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BENNBTT8YILLB, S, p.
UV M. A. ?SKOWN & CO. ?
Ojfloe on Marlon Street Opposite
M", onie Sall,
Friday November 25,1904.
A MATTER ?FHEALTH
S HQ SUBSTITUTE
OFFICE Up Btairs in Crosland Building,
BENNBTTSVLL.LE, B. C.
J DR. J. L. GIBSON,
Office Over Isaacsohn's Store,
BENNETTSVILI.E, S. C.
II U. NEWTON, JENNINGS IC. OWENS.
NEWTON & OWENS,
^?^?orneys at Law,
'r% '?ENKlrfTSVILLE, So. CA.
Offices Over Planters National Bask,
DUDLEY & WAIT,
AT T? ) ltN E VS AT LAW,
BENNETTS VILLE, S C.
igt W. BOUCHIER,
Ju? Attorney at Law,
BonnottBvillo, 8. O.
Offioc OD D-.rl/ngton street near Posta
Tdegrapl office* January, 1899.
Attnn.. ) at Law and
BT&triciiu . 'jt?v. t\in:?t-,
lU?ttt.TT : VIlM?. (5.
P. O. LOX d?. PHoi?i? xl*.
Contractor for Electrical work and dealer
in Electrical supplies Mot Air Pump
ing EntpucK and Gus Engines installed.
-'Pipc-flittiug and general machine work.
August 20. 1903.
WHERE TO GO.
A WATCH is LI KIO A MAN, it
NEEDS CLEANING OUT and RE
^i?AIRINC once in a while, I am tbc
llepaircr and will give your Watch a
euro euro Treatment, IF YOU WILL
CALL ON ME AT MY OFFICE next
door north ol' tho" Postoiliee-the white
S. J. PEARSON,
Horses Do Get Sick.
When a horses and mules are poor!
it is not always and indication that they
do not get enough to eat. Many ani
mals,-just like human beings, have in
digestion or the system is all run down
and a tonic is needed, lt is not the a
mount ot lood eaten that makes muscle I
and fat. i-iore depends upon the prop
er digestion or assimilation ot the food
than ss commonly supposed. Nothing
has yet bet: discovered that will build
ilp a horse tn mule "better than Ash
craft's Condition Powders, the only
remedy in its -lass sold under a guar
antee. Ask Mr. Smith Newton, Ben
nellyville, tor it-Hie kiud put up in dos
es. And McColMjrug Co., McColl/S.
Rock Hill ??'iggies.
The agent Mr. P. A. Hodges bax
just received .i carload of those band
Borne buggies and if you want a fane ?
buggy call on him
Our Tt Oorvcrnment,
MAYOR -l'. A. Hodges
ALDERMEN-J. Frank Breeden, 0 S.
Chalfin, A. G. Sinclair, W. W. Pate.
CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc
Laurin. Office open daily.
POLICE-J. F. David, II. C. Harper.
RflllE Business recently known an thc
Jt OLIO NOVELTY MANUFCTU
BING CO . will horeafioi he known as
THE OLIO NOVELTY MANUFAC
TURING WORKS, with F. II; IVEY
sole owiii'.r and director.
Tho latest improved wood working
machines are hoing placed for doing all
kinds ol'Novelty work for builders uso at
Mr. P. A- Hodgon is agent at Bennetts
villo and will take your orders.
Oct 23, 1903.
viii ss Olivo MCoklussponta few
days at Rod Sprints last week
Miss Lola David wont io Char
Mr. Thnmons, . a contractor of
Columbia, was hero Baturaay on
Wo regret to learn bf the seri
ous illness of Mrs. Iv. M. Edens
now of Sumter
We regret to report that Mr.
