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BENNETTSYILLB, B. ?.
BY S. A. BIKO WH & CO.
OJJlco on Marion Street Opposite
Friday, Jane 10, 1904.
The Ch ens ls Coming.
Lait Thursday tho sub-coin mittee of
.'the State Democratic Executive Com?
raittee decided that tbe candidates fur i
State offices must make a county can.
vas and the fun will begiu at Sumter
on the 21st. The campaign party will |
he at Darlington Friday july 1, and
Benaettsville Saturday July 2.
His Office Now Open.
Dr. J. L Oioeon, who lum bean taking
a conreo at tbe Atlanta Dental College
carno (a Friday and ban oponed hts offlco
for tba treatment ot old teeth ur replao
i?g thom with new ones, ellice over Hr. ?
, laaacsohu'd Store. Thone 196.
- -?ovington's market has pone 1
in the ice business and caa sup
ply your wants at any time
My daugbtor bad been down a week I
witb Flax, and was very itok I procur? d
D\ KO ga Diarrhoea and Dysentery Coi- |
dial and oared 1er with tour doe?.
limul y to bava for sudden attacks 35c.
sold by all druggists.
Real Cotton Weather.
We are having some real cotton
weather now and the weed is jumping,
but we hardly think we shall hear of
any blooms before the last week in
June. Last year Messrs C. C. Hamer
of Tatum and J. F. McKinuon of
HebrOn had blooms on the 22nd of
June and many others followed on
the 23d and 24th.
- The pretty dry weather has
enabled the farmers of Marlboro
to raise the largest crop of oats
in many years
On tbe speolal occasion ot my recent
attendance os CommiHsioDor tu tua Ger.or.
al Assembly < ? the Presbyterian Ghuroh at
Nashville, I wai tnkou with a tavare dyi
ente.-y, ncco-npaoied by great pain. Two
doses of Dr King's Dysentery sad Diarrh
oea Onrd'al gave mn permanent reliof and
enabled mo to bo in regular atteodancn
ami participate in tho leading moTementi
of that Lodi.
JOHN W MOGUE,
Commission Mecklenburg Presbytery,
afc at ?di druggists.
worst of AU JSxporionoos
Can anything be worse than to feel that
e?3ry minuto will be your last? Sucti was
the experience of Mrs. S. H. Newson,
D ici. tar, Ala. "For th roo yean" abe writes
"T in?'"?'?! innnfWnbln nnln from indiges
tion, fcfcciftch aud bow A trouble. Benth
iOfiuciJ inevitable whan du toru and ni
kei/jiditP /ailed. Kt ttnglb i w*? ?adv .
to ty 3^<?otflnvBitt??H .>.:?' thc . .?> nb ? >.:
ihTracnWus* ... f.Tmprgve? a? -\<.\_ ?A iii
Y'n: cotnplrtte'y recovered. )?'?< ?.>vr.- Hid.
my, Store nob dwi Bowel ttouiildu Bl? .
mtter;i ig--tnu .ou?; zu?diuiua. Oalj Jco._
gu ar an te od by J. T. Douglas, Druggist.
Rock 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 calfon him
1785 College of Charleston 1904
Charleston, S. 0
?Entrance examinations will ho held
in the County Court Howe on Friday,
July 8, at 9 a. m. One scholarship
giving free tuition ia aligned to each
county of South Carolina. Board and
furnished room in Dormitory, $10 a
month. All candidates for admission
aro permitted to compete for vacant
Boyce scholarships, which pay $100
a year. For further information and
Our Town Oorvermntnt.
MAYOR-P. A. Hodges
ALDERMEN-J. Frank Breeden, C. S
Chaffin, A. G. Sinclair, W. W. Pate.
, CL.^K 5: TREASURER-Milton Mc
'aurin. -^Office open daily,
POLICE-V- P. D.?i?fv Tl. C. Harper.
Marlboro County Wfleers.
