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BEN1TETTSYILLE, S. 0.
UV S. A. RBOWN A CO.
Ofllcc on Marion Street Opposite
Friday August 19, 1904.
OFPICB Up stairs in Crosland Building,
BBNNETT8VrL.I?E. B. O.
DR. J. L. GIBSON,
Oip.cc Ova- Isuacttohn's Stitre,
BENNETTSVILLB, S. C.
If ll. NEWTON, JENNINGS K. OWENS.
NEWTON & OWENS,
Attorneys at Law,
BENNETTSVILLE, So. CA.
Offices Over Planters National Bank.
DUDLEY & WAIT,
ATTORNEYS AT I.AW,
BENNETTSVILLE, S C.
th W. BOUCHIER,
? Attorney ut Law,
Bennettsville, S. 0.
Office on Darlington street near Posta
I slcgrapl; office. January, 1809.
Attorney at Law and
Otllco in Court House.
22, C. MORRISON j
lectiician . - Machinist,)
BOX 57 FLORENCE, S. C. .<
mlrnctor for Electrical work and dealer
in Klcctrical supplies Hot Air Pump
ing Engines and (.?as Engines installed.
Pipe* tutting and ucncral uiacbiue work.
August 20, 1903.
WHERE TO GO.
, \vc.:\.- u Lilt M (> MAW, i?
W-fn-h.-r?Cl. U .'*. N ( Nt j OtiT and Rt: I
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?Sgnjfi . ..!?.:.;::, yu
ure euro Treatment, IF YOU WILL,
(3ALL ON ME AT MY OFFICE next
'.oor north of tbe Postoffice-thc white
S. J. PEARSON,
_Flowers 1 Flo WITS !
Mrs. J no S. Moore lias a line
tot of Geraniums, Begonias
Iferns, Falms and other plants,
veli rooted, that she desires to
ell Cuttings ?f?e per dozen.
HAVE YOU A HIGH TEMPER V
Answer Boforo Realnir This?
Some people have worms anil ?lten
ton'i kcow it. The doctor is too polite
o tell them. Here are some ol the
ymptoms : A sick feeling in chest,'
..hoking cough with tendency to gag.
iiddcn uneasiness and pains in stomach
tching around corners ot nose. AH
hese, and more, indicate worms. An
rrhable temper is one ol the surest]
.igns ol Worms in adults and children.
.Cing's Vermifuge is the cure, and it isl
ure. For very young children gire I
Cing's Worm Candy, which is pleasant j
-tastes good. Children like it. The j
nice tor each is 25 cents.
Horses Do ti ot Sich.
When a horses and mules are poor I
t is not always and indication that they j
lo not get enough to eat. Many ani
??is, just like human beings, have in-1
ligestion or the system is all run down
md a tonic is needed, lt is not the a.
mount ot lood eaten that makes muscle I
iiM? fat. More depends upon the prop
:r digestion or assimilation ol the lood
han is commonly supposed. Nothing
las yet been discovered that will build
ip a horse or mule better than Ash
:rali's Condition Powders, the only
emedy In its class sold under a guar
mtee. Ask Mr. Smith Newton, lien
lettsville, tor it-the kind put up in dos
;s. And McColl Drug Co., McColl, S.
Rock Hill Buggies.
The agent Mr. P. A. Hodges bas
just received a carload of those hand
ionic buggies and if you want a line
buggy call on bim
Our Toxon Gorvernment.
MAYOR-P. A. Hodges
ALDERMEN-J, Frank Breeden, C. S.
Chaffin, A. G. Sinclair, W. W. Bate.
CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc
Laurin, Olfice open daily.
POLICE-J. F. David, U.C. Harper.
Marlboro County Officers.
Kif Eft I PF-J . B. Greon
CLERK OK CLERK-J. A. Drake
J HOOK ov PROBATE--M. McLaurin
CORONER-C. F. Covineton
SUPERVISOR-M. IC. Coward
SUPT. (EDUCATION-W. L. Stanton
TREASURER -J. IL Thomas
AUDITOR-Chas. [. Slierrill.
SENATOR-Ohos. S. MaCnll.
lt E PR KS KN r ATI VES-D. 1). MoColl, Jr.
