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BENNETTSYILLB, S. 0.
Offlee on Marion Street Opposite
Friday February 3, 1905.
Our Town Oorvemment. /
MAYOR-P. A. Hodges
ALDERMEN-W P. Breeden. Jr, O. S.
^Ghaffio. A. G- Sinclair, W\ W. P?te.
CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc
Laurin. Office open daily.
POLICE-J. F. David, H. C. Miller.
Marlboro County Officers.
SHERIFF-J. B. Green .
CLERK OP CLEUK-J. A. Drake t
JUDGE OP FROBATE -M. MoLaunn
CORONER-O. F. Covington
SUPERVISOR-M. B Coward
SUPT. EDUCATION-W. L. Stanton
TREASURER-J. H. Thoma*
AUDITOR-Chas. I Sherrin.
SENATOR-Jo.Ima II. Hudson.
REPR?SENTATIVES- 0. D McColl, Jr.
W. W. Bi ute, J. P. Gibton.
MAOHSTAIES-0- D. Eusterling, T. L
II. L. McLaurin, McColl
John A. Calhoun. Clio,
W. J. Atkinson, Blenheim,
D. D. Stubbs, Brightpvdlo,
W. W. Irby, Smithville.
County Church Directory.
Bennettsville Circuit Appointments
REV. A. T. DUNLAP, P. C.
First Sunday-ll a. m., Pine Grove
3 p. m., Smyrna.
Second Sunday, 11a.m. McColl.
3 p. rn. Beauty Spot,
Third Sunday-ll a. m., Pino Grove,
3 p. rn, Smyrna.
Fourth Sunday, ll a. m. McColl,
3 p. m. Beauty Spot.
blenheim Circuit Appointments.
KEV. W. B. BAKER P. O.
iirst Sunday, Hebron ll a.m;
Ebeuczer 3.30 p. m.
Second Sunday. Parnassus lia.
Zion 3.30 p. m.
Third Sunday, Hebron ll a.m.
Ebenezer 3.30 p. m.
Fourth Sunday Parnassus ll a. m.
Zion 3.30 p. m.
Clio Circuit Appointments.
, --- ^ REV. P. II. SHU LEK, P. C.
Clio-Breaching every Sunday morning!
at 11 o'clock. Epworth League Sun
day night al 8 o'clock. Sunday school
ni 10 a. m. W. A Hinshaw, Supt.
Prayer meeting Monday night at 8.
Boniah -Preaching every Sunday aft nt[
4 o'clock. Sunday school at 3. It.
North Marlboro Circuit.
KEV. J. N. WRIGHT, P. C.
,-.v Fiopn, 4
Shiloh i. a.
Pleasant HUI 4 p. m.
Oak Grove, ^ 30 p. m.
Fourth Sunday, Ebenezer 11 a m.
Shiloh, 4 p. m.
Bennettsville Church Directory
METHODIST-T. E. MORRIS. P. C
Sunday school 3 SO p. m. Preaching at
11.00 a m. and 7 30 p. m. Prayer meet
ing Wednesday evcuiog at S.00 o'clock. |
Superintendent Sunday school, Phil. A.
BAPTIST-Rev. Rufus Ford, Pastor.
Sunday sc hool at 10.00. Preaching Sun
day at 11.00 a. m., and 7 30p. m. Prayer
meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Superintendent ol' Sunday school, H. W
PRESBYTERIAN-Bunt an McLeod Ph.
D, PaVtor. Seiviccj every Sabbath
(summer) ll a. m. and 8 p. m.; (winter)
ll a. m. and 7.30 p. in Prayer meeting ?
Thursday 5 p. m. Seats free. Strangers
cordially invited. Sunday school every
Sunday 10 a. m. Superintendent, J. T.
Dudley. All parcuts and children made J
welcome at thc school.
