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S. A, BliOWK - - - Editor
E'ridav, June 10,19r4.
PEN AND SCISSOR GRAPHS
Marion county lias begun work oii
a new jail.
Last week a gontlemen wa? hold up
on the street ami robbed of $7 over iu
Rockingham. The parly who did it
is now in jail.
The Virginia Carolina com
Eany has increased its capital
y ?8,000,000 making $58,000,
One night last week a lady passen
ger on the Bennettaville train had her ?
purse suatchcd from her band while
th? train was stopping at Darlington.
The young white man who did it was
a lad who had run away from bia par
ents in the city of Charleston. That
boy shou'.d go at once to the Reforma
tory and be taught how to live.
Marlboro Hiern School.
Whereas the Marlboro High School
ii now closing one of the most succ?s
ful years in its history and whereas
this euccess is due largely to thc ear
nest faithful ol?orts of our highly es
teemed faculty Mr. Montgomery.
Misses Michaux, Kasterling and Ham
er who we believe have endeavored
at all times to give to our children
the best possible, training of both mind
and heart, therefore bi-, it resolved by
the trustees und patrons of our school
lat. That we do hereby publicly ex
press our high appreciation of the
faithful and efficient services rendered
hy our '(achers during the Behool
year now closing.
2nd. That wo extend tv) each ami
ever}* one of them our heartfelt thanks
for the intellectual and moral train
log they have given and lite Chris
lian influence I li ey have exerted upon
the children placed under their cate
.'?rd. That sh: ubi thc consecrated
teachers leave us for other liohls <>'
labor, they will lie followed hy oin
best wi?bes fer their future felice .-s
4th. Th t Ibo secretary >f nu
hoard of trustees be instruct) ' . I tl r
nish to each of our teachers .> copy ot
these resolutions and a copy ? iso l
the Marlboro Democrat and Pee De?
Advocate for publication
Tinstes and Patrons
of Marlboro High School
Tatum, S. C .? une, U l.
DOTS FROM BETHEL,
boro but uow of Lumber Bridge, N. C , has
beon apending saine timo with frienda uuJ
relatives ut her uld home in upper Bethel
but returned homo on Friday last. Wo
wero glad to have her ?ti our m I dot again,
md t^o see her looking NO well. Como nguiu
y-'Mra. Thud S; tibbs of Brighcsville who
'haH been upending some Lime willi her
father Mr. X. P. Bundy, Ima returned
to her home.
Mies Nellie bundy is spending Home
time with her cousin Mina Lutie bundy.
Mr. J. M. Cit nen ii on tho Hick Hut at
thia writing Hope he will be out again
I will close.
June 6, 04. U. .md I.
Good Seed 011 Stony Ground.
A writer in Lippincott's tells
ol' a yoong teacher who Barl r*?
why?" brought forth the follow
ing astonishing replies: "An
drew Jackson, because he whip
ped the British willi an old
Grant, who was elected Presi
dent twice und around Lhe
world once." "1 like monroe foi*
doctor-in' the people, and .lack
son, standing on a stone wall,
and fell dead," "Lincoln, who
was shot and killed standing in
a booth, and died saying, '.Jef
ferson survives, 1 am conten
ted." "DeSoto, who waded itt
the Mississippi iij> lo his elbows,
and there lound his grave."
"Old (General Putnam, who left
Iiis ox and ass in the field and
went and beal the British."
"The redoubtfnl ".lohn Paul
Jones, because he said: 'We'll
beat them British or bust.' and
then did it"
Stopping hy tho roadside tho
good man engaged in conversation
with tho barefooted boy who had
been endeavoring to shin un tho
apple tren. "Toll me, my child,"
said tho good niau, "whether you
ever go io Sunday School?"
"Sometimes, when they ain't no
use goin' fishing'.'' "Ah. is your
mother a regular communicant in
any church?" "No. Sho's a Bap
tist/' "Um. rs your lather load
ing a Ohristinn lifo?" -'Not just
now. That's him down in the
field there leadin' that red hull."
