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BENNBTTSYILLB, S. 0.
OJlioc on Marion Street Opposite
? Masonic ITall.
friday November 18. 1904.
A MATTER OF HEALTH
?? MO SUBSTITUTE
OFFICE Up-etniru iu Crosland Building,
BENNETTS VILLE, B. O.
DR. J. L. GIBSON,
Otflcc Over Isaaosohn's Store,
BENNKTTSVILLE, S. C.
t H. NEWTON,
JENNINGS K. OWENS.
N?WTON & OWENS,
Attorneys at Law,
BENNETTSVILLE, So. CA.
Offices Over Planters Hatieaa! Bank:
DUDLEY & WAIT j
ATTOBNEVS AT LAW,
BENNETTSVILLE, S C.
Xi Vf . BOUOIllBli,'
j?, * Attortroy nt Law,
Bcnnetttivillo, 8. 0.
Oifios on 1> :i/uglon sti'cpf near Posta
rdograp? ftffif?. January,' 189?.
Attorney at Law and
OlUco in Conrt House.
in Electrical stipplies Hot Air Pump
in? Engines und Q os Engines installed.
Pipe-hitting and general machine work.
August 20. 1003.
UV HW RE TO G-O.
'A-WATCH is LIKE A MAN, it
NEEDS CLEANING OUT and RE
PAIRING ouoe in a while, I am the
Repairer and will give your Watch a
?ure euro Treatment, IF YOU WILL
CALL ON ME AT MY OFFICE next
loor north of tho I'ostofliee-tho white
i ont building.
S. J. PEARSON,
Horses Do Get Meli.
When a horses and mules are poor
t is not always arid indication that they
lo not get enough to eat. Many ani
??is, just like human beings, have in
ligestion or the system is all run down
md a tonic is needed, lt is not thc a.
nount ol loo;! eaten that makes muscle
ind fat; More deponds upon the prop
:r digestion or assimilation ot the lood
han is commonly supposed. Nothing
ras yet been discovered that will build
ip a horse or mule better than Ash
iralt's Coi. '. ion Powders, the only
.emedy in i..- class sold under a guar
intee. Ask Mr. .Smith Newton, lien
lettsville, lor it-the kind put up in dos
:s. And McColl Drug Co., McColl, S.
Rock JJ ill Buggies.
The agc st Mr. P.A. Hodges has
j list received carload of those hand
some budgie? und if you want a lino
buggy call on kim.
Our Town Gorvcrnment.
... MAYOR-1". A, Hodges
ALDEUMKN--.J. Frank Breeden, C.S.
Chaffin, A. G. Sinclair, W. W. Pate.
CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc
Lau ria. Oiiice open daily.
POLICE-'J. F. David, U.C. Harper.
rjf.iUE Business recen dy known as the
X CLIO NOVELTY MANUFOTU
KING CO., will hereafter he known as
THF CLIO NOVELTY MANUFAC
TURING IVORK8; with F. II. IVEY
solo owner and director,
Tho latest improved wood working
Uncidnos ore being placed for doing ail
kinds of Novelty work for builders uso at
Mr. P, A. Hodges is agent al Bennetts
ville and will take your orders.
Ool 23. 1003.
Mr Ellerbo Powers spout Mon
day in Darlington
Mr. "WillSparks of Sumter is
here this week attending court
Miss Lena Powers has gone
to Clarendon to .take charge of. ft"
Mr J. M. Howell, who has
been living in Wilmington for
two years was hero Monduv ar
ranging to move buck home
Mr. William Spears of Hebron,
who never gave a lien in his life,
served thu court this week as a
Mrs. W R. Wicker and two
grand-daughters of Fayetteville
have been spending a few days
in our town
A large crowd wont over to
Darlington Wednoeday night to
soo "Mummy and tho Humming |
Bird" to tho tune of J?225
Mrs. Tliomas Fraser of Hebron
was called by telegram to the
bedside of her daughter Mrs. R.
M. Edens at Sumter last Thurs
- Mr. Sol Ry ttenberg of Sum
ter was over last Friday adver
tising tho great Fostival to come
off next week. Lots of our people
Mr. T. M. Bolton, thu brick
mason, has sold out and moved
his family up to Morven, Anson
county, where he has bought
a small farm
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rogers and
Mrs. Carrie Stockton left Tues
day to attend thc funeral of the
infant babe of Mr. and Mrs, Hui
Buck, ut Conway, which died
Monday of pn eu m on ia
CUFJ D'S WORK.
