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Friday June 1, 1906, (
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P&N AND SCISSOROJIAPHS
Sovon jiersons were killed in n
cloudburst in Novuduon tho 29th.
. The State campaign party will
got. to Bonnottsvillo on tho 25th
Columbia wonts to put all wiros
under ground. It ought to bc
done ovory whore.
While the Beef Trust is under
lire that "horse" business should
Tho State campaign starts at S?
George, on tho tilth with enough
candidates to occupy six hours.
Mouth Carolina losos a graud
.old niau in thu death ot' Hon. J.
K. Tindol at Columbia on the 24th.
He foll from a stroet car.
?Sonntor Tillman hus boon homo
nt Trenton lor a short soason of
ooodod rost after tho recout vory
Htreuuouij light over tho railroad
. Talo bill.
aloro limn lilly earthquake
shooks wore folt. Saturday in the
mining logions of Michigan. Boil
Klings rockod but no serious dam
?go was done.
A mob of 150 mon. stormed tho
jail at Wadesboro Monday morn
ing und took out J. V. So .nson
charged with tho inurdor o? his
?brother-in-law and hung him.
44Will alcohol dissolve sugar?''
-(Tt will'' , replied tho old soak;
'"it will dissolvo gold, brick houses
Ihorses anti happiness and lovo and
P t>vorything olso worth having."
rReports from tho wost, to the
<ifteot that tho prosont wheat crop
?promises to bo tho largest on re
cord, is pleasing inteligeuco, ospo
dally .to'the farmers who are not
f growing any nt homo
imp Hov. Angus Johnson, who was
r ordained a minister of ?the Pros
? hytorian church in tho Choraw
V . . )sbyterinti church seventy yours
f . ?, is expected to arrive in Cho
/ tonight. Ho is now moro
Ul 1)0 yours old. Ho will preach
? ho i'rosbyterian church either
morrow afternoon or night
iraw ito porter 24th.
CANVASS THE COUNTY
o MoNool Matulo Company of Spur
tK'-j lu'odiimont 'ii >O?>' i. .? tin
tftt'li! wp?'-' off ,M;H? tb
lt) uo ? !t ftptei I f;,, ill ili
.tinir li (hit, . ;>r.i/ , . . ' ity?! ??
monument/ the agou? ol imu uoiu
? , Mr. Albort T. Woodn, lias beon mi
xed by tho Ohaptor to etinvnaH the
ty lo minc Cumin for ( li in purpodO. If
'cn i cn UR tillich nfl $1,000 ?ll Cft'ih and
HUUtsoriplions, wo hnvo agreed to give
tho order for tho monument which ia
mt $2700. Wo hnvo on hand ii? cindi
o, Thoro ?H ?IHO a oonaiderablo Rum
UH in subsu iptioiiB which wo hope will
bo paid in lo our sooretary, Mrn 11,11.
Mr. Wood H suooouds In raising $1, ooo,
mon II tn nu C in mum red in IORB than a
If ho fui In, thou tho oilier will not
lncod, nod tho Ohnprer will hnvo to
hmo tho long hind iitrugglo which hnR
i tboira for yoni'H. This ?H tho uwdi
\\ ngroomnitt, hrirlly Htntcd. lt now
MKIH entirely willi tho pooplo of the
inly UH to whether wo suecood or not.
feel that n otisiH lue hoon ronohod mid
Hopo that RiioeoRH will roHidt from this
? i mi ned et?ort.
r. Woods linn n honutiful design which
ill obow to nil who uro intoroRtcd. Tho
H uro thought to bo Tory fu vornhin, hy
jhuptor mid nu auxiliary oomuiittoo,
.lowed of Monars, Modell, MnthcHDn,
Newton und Oreo?.
Wo ronpootfully uHk our friends to naiiat
our ngnut in miy wuy they cnn in making
n spoody thorough oanvasa of tho county
afl bin timo in limited. Lot our wenlthior
oitl/.'Jiifl givo him tho substantial donation
he will ntk for. And thoro uro nono HO
limited, us not to icol it n priviloge to
know their dollar tum gono into a he. uti
ful memorial of their friends mid kindred
tho honored hi ava. Wo am auro thnt many
have novor hoon aolioitod, mid wo Hinoorc
ly hope lluii thin undertaking will bo HO
?uo< c-Haful thnt no othor nppenl will knve
?G ho m ?do to tho generosity of our pooplo.