J. I*. Bunch, Welcome Quick.
MAOISTAIES-C. D. Kasterling, T. L
IL L. McLaurin, McColl
.J oh ii A. Calhoun. (.Mio,
W. J. Atkinson, Blenheim,
I), D. Stubbs, Brightsville,
W. NV. Irby, Smithville:
Miss Pal Easterllng has been
spending a week in Wilmington.
Mr. Ellerbe Powers speot Sun
day and Monday in Wilmington
Miss Rachel Mittle loft Wed
nesday morning for Glenn
Mr. C. S. McCall left Monday
for the northen market for his
Col. Knox Livingston and wife
loft SSunday for Boston, to spend
Mrs. Sol Brown aud childron
left Wednesday morning for
We are glad to report that Mr.
J. T. Eason who has been quito
sick is much better
Mr. Edward Millie, now teach
ing at Bowman, Orangeburg, is
homo for a few days .
Mr. Jacob Isaacsohn loft Sun
day morning for Boston and
other northern points
Mr Thomas Fraser of Hebron
i.s visiting relatives in Scotland
and Richmond counties
Mrs. Ervin Powers returned
Saturday hight from a visit to
her daughter in Florence.
Mr and Mrs E. L. Hamilton re
turned homo Thursday night
li om an extended trip north.
Mr. and Mrs Ernest Adams of
Wilmington spent Saturday and
Sunday with his parents here,
Rev. Bunyan McLeod and wife
returned Friday morning via
Cheraw & Bennettsville, Ry.
Miss Ida Bounds who has boen
visiting her cousin Miss Nora
Bounds in Florence has return
Mr. Willis Turlington left Wed]
|nesday for the northern markets
to purchase his fall stock of cloth
ing for the boys
Mr. Cleveland Hubbard has
opened up a bicycle shop in rear
of C. B. Hubbard's store and will
bc glad to see his many friends
Mr. R. T. Barfield left Wed
nesday morning for California,
Penn., lo visit his daughter Miss
Ethel now there al school
Mr. James Smith, one of the
popular book keepers at M r. C. S.
McCall's store, left Friday morn
ing for his annual summer trip
to Saratoga. He will take in the
jSaposjlioii before ii? ?'?hi fiis.
Mr. David Mittle went to Beau
fort last week to take charge of
Mr. P. M. Epstin's business
while he visits the Exposition
and tho marts of Irado for tho
onrchas of his fall stock of goods.
Mr. Mittle will return about Hie
first of September.
li tb, Wvi 'Mir Irby ?ri '.' iiUhv.lle,
Ml i?'itbl tv< ' ol Ol . ibo rt'r.s M ri ry
' ?.;..- '. riimphtw nf Mr, A . ?<.
. ' ". ?itUtll iiliVs
Died At Dillon
Mrs. Bessie Carnes Carmichael,
a relative ol'Mrs. T. M. Web
ster, of our town and a visitor
to our town before lier marriage
last January, died at her home
in Dillon on the ?th-aged 28
Almost a Fire.
On Saturday night Inst, tho acci*
dcntiil np setting of a lamp nt tl e
homo ol'Mr. ami Mia S F. Powers
came near causing the IOSJ of bis
duelling. Thc accident happened in
bia purlor ami icsulted in the burn
ing of tlie window curtains, one or
two rugs, and serious damage to or
gan, carpet and s.'voral pictures on
the wall. The window fraino caught
and the Ho ir was burned in several
fi'aci8. It was a serious acare and Mr.
\>wers thought oue time all would
A ?Saleslady who has had ex
po ric nco, apply to.
STRAUSS & Co.
Tiio Amorican i'ooplo.
Tlie National Disease is nervous pros?,
tratioh, what is to lie the result ol all
this hurry, worry and work, sometiuvs
over-sometimes under ealing1, always
under beeping-brain and brawn in
constant state ot agitation and unrest
sleeping badly, dreaming, tossing, wak
ing? l)r. Kings has dev's d a remedy
il used aright. Kings Iron Tonic Bit
ters steadies the nerves, builds up the
waste, gives new start. Sold under
guarantee by Bennettsville Pharmacy.
A Now Candidate.
Mr M. Wallace Swann in the
new brick store near the Coast
Line Depot ?.arries a nice line
ol' staple and fancy Groceries,
fruits and confectionery. Ile
makes a specialty of oranges,
lemons ami bananas.
Mr. C. S. McCall represents
some good companies and will
give you all needed information.
