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BEN1TETTSYILLE, S. 0.
BY S. A. BROWN A CO,
'ffice on Marion Street Oppos
' Masonic Jiu ll.
Friday. May 6, 1904.
E1O IS NQ SUBSTITUTE
isday In May
here WUB a good crowd in
n Monday owing to the
ting of the County Conven
. The absence of stockmen,
ers, &c.j was noticed. The
' attraction was a coop of 16
v white Leghorn chickens
ir. J. M. IJoody. It was a
ty exhibit. He says his or
have been ahead of his
)ly, and those wanting eggs
t speak at once,
e day passed off without
lent or incident.
s-f Quick Arrost
V.. Gulledge of Verbena, AU. was
u the hospital from a severe case
?>,au9?ng 24 tumors. After doc
d ?ll remedies failed, Buckler's
Sa.'vo quickly arrested further
nation, and cured him. It con
idios a/nd kills pain. 25,3. nt J. T.
Fered ffor many years with nervous
k hoajdachp. Tried many medi
id sourera! doctors. Nothing cured
*'< ?fgot Lee'd Headache and Neu
J*mcdy. It is simply worth its
IBS. JNO. W. SPRINKLE,
otto, N. C.,
irioo 25o. at the drug store
Taught Bod Buck
. Shurley, the noted instructor
writer ho expected groat things
upil, Mr. Biyani, the famous
!.. und i.ie :'. . : U".?mtu<.kj t?pia?
itt Pew de j.- Ita1 out und
...di lu- e.." '.' ?\v i - Lung !.. IT
. Glanders, Di.d . e. ., . 1
- ; ol 1 b.rtsufi -i stu.
fi ?ure '. uiKft
id ?! it vothiriu ia sure except
1 tax-.;. Ult that is net alt ll .
. . XJi. ?WIUJ, o L1U<? XMSUU.CI/ lui
tion is a sure cure for all lung
t troublos. Thousands can tes
it. Mrs. C. B. Van Metre of
town. W, Va., says "1 had a
?o of Bronchitis and for a year
tr y thin;: r heard of, but not no
ne butti? of Dr. '''-s's New
U then cured nie absolutely." its
br Croup. Whooping Coueh,
imoniu and Consumption. Try
uarunteed by J. T. Douglas,
freo. Reg, sizoes 50c, $1,00.
rate S. M. Youmans of
shot John R. Keels, a
e times on monday af
killinf* him instantly,
ies had a quarrel about
Youmans is in jail, and
Stannil, a well known
s ot l?Hockingham died
f last wee^k.
Town Cork 'ernment.
-P. A. HodJ ic?^
JEN-J. FrarrV breeden, C. S.
L G. Sinclaitft t-. . W. Pate.
& TREASURE*^-Milton Mc
Dfllce open dail
-J. P. David, II\C. Harper.
'lloro County Officers.
?-J. B. Green
OP CLERK-J. A. ?hake
OF PRORATE-M. ? IcLaurin
;R-y, p, Covington
ison-M. E. Cowar il
EDUCATION-W. L. ! Jtanton
RER-J. II. Thomas
a-Chas. I. Sherril I.
R-Chas. S. MsCall \
ENTATIVES-D. D. ! ileColl, Jr.
ich, Welcome Quick
.AiES-C. D. Easterljbg, T. L.
.. Calhouo. Clio,
>t tibbs, BrightHvdle,
ttsville Church Directory
ID'ST-T. E. MORRIS.]! P. C.
chool 3 SO p. m. Preaching al
ii, uud7.3U p.m. Prawor nieet
losduy evcuiug at 8.0$ o'olock
?iidcut Sunday uchoolV.Phih A
ix-Rev. Rufus Pord, Pastor,
ichool at 10.01). Preaching Sum
.00 a. m., and 7.30 p. m. Prayei
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock,
judont of Sunday sohool, II. W
VTER1AN-Bunyan Mcleod Ph
or. Services every Sabbath
) 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.; (winter
uud 7.30 p. ni Prayer mooting
,' 5 p. m. Seals free. Stranger
iuviled. Sunday school evor]
IO a. Ul. Superintendent, J. T
All parents and children wodi
at thc school.
iPAi.-Itov. C. W. Boyd, Rector
? ovory Bccond and fourth Bundo:
. m., and 7.30 p. m. Sunda;
9,30 a. m. Dr- J. A. Fai.on
Miss B?fele Byrd of Soolety
Hill spent Bunday in our town'...
