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?. <t. lillOWX ... Editor
Friday July 7, 1905.
Six months. .., .60
PEN AND 8CI880RGRAPHS
Cotton wont up u cunt ti pound
Monday in Now York.
A cloud burst in Toxns Satur
day caused thu loss ot property ot
evor a Million dollars and the Joss
ol lifo loots up ?00 or 1000.
The Sumter Telephone com
pany has declined a $100,000
contract from the government,
to supply telephones for service
in Pumutin, owing to an accum
ulation of previous orders.
The railroad commission has
again reminded the railroads
that it is unlawful to run
freight trains on Sunday ex
cept for perishable stul?. The
commission is vigorously enfor
cing tho law against Sunday
Tho Anderson attorneys have
adopted a rule requiring all
members ol' the bar to rise when
the presiding judge enters the
court room. VV liatever will re
store the wonted dignity to the
courts should not be left un
done by the members of the
legal profession, and it cannot
bo gainsay ed that this simple,
courteous act, which is an ex
pression ol' respect and de
ference, will conduce to that
end. Let the other bars of the
state follow the lead of Ander
COU UT Ol' GENERAL SESSIONS.
J UNI: TKBM, 1905.
Otu* report hist week closed
with the trial of t wo colored mon,
Wash Odom and Arthur Cohen,
tor burglary and larceny-break
ing into rho store house of Mr.
Thomas C. Humer. They wore
found guilty and sentenced to two
years on the ohuiugaug.
Court closed Friday evening,
The lollowiog is tho present
ment of tho Grand .Jury.
To His Honor li. C. Watts,
Tho li rand dury, empanelled for the
current your, having passed upon all
bills of indictment submitted to it hy
the Solicitor, and haying attended to
all other business bro" >t to their at
lion, now submits its tu.ul report :
Il pr?senla Daniel Spears for drunk
enness ?nd disnrdorlv #...,?.)..??
<j oi? il?.1 j Kl fh . ! ? ..,;!. ie (liv ;
Jt recommends that a telephone he
placed in the county jail building,
ll recommends that molal or steel
cases be placed in tho office of Judge
of Probate to hohl the records of that
Il presents ns n special gt io vance to
thc public (lint (ho various hridges ot
tho cornily arc in nu unsatisfactory
condition, and it purlieu arly recom
mends that tho causeways and bridges
over lin? Thies Creeks on the otherside
ot blenheim bc repaired and improved
also thal, a new bridge he. put over the
stream al Eli Covingtou's old mill, and
that a new one also ho built over thc
stream below Sherrill's mill.
A committee from the Grand Jury
has oxtuniutd all tho county olllces
ami (he hooks, papers and records
therein, and ihis coinmitteo reports
sui.I ollices and records to he in first
elliss condition and well kept
Thc com milloo from thc Grand Jury
appointed to investigate thc condition
ot lite poor house, and tarin is not yet
ready lo report, hut will do so nt the
MOX! term of court.
Iii cone'tision, tho (?rand Jury wish'
es lo thank His Honor Judge K. C.
Watts, for his clear and succint expo
sition of thc law relating to its duties,
und to thank thc solicitor and the
other otllcors of thc court for their
courtesy and kimi consideration.
P. H. Mooro, Foreman
June 20, 1906.
A1.1, who wish membership in thc
Mm Ibero Division Mutual Honevo
teni Lifo Insurance Association will
pl cuso notify me, of same before July
?f)th, ns 1 will end my efforts herc on
This is your own brotherhood, assn
elated tbut you may tho better "bear
one another's burdens " "Love your
brother ns yourself, ?V.o." Hundreds
of your bent Indica and gentlemen ore
in i*. Every of li COI is an honorable
gentlemen lt is Himple, cheap, sale
ami pruel?cable. ll is plain duty on
bittiness principles. Write meat once
pod I will 0 ll on you.
f. W. S0?UJGG8.
J ennettsville, S. C.
