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. A*.BROWN - - - Editor]
Friday May 5, 1906.
One year.f 1.00
CAMP HENEGAN No. 766'
The annual meeting of Camp lien
egan was held in the Court House on
Monday May 1,1905, and was called
to order by Lieut Commander J. li
Oreen. Adjutant C. M. Weatherly
called.the roll and annual dues were
paid in. , The attendance was large
with encouraging interest. The fol"
1 ming were elected officers for the
J. B. Green, Commander
P. M. John, 1st Lieutentant
F. Manning, 2d Lieutenant
D. D. McColl, 3d Lieutenant
C). M. Weatherly, Adjutant
Rev. J. G. Richards, Chaplain
Dr. J. L. Napier, Surgeon
The followiug were elected delegates
to the Btate reuuion-time and place
not yet named-Elmore Allen, J. K
Fletcher, H H Newton. Each dele
gate was authorized to oelect his own
The followiug were elected delegates
to the national reunion, at Liouiaville,
Ky., J. B. Green, A. E. Bristow and
Capt Frank Manning. Alternates E.
Allen, ilugh McCollum, A. J. Math
The standing committee heretofore
.appointed to look after thc erection ol
? 'monument to our dead comrade*
v ns continued, and the aunt of $000
rn'ised, und added to thc fund now in
hand for this purpose.
The following Tribute ol respect tc
the memory of Mon. C.S. McCall oui
lute Commander was offered by Capt
C. D. Easterling, mid adopted by a
rising vote :
Whereas, in tba inystcrQUB but wiso ?ir
pe>t)Balion of Divino providence, our late
'b^Cutnjaaudor, G. 8. MCCALL ban boen tak
en from IIB by death sudden aud uncxpect
ed; aud whereas it behooven UH to place on
r< cord ovidonco of our love and esteem
for our departed Comrade; Therefore bc
it by ibo veterana of Camp Ilenegan Na
766 of tho United Confederate Voterons,
1 That in Ibu doatb of tho Hon. C. S,
McCall this Camp bas lost il? nblo, efficient
and bolorcd Commaudcr. -nod gallant com
2 That wo deeply mourn our groat loss
fur be was a bravo soldier, a patriotic cit
izen, a hero in war, und in peace waa over
ready to struggle for the beet interest of
tho people aud State-his public courso
WUB marked by unflinching-fidelity to duty
to bin conatitucuts and to tho welfare of
3 That by bis attention to business,
iii? strict economy, fair dealing with his
fellowmen, and integrity in all commercial
. aud business transactions, ho achieved sue
% ot-MI, and his lifo should bo an inspiration
jv* tn tho young engaged in industrial and
prautial affairs, for he fought thc irreot
b-.ttlt. iif lifo fan.) ;.>>.:.l.r io weiiltt
uu;] ?riinded, :n<v lu ' i- vi. tor]
lim exercise o? t!v.r,c MUM- ' rh:?.
uct*r;?bi0b Viii A, Ol . r-l
m.:iu?u tu lim muiuury, auu a copy Ot tbCSO
resolutions be furnished to his family and
copies for publication in the County paper?
bo given to tho editor?
C. D. Eastcrling.
t.""' There being no further business the
J. B. GREEN, Commander
jg C. M. WEATHERLY, Adjutant
A SHOCKING DEATH.
Stonewall Jackson McTnnis Killed
-- At a Saw Mill.
?T?legram to Mr Simeon Mclnnis
lasi Thursday altcrnoon hrought the
sad news that his youngest brother, Mr
Stonewall Jackson, who lor ihe last 3
years has hcen limning the engine at
Mc Fall's Saw Mill near Raitord, N. C ,
was tearfully scalded and otherwise in
jured by thc explosion of a boiler at the
above named mill about U o'clock.
.Messrs Ii. F, Billiard and James Mc
lnnis went up Eriilay morning anti re
mained with lum until Saturday evening
Mr. Bullard says as soon as he saw his
distressing condition he had no hopes of
his recovery, although the attending
physicians said he was not fatally injured
He lingere?! until Monday morning at
8 o'clock when death relieved him ol his
Messrs Simeon Mclnnis, li. F. Bullard
and Elbert Odom went up Monday
altcrnoon and remained until alter the
tunera! Tuesday, which took place at
thc Chisholm graveyard at 10 o'clock,
Rev. McLaurin of the Presbyterian
church conducting the service.
