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Friday Becombor 14, 1906.
y t. ftOStT..-.. ? . H'nw'l'iii ?pin winnini, i._
J , ti HO WN" - - KiWfor
Thro? months. .25
Tho Cotton Association
There will? be a meeting oft he
"Marlboro Cotton Association held
in the Court Hr uso Deo 17 th for
tho purpose of reorganizing, and
receiving tho roports of the oom
mittonsand tho money oo]l?ctod
by them for tho Association. Lot
everybody como prepared to pay
thoir subscriptions. That wo may
send on to tho State A association
tho amount duo trom Marlboro.
Let everybody that is interested
and are in sympathy with thc
Association, como out to tho moot
B. M. Pegues Pros,
C. E. Breedon
Seo ?fe Trous.
- Nico frosh oggs at
W. M. Rowe.
'W 5 lb Fruit Cake. Iced.
at W. M, Rowe.
The many friends of Solicitor
Johnson will be pleased to learn
?nit !h? is improving rapidly
since he went to John Hopkins
rlospital at Baltimore. We hope
hts recovery will be complete.
*6T For a tuco linc of CHOICE j
CANDIES call on
Jinks-Johnson wants to bor
row 10 lbs from me. Do you
think he is good for that amt?"
Kinks-Yes with propper se
"What securities would you
A. chain and padlock, a pair
of handcuffs and a dog."
THE LABOR PROBLEM.
One part of the world raises
an incessant cry for more labor.
Tho Western States need more
harvest hands, the South wants
more cotton pickers and labor
ers generally, the Panama can
al zone can not get enough dig
gers, South Atrioa quarrels over
a few Chinese, Cuba seeks plan
tation hands to handle its BU
if^n ni'At>q flin TTnvvniiiin Tslandfi
tm I i ?
?mlo?.' aap? ty ol wo! umfc ? iii ..<'
does not exisr., ana possioiy one
never will.-Springfield Repub
JM?T A Nico lino of FIREWORKS
and POPPERS at E. POWERS.
Some Good Advice
An exchange says wc lose
uiU'-h by not planning to havo
frosh vegetables all tho year
round. With such weather as
we have had garden truck would
flourish. Wo could now put out
onions, radish, turnips, buets, car
rota and cabbage. Tho trouble is
wo don't try.
/' Jfc?y*" Christmas Goods in Variety
y at E. POWERS
Uolng To McColl
Mr. Zuuuie Pearson, who has
been living with his father up in
Smithville, has moved to MeColl,
and bought thc stock of Mr. II. J.
Odom and will merchandise iu that
town. Zannie is a fine business
man and wo wish him big success
in his new field.
Uncle Jo?d Gets a Ride.
A letter from Uncle Jool Cov
ington stales that on recent V?BU
to the village of Dunbar, ho hud
tho pleastiro ot a fine ride with
Mr. Lauronco Smith in his Auto
mobile. Wo know he enjoyed it.
Changes For A 9 07,
From all reports there aro many
changos to be made for the now
Mr. T. G. Wallace has moved
to tho T. M. Webster homo on
Mr. Ervin Power? has moved to
town and occupies tho Strauss
cottage on King Street.
Mr. P. A. McKellar has sold his
business on front street to Ray
mond 1) Rogers, and has bought
th\) Marlboro Wholesale Grocery.
Mr. James McDaniel of Beauty
SSpot section will move lo town
?ooo to the house ho bought on
Kverett Street in Eist I'jimetts
Mr. A. J. Jone? and family will
move in noxt week fco spend
Christmas in Bonncttsviile.
? New Melon Hore
? Master Waltor Lou COKO, soo ot
Mr E. A. Coxo of Brownsville,
presented us Saturday with a ripe
watermelon of tho Guinoa varioty
.-weighing two pott Qt? 3 and four
?ounces. It is a Cuban melon and
very prolific. Of course they oat
?est in tho summer.
The executive committee of the
"WomauV Association tor tho Im*
provoiajmpof Rural Schools" which
mot in Columbia recently, after n free
?od full discussion, awarded prizes to
the ten schools making the groatost
material improvement duriug the year
in tho forty counties of tho Sute.
Tho prize U $100 to oaeh school.
