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BENNETTSYILLE, S, 0.'
BY S. A. UKO WK A CO.
Office on Marion Street Opposite
Friday. Marok 3, 1805.
Our Town iJorvernment.
MAYOR-P. A. Hodges
ALDERMEN-W P. Breeden. Jr, C. 8.
Chaffin, A. G. Sinclair. \V. W. Pate.
CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc
laurin. Office open daily.
PoLtcE- J. P. David, H. C. Miller.
Marlboro County Officers.
SHERIFF-J. 13. Green
CLERK OF CLERK-J. A. Drake
JUDGE OF PROBATE-M. MoLaurin
CORONER-C. P. Covington
SUPERVISOR-M. B. Coward
SUPT, EDUCATION-W. L. Stanton
TREASURER-J. H. Thoruap
AUDITOR-('has. I. Shot rill.
SENATOR-Jo>hua II. Hudson.
I?EPRK.KPN TATIVK.S-O. D. MeColl, Jr.
W\ W. Bruce, J. P. Gibson
MAOISI'AI BI-C. D. Eastcrliug, T. L.
ll. L. McUurin, McOoll
John A. Calhoun. Clio,
W. J. Atkinson, Bleuhoim,
D. D. Stubbs, Briphtsvillo,
W. W. Irby, Smithvillo.
County Church Directory.
Bennetisville Circuit Appointments
REV. A. T. DUNLAP, P. C.
first Sunday-lia. m., Pine Grove"
3 p. m., Smyrna.
Socoud Sunday, 11a.m. McColl.
3 p. m, 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.
REV. W, B. BAKER P. O.
??"trst Sunday, Hebron ll a.m.
Ebenezer 3>3U p. m.
Socoud Sunday, Parnassus lia..
Zion 3.30 p. m.
Third Sunday, Hebron 11 n. m.
Ebenezer 3.30 p. m.
Fourth Sunday Parnassus 11 a. m.
j Zion 3.30 p. m.
di. SHULER, P. C.
Clio-PriWjng o\cry Sunday morning
nt ll ocTunk. Epworth League Sun
day night nt 8* o'clock. Sunday school
at 10 a. m. W, A. Hinshaw, Supt.
Prnyer meeting Monday night at 8
Boolah -Preaching overy Sunday aft at
4 o'clock. Sunday school at 3. lt.
North Marlboro Circuit.
TJFV. T- vr WUTGIIT. p. c.
fir.-i SuWds; . Oak Oro to,
i'r.ll-:'.I'.! ll ,i I-.'. 't 1 ,
A< ; U0,,C, s ... P.
f'O'oud Sun-Airy; d':!tioh ??? ft. ri?.
F.beni yr p. ti
2,'uiid ^U-J-J , - _ 1 .
Plen?ant Hill 2 30 p. m.
Oak Grove, 4 30 p. tn.
F m i h Sunday, Ebenezer 11 a m.
Shiloh, 3 30 p, m.
Bennetisville Church Directory
METUOD?ST-T. E. MORRL,. P. C.
Sunday school 3 30 p- m. Preaching at
11.00 a m. and 7.30 p.m. Prayer meet
ing Wednesday eveuing at 3.00 o'clock.
Superintendent Sunday school, Phil. A.
BAPTIST-Rev. Rufus Ford, Pastor.
Sunday school at 10.00. Preaching Sun
day at 11.00 a. m., and 7.30 p. m. Prayer
meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Supe'rintendcut of Sunday school, H. W
PRESBYTERIAN-Bunyan McLeod Ph.
D , Pastor. Service-? every Sabbath
(summer) 11 a. ra. nud 8 p. m.: (winter)
ll u. m. and 7 30 p. in. Prayer meeting
Thursday 5 p. m. Seats free. St rangers
cordially invited. Suuday school every
Sunday 10 a. m. Superintendent, J. T.
Dudley. All parents aud children mada
welcome at the school.
