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BENNETTSVJLLE. S, C.
v . Friday October 12, 1906,
?. 4. DROWN - - - Z?<?eor
Ono year.....^ 1.00
Throe months. * 25
PEN AND SCISSOR&RAPSS
Snow in Chicago Tuesday.
Mrs Jefferson Davis is quite
ill in New York.
Thoro was frost in tho up coun
Jesup, Ga., was swept by firo
Monday. Tho business section in
Fonrteeu ships of the Uuited
States are now on duty in cuban
Two hurricane swept over New
Orleans Friday doing groat dam
ago. They passed over Mobile,
but left destruction in their wako
Mrs. Margaret S, Harmon,
wife of Rev. G. T. Harmon, of
the South Carolina conference,
<lied suddenly at Williamston
Sixty negroes are under indict
?nent in Atlauta for tho killing of
.the policeman. Sixteen white mon
?rc indictod for hoing in tho mob
that killed so many negroes.
There is just as much or moro
crime committed in tho so-called
prohibition counties ns thoro is in
tho dispensary counties. If you do
not boliovo it look up the records.
The Spartauhnrg Journal says;
""South Carolina has tho most
democratic sistom of party nomi
xiations of any stato in tho Union.
It ia only a question of time when
si\\ othor states will adopt it." Tho
Journal is right, and wo havo to
thank Ben Tillman for it too.
Not Tho Right Man.
Tho Chesterfield Advertiser
.says : "Jmigration Agent Watson
has been thawing his saloary now
for about three years and we
-would Uko to know what ho bas
accomplished for tho State. It
is true that a ship from Ger
many loaded with inmigrants is
hooked for at Charleston in a
few days, and it remains to be
jsoou whether that io a blossing
or curse to tho Stato. We need
laborers in South Carolina, but
wo doubt soriou6ly ij we ever got
any from Germany that can com
pote with tho colored people iu
the cultivation of tho South's crop.
And wo shall watch with iuteiissr.
the distribution of this ship load
of ?migrants from Charleston and
prodiet that tho most of them will
ho found loafing tho streets of I
Charleston or somo othor city in
tho Stato before tho ond of three
mon-hs." Tho trouble with the
^migration business is that tho!
right man was not put in charge
of tho matter. Mr. Matheson
would have given tho Stato some
thing in return for tho largo
amount ot money alroady spent.
DOTS FROM FOX BAY
Mr Editor-As I hnvo not seen
anything from our section in a long
time, I thought I would 'vrito you a
few lines to let you know that wo are
Our farmers are busy now gathor
i?g in tho crops that though damaged
somo by rains will help us to live on.
Wonder what has become of Mr.
J. P. MoQ? Hopo ho has not boon
killed by a storm. Perhaps bo took
?efugo in a pil somewhere.
What is tho ruattor with tho farmer
above town ? Has ho made uu>A\ a
poor crop that ho cannot writo any
Tho good peoplo of Harmony have
gonn to work and orected a fine School
building. Hurrah for Harmony!
Mr. P. S. Stubbs has tho fine corn
in this soctiou. Ho will rush tho man
who makes tho best. Ho is one of our
With best wishos, yours
A SLY Fox.
Oct 6, 190ft.
Moved To Greenwood,
Hov E. P. Eastorling who was
elected somo months ago to a pos
ition in connection with tho Con
nio Maxwell Orphanage roached
Greenwood with his family last
week. They will occupy ono of
the cottages at tho Orphanage. Mr
Eastorling will provo quite an ac
cession to tho Orphanage force.
He and family will bo warmly wel
come by our people to Greenwood.
Journal, Oct. 3d,
? - ? -.
Homo In Greenwood.
Mr. and Mrs S. H. McGheo,
Who have beou on an extended
bridal trip, having crossed tho
waters during their absence,
reached their homo in Greenwood
last week. It will be re mom her
od that Mr. McGheo and Miss
Harrell, of Bennettsvillo, woro
married early in August. Mrs
McGneo bas many friends in tho
city, having taught in tho graded
school for one or more terms.
Grocnwood Journal 3d.
Found On The Road.
If the party who lost a satchel
with a bunch of keys will call
on Mr J. S. Jackson on the E.
M. Rowe Pearce pince ho (ian
GETS A DEATH SENTENCE.
