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?. -i. BHOWN Editor]
Friday September 8, 1906.
' 8u?>sr.rJptlon Prien
PEN AND S CIS S OR GR A PBS
Twolvo colored mon voted in
the Newberry dispensary oleotiou,
and they voted against it.
Tho farinera of Chesterfield
have sworn that thoy will not pay
moro than 40 cts por hundrod for]
Tho 1 ig planing mill of the
Atlantic Coast humber company
was burned at Georgotown Fri
FARMERS RALLY MEETINGS!
On Tuesday next thoro will bo,
a big gathering of tho farmers
and business mon of Marlboro
county at Kenuettsvillo to boar
addresses from Ilarvio Jordan,
Hon. E. D. Smith, F. II. Hyatt
aud othors on questions of vital
interost to ono ?nd all. Every
body in invited and oxpoctod to
como. The mooting will opon ntl
A 1UC1I THE AT.
Tho Old Maids Association iel
to hold its regular mooting on
Sept, 15, 1905, in tho Murchison
School Auditorium. Each ono of
tho mo robers, ua full-blown flower
still drooping from tho parental
stem on which sho grow," invites
hor kind friends of Bennettsville
to come to a public meeting of
this club and to loam for what a
noble end it was organizes and to
eeo how it "baa grown in strength
and beauty." Each ono of them,
realizing keenly that "womau's
chief aad only end is to adorn a
home," will try to show to their
friends in this meetiug ou Sept,
16, "how to achieve this end, how
to mako known to lonely and bash
ful bachelor hearts, that she ie
waiting to bo plucked."
A special invitation is given to
all the old maids, bachelors and
widowers of Bennettsville, tran
sient or resident. Each old maid
visiting tho club is requested to
bring fifty cents to help defray
tho expenditure of energy on the
part of tho old maids of the club
in showing how to make "zo hus:
bands Hock around liko zo geese
Each bachelor and widower, al
so, is charged only fifty cents by
the mcmbors of tho club for their
untiring "Laborin' with him over
_ w.i.i^o, J. resident
Miss Joanie Crosland.
Rebecca Retrace*, Sec and Tres,
Miss Bessio Rogars.
Minty cloyerpot Miss Nancy
Mariana Moll ?ssa Flack, Miss
Desire A. Man, Miss Ethel
Heps i bah Odelia Olds, Miss
Sorona Husbeen, Miss Elizabeth
May Haver man, Miss Lucia
Petunia Pickles, Mies Annie
Charity Hopesgood, Miss Jen
nie Boll MoRae.
Kuchel Ketoham, Miss Mayde
Bolinda Bliss, Miss lia Easter
Or. Prof. Mnkorneux, Mr. Jae.
Given for the bonefit o? thc
HOWS THIS ?
Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Re?
ward ior any case ol catarrh that can
not be cured by Mall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. OHENEY & Co , Toledo, o.
We, thc undersigned, have known F
J. Cheney lor the last if? years, and be
licvc him perfectly honorable in all bus
iness transactions and financially abb
to carry out any obligations made by
WAIJHNC, KINNAN & MARVIN.
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
acting derectly upon the blood and mu
cons surfaces ot the system. Test i mo
niais sent lice, Price 7'> cents per butti?.
Sold hy ail Druggists,
Ml'JN PAST SIXTY IN DANOER,
More than half of mankind over sixty
years of age suffer from kindey and
bladder disorders, usually enlargement
ol prostate gland. This is boto painful
and dangerous, and Foley's Kidney
Cure should 1)0 taken at the first sign ol
danger, as il corrects irregularities and
has Cured many old men ol this disease
Mr. Rodney Hornett, Hock Fort, Mo.,
writes; "I suffered with enlarged pros
tate ("land and kidney trouble lor years
and alter taking two bottles vi Foley's
Kidney Cure I le/d better than I have
tor twenty years, although I am now 91
years old." I ?'or Sale by Henncttsvillc
WANTED "A I O' 5 Horno FARM.
'.Viii lake Oh Shari .; or lieut, and will rent
Stock and feed. Add renn "G."
Cure of ''Domoorat,'' Bcnnettavillo,
Oil. Finn's Tent in.ony IntorofltinK.
