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ti. A, it ito ir N - - - Editor
Friday August 10, 19C6.
.Ono year.* 1.00
PEN AND SCISSOIIGIIAPHS
The three white men who es
caped from Sumter jail last week
have all been captured.
ltev J. W. Humbert a well
Known minister of the South
Carolina conference died last
All lingo streams in tho Indian ter
ritory aro out of their hanks and low
lands aro covered.
Tenido doods of rain are reported
iu Texan, near Bi own wood, which did
great dnmagu to crops and railroads
Mrs White Hamilton'of Dillon I
in a fit of insanity committed sui-!
olde by jumping into a well in
tho yard ono day laat week.
* A. C. Jones, one of the 8 candi lates j
for Governor was arrested at Chester
for interrupting Lyon tho candidate
for Attorney General. Lyon must he
the pot of tho mayor of Cheater.
Rev Thos, P. Lide, formerly
of Darlington, but for sometime
pastor of Bethel Baptist church.
Privateer Sumter county died
on the 2d-aged 02.
Mr. W. P. Pollock, of Che
raw, in justice to himself after
a months stay in the hospital,
hus decided to retire from the
race for congressman from the
AN ANTI-TILLMAN FIGHT.
Tho Dispensary A Scarecrow.
Mr. Editor-It is becoming
pin i uer every day that the cam
paign this year isa sugar-coated
Auti-Tilhuan tight-ur god and
oar ried on by those who have hated
Tillman since tho birth of tiro old
reform movement, Ho has been
given nothing but abuse since.
Now, tho hated dispensary is
hoing used as thc scarecrow with
which to capture voters under a
plea for prohibition, not so much
to down tho 'hated' dispensary as
to weaken and dosi roy Tillmnnism
It ?R plain that it is not whiskey
they tito lighting, or they would
not clamor for high license or loco]
option us subs tu tos for tlie dispen
sary, lt is barefaced insincerity.
They may fool some with these
sugar coalod pretexts to "purify
the morals of the people," but thc
majority havo long since learned
their tactics, and wo don't think
... M ? 1
lue public as a candidate for the
House of Representative, and ns my
business is such as may make it im
possible for tuc lo attend all tho meet
i ogs, it is hut fair to the voters, and
incunihout upon me to stnto clearly,
what are my views on questions which
havo hocome issues in the campaign
Fini, I am in favor of a State Dis
pensary, with the Hoard of Control
and bottling establishment abolished,
its running expenses reduced, and a
much more simplo plan for its man
agement substituted, hy which chan
ces for mismanagement and graft
would ho practically out of tho ques
ti >u. I cannot go into details in this
card, but am as sure of the good re
sults following their adoption as one
can hs of anything not already dem
onstrated. 1 have slated my plans to
several gentleman, on both sides ot
the question, and they all admit that
it would ho a vast improvement on
any previoiiH management.
Giveoach county an option between
Prohibition and Dispensay, tobe, un
der tho control of the county officials,
with such other sale guard*; as may
bo thought advisable fora rigid eu
forcement of the law, against any and
nil violations, this being the most di
rect method of killing a had law, or
strengthening a good one.
Education. This is a question to
which too much consideration cannot
bo given, for upon it depends largely
tho futuro of this, or any other com*
, mon wealth. There are as many, or
possibly more elli hi ron in colored |
schools now than there are in the
white schools. This cannot be ac
counted for from it greater ability on
the pai l of the negro paren ts, over
that of the while?, to send llicii child
ren to school, and, therefore, must be
attributed lo another, ami more lam
eulabie e;tuse, namely, the apathy or
indifference On tho part of tho white
people, and Hie eagerness with which
the negroes re eh out for odr.cation.
It see ins, I hore fore that something
must he done, lo stir up the whites,
along educational lino*, or in a de
cade or two wo will stiller hy co m par
ison. There aro o'her questions which
should, aud doubtless will c one up
for consideration at tho next mooting
of th? Logis'oturo, such ns immigra
tion, oh ?ld-labor, (which if enforced,
would effect favorably the education
al interest) ami hy no means least,
one thal seoins to have been lo?! ?i^ht
-f weights and me.iHiires.
