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BENNBTT?YILLB, S. O,
? Y 8. A, MttOWN A CO.
Office on Marion Street Opposite
Friday February 1, 1907.
Our Town Government.
MAYO?...p A, Hodges
41 AW>RMMKNWP. Breeden, Jr, 0. 8
^Jhattui, A, Q. Sinclair, E.Powers.
CLERK & TlU?ASURER-MUtCR Mc
Ijnriu, Office >pen daily,
|.VL!OK- W T Kelly, WM Alklosoo
M. ri bor < County O fleer e.
'il tuttiT -?1 . IS. Groen
0 lt's ag on -riiT-J. A. Drake
iii oo/ or P.-umATK-M. MoLaurio
Conon Ka- ?, \. McCall
SuPKttV . 'rank Manntet, Jr.
3ni?i, li . i 0 v : OM-A. L. Eaeterliog
l'h te A su ti KU-N. B. Hogers
Ali?, ?VOR-Jamos P. Campbell
8?NAXOR--Thoa. I. ltogora
.IKPRKSBNTATIVKS-U. D. MoColl, Jr.
J J. Lauo, J. P. Gibaon
>W-.?U?.*?*8-C. D. Kastorliug, and
V?. LcGrand, Bonnettaville,
ll. L. MoLaurin, MoColl
John A. Calhoun. Olio.
Jr. J.'Atkinson, Blonhoim,
. P. Stubbs, BrightaviMo.
W. W. Irby, Smithville. "
*?tnnett?ville Church Directory
.dmiomsT-M. W. HOOK. P. C.
S . uday aohool 4 00 p- m. Preaching at
. 00 a. rn, and 7.30 p.m. Prayer meet
og Wodoosday ovoutng at 4.00 o'olook.
iH.porihtondent Sunday aohool, Phil. A.
lAPXisr-Rov.Chaa A, Jones, Pastor
I adey Behool at 10-00 ? Proaohin? Sun*
. /at 11.00 a.m., and7.30p.m. Prayoi
ettng Thursday evening at 8 o'elook.
? iperiotendont of Sunday aohool. H. W.
?assBTTXRiAM-Bunyan McLeod Ph
I , Pastor. Sorvioos every Sabbath
> maier) ll a.m, and 8 30p.m.; (wintor)
a. m. and 7.80 p. m. Prayer mooting
uraday 8 p. m. Soate free. Strangor*
dially invited. 8unday aohool ovory
? aday 10 a. m. Superintendent, P. A.
< Kellar. All parema and ohildron made
como at tho sohool.
County Church Directory,
mncttsuille Circuit Appointments
KEV. A. T. DUNLAP, P. C.
'irat Sunday-ll a.m , Pine Groy?
3 p. m., Smyrna.
^Iboood Sunday, 11a.m. MoColl
3 p. m, Beauty Spot
.'hird Sunday-ll a. m., Pine Qrove
3 p. m, Smyrna
fourth Sunday, ll a. m. MoColl
3 p. m. Boauty Spot
'4l#/)hi IfA * > 'Ult ' . ,..(/..
' 'Hil. . rr -..:<M p. m.
tebd^i Kandayj Pavri: .jun I i i
Thirvi >-JU?KV.I\ Mehren :l e. m.
hibooozer 3.30 p. m.
(fourth Sunday Parnassus ll a. m.
Ziou 3.30 p. m.
Clio Circuit Appointments^
BEV. F. H. SHULElt, P. C.
Ho-Preaching e\cry Sunday morning
at ll o'olook, Epworth League Sun
day night nt 8 o'olook. Sunday tohool
at 10 a. m. W. A Hinshaw, Supt
Prayer meeting Monday night at 8.
leulnh -Preaohing ovcry Sunday alt ai
4 o'olook. Sunday school at 3. H.
M. Jaekioo, Supt,
North Marlboro Circuit.
BEV. J. L. MULLINIX, 1\ C.
Firal Sunday, Oak Qrove, 10.30 a M.
Pleasant Hill 1.30 p tn.
Nov/ Hope, 3.30 p. ia.
Second Sunday, Shiloh 11 ?. in.
Buenezur 3 30 p, m.
