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BY ?. A. ?BOWK A CO.
Office on Marion Street Opposite
Friday Maroh 16, 1907.
Our Town Government.
MAYOR -P. A. Hodges
AI.OKRMKN- - W.P. Breeden, Jr, 0.8
$ Chaffin, A. G. Sinclair, E. Powers,
CLERK & TREASURER- Milton Me
Laurln. Office open dally.
Po Lt OB-W T Kelly, WM Atkinson
Marlboro, County Officer*.
H II KUI iw.J. B. Green
?JLKrt?C or COURT-J. A. Drake
.funuP. OF PROBAT?-M. MoLaurio
CORONER-1?. A. McCall
?SUPERVISOR-Frank Manu.nv?, Jr.
8UPI. KDUOATION-A. L, E ?Sterling
TasAftuuBR-N. B. Rogers
Au? WOK-James P. Campboll
8*NATOR-Tho?. I. Rogers
C .EPRRSKNTATIVKS-D. D. MoColl, Jr.
J J. Lano, J. P. Gibson
??---V ,ft?..oib?.:??8-?. D. Kutterling, and
i - > 8. J. Mclnuip, Bcnuottuville,
T?' U. ??. MoLaurin, MoColl
John A. Calhoun. Clio,
W. J. AtkioHon, Blouhoim,
J. MoB. Hurley, Brightsvillo,
VV. W. Irby, Smithville.
^ Bennettsville Church Directory
METHODIST-M. W. HOOK. P. 0.
Sunday school 4 ?0 p. m. Proaohing at
11.00 e. <n, and 7.30 p.m. Prayermcot
iog WedooBday ovouing at 4.00 o'olook.
Superintendent Sunday school, Phil? A.
BAPTIST-Rev. Chas A, Jones, Pastor.
Bundey aohool at 10-00. Proaohing Sun
day at 11.00 a. m., ami 7.30 p. in. Prayer
meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'olook.
Suporintcndont of Sunday Behool. H. W.
PRESBYTERIAN-Bunyan McLeod Ph.
D.i Pastor. Servicos evory Sabbath
(summer) ll a.m. and 8 30p.m.; (winter)
il a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Prayer meeting
Thursday 8 p. m. Seats free. Strangers
cordially invited. Sunday school every j
Sunday IO a. m. Superintendent, P. A.
^ M?rvonWi All paronta and ohildron mado
welcome at tho aohool.
County Ohurch Directory.
Bennettsville Circuit Appointments
REV. A. T. DUNLAP, P. C.
First Sunday-ll a.m , Pine Grove)
3 p. m., Smyrna.
Suoond Sunday, ll a. m. MoColl
3 p. m, Beauty Spot I
Third Sunday-ll a. m., Pino Grove j
3 p. m, Smyrna
Fourth Sunday, ll a. m. MoColl
3 p. m. Beauty Spot
filmthtfm Circuit AppoiHi?n?hts.
Kikv. W. fi, in a ?i'y't? P. O.
First tfuml-t?, ITebroQ ll a? tai
litbeueaoi vi n. TO.
Second Sunday, PuYjt^.ii.sus. ll >
Zi.ii 1 p. ru
Third Sunda;. Uebun ll A.m.
itibonosor tt.3u p. ut,
Fourth Sunday Parnassus ll a. m.
Zion 3.30 p. ui.
Clio Circuit Appointments.
BEV. P. H. UHULER, P. C.
Olio-Proaohing o\cry Sunday morning
at ll o'clock. Epworth League Sun
day night at 8 o'olook. Sunday eohool,
at 10 a. m. W. A. Hinshaw, Supt
Prayer mootiug Monday night at 8.
Betlah -Preaching ovcry Sunday aft at
4,o'c!ook. Sunday school at 3. K.
M. Jackpon, Supt.
North Marlboro Circuit.
KEV. J. L. MULLINIX, P. O,
Plret Sunday, Oak Grove, 10.30 a m.
