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BENNETTSVILLE, S. ?.
SSV 3. ?. ??MWI?' * ??.
Ojflve on Marion Street Oppoait
Friday July 7, 1806,
/ Our Town Oorvernment.
MAYOR-P. A. Hodges
V L D BK MEN-W . P Breeden, Jr, C. 8
Otiatfin, A. G. Sinclair, E. Powers.
CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc
Laurin. Office open daily.
POL to ic-IL P. Miller, Sim Buxloy.
Marlboro County Officers,
CLERK OF OL BUK-J. A. Drako
JUDUK OF PROBATE-M. MoLaurio
OORONER-G. A. MoCall
?"?i? .^W?JWIBOR-M. E. (howard
SUPT. ESHOATION-VV. L. Stanton
TREASURER-JV H Thomar
AUDITOR-Ohas. 1. Sherill.
SKKATOR-Joshua IL Iludi?,
RBPRBSKNTATIVES-I). 1>. McColl. Jr.
W. NV. Bruco, J. P.Gibson
MAOISTAIES-C. D. l?asterling, T. L.
I!. L MoLuurin, McColl
.1 jim A. Calhoun. Clio,
W. J. Auinsou, Blouhoim,
. T. P. Stubbs, Brightuvillo,
W. \V. Irby, Suiillivillo.
Oounty Church Directory.
Benmltsville Circuit Appointments
RKV. A. T. DUNLAP, P. C.
First Sunday-ll a.m., Pine Grovo
3 p. m., Smyrna.
Soooad Sunday, 11 a. m. McColl.
3 p. ui, Beauty Spot,
Third Sunday-ll a, tn?, Pino Grovo,
3 p. in, Smyrna*
Fourth Sunday, 11 a.m. McColl,
3 p. m. Beauty Spot.
Blenheim Circuit Appointments.
KEV. W. B, RAKER P. 0.
iTirst Sunday, Hebron ll a.m.
EbouoKor 3,30 p. m.
Second Sunday, Parnassus 11 a. .
Zion 3.30 p. m.
Third Sunday, Hebron ll a.m.
Ebonozor 3.30 p. m.
Fourth Sunday Parnassus ll a. m.
Zion 3.30 p. m.
Clio Circuit Appointments.
KEV. P. H. BHULER, P. C.
Olio-Proaching every Sunday morning
st ! 1 o'clock. Epworth League Sun
day night at 8 o'clock. Sunday school
at 10 a. m. W. A. Uiushaw, Supt.
Prayer meeting Monday night at 8.
Beulah -Preaohing ovcry Sunday aft at
4 o'clock. Sunday Behool at 3 R.
M. Jtokeon, Supt.
North Marlboro Circuit.
KEV. J. N. WRIGHT, P, c.
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Jtennettsville Church Directory
MBTUOJ&JS?-T. E. MORRIS, P. C.
Sunday school 3 30 p. m. Preaching at
11.00 a. m? and 7.30 p.m. Prayor meet
ing Wednesday evening at 8.00 o'clock.
Superintendent Sunday school, Phil. A.
BAPTIST-Hov. Rufus Ford, Pastor.
Sunday school at 10.00. Preaching Sun*
day at 11.00 a. m., and 7.30 p. m. Prayer
mooting Thur8day evening \ K 8 o'clock.
Superintendent of Sunday school, IL \V
PRESBYTERIAN-Bunyan McLeod Ph.
D., Pastor. Services every Sabbuth
(summer) ll a. m. and 8 p. m.; (winter)
l t a. m. and 7.30 p. m Prayer meeting
Thursday 5 p- m. Seats tree. Stranger*
cordially invited. Sunday school every
Sunday IO a. m. Superintendent, J. T.
Dudley. All parents and children mad?
welcome, at tho school.
EPISCOPAL-Rev. 0. W. Boyd, Rector,
Proaouiug evory aeoond aud fourth Sunday
nt II ?. m., and 7.30 p. m. Sunday
sohool at 9.30 u. m. Dr. J. A. Kaiaon,
directory of Bennettsville Lodges
CONSOL?DATE? Lonou No. 15, K. ol
P., ineotv every second und fourth Mon
day nights at 7.30 o'clock.
y J. W. LcCrand, C. C.