Richard Dargan, Colored, Charged
With Criminal Assault Conyiotecl.
Frtuaj Oct i?, THO i>jiy?ot For
j Tho Execution.
Tho special tomi of the Court of
General Bussions ordered to try
tho case of Richard Dargan, col
ored for criminal assault couvonod
on Monday at 10 o'elook.
The grand jury and tho 36 pot
it jurors wero all prosent*. Hon.
J. H. Hudson was appoiutcd to
preside. Mess Newton & O wons
represented the State, and His
Houor appointed Mr. J. W. Le
land to defend tho prisoner. Af
ter a number of challenges the
following panol was secured to
try tho oasc:
II. W. Boahan, J. P. Honogan,
I. H. Mooro, James McDaniel,
ii. T. Parker, A. 0. McRao,
W. H Pearson, T. J. Weatherford,
S. P. Wright, M. N. Pearson,
J. 13. Tatum, J. S. McRao.
Tho o vide nco soon rod was
straight and conclusivo of his
uilfc, and after addresses to tho
jury hy tho attornoys, His Honor
briefly charged tho jury who took
tho case and retired. Thoy wore
nit only a short timo and returned
with a verdict of guilty. Ilia Hon
or then asked tho convict if ho had
uaythiug to say, and ho said "noth
ing." Sontonco was thon pronoun
ced and tho convicted man recciv
d it with 8eomiug indilYoronco.
Having douied tho assault. It waa
a bad caso and His Honor rushed
it right through to tho finish.
Mus MOLLIE (IURNOOR.
On Sunday luornine;, Sopt 10th, 1906
noble woman and oh ri st i au mother
I folded her anns in Kleon, to rest with.le
us. She was tho widow of Mr. 1'. 13.
J Horndon. who died the first of the year.
They had walked together in life's path
w iy for several yours, ami tho dissolution
ol'ties which had bound bound them IO
gothor so long, ciused her lo deeply
mourn, bot being sustained by the grace
of Cod, she was comforted in tho midst
cf her sorrow and nflliclions
For some months previous to her de
parture, it was plaiuly aeon that her steps
wero baiting feebly to thc tomb and she
assured her friends that she was '"only
I waiting," We feel that wo speak truth
fully in saying, a good woman baw gone
to ber reward. She was true and faithful
in tho many relations of life. A faithful
wife a loving and devoted mother, a kind
friend nud neighbor. In her home moro
than nnwybere else she was most quoculy
lhere her lifo tdicwn brightest, ever un
folding those sterling qualities which
adorn a noblo, christian character. She
naturally had a cheerful disposition, soat
toriug sunshine wherever she went. Un
der sovere trials and disappointments abo
maintained that samo ohcorful spirit
lavina; continuously in consoious fellow
diip with Christ, heriniluenoo was always
helpful and clovating to those about her.
She has blessed her lovod onos with a
piiooless heritage in her christian life,
godly example and in tho glad hopo of a
glorious reunion in tho bright beyond.
Her loved ones mourn hor death, but
sorrow not as thoso who aro without hopo.
Sho said ropoatcdly boforo death oa\oo
thor ?bo ano ready, that sho "knew hor
end would bo peaco. Sho was funcralizod
by hor pastor, Hov. E. M. MoKissiek aud
laid to rest in tho Hubbard coujetory.
Oct. 1900 A FRIEND.
Still A Candidato,
Mr. P. A. MoKellar, the well
knwn merchant, issuos this wook
an invitation to his friends through
out tho county to como and soo
dint good things he has in store
for them. If you livo in town
phono Ki will reach him and all
orders will bo promptly deliver
lilli W USE tho e o m na o n, cheap
Will T>ir hoofing, which \? always
unsatisfactory, WHEN you can got
a reliablo "Rock and Olass-Coatcd*
Roofiing for less than cost of Shingles.
See us or write tor samples & prices.
OLIO NOVELTY CO.
H/WING posted my land against
tic.-tpasders, notice is hoi oby gi von
that 1 will prosecute oil who turn out
hn^s or cattle, to forage, or who io
any manner themselves trespass upon
any of my lands in Smithville town
Oct, 8, 1900. S. T. Crouch.
In Next i 5 Days.