Monroe whittington is still very
Miss Pattie Easterllng left
Monday for McColl whore she
has accepted a position
Mrs Floronco Cannon and lit
tlc daughtor Lucile have gone
to Florida for the winter
Mr. J B Ashcraft of Monroe,
was here Saturday morning look
ing after stock food business
Mrs. E. C. Morrison who has
boon spending a few days iu
Florence witl relatives has re
Mr. Kemper Calder formerly
of Rod Bluff but now of McGoll
was in town Wednesday and call
Mumed on Thursday evening Nov?
ember 17th, 1904, at the Methodist
parsonage hy Hov. T. E. Morris, Mr.
Julius E. Hamer of Tatum and Mies
Mattie Medlin of Beuneltsville. The
Demo- rat extends best wishcB to titi*
Mai ried on Wednesday morning at
0 o'clock at the residence o? the bride's |
faiher Mr Elijah lOasterling, by Rev.
IS. P. Eislerhng, Pastor ol' McColl
Baptist Church, Mr. Robert Easter,
ling aud .Miss Mary Easterling.
Tho Democrat ex tonda best w ishes
to the happy couple.
Mr. Wealholy Acquitted.
Mr. Alonzo Weatherly, charged
with the killing of Mr. Dui Jackson
nenr Red Springs lust winter, was
tried at Lumberton 15th and acquitted
lie came down Thursday night and
Hj.ent several do. s with his relatives
and friends here
?omo Fine Hogs.
Mr. Alvi C. Newton killed
four hogs last week weighing as
follows: 294, 330, 358 and 364
1340 Tor the four. Mr. Henry
Kirkwood bas 3 that some say
will beat that. Marlboro farth
ers are raising bis boga now
Arbor Day Celebration.
Prof. Dibble arranged an in
tttrnstinp- broom in for Frida v.
fjev ! ..1 iee'd v.<- pl?t?te? '<
riiirni .! vv lille t.! .. el), lld refit BU
bsj uti tu] appropriate song.i
uuouu the oaiv, maple uuu pino.
A Long Ride.
Mr. J. M. Howell paid of? a
mortgage recently that had to
be sent to Germany to secure
the cancellation. The papers
went over the ocean and caine
back safe and properly signed
'- Several instances of careless
driving were noticed last week,
and one lady carno near being
run over Saturday
- Tlie Managers and Clerks
of the last General Election, wi 1
call at ellice of C S. McCall, Ben
nettsvillo, S. C , and receive their
money lor services rendored
A Question Of Economy.
The County Cammissioner's
of Clarendon are testing the ve
tility of a Traction engine in
road work in place of mules.
It is claimed the engine will do
the work of If) mules, and at a
big saving in time, feed, etc,
Our Supervisor might get a dot
BS?F*" ,J u&t received a new lot of
Apple Butter and Cranberry
Sauce at W. M. Rowe's
- Fresh oranges, lemons and
bananas at W. M. Swami's near
The attention of the reading
public is ca?led to the adver
tis?ment of this new Drug Store
now opened in the brick buil
tling on Marion street. Every
thing new and fresh in the lines
usually carriel. Call anti see
them. Mr. Douglas -Jennings is
'*Whon You'ro In Doubt, Lead
Dr Ki ?r'n m<!dioi?.fH nra prt'Aoriljtul by
docto M. I>.. JIU kn nv uny ul lier they ic
A iiouiplttln Hue kept ly 15. m.tttbvillu
A lull linc of ll J. Heinzs Co.
Pickles Preserven, Ketchups, Sau
ces, J ol I ?OH Arc. at.
W. M. Rowe's.
A Muru Thing.
It is said that nothing is sure except
dead? and taxes, hut that is not alto
gether true Dr King's N'esv Discovery
lor Consumption is n sure cure tor all
lung and throat troubles, Thousands
can testify to that. Mrs C. Ii. Van Mc*
ire ol Shepherdtown, W, Va., say:. "I
had a tevcre cese ol Bronchitis and tor
a year tried everything 1 heard ol, hut
got no relict. Une bottle of pr King's
New Discovery then cured me absolute,
ly." Lt's Inlallabie for Croup, Whooping
Cough, (?rip Pneumonia and Consumo
lion. Try ;t It's guaranteed by ,J T.