Ma: ried in thia town on Sunday
evening November loth 190-1, by
Hov. T. E. Morris, nt tho Methodist
parsonage, Mr. 13. Yancy McGiivray
and Mrs Mollie Pate-ail of 13en
Carda are out announcing the mar
riage of Mr. Robert Eastorling, tho
1 nopu sr salesman nt E. XJ Hsmi!ton's,
and Miss Mary Eneterling, daughter
of Mr. Elijah Easterliug. The happy
event in to be celebrated uext Wed
The Old Wave.
The cold wave predicted Friday
arrived Saturday before many
were supplied with wood. Thu
circus und rain put a stop to haul
ing und a good many had u rough
time Suuduy without good fires.
Perhaps our Jar mers will bo able
to got wood cut now that thc cot
ton is pretty well out ot'the lields.
Just now the demand is greater
tibiufj min an v. nu navo une miwun plumy
of miall grain can do PO. A barn full uf
corn and plenty of hay should provent no
fat nur from Mowing u good crop of omah
grain. Thoro I"H no tull tog wliut six moe ihn
will bril g forth. Thero will bo Balo fur the
Surplus. It in niuo a good time to prepare
for winter nnd carly spring gardons. Some
of our farinera have vegetables nil tho
time. Why not ail. They cull if they will
Music in .Sunday .School.
A owont Hinger once said he wanted
''mimic to cheer him la>it on earth and
greet him first in* hcavcu.'' It's power is
unknown in tho salvation of souls. "Joy
m a fruit that will not grow ou nature's
barren soil, all wo can huant till Christ wc
know is vanity mid toil " No help in tho
Sunday school eau luke the place of good
music, mid tho faithful can find it true. A
Sunday School in old Edgi Mold ha8 an or
gan, clarionctto and t.vo corneta. They
Hud it makes tho hour moro pleasant for
the old folks nod attractive for tho youug.
Every Sunday School would prosper and
grow more interesting with a first class
choir in it.
Thc Big .Show Saturday.
Foropuugh and Soil? Bros, big show
biought the largest crowd to Bci.nctts/iHo
ever neon on our streets before. They catho
from 2f> miles round. For Bo largo a crowd
the otdi r was fino A few were peen drunk
but no accidenta were reported Tho nhow
wa? u BUCCoea und everybody pleased
Bouuncltsville will bo glad to have them
come ugnin next year. Thia Heaton oloso
to-uiorrow ut Tnrboro, N. C., where it
breukH up and roturns to Columbus, Ohio
until next April.
The attention of the rending
public is called to the adver
tisement of this new Drug Store
now opened in the brick buil
ding on Marion street. Every
thing new and fresh in the lines
usually carrie:. Call and see
them. Mr. Douglas Jennings is
''Wh ii You're In Doubt, Lead
Di Kn r s in ed iuin es aie prescribed by
docto s. I) i you know any oilier tiley ro
oom mund V
A computo lino kept by Bt'imctUville
A full linc of ll J. Heinzs Co.
Pickles Preserves, Ketchups, Sau
ces, Jellies &o. at
W. M. Howe's.
A Sure Thing.
lt ir. ?laid that nothing is .sure except
death and taxes, bm that is not alto
gethcr true. Dr. King's New Discovery
tor Consumption is a sure cure lor ali
lung and throat troubles, Thousands
can testify to that. Mrs. C. ii. Van.Me
tre ol Shepherdtown, W, Va.; says "1
had a teven: cese o! Bronchitis and tor
a year tried everything I heard ot, bul
got no rebel. Une bottle of Dr King's
New Discovery then cured me absolute
ly," lt's Inlallabie for Croup, Whooping
Cough, (irip Pneumonia anil Consump
tion. Try ;t. It's guaranteed hy J T.
Douglas Druggist. Trial bottles tree,
Reg sizes 50c, $l.oo
TOWN .?ND COUNTY NEWS.
- Full moon 22nd
- Raiu sl?et and snow Sunday
. - Get in your supply of wood
-. Lettuce, carrots and beets
grow well if planted now
GoTS McLendon Bros and get
the host hair tonio.
