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jjMKNNl?TTavil.T.l?, K, C.
JViday January ll, ?90.7.
.??0^2V - - - Editor
PS9T AND SCriSSOIt&ItAFHS
Senator Tillman is at homo on
account of sickness.
Bishop W. W. Duncan is repor
ted quite ill in Spartauburg.
Birmingham, Ala., gets tho
Sub-treasury. Columbia lost by
Dr. H. C. Judson ot Furman
university lies critically ill in
The '.bankrupt'' dispensary con
tinuos to pay big dividonds to tho
state and many of its cities and
counties. That "bankruptcy"story
was the silliest canard over used
iii a 'political campaign.-Colum
Commercial fertilizers will be
MOMIO higher this yoar than last.
High priced labor is tho chiof
?cant?o of tho advanco. In Chile,
whore tho greater portion of the
nitrate of soda supply is obtained,
there is trouble iu scouring labor,
and in South Carolina, Florida
and Teun?seee, tho phosphate
deposits aro being worked with
All persons who have subscri
bed to Mr. Wood, Miss Mathe
son, or others for Hie benefit of
Ahe Confederate Monument are
hereby notified to immediately
snake payment of their respect
ive subscriptions to me as the
Treasurer of Marlboro Chapter
V: ?. C.
Mrs K. M. NEWTON,
Treas Marlboro Chapter,
U. D. C.
JBennettsville, Jan. 7, 1907.
The Genoral Assembly convon
.od Taeeday at 12. Richard Wha
ley of Charleston was oloctod
epeaker of tho House over Mr. D.
D. McColl by a voto of G4 to 55.
"T. 0. Hamer was reelected Clerk.
Colo lileaso is president of the
Booato pro tom.
Among the now bills are the
.?jolttoi ' it!
joy a ? iou*** .
Major B A. Mclutyre and daugh
ter, who spent tho holidays delight
fully, with relativos and friends in
Florence, Marion and Marlboro, have
returned to their home, at Bethel
Military Academy, Virginia. The
improvement and advanco made,
Along nil lines, since his last visit, a
I year ?go, ho said, was indeed, mar
. jvelous. Ile was especially impressed
fcy^the proud development of Clio,
aha the business energy and capacity
of her citizeus, which found express
ion in stores, rivalling, in magnitude,
those of active city centers and ?iso,
the magnificent private residences.
His visit to Marion, hi? old homo,
was brief, but sufficiently lengthy,
for him to grasp the friendly hands
of tho companions of his youth, and
to know they are, at the front in all
enterprises, which have culminated
in her present commanding position
in finauoial and social features. He
?regretted that the inclemency of the
weather douied him thu pleasure ol
seeing more of Beunettsvillo and his
friends, many of whom arc remem
bered with sentiments, of tho tender
<est consideration. Ho and daughter
with others wont to tho factory, where
Ahoy mot moat cordial reception from
the uiauagor who courteously conduc
ted thom, through tho plant from
.which thoy loamed much of tho deli
?ato nu'ni pu h?.t iou hy machi nory, ol
the raw material necessary, to make
commercial! fabrics. Tho Mnjrr't
visit W. s too limited from professional
obligations to take in McColl, Bleu
keira, Uod JiluIf, Tatum, and othoi
Walesduy lu January.
Tho first Monday in January
1.007 brought to our town thc
largest crowd that has boon soc)]
boro in yoars, and to thc credit ol
our town government bo it mud
it was tho most orderly in years.
Tho oxhibi'.s of poultry and
pigs were fino. Mr. Charlie Mc
Call nad ?ovoral pairs of tho
Duroo-Jorey ?pig?, 4 months old,
that sold liko hot mkon ut $20 ii
Messrs D. ?. Covington and JJ,
C. Newton got tlie bluo ribbon on
?uff Kocks and Whito Wyan
d ot tea,
The Sheriff and Clerk both sold
property at prices .that indicate
good ti mos.
The Htock market was ?lush and
/some fair trades were made.
A maa with a lot of knife sharp
?nora hold u good crowd all day
?od while giving lessons on tho
oise of emory sold filen to sharpen
?all kind? of blades.
Thc Lumber ton Vender of no
\iiom was hore and did well. Hhow
ring that neither Christmas nor
tthe Carnival got al,l tho money.
The day was a lovoly one und
gtaS8ud off pleasantly.