Pleasant Hill 1.30 p ra.
New Hopo, 3,30 p. m.
Second Sunday, Shiloh 11 a. ta.
Ebonoeor 3 30 p. m.
Third Sunday, New Hope 10 30 a. m.
Pleasant Hill 1 30 P. tn.
Oak Grovo, 3 30 p. nj.
Fourth Sunday, Ebeneser tia m.
Shiloh, 3 30 p, m.
?y Briyht&vilio Circuit.
BEV. P. B. INO a AH AM, P. M.
Bethel first and third Sunday at ll a. m.
Boykiu * * ' ' nt 3.30 pin
Boykin scooud and fourth at ll a m.
Antiooh second and fourth at 3 30 p m.
rectory of Bennettsville Lodges
CONSOLID?TKi> LODGE NO. 15, K. ot
?, meets every second und fourth Moo*
day nights at 7.30 o'clock.
C. W. Crosland, C. 0.
O. D. Kastorimg, IC of II. U S.
MARLBORO LODOK NO. 88, meets at
Bennettsville, Friday evoning, on or be?
fore each full moon at 8 o'olook.
J. F. Kinney, W. M.
R. M. Pratt, Secretary.
County Masonic Directory.
MARLBORO CHAPTER No. 30 lt. A.
M., meets at Bonncttsville on tho fini
Friday night after thc full moon of onoh
T. E. McCall, II. P.
H. E. Stockton, Secretary.
EUREKA LODQI No. 43, A. F. M.,
Meets at McColl, oaoh Saturday after?
Doon.beforo tho full moon,at 4 o'olook.
AURORA LODOB NO. 33, A. F. M.,
meets at Clio, Saturday on or after each
fun moon at 3 o'olook, p. ui.
V " D. McQueen. W; M.
T. A. Covi Secretary.
BRUNS LODOE NO. 118 meets on Fri.
day altcrnoon on or before each tull
moon at Blenheim at 3 o'clock.
J. E. Rogers, W. M.
W. W. Bruce, Sec'y
g! .'-'- '?..!_. J'i'jL'JJI 'i?
Specials at Moore's.
Canned Tripo 20c each or 2 for
, Heinzs 1'icklo-frosh and good.
Frosh jolly-assorted-only 10.
Armour's Sausago in tomato
sanco only 10 oonts.
Heinze's White Wino Vinegai
both quito sick with "grip.*"' ;
Mr. B. F. Dullard's little bab*
I? thoupbt to b<9 sorao bottes
though still quite slok.
Mr. J. F. Stewart and brother,
now of Charlotte are hero for a
few days on business.
Treasurer J. H. Thomas ia
now a ci ti wm of Benno tts ville.
We extend a hearty welcome.
Mr. James A. Haskow of
Brightsvllle was down Satur
day and called to swap news.
Mr, M. E. McNair, of Maxton,
spent Wednesday in our town
with his sister Mrs J. T. Eason.
Hr. Diok Easterling, of Colum
bi?, is spending a few days here
with his mother, Mrs. Sue Eas
Mr. W. Hi. Webstar of tho
Bethel settion was down Satur
day and called to m uko us feel
Mr. Myer Mittle has returned
from the Northern markets with
a nice stock of uovelties for
Miss Sadie Chapman of Col
umbia is spending a few days
with her grand parents Mr, and
Mrs. S. A Browu.
Mr. Robert Stubbs of McColl
has accopted tho positiou of op
porator in tho telephone oftico in
Dr. J. A. Faison loft Wednes
day night for Charleston with
M. L. Bennett who goes to the
Hospital for troatraont.
Mrs. T B Fraser and two little
daughters. Ada and Lila, are
?ponding the week in Sumter
with Mrs R. M. Edens.
Mr, J. T. Donaldson of Drake
was up Monday delivering one
of his now machines for compost
drilling. Everybody likes them.
