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. ?loa Priest
FEN AND SCISSORGJRAFHS
The naval stores plant at
Cheraw was burned last week
for the second time in 8 months.
O. P. Sims of tlie Spartan
burg bar has challenged Till
man for a joint debate on the
dispensary in Columbia.
Orangeburg got her first bale
of cotton on the 10th and it
brought ll J cents. Columbia's
first bale brought 103 cents.
Blight has damaged a lot of
cotton around Latta. On many
acres of land it is reported that
not enough cotton will be made
to pay the rent.
Bishop A. Coke Smith of the
Methodist church, who is ill in
Ashville, is slightly better, but
little hope of his ultimate re
covery is entertained,
The South Carolina Associa
tion of Postmasters will meet
in columbia in the Postoffice
Building August 22nd at twelve
Mis- Rogers Entertains
On Friday evening Mr. and Mrs
J. E, Rogers delightfully auter
tainod a host of young friends at
their beautiful and hospitable
litile homo, Sunny Side. The
house was tastefully decorated
with cut flowors trailing vinos and
pottod plants. Tho color scheme
of purple and gold was adhered to
throughout tho decorations. Thc
verandas and lawns was lighted
by Humorous Japaneso lanterns.
Miss Mota Hodges in a charming
manner served cooling ices to thc
guest on entering. Tho feature
of tho oveniug was "a Floral Love
Talo." Tho first prize a handsome
inkstand, was won hy Mr. Lane,
who gallantly presented it to Miss
George Hodges. The "booby" a
shower hoquet of gorgeous sun
flowers and ferns wont to Miss
Mary Hogers. Toward tho closo
of tho evening merry making a de
licious salad and ico course was
daintly served. Aftor euch a pleas
ant evening tho guest was loath
to behove tho timo ha? passed so
swiftly away, and it time to say
good night !
Asuitable person in each township
in Marlboro to handle SCHOOL
ouij>puu out iu lownsnip depositories,
hy county superintendent, but will be
sold strictly cash on delivery nt county
depository. W. L STANTON,
Aug. 15. Co. Supt Education.
Movod To Now Quarters.
Dr. H. C. Stockton has movod
his Dental Parlor to rooms up
stairs in the Exum building on
Darlington Street; where ho will
bo prepared to servo the public
with groator satisfaction.
WS"* In order to make room,
we will sell two Square Piano's
at Sacrifice, come at once.
Strauss & Co.
RENT OR LEASE.
I desire to rent or lease, from a
tinco to a ten horse farm in Marlboro
County, within easy reach of the
Court house. Reference-Any busi
ness man in Bcnnottsville. Address
me, Beunollsvillo, S. C.
I). 1). MoDuppiE.
Aug 7th, 11)05.
i'ool Impending Doom,
Tlic feeling ot impending doom in thc
minds ol many victims of Bright's
disease an diabetes lias been changed to
thankfulness by the benefit derived bom
taking Kelcy's Kidney Cure. lt will
cure incipient Bright's disease and dia
betes and even in the worst cases gives
comfort and relic!. Slight disorders are
cured in a lew days. "I had diabetes In
its worst lorin." writes Marion Bee ol
Dunreath, Ind, "I tried eight physicians
without relict. Only three bottles of
Foley's Kidney Cure made mc a well
Your Horse is valuable, why
not insure him against death
from any cause. Italea low.
I'roi HCI ion good.
CBOSLAND & TYSON
"Tho Insurance Mon.'
Cards a e out announcing the mar
riage of Mr James C. Jackson and
Miss Annie Genes, Sunday afternoon
August 20, 1905, at .'5 o'clock, st the
homo ol the brido.
Married on Sunday August 13th
1905, nt the residence of tho bride's
?aren ts, nt the Mill village, by E,
towers? Notary Public, Mr. Henry
Steen and Miss Dora Poole-daughter
of Mr. and M rn '1 hollins Peele.