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,i&i/&l/i$..r?lAXf ?ti 4Sbja?MD u*>**> jon .CK ,o,
THE CLOSING YEAR.
Gito. D. PRKNTICK IN WASHINGTON STAR.
.Tis tlie Midnight's holy hour, and silence now
Is brooding, like n gentle spirit, o'er
The still mid pulseless world. Hark ! on thc winds
Tlie bell's deep notes are swelling. 'Tis tba knell
Of tlie departed year.
No funeral }rain
Is sweeping pst; yet on tlie stream and wood,
With melancholy light, the moonbeams rest \
Like a pale, spotless shroud; the air is stirred,
As by a mourner's sigh, and on yon cloud,
That floats so still and placidly through heaven
rue spirits of the seem to stand
Young Spring, bright Sununer.Autuiun's solemn for in,
And Winter with Iiis aged locks and breathe
In mournful cadences, that come abroad .
Like tlie far wind-harps wild and touching wail
Gone from the earth forever.
'Tis a time
For memory and for tears. Within the deep,
Still chambers of Hie heart a specter dim,
whose tones are like the wizard voice of time,
Heard from tlie tomb of ages, points its cold
And solemn finger to flic beautiful
And holy visions that have passed away
And left no Shadow of their loveliness
On tlie dead waste of life. That specter lifl
Tlie coffin lid of hope and joy and love,
And bending mournfully above the pale
Sweet forms that slumber there, scatter dead flowers,
O'er what has passed to nothingness.
Has gone, ard ? itli it many a glorious throng
Of happy dreams. Its mark is on eacli brow,
Its shadow in each heart. In its swift course
It waved its scepter o'er the beautiful
And they are not. It laid its pallid hand
Upon tlie strong man, and the haughty form
Is fallen, and the flashing eye is dim.
It trod the hall of revelry, where thronged
The bright and joyous, and the tearful wail
Of stricken ones is heard, where erst the song
And reckless shout resounded. It passed o'er
Tlie battle-plain, where sword and spear and shield
Plashed in the light of midday- and the strength
Of scried hosts is shivered, and the grass,
Green from the soil of carnage, waves above
Tile crushed and mouldering skeleton, lt came
And faded like a wreath of mist at eve ;
Yot, eve it melted in the viewless air,
It heralded its its millions to their home
In the dim land of dreams.
Remorseless Time I
Fierce spirit of the glass and scythe I-what power,
Can stay him in bis silent course, or melt
His iron heart to pity ? On still on
He presses and forever. Tlie proud bird,
The condor of tlie Andes, that can soar
Through heaven's unfathomable depths, or brave
The fury of tlie northern hurricane
And bath Iiis plumage in the thunder's home,
Furls his broad wings at nightfall and sinks down
To rest upon his mountain-crag -but Time
Knows not the weight of sleep or weariness,
And night's deep darkness has no chain to bind
His rushing pinions. Revolutions sweep
O'er earth like troubled visions o'er the breast
Of dereamlllg sorrow ; cities rise and sinK
Ivikc bubbles on the water ; fiery isles
Spring, blazing from the ocean, and go back
To their mysterious caverns ; mountains rear
To heaven their bald and blackened cliffs and bow
Their tall heads to the plain ; new empires rise,
Gathering the strength of hoary centuries,
And rush down like the Apina avalant e,
Startling the nations ; and the very stars,
You bright and burning blazonry of God,
Glitter awiiile in their eternal depths.
And, like tlie Pleiad, loveliest of their train,
Shoot from their glorious spheres, and pass away,
To darkle ill the trackless void ; vet Time,
Time, the tomb-builder, holds his fierce career,
Dark, stern, all pitiless, anti pauses not
Amid tlie mighty wrecks that strew his path,
To sit and muse, like other conquerers,
Upon the fearful ruin he lias wrought.
equipped it accordingly and it
awaits your ordors.
It turns doubtful, crrutio
Watches and oloeks into rcliablo
It transforms tho usole.?9 into
Brooches and Rings and Pins and
lllmiiiu, and whatever clsr needs
thc attention of skillful workman
ship, can bo loft with our repair
department with a certain knowl
edge that it will receive
intelligent aud prompt
And little jobs are just as welcome
8AM J. PEARSON,
JEWELER AND OPIIOIAN.
Marlboro Chanter No. 30 R. A M.
