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BBNNBTTSYILLB, 8. 0.
Oj?oe on Marion ?timci Oppofiio
Friday August 26, 1905.
Our Town Gorvernment.
MAVOK-P. A. Hodges
AI.IJKUMKIN-W P. Breeden, Jr, C. S
Ottaflln, A. Sinclair, E. Powers.
CLERIC & TREASURER-Milton Mc
Laurie. Ollie?; open daily.
POLICE--W. M. Aikioson, Sim Bazley.
Marlboro County Officers.
SuEaiKV-J. H. Croon
Ci.Kine OF Ci.KU ic- -J. A. Drako
JUDUK or PROUATE--M. McLauriu
CORONER-G. A, MoCall
SUPERVISOR-M. E. Coward
SUPT. EDUCATION-W. L, Stauton
TREASURER-J. II. Thom MB
AUDITOR-Chas. I. 8horrill.
SiNAToa-Joshua ll. lludpon,
HEi'aKSBNrATiVBS-P. D. .MoColl, Jr,
W. W. llruco, J. P.Gibsou
M AQIST ATES-U. p. Easterling, T. L.
Ii. L. MuLauriu, MoColl
John A. Calhoun. Clio.
W. J. Atkinson, Blenheim,
T, P. Stubbs, BrightBvdlo,
W. W. Irby, Smithvillo._
Oounty Church Directory.
Bennettsville Circuit Appointments
REV. A. T. DUNLAP, P. C.
First Sunday-ll ?. m., Pine Grove'
3 p. m., Smyrna.
SooondSunday, ll a.m. MoColl.
3 p. ni, Beauty Spot,
Third Sunday-ll a, m., Pino O rovo,
3 p. m, Smyrna.
Fourth Sunday, ll a. m. MoColl.
3 p. m. Beauty Spot.
Blenheim Circuit Appointments.
REV. W. H. MAKER V. 0.
First Sunday, Hebron 11 a. m:
Ebeuotcr 3.30 p. m.
Sooond Sunday, ParnaaBua HR..
Zion 3.30 p.m.
Third Sunday, Hohron ll a.m.
Ebenezer 3.30 p. m. j
Fourth Sunday Parnassus ll a. m.
Zion 3.30 p. m.
C'h'o Circuit Appointments.
REV. P. ii. snuLEU, P. c.
Olio-Prcachiug ovcry Sunday morning
at ll o'clock. Epworth League Sun
day night at 8 o'oioek. Sunday behool
at 10 a. ra. W. A. Uinshaw, Supt.
Prayer mooting Monday night at 8.
Boolah -Preaohiug ovcry Sunday aft at
4 o'oioek. ' Suuday school at 3. ll.
M. .Jackson, Supt,
North Marlboro Circuit.
REV. J. N. WRIGHT, P. C.
First Suuday, Oak ti rovo, 10.30 a m.
Pleasant Hill 12.30 p ra,
Kow l?opa, 4 p. m.
Boland Itanri? \ iii il ' n *. ?!
Yoi td SuorJiy. S.-y '..?. <i j?j ?.
Plnaiitiriii Bili i :?.> <. ?L
O.tk prove, 4 ,;o p. M
V .1 iii rWuday, lib?rtete? i i ?. ni,
bkiloi*, jj p, i
Bennet tsville Church Directory
METHODIST-T. E. MORRIS, P, C.
Sunday sohool 3 30 p. m Preaching al
11.00 a- rn, and7.3U p.m. Prayer moot
ing Wcdiiosday evening at 8.00 o'olook.
Superintendent Sunday sohool, Phil. A.
BAPTIST-HOV. Rufus Ford, Pastor.
Sunday sohool at 10.00 . Broaching Sun
day at 11.00 a. m., and 7.30 p. ra. Prayoi
meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'olook.
Superintendent ol' Suuday sohool. II. \V
PRESUYTKIUAN-Bunyan McLeod Th,
H., Pastor. Mor vice-1 every Sabbath
('.minnie.) ll a. tn. aud 8 p. m.: (wilder]
lia. ra. and 7.30 p. ra 1'raycr meeting
Thursday 5 p. ra. Seats free. Str?ngen
cordially invited. Sunday school every
Sunday 10 a. ra. Suporintendent, J. T.
Dudley. All parents aud children made
welcomo at tho dohool.