A Now En tor pr ito.
Tito. Rockingham \ngloSaxon
of last week say.1-:
"Mr. J, IL Lewis has bought,
from tho estate ol' C. 8. McCall
at Hennetlsvillo, S. (1, a lot in
the oonlral business section of
the town and will build a brick
stable on (he lol where he will
go i ii lo I he mule business. Mr.
Lei wis paid $1,250 for the lol.
The lot referred lo is located
i il rear of 5 he Coitl't House, be
tween Dudley'soiliee and ?nices
of C. S. McCall, and running
towards the swamp.
tilBBON FAMILY REUNION,
Gibson Academy July 18
O? Tuesday July 18th, 19"T>, that
bciug tho 80th birthday of Mr. ELI
GIIISON, tho oldest member of ibis
largo family, tbore will bo a ' Family
Reuoiou'' at Gibson, N. C., where all
will repair willi picnic baskets to the
Gibson Acadomy, for the purpose o?
eujoyiug nu old time family reunion.
Every member of the Gibson family
by birth or marriage is invited aud
expected to bo present. J. P. Gibson
has been requested to not ns master of
ceremonies, and to doliver a sketch of
he Gibson family, aftor winch Col.
J II. Hudson will speak of the "Bor?
. 1er Hoot ion" during tho past 50 years
Col. John D. Shaw Sr., will disouss
Richmond and Scotland counties and
thoir early settlers-Dr. J. C. Ki'go
North and South Carolina, education'
ally-Col. Knox Livingston, the Wo
mon of tho two Carolinas, Mr. editor
you are specially invited to bo present,
W. P. Gibsou,
T. li. Gibson,
J. 1*. Gibson,
Committee of Arrangements.
WANTED AT ONCE.
The Clio Novelty Works want
at once two good Wagon Mules,
for road service, for the balance
of tlie year. They will be fed
well and cared for. See thom
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Tho Summer term of tho Court
of Common Pleas was convened
Monday morning with His
Honor Judge Watts on the
Bench. The case of Tatum Mer
cantile Co., against McDaniel
Bros., was taken up and occu
pied the morning hours, hut at
noon His Honor wal' taken sud
denly ill, and his physician ad
vised him to return home im
mediately, which lie did and
court was adjourned. It ia ear
nestly hoped he will be able to
return at an early day.
Mrs Martha White, wife of Mr.
Charley White died on the 2d.,
after an illness of li weeks. She
leaves two little children. The re
mains wore taken to Mt. Olive for
Tho torn prop is sorry and need
ing rain badly. Tho prospect for
bread is gloomy.
A friend from over the river
visited us to-day and he says crops
were poor on that side too.
News is dull and many have to go
fishing to keep in heart.
July 8, 1905. HUNTEK.
".v, -wo.i. ^iia oiouuru ts one
of the finest in eastern Carolina
and all young trees.
Drilling lu Crain.
An Edgefield furnier has boon
watching results, and he says the
best plan to sow outs and wheat
is with the uso of drills. As the
season approaches for fall plant
ing it would be well for those who
have never tried it to try a few
acres with a Guano Distributor
and watch results. Some farmers
are drilling their pens after oats
with fine results,
A Letter From Boykin.
The residence ol Mr. Ebbie
Covington at Now ton vii le was
destroyed by lire on Monday 3d
about 10.30 o'clock. One of the
children, a little girl, went to
recruit, a fire in the stove and
poured kerosene on it, The can
exploded and she caught on lire
and clothing burnt oil'. lt was
ti sad picture, and there was not
a dry eye present. She was tak
en to her grandpa's, but died
before a physician could be had.
She buried at Newtonville cern
etery at 4 p m., July 4-Rev.
McCall, of Gibson, conducting
Mr. Covington lost everything
in the house, but managed to
save the contents ol' his meat
We had a fine rain on the 4th
and crops are looking better.
We are making some improve
ments ti Hoy kin. Will recover
the church and paint it. We
are painting the school house
now aud it looks nice.