Mrs Manning, wife of Kev. John
Manning, of Clyde Circuit, Darling
ton county, died Sunday tim f?t li nt 0
,'10 p. ni. She was taken sick at the
church and crrried to the homo of
Mr. Hudson King where she lingered
until the summons came. Thc body
wa*, carried to Marion for interment,
Thc ninny friends of this notable
family in Marlboro extend deepest
PBETT? OH?ROH WEDDING
[From the L'Anse Sootsnel, July 22.]
Ooo ot tho prettiest ohnroh weddings
whioh haa takon rlaoe' in L'Anao \? \H ROI
oumisod in tho Methodist Episcopal ehuroh
Wednesday ovonlug nt 8 o'olook, whou
Mias Robocca Campbell, ot L'?tiao and
Dr. Douglas Molntyro, of 8t. John, Waab ,
were untied In tho holy bond? of matti?
The elm roll, whioh wa? taxed to itv ut
moat Beating capacity, waa elaborately de?
curated with ferns, ground pine, daalea and
ayringae, completely adhereing to tho col*
ora, gteon mut white, and proaontod u
moat beautiful nppoaranoo. Tho altar waa
t>auked with toma mut ayringau, ovor
whioh an nroh, mado of ground pino, waa
orcoted, from the center of whioh wua
auRpondod a largo wedding boll mado of
ovorgreonB, water lillio? and daaloB, and be
neath which tho ooremony waa porformed
Tho contor nialo waa arohod with ground
pine, fostoonod with daieioa, and tho ond
of oaoh pew was foatooned with ground
pine aud daisies, tied with white ribbon.
Tho wimiown woro ?lao foatoonod with
ground pine, bunked with terna and dalalea.
On tho right from tho altar, tho ohoir waa
biddon from tho audionoe by a large aoreon
mado of ferns, dnaiec and ground pino.
At 7 30 o'olook the following program
waa delightfully rendorcd.
Piano Solo, "Thou you'll rcmoinbor mc,"
Miss Neilin MoCabc
Vocal Duct "Morry birds of 8pring,"
Misa Emma Mongo, II. N. Aldrich,
Violiu Solo. "Tho Flower Song,"
Mr. CharlcB J. Kritik
Vocal Solo "If Lovo Woro Not,"
Miss Aguos Murphy
Piano aud Orsau Duet, M?roho,
Mrs J, B. Smith, Miss Nollio MsCabo
Chorus, "Poaaaut Wedding Maroh,"
At oight o'olotk an tho noted of Mon
dolBBohn'e Woddiog Maroh aoundod through
tho Hiiorod edl?co, tho uahora, Oharloa
Blankenborn, Oordou Uoughaua, llarria
Smith, Thouin? Brontou, Waltor Soifott,
aud Jack Campboll, oamo from tho
vcatihuto, boating whito tibhona, onoloalng
tho pows, and wero followed by tho b.ddos
maida, M?BH Lula Blankenborn, Mim Mablo
Prootur, Minn Louiao Wlobor, and M?BH
Grace Bania. Thon tho maid of houor,
Mifia Florence Campbell; pillow g'r'a, ltouio
bovitnii ?nd Grotohon A. Jackman; flowot
girl, (J meo Campbell, who atrowed lloworB
in tho path of tho brido as aho, on tho arm
of hor father, approached tho altar, Little
Joan Campbell, neted in tho enpaoity of
Tho brido waa mot at tho altar by tho
groom, oecompanicd by S. Rusail Smith,
of Calumet, who actod na boat man, both
of whom wore full drona.
Tho brido wa? dreasod in whito organ?
dio en train, with tulle veil, fnatouod with
nyringft blossoms, and carried a ehowor
bequet of bride'?] roBcs.
Thc bridesmaids woro droanod in white
mualin, wore picture hat?, and carried
ahowcr boqueta of white carnationa. Tho
pillow henrcra wcro droaaod in whito, and
carried whito ?ilk pillowa; tho ring bearer
and dower girl also woro white.
