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?. a. lillOWN - - - Editor
Friday August 24, 1906.
gil?iUJJJ1 ?BgMffP??'.' " . ' 1 J. M
Attention Camp Hencgan ho.766,U.C.Y.
There will bo a meeting of Cutup
Henegan No 766 uuited confede
rate votorans in tho Court House
on Monday tho 3d of September
11)06, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the
purpose of unvoting a county board
By order of J. B. Greon.
<J D. Eas tori i ug Commander.
August 'l8th 1906.
We cant do without Tillman in
The Newsit Courier and State
noth working for High incense in
.opposition to tho Dispongary will
;get it in tho uock noxt Tuesdaj'.
Those who would show their
grnditudo for pant services ot" a
faithful oilicial will voto for Leroy
Youmans for Attornoy Qonoral
-^drflikarolina's first bale ol
Witton was sold by Preston Rat?
liff at Morvan on tho 16th for 13
THE COUNTY CAMPAIGN.
'Tho county campaign closes to
Viay at Bonnottsvillo. Tho candi
.dates all express themselves as
iboing pleasoil with the canvass.
."Next Tuesday tho voters will ox
fnress themselves and then wo can
.tell who made thc most friends in
ttho primary of 1906, end who will
ho honored with tho offices.
Doos It Pay To Pull Fodder?
Agood many up-to-date farmers
n w a days doubt whether pulling
1er pays. Labor hoing high
scarce, this forago costs to
" >. and house much moro
?rmerly and it is certain that
ta King oil' the fodder somewhat
.decreases the- yield of tho grain
iSomo experiments have seemed
to provo that tho loss in corn,
whore fodder is pulled, is more
than enough to counter balance
tho value ol" the fodder. What
.say tho (armors of Adamsvale,
lied Bluff, Hobron and Ked Hill
to thia proposition?
A few yoars ago, tho Shredders
wore introduced to moot this trou
Vblo, but wo hoar very little about
rested at Hartsvillo last Friday on
is charge ot Bigamy. Tho warrant,
?li?ges that Mathews married a
young lady in North Carolina
April 1905, and on August 8, 1906
ho was married to Mis? McLeniorc
sit McColl. Ho is now iu Marlboro
|ail and wiil bo triod nt the Octo
ber torin of Court.
We oller ()nc Hundred Dollars tte?
?ward for any case ol Catarrh that can?
.not bc cured by Hall's Catarrh (hire.
F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, o.
We, the undersigned, have known F
.7 Cheney lor tbe last ift years, and be
lieve him pertectly honorable in all busi
ness transactions and financially able to
.carry out any obligations made by his
tfi rm. WAI.IMN KINN AN & MARVIN,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
ac pug directly upon thc blood and mu
cous surfaces ol the system. Testimon
i?is sent Irec. Price 7.'>c, per bottle. Hold
t?V all druggists,
Take Kail's Family Pills lor Constipa
The disgust of a layman with
legal phraseology wan shown in tin;
will ol' Klphomo Youngs hero yes
terday, says thc Now York ^Times.
Mr. Youngs was ti dignified well"
to-do gentleman, best known for
thirty years ns a deacon in one ol'
thc largest Congregational chu robes
in Washington. Ho wrote his will
himself, evidently starting out to
?copy from some book form, which
?et ibo example in this vise:
?"Being By the (?nice of God in
SOtliid mind anti body, and mindful
of tho uncertainty of human life,"
Then suddenly on thc written
page (here appears a W'.ld dash of
ink and thc followings
"Hats! This is loo formal. Ail
there is to il is this--al my dcatli
I want my over faithful and devo
ted wife, Amelia Loretta L. Youngs
to have, and control everything 1
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LUCKIEST MAN IN ARKANSAS.
'''Till (ho luckiest mm in Arkansas,''
write-* 15. // Stanley of I b ono, ''nineo tho
resterai ?6>s of Illy wife's health after five
yo irs ol* eont?inrous coughing and blood
ing from Ibo luutfv ami I owe my g.)od
ifbitinw. tO the Wodli'? Ifroa'tOSl me heine,
?Dr. King's Now Discovery tot oonsnuijp
*ion, which J know (Vom oxperieooe will
curo uonsu?lptiod if taken in time. f?/y
wife improved willi fi rsl bottle and lwoll'0
bottles com ploted ike euro-" Cures (ha
worst oeughsund collin or sm noy rofeuded
.?nt J. T, D Hildas' drug store. S0o and $1
IIMal bottle free,.
