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BENNETTSYLLLE, B. C.
Office on Marion Street Opposite
Friday, June 3, 1904.
\jTHERE ?SNQ SUBSTITUTE
His Office Now Open.
Dr. J, T. OtoBon, who hu been taking
a conree at tba Atlanta Dental College
came in Friday aad baa oponod bil offloo
for tho treatment of old tooth or replao
ing them with now onos, office over Ut.
laaacsohn'd Store. Phono 196.
^ Qa lok Arro ot
j A. Gulledgo of Verbena, Ala. was
twice'" ln0 hospital from a nevero case
of p?|cs causing 24 tumors. Atter doc
tors and '',]' remedies fuiled, Bucklen's
Arnica Saf^P quickly arrested further
inflammation an,i cured him. It con
Suers ?chea ond. kills pain. 25c at J, T.
I suffered for many years with nervous
and ?lick headache.V Tried macy medi
eines und t-cvcral doctors. Nothing cured
me until I got Lee's Headache and Neu
ralgia Remedy, lt is simply worth its
weight in gold.
MRS. .INO. W. SPRINKLE.
Charlotte, N. C.,
The price 25c. ut tho drug store
Taught Hod Buolc
Mr. L.'Shurlcy. tho noted instructor
- told the wStcr bo oxpeotad great things
of'hiB pupil, Mr. Biyttin, thc famous
Southern Journalist. At same time he
wrote: "Send we 3 doz. Kentucky Herse
and Cattle Powders. 1 am out and there,
is a big call for it." Prevents Lung Fever
and cutes Glanders, Distemper, etc.. and
makes Fat., Sold by all druggists.
Call and Get One.
There are several boxea bl .....?..> .?
. booka toft tu Co Supl'i Ofiio by uti
"L-.vid a Hund 1 ibrury" <p:ujinttwr.
J u 5 i- ?hou?dcall
on Ibu titi hvt . > rra? pontiihln.
?UicU HUI li,ig??i.s.
Theagent Mr. P.A. Hodges hai|
juBt received a carload of those band,
some buggies and if you want a fine |
buggy call on him.
A Burc Thins.
It is said that noihiim is cure except
death and taxes, but that is not altogeth* j
er true. Dr. Kiug's New Discovery for
Consumption is a sure cure for all lung|
and throat troubles. Thousands can tes
tify to that. Mr-s. C. B. Van Metre of
Shopherutowu, W. Va., says "1 had
Be vera c?so of Bronchitis and for a year
/tried everything 1 heard of, but got 00
I relief. Ono bottle of Dr. King's New
) Discovery then cured inc absolutely." it?
I inluiliblo for Croup, Whooping Couch,
I Grip Pneumonia and Consumption. Try
I it. Its guurautced by .1. T. Douglas,
\ Trial bettie lice. Reg, sizee? 50e., $ 1,00.
-New Line Embroideries and
Laces, at the
C. B. Crosland Co.
Our Town Oorvernment.
MAYOR-P. A. Hodges
ALDERMEN-J. Frank Breeden, C. S.
Chaffin, A. G. Sinclair, W. W. Pata.
CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc
Laurin. Office open daily.
1-?AUCE- J. F. David, II. C. Harper.
Marlboro Couih?y Officers.
SHERIFF-J. B. GreAo
CLERIC OF CLERK-J. A. Drake
JUIKIK OF PROBATE-VM. McLaarin
CORONER-C. V. Covington
SUPERVISOR-M. E. Coward
SUPT. K-DUCATION-W. 1vI. Stautoa
TRKASURKR-J - H. Thomas
Aunrrou-Ghas. I. Sherhill.
SENATOR-Chas. S. MdCaliJ.
REPRESENTATIVES-D. D. ?McColl, Jr.
J. P. Bunch, Welcome QutoV^
MAOISTAIES-C. D. Easterl'W, T. L.
ll. h. McLaurin, McColl
John A. Gulhoun. Clio,
W. J. Atkinson. Rlenbeim,3
D. D. Stubbs, BrightsvUle, ?
W. W. Irby, Smithville. . "1
Bennetts ville Church Directory
METHODIST-T. E. MORRIS. <P. C.
