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BBNNETTSYILLE, S. 0.
UV 8. A. ?HO WN & CO.
O/fivo on Marion street OfwosiU
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Friday April 20, 1006,
Our Town Gorvernment,
MAYOR-P. A. Hodges
ALDERMEN-W P. Breeden, Jr, O. S
Chaffin, A. G. Sinclair, E. Powers.
CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mo
Laurin. Office open daily.
POLICE-WT Kelly. WM Atkinson
Marlboro Oounty Officers.
StlSRiPP-J. B. Oroon
CLERK OF CLERIC-J. A. Drako
JUDGE OF PROBATK -M. MoLaurin
?OKONER--C A. McCall
SUPT. KDUOATION-W. L. Stunton
TREASURER-J. H. Thomas
AUDITOR-Chas. i. Sherri!!.
SENATOR-Joshua ll. Hudson,
HRPRESSN TATIVES-D. D. MeColl, Jr.
W. W. Bruce, J. P. Gibson
M AGIS TAI EH-'C. p. Eastorling, T. L.
Crosland, Bonnet tsvillo,
ll. !.. MoLaurin, MoColl
John A. Calhoun. Clio,
W. J. Atkinson, Blenheim,
T. P. Stubbs, BrightsviHo,
W. W. Irby, Smithville.
Bennettsville Church Directory
METHODIST-T. E. MORRIS, P. 0.
8unday sohool 3 30 p. m. Proaohing at
11.00 a- rn, and 7.30 p.m. Prayor meet
ing Wednesday ovomng at 4.00 o'clock.
Suporintoudont Sunday school, Phil. A.
BAPTIST-Hov.Cha" A. Jones, Pastor
Sunday sohool at 10.00 . Proaohing Sun
day at 11.00 a. m., and 7.30 p. m. Prayer
mooting Thursday ovoning at 8 o'olonk.
Buporintondont of Sunday sohool, II. W.
PRESBYTERIAN-Bunyan MoLcod Ph
P., Pastor, Services cvory Sabbath
(summer) ll a. m. and 8 p. m.; (winter)
11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m< Prayor mooting
Thursday 6 p. m. Soats froo. Strangers
cordially invited. Sunday sohool ovory
.?dWA&y 10 a. m. Snporintondent, J. T.
Dudley. '*A?VPar?ut? aD(* on^drcn mndo
welcomo at tho sotru&V
EPISCOPAL-Itov. O. W . Boy^. ^Rector,
Proaohing ovory uooond aud fourth Sunday
at II a. m., aud 7.30 p. m. Sunday
school at 9.30 a. m. Dr. J. A. Fainon,
Oounty Ohurch Directory.
Bennettsville Circuit Appointments
BEV. A. T. DUNLAP, P. C.
First Sunday-ll a.m , PinoGrOvoj
3 p. m.? Smyrna.
Soooud Sunday, 11a.m. MoColl
1 " n".>,-,.- ?J
Fourth Sunday i .) a, m. r ; il
' *> ?. mi l: >: v
REV. W- S. MARTIN P. O.
First Sunday, llobron 11 a. nv.
Ebenezer 3i30 p. m.
Second Suuday, Parnassus 11 a. m.
Zion 3.30 p. m.
Third Sunday, Hebron ll a.m.
Ebonezcr 3.30 p. m.
Fourth Sunday Parnassus ll a. m.
Zion 3.30 p. m.
Clio Circuit Appointments.
REV. P. H. 811 ULE R, P. C.
Clio-Preaching overy Sunday morning
nt ll o'clook. Epworth League Sun
day night at 8 o'clock. Sunday fcohool
at 10 a. m. W. A Hinshaw, Supt
Prayor meeting Monday night at 8.
Beulah -Preaching every Sunday aft al
4 o'clock. Suuday school at 3. lt.
M. Jackson, Supt,
North Marlboro Circuit.
REV. J. L. MULLINIX, P. C.
First Sunday, Oak Orovo, 10.30 a in,
Pleasant Hill 1.30 p in,
Now Hope, 3,30 p. tn,
Second Sunday, Shiloh 11 n. m.
