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SVlLd?E, S, O'.
Laroh 29, 1907.
i- - - Editor
PEN AND scxsaoncmAPsa
Tom Harria will hang in Col
The Seaboard has put in a new
Iron bridge ovor Pee Deo at Che
Tuc famine in China is spread
ing and tho government fears an
"Bobo" Cottage, ono of Wof
ford Collage's dormitories was de
stroyed by Uro Saturday.
Rev. John G. Book with of tue
S. C , Conference died in Charles
ton Monday afternoon.
Bullets that fail to po notrate
pasto board three inches thick will
pase through a five inch plank.
Rev. Jas. B. Campbell of tho S
C. Conference diod on Tuesday in
u hospital at Savannah-aged TO.
Miss Lucy Litsy walked into
Dr. Wm Linder's office on Mon
day, closed the door and shot him
dead. She was arrested. Cause
unknown. This happoned in tho
town of Union.
Au indigniuant parent sued the
trustees and teacher of an Orange
burg school for $500 damago for
ullegod cruel whipping of his son.
Tho court upVield the action of tho j
Attorney general Lyon has de
cided that tho new law will not i
permit the closing of a dispensary
opened under tho old law until an
election can be held. Thus goos
another oue of the prohibition
hopes of tho people.
Sixty factory houses of the spar
tan mills at Spartanburg wore de
stroyed by fire Monday morning
renaoring over threo huudrod peo
ple homeless. The lons waa $76,
000 with $50,000 iusuranco. A
defective flue started tho bla/.o.
COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS
SPRING TERM, 1907.
Our report last wdok closed with
tho trial of Simon Weill, of Clio for
aggravated assault and battery. Mr.
Weill was found guilty and sentonced
to 18 months or pay a fino of $750.
He paid tho fine
John McLucns, who plead guilty to I
manslaughter, received a sentence of |
Scipio McRao, who plead guilty to
manslaughter, received a sentence of j
Court adjourned Thursday.
We have not yot been able to obtain
copy of the Grand Jury's report.
ATTENTION CAMP HENEGAN!
There will bo a meeting of the
members of Camp Henagan, Con
federate Veterans on tho First
Monday in April at 10 o'clock a.
m., in tho Court Houso to elect
officers for the insuing year and
delegates to tho State and Nation
al Conventions, and tho transac
tion of auy other businoss coming
before tho camp. By order of
J. B. Green, Commander.
C. D. Eastorling, Act, Adj.
March 20 1907.
A special meeting of thc Stockhol.
ders of tho Bank of Marlboro will he
held by order of the Board of Direc
tors at tho Bank of Marlboro on Sat?
urday the 6th day of April next, at
12 o'clock M., for tho purpose of eloc
sing a Board of Directors and trans
acting any othor busiuess coniiug bo
fore said mooting.
D. D. MCCOLL, Prest.
March 18, 1007.
A BAD SCARE.
On Tuesday aftornoon last, one
of Dr. Kinney's little boys got hold
of a large torpedo, such as are
used on tho railroads for danger
signals, and commenced to ham
mer it. It soon exploded and
strange to say tho little fellow es
caped unhurt. Tho supposition is
that tho torpodo must havo turn
ed over, as tho force went down
ward through a plank, this saving
the boys lifo.
Soon To Leave Us.
Mn. EniToit--It is with feel
ings of sadness that I learn the
fact that Miss Jean Cameron,
the young lady who has had
Charge of Hebron Academy for
the Vast two years, and given
such hearty satisfaction, will
leave us in May, perhaps never
to return, as she and Miss Mary
Wade, the Music teacher, have
accepted positions in far away
During their stay in Hebron
Miss Canioron has been the
teacher ol' the Bible Class in
the Sunday School, and won all
hearts by lief faithful instruct
ion and interesting talks. We
certainly will miss her.
How sad it makes us feel U)
part with these two estimable
christian ladies, who have la
bored so long and so earnestly
without a fault among us. We
wish Hiern both a long life and
happy journey, and at some fa
Ante time a return to Hebron.
J o KL C?VItf?TOH.
pareil 27, 3707.
A MASS Meeting.
Tfesre will bea ft*ne* hoofing of the
Democratic votera of the Town cf Bon
nettsvlile in the Court House on Fri
day afternoon next, 29th i not,, at 4
o'clock, for the purpose of nominating
a Mayor and four Aldermen to serve
the Town of J ian netta vi l?o two years.
