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S. A. Ii ito 1FN - - - Editor
Friday, Ootober 28, 1904.
One year.S3 1.00
PEN AND SCISSOil GRAPHS
Dr. Van Hoffman of Sumter
shot himself Monday about noon
natl died soon after. No cause
Edward Kelly, who killed flou
ry Bradshaw in Darlington Oct
8, was granted hail by Judge Al
drich at Choraw last Thursday.
The amount of hail was fixed at
Tho Democrat has uo patience
with tho wild criticisms of Gov
ernor Ileywnrd in commuting tho
sontence ol Hoyt Hayos. Wo be
lieve ho was right. The doubts
are not ?uf?cicnt for pardon, and
imprisonment for lifo is a humane
KO uso of justice. Wo arc proud of
Mr. Editor-As I have not seen
anything from these parla tor some
time will givo you a lew dote. Cotton
picking will soon be over-short crop
Miss Lucy Pegues ia hack from
Flat Ruck, ?. C., where ehe has been
on a visit.
Mewl li. R , P. B , and 8. C. Pe
gues aro hick at Charleston to i estime
their Etudi?s at Porter's Military
Among those at Columbia this week
aro Maj R M and ? M Pegues, Mr
F W Pegues ami wife. Miss Car Hr
K Puegnes, Mr F P B Pogues, und
wife, Miss Lucy Pegues, ard Mr. W.
B Pc g es.
Misses Mag und Olni.-r Moore will
leave Wednesday uig'Uttotako in the
W^tHis Fu?rirt Pt'Louis.
?S Mr. T L> Lashley and little son
George Dewey, were in Raleigh Just
week taking thc Fair.
Miss Marv Pogues ia visiting Mis.
J P.'Smith at Hartville this week
MibK Mano Y Pogues is attending
school at Rockingham.
Mrs W C Leak ol Rockingham who
has been on a visil to her sister Mis.
F P B Pegues, has returned hume
Mr. F \V Davis who was our clever
R R agent here, for tpiito awhile, has
resigned and located in Raleigh. We
regret lo IOHO Mr and Mrs Davis Ile
is succeeded by Mr I' W Smith of
Blondy, S (J, who seems to bu HU ex
cellent gentleman und has a very
ede vcr wife.
Mrs James McArthur and children
w ho have been on a visit to her sister
Mr i \V QOi k .; I !\ j t\
sifioh with Capt i K ofailoy; t:l \V
. ihitb jj?vi ig le?iginic.) ' f-y.iiy.,' ' .
and family will in a few days move t >
Virginia We regret to loae> Mr. Frost
and family. Ile lias sold out his big
saw msiriuiu planning outfit to Hick
S-n Lumber Co., of Lynchburg, Va.
.lack Frost thia morning the first ol
Oct 24,04. BEX.
' "Do you think your father would ob
ject to your marrying mt'?"
Rho-'"If ho li.inks ns I do he certain
ly would; and, if you don't get King.s Cat?
arrh Cure, and tako it for bad breath,
you've yot to sit further away."
No man has an excuso tor had Breath
whoa Bonncttnville Drug t?o , sells a posi
tive cure-guaranteed, for $1.00.
What Ls tho size of your Hat?.
When you've been with tho boys ni'
night und have a durk brown taste and
your head feels too big for your hat, call
at BcnnottHvillo Pharmacy and got a toe,
puckago Captura. It will make your hat
fit better. Convenient to enrry in tho
pocket Thc genuine has name Barwell iV
ilTcr lor sale my larm situated about
nile north ol Red Springs. N- (J .
tining 127A acres-about 75 acres
cel. There is a very gootl 3 room
liing house on the premises. For
mt particulars, piense wt he to me
at ijitmbcrton, X. ('. Persons desiring
to look over this land can do so by ma?,
king application t... Mt. J, Purcell, Ked
Springs. I also oller lor sale two build
ing lots in thc Town ol Bed Springs,
containing hall acre each.