Rev. A. T. Dunlap passed
I t'irough town Monday on his way
to Columbia to attend the moot
ing of the Woodmen of tho
Mr. J. C. McDuflie, who has
been employed in tho talephono
office at Choraw has resigned
and returned to his home near !
Mrs Nellio Raybon now of!
Robosou County and who has)
been spending some time with
friends in Hebron, returned to
her homo on Tuesday.
Mrs. Minnie Wilcox, of Mar
ion, after a pleasant ' visit of
th roo weeks to her parents Mr
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Mooro
who have been quite sick, retur
ned to her homo in Marion Wed
Mr J. B. Hurley, the new Mag
I Iii? ?irnti v iii'1. ' rA.i (.owci
.V\)s?i w; y u> * ... : . i rt l.r.S .Y.?U??,a?
)? .}', WitU?foM Odom.
?j )} i ho Wit u d. j' for ?tfliiosa
ut nd v\ Ul li-.- h hots too.
: v ri - ut
Be sure and get a copy of "The |
ELDER BROTH EU" by Theo. L.
Jervey. Wo have fourteen copien]
ou luind and while they last we will
|HO11 them for half price, which is]
j 75 eta or by mail prepaid fur 90c.
BENNETTS VILLE BOOK STORE.
EASON BROS PBOPS.
-New Ketch Mackerel in kits,
also loose in barrels at
W M Rowe's.
GRAND FATHER'S CLOCK.
Mr. S. J Pearson, tho Jeweler
and Ootician, has a jenuine
Grand fathers Clock, one 100
years old ou exhibition at his
store. Those who have never
soon ono should call and see it.
Foley'? Honey and Tar cures the most
obstinate coughs and expels the cold
(rom the system as it is mildly laxative.
It is guaranteed. The genuine is in the
yellow package, Heid & Co.
Ohronlo Constipation Curod
One who suffers from chronic constipa
tion is in danger of many serious ailments
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic
constipation as it aids digestion and stim
ulates tile liver and bowels, restoring the
natural action of these organs. Com
mence taking it today and ypu will feel
! better at once. Orino Laxative Fruit Sy
rup does not nauseate or give pain and is
very pleasant to take. Refuse substitutes
I Reid & Co.
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
EftTATK ov I). W. ODOM.
HAVINU filed in tho Probato Jadgo'a Of
tine ot Marlboro county my final roturn
I aa Administrator of tho Katato nf D.W.
Odom, Notion ie hereby given that I will
j apply to eeid Oourt on the 2iot day of
Maton 1907, for a Final DiBoharge aa auch
D. D. MCCOLL,
Fob. :??, 1907. Qualified Excoutor,
To Prevent Convoying Hones, Mulei
and Cows from ono point to another
10 lienuottsvillc, without having
them secured so as not to run loose.
He it ordained by tho Mayor and Alder
men of the Town ol Henncttsviilo and bj
authority of tho saino,
!'.rei ion 1. That on and after tho I .Ml
day of March 1U0Y no horse, mulo oreo?
of any kind shall bo allowod to be con?
veyed from point to another, or brought
into or oonvoyed out of said Town without
being scoured, fastened with bridle, hal
tor or fantonod in ?onie way, ?0 as to prc
vent hom running loovo.
Section 2. That tho owner of any suoli
horso, mulo or cow; or any person having
?arno io their possosHion or undor thoii
control as agont or servant or othorwisc
violating this Ordinance ?hall ho fined
not Isas than Ono Dollar nor moro than
one hundred dollars, or bo iuiprisonod 01
work on tho publio works of the Towc
not lesa than 5 days nor moro than thirtj
Dono and ratified in uounoil this U
day of Marok. A. D., 1007.
P, A. HODGES, Mayor,
TOWN AND OOUNTY NEWS.
?' Tua ??yp uro lengthening
?- Boys thore is a law pro*
> tooting robbins.
- Big Oyster Supper at the
Palace Cafe to-night.
[ .- The farmers are rushing in
spite of the rains.
