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3ENNET?SYILLE, S. C.
air s. A. imo WK & co.
Ojj ?? o? i?/Vsric?i Street Opposite
Friday September 2, 1904.
Or Ftes Up-stairs ia Crosland Building,
BENNETTSVIIJIJID, S. O.
DR. J. L. GIBSON,
. tffl.ee Over Itnacsohn's Store,
BENNKTTSVILLK, S. C.
Ll. NEWTON, JENNINGS K. OWENS.
NEWTON & OWENS,
Attorneys at Law,
QSNNENS VILLE, SO. CA.
:,:es Over Planters National Bank.
DUDLEY & WAIT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
, ENNETTSVILLE, SC.
rsv W. BOUCHIER,
j? o Attorney ut Law,
Bcnucttsville, S. 0.
Oirco on Darlington street near PoBta
..aplT office. January, 1899.
i ./TON MCLAURIN,
; ; Attorney at Law and
loo in Court IIOURO.
33. C. MORRISON,
,iician . - Machinist, |
BOX 5 i ?'?.OI?EN CE, S. C.
' ractnr for Klcetrical work and dealer
Electrical supplies Hot Air Pump*
i r Engines und lias Engines installed.
pc-fiitting and neucral machine work.
? igust 20, 1U?.1.
WHERE TO GO.
. WA?dll if! bl j
EDS O KA?J?MC f
?UT??O oi ;? m J wi '?? i arn thc
mirer uuu mn j \J\A* il'alcb
i euro Treatment, IF YOU WILL
LL ON ME AT MY OFFICE next
r north of the Postofiice-the white
S. J. PEARSON,
Flowers I Flowers !
irs. Jno S. Moore has a fine
of Geraniums, Begonias
-us, Palms and other plants,
1 rooted, that she desires to
t Cuttings 25c per dozen.
WE YOU A HIGH TEMPER V
\nswer Before Realn? Thia ?
une people have worms and olten
't keow it. The doctor is too polite ?
:ell them. Here are some ol thei
ptoms : A sick feeling in chest!
king coaglv with tendency to gag!
defi uneasiness and pains in stomach
ing around corners ol nose. AU
;c, and more, indicate worms. An
table temper is one ol the surest
is ol Worms in ade if and children,
-g's Vermifuge is the cure, and it is
i. For very young children give
g's Worm Candy, which is pleasant
istes good. Children like it. The
:e lor each is 25 cents.
irrsos Do Get Sick.
Vhcn a horses and mules are poor
i not always and indication that they
not get enough to eat. Many ani
ls, just like human beings, have in
estion or tile system is all run down
. a tonic is needed, lt is not the a
unt ol tood eaten that makes muscle
i 1 fat. More depends upon the prop
ligestion or assimilation ol the lood
n is commonly supposed. Nothing
; yet been discovered that will build
a horse or mule better than Ash
ill's Condition Powders, the only
ncdy in its class sold under a gnar
wee. Ask Mr. Smith Newton, Ben
tsville, lor it-the kiud put up in do?,
And McColl Drug Co., McColl, S.
?ck Hill Buggies.
The agent Mr. P.A. Hodges has
t received a carload ol'those hand
no buggies and if you want a line
ggy cull ou bini
Our Toi m GorvcrnmeiU,
MAYOR-P. A. Hodges
ALDERMEN J. Frank Breeden, C. S.
l??fin, A. C ?Sinclair, \V. W. Fate.
JI.ERK Sc TKKASUREK-Milton Mo
urin. Office open daily.
POLICE-J. F. David, U.C. Harper.
Marlboro County Officers.
SIIKIIIKE-J . B. Creon
CLERK OK Ol.ERK-J. A. Drake
Juovji', OY PRORATE- M. MoLaurin
CORONER-C. F. Covingtou
SUPERVISOR-M. E. Coward
SUPT. EDUCATION-W, L. Stanton
TREASURER-J- H. Thomas
AUDITOR-Ohas. 1. Sherrin.
SENATOR-Chus. S. MsOall.
