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8. A. BROWN - - - Ediior
Fridav, August 12, 1904.
One year.% 1.00
PEN AND SCISSORGRA.FHS
Cheraw is waking up, a lodge
of I. O. C. F. was organized
there lae?t week
Senator George Vest, tho no
ble Statesman of Missouri, died
ou tho 7th, aged 74 years.
Two prisoners escaped from
the Darlington jail on the ?nd
by making a hole in the roof
and going ont on top.
Some of thc mills at Anderson
have beeu forced to close down the
rivers having gotten too low to
run tho machiner.
Fifteen hundred people assem
bled at Judgo Parker's residence
Wednesday to notify him of his
nomination. His response will ap
pear next week.
Judge Alton B. Parker, the
Democratic nominee for president
says strong argument eau be ad
vanced for tho re-election of a can
didate for two or moro torms.
Another horror is added to the
long list for 1904-a swollen
stream in Colorado causes the
smash of a railroad bridge with
a train of cars on it, and 100 peo
ple purishod in the fearful wreck.
Thc St. Louis exposition is not
coming up to tho expectations of
the managers financially and an
appeal has been made to the rail
roads for rodnced fares to increase
thc visitors, which fur tho first
inonthc were only about half the
number that attended the Chicago
lair lor the same period.
A New York paper says:
"Who will be the chairman at
Madison Square Garden in Oc
tober, if it cati be arranged for
Bryan, Cleveland and Parker
to speak from the same plat
form*" We despise to sec; the
word "chairman" used when it
will require the services of an
umpire with three strikers like
that at the bat.-Wilmington
There are lower domoorats in
the country than there are repub
licans just because there aro few
er people that are willing to graul
?<r.d? i: ? be f ?J v ' ':, mt LU. r'glP*
i?^tbo m KC i von anti wi > ?r<? villi g
v" iel each tuf v.;-:.-J i: ' i n ..
bottom. Whet, ilciti rnV ? i iii
votes of other people temporarily
allied with them. T.;o democrat
ic party with nobody in it but si
mon pure democrats would make
a mighty slim showing.-Florence
A precise Answer.
Tlie following anecdote is
submitted lo professional gen
tlemen who give evidence be
fore coroner's juries: A witness
Tor the prosecution in a murder
case was thus questioned by his
"You say you saw the man
shot at and killed'"
"You said, 1 think, that the
charge struck the decease on big
body, between the diaphragm
and the duodenum."
"No sir, 1 didn't say no such
thing. I said he was shot be
tween the hog pen and the wood
Now Manager for Charlotte.
Mr. W. T. McKay, of Ben
nettsville, S. C., will become
manager of the Charlotte branch
of the Southern Cotton Oil com
pany on September lf>tb, when
the resignation of Mr. John W.
Todd as district manager will
become effective. Mr. McKay
has been connected With the
company in important positions
for the past six or eight years
and for some time has been man
ager of the mill in Bennettsville.
There ?ire few more dangerous
enemies lo the peace and com
lori o? everyday life than the
people who speak hastily, who
lly into a passion af every trill
ing matter : when tlie storm has
passed the}' expect to remove
trace of it and blot from mern
orv the unkind things that they
The longue is a dangerous
weapon and should be carefully
guarded : unkind words once
uttered live in the heart und
memory long after tin'y are
spoken. Even though they are
false they make ti wound which
is hard to heal. Because we feel
disagreeable, is no reason why
vv should make someone else
sailer. We are all selfish, but
we can and we ough (o avoid
those outward bursts of ugliness
I hut annoy other people. -J Jim p.
Wo lib rd College.
The attention of thu young men
of this count y is called to tho ari
nouccmont for fall session of this
time honored institution. It is not
too soon lo begin to look about for
Hie school that, will pienso you
. i:Bt. A postal to tho President or
Secretary will hiing you fh< in
formation you desire.
- , , ? i ru i- i
Mr. Editor-Nows is scarce this
week. Everybody ia grumbling about
the raiDS or Ute candidates.
Miss Nell Pegues Evans ?B visiting
friends in Bennettsville this week.
Quite a large congregation attend
ed the Quarterly Conference at New
Hope church Saturday and Sunday.
Hon. W. D. Evans loaves to-ni gb t
to attend a meeting of tho Directors
I ut Ciomson College.
