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S. A. ?BOWN &, CO.
Jjff?ce on Marion Street Opposite
Friday January 20, 1905..
Our Town Oorvernment.
M A VOR-P. A. Hodges
ALDERMEN-W P Breeden. Jr, 0. 8
Chaffin. A (> Sinclair, W. W. Pate.
CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc?
Lau ri n Office open daily
PoLrcB-J. F David. II. C. Miller.
Marlboro County Officers.
SHERIFF-J. B Oroon
CLERK OF CLEKK-J. A. Drake
JUDGE OF PROBATE-M. MoLaurin
CouoNER-C F. Covington
SUPEUVISOR-M. E Coward
SUPT. KDUCA-HON-VV. L. Stanton -
TREASURER-J. H. Thoman
AUDITOR-Chas. I. Sherrill.
SENATOR-Jo.Ima ll. Hui on.
HRPRK-SKN rATIVR8-O L) Mc?'oil, Jr
W. W. Bi m c, J P. GilM D.
MAGISIWI ES-C. D. Eat,tcrling, T. L
Cr >ii l, Bunne trtvillei
ll. L. Mcl.iiu:in, McColl
John A. Calhoun. Clio,
W. J Atkinson, Blenheim,
D, D. Stubbs, Brightsville,
W. VV. Irby, Smithville.
County Church Directory.
Bennettsville Circuit Appointments
REV. A. T. DUNLAP, P. C.
Lur.st Suuday-Il a. m., Pine Grove
3 p. m., Smyrna.
Second Sunday, ll a.m. McColl.
3 p. tn, Beauty Spot.
Third Sunday-ll a. m., Pine Grove,
3 p. m, Smyrna*
Fourth Sunday, ll a. m. McColl,
3 p. m. Beauty Spot. ;
Hlcnheim Circuit Appointments.
REV. W. B. BAKER. P. C.
^irst ?Sunday, Hebron ll a.m.
Ebouczer 3.30 p. m.
Second Sunday, i:arnassu= lia. ra.
Zion 3.30 p. m.
Third Sunday, Hebron ll a. m.
Ebenezer 3.3U p. m.
Fourth Suuday Parnassus ll a. m.
Zion 3 30 p. m.
Clio Circuit Appointments
ItICV. F. II. SllULEK, P. C.
Clio-Preaching c\cry Sunday morning
_-.v-'i ll o'clock. Epworth league Sun
dayltigliXiil 8 o'clock Sunday school
at 10 a. m; vV. \ Hiushuw, Supt.
Prayer meeting M?ri?u,,L/v,'-il.??jS>
Beulah -Prcach:ug every Sunday aft al
4 o'clock. Sunday school ut 3 R
North Marlboro Circuit.
REV. J. x. WRIGHT, P. c.
Kirst Sunday, Oak Grove, IO n. m.
fjoi.-a / K-Tfv, S?fcil?b fi a. ..J.
T??i i . Suriti .'. MUM I itt.
uaK wruvc, ./ 30 p. na.
F urth Sunday, Ebenerer 11 a m.
Shiloh, 4 p. m.
Bennettsville Church Dir ec tory\
MKTiioD'ST- T. li. Moitun. P. C
Sunday school 3 30 p. m. Preaching ai
11.00 a m. und 7 30 p. in Prayer meet
ing Wednesday cveuing ut 8.00 o'clock.
Superintendent Suuday school, Phil. A
BAPTIST-Rev. Rufus Ford, Pastor.
Sunday school at 10.00. Preaching Sun
day at 11 .(?0 a. iq., und 7 30 p. m. Prayor
meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Superintendent of Sunday school, H. W
PRESBYTERIAN- Bunyan Mcleod Pb
I) , Pastor. Services every Sabbath
(.summer) ll a. tu. and 8 p. m.; (wiutcr)
11 :.. m. an 1 7.30 p. tn Prayer meeting
Thursday 5 p. m. Seats free. Strungci>
cordially invited. Sunday school everj
Sunday 10 a. tn. Superintendent, J. T.
Dudley. All parents and children made
welcome at the dcbool.
EPISCOPAL-Rev. C. W. Boyd, Rector,
Preaching ovory ROCOIHI and fourth Sunday
at II am, and 7 30 p. m. Suuday
nuhool at 9 30 a. m, Dr. J. A. Faison,
Directory of Bennettsville Lodges
CONSOLIDATED LOOOK NO. IS, K. ol
P., meets every second and fourth Mon
day nights at 7.30 o'clock.
