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M T- I?I ITU I ll I i IIDIMH T ?
'.A. BROWN - - - Editor
Friday, September 9, 1904. '
One year.f> 100
PEN AND SCISSORQRAPHS
Cnpt W. T. Thrower, is now
Mayor of Cheraw.
Memphis, Tenn., had a Million
dollar fire on Saturday.
Cheraw paid 12 cents for her
first bale of new cotton.
Sunator Hoar of Massachusetts
is getting well.
Tho Russians are falling back to
lead the Japs into a trap if possi
The Republicans won in Ver
mont and claim this means victo
ry for the Republican national
ticket in November.
Rev. R. S. Truesdale of Colum
bia will assist Rev. Wait in a mee
ting in tho Methodist church at
Cheraw beginning on tho 11th.
The Pacolct Manufacturing Co's'
No. 3 mill, at Pacolot, destroyed
hy flood last year, is again in con
dition for opration and will at
onco begin manufacturing.
Tho work of bringing colonists
to South Carolina has been launch
ed. Last Monday papers were
signed and delivered to an agent
who will proceed at once to popu
lnto and to build up 10,000 acres
of laud in Lexington county which
has never been under cultivation.
Tho amount involved in the tran
snction is something like #125,
lt is reported that another dis
ease of tho cotton plant has sprung
into existance. This time the cry
comes from Pickeus county. It is
neither boll weevil, blight or rust,
but it kills thc plants just the
r.ame. 1-?rsl inc roots seem lo die.
This causes casting and soou noth
ing but thc bare stalk is loll. It
said that several acres arc now
affected and the disease is spread
In the country where Thomas
Nelson Page once lived, there
was a mau who, having lived an
irregular life, came to his last
illness. Realizing his situation,
he sent for the minister, who
lal ked with him kindly about
his spiritual affairs. He said.
"You repent ol' your sins?";
"Yes.'; "You pray for forgive
? T ai
Gala Week For Charleston.
The Post says truly there is
no necessity for an elaborate
program of street sights or en
tertainment to get the up coun
try people to go down to char
leston. Yes. there is pleiity of
entertainment already there.
There is onl}' one thing for
Charleston to do and that is to
get the railroads to give cheap
rates for the first ten days in
November or December and the
thing is settled. Let no ticket
be above $? and crowds will go.
Cheap rates is all the up coun
try p sople want in the way of
an invitation to go down to
Charleston in the fall.
EDITOB Marlboro Democrat.
Why is it that typhoid fever
seems to centre around the Oil
Mill \ For the last four years
cases of fever occur on the two
blocks surrounding the mill.
The family of Mr. James Pat
terson have had to move away
because of continued sickness.
Mr. George River, Mrs. Hall are
just getting oyer spells ot* fever
At present Mr. Marion Easter
ling has one or more cases, and
in the home ol' Mr. Wiggins
there aie two or more -all liv
ing near the Oil Mill.
If the mill is not, tho cause,
what is il '. The health of this
section of the town demands in
vestigation, and the sootier thc
better. We are having too much
lever and Doctors bills are not
Sept 6. 1001
Dois Prom Upper lieniietisvillu.
flood morning, MR. EDITOR, thc
Hustler is not dead yet, nor washed
away BK .someone said
Mr. I'M (irani is very ??ck willi fe
Tlie meeting ut Prospect is still in
progress and is doing good work.
Mr. J. W. (?niel: lins a very sick
It won't be long before weean cross
the mill dani at Kasterling's mill. Mr
J. J. Munnerlyu luis the contract.
Mr. James Hood was bndly beaten
the other night by unknown parties
Miss Lucy Bundy is vi.-iting in He
bron this week.
From what I can learn Squire I).
J). Stubbs will have a deal Sunday
week. I can't blaine thc boy, for I
love her myself.
.Mr. Fd i i or, 1 have not seen any
chicken since peas can o in.
Si pt li. lOO'l.
i'J. J. \V.
