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THE MARLBORO DEMOCRAT
tf. 4. il KO Wff - - ?* JS<??or
Friday August 24, I90G.
One year.$ 1.00
Attention Camp Hencgan Ko.766,U.C.Y.
There will bo a meeting of Camp
Honogan No 766 united confede
rate votorans in tho Court House
on Monday tho Hil of September
1906, at 10 o'clook a. m., for the
purpose of olvcting a county board
By order of J. B. Greon.
G Di Eastorling Commander.
August 't8th 1906.
PEN AND SCISSORGWAPHS
We cant do without Tillman iu
The New? <fc Courier nud State
both working for High Licenso in
.opposition to tho D?sponsary will
;g?t it in the ueok next Tuesday.
Thone who would show thoir
rad i tude for pant sorvicos of a
faithful ofHcial will voto for Loroy
Youmans for Attornoy Gonoral
iXorth Carolina's Hist halo of
cotton was sold by Trenton Rat?
lill' at Morvun on tho 16th for 13
THE COUNTY CAMPAIGN
'Tho county campaign ol osos to
day at Bonnottflvillo. Tho candi
.dates all express themnelvoB as
dieing ploaaod with tho canvass.
.Next Tuesday tho voters will ex
press thomselve? and thou wo can
toll who mudo thc most friend? in
tf.ho primary of 1006, nod who will
ho honored with thc offices.
Does It Pay To Pull Fodder?
A good many up-to-date farmers
now a days doubt whethor pulling
le 1 lor pay?. Labor hoing high
scarce, this forago costs to
r and house much moro
innerly and it in certain t hat
^itig oil* the fodder Homcwhat
.decreases the yield of tho grain
Sumo experiments have seemed
ito provo that tho loss in corn,
where fodder is pulled, is more
than enough to counter balance
tho value of thc fodder. What
.say tho far mors of Adamsville,
Ked Bluff, Hebron and Red Hill
to this proposition?
A lbw years ago, the Shredders
were introduced to moot this trou
ble, hut we hear very little about
rested at Hurtsville last Friday on
?s cliargo ot Bigamy. Tho warrant
^diegos thal Mathews married a
young lady in North Carolina
April 1005, and on Augusts, 1006
lie was married to Miss McLemore
?t McColl. Ho is now in Marlboro
jail and wiil be tried at the Octo
ber tenn of Court.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that cari?
.not be cured by Hall's Catarrh (lure.
F. J. (JIIKNKY & Co., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known F
.7 Cheney tor the last io years, and be
lieve him perlectiy honorable in all busi
ness transactions and financially able to
?ai ry ont any obligations made by his
firm. WALO IN- ICINNAN & MARVIN,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cur?is taken internally
aciing directly upon the blood and mu
cous surlaces ol the system. Testimon
ials sent Irec. Price 7!>c, per bottle. Hold
hy all druggists.
Take Hall's F amily Pills for Constipa*
The disgust of a layman with
legal phraseology wan shown in thc
will of Klphon/o Youngs hore yes
terday, says the New York (Timos,
Mr. Youngs was a dignified well
to-do gentleman, best known for
thirty years as a deacon in one of
thc largest Congregational churches
3n Washington. Ile wrote his will
himself, evidently starting oui Lo
.copy from some book fenn, which
?ct (ho example in this vise:
?"Being by thc Grace of ( Jed in
sound mind and body, und mindful
.of tho uncertainty of human life,"
Then suddenly ot) Ibo written
page there appears a wUd dash of
ink ?ind flu: following:
"Rats! This is too formal. All I
there is lo il is flus-al my death !
1 want my ever faithful anti do vo
ted wife, Amelia Loretta iv. Youngs
to have and control everything I
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I.UCKIHSI MAN IN ARKANSAS.
'''Pill (lie hickies! in in in Arkansas,"
writes li. h Stanley ol' Hinno, "nineo the
restorili?is of my wife s health aller five
yens of eoHtAuvous emu*him; and bleed
lin)', from tho I wogi/ and I owe my g.iutl
ifortuno to tin; wodli s ^rontosl mo heine,
\>\. King'ri New Discovery for consump
tion, willoh I know from expuionoo will
euro uonsuttftptiOQ if token in t ime. f>? y
wife improved rfidi first bottle and twelve
bot (lei com plo tod ilia euro." Cures the
worst coughs lind eoldn ur ?, o ney refunded
.at J. T. DotlidaV drux store. $0d and $1
Trial bottle free.
