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BENNETTSYILLB, S. ?.
D Y S. A. IIHOWN & ?0.
O?loo on Marion Street Opposite
Friday April 12; 1907.
Our Town Government*
J$ MAYOR-1?. A. Hodges
ALDERMEN -Throop Crosland, 0. 6'
Chaffin, l\ A. MeKcllar, F. G. Hollis
CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc
Laurin, Oifice open daily. i
POLICE-W T Kelly, WM Atkinson
Marlboro Oounty Officers.
SHERIFF--J. B. Oioon
JLERK or COUUT-J. A. Drako
JUDGK ov PttOBATfc -M. MoLaurin
CORONER-G. A, McCall
SUPERVISOR-Prauk Maonintr, Jr.
SUPI. WOUOATION - A. L. Kasterling
TREASURER-N. B. Honors
An? n'OH-J ?unos I*. Campbell
SBNA?-OR-Th'W. I, Roners
REPREHKN rATIVES-I). D. MeColl, Jr.
J. Lane, J. P. Gibson
>?. ots....?s-(J. 1). Engerling, oed
8. J. Mclnnis, Boiincitsvillo,
U. L. MoLuurio, MoOoll
John A. Old li ono. Olio,
W. J. AUhiHon, Blouhoim,
J. MoB. Hurley, Drightsvillo,
W W. W. Irby, Smithville.
J?en?cttsville Church Directory
METHODIST-M. W, HOOK, P. C.
Bnuday sohool 4 00 p. rn. Proaohing at
11.00 a. m, and 7.30 p.m. Prayor meot
ing Wodoosdny o vont tig at 4,00 o'olook.
Buporiutendont Sunday sohool, Phil? A.
BAPTIST-Rev. Ohas A. Jones, Pastor.
Sunday sohool at 10.00 Pronchiog Sun
day at 11.00 A. m., Aud7.30p.m. Prayor
meeting Thursday ovoning at 8 o'olock.
Buporiutondont ot*Sunday sohool, H. W.
PRESBYTERIAN-Buoyau McLeod Ph
D.? Paptor. Sorvicos every Sabbath
(summer) ll a.m. and 8 30p.m.; (winter)
ll a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Prayor mooting
Thursday 8 p. m. Soats froo. Strangers
cordially invitod. Sunday sohool ovory
Sunday IO a. m. Superintendent, P. A.
MuKuilar. All parents ?nd children made
welcome at tho sohool.
Oounty Ohurch Directory.
Bennettsville Circuit Appointments
REV. A. T. DUNLAP, P. C.
First Sunday-ll a.m , Pino Grovo
3 p. m., Smyrna.
Booond Sunday, 11a.m. McOoll
3 p. m, Beauty Spot
Third Sunday-ll a. m., Pino Grovo
3 p. m, Smyrna
Fourth Sunday, ll a. m. McColl
?KY. IV. 1 . I :;.)- .< $.
FivMt ^tjiidaVi rou liv nv.
Third Sunday, Hebron ll a.m.
Ebonozor 3.30 p. m.
Fourth Sunday Parnassus ll a. m.
Zion 3.30 p. m.
Clio Cireuit Appointments.
REV. F. II. SIIULER, P. C.
Clio-Preaching o\cry Sunday morning
at ll o'olook. Epworth League Sun
day night at 8 o'clock. Sunday sohool
at 10 a. m. \Y. A Hinshaw, Supt
Prayer meeting Monday night at 8.
Beulah -Preaching every Sunday aft at
4 o'clock. Sunday school at 3. R.
M. Jackson, Supt,
North Marlboro Circuit.
REV. J. hi M ULLIN ix, P. c.
Kirut Sunday, Oak ?rovo, 10.30 a ru.
Pleasant Hill 1.30 p ni,
Now Hope, 3,30 p. m.
Second Sunday, Shiloh 11 a. m.
Kbonezor 3 30 p, m.
Third Sunday, New Hope 1030 a. m.
Pleasant Hill 1 30 p. tn.
OAk Grovo, 3 30 p. m.
Fourth Sunday, Ebenezer 11 A m.