A?HOIOE OF MEN,
EDITOR DEMOCRAT \ \
Thu tiilo which inevitably comos into
(ho life of every mon also canea into tho
? Hairs of overy country and diatrlat at
b it?rent intorvola. Those who have kept
apace with tho wonderful developoment of
our country during tho past docado know
that tho tide of proepority ia South Caro
?ina (and in Feo Doo section particularly)
is now at ita full. There aro evidenced of
it on ovory hand. Tho taral districts aro
dotted with now buildings full stock? of
merchandise aro found in every store, the
quarterly balunoe sheots of industrial eu
?erpridc, great and small, abow haudsomo
. axuiugs, whilo that unmistakable lodes
co tho wealth and prosperity of a Suction,
tue bank statement, Bbows depcsl'.s aggre
gating hundreds of thousands of dollars
Never before has tho country known such
nu ora of prosperity.
Now, Mr Editor, wo cannot perpetuate
this ora of prosperity but wo can prolong
.t How? By tho exerciso of duo care in
'.he selection of those who shapo oar pub.
lie affairs Tuesday we mudt select our
next representative iu Cong.ess for the
t wo veins next succecdiu r. Tho indica
tions now aro that tho ucxt Congress will
)>o Democratic and the rivalry between
southern congressmen in securing federal
aid for their respectivo dintricta will doubt
:cbs bc uhaap, though friendly. For thii
leason our next representativo should bc
bold, fearless, aggressive, with clear cut
.dean of tho needs of his peoplo and well
defined plans os to how those ideas shoulc
be put in practical execution. It is tho can
diu opinion of your humble scribe, that it
Mr J. E Ellerbc wo havo just such a man
A peisonal acquaintance of long standing
with this gent'eman enables nu to bear tea
timony to the correctness of his judgmonl
and tho soundncFC of his views on all nat
iouul isauos portaiuing to tho material wei
foro of his district. Horn and reared on c
tann in a remote rural district ho kuowi
tito needs of tho farmer as witness Us
four lending planks in his platform:
ist. Thc removal of ull restrictions ci
2nd. A strong fight for a just share 0
appropriation? for internal improvements.
3rd. Tariff revision, i, O , removal 0
thc tariff ou uti necessaries of life
4th Thc free delivery ot mail six time
a week to evory furmhouuo in the couutrj
Briefly wo shall enum?ralo tho benefit
each of these planks holds in atoro for th
Tho removal of oil restrictions on manu
factored tobacco incant! tho dcatrUO?QQ O
i he trust), fur when tho farmer can cut hi
primings and wrappers iuto tho mnuufau
lured article and oifor it to tho highes
bildcr liko so -auch uottou or coru o
wheat ki will no longer bo possible fur th
trust to fix its purchasing price at 5 cent:
per pound and itu soiling prico at 40 coate
To secure our share of appropriations foi
internal improvomants moans that millione
NIIOUIII bc spent, iu deepening our river
and creeks, thereby grratly assisting ou
Hestern of drainage, redeeming our waBt<
'ands and erecting public buildings in ou
towns and cities. Billicus arc now behn
upi nt iu Hooding arid western lauds whit
i/ur lands aro ovcrllowing with purplu
Tariff revision means tho rnmnt.l nt
.'' :V> 'Tr 1 ; ' ". '.?v. ? ,,:' v. yj\?
nia . thune rt. l'hc -.M.".*. ? o? this n ian ,r,
. . .V bf. adtr^ot 1.iii . ..<!.> tut
..-_.Uuu. AU mu o nitet
Tho free delivery of mail to every rura
stell lemont, brings tho country people iu di
rect touch with tho peoplo of the town
and cities, thereby ouchaucing tho value
of country real cutata and offoring bettei
?ducatif nal advantages to both parent one
child. Closer association means tho har
monizing of ideas which will redound ti
thu beue?t of town and county alike.
Il is un mures, Mr. Editor, as well a
mou that should i nt 111 en co UB in tho selec
tion of our congressman next Tuesday, am
I um sure that Mr. Eilorbo's platform will
appeal to those who have life's burden t(
boar-thc masses. This is not written ii
a partisan spirit or with tho hopo of do
trading from tbo merits of other cundidutt
for tho office; tho Democratic principle!
embodied in Mr. Ellcrbo's platform appeal
to mo OS a citizen and voter who leis tilt
welfare of bis country at heart and I foe
?t my duty to present thom to tho votora
of Mutlboro county.
