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tf. A, BUOWN - - - Editor
Friday A?ril 28, 1905.
PEN AND SCISSORGRAFHS
The Marion people ure working
for the railroad from Benuetlsvillo
Calvin Smith formerly of this
county died near Grant's Mill
in Chesterlield last week.
The General Assembly of the
Presbyterian Church meets at
Fort Worth. Texas, May 18th.
Seveyal prominent citizens of
Kershaw have been arrested for
complicity in the killing of Mor
rison last October.
It is said that the seventeen
year locust will appear this year
in several of the Southern States
iii May or June.
There were six applicants at
tlie Examination on Friday at)
Florence, but none from Marl
The way to stop safe crack
ing is never to take one al
prisoner. Dancing in the air]
is the only good medicine
Senator Platt of Connecticut I
die?! lust Friday of pneumonia
contracted at the funeral of j
Senator Hawley in March,
Mrs. Lalla Power Wingate, a
daughter of Kev. AV. C. Power,
died Tuesday in Wilmington and
M as buried in Florence Wednesday.
A Chesterfield jury last week
rendered a verdict for $500 a-1
ottost the Telegraph Cempany
thralling to deliver a telegram
Bishop Alfred Watson of the!
Episcopal church, died at his
home "wi Wilmington ou Friday
Inst, aged 87. He was a grand
A man who has the small pox
and will deliberately walk into
n crowd, ought to be handled
by the law, and if there is no
law to handle him a crowd
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
The spring term ol' the Court of
Common Pleas convened on Mon
day at JO o'clock. His Honor
Judge Dantzler on the Bench.
now he gets over ??00.
The next*case was that of Frank
H ayn ie against Est of N.C. Monroe
for labor, but he lost his case.
Thc docket is a lull one and court
w ill lie busy this term.
Meeting Of U. CT. U.
The U. C. T. U. will meet at
the homo of Mre. F. M. Eman
uel Tuesday May 2, 4.30 p. m.
April 27, li)()?. Kee, Sec.
Bc vs Are Watched
When wc see the boys on the
streets and in public places, we of
ten wonder if they kuow that bus
iness men uro watching them, lu
every bank, store, and office there
will soon bo a place for a boy to
fill. Those who have the manage
ment of thc afluir? of business will
select one of the boys.
They will not select one for his
ability to swear, smoke cigarette,
stand around tho church doors
\ and when they get fully scented
'up go inside and disturb the wor
shippers by whispering to their
chums and gazing over the con
gregation, or their ability to play
cards or tap a beer keg.
?STo, the "society swell" who is
daft about little social functions
and is happy in the conceit that he
is "just the article" that youug
ladies (iud indispensable on all
occasions, is given the .'glassy
stare" quite as often as the beer
guzzler or cigarette smoker. Busi
ness men have a few looao habits
themselves; but they aro looking
for boys who are as near gentle
men in every ?enae of the word as
they can find, and they aro able
to give the character of everybody
in the city. They arc not looking
for rowdies. When a boy applies
for one of these places and ia re
fused, they may not tell him the
reason why they ?lo not want him,
but the boy can depend upon it
that he's been rated according to
hU behavior. Boys cannot afford
to adopt tho habits and conversa
tion ol the loafers and rowdies if
they ever want to be called to res
Don't Often Occur.
A grey mule dropped dead
Saturday afternoon on the street
in front o? Mr. C. B. Hubbard's
store. (trey mules it is said
dont often die and seldom, if
ever, drop dead.
1 have in my heart a little plant
called reverence, and T go to church
to have it watered onco a week.
A mass meeting of citizens of ?ll
liasses and color will be held in the <
Douri House on Mouday next, May 1,
lt 10 a. m , to ti a usa ct several bu si noes i
matters of importance. Now tanners it i
is up to jou especially,' to turn out and
make one more earnest effort to better
your condition. The condition of the
markets prove that it is your interest
to pull together in this struggle to se*
cure the best prices for your products.
Come out, then Monday and show the
world that you mean what you say.
In union there is strength, united, we
stund, divided we fall, will prove true
i tr this struggle.
Withers-Ervin-Married at the
FirBt Methodist Church in this town
on Tuesday evening at 5 o'clock, by
Rev. T. E. Morns, Mr. Frank C
Withers of Columbia and Misa Laura
Elizabeth Ervin, duughter of Mrs. M.
W. Ervin, a neice of C. M. Weatherly
and a cousic of Senator J. E. McLau
The bridal party left on the evening
train vin Cheraw for a trip north to
be absent two weeks. They will live
Mittle-Spigel-Married in this tonn
Sunday afternoon ut 2, at the home ol
ibo bride's mother Mrs J. Mittle, by
Rabbi Jacob Kleiu of Sumter, Mr
David M. Spigel of Spartanburg and
Miss Daisy Mittle.
