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BBN?TE??SY?LLE, S. 0.
BY H. A. IlltO WK A CO.
OJftco on Marion Street Opposite
Friday January 19, 1000.
Our Town Oorvernment.
M A vou-P. A. Hodges
AI-DKKMKN-W P. Breeden, Jr. C. 81
Ohaffln, A. G. Sinclair, E. Powers.
CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc*
Laurln. Office open dally.
POUOB.-W T Kelly, WM Atkinson
Marlboro Oounty Officers.
SHERIFF-J. B, G roon
CLERK OF CLERK-J. A. Drako
JUDGE OF PROBATE-M. MoLaurin
OOBONKU-G. A. McCall
:?UPRRVISOR- M. E. Coward
?WT. hJouoATioN-W. L. Stanton
TREASURER-J. H. Thomas
AUDITOR- Chas. 1. She*rill.
SUN vron-Joshua II. llud-ou,
REPRESAN TATiVES-Di D. MoColl, Jr.
W. VV. Bruco, J. P. (ilbfon
M AGisrATES-0? ?. Eastorliog, T. L.
II. L. IMoIihurin, MoColl
John A. Calhoun. Clio,
W. J. Atkinson, Blonhoim,
T, P. Stubbs, Brightsvillo,
W. W. Irby, Sroithvillo.
JSennettsville Church Directory
METHODIST-T. E. MORRIS, P. C.
Sunday sohool 3 30 |>. m. Proaohing at
11.00 a. m. and 7.30 p. in. Prayer mcot
ing Wodaosday ovoinog at 8.00 o'olook.
Suporintendoot Sunday school, Phil. A.
BAPTIST-Rev?Ohas A. Jones, Pastor
Sunday behool at 10-00. Proaobing Sun?
day at 11.00 a. m., and 7.30 p. m. Prayer
mooting Thursday evening at 8 o'olook.
Bu p ev in tn n dont of Sunday sohool, II. W.
PRESBYTERIAN-Bunyan McLeod Ph
D.t Pastor. Sorvioos every Sabbath
(summer) ll a. m. and 8 p. m.; (winter)
ll a. m. and 7.30 p. m< Prayor mooting
Thursday 5 p. m. Scats freo. Strangers
cordially invitod. Sunday sohool evory
Sunday 10 a. ra. Suporintondent, J. T.
.Dudley. All paronts and children mado
welcomo at tho sohool.
EPISCOPAL-Rov. 0. W. Boyd, Rootor,
Preaohing evory aooond and fourth Sunday
nfc xx A. m., and 7.30 p. m. Sunday
?ohool at 9.30 a. m. Dr. J. A. Falaon,
Oounty Ohurch Directory.
Bonnettsville Circuit Appointments
REV. A. T. DUNLAP, P. C.
First Sunday-ll a.m., PinoGrOvo|
3 p. m., Smyrna.
Second Sunday, ll a. m. MoColl
3 p. KI. Beauty Spot j
Third Sunday-lt a. m., Pino Grovel
. 0. ru. '. ofcntj
?$0i V 0 W?S r: ?
;,,irs! Sitm'Viy ? ?'ol >...,.. ti ?. 01
rjuonczor ?>'?O p. m.
Seoond Sunday, Parnassus lia. m.
Zion 3.30 p. m.
Third Sunday, Hebron ll a.m.
Ebonozor 3.30 p. m.
Fourth Sunday Parnassus ll a. m.
Zion 3.30 p. m.
Clio Circuit Appointments
REV. F? II. SHULER, P. C.
Olio-Preaching cxery Sunday morning
at ll o'clock. Epworth League Sun
day night at 8 o'clock. Sunday fcobool
at 10 a. m. W. A Ilinshaw, Supt
Prayor mooting Monday night at 8.
Boniah -Preaching every Sunday aft ut
4 o'clock. Sunday school at 3 ll.
M. Jackson, Supt,
North Marlboro Circuit.
REV. J. L. MULLINIX, P. O.
Firet Sunday, Oak Grovo, 10.30 a m.
Ploaeant Hill 12.30 p in,
Now Hopo, 4 p. m.
Sucond Sunday, Shiloh io a. m.
Ebencieor 3 p, m.