/A Now Furniture Storo,
?Special attontiou j? asked to the
?nflvortisotu?ntnf tho new Furni
ture $ (Ore recant ly oponed by Mr.
.A. Sussiuan. Stock up-to-date
?and pnces righi. Next door to
To tho Presidents of the Democratic
Clubs of Marlboro County:
The following candidates having
hied their pledges aad paid their
BBsessinonts (ixed hy the Democratic
Executive Committeo, will be voted
for tho ofiicos nnmod, under tho rules
governing Primary Elections. Tho
drat primary to ho held Tuesday
August 28th, and tho second if ne?
cos8ary, on Tuesday September 11th:
For State Senator.
ll. M. Pogues.
J. F. McLaurin,
P. A. Hodges,
T. I Rogore,
House oj' Representatives.
D. D. MoColI, Jr ,
J ?. Campholl,
J. ,1. Lune,
J. E. Willie.
.J. li. Sampson,
J. P Gibson,
O P. Townsend,
TT. K. Covington,
E. L. Swelt,
Judge of Probate.
M. E. Coward,
E. D. Graham,
F. Manning, Jr.
A. J. Quick.
J) AV. Pato,
Superintendent of Education.
W. Li Stanton.
Arthur L. Eastcrling,
N. H. Rogers,
J. H. Thomas.
Chas T Sherrill.
J. P. Campbell,
J. N DRAKE,
Aug. 13, 1900. County Chairman.
TUL COUNTY PRIMARY,
The county campaign schodulos have
hoon arranged us follows, und oaoh moot
ing to begin at !'? o'clock :
Blenheim, Tuesday Aug, 14,
Brifttow's Storo Wednesday 15.
Olio, Thursday i<?,
Tatum, Friday 17.
MoOoll, Tuesday Aug 21.
Boykin, Wodnosday 22,
Orant'H Mill Thursday 2 5.
BonnottRvillo, Friday 24.
MANACKUR OK Bl.BCTION :
Atlamsville- W, A. Moore, T. A
Huokabco, P. H Newton.
Bonnettsvillo-A. L Miller, (J. W.
(loarsey, .Ino. A. Drake,
Brightsvillo--lt. J. Patterson Jr, 10 W
Liles, A. II. Odom, Jr.
Brownsville.IO J. liruce, J. It. O'
Natlo, Light Townsend.
Clio -Levi I voy, M. J. Covington, A.
Hebron-H. P. McQuaig, John llnmci
J. F. McKinnou.
Kol look-Ja tn OH Quick, James ?Mo
Ai linn , Chas 1 rby.
M?Coll-H. 10. Willis, ll F McLaurin
r\f ; 11 V?llnirn o I???s M ... '% C1 " ? ?
I'auen tl amer.
Tho managers aro oleotod to liotd tho
first and second elcotion, if tho second bo
ncoeasary. Th? mana^orn uro rcquoetod to
oond ono of thoir members for tho boxes
on Monday boforo tho e'.ootion.
Tho managers will be paid Fivo Dollars
for coming aftor tho boxos, holding the
election und returning tho boxes..
No extra expenses will bo allowed.
-J N. DRAKE,
A. C. Groen, .Secretary
Olia?. W. Mooro, a maohinint of Ford
City, Pa',bad his hand frightfully burned
in DU uloatrical furuuoo. Ha appliod
IbioUon's Arnica Sdvc with thc usual
result : "a quick and porfoct cure." Tho
irroatest healer on oarth for burna, sores,
wounds, cc/.oma and pilon. 25c ut J. T.
Douglas' drug .-tore.
Tho "Counting ot* tho Votes" is
Ol' couran Mr. Bryan will bo
?to?ted if ho ?H nominated. The
Democrats arc nevor whippod
?until after tho voten aru counted.
Type Writing Done to Order.
Pupors and M tuuseripts copied.
'I'oachord' Testimonials a specialty.
Charges reasonable. Orders solicited
MAT rm OOWNUTON,
August 1900. M0C01.1,, S.O.
