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BENNETTSYILLE, S, 0.
HY S. A. imo WW A CO.
Office on Marion Htreet Opposite
Friday Deoembor 8, 1905.
?wr ifW? Gorvemment.
MAYOR-P. A. Hodges
ALDERMEN-WP. Breeden, Jr, 0. S
Chaffin, A. G. Sinclair, E. Powers.
CLKRK & TREASURER-Milton Mc
laurin, Office open dally.
POLtOB-W T Kelly, WM Alkiosou
^100 Howard $100.
The readers ol this paper will be p'ea
lied to learn that there is at least ono
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 positive cure now know) to the medi
do fraternity. Uatarrh being a constitu
tional disease, requires a constitutional
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is tak*
en internally, aetiug djrcctly upon the
blood and mucous surface ol the system,
thereby destroying thc foundation of the
disease, and giving the patient strength
by building up the constitution and as*
aisling naturo in doing its work. The
proprietors have so much laith in its
curative powers that they ofTer One Hun
dred Dollars tor any case that lt tails to
cure. Send for list ot testimonials.
Address P. j. CHENKY & co., Toledo o.
Sold by all Druggists. 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipa
Bennettsville Church Directory
MBTUODIST-T. E. Mourns, P. C.
Sunday aohool 3 30 p. m. Preaching at
A 1.00 a. m. and7.30 p.m. Prayer meet
- j .. pyemngat 8.00 o'olook.
Buperiutemioi ? '?' school, Phil. A.
li ot! ge?.
' fl Ford, PaHtor.
uuuu?, 11w rt. Preaching Sun
day at 11.00 a. m., and '/..'mp. m. Prayer
meeting Thursday evoning at 8 o'olook.
Superintendent of Sunday sohool, II. W
PRESBYTERIAN-Bunyan McLeod Ph.
D., Pastor. Sorvioos every Sabbath
(summer) lia. m. and 8 p. m.; (winter)
11a. tn. and 7.30 p. m< Prayer mooting
Thursday 5 p. m. Scats free. Strangers
cordially invited. Sunday Hchool every
Sunday 10 a. m. Superintendent, J. T.
Dudloy. All parents and children mado
wclcomo at the sohool.
*- EPISCOPAL-Hov. O. W. Boyd, Rootor,
Proaohing ovory BOCOIK! and fourth Sunday
at II a. m., and 7.30 p. ni. Sunday
sohool at 9.30 a. m. Dr. J. A. Faison,
TAX NOTICE !
OKFICK OK COUNTY TRBABUBBB,
IOTJ0U ia lirtccVy ?ni h>) ..
fdr ?ho oo)l?i,tion ol V, : . ;
f?utityf*J th? HiX'til yy>> ? tatt
w?ry /oo?, w'Hl ?..> <.!>...) I i can
Ohle in BOWUI li ? t: . ? . y 6 v'
l6tb, 1905, and will roranin opon until tho
Jiet of Deoembor, without penalty. After
that dato the ponalty will ho added on all
unpaid Taxes. Tho tax lovy this year is
Stato tax ,r)A mills
Ordinary County tax OA milla
Constitutional Behool tax <} mills
Total tax levy 15 mills
The following is tho lovy for Specia
Bohoold : N
Beunottavillo 4 mills
Tatum, 4 mills
Willie, 2 mute
Antiooh, 2 mills
Boauty Spot 3 milla
Boykin 2\ mili?
Brightevillo 2 j mills
Kollook, 2 J mills
Beater, 2*] milla
OLIO, 2 i milla
??bonezor, 2 milln
McOoll, 4 milla
Ci.io, for bonds, 5 milla
Poll tax of One Dollar on all malo per
MODS botwoon tho agoB of 21 and 60 yours,
exoopt Confedorato Holdiera and those
Othorwiso exempt by law.
Commutation Bond Tax of Ono Dollar
on all able bodied malo poraons from 18 to
50 year? of ago.
J. H. THOMAS,
Treeti8urer Marlboro County,
Directory of Bennettsville Lodges
CONSOLIDATED LODOK No. 15, K. of
P., niootv ovory scoond and fourth Mon
day nights at 7.30 o'olock.
