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?S. /i. DROWN - - - Editor
Friday April 27, 1906.
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*i ?H?.H. I ijit.on Prices
PEN AND SCISSOR GRAPHS
Hutu tor will have a hanging on
tho third Friday in May.
Tho Southern Baptist Conven
tion mou ts in Chattanoogo next
Dr. John Munro Lawson, of Uuiou
<Hcd in Columbia on tho 23d.
Hobson's majority over Bank
[head in Alabama is 495.
The railroads will hu ve a hap
py time trying to down Senator
The friends of Dr. James W.
Woodrow will regret to loam
that he is crittioally ill at his
liome in Columbia.
Dr. Sampson Pope, a well known
Carolinian, died in Nowborry Sun
day night from a severo attack of
The Southern Express Company
with their accustomed liberality on
such occasions offer to carry all
contributions for the strecken cit
ies in .California free of charge.
An Indiana preacher fears that
ibero will not bo enough men in
heaven to sing baes iu tho choir.
They will probably bo discussing
? coal strike in another place.
It is horrible to road of tho
shooting and bayonotting of
thieves in devastated San Francis
co, but it ie more shocking to
think that human depravity can
got to such a low depth that tho
ruined and the dead aro made
victime of robbery. Pro'cably thero
aro some people who dosorvo a
mad-dog's death.--Wi!. Star.
BoraO Good Advice
Tho following is not too lato to
"lt our farmers waut to do tho
..wino thing, they will plant food
producing crops and touch cotton
lightly. There is little doubt that
thc bulls and bears arc working
.together to control tho cotton sit
uation, and tho fanners havo tho
fight ol' their livos before thom.
They can win if only they stand
together.- ?Stanly Enterprise.
A big crop ot* cotton and but
little com, moans "low prices" for
cotton next, fall, and n "nip ?
'or tho mon who 0 corn and
Dis?)?^Ul?|?Kl - K$$'M ?" . '
L'iic following representatives of
thc European Spinners association
who havo been attending a confer
ence at Charlotte, paid our town a
visit on Saturday last to see the
noted Fuller gins in operation at
the Cotton ginnery here, and said
to be the best made. The party
included the following spinners
from Lancashire and Manchester,
England: W. J. Orr, Henry P.
?rog, Thomas D. Barlow, G. Lou
nard Boldon and H. W. MeAlistor.
They wero accompanied by J. T.
Fuller of Texas, tho inventor of the
combing gin; J. Farnum of Char
lotte, treasurer of the Fuller Gin
company; C. Wadsworth of Char
lotte, \V. M. Whittam, Jr., editor
of The American Cotton Manufac
turer, Charlotte; J. S. Cothran of
Atlanta, Southern agent the Amer
ican Moistening company; J. A.
Taylor, president National Gimiere
Association, Dallas, Texas, and Guy
ii. Stewart, land and industrial
agent Southern railway.
A Trial Necessary.
Tho committee consisting of Itovs.
W. A. Maesttboau, Peter Stokes,
and T. C. O'Doll, appointed by
Presiding Elder Waddy T. Dun
can to investigate the charges
against Kev. C. W. Creighton, at
their mooting in Creon wood last
week, decided that a trial waa ne
cessary. This trial will bo con
ducted by thirteen members of tho
conference and will tako place at
thc session of tho annual confer?
once in December.
A Year 01 Disastors.
Then' is a Haying that troubles
never come singly and it looks as
if thc sam? may boSilid of certain
disasters brought about by uphoaj
vain ol Nature. Within a lbw
weeks wo have had a destructivo
and death dealing earthquake in
thc island of Formosa. Thon carno
thc eruption ol' Vesuvius and now
conics the earthquake at San
Francisco. These throe places
arc widely separated, thousands
ol miles of water and land inter
vening. Scient ists are not positive
ly certain as to tho real causo of
cither earthquake or volcanic orup
fions, although they have a mass
of knowledge about how they
work when onco started, it hap
pens at times when ono volcano
bursts fourth, othors follow,
though it may bo some timo after
and though they may bo far apart,
ft looks as if this might bo tho ro
ault o? one shaking up in tho in
torior of tho earth, tho cause of
which we know not nor could wo
help lt if we did.-Columbia Ko
A SPREAD OF BEAUTY
For May Fourth at Four O'olook,
An Exhibition of thc Babies of Marlboro
TN GMOSLAND'Sf HALL.