? ?paco forbids greater length al lins
i o, and I therefore, must stop.
Foil noon liAWS,
J, R. SAMPSON.
, Sad Accident
an Sunday morning last tho
nows was received here that
is. Allic Pearson, (laughter of
, A lev. C. Pearson > had acci
. illy fallon out of a window, on
second floor of the dwelling
their home in Adnmsvillc, and
ously injured. Dr. Crosland
.1 summoned immediately and
AVO tho young lady every atten
tion, but up to Tuesday morning
She hud not regained conscious
THE COUNTY ?AMPA1QN.
Tho County J)oniooratio Exooutivo oom
J ioitioo mot on Momluy August 0. 1006.
! to orrnngo for tho County G&mucign, tlx
j assossuionls, adopt rulos ami opnoint ibo
umnogors lo hold tho piiinary emotions,
j All onndidutos aro required to Gio thoir
I plodgos und pay thoir assessments ou or
bolero 12 o'clock M, Monday tho 13th ol'
Thc assosssuiouts nu candidato? for tho
various odi?os to bo lilied at this election
shall bo (ho samo ou all-$10 oaoh.
Tho county campaign sohodulos have
bocu arranged as follow?, and oaoh moot
ing to begin at 10 o'clock :
Hlonheii?, Tuoeday Aug, 14.
llriotow'a Storo WoduOBduy 15,
Olio, Thureday 16,
Tatum, Friday 17.
MoColl, 'l'u cud ny Aug ai,
Roykin, Wcdnoflday 22,
Grant's Mill Thursday 23.
BonnetlBvillo, Friday 24.
MANAGKHB OK HI.HCTION :
Adtimsvillo-W. A. Moore, T. A
iluckabeo, I*. Ii Newton.
Boiinottsvillo -K. VV. Breedon, G. W
Uoarsoy, J no. A. Drake, s
Brightsvillo--B. J Patterson Jr, IC VV
Liles, A. II. Odom. Jr.
Brownsville-Ii J. Bruce, J. lt. O'
Nailo, Light Towusond.
Clio-Levi lvoy, M. J. Covington, A.
Hebron-1). P. MoQuuig, Johu Hamer
J. V. McKiunon.
Kollock-Jamos Quick, James Mo
Arl Imf, Chas Irby.
MoColl-H. 10. Willis, ll 1\ MeLaurin
Mill Village-Giles MOMO, lt. C. Good
win, Bon Spears.
Quicks X Bonds-J. W. Griggs, Mans
del Quick, Charley Grant.
Bod Ilill-J. I. Bogers, W. L John,
A. T. Odom.
Tatum-J. P. Bolton, John Welch,
Tlie malingers aro elooted to hold tho
Brat and soooud election, it tho second bo
necessary. Tho mnnagura aro roi pi outed to
Bond one ot their niombors for tho boxes
on Mondai boforo tho o'oction.
The mauagevs will bo paid Five Dollars
for coming af I Ot tho boxes, holding tho
oloolion and roturning tho boxos.
No extra expensen will bo allowed.
J N. DRAKE,
A. C. Green, Secretary
Chu*. W. Moore, a machinist of Ford
City, l'a-,had his ll and frightfully burned
in an electrical furnace. He applied
Bucklou's Arnica Salve with tho usual
result : ":? quick and perfect cure." The
?rolltest healer ou earth for burns, Bores,
woutldsi eczema and piles. 25c ut J. T.
Douglas' drug stoic.
Tho County Campaign.