Shiloh, 3 30 p. m.
REV. P. B. INGRAHAM, P. M.
Bethel first and third Sunday at ll a. m.
Boykin 4 4 4 4 at 3 30 p tn
Boykiu second and fourth at ll a m.
Antioch sooond and fourth at 3 HO p m.
m&?irectory of Bennettsville Lodges
OONSOLIDATEO LODGE No. 15, K. ot
P., moots every second and fourth Mon
day nights at 7.30 o'clock.
O. W. Crosland, 0. 0.
0. D. Eastcrling, K. of R. & S.
MARi.noRO LODGE NO. 88, meets at
Bonnettnvillo, Friday evening, on or be
fore oaoh full moon nt 8 o'clock.
J. F. Kinney, YV. M.
R. M. Pratt, Socrctary.
County Masonic Directory.
MARLBORO CHAPTER NO. 30 R. A.
M., meets at Bennettsville on tho first
Friday night after tho lull moon of oaoh
T. E. McCall, ll. P.
II? E. Stookton, Secretary.
EUKHKA LODGE NO. 43, A. F, M.,
i'loots at Mcdill, oaoh Saturday aftoru
?oon.beforo tho full moon,at 4 o'olook.
AURORA LODGE No. 33, A. F. M.,
Hkiflt9 at Clio, Saturday on or aftor oach
full moon at 3 o'olook, p. m.
D. McQucon, W; M.
T. A. Covington, Soorotary.
BRUNS LODGE NO. 118 meets on Fri,
?*y afternoon on or before each lull
moon at Blenheim,at 3 o'clock.
J. E. Rogers, W. M.
W. W. Hruce, Sec'y
Speoiala at Mooro's.
Canned Tripo 20c oach or 2 for
?j, Heinzs Picklo--fresh and good.
Frosh jelly- nssortod-only 10.
Armour'e Sansago in tomato
.ftuoo only 10 couts.
Heinze's White Wine Vinegar
Mr. Smith a clever bookkeeper
at Olio, was here Tuesday
Mr. T. W. Huokabee of ?oylcin
soctiou was down Tuesday and
Mrs, J. Mittle of Beaufort is
hero spending a fow davs with
Mr. John W. LoGraud, attend
ed Court at Rockingham last
Misa Ella Howell of Wilming
ton has been spending a few days
Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Morris
spout Sunday in Florence, with
Mr. J. C. Hardeu celebrated
his 00th birthday on Friday with
a grand "rouuiou" dinner.
Mr. Oscar Mathews was called
to Wilmington Tuesday as a wit
ness in a railroad suit.
Mr. J. J. B, Rogers of Adams
ville was down this week-all
quiet and busy on the farm.
Kev. Chas A. Jones left Tues
day for Columbia to attend the
meeting of tho B. Y. P. Union.
Wo aro pleased to learn that
Miss Mario Webster is convales
cing and will soon bo out again.
Mrs. Maymo McDaniel of Beau
ty Spot is spending a fow days
with relatives in town this week.
Mr. Wiloy Atkinson, of tho
public force who has had an at
tack of "grip, was able to get
out last Friday.
Mr. W. W. Bundy, now of
Lumber Bridge, N. C., spent
Saturday hero with relatives.
Ho is woll pleased with his new
We are indeed glad to report
that Mr. Finley Gilbert, who has
been very ill for the past week
at the homo of Mr. W, T. Kelly,
is some better.
Rev. J. R. T. Major, now on
the D rlington corcuit, was here
Tuesday shaking hands with his
old friends hore, who romom
bered him as a teacher in our
Graded School several years ago.
Little Willie Edward, tho 16 mt hs
old child of E A. and ('arrie M. Coxe
of Brownsville died Thursday morn
ing April 4, 1907, after a few days
illness of cholera infantum. The fu
neral services were conducted by Rev.
H. C. Brabham at Brownsville Bap
tist church on Friday morning.
Moved Rack Homo.
