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BEN1TETTSYILLE, S. 0.
?Y S. A. mtOWN & co.
O/Jlce on Marton^Street Opposite
Friday February 24, 1905. i
Our Town Gorvernment.
MAYOR-P. A Hodges
ALDERMEN-W P. Breeden, Jr, C. S.
Chaffin, A. Qr. Sinclair, W. W. Pato.
CLERK &VTREASURER-Milton Mc
Laurin. Office open daily.
POLICE-J. P. David, H. C. Miller.
Marlboro County Officers.
SHERIFF-J . B. Groen
CLERK OF CLERK-J. A. Drake
Ju DOE OF PROBATE-M. MoLaurin
CortONER-C P? Covington
SUPERVISOR- M. E. Coward
SOFT. Kp uc AT ION-W. L. Stanton
TREASURER-J. H. Thoma*
AUDITOR-Cha?. I. Sherri)).
SENATOR-Jo?Ima II. lludeno.
REPECHEN r?Ti VES-D. D. MCCOH, Jr.
W. W. l-l ute, J. P. Gillon
MAOISTAIES-C D. Easterling, T. L.
|!. !,. M. Lauiin, MoColl
?J?iiin A. Calhoun. Clio,
W. J. Atkinson, Blenheim,
D. DV Stubbs, Brightsville,
W. VV. Irby, Smithville. _
County Church Directory.
Bcnnettsville Circuit Appointments
REV. A. T. DUNLAP, P. C.
First Sunday-ll a. m., Pino Grove
3 p. m., Smyrna.
Second Sunday, ll a.m. McColl.
3 p. m, Beauty Spot,
Third Sunday-ll a, m., Pine Grove,
3 p. m, Smyrna
Four Lb Sunday, ll a. m. McColl,
3 p. m. Beauty Spot.
Blenheim Circuit Appointments.
KEV. W. B. BAKER P. O.
^irsl Suuday, Hebron ll a. m:
Ebenezer 3.3') 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. H. SUULER, r. c.
Olio-Preaching c\ery Sunday morning
?t 11 o'eloek. Epworth League Sun
day night at S o'eloek. Sp&da? MJOOOI
nt 10 a.*'?Z.v W. A' llinshaw, Supt.
Prayer meeting Monday night at 8.
Beniah -Preaching every Sunday aft at
4 o'clock. Sunday Behool at 3. It.
North Marlboro Circuit.
REV. J. N. WRIGHT, P. c.
First Sunday, Oak Grove, 10.30 n m.
i hiri1~r.?i ?'-iy. T? >. Ttt?j s-3 ?; 1
IMunfaiit (IV j. ;> -v.
UaK Wtuvo, n ju y. Ok.
F.urth Sunday, Ebenezer 11 a m.
Shiloh, 3 30 p, m.
Bcnnettsville Church Directory
METHODIST-T. E. MORRIS. P. C.
Sunday school 3 30 p. m. Preaching at
11.00 a rn, and 7.30 p. m. Prayer meet
ing Wednesday evening at 8.00 o'clock.
Superintendent Sunday achool, Phil. A.
BAPTIST-Rev. Rufus Ford, Pastor.
Buuday school at 10.00. Preaching Sun
day nt 11.00 a. m., and 7.30p. m. Prayer
meeting Thursday evening ai 8 o'clock.
Superintendent of Sunday school, H. W
PRESBYTERIAN-Bunyan McLeod Ph.
D . Pastor. Sorviees every Sabbath
(summer) ll a. m. and 8 p. m.; (winter)
l l a. m. an l 7-30 p. m- Prayer meeting
Thursday 5 p. m. Seats free. Strangers
cordially invited. Sunday school every
Sunday 10 a. m. Superintendent, J. T.
Dudley. All parents and children mado
welcome at thc school.
EPISCOPAL-Rev. C. W. Boyd, Rector,
Preachiug evory second and fourth Sunday
at II a. m., and 7.30 p. m. Sunday
Behool at 9.30 a. m. Dr. J. A. Kidson,
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. LeGrand, C. C.
C. D. Easterling, K- of R. & S.
MARLBORO LODGE NO. 88, meets at
Bcnnettsville, Friday evening, on or bc?.
fore each full moon at 8 o'clock.
J. F. Kinney, W. M.
II. E. Stockton, Secretary.
County Masonic Directory.