The following officers for tho new
year wore elected and installed last
T. E. McCall, E. H. P.
P. G Hollis, IC.
W. J, Crosland, S.
D. C. Pate. C. H.
E. P. Millor, P. S.
R, M. Pratt, R. A, C.
S. J. Pcaraou, M. 3d V.
J. A. Fa ison, M. 2d V.
E Powers, M. 1 V.
J T. Douglas, Treasurer.
H. E. Stockton, ?Secretary.
li. F. 8hultz, Sentinel.
AUttOVA LODGE No M. CLIO.
Tho following officers havo been
oleoted ?nd installed fur the new vcar.
D. McQueen, W. M.
E. M. Queen, 8. YV.
B. C. Oottinghan, J. VY.
T. A Covington Secretary,
Levi J voy Treasurer.
J. T. Stanton, S 1).
J W. Carmicha! J. D.
F P Stanton [ ... ,
J. T. Loe, J Steward^
Joso]>h Parker Tiler,
Changes For 1907.
Mr. A. C. Gilchrist, who has
for uoyeral yon.T overneod tho
C. M. Weatherley farm has moved
to town and lives nje?t door to E.
Powers on Marshal street.
Mr. H. P. Woodley ]of Hebron
has moved to 1 >uleo. JS?. C.
Mr. fannie Pearson bas moved
back to Hennettsvillo and lives in
iho^traus/i ,co,tta^o fm King Street
Marriod by 0, A, Brown
Married Sunday January 0 1!)!)7.
at tho residence of C A. Brown, N.
" /led hy the sumo Henry ThotUSfl
to irene /douglas-both colored.
Married,) annul y S?}, at tho rcfci
I dence of'C A, Brown, N. P., and by
j the samo Flan Wilson ol'Georgia to
Mary Elja F?llt r-both colored.
organs ol' tho body, is it an; vroudor
that they sometimos rebel?
li' you suspect thai your eyos aro
rebelling, you should huvo them
attended to at onco.
Only au export optician with every
needful appliance should bo permitted
to examine your eyes. A little
mistake may moan a big mistake in "
Wc os amine eyes accuratoly, fit
glasses corrootly, and oliargo for
nothing but thc glasses.
SAM J. PEARSON,
JEWKLKR & OPTICIAN:
Tho postoi?lco has been moved
back to tho old stand on tho Wost
sido of tho public square, whore
there ia plenty of room and every
Tho building just vacated will
bo fitted up for tho uso of tho now
Mr. J, 0. Hubbard has moved
his Bottling WorkH to tho build
ing three doors south of the Dom*
Tho legislature convened on
Tuesday, and the only advice that
Tho Advertiser oilers to the able
Solon? in that they pass as few
laws ns possible and como home.
You too would hftvo to build
'wiKKor barun if you would
miiv listen to .? m, DM Mini "in
crouse your yields per ?oro"
by cnrichiiiK your Bull and feeding
your plant! with that wondor-v/orkor,]
It lifts boon tho tremendous lucoai?
of ninny fnrinoru all over tho South,
who uturtod lil? with only a few aoroi
ui>(4.1 r>no-horso plow. Now,nitorUSIIIK
ihei? futttU/vrn for many vein B, thous
l?miloruuYe Hop. ifP/.d whntthoysnyin
om 'iii minino. AUH your1 dOi)hn? for it or I
send do. ?it ?inuiPH i<> im/ vttm ul nt viii,
Iiiiii; and pontage <>n a cony. Ho tuvo
and auk for V?rglnia-Cnrulina j.u
/A/.; and nccopt no subatltuto.,
Vir?lnla?v<uolln? Chemical Co.,
1 in i liam . N. 0.
Charleston, H. C.
Yield* jpQf ?cr?
? un 'ii ii mi li. Or.
Memphis, 'J vim.
aie&i Subscription ?ffer Ever Made in THIm Gmmig
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rVlarlboro D emocrat
My Constitution fa The Fermera9 Every*Other?l??my Poper
bree Numbers Each9 Week, All filled With Best Motter
tive order that
al and practica
conducted by <
(2.) WEDN] m
views of strang
The first page n
both North and Bout
well bo Bhowh on
printed in colors on
s of greatest intorest. The Farmers'
J in tho interest of the great coopera
tivo tho farmer's economic, education
he Farm and Farmers' Department,
news of course. The R. P. D. Carriers'
lumn and The Letter of Travel, giving
their homo-land customs.