EPISCOPAL-Rev. 0. W. Boyd, Rector, j
Preaching ovory second and fourth Sunday j
at II a m., and 7.30 p. m. Sunday
Behool at 9.30 a. m. Dr. J. ?. Faisou,
Directory of Bennettsville Lodges
CONSOLIDATED LODGE NO. 15, K. of
P., meets every second and fourth Mon
day nights at 7.30 o'clock.
J. W. LcGrand, C. C.
C. D. Kasterling, IC of R. & S.
MARLBORO LODGE NO. 88, meets at
Bennettsville. Friday evening, on or be
fore each full moon at 8 o'clock.
J. F. Kinney, W. M.
IL E. Stockton, Secretary.
County Masonic Directory.
MARLBORO CHAPTER No. 30 R. A.
M., meets at Bcnnettsvillo on thc second
Friday ol' each month.
? J. F. Kinney. II. P.
fiV$. Stockton, Secretary.
- EUREKA LODGE NO. 43, A. P. M..
meets at McColl, each Saturday after
noon, before the full moon,at 4 o'clock.
AURORA LODGE NO. 33, A. F. M..
meets at Clio. Saturday on or after each
full moon at 3 o'clock, p. m.
J. T. Stanton, W. M.
T. A. Covington, Secretary.
RflHE Business recently known as thc
& CLIO NOVELTY MANUFOTU
RING 00 . will lifireaftci ho known as
THE CLIO NOVELTY MANUFAC
TURING WORKS, with P. H. IVEY
solo owner and director,
The latest improved wood working
machines aro being placed for doing all
kinda of Novelty work for builders use at
t Mr. P. A. Hodges is agent at Bennetts
villo and will tnU?. your ordors.
J.:' '.>-., IU03
Mr. Harris N. Spears of Sum:
[ ter is over on a visit.
Mr. ?. G. Sinclair mado a fly
ingvtrip to Durham this week.
Mr. J. H. Carrabo, Sr., has
our thanks for favors.
Mr. Joseph Newton has our
thanks for appreciated favors.
We return hearty thanks to
Mr. A. D. Hinson for valued fa
vors. . .
Mrs, W. P. Breeden and Mrs
J. M. jackson spent Saturday in
Hon Jno. L. Mclaurin attended
the convention of Cotton grocer
ers at New Orleans last week
Mr. D. J. McDaniel of Beauty
Spot section was down Monday.
No special news in his section.
Mr. T. D. Lashloy and little
son. George Dewey, of Kollock,
were down Tuesday shopping,
and called to see us.
Mr. Stonewall Jackson Mcln
nisof Shannon, N.C., came down
Saturday night and spent Sun
day and Mondoy with relatives
in our town and county.
Mr. J. H. Mitchell, a popular
Knight of the grip, washerethis
week. John is selling one of the
best 5c Cigars on the road "Flor
Ue Franklin." Call for it when
you want to smoke.
Married on Wednesday aftenx-on,
Febr arv 1, 1905, at 4 o clock, al the
residence of the bride's parents, hy
Kev. Bunyan McLeod of the Ben
nettaville Presbyterian church, Mr.
Grover Cleveland Hubbard of Ben
nettsville and Mba Luua McDaniel,
daughter of Mr. aud Mrs D J. Mc
Daniel, ci Beauty Spot section.
After the ceremony waa over and
congratulations tendered, the bridal
party and guestc were given a myal
eollation by the bride's parenlB which
lasted until the shades of night were
drawn over the Eceuo
The happy couple were the recipi
ents of many pretty and useful gifte
from their friends.
On Saturday evening last by the
accidental overturning of n lamp, the
little baby bo ? ol Mr and Mrs George
Crosland aged iihout 2 years waB so
badly bumed that he died in a few
hours, in spite of the best remedies
The dear little one was the "light of
the home," and this sad and sudden
ending, ie a teriible blow. The grief
stricken parents have the sympathy of
the town and county in their sad be
reavement. The fuuerul services were
held at Oak Ridge cemet- ry Sunday
afternoon at 4 o'clock.