Eeiseoi'AT.-Rev. O. W. lloyd, Rector,
Preaching ovory sooond and fourth Sunday
at II a. tn., and 7.30 p. in. Sunday
aohool at 9.30 a. m. Dr. J. A. Faiaou,
Directory of Bennettsville Lodges
CONSOLIDATED Lon UK No. 15, K. ol
P., moots every scoond and fourth Moo*
day nights at 7.30 o'clock.
J. W. LeGrand, C. 0.
C. D, Eastcrling, K.of lt. Sc S.
MARLRORO IiODOK No. 88, meet:) al
Bennettsvillo. Friday evening, ou or be?
tore each full moon at 8 o'ulook.
J. F. Kinney, W. M.
... H. E. Stooktou, Seoretary.
County Masonic Directory.
MARLUORO CHAPTER No. 30 R. A
M., meets at Bennettsville ou the secoue
Friday of each mouth.
J. F. Kinney, II. P.
II, E. Stockton, Secretary.
EUREKA Lo ?OK No. 43, A. F. M.
meet? at MoColl, each Saturday after
aoon, before the full moon,at 1 o'olook.
AURORA LODOS No. 33, A. F, M.
meat-] at Clio, Saturday on or after ead
fall moon at 3 o'oioek, p. ra.
J. T. Stanton, W. M.
T. A. Covington, Secretary.
BRUNS I.ODUE NO. 118 meets on Fri
day aiternoon on or before each lui
moon at Blenheim at 3 o'clock.
J. K. Rogers, W. M.
W. VV. Bruce, Sec'y
gum i ".i"".,. ? ! . ..... v. . >. ?vi
BYI HE B uni nos? recently known as th
JL OLIO NOV ELT V MAN1JFCTU
HING CO , will hereafter hp known ?
TH IC CLIO NOVELTY MANUFAf
TURING WORKS, with F. ll. IVE'
Hob) inrnnr and director.
Tho latost improved wood workio
ni.iohiro? are being placed for doing a
?t in li of Novolty work for builders us? 1
li Vin g pr ice I.
Jot 23, IOO3.
Mrs Amelia ftuctleV ha* go?U
bil a visit to Spartanbin;?.
Mr. Jacob Isaaosohn is oxpeot
ed homo to night.
Rev. Ruf J8 Ford has roturnod
from a i>ioas?nt trip to Tenues
Mr. A. P. Breeden spent sev
eral days ut Wrightsvillo last
Mi*. B. A>,Capol went over to
L -ri i nj?ton Wednesday to visit
MissRachol Mittlo, has return
ed from a pleasant visit to Spar
tunburg and Asheville.
Mr. J. Ti Whittaker of Par
nassus was up Friday and call
ed-cotton crop failing
Mr. Joseph Parker of McColl
was down Friday. No special
nows in his section.
Mr. (Jrover Cooper, now agent
at Eastover, spent Sunday hore
with Iiis mother.
Mr. Z. A. Parker of Browns
ville was up Mondav. Ho re
ports cotton failing.
Wo regret to learn that there
is but little improvement in the
condition of Mrs Amelia Hamil
Mr. and Mrs Ernest Adams of
Wilmington arrived Saturday to
spend a few days with his par
Mr. Oris Capol, of Richmond
county, who has been spending
some timo with relatives here,
retorned homo Wednesday.
Mr. Whiteford ?Smith Moore,
who has been living in Charles
ton for several yours, has como
home for awhile.
Mr. B. Edwin Moore of Lester
was down Thursday preparing
to start his sales of Peruvian
Guano for thc next crop.
Mr. Ben j Robinson tho mana
ger of tho London Stock Manipu
lators is now in our town to man
age the big salo at Mittle's store.
Mr. F. H. Ivey of Clio Novelty
Works was hero Tuesday to pur
chuso an invalid chair for his
aunt. Frank is so thoughtful.
Mr. Thomas L. Webster, who
was called homo last week on
account ol' the illness and death
of his mother, has returned to
his "sit" in Virginia.
Mrs Virginia Wicker ol' Fay
etteville and Mrs Mamie Ham of
Florence were here to attend the
funeral of Mrs T M. Webster
last Friday afternoon.
Mr. C. F. Covington went to
Virginia Monday for anothoi
supply of those line cattle foi
his market. He tries to get tin
best meat for his markot.
Mr. Johu R. Webster, now ol
Darlington, was called home lasi
. 'Aot h Q? ?c'?ovtiii o' l.ho tithes!
