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Friday, Febiuarv 24, 19?5.
Subscription Prices '
One year_.'.11.00 ?
Six months.50 ,
THE FARMERS IN COUNCIL.
The Cotton Growers County
Convention assembled as per
announcement and had a har
monious and encouraging meet
ing. It continued the enroll
ment of signatures to curtail
ment of acreage and use of fer
tilizers. None approached re
fusing to sign same.
March 1st at ll. a. m. was
appointed as the time for the
.townships to meet again and
finish organization and enroll
ment of reduction. The town
ships were earnestly requested
to turn out in large numbers
and to elect 10 delegates, each
to attend the county convention
to be held on March 8th next.
< lt. M Pegues, Chas Crosland,
A J Matheson, J L McLaurin,
Don McQueen, A J David, C S
McCall, T S Evans, C M Weath
erly and W A Rogers were elec
ted delegates to the State Con
vention held in Columbia Feb
ruary 21st. Tho alternates were
. H K Covington, W M Griffin, C
Tho following resolutions
were unanimously passed:
Whereas in a great crisis Uko thc pres
ent where it is the purpose to avoid pros
tration lo nil business in I of cs t, and restore
gcucral prosperity to our South land and
that it requires united action to secure
Kimo, and that no mon shall for selfish
ends profit hy his neighbors patriotism
and self sacrifice.
Therefore bo it resolved that it it the
declaration of this meeting and thc opin
ion of tho best thought of thc people at
largo, thal auy man who refuses to our
tail his cotton acreage at least 15 acres to
thc horse, and his fertilizers 25 per cent
is an unpatriotic citizen and selfish in thc
extreme, is a public enemy and should
bc made lo fool thc same by his fellow
citizen in every way pos-iiblc. To all euch
wc ask our mctcbants and Hankers to
withdraw all assistance in making a crop,
whether while or colored, asa small'crop
will bring moro money than a large one
DON'T, MISS IT.
AUDITORIUM MARCH 3.
" The Heroism of the AMERICAN
MOLDIER, thrillingly depicted hy mar
velous MOVING PICTURES, and
described in a vivid lecture by C L
Chester, war photographer, at tho Au
ditorium Friday Night March 3, un
der tho auspices of TUE MAKLUORO
Children 25 cents.
vf respect anti sympathy on thc
death o/t/. T. Covington,passed
hi/ County Con? missioners :
Wu ti? f.AS, since the last meeting ol
tin's Roard, oue of our number, Capt
James T. Covington, has died, and
whereas we, his as?oci '.tes, have learned
to know and to value his high qualities
nf heart and head, and his business
ability which he has tor many years
devoted unceasingly to the administra
tion of this oflice, Therefore bo it re
Pirat. That in tho doath of Capt James
T. Covington tins Board has lost a member
on whoso oxpenonco and ability wo Lave
boen want to depond; That tho county hos
loot a devoted and fuitliful public servant,
und tho pcoplo one whom thoy bavo loved
to honor and who has never disappointed
Second. That wo will mourn bis loss,
but endeavor to ?mulato bis worthy and
high example, nnd bow to tho will of Him
who dooth all things woll.
Third. That n blank page in our Min.
tito Book bo inscribed to hin memory, and
a copy of thcHO resolutions, BU it ably en
grosad, bo delivered to bia borcaved wife.
M? K. COWARD,
J. K. FLETCHER.
Brnnottsvillo, Feb, 23, 1905.
EDITOR-The weather is rough
aud news scarce up hero, Everybody
is grumbling about hard Hines. No
farm walk has been done yet.
(?nile an excitement was created
here hud night, just about the time
everybody was rot it ing for the night.
Thu alarm of lire from tho Hiokson
Lumber Cn, waa Hounded and the
neighbors responded at once. Upon,
investigation it was found that a negro
tramp bad set lire to Mr. W. H.
Mannings pasture burning up n good
putt of it and also his fence. The fence
being near the Lumber Plant, it was
in great danger of being destroyed.
By faith Tn 1 work on the part of the
mill crew and neighbors thc plant was
Miss Minnie Wilson of Columbia
is visiting the Miss? s Moore.
Miss AnnieC Witsell of Charleston
is visiting Mrs T. \V. Pegues.
Mr. F. W. Davis who was our faith
ful timi accommodating Railroad agent
lieio for tcveral months hut resigned ?
fans been ?minced to como back. We
extend bim a hearty welcome, :
Mnjor Ii. M, Pegues is in Cohim- ,
bia on business.