AB pore as a rlrop ol dew that reatB
Within the heart of a rose ;
As warm RH n h??m frew thu ~~' '
'. lb? KV.? itt rh?? ea?I ihixt i;kiw? ;
is iieKr m Ge I BU <:??,. nilli s Ur?, ?
! H thc vn>: ?. o? .<i<Mi dbi ? i ;
Tho ill . Ill St . :) ?Utn -il [fit <iar;h I
u i: inti. i. .. :,
_Li .u?oti mm, mumer loved bira,
But the Saviour loved him more ;
So the angela sweetly called him
To that bright and happy sbore.
It was hard to part with AuiiKEY,
Oh ! BO nnd to eeo him die ;
Futhor und mother must try und meet him
Some F wt et day hy and by.
Died at his home in Brownsville on
Sunday .January 20, 1005, after a bio
traded ?linees of pneumonia, Mr .Ino.
R G rice-a brother ot Richard Grice
of our town. He leaves a wife and
five children to mourn his death. He
was a worthy citizen, a good neighbor
a kind, indulgent father, a friend to
the poor and needy.
He was laid to rest in Brownville
cemetery on Monday at ll o'clock and
the funeral ser vices conducted by Rev
J A. Mogera.
The follosving gentlemen acted n
Sall bearers Charley Hood, A. J
OUDSO't, S. D Keraev, R H. Hood,
H. M. Johu30:i, George Hartley.
Won't Suit Our Hunters
We see that Mr. Doar of George
town hus introduced a bill in the leg
itdature to change the law protecting
dcor to read that the closed season
shall be from January to September.
The old law which just suited the up
country hunterB reads from February
to August. It may suit Georgetown
to have it from January to Septetubjr
but the up country hunters prefer to
open the season iu August and clone
either in January or February. We
rea ly eanU 8<e any special need for a
chance Cur Georgetown friend mu t
have been '.otu of snap" or wanted to
do something sel fish.
Public la Aroused
Tho publici* arm-cd to a knowledge
pf thu curative mci ;'* ol" th it great med
icinal ionic. Electric U tte rs for Hick atom*
aeh. liver and kidneys Mary II Wallers
ol' 540 St Clair Ave-, Columbus O,
Writes "For several months I was given up
todie. I hid lever nu 1 aguo, my nerves
were wrecked; 1 could not sleep, and my
Momach was so weak, from useless doctors
drue.*, that I could not cat. Soon after
licciooitig on Klent rio Ili.tor.s I obtained
relief, and in a short time I was entirely
cured." Guaranteed at J. T. Douglas'
Drug Store. Price 50e.
ia ol'.en 3aus*d hy sores, ulcer*, and om
eera, ihat o.it awayyour skin. Wm Bodell,
of Flat Hock, Mich . says'. "I h ive used
Bucklen's Arnica Salve for Ulcers, Sores,
and Caucers. It is the best healing dtcs
rag I over found " Soot ho- nnd heals cuts
bums and i-cild . 2f>o at J. T. Douglas'
drug stote; guaranteed.
The attention of the reading
public is called 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 carrie1. Call and see.
ATWO HORSE FARM of good
Corn and Cotton Land.
Apply to J. B. HUBBARD,
Nov. '29, 19)1 Bennettsvillo, S. 0.
TO ww JLxnoQuwr wir?.
- New moon to? morrow.
- May be better weather
- Don't forget to register for
the town elect-ion.
' - We return thanks 'to Titus
Thomas for favors.
. - Monday next is salesday
and a crowd may be expected.
- We have heard of several
who had frozen eggs.last week.
- The Clerk and Sheriff will j
both have sales. to make sales*
-The days are now 10 hours
long but out door work .goos on
- Special attention is asked ]
to the Card of the Sothern Cot
ton Oil Co., in another column.
