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HIE MARLBORO DEMOCRAT
BENNETTSYILLE, B. 0.
Vt Y S. A. ?KO WN afc CO.
Ojjloe ?rn Marlon 8ir?et Opposite
Friday November 3? 1905.
O?r Town Gorvernment.
M A VOR-P. A. Hodges
AinKRMi'.N-W P. Breeden, Jr, 0. 8
Chaffin, A. O. Sinclair, E. Powers.
O.K.UK & TREASURER-Milton Mc
f.auria. OUice open daily.
POLICE-W T Kelly. WM Atkinson
$100 ?eward $100.
The readers ol tins paper will he plea
sed to learn that there is at least one
dreaded disease that science has been
able to cure in all its stages, and that is
Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the on
ly poshive cure now know i to the medi
ck. fraternity. Catarrh being a constitu
tional disease, requires a constitutional
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is tak
en internally, astiug directly upon the
blood and mucous surface ol the system,
thereby destroying the foundation of the
disease, andjgiving the patient strength
by building up the constitution and as
sis* ingnai uro in doing its work The
proprietors have so much faith in its
curative powers that they offer One Hun
dred Dollars tor any case that it falls to
cure. Send for list oi testimonials.
Address v. J. ciiENEV & co., Toledo o.
Sold by all Druggists. 75c
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipa
fi_i_ mm i i BB aran BI.ai ax
Be ii >i et ?8 ville Church Directory \
METHODIST-T. E. MORRIS, P. C.
Sunday sohool 3 30 p. m. Preaching al
11.00 a. m. and 7.3U p.m. Prayer moot
ing Wednesday evoning at 8.00 o'clock.
Suporintendont Sunday school, Phil. A.
BAPTIST-Rev. Rufus Ford, Pastor.
Sunday sohool at 10.00- Preaching Sun
day at 11-00 a. m., and 7.30 p. m. Prayer
mooting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Superintendent of Sunday sohool, H. W
PRESBYTERIAN-Bunyau MoLcod Ph.
D.i Pastor. Sorvioos every Sabbath
(summer) ll a. m. and 8 p. m.: (winter)
ll a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Prayer mooting
Thursday 5 p- m. Soats freo. Straugcrs
cordially invited. Sunday school every
Sunday 10 a. m. Superintendent, J. T.
Dudley. All parents and childreu made
welcome at tho dabool.
EFIBCOPAL-Rov. C. W. Boyd, Roctor,
Preaohlug evory icoond and fourth Sunday
nt II a. m., and 7.30 p. tu. Sunday
Cohool at 9.30 a. m. Dr. J. A. Faiaon,
TAX NOTICE !
OKKICK OK COUNTY TURAHUKKH,
Beunottsville, S. C., Sept. 14, 1905.
^OTICE U herohy jriveu thal tho Booka
eft ti*?*" ? -. khi i . ?iii . J I '
wiry .- . '.
.'t>.?kvje. ?(Jiu-' . do-ld . ..
li di, r. :<,-. uni .?'?:<. IPI
Skat of'c.'-.-'it ?ul ' . .
that dato tbo ponalty will bo added ou au
unpaid Taxen. Tho tax levy this year is
- State tax .'> ,1 mille
Ordinary County tax fi J milla
Constitutional Sohool tax ,'1 milln
Total tax lovy 10 milla
Tho following ia thc lovy for Speoin
Bennettavillo 4 milla
Tatum, 4 mills
Wiilia, 2 milla
Aotioob, 2 milla
Beauty Spot 3 milla
Boykin 2$ milln
Brlghtevlllo a J mills
Kollook, ai milla
Leator, ai milla
Chlo, 2 i milla
fibenoeor, a milla
MoOoll, 4 milla
OLIO, for honda, 5 milla
Poll tax of Ono Dollar on ali malo por
BOOB botweon the agos of 21 and 60 y oar?,
exoept Coufedorato soldiers aud thouo
othorwiao exempt by law.
Commutation Boad Tax of Ono Dollar
ou all ablo bodied molo poraonn from 18 to
50 yoara of ago.
J. II. THOM AB,
Troeasurer Marlboro County,
Directory of Bennettsville Lodges
CONSOLIDATED LODOE NO. 15, K. ol
P., meets ovory second and fourth Mon
da? nights at 7.30 o'clock.