Ebcnezor 3 30 p, m.
Third Sunday, Now Hope io 30 a. m.
Pleasant HUI 1 30 p. m.
Oak Orovo, 3 30 p. in.
Fourth Suuday, Ebonezcr 11 a to,
Shiloh, 3 30 p. in,
Directory of Bennettsville Lodges
CONSOLIDATED LODGE NO. 15, K. ol
P., moots ovory second and fourth Mou
day nights at 7.30 o'clock.
T. I. Rogers, C. C.
0. D. Eastorling, K-of lt. & S.
MARLBORO LODGE NO. 88, meets at
Bonnettsvillo, Friday ovoning, on or bo
fore oaoh full moon at 8 o'clook.
J. F. Kinucy, W. M.
-. I). C. Pate, Soorotary.
Oounty Masonic Directory.
MARLBORO CHAPTER No. 30 lt. A.
M., moots at Bennettsville on the second
Friday of each month.
J. F. Kinney, II. P.
II, fi. Stockton, Secretary.
EUREKA LODGE NO. 43, A. F. M.,
moots at McColl, oach Saturday after"
noon.boforo tho full moon,ut 4 o'clock.
AURORA LODOK No. 33, A. F. M.,
moots at Clio, Saturday on 01 after each
full moon at 3 o'jlook, p. m.
J. T. Stanton, W; M.
T. A. Covington, Soorotary.
JSQTRVU? LODOS NO, II? meets on Fri?
O??y afternoon on or before each lull
moon at Blenheim at 3 o'clock.
J. E. Rogers, W. M.
W. W. Bruce, Sec'y
WI HE Bus!
Jt CIJO I
Business recently known as thc
will hereafter bo known as
THE CLIO NOVELTY MANUFAC
TURING WORKS, with F. H. I VE Y
Bolo ownei and dirootor,
Tho latost improvod wood working
machines ?re being placed for doing un
kinds of Novelty work for builders uso at
Mr. Charley Wells spent Tues
clay in Florence
Mr. J. C. Cooper of Sumte:
was h( re Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. 8. 0. Thompsoi
spent Suuday at Maxtc%>
Mise Eunice Ford of Marlon ie
visiting friends in town
Mr. J. W. McDaniol of McColl
section was hero Monday Nc
Mr. E C. Newton has givon up hie
position at tbo postoillce, and will look
tilter his f a rm i in; interests
Mr. Dan E. Odom, while hang
ing a picture Tuesday evening,
accidontly foll and bioko Iiis left
Squire C. D. Eastorling and
his good wife visited old friends
in tho Reedy Crook section last
Messrs T. I, Rogers and T. W.
Bouchier went to Columbia Mon
day afternoon to attend tho Su
Dr.. R McLeod and Mr. A. J.
Matheson left*.yesterday to attend
the Pee Deo Presbytery in ses
sion at Society Hill
Wo reglet lo learn that there
is but little improvement in tho
condition of Mrs Luna McDan
Mr. N. J. Herndon was down
Saturday. No special news in
tho Bothel section. "Nick" has a
Miss Carrie Robins, who has
been spending some lime with
her friend Miss Ella Howell has
returned to her home in Maxton
Mr. Thomas M. Breedon cnmo
home Wednesday night from
Charleston, where ho graduated
in Phtrmacy at tho Medical Col
Mr. and Mrs Alex Melwood,
who haye boen spending a week
hero tho guest of Dr. and Mrs J.
F. Kinney, have returned to their
home at Darlington.
A telegram from Richmond to
Mr, T. M. Wobster, Wednesday
brought the sad news that his son
Thos. E., was lying very, ill at
The Memorial Hospital with ty
The Presbyterian congregation
will hold their Sunday school and
morning service next Sunday in the
ball adjoining the Hotel Skye All
The marriage of Mr. John Chesley
MeCaskill of Maxton, N. C, and
Mis? Virginia McCall, was duly cele
hrntpd in thc T>
Un ? in \\ ' < 1 i''.', .'v hittj ni ti fi?,
U?v. Builyan ' i?'ii . of tho Preiln -
terian ' horch ficrlo 'iihOg ibo (?ap ny
mipti ?I . r U ., I Hi?\>tv m : y <?