Pine Grove Sohool, this couuty, was
fourth ou tho list. Miss Mattie Cov
iugton, the popular principal of this
sobool in writing to inform us of the
honor won, says :
"A? a community, aud as a sohool,
we aro greatly gratified that wo are
adjudgod worthy to re?oive it. Per
eonally, I am m>ro than pleased that
it comes to us, and wish, in this public
way, to givo credit to the pupils of th?
school, who worked unceasingly and
un'iringly. I am glad tli'it th'ir fi
delity has beou recognized. I wish
also, to nut on record my abiding
taith iu tho boy.') nod girls of tho cou?
try schools, aud to urge that thoy b
given every possible advantage ; good
.school houses, comfortable desks,
plenty of black boards, maps, charts,
and greatest of all, good teachers.
McColl, S. C., Doo. 2, 1906.
A Reply to Merohant.
Mr. Editor-lb is nob tho iutontion ot
tho writor to ontor into any ooutrovorsy
with "Morohant" in his striotnrcn upon tho
attitudo of tho farmoro toward tho cotton
Assooiatton and tho outgrowing work of tho
samo, but ho doiiros to notioo samo of tho
remarks of morohant. Tho indict mont ho
baa mado against many farmura, (for au a
wholo ho ha? not blamed thom), will i.drolt
of a truo bill. Many, m*vny of our form
ora must plead guilty with nhaiuo for thoir
want of sympathy, la not joining, nod giv
ing thoir personal and noancial support to
a good causo nud organicition, that has
bcnoflttod thom, and tho wbolo country BO
much, and it in to bp hoped thoy will y ot
repoot of their miniako, nud at first oppor
tunity enroll thomsolvoB an members, and
push on euoh a mighty work, and mike
tho grand BUCGOBB of it that they Buroly
can if they will.
Much that .'merchant ' snyo is true aud
timely, ard wo aro glnd ho has written,
hoping as ho docB, that good will como of
it. Wo wish, howovor, ho had gono a I'ttlo
further, and luid eomo of the blame at tho
door of his own OIHBS, not that, wo censuro
bim ut all, for wo buliovo ho is actuated by
tho proper motiven. Tho cotton aesoola
tion whilo largely uomposed of furinors is
opon to ovory and ?.?! professions, nono aro
exempt, since all oro tho beneficiaries
Thoreforo wc oxpeot all classes to como in
aud do thoir duty, but tho fact ?B with a
few honorablo exceptions tho nbsonco of
all except tho fm muru from tho meetings
has buou tho rule. Wo ueod their presonoo
and oounsel to ohoor us on, mid KNOW
I hoy uro wiih us
While it is truo as n clans tho morobantn
have ocatributed moro uniformly than tho
farmers, tony have not put in au appear
^?iit < it otc . ion* fot inti
.I ?. .. : . !'}.' e !,..
a much higher prico would h wa boon ob
tained for this crop.
Now whilo the formora aro repenting
thoir failures iu duty, lot tho merchants
repent thoir failures, und let us all deter
mina to como out and work hand in hand
for tho common good. "Merohant'' nr.
rai^ns farmers for their old cry of "class
antagonism," and their failure when they
aro ready to holp on iu tho work. Ho hits
hard but true, wo own up on a class, but,
Al,I. tho merchants liavo not contributed or
assisted in tho movement, HO lot us all now
ngreo to do bettor and work in harmony.
Can wo nfford to go baok to conditions
prevailing boforo tho cotton nsnnoiation put
cotton fro:i) 6 to io couts V Not only has
tho prico of cotton hoon put upon a higher
pl-ino, but tho valuo of all proporty has
advnnood groatly, thoroby ndding to tho
wo'tlth and prosperity of tho conntry. A
fow farmors cannot koop up tho organiza
tion, tho maHBos must respond, will thoy
do it ? Let all como to tho meeting called
for tho ? 71li and put thoir BIM older to tho
wheel, Buoceus or failuro deponds upon
tho notion of oach individual
Deo. io, 06. FABMBR.
AGENTS WANTED -Rev.
Sam Jones' Lifo aud Suyings, by
his wife, ?H tho biggest seller ever
published. Prico only ,$2 50 Mag
nificent outfit and right to te fri*
tory only 50 couts. Dont m isa th in
chance of your life to make money.