J. W. LeGrand, (J. C.
0. D. Kastorling, K. of lt. & S.
MARLBORO LODOB NO. 88, oicota at
Benncttsvillo, Friday evoning, on or bo
fore oaoh full moon at 8 o'olook.
J. F. Kinnoy, W. M.
II. E. Stockton, Soorotary.
County Masonic Directory.
MARLBORO CHAPTER NO. 30 lt. A.
M., weeta itt Benncttsvillo on tho second
Friday of each month.
J. F. Kinney, H. P.
Hi E. Stockton, Secretary.
EUREKA Lonou No. 43, A. F. M..
meets <at McColl, oach Saturday after
noon, before tho full moon,at 4 o'olook.
AURORA LODOK NO. 33, A. F. M.,
meets at Clio, Saturday on or after each
full moon at 3 o'clock, p. rn,
J. T. Stanton. W. M.
T. A. Covington, Secretary.
BKUNS LODGE NO. 118 meeis on Fri.
day afternoon on or before each lull
rnoon at Blenheim at 3 o'clock.
J E. Rogers, W. M.
W. W. Bruce, Sec'y
WHIP! ThiftinAflu reennliir hnnwn AU Mio
A CLIO NOVELTY MANUF0TU?
KING 00 , wWL heroaftor ho known ae
THE OLIO NOVELTY MANUFAC
TURING WORKS, willi F. il. IVFY
?ole owner ?nd dirootor,
The Uteat improvod woooS^workinc
machines tro hoing plnood for ?o?m an
kiu> of Novolty work for buildors uso^M
'?*? no inn*
y wm ?w, A tva,
Mr. Edgar Townsend, now of
Georgia is home ona visit.
Miss Lola David ls spe nding a
few days in Dillon.
Mr. D. D. Norton of McColl
was down salosday and culled,
Mr. J. J. Coxe, now" of Shan
non, N. C., was hero S.vlosday.
Mr. Thos, Smith of Smithville
was here Thursday-no nows.
Mr. S.M. Spears of Ked Springs
is spending n few days in llebrou
Miss Marion Soaso of Marion
is visiting Miss May do Mathe
Mr. W. H. Kirkwood of Bothol
section was down Wednesday
Rev. T. E. Morris and P. A.
Hodgos will leave for conference
Kev. Rufus Ford attended the
State Convention and preached
it) Marion Sunday.
MrsB. A, Capel wont to Wil
mington last week to visit her
son Mr. T. J. Capel.
Miss Clara Covington who is
touching at Mullins spent
Thanksgiving at home.
Mr. D J. McDaniel of Beauty
Spot section was hero Saturday
and mado us a pleasant call.
We regret to learn that Mr N.
L. Gibson of Red Bluff has a se
vero case of typhoid fovor.
Dudley Moore, who luis been
spending some time in Alabama
has como home for a while.
Mr. and Mrs John S. Moore
spent Thanksgiving with their
daughter Mrs Wilcox tu Marion.
Dr. R. W. Halo of Brownsville
was up Saturday and called. He
was just back from a big deer
Mr. J. C. Quick of Red Bluff
was here salosday and called.
Fever at his homo has kept him
Mr. Jesse Ch av is of Smithville
was down Wednesday with his
mother and sister Miss Carrie,
Mr, George M. Webster was
in town Wednesday with some
fine sausage, &c-good eating at
his house now.
Mr. H ay nie Coningham is pre
paring to move over to Sumter,
Ho is a good farmer and wc re
gret to lose him.
Mr J. B. Ashcraft of Monroe
was here Monday for a while. Ho
sells tho best horse and cattle
powdors on tho market
Mrs John Watson and two little
sons Dick and Dupro, of Marion
have been spending a few days
i ed .... marlo ? .TOP
Mr. Robert Jennings, for sev
eral years manager of the Capi
tal City Cotton mill at Columbia
spent Thanksgiving hero with
relatives and friends.
Mr. Samuel Coxe of Browns
ville was up salosday and called
He has killed 10 deer this season"
Mr. J. R. Townsend has the li
nest deer hounds in thc State.
- Read the chango in Mr.
- You will not dread thc sound
of thc lire bell if you have an in
surance policy on furniture,
goods, store or residence with J.
K N O W L K D G E.