Visitor-Does mamma give,
you anything for being a good;
boy? Tommy-No, minn: she'
gives if fd me when ? ain'f.
The Summer Sohool at Hartsvilie.
For Teachers of the Pee Dee.
Wc have not room to give the entire
progtam of work cut out tor the summer
school to be held at Hartsvilie from-June
29. to Inly 26., but all who purpose
going, and it ts hoped every one in Marl
boro wii! attend, can get (rom Superin
tendent Stanton all the intormation de?
Great care has been exercised in the
selection of thc best help in all depart
ments, and pro!. Gaines has arranged
lo give board lor $12 lor the four weeks
To break the monotony ot hard study
1'rot Gaines has arranged a tine pro
gram tor outside pleasure.
Now, let one and all get ready to spend
these tour weeks at Hartsvilie not only
pleasantly but with profit to your pro
Kerosene For Gleaning.
The cleaning properties of ker
osene are not generally recogni
Nothing makes a kitchen cub
board more attractive than gleam
A few drops of kerosene will
accomplish this. Soap and wat
er will remove the oil, and the
odor will soon disappear. There
is nothing like kerosene to make
the wash basin shine.
It is effective as a furniture pol
iah. Muhogany eau he freed
from that blue, smoky film b)
the use of a few drops ct oil mix
ed with a little water. Carved
furniture, which defies the dual
cloth, lo made as attractive af
new by brushing it with a soil
hairbrush dipped in kero8ene.
For removing stains and spoti
from lavatory basin and bathtul
kerosene cannot he equalled.
Table oilcloths or the linoleum
on the kitchen floor can be kep
fresher and cleaner with oil thai
with soap and water.
A few drops of oil will do mud
towards starting particles of dus
from machinery. If a clock is t<
he cleaned it can he done effec
ti vc ly by placeing in the lowe:
part a cloth saturated with kero
sene. The bits of dirt and parti
oles of dust will be loosened by tht
vapor and will drop down ant
can ho removed.
Purify jars by soaking them it
strong soda water.
Good furuiiuro polish ia mndt
of one-third turpentine aud two
?bird* r?.t -1'
. isl. ? tuihogany dining ta
b - i h ? pieu ' : tl ?ri ucl Upoti
w unllt?t vais ine been pour
T kitchen ?tove nicely
rai ''t'->. -r. bo4ate of aud:
With hrb'lr rlnof ?rvJ VT ..
_?. I lier
Powdered rico sprinkled ii pot
.. i appin tl to tr ssh wo iud? '.a aa ii:
0 ' ? . .... checking Ive tao r
toieu over a dying fire is bettet
than keroeene, and has no elem
ents of danger.
Public speakers aud many no
ted singers use a wash of salt and
water before and after using the
voice, as it strentghens the organs
of tho throat.
To polish cow-horns, boil them
till the inside can be removed,
When dry, scrape with glass and
rub down with powdered pumice
stone and liuseed oil.
Windows may be cleaned tc
look much brighter, and to stay
clean much longer, if alcohol is
used instead of water. A acha
tnois skin ia much better than a
cloth, even if water ia employed.
That Throbbing ll end nc li o
Would quickly leave you, if you need
Dr. King's New Life Pilla. Thousands of
Hiilft-rcrH have proved tl wit matchless inorit
for Sii:k ?nd Nervous Ifoadachcs. Thoy
mike miro blood and build up your hoalth.
bily 25 ce it?, money back if not cured.
uld by J. T. Douglas, Druggist.
H?S"" loo two piece Flannels
Suits for Gents & Boys, at the
C. B. Crosland Co
N 15\V SONGS and sheet music
lor sale at low prices, also Pianos,
Organs, and Musical Instruments
d'all mscriptiotifij get our prices
uni easy terms. Old Instruments
I st ken in exchange.
STRAUSS & Co.