Also to nominate one member ot
the Board of Publie Works.
P. A. HODGES, Mayor.
A Candidato If You Please.
Mr. KIH?OK-As the time is drawing
near when a Mayor will be elected to
serve for two years, and as I have some
idea of being a candidate for that exulted
position, I deem it only right that my
views on all questions nt issue be fully
known, and I take this method of in for
my friends and voters, first, that I nm in
favor of more and better schools, a sew
erage system, a fire alarm system, the
paving of the principal streets, and the
extension of the corporate limits of our
Bcnnettsvillc needs and must have an
other Cotton Factory,, other machine |
shops and mauufacturics, and anything |
that will tend to the upbuilding of our
quiet town. I pledge my hearty support
if elected, with the assistance of the bu
siness men anda progressive Council, nil
these needed improvements may be ob
I favor the enforcement of all laws
without regard to person or persons, re
cognizing thc right of every citizen, be
bc ever so humble. I favor an economi
cal administration of thc affairs of the
town. Having been born and reared al
most in corporate limits, and what I have
is here, therefore no one can have the
welfare of Bennctt6ville and its people
more at heart than myself, and on the
9tb day of April 1907, if you see fit to
vote for me for the high position of May
or, and I should be elected, none shall
ever have cause to regret having voted
for me. But, should you deem it unwise
to select mc as your Mayor upon this
plntform, perhaps I might modify my
views, and by so doing secure a place on
These are matters for you of impor
tance. 1 hope you will ponder the mat
ter over in your minds and be fully pre
pared on the 9th of April 1907 to cast
your vote for the best man.
Mch 28, 1907. A CITIZEN.
Death of Thomas M. Bolton,
Died at bis home at Morven, N.
C., on Saturday afternoon last after
a protracted illness, Mr. Thomas M.
Bolton, in his 77th year.
He was a well known resident of
our town for more than 30 years,
and was known and liked by every
body. He was an architect and
brickmason, and controlled and .su
perintended two large brick plants
in tim comity, and go where you
will you cum see monuments of his
superior skill and workmanship.
During his long residence in our
town he took a deep interest in all
public matters, and rendered valu
uod service as Alderman and chief
of police, alternately, as long as he
resided within the corporate limits
of the town.
Ho was plain, unpretentious, hon
est, truthful, hard-working citizen,
who loved everybody and everybody
loved TOM BOLTON. Truly it has
been said of him, "He was a dia
mond in the rough."
Two years ago he sold his prop
erty hore and bought a farm near
the little town of Morven and moved
up there. He was a member of the
Bennetts ville Lodge of K. of P.,
and his dying request was that his
body should bo brought herc and
laid to rest by his brethren.
The remains were brought over
Sunday through the country, and
met outside of town by undertaker
ll. T. Barfield and a committee from
his lodge and taken to thc residence
of sheriff J. B. Green, his old friend
and next door neighbor for many
years, where the remains rested un
til 2 o'clock Monday afternoon.
Thc funeral services were hold at
Evergreen cemetery, conducted by
Rev. Dr. McLeod of the Presbyte
rian church, and the body buried
with K. of P. honors. The eulogy
was delivered by Hon. T. I. Rogers.
The following members of the K,
of P., and old friends of the deceas
ed, acted as pall bearers : Capt J.B.
Green, Ira Bounds, W. A. Atkins,
E. Powers, J. J. Pearson and D.
He leaves a devoted wife, four
daughters and two sons to mourn
his loss, to whom the community
extend hearfctolt sympathy.
National I'uro Food and Drng Law.
We are pleased to announce that Poleys
Honey and Tar for coughs, colds and lung
troubles is not affected by the National
Pure Food and Drug law as it contains
no opiates or other harm fut drugs, and
we recommend it as n safe remedy for
children and adults. Reid & Co.
A Pleasant Occasion.
Mr Editor-Wo havo bad such a
fino day this 22d of March 1?I07 that
wo are constrained lo write about it
for tho Domocrat.
Sod Thomas a fow days ago invited
thrco of tho residents of tho neighbor
hood to dine with bim-they wore
Jona'han Woodley, aged 75, Capt
Prank Manning, aged G5, and thu
writer, aged 77,
Now. I want you to imagino how
thoso old residents looked sitting at a
well filled table prepared by T. A.