No person should weera glass un
less prescribed hy a reliable eye Spec
inlist; one thoroughly acquainted with
tho laws of light nod science of optics.
I will have Dr. Reese with mo from
now until Nov. 26th. Dont miss this
ICxainination fnc, that would cost
you high hy some specialist, Remem
ber the date, until November 25th.
S. J PEARSON.
PINE-ULES for the Kidneys
30 DAYS' TREATMENT FOR SI.OO*
It is difficult to cure a cough or lice
yourself Irom the discomforts ol a cold
unless you move the bowels. Bee's Lax.
itive Honey and Tar acts on the how?
els and drives all cold out ol the system.
For Group Whooplng-Cough, Colds,
and all Lung and Bronchial affections,
no remedy is equal to the original Bee's
Laxative Honey and Tar. A Liquid
Cold ('ure. Sold hy Marlboro Drug
Backache is never known io those
persons who lake an occasional dose ol
Pineules The value ofihe resin obtain,
ed hom tho Pine tree has lonjj been re
cognized in the treatment ol diseases ol
the bladder and kidneys. One dose ol
Pineules will give rebel, and one bottle
will cure. Sold by Marlboro Drug Co.
Tho Lav/ Against Trespassing!
Tho law against trespassing
mahen it n'misdornenrinr to go up
[on the lands of another to hunt,
fish, trap, gather fruit, straw,
cut limber or other wiso, without
permission of thc owner. Upon
conviction lor so doing, tho officer
trying thc CUBO shall impose a fine
of twenty dollars or imprisonment
at hurd labor sfor thirty days for
each and every offense.
No posting needed for this class
RING'S DYSPEPSIA TABLETS
p,ure IndlKoatlon omi St?inucl) Troiil>l0?
Abb pc nous ara wonici) not to fcronpiuif)
on any of my land? in any manner sud
oipccinlly hunting, cutting or hauling, on
pain of tho ponnlty for BO doing.
vi R. C. MCINTYKB,
j ^November 7? 1905,
TOWN AND COUNTY NJBWS,
- Masonic.} Pair closed 7th.
- Ful) moon next Monday.
- - Masons moot to-night.
-Tho shortest days aro hore.
- W. F. Eastorllbfc of Motioli
has our thanks for favors.
- December is tho month for
moving or swapping houses.
- Wo return thanks to Price
Covington of Hebron, for favors.
Fresh pork sausage at
W. M. Howe's.
- Sixteen days to Christinas
and shopping has already begun.
- Something doing in Bon
nettsvlllo this weok. Come and
Fresh Buckwheat and Maple
S y mi) afc
W. M. Rowe's.
- Mr. W. W. Bundy found
his buggy Monday that was taken
on circus day.
- Hannah King will clean and
repair your clothing-Shop near
LoGraud's law ?frico.
- Tho editor returns hearty
thanks to Mr. Robt C. Coxo for
two large hoads of old time col
- Tho wood question is got
ting to be a little serious with J
tho needy. What will they do
when tho freezes come ?
- Lo wiley's Chocolates and
Cocoa at W. M Howe's
Q?P" In every town and every
clime, White Rolls Cigarettes all
?feT- Mince Meat. Apple But
ter and cranberry sauce at
W. M. Rowe's.
- Shrimps, Lobsters and
Deviled crabs at
W. M. Howe's.
- Hog-killing weather, and
many largo ones have boon slau
Everything you eat will taste good
and do good il yon take Ring's Dyspep
sia Tablets. Sold by Marlboro Drug Co.
- Try a 2 lb eau of Chase and
Sanborns Red Seal BJ and Coffeo
if is linc for sale by
W. M. Rowe.
- Celery every Saturday at
W. M. Rowe's.
Try C. B. Hubbard for eggs
fruit, and vegetables.
Pinesalve acts like a poultice Best
diing in tlie world lor boils, horns, crack,
ed hands tetter, cte, Sold by Marlboro
One night is all the time necessary to
prove that Pineales is the best remedy
in the world for backache and all kid
ney and bladder troubles, lt you have,
rheumatism or any other blood disease
a sinyle dose will trivc relict. Sold hv
College. The School can not
supply tho demand for its grad
- Call at S. J. Pearson's and
find out what is tho matter with
- Wiley's Candies always
fresh at Bennettsville Pharma
cy Darlington street.