I'm) -I. ut Iv oft his motlier, but re
Mrs Thomas Fraser bolow town,
was able to return homo Mon
Married on Sunday afternoon, Aug
uet 20, 1905, ut the residence of tin
h.?(le's parents, hy Rev. Rufus Fun!
Mr. James Cleveland Jackson tun
Miss Annie Genes-duughtcr of Mr.
and Mrs. John M. Gone?. All of tbii
Fire lu ltouuettwillo
On Friday night last ahout 8.30 tit?
large ham and stanks of Mr. T. W
bouchier, were discovered on fire on
the roof. Tho alarm was bounded and
promut help rescued tho ?tock ant]
vehiclee, hut u lurge supply of feed
WHS bumed with tho building. Tin
linn il v wu>> not?t homo and those who
locked up for the night cannot account
for (lie fire. Fortunately there wa? ne
wind or serious dnuiago mi.dit have
been dono. Loss about $ 100
Wt?>x" Patrick & Co, has the
choicest lino of Fancy Grocorief
in tho city. Also handle lluylor't
Th*? Bennettsville Pharmacy
has boen moved to front stree
next door to ?lacob Isaaosohn
where Mr. Mathews will ht
glad to see all his old customer!
and friends in want of fresl
Malton Tho Liver l.ivoly.
Orino Laxtive Frnit Syrup gives per
in ant-nt rebel in cases ot habitual con
Stipation as it stimulates thc liver am
restorers the natural action of the bow
els without irritating these organs lik
pills or ordinary cathartics. Docs no
nauseate or gripe and is mild and plea:
ant to take, Remember the nam
On INO and rel use substitutes.
Tho Newton Pills.
Those great blood and live
regulators sire known ove
Marlboro. For the eonveniene
of his customers he has left
few boxes at thia office wher
they can get them.
%3>r Jackson Springs Heit
opened tor the reception of vb
itors on May ??th. No place i
North Carolina lias more indue
men ts to ofter you-if are intel
ding to go away for health an
comfort. Write Robt Irwin ft
rates stating what you want.
Every Family Woods Ono.
ff you would ho independent
lazy help get one of those Cloth:
Washers now advertised in tl
Democrat. Saves your clothes ni
saves you money.
Write McColl Hdwh Co. McCt
and get prices. CH
tow? km ??tntivr ?t?wa.
- ?ew muon ni-xl Wednesday
and eclipso of tho sun.
- Tho cotton pickers have
had sovoral fine days this wook.
- Rev. Rufus Ford Ima moved
to thu uew parsonage, corner of
Darlington and Jennings Street.
- Some people are so busy
looking after other people's busi
ness that they forgot their own.
Tho boys have only ono moro
week to enjoy tho 0 o'clock clos
ing-after that it will bo get oft'
wlieu you can.
- When Mary talks the world
listens, and sho says Patrick &
Co., keeps a nico lino of table
t38T* Buy goods at the London
Stock Manipulator's Sale at
Mitties Store, which takes placo
Saturday Aug 20th and you
gaiu-wait and you lose.
- If those who have had poor
luck with their gardens will
plant some snap beans, spinach,
lettuce and sugar corn now they
can get returns boforo winter
- Don'tmiss the place. Largo
blue lettered banner in front
Mittle* s Store during sale which
begins Aug 20.
-Mr. H. H. Hubbard has
turkeys to sell, address him at
Gibson. R. P. D., No 2.
Fairy soap at W. M. Rowe.
- Mr. D. D. McDuflie wants to
rent or lease a farm of any si/.o
from 8 to 10 horse
fcjgT" Look tor big circulars
announcing sale at Mittle's
Store. Remember store does not
open until 8.30 a. m. Saturday
-- Special attention is asked
to tho advertisement of Dr. H.
Smith, tho Eye Specialist in this
*?~Get a box of Huyler'e
Candy. For salo by.
Patrick & Co, Agents.
- Mason's Fruit jars at W. M.
- Call at S. J. Pearson's and
find out what is tho matter with
Lowney's Candy always fresh
at W. M. Rowe's
- Wiley's Candies always
fresh at Beunettsvllle Pharma
cy Marion street .
- Ijeavo your orders for Fruit
jars at tho Hardware store.