A. W, MCLI?AN,
Oct 27. 1001. Luiiihcrtom N. (.'.
He lino-.vs Now.
T. ll. Harber, a largo co'ton planter
of Routh Carolina said; "For ton years I
buffered with severe headache regular
ppl.tting, unfitting me tor bn-incas and
potting roe in bcd. 1 find only Leo's Henil
ache and Neuralgia Remedy nover fails te
euro mo promp ly." A scientific cure.
!:.old hy Bennetts.-iii-! Pharmacy,
Rome t mc Cotton.
Mr. Wm Spears of Hebron
brought to town Tuesday samples
ol' his improved Texas Wood cot
ton. His cure and attention has
given him seed that yield him
42\ lbs of lint from 10O pounds of
shed, lt is a five.lock boll cotton,
easy to pick aud will ho popular
Thcso conditions determino tho trouble
Thc cuto it ecrluin-a good thorough
coursa of Dr. King's Mood and Liver Pills
(they purify tho )>lo<d aral encrgiz-i the
liv. > ; is r.s 11 spring housecleaning -
thoroughly renoval es and donna tho sys
tem and if followed hy Dr. King's Sarsa
parilla you aro ready for tho wear of slim
mer wotk and fitted for lt. Tho price of
these best of all Pills is 250. There are
nt no PO good os kinp.s
Ucl from Rcmnottsvillo Pharmacy.
A BIG CIRCUS DAY,
Tho Fiunous'Eorepaugh and Sella
Brothers Arenio Oombinatiou
.'I am," enid Dr. Samuel Johnson, "tho
gieat friend of paplio uimiRC i/ients, for thoy
keop tho pooplo from vioo.' und although
tboro wcro no circuses io tho ponderous old
philosopher's day, could ho enjoy tho ono
bearing tho titlo of Foropaugh and Sells
Brothers Enormous Shows United it would
duubtlcBS strengthen his opinion of the
good nonso of Inn dictum. It ?B an con api.
?uoua for good rannngemont, unobjection
able entertainment und wholesome fun an
for tho possession ot olmo.sfc unlimited rc
sources, both in performance and presenta
tion. Of tho general character of tho oxhi.
bil ion ic need only bo said that it ombraocs
everything most popular in its lino, bepidcB
including somo vory unusual ppecial feat
urea, nrnong which tho following aro ex
plotted in ?te advertisements, and eoem to
deserve to ho: In ita meungorio, for exam
plc, will he found a collection of fourteen
living full-grown Polar honra; n larger nam
b r tbnb wero probably cvor hereto Toro soon
together nt ono limo oven by Arctio oxp'.o
rers. Tho first nppearar.C'j in Araorioa of
Tho Druin Lacunions, tho famous French
family of 7 equestrians ot-hoth sexos, tn
tro'.luciug thoir commmgl?d bareback and
Eour iu-hand Park Rroak aorobatio perfor
mances, deserves Bpeoial raoul ion, na thc
only outirely new circus fcaturo known to
thc arena for tho paBt ?fty years, in cyc
ling ecnsationB tho ehow is phenomenally
strong and thrilling. Tho achicvonont of
Diavolo in "looping tho loop" on a bicycle
is a dare devil accomplishment that hus
given him world wido prominence. Prodi
gious Porthos, tho Fronch professional ex
pert, who on his cyclo leaps across a chasm
SO feot widoj ?H apnrulled fonturo. Cyclono
spirally ascending nwheel tho porpeudiou
lur iuaido of "Tho Davit's Chimnoy," sur
paeecB all prcvioua whirling wondorB, Mons.
Hahcrt is still another French sensationa
list, who uho in uk od his first appoarnuueo
in li.is cot.nlry. In ono of hi? equestrian
acts lifting a pulley by its thills, he leaps
therewith onto thc hare buck of his horne,
and iu another, after performing remark ?
