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fi. A. It It OWN - - - Editor
Friday, July I, 1904.
One year.? 1.00
Three mouths. .25
? AS0N1C CELEBRATION.
St John's Day Not Forgotten
Public Address-Royal Ban
quet-Fine Music-Toasts &|
After Dinner Talks.
The celebration on Friday last
by tho Masonic fraternity of Bon
nettsvillo, was one ot the best I
managed social events that lins j
ever taken place in our town. The
auditorium was packed at S.80 to
hoar tue public address by Hon.
W. W. Lumkin of Columbia, who |
was introduced by lion .7. II. Hud
son. The address was heartily
enjoyed, as waa also the fine mus-j
ic by tho Bennetlsville Musical
Club-piano, mandolins, violins.&c.
The exercises were opened with
prayer by Rev. Bunyan McLeod,
and closed with the Benediction
by Rev. T. E. Morris, Dr. .J. F.
After thc address, thc fraternity
with invited guest repaired to the
Guards armory Hall where a spe
cial committee with Mesdames
Stockton and Kinney in charge
served refreshments that were
most heartily enjoyed by all,
Col. T. C. Hamer acted as toast
master, Judge C. P. Townsend
responded to "The Day We Cel
ebrate." Col Knox. Livingston
responded to "Our Women." Col.
Lumpkin, the guest and speaker,
again responded with his usual
fun, arid captured the audience.
COURT OF (i KN EBAL SESSIONS
JUNE TKKM 1904.
Court convened Munday with
Judge R. C. Purdy of* .Sumter pre
siding. Solicitor Johnson bad ready
a lew new cases for thc Ci rand Jury
md they went at once to work and
.y 5 o'clock completed their duty
or the term and were discharged.
Several cases were continued and
onie nol pressed.
Walter Gibson charged with
stealing a watch went to trial and
was acquitted. rn :
Willie Stanton plead guilty to
? tealing a bicycle from S. J. Pour
ra and got 12 months on thc chain
John Adams went to trialfor
ealing a bicycle from D. C. Odom,
? '.....wi ~";b . 1
i nie troni f he .. v h. \ found
g ...?i. "i,f3"i>.iiai H.iiuic, anti
von 12 months in the Stale Re
The petit jurors completed th'b
work Tuesday and were diseharg
This is Judge Purdy's firsl visit
d be luis made good inipresions
The. business ol' thc term was
liiplctetl Wednesday evening.
Dois From Edgewood.
lear Mr. Editor: As 1 have,
never seen anything from (bis sec
tion 1 will give you a few dots.
Tlie farmers arc needing ruin
Mr. Luther Fletcher is stalinned
at Mr. W. M. Smith's and is put
ting our roads in good traveling
Mr. A. J. David is libriain
which opens every first Sunday
AT:,.,, me.".,' 0f the Jic.
wicm ?upper al Mr.
Goo M. Webster's Friday night
was greatly enjoyed by all who at
Miss .lanie Newton spenf las!
week al lin- home of her mini ?Mrs.
S. .1. Du Pic
Miss Luna McDaniel .-peni Sat
urday :in<l Sunday ai Ibo home nf
ber sister Mrs. Beria Jones.
Miss Mari.' Webster spent las!
week willi ber friends ?it lioau I A
Spot and ( lio. ?iud I think .-lie in
tends going again soon, and espec
ially to Clio.
Thc time for Sunday School af
Bethel bas been changed to Sunday
afternoon al I.MO.
.lune 29, (M. ( Inly a frit-mi.
Dillon Lad Disappears.
Dillon, June 2!' Forrest, tho
15 year old sou of ll. 1). Uer ry, ol
Dillon, S. C., left Hie home of bis
parents June 15, rilling a bicycle,
anti going in tim direction of Bon
nettsville. Nothing has been beard
of bini since that dato am! fears
arc entertained that bc bas mel
with foul play. I lc is described us
having light bair and complexion
and a scar on bis upper lip.
It ain't so hot lo fellows that
work and sweat lol.-; it's thc fel
low that sits around and fans all
the time that really btiri.H up willi
MEETING EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
Campaign Meetings Appointed
Must be Piled by July 30.