Third Sunday, Now Hopo 10 30 a. a.
Pleasant mu 1 30 p. m.
Oak Qrove, 3 30 p. m.
Fourth Sunday, Ebeooatr nan.
Shiloh, 3 30 p, sa.
$ Briyhtsvilid Circuit.
REV. I'. B. INORAIIAM, P. M.
Bethel flint and thir j Sunday at ll a. m.
Boykio * ' ' . at 3 30 p m
Boy kia second and fourth at ll a m.
Auiioeb cecoud and fourth at 3 30 p m.
Directory of JBennettsville Lodges
^f^NBOMDATHD LODOI No. 15, K. ot
P., moets every second and fourth Moo*
lay nights at 7.30 o'olook.
0- W. Crosland, C. 0.
O. D. Easterling, IC of H. & S.
MARLBORO LODOK NO. 88, meets at
leDDCttavillo. Friday evening, on or be?
ore oaoh full moon ut 8 o'olook.
J. F. Kinney, W. M.
B. M. Pratt, Soorotary.
County Masonic Directory.
MARMIORO CIIAPTKR NO. 30 ll. A.
VL, meets at BennettMvillo nu tbe first
friday night after the lull moon of oaoh
" "~ T. E. McCall. II. P.
II, E. Stockton, Scoretary.
KORKKA LODO? No. 43, A. F. M.,
neeta at McColl, oaoh Saturday afteV
ooo, before tba lull moon,at 4 o'olook.
AURORA Louai No. 33, A. F. M.,
neets at Clio, Saturday on or after oaoh
all Huno at 3 o'olook, p. m.
D. McQueen. W. M.
T. A. Covioglou. Secretary.
BRUNS LODOK No. u8 meets on Fri.
lay afternoon on or before each lull
noon at Blenheim at 3 o'clock.
J. E. Rogers, W. M.
W. W. Bruce, Sec'y
twa:.1. ????!L1. .._>. ... .j . .?
Speoials at Moore's,
Canned Tripo 20c oaoh or 2 for
Heinzs Pickle--fresh and good.
Frosh jelly-assorted-only 10.
Armour'a Rana*T ia tomato
Mr. Alex. D Hinton o? Beauty
Sjoot section wa? np Wednesday
aud called with good oheer
We regret to learn that Mrs
Sponcer is quite sick at the homo
of her son Mr. E. C. Morrison
Rev. T, E. Morris of Florence
caine; up Monday and remained
over until Wednesday afternoon.
We regret wo missed seeing him.
Mr. Luther Stanton of Brights
ville was down Tuesday and call
ed to see us. The plows are get
ting busy in his section,
Mrs M. J. Brigman of (Smith
ville passed through town Friday
evening on her way to McColl to
visit her daughter Mrs Rye
Mrs Dr. Bouchier of Columbia
came over to attoud the funeral
of her son Mr. T. W. Bouchier,
and returned homo Weduesdivy
Senator T. I. Rogers came over
Monday night to attond the fune
ral sprvices of Mr. Thomas W.
Bouchier on Tuesday afternoon,
and returned to Columbia Wed
: Mr. George Powell has bought
the Wannamakor cottage in Che
raw aud will move over there
perhaps this week. George is a
good-citizen and we would like to
keep bim here
I Hov J. Walter Daniel of Sum
ter came ovor Monday and was
tho guest of Mr. C. E. Exum.un
til Tuesday evening when Bro W.
S. Martin took him in charge un
til Wednesday morning when be
With brilliant attending cere
monies tile weddiug of Miss
Martha Spears Moore, daughter
of Mrs Alice G. Moore, and Mr
WalterS. Rowe, was solemnize d
on We nesday evening January
80, 1907, iu the First Methodist
Church on Darlington street,
Rev. M. W. Hook, the pastor,
pronouncing the vows that made
this popular couple one.
The presents were numerous,
handsome and costly.
We are pleased to learn that
they will make Bennettsville
Thu ?ad new? wa? received hero
Saturday of tho death of Mr. I.
E. Cotton at tho homo of his mo
ther in tho town of Cheraw altera
?hort illness, of pneumonia. Mr.