Tho entries for candidates
closes next monday at noon i?nd
I he boys will start out on the
firing lines on Tuesday morn
ing. The first meeting will be
at Blenheim, and the campaign
tIiis year promises to be inter
esting. The county executive
.. . - ?i
ron Baptist church. Belair, Ga . says of
lOlootrie Bitters, "It's a Godsend to man
kind It cured mo of lame bick, stiff
j tints and oom plo'fl physical colapse. 1
was so weak it took ino half an hour to
walk a mile. Two bottles of lOleelrie Bil
lers hnvo made mo so strong I have just
walked 3 miles in 50 minutes and feel like
walking throe moro. lt's made a new
nan ol me " Greatest remedy for weak
loss und all S tom ?oh. Liver and Kidnov
lom plaints. Sold under guarantee at J.
P. Douglas's Drug Store, Price f)Oo.
You will lind all var i ties of
Turnip Seed at Bonnettsville
Till: YELLOW FEVER GERM
ins recently boon disoovcrod, It boars a
lose resemblance to the malaria germ.
'0 free the sytein from disease germs tho
iiost effective remedy is Dr. King's New
/ile Pills. (iunantood to cure diseases
ne to malaria poison and constipation.
io at J T. Douglas' drug store.
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
Instate cf Joseph H. David.
?'AVING filed io tho Probato Judge's
i office of Marlboro county our Anal
slum us lOxocutoVs of the Kilato of J.H.
. ivid, Notice is hereby given that wo
ill apply to sai I Court on the ;> 1 day of
eptciubor 1000, for a final discharge as
Itocutoru of said estate.
II. TA David,
L O. David,
August lb 1005 Executors,
>AY 'RED ROCK,"
SAY rr PLAIN.
"OR Home Drinking "KKI> KOCK"
stands out among al] other drinks
i 1111 exceptionally pure high class
tide, ll H so valuable ne an aid to
?gesti?n, thai many loading Sanita*
inns order it in barrels nt tl time, for
ic uso ol' their convalescents and pa
outs. It is nlso a splcndcd remedial
jeni in kidney disorders and liver
nubles. I bottle various drinks and
Ked Ko k Qinger Ale" ns tho queen
BounotlBvillo Bottling Works.
.J U. HUHHARD, Prop'r.
June 12, 190(1
O.ie Tal bott Imagine, 1? liorso power
One B, Van Winkle 6o uaw Cotton (lin
Ono boss Cotton Press.
All in running condition For fnrthor
'orinatlon apply or write
J. It. QUICK,
July 26, 1906 Osborno, N, C.
Two (ino youno; "Jorsy Cows,"
th young cul ves. Either ono
ll supply a small family v/ith un
uiulaiico of milk and butter,
Apply at this oil]00.
.wi rr. i ? II i ino.in nm mili ? I?I i-M
Come and See?
e .Milk Cow $.'50 will get her.
NC Mill and lOviiporutor at a bargain
.dy f?? (!. COX IO,
Wo oiler One Hundred Dollar? He
ward for any case ol Catarrh that can
not he cured by Hall'? Catarrh Cure.
F J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O.
Wc, the undersigned, have known F
J Cheney lor thc last lf> years, and be
lieve lum perfectly honorable in ell busi
ness transactions and financially able to
carry out any obligations made by his
firm. VVALDIN KlNNAN & MARVIN,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
acpng directly upon thc blood and mu
cous surlaces ol the system. Testimon
ials sent Ircc. Price 75c, per bottle. Sold
by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills lor Constipa
Sixth Annual Eastern Seashore
SEABOARD AIRMNK RY,,
On Wednesday August 15th. tho Soa?.
board Airline will run its Sixth Annual
ISastorn Seashore Exour.siou to Virginia
?tad North Carolina coast resorts inoluding
Old Point, Oooan View, und Virginia
Uoach, Va., Wri?htsvillo Beach NC and
Morehead City, N. C.
The rato.* from Columbia, Camdon and
Choruw to Virginia oo:?*t resorts will bo >
$8.00 for round trip ; to Wrightsvillo $0
and to Morehead City $S 00
Tickets will bo on.sale for rogular trains
on August 15th only, ami limited for ro
ture until and inoluding Aug. 31, 1U06.
