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S, A. BROWN ," - - - Editor
"Friday, January 13, 1905.
CHulmrrifatton I' rice :
One year. .. "I..$1.00
The annual meeting nf the Farmers
Mutual Insurance Association of
Marlboro County will bo held in the
Court House on .Monday the 16th of
January nt 10 30 o'clock a. m.
C. T. Easterling,
Jan 5, 1005. Sec'y.
Trying To Pill His Place
It will bo some time yet he
l?le all the offlces held by the
lamented C. S. McCall can be
tilled. Governor Heywood has
nj.pointed Mcivor Williamson
of Darlington lo take his placo
on the "Hampton Monument"
The Mass meeting called on
Monday lo select a man to lill
his unexpired (erm in the Sen
ate named the Hon. Joshua H.
The County Democratic Exe
cutive Committee met Monday
afternoon and elected Hon. J.
N. Drake lo lill his place as
County Chairman, Mr. S. J. Mc
The two houses ol Ute Gen
eral Assembly were culled lo or
der promptly at 12 noon TUBS
dov. All the obi oilicers were
reelected. T. C. Humer was
elected Clerk of the House for
tho fourth term. The two hous
Oa-nlier completing organization
and apopting rules adjourned
to wednesday. The session will
last perhaps dd days.
THE FARMERS IN COUNCIL.
A Large Meeting Monday To
Elect Delegates to the State
And To The Southern
In rotponcc ti thc resolution of thc
meeting buhl on tim 27th ult, there
was a hugo gathering ot the farmers
and plaine s (.1 the county in the
Court I Ions.: on Monday.
On motion delegates were nomina
ted and elected lo the State Conven
lion, and also lo the Sou thorn Con
vention which convenes al New Or
leans on tho 24th._
Mej^nJ^M7~'lYguc= and ll K.
.^-?V7v-'u?glon were elected delegates to
thc convention at New Orleans, ?nd
Messrs li M. Pegues, Chas. CroB
liuu.1 utol-l> M?OUUUV-a-iwak^cA"
ned to meet again after those conven
tiona aro held and thc delegates re
lunn il home
A unique entertainment, I hut comes
with high recommendations from Mc
Cull, Dillon, timi Clio, with line tes
ttinonialfl from Kev. ?Stun .Iones. The
News & Courier, Kev I'. L Kertou,
nod I he t? reen ville News, and with
cm phillie praise from prominent peo
pie ami papers all over America, will
ho given by,
A~d Mies ELMA LAREDO.
Ju ilie Auditorium Thin Evening.
"Anning the Cotton Fields and
Prairie Linds'' is a medley of costume
singing, Story-telling, Inriut throwing,
ami laney ri Ho shooting, lilford i tig
two solid hours ol'laughter and enj >r
Tim two entertainers give "Cowboy
nud ^Southern songs, with Fimo Cui
tar?, Ha ojos ote*' .Thrilling stories ol
Indian timi Cowboy life. Throwing
the Lariat, Wonderful Fancy rif.e
shooting. Fun and Pathos from the
Cotton Fielda, Thrille g und l'uthetic
Scenes ol I he war and Frontier."
Gilbert Widden. Cowboy Orator,
Hough Hider, Scholar, Hille Shot,
and Negro Dialect Impersonator has
been before the public as un enter
tainer for "JO yeats Miss Laredo,
w ho tissirtls him was called hy the I li
llians FIO Zliuk- omi ka, or Fancy Ki
no Shot. Seals now mi sale, Userved
. )".. General admission ;;.?, children
'l'y. Douglass Drug Store.
rEN AND SCIiSSORGIiArHS
Mr. -I. Meeking Woodley will
represent Sumter county ut the
cotton growers convent ?on ut Now
Orleans on tim 24In.
Mrs. Ann D. Flinn, of Darling
ton, a relativo ol' Mrs. T. F. Me
lim; ul our town, died un tho -1th
after un illness ol'a lbw week.;.
Tho new couii, house at Dar
lington will bo formcrlly dedica
*.. 1 ith appropriate exorcises to
.ow, ,I litigo Hudson luis been
ashed tu mako ?in address.
This 12,000,000 bale cotton crop
is very discouraging to tim boll
weavil-Baltimore Sun, yes, und
but for tho boll wevil tho crop
might have been 10,000,000 bales
mid cotton down tu 1 cents.