Circulars free. L. J Nichols &
Co , Atlanta Ga. nll-'t
A sour stomach, a hid breath, a pasty
complexion and other consequences ol'a
disordered digestion aro quickly rOIUOVod
hy the usc of Kings Dyspepsia tablets.
Two days treatm't free. Sold by Marl*
boro Prug Co.
The Democrat and McCall's
Magazine-an excollent Lndy'a
Book for $1.36
The Sunny South and the Demo
crat for only #1.60
Tho Tri-Weekly Atlanta Conati:
tut ion and DEMOCRAT one year
for only $1,75. This is the cheap
est reading war offered.
Marlboro Lodge, No. H8, A. l<\ M.
at the Inst regular communication
cloded tho following otlleors to serve
for tho ensuing Masonic year :
Dr. J F. Kinney, W M.
T. E. McCall, H. W.
F G. Hollis, J W.
H N. Pratt, Secretary
C. U OhafHu, S. I),
it. I). Reger?, .1. I).
W. H. Norris, I
A- G Sinclair, f Sto.vanta.
Ira M. Bounds, Tiler.
jN0r"Kingharny Roaljnblo Hams,
Break fust Bacon, Bool limns, Ueoi
Tongue,always nico and fresh at
W, M, Rowe's.
The Thomas Memorial Baptist
ohuroh of BeDnettsville, was tho
scene of a beautiful Wedding on
Wednesday evening D-comber 6,
1906, when Mies Margarette Breedon
the lovely daughter of'Mr. and Mrs
Oapt P. L Breeden, and Mr. J. E
B. Ho Hay, of Suffolk Va., wore
n ale man end wife. Loving hands
bad employed all skill in making thia
handsome cburob a veritable bower.
The ceremony waa impressively per
formed by Kev. Chas A. Jones, the
popular aud beloved postor of this
After tho ceremony tho bridal party
repaired to tho home of the bride
whare delightful refreshments were
saived in tho daintiest style. After
which tho happy couple left on a
B. ?fe 0 , special train for tho North.
Invitations have beau received an
nouncing the marriage of Miss Mary
Borth* Brasirgton,* daughter of Mr
and Mrs J. M. Brasiugton, to Mr
Harry W. Griffin, Jr , on T?esd?t
evening December 25th, 1906, at 6
o'clock at tho homo nf tho bri lo'?
parents in Baltimore, Md
Married ot Clio, S. C., Sunday after
noon December 9ih, 1906, by John
A. Calhoun Esq. Mr. James Ty ?er
??nd Miss Mary E. Adams-both of
Married in Brightsville on Sunday
afternoon December, Otb 1906. by
D. J). Stubbs. Esquire, Mr. Ebb ie
Owens and Miss Lizzie Beverly
daughtor of Mr. J. R. Beverly-all ol
Married at tho beautiful homo of the
bride, at ft o'clock on Thursday morn
ing December 6. 1900, by Rev. A. T
Dunlap, Mr. W. Uugcno DuR*ut of
Bisho,?ville, S C , and Miss Sl>sh'
?Eastorling, daughter of Mr. and Mri
CT Eastorling, of the Beauty Spot
. Married in this town on Wednesday
evening December 12, 1906, nt ft 30
at tho residence of tho bride, by Rev.
T. E. Morris, Mr. J. W. Tyson and
M?HB Luoia Weatherly, daughter ot
the lalo Colin Weatherly. The ha pp )
couple left on the 7 Oft 13 & C, train
for Florida and Cuba.
Married at tho M. E church in the
town of Lau ri n burg, N C., on Wed*
ne8(lav evening nt (5 p. m , December
12, 1906, hy Rev. Willis, Mr. Archie
Breeden of Bennetlsville, and Miss
Sue Covington, daughter of R R
Covington. Tho decorations were in
white and green. Mr. Tom Breedon
was best miu.
\A/l4 V USE the c o m m o n, cheap
VV il I Ter Roofing which MtOwpvo
lt relia!?U 'K .:; UH Cl ...
on any article of gold or silver or
plate in tho most up* to dido rn au nor.
Tho samples of work already done by
bim aro just lino. Call and see him.
Human Blood Marks.