Read his anvertiaement in other
TUB CU 11.IJ AMU P?SVBK BiOABON
is iii?: hardest of the year. The system
run down, blood impoverished-in no
condition to withstand the assaults ol
malaria and malaqua-'tis then we fall
Dr. K?HK'H Improvod Chill Tonio.
Will positively eui?: the worse case ol
Chills and Fever Many so called chill
cures will stop chills, but only King's
will cure. Sold by Bennettsville Phar
Yos, You Can
Get your rn zora made sharp
and keen, willi edge right for
shaving leaving the face smooths
and clean-at McLondon Bros.
Barber shop in Bennettsville.
Bring them a'ong and we'll
dd 111 can save you mooej
now Furniture. Road his ad
aturday was a fino day and
tho visitors Hooded the town
- Cotton around Clieraw has
fallen off 30 per cont says the
- The fall session of the Marl
boro Graded School opons Sop.
Mr, Thomas Fraser of Hebron
has a good all round gentle horse
that ho will sell at a bargain
- Mr. G. IV. Waddill has some
desirable property for salo
- A list of candidates appears
in another column. Only these
can be voted for iu tho primary.
,- You will savo money by
looking at Waddill's slock. See
his now advertisement ho means
- Tho few clear days this
week enabled the formers to
make good time pulling fodder
and lots of it was saved
- Fresh oranges, lemons and
bananas at W. M. Swami's near
Why is it that when cotton be
gins to open provisions get high
er? Tho market has not failed in
An alligator 5 ov 0 feet long
was seen at tho crook bridge Mon
day by somo fishermen and sev
eral shots were fired at him but
he escaped down the creek
Putting self to the front is al
ways dangerous. Gain to self is
never a right motive. How often
we fail to recognize this in dealing
with others or our selves.
pg?" Okra and tomatoes only
10c at Claude Moore's.
- Just received a Barrel of
"new ketch" Mackerel. They
are nice and cheap.
YV. M. Howe.
Lowboy's Candy, best made
At W. M. HOWE'S.
- The Twentieth Century Lib
rary hours are: Monday 4.30 to
6.30 p. m. Thursday 10 a. m. to
Bn>"' Artistic, neat, modero are thc
correct terms for McLeudou Bros, the
White barber Shop.
- Thc Baptist parsonage lot
at Blenheim is offered for sale
Soo .notice elsewhere.
- Re&?~T*2nnett & Covington's
ad about -*.^.ess\s. Pianos and
Sewing Machi hiL.*.Mfl c....
- Just recd a fresh"itme?.* P.
Ferry & Co's Garden Se?tf vi
at W. M. Rowe's.
- Fresh lot ol' canned Peas,
Pears, and Pig's Feet at Claud
LibtllJ?t GBVILlO J. h .1V !;! :10J.
aliftntiohol! iii a Kurting
I r ?j is i'ti i hi X i a ? lie ad .? r
i js?iiioni; iii ; ii- Drii^ iii ii.
now opened in the brick buil
ding on Marion street. Every
thing new and fresh in the lines
usually earrie . Call and see
them. Mr. Douglas Jennings is
A Chance For Bargains.
Messrs Strauss & Co., begin
this week to make room for fall
stock by reducing prices on
oods that you need. They are
offering bargain, and it will pay
you lo read their ad and give
[ hem a call.
Mr- ,J. L Grimes, Thomasville said;
"Alter recovering hom aspell ol tcver
my system was run down, anil lor three
months I did not work The first bottle
of Dr. King's Kidney and Liver Remedy
set me to going. I used three bottles,
and am now as stout as as when a
Hoc Bennettsville Pharmacy about it.
George W, Richardson, color
ed, gave the ignorant colored
people of Wilmington a scare
last week by holding meetings
among them and declaring that
the city was to be destroyed by
fire on Monday 15. Now that
the prophecy failed they are
hunting for Richardson, but lie
cannot be lound.
If the St Louis exposition Man
agers could only get the Railroads
to lower their raten of travel they
might increase thc attendance. All
the advertising possible will not
do more than has buen done.
- We are headquarters for
Butter and Cheese. We keep
nothing but the very best, and
guarantee both to suit you or
refund your money.
W. M. Rowe.
It Miulo Ulm Shako.
I wish to say a word in praise ol Dr.
King's Improved (Midland Fever Tonic.
I had chilis tor one year continually,
and tried all the chill tonics I could get
and also doctor's prescriptions, but all
failed to cure, l'art ol one bottle entire-,
ly cured me, and have not had chills
since. I recommend only King's. T. V.
