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8. kt; BROWN - - - Editor]
Friday Ma? 19, 1905.
Ono year.$ 1.001
Six months.60 '
Th roo months.251
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONFERENCE
rfic seventeenth annual confer
ence bf Methodist Sunday schools of
Marlboro was held at the historic
eh ti reit at Hebron on Friday and
Rev. D. H. Everett in behalf of
Hebron community welcomed the
conference aud Bro. J. F. Everett
of Bennettsville heartily responded
in behalf of the conference.
Bro. P. A. Hodges of Bennetts
ville presided on Friday, and Bro.
Cary T. Fasterling of Beauty Spot,
who is always willing to devote two
days to the success of the conference
presided on Saturday.
Thc attendance both dave, in spite
of the rains and demands at home,
vas fairly Rood, nod the interest man
i eated was indeed inspiring to th*
lleva. McK'ssick, Shuler, Baker,
Morris, Evorctt and (?nick were with
in on Friday and RKVS Baker, Dun?
hip, McLuurin and Everett Saturdaj
und their presence appreciated.
Among thc lay workc s not already
mentioned we hud tho presence of W
!.'. Cross, W. L. Stanton. P. M. John.
A M Fletcher, lt. Cosby Newton, A
I). Itinsoii. J. F. Holton, A. J. Jones.
C. A. Hubbard. E. P. Stanton, E, J
Bruce, NV. W. Bruce and J. D. Hays
On Friday morning wo had some
excellent spirited talks on "How can
the preacher help tho Sunday school?"
?ntl ' The Sunday school ns a "social'
factor in the community/1 that were
J uli of good suggestions. We do wish
v. o could reproduce the talks on the
hi l Subject.
In th:; afternoon "How can the
Sunday school help the preacher," and
"Tho Sunday school ns a "religious"
fueler in I he. community" were im
pressively discussed, uni! the talks
hen rt i ly appreciated.
The slalisliual reports from schools
v ere fuller this year, and showed an
increase of interest in missions and ii
? nuit-illillinna to the Orphanage. The
Rubiest mite in these reports was thal
ol'tho great falling nfl in attendance
of the young men and boys at Sunday
The discussions on Saturday were
the most impressive wo ever listened
ti, i-n "Tlie essential qualification of B
Sunday school Superintendent," and
"The essential qualification of a Sun
day school teacher." We wish thal
wo could reproduce these talks.
The duties ol the Sunday Behool to
mad ? plain
Assistant-C. E. Breeden,
Members of Kx Committee-W. L
.St inti n, Kev. I). H. Everett.
Beauty Spot was imnimously elected
as thc place for nest conference.
It was tlie opinion of very many
that llie conference at Hebron WUB one
of tho best yet held.
The following resolutions closed the
w ? k of the last session nnd were adop
ud by ti lisiug vole ;
In viow of tho fact that tho pooplo of
Hebron and vicinity in a visiblo manner,
mell na by providing Hwcot and ionpiriug
Hone,n, tho d?coration of altar and church
with beautiful evergreens and fragrnnt
Howers and by thc sumptuous supply of
refresh men ts, ha\o entertained the S S
Conference HO baudeomcly, therefore be it
ist. That thia CJI foroi co extend to
the good peuple of thin community its
mint heartfelt thauks for tho very goner
omi and hospitable manner in which it hoc
2nd. That, tho thanks of this confer
ence l> i and the Hame aro hereby tendere
thu t h itr for the sweet nnd soul stiring
music furnished during its sessions.
Resolved further that tho thanks of this
Conference are due nnd nre hereby tender
ed thc oilicors of the same for their faith
ful and cdiciont efforts in bohnlf of tho
Sunday Schools of tho county.
Signed it COSBY NEWTON.
Conference then adjourned with the
Benediction hy Kev. W. Ji McLau
T/?// A ND ?2 CI ii S OH OHA PH ?3
Thu northern and southern Bap
tisis have got together.