He leaves a wife and two children-a
boy 6 and a girl 3 years old, two sisters
Mis. B. F. Hullaid and Mrs. Elbert
Odom, three brothers-8. J.. J. A ol
Marlboro and one older living in another
HOW ACCIDENT IIAl'PBNEU.
About 2 o'clock Thursday, after coming
from dinner Mr. Molnnis said he turned on
two gages of water und after putting in
nome, wood was standing in front of the
finiiaee. door, when without a sound there
wu? a sudden giving away of tho stay bolts
kt a patch on tho trout of thc boiler which
neut out a volume of steam strong enough
to piok liiiii up <u man of 200 lbs> and
throw bim 35 jurds against soma frame
work; breaking his left arm in two places,
abuvo and below thu elbow and knocking
Hhouldcr out of pluce, bosidos a sovcro
brui; e on the hip. Tho steam covered him
n> d he waa foarfully scalded in addition
to tho bruises, and said he felt Uko bo was
burning up inside, lie could tako no nour
??Lment except a little milk.
A STRONG WISH
The ridgefield Advertiser says:
" Would that Jack Frost could
with one fell swoop reduce the cot
ton acreage to the extent that lil
lias the poach crop. By such an
act that grizzly old gentleman
would prove himself to he a great
benefactor. Such a seeming dis
aster w-uild bo a real blessing-bet
ter cultivate hall* ?1 crop and re
ceive full price than to cultivate a
full crop and receive half [?rice.
Sunday School Conference Y,
The Annual meeting ot our Sunday
School Conference will be held at Heb.
ror on the Second Friday and Saturday
in May,'ir and 13th inst.
The purpose of this Conference is to
discuss questions that are ot vital impor
tance to t iv Sunday school, and there
tore to the church. To afford the Sun
day School workers throughout the
county an opportunity of interchange
ing their ideas, thoughts and plans ol
work. To give each other the benefit
ot their experiences
This being the intent of the conference
it is the duty of every preacher, super
intendent, teacher and in tiuth every
one interested in Sunday school work
to be present. Every school is intitled
to two delegates. Trie ofiicers ol the
several schools are exofficio members.
If there are Schools that have" not yet
elected delegates, kindly do so at once
and exact a promise Irom them to at
The preachers, officers ol the confer
ence and trie big hearted hospitable
people oi Hebron are expecting and
praying tor the largest most successtul
and beneficial meeting in the history ot
Then, all who can, come and contri
(bute to its success.
P. A. HODGES.
District Mceting\of tho VV. P. M.
S. of Marion District
[n the thriving little town of Latta on
the Wilson Short Cut R R.. the W. F.
F. M. Society ol Marion District con
vened April 28-30.
The town was so named tor the civil
engineer who laid off the road. The
name Bethea would have been most ap
Sr?priate, for the place abounds with
?etheas. Here we met Rev, Sam Be
thea, whose grandftaher was the nucleus
, of Methodism in Marron county, and his
father was a local Methodist preacher ;
he was to Marion what the late Rev. W
K Breeden was to Marlboro. We find
Methodism alive with three methodist
parsonages next to each other-with the
Baptist within a stone's throw ot these.
! Near this place was the home of thc
. late Governor Ellerbe, and ot congress
man J. E. Ellerbe.
The meeting opened Friday'evening,
Mrs WAIT, Cont. Vice Pres. presiding
The sessions throughout were spiritual
. ano interesting. Thirty-tour delegates
! were present, with reports from their
individual societies. Mrs J. C. Campbell
District Secretary and Mrs E S. Her
bert were present, Revs. J. W. Airial,
J. ll, Thacker, Sam Bethea, Mr. Bailey
i ot the Presbyterian church and Rev. L.
: F, Beatty ot Nashville, Tenn., added
much to the interest of the meeting by
their hearty cooperation and talks.
