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TSVILLE. S, C.
June 7, 1907,
OWN - - - Editor
State Teacher? Association
Tho, State Teacher's Asaooia
tion will meet at Chicks Springs
Juue 24 to the 26.
Our Tuesday, June 26, there
will be a departmental sessions
of the Sohool Improvement As
sooiation, which is of speoial in
terest to Teachers of country
The railroads have granted a
rate of one and one-third fare for
the round trip on tho certificate
plan, which mast be secured at
the starting point.
Members of the Association
will be granted a special rate of j
$1,00 a day at the hotel, a mem
bership card being necessary to
secure this reduction.
Many distinguished educators
will be present and the program
will be a most attractive one,
I trust ail the teachers of the
county can attend.
McColl, June 1, 1907.
WITH SINCERE THANKS
We cannot forbear publishing
the following private letter, not
that we deserve the fine things
said of us, but because of the en
couragemeut it contains. It is
the first personal check ever re
ceived by the writer, and the
only words of encouragement
that haveever been written to us.
If such appreciation had been1
shown to us in the weary days
when we struggled for the cause
our work would not have seem
ed so hopeless.
Mrs Nellie T. McColl.
DKOWNSVIIJ.U, S. C,, 1907
Mrs NitLMK MCCOM,,
My Dear Madam : I beg to hand
you check for #2.5, as my humble contri
bution to your monument fund. All
honor to you, for your splendid service.
Shame on us that we men have not res
ponded more liberally and promptly than
we have. I want to personally thank
you for your great work and eminent
I beg to remain with best wishes
iVictjoll and Bennettsville was dis
cussed. As a result a motion was
made that this bo placed before the
several Sunday schools in the county
and a voluntary olFering asked for
with which to employ a lady to do
the work. It was understood that
the Superintendents or the delegates
representing each Sohool at that
conference was to bring thc matter
before their schools and report the
amount of offering to the following
committee: Rev. T. E. Morris, J. P.
Everett and C. T. Easterliug, who
were empowered to employ a lady
for the work as soon as praoticablo.
This committee through the help of
Itev. A. Ti Dunlap secured Miss
Ellen Cainey, a consecrated and ef
ficient christian woman, who lias
done, and is doing, a grand and no
ble work for and among thoao poo*
pie. Under her ministrations sun
day schools and prayer meetings
have been established and they and
their children are being saved and
brought into the church. The com
mittee at this time i? somewhat em
barrassed through lack of funds to
continue this work-owing we be
lieve to the fact that our people have
never had the needs of this work
properly, if at all, presented to them.
Those schools before whom it has
been presented so far us we know,
have responded, avid wc fool sure
that if you will bring the subject
before your school, you will find
many who will gladly make au of
fering for this much needed work,
/We do not ask for any great amount
?-a few dollars monthly from each
school will enable us to go forward
and keep up the work.
Will you not help us by bringing
the matter before your school next
Sunday and report results at once to
Mr. A. K. Odom, MoColl, S. C.
June (5, '07. Committee.
Sponsor for Confederate Monument.
It will bc remembered that tho priy
?lego of choosing tho Sponsor for the
unveiling of the Confederate Monu
ment, was to be given to tho person
making the largest contribution, Up
to tills time, tho largest contributor is
a married man, under very strict wife
ly training. lie will, as lie usually
does, follow thc advice of his wife in
tho selection of tho Sponsor?
Wo mako tho announcement that it
io not too late, for some aspiring young
mau Ol' bachelor, to chum tho privi
lege of naming tho sponsor, ii ho will
make his contribution a Iii tie moro
than tho largest wo now havo. Our
Soorotary will give all desired infor
mation with pleasure,
ONK WHO KNOW?.
May 23, 1907.
Tn? Uno CAR-On Pccowsic Hill,
Springfield, Mass., tho Roo in its first
season boat every car in its class; won
tho silver cup for cars costing up to
$1500, and averaged 20 milos an hour
up a 12 per cont grado.
Portraying tho Wonderful Growth
?nd Prosperity of this Hustling
Io endeavoring to portray in glit
tering letters upon the walls that Ho
betweeu success and failure, Mr. A.O.