ItKl'RKSENrATIVKS -D. P. McColl, Jr,
P. Bunch, Welcome (?nick.
VlACUSTAlES-0. H. Easterling, T. L
(I. L. Mehaurin, McColl
fohn A. Calhoun. Clio,
V". J. Atkinson, Blenheim,
), D. Stubbs, BrigMsville,
V. W. Irby, SmKhville.
Mr. Joe Rift spout Tuesday in
Messrs Sol Brown and Edward
Mittle went to Clio Sunday
Mr. Jacob Isaacsohn Jias re
turned from the northern mar
Miss May Emanuel has boon
visiting Miss Theodosia Jones in
Miss Julia Drake has returned
from a pleasant visit to rolatives
at Society Hill
Mr. James Breeden and broth
er Master Vern havo been visit
ing in Chesteriiold
Mrs. Carrie Bailey of Wilming
ton is visiting her sister Mrs.
Bailey near town
Mr. B. F. Hamer has returned
from a pleasant trip to Rocky
Mr. Edward Mittle returue^1 o
St. George's Tuesday to pr ^. fe
for his fall session '
Mr. John W. Bowyer of Red
Hill spent last week with rola
tives near Rockingham
Mr. .lames Smith, who says he
made the trip of his lifo to New
York Boston and Canada re
turned Tuesday night
Messrs Alex Odom and Wash
Huestess of Red Hill we're up
this week. Cotton has been hurt
by tho rains and picking will not
Mr. George Rivers, who has
been spending some time with
relatives in Chesterfield came
home Monday considerably im
proved in health.
The sail news was received herc
Wednesday evening nf the sudden
dentil of Mrs Braully Spears, (daugh
ter bf Mr* Ira IJ Newton now ol lied
Springs) ut her home near Tutu in
Mrs Spears was iii her usual good
health and waa preparing to rective
her mother wini WHS on lite evening
traiu from Ked Springs. When taken
sick about 5 o'clock Dr. Faiaou was
called hut she waa dead before bc
rt ached her.
A Systematic Worker.
We will wageracako that there
is no county in tho State that hus
a more systematic business man in
it than Marlboro, in the person ol
lion C. S. McCall-Merchant,
State Senator, County Chairman,
and manages six large lunns. And
yet with all this multiplicity ol'
duties to perform everything
moves along with clockwork sys
tem and precision. AB II county
chairman he hus no equal in thu
State. Ile manages everything
with caro and his preparation ol
blanks for the prompt, accurate
.0f M.-. ;.. fVjif, TV;.
marv and u persona! . . .o
ol ttake&H ard boxen ia soinetliinf
The traditional cool weather for
August came Friday night and we
hud wind, rain and some hail. The
drop in temp?rature made lires com
binable Saturday and Sunday,
Tho County Primary
The election Tuesday in Marl
boro passed oil' nicely. Elsewhere
we give thc vote tabulated. Only
one change has taken pince so far,
Mr. George N. McCall takes thc
place of C. V. Covington. As was
expected a second race will be linnie
by Messrs Coward and Jones for
Mr. li. Yancy McGilvray, who
ran so long on tue Coast Line to
Fayetteville as engineer, hut for
the past year has been living near
Greensboro, N. C., has boen elected
engineer on the Ken netts ville and
Clicraw Railroad, and has moved
hack to our town. We extend a
cordial welcome and hope his now
run will suit him and that he make
his home among us.
Gone To Her Reward.
Lydia Jefferson, wife of the well
known colored man Calvin Jefferson,
died Maidenly on Wednesday and was
buried Thursday at 11 o'clock at Bun
"l.o American f'coplc.
Tl'c National Disease is nervous pros?
tration, what is to be the result ol all
this hurry, worry mid work, sometim s
over-sometimes under eating, always
under sleeping-brain and brawn in
consianl state ol agitation and unrest
sleeping badly, dreaming, tossing, wak
ing? l)r Kings has devis d a remedy
il used aright. Kinj.;s Iron Tonic bil
lers steadies the nerves, builds up the
waste, gives new start. Sold under
guarantee by Bcnncttsville Pharmacy,
A New Candidate.
Mr M. Wallace Swann in the
new brick store nour the Const
Iii n H Depol carries a nice line
ol' staple and fane}' Groceries,
fruits and con feel ionery. ile
makes a specialty ol' oranges,
lemons and bananas.
