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ti, A. BltOWN - - Editor
Friday July 27, 1906.
pamuwaiii??ij !-?-1 in ----in
One year,.,.^ 1.00
Six months. .50
Three months..... .25
FEARFUL WREOK AT HAMLET
Two Trains Collide and Death and
On Sunday evening fast about 8o'cl'k
less than 2 miles west ol Hamlet the
east bound passenger train trom Char,
lotte to Wilmington and a special ireight
from Haleigh to Monroe had a head-on
collision on a reverse curve, and as a
result 28 persons were kilicd-2 whites
engineer Frank li, Lewis and baggage
master Henry Byrd-and 20 colored and
as many more ol both injured.
From a passenger on the ilbfated train
we learn that the scene was a fearful
one. The passenger train had only tour|
cars-first class coach, second class car,
baggage car and express and .1 coach
lilied with colored passengers who were
returning home trom a revival meeting
In the crash the baggage car telesco
ped thc coach tilled with the colored ex*
cursionists. and this accounts lor the
feartul loss of lite-many ot whom were
crushed beyond recognition.
On this car were 7 or 8 well known
men and women trom Bennettsville who
went up to the meeting, three of whom
were instantly killed, Kev. T. M. Jones,
pasior of thc colored holiness church at
this place, Easter Duprce, wife ot liai
ley Duprce, and Mary Lamb, lier sister.
Robert Douglas and wife were lint
reported killed, but they were both hurt
and with others sent to the hospital at
Charlotte, where they are getting on
nicely and will be home soon.
Thc bodies ol Faster and Mary were
encased in neat caskets and brought to
Bennettsville Monday night and taken
to thc colored Odd Fellows building,
where they remained until 3 o'clock on
Tuesday altcmoon and wore viewed by
hundreds Irom far and near, who came
to attend the funeral, winch took place
at Bunker Hill cemetery at 3 jo. Thc
procession was over a half mile long lcd
by a hearse which carried the body ol
Mary, then followed a long row ol car
riages, then came the second hearse in
which rested thc body ot Kastor followed
by another long row of vehicles, while
a large number followed on the side
walks. The exercises at the grave were
conducted by Revs. Thompson and F.
Rev. .Jones, the other member ot the
Bennettsville party who was killed, was
burled at Rockingham, where bc lived
bet?re he moved here.
Representatives ol the Seaboard were
here Tuesday and immediately alter thc
funeral got Bailey Dupre and the heirs
ot Mary together and promptly settled
the death claims of each, $1,000, a nice
sum, which will be appreciated. This
was certainly a quick settlement.
J)OT FROM BRIOllTSYILLti.
Happenings Amour? tho People In This
Mr. Editor-I send in n few scattering
dots from our ncoliou tins week. Wc aro
Jiosito. Ho is doing good work. I think
ono or two moro Bornions will put tho
Dovil in soarch of another territory, for
Uro. Loslie used his "Gatling Gun" on
yesterday. Our Bro. Baker used to mako
use of tho expressions, "I am going to
how to thc lino and let tho chips fall as
they may, and if you don't liko it my
brother you can lump it, for a hit dog is
euro lo holler." So you eau judge for
yourselves our Brother is doing all he
can lo wet things right at old Boykiri, in
winning souls for Christ.
Mrs Malcome Parham died very sud
denly on thc nihill of thc 14th. She was
sick only 10 minutes. She was buried
on tho 10th at tho Hubbard ?ravoyard at
10 o'olook, Rov. E. M. McKissiek con
ducting thc sorvice. She leaves a number
of relatives, frionds, husband and child*
ron to mourn hor loss. A good christian
mother has passod over the river and is
now rosting undor tho shado of the troos,
awaiting tho loved enos who aro to como
and join hor in that home of rest, of lovo
of joy and peace forovor.
Mrs Dudley Stanton, after a long spoil
of typhoid fever, has bid her husband,
children, relatives and friends ;i (ar swoll,
and gone home to live with God, whore
there is no sickness, no sorrow, no death
---but happiness forovor more. She eau
not como hack dear husband and children
but you can go and join her in that beau
tiful home not made with hands eternal
in the heavens.
duly 20, 1906 i;.