Beunettsville, S. C., Juno 27,1904.1
j A inectiug of tho Democratic Px
rcutivc Committee was held at tho
i Oleo of C. S. McCall chairman, tho
following members wero present;
Pennoltsville, T. S. Evans,
brownsville, W. li. Drake.
Brigit tsyill?, S J. Meinuis.
Clio, A. Lr. Calhoun, Jr ,
Hebron, John Barron Li nc,
VicColl, II. L. Mcbaurin,
IUI Hill. J.N. Drake,
Quick's X Road, H. S Grant,
Marlboro Village Club, W. H. Norris
Smithville, W. D. Evans,
Tatum, D J. Easterliug.
Account of C. 8. McCall received
and approved. On motion a committee
ol live (5) were appoiuted on arrange
ments for State Campaign day July 2,
consisting of T. S. Evans, W. H.
Norris. 8. J. Mcluois, J. B. Green
and J. A. Drake.
On motion the candidates for the
following offices aro assessed for Elec
lion expenses, as follows; ten ($10.00)
dollars each for Congress, Solicitor,
Clerk of Court aud Sheriff, seven dol
lars and fifty cents (87 ftO) each for,
Treasurer, and Auditor, five (95.00)
each for, Members ot Legislature,
Coroner, Supervisor aud Supt of Edu
cttion. All assessments must be in
hands of County Chairman on or be?
fue 12 o'clock Saturday the 30th day
of July 1901.
j The date of the County Campaign
j was fixed ns follows:
Rennettsvillc, Monday Aug 1st,
Tatum, Wednesday Aug 3rd,
McColl, Friday Aug 5th,
Roykiu, Tuesday Aug 9th,
-'milliville, Wednesday Aug 10th,
blenheim, Tuesday Aug 10th,
(Brownsville, Wednesday Aug 17th,
Clio, Friday Aug 19th.
The presidents of the Clubs where
thc meetings arc held are charged
willi sering thc proper arrangements
?ire made for carrying cut all tliG de
tails of thc meetings.
On motion the Committee adjourned
to meet at 10 o'clock Monday tho 8th
of August ItiO l at Bennettsville.
J. N. Drake, Secly.
Hampton Monument Lund.
Thu following contributions to
ibo I lampton Monument have been
paid to C. S. McCall:
A. Heywood, .50
.1. .1. Lane, ?1.00
Poor mon itt Charleston coun
ty uro shill ont of the political
arena by the excessive campaign
assesmeiils, which are as fol
lows: Congressman, $500; Sherill
$500; Clerk of Court, $200; Cor
oner, $150; Solicitor, $100; Leg
t.... ? C;',,<. nv-. fclOf
lim iMlb.f. buhl . beging.
. ~* wno time ut ieayt tue ortiee
would seek the mari.
A Most Enjoyable Occasion.
The young people ot our town en
joyed one c-t the iiuest entertainments
Inst Wednesday evening that they
have had thc pleasure of enjoying for
some lime. It was given at the beau ti*
fill and lovely home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. 1'. Breeden
Al eight thirty o'clock the invited
guests began to arrive with their part
ners. They were met at the frontdoor
hy Mr. and Mrs. breeden and ushered
into a lovely parlor cooled by electric
fons. About nine o'clock all the guests
had arrived and Mrs. breeden and
that charming young lady Miss Ly I
( rosland began to pair off tho boys
and girls for them to iiavo a clint for
a minute or two After the chat Mrs
breeden made all assemble in the par
lor and then she told us how we were
to select our partners.
Slips of pnper had been cut and on
them were written some wise sayinga.
Thc boy or rather the prince, had just
a part of the quotation on his while
his partner, whoever she may be, had
the rest on hers. Tho slips were dis
tributed and then bogan tho wild
search for partners. Soon it was over
with and all were satisfied. Then Mrs
Breeden arose again and said that now
as each prince had his princess, they
must have a prince and princess to
rule over all of the princes and
princesses. She then asked her son
K ?stier toi'dect one. iloseleoted Miss
Ho3a McMillan. Now Miss McMillan
hod lo .-elect a prince and she selected
Master Henry Bouchier. The Prince
had to luke the minor princes and
princesses up and inlroduco them to
thc Frillers. The naine of each metn
bcr of tho couple had to begin with
ibo letter F. Thc place they came
from must begin with tho letter F.