Pno BONO PUBLICO.
To the Pooplo of Marlboro Oouuty
1 cannot refrain from oxprcssiug pub
hely to tho people of Marlboro county uij
profound gratitude for (he splendid volt
they gaye me iu the Democratic Primar]
Ideation. Two years ago when 1 wai
sent to the Legislature at the hoad of my
ticket, I appreciated as biddy us auy one
could the confidence manifested in me by
my follow citizens, but my re-election this
year hy an increased vote is naturally mort
gratifying, for it ia a renewed expression
of confidence after a dial ol' two years.
Then I had no public record, this year 1
had to nive an account of my service ic
the Home, aud it ia very pleasing for mc
to know that tlie number of those whr
wished to sec me elected has growu with
thc two yean. I shall remember that 1
am the representative of thc whole peo
ple aud 1 trust no one will have just cause
lo regret my election.
D. D. MoCOLL, Jr.
To tho Voters of Marlboro County
1 wish to cxproBn in this public mamu r
my hem t felt appreciation for thu number
of votes I received at tho Democratic pri
mary nice ion. I especially appreciate tho
support of my friends and neighbors in
licnnctthvillu and thc various other pre
conc'.s in tho county. Hy manifesting their
willingness to elect mc to a position of
IriiHt and honor, thoy show their coufidoncc
in me and although I have mot mi honor
able defeat yet I trust I may still moiit
thc respoct and good will of my fellow
S J. HCINNIB,
P. S. I om now ready for Mr. Allen's
cc crt om Hct up.
Escaped an Awful Futo.
Mr. H. Huggins of Melbourne. Kia.,
vrites, "My doctor told me I had Con
sumption and not liing could he dune for
ne. I was given up to dio. Thc olfer of
i free Dial bottle of Dr. Kings New Dis
?ovciy for Consumption, induced mo to
ry it. Results were startling. I om now
>n the road to rccovciy and owe all to
)r. King's New Discovery. It surely
aved my lile." This great cure is guuran
lcd for all throat and lung diseases hy
?. T. Douglas Druggist. l'ricc 5iic and
S MO. Trial hollies In e.
Mrs. ANNIE PRESTON DnAjcE Roo Ene.
Full and complota nro God's pro
visions for every need in all condi
tions of lifo, and the church must bo
ever profoundly grateful for the in
spired tribute paid to its dead. lu the
first hours of bereavement the heart I
is comforted by tho thought that while
iu the midst of visions revealing hea
vens transcendent glory aud tho wreck
ol worlds, the apostle of love was com
manded to write. Thro tho deepest
?loom of sorrow aud above tho tem
pest of its bitterest wail are heard the
precio JS words: "Blessed aro the dead '.
When the cares of thia world weigh
heavily and the handB seemed burden
ed with manifold dudes, beyond the
inuits of time or strength how sweet
?o know that the loved ono res s! aud
it is the privile e of tho living to
.vrite on the "works that follow".
Reverently, with hearts sorrowiug
over our loss, aching afresh each day
with a keener souse of loneliness and
vainly listening for the beloved voice
of our president of tho W. F. M. S
of Parnassus church, wo come lo speak
of our leader.
Ou May 9, 1901. Annie Drake
Rogers said Good night here to Life,
but iu a brighter clime awoke to say
1 good morning. Ou that day she left
! earth and entered tho "suinta rest"
'? Although frail iu body she did not
' count her lifo dear, uor did Bhe eyer
lu a i t ii t e when by thc sacrifice of home
comforts and porsouul casu she could
' do aught that would help to udvuuce
* Gods kingdom in the world. Io boura
r of joy, grief or perplexity she was
always ready with words of lovo, sym
pathy or counsel. Bich beyond tho
common lot of mortals iu thal love s >
nearly diyiuc, which reaches out and
' takes in both the poor and Hollering
3 she followed closely the Muster's foot
D steps aud her ministry was akin to
that of angels. If ever illness or sor
i row came to others, no thought of sell
kept her from their side upd atuye<l
; her ministering hand. Her tirelcsi
energy, tender affectiou and deep in
j terest in that touched the inner lite
of thoBe associated with her both ii:
her home aud one work, muy not bi
" told iu words. They are livng pie
'. tures fresh iu the memory of those
a who knew her.
