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Friday D?oomber 8, 19?5,
$9ix months. .BO
Threo months. .25
SALESDAY IN DECEH1IK11.
A I.AUGK CltOWD-PLENTY DOING.
Tho first Monday in December,
and the last snlesday in J90?, was
a big day. A crowd almost as largo j
as circus day assembled carly. The
interest began with auction sales of
horses and mules on tho square by
J. F. David, and tho auction salo at
C. S. McCall's store by Chas? F..
About ll o'clock tho Farmers'
Association met in tho court house
re-organized and thou listened to
two (ino addresses, one by Prest E.
D. Smith and thc other by F. H.
AVcston, both full of good advice
and counsel for tho future, which is
full of knotty problems to bc han
dled by tho farmers of the south if
they wish to control thc sales of the
products of the farm.
Messrs E. C. Newton and James!
vody had some lino exhibits of
Tho following sales wore]
dork of court Mr. J.
jfild, 100 acres, in
>n, sold for a
io section, was sold to
darner for $4720.
iii) A acres of tho "Rob" Adams
old homestead in Adamsville, was I
purchased by W. J. Adams for the]
sum of $2150.
Thc Hamilton lands in Hebron,
231 acres, was bought by Philip Ol
Emanuel for $11,300.
120 acres of the John Calhoun
land near Clio was purchased by D
Ki Wright for $7,800.
A largo number of our friends
called to sec us and make us feel
glad and return thanks.
The Farm Ahead.
The farm is not only the prop
or placo to roar boys but it is also
tho placo to develop mon. Tho
followiug from tho Groeuvillo
Nows aro fitly spoken words :
"Tho two greatest institutions
"< fenrnintfari roV: 1 V
J;?rni, and ?I is ijufef oj' ?-H- .
d.u. s tho liest, wt;i li, Tho gi'tiuutf.iiiia
ot the fawn i-: homing the even.-:
in (lii6i.it KS n?tuiy jif&c'v \\s the
grodimt? ->f Mx college '? ? ? s:
\\ .<.L,.?i.ittvOii ??to nut ti college
mau, but ho was a good farmer.
If education could bo brought to
whore ovory young man could
have equal training on tho farm
and in tho collogo, thon woul^ we
lia ve the ideal education.
Killed Near Shannon, N. C
The body of young Gary Chnvis, n
son of Mr. Laurence Chavis, now liv
ing noar Shannon, who was shot Inst
Friday while out bird hunting near
is'homo, was brought down Saturday
night on the train and takon to his old
home in Smithville and laid to rest at
Prospect nemotery on Sunday, Rev.
Frank Quick conducting tho service.
Wo have no definite particulars,
only that Gary with two youug white'
friends was out bird hunting. They
were joined by a young colored mau.
They soon found a covey, and tho two]
young friends advanced, Gary next
tho colored man in tho roar. As thc
birds flushed Gary fired, as also did
tho calorod man. Gary killed his bird
and then snouted that ho had been
shot, having received a load in the
back, which no doubt was fired by the
man in the rear, as the young men say
thoro wero only two shots fired. Mr.
Clmvis had No 7 shot and tho colored
' o kind found in
ie shooting. It
Thanksgiving Day 1905 was a
clear but cold and windy ono.
AV hilo there was not a general
suspension of work, yot the streets
had ji Sunday appoareuoc as most
of f e stores wero closed and thoro
was but little hanging around.
Services were held at tho Presby
terian church and tho orphans
wero remembered. Brother Mil
ton Mclaurin with special con
tributions oarriod gifts to tho in
mates at thc Poor Farm. Our
peoplo live well, but there was a
Scarcity of turkey dinners in this
town sure. Owing to sorehead
cholera anti high price-), ducks
g?CSO and fat hens I nul to supply
tho pince. Quito a number wont
lo tho .smamps anti fields hunting,
while others took tho day to make
changes. A few found plcnsuro
in filling up on "bugjuioe." Only
ono accident reported. A tenant
on Mr. Mathcsou'.s Egypt farm
was thrown from a wagon in a
runaway and had his hip broken
and shudder dislocated.