Letters addressed to the following named
icraona romain unuiilli'd for at tho pout
lillee in liennottsville :
Rabatt O Nen!, Bau) Sce.il, W M. Clod
vin, Afthury Jacob?, Morgan Oall, Eddio
Visitor-Do you have any
liilioiilty in getting servants?
iVe've had len different ones in
lie last month!- - Punch.
Teacher-What aro tlie three
Pupil- Ile she and it.
'reacher-Give an example of
Pupil -Husband, wife and
iaby.-New York Sun.
"Willie," said his mother, "I
ish you would run across tho
Licet and see how old Mrs. Brown
i this morning."
A few minutes later Wiilio re
irr.ed and reported: "Mrs. Brown
tys it'd none of yo ur business how
d site is."-Chicago Nowa.
Do you seo the' point in tl\ia, ami
c yon nd diet AM to the habit?
TOWN OF BENNETTSVILLE, S G.
; Year En?ing April 1905.
An Ordinance ior the purpose ol raising
funds to pay current expenses and ex
isting indebtedness of the Town o.
Hen net ts ville S. C., by. requiring the
payment of License Tax for' the year
1904 by persons or corporations en'
gaged or intending to engage in any
calling, business, occupation or pro
fession, in whole or in patt, in said
Town as may herein be specilied, and
to provide a penalty lor negrect cr re
lusal to pay such License Tax;
Whereas, the present revenue ot the
Town ot Bennettsville from the taxation
ol property, and other sources, is inade
quate to pay ail ot thc current expense?
and demand obligations of the Town and
Whereas, by act ot the General As
sembly ot South Carolina, the cities and
towns ol said state, are authorized an
nually to require the payment of sucli
reasonable sum or sums of money as n
License Tax. by any person or persons
or corporation engaged or intending tc
eigage in any calling, business or occu
pation in whole or part within the said
cities or towns in said state, except min
isters ol the gospel and teachers, and tc
pass such Ordinances as are necessary
io cary the provisions ot thc said ac!
Now, therefore, in pursuance ol th?
power thus granted to us and tor thc
purpose ol increasing the revenue ot tin
Town to a sufficient amount.
Be it ordained by the Mayor and al
derman ol the town of Bennettsville and
by authority ol the same.
SECTION I. That any person or person:
or corporations engaged in any calling
business profession cr occupation, ir
whole or in part, within the limits ol tl <
Town ot B< nuettsville, as may hereattei
t be specifieJ. shall .obtain on or -beton
1 the 1st dr.y of July 1004 a license there
k ior in the manher hereinafter prcscri
bed. Any person or persons dr corpor
ation commencing or intendsng to com
? menee business in said Town on or alte
) the ist day of May 1904. shall in hk<
manner obtain a license therefor, befon
entering upon such calling, business
protession or occupations, as arc herein
* alter specified. " .
1 SEC II, That any person or person:
or corporation engaged in or intending
l to engage in any calling, business, pro
* ?ession or occupation for which a Itcensi
is required, shall apply to the Cleik anc
Treasurer of* the Town of Bennettsvilh
" tor the same by whom all such license:
r shall be issued, and shall at the time o
applying make and sign a written state
ment and Ide it with the said Clerk ant
Treasurer setting forth.
1st His her or its name or style, aiu
I in case ol a tirm or compady, the name:
of the several persons constituting suet
firm or company.
2d Thc calling business, professioi
or occu ation foi which license is requit'
] 3d The place where such calling, bus
incas protession or occupation is to ht
* Whereupon the Clerk- and Treasurei
. shad, upon pay meit ot the proper tax
is^ue the reuuired license Nothing here
I ia contained shad th inv manner efl*.
