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Friday September 29, 1905.
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PA'iV AND SCIS SOJRGUAPMS
The North Caroliua Synod
meets at Red Springs October
The Fair at Fayetteville opens
on the 25th of October for il
Woi?ord College opened on
the 20th with the largest en
rollment in its history.
Rev. T. H. Newkirk, for 10
years pastor of Marion Presby
terian church, has resigned.
Jimios Cara wei I a woll known
writer for thu newspapers died in
North Carolina Saturday lrom a
Judye Gary was hold up on
the Streets of Columbia Saturday
night rut] robbed of his watch
The weather in Nebraska last
week was almost freezing,while
hort) is was uncomfortably
The Standard Oil Company
made about 25 million dollars
clear, for the year ending in
Mr. A. VV. Weatherly, form
erly of Marlboro but now of
Sumter, has received his patent?
on his stalk cutter.
The Manning Times don't
want any carnivals to come to
town. Well, like all shows,
they are in the business for the
money that's in it.
Lieut Victor Blue,of the U. S.
Navy, who has been yery sick
nt San Francisco, is expected to
arrive in Marion the last of next
Thc. Presbyterian College of
South Carolina at (Hinton open
ed with 91 students on the 20lh.
This is the College wanted here,
but, seems to be doing well at
Tim Grand Jury of Darlington
hus presented Pcgratn Dargan
for aiding his brother Hobt Keith
Dargan in taking his own liic
Solicitor Johnson will bring tho
case up next. March.
Wedding Directors are now
being trained so as to assist
brides and their mothers. This
opens up a new field for women
as necessary as woman Doctors
They should olso ovcfittV'e
tutlor?l 'Hi .< ' i, vv o.in iS iji.i ii
;. I I; 1 bj iii''OJ! ' !
Mr. Editor-In old timos when
we used to have militiary drills,
tho captain would give tho com
mand "Arms at will." Well, three
days ago a colored family on Mr.
T. A. Covington'8 place-lather,
wife and ol i ld ron picked 1750 lbs
cotton. They were neither hired,
persuaded or forced, but tho ener
gy and smartness was wrapped
up under the maul lo of their daily
needs -having a certain part oi
the income causing them to bc
smart and industrious, whilo the
weather wai wann, clear sky anti
J OKI. COVINGTON.
Sept 22, P.)05.
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THS JEWISH NEW YEAR.
Tho celebration ol* tho Jewish
N<!\v Year tomorrow will be par
ticipated in by all the people of
this race, and business will be
generally suspended The festival
marks the beginning of t .e year
The mouth of Tish ri is given
over by tho Jews almost c?mplete
ly to ceremonies connected with
tho synagogue. The first day of
the month is tho new year.
New year's day is looked upon
by the flews with peculiar venera
tion. It is a day given up to
prayer and the ritual of tho syna
gogue and this occasion is of the
most solemn character. This fes
tival is known by several names.
The new year is the signal for
home coming of tho Jews. Chil
dren away from home, if possible
likewise, return lo the parental
roof, and thc members of families
scattered abroad during tho rost
of tin; year, whenever possible,
take this opportunity of bringing
their new year's g roo tinge in per
A Cure For Wart or (Joni.
Editor Democrat. Many years
ago, while suffering from a wart
or corn between thc little loo and
tin; one next to il, an old farmer
tobi nie bow to cute it, ll lld I bail
no butter sense than to fry t. No
I made m\ application nial was
cured by applying beul tallow be
tween the loo? at night, filling up
wuil between them. Keeping tho
?sock on while 1 slept,
Hebron, Sept 22, 11)05.
- The law linn of Kogors &
Legrand has boon disolved. Mr.
Loft rand occupies tho oflico next
to Lewis's Salo stables in brick
- ...? -rt- ? .
- Next Monday is salesday
jgM'l we look foi' a good crowd.
A good many friends having asked
ny reason for withdrawal from tho
mureil, I make tho following nt steine? t
lo place myself correctly bet?re my
many frieutls over the county. Fo>
lucre than ten yean p?*?>i 1 have boon
nit of sympathy and cooperation with
much of the work of my church, and
i's views of religious truth At that
timo I urged upou my pastors, Uov.