A ROYAL PI0NIG.
Tho proposed picnic and fish
fry given by Mr. Jesse If. Morris
for tho benefit of the Marlboro
residents of Sumter county came
off last Thursday ul, tho lund
Farm. TIIOBU from this county
now living in Sumter are \Y. A.
Sparks, Brooks and Charly Emen
Hol, A. J. Pipkin, Gr. W. Wingate
Toni, Thad and Robort Edens,
W. 1). Parish, John Lo wis, Kay
mo Cottingham, J, L. Irby, Dr,
!B. B, Breeden and VV. ?I, Iii vers.
Several attended from our town.
Tho Herald saya tho menu for
dinner consisted of fi ?li fried und
n fish stow-thore wore 4Ot) pounds
of fish altogother-country haili,
"barbecued mutton, biscuits, corn?
broad, cake, oolloo and lomon
ado. Tho crowd did full justice to
More Respectable To Order ll.
Tho Spartanburg Horrid sayo
that tho farm labor of that county
ie far leas demoralized under pro
hibition than while tho dispensary
?was in operation.
Tho labor in Marlboro is as
-good tin anywhere iii tho Stale,
and dispensary don't bother them.
They order it by tho jug full and
lako it home. It is moro rospocta
'hlo to many of them lo order than
to buy at homo.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Christopher,
|)f Florence aro thc proud possess
pre of triplets.
Tho Atlantic (Joust Hine has
d to put on a morning train
Wadoaboro to Florence.
STATE OAYPAIGN MEETING,
Thc candidates for State offices were,
with lew exceptions, all here Wednesday
including our congressman, who though
without opposition, came over to give
the boys a shun rcporl ol his work.
The meeting was held in the court
house and county, chairman J.N. Drake
presided. Thc speeches were about the
same aa these reported ami read in the
papers tor the past 8 weeks.
All ol thc candidates made friends,
Manning and McMahan seemed to bc i
thc most popular tor governor, Lyon 1
and Ragsdatc talked long and loud i,or
Attorncy^Gcncral, but Marlboro won't
forget the old veteran Youmans who was
prevented from attending. Nor wdl the
voters forget Marion's candidate Sellers
tor railroad commissioner, and McOown
for Secretary ol State. Haskell won the
military boys who will work hard tor his
election as Adjt and Insp. General,
The day passed oil pleasantly. Thc
candidates were well cared for, received
a fine reception, and lett on thc evening
train for Cheiaw.
TILLMAN AT LAMAR.
Korro u DEMOCRAT :
Yesterday was Lamar day. Tho people
began to assemble about 8 o'clock and by
ll there wero 1000 to 1600 present.
Senator Lattimer oponod tho speaking
by giving a vevy logical and entertaining
address on tho subjects of good roads and
drainago Ho says whilo his name has
not appeared in tho papers so inuoh as
sumo othors, lie has boen hard at work
all tho carno, and that if a mau can seo
whore making spocohos on certain subjects
docs not avail anything, ho ought lo havo
sense enough to keen his mouth shut.
Ito was oaruost on tho subject of drain
rog thc low laud? of tho state, whereby
tho lUOSquitOOH and nial o ia malaria may
be destroyed and the lei tilo lands drained
and developed into au agricultural para
dis., lb." spOOC i tyas well received.