Mr. Percy Wallace, who has
been living in Charlotte for sev
eral months, has given up his
job ?nd irtnvpd ha ok tn Bennett*
..:.?..!'.e and o&e?p?'?H the ?jt)U?g< ,
o; o. ir ? ).luh. T. i', Rogers, OM
Darlington Si re? \
On H. td ny nijf?hl !.?-. td MUt Jl.iV),
M two minn ?ci vu... o ?cU?iC i? ii. >
Carroll's yard WHS discovered on fire,
and before help could bc obtained,
tho fire g'it beyond control and the
building was burned along with the
c intents, except r, few small articles
Mr, Carrolls dwelling was scorched
some. The losses will foot up about
$500 at prose ut prices.
La Grlpno and Pneumonia
Poley's Honey and Tar euros la grippe
coughs and prevents pneumonia. Refuse
any but the genuine in the yellow pack
age. Reid ? Co.
- You will not dread the sound
of the liro bell if you have an in
surance policy on furniture,
goods, store or residence with J.
National .Furo Food and Drag Lnw.
We aro pleased to announce that Foleys
Honey and 'far for coughs, colds and lung
troubles is not affected by the National
Pure Food and Drug law as it contains
no opiates or other harmful drugs, and
we recommend it as a safe remedy for
children and adults. Reid & Co.
-New Ketch Mackerel in kits,
also loose in barrels at'
W M Rowo's.
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THIS MAY INTEREST YOU
No one is immuse from kidney trouble,
so just remember that Foley's Kidney
Cure will will stop the irregularities and
cure any case of kidney and bladder trou
ble that is not beyond the reach of med
Foley's Honey and Tar cures the most
obstinate coughs and expels thc cold
from the system as it is mildly laxative.
It is guaranteed. Thc genuine is in tin
yellow package. Reid & Co,
Chronic Constipation Curtid
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 mid stim
ulates the liver and bowels, restoring the
natural action of these organs, Com
mence taking it today and you will feel
better nt once. Orino hnxativc Fruit Sy
rup does not nauseate or give pain and is
very pleasant to take. Refuse substitutes
Reid it Co.
To Prevent Convoying Horses, Millen
and (Jews from one point to another
in Bennettsvillo, without having
them secured so ns not to run looso.
Bo it ordained by the Iv.'-yor and Alder
men of tito Town of Bennettsvillo and by
authority ol'the name,
Section 1. That on and after tho 15th
day of March 1U07 no horse, mule or cow
of any kind shall he allowed to ho con?
yoyed from point to another, or brought
into or convoyed out of said Town without
I ii.'u i j' FCCUrcd, fastened willi lindie, Ind
tor or fastened in fiomo way, ?o as to prc*
vent from running loose
Heotion % That thc owner of any snob
horse mulo or cow; or any person having
samo in their possession or under their
control as agent or servant or otherwise
violating this Ordinance, shall ho fined
not le: i than Ono Dollar nor moro than
ono hundred dollars, or ho imprisonod or
work on tho puhlio works of tho Town
not less than 6 days nor more than thirty
Bono and ratified tn Council this 1st
day of March, A. 1)., 1907.
V, A. HotKiKtf, Muy or.
TOV*r?f A?V-M COUNTY NEWS.
- Vegetation looks sick
- Now moon this afternoon,
- We return thanks to Ohas
H. Honegan for favors.
- Bennettsville will entertain
200 doctors next woek.
-Hollis & Co., have a lot of
mixed peas for quick sale.
- Call and see tho new arri
vals at Puller's Stables.
- Tho bleak weather of Eas
ter was repeated on the 7th.
- The market was well sup
plied with Charleston cabbage
at 4c a pound.
- Mr. Thomas B. Fraser has
a Ly ten Planter for sale at half
-The morning train to Kol
lock now leaves at 6,40 so as to
connect with S. A. L. Train No.
- For the convenience of tho
public the post ofiico will bo open
Sunday mornings from 8 to 8 80
- Seo Notice of farm for salo
Shredded wheat Biscuits
at W. M. Rowe's.
r- The storm of wind, rain and
hail was heaviest near A. J.