any other requirement ol law elscwnco
( enacted br ordained in regard to an)
c liing. busi ion or occupa
-d7' t. i . 'ior persons 01
corporation N,. ,e or carry 01
lg, I isi ' ilession or oe
* I cuoation. for tim exercise, carryihfy nn
"? ?Ol' doing bl which i< i;C'.n> is rVqutret
l y tho. .. d.o..uci - lOr :v11/ jakviig ..qut?'?H
.;[ license^ then ..oe 1 person ,?t pei 01
i j corporation shall, iii or) to. .the li
i j? .?.!$(? n.t. j.'- slit _.*.'' tt-. .-. ii -o.;, ?.y ni t-wgii
'rt) ,'bi'ccu. if vht: amoiiOj' ol'sitc'ti licensi
j tax; which lax and periaiity ?Brill l e rc;
I covered in; the manner, !?:..? i'm aA.ce pie
p corporation required so .'to-do by the
. terms ol this ordinance shnl reluse or
negrsct to make out and ( e iver to thc
Clerk and Treasurer of tue Town ot
. Bennettsville on or before the time here
i in required the statement provided tor
by Section 11 ol this Ordinance, or shall
! make a fatse statement or shall ret?se tc
I take and subscribe an oath or affirma
lion as io the truth of such statement, ot
any part thereof, or from any cause shall
I tail to make such statement, c r shall ta I
to take out such license as may be re
quired by this ordinance, the said Clerk
and Treasurer shall report the case tc
' the Mayor, who shall proceed 10 ascer
tain as nearly as possible the business ol
such person or persons or corporation,
1 tor which he she. they or il may bc lia
ble to a lecense lax therelor, and in case
I of default, for the purpose o! such inves
tigation the said Clerk and Treasurer
shall notily the person persons or corpor
' ation in default to appear bet?re the
Mayor at his oflice at a time stated in
said notice and also such other person
'or persons as said Clerk and Treasurer
may desire to examine, anil thc party
sought to be charged with said license
tax, if he shall attend, together with any
withess called as atoresaid. shall be ex
amined by the Mayor under oalh or
affirmation touching the nature of the
business of such party and ever) thing
which may evince the amount ct lieei se
tax lor which such party shall be liable.
Fro n the information titus acquired thc
the Mayor shall lind and assess the a?
mount ol license tax due by such party
whether he, she or it may have attended
the investigation or not and shall add
theieto a.penahy ol 20 percent thereof;
and should such license tax and penally
he not p ?d within ten days thereafter,
the saio Clerk and Treasurer shall issue
an execution therefor under his hand and
the seal ol the Town ol Bennettsville di
recltd to the Sherill ol Marlboro County
in said State, and thc said Sheriff shall
proceed to coll ct the ta;d license tax
.ind penalty l y evy and s le ol real anil
personal property as now provided by
law tor the collection ol taxis together
with an additional live per cent ol tin
whole amount which shall be the Sher
iff s compensation tor making such col
lection in addition to one dollar lor mak
ing such levy, which shall 1>- paid by thc
delinquent w ithout entry or mileage fees;
Provided, however, that any person or
corporation shall have the right to ap
peal to tlieTown Council ol Bennettsville
motice ol such appeal having bee 1 given
to the Clerk and Treasurer within (ive
days from the time at which such assess,
ment ol license and penalty shall have
been made) and upon heating such ap
peal the said Council shall make such
older therein as shall seem inst and prop
er, and provided further, that in lieu ol
the remedy above in this section set lortb
to enforce payment, an action or actions
may be brought by the Town ol Ben
nettsville in any court of competent jnr.
isdiction for the recovery ol' said license
tax and the penalties thereon, and provi
ded further that any person, or persons
or corporation who shall carry on, or at
tempt to carry on, any calling, business,
I prolession or ocupation without a license
I as herein required or who shall neglect
or reluse lo give the information requit?
ed or to answer such questions as may
be required or who shall tail to attend
before the Mayor to be examined by him
when so required as provided in Sections
II and III. ol this Ordinance, may be
deemed guilty of a violation thereof he
lore the Mayor or Council, may be lined
not more than one hundred dollars or be
imprisoned not exceeding thirty days.
