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S, ?. BROWN - - - Editor
Friday Marok 9, 1906
BL'J_!_._L_J.J-L1
l^ubncHntios Pr!??!
Ono year.i.00
Six months.50
Threo months.25
-?- COMING ~
TUESDAY MARCH 27 THE MY
FOR TUB Bia RALLY.
Mr, A. B. Stuckey, District
Organizer and Warehouse Pro
moter will address the Farmers
and Business men of Marlboro
County at Bennettsville on
Tuesday March the 27th al IO
SO a. m. All are earnestly re
quested to attend.
Bi M. Pegues,
Pres, of County C. A.
march 14, 1906.
A STRANGE SUICIDE
Takes Laudanum and Lays Down
On tho Railroad Track.
Jamos Preston Quick, a well
known colored citizen of Smith
ville, was found dead on tho Sea
board Railroad Tuesday morning
about 8 o'clock hy tho soctiou crow
noar Mr. Zack T. Pearson's Fruit
Farm. During Monday eyening
ho wont to Mr. Poarsou's store and
purchased a hottlo of Laudanum,
Ho naked tho clerk if there was di
rections on tho bottle. The clerk
replied that thoro was. Quick then
asked how much would it take to
kill a man. Tho dork thought ho
was just joking. Ho *hon left tho
?toro about 8 o'clock and wont oil
towards tho Railroad. It was sup
posed that ho drank tho Lauda
num and thou lay down on tho
track with hie head across the rail
with his body parallel with tho
cross ties and loll asleep. Ho was
struck by a passing train, which
crushed the ImcV part of his hoad
lt is ?aid that entanglement of
his business affaira load him to
this act. Ho was a clovor, good
farmer, running fivo plows, aud he
passed for a pion? quiet citizen.
Ho was about 34 years old and
loa voe a wife, mother, six brothers
and fivo sisters.
FROM SMITHVILLE.
Mr. EDITOR.-As I have had no
nows 1 have kept quiet. There is
but little to talk about. Tho
farmers aro preparing for another
crop and hoping for ten cents cot
ton next fall.
My friend Mr. P, says ho wants
a few moro rats as fur has gone
up in prii
in wi
< Again: p fi*but? ir li ? ? i for*;' ?)
then Miiugtt win gob nveiy.
OLD TRAPPER.
March 9. 1906.
TEN ANI> S CUSS OR GRAPHS
Mr. T. H. Gibbs was reeloctod
Mayor o? Columbia on Tuesday.
Complete linc of ready to Wear
Muslin underwear at Mittle's
8tore.
Miss Susan B. Athony, tho groat
Woman's Rights agitator, died
Monday.
A larmer of Spartanburg is pre
paring his land with a steam plow.
Five mon do tho work of 25 men
tho old way.
A treat for lovers of good
music-Recital by Music Facul
ty 6? Columbia College, Mon
day evening at the Auditorium
March 19th.
A conference of delegates from
all tho branches of tho Presbyter
ian and reformed churches in
America in an offert to bring
about closer rotations bogan in
Chnrlotto, N.VC, on Wednesday.
Tho magnificent White Stono
Spring's Hotel, six miles from
"Spartanburg, where so many poo
??o lovo to go in hot woathcr. was
>urned on Sunday night last about
o'clock. LONS about $;>0.000.
The town of Laurinburg is go
ring to erect another cotton mill
?.and enlarge tho "Dixion," build
ijfta $12,000 Sanitorium, a $12,000
?vPrcsbyterian church, and better
^improvements.
China may boycot American
Itgooile, but she has to havo South*
? ?ern cotton, whothor sho t ttys it
;*irom us or England or Germany.
''That cotton monopoly is a great
"thing and it is eternal. Binning
i'ham Ledger.
Tho Jury in tho Kistler Wind
,'hamcuso at Darlington, charged
,fcwith stabbing Charley Amergon
?Mo death, oxhorated him and then
.?congratulated bini. They might
?httVO wont further and made him
.up a purse io lee Iiis lawyer.
An evening ol' pleasure-lleoi*
.tal by Music Facitity ofColum
H>ia College Monday evening
;'30arch luth i nsf ant.
Sell your Chicken's and Eggs
Ho J. E. Odom, at the Restau
trunt on Depot Street. You will
jget market price,
Dbut mis? it-Recital at Mer
chison School Auditorium by
jMusic Facul y of Columbia Col
-lege, Monday evening March
3.9th.