MARLBORO CHAPTER NO. 30 lt. A.
M., me :?s at Bcnnettsville on the second
Friday of each month.
J. P. Kinney, H. P.
IL E. Stockton, Secretary.
EUKEICA LODGE No. 43, A. P. M.,
meets at McColl, each Saturday after
noon, hef'orc thc full moon,at 4 o'clock.
AURORA LODGE No. 33, A. F. M.,
meets at Clio, Saturday on or ofter each
full moon at 3 o'clock, p. m.
J. T. Stanton, W. M.
T. A. Covington, Secretary.
gi. . . _ . -_?
FIE Business recently known as thc
C?.IO NOVELTY" MANUFQTU?
RING CO . will hereafter ho known as
THE ChlO NOVELTY MANUFAC
TURING WORKS, with F. H. IVEY
sole owner and director,
Tim latest improved wood working
machines nre being placed for doing nil
kinds of Novelty work for builders uso at
. Mr. P. A. Hodges is agent at Bonnotts
Villo nnd will tafeo your urdoro.
Dot 23, 1903. I
Mr. S. J. Mclnnis has been
very sick with a severe cold.
iv Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Moore bas
been quite sick with Lagrippe.
Master Raymon Pearson weet
home sick from school Tues
Miss Shuler Cooper has '>een
quite sick with an attack of la
Mr. J. Levina of Kollock was
down Tuesday. No news in his
Mr. W. D. Driggers of Smithville
was down Tuesday. No news in
We regret to learn that Mrs J.
R. Townsend of Blenheim lies
We regret to learn that Mrs.
Bunyan McLeod has been quite
sick with lagrippe.
Mr. S. P. Wright, a farmer
who raises his own supplies,
called to see us Monday.
Mr. W. L. Stanton is visiting
tho schools in tho lower part of
the county this week
Mr. D. P. McQuage, of Hebron
was up Wednesday und made us
Wo regret to report that Mas
ter Julius Paison, eldest son of
Dr, J A Paisou is critically ill.
Mr. W. H. Redfern of the
Charlotte News was here Tues
day, making new friends.
Mr. J. H, Covington of Heb
ron was up Saturday and made
us a call. No special news.
Mr. J. W. Griggs, of Smith
ville, was down Wednesday and
called. No news in his section.
Misses Maggie Stubbs and
Ellen Odom, of Brightsville have
boen visiting relatives in Cheraw
the past week.
Mr. J. T. Medlin, a hustling
farmer of Brownsville, was up
Friday and called. Nothing do
ing in his section.
Mr. J. Earnest Covington, who
has been spending a week with
his belter half, over in Sumter,
has returned homo
Our faithful Express Messen
ger, Mr. James T. Eason, has
been real sick at home this week
willi a large "hoir' on his ueck.
Mr. James Mckinnon, a pro
gressive farmer of Hebron was
Gip Fridav. The cold weather
has prevented Iiis usual early
Rev. Bunyan McLeod and bis
wife spent Saturday and Sun
day in Columbia, where the Doc
tor delivered a sermon Sunday
night lo the Pythians of Colum
bia at the Washington street M.
uuwvt im. ouves your mottled ano
saves you money.
Write McColl Hdw. Co. McColl
and get prices.
There will be meetings held in
the several Townships ot the coun
ty on Wednesday next at ll a'ru.,
to finish the work ot organization
und enrollment and to elect 10
delegates to a county conven lion
to be held March 8th. These
meetings are important and every
farmer in the county should feel
interested and he prompt in atten
dance. Pass the call to your neigh
bors, that none be left out.
Public la Arou30d
'Hie public is aroused to a knowledge
of tlie curative merits of that great med
icinal tonic, Electric Bitters for sick Hiern
ach, liver und kidneys Mary II Wallers,
of 546 St Clair Ave-, Columbus O ,
writes "For several months 1 wasgiven up
to die. I had fever and ague, my nerves
were wrecked; 1 couM not sleep, and my
stounieh was so weak, from useless doctois
druss, that I could not eat. ?Soon after
beginning on Electric Hi.tors I obtained
relief, and in a short time I was entirely
eured." Cuiranteed at J. T. Douglas'
Drug Store. Price 50c.
WANTED-To write your Fire
Insurance. For a small sum let
us carry the RISKS for you. You
can can't afford to take chances
Absolute xirotection we ofter.
CROSLAND & TYSON.
