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t?. A. BUOWN - - - Editor
Friday A?ril 28, 1905.
Ono year.$ 1.00
?PEN AND S CIS SOR GRAPHS
Thc Marion people are working
for the railroad from Bennettsville
Calvin Smith formerly of this
county died near Grant's Mill
?D Chesterfield, iast week.
The General Assembly of the
Presbyterian Church meets at
Fort Worth. Texas, May 18th.
Sevcyal prominent citizens of
Kershaw have been arrested for
complicity in thc killing of Mor
rison last October.
lt is said that the seventeen
year locust will appear this year]
in several of the Southern States |
in May or June.
There were six applicants at
the Examination on Friday atj
Florence, but none from Marl
The way lo stop safe crack
ilig is never to take one a
prisoner. Dancing in the air
is the only good medicine
Senator Platt of Connecticut!
died last Friday of pneumonia!
contracted at the funeral of |
Senator Hawley in March,
Mrs. halla Power Wingate, a
daughter of Kev. W. C. Power,
died Tuesday in Wilmington and
vas buried in Florence Wednesday.
A Chesterfield jury last week
rendered a verdict for #500 o?
ofc ?si the Telegraph Cempany|
^tailing to deliver a telegram
Bishop Alfred Watson of the
Episcopal church, died at his
boitte in Wilmington ou Friday
Lust, aged 87. Ile was a grand!
A man who has the small pox
and will deliberately walk into
a crowd, ought to be handled
hy the law, and if there is no
law lo handle him a crowd
COURT OK COMMON PLEAS.
The spring term of thc Court of
Common Pleas convened on Mon
day at IO o'clock. His Honor
J uduc Dantzlor on the Bench.
now he gels over ?000.
Thc next*ease was that, of Frank
Haynie against list of N.C. Monroe
for labor, but bc lost his case.
The docket is a full one and court
Mill he busy this term.
Meeting Of U. CT. U.
The U. C. T. U. will meet at
the home ol' Mrs. F. M. Eman
uel Tuesday May 2, 4.30 p. m.
April 27, 1005, Rec, Sec.
Bc vs Aro Watched
When wc seo tho boys on the
streets und in public places, wc ?l
ten wonder if they know that bus
iness men aro watching them. In
every bunk, store, und office there
will soon he a pince for u boy to
fill. Those who have thc mnnuge
ment ol' the affairs of basilicas will
select ono of thc boys.
They will not select one for his
ability to swear, smoke cigaretts,
si und around tho church doors
S and wlien they get tully scouted
'up go inside und disturb thc wor
shippers by whispering to their
chums und gu/.ing over the con
grcgution, or their ubility to play
cords or tup n beer keg.
No, thc "society swell" who is
dnl*t about little social functions
and is happy in thc conceit that he
is "just tho article" that young
ladies lind indispensable on all
occasions, is given the ''glassy
Blare" (tuite as often as thc beer
gu/./.lor or cigarette smoker. Busi
ness men have a few loose hubits
themselves; but they aro looking
fer boys who are as nenr gentle
men in every sense of thc word as
they can find, and they uro able
to give thc charuct^r of everybody
in the city. They are not looking
for rowdies. When a boy applies
for one of these placcB und is re
fused, they muy not tell him the
reusou why they do not want him,
hut the boy can depend upon it
that he's been rated according to
his behavior. Boys cannot afford
to adopt tho hubits and conversa
tion ol thc loafers and rowdies if
they ever want to be culled to res
Don't Oiten Occur.
A grey mule dropped dead
Saturday afternoon on the street
in front of Mr. C. B. Hubbard's
?tore. Grey mules it is said
dont often die and seldom, if
ever, drop dead.
.1 have in my heurt a little plant
called reverence, and J go to church
to have it watered once a week.
Attention Farine, H
A mass meeting of citizens of ali
sl?&BCB and color i will be held in tbe
Court House on Monday next, May 1,
at 10 a. m , to ti ansact several huai ness
matters of importance. Now farmers it
is up to you especially,'to turn out sod
make one more earnest effort to better
your condition. The condition of the
markets prove that it is your interest
to pull together in thia struggle to se
cure the best prices for your produots.
Come out, then Monday and Bhow the
world that you mean what you say.
In union there is strength, united, wo
stand, divided we fall, will prove true
in -this struggle.
