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?. A. BROWN * A a fautor
" Friday Marou 9, 1908
ISwbscrlptlon Prlett
One year..$1.00
Six months.60
Three months.25
Cotton Growers Association.
Upon tho failure of President
Harvie Jordan coming to address)
tho people of Marlboro on the 5 th,
there waB uo mooting of tho As
sociation, but it was arranged that
Col. R. M. Peguos prosident of
the County Association attend the j
Mass mooting at Florence on tho
Vtli, and thore make arrangements
with Mr. A. B. Stuoky, tho Dis
trict Orgauizor, io visit our county
ut the earliest dato possible and
address the pooplo of Marl bo re, of I
which mooting duo notico will bo
given in the papers.
The pooplo of tho county are
ur god to come out to this meeting,
and it is especially urged that
'ivory member of tho "Organizing
Committee" of each township be
prosont to assist in outlining a un
iform polioy of organization.
A lotter from Prosidont Jordan
vas received begging all farmorsj
to "hold tho spo s tight," and
force tho market up. Also to "hold
down the acreage of last yoar at[
'oast ten per-cent sud increase tho
food supply crops." If this is done
*.ho day of 15 couts cotton is noar|
.it hand.
PEN AND 8CI880RQRAFH8
The United States Court con
ened at Florence Tuesday.
A school for printing will pro
ably bo added to the list of toch
. ical schools at Clemson.
Rev. H. G. Scudday the great
revivalist is in Columbia doing
a great work.
The big building used by the I
Seaboard for its goneral offices |
t Portsmouth Ya., was destroy
by fire Sunday.
Lieut Goneral Schofield died
at St Augustine last Saturnday.
i he remains were taken to the
Arlington cemetery.
2,000 Jews from Russia arrived
iii Now York Friday after having}
been detained a long time in
i Camburg for inspection.
Moridian, Miss., was swept by
cyclone on Friday last which
ausod tho loss of 150 lives and
wo million dollars of property,
A now way of getting rid of J
boarders is to go after thom
through the transom. Hasty's)
'.eionco in a murder trial at Gaff
ney.
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iii
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t J>>"M i ri . .
?i.uk>l>j, uto vxaiiuoy
ilotel man who killed two of
his guests has been tried, io mid
, uilty, and given a life sentence
whicp he richly deserved.
Statistics show that the boll wee
il destroys ten million dollars
/orth of cotton annually and that
?t moves eastward about fifty
ailes a year.
We hopo these peats will stop
vhon they reach tho Atlantic.
Eleven-cent cotton and goneral
prosperity do not. justify a farmer
in making his fertilizer bill too
argo. Tho more economy practi
:od tho better off ho will bo next
all.
Kussel 1 Sago, tho Now York
multimillionaire who is ?aid to bo
0 closefisted, is creditod with say
ing this : "In tho home only is
.hero truo hapinoss. it is there a
nan's best ideas got their birth
and grow. Tho tender caro of a
j.iood wife is the finest thing in
ire world.
I The privilogo tax Bales show
,] hat tho farmers of South Caroli
a have purcliasod to date moro
han 80,000 tons moro fertilizer
'bau during tho same period last
ear. This indicatos bigger crops
f some sort. If all this fortili
ir goos under cotton there is
oing to he a squeeze to got tho
1 lonoy to pay the fertilizer notes
Ilia fall. A big crop will help
io speculators and mill mon de
press tho price.
IRE AT TATUM.
On Monday morning about 4
i clock the large barn and sta
ges of Mr. .). A. Stanton at
'.I atum were burned, together
i*ith three valuable horses, one
of Which was valued at $400,
is carriage, two buggies, a car
. ad ol' hay, lot of corn, and
ther property. Matches, rats,
or combustion, not known
bich. He had a small i ns ur
ace of $200.
. donday In Mardi,
A large crowd came to town
Monday, the most of them ex
pecting to hoar Harvie Jordan
but he failed again. However
meeting of tho Cotton Grow?
era was hold a report of which
jp ppears elsowhere.