"The Insurance Men."
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
E TATH OK JACKSON STOIIIIS.
HAVING filed in tho Probate Judge's of
fue cf Marlboro county my fluni rc
tum UH Executor of thc Estate of jackson
Siubbs, Notiec is pi ven that I will apply to
said Court of Probate on thu iotb day of
Mm cb 1905 for Letter Diemissory ns Exe
cutor of suid Est uto
D. D. McCOLL, Executor.
February loth, 1905
VOTH'E in hereby given that the hooks
?* of Registration is now open and wi 1
remain open until IO days preceding the
ucx i General Town Klee inn for the pur
pose of Registering all qualified voters to
vote in 'f.iwn IC dion to he held on the
second Tuesday in April 1905, being tho
111ti day ol' sai l mouth. Thc following
i? the qualification : Two veurs in tho
Slate, I'2 mouths in tho county and sixty
days in th" town
Il P. MILLER.
Supervisor ol' Registration
for Town of Hcunettsville.
January 127. 1905.
FARM FOR SALE.
300 Acres, eight room Dwelling and
all necessary outbuildings, lencing, etc.
Three miles from Darlington and hall
mile from Railroad. Telephone and
daily mail delivery.
O. J. IVIILIalWG.
R. F. D. No. 3. Darlington, S. C.
TOWN AND COUNTY NSWB.
- Road Taxes cannot td paid
after March 1st.
- Snow sleet and rain since
- We return thanks to John
Washington for favors
- Marlboro farmers can begin
in March and make all they
- We have had snow three
Friday's in February. Hope we
will miss to-day,
- Farmers use peruvian guano
plant less cotton, and make more
peas and corn,
Hebron School celebrated
Washington's birthday with elab
orate exercises and the erection
of a pretty monument.
Maine Grown Seed Irish Po
tatoes-all varieties, at
W. M. Rowe.
- The ground is thawing-per
haps we can plant sometning
next week, but the Almanac says?
we shall have hard weather until
- Thoso who prefer paying
roadtax should call on the county
treasurer and get his receipt.
See notice of comraissjrrJear mo-~.<
- Never mindparching parties \
as long as W P/fntry, bub though m
your orders fomented o his body ht
Jf nothing could bo re
- Try a Cane stream was gre
-they are finecpuut of the recent n
A, t Wflf8> and not until Th
. was lt possible tc t
The wayfaring institute a thoro
fool eau tell t.:nt the.
money in ten acres iu <i??i? aboutj
ten cents than in twenty acres at
5 cents.-Edgefield Advertiser.
- You will not dread tho sound
of the fire bell if you have an in
surance policy on fnrniture,
goods, store or residence with J.
If you want a fine Hair Dresser
go to McLicndon Bros barber
Waddill can sayo you money
now on Furniture. Bead 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 be given.
VW*Fresh sausage, eggs, ham,
fish at C. B. Hubbard's
- Weatherly's Big Depart
ment Store want's your attention
- Guns and shells at C. B.
- Special attention is asked to
the advertisement of the Plau
'? : .1 [hil if ill ih'ii !>:... I
; l'on koop wi at hair .you
.... ? will Hprplotde.
Mc. judon Bro
ia oficn Mosed by sores, ulcer*, and can
ec?a, that out awayyour skin. Wm Bedell,
of Flat Kock, Mich . says: ''I hive used
Bucklen's Arnica Salvo for Ulcers, Bore*,
and Caucers. It *s the best healing dress
ing I ever l'ouud." Soothe* aud heals cuts
burua and scalds 25c at J, T. Douglas'
drug ?-torc: guaranteed
Dont let your hair fall out go
to the white barber shop and buy
a bottle of Herpicide.
- You can always get what
you wart in Fruits, Vegetables,
and Etc., at W. M. Rowe's
A Touching Btory
is the saving from death of the baby girl
of Geo A. lOyler. Cumberland, Md. Ile
write?: "At thc age ot' ll months, our
little girl was in dcoliomg health, with
serious Throat Trouble, and two phy#ie?
ians gave her up. We were almost in des
pair, when we resolved to try Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds. The fir.-t bottle nato relief;
after taking four bottles ?he wa? entirely
cured, and is now in perfect health.'*
Never fails to relieve and euro a cough or
cold. At J. T. Bouidas dru? store; 50c
nud $1.00 guaranteed. Trial bottles free.