And the presents they were supposed
to hiing to thc Princess must begin
Willi the letter F.
A flor lliogame was over each couple
wa- presented willi a hag of peanuts
and then sent out lu about twenty
in i li ti ti H a ludl was rung anti all re
turned into the parlor. Mrs. Breeden
now called up the lour graduates and
pp sentcd to them a purs? as a present.
After this presentation tables were
made ready and all served to delicious
cake and cream.
When wo all relut ned to the parlor
and Miss Lyl Crosland played tho
Swanee River and tho young folks
gat bored around her and sang.
lt was something after eleven when
we began lo look for someone to take
home. Then we began pas.-.big out
and as each passed out he ami she ex?
pressed how much they had enjoyed
Many th nks to Mr. and Mrs.
Breeden, Miss Helen and Master Ke
ller for their kindness.
.lune 'Jo, 1901. A GUEST.
Mr. Hearst is said to have spent
$1,000,000 in bis presidential cam
paign. He hardly gota ruufor bis
Fine Opportuiny l'or Young Men.
The South Carol ina College oilers
scholarships in the Normal Depart
ment to two young men from each |
county. Each scholarship is worth :
?40 in money, besides remission of I
&40 tuition anti $18 matriculation
or "term" fcc. The money is paul
at thc rate of ?0 a month for eight !
month's, to assist in meeting thc uc- ^
cessary living expenses.
Examination will be held Friday '
July 8, before the "county board
of education." Applicants should
be at least 19 years of agc, aud pre
ferably teachers* Write President i
Benjamin Sloan, S. C. College, at
Columbia, for blank on which to
apply before July 8th.
To Our Friends and Customers :
Having bad the misfortune of
losing our place of business by fire,
we hereby notify our friends and
customers that wc have established
temporary quarters in the corner
brick store on tho opposite side of
the street, and will be pleased to
see them at all times, und will en
deavor to supply them with tempo
rary needs until wc can build on
the same old stand.
JO. Stcmbcrger Co.
Clio, S. C., June 22, 01.
- Hicks' anti De Voe both bit
it right for rain this week.
J. A. NEWBERRY,
J. A. NEWBERRY'S
Juno 30, 1904.
OAK RIDGE CEMETERY
Notice is hereby given tint an assess
ment of one dollar has been levied upon
each lot in thc above cemetery to delray
the expenses ol keeping it, and the own
ers lliercol will make payment forthwith
to the undersigned. This matter cannot
bc delayed. Act at once and oblige,
h. I. Breeden,
Secy and Treas.
Bville, S.C.. Jone 27, o.t.
To punish Assaults and Assaults A.
Batteries, and prescribe a punish
ment for same :
Any person who within the corporate
limits ol thc Town ol Bennettsvillc shall
rudely, angrily and violent'y strike or
attempt to strike thc person ot another
without any good and sufficient cause
P. A. HODGES, Mayor.
To Define and Punish Vagrancy.
Bc it Ordained by tho Mayor and Alder
men of the Town ol' Bouuetlsvillo in
Couucil assembled and by authority of
the sanie ;
All persons wandering Ironi place io
place without any known residence in
the Town ot Bennettsvillc who have no
visible or known means ul gaining a fail
honest and reputable livelihood; all sus
picious persons Komtf about without any
known business; all persons who acquire
a livelihood by gambling or horse rac
ing without any other visible means ol
fining a livelihood; also all persons
who lead idlu and disorderly lives not
following some handicraft trade or pro
fession, or not having some known or
visible means of livelihood who shall be
able to work, and all sturdy beggars arc
and shall be deemed vagrants, and upon
conviction thereol shall be lined in a sum
not exceeding (Jue Hundred Dollars or
imprisoned not exceeding 30 days, or
work on thc public roads of thc town tor
a like number ot days.