J. W. Lcd rand, C C.
C. I). Engerling, K. of H. & S.
MARLBORO LUDO IS No. 88, mcetH at
Bennettsville. Friday evening, on or be
fore each full moon at S o'clock.
J. V. Kinney, W. M.
II. E. Stockton, Secretary.
County Masonic Directory.
MARLBORO CHAPTER No. 30 lt. A.
M., meet-, at Bennettsville on thc second
Friday ol' each monti).
J. F. Kinney, II. P.
II, E. Stockton, rotary.
EUREKA LOI/OE NO. 43, A. F. M..
?l M^^J&MrcITc??" S a t urtT?y '"arr?f5
oon, bejor?- thc lull moon,al 4 o'clock.
AURORA LODOE No. 33, A. F. M.,
meots at Clio, Saturday on or after each
full moon at 3 o'clock, p. m.
J. T. Stanton, W. M.
T. A. Covingt m, Secretary.
(IffHE Business recently known as thc
JC CLIO NOVELTY MANUFCTU
RLN0 VA) , will hereafter he. known as
Tino CLIO NOVEL-TV MANUFAC
TURING WORKS, with F. H. IVEY
sole own r and director,
Thu latest improved wood working
machine* are being placed for doing all
kinds of'.Vovelty work for builders use at
Mr. P, A. Hodges io agent at Bennetts
ville and will take your orders.
Jct 23. 1903.
Miss fattie Easterling ot Mci
Coll spent Sunday at home
Mr John Bowyer, of R.d Hill,
has our thanks for favors.
Mrs. Sam Heise and children
left for Georgetown Wednesday
Capt Frank Manning, of Heb
ron was up Monday and gave us
x hearty smile
Mr. H. G. Cottingham of upper
Bennettsville has our thanks for
Miss Nora Bounds of Florence
has been visiting her sister Mrs
E. C. Morrison
Mr. F. H. Ivey of the Clio Nov
elty Works was up Wednesday
lookiug after orders
Mr. T. M. Newton of Adanis
ville was down Wednesday and
called. No special news
Mr. G. W. Huestoss, a hustling
young farmer of Red Hill was up
this week and called with good
Mr. Dick Easterling of Wil
mington spent Sunday at home
with his mother Mrs Sue Eas ter
Mrs Alexander Sparks of
Blenheim, who has beea on a
visit to Rock Hill and Sumter,
lias returned horne
1 Mr. and Mrs. Robt G JCoxe of
j Red Hill came up Saturday and
.spent the day with Mr. and Mrs.
W; P. Covington. Bob is as hap
py now as a man can be
- No one will blame a farmer
for refusing to sell his seed at lt>
cts and using them himself, for
none ever heard of cotton seed in
juring the land.
Mr. J. T. Whittaker of Parnas
sus section was up Tuesday. Ho
has plenty of everything and euri
hold his cotton and use his seed
at home on his own land.
We are glad to see Mr. and Mrs
Fred Douglas out again after be
ing shut up at home with a case
of the so-called small pox that is
traveling over the country.
Mr. G. H. M. Quick, a lucky
farmer and trucker of
section, was down th!
called. Charley has
plants that will bo re?
when you want them,
At Homo Again.
Col and Mr- Knox Li
turned to tin ir home Hati
,??i??\ fcftw^fli?nui delight I
"Land of Flowers," durii
apent ? day and night in
??f Jacksonville and the i
gustinc. They Speak in g
of (heir reception und e
during their visit, and ai
isiic as to the beauties ni
of Madison and its peor
\tU nih here lire raihtr |
?rvVp??; ?si ?. made ii;?on th
Mr. .I M i H Wi '.. ii
' HI, and Vi r r.ml M ir? li
iVonh ni Groeiivilir, ??ci
ed with what they receh
in Madison. While all w
ore-seed with the prosperit
in Florid?, especially at I
th y ngiee that the old
-stato retains their liming
We clip the following
Augustine Evening Rt co
".Mr and Mrs Knox 1 iv'
noitsvillp. 8. 0.. i-ceompun
mer's hrotlicr Mr. A. Livii
ison. Fla , ure n pleasant
spending a while at the Ho
- Can you wonder
are bael with the arno
ing now being done b
ers preparing to begin work ?