Senator Tillman Ibi'.owod. Ho said he
came to this county devora! ye/u-s ago and
found :i 'nit ns inuoh apathy thou as n<>w
That Ibero was a restless disposition
".nun ne wu'! hats, but ihoy ?tad not
organized und iii.I ucl know how or what
(<. do. Ile advi ed thom lo touch elbows
ami bump boa i ?tile, which they did,
and who'i thc ian ca mo Tor development
lungs J not ;o as tho court house ring
w mtcd diena
iiii so noch WAS mostly on the dispon*
s.?iy. Ho said tho law as fust enacted
was all light, and tho dispensary under
i hat law would have worked well. That
while he was Covert! ir ho died his best
to ouforeu the law. but had u d-1 of a
lime al it. That lhere had to ho u few
men kill I in Iryiug lo hiing tho enforces
ment abi uti The ohotuics o? tho dispon
sary I ried to kil it but when they found
they could not they set about to briug it
into .disrepute ?< U pt ion so that tho
people would get lire i ol' il and demand
Ho gaid lhere ?er? good Inmost men
who vol 1 io roi: i lion ?ii 1 i>Vii who
woro conscient i us in their motives, but
too whiskey UK 11 trod , hors voted against
A votoo "I vjtcd for iL and got tho
Tillman. Well my friend 1 eau explain
that to you. 'i.. ire was 36000 for prohi
bition, . 5000 ie. ainsi it. Thc two make
00000, 'ind thc. . wore 120000 who did not
volo at all, win ii in thc aggregate makes
S0000. You see that prohibition did not
get a majority oi all thu votes east.
A voiro ill voted for you Tillman,"
I thought you voted for tho sheep and
nnl ?ho trtioiu H" . -3 """
.? .. j ?j,? rvinou ino old
ow would ll : keep thc pig? from eating
corn? Tho*: pigs would gel to big hogs
A groat many mon who go to the L?g
islature aro like ?he Slick li/... nd, he will
turn the COl?r of the object on which you
Und him. W ion Ihoy are among the
people and want position ano honor they
aro thc color ol tho wis h 09 of thc poopli,
but wheo they -t to Columbia and are
brought under tho influence of the news
papers and wan: a little article (indicating
on his linger about 2 inohos) they turn
a di flor out color. If tho paper is a straw
color they turu straw, if green they turn
green and forgot all about what they pro
mised liio people at home. Ho further
illustratod hy telling an anecdote of a boy
who was fishing. A gontleman saw thc
noy and asked him what kind of tish ho
was catching? The boy told him Baptist
fish. Why do you call thom baptist fish?
Because they spoil HO soon after they are
taken out ol' thc water.
After Senator Tillman's speech a recess
wu . take ii (br dinner, which the Ladies
Aid Society had 'irruir; od in tho interest
ol' the 'W Methodic church, whoro lill
who wished could" . isiy tho1 innot1 man
fur - j cciiis.
Ahoi inner. M.. li. 1). Smith, pre9?
dcni o' mo South Carolina division of tho
COI tel) . ..vers a oeiatiOl) entertained tho
?iud ?euee tor ali.-" :' hours, wnh a sound
logical eh on ?ho realest industry ol'
[ho Wiiri i -that I' raising conon and it
being rai I by lue bravest and most he?
PO o pc. h on (jud's green earth.
Thc BI v. d wa- good natured and jolly
i!i tho wi. through, and alter theexor
lises ol'ill . day were over wen- quietly lo
heir boin -.
Tho nicoling was liol ! in Mini's 1'ark,
i beautiful shady '.-rove for such occasion,
i hore a -land and seat-, had been arran
jed io aceounnodato Ihc people.
.i. C. 1 UMIAK.
hamal, .! nly h>, 11)00
t Ui'J'XOtit . -M.., ' I. . ? ? I
Men 11 ?om Cireuil Protract M?
Protracted rvicei will begib next
lu nd ay duly ? dh al liebton und will
mitinee thc ?oilowhiy week. Kev NV?
i. ?lodgia of I Huton, '. (J , a Marh
IOI'O hov will a st in I ho services and
k'o hope Lo have ibo Juli ami undivi
ed cooperation Ol tho church and
om ni Uti ly. We hone everybody
dio chances to read Ibis notice will
ive jiu!-.icily lo it.
W. Smith Martin.
von SA i^io j
Ono Tal bot l Lngiuo, ia horno powor
Ono li. Van NVinklo 6o miw Ootton Oin
Ooo BOBS Ootton fresa.