. (8.) FRIDAY.-Tho Balance o? the news. 'All the news. The
"Woman's Kingdom, the Children'0 page, conducted by genial Aunt
Busie, the beat of all the home writers. <
Fo-ery number of The Tri-Weekly gives the market reporte, of the
two days' interval between issues and keeps one posted right up to
An instalment of the month's story
from the great $150,000 set of serials, A half page Mt of comics from
the moment our press turts.
from the great $150,000 set of serials, A halt page
some of dote greatest humorist artista of the day.
Thc Newt HomeiLibrary WallTChart
lorod county may of
ll the data that can
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sions, and a map of ike Republic of Panama, and a splendid
United States map. About the bolder ol this aheet wo glva
the Presidents of th? United State?. ^?^m^0^P^m
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lands and waters of tho globe projected without divisions
Into hemispheres, lt shows also a map of tbs Uaitod States
representing tko aseesstoac of territory. It als? skew? po??
trait? of tia? miara of th* world. It givfts alto ? topograpkis
relief map of Ike Russo-Japanese war with ill? ktstery af ll
from ths Bowran oe of th? diplomatie reiaUeak.
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any mngar.lno. During 1000-7 Spero M?mente will print a
series of articles undor tho titlo, ''Tho Last Days of tho Con
federacy. " Theso articlns will ooatain tb? personal reminis
cences of Mrs. Jefferson Davis.
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THE MARLBORO DEMOCRAT, Bennettsville, S. O.,
to put on trio market ou or <;> imo
pigs. When you got ready write
Long: Live Thc King-!
is (lie popular cry throughout European
countries; while in America, tho cry ol'
present day is ''Long live Dr. Kiug's
New Discovery, King of Throat and
Lung Keinddies." of which Mrs .Julia
Ryder Faino, Truro, Mass., says: *'lt
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Paulo's opinion is shared by a majority
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A Memorable Day.
One o?' thc days wc remember with
pleasure, as woH ?s willi profit to our
health, is tlie ono on which wc become
acquainted With Dr. King's New Lifo
Pills, the painless purifiers that cure
headache and biliousness, and keep tho
bowels right. 2.r>c. at J. T. Douglas Drug
A wonderful Happening.
Pori Byron. N. Y., lias witnessed one
ol'ibo most K;II),likable casos of healing
ever recorded, Amos K. King, of I li ti t
pl ice says: "Buokleri's Arnica Salvo
cured o ??oro on my leg with which I
bad suffered (.vcr SH years. I am now
eighty five." (iuarantcod lo euro all
sores, by J. T. Douglas Druggist 2f>0.
Prepared for tho Work.
Mr. S. J. Pearson, the Jeweler, hits
now one of thc latest improvement
for engraving your name or initials
on any article of gobi or silver or
plate in the must up*to dale iou.mer.
The samples ol' work ul ready done hy
him are just line, ('ail and see him.
"T nomby Waiil any ann an pi
*** I > i i i ii ir or harboring my so
MCOALIJI somodiiws nailed .J.n
who has left bomb without Ol
sont. Daniel' ?N
.Jan. 1907. ll
AT A BARG/
Ono Marc-goo;! Ihivor
One one j.oiMO Wairnn anil }
One IvV(011 (lotion If h t) I Ol '
Une ( 'b.lUanooga :> horse Vi
Ono Acme (Inane DistrihuU
OHO, W. WAI
January :1, 1907,
nil who vi?lalo this not ico.
JOHN ll. TOWNSEND,
Prest Marlboro Hunting Club.
December L>S, 1900,
/H?f Pipes and Smokers Supplies in
endless variety cnn bo found ut J. T?
Douglas' Drug Store.
Tho Newton Tills
Those great blood and liver
regulators are known over
Marlboro. For the convenience
of his customers he has left a
few boxes at this oilice where
they can get them.
Every Farmer should have one of
tiloso Donaldson Drills. See his ad.
MR. FULLER KEEPS THEM
Rubber-tired yehicles arc grow
ing in popularity. They aro not
only much more comfortable to
ride in but clono observers, as woll
as carriage repairers and manu*
faoturors, say that by reducing
tho jolting and jut ring of tho run
ning-gear, rubber tires prolong
tho lifo o? a vehicle.