Third Sunday, Now Hopo 1030 a. m.
Pleasant lilli 2 30 p. m.
Oak Qrovo, 4 30 p. m.
Fourth Sunday, Ebenezer un ni,
Sniloh, 3 30 p. m.
Directory of Bennettsville Lodges
CONSOLIDATED LODGE NO. 15, K. of
P., moot? ovory second and fourth Mon*
^oy nights at 7.30 o'clock.
} T. I. Rogers, C. 0.
C. D. Eastorling, K-oflt. & 8.
MARi.noRO LODGE No. 88, meets at
Bennettsvillo, Friday ovening, on or bo*
fore oaob full moon at 8 o'olook.
J. F. Kinney, W. M.
D. 0, Palo, Socrotary.
Oounty Masonic Directory.
MARLBORO CHAPTER No. 30 lt. A.
M., moots at Bonnottsvillo on tho second
Friday of oaob month.
J, F. Kinney. H. P.
II, E. Stockton, Sooiotary.
EUKKKA LODGE NO. 43, A. F. M.,
moots at MoColl, oaob Saturday anet"
noon, before tho full moon,nt 4 o'olock.
AURORA LODGE NO. 33, A. F. M.,
moots at Clio, Saturday on or after caoh
rull moon at 3 o'olook, p. m.
J. T. Stanton, W; M,
T. A. Covington.! Sonrnfary.
BRUNS LODGE NO. 118 meets on Fri.
lay alternoon on or before each lull
m at Blenheim at 3 o'clock.
W. W. Bruce, Sec'y
JP FIE Business recently known ns tho
1 OLIO NOVELTY MANUFCTII*
:llNO CO , will hereafter bc known as
PHIS CLIO NOV ELT y MANUFAC
TURING WORKS, with F. II. IVEY
mle owner and director,
Tho latest improvod wood working
naobinos aro being placed for doing all
linds of Novolty work for buildors uso at
MissEula Kelly is visiting re
latives near Oheraw.
Mr. R5 T. Jackson of Rod Hill
was up Friday and called with
Mr. Jntpes McDaniel of Boauty
Spot was hore Friday. Ho ?oils
some fine butter.
Mr. A. D. Hinsoll of Boauty
Spot secton was hore this weolc
and made us a pleasant cull
Mr J, L*. Odom u lucky farmor
of Lester was down this week.
Ho always has something toselljj
Mr. Myrtle Moyer, formerly of
our town but now of Rod Springs
was boro last Friday. Ho wants
to como back if be eau get a storo.
Mr. R. B. Swann, tho cham
pion raiser of Indian Games,
was hore this woolf, and cal kui to !
renew old acquaintance.
Mr. George W. Rivers, tho con
tractor, nun lo us a pleasant cull
yesterday. Ho knows what to do
with good lumber.
Mr. J. W. O'Tuetl, of Brights
ville, was down "Wednesday and
called. Furniers aro getting busy
preparing for another crop.
Mr. J. A. Usher, a prosperous
funner of Lester, was down yes
terday und called with u smile.
No speciul nows in his section.
Mrs George H. Powell of Clio
raw und little children huve been
spending a fow days boro with
hor parents Mr. and Mrs. T. G.
Married on Thursday evening Jan
miry 18th 1906, nt tho residence of
the lindon parents, Mr. und Mrs J. lt.
Lawrence, at 6 o'clock, bv Rev. Cline
A. Jones, of tho Baptist Church, Mr.
IUA HOWARD BOUND* and Miss
NELLIE BI/Y LAWKKNCB.
Tho occasion was ouo of merriment
?nd pleasure. Tho spacious residonco
waa tastefully decorated, and tho in
(crest and good will of all for thc
young couple was marked by Iheir
sinceto and happy expression and tho
shower of handsomo aud useful
Mr. Bounds is a son of Mr Ira
Bounds and is liked and esteemed hy
all who know him, also a popular
Linesman and faithful worker for the
Bill Telephone Company. Miss Nel
lie Lawrence is a native of New
York and an attractive and lovely
young womau, who has made many
warm friends ia Bennettsville by hoi
sweet dirposition and gentle man
Mews Hope Bounds and H. E
Wilcox, were best men.