Withers-Ervin-Married at the
First Methodist Church in this town
on Tuesday evening ut 5 o'clock, by
Rev. T. E. Morris, Mr. Frank C
Withers of Columbia and Miss Laura
Elizahotb Ervin, daughter of Mrs. M.
W. Ervin, a neice of C. M. Weatherly
and a cousin of Senator J. L. Mclau
The bridal parly left on the evening
train via Cheraw for a trip north to
be absent two weckt). They will live
Mittle-Spigel-Married in this town
Sunday afternoon at 2, at the horneo!
the bride's mother Mrs J. Mittle, by
Rabbi Jacob Klein of Sumter, Mr
David M. Spigel of Spartanburg and
Miss Daisy Mittle.
Anion ; the visitors in attendance
were Messrs Joe A fa ron 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 of the groom,
drove over lo Cheraw in tho evening
when they look the West bouud S. A
L, train for Columbia enroute for
The parties who broke into
and robbed Mr. T. C, Hamer's
store recently have been arres
ted and lodged ir jail. One of
them is an old offender and an
Easter Duly Observed.
All our churches had appro
priate services on Easter this
time and each church had de
corations ol* pretty evergreens.
Thc little ones had an enjoyable
Egg Hunt Friday afternoon.
Special to Cheraw,
Mr. II 0. Crosland, manager for the
Dramatic Club hus Recured Ibo promise of
a special traiu to toko tho Club to Cheraw
thia Friday evening to present "The Little
Minister." The Club cordially invites ??
many of their f rion.is UH CAD go to do so.
Tho f.iro for rninwl t -i.!" *.- -
win nun IL ut Loo iieiiUaLte)vim:
Pharmacy. "When you need any
thing in the DrugStore Ring Phone
Should Be Enforced.
Our Council in the interest of
public sale ty have wisely enact
ed an Ordinance forbiding fast
driving on our streets, a dan
gerous practice which seems 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 THE MEMORY OF .IOSBl*n tl. DAVID, A
MEM1IBII OK MAllLBOIlO l.OOOB, NO. 88,
A. F., BENNETT3NILLE, S C.
Whereat1, It IIIIH pleased Almighty God
to remove from our midHt brother Joseph
ll. David, a member of Marlboro Lodge,
No. SS A, V, M., und whereaa it is Ot and
proper that we commemorate his memory,
therefore bo It resolved,
1. Thut in thc death of our beloved
brother this Lotion has lost an osteemod
and worthy member.
2. That we deeply mourn his untimely
and sudden il. nth, which is a sad bereave
ment to his familv, a groat sorrow to ns,
hi? brethren, ned a loan not only to this
Lodge, but to thin etitiro community, for
he was a worthy ntnsnn, a kind and fond
hushand and parent and a useful cititou
and progressive farmer
3. That wo will fondly chorish his mem
ory, and strive to emulate hin many cud
4. Thut a page in our Minutes be in.
scribed t > his memory, nuJ a copy of these
rusolutioi.R bo furniuhnd to his family and
copies to thc county pupers for publication
J. H. HudBon, \
T. L. Cropland, \ Cemmitt??.
T. C. Hamer, )
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
NOTICE is horcby given that I will apply
to the Probate Judge of Marlboro coun
ty or. thc 26th day of May 1905, for a finsl
discharge of Quarti ian of Wll?um H Spears
and Charlie 0. Spcarn, having filed my final
return thu- tiny io Bald ollico.
ROBERT SPEARS, Guardian
April 26, 1905.
Jfigijjr* WHEN YOU ARE IN NEED
r^" ai Cr anything in my linc, don'l
forget to call on mo, at my place of busi
ness near thc Atlantic Coast Linc and the
Soaboard Air Line Passenger Depots,
or write nie. Designs and Prices
furnished on application.
Phone No. 95.
.J. W. M?SL WEE.
January 2"), 1005.
M ABL BOKO BAPTIST UNION.
Delegates fro tn tho Baptist ch u rohes
of Marlboro county will meet ina
Uuiou nt TatuniNOu the fifth Saturday
ar ?. Sunday in April. The following
order of exercise will be carried out:
10 to 10.16 Devotional exercises and
10.15 to 10 30 Reports from churches
10.30 to 11.30 The Essential Faotor
in the Growth of a Chnrch.