Atlanta's $1,000,000 railroad
depot was opened the 13th.
Darlington is working for au
ice house to he ready in August.
Mr. T. C. Moody, a well known
citizen ol' Marion, died on the
Tlie winds and ruins have beon
playing havoc in Texas as well aa
< !apt, I), ll. Wells was stabbed
to death with a pocket knife in
the hands ufa colored man on the
If),(IUD people attended the fun
eral ol Washington Duke lust
Wednesday. The services were
conducted by Kev. John C. Kilgo
nt Durham, N, C,
A Indy funner in Ohio petitions
the governor to allow her to wear
tr o i HO rs (or I ho reason that skirts
make il imposible for her to walk
behind her plough, us they flop 1
around her walking anatomy and
trip her np. She may as well
wear pants us the woman who
bosses the house anti figuratively
wears them every tiny in fbe week i
and Sunday too.-YVil Star.
fttiy" Pipes and Smokers Supplies in
endless variety can he found at J. T
Douglas' Drug Store,
- i. ?n mil ii BBBSSS
Olosin* Exercises Of Beauty
Beauty Spot Academy closed Tues*
day night Nay 9tb, with very inter'
eating and appropriate exercises
About eight-thirty o'clock, people bc*
gan to arrive and before long the lit
tle school-house was filled to overflow?
?og. The exercises began about nine
thirty and continued until after
Two prizes had been offer cd by the |
e ichera to the two pupils who could
write tbe best composition on some
Bible story. Tbe announcement was
not made until Tuesday morning, so
the pupils had to write their composi
tion on short notice. Tho papen were
carefully read and oxamined by Prof.
Elbert D. Eaaterlin . Tho Prof rame
out aad said that he had carefully ex
amined the compostions and he must
aay that they were certaiuly a uum
bar of tho best compositions ho had
ever Been, to bo written by young
acholara He said that they were so
very good until he thought each of
them deserved to have a prize but
as it would he somewhat expensive to
tho teacher^ of the school, he had
decided in favor of two, namely; Mas
ters EraaciB Gibson and Charlie Mc
lutyre Heustess. He theu called mas
ter Charlie-Heusteas and presented
him with a beautiful little Bible and
told him that now as he hud been sue
.sessful in winning this priz.i, he wau.
tid him to read the little Bible and
see if ho could not win the prize the
Bible spoke of namely, Eternal Lifo.
Tneu Col. R. C McIntyre, that no
ble and wholeaoulcd gentleman, wus
asked to come forth and present the
other prize to Master Francis Gibson,
aud arose among many cheers and
great applause anil went up on the
stage. He gave u short talk on the
history of tho school and told of how
it had been blessed; and then com pli
mented the teachers and thanked
hem for their good school. Then he
presented the prize.
To Misses Hattie McArthur aud
Bosaie O'neil we present many com
pliments and render of heartfelt
thanks for such and evening of enjoy
Plying The Pee Dee.
A special to the Raleigh Nows
and Observer from Cheraw, S. C.,
says: "The government boat,
Great Pee Dee, in charge of Capt.
J. C. Tamplet, is now here. Capt.
Geo Howell, of the corps of United
States engineers, will arrive to
morrow and will make the trip to
Georgetown on the great Peo Dee.
Capt. Tamplet informs us that ho
experienced no difficulty in com
ing up tho river and that his boat
is much heavier draft than is ne
cessary for such boats as will
haudle tho river traffic, This means
much for Cheraw and surround
ing country. Arrangemeuta arc
being made with boat owners to
mali? Romi-wnoklv trino ar\A \\*r
rho fall all the ?upplioti coming
ic , be iii- 11 >iii .xi thc fiver.''
uuuouiu|i?u niuo tu um tauiiijr, nuu
through it I lost my mother," Writes E
B. Ro d, of Harmony, Me* ' For tho patt
lire years, howe vor, ou the slightest sign cf
a Cough or 0 ld, I have takon Di King's
New Discovery for Couaumptiou, which han
naved mo from aorious lung trouble " ilia
mother's death was a sud loss for Mr.
