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#. A. t?ltOWN - - - Editor
Friday Outdoor 6, 19??.
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FIRE IN BENNETTSVILLE
Ono of the Busiest Blooks
Swept By tho Flames.
On Friday evening Inst about 5 40
llio ailinn of (iro suddenly brought
lint lunn of busiues-i tn a close tn wit
ncm (lin destruction of (ho beautiful
won! end ni' nur public spunro, The
llt<? slatted by tho explosion ol'a gua
illino bruaier in 8, J. Pearson's bicy
cle shop nn tba mn tb weat corner.
'I bo ll itiiee tilled ibo building in a
moment, Mr J L. Jaokson Ibo opera*
tor escaping unhurt Thc largo wood
en building nt xt to it 8) nicely fitton
up tor tbo postoflicc S.Ion caught, thc
followed Capt 1*. IJ. Breedon'a two
.tory brick building, occupied bv NV.
P, Breedon UH a carriage repository,
burnes ht oro and nales atable?, and
tho 15 ace) si or Hardware Co, Herc
thio liro waa tbotlgbt checked by I lie
National Hank Urn proof building,
but it Swept round in llie rear and
caught lim i J portion ol C. M. AVealh
lily's mammoth doptirtmont store
'I Iiis souled tim falo ol Capt Broedeu'a
olino on Darlington Street, but it wns
lune tim Irst battle was fought and
tho lire stopped, for had tho large
<lwolling occupied by Mr. Jesso B
Adams caught the entire block might
have been a wept.
'l im Hank Building waa occupied
by tim Flautera Bank, Union Savings
Bank, Newt m & Owens law ofllce, A
J. Bristow Insurance ellice, aud \V
Jj. I'eui son, jeweler. Thc losses were
light, and all were doing business Sat
Mr. NV. 1'. Breeden got out ni >8t of
bia st ick except 5) carriages. Uh
JOBS ia covered by insurance, Mr. F
M, Immanuel owned the postoflicc
building but had Iel bia insurance ex
piro, Loss $5,000. A. largo portion oi
the stock of the Kxeelsior llardwuic
was moved but badly damaged. Ism
Mr. C. M. Weatherly waa the hea'v
?est loser but wu? pretty well insured.
Tho Total l iases will possibly reach
Mr. Wo? t bet ly immediately bough!
out Mr. J. ll Patrick in tho Ex Um
block ami will ?lo business there um
til he can rebuild
Mr. W, P. Breeden Ima opened up
on Broad Street next door to Manila
hy's clothing Store. The poatoflice is
now on Broad Streit ?tso in tho bull?
tiing recently occupied by the Drug
st<iio Mr. P B. Moore eau be lb ind
tm Broad Street three doora atouth of
tho DemoOra' oflb'c
it id ali 104.se ill l? > ? it!i ! In
Company to protect the goods saved
from thc thieves that were on hand
as usual was a wise ucl and (he boys
deserve credit for their hearty re
spooee ami faithful service.
THE HOLINESS MEETING
All persons who arc interested in the
approaching Holiness Convention lobe
held in l?onnnUsvillo Octohor 127 to Nov
5thi or who desire the sueoess of (he meei
irg. or who aro in any way in sympathy
with the cause, of Christ ?md who desire
<ht! salvation of Kinnora, aro requested to
meet al Prohato .Judge's oihee in Court
House this lniday evening at S o'clock,
for consultation :md organization. A
greal inceling is before us. May God put
it into Hie. betula ol" Vii? christian people
of this community to do ilieir utmost.
.1. l*\ Bolton,
K. S. C?urlisle,
(Jot 0. ?1. B. Iluestess.
CJlinton KeepB Tbo College.
After being; in session li days in
Columbia last weck, and hearing
all ibo propositions from anxious
towns bidding for it, the Board ol
Trustees of tho Presbyterian Col
loge decided to let it remain in the
town of Clinton, whore it was or
ganized and established '25 years
ngt) by tho beloved Dr. Jacobs.
Wo aro pleased to learn that all
hitches and contentions baye beer
amicably settled, and now may
penco and prosperity settle on tint
time honored institution.