SHERIFF-J. B. Green j*
CLERK OF CLERK-J. A. t Crake
JUDGE OF PROBATE-M. *$IoLeurin
CORONER-TTC. P? Covington \
SUPERVISOR-M. E. Cowar d
SUPT. EDUCATION-W. L. ? tunton
TREASURER-J. H. Thomaa
AUDITOR-Chas. I. Sherrin/'
SENATOR-Cha?. S. MaCall. v"
REPRESENTATIVES-D. D. MVbColl, Jr
J. P. Bunch, Welcome Quick. '.
MAQisrAiES-C I). Easterlinjg, T. L
Crosland, Bonnettsvillc, ^
II. h. McLaurin, MoColl >?
John A. Calhoun. Clio, \
\V. J. Atkinson, Blenheim, \
D, I). Stubbs, Brightsville, f
W. W. Irby, Smithville. \
Bennettsville Church Director]
METHODIS?-T. E. MORRIS. TO. C
Sunday school 3 30 p. va. Proschi nf I
11.00 a. m. and7.31) p.m. Prayer meei
ing Wednesday evening at 8.00o'olocl
Superintendent Sunday school, Phi!. /
BAPTIST-Rov. Rufus Ford, I/auto
Sunday school at 10.00. Preaohinfc 8ui
day at 11.00 a. m., and 7.30 p. m. iPrayi
meeting Thursday evening at 8 ejolool
Superintendent of Sunday school, II. 1
PRESBYTERIAN-Bunyan McLeod Pl
P., Pastor. Service? every Sabbat
(summer) ll a. m. ands p. Bi.; (winte
11 a. m. and 7.?0 p. un Prayer meetir
Thursday 5 p. m. Seats free. Strange
cordially invited. Sunday school eve
Sunday 10 n. m. Superintendent, J. '
Dudley. All parents and children mat
?volc?me at tho .school.
EPISCOPAL-Rev. O. W. Boyd, Reojt
Preaching every second and fourth Band
.t f( A. m., and 7.30 p. m. Bund
geh oat at 9.30 a. ta. Dr. J. A. Faite
Mrs. Sam Heisse and children
are visiting relatives in Florence
Miss OliveMeekins sp nt Sat
urday and Sunday -with friends
We are glad to report that Mrs.
Ansel Rogers who has been very
sick is much better
Mr. Wm Usher of Bethel sec
tion was down Saturday. Crops
are tine with him
Mr. Grover Cooper spent a few
days last week at his old home
in Whiteville, N. C.
Mr. Henry Coningham of Up
per-Bennettsville was down Sat
urday. No special news
Mr. Kenneth McColl is at home
for a rest. He is now the largest
member of the family
Mrs. Walter Pate is now at
Red Springs. Her lady iriends
hope she will be benetitted
Mrs. T. M. Webstei*, who has
bien spending some time at Fay
etteville has returned home
Mr. John E. Webster, now of
Darlington has been home for a
few days on the sick list
Mrs. Edgar Thomason spent
Saturday and Sunday at her home
We aro pleased to learn that.
I Eugene Hood, who has been qui e
?sick with fever is getting better
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Morrison
have been spending a few days
with relatives in Florence
Mr. J. E. Gibson now a "Knight
[of tho'grip" spent Saturday and
[Sunday at home with his parents
Mr. Oscar Mathews of the
Coast Liue Shops at Wilmington
spent Saturday night in our
Mr. J. J. Ingram, who has
been confined a4 nome with rheu
matism for many weeks is able
to be out again.
Miss Belle Curtis of Charleston
land Miss Jessie Fuller of Lum
berton are the guests of Mr?,
Henry Fuller of our town
Miss Annie Sumner of Harts
ville who has boen visiting Miss
Grace David, returned homo last|
Mrs. G. W. Abbott is prepar
ing to leave us for a homo in tho
up country, where Mr. Abbott
I has a good situation
The young lady students of
Winthrop and Converse and
Limestone colleges have returned
home, and the boys are happy
Mr. M. Mittle, our enterprising
merchant, went to the western
part of the State on Tuesday and
[bought him a thoroughbred bug
Mrs. Thos Bethea, Miss Alma
I... * voa. of A da m s y tl i ? lind Miss
Grace David ler'ti bauirday lifter
hoon v take tu tho comm nice
.ui?.-vt :it liai t:"vii:o v'.i'.v.i hogan
S?fi day /oe 'ihrel.) days
Mc. M. McN'air, of Winston,
some time with relatives at Max
ton, came down Tuesday evening
and spent the night here with his
sister Mrs. James T Eason Ho
was looking even better than be
fore he was taken sick.