Going to Raeford.
Mr. Ii, I). Ivoy, a clover farmer
of Olio section, has sold his farm
to Mr. Julius Smith of Hebron
anti has bought a place at Raoford
N. G., and will niovo up as soon as
ho can sell his prosant property,
He will haye an auction salo to
day. Ho is a #ood Citizen and wo
regret to loac him,
The semi-centeuniai exercises ai ibo i
Pi-fshvten-tD church Sum?a/ ,m? wail :
attended and tho program carried out
without a break in spite of inclement
In the morning Dr. McLeod, tho
pastor, reud au iuteresting history of
tho church from its oignni/.Uiou in
18G5 to tho present, lull of data that
will bo presorved aud cherished.
lu tho afternoon, D. S. McAlistor,
tho boloved pastor in 1877, delighted
a largo cougregatiou with rcnmmcotn
ees for many years, full of interest.
Tho preveuted ahsonco of tho Revs
Gillespie, Bailey, Hodgetts, Burwell
and Jennings were deeply regretted, 1
but trio cheerful laces of Mis \V B. 1
Corbott, now of Camdon, the wife ol
tho saintly minister'whoso body rcsl> 1
in Evergreen cemetery, and Mr J. B
Kelly, now of Tarboro, a supt of the
?undsy Behool for two years, revived
pleasant memories of tho days that are
?ouo, but not forgotten.,
At night Bov. J. II Thornwoll, sm
of tho fi rat pastor, preached an allie .
i-ermon on "Tho True We. fa re of the
Church," full of interest and oncour
agement to faithful workers, Rov. T.
E Morris brought greetings from tho
The enlivening musi? was tho best
heard for sometime. Tho 'centennial
hymn' was tho crowning lent uro :
1 Our fathom' God to thoo wo raiao
The authoui of our grateful praiao.
Inepiro ?aoh thought, rojoioo oaoh boart-,
7'ho spirit of thy gruco impart.
2 Within thoso hallowed walls wo moot,
Thy goodoona through tho paat repeat.
Itioh mcroioH crown tho era dono,
O Saviour ! bleaa tho opening ono.
3 Tho century foll "from out thy hand,'*
Tho daya and hours ''Uko graiiiB of Hand."
Tho ohuroh our fathers planted thou
Wo oonnecrato to theo agaiu,
4 Tho pooplo thou hast led for yearn
Of joy and Borrow, h.ipos and fsa*--.
Lead on; bring all within thy fold ;
I Lot tho now ago surpass tho old.
! Consolidated Loclgo, No. 15. K of P
There will bo on election of tho ofheore
of tho Knights of Pythias on Monday night
Decombor i8, 1905. Tho mombora aro r?
quoBtcd to bo prcfiont.
G. D, EAST KUI.INO,
s Deo, 5, 1905. K R. ft.
Terrific Race Witli Doath,
** Death was last, approaching,"writes
Ralph F, Fernandez, of Tampa, Fla.,
describing his fcarlul race with death,
"as a result of liver trouble and heart
disease, which had robbed me ol sl?cp
and ol all interest in hie. 1 had tried
many difleront doctors and several med
?chics, but gol no benefit, until I began
to use Electric Bitters, So wonderful
was their eflect, that in three days 1
felt like a new man, and today 1 am
cured of all may troubles." Guaranteed
at J, T. Douglas's drug store; price 50c
l. ?1 Vi j.)! I.'
4 vt V Are
It is a pleasure to take Dr. Dade's Lit
tle Liver PlllF and enjov their tonic cL
lect upon tlie liver. Sold hy Marlboro
.top? tb? oou^h ?md hoalsluntfs
Ready for Your Orders.