Five Plantations-all first
class-cheap and on easy terms,
as follows :
1. 455 acres - 350 cultivated
2. DOO acres-612 cultivated
3. 1775 acres-1200 cultivated
4. 100O acres -000 cultivated
5 154 acres-125 cultivated.
AV.ito or seo
or W. II. INGRAM,
Oot lt, 06. Sumter, S. C.
Thflt'fl the question that is asked
over and over again when thoro
is a present to bo chosen for a bride.
M?sl people agree that it should
como from a jewelry atoro-because
BO mob ow jewelry and presents aro
If (hose interested only knew it,
we could relievo them of their
uncertainty in a minute.
Our stock furnishes tho hints, ft
reveals in a minute more appropriate
presents than anyone could sit
at botne and recall in a wholo day.
So wo. invite buyer? of pr?sents, and
we promise to make their choosing
easy and their ch uce satisfactory.
SAM J. PEARSON,
JKWELKK AND Ol'. (CIAN.
dodnd fire Works-free
AT THE "STATE FAIR
Tho people lu Columbia have got
ten together thlB year and tho Fair
Association has worked with a vim
never known before. Everything has
boon arranged with a vlow to amus
ing and giving pleasuro to tho thou
sands of visitors. Ono of tho most
Important attractions of tho week will
be tho Grand Fire Works display
on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs
day nights. The Great "Carbo" will
bring his entlro show to Columbia
this year and no finer Fire Works
have over been seen. This ls Carbo's
firwt trip through thoTJnitPd States
and lt is needless to say that lt will
bo of tho highest character.
The Fair Grout ds and streets \VI11
bo kept lively wfCh good band mu
sic and free shows. Good programs
with wonderful acta arc arranged. The
beet tho Fair people have ever been
ablo .to find.
Tho theater hos boen rcmodeld so
that hundreds moro eau bo seated.
Ono of the most modern In tho south
now. And tito week ls Ulled with fin
est attractions that como south. Un
Tho Stato Ball and othor dances
will be held to please the young vis
itors. Many meetings and social func
tions. Everybody will have a good
time. The one timo of tho year you
can get to see so many old friends
Tho entrances and exits at thc Fair
grounds have been enlarged so that
thor? will be plenty of room to han
dle all the crowds. More street cars
and faster schedules will bo used.
It will be "Homo-Coming Week"
-Oct. 22-27. Wrlto your friends and
kinsfolk to como. Cheapest railroad
For Information write Mr. A. W.
Ix)vo, Sec., Columbia, S. C. Send him
tho names of all tho South Carolin
ians you know living out of the state.
Do this now. Don't delay. Come to
To~Tho Mothodist Esuooially.
With tho consent of tho pastor
and a special invitation from tho
o?l?cors of the church, I will take
a pride in trying to do tho Mns
tur's will, in reading and expound
ing tho truth, and nlso in funeral
i'/ing tho dead, whoo you cannot
got your pastor handy.
Harmon K. Odon.
Oct 2. 190G.
Farm for Sale or Lease.
ACRES, hignly improved, in good
neighborhood. Flvo ?oom Now
HoBidoDoo, nooosaary out-buildings and
tenant limmen. Hoalthy locution, in reach
of oxcollont Grad od School. Clay lands
350 acron uudor oultivatiou. For Bnlo nt
813,500 on oofly torras, orto loaao at$i
a year, foi a poriod of yoara.
Apply to W. A BOVVMA1S
0?t 2. 1906. Sumter, S. <
Typ? -Writing Done to Order.
Papers and Manuscripts copied,
Toaohors' Testimonials a spcoiuhy.
Chargea reasonable. Orders solicited
August 1906. MqOoLb, S. C.
Nowii-duys than over before. No
doubt of it. People used to think
that the wearing of glasses should
bo put oil'as long as possible.
Wo know better now. We apply
every kuown agency for tho relief
and euro of eye weakness, and there
aro methods in common uso to day
which weren't board of even ten
Now wc commenoe to right eyesight
just ns soon as it begins to go
wrong. Now school childrou by
the hundred wear glasses. And it's
wiso and proper, too.
Let us tell you what shape your
eyes are in.
SAM J. PEARSON,
JEWELER & OPHOIAN;
TAX N OTIC M !
