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8, A, BROWN - - - J?ditor
Friday Abril 7, 1905.
One year.$ 1.00
THE FARMERS IN COUNCIL.
Enthusiastic Meeting- Monday.
Addresses by Smith and Hyatt.
Tho Marlboro Cotton Growers As
uociation held an interesting and en
thusiastic meeting in the Court House
Monday and addresses were made by
Hon. E. D. Smith, president of the
South Carolina Division and financial
agent of the Southern Cotton Grower?
Association and by Treasurer F. H
Hyatt of Columbia The addressei
wero timely aud well received. Tin
meeting waa a grand success and will
go far in improving tho condilion ot
our farming interests if no more. If
the other counties do SB well as Marl
boro success will surely crown the
efibr 8 now being made to hold cotton
already made and to reduce tho crop
of 1905, ns well ns to encourage the
making of our broad and meat aup
p'ies at homo
Air. Smith left on tho evening train
NOTICE is hereby given that there
will he a Mass Meeting of the Dem
ocratic voters of the Town of Ben
noltBville in the Court House at 4 p.
m., on Friday the 7th day of April,
1905, for tho purpose of nominating
n Mayor and four Aldermen to serve
the Town of Bennettaville for the term
of two years, and also nominate two
citizens ns members of the Board ol
the Board of Public Works for the
Town of Benneltsville to serve one
for -1 years and one for (5 years.
J3y resolution of Council
P. A. HODGES, Mayor
Mareil 27, 1905.
Tho Guards Inspected.
Thc Marlboro Guards were inspec
ted lastThursclny night by AsaL Adjt.
Gen Patrick for the Slate and Lieut.
Col. Ezra B. Fuller, ll. S. A, for the
United States. Tho company showed
up well and the guns were in good
IT pou the completion of tho inspec
ions now being conducted there will
hon reorganization ot the Militia of|
tho State. Tho present force of 3700
men will ho cut to 2500.
The Marlboro Guards hope to be
retaiucd in the service.
Attention Camp Henegan
to ho held.
All comrades will come prepared to
pay their dues. All in arrenrs for
more than one. year will be dropped
from tho roll. A full attendance is de
sired, ns- business of importance is to
P. L. Breeden, V. C.
C. M. Weatherly, Adjutant.
- Do not fail to hear the fine
music we are promised for Fri
Fanners Should Pull Together.
To make thc Southern Cotton
Grownr's Association a full and
complete .success, depends upon the
farmers. Spot cotton went up to
8 cents in New York this week;
that means 7 1-2 cents here. We
read in the Greenville and Spar
tanburg papers that a number of
farmers in each of these places sold
their cotton on this rise in thc price;
that those who sold had not joined
the association and therefore were
under no pledge. To make a suc
cess ol' this great movement the far
mers should stick together, violate
no pledge, but on the contrary do
all they cnn to further the plans of
thc association. You arc now more
nearly organized and a unit in feel
ing and desire than ever before and
if you break away now you can
never got together again, which will
mean disaster hy placing yourselves
iu the hands of the speculators to
stay.- Union Times, March 17.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
APRIL TI:UM, 1905.
The following have been drawn to
serve as petit jurors at the April terni
nf I tic ('curt of Common Pleas which
convenes on (ho 24:
,J II Bundy, S M Breeden,
A Graham, C M Pond,
Hugh MeCollum, Burke Calhoun,
Jonathan Adams, .! K Townsend
S .1 Pearson, W D Moore,
ll W Lib*, H T McLaurin,
M Mill lo, A Iv Odom,
C 15 Crosland, W I' Lesler.
.} I) Morrison, D. J> McDuflie,
.1 P Stubbs, Throiip Crosland,
W 7t Unger*, I) A Covington,
ll O Nert lui ni, A I) Unison,
K J Poole, ll V Smoot,
C I* llodgi s, .1 lt Newton,
3 K Willi?, L A Welcher,
Fi 1) Bundy, T A I lockable,
W lt Brown, DM I) McLeod,
C E Breeden, .1 II Laviuer,
Pea vi ne hay nt $15 a ton-the
lowest l?rico for which it cnn
now be purchased-is equally as
profitable as cotton at 8 cents.
-^ -rn* ?- .
There was heavy hail at McColl,
Tatum and lied Hill, Wednesday
The Cigarette as Belated To Ju
venile Delinqu ency.