, - R. B. Bothea of Tatara sec
tion has our thanks for favors.
- Court convenes here next
Monday with Judge Menlnger
on the bench.
- Don't forgot to register if
you want to vote in |the Town
election next month.
Mrs Kidds Pin Money Pickle
at W. M. Rowe's
|2jgr* Shredded wheat Biscuits
at W. M. Rowe's.
13f Cabbage Plants
at W. M. Rowe's
D. M, Ferris'a Garden Seed
at W. M. Rowe's.
Every Farmer should have ooe of
these Donaldson Drills. See his ad.
Cracker Mool for frying
Oysters. at W. M, Rowe's
1ST" Just received u nice line of Pox
Paper from 25c lo 50c at B-nnettsvil'e
Book St'>ro, iw-xi to Dr. Fallon's office
lOtiflou Bros., Props
- Try a package of Chase &
Sanborn's Coffee, and if not the
best you ever used, don't pay
for it-20, 25 and ?P?o.
W. M. Rowe.
?jr Bond your Kodak Films to the
Rcennettsville Hook Store ami have
your pictures finished up-to-date at
reasonable prices. Eason Bros. Props.
Soft Sholl Crabs,
at W. M. Rowe's
Best New Orleans Syrup
at VV. M. Rowe's
e^v* Write or Phone Beunottsville
Book Store. Phono No. 228, when you
need anything in Stationery, Books,
Magazines, Kodaks nod Films.
Eason Bros , Props.
Heinz' Baked Beans with to
mato sauce, always fresh
W. M. Rowe's.
- Wiley's Candios always
fresh at Bennettsville Pharma
cy Darlington street.
t3BT lt its a Piano or Organ
you want, see Strauss & Co.,
they will talk oasv payments
Heinzs Preserves and apple
Butter at Claude T. Moore's.
'.My, my ! what a dandy suit : eau
you tell me whero you got it ?'' "Yes.
Mr. Mazey Strauss took my measure,
aud he has never failed yet.
tS?" Frosh Mackrel at C. T.
; fc&f*' I tm now prepared tri
I (o! f)ish I ob <. IK it '? M< .*! bUid I
Ii?.miit\\ Q i Moot
-.vi*, t-iv-vt. r ..-..ra >f/ifc.ir.,<.>-iw}tt.|
JL ?til w..*.vy io j j...j...,, cixcu MOOD
expires. Tho books finally closes
to day after which date all deli?
quonta may have to settle with
The Charming Woman.
is not necessary ono of perfect form and
features Many a plain woman who
could never serve as an artist's model,
poscossea those rare qualities that all the
world admire?;; neatness, clear^ eyes,
clean smooth hkin and that sprightli
Bea's of Step and action that accompany
good health. A. physically weak
woman is never attniotivc, not even lo
herself. Electric Bitters restore weak
women, give strong nerves, bright oyos,
smooth, velvety ukin, beautiful oom"
plexion. Guaranteed at J. T. Douglas
PINE SALVE ACTSLIKE A POULTICE
CURE? ALL FORMS OF SKIN DISEASE
- You will not dread tho sound
of the Uro bell if you have an in
surance policy on furniture,
goods, store or residence with J.
CURES BLOOD, SKIN DISEASES, CANCER,
GREATEST BLOOD PURIFIER PREE,
If your blood is impure, thin, diseased,
bot. or full ot humors, If you have blood
poison, cancer, carbuncles, eating .sores,
scrofula, eczema, ?telling, risings and
Ixmips, scabby, pimply skin, bone pains,
catarrh, rheumatism, or any blood or
skin disease, take Botanic Blood Hahn
(H. B. B, ). .Soon All sores beal, aches
and pains stop and tho blood is made
pure and rici?. Druggist or by express
?l per large bottle. Sample free by
writing Blood Balm Co,, Atlanta, Ga.
B. B, B. js especially advised for chronic,
d.U'p-seated cases, as it cures after ali
VYNBR'0 DYSPEPSIA RKMBDY,
A Uunrantoc.fi (Jure.