J. D Bunyan, of Butbrville; O , laid
thc peculiar disappearance of his painful
symptoms ol' indigestion and biliousness
to Dr. King's New Life Pills. He says:
".They arc a perfect remedy, for dizziness
sour stomach, headache, constipation otc.
Guaranteed at J T. Douglas' drug store,
NEW BOARDING HOUSE.
Mr. J. M. Howell has leased
the house recently run by Mr. Sim
Moore near tho railroad and has
reopened to the public a home for
the tired and hungry seeking reBt.
Kates reasonable, and close to
yyE ARE IN IT1
Heavy and Fancy Groceries and
a full line of Canned Goods,
Pickles, Sauces and Dainties,
Candies, Cakes and Fruits.
Tobacco and Cigars
A nice line of Gloves, Hosiery,
Heavy Underwear for mon and
women, and many Novelties
Needfuls in the notion line
? 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
W> 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. Bennotisville, S. C.
_ u ?ggaar^
Preaching services at Presbyterian
Church Sunday Ila. m. and 7: 30 p. m
HuMe?t for evening "Night eoeno ai |
Bethel*" AU are invited to attend.
There will be no services at St Paul's
Episcopal church next Sunday morning
but survices ?viii be held there on Sunday
evening at 8 o'clock, by Bishop 8trange
?if Wilmington, N. C. who comes in placo
of Bishop Capore. who has gone to Floi s
ida to regain his health.
The hour for evening services at tbe |
churches is now 7.30 o'clock.
Prayer meeting at tho Baptist church |
every Thursday evening at 7 30.
Prayer meeting at the Methodist church ]
every Wednesday at 7.30 p. m.
Prayer meeting at Presbyterian church j
Thunda/ evening at 7 30.
The hour for Sunday School at thal
Methodist ohuroh haa been ohaocod to j
4.00 o'clock in the afternoon.
The Epworth League Prayer mcoting
M held every Wednesday evening in tho
Sunney school room of tbe Methodist
ohuroh at 8 o'clock. The paulie invited.
MARION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS.
FIRST ROUND-E. P. TAYLOR, P. K.
Olio and Boniah, Feb 18, 19
Bennottsville ct, McOoll, Feb 25, 26.
Beonottaville ?&M0C0II Milln Feb 25, 26
Brownsville, Bethlobom, Mah 4
' rlboro. Pleasant UiU 4< II, 12
U Worth let"?- " ?. J3
1 18, 19
Hon IT ike Smith, A. ?. 17, 19.
Dear Sir: In purs
tion passed hy the
the Southern Co.1?
in session lo.
HAS N? SUBSTITUTE
Toe gallant ohief whose g'orious name
Doth still udoi n r 1?.? Book of Fame;
W hose deeds sha!! live while freeman prize
Tho cause tor which tho Patriot die,
Lom? to ColuinhU war's! thou bo
The beacon light of Liberty.
-Rev. Di O Crowley.
- Remember the township
meeting next Wednesday and tell
your neighbors to attend. It may
prove money in your pocket be
fnro tho year is ont.
- Special -1 '! ti ti ?or ls tish . ..!.
to tho Card of the Sothorti dot
ton Oil Cc-., tn ap?tlV?i\o???mu^
They arac?i?g fill ?iU orders
auu accommouate tue ninmus.
DON'T FORGET, when you
need gorden seeds, The Bennotts
ville Pharmacy haa a well selected
stock of good fresh seeds, and will
be pleased to fill your wants.
Everything bought of us gives
UCT" A "Fire Policy" on your
Home means contentment, com
fort and protection. See us today
CROSLAND & TYSON
"The Insurance Men."
Remember Your Bead.
Wc invite speoiul ut ention ti the
advertisement td' the Bt-11 net ts v illc
Maride Works 11 * hi- paper. Call and
see samples, or write them.
- Fresh lot of D. M. Ferry's
Garden Seeds at W. M. Rowe's
For larly Gardens.
Elsewhere in this issue you have the
announcements of three Truck Farm,
ersall prepared lo supply choice vari?
ties of Cabbage plants, etc, at low
prices. If yo i wu 111 lu get ahead of
tho censor. Bend in your orders at once
and secure choice 1 lunts.
Cheap Hoad Ir.ir.
The Democrat and the Semi
weekly Atlanta Journal one year
The Democrat und 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
Democrat one year for ?1,75.