Mr. Thacker's sermon on Sunday was
a masterly effort and will be productive
ol much good, also the appeal tor miss
ions on Sunday evening by Rev. Beatty
ol Nashville. Mesdames Wait, Herbert
and Congressman Ellerbe addressed the
children Sunday atternoon in a mass
From the Dist. Sec'y report we find
Marion District still the Banner District
ot the State. During the past year
$2058.05 has been collected for missions
Irom the Adult and Juvenile Societies
Lile members 4?
Amt contributed lor dues $451 54
Amt contributed for olterings 119 45
Amt contributed tor scholarship 350 00
Amt contributed lor New Work 580 00
Amt Ointrihliti.fl Inr ivnsnco (im/l ftc ">-?
.J_LlliUihtt IUI UUCS $240 90
Amt contributed tor oh*erings 56 92
Amt contributed for scholarship 85 00
Amt contributed tor missionaries 71 00
Amt contributed for e- pense lund 4 50
Amt contributed for Lectureship 6 00
Total $464 32
103 Advocates are taken and
190 Little Workers
Mnftins was chosen for the next place
May 3, 19O5. SEC.
BSgT" Insurance and Real Es
tate our specialties. Attention
given to collection of rents.
CROSLAND & TYSON
"The Insurance Men.'
Letters add refuted to tho following mon ed |
pcruouB remain uucallod for at tho post j
I office ia Bennottevillc :
Mrs Saliie white, Mrs Ida Philips,
Mrs E. L. Kl bott.
Sam Marks who was sentenced
to hang at Darlington to-day will
not hang. The Governor upon re
commendation of Judge Aldrich
commutes the sentence to life im
Now Curo for Cancor,
All surface cancers ure now known to
bc curable, by Bucklen'a Arnica Salve,
.his Walters, ol Duffield, Va., writes:
'1 liad a cancer on my lip for years, that
seemed incurable, till Bucklcn's Arnica
Salve healed it, and now it is perfectly 1
well." Guaranteed cure for cuts and
burns, ??c at J, T. Douglas' Drug Store
We are still getting some nice]
at W. M. Rowe's
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
NOTICE ia hereby giyon that I will apply
to the Probatp Judgo of Marlboro coun
ty on tho 26th day of Moy 1905, for^t final
d?charge of Ouardian of William U t?pear?
und Charlie O. Spoarn, having filed my final
return tho- day in Raid oflioe.
ROIJEItT SPEARS, Ouardian
April 26, 1905.
WHEN VOU ARE IN NEED
Or anything in my lino, don't
forget to call on mc, at my place of busi
ness near thc Atlantic Coaitt Line and the
Soaboard Air Li.ie Passenger DepolB,
or write mc. Designs and Prices
furnished on application.
Phone No. '.?:?.
J. Wi MoELWJSE.
January 25, l'JU?.
Report of County Supervisor for 18t Quarter Ik ?05 j|
WHAT \ : Ii
WARRANTS DRAWN ON ORDINARY FUND FIRST QUARTER 1905.
TO WHOM VAID.