Gaston wa? a resident of our town
for many years ns a law partner of
Capt. Thomas E. Dudley? ?nd had
a host of friuuds all over this couti
l)jed her i orn? in Bi \\ihtt Hu* ?
,71 tin i . v bi pan oil j 190 ?, -til?.-1
v'.;:or, ; itofiJ w'rs Ma^ie fy hbbs '
Jdoin, ....J :l iu... Jehu ii. ?dou?,
and a daughter of Captain T. P.
Stubbs, a well known citizen of
that township. The funeral ser
vices were hold at tho family bury
ing.ground on Friday ufternoon,
25th,conducted by her pastor Rev
P. B, Ingratiate of the Brightsville
Intelligence was received here
last Thursday of tho death of Mr.
Thomas J. Gottingham formerly
of Marlboro county, and who wout
to Wills Point, TOXUH, some years
ugo. Ho was a brother of Menem
Wilson, Harris and Henry G. Cot
tingham of this county. Ho was
tick only ? short timo with severe
caso of pneumonia.
Beimet ts vi lie, Circuit
The First Quarterly Conforencs for
Bennuttsville circuit will be held at
lioauly Spot tomorrow and .Sunday,
Feb. 2 and 3. Preaching Sutuiday
and Sunday by Plodding Kider.
Som ii Fine Beef.
Mr. Charley Covington killed two
stall-fod steers hot Friday that netted
210 pound tu the quarter. He has
twelvo moro of tho samo sort that he
will supply his trade with during tho
next mouth. He is cortaiuly lucky
tu securing some tine beef cattle for
A Serious Fall
Cesar Bowman, tho colored
lineman for tho Electric Power
Plant, fell from a soft, sappy
Eole a few days ago and badly
ruised up. He is in bed, and
it may be weeks before lie will
be abie to got to work again.
Th? following letti.1.1 remain unoullud
for nt UeniifttHville Pont?.Men :
M ALK LIST.
Charle? Smith, Jr., C. M Woy, J.
W Stanton. Thomas .luabe, Sycoiron
Graham, Mr. Maeie, John T Johnson
Henry Sandy, Wesloy Laible
PUMA LB LIST
Miss Carrie Graham, Miss Nelli*'
Dunbar, Mrs Sallie E Math? son, Misa
Lucio Rogers, Miss Vash Boarholoy,
Miss Annie Levinor, Miss Wilmer
ARE YGU H Constitution agent ?
lu there a good ono at your Postoiliee?
Did ho over solit.it your subscription V
If your field it not fully OCCUPIED,
write today lor au agettcv? Tho best
(imposition ever made to canvassers.
?ive agents wanted allover Carolin?.
Sub?cript?ons easy to tako, money in
your pocket for tvery order. Write
today, The Atlanta Constitution,
TOWN AND COUNTY NJSW3.
- Tho icc outdoors Tuesday
did not molt all day.
- When trio farmors got busy
nows items become scarce
- Next Monday is salesday and
a large crowd is oxpeeted
- The colored Methodist have
a revival meeting iu progress
-We return thanks to Rev. J.
R. Prince ipr valued favors.
- Sickness among our force
accounts for snort comings thia
-Fresh Oysters can bo had
daily now at Covington's market
on the square.
- So far, we aro glad to say,
we have escaped the sleet and
snow which caught tho up coun
- With coal at $9 and $10 per
ton, the poor folks aro finding it
pretty grate-ty to keep warm on
these cold ocornings.
Special attention is asked to tho
notice by Hon J. L. McLaurin of
a lost package of papers.
.--? The Auditor has completed
his rounds and now you must see
him at his office.
- Nice fresh eggs at
W. M. Rowe.
-? Cracker Meal for frying
Oysters. ut W. M, Rowe's
FOB SALE-Ooe Youo? Mnlntoiu ?nd
Jereoy Cow with young calf.
O. W. BULLAHU,
Nov. a6. Gibton, R F. D a
Best Buckwheat and Oatmeal
at W. M. Rowe's
Fresh Raisins, Currants and
Citron at W. M. Rowe's
- Fresh lot new ketch Mack
erel at W. M. Rowe's
9&~ Just received a nice line of Box
Paper from 25c to 50oat BoinettsviPf
Book Store, next to Dr. Faiaou'a office
tOaeou Bros., Props.