Mr. W. C. McLean, manager ol
ho Eagle Brick Mill as having a time
with his brick. The rains have stop
ped work and he has already lint a
Mrs. Nauie G. Shipp lost a fine
Jersey cow a few days ago.
A petition ia being signed up to
havo Ii. F. D. No 2 started from this
oiUco to supply the patrons of PinoB,
S. C., that office havh g beoa discon
tinued on account of poal master R
Ii McLeod moving away to Hoffman
We regret to lose him, as ho was a
good clever gentlemau.
Wo arc ?sorry to learu that Misa
Susie Shipp, who is spending the sum
mer with relatives at Bell Buckle,
fenn, is quite sick. We hopa for a
j speedy recovery.
Tiie Thomas S. Smith is visiting
frieuda in Binden county, N. C. He
says he has some old war comrades
over there that he likes to visit, but
we dou't kuow BO much about that.
We think it rather a lady, aa Widos??
ers never like tho company of mon so
much aa all that.
Mrs, P. W. Davies, the wife of our
clever and accommodating Railroad
agent, with little M?BB Margaret, ro*
turned Saturday night from an ojc
tuidcd visit to relatives and friends
at Cliupel Hill, Raleigh and Smith
Wo are sorry to roport that Mr. F.
W. Davies our Railroad agoutis quito
Redmond Dunn, a tenant on Col.
Ii. M Pegues" plantation died ou thc
August 8th 1904. Hex,
DOTS FROM SWEAT SWAMP.
Mr. Editor-I will try and give you
a few dots iront thia corner. Wo arc
having plenty of rain. Some say too
much for cotton; the corn crop ia fine.
Tho cotton weigher election was
belli on I he ?1 til at Clio. Mr. McInty
re was elected again, but Mr. Stubbs
gave bim a liv Cl/ chase on the second
run. The election drew a largo crowd
and there were several of the county
candidutcs on hand, all in good humor
talking fur votes. AVe have some ol
tho old soldiers out thia lime who are
competent for the placea they seek
mid there are olhcre out for county
j offices who left nothing out for the
redemption oi Marlboro couuly in thc
darkest days of her history; men who
left their owu business to work for thc
benefit of Hie people of the county
' j i.'.'i who wearied not until tho vron):
I . right *\-nm. who hay's spun!
. ii . svnd ni' : iibd havo m><
': .'ii given 'KV.V di anything ?lte. .U
j .'?hoy: tiro f?lh oornp?tcnl to fill UK
. they balik vii bit give <'.,?:>
a snowing Lum tiuiu.
Mr. Editor, coma down aud soi
some of the Sue crops in this corner
, Mr. O'Neal on Mr. W. B. Ivey'i
. place has about the fiuest colton ic
tbiu section, Iiis lot posts are pretij
liigb but the cotfon is higher Hu
no1 . also ?6 lino. Mr. Wall has a fin?
cr . but Mr. O'Noal beata him.
Tito crops are all goodin thia ssc
' til?) but I think Mr. O'Neal ia a little
Olio, Aug 8, 04. Mc.
liottor Than Uold.
" I was troubled for several years will
ehronio indigestion and nervous (lability*
writes F. J. Greon. of Lancaster. N. li
"No remedy helped me until I begin
. using Electric Hitters, which did ni
; more good limn all the medicine I cvci
: used, Tliey have also kept my wife ii
excellent health for years. She H*yu Elou
trie hitters aro just splendid for fcmal
troubles; that they arc a grand tonia am
invigorator for weak run dowu women
No oilier medicino can take its place i
our family." Try them. Only 50c. Satis
1 l'action guaranteed by J. T. JJougla
FAMILY MILEAGE TICKET
? GOOD IN SOUTH CAROLINA NOV
SOLD BY SEABOARD AIR LINK
Commencing march 25th, th?
1 Seaboard Air Line Railway, it
? com pl ian eo with tho new law, havi
' on sale DOO mile family tickets
good for the uso of the immediate
1 members of one family, betweet
? stations within tho State of Soutr
' (.'atolina on tho line of the Sea
board Air Lino Railway. Thest
tickets are sold at$2f?,G0 and ar?
limited to one year from dato o
1 Tho popular Intercbatigcabh
book, good over 25 different lines
will continue on salo under sami
1 conditions as heretofore.