Huid, but ho loamed that lung trouble
inubt HOI bo neglected, and how to cure it.
Quickest relief and euro for coughs and
colds. Price 50c sod Si.00; guaran tot dat
J. T Douglass drug atoro. Trial bottle
Get Ready for This Trip.
On the first or second of June
The Seaboard Air Line will run
an Excursion from Bennettsville
to Columbia. Among the chief
attractions that day will be a
game of Base Ball between Char
loston and Columbia. The fare
for round trip will be $1.50. Train
will leavo Bennettsville about 7
a. m. and araivc in Columbia
about ll. Returning leave Col
umbia about H p. m. and arrive
in Bennettsville 11.20. Every
comfort and convenience will be
??- $9.23 per month will buy
you a $10011 home. How mnch
rent have you already paid? what
have you to show for it. Stop,
Think. See Crosland dc Tyson.
"The Insurance Men.
Reducing Tho Cotton Crop
The heavy rains last week groat
ly damaged tie cotton crop. In
some sections large fields will ho
plowed up and planted in corn. In
other sections grass is giving trou
ble and as high as ?1. per acre is
being paid to chop it and get it
clean. The heavy loss io guanos
will be keonly felt. One farmer
thinks it will be fully 50 per ceut.
Killed hy Lightning.
During tho 3torni that swept over
thee unty Inst Wednesday afternoon,
Mr. Charley Bawyer an estim hie
young man of Brownsville while plow
ing in his field was struck aud killed,
and also was tho mule he was plowing.
Ile was a sou-in law of Mr. John ll
?arrabo, r?V. Ho leaves a young wife
und three smull children.
During thc same nftornoon the
home of Edmund Watkins, a colored
tenant on the C. S. McCall " pears"
farm waa atruck nod tho whole end of
the house lorn to pieces His son aged
1:1 w.ia killed and himself and buby
pain i 'illy burned Hi? wife and two
daughters wero sitting on tho bcd nud
were not hurt.
During the Bunio evening a barn (li
Mr. W. NV. Par h a m's place neat
B'u ginini was Strunk hy .ightning hut
thc damage wua slight.
- Try a Can of English PeaB
-they are fine.
At W, M. ROWE'S. .
The tunny ?'r i cn il a of Mr. and Mn:
J Ernest Covington sympathise with
them iu the loss of their infant babe
.LUCILE, which occurred on Friday
evening May 12th 1905, after an ill?
ness of 13 days Tho remains were
laid to rest at Oak Ridge cemetery at
3 o'clock Saturday afternoon, Rev.
Bunyan McLeod conducting tho ser
Death, cruel death! Ab, how many
homes aro being saddened by that
On Wednesday morning about 9 o'
olock, the dear Httlo babo ot Mr. nod
Mts. J. R Patrick was taken with
convulsionsand died in a few minutes.
The little ono had been sick but was
thought to bo rapidly improving.
Sad hearts have faith in Him who
giveth aud who taketh away.
!. , *
Thc sad news was received herc
Wednesday afternoon about 2.30 of
? the death of Hoger S. Turlington
at Wilmington, N. C., after a short
illness. Tho Doctor left here about
three weeks ago to start a business
in Chester, tho picture of health.
His many friends herc were shock
ed at the news of his death.
Ho was thc only son of Mr.
Willis Turlington of our town anti
was about 33 years of age.
Thc remains were brought to
Bcnnettsvillc Thursday noon, and
thc; funeral will take place from his
father's residence in Ea&t Bcnnetts
villc this Friday evening, at 5
o'clock. lie was a member of Marl
boro Lodge No 88, A. F. M., and
will be buried with Masonic honors.
Died at th? home of her parents in
Mavcsville, S. C , at 7 o'clock on the
uight of May 10th 1905, Mrs. Susie
Chaffin Finlayson, eldest daughter of
Mi *nd Mrs. Robert Chaflin, formerly
of Bennettsville but now of Mayes
ville. She had been sick for several
mouths, and gradually grew woree
until the end came.