A tale of honor was told by mnrks of
human blood in the. home of .1. W. Wil
liams, a well known morohant ol Bao.
Ko., Ho writes: "Twenty years ago I
had severe hemorrhages nf the lungs,
and was near death when I began tak
ing Hr. King's New Discovery. It com
pletely cured me nnd I have remained
well over nineo." It euros Hemorrhages,
Chronic Cough?. Sullied Colds and Bron
chitis, and ts the only known eure for
Weak l^ungs. livery bottle guaranteed
l>V J.'I'. Douglas Druggist, oil} and $l.0i>
Trial bottle free.
Tho following letters romain uncalled
for nb HonnottHvlllo Posloflloo :
mr S. JJ Ahlworth, C. S. Brown,
P. S. Sprie, W. M, Wilson, George
Washington. Dannel Mclieene, Bot
Thomas, Chas S Schlesinger, Fa?cy
Wilson Douglas Smith, M |A. Turner
Lewis JJ Kohn, Mairlid Keoedy,
John W Cross, C. P. McG.ilTerally
Miss Jennie Wall, Miss Rosalie
Slidan, Miss Fl ore nco Nortjn, Mrs
C. J. Patheson.
Hein//s Sweet Pickles
Shrimps, Lobsters und Devil
ed Crabs at VV. M. Rowe's
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
Having Mud in tho Proh.ito Judgo'i
0iii00 of Marlboro County my final rollin
aH Guardian of Charita II, Hood, Notice
ia hon by givon that I will apply to nair
G>>urt on tho 71I1 day of January 1907 foi
n ilnnl diRobnrtro no ?l.oh Guardian.
Dec 6lh 1906,
W. lt Drako
Citation For Lottors of Adiiiliiistration
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
MARLBORO' COUNTY-By Milton
McLsnrin, Judge of Probate.
WHKHKA8, Clarence Mohaurm an?) I). }/,
MoLaurln hath made unit to mo tr
grant unto thom LettorH of Administraci?n
of tho Kstato and Klfcots of John 1<\ Mo
Laurie, deceased ;
These aro therefore to cito and ad (DOD Ufa
nil and Hingulnr tho kindred and crediton
of tba ?aid John V. MoLaurln, deo'd, that
they bo and nppoar beforp mo in tho Court
of Probato to bo hold at Itonnottayilio on
tho 17th day of DdOerober, 1906, aftor pub
lication theroof, at 11 o'clock tn tho fore
noon, to HII?W cauHH, if any (hoy ha 'O why
Huid administration should not bo granted.
Qlvovi under my hand, thin 3d day ot
Deecmbor, A. D., 1906.
poo 6, 1006. Judge of Probate.
Tho Mouth-Tho 1 MWHUT.
Scientists aro viewing vir i the
possibility of a do tor i M i '..
soil, which some olaii
titally threaten tho
supply unless tho ex
secure nitrogen from t
and thus make possi
Already the rieh prah
a necessity, and last
used 300,000 tons,
holds ti world luounpo
r malvin!-, mat er i i
phosphate rook, stilph
rope draws it phospbai
ly from tb is section, (\
in now dominated t
market ot ISuropo titi
Strong as tho South is
cotton and iron, it ii
strong in phosphato r<
plier, and it can not o
its own soil, but suppl}
of other sections and o
tics. Great is tho Sou
- Apples, Oranges
and all other kinds of
for. Christmas, sold cl
at W. M
CST O H ANO ES, API?
NUTS of all kinds cheap
- Pire works bettor
per than over.
at W. M.
Arbor Day Exercises.
Wednesday tho 28th
(lay at tho Graded Sci
ducted by Prof Miller
the school participated \v
tiug suitablo trees for
on tho ground.
Specials at Moore's,
Canned Tripe 20c eaol
Heinzs Pickle-fresh ;
? Armour's Sausage ii
sauce only 10 couts.
Hoinzo's Whito Wino
JUST WHAT YOU A
We are now showing tl
lot of CUT GLASS to
any where. Tho price i
the quality tho BEST.
In Stationery we have
one can wish. Hooks, Pap
lets, Pons, Pencils, Blan
ami Everything in that li
Our Ding Departmen
ride in hut closo observers
ns carriage repairers and
facto re rs, say that by r
the jolting and jai ring of
ning-gear, rubber tires
the life of a vohiole.
