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THE M?RLBORD DEMOCRAT
S. A. BHOWN - - - Editor
Friday, September 23, 1904.
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PEN AND SCISSORQRAPHS
Court meets at Darlington next
Marion will have a Gala week
beginning on the 20th.
The state is taking steps to
prosecute agents selling impure
Japan is spending $16,000,
000 and Russia $45,000,000 per
month in war.
Poe Dee Presbytery meet Tuesday
night at "Waccarnnw church in the
lower part of Horry county near Port
A patent has been granted to
James S. Murdock, of Charleston,
on a hand cotton picker.
The total cost of tho maneuvres
at Manassas has been estimated at
$1,000,000. This does not include
tho value of the men killed.
The roof of the Depot at Society
Hill waa blown off during that
Capt John C. Blackwell has
been elected Sheriff of Darlington
County, and C. W. Milling is the
John Robinson's 4 ring circus
and 3 menageries will bo at Rock
ingham next Monday and at Fay
The tire Sunday night in the
office of the Secretary of State
at Columbia destroyed about
$1000 worth of stationery and
It is said that the destruction
wrought by the recent storm in
Horry county is greater than
that by the great August storm
several years ago.
Mrs. Minnie Rogers baa bought
from Mrs. McLean a lot on market
street and will begin at once the
erection thereon of a handsome
residence which, when completed,
will be occupied by Mrs. William
CARD OF THANKS.
We, the undersigned members
of the relief committee ot the Mon's
Club of tho Presbyterian Church,
wish in this public manner to
tender our heart-felt thanks and
J. T. Eason, Jr.
McColl's New Building.
Gov. Haywood has been invited
to McColl to attend thc laying of
the corner stono of thu new school
building which will cost about 10,
A Holl Robbsry.
On Wednesday night of last
week some one broke in a window
.f Mr. Powers shop and stole a
inc new saw, and whet rock and
aber tools. No clue yet to the
.towo Delivers Goods.
If there is danger of a man get
ing freckles on his reputation
i irrying his vinegar or molasses
orno iu a jug, he can avoid it by
I uying from Rowe's Grocery and
having his jugs sent home. See!
Roasting ears in September.
Mr. Wm Usher of tho Bethel
section was down Friday with
some fine specimen of mutton corn,
planted in June . That's the way
to live at home, with a good par
All See The Fair.
The Sumter Watchman says
that Mr. J. M. Woodley, who
went to the St Louis Exposition
recently, was so well pleased that
he came home and sent his family
to see it.
Tho Central Hotel.
The carpenters, masons and
painters have completed tho re
modeling and changes on the Dr.
Beatty Jennings house, and if. is
now occupied by Mr. Hilliard as a
hotel. Everything new and np to
"* Too Much l'or 50 Cents
Ktag'ri Improved Chill und Fever Tonic
IH tho finest I over HOW. I Hold one bottlo
which cured Homo in three families. The
only objection I have to il in that it CH rofl
too ninny iicoplo.
S. II. MAITIS.
Conrad's N C.
Twite not bnd. Lur^e bottle. Always
enrcs edd chills don't return. Sold by
".Just in the nick ol time our little hoy
was saved" writes Mrs. W. Watkins ol
pleasant City, Ohio. "Pneumonia had
played sad havoc with him and a terrine
COtlgh set in bestnes. Doctors treated
him, 1/iit he grew worse every day. At
length we tried Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, and bur darling
was saved. He's now sound, and well."
Everybody ought to know, it's the only
sure cure lor Coughs, (,'olds. and all
Lunji discashs. Guaranteed hy J. T.
Douglas Druggist. Price 50c and .fl no
Trial bottles lie?-.
At a meeting of the Ex Committee
thc returns ?rere tabulated and M. E.
Coward having received a roajoiity uf
the voles cast at the 'Vmmry Elec
tion held Sept 13th ia declared the
nominee of tbe Democratic party and
will be voted for at the General Elec
tion to be held in November.
C. S. MCCALL,
1 Co. Chin'n.
Hopi 15, 04. /
Everybody in thia community ?H
much pleased with the result of the
second primary election which chose
tbe lion J. E, Ellerbe aa the nominee
of the De mo erat io party of the 6 tb
District for Congress.
Miss Carrie M. Pegues baa returued
to Winthrop College to reaume her
Mr. O. M. PegueB ia back from his
pleasure trip to North Carolina.
M ?t?8 Emma W li it nell of Charleston
ia visiting Miss Carrie K. Pogues.
