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triday January 1% 1008
One year. u ? no
?ix ?oHths.: ;:.: ? $
;?? ( : . .~ > ; ;
^iJEfe??. hedy incl, in annual BWIC'
ot?.-Tuotday at 1Hn>n. Although i:V
session but a short tin... MU?
^oilered iu ino IK - -,
legal railroad Tiro ':!.} f
foth houses havX.fuM oukndars- tc
tort with and inonyS0^'^' still to
bo added. ^Vn"^
"Tho Governor iu his messttgo. hap
one good suggestiou that constable,:
iu dry counties bo selected by the
people of the county.
PEN AND SCISSOn&I?APHS
Thoso who hayo boon patient in
waiting for 12 cont cotton won't bc
Miss Alice Roosevelt gets mar
ried on Saturday February 17th
' " 2 o'clock noon.
To got, even with the markets,
tlie monied mon of Wall Stroet
are trying to start a panic.
Senator Smiley Bingham oi
Floreneo county, and once a candi
plate for congress died on tho 4th.
Tho list of contributors to the
did Ol tllO Cotton Cl'OV.ku'H iiftSb
elation coil t?tulos lo igt' v\.
:/.;i|ljoline stoves continue' l.,o
b?OW U)i c.vtA iii'. . ,UUCi
j -I un 'i)'.1 ^ilvojtfised a's lief?;
TKo Legislature met at noon
Tuesday. Senator Hudson and
tho Representatives wont over on
E. W. Dabbs, has been olected
fill tho vacaucy in Legislature
lusod by tho death of Altamout
toses in Sumter.
L'ho Uuitod States Supreme
f- lias decided that North
Mr. H*u lovy a tax on the
eleotcd^kmg Company and
Mr. S.nlr.b bx.
was manliest^jjitcndout8 of
ventibn. TiitJtual meeting
'war. Mr. Mel/Sr Jfe adopted o
lingtorji j ?heir opinion
venti!C??"? 'not be 80nt t0
New ra they are eight years
QtaoOiling ?f fig"res since
?Ukcthat nearly three mil
jla*'B have boen expended
on oi?Hltate capitol building and
j I i ft not yoi. corn pl < in il
.i;:, fiatii??i/ior-v., cen?: ion. Thv
'?oOf .'...lui O I. hoi' iTMm?!". * <">...? \)ll?]\
j?i\.^w. Qiuci Utttd) and
a strong force of constables came to
Marlboro via Cheraw on Tuesday
of last week for tho purpose of raid
iug the "line" bar rooms, but there
they found the old stands vacated
and tho whiskey moved across the
lino into Richmond county. They
light have known that before they
for with Capt T. P. Stubbs on
jin Brights ville no bar room
this side of tho linc,
ntly made to lo
sv'ihe two slates
ft |?uSrtese "lino" bars in
Cji out as soon as the owners
this to bc a faet they dusted
a fer clime,
of thc parties still resides in
tnty, but his barn is over the
Ie line running mid-way be
^IC barn and dwelling. The
^de.s however went to the barn
vertue linc and found seven bar
els of whiskey, but could not move
any of it.
The Florida Flyers
Railroad officials have been busy
. some time getting every tiling in
I i for the annual race between
aoat systems--thc ?outh?T?j
W l?uT" Coast Line-from
Bork to Florida, which takes
jonis week. These magnificent
? j are palaces of luxury and
?;fs always great rivalry between
:irec Systems, both ns to speed
Yd equipment. The distance is a
Little overa thousand miles and last
Tear the speed averaged forty miles
in hour, including stops.
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.Annual Church Assossments.
'ho Methodist church in South
io]Ina raised during tho year
the following amounts for
J Claimants 10.624.90
?ii Missions 17.509.52
iicstic Missions 14,628 45.
~^rillroh Extension 4 8G7.I7.
Education 6.646 38.
Minutes 1 802 34,
'Pajno and Lunn Inst, 567.33.