W0 now have one ol' the liest
schools in the county, so our Co.
Supt tells us. Hut we will have
to em ploy another teacher, as
Prof. Philbeek? will not teach
for us this fall. We paid him
$00per month. Miss liosa Smith
will have charge of the primary
department. Sin? has already
taught two ternis and will teach
July fi, IOO?, ll *****
-"Mr. Pink," said the young
lady who wasgotting up a straw
bevvy lbs ti val, did you ever go lo
a church sociable?" "Why, my
dear young lady," replied Mr.
Pink in surprise, "I tun sociable
whet ever I go,"--Chicago Nows.
Little Willie-What are divi
Pa-Dividends, my fion, are
what the stockholders get alter
the directors appropriate their
share.- Chicago News,
A WAGON BED.
Cupful For Currying Stool* *?i?J lu
Otuer Purni Work.
Some of bis neighbors built n wagon
for carrying sheep and hog? which
proved HO convenient that a correspond
ent gives its dimensions and plan In
New England Homestead: Tho frame
for the bed ls ll feet long and 3 feet 8
Inches wide. The sidepieces aro of
7 by 2 inch Binti and tho end pieces of
? by 2 inch, allowing an Inch differ
ence for tongue and groove Mooring.
There should be four crosspieces to se
cui'O the bottom of the bod. Take an
old buggy tire and have straps made
with a hole In euch end. Five of these
should be bolted on each side ?md two
on each end, as shown In out. Stand
ards which are to slip Into these are
made of 1% by 2 Inch stuff 10 Inches
For slats get poplar lour Inches wide
by three-quarters Inch thick. Holt these
to the standards four Inches apart. The
lop rolling ls made extra strong by
putting on nu extra strip which lias a
quarter inch groove. A tenon should be
cut In the top of each upright to lit luto
thin. The corners at the top should bo
llxed with ordinary strap door fasten
ings bent around the corner, fastened
at oue end and with a staple over
which to slip the other. These can be
held In place by small wooden wedges
to tit the staple. Hy menus of this
strap fastener nt the corner the sides
and ends can be quickly unfastened
and taken off, mai the bottom can theo
be removed with ease. The wagon will
carry twenty sheep or hogs at a load.
I have also found lt most useful In
farm work. Toking off the sides, 1
have a good bed for holding fodder, to
bacco and other things. Aside from
your own labor lt ls very Inexpensive.
Veldt, Cowpe? and Soy liva? Iluy UM
Knout it II<VN Vor wiiciii M.-nu.
reeding experiments to ascertain
whether hay made from hairy vetch,
cowpeas and soy beans could be advan
tageously substituted for most ol' the
wheat bran in the ration of dalry cows
led thc Alabama experiment station to
conclusions of Which the following ls a
The following values per ton Avere
..wed !? calculating thc cc:;t of food:
Wheat bran, $20; vetch hay, $10; cow
pea hay, $10; cotton seed, $12; cotton
seed meal, $20; cottonseed hulls, $5.
Vetch hay has proved fully equal in
feeding value to a similar weight of
wheat bran. By this substitution the
cost of the food required to make a
pound of butter was reduced 25 per
With the vetch ration the cost of food
for a pound of butter averaged 10 cents
bran. Charging cows with all the cow
pea hay offered them, we found that
cowpea hay hail 80 per cent of the feed
ing value of wheat bran, a lon of this
hay being equal to 1,720 pounds of
When wheat bran was worth $20 per
ton cowpea hay was worth $17.20 and
vetch hay $20.
The monthly profits per cow WOl'O
$4,05 on the vetch ration and $1.35 on
the cowpea ration.
One of the Jersey cows used in this
test produced butter at a cost for food
of only 8 1-3 cents per pound when fed
on the vetch ration.
Henning cowpea hay through a feed
cutter did not decrease the waste lu
feeding this food.