Tho first brides maid, Miss Ethol
Lawronce, Was gowned in White
Thaisecond, Miss Ida Bounds, was
'gowned in Black and blue changeable
\rLln *flja gown 1 ' -
I l\i? ill vidih l.?eo 1 rim tuna: ?.
rh?? httpjiy uuuplo viii rigide m Bi?a
ne?t?viite for p??wmt, \v*<
lorin -i bean c?u?iratii . joli Lind iv kb
Married on Weduesdey eveniug
January 17th at the residonco of Mr.
E. Powers, and by tho same, Mr.
liraxton Levina and Miss Ida Quick,
all of Bennettsvillo.
More New Firms.
Since our writo up of laBt week
we learn of two more new i usineas
housob-Ono that openod up Fri
1st Messrs Moses W. Pearson,
for years salesman and collector
for tho Marlboro Wholeaale Gro
[cory, and his brother Mr. John
J. Pearson, havo opened a Whole
sale Grocery aud supply houao
near tho Depot and will carry
2d. Mr George W. Hearsay has
openod a regular Feed Storo in
the brick building next door to
E. Powers and will keep u supply
j of Corn. Hay, Meul, Bran, fiats
I and Ship-Staff for keeping your
I STATIC OF OHIO, CITY OK Toracno, )
LUCAS COUNTY. f 8B
1'rn uk J Cheney milken OUtb that lie <H
Mcoior partner of tho firm of tho F.J. Cho
noy & Co., doing bui-incR* in Ibo city of
Toledo, county and Slutn nforcnaid, und
and tliat mid lum will pay tho nun of ON ic
IIiiiNDiiicn DOLLARS for ouch aud every
cato of Catatrh that ounnot bo cured hy
tho UBO of llall'd Catarrh Curo.
PRANK J. CHUNKY.
Sworn to bi.'foro mo and mb cribed in
my presence, ibis 6th day of Doaombor, A.
I).. i?K6 A W GlruHnn,
f H.'.ul J Notary Public
? H'M Catanh Curo id token Internally,
and UC'.H dui elly on tho blood and imiooun
[surfaces of tho system, Testimonials froo,
F. J. CHENEY <fe Co., Toledo, O
Bold by all Druggists, 7<r> otu.
Tnko Hull's Pumily Pille for constipation.
PIHE-ULES fer the Kidneys
30 DAYS' TREATMENT FOR $1.00*
It is difficult to cure a cough or Inc
your sob from the discomforts ol a cold
unless you move the bowels lice's L'ix.
alive Honey and Tar acts on the bow?
els and (hives all cold out ol thc system.
For Group Whooping-Cough, Colds,
and aii Lung and Bronchial affections,
no remedy is equal to the original hoe's
Laxative Honey und Tar, A Liquid
Cold ('ure. Hold by Marlboro Drug
Don't You Want It?
Wo ask special attention to the
Sale and Rent Notice of Mr. J. A.
Hueke in another col tl m. He off
era un opportunity to some young
larmer to get a good start. Write;
him or go and attend the aalo.
Backache is never known to those
persons who lake an occasional dose ol
Pineales. The value of the resin obtain,
ed hom tho Pine tree bas long been re
cognized in tho treatment ot diseases ol
thc bladder and kidneys. One dose ol
pinculcs will give reite), und one bottle
will cure. Hold by Marlboro Drug (,'o.
TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS.
- Now moon on tho 24th.
- Not many sunshiney houri
80 far this month.
- Thirty cents got a movo ot
tho cotton seed last week.
- Ea.? ly gardeners av? setttaf
out cabbago plants,
- Mr. R. L Kirkwood has
somo fino sweot potatoes foi
- Mr. A. M. Fletcher has a
lot of "Burt" qv 90 days Oats,
which ho will soil at 60c a bushol.
- Mr. Sam Thompson lias Let
tuce ready to oat raised in his
garden under cloth cover. If
Lettuce, why not mustard and
JSgT* Heinz's Mince Meat and
some nice ? pound Fruit Cakes
nt W. M. Rowe's.