Douglas Druggist. Trial houles Iree,
it'-g S?2<!S 50c, $| 00
TOWN AND COUNTY NJ3W&.
- Fino weather oa pork and
many a hog squeled last week
~ Tno improvement in the jug
business is the only discouraging
sign of tho times.
- Remember tho "Sense Par
ty" this Friday night at the res
idence of Mr. T. W, Bouohier.
- Hylo Turn Down Laraps'and
Colored Lamps for salo by E C
- The Man who has nothing
to be thankful for new should
- The com and potato harvest
is nearly ovor and good crops are
- We make a specialty of
dried and green fruits at
W. M. RoWe
Go to McLendon Bros and get
the best hair tonic.
- You will find the best butter
and cheese iu town at
W. M. Rowe's
Herpicide kills tho dandruff
germs, get it at McLendon's Bar
?See ad, farm for sale - at
If you want afine Hair Dresser
go to McLendon Bros barber
-*- Waddill can saye you money
now on Furniture. Read his ad
-Choice Mince Moat just in at
Keep dandruff out of your
hoad by using Herpicide, for sale
at McLendon's Barber Shop.
- Shredded Wheat Biscuits at
W. M. Rowe's.
- Westing house Electric mo
ters arc the most accurate and
reliable on the market. Sold by
E. C. Morrison
- You will not dread the sound
of tho lire boll if you have au in
surance policy ou fnruiture,
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 tho best is tho cheap
est in the long run can well be
said of buggies and wagons you
will find both at P. A. Hodges at
35?f^Fresh sausage, eggs, ham,
fish at C. B. Hubbard's
- Woatberly's Big Depart
ment Store want's your attention
ESP8 A nice line of canned
goods at C. B Hubbard's
- Notions of all kinds cheap
Hiub .'. rK
I --- Spoei?j attention' is risked lc
! the acive 'i'm mon! of j he u ?
tors National Bank tn this issue.
- Mr. G. W. Waddill baa some
desirable property for salo
You will save money by
looking at Waddill's stock. Soo
his now advertisement he means
Wc can keep what hair you
have got with Herpicide.
- Just received a Barrel of
"new ketch" Mackerel. They
are nico and cheap.
W. M. Rowe.
Lowney's Candy, beat made
At W. M. ROWE'S.
- The Twentieth Century Lib
rary hours aro: Monday 1.30 to
G.30 p. m. Thursday 10 a. m. to
Mr. O. S. McCail reprosonta eoruo
of thu lu-Ht companies in tho country
and will be pleased to tiuoto you best
J. A, (julledge of Verbena. Ala was
twice in the hospital troin a severe case
oi piles causing ]a tumors, Alter doctors
and all remedies failed, hackler.'s Ar
nica Salve ciuickly arrested lurther in
(lamination and cured him, it conquers
aches and kills pain. 25c at J. T. Doug
las' Durg Store.
i hereby waru all poraoui from hircing
or hurboring my bon BlZBT.LB, ?nmotimua
O'dlcd Duko-aged 7 yearn. Dark gingor
euko color; ratiior atout Had on black
blotiHO waist; nod nuioll black cruub hat.
Any information loading to low return or
whereabouts will bo thankfully racoived by
Bvllio, Nov i, 1904
y^E ARE IN IT!
Heavy and Fancy Groceries and
a full line of Canned Goods,
Pickles, Sauces and Dainties,
Candies, Cakes and Fruits.
Tobacco and Cigars
A nico line of Glove*, Hosiery,
Heavy Underwear for mon and
women, and many Novelties
Needfuls in the notion line
A full line ol' Crockery, good
enough for any home. In Tin
ware we have anything from
a cup to a milk bucket
Also, a nice line of Pants and
Storm Coats that we offer at
VV- invite, special attention to
our .slock of Guns and Ammu
nition of Stevens make.