If you Buffer from DvHpepuia or Indigos*
lion in tiny form, ?un, belching, bittir tattc,
offennivo bad breath, riiszie spell?, tour
etumaobe, heurt flatter, names, ^untritin,
loathing of food, paint or swelling in the
etomaobo, bauk or aido, deep aeated kid
ney or liver trouble, thoa they will dixttp
pear in a short timo after taking Tynpr'a
Dyspepsia Remedy, mado OBpoclally to ourc
Dyspopain, indigcBtion and all Htornaohc
Troubles, even of tho Wor?t oases, Tyner'a
Dyapopala Hoinody expel?a tho gaosics and
sweotenB the breath It eurea Siok Head
' scfcp, Collo and Constipation at or.ee. Drug
gisto or by c>pr0*B ?o ponts a bottle. Mon
( ey refunded if it fuila to euro. Bonnptts?
ville Pharmaoy and Marlboro Drug Co., of
Bennottawllle, S. 0. Call on or write either
t*r 9hU4rmu? Mfa, eur?. Jim mm?a?'??
\ GiyoHim A Trial,
1 Elsewhere will be found tho
I card of Mr. George h. Dixon, a
. first, class Tinner from Rocky
i Mount, who baa come to our
' town to open up a Tinshop. He
j pan do anything ju the Till Une
Call and seo him in rear W. h
Pearson s Jewelry store.
Huii?n/ ?Vno? hoar nc tao mou.
ohuioh bas been changed to 4 p tn.
Tho hoer for evening services at th<
churches hi now 8 00 o'clock.
Holinosn Frayer mooting every Tues
day night in the upper roora io the Kirk
wood building vt 7. 30. Kverybody inv?
Prayer meeting at the Baptist otmi
overy Thursday oToning at 7 30.
Prayer meeting at the Mothodiut ot ?J? fi
every Wedaeaday at 4.30 p. m.
Prayer meeting at Presbyterian olmrcb
Thnraday evening at 7 30.
The Epworth Loaguo Prayer mo
ls bold evory Wodnoeday evening in the
Sunday eobool room of the Moth I
ohureh at 8 o'olook. Tho publio inviti
Tho Presbyterian congrega OJ
will hold their Sunday soliool
morning service noxt Sunday in tho
hall adjoining the Hotel Skye
On Mondav, March I, 1907, at
tho Baptist Parsonage, tho Kev.
Dr. Shuck united in murringo v
B M. Moni.-! und Miss Ida
Laurin, buth of ?eiinettsviii?-.
Thc young couple departed wi'!,
happy hearts, with their it
turned to thu bright luturo bot
thom.-Cheraw Chronicle Mar?
Died at thc hom? of his son il
Pulstou iu lower Hebron on Sun.'",
night March 3d 1907, after a 1 lg
i 11 in aa Mr Charles lMatou in '
74 h year. Ile leaven Qvo sous
ono daughter Ho WHS laid to res ..
tho Quick graveyard on Mom i ]
uftornoon nt 3 o'clock, the serv
beiug conducted by the past?ur of hu j
Clio Baptist church <>f which church j
ho was H member for youie.
A Mngnzine for Dressmakers
Kvery ludy who ?"ivs should I)uv
copy ol STYLE AND ?MBKIOAM Du
MAKUK on her table lt is lull of
latest designs of gowns and wr ,
and childrens drosses, with many s
gestions and helps iu milking hu i
und childrens garments. Thc liter;
department is also carefully lool
after and tho stories excellent
Subscription p-ice $1 n year. Se id
your name nud addi ess for a sam]
S:yle & American Drcssmnkor. j
24* 20 East 21 st St. i
, New York.