AU in rumour, condition Pot furtlmr
tforinailo I apply i.i v.'iit
J. ll. QUICK,
July 2<>, 1906 < il lie ne, N. O',
Two line young "J dray Cows,"
.ii h young calvos. lOithor ono
.ill lupply a .'Mull family with an
hundan' e of milk and butter.
A|?|.ly ut liiis of!]co.
Come and See.
nc Milk Cow--$30 will get hor
atio Mill and Evaporator al a bargain
July 25. It, O. COX K,
We oiler Ooo Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case ol Catarrh that can
not hu cured hy Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O.
We, thc undersigned, have known K
J Cheney lor the last i5 years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable in all busi
ness transactions and tl nanci al ly aldo to
carry out any obligations Itt ade by Ins
tirm. WAi.nIN RINNAN & MARVIN,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, ?.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
acjlng directly upon thc blood and mu?
cous surlaces ot the system. Testimon
ials sent Irce. Price 75c, per bottle. Sold
by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills lor Constipa
Seaboard Interchangeable Milage
Bettor Than Ever.
Tho Seaboard Air Lino inter
changeable miloago tickets now
on sale, will after July 15th also
bo good ovor tho Contra! of Goor
gia, Georgia Southern and Elor
ida,NorfolU and Southern, Atlan
tic and North Carolina and Vir
ginia and Carolina Const roads,
fivo now additions, making a to
tal ot twenty-eight lines in all
represe ntating nearly 20,000
You do not havo to delay your
purchaso, but Seaboard intorchon
goablo mileage heretofore sold
and now on salo will bo good oYor
the additional roads after July 15,
rogardloss of dato purchased.
Purchaso your mileage tickots
from tho Seaboard Air Lino rail
1 wish to notify my patrons as well
as any who desire insurance, that du
ring my absence, Mr. T. 10 McCall of
McCall-Weatherly Co., will carefully
attend to my insurance business.
Deeply appreciating as I do tho
kindness and as in both, thc impor
tance of watching nftor thc interest of
those who con lid 6 their insurance to
us, thoy may rest assured their wol
lare will he carefully guarded and
their business promptly attended to
J. W. SMITH, Agt.
A Now Furniture Storo.
Special attention is askod to thc
advertisement of the now Furni
ture Store recently opened by Mr.
A. Su88man. Stock up-to-date
and priccH right. Noxt door to
SAY, LOOK MERE !
Did you know the Beiinet.ts
ville Mercantile Co., was selling
Best Talent Flour at $5.00, and
Second Patent at $4.50 \ Well,
they tire, and now is your time
to got some while its down.
Prepared for tho Work.
nun arc.just une. Call and sec him.
Flowers ! Flowers !
Mrs. Jue S. Moore has a line
lol ol! Geraniums, Begonias
Perns, P*?.lms and other plants,
Well rooted, that she desiree to
sell Cuttings 25c per dozen.
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705 COLLESS OF CHARLESTON lOOC
CHARLESTON, S. C.
121st Year Begins September 28
jOttors, Scionco, l?nginooring, Oao nobol*
art liip, (riving freo tultiou, to each county
of .South Oirolina, Tuition $jo. Hoard
and fiirnisliod runo In Dormitory $ 11 ft
month All candidatos for admission aro
pormittfld to c.ioipoto for vacant Boyou
Boholarahipj wluoh pay $ioo a your,
v'or catalogue, ndd ros*
il ARI (ISON lUNDOTdMl,
July ia, 'of>. PrCflldont,
EGGS FOR SALE.
ULY I'.ll haOBO WYANDOTTBS, Bgge
) nil tho year, l'rizo llirdo. For Hotting
i c cftctn sj '. CO,
WI I ITS HI?OLE GO Mil LEGHORNS.
jgH oo for motting of i;;.
RonnottRVillo, S, (!.