' - Don't forget Howell Hale at
tho Auditorium Monday night.
Ho is a good one
Ilerpicido kills tho dandruff
germs, got it ut McLendon's Bar
ber Shop. . ,
- The Court of Common Pleas
is^in session with Judge Aldrich
- Next Thursday is Thanks
giving and many aro going to
spend it in Sumter
- Our next issuo will go to
press on Wednesday to allow our
force to enjoy Thanksgiving
- Mr. John Bowyer brought
us a sample of corn he raised on
the river bottom without manure
that is as fine as some raised with
lots under it on up land
?-??Seo ad, farm for sale at
If you want a fine Hair Dresser
go to McLendon Bros barber
Waddill can save you money
now on Furniture. Read his ad
-Choice Mince Meat just in at
Koop dandruff out- of your
head hy using Herpicide, for sale
at McLendon's Barber Shop.
- Sliredded Wheat Biscuits at
W. M. Rowe's.
- Westing houso Electric mo
tors aro the most accurate and
reliable on the market. Sold by
E. C. Morrison
- You will not dread the sound
of the tire bell if you have an in
surance policy on furniture,
goods, store or residence with C.
Dont lot your hair fall out go
to the white barber shop and buy
a bottle of Herpicide.
- That the best, is the cheap
est in thc long run can well be
said of buggies and wagons you
will Hud both atP. A. Hodges at
23,' Frosli sausage, eggs, ham,
tish at C. B. Hubbard's
- Weathorly's Big Dopart
mont Store want's your attention
B2^? A nice line of canned
goods at C. B Hubbard's
- Notions of all kinds cheap
at C. li. Hubbards
- Mr. G. W. VVact?iti oas soinu
desirable property for sale
,- You will save money by
looking at Waddill's stock. Seo
his now advertisement he means
We can keep what hair you
have got with Herpicide.
- Just received a Barrel of
''new ketch" Mackerel. They
are nice and cheap.
W. M. Rowe.
Lowney's Candy, best made
At W. M. ROWE'S.
- Tho Twentieth Century Lib
rary hours are: Monday 4.30 to
0.HO p. m. Thursday 10 a. ni. to
Fire I usu rance.
Mr C. S. McCall representa some
of tho bifit companies io the country
and will be pleased to quuto you bc8t
-- - -
.J. A, G u Hedge of Verbena, Ala. was
twice in the hospital from a severe case
ol niles cansing 14 tumors, Alter doctors
and all remedies tailed, Hucklcn's Ar
nica Salve quickly arrested further in
(lamination and cured him. it conquers
aches and kills pain. 25c at J. T. Doug,
las' Durg Store.
i hereby warn uti perform from hiroing
or harboring my eon Bl/.icr.LKf aotnotime?
onlled Dnltn-njruil 7 yetara. Dark ginger
Rake color; ruttier st cur Had on bluck
binase wnisl; mid mnull bluck cruuh bat.
Any information lending to hid return or
whcrnnboulH will b<: thankfully reottived hy
Dvlllo, N.iv i, 19,04.
yyE ARE IN IT!
Heavy and Fancy Groceries and
a full line ol' Canned Goods,
Pickles, Sanees and Dainties,
Candies, Cakes and Fruits.
Tobacco and Cigars
A nice line of Gloves, Hosiery,
Heavy Underwear for men and
women, and many Novelties
Needfuls in the notion lino
A full line of Crockery, good
enough for any home. In Tin
ware wc have any tiling from
a cup to a milk bucket
Also, :i nico line of Pants and
Storm Couts that we oiler at
WV, invite special attention to
our stock ol' (inns and Ammu
nition of Stevens make.
Wo have too a few nice covered
baskets, to go aa bargains.
Call rind seo us
Minion St. lhnnetlsville, 8. C.
Union services will be bold at the
Baptist church on Tburaday noxt at
ll.o'clock. Rev. T. E. Morris of the
Methodist church will preside. Re
member your, contributions to tbs or?
Rev. J. W Adal assisted Rov. Scroggies
in a meeting at Tutor's Furry, Dallington
Rov. Taylor, P. E , Marion Dtetriot will
bo'd iii? last quarterly conference- here to
night and will preach at Ula Hothodii t ,
church Sunday night.