Done and ratified in (Council this 24th
day of June, A. 1)., 1904.
P. A. HOIK i KS, Mayor
GOING TO MOVE.
Dr. J. A. Eaison wiil move in
to his oilice on Darlington Street
theist of July. Oilice will be
found midway between .1. T.
Douglas's Drug Store ami .1 udge
Hudson's oilice. Look for his
sign in front of oilice.
J une Hi, 1904.
ELECTRIC LIGHT SYSTEM.
Rule No II. Parlies wishing the elec
trie plant run alter midnight will bi; ac
commodatcd at the rate ol Three hol
lars per hour or part thereol by makin);
wi llteu application lo the ('han man ol
the board stating length ol tune lu
wished thc plant run ami accompanying
the request by the cash.
New Law Firm
NOTICE is bracby given that we
have this clay lormcd a co partner
ship under the linn name ol NEWTON ?S:
Owl-NS for the practice ol law in all the
l.otirts. All business entrusted to us
shall receive prompt anil careful atten
tion. H. ll. NEWTON.
JENNINGS K ( > WENS,
Bennettsvillc, S- C., dune 14, 1904.
OAK R?DGE CEMETERY^
All porfi?os owning lots in Oak Bulgo
Cemetery, north oasl of tho town of lieu?
pottsville, will please communicate with
t ho undersigned, nivin^ the nu tn bor of
cadi lot owned by them.
The Company has hoon unable to lind
thc name of the owners (d' .-eine of lin:
lotu and asks that all will co'ii mi
with tho undersigned so as to
mistakes and be sure to got the na
those wdiose lol.; are unknown. Tl
prevent any unknown lot from heil
to other people.
Bennettsvillc, S, C. b ,J. lb
June 10th, DUI. Sec, &Trei
For Ooneress-6th District
I hereby announce myseli a candidate
tor nomination to Congress hon, the
sixth district subject to the Democratic '
1 hereby announce myself a candidate
or Congress Irom thc Sixth Congress
ional District, subject to the Democratic
July i, 04 W. F. Dargan.
Houso of Kopresontativos.
I om Iv candidato for ro-elootiorj to Hie
HouBO of Representatives, subject to the
nctiou of tho Dornocratic Priuaa y.
D. D. MCCOLI., Jn,
I horeby announce myself a nc a;'mle
tor tho llouao of Koproaentativvf from
Marlboro County subject to the r'.!':'.H <>f
tho Democratic Primary, and ptov1^;:
myself to abido the result tin and
support thu nomin?os of B?nte,
Moy 6, 1904. \V. W. Bite i.
For Clerk of Court
I hereby announco myself a candidato I
foe ic-clcction to the office of
Court for Marlboro County. Sou tu (.'uto- I
lina, subject to tho rulos of t?o Demo- j
eratic Primary, and pledge myee' I 1
port tho nomine?? thereof.
JA;>. A. I ,
April 25th, 1904
I hereby announce myself aa
didate for tlic oflice ol'Clerk ol n
fur Marlboro County, subjecv o
rules and regulations governing tho
Democratic I'rimary Election
LEWIS M. COVINOXO?J.
I hereby announce myself ai
date lor office ol Sheriff ol .; .<??'
County at thc coming Primary ,
I pledge myself to .abide by thi
said Primary Election and ti
thc nominees ot same.
July I, 04. W. P. ItO
I hereby onnounco myeolf a
for thc office of ShcritT of Marlu
subject to the rules of the Detnoi cati
mury, and pledge myself to abid
Hutt of tito same mid support the
of Haid primary election.
W. A. Hu
May 2. 1904,
I horeby r.nnounco myself as 11
fer ellice of Sheriff of Marlbor
nt the coming Primary Election,
myself to abide by thc result of : I
mary Election and to support tho ?
of the name
April -?.th 1904. J. E KO
I hereby announce myself a
for thc office of Sheriff of Mnrlbo:
subject to the action of thc D
I'rimary, and pledgo myself to
result thereof and to support tho n lill .
of thc saino,
JAS F. McGii
April 5th, 190.1.