?/. D. Eastcrling. K-oflt. & S.
MARLBORO LODGE No. 88, meets at
Bennettsville, Friday evening, on or be?
foro each full moon at 8 o'clock.
J. F. Kinney, W. M,
IL E^Stookton, Soorctary.
County Masonic Directory.
MARLBORO CHAPTER NO. 30 lt. A.
M., moot;; at Bennettsville on the second
Friday of each mouth.
J. F. Kinney, II. P.
H, E. Stockton, Secretary.
EUREKA LODOE NO. 43, A. F. M..
meets at McColl, each Saturday after
ttoou.bofore the full moon,at ?! o'clock.
AURORA Lonou No. 33, A. F. M.,
anent* at Clio, Saturday on or utter each
full moon at 3 o'clock, p. m.
J. T. Stanton, W. M.
T. A. Covington, Secretary,
BRUNS LODOE NO. 118 meets on Fri
day atternoon on or before each lull
moon at Blcnbcim at .} o'clock,
J K. Rogers; W. M.
W. W. Bruce, Sec'y
CH* "I . ' '. '
KYIIIE Business recently known as thc
jt CLIO NOVELTY MAN?F?TU?
KINO 00 ? will borea ft 01 bo known of
THE CLIO NOVELTY" MANUFAC
TURING WORKS, with P, II, IV EY
sole owner and director,
Tim latest improved wood working
machine* are being placed for doing ai
..ind of Novelty work for builders use al
Jot 23, 1903.
Mrs J. J. Munnerlyn and chil
dren spent tho 4th at Darlington.
Mies Nevotte Jordon and Mrs
Florence Caution spent ? ho 4th
Miss Pattie Johnson of Blen
heim is visiting Mrs. D. A. Mc
Colluin at Hamer
Mr. James M. Howell wont to
Charleston Saturday and had his
Miss Janie Templo of Pages
Mill, S C., is spending sometime
with Mrs. Rufus Ford.
Mr. D. W. Weatherly had a
wagon load of choice Irish pota
toes in market Saturday
Mr. Leon Henley of Browns
ville was up Saturday and called.
Fine crops in his section
Mrs Cloveland Hubbard, who
hus been quito sick for a week
was able to sit up tIiis morning.
Mr. J. P. Driggers, now of
Columbia, has boon sponding a
couple of weeks with relatives
in the county
Mr. J. C. Covington of Hebron
was in town Mondyy He has
just returned from a trip to
Mr. M. E. McNair of San Fran
oisco, Cal., has been spending a
lew days in our town with his
lister Mrs M. E. Eason.
Mr. Walter Steele, the Char
leston Hatter, has been spending
a few clays here on his annual
visit to fix up the boys
Mrs. P. M. John of Blenheim
and Mrs. James John of John
Station, have been visiting their
mother Mrs Blue at Marion
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Pearson
and children, and Miss O'Dell
Patrick left Monday morning to
Spci.d a few days at Charleston.
Mr. G. W. Hucstoss of Ked
Hill, who is on the jury this
week, says crops are improving.
Ile began eating melons on the
Dr. Townsend accompanied
Mr. D. N. Fowler to Charleston
Saturday and after examination
Mr. Fowler had his injured eye
Mr. Jonathan Woodloy of Heb
ron was up Monday. He reports
good rains, and cotton improv
lng slowly-nothing like as good
as last year.
Mr. Titos A. Huckabeo of
Brightsvillo was here Monday
and called. He reports good rains
but mid ling crops. He raises all
his home supplies.
Mr. J. A. Stubbs of Brigtsvillo
waa in town Monday and called.
Ho thinks the showers have
helped tho crops some, but on
an average they aro far behind
Married in thia town on Wednesday
morning July 5, li)0f> by Rev Rufus
Ford, Mr. P. C. Cullum and Mis
Mollie Harrell. Tho happy couple
left on the 7 05 A. 0. Lino traiu for a
trip to Ibo mountains of North Can
The friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Kirk Hyatt, of Isley, tender
their sympathy to tho bereaved
parents in the loss ol' their in
fant babe on Sunday night last
after a protracted illness of chol
era infantum--aged about 10
weeks. The burial took place
at Salem cemetery Monday eve
Have Your Pumps Fixed.