THE BABY SHOW will not bo
held, ad advertised lust week,
in Matheson'M Hall, but in the
Hall over Crosland*s store.
Citizens of the county, bring
your babies, for there are prizes
for all ages under FOUR YEAHS.
Besides prizes there will be
lirst and second honors for every
age. Those receiving honorary
mention will be draped with
Each child who is entered on
the list will please bring n card,
stating his or her name, age and
weight- the last two being taken
into consideration in tho contest
for the finest baby.
Admission for adults 25 cts.,
children 10 cts. Refreshments
A party of Maxton people
went down to Bennettsville yes
terday to be at the marriage
ceremony of Mr. John Chesley
Mccaskill to Miss Virginia Mc
Call, which hadpy event took
place in the Baptist church at
that piace yesterday afternoon
ut 0.30 o'clock.
The members of the party
were as follows: Mr. and Mrs.
J. O. Mccaskill and Miss Cam
mie MoCaski), parents and sis
ter of the groom, Misses Lelia
Barnes, Bessie MoNair, darkie
McLean, Manie Currie, and
Messrs J. Dickson McLean and
Martin Luther McLean, and
Drs. J. 1). Groom, Jr, and L.
Their elegant new home on
Mccaskill avenue, is nearly
completed, and will be ready
for occupancy in a very short
time.-Scottish Chief 19th.
Answered The Samo Purpose.
A druggist iu Gaffney tolls an
amusing ir.stanco which illustrates
the difficulty pooplo have in get
ting strong drink. A drug clerk
says that ho was astonished some
time ago when a clerical looking
darkey carno iu und called for
about three bottles of Wino of
Cardui, saying: "We aro going to
hnvo communion at our church
next Sunday and wino is eo hard
to got that wo aro going to use this.
They say it is good for tho woman,
and I guess it won't hurt tho
The State Bankers association
meets in Greenville on the 10.
'oj . ft Fi PHOMPTLY i'lf.Li...:,
Mrv J. il, M tumor ly ii iu ?\?.;j
.... IA" T . . , ' vV' ,
j hoTTec ut mn .rlaning AU-? near thc J
_?i Liuo yards, una also nu your
orders for stove wood. He has
also made arrangements to keep a
supply of Ice and furnish you in
any quantity. Phone No. 166.
Tho following lottora roruaiu uuonllud
for nt Bonnettavillo Postoflioo :
Louisa Table Viola Tompsou, Heir
ry Terry, J. H. Wrapper, Lottio
Milloo, Florence*Hille, Miss N- V.
Smith, J. ll. Austin, A. S. Cooper,
A. Collins, Julia Corbs, Antouy Dil
lon, Ristio green, Gabo Leo, Mary
Harris, J. P. ll i inion, Richmond
Hill burt, L. Ti Harris, Sampson Hiere,
L W. Uonnerdy, Mrs J. P. Mitchell,
Amy Pegues, Carrv McCoy, Miss
Aogenorn McLucas, W. C. McColl,
Molly McKay, Willie McCall, D. C,
McCrimon, R. R. MoCullock.
April with hor um.sh nm, April with her
April with hor garland of fair nod fragrant
Sho came aoroaa tho hilltop nod ovor tho
In hor chariot of fmiiuhlno, through a mist
of cllvory rain.
Huffalo, N. Y.
Fine Cotton Seed.
Any ono wishing to buy sumo fine
seed that will turn out 44 lb? to tho
hundred, apply to
P. C. Emanuel.
Stove Wood and Ice,
WK take pleasure in informing tho
publie that we are now prepared
to Dross Lumber, lill orders for good,
dry stove wood, supply leo in any
quantity, at tho Bonnettsvillo planing
mill, nonr the ('oast I dun yard.
Pilono 166 and your orders will bc
promptly attended to,
J. J. M?KMERLYN.
April 26, 11)06.