Good Drop News,
We arc glad lo learn that our fume
era are not neglecting their ha ?. oropr
and .some of them have the best in
Il i< certainly good news to knott
that tho corn crop of the county will
he belier than first expected. With
plenty ol' corn, pens and potatoes, ami
eildon at ten cents our farmers oilghI
to be happy
While the coi ion crop willi many
will be al'ort, very many ol Mime who
reduced the acreage will gnther mon
than they di.I bis! your, ni consul
erable less exp* use. Til ey will not
h ive, lo be asked tu reduce iicxl year
Ralosday in Ootobor
'IMie Cn. t Monday in ( lol ?ber Was
n warm summer day, (?oe fur latin
wot k, bu! :i i1 iwd e..mo lo
town. A mooting of thc leanne rs
Association was bold and steps
taken to go to work on tin; cotton
wniohou.se. There were, two official
salea by special consent ni heirs
McDonald lund at MoColl and tho
GU hort land in Brownsville, both
traofS brought gootl prices.
There wein no special exhibits,
hut Mr. D. A. Covington bad a mu
line "billi" rock" chickens. There
waa a full lon out liorsoswuppers,
who worti busy all day. We return
hearty thanks to t hose who kindly
remembered thc DKM oe K AT.
? ii MiVifVi^gMWfM>-, *r!iHiMiHwiMKi7)ir i > min
Still In Thc Ring.
FblTOit MARLIIORO DEMOCRAT R
Dour Sir-I tend herewith a nt at ti in on t
in roferouoo to y told ot tho co tum Ibo Rood
j of whtnh I havo hoen soiling and plautiug
for noveral years :
12?3 iba of eosd cotton giauod at tho
vj i 11 of Driguors Un? , nour Olio, aud weigh
cd by them. Thc balo was weighed unala
nt Clio by MesBrH II K. Molutyro and C
II. YYoodloy public wolghom Rad weighed
? IO Iba. net, maklug tia averago of 45 lb?
hint to tho hundred pounds ?ood cotton.
Respectfully, P. 8. STUBBS.
JW" Samples of tho Beeil can bo boou at
Tho Ueincornt Oilloo,
Wo aro pleased to loaro that Mr.
l?dward N. Mitilo who has hoon toneh
ng 8chooi for moro than a yoor al
Bonum, Orangoburg county, has boon
looted cashier of tho new bank re
;ontlv started nt Unnau. It is a good
(mice Ed is a closo student and will
.ill tho bill O. K. We congratulate
or young friend on Iiis aucceBS.
Tlie Opening Reception.
The "Bennettsville Club" had
hoir "Opening Reception" last
night nt their Club Rooms in
tlie Matheson Brick Building,
[t was a swell affair and a grand
success. The board of Mana
gers know how to entertain
guests. We return thanks for
TO THE PUBLIC.
1 boc to inform my patrons and publio
generally that tho rcoont lire did not put
no out ol' business- only my (?uu ntid
Bicycle shop was burnod. 1 had moved
?ny Jewelry and kindred liuos some time
.micro to tho largo now store in Iront ol
Douglas* Drug Store, where I am bolter
prepared than ever lo serve tho public in
llcpuir work und in improving your Eye
??ight. Como and M?C mo
8, J, PEARSON,
8?LV" For tho present my Bicycle
md (Jun Shop will be located in the
Market building, whero my man will
be glad to seo you and lill orders.
Mr. J. M Goddard of Fayetteville
has purchased the Hotel Townsend at
Hod Springs and lias taken charge.
Court opsns at Chesterfield next
Conway will have a hanging in
November -Bennettsville may have
me the same month
Florence holds on to tho Diaper.
nary as the best solution of tho liquor
The Stato Fair
Thc next Stale. Fair promises
to bo the best in years. Tho
managers aro working to this!
end and they invite tho hearty
cooperation of thc people of
Marlboro. Thin' enn pon? ~
? ?t mo J.-cur this year.
Famous Sayiugs of Naval Heroes
Don't give up tho ship-Capt.
Wo have met thc enemy and
they are ours-Commodore Perry.
England expects every man to
do his duty-Admiral Nelson.
Full steam ahead I)- the. tor
You may lire when you are
ready, Chudley-Admiral Dowey.
Don't Cheer, boys; the poor de
vils are dying-Capt Philip.
If 1 am victorious 1 shall in
form you. If 1 am vanquished
Togo will inform you-Admiral
Tho Newton Pills.
Those great blood and liver
regulators are known over
Marlboro. For the convenience
ol' his customers he has left a
few boxes at this office where
they can get tilt*m.