We have loo a r"w nice covered
baskets, t' ns bargains.
Caji seo us
Mai ion St. Bennctliville, 8. C.
publie arc invited.
Re/ 0. W. Boyd will conduct ser
vieta ?t 8t; Paul's Episcopal oburcb
on Sunday next.
Rev. E P. Taylor, P. E , preached
nt the Methodist church on Snuday
uight. Thia is his last visit before con
The now Methodist church ic Bes- ?
netteville will b dedicated on the ace- :
oud Snuday io December by Bishop
A. Coke Smith of Norfolk. All the
congregations of ibo to wu aro in vit. d
to ut tond this spocial acr vice on that
The members of tho Methodist
ebureh will vote on a nemo for their
church next i.und?y. Why n?>t name
it after the street cu which it is loca
led ? Or, batter still, "Tho Cook- [
Breeden Memorial Church " No two !
families baye been more prominent iu
its history aud support.'
Thc hour for evoning services at the
churches is now 7 30 o'clock.
Prayer moating nt the Baptist church j
evory Thursday evening at 7.30.
Prayer meeting nt tho Methodist church
every Wednesday at 7.30 p. m.
Prayor meeting nt Presbyterian church
Thursday evening at 7 30.
Tho hour for Sunday School kt tho
Methodist church ban boon changed tn
4.00 o'clock iu tho afternoon.
The Epworth Longue Prayer meeting '
ia bald every Wednesday oveoiog in tho
Sen: ny Behool room of tho Method in:
ohnrch at 8 o'clock. The until ia Invited.
- Just received a new lot of
Raisins, Currants, Citron, Pigs
&c for fruit cake at Rowe's i
A Flue Organization.
The "Woodmen of the World'* the
acme of fralernnlisra aud the pnragou
of life insurance societies, have organ
ized a Camp in our town, and are ro
emiting thc numbera at every meet
iug. Th? age limit is from 18 tu 52
years. The as-essmente ure the light
es . Our young men iu tho county
tdiould investigate this new order.
The fraternal and insurance features
appeal to every young man. Mr. J. F.
David will take pleasuro in tolling
you all about it.
The Op n Hate
Cherokee county in voling out the
Pispansary has opened the g>te to
the jug business and the noted "blind
tigers" tb t work their trade iu all
eoinmuniti 0. Tho hope of keeping
people from drinking the nusty 6tu0'(
is a delusion. If persuasion and the
strong appeals of wives and mothers
prove fruitless, nothing Inn the strong
urra of the law can or will prevent it
Wo are glnd tbey intend tu try and
i'd'v (1 ?. li'i'i irVj i !8Mqn.
liost '-Chair Grips.
K. T. dohnHon ihonuJil liih'iwuM n gillier
.>u?i Grippe t WA hohl pf iitiii ihr't fnil. A
5 . Lt ie J. Uiii. " u Add Oy?tify uuu
Tar roado it turn looue.
j Dr. King's Wild Cherry mid Tur ?B a
grout La Grippe Medicine, and HCUIUH td
cure all who toko it
. FORT MILL MFG. CO.
Fort Mill, S C
Tunten uind, and bold hy ?eunell?ville
Mr. Wade Run Down
Down nt Ilusty, N. C., Uvea a well
known 11.mt r, Mr. J. D. Wude. Suya h>:
'I waa run down almon to the poiiit ot
giving up I took two bottles of King a Iron
Tonic Bitten? nial now am ns good ac ever.
I took other tmdca but found nothing to
cotnpn o with Kinga " Sold und g uni un.
toed by Deiinettsvillo Pharmacy.
Flowcrn 1 Flowers !
Mrs. J110S. Moore had a line
lot of Geranium's, Hegoniad
Ferns, Pul ms and other plants,
well rooted, that she desires to
still Cullinga 2d : pur dozen.
