist
j Church will furnish Hot Oysters
and Dinner on the first Monday
in December at the Jennings
House next to Drug Store, from
ll to 4 o'clock.
Have Patience Friends.
If your Arc Lump don't burn,
call up P. E Rowe, Supt., aud
ask him to fix it but don't kussl
Power House phone 182,
Residence M 121.
WARNING NOTICE T
?I 1.1. persons are hereby warned not to
jiu bunt, fi'ih or otherwise trespass in
any manner upon any ol my lands in
Nov 25, 1903 F.. W. Goodwin,
IN order to lully settle the estate ol J.
R. Webster, the undersigned will sell
at Bennettsvlllc, S. C., on the first Mon
day of December next, the Mules, Hor*
ses. Wagons, Farming I m pl i me nts.
Corn, Forage &c., belonging lo said
Estate at public Auction for cash.
D. D. McColl.
S J. Du Pre.
Executors ol J. R. Webster.
Nov 23, 1903.
WE STILL FEED
WHICH in town and you want a good
meal, romeniber wo can serve yon,
A good meal for 250. Rc&tanrant
north of the Market.
FRESH OYSTERS in evory etylo.
D. J. BRAYBOY
Bennettsville & Cheraw Railroad
Commencing Monday Nov. 9, 1C03.
and until further notice, trains botweor
Cheraw and Beunottsvillc will be oporatetl
on the following lohcdulo, daily oxcop
WEST BOUND PROM UENNETTSVfLLE
THAIN Leavo Bcnncltsvillo* 7 00 a m
13 Leave Everett's 7 25 a ni
Leave Kollock's 7 40 a tu
Arrive Cboraw 7 50 a m
TRAIN Leave Bonnottsvillo 5 00 p :;
33 Leave Kvorett's 5 30 p ni
Leave Kollock's 5 50 p wi
Arrivo Cheraw 6 00 r m
EAST BOUND FROM CJ1ERAW.
TRAIN Lonvo Cheraw 8 10 ta
3S Lonvo Kollook's 8 20 ni
Leave Everolt'a 8 35 :< in
Arrivo Bonnoltayillc 9 00 ii bu
TRAIN Leave Cheraw 9 25 j: m
32 Loavo Kolloek's 9 30 p 1.1
Leave Everett's 9 50 y iii
Arrivo Bennettsville 10 20 p 0]
A. G. PAGE, 8up .
?horaw, Nov. 7, 1903,
YOUR FIRST PURCHASE 18 ALL WB ASK!
We will Demonstrate to your entire sat
islactioii that WE OFFER THE BEST and
LAUGEST LINE of
BM* G?09S, HtlUNBET. SHOES
HOnONS rai BOYS ClotMug
at prices that are low for high .grade, goods.
WITHOUT QUESTION or quibbling your money refund
??l for any goods bought o? us that are not satisfactory
in every particular. You cannot afford to make your pur
bases in our line until you have seen our stock, learned our
prices, Tihich are right *
We arc prepared to fill every want in Millinery. Lots
of nev floods just arrived, such aa HATS, OSTRICH Plumes
and other Trimmings that are popular, at pric?s^hat defy com
petition. DRY GOODS, DOMESTICS, FANCIE3-we have
a complete line. A pleasure to show you through.
DRESS TRIMMINGS and NOVELTIES^ We have prov
en oar Store headquarters, always showing ?he most Stylish
Goods first. Ladies, Misses and Infants
COATS AND WRAPS to fit and irait all sizes
at a saving of 25 to 40 per cent.
BOYS KNEE SUITS,and Knee Pats. The big trade in
this linc is proof we have the goods at the correct prices.
Shoes that are Shoes-The Wolfe Bros. Line. Every
pair gu ran teed to give satisfaction or another pair free, at
popular prices. We show this line in Ladies, Misses and
Childrens, and insist that you return any pair that do not give
Exai?ine Our StOCk and we will demonstrate to
your satisfaction MITTLE'S STORE is the place to do your
Trading-Ti.e Goods, The Styles, The Qualities and the cor
rect Prices. You must be pleased or your money back.
YOURS FOR HONEST DEALINGS.
THE UP-TO-DATE MERCHANT.
Bennettsville, S. C
NOV IS, 1003.
. AT THE
We aim to PEE ASE, and will refund your!
money ii you are not satisfied with your
Call and gee a sample bottle of CEDARINE, the greatest
I FURNITURE POLISH known. Its free to you.
WILL G KT YOU ANY PIECE OF FURNITURE NOT]
IN STOCK, on short notice, at a trifle above Factory price.
Clall and see us. Phone 190
"THE FURNITURE MAN"
Nov. 20, 1903. BENNETTSVILLE, S, C.
Bl YOUR PROPERTY UMIST LBS!
?, LIGHTNING OK WIND STORMS. .