.~. w,i mn ano
At the Methodist church in tin's
town yesterday evening at 6,30, Rev.
T, E. Morris, P. C., M. E. Church,
joined in marriage Misa Louise
Breeden, tho lovely and only daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs Lindsay J. Bi co
don, and Mr. Ebbie Duncan Mooro.
Two well known and popular mem
bers of Bennettsville society.
The following lottore romalo unoallod
for at Benncttsvillo Pontofllco :
John .Stubb?, Mary A. Swett,
George Stanton, Smith & Gilelni-t
Ksaw Taylor, S Phelps, 8. J. Oyster,
Mr. O wenn, Mamie Bon on I, Joseph
Timmond, W. R Craig, J. A. Dean,
W. L. Fletcher, Maxwell Fair, J, F
Gedding, Mrs L. M. Berry, W. M
Horn, Lavenia Stubb?, Worloy Jack
sim, L T, Harria, Eddie Jackson,
James M eacham Eula Mcrchans.
Easter Egg Hunt.
There was an enjoyable Eas
tea Egg Hunt at the residence
of Mrs. D. D. McColl on Satur
day afternoon, and the little
ones had a line time.
To the Sunday School Workers
of Marlboro County :
DHAU RKKTAUEN : The limo fot
holding our annual Sunday school
Conference has been fixed and Beauty
Spot invites tho schools to send full
representations FRIDAY and SATUR?
DAY, May 11th and 12th. Tho names
of the Superintendent and two dele
gates elected should bo eontasoarly
as possible lo tho Seerotary at Ben
nettsville, also prepare tho annual io
ports ns to numbers and work of the
Beauty Spot is preparing for a good
meeting. A full share of earnest work
M ill insure a success.
J. F. Everett, President.
S. A. Brown, Secretary.
A Young Mother At 70.
"My motlier has sU'ldonly been made
young al 70. Twenty years ol' intense
so fieri np ii om dyspopsia had entirely
dibbled ber. until six months UKO. when
,-!IG boeao laking ISlcotrio Hinom, which
heve completely cured her and lOStorod
tho strength and activity she had in tho
prime ol'life." writes Mrs. Wi h. Grllpat
rick, ol' Daofbrtll, Me. (?routes' lestora
live medicine on tho globe. Sets StOtn
neb, Liver and Kidneys right, purifies
the blood and enies Malaria. Bilious
ness and Weakness Wonderful Nerve
Tonio. Price 50o. Guaranteed hy J. T.
I nm now prepared to Kumlah all kinds
of HOUGH PINE LUMBER.
Ordorn filled on ?hort notieo. Mill nix
miles Houthwetit of Rcnnottovillo, H F, D.
R. I). WEATHERFORD.
April 5, 1906.
TOWT? AND COUNTY NEWS,
.- Now moon on the 28d.
- The season for picnics h
- The Easter decorations wor<
- Romombor tho Club meot
in?? on the 28th.
- That delightful showor Sat
urday afternoon made Easter
- Sunday was a lovely day
and Easter costumes were moro
numerous than for years.
- It will oay you to road
the "Feed Store ad.
- Mr, B. A. Capel has a fine
garden-he is eating radishes
and has poas and beaus in bloom.
- Wait and soe M. B. Puller's
new supply of horses and mules
before you buy. They will ar
rive next Tuesday.
- Eggs, Eggs- Peed Cooked
Tho Court of Common Pleas
has been postponed to the 21st of
May on account of so many of
the bar being called to Colum
bia to attend Supremo Court.
- Milk, Milk--Feed Cooked
- Parties wanting wood 2ft or
stove can make it known to Tom
Odom as ho rides around
Bd$~ It its a Piano or Organ
you want, seo Strauss & Co..
they will talk easy paymonts
- If you wish to save on ioed
bills uso Cooked Horse Feed.