One Box Fixed Him.
Shepton, N. C., "I havn bud kidney
?rouble for the lust tour years, and gut
no rolief UPtU I tried Dr. Kii.g'u blood
and Liver Pill*, and ono box entirely cured
me." FRANKLIN WATT.
The PreMdeut of Ubni lotte Hardware
Co say*: ''I cnuHider Dr. Kiug'a Blood
and Liver Pills very best I over used " Dr.
Kings alu ny si euro. Sold at 250. by Ben
nctt/.N ibu Pharmacy.
Notice ?a hereby givon that tho J. L
McLauriu Farm in Ked Bluff township hui .
been pouted, and lb it trespass will not bi
permitted for hunting, wood cutting, haul
lng straw, ridine or walking or otherwise
011 this pince and all pursous violalii.g thin
nolie.) will be pr.inedited according to law
I bpooiully object to Htock grazing.
Nov 10, 04. B. F. Stanton, Lonao.
NEiPAIR IIANDSOMK BLA( K
.1 M. tl ACKSON.
Oct 7, 11)01.
The Russel Wagons
Mr. P, A. Hotlgcs is opening a car
of thean durable wagons-ono and
two-horflc, evory one ol them guaran
teed against any defect tu uiutei iul
Town Tax Notice
THE Town Booka will be opened for col
lection of taxai on Heal Kstato and
Personal Propnrly on October tut and ulosa
Dec 31 1904 after which tho penalty will
bo added und collected. The levy is ns fol
Current Expensen 1 j eta on $100
Int on U. R limul* 21 cte on $100
Sinking Fund R. R 5 ot? on $ico
Int Elect!?0 Light Ronds i.\ eta on $100
Sinking fund E, I. Bouda 4 ola 00 $?OO
Total 59 eta oontoo
By order nf tho Council
MILTON MOLAURIN, Clerk.
Sept 21 ?904.
.- - -.
.-Y -- -V< rf??I-.'
.* ? .
nr^N? JANUAUY 9 th. offei imr a thorough busi
V J n.'ss education to youug IU?U ami women til hall <X
the e ist of going to distant schotds. Nothing
pay 3 better. Positions gua rn mood.
Al! students possible should enter at opening
XoYoa?bcr 22 190-1.
Bennettsville Pharmacy, W
XhjK uri oonstun'lv adding to cur Btr.ck of U lx ?? G JS ANI> U'OIIlB'I"
V V /lI^ICIlKjS, and bot. supply you with every u-c iwury article
'. . . .(reservation of iieulth f em our NEW .?-ni ?P TO DATO Dl^Ut?
SU"0l'"J3, Wu nive our specii.l attention to thu needs of our UustouiuiB
i.-, gi tuntto i-alislncliou to ult Kveiy ot tu lc wo sell IS THE BEST
v.!/ CAN BUY.
-e showing SOME NICE ARTICLES SUITABLE FOR CHRIST
RESENTS, and ask you to call uudstio oar NEW AND ATTRAC
Putt:cmiTioN DF.l'.vltTMBNT is complete una U a "spoiul foatu?e
ii Lhe caro of a skillrj nn.i experienced druggist,
ron ate ALWAYS WELCOME HERE
?. ?. MATTHEWS, Mgr.
. for WILEYS* CANDY
HBttjMWjMWMIBJIBMi iM IP^ I Pl I ill I
.': . '.V
? c.. ? -kr
allt lo reduce my stock in thc Ibllowiug gotviis '^y?
?is, Art Squares, Easels, Screens,
Couches, Pictures, Toilet Sets,
latter from $4 25 to $10.50; which 1 miaran- $M
ie to be as ?roott il not si. tier ?br tu Austcmore
? ty general stock
10 per cent above- Cost,
G. W. Waddill.
?\UR PLANT is the most mo lani in this state, and
.are using th t? most np to date methods iii the
i :ii liing of work sunt tts That'd (ino r-?aOn why we
. ive our patrons linen. Send u-> your li.ixt Bundle.