The stock market was crowd
. d and some sales made. The
exhibits of poultry by Messrs
ii. A. and .1. S. Covington, E.
C. Newton and J, M. Moody
?vero good and all made sales.
The ( >wd was an orderly one
(ind vory many spent tho whole
??ay.
DOTS PROM HARMONY.
Mr. Editor-Aa WO havo nothing iront
our section r icontly we will irv end give
you a tow dote.
Far mo rs are busy preparing for ono th or
orop. We think choy oxneot to ant lee
cent for their conon, There will not bo 1
a largo corn orop planted, but moro oats
than usual this year.
Miss Cora Ethel Clark spout last wook
with hor cousin Miss May Clark.
Mrs Ann Conner, cf Dillon, is viotiicg
relative? and friends in this oommuniiy.
Mr. John U. MoDaaiel, who has boon
no vory siok for sovoral wcokn, is conval
escing, much to tho delight of hia many
frionas.
Mrs Elizabeth Quick, ono of our oldest
and boat women, is etill seriously ill. but
is thought to bo better at prosont.
Our young people gathered at tko homo
of Mr. J. T. Clark ou Sunday afternoon
and had a pleasant (imo Hinging.
Miss Susie Covington, of BonnottavHle
who is teaching for us, is doing fine work
?moog our litt lo folk*. Hbo io a young
woman of noble qualities both of heart
?nd mind and has mado many fr io ads in
our midst. Sho gove two cntortatmont*
duing tho month of February-ono ai
Harmony aod ono at Clio. A small ad*
mission foo was charged for tho boDofit of
hor school-room. Wo loam that euffioiont
funds woro proourod, and o very ono who
attended was well satisfied that his timo
aod money waa woll spent.
TWO FARMER BOYS.
March G, 1900
CUPID'S WORK.
Died at her home on tho Chora w ]
road near the Fosterling Mill, after a
short illnoss, on Sunday morning last
about 10 o'clock, Mra Anna G. Eas
terling, beloved companion of tbe
late Robert C. Eaaterling. These two
big hearted and generous men.her? of
society were willing instruments in
doing all tho good that was in their
reach. Their home was distinctly
religious and proverbial for ito hos
pitality to all.
Sho leaves one sister, Mrs B. E.
Mooro, several brothers and a large
family connection to mourn her loss.
Tho funeral services were hold at
Oak Ridgo cemetery on Monday after
noon, conductod by ber pastor Kev.
E. M. McKiasick,?Bsiaied by Rev. F.
H. Bhuler and Rev. T. E, Morris.
***
The romains of an infant babo
of Mr. and Mrs W. B. Frasor were
brought over from Darlington Fri
day afternoon to be laid to rest in
tho family lot in Evergreen cem
etery. The sorvies wero conduct
ed at 5.30 by Rev. Chas, A. Jones
of tho Baptist church. The fami
ly have tho sympathy of their
many friends in Bonnottsvillo.
***
Died in this town at tho Hotel
Marlboro on Friday morning last,
March 2, 1906, after a protracted
illness of consumption, Mr. Boyd
Hamer, son of tho late Thomas
Hamer of Tatum, and a nephew
of Mr. B. F. Hamer. He was a
splendid young man, of ?ne qual
ities of head and heart, and when
stricken down was working at tho
Hollis Wholesale Grocery. He
loaves a devoted mother, three
iv' - \ -. ( abd it host ol
.
; I'3d h 'hf to- ' ere tjtud 1 > ivu
\ak Midge cemetery on Kathi
? il.*. <' omi ht; ,.<d v) -\.<'k vvith
~j Marlboro
I Lodge No. 88, A. F. M.