Treasurer's OIU00 Marlboro County
Bonnottsvillo, 8. 0 , Sept 27, 1906,
NOTICE ia hereby given that tho hooka
for tho collection of Tuxes for Marl
boro county for tho fiscal year commencing
January lat, 1906, will bo openod at the
Treasurer's oilloo in B.mnottavillo 011 Mon
day Ootobor 1511?, 1906, and romain opon
until December 31ht, 1906. A pcnul'y will
be charged on all taxes remaining unpaid
ut that dato. Tho following ia tho levy
State tax 5 nulla
Ordinary county tax (> '? milln
Constitutional Sohool 3 milla
Total hwy 14 ? milla
Senor A I, Seuoonu
Bcnnottavillo Graded 4 milla
Tatum spooled, 4 milla
McColl special, 4 milla
Beauty Snot " 3 milla
Salem " 3 milla
beater " 2J
Brighttwillu " %\ .<
hoyluu " 2h "
Clio special 2$ "
Kollock Bpecial 2 i "
Hebron fipcoinl 2 milla
Harmony special 2 milla
Antioch special 2 mills
Willi* SpOOinl A nulla
Kbeno/ur Bpoolttl 2 mills
Clio Benda 4 milla
A Poll Tux of OMR DOM,AU on all malo
persons butwoon tho ages of 21 und 60
ycura, except oonfodornto aoldiora, and
those otherwise exempt by law,
Commutation Howl Tux of Ono Dollar,
all able bodied mule pru ou i hatwuoii tii-i
nges of ig und 50 yours. S ?ii tux duo
between tho 15th of Ootobor, I<JD6, and
Marok i, 190*/,
J, II. THOMAS,
Treasurer Marlboro County,
j u M x i< tv
in my Stvtr
what Gr wm
have f<&y n
1 Will <?
treat yon i
1 M.Y lt??
? is also, c
Two days troatm't free. Sold 1
boro Drug Co.
A New Furniture Store.
Special attoution is uslcc
advertisement of tho now
turo Store recently opener.'
A. Sussraan. Stock nj
and prices right. Next
A BOIBNTIFIO wONl)
Tho cmos that st a od to ?ts er
Ihiekleo's Amies Salve :i seien
dor. lt cured IO. lt. M ul ford,
(or the pst rons of Husbandry,
boro, l'a,, ol a distressing ease
It heals tho worst Bums Sor
Ulcers, (Juts, Wounds, Ohilb
Salt Rheum. Only 25c at J. T.
We publish in this issue
schedule of tho Bennett
Chcraw Railroad, which v
ciToot on tho lOtli, instan!,
this sobed ttl o tho Bennett
Chcraw mn Ices connect ion
look with tho north and soi
tra i ns of the Seaboard A
both night and morning
heretofore there was no CO
with the southbound train
Tho Bonuottsvillo <S? Cher
will now reach Bennettsvil.
25 at night.
Insure Your bins and C
pjAbli ON' or write tho un
nod have your Gins and ba
Insured for any length ol' time <
idieapor rates than you can got
?thor oom nany, No warehouse
incuts. N'o assessments, nor .
conditions. Straight, sir.mu',
suranoe. T. W. SOUGH.
Aug. 22. Ituby,
ECZEMA AND PILE (
1 RUE Knowing what it wnii to
yvill ?rivo KUKU Ol?" OA A HQ H. to a
ted a poHitivo euro for l?ozoraa, N?d
Bryslpolas, Pih-n und Sklu DUoasoi
itiuit relief. Don't nuifor longer,
IV, WI hld AMS, .100 Manhattan A\
kTovk, Eooloso stamp, [Sept
Buat Flour in Town sold
ut W. M. lto\
Ready for Ord
(\ w LISE, AnonitROT ? Bu
H proparod to do all kinda of O
voile, nindi UH Bldowalks and Wi
'".oin your Dwellings, Alao stopH ?
dwelling*, stops for OlinrolioH and
>noo roado they last a li foti mo.
Hoi) tim now sidewalk hi Trout o
XniglW Drug Sloro. It will plotlSl
If yon want anything in thin lin
no a tr lid .J
Bopt 20 1906. 0, W.
- Full line oakes and 0.
wacketts nt W. M. How
I ENDS I
m to come
my best to
>lete. with ?