Tho hour Tor evening sorvioos at thc
churches id now 7.30 o'clock.
Prayer meeting at the Baptist oharob
every Thursday evoning at 7.30.
Prayer meeting at the Methodist church
every Wednesday at 7.30 p. m.
Prayer meeting at Prosbytoiian church
Thursday evening at 7 30.
The hour for Sunday School at tho
Methodist church has boon ohanged to
4.00 o'olook in tho afternoon.
Tho Epworth Leaguo Prayer meeting
?a held every Wednesday evening in the
Bundey school room of tho Mothodht
ohurch at 8 o'clock The public invited.
For Thanksgiving Dinner,
All thoBO who wish to contri*
bute to the annual Thanksgiving
dinner for the inmates at the Poor
Farm will leave their contribu
tions with Mr. Milton McLaurin
at the Court House-Money or
cooked provisions. He will go
down ou the morning ol the 24th.
MARION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS.
FOURTH ROUND-E. P. TAYLOB, P. B 1
Bright'sville, Antioch Oct 8, 9*
Norrh Marlboro, Ebenezer, " g, io.
Olio- Beulah, Nov 4
Bennottsville ct, Smyrna, Nov 5,6.
Ho unet tn vi Ho &M0C0II Milln
MoOoll 4, 6
Blenheim ot, Hebron Nov 19, 20
Bonnettsvillo Sta, Nov, 18, 20
The Pee Dee Baptist Associa
tion has appointed Mr. Hobt M.
Floyd of Mullins Colporter and
Sunday School Worker, and his
lieid of work will embrace the
Fee Dee, YVaceamaw, and
Southeast Associations. Mr.
Floyd is a recent graduate, and
a young man full of energy and
perseverance; he i.s no doubt
well fitted for the work.
A Sunday school teacher told
hor claBs about the cruelty of dock
ing horses. "Can uny little girl
tell mc," abo said, "of an appro
priate verso of Scripture referring
to such treatment??" A small gill
rose and said solemuly: "What
God bath joined together, let not
man put a sunder.
i. hi .(!' it coner
grout Lu Gripp.? Medicine, and seems to
cure "di who take it
FORT MILL MFG. CO.
Fore Mill, B C
TiistCB gOi d, and bold by 1% mu .Linville
Mr. Wade Hun Down
Down nt Hasty, N. C., lives a well
known plantar, Mr. J. D. Wudo. Suys lit :
'?.WSH run down ulniust to tho poiut ot
giving up. I took two bottled of King's Iron
Tonio Hitters und cow utu RR good 1?; ever.
I took othrr tonics bur, fouud nothing to
com ?uv o with Kings " Sold and 1; un nin
teen by Ileum tinville Phuriimoy.
Flowers 1 Flowers 1
Mrs. Jno S. Moore hat? a line
lot of Cera ni ii ms, Begonias
Ferna, Palms und other plants,
well routed, that she desires to
sell Cuttings 25-* p?\r dozen.
One Mox Fixed Ulm
Shopton, N. C., "I huvn had kiduoy
troublo for tho Inst four years, and got
no relief ur til I tried Dr. King's Blood
and Livor Pilli', and one box > mindy cured
rae." FRANKLIN WATT.
Tho Prcsiduut of Chai lotto Hurd? ur?
Co noys: ''1 consider Pr. King's Blood
and Livor Pills very best I over used " Dr.
Kings strays cure. Sold at 25c. by Bun
n tU\illn Pharmacy.
Notice is hereby given thtit the J. L
McLaurin Farm in Red Bluff township Inti
been posted, and that trespass ?ill not b
[.ermined for hunting, wi.eil eluting, huul
tog straw, riding or walking or ot her w ii
on this piuco and ult persons violating Lil i -
m?tico will he prosecuted acwirdiag to lav
I i-pcciully object to ?tock grossing.
Nov io, 0.1. B. F. Stanton, Lewie.
F O It SALS.
NE'PAIR HANDSOME ULAC
J. M. JACKSON.
Oct 7, 190*1.
The Kussel Wagons.