Covington's bettor half, and thou im
agino if you can how those three old
follows did onjoy themselves tolling of
things and circumstances that hap
pened ovor a half century ago, and
what happoucd on our lino of march
in tho working and farming lino in
our youthful (lays.
How I do love to moot with thoso
old follows that worked in tho fiold
until tho crops wore laid by and thon
went to school (> weeks boforo com
mencing to gather in. Come again,
old friends, s?d" lot tis onjoy our sol
vos in our latter days.
March 25th, ?907.
?^gr* Turn out to Ibo meeting
this afternoon, and bring your
Owing to tho limited Hotel faoill.
iicG ot our town, we make a speoitl
request of our patrons and tho oiti
zens of Bonnettsvillo, to assist us in
entertaining tho members of the Stato
Medical Association which convenes
hore on April 1(3,17 and 18th. Please
communicate with any of tho undor
sigued committeo and state dofinntoly
how many guest each can eutortniu.
J. F. Kinney, Chair.
J. A. Faison W. J. Crosland
J. L. Jordan C. R. Muy
A. S. Townsend J. II. Reese
J. L Napior
WE tako this method of announcing to
tho peoplo of Marlboro county that
Stevenson, Matheson & Stevenson,
a law firm ooinnoscd of W. P. Stevenson
and D. S- Matheson of Choraw-and W
M. Stovonson of Bonnoltsvillo, In?cly of
Darlington, have opened an offic.o io Ben
nctlsvillo. Will practico in State ond
Fcdorol Courts. Ufllco in ?ooond stor)
of Plantors National Bunk Building.
February 20. 1907
The editor of the Memphis, Tenn.,
Times writes: "In my opinion Foley's
Honey 'and Tar is thc best remedy for
coughs, colds and lung trouble, and to
my own personal knowledge Foley's Hon
ey and Tar has accomplished many per
manent cures that have been little sheri
of marvelous." Refuse any but the gen
uine in the yellow package. Reid Co.
Ija Orippo mut Pneumonia
Foley's Honey and Tar cures la grippe
coughs and prevents pneumonia. Refuse
any hut fhe genuine ill the yellow pack
age. Reid & Co.
Tho Public to Know that I
" have oponed a BEEF MARKET
in4hc Stoic rocontly occupied by Mr. E.
Powers. All orders will be appreciated
and promptly filled.
tl. B. SMITH.
march 14, 1907.
Torturo of Women.
It was a torriblo torture that Mrs.
Gertie McFarland, of King's Moun
tain, N. C., describes ns follows: "I
Buffered dreadful pain, and became so
weak I was giveu up to die, when my
husband got mo Wino of Cardui. The
first dose gavo relief, and svith three
bottles I am up doing my work,
cannot 6ay ouough in praise of Cirdui.
A wonderful remedy for woman's ills.
I At druggists, $1.00
GET ONE SURE.
Be sure and get a copy of "The
ELDER BROTHER" by Theo. L,
Jervey. We have fourteen copies
on hand and while they last we will
sell them for hall' pri?e, which is
75cts or by mail prepaid for OOo.
BENN Errs VILLE BOOR STOKE.
KASON BROS PROPS.
Matheson, Freeman & Go
FIRE, LIFE AND HAIL
BENNKTTSVILLK, So. CA.
Yvo offer absolute protection.
PHONE 258 inch 21, 1907
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
EST AT K Ol' J. C. O UN UAH.
HAVINO filed in tho Probato Judge's Of
fice of Marlboro county my final return
ne Administratrix of tho Estuto of .Tn?. C.
Dunbnr, Notioo ia boroby giveu that I will
apply to eaid Court on tho i6th day of
April, 1907, for u Fiual Diaoliurgo na BUoh
Mob 21, 1907. Administratrix.
Citation For Letters of Administration
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Marlboro-By Milton
McLaurin, Judge of Probate.
"VKTUEREAS, John B. Hubbard, hath
? ? made suit to mo to grant unto him
Letters of Administration of thc lOstatc
of and Effects of Alice H. Hubbard, de
These are thoreforo to cite and ad mon?
iah all and singular thc kindred mid Cred
itors of tho said Alice ll Hubbard, dc
ceased, that they bo and appear before
me, in tho Court of Probate to bo held nt
Bonnettsvillo, S. C.? on tho 30th day of
March, after publication thereof, at ll
o'clock in tho forenoon, to show cause, if
any thoy hnvn, why the said Adminis*
tuition should not bc granted.