Jan 6 J W Odom, 788
Alex Quick. 789
J B Green. " 790
Brightsville Mer. Go., 791
E W Goodwio, 792
G W Waddill, 793
? L Hamilton, 794
Walker, Evans & Qa. 795
The State Co., 796
T C Ch?tia, 797
D N Fowler, 798
Charles Odom, 799
J C Clark, 800
Jacob Isaacsonn, 801
C F Covington, 802
W W Irby 803
F M H?DBUD, 804
Bvid Townsend, 805
J H Fte. 803
J D Hayes 807
D J Odom, 808
J H Thomas. 809
M E Brigman, 810
irby & Quick 811
J F Willis, 812
Bank of Marlboro, 813
A C L Ry Co., 814
P A McKellar, 815
Jan 23 C M Smith, 1
Sinking Fund Cora'u, 2
J C Clark, 3
Feb 3 M Mittle. 20
J C Stanton. 21
So Bell Tel Si Tel Co, 24
Bank of Marlboro, 25
J T Medlin, 23
ACL Ry Co , 27
T L Crosland, 28
U S Grant. 30
Milton Mc Lu o i in, 31
Geo W Waddill, 32
K J Hubbard, 33
Dr. J. F. Kinney, 34
J T Dough s 35
J D Hayes, 3(5
C I Sherrill, 37
Excel Hdw Co , 43
W L Stanton, 44
^ J H Thomii8, 45
W M Atkiusou, 46
W B Thompson, 47
R L McLeod, 48
M E Coward, 49
J B Greeu, 50
Z T Pearson, 51
C D Eastorliug, 52
A C Pearson, 53
Richard Cain, 55
Strauss & Co 53
C F Covingingtou. 57
J M Jackson 58
J C Stanton, 50
17 Bank of Marlboro, 70
T I Rogers, . 71
T W Bouchier, 72
W W Irby, 73
Milton McLauriu, 74
W P Breeden, 75
Mch 3 So Bell Tel Co., 7(i
J T Medlin 77
J R O'Neil, 78
CD Odom, 79
I M Bounds, 82
Dr JA. Fa iso o, 83
Marlboro Democrat 84
J H Thomas, 85
Sol Brown, 86
P A McKellar, 87
M E Coward 88
WL Stan ton. 89
<i li Green, ''i
O A Bi-own; . ,: \Y...
.iv> n - iv iii;
lilian Ucl. lUiirtu, : V
Constable salary (5 ?0 00
work ou public road 2c 30
conveying lunatic 1 i 88
merchandise 1"' 38
corn aud work on road 2 ; i'U
comfortn for convicts i! 97
pauper claim 4 9'J
stationery account 19 '
freight on stationery 1 ll
magistrate constable 10 00
pauper claim 12 00
constable ?alaiy 10 10
repairing public road 61 80
pauptr claim, 2 00
coroner's salary 16 35
Magistrate's salary . . 8
Lumber account 4 60
Collin for Pauper 3
pauper cairn 54 I ?
loca ti road 1 '
jury aud witness 15' 55
claying roud 20 !?f
lumber claim ' 4 3??
pauper claim H1 ?C
oats for county Btock 3(; .
freight account IC 2-1
pauper claim ll .'
road work 15
borrowed money 630C
cluyiug ro-ul 3i
blankets for convicts ? .
road work 3(
oowrt house phono
draft for oats 1'
coal for court house 5<
magistrate's salary 1'
pauper claim ?
comforts for convicts
physician, lunacy &i 1?
merchandise account '
pauper claim 5i
salary &c 2!
merchandise account, 15'
salary &c 51
salary &e , 2(
hauling coal ll
hauling on road lt
salary &c, 64
conveying lunatics 3c
pauper claim 7*.
magistrate's salary 1(3
pauper claim 21
rtpair work o'
merchandise account 10
coroner claim, 12
pauper c'aiin 138
road work 53
borrowed money 2951
atty fees Ac 34
attorney fees 3'i
magistrate account 4
lunacy account <
mule ami com 107
rent on court house phone S
for sewer pipe 28(
claying road 40?
lumber account .
repair work 14
lunacy account !
printing accouut, 2?
salary and stamps 2$
mattress for guards
merchandise account 29
salary account 91
Bular? <""' ot?tior
p&upet >...;.ir.. "' ''' . '--''^v
ii xx .jennings 127
A J Bristow, 128
R C Powe, 129
John W Thomas, 130
J W Odom, ;31
J li Green, 132
J F Townseud, 133
F P Tatum Soos 144
R D Atkinson 146
C A Moore, 147
J A Drake, 148
Jessie Jones, 149
John B Hinson, 150
Pee Dee Advocate, 152
D D Stubbs, 153
J C Moore, 154
L M Evana, 155
insui ance account 140'
insurance account 14 .
Coiiiu for pauper 3 .
collin for pauper 3 '
constable's salary 0'i
conveying and expenses 18 !
pauper claim 5 <
purchase of mule 150 1
repairing pump at jail 2 i
pauper claim 12 <
wood account 4 .
guarding convicts 30 i
guarding convicts 20 t
printing accouut 28
magistrate's salary 8 .'.
lunacy accouut 5 (
pauper claim 4 (
[CONCLUDED NEXT WUIOK ]
OFFICE OF Co SUPT. OK EDUCATION,
BenncttBville, S. C., May I, 1905.
