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BENNETTSYILLE, S. 0,
^jinrsLA. BROWN A co.
Office on Marton Street Opposite
Friday. April 22, 1904.
fTIS A MATTER OFHEAHH
VERE ism suewTim
A newspaper calls Col. William
? i Bryan "Gas BM." That is an
.re gio UR mistake, for a gas bill
invariably sent in oncea month,
v aile Col Bryan cant even break
. 'oadaoho and Neuralgia Can bo Cured.
These distressing troubles are per
mendy cured by Lee's Headache and
N euralgia Remedy. Even temporary re
i is gratelul. but permanent relief is
almost too good. But the proof follows:
Being subject to sick-headaches all
n i life, and trying many medicines, I
?. ver got relict until I fortunately used
Lee's Headache Remedy, 1 lound per
ine?t rebel after 15 minutes
E O. BROMFORD.
Xept by Bennettsville Drug Co.
A new rifle with which the
aitea States.army.is to be equip
} -dyksaid to have an efFeetive
~ "O'ge of five miles, and to be the
;htest rifle ever devised.
Our Town Oorvernmenl.
MAYOR-P. A. Hodges
ALDERMEN-J. Frank Breeden, C. S
affin, A. Qt. Sinclair, W. W. Pate.
:LERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc?
I . urin. Office open daily.
POLICE-J. F. David, II. C. Harper.
Marlboro County Officers.
SHERIFF-J. B. Green
JLEBK OF CLERK-J. A. Drake
IUDOE OF PROBATE-M. McLiurin
CORONER-C. F. Covington
'>nr-?.vi -M V Co ? i i
itfpr. KnccATio.';--W ?- Stanton
"X^* '.'?'>'I : -.1 - Si. ri .):?!? -
it&t????- CliTOJ S. M,:t ill,
r?P!tKsi:Ni.vm is -- P. D. MCO? , Ir.
Pi Hunch, Wc ?coen Quiek.
M AGIOT?TES-C. D. Easterling, T. L,
H.'L. MoLaorin, McColl
fohn A. Calhoun. Clio,
w*. J. Atkinson, Blenheim,
?), D. Stubbs, Brightsville,
."V. W. Irby, Smithville.
?ennettsville Church Directory
IETUODTST-T. E. MORRIS, P. C.
Su.iday school 3 30 p. m. Preaching at
ll JO a m. and 7.3U p.m. Prayer meet
Wednesday evouing at S.OOo'clook.
Bt >erintendeut Sunday school, Phil. A.
i I dg08. .
?APTisx-HM- , itu!us Ford, Pastor.
*^a*>>?'"nool at 10-00. Preaching Sun?
d . at lPftHO?. m., and 7 30 p. m. Prayer
?ting Tlmr^?day eveuing at 8 o'clock.
. i )erintcndont\>f Sunday school, H. W
!*RE8BTTER1AN-^Bunyan McLeod Ph.
1)., Pastor. Services .every 8abbatb
(si aimer) ll a. m. ?and 8 p. m.; (winter)
tl a. m. an J 7.30 p* m Prayer meeting
Thursday 5 p. m. ' Seale free. Stranger?
cordially invited. Sunday school every
S'aoday 10 a. m. ^Superintendent, J. T.
i" '-.dIoy. All parents and children made
?:. icomo at the schoph
SriBCOPAL-Rev. ?U W. Boyd, Rector,
x' reaching every BecondVand fourth Sunday
at Ii a m., and 7.30VP. m? Sunday
? ool at 9.30 a. m. \t>r. J. A, Faison,
County Ohurch ^rectory,
?ennettsville Circuit Appointments
REV. J. W. ARIAIL?L, P. C.
?jlrst Sunday-ll ft- mi, Pino Grove
3 p. m , Smyrna.
3ccoud Sunday, ll a. ia. McColl.
3 p. m, beauty Spot.
Third Sunday-ll a. m., Pine Grove,
3 p. ni, Smyrna,
fourth Sunday, ll a. m. 1J0C0II,
3 P- m. Be -.iy Spot.
Blenheim Circuit Appointants.
RBV. W. lt. RAKER ifjfj,
first Sunday, Hebron ll a.r,;
Ebenezer 3.30 iv Wt
;3econd Sunduy, Parnassus Pa> ra #
Zion 3.30 p.|j, '
Third Sunday, Hebron ll a.n.
Ebenezer 3.',.) p. m>
.'?ourth Sunday PUIDQKSUP 118. ?j,
Zion 3.P\ p. m.