David's going towards Brights
KBF" Cabbage Plants
at W. M. Rowe's
D. M. Ferris's Garden Seed
at W. M. Rowe's.
Every Farmer should have one of
thoso Donaldson Drills. See his ad,
- Cracker Meal for frying
Oysters. at W. M, Rowe's
WST Just received a nice Hue of Box
Paper from 25c to 50c nt Bennettsville
Book Store, next to Dr. Faisou's office
En8on Bros., Props.
- Try a package of Chase &
Sanborn's Coffee, and if not the
best you ever used, don't pay
for it-20, 2? and 35c.
W. M. Rowe.
03" Send your Kodak Films to the
Reennettsvillo Book Store and have
your pictures finished up-to-date nt
reasonable prices. Eason Bros. Props.
Soft Sholl Crabs,
at W. M. Rowe's
Best New Orleans Syrup
at W. M. Rowe's
t&~ Writo or Phono Bonnettsville
Book Store, Phone No. 228, when you
need anything in Stationery, Books,
Mngaztnee, Kodaks and Films.
Eason Bros., Props.
Heinz' Baked Beans with to
mato sauce, always fresh
W U Roi *
- .. l,V i?- .. .' 'i\ helios hhs Uv ii '
fri?.*h al . kill''ti? I iSV??ij ? "' ?ivri?in - j
cy Barlil . titi . ..;-.ot.
IW U ils ii 1 'tar;.., or < ?rv: i ;
yow .vant, fjot Strau? A u< ,
ulL, .Vii. ^v.j^.w?.-,
Heinzs Preserves and apple
Butter at Claude T. Moore's.
"My, my 1 what a dandy snit : eau
you tell me whore you got it? ' ' Yes,
Mr. Maxey Strauss took my measure,
and he has never failed yet.
33?" Fresh Mack rel at C. T.
Qigr' 1 am now prepared to
furnish homo made Meal and
Hominy. C. T. Mooro.
His ?eur Old Mother.
"My dear old mother, who is now
eighty three years old, thrives on Eloc
trict Bitters." Writes VV. B. Brunton
of Dublin, Ga. ''She has taken then?
for about two years and enjoys an ex
col lent appetite, feels strong ami sleeps
well." That's tho way lOhctric Butors
nifect the aged, and 'bo same happy
results follow in all cases of female
weakness and general debility. Weak,
puny children too, are greatly streng
thened by them. Guaranteed uWo for
i tom a oh, liver and kidney troubles,
by J, T. Douglas Druggist. 50c
CUKES BLOOD, SKIN DISEASES, CANCER.
GREATEST BLOOD PURIFIER FREE.
If your blood is impure, thin, diseased,
hot or full of humors, If you have blood
poison, cancer, carbuncles, eating sores,
scrofula, eczema, itching, risings and
bomps, scabby, pimply skin, bone pains,
catarrh, rheumatism, or any blood or
skin disease, take Botanic Blood Balm
(B. B. B. ). Soon All sores heal, ac?"\s
and pains stop and the blood is ma? .
pure and rieb. Druggist or by express
SI per large bottle. .Sample free by
Writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga.
B. B. B. ls especially advised fpr chronic,
doep-soated cases, as it cures after all
TYJNI?it'8 DYSPEPSIA REMEDY.
A Guaranteed Onro.
If you suffer from Dyspepsia or Indizes?
lion in any form, gas, belching, bitter tafite,
offontdvo bad broatb, (lizzie spells, sour
Htomaclic, lioart Uniter, naiiRoa, gustritin,
lout bing of food, pains or swelling in tho
stomaoho, back or sido, deep seated kid
ney or livor tronblo, thon they will disap
pear in a short timo aftor taking Tynor'n
Dyupopftia Remedy, mado espeeially to euro
Dyspopuia, indigestion and all Stomaoho
TroubloH, ?von of tho Worst casos. Tyner*8
DvapopBla Remedy expolia tho gasses and
annotons tho broath. jit euros Slok Hoad
aoho, (Jolie and Constipation at oneo. Drug
gists or by express 50 oontH a bottlo Mon
oy refunded if it f?ll? to ouro. BonnotUw
villo Phorinaoy and Marlboro Drug Co., of
Bonnottswillo, H. C. Call on or write olthor
Giyo Him A Trial.