- Try a package of Chase &
Sanborn'8 Coffee, and if not the
best yon ever used, don't pay
for it-20, 25 and 35c.
W. M. Rowe
63" 8ond your Kodak Films to the
Reennettsville Book Storo and have
your pictures finished up-lo-dute at
reasonable prices. Kason Bros. l'rops.
ItS?-Write or Phone Rennettsville
Book Store, Plione No 228, when you
need any1 bing in Stationery, Books,
Magazines, Kodaks '?ml Films.
Ea&on Bros , Props
Heinz' Baked Bei? ns with to
mato sauce, always fresh
W. M. Rowe's.
- Wiley's Candies always
fresh at Bennettsville Pharma
n\r Thud inert on ?strpnt
-.viii t.atic easy
! > ill ei- iii Cl;;',.!" T. Mooro''
? my, my : wmu a nundy suit : CHU
you tell me where you got it ? ' ' Yes,
Mr. Muxey Strauss took my measure,
and he bas never failed yet.
Fresh Mack rel at CT.
i am now prepared to
furnish home made Meal and
Hominy. C. T. Moore.
Thc Charming Woman.
ia not necessary one of perfect lorin ?nd
foal urea Many a plain woman wh <
could never setve ns an artist't? model,
possesses tho-e rare <|'iuliiio>> thu all thu
world admirer*.' nea'ne>a, clear cy> s,
olean .Mumu h -Mn und (hut sprich iii
ness of step and notion (hit ajoiinpiny
irood bo > lt h. A physically wetk
woman is trevor attractive, not even to
herself. Klocirio Billers ro-toru wo ak
women, give strong nerves, bri it ht eyes
smooth, velvety akin, beautiful oom?
pi tx ion. ?uirsnteed at J. T. Dough-*
- You will not dread tho sound
of tho firo bell if you have an in
surance policy on furniture,
/jjoods, store or residenco with J.
CURES BLOOD, SKIN DISEASES, CANCER.
GREATEST BLOOD PURIFIER FREE.
Ii your blood ia impure, thin, diseased,
hot or full o? humors, If you have blood
poison, cancer, carbuncles, eating sores,
scrofula, eczema, itching, risings and
bompa, scabby, pimply skin, bone pains,
catarrh, rheumatism, or any blood or
skin disease, take Hotanic Blood hahn
(II. B. B. ). Soon All sores heal, aches
and pains stop and the blood is mude
pure and rieh. Druggist or by express
jil per large bottle. .Sample free by
writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga.
B. B, H. is especially advised for chronic,
ddep-scatcd cases, as it cures after all
TYNBR'8 DYSPEPSIA RBMBUY.
A Guarantood Curo.
If you RUlfor from Dyspepsia or Indiges>
tion in any form gaH, belohing, bitter taute
offonsivo bad breath, diezio ?pelle, ?oui
htoiuaehe, heart lliutor, nausea, gaetriti?
loa h ii;; of food, pallia or awaiting in thi
Htomaehe, baok or aido, deep teated kid*
Dey or livor trouble, thou they will dieup
poar in a ahort timo after tuking Tyuor'i
Dyapcpuia Remedy, mudo capnciully to our(
Dyspepsia, indigCHtion and all Htomauh?
Trouble?, eve? of tho Wor?t oases. Tyner'i
Dyspepsia Remedy expel?a tho gassc? am!
sweetens tho breath It eurea Biuk Head
auho, Collu and Constipatiou ut ouco. Drug
giste or by express 50 oent? a bottle Mon
oy rotunded if it falls to oure. llenrcttt
ville Pharmnoy and Marlboro Drug Co., 0]
Bonnottawillo, S. 0. Gall ou or writo eithei
f?r childr?n$ ?af9, *urp* #0 .ftinip?
Giye Him A Trial.
Elsewhere will be found th*
card of Mr. George L. Dixon, s
lirst class Tinner from Hook j
Mount, who has come to oui
town to open up a Tinshop. Ht
eau do auything in the Tin line
Call and see him In rear W. h
Pearson s J? we) ry store
r RELIGIO lia NO TEE.