0 Whou thc Irail body could no lon
ger respond lo the demands of tin:
- still active mind, und nearly evorj
t h?Ur" was marked by acute pain, sin
a had so often and so tenderly cared hu
i- othors, bore her own sufferings will
t infinite patience and fortitude, l'rivi
r leged indeed wero those who stood ii:
0 ibo presence of life when Gui! callee
s home his suffering child; for heaven
i. had acut loved oues to he round about
r and the air was vibrant with songs ol
1 victory from the far oil'laud. Willi
s her life's work well done, she has pass
r ed into the rest of the inure abondant
o Life beyond where sha has realized
r wdiat her prayors and money have
? done lo brighten the darkness of many
o heathen homes, carrying to them
R through her work the light and love
, MN,~ ?iyiug UM vf Olli I h ava
fins "Thy will ho dune," w, Wtiit in
i|d.< ilia to ( ' ivy on *. . ; ist r w otu
i l. On behalf of the representative;
of the W. F. M. S. of Parnassus
1 church, who have gu eu hack to Him
who first gave, one of our be.it mem
b bera, with heart sobs we acknowledge
s the Father's hand aud pray that ila
: mantle of the ascended one may fall
1 upon UH, who still labor in the field
? she loved, and tho' greatly grieved by
j Ibis mysterious providence, more than
ever pledge ourso.ves to give our
H beat to serve God and to send deliver
. ance to His destitute millions, to free
1 these cuptivoa from sin aud present
I them to the Lord spotless aud glor
i ii, That our prayers go up to the
. throne of God for tho bereaved moth?
i er whose heart was HO tenderly at
i tached to "Pet" eo comforted in lier
companionship, so happy in her love.
> The separation is gricvious to her,
1 but leaning upon the arm of omnipo
I leuce, upou tho living carnes', peti
tions of a host ot friends, who hold
her in their hearts more Underly than
ever, Bbo will find a peace, not of
earth Ullin;; her soul day hy day as
r time takes her nearer ami nearer the
reunion. Our deepast sympathies go
? out for ibo deui mother, whoso useful
' life ia passed ila meridian, und who
' will not wait many years before meet
, ing her precious daughter. We com
mend her with the feeble grandmothei
: and nil who by ties of kindred and
' friendship are bereaved lo God, and
may iho S-.IIUCKS of \eurs Im modified
' by tho thought nf tho bliss she now en
joya and the hope of the reunion
[ "'some sweet day."
i !>. We extend to the lonely husband
1 and her deur little boy, for whom alie
1 wished to live, our aympnthy ill their
great loss, at the annie time tbanki- g
God iu their behalf and ours that the
memory aud und the record ol such a
life will be an inspiration to higher
and belter things Let her husband
tit i ti lc of her now aa she is. She secs
tho Lord's face; und his linnie is in
her forehead. There is no night for
4. nthe memory of thc (lear de
parted one, we ask that tina action
Bhall be recorded in the min ules ol
our society, and a copy be sent lo tin
family and each of our county pupers
be furnished with u copy for publica
Mrs J ('. Camphjll,
Mra. P. M. John,
Mrs. Alice Dunning.
COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON,
Charleston, S. C.
ll'Jih Year Begins Sept m her 30.
hellers, Science, Kngincoring.
One scholarship giving free tuition to
each county ol'South Carolin i Tuition
$40. Board and furnished room in I>>r
tnitory, $10 u month. All candidates for
admission ure permitted lo compete for
vacant Boyeo scholarships which P?y
$10(1 a year. l*'or catalogue, address,
Paul's rulo balancea our duties :
Resist that which is evil; cleave to
that which is good.
At a meeting of tho County 1 . oativt ( iomrriitt?? Sont, lat. 1904, the rc?
turps from thu different clubs w re banvassed aud ibo following Cn mW at es
having received a majority o' 'all tl. ? votes oast, aro declared the regular
..o.ninee-i of the Democratic patty an ! will bc voted for at the General ?lec
tion to ba bold in November i
For Houac Of Reprtseutati.. ? D McOill, Jr. W. W. Bruce, J. P.