They are going to fill all orders j
and accommodate the farmers.
- A meeting of the Doctors in,
the 6th District is to bo held at ]
Florence on the 7th.
- If you want cheap Life In
su rance you should see Mr. T
W. Scruggs at once before his
list is full. He oilers the cheap
est plan you can get.
-Pulverized and "Cut Loaf
Sugar at W. M. Rowe's
- Never mind the/cold waves
as long as W P. ttreeden can til*
your orders forwood
- Try a Ca#0f English Peas
-they ii re fijf?.
AtW- M. ROWE'S.
- Canned ^Shrimp, Lobsters
and Deviled Cifcbs at
- You will not dread th&-so\xnd
of the fire bell if you have an in
surance policy on r furniture,
goods, store or residence with J.
S. Moore. % ^
-For a nice line of shoes go to
C B. Hubbards
Herpicide kills the dandruff
germs, get it at McLendon's Bar
If you want a fine Hair Dresser
go to McLendon Bros barber
-*r Waddill can sayo you money
now on Furniture. Read his ad
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
plants for sale. Whenever you
are ready call up 71 and prompt
service will bo given.
WST Just received n new lot of
Apple Butter and Cranberry
Sauce at W. M. 'Rowe's
;-.?? Frosh sausage, eggs, hai.tr?-.
fish ?1 1.5. B, Hubbard's
rVuatherly's Big Depart
JU :?it i-'i'.>ro wau I s your attention
- ANotious or au Kinds cheap
at C. B. Hubbards
- Guns and shells at C. B.
- Special attention is asked to
the advertisement of the 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 new advertisement he means
We can keep what hair you
have got with Herpicide.
A. Touching 8tor7
is the caving from death of the baby girl
of <i '0 A. liyler. Cumberland. Md. He
writes: "At tho age of ll mouth*, our
li'llegirl wa<? in declinioK health, with
serious Throat Trouble, nod two physic
ians gave her up. Wo were-rdmoU in dei
pair, wh(>n wo resolved to try Dr. King's
New Discovi-ry for Consumption, Coughs
ntid Colds. Tho first bottle ga\e reliof;
after taking four bottles aho w*.s entirely
cured, und is now in perfeot health .''
Never tails to relieve and cure a cough or
cold. At J. T. DuUirUs drug alor..-; 50o
und $1 00 guaranteed. Trial bottles free.
J D Runyan. of Butlarville; O , laid
the peculiar disappearance of h'lM painful
symptoms of indigost'ioo and billouriocs*
to Dr. King's New Lifo Pills^ He ??y?:
"They arc a perfect rem-.dy, for disrioea*
sour stomach, headache, constipation oto.
Guaranteed ut J T. Douglas' drug store,
NEW BOARDING HOUSE.
Mr. J. M. Howell has leased
thc house receutly run by Mr. Sim
Moore neur tho railroad and has
reop ned to the public a home for
the tired and hungry Becking rest
Rates reasonable, und cloao to
\ft/E ABE IN IT I
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, andmany 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
our stock of Guns and Ammu
nition of Stevens make.
We have too a few nice covered
baskets, to go as bargains.
Call and see us
Marion St. flcnnettaville, 8. C.
The hour Tor evening semoea. at tfa<
ohorohes ?s now 7.30 o'?fbok.
Pro/or mooting at the- Baptist ch orel
.very Ttmraday o vening et 7.30.
Prayer notting et the Method!*! charol
.T7 Wednesday ?,t 7.3p p. m.
Pray?* meeting ?t Presbyterian church
Thursday evening at 7 30,
Th? boar for Snooty School v ai tb?
Methodist church baa boan cbangod to
4.09 o'clock in the nftomoon.
Th? Epworth League Prayer moating
ta hold ovory Wedna-doy OTcniug In tba
Sunday achoo! room of tb? Methodist
oh arch nt 8 o'clock. Tb? publia In vi tod.