For headache, constipation cte . Dido'*
Lilt lo Liver Pills too Lost. They clean-e
and tonic tho liver. Sold by Murlbtro
- Cookod Hog Feed will pro
duco 80 per cont moro pork than
corn at i the cost.
Orange Hams, best on
the market at E. Powers' Oro
Heinzs Preserves and apple
Butter at Claude T. Moore's.
5Id&,~ Try a can of Georgia
Corn Syrup at Claud Moor's.
"My, my ! what a dandy suit : ono
you toll me where you got it?' '"Yes,
Mr. Mnxey Strauss took my measure,
and he has never failed yet.
3;i9" Fresh Mack rel at C. T.
For bloating, belching, indigestion, otc ,
ont a Ring's Dyspepsia Tablet after mea)?.
Sold by Marlboro Drug Co,
1 am now prepared to
furnish home made Meal and
Hominy. C. T, Mooro.
Igy* For Skato wheels, Cones Cups
and Axles en to (Homlnn/l tini,!.".-..'"
Rah bl i . -irw.tv (ho ,. w .-.
let if b-i : 'ir h Wt ii it ?jrw -rsm I h
I . TM ?
- Full line cakes and choice
crackers at W. M. Rowe's
Best Flour in Town a
W. M. Howe's
Il is not difficult to relievo blind, blend*
ing, itching or protruding piles with Man
ir?an, the groat pilo remedy, ll is put up
in collapsable tubes with nozzle, and mny
bo introduced and applied nt tho scat of
thc trouble. Stops nain instuntly Sold
by Marlboro Drug Co.
- Georgia Cane Syrup
at W. M. Howe's.
A liquid cold cure for children that is
pleasant harmless, and effective is Bee's
Laxative Honey and Tar. Superior io
all onher cough syrups or cold remedies
be oausc it acts on the bowels, An idoal
remedy lor Coughs, Colds. Croup Whoop
ing Collah and all curablo lung and bron*
chial effect ?OD s in child or adult. Pleasant
to take. Sold by Marlboro Drug Co-,
- Wiley's Candies always
fresh at Bennettsville Pharma
cy Darlington street.
Tho tar that is contained in Bee's
Laxativo Honey and Tar H hornless. It
is not coal tar, but is obtained from tho
nine trees sf our own nativo forests,
Bee's Laxative Honey and Tar in the
b?>t remedy tor colds becauso is nets on
tho bowels-thus expelling all eold hom
tlie (-yatco). Bee's is (hooriginal Laxative
Honey and Tar; and is bo?t for coughs,
odds, croup, whoopingcough, lung und
bronchial oeffeetious. Sold by Marlboro
BEE'S LAXATIVE HONEY AND TAR
CURES COUQHO AND COLDS
Btomach and Ijivor Trouble Cured.
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures
stomach and liver trouble ns it ?ids di
gestion, and stimul?tes tho liver nod bow
els without irritating those organs like
pills and ordinary cathartics. It euron
indigestion and sick hoadaoho and chronic
constipation, Orino Laxative Fruit syrup
doos not nauseate or gripe and is mild
and pleasant to take. Refuse substitute
Sold by Bennettsville Pharmacy.
RING'S DYSPEPSIA TABLETS
Curo Indigestion find Stomach Troubles
A Spocial Reauest.
Commander J. B. Green of
Camp Henegan requests that all
members of the Camp and others
who know of any sick or suffering
members of tho Camp to mako it
known to him, or tho Adjutant,
ab o any deaths that mny occur.
ARE YOU a Constitution agent ?
Is there a good ono at your Dostollice?
Did ho over solioit your subscription ?
If your field is not fully OCCUPIED,
write today for un agency* Tho bosl
proposition ever made to canvassers.
Live ?gents wanted all ovor Carolina.
Subscriptions easy to take, money in
your pocket for tvery order. Write
today. The Atlanta Constitution,
rosulfs iVein Oiuotiio constipation, which
?8 uuiekly cured by Dr, King's New Life
Pi ls. They remove all poisonous genus
from tho *-y*!om nnd infuse nev lifo and
vigor; cure sour stomach, nausea, head
ache, dir/ines'i and colic, without prip
ing or discomfort. 25o Uuuranleed by J?