Feb. 20,1905. Ricx.
TI10 prospect of peace in the
East is good-Russia is consider
ing fenns. I ,
Cheapest Insurance On Earth.
Plain, Practical, Patriotic Safe I
Mr. J. B. Grice a member of the
Marlboro Division, Mutual Bene
volent Lite Association died on
Jan 28, 1905. Mr Grice had been
a member for more than three
years and had paid two dollars
annual dues and two death asses
ments, a total of four dollars and
fifty cents; and now his poor fam
ily will get a pufticiency tc place
them in comfortable circumstan
ces, while the cost of only $1.25
per member affords the survivors
a pleasant opportunity to perform
a patriotic duty.
Our Agent, Rev. T. W. ?cruggs
will be pleased to call and take
your application for a polioy if you
will so notify him by letter t or
otherwise Bennettsvelle, S. C. Or
you can make application to Mr.
Julian McLaurin at Clerk's office.
Members see that you have
receipts in full to date or other
wise call on either of ahov e and
J. B Green, President.
J. A. Drake, Secty & Teas.
Bennettsville. 8. C. Feb, 8,1905.
We keep the best Patent
Hour in town at lowest prices
W M Rowe.
?*1N HOC SIGNO VINCES."
At tho Cross and beneath st only,
Finds tho troubled heart relief',
Thom's a balm beneath its shadon
That can soothe all earthly grief.
Trials como, and tempests shatter
All our earthly hopes to dust;
Yet we find relief and rofugo
'Neath the Cross of him wo trust
Oh how sweot to know that ever
We'vo a Friend that loves us true,
Who will never, never leave us,
Never veil the Cross from view.
Blessed Savior, wilt Thou ever
Keep us humbly at Thy Cross,
Hiding ever neath its shadow,
Counting all besides but dross.
Blessed Cross, on which our Savior
Bled and died that we might live;
Unto all who hide beneatb it
He eternal life will give.
Died at the home of his parents
Mr. and Mrs. Dr. H. R. Easterling
near town on Wednesday evening
February 22, 1905, after a protract
ed illness of consumption. Mr. Keitt
E. Easterling, for many years an
employee in this office but for the
last three years a resident of Fay
etteville. He was a bright and faith
ful K. of P., and made hosts of
friends who will regret to hear of
The funeral services will he held
at Oak Ridge cemetery this Friday
morming and tho remains laid to
rest with Pythian honors.
where he goos >u tho iiitore&t ot lind
dividion of th''. Mutual Uepci.vuh i
Mr. Scruggs ia a hustling business
gentleman, and while writiug an im
mense amount of insurance through
out our county, has made hundreds
of warn friends and delivered lectures
and eecinons that will live in the
minds and lives of our people.
His Son, Mr. H. G Scruggp, will re
main with us and continue the work
of the Marlboro division for some
time. All desiring membership may
see or write to him at Bennettsville.
You can save money on Gro
ceries, either in large or small
lots by getting prices from
W. M. Rowe's
Letters addressed to tho following n*med
persona remain uncalled for at th? pori
offioc in Bennottaville :
J. A. Frost. A Harper, Dol Ingram,
lt. J. Steels. W. M. Soliera, John Klick,
Mrs'AHce Price, Mies Ida Arnott.
Use Blue Ribon Extracts, 10
and 25c size at
W. M. Rowe's
We are still getting some nice
at W. M. Rowe's
Bishop Bruni, of Manila, is cred
ited with this remark : ''The
Methodist raiso the people out of
the mod, the Baptist wash them,
the coDgrogationalists iron them,
and tho Episcopalians starch
Use Kingans Opon Kettle Ren
dered Lard. Guaranteed good as
your homo made at.
W. M. Rowe.
WOOD TO BURN.
I can fill orders for 2 or 4 foot
Wood-nico and dry. Call up
Brendan's Novolty Works and state
W. P. Breeden Jr.
January 12, 1905.
NOTICE OF DISCHARGE,
Estate W. L. Spoara.
AVING thia day filed in the Pro
bato Judgos office of Marlboro Coun
ty my final return llo'urn as Administra
tor of the Estato of W. L. Spears Notico
is hereby civen that I will apply to said
Court on the 17th day of Marob 1905, for
Letters Diamissory as Administrate of
said Estate. WILLIAM SPEAKS,
Keb 17, 19i).r,. Administrator
All persons aro horoby worno.l not to
respnHH ir. nuy mannor upon londH ownod
ir controlled by mo In Hebron township,
will onforco tho law against all who
iolato this noticio.