MARION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS.
FIRST BOUND-n. P.TAYLOB, P. E. S
Olio ?od Beniah, Feb 18, 19
Bennettaville ot, McOcU. Feb 35, 36.
Bennettaville &M0C0II Milba Feb 35, a6
Browoavllle, Bethlehem, Mob 4
North Marlboro, Pleasant Bill " II, ia
Brigbtsville, Boykio, 3 p. m. " ia, ly
Monheim ut, Zion ' 18, 19
Benaettaville Stn, (night) 17, 19.
- Our tire business is grow
ing daily. The natural result of
our attention to business. We
would appreciate a part of your
business. See what we have to
CROSLAND & TYSON.
?'The Insurance Men."
Return Your Dogs
Tho dog has had his doy. He
or rather his unfortunate owner
roust now_pay a capitation tax in
adtffti?n to the ad valorem tax.
Owing to some defect the dog tax
law was inoperative huit year but
all dogs must now be returned with
other property for taxation.
- Would you like tc* purchase
a nice well broke ox, in fino or
der-one that pulls a plow to
perfection?-Apply at this office
Remember Your Dead.
W? invite special attention t> the
advertisement of the Bennettaville
Marble Works in this paper. Call and
see samples, or write tuena.
.- Fresh lot of D. M, Ferry's
Garden Seeds at W. M. Rowe's
For I arly Gardens.
Elsewhere iu this issue you have the
announcements of three Truck Farm
ery all prepared to supply choice vari?
tie? of Cabbage planta, etc , at low
prices. If you want to get ahead of
the season Bend in your orders at once
and secure choice planto.
A Beautiful 1905 Omlenda? i
I pe Allanta Goost?t?'ttoo ha;
juol i ?ct voe! lui r how LD05 calen
dar "Th? South tn Ihe Baddie.'1
li JJ; ;? ;l ??.v ai.Vll ?H ti ?? r i t ' >IUA
inontfc ^Vd?*X|M to" hiing on tue;
wall. A subscript iou vto the Sun
ny South, 50 cantu, ar for $1.25
jou can get Weekly Constitu
tion and Sunny South and Calen
dar, all until January 1906. A
subscription to either will secure
you this calendar.
SST* A nico line of canued
goods atC. B Hubbard's
The Democrut and the Semi
weekly Atlanta Journal one year
The Democrat and McCall's
Magazine-an excellent Lady's
Book for $1.50
The Sunny South and the Demo
crat for only ?1.50
The Atlanta Constitution and
Deni erat one year for $1,75.
Flowers 1 Flowers ! ?
Mrs. Jno S. Moore -hue- a fine
lot of Geraniums, Begonias
Ferns, Palms and other plants,
well rooted, that she'desires to
sell Cuttings 25u per dozen.
Specials at Waddi!!'*
Karpen Sterling Large Arm Rockers
at $30. Couches at $40- At other stores
thc-BO goods aro priced at 40 and $50
Don't forget our special.) salo in Art
Square?, Bugs. Portiers and Pelt
O. W. WADDSLL.
Horses Do Get Sick.
When a horses and mules arc-poo.
it is not always and indication that they
do not get enough to eat.- Many ani
mals, just like human beings, have in?
digestion or the system is all run down
and a tonic is needed, lt is not the a.
mount ot lood eaten that makes muscle
and fat. More depends upon the prop
er digestion or assimilation ot the lood
than is commonly supposed. Nothing
has 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
nelisviile, tor it-the kiud put up in dos
es. And McUoll Drug Co., McColl. S.
Wet hu ve been iu the truck huuine>H
since 1871 &1)d are agaiu<.-prepared to
till any and all orders for EnrHv and
Late varieties of Cabbage Plant8
They aro best known to experienced
Truckers, aro grown in open air near
salt water aud will stand gfWOre cold
Pffpe $1.50 per 1000 F. O B. here
Wo make special pt ices on larger lots
and solicit correspondence.