TUE CUll.Ii ANO FJ?VJ?it 8I?A8ON
Is thc hardest of the year. The system
run down, blood impoverished-in no
condition lo withstand the assaults of
malaria and nialaqu t -'tis then we fall
Dr. King's Iinprovocl Chili Tonic.
Will positively CUM: the worse case ol
Chills ant! Fever Many so called chill
cures will slop dulls, but only King's
will cure. Sold by Bennettsville Phar
Yes, You Can
Get your razors made sharp
and keen, with edge right for
shaving leaving the lace snioothe
and clean-at McLondon Bros.
Barber shop in Bennettsville.
Iking them along and we'll
TO WU A NU COUNTY NEWS.
- Dog .days uro over
- Next Monday is solesday
- Monday next is Labor Day
and a holiday
-- Tho cotton pickers had good
weather this week
?-.Tho county ponsiou board
v.-i II bo organized next Monday
- Big rug sale at Waddill's
store next Wednesday
- The primary Election Tues
day passed off pleasantly
- Every child in town should
be ready for school next Tuos
- Every white voter in Marl
boro should qualify for the gen
- Special attention is asked to
tho advertisement of the Plan
ters National Bank in this issue.
- The heavy rains Friday and
Saturday did considerable dam
to roads and small bridges in the
Road the ad of Mr. Waddill
about Rugs. Ono moro chance
- A very large owl was shot
and killed on tho roof of the
Methodist parsonage Tuesday
night. Bro Morris has some fine
chickens and he probably wanted
-?- Waddill eau save you money
now on Furniture. Read bis ad
- The fall session of the Marl
boro Graded School opens Sep
Mr. Thomas Fraser of Hebron
has a good all round gentle horse
that he will sell at a bargain
- Mr. G. W. Waddill has some
desirable property for salo
,- You will save money by
looking at Waddill's stock. Seo
his new advertisement be moans
- Frosh oranges, lemons and
bananas at W. M. Swami's near
.jg?" Okra and tomatoes only
10c at Claude Moore's.
- Just received a Barrel of
"now ketch"' Mackerel. They
are nice and cheap.
W. M. Rowe.
Low ney's Candy, best made
At W. M. HOWE'S.
- The Twentieth Century Lib
rary hours art?: Monday 4.30 lo
G.30 p. tn. Thursday 10 a. m. to
t"i?" Artistic, neat, modern are thc
correct terms fur MoLeudou Bros, the
While blither .Shop.
- The Baptist parsonage lot
at Blenheim is offered for sale
a-1 ubini Jrguhs, Pintos and
i;:?-v. iiiij tnticUi i iii
-- I*1 rush lot bf canned Pou*!
Pears, and Pig's Feel /vt . ?laud
Thc First Hale.
Mr. Alex Moore of Bethel sold the
first bale of new cotton Saturday to
Mr. C. E. Ex um tor lil cents.
liners nddrcBsed to thc following limned
portions remain uncalled for at tho pout
office in BctinottHvillo :
Thomas Allen, Wm Talbert, T. J.
Westbury, Willie Poe, Chas Murphy,
Women H I.iHt.
Salli.* Thonnis, Margaret Smith,
Mary Shudd, Hattie MeCay, Ellor
.ii.rkin, Kinma I vary, Mariah Jones.
Pa trou izo and nsf your in
fluence for MeLendou Bros White
barber Shop and soon you will have
tho best shop in the State.
The attention of the reading
public is called to the adver
tisement of this new Drug Store
now opened in the brick buil
ding on Marion street. Every
thing new and fresh in the lines
usually carrie . Gall and see
them. Mr. Douglas Jennings ia
A Chance For Bargains.
Messrs Strauss & Co., begin
this week to make room for fall
stock by reducing prices on
goods tbtil you need. They are
oll'ering bargain, and it will pay
yon to read their ad and give
them a call.