?ttF* Mince Meat, Apple But
ter und cranberry sauce at
W. M. Rowe's.
r- A move is on foot to open a
Skating Rink at tho largo Hall
over C, H, Crosland's new store
- Shrimps, Lobsters and
Deviled crabs at
W. M. Rowe's.
Everything you cat will taste good
and do goocftt you take King's Dyspep
sia Tablets. Sold by Marlboro Drug Co.
- Try a 2 lb can of Chase and
Sanborns Red Seal Brand Coffee
it is fino for sale by
W. M. Rowe.
- Celery every Saturday at
W. M. Rowe's.
- Try C. B. Hubbard for eggs
fruit, aud vegetables.
Pinesatve acts like a poultice Best
thing in the world lor boils,burns, crack
ed bands tetter, etc, Sold by Marlboro
- You will not droad tho sound
ofthe fire boll if you have an in
surance policy on furniture,
goods, store or residence with J,
One night is all the time necessary to
prove that Pineales is the best remedy
in the world for backache and all .kid
ney acid bladder troubles. If you have
rheumatism or any other blood disease
a single dose will give relief. Sold by
Marlboro Drug Co.
- Have you boen to Hubbard's
yet for bargains.
- Write Stanley's Businoss
Colloge, Macon Ga., at once for
College. Tho School can not
supply tho demand for its grad
- Call at S. J. Pearson's and
lind out what is tho matter with
- Wiley's Candies always
fresh at Bennottsvillo Pharma
cy Darlington street.
- Have you b?yupia, eui! on
the Optician at H "?- 'hearson '?
aud hud ' ut.
Ipili ?'(Sil S?? ol i!E!f
k ...vin .. \jiv u.iuu VJ ?v iviiii i
191 acres, lying on tho waters
of Little Black Creek in Chester
field county, 5 milos south of tho
town of Ruby on C. & L. Railroad
Four room house on tho nineo,
good water, convenient to church
and school. For further particu
lars address Wm. HORNE,
Hornshof o, S. C.
Croup is quickly relieved, and Whoop
ing Cough will not '"run its course" it
you use the original lice's Laxative
Honey and Tar. This Cough Syrup is
ditrerent from all others because it acis
on the bowls. You can not cure Croup
and Whooping Cough until yon rid the
system ol all congestion, by working
oil the cold through a copious action ol
die bowels lice's Laxative Honey and
Tar does this, and cures all Coughs,
Croup, Whooping Cough, etc, No
opiates Sold by Marlboro Drug Co.
A Thousand Dollars worth Of?ood.
A. H. Thurnes, a well known coal
operator of Buffalo, O , writes: ' T have
been ailicted with kidney snd bladder
trouble lor years, passing gravel and
stones with excruciating pain. I got
no relict from medicine until I began
taking Foley's Kidney Cure then thc
result was surprising A few doses
started the brick dust like bene stones
and now I have no pain across my kid
neys nnd now I tee! like a new man. Jj
has done me $looo wortli ol good.
?'OIIOKD TO STARVE}.
B. F, Leek, ol Concord, Ky., says
"For at) years I Suffered agonies, wit!
a sore on my upper lip, so paintu
sometimes, that I could not eat. Aitei
vainly trying everything else, I cure?
it, willi lhicklen's Arnica Salve." It'?
great lor burns, cuts, and wounds Al
J. T, Douglas's drug store, only 25c.
RING'S DYSPEPSIA TABLETS
Cure Indlnontlon ond Stomach Troubl?e
yyE ARE IN IT I
Heavy and Fancy Groceries ant
a full line of Canned Goods
Pickles, Sauces and Dainties
Candies, Cakes and Fruits.
Tobacco and Cigars
A nice line of Gloves, Hosiery
Heavy Underwear for mon ant
women, and many Noveltiei
Needfuls in the notion lino
A full line of Crockery, goot
enough for any home. In iii
ware we have anything fron
a cup to a milk bucket
Also, a nice line of Pants ant
Storm ('oats that we offer a
Wi* invite Special attention t<
our stock ot' Guns and Am mu
nition of Stevens make.
We have too a few nico coveret
baskets, to go as bargains.
Call and seo us
Marion S$. J>uncttBviIle, H. (
When in want ol
Oats, Feed Oat;
Corn Meal. Chi?
thing in the Fe
Gi W. HI
January 18, l(J0b\
a>i^^ii<-r?-*:tir-3?? os?:-:^ ? 9t3&G*f3G3ta asse
RELI&IO US NO TES.
