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BENNETTSYILLE, S. cT
MY 8. A. RBOWHr ?fe CO,
Office on Marion Street Oppoaite\
Friday, February 28 1904.
Our Town Gorvernment.
MAYOR-P. A, Hodges
-ALDERMEN-J. Frank Breeden, C. 8.
Chaffin, A. G. Sinclair, W. W. Pal?.
CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc-|
Laurin. Office open daily.
POLIOS-J. F. David, H. C. Harper.
Marlboro County Officers.
SiiKBirr-J. B. Green
CLERK OF CLERK-J. A. Drake
JunoK or PROBATE-M. MoLaurin
* CORONER-C. P. Covington
SUPERVISOR-M. E. Coward
SUPT. EDUCATION-WV L. Stanton
TREASURER-J. H. Thoma*
AUDITOR-ChoB. I. Sherrin.
SENATOR-Chas. S. McCall.
REPRESKN TATIVEB-D. D. McColl, Jr.
j. P. Bunch, Welcome Quick.
M AU is TAI ES-C. D. Easterling, T. L
II. L. MoLaurin, MoColi
John A. Calhoun. Clio,
V7. J. Atkinson, Blenheim,
D. D. Stubb;), Br?ghtflvillo,
W. W. Irby, Smithville._
Directory of Bennettsville Lodges
CONSOLIDATED LODGE NO. 15, K. ol
P., meets overy second and fourth Moo*
day nighta at 7.30 o'clock.
- J. T. Dudloy. C. C.
C. D. Easterling, K- of R. & 8.
MARLBORO LODQR NO. 88, meet? at
Bennettsville. Friday evening, on or bo*
fore caoh full moon at 8 o'clock.
J. F. Kinney, W. M.
H. E Stockton, Sooretary.
County Masonic Directory.
MARLBORO CUAPTER No. 30 R. A.
M., nioeta at Bennettsville on the second
Friday of each month.
J. F. Kinney. H. P.
H, E. Stookton, Secretary.
EUREKA LODGE NO. 43, A. F. M..
meots at McColl, each Saturday niter
noon, beforo tho full moon, at 4 o'dock.
AURORA LODGE No. 33, A. F. M.. I
meats at Clio, Saturday on or after each ?
full moon at 3 o'olook, p. m.
D. H. Everett, W. M.
J. E McLeod, Secretary.
Bennettsville Church Directory
METHODIST-T. E. M o ERIS, P. C.
Sunday sohool 3 30 p. m. Preaching at
11.00 a m. and 7.30 p.m. Prayer meet
ing Wednesday eveuing at 8.00jo'clock.
8. oertaU'.odent Su-.'.jy soli??l; Ph?l. A..
??APTI6T-Rev. Rufus Ford, Pastor.
Rt, uri AV iv.. o>u\ tx ii...i... P?aehms 8au
: ifcyv ?.? 1 ; b$ ia., and 7-30?. m. Prayer |
__^_0_d$3 ti_" ii E Q ..? .
Buperintondcnt of Sunday sohool, H. W
PRESBYTE RIA.:;- -Banyan McLeod Ph
D., Pastor. Serviced every Sabbath
(summer) 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.; (winter)
ll a. m. aol 7-30 p. m. Prayer meeting
Thursday 5 p. m. Soate free. Strangers
cordially invited. Sunday sohool every
Sunday IO a. m. Superintendent, J. T
Dudley. All parents and children made J
welcome at thc iohool.
EPISCOPAL-Rev. C. W. Boyd, Rector. ?
Preaching every second and fourth Sunday
at II a. m., and 7.30 p. m. Sunday|
?ohool at 9.30 a. ui. Dr. J. A. Falson,
Cotnty Church Directory.
Bennettfuille Circuit Appointments
REV. J* W. A RI AILI., P. C.
Pirat Soflday-11a.m., Pino Grove*
3 p. m., Smyrna.
Second Smday. ll a. m. McColl.
3 p. m. Beauty Spot, j
Third Sinday-ll a. m., Pine Grove,
3 p. ni, Smyrna*
fourth Sunday, ll a.m. McColl.