All cuni i iimi ions will rccciro tho united
thanks of tho
MAliMioito Cn AI? licit li. D. 0.
Special Court of Com mon Ploas
Tho special torin of tho iou rt
?f common pions which hogan on
tho 21st lnis boon ono of unusual
interest. A goodly number of old
cases liave boen so ttl od. Two wore
watched with koon i n to rest--'ho
caso ol Jo ?so David against NV. J.
Covington for shooting and killing
two nf?jnis fox hounds. Tho jury
gave Mr. I Livid $loi? --'.ho othor
thal of W.H. Stubbs against 0.
M. Graham for trespass damages.
Mr. Stubbs asked foi* $500, but the
jurg gave him $10,
Tlie,jury was discharged TucS'
day and Kquily business ol long
standing taken up.
Tho Hull Opens.
Wo introduc? lo our loaders lo
day Mr. Arthur \, Mas toidi Hg of
tho Tatum section a? a candidate
for the olHoo <d' Superintendent of
Education. Mein no stranger to
tho work of tho ellice and places
hinisoll in the hands of tho voters
in tho coming primary.
Five cars of Timothy Hay '
to bo sold right.
lion net ts vii lo Mercantile Co,1
Popular Excursion to Columbia -
SKADOARD AIRLINE RV.,
Wednesday Next, Juno 6th.
Thc first popular Excursion ol the
season wflj be ron by the Seaboard Air j
Linc Irom Qheraw to Columbia on Wed
Special Train will icave l,hcraw 7.35
a, m., arriving Columbia IO 35 a. m. ;
jrerurning wi!Neave (Joiumbia 7,15 p.m
Rato for Round Trip $1.25
Among thc numerous at Columbia on
thia date will bc South Atlantic League
Base Hall between the two South (Juro
lina teams Columbia and Charleston.
For further information call on nearest
W. L. BURROUGHS, T, 1?, A.
Columbi I, S C.
Mae. LIZZIE WILLIS EAST KUM NO
Mre. Lizzie Willis Hastcrling, wilt
>f Andrew J. Fosterling, of Tatum;
v U , dod aecotul daughter ot Mr. nun
Vira. Hania E. Willis, of MoGoll,
ves born August 1st, 187(), and diet
September 28th, 1906.
8I10 left behind a husband, four
littlo children, fathor, mother, ?ix
brothers and six sisters, besides* a host
of relatives and friends to mourn what
is their loss hut her eternal gain.
In " her death tue community and
tho church has lost one who let her
light shine, shedding its bright and
cheering christian rays on all who
carno within tho sphere of her blessed
influence, wooing them hy her good
works to gratily ''our Father which
s in Ilcavon."
Sho waa one of a largo circle o i
thirtoou children, a dear loving circle
of brothers ami sisters. Many times we
havo heard her say Bhe often wondered
where tho circle would ho broken;
who would ba tho ii rs t to answer the
call of tho Reaper. She knew tho cir
eic would he broken, as break some
day it must, but who would he first to
answer tho unmistakab'o summons
Abo! the circle is broken! How ?ad!
We turn aside lo hide a lear. Little
thought we then that otu- dear friend
uni neighbor would be first to answer
ihe summons to thc "silent halls o'
It s jems hard fir a young wife and
mother to he hilton away from her
husband and liit'e children. Bul wo
cannot fathom the m y s tor i or of Provi
dence. "Some day we'll understand."