Anion ; the visitors in attendance
were Messrs Joe A fa rou and E. H.
Anil of Newberry, Mr. Levy of Au
gusta Ga , and Messrs Sol Weill and
Joe Strauss of Clio.
The happy couple accompanied by
Mr. Joe Spigel. brother nf the groom,
drove over to Cheraw in the evening
when they took the Weat hound S. A
L. train for Columbia enrouto for
The parties who broke into
and robbed Mr. T. C, Hamer's
store recently have been arres
ted and lodged in jail. One of
them is an old offender and an
Easter Duly Observed.
All our chinches had appro
priate services on Easter this
time and each church had de
corations ol' pretty evergreens.
The little ones had an enjoyable
Egg Hunt Friday afternoon.
Special to Cheraw,
Mr. II li. Croi-liind, manager for the
Dramatic Club lins Recured tho promise of
a special train to laka tho Club to Cheraw
thin Friday evening to present "The Little
Miuister." The Clr.b cordially invite? M
many of their trien in us can go to do io.
Thr> f..ro tnr rnnml t*l? " '
WIU Ililli IL Ut IMO Jii:iiin;inviil?
Pharmacy. When yon need any
thing in the DrugStore Ring Phone
Should Be Enforced.
Our Council in the interest of
public safety have wisely enact
ed an Ordinance forbiding fast
driving on our streets, a dan
gerous practice which soeme to
afford some people great pleas
ure even at the risk of running
over some one. We beg for the
safety of women and children
that this ordinance bo rigigly
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT,
TO TIIK MEMORY OK .lOSBl'H II. DAVID, A
M KM DICK OT MAltLBOltO l.ODOK, NO. 88,
A. V., HENNETT3NILLE. S O.
Whereat1, It hun ploadcd Almighty God
tn remove from our midst brother Joseph
II. David, a member of Murlboro Lodgo,
No. SS A, P. M., and whereas it id fit and
proper that we commemorate bia memory,
therefore bo it resolved,
1. That in the death of our beloved
brother this Lodge baa loot an odtoomud
and worthy member.
2. That we deeply mourn bia untimely
and Budden death, which in a rad bereave
ment to li i ii family, a great sorrow to ui,
hin brethren, and a loss uot only to thia
Lodge, but to thin entiro community, for
he was a worthy manon, a kind and fond
husband and pnrent and a ueoful oitiHD
and progressive farmer
3. That wo will fondly cherida his mem
ory, and Htrive to emulate bia many ?nd
4. That a page in our Minute.) be ia.
Bcribod t) hid memory, and a copy of those
reso!jtioi'B bo furnished to his family and
copies to the county papers for publication
J. II. Hudson, -j
T. L. Crosland, \ Committee.
T. C. Hamer, j
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
NOTICE ia hereby given that I will apply
to Ihe Probate Judge of Marlboro coun
ty or. tho 26th day of May 1905, for u flail
dischargo of Quardiun of William II Spear*
and Charlie O. Spears, having filed my final
return this day in said oflico.
ItOBEItT SPEAKS, Guardian
April 2?1, 1905.
WHEN YOU ARK IN NEED
Or anything in my line, don't
forget to call on me, at my place of busi
ness near thc Atlantic Coast Line and the
Soaboard Air Li JU Passenger Depots,
or write me. Cosigns and Prices
furnished on application.
Phone No. 95.
J. W. McELWEE.
January 25, 1905.
HABLBORO BAPTIST UNION.
Dolegntes from the baptist churches
E>f Marlboro county will meet in a fi
Union at Tatum OD the fifth Saturday K
and Sunday in April, The following ^
order of exercise will be carried out: 0
10 to 10.15 Devotional exercises and D
10.15 to 10 30 Reports from churches fl
10.30 to 11.30 The Essential Factor jj
in the Growth of a Chnroh. I
1. The pastor's part- A. T. Rogers I
2. Member's part-M. McLaurin. [j
11.30 to 12,30 Revivals in our j
1. The kind we need-J. J. Lane, t
2. How brought about-S. L. Swope ?
10 to ll The Sunday Behool os an h
Agency of Power. L
Prof. Thackstou. L
11 a. m- Sermon by R. Ford.
Attention Camp llonegnn
The regular meeting of Cump Hene
gau No. 7o6, U. C. V., will be held I j
in the Court House at Renuettsville f
at ll a. m., on the first Monday in ?
May, 1905. .