ECZEMA AND PILE
FREE Knowing what it wm
willgivo FUER OF OA AUGE tc
tod a i>OHitivo euro for Eo/.ema, F
BryaipolaB, Pilca and Ukin Disw
fitunt roliof. Don't cutter longo
W. WILLIAMS, ,jo3 Manhattan
Yovk, Eoolose stump. [Rc
NOTICE OF APPLIC
To bnve Judge of Probate req
ns Guardian for THIU.MA
and GKOKOIANA MCDANIH)
State of South Carolina, | In
County of Marlboro, i Coi
Annie Nor tba tn, Petitioner
? l?state of Thelma McDaiiii
' Georgiana McDaniel, Infni
T<> Wboitl it May Cone
: NOTIOK Is boroby given that
' of A unie Northam has been
office of the CU-rk of thc C<
mon Pleas for Marlboro cou
purpose of having the Judg<
for Marlboro county appoint
the General Guardian of t
of Thelma McDaniel and Gt
Daniel, minors, which is s'
thc jurisdiction of this Cour
consists of real estate, willoi
of Marlhoro, of the value of
Thousand Dollars, and of ab
. died dollars due to said ni
cnied rents, ami that appin
made lo the Hon. R. C, Wfl
the Fourth Judicial Circuit
hers, to grant the prayer of
on Friday the 28tll day ol I
staut, at IO o'clock a. m
, thereafter as counsel can ht
j tice is further givcll that i
tent and responsible person
found who is willing to
r T. w. no
December ll. 1006. '
i That's tho question that i
over and over again wl|e
\i a prosont to bo chosen
> Most people ngroe thal it
i coine from a Jewelry at- r<
somehow jewelry and j
1 if those interested only I
1 we could relieve them of
1 uncertainty in a minute.
Our stock furnishos tho I
. rovcalu in a minute mme
presents than anyone cou
, at homo and recall Ina ?
So wo invito buyors of p
wo promise to make th ?
easy and their choice sat
SAM J, PK
tl KW Kl.Kit ANU
For Home Seekers
- HUMMER EDITION-1900. -
Good land, good water, good pil
li ito, good health, good schools,
od people! A variety of soils sus
itiblo of very high sta to of cul ti- I
lion and a grout divorsity of
>ps with an adundant yield when
Dporly managed. Corn, cotton,
th long and short, potatoes, both
\ oct nhdlrish, oats, popcorn, peas
1 peanuts, tomatoes, beaus and
ibagc, strawberries, cucumbers,
ons and other vegetables, poaches
pen, plums, pears, ole.
V crop of each of oats, corn, peas
I peanuts aro often raised on thc
\o land in one Season,
)iir Winters arc mild and our
liners aro not so oppressive as
her north. Sun strokes never
ir. Thc thermometer rarely
hes 95 in thc shade. Water is
itone and healthy-chills and
iou! Fevo" aro rarely heard of.
I and rabbit shooting is good,
ir game, including squirrels,
turkeys and sonic deer in thc
ips of tho larger streams,
'hool and church facilities good,
ng is a dry county by local op
Its population increased 42
cut, in ton years.
txley, tho capital of Appling
ty, is situated on tho Southern
lad, about 118 miles from
n and 72 miles from Bruns
, and has an agricultural conn?
lat will make it thc largest
between those two cities. It
I ready largo business possibil
-twenty-five Mercantile estab
onts, 2 banks with a paid-up
I of $110.000, a complete sys
of waterworks that supplies
i\vn with pure, artesian water.
; aro Methodist, Baptist and
egational ein? relics in thc
a new $12,000.00 school
ing, and excellent corps of
irs, a thorough course of stu
omprisiug ton grades. Tui
i know of no bettor land bar
in thc world than in this sec
; school and church facilities
od fora spoycely settled coun
vcry community having a
deriving thc benefit of thc
fund. Our section is male
nd progress along those, linos
population is rapidly incrcas
. >. 86 245 ocres, improved price $7,50
?. 90 ;s i s ncres, improved price >lo
?. 91 250 acres, improved price 1500.