God in His wisdom and goodness and
mercy kuowoth best. His Divine word
tenches US that "all things work to
gether for good to them that Ipv
Sho joined tho Methodist Church
io her girlnood days, hut alter her
man iago sho united with tho Baptist
Church at Tatum, her husband h dog
a member of tho Baptist faith, ba
Moving that husband and wife work
ing fully together was conducive to
tho best service and worship of the
true and living God. Thus she lived
and labored in faithful christian scr
vice until she heard the '"well done"
ol' the blessed Mailer.
yvordfi oh Ca?' h . . : . Ih Wej " fv.Ue ?.?y ?
at li' ... i li en' to hjinreb ired Sud ',
iu? .. .. . . Uli luCUi lo iii^ti tuen
mother in Heaven."
She was devoted to husband and
children, always patient, thoughtful,
loving, ever looking to their interest
and welfare. liven unto the last ino
monts of life when she could do no
more sho would .stretch forth her hand
to rock the cradle Where her sick baby
She was our neighbor and our
friend. Frequently we visited her
home, always finding her that stine
aweet trusting friend and sister. Often
she visited our home and when she
entered it was ns though a Hood ol
sunlight had swept in. She was al
ways ready to help some one in some
way; never too busy with her own
affairs to turn aside and help and en
courage others. Would that more ol
us wore like her. In our "hear:, to
heart ' talks she often times told us
how well she enjoyed her religion,
how sho loved her Savior, and how
anxious she was that every body should
ho savod through Christ, especially
those who were ?0 closely associated
with her, her whole household. She
desired that they should live united
together in Heaven as on earth. Her
lifo here was short, but full of good
works and doods of love and kind
When all was done that could he
done hy human hands anti skill, and
die realized that fdic was entering the
"Valley of the Shadows," she called
her family and friends around her
dying couch. First she called her
lear heart broken husband, telling
bim in a Whispered voice, the spark
d'life was fast going out: 1 know the
find is near, I must leave you, hut do
not grieve for nie; I'm going home to
live with Jesus. Dollie best you can,
raise my precious little ones- right and
bring thom Home ID Heaven." To the
family and friends gat bored round her
die gave a sweet farewell, and lol the
,llroad ol' life was broken.
Those present will never forgot that
-weet, angelic smile when she said
'I'm going homo lu live with Jesus."
We (hank God for tho sweet in
hum?es of such a noble christian life,
ind over death such agloi ions trill mph.
) Death1 where is thy stiog; OGrnVt!
vh'ero is thy victory? Thanks bo to
J td for auch loving assurances o? a
riumphant (loath and a glorious cn
lance into that swoet rest vouchsafed
into the faithful of the Lord.
I for Prioud,
? -wu ?umiOTW.wiAliouwaM
lono To Hor Howard,
Old Hunt Kittie Cook, some
imcH called Kittie Washington,
nd (or the Inst IO yeti rs luis boon
nuking for Mr. and Mrs ?John >S.
Jooro, died on Kinlay last after
short illness-aged about fio
oars. Kittie was a faithful und
ouest worker and died ti christ ian,
ho was buried ?it Hunker Hill
omotery on Saturday morning,
lev. Prince of thc colored Baptist
hinch conducting tho sorvioe.
fr. and Mrs Moore wore p roso nt
nd in honor of hot long and faith*
ll services placed Howers oil her
Mrs Martha Carolina Hivers,
tho vonorablo mother ot Mr. Joe
Hivers, H F. D. currier on Route
No. 8. died on Friday afternoon
luBt near town after a short illness
aged about fiO years. She vas a
kind, zealous worker in ull good
^eeds, an excellent muse in sick
ness and always ready to help in
u good cause. Sho was buried
Saturday morning ut tho Spears
gravo yard Rev. VV. S. Martin
conducting tho services.
Died in Hebron May 23d 1906,
Mr. Paton Lowie an eeteomed gen
tleman of CG yoars. Mr. Lewis was
contractor for the co me (cry, church
and church yard. He was very
faithful to his dutiop, kept his con
tract perfect in ovory respect. He
was loved by nil who knew him.
Ho loved his church and pastor.
Tho writer has often heard him
say how much holoyed Mr Martin.
Mr. Lewis will bo missed at Heb
ron. May God's richest bloseiugs
rost upon his bereaved widow in
her sud afflictions
May 25, 1906.
