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BEN1?BTTSYILLE, S. C.
BY S. A. mu? WK & co.
Office on ^Marion Street Opjtosite
Masonic Halt. "
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Friday. April 1, 1904.
ri-i-i -.mun? in MU n u_
tT IS A MATTER OFHEAUH
THERE ISNQ SUBSTITUTE
Our Toio7i Gorvernment.
MAYOR-P. A. Hodges
ALDERMEN-J. Frank Breeden, C. S.
Chaffin, A. G. Sinclair, W. W. Pate.
CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc
Laurin. Office open daily.
POLICE-J. F. David, H. C. Harper.
Marlboro County Officers.
SHERIFF-J. B. Green
Ci.F.aK OF CLERK-J. A. Drake
JUDGE OF PROBATE-M. AIcLaurm
CoRONEa-C P. Covington
S?PEavrsOR-M. E. Coward
SUPT. EDUCATION-W. L. Stanton
TBEASUUER-J. LT. Tilomas
AUDITOR-Chas. T. Sherrin.
SENATOR-Chas. S. MsCall.
_ REPRESENTATIVES-D. D. MoColli Jr.
J. P. Buncii, Welcome Quick.
MAOISTATES-0. D. Eastcrling, T. L
II. L. McLaurin, McColl
John A. Calhoun. Clio,
W. J. Atkinson, Blenheim,
-D. D. Stubbs, Brightsvrile,
W. Vv". Irby, Smithville.
Directory of Benncttsville Lodges
CONSOLIDATED LODGE NO. 15, IC. ol
P., meets every second and fourth Mon
day nights at 7.30 o'clock.
' J. T. Dudley, C. C.
C. D. Eastcrling, IC of lt. & S.
MARLBORO LODGE No. ss, meets ai
Benncttsville, friday evening, on or be?
fore each full moen at S o'clock
J. F. Kinney, VV. M.
II. E. Stockton, Secretary.
County Masonic Directory.
ATAPT nnnn fit i HTVO Mri SO Ii. A
'Wi . cftirRty.
ErjBEKA Lon iv. N .. ' .'? I '1
alcuin ut MoUpiii uau? uuu. v.-., _.
looa, before thc full moon,at 4 o'clock.
AURORA LODV : No. 33, A. F. M
neats at Clio, Saturday on or after cac
-full moon at 3 o'clock, p. m.
1). fl. Everett, W. M.
J. E. McLeod, Secretary.
Benncttsville Church Directory
METHODIST-T. E. MORRIS, P. C
Sunday school 3 3d p. in. Preaching a
LOU a. m. aud 7..'5o p.m. Prayer meet
ag Wednesday evening at S.UU o'clock
luperintendeut Sunday seliuol, Phil. A
BAPTIST-Rev. Rufus Ford, Pastor
Junday school at 10.00. Preaching Sun
lay at 11.00 a. m.,,and 7.30 p. m. Praye
nocting Thursday evening at S o'clock
lupcriutendeut ott Sunday school, IL V
? ^?g.afrySJir^N-Bunynn McLeod Ph
5^va9tor. N^erviccs every Sabbat 1
siiuiuier) ll a. mV ami S p. m.; (winter
1 a. m. and 7.30 \p- 1111 1>rayor mectinj
Thursday 5 p. m. \Seats free. Stranger
jordially invited. Sunday school ever
Sunday 10 a. m. Superintendent, j. i
Dudley. All parents Vid children mad
vclcomc at the school. \
EPISCOPAL-Rev. C. \Vl Boyd, Rectoi
.reaching every second ami fourth Sunda
tua m., and 730 ]>.V?>' Bunda;
ohool at 9.30 a. m. Dr.\j- A- Foison
County Church Directory.
Bcnnettsvillc Circuit Appointments
KEV. J. Vf i ARIAIIJ.Kr. C.
First Sunday-11 a. m., L'iric Grove
3 p. m., ?myrna.
Second Sun-'. ll a.m. MkColl.
3 p. m, Beauly Spot
Third Sunday -ll a. m., Pin? Grove
3 p. m, Smyrna.
Fourth Sunday, ll a, m. M&Coll,
3 p. m. Heatly y?'?l
Blenheim Circuit Appoint!