F.T County Superviso'
ri ?i A ? tlio ' flicc ?..f Situe
I UOUilt.. tit 1 llO Ot in'.; L?
1 hereby nnnouuco myself a
tot the olllco of County Suporvit
to the action of tho Democrat p? 1 ?. '
pledging myself to abido tho rc
Hume, and to support the nomitii
April 9th, 1904. A. J
Ihereby announco myself as
for tho ollie: of County
Bubjoot to the action of tho
Met? 2S, 1904. J .
For Superintendent of E<
1 hereby announce Diy?to?f
for re election to the ollico of I
erintondent of Education, sut
action of the Democratic Prim
\V. L. i
April 26 1904,
For County Audit
1 hereby announce myself :
for re-election to thc office
ot Marlboro county at the 1
mary election, pledging mysi
the resuit thercol. anti to i
nominees of thc same.
CHAS. I. SHI
.1 une 22, 1904.
For County Treasi
I hereby nnounco myself
for rc election to tho ollioe
Treasurer - Subject to tho rul
tho Domocratia Primary.
100 two pince
Stills for Gents ?v Boys
C. 13. Crosh
MOW SONGS and sh.
for sale al low prices, als
( Irgans, and M iisit-;?.! 1 n
(?fall discriplions, gel 0
and easy terms. Old 111
laken in c.vchangn.
ST ii A ul
A rilli linc of II J. ll
Pickles Preserves, Kctcl
ces, Jellies eic. at
NOTICE Ott DISCII
Kstate ol Albina Wil
VJf AVINO this day hied i
JO), hate .Judge s office ol
County my final return as adi
ol thc Estate ol Albina Will
is hereby given that I will a? ,
saitl Court on the 5th day ol
tor a final discharge as Admin
aforesaid. J. F. WI
June 3, loo.j.
NOTICE Td CREDIT!
Esr. JACKSON STU Ult!
i sons having claim
' . tate ol Jackson St'
e hereby notified
; at once, and all p
aid estate will mak<
P. D. McfJ
1904. fc> Ul
We are Agents for a number of the Leading
High Grade PIANOS, ORGANS AND
AND SOLICIT THE CORRESPONDENCE OF EVERY ONE
Wanting to Buy a NEW PIANO, ORGAN or SEWING
M ACHINE, or ANY ONE WANTING TO EXCHANGE
HEIR OLD ONE FOR A NEW ONE.
Wo are in position to save You
Money, and ail we ask is that you
LET US KNOW WHAT YOU WANT.
" OUR SALESMEN scot an//where on request
We sell either for cash or EASY PAYMENT PLAN,
SOUTBERM MUSIC il SEWING MACHINE CO.,
(BENNETT & COVINGTON, Proprietors )
LE SH BREAD ?? ROLLS
THREE TIMES A WEEK.
R F. SIIULTZ HAVING CLOSED HIS BAKERY HERE, I
vearrnuged to keep a supply of FRESH BREAD, ROLLS ANDI
' S ot' bia splendid make at my Store for the accommodation of the
Shipments received fresh three limes a week, and orders can he filled
i wanted by o.uslomern. I guniantee prompt service.
March 3, 190-i
r? ? iT*B K&VT KU.
70 THE! FUBLiIC.
1 ? 's to inform thc Public that I represent some Ol
best FIRE INSURANCE Companies
in the World. Liberal us to Tenus and Rates.
Try me !
. ch 10, 1901. JNO. S. MOORE.
il CIN SUPPLY YOUR WAITS.
USE TO WORRY, BUT COME LUG FIT ON TO
IF YOTJ W.???UOTT
T' /vGoo'i':. Clotb.iri.^. ShoeSi .Kscions
.&n? P*m<;y Groceries.
?ctV** Fresli Water Gm?nd Mrc/j ?: ! Lu tt 3p< -i ?ity.
c cep u iuii nuo iii o4v.ii U?jl?f ?liiO?l ?iiu ?iii un j?ijui it un i? io euell
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
you come to Town call and see IH. Phone orders in town delivered
FREE, und satisfaction guaranteed,
ll and see us-Near Douglas1 Drug Store,
HO Serge Coats and Vests
. ngs, Stouts, and Regulars,
fit the C. B. Crosland Co.