- Nico fresh eggs at
VV. M. Rowe.
Don't Do Itl
In cleaning up your yards dou r. !
dump the trash in the Street? ,
Theresia un Ordinance forbiddi. |
>f .?.<(' you rn *v 1111
observing v \'<u eh on id h<
tin. n,,?w.. ;? ii\ .,. . ? : , .?..,.,., 1
I have about 1000 bushels of
Kings Improved Cotton Seed,]
especially grown und improved for
planting seed to the highest stan-]
dnrd of perfection. For curly
maturing and yield of lint cannot
bo excelled. No frost bitten cot
ton seed in tho lot. Price f?o cents
per bushel, f. o. b Youngsville,
Sugar Loaf Cotton Farm.
I, W. MITCHELL, Owner.
Deo. 6, ioo6.;3m
Found at the
A nico linc of Bibles, Testaments, ike
latest Woiks of Findon, Magazines, Pic
ture Frames. B'mik Books, Wire Curd
Huck, nice lino of Table's ruled und un
ruled. Box Rip r. and anything ?a the
Stationary line- Ordern taken for cngra
ved Card* nod Bm bossed Stationery.
Kuhber stumps and Stenoils niudo any
style. Agents foi any Mugueinn publ'itdied
Subscriptions taken for ney Magazines or I
Periodicals, Orders taken for any music
Write, phono or call on Hennett.sville
Hook Store IC ASO N BROS., Props.,
Rey. Irl R. Hicks 1907 Almanac
Kw Irl It IliukH han been ounpoll-d
by the popular demand to renuinn tho pub
liootion of IUH well known and popular ]
Almnnno for 1007. Thia aplendid At.
macao ia now ready. For milo by nowa
(lenient, or Hen t pout paid for 25 oenta, by
Wolli) AND WOltKR PUIILIBHINO OOM FANT,
3201 Loouut Stroot, 8t. Lous Mo., publish
era of Won? AN? Wo lt KS. ono of tho beat
dollar monthly magusiuea iu America. Ode
Alniisn.it) gocn with evory 1 nb ci ?pt.inn.
DOES YOU HOUSE LEAK?
It so D. L. DIXON will gi ve you
a close est?malo on repairs, or it
your roof is wornout and you
wan't ii NEW TIN HOOF paint
ed and ready for tho hard beat
ing rain, you had bettor see him
bofore the west!) get? worse. My
Tin Shop is now moved to I). K.
Odom'B old stand.
llonicmbor Your Dead.
Wc invite special attention to thc
?dvertisomont nf tho Honnottsvi?e
Marble Works in this paper. Call and
(joe samples, or writo them.
Horses Do GJet SicH.
When a horses and mules are poor
it is not always and iudictitiou that they
do not get enough to eat. Many ani
mals, inst like Ipi rn an beings, have In
digestion or thc system ts all rpo. down
and a tonic is needed, lt is not the a.
mount ol lood eaten that makes muscle
nip) int. More depends upop thc prop
er digestion or assimilation oi the tooti
than is Commonly supposed. Nothing
has yet been discovered that will build
up a horse or mule better than Ash
crait's Condition Powders, the only
remedy in its class sold under a guar*
antee. Ask Mr. Smith Newton. liens
nettsville, tor lt-thc kind put up in <!<>> '
es. And McCc" Ti CV ??-^>n ?'
! For t^r?i?j you will appreciate clio
iuiiiionso loliof (bal como fruin (ho
J wearing ol properly fitted glusaoe.
I . '
AH (ho burning sensations coaso
And ali tho aches and pains.
And where discomfort lormorly was
ts now fcbvoluto oye comfort.
uangft can bo brought about
io a very s'iort timo, indeed-and
we are ready to under lako it ot any
time yoo wy.
N.i ouarge for anything but glasses.
SAM J. PEAKSON,
JBWKLKR ANU OPXIOMN.
you to pay
Tho uinil ordor houso says-send us
tho monoy and wo will send you
Wo say--ohooso TUEN pay. ^?
Wo offer you I ho opportunity of
examining to houri'* content and
thou please yourself about
accepting or otherwise.