Mr. P. A. Hodges is opening a 0
ut thone du rublo wagons- one ai
two-horse, every one ot them guara
teed against any detect in matoii
Town Tax Notic
THE Town Books will bo opened foi o<
lection of tsxea on Reid H?tate ai
Personal Property on October ist and clo
Deo 31 1904 after which tho pouulty w
ho lidded nud collected. Thc levy is as fe '
Current Expenses; 15 cts on $<.
Int ou R. R. Bond.? 21 els on $n
Sil king Fund R. R. 5 cts on $I<
Int Electric Light Bond.', 14 eta on $1?
Sinking fuud E L Bouda 4 ct? on $n
Total 59 ola on $i<
By order of tho Council
MILTON MOLAUKIN, Olerk.
Supt 21 I004
Keport of Coimuy Supe?/lsor for Quarter ending
October 31. 1904
WARRA ?TB DRAWN ON ORPINAttY FUN?
Tc- whom paid Number For what paid
Multar? lld w Co
J (3 Fh-lcKer,
JJ K M..ore,
v A Mooro,
J 0 Ca.npb.-ll,
.^irlboro W. Grooy 498
? A Brown,' 49!)
'A'-1 ker E. & Co., 500
K L IJiuuihon, fit)I
0 8 MeCall, ' 502 .
.1 J Mu mierlyn, 5n3
J II David, 504
F M Stanton, 505
W j, Kinney, 500
J F Everett, 517
A L Morrie. 519
J VV Mclaurin, 520
.! K Wibi*. 521
J / Muuncrlyn, 522
C M .Smith, 520
El i nb fhavie, 521
-'LD telephone, 525
.1 tl Dees, 520
V M Blanton. 527
A \ . L Railroad, 528
WARRANTS DRAWN ON
T A MeLoudou,
hardwire, ?C ;
magis' ra!?- f.oury
. cord, ? d?l Y un i
Wink OM jiu?tTi? i'
account for ti iii bey'
com w:<\ babj account
arco wit fyi f uii -:.ciy
etndi and uierobamliao
work on mill dam,
work on. mill dum
lomb, r Recount
woi k oii public road,
wink on [(ubiia road
Wt I ir r,;? p ililli! l t! ul
'lumber nt CHU:-!
Work 6u i;::T; dani
ditching on r^nti
work on public road
' court house plome rent
road work s'rid I uni ber
cutting and ch aring trccB
wotk on public rind
work nu publie road
work o:i pub ic road
?ork on public road
putting tiling in ditch
WARRANTS DRAWN OH DBVICIBNCV FUND,
.lb ll 1) 1
E 1? Waggomon,
A L CHlbnun,
itt h Fair,
I .. Woggohinn,
W F Curver,
j i; 00
painting coiut hou-e
material and labor on road 004 50
semiring court house
work on pub'ic rond
painting at court house,
repniring roof pf c. h.
wm k un public road,
WARRANTS DRAWN ON KINKS *NU LICENSE. KUNU
' ' . East- rling, 310
! I Stubb?, 311
il>oro Du-moornt, 3!2
W W Irby, 313
^harlie Odom, 314
.V Pur lu m, 316
Hr. un, 31S
W Hu!lard 3-">7
5 Pearson, 359
ICH M cline. 507
lu lls" liai field; 508
i Woo Wey. 50!)
. i ms G ra li M in, 510
,'? I Heimelt Cu, 511
; ' n I, Brenden, 512
lllngtou McCall, 512.
' ' t Alston, 514
. b Powell. 515
ieu McLaurin, 510
in? gist rule palar,
m tight ra tv hu hi ry
tntigisii?o . l !?:liy
ininti w-r i?ee?iusst
ponEtnhlc 8 dary
|iRii|ier ami bridge
jiiiop. r account
pauper nbc ti::!
magistrate i--.': ry
WOI k !l:i ptlb ii* 1 ' lld
wo; k (.ii pubMti road
wo i. (111 piib i ' ..?.iud
wo? !? on ; ub'.ic r.-?d
t.<-.! for stuck
h in!':. .,' r4.iy . :i rood
wm!; on^j.nb ie road
work lill road ii nd Undi
wo: !: rm publie r?i -d
ribbon i r t |>i-writer
WARRANTS DRAWN ON HAM' MILL KOAH I'UNI)
D :' Hundy
0 M Suiiih,
ll p lt) I.' Uli
wm I; i II pith io i ?:i'l
Will :. i ll ! ll !-liv." IO ld
w u!; on pu . i . r..:i I
wot k mi ? it?i!k* ru id
J 2 00
1 c. oi
1 I M)
r i.eww. .*.->.! W01K un piniin; lo.iti
Giirmho. Jr. 433 claying publie road
ll '1 irk. 434 play inp puM'iii rna.l
I'.i i V m au. 435 work on pub?o r.tud
ll KS 1 ' RtJTF U fJ LY SUBMITTR?), .