The sad news came as a shock to
her many friends in Benucltsville,
who knew and loved her for her
mauv amiable traits of character lier
remains were taken to her old home
at Lumbertou, N. O . where funeral
services were conducted on Friday
The following friends from Ben
nettsville accompanied Mr and Mrs.
C. S Chafliu over Friday morning to
attend the funeral --M ra Knox Liv
ingston, Mrs. T. W. Bouchier, Miss
Nelora McColl and Miss Annie May
She leaves a husband, two children
besides father and mother and eis.ter
Ia often aa croat UH woman'*, But Thoa.
8. Austin, Mgr, of the ''Itiipublicau.'' of
Leavenworth, Ind., waa not unreasonable,
wbcu ho refused to allow tho doctorH to
operuto on hin wife, for female trouble.
''Instead '' ho *aya, "wu concluded to try
Electric li tu Tri My wife waa then bo
hick, arie could hurdly ler?vo her bed, and
five '5 < phjaiuians had fulled to relieve her,
Afycr tuking Electric bitters, aho waa pur
feotly cured, uud can now pcrfoim all hor
household duties." Guurunieop by J. T.
Douglus druggist, prico 500.
The .Standard Trust Company
through their agents will lend
you money at -1 per cent interest
to build or buy you a lionio. The
tent that you are now paying will
more than buy the home. Cros
land Ss Ty Bon.
"The Insurance Mon."
"I Thank The Lord!"
cried Hunner l'lunt, ot Little Rock, Ark.,
' for tho relief I got from Ilucklon'a Arnica
Salvo. It cured my foorful running aorea,
which nothing eine would haul, and from
uhich I had Buffered for 5 yeara." It ia u
marveloua heulcr (or cuta, tm run aud
wouuda. Guaranteed at J. T. DougluVa
drug atoro; 25c.
You to stop paying and own
your own home. Tho Standard
Trust Company will show you
how to doit. For particulars see
Crosland tfc Tyson.
.'Thc Insurance Men."
A Disastrous Calamity.
It ia a disastrous calamity, when von
love your health, becaupo indigcation and
oonHtiimltoii have Bappod it away. Prompt
relief can ho had in Dr. King's Now Lifu
Pilla. They build up your digestivo Or
gana, and cure headache, di/.zincna, colic,
conatipution. etc. Guaranteed al J. T,
Douglua'a drug atoro; 25.
We are still getting some nice
at W. M. Rowe's
Too Good To Keep.
A yoting lady here tells her
eh um that when she received
her lirst masculine kiss she felt
as if something was running
elown her nerves on leet of elia
monds escorted by little Cupid
ill Chariots drawn by Angels
shaded by honey suckers anti
canopied by melted rainbows.
Was not that delightful '. There
is nothing better, except ?hose
delicious Candies now on sale
atDougla's Drug Store,
? milli II 11 II-IHW-M
- Sod berry's Drug store at
Fayetteville has a lady pharrna
ms J? smsimim
Thc Democrat ami Iho h??.;.
weekly Atlanta Journal oiieyt tr
The Democrat and McCall^
Magazine-an excellent 1
Book for ?1.50
The Sunny South and thc Dome
erat lbr only ?1.50
Thc Atlauta Constitution
Democrat one year for ?
NOTICE OF FINAL DiSC: '
HAVINli filed in the Prob;
office ot Marlboro Count)
as Quardian tor Robert Ho
is hereby given that I will ap
Court on the i2tb day ol Jun
final discharge as such Guan
J. V>. Rogers, (J
May 12, IQ05.
Scholarship and Entrance Examion km,
Thc examination for the aware
Bcholurahips in Winthrop College
tho admission of new ntudenta wi ?>
at the County Court lluuso on Kr: \<\? .
7th, at y A. M. Applieautti mu
leas than i$ y en ra of URO. When 1?