HOWARD. Sold by Bennettsville Phar
A full line of J? J. Ileinza Co.
Pickles Preserves, Ketch ups, Sau
ces, Jellies ifcc. at
W. M. ROWO'B.
While being served nt thc
Win o barber's Shop-McLendon
Bros- ou will he kept cool with
electric fans already installed.
200 Pair Boys Knee
Pants 20c to 7.r>.
at C. B. Crosland's
- Up to date line of Ladiei
Shirt Waist Suits at the
C. B. Crosland Co.
Tho Epworth League Prayer meetloi
ni held evory Wednoeday eveiling in Un
Simony Babool room of tho Me th od io;
church at 8 o'clock, Tho public invited.
Thc hour for evening services at thc
chinches is now 8.30 o'clock.
Prayer meeting at the Baptist ohnrol
o vu ry Thursday eronlng %t 8 30.
Prayer meeting at the Methodist church
every Wednesday at S.30 p. m.
Prayer meeting at Presbyterian church
Thursday evening at 8 30.
The hour for Sunday School at thu
tfulbodist church bas'; been ohangod to
5.00 o'cloak in tho afternoon.
MARION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS.
THIRD BOUND-E. P. TAYLOR, P. E.
Brigbtsville, Boykin, August 4.
North Marlboro, New Hope, '* 6, 7.
Clio and Beulah, at Clio, Aug 13, 14.
Bcnncttsville at, Beauty Spot,
4 30 p. m. Aug 14, 15.
Dlonhoiiu et, Ebenezer, Aug 20.
Bennettaville Sta, Aug ig, 21.
Henue??ville &M0C0II, (night) Aug 20, 21.
Miss Cora Bell Rogers, daugh
ter of Hon. T. L Roger?, has been
advised that she has won ono of
the scholarships allotted to Marl
boro cou u ty. It takes hard study
to win this honor and Rho is to bo
congratulated on her success.
. - Mason's Fruit Jars at
W. M. Rowe's
College Of Charleston.
Attention is called to tho ad
vertisement of the College of Char
leston. This venerable institution
i.j, well endowed and tho scholar
ship is high. A young man can
graduate there ut a very reason
able coat and when ho completes
the course hus tho satisfaction of
knowing that his diploma means a
Letters addressed to the following named
peraonB remain uncalled for at the pout
oin cc in Bennettaville :
Charlotte Fields, Hattie Poar, Jae
McNeil, Tims E Mitchel, % W. C.
Humer, 2, Lula Graham.
C S. McCALL and T II GIBSON
have formed u partnership for the pur
pose ol' conducting a general Insurance
business in llie Town ol' Mc.Coll.
A full line of the BEST COMPANIES
lo select from, and prompt attention given
tn all business intrusted to u*.
August 4. 1904.
?Ile. ? - -
Specials at Mooro's. * -? *
Canned Tripe 20c each or 2 for
Heinzs Pickle-fresh and good.
Fifes IL jell; assorted- -only IO..
Ari ot? ur'H '.!?.?!?;.,. lu toinato.,
?nuco otijy 10 cents,
iluiiVzC's Wiiito Wino Vinegar !
BSr 50 Serge Coats and Vests|
in Long3, Stouts, and Regulars,
at the C. B. Crosland Co.
The four candidates for con
gress have three appointments
for this county:
Newtonville, August 1(5.
Blenheim, August 17.
Clio August 18.
Cool und Fresh.
.Mr. NV; M. Row? luis purchased
a large Refrigerator in his store,
and now Cheese, Uniter and perish
able goods are kept on icc, pure
and fresh all the limo. You gel
everything fresh and sweet.
Heady for You
Mr. Nesbit, au expert mill right
hus recently over hauled and put in
order Mr. A. J. M ul h emin'ti Flour mill
and you can now get your wheat
ground and eut homo raised bread.
TUE BAPTIST PARSONAGE LOT and
DWELLING containing about (2) two
acres of laud, centrally located in desirable
part of Town of Blenheim.
Apply to tho undersigned for partiulam.