BennettsvillG Democratic Club
ALL inombore of tho itomiottdvillo Dcmo
oratic Club aro rtqucBtod to moot in
tho court IIOUHO nt Itonnottsvillo nt 3 1 m.
On Saturday April 28th, for tho purpoHO of
T. I. ROQERS, Prent.
0, I). Etintorliog, Hoo'y.
rHK REGULAR SPRING? EXAMINA
TION for Toaohora UcrtifioatOR will ho
told in tho Court Houao nt Honnottavillo,
>n FniDaV MAY 18th, ioo<">-beginning
nomptly nt 9 n. nt,, and cloning- nt 4 p. m.
<.?nc.a iou:-, will 1)0 on hand for thoao who
tavo hoon taking tho Toaohoro' Roading
W. JJ, UTANTON,
Co. Supt Of I'.Inc ..I ion.
April 2.1, 1006,
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P?E SES PBESBYTEY.
L?rge Attendance-Fina Meeting.
Rov. Dr. McLeod and Mr. A.
J. Matheson returned Thursday
night from Society Hill. They
report a good meetiug. The
attendance was large.
Kev. J. K. Ward, ot' Hurts
ville, was chosen moderator
tor tue coining year.
Rev. Bunyan McLeod of Ben
nottsville and Mr. Ben Dusen
bury of Waooamaw church
wero eleoted delegates to the
General Assembly which meets
at Greenville next month.
In the mutter of the high
school at Florence the Presby
tery took very deoisive action
along financial lines.^ An ap.
?iropriation of $8.000 was made
or the const ruo t ion of the dor
mitory and we will hear from
this later when the board meets
in June. The dormitory is to
be constructed by using the
told Presbyterian church, which I
I was given by the Florence I
church for that purpose.
Think It Over.
When a man is induced to buy
from au agont a $25 stove tor
$65, or a $17 sowiug machine for
$60, ho buys moro "wind" than
personal property, and if eyor
ho has a personul property salo
will find that ho cannot turn tho
"warm air" into cash but tho
machine or stove has to go at
Homothing like its CUB?I value.
The difference between $17 and
$60 is $43. This $43 is what tho
agent charges for his "talk"
and tor a trip or two to seo you,
and as it doesn't add ono cent to
tho value of your estate, it is
bound to bo put down on the loss
sido oftho balance shoot. Warm
air and chin music cannot bo
turned into cash by tho man who
buys it. lt's au invisible com
modity that turns cash only into
tho pockets of tho foils who solll
it-and it loaves tho purchaser
nothing to show ior it, except
tho dry grins.-Our Homo.
How To Ile Happy.
Aro you almost disgusted with lifo, little
I'll ti ll you ft wonderful triok
Tbat willbriug you contuntiuont if any thing
Do Bomothing for Bomobody quick.
Aro you awfully tired with plfty, little girl ?
Weary, dii-courngod nud Bick ?
I'll tell you tho lovolioBt gumo in the world
Do Bomothing for Bomeboily quick,
Tbough it raiun, Uko Ibo ruin of tbc Mood,
And tho cl omi i aro forbidding and tb lok,
You eau mako tho sun Bhioo in your uoul,
littlo mau -
!>.) epruetl in / for soulvhody iplloki
1'fuM.t. ibe stars ate i:V.o brass overhead)
. -"W.-t.'ir?.* :.. '. > "'"V?t-uMjfi bric*.
And our kairkhly uhVbu i i * W/ible svhlrl -
- o u?u,utuiu|| iur tioiuououy quick.
The Drowth Broken.
The drowth of iifteen days
was broken Sunday evening
about 5.80 with a. heavy storm
of wind, rain and hail. The
sand storm that proceeded the
rain was blinding and many
were caught out in it. The hail
was not general and fell mostly
above town. We hear of rio
damage, not even to the fruit
Danger From The Plague.
There's grave danger from ibo pingue
of doughs and Colds that are so prova*
lent, unless you take Dr. King's Now
Discovery for Consumption' Couchs and
Colds. ?Sirs Geo Walls, of Forest City,
Me., writes: "Its a Godhead lo people
living in climates wh?re coughs and
colds prevail. I (ind it quickly cuds them.