Mr J, L Gru?es, Thomasville, said;
"Alter recovering troto a spoil ot lever
my system was run down, and lor three
months I iliil not work The first hollie
ol Dr. King's Kidney and Liver Remedy
sc t me to going. 1 usoii three bottles,
and am now as stout as as when a
young man "
See Bcnnettsville Pharmacy about it,
- We are headquarters foi
Butter and Cheese. We kee]
nothing but the very best, and
guarantee both to suit you oi
refund your money.
W. M. Rowe.
lt Mudo linn Uhuko.
I wish to say a word in praise ol l)r
King's Improved (Midland Fever Tonic
1 had chilis tor one year continually
and tried alt thc chill tonics 1 could ge
and also doctor's prescriptions, hut al
laded to cure. Part ot one bottle entire
ly cured me, and have not had chill
since. I recommend only King's, T. V
HOWARD. Sold by Benneilsvillc Phar
A rull lino of II J. Heinzs Co
Pickles Preserves, Ketchups, Suu
cos, Jellies &c. at
\V. M. Rowe's.
?C?V While being served ut th
Whi o bather's Shop-McLcndo:
Bros-you will bo kept cool will
electric fans already ?nalalled*
Service at Presbyterian church nex
Sunday morning aud evening Sub
ject for evening "True glory of life."
All are welcome.
The Epworth League Prayer meeting
w b lld evory Wednesday evening in thu
Sinn:ny Behool room of tho Methodist
uhurch at 8 o'clock. Thu publio invited.
Tho hour fur evening services at the
churches is now 8.30 o'clock.
Prayer mooting at tho Baptist eburoh
ovory Thursday evoniug ut 8.30.
Prayer mooting ut tho Methodist church 1
ovory Wednesday at 8.30 p. m.
Prayer mooting nt Presbyterian church
Thunday evening at 8 30.
Tho hoar for Numb.' School at tho I
Mothodiet ohuroh ba? boen changed to
5.00 o'clock in tho afternoon.
A Saleslady who has had ex
perience, apply to.
STRAUSS & Co.
Shooting in Ked Hill.
On Mouday last Make Brewer met
Constable Clydo? Hyatt on tho road
ni?de assault ou him with a heavy
Btick when Hyatt shot himv inflicting
a aerious wound. At last accounts
brewer wau still living nnd hopes to
College Of Charleston.
Attention is called to tho ad
vertisement of the College of Char
leston. This venerable institution
is well endowed aud tho scholar
ship is high. A young man can
graduate thenfat a very reason
able cost and when he completes
tho courso has tho satisfaction of
kuowing that his diploma means a
C S. MCCALIJand T 1} GIBSON
have I'minnl n partnership lor the pur
pose of conducting a general Insurance
bu.Muesd in the TOWD of McColl.
A lull line of the BEST COMPANIES
tn select from, and prompt attention givon
tu all business intrusted to us.
August 4. 1904.
CJ.,?";"1? ~+ TUT-?a
u^iuviuio ibli Jiiuuiu t>.
Cauued Tripe 20c eacli or 2 for
Heinzs Pickle-fresh and good.
Fresh jelly-assorted-only 10.
Armour's Sausage in tomato
sauce only 10 cents.
Ho in zo'8 White Wine Vinegar
??&" 50 Serge Coats and Vests
in Longs, Stouts, and Regulars,
at the C. B. Crosland Co.
('obi and / tvsh.
Mr. V M. Ituwo bas purchase
.A large Refrigerator ::i his fiore:
and how OheWe, ljulter iitid perish
ablti gooilfi are kopi. <>u iee,
everything fresh und sweet.
THE BAPTIST PARSONAGE LOT nad
DWELLING containing nbout (2) two
acron of latid, centrally located iu doHirublu
part of Tuwu of Uhuiheiui.
Apply to tho uudordgncd for pnrtiulanr.
W. R DRAKE,
May iS, 19.^4 Wm EVANS.
. ?ir .
4Q>'" Botter senne your need- in Mal
dinis while they are itoing so lo* at Wad
dill kv. Hon, none hinter iu town. Th?
sliUio t'Ood are hoing sold in ltc.tiutti.viHe
al from :> in s eis per yard hkdier* Will
HIIOH' iuvoices in proof. Sec also their
Driven To Desperation
Living ut an uut of the way pine? re
mote from civilization, a family w oftnn
driven to dcpiiratioii iu cave ot accident,
reuniting in Bums, Cut?, Wounds, Ulcern,
otc. Lay III a uupply of Rucklen'ii Arnica
Salvo It'n thu beet on earth 250 at J. T.
