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8, A, BROWN - - - Editor
Friday, September 30, 1904.
, Habicrlptlon Pr!cet
To the Demoorats of Marlboro.
Tho Primary ?lection is over and j
the next thing ia order is to prepare |
to vote in the General election, so se? |
cure your Registration tickets at Ben
lionsville, on Monday October 3rd.
Do not delay or put il off but get
your own and tell your fellow demo-1
crata This is important and should
not ho neglected or put off.
C. 8. MCCALL,
PEN AND SCISSORQRAPHS
Ex-Gov. Bob Taylor, of Ken
tucky bas a now wife.
?Sumter will have a "Gamo Cock
Carnival" tho week beginning
Judge Gage has returned from
Scotland, but his health is still
too feeble to permit him to per
form his judicial functions.
The farmers of the country met
in St LOU?B Tuesday to discuss
possibilities for growing und haul
Tho official returns give J. E.
Ellerbo 7,735 and J. W. Ragsdalo
5,730, a majority of 2,005 for El
lerbe iu the district.
Capt Charles Donald Clay, .re
tired United Statos army has been
appointed commandant of cadets
at Clemson college to report No
vomber ]. Ho is a Kentuckian
and a grand-son of Henry Clay
and was retired on account of
wounds received while serving in
\ The jury in tho case of Henry
'Dean, of Kpartanburg, S. C., char
god with tho murder of Hiller
McKinney, returned a verdict ol'
guilty with recommendation of
mercy. Ho waa sentenced to im
prisonment, lor life. Notice ol ap
peal was given.
-Charlotte Observer: Tho re
port of tho Census Bureau that
390,414 halos of cotton had be??n
ginned up lo tho lat of ?3" r
of this year a?? '"
up to F^* '
indicate* riuit ihU yoi?:
b?riVi Tl;1? indi :atiou in ah a; :
fi bin rio. i n vu IV ?? f ix: n h: iii :
I .tue ai;'ion of Sherill H btij
. priso oar again* whon ; ? >. .
of lynching had . i ni
.?. prudent ant ? the :?. .
..*.' decided good uklgni' i
lug no risky ant! les .
ii an ouhf pi! .?!?.?.. ut io ii
worth a pouna ot euro ?io iu JJ,
then why criticise him for act
ing on the old maxim "prudence
is the better part of valor."
However, it is characteristic of
some people to damn a public
officer if he does, or damn him
/ if he don't. His only protection
is in exercising his own good
judgment, and taking no risks
with a thoughtless mob.
And, just here we want to say
that the outside world would
never have known what Sheriff
Scarboro had done, if those con
nected with the governor's office
had not given the news to the
press. Now, whether this was
justice to Sherill' Scarboro, or a
spec of a modern journalistic en
terprise, we let the public say.
Its publication did more harm
Our Rig Pension List.
V. H. Story, a deputy col
f fho Grand Army Encani
lle other day told tho New
imesofa disputo between
i and Confederate veteran
as to tho right or wrong of tho Ci
val war, when finally the Union
"Well, you must admit, anyway,
that we licked you Johnnies good
"Yes, you licked us. "That's
true," replied the Southerner.
'But I have boen looking over the
\ pension list lately and i lind thal
wo must have wounded a devil of
u lot of you and that we aro help
to pay for it still."
A court recently held that a fel
low who atolo a kiss from a pretty
girl is not guilty of assault be
cause there waB no intent to in
jure. Well, it is furthermore
held in STAK chamber that it is
not larceny because the kiss he
took is the kiss he gave thc girl.
There could have boen no kiss
without the follow had a sharu in
it and if sho didn't kiss hack oho
had no share in thc osculation,
1 lonco ho did not feloniously take
and carry away anything that be
longed to the girl.
A mother was trying to im
press on her four year old son
the importance of going to bed
"You know," she began, "the
little chickens always go to bed
with Lho sun."