Srsday School hour ajt tho Ksifctfdisi
church bas been changed to 4 p. va.
Tho hour for evening somcoa at Cb?
I churches is now 7 30 o'clock.
Prayer mooting at the Baptist ohurot
j ovary Thursday evening nt 7 30.
Prayer mooting at the Methodist ohvroh
j every Wednesday at 4.30 p. m.
Prayer mooting at Preebytertao charoo
! Tbaraday evanlog at 7 30.
The Epworth: League Prayer meeting
ts held every Wednesday evanlog ta th*
Sunday achoo! room of the Metbodlit
ohnroh at 8 o'olook. The pabilo Invitad.
Tho Presbyterian congregation
will hold their Sunday eohool and
morniug service next Sunday in the
hall adjoining the Hotel Skye Ali
ATTENTION GUARDS !
The Marlboro Guards are or
dered to assemble at the Ar*
mory-every member ready
for duty-not Inter than 7 30
Munday evening February 4th
This meeting is urgent, and
ali are expected to attend. Don't for
Jet the hour and date-the 1st Mon?
ay night iu February 1907, ot 7.80.
By order of
W. H. MCINTYRE,
Capt Co. I, 1st Inf try, N.G.8C.
Jau 80, 1907.
- Mr. Charley Covington ls
moving I1?9 market from Broad
street back to the old market on
the public square near the post|
South Carolina is preparing
l'or a line exhibit ut the James*
town Exposition, AU of her in
dustries will be represented.
(let Ready for Him.
We will have shortly a
a ?rst- class and reliable
Piano tuner and organ repairer
here, he will only stay a few
days. Those needing his servi
ces will please leave their or
dura without delay at our ttore.
STRAUSS & Co.
Improved Cotton Seed.
I have about 1000 bushels of
Kings Improved Cotton S- ed,|
especially grown and improved fur
planting s ni 10 t h<-ht/ht'S' }??.in
dar! of perfection. For early
maturing und yield ot lint cantut
be excelled No fro-t bitten c.d
ton ?t*ed in the 'Ot. P icc 6 . cents
per bu tm el, f. <?. b YoungsVille,
A. Chit.noo \ ?ii \y ? mi).
this week for salo the $12,00<
stock of Groceries former!}
owned by the Marlboro Whole
sale Grocery. Gallon or phone
Matheson Realty Co, in thc
Skye Hotel building.
PIHE-ULES for the Kidneys
SO DAYS' TREATMENT FOR SI.OO*
Found at the
A nie?? line of Bibles. Testament, ihe
lu?e>t Works nf Fio dun, M?gaainea* Pic
ure Krautes. B auk Books, Wire Card
Back, idee Hue nf Tablai? ruled unif nu
ruled. B.11 Pap r. and uuythinir in the
Stationery linft Ordein taken for CORI'S
veil Cur?!? uml f?tnho*?oJ Siaiiotioiy
Rubber slumps tied Stencils iu mle any
lyle. Aueuts I'm any M linaine |>iilili<*bcd
*uh?eitpiioos taken tor ney .Mm:oe * ur
Pei indic?is, Oidor* taken fur any otu-le
Write, phono or cull on Benoottsvill?
Book Store. BASON BROS., Prop*.,
BEE'S LAXATIvf HONEY AND TAR
CURES OOUQIIS AND COLDS
Rey. Irl R. Hicks 1907 Almanac.
Riv Irl It Ilioka hun boen oouiiell-d
by the popular demain! tu rcauuto tho pub
lioutiou of hin woil ku >wn a d popuUr
Aliuonao fur iqo7. This pploudid AL
munno i? now ready. For nulo by new?
dealer*, or aunt postpaid for 15 cuite, hy
Wonn AND WORKS PUIII.ISIIINU COVI'ANV,
2201 Lociwt Street, St. lum 1) Mo , publish
er? of Wont) AND WORKS, ono of tho heel
duller monthly magisinss '? America* Ono
Alrnauau gooe with every Mitxorlplioa.
DOES YOU HOUSE LEAK ?