T. Douglas druggist.
Rev. 0. W? Boyd, is expected tc
conduct nor vico n? St. Paul's EpUcopa
ohuroh on Sunday.
Tho hour for evening eorvicos at tin
ohurohos in nov? 8 00 o'clook.
Prayer mooting et thu Baptfot ohnrch
evory Thursday evening ut 8oo.
Prayer meeting at the Methodist ohuroh
ovory Wednesday at 3.30 p. m.
Prayor mooting at Presbyterian ohuroh
Thursday evoning at 8.oo.
Tho hour for Sunday Sohool at tin.
Methodist ohuroh bas been ohaugod to
3.30 o'olook in tho afternoon tustead of 4.
Tho Epworth League Prayer mooting
H held evory Wodnosday ovoning in tho
Su.n?ay sohool room of tho Methodist
ohm oh at 8 o'olook. The publio invited.
Giyo Him A Trial
Elsewhere will be found the
card of Mr. George L. Dixon, a
lirst class Tinner from Rocky
Mount, who has come to our
town to open up a Tinshop. He
can do anything in the Tin line.
Call and see him in rear W. L,
Pearson's Jewelry store.
PINE-ULES for'the Kidneys
SO DAYS' TREATMENT FOR $1.00J
Tho Democratic clubs of Marl
boro County aro respectfully in
structed to moot at their respect
ive places of mooting on Saturday
the 28th, inst at 3 o'clock, p. m.
and reorganize by oh cling a Pres
?dent, o:ie or moro Vice presidents
a recording and a Corresponding
Secret try, a Treasurer, au Execu
tive Committee and a Committee j
ou Re^?Htrrttiou, also n member of
tho county oYecutivo committee,]
?ind delegates to n county conven
tion to be hold in llennottsvillo on
tho first Monday in Muy next ut
10 o'clock, a. ni , to elect delegate s
to a State Convention, and to
transact any other business which
may properly come be foro il.
Each club ia entitled to one del-1
egate tor every 25 members and ?.
majority fraction thereof.
J. N. DRAKE,
S. J. Melun is, Secretory
April ll, 1900.
Red Bluff Cometer y,
All persons who are in anyl
way interested in Red Bluff
nfi.?,,ff,i.ii .,../-> twin nnonirl rr? mont"
- Parties in want of Lumber
lean have their orders filled on
[short notice by writing Mr. li.
D. Weatherford, R. F. D. No 2
Foley & Co . Chicago, originated lion
ey and Tur us u throat and hum remedy,
and on account of tho prout merit nnd
poputurity of Foley's Honey nnd Tar
many imitations aro offered for tho gen
uino. These worthless imitations nave
similar Rounding ?amo-, Bowaro of thom.
Tho genuine Foley's Honey and Tar is in
a yoi lo .v paokngo. A--k for it and refu-o
any sn bsd* nus lt is tho hesl lcmcdy
for ooughs nod colds. Sold hy Bennolls?
ville Fh ar macy.
- You will not dread the sound
of the lire boll if you have an in
surance policy on furniture,
goods, store or residence with J.
F021 RH XT.
AFOUR HOUSE FA lt M Of Good Land
Good Dwelling House, Barn and Out
buildings, Apply at once to John Livings
ton, lt. F. D , No. 3, Ked Springs, N. C.
Tho lttohont Man In tho World.
Tho liehest man in tho world can not
liavo bis kidneys replaced nor live with
out thom, so it is important not tn ne
glect these organs. If Foley's Kidney
Cure is taken at the first sign ol'danger,
the tomtoms ?viii disappear and .YOU,
health will be restored, as it strengthens!
and builds np those organs as unthill? oise
will. O.-oar Bowman, Lebanon. Ky.,
write-: ' I have used Foley's Kidney
Curo and take great pleuuue m stating it
cured nie permanently nf kidney disease
which certainly would have ?fist mc my
lite." Sold by Bonuottsvillo Pharmacy.