Dr. ("lins ll. ,J u.Ison made For
man university, Greenville, a
Christmas gilt ol' his residence
mid lot, valued at $7,.r>ll0. Lust
year hu gave tho university $21
000. " '
The linn of S. .J. Kdcns & Co.,
ol Hurtsville nmdo an assignment
December L'ttth. Liabilities about
$180'); assois 1200. Mr. .1. S. White
is tho assignee. His friends hero ?
regret t<? learn ol his ill Inch. b
HARLES SPENCER McCALL
die Soldior-Merchant-Banker- '
Farmer - Statesman-Public
Benefactor Closes His Life Work.
Never lin ve we before been called
upon to chronicle so sad and de
plorable an event as tbat which hus
cast over our town and county and
even our state a cloud of sorrow, in
the sudden death on Saturday morn
ing December 31st, 1904, of Hon.
CHAS. S. MCCALL, at lu's home on
Darlington street formerly known
?is the Dr. Julius Jennings r?sidence
at half-past 7 o'clock. Ho had been
sick for a week before, but was con
valescing so rapidly, that he expres
sed Iiis intention early that morning
of going down to his store before
noon. Calling hi? faithful nurse,
lu- gave orders Tor an oyster soup for
his breakfast, saying tbat lie would
take a little nap before rising, and,
alas, it was to the sleep of death.
The news of his death was a shock
to the entire town. There was a
choked feeling of "hush," as one
after another passed the word. A
gloom of sadness settled over the
town. Stores and business houses
I dosed their doors ami "thc mourn
ers went about the streets." lt will
take days, even months for us to
realize that lie is dead, and that we
shall never more see him in his ac
customed place of business or hear
his voice again in words of cheer
Although near 62 years of age,
lu: was in good health up to a few
days before his death, when he re
turned from tho long trip to thc
cotton growers convention down in
Shreveport, La., during that severe
spill of weather thc week before
Christmas. But God, in Hi? wis
dom, luis seen lit to cull him from
eartli lo heaven, and wc bow in
li unible submission to His will. Au
aged mother, two brothers and four
sisters survive him.
l?e w?S a men1
ll >r nf tho fnmons
Hampton Legion, and served to the
rinse of tlie war, making a record
that was an honor to himself and
family. This in a measure accounts
for his great interest in thc Hamp
ton monument, and at the time o?
his death was chairman of the state
He was prominently identified
with every movement looking tu
the upbuilding of his county and
state. At tin- time of his death he
was state senator, county chairman,
commander ol'Camp Hencgan, sec
retary and treasurer ofthat portion
.A' the old C. F. A- Y. V. Ry. known
as the S. C. Pacific Ry., ami also ?
member of the executive committee
of the state agricultural society. Foi
many years he served thc town as
i been our next Governor.
As a man and a citizen it can hi
truly said of him that Iiis modera
tion, his sincerity and reserve, tin
pure conscientiousness of his nature
his desire to help the public ami not
himself would arouse the ethical
enthusiasm of thc hardest cynic. His
modesty was a camile to his merit,
Truth was his in all its candor. His
heart heat with a virgin earnestness,
Ile was as honest asa sunbeam, and
it grieved him sorely when things
went wrong around him. C?o where
you will in this county ?ind you will
lind monuments ol praise to his lib
erality ami enterprise. He was the
li est hanker Marlboro ever had, and
the first to write Insurance.
As a fanner he was a grand suc
cess, as all his farms attest. Perfect
drainage and diversified crops were
his plana for success. Most of his
farms are self-sustained. He planted
full crops of corn, and planned for
'250 lbs. of pork to each plow hand.
Besides these he raised bountiful
crops of peas, potatoes, syrup, tur
nips and cabbage, for farm use and
the town trade. All of his farms
ucrc supplied with pumps, and two
of them with artesian wells. Not
many knew that he hail also started
a large cattle farm or ranche on
om- of the finest ranges in the county
supplied with good water ami line
pasturage. On this ranche he had
also started a game preserve, where
wild turkeys, deer, quail, pheasants
and other game, could multiply in
abundance. Ile too was a friend to
the poor ami helpless-even the birds
lound a friend in this noble hearted
niau, for when the weather was very
severe and the ground covered with
snow shutting oil' their supplies of
food, lu; would send men out with
rakes and bags of grain to provide
them with sustenance. Shelter and
bod was richly provided on all his
arms for every living thing.