Flowers 1 Flowers !
Mrs. Jno S. Moore has a line
lot of Geraniums Begonias
Ferns, Palms and o:her plants,
well rooted, that she desires to
sell Cuttings 25e per dozen.
Specials at Waddi I I's
Karpen Sterling Largo Arni Rockers
at $30. Couches ut $-10 At other stores
thus'; goods arc priced ut 40 und $50
Don't forget our special salo in Art
Squares, Rugs. Porkers and Kelt
C. W. WADDI'LI*
? _ i ?- -_- -Ul-J-U
Horses Do Get Sick.
When a horses and mules are poor
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 ol lood eaten that makes muscle
and fat. More depends upon thc prop
er digestion or assimilation ol the food
than is commonly supposed. Nothing
has yet been discovered that will build
up a horse or mule better than Ash
crab's Condition Powders, thc only
remedy in its class sold under a guar
antee. Ask Mr. Smith Newton, Ren
nettsville, tor it-the kiud put up in dos
es. And McColI Drug Co., McColl. S,
HAVE YOUR HOME GROWN CABBAGE,
Cabbage Plants, All Varieties.
Prieoa: I OOO @ $l.?O, G000@ $1.25 per 1000, 10000 @
1000. Shipped C. O. D. if desired. Plants
> at your Express Office in good condition.
Write for Merchants' Prices.
, Beans, Sweot Potatoes. Ana Turnips in Season.
Irdai shipment ol' Toiuntoe Plants, Sea islaud Cotton Seed
\. ? ' Potato Draws should be booked iu advunco.
JRS.- Ray Oeraty,
Youngs' Island B.C.
90" WASHER SAVI?8 WOMENS LIVES,
) E s 3WIFE : Your attention please.
Ill 3HTN? YOUR LIFE AWAY, or tho lifo ol MU* other woman,
i ho Iii of Your Clothes, hy usina on OLD WASH BOARD. Lay aside |
?ard and buy > ou a "?0t)0" Washer.
on u Wi
mic Tub lull of el.vhes .1HST AS EASY and JUST AS QUICK
it, nod a good doal easier, and quicker tlion you nostibly can wath
It washes all kinds ana
grades of materials,
from the Quest L:iccs
lo thc coarsest fabiic
TEAR, or Breaking
It is guaranteed to do
l\ ii i
p%\ 4H PCRFECT WORK>
/,N%?K V> A TRIAL wi!
^^Saa^Aj all vye claim.
half the work and worry, with moro than Half tho WEAR, and
ithcB, can ho saved In every homo th it luisa "190U" Washer
particulars, or for pl ices and cutftlocue, write or call on
The oVScOoli Hardware Co.,
ays in Stock. M o C O L L , S. C.
Agett?for this Territory
Ulli I l?iUV? il iill?l/1
?Y eOMIMG TO OUR STORE to Buy anything in
[In gs, Chemicals, Drug Sundries, Toi'et Articles,
We carry a full stock of Pure Drugs,
mdard Proprietary Medicines, Toilet Articles,
Combs, Brushes, Sponges, Etc.
uko OUR STORE n ncuefiftity to tho community, by keeping
t in ono lino thny demand. Shuni I wo f.:il to hive wbut
nt make it known ami wc will fccl il tor you.
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS to lill Wu lu.ike a ppcciaUy of
tb ia w'oik
? . ?, MATTHEWS, Mgr.
.'- ANT w the most modern in this state, and
i using the most up to dato methods in the
<f work sent us That's one reason why we
atrons linen. Send us your nixt Bundle.
LAURENS Ml LAUNDRY.
LAURENS, 8. C. M
^owers, Agt, m
ennettsville, S. C. ||
( F SCHEDULE
ir Liue RAILWAY.
T Vir Lino Hy Fched
uh IJ :i on January 1 Olli.
Tr raw,S. (J., ns follows:
N? No 66 at 8.05 a. m.
No 60 at 9:24 p. m.
So No 57 at 8:05 a. rn.
No 27 at 10:40 p. ni.
i ! 1 o mid Cheraw II.
R. u lettsvillc nt 7.05 a
m., No 6(5 and No 57.
tiain leaving Ren
ne m. gives Bennetts
vi. opportunity to take
tu am No 27.