Tll? gum* ami resin-) obtained fi om
pine tr, es have I mz boen BCCOgnittod us
hilt Illy b<:i)i licial in tho treatment ol' hack*
ache, kidney and bladder troubles. Pino
ules is the name al'a new medicine, thc
principio ingredients of which come from
tho pine forests of our own nativo land.
Sold bv M ai Uioro Drug (Jo.
The Democrat and McCall's
Magazine-ah excellent Lady's
Hook for $1.50
The Sunny South nnd thc Demo
crat for only $i .50
Tho Tri-Weekly Atlanta Consti
tution and D?MOOBAT ono year
for only $1,75. This in the cheap
est reading ever offered.
Horses Do Got Sick.
When a horses and mules are poor
it is not always und indication that they
do not j;et enough to cat. Many ani
mals, lust like lui man beings, have in
digestion or the system is all run down
and a tonic is needed, lt in not the a
mount ol 'ood eaten that makes muscle
and fat, More depends upon the prop
er digestic or assimilation ol the lood
than is commonly supposed. Nothing
has yet been discovered that will build
Up a horse or mule better than Ash
Crall's Condition powders, the only
remedy in ?is class sold under a guar
antee. Ask Mr. Smith Newton, Hen
nettsville, tor it-the kind put up in dos
es. And Mcijoll Drug Co., McColl, 8.
." ty ? Wf?it 8eed.
\U\ E. A. Ooxe, oE Browne
vi?lo, ha.. 50 bushels yet o?
h im! o' l i uoted cotton seed
ar;.I will accommodate thost
wli . o raise cotton to bel
>i i; $ULs next full Will de
'm"1 nt l>ennettsvillo \\ her
nri.VIe?fti?l il per bushel. Ad
di- 3 fliiji uo Blenheim, ll. P. D
fi l^oj^RBion?l Nurse.
Wo io vi to attention to tho card
D Miles o?' Luniborton
ft orel BU ional nurse, who offen
hi? v 3 tho people of Marl
bo ' takes a specialty ol
,:\ ph? al rvnr. If you should need
I? uri vi. t ;.ai nt Lu roberton N,
?. . '
? 1 ' ho celebrated "Orange
il nveelest Hain sold.
> : ' londenstd Mi k,
l>e';J KI Brand Milk,
ie lariat Eubttituto for
( ? ?il relished by nil.
ugar Corn in town,
viii find anything kopt
il uc occry.
d see us
Bcnnetl8villo, 8. C.
sy? and Bladder Right
ACTS LIKE A POULTICE
ORMS OF SKIN DISEASE
r the Work.
' carson, tho Jeweler, hat
he latest improvement*
. your natue or initiait
0 of gold or silver oi
lost up*to date manner
)f work already done by
ine. Call and seo him.
m Pile Cure
\/HEN OTHERS FAIL
nteo A Flt:
1 give the matter of
a nico tailor-made
. consideration, mature
and tarriest cogita*
ll give STRAUSS & Co.,
Ai\c\\ they guarantee
itntiou to iiill to your
'our sweetheart's ela
tt blood and liver
ure known over
Kor the convenience
nun's lie hus lefl :>
t this ellice where
S AN JJ WOOD
.3ss Shingles Two
Four Pool Wood
1\ C ICnmnuol.
?? cents home de
extra for packing
X, to Express oflice.
JR FLETO II Eli,
MOUOLL, S. 0.
lt. F. I). 2.
>v off Ma.
- 'W " _
r-.anita In 30<Uya. It ?ell
?, Cur?? tvhtn ell othera f?ll.
?noir lost manhood, and old
tr youthful visor br usine
DOtonoy, Nightly Eralialon?,
' raory. Wantina DleeaB?fl, and
? or oxentnand Indiscretion,
idy.buelncBBor niarrUao. lt
nirntthoBoat of dlsoaso.but
und blood bnlldcr, brlOf
? ftw *C j:r?S C?lCC-??? ?im ?o
trith. It warda off Insanity
lat on havlna KKVIVO.no
id In toa! po^Vflt. By mall,
Uxforts?.ot -Ith* poil
.nt*? to eora or ?efaatl
" . i luivlto f roo. Athtrosa
Offt Marine Building.