BEE'S LAXATIVE HONEY ANO TAR
CURES COUQH8 AND COLDS
Gentlemen of The Jury,
Tho lollowing is the Grand Jury
for 1906 and the Petit Jurors for the
March term of tito Court of General
? Hessious :
GRAND JURY FOR 1906
II. B. Freeman, J. M. Jackson,
li. A. Hamer, W. W. Parham,
G. R. Welch, J. T. Bundy,
W. B. Pegues. T. K. Adama,
W. R. Parker, J. R O'Neal,
Eli Willis, Sol. Brown,
W C. Smith, H. L. David,
J. Thad Quick, D. P. McQuaige,
C. C. Quick, M. E. Brigman.
PETIT JURORS MARCH* TEHM
S J Alsobrooks, J HonJy Stanton,
Samuol Oakloy, Robt C. Coxe,
A h Parham, Wm. McCollum,
W P Breeden, D W Weatherly,
J E Powers, Elmore Allen,
ll S Grant, J D Edens,
Sylvester Bennett, II. C. Campholl,
W L Webster, C. T. Mooro,
0 W Odom, F il Ivey,
Chas. Coningham, W D Jenkins,
John W Bowyer, A L Calhoun, Jr.
J T Breedon, W T Willis,
J II Harper, E W Smith,
C A Brown, J D Mooro,
Durham Hyatt, T M Adams,
J A David, W C Barrington,
W K Bethoa, A B Hamer,
R T Weatherly, F. Monning, Sr.
CHATING CARNIVAL FOR THE
LITTLE FOLKS.
Tlie Carnival for Friday night
of lliis week will be givon for
thebeneilt of the Murchison Gru
eled School Grounds. Uuit|ue
Costume and Fancy Skating.
Przes will be given for the bost
represen ti ve costume to boys
and girls under 12. The child
ren nave learned to skate re
markably well and we are sure
that if you will come out and
bring your family you will en
joy yourself. Admission 25c
Children 15c.
Sad Acoidont at Marion,
Mr. J. H. Fyans, a prominent
attornoy at Marion, and a cousin
of Hon. John Gary Evans, whilo
sitting in a socond story window
ot tho McMiilon building on Fri
day night last talking with a friend
in nomo way lost his balance and
foll to tho stroot bolow striking
on his hoad and concussion of the
brain was tho result. Ho is still
critically ill.
It is always well to obtain
what one desires, but it is bet
ter to desire only what one can
obtain.
DOTS FttOM ?R0WN3VILLK
tt?pptfainfr Anion* tito ?>?oplo tit 'I'liln
Prosporous Township.
Mr. EDITOU -News is very
scarce in our section nt this
time. Oar farmers aro hard
down hauling fertilizers and
preparing for another crop.
Grain is doing well. Mr. J. T.
Brigman has made ?reut im
provements on tlie Henley place
since he carno in possession. Mr
B. is a cracking good farmer.
The contractor is pushing the
work on the new parsonage at
Bingham, and we nope it will
soon be ready for our preacher.
Mr. J. W Gunter made a Hy
ing trip to Marion laot week on
business. ,
Mr. R. L. Bennett of MoOoll
Sassed through our section one
ay labt week on business. Bob
is a hustler.
Mr. A. B. Bryant of Rowland
spent Inst week In Brownsville
with his sister Mrs. J. H. Oarabo
Sr., and friends
Glad to report that Mr h. C.
Oarabo of Blenb ?im is improv
ing from a sovete caso of pneu
monia.
Mr. J. L. Sawyer is the hap
piest man in Brownsville. Sa ye
cotton may go to 40 cento or
fall to 8. it will cut no ice with
him.
March fi, 1906. J. H. C.
ANNUAL INSPECTION.
The annual inspection of the
Bennettsville Guards will take
place here 7th of next month.
Capt Dan Pate has a good com
pany and those young men not!
already members should see
him and get in the line of pro
gress.
For Tho School Boys.
Two boys wont to market with
60 ducks. Tho larger boy took
30 of tho largest ducks and sold
them two for $1. The smaller
boy took thc remaining 30 ducks]
and sold thom threo for $1. They
received for their ducks $25.
When they got homo they told
their father thoy sold their (lucks
nt tho rate of five for $2 and gave
him $24. Explain how it was j
possible for tho boys to make tho
dollar by this transaction.
What Wo Should Learn.