Hhipn are vacated after July 7, Ihoj ' di
he awarded to those making the !
average at thin examination providi ll
meet tue conditions governing tho n
Applicants for Bcholurahip^ ahould -vriti
President Johnson before tba ox&muiatic
for Boholarabip application blanks.
Scholarships arc worth $100 ind I
tuition. Thu next ocasi?n will open 9
tcmber 20, 1505. To.- farther inform
and catalogue i (Mr HS
PUBS D. li. JOHNSON, Rock ni '. E
NOTICE TO UHEDM ' HiS
KsTATK JAMUS T. COVINOTt
NOTICE ia hereby given to all
having danna of any kind ag:;..
Rut ate of Jamen T Cdvington, c
to present them duly attested, an.
dented to sa:.d citato to make im 1
ers Grocery, at 05 cents.
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHA
ESTATK I?I.I7.V11KTII S.MIT1
HAVING filed in tho Probate Jud
fice of Marlboro county my final .
turn UH Administrator of iCitate E
Smith, Notice in given that I will i
Haid Court of Probate on the 29th
May, 1905. for u final discharge
S. J. ADAMS, Ad
Apr 29, IU05.
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHAI
NOTICE io hereby giyen that I wil
to the Pn bate Judge of Malbon
ly or. the 26th day of May 1905, for
discharge <>f Guardian of WI liam H
ami Charlie O. Spears, huvit-g ?bed u
return thin day in said ellice.
ROBERT SPEARS, G uar
Apt il 26, HJ05.
VIJL persons aie hereby forb
to trespa.-s in any manner (
lauds or lands nuder my control
especially hunting, fishing, tte.
1> Edwin Mo
May -I, 1905.
FREE AS [HEAIR,
OWING to tho Charcoal and other
Koli 11.111*',^ uro Ci .
It stimulates and excites the digest
gans and JUICCH to perform their 1
funetioiiH. Thin once done, you HO,
your life brightened, your health rc
and your Indigestion removed, Y
like tho artificial or pepsin digestive
helps only for a time, cures permi
by curing naturally. Now to pro'
we aide you to cull and get ?1 bottle
fio not ask you to pay a cent, only I
you what wc have, if you are an u
nato member nt' Itu; vast army nf 1
tie?-Btifferiug with Hour stomach,
burn, blues, uervouunCBH.
J. T. DOUGLAI ,
Apl 20. Drug
WU KN VOU ARM IN
Or anything in my lin
forget to call on nie, ut my place
ness near the Atlantic Coast bine
Seaboard Air Liau I'asscngor Dc 0
or write mc. Designs am
furnished nu application,
Phone Nu. 95.
.). W. MoELM WI
Junuaty 2f>, 1905.
?<i)aMi) - ?J
KIPS UP WITH'THU MARM, AND j;
THU BEST TO BE HAD, m
OOme &LXI<5L See! 1 '
JUST KE?EIViii) A LARGE LOT LACES fe 'S
f| and EMBROIDERIES that are thc B
greatest Q^aiid IO cont sellers ever offered in fipj
J BennettsviUe-have boon selling at 25 and 15. Wi
Our Millinery Deportment. ?? ?
WHAT ABOUT THAT "SU MMER HAT ? Come ?
and sec the new arrivals. g$
We have some Handsome "straws" for Men or Boys
:\ ' Stylish and Cheap. 9
- ' i
A Pretty lino ol' Ncokwear, Hosiery and GENTS g
Radies READY TO WEAR Garments I
We keep the only up to date stock in the above line i|
in the city. Ladies Silk Shirt Waist Suits, Wash |s
Shirt Waist. Suits, Shirt Waists in Silk, Muslin, Batiste ^
All-Over Nets, Lace, ?N:c. . SS
gffjHOES^ AND g SUPPERS. ^
IIIIVU n?l }'(u cnn ask for in tho boat makon to bo hid-White Canvas,
TAN, CHAMPAGNE, PAT. KID\ &C Drow Selby & Co., for Ladios
and Children. STETSON, and thc celebrated WALK.OVEB SHOES for
Men und Iloyu.