- Have you Myopia, call on
tho Optician at S. J. Pearson's
and find out.
Croup is quickly relieved, and Whoop
ing Cough will not "run its course" il
you use the original Bee's Laxative
Honey and Tar. This Cough Syrup is
dilferent from all others because it acts
on tlie bowls. You can not cure Croup
and Whooping Cough until you rid tlie
system ol all congestion, by working
oil tlie cold through a copious action ol
(he bowels lice's Laxative Honey and
Tar does this, and cures all Coughs,
Croup, Whooping Cough etc, No
apiates Sold by Marlboro Drug Co.
0. B, Hubbard's Bargains
Wbilo out for bargains call at
tho comer of Darlington and Cho
raw St., and let C. B. Hubbard
know what you want. Ho also
keeps a fino lino of groceries, fruit
eggs, chickens and vegetables. Its
tho placo tor bargains.
It would have been incredible brutali
ty il Chas. F. Lemberger, ol Syracuse,
N. Y., had not done the best he could
tor hissuttering son. "My boy," he says,
''cut a tearful gash over his eye, so 1
applied Bueklen's Arnica Salve, which
quickly healed it and saved his eye."
Good tor hums and ulcers too. Only
25c at J. T. Douglas's drug stoic,
llonicitibof Your Dead,
Wo invite special attention to the
Advertisement of thc l?onnottavillo
Marble Works in this paper. Call and
see samples, or writo them.
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M/E ARE IN IT I
Heavy and Fancy Groceries and
a full line of Canned Goods,
pickles, Sauces and Dainties,
Candies, Cakes and Fruits.
JLooaecu uno wigui?
A nice lino of Gloves, Hosiery,
Heavy Underwear for mon and
women, and many Novelties
Needfuls in the notion hue
A full line of ('rockery, good
enough for any home, In Tin
ware we have any I hing from
a cup to a milk bucket
Also, a nice line of Pants and
Storm Coats that we offer at
li vi hi? m'ioes
We Invite upceia} attention to
our stock of Guns and Ammu
nition of Stevens make.
Wc have too a few njoe covered
baskets, to go as bargains,
Call and seo us
Marion 1.31. Bennettsville, B, Ci
rum m i ?mm*tt?t?**K**mmim*l**>M*ii iii iMiwfcil lin.
? Next Buuday is Rev. T. 15. Mor
rey last Su.juuy before Oouiofeuco
whioh meets next Wednesday at
Roy. B, P. Taylor held his
iourUi ^uutierly conferuuoo iot i
ibo Station Friday night. All
tho old officials woro olootod tor
1906. On Saturday tho Blenheim
circuit conference was hold hero
on account of tho prevalence ot
Smallpox iu that work. In tho
evening ho was taken sick and left
Tho hour for ovoniog sorvioos at tho
oburohos is now 7.30 o'olook.
Prayer mooting at tho BaptiBt ohuroh
ovory Thursday ovouing at 8.oo.
Prayer mooting at tho Methodist ohurob
every Wed ?enday at 8.03 p. m.
Prayer mooting at Presbyterian ohuroh
Thursday overling at 8.00.
The 'nour for Sunday Sohoul at tho
Methodist ohuroh ha? boou ohaugod to
3.30 o'clock in tho aftornoon inaload of 4.
Tho Epworth Loaguo Prayor mooting
id hold ovory Wednesday ovouing in tho
Hum'ay eolioel room of thc Method ?nt
ohuroh at 8 o'olook. Tho puhllo invited.
Evory Family Woods Ono.
If you would bo independent 01
la/.y help get one of those Clothes
Washers now advertised in the
Democrat. Saves your clothes and
save? you money.
Write McColl Hdw\ Co. McColl
and get prices.
Mr. Jamos Howell has moved
to Iiis new house on Robeson
Street. Mr. A. D. Woodie luis
moved (rom Murchison Street to
tho house vacated 1 y Mr. Howell.
Mr. Wiley Atkinson is to occu
py I lie hotiHO vacated by Mr.