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iA Now Furniture Storo.
.Special nttunttou is askod to thc
raflvot f i.sotnurit of tho now Kurni
turo&ioro recently opened by Mr.
A. SusHiuan. Stock up-to-date j
.and priccfl right. Noxt door te
Excelsior Hard ware,
NO TICK !
To the Presidents of the Democratic
Clubs of Marlboro County :
Tho following candidates having
tiled their pledges nod paid their
assessments Axed by the Democratic
Executive Commilteo, will ho voted
for thooflicos namoi!, under tho rules
governing Primary Eteotious. The
drat primary to ho held Tuesday
August 28tli, and tho second if ne
cessary, on Tuesday ?optomber 11th:
For State Senator.
ll. M. Pogues.
J. F. MciJ?Ufin,
P. A. Hodges,
T. I Rogers,
House of Representatives.
I). D. McOoll, dr ,
J C. Campbell)
J. J. hime,
J. E. Withs.
J. R. Sampson,
J. P Gibson,
C P. Townsend,
Tl. K. Covington,
E. L. Swelt,
Judge of Probate.
M. E. Onward,
E. D. 'Graham,
F. Maiming, Jr.
A. J. Quick.
D W. P.ito,
Superintendent of Education.
NV. L Stanton.
Arthur L. Easterling,
N. li. Rogers,
J. H. Thomas.
Chas I Shorrill.
.J. P. Campbell,
J. N DRAKE,
Aug. 13, RiOii. County Chairman.
TITI: OOUNTI PRIMARY,
'The county campaign Gchoduloa have
hoon arranged :is follows, and oaoh nieot
ing to begiu at IO o'clock :
Blenheim, Tnendny Aug, 14.
Briatow's Store Wodno?day 15,
Olio, Thursday 16,
Tatum, Friday 17.
MeOoli, Tuesday Aug 21,
Roykin, Wodnosdny 22,
Grant's Mill Thursday 23.
Ilonnettflvillo, Friday 24.
MANAORUS OK BI.KCTION :
Adamsvillo- NV, A. Moore, T. A
Huokabco, I'- li Newton.
Bennettsvillo-A. h. iMillor, G. NY,
(learscy, Jno. A. Drake,
Bright8Vtllo--lt. J. Patterson .lr, 13 NV
Liles A. II Odom, Jr.
Brownsville \') J. Bruce, J, ll. O'
Nailo, Light Townsend.
Olio-Levi Ivoy, M. J. Covington, A.
Hohron-D. P. MoQuaig, John II amor
J. F. MeKionou,
ICollook-Jarnos Quick, James Mo
Arthur, Chas Irby?
McOoll-H. K, Willis, li I' McLaurin
i\i,;n i';'!--- Olt<?? M H fl Ho :
Tho managers aro olectod to hold tho
ilrnt and KOQOU.1 olootion, if tho second ho
ncoowmry. Tho managen uro rcquostod to
Hond one of thoir mombors for tho boxes
OH Mond ny hoforo tho olootion.
Tho maoagora will bo paid Fivo Dollarn
for coming aftor tho boxoa, holding tho
olootion and returning tho boxoi.
No extra exponaos will bo allowod.
J. N. DRAKE,
A. C. Green,Secretary
Oha*. NV. Mooro, a niaohuiNt of Ford
City, Pa-,had his hand frightfully burnod
in an ulootrical furnaoo. Ho appliod
Bucklcu'a Arnie.u S ?Ive with the usual
result : "a quick and porfoct ouro." Tho
irroatest healer on oar th for burns, nores,
wounds, eczoma ami piloB. *Jf>e at J. T.
Douglas' drug store.
The ''Counting ol'the Votos" is
Ol' course Mr. Bryan will bo
elected if he in nominated. The
Domocrats ero never whipped
until aller tho votou aro counted.
Type Writing Done to Order.
Papers ami M muscripts copied.
Toachora' Testimonials n Specialty.
Charges reasonable. Orders solicited
MATTI s ('o\ IHOTON,
August 190c?. MoCor.n, 8. C.