Tour and a half per cent more butter
was produced with Hoy bean hay than
with cowpea hay If we take account of
the portion of each actually eaten.
However, a larger proportion of the
coarse steins of tho soy bean hay was
When corn hearts were substituted
for wheat bran, tho yield of butter
was increased by 8 per cent.
CicttliiK (?roiUi.nt \ nliif Fruin Crop*.
Various farm products will represent
(i cash value greater than current mar
ket price for the sam.? If fed to live
stock and marketed In the form of
meat. This assertion Is bused by the
Montana experiment station on Hie
fact that during the winter of 1801) and
11KX), while clover was being sold In
the stack at $5 per ton, $7.03 was se
cured by tlie station by feeding clover
to sheep. It required 11.8 pounds of
clover to maintain a lamb and produce
ll pound of grain. Ono ton ol' ? Inver
produced J0?.C pounds of mutton,
which at $1.08 per hundredweight
gave the above result.
.1,000,000 Worth of Codon Per Day.
The total value of the cotton export
ed during tho (Isca! year ended June
iU?. ll)0:t, was $?1?,180,-120, and If the
value of al) products ol' cotton exported
be added thereto the ligures are raised
to $!t7(l,7.">N,048, or an average ol' more
than $1,000,000 per day during the en
the year.Crop Uoporter,
Bo careful not to break every
dollar you got your hands on and
you won't get broke yourself.
Many a man who thinks ho is
not bossed hy his mother-in-law
never stops to suspect that sho has
ber orders cloverly executed
through hi? wife.
HONS VOII It KOON Ii 14 A ii
Now'? tito timo to Paint your
Tin and Shingle Bool's. Don't
wait lor tho rust to cat np your tin
and iron, but got McDonald Kool
Paint Co's /'ahit und you aro salo.
Guaranteed to stop all leaks.
Seo McDonald. He is boro for
buHinoss and will examino your
roofs free of COM?. Wo scier by
permission to Capt P. I*. Breedon,
also Mr. A. J. Matheson.
W. H. Mc DONA bb, Mgr.
.hmo 28, IQ?5,
OLI? TIME BASEBALL.
IT WAS NOT 8CIRMMI IG ANO FKW
PULES WERE -..<>!- tiv: p,
1'lic Hatter Wnm Kiu ivn KU ihii l'nd
?llcmnii, mu? th? i'it< I?.'.- (V).ji-ot
Wan to Throiv u Unit clou COM Li Ut?
Slit-"IK IUKIUMT lu i?v SLI.?."
Tiiuo will not turn hack In ? Ul ?Ut,
but tho mind omi tm wi bac.*) (t 1 ho
clay? before baseball or i I (baal to tho
days boforo baseball was' u well
known und bot'oro lt loni become io
Bcienllllc. There wen- hall ya Ul os In
those days In town a il untO'i and
tho country bull game I event.
There were no clubs. Tl <? ?ot iitr.i boy
of tboso days wa? not ?i'Cgi i lom Ito
preferred Hocking by I n iel] iud . }.
mailling lndopondont. m Mund?) ' t
eruooiiH the neighborhood i niel >ix
some well crossed pusti l'e, v . , V la v'i
er ten or forty, every oin- waa lo (aka
part In Ibo gnuie. Self dp| ? ' -
ora divided tho boys Into > pu?
nies by alternately pk..'rig o?.j un! 1
the supply was exhausted. Tl > hali
which was no round si;>.!<,
now usedt but u stout pa di
blade two inches thick (md iou io >
wide with u convenient li indi l
on to it, was tbe chose url ?Hoi
I of tbe leaders spat on i i i . ;i
bat, which was honestly > i
paddle." and asked the ii in
opposition forres, "Wet or 1 1
puddle was Iben sent > Url
the air, and when lt cn nie il ?v
ever side won wont to Ki
the ol hers scattered ovoi lu <?1 '..
The ball was not \Vhi
called a "National leagv Jal now*
days, but lt served evei . 1
was usually nonie on tb?