There it but ono "bout lino" to those
rosortft. tho Seaboard Air Lino and tho
through Pullmans and ooaohes will bo
provided to ruu through to Not folk. Va.
lUto te Old Point, Va. will also apply via
Riuhuiond and C & O Ry.
For further information write
VV. L. BURROUGHS, T, p, A.
Columbia, S. C.
LUCKIEST MAN IN ARKANSAS.
"Pm thc luckiest man in Arkansas,"
writoH II. L Stanley of Bruno, "siuce tlio
rostoration of my wife's hoalth after livo
years ol' continuous coughing and bleed
ing from tho lungs ; und I owe my good
fortuno to the world's greatest medicine,
Dr. King's Now Dboovory for consump
tion, which I know from oxporionce will
euro consumption if taken in time. My
wife improvod with first bottlo and twelve
bottles completed the ouro." Cures the
worst coughs aud colds or mouoy refunded
at J. T. Douglas' drug store. 50o and $1
Trial bottlo froo.
A New Furniture Store.
Special attention is nskod to tho
advertisement of tho now Furni
ture Store recently opened by Mr.
A. Su8sman. Stock up-to-date
and pnces right. Next door to
SAY, LOOK HERE i
Did yon know the Bennetts
ville Mercantile Co , was selling
Best Patent Flour at $5.00, and
Second Patent at $4.f)0'4 Well,
they ure, and now is your tittie
to get some while its down.
Prepared lor tito Work.
Mr. S. J. Pearson, tho Jewoler, has
now oue of the latest improvements
x? iowors i i? lowers i
Mrs. Jno S. Moore has a fine
ot of Geraniums, Begonias
[Terns, P*?.lms and other plants,
voil rooted, that she desires to
iel! Cuttings 2?c per dozen.
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'SS COLLESS OF CHARLESTON 1005
0H&RLE3T??I, S. 0.
I21st Year Begins September 28
utters, Soionoo, Engineering. O.10 sohol*
arship, giving free tuition, to oneil county
of South Oiroliim, Tuition $40. hoard
and furnished room in Dormitory $11 11
monta AU oaodldatoa for admission aro
pormiltud to computo for vuoant boyce
BoholarshipH winch pay $100 a your,
for catalogue, iiddroutt
II A Rn I SON RANDOLPH,
July 12, '06. President,
EGGS FOR SALE.
ILVER LAGED WYANDOTTE, Egge
nil tho your. Pri/.o Hirds, for setting
?5 <!KK" $< S?.
WHITE BINOLE 0OM11 LEGHORNS,
gs $1 00 for setting of 15,
Ronncttsvillo, S. G.
INE COTTON FARMS
IN CHESTERFIELD COUNTY.
MI K Pee Dec ltoaltv Corporation have
a limited number of Kino Cotton
.ms for sale Clay lands thal will nw
IO One lialo Oolloo per acre at ONI'J
110) PRICK of Marlboro lands.
VritO this firm and have them locate
ne Cotton Karin for you.
Tho Pee Doe Really Corporation,
uno 27, H'???.
Cheruw, H. C.
Vor Thc Senate.
I um a candidate fur tho State b ?
in ?ho approaching Primary Elcoth.i?
will nbido by tho rosult of saidxKl
bo governed hy tho rulos oud rogui -A^UM
of tho Doinooratto party, and supp -;? Ute
? July 19, 00. T. I. Koo
Tho many friends of Col. R. M. 1
of Smithville aunounoo him a oau
for tho Sonato-sui jool to thc rulos
Juuc 27, 1900.
1 hereby aunounoo my oniulida
tho Son ato from Marlboro county-*
to aotion ol'Domoorutio primary.
July ft. 1900 P. A. Hom ?-..-.
House of Representatives.
I hereby anuouneo myself a candi I i
for tho House of Ronrosonlatives
Marlboro County, subject tj tho ri K\ o
tho Democratic, primary.