Prepared for tho Work.
Mr. S. J. Pearson, tho Jeweler, has
now tine of the latest improvement*
for engraving your name or initials
on any article of gold or silver or
plate in tho moat up-to date manner.
Thc samples bf work already done by
him are just linc. Call anti see bim.
The Russel Wagons.
Mr. P. A. Hodges is opening a car
of tlieso durable wagon?-ono and
two-horse, every one ol them guaran
teed against any defect in material
lam prepared to lill orders for
wood-either for stove or chim
ney-af short notice. Leave
i your orders at VV. M. Rowe's
i store, they will reoieve prompt
1 .J.J M un nelly n.
July 0, 1004.
, To Define and Punish Vagrancy.
I Be it Ordained hy ilia Mayor ami Alder
tuen ol' the Town ol' Beiuioti.?ville in
Council assembled aud by authority ol'
the samo '.
AU persons wandering hom place to
place without any known residence in
the Town ot Beiuiettsville who have no
' visible or known means ol gaining a fair
' honest and reputable livelihood; all sus
J picious persons going about without any
II known business; all persons who acquire
a livelihood hy gambling or horse rac?
_ ing without any other visible means ol
i gaining a livelihood; also all persons
' who lead itllu 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 are
- and shall be deemed .vagrants, and upon
conviction thereof shall be lined in a sum
not exceeding One Hundred Dollars or
imprisoned not exceeding 30 days, or
work on the public roads of thc town for
u a like number ol days,
n Done and ratified in Counoil thia 24th
i day of June, A. I)., 1904.
P. Ai HODGES, Mayor
<\1L BENHETTSV1LL? NIMItlV
Xs* 3Xr<o-,v^7- Open
And ready to fill your orders in the Drug line
Wi u full line of PATENT and PROPRIETARY RE RI
ED!!- mid a well selected stoclc of TOILET ARTICLES, PER
FUM E ii \ \ S 'IT 17 'IONEIi Y, &c.
E. OI?K PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT is complete and in
P the hands of TWO COMPETENT and EXPERIENCED
t T IX A p U \TE ' OE PH A RMACY. Wo solicit your patronage,
? und promise you faithful service.
COM H IN A NJ) SEK US ami let us show you our appreciation ol your Pa?
tronag< When in need ol anything in the Drug Store, Ring Phone No. 43,
Mr. Doug! is 1 innings or I will give you prompt attention.
O- A- MATTHEWS, Mgr.
Aug :M? 2, 190-1. n * BENNETTSNILLE PHARMACY.
BRICK 'RE, NEAR A. C. LINE DEPOT j
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.
FM IUD (?FICTUIM A SPtCliffl.
?figli'"? ?'ricc! paid for Country Produce.
O' ine of Tobacco and Cigars.
WE "O KEEP THE BEST
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
l& CALI. .ND SEE US!
B twa g a
: : S? Summer Goods wilto*r
month at Greatly Reduced. Priccsi
.onie choice Summer Dress Goody that will
^o-we need the room, and must have it, for
rival of Our Pall and Winter Goods.
i complete line of CLOTH5NG, SHOES
EVERYTHING ELSE found in a General
' '' L ARLY and don't miss this Opportunity!
'JANOS ALI) OllGANS A ll lil I'ii D' Il ICU LY.
.T?? cn hand Six Seooinl Hand Organs, frond cs j
Loll will '/ sold ai :. [?a? ca i ti. Call earl v and j
jgnsl 5, 1004.
HORS ELS *f*N P. L. E. S ONI L/V -
Foi >y SMITH NEWTON", Bennettsville, S. C
MCCOLL DRUG CO., Mccoll, S. C.
Vir Line RAILWAY.
Air Linc Ky Fched
I ed on January 1 Olli.
I" prow, S. C., os fol Iowa;
S No fit; nt S.O.") a. m.