Loy offering up lils wool?
oblation, nod these wer.
wound round a Lullet,
bl rips cut ?roto a rubia i?>
piece of cork or almou 1
nothing, when anything va1
able. The winding of tb
art. and whoever could
art was looked upon as i
lng. The ball must bo a ; .
and the threads as reg
the wire on the helix o
armature. When the wini,
plete the surface of the 1 .
oughly sewed with a lar . .. ;
thread to prevent lt from
when u thread was eui. I
was not arbitrarily mark 1 J" <?
Sometimes there were foin
sometimes six or seven. '
equidistant, hut were m
fortuitous rook or shrub
In the ground where th
wont to hollow ami paw
tine ot' these lellurlal ea
most sure to he selected
now called the home plat'
no masks or mitts or prut .
was no silence or eh
j called "hoadwork." T
young oafs, embryonic t?
dents and premiers were I
this. The pitcher was
could throw a ball over tl lan,'
fuw could do this. His i .
throw a ball that could bc
The paddlenian's object
tile ball, and if he struck
he need not do unless 1:
missed lt the catcher, t
back, tried to catch lt aft
its momentum by strikt
j..?. u|iwn ?i ua ai: i
touch him with Hie ball. Ai on
lug lt could throw it at bli
hit him he was "dead"-alo
ly sometimes. If he dodged
kept on running until the
reached, Homo of the play ho
proficient in "ducking, dc
Hide stopping, and others
throw the ball with the ftCf
No matter how many pl
on a side, each and every oi
put out, and If the last one
successive homo runs lie '
thc side," and the outflelde
and catcher had to do all
over nguiu. Tho boy who c
in his side" was a hero, N
general was ever proud?
lauded. Horatius at the
small potatoes in compnrisi
tile uncrowned king. The
foul blt.;. If a ball touch?e
ever so lightly, it was a tlc)
ticks made a compulsory
score was kept by some
notches In a stick, and th
lug an afternoon ran int
dredu. if the hall was lost
or rolled under a Scotch
cry "Lost ball!" was raia
gnuie stopped until II was I
tillUUti Commercial Tribun
Uhu! M I.le DUI
The madness of suicide
from mental anguish was V
tinted years ago by ai) Incl
occurred in an Killian tow
a tailor, was sent to prison i
of fraud. Ills sweetheart <
the police ollleer to ask ho*
I'Ot 11 was likely to he COU ll 111
told that lt would he pn
pinny years. The policennu
Instigated to say this liv
motlier, who disliked the ma
whelmed with grief and thor
(o despair, the poor girl pul
lier lite by poison. A few
M orel ti Was released fron
the accusation against hh
heeii proved false. He rot ll I
to lind his a flin need bride
Frenzied at the sight, he, to
ed himself. The Ile wrough
EYE SIGHT TELEG
Oom G ttl once and ha
eyos tested und tho
classes correctly lilted,
V. A. Lieghton Opticiar
with S. ,1. Peu ison.
A LI i persons ai o hereby
/V lo trespass in ?ny mani
landa or lands nuder my con
especially hunting, fishing, (J
May I, I!><).'>.
Call MD VV. J, Baldi
'.hoof and ice man" and
what you want. I lo ha?
melons, 11* i sh potatoes, ii
can! Inno.-; n nd eggs, ? i
- Wiley's Candios
frosh at Nonnoltavlllo I
W Marilin si rod
Tiiir w W?ii ?
HOUSEWIFE.: - Y
?VOU ARE RUBBING YOUll ?NTIMO ,
X AIHO I ho lifo of Your Clothes;-by usin
your old ?Vush Board and buy you a l,l 901
lt washes a whole Tub lull of Vlothos J
os a t>iu<(lo garment, and a good deal 0?S?OI
snmo on a Watdi Board. .a
Tho "1900" Washer is
built ou eoicntilic ario
eiples. lt revolves on
ball bearings, which
rendel a the rotary mo.
liou us EASY as tho
Wh?ol?? of a ll i? I?