It prevents Pneumonia, euros Lagripp,
gives wonderful relief in Asthma and
flay Fever, and makes weak lungs strong
enough to ward off Consumpton, Coughs
and Colds ,')?o und $ I 00. Uuuaulccd
by J. T. Douglas. Trial bottle free.
COURT OF COMMON P1EAS
BLMOTICK is hereby given that tho Spring
Term of be Court of Common Pleas
for Marlboro 11 nuty will eonveno at Hon
nottsullo, on Monday MAY ai, 1906, at
io o'olook, u. m. All persons Interested
will hike duo notice thereof. Grand jurora
nro not required to nttoml.
J. A. DRAKH,
April 2i, 1906, C. O, O, P.
C. D. MILES.
Lumborton, JV. C.
Among numoroiiB oases, principally of
Typhoid Fovor, ho has novor lost one nor
even had a relupBO to occur.
March 30, 1906.
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
EST OK JAs. T. COVINGTON,
HAVING Hied In tho Probate Judge's of.
fleo of Marlboro county my final return
is Administrator of the Entato of James
f. Covington, doaoasod, Notice ?B horeby
jlven that ? will Apply to said Court on tho
3th day of May, 1906, fora final discharge
\!) Buch AdmiiUBtrator,
JOSEPH T. COVINGTON,
April (i, 190O. Adm'r,
NEW TIN SHOP
I have opened up nn up Io date Tin
Jhop hi the rear of VV. L. Pearson's
fowelry Store, where I am now prc*
ulled to DO ALL KINDS TIN HOOFING
I UTTERING and SLATING on short
lotiee. Drotect your bouses by using
tatters, cte. All now work guaran
ecd. Von will lind my work dono in
be best stylo, (iivo me a Trial.
Old COOK Stoves Repaired
You ns TO SKHVK
G. L, DIXON.
April 8, l?0fi.
On Friday nu>:\u Mu> 4th
the great Australian Urama
will be presented iu its ontlrety
at the Auditorium hy the Uen
nettsville Drampn< Club.
It te sufficient : y : the
Olub is chieily ootn posed of
those w ho so ? bli n ted
"Charlie's Aun- und rho
Little Minister" durltig lh<! oast
In this Play Miss fen? a Cros
land will play the ? of
"Klesohnia" "Gt ? sop] - ted
by Mr. Robt Pra" and u >ng
cast of iifleen players,
The proceeds of the entertain
ment will be used ,o mpvove
the Sohpol grouids. This alone
should appeal?tc nil.
- - . .BB
WANTED.-Tn ? .. K sober ?or
getio Moo to TKAVHI . Good i J i oy,
permanent position. rVddl'O? H B.
Taylor, box, 298, Hamid N
A Badly Bun
or boy, man or woman, ;> >.... i ut
of pain if Bucklon's Ai > ? p
plied promptly G. J. \\ loh, of Tokoa?
.slut, Mich., say?: "I u m ly
for outs, pores nod all si . < . .nd
find it perfect." Quiokcs; i >.
Best healing ynlvo mad 'C.
Douglas's Drug Store.
Not tho wealth of i ' ' f
MORGAN or of JOH 5
FELLER, but severa 8
have been spent in bril i t
of pe r I o e t i o ii and . the
product known as "BR
Thc p.esont company r
and tedious litigation, v in ; I
nil right and title to t ti :
In a comparatively s tino
monia will bo known ev
to tho remotest parts ol
Tho proof of tho pm
eating. Tho mere s
"Bromonia" ia e?cli tr
eacy and so beneficial
be in thc homo of citi/.c I
listed is not enough not . .
vineo the sceptienl publii
it has been ;;. ?xv r..ol h
of fakers and hearties
who have taken the pub ai ey i
exchange for dangore) , linn
and habit forming drugs. 1
in these enlightened da;
evidence of sincerity oi
tho owner of a proprietai
fore investing money.
Wo proposo to 3ee thal
/ed human adult who d
our remedy nt our expei
without one cent of e ?st.
itali/ed nt Four Millie
this amount being tltOUfj .
iu order to curry out cur
Read tho following car
K you have eonsump <
of th> Rottlagioda f. rina i-f ;'
on'? fe i/o cannot euro yoi. \ ; ip 11
preti ntl ti) euro you. #o;t iii
individual ti eminent of ri K ' ?