Wc oller One Hundred Dollars Re
ward Tor any case ot Catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh (hire.
F J. CHENEY & Co , Toledo, O.
We. the undersigned, have known F
J Cheney lor thc last 15 years, and be
lieve him perlcctly honorable In all busi
ness transactions and financially able to
carry out any obligations made by his
firm WALDIN KINNAN & MARVIN,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cur?is taken internally
acpng directly upon the blood and mu?
cons surfaces ol the system. Testimon
ials sen! tree. Price 75c, per hollie. Bold
by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills tor Constipa
ftt?r Five cars of Timothy Hay
to bc sold right. Bennettsville
Going to Hui Id Up.
Work hus begun for new
buildings in the burnt district
on the north und west side of
I he public square. F. J. Sawyer
luis one building already up and
is planning for others to lill up
the north side. Mr. P. L. Breed
en and Mr. F. M. Emanuel will
soon have handsome buildings
on the west corner. Our town
by September will be in full
bloom again, to say nothing of
what is going to be doti o on tho
wost side ol Broad street.
Stimulation Without Irritation.
In case ol stomach and liver trouble
the proper treatment is to stimulate
these organs without iThntlr
li'/h r-in! sU'midat?s !'1 liver ?'.pd I .vei
whhot.. inhaling therm o g .ins h Kr pida
ol' ordinary cathartics, li cloe's hot UAH
wale, or gripe and h mild aim |de:u;.'.u<
to t ' ; \ n netts villi 1 m i rmacy.
Not To Be Soared,
In nu old fashioned church yard,
in Scotland a pile of skulls and
hones had boon turned up in tho
process ol gravedigging.
Thc plowman in a bothy near
by offered the "loon" 5 shillings
logout night and romovo ono. i
The lad agreed and started in the
An ambush had boon laid to
frighten hun. As he lifted ono
skull a hollow voice called:
"A' rieht," said the lad, laying
tho ghastly tiling down to lift
another. Again came from tho
darkness a voice;
"Gao awa', yo ha vori n idiot!
Ye canna hue twa skulls."
A thousand Dollar's Worth of Good.
"I have been afflicted with kidney
ind bladder trouble for years, passing
?ravel or Stones with excruciating pain,"
lays A. ll Thurnes, a well known coal
jperator ol Buffalo. O. "I gol no relict
rom medicine until 1 began laking j
Foley's Kidney Cure then thc result was
surprising. A few doses started the brick
lust like substance and now I have no
iain across my kidneys and I loci like a
lew man. lt has done me $looo worth
)l good." Foley's Kidney Cure will cure
..very lorin of kidney or bladder disease,
ten nc tts vi Ile Pharmacy,
? ?*> -
Prepared lor tho Work.
Mr. S. J. Pearson, tho Jeweler, hus
mw one of tho latest improvements
"or engraving your hame or initials
ni any article of gold or silver or
date in tho most up-to date maimer.
I'ho samples of work already done hy
lim nie just line. Call and seo him.
Cured of Bright's Disease.
Ceo, A. Sherman, Lisbon Red Mills,
.awrenceCo,, N, Y., writes "I had kid>
ley disease lor many years and had
leen treated hy physicians lor twelve
c ns; had taken a well known kidney
ncdicinc and oilier remedies that were
ecommended hut got no rclicl until I
.egan using foley's Kidney Cure. 'Ih
irsl hall bottle relieved inc and lour
ionics have cured mc of ibis terrible
liseasc, Before I began taking Foley's
tulney (hu e 1 had lo make water about'
vet y fiitcen minutes, day and night
nd passed a brick-dust substance, .'ind
outcomes a slimy substance. I believe
would have died it 1 had not taken
ole's Kidney Cure." Bennettsville
.pooials at Mooro's.
Canned Tripe 20c each or 2 for
Heinzs Pickle-frosh and good.
Fresh ?olly assorted--only 10.
Armour's ?Sausage in tomato
ince only 10 couts.
Ilcinx.o's White Wine Vinegar
Fivo cars of Timothy
!?i y To be sold right.
Bennettsville Mercantile Co.
will Cure Consumption.