.I I.II. Il '--??'
^RECITAL??
BT TUB
Mun io FACULTY of Columbia College
Monday evening next Marob 19th,
Muslo Faculty of Columbia College
?viii gi?e ? RECITAL in Murchiaou
School Auditorium.
This is the only attraction of its kind
here this season and will bo a Trent
for lovers of good music
Tickets for sale at Marlboro Drug
Co., Store Saturday and Monday.
FROM KO?.LOUK.
News in this seotion is some
what soarce this week.
The farmers are busy prepar
ing for another crop.
Fertilizers are being hauled
from in larger quantities than
usual. Perhaps its not all for
cotton to the neglect of the food
supply crops.
Miss Mollie and Olivia Mooro
visited Mrs Gillespie at Patrick
yesterday.
Miss Jennie B. MoRae, who
is teaching the school here went
down to JBennettsvi?le to visit
her parents Friday night.
The Hickson Lumber Co., is
installing a new "Band Saw,"
which will enable them to turn
out more lumber. Mr. Grimsley
a northern man is doing the job
Capt Frank Manning of He
bron was up this week looking
after the Interest of the late W.
H. Manning, who owns the Jno.
W. Harrington place.
Mrs W. W. Pegues has secur
ed a residence at Oheraw and is
moving over.
Messrs Ervin Grant and Chas
Calder, candidates for carriers
on the R. F. D. from this point,
wont to Bennettsville to-day to
stand their examination. Mr,
Calder is serving at present
Mr. Charlie Smith of this sec
tion is preparing to plant large
crop of watermelons on the Mal
loy land, now owned by Hon.
VV. D. Evans.
Mr. James F. David, of the
M.. W. G., visitod our town last
week.
We are looking forward to a
lively campaign this summer
let all the candidates come to
"Lick Log."
Mch 10. Bio JOIIN.
Seed Irish Potatoes
Only $2,25 Per Barrel
Any Variety.
Marlboro Com. Go.
?i., -,i. -....._=r
Tho only exclusive Ladies
Store in tho Pee Deo section is
Mittle's Store.
. v Ki rv?ft't?
?ti j om yitsut protectora ready, for
there will bo little time to do so later
ou. T. Ordner (rives designs and de
scriptions in Farm aud Fireside for
some useful homemade devices for pro
tecting early plants from frost and cold
winds and from bugs.
First ls the simple box framo, u box
without top or bottom, say n foot
aguare and four to elx Inches high. A
BOX WITH MU*bIX TOP-MUSLIN COVBlt
WITH KMD UOAltDH.
HQuare piece of cloth or netting may be
tacked over the top. A similar device
ls made of stiff paper, with a piece of
cheesecloth sewed or pasted right over
a square opening cut Jnto the top, the
sides being held down by pieces of wiro
bont in double pin shape. For another
devlce a piece of netting may bo tacked
in two end boards, each end board be
ing provided with a small sharpened
stake (nailed on tho outside), which
when pushed into the ground will hold
the end boards In place, with the cloth
stretched tightly between them oyer
the plants. Rven a large piece of cloUi
or netting and a few sticks will do the
business. We cnn take some pieces of
willow twigs or other pliable wood und
stick a couple of them crosswise Into
the ground In the form of a how over
the top of plants
or a single plant
and placo the
piece of cloth
over this framo,
holding the edg
es down hy bank
ing a little noll
WILLOW Twias ANO up over them, or
MUSLIN, we may simply
push one or more little sticks slantingly
Into the ground and over the plaid or
plants and cover with netting, or tho
netting may be simply placed directly
over tho plants In loose folds. Cheese
cloth may be considered preferable to
ordinary mosquito netting. The latter
ls rather coarse und would not prove an
effective barrier to thrlps and other
amah Insects that might do dainngo.
All these devices are simple and per
haps as effective as any more elaborate
or more eoBtJy ones.
AW Best Canned Corn on tho
market at E. Powers Grocery.
An investigation of tho Banks
>f Bonne tts viii o shows that noithor
>f thom have lost a dollar on their
ioans or investments.
Farmers remember tho meeting
m tho 27th.
Whito slavoe in Florida is tho
alk of tho doily pt ees.
TURNAMENT ON SKATES.