"yes, mamma," he interrup
' ted, "but, the big hen always
goes along too."-Philadelphia
??Soo ad, farm for sale al
Died at ker honte near Prospect
church, North Marlboro Circuit, on
Wednesday September 21,1904, after
a protracted illness, Mrs. Annie Grant
beloved wifo of Mr. Charlie Grant.
She wa8 a member of Prospect
church and laid to rest in the ceme
tery at that place Thursday 22nd,
Rev. T. L. Belvin conducting the ser
Mr. George W. Taylor, the photo
grapher, who shot himself on Thurs
day morning September 22ud, died
at 5 o'clock the same evening and was
buried from the residence of Mr. G.
YY. Waddill on Friday afternoon at
4 o'clock at Oak Rid e cemetery.
Rev. Bunyan McLeod of the Presby
terian church conducting the burial
i The many friends of Hon J. E.
Ellerbe in Marlboro extend sympathy
in the loss of his little daughter Nellie
who died on Friday last at his homo
Died at his residence, in this town
on Monday morning September 26th,
IU04, nt (>.30 o'clock, after a long ill?
ness that bullied the skill of tho bout
physicians, Mr. J. FRANK BREEDEN,
in his od th year.
He was the eldest son of tho late
Rev. Wm. K. Breeden, and spent
moat of his life in the study ot agrU
cultural problems and to diversified
farming for this section, making a
grand success in his chosen calling
and owned some of tho finest farming
lauds in this county. He was a friend
to tlic poor, and was muong tho first
farmers to introduco the "share crop"
system, which enabled bis ten an tn all
to live much easier and free from so
much debt at the end of the year.
Hu was a good soldier in the confed
erate wnr, having gone in ns a mem
ber of Compony D. 3rd Regimcut of
Stale troops, doing Borvico on the
coast between Charleston and Savar ah
und was at the evacuation of holli
cities. Tbe officers of this company
were Capt /. A. Drake, 1st Lieut, J.
T. Rogers, 2d Lieut. ;T. F. McRae,
3d Lieut. W. H. Kirkwood. This
company was composed of young men
under 18, Mr. breeden being the
youngeat and scaice 16. Only 15 sur
vive in Marlboro: J. T. Rogers, T. F.
McRae, Smith Newton, Jesse B.
Adams, L. D. Stubbs, T. M. Adama,
a. J. Matheson, W. E. Crosland, I.
P. Gibson, Rev Welcome Quick.
Arch McPherson, B J.Newton, John
Lewis, M alcorn Parham, John Taylor
many cf whim were present et the
funeral and saw their comrade laid
away in the tomb.
lu early life he joined the M. E
Church, South, and held his member
ship at Smyrna church until he moved
o Ben ne tts ville. He loved his church
nd did what he could BS steward,
nday School Superintendent, Dis
trict Steward, and as a member on
the board of Finance at the annual
conferences. The "circuit riders" al-(
ways found a friend in J. F. Breeden I
}...- >. ; ...iv mu tn all'
ed io Ko i- i
pioned everything looking to improve
ment, and especially the health of our
Besides a large circle of relative?,
lie leaves a devoted wife (noe Miss
Sal'ic Peaison) and eight grown chil
dren- 3 girls and 5 boys-Mrs Alice
Liles, Mrs Lizzie Moore, aud Mrs.
Lena Barlow; Theodore, L" Robt K.,
Willie P., James and Charlie; all
married except Charlie. His death
was the first to occur iu this largo and
The funeral servicos were held al
Oak Ridge cemetery ou Tuesday morn
ing at 10.30 and were conducted hy
Roy. T. K. Morris, assisted by Revs
W. B. Baker and J. W. Ariuil, in the
presence of the largest concourse ever
assembled within the grounds. The
pull hearers were his co-workers in
Town Council-Mayor P. A. Hodges,
Aldermen C. S. Ch ullin, A. G. Sinclair,
W. AV. Pute, and Clerk and Treas
urer Milton McLaurin, James F. Da
vid, Chief ot Police.