I desire to rout about 100 to 125
acres good farming laud with good
residence on same.
Address "PEU DKK,"
Care of Democrat,
Bennettsville, S. 0.
ONM Three horse Farm about a mile
hom tho town ol'Hod Springs, in good
^tnle of cultivation. Good frame house
uni oilier improvements
Ono Three hor.se lunn about one half
?nile from the town ol" Lumburton, in a
iii^h stato of cultivation
One Four horse farm in the lower end
>C Robeson county, on Shoe lied Creek.
?bout s miles below Maxton and about H
miles from Howland.
Will rent any of these farms for the
.car I OOO, ami lora longer period to par
ties who ure recommended as real gaod
limners. For further information
Apply to A. W, MeliKANi
Oct 6, Jminbeiton, N. C.
Don't Tail lo nen or writo inc before placing
ymir oiilera for your PORTAAIT VVoilK
Willi nearly 4 yearn OXporienon anti rep
lonnnting ono of tho beat Oblongo Co's.,
I um prepared lo huit you Mich made
woik a Bpccialty. Respectfully
J. V. FEBLE, McOoll, S. 0.
Before buying Lifo Insurance in
vestigate the Annual Dividend Poll*
cies of the "Penn Mutual." Instead
of paying thc nunn thing for 20 years
let your Dividends lessen your prem
iums each year We eon ??vo yon
from $'t to 87 on cneh thousand.
Perfection in Life Insurance.
Crosland A Tyson,
'. The Insurance Men."
rpHt? Excelsior Hardware Co.,
* is 8ellii, their salvage stock
at unheard of prices before mo
ving back to Main street.
They are located for the pres
ont on Broad street opposite the
RENT OH LEASE.
I dceiro to rent or lease, from n
three to a ten horso farm in Marlboro
Niunty, within easy rcneh of the
Court house. Reference-Auy busi
ions man in Bennett?vtlle. Address
no, Bonucttsvill?, ? C.
D. I). M o DUFFIE.
Aug 7th. 1905.
Insure your Uin Houses and con
outs willi Crosland & Tyson. They
tuve low rates in Gin Houses "a word
> tho wise is sufficient.
CROSLAND & TYSON.
"The Insurance Mon."
WANTED-A 1 or f> Uorso FARM.
Will lake ou Shares ur Hunt, mid will robt
itock nuil toed. Address "Q."
Curo of ''Democrat,'' BenoottavMIe,
DR. Finn's Testimony Intorostlng.
Dr. Thomas Kinn, ol Boonsboro, Mo.,
who has practiced medicine for 32 years,
says he has used evL-ry pcrscription
known to the profession for treatment
of kidney and bladder disease, and says
he has never found anything so cfTec
live in both Chronic and acute kidney
md bladder trouble as Foley's Kidney
Cure. lt stops irregularities and builds
jp the whole system.
A full lino ol' Il J Heinzs Co.
Pickles Preserves, Kotchups, Sau
ces, Jollies &e. ut
W. M. ROWO'B.
A Fearful Fata
It is a fearful Cale to have lo endure
tho terrible torture of 1'iles "I can truth
fully pay," writes Henry Cobon, of
Mnsonvillo. Ia., "that for Blind, Bleed
ing. Ironing and Piotr liding Files. Buck
len's Arnica Salve, is the best cure
made." Also best for cuts, burns and
injuries. 2f>u at j, T. Douglas Druggist.
We keep our Butter and
Cheese on Ice all summer and
guarantee il to be the best on
earth. W. M. Rowe
JV.' KN FAST 81 XT Y IN DANGL'IR.
More than halt of mankind over sixty
years of age suffer from kindey and
bladder disorders, usually enlargement
ol prostate gland. This is both painlul
and dangerous, and Foley's Kidney
Cure should be taken at the first sign ol
danger, as it corrects irregularities and
has cured many old men ol this disease
Mr. Rodney Burnett, Rock Tort, Mo.,
writes: "I suffered with enlarged pre
late gland and kidney trouble lor years
and after taking two bott! ' F ley's
?W* Ju ort'ti' to w:.?k<?
i? OOH two Square P .
at Sacrifice, come at once.
Strauss & Co.
Heady for Your Orders.
The Clio Novelty M't'g Works will
get up your Rill for Flooring, Ceiling,
Germane Siding & Weatherboarding,
as well as your House trimmings
Door, Sash, Blinds, Grills and Man
tles, promptly and cheaply. See them
lor anything in the building line they
will save you money.