Mr, T. F. Jackson is now pre
pared to put down new pumps
or make any changes in old
ones. A card through the post
ellice will get him.
The Newton Pills.
Those great blood and liver
regulators are known over
Marlboro. For the conveniente
of his customers he has left a
few boxes at this oflice where
they can gel them.
J^gT* Jackson Springy lietel
opened for the reception of vis
itors on May 25 th. No place in
North Carolina has more induce
ments to offer you-if are inten
ding to go away for health and
comfort. Write Robt Irwin for
rates stating what, you want.
.-.-? .A- *? ?
The drier the weather the greater
(he danger from fire. Call on us and
get pointers on protection.
CUOSLAND <& TY-ON,
The Insuianec Men.
F?R INSURANCE, either Life, Fi?
or Iliiil, call on or wi ile T. W
Kciuggu, Ueimettsville, S. ?.
He ri presents a variety ofcoropaniti
uiid brothel hoods. All strong, sale and
cheap. Investigate for yourself, Com
paie costs and conditions. A fun
' chanco to write you is all iliol is rc
- ? .?" ? . -.
A nico linc of pretty pictures
,vlsO Matting, at very close price:
by tho Roll.
? CW. Waddill.
i Every Family Need? Ono,
, If you would bc independent o
. lazy help get ono of those Clothe!
Washers now advertised in tin
, Democrat. Saves your clothes ant
? saves you money,
Write MeColl Ifdw. Co. MoCol
and got nriecM
TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS,
- A good crowd spent the .th
- Tho crowd in to wu Satur
day reminded us of fall trade.
- Tho raiw Tuesday evening
wan heaviest below Blenheim.
- If cotton gets to 10 ceuts
and stays there trado will bo
good until next inarch.
r-Tho drouth in some soctious
of Sm i tli v i Iks has ruined the corn
crops-no ruin for 5 weeks.
- The glorious 4th passed of
quietly without accideut or inci
dent around Bounottsville.
- Stealing molous or fruit is a
misdemeanor with a fine of $20
or 80 days on tho "gang."
Tho editor got his melon for
tho Uh. Mr. S T. Crouch of
Smithville brought us a nice ono.
- Mr. S.T. Crouch of Smith
ville was in town Monday with
melons and home made bacon to
- Mason's Fruit jars at W. M.
- Call at S. J. Pearson's and
lind out what is tho matter with
- Leave your orders for Fruit
jars at tho Hardware store.
- Have you Myopia, call on
tho Optician at S. J. Pearson's
and lind out.
t?>* Try a can of Sweet Potatoes
they are lino nt
W. M. Rowe's
Kingan'a lieliable Haina and Break
fast Bacon, alwayj nice aud fresh
at W. M. Rowe's
- Smoked shoulders at 12 cte
at E. Powers Grocery store.
- - A nice lot of Buggy whips
cheap, at E. Powers.
- See my stock of Tobacco -
cheap by the box. E. Powers
- W. J. Baldwin never fails
to lill Phono orders for Ice or
beef, which is kept nico and fresh.
itit" Call and see our new lines of
Codee and Tea. Prices from 121c to
$1 per pound. \V. M. ROWE,
- Until further notice tito
office of Superintendent of Edu
cation will bc opened only on
Saturdays and first Mondays.
- Soe Claude Moore fur Lum
-- The best summer drinks at
E. Powers' Grocery, Broad st.
- Everybody can eat Rice, at
3c, 4C and (5c, at E. Powers.
Evaporated Cream-now and
nice, at W. M. Rowe's
- You will not dread tho sound
of the lire boll if you have an in
? ? ..< ..;> i IVO t
est 1 j !jrijr
V&~ We carry a fell lino of Faney
and Heavy Groceries, and will make
the pri?es right. Sue mo before y?-u
buy. W. M. HOWE.