For Clerk Of Court-Jami A I Ir.tkc .
ForSheriir-Jonu B. Green?
For Coroner-George N. M> Call
For Supt Of Education-V litoti.
John li. Thomas-Recomn ointment as County Treaaarcr.
C. I. Sherrill-R?cotutnen ^ . . . ?[.?.-.LI met aa County Auditor.
The following candidates for Comity Supervisor, M. E. Coward and A J
Junes having failed to receive a majority Of the'votes cust, but receiving the
highest number of votes uro declared to be candidates to bo voted for at the
next Primary Elocliou to be Itel 1 on September 13th, 11)04.
C. S: MCCALL County Chairman
Ready for Second Primary !
T WILL OFFER the GENUINE PERUVIAN GUANO during
.** the month of September in person anti by sub-Agents. The
Guanos will analizo abou us follows;
One Phos, Acid i) to 12 Am monia 8 to 10, Potash 2 to 8
The other Phos. Acid 21, Amu mia 4, Potash 4,
P. B. Moore at tbe Excelsior Hardware Store bas samples on
exhibition and will take orders from all wishing to buy.
Thanking niy friends foi tin patronage of the past season I
hope to get a larger share this.
Respectfully p" B. MOORE,
ACT VOR MARLBORO and SCOTLAND COUNTIES.
SOME FAG: A "V .IV OF NOTE.
EDITOR OF THE SUMTER 11 EB A .!>
Ott a recent visit to the St. 1 rm the lollowing condition ol affairs nre
sentcd themselves under the mos ind painstaking care of its worthy Sup?
erintent Col. I) J. Grillith. ol" C i . i tie I is on each farm 303 acres in cot
ton and it is a sale calculation a . ' staled .that without a mishap lo
the crop, he will gather 600 hal . u > s each. This visitor has traveled
considerably throughout the Stj y large planter himself, his princi
[? pal topic ol co a versa i i on * bei ag I admires thc beauty ol almost equal
. io lair women-both libing proi' of N Mire-and asserts that, without ex
ception, this tann is a paragon beyond compare with any in the
Aside Irom ihe tact that thc c .ly so very good, there is a 40 acre
> field on the LVSaussure side on .vii al test was made with -'Peruvian
i guano." Previous tn this year possible to produce any crop that
, would make a satisfactory yield it hardly paying to plant cotton on
it; being light soil ami lull of nut .-. y used in producing the handsome
crop tili-, year .\ot pounds l'eru er the cotton and 12..0 around crop,
This 40 acres cl cotton held its < green, all during the hot dry spell
ot May and greater part ol dun s rain commenced h shot out, and
. has grown beyond expectation- th fruit, and is the handsomest
, piece of cotton on that farm an ol seed cotton to the acre will be a
. conservative estimate nf the yil
ila the adjoining farm there traci-though better land-where
' only 409 pounds Peruvian guai ul it is safe to estimate an equal
: yield on this .)o acres. This is . piece of cotton as can he shown on
i either lanh.
Aside from thu cotton crop a; tw tng the fact that they lost all plant
i ing ol lall oats and bad it repl.1 in hopes ot making a spring crop,
[ which they did not get in until ig, they made a magnificent crop
ol oats and Lave threshed and h.. < in their capacious barns probat)
ly 10.000 bushels The produc these farms is always in excess ol
L requirements, and ol Inte years ? extensively into raising mules lor
' their own use They now ha I of young mules Irom 1 to 3 years
i old, some ol which are at wor .? both I a rms are a model'ol upsto
. date, progressive (arming VISITOR.
Sumter, S, C., August IS,
Bot tor Thun Quid.
"I was troubled for several y
chronic indigestion, ami nervous
writes 1". J. Oreen, nf L'ir?ca<tc N
"Vu }p??|/?#l? h'dpod mn until I
: ??. j. I? i :. lill : !... il?tii?iu? I
.i- '. ?'IK'? lv*vd? ul . . fcnnj ....?: wi'
1 '. ! ...Y',,:.yt" '51'"liwiu".'..