Insure Your Hi us and Cotton
CALL ON or write the undersigned
and have ymir (?iii* ami haled cotton
Insured for any length of timi desired at
shoapor ratos than you can get from any
allier company. Mo warehouse require*
meets. iVo sssosunortts, nor red tapo
.onditioiH. St raith h strong ?afc Io?
uiraneo. T. W ROI? \JOQS,
Aug. 22. Ruby, H. C.
Opening of Hooks o? Subscription.
klOTIOF is hornby given that pursuant to
\j a oom minston inRuml by tho t?oorotnry
?f Stute to tho iindsrslgnod oorperators,
'..i >!'?. of Subscription to tho napitul Htoek
>f tho RMTBRPBISB HAUbWARH COM.
'AN.', will bo opouod at tho sloro of \V,
1 Ko wo, in Bonnottavlllo, H. 0 , on tho
Sill day of August, 190'?, at ii o'olook.
C. M. ROWE,
.). .) ADAMS,
8, Vi IIREKDBN,
W. H. CROSLAND,
irgijat 21, 1906 Rd of Oorporatora
You w ill ti nt? ;..!! varilles' of
LHtrnip Sood at. tyonij^.ij^yjllo
TUB YfcU.ONV FEVER GERM
?as recently hoon dUoovered, It boara a
lose rXHombianoo to tho malaria gorm.
V free tho sytoni from dHOAso gonns tho
lost ofi'oe.tivo remedy h Dr. King's Now
life Pill?. Guarantood to cure diseases
ut: to malaria poison ami Constipation.
rio al J. T. pOUglas1 drug Atore.,
For The Senate.
? am a! candidato for tho Stale Senate|
ia tho approaching Primary lOleotion. I
will abide by tho result ol' said Kloctiou,
bo govorucd, hy tho rulos and regulations
of the Democratic putty, uud support tho
July 10, Otb T. J. ROORRB.
Tho mauy frionds ol'Col. K. M. Poguos
ol' Smithville aunonooo him a oandtdnto
I for tho Seoate--.subject to tho rulos of the
1 Dcinoorntio priunuy.
June 27, I OOO,
I hereby announce my oandidaoy for
tho Sonnte from Marlboro county-suhjoot
to notion of Domooratio primary.
July ?. 1000 P. A. Il ono KS.
House of Representatives.
I hereby nnuouuco ui.vf.oll a enndidato
for tho llouso of Itunrcsontanves from
Marlboro County, subj-ot t> tho rulos of
tho Domooratio priuiary.
Aug. 6, 1006. J.C. Campholl.
Tho many friends ol'Hon. C. P. Town
soud hornby nomiunto bim us a oandidato
Cor tho House of Representatives frdm I
Marlboro county, subject to thc rulos ol '
tho Dcmooratio primary.
I am a oandidato for tho f louse of
Representativos-subjoot to tho notion of
tho D?mocratie Primary.
I). D. MoCoi.L, Jr.
With confidence in that our friend, J,
lt SAMPSON, is nu unquestionable bollov
or in all just causes and laws of our Stato
and county, wc hereby nnnounco him as
ii enndidato for tho llouso of Roprosonta*
tives-subjoot to tho action of tho Domo .
duly 12, 1006. His FRIENDS.
FOR COUNTY SUPERVISOR.
I hereby nnnounco myself a candidate
for the ollico of Supervisor of Marlboro
county, subjoot to thc rules of tho Domo*
oralie primary. E. D. ?H\IIA.M,
.inly |?6, lOOti.
I hereby announce mysolf a enndidato
for tho ellice of County Supervisor of
Marlboro-subject lo tho rulos governing
tho Dernooratio primary.
July 2, 1906 F, MANNINO, Jr,
1 hereby nnnounce my oandidaoy for
roolootiou as Supervisor of Mailhoro coun
ty-subject to Ibo Deinooratic primary.
Juno 30, 1906. M. K. OOWAUO,
1 horoby nnnounco myself a oandidato
for tho ollico of Supervisor of Marlboro
county --subject to tho rulos govcruiug
the Democratic primary. 1 am an old
Oonfedorato soldier, und as this office is a
gift of the pooplo, I respectfully ask that
they honor mc this time, and seo if I cam
uot give thom thc service needed.