C'.i.'.i ?it ; M \ it you ti . ml j
'genoral lien Hiv, if you ?m vc u, '.
uro subject -v- U|,v. ". i
to insomnia, biliousness, ln.,j
liver trouble, catch cold ess
your system is in that oond lion
you may become an easy |
disease germs of pneumouin .
?nd the various epidemics. I t.'i
b ithered willi constant he?
of memory, generally imp
ity, wo can help pu, and,
low our directions, render y
against sickness. Most si
can be cured by the use of
"BHOMONIA" is to tho j
tem what the scrubbing
soap are to the dirty wash
oidd Nature to resume non
It increases the strength, t
ability of the phagocytes of
it promotes the healthy I f tl
salivary and gastric socio .
your stomach is in good coi
aro wei 1. The Chinese
people. They accost each
"How is your stomach ?"
We don't ask you to ?nv
until you have tried "Bri
our expense. A single I
limes works wonders. C
Coupon at the bottom of tl
Write name and address
Be careful to address
PKKK lt KO MON IA CO
1 hereby declare thu
nt;vcr before bad a fret
"Bromonia." Kindly se
without any cost, to mc w
My nearest )
Druggist is j
25 and 50 cfs
I. T. DoUOLAS, Exclusive
Agent for Bon netta ville o
1W Doal ors not
icnncttsvillo who desire
viii please apply to tho
)ui:<s Co., Columbia.
Feb. li, 1900. :i.
MM For Sale
a^fJQjsL A splendid Oow
AM' two months old, Apply
J. B ll
Bonnet tavillo, April 5, 1006
EGGS FOR HATOf
Eggs from puro
tflo Comb Bro
orS^.Btflt P. Kocks o
' Rocks ca;, bo had at
$100 Reward, $100.
Tho road o ra of this paper will bo pleased
to loam tliut tliuro is nt loanb ouo dreaded
disonao, that eoionoo ha? boon ablo to onrc
in uti it? otngtM, and that ls Catarrh. Hulls
Ont ut rh (juro i? tho only poativo ouro now
known to tho medical frntotnity. Catarrh
being a oonetitutiounl disuaao, requires a
oonstitntional troatmoub. Hall's Cutarrh
ouro in taken intornally, noting directly
upon the blood aud muouiia eurfaooa ot
tho Hjetom, thoroby destroying tho founda
lion of tho disenso, aud giving tho patient
strength by building up tho constitution
and assisting nat uro in doing ita work.
Tho propriotora havo BO faith in ita oura
tlvo powers that thoy offer Uno Hundred
Dollars for auy caso that it fails to ouro
Send for li?t of testimonials
Address P. J. Cu KN KY & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 750.
Toko Halla Family Pilla for constipa
Ourod Homorrlmgos of tho Lungs.
"Soveral yoars siuco my lungs wera M>|
badly ofToetcd that 1 had many homorr
hagos," writes A, M. Ako._ of Wood
Ina. # "I look treatment v.ith several
physicians without ney bcnelit. I thou
startod to take Kwloy's Honey and Tar,
and my lungs arc now as sound as a bul
lot, 1 recommend it io advanced stages I
of lung trouble." Foloy's Honey and
Tar stops the cough and heal-, tho lung?,
aud prcvonts serious results from a cold.
Refuso substitutes. Sold by Dcnnottsvillo
Marlboro Medical Association.
The Medical Association of I
Marlboro moots on .Inno 7th!
and they have invited Dr J. W.
McCanless ol' Chesterfield to
prepare and rend a paper before
A dose of Pino ides at bed time willi
usually rcliovo backache, be foro morning.
These beautiful lit tin gl?bulos aro K>ft
gelatine coated and when moistonod and
placed itt tho mouth you can't keep Iroml
swallowing them. Pine ules contain]
neither sugar nor alcohol-just gums aud
rosins obtained from our own native pine
fores s. comhincd willi otho? well kuown
bladder, kidney, blood and backache'
remedies. Sold by Marlboro Drug Co.