Elsewhere will be found the
card of Mr. George h. Dixon, a
first class Tinner from Rocky
Mount, who has come to our
town to open upa Tinshop. He
can do anything in the Tin line
Call and see him in rear W. h
Pearson s Jewelry storey
Sunday Bobool hour at the Mothodist
ohuroh bM boon changed to io a. m.
Tho hoar for oveniug services nt the
ohurohos is now 8 00 o'olook.
Holiness Prayer nicol log evory Tues
day night in the upper room io the Kirk
wood building at 7, 30. Everybody iovi*
Prayer meeting at the Baptist ohurob
every Thursday evening nt 7 30.
Prayer mooting at the Method Wt ohurob
ovury Wed nomi ny at 4.30 p. m.
Prayor mooting at Presbyterian chu roll
Thursday evening at 7 30.
Tho Epworth Leaguo Prayer meeting
u hold every Wednesday evening lu the
Sun>!ay eobool room of the Method int
church at 8 o'olook. Tho publio Invited.
Tbc Presbyterian congregation
will hold their Sunday Behool and
morning service next Sunday in thc
ball adjoining tho Hotel Skye All
Hard Times lu Kansas.
The old days of grasshoppers and
drouth aro almost forgotten in the
prosperous Kansas of to day;ahhough
a citizen ofCidoil, Earl Sluiruburg,
hut not yet forgottou a bard timo he
encountered, lie aavs: * I was worn
out and discouraged by coughing
night ami day. and could find no re
lied till I t ie l Dr. King's Now Dis.
covtry Ii took less than one bottlo
to completely cure mo" Tho safest
and most teliublo cou^h and cold euro
aud lung ai.d throat healer ever dis
covered. Guaranteed by J, T Douglas'
drug storo 50c and fl.00. Ti in I bot
Tho following letters romain unoallod
for at Boniii'ttavillo Postoillae :
Wnrthry Howey, Stephen Lucas, F G
Hobbs, BL McDaniel, G L Morrison
\V D WiUo.,, H L Golublo. J Dickr,
Will McCormick, Stephen Land.
FEM ALI LIST
Patroy Sherman, Sallie Pall, Lillie
Anne Rae, Mary E MoKenkey, Vioy
Sanders, Mary Price, J D Heid.
T. H. MCLAURIN, P. M.
otosts ?H? o* o af IT- arad tm?avlolu-a^e
- Nice fresh eggs at
" W. M. Rowe.
Don't Do Itl
In cleaning up your yards don't
dump tho tni.'ih in tho streets.
There ?8 on Ordinance forbidding
it, and you may eave a fine hy
observing it. You should help
the Council to koop tho streets
v .ijin.H.Mj groWliUUU iuij?uV(!U lui
plautiug seed to the highest stan
dard of perfect ion. For early
maturing and yield of lint cannot
bo excelled. No frost bitten cot
ton seed in tho lot. Price 60 cents
lier bushel, f. o. h Youngsville,
Sugar Loaf Cotton Farm.
I. w. MITCHELL, Owner,
Dee. 6, 1006. :3m
Found at the
A Dion line of Bibles, Testaments, the
tate-t Wot ka of Pied..a. Magazines. Pic
ture Frames. B mik Books. Wiro Card
Back, nice line ol' Table's ruled and un
ruled. Box Pip T? ?nd anything in thc
Stationery lino- Dolors taken for engra
ved Card* and limhos-ed Stationery.
(lubber stamps and Stencils undo any
style. Agents fut any Magazine published
Subscriptions taken for airy Magazines or
Periodicals, Orders Ukon for any mu^ie
Write, phono or call en Bennettsvillo
Bookstore. EASON BROS , Props.,
Our?* Ooldej Prevente. Pnsumenla
Roy- Irl R. K oks 1907 Almanac
Rev Irl K Hicks han been oompelled
by tho popular demand to resume tho pub
lie,dion of hie well known and popular
Alumnae for IQ07. This pplendid Al
maiiiio in now ready. For salo by news
deniers, or Bent postpaid fer 25 couts, by
Wo un AND WORKS PonLisiiiNO COMPANY,
2201 Locust .Street, flt. Loui8 Mo , publish
ora of WOKO ANO WORKS, ono of tho best
dollar monthly magazines in Amorioa. Ooo
Alilifttiao goos with every lubeoriptlon.