Tho coromony waa thou porformed by
Rev. Bornee N. Aldrich, tho beautiful and
improuaivo ring no.-vico hoing uaod. During
tho coromony tho ohoir tendered tho wed
At tho conclunion of th* eawwony M ?
were prcROnt to offor congratulation? mid
beet wifihea to tho happy couple. The
houHO was tnutity decoratod, and in tho
dining iooiu rofroshmonta woro aerved by
Mra. J. ll. Smith, and Misa Edith Broy,
nssiated hy Mra. John Brennan, Mra. M.
Hannen, MrB. NV. L. Maroo, M?BU Roao
?lankonborn, Miua Laura brennan, and
Mit? Anna Murphy.
Tho bride ha? roaided iu L'Anne all of
her lifo, and in held in tho highett outcoiu.
The groom waa a roaidont of 1,'Anae for
two year?, practicing bia profession, ro?
moving to St. John, We.nl? , about a yoar
ago, whero ho ima a lucrativo aud growing
practice. Ho ia a ilaing young man a' '
Tho bride was tho recipient of many
beautiful and coatly proaonta, including
Humorous piecoa of cut giana and sterling
silver. Tho wedding gift from tho groom
waa n hnndaomo upright grand /tano.
Mr. mid Mra Molntyro left on tho 11:
35 train for Sault Bte Mario, and from
there thoy will go to their homo in Bt.
Dr. McIntyre is the second son of Col.
K C. Mcintyre of Marlboro, and a grad
uate willi distinction alter a four years
course at Georgetown, D. C., University
ol' Medicine aud Surgery. Thc cxuuii^
nations at thin institution arc very rigid,
so that ol a olass of 28 only 13 received
diplomas, Dr. McIntyre after graduating
was made resident physician of Washing
ton Insano Asylum, which position he
held willi such eclat, that ho was promo
ted and put in charge of post at L'Anso.
Michigan Ho was much pleaded with
the place, thc government furnished him
a Hue biick r?sidence, willi brick stall for
a thorough bred horse and food for Hamo.
The liOUSO waa elegantly furnished but it
was not long before he discovered thc ab
sence of ila most important adjunct,
which lie soon found in Misa KSDECOA
CAMPUBLL, a most highly cultured and
beautiful lady, but ibo mairiagc was not
consutnated until tho 19th July, 1005,
owing to thc fact that she was in college,
and bad lo be there 2 years longer. She
graduated with first honors in her class in
June last Tho Doctor was again promo
ted andordeied to St John. Washington
Slate Ho wa? allowed to do private
practico with other duties and. through
the possession of sterling traits of char
acter and professional ability of a high
order, his practice increased, so rapidly
and proved HO remunerativo, that ho
thought best to settle permanently from
service, although with muoti roluctanee,
aa thc government had treated him with
such pronounced courtesy.
Dr. McIntyre had tho proud and un
usual distinction conferred on him by
Provident MoKinley iu hoing commission
od n special surgeon at the G. A. lt. rc?
union in Washington. I). C.
Ile lins now an elegant home theioault
of bis own energy and business capacity
It is always a source of pride lo seo our
Marlboro boys going to tho front, and in
(bis class no one is entitled to higher
consideration than Dr. Douglas McIntyre.
will lntorost Many.
Every person should know that good
health is impossible ii the kidneys arc
deranged. Foley's Kidney (hire will
nure kidney and bladder disease In
every lorin, and will build up and siren?,
jthen these organs so they will perform
:hcir functions properly. No danger ol
Bright's disease or diabetes it Foley's
Kidney Cure is taken in lime.
PROF. THAOKSTON'B ADDRESS ?
Delivered Before the County Trus- ?
tees Association Aug, 7,1905. ?
PublisM by Rcqust of the Association ,
TIIK UKI,AVION or TIIK PEACHKU TO TIIK
SCHOOL AND TO ;IIE COMMUNITY.
Before I will say anything about the i
first relat'on Ihr?, is, to ne corsidered, I j
will try to define as best 1 can the school.
