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'ETTSVILLE, S. O,
RY S. A.BROWN & C0^_
jfldc on Marion Street Opposit
?ri?av Deoomber ?23,19?4.
A MATTER?F HEALTH
\Ooitnty Ohurch Directory.
Bennettsville Circuit Appointments
. REV. A. T. DUNLAP, P. O.
First Sunday-11a.m., Pino Grove
3 p. m., Smyrna.
Second Sunday, ll a.m. McColl.
3 p. rn. Beauty Spot
Third Sunday-ll a. m., Pino Grote
3 p> rn, Smyrna.
Fourth Sun.lay, ll a.m. MoColi,
3 p. ni. Boauty Spot
Blenheim Circuit Appointments.
REV. W. B. BAKER P. O.
JFirst Sunday, Hebron ll a. m.
Ebenezer 3-30 p. rn.
Second Sunday, Parnassus lia. m.
Zion 3.30 p. in.
^rd Sunday, Hebron ll a.m.
Ebenezer 3.30 p. m.
T?-.i. o-i--- ii.Ha. m.
Zion 3 30 p. m.
Clio Circuit Appointments
REV. P. H. SHULER, P. C.
'Ho-Preaching every Sunday mormnj
nt II o'clock. Epworth Longue Sun
day night at 8 o'clock. Sunday kohoo
.. m. W. A Hinshaw, Supt
meeting Monday night at 8.
reaching every Sunday aft a
Sunday school nt 3 R
REV. J. N. WRIGHT,
Pirafc Sunday, Oak Grove, ion. m.
Pleasant Hill 12 noon,
Kew 'Topi, .} ni,
' - 11c Soiulft.Vr; Shil )h lt " *n.
.?"i.; cotter a p, tx .
" . w, New llppc ?ci H. H.
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Oak r'-'u 0. . t? n D?
Bennettsville Church Director
MF.moDTST-T. E. MORRIS, P. (
Sunday sohool 3 30 p. m. Preaching J
11.00 a m. and 7.30 p.m. Prayer mee
in? Wednesday eveuing at 8.00 o'cloc!
Suporintmdeut Sunday school, Phil. A
BAPTIST-Rev. Rufus Ford, Pasto
Sunday Rchool at 10.00. Preaching Sui
day at 11.00 a. nu, and 7.30 p. m. Prayt
meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clocl
Superintendent ol' Sunday school, H. A
1'ttKsnvTKUiAN-Bunyan McLeod Pl
1) , Paflor. Services every Sabbat
(-monier) ll n. m. and 8 p. m.; (wintet
l l a. ra. and 7-30 p. tn Prayer mcctin
Thursday 5 p. m. Seats free. Strangei
cordially iuvited. Sunday school ever
Sunday IO a. m. Superintendent, J. rJ
Dudley. All parents and children mad
welcome at tho school.
EPISCOPAL-Rev. O. W. Boyd, Recto:
1 reaohing every second and fourth Sando
at II a. m., and 7.30 p. m. Sando
ujhoui at 9.30 a. ai. Dr. J. A. Fa?ioi
County Masonic Directory.
MARLBORO CHAPTER NO. 30 R. A
M., meets at Bcnncttsville on tho accon
Friday of each month.
J. F. Kinney, IL P.
n, E. Stockton, Secretary.
EUREKA LoDOE No. 43, A. F. Mi
meeta at McColl, each Saturday after
noon, before tho full moon,at 4 o'olock.
AURORA LODGE NO. 33, A. F. M.
meets at Clio, Saturday on or after cae!
full moon at 3 o'clock, p. m.
1). H. Everett, W. M.
J. E. McLeod, Secretary.
Our Town Gorvernment.
MAYOR-P. A. Hodges
ALDERMEN-W P Breeden, Jr. C S
Cba(lirw_A. Q. Sinclair, W. W. Pate.
CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc
Laurin. Office open daily.
POLICE-J. V. David, H. C Millor.
MAQISTAIES-C. D. Easterlies, T. L
H. L. MuLa?rio, MoO?lJ
John A. Calhoun. Clio,
W. J Atkinson. Blenheim,
D, I). Stubbs, BrightflvtHe.