Clio Circuit Appointments.
REV. A. T. DUNLAP, P. C.
Prayer moejiugiMonday night al 8.
olah -Wenching every Sunday aft ut
4 o'clock. Sunday school at 3 ll.
M. Jack .-on,'.Sn pt,
North Marlboro Circuit.
REV. T. h. DELVIN. I'. C.
thirst Sunday-, Oak Grove, 100. m.
Plenftnnt Hill 12 noon,
New Hopo, 4 p. m.
Second Sundny, Shiloh 11 a m.
umucwi 4 I', ?1.
Third Sunday, New Hope 11 a. m.
Pleaeant nm 4 p. n.
Oak Grot e, 7 30 p. tn,
i'vjnth Sunday, Ebenezer 11 a tn,
SblJob, j p, jp.
Mrs. Hal Buck of Conway is
visiting relatives at tho "Marl
Mr. Joseph Emanuel of George
town is here on a visit to Wis bro
Mir osabell Stanton of Clio
has b. i visiting the Misses Bol
vin of Cheraw.
Mr. James Webster of Rod
Hill was up Saturday. No news
in his section
Miss Lulie Emanuel of Sumter
spent last wesk at the home of
Hon. J. L. McLaurin.
Mr. A. A. Bristow now of
Greenville is visiting his brother
Mr. A. J. Bristow
Miss Maggie Breeden has been
spending a few days with Mrs.
Harrold Baird at Darlington.
Miss Anna Brown of Ocala,
Pla., is visiting her brother Mr.
Sol Brown of our town
We are glad to report that Mrs.
Claud S. Chaffin, who was so very
ill last week is considerably
Mr, B. Li. Jones of Hebron has
moved his family to town to be
in time for the next session of
We regret to learn that Mr. J.
M. Whittington, our faithful De
puty Sheriff, is quite sick at home
with 1 agrippe
We are indeed glad to learn
that Mr. Arthur White, who went
home sick about two weeks ago,
Supt W. L. Stanton spent Fri
day at Hartsville in the interest
of the District Summer school to
be held in June
Mr. and Mrs. Furman Knight
and Little Jenkius of Sumter,
spent Saturday and Sunday with
his parents in our town.
Mrs. W. Boyce Fraser and W.
J. Gilchrist of Darlington were at
the bedside of their sick brother
Thomas Gilchrist, during his last
Mr. J. B. Gilchrist of Laurel
Hill was down Tuesday at the
bedside of his sick brother, Tho
mas, and remained with him to
Mrs. Florence Cannon, and
Misses Lucy Green, Ila Easter
ling and Jennie McRae left
Thursday morning for Chester
las delegates to the State Ep
I worth League Conference
- To permit the Editor to at
tend the S. S. Conference next
Friday, the Democrat will po to
press Thursday morning. Please
have all favors in Wednesday.
- If our farmers fail this year
to make a big crop it will not be
?BP.NV moro a:: d better pvc pu ra
rl?h<3 ''Spinsters Return.'
j Tho play rendered al tho Audi
orium Friday night by Cheraw
talent for the benefit of the Metho
dist parsonage fund was a grand
success in every particular and Che
raw has reason to he proud of thc
troupe. Never did a crowd laugh
more than the one Friday night, all
went home delighted with thc en
tertainment. Where all did so well,
it would be injustice to particular
ize even one, which wc feel tempt
ed to do, but must hold.
Enterprise in Smithville.
Mr. W. G. McLean of Chrraw is
preparing to put up a la?ge Brick
making planton Mr. W. D. Evans'
place close to two railroads.
Keeping Clean Streets.
Chief David says he is determined
i" ke jp treuil off the streets if bobas
to prosecute every offender. There, is
an ordinauce that forbids throwing or
av oping trash on the streets, und
those who are guilty of thia practice
are warned that he will report any
and eyery violation in future So Inuit
out, if you do not want to pay a line
for throwing piti er or trash on the
streets of thu town.
K. of P. Deli'gutts.
Th? grand lodge K of P., ?neets in
the city of Greenville Miy 17. Con
solidated Lodge N > 15 have elected
C. D. Ea terling and C. S. Chalti-.i at
d legates with Dr H. E Stockton
a d W. W. Pate as alternates.
Hold Up On Tho High Way.
On Wednesday night last Mr.
John Irby of Smithville was re
turning home from Cheraw, when
ho was held up hy two parties.