The annual election of officers will [
be held, and delegates will be chosen j
to represent our camp nt the reunion f
to be held in Louisville, Ky., in June, j
and also the State Reunion, if any is
to be held. :
All comrades will come piepared to !
pay their ?UCB. All in nrrears for '
moro than oue year will be dropped i
from the roll. A full attendance is de- |
sired, as business of importance is to j
' J. B. GREEN, V. C. j
C M. Weatherly, Adjutant.
Watching Tho Farmers Closely.
Thc New York Cotton Market
report stated last Friday that the
market was "weak under further
reports of little reduction in acre
age." Isn't this a significant fact
worth something to thc farmers of
the South? If a mere report of a
decrease or increase in the cotton
acreage is sufficient to raise or low
er the price of cotton in thc New
York market can't the farmers see
what e?'ccta large or small crop
will have on the price of the staple?
If they go foward in thc face of
such facts and plant a big crop of
cotton their policy will be suicidal.
Now Curo for Cnncor.
All surface cancers art; now known to
he curable, by Bueklen's Arnica Silve.
Jas Walters, ol Duffield, Ya., WHICK
"I had a cancer nu my lip for yearn, that
seemed incurable, lill Bueklen's Arnica
Salve healed it, and uow it is perfectly
well." Guaranteed cure for cuts and
burns. 25c nt J. T. Douglas' Diu? Store
nr" ~*;u /?QtHncr home nice
..xvtiig. missed nig DOH, ' "Texas
wood," and "Edwin Goxc's :
Thc King made 2147 pounds per
Bussell big boll 2300 pound per
Texas Wood 2500 pounds per
Coxc's 2G5U pounds per acre.
Please publish it for the benefit
of the farmers, if there is any ben
efit, and oblige.
Z. J. Drake.
Drake, S. C. Mar, 21 1905.
Mr Editor.-The Coxe 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 tl nit will
yield an average of -il pounds of
Lint to every hundred pounds of
seed cotton. He has found none to
beat it, and besides the lint grades
high bringing 2 to 5 cents more on
the market than other cotton. I can
supply seed this season at $1.00 per
E. A. Coxe,
Blenheim, S. C
R. P. D. No. 2.
FREE A8 THE AIR.
CWIN? to thc Charcoal and other ingre
Kellium's 8um Cure
It stimulates and excitea tho digestivo or
gnni* and juices to perform their natural
funetiuini, Thin once dono, you Hoon find
your lifo brightened, your heulih restored,
and your Indigestion rornovnd. Yen, not
like tho artificial or pepsindigcRtivea that
helps only for n time, ourcH permanently
by curing nuturally. Now to provo this,
wo auk you to call mid get a bottle Wo
do not ask you to pay a cent, only to HIIOW
you what wo have, if you uro an unfortu
nate member of tho vast army of dyspep
tics-Buffering with nour stomach, heart
burn, biner', nervouHncBs.
J. T. DOUGLAS,
Apl 20. Druggist.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ESTATE JAMES T, COVINGTON.
NOTICE ia hereby givon to nil parties
having claims of nny kind against tho
Kilato of Jamos T. Cdvington, deceased,
to presont them duly attested, and all in
debted to Bnid catato to maka hninodintn
payment to tho undersigned.
JOSEPH T. COVINGTON,
April i8, 1905. Administrator.
-- Another supply of that S.
H. Molasses, just in, at E. Pow
ers Grocery, at 65 cents.
OUR SPRING STOCK!
HAVIS THU (IOGj)S IOU
Will NOT YOUR TRADE!
COnie ri^xicl See!
We have a ri h treat ?II > tpre for you. Our showing
this Spring will ou loin ny previous occasion. Our
collection has been ?elected . from New York, Bos
ton, Philadelphia nuil lia imore. We have flu; best
that can be Iou;td in .. >\ ji arket.
Our Wi ? iiier y Bepartment.
This Department will be mapaged by Miss NANNIE
STKVENS this season nd you, will hud her as good as
the best. If ; ou .\ ill ? suit with Miss Stevens, you
will get a Hal i v Bonnet up to date and becoming.
Our stock this si aaou too large to enumerate. Re
member you ivilj dlwa 3 lind at our Store some
thing others D N'Y IU Our styles are always ex
clusive, new and uobl
In this Dep. vou will find all of the Stylish
Novelties for s i b ?flOf?. Comprising all the new
Weaves in SILKS .nc )ILB3, EAOLINS, ETAMINES, BA
TISTES. SILK ICJLLS BI K ORGANDIES, and the Most
varied stock ol VA Wash Fabrics in the eily.