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DOES YOU HOUSE LEAK?
It so I), h. DIXON will gi ve you
a close estimate on repairs, or if
your roof is wornout and you
wan'taNEW TIN ROOF paint
ed and ready for the hard beat
ing rain, you bad bettor sen bim
before the weath gots worse. My
Tin Shop is now moved to D. E.
Odom's old stand.
Remember Your Dead.
We invito special attention to tho
advertisement of tho Bonnottaville
Marblo Works in this paper. Call and
seo samples, or write thora.
Horses Do (int Hick.
When a horses and mu)es are poor
it is not always and indication that they
do not get enough to eat. Many ani
mals, just like human beings, have in
digestion or thc system is all run down
and a toniP is needed, it is not the a?
mount ol lood eaten that makes mtlfietr
and fat. More depends upon the
cr digestion or assimilation ol thu
than is commonly supposed. Nc
has yet been discovered that will
up a horse or mule better than
cratt's Condition Powders, the i
remedy in its class sold under a
antee. Ask Mr. Smith Newton. Hoi
lionsville, tor lt-the klud put up in
?fi, And McColl Drug Co,|McCt
???? M'. ? >i n II a ?fcf.
At the present r-ho rocoivos, no
matter what they may bo. or whero
they carno from.
Hut if you wish to bo ?uro that your
Offering wi I receive tho admiriuar
nt lout iou of ovo y ho 'y, get it Ot a
Thoo you are ?JUHE to bo right.
You (JANT go wronar by (riving
jewolry. And you (JANT go
wroog if you got it boro.
Everything wo show you would do
trodit to your Judgom mt and go >d
We can interest you at a dollar or
on. or as high as you care to go in
Always trust us to hove tho light
8AM J. PEARSON.
JEWKLER AND OPTICIAN,
Do you find it
By artificial light ? Or to KOW? Or
to do any woik that requires a go jd
deal ol'oyo woik ?
Headaches follow, mao thin likely
accompanied by dizzy i-ciuations.
Ils your eyes, without ? doub'.
'Ibes ni i-tonis uro well known to
Opt ?ciaos, and thny mean that tho
Eyes aro wo.ik. or that thoy havo
been over worked.
Lot us investigate. Tt is almost a
certainty (hat glasses aro needed.
If you will call somo day wo will
Toll you ?ill about it,
SAM J. PKARSON,
JEW ELF a & OPTICI tt?
Practical Pharmacist and Dealer in
ure ?rugs nnd fiaient jjj?dj?incs;
WE ?LSD D?RRY j
STAND A Jil) MEDICINES,
TOILET and Fancy Article*, % V ARNISH and STAINS,
STATIONARY and SUP
BRUSHES of all kinds,
0 PREPARED PAINTS, *
j WINDOW GLASS,
?PLIES j" LAMPS, SHADES, Etc.
FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO.^
fdr Prescriptions carefully com pounded at (Ul hours
and guaranteed, to be of the Purest. Drugs and at
A full line Carden Seed & Onion Sets
Thankful for past patrouago you rn for a prosp?rons now year.
J. T, DOUGLAS.
Jaanury 1. 1905 AT THE OM? STAND
EASTER Has PASSED
; I nw Pnr %wm W?ur. i
We Have, tho Goods thal will P erne You
For Waists, Skirls and Slip.
Ulotnmg, oli?os, Hats, ?IJLU, tor Mon.
These Goods are all Late Arrivals, and np to date.
Come and get prices. Now is your chance. Don't
Delay your coming !
WE are constantly receiving NKVV PIANOS and
ORGANS. Always have thom on hand. Sold on
Several good Square PIANOS for sa'e Gheap.