Jville, S. O.
''.'Ugraving your natue or minais
ny article of gold or silver or]
i j in tho most up?-to dale mutiner,
i samples ot' work already done by
m are just (ino. Call and seo him.
JJOC'l'OHS AUK l'UZZLi'iD.
'ie remarkable recovery oC Kenneth
vcr. ol'V ?rn cdoro, .Me, is the sub
ol' . much int crest to the medical
unity ?lid a wiih; ci rolo ol' friends,
.ays el h ii CHM?: ''Owing lo severe
mi nion ol'the Throat an I oongostion
ie Lungs, three doctors nave me np
lie, When as n lt>t resort, I was in?
d to try Dr King's New Discovery
I am happy to say, it fa veil my lifo,"
.s tho wor-t Coughs nod Colds. Bron*
s, Tonsilitis, Wonk Lungs, Hoarse*
- and Ij-iGiippe. (Jaar a mood ut J. T.
'?K tas's dnu stoic 6()0 and $1.0'?.
; A bottle free.
Notice of Court.
TICK is horoby niven that tho Court
of Genoral Sonnions for tho County of
boro will oonvono at llonnottnvillo on
Third Monday in Ootobor next, vboinj;
day thereof) 1906, in nnd [*,t tho
ty of Marlboro and Stato of South
lina. All peiBoiiH interested will take
J. A. DRAKE,
Clerk Court of C. P, & G. S.
For Marlboro Co., S. C.
pfc 7, IQO?. - I ni
Staic of South Carolina.
unty ol Marlboro- Court Common
; . as.
t, J, MOC.MU.IIY, JH.. Plaintiff,
SAUIC & COMPANY, a corporation
itf business in Jornoy City, Now Joe.
and 42 Broadway in tho City of New
k in tho Stato of New York, Dofd'l.
'opy Summons tor Roliof,
1 Defendant, M. J. Sago & Company
? are throb}/ Summoned and Re
l to nUBWOr tho complaint in this no
C whieh a OOpy is herewith served
on, and to Herve a eopy of your an?
3 the said complaint on tho subset i -
lui oflleo in BonnottHvillo, South
a, within twenty dayii after the
horeof, oxolunivo of tho Ofty of
irvico ; and if you fftil to annwor the
int within tho timo aforesaid, tho
f in thin aotion will apply to the
or the relief demanded iii tho eom
d Align?t 221I, A 1) , 1906.
Ti W. BOUCHIER,
D?fendant M. J. Sago ?fe Company:
tko notice that tho S11 in in oin") in
ion, of willoh tho foregoing is n
H filed tho ollleo of tho Clerk of
rt of Common Plana for tho county
boro at Honnottavillo, in tho county
boro, in tho State of South Carol I
ho 22d day of August, A. I). 1906.
T. W. UOUOIIIRU,
Mcnnettsvillc, S, C.
t ii, 190?,
That there is a
N ?1 "
ll II ,
Next Door to Excelsior Hardware
BENNETTS VILLE, S. C., July 2, 1900.
Watch this space
For New Arrivals
BENNETTSVILLE MERCANTILE GO'S.
HORSES and MULES.
H. B. FULLER, Successor to FULLER BROS., is
now in th? Wost HU YI NU STOCK for his STABLES IN
BBNNETTSVILLB, and the new invoice of Horses and
Mules will arrive in Bennettsville APRIL 24th.
A FTBR THIS DATE I will keep my STABLES
well filled with a select lot of Mice Horses
and Milles During the entire summer.
Give me a call before buying elsewhere,
I WILL SELL ON SHORT PROFITS-QUICK SALES.
Large supply of Buggies, Wagons
ON HAND AT ALL TIMBS.
...?",?, iv/,'.'.,. v?.? ..?I.-...--. . ? wttfJtti .->-.:u-i !N>AV*?W,U> . ri.M.**V , n--.?.^h:.-yt w.' ..
FOR MORSES AN D' MULES OML.V -
SMITH NEWTON, Bennettsville, S. C.
MoCOLL DRUG CO., McColl S. C.
Our New Xjixx?
-TH Ii DUOCT WAY
AIR LINE RAIL WA Y.
Loavo Bonnettsville *(>.05 a. m., 7.00 p. m.