J. W. Let; rand, C. C.
0. D. Eaotorling, K- of II. & S.
MARLBORO LODGE No. 88, meets at
Bonncttavillo, Friday ovoning, on or be
fore oaoh full moon at 8 o'clock
J. F. Kinney, W. M.
ll. 10. Stookton, Sccrotary.
Oounty Masonic Directory.
MARLBORO CHAPTER NO. 30 R. A.
M., moots at Bonnottsvillc on tho second
Friday of onoh month.
J. F. Kinney, II. P.
II, K. Stookton, Secretary.
EUSEKA Lonna No. 43, A. F. M..
maota at M0C0II, each Saturday after
noon, beforo tho full moon,at 4 o'clock.
AURORA LODO/, NO. 33, A. F. M.,
monts at Clio, Saturday on or aller caoh
full moon at 3 o'olock, p. m.
J. T. Stanton. Wi M.
TVA. Covington. Sooretary.
BRUNS LODOE NO. 118 meets on Fri
day alternoon on or before each lull
moon at Blenheim at 3 o'clock.
J K. Rogers, W. M.
W. W. Bruce, Sec'y
IYH1K Business recently known as Ibo
A CLIO NOVELTY MANUFOTIJ
111 NO CO . will br.moi>?r be known aa
ZflBWfi NOVELTY MANUFAC
TURE! NO WORKS, with F. II. "'KY
salo owner and director,
Th? latest improved wood working
muoluoea ars belqj placed for doing all
kinda of Novslty work for builders ut* at
va? *a, mu
rim SON AL
Mr, L?. J. Dunn of Gibson has
our thanks for favors.
Miss Maggie Breedon lias been
spending u week at Darlington.
Mr. Phil Emanuel is now tho
carrier on II* F. D. routo No. 1.
Mr. D. S. Clark, of Clio was
in town and called to soo us Sat
Mr, Fred E. Rowe now of
Ashville has boen spending a
few days here.
Miss Luna MoDaniol Hubbard
who lias beon very ill for sotno
time is reported somo bottor.
Mrs Sallie Mathows and child
ren who havo boen visiting at
Atlanta is expected home to
Mrs Willie Dingle and childron
ol' Clamndou county is visiting
her parents Mr. and Mrs S. F.
Mrs. J. F. Stewart who has
boen visiting her mother in
North Carolina has returned
Mr. E. F. Popo of Red Hill
was up Friday und cai lou. Ile
lins the best crop this year ho has
Mr. Li. D. Ivoy of Clio section
was up Friday and called. Ile
has not sold a pound of his ctton
for loss than 10 cents.
Mr. D. D. Parish, ono of the
lucky farmers of Hebron, was
up Saturday and called. Dave
is ono of our best citizens.
Mrs. G. D. Napier and Mrs.
Light Townsend of Blenheim
have returned home from a pleas
ant visit to Hartsville.
Mr. and Mrs Tom C. Hamer.
Mr. D. D. McColl and Charles
Manship attended tho big ball in
Columbia last week.
Miss Girtrudo Newton, of Bax
ley, Ga., is spending somo time
with her aunt Mrs. Cary Odom
of Lester section.
Mr. Sims Easterling who has
been at tho postoffice for some
months has resigned and accept
od a clerkship with Mr. E. Pow
ers, where ho will be pleased to
see his friends one and all.
Died nt tho residenco of her son Mr.
E. L. Hamilton, nf UT n long and
painful illness, on ?Sunday afternoon,
October 291 li 1905. at 3 o'clock, Mrs
AMELIA HAMILTON, rolict of tho late
W N. Hntn il ton-aged G5 years
Sile joined tho Methodist church at
an early age, and lived close to her
Saviour. Though called to pasa thro'
ninny trials and tribulations, they only
made hor armor tho brighter and the
victory more complete.
She leaves ouo son, above mimed,
and three daughters, Mrs Atina Belle
Emnnuel, Mrs Leila Emanuel and
A Season of Pleasure.
Tile progressive members of Marl
boro Lodge, A. F. M., of our town,
have decided to give our people some
KOOd entertainment in exchange for
their diim a and nickles to help build
their handsome Masonic Templo An
enterprise that appeals to our patriot
ism and love of progress.