The school as is generally considered .
today is quite a complex organism. It ,
is composed ot teacher, pupil?, parents,
Officers, taxpayers, iunds, buildings, ap
paratus, etc. All of these are united 1
ami pressed on by one idea and tor one
purpose. Yet these external tilings AS I
United are not Hie real school, but in k
strumentsand steppingstones that bring ,
it up to its highest development. The
real school, and this is what we wish to '
speak of on this occasion, is mind in ef
fort to unfold mind It is wholly a men- 1
tal organism. The co operation ol all 1
these things assist in bringing about thc I
ideal sought alter, but the teacher and ,
I pupil united tor the end for which the
school exists constitute the school. Any .
special appliance may assist in bringing '
about this mental unfolding, but it with '
any other appliance cannot make the I
school. Thc school can exist without a J
black-board, globe or map. Without a j
taxpayer, school commissioner or even
a parent, tor these arc but agents com-,
bined to belo the two all-important lac -
tors (teacher and pupil) in their teaching
process. Nor does the school house, as
some seem to think, make ?he school,
tor a school can exist with a Mark Hop
kins on' one end ot a log and a Garfield
on thc other. Any or all ot these very
beneficial agents may bc dropped and
the teaching or unfolding process con
tinue, but the process vanishes il either
teacher or pupil bc dropped.
Thcrelore, thc school, as I shall think
oi it, is thc lilting of thc child hy thc
teacher hom its present condition into
the condition ol an ideal child-thc uni
ting ot thc pupil's real and ideal sell.
With this definition belorc us, we are
forced to see and realize thc vital rela
tion that exists or should exist between
thc teacher and Iiis or lier school.
Knowing this-and he should know it
-with what spirit should the teacher
accept his school ? No question can be
more important. "A spirit," says l'?ge
"that seeks not alone pecuniary ?molu
ment, but desires to be in thc highest
degree uselul to those who are to bc
taught ; a spirit that elevates above
everything else the nature and capabili
tics of tnc human soul, and that trcm
hies under the responsibilities ol attemp
ting to bc an educator ; a spirit that
lioks upon gold as thc contemptible
dross of earth, when compared willi that
imperishable gem which is to be polish
ed and brought out into heaven's light
to shine lorcver ; a spirit that scorns all
thc rewards ol earth and seeks that
highest of all rewards, an approving
conscience and an approving (Jod ; a
spirit that can sec God in the child and
that burns with a desire to vt pl 111 il" -
such a spirit is thc first thing to lie
sought by the teacher,
Much ol rhe tailurc that has come to
thc school system of our state and others
was occasioned by the teacher assuming
thc duties of the school without any
thought ot its responsibilities, and oltcn
times they engage in it as a secondary
object, appearing to be a teacher while
they were stepping and standing on the
school to rise into another profession.
No other profession allows this, why
should our schools ?
"Oh! let not unskilled hands attempt
A blight upon thc trusting mind oi
When this responsibility fills and per
meates the whole teacher the relations
which should exist between teacher and
pupil is lound.
Children attend school tor only one
purpose, and that is to realize thc ideal
which is possible tor them,
Each lesson given and recited must
change thc child or else Hie school fails
in its aims. Thc teacher must live in
tlic life ol the pupil, having in mind the
aim ol the pupil and the experiences to
bc taught him to bring about that aim.
No lesson should be gone over without
making some elevating impression on
Hie child. Teachers must realize that
they play only a secondary part in the
school, and the school is. w~ might say,
within thc child-and never will it reach
its fullest development until this idea is
grasped and practiced by the teacher.
The teacher must cause the child to see.
appreciate and carry out what the school
is for. This being true, the teacher
must bring thc child into a hiller and
bigger sell each day, and not get into
tlie narrow rut as so many do, and con
ceive that the few lessons assigned and
studied is all that is in the school
There is no intellectual, physical or
ethical growth in the rote recitations
which we so oiten witness in our schools
We so oltcn hear men and women say
that their society work while at college
was the most hclplul and lile giving part
oi their work. Why this ? Because in
the societies they were living a file and
having life experiences. They were in
terested. While in their school room
work they were lifeless and without that
b .oyant spirit and interest that should
have been occasioned by the teacher.