^'legates to G. Conf. U29.22.
Tho Assessments on tho South
arolina Conference for 1906 arc
WA tic Missions,
Speoial attention Paid to Mill \
Ordore and KLxports-Prlcea \
Subject io Change Without S
Notice-Code of 81 Used. 5
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JANUARY 4, 1906.
Four ^New Firms.
With Ihe new year four, new tiru s
have been organized and are now do
ing luminosa in our town. Three of
them are composed of old residents of
the town, ana -ho fourth residents of
Darlington, v. ho have several brauch
1st. The McCall-Weatherly Co.,
at the old staud of 0. 8., McCall- two
?ld "rehab es'' combined, who need no
2d. The Boouott?ville Mercantile
Co,-W. 8. Mowry, ThroopCrosland
- with W. Cook Breeden, manager
This now firm occupies the Kirkwood
corner recently vacatod by the C B
Crosland Co. Ask Cook to tell you
moro about it
. '-hi. The ase.i .;./."<> Cut?)*-??.?.don ?
.libre? old tucrohnnt? v cot.;;.'? -jr)
to mais . ' .<."ue-: hil re iii th?Hl i i i . v > - -
be'wee- Ekprrjij ? i& ?nd ; <
nw 'i*. ton's 6.i??'koi<
oti . Binnu tteyjrie Hin
Co.. A ii . I e ld .! md-.. ?
hat . .>. '- li I nut
handlers of hardware who wi'
up tho record for this House.
A Severe Fall.
On Wednesday afternoon 3d inst
Mr. Howard Bounds a well known
Lineman of the Bell Telephone Co.,
and while engaged in adjusting some
wires at Chcraw in some way lost
his hold and fell to tho ground 20
feet he walked to the exchange
oflice inepito of his feelings and
phoned to his mother that he was
hurt, and iu a lew minutes was un
conoious. Tho Telephone Com
pany immediately furnished him
with a nhvsieian who staved hy
hho until dimmer wu" over. Jtio ww?
brough* home: On TJ.?.nc>iday nu-i
tha<. nig.hl regained ; i i w ?- j
on Friday Wm .. .. . und j
|?||Vi ... 'T^rt,'jV. li.'y V ? ..j<.weV?"o
well vveryday, ou VVedno div of j
' i . ,.vue \\b\i ! . wal.'; hui ''till !
sulcrii.'f' Wit'i hir? vy.hl tittle anil.1
arm. Tho fall did not provo fatel j
but was indeed a narrow escape.
Gard of Thanks.
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Bounds
take this method of returning
hearty thanks to all who have
rendered kindly acts in minister
ing to their son Howard who was
seriously hurt from a fall last
week in Oheraw.
Bonnettsville,S. C, Janury 9 1906.
Tho Stuff Will Kill
A two-and-a-half-year old son of
Ed. Freeman of Society Hill, got
hold of some whiskey hin father had
brought home and drank so much
of it that he died in 36 hours after
despite all thc doctors could do for
tho little fellow. It was expensive
Moved To Sumter.
Mrs Moll io Coopo r and duugh
tcr Miss Shuler, who havo boon
living in our town for tho past two
years, loft Monday for Sumter
where t hoy will reside in tho future
This most excellent family won
many friends here who regret to
lose thom from our town.
Moved To Sumter County.
Mr. R. S. Driggore of Rod Hill
has moved to tho R. S. Brown
place below Sumter.
Moved To Marion.
Rev. Rufus Ford, now pustor of
thc Baptist church at Marion,
jtuno over Monday and helped his
family to finish pucking up and
ind *on Thursday took tho fam
ily with him to Marion. It was
\ sad parting to one who had boon
io long among us.
Back To Murlboro.
Mr. Henry Pariah, aftor fami
ng several ycais ovor iu North
Jardine, has moved to his old
ionio in Hebron. Ho is now in
tis 63d year and as healthy as ho
ivor was. Wo oxtond hearty wol
oinc to Honry.