Tho ii rat seiisou nf one week begins
on thc 13lh with the famous Barkoot
Carnival Co., with 12 Pig Shows -
every one worthy and clean, and that
everybody will want to seo.
One week after begiuning on the
27th, with the help of the ladies, they
will have a Fair at the Lodge room.
On Tuesday afternoon about
4.45 no Laurence Sellers, a well
known laborer ut tho Oil Mill,
WUK trying to hoard ft car that WUK
being shifted at the B. & C. Rail
road yard, ho slipped his footing
fttul foll, his loft foot was caught
under the wheels nnd the ankle KO
bagly crushed as to make ampu
tation necessary. Dr. Towusond
was called and gave him a neat
job Laurence is a valuable hund
and will bo missed until ho gets
well nguiu. But ho has no ono
to blame but himself for tho loss
ot bis foot.
It would have been incredible brutali
ty il ("has. P. Lemberger, ol Syracuse,
N. Y.. had not done the liest he could
lor hissuflering son. "My boy," be says,
''cut a tearful gash over his eye, so 1
applied BUcklcn's Arnica S.ilve, which
quickly healed it and saved his eye.*'
Good lor hums and ulcers too. Only
25c at J. T. Douglas's drug store,
Bcineinber Your Dead.
We invito special attention to the
?overtiseineut of tho Bounottsvillo
Marble Works in (hispaper. Call and
see samples, or write them.
A Clear Complexion and Wright i?y?K.
In most cases a sallow, blotched com?,
plexion and dull heavy eyes are due to
poor digestion and an inactive liver.
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup aids diges
lion an<| stimulates the liver and bowels
and makes the complexion smoothe and
clear. Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does
not nauseate or gripe and is mild and
pleasant to take. Hehise substitutes,
For sale by Henncttsville pharmacy.
If you are going lo hold your cot
ton, cover same with Insurance. It is
beat lo bc on tho stile sido Wo have
a c?ese colton rate
CROSLAND & TYSON
"Tho Insurance Mon."
Every Family Nooda Ono.
ff you would ho independent m
lazy help get ono of those Clothes
Washers now advertised in the
Democrat. Saves your clothes and
saves you money.
Write McColl Hdvv. Co. McColl
RHU g?t priced*
TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS.
- G. M. McJuood of I i lo M hoi:?:
baa our thanks for favors
- Noxt Monday is Salosday
and a largo crowd is expected.
- Spark's show brought a
largo crowd to town Monday.
- C. S. Williams of Blenheim
has our thanks for favors.
- Mr. L. D. Iyoy has posted
his lands in lied Bluff against
- Thoso who attended tho
S tato Fair at Columbia report a
- Tho rains last week wcro
needed and tho farmors woro not
hurt by thom.
Tho county Treasurer says
meet him at tho court house and
got your tax receipt,
- Try C. B. Hubbard for eggs
fruit, and vegetables.
- Have you boen to Hubbard's
yet for bargains.
- Write Stanley's Business
College, Macon Ga., at once for
College. Tho School can not
supply the demand fur its grad
Hors fords, Royal and Good
huck Baking Powder at
W. M. Rowe,
Full line Armours canned
meats at W. M. Rowes.
Fairy soap at W. M. Howe.
- 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
frosh at Benhettsville Pharma
cy Darlington street.
- Have you Myopia, call on
tho Optician at S. J. Pearson's
and find out.
f?>- Try a cnn of Sweet Potatoes
tlioy are lino at
W. M. Rowe's
Kingan'a Reliable Haina and Break
fast Paeon, always nico and frtsh
ut W. M. Rowe's
S&T Call and seo our new linc? of
Codee and Tea. Prices from Pile to
$1 per pound. W M. ROWE,
Evaporated Cream - new and
nice, at W. M. Rowo's
Thc Sparks Show.
The J H. Sparks show is not
a large one, but u good clean ex
hibition of educated ponies, two
trained lions, a performing ele
phant, and some trapeze perform
ers and accrobats. A fmo band
furnishes sweot music Tho enter
tainment lasted two hours and
nobody scorned worried at all.
Tlioy coined money hero with
crowded ho usen at both perform
raw St., and let C. B. Hubbard
know what you wand. He also
keeps a fine lino of groceries, fruit
eggs, chickens and vegetables. It?
tho placo for bargains.