Mr, H. ff. Spoaiteof Hu sty, N.
0. was in/ town Saturday and
make us ? pleasant call.
Mr. R. Ij. Driggers was in
town Saturday and mado us a
Hon. J. P. McLaurin of Mc
coll was down salesday and gave
us a shake. No news to report
We are indeed glad to know
that Mr. J. M. Whittington is
able to bo up again
Mr. Julius T. Dudley and his
bride arrived Monday, and are
at homo on McColl Avenue.
Rev, A. J Cauthen, once -pas
tor of Benuettsvillo Station, died
at Ninety Six, April 30.
Dr. J. L. Napior attended the
funeral of R. B. Hepburn at Flor
ence last Sunday
Miss Bertie Newton, who has
been teaching at Pomaria, New
Vnrry county, returned home
Capt. W. A. Hinshaw of Clio
was up salesday. Ho says the
small pox cases aro getting along
nicely and will soon be out again
Mr. Thomas Fraser loft yes
terday morning to visit his
daughter Mrs. R. M Edens in
J. C. Brigman of Pegues N. C.,
was in town Saturday and called.
He says they aro needing rain
in his section very bad.
Rev. D. H. Crosland is visiting
his brother, T. L. Crosland. He
will preach in tho Baptist Church
Rev. Rufus Ford leaves next
Tuesday for Nashville, Tenn. He
goes as a delegate to tho annual
meeting of tho Southern Baptist
Mr. Eliab Chavisof Smithville
was down salesday and called.
He says corn and cotton is im
proving since the warm days
Mr. Arthur J. Knight who has
been placing Rural Routes in
Alabama spent a short while at
home Monday on his way IO
W ashing to n
Mr. Li. E. Carrigan of Society
Hill was a visitor to our town
Tuesday. He was accompanied
by two enterprising young men
from the north who have inter
Lecture at MoOoll..
Rev- Sam P. Jones, the no
ted Georgia evangelist-orator,
will lecture in Tatum Hall, at
Af"n~n -j i ghi - Mti
Proe?eud ... .. . iii toil ki the
McColl tnitj.sidi) ?hu?'cht ??id itis
i-ii tt seventy five ceiiC?; vii ?...ii
tu me -uonieaerate Kennion at
Charleston and expect free en
tertainment, should call on Mr.
C. S. McCall, Commander of
Camp Henagan, that he may
forward their names to the com
milfcee on entertainment at, Char
leston. If you expect to go at
tend to this at once.
Call and Get One.
There are several boxea ot school
booka left in Co Snpt'n Office by the
"Lend a Hand Library" Committee.
Any schools wishing a box should cull
on the Sup't as suou as possible.
Small Pox at Clio.
Our people indeed regreted to hear
thut unnll pox hud gotten into two or
three of thu white families of Clio last
week-MrB Harrow Covington und
children and Miss Flora Woodley. It
is hoped it will gi no further and
that these will aoou be out again.
CARD OF THANKS.
To thc citizens, holli white and colored,
who worked eo fait hf ul and with such
(?ood effect to -?ave my . .ore from the lire
of yemerdny morning. May 2d, I return
my M coe re thanks und appreciation fur
their serviced ....? help.
Muy J, i yu i. c. s. MCCALL
Prepared for tho Work.
Mr. S J. Peal BOH, thc Jeweler, Ima
now one of the latest improvements
for engraving your name or initials
on any article of gold or silver cr
> plate in the most up?to date manner.
Thu Humpies of work already done by
him ure just line. Call and see him.
Mr. B F. .Stanton of lower Hebron
beat tho county in raising the lurgist
mid finest strawberries. Last Monday
he presented UP frith a box of some
even larger and finer tliuii the first,
proving that he mustered the Beeret
of cultivating atxl liuving plenty of
this luscious fruit in BcaSop
Made Vonni: Aj'.iii ii
"One of Dr. King's New Life Pills
? each night for 1*0 wonks hus put tue in
. my "ivens nguiu" writes I). A Tumor
of Dempsovtown, Pa. They're thc best iu
the world for Livor, Stomachu and
. Bowels. Purely vegetable. Never eiipe.
? Only *J5e ai J. T- Douglas' Drug ?Store.
' Horses Do (?ot Sick.