WE havo A SUIT THAT WILL JUST FIT YOU. Come uow. Solo
Agent? for Schloss Un.-:. Suit? that lit. Complete Stock Boys Suits
nod Extra Kuoe Punts. [Ve sell cheaper than some others.
_>w?0$< >t< >$<>$<>$<>$<_
COME ONE, COME ALL, and make MY STORE
your Headquarters while in the city.
Tluuilcing yon for past favors and soliciting
fal arc business ....
0. B. CROSLAND CO.
May 17, loos. BennettsviUe, S- C.
B k10(T WAlii M
HOUSEWIFE : Your attention, please.
ARK RUBBING YOUR LIFE AWAY, or tho life of sonic other woman.
10 the lili( ol' Your Clothes, by usiti?? un OLD WASH BOARD. Lay aside
1 ?Vash Board and buy you :i "lyon" Washer.
ishcs a whole Tub lull of clothes JUST AS EASY and JUST AS QUICK
"le garment, ami a good dual easier; uud quicker than you possibly eau wash
11 a Wash Board.
)?0" Washer is
!i scientific pria
it revolves on
: the rotary mo -
EASY as thc
i of a II ig h
o Superior as
lt washes all kinds urn!
grades of materials,
from I he fiocst Laces
to the coarsest fabric
TEAR, or Breaking
It is guaranteed to do
A TRIAL will
all we claim.
tho time, half thc work :vnd worry, with more than Hdlf tho WEAR, and
ot' the Clothes, can be saved in every home that has a "1900" Washer.
further particulars, or for prices and catalogue, write or call on
The McColl Hardware Co.,
nes always in Stock MoCOLL, S. C.
Ageets for this Territory.
ary 2.1, 1905.
PO REDUCE STOCK.
the month of May the following prices will
Be Current at my Store.
1 SUITS, Quartered Oak Swell Front, Toilet
to Washstand $50 00, now 37.50
I SUITS, Quartered Oak Toilet to Washstand,
?$45.00 now 35 00
i SUITS, Oak with Toilet to washstand, ?40, now 30 00
? SUITS, Oak $25 now 15 00
?RESSERS. 24x80 F 1> Class, $|2.f>0 now y 00
?RESSERS, !8x20 F B (?las--. *7 fto now 6 00
' tl )R ESSERS, 18x20 American Class, ff? .10 HOW ' ft (io
?RESSERS, I2?20 American Class, $."? f>0 now .! ft<>
rNK LEATHER COUCH, $37 50 now 30 00
l#K LEATHER ARM CHAIR, 30 00 now 24 00
?KATHER COUCH 10 Oo now 7 ,r)0
OW PARLOR SET, A pieces, I ft 00 now 12 oo
RIAL MA HOC ON Y DRKSSERS. 2000 now 10 0U
OS QUARTERED OAK DRESSERS, ison now 13 00
'OS B I MABLE DRESSERS, -Jo nt) now Moo
REDS. 72 inches high, fj ftn now 1 2ft
BEDS as low as ?1 7ft Folding Noiseless, all wire spring?, 1 ftS
MATTRKSS, (best) Ift OO. now lO ftO: Kelt .Mattresses 12.ft0 now 10 (lo
MAT i RESSES, 1000 now 7 fto ; I RON BEDS 10 00 now 7 fto
BEDS. 7 fto now (j 00 ; Iron Beds ft 00 now I 00
/AltDROBE, V B Glass Front, 2.V0? now 17 fto
A "MATTING 127 cents now 2Uc; China Matting 20 CIA now 1ft els
NESE MATTING SO ct s now 22ots; Japanese Matting 2fto now IS els
.",, " , Japanoso Matting 20 eta now I ft cts.