SPECIAL TO LADIES.
. have n large assortment of
g and Summer Dress Goods,
lt we are no*v selling at very
i rices, Ladies are especially in
to call and inspect same,
early ii'you wish to secure
STU A uss ?te Co.
r? See our late things in
es Neck Wear, at
C B. Crosland1 s
)ll SA ?LE S
Bicycle for a lady or Gents
Black or Blue with L'S in
ls and rubber lires.
S. J. Pearson.
R. J. L. GIBSON,
Ice Over isftacsoJin's Storr,
BENNKTT3VI!.r.I3, S. C.
THE HUNGRY !
S'il KN in town nml you want a ^ood
.iiiiiil, remember we cnn nerve you.
. good meal for 25c. Houtuurant
orlh of thu Market,.
PUES!! OYSTERS in every Htyle.
P.J. BRAY BOY _
ANGE Ol' SCHEDULE.
liAJtOAItD Air Linc RAILWAY.
Seaboard Air Lino Ky eched
/ns chunged on January 10th.
s leave Ciiernw,S. C., as follows:
hound No (!('? at 8:05 a. in.
No 50 at 9:24 p. m.
bound Nd <r>7 at 8:05 a. m.
' No 27 at 10:40 j?, in.
Bennettsville anti Cheraw lt.
iving Bennettsville at h. '15 a.
nnect willi No titi ami No 57.
nfteriioon ti sin leaving Ben
nie ?I 4 j>. ni. gives Bennerts
eoplo au opportunity to take
No 50 anil No 27.
rn addressed to the following limned
romain uncalled for at the po?t
nan Benton, S L, Rodgers.
tr Ki es, L\z?r Thomas.
t<ffHE Hu.--inc.sw rccouily known as thc
X OLIO NOVKLTY M ANUFCTU-1
Li LNG C? . will hereafter l>c known as
TIIIC CLIO NOVELTY MANUFAC
TURlNiJ WORKS, will. F. H. IVKY
solo owner ami director.
Thc lutost improved wood working
machines are being placed for doing all
kinds of Novelty work for builders ut>c ut
Mr. 1*. A. Hodges is agent at Bennetts
ville and will take your orders.
Oct 23. 1903.
Bennettsville & Cheraw Railroad
Commencing Monday Nov. '.?, 1603,
and until further notice, trains between
Clicraw and Beuuett.-sv'tlle will he operated
ou the following t'hcdulc, daily excopl
\VEgT HOUND PROM UBNNETTSVILLE
THAIN Leave Bennettsville ti 45 u ui
?13 Leave li vere tl's 7 25 a in
Leave Kollock's 7 40 a ni
Arrive Cheraw 7 50 a ni
TRAIN Leave Cmnettsvillc 4 no p m
33 Leave Kverett's fi 30 p in
Leave Kollock's fi 50 p in
Arrive Cheraw C> HO p m
BAST HOUND' PROM CHKItAW.
'RAIN boave Cheraw , s 10 a ni
:;s Leave Kollock's S lit) a ni
Leave Kverett's N 35 a m
Arrive bennettsville '.nuiaui
'RAIN Leave Cheraw 9 25 pm
,)-J. Leave Kollock's '.. ?10 p
Leave Kverett's u 50 |? tn
Arrive Bennettsville 10 lit> p m
A. (I. PAGE, SHIM
Cheraw, Nov. 7, 1903.
KILLTHE COUGH I
AND CURE THE LUNGS
OUGIIS and 60c & $1.00
OLDS Froo Trial.
Sureat and Quickest Curo for nil
THROAT and LUNG TROUB
LES, or MONEY RACK.
To discover who has tho wonkor
side of an argument wait ami soc
which is thc first to begin calling
ff t* Wise to In,sm?e!