Given under my hand, thc I Otu day of]
March, Anuo Domini, 1907.
March 15, 1907. Judge ol' Probate.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Marlboro-Court ol Com
RoDEUT 0. COXE as Surviving Adminis*.
trator of Personal ICstate ol'James M.
Coxo, deceased, Plaintiff,
Benjamin II. Covington, Dol'endant.
Judgment for Foreclosure and Male.
BY virtue of tho Judgment of Fore
closure ana Sale in above entitled ac
tion. I will oiler sale lo thc highest bidder
for Oash, before tho Court House door in
Beuncttsvillo, on the first Monday in
April next, during tho legal hours of
salo all that eortain piece, parcel or lot of
land situated in the town ol' Blenheim in
thc county nod State aforesaid, containing
Ono and 0n0"fourth Acres, innre er loss,
ami bounded North and North-East by
lands formerly belonging to l'\ B. Rogers;
East by lands of A. J, Matheson; South
by Kenneth street, and West, by lands
ot others , this being tho Hame lot ol
land convoyed to die defendant, B.mjauiiu
H. Covington, by A. J. Matheson, by
deed dated May Oth, 1K93, mid i-i sold to
satisfy the amount due on the mortgage
debt. Purchaser to pay for all neces
J. A. I) ll A KIO,
Clork Circuit Court.
Bonnettsvillo, S. C., Feb. li), I9??7.
A LL persons aro hereby warned against
1% trespassing upon the lands known as
tho Vy. 1). Crosland lands in Red Hill
Towusbip and now owned by us, eithor
by hunting, cutting, hauling, or other
wise trespassing UpOO saino without our
T. E. & C. 8. MJCALL,
gagg - -- ..... , .. . ?
KOW WITH n w. OAHU :
Mr. W. PEAUSON, the Jeweler,
has moved in with H. W. Oar
roll and will assist in running
the Repairing and Optioal de
partment of Carroll's Jewelry
Store. Mr. Carroll hae reoently
equipped his store with the la
test Optical Instruments, and
is prepared to correct difficult
cases of defectivo visions.
When in want of Choice Fruit,
FANCY GROCERIES, or "
the latest Summer Drinks.
Next door lo Domoorat Omeo
T. W. MOORE.
March 14, 1907.
To tho Sunday School Workers
of Marlboro County : .
DEMI BKETIIREN.-The timo for
ho'diug our a n n u n 1 Sunday School
Conference ia drawing nigh, and each
School should havo representation.
The names of the Superintendent and
the two delegates elected should bo sent
tia carly aa possible to tho Secretary at
Beunettsville, also preparo tho annual
statistical reports ns to uumbcrs und
work of the past year.
Beunettsville is preparing for a good
mooting, and ibo brethren will bo dis
appointed if vou fail to show the de
sired interest. (Jonie, working and
praying for tho success of the Confer
ence at Beunettsville.
The time is abort-first Friday and
Saturday in May, 3d and 4th.
W. L Stanton, Presiden?
S. A. Brown, Secretary.
Important Town Tax Notice.
NOTICE is hereby given that execu
tions will be issued against nil
property on which the taxes have not
boen pnid and which is not paid by
the first day of April 1907.
This is tho last notice in regard to
this matter. By order of Council
MILTON M OL A UKIN,
Mob. 21,07. Oily Clerk.
Notice Town Election !
N?TIGE Ishoroby ijieun thnt an olcction
will bo hold on tho 9th day of April
1907, in thu Frolmto Judge olllco in tho
Town of Bonnottevilto for tho following
Firat, To elect a Mayor and four Alder,
mon to servo for two years.
Second, To elect one niorubor of tho
Board of Public Works to Horvo for six
Third, To voto on tho question of tru
ing bouda in thc sum of Thirty-five- Thou.
Mimd Dollars, if so um oh bc necessary, for
tho purpose of constructing a Water worka
System and Bonds in tho mun of Twenty
Five Thousand Dallara, if BO much he no
ooseary, for tho purpoao of constructing a
SowcrnRO System: also to vote rm Mn? Muni
J. 1*. Gibson and Jaoob Iaaaoachn.
P. A. I10DQUS, Mayor.
Milton MoLaurin, Clerk.