Sunday school 3.SO p. m. Preaching al
ll 00 a. m. and7.30 p.m. Prayer,meet
ing Wednesday evening at 8.00 o'elook.
Superintendent Sunday school, Phil. A.
BAPTIST-Rev. Rufus Ford, (Pastor
Sunday school at 10.00. Preaching San
day ut 11.00 a. m., and 7.30 p. m. \ Prayoi
meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
Superintendent ol' Sunday sohoob H. V*
PRESBYTERIAN-Bunyan McLeod Ph
D., Pastor. Services every Sabbatl.
(summer) ll a. tn. and 8 p. m.: (wiater
11 a. m. and 7.30 p. tn- Prayer meeting
Thursday 5 m Seals free. Stranger
cordially int hool evor;
Sunday 10 0 lent, J. I
Dudley. A ?dren mud
at 11 a. ru
H . Hinda
Col. R. C. McIntyre has been
visiting his brother in Marion
Messrs T. M. Webster and Ira
Bounds spent Wednesday in Col
Mr. Redfern of the Charlotte
Evening News was in town Wed
day and called
Mr. Luther Bundy of Hebron
was up Monday. No special news
in his section
Rev. Bunyan McLeod has
been invited to Boston and will
spend July there.
Mr. D. J. McDaniel of Beauty
Spot was down Saturday. Crops
are improving daily
Senator McCall has a tine herd
of cattle and by next fall will bo
able to help the needy
Mr. Gillam Beard, recently
with the Marble Works here has
gone to Columbia to work
Miss Nelora McCall, who has
been spending some time in Balti
more, has returned home
Miss Minnie Ashford, of Kings
ton, N. C., is here'visiting her
old friend Mrs. Mary Faison
Mrs, Ernest Covington, who
has been on a visit to her father
near Mayesyille, has returned
Mr W. M. Dees of Parnassus
wae up Saturday. No special
news. Crops generally are look
Mr. J. T. Whittaker of Par
nassus was up yesterday und
called. Ho reports showers and
Mr. W. F. Driggers of Red
Hill was up Friday. He says
crops are looking well and every
Miss Margaret Isabel Henegan
Df Blenheim graduates this week
it the college for Women in Col
We are pleased to note that
Mr Monroe Whittington is able
to be back at his post at the
Sheri i?'s ofiiou
Mrs. Sallie Mathews and child
ren of Wilmington are hero on a
visit to her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. S. F. Powers
Mr. W. J. Covington of Hebron
was up Monday. He has the finest
corn and cabbage in his section
he uses Weatherly's 8, 1 4.
Prof. E A Montgomery, who
has managed Tatum HighSceool
for '2 years left this morning for
home. He will not come back.
Mrs. J. J. Pearson of Darling
ton came over Saturday night lo
spend a few days with hoi-par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hardcu
Rev. and Mrs. Rufus Ford
spent Sunday at Gaffney, where
theil.* ? gV?t?rs1 Misses Lois and
lSut.it i\] (j wl?ate Ulis weeh
from 1 esteno College
Mr. mes S. Liles, thodj?cfoj
garde of Bvb;!?rVvUlo ' 'w.is
dov.'*.- Jay with! spine iii .:. > ab
bago . . r?memi?ei'?d the editor.
He will have onions and potatoes
Mr. Alvi C. Newton of Burnt
Factory was in town Monday.
Crops are needing rain with him
but he is eating beans, potatoes
Mr. H. T, Coward, of Mississ
ippi, who is visiting her hus
band's relatives in Marlboro, hus
been spending several days with
the Misses Coward in Bennetts
Mr. R. J. McCarloy, Sr., of
Mississippi has been spending a
few days with his son. now mana
ger of the Bennettsville Stock
Exchange. He says we have a
I Rev. Pierce Kilgo, of the Dar
lington Methodist ch arch was in
town Saturday on his way to
Tainui, where he preached the
commencement sermon Sunday
for the Marlboro High School
Mr. W. J Hanna, for many
years Clerk of Court for Chester
field" county and now agent for
the Cheraw and Lancaster Rail
road at Chesterfield, spent Fri
day in our town the guest ol' Mr.