Wund lo and Mr. Win K vans takes
tho house vacated hy Mr. Atkin
Tho Masonic Fair,
Tho Masonic Fair, which was
closed on Tuesday lust in respect
to the death of Mr. Percy Moore,
was reopened on Monday night
again with music and songs und
plenty of enjoyment. A guessing
contest ns to weight was woo by
Mr. S. J. Pearson-a il pound loal
of bread. Miss Faisou g t tho
nfize as to tho most popular young
lady of tito county. It may doss
- Wo have thc nicest lot of
Fruit over offered for sale in
town and will continuo to keep
tho best all through tho holidays
Qivo ino a cull before buying we
can please you W. M. Rowe.
. ".-Vtvi't.-.y. . ,?.'??..(.'j**-.',' >,.?..?..* , II
K Cl v ii I
is made of Grape
Cream of Tartar*
Makes the food
PINE SALVE ACTS LIKE A POULTICE
CUKES ALL FORMS OF 8KIN DISEASE
Prepared for tho Work.
Mr. S. J. Pearson, tho Jeweler, has j
now one of thc latest improvements
for engraving your name or initiale
on any article of gold cr silver ot
plate in thc most lip* to dn'e mau uer
Tho samples of work already done b)
him are just lino. Call and see him.
BEE'S LAXATIVE" HONEY AND TAR
CURES COUGHS AND COLDS
Have your eyes correctly
fitted with a hist class pair of
KYM GLASSES i We have them
ami are lifted up for doing ac
curate optical work. We guar
antee to fit your eyes perfectly
Ol' refund your money.
K. J, PEARSON,
Pul raiment Optician,
Aug io And Jeweler.
Cure* Ooh!?; Prevent? Pneumonia
They GiiuhUltCO A Fit'
If yon will give tho matter ol
purchasing a nice tailor-made,
suit careful consideration, mature
deliberation and earnest cogita
lion VAM will ?rivi? 8TH4I?8SIV ('<>
iiui], jrv.s ?i* . - ~1." v .? 1
the order which they guarantee
without, hesitation to tiill to your
edification, your sweetheart's ela
tion, your friends admiration.
Horses Po Clot Sick.
When a horses and inuit s arc poor
it is not always and iudication that lhe>
do not get enough to cat. Many ani
mais, just like human beings, have in
digestion or the system is all run down
and a tonic is needed, lt is not thc a
mount Ol lood calen that makes muscle
and (at, More denvads upon thc prop
cr digestion or assimilation ot thc lood
I haft IS commonly supposed. Nothing
has yet heep discovered that will build
un a hprse or mule heller than Ash;
crab's Cpnflition Powders. IMP only
remedy in its class sold under a gu?r?
iVptcf;. A?k Mr. Smith p?ewtopj l?en
nettsvllle, lor it-the kiud put up in dos
es. And McColl Drug Co , McColl, fcJ,
i ft wia^i^i? wgiiji?i fi- . ? iiiiniiwtii 'i ?w
i 1 I in ' .liithvillo township W?(l
?! - 'ay NovombVr 29th 1905, linio
BKUXUI, Ihn in Tant daughter of Mr.
and Mis Tl uren co Quiok. ?be woe
res1 \t Hickory ?rovo como
hoy, i M C. Quiok conducting
! -J il . i* homo in Marlboro coun
ly, ono ?nd .lo-lm f miles ot Olio, on
November .'.), 1005, after a long ill
ocas, Mi M rgnrot A. l'olston, wife
nt Mc ,1 \ Pulsion, and daughter of
limul ; Porn ina Di iggera - aged
She leaves a husband and
live lill 'ii, one s in and (burdaugli
tors I od a consistent mom ber
of the ol 'rom her toons. She was
i\ marni ie Methodist church uu
ii! uh I ear? ago, when she con
neolod . with tho Baptist church
?\- \ .'lio,
ulives with her husband
liiithou mourn her loss. Our loss
i . lin We weep not ns those
who hn ope, for wo shall mool
I. dd iu ..iut land whore sorrow
i id parting ia unknown.