The most interesting attraction ]
of tho season will be tho Grand |
Skating Tournament Weduesday
night March 21st. Tho mana
gers of tho Rink havo arranged '
for a good Rand of Musio, and
everything wiil bo dono to make 5
the ovoning ono of Raro Entertain* j
mont.
$10. in Gold will bo awardod
in prizes as follows : ?
$5. to tho ono catching the most '
rings at tho highost epeed.
$2.50 to tho ono catching tho
next highest number. 1
$2 50 to tim ono in the uudionco '
holding tho lucky number. Every '
admission entitles ono to a chance.
To Umso entering tho Turna
ment contest 25cts will bo oharged
above admiaaion pricos.
Gleaning au Old Clock.
Have any of the,, readers of
the National a clock they value
that seems to be near the end of
its career of usefullness ? Does
it skip and beat now and then
and when it begins to strike
seems to be in pain ? Let me
tell you what to do. Take a
bit of cotton batting the size of
a hen's egg, dip it in kerosene
and place it on tho floor of the
clock in the corner, shut the
door of the clock and wait three
or four days. Your clock will
be like a new one-skip no
more,it will strike as of old, and
as you look inside you will find
the cotton batting black with
dust. The fumes of the oil loos
en the particles of dust and
they fall tims cleaning the
clock. I have tried it with suc
cess.-National Magazine
Bennettsville Mercantile Co., Agts for
Tho celebrated Cotton Dropper.
Guano Distributors.
Homo made Virginia Lard.
Kingnn's Hams.
ARE YOU a Constitution agent ?
Is there a good ono at your Postcilice?
Did he ever solicit your subscription ?
If your iield is not fully occupruo,
write today for an agency. Tho best
proposition evor made to canvassers.
Live agents wanted all over Carolina.
Subscriptions easy to take, money in
your pocket for every order. NV rito
today. Tho Atlanta Constitution,
Atlanta, Ga.
STARVING TO DEATH.
Becauso hor stomach was eo weakened
by UBcloBn drugging tlmt alie coidd not out,
Mre Mary TI Wators, of St. Clair at , Col
umbus, O., WBB literally starving to death.
Sho writes : ''My atoruach waa BO very
weak from UBOICBB drugB that I could nut
oat, and my nerves so wrcekod that I could
not sleep; and not before I was given up
to dio wan I induced to try Elootrio BittorB
with tho wonderful retrait OW Improvement
?..(<?.. >.. * otico, nod '? .'fii. ??>.. tili <? I ol low-?
i... ' '.--ri; tatuali ioi*iu an earth, jjor*.
I thi ar knitted \>y i Di .;.?!'.. ?j ? ..,.;.;!
J'-v.v- Those C< il anti Cl!
LOtC ari ...luiun
So nre tho Drinking Fountains.
-*?
WELL WORTH TRYING.
W. II. Brown, tho popular potiBion at
torney, of Pittsfield, Vc, says : '-'Next to
a pension, tho boat thing to got is Dr.
King'd Now Lifo Pills. They koop my
family in Bplondid liealth." Quick cure
for Headaohe, Con?tlpatlon and biliousness.
2?O at J. T. Douglas's drug etoro.
Bran, Shorts, C. S. Meal,
Cooked Cow Feed-all milk pro
ducers, at "Tho Feed Store.
O. B. Burhans TcBtiiles Aftor Foin- Years.
G. B. Burhans. of Carlisle Center, N,
Y., writes: "About four years ago I
wrote you stating that I had been en
tirely cured ol a severe kidney trouble
by taking less than two bottles ot Foley's
Kidney Cure, lt entirely stopped the
brick dust sediment, and pain and sym
ptoms of kidney disease disappeared, i
am glad to say that I have never had a
return ol any of those symptoms during
the lour years tbat have elapsed and J
am evidently cured to stay cured, and
heartily recommend Foley's Kidney
Cure to any one suffering Irom kidney
or bladder trouble." Bennettsville Phar-,
macy.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
IklOTICEis hereby given that tho Spring
Jp| Term of tim Court of Common Pleas
foi Marlboro County will conveno at Ben
notisvillo on Monday Arum 16, 1906, at
io o'clock, a. m. All pomona intoroBtod
will tako due notico thorcof. Qraud jurors
aro not required to attend.