REV. AV. J!. (IAKBI
tfirst Sunday, Hebron 1
Second Sunday, Parua
Third Sunday, I L l., -w. w. ... (fi!
/ ' Ebenezer 3.30 p. m.
fourth Sun.lay Parnassus 11 a. m.
Zion 3.3D p. m.
BR r. ?'.
I 1 a. mV
'.i? p. nyr
Clio Circuit Appointments.
REV. A. T. DUNLAP, P. C.
I?0-Preaching every Sunday mornin
at ll o'clock. Epworth League Sue
day night at S o'clock. Sunday tchoc
at 10 a. m. W. A Ilinshaw, Supl
Prayer meeting Monday night at 8.
eulah -Preaching every Sunday aft n
4 o'clock. Sunday ?-chool at 3 ll
NstrfJ? Marlboro Circuit.
M V. T. L. ll L VIN, P. e.
l'irnt Sunday, Oak (irove, 10 n. m,
Pleasant Hill 12 noon,
New Hnpo, 4 p. m.
Socond Sunday, Shiloh 11 n m.
Ebenezer 4 p, in.
Third Sundny, New Hope 11 a. m.
PlenKnnt Hill 4 p. m.
Ouk Grove, 7 30 p. m.
Fourth Snnday, Ebenezer nam,
Shiloh, 4 p, m.
Mr. W. S. Townsb?i spent
Monday in Columbia
Mr. Fred Mclaurin : ow o'"
Cheraw spent Saturday ! ? town
Col. T. C Humor spent Mon
day in Columbia on ol?oiitlbusi
Mr. Arthur Knight, ll. F. D.,
Inspector was in town Wednes
Mr. W. J. Covington of Hebron
was up Tuesday. Ho lias planted
his cotton crop
Messrs Archie Bunch and John
Gibson of MeColi were in town
Mr. D. J. Easlerlingof Beauty
Spot section was in Saturday and
called. No special news
Mr. Braxton Newton and Moth
er of Free Statu spent Sunday in
town with friends
We regret to learn that out
old friend Mr. John S. Mooro
spent lust week in bed
Mr. Walter E. Fletcher <
Adamsville was clown Friday and
made us a pleasant call
Mrs J. J. Pearson who has
been spending a week with her
parents here has relumet1, lo Dar
Miss Rachel Miltie who has!
been spending some lime with
relatives at Charleston has re
Messrs Edgar Gibson, John
John Adams and Cliff Newton of
Gibson spent Sunday afternoon
Dr.J. L. Gibson, a graduate
in Dentistry, has a card in this is
sue. Ho will open his office for
practice early next month
Mrs. Ninia Jeffords and child
ren of Darlington who have been
spending some limo with Mrs.
Munnerlyn have returned homo
Mr. J J. Tart, ol' Dyurs Hill
announces his candidacy this
week for tho oinco o? 1 ounty
Supervisor. He is too well known
forany introduction from ti ?
Mr. John Bowyer of Red Hill
was up Monday. .I olin says the
wind during tho recent storm
that passed through Red ?lil!
done his buildings pretty badly
Died on Monday night Mme!: 28lh
15)01, at the Mill Vii ?ge, nile:- a pn>
trncU'd illness, Min.- Bcthie Siler-tiged
She was laid to rest at Oak Bulge
CTchielery Tuesday a ftc moon, Ki
Bunyan McLeod conducting the
Mr John Hooks, of thu Mill Vil
lage lost bis infant baboon YV\dnesthiy
morning aftei a long illness-n^cd 7
AiSth '-.u. .?uiu. ?\.i?.. ...
Miss Virginia 'Manning- ol' Clio,
Marlboro county. Mayp.-aee, pros
perity and happiness ever attend
them. May their wall: through 1 i IV:
bc long and pleasant, and their
pathway strewn willi rosjgs thal
have no thorns.-Cor. Darlington
To Prospective Piano and Organ
It will pay you to see Strauss
A Co, if in the market for Musi
eal Instruments ol* any descrip
Garden Seed Buist s Prize
Medal Garden Seed and Onion
Sets New crop
at C. S. McCall's.
Easter at /Jon.