?loved To Floronce.
Mr. L, R. Kastorling ot Tatum
ins bo^pfht tho J. W. King place
icar Ebenezer, Florence county,
nd has moved over.
Mr. Dock Wood lo o t Rod Hill
as moved to Fore nco county.
.- Tho Domocrut returns hoar
y thanks to Mr. J. T, Eason for
handsomo Wall Calendar for
WhoWwlo Grocers and (
W. S. KO WK.
?Sr DEPOT STREET,
ail GOO I)8 O OUR DM.
1 ' fc We Can E
A Fair Exohange.
A mau who had purchased somo
currant buns at a bakery was dis- '
tressed, on starting to eat one, to j
find that contained a fly. Returning
to tho bakery, says Harper's Week
ly, ho mulo au indignant complaint
demanding another bungin place of |
tho inhabited ono.
"I'm sorry, sir," said tho s?le9- ?
woman. I can't give you another
buu, but if you will bring back tho
fly I will givo you a currant for it.
Ohronlo Conntipntion Cured.
one who sutlers Irom chronic constipa
tion .'- " 'unger ol many serious ail
vino Laxative Fruit Syrup
i ic constipation as it aids di
stimulates tho liver and
? inj; the natural action ol
Commence taking it to?
dil tcel bettor at once.
La;x*wve Fruit Svrup docs not
.rs. For sale
nd tho Domo
. .IV- JL 1 lu ll I I iv I
ij Atlanta Consti
tution and DEMOCRAT one year
for only $1,75. This is the cheap
est rending over oiTered.
BEE'S LAXATIVTHONFY AND TAR
CURES COUGHS AND COLDS
How To Avoid Jfnoumonin.
We have never heard of a single in>.
stance ol a cold resuliing in pneumonia
or other lung trouble wheu Foley's
Honey and Tar has been taken, lt not
only stops thc cough, but heals and
strengthens the lungs. Ask lor Foley's
Honey and Tar and relusc any substi
?ute of?cn:d. pr. 0. J.PUhbp ol ' ?hOvv
Mich., Wi Hes: "> '?ave used l\> ? '?
Hone j and Tar ir ihvee vcr) r.?ynid
cases ol rt?riuh?obU' Syith good refills iii
v:r\ osr." Foi sale by iJftiiuo.Usvdli;
. ???? V:-:.ff ft ... ,
Sm Dowteil; . Vyii^l ia that
..MC?.V thu*, iv i U ie \A I"i.'iMt < :''* M:\
bvw'i:\\.uIt y iiithor an ari ti om
'Parsifal,' or BIIO has soon a mouse
and is scared."-San Francisco
Poultry For Sale.
Mrs A. M. Fletcher, McColl, lt.
F. D. No. 1, has a fino lot of poul
try which sho will sell at 12? cents
a pound-All fine Barred Plym
outh Rocks. If you want any
write hor at once.
Foley & co., Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
remedy, and on account ot the great
merit and popularity ot Foley's Honey
and Tar many imitations are offered tor
the genuine. These worthless imitations
have simular sounding names- beware
ol them The genuine Foley's Honey
and Tar is in a yellow package. Ask
for it and ret use any substitute, It is
the best remedy for coughs and colds,
For sale by bennettsville Pharmacy.
ManZan Pile Cure
CURES WHEN OTHERS FAIL
"Why," asked tho good Samar
itan, "do you permit your wiio
to take in washing?"
"I wouldn't said tho man who
was born tired, "only sho needs
tho money to support tho family."
f^gr* Road every page,
Yes, read every line,
For by this gauge
It may pay for time
- Low ney's Chocolates and
Cocoa nfc W. M. Rowe's
Fiesh Buckwheat u?i? Maple
W. M. Rowe's.
- The community without
town gossip is Uko a bald-headed
man without a fly.