What moro shall we say ? Marlboro
has lost one of her noblest sous, Ben
nettsville ono ol lier most prominent
citizens, the church a most zealous
and consistent member!
Shall we express our sympathy for
the sorely stricken family, the be
reaved widow and tho disconsolate
' Thora ure billown fur out in tho ocean
Which nover will break on tho bench ;
Thero aro WUVCH of human innot i on,
That cnn lind no cxprcm?ou iuBjioeeh."
Tho following rcHolutiona ou tho death
of Aldcrmun Breeden wero pawed, at u
called meeting of Town Conned, Kept 27,
YVhoronH God in hi? allwi?e providenoo
ban laid bin cbnatoning hnud upon UH and
our town and romoved from un, our highly
cntcemcd co workor and fellow councilor
J. P. Branden, and whereat) wo deeply
feel and sorrowfully mourn bin lor-,?, there
fore, bc it Itosolved .'
lat. That in ida death the Town of
BenoetteviHe lina lotti a faithful, upright
and uHcful olliccr, and tho community a
valunblo and public spirited citi/.OD.
2nd That wo tender Inn griof Htriokou
family our mncorcHt and heartfelt aympathy.
3rd. That t'uOBo refill 1:tiona bo inscribed
on a pago upon the minuto book of tho
Town Council nnd a copy bo unit to tho
borehvnd family and lo the county papera
N 'or The Head.
rest of recruitB,
an ant, who could
no ?ith him, was
dr aticuce. At laat
tin ; shouteaV'Man,
wi on for?"
tny collar from
sdi ;ho roady retort.
ig Ti m OH.
> !i? ?lo?
ti Ki de b?/l
FAIL AHB WIITO
Sept. 28th and 29th,
VOU are. most cordially Inuited to uisit
our Millinery Rooms on these dates.
You WILL see that C. B CROSLAND
is in the MILLINERY BUSINESS
We Have a Efeli Treat if or amy onie
Wanting a Stylish i FasMowaMe
HAT OB BOOTET.
Misses LE SIS fl and CARLISLE spent several
weeks in all of Fashionable MILLINERY
CEN1RES meeking our purchases
"We will show you the best
Bought and Most up to date
stock in the City.
Buy your MAT from
Crosland'* and yow
will have the correct
QifxrlOur Price will
OL?y1^- Do The Rest.
Thanking you for pus! jurors and soliciting
C. B. CROSLAND CO,
?opt. 22, L904. Bennetts vi Ile ? 0
Hfi?V Iii hu *.'?: .. iu)l
pleasant taste iu tho month, low spirits;
irritability, with a heavy, didi headache,
hilliousncss, Rick headache, blotches on the
skin, lack of energy und a feeling of wear
?UGHS, nil of which uro due to constipation.
Constipation is thc fororuner of indigestion
sluggish liver and nervousness, nnil it is of
tho. utmost importance that the. bowels
hhonld bu goutly regulated by a reliable
aperient. Dr. King's Blond ?nd Liver
Tills meet tliis want. 25c. at store of Bon
lt Buvod lila LOK
P. A. Danlorth ol LaGrange, (ia.,
suffered for six months with a frightful
running sore on his leg; but writes that
llucklen's Arnica Salve wholly cured it
in five days. For Ulcers. Wounds, Piles,
ii's the best suive in the world. Cure
guaranteed. Only 25c at j, T. Douglas'
Flowers ! Flowers !
Mrs. Jno S. Moore has a line
lot of Geraniums, Begonias
Ferns, Palms and other plants,
well rooted, that she desires to
sell Cuttings 2??o per dozen.
Disturbances ol strikers arc not nearly
as grave as an individual disorder ol the
system. Overwork, loss ot sleep, nervous
tension will be tollowed by uttercollap.se
unless a reliable remedy is immediately
employed. There's nothing so efficient
to cure dlsoiders ol the Liver or Kidneys
as Klnctric Hitters. It's a wonderlul
tonic, and effective nervine and the
greatest all around medicine tor run
clown systems, lt dispels Nervousness.