W. B. TuoMraoN
Fob 17, 1905.
Report of County Supervisor for Quai
December 31. 1904 :
WARRANTS DRAWN ON ORDINAKY FUND FOURTH QUA
TO WHOM I'AID.
J B Green,
C F Covington,
J D Hays,
M E Coward,
Chas I Sberrill,
Dr. W M Reedy,
F F Covington,
Bennettsville Hdw Co, 688
Jacob Isaacaohn, 689
O P Thomas, 690
T L Crosland, 091
C D Easterling, 692
Ben Whittaker, 693
W L ?tauton, 694
R L Freeman, 695
J H Thomas, 696
R L 8caffo, 697 *
W W Parham, 698
J A Drake, 699
A C Douglas, 700 ;
J M Jackson, 701
C M Smith, 702
Archie Norton, 703
Dec 16 So. Bell Te'.ephono 704
J H Gibbes, 705
J H T?omus, 706
T B Gibson Co., 723
F P Tatum Sons Co. 724
M E Brigmnn, 725
FIrra Reese, 726
Jamce T Covington 727
J K Fletcher, 728
Milton McLaurin, 729
T I Rogers, Esq , 730
C C Chamness, 731
C A Brown, 732
Excelsior Pdw Co, 733
Jos T Medlin, 734 735
Sheridan McKinnon 736
J J Hood, 737
Eliab Chavis, 738
Dec 30 Jim Stepheus, 739
Richard Cain, 740
W B Pegues, 741
H L McLaurin, 742
A J Hayes, 743
Jas T Covington, 744
J K Fletcher, 745
Luther Fletcher 746
Oscar Grosch, 747
J B Green, 748-749
T L Crosland, 750
C D Easterling,
FOR WHAT l'AIO.
hauling on public i
road work tor Nov i
salary and freight
repairs on road gra
salary ns Auditor
post mortem exami
court note books
woik on public roa
bridge work for coi
salary an I cootinge
salary and stamps
putting in ditch
pauper and road w<
slnmps and wood
lumber and freight
court house phone r
putting ti'eing in d
jury, witness, consta
lot of hay for stock
work on public rom
picking cotton at pc
salary and mileage
salary und mileage
coiiuty attorney fe?
merchaucbiBe for cc
tileing and freight
shoeing 8 county m
work on public road
ditching on public ;
repairing road mach
oue day visiting po>
1 day Easterling mil
work on public roa<
Tent for county fon
salary and conveyin
J B Green, 752.753.754,755,756 dieting prisoners
J B Green, 757,758,759,760 dieting pssoners
J A Drake, 761
C M Smith, 762
Barry McRinson, 763
Dr, J. F. Kinney, 764
J C Hamer, 765
W L Stanton, 766
Julian McLaurin, 767
C I Sberrill, 708
J H Thomas, 769
H H Newton, 770
Wm F Gibson, 771
M E Coward, 772
Est W A Smith, 773
C M Weatherly, 774 25'
salary as Clerk
work on public rom
advanced on lab r i
county physician, 1
salary and stumps
office chair clerk's i
salary as auditor,
salary ami stamps
Board ol' Educatu
supi'i visor's sulary
corn for county slot
fertilizer? ard paur
J M Jackson, 235,291,775 770,777,778 pauper claims
Bank of McColl, 16
Frederick Disinfectant Co, 75
A C Douglas, 779
Rpnuir'nrr brid TC
magul i ito . Linty ? ,. ?
?<.t;l? . V till 'tu .*'
luna! y account ., .
.'mu. cv account
bin . l uilmi ii ?tt?bhif
hauling, t?eing ditch
hauling on roftt?
j~ ... McIntyre,
W M Atkinson,
WARRANT8 DEAWN ON FrNES AND LICENSE FUN!)
Dec 16 W P Breeden, 707 for mules for county
WARRANTS DRAWN ON COMMUTATION FUND
Dec 16 J P Hodges, 708
J A McDaniel. 709
A M Fletcher, 710
J F Whittaker, 711
Peter Stubbs, 712
I M Bounds, 713
ACL Ry Co, 714
Luther Fletcher, 715
J B Green, 716
James Lindsay 717
Dr. A S Townsend, 718,719
D . J L Jordan, 720
D D Stubbs. 721
J A Drake, 722
M. E. COWARD,
work on public road,
1 ii in ber account
hay for count stock:
work on public road
work on public road
lunacy, inquest, &c ,
wood for oflice
Notice of Court?