Uso D bi DIXON will gi ve you
a closo estimate on repairs, or il
your roof is wornout ami you
wan't B'NEW TIN HOOF paint
od and ready for thu bani heat
ing rain, you had bettor sen bin;
before the weath gets worse. Mj
Tin Shop is now moved to D. K
Odom's old stand.
Keineuiher Your Stead.
Wc invite special attention to tin
advertisement of tho Benueltevilli
Marble Works in this paper. Call nm
seo samples, or write them.
Horses Do Get Sick.
When a horses and mules arc poo
it is not always and iudication that the
do not get enough to cat. Many ani
mais, just like lunn.m beings, have in
digestion or the system is all run dow
and a tonic is needed, lt is not the s
mount ol lood eaten that makes muscl
and fat. More depends upon, the pro?,
cr digestion or assimilation ol the loo
than is commonly supposed. Nothin
has yet been discovered that will huil
up a horse or mule better than Asl
crab's Condition Powders, thc onl
remedy in its class sold under a gnat
antee.- Ask Mr.\ Smith Newton. Ber
nettsville, tor it-th* klud put up in do?
es, And McOc n- .MrtSott. f
ti K'X'.nl.id by us as so important
fcoj'jooi i</ ?mr store. Wo huvo
t<puppod it h'Mordionly and it
aw ?il J yo m rdors.
lt turn? douhtftil. erratio
Watches and olooka into reliable
? mt pieces.
ll trenafottus tho usoless luto
Brooitbcs and Rings and Pins and
Chafo*, ami whatever ciao noeJs
ll (J situation ol skillful workmuu
*h>s?. un) }... 1 fi with our repair
department with a certain koowl*
;dgo that h .<ill recoivo
intelligent ami prompt
Aud little i ;h- arc just as welcome
SAM J. PEAUSON.
iTvAvy.LB* AND OP:IOI\N.
JJi-. . M
Constantly in uso wbilo awake
aubjeoied to tho most exaotiog work
und tho most dolioato of any of tho
organs of tho body, is if an? wonder
that they sometimos rebel?
If you au peet dui your eyes aro
rebelling, jon should have them
attonded to at oooo.
Only an export uptioian with every
needful upplianoo tdiould bo permitted
to oxatuino your oyes. A Iii tlo
mi-take may moan a big unmake to
Wo examine eyes accurately? Ot
glattes eon cotty, and charge for
nothing but (bo glasses.
SAM J. PEARSON,
JEWBLER & OPHOI v;
? sr. D?wm?gt
? ictical Pharmacist and Dealer in
:,m J0rig? and paient JUjJcdicincs
WE ?LS? C?RRY
< m ye WA is,
1 tfj&l ??>:.]" i 'u.ncy Articles,
? ? ; VH SJ ti J i Y, so A rs,
ii mina, ^NGES,
8" I ?iii SUI
BRUSHES of all kinds,
i VARNISH and 8TAINS,
i PREPARED PAINT8,
T WINDOW GLASS,
TUES j LAMPS, SHADES, Etc.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO. ^>
jtions carefully compounded at all houri
uar an feed to bc of Ike Purest Drugs and ai
i le prices.
M ; Garden Seed & Onion Sets.
it patronage yours for n prosperous ucw year.
J. T, DOUGLAS.
AT THE OLD STAND
I ii? ? !.'
?-?to ]t h-iU 1 !?</ *' WH i flfi'l' t(> tile
?I Greatly h 'tutuca Priooj.
Goods aro all Lalo Arrivals, and np Io date,
ind get prices* Now is your chanco. Don't
y your coming !
re constantly receiving NEW PIANOS and
S. Always h ive them on hand. Sold on
. I good Square PIANOS for sa'G Glisap.
Strauss & Co.
tsville, 8. C., January 8, 1007.
AILE BARGAINS TOO.
_KJX y :*y v??y \*x >*vr v?x_
- >*< >U>U > i< vi> ,U >\ i
yO WORRY. RUT COM Ii LUG ITT ON TO
IF rou ?^Tsrrv
ote, Clothing, Shoes, .Notions H
lind Fancy Groceries.