Moved To Oheraw.
Mr. Benj. Covington, a former
citizen of the Brightsville section
of Marlboro county, has moved to
Cheraw, He has bought the E'ix
aon house on north High street.
Tho Mule a Necessity.
The following from a Missou
ri paper is a pointer forour farm
ers, anti should cause many of
them to stop and think why
they do not raise their own
mules. The prediction of govern
ment authorities that picked
mules will very soon be worth
from $200 to $230 is enough to
give one the. blues. With land
renting at 8 per acre mules at
??00 dollars, ba eon at 10 cents
and fertilizers going, where is
his chances with cotton at 6
cents? If he owns his lanel and
rai.-es everything, including
milles, at home he can hold up
his head. By all means our
farmers should do something to
keeji tip their supply of mules
raised ot home.
Lottern addressed to the following immcd
perKonn romain uncalled for at the poul
office in llonucttHvillo :
- Aaron Turin r, Nfr ^'jbffcfi'Commo
dor.-E>"?: -1'. N Ij' ckwood, Minion
Wilson, S I) Gnndv.
Women ti I.i it
Mrs J C Oleull, Mi-s E we Stun
ton, Mr? F ? unie Woods, Martha
Pearson, .lanie Davis.
The attention of the reading
public is coiled to the adver
tisement of Ibis new Drug Store
now opened in the brick buil
ding on Marion street. Every
thing new and fresh in the lines
usually carrie '. Call and see.
A TWO HORSE FARM of good
Corn and Cotton Laud.
Apply to J. B. HUBBARD,
Nov. "'J, 1904 Bennottsvillc, S. C.
TOWN AND COUNTY NS WS.
- Full moon tomorrow
- Days are lengthening
- Get your gardens ready
- Douglas has tho seed
-The Democrat returns many
thanks to Jessie Kirk for favors
- Prof. Lippard says he is
much pleased with tho opening
of his Business College. New
students are coming but there is
room for more
- Never mind the cold waves
as long as W P. Breeden can fill
your orders for wood
- Would you like to pnrchase
a nice well broke ox, in fine or
der-one that pulls a plow to
perfection? Apply at this office
- You will not dread the sound
of the fire bell if you have au in
surance policy on furniture,
goods, store or residence with J.
-For a nice linc of shoes go to
C B. Hubbards
- 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 in town at
( ' W. M. Rowe's
Herbicide kills the dandruff
germs.\ get lt at McLendon's Bar^
If yon? Avant afine
go to McLendon
-*- Waddill can saye you money
now on Furniture. Read his ad
- Choice Mince Meat just in at
Keep dandruff out of your
head by using Herpicide. for sale
at McLendon's Barber Shop.
- Mr. C. H. M. Quick, of the
Bethel section, has fine cabbage
Dlants for sale. Whenever you
are ready call up 71 and prompt
service will be given.
- Shredded Wheat Biscuits at
W. M. Rowe's.
US?"Fresh sausage, eggs, ham,
ish at C. Ti. Hubbard's
rly's Big Depart
of all kinds cheap
nd shells at C. B.
attention is asked to
ement of the Plan
. Bank in this issue.
V. Waddill bas Home
il save money by
i npr at W?idr?Ill's stocic Soo
;?\v advertiser?i?ni he means
eep what hair you
ac ved a Barrel of
i" Mackerel. They
W. M. Rowe.
a disease of the blood,
?ys, It attacks usually
issue and causes a de
.1. In ils acute stage it
iain and suffering, some.
. large part or eveo all
n near the heart it is
e. We are thankiul to
rilla -internally, lo era
i from thc blood. 'Dr.
King's Nerve and Rone Liniment-ex
ternally, to give life to the stiffened.
?abdul j lnts and tissue. Sold by all
Mr. J. M. Howell lias leaned
the house recently run by Mr. Sim
Moore near the mil rond and hus
reopened to the public a home for
the tired aud hungry seeking rest.
Ral es reasonable, und cloao to
For pain in back or Chest, King's
Anti Pain Plaster touches the spot. "Tis
especially good lo protect the lungs wi?h
one ot these on Iront anil back. They
are :>5 cents and their curative and ppj
tective power is very great. Sold hy all
A Beautiful Complexion comos of
Cydonia Lotion. Softens and whitens
the skin; cures sunburn, chapped or
roughened skin. The genuine has Bur
well & I lunn Co.'s name and Label.