INE COTTON FARMS
IN CHESTERFIELD COUNTY
Pilli'", Poe Ih'u Really (Corporation have
? a limited numbor of Wno (lotion
inn ?. for salo (May lands thal will ero*
ice Ono Hide Cotton por ?ore ni UMl'i
IIKl) 1*111(110 of Marlboro lands,
Write thia firm and have thom looate
line (lotion Kann l'or you,
Tho Pco Doo Realty Corporation,
.Inno -.!7, I OOo, Ohornw, S. Ol
For Thc Senate.
I nm a candidate for tho State ?-'cunto
in tho approachiug Primary Election. 1
will abide by tho result of paid B?o?tioo,
bo governed by tho rulos and regulations
o? tho Doiuooratiu party, and support ibo
July 10, DC. T. I. li- -.Mo.
Tho many friends of Col. H. M. Pogue*
of Smithville aunouncc bim a cundid at?
for tho Sonate-subject to tho rule d' t><"
Juno 27, 1906,
1 hereby announce my candi-? < I
tho Senate from Marlboro county- I '
to notion of Democratic primary.
July 5, 1000 P. A. Ho
House of Representatives.
I am a candidate for tho Boil
Representatives-subjoct to tho a
tho Democratic Primary.
D. 1). MoOOLl fr.
July 23, 1000
FOR COUNTY SUPERVISOR.
I hereby annouuoo myself a cnn
for tho ollico ol'County Sup3rvisor
Marlboro-.subject to the rules gov?
tho Democratic primary.
July 2, 1906 i<\ MANNING, JO
1 hereby announce my oandidac
reelect ion as Supervisor of Marlboro
ty-subject to the Domooratio primi
Juuo 30, 1906. M. E. Oovf AI
1 hereby announce mysolf a oand
for the omeo of Supervisor of Mar
county-subject to the rules govei
tho Democratic primary. 1 au ai
Confodorato soldier, and as this office
gift of the people, 1 respectfully ask
they honor mo lids (imo, and see if 1
not give them tho service needed.
July 3, 1906, A. J. (Jun
For County Treasurer.
1 hereby announce myself a cindi
for tho ollico ol' Treasurer of Mai 1
county, RU bj cot to tho rules governing
dunc20, 1000. N. B. ROOKH
Thanking thc people of Marleen
tho liberal support given ino in tho t
"1 hereby announce myself a candidat
re-election as County Treasurer.
June IS, 1000. J.H. THOMA
For Superintendent pf Education
I hereby announce myself a. candi
tor tile office of Superintendent of I
cation ol Marlboro county-subjee
the rules ol the Democratic primary,
ARTHUR L. EASRERLIN*
May 23, 1906,
1 he oby announce mysolf a candi
for re-election as Superintendent of 1
cation of Marlboro county, subj001 lc
W. L. STANTOl
Juno 5. 1000.
For County Auditor.
1 hereby announce myself n eand'c
for rc election to the office of Andito
Marlboro County-jUpjoot lo the rule
thc Democratic Primary.
J uno 2, 1900. Cl- Snv.imvt,
.. ?OIII, KJOO.
Thc Merits of Our Eye (iii
- AVFORD YOU -
EASY AMS [ON,
Ile Seas best who Seoa the
HOI j u o noes.
DON'T PUT IT OFF
Dome at Once and llave V
Your Eyes for you.
nv SAM J. PKARSO:
Loading Jeweler and Opt.
SAY (iRED ROC
SAY IT PLAIN.
"Oil Home Drinking "Run R
stands ont among all ot her <l
is an exceptionally pure high
rticlo. li is so valuable ns an r
Ingestion, that many leading Sa
huns order it in barrels nt a tun
ho use of their convalescents am
lents. It is also n splendod rem
gent in kidney disorders and
roubles. 1 bottle vari.?ns drink)
Red Rook Ginger Ale" ns the q
f all drinks.
.Den.iettsville Bottling Worl
.1 O. Hu munn, Proj
-lune 12, 1906
?wainui . i arma*-?*? nu
'HE DAILY RECO!