Aug. 0, 1906. J. C Campl
The many frionds of Hon. C. P. '
sood hcrohy nominato him as coau I ?
for tho House of RoprcBonlntivos
Marlboro oouuty, subjoot to tho ru i
tho Demooratio primary.
I am a candidato for tho llou
Representativos-subject to tho aol
tho Domocratio Primary.
1). 1). MoCou.,
July 23. 1900
With confidonco in that our frioi
R. SAMPSON, is nu unquestionable 1
or iu all just causes nod laws of om
and county, we hcrohy nnnounco 1
a candidato for the Uouso of Roprc
lives-subjoot to tho rtelion of tho
July 12, 19U0. His FR?E
FOR COUNTY SUPERVISOR
I hereby announce myself a oat
for tho oflioo of Supervisor ol' M
county, subject to tho rules of tho 1
oratio primary. 10. D. GUA
July 20, 1900.
I hereby announce mysolf a cu
for tho oflioe of County Supsn.
Marlboro-subject to thc rulos <?o
tho Democratic primary.
July 2, 1906 F. MANNIN
1 hereby nnnounco my candit
reelection as Supervisor of Marino
ty-subject lo thc Dcmooratic pri
Juno 30, 1906. M. R. Cov
I hereby aunounoo mysolf a ci
for thc offico of Supervisor of IV
county-subject to tho rules KC
thc D?mocratie primary. I air
Confederate soldier, and as this 0
gift ol' the people, I respectfully
they hoUOr mo this timo, and see
uot give them thc service neoded.
July 3, 1906. A. J. (
For County Treasurer.
I hereby announce myself a 0:
for tho ofliec of Treasurer of ?
oouuty, subject to thc rules govcr
Juuc 20, 1900. N. JJ. Rd
roi Superintendent 01 lutucatl
I hereby announce myself a car
or the office of Superintendent o
:ation ol Marlboro county-sub
he rules ol'thc Democratic prim:
AUTHUR L, EASREKL
May 23, I906,
I he oby announce mysolf a ca
br ro-elcoticn as Superintendent c
tatton ol' Marlboro county, subj col
W. L. STAN'I
June 5. P.lOO.
Por County Auditor.
I hereby announce myself a CAI
br rc election to thc ellice 'ol' Am
I arl boro County-supject to thc t
ho Democratic Primary.
J une 2, 1900. C. [. SltEui
1 hereby announce myself a cai
>r tilu office of County Auditor foi
oro county -subject to the rules j
)K tho Domocratio primary.
J. P. OAMrn
June 2SII?, 1906.
'lie Merits pf Our Eye (il
- AFFORD YOU -
lo Seas best who Socs tilt
DON'T PUT rr OFF
OHIO ul Once and Have I
Your Eyes for you.
?v SAM J. PJSARSC
I'.Ottdlng Jeweler and Op
"HE DAILY REC(
OF COLUMBIA, S, C
?r Ton Wooks ; Which Cove
In The Record will bc fount
?roriH of thc campaign meeting
J. WILSON GIBB1
veteran at such work. His
nolie?) to ibo reports is a gu?
their fairness ami accuracy.
Kor nine yeat'S Thc Record I
Dated thc disponsary. ?dito
lally sets forth the reasons w
poustiry should bo retained,
and of tho dispensary who wi
Qp posted with arguments t
: opposition should read Tho 1
rho Record ten wooka for 50
loiuteiy in advance.
COLUMBIA, S. 0.
f?gr $0 buys u "round 1
Wrigbtsville und foturi
l>y ibo Seaboard Air ?A
IVO N' T
Tinta i- will? yoU? watch and
?r^tftlij dont lot It bo tiukcrod
ll it stops il ot try to force
? to hi, I> prolmMy needs clean
ing. \Vo only <^> strictly High
F'iii VVntoh Repairing, yot
bur charges ure as >,oasonablo aa
!:<" i1 WK h civo ho d?uo for any
S VM i PEARSON
Leading Ji u M.I.;,: AND OPTICIAN.