Wa feats of jugglery in a park uart, drawn
around tho nice ooarao, ho finishes hy bal
ancing tho cart on hin chin. Then, again,
. he Szarvnsi Frene/. Troupe of ilungarinn
Magyars moko thoir first anywhoro away
from home appearance, in singularly omo
Iional dance and wildly strenuous ncroba
tic performances, peculiar to thc strange
people to which they belong. More sur
prising strangers aro tho four Marthicks
the funniest and moot original bnrle?qU8ta
In Military features thc show is notably
Bti*ong and uuiq.io. it pr?sents thc Aurora
Zouaves, those musketeers a'ni marohers
nf international louown, to wimma every
other military organization In tho world
presents arms in recognition of thoir ooo
ceded superiority in both drill nad manuel
Tho names tif tho circus celebrities is leg
ion. Those dnncing niountuiun, thc Fore?
pangh elephants, and thoir military breth
I ern, the Sells Brothers masted -UP, are ac
knowledged the world owr In i ive more
witdora in their heads nnd more tricks in
their trunks then ary others of their spo-I
cics The boree Bhow is made up of thoj
noblest blue blood of many strains, and\
includes such conspicuous illustrations of
!: . . u-i-VciA \ ; n.rn .: ii I . rtiii ilaityl
. -.loada iual?dtts'Oiuttdi?l ?nd, ftlHi-:
ie, the iorm?j ix i.^ u titotsiy ?
ii tenaerco to tho Umtali Vicoroy dur- I
mg ic Durbar at Delhi, India, and tho
second representing thu heroes of all our
victorious war?, with tho uniforms and
uptipraonta appertaining to euch.
.1 'lissa arc morely glimpses, but sufficient
to suggest raro und abundant entertain
ment for nil. Will ho in Boijuctlavillo
Suiiirduy Noveinbot 12th.
I OF REAL ESTATE.
If} V virtue of the authority conferred
j?) on me by power ol' attorney, duly
and regularly executed, I will offer lor
sale belore the court house door in lien
nettsvillcon the li 1 st Monday in Novem-'
ber next, to the highest binder for CASU.
the one hall undivided interest and estate
ol in anti to all that certain piece, parcel
or tract of land situate in the county ot
Marlboro and St.itc of South Carolina,
containing One Hun.Ired and Twenty
Six Acres, more or less, hounded north
by lands Catherine and Margaret Mc
Baurin. east by Swett Swamp, south hy
land J. 1) Huestess (formerly .State land
ni Douglas C'dhoun) and west hy lands
ol Nevellc Bennett ; the one hall interest
io lie sold being the same conveyed hy
J. IS (?iveii. an Sherill, lo George A.
NVngencr, hy deed dated November 12.
i SQ5, and r corded in office ol tin; Clerk
?.<! Circuit Coori ol the county and State
aloresaid, in Book ' !" cf Deeds anil
Conveyances, pages 125-126. and said
iract ol land being the same heretofore
devised in and by the last will and les?
lament ol Catherine McLaunn to ll. 15.
Hoper and Mi^s Martha Jane Hoper.
KNOX :.! V?N?3TON,
.Attorney in lact.
Bennett-? ville, S. C. Oct 24, ] 001.
STAT!; QV SOUTH CA HOM NA -
County ol' Marlboro-Court ol Uom
I?. i>. MeCOI.il.;. Plaintiff,
S. .J. Mclnnis, a-? Administrator, aud
3 N obedience to an 01 1er ol Foreclosure
j. and Sale in the above staled case,
sighed by thc Honorable 1! O Purdy,
Presiding Judge, dated June 27th, 1904.