Insure Your bins and Cotton
/*^AbL ON or write the undersigned
and have your Otan ont) baled cotton
1 nimrod for any length of linc! desired at
cheaper ralos than yon can got from any
other ?omnany. No ward) ?uso require*
manta. Wo assessments, nor red lapo
Conditions, Slraitfhb sfrotlff safe Ii).
suranco. T. W R0H17OOS,
Aug. 22; Ruby, M. C.
o V --.?
Opening of Hooks of Subscription.
NOTICE is horeby given that pursuant tr
ft oommiaslon issued by tho Soorotarj
of Statt! lo tim ur.dorwigncd corporators,
I'M1" of Kubuoriptiou to tho capital stock
of tho ENTERPRISE HARDWARE COM.
I'ANV, will bo oponed at tho storo of W,
M H')wo, in Bonnottsviila, M. 0 , ou tho
25th day uf August, i9o(>, at 11 o'olouw..
Iv. M. KO IVE,
J. .1 ADAMS,
S. K BREEDEN,
\V. ii. OROSLAND,
Aiigust 21, 1906 Bd of Corporators
Von will linc n.|) varilles of
Turnip Seed ai tyo?H^?yjt?villO
- ? ??. ?
rn?: YfcUOW PBVTJR UBRM
has recently boon disonverod. It boars 11
?clu.se ro-tomblnnoo to the malaria gern).
I Tc free thc sytom from disease, germs the
I moat (?fi oct i va rohiody is Or- Kind's Now
Life Pill-. Ouarantood to cure dneascH
i duo to malaria poison and constipation,
I-25? at J. T. Douglas' drug st?re,.
V For The Senate.
I am a candidate for tho Stato Senate
in tho approaching primary Klcotion. I
will abido hy tho rosult ot' said Kloctiou,
bo govorucd hy tho rulos and regulations
o? (ito Roinooradd party, and support tito
July 10, 0(1. T. 1. Roamin.
Tho many friends ol'Col. R. M. PORUOS
ol' Smithville aunourjoo him a candidato
for tho Senate-suhjeot to tho rulos of tho
Dcmooratio prim M y.
Juno i!7, 1000,
f horoby announce my oandidnoy for
?lio S?palo from Marlboro county-subjoot
to notion of Democratic primary.
Jnly 5, I OOO 1?. A. IJODUES.
House of Representatives.
i horoby announco ui.V6oll a candidato
for tho House of Ronrcsontaiives from
Marlboro County, subj ?ot t> ibo rulos of
the Dcmooratio primary.
Aug. ?>, 1906. J. C. Campboll.
Tho many friends ol' lion C. P. Town
sond horoby nominate him as aoandidalc .
lor tho House of Representativos from
Marlboro county, subject to thc rulos of
tho Democratic primary.
I am a candidato tor tho House of
Representatives-subjoot to tho action of
tiio D?mocratie Primary.
D. 1). MoCoi.i,, Jr.
July 23? 190H
With oonfidoncc in that our friend, J.
lt SAMPSON, is an unquestionable bollov
or in all just causns and laws of our Stato
and county, wc hereby announco bim as
a candidate for tho Ilouso of Representa-.
I i vos-subjoot to tho action of thc Demo
.July 12, 1000- IDs Fm KN ns.
A A ?AAAAAAAAM AA AA UA?AU?.?Ai
FOR COUNTY SUPERVISOR.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for tire ollico of Supervisor of Marlboro
county, suhjeot to thc rules of tho Domo
oratio primary. K. D, GttillAM.
.Inly L'C, 1900.
I horoby announce m y sol f a candidato
for tho ollioc of County Supervisor of
Marlboro-suhjeot to llio rulos governing
the Democratic primary.
July 2, 1906 F. MANNING, Jr.
1 hereby announco my candidacy for
rooloction as Supervisor of Marlboro enmi
ty-subjoot to tho Democratic primary.
Juno 30, 1906. M. K. CowAui),
I horoby announce myself a candidate
for the ollico of Supervisor of Marlboro
county--subject to tho rulos governing
the Democratic primary. 1 am an old
Confederate soldier, and as thisofliec is a
gift of tho people, I respectfully ask that
they honor mo (bis time, and see if I can
not R?VC them thc service needed.
July 3, 1906. A. J.*QUICK,
For County Treasurer.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for tho ollico ol' Treasurer of Mailboro
county, object to the rulos governing the
Juno'JU, I'.iOo. N. Ii. ROOERH.