Arrive Ohcraw 8.10 p. m.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
* Direct connections at Che raw with through trains to
tho North, East, South and West.
Thc short lino and quickoat lime io Wilmington, Charlotte Atlanta,
Raleigh, Itiolunond, washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York,
Boston. B?llalo, Pittsburg and all points North and East.
The short line and quickest limo (o Columbia, Savannah, Jacksonville,
Tampa. Montgomery, New Orleans and all points Sooth and West.
Foi /orther information call on J. T. MEDLIN, agent Pennettsvillo &
Cheraw ll. lt.. Uonncttsvillc.S. C., or address VV. L. BUltllOUUIIS
T. F A., SKAUOAUD Am LINK Itv., Columbia, S. C.
BENNETTSVILLE & CHERAW R. R. ?
0I1AIILK3 F, ST 10W A HT, \. G. l>. A , S.A L, Hy. Savannah, Ga
Watch this Space
SAY 'BED ROCK.?
SAY IT PLAIN.
FOR Homo Drinking "HBD ROCK"
stauds out among all oibor drinks
as au exceptionally nure high elua?
article It i en valuable as au aid to
digestion, that n.aoy loading Sanita
riums order it io barrels at a time, for
the use of their convalescents ?nd pa
tients Ir is niuo a spleuded remedial
agent io kidney disorders and liver
roubles. I bottle various drinks and
"Red Ro< k Gingei Alo" as the queea
of all drinks.
Beunetteville Bottling Works.
J C. HUBBAKD, JProp'r.
NEW TIN SHOP
I have opened up an up to date Tin
Shop i? tho rear of W. JJ. Pearson's.
.Jewelry Store, where I am now pre"
pared to DO ALL KINDS TIN ROOFING
GUTTERING and SLATING on short
notice Protect your houses by using
Gutters, etc. All new work guaran*
teed. You will find my work done in
tho best style. Give me a Trial.
Obi Cook Stoves Repaired.
YOURS TO SERVE.
G. L. DIXON.
April ?, 1906.
E. c. MORHISON, /
- Itt: .W.Kit IV -
Bleotvio il and Plumbing Supplies.
Eic ot; io Lamps a Specialty.
Manager City K leo ti'4 o Vlant,
Phono II.}. Rcnnetlsvillo, S. 0.
JSk?&n Report all troub'o with tho Unos or
?Kroot lights to tho abovo.
FOR SALE I
Partios in want ol' first class
Lumber can get it from
A. J. ?ONK8,
Oct 18. Blenheim, H. P. D. 1.
FINE W?M FM!
IN ?HESTERIIELD OOUNTV;
i'-f' . . t). ?; .. ' . KI h ive
I fl* . (united nu . . of i-'iuc (Cotton
Farms mr sale ?d?> i?oua ihm wih pro-?
duce Ono Balo Colton per nero af ONE
THIRD PRICK of Marlboro lands.
Writo this firm and havo thom looito
a fino Cotton Farm for you.
The Pee Dee Realty Corporation,
Juuc 27, 190G. Chcraw, S. 0.
1785 COLLESS Of CHARLESTON 1906
CHARLESTON, S. 0,
12l8t Year Begins Septomber>28
LottorB, Science, Engineering. Ono ucind
arahip, giving f roo tuition, to each county
of South Carolina. Tuition $40. 'Hoard
and furnished room in Dormitory $11 a
month. All candidatos fot admiaslon aro
permitted to competo for vacant Boyeo
scholarships whioh pay $100 a yoar.
For Catalogne, addreaa
Jul jr 12, '06. President.
PO li SALE !
Ono Talbott Eugine, 12 horso power
Ono E, Van Winkle 60 saw Cotton Gio
Ono Boss Cotton ProBs.
All in running condition For Curthor
information apply or writo
J. R. QUICK,
July 26, 1906 Oaborno, N. C.
Oidors for MONUMENTS or
TOMBSTONE, promptly filled
Call on mo, at my plaee ol business near
the Atlantic Coast Lino and tho Soat
board Air Li.ie Passenger Depots, or
write mo. Designs and Price!: fut nish*
ed on application,
Phone No. 96.
J. W. MeKLWKl?.
.January 25. 1UUG.
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