For further information applj
1 to Seaboard agents, or a dure si
1 Jos. W. Stewart Tra v. Pass. Agoni
Columbia S. C.
One was pale and sallow and tho otliei
fresh and rosy. Whence tho difference'
She who is lilu-hine willi health uses Dr
Ein?'.- New Lifo i'ills to maintain it. Bj
^?enlly arousing tho lazy organs they coin
pel good digestion and Ima,! o?f constipa'
lion Try them. Only :!f>o ut J. T. Doug
il MU IB ?!! WWill l-IM Ml--?
Valuable Resident Property
IN EAST BENNETTSVILLE
WEST SHIR EVFRETT 8T.
CONSISTING of 2} noron, ono largo Ito
hid once-C rooms. Vino watur, ?up
pli- >v pump ht door ot stove room. One
: Beryani homo, barna, atablen, ?fco.
One Hinallrr rcnidence, 5 tooms. Fine
water, supplied l>y pomp.
This property to bo sold for partition.
Itu nicely Rituatcd, pcifcotly drainod and
I healthy. If you want ono of tho bout
j resident properties ia ItennotUville now ia
your limo. Apply to
Aug. 10. G. W. WADDIIX.
THef? bas b'ceri 3o inlicit talk l?teiy
about .,R?t?Ut?ti,,, ?nd as it ls the main |
issue iii the present county campaign,
that I have been constrained to say a
tew words in defense of our present very
able and efficient officers.
The people of Marlboro County are
very fortunate indeed in having had tor
the past eight or ten years men like
Drake, Oreen, Thomas, Coward, and
Stanton and Sherrill, (every one ol whom
is a hightoncd christian gentleman) in
?their public olliccs, and it has been said
that the books ot these officers arc the
best kept, and the Court House itsell
kept in Detter condition' than ever bet?re
in the history of the County. Now, in
di reason, are the good people ot Marl-,
'toro going to turn the cold shoulder on
these good and faithlul men, or are they
-?oing to reward them tor their efficiency
hy continuing them in the offices which
diey have brought up to such a high
plane? Must we drop these good men
whom we know to be ali righi in the dis.
charge ol thc duties of their offices for
men who may bc all right, and lor thc
?limpie childish reason ot rotation? These
are questions to be answered at the
polls by the intelligent voters ol this
Some may say that lhere are other
good men who want the offices. Well
surely that argument wont ?lo, because
there are entirely too many good men
tor us to hope to rotate all ot those who
want these offices-wc haven't offices
One more point ami lam ?lone. When
you get a good physician in your house
do you turn around and say th.it you
have had him long enough and that you
jJTuist rotate him out and get another
^doctor whom you hope is just as good?
When you get a good minister in your
church do you turn him out just because
some other preacher wants his place?
No, you hoot at the idea. Well, now tell
me the difference ? These men. alt ol
diem, get your money to work, for you.
and if you turn out thc ''old reliables,"
Stanton, Drake, Green, Coward and
Thomas, then you must also turn out
the good preachers and doctors, "Not
because they are int doing their duty
acceptably, oh, no, but because there
are others wanting their places !"
Voters ol Marlboro, show your appre
ciation ol these men anil their faithlul
work hy sending them back, and you
wil neyer regret it!
NOT A CANDIDA! K.
Bennettsville, S. C., Aug 2, I904.
.Nearly Forfaits Hts Lifo.
A runaway almost ending fatally, start
ed a horrible ulcer on the log of J. li.
Omer, Franklin Grove, lil. Foi lout
years it defied all doctors und all remedie?
But Buoklcn's Aruica Salve had n<
trouble to cure him. Equally good foi
B?ros, muiscs, Skin Eruptions ami
Files. 2?o at J. T. Douglas Drug Store.
The Seaboard Air Line Railroad to
Virginia Coast Resorts.