?top* tl*? eougH and feoalslunrfa
P.Mienco-"You sav they qiutr
Pallico-"Yes; and sim rot tim
id all his gifts. And wnat do
fou suppose ho did?"
Patrio6'-"Sent hor half-a-dozen
loxes of faco powder, with a note
explaining that ho thought lu;
iud taken at loast that much, homo
\hli po 8on9 aro wno
on any of ray Inndn
specially hunting, outi
i.'.ii; of tho pooalty for
W< .M<'V: i , tot??;, i
'j(.;ir}.T?H8. ->ion M.
Four Doors ? <
Ht And to pay higj
Mo''A I !.
You can apply ManZan > i ? .ic
where the pam is It is pi t up
lapsible tuhes with nozzle aUachnj ?,t < i
introducing it. ManZan M
stantly and cures all kinds ol
bleeding, itching and protrii foi
Sold by Marlboro Drug C!on\pap
Fho Insurance in
our epooiulcy. Lito Ineura
I tm to your intoroat to BOO wh
Cn isl und & Tyson
Phono 212 "The Ins .
bl i no.
FOR SALE CHE Ar. <
Ono two-horeo wag on, pr.? pno
horso wagon, ono opon b' I
Acme Guano D?8triV?iit(?ro, ono
Lench Planter, one ht oi inule.
Haye moro than ] iva ri i and
will sell cheap.
Thoa B, BWser,
It isa pleasure to take ir, ijade'a Lit
tie Liver Pills and enjoy
lect upon thc liver. Sole b;
Two (1res in Wost Bonnot
whon and whoro thoy woro
Who ooxt ?. Aro you insure
,!".. u^y wi.. ,
'-' PU?, iq Kl ?
"Tho Insu .
t?&~ Pipos and Smokt
endless variety can bo f<
Douglas' Drug Store.
1 ?i ,i r:
Wo are now propai
your country dwellings i
perty. Seo when your
and get our rates.
Phone 212. '-Tho Ins
.><!> p pro >
Heady lor Your Ord
Tho Clio Novelty M'i ;:
get up your Bill for Floe "
Germane Siding <fe Wen
as wellas your House
Dp. i ;......>, Blinds, .Gi
th .. j', phipi. v um1 bhefipt). ?ive!
loi inj hi ?. io tho buHdiiig !?.
will save y >u moneys I
- iv i l)
I0TIC? Of; FINA!. DISfiH?i ?t,
KSTATIJ Ol? M, M. H li Sk'
I i UIIIOO ot
:,1 ip tb
Return us Executor of tho W
Hcncgan, Notice in boroby gi
ap|ily to Bald Court on tho 22
uary, 1906, for n final diso
Executor. G. D. MAT, .
Doo. 22d 1905 Qualifio I ] \.
THE PUBLIC TO KNOW I
prepared to THRASH PE
uotioo at fair prlcoa mid Bath
antced or 110 pay pay. I ca'
Mra A. Y. Moore's Placo, R
Nov. io Bouuettn
E. C. WORRI
- DKAI.BR IN -
Eloctvical and Plumbin
Electric LampB a Sp
Manager City Mle eli
Phono 114. Pcnnotta
J86y- Roport all troublo wit
Htroot lighta to tho above
I hereby warn any nod all .
hiring or harboring my wifo /
three children, Martha aged I
and Lizzie nged 12 yeats, who
for no piHt CHUKO and aro nov
from my homo. I will prose
who violates thia notico aftor
Dunbar, Dooember 4, 1905.
ALL pomona aro hereby
treppaaa in any nimmer
my lands in Marlboro county, n
grazing atnok, cutting bauld g
willi ?log and ?un I will 011I
against all who violate thia nc
Deo. 5, 1905. LEWIS
Like wo aro now offering
doubl od ly Tine HRST 1
as to PRICK in thc whole
Then again, price isn't all :
fini ri ' . o '. ' : ' o I ? ?
'.O'-. . i -l, and no ita] by .