3 p. m. Beauty Spot.
Blenheim Circuit Appointments.
REV. W. B. RAKER P. C.
?Hrat Sunday. Hebron ll a. m.
Ebenezer 3>30 p. m.
Second Sunday, Parnassus ll a. .
Zion 3.30 p. m.
Third Sunday, Hebron II a. m.
-' Ebenezer 3.30 p. m.
Fourth Sunday Parnassus ll a. m.
.' Zion 3.30 p. m.
Clio Circuit Appointments.
REV. A. T. DUNLAP, P. C.
Clio every Sunday morning
. Epworth League Sun
3 o'clock. Sunday school
m W. A Hinshuw, Supt.
ai) :ing Monday night at 8.
ing ovcry Sunday aft at
4 o'uloek. Jonday school at 3 R.
North Marlboro Circuit.
R V. T. L. BL VIN, P. C.
First Sunday, Oak Qrovo, io a. m.
Phau ant Hill 12 noun,
New Hope, 4 p. m.
"Saooad Sunday, Shiloh 11 a. m.
Ebonezer 4 p, m.
Third Sunday, New Hopo 11 a. ra.
Pleasant HUI 4 p. m.
Oak Orove, 7 30 p. m.
1'Vutth Sunday, Ebenezer 11 a m.
ShiIoh; 4 p. m.
THE Business recently known un th?
CLIO NOVELTY MANUFCTU
RING CO . will I. oreaf'roi be known an
TUE CLIO NOVELTY MANUFAC
TURING WORKS, with F. H. IVEY
solo owner and director,
Tho luteat improved wood working
machine-i arc being placed for doing all
Mada cf Novelty work for builder? use at
..t.iU^, ?' 4.\ Ho.aK08 is agent at Bennetts
villa and will take your orderr.
Oat 23, 1903.
Mrs. John Wallace of Laurin
burg is visiting Mrs. Noah Odom.
Miss May Odom is visiting at
Miss NelOra McGoll has return
ed from a trip to Baltimore
Mr. S. P. Wright has our
thanks for favors that we appre
W V. Bullard of Red Hill was
up on Friday and made us aplea
Mrs. L. D. Langdale of Wal
terboro is visiting the editor's
family this week ^
Mr. H? P. Wilcox, of Darling
ton speut Sunday and part of
Monday m town
Miss Rachel Mittle is spending
two weeks with friends in Char
leston and Orangeburg
Mr. T. W. Bullard of Adams
vale was down Wednesday and
called. No special news
Mr. H. H. Hubbard of Bright
sville was in town Tuesday and
called. He has no more hogs
Lona Pate of Clio spent Tuesday
und part of Wednesday in town
Mr. Robt C. Coxe of Red Hill
was up Tuesday. Farm work goes
slow yet owing to heavy rains
Miss Sue Odom, who has been
spending two weeks with Mrs.
Zack Harlee at Darlington came
We regret to report that Mrs
Ann Thomas is quite sick at the
home of Mr. D. W. Weatherly
Mr. Noah Odom and daughter
Miss Sue, visited in Brightsville
Tuesday. He still drives his 31
year old bay colt.
Mr. J. C. Cooper, Agent of the
Coast Line, made a business trip
to North Carolina Saturday and
Mr. F. H. Ivey of Clio Novelty
Works was up Tuesdav. He is
doing some line wood work in
the building line.
Mr. J. R. C?rabo, of Browns
ville was up Thursday and called.
Everybody busy in Brownsville
preparing for another crop.
Mr. J. W. Bundy of the upper
part of Beunettsville Township
was down Saturday and made us
a pleasant call. No special news
Mr. Jackson A Stubbs, of
Brightsville was down Saturday
a*jd called with a smile Farm
work has commenced but goes
Mr. G. W. Huestess, one of
Red Hilt's clever farmers, was
vip Saturday and called. He has
been suffering with lagrippe, but
ic getting weil again
A:Y-v th? Tigers.
Con?tablu AJ.vkir-s and evs
made u good h ? ut Satur_in
Smithville of whiskey-about 30
gallons. The party had it hid away
in a barn under some hay.