MoR&e undoubtedly merits a plaoo in
our contribution for Ibis week's issue,
for his sturdy ways and close applica
tion to husmeas, handling tho freshes!
groceries only. His every appoarauco
at bis beautiful homo, as well as at bia
! nicely kept store, bespeaks sucocss aud
wealth. Alex's success ut his boan ti
ful homo, iu my opinion, is largely at?
tr ibu table to his hoi nj; SO iori un ate as
to secure for a help meot that loving,
Scotch lady, Miss Alice McLauriu, to
help him row tho boat across the sea
of life. Last year I beard a piauo
?gent say that A. G. MoRao would one I
day in the near futuro have barrels ol
Then comes 1\ J. Smith who hah
already succeeded and rotircd from tin
Then comes J. S. Covington, common
ly known as "Stacy," who has been
very activo in tho "livo stock" trade,
up to this year, but a rabbit crossed
his path and he fri led to turn his hat,
and has volumed to his old calling in
which he never failod, angling the
Hue among the finny tribo. "I hope
to got a mesa 'foro long
Charles Mauuing is still in tho ring
buying ootton. Ho is so deeply ab
801 bod in tho business he forgets to
get bis cigar, but nevertheless his ac
curacy and politeness lias won ior him
a largo and lucrativo business. Seo
bini when you como to town.
We are very much encouraged over
the effort of A. L. Calhoun, Jr., lo
excel the Storuborger Co., in u tine
brick Department Store, BS it isgivon
up that K. Stcrnborgor has thc largest
aud most convenient store in the state,
and wo boliovo if "Gary'' will excel
them iu the least, wo can got Howard
Bonuett to go a little beyond Mi. C.,
aud judging from tho spacious brick
warehouse that Mr. B is just comple
ting, be will try it.
Then get F. L, Currie to excel Mr.
Bennett a little, and got this spirit in
our people, folks will fail to hugh,
when I say that our town will soon bo
I have seon and heard many con
tractors give orders aud push work,
but A. L. Calhoun, Jr., ia tho moat
efficient leader and driver 1 have yet
Wolli Watt Welch has just arrived
from New York to spend a few days
at homo ; would have come sooner if
it had not boen a difficult task to find
a man to fill his position in a largo
Banking establishment in Now York.
There is ono hore who thinks ho is the
best looking ono of tho name. 1 would
have Miss Julia and Miss Maud to
understand that I mcau of the mon.
Mr. N. W. Edens, I notice, bab ac
cepted a position in tho Drug Store of
t * -J, - . -- -u
with accuracy and promptness has
become a second naturo. There goes i
a much larger volume of business
through this offico than ono would
think We will got np some data on
thia office that will bo correct and will
Well, citizens, I enjoy penning these
paragraphs, therefore if I have caused
any trouble or moritcd any ill will,
from any of whom I have spoken, I
ask you to forgive mo. Just hore, I
am reminded of a small boy who com
mitted an ugly act under tho observa
tion of his father ono night, and, after
tho lad had been reprimanded by his
father, the sentence was to sit by the
heaith next morning and eat dry
broad and water. Thc morning came
tho dining room was sought, a fine
breakfast found. The mother carrying
out tho father's orders had prepared
tho broad and waleroi) tho hearth. It
was too much for tho boy, and he
turned and said : "Father can't I eat
breakfast with you ?" The roply was
"No I" Tho boy said, "Father did 1
not hoar you last night in your prayer
say, "Fathor forgive us our trespasses
as wo forgive th oso whotrespass against
us?" The fathor replied with lours in
his oyes and a choking in his throat,
"Come on to your breakfast." When
our child asks us for forgiveness lot us
remember tho "Lord's Prayer."
M. J. COVINGTON.
June 3. 1907.
LETTER FItOM SALTERS.
Mr. Editor-I will give you a few
dots from Salters and vicinity.
Crops generally are very good and
in pretty good shs po.
Mr. Clinton Stanton lina resigned
his position as overseer for Mr Walter
David and returned to Clio.
Mr? Charles Coningham has been
and is yet vory sick.
Mrs T. A. McDaniel has boen vory
sick but is hotter now.
Mr. John C. Evorott has just re
turned from Winona, Florence county
whore ho went to visit his brother Hov.
D. H. Evorclt.
Mrs Minnie Salters has rel urned
from Bonnottsvillo where sho 1ms boen
visiting her daughter and brother.