THE regular spring Exaruiuatiou for
Teachers' Certificates will he held
iu the Court House at Benuettsville
on Friday May 19tb 19??. The ex
amiuation will begin promptly at 9
a. in , and all applicants should he on
hand at this time.
All applieauts not known to some
member of the County .board of Ed
ucation, are required to furnish testi
monials as to moral clniracter.
\V. L STANTON,
Chm'n Co. lld ot Ed.
ALL persons ate hereby forbiddeu
to trespass in any manner on ruy
lu du or lands nuder my control-and
especially hunting, fishing, &c.
B. Edwin Moore
May 4, 1905.
Sumter had a heavy hail storm
?Otting Kid Ol' liais.
A FARMER sr.ys that ho rid hie
farm of rats in the following muri
ner: On a mini? cr ol' pinces of
shingles I put about a teaspoonful
of molasses, on that a small qtiun
tity of concentrated lye, mid then
put the old shingles around un
der tho cribs. The next morning
1 found some fiorty dead rats, and
the rost left to parts unknown. I
have learned of several farms that
have been rid of the pests in tho
same way, and novcr knew it to
No man sees himself truly except
in tlic light (d'(rod's presence. One
of our greatest needs to-day is thc
need of deeper reverence. No mere
surface ceremony can supply tiie
lack; it can only come through
the consummiug fire of Gods pres
ence, which with its cleansing, quick
ening power, drives away our petty
pride und foolish frivolity.-\V. Ci.
FREE A8 THE AIR.
GWING to thc Charcoal ?nd other iugr
KeMraa's Suire Ciare
It stimulates and excites the digestive o
j ganu and juices to perform their natur
functions. Thiti once dono, you soon fin
your life brightened, your health restore*
and your Indigestion removed. Yes, n
like the artificial or pepsin 'digestive! th
lu-]PH only for u time, cures permanent
la curing naturally. Now to provo th)
\ki auk you to call and got a bottle. Vi
do not ask you to pay a cent, only to sho
you what wo have, if you aro an unforti
nato member of tho vast army of dyspe|
tic?-Buffering with sour .stomach, heart
burn, blues, nervousness.
J. T. DOUGLAS,
A pl 20. ? Druggist.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ESTATE JAMBS T. COVINGTON.
NOTICE is hereby givon to all partit
having claims of any kind against th
H?tate of James T. Cdviugton, deceases
to present them duly attostcd, aud all in
debted to said estate to inuko immediatt
payment to tho undersigned.
JOSEPH T. COVINGTON,
April iS, 1905. Administrator.
- A not liter supply of th:it S.
II. Mulnsses, just in, at E. Pow
ers Grocery, nt (if> cents.
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
EST?T ic Ei.i/.uticTit SMITH
HAVING filed in tho Probato Judge's ?f
rico of Marlboro county my final re
turn as Adimiiit-tratar of lvitute Hl'/..ibrih
Smith, Notice is i.'iveii that I will apply to
said Court of Prohato ou tho 29th day of
May, 1905. for a final dischargo as such
S. J. ADAMS, Adm's.
Apr 29, 1905.
IM SPRING STOCK!
li HM THU GOODS YOU
WHY NOT YOUR TRAPE?
COme a,J3.c3. See?
We have a rich treat in store for you. Our showing
I ? Spring will outclass any previous occasion. Our
Ci : lection <hns been selected from New York, Bos
t< ii, Philadelphia und Baltimore. We have the best
t can be found iii any market.
)ur Millinery Department.
'his Department will be managed by Miss NANNIE
;VENS this season, and you will lind her as good as
lm best. If you will consult with Miss Stevens, you
. I get a Hal or Bonnet up to date and becoming.