Thanking thc people of Marlboro for
thc liberal support given mo in the past,
i hereby anno.1 .......pic., ??ni;.'cf- <.,..
f'.'T M' ? .1 Minutent o! Hvl .-..x.'
1 I .'. ?lu itcu'i (thee i?yioh' u va' aili
.v.. HIL inn?e ot Superintendent ot l'.du
cation ot Marlboro county-subject to
the rules ol the Democratic primary,
ARTH UK L. EASRERMNG.
May 23, 1906.
1 ho oby announco myself a candidate
for re-election as Superintendent of Edu
cation of Marlboro oounty, suhjeot to thc
W. Jj. STANTON.
Juno 5, 1906.
i'or County Auditor,
I hereby announce tnysolf a oandidato
for ro olootion to tlie offico of Auditor of
Marlboro County-supjooc to the rules of
the Democratic Primary.
Juno 2, 19'Wi. C. I? SiiKitaKi.t..
J hereby announco tnysolf a candidate
for the ellice of County Auditor for Marl
boro oounty-subjoot to the rules govern
ing tho Dcmooratio primary.
J. I*. CAM IT. KI t..
?hmo 2S1 li, 1906.
Two Doo yotiug "Jforuy Gown,"
with youug ml veg. P/ithor ooo
will supply a Huuill fancily with an
abuudanoo of milk and huttor.
Apply at thia ofljoo.
Como and See.
Ono Milk Cow-$30 will gel hor.
Cane Mill and Evaporator at a bargain
July 2$. R. C. COX 10,
WARNIE Cf NOTICE.
? horohy warn any and all poraotis from
hiring or harboring my daughter Huflannah
Willimi'H, a minor, who baa loft her homo
without causa o. uonsont I will projoouto
all porsona violating th ii notion.
Aug. 13,06, WESTON Wu.MAUI.
"RETHEN iii RoiiM-, <XQ as Roman
T Buying JKW KI.KY, Do as ot
OK Us. WHY? There's a Keasc
can pick out tho Style and Kii
any delay. ELGIN and WA TI CAM
various other makes to snit you i
We can supply you With <>olc
Cases. WatchesI, $3, ?i\ and
see them. All guaranteed to be i
be without the time of day- kee
We are t
of ht :iut.il
ted Cor "\
??Lt^ ^^mmJ Patterns.
ProttioBt Patterns. i?\ tho bftt?t? M?
YOU ARE WELO?M ? to Corne an
Our Prices ure thc jjowef?l consistent
You will surely Find somethinf
Among tho moat popu) . . .To
Bracelets, Fob Chams, and a well <ma<
of Ladies Hair Com! 1 . els, Etc,
tis in ail varieties a?tl coi .... 'Jenn
Jewelry that you pi|rcha io of U<J free 0
You should also s tsit OUT Ol
TIMI PARLOR ami have ?O?it B?
Thoroughly Examined "i >n may ne?
Glaesos. Ifsowehav them, and v,ou!
Thanking you for p \ nd so
shall always claim our cure Lot
Tl.' IjCi?lih. ;
August 16, 1906
Soaboa d Iutorchan o
Bettor Than tl
The Seaboard A" bim nU>r
ohangeable mileage v
on sale, will after Jul) l?th o
bo good over tho Oo ?.
gin, Georgia Southe: ami > '! ??
ida,Norfolk and Sou Uin
tic and North Oar<
g in ia and Carolina ( ,
live new additions, . -
tal ol' twenty-eight tn 1
veprcsontnting no.. J
You clo not have t<. doh j
purohase, but Seabpi td i . luuc
For further information
W. h. BUltUOU
A II IO Alii NO <;t
Tlio Kev. J C Warrcr of
ron Baptist churcli, Boin ( ! m
rOlootrie Hitter*, "It's al
kind. 11 cured nie of I
joints and completo phj
wa* so wonk it took mo
walk a milo. Two hettie
tors have made me so str
walkod 3 miles in 60 min
walking three more,
mau ol' mo " Groatost r .
ness and all Stomaoh. h
complaints, Sold undo > .u .?? nt J.
T. Douglas's Drug Store,
Humane Sooiety N(
Of tho ninny thin
our town and count)
is a Society foi' the .
cruelty to dumb unit
good could be done - f
tho poor dumb brute
ing ill treated on
There is law again.'; >
one to inform.