W. B. DRAKE,
May lS, 19M Wm. EVANS.
t*&" Helter secure your needs in Mat*
lings while they arc goiug to low at Wad
dill it Son, uone better in towu. Tho
same good are being sold in llennttsville
at from .r? to S cts per yard higher- Will
show invoices in proof. See also their
Driven To Dooporatioii
Living at nn out of th? way placa re*
motu from civilization, a family is often
driven to desperation in enuc of accident,
reuniting in Burns, Gut?, Wounds, Ulcers,
etc. Lay in a supply of Bucklen'u Arnica
Salvo It's tho best ou earth 250 at J. T.
Prepared for the Work.
Mr. S. J. Pearson, the Jeweler, has
now one of the latent improvements
for engraving your name or initials
011 any article of gold or silver or
nhite in tho most up?to date manner.
The ea m pies bf work ni road y done hy
him are just line. Call add see him.
The Russel Wagons.
Mr. P. A. Hodges is opening a car
of theso durable wagons-ono and
two-horse, every one ot them guaian
teed against any defect in material
Iain prepared to till orders foi
wood-either for stove or chim
ney-at short notice. Leave
your orders at \V. M. Rowe's
store, they will recieve prompt
J. J M11 mierlyn.
. TIE BEHNETTSVtLLE PHARRflAC?>
Tm Now Open
And i eady to fill your orders in the Drug line
We carry u full linc of PATENT and PROPRIETARY KEM
ELJ ES and H well selected stodc of TOILET ARTICLES, PER
Fl'MEHY, STATIONERY, &c
-1 - wCr2V?,-^--^,srp^-'_._,h
f?w? O?IJ PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT is complete and iu
?* the i,mda of TWO COM Pl? TENT aud EXPERIENCED
Jst? ? ft A DU ATE OE PH \ RM A CY. We aolicit your patronage,
eli nut) p'omise you faithful service.
CC M h IN ? ''D SEE US and let us show you our appreciation ol your Pa
trol When in need ol anything tn the Urug Store, Ring phone No. 43,
Mr II ?1 la i linings or I will give you pronr>pt attention.
O. A. MATTHEWS, Mgr.
BENNETTSNILLE PHARMACY. J
A.igu.it 2, I if il*
I RICK S VOUE, NE AH A. C. LINE DEPOT j
SI "--,E AMD FANCY GROCERIES.
?ii wUmm * ?um.
II , i ? i puid for Uoui?4ry Produce.
" Line of Tobacco and Cigars.
TO KEEP THE BEST
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
T? V.- V
. AND SEE US !
?uh 22 ion
W?). ft ^ ft ft ?a fi ^
^Summer Goods wil?>ve
nontii ar Greatly Reduced Prices.
. me choice Summer Dress Goods that will
. i-we need * he room, and must have it, for
val of Our Fall und Winter Goods.
lompiete line of CLOTHING, SHOES
ERYTHING ELSE lou IP 1 in ti General
. . i LY and don't miss this Opportunity/
fOS ALI) OJiGANS A II Jillr Ii WEEKLY.
on hand Six Second Hand Organs, good as
i will be sold at a Bargain, Call early and
OR S ES ANg^ULiESOM L.N' -
SMITH NEWTON", Uennettsville, S. C.
MCCOLL DRUG CO., Mccoll, S. C.
SJ Lino RAILWAY.
Tin r Lino Hy FCIIC?1?
ule ' rm January I Otb.
Trail, nw,S. (J., as follows;
Norl .'o Gb sit 8.0") a. ni,
lo 50 at 0:21 ?.. m.
Soul .'<> .>! at 8:00 a. lu.
io 27 at 10. lt) p. m.
Tlu i lo Rmi l?lieraw ll.
R., cits ville nt 0. I ") a
m., No till ami No f>7.
'? tinin leaving J Jen -
nett m. gives li?!.its
vill opportunity tu lake
11ui No '21.
li er Hanger.
Ila; I jr. Host Lead ami
t Estimates cheorl'i.lly
K irk guaranty ii to bo
s It i j
July 22, I Ot I :
reby given that we
lormed a co piitner
name of N KWH IN li
chee ol law in all ihe
siness entrusted lo us
)t and careful allen
I NOS K OWENS,
C., June 14, 1904
? NOTICE !
. person (rom harbor
or feeding ruy wife
left my lions; ami
.e I will prosecute
lates this notice.