The greatest lesson needed by
mankind is economy and laying
up during wage earning time for
after years. Tho next best lesson
is that manhood does not need
nor want any Individual favors or
support from its follows, which are
?jot universal and voluntary.-W.
R. Williams, Indiana.
|IahV bolutuOet \mn cot ? io
ou t "i Iv.M hoad to top h i niki nbi ut.
- f l i.-i (oct to I rani pied ur??h y
hbo; bili oui. ? illili sido to bo o il
-.Mtt) hihi litidor his tirm t oe
protected, and near his heart to
be loved.-Mathew Henry.
Bonnettsville Mercantile Go., Agts for
The celebrated Cotton Dropper.
Guano Distributors.
Home made Virginia Lard.
Kingan's Hams.
STARVING TO DEATH.
Beeauee hor stomach wo* HO woakoncd
by uselo?s drugging that BIIO could not cut,
Mrs Mary H. Watora, of St. Clair at , Col
urubuH, O., waa literally ntarving to (loath.
Sho writes : ''My stomach waa so vory
weak fiom ?nele i diugs that I could not
oat, and my norvos so wrecked that I could
not sloop; and not botoro J was given ap
to dio wns I induced to try Electric Rittern
with tiro wonderful result that improvement
began at onoo, and a comploto euro follow
ed/' nest hoa'.th Tonio na curtin 500.
Guaranteed by J. T. Douglas, druggist.
MOT Those Grit and Shell Box
es at The Feed Storo aro "Dandies'
So aro the Drinking Fountains.
WELL WORTH TRYING.
W. II. Brown, tho |iopulur ponsion at
torney, of Pittsfield, Vt., Buys : "Next to
a porndon, tho best Hiing to got is Dr.
King'd New Lifo Pills, Thoy koop my
family in splendid health." Quick euro
for Hcadacho, Constipation and biliousness.
2?0 at J. T. Douglas's tl rug storo.
?fiy* Bran, Shorts, C. S. Meal,
Cooked Cow Feed-all milk pro
ducers, at "Tho Feed Storo.
O. B. Burhuns Tostilloa Altor Four Years.
(i. B. Burhans, of Carlisle (Jenter, N,
Y., writes: "About four years ago I
wrote yon stating that I had been en
tirely cured ol a severe kidney trouble
hy taking less than two bottles ot Foley's
Kidney ('ure. It entirely stopped the
brick dust sediment, and pain and sym
ptoms of kidney disease disappeared. 1
un? glad to say that I have never had a
return ol any of those symptoms during
the lour years that have elapsed and I
am evidently cured to stay cured, and
heartily recommend Foley's Kidney
Cure to any one suffering bom kidney
or bladder trouble." Bennettsville Phar
macy.
BARGAIN ill VOIL
FOR SALE--185 Aero? of Land at Os
borno, N. C., on main lino of Seaboard Air
Line Railroad, joining tho Depot Lot with
plenty of frontngo on Hui bond track for
any kind of manufacturing Plant. Good
water powor within 200yards of Depot.
Ginnory completo with machinery almost
now.
30 inch Turbine Wator win el.
Bot of Mill Rooks.
Good 4 room hotiHO, barn, outbuildings.
Some timoor and lot? of wood on it.
Tho not inoomo from tho gin nlono will
pay interest on doublo tho amount that tho
wholo e.m bo bought for,
Apply to T. 8. GREEN,
March 8, 1006, Hiokory, N. C.
gau or of Johu D. R.i iu tV.il ?r, bul c
?overul large fortune;. lt?\ o been J ]
j
meut iu bringing to point .ii .01 lit (
lion and doveloping tho. p r. fl liol t
known ns "BHOMONIA." <
Tho p.esent company, a fte! ? long ?
and todious litigation, have nc quired j
all right and title to tho trade mark
"Bromoniu,'' anaets and good v. '.! v%c
In a comparatively short tim. ?j?<).
monia will be known everywhere, evou
to tho remotest parts of il e e' inned
world.