- Have you Myopia, call on
the Optician at S. J. Pearson's
and find out.
lt^~ Try a con of Sweet Potatoes -
they arc lino at
W. M. Rowe's
TC?iiEnr.N T?c?fahV " io H nd th afc
hut IJaoOi , v.vuv? ni--J nu '. IV?il If
Ut Ai - HOV c';
. S nice lol ol' Un . s w
< he? .... at % Powers.
- See my stock ol' Tobacco -
cheap by the box. E. Powers
Mt?T Call and ace our new lint's of
Cofleo and Tea. Prices from 12Jo tri
$1 per pound. \V. M. ROWE,
Evaporated Cream - now and
nice, at W. M. Rowe's
SHINGLES AND WOOD
Yellow Piue Shingles.
Best Cypress Shingles. Two
Koot Wood, Four Foot Wood
and stove Wood.
For sale by
P. C Emanuel.
A Grim Tragedy.
s daily enacted, in thousands of homes,
as Death claims, m each one, another
victim ot Consumption or Pneumonia,
Hut when (Joughs and Colds are pron j
erly treated, the tragedy is averted, i<\
G. Huntley, of Oaklandon, Ind , writes:
' My wile had the consumption, and
three doctors gave hei up. Finally she
took Dr. King's New Discovery tor
Consumption, Coughs and ('olds, which
cured her, and to day she is we'd and
strong." lt kills the germe ol all dis?
easeses One dose relieves Guaranteed
at 50c and $i oo hy J. T, Douglas drug
gist. Trial hottle tree.
Greatly In Demand.
Nothing is more in demand than a
medicine which meets modern require
ments for a blood aud system cleaner,
such as Dr. Kings New Life Pills, They
are just what you need to cure stomach
and liver troubles. Try them. At J T.
Douglas's drug store, guaranteed,
VSf" We carry a full lino of Fancy
ami Heavy Groceries, and will make
the prices right. ?See mo bel'?ne you
buy W. M. KOW H.
E ARE IN IT I
Heavy and Fancy Groceries and
a full line of Canned Goods,
Pickles, Sauces and Dainties,
Candies, Cakes and Fruits.
Tobacco and Cigars
A nice line of Gloves, Hosiery,
Heavy Underwear foy mon and
women, und many Novelties
Needfuls in the notion line
A full line of Crockery, good
enough for any home. In Tin
ware we have anything from
a cup to a milk bucket
AIHO, a nice line of Pants and
8torin Coats that we olVer al
We invite special attention tt
our stock of Guns and Am mu
ii it ion of Stevens make.
VT 0 have too a few
baskets, to go as bargains,
Cull au? seo us
Marlon 8t. Bennetts?!!!*, S, C
. \J Mit \ ?J I ?V
Services at Fleshy te ria ? Ohuroh
-Sunday ll a. tu. and 8:30 p m. Bub?
jeot for morning "What ?B faith."
AU aro welcome.
Tho hour for o vening Horvioos nt tho
churches ts now 8.au o'olook.
Prayor mooting at the Baptist ohuroh
every Thcrnday ?ventai? nf) 3 oo.
Prayor meeting nt the Methodlet ohuroh
ovory Woduoaday at S.oo p, ta,
Prayer meeting at Presbyterian ohuroh
Thursday ovontng at Soo,
The hour for Suuday Buhool at tho
Mothod?it ohuroh has boon obangod to
io o'olook iu tho morulug.
The Epworth Looguo Prayer tnootiug
u hold ovory Wednesday ovoning in tho
Sunday eohool room of tho Mothodiat
ohuroh at 8 o'olook. Tho publie invited.
Card of Thanks.
BDITOR MARLBORO DEMOCRAT :
Please allow tno spuco to return
my heartfelt thanks to tho good
ladies and friends in Bonnottsville j
for the kind assistance rendered
and tho ministrations of love and
sympathy so tenderly given dur
ing tho illnoss and death of my
WIM. For which the family feel
Thomas M. Webster.
August 23, 1905.
-The manager of the London j
Stock Manipulators Benj Rob
inson of New York is now at1
Mittle's Store rearranging stock
for tho sale which begins Sat
urday at 8-80 a. m.
Have your eyes correctly
titted with a lirst class pair of
EYE GLASSES ? We have them
and are fitted up for doing ac
curate optical work. We guar
antee to tit your eyes perfectly
or refund your money.
S. J, PEARSON,
Aug io Amt Jeweler.