Tho Clio Novelty M'i'g Works will
get up your Bill for Fluming, Ceiling,
Germane Siding & Weatherboarding,
as well os your House trimmings
Door, Sash, Blinds, Grills and Man"
ties, promptly and cheaply. See them'
lor anything in the building line thc)
will save you money.
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Flowers I Flowers I
Mrs. Jno S. Moore has a line
lot of Geraniums, Begonias
Ferns, Palms and other plants,
woll rooted, that she desires to
sell Cuttings 2fio per dozen,
The Democrat and McCall's
Magazine-an excellent Lady's
Book for $1.50
The Sunny South and the Demo
crat for only $1.50
Thc Tri-Weekly Atlanta Consti
tution and DEMOCRAT one year
for only $1,75. This is the cheap
est reading ever offered.
?LL pomona aro forbidden to lot Stock
run at largo on any lauds belonging to
cither of tho undorslgnod or to troHpaRH in
any manner. John \V, Quick,
Nov. 1. 1905 Mr?3 M. Quick.
HAVING sold my Farm in Red
Bluf! 1 will sell ut public a dion
on Thursday, Decombor l l, such of
tho Personal Property as may not bo ?old
boforo, combating of
Farming Implements, Com,
Fodder, Hay, Cotton Seed, Hoga,
Bugglos, Wagons, Cane Mill and
Separator, and many oilier
articlea needed on a farm.
Salo to commenco nt io o'clock ut my
rosldenoo, II, 13, WILLIS.
Novomhor 2'/, 1905. 2
Citation For Letters of Administration
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Marlboro-By Milton
McLaurin, Judge of Probate.
11KKKAK, Oardosia Franklin hath
mado suit (0 UK; lo grant unto him
Letters ol' Administration of iho Kstate
of and Kffcofa of Rober! M olino, dee'd ;
These aro therefore lo cite and nd mon*
iah all and singular tho kindred and Cred
?l?rs of ihe said Robert MoRao, ad>
censed, (lint Ihey he and appear before
QIC, in the Court of Probate IO be held at
Bonnetlsvillo, S? C., on tho 13th of Dec*
ember, after publication thereof, at ll
o'clock in the forenoon, lo show causo, ?f
any they have, why tho said Adminis
tration should not bo granted.
Given under my hand, thc 29th day of
Novomhor Anno Domini 100ft.
Reo, li 1906, Judge of Probate
Qnppomngs Among the Fooplo In 'Shin
Dear Editor.AH I have not
aeon anything from iuis section
in your valuable paper for some
time and as the harvest is pass
ed, "Stray Coon" will try his
Small grain is looking line.
Some of our farmers have be
gun to prepare for another crop.
A good many changes are be
ing made in our section.
We regret to lose an old
friend and neighbor Mr. P. C.
Monly, who sold his place to
Mr. J, T. Brigman and bought
w farm over in Robeson county
and is moving this week. Mr.
W. V. Hogers 1ms bought the
t)ld Bruce place from A. J.
Mathesom and is making some
improvements on it.
Mr. J. E. Rogers has bought
out Mr. J. E. Napier of Oak
Gr rove, Marion county, and his
nephew Mr. Jule Rogers will
manage the place next year.
Mr. Napior will move to Geor
Mr. Gray McKay lias resign
ed his position as book keeper
for Mr. C. P. Hodges and has
accepted a position with Uncle]
Sam, ns assistant paetmaster at
Marion, S. C.
Mr\ J. W. Bryant of Hamer
S. O., spent a few days in Brow
nsville last week.
Mrs J. H. (Jarrabo, Sr, lias re
turned from an extended visit
to her brother A. B. Bryant over
in Robeson county.
Messrs N. B, and R. D. Rog
ers ol your town spent Thanks
giving in our section.
Dec. 4, 1905.
Homicide In Sniitkvillo.