No f>0 nt 0:21 p. m.
?5 No 07 nt >S:0."> ii. in.
No '27 nt 10: li) ?>.#m.
?V?lo 1111(1 (llll'lltW Iv.
E inettaville at fi. 4? u.
II i No fif> und No f>7.
ii tiain leaving Beu
lt i. m. gives Ballin tts
v opportunity tn hike
ti 1 No 27.
I. .her. Best 1 .ead and
work guaranteed iii be
sa ti Its and Assail i ls &
nd proscribe :i punisli
who within the corporate
iwn ol Bennettsville shall
and violent'y strike or
:e the person of another
rod and sufficient cause
I guilty ol a misdemeanor
iction snail be lined in a
ling One Hundred Dol
-isoned not exceeding 30
in the puhlic roads ot me
number ol days,
lilied in Council this 24th
. A. HODGES, Mayor.
. every page close as
5 week, imp-:: tani.
THE GREAT 30th
Product thc above rc! nits in .',0 DAYS. It acta
powerfully and quickly. Curer, when nil others
fail. Vounn men and old men will recover their
youthful vigo by using UliVlVO. It quickly
and surely restores from effects of self-abuse or
excess and indiscretions Lost Manhood, Lost
Vitality, Impotency, Nightly Emissions, Lost
Power ol either sex, Foiling Memory, Wasting
Diseases, Insomnia, Nervousness, which unfits
one tor study, business or marriage. It not only
cures by starting at thc scat of disease, but is a
Great Nerve Tonic and Blood-Builder
and restores both vitality and strength to tho
muscular and nervous system, bringing back
tho pink glow tn pale checks and restoring the
Uro of youth. It wards off Insanity and Con
sumption. Accept nu substitute. Insist on hav
ing RliVIVO, no other, lt can bc carried in vest
pocket. Hy mail, $1.00 per package, iu plain
wrapper, or six tor $5.00, with a positive writ
ten giiurantce to cure or refund the mon.y la
every package. For lrce circular address
Royal Medicine Co./ffiSK6
For sale in Bennettsville by
J. T. DOUGLAS & BRO.
V01 CAN GET 27 Rrehd TiekolH for $U
Haken every day any kind of Bread or j
Cukes yon want. Orders in To A U will
h : delivered. Let nt ame your orders
HCHI M.:rvicc rendered pro.nplly.
J. A. NEWBERRY,
! -lunn 80, liHli.
THE "PUNTEAS MOfc
Of Bennetts vi lie, S. C.
Resources and Capital
Protection to Depositors
- S - $341,055.31
Our service in every Department is Modern and Satisfactory. Interest allowed
>y agreement on all time Deposits. Our customers interests carelully and con
identially looked alter. New Depositors will receive like consideration.
We solicit your account.
STEPHEN SHELTON, Cashier.
September i, 1904.
A. J. MATHESON, President.
MARLBORO GRADED SCHOOL.
SHE 19TII SESSION of this School will begin TUES
DAY SEPTEMBER* 6, 1904, with the following
VIRGIL C. DIBBLE, Superintendent
E. P. MILLER, Assistant Superintendent
ASSISTA NT S :
Mr. P. C. Culham,
Miss Sara Crosland,
Mrs H. H, Newton.
Miss Maude Everett,
Miss Estelle W. Richardson
Department of MUSIC-Miss ELLEN LYTCII.
We congratulate ourselves that we oaD offer to'the people, who desire to educate
heir children, spocial advantage. 1 at, Our teachers aro un gund as thc best ; 2nd.
) ur course of prudy is thorough and fully up-to-date: 3 J. Our building, .tin! ?gilt
il Mr? Harriet M Beckwith. i.i not surpassed if t quailed in tho al atc-no pains ur
iOSt wcro spared in its erection. ?