1. The pastor's part-A. T. Roge?
2. Member's part-M. Mclaurin.
11.30 to 12,30 Revivals ia our
1. The kind we need-J, J. Lane.
2. How brought about-S. L. Swope
10 to ll The Sunday school as an
Agency of Power.
11 a. rn- Sermon by R. Ford.
Attention Camp Honegnn
The regular meeting of Camp Hene
gau No. 706, U. C. V., will be held
in the Court Houee at Renuettsville
at ll a. m., on tho first Monday iu
The annual election of oiilcers will
be held, and delegates will be chosen
to represent our camp nt tho reunion
tobe held in Louisville, Ky, io June,
and also the State Reunion, if any is
to be held.
All comrades will come prepared to
pay their dues. All in nrrears for
moro than oue year will be dropped
i from the roll. A full attendance ie de
sired, ne business of importance is to
i be transacted,
! By order,
J. B. G KEEN, V. C.
i C M. Weatherly, Adjutant.
Watching Tho Farmers Closely.
The 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 ii significant fact
worth something to tho farmers of
the South? If a mere report of a
decrease or increase in tho cotton
acreage is su lucien t to raise or low
er thc price of cotton in the New
York market can't the farmers see
what cheeta large or small crop
will have on the price of the staple?
If they go foward in the face of
such facts and plant a big crop of
cotton their policy will be suicidal.
Now Curo for CJnncor,
All surface cancers aro now known to
bc curable, by HUCICIPII'H Arnica Salve.
Jas Walters, ol Duffield, Ya., WHICK
"I had a cancer on my lip for years, that
seemed incurable, lill Buoklon'a Arnica
Salvo healed it, and uow it is perfectly
well." Guaranteed cure for cuts and
burns. 25u at J. 'J'. Douglas' DIUR Store
ysr" ~*:u nanine home nice
..jving. iiitSBoii mg DOH," "lexus
wood," and "Edwin Coxe's :
The King made 2147 pounds per
Russell big boll 2350 pound pet
Texas Wood 2500 pounds per
Coxe's 2050 pounds per acre.
Please publish it for the benefit
of the farmers, if there is any ben
efit, und oblige.
Z. J. Drake.
Drake, S.' C. Mar, 21 1?05.
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 that will
yield an average ol* -ll pounds of
Lint to every hundred pounds of
seed cotton. He hus 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
Lt. F. D. No. 2.
FREE AS THE AIR.'
OWING to tbe Charcoal and other ingre
KellHaMi's Sure Cuni'?
It stimulates and excites tho digcatlvc or
gans and juicos to perform their natural
functions. This onuo done, you Hoon find
your lifo brightened, your hcaldi restored,
?nd your Indigestion removed. Yes, not
liko tho artificial or pepsin digestivos that
help? only for a timo, cures permanently
by curing naturally. Now to provo this,
wo ask you to call and get a bottle. Wo
do not ask yon to pny a cent, only to show
you what wo hove, if you aro an unfortu*
nato member of tho vast urmy of dyspep
tic-Buffering with sour stomach, heart
burn, blues, nervousness.
J. T. DOUGLAS,
A pl 20. Druggist.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
EHTATK JAMBS T. COVINOTON.
NOTICE is horeby given to ull parties
having claims of any kind ugainst tho
Estate of Jumos T. Cdvington, decoasod,
to present them duly attostcd, and nil in?
dobtod to said cstato to maka ?inmediato
paymont to tho undersigned.
JOSEPII T. COVINGTON,
April i8, 1905. Administrator.
-- Another supply of that S. I
H. Molasses, just in, at E. Pow
ers Grocery, at 05 cents.
WU HAVE THU 0 O D S YOU
WHV NOT ?QDR TRADE ?
COi?iie ?;.:^aa.ci See?
We have a ri h treal ni : tore for you. Our showing
this Spring will outclass ny previous occasion. Our
collection has h < o sole* ted from Now York, Bos
ton, Philadelphia nrjcl . '..imore. We have tin. best
that can he found in a r. n arket.
Our Mirimcry Bepartmemt.
This Departi? i il will bo managed by Miss NANNIE
STEVENS this s.?.*? on, md yo?. will find her ns good as
the best. If ; tyn ,. Lil consult with Miss Stevens, you
will get allai i v 13 ip to date and becoming.