Some Extru Reading.
Through the courtesy ot the
Colombia Slate we give our read
era the full reply of the former
State house commission to the
charge made againt them by thc
Legislature. It is a little lengthy,
hut will bo found interesting.
A Lucky Farmer.
Mr. Lewis Chavis of the old
Beauty Spot section always has
something to sell. He raises al
most everything, except sugar
and coffee In spite of the cold
winter he will soon be ready lo
supply salid greens, mustard,
&c. Last week during the cold
snap he was engaged in making
sausage and packing them in
lard for next summer. His hoir e
supplit s never give out. With
out exaggerating he is a success
as a good farmer.
A Military Company.
Through the enterprising efforts
of Mr. James F. David about 48
names have been enrolled as mem
bers of a new Military Company
for Beunettsville. A meeting will
be called in a few days and the
company fully organized by the
election of officer?. There \s no
good reason why Benuettsville
nhould not have a first class com
pany, and Mr. David deserves
praise for the interest manifested
in pushing tho enterprise.
Sena'or J. L. McLaurin, a thor
ough graduate io Military matters
will receive tho unanimous call to
the coptaincy and it is hoped that
he will consent.
Change in Business.
I have associated with myself in the
Furniture business my eon STORKS
WAOOILL. We Bolicit the patronage
of buyers in our line and guarantee
Feb 18, 04 Geo W. Waddill.
The lamous Goodyear Apple Farm,
near Waynesville, N (J , is now owned
by John Ferrion, Esq., who said;
King's Wild Cherry and Tar is the
best Cough Medicine lt is pleasant
and cfleective, and I would not be with
out it, Even a ?light cold is not a
thing ol no moment ft may end in ca
tarrh or pneumonia. Keep thc breath
ing apparatus open and clean All diss
eases of thc throat and bronchial
tubes are cured quickly rind plc -sant
ly h?|.I)r. King's Wild Cherry and Tar.
25c , no cure no pay. Sold by llen
nettsviUe Br?ig Co..
IJixby. N. C\-"I know that Lee's
Remedy is the Nbest I ever tried. 1
think it a GodVsent remedy in my
home, I have beenVroubled with head
ache from a child, fwt Lee's Headache
Remedy is the besV ot all. So will
say to my hradaclif? sufferers. "Try
this great remedy ?nd be convinced."
Mk\S. T. C. ALLEN.
Sold by BennettsV^lle Drug Co.
TOWN AND C OUN Ty NE WS.
'-The days are leijfgth?ning
. - Now for pretty /weather
- Pee Deo was on a big boom
-Mr W. M. Smith is still pack
- The small grain crops look
bettor since the rains I
- The post office j observed
SSIT" Very best can corn only
10c at Claude Moore's.
- We have had some pretty
days and lovely jiights'this wonk
- Tho time to pay road tax
expires on the 1st, next Tuesday
S?lF" Okra and tomatoes only
10c at Claude Moore's.
- Several of the Brightsville
farmers are holding cotton
- Fresh lot of canned Peas,
Pears, and Pig's Feet at Claud
- Robert McDuftie, a well
known colored man in Hebron
- March will have two full
moons-one on the 1st and the
other on the 31st
- Frank McPherson, colored,
lost his wife Sunday morning
from an attack of grip
- Special attention is asked
to the announcement of tho Plan
tors National Bank in another j
- Shad uro seen hero every
Saturday, but as !ong as the
prices run higher than tho hil
lows from whence they came, wo
can't eat them
FOR SATJE-A fine lot of Cala
lilly Bulbs at twenty five cents
each. Apply to
Miss Emma Odom,
Brightsville, S. C.
- Mr. Jasper Fletcher of
Adamsville has au advertisement
in another column about choice
Plymouth Rock Eggs. He offers
them cheaper limn any yet, offer
ed. Read liis "ad" and write him
?@~ Pipes and Snink?ntSupplies* in
lidless variety cnn be fourni ut .T. T
Douglas & Bro.