''Learning," says Herbert, "shall pass
away, hut the interest shall remain
throughout the whole life."
The teacher should live and instruct
in sucli a manner that the pupil would
not bc preparing for hie while in school
but should he living a lite thal he could
and would continue when out ol school.
It seems to me that the relation between
teacher and pupil should he different
?rom what we so oltcn see. The pupil
should bc taught Irom the beginning lo
live trom within and not prop up and
swing on his teacher and text books
So many have an idea that the text
books are thc only things to be taught
the curriculum thc center around which
everything revolves, but not so, We
must rather lay stress on something like
tlie following; politeness, order, truth
fulness, industry, justice, altruism, rat
ional, freedom, As we ha' c our schools
to-day thc curriculum must be Involvct
In the school that these virtues may bc
involved from its acts.
How many ol us can recall any school
experiences that have made our lives
better and brighter Other than the above
named virtues which wc caught from
our beloved teachei < With these as the
virtues toward which tlie school is to
attain, a seit forgethil devotion on tlie
part of a teachei will certainly make the
attainment. Intelligence and ethical
virtues arc the attainments that the true
teacher will develop, Hut these must be
devoloped or else there is no school, Ile
should not think at any time that he is
"boss" of the school but that his work
is to teach children to think reason and
act each day more nearly the ideal which
he has In view. I recently saw this state
ment; "|<'or tile child toohey the teacher
may he good, but not best. This seems
to bc thc proper spirit and idea that the j
school should attain. Not obey the teach-1
er, hut obey the virtues in Iiis own mind
which thc teacher lias instilled This re
lation between teacher and pupil must j
JC intimate and person c
:haracter.. the ROO', ai ?rf . >?
he teacher, whether I
t ls said that Payne, t ?
iscribed his infidelity i t
'ear* and not to his in ??.
Thc sciiool period is th I
he clay can be mouU 1,1 ri
.I tooK a pioeo of pla?
Vnd idly fashioned it ou
Vud KU my lingera prosac
Lt .novud and yiehlod tc
[ onmo ugain when days
Tho bit of clay was hard
I'ho form I gave- it still
Hut I could ohaugo that; .
[ took H picoo pi living
Vnd gwutly formed it da.
Vint moulded with my p
V youug ohihl'n soft uu.l ld itt.
[ oamo nguiu whoa yOiUi rt
't wuB a mau 1 loukod u
Io ?till that onrly luiprcE
Vnd I could ol?anlo him
And may thc relation
0 pupils bc so tender I
j pon them almost with
pride ol a lather, and
ewels. And when he li
cess, their uselulncss, a
his heart leaps within I
"they were my pupils,'
With snell relations
and pupil, how great i
between teacher and
Parents and citizens im
closely related to thc
work. The work lia
meaning, how can a t<
carry it lorth without tl
assistance of thc whole
When children art
care ol the school, they
to ! el that ihc confu?
01 p irentago with them
eli arc to have the tulle
home. Much ol the fa
is olten caused by tl
teacher and parents ma
hands lor the advanccm
Selfishness reigns. Thc
recular school-room wo
his hands saying "tin
done' ; while the paret
neglect all school alf.
everythihg to the tcac
ready to bring in complu,
There is too much at s id i
difference on thc part i
puent. A mutual Sympal : cid t
and mutual aid lie render
with its high ideals, sp
consecrated sell denial,
and helpful ministration
lated to the teacher that
influences will be directe
and activity into the bette
vancement ot the school,
ing lor the same general
the teacher must cause th
No less lack ol co-op
exist between the home
They are two torces opera
same end, yet ollen so ai
the impressible child is t
ol discourtesy and dislov
made wretched and his cl
eu, Dissension in the
enough, hut strife betwei . In,
parent is latal,
Isn't lt about time (hat
schism between teacher
bridged ovor Y Should . ?..
trality continue to exist ? i
lougor. liul let the tea'
pring about a mutual co c
,AilUUlUi> CtlullS ol UlU UUI11 i .