J. A. DRAKH,
M?h 16, 1906. C. 1, C. P.
NOTICE.
Opening of Booksof Subscription
NOTIOK is horoby given that pursuant to
a Commission ?Bsuod the 13th day of
March 1906, by tho Seorotary of Htato to
tho nndeisigned corporators, Books of sub
scription to the capital stock of tim BLEN
HEIM BOTTLING WORKS will be open,
ed at tho offlco of tho Blenheim Store ii.
Blenheim, S. C., on tho 17II1 day of Muroh
1906, at II o'olook.
CHAS, R. MAY,
G I). MATHESON,
Mob 15, Board of Corporators.
BAIIGAIN FOR YOU.
FOR SALE-135 Aeres of Land at Os
horno, N. C., on main lii>o of Koaboutd Air
Lino Railroad, joining tho Depot Lot with
plenty of frontage on Railroad track for
any kind of luaimfaoturin^ IMaut. Good
water powor within 300 yards ol Depot.
Ginnory compiolo with machinery almost
nov/.
30 inch Turbino Wator whoul.
Set of Mill Rooks.
Good 4 room houso, barn, outbuildings,
Homo Umbel1 and lob* of wood on it.
Tim not Income from tho gin alono win
pay intorcat on double tho amount that tho
whole oan ho bought for.
Apply to T, 8. GUBEN,
Msroh 8, tgot, Hickory, N, 0?
Not tho woaUh of J. PI KRPO NT
MOKOAN or of JOHN D. HOCK 13
FELLER, but several largo IOIUUIO?
iavo boon spout lu brinkin^ lo point
)f perfection and dov cloping the
product known aa ''BSrOliOKIA-'"
Tho p.esont compauy, after ii lout
.nd tcdiou? litigation, have ac .
ll) right aod title to tho trade mark
.BROMONIA," assets, good * :
lu a comparatively shot I ti
tn51lia will bo known overywh< rv vee
to the remotest parts of ino oiyi
world.
The proof of Ibo pud i inj] the
anting. Tho moro atnie mon I thal
"Broiuonia" is such tremoi loua
oacy and so beneficial thal ll abeu '
be in tho homo of citizen lo tito civi
lized ie not enough nowaday* to <
vinco the sceptical public, di idee!
it has been in the past b Hu my ria la
of fakora and heartless 1 : . ?
who have taken tho pub ; moy in
exchange for dungorm
and habit forming drugs,
in tiloso enlightened du,
ovidonce of sincerity or 1
the owner of a propriet?r,
fore investing money.
Wo proposo to seo tb .f
/.cd human adult who i! .. lo try
our romody at our expon - i m ii i
without ono cent of c.ist.
italized nt Four Millio* ol ilollai
this amount being thoug
in order to carry out our plum!.
Read the following car efully .
If you have oonaumpti m oi
of the contagious forms cl
oning we cannot euro yoi W
protend to euro you. f J ne d
individua! treatment of s :< ? i 1 il pe
oialist ; but if you aro ruo (I
general health, if you ita
aro subject to fainting Bpi . n in
to insomnia, biliousness kid
liver trouble, catch col
your syBteni is in that co
you may beconio an ensy : I
disease germs of pneumo
and tho various epidemic!
bothered with conetnnt b<
of memory, generally im
ity, wo can help you. und v
low our directions, rondor
against sickness. Most i
can be cured by tho uso o. i
NIA.
"BKOMONIA" is to the
tem what tho scrubbing
soup aro to tho dirty wash '
aids Nature to resume noi
It increases tho strength,
ability of ibo phagocytes o
it promotes tho healthy
salivary and gastric seer
your stomach is in good co
a r o wei 1. Tho Chincst
people. They accost ouch
"How is your stomach ?"
Wo don't nsk you to i nv
until you have tried "Brc
our expense. A siugle I
t i ines works wonders. Ci
Coupon nt thc bottom of th
Write name and address il
Bo careful to address
BROMONIA
NEW V?RKv
.MA f.ioirt'o.v.
..^,u oeforc lind a tree I
"Bromonin." Kindly send
without any cost lo mc win
Name
City .
Stute address
My nearest )
Druggist is j
25 and 50 cts.
J. T. DOUGLAS, Exclusivo W
Agent for Bennettsville uno \
B??T Dealers not res
Bennettsville who desire ai
will please apply to thc M
DRUG CO., Columbia.