Un Wednesday. August ITlh, the Sea
board Air Line Railway will run theil
fourth annnal excursion to Old Foin;
Comfort. Virginia Beach and Ocoai
Tickots will be sold for both morning
and evening train? at thc low round trii
r *- r- Coiurrbw Om?W
uni Ohcravr, and tvill bil !.? <..! rei? 4
oatiian-f iiiCIU'-bn: .> ?pt?nd.ci !
o?d Pond <:> iio/i h.;.:: ? i
Hoing via either IV.rtsubmd) thai 3*ci 1
or VA HiiHuiiOni! ?...?> t\ fie I). ll y i
'I liotn oxcursiobi tire bcemmng
pOpUlUr uw:i_, rum. J.U? ijuanuaiu v.
unequaled service, short line, and havt
two trains daily ia cacti direction.
For full Information and reservatio!
call on neatest Soaboard agent, or address
Jos. W. Stewart. T. F. A., Columbia
SVECI AI. REPRESENT ATI VE in th!
coutily and adjoining territories, lt
represent and advertise an old estub
belied business house of solid Unan
cial standing. Salary $21 weekly, wit)
Expense advanced each Monday b;
cheek direct from headquarters. Horsi
and buggy furnished when necessary
position permanent. Address Blev
Bros <& Co.. Dept A, Mouon Bldg.
Escaped un Awful l''ato.
Mr. ll. Huggins of Melbourne, Fla.
writes, "My dootor told ino I bad Con
sumption and nothing could bo dunc foi
me. 1 was given up to die. Tho offer 0
1 free Dial bottle of Dr. Kings New Dis
co vc 1 y for Consumption, induced mc t
try it. Results wore startling. I am nov
OD thc road to rcoovciy and owe all tn
Dr. King's New Discovery. lt aurel]
saved my life." This groat euro ?ri guaran
teed for all throat and lumc diseases b
J. T. Douglas Druggist. Pi ico 50J au?
*1 OU Trial bottles free.
COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON,
Charleston, S. C.
ll'Jtli Year Begins Sept tuber 30.
Letters, Science, Engineering
ODC scholarship giving free tuition t
each county of South Carolina. Tuitb't
$10. Board and furnished room in Dor>
tnitory, $10 a month. All candidate* foi
admission are permit tel to compete for
vacant Boyeo scholarships which pa}
$100 a year. For catalogue, address,
Citation For Letters of Administration
STATE OE SOUTH CAROLINA
MARI.KOKO' COUNTY--By Miltoi
McLaurin, Judge of Probate,
t AIUKUKAS, Rufus M. Pugnen IIAH mud
IV'ilario Huit to mo to grant unto hin
bottom of Administration, Do bonis Koo
of the Estate und Elfcots of Wesley I.
Tiloso aro therefore to cito mid adinoniol
all and singular tho kiudroil and creditor
of tho enid Wpaloy L, Pogue? deo'd, thu
they ho mid nppour before mo in thc Com
of Probate to bo hold at BennottHvillo ot
tho 15th day of August, loot, nftor pub
lioution thereof, ut li o'clock in tho foro
noon, to show cauao, if uny they have iv lo
uuiil udniinistrution should not bo grunted
(??ven under my hnud, thin ist day o,
AugiiHt A. D., 1004.
Aug s, 1904, Judge of Probate.
For County Treasurer
1 hereby announce myself a candidat!
for llie office of Treasurer ol' Marlbon
county, subject to the rules of tho Denni
eratic primary, plodiriug myself In abide
the result thereof and support ibo nomi
nees ol'same, WM. EVANS/
Tu the Presidents ol tho Dot?- ic
Clubs of Marlboro County.
The following candidatos ?av-J
lng filed their pledges and paid
their aseesinonis fixed by tho Dem
ocratic Executive committee, will
be voted for the chico named, nu
der the rules governing Primary
elections. The first primary to bo
held Aug. 30th, and second if ne
cessary Sept. loth.
House of Representatives
T. A. Bristow.
W. W. Btuco,
J. P. Buuel),
il. li. CoviDgtOD,
J. P. Qibaon,
D. D. McColl Jr,
S. J. Molimin,
Clerk of Court
Ltwia M. Covington,
Jamen A. Drako.
lt. ij. Freeman,
J. C. Blinbur,
John B. O roon.
W. A. lliasbmv,
J. P. Mci Ol vary,
J. E Ungern,
W. P. itogfi?-,
G. I. Sherrill.
J. P. EdonB,
N. B. Boge rn,
J. IJ. Thoma?,
Sujit. of Education
W. L Stontoo.
M. E. Coward,
A J. JOUCH,
.Inc. T. Odom,
J. J. Turi,
C. P. Covington.
Ceo^e N. McCall.
