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County Church Directory.
fBennettsv?llc Circuit Appoin msnts
REV. A. T. DUNLAP, P. O.
First Sunday-ll a. m., Pino Grove
3 p. m., Smyrna.
SocondSunday, ll a.m. MoCoil.
3 p. m. Beauty Spot.
Third Sunday-ll a. m., Pino Grove,
3 p. tn, Smyrna.
Fourth Sunday, ll a. m. McColl.
3 p. m. Beauty Spot.
Blenheim Circuit Appointments.
REV. W. B. BAKER P. O.
i?irst Sunday, Hebron ll a. m;
Ebenezer 3>30 p. m.
Second Sunday, Parnassus lia. m.
Ziou 3.30 p. m.
Third Sunday, Hebron ll a. m.
Ebonezer 3.30 p. m.
Fourth Sunday Purnopsup ll a. m.
Zion 3.30 p. m.
Clio Circuit Appointments.
KEV. F. II. SIIUI/ER, P. C.
Clio-Preaching e\ory Sunday morning
nt ll o'clock. Epworth League Sun g
day night ut 8 o'clock. Sunday bchoolfe
nt 10 a. m. W. A Ilinshaw, SupJ.fcS
Prnver meeting Monday night at 8. fi
Beuhih^pTeacln^ aft ol?
4 o'clock. Sunday sSJlpoL-?t-3-?. M
North Marlboro Circuit.
BEV. J. N. WRIGHT, P. 0.
Tirai; Sunday, Oak Grove, io a. m.
Pica ui fijli ?-' li lu
JIU- i?.w?o, / JU p. III.
Fourth Sunday, Ebonezer II a. m.
Shiloh, 4 p. m.
Bennettsville Church Directory]
ME?HODTST-T. E. MORRIS, P. 0
Sunday sohool 3 30 p- m. Preaching atj
11.00 a m. and 7.3U p. m. Prayer med
ina Wednesday evening at 8.00 o'olockj
Suparint;ndent Sunday school, Phil. A.
BAPTIST-Rov. Rufus Ford, Pastor.
Sunday school at 10.00. Preaching Sun-?
day nt 11.00 a. in., and 7.30 p. m. Prayerj
meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'olock.
Superintendent of Suuday sohool, H. Wi
PRESBYTERIAN-Bunyun McLeod Ph
J) . Pastor. Serviced every Sabbath
(summer) 11 a. m. and S p. m.; (winter)
11 ti. m. un 1 7.30 p. rn- Prayer meeting
.Thursday 5 p. m. Seats free. Stranger?
cordially invited. Sunday school everj
Sunday IO a. m. Superintendent, J. T
Dudley. All parents and children mad?
welcome at the school.
EPISCOPAL-Kev. O. W. Boyd, Rector,
Preaohiog ovary Becond r.nd fourth Sunday
at II a. m., and 7.30 p. m. Sunday
school at 9.30 a. m. Dr. J. A. Faieon,
County Masonic Directory.
MARLBORO CHAPTER NO. 30 R. A.
M., meets at Bennettsville on the secondj
Friday of caoh month.
J. F. Kinney, H. P.
H, E. Stockton, Secretary.
EUREKA LonGE No. 43, A. F. M..
moots nt McColl, each Saturday after
Doou, before tho full moon,at 4 o'olock.
AURORA LODOE NO. 33, A. F. M.,1
meets at Clio, Saturday on or after each
full moon at 3 o'olock, p. m.
D. li. Everett, W. M.
\ J. E. McLeod, Secretary.
\Our Town Gorvernment.
YOR-P. A. Hodges
WRMEN-W P. Breeden. Jr. C. S
M A. G. Sinclair, W. Wi Pate.
I?ERIC & TREASURER-Milton Mc
lrin. Office open daily.
POEicF .David. H. C. Miller.