I reprisent as Ag<"nt, ihc tallowing Fire Insurar.ee t'em?.ai.ics,
which arc as strong as arc in the Uniltd States, having passed
through and paid all claims in the large and destructive tires pf lite
cities of Baltimore, Md., Toronto, (Innada, and Rochester. N. V.
AH having large assets left to their credit ;
The Home Fire Insurance Com oar. y ol"New York, v
Thc Western Assurance Company ol Toronto. Canada
The America Fire Insurance Co., ot PiiiU.dciphi.i
Thc Manchester Fire Ins., Co . oi Manchester, England
The German American Fire Ins., Co., ol New York
The New York Underwriters, ol New York.
lt is a grave respponsihilily on agents when any one places their
Insurance with them, lor ihc public as a general'-rule know-nothing
ask nothing ot the standing of thc different Insurance Companies,
and rely on the-judgement ol the agent. I have never had a loss
but'that was settled promptly and saiislactory. I respectlully solicit
your Insurance business.
c. s. MCCALL.
Our l^Tew Ijine
-TH E DIR EOT NV A Y -:
EAST. WEST. ?5
BENNETTSVILLE & CHER AW B. R.
5 .AIR LINE RAIL WA Y. Vi
b Leave Bennettsville *7.00 a. m., 4 00 p. rn. >~
p Arrive Cheraw *7.60 a. m., O OO p. m. o
X DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. ^
"i * Direct connections at Cheraw with through truiu? to
tho North, East, South and West.
X The short linc and quickest time lo Wilmington, Chm lotte, Atlanta,
5 Raleigh, Hiciimond. Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New V'ork, xv
JJ Boston. Buffalo, Pittsburg and all points North and East. g?
Jj , '*
The cii?rt line anl quickest time to Columbia, Savannah, Jacksonville,
Tampa. Montgomery. New Orlcaus and all points Sou;h and West.
Foi further information call on J. T MEDLIN, agent Bennettsville & j??
Cheraw R. R.. Bennettsville, S. C., or address JOS. W, STEWART ^
T P A., SEAHOABD Aia LINE RV., Columbia, S. C.
CIIARLICS F. STEWART, A. G. 1'. A , S.A L, Ry. Savannah, Ga.
Do You want A GRAIN DRILL!
ff so, Get The Best.
We sold in this Con iffy last seasov IT,KV !of thc tl Far
mer's Favorite G-rain Drills." every one of
them gave -cried satisfaction. \\ t> tj??rantce fJicm to please.
I?" "1 what si. *nc of our customers have to ny :
MR. P. A. H... G IOS,
1 um very much pleased with ilie '.K.-irmj'rs Favorite (Lain
1>I iii" bought of you lust season, I have planted my crops of (Lia, Wheal. Peas
ind Sorsum Cane, and it luis niven me satisfaction. Win ri. I nave been nutting
I Knur Rudie's Oats when Bowed with hand, I timi Two aad a Hull I'urhels i? M;??
eionr when sowed with Drill. Signed J. V. BREEDJliN,
This is to certify that wc planted our cron of small grain with ibo "Fanner's
Favorite Grain Drill" last season and are plcused with it in every purtioulnr. Wo
|)!anted a? much as .six bushels Rod Rust Proof Gats per nero, and in evoiA" inslr.ne.5
it gave us a perfect .stand, and bas given entire aatisfueiiou. We hear.ily fv nu
mend it. Signed T, S. anti l?. W. EVANS*.
MR P. A, HODGES
Tho "Farmer's Favorite Grain Unit" bought of'you bas
u-iven entire satisfaction, and I heartily recommend it.
Signed J. C. HAMER.
See us if you Expect
to Buy a DRILL.
Sept 16, 100:1.
J. T. DOUGLAS. A. <?. DOU?LAS
J.T. DOUGLAS & BRI
Practical Pharmacists and Dealers ?II
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?&~ E rescript io ns emref ally eu inpounded al all /tours
and guarani ced lo be of ike J'urcsl Uruga and at
A full line Garden Seed & Onion Sets.
IViankful for pani liberal patronage toe solicit a conlinuaneeof sain
J, T, DOUGLAS
Jaanury: 1, 1904. AT THE OX.D STAND