JUST WHAT YOU WANT
Wo are now showing tho niocst
lot of OUT GLASS to bo seen
any where. The prico is 1<0W,
tho quality tho BEST,
In Stationery we have all any
one cnn wish. Books, Pajor, Tab*
lets, Pens, Pencils, Blank books
and Evorything in that lino,
Our Drng Department is al?
way!? our pride, ?vorytbing yon
need, we ?apply.
Prescription work aSpooialty.
Wileys (>?iody, Always fresh.
Bennet Oville. Phar limey.
WA\mX AND l>||/Ki HI RU
FREE. Knowing what it was to futt'or, 1
will tfivo PftBH OP OA \ HO li to any altho
tcrf a positive eure for Bcssoma, Bait Itliemu
Erysipelas, P?HH atid Skin DiSOASeS. In
stant roliof. t).>n't sailor longor, write V.
W. WILLIAMS, .joo Manhattan Avonuo, N
Yovk, Bnoloso stamp, [8opt 20, 06
STRAYED OR STOLEN.
One o; oe ni colored Jo sy Cow with
bunin on her barns
Also (ino dark colored Heile?, with
Bomo small white spots on her side,
and hus short horns.
Will libually reward any ono who
will re uni same or furnish in lonna
f}op t} : at will I dad lo their recoyery.
J. ii. ltUksTK?S, ,rr. .
Phone 2f), J King?.
Deo, %, 190(1.
Fayoi'ovillo, N. C.
City Tax Notice*
TM0J1CE is hereby given that tho books
i\ lor tito collection ol' City Taxes on
Heal ICsiatonod Personal Property is now
open atnl will rent tin open until tlic iii M
day ol'J anual v 1907, afier wliich lime
llicy will be closed and pen ally added.
Thc rates are as follows :
ir> cts on S1 oo for ordinary nu'noses
21 eis " " to pay 1 nt K lt. B,
ti cts " " to cr?aie blukint" lund
for tho Railroad Bonds
18 cts " " Int. on E L Hoods
8 cts " " to create smkiog land
to retire K L. liouds
Total 08 cts on $i00 for all purposes
Nov. 1, 00. City Clerk.
Citation For Letters of Administration
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Marlboro-By Milton
McLauriu, Judge of Probate.
TTSTIIKHKAS, Willie C. Carlisle hath
* ? tn ado suit to mo to grunt unto liini
Lottos ol' Administration of tho Estate
of and E fleet s of Miss Sallie W, Cook,
Those are therefore to cite and ndinon?
?shall and singular tho kindred and Cred
itors ol'the said Miss Sallio W. Cook, (ION
ceased, that they be and appear before
me, in tho Court, of Probate to be held at
Bonnottsvillo, S. C., on tho loth day ol'
January, after publication thereof, at ll
o'clock in the forenoon, to show cause, if|
any they have, why thc said Adminis
tr?t ion should not he granted.
(liven under my hand, tho 1st day of
January, Anno Domini, 1907.
Jan. 3, 1907. -Judge ol' Probato
ft COMPOST DRILL
thal will thoroughly pulvor?zo and evenly
distribute I'Join ono hundred pounds to
ten tons per acre. Made in two sizes.
Por salo by J. T. DONALDSON.
Drako, S. C.
Agent for Marlboro county.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Kata io of JAMKH IL WADDELL,
VFOTtOE is hereby given to all pnrlies
Ll having claims against tho OSlatO of
.Janies ll. Waddell, deceased, to pr?sent
thom duly attested ; and ali persons in
debted lo said estate to make immediate
payment to tb ; undersigned.
(ico.' Wi WADDELL. Adnu.
January 1st 1907.
?&y Ringhams) Rouliablo Hams,
Breakfast Bacon, Bee! Horns,1 Booj
Tongue?always nice and frosh at
W. M. ltotf?'4.
?j^fjurof''? Of??o jyiiull?jro Cou pty ?
(.<(.:.-. ..:iu-w?.h., H. O., Sopt ../., ip, I
J;."! iii 1 < t:'. v ."..i,n ! lu.- Lh'i ''->okn !