? Nitro to <.! Sod n j Muriato of *
j Pot ti eh, Kai nit-, und J
. |ohU r? in A li irids bl <
2 J/' 01 lil'/01*0.
Av #*?v'iifvw<'V v - v w v v ? W '? jfVii v *.
L. KIRKWOOD, Seo. and Troafl.
Post Office, and ready
prioes for Cotton,
K HOW, South of Post?nico.
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
ESTATE OP Scirio DOUO?JAB.
HAVING filed io tho Probate Judge'? ol
fico of Marlboro county my flual ro
turo RB Administrator of tho Estate Scipio
DouglaB, Notice ia hereby given thut I will
apply to eau! Court on tho 22d day of Jan
uary, 1906, for u final diBohargo ns euoh
Ad mluiHt rater. A J. M AT II ES ON,
Deo. 22, 05. Qualified Administrator
WHAT ABE YOUR EYES WORTH
Without Properly Fitted Glneses?
You should call nod hn\e thom ex
amined hy us with our now Electric j
Eyescopo. No chargea for oKnmi
nation. Our entire Optical Parlor
is so completo that we eau (it and
please every patient.
SpecUl attention given to fitting glass
es for your children
S. J. PEARSON,
Jeweler and Optician.
Speoials at Moore's.
Canned Tripe 20c each or 2 for]
Heinzs Pickle-fresh and good.
Frosh jelly-assorted-only 10.
Armour's. Sausage in tomato
sauce only 10 cents.
Heinze's White Wino Vinegar
Flowers 1 Flowers !
Mrs. JnoS. Moore lias afine
lot of Geraniums, Begonias
Ferns, Palms and other plants,
"roll vnnlnrl f/Tlftt ~V. o .3 or.* ?.00 ff)
\ - . m
Fi IM? Watch nr.i-im?i'iiij?
- IS ONE OF OUlt SPECIALTIES. -
Weak FycH rtltule Strong,
y Haying UB to Flt your Bye? up with a]
with a pair of Puro Orystuliue Lenacn
'0 guarantoo to Bult ytu er refund your]
mo ey-that's our pinn,
'/'lei's aro tho Lowest consistant with
ti rut-cl io's work.
SAM J. Pf.ARSON.
JEWELER AND ?IMOIAN,
ormanontly located at
BTB N N KT TS V I L L E , S. (J.
OKPIOB OV AUOITOU MAULUOUO Co ,
Ronnottavillo, S. C., Nov 30, 1905
lOTICE ?B hereby ?iven that tlitH Ofilco
\i will bo open from January int to Fob
lary 20, 1906, inclusive, for tho purpr.HO
! rooeiving tho returns of tho tux payers
' Marlboro county.
All perBOUH liaviug propnrty in their poR
ettlou nH owner, or holder, or lniHband,
trout, gua. lian, IrUHtoo, ndmiuiBtrntor,
counting .HioeT, agent, attorney or factor
1 tho fi it day of January 1906, aro re
ired to lint tho Haine lo . taxation within
0 time requited hy law, or incur thc pon?
y of fifty per cent, which attaches in
30 of failure to do HO.
PlOUBO taite notice niuo that thin in the
10 for tho ro urn of all lands, lots, lu
t real cHtato of evoiy kind, with all
hiing thereon. In listing Town property
h lot with improvements must bo listed
arni ely. Ainu return county property In
atevor township it may bo loot tod.
Chere in a POLL TAX t>f One Dollar laid j
>n all undo persona botwon tho agos of
and GO yeal?, except tlu.HO who are |
teed and unable to carn a BUpporti
'hero ?H alan a "capitation tax" of fifty
ta lavied on all dugs
!'hc Auditor or an Assistant will nttond
ho following plsOOS in tho county on
dnj'H named for tho OOnvoniooOO or tho
Hill, Mandeville, January 22d 1906
Hill, Monheim, 23d 1906
vnsvillo, Bflstow's Storo " 24th 1906
ron, f lamer's Store, " 25th 1 <>o61
Bluff, Bluff Mills Storo " 26th 1906
" 27th 1906
m, " 29th 1906
oil, " 30th 1906
tonvillo, Adams' Sloro, " 3iBt 1906
'itHville, Goodwin's Mill, Fob'y 1 1906
hvillo, Grant's Mill, Fob'y 2 1906
Y Office in lionuottHvillo will bo open
roluru at Ol." ubovo m.'