F-rd among thens, thai the honorable
course for me to pursue was to wall
ira w from tho church. With oue BO
Mad thoy all urged and pro vailed
upon mo to refrain Iron, such aotion
[ allowed my own judgment to bi
iverrulcd. In lator years finding my
views diverging still farther, rather
than harmonizing, I determined it
woukl no longer lie consistent or hon
jst to remain longor. Ab nil a month
igo I approached tho pastor ami asked
lum when was tho next church con
Terence, tolling him I wished to appear
In person beforo tho church, and ask
for an honorable discharge, and give
my own reasons for samo, having the
moral courago and manliness not t<
jneak but to face every responsibilU)
in a manly manner. He replied tin t
the next ?Sunday was conference day,
but circumstances would preclude the
transaction of any business, leaving
mo suddenly saying ho would soe me
again upon tho subject.
Tho next an only interview 1 evor
had with him was on ibo 13th of Sep
tember when ho carno to mo on the
streets and told ma mo he had submit
ted a statement to tho church, only
outlining a part of my roasons, and
asked tho church to drop niy name
from the roll of membership, which
tliey d iel I did not authorize bim te
tako such action, not thinking the
church a "atar chamber," or Jeffries
court, as I claiuu-d tho right to be
heard, and wished all members present
to boar testimony lo my motives af
given, anti so spare mo in thia mannet
thrusting my leraouality beforo the
pu bl ic.
The action of the church I approve
it colild do nothing else under the cir
cumstances, and 1 would not liavo its
action reversed, but it is the brut time
lover hoard of ? court, religious or
civil, try and execute a man unheard
and when he naked to be heard, and
tried by bis peera. Tho pastor accom
plieiicd his object, and I have mine it)
this card, so wo arc oven. However,
I am truly sorry to bo compelled ic
self justification to publicly place him
io a position he has taken upon him
self. I had no other choice. I have
no quarrel with him, bc is, has alway.'
been, and as far RS I am concerned
will always be my friend.
In closing I wish to say 1 have novel
lost (anti hopo I never will) faith it;
tlie Fatherhood of God, and the Com
plete Atonement of the Saviour-inj
hope and trust is in Him. What ni
own views of religious truth are, con
ecrus no one but myself, and I hopi
to so live, though out of any church
as to retain thc confidence and reaped
af my fellow citizens.
Sept 25, l?)().r). Olms. Crosland.
1 al Norton,
W 8 howe,
[t K Breeden,
3 W Waddill,
I 1) David,
il Jv Feelo,
J H Thorn well,
I J M minti lyn,
? J Du Free,
I F Fields,
?V M Fletcher,
W L Kinney,
L 1) Stubbs,
J B Hueatesa,
II W Coxe,
C J Allen,
M II Hunsunoker,
J F Willis,
J W Li misa v,
C M Weatherly,
E D Cia k,
D W Odom,
J B Watson,
J F Sturgess,
D J McDaniel,
J S Horn don,
Loaves For Now Field
Rev. T. W. gcruggs left na on
friday 22d for Columbia, Ile has
jecn givon ti deserved promotion,
or ho is certainly a never tiring
worker, yet courteous nntl con
Ile speaks very highly of tho
people ot Marlboro and hopes to
tonie tlay t;tist his lot with us.
Ho says "os long ns memory is
i faculty naught but most picas
int memories will arise; may God's
.icliest blessings abide on all ol
('ou. Good bye."
Heavy Poavino Foliage.
Mr. N. J. Ilerndonof Bethel
teotion went into his Held last
rhursday and out erne vim*
'rom a stem, over an inch thick
ind picking up the same put it
nto a cotton sheet and weigh
jd it. lt weighed S?? and one
knottier Brutal Murder*
On Wednesday night, Sept
?0, Ravanel Williams was shot
jy Douglas Peterkin. at a fes
ival in Ked Hill. Peterkin
ivas prom pl ly arrested and
>rought to jail. Williams lived
int i 1 Thursday night. All the
parties are colored.
\ New Stock Feed.
Mr. Zack T. Pearson, has
rjven tts iv ear of corn, that is
tew herc The grain is cased
u a .shutile covering. The oom
s intended to be ground with
IP i th cob, which supplies corn
nd forage'for stock equally
nixed, and cheap too. Gall and
ee it .
liefere buying Life Insurance in
esl ?gate tho Annual Dividend reli
es ol'the "Fenn Mutual." Instoad
f paying tho samo thing for 20 years
t your Dividends lessen your prom*
imo jew. Ill' U?U .mvii JO'M
Om to #7 on each thousand.
Perfection in Lifo Illumineo.
Crosland ?fe Tyson,
"The Insuranco Men."