Vor bloating, botching, nour Htomnob, bad
< rual<u>&b? Mallen of food, nod nil
ip iii i ? lon, lUug'a Dyapopato
uro i ' " H' un ' oft'ioiont oorrco
Bold >>) .'.bu Hi ire Drmr Oo.
'('.vd' "Kin</JinnH lalbiblo Hams,
Bri rik fast Ha el Hums, Beef
'J'en , i . ? o and frosh at
.rano iS uts afc
W. M. Howe's.
-ho wealth of J. PIKRPONT
?IOKi AN or of JOHN I). ROCKE
?. (OR, hut several large fortunes
en spout in bringing to point
. i p i foction and developing the
nh? ?kuown ns "BROMON.TA."
ueeont company, after a long I
I .' ?ioua litigation, have acquired
t and titlo to tho trade mark
1 ? ' I IONIA,'' assets, good will &o.
comparatively short time B?O
vill he known everywhere, evon
iemotcst parts of the civili/.od
' w rid.
?roof of the pudding ia in thc
Thc mere 'statement that
)iiia" is euch tremendous effi
d so beneficial that il should
ie homo of citizens in thc oivi
not enough nowadays to con
'he sceptical public, deluded as
been in the past by tho myriads
ers and heartless charlatans,
lave taken tho public's money in
I go for dangerous, insidious
bit forming druga. The invalid
e enlightened days want some
v ce of sincerity on the part of
nor of a proprietary remedy bo*
proposo to see that every ci viii- 1
man adult who desires to try "
? . inedy at our expense can do so .
it ono cont of cost. We are cap- .
d at Four Million of dollars,
.mount being thought necessary
er to carry out cur plans.
id thc following carefully: ,
you have consumption or some
contagious forms of blood pois
we cannot cure you. Wo don't
ul to euro you. Y?u need the
dual treatment of s kill ed ape
; hut if you aro run down in
al health, if you have dyspepsia 1
bject to fainting spel s. a victim
somma, biliousness, kidney or
trouble, catch cold easily, if
lyeteni ?8 in that condition thal
tay become an easy prey to tho
fl corma nf nnpnmnnia lomMr?v?o
ie varian nideii i il .? .
cured by the uso of BROMO
OMONiA'* is to the human sys
hat the scrubbing brush and
?e to the dirty wash bowl. It
ature to resume normal action,
casis the strength, the fighting
of the phagocytes of the blood;
notes I lie healthy flow of the
y and gastric secretions. li
toniach is in good condition you
well. The ('hi?ese are a wise
?, Tliey accost eneh other with
if your stomach '!"
don't ask you to invest a cent
MU have tried "Brornouia" nt
pense. A single hollie often
v\orks wonders. Out ont tho
ii at the bottom of this.
te name and address plainly,
larofnl to address
lt RH HltOMONIA COUPOK,
icroby declare that I hive
before hail a free bottle of
ionia." Kindly solid nie one
il any cost lo nie whatever.
ad il ress
isl is )
26 and 50 els.
)0U(?LA8, Exclusive Wholesale
ul fm- Benncttsvilie and vicinity
* Dealers not residing in
linville who desiri' an agency
ease iipiil)' lu the M Ult KAY
ii, 100?. 3.
?k ISggs from puro broil Bin
* gio Comb Brown Leg
;, Bull' P. Rocks or ?arrod
ks oun bo hud ut tho I Joni
rc Wood and Ice,
ike pleasure in informing the
hilo that wo are now prepared
s humber, HU orders for good,
ive wood, supply Iee in any
y, ?I tho Bonnr.tt8villo planing
eur the Coast Lino yard.
io Kit? and your orders will he
ly delivered to you,
J. J. MUNNERLYN,
' Five ours of Timothy
? b?i sold righi.
uiettsvillo fvCopcantllo 0o<
That there i* a
Next Door to Excelsior Hardware
BENNETTSVILLE, H. C, July 2, 190?.