Price, 25 cents. At all I) Uggist.
yyE ARE IN IT1
Heavy and Fancy Groceries anti
?fut! line ?>f.. Canoed Goods,
Pickles, Sauces and Dainties,
Candies, Cakes and Fruits.
Tobacco and Cigars
A nice line of Gloves, Hosiery,
Heavy Underwear f?>r men nnd
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
a cup to a milk bucket
Also, a nice line of Pants and
Storm Coats that we offer at
WV invite special attention to
our stock of Guns and Ammu
nition of Stevens make.
We have too a few nice covered
baskets, to go ns bargains.
Call and .vuo ns
Marion St. BennetlBvjlle, 8. C,
Rev. 0. W. Boyd will cou Jae* JI
viccs st St. Paul's Episcopal church
OD Sunday next.
Preaching at Presbyterian ch rob
nest Sunday ii a. m. end 7.30 p. m
Subject for evening "A young mauV
conception of an ideal young woman'*
All aro invited
Tho hoar for evening; services at the
churches io now 7 GO o'clock.
Prayer meeting Mt the Baptist oho -oh
every Thursday evening at 7 30.
Prayer meeting at the Methodist oharoh
every Wednesday at 7.30 p. m.
Prayer meeting at Presbyterian church
Thursday oven log al 7 30.
The boor for Bnaday Behool at tbe
Methodist church bas been changed to
4.00 o'ulook in the afternoon.
The Epworth League Prayer meeting
14 held every Wednesday evening in the
Sun'ay eobool room of the Methodist
oharoh at 8 o'clock. Tho public invited.
Go and Hear Him.
Editor Democrat: It was my good |
fortune to listen to a sermon pr sacb> d
by Rev W H L Mclaurin ut the
Chapel of Bennettsville Mills last Sur.
Mr. MoLaurin is for tb ; prest-i t
conferenco year pastor of tho Mcdill
and Beonetiaville Mida Churches Ht
is an eloquent and attractive preacher
His sermons instruct the mind und
feed the heart. We wonder why a
p.e tcher nf auch strength is sent t >
bis ?in.neut norie (i sp. uk from t i'
stund point "of the world) there ia H
?SSfcjf sacrifice for principle behind
?a'outf to tell hero as well IIB being
T^xf there ?a any one in Banne ts 'til*
who would like to hear a eu rm .11 out
of the ordiuary line, that will instruct
and enlighten him g'> to the Chape!
at the mill on th? 1st and 3rd Sunday
at ll a. rn. and 7 p. m
The~good people of thia work art
ce tai ti ly to bu congratulated on hav
ing such a sweet spirited Paitor.
- Our tire business is grow
ing daily. The natural result of j
our attention fo business. V\
would appreciate a part of youri
business. See what we have to I
CROSLAND & TYSON.
"The Insurance Men/
Now Hepo For Consumptives
King's wild Cherry and Tar for
Coughs. Colds and Lag ippe. Even for
Consumption in its carly stages, this
wonderlul remrdy is a i a <ccea. Have
you a cold and cough? Mop it NOW
Have you tightness in thro.it and p tin
in chest ? Oct rid ol it NOW. A.re you
hoarse ? Do jou fear bro chilis ? Don't
wait when >ou can gel telle! so easily
25c. Ta9te is good and always guar n
tced to cure or money back, by all
For Tarir fVarrlonn.
?!sewliere in irii? ?1 ne y'olj ti ?Ty *? tin.
tut ....v..-melita of t' . ?ruc^Fn.r?j?
:'. pi pared to e.:...?', ?mol?a t'ifPt?
t; . ..; Cabbage j, hu .ts, ..?<: ? at levi
prict 'j. ii Jyo i vaiit bi gel ahead of
-.;.;..? ... ji'ui UIUCIB tu once'
and secure eboice plants.'
Lowney's Candy, best made
At W. M. ROWES.
A nice line of canned
goods at C. B Hubbard's
The Democrat and the Semi
weekly Atlanta Journal one year
The Democrat and McCall's
Magazine-an excellent Lady's
Book for $1.50
Thc Sunny South and the Demo
crat for only ?1.50
The Atilinta Constitution und
Dem- erut oue year for ?1,75.