( ?ur stock this season is too large to enumerate. Re
nber you will always find at our Store some
ng oth?rs DON'T HAVE. Our styles are always ex
3ive, new and nobby.
i n this Depn .'tmertt you will lind all of the Stylish
v velties for spring of 1005. Comprising all the new
VC8 in SILKS, and VOILE3, EA0LIN3, ETAMINES, BA
TES. SILK MULLS. SILK ORGANDIES, and the Most
.. lied stock of White and Wash Fabrics in the city,
'he most of you know our reputation on Embroide
? and Laces. They are martels of delicacy & beauty
lidies READY TO WEAR Garments
Ve keep the only up to date stock in the above line
i Aie city. Ladies Silk Shirt Waist Suits, Wash
? rt Waisfr Sitings,' Shirt waists in Silk, Muslin, Batiste
-Over Nets, Lace, &c.
ivo all yru can ask for in tho hCHt makofl to be hnd-White Cunva",
, CHAMPAGNE, PAT. KID. Ssa. Drew Selby & Co., for Ladies
Children. STETSON, aud the celebrated WALK-OVER SHOES for
? have A SUIT THAT WILL JUST FIT YOU. Come now, Solo
AK'WU for S.:blo8H tiros. Snits that lit. Complete Stock Boys Suitu
ixtra Knee Punt?. Wc sell cheaper than some others.
OME ONE, .COME ALL, and make MY STORE
tr Headquarters while in the eity.
:i uki ng-poiv for ptt,sl favors twill soliciting
C. B. CROSLAND CO.
.ich 30,1005. . Bennettsville, S C.
m %k? >VMW!? . S mm ?
mu wi\m\m ?/ivho lAuMfinl? civilis,
?% Sk AA AAAAA A A AAA A AA A A AA AA A A AA A A A A A A A AA A A AAA^
USEWIFE : Your i ttention, please.
RUBBING YOUR LIFE AWAY, or the life oi some other woman,
; lifo ol' Your Clothes, by usinii an OLD WASH BOARD. Lay aside
..sh Board and buy you a "11)00" Washer,
a whole Tub lull of clothes JUST AS EASY and JUSTAS QUICK
irmcnt, and a good deal easier, aud quicker than you possibly can wash
roi ?i ry ino
SY as the
lt washes ult hindu and
(trades of materials,
i'roui the finest Laces
to thc coarsest t'abtic
TEAR, or Hrcaking
It is guaranteed to do
A TRIAL will prove
all we claim.
?mc. half the work and worry, with more than Half tho WEAH, and
io Clothes, can bc saved in every home that basa "1900" Washer.
ber particulars, or for prices and cataloeue. write or call on
The Mc Coll Hardware Co.,
al wa vs in Stock
MCCOLL, S. C.
Aleuts for this Territory.
. month of May the following prices will
Be Current at my Store.
Quartered Oak Swell Front, Toilet
to Washstand $f><> 00, now
JITS, Quartered Oak Toilet to Washstand,
JITS, Oak with Toilet lo washstand, $40, now
JITS, Oak $25 now
SERS, 24x30 F B Glare, $12.50 now
'SERS, 18x20 F B Glas*. *7 :'.() now
?SERS, 18x20 American Glass, $ti 50 now
SERS, I2z20 American Glass, $.r, 50 now
LEATHER GOUGH, $37 50 now
LEATHER ARM CHAIR, 30 00 now
H KU GOUGH io 00 now
PARLOR SET, 3 pieces, 15 00 now
MAUOGONY DBBSSERS. 20 0(1 now
IA KT IO RIO I) OAK DRESSERS, ls no now
I MAPLE DRESSERS, 2000 now
. li inches -high, ;") 50 now
?i au low as $1 7.r) Folding Noiseless, all wire spring*.
TRESS, (ho-t) 15 00. now lo .Ott : Kolt Mattresses 12.50 now
!' i RESSES, io tit) ?ow 7 ;'.(?; 1ROM BEDS 10 00 now
.5. 7 50 now ti 00 ; Iron Bods .? 00 now
HOBE, K B Glass Front, 25 00 now
T IM NH 27 cents now 20o; China Malting 20 ctn now |;"> ctn
MA'ITIN'G 30 ctn now 22ots; J4panoso Malting 25u now IS els
.lapune-e Matting 20 ct s n uv I5ct??.