July 3, 190ft, A. J.*QUICK,
For County Treasurer.
1 horoby announce mysolf a oandidato
for tho oflico of Treasurer of Marlboro
county, subjoot to the rulos governing the
J une 20? 1000. N.B. ROGERS*
Thanking tho people of Marlboro for
thc liberal support given inc in tho past,
i hareby announce mysolf-fl "snl?'^i
>'-. : ; !::\ Hi?cm ?;! .'.?.,..-....
), i er ? 1001 'ince n./s-ii ?1 cn ..c
ihn IMHO: ot Superintendent 01 hdu
cation ol Marlboro county-subject to
tbe rules ol tbe Democratic primary,
ARTHUR L, EASRERUNG,
May 23, igo6,
1 ho oby announco myself a candidate
for re-election as Superintendent of Edu
cation of Marlboro county, subjeot to thc
W. L. STANTON.
Juno 5. 1006.
Por County Auditor,
I hereby annouuee myself a candidate
for ro olootiou to the offico of Auditor of
Marlboro County-supjcot to the rules of
thc Democratic Primary.
Juno 2, 190b. C. b SlIKRRKbt.
1 horoby announce mysolf a candidato
for th? ellice of County Auditor for Marl
boro bounty-subject to the rules govern
ing tho Democratic primary.
J. l\ OAMrwu.n.
.lone 2.Xtb, 1906.
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8 ?. ^
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'wo Uno young "Jorsy Cows,"
vith young on) yoi. Rt thor ono
viii supply n siniill fftrnily willi nn
Jmndiinoo of milk und butter.
Apply flt thin o/lloo.
Como and See.
)m: Milk Cow--$.10 will got lier.
Jane Mill and F.viiporntor nt a bargain
July 25. R. C. COX 10.
I horoby waru any ?ml all por?on? from
iring or harboring my daughter Susannah
Zilliiiii'w, u minor, who baa loft hor homo
rithont oanse 0. non?ont 1 will proioouto
ll porHona violating thia notlOO.
Aug. 13, 06, WESTON WM.I.IAM?.
HEN iii Romo, do as Kornau
Buying Jaw KI.KV, J)6 HS ot
ot' Us. WliY ? There's a Keast
can pick out tho Style and Kii
any delay. ELGIN and WA I H AM
various other makes to sui? you 1
We can supply you with <>ok
Cases. Wa tokes $J, $?," and
see tkem. All guaranteed to be ;
be without the ti nu? of day kee
Wc ure t
ted for "\
<C*^ ^*mmJ Patterns.
Prottiost Patterns. All tho Latest No<
YOU ARE WELCOai iv ?orne nn
Our Prices are thc Lowel'l consistent
You will su rely Find something
Among tho most popul unnipf Jo
Brncolots, Fob Chains, RU ' n well isac
of Ladies Hair Corni Lootcets, ISto.
us in all varieties ao i col om*
Jewelry that you purchase >f <n fu e ?
You should also vial our OF
TICAL PARLOR and have YOI! H RY I
Thoroughly Examined. V ?vi may iee
GlassoB. If so we hav them, and woul
Thanking you for p sol
shell ni ways claim our euro ton
August Ki, 1906
Seaboard In ter chan o
Tho Seaboard Ail r
changeable mileage rr
on salo, will after J;." \ 5th also
be good over the dont] ..
gin, Georgia Southe ami
ida,Norfolk and Sou 1 -
tic and North Cart
giniu and Carolina 1 ,
live new additions,
tal of twenty-eight in 1
represen tating ne,. )
You do not havo to . .;; \
purohase, but Seabpai I i . hui -
n. additional ronda nd'to 1 y ?.
ve. jt?rafo*.: ' , !
Ker farther information
W. Ii. BU KROC
Co' mbh i ?. O'
A UHAIilXG C?1) ' :i
The Rev. J C \V.irret .to Of fill
ron Baptist church, Bola
t?lootrie Bitters, "It's a < .
kind, lt eu rou ino of ho
joints and eomplcto phy
wasi so wonk it took me
walk a milo. Two bottle <( J i
tors have made me NO str
walked 3 miloa in 60 min
walking three more,
man of mo-" Groat09t r
noss and all Stomaob. Li
uomplaints, Sold undo
P. Douglas's Drug Store,
Humane Sooioty N( Iud
< )f tho many t hin
pur town and count)
is a Sooioty for the
sr u el ty to dumb anii
good could bo done . . f
tho poor du rn h br uti
mg ill treated on
I'lierc is law ag ai nd ? >
DUO to iulorin.