Mr. Arthur Chandler of Sumter
aud Miss Miunie Canoon of Flnreuco
-daughter of Mr. Edward Caution
formerly of Society Hill. She has
many friends in Marlboro. Rev. II.
H. Covingtou performed the cere
Mr. P. P. Meekins has received
the intelligence that his brother Mr.
Peter J. Meekins, died ut his home
in the Indian Territory on the 29th
ultimo-aged ti 1 years He was a men ?
bnr of Company G., 23d 8. 0. Kegi
meut. He married Miss Dunbar td
Clio uection and went to Texas in 18
78 From there he wont to Indian
Territory and has lived there about
Making Big Improvements
Mr. C. S. McCall, now owner ol
tho Dr. Juli s T. Jennings home.-tead,
ia making many notable changes and
improvements there. The buildings
have been repaired and put in order
and ho i? having the front enclosed
with a handsome wire fence with iron
posts. No fiof r property in Bennetts
Ojr The demand iu the South is foi
competent White Barbers-McLen
don Bros meet this demand.
Mr. C. S. McCall represent!
some good companies and wil
give you all needed infarniatioit
Read Ins advertisement in otbe?
J. M. Jackson stil
has some Fertilizer ant
Kainit for sale.
GENERALLY, the part ii
shoes that pinches is thc price, Ai
inspection of our stock will tah
away this lear.
STRAUSS & Co.
Horses Do Get Sick.
When a horses and mule;, are poe
it is not always and iudicatlon that thc
tlo not get enough to eat. Many an
mais, just like human beings, have ir
digestion or the system is ?di run dow
and atonic is needed, lt is not the ;
mount ot lood eaten that makes muse
and fat. More depends upon the pro]
er digestion or assimilation ot the loo
than is commonly supposed. Notbin
has yet been discovered that will bull
up a horse or mule belter than Asl
cralt's Condition Powders, the onl
remedy in its class sold under a gua
antee. Ask Mr. Smith Newton, lici
ncttsville, tor it-the kiud put up in do
es. And McColl Drug Co., McColl, !
TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS.
-- New moon 18th
- Saturday last was a ''hot
-Road the changes in the
- Bennettsville is soon to have
another bakery opened
- The Cradles and Harvesters
are at work on the ripening grain
- - Get your ice tickets from
- Our streets Saturday after
noon looked like salesday
Call at Covington's market for
your ice tickets
- Bennie Townsend had peach
es and watermelons in market
? Mr. J. L. Odom of Lester
was down Saturday with a load
- Coyingtoes market for ice
always on hand
- The painters are going to
make our Co J rt House look
iWT Don't forget the cake and
cracker exhibit next Monday at
W. M. Rowe's Store
- Subscribers failing to got
their papers will please report
the fact to this office
- Those who planted oats on
the river bottoms this year have
fine prospects for big crops
- Tho Twentieth Century Lib
rary hours are: Monday 4.30 to
0.30 p. m. Thursday 10 a. m. to
- The Seaboard is preparing
to give us a day at Wrightsville.
Soon after they will give us a
trip to Charlotte
- A Pressure this week has
crowded out our letters from
Brightsvillo. and Clio. They will
be good reading next week.
- Tho College of Charleston
has an ad this week. Boys now
is your chanco for big honors in
a good college
- Tho Democrat returns most
hearty thanks to J. W. Allman,
delegate to the General_Confer
ence for a program aud nishop's
-New Line Embroideries and
Luces, at the
C. B. Crosland Co.
Futrouize and usn your in?
flueuec For MoLendon Bros White
barber Shop and soon you will have
tho best shop in tho State.
. Get a bottle of Harris Lithia
Cingoralc for sale at E. Power's
- Weatherly's Big Depart
ment Store want's your attention
Bs?T Artistic, neat, modern are the
correct teriuti foi McLt'itdt o Br ?>, lbw*
V>* I?11 ir barber Shop
-- The Baptist piu'sonagp lol
ut. l'< Uri i heirn is ofl'm'jed for sale
Soo notiVi? t-'stv hurei
. Rea ] Bennett ? Covington's
ad a ho ul Organs, Pianos and
- Teachers who expect to at
tend the summer schools can get
all the information they want
from Supt W. L. Stantou, as to
studies, board, &c.