On Friday last about noon at
thc homo of Mr. Levina in Smith
ville, Mr. Walker Swott son ot
thc late Rey. Nathan L. Swott,
waa so budly beaten over tho head
by Mr. Duncan Grant, that he
died Saturday night. An inquest
wa8 held on Sunday and tho re- j
mains laid to rest on Monday at
tho Adams cemetery.
Mr. Grant came down Monday
and surrendered to Sheriff Gr eon
and was j laced in jail. Not until
Solicitor Johnson investigates,
will wo got tile full history o? the
case. There let it rest ior tho air
is full of statements unfavorable
to both parties, who uro (rora good
families iu Smithville. Mr. Swett
leaves a wife and three children,
and two sisters-ono of them Mrs.
VV. L. Pearson ot our town. It ?8
a sad occurrence.
x,... o. J/. Lo Kia killed_
day that weighed 415.
The Grand Lodge A. F. M.,
meeta in Charleston next Tues
Still In Tho Ring.
EDITOR MARLBORO DEMOCRAT ;
Dear Sir-I Bond horowith ft Hlatoment
in rcforonfio to yield of tho oolloo tho seed
of wliioh I hiivo boen Helling and pluming
for Hovorid yoarfl :
1213 lbB. of Heed colton ginned nt tho
gin of Drigtfers hrofl., nour Clio, mid woigh
cd by them. Tho halo W?IH weighed again
nt Clio by McHBrH II, K. Med o tyro and (J
II Wooc?loy pnblio wcighora and weighed
640 Ibu. not, making nn overngo of 45 hw
Lint to tho hundred poonda aaod cotton.
Respectfully, P. S. STUBBS.
?K]>"' Samples of tho aood cnn bo seen ftt
Tho Democrat Oillco.
No CftSo Of Pneumonia on itooord.
We do not know ot a single instance
where a cough or cold resulted in pncu
monia or consumption when Foley's
Honey and Tar had been taken. ll
cures coughs and colds perleclly, so do
not take chances with some unknown
preparation which may contain opiates,
which cause constipation, a condition
that retards recovery Irom a cold. Ask
lor Foley's Honey und Tar and reluse
any substitute offered.
Ono Hundred (ind forty B?X Aerea Land
part cleared and part well timbered. Four
milos Bust of Clio. A bargain for some,
body if nppliod for noon.
Also, throo nico millen, ono Ilorso, Hug
gy and Wagon. Fanning Implomonts,
Coen and Fodder and live head of cattle.
L. I). Ivey,
Nov 23 1905, Clio, S. ?,
You'll (Ind the Shoos that give tho best
satisfaction aro tho ones that aro
SHOES FOU COMFORT
As woll as to wear well aro what wo
iii to your l'e?t. Von (loll 1 haVO io
be buying 'foot caso' and corn plas
ters if you wear OUR SHOKS Seo
our new stock and buy a pnir.
J. O. TAYLOR & OO.
Next il?oir lo Wv'ftthorly's
NoNOiuber 33, 1905.
TIM WOK'S ALMANAC FO? -9C I
Thc Rev. Irl lt Hicks Aimai .,
be published lor i?o6. but hi ? M
Journal, WOKO AND WOKK II
Changed Into a hrge anti co .uv M
zinc and it will contain his <
weather forecasts and other as * t ? II
features complete. The Nove; .
ber, now ready, cont tins the 1 :
Irom .January to June 1906 I lie .1 1
uary number, ready Decembt . lb,
contain the forecasts from July to U
ember, 1906. The price ol this ipi
Magazine isuinc dollar a yen.
and you wilPte>ve it. Thc .
and January numbers con Inn
Rev. Irl R Kicks lorecasts fo- tl .
year, and more complete tba . vi
ne had by sending at once , et 1
Word and Works Publishing 1 i
2201 Locust Street, St. Louis, Mo,
Saved by Dyiiaiiii >,
Sometimes, a Haming city ls
dynamiting a space that the '
cross, Sometimes, a cough h .
long, you leel as it nothlnpr bul dj 1- tj.
mite would cure it. /.. T. Gray. I h
houn. Ga , writes: "Mv wile I
iggrivated cough, which kop
nights Two physicians cou
her; so she took Dr. King's
covery lor Consumption. C
Co'(ls,Which eased her COUR
sleep, and finally cured her Strli l\
scientific cure lor bronchitic
Crippe. At J. T. Douglas's
price 50c and $100; guaran
ARE YOU a Constitu?