Wo need more than ap; ...
in tho school, but Oil aotiv
wide-awake cuthusiasim o
every man woman and chi
numby. The educational
should bo brought i ti io co n. ami
the sohool, better than au:
may become the centre ol ll
Pr?sident Kl lio t, at thc (
years as president of [larva : 1 ;
when a:-kcd what had hoi
aim, replied "To soeuro co- .
Hence, we see, that t
something more to do t
classes, hear r?citations, ki
Hut lliev must become coi
commanding importance ol'
a soi.hil factor, uiiiuonoing
aims in ibo lile and conduct u
and, in turn, drawing ins
help fromovury depurimout
MoOoll, S. C. J. A,
Mr. EDITOR-I nu
The rains lin ve eon
der is ripening fast.
thu third Sunday a;
One of my friends
that he says will set
from ii sk up, until he
self in waler and the
ble to catch him agaii
Mr. (?obler says
chicken from the pip
are two or tluce ol' t li
hen's chickens left ai
to educate Hiern.
Wo will soon be dc
knees picking the PJ
Potato crops will h
News is scarce.
August 12, 1905.
Asthma Sufferers Sho'
Ifolcy'? Honey and Tai
many cases of asthma that
sidered hopeless. Mrs \do
701 West Third St., liavei
writes; "A revere cold conti
years ago was neglected un
grew into asthma. The 1
skill available could not gi\
than temporary relief. Pol
and Tar v.as recommend!
lilly cent bottle entirely c)
asthma which had been ero
for twelve years.: if 1 bad ta
ital l 1 would have been sav
Put! ?CU ?Y ?0, 1
Attention dinners !
low prepared to insure
louses and seed cot ton,
ipecial rate before insu
CROSLAND & 1
HOUSEWIFE : Y
YOU ARE RUBBING YOUR LIFIC /
Mi Aha i ho lifo of Your Clothed, bj? usim
your old tYuah Hoard nnd buy you u M190C
lt washos a whole Tub full of clothes J
?JP a ?ir??r'o prtveat, and ? good deal oaeior
sann; on u Watdi Board.
Tho "JDOO" Washer is
built ou eoiontiflo prin
cipios. It revolves on
bull bearings, which
renders (ho rotary mo?
lion UP 10 AS Y as l ho
Wluols ol' a li ig h
Ti saves Tinto, bubor,
?Money und Clothes,
lt has no Suncrlor us
Half the time, half tho work and worr;
T Ii A lt ol' the Clothes, can bo savod in cv
For fut I har particulars, or for piicosi
Machines always in Stock
February 2:}, 1905.
I am now receiving n
My Stock Cannot b
DeaEer In 1
/ HAVE AS NICE GC
I Buy only REGULAR GOODS
paint on an Unsuspecting Pul
'Stickers," which Mamilu
ont at reduced prices on ?
style or make They d
I am Going to Inaugurate an
Summer and Fall, Which BU
Investigate for V ourself, ai
word as to what so and si
Business on Business li
GALL AND EXAMINE MY ST
GIVE YOU VALUE REC
J ulj 13, 190;').
We can give you a special low
tariff rate on your gin houses &
seed cotton. ?o use to lose them
by lire when protection is chea}).
CROSLAND & TYSON
"The Insurance Mon."
Full line Armours canned
meats at W. M. Rowes.
As now is the season when
so much Tea is used, you can
not alford to u?e anything but
O, E. Blanks high grado ' Teas,
for sale by
W. M. Rowe.
A full linc of H J. Hoi ass? Co.
rickie? Preserves, Ketch tip?, Sau
ces, Jollies &o. at
W. M. Howe's.
A Fearful Fate.
It is a fearful fate io have io endure
tho terrible torture of Pilos. "1 can truth
fully day," writes Henry (.'olson, ol
Masonville. la., "that lor Blind, Blood
ing, [toking and Protruding 1'iles. Buck?
len's Arnica Suive, is tho best cure
made." Also best for cuts, burns and
lujuries. 25c at J. T. Douglas Druggist.