Mr. aud M ra. J. W. Whitaell of
Charleston is visiting Mr. and Mra
F Wilda Peguea.
Miss Minnie Wilson of Columbi*
who has been ou a visit to tho Miases
Moore's returned to ber homo Satur
M?38 Mary Moore made a flying
visit to Pat rik last Saturday
Miss Lena McRao of Benuettaville
ia teaching tbe New Hope school this
Mr. G W. Smith went to seo bia
best girl Sunday near Rockingham.
Mr. James Slovene of Lake Vinn,
N. C., baa located in our town.
Wo learn that Mrs. T. D. Lasbley
is quite sick.
Sept li), 1904.
How to he Plump.
Moat pooplo oonetantly imiter from loss
of appetite, especially for broukfunt, an au
plenwmt taste io tho mouth, low api ri tn ;
irritability, with a heuvy, dull bendaoho,
billiousness, Bick hoadacho, blotches OD thc
ukin, lack of energy and a feeling of wear
?ness, ail of which aro due to constipation.
Constipation ?H the foreruaer of indigestion
sluggish liver and nervousness, and it is of
the utmost importance that tho bowels
should bo gently regulated by a relinblo
nperient. Dr. King's Blood and Livor
P?IIH meet this want. 25c. at storo of Boa
WHAT'S THE MATTER?
Some of our farmors are grum
bling at tho seeming indifference
ot the cotton buyers in Bennetts,
ville. One day last week one of
our farmers got worried out try
ing to sell some at fair rates, went
to the phone and sold in Cheruw
in five minutes for 15 points more
. .. :' .viii s deni irt dh? ol it lo ( he
*'. A .. . .. .1 ...? LuCrmtec. ,
.-.th!, ."h- ; frightim ;
. . liisileg'r-hnt writes thai
i . vi len'-.! Arni-M Halve v; hoity cured it j
.. _ im weat salve in me world. Cure
guaranteed. Only 25c at J. T. Douglas'
Flowers I Flowers !
Mrs. ?Ino S. Moore bas a fine
lot of Geraniums, Begonias
Ferns, Palms and other plants,
well rooted, that she desires to
sell Cuttings 25c per dozen.
Disturbances of strikers are not nearly
as grave as an individual disorder ol the
system. Overwork, loss ot sleep, nervous
tension will be iollowed by utter collapse
unless a reliable remedy is immediately
employed. There's nothing so eflieient
to cure disotders ol the Liver or Kidneys
as Plnctric Hitters. It's a wonderlul
tonic, and effective nervino and the
greatest all around medicine lor run
down systems, lt dispels Nervousness,
Rheumatism and Neuralgia and expels
Marlaria germs. Only 50c and satislac
tion guaranteedjby J. T. Douglas, Drug
Tho Jury'3 Verdict.
An F.uglish coroner hail direc
ted llie jury iu a suicide case to lind
a verdict of felo de sc. "Well,
chaps," said the foreman of the jury
when they had retired to consider
the verdict, "it appears to me that
this 'tire chap shot'isself with a gun
after shoolin' another chap with a
gun, hut Dr. Jones, the coroner,
who wo all know and 'ighly respect
'e says that this 'ere chap fell in
the sea. Well, it ain't for the likes
of us to gt) arguin' the point with
the doctor, for 'o knows more about
than we do. So I propose wc find
a verdict of found drowned"-and
"This is preserving time' with
you women, isn't it?" "Stupid
tuan! Women ure buisy preserving
?ill thc year round." "Indeed?
What is there for them to pre
server'" Their complexion, if there
is nothing else."-Philadelphia
In tito still air tho music unheard;
In tho rough marble beauty biddon un.
To mnke thc music and tho beauty neodr.
Tiie Mnstor'a touch, tho sculptor's chisel
fi runt Maxtor, touch us with thy skillful
Let not tho music that is iu u* die;
Qroat Saviour, hew and polish tu, nor lot,
Hidden nud lost, thy form within us
Spare not thu Htrokc; do with tm os Thou
Let thoro bo naught uuiinished, broken,
Completo thy purposes that wo may be
Thy perfect imago, O our God and
- 1?MM- ?
tkll All) WIMBI f
Sept. 28th and 29th.
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VOU are wosr cordially Invited to visit \
our Millinery Roows on these dates,
?ou WILL see that C. B CROSLAND
is in the MILLINERY BUSINESS
TO WIN, j
_NH >z<yz<>*< >^< >*< >?< >t<_
W? Have a Eick Treat for any c
Waefeig a StyMs?a I Fasltaitraali
HAT ?B BOOTET.