The most of . ur reputation on Embroide
ries a nd. Laces. narvels of delicacy & beauty
Radies READ] 0 WEAR garments
We keep the . date slock in the above line
in the city. 1 ll Shirt Waist Suits, Wash
Shirt Waist Suits 1 lists in Silk, Muslin, Batiste
All-Over Nets, V .
IIiivo all yen lian i .. Bt.'make.H to bo hui-White C.iuva*,
TAN, CHAMPAGNE ' .c. Draw Selby & Ort., for Ladies
nuil Children. STE :clobrntad WALK-OVEtt SHOES for
Men and Boys.
WE h?ive A SUIT
Agents for Set
and Kxlrii Knoa l'un
UST FIT YOU. Come now, Sole
that li',. Complete Stock hoys SuitH
leaper than some other:;.
Le, and make MY STORE
kile i ri the city.
Tlutnhiibg yoh jo favors und soliciting
m hm nn
Till "1900" W
VOU AUK RUBBING Y
I Also i lie life ol' Your C
your old ?Vash Board and bi
11 washes a whole Tub fl
as a ?-i ii ide garment, and a g
same on a Wash Hoard.
Thc "1900" Washer is
built on scientific prin
ciples. lt revolves on
itali bearings, which
rendel x die rotary ino- <j*
lion ns* EASY as the Hil
Winds ol' a Hi?li VU
Orado Ricvcle. U
It snvoa Time, Labor,
Money and Clothes- <?
It his no Superior as <4
11 alf* the time, hali the
TEAR ol' I lie Clothes, cai
For further particular:
Machines always in
air attention, please.
WAY. or (lie life of some other woman
an OLD WASH BOARD. Lay asidi
JST AS EASY and JUST AS QUICK
and quicker than you possibly can wa.-di
It washes all kinds anti
grades of materials,
from the finest Laces
lo die coarsest fabric
THAR, or Breaking
Il is guaranteed lo dr
A TRIAL will prov?
all we claim.
, with moro linn Hall' tho WEAR, ami
:ry home that has a "1900" Washer.
nd catalogue, write or call on
>ll Hardware Co.,
M o C O L L , S. C.
Agei:(s for ibis Territory.
This Book Case v
Exposition as bei
Kar pin s Genuin
Easels, Hall .
a gold medal at tito St. Louis
ectional Book case made.
)ardsf Boom Suits,
Vivie WITH AUTOMOBILE
ur vb wu KIO LS,
r Couches and chairs,
-I nm feds
for" Iron Bods,
Springs, 120 spirals, 1,75
to 12.50 for Best
designs anti all grades.
I carry a lull lin?
what you want, wil
and promise you the
March ll, 19?&.
liture. ll" I do not have
lickly. I; solicit your trade
BENN ETT8 VILLE, S. C.
East Side Publio Square.
Mow to Cr etMich!
PLANT MY PROLIFIC CORN. Only 500
bushel? left for seed purposes. $1.60 per bushel f. o. b.,
Lester, S. C.-(To Marlboro and Scotland county Farmers. It
is well worth $5.00 per bushel I gathered last year from 85
to 105 Dushels per acre) aud use "geuuiuo Peruvian Guano."
Guaranteed analysis Phos; Aoid. 8.50, Ammonia 8 30, Potash 2. This is tho bes?
Guano offered the publia In 25 or 30 yours It will lutiko a Mae Top Droossor. As
Nitrate of Soda is so high, tu,U ?R a fino substituto. This Guano is good at bottom
or nu top, and prioe* all right. By commercial value, choapcr than any Guano OD
tho market. If in need of any drop mo a Postal card, und will fill your orders
promptly and causo you to rejoice at Harvest Timo. Only a few hundred Tons left
for this season
B. E. MOORE,
Agent Marlboro & Scotland Counties
March 16, 1904. Benneltsville, S. C., R. F. J), 4.
IS & 1?S?ES?.
Practical Pharmacist and Dealer in
ure E^rugs and patent Medicines.
WE ALS ? CARRY
TOILET and Paney Articles,
PER F UHM Ell Y, SOAPS,
S TA TIONA ll Y and S UP PL
BRUSHES of all kinds.
VARNISH and STAINS.
LAMPS, SHADES, Etc.
FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours
and guaranteed to be of the Purest Drugs and at
A full line Garden Seed <&, Onion Sets.
Thankful for paht patronage yours fer a prosperous new year.
J T, DOUGLAS,
Jaanuiy 1. 1905. AT THE OLD STAND
Do you waiat the best Hay Press
that has ever been on our
We have a car Load of them and
are selling them at $60 each.
lire to see me
7wo O ?i
w GUNJIN ss, And 100 SETS Of
.Mt of which 1 mn going
It will be to your interest to see me before
buying any o? these.