When a horses and mules are poor
it is not always and indication that they
do not get enough to eat. Many ani
I malv. just like human beings, have in
) digestion or the sysiern is all run down
r and a tonic is needed, lt is not the a
', mount ot tooti eaten that makes muscle
1 and fat. More depends upon the prop
cr digestion or assimilation ot the lood
j than is commonly supposed. Nothing
pas yet been discovered that will build
up a horse or mule belter than Ash
craft's Condition Powders, the only
' remedy in its class sold under a guar
T antee. Ask Mr. Smith Newton, ben
r nettsville, tor it-the kiud put up in dos
, cs And McColl Drug Co., McColl. S.
p-Ii iiinmiiiMiiij ipij. ?J* ?'rn- ww?-<wwiwrnn.||jimli)||<
JVJWy AND OOUNTY NEWS. %
- The 10th is "Memorial Day"
- Much replanting has heen
done since the hail storm
-The commencement season
is on now and will continue
through thf month
- Don't forget Gen Walkor's
Lecture next Friday night at the
- McColl is going to organize
a knitting mill. Score another
- Read Bennett & Covington's
ad about Organs, Pianos and
- The croDS through Hebron
to tho Marion lino are the finest
we over saw the last of April
- Until further notice the
County Sup't of Education will
be in his office only on Satur
daysaud first Mondays.
- Judge Hudson has been the
first this year to eat green peas
Tom Y/alshhis butler has charge
of the garden
- The Court of Common Pleas
was in session all last week, and
very many learned lessons of
protit to those who go to law to
- Teachers who expect to at
tend the summer schools can get
all the information they want
from Supt W. L. Stamou, as to
studies, board, &c.
- For cool drinks-Celery
Cola, Peach Mellew, Coca Cola
other soft drinks on ice, call at
E. Powers Grocery.
-Fresh home ground meal al
ways on hand at Claud Moore's.
Pie peaches Inc per can or two
for L'?ets ut Claud Moore's.
- If you want to look well and
feel good all the time, get your
clothing at C. S. McCall's
CS5/** If you want your cuffs and
collars nicely laundered carry
them to Claud Moore, who is
now agent for the Wilmington
?3gr? Very best can corn only
10c at Claude Moore's.
-Social toa. Modock lea cakes
and pound cake are fresh and
nico at Claud Moore's.
- Have you seeu those new
articles ol* Furniture at Mr.
03?" Okra and tomatoes only
10c at Claude Moore's.
- Just recd a fresh lot of D.
M. Ferry & Co's Garden Seed
at W. M. Rowe's.
- Fresh lot ol* canned Peas.
iv i lu lbs ; ive itv five cent
Mi A in ?Iv iii
-*wi^,uiov mts oas au advertisement
in another column about choice
Plymouth Rock Eggs. He offers
them cheaper than any yet offer
ed. Read his "ad" and write him
EtS" Pipes an?! Smokers Supplie* in
.lidless ruriety ivan be found ut J. T
Douglas Si Bro.
Just, received a large lot of NEW
LOADED SHELLS of all kind.
At W. M. ROWE'S.
To Prospective Piano and Organ
It will pay you to see Strauss
& Co, if in the market for Musi
cal Instruments of any descrip
EARLY MORNING FIRE.
A Serious Conflagration Prevented only |
by Heroic Efforts.
The Bennettsville drug com
pany's store and contents were
burned Monday morning about
5 oclook. The lire was first dis
covered about 4:80. It evident
ly started on the inside as the
watchman passed the store a
few moments before and saw
no signs. Just how it started
no ono will ever know. The
building was a wooden one
and the Haines spread rapidly
and it required skillful work to
confine it to the building and
prevent what might have been
a disastrous conflagration. He
roic eil'ofts saved Senator Mc
Call's store on one side and the
old Jennings residence on the
other. The building and stock
was valued at about $7,000.
There was $3,000 insurance on
the stock, and $750 on the
building, which was owned by
Miss Bt lie Jennings.
A Startling Teat
ToSttvealife, Dr. T. G. Merritt, ol
No. Mehoopany, l'a., made u startling
U-st resulting in a wonderful cure, ile
write?, "a pat ient was al tucked with vin
lent hemorrhages, caused hy ulceration <>f
liie stomach. 1 had often lound Electric
Hittc.s excellent ter nenie stomach mid
liver trimble.* to 1 prescribed them. The
patient gained from the ti rsl, ami has not
had an attack in I months." Electric Bit?
ter.i are positively guaranteed for Dvs
nep&ia, Indigestion. Constipation and
Kidney troubles. Try Them. Only 5Ue
ul J< T. Douglas, Druggist.