Don't You Love Flowers Y
It so, and you want some pretty
pots of all sizes in which to place
them, call at the Hardware store
and you can be suited.
Handsome Now Hall,
The handsome new Hall for
the Knights of Pythias hos been
completed and was occupied
for the first timo on Monday
night. It is over the longest
and largest of the new brick
bu i klings on Marion St reet.
There are two private rooms
and entrances to the main hall;
and will be lighted by 18 elec
tric 10 candle power lamps.
When all the furniture is placed
it will accommodate 200 Knights
Family jars will never do for
preserving tho happiness of the
A lot of people can swallow
their conscience without running
tho risk of indigestion.
A Mad Chase.
MillioiiH rush in mud elute utter
health, fruin uno exir.mie of ('midi -m tc
another, wheu il they would only eui
Hood food, and keep their bowels ic: u
lar with Pr. Kite's New bile Pills,
theil troubles would all pas* ?way
I'rouipt relief and quick cure for livei
and t-louiuch troubler 25u ut ?J. T
Doolans cjrttg ?torc; gum autoed.
Up ARE IN IT I
! Heavy and Fancy Groceries ant
a full line ol' Canned Goods
Pickles, Sauces and Dainties
, Candies, Cakes and Fruits.
I Tobacco and Cigars
r A nice line of Gloves, Hosiery
Heavy Underwear for men ant
women; and many Noveltie
Needfuls in tho notion line
A full line of Crockery, goot
enough for any home. In Til
ware we have anything fron
a cup to a milk bucket
Also, a nice line of Pants ant
Storm Coats that we offer a
f Wt? invite special attention t<
4 our stock of (hms and Ainmt
? nition of Stevens make,
j Wo hitve too a few nice coveret
baskets, to go bargains.
Call and se? us
1 JE. PQWBHS,
' Marion Ht? HrunetUville, H. (
l?.-.v. O. W. Bord will COMO oct ser
vices at St. Paul's Episcopal church
ou Sunday next.
Preaoblng nt Hickory Urovo church tho
Ant and third Sunday in 'each mooth at
3 o'clock io the afternoon by Dr L. II
Shuck, of Ghernw.
Tho hour for evening nor vicos at tho
uhurohes is now 8.3U o'clock.
Prayer mooting nt the Baptist ohurch
every Thursday aveuiug at 8 co.
Prayer mooting at the Methodist ohurob
every Wcduesdny at 8.00 p. m.
Prayer meeting nt Presbyterian ehuroh
Thursday ovoning at 8 00.
The hour for Sunday Sohool nt tho
( Methodist ohurch hns boon changed to
io o'clock in tho morning.
The Epworth League Prayer meeting
t<j held every Wednesday evening in tho
Suucay sohool room of the Methodist
church nt 8 o'clock. The publie invited.
For Cotton Weigher.
Mr. C Et Woodley of Clio
announces his candidacy for
Cotton Weigher at Clio for
the full and winter of 190f>
Charley will make a good one.
Killed By Lightning.
Buring the electric storm which
passed over tho county Tuesday
afternoon Mr. ?hamness at Clio
lost a tine mule. Sid Douglas bo
low Blenheim lost two mulos and
Mr. Dowdy of Red Hill lost ono.
Base Rall Notes,
Olio played Kingstreo three
days last week and captured the
last game with a score of 14 to 0.
Cherw ond Fort Caswell played
at Darlington Tuesday and at
Choraw Wednesday and Thurs
''For seven years." wiiies Geo W.
Hoffman, of Harper. Wash., ''1 had a
hitter battle, with chronic stomach and
liver trouble, hut at last I won. ?md cured
my diseases^ by tho uso of Electric Bit
ters. I unhesitatingly recommended them
to all, aud don't intcud in tho future to
he without them iu the house They aio
certainly a wonderful medicine, to hive
cured such a bad eise HS mine " Sold
under KUsrautec to do the same for you.
by J, T. Douglas Druggist, ut 5oc a bot??
tlo. Try them today.
The Russel Wagons.