Flowers 1 Flowers ?
Mrs. Jno S. Moore has a fine
lot of Geraniums, Begonias
Ferns, Palms and other plants,
well rooted, thut she desires to
sell Cuttings 25.: per dozen.
Specials nt. Waddi H's
Ksrpen Sterling Largo Ann Itooker.?
at $30. Couches ot $40 Ai other ?tore?
these nooda arc priced ut 40 and $50.
Duu't furget our special sale in Art
Squares?, Hugs. Portiers und Felt
(J. W. WADDI LL.
Horses Do Got Sick.
When a horses and mules are poor
it is not always and iudication 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 tuod eaten that makes muscle
and fat. More depends upon, thc prop
er digestion or assimilation ol the lood
than is commonly supposed. Nothing
has jet been discovered ih.it will build
up a horse or mule better than Ash
cratl's Condition Powders, the only
remedy in its class sohl under a guar
antee. Ask Mr. Smith Newton, lien
nettbville tor it-the kiud put up in dos
es. And McColl Drug Co., McColl. 8.
We have been in the truck busine.-f
.ince 1871 u"d aro again prepared to
till any and all ordtrs for .Early null
Laie varUtiea of Cabbage Plants
They Rr? beat known to experienced
Truckers, are grown in opon air m ar
?alt water and will Bland severo colt!
Prico $1.50 per 1000 F. O B here
I Wo make ipceiul pt icm on larger lots
' and solicit correspondence.
All plants packed in light baskets
and hl.ipped C. O. D. when money does
nut ?ccompany ordere We guarantee
satisfaction. Add rets nil orders to
D H. TOWELS & SON,
Meg etta, S. C.
TOWLES & ARNETT,
Green Pond, 8. C.
H YOUR ROMB GROWN CABBAGE.
babbage Plants, Ali Varieties.
1000 @ $1.60, ?OOO @ 81.25 per 1000, 10000 @
I r IcOO. Shipped C. O, D. if desired. Plants
ive at your Expre?s'Oflice in good condit on.
Write for Merchants' Prices.
; Beans, Sweet Pctatoos. An I Turnips in Season.
ir sliipin ut of Toiuatno Plants, Bea lalnud Cotton Seed
st Putato Draws should be booked in ad vaneo. -
Or.i ji? I
ttl)'i S .Vf
y Qeraty, Euterpiise, s. c.
Younga' IMmd 8 C.
lennettsville Pharmacy, &r
jODBimnily odJing to our stock of D l\ li G >3 AND "I'OIIlE^P
'. VICIiEjS, and can hupply yru with every nrci-aaury nrtiolo
Hervatiou of II?alth f.otu our NEW -in 1 UP TO DATD D?\U6
Wo givo our special attention to tho uccd* of our Cuctomora
ateo Huiiflfiietiou to nil. Eveiy articlo wo Kell IS TUE BEST
BhowlDg SOME NICE ARTICLES SUITABLE FOR BIRTfl
.SENTS, nnd ask j ou t i call and BOO our NEW AND ATTRAC
IE?CRIPTION DKPAHTMBKT in coroplotoand is n "epeciul feutu.o
cure of a akilh.-d nnd experienced dru^gis1;.
aro ALWAYS WELCOME HERE
? . A, MATTHEWS, Mgr.
or WILEYS' CANDY
nt to reduce roy slock in llie following goods
?, Art Squares, Easels, Screens, ^
Couches. Pictures, Toilet Sets,
on Bedsteads, gp|
latter from $ I 25 lo $10 50, which I guaran- fjgb
2 lo lie as good if nol superior lo Aualcinore ?ffi|&
y general stock
IO per cent above Cost, f?
G, W. Waddill. ?
[?LA.NT is tho most i
are using the most i
ig of work sent us
r natrons linen Sen
Bennettsviile, S. (J.
Air Line RAILWAY.
il Air Line Hy itched*
ged on January 10th.
heruw.S U., us fidiows;
No 66 at 8.03 a. m.
No 50 nt 9:24 p. in.
No 37 nt 8:03 a. m
No 27 at 10:40 p m.
ttsvi le and Oheraw R.
aoncttsville nt 7 05 a
th No GG and ND 57.
.on tl aili leaving Ben
p. ni. gives Benneits
u opportunity to tnke
nd No 27.