W. W. Irby, Smithville.
HIE Business recently known as Hu
CLIO NOVELTY MANUFOTU
?G CO . will h oreti Pt or be known a
.3 CLIO NOVELTY MANTJFAO
'IJjMNG WORKS, ofth P. Ii. IVE?
ffnnr and dirccttA*,
^l*tcst iuiprrfcd wood workinj
"n.ro hejtv# placed for doing al
york for builders uso ai
?cs is agent at Bennett!
Mr. Marion DuboB? spent Sun
day in town
M. J. T. McColl of Clio section
was up Tuesday with good cheer.
Mr. C. F: Guinn, of Dunbar
Seotion has moved to Bennetts
Mr james Adams of Oak
Ridge Institute is home for the I
Mr. "D. T. Am m ons of Olio was ]
in town Wednesday and called
with a smile
Mr. W. D. Baxloy of Clio was
up Wednesday and called wi th
M. J. P. McKinnon of Beb? on
was up Monday and made us a
Mr. Porter Fletcher of Adams
ville was in town Wednesday and
called with a smile
Mr- J. D. Cottingham of Jud
son section was up Tuesday and
made us a pleasant call.
Dr. R. Li. Spencer, tho Dentist
will be absent from his office un
til January 2d,
Mr, Li. L. Ivey of Clio Novelty
Works was up Wednesday and
made us a pleasant call
r. J. Li, Clark of Bebron wes
in town Monday and called with
Mr. James Webster of the Red
Bill section was up Thursday
and called with good cheer.
Mrs. T. C. Weatherly and child
ren are sponding the holidays
with her mother in the old North
Mr. Boward B. Carlisle, of
Spartanburg spent last Sunday
in our town with his sister Mrs.
Lindsay J. Breeden
Mr. B. E- Moore of Lester was
down Friday. Be is prepared
to fill orders for that good old
Mr. Duncan McLaurin of Red
Bluff was up Saturday and made
us a pleasant call. No special
news in his section
Mr. W. J Covington, the chan ?
pion pork raiser of Bebron has
killed 13 pigs this soasou' the
smallest weighing 300 pounds
Mrs C. T. Moore and daugh
ters Misses Lillie and Mattie and
sons Masters Dudley aud Tur
lington Moore of Birmingham,
Ala., are spending tho holidays
With relatives in town,
mjTTT IJja ICT-ia CJttV^iJL-|7 VVTI-TI
Married o?'Suuduy evening D c.
IS, 1904 at tho resilience of N C.
Byrd iu tin's town, hy Rev. Ku tus
Ford of the Baptist Church, Mr.
Percy A. Bundy aud Miss Alice
JSiler of Lauriuburg.
Mai ried ?>n Wedoreday evuni . ,
D?'.euihnr S? I ?t 11)04, it tho re-.i I ente
of the bi'ilii'f* parsu'.a, by Hiv:. ri
?...??. Vf?1 . "ST ?T?--i ?,
bli i !;, Mr. ,r . . , > ittjij M('.iu<
? - rp! Mft? .' " flaiisj'htf I
?I " a uti J. Btu I lis --hil
Married on Sunday afternoon Dec
18th at thc home of the bride's parents
in Ebenezer township, by Rev Bun
yan McLeod, of the Presbyterian
Church. Mr. Colin Brock of Cheraw
and Miss Lillian Herndon, daughl r
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Herndon.
Married ou Thursday afternoon Dec
ember 22ntl, 1901. at tho residence t.f
tba bride's parents, neur Fri e State,
by R:v J. W. Ariail, Mr. Fred E.
Douglas of Benucttsville ami Mies Sa -
lie Miller, daughter of Mr. P. A. Mill
er, formerly of the Tatum section.
Married on Tuesday aftenoon Dec
ember 13th, 1904. nt the residence f
Afr. J F. McKiunon, in Hebron, by
Rev W. B. Baker, Mr E. L Stubbs
of Chi raw and Miss Lucy Fraser, of
Married on Sundav afton o n. DJ ?
ember 18th, 1904 by D. U. Stubbs,
Esq , at Brightsville, Mr. Luther
Bennett, of Smithville, and Miss Na ?.
cy Creech, daughter of Mr: Ebbte
Creech of Bithel section.
Cards are ont announcing tho mar
liage of Mr. Sanford Foster McGill,
of Macon, Ga., to M?68 Mary Beulah
Fox worth, daughter ot Mr. C. W.
Foxworth of Blenheim, this county,
on Wednesday nest, D; comber 28th,
1904 at ha.f past 1 o'cl ck.