J . Powers, Agt,
Buntietlsville, S. C.
L\ US IK NS. S.
> Air Lin? RAILWAY.
rd Air Linc Hy sclir-d
wus '. ?getl on January lOtli.
. Chciaw,&. C., ns follow^.
No (iii nt 8.05 a. m.
No 50 at 9:24 p. m.
No 57 at 8:05 a. m.
No 27 ut 10:-10 p. m.
r'ttavill? ami t'lioraw Ii.
Reum-ttsvillc nt 7.05 a
villi No GG and No 57
?inou ti ain leaving Ben
. 5 p. m. gives Bennetts
au opportunity lo ta let*
. aud No 27.
! I L FEED
towu nod you want n goad
aemiiur wc cnn servo you.
. > i?ai for 250. RuHlnurnnt
- I OYSTf.RS in cviry si\le.
). J. MAY J JOY
? for a lady or ( lents
or Blue willi Li8 in
S. J. Pearson.
, TNG NOTiar.,
are liorehy warm il not to
in any mnnnor upon tunda bo
.ti pOBHUHnioii of tin- under
jro oonnty eitlu r ny walk
liing, linulii g, entiling, 01
.0 run nt Inigo.
: " . J.\8 A McD.VNIKI..
BenriBUsviHi] & Cheraw Railroad
Mii:.-J'.?"-'? -' i'v !. i 1 '1 M Sj
_-NBW SCH KDULK.
I'oniaiuneiug M'/nd iv S?pi. ll!, S.'il.
and nut il Curt her not icu. iiuin.H between
Choran ?un? Bnuucttttvillc will be nporated
on the following rclicdulc, daily exeep:
WKST l; UND FROM HICNNETTSVli.
Lv --fr--1 r " -
Lv 11 by
Lv 1**1 ,.l ;
A i nv. i ihoraw
. a in
i a in
5 4 ?
5 T. "?
HAST BOUND FROM CI1EKAW
Lv IC vot . t
S 10 a in
S 20 n in
s :; i a m
S ti? a tn
S 50 a in
V 00 .1 tn
'.' 1 S 111
'.) IO p 11.
).> p tn
AT BbKNK'l'TdCII.oR-Tho south bouinl
.oorniny trnins on A. O. L. connects with
tra'n No 1. Train No 2 connects wit!: A.
O. L local freight north and south bon:..!.
A r Kol.LOOK-Train NUB Z am! 2 con
nect with nott h and south bound S. A !..
AT CHfc.llAW -Train No 3 connect- willi
uotth cud south hound S A L train*,
and train No 4 coni>octs with north lu,und
S A. b tn.iuH.
. 'M FOX SALE.
. ;-, I IQ two mi ts fiom LATTA,
I School Dltitrict 11S acres
. .nco well timbered; Oood
. t nccOMinry oiubuilding-i.
Alni ionic, barn and B'.ubluu, ll
...' t inn .1 town of Latta.
rs M. I. EDWARDS,
Latta, S 0.
Don't You Love Flowers?
'! M; iii.* I you want KOIUO pretty
ll. all : /es in which tu placo
i, cjd I atithc IlardNyore store
J. T. Medlin,
J. F Everett,
ALL porsniiH aro hereby warned not to
Irc'pass upon nny nf my lands in Smith
villo Township, by bunting, dav or night,
catting ur hauling wood or straw, walking,
riding ur otherwise trespassing upon Kamo
0 it 7, loot WILEY MOORE.
Prepared for the Work.
Air. S .1. IVaism , the Jeweler, bus
now ona ol the latest improvements
for uugraving your name or i ult ia lu
on nny nrtiol? of # AA ur silver ur
j.l.ui in tho mus) up to date manlier.