His lile was a beautiful ono, always
villing and ready to contribute Inspart
. i making mankind better. His linnie
?fe was a model in hi? devotion to liiy
iged motlier, brothers and nephews.
The quiet, unostentatious lifo of the
ootl mini may not be chronicled ami
nzetted while he discharges hid daily
utica, but it is sure to be felt and
ppreeiated by those among whom it
spent. Thu lives of such men teach
y example, day in and day ont, and
raw men to them because in them
enseca sincerity and an honesty
int never fails anil that no tenipta
)ii call shake. Tho wicked re.-pect
id the righteous love such n man.
very home and every heart is open
him. Ilia kind words and his good ?
eds lull upon willing ears and touch
mon ai ve hearts because of the meek
(I gentle spirit with which they nre
(?ken and performed. His inlluenee
- good cannot be computed. His
ample of right living ia taken upi
one and transmitted to another. It j
.roes on moulding and fashioning tim
liveB of others The lives of such men
?re a benediction to any community.
Bennettsville had and lost mich a
blessing in the noble lifo and lamen
ted death of its beloved citizen Col.
CHAS. S. MCCALL..
The above was written last week
but was crowded out for want of
of respect, aud sympathy ou thc
death of C. S. McCall passed hy
Marlboro Lod(/e A'o. SS, A.1<\IH,
Bennettsville, S. C.
WHRRB?S Marlboro Lodgo No 88
A. V M bas been bereft by the hand
of an All. wiso Providence in the death
of our friend and member, C. S. Mc
Call, now therefore be it Resolved,
1. That this lodge has lost one of
its bc?t member* und most earnest
promoters, ami that iu bia life in bis
Lodge he showed the samo energy
j which characterized bim as a good cit
izen and made bim foremost in tin
advancement of the Lodge and com
2, That while wo deplore tho loss nf
so good a member, we thunk God that
in his goodness UH extended bis life
through so many years ?d' usefulness
and that he left BU?h au indelible im
press on many miuds.
3 That while we bow our bonds in
humble submission to thc will of a
Supremo Heavenly Father, we extend
to the mother, brothers and sisters
our siucerest sympathy in their great
bereavement of a loving 6on and broth
er! and that in this hour of sorrow we
commend them to the love of our God,
who "though he causo grief, yet will
be have compassion according to the
mu titude ol bis mercies.''
-1. That a coppy of these resolutions
be handed to the mother, broil c s and
Bisters, that they bespread upon ihe
rec inls of the Lodge an?! that they he
publisded in the county pap-r.s.
J. H. Hudson.
J. M. Jackson.
CHIPS FROM EBENEZER
The teachers and pupils ol our
school resumed work January ll.
The new desks, umps and black
boards recent ly placed in our school
room, will add much to thc inter
est of the work.
Wc aro sorry to IOHO Mr. J. S,
1 Herndon from our community who
lins moved to Robeson county.
The many (ric nd s of Rev. W.B
1 Baker arc glad to have him with
them again this year.
Mr. W. M. Gibbes has mover
1 near Boykin.
1 Mr. Elisha Weatherly has gone
v near Tatum. We regret to lost
1 these good men.
? Mr. Christoper Odom has deci
2 1 ^?nl'Vrr?Bo^ " O. ii.
* Too Good To Forget.
. Mr. Editor-About the yeal
1840. there lived a man near in j
home that was so un fortunate as
[ to get a fall and break some ol
. his ribs. When he found ''he
could not make it," he set ut
' and sung these words : "O bless
the Lord, I can rise und tell the
wonders of Emanuel." Then the'
old mun would grunt umph !
Then lie would sing again.
Well, now, if I had not lal hm
loday perhaps I never won lt!
have remembered the man wlto
got his ribs broken. I was out
cutting today on a tree that had
fallen across my fence about
live feet from the ground. 1
thought that I would step off of
tho tree on the top rail of the
fence, not knowing that it was
broken by the [all of the tree,
an : down I went to the ground
in the fence corner with axe in
hand audit very sharp. 1 did
not. getcut with it, but, by the
fall I got hurt as 1 thought on
the spur of the moment, bul 1
grunted awhile and rubbed 11tt
bruised parts and then lound
out that I was not so seriously
hurt. I then sorter raised np
and looked around to see if any
one was looking at me and laugh
ing. I hiy down again and rub
bed some mort! and then I hap
pened to Ihink ol* lin* mun w ho
fell and broke his ribs and the
words he sung, and i urst forth
in laughter, then picked up my
axe anet went to cutting again,
glad enough that 1 was not hurt
any more. So some time I will
come to town and call and sing
the oki man's tune for yon, pa3'
my subscription and go boni?'.