Mr. P. A. Hodges is openiug a car
of th ese durable wagons-ono and
two-horso, every one ot them guaiun
teed against any defect in matotial
Fine Pasture For Stock.
Mr. h, D. Ivey of Clio, has a
fine pasture of 100 acres, that will
for engraving your name or initials
on auy article of gold or silver or
plate in tho most op-to date maimer.
Tho sample,1 of work already don* by
bim are just fine, ("?ill and see him.
P, ANDREW LEIGHTON,
With S. J. Pearson.
Turi ure Ol' a Preacher.
Thc dory of thc lonnie nf R?-v O D:
Moore, pa-tor ol' ibu Baptist church. . f
Hurper>villH. N. Y , will iuPrc>t yoi
Ile Htt>>; "I -iilt uni ut'ouies, beoiue*
a persistent cough, tcsultiug lien tin
gnp. I had to sleep sittiug up in bed
I tiied tuauy letuedies, without relief,
until I took Dr, King's New Discover)
for Consumption Cough-* ?iud Colds,
which entirely cured atv cough,, and
su veil mo from con-um pt ion.'" A ennui
cure lor Diseased conditions of Throat
aud Lungs. At J. T. Doublas drugcrist:
price 50c and $1.00, gu?rante td. Trial
They Guarantee A Fit*.
If you will give tho matter of
purchasing a nice tailor-made
suit careful consideration, mature
deliberation and earnest cogita
tion, you will givo STRAUSS & Co.,
tho order which they guarantee
without hesitation to ?iil? to your
edification, your sweetheart's da
tion, your friends admiration.
FOR SALE AT A BIG BARGAIN.
ONE Upright Piano, used (> months,
good us new. Ono irqnare Piano
(u good one of its kind) will lo sohl at
a sacrifice We need the room. Cali
at once. STRAUSS it Co,
Rementher Your Bend.
Wu invite speciul attention to thc
ikdvertisemeut of tho Dciiiiettavl?lo
Marble Works in this paper. Call and
see samples, or writo them.
Flower? 1 Flower? !
Mr?. Jno S. Moore lias a line
lot of Geraniums, Begonias
Ferns, Palms and other plants,
well rooted, that she desires tc
sell Cuttings 2?c per dozen.
Horses Do (jet Siek.
When a horses and mules are pool
it is not always and indication that they
do not gel enough to eat. Many ani
mals, just like human beings, have in
digestion or the system is all run down
and a tonic is needed, lt ia not the a<
mount ot lood eaten that makes Muscle
and tat. More depvnds upon the prop
er digestion or assimilation ol the tooti
than is commonly supposed. Nothing
has yet been discovered that will bulbi
up a horse or mule bitter than Ash
Cralt'S Condition Posvders. the only
remedy In its class sols! under a guar
antee. Ask Mr. Smith Newton, Ben
nettsville, tor it-the kiud put up In dos
es. And MftColl Drug Co.. McColl, s
WE cannot state positiuely at this
time just when Our Millinery Sea
soil will close, But it won t be
?ty long, And from this day un
til ^the season closes, we propose
to give the people the choice of
it Prices Never Before Offered in
. is part of the State. We would
e you to place YOUR ORDER AT
?CE. WK GUARANTEE THE BEST
livid'] EV KR GIVEN MILLINERY
ng in our Millinery Stock to go at
SKIRTS AT COST!
Hire line of TAILOR MAT)E SKIRTS AT
t\ nd below Manufacturer's COST, No Back
mn Leis or old stock in those goods, Every
; .mont guaranteed.
If/li S TRULY,
Ci Mi WEATHERLY,
>"?'...' V ?St
: .. "-i I\?J v.!
OW PREPARED to give nerfect Hatisfuotioij ia tho BIO YOLK
Wo have Now Wheels to Sell, How Wlioels to Rout
l> Hie NEST TIRES THAT CAN RE FOUND. CONES and
i fl S uny Wheel. We ?Ino lira/..), Holder, and Wold.
L IN YOUR BROKEN WHEEL ?nd havo it Mudo Over Now
wait. You will li ul us ut tho munn did Stund.