'I ho fciiniplea nf wprh already done li\
I im nii> just line, ("al: and see him.
Resources and Capital
Protection to Depositors
Our service in every Department is Mot
by agreement on all time Deposits. Oui
tiden?ially looked alter. Mew Deposito
We solicit your account.
STEPHEN SHELTON, Cashier.
September r, 1904.
1 COTTON 1
Around 10 Ots Bi
FOR YOU CAN SAVL
Discretion in Buyiny y<
place. It is all importa
is cheap. Printers Ink
Facts. When you are i
and Winter stock, all
of our large and vari?;
than we have kept in y<
cially invited to examit
DRESS G(bD3, CLOAKS. SEZ1
HOSIERY and UNDERWE
est to tao Best. And in fs
Ladies Wardrobe "Purit:
guaranteed to give eatisfacli
CLOTHING, For men and B<
than ever Also,Hats and Caps.
Ladies and ohildrcn. Wc aro hendr
nnd'.Art Squares. There aro hund
tnkos too much space to mention.
Remember Pianos and Organs. ?
uioucy, and you get tho best of les
ca^h will make it oasy for you to ta
oro not neouts, do'nt pay any comm
sell at a small profit. Tho people i
il requires no introduction. _Thanki
|| Oct 27, 1904. S TS, j
WE HANDLE B
NO USE TO WORRY, til
~? Dry G-oods, Clothin
Fresh Water Ground MEAL a
We Keep a full line in each Departn
AT :T$n Kew:
bet\ ne to Town call and .ice
?fd s!t:?>f:iot)\iii guarani
CA ii sci; !!;..--->> otfr Dotirrl
TAX NOTICES 2
OFFICE OF COUNTY TitBASunuu,
BonnctHvillc, S. C., Sept 17, 1904.
NOTICE ia hereby given that the Bookr
for tho collection of Taxes for Marl
oro county for th? fiscal year oornmpneinc
In unary rat, 1904 will b.j opened at the
rruanurer's Ollico in Bennettsvilln, S. 0.,
ni Saturday Ootobnr 15th, 1904, and will
. rm.Mii open until December 3I.it, without
ii.malty. After that dato thc pooalty will I
'ia added on all unpaid Taxes.
The levy in na follows :
Stute Tax 5 milla
Ordinary County t~x 6 mills
Constitutional School tax ' milla
Total lax le.vy, 14 milla
SPECIAL SCHOOLS :
Antioch 2 mille
Beauty Spot, 3 mills
Boykin 2* mills
Bcnnettavillc 4 milla
Br]}htsviilo 2} mills
CLIO 2^ mills
Ebenezer 2 milln
Kollock 2j mills
Lester 2} ro'""
McColl 2 in
Tatum 4 ni:!
Willis a mi .
Poll Tux of Ono Dollar on ull able bi
malo pcreonB from tho ogcj of 21 I
virara. Commutation Road Tax of
Dollar on rll able bodied malo persons from
! S to 50 yearn of ngo.
J. H. THOMAS,
Treasurer Marlboro County.
While handling n gun that WHS out of
?nier is usually the story. Now. in
order to prevent accidental killing
and to be suro and kill when you
.vant to, I have employed an expert
O tinsmith from Charleston, S. C., who
hus my gun repairing department in
barge, Wc are prepared to do any
kind of fine gun repairing in factoty
order. Give na a trial anti you will
lie convinced that we ure prepared to
;i-. e yon satisfaction in price, work*
luanship aud promptness
S, J. PEAKSOK,
- We are headquarters for
Butter And Cheese. We keep
nothing but the very best, ami
guarantee both to suit you or
refund your money.
W. M. Rowe.
R. T. BARFIELD,
UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER.
Carries in Stock
A full lino of Cofllr.H and Motalio Gasket*
all sitos mid nt} les, from ?4 to $49:).