.!; ti.-.1 IIKVJ ?r? i'.. .:n,n? t'oV?
i ?vi ?! i ii lu;' for vre ?> run Jovni
Noothar uiciliumc can niko UM . ...
. ?ur family." Try ibcui. Only ??c
incl iou guaranteed hy J. T. 1
One was palo and sallow and ill
frosh ami rosy. Whence thu difl
She who is blushing with health rj
Kind's New Life Pills to innintain
gently arousing ilia lazy organs tin
pel good digestion ami head olT rn
?ion Try them. Only 25o at J. T. !
i _,_ ? m "_
No Remedy For lt.
Now that money is flus!
moro money can bo made p
cotton, there is big demv
cooks and wash-women,
not he helped as long as tin
ol' thc staple enables the far
pay good prices for picking
When a cook can make $5 ?
in the cotton patch you eau'
her in the kitchen at ?2.
While handling a t?u 11 that wa;
order is usually the story. N
order to prevent accidental
and to be sure and kill whei
want to, I have employed an
Gunsmith from Charleston, S. 1
lins my gun repairing depart?)]
charge, We are prepared to <
kind of line gun repairing in
order. Give us rt trial und y<
he convinced that we are prop
give v>u satisfaction in price,
mans';ip and promptness
s. J PEARS*
#11 ?tc^f'g-'Tr-.t'TftarTr, M r?'*w7.''*tf IM ?* ~* I WW " " " rntt%>
We have tor salo at a bargain
ll. P. Boiler. One 2(.) II. P. ling
One Drat; Saw, One Shinp
complete, One Holter. All f
pulleys and belting necessary to ri
machinery. All the above prop
bein used som i I.ut is in fi rsl-ela:
p. A. non
S'jpl s. IU?I
Registration No j
TVTOTll'K is hereby, given thai
he at KollockV Station on T
September '?'.Uh ami nt Joe (?1
Bouda on Kinlay September 3U
for the purpose of changing old
cites and issuing new ones. B
certificates with you.
T P. M cita (
I). I). Parisl
C. li. Uopoi
Board ol' Megisti
September (1 B>0 I.
Opening of Books of Siinsch
NO l'ICH in hereby glvon that I
iiub9cripti?ii tn tim capital ntuek
1' A lIotlgCB Mi'g Co., will bo .
the ( dice of I' A. IIod^.-H in benin
S... C., on the loth day nf Sept loo.)
P. A Ihmci
J. b INOIO !
linn rd of Corpon
BennettAvillii, s. c , Sept 6 0.1
GOING TO MOVE,
v. J. A. Faison will move in
s ofiice on Darlington Street
th st ot' July. Ofliee will be
. r T
I.]hin .ia.-' IU'iigStoroarid Juclge
..i,..-;.^ r.-.v , .Vf?. .lc..f?\r his
Noarty l-'orfeita His I* i fe.
luaway utmost ending fatally, start
irriblc ulcer on tho leg of J. li.
Franklin Grove, 111. For four
defied all doetor.s und all remedies
Uti lueklen's Arnica Salve had no
to eure him Equally good for
Bruises, Skin Eruptious und
25o at J. T. Douglas Drug Store.
.lill I III ll 111 I - I HM I ? --
[LY MILEAGE TICKET,
IN SOUTH CAROLINA NOW
so u BY SEAUOAKD AIH LINK
imencing march 25th, the
ml Air Line Railway, in
i] innee with thc now law, have
So 1000 mile family tickets,
for thc use of tho immediate
ers ol one family, between
ns within tho State of South
na on tho line of the Sea
Air Line Railway. These
?ekela ure sold at $25,00 and aro
.1 to one year from dato ol
, good over 25 different lines,
?I ontinue on salo under same
ions as heretofore.
further information apply
aboard agents, or address
?V. Stewart Trav. Pass. Agent
i bia S. C.
RN IN G NOTICE !
:!ie undersigned control the hunt
1 fishing privileges on the Estate
>t J. K Coxc, and the lands ot L.
rigan lying between the cow track
mil the river, and also the lands
. Matheson known as the lintier
W e hereby warn all persons
t hunting or tishing on any of said
T. S. and E. \V. EVANS.
1 i, 1004.
TICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
EST KATIE I*. BREEDKN.
.'. VING this day li!ed in the Pro?
i I mle Judges oflLc ol'Marlboro Conn
li nal lettirn Ile'urn as Executor of
tate ol' Katie 1'. Breeden, No I ico
hy given that I will apply to said
>n (lie 20th day of Sept 1904 lor a
schargo us Executor ns aforesaid
TllOS. .). BltKKDKM.
26th 1901. Executor.
able Resident. Properly
? ? EAST BEN N E [TSV I LEE
WEST MUK EVVIIETT ?T.
ISTING of 2? acres, ono lurgc lt?
:neo - 6 rooms. Fine water, sup
./ pump at door of BtOVO room. One
\ homo, biron, atables, ito.
I '., Btn&ller residenco, 5 it.oma. I'ino
, supplied by pump.
properly to bo sold for partition.
Iti icely situated, perfectly drained and
If you want ono of tho bent
. proportion ia Rconettavilla now ia
ne. Apply to
10. ti. W. WADHU.;.
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H?ATI5 OF BDUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY op MAHWIORO,
CLEMENT MANLY, Plaintiff,
T. A. Blythe, P. ii. Corr, aud H. E.
Summons for Relief-Complaint not
?o tim Defendants. T. A, Blythe, P. II.
Corr and II. li. Fries,
You are hereby Summoned and roquir
ed to answer tho complaint in lin? action,
which i? Oled in tho office of tho Clerk ol
ihe Court of Commou Pleas in and for
tho County and State aforesaid, and to
servo a copy of your answer to the said
Complaint on tho subscriber at his office
io BENNETT8VIt,LE. S. C., within
twenty days after the sorvioo hereof, ex
clusive of thc day of such scrvico ; and
if you i'uil to answer ?ho complaint with?
in thc timo aforesaid, tho plaintiff in
his net ion will apply to the Court for
thc relief demanded in tho complaint.
Dated Juno 2d. A, D , 1904.
j SEAL. 1 J. A. DRAKE, Clerk.
T. W. BOUCHIER,
To thc Defendants. T A. Blythe, P. II.
Corr and II. E. Fries :
Please take notice that tho Suuiuinns
in this action, of which thc foregoing is
copy, was filed in tho office of the Clerk
of tho Court of Common Pleas at Ben
nettsville, in tho county of Marlboro in
(ho State of South Carolina on thc 28th
day of June, A. D., 1904.
T. W. BOUCHIER,
Bennettsville, S. C.
July 14, 1901-Gt
ELECTRIC LIGHT SYSTEM.
Rule No ll. Parties wishing the elec
trie plant run after midnight will be ac
commodated at the rate ot Three Dol'
lars per hour or part thereof by making
written application lo the Chairman ol
the Board stating length ol time he
wished the plant run and accompanying
thc request by the cash.
Rule No. 12. Any person using
Electric Fans 13 inch size shall pay One
Dollar per month on Flat Rate.
WO F FO RD COLLEGE
SPARTANBURC; S. C.
HENRY N. SNYDER, Lilt. IX, M. A
Four full College courses. Pavorubl
-urrouudiugs Cleveland Seieneo Hall
Gymnasium Athletic grounds. 51st yeai
begins Sept. 21st 1901.
For Catalogue apply tn.
J. A GAMEWELL. Secretary
W0FF0RD COLLEGE FITTING
SCHOOL, Spartanburg, S- C
Elegant new building. Carelul attention
to individual student. Board and tui
tion for year $iio. All inlormation
given hy A. M Du PRE,
July II, 1904. Head ?Master
Si tnuj ct' iring Wm gsi
ty>"iIF; Business leccmtll kriOwh o;* thc |
jg, CLIO NOVELTY MANUFCTI .
IllNU ?'.? I will '....!-..? te. !. km '
TU li < 'J..; ? ?y I . M LYX! M NI
TU RINO WUKtvb, with K ll. lVP.i
-ole owner and director.
The latest improved wood working
machines are being placed for doing ull
kinds of Novelty work for builders usc at
Mr. P. A. Hodges is agent at Bet ott
ville and will take your orders.
Oct '_?:!. I'JOH.