). 93 700 acres, improved price
>. 94 300 acret, unproved price #1500.
?. 102 490 acres, improved price
). lo3 /.soo acres, unimproved price
I per acre.
>. 106 490 acres, unimproved price
?. Ill 237 acres, improved price
o. 115 490 acres, improved price
o. 117 one tract, (titree lots) in town
Maxley price $275.50.
o, l ls-Mo acres, unimproved, price
Kl per acre.
o. 163 1479 acres (three lots one lot
. MTOVCd price 53.75 per acre.
Io. 162 1960 acres, unimproved, price
Kl per acre.
>'<>. 170*2006 acres hardwood timber,
s'o. 17 1 7c acres, improved price $1000
\To. 173 159 ncres, partly in town, hu
n ed, price SI 700.0(1
No. 174 550 acres, Improved, price
No, 176 471 acres, improved price
,00 per acre.
No. 177 2lK) acres, improved price
No, 179 490 acres, Ulliuproved price
.25 per acre.
No. 1S1 200 acres, improved price
1.00 per acre.
No. 183 100 acres, improved, price
No. 183 490 acres, Unproved, price
>.()() per acre.
No? 'Si 1-..', several dcsireable town
?ts 100,00 per lot, or $200.00 per acre.
No. 1S7 loo acres, improve)) price
No. 1SS 245 acres, unimproved price
No, 190 1522 1-2 acres, improved price
6.00 per acre, an excellent bargain.
No. 191 177 1-2 acres, improved price
8.50 per acre
No. 192 6S5 acres, improved price
110.50 per acre.
No. 196 415 acres improved price $8.00
No. 200 232 ailis, improved price
No. -:'>1 122 1-2 acres, improved price
No. 2(>2 49(i acres, improved price
No, 201 470 acres, unimproved price
No. 295 12S 3-4 acres, unimproved
?rice 6.75 per acre.
No. 20'/ 490 acres, improved price
0.00 per CC] 0.
No, 2?IS '19(1 acres, improved price
Np 209 5-6 o? Block oil U. St. hi
Huxley, iniproycd 210 x 250 price 1750.
T|lO prleos on many of these pro
positions will bo materially ad van
led after January Fist,if not sold hy
hat linio. On sonic them wo can
?ive liberal terms; others are cash,
[mpfovemonts on some of them,aro
.'xoellent; others arc ordinary. Sonic
voil timbered and others npt? so
r(\(n\, Homo convenient to rail
.oud and town; othors aro not so
, ?onvenient, but bargains in all.
VVri/o for full descriptions contain
ed ir/ our Home Seekers Guido.
H. C. Nowton ?fe Coi
Treasurer's Offloo Marlboro County
?ouuottevlllo, 8. O , Sept 27, 1906.
NO HOB is hereby ?Ivon (bat tho Books]
for the oolleotlon of Taxes for Marl
boro county for tho flsoal year commencing
Jami ?ry ist, 1906, will be opoued nt the
Troasuror's rftlon io Bounottsvllle OM MOD
day Ootobor 15th, 1906, and retrato open
until Dooember 31st, 1906 A penally will
bo obargod on all tux.m remaining unpaid
at tbat dato. Tho tollowlug is tho lovy
Stute tux 5 mills I
Onlinnry county tnX OJ mills
Cot-Htitutioual Sobool 3 mills
To! ni lovy
( i railed
Boy kin "
A Poll Tux of ON IC Dor.r.AU on nil malo
porsona between tho a;;os of M and ?o
years, exoept confedorato Holdiorn, and
those otherwise exempt by law.
Commutation Hoad Tax of Ono Dollar,
all nblo bodied mnlo porsoni betwoon tho
ages of lg bod 50 yoars Stld tax duo
between ibo 15th of Ootobor, 1906, and
March i, 1907.
J. H. THOMAS,
Treasurer Marlboro County,
Now a-dnys than over before. No
doubt of it. People used to think
that the wearing of glnssos should
he put oil'as long as possible.
We know better now. Wo apply
every known agency for tho relief
and cure of eye weakness, and there
are uni lu id H in common uso to day
which woren't heard of even ten
Now we commence to right eyesight
just as st/on ns it begins to go
wrong. Now school children hy
the hundred wear glasses. Aud it's
wise and proper, too.