"Wo havo given a good deal of nttten
lion to the question of ascertaining, if
possible, thc chief causes that have led to
such a crem increaao during the last few
years in tho number of children who aro
brought into court charged with violating
tho la??, and I havo no hesitanoy in plan*
?og tho cigarette habit at the head, es'
pooially with boys, nover a week passes,
and sometimes scarcely a day goes by,
that boya aro not brought before mo ?ho
are - cigarette Bends. I have taken tho
opinions of physicians and have examined
into thc subject myself until I havo
readied tho conclusion that the iosiduous
poison of tho oigarctto is at the bottom of
much of tho trouble Cigarotto pmokors
inhalo tho smoko, taking it into their
lungs and absorbing much of the poison
in tho blood. A boy whoso bonos aro soft
and whoso musoloa havo not yot dovcl
opod boco mes addiolcd to cigarettes with
tho result that ho loses his vigor, his
wbolo system being filled with lassitude
similar in a slight dogree to tho effect of
morphine or cocaino on tho grown people.
Such a boy being without vitality, losen
his ambition, without which a boy never
amounts to much Ho falls behind with
his school work if be ia at Behool, with
i ho result that ho quita school to soon, ur
ho loses his job if he is at work, for the
reason that ho has not the strength or
vitality to do his work. His systom be
comes depleted, tho affection reaohes the
heart and brain, and tho baneful effects
of the malady soon become.-) apparent.
His moral perceptions are dulled, his
ambition is gone, and ho soon becomes a
thief Such a boy, if allowed to indulge
his over increasing appetite without res
traint in the uso of cigaretten will, ia thc
course of a lbw years, be so that bc will
not bc worth picking out of a gutter, and
if thc habit is not broken it will land him
either in the hospital for thc insano or in
the cemetery-nroviding his offenses
which have boen superinduced by hid
delinquency havo not already lauded him
in ptison,"-Judgo Qeorgo W. Stubby.
Tho Month of Mardi.
The weather for March 1905 could
not have been better. Tho farmers who
were ready, not only planted corn, but
BOHO ol' tin ni have planted small patch
es of cotton. One farmers says luck
will now depend upon the fu l moon
on the 19th. If wo have much rain
after, the chances are it will be cooler
and losses may follow.
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.
Whoroas on, the 151h ot February 1905,
when Junien T. Covington was tckeu from
ourjnidst, wc lost ono of our most faithful
and,useful members. Ho had filled every
office in tho gift of tho church that layman
can fill, and at tho timo of his death wac
chairman ot tho Board of Stewards, Sup?
crin tendent of tim Sunday Behool and iu
nhargo of other responsible duties. Those
who know Janice T. Covington can testify
to how faithfully bo performed ovory duty
asking no reward only tho Well dono of
tho Mahler. Therefore bo it resolved,
ist. That in tho death of Brother Cov
ington tho Pastor hue lost ODO of his best
frieinl.", and tho Blenheim Quarterly Con
feionco ono of its oldest and moat uteful
2nd?? That wo do not murmer at this
-, ? . .n:t? v :
.ms ni.? le h
. - ?
lication and also a copy bo sent to tho
family of tho deca od and that a blank
pago in tho Quarterly (Jonferoncc Journtl
bo inscribed to his memory.
P. M. John,
D. H Everett,
E J. Bruce, Sec. Quur. Conf.
Now* Cure ror Cancer,
All surface cancers aro now known to
be curable, by Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Jas Walters, ot Duffield, Va., writes:
"I had a cancer on my lip for years, that
seemed incurable, till Bucklcu's Arnica
Salve healed it, und now it is perfectly
well." Guaranteed cure for cuts and
burns. l>f>c at J. T. Douglas' Drug Store.
Under authority of uct passed by
Inst session of the Legislature authori
zing the trustees of Clio School Dis
trict, ?), to issue bonds for tho purpose
of purchasing or exchanging school
site, erecting school building thereon,
and equipping the same, the under
signed trustees hereby name the 27th
day of April ns election day.
All quuliii'ed voters are ci.tilled to
vote for or against the issuing of euid
W. M. Reedy, Chairman.
C. S. Evans.
H. C. Herring.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
MARLBORO' COUNTY-By Milton
McLaurin, Judge of Probate.
WBERRAS, C T. Mooro, has made suit
to nie to grant unto him Loiters of
Administration of tho Estate and Effects
of Elizabeth C Mooro deceased;
Thcao aro thoreforo to cito and admonish
all and singular tho kindred and creditors
of tho said Elizabeth C. Mooro decoauod, thot
they bo and appear beforo me in tho Court
of I'robato to ho held at Bcnncttsvillo on
tho 18th day of April, 1905, after pub
lication thereof, at II o'clock in tho fore
noon, to show causa, if any they havo why
said administration should not ho granted.