A Bicycle for a lady or Gouts
color Black or Blue with 28 in
wheels and rubber tires.
S. J. Pearson.
WE STILL FEED
WliKN iii town and you want u good
luoul, remoiaber we cu'l nervo you.
A good mea) for 25c. Restaurant
north of thc Markot.
FRESH OYSTERS in every style.
D. J. BRAYBOY
Bennettsville & Cheraw Railroad
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Commencing Monday Nov. 9, looa,
and until further notice, trains between
Cheraw and Bennettsville will be operated
on tlie followiug rehedulo, daily except
WKJJT BOUND FROM BENNETTSVILLE
TRAIN Leave Bennettsville 0 45 a m
43 Leave Everett's 7 25 a 111
Leave Kollcck's 7 40 a ni
Arrive Cheraw 7 50 a tn
TRAIN Leave Bennettsville 4 00 p 111
;i:i Leave Everett's 5 80 p m
Leave Kollock's 5 50 p m
Arrive Cheraw ? 00 p 111
BAST BOUND PROM CHERAW.
PRAIN Loavo Cheraw S 10 a n.
?5S Leave Kollock's S 20 a m
Leave Everett's S il? a m
Arrive Bennettsville 0 00 a m
TRAIN Leave Cheraw 9 2? p in
'.VI Leave Kollock'* 9 30 p BJ
Leave Everett's '.) 50 p 111
Arrive Bennettsville lo 20 p Ul
A. G. PAGE, SUPT.
Cheraw, Nov. 7, 19(K1.
AND CURE THE LUNGS
w T Dr. King's
OUGHS and 60c & $1.00
OLDS Free Trial.
Sure?t and Quickest Curo for all
THROAT and LUNG TROUB
LES, or MONEY BACK.
To discover who has tho weaker
side ol'an argument wait anti see
which is thc first to begin calling
AT 10 PM CIT ABOVE COST,
?if nty stock has beeri?
\jbought RIGHT this]
?means A GRIIAT SAVING1 TO Till
is An Inspection will decide the matter,
We invite Investigation. It will behM
ver g much to your Utterest.
G. W. Waddill & Son.
Sept 8, 1904
Li i J ? i\ ^im i J ii
POR HARDWARE OP BVBRY DESCRIPTION
Do you wasat the best Hay Fress
that has ever been on our
We have a car Load of them and
are selling them at $60 each.
If You expect to buy a BUGGY, a WA?ON
or a SET OF HARNESS, be sure to see me
? Have just Received Two Oar
Loads of BUQGISS, One Oar
WAGONS, And 100 BETS Of
?Ml of wohieh M mm, goimg
Jf sf*. <C? J** WW
. i 7?-l'? tUy O? t'h.630.
Soot 8, 190-1.
Our Mew UL* 1.23.?3
-TUB DIRECT WAY -
BENNETTSVILLE & CHER AW E. R.
^ Arrive Cheraw
AIR LINE RAILWAY.
Leave Bennettsville *7.00 a. m.,
*7.60 a. m.,
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
4 00 p. m.
0.00 p. m.
* Direct connections at Cheraw with through trains to Vi
rx" the North. East, South and West.
Fot further information call on J. T. MEDLIN, agent Bennottsvillo &
Cheraw lt. lt., Bennettsville,8. C., or address JOS. W, STEWART
T. V A.. SEABOARD Am LINE RV., Columbia. S. C.
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Boston, Buffalo, Pittsburg and all points Nonh and KUM.
The thort linc and quickest thno to Columbia, Savannah, Jacksonville,
Tau)j)a, Montgomery, New Orleans and all points Souih und West.
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Practical Pharmacist and Dealer in
Hpiirc 0rugs and patent ^edicincSj
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Vam and Fancy Stationery and School Supplies
Paints, Oils, Varnish* Brushes,
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<a- FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO. ^>
I?* Prescriptions carefully eopipoiiiided ul ail hour
und guaranteed to be of the Purest <JJriigu una ut
\ full line barden Seed 6L Onion Sets.
Thankful for pant liberal valronage we solicit a continuanccofta m
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Jaanury: 1. 1904. AT THB Ol.? ai'??I?