CS?" New crop shreded Raisins,
Currants, Citron &c. :it
W. M. Rowes.
- H. J. Heinz's Co., p rena red
mince meat, cranberry sauce and
apple butler for salo at
W. M. Rowe's.
- The best cook you can have
now is one of those new stoves
at Percy Moore's
Real good green coffee to 12 J
els at W. M. Rowe's.
JUSL received a large lot of NEW
LOADED SHELLS of fifi kind.
At W. M. ROWES.
The many friends ; a V/f. and
Mi's. George l Yc-.m, u, deeply
sympathise with th' ni the loss
of their little daughter oj\ Wed
nes'.lav evening niter a few ?hyis
iliiiu?b, at L'.IA:L- bernie..sj?uth of
A Distinguished Guest.
Rev. Jumes A. Duncan, -Finan
cial Agent of Columbia Female
CjIK'ge has been spending a few
days in our midst, tho guest of
Senator McLaurin. ile preached
au able sermon Sunday morning
at, the Methodist church and again
Wednesday night tu a large con
Held a Murderer.
Nows has been received that
Wil Johnson, colored, we i known
in Police circles herc, stabbed Jim
Reid, colored, at Oheraw on Mon
day, so that ho died in a Tow min
utes. Johnson was taken to Ches
terfield jail. Ile isa brother of
Joe Johnson wanted at McColl.
Mr. .Jackson Stubbs, one of
the old pioneers of Brightsville,
celebrated his 87tli birthday on
Friday last, lie had a good din
ner prepared and a number of
his kinsfolk were present.
Winch usually commences willi cold
in head, Hay Fever, rapidly inlects rhe
mucous membrane ol the throat, and
leads to graver complications, unless
promptly attended to Wc recommend
King's Sarsaparilla Internally to pun.
fy the blood, ami direct treatment willi
Dr. King's Catarrh Remedy (a douche
comes with each hollie), lt gains a
foothold Irom which it is bani to dis
lodge. With trcatnicct ol these two
medicines any ordinary case will
yield quickly - thc very worse cases
will be ureately relieved. Thc price,
$ I co.-three lor $250, and guaranteed,
Sold hy IJenneiltsvillc Drug Co.,
Lettem addressed to tho following maned
dcrsons rotnaiti uncalled for ut thc pos-t
oiRco ia BuiiucLtMvilic :
Alirul Simm ms, Mr. C. Weatherly
Samuel Piince, Muggie Hampton,
Ceo. C.-bee, Dug Sparks, Shock Free
man, A. D Grey. 1* L Wcdley,
W. J. Molfit, A. 15 Rankin, Ce >.
Nothing gives as largo returns in
proportion to spuce covered und labar
expended as a well kept strawberry
bcd p anted in really choice varieties.
Let all in need of planta read ad of
Continental P.ant Co , in this ??sue.
They idler aldo all kinds fruit trees
The Cn:.tinenta! Plant Co., Kittrell
N. (J , arc the shippers of strawberry
plants in the world. All des ling to
grow this 1 scions fruit should write
for their full catalog.?e. They od'- r
nisi all kinds nuit lie s Sec their ad.
Rock Hill Buggies.
The agent Mr. P.A. Holges lina
just received a carload of those hand
some buggies and if you want a flue
buggy call on him
, Thu Presbyterian church will be open
next Sunday at II a. m., and 7:30 p, m.
The publicare invited.
Tbe Epworth.League Prayer, mooting
\* bold every Wednesday evenlog in tho
Sun "ay aobool room of the Methodist
church at 8 o'olook. The publto invited.
Prayer meeting at Preabytoiiao .church
Thursday af Icruoon at 5 p. m.
Tho hour for evening services at the
churches io- now 7.30 o'olook.
Prayer meeting at the Baptlet oburoh
every Thursday evening it 7 30.
Prayer mooting at tho Methodist church
every Wednesday at 3.30 p. m.
Tho hour for Sunday School at.the I
Methodist church baa been changed to |
3.30 o'clock in the afternoon.