July f;tf, 1.90*1.
C. S. MC
Managers of Primary
Tho Demacrado Executive
met Augu?: -, l?J?-l. in ilie (
at Bennettsville. Thol'ollowi!
were present: ?V.\i Cibson, S
W. B Drake, .i. N. Drake,
Hug, W. ll. Mortis ami tho c
man C. S. McCall. Thc !', !!<
ger* ol I'riniaiy Elections io
gust :iU, und Sept iiiHi:,- 13. wc
.1 dams ville-Joe1. Qibson,
or, W J Athone, Jr.
S Cline tl Ville-A J David,
Thoa. P Oillospio.
BrighlsciUf-J. MoB. Hi
Odom, Jr., aright Stubbs.
Bi ountwillc-H M Hodge
J T Donalilsuo,
Clio --Levi lvey, M J COY
7': * ; . T* '.: . Frack Mao
nv r, Jr McKiui|?h.
Jet Quick i .\ Ihxfh v.
r. tl tirant, ' ? . " '. ' '
M?r?Voi V - Citfi -W 7 rCj?ly,
McLOll-J B. Tatum, W B. il .
Red Hill-n c Coxc, Robert
W L John.
Smithville-Thomas P. Sm
Pegaos, Jamos Bennett.
Tatum-J B EnstcrHtijr, J .
Tho managers ol" elections
'lorie dollar 1er ene day at ea
" i and thc manager who returr
box io BounettKvill? after old
paid one dollar for each of tl
pei foi med.
Ono momber o? each board
of election will serve as clerk
will be (mid foi his services.
Tho candidates for Congro
eitor will be excused from p
sessinents ?inposed by this o
they have already boen ass
State Executive Committee.
The County Executive Co
canvassing board will meet
ville on Thursduy, tho first
tomber, lo canvass tho rctur
C. S. Mi
J. N. Drake, Sccty.
(?>. l''all in linc and
cent Whi;.e barbers-no
anything offensive to tin
GOING TO MC
Dr. .). A. liaison w
\ it? his oiliee ?iii ihirlii
j the Isl of .1 lily. ()
? j Lou ml midway bet."
i j Douglas's I>rug Stor
11 nilson's ellice. Et
sign in front td' ollie
.1 une IO, I'.)(?!.
7,11 ref to oi
.i: SI !'.:..:
di .'. T,
STATIS Ol'" Kt M ! il
County <>!' Marlb?r
McL turin, Judgo id'
?fXTIllSHKAS, Clin i>
" * made >uit to mo t?
betters nf Administrador,
of and KfToct of Wm. W
These art therefore to
isl) ali ami siiiL'U'ai thc ki
hors ol'the said Win. W
ed. lint they be anil
in the Cour! ol' Probate
Bennettsville, C.. on
usf I 'JO 1 after publica tip
o'clock in tlie (oreti ton,
any they bave, why l!i
(ration should not be gr.
(.liven under my bani
August Anno Domini 1
While handling a gun
order is usually the st
order to prevent ncc
and to be sure ami 1
wnnt lo ! have einplo
Uuusinith fr.?m ('harli
' lias my gtir repairing .
charge, We are prepi ?
kind ol' li ni. gnu repair
older, (jive us a Irin
be convinced that wo n
give you satisfaction i
mansbip and promptnt
S. J. t
Tho ./ow vi.
F?r Upngl;ess--6tli District'
L hereby announce myself a candidate
;<y nomination to Congress Irom the
sixth district subject to the Democratic
primary, . '...'.
1 h< reby announce myself a candidate
ipr* Congress from thc Sixth Congress
ional i nstrict, subject to the Democratic
[uly i, 04 ,Q W. F. Dargan,
HcnJa of Representatives.
? Ki reby announce myself as a candi
la t 01 the House of Representatives,
t.to the rules of thc Democratic
nary arid pledge myscll to abide the
result bl same and support the nominees
i thereof. .
SIMEON J. MCINNIS.
july 14th 1904.
a candidate for 10 election to tho
liuuHi >f Representatives, subject to tho
>f tho Democratic Prima y.