[AOISfAlES-C. D. E:iS ,. m ~
fand, Benno Wille. ' '""'?Dg, T, L
L. MoLaurin, McColl
hn A. Calhoun. Clio,
J. Atkinson, Blenheim,
>, D. Stubbs, Brightsvillc, \
Vi W. Irby, Smithville.
Business recently known as thc
IO NOVELTY MANUFCTU
CO , will hereafter bc known ai
LIO NOVELTY M A NU F AC
?G WOjfcKS, with P. H. IVEY
improved wood working
i being placed for doing all
hy work for builders uso at
is agent at Bennetts
Mr. R. F. Spears o? H ebro nj
made us a pleasant call -Friday I
Mr. R. C. G?xe of Red Hill was
np on Monday and smiled on us
Mr. Clarence King of Lydi;
spent Sunday and Monday hi our
Mr. T. Manning of Vanees, S.
?G.. has our thanks for valued
Mr. B F. Thompson of Mc-^
Coll was down Monday and call-0
d with favors
Mr. J. Fletcher Harris of Che
raw was here Monday and called
to give us a smile
Mr. A. W. McIntyre of Red|l
Bluff was a caller Monday withgf
i smile for 1905
Mr. R. D. Rainwaters of Smith rH<
?ville was down Saturday aud cail
?ad. No special news*
Mr. T. M. Webster left Wed
?nssday for Darlington on his wayL
Ito Florida. gs
Mr. J. C Croley of Adamsvilloa1
>vas down Tuesday and called tefl
see us. No special news.
Mr. Milton Strauss and sister
Miss Hortense loft Wednesday
tor Florida to spend some time
Mr. Henry Turner who has
been living near Laurinburg has
returned to Bonnettsville Cotton
Misses Lurette and Julia Pow
iars of Fayetteville spent last
week with friends and relatives
Mr. F. P. Stanton of the Bou
lah section was up Tuesday andj|
ailed. No special news in his^
The students of the various
schools aud colleges who came1
Ihome to spend Hie holidays have
[all returned to their studies
Mr. D. D. McDuflie of the Eb
enezer section mado us a pleas
ant call Tuesday. He never buy'sjgi
'corn or bacon for his farm.
Mr. Joe Gay of McCoii, carnet
lown Monday to attend the bur t
ial of Seuator McCall, whom he?
brought to Bennetlsville in 18G5*
jto take a clerk ship. ti
Miss Lena Powers who isg
teaching in Clarendon County |J
spent last week and part of this^
week with her parents Mr. andy
Mrs, S F, Powers j1
Miss Vora Gross of Spartan tj
?burg came over to attend theil1
?rnardune *of- her school.- frienda'
?MfssLoisFord Wednesday morna
'ing to Rev. N. S, Joues of Ral-gs
ii, i i in in? i m i agnail E,
CUPID'S WORK. H
Mm'r.ibd Simd ?y Dt-c?n Iii - dh?
: ';K.-l. \v .'.). ? Stiibbi, ... .
Lirihiitfcvi'..-?. Mr Lr,urehc\> p. p-iul
. ?K? if^i?*- Ai nid . '-.i. ii : .1 nJ 1 . r?-. .
i j-Married oi Weduesday morning,
lauuury 4lb 1905, in this town, Ht
.he RaittiBt parsonage, by Rev Kufun
Ford, Rev. - Jouta and Miss L-is]
.Ford, daughter of the <. Medaling mi ti;
Died nt the home of her son' M
Claude T. Moore, in this tow?l ?n
Parsonago street on Sunday afternoon^
Jan arv 1, 190?, after a protracted^
illness Mrs Martha Moore, relict ol
tba late Tally C. Moore, who moved
to Alabama some three years ago
and'who bad only returned to oui
town.about 10 days ago. Sho wm-J!
sick when she returned, but it wal
thought the chango would be a bene
fit. She leavi s a large family of son
and duughters and a host of relatives
aud friouds- Tho remains were laid
o rest at Oak Ridge Cemetery Oi
Wednesday morning at ll o'clock.