Dr. Thomas Finn, ol Hoonshoro, Mo.,
who has practiced medicine lor 32 years,
says lie has used every persenption
known lo the profession lor treatment
of kidney and bladder disease, and says
he has never found anything so effec
tive in both chronic and acute kidney
and bladder trouble as Foley's Kidney
Curr. It stops irregularities and builds
jp (be whole system.
mVh? TO ENQUIKIE8.
Card ot Thanks.
Editor Democrat-Ae 1 ?nive lizard
so many inquirios as to how und whoro
iny son diod, you will obiico uio to pub*
Hali tho enclosed lottor from tho Moroy
Hospital Pro800lt. Arizona. In this coo -
neut ion, I ask hu (her space to record my
heartfelt thanks for thc very kind expres
sion of sympathy from frionds and rola?
tivot?, in 6ud beyoud tho limits of our
county, in my sad bereavement. To lose
suoh a son at homo would bo trying in thu
extremo, but oh, Itow poignant thu blow,
whoo it comes amongst .strangers, so lar
away ? It ia very gratifying, under such
painful circumstances, to bo aosurod that
in his last moments ho received tho ten
derest care and most affeotioaato minis?
Lon had an indomitable will that could
not tamely Mimbit to defeat in any under
taking, and henee tho desperate struggle
for four years for tho restoration of his
health. This fact is apparent, when wo
reflect that though in feeble health ho
visitod in that titno Phoenix, Flagstaff,
San Diego, Cu),, Imperial, Descanso,
fuma. Globe, Pfioenix nguiu and tautly
Prescott, whoro his wnariod body could
uo longer continuo thu unequal contest,
ind from whence his pure soul winged itt*
Hight for realms of eternal felicity, for lie
wrote mc ho was ready to go aud not to
?riove for him. Who could obey such
I fool undor deop obligation to our very
efficient undertaker, Air. ll. T. Barfield,
for tho commendable discharge of his
duty from tho time of my son's body's
arrival, nt night, and its deposit in tho
Presbyterian church, until it was put to
rest in tho beautiful vault lie had prepar
ed to rceeivo it, in that sacred depository
of tho dead, Evorgroon Cemetery.
It is duo Mr. Barfiold to stato that the
vault mado undor his direction for Lou's
mother 17 years ago is in BUCII admirable
preservation, that it scorns but tho work
of yesterday. ^ I feel frank in paying that
Mr. Barfield in his consecrated profession
is without a peor.
lt C. MclN.YIlK.
Beauty Spot, Sept* 5. 1905.
Prescott, Arizona, Aug. 10, 1005
Mr. lt, C. McIntyre.
Benucttsvillc, S. C.
Doar Sir-With regrot I havo to inform
you of tho serious illucss of your son Mr.
Bon M cinty ro. Ile carno to our hospital
very sick on Sunday July 30, and is now
failing rapidly. Io fact thc doctor says ho
may di op off at any m omen t.
Ho docs not know that 1 am now
writing to you, as it might worry him.
and wc havo to keep him as quiet as pos
siblo. He is a nice, good patient, and I
know you must miss him very much. I
am sorry ho is so far away from home,
but it will bo a consolation to you to know
that ho is getting every possible care. Ho
suffers much, but always with great pa
tience, I trust that Cod will givo you
grace to bear thc loss of your son with
resignation, and may you bc reunited to
him again in Heaven.
Very sincerely yours
Sister W. Stainslans
Please instruct us as to your wishes in
aase your son dies.
Tho old Mothodist Fu??alo col
lege property in Columbia has
boon sold to Mr, F. H. Hyatt for
A PLEASANT OUTING,
CHERRY GKOVR BKACU,
Horry County, S. C.
September 2, 1005.
M non noa Andrew and Monroe Hill loft
?orno for thia plaoe, Boforo leaving wo
cen red n wagon covor and tout.
On tho road through Brownsville, wo
ound crops good, CRpooially corn, pnBucd
hrongh Latta and camped tho firot night
lour Little Peo Doo rlyor. Tho next day
va paBHcd Nichols and Loria nnd oamped
,t a church by the name of Flag Plant in
lorry county. To our surprise wo found
orno fino land in llorry, and, with tho
crtilizor ar d cultivation that wo givo our
rope in Marlboro, it would not bo far bo
und in yiold.