EPISCOPAL-Rev. C. W. Boyd, Rootor,
Preaching ovory Hccoud nod fourth Sunday
at II a. m., und 7.30 p. m. Sunday
aahool at g.30 a. m. Dr. J. A. Faiaon,
Directory of Benne.ttsville 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. Easterling, K. of R. & S.
MARLBORO LODGE NO. 88, meets at
Bennettsvillc, Friday evening, on or bo*
toro each full moon at 8 o'clock.
J. F. Kinney, W. M.
II. E. Stockton, Secretary.
County Masonic Directory.
MARLBORO CHAPTER No. 30 R. A.
M., meets at Bennettsvillc on the second
Friday of each month.
J. F. Kinney, II. P.
II, E. S'~ckton, Secretary.
EUREKA LODGE NO. 43, A. F. M.,
meets at McColl, each Saturday after
noon, before the full moon,at 4 o'olook.
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. Covingtou, Secretary.
THE Business reenntly known as ?ho
01.10 NOVELTY" MANUFCTU
RlNG CO , will hereafter bc known as
THE OLIO NOVELTY MANUFAC
TURING WORKS, with F, H. IVEY
?sole owner and dircotor,
The latest improved wood working
'mnobincs arc being placed for doing all
.kinds of Novelty work for huildora uso at
Mr. P, A. Hodges is agent nt Bennetts
.7ille and will take your orders.
Oat 23, 1903.
Mr. M. Mittie is now in New
I York, buying his spring Stock.
Mr. Walter Jones of R.>d Hiil
was up Saturday and made us a
Mr. H. H. Hubbard of Brights
ville was down Friday and called.
No special news,
Mr. Welcome McCall, now of
_ McGoll was here Friday and call
' ed to see us.
Mr. J. L. Odom of Lester was
down' Saturday. He has potato
slips for sale.
Mr. Lock McLaurin of Red
Bluff was up Monday and made
us a pleasant call.
Miss Eunice Ford, who has
been teaching, has returned home
for a short vacation.
Mr. S. J. Pearson the jeweler,
went lo bcd with attack of grip
Miss Daisy Mittle left Thurs
mornin<r on a visit to Washing
ton Ballimore and New York.
Mr. J. J. Jones of Hebron
was up Monday and cailed. No
special news in his section.
Mr. J. A. Stubbs of Brights
ville was down Saturday. He
reports "Mumps" raging in his
Dr. Joseph Newton of Adams
ville was down Monday and call
ed. The plows in his section
have begun work.
Mr. John A. Stewart, who has
been quite sick at home for some
days with grip was able to get
Mr. John W. Quick of Smith
ville was down Tuesday and very
handsomely remembered ye edi
tor. He was just out from a spell
of grip and looking feeble
Adding To His Land.
Mr. J. J. Pearson hsa purchas
ed the land adjoining his known
ns the "Coxe ' lani. On the tract
is a quantity of good timber,
which made u valuable addition
to Mr. Pearson's already large
Married on Wednesday afternoon,
February 8th. 190."). at 3 o'elock, at
the residence of thebride\? parents, by
Kev. E. .M. McKissick, ol llrightsville
charge, Mr. Francis M Stanton ami
M ii 8 Mary Haskew, daughter of Mr.
and M ra J. A. Haskew, of Brights
After the ceremony was over nod
congratulations tendered, the bridal
party and guests were given a royal
collation by tho bride's pareuts which
hinted until the shades of night were
drawn over the scene. The happy
nip' .....re thc ri'cipi?mtjB of mm?v
;rfOi! HS. i iltif.? .'. g?'tfl lr.;!.' ; : U t;.!.<.
pieuge i u ju.mi, looa cotton iuiu
use less fertilizers this year or
not, we know some who will
and who are proving it by sel
ling oil' some of their stock:
One large fanner in Smithville
sold 8 mules last week. A big
crop of hog and hominy next
fall will help every farmer to
keep his cotton oil* the market if
prices doirt suit.