M. E, COWARD, c ninty s iperYis?r.
R PLAN T is tho most ino lorn in thia stats, and
;iv are using tho most, lip to dato inothods in the
ig ot' work sent us Til it'i ona r i; m why we
ir patrons linea. Sou l ns vour IP?XI Bundlii.
LAURENS S?i?Afil LAUNDRY.
LAU ft K N 3, H. C.
I J. Powers, Agt,
Bennettsville, S. C.
Ss. ;. nu Air Line RAILWAY.
i lu .. . hoard Air Linc Ry eclieil
:<lo wu? . hanged on Jauuary 10th.
IVuini lei a Choraw,S. t5., na follows:
- lilic No 06 nt 8 05 a. m.
No 60 Ht 9:24 p. m.
Suuibb'itiud No 57 ut 8:05 a. tn
No 27 ut 10:40 p m.
lt'tlsvi le and Chernw ll
? R , le N i . BenncttHville at 7 05 a
with No Ot? and No 57.
noon ti aiu leaving Ren
nt 5 p. m. gives Ri'iuifits
un opportunity lu lake
I und Nu 27.
Bennettsville S Cneraw Railroad!
1? - ;.? i. ? .nt ? .
(.'omanrichi!: M.,iiijy Sept. 12, lyflj,
ami ni; ii Inri lier nm ieu. tininn between
Chentw ?iud HennettViiilc will be operated
on ibo following ichcdule, daily ezoepi
Sumlay : v \
WliST !: ?UND l'ROM BENNETTS VI ?LU
Lv Reimen ^v:.!
Lv Rvt rHt's
Lv Kio r
A' ri vi- Koilui-k
Arrive t.'li in .
ll AI N
or? .1 m
' .. :i in
'.'. I il Ul
io 11 m
:;.ri ;i ut
?ll ? m
'."1 :i 111
f> 00 p lu
r> I :"> p in
fi 20 |i Ul
f> 35 p iii
'1 40 p tn
f> 45 p 111
5 :V"i |i in
0 lo ?. m
1 town and you want 11 irood
?member we caa nerve you.
m mn for 25c. lignum runt
! tho Miirkot.
. . )H OYSTERS ia every ?lyle.
D. J, BRAY 1 JO Y
lo for a lady o: Gouts
.lc or Blue with 2H in
d rubber tiros.
S. J. Pearson.
HAST BOUNll FROM CIIEItAW.
I A' ( 'In raw
Lv Mn ?dino
Lv 1 -lay
Ar. Kennel Isvilie (lija in
s !?) a ni
S 20 a m
s 3D a ni
8 40 a tn
8 50 a ni
?1 OD 0 nj
N 1. I
'.i 25 p 111
'.) 35 n m
'J 40 i> m
'J 4ft 1? ni
O SO p in
9 S5 p ui
IO OD j, rn
10 15 ii in
is are hereby svnrucd not te
in otiy mnnner upon lnnri? bo
r iii posfleroion of thc unrlar
rlboro county either by wulk
iinntiog, bauld cutting, er
k to run tit lnrgo.
"4. JAS. A. MODAKISL.
?*. I i )X3IU
: iirtictl . ."
for the Work.
Pearson, the Jeweler, bus
tho latest inaprovemeutG
iv i og your namo or initials
clo of goltl or silver or
moat up*to ihito maimer.
. 8 of work nlreadj done by
t (ino. t ?li uud ste him.
AT BKNNKTTSUIM.B-Tho south b uuul
inorr.iiig Irtdiifi oa A. C. C. conucetR with
traill No i. Train S* > 2 eonnoota with A,
U. I. local freight north und bouth bour.il.
AT Koi.I.ocK -Train Non i nnd 2 con?
ncct with not th and south bound 8. A. L,
AT Cm KAW - Train No 3 counnjf with
nottli uud . inlh bound S A. L traioa,
oud trni': No .', cuni)oct? with north bound
J. T. Mi illili, J. P Evorott,
Tri filo .M;- r. Sitjietintoudcnt.