1B ohero a good ono at your
Did ho over solicit your nul
If your field is not fully
write today for an a gen ev. H
proposition ever mada to
Ijivo ogVnf8 wa ted all ovo
Subscriptions easy to take
your pocket for t very ordo
today. Tho Atlanta Con
PlrntiiiK Foloy's llonoy 11
Foley & Co., Chicago, orgi
ey and Tar as a throat and lu
and on account ol thc great
popularity of Foley's Hone
many inundations are offei
genuine. These worthless i
have similar sounding name
of them. The genuine Fob
and Tar is in a yellow pack;
for it and refuse any substh
thc best remedy for coughs a
G>. B, Hurhans Tostllloa aitor
(J. B Durnans ol Carlisle
Y., Writes: "About lour ye
wrote you stating that 1 had I
ly cured ol a severe kidney
taking less than two bottles
Kidney Cure It entirely s
brick dust sediments, and pal
ptoms ol" kidney disease d
I am glad to say that I have
a return ol any ot these synij
ing thc four years that have ?.
I am evidently cured to stay
heartily recommend Foley
Cure to any one suffering lr
or b'addcr trouble."
Ben netts ville l'l
A Ch'eepinff Deat
Blood poison creeps up tc
?heart, causing death. j.
Hell Plaine, Minn., writes thf
ftluKRieh Iiivor a Foo to Am"
You can not accomplish ve
ll your liver is inactive as you '
your eyes are heavy and slight
you. Orino Laxative Fruit Syr
lates the liver and bowels and r
feel bright and active. Orino
Fruit Syrup does not nauseate
and is mild and very pleasant
Orino is more, effective than
ordinary cathartics. Rcltise si
Von can apply Man/an insi
where the pain is It is put tl
lapsible tubes with nozzle attac
introducing it. Man/an stop:
stantly anti cures all kinds
bleeding, itching and protrlld
Sold by Marlboro Drug Comp;
Cleared For Actio
When the body is cleared f
by Dr. King's New Lile pills,
tell it by the bloom ol heall!
cheeks; the brightness ol the
firmness ol the flesh and mu;
buoyancy ol the mind. Try
J. T Douglas's drug store, 25
STATIC OF SOUTH CAB
McLnurin, Judge of Prob
WIIKURA8, Annie Ulta Swott
Bult to mu to grunt unto
of Administraci?n of thc Estate
of Wnlkor N Stroll, deceased ;
Thoso uro therefore to cito un '
nil uiul singular tho kindred ui
of tho said Walker N. Swelt, dc
they hu und appear heforo mo i
of Probate to bo held nt Beni
tho 19th day of December, 1905
lioation thereof, ut 11 o'clock
noon, to show cailSO, if any tilt
mv i i i ad ministration iihould not
(liven under my bund, thin
December, A. 1)., 1905.
Dec 8, 1905. ,) nd go of
NOTICE OF FINAL DISC
L] A VI NO lliin (lay filed in
I I Judge's Oflioo of Marlboro
final return ii? Guardian of CHA
ANNIIC MOLAURIN, Not too in h
that I will ii>:;j'.y to said court
iluy of January 1906 for Lettors
UH such Guardian,
j. o. MCLAURIN, G
Doo. 4, 1905,
1 hereby warn any und nd p<
hiring or harboring my wife Ali
throe children, Murilla aged K
and Llzzlo aitod 12 yeaiH, who h
for nd i'.!a.t C:V.!KC and ure now !
from my homo. I will proscm
who vlolutcH Ibis notion after pt
Dunbar, December 4, 1905.