Tho proof of tho purl' if', it ?" . !?'
eating. Tim more sit inion t thai
"Bromonia" is euch tro ondeua o/Ii.
oaey npd so beneficial t it lt slioitld
be in the home of oitiaeu In lim eivi
Hised is not enough now* aya to con?
vince the Sceptical public deluded UH
it has been in iii- past by if myriads
of fakers and hearties* ibfti'latnn^
who have takin (lu: publb ; mopey in
exchango for dangerous insidious
aud habit forming drugs. 'ho iu valid
io these enlightened day? vant some
evidence of sincerity he pi ,
the owner of i\ proprietary unod y be
fore invesling money
Wo propose lo 3ce thal q j'ry ct viii
zed human a h ?(. who do s lu try
our remedy al 001 1 ;peu t* can do so
without one ce , i o? i -1 \ 0 are oap
itttli/.ed ot Pour >)<\,,< o i
this amount b ing hought ieee ir;
in order to cam out citr I
Read tho foll ?wing cai efl.
If you have consumptio . s inn |
of the contagious forms oft poi
oni:ig we cannot cure you. cl.on'1
pretend to cure you. {OM I ?the i
individual treatment of sk i 1 1 ed pi
cialiet ; but if you are run
general health, if you have lysji
aro subject to fainting spol 8 lt vi tiu
to insomnia, biliousness, kidney .
liver trouble, catch cold telly I
your system is in that conditi
you may become an easy pi.
disease genus of pneumonia,
and the various epidemics, i' you are
bothered with constant heath
of memory, generally impaii od ni
ity, wo can help ..ou, and, if you
low our directions, ronder you
against sickness. Most skit
cnn be cured by the use of B
..BROMONIA" is to tho hu
tem what tho scrubbing bru
soap are to tho dirty wash bi
aids Nature to resume normal nolioi
Il increases tho strength, tho '
ability of the phagocytes of tl
it promotes the healthy flo
salivary and gastric secretir
your stomach is in good condil
[aro well. The Chinese at
people. They accost each otl
"How is your stomach ?"
Wo don't ask you to invest
until you have tried "Broun
our expense. A single hotl
times works wondeis. Out
Coupon at the bottom of this.
Write name and address pl
Be careful to address
BROMONIA CO
i .. <??>; ttttOMOjj ! .. I,- 'Vf , ? t
I horeb) ii?lovo il ill J 3 v
S hover; bop >v luul ? i ?.,?i \><
Kindly henel ) ie Oh
? w ithout any cost to inc whati \
Name.
City .
Stale address.
My nearest )
Druggist is ) .
25 and 50 cts.
J. T. DOUGLAS, Exclusive Win
Agent fur Bennettaville and vi
11??* I) e a 1 0 r H nol resid?
Benncttsvillo who desire an ai
will please apply to tho Mir
Dani Co., Columbia.
Fob 1), 1900. :i.
Citation For Leiters of Administ
STATIC OV SOUTH CA ROI
County of Marlboro-By I
MeLaurin, Judge of Probate
uRKRAs, IDA 1) u N n A a
made suit to me to grant ur
bettors of Administration cf the
ol'and liffccts of Janies 0. Dunbar
TI10.se are therefore lo cite and a
jsll all and singular thc kindred and
hors of the said James C. Bunba
ceased, that they ho and appear
mc, in the Court of Probate to bo I
Bonnetlsville, S. C., on tho Ulli
March, after publication thereof,
o'clock in i he foro noon, to show cn
any they have, why tho said Ad
(ration should not bo granted.
Given under my hand, the 27lh
February, Anno Domini, hum.
MILTON MeliAURti
Mar, '1, 1006. Judge of " roi
. yr wyr yr -ww yr v ?r??? vyw wv ?r?
LUMBER FOR SA
Wi') aro now propnrod to lill Onie
nil kinda ot UNDRESSED LU.N I '
Phono or vvrilo UH at Blooboltn, S ('
NA IM ICR & NAPIK
Fob, 22, 1906.-4
NOTICE OF FINAL DI8CHARG
EST. OK ti. M. QUISON.