Every Family Needs One.
If you would be independent of
lazy help get, one of those Clothes
Washers now advertised in the
Democrat. Saves your clothes and
saves you money.
Write MeColl Hdw. Co. McColl
and get prices.
g3?F? Now that you are holding
your cotton, let us insure it
against fire-it represents your
year's work. We protect you
for n few dollars.
CROSLAND & TYSON.
"The Insurance Men."
Public ia Arouaod
Tho public is aroused to a knowledge
of the curativo merits ol' that great med
icinal tonie, Electric Bitters for sick str.m
aeh. liver and kidneys Mary ll Walter.?,
ol' 54C St Clair Ave.. Columbus (J.,
writes "For several mouths I was given up
to die. I had fever and ague, my nerves
were wrecked; 1 could not sleep, and my
stomach was HO weak, from useless doctors
drud's, that I could not eat. Soon niter
bevin ni og on Kleetrio Hiders I obtained
relief, and itt a short time I was entirely
pured." Gu'irantced at J. T. Douglas'
Drug Store. Price 50c
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
E TATE OK JACKSON Brunna.
HAVING filed in tho Probato Judga'a of
fice of Marlboro county my final re
! turn OH Executor of ino rotate of [Jackuun
Siubba, Noti'-e is given that I will apply to
nail! Court of Probate on the loth day of
Maich 1905 for Letter D?8iu?BSoxy as Exo
cutor of t.'ml Iv tuti!
D. D. McCOLL, Executor.
February loth, 1905.
OTICK i? hereby given that the hooke
of Registration is now open and will
romain open until IO days preceding thc
nest General Town Election for the pur
pose ol' Registering all qualified voter? to
vote in Town Election lo bo held 00 the
second Tuesday in April I?Jt?.*>. being ibo
Hill day td' said month. The following
is die qualification : Two years in the
State, 12 months in tho county and my ty
days in tho town
II. P MILLER.
Supervisor ot' lle^istrntion
lor Town ol' Bcuoettsville.
January 27. 1905.
FARM FOR SALE.
300 Acres, eight room Dwelling anti
all necessary outbuildings, lencing. etc.
Three miles from Darlington and hall
mile from Railroad. Telephone and
daily mail delivery.
O. J. MILLING,
R. F. D. No. 3. Darlington, S. C.
IV he! bei nil
TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS.
- Spring is nigh
- New moon Sunday,
'- Fig trees budding
- March came in quietly
- Monday next is salesday.
- Lent begins next Wedues
-The Treasurer's office will
be open until the 15th.
- The Commissioners will
draw the Grand and Petit Jurors
- Court convenes atBennetts
ville on the 20tb, with Judge
Dantzler on the bench.
- Quite a uumber have gone
to Washington to witness the In
augural ceremonies to-morrow.
,- Mr. Z. T. Pearson went to
Wilmington Monday and we were
couuting on getting a shad, but
was disaopointed. We hope to
get to his pond next month.
Maine Grown Seed Irish Po
tatoes-all varieties, at
W. M. Rowe.
- Never mind the cold waves
as long as W P. Breeden can fil"
your orders for wood
- Try a Can of English Peas
-they are fing. ,
At W. M. ROWE'S.
- You will not dread the sound
of the fire bell if you!havo an in
surance policy on furniture,
goods, store or residence with J.
If you want a fine Hair Drusser
go to McLendon Bros barber
Keep dandruff out of your
head by using Hcrpicide. for sale
at McLendon's Barber Shop.
- Mr. C. H. M. Quick, of the
Bethel section, has tine cabbage
plants for sale. Whenever you
aro ready call up 71 and prompt
service will be given.
- That the best is the cheap
est in the long run can well be
said of buggies and wagons you
will find both at P. A. Hodges at
11 Fresh sausage, eggs, ham,
fish at C. B. Hubbard's
- Guns and shells at C. B.