The Simple Lifo.
President Roosevelt, says: "I
commend this hook to the nation."
Beyond question, tho most talk
ed of book to-day, whether in thc
pulpit or out of it, is, "Tho Simple
Life," hy Rev. Charles Wagner.
lt has caught tho nation like wild
fire, and is constantly alluded to
everywhere, backed hy tho en
dorsement of public mon, literary
critica and tho press. President
Roosevelt preach os it to?his coun
trymen. Tho well-known pub
lishers of popular nriced 1 oohs,
Hurst & Co., 895-399 Broadway,
New York, have just issued a tasty
edition, which they will mail to
tiny one sending 35o, This firm will
also forward a complete catalogue
Of hooks upon request.
The State ol' Sou Hi 'Carolina,
County ol Marlboro - Court Common
fl EN RY C. HtiURING, Assignee, Plaln'tV.
Thomas Smith and ?cor^o F. Aviiigcr,
Copy Summons tor Relief,
(Complaint not Scrvod.)
To tho Defendant!', Thomm Smith and
George F. Avingor;
You ure. Hereby Summoned und lie
ijuired to answer th? complaint in this ne
Lion, willoh in (Hod in th? odie? of th? Clerk
of th? Court of Common Pica? for th? mid
county in paid State, and to nerv? a copy
of your answer to th? Kidd complaint on
th? subsoribnr at his nfllijo in Bonnottsvillo
South Carolina, within twenty dftys a fier
the nervi?? hereof, exclusive of th? ilrty of
such servioo ; nod if you fail to answor th?
OOlnpliiint within th? tim? aforesaid, the
plollitiff in thin notion will apply lo the
Court for th? relief demanded in th? com
Dated September 27, A 1) , 1905.
T. W. BOUCHIKR,
To tho Defendant Thomas Smith :
Vim will plei ne, take notice (hat tho
Summons und Complaint in HUB notion hus
been tiled tho Office of tho Clerk of tho
Courtof Common PICAS for Marlboro county
this tho 27th day (?f Soptemhor 1005, and
that ut tho expiration of tho time herein
named in this HU minons judgment will be
ileinnndcd in aeoordanoo with til? prayer
nf tho Complaint.
T. W. BOUCHIER,
Bennettsville, S. c.
Sept 29, 1905.
Make Votif Grocer
Give You Guarantee
Cream? ol Tart; s
Alum Baking Wa
ders interfere with j
digestion and a c un
Avoid the alum.
10,000 ACRES l"
In APPLINU COUNTY. oi
Good Hoil. Good wu
Health. No bettor l i
bo had in tho Sont . in
TUACT No 1 -1470 ncroH
cultivation D.IRC lh?d in fon
$7,ocx)- (?5,000 Gindi butane
TltACT NO. 2 (500 uer? H,
cull i vu' iou OdbOtihud ill loll'
TUACT No 4-340 acres,
former-ad, Prico $3000.
TUACT NO. 0 - 200 aeren 1 from
Bazley, Co uores m cultivai?
ii: round timber. Timber HU
$2,000. Pi icc $3,ooo.
No. 12-loOncrcR. parti,'
abip of Maxley. Ono farm
improvomcntH. Price $1500
No. 15 -100 ncres, 7 in
Icy, 4 niilcH fi on? Surrcncj
cultivation. A beautiful tr.
und two or tinco plown. P.
No 25--II0UHC und lot i
of Huxley, Frico $600
No. 30 -1000 ucrcH unini
ttic Altrimului river io mill
Good Fishery and ntcambou
place. Squirrel, turkeyR,
other (rama, and thu ubi n
make it a dcHirablc place f
ami model farm Land e
out from from rivor. Prico
No. 33-'i'iOo aeren, 9 1
ley, 210 acres in cultiv?t
ilenco mid necessary out bi
place for a town or n colon
to place. A (rood bargain
$6,000 caahj bal au 00 1 ft 2
No. 37-11 So acres, 17
Neatly 1000 acres ?an lu: 1
IvatioD Pout tenant hon
and a good 6 room rofiidoi
I ?1. ". o ...:i"" c. C.1...../.
wi ll Prico $60:). A lino
No 41-300 acres, 2 u
heist, new county nile of ?