Jftoy" Everybody knows Iluy
Icr's Candy. J - It, Patrick & Co.,
llorsfords, Royal and Good
litiuk Baking Powder at
W. Al. Rowe.
Sickening Shivering Fits.
ol Ague and Malaria, can be reliever
and cered with Elect I ic hitters. This i
a pure, tonic medicine,' ol especial bene
flt in malaria, for it exerts a tine eurah vi
influence On Ute disease, driving il en
tirely out ol the system. It is much to bi
preferred to Quinine, having non?; o
this drug's bau alter-clTftcts. K. S. Men
day, ol Henrietta, Tex., writes: "M)
brother was very low with malaria
lever and jaundice, till he look Electric
Hitlers, which saved his life. At J. T
Douglas' drug store; price 50c, guaran
Knolled Hov Ifwwfy
N.-w Vori:, nt one ti :w. ind ?vet- bv,ji
polled with MU?1 ttoi'hlo. See v/n
'1 had ; \it |!? ut ni' '.. '...??a for ye
tine ..._^. ......... ?uni sui
25e at J. T. Douglas drug store.
The Russel Wagons.
Mr. P. A. Hodges is opening a cai
of* these durable wagons-ono and
two-horse, every one of them guaran
teed against any defect in material
Fine Pasture For Stock.
Mr. Ii. 1). Ivey of Clio, has n
fine pasturo ol'100 acres, that will
bc good untill frost, Ho will pas
ture stoelt for 700 per month per
hoad. There is no better pasture
in thc country.
Makes Kidneys and Uladder Right
Prepared fur the Work
Mr. S. J. IV a I son, ll e J. woler, hui
now one of the latest itu j. rove ni nh
for engraving your naine or initiait
on any article ol* gold or silver Ol
l>lute in thc most up-tu tla'c manner,
rho samples of work already done by
bim are just line, fall and see him.
They Gitanuitoe A Fit
ll you will give tho matter ol
purchasing a nice tailor-made
suit careful consideration, mature
deliberation and earnest cogita
tion, you will give STRAUSS & Co.,
the onlor which they guarantee
without, hesitation to hill to your
edification, your sweetheart's ela
tion, your friends admiration.
FOR SALE AT A BIG EARGAIiN,
NE Upright Piano, used (1 months,
good as new. One Square Pistil
(a good one of ils kimi) will l e sohl si
a BACriflCo We need the room. Cul
at once. STRAUSS & Co.
- - ? * ... _
It ('member Vour Head.
We invite special attention to tin
advertisement of thu Bennollsvill
Marble Works in this paper. Call ant
yoe sampled, or write them.
Flowers 1 Flowers I
Mrs. JnoS. Moore lias a lin
lot of Geraniums, Begonia
Ferns, Palms and other plants
well rooted, that she desires t
?.,,11 O,,)?.'..-'. .1.-,
Sell Uutyiilga ?00 pet tiu/.cu,
- ? ? ?.- -
Horses Do (let Sick.
When a horses and mules are po
it is not always and indication that th
do not gel enough to eat. Many ai
mais, just like human beings, have i
digestion or the system is all ron dot
and a tonie is needed, lt is not the
mount ol lood eaten that makes mus
and lat. More depends upon the pri
er digestion or assimilation ol the lc
than is commonly supposed. Nothi
has yet been discovered that will bi
up a horse or mule better than A
,...> i. ' .1:.: - ilia
(.lilli \.UI>.IIUUII I OWilCfS, in?. \J
remedy in its class sold under a gu <
antee. Ask Mr. Smith Newton, D
nettsville, tor it-the kind put up in <l
cs, And McOoN Drug Co., McColl
B cannot state positiuely at this
time just when Our Millinery Sea
son will close, But it won t be
orv long, And from this day un
I I the season closes, we propose
to give the people the choice of
ab Prices Never Be?ore Oi'fered in
Iiis part o? the Stale. We would
cge you to place YOUR ORDER AT
ONCE. WK GUARANTEE THE BUST
?BRVIUE EV EH GIVEN MILLINERY
thing in our Millinery Stock to go at
a great reduction.
SKIRTS AT COST!
Ol ii ISnliro lino of T A I LO li M A?) V) S K ? RTS AT
nd below Manufacturer's COST. No Back
iuml>eiH or old stock in l?jese uoods. lOvory
1 arment guaranteed.
ro/yy^s' TH UL Y,
C. M. WEATHERLY,
O?,D lt ll I* I.A. ttl* Fi
i li; im l u un n nu UiH lilli
KOW PREPARED lu glvo perfect ?n?Hfaolion in th? H IO YO LE
Wc lwivo New Wheels to Sell, Now Wheels to Rent
?op thc BEST TIRES THAT CAN BE EOUND. CONES and
to fit, liny Whnul. Wo also Brazo, Solder, and Wold.