Strauss & Ci?.
Hennettsville, S. C., April 4, 19-7.
WE HANDLE BARGAINS TOO
NO USE TO WOURY, HUT COMB HIGHT ON TO
XTT YOU .WADKT'a?
Dr^ Groofs, Clothing, Shoes, N otions
And Fancy Groceries.
lie7* Fresh Wator Ground MK Ab 11"<1 HOMINY a specialty.
Wc Keep a full lino in cudi Department and will (ill your Wants in each
AT THE L0WKST Pl I li J KS.
When yon oome to Town caji and HOC tn. PIIQUC oidora in town delivered
PRPJ??, and satisfaction puanint-ed. /
(Jail and see us-Near Dougl is' Drug Store,
BENNE?T8VILLE & CH ER AW RAILROAD.
ne/uodulu ?ri K??eot
Sppt pl, loo/j.
,H - DAILY; -
t?rikir^r?? 'Mrri1 l'iXCopt bu nd ny.
No. 3 No. i.
N<> 2 No 4.
y oo p m
7 SS P m
9 SS P ?
9 so p m
8 io . m
6 loi n
0 4$ ? ?n
1 45 p m
1 ? 3 P M
io,xi a \0
\ ,,. r m
li >? Y- U\
. (o a iv
S < 5 r. w
ft 40 a v? Leave
7 30 a m
8 50 a m
8 50 a m
5 20 p m
4 $5 P m
8 3fi p tn
n 17 P w
2 35 a m
6 30 a m
il 50 a.in
8 40 p m
9 50 a m
5 45 p m Arrivo
9 '5 0 ?0
8 10 a m
8 06 a in
6 io a m
8 12 p m
1000 p m
6 -j P m
5 07 n m
a SS p m
.a 35 p m
9 00 p m
S 3? ft m
12 io a m
7 5? P ?o
io 15 p m
9 35 P m
9 15 P rn
9 io p tn
8 48 a tn
I 30 p m
IQ 00 a m
8 .1 ?.. a m
6 39 a m
12 io a m
5 00 p tn
8 20 a m
6 45 p m
I 15 p tn
9 00 a nt
eotlon is made at Kollock, night and morning with both North
ound Scabourd Air Linc Traine,
A. iL MATHESON, V. P. ?nd Gen. Man.
HEN YOUR LIFE DB
IOINE YOU TAKE,
cu rsi te. We give our eoti
and tlie needs of our patrc
Thereby proteo I lng thew
tage of a skilled Druggist
PHONE 43. ?,. ?,
?ir AU varieties TURN:
Both. One Year
The New Idea Woman's Ma
month of fashions, dressmaking, need
Each number is beautifully ill
fashion plates, some in color.
These two publications furnish
LAXATIVE cough remedy.
For coui;li;., colds, throat and lung
troubles. No opiates. Non-alcoholic.
Good for everybody. Sold everywhere.
Tho ?ji?M (tin i
?OU-;* 'S HONKY nd TAU is ia
?* Y? Howpackage,. K fuse substUuteii.
PVopo?'OM only l>y
Foley ?V Company, Ohloe/fo?
Parties in want of first class
Lumber can get it from
A. J. JONES,
Oct 18. Blenheim, ll, F. D. 1.
and Health REVIVO
Well Man I
THEV"^ ?jgra^of Me."
cv ix aa ^.i1
i>? <><!u. c.'. lino n.ll? 1? 30 day?. It nota 1
powerfully ami quickly. Cures when others (ail.
Vonni; men cnn regain their lost manhood, and
>)d mon muy rocover their youthful vigor by
using KHVIVO. It quickly and quietly re
moved NervoiiKnciiS, Lost Vltullty, SoiUUl
Weaknoss such ns Lost Powor, Failtnu Momory.