Married at Wadesboro, N. C, on
December 21, 1904, Mr. Murray Mtv
Let d ?ti, of Bennettsville ?nd Miss)
Gertrude Morven of Wadesboro. The
happy couple emu; to Bennettsville
on tho Wednesday night train from
Cheraw and will reside in the T. L
Crosland bouse ou Jennings street.
Marrried un Tuesday night Dec 20th
1904, at the Pnsbyteriau parsonage,
by Rev. Bunyan McLeod, Mr. P. A.
Miller, Jr.. and Mi s Florence Easter*
ling ni Tatum Mids 10 sterling was un
her way hume fruin Lim. atone coll, ge |
and was m?l at thu Coast Line Depot
by Mr. Miller, aie! after u visit to thc"
parsonage, tho happy couple left for
the groom's home near Freo State,
Making Otheiti ??appy.
An exchange says that "there
is nothing comparable with mak
ing others happy." Yes,, but the
wo >tl rogues lorget that the price
of wood now makes this happiness
a little oxpeusivo, with a hard
Jitbt received a new lot of
Apple Butter and Cranberry
Sauce at W. M. Howe's
A full lino of II J. Heinzs Ct).
Pickles Preserves, Ketchups", Sau
ces, Jellies &c. at
ftjrV. M. Rowe's.
TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. N
-- Morry Christmas to all.
- We had some real winter^
weather last week /
- Two arrivals at the County
uiiijiv nu UU ijiiuuu y
- Tho Gladed Sohool closed
Wednesday for the holidays
- The first legal holiday for
1305 falls on Sunday
! - Jeff Eilersca cf Bethel sec
tion has our thanks for favors
- Jeff Purvis, of Adam? ville
has our thanks for kind favors
Auctioneer David has open
ed his Saturday trade
- R. H. McNair of Blenheim
has our thanks for favors.
- Treasurer Thomas collected I
over ?5,000 in taxes Monda?-;
Only one more week without the
- Mr. Nathan Weatherford n
laborer on Mr. Lewis ChaviJ
place killed a 16 months pig this
week weighing 225 pounds
-For a nice line of shoes go to
C B. Hubbards
-If you dont want to share the
penalty call on the Treasurer
Thomas before tho 31st.
- Just received a new lot of
Riisins, Currants, Citron, Figs
&c for fruit cake at Rowe's
l&f" During the holidays Shoes go
at Coat at C. 13. Hubbard's store.
- Kris Kringle has a nice ex
hibition at Strauss & Co, Store
Read the notice this week and
see their stock.
- A lot of Lard Stands can be
had cheap at C. B. Hubbard's
- Hylo Turn Down "Lamps and
Colored Lamps for sale by E C
- We make a specialty of
dried and green fruits at
W. M. Rowe
Go to McLendon Bros and get
thc best hair tonic.
You will Sm! the best butter
and cheese in town at
W. M. Rowe's
Herpicide kills the dandruff
germs, got it at McLendon's Bar
If you want afine Hair Dresser
go to McLendon Bros barber
-?- Waddill can sayeyou money
now on Furniture. Read his ad
. Yon will n'o? ? read the sound
bi tho bel! ii' y?? li?yo ;>:. in
:-';r. ruo policy t.n fur ni turo
Dont let your hair fall out go
to the white barber shop and buy
a bottle of Herpicide.
- That the best is the cheap
est in the long run can well be
said of buggies and wagons you
will find both at P. A. Hodges at
CST3Fresh sausage, eggs, ham,
fish at C. B. Hubbard's
- Weatherly's Big Depart
ment Store want's your attention
A nice line of canned
goods at C. B Hubbard's
- Notions of all kinds cheap
at C. B. Hubbards
- Guns and shells at C. B.
- Special attention is asked to
the advertisement of tho Plan
ters National Bank in this issue.
- Mr. G. W. Waddill has some
desirable property for sale
,- You will save money by
looking at Waddill's stock. See
his now advertisement he means
We can koop what hair you
have got with Herpicide.
- Just received a Barrel of
"new ketch" Mackerel. They
are nice and cheap.
W. M. Rowe.
Mr. C. S. McCall represents some
of the best companies io the country
und will he pleased to quote you beBt
E ARE IN IT 1
TO SEL h
Heavy and Fancy Groceries and
a full line of Canned Goods,
Pickles, Sauces and Dainties,
Candies, Cakes and Fruits.