We keep our Butter and
Cheese on Ice all summer and
guarantee it to be the best on
earth. W. M. Rowe
Glasses Titted at Your Home.
Dr. II. SMITH, of Monroe, N.
VJ , Kyo Right Spftolftliftt (Onid
nato of tho Philadelphia Optioul College of
Philadelphia, Pu , will visit Chesterfield
iud Marlboro oountios during tho month
>f August. Tho Intent and moat np to dato
UOthcdfl aro unod in tho examination of
,ho Kyo. GlnHHOH Coted to rcmody tho moat
?om plicated oyo d of cots. A specialty of
llttog K'ft?Hoti to young people and child ten
Sudona?! and rooommondod by tho leading
?iti/ens and physicians ii. North Carolina.
Examination without charlo.
Any Hank in Monroe.
. K, Asheruft, M. I). ~\
. M. blair, M, 1). [? Monroe, N. C.
lr. H A. HicvoiiH. )
>r. W. S, Barroutine, Sooioiy Hill.
If you aro troubled with your oyo? and
i cd glnHHon wait and got tim serviced of
ti export Kyo Sight Hnooialiat.
Q Abb IN fflflr* WANT OK
FRESH IgSh. PRODUCTS,
f Respectlully announce thal I have a
small herd ol Jersy Cows will? all
lodern adjuncts to a Dairy, such as
ream Separator, Refrigerator. Rutter
?..''.de from cream winch is separated
om the milk belore it souls is much
Wc can furnish whole milk, skimmed
esh milk, Cream, Kniter and Ruttor
ilk -all of the best quality.
WK. churn everyday, and our Dairy
oducts are first-class.
MUS IO. C. WADDKLb,
July II, 1905.
AVi W?MK LIVBS.
our attention, please.
ILWAY, or tho lifo o? i>ouio other woman,
< an OLD WASH BOARD. L.vy anule
UST AS EASY ami JUST A3 QUICK
i arni quicker than you possibly eau wash
It washes all kinds and
grados of materials,
from tho iiuost Lucos
to thc coarsobt Cubri?
THAR, or Breaking
lt is guaranteed to do j
A TRIAL will prove
all wo claim.
y, with more than Half tho WEAR, and
cry homo that has a M1900" Washor.
and cataloguo, write or call on
oil Hardware Co.,
MoCOLL, S. C.
Agents for tills Territory.
iy Fall Installment of
e Surpassed by any
WD S AS THE MOST
I and not JOBS as some do, and
?liens Up-to-date. JOBS are
cturera are anxious to close
aeeount of some defect in
o not give satisfaction.
Active Business Campaign this
Y EMS will find to their interest.
id Don't Take somebody else's
i is selling for I solicit your
OCK. I will do my utmost to
BENNETTS VILLE, S. 0.
East Side Public Square.
Thc Hotel at Jackson Springs was
opened to tho public on the 25th day
of May, 1905. Tho company dosiress
to thank the public for its liberal pat
ronage in tho patronage in the past
and guarantee the same good service
and attention in the futuro. There is
no other place in North Carolina where
a person can realize tho pleasures and
benefits to ho derived from a visit to
to the healing waters of Jackson
Kow under nowoianagenient of the
expeiiencd and efficient
Late ot Hotel Guilford.
Juno 1, 1900
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Scholarship and Entrance Examination.
Thn examination io., tao award of vacant
Hcholtu lUips in Winthrop Collego and for
tho adinitfbiod of new students will ho hold
nt thc County Court House on Friday, July
7th, nt 9 A. M. Applionntu imut not he
less than yearn of ago. When sohohir
Bhips aro vaoated af tor July 7, they will
bo awarded to Ihoso making the highcdt
average at thin examination provided thoy
meet tho conditions governing tho award.
Applioanta for Boholandiips should write to
President Johnson hoforo tho examination
for Roholarship application blanks.
Kcholarnhipii aro worth $100 and free
tuition. Tho next HCHM?O ? ?ill open Sep
tember 20, 1905, For further information
and cataloguo addresd
Pities I), lt. JOHNSON, Hook Hill, S C.