- Special attention is asked to
the advertisement of tho Plan
ters National Bank in this issue.
We can keep what hair you
have got with Hcrpicide.
is oficrj caused by sores, ulcer?, nod can - I
-. iJ.ot ,->.,t Rwsiyyotir skin. Wm Hcdell. |
?ru! ( ' toy, ii. i . . lio !, sj lieti?m: >v**.i j
. [ eyer it midi" 'uniLe- ititi ?h>*??' w?v
bunis lind t? dd-i JV ui J. i- D?ii^l ?
Dont let your hair fall out go
to the white barber shop and buy
a bottle of Herpicide.
- You can always get what
you want in Fruits, Vegetables,
and Etc., at W. M. Rowe's
A Touching Story
is the saving from death of thu huby girl
of Geo A. Eyler. Cumberland. Md. He
writes: "At the UKO of ll mouths, our
little girl was in dcclimm; health, with
serious Throat Trouble, and two physic*
iansgavo her up. We were almost in des
pair, when we resolved to try Dr. Kins's
New Discovery for Consumption, Cough fl
aud Colds. The fir.-t bottle cave relief;
after taking four bottles ?he was entirely
cured, and is now in perfect heal)h ''
Never fails to relievo ami cure u cough or
cold. At J. T. Doimlas drug store; 5l)c
and $1.01) guarBtitci'd. Trial bottle* free.
TACK Tins IN YOUH MEMORY.
You can insure your cotton for
a small amount. If you decide
to sell at any time, we refund
your money for the unexpired
CROSLAND & TYSON
"The Insurance Men."
J. I) Itunyan. ol Butlerville; O . laid
thu peculiar disappearance of his paintul
.symptoms of indigestion and biliousness'
to Dr. King's New Lifo Pills. Ile say?:
..They are a perfect remody, for dizzinusfl
sour stomach, headache, constipation etc.
Guaranteed at J. T. Douglas' drug store,
NEW BOARDING HOUSE.
Mr. J. M. Howell has lensed
the house recently run hy Mr. Sim
Moore near the railroad and has
reopened to the public a homo for
the tired and hungry seeking rest.
Rates reasonable, and close to
yyE ARE 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 mon and
women, and many Novelties
Needfuls in the notion line
A full line of Crockery, good
enough for any horne. In Tin
ware we have anything from
a cup to a milk bucket
Also, a nice line of Pants and
Storm Coats that we olfer 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 seo us
Marion 3t. Bennettaville, S. C.
I RELIGIOUS NOTUS.
Preaching at Hickory Grove church
the first and third H und ays ju each
month at 3 o'clock in the afternoon by
Dr. h. H. Shuck, of Gheraw.
Preaching at Presbyterian church
next Sunday at ll a.m , and 7.30 p. m
Subject for Sunday evening "The Di
viue Model." All are invited.
The hour for evening servicos at the
churches is now 7.30 o'clock.
Prayer meeting at the Baptf?% ckuroh
every Thursday evening at 7.30.
Prayer meeting at the Methodist church
every Wednesday at 7.30 p. m.
Prayer meeting at Presbyterian church
Tharaday evening at 7 30.
The hour for Sunday School at tbe
Methodist church baa been changed to
4.CC o'olpck in the afternoon.
The Epworth League Prayer meeting
la held every Wednesday evening in the
Sunday eehool room of tbe Methodist
church at 8 o'clock. The public invited.
MARION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS.
FiBST BOUND-E. P.TAYLOB, P. B.
Olio and Beniah, Feb 18, 19
Benaettaville ot, McColl. Feb 35, 26.
Bonnettaville &M0O0II Milla Feb 25, 26
Brownsville, Bethlehem, Moh 4.
North Marlboro, Pleasant Bill " il, 12.