Given undor my hand, thia .ith day of
April A. D., 1905.
Apr. 6, 1905. Judge of Probate.
Citation For Letters of Admini stratton
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Marlboro-By Milton
McLaurin, Judgo of Probate.
TXTuEREAS, Matilda Hi?en hus made
? v suit to moto -.?rant unto her bel
lera of Administration ni .he Estato of
lnd^FiTccts of Sidney Hines dcouancd.
Th?se arc therefore to cite and admoni
sh all and .singular the kindred and Cred
lors of the said Sidney 11 i non de
scaned, (lint they bo nud appear before
ne, in the doutt of I'robato to be held at
?lennetlsyille, S. C., on the 17th ol'April
905, after publication thereof, nt ll
?'clock in the forenoon, to show cause, if
my they have, why the said Administ
ration should not bo granted.
(?iven under my hand, the 3rl day of
Vpiil Anno Domini 1905.
April I*?, 190;'.. Judxo of Probate
West Point and Annapolis.
A Chance for the Boys.
There will be held in Florence, S.
C., at the Graded School building on
Saturday April 22d 1905, at ll a. m.
aa examination to determine who
shall be appointed to both U. S. Mili
tary and Naval Academies from the
6th 8 C. District. All who desire to
apply for either,of ?hese piners munt
be on hand. Prol J. Li. Mann, Mr,
A. H. Gasque and Mies Lena B. Law
son will conduct the examination.
Write to either of them at Florence,
8. G or to me at Sellers, S. C , for
information. The ono who ia appointed
to West Point must report to Fort
McPherson, Atlanta Ga., on the first
day of May 1905.
J. E. ELTJKRBE,
Hep. 0th District
Experiments With Cotton.
Editor Democrat-I tested four
different kiuds of cotton lest year,
giving each an equal showing
"King." Russell big boll," "Texas
wood," and "Edwin Coxe's :
The King made 2147 pounds per
Russell big boll 2350 pound per
,.as Wood 2500 pounds per
Coxe's 2650 pounds per acre.
Please publish it for the benefit
of the fanners, if there is any ben
efit, and oblige.
Z. J. Drake.
Drake, S. C. Mar, 21 1905.
Mr Editor.-The Coxo referred
to in the above report is E. A.
Coxe of Brownsville, who has been
experimenting with a "cross be
tween Texas Wood and Sea Island
cotton seed. Ile has perfected the |
cross and now has a seed that will
yield an average of 41 pounds of
Lint to every hundred pounds of
seed cotton. He has found none to
beat it, and besides the lint grades
high bringing 2to 5 cents more on]
the market than other cotton. I can
supply seed tins season at 81.00 per
E. A. Coxe,
Blenheim, S. C
R. F. D. No. 2.
NOTICE is hereby given that an election
will bo held in tho Court Houao on the
nth day of April 190?. for tho purpose of
j electing a Mayor and four Aldermen for I
tho Town of Bonnottevillo to Borve for two [
I yearn, also to oleot two mom bern of thc
! I Ll . ?Mi i .or- .-. .-J phi
iiuei ito.) of i. .. f-oi
: ?iiighl l'huit
[ at 4 o'clock, p. m.
P. A DODGES,
March 17, 1905. Mayor.
Here's Your Chance.
I HAVE aeveral fine Buff Plymouth Hock
0 Cockerels that I will neil on tho yard
for Ono Dollar eaoh, I nm oleo ready to
tako ordora for '.Buff Hock E?ga" at $1
j per setting of 13, on the yard.
D. A. COVINGTON,
Feb. 9, '05. Gibson, R.F.D. 2.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
?yjOTICE is hereby given that tho Spring
Term of the Court of Common Plena
for Marlboro County will convi ne at Ben
aettavillo on Monday April 24th, 1905, nt
to o'clock, o. m. All pnrsous interested
will toko due notice thereof. Grand jurors
are not required to attend.
J. A. DRAKE,
Clerk Court of C. P. & G. S.
For Marlboro Co., S. C.
March 23, 1905. - 1 m
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
HAVING had a fiual eottloinont with my
warda Sarah Crosland, Lilly Crosland,
Curl i nie Gr?nland and Daua Croslnud, No
tice ia hereby tfiven that I will apply to
tho 1'mbato Court for n final dischar^o UH
Guardi-iti of said warda on tho 16th day
of April 1905.