The Zion Young People's Mis
sionary Society w ill have an Kastor
service next Sunday evening 8.30.
An interesting program will be
rendered. Tho public are invited
to he presen I.
Some (?oed Advil-.4
The Rockingham Anglo-Saxon
trtitl fully says: li doesn't . y to
haul corn towards home, not ?> a >
from that place. liaise yo tr own
corn, hay eic, and il' you v
surplus sell stock-beef or pork.
Both are easy to raise.
Tho System Nooda Som .
sort ol a tonic in the spring time This
lack ol energy and "til ed feeling" isa
common ailmenl ft this s< asen, perhaps
you have in mind some Spring Medicine
you would like to take, li yon can g< i
|)r King's Iron Tonic Hilters, tal* . that
-don't hesitiTi No cure no pay. hy
Benneltsville Bri g Co.
IJondnoho und Noiiral?in Cnn ba Cure
These distressing troub'cs arc per
manently cured by Lee's Headache aral
Neuralgia Remedy. Even I mp ?rar) re
liol is gratelul. bul permain r?t relied i
almost too g.ood hut thc pr ol fo lows:
Mit lins, S C.,
being subjt-ct to sick headaches al
mv Nfc. and Hying many meili"ines? I
nev. r got ie iel lindi I lo:lunately usn
Lee's Headache Remedy, ! found per
mancnt rebel aller i ; miaul, s
IO ( i BR \M l'? ?RB.
Kept t y Benneltsville Drug l o.
Tho brut i uki is to keep your foo
warm as Cuba, dry ns Sam ira, and ?
r< mfortable an an easy chi ir. Ju
navel in "ur Shoe? and von will h
pule, tl y right mi ?il! dirac points.
KTKAI HS & Co.
A cool head cultivates a calm minti
Wc have the Straw Hat - for Men
Ladies, Boys, Misses and Chi'Len
To produce tlu.se results.
Si'lt AI ss CM.
Royal Baking Powders ?it
W. M. Howe's.
TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS.
- Next Monday is salcsday
- Overcoats and cotton plant
- Court moots at Chesterfield
- Eggs aro plentiful now at
1") and 20
- DoVoe predicts rain to doy
and to morrow
- Several wann days last week
and some used ice
-Frosh homo ground meal al
ways on hand at Claud Moore's.
Our shade trees aro putting
ou their coats of green
- Don't forget the meeting of
Camp Henegan next Monday
- Wo return thanks to Aaron
Robeson for appreciated favors
Pie peach*, s 17;c per can or twp
for "5els at Claud Moore's.
- Judge R. C. Watts will pro
side at the next tenn of Conrt
- The Democratic Clubs will
bold their ?rst mooting on the
-Tlie county Exceulivo Com
initi?e meets next Monday for
- The predicted cold wave and
frost for Tuesday morning was
- If you want to look well and
fool good all the time, get your
clothing at C. S. McCall's
B?g?~ V ery best can corn only
10c at Claude Moore's.
- Social iba, "loclocktea cakes
and pound calve arc fresh and
nice at Claud Moore's.
- The colored gospol lent sor
vicos are still held ?ind goo'd
crowds attend nightly
- Have you seen those new
articles of Furniture at Mr.
- Court convenes hereon Ino
1.8th-seo notice of Jury Com
- Have yon tried that new cool
cxhilirating drink called "Pouch
Mollow" at 10. Powers grocery
- The hunting season is over.
Gel oui yo jr linos, trim your
?lidos and gol ready to go fishing
- dake says ho wishes the
Board of Trade would depopulate
thc English sparrows. They arc
eating up all ibo cabbage plants
Okra and tomatoes only
10e al ('laude Moore's.
- ( io lo Mr. C. S. McCall's foi
tho old reliable Ihiistis Gurdon
- .lust reed a frosh lot ol'D.
M. Ferry ?V Co's Gardon Seed
at W. M. Rowe's.
Sr.?irfr.] r^-'-'M- risked tr.
FOR SALE-A tine lot of Cala
?illy Bulbs :it twenty five cent?
each. Apply lo
Miss Emma Odom,
Brightsvillc, S. C.