D. D. McConn, Ju.
reby annouoco uiysuli u candidato
tot ? lTouse of Repr?sentatives from
irO County Bubjcot to thc; rules of
1 Democratic Primary, onJ pledge
to nbido the result thereof and
t the nominees of Bame.
6, 1904. w, \v. nnfcB.
For C lerk of Court
oroby nu uni m co my Rolf a candidate
' i-olootion to tho office of Glork of
for Marlboro County. South Ono.
lubject to the rulos of tho Domo
i Primary, and plodc? myself to sup
tbe nominen!! thereof.
JAR. A. DIIAKB.
rll 35th, 1904.
horoby nnnounco myself a candidate
ilerk of Court Bubjoct to tho action of
H L. 1'ttKE.MAN.
hereby niiuounce myself as a can
lie f ur tho office of Civi le of Court
?Ni a ri boro County, subject lo thc
! ?S and regulations governing the
moe ratio Primary IDlection.
Li.wis M. COVINGTON.
hereby announce my candidacy lor
office o! Sherill ol Marlboro County
yect to the mies ol thc democratic
JOHN C. DUNitAK,
I hereby aaucubco myself ti caudidatc
ro-c! iction to th? oil! <. <>f Sherill' ol
riboru county, suhjoot lo ibo action ol
i Democratic Primary, pledging myself
abido tho result of same and to support
j nomiuC' B thereof.
July S, 1904. J. Ii. G UREN.
I hereby announce myself as a camb
le lor office ot Sherill' ot Marlboro
ninty at thc coming Primary Injection,
pledge myself, to abbie by the result ol
id Primary Klection and to support
. e nominees ol same.
July 1,0.04. W. P. ROGERS
I [(archy announoo wy '.' ?, i.vndidut?
j '?): *,i.- ntl .-, . '. 8h * : 0 M ?rlboro T>ant>
?eH '.o Lht rulos of :.; 1 x>oinnoratio Pri
i ir.oty. and pledge mynel ..> abide tho rt.
j ?ul'; i?C ta? -.uii" ?"-.'1 support tho ?eni?neet
. r...u..j ulttuUun.
W. A. HUNSTtAW.
' fiTay 2. 1904,
hereby announce* myself aa a candidat*
oflice of Sherill of Marlboro Count,}
; i :bn coming Primary Election. 1 pledge
self to ??bille by the result of said Pri
ry Election and tu support tho nominee,
Vpril 4th 1904. J. E. ROGERS.
1 hereby announce myself a candidat?
: tho office of Shoril? of Marlboro county
I'ject to tho action of the DcmocraH
unary, and pledge myself to abide th
?ule thereof and to Bupport thc nominee
JAS F. McGinvitAv.
April 5th, 1904.
For County Supervisor.
I hereby nnnounca myself a candidat
or re-oleoti?n to tho oflice of Suporvisor o
Marlboro county at tho coming primar;
?ectioh, Babjoct to tho rulo* govorniug th
'-.mic, and pledgo myself to abido tho resol
thoreof and support the nominees of sail
May IS," 1901 M. E. COWARD.
I hereby announce myself n eaudidat
for tba olllee <.f County Supervisor, Bnhjcc
to tho action of tho Doinocratio primar]
pledging myself to abide the result of th
name, mill to Rapport tho nominees of sal
primary oloel ?on
April o'li, 1904. A. J. JUNKS.
1hereby anuou'ice myself BB a candida)
for the o?li.v ol County Superviso'
riu'ojoct to the aetien of tho Democrat!
Mob 28, 1904. J. J. TAUT.
For Superinton?ent of Eilucalioii
l hereby annouaoc myself a candidat
for thc oilieu of Superintendant of Eluoa
Lion ot Marlboro County, -u'ijoct to thc
action o' tho Demo-i .tic Primary.
Ait i nen EASTKUMNCI.
July 19, 1904.
I hereby announce myaclf a candidat
for re-election to the olllee of County Sup
orintendont of Education, aubject to th
actio.-] of tho Democratic Primaiy.
W. L. STANTON.
Apiil 26 1904.
For County Auditor.
I hereby announce myself a candidat*
for re-election to the olhce ol Auilito
ol Marlboro county at thc coming pri
mary election, pledging myscll to abide
thc resuit tbcreol, anil to support thc
nominees of the same.