G. CROSLAND, Guardian.
March 16th 1905.
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE
w. E. BREEDEN, WARD.
HAVING fded in thc Probate Judge's
office ol Marlboro County my return
as Guardian ol VV. E. Breeden, Notice
is hereby given that I will apply to said
Court on the 22(1 day ol April 1905 lor
final discharge as such Guardian,
B. Ii. MO?RK, Guardian.
March 22, 1905.
EIDELITY AND COU UT,
CONTRACT and FIDELITY BONDS.
There arc no better companies than
these, represented by
JNO. S. MOORE.
Nov 15, 1801.
NOTICE OP DISCHARGE,
ESTATK OK Mrs N. G. and J. K. I'KOUKS.
M AVING filed in tho T'rohato Judge'n
fl Ollico of Marlboro county our final re
turn aa Executors and Administrators Do
bonis non of the Estate of Mrs N. G. and
J. K Pegues, and as Toptamontary Guar
lian of their minor children, Notice in here
by given that wo will apply to said Court
m tho 24th day of April 1905 for Letters
DismiBHory as such Bx COU tors, Administra?
'ir? and Guardian.
W. D EVANS and H. M. PEGUES,
Ex'rs. and Adm'rs Dc bonis non,
W. D. EVANS,
Testamentary O narri ian.
Mn-ch 24, 1905.
m ?i Tills GOODS KOO
WI ' ?
OO?iie ^^?S. See!
We have a i ?? ?li I real
this Spring w?l I tas
collection has been s<
ton, PhUadelj it: ? nnirl
that can be fot?;ul in n
* s^ore for you. Our showing
any previous occasion. Our
.ctecl from New York, Bos
. .iltiraore. We have the best
Mi; Ihm !
This Departji e managed by Miss NANNIE
STEVENS this a :t. ? .? il you will lind, her as good as
tho best. If : .viii consult with Miss Stevens, you
will get a Hut bi l'onnel np iodate und becoming.
Our stock tqii loo large to enumerate. Re
member you lb ivs lind nt our Store some
thing others n . Our styles are always ex
clusive, new and >?
M PRK S^AND^SILKS."|;|i
In this Dept t-tun
Novelties for s^
Weaves in SILKS. ? v
i will find all of the Stylish
5. Comprising all the new
5. EAOLINS, EIAMINES, BA
USTES. SILK ? OK ORGANDIES, and the Most
varied stock ol' Wash Fabrics in the city.
The most of jon ur reputation on Embroide
ries and Lace?, narvels of delicacy As beauty
Ladies RE J) 0 WEA R garments
We keep the I
in the city. Lu
Shirt Waist Sui:
All-Over Nets, '
Ilnvo nil yen cnn nri
TAN, CHAMPAGNE, '. '
and Children. STE Pi
Men und Boys. . .
date stock in the above line
Shirl Waist Suits, Wash
.'.isis in Silk, Muslin, Batiste
WE hnvo A SUIT T"
Agnnth for Schlc Sui
and Extra Knee Panta.
COME ONE, (
Thanking you for
fid Live, bas
t makes tn bo hid-Wbite Canva?,
:. Drew Selby Ai C<?., fur Lubes
elobraUd WALK.OVER SHOES for
rST FIT YOU Come now. Soto
li?t ixl. Complote Stock Hoya Suite
aper than some others.
.Ti, and make MY STORE
aroi's and soliciting
fl to open TH!
Call up 142 r.eats, Fish Or
ICE In a an ti ty.
bushels left for sec
Lester, S. C.-(To Mut
is well wort li $5.00 per
to 105 bushels per nert
frutirantced nnalysia Phos. Aci'<
tluaoo offered the public id ~'i
Nitrate of Soda i* so high, np.
or on top, and prices all riulu.
the market. If in need ol'
promptly and cause you lo rejo
lor thia scacon
Mareil 10, 100-1.
IC CORN. Only 501
$1.50 per bushel ?'. o. b.
.co lian cl county Fanners. 1
gathered last year from Si
'genuine Peruvian Guano.
nia X JW), Potash '2. This ?H the bi
i will tunken line Top Drecsser. A
tutu. This (luann is unod nt bottni
1 value, cheaper than any (iuano o
Postal caril, and will fill your ordci
"ima- Only n few hundred Tona Ici
nt Marlboro & Scotland Counties
ettsville, S. C., R. P. J). 4.