All plants packed in light baskets
and shipped C. O. P. when money does
not accompany order?. We guarantee
satisfaction. Address all orders to
D H. TOWELS & SON,
Meg etti, 8. 0.
TOWLES ft ARNETT,
Green Pond, S. 0.
HAVE YOUR HUM GROWN CABBAGE.
Cabbage Plants, All Varieties.
''rices: lUU0@fl.50, 6000 @ $1.25 per 1000, 10000 @
?1 per lt ?00- Shipped C. O, D. if desired. Plants
a? rive at your Express Office in good con dil on.
Write for Merchants' Prices.
Cabbage, 31oms, Sweet Pota 38. Ant Turnips in Season.
Orders rot ' lipruent ot Tomatoo Plants, Sea lalaud Cotton Seed
?nd Sweet ' .tato Urawa should be booked in advunce.
,!aS. Hay Oeraty, Enterprise,
Younga' Island B O.
mm-. . :
-.4 BO?inettsville Pharmacy &r
\ \ ! " . f -iDtly adJing to our stock of DRUGJ3 ANO ^GII?EI?
Vi/ Hftfl ??EjS, ODd can supply yru with every ni-censary ruHnlo
r<?r til . . rv .lion of Health from our NEW md UP TO DATD DRtIG
Rive our special attention to the uc-edi of our Cuptomera
lattafaotloQ to all. Every article we sell IS THE BEST
lng SOME NICE ARTICLES SUITABLE FOR BIRTH
TS, ond ask you t J call and soo our NEW AND ATTRI
BUTION DE i'A ter AI BNT id completo and ls a ''epeciul featu o
of a skilled and experienced druggist.
ALWAYS WELCOMF QERE
? . ?, MATTHEWS, Mgr.
o reduce my slock in the following goods
Art Squares, Easels, Screens,
iches, Pielures, Toilet Sets,
r from $-1 25 to ?10 00, which I guaran
bo as good if not superior lo Austemdre
per cent above Cost,
IS o -. SH, ?0O-J M
T is the most mo lern in this state, anti
sing the most up to date methods in the
rork sent us That's one reason why we
.ns linen. Send us your iiixt Bundle.
LVURENS, S. C.
.ttsville, s. c.
fr ?.ina lt
tiuina No ?
ie Hy ^ched
Junuury 1 Ot Ii.
V., aa ful o wi;
nt 8:05 a m.
at 9:24 p. in.
at 8:05 a. in
t 10:40 p. ru.
1 (Ihernw R.
at 7.05 ?
nd No 57.
i ty lo tn ko
A good i
wheels and r
'unt u good
FARM . ,E.
200 ACRES '
in I,ultu Graded 8
oleared tho balance
dwelling sud all ne
AI m) 6 room hon*
?ores land in town .
M ra I
Don'tYou Love 1
Il so, and you
pots of all sizes
them, call at thc
and you can be s
Jan. 12. 1
Bennettsville & Cheraw Railroad ?i
? jggj vy- -.'yV -o- 3BB w v> w __JJ??/*
Cduinionuiojt Munday Sept. 12, 10-> 1,
and uutil Inn lier no'ico. Indos betwuui
Cheraw ami Benno ttsvi Ile will bo nperatcil
on tho following fcbcdulo, daily except
WEST B ?UND FROM BBNNETT8VILLK
No 1. No. 3
Lv Bennet (ovillo 7 05 a th 5 00 p in
Lv I.-lay 7 15 a tu 5 IS p tn
|?v Madeline 7 2 > u m 5 20 p tn
Lv Even, it's 7 .'I> a tu . 5 ."t? p tn
Lv 11 by 7 "iii :i tu ? IO p Ui
Lv Ktii i-i 7 in a in ft 45 p m
Vttive Kollock 7 15 a m 5 55 p tn
Aili vi Cheraw li In p
BAST BOUND FUOM CH EUA XV.