To tbe Sunday School Workers
of Marlboro County :
Dear Bretheron: Tue time lor holding
the next Couniy Sundoy school Confer?
ence ol the M. E. Church, South, has
been changed to last Friday and Sat
urday in April and will be held at Beu
lah church, Clio circuit As this is the
first meeting ever held at Beulah it is
earnestly hop<ul . that every school in
the county will have lull representation,
and that it be made one of Inc best yet
held. This is a nutter that msts with
thc workers and demands a hearty res
Each sehool should elect two dele"
gates, as early as possible, as thc time
is short, and need their names to the
secretary at Hcnnettsville. Also prepare
repoits ol thc condition of schools A
lull share ot earnest work will make
tins meeting a success.
CT . Easterling President.
S A. Brown. Sec'y.
MARION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS.
FinsT ROUND-E P. TAYLOR, P. B
Beuticttavillo ct, Tino Grove, Ftb 6, 7
Beouottavilla & .MoColl Mille, 7 p. m 7, 8
Clio and Beulah, at Bculuh Ftb 13
NorLII Marlboro, Euenizer, Feb 27, 28
Brightsville, Bojkin3 3op ni 28,29
Blenheim ct, FuroaiHua, Mch 5th
Baiinnttsville Sta, Mun, 5. 6.
Brcwiiavillo, Ct., Bethleheim, Mch, 12, 13
A reeent advertisement con
tains the fellowing startling in
formation: kkIf the gentleman
who keeps the shoe store with
ii red head will return the nm
brells of a young lady with
whalebone ribs and an ivory
handle, he will be suitably re
Eacapod au Awful Fato
M . lt. lluggius of Melbourne, Fla ,
wriUc, "My doctor told mo I had Con
auuiptiou nod nothing could ho dono fot
me. I wuH given up to diu. Tho off ir of n
freu trial bottle of Dr. King's Few Dit-cov
pry for Conwurapiion, iuduoed mc to try it
It isult* were startling. I am now on thr
read to recovery and owe all to King*
New Dit-covery. It surely suvcd my life. "
This great euro is guaranteed for all thtoa'
and liing dis-.a-ei hy J. T? Djuglaa & Bro.
Druggists. Price 50.! and $1 00 Trial Bat
Kir. ie - IV ul lotti nie last eypn
iiir I waa the prettiest ijirl beevor
1 . -sic--Oh, thtii'? not ling. He
ML in I ?10 atnie lo lue iu?-? j ....
Kittie-I know, dour, but his
tiste muy have improved since
then, you know.-Boston Trans
cratfBf Two n ee young Milk Cows
jtiSZ, wi li fust calf. Weil hrokon.
One .jf them a full blood Jersey
Ueo W. YVaddiil.
Fe!? IO, 1001
I'.i Tri.n TUAN fjui.11
. I .?n- tri illili tl fur H. V.nil ji-a'H with
utin.iiiu indignation un?! nervntiH duhility, '
wiiO'M F J. (J uRii, of Llucascor, N fl.
"X.> ri moly helped ino ir.til 1 bi'g:iti ming
EiVel la Mitt ara, which did me ni ire g->oi
than ?ll tin1, medicines I ever ua;:d Thu*
have also kept my wife in excellent health
lor yean She anya EU-ctrio Bitters are
juht splendid for (? m:.In trouble; that they
are a grund tunic and intigorater fur weak
rou duwn women. Nu olhct incdic'nie e ui
take it.< plac? in our family '' Try them.
Only 50c.' Satisfaction guaranteed hy J.
T. Douglas it Bro.
NEAULY FORFEITS HIS LIKE.
A runtiA'ny almost ending fatally, started
a horrible ulcer on tho leir of J. B Omer,
Franklin Grove, III. For four years it de
fied all doctors and Ml remedie*. But Buck,
[en'a Arnica Sa ve had no trouble to euro
him. Equally gcol for B.irra, BIU?RCS,
Skin Eruptions und Piles 250 ut J, T
Doaglaa & Bro Dui,; Store.
Tile Atlanta Constitution and
Democrat one year (or $1,75.
The Democrat and the* Semi
wcekly A tlanta Journal one year
The Democrat and McCall's
Magazine-an excellent Lr.dy's
Hook for $1.50
The Sunny South and the Demo
crat for only ?1.50
Cur03 Blood Poison, Cancor, Ulcers, Ec
'/.oma, Carbunclos, Etc. Medicino EYoo.