It snvos Timo, Labor,
Money and Clothes
lt hus no Superior as
Huh" tho timo, half tho \??rk and worr
TEAK ol' the Clothes, can ho saved in e^
For further particular.^ or for pi ices
Machines always iii Stock
February 23, 10O5.
For the month of May
ROOM SUITS, Quart oreti Oak
ROOM SUITS, Quartered'Oak '
ROOM SUITS, Oak with Toile
ROOM SUITS, Oak $25 now
OAK UR10SSWHS. 24sc.'10 F B Glass,
OAK. PRESSERS, !Sxl><) t' B Glus*.
OAK DRESSERS, ISxJi) American C
OAK DRESSERS, 12a20 American (
aiCN?lNR LEATHER COUCH. $37 i
GENII IN ti LEATHEB ABM CHAIR
I MT LEATHER CO CC 11 le 00 nt
WILLOW FA BLOB SET, .1 niocos,
IMPERIAL M AllOC O NY DltKSSE?
LADIES QUARTERED OAK DRESi
LADIES B I MAPLE DRESSERS,
OAK BEDS. 72 inches high, 5 50
OAK BEDS ftP low as $1 75 Foldi
b'ELT MATTRRSS, (best) 15 00, uow 1
PELT MATt RESSES, luco now 7 5(1
I BON REDS 7 51? now 0 00 ; Ire
One WAltDltORE. F B Class Front, 2
CHINA MATTING 27 cents now L20c;
J A PAN ESK MATTING 30 els now 2li
CORRUGATED CAltrET LINING. ^
SECTIONAL BOOK OASES, 4 Sectio
M . " " 1 Sodti
JAK SIDE BOARDS $25 now 17 60 ;
I give pri?es on some ol' the
PRICES will apply to all my si
Cash-nothing to be charged.
I will continue the 1NSTAL
NOW is the timo to buy Furn
offered in Bennettsville.
? ? - "o .
.prec?ate a call. Only the best ma
In Lawn Swings,
Refrigerators and Ice R?xes
/lille these last you can get
G. W. AV ADDI LL.
June 18, 1905.
loan Road In?.
Tho Democrat and UM: ttemi
ookly Atlanta Jourtu? onoyoar
Tho Dom ocra t ami Mei 'all's
ugazino-~an excellent f/inly's
ook for 61.50
Tho Sunny South an I tho Doino
.at for only $1.50
The Atlanta Constitution ami
lomocrat om: year lor ?$1,75.
A full lino ol' ll J. Hein/.? Co.
ioklos 1'roservoa, Ketchups, San
ss, Jell icu ?fcc. at
W. M. Howe'?.
A Fearful Fate.
lt is a fearful fate ID have to endure
i terrible torture of Piles. ' I eau I rut h
ly v." writes Henry Colson, of
ISOnvillo. lu., "Ihat for 'Blind, Bleed
'tehinji and Protruding Piles. Buck
's Arnica Halve, is loC best euro
de." Also be.-t for ems, burns and
nies. 25a nt J. T. Douglas Druggist'
l^r How about Insuring the
fe ol' that nice horse for the
nuneri Rates low, protection
CuORTjANl) & TYSON
"Thc Insurance Men.'
Bay Don't forgot that J have a nico
.gc Refrigerator in which t<? hoop
alor, Cheese, Lard. Fi nits and all
rishnble goods fresh and cool during
) Bummer months NV. M. Bowe
- Among tho pretty songs
Hebron Academy Monday
'lit was "A Rainy Day." Hod
ll heard I ho music Friday alter
l-W* Wo atc ever ready to
?k ti Uer your Fins Interests,
1 will appreciate a part ol'
ur business. Strict attention
youe interest and best, (Jo's.
CROSLAND & TYSON
"The Insurance! Mon,"
?y* Pipes and SinokerttBupptioe in
lrm? variety can ho found nt ,?. T.