Christianity and itt;
( 'heist hunty is I he ?
nosl civilized and tIn
live nations of thu v
"onus of civilization !
?cstcil or have (tonio I
vo titler fit I dovolopmc
edge, arl, power, ii
?ross in ancient ISgj .
Ho it was with tho 1
i reece and of Homo,
hal of China has bcei
od and hus remained
nopt until to-day, tluv
or a long period c
growth entered upon
lilnpidation and (loci
ncdanisin no longer i
jrogi'OBS. h's early 1
ml of it; Buddhism hu
roni i'urthor advanciuc
n a position of apat)n
inn civilization is stil
ml is making its po
IUonpO felt in nearly i
f thc world. Whet!
ny thing to provopt i
ute of thi! others, vo
hui nt preg?nt, wo
ny that tho Christian
nos which aro in a pi of i
taut progress, and c
ivili/.ing IniUionco 0
?K tcrtobings.-- Mays:
Mr. W. I). Mo?ro J
ood horses rocen t) \
riving this bot weat
osos to Stop it by l?
a do- When in Bonnettsville
hers do. They invariably BUY
m. Our Stock is large and you
nd of Watch you want without
are our Leaders, but we carry
In price, style and quality,
1, Silver, Gold Filled or Nickel
on up to $150. Como in and
accurate timekeepers, Don't
>p a Watch in your pocket.
mowing an elaborate collection
'ul and exclusive wares ino?! lit?
Vedding Gifts "
B SILVER lu a largo variety
CUT GLASS in thu nowost and
voltios In Jewelry for tho Sum mor.
d inspoot our Stock i\\ any timo,
with tho Boat Quality of Good?,
?in our Stock to Please you.
wei ry you will find Shirtwaist Sotts,
>rtcd lino of plain and fancy patterns
Signet Kings uro carried in stock hy
un h er that wo engrave any article of
d ho pleasod to tft your Lyes for you.
Our Repair Department
I? tho best in Hie Pee Dee sec
tion. 11* von Itave any arl ?ole
sf Jowolry that YOU want made
>vor into new Jewelry bring it
lo us. If your walch does not
run and keep time you should
let us repair il at once. All of
goods and work arc guaranteed
to be salislactory or money re
?citing a continunnco.of same, which
, 1 nm yours,
i h r. Optician and Jf/uj raver,
Thc Merits of Our liyc (j lassos
- AFFORD YOU -
OLE AB VISION,
He Seas best who Sees the eon
DON'T PUT IT OFF
Dome at Once and Have Us Fit
Your Eyes for you.
BY . SAM J. PEARSON
iidadlog Jeweler and Optiotan
?H? DAILY RECORD'
OF COLUMBIA, S, C
For Ten Wo oks ; Which Covers the
lu Thc Record will he found daily
reports of the campaign meetings hy
J. WILSON GIBBES
i veteran at such work. His name
ittaohed lo tho reports is a guarantee
>f their fairness and accuracy.
For nine years The Record has ad
vocated tho dispensary. Editorially,
t daily sets forth tho reasons why the
lisponsary should he retained. Every
rient! of tho dispensary who wishes to
coop posted with arguments to meet
ho opposition should read Tho Record
The Record ion weeks for 50 ceuts,
d)8olutely in advance.
COLUMBIA, S. a
S A y, LOOK II EUE :
Did you know the Bennetts?
Ule Mercantile Co., was selling
Jest Patent Flour al $5.00, and
MToiid Patont ut * 1 50 i Well,
hey are, and now is your time
o get some while its down.
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Vcpareil for t he Work.
Mr. S. .). I*carson, tl.*' Jeweler, has
ow ono <if thc latest improvements
or engraving your name or initials
n any article ol gold ur silver or
dato in tho most updo dale innunor.
'ho samples of work already done hy
im are just (jue. Cull and aeo him.