Si;nt 8, 1904.
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UL27 iKTo-^T^ Liine
-THE DIRECT WAY
BENNETTS VILLE & CHER AW R. R.
AIR LINE RAILWAY.
Leave Bonnettsville *7.05 a. m., 7.00 p. m.
Arrive Oheraw S.10 p. m.
DAILY KX0EPT SUNDAY.
* Direct connections at Oh o raw with through trainB to
tho North, East, Sonth aud West.
The short linc and quickest time lo Wilmington, Charlotte, Atlanta,
Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, ?vew York,
Boston, Buffalo, Pittsburg and all points North and East.
Thc fhort line and quickest tinto, to Columbia, Savannah, Jacksonville, |y
Tampa. Montgomery, New Orleans and all points South and West.
Foi further information call on J. T. MEDLIN, agent Henncttsvilie & ?5
Oheraw R. lt.. henncttsvilie.S. C., or address lt. h. BURROUGHS g$
T. P A.. SKABOARD Ant LINE RV., Columbia, S. C. fc3
0UARLB3 F. STKWART, A. G. i>. A., S.A.I., Hy. Savannah, Ga. jg
Makes poor horses and mutes fat without bloating. It
docs this by first thoroughly cleansing thc system of
all impurities, allowing perfect assimilation of food,
thereby creating solid muscle and fat.
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 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 of a century's
experience. It is easily the foremost remedy in its class on the
American market to-day. Price 25 cents package.
SMITH NEWTON, Bonnette ville, S. C
MoCOLL DRUG CO., McColl, S. O.
OFKR-J: Up-Btair? iu Crosland Building,
BBNNBTTSVIijIiE, 8. C.
B. II. NEWTON, JENNINGS K. OWENS.
NEWTON & OWENS,
Attorneys at Law,
BENNETTS VILLE, ?o. OA.
Offices Over Plasters National Bank.
. Attorney at Law,
' Benoettsvillo, S. O.
Otfico on Darlington streot near Posta
Telegraph offico. January, 1899.
Attorney at Law and
Offloe in Court House.
I E. C. MORRISON,
I Electrician . - Maohinist,
BENNETTS VILLE, S. 0.
O. BOX 98. PUONE 111.
I Contraotor for Elcolrioal work and dealer
in Electrical supplies. Hot Air Pump
ing Engines and Gas Engines installed.
Pipo-fiitting and general machine work.
August 20, 1903.
I 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 ouly 10 cents.
Heinze's "White Wine Vinegar
I for pickling.
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sumption. Accept no substitute. Insistonhav
ing REVIVO, no other. It can be carried in vest
pocket. By mail, $1.00 per package, ia piala
wrapper, or six for S3.00, with a positive writ?
ton guarantee to cure or refund the moosy ia
every package. For free circular address
Royal Medicine CO.^CAOO?*
For sale hy J. T. Douglas.
BennettB\ i 1 le, S. C.
AND CURE THE LUNGS
OUGHSand 50c & SI .00
OLDS Freo Trial.
Sorest and Quickest Curo for all
THROAT and LUNG TROUB
or MONEY BACK.
1 RADE W1ARHS
Anyono Bonding i\ okotrli and dPHCrlntlon mny
lutckly nficoriftln our opinion freo whether au
Invention ls probably Patentable. Communie?.
Unna M net ly i . mil.lent lal. H4K0B00K on I'lltcnU
Dent freo. Oldest nijonry f r securing patents.
I'atonts taken through Munn ,fc Co. receive
rprclul nut ice, without Charge, lu tho
A harmonicly Illustrated weekly. I.nrneit cir
culation of any Bclontltle Journal. MVrn.n, f 3 a
roar; four months, fl. Hold by nil newndealcrs.
Branch OTlce. G25 F KU. Washington, IV C.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
SEABOARD Air Line RAILWAY,
Tho Seaboard Air Line Hy sched
ule was changed on January 10th.
Trains leave Cheraw.S. C., as follows:
Northbound No 60 nt 8:05 a. rn.
No 50 nt 9:24 p. m.
Southbound No 57 at. 8:05 a. m.
No 27 at 10:40 p.m.
Tho Bennettsville and Oheraw R.
R., leaving Bennettsville nt 7.05 a.
m., connect with No (iii and No 57.
The afternoon tinin leaving Ben
nettsville at 7 p. m. gives Bennetts
ville people an opportunity to take
tiains No 50 and No 27.
FOR SALE 2
A Uicyclo for a lady or Gents
color Black or Blue with 28 in
wheels and rubbor tires.
5 ' :." S. J. Poarson.