A. A Herren, Finch, Ark., writes; I
"Foley's Honey anti Taris tin; I .?
preparation lor coughs, colds and limg , '
troubl?. I know that it h.is cun d ptW \ \
sumption in the lirst stages " Von ?1
heard ot any one using Foley's Hoi i;\ ?
und Tar and not belnj* S&tiftlicd IV ..
* ewanr* fm !
vvvvvwvwvvvvwvwv .?? ' W V V 'V
For Superintendent of Education
I herchv announce myself a candid
lor the office of Superintendent of Rd .
cation ol Marlboro county-subject o
the rules of the Democratic prhnarj,
ARTHUR L. EASRI RUNG.
May 23, 1906.
?. .. V.v. . .
Notice of Court
NOTICE ?H hornby Riven that t)IO Court,
of Qonoral Sessions for tho County
Marlboro will oonvono at Bennett 'ill'. 0 1
tho fourth Monday in Juno, no (.being
25th day thoroof) 1906, in and tot tho
oouuty of Marlboro und Stato ot South
Carolina. All persons interested viii take
duo notico thereof.
J. A. DRAB 10,
Clerk Court of C. P. ? (i. U
For Marlboro Co.
May 25, 1906. - i m
Cponlng of Books of Subscription.
Whereas, Jesse T. Gantt, Scciotar. ii .
did on tho 25th day of May 1906 . ri
hand and tho grout BOal of tilt Hi li? h ii
South Carolina issuo to tho undo ned lt
communion eonsli'utiiig thoma boanl it
corporators and authorizing thom lo op')U
books of subscription to tho capr 1
of MAHI.JJOHO LUM ir KR COMPANY, nov/,
thoroforo, thia in to givo publio nc that
said bookn of subscription will bo
subscriptions to tho capital stoo said
proposed corporation at tho ollloo
McColl, Jr., in Bonnottsvillo, S. I
2nd day of Jone, 1906.
W. O. Smith, )
II. L. McColl, [-Ci :
D. I> McColl, Jr. )
STATE OF SOUTH CARO,
MARLBORO1 COUNTY-Hy Mil
MoLaurin, Judge of Probate.
Wu icm: AH, Jol?n J. Bundy bi
suit to ino to grant unto Iii ,. .
of Administration of tho EUato a il
of Nancy Juno Bandy, deceased ;
Thoso aro thoroforo to cito and
all and singular thc kindled uni
of tho said Nancy Jane Bundy, dc
they bo and npponr before mo In
of Probato to bo hold at Benno .
thc 6th duy of Jone, 1906, ai 1
ltaatiou thoroof, at 11 o'clock ii.
noon, to HIIOW cause, if any (hoy
said aduduistrutiou Bhould not b
Given under my hand, this 2<
May, A. 1)., 1906
May 26, 1906. Judge til' P
Tl.? Al.,..:?., ftf 0iiV n
Vi A .: ') 1 ?SfON,
ll_1 . , iblUiM.
He Seas best who Sees th
DON'T PUT IT OFF
Como at Once and Have
Your Eyes l'or you.
Bv SAM J. PEARS!
heading Jeweler and 0|
Tho young lady aspiran
the Foholarships to be award
this popular College aro ron:
that the annual examination
place in July und they shoo
gin to proparo for tho sa.
they wish to win these ]
Head the notico from tho
dont in another column.
Can You Answer This One'*
Why is il that (ivory pa
we lit eye glasses to hav
moro trohble with their eyi
A visit io an Electrical '
cal parlor will give you
S.\.M .). PKAKSON,
Loading Jeweler & Optic
SCHOLARSHIP AND ENTRA?O
Tho examination for tho n>
of vacant scholarships in ^
throp Col loge and for tho ad
Sion of now .students will bo
at tho County Court I lonni
friday,.) illy nth. at (.) a. m.
plioante must not he lens thu
teen years of ago. When sdi
ship9 uro VHcatotl after Ju
they will bo awarded to t
making tho highest, average al
examination provided they 1
tho conditions governing th
ward. Applicants for sch
ships should write to Preei
Johnson he foro tho oxamiiu
for scholarship application bin
Scholarships are worth tfl(M)
free tuition. Tho next session
open September I Dili, 1906.
further information and catah
add ress Pres, 1). I>. John
Hock Hill, S. C.