NOTICE ia hereby given that the Court
of General Sessions for tho County of
Marlboro will conveno at Bennottavillc on
tho Third Monday in March, next, iboin?r
20th day thereof) 1905, in and for the
county of Marlboro nnd State of South
Carolina. All persona interested will take
duo notico thereof.
J. A. DRAKE,
Clerk Court of C. P. & G. S.
For Marlboro Co., S. C.
February io, 1905. - im
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ESTATE Romner GRAY.
ALL o nd singulnr thc creditors of estate
Robert Gray, decoaeed, aro hereby no
tified to prcBont their claims duly nttcsted,
and nil indebtod to tho Burne will mako
payment to tho undersigned, or this notice
will be plead in bar of thoir recovery.
J. A. DRAKE,
Clerk end Ex OlUcio Ailni'r,
Bonncttaville, S. C., Feb. 7, 1905 - 4
LL persons are hereby warned not to
Trespnss in any manner upon lands
belonging to thc undersigned in Hebron
Township, by walking, hauling, huming,
cutting, grazing stock or otherwise, with
out written consent.
R. T. Weatherly.
January 24, l'JO?.
AYOUNO JERSY HEIFER-soon to
o?lve-fino blood, and a price for somo
a*. Bpoak quick, if you wane her.
D. A. COVINGTON,
GIBBON, R F.D No. 2
Feb 9, 1905,
WANTED a lady to superintend a
a home and look after thc general
manugemcot of same For particulars
addrosa R- T. JACKSON,
Jan. 24, 1005. Rcnncttsvillo, S. C.
Wy* Pipes and SmokorsSupplies in
endless varioty can be found at J. T
Douglas' Drug Btore.
Here's Your (
fl IIAVE several fino Buff I
I Cockerels that I will sol
for One Dollar each, I nt
tako orders for "Huff Roc]
por eettini,' of 13, on tho yar
D. A. COV
Feb. 9, '05. GibBi
DON'T fail to see it:
next lire, lt may be
A word to tile wise i?
KIDEMTY AND U<
CONTRACT and FI DELI
There aro no heller co
these, represented by
,) NrO. Si MC
Nov. If), 1804.
To The Pu
To our Friends anil
Thc Public (?Cl
Though we have stifle
loss by the recent desiri,
mill, we hog to nunoum
will he no interruption w
Our buyer, Mr. Odom
and (he management ?;t I
bo prepared to handle all ?
ly, and to fill al! ordois J
Tho Mill will be robui
possible. We nsk your ct
tronage, und beg to thu
you who assisted in the si
pi opel ly.
The Southern Cotto
A. C. PflELPS,
L. C. BREEDEN, Local AI
? FAIR TEST.
TSY A,N HONEST MAN.
At thc request of Mr. A. Huff, agent
for thc Virginia & Carolina Chemical
Co., to make a test against PERUVIAN
GUANO with his Fertilizer, he made me
a present ot two sicks of 8 4-4 ot the
V. & C. Co.. goods to make the test
with. Tim trial was made on land se
lected by Mr. Hud himsclt and Mr. lr.
vine, my Superintendent. Ten rows
were planted, with equal amounts of
each lertilizer, at the rate ot-400 lbs per
acre, with the tallowing results :
Peruvian Guano made 191 lbs,
Mr. Huff's 8 4-4 made 153 lbs.
A diilerence ol 38 lbs on ten rows.
I hereby certify the above statement is
correct. (Signed) W. II. Dial.
I hereby certify the above tacts and fig
ures are correct
T. J. Irvine, Superintendent
Witness, W. G Watts.
At this rate the difference on one acre
would have been 342 lbs of seed cotton,
or 114 pound ol lint cotton.
Now figure 114 lbs at 8 cents and you
have $?.) 12 per acre in
FAVOU OF PERUVIAN GUANO
The Peruvian Guano used in above
test only analyzed 2 S7 per cent A monia
2.67 per cent ol potash anti 10 per cent
Phosphoric Acid, which was the lowest
grade sold last year.
I am now ofiering a limited quantity
ul Guano containing over
8 Per Cent of Ammonia
as well S per cent ol Phos. Acid and
over 2 per cent ol potash, which I be?
licve to he the finest cotton and corn
fertilizer that can be had today.
As there is only a limited quantity of
this Cargo remaining unsold it will be
necessary for me to t&ke your orders at
once, and I trust that all mylriends will
decide to try at least A KEW TONS OF
PERUVIAN GUANO THIS YEAR.