J. W. McElwee
fcjr The demand in the South is for
competent 'V?ite Barbers-MeLen
don Bros meet this denium!.
Mr. C. S. McCall represen bs
some good companies and will
give you all needed infarmation.
Read his anvertieement in other
J. M. Jackson still
has some Fertilizer and
Kainit for sale.
GENERALLY, the purl ii
shoes that piaches is the price, An
inspection of our stock will talc
away this lear.
STU a uss & Co.
Minto y mini: AKIUH
' One ni' Dr. King's New Life Pill
.[each iiiiilu fur two weeks hus put me ii
, my "teens again" writes 1). A. Turn?
nf Deuipsevtowu, Pa. They're the best ii
the world l'or hiver, Stoiiiaehe and
, Uowi-ls, I'uielv vegetable. Never inipr
. Only 25u ut .J. T. Douglas* Dru? Sture.
: Htir.se? Do (?et Sick.
When a horses and mules are poo
it is not always and indication that the
do not get enough to eat. Many ani
j mais, just like human heings, have in
\ digestion or the system is all run dow
J and a tonic is needed, lt is not the a
. mount ol lood eaten that makes muscl
and lat. More depands upon the prop
er digestion or assimilation ol the loo
j than ts commonly supposed. Nothin;
has yet been discovered that will hud
up a horse or mule better than Asl
cralt's Condition Powders, the ont
5 remedy in its class sold under a gum
T antee. Ask Mr. Smith Newton, bei
7 nettsville, tor it-the kiud put up in do?
os. And McColl Drug Co.. McColi, ,l
TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS.
- Next Monday is salesday
- Oats aro ripening fast
- Have not heard of a grassy
crop this May
- Mr. J. P. Bolton can supply
you with choice honey
Mr. T. M. Webster is selling
some lino irish potatoes
- Mr. Dewitt Weatherly had
? some fine Irish potatoes in mar
1 ket Saturday
- "Charlie's Aunt" went to
Clio Mouday night and received
a hearty reception
- The low price of $1.50 to
Columbia and return carried two
coaches well filled Wednesday
- Tho personal estate of Jack
son Stubbs was sold on Thursday
last and brought high prices
- Jakoy says that picnic last
week was neither a bear or bare
picnic, but a "fish dinner" with
plenty of "beer"
- Mr. D. J. Easterling hada
fine mule badly cut up with a
knife one night last week by
some enemy of his
- An excursion train of 3
coaches came over from Chester
field Friday pretty well filled
with colored folks
- Lawrence Sellers, the color
ed man. who was severly cut on
thc 21st, with a shoe knife in tho
neck is able to get out again. Ed
Purvis!, the colored man who did
it has not yet boon caught
$3r Patronize and use your in
llueuce for McLeudon Bros White
barber Shop and soon you will have
the best shop in the State.
- -Got a bottle of Harris Lithia
Gingerale for sale at E. Power's
- Weatherly's Big Depart
ment Store want's your attention
St?f" Artistic, neat, modem are the
correct terms for McLendou Bros, the
White barber Shop
- The Baptist parsonage lot
at Blenheim is offered for salo
See notice elsewhere.
- Read Bennett & Coving ton's
ad about Organs, Pianos and
- Teachers who expect to at
tend tiie summer schools can get
all tho information they want
from Supt W. L. Stautou, as to
studies, board, &c.
-Fresh home ground meal al
ways on band at Claud Moore's.
Pie peaches 10c per can or two
for 25cts at Claud Moore's.
- If you want to look well and
feel s;ood all the time, get your
clothing at C. S. McCall's
- - A party from Cheraw hadria
picnic at Dudley's mill Tuesday,
abd iii Ute aflioi'hfj'jt! caine to Tieri
iii t-ts> illa to talco iii tho MI? hts.
I-i- if''you waut your oufl'? and
Solars hicely laundered carry
them io Claud Mooro'! who n
iibv agent for the Wilmington
-Social tea, boclock tea cakes
and pound cake are frosh aud
nice at Claud Moore's.
- Have you seen those new
articles of Furniture at Mr.
ESE?" 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,
Pears, and Pig's Feet at Claud
U?>~ Pipes and Smokers Supplies in
endless variety can be found at J. T
Douglas it Bro.