1 have the ?neat lino ot Cloth and Motalic
Caskets carried by any house in S 0.
lu tho lot in un exact duplicate of tho
Catikot in which President Mc Kloloy
was laid to tout.
t?f" Funerala sorved with ?SA.R8E any
whore in tho county.
Al-o a full linc of DiMnfictntitf.
Phone 48 Open Da)/ and Night
ll KN N UTTS VI libR, 3. C.
5ville? S. C.
1er? and Satisfactory.
customers interests carefully and con
is will receive like consideration.
fi, J. MATHESON, President.
g ':::! mw ! ) -rm
B Not Discouraged,
i MONEY, IF you only uso
mr Necessaries at the right
nt TO KNOW THIS Talk
cheal). We only advertise
ready to purobaee your tall
we ask is an inspection of
id stock of Goods-larger
?ars. The Ladies are spe
ITS. SHIRT WAISTS, HATS,
?AR at Prices from tho Chcap
Lct Everything p?rlttintrig tn tlio
an Corsets" in ibo boot snyles
on or ninney rt .funded.
>y?, in lar^a vari ty ai p?a<M 1 >w.>r
Largo stock of SHOKS l'or Mou,
marlon? for Carpets Mulline, Riigs
red9 of ui tides which wo keen, but
especially. We can save you big
Humerus If you haven't got tbo
tko payments. Remember al-o wo
issioDB or salaries, aro Bailor", ?nd
of Marlboro know thc old tirai and
ngyou for past favors
rx COM ?o IMITII r ON TU
g, Shoos, Xvi otions
nd HOMINY a ?penalty,
lent and will lill your Wants in eaeti
nr.. Phony ufdors tn bny.u uelivocl
nS1 i h'Uil .-'ii/i i',
m.. ? * (M
Goon SliWS of?o? c?nica* limn gb
tho medium of a b iter. ,
- a T?TI ONE R T -
plays a* most i m portan f- pari in Iii.'a
programme tba) immy c nijcctuic.
We're often judged liy the sla
tioutry wo us^, whether pri
vately or in business.
It's mir happy lot to plcaso our cu o
inerf, and our st uk ol'Stationery
is BO good und well assorted
you can ?ot just what
We alan carry a well selected attie bf
.lin?fi>?'i?e S*?1 :\vrAney,
I j :.. M ? ' HB'A'8,
?am now better prepared flinn ever lo
pleas? cucii thc most fasluhous u
TONSOKI w. WoitK. I uuiuantco putin
faction in Shaven, Hair cn n, Bbamj OOB
and MtissngiB. I have a new Electric
Battery fui mufraaget?, and eau treat ibo '
laces of Gentlemen and balks in ibo
mon up to-dato maur.; r
I Koiieit ymir pattouagn
J. A. GRACE.
Mttrion si mit, ISuungttBvillo, S. O
Valuable Resident Property
IN EAST BENN E ITSV1LLE
WX?SY BiDK EvFitj&rr ST,
CONSISTING of 23 acre?, ono forgo UM
Bidunuo-6 ri/.Jiiis. Fino wator, pup i
plied by pump dt dour of ?tove room. Omi
servant bou*o, Ihtr?B, fctablcB, <k?.
Gnu smaller residence,'5 icomn. Fino
water, supplied by pump.
Thin property to bo Bold for partition
If not sold this property will b. fi r
lent for 1905.
Ita nicely situated, perfectly drained and
healthy. If jon want ono of tbo b- M.
tesident properties iii Butiuuttsvillu now ii
your tim i. Apply to
Aug. LO. C. W. WADD?L1;
J. H;' Ht?sE?LIi
And Pap?t; Hs-Tifi^r.
Haul Wood Kinidtoi, Host Lead nml
Oil fur Dished. Eal i ui ut es ihem i ndy
gtveu. All work guaranteed to bo
ii rsl-cb ?s.
-For anice liiie. of shoos go lo
G B ILioburda