Feb. 9, 1906.
Citation For Letters of Adminisi
STATE OP SOUTH CAR(
County of Marlboro-Bj
McLauriu, Judge of Prob?
UEREAS, 1 1) A I) IT N lt A
nando suit to me to grant
Lot tors of Administration of t
ol'and KU cot s of James 0. Dunl
These aro therefore to cite an
isii all and singular thc kindred i
?tors of I lie said James C. Dui
ceased, that they lie and appt
me, in the Court of Probate to I
Bonnott8villo, S. C., on thc l l
March, alter publication illeroo
o'clock in the forenoon, to show
any they have, why the paid
trat ion should not he granted.
(liven under my hand, the 127
February, Anno Domini, 1900.
MILTON McLAUI
Mar, % 1000. Judge ol' 1?,
LUMBER FOR 8AI
WU arc now prepared to nil 0
all kuulfl of UNDRESSED L
Phono or writ?) nant Rlonhohn, S
NAPIER A NAP!)
Keb. 22, 1906.-4
NOTICE OF FINAL DISONA
KsT. OK N, M. GlIIHON.
HAVING hied in tho Probate Ju
lice of Marlboro county our I
turn UH ExeouLoru of tho Eatato 0
Gibson, Notice ?11 uorofoy given tba
apply to fund IJotiit on the 2,4(1 day 1
1906 for a lloal dlaeliartfo aa Exoc
mud L Uiito. T. B, GI list
W. N. GI list
Fob. 2,pl 1006. Excci
N ? T! CE OFF IN ft L Y IS C ?? AI
Ksiute of Charlotte Quick.
AVINO filed in tho Probate .1
Office ol' Marlboro County I)
Rolum ns Kxooutor of tho estate ol
'otto Quick, Notice is hereby gi vi
I will apply lo sait! Com! on th
lay of Maroh for a final discharge ti
i?xeoutor. ENOS B. QUKJi
Fob. 13, lOOOi Qunliflod Kit itu
A tfonthtnor Itotort.
An English lawyer who had boeu
cross examining u witness for some
time and who had sorely taxed tho pa
tience of tho Judge, Jury and every
ono in the court wa? tinnily nuked by
tho court to conclude his cross exam
ination. Before tell'ng tho witness tu
stand down ho accosted him with this
puvtbig sarcasm:
"Ali, you're a clever fellow-a very
clever fellow. Wo cnn all seo that."
The witness leaned over from the
box and qulotly retorted:
"I would return thc compliment if I
were not on oath." -"Personalia."
Vvalft-nr. Admiration.
Mr. Mucheash-What are you doing
out there In the night air? Come Into
tho house. Gladys-I was Just admir
ing the moon, papa. Mr. Mucheash
What business have you admiring tho
moon when there are so ninny things
In the house that I have bought ex
pressly for you to admire? Anybody
eau admiro the moon.
nt? Iraok,
Lowscads (despondently)-I might
Just as well bu dead. What good am
I, anyway? Why, I believe that I've
been refused by every girl bl town!
Henpekke (excitedly) - Touch wood!
Touch wood, quick, or your luck will
chango!-Smart Set.
Mott und Down,
"When I hutu's n mun snyln' dat he
likes dogs hotter dan he docs human
folks," said Uncle Eben, "I can't help
Buspoctln' dat mobbo ho's picked ?ut
de kin' o' friends dtit's tu: good as he
deserves."-Washington Star.
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NOTICE!
A LL Sub-Trustee Stock holders or any
oilier put lies holding ?orti?oatOfl of
.?tock issuod io tho Sub Alliances of thc
County ol' Matlboro (named below) by the
Far mors Alliance lOxohnngo | limited] ol'
-Jouili '(.Wollun, aro hereby notified al
ince to turn over, and Mittender sind cor?
ificiites to me. in order that 1 may ex
thungo same for ibo return ol' ibo money
tor Willed they were issuod. Do not delay
jut act at oueo :
No. Cerli- Name oF Number
? beale Alliance Shares
57 DARGAN 1
68 KED Ulhb 2
69 PARNASSUS 1
60 SHILOH 1
61 Iii Hoy Springs 1
62 SMITH 1
63 BROWNSVILLE 1
CHAS. CROSLAND,
County Trustee Stockholder;
Fob. 20, 1906. 4
Notice of Court.