March 2<j, 1905
COURT OF COMMON PlEAS
|OTI0E ia hereby given that tho Spring
Torin of trio Court of Common Pleas |
for Marlboro County will convono at lion
oettaullo, on Monday April 22, 1907, at
10 o'clock, a. m., for two weeks.
All peraona interoatod will ttiko duo no
tice thorcof. tl rand jurors aro not reipiir
ed to attend.
.J. A. BRAK IC,
Mob. 29, 1907, 0. C. 0. P.
t&' Pipes and Smokers Supplies in
endless variety can bo found at J. T
Douglas1 Drug Store.
FARM FOR SALE.
I offer for salo, for cash or on easy
terms, a Valuable Farm in Robeson
county, North Carolina, situated on
Shoe Heel Creek, about IO mileu from
thc South Carolina line and about 8
miles south of Maxton. Tract oom
tains f)17 acres-125 acres cloarcd tho
For further particulars apply to
A. W. McLean,
Mch 27,11)07. Lumberton, N.C.
I Am Still Repairing ORGANS,
SEWING MACHINES & CLOCKS.
ALL my work guaranteed to give
satisfaction or no pay. Can furnish
any missing or broken parts of any
Machino on tho market.
Will do your work nt your homo,
if preferred, where you can SF IO IT
DON ll, and TEST IT before paying
Beunettsville, S. t?,
To Mnko tho Carrying of Concealed
Weapons a Misdemeanor.
Bo it ordained hy the Mayor and Alder
men of 'ho Town ol' Benncttsvillo and
by the nm kori ty ol' tho name ?
On and udor this date any person wi
in tint corporate limits of thc. Town ot'
Bonnottsvillo carrying a Pistol. Dirk. Rn
/.or. Slim; Shot, Molal Knacks, or Othor
deadly Weapon usually used for tho io?
diction ol personal injury, concealed about
ibo person, shall be guilty of a ini>dn
meaner, and upon conviction thereof shall
forfoit to the Town of Bonnottsvillo tho
weapon carried concealed, and ho Pined
in the Mun ol' not more than one hundred
dollars and not less (lian Twenty dollars,
or Imprisoned not moro th in 30 days nor
less than five days, at tho disorotion ol'
the M ayer or Council heariny the caso,
Noll ling herein contained shall bo ooo
Struod to apply to por.sons earrying con
cealed weapons upon their own premisos.
Or peart! olftoor In tho actual discharge ol'
their duties as peace ollicor.
Done and ratifiai] in Council this ll Nt
day of March, 1VM7.
Many Skilled M?chenlos Like to Trevet
Over tho Globe.
In Now York may bo fourni Skilled
mechanics who imvo boon Wandering
over tho globo for half rt lifetime.
Thoroaro i MV trades In which n sklll
cti mau with tho mastery of several
tongues cannot carn a living lu almost
any considerable city of the world.
Most of tho mochantes who move
thus freely about tho world aro conti
nental Europeans, Woodcarvers, stonc
eutters, electrical workers of various
kinds and garment cutters are amona
tho mechanics that move about moat
Tho grent temptation to such n wan
derer ls the trip around tho world. Tho
thing ls not really (lllDcult. Ho can
cross thlH continent profitably in a few
months, with n stop at Chicago and
perhaps another between Chicago and
San Francisco. A stop of a few weeks
or months at Sun Francisco will put
him In funds for the voyage to Aus
There are four or ?ve Australian
cities in which u skilled mau ls sure of
protltublo employment. Aftor Austra
lia tho re are tho great Anglo-Indian
Tho Journey to Europe can ho made
with a slop at Cairo if one chooses lo
maka n little dolour, and then Paris
awaits om? only a few hours beyond
tho cad ol' the Mediterranean. Ilere
ure cheap living and gond wilges. In
a few months one ls moro Hum equip
ped for ibo voyugo to Now York;
One lier* only to keep Koher and know
bow te say ' money lu order to make
sueb ii Journey around the world with
entire success. It duos not mean un
comfortable living, in fact, tho Jour
neyman must bo well dressed und
must present a good appearance to got
on. At tho height of tho season hardly
any city luis 'enough skilled garment
cutters, for example, and the wander
ers are always welcome when they
reach a new town.-Washington Post.
Odd Orders That Aro Sometimes Given
to U ndortr.kcrs.