Rheumatism and Neuralgia and expels
Mariana germs. Only 500 and satisfac
tion guaranteed [by J. T. Douglas, Drug
Too Much for 50 Couts.
Kind's Improved Chill and Favor Tonic
is Ibo finest I ever saw. I sold one battle
which cured nonio in three families. Thc
only objection I havo to it is that it cures
too many pooplu.
S. If. MATT IS.
Courad's N 0.
Tanto not had. Large bottle. Always
cures add chilla don't return. Sold hy
Kennet Oville pharmacy.
Tragody A vorteil
"Just in the nick ot time our little boy
was saved" writes Mrs. W. Watkins ol
Pleasant Cuy, Ohio. "Pneumonia had
played sad havoc with him and aterrille
cough set in besincs. Doctors treated
him, but he grew worse everyday. At
length we tried Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, and our darling
was saved. He's now sound, and well."
Everybody ought to know, it's the only
sure cure lor Coughs. Colds, and all
Lung discashs. Guaranteed by J. T.
Douglas Druggist. Piicc 50c and $1 co
Trial bottles tree
I is said the entire rail mad busi
ness in tho United ?States is direc
ted by five men, and lour of these
big mon aro practically controlled
by John I). Rock fol I or.
\v ?mt's the trouble uow?'
Henry wanted to know. 1
you cnme in hist night," e:
ed tho patient wife, "you w
hod with your lint and sho
nuil you hung your cont i
gu? fixture und carefully
your wuti'.h and necktie und?
bed. A Russian cnn nt len
tire in good order."--Cle'
An evangelist declares
Adam never gave Eve any t
by staying out late at uight.
do not wish to say anythii
gain?t Adam, but it must
membered that at that tit
bad no choice where to go.
What Worried Him
I wa? prontly worried with ct
yonrH until about four yours ntro
took ono-third bottle of Dr. Kinp
Tonic, mid 1 have not hud n ohil
Not hud tn tube, and alway? no
no pay 500, a* ?tore ol" Denn
Pharmacy, und nil medicine dealer
A Latter Day Shnkei
I have ROld mont all tho chill
made, but eau truthfully nay tho
are nono that give the cntiHfaeti
your Dr King's Improvd Chill Ton
It always euros heforo one bottle i
Please send nw: three dozen a
J. 0. HARKER Covington, N <;
Sold l>y Rounottavtllo Phurmac;
??????y ? iicttcr secure your needs
line.- while tliey mn going so low :
dill ,V Sot., none bettor in town,
-nine a nod are being .-old in lien
?ii from ."> to S ctn per yard highci
show invoices in proof. See al
ELECTRIC LIGHT CHA
? Commencing on Ont mt the
light plan', will be operated nil nij
Commissian han raised tho Hut i
cents per light eh II roll CH excepted
wrishiog all night oervieo on li?t
pay ono dollar pur light.
No churge in meter rate, HO it
more satisfactory if patrons willi
tors installed, as the nun dollar p
late will apply if lights aro UHCII af
Should any one wish meters eu
tho superintendent and ho wi!
thuin. The above ehnnges wiil tal
Ronni of Publie Wot
H. h. McC
An elegant two-htory i
with 6 rooms, good wi
Jennings streets. Kor 1
apply to lt. '1'. Ri
J?TBElirS Blt ? STOBE ;
Wednesday ANO Thursday |
September 28-29, 1904. ?
^liem w? propose to SHOW to w il
People th o Mos t Gorgeous amil ^
P?azilng Army of
?ver sfcowaa here.
ass RUTH oT^1T1T
E O UK FRIENDS will be more than pleased.
, of New I
Yoriv City, is m charge of this S
And this is A GUARANTEE IN ITSELF that all M\
We claim the Distinction ol'having SATISFIED A ??sj
TREATER NUMBER OF PEOPLE LAST SEASON '0
AZ" I TH MILLINERY limn anv competitor has M
lone before, and we are going to make A STILL fa
VE'J'TEU R ECO an rms SEASON.