I will sell at public outcry to the highest
bidder lor cash, belore the Court House
door ol Marlboro county on the FI HST
MONDAY ol November next, the fol
lowing described real estate, to wit:
All thal certain piece, parcel, or tract
ol ? ind situate, lying and being in thu
County ol Marlboro Stale of South (Jaro
lina, containing Three Hundred and ten
acres, bounded on the Kort!-, by lands
lorinerly belonging to Harrie; Odom; on
the ''..ist and South by linds lormerlv
owned by C. B Pate; on the West by
Na 1 (heck, being the same whereon
!j. ... Odon resided at the time of his
deal ., the same being conveyed to him
by C. P. Townsend, Commissioner in
1" inity, by deed dated November 2nd
li:. recorded in Book "IV page 600 in
Kej ster's office at BennettsviUe, S.O.
lesr, sixty acres heretofore sold off ol thc
sa: it; under the above proceedings, Only
so much ol the said track will be sold
as will pay and discharge the mortgage
debt and interest ol J. K. McNair and
all the costs and disbursements provided
lot by said order-the part to be sold
will be cut oft' by a surveyor and plat ex?
libited on the day of sale.
J. B. GREEN, 8. M. c.
Beuncttaville. S. C., Oct. 15, 1901.
Notice of Election
REPRESENTATIVE IM CONGRESS AND
ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT AND ViCF.
STATU OF SOUTH CAUOI-ISA, ^
COUNTY OK MARI.BOIIO. |
Notice is hereby given that an elec
tion will be held at the several presincts
established by law in Marlboro County,
on Tuesday, November 8. A. \) Iona
for Member ol Congress from The Sixth
Congressional District and for Presiden
tial Electors, pursuant to thc Constitu
tion and the laws of the State ot South
Polls at each voting place will bc
opened at seven o'clock a, in , and dos*
ed at lour o'clock p ni,
Thc lollowing named persons have
been apoointed Managers to conduct
said election, to wit;
Adamsvlllo -L D Newton, W II PoarsDD
Theo L Breedon.
Bonncttsvillo - C S 0haili i, NV V Cov
ington, T L Crosland.
Bright?>viUo - Lawrence II English, Wide
Stubbs, B B Odom
Brownsvillo-\V A Rogers, John Mc
Callum, Zack Drake.
Clio-John Calhoun, J E McLeod, Lovi
Hebron-E \V Smith, Tilden Lee, T
Kollocks-T S Smuh, O M Po?uoa,
MuColl-Lucien Williams, B F Sinoot,
Joe Quicks X Roads-II S Grant, Z T
Pearson. A Joaoph Quick.
Red Hill-John I Rogorn, Win Evans,
B II Covington.
Tatum-A B Humor, Alexander Stan
ton, Humor Eastorling.
On the clay ol the election the Mana
gers must organize by thc election ol
a chairman: a clerk may bc named if
necessary. The chairman elected is
empowered to administer oaths to the
other Managers and clerk.
The Menagers have the power to fi!!
any vacancy, and il none ot the Maim
gers attend, the citizens can appoint
Managers lrotn among the qualified
voters, who. alter bein? sworn, can
conduct thc e'ecdon.
At the close ol thc elec io i thc Man
agers must proceed publicly to open
thc ballot boxes and count the ball .-! ".
therein, and continue without adjourn
ment until the san-..; is com Dieted, ami
make a .statement ol the result t tcrcol
and si^n the same.
Within three days thereafter, the
Chairman ol thc Hoard, or some one
designated by the Board, must deliver
to the Commissioners ol Federal Elec
tions thc poll list, the boxes containing
the ballots, and signed statements of
the result ot thc election:
Une of the above named Managen
for each precinct must call upon the
Hoard ni Commissioners at Bonnctlsville
on Monday Nov 7. 1904 to receive'the
ballot boxes, poll lists and instructions
and to qualify
C. B EX UM,
I). K STANTON.
S. P. A r?A M rf
Coivtoi'ts ot Ked . - ? ? ?ons. j
Notice of Election I
.ry e. J ?=* ;
I ru?. AMEN BM Eli L> it? mc uyiiMi
STATE OK SOUTH CAROLINA. I
County ot Marlboro, J
Notice is hereby given that an eieetioti
will be held at the several precincts es
tablished bv law in Marlboro County, on
Tuesday November -, 1904, for tho lol
lowing oflicers to v.ir.