By tim use of Pratt's Sorehead
and Houp Cure given in timo to
your Hock of chickens will positive
ly prevent them from Horchend,
Houp or Canker, and many other
diseases which they aro liable to
this period of thc year.
For Salo at Douglas Jennings's
Drug Store iu Matheson's Block.
Tho Colonel's wntorloo.
Colonel John M. Puller, of Honey
Grove, Texas nearly met his Waterloo,
Irom ?tiver and Kidney trouble. In a
recent letter, he says. ''I was nearly
dead, of these complaints, and. although
I tried my lamlly doctor, he did me no
ixood; so I got a 50c bottle of your great
Electric Bitters, which cured me. 1 con
sider them the best medicine on earth,
and thank God who gave you thc know
ledge to make them." Sold and guaran*
teed to cure, Dyspepsia, Biliousness and
Kidney Disease, by J. Tf Douglas drug
gist, at 50c a bottle.
Statistice show startling mortality,
Irom appendicitis and peritonitis, 'lo
prevent and cure these awful diseases,
There is just one rebabe remedy, Dr
King's New Life Pills. M. Plannery, ol
14 Custom House place, Chicago, says:
"They have no equal for Constipation
and Billiousnes," 25c at J. T, Douglas
Waiy* Wo carry a full line of Fancy
and Heavy Groceries, and will make
the prices right. See me beforo you
buy. W. M. ROWE.
Imp mymjl W*T WWW WW WW*/ *
E ARE IN IT
Iloavyaiid Fancy Groceries and
a full line of Canned Goods,
Pickles, Sauces and Dainties,
Candies, Cakes and Fruits.
Tobacco and Cigars
A nico line of Gloves, Hosiery,
Heavy Underwear for mon and
women, and 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
Also, a nice line of Pants and
Storm Coats that we offer at
WH invite special attention to
our slock of (inns and Ammu
nition of Stevens make.
We have too a few nice covered
baskets, to go as bargains.
Call and soo us
Marion Bt. ttcnnettsville, ff, C.
UK Lia IO If S NOTES.
Io spite of tho inclement woathcr
thar? ?ss 3 pretty large cougrigatioti
at the tent Buuday
The fall meeting of the Columbia
Convocation of the Episcopal church
will be held in Sumter during the
week commencing November 20.
The pulpits of tho town churches j
wero supplied Sunday by the visiting ,
members of the Holiness Association, j
except the Episcopal, which was ?up. ,
plied by the pastor Ber. Boyd. .
Tho hour for ovonimr sorvioes at (bo '
ohurohoo is now 7 30 o'clock.
Proser meeting at the Baptist ohuroh
overy Thursday ovonlng at 8oo.
Prayer mooting at tho Methodist ubarob
every Wcdnosday at 8.o? p. m.
Prayer meeting at Presbyterian ohuroh
Thursday evening at 8 oo.
The hour for Sunday School at the
Methodist ohuroh has been ohaugod to
4 o'clock iu tho afternoon.
Tho Epworth League Prayor mooting
lu held ovory Wednesday ovonlng in tho
Sum'ny school room of tho Moth odin t
ohrrob at 8 o'clock. Tho publio invited.
MARION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS. 1
E. P.TAYLOH, P, K.
Fourth Round ?905.
McColl Mission, Korea, 3 p in, Nov. 10
Sonuattavillc ot, Smyrna, Nov. 11, 12
Olio and Boulab, Clio, (night) Nov. 12, 13
Brownsville, Now Holly, Nor 18, 19
Drlghtsville, Antioch, Nov. 25, 26 ^
North Marlboro, Ebenezer, 3 p. m,
Nov. 26, 27
H! nih ni m ot, Ebenezer, December 2, 3
lionuottBvillu Sta, (night) Dec. 1, 3
Foley Co.. Chicago originated
Honey and Tar as ?1 throat and lung
remedy, and on account ot the great
merit and popularity ol Foley's Honey
and Tar many imitations are offered lor J
the genuine. These worthless imita?
lions have similar sounding names, lie
ware ol them. The genuine Foley's
limey and Tar is in a yellow package.
Ask lor it and reluse any substitute
lt is the best remedy lor coughs and
colds. For sale hy HennettsviUo Phar- (
Prepared for thu Work.