Misses LEASE and CARLISLE spent sever '
lueeks in all of Fashionable- MILLINE.
CE Jil RES making our purchases
***-?-^"I^^'^-V?i ' ^ 1 '**
We will show you the be
Bought and Most up to da
stock in the City,
Buy your HAT
Cro?laiftfl's anni yo
will have the corree
ft+irlA Our Price wi!!
?tyie. Do The Rest.
Thanking ijoa jar past favors and solicibii
fi- SJ ^OSL?^D COr
?????? .. ;. :': Benriettsviil a S G, j
Mr. R F. Schultz, who
ec living in Orangeburg since Junu*
y has decided to return, nod linn
light nut Mr. Newberry, and will
ipen lt is Bakery nt the old stand
xt week- We extend hearty wei
me to Mr. Schultz and family.
What Worried Him.
I was greatly worried with CIUIIH fnr
irs until nbont four yearn ugo when I
k one-third bottle of Dr. Kings Chill
nie, and I buyo not had n chill 8ir.ee.
Not bad to take, rind nlways no cure
pay soc, at store of Roniicttavitle
arruuey, and nit mcdiciuc deulorri.
A Latter Day Shaker
[ havo Hold mont nil thu chill Ionics
do, but cou truthfuily Huy Hint liiere
nono that give tho mit infliction that
ir Dr King's Improvd Chill Tonie give?
alwaja eurea before ono bottle in taken,
laeo Bond me throo dozen at once.
C. EARNER Covington, N C.
Sold by Renneltsvillo Pharmacy,
hay* Better secure your needs in Mat
ea while they arc going .so low at Wad
S? Son, none better in town. The
ne good arc being sold in Bennttsville
'rom ? to 8 ctn per yard higher. Will
iw invoices in proof. See ?Iso their
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
EST KATIE V. BRKKDKN.
AVINO this day filed in the L'ro
bate Judges oiiloe ol'Marlboro Coun
my final return Re'urn us Executor of
Estutc of Katie 1' Breeden, Notice
lereby given that ? will apply tn said
art on thc 20th day ol'Sept I9G-I l'or a
d discharge as Executor as ulbresaid
Tuns. J. BUKUIKM,
Vug 20th 19?4. Executor.
own Tax Notice
[IE Town Rooka will hn oponed for col
lodion of toxua on Real Estate and
sonni Property on ?etober ist and close
! 31 1904 after which the penalty wi I
added and collected. The levy in as fob
rent ExpciiBCH 15 eta on S too
on R. R. Iiond.i 21 eta on $100
king Fund R. lt. 5 eta on $100
Electric Light Bonds 14 eta on $ioo
king fund E L Ronda .1 eta on S100
Total 59 eta on ?/.ioo
ly order of the Donnai!
MILTON MOLAURIN, Clerk.
?Opt 21 I004.
OTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
Ear MUS. NBLLIB T, HICKIUNO,
WINO thia day tilod in tho Probate
J nilgen office of Marlboro County my
I return aa ndminiatrator of nbovo ca
, notlco ia hereby given that I will tip
to 8A?1I court on the 2ist day of O?to
A. D. I904, for u final discharge aa
II. C. llKUHlNO,
Opt 31, 1904.
IjlA % N ir FIA
OFFICE OK COUNTY THEAS
BnnnctHville, S. C., Sept .
NOTICE is hereby given that
for thu collection of Taxes
lioro county for the fiscal yeur c<
Junuary int, 1904 will ba ope
Treasurer's Ollico in Benuettsv
on Saturday October 15th, 190.
rcransn open until Deeombec 3I
penalty. ATter that date tho p
be liddell on all unpaid Tuxes,
Tho levy in UH follows :
Ordinary County tax
Constitutional School tux
Total tux levy,
Sl'RCIAL SCltOOL.8 :
Poll Tnx of Ono Dollar on nil 1 .
mule persons from the DgOH o
years. Commutation Road T ii
Dollar on all able bodied mule pi -
i S to 50 yours of UKO.
J H. THOM .
While- handling n gun that ?
order is usually the story,
or.ler to prevent nccidenta
iiml lo be. -nie mid kill \v
wnnl to, I bavo employed ti
Gunsmith from Charleston, i
luis my gun repairing depart
charge, We are prepared ti
kind of fino gun repairing ir
order. Give usn iriul hud
be convinced that wo are pn
give you .satisfaction in prit
maus! i?> tind promptness
S. J. Pl?ATt
Pursuant to nn order of t
Hoard ot ?dncAlioo, the reg
examination for teachers' cer
will bo held in tho Court II
Bennettsville on Friday Oct,
The examination will bet?in p.
ut W ti. ni , mid ul! applicant)
be on hand nt (Iii.-; hour.