Fresh home ground meal al
ways on hand at Claud Moore's.
Pie poaches 15e per can or two
f/;r LTicts at Claud Moore's.
- If you want to look well and
feel good all tho time, get your
clothing at C. S. McCall's
2^Ji If you want your cuffs and
collars nicely laundered carry
them to Claud Moore, who is
now agent for the Wilmington
-Social tea, 5 oclock tea cakes
and pound cake are fresh and
nice at Claud Moore's.
- Have you seen those new
articles of Furniture at Mr,
??gr? 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 of canned Peas,
Pears, and Pig's Feet at Claud
i@F Pipes and Smokers Supplies in
endless variety can be found at J. T
Douglas & Bro.
Cheraw has gone back into the
ba^e hall business.
- - Up to-date line of Ladies
Shirt. Waist Suits at the
C. B. Crosland Co.
Threo Children Savod
In tho curly summer of last year sn
f< ?roney uruHO to which Mr. It Monroe,
O' Marlon, ? (J , was equal. He writer
. Dr King'? Diarrhoea and Dysentery Cor
dial in tho beut mediciue for bowel trouble
I ever uaw. I SLY d the lives of three
children in my neighborhood in tho last
few day?, nftor the doctor hud given them
up to die.'' It's tho boat and Hnrost on
ourth. 250 tho prico. Sold by all Jruggist.
Jennings Property Sold.
We lenrr. that Mr. A. J Matheson
bas purcha&ed tho Dr. J. Beatty Jou
nings homestead with about 2} acre?,
and will soon erect game nico builr e
ines, and possibly a lar e botel for
For Ladies Only
You have spent day sf.or day, during
hot, stilling July und August, stewing and
Healing fruitn and vegetabluH, in air tight
jars, and stowing yonrsolves at tho same
time. Wo bring you relief.
KINOS FRUIT PUICRRUVINO POWDKR
(Largo boxes and low pricp) will preserve
fruit and vegetables without air-tight j ;r?
with eurer rosalie and at one-fourth t e
A 250 box puts np 40 pounds of fruit.
Note the great advantage in taste and ex?
ponte. At all druggist.
: Rev C. NV. Boyd will conduct ser
\i:esat8t. Paul's Episcopal church
on Sunday next.
Tho Yonntr People?' Missionary Society
of Zion Church will nerve loo ore am at
Ooxa Academy, Friday night. Juno rc,
1904 All ara invited.
Peaaohtog at Presbyterian church Sun?
day ?t II a. m., and 8.30 p. m. Subject
for Bundar night "Tho Naearotbs ot com
mon lifo." AU KIO welcome
Tho Epworth League Prayer meeting
vt held every Wednesday evening in the
Sunday school room of tho HethodUt
ohnroh at 8 o'clock. Tho pabilo invited.
. Tho hoar for evening services at the
ckurobes ia now 8.30 o'clock.
Prayer meeting at the Beptbt church
every Thursday evening et 8.30.
Prayer meeting at the Methodist church
every Wednesday et 8.30 p. m,
Prayer meeting et Presbyterian church
Thursday evening at 8 30.
The hour for Bundey School et the
Methodist oh"r?h ba? boon changed to
5.00 o'clock In the afternoon.
Hd?F? Just arrived a fine assort
m cut, new shapes in Ladies Hats
Flowers &c, at the
C. B Crosland Co.
J. M. Jackson still
has some Fertilizer and
Kainit for sale.
While being fer veil ai inc
Whi e barber's Shop-McLendon
Bros--ou will l>e kept cool with
electrio fans already installed.
Fresh testimony in great quantity it
constantly coming in, deolarirg Dr King's
Notv Discovery for Consumption Gongt?
and Colds to be unoqaalod. A recant e?.
pression from T. J. McFarland, Bentor.
ville, Va , serves a? example. He writes:
"I had Bronchitis for three yearn and doo?
torea nil tho time without being benefited.