Iglaft' Drug Store.
- Another supply ol' that S.
Molasses, just in, nt E. Pow
(troeery, al. 05 cents.
Vilm uimmm ? mm
bur attention, please.
VIVA V, or tho lito of tonio oilier woman,
? on OLD WASH BOARD, Lay asido
HIST AS EASY ?nd JUST AS QUICK
r. DI;J quicker than you possibly cun w.i.-h
It washes nil kinds uno
grados of mulcriali',
from (hu finost Lucos
lo (ho coarsest labiio
TEAK, or Rroukiug
Ills guaranteed to do I
A TRIAL will prove
all we claim.
y, with moro than Half tho WEAH, and
.cry homo that has a 4,1900" Washer.
and catalogue, write or call on
oil Hardware Co.,
MoCOLL, S. O.
A get: ts for this Territory.
the following prices will
at my Store.
Swell Front, Toilet
$f>0 00, now l!7.i)()
Poilet to Washstand,
t to washstand. $40, now 80 00
$1250 now 0(1
*7 .r>() now OD
lass, $<? 50 now 5 oo
J lass, $5 50 now 4 50
50 now .''.<) 00
" ,'iU 00 now 121 ??il
>w 7 5(1
15 00 now . 12 Ol?
tS. 20 00 now IC? 0<?
JEMS, IS 00 now 1 00
20 00 now M t>?>
now I 25
nu Noiseless, all wiro springs, 1 58
o.r)U: Kelt Mall rosses 12.50 now 10 Od
; IRON BEDS IO 00 now 7 50
ii lie<ls 5 Od now -I oo
5 00 now 17 50
China Matting 'JO ots now 15 ctn
: els; Japanese Matting 25o now 18 ots
ing '20 els now 15 els.
\;> els per Roll, 50 va rd s
ins and Drawers at bottom, $25 uow 17 50
ons 15 00 now 12 00
Oak Si'dc Hoards 16 00 uow $11 00
leading articles, but these CUT
took. The cut sales are for Spot
?LMBNT BUSINESS as usual,
i ture at Lower Trices than ever
vsrciicu iiiivi LO) IC7UO
Tho Hotel nt Jackson Springs wa3
opened tn tho publie on tho '2.r>th day
of Muy. I90f>. Tho company il es i ross
te thank tho public for its liberal pat
ronage in tho patronage in the past
and guarantee tho samo good eorvice
nod attention in tho future. There is
no other plaoe in North Carolina whore
a person can realizo tho pleasures and
beucfits to bo derived from a visit to
to llio healing waters of Jackson
Now under now management of tho
ox per ?oneil and efficient
Late ot Hotel Guilford.
Juno 1, 1905.
Scholarship and Entrance Examination.
Tho examination for tho award of vaotmt
H?holuruhipd in Winthrop Colic?o and for
lin: mlinihnion of now ?tuJonts will ho hold
nt tho County Court House on Friday, July
71)1, nt 9 A. M. Applicants miidt not ho
ICHS than years of ago. When tioholar
ahipH aro vaoatcd after July 7, they will
bo awtuded to thotio making tho hi^hcut
average at this examination provided they
meet tho conditions governing tho awaiti.
Applicants for Boholarshipa ?hould write to
1'icniilent Johnson before tho examination
for Bcbolursbip application blankH.
SohoUrships aro worth $100 and fine
tuition, The next session will open Sop?
tomhor 20, 1905, For further information
and ontalogUO aildroHs
P1IK8 I). B. JOHNSON, Kook Hill, S. C.
COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON.