"Life and death both are strenuous
in New York," said an undertaker,
"We get orders sometimes that shock
"Not long ago we bad a call from n
family who asked us to mnko a hurry
Up Joh for the reason that they had ar
ranged to sall for Europe two days
later, and thoy didn't want lo postpone
"What would you think of a woman
who asked to lmvo her husband burled
as quickly us possible on thu ground j
that II few ?lays before bis doutlf they
had agreed to a separation and that
alie would like to put away the de
ceased before the newspapers heard of i
their marital trouble? That ls exactly
"Then Ibero was this ease: An elder
ly aunt, who had been an Invalid more
llian ii year, passed away. We were
asked to arrange for tho funeral on the
day of her death, and when we de
murred unless lhere was some Impor
tant reason we were Informed by a
nephew that they were anxious to
know what was lu her will, as thu mat
rimonial chances of a niece depended
upon what she was to got.
"youie time ago a man came Into our
office and said that his mother-in-law
' T " l that he would like
?outli as soon as pos
wife wanted to ut
functloii three days
I days In some parts
ised to bo tho custom
) family In which a
_ L. .o sit up with tho
corpses In a ease given lo us a few
months ago wi- were asked to send a
couple Of genteel appearing employees
lo the house to keep tho vigil. We did
lt, bull confess to you it seemed tome
rainer heartless." Exchange.
Chaucer's Face In a Stono.
In a geological branch of the British
museum the visitor is shown n won
derful specimen ot' natural imitation in
il small "ribbon Jasper." This stone,
the malarial of which ls not unlike that
of other handed agates, lias upon Its
surface a perfect miniature portrait of
tho poet Chaucer. i'Jvory ?Udall ls
startlingly correct. There are the
white fiieo, the pouting lips, tho broad,
low forehead nod even the whiles of
the slightly upturned eyes. Tho at
tendants say timi it ls ut tel ly Impos
sible to convince even some ol' Hie ed
ucated visitors timi lt ls not an arti
Waste Not--Wnnt Not.
Doctor-1 must know what you have
eaten today lu order to understand
your Stomachic disorder.
Patient-Oil, doctor, only a little
pork, lt was left over from last week
mid was perhaps not quite fresh.
Doctor- Would ll not have been
more sensible to let the pork spoil en
tirely rather than to upset your stone
Patient-Hut, doctor, you can cure n
diseased stomach, but what can you do
with spoiled pork?-Pliogendo Watter.
Got the Habit Later.
In a sermon preached In a small
church In Glasgow the pastor, after in
veighing against slothfulness, said by
way of climax, "Do you think Adam
and Evo wont about the garden of
Eden with their hands ia their pock
ets?"- Harper's Weekly.
Ono Dry 8pot.
Angler-Hang lt! Is there a dry spot
in this bout where I can scratch o
match? Boatman (who has been din
appointed as regards refreshment)
Try my throat, sh'.-London Punch.
It ls disgraceful to stumble thrice
at tho samo stono.-Greek Proverb.
JtfctVItch oiired in 80 minutes
by Wool lord's Sanitary Lotion
Never lails. Sold by ,1. T.
Douglas Druggist, Bennetts
ville, 8. C.
A good Halo8innn to ropresont us in
Bennottftvillo and vicinity. Do md
answer unless you mean business.
Address' Ware-Shepnard Cigar Co.
V. (). Box 701 Norfolk, Va.
A CK NTS W ANTIC 1) -Hov.
Sam .Jones' Life and Sayings, hy
Iiis wife, is. tho biggest aol lor ovor
published. Price only $2.f>0 Mag
nificent outfit and right to terri
tory only 50 couts. Dont miss this
alian co of your life to make monoy.
[li mular? froo T. J NiohoU ??
ml . .... ,'t
To I?eguluto the Use of Automobiles
10 tho Town of Honnettsvllle, 8. C.
Bo it Ord lined by the Mayor nod Aldermen
ot the Town of Brnuotttville in Oouuoll
afcBcmbkd and by authority of tho samo:
Suotiou i. It Bball bo unlawful for any
porsou to tido or propel any Automobile,
Steam Oartiago or vehicle using stearn or
other artiiloial powor, upon any sidewalk
of tho Town of Benuottsvillo ; exoopt an
may be necessary in ontorlng or leaving
promises or buildings.