WA K W ?N G NOT I CE.
ALL pt ^niia r.ro lieroby wnruod not to
.t |> ii ? upon luiy.of my landa in Smith
villn Towevliip, by huntirig, dav or nigbtj
ciutinj; ni hr.ah'ng weed or ?truw, walking,
tiding or otherwid?, treapOftStog upon Mano
Oct 7, i.;,.t WILLY MOORE.
Resources and Capital
Protection to Depositors
Oiir service-in cv?ry Department is Mod
by agreement on all time Deposits. ^ Our
tidcntially looked alter. New Depositen
We solicit your account.
""STEPHEN SHELTON, Cashier.
-September r, 1904.
WHILE COTTON 1
Around IO O ts Be
FOR YOU GAN SAVE
Discretion in Buyiny yo
place. It is all importai
is cheap. Printers.Ink
Facts. When you are r
and Winter stock, ali 1
of our large and varie
than we have kept in ye
cially invited to examin
DRESS G0oD3, CLOAKS. SKIR
HOSIERY and UNDERWE
Qtt to tho Best. And in fa
Ladies Wardrohe "Puritu
guaranteed to give satisfactii
CLOTHING, For bun ?nd Do
than ever. Also,17 'H nud (Japs.
Ladies und ciiildrcn. We are hcadq
nnd'Art Squares. There arc bund:
bikes too much space to mention.
ltcmembcr Pianos and Organs. 5
money, and you got thc best of Insl
ca.^h will make it easy for you lo ma
arc not nsrenti--, do'ut pajbuny corntoi
(?eil at a small profit. Tho people <
it requires no- introduction....Thanki
Oct 27, 1901
NO USB TO WORRY, BL
Dry G-oo>is, Clotliin
LiW Fresh Water Ground MEAL a
We Keep a full line in each Depart?
AT THE LOW
When you come to Town call and seo
FREE, and satisfaction guarani
-BL ii A m
OFKICI? OP COUNTY TitEAStmp.n,
Bonnctsville, S. C., Sept 17, 1904.
klOTIGE is hereby given that tho Books
I t for the collection of Taxes for Marl
oro county for the fiscal yrr\r commencing |
Knuary ist, 1904 ?ill bo opened at the I
Proasurcr'a Oflice in BouneUsvillo, S. C., '
in Saturday October 151(1, 1904, aud Avili
M'niasu open uotil Decomber '3l.1t, without
li amity. After that date tho penalty will
.io lidded on all unpaid Taxes.
Thu levy is us follows :
Ordinary County tux
Constitutional School tax
Total tax levy,
ESPECIAL SCHOOLS :
Antioch 2 mills
Ilcuuty Spot, 3 mills
lioykiu z\ mills
lionuotUville 4 milla
IlrightAvilla 2 J mills
CLIO 2i mills
Ebenezer 2 milla
Kollock 2? mills
I.eator 2} mills
MoColl 2 mills
Tatum 4 millH
Willis 2 milla
Poll Tux of Ono Dollar on all able bodied
male porsons from tho agos of 21 to 60
yon ra. Commutation Ho..? Tax of One
Dollar on all able bodied malo persons from
iS to 50 years of age.
J. H. THOMAS,
Treasurer Marlboro County.
While handling a gun that uns out of
?.nier ia usually the story. Now. in
order to prevent accidental killing
and to ho sure and kill when you
want to, I have employed ah expert
Gunsmith from Charlest?n, 8. G., who
?1.ts my gun repairing department in
charge, We are prepared to do any
kind of fine gun repairing in factory
lender. Give 113 a trial ami you will
j be convinced that we are prepared to
;:ive you satisfaction in price, work'
mansbip and promptness
S, J. PEARSON,
The Jo wier.
- We are headquarters for
Butter and Cheese. We keep
nothing but the very best, and
guarantee both to suit you or
refund vour money.
W. M. Rowe.
R. T. BARFIELD,
UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER,
Carries hi Stock
A full lino of Coffins nnd M elalie Gni kcts
nil B'ZOS and styles, from ?4 to $490.