OF COLUMBIA, S, C
or Ton Wo oks ; Which Covers
In The Record will bc found 1
?ports of (ht! campaign meetings
J. WILSON GIBBES
veteran at such work. His n
teched to the reports is a guara
their fairness and accuracy.
For niuo years Tho Record has
>eated the dispensary, ICdUort?
daily sets forth tho reasons why
spotisary should bo retained. JOv
iond of (he dispensary who wislu
sop posted with arguments lo 11
o opp mitton should road The Ro?
The Roeord ten wooka for 50 00
isolutely in advance,
COLUMBI A, S. 0.
I hereby warn any and ali persons li
*ing 01 harboring my wife, MAT
units, who has left my home with
iso or consent. I will prosecute Ol
0 who harbors or hires her. without
??ont. J A M IOS STU lt SH
July 17, 1000.
I) 0 N' T
Tinker with your watch and
incidentally dont lot it bo tinkorod
wit ti. If it stops dont try to force
i I i run. It probably needs clean
ing. We only do strictly High
01u<uj Fino Watch Repairing, yot
uitv oh argo B are as reasonable a?
good work can be done for nny
SAM J PHARSON
I mading JBWBLBU AND OPTICIAN.
'H .ilontiug, bololiiug, Hour ?tomnoh, bott
e vi l multiHxiinilntlon of food, und rdl
.onH of indi^ootion, Ring's Dyepepuln
' H uro !\ prompt and ol?ioiant oorroo
.Sold by Mnrlboro Drug Qo.
.? ?*> ? - -
>'*Klnghumw Real ?able Hums,
dust Bacon, Reel Hume, Reel
ii no, always nico ami frosh at
W. M. Rowe's.
i rape Nuts af.
W. M. Rowe's.
. i tho wealth of ,T. PIERPONT
JAN or of JOHN J). ROOKE.
; ' ! .FR, but several laredo fortunes
den spout in bringing to point
fcc ti on and developing the
tknown as "BROMONIA-"
present company, after a long
. ions litigation, have acquired
t and litio to tho trade mark
IONIA," assets, good will &c.
sotnparativcly short time Bro*
.ill be known ovory whoro, oven
imotcat parts of thc civilized
roof of the pudding io in thc
Thc mere slalcmont that
lia" ii stich tremendous elli
I so benelicial that it should
home nf citizens in tin; civi
ol enough nowadays to con
soeptical public, deluded as
m in the past by thc myriads
i and heartless charlatans,
? taken the public's inonoy in
for dangerous, insidious
. -forming drills. The invalid
enlightened days want some
of sincerity on the part of
. of H proprietary remedy be
?pose to .-iee that every eivili
n adult who desires to try
ly at our expense can do so
nc cent of e ist; We are oap
y" m of dollars,
ni i . ght necessary
. 01 . 'ry mu, i r plans.
pl ion or some
(d' blood pois
ou. We don't
Y~oa need the
8 lc i 1 1 cd spe?
) run down in
mel S, a viet i tn
.ss, kidney or
cohl easily, if
hill condition that
iokness. Most skin diseases
. tired by thc use of BR?MO
vtONtA'' is lo the human sys
it the scrubbing brush and
to tho dirty wash bowl. It
ure to resumo normal action,
sos the strength, the fighting
f tho phagocytes of tho blood;
tes th.- healthy How ol' tho
and (.Mistric secretions. Il
ti a oh is in good condition you
J 1 1. The ('hine.-" are a wist;
They accost each other with
your stomach ?"
?n't ask you to invest ii cent
i have tried " Bivmonia" at
ense. A sillglo bottle often
orks wonders. Cut ont thc
at the bottom of this.
; name and address plainly.
refill to address
BK ll ROM OX IA COtJPOK.
rolly declare thal 1 lia ve
adore had a free bottle ol'
'ilia." K nully send me ono
any cos! lo mc whn to ver.
25 and ot) els,
un i,AS, [.j.xclu?ive Wholesale
f ir Demicltsviilc and vicinity
I) ea le r s nol residing in
ville win? desire an agency
SO apply to thc AI ir'KR A V
, 100(1. .'I.