LE HUNGRY !
ivirn and you want u good
ml .er wo eau HITVU you.
ti fur 250. UoHtaurant
JYSTLUS in cv. ry style.
or a lady or Couts
ir Blue with 2rf in
S. J. Pearson.
t.vo mi!ea from LATTA,
chool District 115 nore*
o well timbered. flood
uootumry uti) buildings,
ian, barn and H ablon, 1 J
of 1 .nltu.
M. I, EDWARDS,
Lutta, R C.
i want, some pretty*
?i in wliir.h io plano
?e Hardware store
I nice Horses and
t p. bargain, hy
P. A. T*IoT>flK9.
?ennettsville & Cfieraw Railroad
Coiuuiitncing Munday Sopl. 12, 1 Oil 1
md un:il I tin Itor not ico. ttuins bciwcei
Jheruw und Bennet (.?ville w.il he operated
tu the Pillowing .-chedule, daily escep
?5 und.-iv :
WEST ll -UND FROM BSNNBTTSVILLE
TRAIN TH MN
No t. No. li
Uv Itenncitsviilo 7 05 nm 5 00 p n
-v Inlay 7 15 a tu 5 15 p II.
Uv Madeline 7 2-? am 5 20 i> li;
JV K vert lld 7 ;io a tn 5 35 \> u
:.v Ii hy 7 il*? u ui 5 40 p ii
Uv Ilil li 7 -Ul u m 5 4.') p n
\ni.e Kolloek 7 b'> a tu 5 f?5 p u
\ 11 ?vi- (.'liera w 0 lo i> ii
EAST BOUND FROM CH ERA W.
No. 2. No. -I
[JV Clioraw U 25 p in
liv Kui luck S 10 a m U Jl'i p m
Lv I''rust H s 20 a m y 40 p u
liv li hy S lio a ni 'J 45 p m
Lv ICvt iOil S 40 a m '.? 511 p u
li . Madelino K 50 i m ll 55 \< n
liV I I i> '.' O') :i III IO Di) ?. l!
\r It.-nnotlsv?lli' 0 1J ;i m IO 15 p i
AT UKNNh.TTauil.ljK-Tho rou h li ?III ?
inorunie truiiiH on A. C. L. councotH will.
ruin No I. Train N i 2 uoi.neutu wish A
J L local freight north and couth bi.u d
AT ICol.I.Oi K - Tinin Nus I and 2 cnn
icct willi north and soirh buumi S. A L.
AT ClIkllAW-Train Ntl 3 coune.j? will
.otth mid Routh bou id S A L truiiiH
md train No 4 connect!) with nirlh bound
? A. L train?.
T. T. Medlin, J. F Evoiott,
Trulllc Mgr. Supor.otondeiit.
Propnrrd l'or the Work.
Mr. S J. Pearson, the Jeweler, has
now one of the latest improvements
for t ngraving ymir nonie or initials
m any article of gold ur ?il\er or
[dale in tho most up-to da'e manner.
Plie Pa ni plea nf work already dine hy
him are just fine fall nod see him.
A full lino of H J Heinzs Co.
Pickles Prcflcrvos, Ketchups, Sau
les, Jollies &c. at
THE PLftHTEHS ilpL
Of Bennetts vi ile.
Resources and Capital
Protection tc Depositors
Our service in every Department is Modern and Satisf..ciory ln?1eV5^!rr??n!
by agreement on all lime Drroosits Our customers interests carHuily ano cor.
tidenti.?lly looked alter. New Dcpositois will receive like consideration.
We solicit your account. ' -
STEPHEN SHELTON, Cashier. A. J. MATHESON, ^resident^
September i, 1904.
Winter i? not jet ??ver
and we are ?f?fe a*! ai g
bargains in g??&a!?
We will help yow to
offset the low price
of cotton awfl save
J1 TT 'W'^I^'JC
otliing, Shoes, iM ?t?ons
/round MEAL and HOMINY a specialty;
in each Department and will fid your Wants in each
AT THE LOWEST PRECiSS.
ireby warned not to
mer upon lands bo
'on of the nuder
^ '"e iffier" by wr.'.k
?T, cutting, OJ
?Vhile handling :i gun
r-ler is usually the stn,
nier to prevent accidt
md to be .?uro ar.d kill
.ant to, I hnve employed t>
Itu s tn Mi from Charleston, 8.
las my gun repniring dep .rtmt
.li ?rge, Wo are prepared, to do
find ot' fine gun repairing in fact.