Tobacco and Cigars
A nice line of Gloves, Hosiery,
Heavy Underwear for men and
women, and rnan3r Novelties
Needfuls in the notion line
A full line of 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
We invite special attention to
ou? stock of Guns and Ammu
nition of Stevens make.
We have too a few nice covered
baskets, to go as bargaii
Caii and see
Marion St. /.. EL C.
Tho new Methodist church nt Clio
waa dedicated on Sumluy. Bishop Dui ?
eau of Spartanhurg prcaohod the Bar
na MI Sunday morning, and a Iar?e
crowd turned out to hear him.
Dr McLeod will fill his pulpit next
Sunday ll a m. and 7. 80 p m Sub
ject for morning "The auomaly ol' the
i icm nation.1' Evtning '-Characteris
tics of a good church member." All
Tho hohr for evening services at tito
churched is DOW 7.30 o'clock.
Prayer meeting at tho Baptist church \
overy Thursday evening at 7 30.
Prayer mooting at the Sfothodlvt church J
overy Wednesday at 7.30 p. m.
Prayer meeting ut Presbyterian ohuroh |
Thnrbday evening; at 7 30.
Tho hour for Sunday 8ohool at the I
HolbodiBt ohuroh baa been changed to |
4.00 o'clock in tho afternoon.
The Epworth Loaguo Prayer meeting
M held every Wednesday evening in tho
Sun.Iay school room of the Methodist
ohuroh at 8 o'clock Tho public invited.
Entertainment at Hebron.
An excellent program has been
arranged foran entertainment at Heb
ron Academy this evening. Tin- pat
rons ?mil pub?o are cordi-illy invited.
Tho principal. Miw Jenn Cameron will j
appreciate th ; uttenr'anoj of all patrons.
Sad Death at Ruby.
Mrs. D F. Smith, nee Currie, for
merly of Clio, died Rt her homo in
Rubv. Chesterfield county, on Tues
day December 13, 1904, aftor a eh011
illness. To add to the Borrow of the
occasion Mr Smith was down with n
severe case of fever and jaundice
The remains of Mrs Smith were
brought over to Clio for burial on
AB we purpose publishing the ap
pointments in full next week we will
give those only for the comity:
Marinn District-E P Taylor, P E
BennottBville Station-T. E. Morris
Bennettsville Ct.,-A. T. Dunlap
Brigtttnv?ll? Ct.,- E. M. McKtssiok
Rrownavillfl Ct..-S J B :thea
Clio and Beulah.-F II Shuter
McColl-W. H. McLaurin \
North Marlboro,-J. N. Wright 1
Blenheim- W. B Baker. ,
ChangeB-Rev J. W. Arial goes 10J
Lat'a and wo will miss bim. J
Fresh testimony in c>"cat quantity ii
constantly corniug in, declaring Dr I
King's New Discovery fur Coughs am ]
Colds to bo unequaled. A recent exprcss-j
ipa- a:"~Tn T. J McFarland B .morville j
-MtMffllll _Tl?_ivrit.M: '-Jj
tored ali tho timo without bei
Thon I bjgin~\
ti. - ? .11 i.iit, < niv.t . - HI/ II . 1.1
un?! Tl.uvi! nonbles fj!.>n>\it?j>?i . i i
uji?tj|ii i\;jd ('rip, (J-iO'."?ed . .. <
?-uitfi Diu /Iii'.! ' liiVl b?Ufcii !
Living lit II 1 H ; .1? i!'L- way pln-ty. rt
f.??.? t lr bili t?y ihz.?! ?<>ib . family :- ft'vln
_-li '._ Ulol. ... iii.-.-, "i aiis.-.i't&JXrf
resulting io Burns. Outs, Wound-y^jleerH
c c , Liy in a (supply of Buel'ilen's Ar
bien Salve. I'ts the bes? oocaith 2i)i at
J. T. Douglas Drug Si ore
HE CAUGHT COLD.
A cold may end in catarrh or pneurno
ni- , Gatnrrh is bad and unpleasant to
your trio- d i. Pueun onia in quickly dan
gerous often death iife.f. K? ep tho brea
thing apparatus open und c'evi. AU dis
e-sis of tho throat hud bronchial tnho.
cured quickly, j.I&di-antly by Tr. King's
Wild O' erry und Tur 'Tt bistre good
Ev? n chronio bronchitic (riv. H way h"rV?r*
IOngV 250 , giiurur'?d by BUIII.CMBV?.'O
Flowers ! Flowers !