Cheraw lias gone back into the
base ball business.
Rewards Will Catch Him.
Governor Haywood offers a re
ward of two hundred dollars for
tho capture of Tom Higbtowor,
tho colored man who recently
murdered his wife near Tatum.
They say his people live near
Rockingham ana sharp detectives
may yet locate him, unless ho goes
to Now Je ray or Ohio.
-- Upto-date line of Ladies
Shirt Waist Suits at the
C. B. Crosland Co.
ile ter secure your needs in Mat?
lines while they aro going so low at Wad
dill it Sun, none better in town. The
ennui good are boiug sold in Bjnnttsville
at li oin ft to 8 ctn per yard higher. Will
show invoices in proof. See ulso their
A Startling ToBt
To Sate a life, Dr. T G. Merritt, ol
No, Mk-ho'ipany, Pa., made a startling
test resulting in a wonderful cure. Ile
write?, "a patient was attaeked with vio
lent hemorrhages, caused by ulceration ot
i bc stomach. I had often found Electric
Futters excellent for acute stomach and
liver trouble." so I prescribed them. The
patient gained from the first, and has not
had au attack in -I months." Electric Bil
lers are positively guaranteed lor Dvs
pepsin, indigestion, Constipation anil
Kidney troubles. Try Them. Duly 50c
al ?LT. Douglas, Druggist.
L''Hrn to hide your troubles, Youi
friend has troubles of bis own to hide,
liel|? bim by example. This is good ad>
vic.:, but wbeii a man wakes in thc
morning willi a raging, nplitting head
ache, not enough energy to get up. con
stipated, bad taste in the mouth, tired
leg?, it's not advice that a man needs
its a good dose ol'Dr. King's Blood ami
Livor Pills. Purity the blood and scud
it bounding. co'ir.Miig through the veins
and make ibo liver live. No purging
griping or nauseating. i?5e box at al
NOTICIO TO CREDITORS.
OTIC? is hereby given to all th?
creditors ol' the estate ot II AK ni:
PATE, deceased, that t'ney must rende
an account ol their demands against sail
estate duly attested to the undersigned
1). IC STANTON, Executo
Bcnnettsville, S, C., May to, 1004.
Preach i DR Sunday morning nt Picubyterj
ian oburoh at ti and io iho evening at 8.30
Subject for the evening's discourt?, "The
Slavery of Sin,
Tb? sr mini meeting of the South Caro
lina Conference W. F. M. Society will tx*
held in Bennettavillo beginning Wednesday
Juue 29 and cloning July 4. Bishop Wiltoo
Tho ''Children-.' Day" exercises at tho
Methodist obarob Sunday afternoon were
inter cati cg. A good attendance soemed to
inspire the obildren and they acquitted
-faQmselves well. Tho collection was near
ROT, E. P. Taylor, P. E., hali the sec
ond quarter ly coaf cronco tor the Station J
Saturday night. He preached Sunday
morning at Zioa and returned to Donnotts
ville and took part ia the union servioss at |
the Presbyterian church Sunday bight.
The union services at the Presbyterian
courcb Sunday night were mado very inter?
esting by the presence of three Methodist
preachers-Rev. E. P. Taylor, P. E.,
Marion District, Ber. P. F. Kilgo, of Dur
llngtou and Rev. T. E. Morris of Bennetts- j
ville Station. Rev. Dr, McLeod presided, j
Revs Morris and Taylor, invoked the divine
blessings. Rev. Kilgo preached (rom tbn |
text found in the 78th Psalm, VCau G jd
lu rn iah a tablo ia tim Wilderness.''
Dr. Banyan McLeod's promised sermon
ou "can Emersion bs fouud in tho New
Testament" was delivered Sunday morning
ia tho Presbyterian church, ne took for
his text verses 7 und ti of the 17th Chap*
ter ot Genesis This sermoa was delivered
entirely for the |,cnctit of his own congre
gation and Bot for getting up a controver
sy. Wo did Dot hear it, but was told by j
many who did that it ?os logics!, pointed,
impressive and free from slurs.
The Epworth League Prayer meeting
is held every Wednesday evoning ia the
Sunday tchool room of the Methodist
church at 8 o'clock. The pablio invited.