300 BARRELS OF THE FINEST FLOUR.
WHILE IT LA.?TS WE WILL SELL The* Finest
Patent at $5.00, and the Second Patent
at $4.50 L'EU BARREL.
DXTxoo Lot of Hannis
Home Made and Kinghan's Reliable.
HAMILTON & BROWN SHOES,
THE "AMERICAN LADY" THE FINEST.
Xfta?T Cult and (jct our pri?es before buyiny.
??'?<>y Prompt Attention given to Ph ono Orders. King up 48.
BENNETTSVILLE MERCANTILE CO.
JUNE 28, 1900.
H. B. FULLER. Successor to FULLER BROS., is
now in the West BUYING STOCK lor his STABLES IN
BENNETTSVILLE, and tho now invoice of Horses and
Mules will arrive in Bcnnettsvillo APRIL 24th.
A FTER Til rs DATE I will keep my STABLES
well filled with a select lot of Nice'Horses
and Milles During tho entire summer.
Give me a call before buying elsewhere,
I WILL HULL ON SHORT PROFITS- QUICK SALES.
Large supply of Buggies, Wagons
ON HAND AT ALL TIMES.
1 ? "I .If J Ti 1 i.v nin TT T T."Y"
.vf . '. . UL BP FULL GS?,, I
ffllIBBR W. IL MOOSE' STABLES
When, in Want ot
Teams foi* the Railroad,
- or a -
Trip to the Country.
Always Ready to serve Cills for Teams.
p Asher dwft's
Makes poor horses and mules fat without bloating. It
does this by first thoroughly cleansing the system of
till impurities, allowing perfect assimilation of food,
thereby creating solid muscle and fat.
Horses and mules improve in appetite and spirits
after thc first few doses, the hair sheds, and thc new
coat is always sleek and glossy.
Ashcraft's Condition Powders arc packed in doses,
without ''filler," and good for horses and mules only.
It is a most powerful tonic and appetizer, being the
>rmulo <>f a practical veterinarian of over a quarter of a century's
eperience. It is easily thc foremast remedy in its class on tho
merienn market to-day. Price 25 cents package.
SMITH NEWTON, Bennettsville, S. C.
MoCOLL DRUCI CO., McCoIl S. 0."
Our ISIG-XW X-axm.?
TUM DIRECT WAY
BENNETTSVILLE & CHER AW A R.
S M$ m/i M O A M IP
AIR LI?1S RAILWAY.
Leavo Bonnottsville *7.05 a. m., 7.00 p. m.
Arrive Ohoraw 8.10 p. m.
DAILY BXORPT SUNDAY.
* Direct uonneotions nt OheraW with through traine to
\ tho North, East, South and West.
Thc short lino and quiokoat time io Wilmington, Charlotte, Atlanta,
Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Now York,
Hoston. ?uffrtl?, Pittsburg mri all points North ?md East.
Tho short lino und ((nickest time to Columbia, Savannah, .Jacksonville,
Tampa, Montgomery, Now Orloans and ali points South and Wost.
Foi further information oall on J. T. MEDLIN, agent Bonnottsville &
Cheraw R- lt.. BonnottHville.S. C., or address W. b. BURROUGHS
T. 1? A., SKA HOARD AIR LINK RY., Columbia, 8. (J.
CilAltbKS P. S T10W A KT, A. Q, P. A., H. A b, Ry, Savannah, Oa
NEW TIN SHOP
I have opeiMii up an up to 'Jate'Jfjn
Shop M> the rc;?- i i' fy. L. ?Wr?o??'?
Jewelry Htore, where ? H.?? now pre
pured lo 1)0 ALL KINDS TIN HOOPING
GUTTERING aod BLABING o? chert
notice. Protect your houses by using
Gutters, etc. All new work guaran
teed. You will Hud my work'doue iu
tho beet style. Give me a Trial.