Then I beg.".:-, taking Dr. K?Eg's New Dis
covery, and a few bo ttl nu wholly cured
mo " Equally effective in corin;; bil LODR
und Throat trouble?. Consumption, Pneu
monia ami Grip Guaranteed by J. T
D.^utr'as & Bro Diuggisr,. Trial bottles free
regular sizes 500, and 8 LOO
TICKLERS of every man's
familyvare tho handsome patents in
our spring and summer showing of
Suit*, prices ?250 and up. Give
us a call.
STRAUSS & Co.
(?" Fall in line and patronize de
cent White harbors-no cigarette or
anything offensive to the moat lastid
Royal Baking Powders at
W. M. Rowe's.
Don't You Love Flowers V
Tt no. and von want Romp pretty
?pots of all S?KOB iii which tn pl?'c
then), call at thc Hardware atpi
iud you can \<tt suited
if?sF* LlsMt ' i ???7 page,
Ve?, read every Hue
For by this gauge
It may pay for time.
Prepared for the Work.
Mr. S. J. Pearson, the Jeweler, hap
now one of thc latest improvements
for engraving your name or initials
on any article of gold or silver or
plate in the most up-to date manner
The samples of work already done by
bim arc just tine. Cali and see him.
THE BAPTI9T PARSONAGE LOT undi
DWELLING ciiutniniug about (2) two!
acres nf land, cent nilly localed iu dvjirable
part of Tu v.-H of Bleuhtflm. :
Apply to thu undersigned for partiulars
W. B DRAKE,
May 18, 19 M Wm. EVANS.
-- ? ??B> ? -,--.
i MOT Pe1 ter secure your need* in Mat?
?in?.? while they aro going PO low at Wed
?dill Si Son, nunn better iu town. The
same good ure being enid in Beouttsvill? j
al from k to 8 ct* per yutd higher- Will
show invoices iu proof. See sUo theil
i Mosquito Canopies.
Driven To Desperation
Living at an ont of the way plana re?
moto from civilization, a family is afton
driven to desperation in caco of accident,
Moulting in Huron, Cutt*, Wounds, Ulcero,
etc. Lay lu a supply of Backten'* Arnica
Salve It's the beat on earth 25c at J. T.
FAMILY MILEAGE TICKET.
GOOD IN SOUTH CAROLINA NOW
SOLD By SKAHOARD AIR LINE
Commencing march 25th, the
Seaboard Air Line Railway, in
compliance with the now law, have
on sale I00O mile family ticket?,
good for thc use of tho immediate
members ot one family, between
stations within tho State of South
Carolina on the line of the Sea
board Air Line Railway. These
tickets arc sold at $25,00 and aro
limited to ono year from date of
Tho popular Intorchangeahlo
hook, good over 25 diff?rent linen,
will continue on salo under Bat ic
conditions as heretofore.
For further information apply
to Seaboard agents, or addrefa
JOH. VV. StowartTrav. Pass. Agottt
Columhia S. C.
The IliiHNel Wuguus.
Mr. P. A. Hodges is omening a ctr
of them; durable wagons-on? add
two-horse, every ono ot them guaran
teed against any defect in material
NOTICE TO CREDITORS,
TWTOTTCK is hereby given to af?l thc
Jtf creditors of the estate ot HARRIS
PATE, deceased, that they munt rendel
an account ol their demands against said
estate duly attested lo the uftldersigned
D. K. STANTONAExecutoi
Bennettsvillc, S. C., May 16/1904.
I1 fay To Keep Cool,",
. nie ?MIIi
' ^a?._r-i:v- t,HCH*r-(gbri_--J^s
The COOIi ' BLIND of Stuff to MAKE COOL
DRESSE ) 'iO WEAR WHEN ITS HOT.
Como aiu look ai: them. We are going to
help yoi Li we G n to get COMFORTABLE.
|sij MER pSHOESn^THAT'SrjCOOL
You w; m ?his A tl. NV ti h? ve got them. Lets trade on a
VAM. QUI IN QUALITY and IRVING DREWS.
Yo . need in now. Will need them worse later-and t.iey
b - w . No better time to get them-right now.
. - lilNERY DEPARTMENT ^
This i-j r?rj WPOBT \NT TALK LISTEN 1 We have shown the good
* ' ?ta possible to produce High Claas Millinery al living prices,
'l i . ti realized the lact-thus the reason for our Big Millinery Sue
' rt- I busy, hut want tn lix up Your Mid-Summer HAT
nd i tgl ? NOW is the BEST TIME TO GET IT.