Let us tell you what shape your
eyes are in. . -
SAM J. PEARSON,
JKWH.RU & OPTICIAN:
HANDS TO CUT 10,000 Grose Ties.
Will pay a liberal price for same.
Apply to J. A. DRAKE,
Btnuettsville, S. C.
I Am Still Ropairing ORGANS,
SEWING MACHINES & CLOCKS.
A1.1. my work guaranteed to give
satisfaction or no pay. Can furnish
any missing or broken parts of any
Machine on tho market.
Will do your work al your home,
if preferred, where yon can SEE I P
DONK, and TEST IT before paying
Uennettsville, S. C,
l A IB HAVE SEVBHA L DESIRABLE
XV L'AltMS FOR SALE and two or more
tor rent to tho right parties, All sltuatod
".car Fayetteville, good schools, good
water. Apply to
W. T Cook it Co ,
Fayetteville, N C.
City Tax Notice.
OTIOK is hereby given that the hooks
for tho collection ol' City Taxes on
Kcal Estate and Personal Property i-i now
upon am) will remain open until thc Gist
day of January I0?'.\ after which time
they will he closed and penalty added.
Tho rates are as follows :
Ift els on $100 for ordinary purposes
21 0(9 " " to pay Int K U. B.
(J els '' " to create sinking fund
for tho Kaihomi Bonds
ls els " " Int. on V, li- Hoods
8 els " " to create sinking fund
lo relire R L. Hoods
Total (18 cts on $i<)() lor all purposes
Nov. 1, Od. Oily Clarie.
i horeby warn any and nil persons from
hiring or harboring iriy wife, [OULLA
HARRINGTON, who has left her home
without any cause whatever. I will en
force tile law against any and all persons
Mho violates or disregards this notice.
Dec 6, '06. G, G. HARRINGTON,
Ihereby warn any and nil persons from
Hiring or Harboring my who, JANE
CA MP BULL, who has loft homo without
iny oat)8Q Whatever? I will enforen tho
law against any ono who violates or dinrT).
gards Olia notice. At last noeonnta sbo
was working for Aaron Morrison on Mr. T.
I). Mccall's CoRnnabam place.
Nov. 26, 1906. ENOCH E. OAMPMti.L
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
Es'f BLtftABRTU TuiiNAOK.
HAVlNti flied In tho Probato Judgo's Of
nco of Marlboro county my Anal return
as Executor of tho Estate of Hr.r/.AiutTir
TUNNACK, Notioo is heroby glvon that I
will npply to said Oonrb on tho 19th day
of Dooombor 1906, for n Final Disobarge
as such Exooutor,
A. K MoMTYlVB, Bx'or,
HovimbM i pi liie?.
TO MY FRIFNDSI
I want you to conic
in my Store and sec
what Good Things i
have fov yow*
1 will do my best to
treat you right.
my line of
is now complete
Hy Staple and' Fancy
ls also complete, with
Benn ellaville S. ?,
r->:;K(i 1, Pion.
? . r. & - -v-^<( mm
TY aie n mis space
For New Arrivais
BEKNETTSVILLE MERCANTILE CO'S.
HORSES a? lEES.
H. B. FULLER, Successor to FULLER BROS., is
now 'in thc West BUYING STOCK for his STABLES IN
BENNETTS VI LLE, and thc now invoice of Horses ?lld
Mules will arrive in BenncttsviUe APRIL 24th.
A ?TER Tins DATE I will keep my STABLES
well filled with a select lot of Nice Horstes!
and Mules louring the entire summer.
Give me a call before buying elsewhere.
I WILL SELL ON SHORT PROFITS- QUICK HALES,
Large supply of Buggies, Wagons
OM HAND AT A LL TIMES.
April 19, 1906. H. B. FULLER.
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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 tho first few doses, the hair sheds, and the new
coat is always sleek and glossy.
Ashcraffs Condition Powders are packed in dows,
witho.it "filler," and good for horses and mules only.
It is a most powerful tonic and appetizer, being tho
formuhu of a practical veterinarian of over a quarter of a century's
experience, It is easily the foremost remedy in its class on tho
Amorican markot to-day. Prlco 25 couts package.
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