B] HUNGRY !
n und yon want u (j-ood
t.cr wo eui nerve yon.
for 25c. Roiitaurnnt
rSTERS in ?very s vie.
i: ra lady or Gouts
co oi Bluo with 2'S in
wi ubbor tires.
S. J. P?arsov.
in the truck business
re again prepared to
mitts fur E:irly ami
<" Cabbage Plants
. iown to experienced
iwn in open air near
ll stand sevoro cold
lOoO F.O R. here
pi ices'on larger lots
ked in light baskets
I), when in ney does
b r?. We guarantee
\ Irega all orders to
V?LS & SON,
Meg etts, S. C.
S & A RN ET r,
. 3reen Pond, S. (J.
Bennettsvilje & Cheraw Railroad
iga -yr- ssas if ag v v v' Soir
-NEW SC ll EDI'LU -
Commencing Mon Jay Sept. 12, 1 *J(>4,
and until Curl her notice?, trains between
Cb craw und Renne tinville sviil be operated
o:i ibu following rchcdulCi daily except
WEST ItoUND FROM BENNETTSVILLE
THAIN TRA ??"
No. I. No. 3.
Lv licnneltsvillo 7 t)"> u in ? 00 p m
Ly Islay 7 Ll II tn 5 15 p in
Lv Mudclioo 7 20 a ni 5 20 p ni
Lv Everett's 7 30 a tn 5 35 p DD
Lv 11 Ly 7 35 a ni 5 -IO p tn
Lv Kr? N 7 40 a in 5 15 p tn
A i rive Kollock 7 45 u tu 5 55 j? m
Arrive (Mioraw fi IO p iii
KA KT BOUND FROM CIIBRAW.
No. 2. No. I
Lv Cheraw ? 25 p ni
Lv Kol lock S IO II m it 35 p m
IJV PIUS'S S 20 a ni lu p m
Lv I thy s 30 a ni 45 p iii
l.v li ve rc t S 40 a tu 0 50 p u>
Lv Madeline S ">u a ni 0 55 p m
Lv M.'?y ll 00 II m IO no p in
Ar. I? .iinoHMvillff U 15 n ni 10 15 p in
AT BBNNRTTSUII.I.K-The POU di buut>d
?unruhig train* on A. O. L. connecta with
train No i. Train No 2 oonucota with A
(J L local freight north und ?outh bou d
AT K0M.OCK-Train Non 1 and 2 c<>n
ncct with north and BOU th bound H. A I.,
AT ( llkRAW-.Traill N J 3 oonnnjt with
i.fi th und Hotilh bon nd H A. L trniiiH,
und train No 4 connect*) with ne.rth bound
| S AI, train*
|'J*. T. Medlin, J. F Everett,
Tridllc ,Me,r. Superintendent.
Prepared for tho Work.
Mr. S. J. Pearson, the Jeweler, has
now one of ibo latest improvements
for t ngrnvhif! your name or initmls
on suv article of gold or silver or
plato in the most up-to date manner.
The samples of work already done by
him arr just fine Cal! and see him.
A full line of II J Heinas Co.
Pickles Preserves, Ketchups, San
ces, Jellies &c. at
AV. M. Rowe's.
Of Bennettsviile, S. C.
Resources and Capital
Protection to Depositors
Our service in every Department is Modern and Saiislaciory. interest aHpvV.cd
by agreement on all time Deposits. Our customers interests carclully and con?
fideniially looked alter. New Depositors will receive like consideration.
We solicit your account.
??.B. DRAKE, Jr., Cashier. A. J. MATHESON, President.
September i, 1904.
Winter is not yet ?ver
and we are offering
bargains in goo?S?
We will help y
offset the low
of cotton and save
Come and see.
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M HANDLE BttGMIMOO
?.< >$< >i< >%< >?< >i< >U >U '
NO USE TO WORRY, BUT COMK RIGHT ON TO
Dry G-oods, Clothing, Shoes, JN3 otions ^
And Fancy Groceries-!
5?J3T Fresh Water Grouud MEAL and HOMINY a specialty.
We Keep a full line in each Department and will fi.l your Wanta in each
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
When you come to Tosvu call and see us. Phone orders in town delivered
-Near I v tg]
?US W W.< f;'OT.i'47.??.
persons are Ii...warned not to
trespass in any manner upon Inna's be
lunging to or ia possession of tho under
-igoed in Marlboro county either by wr
mg, fishing, hunting, haulii jr, cutting, or
dlowing stock to run at large.