Governor, Lieutenant Governor, State
Treasurer. Secretary of State. Attorney
General, Superintendent ol F.ducation,
om pt rober General, Adjutant and In
spector General, one Kaiiro.nl Commis
sioner, Solicitor, three Representatives,
Sheriff, Clerk ot Court. County Supervi
sor, Coroner, Supt ol" Education.
Pursuant to thc Constitution of South
Carolina an ?lection will bc held at the
.ame time and place for amendments to
ihe Constitution ol' South Carolina pur
suant to the terms of ?Joint Resolutions
Nos 383, 384 ami 385 (Acts nf Soul li
Carolina, pp 674, 075 and C7ti), a^ fol
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing t..
Amend Section 'J, of Article III, of
the Slntc Constitution so as to Provide
for 1 lien II ial Sessions ol' thc General
Section I. Re it Resolve 1 by the GOL
eral Assembly ol'the. State nf South Caro
lina, That tho following amendment to
i he Constitution ol tho State of'Sou'h
('an.lina be submit led In :\: ? tpia?ti I
electors of the Stale at tho DOSI general
elect iou for Representatives, au i if a
mrjorily of thc electors qualified to 1 >i
lor members of the (?ouer-i! Assembly,
voting thereon, Mull vole in 1'ivor of such
amendment, and a maj irity of eau',!
branch of tho General Assembly, t-hal
titer fitch election, and before anoihe.r
ratify the sa?no aim te! men I hy vous und
nays. Section of Article I II, 01" tho
Constitution, telating to thc Legislative
Department, bc amended by adding after
tho word "place" ia lino ton of sai J Rea
tittil, tho words "until the end ol' ?he -
sion occuring in 190?, after which the
...lill sessions sha!! hp hold itt thc -atm:
timci and place hichuiully:" - " ib u said
section ns amended shall fend us I illowa.
The annual session ol' the ti sroral Ass
sembly heretofore elected, fixed bv the
Constitution ol'thc year eighteen huudroJ
Mid sixty eight, to convene on tho fourth
Tuesday of November, in the year eicht
cen hundred and ninety five, Ls hereby
postponed, and ilia ame . * *. ? I bc c>n
vcued mid held in llu city ol'Columbia
on tin; second Tuesday of January in dm
joar eightecu hundred ami ninety six.
The fu t session of the General As?
?emblv fleeted under lids Constitution
'hal! eon vi nc in Columbia on the second
Tuesday in January, in the year eighteen
hundred and ninety-seven, an 1 thereafter
atm. dly at the hame lime mid place un
til ti, ; end of ibo S1W1011 occuring in 190(1,
aller which thc sai i ses ions shall be heh!
at the same tiin; .md place biennially.
Should the casualties ol war or conta
gious diseases render it unsafe to meet at
tho scat of government, then thc Gover
nor may, hy proclamation, appoint a
more secure and convenient pince of mool .
iug. Members of ibo General Assembly
shall not receive any compensation for
moro than forty days ol' ?ny ono S03S??U.'
Provided, That this limitation --hull not
itfTeot the first four sessions ol thc Goner
ul Assembly under ibis Constitution,
Sec '1. That the question nf adopting
the amendment prefaced in tho forcgoiog
Section shall be submitted to tho electors
ns follows: Those in favor of tho' amend
incnt shall deposit n ballot with thc fol
lowing words plainly printed or written
thereon: "Constitutional amendment to
Sod ?on 'J of Article III of tho State Con?
slitulion, adding after the word 'plac:' in
line ti n of said Section tho words 'until
- ? - - ? 1? - .-J- ?-1_ [ -, M l_ , _ , - -
tho end of the FCssi?n nccu
.heir which tho enid soldons
at tlio Eauie tiuio f.ntl placo 1?' .'i:?>? ;\
J'ho^o opposed to Kaid anion toien!
shall cu?t a ballot with tl (ol
wolds plainly printed or written th.??.w
"Constitutional amendment o Set ion ?
of Article I FX of tho State 1 ion,
sddihg HUOI the word 'plac? I
bf said Sect iou tho words 'n : il
ol ilio ni.-?.-ton neem in.; in '
which the enid cessionl sind. .
tho sanio limo und pince I)
Approved thc. ll th day o?