COLLEGE Of CHARLESTON.
1785. CiiAKi.ueTON, S. C. 1905.
Entrance examinations will he held
in the (Jon II ty Court House on Friday
duly 7, at 9 a. in. One Freo Tuition
Scholarship to each county of South
Carolina awarded hy the County Supt
of Education anti tho Judge of Pro
hate. Board anti furnished room at
Dormitory, $10 a month. All candi
dates for admission aro pormittcd to
compete for vacant Boyce Scholarships
which pay $100 a year. For further
information and cataloguo, address
1 fAKW8ON RANDOLPH,
Juno 2. Presidont,
WU KN YOU ARE IN NEHL>
- OF -
Or anything In niy line, don'I
eui! on me, at my placo ol' btt?*
. the Atlantic Coast Line and tho
Soaboard Air Lino Piosengor Depots,
or write mo. Designa and Prices
furnished on upplicutK \
Phono No. 05.
J. W. MoELWEE.
.January 26, 100.',.
W?f" Pipos and SmokorsSuppliosin
endloBS varioty oan ho found at J. T.
Douglas' Dru? Btoro.
I'ra cl i cn I Ph ;inn II cist aud Dealer In
pure ?nigs and Jpatcnl Jj)g| etliches.
lu tiKiliaiii.?muri i .^M-------a>-? .? i .. mn ? II? ?? ?II ?II II .?
_WE ?LSD C?RRY J
TAN ?A lil) MEDICINES,
'OILET and Fancy Article*,
PEUEUIIMEII v, SOAPS,
muslins, SPONGES, AV
STATIONARY and SUPPLIES T hi
I PAINTS, OILS,
I IMUSHES of ol! kinds,
Z VA KNISH nod STAINS,
* PREPARED PAINTS,
AMPS, SHADES, Etc.
FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Prescriptions carefully compounded at all Jwurs
and guaranteed to be of the Purest Uruga and at
& full line Garden Seed & Onion Sets.
Thankful for past patronage yours for n prosperous now your.
JttaOUtJf 1, 1905.
J. T, DOUGLAS,
AT THE Ol?? S vf AN?
WE HAILI BARGAINS TOO.
NO USE TO WORRY, BUT COME IUGHT ON TO
I IT* YOU Wi\jXTT
Dry Goode, Clothing, Shoes, .Notions *
And Fancy Groceries.
ttiTFresh Water Ground MEAL and HOMINY n specialty.
Wc Keep a full Hue in each Department and will fill your Wants iu eaoh
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
When you como to Town call and soo us. Phone orders in town dolivered
FREE, and satisfaction guaranteed.
Call and seo xis-Near Douglas1 Drug Storo.
lETTSflLLE HARDWARE Ci
ill HARDWARE OP EVISRY DESCRIPTION.
WE AUB NOW OPENING UP ONE OP THE LARGEST
and NICEST LINES OF
Buggies and Harness
EVER OFFERED ON THIS MARKET.
We BU Y in GAH LOTS andar? tlierotore in position to imuvo
You very Close Prices,
SEE VS BEFORE BUYING IT WILL PAY YOU.
You will always lind our Mr. Throop Crosland at
OUT Repository, on north /ide of Public Square, wlio
will gladly show you our lines and M A Iv 15 CLOSEST PRICK
July 20, 1905
All? LIME RAILWAY.
FIFTH ANNUAL. EASTERN
OLD POINT COMFORT
H Virginia Beach, and Ocean View, Va.,
I Wednesday tit*. AO ROUND
H August 16. *P * ***** TRIP.
ff From Columbia, Camden, and Ch er aw
(?nod Returning until and Including August RI, 1905.
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE BOTH WAYS.
ll 1323 Main st.
Consult nearest Seaboard Agent or address
\Vr. L. BURROUGHS, T.P. A. P?ONE 574,
Columbia, S. C.
FOR MORSELS ARD MULES ONLY
SMITH NEWTON, Bennettsville, S. 0.
MoCOLL DRUG CO., McColl S. 0.