J o KL COVINGTON.
Hebron, January C. 1907?,
Reducing Tho Acreage.
ty) determined aro snmo of our
farmers to do sometning to help
the cotton market, that sotno ol
them say they are willing to cut
iown their crop (or 1905 to ono
ialf, while others think tho tulop
;ion ol tho AI 'trieb .system of
ilanting two rows of cotton und
.wo rows of corn will he the re mo
ly for dull times hy reducing tho
icreage, and making the farm self
A case came to light thal Cor persis
?nt and unmerciful torturo has porlmps
ever been equaled. Joe Qnlohick nf Cul"
?a, Calif, write*. "Kor l.r> years I on*
ired insufferable pam Irorn llliuumii
sin and not bing relieve'! me I hough I
?od everything known. 1 came across
leetrie Billers und it's lite ?roatcst modi
ne on earth for that trouble. A few bot
is of it completely cured mo." Just as'
od for L?A?i und Kidney troubles and .
moral debility. Only 50o Satisfaction
larantood by J. T. Douglas Drug Store, .'
PROM RED BLUFF.
Mr. Luther R- Parker o? Mor
riston, Fla., is at home ?> tip
short visit to his parents Mr.
und Mrs. Joseph Parker. ,
Mr. Leroy David lett lor his <
home at St?ters last week after <
a short visit lo his old home. He :,
caine 14) to attend Ute loanpiage
ol' Iiis brother Mr. Ohas David ,
to Miss Minnie Lee. ^
Mr. and Mrs. Chas Daviflwill
leave thia week for their E'Jh^ .
at Saltera, Williamsburg cof?iily.
Rev. E. P. Easterlingi will
move soon to Clio.
Judson and Clio Baptist
churclies have formed alield
and their pastor Rev. E. P. Eas
terling will preach once every
Sunday at each church-Judson
in tile morning iit ll and at.Clio
at Ii in the afternoon. Thc hour
for Sunday School has bi en
I changed to 2 p. mi-always in
Mr, E. D. Easterling, princi
pal of Red Bluff Academy is
spending t his week in Columbia
Ile is giving satisfaction as a
teacher. One of the pleasing
and instructive features of hi**
school is a send monthly debate
between the pupils of hi? his
So far, very little work has
been done on the farms in this
section. Some cotton is yet un
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Mallonee
spent Christmas with Mrs. Alex
U No Hu.
January 9, 1905.
NiRlit Was Uor Torror.
"1 wonM cough hoarlv all night loot!,"
writes Mrs. Chas Apple-gate ul'Al? x-m
dri i, Ind . "?nd could huiilly got any
sleep I hid eoii?UuipduQ so bul tito il'
L walked :i block I would cough high fully
?ind spit blood, but when nil other undi
uiiie? tailed, tlireo $1.00 boules ol'-Pr
Kiap's New Discovery wholly eure^jjio
?iiul I gained os pounds" li's iih-iolatidy
gu-aruiuood io nure Coughs, ('olds, l.i
Urippe, l?rooehiiis and ail Throat and
Lim g troubles. ?'iiot; ?ithj abd -f! 00. trial
bottles freu at .1. T. Douglas' Ding Siui?.
WOOD TO BURN.
I can fill orilers for 2 or 4 loot
. Wood -nice and dry. Call up
i Prenden ts Novelty Works and slate
. amount wanted.
W. P. Breeden Jr.
January I -, lllO?.
Working Night mid o.iy
Thc busiest ninl luiulitie-t 'jule thing
linn ever w is made, is Dr. Kines New
liit'u Pills. Tliesii pill- chango wohkiios
iiil 1 strength, li<ilt?tie->s int i on< rg,? brun
I fag imo m. nial pow?sr. They're wm 1er
lui iu building no iii-- health. O.ily 25?
tier bax Sold hy I - Douglas.
The proposition to abolish grand
iuiics was carried in Minnossota
hy QUO llUJlriroJ th/?m???A -f,-f.irrr.
jury is not necessary as a court
ad ju net and besides is expensive.