In addition to the regular E
applicants will bc examiu
"Hugh's Mistakes in Ten
"Peterinau's Civil (?over
"Silas Marmei," "Enoch Ante
W. fi. STANT?
Chra'ti Go Hoard o
Sept lOih, 1904.
53?" Okia and tomatoe
10c at Claude M?oi
WEATHERLY'S BIG DEFT ST?BE
J Wednesday ANO Thursday
September 28-29, 1904.
When we propose to SHOW lo our M
P?t?l? tibe Most (Hore? ons an cl H
g] ]^azzllnig Array ?if m
I ff ?l I
p >ev?^^ |P
j MISS?B??^ETT^ ?f ??W |
j York City,- is' m ??aarg? of this
. I B?pjftrlm??t,
And this is A GUARANTEE IN ITSELF that nil
ol' OUR FRIENDS will be more than pleased. P
We claim the Distinction of having SATISFIED A ?0.
GREATER NUMBER OF PEOPLE LAST SEASON ||
WITH MILLINERY than any competitor has ?I
done before, anti wc arc ??OUI? to make A STILL Ka!
LETTER RECORD THIS SEASON. %
WEDNESDAY THURSDAY I
September 28-29, 1904. g
Wc will Expect you. m
YO Uli S TRULY, ?j
ir* 0 -'"'V
lYlAJU 1 iVi X U 1^1 il VJ l? livjuu -
ID IN SOUTH CAROLINA Now
to LD Bv SEABOARD Am LINK
touimencing march 25th, the
board Air Lino Railway, in
plianco with the new law, have
?ale IOQO mile family ticlcetP,
d for the use of the immediate
nbers ot one family, between
ions within the State of South
ol ina on the line of the Sea
rd Air Line Railway. These
:ets are sold at $25,60 and arc
ited to one year from dato ol
?he popular Interchangeable
?lc, goodover 2C different lines,
1 continue on sale nuder same
alitions as heretofore,
.''or further information apply
Seaboard- agents, or address
!? W. Stewart Tra v. Pass. Agent
lumbia S. C.
ARNING NOTICE !
fe the undersigned control the hunt
and fishing privileges on the Kstatc
ls ot J. E Coxe. anil the lands ol L.
larrican lying between the cow track
1 and the river, and :dso the lands
\. J. Matheson known as the huller
e. We hereby warn all persons
ins: hunting or fishing on any of said
T. S. and E. W. EVANS,
ept i, 1904.
'nable Resident. Property
IN I?AST HKNN.Eri'SVIhLKr g
WEST PI ur; ?VKHETT KT.
SSISTIXO of 2 I aeren, one lur^e Kc
idouce-6 rooms, Fine wntcr, sup
by pump at door of nfovc room. One
.nt house, barns, atiiblcs, ito.
. e ; m:i I li i residence, 5 moms. Fine
r, supplied by pump,
lin property to ho Bold for partition.
nicely situated, perfectly drained aod
ny. If you want one of tho brst
mt propertioH in Bunuel ts vii lo now in
time. Apply to
ig. 10. G. \V. WADDILL.
Notice of Court
'ICE ?H hereby given thut tho Court
f Genend Sonnions for thc County of
oro will convene ut Ilounettaville on
'hird Monday in October, iboing thc
day thereof) 190.}, nt Bonnottavlllo
1 for tho county of Marlboro and Si nie
ith Carolina. All persona interested
?ko duo notieo thereof.
J. A. DRAKE,
Clerk Court of C. P, A-, O. S.
For Marlboro Co., S, C.
16, 1904. - im
.. C. S. McCall represents
gootl companies and will
you all needed information,
i his nnvertiecnient iii other
BemiellsyijjB & Cheraw Rajitoaj
Comuicocing Monday Sept. Iii, 1904,
and until l'un lier notice, trains between
Cheraw and Ronucttsville will be operated
ou the following rchcdule. daily except
WEST BOUND FROM BENNETTSVILLE
No. 1. No. 3.
Lv Bcnncttsvillc 7 (?5 a ni 5 00 p tn
Lv l.-lay 7 l.r) a in 5 lf> p
Lv Madeline 7 20 a tu ii 20 p tn
Lv Everett's 7 30 a in 6 35 p m
Lv Irby 7 35 a in lt? p
Lv Frusta 7 -m a tn 5 45 p ni
Arrive Kollock 7 45 am 5 55 p ni
Arrive Cheraw 0 10 j?