B. E. Moore,
Agent Marlboro & Scotland Counties
Dec. 22, 1904
Mere Yet. 1
WU KN YOU ARE IN NEED
- OF -
Or anything in my lino, don't
forget lo call on mo, at my place of busi
ness uear thc Atlantic Coa.st Line and the
Souboard Air Lia? Passenger Dcpols,
or write mc. Designs and Prices
furnished on application.
Phone No. 95.
.1 Vv\ MoELWEE.
January 2."), 1905.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County ol' Marlboro-Court of Com
LIDA DAVID ELLIOTT and MAUOAHKT
RUIIECCA BROWN, PloittiffH,
WILLIAM DAVID MCNAUL, Defondant,
Summons for Relief,
7 fi? n-r. 7 ' Wi>li".m D.-.vid Mc
i}})it iii :-. ?? !.. Summv <? ?nd ?otpiir
!.'?'. ' i uh ?? ; lihjitahu :.! tbisactidri,
? .-?<:.-h i, ;Vv ! '.. lb ifttco <.? Ui.i Clevie <,,!
rthe U'.i?ivt ?? . 1. ioii? H' abd '<.?
servo a copy ol your answer to the .said
,Couiplaio,t, on tho subscriber at II?H office
lin BENNETT.SVU?I.K, S. 0,, within
! twenty days after thc service hereof, ex
clusive ol'tho day ol'such service; and
, if you fail to answer thc complaint with
in the Mme aforesaid, tho plaintiffs in
? this notion will ripply to the Court for
?thc relief demanded in tho complaint.
Dated February sth, A, D., 1905.
I .S KA i.. I J. A. DRAKH, Clerk.
To the Defondant, William David McNaul,
nncl to A. M. McNaul, tho fathor of said
Please take uoiiee that tho Summons
in t'nis action, of which thc f'oregoinc is
\ copy, was filed in tho office of tho Clerk
of thc Court of Common Pleas at Ben
pottsville, in thc county ol-Marlboro in
tho Stile of South Carolina on thc Sth
day of February, A. J)., 1905.
Yon will further Take Notioo, That un
less you procuro tho appointment o? a guar
dia!! ad ?item to. appear and defend tbie
notion on behalf of thc Defendant, William
David McNaul, withiu twenty dayn from
tho sorvico of thc Summon? heroin upon
you, au application will be rundo to tbie
Court, or tho Preaidirg Judgo thereof, foi
an order appointing nomo mutable and com
petent person, guardian ad litom for said
defendant, William David McNaul, and au
thorizjog and directing him to appear and
.lefond tho above entitled action in behalf
of dnid defendant, William David McNaul,
ind for Rich other and farther relief aa
may bo proper.
Henncttsville, S. C.
Feb uary 8, 1905.
To Road Tax Payers.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, )
COUNTY OK MARLRORO. |
-In Court of County ComniihsionerB
LL TAXPAYERS within tho county ol
Marlboro, liable to road duty, aro
icrcby uolifiod and cautioned that a Coin
nutation of ONE DOHI.AK, if paid to the
Jounty Trpnmirer ou or bc-forc 15th day of
Match, will relievo each poison to payiair,
if tho poiformanco of road duty for tho
.oar in which paid. Thc County Trcaeu
cr will bo in his office or each day until
hen for tho pm pose of receiving said tax.
?ivory pcrnon liablo to road duty who fails
o pay f-aid commutation tax. on or beforj
bc 15th day of Mareil, will bo linb'o t)
lorform work on tho Public Roads, Eight
)a>'H, nt finch time and place ns required
>y tho Overnoor nppoiufed by this Doard,
iu 1 mob work will be required of each amt
very ono no failing to pay by tho 15th day
if Maroh. All pert-onB Hoeing thin notice
.ro rcipiCHtod to give thc Ramo nB much
Ulblicity h.-, pu ; ?.ililli.
M. E. COWARD, Co. Suporyieor,
J. T COVINGTON,
J. IC FLBTOtlER,
lld of Co. C'omm?BB?onera.
Fobruary S, 1005.
IV ARNING NOTICE.
AH persons arc hereby warned not to
rcspass in any manner upon the lands
nt the undersigned in any manner, by
tinting, fishing, hauling or pastuiing
tock or otherwise. A. W.McIntyre
J, 1'. McIntyre
January 5, 1905.
Ifhave for sale Succession Wakefield and Enrly Spring
* Cabbage Plants.fgrown in opon.air on sea coast from
seeds bongbt from tbe best and most reliable
Seedsmen in tbe United States ut tbe
following prices F. O. B.