TUITION in tho Literary Department frno to all bona fide resident* of tho
Iradcd School District. All pupils, both within anil without the School Di-itrie*.
ne required to pay, before beiuK enrolled, a contingent ?co o( I wo dollar? !'?>r each
icssion or part thereof and no pupil can bc enrolled until thc fee hus been patt and
he pupil presents to thc Toachor of thc respective grade a certificate sighed hv the
Secretary and Treasurer of the Board of Trustees. lu ease of any ono who U un
ible to pay thc contingent fee, said fee may. upon application of parent or guardian
>f such pupil, be remitted in the discretion of thc Board. All application for such
emission must bc made in writing and passed upon by the Board of Trustee*. Tho
Secretary and Treasurer bas no authority to pass upon or remit this fee in any casn,
ir to isaue any Certificate until said fcc has been paid.
Wc urge upo a one and all thc importance of gottmg thc children in at tho open
ne of the School, so that tbcv may be properly graded ami got the benefit of a full
erm. Thc following rates of Tuition arc charged non-residents of School District:
First to Fourth Grade inclusive, $1.50 per month of four weeks.
Fifth to Ninth Grade inclusive, $2 00 per school month of four weeks.
The Tuition for Music is $3 per school month of four week:?, except whore there
ire two or more pupils from thc samo family, in which case it shall be $2.50 par
nonth for each pupil. This tuition must be paid monthly in advance tn the Scrota
y and Treasurer ol' the Board of Trustees, who will thereupon issue a Certificate
breded to the Toucher in charge of thc Music Department that such tuition has
icen paid and directing her to enroll such pupil anti give lessons lor the time that,
las been paid for only. New Certificates must bc procured abd presented for each
AU other Tuition ?9 due and payable on presentation of hill at thc on 1 of each
chou! mooth, "ati?tis residing withont thc limit ol' thc School Diarist and owuiug
iropcrty within said District shall have credit on theil tuition hill? in th.; Literary
)epartmcnt for the amount of special tax paid hy them respectively during tho
School year. Printed catalogue with course of study may bc had nu application lt?
he Secretary and Treasurer. Certificated can he obtained from the Sjcretary and
I'roasurer ut his office daily uutil thc opeuing of School
R. FORD, President
J. M. JACKSON, Sec. and Treas. Bd. Trustees
" B ?ire Agents for a number of the laeaum*?
High 3 ade PS?MOS', CRC AP-S MID
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 NE IP ONE.
We are in position to save You
Money, and all we ash is that you
LET US KNOW WHAT YOU WANT.
OUR SALESMEN seat anywhere on request
We sell either for cash or EASY-PAYMENT PLAN.
(BENNETT & COVINGTON, Proprietors ).
OLIO, - - SL O*
TO THE PUBIJIC.
I beg to inform the Public that I represent some Ol
the best FIRE INSURANCE Companies
Ln the world. Liberal as to Ternis and l?ales.
Try me !
March 10, 1904. JNO. S. MOORE.
WE HANDLE BARGAINS TOO,
NO USE TO WORRY, BUT COME RIGHT ON TO
IF YOU VIST'S?
~v Dry G-oods, Clothing, Shoes, JSJ otions ?*
And Fancy Groceries.
Mtif~ Fresh Water Ground MEAL and HOMINY a specialty.
Wo Keep a full line in each Department and will lill your Wants in each
AT THE LOWEST PRICES. -
When you come to Town call and sec ns. Phone orders in town delivered
FREE, and satisfaction guaranteed,
Call and see us-Near Douo-lfis' Drug Store,
OAK RIDGE CEMETERY
Notice is hereby given that an assess
ment of one dollar has been levied upon
each lot in the above cemetery to delray
the expenses of keeping it, and the own
ers thercol will make payment forthwith
to the undersigned. This matter cannot
be delayed. Act at once and oblige,
L. f. Breeden,
Secy and Treas.
Bville, S.C., June 27, 04.
M&~ Pipes and Smokers Supplies in
endless varioty can be fourni at J. T
Douglas & Bro.
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
Myrtle Moore (nee Tatum) and Frank
A VINO filed in the Probate Judge's
office ol Marlboro County my return
as Guardian ot Myrtle Moore (nee Tatum)
and Frank Tatum. Notice is hereby
given that 1 will apply to said Court on
the 17th day ol September 1904 lor a
final discharge as such Guardian.
JULIA M. TATUM.
Aug 17th 190?. Guardini.
* Mason's Fruit Jars at
W. M. Rowe's