Warning Not i
ALL pomona uro horoby f
trcppuHH in uny niunnor n
my hindu in Marlboro county, un
grazing atocle, 'jutting huulii g 1 1
with dog and gnu. I will onfo
ngainut all who vioiato thin not
Deo, 5, 1905. LBW IS C
TE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF MARLBORO.
In thc Court ot Common Pleas.
Tum m, W, O. Tatura, Wado II.
tal oc ai<d Ob?tt?i* loftui&n, oo-patfc
u trading tu tim namo and stylo of F.
Tatum Sous & Company, Plaintiff*),
M. M. MoDouald, Defendant,
Summons, For Belief, Complaint
0 Dofondant M. Af, McDonald,
it arc hereby Summoned and rcquir
anpwor tho complaint in this action,
1 \.s filed in tho ofiico of tho Clork of
iourt of Common Pleas in and for
Jounty ami Statu aforosidd, aud to
a copy of your nnswof'Pq ,the Haid
duint on tho subset ihor at his ol
in BENNKTTSVIM.K. . S, C, within
y days after tho BOr\ loo hereof, ox
ro ol' tho day of suth sci vice ; nud
ti fail to nnswor tho com phd nt wit b>
o timo uforosaid, th.- plaintiff in
notion will apply lo the Court for
oliof duuuindcd in tho oom plaint.
ted September 28tli. A, 1)., 1005.
BAL.] J. A. DtiAKK, Clerk.
1?, W. BOUCHIER,
ie Defendant M, M. McDonald :
iU will please lake notice that the
mons in this action, the above being
>y. together with the Complaint has
tiled in the ollicc of the Clerk of the
t of Common Pleas lor Merlboro
ity, and that Judgment will be de.
lcd against you in accordance with
irayer ol said complaint, this 24th
?f October 1905,
T. W, DOUCHIKR,
Benncttsville, S. C.
Tn? PUBLIC TO KNOW that I am now
prepared to THRASH PISAS O? *boit
uottoo nt fair prloes and Batlsfaotiun miar
an iced or uo pay pay. 1 oau ton mi at
Mrs A. Y. Monro's Plaoo, R V. D. No. 4.
W. M. ?Tunns,
Nov. io Bennottsvlllo, Bt 0,
03- Fiio IiiBuranoo lu beet Companies
our Bpeolultv. Lifo Iiuuranoo pnrfcotcd.
Its to your interest to soo what wo odor.
Crosland A Tyson,
Phono 212 "Tho Insurnnco Men."
HURRY OP ORDERS.
PERSONS wanting tho "BRBKDBN
FCI.DINO STALK CUITJGH" on
Truck VVheol8 will pleaso put in their1
orders nt once, as I shall nuiko only a j
limited number. Otherwiso orders|
may not bo filled when wanted.
Shall carry Cutters for wagon wheels
filso. W. M. DRESDEN,
Benncttsvillo, S. C., lt F.D. 4.
Oct 13, 1905.
Wo oro now prepared to Insurol
your country dW?llings aud other pro
perty. Soe when your policy expires
and get our ratts.
CROSLAND & TYSON.
Phone 212. ' The Insuranco Men.''
KAUM FOR SALE.
XTY.FHJF. (65) AORKS, about 40
5 cleared. Oj miles trom Bennetts
3i miles Irom B & C. Railroad.
two good dwellings, two barns',
les and all necessary outbuildings
e is well ditched, Improvement's,
e, would cost $750. Will sell thc
i during (he next 15 days lor $1000
re bargain. For lurther particulars
un H. W. Carroll, Benncttsville.
avember r, PJ05
gT" Heinz1 s Mineo Meat and
te niee 5 pound Fruit Cakes
at W. M. Rowe's.
Valuable Real Estate
- INCLUDING! -
FOR SALE BY
H. Ci NEWTON,
G. C. MORRISON,
- DKAIJKR IN -
trie al and Plumbing Supplies.