Robert Ward. Maxcy's, (Ju., says: "1
suffered hom blood poison, my head, face
and shoulder woro one mass of corruption,
ache.-' in bones an 1 joints, burning, itcli
iii!.' .-e.ibby skin; was all run down and
discouraged, but Botanic Blood Balm
cured inc par feet ly, healed all thc sores
and gave my skin I lie rich glow of health.
Mond Balm pul new life into my blood,
and new ambition into my brain." Cen.
A. Williams, Koxbury, face covered with
pimples, chronic sore ou hack ol' head,
suppurating swelling on neck, eating ul
cer on leg, bone piina, iichincr skin,
cured perfectly by Isotonic Blood Balm
sores ?ill healed, Botanic Blood Balm
enies all malignant blood troubles such
as cczcul.t, scabs and ?-eales, pimples,
running sores, carbuncles, scrofula, etc.
Especially advised for all obstinate cases
I hat hnvo reached the second or third
stage. Druggists, $1. To prove il curcH,
Ba m plo of Blood Balm Pent lice and pre
paid by willing Blood Balm Co., Atlan
ta, Cia. Describo trouble und free medical
advice i-ent in Foaled letter. For salo at
J. T. Douglas & Uro
W&We are daily receiving fresh Installments
% OF FURNITURE
ll We &ave Boom Suits in Oak
from $I2-BG to $75.
?:?v Wo iry lo keei) Everything in the Fur
niture Line, a?d will order at close mar
gin anything not in ?tock.
j We tire as anxious lo please as we are to sell.
ty&< I Will sell Every thine; on its merila, and will not
misrepresent our goods, and stund read}* at a
tiiiics to remedy any errors.
GK W. WaddiU & Son. jp
Fih.mrij IS. 100-1.
IM r sale by SMITH NEWTON, Bennettsvill?, S. C
MCCOLL DRUG CO., Mccoll, S. C.
nj ni i n r
lurtBT? AGAINST LISS
wm OR WIN!) Sill
FWILL COME, und generally whan least ?xnej? od, therefore, it. ir
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HUI-'il wilt CO:.! YOU 'ii nkurB. T???S PiWf?i fj()t\
,.. . i^i rrpii"iili-j Ly tuc
?... rj ?'. ... i. ...doa & Globo, of Liv.- rpo .1
I . pool,
A tun, ii kitti rd, Connecticut.,
II irtfoid, ? ' Ha tford, Coan ,
Pl i; ?. ? id'in,
I iforuaatilo, of L?aJon mid
i .. * : tilford, Cu?n.,
0 in ul ij| : ???w Y irk,
nf i'.' ioklyn,
'?i- II wiling ci Mo* York,
Lat" .j.no.. ot Now York,
1 . Go., 9! North America, Plriltululpliiu,
Southern Stock Mutual, Greenaboro,
>ou'.hi-ri) U'ldonvritcrs, Greouiiboro,
tlunover, of New York,
Niagara, of Now Yolk,
Pci'udelpbiu Underwriter*, Philadulphia,
Penn n. iv mia, of Phil id ol ph in,
Piro AsHOoiutioo, Puiladolphin,
Biiuiliible, of Ch.irI.Rtmi, S. C.
Gorman, nf IVjep ut, 111.,
Qu cn lim Co , nf Amoricn, N Y
U.torgii Il^in?, ColunibiH, Ga.,
Briii-ih America, Toronto, Canad 1.
iv KITE I'.nsin si ?11 any section til the County. A'Lb LOSSES
ADJUSTED AND PUOMPPLY PAID.
A. J. BRISTOW, AGT
H L903. Bennettsville. S, C.
m mm i
.>?< >Xoi< >?< >U >-s-< >U >l< '
TO WORRY, BUT CO MK R?G HT ON TO
IP YOU ^7^7"y~^j>T'"J?