SKC, IV, That all licenses granted
under this ordinance shall be posted in a
conspicuous place, except in caie j i vehi
cles lor hire, which v hicks shall have
placed upon them metal badges I with
the number ofbadgeand thc hcciSscyciir
marked ?hereon, such badges. to he fur
nished by the Clerk and Ti'e'ash'K-lr upon
payment ol the license tas. F;? Jure to
keen such a badee upon such vehicle
sb ll ?nb tel tbc psrsonuwhiiVg oj using
! the same to a penalty of not mor t tuan
; five doh 11 ? or imprisonment ?ort) it more
thbh'ten dnys upon corviciion',?hereo!.
'Vive, licenses ?ranted ut der lb1 s phi Ul
oar.ee shall at all times te subject.ip tn-J
pi ciion I y .?ny o.V.-cr o ?he 'J'^wn ol S
I niietisyillcl and ito eal ing, prok.-v-m '
bi occupation shall bc ci nied .rm el5<:
when Jain .1 the place named in the
license therefor, un!.-- .ut'hprity bc
?rvahled by the Clerk . ad Treasurer
? which autlipiity shall h; r. (dorset! 00
; the licon.tc,
? SRO'. V. All lioetms cn . - od i\v?>\r this
I ordinance .bali continue i 1 force until ?lu
.ll t d ry Moy ?W5, e: ;t?pt.*uch fi?
I provided Tor herein for a 1 hotted poiiod.
SKI VI. .Ml uppiicul ons for'.?C;?'IK;
h ?il be in tdd in iii? -dd Ol?rfc and Trout
. mor, who f-lnii koop ii ctcrrcot roe?id ol
j Rt) li .??:;-'. : i:-M. '. Olid .?!! Ul,?Iii-. . jvod
iheielbr, which uioiiey -Indi bc np<>lic\? in
1 piviiicnl ol'current USPO?MOS"nod insisting
. iid?btedhoss of ilia Tow it of r?emott-,
?vi i to, and foi up other purpose. .
' SEC, \' 11 Thc following siiin 0 spa) H
' : ni ti) ti' ' M : ri'tpliierl ?<> bo P';*<t Iii (be
said derk itptl 'lrO'Uurerlibr;a Wop 50 a<
: ;nrr7 on any buMiio-?s, calling, proft . r>iur?
: , noeupittion, in wliolooi in part, within
:. .: limit : <!' <!<?. Town -if BM,peu;\?Ile,
' ar. : ?mell . iso floceificallyi appear-, vii :
".tvi'.i ttititi ol U.'Qjs, &e . j ? .*? OC
. KSLWOSS Onmpuuios rr Ajtoncios ?ii ?C
IrsMiroi . . ir? I ? fd, Accid : ii
? i lave stock Un, coidi
. Kerosene or oilier Oil Coui:
? Laundries or Aeoncies
' Patent Rich's of anv kind
? Telegraph Companienor At 1 iee
- Sal>? of Sewing Machines. (. . ,
Pianos, when not in coom
?. with other business,
- Auctioneers per year or less
r Billiard, Pool or Bagatelle tal
s Bill Boston?, per year
, Bill Posters per day
Bowling Alleyn Box Ball, <S
? 00 per month each, or p.
Bicycle Repair Shop3. per y
? Pawn Brokers each per year
? Brokers, rellim; or buying oj
. or futures, per year or les
?J Bakery, per your
, ?otllio? Works, per j'car
" Brokers. Mdse, per year or 1
. Cabinet Maker--, yer year,
Contractors, ncr year
j Contractors doinir their own
pay no license
Lightning Bod Ajrent?, per .
' Tanneries, por year
5 Tin Shops, per vcar
1 Up Coondy Wa^ous. per di
Hotels. 110: charting over $
1 day. per year
" Hotel-, not charging over $1
Di?r day. per year
Hotels, not charging over $i
; dey. per year,
Rosiourants. clnreing not ov
cents uer me d. per year
( '?II.dy M non IMO' utera,
imus, or show, or animal e:
t lion per dav ur loss, in tho
cmtiou orill? Mu vor from :
Oil M ?IL. each.