Vater Ground Me A?. and HOMINY a specie'ty.
lino in ouch Department and will ful your Wants in one
AT THE LOW HST PR?CWS.
to Town call and soo us. Phone orders in town delivort
id satisfaction guaranteed,
3 us-Near Douglas1 Drug Si ore.
b'VILLE & CHERAW RAILROAD.
^ _ - DAILY
! Excopt Bundey,
ST A TH) NS.
'tullin-! I ? Viii
n Arrive Junkvonvilbi
Arrivo 915 a in
8 to a in
8 06 u ra
6 10 a ra
8 12 p ni
IQ00 p ni
6 25 p m
5 07 p ra
2 ss p m
12 25 p m
9 00 p in
5 3? * n?
12 10 a ra
Leave 7 50 p m
?-?jr i indent! ni i
liai ?uUtbliadoil :
made nt Kolloek, night and morning, with both Not
aboard Air Line Traine.
ON, V. P. and Gen. Man,
WHEN YOUR LIFE DEPENDS UPC HE MED*
10INE YOU TAKE. We HU Preo^iptiona ac
curate. We give our entire time to our DRUG STOB?
and tlie needs of our patrons.
Thereby protecting them and giving them the advan
tage of a skilled Druggist ALWAYS*
SUNDAY HOURS 9 tb 11 A. M.
PHONB 43. ?. ?. MATTHEWS, Mgr.
?W AU varieties TURNIP SEED fresh.
SAY "RED ROCK."
SAY IT PLAIN.
FOR Horne Driuklng "RED ROCK"
Blands out among all other drink*
.is an exceptionally nure high class
artiole. It is so valuable as ao aid to
digestion, that many leading Souita
Hums order it in barrels ot a time, for
tho uso of their convalescents and pa
liouts. It is also a splonded remedial
sgent in kidney disorders and liver
troubles. I bottle vnriotis drinks ami
"Red Rock Ginger A. o" us the queen
of all driuks.
Bennettsvil Bottling Works.
J. C ! unit A HD? Prop'r.
June 12, 19
NEW \ fM SHOP
I have opened ii en up to ?luto Th
Shop ?n tho rear.? W. L. Peer ?on'
Jewelry Store, where om now pre
pared to DO ALL KINDS *i IN ROOFIN?
GUTTERING and SLATING on abor
notice. Protect your houses by usinj
Gutters, etc. All uew work guarnu
teed. You will find my work dono ii
tho best style. Gi ve me n Trial.
Obi Cook Stoves Repaired.
Youns TO SERVE.
G. L. DIXON.
April 5, 1906.
JIMWMN RfeOall Va VoM>ftfif!!
ttg&m ISM ?nr olbtr m?U? ot pattern*. VthHM
HHHI ail kw ?ty'?. accuracy and .lioplicttf, ?
(/'?v-*<i* ?. ' I? wu *?t atti <;?|?lo*v*?l.? OM "A
i'v*/- .(.) , mi C?l*f<>*W? s.!1??l.f #* V'.V?MV?1
A ?>??.... u\* x.-o.? cc )<'.-v? ? '?vi
Slactiical and Plumbing SuppUSB.
Ekctiic Lamps a Spooialty.
Manager City Electric riant
Phono 114. Ponnottsvilio, Bi O
WcH" Report nil troub'.o with tho liuoa o
i root lights to tho above.
FOR SALE I
Parlies in want of first class
Lumber can get it from
A. J. JONES,
Oct 18. Blenheim, H. F. D. 1.
THE^I^ ^ pt of Me."
produces lino resulta lu SO day?. It nco
ii-)*, ri fully mul quickly. Cures whon others foll.