WEA HES Ti U PIECE SUITS are the best, Leeanne they tire
i ? : ind of SlufT Look at the shape of the Collars, and
t lera a e fixer!-they FIT BEST.
4 MER SHOES. >
Very i Pair of Comfortable Shoes for the Summer. No
u i. "Hannn'a" and "Keith's K??nqueror3" they are
b ' :. ny where.
. HITE YESTS
.TU 1 " TE VESTS by Express-White and Fancy
From 00. Would like to see you in our dowd You'll
I ike niter you try it.
V.M' , J OO.
vii! -jell mir
tock AT SPECIAL LOW PRICES.
We have SH
J&JL JU WbA UJLV U A <
We <1 IOI H on some leading articles:
ESS fl 55, former price 2 00
T " 1 98, ronner price 2 50
4 85, former price ti 00
, .. 7 AO fnrmnr i.aiina lil III
VR?IK - .-. _
7 50. former prico 10 OO
9 00. former price 12 50
. : r t Mattress $1300, firmer prier '
lg Springs 1 (ii) former pi ice
former price 2 50
form-?r prico :i 50
? ['lui. ii. j,,
firmer price 15 0.)
,. J i mrnier pnw z su
[ROI 2 50. former price
Ul 5 50. former price
m a Bed* 9 00. forint
?J? Ex;, ti io-o "a les 5 Fe.it 3 SO. for
.t ?. .-'les 6 Feet 3 75', lo
wi lui. I jt| UL 1 .?W
- ' les 6 Feet 3 75', fottnftr price 5 00
lu? 8 Fent 5 00. former prico C "
li les 10 Feet (1 25, former price
' :l. lit Boltom 37*. former price
uk Rocken 95c, former price
city line of Matting ut Cont.
V . uk at prices that will make you buy, if you!
Lil ny thing. Our prices are "eye openers."
AND SEE US.
V. Waddill & Son. i
m the Public that I represent some 01
|t 'IRE INSURANCE Companies
li: ld. Liberal as to Terms and Rates.
y me !
)4. JNO. S. MOORE.
J SUPPLY YOUR WAITS.
WORRY, BUT COME RIGHT ON TO
IF YOU XXTuSLKra?
i-4 s, Clothing, Shoes, Notions**
id Fancy Groceries.
ter Ground MEAT, and HOMINY a specialty.
W I e in each Department and will fill your Wants in eacl
AT THE LOWEST PKICE8.
I W . TO - com? '"own call and seo u*. Phone orders in town deliver
FBI i atisfaction guaranteed.
us- Near Douglas' Drug Store,
Il MIL- I WIIU IIIU)
WE HAVE THESE GOO!
oan give you LOW PR
Seo us before buying.
March 3, 1904?
MR. R F. SHULTZ HAVING C
have arranged to keep a supply
CAKES of his epleadid make at tn
Trade. Shipments received fresh three
daily as wanted by customers. I guai
March 3, 1904
The Clothes i
See the new
C. S. I
February 26, 1904,
l \l JVJA Makes poor horses s
does this by first th
all impurities, allow
thereby creating soli
Horses and muk
after the first few d
coat is always sleek
without "filler," and
It is a most powerf
formulae of a practical veterinariai
experience. It is easily the forer
American market to-day. Price 25
For sale by SMITH.
CHARGE IH? SCHEDULE.
SF.A>;:?AR?> Vu. J.iiuu UMLWA .
The Softhonro' Air Line Ry gobed?
?ile w?!a changed on January 10th.
Tu ins leave Cbursw, S. C., ris follona;
Northbound No 66 at 8:05 a. rn,
.? No 50 at 9:24 p. m.
Southbound No 57 at 8:05 a. m.
No 27 nt 10:40 p. m.
The Benueltsville and Cberaw II.
fi., leaving Bennettsville at 6. 45 a.
m., connect with No 66 and No 57.
The afternoon ttain leaving Ben
nettsville ol 4 p. m. gives Bennetts
ville people an opportunity to take
tiains No 50 and No 27.