H i v.tii,'
UOMV? .?">." ,mS ASSOCIATION.
Ai :. cul) meeting of tho Man I ?oro cotton association held in
thu ('(lint .Uou.se J ;\n, 1st (O'?tl. ?l.M following r?solutions were
oli?retl <i?d utssed.
Pi rs fr that th?? na . ach pe.uoii and the amounts' given
by them bo publi?U?4 frn' ?om weeks in both of tho county pa
Second-That each farmer pledge themselves not to plant any
more acres in cotton in 1900 than they did in 1000, and thal they
will not increase their fertilizers.
The President Maj. ll. M\ Peguos also requests those agents
that were appointed to collect the 3 cents a Dale tax to continue
the canvass and make their reports and turn over the money
collected to the Seo and Treas, by the iirst Monday in February.
In making put the list of contributions if there is any body's
name left ont, If they will imform the Seo. and Treas and give
him their name ann amount he will add them to the list every
week until the iirst of February.
The following are the names and amounts, of the contributions:
Pion. J. N. Drake,
Mujor R. M Pegues,
Hou. J. Lt. McLaurin,
T. S. and E. W. Evans
0 P Hodges,
Col It C Mein tyro,
J B Green and Sone,
Beunottsville Mercantile Co.
H. H Newton,
J T Douglas,
T W Bouchier,
D D MoColl,
A L Calhoun, Jr.,
E Sternberger Co,
J H Bennett,
W M Evans,
O B Crosland Co ,
I* A Hodgos,
J F Everett.
D D MeColl. Jr..
P A McKollar,
J T Breeden.
E L Hamilton,
J P Edens,
W P Breeden,
R K Breedon,
H W Carroll,
J C Covington,
A L Calhoun,
A W McIntyre,
W M Myers,
H Kemper Covington,
E W Breeden,
J O Taylor,
S J Pearson,
Dan E Odom,
H G McColl,
II S Grant,
E W Smith,
Dr C S Evans.
L 1) Bundy,
T. K. Adams,
R. H. OK eal,
J. T. WTitinker,
R. J. Rogers,
W. Z. Rogers,
E. J Bruce,
$ 60 00 J T Stanton,
00 00 AC MoRae,
60 00 J C Meltae,
60 00 Joseph Parker,
60 00 J B Anomoue,
60 00 DM Edens,
60 00 Aobury Powers,
60 00 Cash,
50 00 W lt Stanton,
60 00 J C and H C Campbell,
25 00 Alex. T Odom
25 00 J L Napier,
25 00 J T Bngman,
25 00 OD Brigman,
25 00 Robert Hooks,
15 BM Hodges,
15 J P Hodges,
10 J lt O'Neal,
10 LP Stubbs,
10 M lt Stubbs,
10 Albert E Pearson,
10 T T Taylor,
10 DC Stubbs,
10 Capers David,
10 A M Fletcher,
5 00 A P Williams,
5 00 M W Liles,
5 00 Louis Stubbs,
5 00 AP Adams,
5 00 It J Adams,
5 00 Chas T Hamer,
5 00 Theo. L Breeden,
6 00 Uppor Smithville,
6 00 C I Sherrill,
6 Jamos Webster,
6 John D II ay es,
5 P J Huestees,
5 Robert C Coxe,
5 John Wise,
3 M A Hunter,
2 50 Will Adkison,
2 50 J J Hood,
2 50 C S Williams,
2 50 A L McCaBkill,
2 50 Dr. Chas May,
2 50 B II Covington,
2 25 F B Whittington,
2 00 D Hyatt,
2 00 Johu Riley,
2 00 Jonathan Adams,
2 00 E A Coxe,
2 00 W. A. nud W. B. Rogers,
5 00 Hugh McCollum,
4 00 Johu W Wallace,
3 00 J. D. Wu lince,
1(0 Doc Thomas,
1 00 J P. Tart,
50 J. F. Sturgess,
i" W " Belford.