Wasting Disensos, amt effects of Hoir-abune or
.xcoss amt iiullsoretlon, which unfits one for
.linly. business or marriage. It not only cures
ny starting nt tho sent ot disease but Is a great I
norvo tonic and blood builder? bringing
imek tho pink glow to pulo check? and re
storing thc Uro nf youth. It wards oif an.
l>roachlngdiseas< Insist on having ItftVfVO,
io othor lt ca? i carried in Ypst linokot. Oy
nuil. Ol.00 pur puoiuMio, or nix for 86.0O, Wo
itvo freo advice ami counsel to all who wish lt,
with i .iiiii mitre. Circulars froo, Address
ROYAL MEDICINE CO., Marina Dido., Chicago. III.
For sale in Ronnottsvillo hy
J. T. Douglas, Druggist.
Oi(lera fur MONUMENTS 01
TOJVriJSTONE promptly filled
Call on nie. nt my plftM ol business noni
the Atkin ic PoaM l ino and iho Sou-*
board Air Ll JU Pu-sein? or Depots, 01
write nie. Pcsigi.-s ami I'lieet; furnish
eel on application.
Phone No. ?JO,
J W. McElAN ID li.
January 2f>, 1000.
NEW \ tvi SHOP
I havo oponed u an up to date Till
Shop ia *i10 rearo W. L. Pearson's
?Jewelry Store, whoro am now pre
pared to 1)0 ALL KINDS 1 IN HOOFING
GUTTERING und SLATING on short
notice. Protect your houses hy using
Gui tors, etc AH now work guaran
teed. You will Hud my work done in
tho liost stylo. Give mo a Trial.
Old Cook Stoves Repaired.
YOURS TO Bsttvfi.
0. L. DIXON.
April 6. '.HOB,
PENDS UPC .HE
We ?ill Pre? Options
re time to our DRUG STORK,
' and giving them theadvan
W9 tO ll -ri. M.
, MATTHEWS, Mgr,
IP SEED fresh.
The New Idea
for Only $135.
Sazine contains over 100 pages each
.work and household helps,
ustratcd and contains nine full-page
\ reading (or every member of the
tSST" Read every page,
Yes, read every line,
For by this gauge
It may pay for time
Stove Wood an I ce.
WE take pleasure in intormio? thu
public that we are now preprrev
io Dress Lumber, fill orders for ger
dry stove wood, supply Ice in any
quantity, at tho Benuettsville planrog
uiill, uear the Coast Lone yard. /
Phono 166 and your order? will be
promptly delivered to you,
,1. J. !V?l!NN*;5U,Y??.'
April 26; J MO.
AN. CURE THE LUNGS
*,tH Dr. King's
0UGK8 and , t0c&$1.00
OLDS Free Trial.
Sorest and Quickest C\.. o for nil
THROAT and LUNG TROUB
LES, or MONEY BACK.
VYE STILL FEED
WHKN in town und you wuitl a good
meal, remember wo van herve you.
A good meal for 35e, Routnurant
north ot the Market.
FRESH OYSTERS in every etyle.
D. J. BR AY BOY
33. JP. ROCK,
13 for only 50 cents home de
livery--10 cts extra for packing
j and delivering to Express office.
JASPER FLB1 CHER,
MCCOLL, S. C.
march 8. R, F. D. S.
B- ".i 1 . : i . i i.m.i ? i
?THE NEW YORK WORLD
Thrice A Week Edition,
Tho Most Widely Read Newspaper
Time has demonstrated that the Thrice
asWeek World ?tanos alone in a class.
Other papers have imitated its form but
001 its sueeess. This is because it tell?
it impartially, whether that news be po?
litical or otherwise. \X is in iact almost
a daily at the price of a weekly.
In addition to news, it publishes Hist-,
class serial stories and other Icaturrs
suited to the home and fireside.
The Thrice a Week World's regular
I subscription price is only $t.oo per year
j and this pava ?or 156 papers, We oller
this unequalled newspaper and the Dcm?
j oerat together one yeur 1er $1.67.
Thc Merits of Our Eye (liasses
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He Seas best who? Kees the con
DON'T PVT IT OW
Comp at Onoa end Have Us Fit
Your Eyes for you.
BY SAM J. PEARSON
iOQQ Lightwood Posts
For sale by
Bennett*?!]]* Mercantile Ca