IOTICE is hereby given that tho -Court
of General SOBR?OIIB for tho County of
arlboro will eonv ...o al Heuuettsville on
o third Monday In March, next, ^boing
th day thereof) 1906, in and for tho
inty of Marlboro and Klr.to of South
rolinn. All persona interested will take
0 notice thereof.
J. A. DRAKE,
Clerk Uourt of C. P. & G. S.
l'or Marlboro Co., S. C.
"ob'y 0, 1906. - i m
?f I CE 0 F F1 NA L DISCHARGE.
1 ... '..:-,(- filed ?u the I Volute .hidgo.'?l
f < ... ,,f M .!'!'.'.vpi wramr??? Vm\
' turii ?i-i Ad hinlHrutor of ibo V.Auu- of j
irry A in Iv ey, Noi'ic? is heieby Viven:
t March 1906 for Loners Dismissory
eh Administrator.
LEVI IV KY,
19 1906 Qualified Adminiurator
ENNETTS VILLE
lar ble Works.
era for MONUMENTS or
POIVIB STONE, promptly filled
on mc, nt my plano ol business near
; Atlantic Coast Line and tho Soa
ird Air Linc Fassongor Depots, or
ie mc. Designs and Prices fut nish
on application.
one No. 96.
J. W, MoELWEE.
unary 2?, 1906.
3. c. MonnisoN,
- liKAI.HIt IN -
trioal and Plumbing Supplies.
Electric Lamps a Spooialty.
lager City IClcrfrit: Plant.
tono 114. Pennettsville, S. 0.
j?" Report all troub'.o with tho linea or
t lightfi to tho above.
?'ine Watch Kepuii'liig
ONE OP OlJlt 8PE0IALTIES, -
Mik liyes ?taado Strome.
tying UH to Fit your Eyes up With a
a pair of Paro Oryatalino LOIIHCH
arnnteo to snit ye u or refund your
101 oy-that's our pinn,
aro tho LOWOSt cohsistent with
rsl-oluBH work.
SAM J, PEARSON,
JBWKLBU AND OPHOIAN.
'tontly located at
E N N ET TS VILLE, S. C.
ISP ASS NOTICE.
oe notts are warned nob to trcHpnso
.ny manner, especially hunting with
d dogs or tlalling, on eithor tho
rspoon" or "Forlorn Hopo" Iambi,
Hill townslilp, on pain of tho pou
BO doing.
ADDISON HAYKP, Lost??,
iry 15 1906
- ? . ... I ? ? I I , ? I
Gotten Growers Battie Cry
REDUCE YOUR AOREAO-E
Q-et l?o for cotton and Got your Rights
Inerese Your Acreage
Get 60, and Make the Spinner Rich.
HE GETS WHAT YOU LOSE,
Plant Food Crops and Get Full
Prioe for Cotton.
Restaurant AND LUNCH
W
E nre now HEADY TO SERVE THE PUBLIC with MEALS AT
ALL HOURS, Day or Night. Clever Waiters. Quiok Service.
And Something to Suit Your Tasto and Prepared Right.
OYSTERS Cooked to suit-Fried or Stowed.
Our Building is on Depot Street, Next door to Bakory.
Call and See us. Yours to S10 lt VIC.
March 26, 1906.
tT. IES. Odom,
BE1E??SVILLE MERCANTILE GO.,
- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN -
ALL KIND OF FERTILIZERS,
Fancy and Heavy Groceries.
WE keep all kinds of GB A1N. HAY, 8HIP8TUPP, &o.. Tho "BURT"!
or 90 Day O ATS, RED RUSTPROOF OATS, Virginia Water-ground
MEAL, Fancy anti Half Putout FLOUR-"Ring Leader" can't be beat.
Just received Barrel NICE MACKEREL.
E also carry a completo lino of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, HATS and
CAPS, and tho famous Hamilton & Brown SHOES.
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BST" Call and get our prices before buying.
ttif~ Prompt Attention given to Phone Orders. Ring up 48.
BENNETTSVILLE MERCANTILE CO.
February 1, 1906.
RIIIIIR W. D. MOORE' STABLES
When in Want ol
Teams foi* the Railroad,
- or a -
. Trip to the Country*
Always Beady to serve 0.ills..for Teams.