Mr. S. J. Pearson, thc Jeweler, bab
now one of ibo latest improvement
for engraving your name or initials -
on any article of gold or silver or
plato ni tho most up?to dato manner.
Tho samples of woik already done by
him uro j ust lino. Call and seo him.
FOR SALE AT A BIG BARGAIN. *
ONE Upright Piano, used (5 months, -
good ns new. Ono ?Square Piano V
(a good one of its kind) will be sold nt
a sacrifice We need the room. Call a
at once. STKAUS.S & Co. sl
stops tia* oougls aad l&?i?l?lunjg*
Strikes Hiuclou Kocks,
care of two doctors, hut was getting no ?
helter when I began to take Or. King's
New Discovery. Thc first dose gave re
bel, and one bottle cured me." Sore cure
lor sore throat, bronchiI?5, coughs and 1
colds. Guaranteed at J. T. Douglas's
drug store, price 50c and |i 00. Trial
WHY NOT j
Have your eyes correctly
lifted With a first class pair of
EYE GLA8SE8 X We have tllClll
and are lifted up for doing ac .<
oura te optical work. We guar
antee to tit your eyes perfectly *
or refund your money.
S. J. PEARSON,
Aug io And Jeweler.
Oura? Cotdsi Proven?a Pneumonia
They Guarantee A Fit
If you will givo tho matter of
purchasing a nico tailor-made
suit careful consideration, mature
deliberation and earnest cogita
tion, you will give STRAUSS & Co.,
tho order which they guarantee
without hesitation to fiill to your
edification, your sweetheart'H ela
tion, your friend* admiration.
Horses J)o Get Sick.
When a horses and mules are poor
it is not always and indication that they
do not get enough to eat. Many ani
mals, just like human beings, have in
digestion or the system is all run down
and a tonie is needed, lt is not the a
mount ol lood eaten that makes muscle
and fat, More dcpvnds upon the prop
cr digestion or assimilation ol the lood
than is commonly supposed. Nothing
has yet been discovered thal will build
up a horse or mule better than Ash
crab's Condition Powders, the only
remedy ill its class sold under a guar
antee. Ask Mr. Smith Newton, Hen
nettsville, tor it-the kind put up in dos
es. And McColl Drug (Jo., McColl, S.
II II. NEWTON, JKNNINOS IC. OWBN8
NEWTON & OWENS,
Attorneys at Law,
BENNETTS vi I.LK, So. CA.
Offices Over Planters National Bank.
? Attorney at Law,
llennettsvillc, 8. 0.
Office on Darlington idrcet near Posto
Telegraph ofliee. January, 1809.
OFPlCK Up stairs la Crosland Building,
V h o n 0 180,
BBNNJBTTBVIliliSb 8. O.
Attorney at Law mid
Prohn te Judye
I OIHMC in douri lionne.
STRAUSS NEW FALL STOCK.
i i ITU issue we ?re enabled to Inform'th'? lVople of Marlboro tbut
IV ixn immense'elook Iii EVERY LINE IS NOW COMPLETE ami wo
?rn NEAOY :O SERVE and Klvo l,,e I'uWIo the Loutrllt of our LONG
? , , .:J3; witton ls Thirty-two Yeera In Marlboro, sud we QUO cer
i it.lv u.i.ko booie claim of knowing tho wallis ol tho People WK KNOW
HOY," t;u ND WHERE) TO LTJY, Ami it is to YOUR INTEREST
tO \\ >\\ HERE TO GO AND BUY nt Prices eo you will ho satisfied
iud TELL V'.?UR NEIGHBORS ABOUT IT.
-XPor the Ladies.
Dress Goods in great variety. Ladies Cloaks,
3T1S Cloaks. Raincoats, Skirts and
Shirt Waist, Notions a complete line.
/ .)SO Puritan Corsets, which have no
equal for comfort. Satisfaction guar
anteed or money refunded.
. / r.omph le line of LADIES and MISSES HATS
Trimmed and Untrimmed.
I ; ed Brown ?Shoes for Men, Women, Children
tS <? x complete line of other celebrated makes.
. ? IING-Eor Men and Boys.
,GE AND COMPLETE LINE In All Sizes
?i .1 . I ADE TO ORDER hy two of the Largest Merchant Tail
United S .ute*, na m el y The International nud Royal of
rork and Chicago. Satisfaction guaranteed.