Tho hour for evening services at the
churches is now 8.30 o'clock.
Prayer meeting at the Baptist church j
ovory Thursday ovoaiog at 8 30.
Prayer meeting at tho Mothodivt church
every Wedoesday at 8.30 p. m.
Prayer meetiug at Presbyterian church !
Thurbday oveuintr at 8 30.
The hour for Sunday Hchoul at thc j
Methodist church baa boen obsuged tu J
S.co o'clock in the afternoon. . ,
J i i
WW0 Just arrived a fine assort
mont, now shapes in Ladies Huts
Plowers &c, at the
C. B Crosland Co.
J. M. Jackson still!
lias some Fertilizer and
Kainit for sale.
B?r* While being served at the
Whi e barber's Simp-McLendon
Bros- ou will be kept cool with
electric fans already installed.
TICKLERS of every man's
1 v .ttcr*ifl iii
nw spring und summer showing ?"d'
SuitSrj linties $250 ar.d up; Clive
uri ? w?R, ._
S WAUBS ft Ocv
cent White barbers-no. cigarette or
anything offensive ta the most lastid
Royal Baking Powders at
W. M. Rowe's.
Don't You Love Flowers?
It so, and you want some pretty
pots of all sizes in which to place
them, call at the Hardware store
md you can be suited.
tSP?" Read every page,
Yes, read every line,
For by this gauge
lt may pay tor time.
Prepared for thu Work.
Mr. S .1 Pearson, the Jeweler, hup
now one ot thu lotest improvement*
for i-tigraviug your natue ur initial?
on any urtie'e of gold or silver or
plate in the tuo.-t np?to i\n'e inannor
The samples nf work nlmuly thine hy
him ure just line. Cali ami see him.
FOR S A
THE BAPTIST PARSONAGE LOT and
DWELLING containing nhuut (2) two
acrcH of land, emt rally located in desirable
part of Town of Blonheun.
Apply to tho undersigned for partiularH
W. B DRAKE,
May 18, 1904 Wm. EVANS.
Ato Everything In Sight
Dr. Kind's Chill and Fever Tonio is.
with out a doubt, the l>e-t uiediciue 1
have over found for chills. All inj
family were i.i poore health last furn
mer, and after several oiher chill tonie?
lind failed, tried Dr. King's, atid in 1
very few days we were all better, eating
everything in si^ht
S. N. McCOKKLK.
Sold by all Druggist*.
FAMILY MILEAGE! TICKET
Goon IN SOUTH CAROLINA NOV
SOLO BY SEABOARD AIR LINK
Commencing march 25th, thc
Seaboard Air Line, Railway, ii
compliance with the new law, havt
on sale 1000 mile family tickets
good for the use of the immediati
members ol one family, hetweei
stations within tho Stato of Soutl
Carolina on tho line of the Sea
board Air Line Railway. Thesi
tickets are sold at $25,00 and art
limited to one year from dato o
The popular Intorchangeablt
book, good over 25 different lines
will continue on sale under sam
conditions as berotofore.
For further information appl;
to Seaboard agents, or adores
Jos. W. Stewart Trav. PaBS. Agon
Columbia S. 0.
Tlie Russel Wagons.
Mr. P. A. Hodges is opening a cn
of these durable wagons-one an
two-bone, every one ot them guatai
teed against any defect iu inatei h
We want t? see our Friends on
the Subject of MID-SUMMER
APPAREL. We are fixed for
til em in each department.
Lets look at the WHITE and COLORED WASH GOODS.
Some ?e.w tilinga in them, and a pretty line of LACES and
E. Bu? >t.l)ERIES to trim Hiern np with.
Now fte getting Hot, and we must fix ourselves. We help
ali to dp so. -'oine, let us make you comfortable!
QUEEN QUALITY and DREW SELBY'S SHOES for
fo dornen. The best shoes made. HANAN & SON and
K iv(1 v "QUERO RS for Men-the best made.
New Balto and Neckwear, Hosiery and Fans
bo keep you cool.
M MER CLOTHING.
Swellest line of Summer Two Piece Suits that's made-Any
Uindj any price.