A. V. 1901*
A JOINT RESOLUTION
tho Constitution PO as to Perm
General As?eiubly to Enuc . ?
Special Laws ou t lie Suhj;e P I. . ? '
Out. Opening. Altering, ?in V.,-.
Road* nod Highways, and
ARO al Which Chii-iii" Sin '
j>.'ct to Road or Other I'ublt'o Du!
Section 1. '<<' ii Resolved hv tho
oral 'Assembly nf ibo B.:it-;
Carolina. That Iho following :..
to the Const it ution Lc agre
.hat tho t vs h ?r.e-tu.n* involv
iiinchdin?nt ba nibtuitted sc,
?ho next iron vii election t'> I
qualified t.i vote tor tnoutht .
llnn-e of Representativos, vi/,.- I.
sha'! ho added to ibo Const,
following additional Artielo. r ; i
berod properly in the consent
of its adoption, to bo d?signait
t^c-c i<f*"An.cndnien(s to I
lotion/' which shall read as fol
''Art iola of Aincodnii
Seeiinn 1. Tho General A?
this State may enact load or s|
eon ?cniiii? tho laying out, open
iii? or working roads or high
o accruing thc providing lor I
wbicli eitizons pindi be suhjeo
duty, and concerning ilraiuagn.
See ii. Tint Subdivision ii
divisiou IX of Section St4, ol'/
ol' the Constitution, aro hereby i
Approved the 18th day of
A J?TNT KK^OIiUTiON IV?
Amend Section 7, Ardele VI
Constitution, llolat'tug, to Mi
!.'. ; :i. ,i I. He it resolved bv t.
a! Assctu! Iv ofilia 8?ntij of S>
lina, ibal th: following anio'.
S cliou 7. Artielo VIII of tho
tier., ho agreed to: A ld as th; t -
nf thc following wo di' Providoc
That thc Limitad ins i:n;"j^.:<
Section .-.nd by Section 5. Artit
lids Constitution, sliull liol applj
od iiidt hledrie.ss incurred liv t!
Greenville, hm said eily of Oi'cci
inerenso it : h'.u i ? ! iiida'.ucd?n
manner pr ivided in said Saudi
Article an abidimt not exceed)
percent, oflhoviihic of lin ins:
erl y thc-rcid, whore rho proeee?
bond? applied solely lo the
of past indebtedness, io exp;
liabilities in "urrod .>r to be incur
improvements of strati's an.l
arid in- IMMY,ding soworaxo lor
or liny part ii hereof, foi pure!
tablisjiing, owning or oporalh
wo.-ks or electric light plants.
Sec 2 Hut lbj question of
this amendment shiii submit
next nora! election to the .
follows! Those in ftvor ol' tb
inocl shall deport a li ilk?'. ! wit
I..win? words plainly prillu>'| .
thereon' "Constii itionu! ame
Section sevcti, of Artielo ?ii
Goiuititution, relating m tba
cirporations tihd p?lice regulad
Tli iso opposed to .-aid amend
j p'-ihi :. i r
?t jo '-':;iu:
A. li' I ?til.
Polls at each votiug place wi.! bi
eJ nt seven o'clock u. ni nod oloso
o'e?oek p ru..
'?'he I oho wi nj; n unod poison:
been appointed Manaceis ol'Elco >i
ot.ue ao l Oouuty Otfljers, to wit
Ailtimftvillo--Leo Adamw. Archivs
or, Porter Fletcher.
Bemiotlavlllo- -T F MoRao, T M
R 15 Or Bland.
(hallsville--A O Tuell, i: J Lil.
Brownsville.-J F Allon, Elgar
M K Briginan.