>ets, IMEattings and ilFLugs
LARGE VARIETY TO SELECT FROM.
* AND ORGANS A SPECIALTY.
... I V THE DESI1 sold under our own Guaaanteo and tho
ii aleo. EASY TERMS GIVEN, anil wc save you
aioney. Remember wc have no Agents. Write
or Call ou us. Nothing Missrepreaented.
Wu AHE ALWAYS GLAD TO SKK YOU.
STRAUSS & CO.
SWIFB : Your attention, please.
, ami a
YOUR Ll KIO AWAY, cir tho lit'.: ol sr.mo other woman,
Clothes, hy u si ti ir an OLD WASH BOARD, hay undo
hay you a "PJUO" Wash-r.
full of doilies JUST AS 10 A S Y and JUST AS QUICK
good iloal ouster, and quicker than j ou nos&ibly can Wi?li
It windie? nil kiiuls mai
grades of materials,
from the finest Luces
to tho Coarsest talah)
TEAK, or Iii ealing
. . If the work ami worry, with more than Half tho W10AR, and
(08, can be snvod in every home that has a " 1 OOO" W'uslior.
ticuhus, or for mieos and cat&locuc, write or call on
The EVIcColl Hardware Co.,
vs in Stock
MCCOLL, S. C.
Agents for this Territory.
/ receiving my Fall Installment ot
k Cannot be Surpassed by any
Dealer In the County.
! AS NICE GOODS AS THE MOST
Fastideous Would Require.
IRGUL AH GOODS und riot JOBS us some do, and
Unsuspecting Pliblic as Up-to-date, .JOBS are
5," which Manufacturers are anxious to close
reduced prices on account of som? defect in
or muk? They do not give satisfaction.
to Inaugurate ?ni Active Business Campaign this
d Fall, Which liUYKUSwill find lo their interest,
to for Yourself, and Don't Take somebody else's
s to wini I so ?md so is selling for 1 solicit your
ness on Business lines.
EXAMINE MY STOCK. 1 will do my utmost, to
OU VA LU 10 RECEIVED.
BEN NISTTSVILLM, S. 0.
lOast Sido i'ublio Square.
re now in the Store Room Between Isancsohns
I Miltie's Store,
"Vt7 XXXiiXi Xii
prepared lo serve our Customers willi
very?liing in n well Xtpt Drug Store.
or WILKYS' OANDY.
io!icit your patronage.
? , A, MATTHEWS j
Mr. C. D, Hubbard is closing
out his fire salvage goods at and
bolow cost. Call at onco and
> our Butter and
ce all summer and
to be the host on
t\T Kt 11.
IT . Kl. Itu WU
THE FERTILIZER, that Makes tho Farmer smile, because lie oiwi
MAKE MORE AND RETTER CROPS ON LESS ACREAGW,
And Pay his Di lis Evory Time.
Read some of the Tuiilbac?U?a hy Furmers whom you know an?l
who WILL NOT BE SATISFIED WITHOUT IT;
I u.-cd Poruvluu Guano thia yeer, and auj well nloasod with tho resulta, ami will
uso it next yoar |f I oan get it. \V, F. GIBSON, Gibson, N. U.
1 havo boen farming for 20 yoar?, and havo tho boat oron this year that ljmv i
ever ruado, especially whoro I used Pemveio Guano, and will buy it again if it caa
bo bought. 1 would not uko a bale ot'cotton per aoro for wy Peruvian orop.
Foolcol, N. O.i August 23, 1905. D. S. Alduruau.
This is tho first season I ovo- unod Peruvian Guano and its romlis'aro entire}?
satisfactory to ute. J;. M. BM J H.
Gibson, N. C., AuKtist 7. 1905.
Thinlx I havo tho host crop I ever had wheio I usod Peruvian (Jn iuo.
MoColl, S, C , August 7, 1905. John K Fletcher.
1 'Exportmont Farm." I um highly pleased with Poruvitn <luano-dunk it
?ho best Fertilizer wo cao use, John C. Fletcher.
1 havo never used Peruvian Gutno until this you, but think it of tito best
Manures I havo ovor usod. J- D- MeBouidd.
Lauriuburg, N- C., August l-l, 1905.