Tho hour for evouimr Romeos ot tho
churches m now 7. JO o'olook.
Prayor mooting at tho Bnptlst church
nvcr> Thuroday ovoniog at 8 oo.
Prayor mooting at tho Methodist ohuroh
ovcry WuduoHuay at 8.00 p. m.
Prayor mooting at Proebytorian ohuroh
Thursday ovening at 8 oo.
Tho hour for Sunday School at tho
Mothodiat oburoh bnfl bcon ohangod to
3.30 o'clook in tho afternoon inBlcad of 4
Tho Epworth Loaguo Prayor meeting
lu hold evory Wedticuday ovonfng in tho
Sun "ay Behool room of tho Mothodint
ohuroh at 8 o'clook Tho |iuMlo invited.
HENT HER DOUB1E.
"I knew no on-, for four weeks when
I was sick with typhoid and kidney
trouble," writes Mrs Annie Hunter, of
Pittsburg, Pa., "and when I got better,
although I had one of the oct doctors
I could get. I was bent double, and had
to rest my bands on my knees when I
walked. From this terrible affliction I
was resued by Electric Bitters, which
restored my health and strength, and
now I can walk as straight as ever. They
are simply wonderful," Guaranteed to
cure stomach, liver and kidney disord*
ers; at J. T. Douglas's Drug store:
- You can always get wbaf
you want in Fruits, Vegetables,
and Etc., at W. M. Rowe's
TUB DIAMOND CURE.
The latest news from Paris, is tba'
they have discovered .1 diamond cure
for consumption. If you lear consump
tion or pneumonia, lt will however. b<
best lor you to take that great reined}
mentioned by W. T. McGee, ot Vanlecr.
Tenn. ' I had a cough, tor lourteer
years. Nothing helped me, undi 1 tool
Dr. Kind's New Discovery lor Consump
tion, Coughs ard Colds, which gave In?
slant redet,'and (fleeted a permanent
cure.' Unequalled quick cure, lor Throat
and Lung Troubles. Al T Douglas's
drug stoi'1; pticc 50c and $1 00, guur?
-.nt..(.f| 'priai hollie Iree
King's New Lile Pills They are a most
wondertul remedy, affording sure rebel
ind cure lor headache dizziness and
constipation, 25c at J T. Douglas's
Every Family Needs One.
If yon would bo independent 01
lazy liol j) get ono of those Clothes
Wu sher s now advertised in tho
Democrat. Saves your clothes and
saves yon money.
Write McColl Hdw. Co. MoGoll
and gel, prices.
-- - -? - .
?-Wo haye tho nicest lot of
Fruit ever offered for solo in
town and will continue to keep
tho best all through the holidays
Give nie a call before buying we
can please you W. M. Rowe.
PINE SALVE ACTsYlKEA POULTICE
CURES ALU FORMS OF 8KIN DISEASE
Prepared for tho Work.
Mr. S. J. Pearson, the Jewoler, lian
now one of tho latest improvements
for engraving your namo or initials
on any article of <rold or silvor or
plato in the most up.io dato manner,
rho fuiniples of work ulready done by
him aro just lino. Call and seo bim.
Have your eyes correctly
fitted with a first class pair of
EY E o L ASS KS ? We havo them
and are fitted up for tining ac
curate optical work. Wo guar
antee to lit your eyes perfectly
or refund your money.
S. J. PEARSON,
Aug 10 And Jeweler.
Tiley (J naran tee A Fit*
It you will givo the matter of
purchasing a nico tailor-rondo
suit careful consideration, maturo
deliberation and earnest cogita
tion, you will givo STRAUSS & CO ,
tho order which they guarantee
without, hesitation to f?ll to your
edification, your sweetheart's elu
tion, your friends admiration.
fer children/ ?af*? *<ir?r. Af? ?ptn*??
Horses Do Oct 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
ami a tonic is needed, lt ia not the a
mount ol loud eaten that makes muscle
and fat. More depends upon the prop
er digestion or assimilation of thc food
(han I?; rnmmmilii ?5i?r.r>r.c?wl N',,t l.i... .?