Mrs. Jesse Gaiter, died on Sunda)
athel home near town aftor an illili s':.:
|of 12 months
CHRISTMAS AT HARMONY.
This school entertained their par
ents and frieuds on Friday afternoon
before Chritlmae. 'J ho Academy wbs?
tastefully decorated with evergreen?,
flowers and pictures. Tho room was
darkened and lamps lighted, present
ing a picture ploding lo the eye Tnt
program was neatly arranged and
nice y carried out. ''The uglied of
sjvon" waa hard to beat "My old Keu-fj
tucky Homo" was beautifully render I
ed by a select clmir. Other,pieces were
worthy of special mention but wt
|liavo forgotten titles Thc exerciac.
ulosed by an v.-teresting and instruct ?j
Ive laid ress by Cid. T. C Hamer olgl
Bennettsville. Col. llainor is a pro
found thinker and a good speaker.
Iii-; oration was a combination pf wil
humor and good suund, common SL-UHO
It was not lengthy enough to be lire
some, but sufficient tn impresa up.n
the l ents and minds ol' thos.i little
ones solemn t iiths which will prove
beneficial to them nfur they hav
reached years ot maturity.
Miss Sue Covington has wm foi
herself a warm place in the hearts ol
th?? \ oo.ile shu is serving so fiilh fully
Nest sering wo will i bink of her audH
her nu rry band bright sweet fac-?dsi
?chi dien, while we hold tho guidin?.|]
is inc LOI black Usu I im os he patiently
jj rodge? hi? way bet ween the cotton
i?OW8. we will bs ready to Bing with
(j,ePoil: Park ward turn back waru
ehllu jne ,n ymir Hight Miikc me a
nam al *ain jufjj l"v 10 n'??t But it i?
be u child*0 suppns? .ve would ratherg
j Ch istmnin ??e daytime,
'pleasantly a pa.-sed oft quietly and
!tbe peaceful??-?tliinf5 to disturbg
Dec 29. 190-Krwo Farmer's Boys.
to UM"\JMP^* HAIR FAL1 OL\T1 ?
a bottle MF^ DarDer shoP an" buy
A. Dj ^,/ust received a i>ew lot of
knlLwr Butter and Cranberry
^at W. M. Rowe's
Mwmm i I'I
[TOW. AXD COV&Tr MEWS.
- Tho .first, day of Vue ?ow
'year was a lovely spang like "day
- We return thanks to David
[Williams for favors .
^-Don't forgot the Township
meetings to-morrow morning a
The Democrat returns thanks^
to Hon! R.B. Scarborough for"
- Would you like to purchase
x nice well broke ox, in fine or
der-one that pulls a plow to
perfection? Apply at this officp
- In spite of the severe weath
er there was a good crowd in
:own Tuesday. The Clerk soldi
some land at good prices. |
- You will not dread the sound
Df the fire bell if you havo an in
surance policy on furniture,
?oods, store or residence with J.
- Every voter in Marlbox*o
should attend the Mass meeting],
lext Monday, to elect a successor*
:o Senator McCall. Tell your^
friends about it. |
-For a nice line of shoes go to?
3 B. Habbards .
- We make . a specialty of ?j
lried and green fruits at
y-' W. M. Rowe
Go to McLendon Bros and get'
,he best hair tonic.
- Mr. Charley Quick of the
Bethel section has some fine cab
Dage plants for sale.
- You. will find the best butter
ind cheese in town at ?t*^
Herpicide kills the dandruff
jerms, get it at McLendon's Bar
o er Shoo.
If you want afine Hair Dresser!
?o to McLendon Bros barber
-?- Waddill can saye you moneyg
now ou Furniture. Read his ad
_Cboice Mince Meat just in <
Keep dandruff out of your
lead by using Herpicide. for sale?
it McLendon's Barber Shop.