Good Ad vico
bearii to bide your troubles, Your
friend hus troubles ol' Ids own to hid' .
help bim hy example. This N good ad?
Vlei, hut when a limn wakes in the
morning wit li a l aging, splitting head-,
ache, not enough energy to get np. con
stipated, hud tanto in thc mouth, tired
legs, it's not advice that II man needs,
lis a good done ol'Dr. Kind's Blood und
Liver Pills. Purity the blond and send
it hounding, coursing through the veins,
nnd mukc thc liver live. No purging,
u ri pi mr or nauseating. 25o box ut all
The Marion "District Conf?rent?
ia io session at Mu iii na this wi ck. /<
number from our town have gum
Rev C. W. Boyd will cond.!-:t Ber
vices at St. Paul's Episcopal churel
on Sunday next.
The visit of Mr. G. C. Huntington
inter-state secretary of the Y. M. 0
Association of the Carolinas accoui.
panied by two earnest workers, Mess
rs Johnson and Bridgeman lo our
town ou Friduy last in che wi ton ot ol
this great work among young men,
was indeed enjoyed by all who turned
out to hear them on Suuday morning,
afternoon and night.
The Epworth. League Pr ny or meeting i
is held ovory Wednesday evening ia the
Sun "ny Behool room of the Methodist
church at 8 o'clock. The publie invited.
Prayer meeting at Presbyterian oharoh i
Thursday afternoon at 5 p. m.
Tho hour for evening services at the !
ohurohes is now 8.30 o'clock.
Pniyor mooting at the Baptist ohuroh
avery Thursday evening at 8.30.
Prayer meeting at tho Methodist church
every Wednesday at 4.30 p. m.
Tho hour for Sunday School at tho i
Melhodiat church bas been changed to
4.C0 o'clock in the afternoon.
B5?~ Just arrived a line assort
ment, new shapes in Ladies Hats,
Flowers &c., at the
C. B Crosland Co.
Tho Lord bas taken from us our be
loved brother, friend and neighbor, Jack?
son Stubbs, after an illness of eight
weeks, dunne which he received one of
tho riebe t hie-sinus that man can obtain,
fie professed religion some three week*
tum. After his profession ho said ho was
ready and willing und was ouly wuiting
for thc Master to call _ him home. So,
after a few days of patience and suffer
ing tho Muster told him it wus enounh.
'.(Jome home." Lust night ut 12.20 his
gentle spirit left its tcaeuieut of clay boro
un angel wings for 11 home in tho better
land, "where sickness, sorrow, puiu and
deatli are felt and feared no mora."
Meoklv and patiently he bore bia suf
ficing, without a muriner. Hu will be
missed bv all, hut wc will meet lum a
cain. H ; was 87 years old thc 19th ol
The funeral services will he held this
tifiernom and the remains luid hy the
s'de ofhis beloved wife who precedcd.hiiu
M months ugo.
Briglitsville, Muy 4, Hint.
MEMORIES OF THE SIXTIES
Is the title of a lecture to he de
livered hy Gen. C. Irvine Walker in
the Court House na Friday evening
next I3th, urder the auspices of Camp .
Heuegati in the uid of the Hampton
monument A henrt to henrt mik Buch
as Gen. Walker ?ives makes a far
deeper impression thau all that history I
ii TH ! rn te:! \> hus ut- saw tun! i card. |
The jil ; it rtii un: ver jul iv
?iomp'tin?iii iii. lecture and ,'I*.IR
vii i\ with .. .tv ? :d t-eu-.f! Hire?.1
??vi v .Hi h'jiS !>.. r r.. i ! ' leoi u rh ' aol
dhiyinf?ivstitig . ii im ediv\ ^ivim;
liai y s tim -, mi icu .! in history.
. UU Lirillg .m; utiyn.
Admission 50 cents. Children 25.
Don't Miss lt.
DOWN IN RED BLUFF.
FROM WILLIS SECTION.
I have not written to the Dem
ocrat in some time.
Cotton is now showing itself,
also is general green.
Mrs. N. L. Martin, and little
daughter are spending a while at
The month ol May set in with
a beautiful day.