Our stock th s< asou too large to enumerate. Re
member you ?viii abva i find at our Store some
thing others Dow' n . Our styles are always ex
clusive, new and ni
In tliis Dep.- ' will lind all of the Stylish
Novelties for s ? i ol ?! ?(j. Comprising all the new
Wcavea in SILKS n: I ?, EAOLINS. ETAMINES, BA
TISTES. SILK IUI BILK ORGANDIES, and the Most
varied stock oi V. Wash Fabrics in the city.
The most of . i ?br reputation on Embroide
ries and^Laces. marvels of delicacy & beauty
. . 0000& --.
jjulics RMI)] 0 WE AB, Garments
We keep the oi
in the city. Ladii
Shirt Waist Sui I s 1
date stock in the above line
Shirt Waist Suits, Wash
lists in Silk, Muslin, Batiste
Hil vu all yt u can i .'
TAN, CHAMPAGNE; '
and Children. ^?E .
Men and Boya.
WE lmvc A SUIT
Agent? for Sci :
and Extra Koo-: Euo
tim SUPPERS; ?
. Rt.'mukcH to bo lrid-Whitu Oanvae,
,c Drew Sulby ?fc Co., for Ladies
selcbrutcd WALK.OVB? SHOES for
UST FIT YOU. Come now. Solo
that ?t. Complote Stock Boya SuitH
leaper than some others.
your Ueadquar i
Th<iii hing yoh / ?
?L, and make MY STORE
: a the city.
favors and soliciting
TUB "WOO" W
VOl' AKIO HUBBTNG Y
X Also the lil- ul Vour Ci
ymir old tVush Bun rd nod bi
lt washes :i whole Tub li
ns u c??ele garment, and a g
.-ame on u Windi Board.
Thc "1900" Washer is
built on scient ?tic prin
ciples, lt revolves on
bull bearings, which
renders lite rotary ino ?
lion ari EASY ns tho HW
Winds of u Hi? h ttl
O radi: Bicvcic. "
It saves Tinic, Labor,
Money and Clothes- ^
It has no Superior as
Ilnlf thu time, hall thc
TEAR of thc Clothes, car
For further particular
Machines always in
February 23, 1905.
\ air attrition, please.
WAY. or tho life ol sonic oilier woman
an <)!?) WASH BOAltl). Lay aside
J ST AS IO AS Y and JUST AS QUICK
aud quicker than you possibly eau wa&li
lt washes all kinda ono
grades of materials,
from thc ii nest Laces
to thc coarsest fabric
THAU, or Breaking
lt is guaranteed to dn
A TRIAL will provt
all wc claim.
, with more thin Half the WEAH, and
iry home that has a ,,1900" Washer.
..nd catalogue, write or call on
>!l Hardware Co.,
M o O O L L, S. C.
Agents for this Territory.
This Book Case v
Exposition us bei
Kar pin s Genuin
(AH "W^fo Noiseless
a gold medal at thc St. Louis
ectional Bonk case made.
lards, Room Suits,
'rivio WITH AUTOMOBILE
Ul Lb WUEEL8,
r Couches and chairs,
Inm leds In SsSSf
for Iron Beds,
Springs, 12D spirals, 1.75
to 12.51) for Best
designs and all grades.
I carry a lull lin.'
what you want, wil
and promise you Hie
liture^ IC I do not have
licitly. t?;solieit vour trade
March 14, 1905. BENNEfTSVILLE, S. C.
Fast feido Public Sfluaro.
Mow to Get Riehl
PLANT MY PROLIFIC CORN. Only 500
bushels left for seed purposes. $1.50 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 DuehOls per acre) aud use "genuine Peruvian Guano."
l?uarantood analysis Dins. Acid. 8.50, Ammonia 8 30, Potash 2. This is tho best
[?uano offen d the publie in 25 qr 30 yours It will inulco a Boo Top Drcessor. As
Nitrato of Soda is so high, (His is a lino substitute. This Guano is good at bottom
3r nu top, and price* all right. By commercial value, ehoapov than any Guano OD
tho market. If in need of any drop mo a Postal card, and will fill your orders
promptly and caaso you to rejoice ut Harvest Time. Only a few hundred Tons left
(br this season
B. E. MOORE,
Agent Marlboro & Scotland Counties
March 10, 1904. Bennettsville, S. C., R. F. D. 4,
Practical Pharmacist and Dealer in
?pure ?rugs and patent Medicines.