\\ ?""i .1. . <:i ?otlo'n o? 'J '. \?.i tor 'oLvl-I
; . i HM ! I . Ibloa? Vont < -ni?i;'.1 ;rjV?jgj I
January int, igoG, will bo oponod at the
Treasurer's otlloo in Bounettsvillo on Mon
day Octobor 15th, 1906, and romain opon
until Docombor 310t, 1906. A penally will
ho charged on all taxos remaining unpaid
at that dato. Tho iollowing is tho levy
Stute tax 5 mills
Ordinary county tax 6J milla
Constitutional Behool 3 mills
Total levy 14? milla
Bonncttaville Graded 4 mills
Tatum apooial, 4 milla
McOoll special, 4 mille
Boauty Spot " 3 milla
Salem *' 3 milla
Lester " 2 J "
Briichtfivillo " 2 J *
Boykin u 2A '?
Olio special 2 i "
Kollock epooial 2? "
Ilobron special 2 mills
Harmony Bpocial 2 mills
Antiooh special 2 mills
Willis Hpcoinl 2 mills
Kbuuo/.or sp?cial 2 mills
Clio Bonds 4 mills
A Poll Tax of ON ic DOM.AU on all malo
persons botweon tho ages of 21 and 60
years, except ooufodorato soldiors, and
thouu otborwiso exotnpt by law.
Commutation Road Tax of Ono Dollar,
till ublo bodied malo persons botweon tho
Ogca of 10, and 50 years. Said tax duo
[botweon tho 15th of Outober, 1906, and
March 1, 1907.
J. II. THOMAS,
Treasurer Marlboro County,
Ad li NTS WANTED-Hov,
Sam .TOUCH' Lifo and Sayings, by
his wife, ia tho biggost sollorovoi
published. Price only $2.50 MUR
ni (icc ni; outfit and right to to rr i
tory only 50 cents. Dont miss thii
chunco of your lifo to make money
Circulara free. L. J. Nichols &
Co., Atlanta Ga. nU-'t
JUiaT" Itch cnied in 80 minute!
by Wool lord'a Sanitary Lotiot
Never tails. Sold by J. T
Douglas Druggist, Bennetts
ville, S. (J.
I Am Still Repairing ORGANS.
SEWING- MACHINES & CLOCKS
AlJj my work [juara n teed 1?) g'Vl
eatisfaotiot) or no pay. Can furninl
any missing or broken parta of an;
Machino on ihc market.
Will do your work nt your homo
if preferred, where you can 8KI0 1
DON IO, and TEST IT before p?yln?
Bonnetlavilje, 8. 0,
II ANDS TO CUT 10,000 Croge Ti?
Will pay a liberal price for Hame.
A high-class remedy for hoi
and mules in poor condition
in need of a tonic. Builds s<
muscie and fat ; cleanses the
tem, thereby producing a smo
glossy coat of hair. Packec
doses. 25c. box. Sold by
fimith Newton, BonnottBvi)
MoColl Drug Co., MoLV
Sonboard Interchangeable Mil
Better Than Ever.
Tho Seaboard Air Line in'
changeable mileage tickets r
on salo, will after July 15th i
ibo good over tho Central of Gt
gia, Georgia Southern and F'
ida,Norfolk and Southorn, Atl
tic and North Carolina and 1
ginia and Carolina Coast r?e
five now additions, making a
tal of twenty-oight lines in
ropresontatiug nearly 20, Ifll
You do not havo to delay y
purcha80, but Seaboard interchi1 ..
geable mileage herotoforo s 1
and now on sale will bo good o
I the additional road? after J illy t 5,
regardless of dato pinchas- xl.
Purchase your miioago tick
from tho Seaboard Air Lino ri) !
For furl her information wiito
W. L BURROUGHS. T, p, /
Columbia, H (
THE BuslnofiH rooonliy known ?P I hi
ULK) NOVELTY- MAN UFO if
RING CO , will horoalfci ho know? ,??.
TIIIC CLIO NOVELTY MANU F
TURING WORKS, wiih F. II. IVViV
solo ownor and duootor,
Th? lulpst improved wood work i
luaoliinoH aro being plaood for doin
kinds of Novelty work for buildors ui
Heines Sweet Pickles
Shrimps, Lobsters and Devi
ed 0 ra bs ntW.M. Row e'
WI I y J ?SK the com mon, ch
il I Tar Roofing, which isaiw..
unsatisfactory,1 WHEN you c?n
a reliable "Kock and Glass-Coat' I
[Woning for lons than cost of ShiiiRlt
Qoo us or write tor s imple- prie