Colton Ginneries, eaeh
Out ton Seed Buyers,- per yen
r Dealers in Horses or Mulos
.J Healers in Patent or other mi
'^1 eines on streets, per day
I ripp,:-. ? ?
' j ' ' ? W** 1?. I borsu per yfcaf li
'.' ii.- ?-so por yeai .fj
? (.'ofilia buyer: , nach ci r v?-?v
. j o'.ioi;s, from Pun to i'dn.-.i . < .
.j p . l'.-..?fV??f t<? .."/.?.'!...) .
?\ " from '.'ii to M? OOO
; " ft om ?<C to <'.v?tO .M.
h ai .a. i Vi-isl Ooriip?m'e
ucicuuiiL IViloraauiicaiug 11 ?.
All Tailors cleaning and rep
' clot lies,
Barber shops, por chair, poi
. Piano Tuners,
Planintr Mills, not in eonno
1 with other works
1 Iron Works,
Beal Instate Agents
Printing Houses and Job F
either or bot lt
1 Blacksmiths and Wheelwrijj
t il ber or both
' Shoo and Harness, or nit ho
? Traveling dealers offerins d :
kinds mdse, notions or ni
Agents for Stoves, Ranees
other household articles
Kxhil itions, traveling llicai .
musical, art or others, foi
per day or night
Peal?is in fresh m?ats. bet
pork, Kout, fish, per yea
Fl)in? Jennies;, steam or 1
riding uallerics, per dav
Ice dealers, retail, per year
OccuHsts, per year,
Ice Cream, Soda waler, In 1 :
&c , on streets per mon
Livery and Feed Stables, j
Livery Business, other tb;
ambles for hire, 1 hot no
I u n horse leam
Lunch Tables, or selliog ci
lund on streets, per da>
Dog License.' each dog pei
MI K bants on each $1.000
up to and including $10
Mid on all amounts oxci
$IOii OOO Ten Cents in ;
on loss than LOGO
doine hu ihoss less Mian
Pi ill i - 01 agents solicitini
pru pbs, lithograph jiiet
lor cn nr< ?II>? or copying
Pedlars nlTeriiig for sale ai
mdse . m consumers pe
llailroad ( !ompanics, for e
oiilerins the town, per j
Bell T. Icpliono LnnL' Dist
Marble and Granite Work
Traveling Rook Aeouts pf
Truvnlini; I'Vuit Tree neei
Sollin? m delivering,
Itesidoiii I'ltoiosrupliers 1
Non residem E'liotocraplu
ll-alcrtakers. per year,
Sir. Viii. That who
dunnee the toi ms j orson.
Duration or party in used,
include not only the pru
their absence shall inclut
clerk or other employer
managing thc eallinr. bu-i
or occupation rospociiycly i
generally where a licehso is
cd for the carrying on of an
si noss profession or occupa
sni.o is carried on liv any a
other employee, such agent
ploy co shall ho subject to tl
heroin imposed, should thc
ncs>-, profossion or . o ?upalio
on without lakinif out such I
same, mai,a r a? if he. she 01
wore tli(> proprietor or propi
said calling, business, profess
Sir IX. That this Ord
take ofleol on mid from tho
May, A 1) Plo I, and nil tin
parts of ordinances inconsistn
are hcroby repealed.
Done and ra lilied in Comic
day of May. A. D., 1904
P. A. IIODGRS
M. MoUttRTN, (Mrok and Tren
We are Agents for a A*
High Grade PIANO
AND SOLICIT THE CORRESE
Wanting to Buy a NEW I
MACHINE, or ANY ONE
THEIR OLD ONE FOR A
We are in posit
Money, and all
LET US KNOW ty
OUR SALESMEN seat
We sell either for cash
(BENNETT & C0V1
Notice of Court.