80 acres in c ult iv..lion ;
willi it'd claj > ubsoil Wt
room iOMiluiiC'i, and nil rici
inga ami touatit housen, O
fruits and grapes; good wu
und a ilcsirablo home, bea
Price 3150; 1150 cash, icc
No. 43-100 aeren, S 1
ley, 4 miles from Slirrenoj
cultiva:ion ; tiinbor Ctioug
anec of plac?. A hargiiin
Sohool and uhuroh near by
Short options on several
II. 0. NI
Mnkou KlUnoys and Bio
Notice of Dissolution of Co
TUF, co partnership beroi
betw?o? thc undersigned
lien of law has Ibis day he?
mutual consent. Any porst
dummal againat the linn in
present came for payment w
thirty days to T. f. I togo rn, 1
linne bu.uiiOKH in thc srone ol
Gi and retiring to open an ofll
in tho McCall Brick Bow. \
those llidebtod to IM to make
Boon an |iracticablo,
T. I. IK
J. W. h
Soptcmbor 25 1905
?LL poi BOHR are hereby wi
hire or harbor my son I
about iS yearn of agi?, nod M
homo without, any ci usn whiti
enforce tlic law ag?ist ney one
tliis nul ice. Ali x
S.i i lt vii I?) Tow Dallip , Kop
Tine Waich Kepi
- IS ONE OF Ot'lt SPF.Cl
Wonk Dye? .liado !
Hy ll ivlig US t? Fit your I'.yc
Willi a pair ol I'ure Crystal)
Wo guarantee to ?nit yt 11 or
ino- ey that's our pl m.
Pl'ieeS arc (lie J.oiresl coila
SAM j, PEA
.) KW Kl.Kl) AMI? (
Permanently located at
li I". N N KTTS V I I.I. V.
'"".^Ct^ *<vv*?^? f'h**^ * " * " " ' < >* * * ""*
?W STORE !
VF ITS NEW ITS il EUE !
*. Goods coming in daily.
If its Stylish we have it. New
We extend a cordial invitation to
.erybodv to visit our sime, and comparo our pri?es with others
A hether you w ish to buy or not. Perhaps it would be to your
Ivantage to get our prices before you buy anyway.
UV everyone's duly lo lhoir family nod loved ono? to huv tjholr. ?nod? wWe-tbe?
na pel thom tho ehoapest. Abb OUR GOODS WK Rfc ROI IG Ul BBVOttfl
I HE ADVANCE, mid wo uro goiog to uivc you lido bonofit. # Wo have lieeu in
?m mercantile businoss for yoars mid foe! ?hui wo know our WDOM pretty wot!
Wo know thal we have tho QU?DS TO GIVE FULL VALUE lor your money
Wo Imy for ?wo St.HIM. hu vi riv in lafire qunntiiios. and know lint wo uro ia a
?sition to SAVE YOU MONEY ON EV EH. Y ARTICLE YOU BUY.
MOTHERS, Look np tho Winter Needs of that Hoy of yours,
iud let us lill wardrobe before the new goods are picked, over.
Just received a big lot of Boys and Youths Suits, ranging ill
rice from 50 Cents to Qi).00 per suit.
Ladies Bress Goods.
Drotw gcodp buyers wiil remember thai wo mo Headquarters for Everything in
. I'M lino. OUR STOCK IS NOW COMPLETE in oyery respect. Broadcloths
-hincks, browns blues, eroons. Ians?, 'gurnet*, ?'tc, 52 inches wide, 76o and OOo ts
lim yard. All kinds of DICKA Goods cnn ha lound herc at lo wot prices.
i.i?ico, 4. f> and Oo per yard. Very heavy Sheeting, yard wide (5
Best quality Pee Dee Pia! s at fi cents the yard.
Iii? lot of. Outings, any price you want them-10c kind for 7?c.
Percales, new patterns and very desirable shades, SA, 10, 12?o
/arge assort tuent of New Ginghams at fm to lOctS the yard.
Southern Silks, Ihe 10c kind for Sh to 7? cents.
Silks ! SiLks !
! No trouble to sell Silks. Good quality of Silks in nil colors, .'io* inch wide, our
. pcoial price only 50 cents tho yard, Pure black l'cau de Soio Silk-a handsome
ibm, .'t0 inch wide, thc $1.25 kind, special price por yard $1. Also tho $1 .50 kind
ir $1.25, Taffeta silks inch wido wear woll, guaranteed, all colors, $1 yd.