No Pity Shown
"For years foe was alter UK contin
uously" writes E. A. GulloJge, Veroni i,
Ala. "I hail a ter; i Me cusu nf Piles cu hs*
im; lil nun.ns. When nil lulled Utiokleii's
Arni.'a Salvn cured itu- Equally gOnd t< r
burns and .i!? aches and piins. Ody -"?rf
at .1. T. Douglas' Drug Sioro.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS,
ESTATE 0 S. MCCALL.
\ LL parsons inilcbteil to the K.-tate ol
il (' S. M.-'VM.;.. ilcecasod, will please
make iiunieili ito puyiiient lo die under*
signed, and all persuns holding claims
iiirainsi said c?late will please pres-ml
iii.-in propm-ly itemized and verified tu the
UUilei i i g 11 eil.
D. I). MctJoll,
T. K Mccall,
A. C. Sinclair,
(!. S. McCall,
Ex'r.s Hst. C. S. McCall.
.January 0. I?J05.
The Stale oiSomli Carolina.
To the Commissioners of Election
foi' tlie County of Marlboro :
TXT"MEURAS, Tin: Hon C. S. .McCall
vv wno, at the General Election
I held in November, 1902, was chosen a
member ol the Sen ?ur lor thc Election
|I>istiict of Marlboro County, to serve
j lor lour years, lias since said election
li parted this hie. And whereas thc Con
stitution ni the State of South Carolina
directs I ha I in such case a Writ ol Mice
i o?, shall be issued !>> the president ol
tile Senate tor tin- purpose ot Riling thc
vacancy tims occasioned lor the remain,
der nt tin; terni 1er which thc Membct so
deceased was elected io serve.
Now, THEREFORE. YOU and each ot
you are hereby required, after due ail*
ver'iscmen!. and with strict regard to all
the provisions ol th.: Constitution and
Laws ol Hie said St.,tc touching your
duty in sucli case, lo hold an election lor
a \\ anbei i>l the Senate, lor thc Election
District aforcsai I, t.? serve tor thc re
mainder nt lin- term for which the said
Honorable (.' S. McCall was elected ;
tlic polls io bc opened at thc various
places Ol election in thc said District on
nj ES DAS' the Twenty fourth day ol
January, loo;, by thc various set's ol
Managers lor those places respectively;
and the counting of the votes cast and
tlie d?claration ol thc result of ibo elec
tion to h.- in accord ince with the pro
visions of law providing tor the General
I.li coons anti Mu: manner of conducting
Tins WRIT, Together willi your re
urn ol thc Ejection to lu: held iintUr it,
lave before the Senate at its next meti
ng aller thc Election.
Witness the Honorable john T. Sloan.
I. t|llire: President ol thc Senate, at
Columbia this third day ol January,
in the year ol our bord one thous md
nine hundred and live.
IOIIN f. SLOAN.
President of the Senate.
KOIIERT ll. 1 I EM I'll I LL,
Clerk ol the Senate.
AH persons are hereby warned not t >
esp,iv, in any manner upon the laids
I tin: undersigned in any manner, by
inning, fishing, h ulling or pasturing
ock or otherwise. \. W.McIntyre
J, H. McIntyre
January 5, 1005.
BY AN HONEST MAN.
At the request of Mr. A. Huff, agent
or the Virginia ?Sc Carolina Chernical
'o.. to make a 'est against PERUVIAN
iUANO with his Fertilizer, he made me
i present ol two sacks of 8 4-4 ot the
V. Si 0. Co . goods to make the tesl
* ?th. The trial was made on land se
lee'.?.*'! by Mr. Huh himself and Mr. lr^
idne, my Superintendent. Ten rows
were planted, with equal amounis of
.ach lertili/er. nt the rate ol 400 lbs per
icre. with the lollowing results :
Peruvian dunno made 191 lbs,
Mr I luff's 8 4-4 made 153 lbs.
A dillercnco ol 38 His on ten rows.
I hereby cerlily the above statement is
correct. (Signed) W. H. Dial.
I hereby certify the above facts and hg
ures are correct
T. J. Irvine, Superintendent
Witness. W. G Watts.
At ibis rate the difference on one acre
would have been 342 lbs ol seed cotton,
or 114 pound ol lint cotton.