ICggs from pun- bred Sin
?lo Com?) Brown Log
Juli' F. Rocks or Burred
(jun be had til the Dem
) Wood and loo,
ploasur? i i informing lim
o thai we ai.. now prepared
Ulimber, lill orders im good,
wood, supply Iee. io any
nt the Bonn? ttsville nianing
lim Coast hine yard.
0(1 and your orders will bc
delivered to you.
.?. J, MuNNI?ttnY?i,
"?ve bava of Timothy
I be sold right.
1 iniottavlllo Mercantile Co*
Til at there is a
ii wnw ?un ii ii,
Next Door to Excelsior Hardware
BENNIOTTSVILLK, a 0 , July 2, 1110(1.
300 BARRELS OF THE FINEST FLOUR.
WHILE rr LASTS WR WILL SELL The Finest
Patent at $5.00, o,nd the Second Patent
at $4.50 PHtt BARREL.
KTice Lot of Hams
Homo Made and Kinghan's Reliable.
HAMILTON * BROWN SHOES,
THE "AMERICAN LADY" THE FINEST.
,?>: " <7f.7/ ?/.//?/ <yc? ort/* prives hcjoYC buying,
.V Prompt Attention given to Ph mi; Ordern. Itin^ up 48.
BENNETTBVILLE MERCANTILE CO.
01 NIC 28, 1900.
H. B. FULLER, Successor to FULLER BROS., is
now in tho West BUYING STOCK for Ins STABLES IN
BENNETTS VILLE, und Hie new invoice; of Horses and
Mules will arrive in Beimelisvilie APRIL 21 th.
A ETER Tins DATE I will keep my STABLES
well filled with a select lot of Mice Horses
and billies During the entire summer.
Give mc a call before buying elsewhere9
l WILL SELL ON SHORT PROFITS- QUICKSAWS,
Large supply of Buggies, Wagons
ON HAND AT ALL TIMES.
JMHUK Wo. IL mmw STABLES
When in Want oi
Pearns for the Etailroar?,
- or a -
Trip to thc Country.
Always "Ready to servo Calls for Teams.
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, the hair sheds, and the new
coat is always sleek and glossy.
Ashcvaft's Condition Powders are packed in doses,
without "idler," and good for horses and mules only.
It is a most powerful tonic and appetizer, being the
ormuke o? a practical vetcrnarian of over a quarter of a century's
ixperience. It is easily the foremost remedy in its class on the
Vmencan market to-day. Price 25 cents package.
SMITH NEWTON, Bennettsville, S. C.
MoOOLL DRUG CO., McCoIl S. O.;
Oiar New Ila i xx o
-xilti DIR1SOT WAY
asroia'r-Ei, SOUTH- I
U? A.S'.l'. WEST. }
BENNETTSVILLE & CHER AW 7?. R. j
SM ?rsi ii o A un \
A TR UNE RAILWAY.
Louve Bennottsville *7.0f> a. m., Y.00 p. m.
Arrive Ohoraw 8.10 p. m. !
DAILY EXORPX SUNDAY.
* Direct connections at Ohoraw with through trains to j
tho North, East, South and Wost.
Tiie sher) lino and nuickcftt dino to Wilmington; Charlotte, Atlanta, ?
lUlci?h, Kichmond, Washington? lialtithoro, l'hilitdolphl?, Now York, |
lio.slon, lhdlalo, IMtlrtlnirg and all points North and Ku8t.
'Di.! short lin" nod quickosl limo lo Columbia, Savannah, Jacksonville,
Tamra. Mont/?omory, Now Orleans and al! pointa South and Weat.