Don't yo i think this is a far
Miler und m uo natural way to
shop thou lo pay in advanoe for
something you havo never ovon
Wc think it is, and if you will
vivo us a chanco wc will
demonstrate it to you.
SAM J. PEARSON,
JBWELKR & OPTICIANS
Practical Pharmacist mid Dealer in
i B?nigs ? ti d goalen I f^jedicines.
WE 71 LSG CARRY j
S '. < V DA li f> M EDWIN VtS, j PAIN IS Ol LS.
71 . . 'CALS, j Bit US HISS of all ki nils,
2 'Oft. ,. :\i? M i al Fancy A rt I rles, J V \ KNISH and STA I NS,
VUMERY, SOAPS, % PREPARED PATNT8,
sn ES, SPONGES, f WINDOW GLASS,
?ART and SUPP TA ES T LAMPS, SHADES, Etc.
PINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO. _
Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours
o tul guaranteed to be of the Purest. Drugs and at
\\ ?ne Qarden Seed ?& Onion Sets.
Thankfi for uuHt putronago yours for n prosperous now your.
J. T, DOUGLAS.
j905. AT THE OLD STAND
)RE our annual "stock taking." we offer to the
nblio for the NEXT FIFTEEN DAYS, our entire
M Clo t? vin*;:, bid aira Skirts, aixcl ali tho
i Hea,vy Winter Cr?ocU:
I At Greatly Reduced Prices.
These Goods are all Late Arrivals, and up to date.
Come and get prices. Now ia your chance. Don't
Delay your coming !
WE are constantly receiving NEW PIANOS and
ORGANS. Always havo them on hand. Sold on
Several good Square PIANOS for sa'e Cheap.
Strauss & Co.
Benneltsvillo, 8. C., January 8, 1907.
WE HANDLE BARGAINS TOO.
' >$< >$< >\<>\y X< >*< >*<
NO USE TO WORRY, BUT COMK HIGHT ON TO
Dr,r Goods, Clothing, Shoes, JSI otxons *.
And Fancy Groceries.
Fresh Water Ground Nf RA I. and HOMINY a specialty.
Wo Keep a full lino in each Department and will f?? 1 your Wants in each
AT THE liGWBST PRICES,
Whon you como to Town call and mw u< Phono orders in town delivered
FREE, and satisfaction guaranteed.
Call and see us-Near Douglas' Drug Store,
BENNEJTb'VILLE & OH ER AW RAILROAD.
Hohedulo in Kffoot
Bopt lo, 1906.
- DAILY -
No. j, No. i.
UK AD Ul?
7 00 p tn
7 ss y. .?
9 SS P .?
9 50 p m
8 io s tn
6 10 a ni
it 30 a m
i 45 p m
4 ?3 P M
4 30 P ?>
II $0 pra
4 30 a tn
8 (,S k n
6 30 a rn
7 30 a rn
8 59 a ri)
8 so ? ra
5 20 p ra
4 SS P n?
8 3P P ra
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MJP Conflation is made at Kol look, night anti morning, with both North
ana Southbound Seaboard Air Lino Trains.
H EBON, V. P. and f?en. Man.'
HEN YOUR LIFE DE
IOINB YOU TAKE,
curate. We give our entl
[BS and the needs of our patr<
Thereby protecting then
tage of a skilled Druggist
SUNDAY HO Uh
PHONS 43. ?, ?
nmr AU varieties TURN
Both, One Year
The New Idea Woman's Ma
month of fashions, dressmaking, need
Each number is beautifully Ul
fashion plates, some in color.
These two publications furniJi
BEE'S LAXATIVE HONEY AND TAR
CURES COUGHS AND COLDS
FINE COTTON FARMS
IN CHESTERFIELD COUNTY.
: 'UK Poo Doo ltcnlty Corporation hsv>
*? i limited number of Fino Cn tr
17 in 'or snlo Clay lands ttint will ??.
.Uno Halo COIIOD per ocro ni ONE
IMIHD PHIOK of Marlboro lauds.