- Shredded Wheat Biscuits at
W. M. Rowe's.
CST" Fresh sausage, eggs, ham,
ish at C. B. Hubbard's
- Weathorly's Big Depart
nent Store want's your attention^
- Notions of all kinds cheapg
it C. B. Hubbards
- Guns and shells at C. B.
o -'if ^nnfirjn *r* "?"-Vori fr rv
ii-:?. ieciuii hi ol the P?aii
t.:!.-. National Bunk in th i ft ssue.
-- M.-. W. Waddell h?i ?OU
KoVirabk' pfiyp?uay foi sS.le
looking at Waddill's stock. See
his new advertisement he means
We can keep what hair you|
have got with Herpicide.
- Just received a Barrel of[
"new ketch" Mackerel. Theyf
are niue and cheap.
W. M. Rowe.
This ls often a disease of the blood'j
though not always, It attacks usually
the josnts and tissue and causes a de
posit ot uric acid. In ita acute stage it
is one of much pain and suffer ing, some? j
times effecting a large part or even all
thc body. When near the heart it is j
dangerous to life. We are thankful to,
siy there is a propper treatment-Dr.?
King's Sarsaparilla-internally, to era-?'
dicate the poison from the blood. Dr.f
King's Nerve and Hone Liniment-ex
ternally, to give life to the stiffened,
painlul j lnts and tissue. Sold by all
Mr. J. F. Lewis desires to re-!
turu most hearty thanks to the]
friends who rendered him valuedi
aid the day his horse was hurt at[
the blacksmith shop-many of|
whom he does not know.
For pain in back or Chest, King's^
Anti-Pain Plaster touches the spot. "Tis
especially good to protect the lungs with
one ol these on front and back. They
ire 25 cents and their curative and ppo
teciive power is very great. Sold by all
A Beautiful Complexion comos oil
l ly donia Lotion. Softens and whitens!
the skin; cures sunburn, chapped orf
roughened skin. The genuine has Bur
well & Dunn Co.'s name and Label.J
Price, 25 cents. At all D uggist.
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. nice line of Gloves, Hosiery,
Heavy Underwear for mon and
women, and many Novelties
Needfuls in the notion line
A full line of Crockery, good
enough for any home. In Tin
ware we have anything from
i a cup to a milk bucket
Also, a nice line of Pants andi
Storm Coats that we offer at
Wu invite special attention to
our stock of Guns and Ammu-j
nition of Stevens make.
?We have too a few nice covered
baskets, to go as bargains.
Call and seo us
Marion St. P>or?n<>tloyille, 8. O,
it KL WI? IwTtfOTKS.
Junuary has Ovo Suudays.
Rev. O. W. Boyd will conduct aer
Ivices at St. Paul's Episcopal cjt?r?h
IBe. Ru fsa Fi?rd of the Bennetts
ville Baptist Church will exchang
pulpits uest Sunday with Rev Loni1
? J. Bristow of Marion Baptist church
~Mr. Bristow has many relatives am
friends in our town who will b
pleased to have him come over un>
Tho hour for evening services at the]
?churches id now 7 30 o'clook.
Prayer mooting at the Baptist churolj
?avery Thursday evening at 7 30.
Prayer moating at tho Methodist churcl |
?overy Wednesday at 7.30 p. m.
Prayer meeting; at Presbyterian churot]
Thundny evening at 7 30.
The hour for Sunday School at tb>
(Methodist oharoh bas boon changed t< j
f.00 o'clock in tho afternoon.
Tho Epworth League Prayer meotlnt |
m held ovory Wednesday oveniDg in thi
Snntiay Behool room of the Methodlm]
'church at 8 o'clock. The publie invited.
:Another Oarless Aooident.