ED CARPET LIN INO, 85 eta nor Roll, 50 yards
J ROOK. QASE?, 1 S'tetiouj and Dr.iwors at bottom. $25 nov l"( 50
'' , , " I Sections 15 ot) now 12 no
iOAKDS now 17.r)ii; Oak Sido Hards lfion uow *ll 00
ces on some of tlie leading articles, but th?se CUT
ill apply to all my stock. The cut sales are for Spot
ing to be charged.
Hinno the INSTALLMENT BUSINESS as usual,
j timo to buy Furniture at Lower Prices than ever
BENNETTSVILLE. S. C.
East Sido Public Square.
. nf "-rrvirfir'wi.
Practical Pharmacist and Dealer in
P%c |?)nigs' end patent jjjjgcdicifles.
WE ?LSD C?PRY
TOILET and Fancy Article*,
STATIONARY and SUPPLIES
BRUSHES of all kinds.
VARNISH and STAINS,
LAMPS, SH A DES, Etc."
<w_FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO, ^
.e^" Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours
and guaranteed to be of the Purest Drugs and at
A full Une Oarden Seed & Onion Sets.
Thankful for past patronage yours for a prosperous new year.
J T, DOUGLAS.
Jaanuiy 1. 1900.
AT THE OIiD STANS
WE HANDLE BARGAINS TOO. '
NO USE TO WORRY, BUT COME RIGHT* ?? TO
?F YOU .w^a.Ta'a?
Dry G-oous* Clothing, Shoes, Notions W
And Fancy Groceries.
I?S"* Fresh Water Ground MEAL and HOMINY a specialty.
We Keep a full line in each Department and will 611 your Wanta in eaoh
AT THE LOWEST PRIChS.
When you come to Town call and see us. Phone orders in town delivered
FRi?E, and satisfaction guaranteed.
Call and seo us-Near Douglas1 Drug Store.
NHL HARDWARE OF EVERY
Do you waint the best Hay Fress
that has ever been on our
We have a car Load of them and
aro eolUMrt" ? *. CD?Zf\ oft
c bi y. a 3 OG OY, a. WAG-ON
_MESB,.]J e nure to see axe
I Have just Received Two Oar
Loads of BUGGIES, One Oar
WAGONS, And 100 SETS Of
It will be to your interest to see me before
buying any ol these.
Sent 8, 1?04.
Our JSTG^TV Hiine
-THE DIRECT WAY
BENNETTS VILLE & CHER AW R. R.
AIR LINE RAILWAY.
Leave Bennettaville *7.05 a. m., 7 00 p. m.
Arrive Cheraw 8.10 p. m.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
* Direct connections at Cheraw with through trains to
the North, East, South and West.
Thc short line and quickest time lo Wilmington, Charlotte, Atlanta,
Raleigh, Richmond; Washington. Ballimore, Philadelphia, New York,
Boston. Buffalo, Pittsburg and all points North and East.
Thc short line and quickest time to ColuniLiu, Savannah, Jacksonville,
Tampa, Montgomery, New Orleans and all points South mid West.
Vox further information call on J. T- MEDLIN, agent HViinuttsville Sc
Ohbraw R. lt.. Bcnncttsvillc.S. C., or address lt. L. BURROUGHS
T. P AM SEAno.vni) AIR LINE RV., Columbia, S. C.
CHARLES P. STEWART, A. 0. P. A., S.A.L, Ry, Savannah, Ga.
? Asher ait's
Makes poor horses and mules fat without bloating. It
does 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, the hair sheds, and thc new
coat is always sleek and glossy.
Asheraft's Condition Powders arc packed in doses,
without "filler," and good for horses and mules only.
It is a most powerful tonic and appetizer, being the
formulae of a practical veterinarian of over a quarter of a century's
experience. It is easily the foremost remedy in its class on thV
American market to-day. Price 25 cents pa cage.
SMITH NEWTON, Beunettsville, S.
MCCOLL DRUG co., Mccoll, S. o.