Wi ?io iliis Grui and huvc thom looato
li,..- Cotton 'rn for you.
The ?. ce Realty Corporation,
.1 ?.ne 27*1906. Chcraw. S. C.
nutr?s<? i'?-i w k;v> *$$IK t\ *?<t hkiftil >j SnWifitfi
Parties in want of first class]
Lumber can get it from
A. J. JONES,
Oct 18. Blenheim, lt. P. D. 1.
land Health REVIVO
produce? fluo results tu SUI day?. It acta
Powerfully nnd quickly, Cures when others foll,
omi:: mon cnn regain tholr lost ninnhood. and
old mon may recover their youthful vigor by
using IlliVIVO. lt quickly and quietly ro
niovcs Nervousness, Lost Vitality, Seiusl
Weaknesssuch ns Lost Powor, l'\iUlur; I'?CIMUI V,
Wasting Dlsoasoa, aud effects of solf-abuso or
excess and indiscretion, which umita ono tor
study, bustnosu or marring?. It not only cures
hy starting nt tho sent of disease, hut ta a great
nerve tonic anti Mood lui Utter? bringing
back tho pink glow to pate cltoeka and ro
siorlng tho Uro ol" youth. It warda oft ap
proaching disonso, Insist on having HKVIVO,
no other lt ona bo onriicd In vost pocket. By
mult, $1.00 lier paokago, or six for Q5.O0. We
ptve freo ndvlco and counsel to ntl who wish it,
with uuuraiKoo. Circulars freo. Address
ROYAL MEDICINE CO., Marino Bldg.. Chicago. UL
For salo in Bonnottsvillo by
J. T. Douglas, Piugulst*
Oidora fur MONUMENTS or
TOIV1?13TOWK promptly filled
(Jail on mo, at my place ol business neat j
thc Allan io Coast hine and tho Soa?
board Ail Li .io Pattons or Depots, oi
writo me, Imsigna und Pri?es furnish
od on ft nnli out I ea.
Vhone No- V5.
J W. McKLWKK.
January 25, lOOfi.
NEW \ rv SHOP
I ba ve oponed u HU up to date Tin
Shop i? tho retiro W. L. Pearson's
Jewelry Store, where am now pre
pared to DO ALL KI NOP. UN ROOFING
GUTTERING mid ?LATINO on short
notice. Prelect your houses by using
Gnttors, etc All new work guaran
iced. You will find my work done in
the best style. Give me a Trial.
Old Cook Stoves Repaired.
YOURS TO SKRV?.
o. |?; D?
! April 5, 11)0(1.
,Vi:u\\>, \.)V< .'HE
We All Pre?, iriptions
re time to our DRUO STOUK
i and giving them the ad van
IS 9 to 11 A. M.
. MATTHEWS) Mgr
IP SEED fresh.
The New Idea
for Only $1-35.
gazine contains over 100 paget each
rework and household help?,
usu&ted and contains nine full-page
i reading for every member of she
t3gT" Read every page,
Yes, read every line,
For by this gauge
It may pay tor time
Stove Wood an I ce?
WE take pleasure in intermit.!/ the
publio that we are now preprre\^
to Dress Lumber, fill orders for gor
dry stove wood, supply Ice in any
quantity, at tho Benncttsville planing;
mill, uear tho Coast JLine yard.
Pbone 166 and your orders will UM
promptly delivered to you.
,Y. .1. MUNNt:iu,VN-V
April 'JO, !t"'<\
WE STILL FEED
WHBH In towu and >?u want H good
meal, remember ww CUD berve you.
A good meal for 250. ItCRtaurant.
north of the Market.
FRESH OYSTERS in every stylo"
D. J. BKAYBOY
S. I?. ROCK.
13 for only 50 cents home de
livery-10 ots extra for packing
and delivering to Express office.
i JASPER FLE * CHER,
MCCOLL, S. C*
march 8. R. F. D. fe
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