Olio-ll (! Herring, Alonzo MCLK
Ili'jroa-J F McKinnon, D II F
J T Olurk.
K .11 j. 'c i-\V B PO-UOH, Frank Q
MoColl-Simoon MoLaurin, G?
Tulum, Jell" I) Morrison,
Joo Quick's X Roads--J D Stanti
I) Grant, 0 A Brown.
Hod Hill - L ino Napior, E.l. Won
It T Jackson.
Tatnm- Luther O Stanton, C T I
L 1? ifanahip.
(in 'le1 lav of election the M in
I mu:? organisa by thu elect's ti of a <.'
j mao lind a Clcik ii neeotsary. The (
tiittii . ieetod i; ompaworcd lo iidtnii
'll'.1 Managers have ibo pnwor
any vaeaiioy, au?l if ii ina of th,: .Man
attend, iii.: citizens can appoint
among ibo (pialili id voters tho Mm:
who after bein^: ?w-arh, can C HI III;
At tlio close of tb? iduotion tba ^
gers and Clerk must proceed ptibli
o;, II tho ballot i... A !.. and ea int tb
lois itioroiu, :ind o) m i ri u.i witboti
jourutnent ttniil ibo sa;no is comnl
and make a si a i eui "t; ,,(' th.1 result
cauh oli?eo aa l Jo e icb aiiiehduioi
tiio I .';.... :i; ti . .. ?'?ii i-igu th.: iiimc.
.;Within' (bree days tbernai'teri
Ch donan di'tho llorn i. or some om
sig tia i ed hy i!'.1 Uoiitd, mu-t doliv
i lie tVm'.u's>io",)or< of Ko-iion tjio
li- , Ou boxes containing the hallo:.s
wi ii ten statnni'Mils of tho result ni
Olio of I be ab -V" named Manager
ea eb ; : ein-: tr, ?a oil! np ?ii tin.- IS
?I' Ci>!?imi*.M0U.;r|?, ai tho Cnn-t ll .
Nov V, I'JOI ti, receive ballot hoxos. p '
li-!> md instruction i and to qualify.
W 15 DRAKE.
J BF F l> li I) IONS.
Couimis.doacr.s State and Com:
ANO CURB THE Lime ?
.V" !? ?b>
? ll SUMPTION IVico
ri (iijrdlS n.id S0c&$1.
^OLDS Freo Tria
^uureHt mid Quickest C'.iro for
THROAT ami LUNG TROU
LEG, or BACK.
f?r-Pipes ?md SmokersSuppli
endless vario'y can bo found at,
Douglas1 Drug Stoio.
? HORSES IT AUCTION I
FULLER BROS. STABLES liE??S?ILLE, S. C.,
-Honday Nov. T,
Sale commences promptly at 10.30 a. m.
I WILL BTU?S DON'T MISS IT !
And Attend This Big Sale.
S?gT Col. J. E. Ferguson, of Atlanta, Qa., will be Auctioneer.
Oct. 20 loni. FULLER BROS.
3F*r OT?C ES ?_
TE liave positive instructions from the Exporters we represent
* NOT TO BUY A ?ALT? OK COTTON, with over G yards bagging
(1 six ties on it. IC any more, we will be forced to reject it or
luct 00 cents per bale. These instructions are linal to us and
cours ? we will have to abide by them.
C. E. EXUM, Agt Chas. E. Johnson & Co.
J. Cf. BARRON, Agt Inman & Co.
J. P. EVERETT, Agt Rogers, MoCabe & Co.
T. P. RIGAUD, Agt Alex. Sprnnt & Co. .
'fennel tsville, S. C.r October 3, 1904. .
f|UR PLANT is I he most modern in this state, and
" We are using the most up to-date methods in the
handling of work sent us. That's one reason why we
sive our patrons Unen. Send us your next Bundie.
LAURENS, S. C.
N- J. Powers, Agt,
Ben net tsville, S. C.