LADIES BELTS AND HAND BAGS. The nioost lino in Town and a largo
M.sortmoot to select from B dis from 10J to $'2 50 Btgr from 35\J to $1 oaoh.
This is by far our strongest line. Where do you buy your
Shoes I Have Ikey been giving satisfaction \ If not, why not i
Wo want your shoe business, and 111 order lo get it we know we
have got to sell you Shoes cheaper than any else. We can sell
you a nice Ladies Dross Shoe for Too. A dandy for 1.00, and a
Beauty for $1.25. We do not intend lo make any money on
Shoes this year, but we do intend to make ours the greatest shoe
Store in Ihe Town of Bennettsville. That's why we ?ire going to
soll you the shoos so chea]). We have by far the biggest line of
Shoe in Bennettsville, and all bought before the recent advance
in leather. Call and let us prove it to you.
SUITS from '5.50 to $IG 50 per unit. Men's Overcoats from 3.50
to 14.50. dust look behind our prices and you'll see quality ns well
ns style. Jt will pay you lo call and look.
member tho natue! Rotnomber tho Goods! And above all, remem
ber the prices.
J. O. TAYLOR & CO.
Bonnettsvillo'e Busiest Sioro, where everything to were is sold
Darlingion Suce?, Next door to thc Hatiick Grocory.
lOVESI?. MOVED. 1
'W'rO am now in Hie Store Room Between Isaacsohns
" and Miltie's Store,
We are prepared i<> serve our Customers with
Everything in a well Kept Drug Store.
\?eut for WILEYS' CANDY.
We solicit your patronage.
BMNETTVILLE PH ALMA'S Y, ?
? . A, MATTHEWS; Mgr.
IT ATE OK SOUTH CAROLINA
Couuiv ol' Marlboro-Court ol Com
mon I Meas.
v, ii, ermine. Plaint'ir,
a (/a fust
rutilo Parkor, James Pinker, Thomas
Parker. William Parker, .linly Paikor,
and Hortense Patterson chilli of Nancy
Parker, heirn at law af .lohn Parkor, do
>py Summons, Far Relief, Complaint
) TUM DlCI'MCNDANTS Archie Paikor,
.Tunics Parker, Thomas Parkor, William
Parkor, Judy Parkor, and ll irtoneo Pat -
toreon, child of Nancy Parkor, heirn at
law of .lohn Parker, decens.d :
You ave hewby Summoned und requir
tn n nf wer i ho complaint in this notion,
lieh ii filed in ibo oflice of tho Clork oj
u Court ol'Common Picas in and foi
o County and State aforesaid, and to
rve a copy of your answer to I he said
miplaim on thc subscribers nt their ol'*
0 in B KN N KT TSV l I.I.K. S. C., within
only days altor tho sorvico hereof, ex
isivo ol'tho day of Mich service ; am)
you fail lo answer I ho eomplaini wiih
th? time aforesaid, the plaintiff in
is notion will npplv io lh<! Conn for
e relief demanded in ?he complaint.
Dated May 15th, A. I)., I mi.?
1 S KA i.. I J . A. DKAKK, Clerk.
TOWNSEND Si HA M KU,
Plaintiffs Attorney s
i AfOhlo I'arkor, Ja ni 08 Paikor. Thomas
Parker, William Parker, Ju.ly Parkor and
Hortense Patterson, hoirs at law of John
Parkor, dcooasod :
I'lcuM! take notice that tho Summons
ul Complaint in this action, was Hied
i tho 'Jilli day of May, A I), |p0,5 in
lice, ol thc Clink ol' thc Court ol' ComJ
on Pleas nt Benne?tsvillo, in tho conn
ol Marlboro in the State of South
TOWNSEND & U V.M KU,
Bennettsville, S. C.
Soplombor t, 1905,
- See my stock of Tobacco
leap by the box. E. Powers
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Cement Koot Paint.
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Ona ran teed to s op every Leak.
Endorsed throughout thc United Statoa by
thone who have unod it for 15 years,
livery gallon sold guaranteed.
Wo nitlicr contract your work or soil yon
tho Paint and Cement.
Our Piont and Leak Cure Coinont, whon
properly applied, will nmko a Hoof abso
lutely Water Tight and ltiist Proof.
Equally good for Tin, Metal, Shingles, or
Cori ligated Iron, Pelt and Gravel Ujofs.