LL IN YOUR BROKEN WHEEL and lmvo it Mudo Over Now
U wait. Yon will lind ns at tho HUMO old Stand.
C. C. HUBBARD,
Wc also Have
)U needn't get under
the water to keep cool.
suit ls all the "cooler"
you need for the dog
your measure from the
ish and tropical novel
lit with skeleton lining. ^rtVf& HOUSE
their shape and keep
... . , 10W CUTS
nd thc prices are just ^m
i keep one'? head above
jyidjkUtiaifti you up*
i are now in the Store Room Between Isaacsolin?
. and Miltie's Store,
-%j\r xx ix xii
? aro prepared (0 servo our Customers with
Everything in a well Kept Drug Store.
ont for WILEYS* CANDY.
r(i solicit your patronage.
?SIMNINJJ 11V i Jj ur; rilAl\lYLAv? 1,
? , ?. MATTHEWS, Mar,
OKVICU Up Btairs (n Crosland Building,
li?JNNi?T'r'UVIi<IilU, ?. O.
I!. II. NKWTON. JK.NNING8 K. OWKNH.
NEWTON & OWENS,
Attorneys at Law,
BENNKTTSVILLB, So. CA.
Offices Over Planters National Bank.
. Attornoy at Law,
BonnottsvUle, S. O.
Ornoo on Darlington streot near Pesta
Tolograpb office. January, 1809.
Attorney al Law and
OOloo in Oourt House.
JG. C. MORRISON,
?leotrioian . - Machinist,
KENNETTS VIL-LE, 8. 0.
1?. O. MOX 98. PHONE 111.
Contractor for Elootrical work anddealoi
in lOlcotricul supplies. Hot Air Pump*
ing Engines aud Gas Engrnoa installed.
PipO'ihttiQg and genoral machino work.
August 20, 1U03.
Specials at Moore's.
Canned Tripe 20c each or 2 for
Heinzs Pickle-frosh and good.
Frosh jolly-assorted-only 10.
Armour's Sausage in tomato
sance only 10 cents.
Heinze's White Wino Vinegai
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MuioBlTrind ciuiekoat Curo for all
TJ?ILOAT nnd IJUNG TltOTJB.
or MONEY HACK.
Anyono KOIKIIIII? n sketch niul ?loser iiitlon may
quickly itsetirtulii our opinion frou wliulliur HU
Iuvenil.el is |>u,bul,ly | e. I c ii I , 11.1 e. ( '.iii. ', ? >,
Ilule ilihliyeiilillilelltl.il. IIANOQOOK Oil I'll!0UU
BlMlt lice. tllitOHt in ency I >l" BOCUrlllg piltOlltS.
I'MtciltH ts'.'en (Ins,nell Munn Si Co. rouoWtl
ie... iiii ie-;ur, Without fclmrKD, in tho
A handa?mol* Illustrated workiy. Ludest cir
dilution ?if tiny K?:IOIIIMic J.il. Tornin, $3 a
(our mont Im, fl. Sold by nil iiuwmlnnluri.
; & Co.36,?'o?dw^ New York
Brauch omeo. <W6 K Ht,. Wasbina?un. D. C.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE
SEABOARD Air Line RAILWAY.
Tho Seaboard Air Lino Hy sehet
ule waa changed on January lOtl
Tr i. i nsloavo Oheraw, 8. C., ss fol lo Wi
Northbound No 66 at 8;Q? a. n
No ,60 at 0:21 p. n
Southbound No <r)7 nt 8:00 a. n
" No 27 at 10:40 p. n
Tho Bonnottsvillo and Oheraw I
It , leaving Bonnettsvilio at 7.0f> i
m., connect with No (i(> and No 57.
Tho afternoon tinin leaving Bei
lionsville nt 7 p. rn. gives Bonnctt
ville people nu opportunity to tali
hains No 60 and No 27.
FOR SALE!! ~
A Bicycle for a lady or Geni
color Black or Bluo with 28 i
wheels and rubber tiros.