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These are at regular prices good value jg
and now that We are oifering them Wi
at special prices, they will be EYE <&
)UE ?TEE-?0ATS, Men and |
Boys* aie included in i Ms m
?'ISO LIDIES WR?PS.
mm mm m IST STOCK
We are the people.
LOOK US UP.
C, iii WEATHERLY,
?ct, 20, 1004. OLD RELIABLE
'.usioops rcecnily known t li o
<> NOVBbTY MANUFOTU*
0 . will lirrcai'ior bo know ti ns
,10 NOVELTY MANUFAO
? WORKS, with P. II. 1VKY
ir and director,
tent improved wood working
1 nrc being placed for doini; nil
Novelty work for builders u.-e ut
.A. Hodges is agent ni Beonotts
will luke your orders.
Valuable Resident Property
IN BAOT BENNJOrrSVILLB
WKST BIDB Evi'KETT PT.
CONSISTING of 23 acres, ono largo Itc
sidenca-6 roorou. Finn wntor, ?up
plied hy pump r?t iloor of Htovo room. Ono
scrynnt IIOUHO, barim, atablen, Jta.
Ono r ronlier remdenco, 5 IOOIDR. Pine
wator, supplied by pump.
Thin property lo bo Hold for partition.
If not Bold 'bia property will ho for
rent for 1905.
UH nicely Haunted, perfectly drainod and
honlthy. If you want ono of tho bent
rceident properties in Hcnnottnvillo now in
your limo. Apply to
Aug. 10. G> W. WADMIX,
AT io PIK m mn ?si
mk If my st ocle hms
WmewM? A GROAT SAVING TO Wm
pig An Inspection will decide the matter* Ml
We wwfe Investigation. It will ?V|?g|
.M? C7C?/ ?7 T?W?C/? ?0 ?/owr Merest.
G. W. Waddill & So
lAiuW?Ri OP mm ililli
Do you warnt the best Hay Press
that has ever been on. our
We h?ve a car L??oa& of thew and
are selling them at $60 each-"-"
If You expect to buy a BUGGY, a WAG-ON
or a SET OF HARNESS, be sure to see me
riave just Received Two G ci:;;
l?oads of BUG-G-IEB, One ?;ar
W AGONS, And 100 SSTS Of
I of which 1 um g;mm.?z
...Vin'j; aw/ o? tliesc'.
Sent 8, 1904.
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-THE DI li EGT WAY
BENNETTS VILLE & CHER AW R.
W7i /W wm ?fis A -wu sra
*7.05 a. m.,
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY
* nine; connections at Cheraw with through trains to jo^
thc North, East, South nnd West
5 00 p. ID, sjy:
6.10 p. m;.fC*?
Thc >l:<>r; liuo and quickest time to Wiltuiturton, Charlotte. Atlanta,
Raleigh, Kichujond. Washington! Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York,
Bonton. Buffalo, Pittsburg aud all points Nortli ami liast;
Tho tliort linc and quickest time to Columbia, Savannah, Jacksonville,
Tampa. Montgomery, New Orleans and
Foi furtl? i information call on J. T- MEI
v5 Choruw II. Bennottsvilio,S. C., or ad
?.X T. P A., SEABOARD AIR LINE Itv., Colu
0?ARLBS F. STEWART, A. G. P. A., S.A L, Ry, Savuooah, Ga.
Practical Pharmacist and Dealer ?ti
Pure ?&fngS and Paient Hin: di ci nos,
Plain and Fancy Stationery and School Supplies
Palnts5 Oils, Tara?s?i, Brus?ieB?
G-LASS and PUTTY.
FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO.^
stir Prescriptions carefully coi<upounded ut un' hour
und guaranteed to be of i I ic 1'uresb JJ rugs una
A tull lino Hardert Seed & Onion Sets*.
Thankful for past liberal patronage roe solicit a conUnuancco/'.
J. T. DOUGLAS & BRO,
Jaanury. I, 1904.