School will bf out at Red Bluff
Academy next Friday, May 15th.
There will n'so be <;iveii a concert
that night. An invitation is given
to all. We hope there will be a
I will close with best wishes to
the Dear Democrat.
Muy 2rd 1904.
FOR LADIES both Old and Young,
Just get the Delineator, if yo 1 want
to see how up-to ?late dresses are made.
We receive subscriptions for same,
Have full stock nf the Butterick Pat
terns on Hand. A new fashion paper
given away free. Call on
Strauss & Co.
Ato Evorytliing In Bight
Dr. King's Chill und Fever Tonia is,
without a doubt, thc best medicine I
have ever found for chills. All my
family were ia poora health last sum
mer, and after several other chill tonics
had failed, tried Dr. King's, and in a
very few days wo were all better, cutiug
everything in sight.
S. N. McCOIUvLE.
Sold by all Druggists. 1
FAMILY MILEAGE TICKET.
Goon IN SOUTH CAROLINA 'NOW
SOLD liv SKAHOAHD Ant LINK
Commencing march 25 th J tlie
Seaboard Air Line Railway, in
compliance with the new lawJhave
on sale 1000 mile family tickets,
good for the use of the immediate
members ot ono family, between
stations within tho State of'.Sou th
Carolina on tho line of th? Sea
board Air Line Railway. ; These
tickets ure sold at $25,00 aPd aro
limited to ono year from flato of
Tho popular Interchcftigeablo
book, good over 25 different linos,
will continue on sale under sanie
conditions as heretofore. J
For further informaron apply
to Seaboard agents, o}' address
Jos. W. Stewart Tra v. R?as. Agent
Columbia S. C. ff
Tho Russel Wagons.
Mr. P. A. Hodges is o|cniug a car
of these durable wngou^-ono and
two-horse, every one ot tb?ni guaran
teed against any defect i$i niateiial
IT-1 M WI1
ill lis M? if Sljj
Our Stock is the most com
plejo in e rery detail that is
to lie had.
Try Our 2-piece Suits
iii Wool Crash, Mix
ed Worsteds and
smise a FIT, and our
701 : : frighten you,
. o a while the sale is
v may regret it.
BS and FANCY VESTS.
H ESE. Can fit you DOW. NOBBY PATTERNS. iW
COI Li) FIND
mt iu H DRESS SUIT.-A Conventional Black ora Swell
'UR SUMMER SHIRTB.
tool has? arrived. Cao I'uruLh any thing you waul.
IN No uso lo throw away your time look i n ir ul e winne
the 16 days Clothing Sale begins
? OOM ? TRVL ?\
V. M, WJEATMJSIfc IY
!>ril r'tp.i OLD Bi?' /JLR
I I ..?_?
tings and Rugs
?til May IO.
ATTING 10 to 17^. former prices lo to 22? ?j$5p
VIATTING 18 to 25, former prices 22} to 30. J^^?
ition will convince you that
Friees are by the roliJH
\ Waddill & Son. ?
fVi.rii 28, h.'04
he Public that I represent some 01
lt IE INSURANCE Companies
il Liberal :*.s to Terms and Kates.
JNO. S. MOORE.
IV -WVC- (H ? > ( ...
SUPPL! YOUR WANTS.
ORRY, BUT COMB RIGHT ON TO
X/rr* YOU "V*T-?L??fl-'.??
Clothing, Shoes, Notions it
round MEAL and HOMINY B specialty,
each Department and will fill your Wand in each
A I THE LOWEST PRICES.
Wi Po wu call aud see u*. Phone ordora in town delivered
C ction guaranteed.
. and Tear Douglas1 Drag Store.
WIRE FENCING, BARBEO WIRE
AND WIRE NAILS.
TATE HAVE THESE GOODS, bought by the carload uud
ff oaufiive you LOW PRCIOES.
If?Bu See U3 belbro buying.
March 3, 1904. C. S. McC? L.?U
FRESH BREAD ? ROLLS
THREE TIMES A WEEK.
MR. R F. SniJLTZ HAVING CLOSET) HIS BAKERY HERE. I
have arranged to keep a supply of FRESH BREAD, ROLLS 'AND
CAKES of bis splendid make at my Store fur ibe accommodation of i.ie
Trade. Shipments received fresh three times a week, und orders can be filled
laily as wanted by customers. I guarautee prompt service.
March*, 1904- W. M. ROWE.