Tainting Roofs of Public Buildings
GIVK is voi ii PATHOS AO tc All Work
F, "jy"' Special Prlocs by tho Barrel.
Call On J. T. D rug?as, Bomnitsvillo
or nd tr.'ss
McDonald Roof Paint Co., Sumtor.S.C.
Sept, i, 1905.
ATItAOT OP LAND Ont milo and a half
Hast of 0 lo, containing Sixty seven
(C>7i) and one-half acres -50 in cultivation
and tho balnnoo can bo easily cloarr d.
Geed dwelling house, Two tenant houses
and other nrsoosaary out buildings. Prico
??ioo ppr aero, giving tho privilege for any
higher bids, Por fuller particulars soo or
wdto T, o. DltlOGEHS,
August 23, 1905. Olio, S O.
J. T. Douglas is agent
tho McDonald Hoof Paint,
Practica! Pharmacist and Dealer in
j WE ?LPiTJ M H KY F
STANDARD MEDICINES, J PAINTS, OILS,
CHEMICALS, \ P> HUS H ES of oil kinds,
TOILET and Fancy Articles, $ V ARNISH nud STAINS.
* PREPARED PAINTS,
BRUSHES, SPONGES, T WINDOW GLASS,
STATIONARY and SUrriAES V LAMPS, SHADES, Etc.
FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO, ^
Prescriptions carefully compounded al all hours
and guaranteed to be of the Purest Drugs and at
A full line ??arden Seed & Onion Sets.
Thankful for past patronage your? for a proeporotih now year.
Jaanu'y 1, 1905.
J. T, DOUG-LAS.
AT TJFCB OLD STAMJi
WE HANDLE BARGAINS TOO.
NO USE TO WORRY, BUT COMP) RIGHT ON TO
LT* iv^i? ira VT*9<
XX** YOU WA^TT?
.?s Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Notions ?
And Fancy Grocer?e
var Fresh Water Ci rou nd MEAL and HUMING ?I , i
We Koop n full line in oneil Department mid will .... ) Waul* in each
AT THE LC WEST PRICES.
When you come to Town call and seo us. Phono orders in town doliverod
FREE, and satisfaction guaranteed.
Call anti see us-Near Douglas'' Drug Store.
SV1LLE HARDWARE GO..
POR HARDWARE Olf MM DESCRIPTION.
WE AUK NOW OPENING UP ONE OF THE LAUGEST
and NICEST LINES OF
Buggies and Harness
EVER O FF EKED ON THIS MARKET.
\V .! also I nive n Tja rp-" Sio.-U ol
We HU Y in CAR LOTS and are therefore in position to make
You very Close Prices,
SEE TIS BEFORE BUYING IT WILL PAY YOI).
You will always fi ml our Mr. Throop Crosland at
OUT Repository, on north sitio ol Public Squiiio, who
will gladly show you our lines and MAKE CLOSEST PRICE
![?*> ?s^>o Oil
July 20, 1905.
Our OTew Line
-THE DIRECT WAY
H BENNETTS VILLE & CHER AW R. R.
AIR LINE RAILWAY.
*7.05 a. m.,
Leave Bennottsville *7.05 a. m., 7.00 p. m.
Arrive Ohe'raw 8.10 p. m.
DAILY UXOliPT SUNDAY.
* Direct connections at Choraw with through traine to
tho North, East, South and Wost.
yV'i The shor' linc and quiekest time to Wilmington, Charlotto, Atlanta,
(v Raloigh, H.ehmond, Washington Baltimore, Philadelphia! ?Scw York,
^ Boston. Hu Halo, Pittsburg ami ah points North and Wast.
^ Thc thor! line an J quickest timo to Columbia, Savannah, Jacksonville,
xx Tampa, Montgomery, New Orleans and all points South and Weat.
Foi inri hov information eall on J. T. MEDLIN, agent Bennettsvillo &
Cheraw R. H.. Honncttsville, S. C., or address lt. h. BURROUGHS
T P A., SKAiiOAan Am LINK RY., Columbia, S. C.
CHAKhKS F. ST IO WA HT, A. 0. P. A., S.A L, Ry, Savannah, Oo.
FOR MORS Et S AND MULES OM LlV .
SMITH NEWTON, Bennottsville, S. C.
MoCOLL DRUG CO., McColl S. C.