Electric Lamps a Speoialty.
Hayer (.'iff/ ISleetric Plant,
. ono 114, Pcnnottnvillo, S. C.
jf" Report all troub'o willi tho linea or
t liglitH to tho abovo.
NM Three horse Karin about a mile
i thc town ol' Red Springs, in good
i of cultivation. Good uramo house
no Th reo horse lunn ?bout one half
(rom thc town of Lumhcrton, in a
. stale of cultivation
ie Four horse farm in iii?' lower end
lobcson county, oh Shoe Heel Creek,
it 8 miles below Maxton and about S
a from Rowland.
ill rent any of these f..rms for thc
I906i and for a longer period to par
who tuc recommended as real gaod
i crt?. For further informa (ion
Apply to A. W. MCLEAN,
i)t 5, Lumberton, N. C.
t fail to nco or write mo boforo placing
ir orders for your PORTRAIT Worn;.
ti? nearly 4 years experience and rep
3i)ling ono of tho boat Chicago CO'H. ,
ni prepared lo suit you. High giado
rk a Bpoolalty, Roepeotfully
J. P, PISELE, McOoll, 8. 0.
?TIGE OF FINAl DISCHARGE.
Estate of Ceo. W. Taylor.
^VINC. filed in the Probate Judge's
office ot Marlboro County my final
rn as administrator ol the personal
te of George W, Taylor, deceased,
cc is hereby given that I will apply
lid Court tor a final discharge thirty
from this date as administrator
.-said. (',, W. WADDILL,
:t 25, 1905. Adm'r.
cak Ky??M ,11 aide Strong,
laying US IJ Pit your Eyes up with a
h a pair of Puro OryHtalino IJOIIBCH.
uaraiitoo to mdt yin or refund your
mo' oy-tliat'H our plan.
>S aro tho Lowest oohslatent with
SAM J. PEARSON,
JEWELER ANU OPXIOIAN,
anontly located at
\ R N N KT TSV I hp K, S. U,
-Winter is Coming
PTOTECT YOUR ROOFS
From Fire and make them Wa
ter Proof and Preserve Your
Shingles also Tin, Iron, Paper
Hoofs by applying
w. JAY MCDONALD'S
Patent Fire, and Waterproof
Cement Root Paint.
$181,000 dollars worth of
property sa ved in Bennettsyille
from ruin, by the nse of the
it l)()l?:s NOT (JOSTyou a FORTUNE
to Paint your Hoof. See MCDONALD
or W, P. Bil FF DION, Jr., ami kt them
Kxaniino Your Kool or make prices.
V'ull explanation given in a personal
interview, or by letter. Special prices
hy thc Barrel, We are now manufactu
ring this paint in Bcnnettsville, S. C.
Address all enquiries to
McDonald Hoof Paint Co.
Eennottsvillo, S, C.
JtWy Don't forget that I have a nice
largo Refrigerator in which to keep
Butter, Cheese, Lard, Fruits and all
perishable goods fresh and cool during
the .'ni m mer months. W. M. Ho wo
A\?li percions uro warned ngnhiHt trespass
ing iii any manner upon any of my lund
or lands under my control, either by walk
ki?, riding, cutting, hauling, hunting, ?sh
lng, grii/.'uitf B too tc, or otherwiiio, undor tho
donaltios of tho Inw,
Oot 18 1905 . S. P. WKIQIIT.
FOR SALE I
Parties in want of first class
Lumber can get it from
A. J. J ON KS,
Oct 18. Blenheim, lt. F. D. 1.
TO THE PUBLIC.
I beg te inform nly patrons and publie
generally that thc recent lire did not put
\no out of business-only my Qun and
Bicycle shop was burned. I had moved
my Jo wei ry ami kindred lines some time
before to thc hugo new Moro in Iront of
Douglas' Drug Store where I am better
prepared than over to serve the publie in
Hcpair work and in improving your Fye
sight. Conic and *cc mo.