Wednesday evening about 4 o'clock wo
rrived nt tho benah, not much tho worse
rom our trip. I suppose it is nour ninety
nilen from homo. Immediately wo piton?
d our tent nnd wont to tho flHhory, whero
ic Recured a Uno moan of froah mullets
01 Bupper. Thoy nro catching como fino
nen now. Thureday morning part of UH
.'ont 1.1 pi i nilling nnd soon had ? for break
aHt. Aftor breakfast wo started for tho
nlet, in search of oystors for dinner. Wo
Dund a plonty of thom, tho boys wadiug
1 and gathering thom. Wo noou bad
bout two hutihols and mado for camp
rbcro wo noon had n fino stew. I toll you
Ir. Editor you ought to huyo HOCH UH oat
ig them. Wo niuo killed n duck for din
er. Aftor a 3 o'clock dinner, we nil
o: t in bathing and did not got back to
?mp until night. Friday morning wo got
bout 20 sheep hoad nnd whiting for break
?et. Wo got thom junt na HOOU they woro
rought out of tho wntor. All thoy oOBt
ero tho picking thom np, you can get
sh and oysters nfl many ne you nood froo
iah nguiu for dinner. Aftor dinnor n
roll on tho bench in aonrch of sholls, n
YO lunns bath sud nguiu to cm np, and
uh for Hiippor. A IUCHB WO found when
u got to oamp, wo found that n "razor,
lok" had demolished u part of our camp,
it a few tin cup? and platen, nil of our
rup that WO had been Having to cat on
io way homo, some poppor nanoo, castor
I, koroBcno i've Saturday morning nguiu
i tho beach and moro fish for break fast,
ro nro going to start for homo thin o von
g feeling woll pleased with our trip.
Yours J. II. Thomas.
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Fresh ^ Arrivals,
VK havo just received a nice lot
of DIM V ING HORSES which
we will sell on short profits or
exchange i'or others*
on't fail to see our line pair of
display horses in our Buggy
Repository at the 01d?Grange
Store' which we have recently
bought and fitted np for our
BUGGY AND HARNESS
ivo US a (Jail find we Will do
OUR ?KST to do business with
yon in our line.
FULLER BROS .
Eennettsville, S. G.
jplember 1, 1005.
TRACT contain* 266 ao ?H, Bituatod in
Cumberland county, N. 0., 4 IUIICB woBt of i
Fayetteville, 100 noroa In high Btnto of
oaltlvutiou, with dwelling and tonaut
houBou * thereon : 250 noros nf Haid tract ,
could bo put lu cultivaiibio couditlon with j
out any ditching. No boltor location could J,
bo found in tho btnto, in point of hculth '
aud Bocial foatoro . No wt Un or Bpriugs
dry up and water good all tho year round ; I (
withiu easy roaoh of four ohurohrs; land j
good upland nod will grow cotton, oom; ,
tobacco'nnd oil kinda of tru'.k. Land od
ioining thia could hardly be purohasod at ,
any prico. Kennon for wanting to Boll, no
ouo to look after tho placo proporly. Tho
titles perfootly oloar, mid baa, boon owned
by BOIUO party now owning it for about 40
yearn. No Hons or mortgages whatovor on
this proporty. Thia proporty. has novor
boen for Balo boforo, ninon it oatno into tho
bands ot tho proscnt owner, mid thoso in
terested in buying a good form, ohoap, la
a doairoblo location, would do well to cor
riBpond with O. A. WARD, Dotlmn, Ala.,
who will furnell full particulars.
September t, 1905.
N0TI0E OF APPLICATION
To Havo Judgo of Probato required to not
os Gaurdiua for Georgia Whitaker, Her
tha Whltnkor and Lillian Whitakor, Ml
STATK OK SOUTH CAUOMNA, t
COUNTY OK MARLBORO. \
IN COURT OF COMMON PLKAS.
Ex Parto, Ohessio E. Whitaker,
In Ito Estato of Qoorgin Whitaker, Bor
thn Whitakor and Lillian Whitaker.