.7 Made a
THE GREAT 30th
Producer. Ute above results in 30 DAYS. It acts
powerfully and quic Uly. Cure? when oil others
fail. Young men amt old men will rccovet their
youthful vigor by using REVIVO. It quickly
and surely restores from effects of self-abuse or
excess and indiscretions Lost Manhood, Lost
Vitality, Impotency, Nightly Emissions, Lost
Power of either sex, Failing Memory, Wasting
Diseases, Insomnia, Nervousness, which unfits
one tor study, business or marriage. It not only
cures by starting at the scat of disease, but is a
Great Nerve Tonic and Blood-Builder
and restores both vitality nnd strength to tho
muscular and nervous system, bringing back
thc pink glow to pale cheeks and restoring the
lire of youth. It wards off Insanity and Con
sumption. Accept no substitute. Insist on hav
ing REVIVO, no other, lt can be carried in vest
pocket, ny mail, Si.00 per package, in plain
wrapper, or six for $5.00, with a posltlvr* writ?
ten gunruntcc to cure or refund the money in
every package. For Iree circular address
Royal Medicine Co.?X'ooriEC*'
For sale in Bennettsville by
J. T. DOUGLAS ? BRO.
YOU CAN GET ^ Kreml Tickets for $1
Hakea ovory tiny nay kind ot Bread or
Cakes yon want. Orders iu Town will
h 1 deliver, d. Let ut Imvo your ordert*
Ii hi sondea rendered promptly.
J. A. NIM BURRY,
Jiinp 30, 10.04.
TUE IOTII SESSION of this School will begin TUES
DAY SEPTEMBER 6, 1904, with tho following
VIRGIL C. DIBBLE, Superintendent
E. P. MILLER, Assistant Superintendent
A S S 1 S T A N T S :
Mr. P. C. Culham, Miss Nell P. Syans,
Miss Sara Crosland, Miss Maude Everett,
Mrs H. H, Newton. Jr. Miss Estelle W. Richardson
Department of MUSIC-Miss ELLEN LYTCII.
We congratulate ourselves that wc can nfLr tn'ihe pnoplc. who ilj.-lre to edu'a c
heir children, special advantage. Ht, Our teachers ar? un good as tho bes? ; 2nd?
) ur course of study is thorough and fully up-to-date; :i 1. Our building, the ?tn
?I Mrs Harriet M Beckwith, is not surpasfcl if cqudled iu tho state-po pams ur
ost wero ?pared io its crectiuu.
^ TUITION in tho Literary Department is free lo all b ma li lo residents of die
i rade.1 School District. All pupils, both within and without thc Solitud District,
re required lo pay, before being enrolled, a contingent fcc ol two dollars ?br eich
osti?n or part thereof and no pupil eau ho enrolled until thc foe h is huon pail un i
ho pupil presents to tho Toucher of tho respective grade a' cen iii jato sign '.J l>v thc
Secretary and Treasurer of tho Board of Trusteos. lu orso of any ono who is in .
.do to pay the contingent fcc, siid lee may. upon appli-: ui.ri of p went or guirdhm
t' euch pupil, bo reunited iu ?ho discretion of tin Boad. All appliodiou for such
emission must bc mado in writing an-i passed upo i by the Bjard ol' Trustees. Th :
?cerctary und Trcanirer has no authority lo pass upon or remit this Icc in any caso,
lir to isMie uuy Certificate until said foo Ins hoon paid.
We urge uno? ouc and til', tho importance ol' gelling thc children in at tho open
lije of tho School, so that tkcv may be properly graded and get thc benefit ol a full
erm. The following rates of Tuition uro ch uged nou-roMdontd ol' School District :
First to Fourth Grade inclusive, $1 50 per month ol' fuir weeks.
Filth to Ninth Grade iuoluMvc, $2 00 per behool mou li ol' lout weeks.
The Tuition for Music is $3 per i-chool month ol'four weeks, except whore there
iro two or moro pupils from the same family, tn which caso it shall bc $2.50 pir
uoiith for each pupil. This tuition must be paid monthly in advance lo thc S?roti>
y arni Treasurer ol' tho Board ol' Trustees, who will thereupon ts-tia a < ?..nifioa e
lirected to thc Toucher in diarite of tho Music Depart mont th tl euell lindon lus
icen paid anti directing her to enroll such pupil and ci vc Icisons for th : i'm, : that
tua been paid for only. New Certificates must bc p:ocur.d aol prcscii cl for,each
All other Tuition is due and payable on presentation ol' bid al ilia ca 1 ol' otoh
ichool month. Patrons re^iiiin?r without tho limit of ibo School District .iud awning
>roperty within said Dbtrict shall have credit on theil I uh lo-i hill/ in di! Literary
)epartmcnt for tho amouut ol' special tax paid by them io-pectivcly during th?.