Ten shots were fired, hut only five
of them struck. Only threo of
brought blood, ono itt the sido and
two in tho leg. He was taken
back to Cheraw for treatment, and
at lost account was getting along
nicely, though badly hurt.
Ruck Hill Buggies.
The agent Mr. P. A. Hodges has
just received a carload of those hand
some buggies and if you want a fine
buggy call on him.
The System Noetls Some
sort ol a tonic in the spring time This
lack ol enerby and "tired feeling" is a
common ailment at this season. Perhaps
you have in minti some Spring Medicine
you would like to take. If you can f;et
Dr King's Iron Tonic Bitters, take that
-don't hesitate. No cure no p;ty. By
Bennettsville J)rug Co.
The best rule is to keep your foot
warm as Cuba, dry as Samara, and as
comfortable as an easy chair. Just
travel in our Shoes and you will be
peifectly right on ali these points.
STRAUSS &, Co.
Royal Baking Powders at
W. ft. Rowe'?.
TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS.
- Vegetation is jumping now
- Wintex* in the lap of spring
- There was a slight fall of
sleet Wednesday noon
- Finish planting your gar
- Good stands of corn is en- ;
- Copious showers of rain fell
Saturday night and Sunday
- The cold wave Saturday
night was a surprise after a pleas
- Radishes and lettuce are be
ing-bujoyed by the early garden
- Remember the meeting of
the Democratic Club to.morrow
- Florida cabbage sold in our
market last week at 7 cents. Hur
ry up Mr. Chavis. ,
- Jake says popular plays by
local talent at popular prices get
the best houses.
- Mary Buck a well known
old colored woman died Tuesday
from a stroke of paralysis
-Fresh homo ground n e il al
ways on hand at Claud Moore's.
Pie peaches 15c pW eau or two
for 25cts at Claud Mooi e's.
- If you want to look well and
feel good all the time, get your
clothing at C. S. McCall's
If you want your cuffs and
collars nicely laundered curvy
them to Claud Moore, who is
now agent for the Wilmington
SSF" Very best can corn only
10c at Claude Moore's.
-Mr. N. J. Herndern of the
Bethel section has 8,000 cabbage,
plants for sale of Jersey Wake
field, late Drumhead and late
Flat Dutch varieties
-Social tea, 5 oclock tea. cakes
and pound cake aro fresh and
nice at Claud Moore's.
- Have you seen those new
articles of Furniture at Mr.
rVviifr .fM.rvn nn/1 *-/-*?v?o * nag r>T)lv
.fr ~T*- J . ? * M ?.4***4. *.* vwviii
lOc at Claude Moore's.
- Go to Mr. C. S. McCall's for
the old .-diable Buists Garden
- Just recd a frosh lot of D.
M. Ferry & Co's Garden Seed
at W. M. Rowe's.
- Fresh lot ol' canned Peas,
Pears, and Pig's Feet at Claud
FOR SALE-A fine lot of Cala
lilly Bulbs at twenty five cents
each. Apply to
Miss Emma Odom,
I Mr. Jaspoi Fletcher di :
?j ', . nsvil.V* liasjan a >V' r'is'-too.nl '
ii .nu,;;' ir coVumn abrnil oliol ip '
j P'iyn pn'tl Rock ?O?r':.- ;. . > i
. -.- V--., ?OL??IC?
ed. Read his "ad" and write him
JB?~ Pipes and Smokers Supplies in
endless variety can be found at J. T
Douglas & Bro.
Just received a huge lot of NEW
LOADED SHELLS of all kind.
At W. M. ROWE'S.
Pre?airing1 For Conference.
Tho good people ol Beulah are
milking extra preparations for tho
Sunday school conference to he
held there on the 29th and 30th.
All schools which have not yet re
ported delegates are earnestly re
quested tosend tho santo nt once
to the Secretary that he may for
ward his list at once to tho com
mittee on entertainment. Dele
gates going down on Thursday
afternoon before will lind one ot
the committee at the church to
To Prospective Piano and Organ
Il ?viii pay you to soo Strauss
?, Co, if in the market for Musi
cal Instruments of any elescrip
A Good Doctor
of South Carolina said: "I have used Dr.
King's Remedies a great deal in my prac
tine nod lind ibu (hey givo perfect t-atis
I'aetion io holli myself and patients. I
heartily recominonil thom.
W. lt CLY'HUHN, M D."
And they still grow in favor became
. hoy cure. Guaranteed by Bennet tr ville
A Great Sensation.