Scotion 2, It nindi bo unlawful to ride
or propel any Automobile, ntoam oarrlago (
or vehicle uslug stoam or other artill?la!
powor, at a greator i-peed luau live (5) 1
miles an hour on Darlington street botweoo <
Methodist aud Baptist ohurohcB, and on
Broud street fiom A. 0. track to tho oourt
Imune, uor in nuy otlioi part of said town (
nt moro than ten (10) iniies an hour. Pro- .
vided, howover, that whon turu<ng around 1
comers of streets, or when turning around |
in any sticot tho speed of such vehicle shall 1
not oxeced four (4) milos an hour. !
Scotion 3. All automobiles, stonm car- '
riages and similar vohiclos shall bo provi
ded with bolls, gongs, or snmo suitable dc
vice which ebal! bo Bounded aB a warning
when turning in thc strnots or ut corners
And in thc night timo mell vebicccs shall
i.l'O bo provided with lighted lamps, la;?*
terns or other Piiitnbto lights to arranged
amt displayed ns t ? be conveniently econ
from a reasonable distance.
Section. It hindi bo tl c duty of auj
person riding or propelling an automobile,
mir Ugo or other vehicle by steam orothei
IO nil-lid power, to stop such vehicle when
*i j*pi ouching or passing horses or muli S
i mould they becomo frightened) on ri quoit
>>f the owner or driver of such an i ni ul or
animals. And lu nil suoh eases duo eire
Bindi bo oxorclsed lo provont injury to por
Boi.s or proporty.
Section 5. Any person convicted before
he Municpal Court or Mayor of said town
11 any of tho provisions of thin Ordinance
hull bo fined not lens than Five dollars,
nor more thau Ono Hundred dollars, or be
luipiisoned nut less than Five days HOI
moro than thirty days, and in case of dam
?.ge to proporty, such d mingo may be or
doted paid ont ol' the fine imposed and
Scotiou 6. It shall be unlawful for any
person driving or driving or propelling any
automobile or other vohiolo usin/ Bteam or
iittilloial power to open or removo thcrofrom
(except in case of absoluto necessity) thc
niulller, device or other attachment which
is used to prevent or deaden disagreeable
'ir explosive sounds that aro likely to fright
en horses and-nuiles, And it ahull bo tho
duty of all pontons tu op?ralo such vohioles
as noiselessly as possible. Any person vio
lating Ibis Ordinance, or any provision
thcieof, shall bo punished by fine not ICSB
than Five dollars nor moro than ono (too)
hundred dollars; 01 imprisonment not less
than live days nor more than thirty da>B.
Dono und ratified io Council assembled,
at BoDoettavillo, S. C., this 15th day of
March, 1907, under tho corpjrnto seal of the
P. A. IIODGI?S, Mayor.
M. MoLaurltl, Clerk and Treasurer.
STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Marlboro-Court of Com
DUNCAN 1). McCOLL, Plaintiff,
WASHINGTON STEWART, Defendant,
Summons for Relief-Complaint not
To TUB DEFENDANT, Washington Stow
Foil ?re herchy Summoned and rcqutr
cd to answer I lie complaint in this notion,
which i v bled in the ofhee ol'thc Clerk ol
thc Court ol'Con mon Pious in and foi
the County and State aforesaid, aud to
serve a copy ol your answer to the said
Complaint on I ho subsoribors at their of
fice IQ I?KNNKTTSVU.I.K. S. U,, within
twenty days after thc service hcroof, ex
elusive ol'thc day ol' such service; and
if you fail to nnswor thc complaint with
in the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in
this notion will apply to thc Court for
thc relief demanded in tho complaint.
Dated March 14th, A. D., 1007.
I SKA i.. I J. A. DRAKE, Clerk.
MCCOLL & MOCOLL,
To thc D?tendant Washington Stewait:
You will please take notice that the
Summons in this action, thc above being
a copy, together with the Complaint has
been liled in the. office of thc Clerk of thc
Court ol Common Picas lor Marlboro
County, and that Judgment will bc dc.
manded against you in accordance with
thc prayer ol said complaint, this 14th
day of March, 1907,
MCCOLL & MCCOLL,
llcnnettsville, S. C.
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August 1906. McGOLl., S. 0.
cnn easily bo raised with
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of t ho very liest Krude, for whioh tho
hlghoat prices eau bo gotten at your
wnrohouso, or from tobacco buyers if
you will, a few wooka before planting,
Virginia Carolina Fertilizers.
Usc them again aa a top dressing, or
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i ii in popularity, They aro not
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