, A Relative
MM KM L'UW?ttT???V?1?-d?nTf
ai ( B MOORE,
principles has always
dun v ur mutual friO'ld ; and
1 ' .na triumph and true
> daily life alni mamba
t . 'atdor will leave their
i ll who kio' v hliii.
i- but it is u consolation
t hat thorn wa? a "daily
I lifo on wInch maukiod
i i . nd grow bi t er,"
cample the publie mind
a : Marlboro hnvo been
e - mme ?fe was especially
v consideration and emu
1. ir trishes a lesson to all
o v him. Truly, a good
I) away ! P.
i* I j 1905.
correspondent of the
? er says Mr. J. Mcek
i of Dalzell, Sumter
c ;,"rower of an average
c ntl one-half bushels
< aero on 1)0 acras of
1 i yet to harvest n crop
\ rill rage as high from 85
; thousand, seven Inin
ti bushels of corn-that
* lb placing tho aver
i fifty bushels to the
i I 'O cents per bushel it
' th six thousand; one
lim wentyfive dollars.
lily recalls thc great
kV h on moro than 250
I harvested from a sin*
; Marlboro County and
tlie world was made
ls-but the Woodley
mr Sumter correspon
E OF RESPECT,
.18 it hath pleased our
thor in His wise provi
)vo from the Korest of
HP, No. 210, of the
IF TiiK WOULD, our
How sovereign I*BUOY
licrcforo be it resolved:
wc bow in lniinblo Bubmis.
Him who (louth oil lliluga
in tlic dunth of Sovcn i^n
ft hm Kxtouo of ita elroug
Iiiunii .I followoiH
our di-i ? ?'Hi pympatbios aro
! to ?ii- t unity iu thia and
5 a bl.nc p-iyo in on. Min*
-rn il .?.il Hiioreil ID Ilia mom?
H-y of thone ltomilutioiH lie
i)> of our dtoo&aud S.iver
* iiIH I to thu Sovore'gu Yin
H AdvouAtQ mid thu M Aim
T fur I'Uhlieution,
(J. \V. Ku ennui,
lt L Sj oncer,
li Co-?hy Nfwton,
OR REN !\
bree hoi se !';:i in I hroo
E. M. Howe,
ster rillo 22 ca), mko
il, magazine t:.Hilos
ibis rill?' also shoots
22 long lillo car
in I any changes, lt
ss lille, good tis new
ly accurate. Apply
nt lip i<2 a bulo Mon
prospect ls gund Coi
ie. Thc government
be orop at 10,107,818
pounds -a light Ci"*|l.
at blood and liver
aro known over
For the convenience
mers be luis left a
it this ofllce where
t Mb" m.
;s AND WOOD
ress Shingles Two
, Pour Poot Wood
P, 0 Emanuel.
l T1? n vr\ ? ? ni, lt .1
ly 60 cents borne ^ti
ts o^tra for Pflpjifug
ng to Express oftloe.
MO?OLL, 8. 0.
R? P, D. ?
j H vivi '^yQ'VV8?1??1^ "" "lil***mi?*?fi**t*
CLOSING OUT SALE.
This Sale has been very
satisfactory? My stock
was large and I have LOT?!
OF mn ON HAND WW
Every article must be sold before January l.j
Prices will cut no figure in this Sale,
COME QUICKLY and GET YOUR SHARE I
of this stock Before it is sold.
Designing parties are trying to make the
public believe that this a FAKE SALE,
My prices tell another tale.
Cowie and see.
Doo. I, DJ05. BENNETTSVILLE, 8. C.
East Sido Public- Square.
-??1873. }'<-- -41905.K<
STRAUSS NEW FALL STOCK.
WITH ihis issue wo are enabled to inform tho People of Marlboro th ut
our immense s'ouk in EVERY LINE IS NOW COMPLETE nnd we
aro HEADY TO SERVE and givo the Public tho benefit of our LONG
EXPERIENCE, winch is Thirty-two Years in Marlboro, nnd wo can cer
tainly make some claim of knowing lim wants ot tho People WE KNOW
HOW HOW AND WHERE TO DUY, Aud it is to YOUR INTEREST
TO KNOW WHERE TO GO AND BUY at Prices so you will be satisfied
and TELL YOUR NEIGHBORS ABOUT IT.
M For the Ladies.
Dress Goods in great variety. Ladies Cloaks,
Childrens Cloaks, Rain Coats, Skirts and
Shirt Waist, Notions a complete line.