Tl ere was a big sensarion in I.ees~
ville Ind, when VV. H. Brown ol that
plact who was exped to die. had (tis lite
saved hy Dr. King's New Discovery loi
Consumption. He writes; ' I endured
insufferable ngonies hom Asthma but
your New Discovery gave me i m med is
ale reliet and soon thereatier effected a
complete cure. Similar cures of Con
sumption. Pneumonia, bronchitis and
Grip are numerous. It's the peet less
remedy for all throat and lung troubles.
Price soc, and $ioo Guaranteed by J.
T. Douglas Druggist Trial bottles free.
Constables For Court.
Messrs J. F. David. N. F Bun
dy, A. F, Hilliard, T. A. Odom
and W. R. G rice aro assisting
tho Sheriff this week. Master
Kussol Miller is drawing the ju
rors for trial cases.
Testimony of a Minister.
A startling incident, is narrated by
John Oliver of Philadelphia, as follows;
"I was in an awful condition. My skin
was almost yellow, eyes sunken, tongue
coated, pain continually in hack and
side no appetite, growing weaker ?lay
hy day. Three physicians had given me
up Then I was advised to use Klectric
i>:..-.-. .1... r,P.t hntllf?
mtiers, iu ...y great joy, ..... .......?.
made a decided improvement. I contin
ued their use for three weeks, and am
now a well man. 1 know they robbed
the grave ol another victim" No one
should lail to try them. Unly $p cent,
guarantee.I, at. JlotigJVs drug store.
HE Li i GIO US NOTES.
Rev 0. W. Boyd will conduct ser
vices at St, Paul's Episcopal churcl
on Sunday next.
All the churches were elosod Sun
day night and Union Services were
held at the Fresh, terian ?burch.
Rev. Fester Speer, of McO di, filio '
the pulpit of tba Methodist church
Sunday morning tn place of Rev. T.
E. MorriB, who went to Clio to preach
for the Woman's Missionary Society.
. The Marion District W> man's Mis
sionary Sooiety was held at Clio Fri
doy, Saturday and Sunday. Rev. T.
E Monis of this Station went down
cud preached for them Sunday.
The Epworth League Prayer meeting
id held every Wednesday evening ia the
Sun 'ny eobool room of the Methodist
church at 8 o'clock. The pabilo invited.
Prayer meeting at Presbyterian church
Thurtdoy afternoon at 5 p. tn,
Tho hour for evening services at the
ohurohoa is now 7.30 o'clock.
Prayer meeting at tho Baptist church
every Thursday evening nt 7.30.
Prayer meeting at tho Methodist church
every Wednesday at 3.30 p. m.
Thc. hour for Sunday School at the
Methodist church baa boen changed to
4.C0 o'olock In tho afternoon.
Thu Evangelist Dleetlns
Thc Evangelist Rev. Frank A.
Miller, who begun a meeting at the
Presbyterian church on thc 6th for
10 days, was prevailed on Sunday
night to stay lind continue the meet
ing one more week. Services have
been held afternoon and night and
will continue until Sunday night. It
has been in many respects a meet
ing that everybody appreciated, and
in consequence the church has been
crowded at almost every service to
hear him sing and listen to his talks
on thc pitfalls of sin, character build
ing, and the way to heaven.
Dim! nt inc Imme uf ilia brother,
A. C. Gilchrist, near town on Wed
nesday morning April 20, 1904, uftei
11 long illness Mr. Thomas S Gilchrist
aged about 54 years. lie was taken
sick last i'all and went to the hospita
at Fayetteville, hut he received nu
permanent benefit und was brought
down t> the home of his brother,
where the best nursin ; was given him
until the end earrie.
He la ives three brothers, four sis
ters and ti .urge circle of relatives und
Iiiends. Thc funeral services were
held nt Evergreen cemetery Thu radii)
morning ut 10 o'clock, Rey. Bunyan
McL-od of ihe Presbyterian chute!
assisted hy Rev. Rufus Ford conduct
ing i e service
Hunting Homes for Settlers
Mr. Wilbur Mc"oy, Land and Im.