WE ?LSD CARRY
STAN I) A lil) MEDICINES,
TOILET and Fancy Articles,
VER F URMEll Y, SOAFS,
STATIONARY and SUFFIAES
BRUSHES of all kinda,
VARNISH and STAINS..
LAMPS, SHADES, Etc.
FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
?sr Prescriptions carefully compounded at all Iwurs
and guaranteed to be of the Furent Uruga and at
A full line Garden Seed &, Onion Sets.
Thankful for punt patronage yours for a prosperous new year.
J. T, DOUGLAS,
Jaanuiy 1. 1905. AT THE OLD STAMD
POR HARDWARE OP EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Do you waet the best Hay Press
that has ever been on our
We have a car Load of them and
are selling them at $60 each.
ru expect > btv: & v ? ' I a WAGON
.>.. /. * . ,;J :. ure to see me
u ti 7wo Oar
Loads : '. FOG One Oar
w ?irUlM ?, And 100 SETS Of
of which 1 am going
It will be to your interest to see me before
biiying any ol these.
Sent 8, 1904.
-THE DIRECT WAY
BENNETTS VILLE ? CHER AW E. E.
AIR LINE RAILWAY.
Leave ?ennottsville *7.05 a. m., 7.00 p. m.
Arrivo Choraw 8.10 p. rn.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
* Direct connections at ChoraW with through trains to
tho North, East, Sooth and West.
The short linc and quickest time tu Wilmington, (Jharlottc, Atlanta,
Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York,
Boston, Buffalo, Pittsburg and all points North and East.
The .-hort linc and quickest tinto to Columbia, Savannah, Jacksonville,
Tampa, Montgomery, New Orleans and all points South aud West.
I ot further information call on J. T. MEDLIN, agent Bcnnettsvilie &
Ohcraw R. lt.. Bonne ttsvillo. S. C., or address R. L BURROUGHS
T. P A., SEABOARD AIR LINE RY., Columbia, S. C.
CHARLES F. STEWART, A. (3. 1?. A., S.A.L, Ry, Savannah, Ga.
Q Asher alfi's
Makes poor horses and mules fat without bloating. It
does this by first thoroughly cleansing the 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, the hair sheds, and the new
coat is always sleek and glossy.
Asher af t's Condition Powders are packed in doses,
without "filler," and pood for horses and mules only.
It is a most powerful tonic and appetizer, being the
formulo 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, Bennetts ville, S. C
MoCOLL DRUG CO., McColl, S. 0.
OFFICE Up Ht ai ru in Cr on] mid Building,
BENNBTTBVILIJE. B. O.
H. H. NEWTON, JENKINOS IC. OWENS
NEWTON <fc OWENS,
Attorneys at Law,
BENNETTS VILLE, ?o. CA.
Offices Over Planters National Bank.
# Attorney at Law,
Bcnnettavillo, 8. O.
Onice on Darlington street near Post?
ITolograpb office January, 1899.
Attorney at Law and
Ollloo in Court House.
E. C. MORRISON,
[Electrician - - MaoMnist,
BEN NETTS VI LEE, 8. C.
O. BOX 98. PHONE 111.
Cont motor for Electrical work and dealer
in Electrical supplies. Hot Air Pump*
ing Engines and Gas Enginos 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
I sauce ouly 10 cents.
Heinze's White Wine Vinegar
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CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
SEABOARD Air Linc RAILWAY.
Tho Seaboard Air Line Ry sched
ule waa changed on january 10th.
Trains leave Cheraw,S. C., aa follows:
Northbound No 60 at 8:05 a. m.
No 60 at 9:24 p. m.
Southbound No 57 nt 8:05 a. m.
No 27 nt 10:40 p. ra.
Tho Bennettsviile and Ohcraw R.
R., leaving Bennettsviile nt 7.05 a.
m., connect with No CO and No,57.
The afternoon tiain leaving Ben
nettsviile at 7 p. ra. gives Bennetts*
ville people an opportunity to take
ttains No 50 and No 27.
A Bicycle for a lady or Gents
color Black or Blue with 28 in
1 wheels and rubber tires.
S. J. Pearson.