I used Peruvian lor corn anil cotton ai.d can recommend its usc. Would rain
er have lt nt Forty ($40) Dollars per To \ than anything on the market, and wid
usc it again. Sim V, Wright,
Benuettsvllle, S, C,, Auguat 7, ?005.
1 bought Ten (io) Tons Peruvian tutano Irom Mr. B, li, Moore last spring
md am well pleased with it. I used it o \ corn as well as cotton, and consider it
hy far the best Fertilizer 1 have ever us d.
Wagram, N. C., August 2, 1905. W. G. HU IE.
I bought Twenty (20) Tons Peruvian Ouano Irom B. 10. Moore, used it lor corn
and colton, and am well pleased wilh it-consider it a line guano. Will use it
again the coming year. John L Breeden
Lester, S. C.. August 5, 1905.
Mr. B. E. MOORE), BennottPville, S. C.
Dear Sir-Have never used Pontvi.111 Guano until ihn year und am highly
pleased with it so far. Cont crop is flue with only 200 lbs Peruvian to tho uoro auii
as to Coll?n crop Thiuk now will get I balo to tho aero, wlioro I used 25 bushels
Cotton seed and Two Hundred pounds Peruvian,
Yours truly, 8. J. SM ITU, Gib. on, N. 0,
PERUVIAN GUANO is regis'erod with the Department of Afr
riculture na "Genuine Peruvian G la?o," which fitotuloiie is stiftloieiit
proof of its genuineness. Moreover, the solo Agents for U. S., oiler
$10,000 to any one who can prove thc contrary.
^0:13 s .A. ni 33 BY B. E. MOORE,
BKNNI.TTSVILLH, S. G., R. F, 1)., No. 4.
Agent for Marlboro, Richmond, Scotland and Robeson Cot? ol los.
KI DB LIT Y AND COURT.
CONTRACT and FIDELITY BONDS.
Thora aro no botter companies linn,
(hew;, represented by
J NO. S. MOORE.
Nov 16, 1804.
lathDay.^j\m of Me.
THE OREAT 80th Day.
Product?. .'.?vV IVM-U \>\ .?'. W.*. M?nt-s
pour rfu ., Art'l oitcWy. Cur/is whoa jill other:}
. ,i?. >.,>)". <. n .*?..? birt wifcn'w li<ecovt?r th?i?
.. u.?.. '.?;.?: ?Vivo, ii quickly
Vitality, Impotency, Nightly Emissions, Lost
Power of cither sex. Failing Memory, Wasting
Diseases, Insomnia, Nervousness, which unfits
one tur st inly, business or marriage. It not only
cures by starting nt tho seat of disease, but isa.
Great Nerve Tonic and Blood-Builder
and restores both vitality and strength to the
muscular and nervous pyitcm, bringing back
thc pink glow to palo'cheeWa nnd restoring th?
tire ol youth. It wards off Insanity and Con*
sumption. Accept no substitute. Insist on hav
ing REVIVO, no other. It can bc carried in vest
pocket. By mail, $1.00 per package, in plain
wrapper, or six lor $5.00, with a positive writ*
ten guarantee to cure or rotund tb? money (Q
every package. For free circular address
Royal Medicine Co.^?ffi*
For salo hy J. T. Douglas.
Bennett8ville, S C
fie HE L'THT?O??CH .
(AND OUnB THE LUNGS I
Wi l il
Pilli g 0UGII8 and
?urcbt and Qvdckdot Cure for all
THROAT and 1.TJW? TUOUB
LES, or MONEY BACK.
i 11 nur. mniiivti
Anyone flnndlntf n ?ketch and description may
quickly ascertain our opinion froo whether un
Invention IM probably patentulilo. Commnnlcu
Uonnntrlctlyoonlldonllal. HANDOOOK on Putouts
neut freo. OhtoHt aeoncy f ir BOClirlngputout)*.
Patenta taken tliroiiKh Munn A Co. re?oive
tpttmt notice, without elmore, lu tho
A handsomely illustrai ni weekly. I.arKOAt cir
culation of any m-lontlllt? Journal. 'Purina, |S ?
year; tour mont ha, fl. Hold by nil nowndoulorn.
MUNN &Co.36U'oad^-New York
munch omeo, cw V ?t., Washington, l>. 0.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
SKA MOA un Air Line RAILWAY.