.j On Thursday afternoon la?t' John
fluentesa, son of James Hueatess, who
liven on the Eli Covington plantation
in Hebron, waa accidontly shot and
killed b Earnest Quick while cari?
let-sly playing with a Breechloadinf
shot gun. The whole load lodged ii
For ?arly Gardens*
,ElBewbero in this issue you have tl?j
announcements of three Truck Farm,
ors all prepared to supply choice vari?
ties of Cabbage plants, etc., at lowj
prices. If tyo 1 want to get ahead ol|
the 8ea8<>n Bend iu your orders at once]
laud secure choice plants.
j Mas onie Election.
The following have been elected]
.ind installed officers of Aurora Lodge]
No. 33 A. F. M. to aerve tho eueuingj
IM atonic year.
J. T. Stanton. W. M.
171 T? rt. . o -i.r
X" X" rx ii in? il I O. \r .
Brooks Hamer, J W. j
Levi Ivey, Treasurer.
T A. Covington. Secretary j
D H. Everette. S. D.
J. O. Slavens. J D.
E M Parker,
J. I): H neatens, Ste-vnrds.
J. C. Animons Tyler.
Thia Lodge meet? on Saturday ot ?
.r afier each full moot! at 3 p M.
Lowney's Candy, beat made
At W. M? ROWE'S.
I -For an Xmas Present to'
ivour wife and children buy a Life!
iPoliey from the "Penn Mutua!,"j
?j What could be more appreciated?;
. i is your duty j
- QH< tst.Aivb ?. Tv SOK .:
t ."'J iio inuu! ,i.nco Mt?fiiiS'j
2expectect. 'i'nts waa demonstra
|ted a few nights ago. Are you]
fable to boar the loss? We ropre
jjsent good companies and. will ap
prec?ate your business.
CROSLAND & TYSON.
"The Insurance Men."
A nice line of canned
igoods at C. B Hubbard's
The Democrat and thc Semi
weekly Atlanta Journal one year
The Democrat and McCall's
Magazine-an excellent Lady's
Book for 81.50
I The Sunny South and the Demo
crat for only $1.50
The Atlanta Constitution and
Democrat one year for $1,75.
Flowers 1 Flowers !
Mrs. Jno S. Moore has a line
lot of Geraniums, Begonias
Ferns, Palms and other plants,
well rooted, that she desires to
sell Cuttings 25o per dozen.
?Specials at Waddill's
Karpen Sterling Large Arni Rocker?
j it $30. Couches nt $40; At other store?
|ihese goods are priced ut 40 and $?0.
Don't forget our special sale in An
Squares. Rugs. Forders und Kelt
G. W. WA DDI ix.
[Horses Do Get JSlck.
When a horses ahdmules': arc poor
git is not always and ludication that they
do nol get enough to eat. Many ani
mais, just like human beings, have in
digestion or the system is all run down
ind a tonic is needed, lt is not the a*
Amount ol lood eaten that makes muscle
Sand fat. More depends upon the prop
ger digestion or assimilation ot the lood
Ethan is commonly supposed. Nothing
gtias yet been discovered that will build
up a horse or mule better than Ash
cratt's Condition Powders, the only
remedy in its class sold under a guar
antee. Ask Mr. Smith Newton, lien
nellyville, tor it-the kiud put up in dos
es. And McColl Drug Co., McColl Jj.
We have been in the truck hu si nett
since 1871 and aro nguiu prepared t(
fill any and nil orders for E:irly and
SLate varieties of Cabbage Plants.
?They are best known to experienced
gTruckera, aro grown in open air neni
jgsalt water and will atand severe Ooh
Trice $1.50 per 10G0 F. O B. here
Wo make special pi ices on larger lot1
jjand solicit correspondence.
All plants packed in light basket!
and shipped C. O. D. when m mey doet
not accompany order?. We gu?rante<
^satisfaction. Address all orders to
. D H. TOWELS & SON,
Meg ette, S C.
! TOWLErJ & ARNETT,
Oreen Pond, S. C.
Cabbage Plants, All Varieties.
Price-s ; moo ? $1.60, 6000 @ $1.25 per 1000, 10000 ?