W'l CIUCAOO, HU
1 lottavlllo hy
'. Dqnglin, r)ru?fi?Ht.
Il ll STORE.
Cooked Cow Feed -Th? greatest ecilfc producer,
Cooked Horse Feed-The best and cheapest Horse Feed
Cooked Hog Feed-more pork produced than other feed
Cooked Poultry Feed-the erenteat Egg producer?
Wheat, Cooked Corn, Shell, Bone, Grit, Charcoal, Beet Scrap
"Biddie" Feed, Powders, Lice Killer,' Houp cure, and ali
kinds of Poultry supplies.
Hay, Corn, Oats, Shorts, Bran? Rice Meal,
Corn Meal, Cotton Seed Meal Hulls,
Rook Salt tor stook.
Stook Powders, Salt Brick, Worm Powders, &c.
n&T When in town, Como and seo mo.
Free Delivery Sn Town.
Gi W, MARSEY, Manager.
January 18, 190?.
SW8M IT; .
Practical Pharmacist and Dealer In
ro ?nigs and patent ?Medicines.
WE LSD CARRY
TOILET and Fancy Article*,
PEBFUBMEB Y, SO A VS,
STATIONARY and SUPFLiES
BRUSHE8 of all kiuda,
VARNISH and STAINS,
LAMPS, SHADES, Etc.
FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
w Prescriptions carefully compounded at all Jtours
and guaranteed to be of the Purest Drugs and (it
A full line Carden Seed & Onion Sets.
Thankful for past pntronago yours for a prosperous now year.
J. T, DOUGLAS,
Jaanury 1, 1905. AT THE OXd> STAND
ELY A month to EASTEE, anil Every
' . ' . ! t ut t. f.l ..,?.'.' \ ' i l i!?X hm
K? ?ILL iL?
Our STOCK in a s Been CareMly Looked
lifter and We Believe We Cmi FILL
YOUE WANTS IN JDKESS GOOBS,
SHOES, NOTIONS, Etc.
Come and See Us, You may Be
Wanting an Organ or Piano or
CALL ON US WK ARK ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU.
STRAUSS & CO.
HANDLE BARGAINS TOO.
NO USE TO WOURY, BUT COMB RIGHT ON TO
IF YOU WiVMT
~* Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, JNotions
And Fancy Groceries.
Fresh Wator Ground MEAL and HOMINY a spoeialty.
We Keop a full lino in each Department and will fill your Wanta in each
AT TH1C LOWKST PRICKS.
When you como to Town call and soo ua. Phono orders in town delivetcd
FREE, and satisfaction guaranteed,
Call and see us-Near Douglas1 Drug Store,
KEPT DRUG STORE. I
Ii you need anything, we have it, and
have comp?tent men to Gerve you.
DRUGS, MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICLES, PERF?MK?
RY, STATIONERY. In fact, cvorything in the Drug lino.
m- Proscription work Our Specialty.
Wo solicit your pntronago.
? . ?. MRHHEWa, Mgr.
- WILBTS GANOY.
The new Laxative
(hat does not ?ripe
Pleasant to take?
por aale a$
laxative Fruit Syro
BennettsvillB & Gheraw Railroad
WK?'1 BOUND FROM UBNNlvTTSVILI?t
No. 1. No. 3.
Lv BoDoottevillo 7 O'S a m 7 00 p m.