I \ ['EGUES, President
O ..ft. . *;'ieoret?v;v;....M,i ? tmv?w, liL?^. "J
H Our DKTo-^v JLJXJLX?
-THE DIRECT WAY
Tpn A caryi
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AIR LINE 1UILWAY.
Loave Beunettsville *7.05 a. m., 7.00 p. in.
Arrivo Cheraw 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 quickest time to Wilmington, Charlotte, Atlanta,
Raleigh, Richmoud, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Now York,
Boston. Buffalo, Pittsburg and all points North and East.
Thc .-hoit lino anJ quiokost (imo to Columbia, Savannah, Jaoksonvillo,
Tampa. Montgomery, Now Orleans and all points South and West.
Foi further information call on J. T- MEDLIN, agent Bennottsvillo &
Cheraw R. lt.. Bennottsvillo.S. C., or addross lt. L. BURItOUOBS
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CHARLIES F. STEWART, A. G. I?. A., S.A.L, Ry, Savannuh, Ga.
p Ashc raft's
Makes poor horses and mules fat without bloating. It
does this by first thoroughly cleansing the system o?
all impurities, allowing perfect assimilation of food,
thereby creating solid muscle and fat.
Horses and mules improve in appetite and spirits
after the first few doses, thc hair sheds, and the new
coat is always sleek and glossy.
Ashcraft's Condition Powders are packed in doses,
without "filler," and good for horses and mules only.
It is a most powerful tonic and appetizer, being the
formula; of a practical veterinarian of over a quarter of a century's
experience. It is easily the foremost remedy in its class on the
American market to-day. Price 25 cents package.
SMITH NEWTON, Bennettsville, S. C.
MCCOLL DRUG CO., Mccoll S. O.Z
U?lt B. D. MOORE'S STABLES
When in Want ot
Teams for the Railroad
- or a -
3Ci ?j 4 the Country*
y to serve Calls for Teams.
FIRE I_ FIRE!
-Winter is Coming-r
PTOTECT YOUR ROOFS
From Fire and make them Wa
ter Proof and Preserve Your
Shingles also Tin, Iron, Paper
Roofs by applying
W. JAY MCDONALD'S
Patent Fire, and Waterproof
Cement Roof Paint.
$181,000 dollars worth of
property saved in Bennettsyille
from ruin; by the use of the
It DOES NOT COST you a FORTUNE
to Paint your Roof. See McDONALD
or \V. P. BRFISDEN, Jr., and let them
Examine Your Root or make prices.
Full explanation given in a. personal
interview, or by letter. /'Special prices'T
by the Barrel, We are how manutactu
ring this Paint in Benneltsville, S. C.
Address all enquiries to
McDonald Roof Paint Co.
Bennottsvillo, S, 0.
8?y~ Don't forget that I have a nice
largo Refrigerator in which to keen
Butter, i^hecso, Lard, Fruits and oil
perishable goods fresh and cool during
tho .'summer months. W. M. Rowe"
ALL peroone aro warned against trespass
incr in any manner upon any of ray laud
or hu-dr. ?iftdit .wy.e?rdi'Oll either by >vai?<- '
iiifr, riding, / iiuhur, linu'.i'ii;., hunting, Sah
voir pru*f?? atente, ot oshot,.tfeje, ohdoV1 ?lio
d.on/dtier of the iu v,
Parties in want of first class
Lumber can get it from
A. J. JONES,
Oct 18. Blenheim, R. F. D.I.
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