Bennettsyille Mercantile Co., Agts for
The celebrated Cotton Dropper.
Home made V irginia Lard.
for chitdrmnt tafe, ?ur?. .Yo opt?t*?
Specials at Mooro's.
Canned Tripe 20c each or 2 lori
Heinzs Pickle-frosh and good.
Frosh jelly-assorted-only 10.
Armour's Sausage in tomato
sauce only 10 couts.
Heinze's White Wino Vinegar|
rrre rnn c A ? r
ULV??K h O?'?l) WVANDOTTRS, t?f?i
"I tA\ the v " v .''?. '.' . .'. MW ArHihifj
i .t;,-'>'y?.V >i
Wi ii'". ?;I\-.U. ooiii? fcBOii?it'Mv]
r ?1 6 ? fi..; M?ttag ol '5
Bounottaville, S. C.
dors for MONUMENTS or
TOMBSTONE, promptly filled
ll on me, at my pince ol business near
bc Atlantic Coast Inno aud tho Soa>.
jonrd Air Lido Passenger Depots, or
wile me. Designs and Prices furnish9
'tl on application.
I'hone No. 95.
J. W. MoELWKK.
January 25, 1906.
E. C. MORRISON j
- DKAi.an IN -
octrical and Plumbing Supplies.
Electric Lamps a Spooialty.
mum CV City El crt ric riant.
Phono 114. ReimottHvillo, S. C.
C?>*" Report all trouble with tho linos or
oct lights to tho ahovo.
Fine Watch Btcpairiiijg
ia ONE OF OUR SPECIALTIES.
Weak My CH viatic Strong,
? Haying un to Kit your Eyed up with a
with a pair of Puro Cryatalino Lenses
) guarantoo to snit ycu or rofund your
moi cy.that'd our plan.
ices aro tho Lowest cohaistent with
SAM J. PEARSON,
JBWKI.BR AND Ol'IlOIAN.
rmancntly looated at
JJ E N N KT TS VILLE, S. O.
LL po Rona aro warned not to trenpnns
\ in any manner especially hunting with
o and doga or fishing, on eithor tho
Vithornpoon" or "forlorn Hopo" landa,
Rod Hill township! on pain of tho pon
y for eo doing.
ADDISON HAYKA, Lente,
February 15 1906
HORSES and MULES
H. B, FULLER, Successor io FULLER BROS., is
now in tho West BUYING STOCK for his STABLES IN
BENNETTSVILLIS, and the new invoice of Horses and
Mules will arrive in Bennettsville APRIL 24th.
A FTBR THIS BATE I will keep my STABLES
well filled with a select lot of Nice Horses
and Mules Buring tho entire summer.
Give me a call before buying elsewhere.
/ WILL SELL ON SHORT PROFITS-QUICK8ALE8.
Large supply of Buggies, Wagons
ON HAND AT ALL TIMES.
April 19, 1900. H. e. FULLER.
Restaurant AND LUNCH 110(1,
WE nro now HEADY TO SERVE THE PUBLIC with MEALS AT
ALL HOURS, Day or Night. Clever Waiters. Quick Sorvice.
And Something to Suit Your Taste and Prepared Right.
OYSTERS Cooked to suit-Fried or Stewed.
Our Building is on Dopot Street, Next door to Bakery.
Call and Sec us. YOUTB to SERVE.
March 26, 1908. J" JSS' Od0m
BENNETTSVILLE MERCANTILE CO.,
- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN -
ALL KIND OF FERTILIZERS,
Fancy and Heavy Groceries.
WE keep all kinds of GRAIN. HAY. SHIP8TUFF, &o., Tho "BURT")
or 90 Day OATS, BED RUSTPROOF OATS, Virginia Waterground
MEAL, Fancy and Half Patent FLOUR-"Ring Leader" can't he boat.
Just recoived Barrel NICE MACKEREL.
E also carry a complete line of DRY GOODS. NOTIONS, HATS aud
CAPS, and tho famous Hamilton & Brown SHOES.
tt?T* Call and get oar prices before buying.
S??" Prompt Attention given to 1*11010 Orders. Ring up 48.