Brigbtsville, Boykin, 3 p. m. 12, I3
Blenheim ot, Zion ' 18, [9
Benaettaville Sta, (night) '. 17, 19
I?"" Your old barns and sheds
may burnt at any time, then
where is your cotton. Let us
protect you against lire.
CHOSLAND & TYSON
"The Insurance Men."
VJgyr FORGET, when you
need garden seeds, The Bennette
ville Pharmacy has a well selected
stock of good fresh seeds, and will
be pleased to fill your wants.
Everything bought of IIB gives
Go to McLendon Bros and get
the best bair tonic.
A Striking Puzzle
Here is a puzzle that puzzles
every-hody: Take the numbers of
your living brothers, double the
amount, add to it three, multiplv
by five, add to it the number of
living sisters, multiply the result
by ten and add the number of
deaths ot brothers and sisters And
subtract 150 from the result. The
right number will bc the number
of deaths, the middle will be the
number of living sisters and the
left the number of living brothers.
Try it and see.
Meaning Of Letter "R".
The letter "R" at the head of all
I [>( . - jj rlorivfd from the
LH?U w?rd recipe! Ino imperative
niivinjn?55 ? ' ;iv, lilllie duri
v.--. tai! f H 0 " iV is I bc" t yin .
lol dj" Jbvb. of thc La: ir God .?upi
ter, and inveoU fin svrii.v with hi?
authority-by the-power of Jupi
tor. Therefore, the sign properly
read;*, "By Jupiter, take this.
Lettern addressed to tho following named
persona remain uncalled for at the post
o?Ue in Bennettsville :
< Joe Ospel, Char ic Yates A C Wins
tier. Allen Irby, Denny Brown, Ho^a
Crosland, Stephen Cm-hind.
Julia Gandy. Nancy Miller. Miss Pi auk
Ellen Miles, Carrie Bridge-..
Remember Ymir Head.
We invite special mention ti the
sdvvn?MMii?Mit <>f thc Hetitietuvillt
Marbi.) NV? uk s in ; Li* paper. Call and
see samph-s, or write them.
- Fresh lot of I). M. Ferry's
Garden Seeds at VV. M. Rowe's
For larly Gardons.
Elsewhere in this issue you have the
announcements of three Truck Farm
ers ali prepared to supply choice veri
ties of Cabbage plants, eic, st low
prices. If yo J want lu get ahead of
the season Bend in your orders at once
and secure choice plants.
The Democrat and the Semi
weekly Atlanta Journal one year
Tile 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
Democrat one year for $1,75.
Flowers 1 Flowers 1
Mrs. JnoS. Moore haB aline
lot of Geraniums, Begonias
Ferns, Palms and other plants,
well rooted, that she desires to
sell Cuttings 25a per dozen.
Specials at Waddi IPs
Knrpcn Sterling burge Arm Rockers
at ?:!(). Couches at $40. At other stores
these goods ure priced at 40 and $'>0.
Don't forget our special sale in Art
Squures. Hugs. Portiers and Pelt
G. W. WA nm LL.
Horses Do Get 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 lood eaten that makes muscle
and fat. More depends upon the prop
er digestion or assimilation ol 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
nettsville, tor it-the kimi put up in dos
es. And McColl Drug Co., McColl, 8.
mn MIR HUH GROWN mum.
Cabbage Plants, All Varieties.
Prices: Hmo ($$1.60, 6000 @ ?1.25 per 1000, 10000 ?
$1 per i ooo. Shipped C. O. D. if desired. Plants
ai rive ul your Express Oliice in good condition.
\Yrite for Merchants' Prices.
Cabbage, Beans, Sweet Potatoos. And Turnips in Soason,
Ord a ri tor shipment pf Toiuatoo Plauts, Sen Llaud Cotton Seed
nud Swuet Potato Draws should he hooked in advance.
Jas. Hay Qeraly, Enterprise, s. c. sSsc.
THF "1900" WASHER UM WOMENS LIVES.
I- 0 1SI IFE : Your attention, please.