Flowers I Flowers J
Mrs. J no S. Moore lias aline
tit of Geraniums, Begonias
Perns, Bairns and other plants,
veli rooted, that she desires to
ell Cuttings 2f?e per do/en.
Eggs from pure bred Sin
gie Comb Brown Leg
orirsT Buff P. Rooks or Barred
? Hocks can be bad at the Dem
Stove Wood and Ice,
MK take pleasure in informing tho
Y pu hilo that we are now prepnred
i Dress Lnmhcr, fill orders for good,
ry stovo wood, supply leo in any
nan ti ty, at tho Bonnettsville planing
111, near tho ('oast Lino yard.
Phono I (Ki and your orders will
romptly deliverod to you,
J. J. MUNNERLYN
April 20, 1900.
Five cars of Timothy
ay To be sold righi.
Bonnettsville Mercan ti lo Co.
> Remember <
That there \% a
Next Door to Excelsior Hardware
BENNETTS VILLE, B.C.July 2, 1900.
300 BARRELS OF THE FUST F
WHILE IT LASTS WE WILL SELL The Finest
Patent at $5.00, and the Second Patent
at $4.60 PEE BARREL.
JST?&& Xjio-t of Hams
Home Made and Kinghan's Reliable.
HAMILTON & BROWN SHOES,
TI IK ''AMERICAN LADY" THE HTNE8T.
fi^" ( \tl( ti,iul yal our pt'Uivm Ito ford bwi/imj,
ii^y- Prompt Altonlion given to Phone Orders. King uj> 18.
BENNETTS VI LLE MERCANTILE CO.
JUNIO 28, I OOO.
Ill ai 1
H. B. FULLER, Successor lo KULLEH BROS., is
now in tho West BUYING-STOCK lor Iiis STABLES IN
BENNETTS VILLE, and thc new invoice of Horses and
Milles will arrive in Bcmncttsvillo APRIL 24th.
A ETER THIS DATE I will keep my STABLES
well filled with a select lot of Mice Horses
and Mules During tho entire summer.
Give me a coil before buying elsewhere#
/ WILL SELL ON SHOUT PROFITS- Q Ul OK SALES.
Large supply of Buggies, Wagons
ON HAND AT ALL TIMES.
\r??5] m 100(1. U S3 Cl Bl I
lUillliPIM W. ?>"
When in Want- ol
Teams for thc Railroad,
or a -
Trip io thc Country.
Always Ready to serve Calls for Teams.
po R' ;:;H O-R-S,^^ AN D M U L. e s QNLY
SMITH NEWTON, Bennettsville, S. C.
MoCOLL DRUG CO., McColl S. O.J
?imf roiMffliiaaiBiMmiK ? ???? .utatttat.vttA imw^xnmitaaatmammmMntmimmmtmmiumotm
I OULJC KTew Hjine
-TII10 1) 1R EOT WA Y
I BENNETTSVILLE ? CHER AW R. R.
^ L(MIVU Bonnottsville *7.05 a. m., 7.00 p. m.
*'? Arrive Choraw H. 10 p. ru.
DAILY KXOEPT SUNDAY.
* Direct connections at Choraw with through trains to
A TU LINK RAILWAY.
*7.05 ft. m.,
>? tho North, Knot, South und West.
The short lino and quiokoat time to Wilmington, Charlotta, Atlanta,
Raloigh, lliohnfond, Washington, Ballimore, Philadelphia, Now York,
Boston. Buffalo, Pittsburg and all points North and lOast.
The ehort linc and (iniokcst time to Columbia. Savannah, Jaoksonvillo,
Now rid all I nts Siuth and Wost.
i) call on <). 'J d KDIAN, .gon. Borinottavillo &
i , .1. BURROUGHS
fi , ? AIR L\NV. Rv., Columbia, 3?0i
OH ARL KS K. STEWART, A. 0, IV A., S.A By, Savannah, Ga
SAY "RED nock,"
SA Y IT
?"? r A r sr
FOH Homo Drinking "Rs? ROCK'?
?.undsoul among all otber drinks
as H? exceptionally pure high ejus?
article. It in PO valuable BS an aid to
digestion, that many leading Sanita
riums order it in barrels at a time, for
the use of their convalescents and pa
tients, It is aUo a splended rowed iel
agent iu kidney disorders and liver
troubles. I bottle vrtrious drinks and
"Red Rook Gingoi Ale" as tho queen
of all drinks.