1785. CHAIILBBTON, S. C. 1905*.
Entrance examinations will ho heh!
in tho Cornily (Join t House on Friday
July 7, at S) a. m. One Freo Tuition
Scholarship to each county of South
Carolina awarded by tho County Supt
of* Education anti tho Judge of Pro
bate. Hoard and furnished room nt
Dormitory, $10 a month. All candi
dates for admission are permitted to
compote for vacant Boy oo Scholarships
which pay $100 a*yoar. Por further
information ami catalogue, address
June 42\ President
WHEN YOU ARK IN NUKI)
. 't 1 - OK
Or anything in my line, don't
forgot to call on me, at my place of busi
ness near tho Atlantic Coast hine mid Iho
.Seaboard Air hi,lu iNlftSOngOf Depots,
or write mo. Designs anti Heines
lurmshod nn application.
IMione No. 05,
S. W. MoELWKM.
January 25, 1005.
Praci?cal Pharmacist and Dealer in
?rc Eft ru g s and paient |jg(diciii?8.
j 5fi3 ?LSD C?RRY ""J
HT AN DA lil) M El) IC INES,
TOILET and Fancy Articles,
BU If SHES, SPONGES,
ST ATI ONA H Y ami S UPPIAES
PA I N TH, OJ LS,
JJUUSHE8 of all kinda,
i VARNISH and STAINS.
I PREPARED PAINTS,
LAMPS, SHADES, Kto.
FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
wy* 1J rescript iona carefully compounded at all hours
and guaranteed to Oe of Ike Purest Uruga and at
A full line Garden Seed & Onion Sets.
Thankful for past patronage yours for a piouporoub uow year.
J. T, DOUG-LAS.
Jaunir y \, 1905. AT THE OXeZ) CT AND
WE HANDLE UMtlM TOO,
NO USU TO WORRY, BUT COME RIGHT ON TO
im* YOU -xpsr^a.Tsri?
Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, .Notions *~
And Fancy Groceries.
W Fresh Water Ground MEAL and HOMINY a specialty.
Wo Keep a lull 1 inc in onch Department and will fill your Wants in each
AT THE LOWEST PRICKS.
When you conic to Town call and seo us. Phone orders in town delivered
FREE, and satisfaction guaranteed.
Gall and sec us-Near Douglas1 Drug Store.
,Do you waat the best Hay F ress
that has ever been on our
I We have a car Load of them and
a i i-.
fcfeexn at? $60 $a<$hd
I ;, 0$ ii a BTW'BY^ w-m^?M^
, y ?.; r ?|? v^^BS, be ??? to soo iM
_'"c j- ~~ ^ww\/Av\>i x wo oar
Loads of BUGGIES, One Oar
WAGONS, And 100 SETS Of
It will be to your interest to see me before
buying any ot these.
Very respect full y
Sent 8, 1904.
-TII10 DIRECT WAY
iTOI?'X'H, SOUTH .
Ti] .A. Si:'. WEST.
Il BENNETTSVILLE & CHER AW R. R.
ylM? LIN IC RAILWAY.
*7.05 ii. m.,
Loavo Bonriottsville *7.05 a. m., 7.00 p. m.
Arrivo Ohoraw 8.10 p. m.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
* Direct connections at Ohoraw with through trains to
tho North, East, South and Wost.
Tho short lino and quickest time to WiltniogtOU, Charlotte? Atlanta,
Raleigh, Richmond, Washington. Baltimore, Philadelphia, Now York,
Boston. B?llalo, Pittsburg and all points North and Wast.
Tho thor! lino and quickest timo to Columbia. Savannah, Jacksonville,
Tampa. Montgomery, Now Orleans and all points South ami West.
Foi further information call on J. 1\ MKDLIN, agent Kennettsvillo &
Ohoraw H. lt.. Bonnottsvillo.S. C., or address lt. L. BUUHOUGI?S
T V A., SKABOARD AIR LINE UV., Columbia. S. 0.
xv 0UAKLK3 P. STU WART, A. ?. l\ A., 8. AL, Ky, Savannah, Ga. ^
F"OR HORS ELS AND MULE S OM L.V
SMITH. NEWTON, Kennottsville, S. C.
MoCOliL flKUQ CO.. Mo?oIl S, ?,