migration agent of the Atlantic Coas
r ;,.c -u- . v. j p J,
our t "wu foi thc purpouei ol' ' dicing i
some ?ai il? . o' . . ir sain i?> bltm
L. C. und ii Li. ..I, /i*.'? Ti??w
yoting mt ti took H in ont i.< ; r.;:n ?:
bini nil needed i iforniniiom ile s'aii
L't i?'ivilltt ...c?. o nug a u um ucl ul
good families that muy orne to Marl
\3W Just arrived a fine assort
nient, new shapes in Ladies Hats,
Flowers &c., at thc
C. B Crosland Co.
To tho Sunday School Workers
of Marlboro County :
Dear Bretheron; The lime lor holding
the next Coutiiy Sundoy school Confer,
euee ot ihe M. K Church. South, has
been c'lan^t-d to I ist l*'rid.iy and Sat
urdny in Apr>l and will he held at beu
lah church, ('lin circuit As this is the
hrst meeting ever held at Beulah it is
earue tty hopt-d that every school in
the county ? ill have lull representation,
amt th.it it lie tn ute one of Ihe best yet
hcl I. This is a m ilter that rests with
the workers and demands a hearty res
p >n .e.
Richs hool .should elect two dele
gates, as eaily ns possible, as the time
is short, and send their names to the
secretary at Uennettsviile. Also prepare
reports ot the condition of schools. A
lull share ot earnest work will make
this meeting a success.
C T . Easterling President.
S A. Brown. Sec'y.
FOE, LADIES both Old and Young,
Just gt thc Delineator, if yo: want
to see how up-to dato dresses are made.
We leceive subscriptions for same,
H ive full stock cf the Bulteriek Pat
terns on Hand. A new fashion pa? er
given away free. Call on
Strauss ?fe Co.
FAMILY MILEAGE TICKET.
Goon IN SOUTH CAROLINA Now
SOLD BY SEABOARD Am LINK
Commencing march 25th, the
Scabniril Air Line Railway, in
compliance with the new law, have
on sale 1000 mile family tickets,
?;ood for thc use of tho immediate
members ol one family, between
stations within the State of South
Carolina on tho line of the Sea
board Air Line Railway. These
tickets arc sold at $25,00 and are
limited to one year from date ol
Thc popular Interchangeable
hook, good over 25 different lines,
will continue on sale under same
conditions as heretofore.
For further information apply
to Senboard agents, or address
Jos. W. Stewart Trav. Pass. Agent
Columbia S. C.
Ran Away From Home.
Corns, Bunions, Warts leave home
when Dr. King's (Joni Salve gets after
them, and though it only costs 10c.. is
guaranteed same as if sold tor a dollar.
That's King's way always. Sold by
liennettsville Drug Co.
Mr. P. A. Hodges ia opening a car
of those durable wagons-ono and
two-hor?o, every ono ot thom guaran
teed against any defect \a mateiial
^1 . 'v^av-i^a^rci^
ISIBCrIJfS. MOJ? PAY APRIL
?5TH i? LUSTS ONE WEEK.
I? WILL SACRUM OUR STOCK OF
i mid White Goods
M'?Mw.m89 Table Linens,
1 lied Spreads,
Tb;?, means a lot to Friends, for you know
you Know ours has been the best stuff to
be hart. We mean to save you money.
Wo arc; still showing "The Best Things", in
m :s? GOODS, NOVELTIES, SHOES
MILLINERY, HATS and CLOTHING-.
? ,7 ?3 a m ir wi fi
and Scsi Prices.
Vi BER THE NAME.
. -HKQS in Carpet Effects,
if ? 3 in bright colors.
end Divans, something new.
G ?H??:ieSj ?/i Valours and Leather.
e tr; to keep Everything in the Fur
Cli ure Lino, and will order at close raar
:. ny thing not in Stock.
Call and see our stock. Wo have the|g|
M Tand BEST IN TOWN.
m W. Waddill & Son. i
SI M reli 17, 1004
l d in the Public that I represent some oi
th FIRE INSURANCE Companies
in .rid. Liberal as to Terms and Kates.
io 904. . JNO. S. MOORE.
i SUPPLY YOUR WITS.
NO USE TO WORRY, BUT COME RIGHT ON TO
IF YOU WANT
Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Notions ?fr
unc? Fancy Groceries.
aler Ground MEAL and HOMINY a specialty.
Wc !C??p s ful! ?ce in each Department and wi!! ?? "our Waats ?a each
AT THE LOWEST PRICKS.
Wh? i you c ?roe to Town call and see us. Phone orchv* ?o town delivc.ed
pR^Jlv, nud ?atiafaotioa. guaranteed.
Call UK iee ns-Noar Ponglas* Drng Storp,
WIRE FENCING, HUBBE
AND WIRE NAILS.