Mrs. Jno S. Moore has a fine
lot of Geraniums, Begonias
Ferns, Palms and otb er plants,
well rooted, that she desires to
sell Cuttings 25o per dozen.
A brillant man ouce said ; "Dr. King's
Sarsaparilla is the moat wunde ful ni di
cinc I ever saw 1 wns run dosvn, nervuns,
wenk; could nob sleep-wan a vory siuk
man. I took a thorough couraG-nix bot
tles-and nm well.
J NO. W STAGG.
And it not only makes mon ns good nn
ao*r, but women BB well
Sold by Beniiettaville Pharmacy.
Specials at WaddlU's
Karpcu Sterling Large Arm Rockers
at $30. Couches nt $40. At other stores
the-He goods are priced at 40 and $50.
Don't forget our speciul sale in Arl
Squares. Rugs, Poniera and Felt
O. W. WADDI LL.
Horses Do Get Sick.
When a horses and mules arc poor
it is nor always and indication thal they
do not get enough to eat. Many ani
mals, just like human beings, have in~
digestion or the system is ali run down
and a tonic is needed, lt is not the a
mount ot lood eaten that makes muscle
and fat, More depends upon the prop
er digestion or assimilation ot the tood
than is commonly supposed. Nothing
has yet been discovered that will build
np a horse or mule better than Ash
cralt's Condition Powders, the only
remedy in its class sold under a guar
antee. Ask Mr. Smith Newton, lien
nettsville, tor it-the kind put up in dos
es. And McColl Drug Co., McColl, S.
Town Tax Notice
THE Town Books will ba opened for col
lc-otion of tuxes on Beul E-itato and
Personal Property on October ist and rim.
Deo 31 1904 after which tho penalty wi.I
bo addod and collected. Tho levy is ns fol
Current Expon?is 15 eta 0^*-'0o
Int on R. B. Bond?! 21 ola on% Vr>
Sir.kiug Fund B. R. 5 eta on ya
Int Eloottio Light Bonds 14 eta on $1
Sinking fund E L Bonds 4 ots on $il
Total 59 eta on $too
By order of tho Council
MILTON MOLAURIN, Clerk.
Rt-pt 21 I904
?>:: \S JANUARY 9th. offering a thorough busi
i education to young mou and women ttl hull
;ir of going to "distant schools. Nothing
pays b?tter. I^silions guaranteed.
! Indents possible should cu ter at ppeniug
>*;.'? ?or 22. 1904.
1 iennettsville Pharmacy,}*^
'. ! ? tit! jl
aa I gun'
\V . ...i,
il V?-; <.;
jonH'HJiilv adJtuir to our Btook of D ^ U G J5 AKl) JPOILE1!?
^IOIlEjS, and can supply you witb every n-caaury article
laervatiou u? Henlth ffljra our NEW <in.l UP TO DATD D^IIQ
We give tur special attention to tho needs of our OmtoiuerH
.otee fntia'actioo to ult. Every artlclo we Bell IS THE BEST
showing SOME NICE ARTICLES SUITABLE FOB CHRIST
?SENT3, and ask jon ta call and soe our NEW AND ATTRAC
RB^CIIUTION DKI'AKTMBNT is complete and is a "speciul foutu, c
cure of n skilled and experienced druggist, .
aro ALWAYS WELCOME HERE
? . ?, MATTHEWS, Mgr, Jg
for WILEYS' CANDY.
mt to retb/Qcc my slock in thc following goods
rfs.Mrt Squares, Easels, Screens,
touches, Pictures, Toilet Sets,
; latter from $4 25 to $10.00, which I gnaran
cc to be as good if not superior to Auslemore
ly general stock
t IO per cent above Ccst,
^ W Wad ri ill.
ag of. wo!
jnost modern iii this state, and
jgst hp to date methods in the
?Thut's one roasoh why we
?your n^xt Bundle.
. Powers, Agt,
r> Air Line RAILWAY.
rd Air Line Ky t-clied
hgod on January 10th.
pheraw.hi. C., f.s follows:
No 06 nt 8.05 a. m,
No .r)t) at 9:24 p. m.