S. J. Pearson.
Bennaitsville t Cheraw ftailt?all
i?? EFFECT Ar-RW- 6, 1905.
WM BOUND FROM UKNNKTTSVILL?
- ~" TRVI? TRAIN
7 05 B in
7 lft a m
7 20 a in
7 30 a ui
7 35 a m
7 40 a ui
7 45 a tu
7 00 f> ru
7 15 p 111
7 20 p m
7 35 p ni
7 40 p ui
7 45 p m
7 55 p m
Arrive Ohorciw..8.19 .1>...m
KA8T BOUND FROM CHER AW.
Lv Kol look
8 10 a ni'
8 20 a m
8 30 a m
8 40 a ni
8 50 a m
9 00 o tn
0 15 a m
9 15 p in
9 40 p ni
0 43 p ui
9 47 p ui
9 52 p ui
10 00 p in
10 05 p in
10 20 p m
AT BENNBTTBUH.M?-Tho Routh bound
morning troins on A. O. L. oonnoota with
?rain No t, Train No 2 oonneota with A.
O. L local freight north and south bound.
AT KoiiLOOK-Train NOB I and 2 con
nect with north and Bouth bound S. A. L.
AT Citan?W-Train No 3 connoot? willi
north and south bound 8 A. L trnluw,
ind train No 4 connecta with north bound
I. A. L trahiH
Ar J. MATHESON,
V. P. and Gen. Man.
El DELIT Y AND COURT.
CONTRACT and FIDELITY BONDS.
Thoro oro no better com panics than
these, roprcscotcd by
JNO. S. MOGUE.
Nov 15, 1804,
IF BIIOIU?N HEARTS
?onld bu mended ns neatly, quickly and
lioroughly as wo can repair your Jowclry,
boro would bo no sorrow in tho world.
So matter whither iL bo a watch, a ring,
1 necklace or n
lear from association needs repairing,
iring it to us, and it will bo mended HO
you cannot toll it from uow. Our specialty
a Watch repairing. Bring it hero and have
it douo honestly, cxportly and cheaply.
S. .1. PEARSON,
Oiiv; doo, North' P. O.
j! V t G -v; OF
iLiL* Ui KJ IllUIUtmillJlUU
DB. JP. ROOK.
18 for only fit) cents home de
livery-10 els extra for packing
aild delivering to Express oilice.
MoCOLL, S. C.
march 8. R. P. I). 2.
WE STILL FEE])
WilKN in town and you want a good
meal, roraeinber wo eau Bcrvo you.
A good meal for 250. Restaurant
north of tho Market.
FRESH OYSTERS in ovcry style.
D. J. BllAYBOY
While handling a gun that wad out of
rder is usually the story. Now, in
rdor to prevent accidental killing;
iud to bo euro and kill when you
Aunt to, I have employed an expert
Gunsmith from Charleston, S. C., who
hus my gun repairing department in
eharge, Wo aro prepared to do any
kind of line gun repairing in factoiy
order. Give us a trial anti you will
be convinced that wc aro propared to
gi\e you satisfaction in price, work-,
nianship and promptness
S, J, PKAKSON,
The J owler.
Imo now boltor prepared than ever 10
please even thc most fast id cous lu
TONSORIAL Wonk, 1 guarantee salis*
faction in Shaves, Hair cuts, Shampoos
and Mawsrigi8. I have a now EloctrtO
Rattery for mnsflngfis, and eau treat tho
facea of Gentlemen and Ladies in tho
mont up to-dato manner.
I solicit your patronage
J. A. GRACE.
Marion street BonnottBVillo, S, O.
Here's Your Chance.
(HAVE Hovoral Ano Buff Plymouth Roo*
Oockorols that I will noll on tho yard
for Ono Dollar caoh, I am aldo ready lo
tiiko-OrdorH for '.Buff Rook EJW ar. A ?
per setting of 13, on tho yard.
H. A. COVINGTON,
Pob. 9, 'os. OibHon, lt. F.I) 2.
- You cnn always get what
you want in Fruits, Vegetables,
and Etc., itt W. M. Rowe's
Ready lor Your Orders.
Tho Clio Novelty M'l'g Works will
pet up your Rill for Flooring, Ceiling,
Germane Siding it Weatherboarding,
p.? irell r.s your HOUPO trimiiiings
Door, Sash, Blinds, drills and Man
tle?, promptly and cheaply. ,S( 0 them
for anything in tho building lino they
will save you money.