. - --.-/ -ri-? - . ~.f>
lias yet been discovered that will build
up a horse or mule better than Ash
cralt's Condition Powders, the only
remedy in its class sold under a guar
antee. Ask Mr. Smith Newton, Hen.
nettsville, lor it-the kind put up in dos
?0 A ...I /\,ll li. rv vi/.rv.i! o
Hay, Corn, Seed
, Wheat Bran,
Meal; O, S, Meal
9k.cn Feed or any
d in Town?
Farm IG Wvwi and Administr?t'rs
Sale ot Personal Property.
On tho luiaee, tieur Denver Creek
Bi dgo, H thu "Chicken Hoi.ilv' about nix
j : ' r a (.'..* : ttovillo, tb? uprlarMgurd,
III .. .ii> uHtrn.ii-.i- of W, ?. IIT-KIC, will off r
f?-i Pill? Ut *. \i ll tho foll ? . i-itf po'.1'IHll
prC| rn <n v, il ;
0 ? ll lien One Mule, Ouo Ouw,
. Lot ol ii'ga, Two Bu^ir'u-8,
O.i i ' ( I HM Wagon,
Iii IBO Wagon and llameen
0 i I i>b ul !i'orfttiO, Oom nud Pca'i,
0 II i 1 ? ' >wl*, Farm I in pie. mon te.. &o
1 . ua tinto and placo, tlio uald
fforcd for Unat, for t yea',
. ! p or for m ?.MIC v.
f i vra ihoro aro about 300 plum
:; threo ucrea Iii Uewbertks,
..nlf noroo in A ?pu ra gu ii, and
t)d land in good Btnto of cul
0 and Renting Monday Jan?
i 0 Tho farm will bo reined
i Ol yonra.
J. A. HUSKS,
oifitrntor of W. A. Hunko
, N. C , Doo. 2y, 1905.
Ol . OV COUNTY TttRABURBB,
. 0, S. C., Sept. 14, 1005.
hereby given that tho Booka
? '-i foi h? . lection of Tiixt'H of Marlboro
lineal your commencing Jan
1 bo open at tho Trcaauror'a
> in .ctlBvillo on Monday October
i r.o d will remain opon until the
bor, without ponalty After
a i ponalty will bo added 011 all
Tho tax lovy thia year in
uuty lax OA milln
lli'uii al Behool tax 3 mill?
I ?Md t!\\ la?/ 1 fi mi-I?
"i lu rollo* i-i thu ? for ftpooi 1
boan i Rpbl
b .Un k,
2 i milla
2 i milla
inc Dollar on all male per
? 10 ag<!9 of 21 and Co y eure,
.'< erato ooldiem aud those
. u wi CX01 pt b? Uw.
omi t.tten H iud Tax of One Dollar
iii . i bo ?ted ma).' p'l-onfi from iS to
> "ar* of ago,
J. It. THOMAS,
(ti urer MAI il?..ro County,
Pjr if? un
iv.1.1. .1 ky 131?
? tul.' iUdWIuf.
1 Jil SALE.
slcr rilli* '22 cal, take
I, magazine carries
tIiis rill? also shoots
22 lou ?J; Hilo car
i Ii ul any changos, i t
iii t fin?s Hilo, good as new
perfectly accurate. Apply
al Den otllce.
Th.' N? w I (Hi I'iils.
t blood and liver
1 -ire known over
M irlbi ? b'or the convenience
( iers Ito has lo fl a
1 this office whore
i 1 t lie ni.
? ? MM. M.? I.
A if AND WOOD.
Best Oy ja
F 01 VV od,
and .0 '
I 'or sale b
ss Shingles Two
Poul' Foot Wood
P. C* Emanuel.
T ! H Cl -M OF ?4
J . U Thoroughbred
il ?0 cents home de
liv i IO ci extra for packing
anio ?"..' to Express office.
MOOOLL, S. 0.
Practieal Pharmacist and Dealer in
gS?uro juruga and patent Medicines.
? WE ?LSD C?RRY |
-?mi nm mm .f in? w-MW?II II I --??nm.iri muni f, ?nwv*ii?i*.?