Also Puritan Corsets, which have no
equal for comfort. Satisfaction guar
anteed or money refunded.
A complete Une of LADIES and MISSES HATS
Tri un teed and. Untrimmed.
The Celebrated Brown Shoes for Men, Women, Children
Also a complete line of oilier celebrated makes.
CLOTHme-for Men and Boya.
A LARC IO AND COMPLOTE) LINE In All Sizes
Ul ll i '.!< ? DI .) OKI ..'..'!! Ly two of tita Larges! Merchant Tail?
nil' ,ii ?. -tui-i v Tb.: lute -nu!J uijal and Royal ot'
.:. \"! .-:?,.<-. >-.?t'<- '.'action iniar?ntecd*
A LARGE VARIETY TO SELECT FROM.
PI A X.QS AND OHO ANS A SPECIALTY.
NONE DU l'THE BEST sold nuder our own Guiuantoo and th?
M H kora aleo. EAt?Y TERMS GIVEN, nnd we save you
lota money. Remember we bave no Agonis Write
or Call on us. Nothing Misarepresented.
CALL ON us WK AUK ALWAYS GLAD TO SUB YOU.
STRAUSS & CO.
HOUSEWIFE : Your attention, please.
VOlI A RE RUBBING YOUR LIFE AWAY, or tho lifo of soino other woman.
X Al-o tho lib' ol Your Clothes, by usina an 0!A> WASH BOARD. Lay naide
your old IVUHII Board and buy you a "I'JOO" Wanner.
ll washes u whole Tub lull of clo?hesi JUST AS EASY and JUST AS QUICK
aa a Hindu garment, ami a ^ood deal ousier. uud quiokor than you pousibly eau wa? h
.sanio ou a Wat-h Board.
The "J900" Washer is P^^? washes oil kinda aud
built OD Eoicn litio prin- f^Sr grades of materials,
ciple.s. It revolves on yv] firoin tho finest L?oo?
ball boa i ?uss, which tit .^e^iftllA to ihe courses! fubue
renders the rotary mo ff^m^^G^^^l) /? WITHOUT WEAK
lion as EASY as ibo M l F 1 I M ^'ST^II TEAR, or Bicakiug
Wh?Cls of a: Iii? li ^jj^TU^^ of Buttons.
lt naves Time, Labor. perfect work.
Mom > and ( lollies- 4m2%ff\sf V^??^?st i. \V A TKI AL will piov.
It has no Munrior a.s j? ^^pjgfl all wo eluiin
Half tho time, half ibo work ami worry, with moro than Half ?ho WK. Alt. und
HOAR of the Clothes, can ho saved in every howe ihat luisa "BUM)" Washer.
For fun her particulats, or for pi ices and uululouue, write or cull on
The McCall Hardware Co?,
Machines always in Stock MoCOLL, S. C.
" , Agents for this Territory.
Fohruary 83, 1005.
I MOVKI). MOTEO. 1
WE are now in tho Store Room Between Isnacsohns
and Miltie's Store.
We are prepared (Q serve our Customers with
Everything in a well Kept Drug Store.
\,ent for WILEYS' CANDY,
We sollolt your patronage,
? B?NNETTVILLE PHA^MASY,
?U ?, MATTHEWS, Mar,
The new Laxative f? T %L? f?
that 4w? wt ?rtpn
or nauseate. v
Pleasant ?.take. UXailY6 1TIM dVlH
47 Ul oi.iw uv Jjj
Bennettsville & Cheraw Railroaj^y
/ i-i.ij.J*'- V.'" ???H
IN EFFECT Amu. 6, 1905.
WEST BOUND WHOM ?RNNBmVILt.K
No !. No. 3.
Lv HoDooUivillo 7 05 A BU 7 00 p m
Lv Inlay 7 15 a lu 7 15 p m
Lv Madclino 7 20 a m 7 20 i> ni
Lv Everett's 7 30 n ni 7 M p in
Lv Irby 7 35 11 ni 7 40 p lu
Lv l'Vo.>trt 7 40 a in 7 45 p m
Arrivo Kollook 7 45 u nt 7 55 p m
Arrivo Ohcraw 8 10 p m
BAST BOUND FltOM ?lIKllAW.