Nfi 57 nt 8:05 a. m.
No 27 nt 10:40 p. m.
idtsvi lc and Chernw R.
Jenni tlsville nt 7 05 a
nth No Gl? and No 57.
icon ti nie leaving Ben
5 p. m. gives Bennetts
an opportunity lo take
and No 27.
town and you wnnfc a good
neiaher we can Re.-vo you.
.nu for 25c. Restaurant
I OYSTERS in avery stylo.
). J. BRAYBOY
.4 Lt 14 2
for a lady or Gouts
or Bluo with 23 in
S. J. Pearson.
ire hereby warn, d not to
my manner upon landa bc
) pOBSOBRion of fue u'id.'r
iro county either by walk
ting, himlii K, OUtting, or
J ruu nt Inigo.
JAB. A. MODANISL:
J two mi'cs from LATTA,
Soliool District ii5ncrcB
nee well timbare.!. Good
ons'), barn and 8'abl.;s, 1 }
>n i>f ? ntta.
8 M. I. EDWARDS,
Lat tu, S 0.
'o Flowers V
pii want some pretty
'.es in which to place
the Hardware store
B?nne??svi?le & Cheraw Railroad
?? typ ?- ?. ? >
k 5?s& '" v ) i !.!-) ? ' ]?I -MSM ??T
Cc-muinuciug ?Munday S?-pt. 12, 1901,
ami until lunticr notice, trains between
Cheraw ami Ucunctinville will bo operated
DU thc fbllowiug fchcdule, daily except
WEST B )UND PR0MJ1ENNETTSVILLK
No. I. No. 3.
7 05 am 5 00 p m
7 1ft am & 15 p in
7 20 u in ft 20 M m
7 30 a m ft 35 p m
7 '.Ut a ni ft 40 p m
7 40 a ni ft 4S p ni
7 l? a ui ft 55 p m
0 lo n II.
IJV K vero t t'a
hv l''s t?-1-?
Ai rive Kinlock
EAST BOUND FHOM CIIEUAW.
8 10 a ni
S 20 a ni
8 SD a ui
8 4il a m
8 fto a m
9 OD a tn
0 15? m
9 2.-) p ni
9 :ift p m
9 40 p in
9 4ft p m
9 fto p m
9 ft ft u iii
10 O') i> in
ll) 1ft p n
AT BICNNUTT.SUILLR-Tho nou<h buund
morning triiins on A. O. L. connect* w i? I,
train No I. Train N) 2 co.-moctB wiMi A
C L local freight non li and south buu<id
AT KOLLOCfl-Train Ne? I and 2 cnn
nacl with north and aouth bound S. A L.
AT CHKHAW-Truin No 3 oonnejtr with
nor th mid houth bound S A* L trains
and train No 4 connects with north bound
S. A. L trains.
J. T. Medlin, J. F Everett,
Trafile Mgr. Supnrintundeot.
ALL persons aro hereby warned not to
trepp.ipa upon any of my lands in Smith
ville Township, by hunting, day or night,
cutting or hauling wood or atraw, walking,
riding or otherwise trcuparsing upon enmp
Out 7, 1904 WILEY MOORE.
Prepared for the Work.
Mr. S. J. Pearson, the Jeweler, has
now one of tho Inleat iiupn /cmenh.
for engraving your name or
nn nov nrtie'e of gnld i>r eil vc
nlute. in the most up-tn da'e
The pomoles of work nlrmdv
I hn nie jua fine Cub aud
Of BemiettsviUe, S.
tesources and Capital
'roteotion to Depositore
Our service in every Department is Modem and S?tiifactory Interest allow? d
y agreement on all time Deposits Our customers interests c*rebilJy and co? -
dentiaiiy looked alter. New Depositors will recciye like consideration.
We solicit your account.
STEPHEN SHELTON, Cashier.
September i, 1904.
A. J. MATHESON, President.
TfWTlTR the approach of CHRISTMAS ?TO wi!! nnnmmcc to ?Ko
Kit r?"b'ic thnt wo hive made ampio Proparnlrn For th" v\riM of
both OID and YOUNG in Mioh poods that nm in -oi^ni) Wc have
paid paid particu'ar nu cation to moot tho Fanoias of Vlf cry Ono. We
hate a large stock of
NOVELTIES, ALBUMS, TOYS, WAGONS,
DOLLS, VELOCZPES, DRUMS,
And Tiundrcde of Orher Articles Too Numerous to Mention bnlor.gtO?
tho XMAS OUTFIT-in .h? la'ost deigns that could be hal
Our stock is now on Display.