VOU ARK ti( ii HI KO YO HR LIFE! AWAY, or thc life of ?onie other woman,
I Als i . he lil ni Y. ur Clothes, by wine an OLD WASH BOABD. Lay aside
your ole .'. :. -nd buy you a "lyon" Washer.
lt wi hot bob "ub lull of clothes J UST AS EASY and JUST AS QUICK
u> a nu lc uent, .-.-"lu good doul easier, und quicker than you possibly eau wabli
samo ot ird.
It washes all kinds ano
grades of material?,
from thc finest Laces
tn ihc-cnar>ot fabric
TEAR, or Breaking
It is guaranteed to do
A TRIAL will prove
all wc claim.
111 .hoi T>:?
ii;e woik and wi rry, whh more (lian Half thc WEAR, and
can bc saved io c.vciy I OUJO that basa "1900" Washer.
JIUIH, or for pi ices and catalogue, wrile or c ill on
'he RAcColl Hardware Cc,
in Stock McCOLL, S. C.
Agents- for lilli Torrii ry.
Eg?3 3 - 1MB.-1--M^^=M^M
| ii CAN'T MAKE A MISTAKE i
in m\ i TO OUR STORE to Buy anything in
, Chemicals, Drng Sundries, Toilet Articles,
g*. e carry a full stock ol' Pure Drugs,
fi* ; rd Preprielary Medicines, Toilet Articles, SSS
nibs, Brushes, Sponges, Etc.
V JUIt STORE n necessity to tba community, by keeping
" je linn thoy demand. Slionl<l wo l'ail to bt?vu what
"h^i ike it koowa nnd we will got i:. f->r you.
TR PRESCRIPTIONS to fill Wo mn kc it cpecially of
1 ' iNNBTTYILLE PHAP\MA6Y, m
M ?. ?. MATTHEWS, Mgr. gj
3YS' GANDY. gjnj
SEEM mm mm.*- I
>? T is the most modern in this state, and 61
laina- kilt* mnQl M i\ tit flnr? mutlinda in rim ;!
h ind i i i ; -
tsing the most up to date methods in the ?
work sent ns That's one reason why we *
rous linen. Send us your n-ixt Bundle. yj
^ v i 1 un p Vit'
^ LAURENS, ?. C. M
wers, Agt, M
?0 Bei nettsville, S. C. 0
Si ?oe RAILWAY.
The Line Ky telieil
?le w i January 10th.
TruiuE S. U., ns lol lows.
Norlin !(i at 8:05 a. m.
><) at 0:24 p. ra.
South! ?7 nt 8:05 a. m.
?7 nt 10:40 p. m.
The HU. I t?hernw Iv.
R., lea ville at 7.0f> a
m., coi (id ami No 57.
The . in leaving Ben
net t.-n-i . fjives Benuelts
ville pi l irtnnity to take
ti ailis 27.
li HUNGltY !
Will il you want u good
iv ? wu can Ht:rvo you.
A ' 250. Itcritnuruut
KltS in cvry Ht} lu.
BRAY LH) V
0 . <E 2
. lady or ( louts
lino with L,v< in
5. J. Pearson.
tho truck business
again prepared to
leia for Karly and
The. ! iwn to experienced
Trw vn in open air near
sail 1 aland Bevero colt!
will ' .
V 10(0 F.? H. here
We i piict-8 on larger lots
A ed in light baskets
an?' D, when money does
not lerp. We guarantee
eat: I repa all uniera to
iVELS it BON,
Meg etti, S C.
, I :s A A RN ET r,
Green Pond, S. 0.
Bennettsville & Cheraw Railroad
-NEW SCHKDULK -
('utuintndim Monday Sept. Iii, 1901,
ami iiini) Inn lier notice, train-, bot weet.
Ch- raw and licnncttsviilfl will be operated
nu lim lol to wi tm rchcdulti, daily except
Simd iy :
WEST BOUND FROM UENNLTTSVIIJ.K
No. I. No. :!.