Lots 1000 to 5000 $1.50 per M.
" 5000 to 1 OOO? SI -25.
liOtH of lOOOO gpeciul prices on Application.
g^T" Special Indncoments to Dealers. .jfgS
Any information va to tho cultivation ot Cabbage will be cheerfully
givon on application.
S. J. Humph, Adams Run, S. C.
Practical Pharmacist and Dealer in
rugs and patent Medicines
WE ?LS ? CARRY
STAN DA JU) M "iDICINES,
TOILET anti Fancy Articles,
J PAINTS, OILS,
f BRUSHES of till kitulB,
% VARNISH and STAINS.,
g PREPARED PAINTS,
BRUSHES, 8JFUIW1S8, AV1ND0W GLASS,
STATIONARY anti SUPPLIES | LAMPS, SHADES, Etc
FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO..
Prescriptions carefully compounded at ail hours\
and guaranteed to be of ike Purest Drug* and at \
A full line Garden Seed & Onion Sets.
Thankful for past patronage yours for a prosperous new year.
Jaanuiy 1. 1905
J. T, DOUGLAS.
AT THE OLD STAND
HARDWARE OP WM
Do you wannt the best Kay Press
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 BTJGG-Y, a WAG-ON
Vi ci O Ci S \J
STEBS, W- : v. m see me
1 Have lus*. R?i>,^itr?d ^wo Oar
?padll o..: BtTGCaES, One Gh:
W?iiU?J?, J?na IOU ??JTS Ot
*Mli of which 1 am going
It will be to your interest to see me before
buying any ot these.
Sent 8, 1904.
Our IKT^-^v T Hine
-THE DIRECT WAY
BENNETTS VILLE & CHER A W E. E.
S JE ./Z BOAM*
AIR LINE RAILWAY.
Tjoavo Benuettsville *7.05 a. m., 5.00 p. ru.
Arrive Ghera w fi. 10 p. m.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
* Direct connections at Clioraw with tlirough trains to
the North, East, South and Wost.
Thc short linc and quickest timo to Witminrttou, Charlotte. Atlanta,
Raleigh, Kichinond, Washington. Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York,
Boston. Buffalo, Pittsburg and all points North and East.
The fhort linc anl quickest limo to Columbia, Savannah, Jacksonville,
Tampa, Mo ntgomery, New Orleans and all points Som h ?ind West.
Foi further information call on J. T. MEDLIN; agent Bonnettsvillc &
Choraw R. M.. Uenncttsvillo, S. C., or address JOS. W, STEWART
T. P A., Si ?ABOARD AIR LINE RV., Columbia, S. C.
CHARLES 1?. STEWART, A. G. P. A , S.A L, Ry, Savannah, Ga.
Makes poor horses and mules fat without bloating. It
does this by first thoroughly cleansing the system ol
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 hair sheds, and thc new
coat is always sleek and glossy.
Ashcraft's Condition Powders arc packed in doses,
without "filler," and good for horses and mules only.
It is a most powerful tonic and appetizer, being the
formula; of a practical veterinarian of over a quarter A a century's
experience, ft is easily thc foremost remedy in its class on the
American market to-day. Price 25 cents package.
SMITH NEWTON, Bennettsville, S. C
MoCOLL DRUG CO., McColl, S. 0.
OFFICK Up Btaira Io Cr<>;<lut:d Bmldb g,
Phone J f i O.
JiBNNETT?VLLL^, ii. C.
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NEWTON & GAVINS,
Attornoys at Lair,
BBNNBTTSVILLE, SO. CA.
Offices Over planters National Baufe.
f& W. BOUCHIER,
A . Attorney at Law,
Bcnuottsvillo, S. 0.
Office on Durl/ngton street near Po&ia
relograpb office. January, 1899.
Attorney at Law and
Oflloo in Court IToune.
E. C. MORRISON,
Electrician . - Machinint,
BENNETTS VILLE, S. C.
P. O. BOX 98. PHONE ill.
Con (met or for Eloclrical work and dealer
in Licet neal supplies. Hot Air Pump
ing Eneines and Gap Logine.P installed,
Pipo?-fiitting and general uiaohine work.
August 20, 1903.
Specials at Moore's.
Canned Tripe 20c each or 2 for
Heinzs Pickle-frosh and good.
Fresh jelly-assorted-only 10.
Armour's Suusago in tomato
sauce only 10 cents. ?
Heinze's "White Wine Vinegar
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Roch IUI] Buggies.
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