J osen!) L. McColl,
J. W. Jackson*
December, 27, 1904.
While handling a gun thnt was out of
.nier is usually the story. Now. iii
.rder to prevent accidental killing
md to be sure mid kill when you
. ant to, I have employed nu expert
'jtinsmith from Charleston, S. C., who
luis my gun repairing department in
charge, We are prepared to do any
kind of Gne gun repniring iu factory
*rder. Give us a trial and you will
'?e convinced that we are prepared to
e you satisfaction in price, work
manship and promptness
S. J. PEARSON,
- We are headquarters for
Butter and Cheese. We keep
nothing but the very best, and
guarantee both to suit you or
re fand your money.
W. M. Rowe.
SALB OF REAL ESTATE.
I oller lor sale my larm situated about
. mc mile north ol lt ed Springs, N-(J-,
containing 127$ acres-about 75 acres
cleared. There is a very good 3 room
1 welling house on ihe pi ?mises. Kor
Hirther particulars, please wtite to me
tl ljumberton. N. C. Persons desiring
lo look over this land cari do so by ma*
king application to Mr. J, Purcell. Red
Springs. 1 also oller for sale two build
ing lots in the Town ol Red Springs,
containing ball acre each.
A. W. MCLEAN.
Oct 27, 1904. liUtiibcrton, N. (J.
Town Tax Notice
THE Town Books will bo opened for ool
lection of tnzas on Real E?tato and
IVrsont.l Property on October ist and dos.
Dec 31 1904 after which tho penalty wi 1
be added and collected. Tho lovy ?B OB fol
Current Fxpcupea IS ote on 8100
Int on R. R. Bouda 21 cte on $100
Si- king Fund R. R. 5 ots on $tfo
Int Elcotrio Light Ronda 14 cte on $icb
Sinking fund E L Bonds 4 eta on $ico
Total 59 ots on $ico
Uy order of tho Cennoil
MILTON M CL AU KIN, Clerk.
Sept 21 I004.
?ggn Read every page,
Yes, read every Hue,
For by this gauge
It may pay for time.
IF BROKEN HEARTS
could bo mt rd. d as ocal ly, qui kly un 1
thoroughly na wo can repair jen- Jewelry,
thtro would ho va son o iv i.? tile tybi Iii.
No matter whether it bc a watch, a raig,
a tecklaco or a
dear from association neerin repairing,
?bring it to ni, and it will bo mended io
you cannot tell it from new. Oar special y
i? Watch repairing Tiring it here and have
I it done honestly, expon ly and cheaply.
S. J. PEARSON,
One door North P. O.
Iain now hotter prr-parrd than ever tn
picas; even thc most fastidious ?n
TONSORIAL WORK I guarantca catir
faction in Shaven, Iluir-cuin, Shampoos
and MassogiB. I have a now Electtiu
liuttcry for raatBagCB, bud eau treat, tho
facen of Gentlemen mid Ladies in ll u
mont up to ilale mariner.
I i olieit your patronage
J". A. CRACE.
Marion ntreet 'Bet: tmttn ville. S. f?
J. H, RUBBEKL
H OU S S PAINTER
And. Paper Hanger!
Hard Wood [finisher, liest Lend md
Oil luroiahcd. Estimates ehcei fully
given. All work guurautccd io bo
?The Kussel Wagons.
Mr. P. A. Hodges i.s open ii g a tr.r
I bf these durable wagons-one ai d
twO-horte, every one ol them gunn: ..
?teed against any defect iii roateii; 1
R. T. BARFIELD*
UNDERTAKER und EMBAill?E.
Cit wi cs in Stach
A full lino of Coules mid Mftn'lc Gindie ta
all P:Z -a ned btylc-. 'S)Cm $.\ to ?;'.)0o.
I have thia QOCBI iii-f i;t Cloth ri ri Motal-'u
C&skoU carried l<v u;y hensc in S O.
In tho lot ih ab rx: ct dup.ieato of th i
Cnfikcf tn v?hloh Pr'coidt iit iii Kinley
WIIR laid to 11 Ht,
?QT' Funerala Rirvcd with HEARSE i.i.y
where in Ihe o un'y.
AIMI a full Hub bf DiMnfrcfftOtF.
Phone 4S ('/mi Doy and h'itj.t
BENNETTS Vt IXE. ?. C.