Lv Fros? H
Lv M ad eli no
8 IO a m
8 20 a tu
8 30 a m
8 40 n Ul
8 50 a m
O 00 a m
0 15 n m
y 16 p m
y 40 p iu
y 43 p u?
y 47 p ta
y 52 p ui
10 00 p ni
10 05 p m
10 20 p ui
AT BBNN&TTBUII?LK-Tho fouth bound
morning trainB on A. O. L, connecta with
. rain No 1. Train No 2 connecte with A.
U. L looul froigbt north and Routh bound,
AT KOLLOCK-Train Noa 1 and 2 cou?
acct with north and south bound S. A. L.
AT CHBIIAW-Train No 3 oounoot* with
uorth aud Bouth bound BAL tr?te?,
iud train No 4 oonnoota with norlh bound
fl. A. L traiun
A. J MATHESON,
V. P. and Gen. Man.
S Ult ET Y B
lt. H. NEWTON, JKNNIN?8 IC OWENS.
NEWTON & OWENS,
Attoruoys at Law,
BENNETTS VILLE, Bo. CA.
Offices OYcr Planters National Hank.
. Attornoynt Law,
Bcnnottsvillo, y. C.
Offioo on Darlington street near Posta
Telograpl office January* 1899.
OFPICB Up Btuira in Crosland Building,
rhone J SO.
UENNETTSVIlilil::. 3. O.
Attorney nt Law and
Gillen in Oourt lionne.
13tw v. (UP, woa m <<-? a w. MC
i SCI LL THE COU O
t h a "" ?
WITH f?Wft3 rv i (TB sar
\ New mmmy ?
YUH ? OUGHSand OOo ?$1.00 Ht
j ? UotDS Frea TilaL [J
t'Surest and avickoinT'ouro fosHmil
THROAT and LUNG THOU
; LES, or MONEY UACK.
WE STILL FEED
THE HUNGRY !.
WHKN iu town and you want t^gom)
meal, remember we cai servo yo?,
A good 1 noni for 25c. lUsbnurautt
north of the Market.
FRESH OYSTERS in every sty lei.
D. J. BRAY BOY
WHKN YOU ARE IN NE Kl)
- OP -
Or anything in my lino, duu'e
forget to call on mc, at my place ol bu.-i
0088 near thc Atlantic Coast lune and tho
Soaboard Air Lino Passenger Depots.
or writo mo. Designs and P?cea/'
lurnishod on application.
Phone No. 95.
J W. McELWEE.
Junuary 25, 1905.
A n vi HUI Roiuttuo n nkotoh nml description inns'
Quickly OSOOrlAht eur opinion froo wlietlior un
Invention Is i?r<iliftbly i>iitentnt.li>. ('.i. i
UniiBHtricUyconti.Ucitial. HANDBOOK on I'al eula
?ont (ruo. Old Oat nueiicy f ir BCOUtllia puent*.
ViUontu tnkon tlirouuli Munn & Co. rocotve
?})/ci<il nott??, without dunne, In tho
A hnnnsomoly lllnslrnlotl woeltly. ?.irirest cir,
CIIIHI ion of iniy solon tillo Journal. Toyms, t'i a
your ! four mnfitnS, th Solu by nil nov^tutonlofft.
MUNN X Co.361U o^v. New York
UrAiich omeo. 025 V HI.. WftsliliiKlon. I). C. .
CHANOtt OF 8CHKDULK,
SSABOARP Air Line UAUAVAY.
Tho Seaboard Air Line Ry roh'.d-?
ulo wu M (duingcd on January 10th.
Trains leavo Choruw, B. O., fis tollow> .
Northbound No 60 at 8.05 a 1,
" No 50 nt 0:24 p. m.
Bouthbound No 57 nt 8:05 n. hs,
" No 27 at 10: H) p ur.
Tho Ronnettsvillo and O h ir aw Iv.
R., leaving RennetIsvillo nt 705 tu
m., connect with No 00 and No 57.
Tho afternoon tinin leaving Hen*
nettevillo nt 7 p. m. j: tv es Derim'????
villo peoplo an apport unity to tufAo
ti nins No 50 and No 27.
Stomach and Liver
IP Chronic Constipation.
ENNBTTBVILLE PH A UM ACY.