To Whom it May Coueorn :
Nottco ?B hornby given, that petition
Will bo Uiado to tho Honorable II O. Watts,
Judgo of tho Fourth Judicial Circuit at bin
Charabora, in Chornw, S. 0 , on tho 16th
day of Soptombor, A D. 1905, at io o'clock
a ra., or ns soon thereafter aa counsel can
bo hoard, for tho purpoao of having tho
Judgo of Probato for Marlboro county np
pointed to act us Gonornl Guardian, of thc
catato of Georgia Whitaker, Port hu Whita
ker nml Lillian Whitnkor, Minors, which in
situate within tho jurisdiction of tho court
and which consists of Eight II und rod, Six
ty-Six and 98-100 Oollars in money, thc
samo hoing now in tho hands of Jas. T,
Whitakor, Admr. Notico is furthor given,
that no lit, compotonb and responsible per
son lias or oan bo found who is willing tn
anim m o such guardianship.
ROGERS & L KO RAN I),
Attorneys for Potitionors
August 31, 1905.
ts&/Txf friends ul) tho
Patrick & Co, Agents.
DOON Your Kool" Lottie Y
lin Your Hoof Itusty ?
Preserve Your Shingles and Pro
tect Your Roofs by Using
W. JAY Mc]>ONAI,l>'S
Ps?oi i Fl!
i-uiuorsed throughout tho Unitod States by
-D_ .... "
thoso who havo used lt for 15 years. | v
Evory gallon sold guaranteed.
Wo cither contract your work or sell you
tho Paint and Cement.
)ut Paint nnd Loak Curo Content, when
proporly applied, will mako a Roof abso
lutely Wntor Tight and Rust Proof.
Squally good for Tin, Metal, Shingles, or
Corrugated Iron, Pelt and Gravel Roofs,
dinting Roofs of Public Buildings
3ivic us Youu PATUONAOK All Work
?HtP Special Prices by tho Barrel.
Jail On J. T. Douglas, Bonnottsvillo
McDonald Roof Paint Co., Sumtcr.S.C.
Sept. i, 1905.
?ruing to Movo.
After the 6th of September, my
ewelry nnd watch repairing, and my
ptical and musical goods will be
loved to my new atoro in Matheson
Mock, opposite J. T. Douala's Drug
tore. My bicycle and gun repairing
'ill remain at my present stand until
S. J. Pearson.
TATE Ol? SOUTH CAROLINA
County ol' Marlboro -Court ol Com
F, L. CC URIE, Plaintiff,
roblo Parkor, James Parker, Thomas
Parker, William Parker, Judy Pat ker,
and Hortonso Patterson child nf Nancy
Parker, heirs at law of John Parker, de
vpn Summons, For Relief, Complaint
0 TICK DKKKNDANTSJ Archie Puikor,
James Parker, Thomas Parker, William
Parker, Judy Parker, and Hortense Pat
torson, child of Nancy Parker, heirs nt
law of John Parkor, decenscd :
You ure hereby Summoned and rcrjuir
1 to answer thc complaint in this notion
hieb IA lilcd in tlicollicc of tho Clerk ol
ic Court of Common Picas in and Coi
io County and State aforesaid, anti lo
.rve a copy ol your answer to the said
ornplaint on thc subscriber* at their ol'
m in BBNNKrrSVII.I.K, S. O,, within
vculy days alter the service hoi coi", ex
usive of thc day of such service ; anti
' you fail to answer the complaint with
i the limo aforesaid, tho plaintiff in
?i;? adieu wi!! apply lo tho Court for
ie relief lomandod in tho oompluinl
Datod May loth, A, I)., 1005.
|SKAI?, I J. A. DRAKE, Clerk.
TOWNSEND ?v, HAMER,
) Arcillo Parkor, James Parker, Thomas
Parker, William Parker, Judy Parker and
llortonao Patterson, heirs nt law of Joh i
Parkor, deceased :
Pienso tako notice that tho Summons
al Complaint in this action, was filed
\ tho 24th day of May. \. |),. (005 iii
fice ol thc Clerk of thc Court ol' Corni
on Pleas at ?ennettsvillo, in tho conn
ol Marlboro in the State of South
TOWNSEND & HAMER,
Bcnnettsvillc, S. C.
Soptombor I, 1905.