September S8-S9, 1904.
We will Expect you.
YO (JUS TH ULY,
Ci Mi WEATHERLY
i. . .::. <;?. ?
IN ?SOUTH CAROLINA NOW
LD liv SEABOARD AIR LINE
aime nein g march 25 th, the
>ard Air Line Railway, in
liance with the now law, have
e 1000 mile family tickets,
for thc use of thc imm?diate
tere bf one family, between
1 ns within tho State of South
ina on tho lino of the Sea
Air Line Railway. Th?se
S ure ?old nt$20,bll and are
. tl to one your from date ol
j popular Interchangeable'
good over 2f> differeut lines,
ontinue on salo under saino
tiona as heretofore.
. further information apply
thoa rd agents, or address
V. Stewart Tra v. Pass. Agent
thia S. C.
RN IN G NOTICE !
hc/indcrsigned control the Imnt
I fishing privileges on the Estate
it J. E. Coxe. and the lands ot L.
rigan lying between the cow track
nd tire river, and also thc lands
. Matheson known as the butler
We hereby warn all persons
t homing or fishing on any of said
T. S. and E. W. EVANS,
F ORSA L E
ailie Resident Property
>1 EAST HEN NETTS Y 1 LbE
WEST SIUK EVKIIKTT PT.
lISTINi; of 'll aeren, om: large itu
euee-6 rooms. Fine watur, sup
y pump ut dour of move lonni. Out!
., house, lurriR, utablop, ?Ssc.
Pin ni 1er rcpJdeneo, ? roomn. Fine
supplied hy pump,
i property to bo nohl tor partition,
licuiy Riluutcd, perfectly drained and
/, If you wniU ono of the IJCHI
it properties in Bcniiottftvillo now ie
lino. Apply to
j. lt). (!. W. W.\ni>iu..
Notice of Court
CE ?H hereby given that tho Court
(?encrai SewiionH for the County of
>ro will convene ut Bonuottavlllo on
drd Monday in i)etobor, . being the
lay thereof) iyo.i, nt Bonnettsville
for tlie comity of .Marlboro and St Rte
th Carolina. All pcrHOiiH intorcstcd
ko duu notieo thereof.
J. A. DRAKE,
Clork Court of C. V. & G. H.
For Marlboro Co., H. C.
. 16, 1904. - un
\ C. S. McCall representa
igood companies and will
you till needed infarmation.
I his advertisement in other
le in its vi! te l Ohoraw Itaiii
Goinnicnciog Monday ?So |>t. 12, 1901,
and undi Inri her notice, trains between
(J li craw and henncttsville will bo nporatcd
on lim following tc'.iedule, daily except
WEST HOUND FROM BENNETTSVILLH
' J'? A IN TRAIN
No. 1. No. 3.
IA* Bennet tsville 7 05 a ui 5 00 p m
Lv islay 7 1.7 a m 5 15 p ni
IA* Mudcline 7 'JO a tn 5 'JO p ni
IA* Everett's 7 30 u in 5 35 p ni
IA' Irby 7 35 a ni 5 111 p in
liv Frusta 7 40 a ni 5 45 p ni
Ai rive Kollock 7 15 u in 5 55 p in
Arrive Chcraw 0 IO p tn
BAST HOUND PROM CH ER AW.
No. J. No. I
IA ('lieraw y 25 p in
liv Kolluek S IO a in 0 35 p m
Kv Ernsts S 'Jo a tn 0 lt) p in
Lv Irby S 30 u m 0 45 p tu
Ly Ever oil S 40 a m 0 50 p ni
liv Madeline s fri) a iu '.. 55 p in
Lv Way '.' 00 a in Ul 00 p ni
Ar. Bnnoeltflville 9 lSjt in IO 15 p m
AT UKNNKTTSIIII.LB-Tho HOUth bonne,
morning triiiim on A. C. L. oonuectH willi
train No i. Train No 2 connects with A.