EAST BOUND FROM CHERAW.
No. 2. No. 4
Lv Cheraw 9 25 p ni
Lv Kol lock S 10 a in '.t 35 p
Lv Frosts S 20 a m "J 40 p h
Lv Irby S 30 a ni 'J 45 p ni
Lv Everett S 40 a m 0 50 p m
Lv Madeline S 50 a III U 55 p in
Lv I^lay 9 ot) a tn lo <)0 P lu
Ar Rennel tsviile y IS a ni 10 15 p ni
AT BBNNBTTSUILLB-Tho BOUth bonn?
morning tr ainu on A. ?, L. cunucutB with
train No I, Train No 2 cooneots With
C L local freight north und Bouth bound
AT KoLI.OCK-Train Non t uud 2 cou
neut with north und Bouth bound S. A I
AT CIIBKAW-Train No 3 oonncjti with
north and Houth bouud S A. L truiuw
mid train No 4 conncctB with north bonn
S A. I, trninx.
J. T. Medlin, J. P. EvoroU,
Trnllio Mgr. Superintendent
___ /CONSUMPTION pr?eo
Fun 8 OUGHS and 60c&$1.00
ISOLDS Freo Trial.
Surest and Quickest Oure for all
THROAT and LUNG TROUB
I*EB, or MONEY BACK.
rjflllE Bu?ncpfl recently known as the
X CLIO NOVELTY MANUFCTU
RINO . will hereafter bo known as
THE CLIO NOVELTY MANUFAC
TURING WORKS, with P. II. IVEV
sole owner and director.
The latest improved wood working
machines are being placed for doing till
kinds ul'Novelty work for builders usc al
Mr. P. A. Hodge? is agent at Bennetts
ville and will take your unler.s.
Oct 23, 1903.
If my st och hms heem\
fought HIGHT thi?
means A GREAT SAVING TO T???
Wm An Inspection will decide the matter.
We invite Investigation. It will ?6J|||
if?* vera much to nour iuterest. W$L
G. W. Waddill & Son. i
m, 1 ?
^ Sept 8, 1904
TOR HARDWARE OE WM DESCRIPTION.
Do you wasat the best Hay Fress
that has ever been on our
We have a car lioad of them and
are selling them at $60 each.
Cf You expect to buy a BUG-G-Y, a WAG-ON
or a SET OF HARNESS, be sure to see me
I Have just Received Two Gar
Loads of BUGGIES, One Car
WAGONS, And 100 SETS Of
Et will.be to your interest to ??Bo^?i?^p??ave
Pitying an-?- ?i t hose. '
Sont 8, 190L
3?. & WU
Our 3!^r<?T_757- JELa?:o.<e>
-THE DIRECT WAY -
BENNETTS VILLE & CHER AW R. R.
-- AND- '
812 *? BO AM JP
AIR LINE RAILWAY.
*7.05 a. m.,
Leave Bennettaville *7.05 a. m., 5 00 p. m.
Arrive Cheraw G. 10 p. ra.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
* Direct connections at Cheraw with through trains to
. . . . . . . . ul ,\ ? i f)
Tho short lino ami iiuickcst tirac to Wilmington, Chorl'itto, Atlanta,
Raleigh, Kichtnoud, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, ??.,
Boston, Buffalo, Pittsburg and all pointd North and East.
^ Thc short linc and quickest time to Columbia, Savannah Jacksonville, ?C
Tampa, Montgomery, New Orleans aud all points South and West.
?# Foi further information call on .7. T. MEDLIN, agent Bennetts ville & i?
Oberaw H. U.. ucnoeUsvillo.S. C., or address JOS. W, STEWART g>?
T. I* A., SEABOARD AIR LINE Rv., Columbia, S. C.
0HARLKS P. STEWART, A. 0. P. A., S.A.L, Ry, Savannah, Od.
Practical Pharmacist and Dealer in
pure Juruga and patent Medicines,
< TOILET ; ARTICLES H0F$> EVERY j^KlND, fe
>lam and Fancy Stationery and School Supplies
Paints, Oils, Yamisli, Bzusl&es,
G-LASS and PUTTY.
^FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
*aY- Prescriptions carefully compounded al all howl
and guaranteed to be of the lJurcsb Drug* and ab
\ full line barden Seed 6L Onion Sets.
Thankful for past liberal patronage we solicit a continuo ncc of? a m
J. T. DOUGLAS & BRO.
Jaamiry: 1, 1904. AT THE OXiD STAH?