No. 2. No- -1
Lv Cheraw 'J l?"? p tn
Lv Kullnek S IO a tn 35 p in
Lv Pms* s S l?o a in '.) I > p tn
Lv 11 hy S 3U ii ru U 15 P tu
Lv Kveteit S lu a tu '.? 50 p tn
Lv Ma 'cline S 50 a in I) 55 p tn
Lv l-l <y '.I OD a in Kl Od p m
Ar B-ni-ni l-villc ll 15 a in IO 15 -. in
AT BRNNBTTSUU.I.B - Tho FOU.h h?ui d
morning LruiiiH on A. O. L. connecth ?i'll
train NJ I. Train No 2 couuecta With A
C L local fri ijiht north and couth bound
AT Kol.i.or K -Tudu Nus I uud 2 con
nect willi north nnd BOU?b bound ?. A L.
t r it i UH.
AT ClIKUAW -Train No 3 connejt with
i.oilh-aud Hituth bim ul S A. L train!*,
und train No 4 conncctd with ni rib bound
S A. Ci train*
J. T. Mi dim, J P Everett,
Tn.fOo Mgr. Bup-nlnteodt-ut.
Prepared for the Work.
Mr. S J. Poa ison, tho Jeweler, line
now one of tho Infest improvements
for i ngrnving your name or initulH
on any nrlicle of gold or silver or
plato in the most tip-to thi'e manner
The pa ni pies of work already done by
him ure j tint lino Cid' and see him.
A full lino of II J Heinzs Co.
Pickles Preserves, Ketchups, San
ces, Jellies &c. at
W. AT TWn>
THE PUTERS NOTIONAL il
Of Bennettsville, S.y
Resources and Capital
Protection to Depoaitora >lon;055 IU
Our service in every Department is ir?odeni and SatiiiVc^?ry Interest allow? d
ly agreement on all time Deposits. Our customers interests carelully and cci .
idenlially looked alter. New Depositors will receive; like consideration.
We solicit your account, _ .
STEPHEN SHELTON, Cashier.
September 1, 1904.
A. J. H&THESO?, President.
Winter is not yet over
and we are offering
bargains in goods
We will help you to
offset the low price
of cotton and save
Come and see.
Kennetts? Hie, So ?}.
ANDLE BARGAINS TOO,
NO USE TO WORRY, BUT COMIO RIGHT OX TO
IE-? YOU ~\7\rj3^.isrrc
& Dry G-oods, Clothing, Shoes, .Notions ?~
And Fancy Groceries.]
Wtff" Fresh Water Ground MEJ : and HOMINY a sue. i t'?".
Ve Keep n frill liite in cacti D trt.ue l and Will Sid v.r.?-'V/.tn... ;.i each
AT TUE ?\YK- L HUCK-.
... ? you i', int to Town cn ', au toe tn. l'hovc ?nier.- i:i tow ii delivered
PKl'jE KI ; lii?fiieutin g . ratVteed.
'ali i sae tis -Xt-ar L ttgltis1 Drug Storo.
fl LL persons aro hereby warned not to
Mj trespass in any manner upon lands be
irking to or in possession of the nnder
igiicd in Marlboro county cither by walk
ng, fishing, hunting, haulii ff, cutting, or
bowing stock to run at large.
'Joseph L. McCull,
J. \V. Jackson.
December, 27, 1904.
KILLED ACCIDENTAL LT
A'hile handling n gun that was out of
nier is usually the story. Now. in
.riler to prevent accidental killing
md to be sure and kill when you
.ant to, I have employed an expert
?unsnii h from Charleston, S. C., who
?ns ray gun repairing depnrtme.it in
charge, We are prepared to do any
(iud of fine gun repairing in facloiy
.nier. Give us a trial ami you will
ie convinced thal we are prepared to
?i. e you satisfaction in price, work-?
nana!.ip and promptness
8. J. PEARSON,
- We are headquarters for
[bitter and Cheese. We keep
lothing but the very best, and
iiiarantee both to suit you or
efund your money.