HAVING nied in thc Probato Juilgii
Woo ( I' Marlboro county our flou
turn as Exc.out.orn of thc Kiitnto of >
Gibson, Notion is boroby given that Wi
apply to mid Court on tho 23d day of M
1906 fur a fluftl d?Hcburgo IK9 ExooulO
naiil l?talo. T. ll. GlliSON,
W. N. unison,
Pcb. 23d 1906. Exeunt.HI
? ? T? CF OF FINAL DISC HAR GI
Fstatc of (Mun lol tc Quick.
I'TAVINU filed in tho Probate Jud?
.1.1 Offloo of Marlboro County my li
Return ns Executor of tho ?slalo of Oh
lotto Quick, Notice is hereby ??von tl
1 will apply lb said Court on thc ld
day of March for fl linnl discharge as sn,
Executor. UNOS B. QUICK,
Fob. 13, BJOft, Qualified Execute.
IMMMiMIMMR \?axsia.. .
A LL Sub?Trustco Stnokholdora dr any
J* othor parties holding eortifloates of
Stock issued to tho Sub Alliauoos of tho
louoly of Mm Ibo'o (named bolowlby thc
[farolera Ailiauoo Exohnngo | limited] of
South I Carolina, oro horoby notified at
)nco to turn over, uud surrender said cor?,
ilioatoa to mo. in ordor that 1 muy ex
ihaugo ?amo for tho return of tho money
brwhieh they wore issued. Do CiCtdciuy
nu aot at ooco :
No. Cort i .
fica to
67
68
59
CO
Ol
02
63
Nnmo of Numbor
Alliunco Shines
DARGAN 1
UKI) HILL 2
PARNASSUS 1
SHILOH 1
Riiloy Springs 1
SMITH 1
BROWNSVILLE l
CHAS. CROSLAND.
County Trusloo Stoi kholdor
Fob. 20. 1900. 4
Wo aro now prepared to lumire
vour country dwellings aod othor pro**
(.orly. Seo when your policy oxpires
.ad got our rate?.
Cuo.sT.ANn <& TYSON.
t hone 212. ' Tho Insurance Mon.''
J8@>Q' Co and eeo tho line of poul*
h y supplies at "The Feed Store."
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
EST AVK OK MANY ANN IV KY.
2/AV INO lilcd in the Probate Judge's
\* * Ollico nf Marlboro county my Final
!;? urn UH Administrator of tho ICstato of
M ry Ann I voy, Notiooh) hereby uivon
? t I will apply to said Court on tho 19ih
lay of Maren 1900 for Lettons Disiuissory
u mell Administrator.
LEVI IVEY,
! ?. 19 1900. Qualified Adiuinntrator
Notice of Court
N
I )TICK ?B horoby given thut tho Court |
of Gonoral .SCBR?OHB for tho County of
M Iboro will conveno at Bonnottsvilto1 on
third Monday in Mnrch, noxt, (.hoing
day thereof) 1906, in and for the
county of Marlboro and Stato of South
< n lina. All poreoiiH iutoreated will toko |
due notice tlioreof.
J. A. DRAKE,
Clerk Court of C. P. & G. 8.
For Marlboro Co., S. C.
.b y Q. 1906.-I m
LT ARE YOUR EYE3 WORTH I
tliout Properly Fitted Glasses?
1 should o:ill a url have them ex*
?ned hy us with our newEleotliol
.scoi'C. No elia-eos for exam i
on. Our entire Optical Parlor
-) oomph to thal we can itt and
se every patient,
il attention giveu to fitting glass
,)< , ..?ii ? and 1 'pucia >,
Marble W oms.
for MONUMENTS or
aVEBSTONE. piomptly filled
me, at my place ol business near
.tUuuio Coa6t Lino mid tho Koa
Air Li .io i'afscng 'i Depots, or
nie. Designs and 1'ricca furnish*
application,
c No. 95.
J. W, MeELWKE.
ary 25, 1900.