Lv dennet tsville 7 05 a m 5 nu p u>
Lv Islay 7 15 a ni ? 15 p in
Lv Madelin*! 7 'Jo a m .'> 20 p m
Lv Everett'.-! 7 !M II III ? ?tn p m
Lv 11 dy 7 ;;? a m ? lil p in
Lv l'Vo- .-. 7 lu a in ? '15 p in
A n ive Kollock 7 l? a m 55 p m
A nive ('lieia?' i? lu p o
K?ST BOUND F HOM CU KU AW.
No. 2. Nb. I
I.v ( 'lioraw '.I 20 p m
Lv Kolloek s IO a m '.i :;.*. \> m
Lv Krnsna S 2il a m '.i IO p m
Lv li by S Itu a m ll 15 p III
Lv Kv?.reit N -ttl a in '.' 50 p n
L*J Mnr?olioo S 50 -i III il 55 ?? m
Lv Ll iv '.I IMl a m Ul Uti .. :.
\l It-lltlCl iM'illo '.I li :i III ll? l? p ll
AT bi.NM I i si 'ii.i.v:- Tin; pouh bund
mon mg irniiiN on A. ?'. 1<. connect* willi
(min No i. Train Mo 2 connects wltli A
C \J 1 >o:d freight isorlh and wiitli boui.d
AT KOM.OCK-Tiaili Non I and 2 coii<
m et with north and HOUIII bouud S. A li.
AT Cil alt AW - 'i'ru i ii No 3 oonnoot with
mu bli und uouth bound S A. L irniuu,
ii ad iriiin No 4 connecta with north i>onr.;l
>> A. L traiuH
.1. T. Medlin, J. T Everett,
Tr.,tlio .Mgr. Superintendent.
IMcpntTil for tho Work.
Mr. S J. Pearson, the Jeweler, lins
now one nf the latest improvements
fur t ngrnvinj? your name or initials
on any article of poid or B?ver 01
pinto in tho most up?to date manner
The samples nf work already dorm by
him nrejust line Call and see him.
A full lino of ll J Heinzs Co
Pickles Preserves, Ketchups, San
ces, Jellies Ssc. at
Mm Will? lt
?f Bennettsvilie, S. C.
- - 65,000,00
Our service in every Department is Modem and Satisfactory. Interest allow?d
by atrreement on all time Depo????. Our customers in(cYcsts careiully and ctn?
iidentially looked alter. New Depositors will receive like consideration.
We solicit your account.
Resources and Capital
Protection to Depositors
W. B. DRAKE, Jr., Cashier.
September i, 1904.
A, J. HiTHESOJt, President.
Winter i? not jet over
and we are offering
bargains in goods
We will help you to
offset the low ??rice
of cotton and save
Come and see.
STRAUSS & CO.,
ANDLE BARGAINS T
NO USE TO WORRY, BUT COME IMG-MT ON TO
xs?* YOU -xTsr^isri?
-? Dry Groofs, Clothing, Shoes, N otions *-t
And Fancy Groceries.!
Fresh Water Ground MEAL and HOMINY a specialty.
We Keep a full line iu euch Department and will ii?l vour Wants in each
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
When you come to Town call and see us. Phone orders in town delivered
FR&E, and satisfaction guaranteed.
W&SiNXS? (j? ?VQTX???,
?i I v ? .M : te ? ; ^nraod not to
f*\ treBpaaa in any manner upnn landa be
lunging to or in poBsepsion of the under
??ij-iied in Marlboro county either by walk
iiijr, ?ahing, hunting, haul? p;, cuttiDg, or
allowing Btock to run at largo.
Katie U- McColJ.
.lo??nh L; iNieOoll,
J. W. Jacksou.
December. 27, 1904.