The Seaboard Air Linc Ry ?ohed?
nie was changed on January 10th,
h nine leavo Chet nw, S. O., ns iollQUF;
Northbound No 66 nt 8.0.r> a. m.
No 50 at 9:24 p. m.
Southbound No 57 nt 8:05 a. in
V No 27 at 10: d() p. n>
Tho Ronnellavillo and Chernw U
ll., leaving Bonni llsvillo nt 7 05 n
m , connect with No (>(> and No 57.
Tho afternoon tiain leaving Ben
ncttevillo at 7 p. m. gives Bennett?
ville people au opportunity io inkt
iiniii8 No 50 and No 27.
Don't You Lovo Flowers Y
ll HO, and you want Homo prettj
pots of all fliy.ea in which to pl.no
them, call at tko Hordwaro stor
and you can ne BU ired.
Bennettsv?le & Clieraw Railroad
.?ftt?/.-t?l?-nK Ai' --lil ?.ui.oA.. . . 'j
asa ^ v J^,^??I-??-A^:_Star
IN EFFECT M'KH. 6, 1905,
WEST HOUND FROM BBNNBTTSVILLK
No. I. No. :?.
Lv lionne VI ville V 05 a IM 7 OD p ilk
Lv Islay 7 15 a ID 7 15 |> nv
Lv Madeline 7 20 a m 7 20 p ta
Lv Everett's 7 30 u m 7 3.0 put
Lv It by 7 35 n m 7 '10 p nu
Lv Fro U 7 40 a m 7 -15 p ni
Wive Kollock 7 45 a m 7 55 p lui
Arrive Clieraw ...'.?.J?..fi,.'jV
KA8T BOUND FROM CJIHUAW.
No. 2. No. >|.
Lv Clieraw 0 15 p tu
Lv Kollock S IO a ni 9-10 p tu
Lv Frost H S 20 a nt 9 43 p ni
Lv Irby 8 30 a ni 9 17 p ui
I bv Everett 8 40 a in 9 52 p nt
MVi' uiu * 50 5 m : . fol
i ?it'i Inlay 9 t/O ;i tit )0 OA ,. m
I Af. ??iM-r, ' . .';'.! ? 9 I j a ai |0,2jl | lo
tW>n?h /in' .
?.; ? .-i, t vu C. JU. ..v... .. . -illu.
'min No I, Train No 2 eoineotH willi A.
O. L local freight north and eoulh bound.
AT KoT'i'OOK-Train No? 1 and 2 con
nect with north and eon th bound ?, A. h.
AT CiihliAW-Train No 3 oonncit- with
north and south bound S A h train?,
nul train No 4 connecta With north bound
A. L traiiiH
A. J. MATHESON,
V. I*, and Cen. Man.
WHEN YOU ARE IN iSEKO
- OF - .. ;
MON UMEN TS,
Or anything in my lino, don't
Ibiget to call ou me, at my placo of busi
ness nour the Atlantic Coast Lino and tko
Seaboard Air Li.io Passenger Depots,
or write tuc. Designs and Prices
furnished on application.
I Phone No. 95.
J W. McELWEE.
January 25. 1905.
SHINGLES ANJO IVOODi
Yellow Pine Shingles.
Best Cypress Shingles Two
Foot Wood, Four Foot Wood
and ?lov? Wood.
For salo by
P, C F.manuel.
for childrens tafo, euro. Mo optatoii
li VJ VT u Thoroughbred
18 for only 50 con!s home du?
livery-10 ot? extra for packing
and delivering to Express oflico.
MOOOLL, S. 0.
mareil 8. H. F. 1). 2.
WE STILL PEED
WHKN in town and you v.not u i.'iiod
inoal, remember wo can M?rvo y< u,
A good moid for 25c. lb ulam ant
novth of the Market.
FRESH OYSTERS il; pvftty eulo,
D. J. PLAYBOY
Knocked In Tho Head And Cut
To Pieces With a t?&
Mr. W. J, Baldwin tim <(P>.of
Mau" Im? some UK il rio hoof that
ban ever been knocked tn th?hoa?
or cut to puces with a [tul?e, it.
i* kept nico and fresh nil tho time.
Loin, porterhouse at?l roundtdenk,
eut jiiflt right for tko pun. Hat)
) i froBh fish and oysters every Sat?
el imlay. Good Weight, mensuro
und quick delivery, dill, phono