Mr. E. T. Hamer lias relumed front
Texas, and will tn a few days visit tho
Salters con tinea to grow. lt now
has a nico W.O, W. Hall, and an Ice
houso in collrae of construction, The
Fullersearth factory, located on tho
hanks of Black Rivor, is t prcsont
.hut down, but will start work ?gain
in a few days. It may bo of interest
to your readers to k ow what tho rock
is used for. It is crushod, ground and
pulverized, thou shippod to tho large
packing houses to ho used in purifying
lard. Tho land on which thia mill is
Jocatod was sold a fow vears ago for
$2 por acre. A northern capitalist lins
just bought ?tat $90 por aero, and has
erected a mill on it that covers ovor
an acre at a coht of $35,000,
Sailors Juno 3, 1907,
t^gr Shredded wheat Biscuits
at W. M. Rowe's.
Cotton oohool for Farmers?
Steps are now being made to
organise a cotton sohool in
Greenville to convene at some
suitable time for farmers to at
tend; probabfy in July, for the
purpose of teaohing the farmers
how to sample and grade cotton,
the course of the cotton trade,
how to store, ship and handle
cotton. We want at least 100
cotton experts from the farms
in South Carolina to station
over the state for the purpose of
protecting the interest of cotton
growers in the matter of plao
mg their cotton upon the mar
ket. No doubt about it that
there is not one cotton grower
in a thousand is up-to date in
classifying the cotton he raises.
Average cotton growers do not
know how to prepare their cot
ton for market to the best ad
vantage, neither doi;hey know
what grade they have. W. C.
Moore, of Gieenville, S. C., will
I tell you all about terras and
Other information about this
farmer's cotton school.
The famous little pills.
From Lumber Bridsre.
Mr Editor-As it has been
some time since I saw anything
in your paper from this part of
tho country, I thought I would
write a word or two.
Everybody seems to bo gettiug
along finely with their work,
since the grip has stopped. It has
been am?nerai complaint through
out this section.
I dont think thoro will bo much
fruit this year on account of the
I planned to visit dear old Mar
lboro this spring, but a Bpell of
lag ri pp has kept mo at homo.
June 1st 1907. J. D. J.
For The Children.
The childreu's department in the
June number of tho NKW IDEA
WOMAN'S MAGAZINE contains an un
usual number of good thin s. The
third of the Wonder Tales of Nor'h
ern Lands npponrs in this issue; it
tel's how sif, tho wife of Thor, the
.thunder god, lost her beautiful hair,
and tho revenge taken on Loki, wiro
eomrai ted the theft. This is a splen
did opportunity to lot your children
become familiar, early in lifo, with
tho picturesque Norso Mythology.
"How Miggles Shed His Skin" con
tains instructive information about n
pct snnko who woe kept ia a terror
ium. The third in a sories of comic
drawings by John R. Bray, picturing
tho lifo of a missionary's little hov
files ?ot qutoK anu oortaio rolief from
Dr Snoop's Magie Ointment. Ploaso
note it is mado alouo for Pdos, ?nd # its
action is positive and cot tain. Itching,
painful protruding^or blind ohos disap
pear liko magio by its uso. Largo nickle
cupped glass jurs 50 couts. Sold by J.
Gentlemen of the Jury.
J P Kasterling
M 1/ Parish
>?& T C Gibbs
DM D McLeod
T A Odom
W J Minson
K G H?riidon
A T. Odom.
W A Usher
C M Pond
f P Ricaud Jr.,
W K Bctliea.
W W Parham.
A R Pearson.
J C Mclaurin
J ll Levina
W D Rogers
R 1/ Adams.
J ll Webster.
C T li aster ling.
R J Peel e.
J W Griggs.
I, S Quiek.
A K MclnTyre.
H C McColl.
W N Gibson,
II ll Spears.
V H. Kasterling.
W 1/ Kinney.
My Best Friend.
Alexander Renton, who lives on Rural
Route, 1, Port Rd wa rd, N. v., says:
"Dr. King's New Discovery is my best
earthly friend. It cured mo uf asthma
six years ago. It bas also performed a
wonderful cure of incipient consumption
for my son's wife. The first bottle end
ed tho terrible cough, and this accom
plished, the other symptoms loft one by
one, until she was perfectly well. Dr.
King's New Discovery's power over
coughs and colds is simply marvelous."
No other remedy has ever equaled il.
Fully guaranteed by J, T. Douglas. 5Uc
and SI.00. Trial bottle free.
Thc Rose tho Fud ot Fashion
Tho War of tho Roses has brok
en ont again. Lovely women has
assumed the rose as the sword
and buoklor for bor summer con
Tho girl who aims always for
tho original touch in her hats and
gowns will liko ono of tho now
ways of arranging roaos on a
quaint little poko hat. Tho im
ported hat which showod this new
trimming idoa was a rough corn
colored straw, its scarcity of trim
ming was ono of its foatures. Tho
shape was a very fotohing poko.