Beonettsvillo Bottling Works.
J C. HunnAim. Pron'r.
June 12, 1900
NEW TIN SHOP
I have opened up an up to date Tin
Shop io the rear of W. L.. Pearson's
Jewelry Store, where I nm now pre
pared to DO ALL KINDS TIN HOOFING
GUTTERING and SLATING on short
notice. Protect your houses by using
Gutters, otc. All new work guaran
teed. You will lind my work done in
the best style. Give me a Trial.
Old Cook Stoves Repaired.
YOURS TO SKHVK
tl. L. DIXON.
April 6, 3906.
Thtr??'?m4reMc(.'<iU PnttftrnaioM Intha V?**t
tft?tn ttm of any other moko o I iifcltoint. TM? U ?fl
Ctaeount ol tbttr ?lyle, accuracy and ?Impllelty.
PXcOnU'e MnnniMn?n h. Qua?? of K?iMe?)jbM
?-?#raaub?crlb?r? iluiimyiihrr I.adtcs* MaffMlM. Poa
Cir1? iubscrlniior.dj mirqirtfi) coil? 00 0*0)0. ffMgSJ
inker, it cent?. P.very ?ut>?crib?r nola ? McCftU Ttm
tttfi Free Siiiiscill.o ti.Jny.
l.mdy Atrrnlu WantUfb Wandnomc praralyiM
Jftxr?lc??h comnilttliin, pAticrn CM?loRtio( o
... <>h?v.lnf 400 ptea?itt?n*
Ml iroo, AdUreii I HK MCCALL CO.jttawYa**.
ni) and PrtmlMin C.itnloj
n. c. MonnisoN,
-I'KA I.Kit IN- \ , f
Elect] io 1 and numbing Supplies.
Elect io 'Lamps a Spooialty.
Manuifov ' 'Hy ll I cctv i ? riant.
Phone ii |. lOMinottHvillo, 8. 0.
JUST* R?pott nil troub'.o with tho linos or
r,troot light* to the above.
LUMBER. LUMBKR, LUSBSR
FOR SALE ?
Parties in want of first class ^
Lumber can get it from ...
A. J. JONES,
Oct 18. Blenheim, lt; F.D. 1.
> Bau L. j-. ^-JCV?SX t
PIMP POTTOM PADM?
IN i?HESfhfill?.D COUNTS
mf? l? Po Deo Ilenity v rt o&liou haye ?'
**. u lio)i((Ml no.nibei of Kino Cetlou
banns tor salo Olftjf lauds that will pro>
(loco One Bale .Cotton per acre at ONW
THIRD PRICE ol' Marlboro lauds.
Write this firm and have thom loo:,to
a fine Cotton Farm for you.
The Pee Dee Realty Corporation,
June 27. 1900.
Choraw, 8. C.
1785 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON 1906
CHARLE3T3N, S- 0.
121st Year Begins September 28
Lottore, Soienco, Engineering. Ono schol
arship, giving froo tuition, to ouch county
of South Caroliua. Tuition $40. Board
and furnished room in Dormitory $11 a
month. AU candidates for admission ar?
permitted to competo for vooant Doy??
Bcholaruhlp? whioh pay $100 a year.
For catalogue, add rent*
July 12, '06. President.
FOB KAL. 13!
Ono Talhott Engine, ra horno power
Ono E. Van Wluklo 60 saw Cotton Gin
One BOHH Cotton Press.
All tn running oonditiou For further
Information apply or write
J. R. QUICK,
July 26, 1906 Osborne, N. C.
?wc . v v -w^ v v v v ?- v -v w ? ? ? ? <r~?r^r>#r?
B E NN ETT S VILLE
prders for MONUMENTS or
TOMBSTONE, promptly flllod
Jail on mo, at my placo of business noar
tho Atlantic Coast Lino and tho Soa>
hoard Air Mau Pusscngor Depots, or
writo mo. Dosigns and i'rioos furnish*
cd ou appiioution.
Phone No. 9ft.
J. W. MoKLWKK.
January '?lu 1000.
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