At a meeting of St. Paul's Guild,
held ou the 11th of September, 1905,
tho following r?animions wore adoptod:
Whereas, It lise pleased kind Prov
ider.co to remove from our midst Id rs
EMMA 8. WEBSTER, who was a true
and faithful member ol tho Guild,
thorn toro, bo it
Resolved, That in tho death of Mrs
Webster we have !. it u member, whose
kind sympathy and ready help'will bo
greatly missed; siso ono who bad, by
hor amiable disposition ga inod tho
alfectiou of ali with whom she was
Boso ved, That wo louder her bo
T.uvod husband and sons our hoartfeh
Bo it further Resolved, That copies
.d these ro8(dutioti8 bo sont lo them,
.tod tho same bo published in our town
Mrs. J. G. W. Cobb,
Secretary St. Paul's Guild.
Insure your Uiu Houses and cou
tents willi Crosland & Tyson. They
baye low rates in Gin Houses "a word
tu tho wiso is pullicient.
CROSLAND & TYSON.
"Thc Insurance Men."
WANTED-A ?1 or 5 Horeo FARM.
Will tako on ShareB or Runt, rpid will rout
.itook ?uti feed. Address "O."
Caro o? .'Domocrat,'' Lcnuottsvillc.
DH. i'lim'i ToBtimony Interesting.
Dr. Thomas Finn, ot Boonsboro, Mo.,
who has practiced medicine for 32 years,
says ho has used every pcrscrtption
known to the prolession for 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
Cure, lt stops irregularities and builds
jp the whole system.
A full lino of H J. Heinzs Co.
Pickles Preserves, Ketchups, Sau
ces, Jollies ?feo. at
W. M. Rowe's.
A Fear hil Fate.
It is a fearful fate lo have to endure
tho terrible tortuic of Piles. "I can truth
fully cay," writes Henry Colton, of
.Masonvale. Ia-, "that for Blind, Bleed
ing. Itching and Protruding Pilos. Buck?
len's Arnica Salve, is tho best cure
made." Also best for cuts, burns and
injuries. 2;>o at J. T. Douglas Druggist.
We keep our Rutter and
Cheese on Ice all summer and
guarantee it lo be the best on
earth. W. M. Rowe
M KN FAUT SIXTY IN UANUER.
More than half of mankind over sixty
years of aj;e stiller from kindey and
bladder disorders, usually enlargement
ot prostate gland. This is both painful
and dangerous, and Foley's Kidney
Cure should be taken at the first si^n ot
danger, as il corrects irregularities and
has cured many old men ol this ?lisi ase
Mr. Rodney Burnett, Bock Fort, Mo.,
writes; "1 suffered with enlarged pros
late gland and kidney trouble lor years
and alter taking two bottles ol Foley's
Kidney Cure I leel better ll 1 ' .
tor tvwfnt.. ?."" p? - '.'
.O~.?AO ?i once.
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Ready for Your Orders.
Tho Clio Novelty M'i'g Works will
get up your Bill for Flooring, Coiling,
Germane Siding & Weatherboarding,
as well as your House trimmings
Door, Sash, Blinds, Grills and Man
ties, promptly and cheaply. See them
for anything in the building line tho)
will save you money.
The Simple Lifo.
President Roosevelt says: "I
commend this book to the nation."
Beyond question, the mont tulle
od of book to-day, whether ir. the
pulpit or out of it, is, "The Simple
Life," by Rev. Charles Wagner.
It has caught tho nation liko wild
lire, and is constantly alluded to
everywhere, bucked hy tho en
dorsement of public men, literary
critics and tho press. President
Roosevelt preaches it to his coun
trymen. The well-known pub
lishers of popular priced 1 ooks,
Hurst & Co., 395-399 Broadway,
Kew York, hnvo just issued a tasty
edition, which they will mail to
any ono sending 860, This firm will
also forward u complete catalogue
of hooks upon request.
Tlic state of So?iii [Carolina,
County ol Marlboro- Court Common
HENRY 0. HERRING, Asaignoo, Piniu'lY.
Thomas Smith an 1 Gooroo F. Avingcr,
Copy Summons for Relict,
(Complaint not Suivod.)