School year. ibinlod catalogue willi course of study may bc bud on application to
he Secretary and Treasurer. Certificates can bo^ obtained fi om thc Sjcrctary au 1
Treasurer at his ofllce daily until thc opening of School
li. FORD, President
J. M. JACKSON, Secant! freas. Bd. Trustees
' SHS iktiw.
Ne are Agents for a number of the Leading
High Grade PIANOS, ORGANS AND
IND SOLICIT THE CORRESPONDENCE OF EVERY ONE
Wanting to Buy a NEW PIANO, ORGAN or SEWING
MACHINE, or ANY ONE WANTING TO EXCHANGE
THEIR OLD ONE FOR A NEU' O NH.
We are in position to save ITou
Money, and all wc ask is that you
I ET US KNOW WHAT YOU I?
We sell either for cash or EASY PAYMENT PLAN.
SOUTHERN JUC Al SEWING Hill CO.,
(BENNETT & COVINGTON, Proprietors.)
TO THE PUBLIC,
I bea; to inform the Public that I represent SCllie Ol
the best FIRE INSURANCE Companies
in the world. Liberal as to Terms and kales.
Try me !
March LO, 1904. JNO. S. MOORE.
WE HANDLE BARGAINS TOO.
NO USE TO WORRY, BUT COMI5 RIGHT ON TO
IF1 YOU -ror^iNrar
-** Dry Crooks, Clothing, Shoes, Notions *r
And Fancy Groceries.
HST Fresh Wator Ground MEAL and HOMINY a specially.
Wo Keep a full line iu each Department und will lill your Wallia in each
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
When you come to Town ca'l and see us. Phono orders iu (own delivered
FREE, and satisfaction guaranteed,
Call and see ns-Near Doughs1 Dnig Store,
To Define und Punish Vagrancy.
ile il Ordained by ilie Mayor and Alder
men of thc Town ol' Benncttsvillo in
Council assembled and by authority ol'
thc same :
All persons wandering hom place to!
place without any known residence in
thc Town ot Bennettsville who have no
visible or known meansol gaining a fair
Monett and reputable livelihood.' all sus
picious persons going about without any
known business; all persons who acquire
i livelihood by gambling or horse rac
lng without any other visible means ol
gaining a livelihood; also all ;:orso:i?
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
iblc lo work, and all sturdy beggars are
md shall bc deemed vagrants, and up >n
conviction thereof shall be tined in a sum
not exceeding One Hundred Dollars or
imprisoned not exceeding 30 days, or
work on the public roads of the town tor
a like number ot days.
Done and ratified in Council this '2 Ith
day ol' Juno, A. 1)., 1901.
I?. A HODGES, Mayor
03r Patronizo aud use your lu
ll leuce for MeLendon Pros White
barber Shop and soon you will have
the best shop in the Stale.
To punish Assaults ?ind Assault:- &
Batteries, ami prescribe a puni.-li
mcnl for same :
Any person wliu willan thc corporal!!
?mils ol thc Town ol Bcnncllsviilc sliall
rudely, angrily and violcnt'y -s'rikc ?ir
attempt lo strike ll?;: person ol anni In i
walmul any go.iii and sufficient cm.r:
shall hi:dceuii:<l ?:<iiliy ol a misdemeanor
? nd upon conviction sn ill lie lined in .1
s mi not exceeding One i I muire d liol
1 irs or lu: imprisoned not exceeding
days or work on thc public io ids ol ino
lowii tor ;i hie?; number <>'. days
|).)nc and ratified in Council this - ph
day ot .lune I90.I,
1'. A. HODGES, Mayo!.
OAK ?UDp?? CKMKTKKY.
Notice i:? hereby given thal an assess,
ment of one doll.o luis been levied uj-o i
each lot in thc above cemetery lo deli ly
the expenses of keeping il, and the own -
crs llicrcol will make payment lc rt li wit ii
to thc undersigned, This matter cannot
he delayed. Act at duce and oblige,
h !. Breeden,
?Scc> and Treas;
Bvillc, S.C., June 27, 0.|
P$T Pipes ami Snmker.,Supplier in
endless variety can be lound at J. Ti
Douglas ? Bro.