L ICE is hereby given tb ut tho Court
? i General Sessions for tho County of
>oro will convene at Bennottsvillo oa
>.?? fourth Monday in JUNK, ?.being tho
".. day thereof) 1904, at Benu9tt*ville
j for tho county of Marlboroand State
utb Carolina. All persona intcreated
. .aka ultu uutiuu thereof.
J. A. DRAKE,
Clerk Court of C. P. & G. 8.
For Murlboro Co., S. C.
f 27, 1904. - im
At c.s. MCCALLS.
ne 2, 190-1.
full line of II J. Heinzs Co.
: es Preserves, Ketchups, Sau
Jell ins AV*\ i*
Ui?j* 50 Ser,'?;? Coats ?iuJ Vjfif?
? L?ohgs. ?touitij und ?v.v;uktv>j.
nt tii? C. R. Crosland Co: j
[rs. Goodwin--"I heard that
if father was dangerously
Iffie Fay--"Yes, ma'am, he
Irs. Goodwin-"Is he now
. of danger* "
;fiie Fay--"Yes, ma'am he is
doctor has stopped com
!"-Womsn's Home Com
SPECIAL TO LADIES.
iVe have a large assortment of I
ring and Summer Dress Goods,
?eh wc are now selling at very
1 prices, Ladies arc especially hi
ed to call and inspect same,
me early if you wish to secure!
STRAUSS & Co.
See our late things in
idies Neck Wear, at
_C B. Crosland's
?T10E TO CREDITORS,
ESTATE A. Y. Mooan, DEC'U.
LL persona bavins claims against th*
Estate jf A. Y. Moore, deceased, ure
toby notified to present tbo Ramo, duly
entod, and all peifeona indebted to mid
ito will pleuRo make immediate pay
nt, to tim urularttigued, ot her residence,
to Knox Livingston, attorney, Beunetts
lo, S. C., or t ti IB notice will bo pleaded
bur cf thc recovery of auid claiiru.
Ei.IZMtKTlI C. MOOKI;,
Qtr lifted Executrix
Rennettnville, S. C.. Tn . 1, 1904
NOTICE OF DISCHARGE,
Instate ot Albina Willis.
If WING this day tiled in the Pro
?j, hue .Judge's ellice ot Marlboro
uu'.y my final return as administrator
the Estate ol Albina Willis, Notice
tereby given that I will apply to the
ll Court on the 5th day ol July 1904,
a final discharge as Administrator as
resaid. J. F. WILLIS.
!une 3, I004. Adm'r.
Oil SALiTd 2
\ Bicycle for ;i .ady or Cents
or Black or lil .10 with ~H in
eels and rubber tires.
S. J. Pearson.
DR .1. L. GIBSON,
fflce Orrr Isa a atoll H'S Store,
BENNETTS vi LLB, S. C.
ViiKN in town and you want a good
leal, remember wo- caa servo yon.
< good meal for 25c. Restaurant
}rth'of tho Market.
F RESIT OYSTERS In every style.
D. J. BRA?BOY
amber of the Leading
>S, ORGANS AND
?ONDENCE OF EVERY ONE
?IANO, ORGAN or SEWING
WANTING TO EXCHANGE
lon to save You
we ask is that you
'HAT YOU WANT.
anywhere on request.
Or EASY PAYMENT FLAN.
NGTON? Proprietors )
From ONE to ONE
Dry Cows or Yearlings.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID.
c. s. MCCALL.
April 21, 1904.
|?rf"200 Pair Boys Knee
Panis 20c to 75.
at C. B. Crosland's
Flowers i Flowers !
Mrs. Jno S. Moore bas a tine
lot of Geraniums, Begonias
Ferns, Palms and other plants,
well rooted, that she desires to
sell Cuttings 2f>c per dozen.
House of Representatives.
I am a oandlilato for io election to the
House of Representative)*, subject to the
actiou of the Democratic Prima y.