- Mr. Jasper Fletcher o:
Adamsvillc hus au advertisement
in another column abont choice
j Plymouth Rock Eggs. Heofferi
thom cheaper Iban any yet oller
ed. Read his "ad" and write hin
fray Pipes and .SmokersSupplies '.:
I lidless variety f'?u be fouud ni .1. T
Douglas ?v. Uro.
JI!.JL received a large ?ot of NEW
LOADED SHELLS of ?ill kind.
At W. M. ROWES.
Ad vices from St Louis state thal
the Hotels at e already 7? per cen?
lilied up. What will it be whet:
the Fair operu".
A Good Doctor
of South Carolina said: "I have used I).-.
King's Itctnedios :i (?real deal in my prac
iii-.; and lind th it Ui?y (dye perfect salis
: . lu holli m J sell' ?ml patients. I
I dei ri i ly recommend t hum
W i; ULYIllJllN, M 1> "
Abd they s-iil grow ia favor beean t
ilifv ctirC'. (?uarantejd byILnnctUvilh
Another Hold Robbery.
(tn Saturday night last thc
store of Mr. Wallace Swann noni
tho A. C. L. depot was broken
into and tho following articles
taken; lifte.cn pounds ol'tobacco,
18 pounds of Sugar and rico, one
box of cigars and IT, lbs coffee,
The thief ( nlorod th rou? li one t J
! the h tek windows.
A tirent Scnsalh n.
Tl e-*c.ivas a big ccnsmion in Lees
ville Ind, when W. .'I Brown ot thai
pince, who was cxped to die, h ui his lilt
saved by Dr Kind's N w Discovery lol
Consumption. Ile wrhes; ' I endure*
insufferable agonies (rom Asthma bul
j your is w Discovery gave me Immedi'
ate rollul anti soon ihcrealicr (.fleeted :
cjmj.P.te core Similar cures ol Con
II sum| t on. Pneumonia, bronchitis ara
i ?rip are numerous, lt's ihc pecrlcs!
i remedy tor all throat and lung troubles
l'rice fio:.-, and $ioo Guarenlecd hy J
T. Douglas Druggist Trial hollies free
rcslimony ot a Minister.
A startling incident, is narrated bj
1 John Oliver of philadelphia, as lollo.vs
j "I was in ah awful condition. My skit
vas almost yellow eyes sunken, tong ri
coaled, pain continually in back ar.c
I side no appetite growing weaker dst]
hy div Three physicians had given mi
. j I j. Then I was advised to use Klectric
Hitters; lo my great joy, the first bottli
made a decidt (I improvement. I contin
,? (1 ihcjir usc for three weeks, and an
nowa well man I know tiny robbei
] the grave ol another victim" No om
j should : il to try them, Only 50 cent
j guatanteod, at. Douglii's drug store.
R?cit V.ill Haggles.
thc ngcnl Mr. V. A Ho ?gea ha
ju-t received ?. carload of liWe baud
some buggies ?nd if yo i want a lim
1 buggy call on him.
RELIGIOUS If OTES.
Next Sunday in Etaler.
Rev. O. W. Uoyd hold eorvloes OJ Sun
day at St Paul's Episcopal Church at 11
a. ni , and 5 p. m.
Cr. J A. Fa:Bon linn baen appointed
Loy Reader and will conduct servions at I
St Paul's Church th?8 Friday morning at
No .Sunday morning service nt
Presbyterian church. Evening otu vice
at 8 p m. Subject for evening "Tho
part Christ played in the iiret year's
partorate" All aro iuv.ted.
Tho Epworth Lcaguo Prayer meeting I
t?i hold every Wednesday ovoning in the
Sunray school room of tho Methodist]
church at 8 o'clock. Tho public invited.
Prnyer meeting at Presbyterian church
Thursday afternoon at 5 p. m.
Tho hour for evonioe services at the|
churches is now 7.30 o'clock.
Prayor meeting at tho Baptist church
..very Thursday ovoning at 7 30.
Prayer meeting nt the Methodist church
.ivory Wednesday at 3.30 p. m.
Tho hour for Sunday School at the I
Methodist church hns been changed lo
l.co o'clock in thc afternoon.