STANDAR? MEDICINES, \
TOILET and Fancy Articles, ft
VA TIONA R y and SUPPLIES f
HUU8HE8 or all kinds,
VARNISH ami STAINS,
LAMPS, SHADES, Etc.
FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours
and guaranteed to be of the Purest JJntg* and at
A full line Garden Seed & Onion Sets.
Thankful for pnat natronugo youro for n pro8i>orou6 uew year.
J. T, DOUGLAS.
?J anim, y 1 1905
HAPPY NEW YEAR" TO ALL!
Is the Earnest Wish of
with most hearty Thanks
for the patronage of the
Continue to Remember us, when in want of
DRESS ?G-OODS, SHOES, CLOTHING
LADIEs; QOODs, and don't forget our
PIANOS OR ORGANS*
CALI, ON US WK AHE ALWAYS ULAH TO SEE YOU.
STRAUSS & co.
WE HANDLE BARGAINS TOO,
rc O u ?t? TQ vv ? 11 itv* BI r ooMK IUG:IT ON TO .
f i Atm 15 MI
Dry G-oofis, uiotnmg, ?noes, IN otions
And Fancy Groceries*
tar Fresh Waler Ground Nf BAX* and HOMINY a specialty.
Wo Keep a full lino iii each Department und will fill your Wanta in each
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
When you come to Town call and seo us. Phono orders in town delivered
FREE, and satisfaction guaranteed,
Call and see us-Near Douglas*1 Drop; Store.
HOUSEWIFE : Your attention, please.
VOU A ll K HU BRING VOU1? LIFK AWAY, or tho lifo ol some othor woman,
I Als.? 11 io lili- of Your Clothes, by usini! on OLD WASH BOARD. Lay asido
vour nhi ?VUHII Board and buy you a "1900" Washer,
lt wmhe? n whole Tub lull of clothes JUST AS EASY and JUST AS QUICK
us a s'ut'ilo garment, and a good deal ouster? and quicker than you poasibly'can wabli
saint; on a VVath Hoard.
Tho "I'lOO" Washer ia
built ou soientitic prio
oipies, It revolves on
ball h ariiuis, which
reudei* i lip rotary mo
tion as EASY as thc
Whjoli of ? High
Crade H ic volo.
lt sa vos Timo, Labor,
Money and dollies.
It luis no Superior as
Half tho tithe, half tho work anil worry, wi
IE AR of the Clothes, can bc saved in every h
Kor funher particulars, or for pi icos and c
lt wusbes all kinds and
prados of materials,
from tho finest Laces
to ibo coarsest labt io
TEAR, or Breaking
It is guaranteed io clo
A THIAL will prove
all wo obiiiu.
li moro thto lltlf tho WEAR, mid
onie i h.tl has? "lflOO" Warier,
ut alon tie, wnfo br cai! on
The McColl Hardware Co.,
Machines always in Stock
February 2:1, 1905.
MCCOLL, S. C.
Ay els for llii.s Territory.
I WELL WT 11RI1(1 m1
U vv JULJJJ hm i ijiiuu UiUiiJu,
If you noGd anything, we have it, and
ha Yo competent men to serve you.
DRUGS, MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICLES; PERFUME
RY, STATIONERY. In fact, everything lit Ibo Drug lino.
m- Prescription work Our Specialty,
Wo solicit your patron age?
? . ?. iVta'-lTHEW S, Mar,
- WILEY'S CANDY.- PHOKB 43.
I . cr: ~
For sale at.
IN EFFECT APR iii 6, ??jo
WBSI BOUND FROM BENNETISVlLLa
V 05 o m
7 15 a m
7 20 a ur
7 30 a ru
7 35 o m
7 40 u ni
7 40 a in
BAST MOUND iT.OM CUKRAW.
8 10 a m
8 20 ti tn
<s 30 a m
8 40 ? tri
8 50 a tn
0 00 a m
Ar. Ronnel ?nvilln 0 15 ti ni
V 00 t< ?