Old Cook Stoves Repaired.
Youno TO SKUVK
G. JJ, DIXON.
.".April 5, 1900.
PROFESSION AI., NU KSK.
Lumberton, N. C.
Among numorouB casos, principally ot
Typhoid Povor, bo has no vor lost ono nor
evon bad a relupao to ocour.
Match 30, 1906.
E. C. MORRISON,
- ?KAf.BR IN -
Eleotrioal and Plumbing Supplies.
Electric Lamps a Speoialty.
Manager City Electric riant.
Phone 114. Pennottsville, S. 0.
JJ?y Hoport oil troub'o with the Unos or
ntroeb lights to tho nbovo.
.top? tH* ootttf 1> ?nd Sue lwn&a
Partios in want of first class
Lumber can get it from
A. J. JONES,
Oct 18. Blenheim, lt. F. I). 1.
BENI? ETTS VILLE
Orders for MONUMENTS or
TOIVXBSTONK. promptly tillod
Call on mo, at my plano ol business noar
tho Atlantic Coast Lino and tho Soat
board Air Lino Passenger Depots, or
write me. Dosigns and Prices furnish*
od on application.
Phone No. 95.
J. W. MoELYVlSE.
January 25, 1006.
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Copy K? ??ir
Fine Watch KepaU'lng
- IS ONE OP OUR SPECIALTIES. -
Wenk Hy CH Slade Strong,
Ry Haying UH to Pit your Eyes np with a
with a pair of Puro Orystalino Lonsos.
Wo guarantee to suit ytu or rofuntl your
mot oy-Hint's our plan.
Prices uro thc Lowest oohaiatent with
BAM J. PEARSON,
JEWELER AND OP.KHAN.
Pormauoutly locatod at
BENNETTSVILLE, S. C.
Iain now botior prepared than ovor to
please even the most fastidcous In
TONSORIAL WOHK. I guorantoo eatia
fnction in ShavoB, Hnir-outs, Shampoos
nnd MuuHngCB. I liavo n now Elootrlo
Battery for maRHnges, and onu treat the
faces of Qonttomon nnd Ladies in the
mom np to-dnto manner.
I solicit your patronage
J. A. GRACE.
Warla . street licnnuttsvillo, B. O.
Tker< uro infix. McCii 11 I'ltt tem. ?old In itt? Vf SM
States than of ?ny other mike e f patterns. This I* e*
letount af their stylo, accuracy and simplicity.
McCall';. r.inK?*ltie(Tho Quern of Hashlen)b?t
?.re subscriber? than ?ny other I..idles' M?(?iine. un?
rear'? lubii rl|>tl?uO> numbers) cn>t? 00 coot*^ MIS!!
Sumter, ft Odiitrf. Kvei y subscriber gat? t McCall ri*
tar* Vre., Subscriba tod*/.
. ?,i?dy A ??Mt. Wanted. UanJ?<>me P'WiM**/'
Aural cash commission. Pattern Cateloeuef. cf .*.??.
.l-n.\ ,nd p,"ni..in r.talotua (?hawlnfioo -renilurea)
timi itt; Addi??? rna McCAi.i. CO.,?*W Y.tk.
JHB NEW YORK WOULD
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'ho Most Widely Hoad Newspaper
Time has demonstrated that the Thrice
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?tiler papers have imitated its form hut
o t its success. This is because it tells
impartially, whether that news be po.
tical or otherwise, lt is in tact almost
daily at thc price of a weekly.
In addition to news, it publishes first?
lass serial stories and other feature*
lilted to the home and fireside.
Thc Thrice a Week World's regular
inscription price is only $1.00 ncr year
nd this pays lor 156 papers. We oller
da Unequalled newspaper and thc Dem?
erat together one year (or $1.67.
lie Newton Tills
Those groat blood and liver
egulators aro known over
larlboro. For tho convenience
f his customers he has left a
ow boxes at this oftice whore
hoy nan gel them.