YALUABLK ?.ANDS"' 3
i'tm BILIS. _
I havo at pn??ont 2Y60 ros of
line landa tor ? ' . uti ? ! I 1 I : /
TltACT No. 1 - I ; - u aeon, l'i mites N
Batt of Huxley, nv av M tiwi ar ; 75
noroB in cultivation aod weil Improved
lico or i soo scroa . la ?< ?oto
i ult i vu t fon ensily. Mo tty oy ?oil
with oUy subsoil. I 011 tho
lillico, nt willoh goo?' II ?Uti !*i ol ?'?ad and
uthor fitili aro oaugb . otft?j lt '?id?neo
two miloo from rlvt .. U - y ...?.otion
^ood freo slono wa 1 ' l< il ' go for
hoya and cows-nun ni . il lil noarly
nil tho your round Litton good Prico
$7,000--($5,000 oar bulaloo i- ! ,'oarH.
TUA CT No. 2 - G' cre?) y udliM south
wont of Huxley. ic ? i .1! ixtion.
Taroo Bottloniontn; 1 ul ft< 1 ?loui valor.
A 12 horHO farm oaii 1 ' )' bo . <> od Ia
ono body, Novor fi '. bru lOh >il va
rying from gray loan lo gi with
yellow eluy subsoil ; loo lt ?< ll oliool
?od ohuroh faoiltioi rond
bordering placo for . mt . mil< Good
community. Titles 1 ! ^;,ooo;
Torino may bo rondo ... ? . 1 . for ?
Tn ACT No. 4-340 m Co,
8 milos BOUth of llo/.o now
county of Jeff Davis ? 1 st a? I
county ?ito ; ?inprove lorao
farm opon, halauoo w ' 1 '? i'nw
timber having never I tm &
cow range; novor failli v 1 ? diing
lakoR on tho crook; gi 1 limn good
water and good soil. di ; tah.
Timbor ia Raid to bo worth mo half
tho prico nuked for tl
Options on HI ve ral I acts,
vary ?og from loo t?: 1 noon
from 6 to $10 per HOI non
tin . huprut omento, ' MO
llitin. Lauds wi'l ni > hero
again. 63,000 acres 1 il tbi
II. O. .MEW
li Vs.,l'.V, 'J v.
FOR g j
ATRACT OL' LAND inlf
East of ('lio, coi /en
(67^) and one-half acre ion
and tho balanoo can bc ? .
Gcod dwelling houao, IO?
and other necessary on loo
$60 per acre, giving tl. ny
higher bids. For fnlle or
wrlto T. D.
August 23, 1905.
TH 10 regular fall
the Oottrt House ut
linday Sept l?, 1
promptly at ?) 30, a.
ut -I p. m.
There will not be a
lion lor this pu rpo
Aug 21, 15)00.
Weir In order tc
we will sell two S
it Saorifioe, come
Jounly, within easy io
Join t house. liefere i
less man in Bennetts 38
nc, Heunettsvillo, S. (
D. D Dm
Aug 7th. 1905.
Attention Ginne: *e
tow prepared to in n
louses and seed co tr
pecial rate before
CltO Sf J AN I)
MARION DISTRICT Af
E. P. TA Y no it
iennottBvillo ot, Pino (1
lio und beulah, Denial to
irownnvlllo, Muming Chi 6
orth Marlboro, Shiloh, ,3
rightavillo, Boykln 4 .j
lenheim ot, ParnuhSUH,
I0C0II Mission, bonnells
ach, Torpid Liv?
Pleasant to ti
Tho Dom ocra t a i
'titilvly Atlanta Joi ,ir
Tho Democrat s
lagn/anc-an oxc< s
look for $1.60
The Sunny South :
pat for only $1.50
Tho Atlanta Con
)t)tnocra( t>nt! year fe
- You will not tlr
ftho fire boll if yo
u raneo policy tn
oods, store or resit!
HW Don't forgot Ihn
irge Refrigerator in \
nitor, Cheese, Lard, .
orishablo goods fresh a
ie summer months.
. ??? .