Now figure 114 lbs at 8 cents and you
have $0 I'J per acre in
KA voK Ol- PERUVIAN GUANO
The Peruvian (Jnano used in above
test only analyzed 2 S7 per cent A monia
2.67 per cent ol potash and to per cent
pnosphoric Acid, which was the lowest
grade sold last year.
I am now offering a limited quantity
ol Guano containing over
S Per Cent ol Ammonia
as well S per cent ol Phos Acid and
over 2 per cent ol Potash, which I be
lieve lo be thc finest cotton and corn
fertilizer that can be had 'oday.
As there is only a limited quantity of
this Cargo remainin-i unsold il will be
necessary tor me to take your orders at
once, and 1 trust thal all my friends will
decide to try at least A KEW TONS Ot"
PERUVIAN GUANO THIS YEAH
B. E. Moore,
I Agent Marlboro & Scotland Counties
I Dec. 2:, 1904 ?
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
ALL persons having claims against
the estate ot I?. F. Whittaker, de
censed will please presen', them to the
undersigned, duly attested within the
time required by law, and all persons
indebted to the Estate will please settle
the same promptly with
,J T. Whittaker
Dec 16 1904. Qualified Executor.
Ur ARNING NOTICE !\
A ??L persons arc horoby warned ugo i nsf
irfespassine mi ?uv ni' my lands in
Red Ui'4 township hy li tint int; willi dog
und ..'tindav or ninia, or in any way tres
passing upon sun .. Tho law ?viii tie en
lorccd against all who violate this notice
Mrs Am.ic Covington.
Ked flin Dec. :;. Rilli.
OKKICU Ol' AlIIHTOll MAW.nouo Co.,
Kenn? ttsviho, D?.:, jr( 1004.
TjTOTlCK '- hereby civen <V,lt ln?s
office will be open from 2nd du, ot
January lo 20ih day nf .-February 190.'
C.,- il,., mirmiui nf rciwv?QU the rt'turO*
All persons having property in their poss
-c-sion, as owner, or holder, or husband
parent, un a rd i in: tru-tee. adminirtrator.
account ?ne; oifiecr. Been!, attorney or fac
tor, on the 1-t dav of January pJO.?, are
required tu list the same for taxation
within the time required by law, on IN
Cull THEPENAI.TY nf SO per cent, which
attache- in eu*? of failure to do so. Pleuse
take untie.: ti Iso that any improvements
on real estate should bo reim ned at thc
Tho Poll Tax ot'One Dollar is levied
on all persons between the AKH of 21 and
sixty yea rs s except persons who aro maim
and Unable tu earn a support.
The Auditor or an assistant will attend
ul ibo following pintos in th.? county un
tbj days named for the convenience of
1 he public.
linn 11:11, Mandeville, January 16
li. .1 mil, Blenheim, " -7
Brownsville, Brisow's Store, " iS
Hebron, Hauler's Stoic, " iq
Olio, .< ao
Bod Bin ff, Factory store, " 2;
McColl, " 24
Tatum, '. 05
Ariumsvillo, XewtonviJIo, " 26
BrightPvillo, Goodwin's Mill, " 27
Smithville-, Grant's Mill, .? 30
My office in lien not ts ville will he open
during the time prescribed by law, from
January 2nd to February 20th lim."-,
where patties in BcnocUsville and llio.se
lailiriL' to make returns at the above
tinned places can bo accommodated.
C. 1 SilKltRILL,
Auditor Marlboro County
Requiring nil persons living within
the corporate limits nf the Town of
llennetlsviilo lo be vaccinated :
Be it ordained hy tho Mayor and Alder
men nf tho Town of Bennottavlllo in
Council assembled :
That nil persons living within tho cor
porate Limit? of the Town of Bennnttnville
shall immediately aili upan tho city Phy
sician and he. vaccinated except those who
obtain a cortifi 'ile from a reputable Phys
ician that it is not necessary.
Any porson refusing to c imply with
Ibis ordinance sh ill IK; lined nor, less tlin.11
Five no; moro than one hundred dollars,
)r ho confined in .lad not moro than thirty
Dono and ratified in Council thc 7th day
if December A. I) , 1904.
I'. A. HODGES, Mayor.
UIDEMTY AND (M)t'RT.
CONTRACT and FIDELITY RONDS.
There arc no hotter companies than
l?ese, rcpre.-cntod hy
.INO. S. MOORE.
Nov 15. I SO I.