A E ? EAR. This is our long looked for Midsummer
M,i. ....-:>! Tl
y are moving, ge-t in with the crowd.
rc the season will close, and we are anxious lo
su ive us a chance and we will convince you that
HS TRULY, \
& . OLP KKLLYBLE.
?:L_-?? i . . I m
! ffSaKWi! will -,
. s a,
r The Next Two Months
1 our Stock AT SPECIAL LOW PRICES. Wc have *
LINE jn Furniture,
? juices on some leading articles:
VTTR?SS $1 55, former prier 2 00
" 1 9S. foi mur price 2 50
" 4 85, former price ti Ol)
e " 7 50. former price IO IM
.,?di? " y 00. former price 12 50
le Pelt Mutit?s* 113 00. ft roier price IS 00
Folding Springs 1 ?O former pt ?co 2 ;>o
1 75, former price 2 50
. ADS. 2 50, form <r prie J 3 50
ill Ni 1 liDS. 5 50. former prire 7 50
Pi t Iron Bed? 'J ?li), former price 12 50
Table!? 5 Feet ;l 50. former price 4 50
Tables G Feet 3X5, ft? mer price 5 00
Table* 8 Fem 5 00 former pi iee G 50
Table? 10 Fee- li 25. former price 7 25
. Soli? Bottom 37?. former price 45:
?iii Onie Rocker* u5o, former price I 25
have a Pretty line of Matting ut Cost.
'ill stock ut priceR that will make you buy, if youj
i ?og anything. Our prices are "eyeopeners."
O OME AND SEE US.
W. Waddill & Son.
dorm the Public that I represent some Ol
v FIRE INSURANCE Companies
Orld. Liberal as to Terms and Rates.
1904. JNO. S. MOORE.
IN SUPPLY YOUR WAITS.
:0 WORRY, BUT COME RIGHT ON TO
I3F1 YOU "W-A.KTT
ods, Clothing, Snoes, Notions
And Fancy Groceries.
Vater Ground MEAL and H OM nc Y a specialty.
1 Hue in each Department and will fill your Wants in each
AT THE LOWEST PRICKS.
to Town call and see IH. Pelions orders in town deb vert
ud satisfaction guaranteed.
.e us -Near Douglas1 Drug Store.
WP HAVE THESE G 001
eau give you LOW Pit
See U3 before buj'iug.
March 3, 1904.
fcJR. R F. SniJLTZ HAVING Cl
Iv I have arranged to keep a supply c
(JAKES of his splendid .mako ut mj
Trade. Shipments received fresh three
daily aa wanted by customer.-'. I guan
March 3, 1904
8 " ILO
The Clothes i
See the mew
February 26, 1904,
Makes poor horses a
does this by first th
all impurities, allow
thereby creating soli
Horses and mule
after the first few d<
coat is always sleek
without "filler," and
It is a most powerf
formulae of a practical veterinaria!
experience. It is easily the forer
American market to-day. Price 25
For sale by SMITH
CHANGE OF 8t'HEl)l L?
i i i. v i io.*, un Air Line RA? r.w A. v.
The Seaboard;Air dirie Ry soho/?-1
.do was changed on January 10th. j
l rleave Cberaw, S. G., ns follows;
Northbound No 66 nt 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 Benupltsville and Uheraw R.
lt., leaving Benuettsville at 6. 45 a.
m , connect with No 66 and No 57.
Th? afternoon tiain leaving Buu
neltsvillu nt 4 p. m. gives Bennetts
vide people au opportunity lo take
tiuins No 50 and No 27.
0LIO NOVELTY !
THE Bu.-ines? recently known as thc
CLIO NOVELTY MANUFOTU
.ilMG CO.. will hereafter be known as
HIE CLIO NOVELTY MANUKAC
rURING WORKS, with .P. II. 1VEY
ole owner and director.
Thu latest improved wood working
machines are being placed tor do'iug all
Liuds of Novelty work for builders usc at
Mr. P.A. Hodges is agent at lleuuctts
viii.? and will take your order.--.
Oot 23. 1903.
PURE BRED BUFF ROCKS.
Thrifty, Keliablo and Profitable.