(Jhristianity and it;
< 'heistianily i> i ho ;
most civilized ?md tin
si vo nations o?' i ho v
lbrms of civilization ;
rested or have come ti
ledge, art, power, ii
gross in ancicnl ICg)
I titled away.
Ho it was with the i
Greeco and of Homo, <
that of China luis boo)
ted and bas remained
moid until to-day, tba'
tor it long period o
growth on tor ed upon
dilapidation ?md doti
modanism no longer
progross. li's carly 1
out ol' it; Buddhism lt: '
from iurthor adv?npin|
in a position ol' apnth)
ti;ni civilization is stil
and is making its jin
II Hence felt in nearly i
of tho world. Whet
anything io nrovept i
fate ol' thc others, vo
Hut ?tl prcKcnl, wc
say that tho Christian
OUCH which aro in a pi
stunt progress, and o
civilizing inlluonoo 0
his teaobings. - -Mays
Mr. W. D. Mooro )
good horses recent)
driving this hot weat!
poses to stop it hy 1;
s do- When in Bonnettsville
hera do. They invariably BUY
m. Our Stock is large and you
id of Wa toll you want without
are our Leaders, but we carry
n price, style and quality,
I, Silver, Gold Filled or Nickel
on up to ?BlfiO. Gome in and
accurate timekeepers, Don't
ip a Watch in your pocket.
mowing an elaborate collection
'ul and exclusive wares most lit
Vadding Gifts "
JE SILVER In a largo'variety I
GUT GLASS in the newest and
voltios In Jewelry for tho Summer?
id inspect our Stock a*, any time,
with tho Bout Quality of Goods,
?in our Stock to Please you.
wolry you will fiud Shirt-Waist Sotts,
irtod lino of plain and fancy patterns
Signot Kings uro ear ried in stock by
amber that wo engrave any article of
ld he pleased to tft your.Eyes for you.
Our Repair Department
Ia tl i ti best in tho Pee Dee sec
tion, if you have any article
of Jewelry llial you want made
over into new Jewelry bring it
to us. If youl' watch docs not
run and keep time you should
let us repair it al once. All of
goods ami work art4 guaranteed
to be salislaclory rn- money re
Hotting a continuant'o of same, which
i, 1 am yours,
I J. PEARSON,
I'r /i r, Ojiticiun iiii'l ICmji'UVet\
li.KN NETT S VJ/JLN, 8. G.
Tho Merits ol' Our ?yc (Jlasses
- AFFORD YOU -
He Seas best who Sees the con
DON'T PUT IT OFF
Gome at Once and Have Us Fit
Your Eyes for you.
Bv . SAM J. PEARSON
heading Jowoler mid Optiolau
THE DAILY RECORD
OF COLUMBIA, S, C
For Ten Weeks ; Which Covers the
In The Record will be found daily
reports of the campaign meetings by
J. WILSON GIBBES
a veteran at such work. His name
attached to the reports is n guarantor
of their fairness and accuracy.
For niuo years Tho Keoord has ad
vocated tho dispensary. Editorially,
it daily eels forth tho ronsons why th(
dispensary should bo retained. Ever)
friend of tin; dispensary who wishes tc
keep posted with arguments to meei
the opposition should rend Tho Record
The Record ton wooka for 50 cents,
absolutely in advance
Ct ?LUM BIA, S, 0.
SAY, LOOK 11ERE !
Did yon know tho Bennetts
ville Mercantile Go., was Sellins
Host Paten! Flour a! #5.00, and
Second Paten! at * I f>0 i Well,
they arc and now is your time
lt) get some while its down.
Prepared for tho Work.
j Mr. S. .). Pearson, Ihc Jewolor, liai
now one of thc latest improvement!
for engraving ymir name or initial)
on any article ol' gold or silver ot
plate in thc rnosl hp?lo date inannor
The .samples of work already done 1>)
him ure just tine Pall and ?00 Ililli.
Flowers I Flowers J
Mrs. JnoS. Moore luis a fin?
lot of Geraniums, Begoniai
Ferns, P?*.lms and other plants
well rooted, that she desires u
Sell Gut tings 2i>o per dozen.
> from pure bred Sin
_ gie Go mb ll row n Leg
lionrsT lin IT P. Rooks or liar rod
P Rooks can bo had at the Dem
Stove Wood and Ice.