Notion is li er oby (,'ivnn that tho J. L
IcLnnriu Karin in Ked Bluff township han
lien posted, and thal, trespass will not he
ormittod for hunting, wood out.ling, hnnl
ig straw, riding or walking or othcrwiHo
1 this place nod nil persons violating this
itiee will ho prosecuted according to law
speoially object to f-.took grazing.
Nov io, 04. B. F, Stanton, Lease.
I have for P?ilo Succession Wakefield and Early Spring
Cabbage Plan ts,'grown in open;airon snrj coast from
seeds bought from the best and most reliable
Seedsmen in the United States at the
following prices F. O. 15.
Lots 1000 to 5000 $1.50 per M.
" SOOOto 1 ?OOO SI .25.
liOtH oflOOOO special peleeson Application.
Special Inducements to Danlers. .jggS
Any information UH to tho cultivation ot" Cubbnga will bo cheerfully
given on application,
S. J. Rumph. Adams Run, S. C.
POR HARDWARE Ol? WM
Do you wa^t the best Hay Fress
that has ever been on our
We have a car Load of them and
are selling them at $60 each.
If You expect to buy a BUGGY, a WAGON
or a SET OF HARNESS, be sure to see me
I Have just Received Two Oar
Loads of BUGGIES, One Oar
WAGONS, And 100 BETS Of
mt _ " UV
It will be to your interest to see me before
buying any ol these.
Sent 8, 1U04.
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?>* T I' A., SEAHOAUD Am LINK RV., Columhia, S. 0.
ll CHARLES F. STEWART, A. G. !'. A . S.A L, Ry. Savannah, Ga. If
Practical Pharmacist and Dealer in
Wm Jfcrngs nnd patent Medicines,
Pto/? ?f/?rf Fc7/?c?/ Stationery and School Supplies
Paints, Oils, Vare?is!, Brashes,
GLASS and PUTTY.
FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO._?>
wtf* J?resorptions oarofuUy cutiipuaiulcd at uti hours
cuni guarani ceil Lo oe o/i/ie l'ur?s? JJ r Uga and at
A fuit line Partien Seed & Onion Sets.
Thankful for pant liberal patronage wc solicit a continuanceofsame
I T iiiiiiiJi.As s? nun
ill ii ?itn..os,'.ui Cv ini\ft
Jaanu yC I, 1904.
AT THE OLD STAND
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does this by first thoroughly cleansing the system of
all impurities, allowing perfect assimilation of food,
thereby creating solid muscle and fat.
Horses and mules improve in appetite and spirits
after thc first few doses, the bair sheds, and the new
coat is always sleek and glossy.
Ashcraft's Condition Powders are packed in doses,
without "filler," and good for horses and mules only.
It is a most powerful tonic and appetizer, being the
ormulic of a practical veterinarian of over a quarter of a century's
xperiencc. It is easily the foremost remedy in its class on the
American market to-day. Price 25 cents package.
sale by SMITH NEWTON, Bennettsville, S. C
MCCOLL DRUG co., Mccoll, s. c.
OlfPICK Up htatra in Oro*! m.' )?<:.:dil
v Tl E N W K TT S V1 Li 1 J ', S.'. C.
il- H. NKWTON. .IBN'NJN(iS K. OWKNrh
NEWTON & OWENS,
Attorneys at Law,
l>T?N^!'XrSVlLLI5, So. CA.
Offices Over Heaters National Bank.
MT? W. BOCCIQKK,
X . Attorney at Law, '
ilenncttsvillo, S. C.
Omeo on Darl/ngton street near Posta >
Tolejrrapb office Jannary, 1?99.
IVI Attorney at How and
Onion in Court Bonite.
i E. c. morntisois?j
31octrician . - Machinist,
BENF.TT.IVI J-IC, H. C.
P. O. BOX 98. PHONE lil.
Contractor for Eleelrjcul work ami dealer
in Electrical supplies Hot Air Pump
ing Encinos and Gas K'ngnies ?ustnlktd.
Pipe*-fiitiibg and general tuuclinio work.
August 20. 1903.
Specials at Moore's,
Canned Tripe 20c'eaeh or 2 for
Heinzs Pickle-frosh and good.
Fresh j-Hy-assorted-only 10.
Armour's Sausage in tomato
sauce only 10 cents.
Heinze's White Wine Vinegar
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l??nnettsvillo, S? C.
Rock Hill Buggies.
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