CHAS. [. S11ER RI LL.
June 22, 1904.
For County Treasurer.
I hereby announce myself a candidat!
for the olllee of Tronsurrr of Murlbon
: county, subject to thc rule-, governing thc
Doinocratio primary, and plodgo myself tc
abide tho reault of same and to support thc:
nominee? thereof. JMK P. KnBNS,
July iS, 1904.
I hereby nnounce myaoif a candidate
tor re election to tho 1 flee of County
Treasurer-Subject to tho rule? governing
the D?mocratie Primary.
J. II. THOMAS.
Cotii?T?r OT ,??AUL?1OK0.
CLEMENT MANLY, Plaintiff,
T. A. Blythe, P. iU Corr, aud H. E
Summons for Relief-Complaint not
lo r'-o Defendants. T. A, Blythe, P. H.
O - and II. E. Fries,
You are hereby Summoned and rcquir
ed to answer the complaint in thin action,
which i* Oled in tho office of tho Clerk of
the Court of Common Pleas in and foi
tho County aud State aforesaid, and to
sorvo, a copy of your answer to the said
Complaint on tho subscriber at his office
in BEN NETTS vit. LE. S. C, within
twqnty doys after tho scrvico hereof, ex
clusivo of rho day of such service'; ami
if you. fail to answer t lie complaint with?
iu tho timo aforesaid, tho plaintilT in
this notion will apply to the Court for
thc relief demanded tn tho complaint.
Hated dunc 2d, A, D , 1904.
[SEAL.] J. A. DRAKE, Clerk.
T. W. BOUCHIER,
To tile Defendants, T A. Blythe, P. II,
Corr and H. E. Eries :
Please take notice that thc Summons
in this action, of which thc foregoing is
& cony, was filed in the office of thc Clerk
of thc Court of Commou Picas at Ben
nettsville, in thc county ol Marlboro io
tho Stato of South Carolina on thc 28lh
day or Juno, A. H., 191)1.
T. W. BOUCHIER,
Bennettsville, S. C.
July 14. 1904-Gt
ELECTRIC LIGHT SYSTEM.
Rule No II. Parties wishing the elec
tric plant run after midnight will be ac
commodated at thc rate ol Three Dol?
lars lier hour or part thereof by making
written application to thc Chairman of
thc Board stating length ol time he
wished the plant run and accompanying
the request by thc cash.
Rule No. 12 Any person using
Electric Kans 12 inch size shall pay One
I Dollar per month on Flat Kate.
WOK F GHI) CO bb EG E
SPARTAN BU RC, S.O.
HENRY N. SNYDER, Lilt. D., M. A..
Four fall College courses, Favorable I
-nrrounditifc.i Cleveland Soien?fl Hull
Gymnasium Athletic giouuds. filstyear
begins Sept. 21st 1 Ott I.
For Catalogue apply to.
J. A GAMEWELL. Secretary
W0FF0RD COLLEGE FITTING
SCHOOL, Spartanburg, S. C
Elegant new building. (Jarelul attention
to individual student. Board and tui
tion for year $110. All intormation
given by A. M. DuPRE,
July II, 1904. Head Master.
Manufacturing Works j
*!fflIF, BusiooHs' recently knotvti aVihV.
X CLIO ny ? ELT I ?IA
RING CO , will hereafter be known a;
TUM CLIO NOVELTY MANUFAC
TURING WORKS, with F. H. 1VEY
.-ole owner and director,
Thc latest improved wood workinj
machines arc being placed for doing al
kinds ol'Novelty work for builders use a
Mr. 1'. A. Hodges is agent at Bennctt
viiln and ?ill take your orders.
Ocr 2:;, PJ03.
FOR SAIJE 2
A Bicycle l'or a lady or Gents
color Blade or Blue with in
whorls and rubber tires.
S. J. Pearson.
WE JST1LL FEED
WuKit In town and you want a good
inoul, remember wo caa Herve you.
A good meuV for 350. Restaurant
north of tho Market.
FRESH OYSTERS in ovory stylo.