Soft pink ribbons wore looped
about it back and front, with tho
loop intertwined. Whoro tho
hat dropped over tho oar at tho
loft side, the loops of ribbon hold
a bunch of exquisito pink rose?
and Ktil tg roon fol iago. Tho flow
ors had tho effect of just falling off
the hat and hoing caught in plnoo
by tho ribbon loons. Certainly
this ? lc imported model intro
duces a very now and very charm
ing trimming effect.-- G RACK MAR
GARET GOULD IN JUNK WOMAN'S
i'll stop your pain I'roo. To show you
first-hoforc you spend a poiiny-what
my Pink Pain Tablets oan do, I will mail
you free, a Trial Paokago of thom-Dr.
S hoop's Hoadaoho Tutilots. Nouralgia,
Headache, toothache Period pains, oto.,
arc duo alone to blood oongestion, Dr.
Simon's Hoadaoho Tablots simply kill
pain ny coaxing away tho unnatural blood
pressure. That is all. Address Dr.
Shoot), Uncino, Wis. Sold by Jao. T.
THE DAY OF THE UNVEILING.
TO THE PEOPLE OP MARLBORO.
FELLOW BITIZENS :
In tho near futuro natl probably within a month, tho Mon
ument to tho Confederate heroes of Marlboro will be erected
by tho Chapter of the Daughters of tho Confederacy ot this
county on tho publio squaro in Bonnottsvillo and unvoilcd
with suitable ceremony. All citizous and especially thc sur
viving vo tor an s wish tho oocasiou to be memorable.
To this end we desire tho exorcises to close with a BASKET
BIONIC imply sufficient for all tho people in attendance on
on that day. Tho women of Marlboro havo nevor been sur
passed in furnishing suoh a dinner. We hopo that on this
occasion our noble women will excel themselves, and give
tho veterans and all tho people SUCH A DINNER AH TH KY
HAVE NEVER ENJOYED.
The date will be announced as soon as it is fixed.
Committees of arrangement will be appointed to receivo
tho contributions of Baskets, and to assist the Ladies in
arranging tho Tables.
The program for tho uuveiling of tho monument will be
arranged by tho Daughters who havo labored and aro laboring
diligently in this work, and it is to relieve them of part of
their arduous labor that Camp Honegan is moving lo close
the exercises of thc day with this Dinner, which we request
the heads of families in tho county to furnish.
Let us all see to it that thc day of "The Unveiling" shall
bc tho most memorable in tho history of thc county.
MAY 27, 1907. J. B. GREEN,
Commander of Camp Henogan.
MARLBORO MOTOR CAR CO.
Benmettsville, Si. G.
Have a few li unfired bush
els Mixed Peas tor QUICK
F. G. HOLLIS Si CO.
April 3, 1907.
.-r.rrn - ts . ... i. -J . ? ? i ?
! t/wc:/ .i : i\ I li ? i.
I'. ?:>.- i? : piicadiH o"foi ...? "lli.lt) to
i: 's <.. th len i . '.vi ti aill?t cot?
by .). T. Douglas Druggist. '25oTry them.
Inquest In Brownsville.
Coroner G. N. McCall was cal
led to Brownsville Monday to hold
an inquest on tho body of Hagar
Robinson, colored, who was found
dead early that morning. Upon
investigation by himself and Dr.
Salters, it was fouud that sho
died of heart failure, and that
there was no signs of any foul
I will mail you free, to prove niorit. sam
pies of my Dr. Shoop's Restorative, and
Doy Hook ou either Dyspepsia. Tho Hoar!
or Tho Kidnoys. Troubles of tho Stom
ach, Heart or Kidnoys, aro morely syin
ptoms of a deeper ailment. Don't mako
tho oommon error of treating symptoms
only, sympton treatment is treating tho
result of your ailment, and not tho causo.
Weak Stotnachc nerves-the inside
nerves-mean Stomaohc weakness, al
ways, and tho Heart, and Kidnoys as
well. have their controlling|or inside
nerves. Weakeu these norvos, and you
inevitably have weak vital organs. lloro
is whore Dr. Shoop's Restorative has
made its fame. No other reniody oven
claims to treat tho "inside norvos". Also
for bloating biliousness, bad breath or
complexion, uso Dr, Shoop's Rostora
live. Write me to-day for samples and
freo Rook. Dr. Shoop, Racine. Wis. The
Restorative is sold by J no. T. Douglas.