Lv Islay 7 16 a ta 7 16 p ia
U Madelina 7 20 a tn 7 20 p ui
fiV Evorett's 7 30 a ni 7 36 p tu
Lv Irby 7 36 a m 7 40 p ni
Uv Fvosts 7 40 n in 7 46 p ni
Vuivo Kollook 7 46 a m V 66 p ni
Vrrivo Choraw SJP.P.y1
EI AST BOUND FROM ?n?s?i A W,
8 10 a in
8 20 a ni
8 30 a m
8 40 a tu
8 50 a in
0 00 a m
9 15 a ni
9 16 p ni
9 40 p m
9 43 p in
9 47 p m
9 62 p m
10 00 p UK
10 05 p m
10 20 p lu
AT BBNNBTTBUILIiB-Tho BOUth bound
jornlng tra'ne on A, O. L. conoootu with
train No t. Train No 2 COD ricota with A.
O. L local freight north and south bound.
AT KOIJLOOK-Train NOB I and 2 oon
noot with north and south bound B, A. li.,
AT OIIBRAW-Train No 3 oouneote with
HOI Mi and south bound S A. L. train?,
and train No 4 oonneots with nortli hound.
S. A. h. trains
A." J." MATHESON,
V, P. and Gen. Man..
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KIDELITY AND COURT.
CONTRACT and FIDELITY BONDS.
Thoro uro no bettor companies than
thcBO, roproEontod by
JNO. S. MOORE.
tl. H. NEWTON, JENNINGS IC. OWENS.
NEWTON & OWENS,
Attorneys at Law,
BENNETTSVILLE, SO. CA.
Offices Over Planters National Bans.
. Attornoy at Law?
Bonnottsvillo, S. 0.
Office on Darlington street near Posta
Tolograpb office January, 1899.
OFFICE Up Blairs in Gr?nland Building,,
BENNETTS VILLIS. B. O.
Attorney at Law and
Oillao lu Doutt Houne.
K l Ll?*?1? O O U Cs H
Surest and Quiokoat Ouro for AU
THROAT and LUNO TROU-??
LEB, or MONEY BACK.
WE STILL FEED
WHEN in town and you want a good,
moal, romenibor wo oaa sorvo you..
A good moid for 250. Restaurant:
north of tho Markot.
j FRESH OYSTERS in ovcry t?tyfo.
D. J. BRAY BOY
MORE PROMPT SERVICE
For the convenience of my patrons,
I have had a Phono placed in my res
idence where calls for my service can
bo made and answered without delay,.
Porsous who desire hurried service w:ll!
pienso give namo and phono number..
Respectfully Allen Stoney,,
Carpet and Paper Mnnw
Bennettsville Phone 181.
- Write Stanley's Busmoss
College, Macon Ga., at onco for
College. Tho School can not
supply tho demand for its grad
Anyono BMKIIMK n ftkotch mid description may
quickly uncertain our opinion froo whctlior eu
Invention I? probably jmtoninhlp. Communlon
tloiiHRtrloMycoiiniloiitltil. HANDBOOK onl'ntontu
Stint ? i rn. ( ililc st neem y f ir Recuring |>utcnt4.
I'ntcntfl tnkmi through Munn A. Co. rooolve
tptclal noUce, without chnrgo, In tho
A handsoinoly llhistrntcd wookly. l.arprost cir
dilation of nny nclontlllo jourmtl. Tonn?, |3 n
your ; four months, fl. Bold l>y all newsdealer!".
MUNN &Go.3G,B oadw^ New York
Branch omeo. l?i? V St., Washington. D. 0.
n?Tt TfT Tty ? y T ? TTVTT yvT^yryy,
(HANN OF SCHEDULE.
Si?AnoAim Air Lino RAILWAY.
Tho Seaboard Air Lino Ry Bohcd*
ulo wns changed on January IOU).
Trnins leave Chcraw.S. C, ns follows:
Northbound No 6(i at 8:05 a. nt.
No 50 at 9:24 p. in.
Southbound No 07 nt 8:05 n. m.
? No 27 nt 10:40 p. m.
Tho Bonneltsvillo nnd Choraw li?
R., leaving Bonnottsville nt 7.05 n,
m., connect with No 6(5 nnd No 57.
Tho nfternoon tinin leaving Ber??
nottsvillo nt 7 p. m. gives Rennel tr,
ville pcoplo nu opportunity ?o lake
t?vins No 50 and No '?V.
Stomach and Liver
lp Chronic Constipation.