To tho Sunday School Workers
of Marlboro County :
Dear Kretheron: Thc time lor holding
the next County Sundoy school Confer
ence ol the M. K Church, South, hss
been changed to last Friday and S^t
urday in April and will be held at beu
lah church. Clio circuit As this is thc
first meeting ever held at Beulah it is
earnestly hoped that every sch il in
the county will have lull representation,
and that it be made one of Ihe best yel
held. This is a matter that rests with
the workers and demands a hearty res
Each school should elect two dele
gates, as early as possible, as the time
is short, and need their names to the
secretary at Rennettsville. Also pr?pare
reports ol the condition of schools A
lull share ol earnest work will make
this meeting a success.
CT . Easterling President.
S. A. Brown. Sec'y.
FOE LADIES both Old and Young.
Just get thc Delineator, if yo : want
to sue how up-to date dresses are made
Wc receive* subscriptions for same,
Hive full Stockei" the Bul ter ?ok Pat
terns on Hand. A new fashion paper
yiv?ii away free. Cnii on
Slrauss <fc Co.
Salo BIMki'is Caught
The ihrce men who rubbed the sn lr
at Dillon one at Latta, one at Kol
lock, and others, have been caught
and taken bi ck to jail at Marion.
They travel ns painters anti passed
through i ur town on the same basi
lics-!, wanting j .bs to paint houses
Their photographs should be taken
and copies sent tn "Kol lock Ben mills
ville, and oilier places, so as to esl ab
lish their identity.
Han Away Fruin Home.
. ir _ S: Cdn.
??At s i - ";., : way <wav buln ny
Beniielt vibe ! ? ?tg (j?*
The Spinter's Return.
Such is the lille of u play rendered
Inst Fall hythe you?g ladies of the
Methodist Church in Che raw with
unqualified suet ess At the 8 tl sr gos
lion of some of ll e ladii s of our ( burch
here, an ell rt is bung n ude tn se :ure
the production ol' ibis play by tl e
Cheraw girls on the eve ing (d' Fri
day tiie 101 li of April. Wliitn defi
nite ar:r.iuemci.ts lav; . o as yet
boen mad -, it ii deem d h'gh'y pro1 -
nb e ilia! a special train wu] be run
from Chciaw ti a afternoon tu bring
the troop ?m l i iiy others wh 1 may
c u e to coan- over, which will ret um
Hutt eve nine, li Ueiii.ct svillo be ro
furl u utile i s li Si cure ibis play an
evening of in rri.i. nt assn ol for
a l \\ ho attend
Letters uddresried lathe following Humed
UersuUH remain uncalled fur ut the punt
office in BouiiuitHvil?e :
W. B Johnson, .Jilin Leak, (?
(?ilnier K ornum.
Miss Martha Bye, Misa I) nid tia
Ains.in, Mrs. L 1) O lom, Lizzie Mc?
The Kussel Wagons
Mr. P. A. Hodges ls opening a cai
nf llic?O durable wagons-one and
two-horse, eve y one ol them guaran
teed against any defect in male ial
Tho Allanta Constitution and
Democrnl one year l'or !$l,7?.
The Democrat and tho Semi
weekly Atlanta Journal ?me year
Tho Peniocral and McCall's
Magazine-an excellent [judy's
Hook for 81.50
Thc Sunny South ami (bo Deino
cral for only 8 Lot)
Ouroa Ulood Poison, Cnncor, Ulcers, Eo
zoinR, Carbunclos, Kio. Motlioino fc'roo.
Ko!.ci i Waul. Maxoy's, (Ja., siy?: "I
sufl'i red boin blood poison, my head, face
and shoulder were one mass of coi rup!?on,
ai lie- in hones uni joiuls, binning, itch
ing scabby skin; was all run down and
f \ discouraged, hut Botanic Blood Malm
cured nie perfectly, healed nil tho sores
an 1 gave my skin the rich ?low of health.
1 '.bunt Balm put new life into tuv blood.
1 j and new ambition into my bruin." (leo
f I A. Williams, llnxhury, f'ueo covered willi
- pimples, chronic soie on bick ol' head.
, suppurating swelling on neck, eating ul
cor 011 leg, lillie p..ins. ?tching skin,
. I cured pei feet ly hy Butonic Blond Kalin
"j J sores ali healed, Botanic Blood Kalin
' jeures all nialignanl blood troubles such
2 as CCZCI11 i, scab- ?uni Scales, pimples
. running MIKS, carbuncles, scrofula, etc.