- That tho best is
st in tho long run
lid of buggies and
ill linil both af I\ I
- Until furl her
Ofioo of Snporintondt
ilion will IM> open
al unlays and first e
- Smoked should
IO Dowers Grocer
$5?/" Head every j
Yes, read every
For by this gauj
It may pay for ti
10 WHOM 1-Aili
Lpril 7 So. }le]] Toi. v.'o.,
M 10 Coward,
VV ll Adams,
J B Green, sherill,
J Ul Thomas, treasurer 108
A P Hilliard. 109
W Li Stanton, supt ed. 170
John ? Hayes, : 171
Strauss ?fe Co. 172
J A Drako, * 173
J T Douglas, ?< 174
W ll Pegues. 175
M E Brigman, 170
D F Atkins, 177
W L Kinney. . 178
Bank ot M ar. h .ro, 179
Walker Evan* & Co. 180
Dr. A. 8. Townsend, 181
Ira M Bounds, 192
? D Easter!ing, 183
Dr. J E Kinney, 181
Excelsior Hdw Co., 180
J E Townsend, 188
Dr. W. J Crosland, 190
A M Eietohor, 191
Dr. J. L Sordau, 192
Oeorge N McCall, 193
W (J Smith, 195
Levi I voy, 1.90
J II Bennett, 187
Marlboro Wh Grocery 198
C I Sherrill, auditor, 201
E P Tulum, 205
Bank ot' Marlboro, 200
B. & C. Ry Co., 207
J II Thomas, tronsurer, 208
Apl 21 Dr. A. S. Townsed, 209
J M Huusuoker, .. 210
S J Hubbard, 212
WU iain Evans, 213
J I Rogers, 214
J 10 Hunter, 215
10 D Townsend, 210
P A MeKellar, 217
W W Irby, 218
Edwin Weatherly, 219
?1 J Ingram, 220
Champion Machine Co 222
C A Brown, 224
C M Weatherly, 225
A J llaies, 220
May 5 ll S (Jrant, 227
D K Stanton, 228
P B Moore, 229
W W Pegues, 230
11 D Townsend, 231
So. Boll Tel. Co., 238
J A W Moore, 231
J ll Thomas, 230
T L Crosland, 239
C M Parker, 2 10
Era uk Manning, Jr , 211
D D Parish, 242
Fred Cl Hollis, 24 1
C A Moore, 215
Hugh McCoMum 240
W li Drake, 247
7. 'I' Pearson, 218
?NI 10 Coward, 240
J A Stanton, 350
C JD Eustorliog, 251
W L Stauten, 202
Pee Deo Advocate, 262
C T Moore, 264
Walker Lvans & (Jo., 250
F P Tatum Sous & Co., 257
Kiri ian! Cain, blneksmith 258
J B Oreen, Sherill', 259
T Barfield, 200
Sheridan Mckinnon, 201
Beunott?ville Udw Co., 202
J T Douglas, Druggist 203
deport of Gounty SupervisoVlor 2d Quarter.1905.
WAKKA NTS DRAWN ON ORDINARY FUNI\ SECOND QUARTER 1905.
K)R WUAT 1 Alli "MOON':
Court limiso Phono Rent $ 2 00
supervisors salary 75 80
shooing county mules, 3 90
Board Equalization 8 00
cou voy ing luuaties 13 38
salary aud stain ps 25 75
dining 12 juors 0 00
salary and stamps 59 34
iiauper account 47 75
Mau kots for tho jail 2 20
salary as Clerk ot' ('JIU t 142 45
niorchandiso 3 95
pauper account 5 00
Board of Equalization 2 00
work at Jail 3 00
work on public road 17 40
borrowed money 2084 45
stationary bill 4111
lunacy account 5 00
repair work ll 00
magistral o salary * 20 83
physician and lunney 23 00
nurehundiso 1 00 08
hoard of equalization 4 00
lui.ney accouut 5 00
hay and leed for stock 117 28
lunacy account 5 00
coronor's salary 37 50
hoard of equalization 9 00
board of equalization 4 00
hoard of equalization 4 00
corn and teed for stock 103 05
auditor's salary 25 75
Two horse wagon 51 00
corn und oats 07 12
freight account 17 28
jury, wituoss and constable 542 00
testifying ns an cxpeit 5 00
board of equaliz ation 8 40
pauper account 2 00
board of equalization 4 00
board of equalization 12 40
board of equalization 4 00
board of equalization 9 00
merchandise accouut 20 90
magistrate's salary 4 10
bourel of equalization 5 00