ALCO" BRAND_^ '
The Clothes that tell their
See the new Spring Mme":
C. S. McCAI^L.'S.:;:j
February 26, 1904,
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE- ?
RE. '..?">.* xv Air Li oe I* A '.MVAV. j
lue 'tJCiiiuour.'i o ii* Lt rn- .* ;'.y hched-j
ute was cnuuguu ult JaMtiary _
I'ruins leave Ctieraw, S. C., as follows:
Northbound No 6? at 8:05 a. m.
No 50 at 9:24 p. m.
.Southbound No 57 at 8:05 a. m.
" No 27 nt 10:40 p. m.
The Beuneltsville and Oberaw R.
lt., leaviug Benuettsville at 6. 45 a
in , connect with No 0(5 and No 57.
The afternoon ttain leaviug Ben
uettsville at 4 p. ni. gives Beunetis
viile people au opportunity to take j
11 nins No 50 and No 27. |
THE Business recently known as thc
OLIO NOVELTY MANUFOTU
UlNG CO., will hereafter be known as
THE CLIO NOVELTY MANUFAC
TURING WORKS, with .F. H. IVEY
-ole owner and director,
The latest improved wood working
machines are being placed for doing ali
kinds of Novelty work for builders uso at
Mr. P, A. Hodges is agent at Kennetts
ville and will tako your orders.
Oct 23. 1903.
Fl/^/^IQ -H OF ??*
DB. 3P. ROOK
13 for only 50 ceuts home de
livery-10 cts extra for packing
and delivering to Express oilice.
MOCOLL, S. C.
Jan. 28. R. P. D. 2.
? W V^-VW W w WT WW??-V W VV
PURE BRED BUFF ROCKS.
Thrifty, Reliable and Profitable.
. The Buff Plymouth Rock is the low
for firofit. The time lor setting lor the
Spring h rood is near at hand and to get
eggs so as tb have them ready when the
season opens, you should place orders at
once and state date ol delivery.
Setting ol IS lOggs $1.50
l>. A. COVINGTON,
jan 5, 1904. Gihson, N. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
MARLBORO* COUNTY-Hy Milton
McLaurin, Judge of Probate.
WnaiiBAS, Jamos A. Drake, Clerk of
Court has made suit to mo to grant
unto him Letters of Administration nf thc
Estate and Effecte of John William Bennett
Those aro thorofuro to cite and ailnioni-h
all and niogular tho kindred and credit .: H
of the said J. William Itonnott deo'd, that
they bo und appear boforo mo in tho Court
of Probato to bo held at Itennettsvillo o t
the 10th day of May 1904, aftor pun
lication thereof, nt II o'clock In the foto?
noon, to ahow causo, if nny thoy lmvo why
i ula administration should not bo granted.
! (livon ander ray hand, thia int dny of
April A. D., 1904.
April 7, 1904. Judge of Probate.
Attorney at Lfi ?
Practice in State and Federal Courts,
Attorney lor the Planters National Bank
and Union Savings Hank.
BENNETTS VILLE, So. CA.
DUDLEY & WAIT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
BENNETTSVILLE. S C.
W W. BOUCHIER,
Jj, ? Attorney at Law,
I BoDDCttsviiie, S. C.
Office ou Darl/ugto? Direct ut-ir Pena
J Telegraph office. ?Tannary*, isi?y.
Attorney at Law and
Otllcc in Conrt Ilouhe.
E. C. MORRISON,
Electrician . - Machinist,
?OX 57 FLORENCE, S. C.
Contractor fir Electrical work and dealer
io Electrical hupplies Hot Air Pump
ing Engines nod Ga . Engines installed.
Pipe-fiittiog and guLCral uiuchino work.
August 20. 1903.
NSURE YOUR COTTON GUSS
[?g.iiti?t lops by lire. Rates leascm*
able i i best ol' Companies. (Jail on
or addrcsa (office over National Bank)
A. J. BRISTOW, Agt.
Benncttsvillc, S C
I fS ll AT von can ALWAYS FIND at
.1 Tho, CORNER QRO?El?i' a Pull
Line of clioico
Also a nice line of SHOES, UNDER
WEAR; and NOTIONS.
Our Tahlo Goods atc always Fresh.
Give u.< a (?ALL,
C. B. HUBB/l&Zt, .
Cor Darlington and Clienuv sts.
Bcnoetttvillc, S. C.
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