I havo tho ?oeat liuo of Cloth and M?tallo
Cuskota oarried by any honso in S C
In tho lot ia an exr.ct duplicate of tho
Caskot in which Pronidont Mi IOuloy
was laid to rost.
t&" Funerals served with UisARSE any
?.'.'LT0 in tho county.
Also a full lino of Disinfectants.
Plume 48 Open Day and Night
BKNNETTSVILLK, 8. C.
and Satisfactory. Interest allowed
customers interests carelully and con
will receive like consideration.
fi, J. - MATHESON, President.
3 ?STot Discouraged,
MONEY, If you only usc
ur Necwssaries ut tIto right _
at TO KNOW THIS Talk
cheal). We only advertise
eady to purchnee yotir fall.
we ask is an inspection of
d stock of Goods-larger
ars. Tho Ladies are spe
,TS. DHIRI? WAISTS, HATS,
AR at Pricss from tho Cheap
ct Everything perluihiag to tho
rn Curse ta" bi ti)'.; la ?es i s vhs
i?n or mom y rt-fu- ilr-rl.
ys. in Inrg^o va:i Iv a* |.i;c ^ 1 'v.?r
Limo meek of MlOK.-l for Me ii,
[Harter* fur Carpels Mailing. liiign
reds ol' a:l?eles wi;.cb we keen, hut
especially. Wu can F.ivq you Ma
ruiuonts If yu haven't gol thc
ike payuirtnlS. It?aic?iber ?.l o wo
is-ious oraalari'-^. arc I>o:ilur^, arid
>f MurlLorj know the <;!-! tirai and
og you for pu>t favors
mm & m:
rr OOM io iMi.j u r ox TO
g, Shoes, .Notions
nd HOMINY n specialty.
ncnt and will fi'l your Wauls in each
us. Phone orders in town delivered
|hii: Dr.. ? ??oV??
Goon N KWS oi'ii'ii cnino.-; iii roi! git
tho medium of a kiter.
- BT AT j. CINE RY
plays a most importan! purl in Me's .
program mo tba' many oiiijectuie.
We're often judged hy the sta
tionery we use, whether pri
vately or in business.
It's our happy lot to please our cui'r;?
nier-?, and our st ck of Stationery
is so good and well assorted
you cnn gel just what
We also carry a well ??loi?odstuc of
Dunes AND' MEIUOINBS.
We are aiwavr- g'nd lo sec you.
O A. MA'ITIIBWS.
Inm now hotter prepared Mian r.vcr in
please even tho most fas?dcous "
TONSORIAL WONK I jjuTirnntt-o KIUH
faction in FhnvtK, 1 luir eti'B> KimmiOOH
and MasnngtB, T haven new Klcttiic
lintiery for luasa.igCR,-nml eui treal ihe.
faces of Gentlemen urid Lad ir H in iho
mopt np to dn'.o insun?r
I Boticil your putronngn
J i Jl. GRACE.
j Marion street Iliiunoitsvilta, S. ?
Valuable Resident Properly
IN EAST DENNEITSV1 lilil?
WEST S1IM? BVI'IIETT ?T.
p?NSIBTING of 2] ncrcK, ono Iorgo UH?
.J Bidoocc-0 roomst, L'iuu water, ?fui* ?
pliod hy f'uuop al ilm.r o? move rir-m. ? ?n
: ?rynnt iiou-r, biniK, nt nhl cs, ooo. r
Ono amollar refidor.ee, 5 munni. Fina
wnto.r, supplied hy jump.
Thin properly to bc Huid for partition.
If not sold this property will bc for
tent for 1905.
Its nicely eituiitcd, peril olly drained lind
healthy. If yon ivunl ww 1 f Um hi??.
tcflide.utpiopr.rtu?; i.i fyonbiiltsvillu now ii
your (imo. Apply tri
Aug. 10. < . W. WADDP.I.
ism7.':,.9aranvji. - . ?-...t?TK?vinw?aai-..,..-?
J. H, Hu?BELL
HOU SIT PAINTER
, ?nd F?uer Hanger.
Hard Wood Pin! lier, H?st Load si
Oil furnished. ISstiiuitea cliceifully
given. Al! work gturanlood to Le
-For a niuo line of shoes ?xe tu
0 B. Hubbards'