Especially ndvised for all ol?linalo ca-es
I that hnv.j reached Hie second or third
stage. Druggists, $1. To prove il eures,
sample of Blood Balm sen! free and prc?
paid by writing Blood Balm Co., Allan
la, Q.t. Describe trouble and free medical
advice sent in routed lottor. For sale at
J. T. Douglas & Bro
DOTS :'\.O.U ltRIGHTSVILLE
0 o (if Out fhigbUyillo farmer.'),
Mr. IM": - KI O of the luckiest
fisher nu. 1 ayer have seen, ile is al
most ni lucky ns our friend Pender
Jim, un': ti' .. I have ho ?rd tho
remark ii. ido ?l him, that the ii ?li all
kucw when I'... '-T .1 ?.H camon Pubing
That tl.t y woul I bi o his bait in pro
fernilee .<> any one e so's, and thoae
that couldn't [?et a 'banco to bite tho
bait wu i di I j .flip in ? is boat. So our
friend ' lark le la -.. remarkable inci
dent thal happened the other day.
While going his rounds to his net--,
he said li . ?V ' .metliiiig about 20
yards i-:.< iid <! him that kept the
water u ap! i could sro the
buik ri. up 'ed cjowh, BU he had just
about come to tho i-inclusiou that it
WU9 au digitpr. S ?, not having his
gun, win Q almost i-i the act of of re
treat lu discover! d (iiat it was a very
large t'Jrt Si M, er was ho to get
ch ser. he ? ' I it! unlil he caine
so c!o.-( lo ibo Inri that he Bo'.'/ed
the. turi h (he Iud, and a desperate
struggl . I ol lowed, ind Mr. Clark
b? ing i. man uiiu?iudy strong ia hand
grip sr . . / '1' tiing the turtle
in bis I (?al Bini : ned tho monst-r
di.wu. Su Mi v !;.ric is also a lucky
(ishern ( ii li them without
hook u . .??,'' I won't give
you aw (ii "Til piu" experience
lui) tin J. wiii at later on
Wo . abundance nf
rain. Til lou ike we aro going
to have weather Our
firmer < have tt'.e rest now for
a tow ('a again, uf 1 r a week ( f such
fi ie cit. i\ oict weather tu work, o!
which : . good U8c. Some
are through unliu?? and Borne are
waitinj- nu e first. All thc
boys atc ii fm ; s anticrpating a
linc OU' - ; ti d crop, and big
1 no . idy thrift the high
price t' v t t on in our coin
inunil? ' md new buggies
und ne the fashion Uo
it b ?yp it afte.r__u hard
year's iori; ?J wo should a I re
nie mb? is n li
let ns lu
hule i economy to his
wenhl bc never bought
anytii d wm ?ry wealthy niau
I ?ii if young farmers
alive. ! i un interest in
the fui Thal is what
wo lie? '.nod I mirra, lt H thc
Vi ry 1 . f a niau, the ino.-t inde
pende i - ive. liaise every
tiling will make your
little \ ' you 'ctlor, MU! when
you o* i air days toil h >w
glads . Meets you with
iliing to do. t )
nd of lhu ladder.
lind. 'line. Work
heard a man ?tty
.1 he thought ho
o was compelled
n'onc I ultri
a smile and presses a sweet kiss upon
your lips, and says "I aro so glad to
seo you I know you are tired, sit
down ?nd resto few munna and then
wo will have Biipper."
"O d man guess tow many little
chicks I havo taken oil'to day?"*"
"Well, I might say a drzon."
You have missed it by two dozen.
.Vint I eniarl?
Surely, you nre worth your weight
in gold, and if I had tho gold I would
lia ve a pretty lar o lump wouldn't 1?
That's right, make fun. us roen us
But, my darling, no fun in this. I
mean every word of it.
"Now, ooe moro guess. What have
wo for supper?"
Fried flitters, or slap jacks or pate*
"No, you have missed it agaiu."
' I don't caro, you smelled them.''
Then your heart will leap for joy.