Corrie early and avoid trie ru sa.
. Wc hnv<? juM ree.p?v<vl a fresij mipo'v of CLOTHING,
ond OVERCOAT'S for Mon nnd Bo?'?, winji,
Low PI?CR during ihn noHduvj
inspect onr nw mock
1 ii IT A M T\ T U Vi A n fi fi T ii y n m n r>
fi IM WIM MiMlAlo lUU
NO USE TO WORRY, BUT COME HIGHT ON TO
-?? Dry G-oods, Cloding, Shoss, Notions. *
And Fancy Groceries.!
te?* Fresh Water Ground MEAL a\d HOMINY a specialty.
We Keep a full lino in each Department and will G I your Wants in *?>?i.
AT THE LC WES- PRICES.
When yon come to T > >n ra'l Hud S3s us. Pim ie oi-ders ii: town dvHvcted
! REE; aud SKtisfnctiou guaranteed,
(.Viii and soc lis-Near [lonklas* Di ne Store'".
UOTICE la herebygj
\ for the collection
.oro connty for tho fiaoaff gm ootumoncinK
Vnuary rat, 1904 will bo oponod at tho
'r< naarer'n Ofuco in Benncttevillo, S. 0.
in Saturday October 15th, 1904, and
i tnasn open until
e added on all unpaid Taxes.
The levy ia aa follows:
Irdinary County tax
lonstitutional School lax
Total tax levy, 14 milla
Antioch 2 mills
Beauty Spot, 3 milla
Bovkln ai mills
Bonnettavillo 4 milla
Brightavillo 2 i mills
OLIO 2 J mills
Ebenezer 2 milla
Kollook ai milla
Lester 2 i milla
McOoll 2 milla
Tatum 4 millH
Willis 2 milla
Toll Tax of Ono Dollar on nil nblo bodied
? ulo persons from tho ages of 21 to 60
ears. Commutation Road Tax of Ono
)cltar on all ablo bodied male peraonH from
8 to 50 years of ago.
J. IL THOMAS,
Treasurer Marlboro County.
A WATCH ia LIKE A MAN,
NEEDS CLEANING OUI' and 1
AIRING onoo in a while, I am
Rcpu'ucr aud will give jour Wa
uro euro Treatment, IF YOU V
CALL ON MB AT MY OFFICE
oor north of tho I'ostoffice-the
S. J. PEARSON
iVhile handling n gun that was out of
.rder is usually the slory. Now. iu
>rder to prevent accidental killing
ind to he sure and kill when you
vant to, I have employed an exper
?uDsmith from Charleston, S. C., ?ho
ms my gun repairing department in
:harge, Wo aro prepared to do any
dud of fine gun repairing in faetoiy
>rdor. Give us a trial toid you will
)e convinced thnt we aro prepared to
ri,e you satisfaction iu price, work
im?sbip and promptness
8, J. PEARSON,
- We are headquarters for
Butter and Cheese. We keep
lothing but the very best, lind
guarantee both to suit yon or
refund your money.
W. M. Rowe.
am now boticr prepared than over tb
please even thc most fastideous n
TONSORIAL VVoitK I guarantee But 8?
factiou in Shnv<a, Hair-cuts, Shampoos
nnd Massages. I bavo a new Elect iib
Nattery for maesngea, nial can trent tho
facia of Gcntlemon mid Ladies in tho
most np to-dnto manner.
I solicit your patronage
J. A. GRACE.
Marion (street BouneUavillo, S. O.
Valuable Resident. Properly
IN EAST BENNE ITS V1 Ll J E
WKBT KIDK EVKHKTT "T.
CONSISTING of 23 core?, ono Jj
aidenco-6 rcoui3. Pin
plied by pump r,? dcor
hor7ant hou^e, b.ui
If not BI.ld thi
rent Jor 190?.
Its nicely situatri
healthy. If yoj
J w^'dont proper,
wk or litnc
1 Z Aug.
R. T; BARFIELD,
UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER.
Carries in Stoclc
K full lino of Coflli.B and Motallo Guek.
all BIZ?S and styles, from ?4 io $490.
[ have the unca