C. C. HUBBARD,
needn't get tinder
e water to keep cool.
il is all the "cooler"
u need for the dog
ir measure from the
and tropical novel
ivith skeleton lining,
dr shape and keep
the prices are just
ip one'* head above
let tis'fix you up.
We also Have
Then we have
LOW CUTS J?f^^
STRAUSS & CO.
Jj| sn1 i ibis a, owl %nu^** I
lew, Clean and Well Selected Stock. - :;
Polite and Efficient So rv ico To All. -
AH work neatly und
Hk?iioii mu? Mxporienoed
ly (font; by
icit your patronage.
NI NETT VI LLB PHA^MASY,
? . A, M ?TTHEWS, IV gr,
VI LEYS' DANDY.
Ow WK Up etnire in Oroelrmd building, ?
UENNBTTBVILIiB, 0. C.
?I ll. NKWTON, JENNINGS K. OWENS.
NEWTON <fc OWENS,
Attorneys at Law,
BKNNKTTSVILLK, BO. CA.
Offices Over Planters National Bank.
. Attorney at Law?
Bonnottsville, 8. 0.
Office on Darlington streut near l'on ta
IXdogrttpb offioo. January, 1899.
& & ILTON Mo L A U HIN,
(VI Attorney nt Law and
OlHoe in Court Hourn;.
JET. e. inonu x so JW,
.lootrioian . - Machinist.
11KNN RTTSVIl.I.K, 8. 0.
I?. O. nox 98. ri I ON li UL
Contractor for Mleclneal work and dealer
in Electrical supplies. Hot Air Pump
ing Engines and Gus Enginos Installed.
PipO'fiUting and general machine work.
August 20, 1U03.
Specials at Moore's.
Canned Tripo 20c each or 2 for
Heinzs Pickle-fresh and good.
Fresh jelly-assorted-only 10.
Armour's Sauaage in tomato
sauce only 10 cents.
Heinze's White Wine Vinegar
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Royal Medicine Co-?S^ff
For salo by J. T. Douglas.
BennetUvillo, S. 0
ANO CURE THE LUNC8
_A_ /TONSUMPTION Prie?
FOR fl OUGHSand 60c&$1.00
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eunt lum. (HilOHt iiuency ( >r H?cnrliii? putouts.
I'uiiiii.'i i liken tlirouult Munn St c<>. re?oive
tpt ?1' notice, without eliiii RO, lu tlio
A limul i.iv llluMratcd weekly, l.nreoat cir
mini nm of liny fkcloiltlUO lournul. 'I'oriiui, f 3 A
roan tour mimili?, $ I. Hohl by nil nowailoalor?.
MUNN &Co.36,l,oad^-New York
Mi m ir 11 Ohli r. t!26 V Ht., \V null I m; I nu. !>.?',
t ? AN? K av M it mm w;.
SKA HO A nu Air Line RAILWAY.
Tho .Seaboard Air Lino Ky ec li cd .
nie was changed on January 1 Ol li.
Indus leave (?neraw, 8. C., as followftj
Northbound No (1(1 nt 8.0.r> a. in,
No 60 at 9:24 |>. m.
Southbound No 57 at 8;06 a. ni
?< No 27 at 10:40 p. m
Tho Hennettsvillo and Olieraw li
U , leaving Boiincitsvillo at 7.05 a
m , connect with No (><> and No ?r>7.
Tho afternoon tiain leaving lien
lionsville at 7 j), m. gives Dennetts
ville ponplc an opportunity to Ink?
li ai lin No 60 and No '27.
VOil SA lili 2
A Bicycle for a ituty or (Jonis
cob ir Black or Bluo with 28 hi
wheels and rubber tires.
S. J. Pearson.
?N Et Kr. J Y Ai'Hi?- C, 1903.
WEST BOUND FROM BKNNBXT8VII1LB
V Kverttl 0
7 05 ft tn
7 15 a m
7 20 n ui
7 30 a tn
7 35 a 111
*7 40 a m
7 45 a ni
7 00 p ra
7 15 p W
7 20 p ni
7 35 p m
7 40 p ni
7 45 p m
7 r>5 p ra
EAST BOUND FROM OJIBRAW.