8. J. PuARSON,
ttif" For tho present my Bicycle
and Gun Shop will be located in thc
Market building, where my man will
bo glad lo seo you and lill orders.
* * * A A ** ?k ?Mt A ?*?'?*? A A A A A ^ A A A A -f-*^ ^,
- Homo seokers will find
profit in reading Mr. H. 0 Now
ton's otfor in another column,
Practical Pharniacist and Deafer In
furo ?rugs and patent ?Medicines.
WE ?LSD CARRY I
CHEMIC A LS,
TOILET and Fancy Articles,
UHUS HES, SPONGES,
PAIN TH, OILS,
BRUSHES of all klndi/
VARNISH and STAINS,
LAMPS, SHADES, Eto.
FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours
and guaranteed to be of the Purest Drugs and at
A full line O?rden Seed & Onion Sets
Thankful for paat patrouago youra for n prosperous now year.
Jaaoury 1, 1905.
J. T, DOUGLAS.
AT THU OLD STAND
WE HANDLE BARGAINS TOO,
NO USE TO WORRY, BUT COME RIGHT ON TO
IIP YOD -w^Tsrw
Dry Groods, Clothing, Shoes, N otions
And Fancy Groceries.
t?TF^esh Wator Ground MEAL and HOMINY a sp in ty.
Wo Koop a full liuo in each Department and will fill . u Wnnlt ia each
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
When you como to Town call and soo us. Phono ord...: iu to wa do ?
FRn;E, and satisfaction guaranteed,
?all and seo us-Near Douglas' Drug Store,
BUTTT HARDWARE CO.,
MR HARDWARE Ol? BM ISCR1PTM.
WE ARE NOW OPENING UP ONE OP THE LARGEST
and NICEST LINES OF
Buggies and Harness
EVER OFFERED ON THIS MARKET
We BUY in CAR LOTS and are therefore in position to make
You very Close Prices,
SEE t/S BEFORE RVYING IT WILL PAY YOU.
YUH will always find our Mr. Throop Crosland at
Our Repository, on north side Of Public Square, who
will gladly show you our lines and MAKE CLOSEST PRICE
July 20, 1905.
-THE DIRECT WAY
BE NN ETI1 S VILLE & CHER AW R. R.
AIR LINE RAILWAY.
Loavo Bonnottsville *7.05 a. m., 7.00 p. m.
Arrive Choraw 8.10 p. m.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
* Direct connections at Choraw with through trains to
tho North, East, South and Wost.
The short lino and nuickeat (imo to Wilmington, Charlotte, Atlanta,
Raleigh, Hichmond, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Now York,
Bostou. Buffalo, Pittsburg and all points North and East. A
Tho ehort line and quiekest time to Columbia, Savannah, Jncksouvillo,
Tampa. Montgomery, New Orloans and all points South ?nd Wost.
Pot further information call on J, T. MEDLIN, agent Bonnottsvillo &
Ohoiaw R. Lt.. Rcnncttsvillo.S. C., or address R. h. BURROUGHS
T. P A.. SEABOARD Am LINK RY.. Columbia, S. C.
CHARLES l?\ STEWART, A. (3. P. A., S.A.L, Ry, Savannah, Go.
Makes poor horses and mules fat without bloating. It
docs this by first thoroughly cleansing the system ol
all impurities, allowing perfect assimilation of food,
thereby creating solid muscle and fat.
H?r&?S and mules improve in appetite and spirits
after thc first few doses, the hair sheds, and the new
coat is always sleek and glossy.
Ashcraft's Condition Powders are packed in doses,
without "filler," and good foi horses anet mules only.
It is a most powerful tonic and appetizer, being the
formulai of a practical veterinarian of over a quarter of a century's
experience. It is easily the foremost remedy in its, class on tho
American markot to-day. Price 25 cents package,/^
SMITH, NEWTON, Hetmettsville, S; C.
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