To tho UofcndantH, ThOinaH Smith and
?eorgo b\ Avoider;
Yon are Hereby Summoned and lie
quired to answer thc complaint in this ao
lion, which in tiled in tho ollioo of the Clerk
of tho Court of Com mun Piona f or tho nod
county in Haid Stute, and lo herve a copy
of your nilBWOr lo tim raid complaint bli
tho subscriber at Ilia ullluo in Uotinottnvillo
South Carolina, within twonly days after
tho service hereof, oxolusivo of tho day of
?Huh Her vino ; and if you fail to amover tim
oomplaiut within tho time aforesaid, tho
plointiff in (ld? notion will apply to tim
Court for the nli'f demanded In the com
Dated Scptomhor 27, A D , 1905
T. W. BOUCHIER,
To tho Defendant Thoman Smith :
Yon will plonse take notice that tho
Summons and Complaint in thia notion han
bocu flied tho ellice of tho Clork of tho
Court of Common 1'loaH for Marlboro county
thia thc 27th day of Soptcmhor 1005, and
that nt tho expiration of tho time herein
named iu thin miinmoiiH judgment will ho
demanded in aeeordanoo with tho prayer
"# H.. t\~.i.?. .
Ul .11.. . MU I I JIU, I I I l ,
T. W. BOUGH IRR,
plaint ill 's Attorney,
Bennettsville, S. C.
S opt 39, 1905.
Absolut Hy faro
/MS HO Si T
A Cronm of TV
froo from ali
ROYAL DAKINO POWC
.>.. ; . lat j- ttrvu
FOR J >
10,000 ACRI tida [
In APPLING OOUN'J . < fia.
Good soil. Got v Hood i
Health. No bettor 1 . to
be had in the in
TRACT NO. 1- 1470 in
cultivation Dosot'bid ? 'leo
$7,000 -($5,000 Cunh . TB.
Tn.\CT No. 2 (lOt) io
ouUivittiou Doeorilted '.'loo
TUACT NO 4--.'MO io
former? nd. Trico $3/
Tn ACT No. 6 - 200 ? om
Baxley, 60 neron m ou , auroa
ii: round Umber. Timi n 1 rtl>
$2,000. Prico $3,000.
No. 12 -150 aoros, . vn?
eliip of Boxley. Ouo jod
improvements, l'rioo ^
No. 15-100 ncrcH, . ax
Icy, 4 miles from Sur: . ii?
cultivation, A beautifr io ??0
and two or thrco plows
No 25-House andi ?n town
of Hnxloy. Prico ?600
No. 30-icooncrcHii on
thc A Un mali ii river IO rail ion cy.
Good Fishery and ntenn . . ?ho
place, Squirrel, turk nd
other gamo, and tho lith
mnkc it n donirnblc pin no
mut model farm. Lau lea
out from from river. Pi
No. 33-2205 ne.rcH, ire Bax
loy, 210 aoros in oulth ' . si
douoe mid ncoessary out . . no
pince for n town or n col cy
to placo, A good barga! ro,
$6,000 euell, b:dtinco 1 A nt.
No. 37-11 Mo aor?s, '. :t
Ncr.rly 1000 acron eui tx il
tivation' Kour tenant li na
und ii good 6 room res ul .10
pince S milo:) from Sm 1 tin
Bristol, Prico Sio.ooo. cit ce
No. 41 -300 uores, 2
horst, new conn!y Hit?: <>
So acres in cultivation ;
willi red ? luv httb.soil. \V'e
room i evidence, mid all 1
inga and tenant boilSOS,
fruit? anil grupea; good v
and ii d?sirable home, bl
Price 3150; 1150 cash, l<
No. 43- '150 acres, S
ley, 4 miles from Surron
Cultivation ; timber (.non
mice of place, A h.trgid
School mn) church near b
Short options on nc vow
ll. 0. N
tjj t... ty
? i< ,*rt
. 1 litVB
Mako? Kl (I noya and B
Notice of Dissolution of i
"T"l?K oo-partnership ho
I between the undersign
tico of law han thia day b
mutual consonta fony p<
domand uguinnt the linn
prcsout mime for pay mont
thirty days to T. I. Regor
linne business in tho samo
Qrnnd roliring to open nu 1
in tho McCall Brick Kow.
those Indebted to UH lo mu
aeon un practicable.
September 25 1905
LL persona aro boroby
biro or harbor ray aon
about iS yearn of ngo, ant'
home without any o une w'n
on torco tho law rtgnist ??ny 0
thin notice Al
Sn i h ville. Township , S
Vino Watch Kop
- IS ONK OK OUR SPEO
Weah F.yoM Made
Ry Unying o : > fit your Ky
willi a pah ni pure Crystal
Wo guaran too to nuit yeti 0
mo cy- that'n our plan
PrhOS mo thc LoWCSt coln
lint -elma work,
SAM .J. I KA
.JKWKI.KK AND '
Nttmauontly looatcd ut
ii K N N K I TS V I I, I, K
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si lui ? ,
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MISS BENTLEY is again in charge |
in charge of this Department, as- W
sisted by Miss Florence Bristow. ??