Bhuckeiiug prisoners 3 00
blades 1er machine 10 00
pauper account 21" 00
merehaud?8e account 20 OD
constable services 37 50
board of equalization ll 00
hoard of equalization 2 00
hoard of equalization l l 00
board of equalization 0 00
merchandize account 0 3'
court house phone rent 2 00
board of equalization 4 00
salary ns treasurer and stamps 20 21
magistrate salary 20 83
hoard of equalization 4 00
board of equalization 4 00
board of equalization 8 80
merchandise account 13 77
Pauper claim 4 00
board of equalization 2 00
board of equalization 8 4U
board of equalization 0 00
Supervisor's salary, 78 00
Board of Equalization 2 00
magistrate's Hilary 20 83
salary and stamps . 69 23
pinning ueeount 23 85
paupor ueeount 3 00
Probate blanks 3<>
merchandise ueeount 10 88
repair work 3 00
conveying, &o.. 23 30
burial ol prisoner 0 50
shoeing county mules 3 (10
merehundisc ueeount 10 20
merchandise ueeount 1 15
. _i ,.?. ?",!., nv MU
B L Jones,
B D Towmeud.
V c Holds,
J T Medlin,
uno 2 Bank ol' Marlboro,
So. Bell Telephone Co.,
B & C Ry., Co.,
M 10 Coward,
W L Stanton,
F IO Rowf,
.I J Ingram,
W T Carver,
Walker lOvans & Co.,
J T Whitaker,
G 1 Sherrill,
une 10 So Bell Telephone Co ,
uno 2S Sarah Fair,
T J Jackson,
C P Pool,
A C Creen,
J <J Laue.
Goorgo N MoCall,
Dr. J A Hamer,
J F Townsend,
A C K By Co,,
une :io J ll Thomas,, treasurer,
Wo can give yon a special low
irill* rato on your gin houses
oed cotton. No uso to lose them
y lire when protection is cheap.
CROSLAND ?& TYSON
"Tho insurance) Mon.''
RESERVE YOUR EYESIGHT.
In order to help you do so. Mr. H.
. Pearsui, Jeweler and Optician,
as employed an export, who will as
st you in lilting glasses, nnd will
ipreciato a call. Only tho best mu
As now is Hu; season when
) much Tea is used, you can
ot afford to use anything but
, E. Blanks high grade Teas,
>r salo by
W. M. R?wo.
A full lino of II J. Heinzs Co.
?ciclos Preserves, Ketchups, Sau?
is, Jollies ?ko. at
W. M. Rowe's.
A Fearful Fute.
It i-, a fearful rate I" novo tv? onduro
a terrible torture of Piles. "1 eau truth
i i y ray," writes Henry Colson, of
asciville. la-, "that for Blind, Bleed
g, Itching and Protruding Piles? Buck?
i's Arnica Salve, is tho best cure
nie." Also best for cuts, burns ami
?mies. 25? at J. T, Douglas Druggist.
ii Ice a
heese on Ice all summer and
tarantee it to be the best on
nth. W. M. Rowe
J'.*..,/.,, uvu^uu, *- Mti
constable services 15 00
merchandise account 12 50
merchandise account 30 07
oleauiug up court houso 2 ou
ribbon lor Typewriter 9 00
Lunacy account 5 00
sewer pipe for county 200 55
Draft due ... 07 Cu
court hume phoue rent 2 00
height bill 17 10
salary us supervisor 75 85
salary as supt of education 59 28
eli ott io lights for Jail 42 50
uiuking BhaoklCH for convicts li 60
repairing Juil roof 9 50
account lor stationery 22 '?0
pauper duiui 12 00
sultuy as audi i m- 25 00
court house phono rent 2 Ol)
cleaning up tho douri house 10 50
putting down pump 3 00
wmk on publie road 3 50
Kl bushels of peas 10 25
board of equalization 7 00
salary us coroner 50 00
post mortem. &j. 10 Oo
work on publie road, 9 25
Freight ueeount 2 50
jury, witness and constable 472 25
Your Horse is valuable, why
not insure him J-gainst death
from any cause. Rates low.