*i per li.?Q. Shipped C. O, D. if desired. Plants
iwrive :\t your Express Office in good condit on.
Write for Merchants' Prices.
Cabbage, li'iane, Sweet Potatoes. And murnip3 iu Season.
t.>: :i.?rj-"<.?:. aliment of Toraatoe Planta, ? . Island Cotton Seed
?.cot '>'4ato Draws should be bookeu in advance.
JSS. Ray OsratV, Enterprise, ?. O. 88SS?2S?S*BO
nnettsville Pharmacy. Kr
\\(\; ?on itnnily adding to oar Block of D^U6}3 AND JpOHlEiF
YV /?i.'^I?IrE^, and can fcupi-Iy you with every n. ceaaary nrtlolo
rf v /ation o? UeaUb from our NEW nod UP TO DATO DRUG
>5;i'?M<l' We jttve our epcoiul atteution to tho ueedu of oar GaPtomera
und gnarsnt- j catiBfaotioD to all. Every article we sell IS THE BEST
W<? -U.wlng SOME NICE ? ICTIOLES SUITABLE FOR BIRT H
g? DAY I i. .:- NTS, and ask you ta call and BOO our NEW AND ATTRAC
11 VB GOODS.
' VU 0IUFTIOK DEI'.AKTMBKT id complete and ia a ''npeoinl foaiu.o
Ut .?? ttl? ... o of a Bkilled nod experienced druggist,
atc ALWAYS WELCOME HERE
. ?. Ri MATTHEWS, Mgr.
Jgtf A wit fm WILEYS* CANDY.
s \ - "? ~?tt?ffr&? o_sgaa
vai I lo reduce my stock in the following goods :*p
Rvgs. Art Squares, Easels, Screens,
. ouches, Pictures, Toilet Sets, wm\
"? 'Uer from $4 25 to ?10.50, which ? guaran
let 'o be as good if not superior to Auslemore f?f&?
IO per cent above Cost,
O W. WaciclilL
|||1M?? i ? i?i?^l^Ma
i [ Hli METHODS.*
HIS - - !" v
I ti l ANT ia the most modern in this state, and $T
s i using the most up to date methods in the ?.?>
*? . ! vf .<r/.<ilr in.nl- no TUnf'o rv ti o p..nonn wlur rou S ?
)? work sent us. That's one reason why we
i atrons linen. Send us your n^jxt Bundle:
ho OTP ni i nun
J Powers, Agt,
1 iennettsville, S. C.
LlURB?S, Si C.
CR A M v SCHEDULE. gO?nnettsv?le & Cheraw Railroad!
tr K A nOAnn
Ti uina let ?c Cfc
ir Line RAILWAY.
Air Lino By hobed
d on January lOtb
raw, 8. C., na foBow?
R . U ; 1 Lng Bt n
ra , 6onn ?ci will
Tho nl't.- mon;
iel!:V1;'R- t .' j
til!! li ii SO M?
- Commencing Monday Sept. 12, 1904.
No Gb at o;Uo a. oi.gLn(j nut?| furthor notice, trains botweoi.
No 60 at 9:24 p. m.gjoheruw and Bennctts?villo will be operated
>n i he following rchcdule, daily except
Nn 57 nt 8:05 a. ni
No 27 at 10:40 p. ni
ville and Cheraw R
ltttsviile ut 7.05 a
No G6 and No 57.
I ti nin leaving Ben
. ni. gives Bennetts BLv Way
opportunity to tekesBv Madelin
I No 27.
WEST BOUND FROM BENNETTSVILLE
lucid, . . men
A good uv>ui
i -th of ?life
t?lor DliFtCk o
?o? it hoici "
liv Fro I*
7 0."> a m
7 15 am
7 20 a m
7 30 a ni
7 35 a ni
7 40 a m
7 -15 a ni
5 00 p u I
5 15 p n
ft 20 p a>|
5 35 p uI
5 40 p u
ft 45 p n i
ft 55 p n I
fi IO p ti
EAST BOUND FROM CHERAW.