06 Coldng Prevents Pneumonie
C. MORRISON,
. DKAI.RR IN -
oil and Plumbing Suup?ios.
cctric Lamps a Spooialty.
ter City ICI air lc Tin nt.
i 11.1. Pennottfivillo, S. 0.
Lo port all troul>'o with thu lincH br
lights to tho abovo
o fy M s ?ff
^^2S^?S9<^ooL >oOOOOOOC
>.?. Watch Itcpairiiig;
NE OP OUR SPECIALTIES.
li I
li Kyo.H Ulalie Strong.
ig us ta Eit your EyoB up with a
pair of Puro Cryntalino I?OUBCH.
^?too to BU it yr u or refund your
oy-th n t'a our plan,
i 0 tho Lowest oohalatent with
olaHH work.
SAM J, PEARSON,
JKWBI.ISR ANM) Ol'; KUAN,
ly looftted nt
N ET TS VIIiL K , H. 0.
PASS NOTICE.
un aro warned not to treapasB
immer, OBpeclolly hunting will?
or fishing, on either tho
11" or "forlorn Hope" lands,
township, on pain of tho pen.
oing.
ADDISON IIAYICB, IJCPHOO.
.j 1906
S. m DOtJCrlj AS*
W
E take great pleasure in announcing to our patrons and the
general public that we will have with us for the following
?ayaonly March8th 9th 10th and 12th
Optician, representing the celebrated firm of A. K. Hawkes, At
lanta, Ga., the largest and most favorably known optical estab*
lishment in the South,
He will Test Eyesight and Fit Glasses,
The Doctor is a graduate of ene of tho leading Ophthalmic
Colleges in the United States, ie thoroughly conversant with all
modern methods in refractive science, including Itetinoscopy,
Ophthalmology, etc,, and has had long experience in his specialty.
REMEMBER
that we have arranged this engagement and secured the services!
of a man of ability and reputation and that we, personally, guar
antee his work.
All examinations are FREE, and only regular prices wili bel
charged for glasses.
You Can save Money
and obtain the highest class of professional service in this line,
by taking advantage of this opportunity.
Bear in Mind the Dates March 8, 9, IO and 12
BEHNETTSV1LLE MERCANTILE CO.,
- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN -
ALL KIND OP FERTILIZERS,
Fancy and Heavy Groceries.
WE keep all kinds of GRAIN, HAY. 8HIPSTUFF, &o.. The "BURT")
or 90 Day OATS. KED RUSTPROOF OATS, Virginia Waterground
MEAL, Fancy and Half Patent FLOUR-'"Hing Leader" can't be beat.
Jost received Barrel NICE MACKEREL
WE alan carry a complete line of DRY GOODS. NOTIONS, HATS and
CAPS, and tho famous Hamilton A Brown SHOES.
airy- Call and get our prices he fore buying,
WOT Prompt Attention givon to Ph mo Orders. Ring np 48.
BENNET rs VILLE MERCANTILE CO.
February I, 1900
lili W. D. MOOR17*
When in Want ol
Teams for the Railroad,
- or a -
Trif? to the Country?
''v: .Ready u: sorv*; Cilk for Teams.
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10 As he raft's
Condition Powders
Makes poor horses and mules fat without bloating. It
docs this by first thoroughly cleansing the system o?
all impurities, allowing perfect assimilation of food,
thereby creating solid muscle and fat.
Hor es and mules improve in appetite and spirits
after the first few doses, the hair sheds, and the new
coat is always sleek und 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, Beimettsville, S. C.
MCCOLL DRUG co., Mccoll S. CZ
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BENNETTS VILLE & CHER AW R. R.
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8 J? .11* O A1W
AIE UNK RAILWAY.
Leave Bennottsville *7.05 a. m., 7.00 p. m.
Arrive Choraw 8,10 p. ra.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
* Direct connections at OhoraW with through trains to
tho North, East, South and West.
Tire short lino and quickest time to Wilmington, Charlotte, Atlanta,
Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, .Now York,
Boston. Buffalo, Pittsburg and ail points North and East.