O. L local freight north nud routh bou od.
AT Kol.I.OCK -Train NOB I nud 2 con
licet with north und Boutli hound S. A L
AT GnBItAW-Train No 3 connect-; witli
north nud Houth bouud S A. h traiuu,
und train No 4 counootfl with north boomi
? A. L train**.
J. T. Medlin. J. V Everett,
TruHic Mgr. Superintendent.
km CU RE THE LUNGS
wlT Dr. King's
FOR fi OUGHSand S0c&$1.00
r ISOLDS Froo Trial.
Surent and Quickest Guru for nil
THROAT and LUNG TROUB
LES, or MONEY BACK.
"ffllE Business recen?y known as thc
X OLIO NOVELTY MANUF0TU
UNG CO., will hereafter he known ns
['HE OLIO NOVELTY MANUKAC
rrjiiiNG WORKS, with r. H. IVEV
ole owner and director,
Thu latest improved wood working
naelnncs nro being placed for doing ail
:inds nf Novelty work for builders usc ut
Mr. 1?, A. Hodges is agent at Bennett
'ide and will take your orders.
Om a?, 1003.
RI fi ?TOE!
A? io rat CUNT mn mi
_11 ,,,,,,, ..i.
%lfmy stacie fms heem^
bought MIGHT this\
?meuns A GREAT SAVING1 TO THE
' An Inspection will decide the matter, (m
We invite Investigation. It will ?tfjpl
J vcr g much to your interest.
J G. W. Waddill & Son. M
Sept 8, 1904
Do you wast the "best Hay Press
that has ever been on our
We have a car Load of them and
are selling them at $60 each.
If Yon expect to buy a BTJG-G-Y, a WAGON
or a SET OF HARNESS, be sure to see me
? Have just Received Two Oar
Loads of BXTG-G-I3SS, One Car
WAGONS, And 100 SETS Of
of which 1 um going.
It will be to your interest to see ino before
ayiug any ci these. - -%
Sent 8, 1901.
iTORTIi, SOU TH $$f
Our l$?~&-\7v- X_D 1 irx &
-Tl 115 1)IUEl T WA Y
BENNETTSVILLE ? CHER AW R. R. M
5 00 p. m.
0.10 p. ra.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
* Direct connections at Cheraw with through trains to 5fx
the North, East, South and Wost.
'<, Thc short Uni! and quickest lime to Wihniimton, Charl '(".. Atlanta, ?Oi
O Raleigh, Kic.luuoud, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York,
x Boston. Buffalo, Pittsburg and all points Kori ll and Ktist. xi
?... ? .
Tho short lino and quickest time to Columbia, Savannah. Jacksonville,
Tampa. Montgomery, New Orleans and all point.?. South ?ind Wost. td
Pot further information call on J. T. MKJlLlN, agent ncnncltsvillo oe
Clioraw R. lt.. Bonnettavillo.S. G., or address JOS. W, STKWART
T. P A., SEAUOAKU AIR LINE RV., Columbia, S. (! ?:?
CI1ARLKS T. STKWART, A. (J. P. A, S.A.L, Ry, Savannah, Ga.
>T< w>t<>T<>$<>$<>$<>5N>?< y$<>r<>t<>t< >t<>t<>t<>t< K??>. Y<
'rael?ral Pharmacist and Dealer in
ure BS nias und l!0atonl ISSI edi oin o^?
" ?-rf hr- "-r '-i
Plain and Fancy Stationery and School Supplies
Paints, Oils, Tarnish, BrnB3ies9
GKLASS and PUTTY.
<^FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO.^
soy- Prescriptions carefully CODI pounded ul ult haul
and guaranteed to bc of' Hie -L'urest Drug* and at
A full line (?arden Seed & Onion Sets.
Thankful for pa si liberal patronage we solicit a continuance of Kt rn
J, T. DOUGLAS & BRO.
Jaanury: 1, 190-1. AT THE OLD STAND