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We Promise the Best, f
We Give the best.
PALL 3 WINTER DRESS GOODS
ARE SHOWN HERE
Ott These f?ays^s=
DON'T FOIl&ET US*.
Sept. 15, 190f).
Ci Mi WEATHERLY,
ii, 4," \ ii
IKO-M^Vl h?M!l)?<W">?r> n" ' KM .'...?l'?or.'. . ?
WE are now in tho Store KOOMI Between Isaucsohns
and Mittle's Store,
We are prepared to serve our Customers with
Everything in a well Kept Drug Store.
\ rent for WILEYS' CANDY. f . |
We solicit your patronage.
BENNET!'VILLE PHA^MAGY, rn
? , ?. MATTHEWS, Mgr, p|
TATE OK SOUTH "A KOLIN A
County of Marlboro--Coor( ol Cnio
F, L. GUMMS, Plaintiff*
tchio Parker, Jamen Parker, Thomas
Parker, William Parker, Judy Parker,
anil llortcnae Pattcrnon cliilii of Nancy
Parker, heirn at law of John Parker, do
U?ttSCd, Defendant H.
lopy Summons, For Helief, Complaint
PO THU DBI'KNDANT? Aichie Pal ker,
Jaine? Pinker, Thouin,1) I'arker, William
Parker, Judy Parker, and liorlciiRO Pat?
toroon, child of Nancy Parker, heirn uti
law of John Parker, clcceaHc-d :
You arcluweby Summoned and roqulr?
d to answer tho complaint in this action.
t\l\o\\ i.s tiled in thooffico ol'tho Cleik ol
ho Court of Common Pions in ? ml foi
lio County ami State aforesaid, and to
ewe a ?opy ol your answer lo I lie said
loroplaint on tho subscribers at their of
ce in l?BNNMVrrHVIhl.K, S. 0" Within
won ty days lifter tho .service hen nf, ex
llisivo of the. day of snell service; nod
I' you fail to answer tho complain, willi
i the, tinie aforesaid, the plaintiff in
Iiis aol ion will apply to the ('oort for
lie relief demanded in tho complaint.
Dated May 16th, A. I)., 190.').
I < KA t.. I J.A. DIIAKK, (Norie.
TOW NS UN D IVJ HA M Kit,
'o Areiiio Parker, Jamen Pat ker. Thomm?
Pinker, William Pinker, Judy Parker and
lIorluilHO PatlOrnOU, licha at law of John
Parker, declined :
Ploaso take notice that lin: Summons
nd Complaint in thh aetion, wan filed
lithe 21th day of May, \. I).. 1906 io
Uko ol flie Clerk of tho Court of Com;
ion Pleas at Bennett <ville, in the conn
>l Marlboro in tho Stale of South
lOWN??ND & HAMISH,
Bcnnettsvillc, S. C.
September i, 1905,
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Our Paint and Leak Curo Cement, whon
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Equally good for Tin, Metal, Shlogles, or
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Sept, I, 1905,
von SA ii io.
ATttAOT OK LAND Oar mile and a half
liant of C io, containing Sixty Heven
(67 ]) and one-half aorCB -50 in cultivation
ann the balance cnn bo cundy cleared.
Geed dwelling boase, Two tenant IIOUHOH
and other necessary out. buildings. Prieo
$f.o per aero, giving the privilege for any
higher bids, Kor fidler particular see er
write T. 1). DIUGGEHS,
AngUHt 2j, 1005. Clio, 8. C.
RENT OR LEASE.
I desire lo rent or lease, from a
Linee to a ton horse farm in Marlboro
'Nullity, within easy reach of tho
Douri house. Itofcronco-Any busi
less mun in Hennettsvtllo. Address
ne, honnottsvillo, H. ().
1). D. MoDfJFFlR.
Aug 7th. 1905.
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luanu.y 1, 1905.
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July 20, 1905.
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Thc .short line and quickest limo to Columbia, Savannah, Jacksonville,
Tampa, Montgomery, New Orleans and all points South and West.
Pot further information call?n J. T. MEDLIN, agent Rcnncttsvillo &
Choraw R. lt.. Hcnncttsville, S. C., or address lt. li. IUI li KO I Ki HS
T. P A., SKABOARD AIR LINK Itv., Columbia, S. C.
I OHARLKS V. STEWART, A. G. P. A., S.A L, Ry, Savannah, On. jj?
FOR HORSES AND MULES ONLY
SMITH NEWTON, Bennottsville, S. C.
MoCOLL DRUG CO., McColl 8. C.