While handling ? gun that was out of
riler is usually the story. Now. in
nier tn prevent nccideutal killing
md to be t-ure and kill when you
?ant tt), I have employed an expert
(iiinsniiih from Charleston, S. C., who
lias my gun repairing department in
charge, We are prepared to do any
kind of fine gun repairing in factory
order. Give us n irial ami you will
he convinced that we are prepared to
?ive you satisfaction- in price, work^
munahip und promptness
S. J. PEARSON,
- We are headquarters for
lint ter and Cheese. We keep
nothing but the very best, and
guarantee both to suit yon or
refund your money.
W. M. Rowe.
j A FREE PAT^Rl?Tl
n (roar owo selection) to erery tub- I
I tcrlbcr. Only SO cents a year. [j
A LADIES' MAGAZINE.
A rf?; b.auildil colored plat? I. til
?aahions ; drctttnakinf ?conomlti ;
work; household binti; Action, ?lc
. crib? to-day, or, ?end (o. tor lat??- ,y
Lady ageste wanted. Sind (or Kr* .
Stylten, Reliable, Simple,
date. Economical ?id Abs
Perfect-Fitting Paper Patt?
All Seam* Allowed and Perfora .
the Basting and St wing Lian
Only io and is cent? each-ni
Aak (or tticm. Sold In neatly
and town, or by mail (rom
THE M oC A L.T. '
113-115-117 Wt it 3llt St. I
Town Tax N<
?T*IIB Town Booka will bo ;
I hutton of tuxea on Ite
Personal Property on Octob
Dru 31 1904 after which t
bc added and collected. Tu,
Current ExpcncCB is
Int on H. It. Bondd
Si king Fund B. B. 5 ut? rm $1 <
Int Electric Light nonda <
Sinking fund E L Bondf K
By order of tho Goaueii
Sept 21 IQ04
IF BROKEN ?1EARTS
could bo mended us n; atly, qui.-lily -.ni
thoroughly I.R we can repair your .Im. J rv,
chere would bc r.o Borrow iu the world.
No matter whether it be a watch, u img,
a occklace or a
dear from nsiooiutiou need? repuirinp,
brine; it to us, Bod it will be mended to
you cannot tull it from new. O-.' special y
ia Watch repairing Bring it bert! and have
it dono honestly, expertly and cheaply.
S. J. l'EAUSON,
One door Non h I'. O.
Iain now betier prepared than ever In
picas1; wen the most fustidcous iu
TONSORIAL WORK. I guarantee natit
faction in Shnvcf?, Hair-cutp, Shampoos
and MuusuRc H. 1 Imvo a now Electro
Battery for Umganges, und our treat tim
faces of Gentlemen mid Lad it B in ito
mo'-t up to date manner.
I solicit your pntronncn
J. A. GRACE.
Marion Btrrct Beuii?tlKyill?, S. P
'. H, HUS B ELL
And PapEr H anti sr.
nd Wood Finisher. Host Load nt il
, Oil furnished, fOs'imnicH cliecifully
given. Ail work gu ti anteed to Im
? he Russel Wagons.
Mr. P. A. Ii i Iges is opening a rnr
lof these duthblo WHgotia-oue i<i d
wo-hort-e, every one ol then) gumin
?teed against any defect in mate, it I
J nr wnrnianslnp.
R. T. BARFIELD.
UHEERTAKEB and EMBALIGE.
Carries ?ti Stock
A full line of ColHi.si and Miltalie Caakrin
nil H'* a and Styles, fn.m 84 la $40:1.
I havo the GncKt line ol Cloth und Metnl'o
j CftBkotH earimil l?> any liuu&?i in S. O
j In thc lot is nu ex-ict dnp.ioatfl of (lot
3 Canke?, iu which President Mi Kinley
3 j wan laid to lest
tSf" Funerala served with IIKAUSK iiny
jjjwhcro in the cuaiy.
i AlhO a full lino of Dinin?t o'anti?.
I Phone 48 Opm Day and Kiylt
BKNNKTTSVU.LF, S. C.