D. D. McCoi.t..
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the House of Representatives from
Marlboro County subject to thu rulen of
U.' Domocrat?c Primary, and pledge
inyadt fi ??'iili! thc r&nuU tbuir.of ahci
Hitpport tb?, uomince? ot Hamo,
May <>, 1004. W. W. T?Jir u.
For ??OT? of Goori,.
tor re-election to tho ornoo of Clerk of
Court for Marlboro County, South Cato
lina, subject to tho rules of the Demo
cratic Primary, and pledge myself to sup
port tho nominess thereof.
JAP. A. DIIAKK.
April 25th, 1904.
I hereby announce myself aa a can
didate for th? office bf Clerk of Court
for Marlboro County, subject to the
rules and regulations governing the
Democratic Primary Election.
LEWIS M. COVINGTON.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
tor tho oflice of Sheriff of Marlboro county
subject to the rules of tho Democratic Pri
mary, and pledge myself to abide the re
sult of the same and support tho nominees
of ?aid primary election.
\V, A. HlNSlIAW.
May 2. 1904,
I hereby announce myself as u candidate
for office of Sheriff of Marlboro County
nt the coming Primary Election. I pledge
myself to abide by tho result of said Pri
mary 1.lection and to support tho nominees
ui the sumo.
April 4th 1904. J. E. ROGERS.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for thu office of Shoriff of Marlboro county,
subject to tho action of the Democratic
Primary, and pledge myself to abide the
r?unit thereof and to support thc nominee*
of thc sarao.
JAS P. MCGII.VIIAY.
April 5th, 1904.
Fvr County Suporvisor.
I hereby anno>iaca myself a candidate
U>r re-election to the office of Supervisor ol
Marlboro county nt tho coming primary
dectiob, ?object to tho rulen govurning th'
mme, nnd pledge myself tonbido tho resuli
Lhorcof and amport thc nominee-) < f suio
May 18, 1904 M. E. COWARD.
I hereby announce mynclf a candidat>
'or tho office of County Supervisor, subject
o thc action of tho Democratic primary
>ledgiug myself to abido thorosult of tho
anio, and to support tho nominee* of said
April 9th, 1904. A. J. JONKS.
[hereby announce mysolf nn u candidate
for tho office of County Suporvisor,
ubject to the action of tho Domocratio
Mch 28, 1904. J. J. TART.
For Superintendent of Education
I hereby announco mysolf a candidate
:>r re-election to the offico of Comity Sup
nutendem nf Education, nubjoct to tho
ction of tho Democratic Primary.
W. L. STANTON.
April 26 1904,
For County Treasmor.
I hereby anounco mysolf A candidate
Dr ro-olection to tho offioo of County
reasnrer-Subject, to the rules governing
10 Domooratlo Primary.
J. H. THOMAS,
ff I? Wise t& Inswvel
I reprf.scnt as Agent, thc following Fire Insurg?e ?'(nr?i-.i.?.s,
which areas strong asare in the . United .Sta its, having passril
through and paid all claims in the lar^e juul drstrnctivu hros < !' t> <:
cities of Baltimore, Md., Toronto, '>ii?da, ami Ut.c'.ij.-K-r. M. Y.
All having large assets left to their cedit ;
Thc Home Fire Insurance Conn-any ol New Yprk,
T he Western Assurance Company ot Toronto,Canad i
The America Fire Insurance Co., ol phi'i.deiptiit
The Manchester Fire Ins.. Co . ol Mancnester, F.ngland
The German American Fire Ins., Co , of New York
The New York Underwriters, ol New York.
lt is a grave respponsihility on agents' when any one places their
Insurance with them, lor the public as a general rule know nothing
ask nothing ot the standing of the different Insurance Companies,
and rely on the judgement ol the ag?nt. I have never had a loss
but'that was settled promptly and satisfactory. I respectfully solicit
your Insurance business.
c. s. MCCALL.
il New IJ?HO
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if so, Get The Best,
We sold in this County last sea? '. ?'I.i-'.A' il" <.; ihe
mer's Favorite Q-rain Drills." un i ?vci.
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