THE Business reci-nrly .known ns the
CLIO NOVELTY MANUFCTU
ItlNG 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 all
kinds of Novelty work for builders use at
Mr. P. A. Hodges is agent at Bennetts
ville and will take your orders.
Oct 23. 1903.
PURE BRED BUFF ROCKS.
Thrifty, Reliable and Profitable.
The Buff Plymouth Rock is the low
for firofit. The time lor setting lor the
Spring brood is near at hand and to get
tgiis so as to have them ready when thc
se.-.son opens, you should place orders at
once and state date ot delivery.
Setting ot I s Eggs $1.50
D. A. COVINGTON,
Jan s, 1904. Gibson, N. C.
Directory of Bennettsville Lodgei
CONSOMUATED LOOQE No. 15, K. O
i'., meets every second and fourth Mon
?lay nights at 7.30 o'clock.
J. T. Dudley, C. C.
C. D. Easterling. K. of R. & S.
MARLBORO LODGE NO. 88, meets a
Bennettsville, Friday evening, on or bc
fore eaob full moon at 8 o'clock.
J. F. Kinney, W. M.
II. E. Stockton, Soerotary.
County Masonic Directory.
MARLBORO CHAPTER NO. 30 lt. A
M., meets at Bennettsville on thc sc?.
Friday of caoh month.
J. F. Kinney. H. I'.
II, E. Stockton, Secretary.
EuaaKA LODGE No: 43, A. F. M.
meets at MoColl. eaob Saturday after
noon, before tho full moon,at 4 o'oloek.
AURORA LODGE NO. 33, A. F. M.
mcet9 at Clio, Saturday on or aller ead
full moon at 3 o'oloek, p. m.
'D. II. Everett, VV. M.
J. E. McLeod, Secretary.
SPECIAL NOTICE 1
TpPAVlNG, secured tho sorvices of
Jtjt good man, I am prepared to pu
down and pall up pumps. SatisTantio
guaranteed. Orders len nt cither / bud
ware store will be promptly attended to.
moh 12, 1903. P. 0. Ernannt).
)S, bought by thc car load aud
LD ?M ?ROLL&
ES A WEEK.
LOSED HIS BAKERY HERE, I
of FRESH BREAD, ROLLS AND
y Store for llie accommodation of toe
; times u week, ono! ordure eau be filled
uotee prompt uorvioe.
W. M. BiOWE.
that tell their
ind mules fat without bloating. It
loroufihly cleansing thc system of
ing perfect assimilation of food,
d muscle and fat.
:s improve in appetite and spirits
oses, the hair sheds, and the new
ion Powders arc packed in doses,
good for horses and mules only,
ul tonic and appetizer, being thc
i of over a quarter of a century's
nost remedy in its class on the
NEWTON", Beimel Lsville, ?>. C;
i DRUG CO., MeColl, 8. a
1 C Xl V 1;' \S ' 'V j . V ???? -? ?
.Xttbraoy1 fit; Sjtw',
Pfantcrs SVtithval frank DiilhUng,
i factice o? Slate and Kddcral Courts,
Attorney lor the Planters National Bank
ami Union Savings Manic.
BENNLTTSVII.LI?, SO. (JA.
DUDLEY & WAIT,
AT ID UNK VS AT LA WV "'
I BEN?ETTSVILUE; SC
. Attorney at Law,
Benncttsville, S. C.
I Office on Darlington litrcct near Posta
j Tolcgrapb ofiwe. January, 1899.
Attorney at Law und
Ofllcp. in Court limine.
E. C. MORRISON
Electrician . - Mach . !
MOX 57 Fl.OKKNCK, S. C.
Contractor for Electrical work and?
in Electrical supplies Hot Air I'
inti Engines und (i ?> Engines in-i
Pipe-fntting und general machine \
August 2o. iyo:i.
W H SO KU TO CM
A WATCH i> hi KM A MAN'. >.
NEEDS CLEAN INC OUT and RE
PAIRING one- inn while, lum ile
Repairer and viii give your Waith a
.??ure euro Trout moni, IP VDU WILL
CALL ON MK AT MY OFFICE neu
door north ol' i!.>: I'oftollico ?li-: while
j 11 ont building.
S. .). PEARSON.
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