BEN N ET TS VI LLE MERCANTILE CO.
February 1, 1906.
ftUPP? W H MMf f MIS'
: ,,. \<y t\i'm in W o.nt $;$|.m J
- or a -
Trip to the Country.
Always Ready to serve C jills for Teams.
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
formulae of a practical veterinarian of over a quarter of a century's
experience. It is easily the foremost remedy in its class on the
American market to-day. Price 25 cents package.
SMITH NEWTON, Bennettsville, S. C.
MCCOLL DRUG CO., Mccoll S. G.;
Our New Line
--THE DIRECT WAY
INT O-J^'JTXi:, , SOUTH .
BENNETTSVILLE & CHER AW R. R.
811.1 ii O A II IP
AIR LINE RAILWAY.
Loave Bonnottsville *7.05 a. m., 7.00 p. m.
Arrive Choraw 8.10 p. m.
DAILY EXOKl'T SUNDAY.
* Direct connections at Choraw with through trains to
tho North, East, South and Wost.
The short lino and quickest time to Wilmington, Charlotte Atlanta,
Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York,
Boston, Buffalo, Pittsburg and nil points North ?nd Ens',.
Tho fhort lino and quickest timo to Columbia, Savannah, Jacksonville,
Tampa, Montgomery, Now Orleans and all points South and West.
Foi further information call on J. T. MEDLIN, agent Ronnottsvillo &
Choraw R. lt., BonnottBviilo.S. C., or addroes W. L. BURROUGHS
T. p A., SKAIIOAUD AIR LINK RY., Columbia, 8. C.
CHARLES P, STEWART, A. G. P. A., S.A L, Ry, Savannah, Ga.
J-KT" Read every pnge,
Yes, read every line,
It may pay tor time
For by this gauge
Flowers I Flowers !
M rs. J no S. Moore has a line
lot of Geraniums, Begonias
Ferns, Films and other plants,
woll rooted, that she desires to
sell Cuttings 2?o per dozen.
If you want to se* dollars grow, feed
jrour nuldo with Virglnln-Curoliu? For
llUxers. They will "lnoroase you?
yields per ?ore,"and thus bring down
the cost of produotion, even If you tis?
fewer teams and loss labor.
We bavo thousands of strong' testi
monials from farmers who bave tried
other makes of fertilit?? and assert
?re by far tho best. They will grive
von crops that wi)) make rao.e moiusy
for you. ?iuy no other,oven if aome
dealer endeavors to got you to buy
some cheap " brand lust booausehe
may make a little more profit on that.
Of oourse, that would be to his Interest
VIRGINIA-CAROLINA CHEMICAL CO.,
Rlehmanl, V?. Korfollr, Ta. DorUm, 1.0.
ObnrUltoi, 8 0. Balllfflor?, Md. AtlnnU, Cs.
E4Twn?b, Gt, MoDtgomir/.iU. K?rufMr, Tun.
8hr,T?poi t, U,
Oure? Soldai Prevents Pneumonia
AM HERE NOW.
SPECIAL PRICES MADE
ON EYE GLASS FITTING.
1. It is important that you 'should
remember that we have the best equi[>
ped parlor in eastern Carolina for do*
ing accurate) eye fitting.
2. That we are permanently located
IU our handsome uew store in .Urti '
Sky Hotel Building.
3 VYE guarantee to. gi v? you per
fect visiou by the aid of our Pebble
4. We uro uot traveling opticiano
whose'guarantee is void, but we are
permanently located where you can
find us and OBTAIN OUR SER
VICES AT ANY TIME.
5. We uso the latest methods known
to tho opthalmic sciences for exami-,
Call nt once and let us demouslrato
to you the power of our pine pebble
ino looses and flit your eyes up so
that you will not bo gaziug in n beau?
tiltil hazo any longor.
"Youri . i .'. i cffufiy,'
SAM r. PEARSON>
t?i?i?fi eis-?? o.* ait Ri h-.va.ia Iw???#.
FOR SALE I
Parties in want of first class
Lumber can get it from
A. J. JONES,
Oct 18. Blenheim, R. F. D. 1.
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