. oods, Clothing, Shoes, Notions
And Fancy Ovocenes.
li Waler Ground M KAI. anti HOMINY a specialty
W ll line in euch Department and will li ! your Wanta in each
AT TII10 LU WEST PR 1010a.
VY to Town ca l ami sec ns. I'hor.e orders in town delivc cd
nd satisfaction guaranteed.
-o ns -Near Douglas1 Drug Store,
Et ri nt ( lio
/ey lias added ti
Oi is*Novelty W01 ks
at . ?t the demand for
ire d hominy at all
tin i him your orders
am aran tee good ser
Tin . ions.
Mr. gps is opening n onr
wagons- one and
me ol them guinnn
defect iti uuilc ?al
t i . .i;i
two . .
ft vi . oi Afflicted ?
U solutely ijunranteeil
to < 'linj-'worniF, l'j< '/.omn
Itch nd chronic skin disease?
Sem ; i-< . ls . il get a pnekngo by
mail . red and sold hy
DOZIER, M. D.
' uroberton, N. C.
Tho I.nriicst Slock in thc World
Z\e;irly 100 Varieties.
All thc choice, .luscious kinds, for the
Gnnlon nnd Euncy Market. Also >ld|>
ping varieties. Ali-o Fruii Ti cos of all
kimh lo growers ni who'e?ilo raies Wc
will s ive you half in pltiniing ?in nrehard
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logue nf Shipping Vuriiiesor Fancy Gai
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T ..o'u For Bale,
flOI 'O ACRES ol' Oom]
H L lalor cultivalion, tho
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Micro d. Situated Pour
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MCCOLL, a. o.
Jan. 28. ll. V. D. 2.
MONEY TO LOAN.
THE PLANTERS NATIONAL BANK.
OF B^NNETTt?YILLE, S O-.
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Home and Out-of-Town accounts solicited.
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A. J. MATHESON. Plaident.
H. H. NEWTON, Vico Prest.
February 25, 1904.
W. B DRAKE, Jr., Assistant,
k&?&cvdtt *?xv?xx?x vis vis.
HE "ALCO" BRAID
The Clothes that, tell their
See the mern Spring Mme
C. S. McfcAI^'S,
February 26, 1904,
?Pl FlftSE PIGS,
?u?&? Suitable for Breeding.
a S. M?AKL.
F?R ?^ALE, "i;
A h| i cycle ipi' a lady oi.' ' <. ii ts
jul-ii'-^iuciv ot- Uiuo willi ^'? in
wheels and rubber tires.
S. J. Pearson.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
SEABOARD A ir Line RAILWAY.
Tile Seaboard Air Line Ky rched
tiie waa changed on January 101b.
''mina leave Cheraw.S. (J, aa follows;
North bon il No GO nt <S 0~> a. m. j
No GO nt 9:24 p. m. j
loutit li ?und No 07 nt 8.0") ii. m.
" No 27 at 10:40 p. m.
The Benneltsyille and Olieraw R. j
il., leaving Bennettsville at 0. -15 a. ]
.a., connect with No (il! and No 07.
The afternoon Li ai ii leaving lien
nettsville nt -1 p. rn. gives liennetta
viile people an opportunity to take
trains No 50 and No 27.
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGLT
ESTATR OK E. T. COVINGTON.
HANING thia day filrd in the Probate
Jadgoa offlco our final Rata r ua nn Ad.
ia niatratorb of the Estate of Eli T. COP
i-igton deccanjil, notica in hereby given
that wo will apply to BiM Court on'tho
29th day of Fe by 1904 fur Lot tera diaiuiH
s iry aH .such Administrators.
J C. Covii gtoQ,
T. G. Covington.
Jan 29th 1904. AihniiiiHtiutora.
IV ARNING NOTICE !
A],\, persons are warned not to tres
pass in any manner on any of my
I mils-walking, hunting, hauling, riding
jr otherwise. 1 will prosecute all who
disregard this notice,
Z. T. WRIGHT.
December y, 1903.
WARNING MQTCCS !
1 LL persons are hereby warned not to
.1 hunt, tish or otherwise trespass in
my manner upon any ol my lands in
Nov 25, 1903 E. W. Goodwin.
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