B fl A. VE THESE GOODS, bought by the car load and
eau give you LOW PRCICES.
See us before buying.
March 3, 1904. C. S. JMcCALitr.
FRESH BREAD m ROLLS
THREE TIMES A WEEK.
MR. R F. 8HULTZ HAVING CL03E? HIS BAKERY HERE, I
have arranged to keep a supply of FRESH BREAD, ROLLS AND
(JAKES of bia epleudid innko at my Store for the ur.commodulion of t.m
Trade. Shipments received fresh three times a v;??k, ami orders can he Glied
daily ns wanted by customers. I guaiaotee prompt serviae.
March 3, 1904- W. M. UOWE.
THE " ALCO" BRID,
The Clothes that tell tft
See the new ?8pi*???tg U??s
February 26, 1904,
jp"OR HOR S ES ?ND MULES OM LY
For sale by
SMITH NEWTON, Benuettsville, S. C
MCCOLL DRUG CO., Mccoll, S. C. .
CHAME OP SOKIWULK.
-'r.\..<.:.-U?D Au Li??lV?ifiW?y; i
Th? B?abb?rd'Afr Line Ky tched?J
ule waa changed on January lOiL.
Trains leave Cheraw.S. C., as follows:
Northbound No G6 at 8.05 a. m,
" No 50 at 9:24 p. ra.
Southbound No 57 at 8:05 a. m.
No 27 at 10:40 p. m.
The BecnettsvUle and Cheraw K.
R., leaving BeDuettsville at G. 45 a
in., connect with No (iii aud No 57.
The afternoon tiain leaving Ben
nettsville at 4 p. m. gives Bennetis
ville people an opportunity to take
tiains No 50 aud No 27.
0LIO NOVELTY !
THE Business recently known as thc
CLIO NOVELTY: MANUFOTU
ItlNG CO., will hereafter be known ns
THE CLIO NOVELTY MANUFAC
TURING WORKS, with F? H. IVEY
-ole owner and director.
The latest improved wood working
machines aro bciug placed for doing ail
kinds of Novelty work for builders use at
Mr. P. A. Hodges is agent at Bennetts
ville and will take your orders.
Oot 23. 1903.
18 for only 50 cents homo de
livery-10 els extra for packin";
and delivering to Express office.
MCCOLL, S. C.
Jan. 28. R. P. 1). 2.
PURE BRED OU FF ROCKS.
Thrifty, Reliable and Profitable.
The Buff Plymouth Rock is the fow
for firofit. Thc time lor setting for the
Spring brood is near at hand and to get
eggs so as to have them ready when the
season opens, you should place orders at
once ano state date ol delivery.
Setting ol 15 Eggs $1.50
D. A. COVINGTON,
Jan 5, ?904. Gibson, N. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
MAULBOUO' COUNTY-By Milton
Md ?mn in, Judge of Probate.
Wur.ur.AH, James A. Drako, Cleik of
Court, hun nado euit to mo to g ant
unto bim Lottere of AdminiRtraiion of thc
liVato and Effecta of John William Bennett
Thos? ero 'horoforo to cito and admonish
all hnd singular thc kindred rind orcdi'ota
ottheaaidJ. William Ronnctt dco'd, that
they bo and nppcar heforo mo in tho Court
ot Probato to bo held at Bennettsvill-. on
the 10th day of May 1904, niter pub.
beatson thereof, at 11 o'clock in tlx- fvuo
noon, to show oatiao, if any they have why
Riiid administration should not be granted.
Given under ray hand, this tat day of
April A. D., 1904.
April 7, 1904. Judge of Prohale,
ii. M N E \\:niN;
Attorney at Lav/,
Planters National Bank Building:,
Practice in State and Federal Courts,
Attorney tor the Plantet? National Bank
and Union Savings bank.
BENNETTSVILLK, So. CA.
DUDLEY & WAIT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
BENNETTS VILLE, S C.
m W. poUGlIlEPi
JL e Attorney at Law,
Bcnnettsville, S. 0.
OiSae OD Darlington street near Poeta
Tclcgrapb office. January, 1899.
Attorney at Law and
Ofllco in Conrt llouf-e.
E. C. MORRISON,
Electrician " . - Machinist,
BOX 57 FLORENCE, S. C.'
Contractor for Electrical work and dealer
ID Elect i ?cul supplies 11 nt Air Pump
ing Engines ?;tul (?as Magines installed.
Pipe-flitting and general machin?, worl.
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