Foi further information cali on J. T. MK OLIN, ngont Bonttotts?Hlp &
Ohoraw It. lt.. Itonnottavillo.S. 0,, or address W. li. BtJIUlOUCHIS jg
T. 1? A., SRAROARD AIR Iii NH UV., Columbia, vS. (J. ||
OHAllhlSS 1?. ?STKWAltT, A. G. I'- A., S.A.L, Hy, Savannah, Ga M
NEW TIN SHOP
I Imvp opened np en up tn date ^'JMQ
SllOp i? the rear of W^ D. Pourront
.lr?, ?ry Store, whoro I nm now pre
pared to 1)0 ALL KINDS UK HOOKING
GUTTERING amt SLATING on id ort
notlco. Protect your ho.icu? by u?h.g
Gutters, eic. AU new ?Volk gua: JU -
teed. You will find my work done in
tho beet style. Give me a Triai.
Old Cook Stove? Repaired.
Youan xo SHH vu
G. Jj. DIXON.
April 6, 1900.
C. D. MILES
Lumbe/'ton, AT, C.
Among m i HICK mn cases, principally of
Typhoid Eovor, ho haa nuvor lost ono nor
oven had a rolnpso to occur.
Mnrch 30, 190?.
E, C. MORRISON,
-? DKAI.KR IN -
I Elootrioal and Plumbing Supplies.
Ekotric Lamps a Sposialty.
Manager City Kl cct v ic Plant.
Phono 114. PennottHvillo, ii. O.
??t*- Hoport nh troub'o with thu Uno? ox
stroci lights io tho above
FOR SALE I
Partios in want of first class
Lumber oan got it from
A. .J. JONES,
Oct 18. Bh i. hoi in, R. 1<\ D. 1.
Orders for 1*2 ONXJMEINTTS or
T03VEBSTON33. promptly filled
j Call on mo, at my p?a?e ol business noar
I Ibo Atlantic ('oast Lino and tho Soa??
board Air Lino l'a; sen g cr Depots, or
write mc. Designs and Drices furnish"
cd on application,
Phone No. 95.
J \V, MoELWKE.
January 2.r>. 190C.
Fine Watch ItcrmiriiiK
- IS ONE OF OUlt SPECIALTIES. -
Weah Kyes Matlc ttfrong;,
Hy Haying na.to Vit jour EyoB tip with a
with a pair o? Puro Crystalino Louses.
IVG guarantee to pnit yen or refund your
mor ey - tbat's our pion.
Prices arc tho Lowest oohelstent with
SAM J. PEARSON,
JRWELBK AND Oe.OMAN.
Permanently located at
Ii E N N BTT S V I L L E , S. C.
Iam now better prepared than ovor to
please even tho most fastideous in
TONSORIAL WONK. 1 guaranteo satis
faction in Shaves, Ibiir-outR, Sbainpooa
and Mtiusuges. , I liavo a now Elootria
Battery for massages, and cnn treat tho
faces of Gentlemen and Ladies in tho
mon up-to-date manner.
? solicit your patronage
J. A. GRACE.
Mario 1 street Bounettsvllle, S. 0.
Thar? BT? mor* IWoCiil I Tnt tl?MB?Md In ihr Unlit.*
6tatei linn ol ?ny othrr m.kr o I ?altern?, i "lt I? on
vf. o ,1.1 ?I ilirlr ?iylr, accuracy nnil ilmplielty,
lUrCnlPa M??a??BO(Tho Quren of FaihlonHitl
Moro MiWilbrr* lhan any eOirr I iiWy M ??T-winr. On?
??ar'.i vi bier! ?ilion i"
timbfr, ft OOMta. -
Um I'roo. SuimCHt* today
uniberO r<^t? ftO CPJita. J-?'*?*
F.veiy ?iibtciiber Rna a McCall Pat
Lady Alienta Wanted. lUndsonir prrrnluma ar
|fter?l r??h FommltaiOn. PAtlein < utalo?iio( ot 600 da.
llrni) ?ml rromium dialogua (?liowin? 400 premium*)
?.nt Iroe. Addreit 'ill ll MCCALL CO., N*vr York.
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ruo Newton Pill?
Those groat blood and livor
regulators are known ovor
Marlboro. For tho convenience
of his oiuatomers he has left a
few boxes at thia 0M00 where
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