Now boys, you can all go to town that
wants to. but lids boy and his little
wile will remain on the farm awhile
The health ofour community is good
with the exception of our friend Jack
son A. Stubb?, who continues very
sick, with little or no hopes of his re
covery. He hns the attention of kind
friends who watch over him and seem
to tiro not, anti tho best medical ai
le lion by bis physician, Dr. McLain
who calls daily. We would be glaJ
to see our dear old uncle out once
more. He did seem so cheerful and
had just reached the period of life
when life was a pleasure to live. May
God smile his richest blessings upon
him and save him in that sweet beaven
prepared for ut all that keep the faith,
is Gie prayer of our correspondent.
With host wishes, yours.
Melt 28, 11104. K W. <J. '
A Warning to-Candidates
Tlie Choraw Chronicle has this
warning: "When a man comes to
you and urges you to run for an
oilice you should not put too high
a valuation on tim compliment
until you find out whether he wants
to borrow money or wants you to
endorse his note af the bank."
THE ?BEST SERVICE.
Tine WILMINGTON STEAM DAUN
l)a\' is pr?parai to guarantee the life
and fin?dh of your Linens. Prompt
service and quick returns. No shoddy
work sent out. We study to please
A trial will prove il. Then let ns have
your next order, which will be sent
for and delivered.
Yours for heller Laundry service.
YANfi: TATUM, A?t.
A. G L. Depot
Penni I Uv il lo, S. (J.
XGS ie Carpet Effects.
? br?gM colors,
di ?Dwaiiis, something new.
, in Valours and Leather,
<cep Every tiling in the Fur- ||||
Line, and will order al close mar- j^^i'
ling not ?ii Stock. '->7r
d see our stock. Wc have i?e|||l
nd BEST TN TOWN. j&|
r. Waddill & Son. S
; poor horses and mules fat without bloating, lt
.his by first thoroughly cleansing thc system of
purities, allowing perfect assimilation of food,
.y creating solid muscle and fat.
?rses and mules improve in appetite and spirits
he first few doses, the hair sheds, and the now
; always sleek and glossy.
hcraft's Condition Powders arc packed in doses,
it "filler," and good for horses and mules only,
i most powerful tonic and appetizer, being thc
lal veterinarian of over a quarter of a century's
asily the foremost remedy in its class on the
day. Price 25 cents package.
SMITH NEWTON, Bennettsville, S. O'
MCCOLL DRUG CO., Mccoll, S. C.
LY TOUR WAN
ORIIY, BUT COME RIGHT ON TO
ET YOU ?W^VISTT'
Clothing, Shoes, N otions
i Fancy Groceries.
?round M EAL ami HOMINY a specialty.
ii each Department and will fill your Wanta in each
T THF, LOW HST P RICES.
MI call and see in. Phone orders in town delivered
-faction guarani ed,
-Near Douglas' Drug Storr,
WIRE. FENCING, BARBED WIRE
AND WIRE NAILS.
? II AVE THESE GOODS, hough t by ifR ear load un
can r/ive you LOW I'RClCES.
Xl@~. Sec us before buying. 0 '
Mareil 3, 1004. C. S. McCALL.
RUIRT'S Prize Medal Carden Seed
" And Onion Sets. New Crop.
March 3, 1901.
FRESH BREAD and
THREE TIMES ? WEfE&C.
MK. R F. SIIULTZ HAVING CLOSED HIS BAKERY HERE. I
have arranged to keep a supply of FRESH URE .Vp, ROLLS AND
CAKES of his splendid ranko nt my Store for tlie ?cc?m.'nodatton of tito
Trade. Shipments received fresh three times a week, and orders can be filled
daily as wanted by customer.-?. I guaiantee prompt Bervioe.
March 3, 1904- W. M. ROWS.
HI "ALCO" BRAN
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. J.. MCCALL'S,
February 26, 1904,
FOR SALiE 2
A Bicycle Tor a lady or Gouts ;
color Black or Blue with 28 in j
wheels and rubber tires.
S. J. Pearson.
CHANGE Of'! SCHEDULE;
?SivUii'Aitt - Air Li?? RAILWAY.}
Thc Seaboard Ait Lh o Ry ?ched?1
ule .vhs . hanc.cil on January 1 Oth.
i mina leave v,neruw,o. na follow*: I
Northbound No GO at 8:05 a. m.