S'ouni/ mei) can regain tholr lost manhood, anc
old mon muy rocover their youthful visor by
usln? ItHVIVO. lt quickly mul qulolly re
moves Nervousness, Lost Vitality, Boiunl
Weakness such as Lost Powor, Fa H111? Momory
Wu-.Uni: Diseuses, amt offeots Of self-abuse ot
cvivss and indiscretion, which untlts ono foi
si inly, business or marriage. It not only cum
by starting ni tho sont of dlsonso, but ls n errat
iivrvo toni? mid blood builder, brlnglnfi
back tho pink (flow to pale elicclta and rc*
morion tlio Uro of yondi. It wards off RD
proaclilugdlsoaso. Insist on having HKVIVO.
no othor lt oan bo oarrlcd In vost pocket. 1J>
niall. ^L.00 por package, or six for 96.00, Wt
dive free udvlco and counsol to all who wish lt,
T.ith uuuraiitee. Clrcnlars froo. Address
ROYAL MEDICINE 00., Marino Bldg.. Chicago. Ut
For salo in Bennettsvillo by
J. T. Douglas, Druggist.
.. PINE SALVE ACTS LIKE A POULTICE
id I CURES ALL FORMO OF SKIN DI8EABE
Orders for MONUMENTS ?
TOMBSTONE, promptly flllt
Call on ino, nt my plaoo ol business no
thc Atlantic Coast Lino and tho bo
biard Air IdJo Paftscngor Dopots.
.,, i ile mo. Dosigns and Pri?es i'urois
cl on application.
Phone No. Og,
J W. McKhVVKK.
January 20. 1006.
iA?n/V>W lWY^?l*Yl"ft"f' *i*l* ????
Type Writing Done to Order,
Papers and Manuscripts copied.
Tonohora' Tomimonials a spcoialty.
Chnrgos roasonablo. Orders solicite
August 1906. MOOOLL, ?. O*
KI DELIT Y AND COURT.
'CONTRACT and FIDELITY RONDS.
Thom ard no bettor companies that*
Ithe&o, represented by
JNO. 8. MOORE.
??CW?*.III i i> . nh?>?p?ji U.'i il. .
pvofeostonal Ca vos.
. Attornoy at Law?
Bonncttuville, 8. 0..
Office on Darlington street near Pout**
Telegraph office. January, 1809.
Orvica Upstairs tn Oroalund Build&g',.
BBNNHTTBVUL- B. O.
Attorney at L&v and
Oflloo in Court House.
FINE COTTON FARMS
IN CHESTERFIELD COUNTY-.
rilli Pee Deo Realty Corporation \vra
a limited number of Pino Cwt on
m> lor fule Clay lunds that will pro?
nee One Rale Cotton per ocre at ONE
flllHD PRICE of Marlboro lands.
Wii'? lb! linn and have them looalCt
i fino (Jotten lu lor you.
The} ?e Realty Corporation?,
June 27. 1900. Cheraw, 8. C.
Stove Wood an' ct\
WE take pleasure in interni?1 'be
public tbfl* we i?re hrtw p^ep fe*
fi a Lumbar, fill ordern tor %>\
uy Move wiidd, Ki.p])!y leo in a- Y
nardlty, al I'M \ nni\ii*}\Ui pinning
.? li, muir lb tSij bt Lib? yan'.,
rout e 1<'0 ind your o? ib rfc will l>o<
i.'o-.ij'Us di levered to you,
.'. ;. Xl ii i i \.W.
April 2C>, 1906.
AND CURE THE I.UNG8
*,TH Dr. King's
FOR fl OUGHSand S0c&$1.00
^OLDS Free Trial.
Buroat and Quioknot Curo for eil
THROAT and I/UNO TROVB
LBS, or MONEY BACK.
WE STILL FEED
Wu UN tn town and yon want a good
meal, romembor wo eau serve yo?.
A good meal for ase Restaurant
north of tho Market.
FRESH OY8TEUB in every styla.
D. J. KKAYBOY
rpn/^C OF if
33. 3=*. ROC K.
13 for only 00 cents home de
livery-10 eta extra for packing
and delivering to Express office.
JASPER F LE : CHER,
MCCOLL, S. C.
mardi 8. R. F. D. 2.
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In addition to news, it publishes li. :
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ind this pays for i $6 papera. Wc otter
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Thc Merits of Our Hyo Glasses
-. AFFORD YOU -
lo Sens best w ho Sees the con
DON'T 1 UT IT OFP
Come at Onoo and Have Us Fit
Your Eyes tnr von.
*W SAM J. PEARSON
1000 lightwood Posts
Fov sale by
IJennettsvnie Mercantile CfrJi