W. M. Rowe.
I oller lor sale my larm situated about
nie mile north ol Heil Spiings, N. C-,
:ontaining 127$ acres-about 75 acres
le ired. There is a very good 3 room
1 welling house On the pt ?mises. For
urther particulars, please wilie to me
it Lumberton. N C. Persons desiring
o look over this land cari do so by ma
ting application to Mr. J, Purcell, Red
Springs. I also oder for sale two build
ug lots in the Town ol Red Springs,
Containing hall acre each.
A. W. MCLEAN.
Oct 27, 1901. Lumberton, N. C.
Town Tax Notice
THE Town Books will bo opened for ool
li dion of - taxes on Real E-tntc and
l\!iHOind Property on October i?t nnd clou
Ore 31 1904 after whioh the penalty wi 1
ie added and collected. Tho levy is as fob
"uircnt ExpcnFce 15 ola on $100
[nt on R. R. Bond.i 21 ots on ?5U00
>i king Fund R B. S cte on $no
[nt Electric Light Bonds 14 tts on $100
'irking fund E L'-Bonds 4 ots on 8100
Total 59 cte on $100
By order of tho Council.
MILTON MOLAURIN, Clerk.
Sept 21 I904.
Read every page,
Yes, read every line,
For by this gauge
Tt m ny p?ty for lime..
IF BBOKBN HEARTS
could ho mended UH neatly, qn?itkly Mid
thoroughly RH we eau rcpair/jour Jewelry,
ibero would bo i.o Burrow ia tho weil?4.
No nintter whether it ba a watch, a tup,
a tu ?klaco or a
BABY PIN v
Jeor .(rom association needs repairing,
bring it to u->, and it will be mended O
yt u canuot tell ic from new. Oar ppecial y
lie Wa ch repairing Hiing it hero and bu\o
it done honestly, ex portly mid cheaply.
S. J. PEARSON,
One Joor North P. O.
Inm now hotter prepared than ever lo
pleas J even the most fasthlcous n
ToNsoKiAi. Wow; . I guaiuht.ee enb?
faction in Shaven, Huir cntp, ShnmpioH
nnd MySHngiB. I linvo a uaw Electro
Battery for tuafeagCB, nnd csu treat tho
fares of Gentlemen and Ladit-a in tho
raoHt np to date manner.
I solicit, your pi.I rn. :,<.??.
J. A. CRACE.
Marion ntrect R?Dn?Uhvill?. S. (5
J. H, RUSSELL
And Paper HanSEri
Hard Wood Finisher, Best Lend nt d
Oil furuiahci). Ksiiiuntea chect fully
given. AH wotk guaranteed to t e
'I ho Kussel Wagons.
Mr. P. A. Hodges ia openit g a < rr
of these durable wagons - one ?nd
two-horse, every one ot lix m guarr.n
tced against any defect iu matetirl
or worman slit p.
R. T. BARFIELD,
UNDERTAKE?, and EMBALMIB,
Carries in St<H?k
A full line of CotliiH aijd Metnlio Gnfk? ts
nil H'Z n ard Rt.\lcn, fri m ?4 to $4*00.
I have tho Gi ent Una of Cloth rod Metal'u
Caskets carried i>.v nny huiiee io S. 0.
In the Jut is an exact dup.icntti of (he
Cncke'. In WnlcT? Presid? nt Mi Kinley
wan laid to toht
Z?f' Funerals served with IlHARFU r.ny
whore in Iho c.'iuiiy.
Alun n full lino pl DM11I? o'n?p?, -
Phunc 18 Open /><'!/timi Kii, J t
fiKNNKITSYiILE, i:. C.