7 15 p m
7 20 p nt
7 Itt p in
7 40 p MI
7 46 j in
.7 55 ii m
8 IO p in
No. 4. '
9 15 p nt
0 40 r liv
? 4:5 p l!Ai
047 p nv
'.) 52 p m
10 00 p ut
10 05 p m
IO 20 p na
AT BKNNKTTHUIM.K-Thu routh bonrd
.norning1 tralim on'A, 0. L. cooncotH with
train No 1. Train No 2 oooueote with A.
0. L local f rcijiil D?rth und ROU tb boiuui.
AT Km,I.OOK-Train Noa 1 and 2 00/1
noct willi notth and Routh bound S. A. JJ
AT CnanAW-Tiaiu No 3 oonno?t* wit hi
north and nouth bound 8 A. L. tra i nu,,
nod train No 4 connect* with north bound
*i. A. L trains
A. J MATHESON,
V, I*, and Gen. Man..
SU H ET Y BONDS,
101 DELIT Y AND COURT.
CONTRACT and 1<TD EL LT Y BONDS,
Thoro are no bettor compunios thura
beso, represented by
JNO. S. MOORE.
- - ? ni-.
tl H. NEWTON, JENNINGS Ki OWENS.
NEWTON & OWENS,
Attorneys at Law,
BENNETTSVILLE, So. CA.
Offices Over Planters National Bank?
. Attorney at Lav,
Bonnottovillc, S. 0.
Ornoo on Darlington street ot ar Poota
Tologrnpt office. January, I8?y.
DR. SPENCER. :]M
OFKICK Up ataira iu Crosland RniMing,
UENNI??'I'TBVIIJTJI?J, S. C.
Attorney nt Law and
OOloo in Oourt HOUES.
1 1 A HO CURE ^?^_?-M.?f.S8?B
! Iii P?? ? ':. v,
i ki va w KU vc& nx?f h?w VJ
J.T /CONSUMPTION Pifed
'FOR I OUGlhSoml 60c & $1.00
j IDOLOS Proa Trial. f|
j ?uxoot arid Quickest Ouvo lox- alt '
TlillOAT anti liXING TROoi?- $
I I/SO, o^MONEY BACK.
WE STILL FEED
THE HUNGRY ?
Wu KN in town and you wont u good
mool, romcmbor wo oao Herve you,
A good moat, for 250. ; Restaurants
north of tho Market?
FRESH OYSTERS in every ?tyle?
WHEN YOU ARIO IN NKED
Or anything in my line, don't
forget to call on me, at my place ol busi?
ness near tito Atlumio Coast Lino and ihei
Soaboard Air Lino Passenger Depots,
or write mo. Designs and P??*?>**fsw'v
famished on application.
Phone No. 05.
J W, MoELWEK.
January 25, 1905.
MMnmmno ? : ?taran
Anyono ROII.UIIK n (.ketch jiixl de.ioiii.Moi) winy
quickly MOO'taln our opinion freo wbetlior ni).
Invention Is probably patentiihlo. ConinuinlCH
MonsBtrictiycontidontiiii. IIAHDllOOK on Pat ?nui
sont freo. OldCHt nuoncy f >r Hccurlnpt pntcntn.
Patents tritton through Munn A Co. rocolvt)
tptctal notice, wit bout chnrKO, lu tba
A handsomely Uhmtrntod we.okly. ?.nrtroRt cir
culation of ftny BclopUHO Joui'iin). Tarma, ?3 a
yoari tour mon Uni, M. Sold l.y ul) nowfulontoiA.
MUNN & Co.30llt New York
Branch Oftloo, C25 V HU, Wnehiuxton. D. C.
(M\m OF BGH DDI! UL
SEABOARD Air Llfie RAILWAV,
The Sea boo td Air Line Hy sehr J ??
ulo was dhan ged on January lot)..
Trains leave Oneraw.S. C.. r.:-> Fol?ow? .
N?>rthbound No llb ?t 8:05 a. t>>.
No ftO at 0;24 p. m..
Southbound No 57 at 8;06 a. io.
M No 27 at 10:40 p. tu .
Tho Bonnetlsvillo and Oheraw li.
lt., leaving Bennettsvillo at 7.06 u.
m , connect with No 60 and No -r>7.
Tho afternoon train leaving Ben
netlavillo nt 7 p. m. gives Ben'iieiT?*
ville people nn opportunity lo t.'iko
ti nins No 60 and No 27.