8 10 u m
S 20 a ui
S 30 a in
8 40 a m
S 50 u tu
?J 00 a iu
0 I 5 a 111
O 25 pu
9 35 p n
9 40 p n
9 45 p ii
9 50 p n
9 55 [i id
IO OD p u
10 15 p ii
and you want u good
'?or wo can mirve yoa.&;
for 250. R.isthnrahtgLv Cheraw
'larkot. pf-iV Kollouk
3T15RS in cv.-ry ?y?*S&%
\\ BRAYBOY li': fe1
Bliv A, anettuc
-- Lbv M..y
Lili I | Vr. BininollMvilU'
a lady or C on ts - Connection.
Blue with 28 uv] . n , ,
, ,. c4 AT BKNNKTTSUIM?B-Hie Foii'h b-jund
ber tires. gt . . >
pJuiorning triuns on A. O. L. coniiCctH will
fe. J. Pearson. pirain No I, Train No 2 connecta with A
t.C h local freight iiortli nod south hnut d
your Homo andj ATKQT,I,OCK-Train Nos 1 and aeon
ds against D'lreby?nccfc with noith and auuth bound 8
ocostis small, thegtraiua.
groat. Wo look3
JAND & TYSON
AT CIIKRAW -Train N i 3 eonn?at wltl?
MUIh and Bouih bou-id SAL train?
mid trnin No 4 connecta with ni rth bound
? A. L trainn
wo mllcB from LATTA
;hool District 115 acres
1 well timbered. Good
1 1 0C8Bnry outbuildings,
ie, barn and B'ablca, 1 \
?li I. EDWARDS,
Latta, S C.
Oor . Flowers?
Ii . want eomc prett)
Spot* ot in which to placc
rthct cali jut tl.a Hardware store
J. F Evorott,
Prepared for tito lYork.
Mr. S. J. Pearson, tho Jeweler, hat
now one of tho latest improvement
tor engraving your name or initial*
on any article of gold ur silver 01
plate in the nio&t Up?to dato maiitier
I'he samples of work already done bv
.Min arc just fine. Call nnd see him.
? full liuo of H J. Hoinzs Co.
|Pickle8 Preserves, Ketch ups, Sau <
?os, Jollies ?Vc. at
W. M. Rowe's.
Resources an?iCapital -
Stockholders Liability *"
Protection to Depositors
Our service in every Depirtment is Modem and Sarnia
[by agreement on ail time Deposits, Our customers int*
Ifideniialty looked alter. New .Depositors will receive
We solicit your account.
STEPHEN SHELTON, Casliter.
September I, 1904.
A. J. MATHESON,
i We hope it has
pleasant one for
and we wish yon a
Happy and prospe
irons r?ew Year?
STRAUSS & C0.9
N?'USLT T& W?RSrf, BUT COMP] UKI MT ON TO
IF you '^Tsr&.ixr'i*
|-M Dry Groods, Olotliing, Shoes, iSlotions
And Fancy Groceries.]
WW Fresh Water Ground MEAL and HOMINY a specialty,
j We Keep a full line in each Department and will (Ll your Wants iq
AT THE LOWEST PRiCKS.
iVTlien you como to Town call and see its. Pho-.e arder? ir. tow? deli\
FKbJEi itnd satisfaction gu?rautocd,
Pall arid yee. at?-Near IJonglas'-Di-ng Btor
LL persona are hereby warned not to$|
treapasB iu any manu cr upon lands ba
JRWB v? opt in poseesaiou of tho uodor.
ugo od in.MnrlbiW nnnnty *.t*A?ci \yy walk
inp, Haning, hunting, haulit g, cutting, oig
dlowing atook to ran at largo.