D. J. BRAYBOY
t, Bennettsville & Cheraw Railroad
?Tras -^arW^j mf ia tm v. _???fjp3
Commencing Monday Nov. y, IC03,
and until taillier notice, trains between
Cheraw and Bcunettsvillc will lie operated
,? I on thc following schedule, daily exec].;
WEST BO! NU F KO M DENN KITS VILLE
THAIN Leave Bennettsville li li ;i m
43 Leave IO verdi's ", j" a m
Leave Kolloek's 7 IO a m
Arrive Cheraw 7 5u a m
TRAIN Leave Bennettsville ! ?.. ;. ...
Loa vc Everett's . ?.ti p m
Leave Kollock's .'> .0 p ?.
Arrive Cheraw C DO p tn
EAST 1501N1) FROM CIIBUAW.
TRAIN Loave Cheraw . s lt) a ir.
38 Leave Kohock's S 20 a m
Leave lOvcrott's s 3"> a m
Arrive Bennettsville 9 00 a in
TRAIN Leave Cheraw 9 25 p in
32 Leave Kollock's '.? lid p in
Leave Everett's (.> 50 p in
Arrive Bennettsville 10 20 p m
A. G. PAGE, SUIT.
Cheraw, Nov. 7, 1903.
I Kl LL THC COUCH
f AND CURE THE LUNGS
0UGH8 and 50c A $1.00
OLDS Freo Trial.
Surest and Quickest Cur? for all
THROAT and LUNG TROUU
I*ES, or MONEY BACK.
To discover who has thc weaker
side of an argument wait and seo
which is the first to begin calling
- WE HAVE SOME SPECIALS m
mi W1S1 II) CALL wit minos mi
? LADIES DRESSING TABLES or CASES in CudV?M|
)/f^ Eye Maple, (Quartered Ouk aud Bamboo-all ptettyj^?
^Twelve Pieco TOILET SETS, from *>1 to $7.50-as niee?$?|
? as you seo in this market. ?C.?fi
JARDENELLE STANDS ! Some pretty designs ia^^
Bird's Eye Maple with decorated figures. L^\/-v
J?ft arrived tho prettiest Hue of HALL HACKS for tho money iog$g?
||g Now if you want any FURNITURE
COME ANO SEE US.
3g| DONT BK FpOLBD BY TALK, But lot FACTS DECIDE' c^-g
f??We have the largest stock of Fumi-o
M ture in BENNETTSVILLE. S
5^ BOUGHT IN CAR LOAD LOTS, which means A SAYING olv^
H G. W. Waddill & Son. ??
|1| July 21, 1904
HARDWARE Ol? WMWmi
1 I'HIUVElIt Cl; UUi\liflil\0Siii
SECOND HAND 60 SAW M Wlli
. IHK & COpillft,
i . ?h second Xfl ?M V AN fjlM F?f ?
^..-Ifet, hancl ?)U&flM WINKLE . ..
Tho Ci I ns mentioned abo ve have been wo$8ra
over, All woril parts replaced w?t?) ??\v
ones and they are guaranteed TO GJYI? * OL
July 14, 1901.
-< SE ABO ARD;
_AIR LIME RAILWAY.
FOURTH ANNUAL EASTERN
Seashore - Excursion
OLD POINT COMFORT.
VIRGINIA BEACH AND
OCEAN VIEW, Va.,
Wednesday, August 17.
FROM COLUMBIA, CAMION, CHERAW,
<;<)OJt RETURNING UNTIL AND
Itu Ind??u St'pfetHbcr J. IfJO-J.
Doubla ?aiiy servioe in both Directions, ^
CONSULT NEAREST SEABOARD ACE N'T.
JOS. W STEWART, T. P. A-, Golun?bia, S. C.
>r<v*ot<>t<5yf>?<>T- >t<>T<>$<>3!< >Tv>T< >-?<><.<>r<> -<'v<
Practical Pharmacist and Dealer in
Pure BX) ni s s and Paient Bfficdi'/nios
P/a/w and Fancy Stationery and School Supplies
Paints, Oils, Varais?i, Bsuslies,
GLASS and PUTTY.
^_FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO. ^>
J're.scftfj(iona carefully compounded at all ?lours
and guarani oed to bc of the Purest Drugs ano at
X full line barden Seed & Onion Seis.
Thankful for past liberal patronage we solicit a continuanceof sa m
Ut ii iJuuuum? SM mw i
Jaanury: 1, 1904, AT THE OLD STAITD