. riler. Give us a trial ?ind you wi
>e convinced that we are prepared to
J e y?'U satisfaction in price, work
nans! ip and promptness
8, J. PEARSON,
illowing bU '
- We are headquarters for
Mutter and Cheese. We kee])
nothing but the very best, and
jcuarantee both to suit you or
refund your money
W. M. Rowe.
I offer lor sale my hann situated about
nc miie north ol Ked Springs, N. (J.,
containing 1274 acres-about 75 acres
leared. There is a very good 3 room
(welling house on the premises. For
urther particulars, please wiite lo mc
.i IjUmherton. N C. Persons (k arine,
i look over this land c in flo so hy ma?
dng application to Mr. ,J, purcell. Ked
?.Jprings. I also oller for sale two build
ng lots in the Town ol lied Springs,
containing hall acre each.
A. W. Mel.KAN.
Oct 27, 1901. hunibciton, N. (J.
Town Tax Notice
THE Town Booka will ba opened far c 1
h oticm of taxea on Heul l?state nuil
Personal Property on October n.t. und ?lu?
Deo 31 1904 after which tho penalty wi I'
be nd dod nud colleoted. The levy is ns fol
Current Expcneca 15 et H on Si 00
[nt on lt. U. Honds 21 ctn on $\i<
?.?j kinir Fund R. R. 5 cte on $u
Int Eloctrio bight Ronda 14 eta on $100
Sjuking fund E L Ronda 4 clo on S icc
Totul 59 ct? 01. $100
Ry order of tho Council
MILTON MoI.AbuiN, ClerJ.
Sept 21 I004.
J3gF? Read every page,
Yes, read every line,
For by this gauge
It may pay for lime.
IF BROKSN' HEARTS
bc mei d n! a-- ii illly, <i li.rkly at il
.illy i.a we can repiir j nor Jow'rlry,
u!d bo i.o sorro-v ia tho worlflKr.'
.er whether it bu a wuteh, a tirg};
. . .e.; or a
dear from association necdd rop-iir?nr, ^
brine; it to u?, and it will bo mended . o
yi.u cannot tull ic fro-.n uew. O ir special y
if* Waich repairing Diing it here and hr.\e
it dono boiicvtly, erperily u-ul cheaply.
S.' J. PEARSON.
One door North P. O.
Iam now better prepared (hun ever tn
picas; even Ike most fastidcous n
T0N8DK i AI. WortK 1 nun unti e sui t
faction in ShavtB, Ilnir cu'ti, Shnrupi tw
nnd Mdb4iig< s. I have u new Ulieii <:
Buttery for tn.uB.gc*, and can tu-at tho
face a cf Gentlemen und Lad it a in tho
most np to dato mannt r
I Bolieit yi ur patroriajjo
J". A. GRACE.
.Marion ptrcet R?*nuuUt.villo, S. il
: ..'..v.- ausu-j
J. H~ RUBBELI4
H OU ST. PAINTER
And Paper Hanger.
Hard Wood Finisher, Rest Lead n*.?l
Oil furnished. K-oinmiis rhc?ifuily
given. ' All work guaranteed to 1.?
I he Russel Wagons.
Mr. 1'. A. Iludgee ia opening 11 mr
. d' theue duiablo WJigons-one 1 1 d
iwodmr?e, < vc y ore ol ll i ni ?.lian o
leed against any delect in mute hil
r wm uiHiiship.
. B. T. BAEPlELD,
UNDERTAKER and EMEALM1 Ti.
Carries in Sfoeft
\ fol! line of CoflTi H rind Melnlio CM!., 'S
nil ts';: ? ni d nixies, frr.m ?4 io ?.;QO.
1 have ihe SiefiUline ol Cloth ai d Nluinl ?
CWkets cantad bj ro y lu uro i .S. C.
In thu lot is an ext ot dup.icalq of tho
Curkt' in which Pietidrnt M>Kinley
\v;in laid to roRt
Ct?T" Funerals served with Ht:.vi?8E ioiy
where iu tho c un'y.
Alno a full linn cf D?Mnfi c'nulF,
Phone IS Open Day nnd A7//7.I
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