The Bun" Plymouth Rock' is the fow
tor tirolit. The time tor setting tor the
Spring brood is near at hand and to get
.ggs so as to have them ready when the
'season opens, you should place orders at
once and state date ol delivery.
Setting ol 15 Eg?s $1.50
?. A. COVINGTON,
Jan 5, 1904. Gibson, N. C.
Directory of Bemicttsville Lodges
CONSOLIDATED LODOE NO. 15, K. ol
P., meets every second and fourth Mon
day nights ut 7.30 o'clock.
J. T. Dudley, C. 0.
O, 1). Eastcrling. IC of lt. & S.
MARLBOno LODGE No. 88, meets at
Beunettsvillo, Friday evening,, on or bc>
fore each lull moon at 8 o'clock.
J. F. Kinney, W. M.
H. E. Stockton, Secretary.
County Masonic Directory.
M AKl.IIOUO CHAPTER No. 30 lt. A
M., meet:! at BonDCttsvillc ou the soeoni
Pridoy of each month,
J. P. Kinney, H P,
II, E. Stockton, Secretary.
EUREKA LODGE NO: 43, A. F. M.
meets at MeColl, each Saturday after
noon, before the full moon,at 4 o'clock.
AURORA LODOE No. 33, A. F. M.
meats at Clio. Saturday on or after caa]
full moon at 3 o'clock, p. m.
TD. II. Everett, W. M.
?JJ. E. MoLsod, Secretary, j
AVlNQ secured tho services of 1
good man, 1 am prepared to pu
down and pull un pumps. S&titifitotioi
guaranteed. Orders len nt either Huid
ware atoro will bu promptly attended to.
. mob- 12, 1903. P. 0. Kmnuucl ?
)8, bought by Ibo ear load and
LD ind ROLLS
LS A WEEK. -
.03ED HTS I) AK Ki RY UK KB; I
ir* FRESH BREAD, ROLLS AND
r Store for Lilts iicconmiodntitin of tn?
time? si week, n nd oriler* cn ii he lilied
luteo prompt BlTvioo.
W. M. K.?WE.
nd mules fat without bloating:. It
oroughly cleansing the system of
ing perfect assimilation ot food,
d muscle and Eat.
s improve in appetite and spirits
ases, thc hair sheds, and thc new
ion Powders arc packed in doses,
good for horses and mules only,
ul tonic and appetizer, being the
i of over a quarter of a century's
nost remedy in its class on the
NEWTON, Beimettsville, S. C
, 00 N'lrCoil ? 0
ii. li mi Vffr ?) Ns
riant.! . iatlnnai i ait* lti)iliiing^
Practice in State and Federal Courts,
Attorney tor Hie I'lahlers National Hank
and Union Savings i; mk,
BENNKTTSVILLU, -S". CA.
DUDLEY & WAIT,"
ATL'Ol?XEV?j Al' ?'Aff,';???^
BBNNETT?S\ LLLE. S C.
IA* W. BOUCHIER,
Jt e Attorney at Law,
Bennc?Hville, S. 0.
Office un Darlington street near Costa
Telegraph office. January, IKDy.
ILTON Mob AU KIN,
Attorney tit Law and
Ollie? in Court IfuiiKO.
E. C. MORIHSOlSr,
Electrician . - Machinist,
BON 57 l'l.< ?UKNt ll, s. C. JU
Contractor \'?v Kl cii?cal work and dealer
in Electrical Mipplics. liol Air I'nnip
ing Engines anil '??! E?. iv ".".><i
Pipe* lulling mid
August 20, I?0
again.-1 loss lr) lire, iva les iciiw ii*
able i i host ni CJ iiiipnnien. Call on
br address lofliee over National Pank)
A. J. BRISTOW, A gt.
"en netts ville, S C
!n 11 AT yon eau A L\V A'S S FI N II ;,t
X Thc C0RNE1! (U?H'HK.? a Full
.tue of choice
. Fruit, vt!^: Labi?s,
Also a nice linn ul Xl It >KS, UNDER
VEAU, ?nd NOTIONS.
Our Table (I.i.- uro always Fresh.
Give tis ? ?AL?i,
C. B. HU UH AHO,
Cor Darlingt?n and ('In-raw sis.
BennoltbVillo, S. C?^"
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