BonncttsYlllo Mercantile Co., A0ts
The celebrated Cotton Dropper.
Homo made Virginia Lard.
~ EGGS FOR SALE.
SILVER LACED VVYANDOTTE9, 1
all the your, Prive Birds, t'or sol
?f IS eggs $1.50.
WHl t'H KING LIO COMB LEG1IOR
81.00 for notting of i$,
noiiiicttwllln, S, 0,
D O N' T
Tinker with your watch and
t.oidoiitally dont lot it be tinkorod
vith If it stops dout try to force
t *,o run. It probably needs clean
nv?. Wo only do strictly High ,
Mass Fino Watch Repairing, yot
.r charges are 'ts reasonable us
food work can be done for any
8AM J PHAU SON
Leading JKW??LBU ANL OPTICIAN.
For bloating, belching, nour utoinncb, bad
Drouth uinliiHdmihitioo of food, nud nil
?yniptoris of Indignation, Rlog'a Dyspepsia
IVldota aro n prompt and oitioiont oorico
:?vo. Sold by Marlboro Drug Oo.
Xf?T'Ktoghanis Rouliuble Rums,
S onkfust Bacon,Boot Hums, Beef
Tongue, always nico and frosh at
W. M. Howe's.
- Grape Nuts ut
W. M. Ilowo's.
Not tho wealth of J. PIERPONT
MORGAN or of JOHN D. ROCKE
? 1 [.IJER, but several large fortunes
. " been spent in bringing to point
of pe r f o c t i o n and developing the
i duot known as "BR0M0NIA-"
Tl o p.esent company, after a long
ti ' todioua litigation, have acquired
ni i 'ght and title to the trade mark
I OMONI/V," assets, g ,od will <&o.
a comparatively short limo Bro
la will he known everywhere, even
ie remotest parts of tho civilizod
I he proof of the pudding id in the
>g. Tho mere statement that
: "'. diionia" ia.such tremendous effi
and HO b?n?ficiai that it should
b . tho home of citizens in the civi
li is not enough nowadays to con
l the sceptical public, deluded as
hu i been in the past hy the myriads
kore and heartless charlatans,
lave taken the public's money in
ingo for dangerous, insidious
haViil forming drugs. The invalid
os ciili ;hii ;. . day s want some
lld ly on the part of
tin ? clary remedy be
ton.' in vest ?tig money,
\Ve pi that every civili
lui ho desires to try
ni rc ?y X pe USO can do so
wit ho ?st. Wo are cap
?Ilion <>f dollars,
ii dought necessary
! . MTV i cur plans
lleitil tin : . ; carefully :
I ( ni ni pl inn or some
1 inn of blood pois
e you. We don't
i iou need the
of skill ed spo
I ; hut if j are run down in
iu have dyspepsin
! ig spel s. a victim
inda, ?iic'3S, kidney or
i cold easily, if
vom (ii'slcm ni that condition thal
,. o ger ii i ot i neiii j iii III. i igiippi
i tho yiiiidiis i'pideniio?, M you ari?
.',*.'. i; ii Const i . hentlrieho,: u.i^
hi<?i y . gc??eritlly im paired vital'
u biiri h nip on, ?.?ut, if yeti io])
ions, rentier you Immune
it Hickness. Most skin discuses
; cured by tho uso of BROMO
IOMON?A" is to the human sys
vii;it the scrubbing brush and
re to tho dirty wash howl. lt
ature to resume normal action,
eo.^ea the strength, the lighting
of tho phagocytes of the blo<> !;
nott:-- lin healthy How of the
y nud gnstriC secretions. U
oio.udi is io gnni condition you
v e 1 I. l im Chinese are a wise
Tin y accost each other with
is your stomach ?"
don't ask you to io - >s( ii cent
?u have tiied "Brunvuiia" at
pense A sin ile h tile often
^Orka tvondci8. (Nit dill thc
i al i he bot toni o!' i his.
e. name and nddre.-s plainly,
aroftll to address
KK IlKOMONIA COITOS',
roby declare timi 1 have
before had a freo bottle of
niia." Ktlidly .send me ono
any cost to nu; whatever.
t is J
25 and 50 fis.