Pilone 98
p AshcraJtt's
Condition Powders
Makes poor horses and mules fat without bloating. It
does this by first thoroughly cleansing the system of
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, the 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
formulai ot 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. a;
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BENNETTSVILLE & CHER AW Ii. R.
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AIR LINE RAILWAY.
Loave Bennettsville *7.05 a. m., 7.00 p. m.
Arrivo Choraw 8.10 p. m.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
* Direct connections at Choraw with through trains to
tho North, East, South and West.
Thc ?hort lino and uuickost time to Wilmington, Charlotte Atlanta,
Raloigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Now York,
Boston. Buffalo, Pittsburg and all points North and lOast.
The short lino and quiekest timo to Columbia, Savannah, Jacksonville,
Tampa. Montgomery, New Orleans and all points South and West.
Foi further information oull on J. T? MEDLIN, agent Benncttsvillo &
Choraw R. R.. Benncttsvillo,S. C., or address W. L. BURROUGHS
T. P A., SEABOARD Am LINK RY., Columbia, S. C.
CIIARLIOS 1?. STEWART, A. ?. P. A., H.A L, Ry, Savannah, Ga.
|dgT? Read every page,
Yes, read every line,
For by this gauge
It may pay tor time
EGGS FOR SALE.
SILVER LAGED WYANDOTTR3, Egg
nil tho your. Prl/.o Birds, For sotting
WHITE HI NU LE COMB LEGHORNS.
.v.r." $(.00 for Hotting of 15.
HU?EhiT MORRIS.
Bermottavlllo, 8, 0,
Speoials at Mooro'u.
Canned Tripe 20o oach or 2 foi
?15
Heinzs Pickle-frosh and good.
Fresh jolly-assorted-only 10.
Armour's Sausago in tomato
sa nco only 10 couts.
Heinze's Whito Wino Vinegar
for pickling.
Plowers I Flowers !
Mrs. J no 8. Moore has a ftn?
lot of Geraniums, Begonias
Ferns, IMms and other plants,
woll rooted, that she desires tc
sell Cuttings 800 wer donen.
Ar- ibo boiiofti .ta u piuturo o? f? -
on which ourforthlzoru woro not used.
Not?oo tho vory poor growth? tho
tographof tho Hold
jllovoa lu tho littoral
,'pop^ "
top, thorc ls a photograph of tho Hold
of a planter who pol "
uso of only
Virginia-Carolina
Fertilizers.
Soo tho good, ovon stand, and tall,
luxuriant pituita? You can BOO many
othor interesting pioturcs or rarma
Uko theim on willoh thooropsof poor
and good ylolds aro oouiparod, in our
largo, protty almanac. Ask yourdealor
for lt, or sond usOo. In starapa to pay
tho ooat of wrapping and poatago.
"Inoroaao your ylolds por aoro" by us
ing Virginia-Carolina Fertilizers. Buy
no other. ,
Virginia - Carolina Gnomical
Co.
Richmond, Yo.
Norfolk, Va.
Durham, N. 0.
Oharloaton, 8.0.
Caltlmoro, Md.
Atlanta, On.
8>ivunnah, Ga.
Montgomery, Ala.
Memphis, Tonn.
Shreveport, La.
Our?? Ooldei Prevents Pneumonie
AM HERE NOW.
SPEOIAL PRICES MADE
ON EYE GLASS FITTING.
1. It is important that you Bhould
remember that wo have the beat equip
ped parlor iu eastern Carolina for do
ing accurdto eye fitting.
2. That we aro permanently located
iu our handsomo new store in the
?sky Hotel Buildiug.
3. WE guarantee to give you per
fect v?8?ou by the aid of our Pebble
ino LENSES.
4. We aro uot traveliug opticians
whoso guarantee ia void, but wo are
permanently located where you can
find ua and OBTAIN OUR SER
VICES AT ANY TIME.
?. Wo use tho lateat methods known
to tho opthalmic sciences for exami
ning eyes.
Call at ouco and let us demonstrate
to you the power of our puie pebble
ine lenses and fiit your eyes up so
that you will not be gazing in a beau*
Li lill haze any longer.
\ om H respectful ly,
. Opt'itweirionin-i
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FOR SALE 1
Parties in want of first class
Lumber can get it from
A. J. JONES,
Oct 18. Blenheim, H, P. D. 1.
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