Katie H. McCo?li
Joseph L. McColl,
J. W. Jackson.
[ \Vhile handling a gun that was out of-,j
.rdor is usually tho story. Now. ? ing
.nier to prevent accidental killingj
md to ho eure uud kill when you
. ant to, I have employed on expert
I i\ ?v?viun is liUvvt A MAN,
lunsmnh from Charleston, S. O., wboH ri U?ANrvr HTTP
tas my gun repairing department in?NE
.barge, We are prepared to do any
;ind of fine gun repairing in factory
rder. Give us a trial and you will
>e convinced that we are prepared toj
jive you satisfaction in price, work
nansbip and promptness
8. J. PEARSON,
PAIRING once iu a while, I nm tho
llepairor and will give jour Watte a
?ure euro Trealmcnr, ll? YOU WILL
?ALL ON MU AT MY OFFICE next
?door north of tho Posloflico-tho whim*
S. J. PEARSON,
- We are headquarters fora
1Butter and Cheese. We keep!
nothing but the very best, andj
guarantee both to suit you or,
refund your money.
W. M. Rowe.
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
I ofTer tor sale my tarm situated about
.ne mile north ot Red Springs, N. 0-,
^containing 127? acres-about 75 acres
teared. There is a very good 3 roonV
i welling bouse on the premises. For
urther particulars, please write to me
it Lumberton. N. 0. Persons desiring
o look over this land can do so by ma->
ring application to Mr. J, Purcell, Red
Springs. I also otter for sale two build
i hg lots in the Town ol Red Springs,
^containing hali acre each.
A. W. MCLEAN.
Oct 27, 1001. Lumberton, N. 0
am now bettor ^priparr d than ever to
; - piMjae even thu most fustidcous in
ToVdJKiAl, WoitK. I gnarnnleo Batu?
faction in Shaves, FJalrcu'.? ShrfrnfccB
and MasatigcB. I have n new Electro
Lattery for rnafBngcs, and can ti eat ilo
faces of Gentlemen and Ladite in il 0
most up t<> date manner.
I solicit yonr patronacn
J. A. GRACE.
Marion street Benuetuvillo, P. 0
Town Tax Notice
TUE Town Booka will bo opened for o 1
h etica of tnxea on Real Eitttte and
IVraonul Property on October rat and clo
O.o 31 li)0.| after whlob tho penalty wi I
tro addod and oollcotcd. Tho lovy ia aa fol
Current Ejipcnst* 15 eta on 8100
[i.t on R. R. lioe.d.i 21 ots on $100^
M klug Fond R. R. 5 ota on $i o
lint Elcctrio Light Ronda 14 cte on $100
Si.?king fund E L Bondu 4 ota oa $tco
J. H, RUSSELL
?nd Paper Hangsr.
Hard Wood Finisher. Pest Lead ord
Oil furnished. * KsMmatcs ch coi fully/
given. All wink gmrantced lo Lo
The Kussel Wagons.
Mr. P. A. Holges is opening a ?ar
f these durablo wagons -?.n? i i d
two-horse, evey one ol them guai?m
tecd npuinel any defect in mate uti
By order of tho Oounoil
MILTON MOLAURIN, Clerk,
Sept ai 1004
Head every page,
Yes, read every line,
For by this gauge
It may pay for time.
R, T. BARFIELD,
?UNDERTAKER and EMBALM!?I,
Carri** iu Stork
A full Imo of Coffli h and Madlin Oa&<b?
? all a 7.?a ai d 8t)lcs, fmm <H lp'$.',0'.
I havo tho Q ief-t lino ot Cloth und Metal <;
Crifikota carried bj any hoaso io S 0
Io tho lot ie an ex&ct dup.ieito of tho
Gaekot in which Prct<idriil McKinley
was laid to rfitH
S&" Funerala acryed with Hl?A?tSJS stty
whero hi lo? o nat jr.
Also a full lino if ?d-inbu .i tv.
% Phone 48 <)?HI> ?tiy auil KbjXt
RKN\VETT?VlI.l.i:, S. C..