UKI LAS, Exclusive Wholesale
for Bennoltsvilleand vicinity
Dealers md residing in
?vitlo who desire an agency
iso apply tu I he MlJKHA \
.o., Col u tn bia.
higgs from puro brod Sin
gio Comb Brown Leg
Buff P, Hocks or Barred
s Oail lu; hud ut tho Dom
3 Wood and Ice,
0 pleasuro in informing tho
io that wo are now prepared
Lumber, lill orders for good,
1 wood, supply Ice in any
at the Bennr.ttsvillo planing
. the (^oast Lino yard.
Mil) and your orders will ho
dolivered to you,
J. J. MUNNERIA'N.
1 w.dul a drink i hal blouses
. , a/ bottlo of Hirofs Hoot
11 to. Powers
HORSES and HULES.
H, B, FULLER, Successor to PULLAR IJHOS., ri?
now in tho Wost BUY INC! STOCK for his STABLES IN
BKNNIWTSVILLI?,, and ino now invoke of Horses aild
Mules will arrive in Bennet tsville APRIL 24th.
? F'f?R THIS DATE I will keep my STABLES
well filled with a select lot of Nice Horses
and Mules During tho entire summer.
Give me a call before buying elsewhere,
I WILL Sh1 LL ON 8 HO Ii T PROFITS- Q Ul OK SALES.
Large supply of Buggies, Wagons
ON HAND AT ALL TIMES.
April 19,1906. H. B. FULLER.
AND LUNCH ROOM.
WE aro now HEADY TO S KR V10 THE PUBLIC with MK ALS AT
ALL 1IOUUS, Day or Night. Clover Waiters. Quick Service
And Something to Suit Your Taste and Proparcd Right.
OYSTERS Cooked to suit-Fried or Slewed.
Om Building is ou Depot Street, Next door to Bakery.
Call and See us. Yours to SERVE.
Match 2G, 1906.
J". DEL Odom,
BENNETTSVILLE MERCANTILE GO.,
- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DLALKUS IN -
ALL KIND OF FERTILIZERS,
Fancy and Heavy Groceries.
WK keep all kinds of GRAIN, H AY. 8NIPSTUFF, &c, The "BURT"
or ?K) Day OATS. RED RUST PROOF OATS. Virginia >Vater>iround
MEAL, Fancy and Hull' Patent FLOUR-"Ring Leader" can't be boat.
Just received Barrel NICE MACKEREL.
WK also carry a complete Imo of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, HATS and
CAPS, ??nd tin- famous Hamilton & Brown Si!OKS.
??v>tT' Ocill (tad got our prices before buying.
?w?r Prompt Attention given to Pii mo Orders. Ring lip 48.
BENNET PS VILLE MERCANTILE CO.
February 1, 1900
illili w. i, lilii Willis
When iii Want ot
Teams for tile Railroad,
- or a -
Trip to the CJouiitry*
Always Ready to serve Cills for Teams.
p .Asher &it*s
Makes poor horses and mules fat without bloating. It
docs 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, thc hair sheds, and the new
coat is always sleek and glossy.
Asbcraft's Condition Powders are packed in doses,
without "filler," and good for horses and mules only,
lt is a most powerful tonic and appetizer, being the
formulai of a practiced 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. CZ
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Our l^aro^w Line
-THE DIRECT WAY
BENNETTSVILLE & CHER AW R.
S JJ.flfO Al?l*
MR. UNI': RAILWAY.
Leave Bon ne tts ville *7.0f> a. m., Y.00 p. m.
S. 10 p. m.
$ Arrive Ohoraw
DAILY BXOEPT SUNDAV,
* Direct connections at Ohoraw with through trains to
tho North, East, Sont!? and West.