SHIRES WILL COME, aud gener.d'y when least expected, therefore, it ?B
[\' Hilft) business to protect, yourself/against losa by Insuring your Dwelliogs.
Furoituro, -oms and Cotton Gins, Stores and Stocks of Merchandise, it
HO mp one of the Companies Damed below. If you will call on me at raj
.f over Pl antera National Bunk, Beunettsville, or write moat Bennetts
. .;! ., 8. C., and lot me make you rate, you will be surprised to know how
Mik it will COSI YOU to secure THIS PROTECTION.
Tho Co.- inieB represented by me are as follows;
I :.? . (pool jfc London & Olobo, of Liverpool
H ? 'ut Liverpool,
; Aetna, of ' ? rtford, Counaotlout,
j ttortfofd, ot Raitford, Conn.,
lix, ot Loudon,
Kurth H t i Uh & Mercantile, of London and
: Phoenix, of Hartford, Conn.,
1 . il, ot New York,
E'l '.r, ol Brooklyn,
|(*t?ot wlohj ot New York,
LLKHTOUO. af New York,
inti. Co., ot North Atnerioa, Philadelphia,
Southern Stock Mntnal, Greensboro,
Southern Uuderwritora, Greensboro,
Hanover, of Now York,
Niagara, of Now York,
Philadelphia Underwriter, Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania, of Philadelphia,
Fire Aasooiatlon, Philadelphia,
Equitable, of Oharleeton, S. O.
German, of Frooport, 111.,
Queen Ins. Co., of America, N. Y
Goorgia Homo, Columbus, Ga.,
British America, Toronto, Canada.
i will wniTE Business in any seotion of tho County. ALL LOSSES
HONESTLY ADJUSTED AND PROMPTLY PAID.
A. J, BRISTOW, A GT
?opt 17, 1903. Bennettsville, S, O.
SALESMEN WANTED-to look after
our interest in Marlboro and adjacent
counties. Salary or Commission,
Ad ?i.-ess (he BABYBV On* Co.,
Flowers I Flowers I
Mrs. Jno S. Moore has a fine
lot of Geraniums, Begonias
Ferns, Palms and other plants,
well rooted, that ehe desires to
sell Cuttings 95o per dozen.
?moug the New Arrivals
The celebrated "Alco'' Brand
Do You want A GRAIN DRILL ?
If so, Get Tho Best.
We sold in this County last season ELEVEN of the ? ' Far?=
mer's Favorite Q-rain Drills," and every one-of
them gave perfect satisfaction. We guarantee them io please.
Read what some of our customers have to say :
MR. P. A. HODGES,
I am very mach pleased with tho "Farmers Fuvorite Grain
Drill" bought of you last season. I havo planted my orops of Oats, Whoat, Peas
nod Sorgum Cano, and it has given me satlsfaotion. Where 1 have boon patting
Four Bushels Oats when sowed with hand, I find Two and a Hulf Bushels ia suffi?
oient when sowed with Drill. Signed J. F. BREEDEN,
This is to eertify that wo planted our orop of small grain with tho "Farmer's
Favorito Grain Drill" last season/and are pleased with it in every particular. We
planted aa mach as six bushels Red Rust Proof Oats per aero, and-in o veri instance
it gave us a perfect stand, and has given entire satisfaction. f^' We heartily recomV'
mend it. Signed T, S./andE. W. EVANS.
MR P. A. HODGES * ' ^ ?
Tho "Farmer's Fivoritu C?rain Drill" boughti'pf you has
inven entire Batisuioti??, and I haartilv recotumou.l it.
' Signori ,T. 0. HAMER.
Selb im if yon Baqpe?t''
to Buy a DH?JLi?i.
Sept 16, 1903.
J. T. DOUGLAS.
... DOUGLAS & BROTH!
Practical Pharmacists and Dealcrs?in g_
^ ure Shrugs and patent Medicines,
CTTO?LET^ARTICLES |jpj% EVERY ^pp^j?
Plain and Fancy Stationery and School Supplies,
9 v*=aoj . W?Ajiaioaip
GKLASS and PUTTY
FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
i?* Prescriptions carefully compounded at ail Jwurs
and guaranteed to be of the Purest Drugs and at
A full line Garden Seed & Onion Sets.
Thankful for pose liberal patronage we solicit a continuanceof same
if J, T. DOUGLAS & BRO.
January ?1, 1902. AT THE OI.D STJLXTX),
TM BK MACHINE GO
W. P, BREEDEN, Jr. MANAGER.
^Miaoliinery of All Kinds
AND GENERAL REPAI WORK, ^>
- DEALER IN AND MANUFACTURER OF -
Ceiling, Flooring, Biding, Brackets,
Balusters, Newels, &c.
BUILDING MATERIAL OP ALL KIDS.
IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF any kind of LUMBER, ?otigh
or dressed, we would be glad to have vou call at our MILL
and look over stock.
Phone orders promptly attended to