The .?hort lino and quickest time to Columbia. Havannah, Jacksonville,
Tampu, Montgomery, Now Orleans and all points South and Wost.
Foi further information call on J. T? MEDLIN, agent Hcnnottavillo &
Choraw R. lt.. Ronnettsvillc.S. C., or address W, h. BURtt?UOItS
T. P A.. SEABOARD Ant LINK RV., Columbia, tt*C.
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CHARLES P. HTKWART, A. O'. I'. A., S.A.I.. Ky. Savannah, ?o.
Head every page,
Yes, read every line,
For by this gauge
It may pay for time
EGGS FOR SALE.
QlLVBR LACED WYANDOTTE, Rtfg*
U all tho your. Prizo Hirds. For Rotting
of >5 ?B?fl SO
WHITE SINGLE OOMB LEGHORNS.
%K? Si.oo for Hotting of 15.
HUBERT MOKKI8.
Ronnottfivilto, 8, O.
Specials at Moore's.
Canned Tripe 20c each or 2 foi
86
Heinzs Picklo-frosh and good.
Fresh jolly-nesor tod--only 10.
Armour's Sanaago i ri tomate
?anco only 10 cont?.
Heinze's White Wino Vinegar
for pickling.
Flowers I Flowers 1
Mrs. J no 3. Moore has a flue
lol of Oeraniums, Begonia*
Ferns, Palms and other plants,
wol.l rooted, that she desires tc
sell Cuttings 25o per dozen.
and thofrroatost i-unntltlojof ovory
growing- thiner caa rsMUy bo IHXH
due ?d with tho llboralusoof Vlrglnia
Carolina XertUtzors. ,to?-oth?r with
cn roi ul cultivation. Tho matorialsor
rr blob they aro mudo, eau no t?iom to oiu
rich tho land.'and tho planta to como
up rapidly and moro prolific. Use
Virginia-Carolina fertilizers
on your fruits and fruit-troes
of all kinda, corn, wheat ana
all trucks. For, at bnrvost
time, you will have tao largest
(for thc80 will "inoroaao your
yield por aoro") and Uncut
crops you ovor raisod In all
your farm lifo. Don'tbuytho
Inforlur substituto that any
fertiliser aguutroay try to per
suado you to put on your land.
VIRGINIA-CAROLINA CHEMICAL CO..
Fiihsv?d, Y?., Xvrf-lV, Y?., Da/u*??, H. C.,
Cbuleiton, 8. 0., KMlimora, VA., All-mi-,
0?., SiTUuh, 0?., Montgomery, Al?., wg ...
M?inpM?, T?nn" Shrcreport, U.
FIRE! FIRE!
-Winter i? Coming
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, anti Waterproof
Cement Roof Paint.
$181,000 dollars worth ol
. property sa ved in Renuettsyille
from ruin, by the us? of the
above Paint.
It DONS NOT COST you a FORTUNE
to Paint your Hoof. See McDONALD
or W. P. RRIWDKN, Jr , and let them
Examine Your Kool or make prices.
Full explanation given in a personal
interview, or by letter. Special prices
by the Barrel, Wc arc now manufactu
ring this paint in Bennettsville, S. C.
Address all enquiries to
McDonald Roof Paint Co.
EennettnviUo, S. 0.
B6y? Don't forget that I have a nico
largo Refrigerator in which to keep
Butter, Cheese, Lard, Fruits and all
perishable goods fresh and cool during
the au tn mer months. \V. M. Howe
WARNING NOTICE.
ALL persona aro warned against trespass,
iug in nay inannor upon any of my land
or lands under my control, either by walk?
Irr*, vtdhig. entlie?, baobnfif, hunting, i/ih?
'..)g, gi'tudiig stool;, 0)' olin, .vi'.io, midor the
dcuultfou ot tho Jaw, . . ^'
li i (?S Ui??. r?. B. WUlOTiX.
FOR SALE ?
Parties in want of lirst class
Ln in ber can get it from
A. J. JONES,
Oct 18. Blenheim, lt. F. D. 1.
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