CROSLAND & TYSON
"The Insurance Men.'
WU ION YOU ARE IN NEEL
MOJN UMEN TS,
Or anything in my line, don't
forget to call on mc, at my place of husi
ness near the Atlantic Coast Line and the
Soaboard Air Lino Passenger Depots,
or writo mo. Designs and Prices
furnished on application.
Phone No. 0.r>.
J. W. MclOLWElO.
January ii.'>, 1005.
tar Pipes and SinokorsSupplicsin
endless variety can be found at J. T.
Douglas' Drug Storo.
oon'tYou Lovo Flowers?
It so, and you want somo pretty
pots of all sizes in which to place
?hem, cali at tho Hardware store
and you eau he suited.
for chltdrmnt oaf?, muro, M* optatoo
aa* rant MA? ?a?
Cleanses the system
thoroughly and clears
sallow complexions of
xative Fruit Syrup p,T????'bl?t?he"'
mum v. SMTCMHUMB,
Pradical Pbarjuac??t and Deaicr in
g>nro jg)ru gs and Jettent Medicino*.
WE ?LSP C?RRY
?TAN DA It J) MEDICINES,
VOIIJET and Fancy Articles,
i TA TIONA H Y and SUPPLIES
PA I NTH, OILS,
BHUSHES of all kfndB,
VA KNISH ami STAINS,
LAMPS, SHADES, Etc.
FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
***** Prescriptions carefully compounded at ail hours
and guaranteed to be of i fee Purest Uruga and at
reasonable prices. -
A full line ??arden Seed & Onion Sets.
Thankful for punt patronage youru for a prosperous uow yonr.
J T, DOUBLAS,
Jaaouiy 1, 1905.
AT TBS OLD 8TAKD
WE HANDLE BAPGAIWS TOO.
NO USE TO WORRY, BUT COMM HIGHT ON TO
IP YOU WANT
Dry Groofs, Clothing, Shoes, Notions *
And Fancy Groceries.
tt?F Frcah Water Ground MEAL and HOMINY n specialty.
We Keep a foti line in oach Department anil will (ill your Wants in each
AT THE LOWEST PI?IOESh
WI.en you como to Town call and seo us. Phone orders in town delivered
FRWE, and satisfaction guaranteed,
Call and seo us-Near Douglas1 Drug Store.
IITTS?1LLI HARDWARE CO.,
FOR HARDWARE OP EVERY DESCRIPTION,
WE ARE NOW OPENING UP ONE OF THE LAR0j?S*T
und NICEST LINES OF
Buggies and Harness
EVER OFFERED ON THIS MARKET.
We also have a Large Stock of
SEE US BEFORE 1WYING IT WILL RAY YOU.
You will always find our Mr. Throop Crosland at
DUI* Repository, on north side of Public Sqiiaro, .who
will gladly show you our lines and M A K R CLOSEST PRICE *
July 20, 1905.
<Z>"ULX* 3Xre*^v" Hjiixx?
-TI IE DIR EOT W A Y
BENNETTSVILLE & CHER AW R. R.
AIR LINE RAILWAY.
Louve Bennettsville *7.05 a. m., 1-00 p. m.
Arrivo Choraw 8.10 p. m.
DAILY RXOBPT SUNDAY.
* Direct eonnoctiona at Choraw with through trains to
tho North, East, South and West.
The short linc and quickest time to Wilmington, ChnrloUe. Ailnnta,
Raloigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York,
Bostou, IlufTalo, Pittsburg and all points North and Must.
The short linc and quickest timo to Columbia, Kanannah. Jacksonville,
Tampa, Montgomery, New Orleans and all points South and Weat,1
Foi further information call on J. T. MEDLIN, agent Bcnnoltsville &
Chctaw R. ll., BennottsviUo.S. C., or address lt. h. BURROUGHS
T 1* A., SEABOABD Ant LINK RY., Columbia, S. C.
0?ARLIC3 V. STEWART, A. (J. P. A., S.A L, Ry, Savannah, Ga..
> FOR HORSES. ANO MULES ONLY
SMITH NEWTON, Bennettsville, S. C.
MoCOLL DRUG CO., MeColl 8. O.