9 15 p in
fl 40 p ui
fl 43 p ut
fl 47 p ni
fl 52 p tn
IO 00 p ni
IO 05 p m
10 20 p in
iV I'YOKtH s
iV M adeline
S IO a m
S 20 a in
X 30 a in
S 40 a ni
S 50 a in
0 00 a in
0 15 a ni
AT BENNKTT?UIM? B--Tho soulh boin.it
norning tra?na on A. O. L. conncotH willi
rain No 1. Train No 2 connecta With A.
). L local freight tiorlh nod aouth bound.
AT Koiii.oCK-Truln No? 1 and 2 0011
iccfc with north aud south bound 8. A. IJ.
AT CIIBUAW-Train No 3 connoots with
Hirth and Houth bound S A. L. trainn,
md train No 4 connecta with north bound
4. A. I. train?
A. J. MATHESON,
V. P. and ( len. M rm.
SI ! ll NT V BONDS,
KIDELITY AND COURT.
yONTHAC'T and FIDELITY BONDS.
Tlioro are no hotter 00 ru panics than
these, represented by
JNO. S, MOORE.
IF BROKEN HEARTS
;ould bc mended UH nc uly, quickly Mid
borough ly aa wc eau repair your Jowolry,
boro would bo no Borrow in tho world.
4o mattor whoth0? lt ho 1
i necklace or a
BARY P? ?
loar from name
.?l?K R lo ""? ?'
.(/ii im a not trill ii
: Wll't?li V> pilli ?
L 'UMI : iiv\ i trott ly mid cheaply;
H. J (i'K?R'SO?:?,>
( >up ij ? \ _>r::? .!'. <),
33. DE?. ROOjk.
Vii for only 50 cents home de
livery-10 cts extra for packing
and delivering to Kxpress oilier.
MCOOLL, S. C.
march 8. R. F. 1). 2.
WE STILL B'EED
WliUN in town and you want a (fund
raoul, romcuibor wo ca'i nervo yon.
A good moa! for 25c. Restaurant
north of thc Market.
FRESH OYSTERS in every stylo,
D. J. BRAY BOY
While handling a gun that wns oui of
rder is usually the story. Now. in
.rder to prevent accidental killing
md to bo euro and kill when you
vant to, I have employed an expert
'Jtinsmith hom Charleston, S. C., who
?ma my gun repairing departmont in
.bargo, We aro prepared to do any
kind of fine gun repairing in faoloiy
.rilor. Give na a trial tani you will
!ie convinced that we aro prepared to
tgiie you satisfaction in price, work-?
mans!.ip and promptness
S. J. PEARSON,
Iain now bettor prepared than ever to
pleasn even the ;?o.s? fttstirfcous in
TONSORIAL WONK I guarauteo witto*
faction in Shaven, Hair eula, Shaitipoim
and MiiKS:.g(H. 1 have a new El cotilo
Battery for niUflH.lgcS, and can treat tho
faccH of (iontlenien and Ladies in tho
mont up lo date manner.
I Kolioit jeir patronage
J. A. GHACE.
Marion street BodliOUaville, S. C.
Here's Your Chance.
1 HAVE Hovcral tine Ruft* Plymouth Roon
I Cockerels that I will ?oil on tho yard
for One Dollin each, I am niuo ready lo
lake OldorH for ''Buff Rook E^gs" ftt $l
per netting of 13, on tho jard.
1). A. COVINGTON,
Feb. 9, '05. Gibson, R. F l). 2
- Yon can always get. what
yon want in Pr?lls, Vegetable*,
and Etc., at W. M. Rowe's
, Heady for Your (M tiers.
Tho (Mio Novelty MYg Works ?ill
got up your Rill for Flooiing, Coiling,
G. minne Siding A Weaihorlioarding,
?s vi'1.! tis you? House trimniing8-.
1 Door, ?ftoh, Blinds, Grills and Mab"
1 HOP, promptly and cheaply. Seo thom
lor anything in tim building line they
will savo you money.