This Book Case wa:
Exposition as being
?(arpin s Genuine
Easels, Hall ]
AH Wiic Noiseless
I carry a lull lin
what you want, wil
anti promise you tin
March I I, 190ft.
gold medal at thc Si. Loni;
lional Book case made.
rds, Boom Suits,
r/c WITH AUTOMOBILE
' ib WM Kl?)LS,
Couches and chairs,
ron Beels In ffiiT
(or I ron Beds,
irings, 120 spirals, 1,75
lo 12.50 for Best
designs and all grades.
aitnre. ir i <io not have
uiekly. T solicit your trade
? BENNETTS V ILLE, S. 0.
lOn.st Side Publie Square.
I-have for sale Succession Wakefield and Early Spring
. Cabbage Plants.Jgrowo in open-air on sea coast from
seeds bought from the best and ruoBt reliable
Seedsmen in the United States at the
following prices F. O. B.
Lots 1000 to 5000 $1.50 per M.
5000 to . OOOO $1.25.
JL s tn cf 1 OOOO apeciui pilers on Application,
|3ir? Special Inducements to Dealers. _ig?8
Any information va to thc cultivation of Cutiliage will bo cheerfully
givon on application.
S. J. Rumph,, Adams Run, S. O.
Practical Pharmacist and Dealer in
Ipiirc |?) rn gs and patent Medicines.
WE ALS ? CARRY
TOILET anti Fancy Articles,
F Eli F Ult ME II Y, SO A PS,
J PAINTS, OILS,
* BRUSHES of all kinds,
?? VARNISH and STAINS,
o PREPARED PAINTS,
HUSHES, SPONGES, j WINDOW GLASS,
*ATIONAKYantl SUPPLIES Y LAMPS, SHADES,
FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Prescriptions carefully compounded at all Iwurs
and guaranteed lo be of the Purest Uruga and at
A full line barden Seed & Onion Sets.
Thankful for piiRt patronage yourti for a pronporou6 new year.
J. T, DOUGLAS.
Jaanuty 1. 1905. AT THE OLD STAEID
FOR HARDWARI OH1
Do you wa&it the best Hay Fress
that has ever been on our
We have a car Load of them and
are selling them at $60 each.
I L G ' T A , I. W
Y Ol;. 6XpGCt bo oily ?
or a BET OF HARNESS, be pure to see mel
U\&t ? Kvocdve? Two Oar i
lipads D? ( xiv Oar'.
J\_??3, .8-IS VS OC?'l ld Ul
Mil of which 1 mn going
It will be to your interest to see me before
buying any o? these.
Very respect full y
Sent 8, 1904.
Our JSTG>^7W Laine
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Arrivo Ohoraw 8.10 p. m.
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The short linc und quickest tim? to Wilmington, Charlotte, Atlanta,
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Foi further information call on J. T- MEDLIN, agent Bennetts;?Ile &
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does this by first thoroughly cleansing the system ol
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Horses and mules 'improve in appetite and spirits
after the first few doses, thc hair sheds, and the new
coat is always sleek and glossy.
Ashcraft's Condition Powders are packedin 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 of a century's
experience. It is easily thc foremost remedy in its class on the
American market to-day. Price 25 cents package.
SMITH NEWTON, Bennettsville, S. C
MoCOLL DRLJ? CO., McColl, S. 0.
Cn-ic JJ Up stairs iu Crosland Building:,
BBJtfjyJBTTBVIJLiIjB, 8. C.
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NEWTON & OWENS,
A lt um oj s at Lav/j
... . BENNETTS VILLE, So. CA.
Offices Over Planters National-Bank.
TW. BOUCHIER, . . .
. Attorney at Lav?,
BoonottBT?Ile, S. C.
Office on Darl/ngton street near Posta
Telegraph office. . January, 1899.
MILTON MCLAURIN, ~~~
Attorney al. Law and
Offlco In Oonrt House.
E. C. MORRISON,
I Electrician . - Machinist,
BEN NETTS VILLE, 8. C.
jr. o. Boi 98. PHONE ill.
I Contractor for Electrical work and dealer
io Electrical supplies. Hot Air Pump
ing Engines and Gas Engines installed.
Pipo-fiitting and general machine work.
August 20, 1903.
Specials at Moore's,
Canned Tripe 20c each or 2 for
Heinzs Pickle-fresh and good.
Fresh jelly-assorted-only 10.
Armour's Sausage in tomato
sauce only 10 cents.
Heinze's "White Wine Vinegar
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