Thc short line and quiokosl time (o Wilmington, Charloteo, Atlanta,
Haleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New Vork,
Boston, Buffalo, Pittsburg and all points North and East.
The t-liort line and quiekest time lo Columbia, Savannah, Jacksonville,
Tampa, Montgomery, New Orleans and all points South and West.
Foi further information call on .J. T. MEDLIN, ftgOOt Henuettsvillo &
Ohoraw lt. lt.. Bonnottsvillo.S. C., or address W. h. BURROUGHS
T. P A., SEABOARD Ant LINK RV., Columbia, S. ?.
OUAlU.liS V. STEWART, A. Q. I*. A., H. A ti, Hy, Savannah, Ga.
J3gr? Read evory pago,
Yes, read every lino,
It, moy pay for time
For by this gaugo
Flowers I Flowers !
Mrs. ?Ino S. Moore luis aline
lot Of OmaniuniH, Begonias
Ferns, PMms and other riants,
well rooted, that she deuires to
sell Cuttings 2?c por dozen.
NEW TIN SHOP
I have opoind up ar> up to.doti- Till
Shop i" tho rear of W. L Pet? r: o n'a
.Jewelry Blore, whore I nm now pre
pared to DO ALL K?tiha TtS 1100**1 NO
GUTTERING ?ml ?LATINO on rho:t
notice. Protect yn??;> ?cu??? hy mit g
UuGor?. oto. All new work g parn. -
teed. You will lind my work done in
thc beet style Give mo ? Trial.
Old Cook Stoves Repaired.
Youno TO SKUVE
O. Iv. DIXON.
I April ?, 190?.
C. D. MILES,
Lumber ton, JV. C.
Among numorous cunen, principally of
Typhoid Fever, bo has never lost ono iior
ovon bad n rolnpso to ocour.
Maroh 30, 1906.
E. C. MORRISON,
.- DKAI.RH IN -
I Eleotrioal and Plumbing Supplies.
Electric Lamps a Speoialty.
Manager City Electric Plant?
Phono 114. Pcnnottavilio, 8. 0.
t&~ Report ntl troutro with tho Uncu or
nt root li i? Mn to tho nbovo.
.top? ?be courfU andi fa?alslumf(a
j mi na' UKI j
FOR SALE I
Partios in want of first class
Lumber can get it from
A. J. JONES,
Oetl8. Blenheim, R. F. D. 1.
Orders for MONUMENTS or
TOSVIBSTOWE. promptly fdlod
Call on mo, at my place ol business near
the Atlatuio Coast Line and tho Soa>?
hoard Air Liao Passenger Depots, _ or
write mo. Designs and Prices furnish1'
ed on application,
Phone No. 05.
J. W. McELYVKK.
January LT), 1000.
A ?r.^. / I \ s .UH
Fine Watch ltepaivlng
- IS ONE OF OUR SPECIALTIES. -
Weah Eyes Slade Strong,
By Haying as to Pit your Eyca up with a
with u pair of l'aro Orystaliuo Lenses
Wo guarantee to suit ytu or refund your
mo: cy-tliat'H our plan.
Prices aro the Lowest consistent with
SAM J. PEAK SON,
JBWELES AND OP. ICI AN.
Permanently located at
BEN NETTS VILLE, S. C.
Iam now bottor prepared than ovor lo
please even the ?nost fastideous In
ToN80BiA7i Won ii. I guarantco satis*
faction In Shaves, Hair-cuts, Shampoos
and Massages. I havo a now Eleotrio
Hui I my for massagos, and oan tront tho
faces of Gontlomou and Ladies in the
moRt up-to-date manner.
I solicit you- patronado
si. A. GRACE.
Marion street Bonnottsville, S. C.
IA FREE PATTERN I
(jrottf own <.rl,-i lion) to uteri ?ut? 1
Bciilici Only ttl newts ;\ vr.ir. E
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Perfocl KSitfi?; I'ap'fi Patterns,
Al! SMW V . 'I ?I'.? !. rjtiins ?how
titi- ?..-.lile .'.iii Sf'WB line?.
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