No 50 at 9:24 p. ra.
Southbound No 57 at 8:05 a. m. i
" No 27 at 10:40 p. ra. j
Thc BonnrtlUvillo and Oheraw R.
ii., leaving Benneltsville at 6. 45 a.
m., conuect with No OG and No 57.
The afternoon tl aili leaving Ben
neltsville at 4 p. ra. gives Benuetts
ville i eople an opportunity lo take
Haina No 50 and No 27.
Manufaotm ing Works
Rf!HE Ru-incss recently known os the
X OLIO NOVELTY MANUFOTU
U1NG CO., will hereafter be known OP
Pilli CLIO NOVELTY MANUFAC
TURING WORKS, with P. ll. IVEY
-ole owner and director,
The latest improved wood working
machines arc being placed for doing ail
kinds of Novelty work for builders usc at
Mr. 1\ A. Hodges is agent at Bennetts
ville and will take your orders.
Oct 12.5, 1903.
, 33. JP. :E*.QOK.
18 for only 50 cents home tle
I livery-10 els extra Cor packing
and delivering to Expresa oilice.
J ASPER FLETCHER,
MCCOLL, S. C.
Jan. 28. R. V. J). 2.
PURE BRED BUFF ROCKS.
Thrifty, Reliable and Profitable.
The 11 ii I f Plymouth Rock is the low
tor firofit. The time lor setting lor the
Spring brood is near at hand and to gel
eggs so as to have them ready when the
se.nsnn opens you should place orders at
once and state date ol do'ivcry.
Setting ol IS Fggs $1.50
I). A. COVINGTON.
Jan 5, 190.1. Gibson, N C.
Notice of Court.
NOTICE ?H hereby given that the Court
of General RCHS?OIIB for thc County of
Marlboro will convene nt Honnef tnv'.il? on
?lie Third Monday in APRIL, (hoi mr the
iSth day thereof) 190.1, and tho Court of
Common Plena on the Wednesday no.\t
following eaid Third Monday in A pt il
('icing thc 20th dny thereof) 1904 at Boin*
n ittavillc in and for thc county of Mnil'ooro
and State of South Carolina. All pomona
interested will take duo notico thereof.
J. A. DRAKE,
Clerk Court of C. T. .& G. B.
For Marlboro Co., 8, 0.
march ti, 1904. -1 m
"?Tl?^?rB AV T'ON,
Attorney at Law,
Planters National Bank Building;,
Practice in Slate and Federal Courts,
Attorney tor thc planters National Bank
lu.N.v.n ? > uj.v:, Bo.
DUDLEY ? VsI rVn-r
Vrti UtiX i V ? AT \Vj
iJWiN NETTS VILLE, S C.
. Attornoy at Law.
Bcnnettsville, B. C.
Office on Darl/ngton street near Posta
felcgrapb offne. January, 1899.
Attorney at Law und
Olllce in Court House.
E. c. monnisoTTj
Electrician . - Machinist,
BOX 57 FLORENCE, S. C.
Contractor for Electrical work and dealer
in Electrical .supplies. ^ Hot Air Puiup
I ing Engioes and Cas Eogines installed.
Pipe-tiitting and geucral uiaehine work.
August 20, 1903.
fNSURE YOUR COTTON GINS
against loss by tire. Kates reason"
able ii best of Companies. Call on
>r add res j (odie." over National Bank)
A. J. BRISTOW, Agt.
Beunettsville, S. C.
AVING seemed the services of a
JCA. good mail, I an? prepared to tut
.lown and pull up purni s. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Orders left at tither I Liti
gare "?tore will be promptly attended to.
inch 1-2, 1903. P. C. Emanuel.
rjfllTVr yon can ALWAYS Kl ND at
X Tho COHN KB GROCKR? a Lull
Linc ol' ehoico
Abo a nice linc ol' SHOES, UNDER
WEAR, and NOTIONS.
Our Table Coo ls are always Fresh.
??ive u- a CA LI i.
C. B. HUBBARD,
Cor Par!; ns ton an 1 Chcraw sis.
ttcnnctUv'illcj S. C.
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