LUGATED CARPET LINING. Sftcts per Roll, 50 va rd H
ION AD BOOK CASES, 1 Sections and Drawers at bottom, $25 now 17 fto
.I Sections 1ft oo now 12 00
SIDE BOARDS $.-'.') n.nv 17 fto ; Oak Side Boards 16 00 now $11 00
ive prices on some of the leading articles, hut these CUT
3E? will apply to ?ill my stock. Tho cat sales are for Spot
-nothing to be charged.
viii continue the INSTALLMENT BUSINESS ns usual.
V is tho timo to buy Furniture at Lowe* Prico? " tn ever
ed in BennettsviUe.
Cor? ^W". JU
Maj \\ JyOft.
Practical Pharmacist and Dealer in
pure Ig)nigs and patent ??j$e di cines.
I WE ALSD CARRY j
WAN!)All? MEDICINES, i PAINTS, OIL8.
CHEMICALS, * BBUSHES of all kinda,
"OILET and Fancy Articles, $ V ARNISH and STAINS.
PE11FU UM Ell Y, SOAPS, o PREPARED PAINTS,
HtUSHES, SPONGES, T WINDOW GLASS,
ITATIONA lt Y and SUPPLIES t LAMPS, SHADES, Etc.
FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO. ^> |
Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours
and guaranteed to be of Ute f?rest Urugs and dp
A full line ??arden Seed & Onion Sets;
Thankful for pant patronage yours for a prosperous new year.
J. T, DOUGLAS.
Jaanmy 1, laoO.
AT TBS OXilD STAND
HANDLE BARGAINS TOO,
NO USE TO WORRY, BUT COME IMG HT ON TO
XOF* YOU ~\7S7'JA.'EW
-*s Dry G-oods, Clothing, Shoes, lotions *
And Fancy Groceries.
S?&~ Fresh Water Ground MEAL and HOMINY a specialty.
Wo Keep a full line in each Department and will fill your Wants in each
. AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
Wheu you come to Town call and see ?8. Phone orders in town delivered
FREE, and satisfaction guaranteed.
Call and soe us-Near Douglas' Drug Store.
11I??MI III Ci
POR HARDWARE OF EVERY 1S?RIPT?01V,
Do you waimt the best Hay Press
that has ever been on our
We have a car Load of them and
are stf""*.ng them at $60 each.
i f Yoii exp to buy a BUGGY, a WAO-ON
^i. a SET OF HARNESS, be sure to see me
? Have just Received Two Oar
Loads of BUGGIES, One Car
WAGONS, And 100 SETS Of
It will be to your interest to see me before
buying any oi these.
Sent 8, 1904.
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t& EAST. WEST. |?
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tl 4ZZ2 Z/iv"^ RAILWAY. ||
xx Leave Bennettsville *7.05 a. m., 7.00 p. m. Rv
Arrive Cheraw 8.10 p. m. 5?
^ DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
^ * Direct connections at Cheraw with through trains to
^? tho North, East, South and West. &x
?^2 The short line and quickest time to Wilmington, Charlotte, Atlanta,
xx Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Ballimore, Philadelphia, New York, xr
Boston, Buffalo, Pittsburg and all points) North and East. KX
\? Thc .-hurl line and quickest time to Columbia, Savannuli, Jacksonville,
jj * Tampa, Montgomery, New Orleans aud all points South und Wost.
?'jt Voi further information cull on J. T. MEDLIN; agent Benoottsviile & K%
Cheraw ll. lt.. Ucnnettsvillo.S. C., or address R. Ii. BURROUGHS
j?>^ T. P A., SEABOARD Ant LINE RV., Columbia, S. C. ^
^ 0UARLRS F. STEWART, A. Q. P. A., S.A.L, Ry, Savauoah, Ga. |v
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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 anti spirits
after the first few doses, thc hair sheds, anti 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,
lt is a most powerful tonic and appetizer, being the
ormulo 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 , Ti iiiiiaii?i, P.
MoCOLL DRUG CO., McColl S. O.