WE take plea .ni e, in informing lilt
publie that we ure now prepared
to Dress bamber, lill orders for good
tl ry Stove wood, supply Iee in any
quantity, at the Bonnettsville planing
mill, nour tho Ooast I/uio yard,
Phono Hill and your orders will
promptly tloliverod to you,
J, J. MlJN.VKRI.VN
April '2(5, 100(1.
|3?T Fivo ears Of Timothy
Hay To be sold right.
Bennettsvllle Mercantile Co.
That there i* a
Next Door to Excelsior Hardware
BENNCT?SVILLE, H. C , July 2, l'JOd.
300 BARRELS OF THE FINEST FLOUR.
WHILE IT LASTS WK WILL SELL The Finest
Patent at $5.00, and the Second Patent
at $4.50 PER BARREL.
HNTioo Lot of Hams
Home Made and Kinghan's Reliable.
HAMILTON & BROWN SHOES,
TH]<) '-AMERICAN LADY" THE FINEST.
Xfc?>" ( ''(ll nuil (jet nut' pVlffOS hcfoYd hwifilUJ,
N'M" I Vom pt Attention given to Phone Orders. Ring up 18.
BENNETT8Y ?LTJE M EllOANTILE CO.
JUNE 28, 10?6.
H. B. FULLER, Successor to TOLLER BROS., is
now in tho West BUYING STOCK lor Iiis STABLES IN
BENNETTS VILLE, and ibo now invoice of Horses and
Mules will arrive in Boiincttsvillc APRIL 24th.
JS bTER THIS DATE I will keep my STABLES
well filled with a select lot of Wice Horses
and Mules During thc entire summer.
Give me a call before baying elsewhere.
I WILL SELL ON SHORT PROFITS-QUICK SALES.
Large supply of Buggies, Wagons
ON HAND AT ALL TIMES.
.v nv:1 1? iona. M ci gr 11 n i err*
iiililliit w. JD. M0OJ??5 S'PliBS
When in Want- ol
Teams for the Railroad,
- or a
Trip lo the Country.
Always Ready to serve Calls for Teams.
SMITH NEWTON, Bennettsville, S. C.
MoCOLL DRUGI CO., MoColl S. C."
HAM %.i?nimi'? imam ir i\mu.T*Nr>*Mn*xm*.r.inn:n -?r *iiK.t?caFW.i - wi i >?!
O xx x* TWGSTV Line ||
-THE DIRECT WA Y
BENNETTSVILLE ? CHER AW R. R. g
AIR LIN IC RAILWAY.
?ji'uv? Bonnottsvillo *7.05 a. m., 7.00 p. m.
Arrive Choraw 8,10 p. tu.
DAILY BXOEPT SUNDAY.
* Direct connections ut Choraw with through trains to
tho North, East, South and Wost.
The short lino und nuiekent timo to Wilmington, Oharlotte, Atlanta,
Rnlcigh, Hiohnfond, Washington, Ballimore, L'hiladolphift, Now York,
Boston, Buffalo, Pittsburg and all points North und East.
The tdiort line und ^nickest limo to Oohnnhin. Havannah, Jaoksonvillo,
,nts South and Wost.
gOdt Bunnottsville &
. !.. BUUUOUGHS
T V A., vito A. A l*\M ii. Ooluvnhin, 3,*().
OIlAitliKS V, STEWART, A. O. P. A., S.A L, Ry, Savannah, OR
FOR Homo drinking ?RID ROCK*'
s'ouds out among till other drink?
aa an exceptionally nure high clues
artiole. It in HO valuable as an aid to
digestion, that many leading Sanita
riums order it in barrels at a timo, for
the use of their convalescente and pa*
tients, It is ?Ino a splended rem?diai
agent in kidney disorders and liver
troubles. I bottle various drink? end
"Red Rook Gingoi Ale" as the queen
of all drinks.
Benneltsville Bottling Works.
J C. HUBBARD, Frop'r,
Juno 12, 1900
NEW TIN SHOP
I have opened up an up to date Tin
Shop io tbe roar of W. Ii. Pearson's
Jewelry 8tore, -where I am not? pre*?
pared to DO ALL KINDS TIN ROOFING}
GUTTEHING mid SLATING on ?hort
notice. Protect your houses by using
Gutters, eto. All new work guaran-,
teed. You will find my work done in
the best style. Give me a Trial.
Old Cook Stoves Repaired.
YOURS TO SKRVR
C. L. DIXON,
April [\ 190G.
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