An ache In the back i ami a pain in the
That's the grippe !
A choke in the throat, and a yearning
That's thc grippe !
A river of heat, Iben a ?blvcr of cold,
A feeling of being three hundred years
A willingness even to do as you're told,
That's the grippe !
An arrow of pain, now in this pluce, now
That's the grippe!
A feeling of doubt as to where you are
Timi's the grippe)
A stupid sensation of course, wholly
A foolish depression-why should you
feel blue !
A doubt as to whether this really is you,
That's the prippe !
Strange visions at night, that deprive
you of rest
That's the grippe !
A taste in your mouth, and a weight on
That's the grippe !
A tired sensation that runs through your
A queer combination of aches and pains,
That's the grippe !
Clark. J Walton Harper, Bury Love,
W J Foster, Henry Ruko Jones, Jes
Mrs Julia Rogers, Miss Mary Cot
lingham, Mrs Lucy Gowry, Mrs H N
Tu rn age, Mamie Washington, Mr.-?
Pan ii io R Williams, Mrs Carrie Mc
Quage, Jude Williams.
T. li. MCLAURIN, P. M.
Cures Goldsi Proventa Pneumonia
Por a cold or cough take Kenody's Laxa
tive Cough Syrup lt is better than any
other cough roinody because its laxative
principle assures satisfactory results, and
at the same time it heals irritations of thc
throat,strengthens tho bronchial tubes and
allays hill mi llion ol' tho in loom mem
brane. Contains Honey and Tar, pleasant
to take. Children like it. Conforms to tho
National 1*11 re Food and Drug Law. Sold
by J. T. Douglas.
JONES WILL FILL
Mr. A. J. Jones is now prepar
ed to fill orders for stovo or house
wood as you want it, delivered
or on tho yard. Ho also has two
saw mills at work and will fill or
dors for any kind ot Lumber.
Orders loft at his homo or phone
KJ5 will seoure prompt attention.
FOR SALE !
ONt?NEW No. 18 "PITTSBURG "
F1R IO P Rt ) 0 F S A KIO, CHEA 1 \
Address P. 0. Box tis, Rennet tsvillc
COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON
1785 ClIAULEBTON, S. C. 1907
122d Year begins September 27
Letters, Science-, Engineering, Oi.o schol
arship to oaoll county of South Carolina,
giving freo tuition, Tuition $40. Hoard
and famished room in Dormitory, $11 a
month. All oaudidatoa for admission aro
permitted to uompote for vacant lloyoo
HcholarHhipti which pay $100 a your. En
trance Examinations will be held at the
County court hoiiHo on Friday July 5, 1907
at 9 a. m. For catalogue, addroRB
May 22, 1907 Prosidont,
"Our little boy had eezouia for fivo
years." writes N; A. Adams, Henrietta,
Pa. ' Two ol'our homo dootors said tho
case was hopeless, his lungs being afl'oct
cd. Wo then omnloyod othor doctors,
but no boooflt resulted. Ry ohanoo wo
read about lOlootrio Rittern; bought a
bottle and soon noticed improvements.
Wo continued ?this medicino until sev
eral bottles wore used, wbed our boy was
eomplotcly curod." Host of all blood
medicinos and body building health
louies. Guaranteed at J. T, Douglas'
Drug storo. 50o
DeWITT'S CARBni ,7Fn wiTfiH MA7FI
FINE COTTON PLANTATION
located about .r> miles northwest ol
Renneltsvillc, containing 292J acres,
moro or less, about one-third of it in
beautiful virgin long leaf pino and tho
balnuco in cultivation. This is a part
of catato lands of Mrs A. G. Eastern n g
Will ?ell on easy terms. Apply to
J. N. or J. A. DRAKE,
Ben: ottsville, S, C., May 28, 1907.
A NARROW ESCAPE.
G, W. Cloyd, a merohant, of Plunk,
Mo., had a narrow escape four year ago,
whon bc ran a jimsoa bur into his thumb.
Ho say.?: "Tho doctor wanted to ampus
tato it but I Would not consent. I bought
a boy of Ruokleu's Arnica Salvo and that
!a? at J.
/Scholarship and Entrance
Tho examination for the award ot va?
onnt Boholarahlpe lu Winthrop Oollogo and
for tho admission of now Htudouts will bo
bold nt tho County Court 1?OUSO on FRI.
DAY, JULY 5, nt 9 n. mi Applloaute
nuint be not loss tbuu Attoon yoars of ago.
When Bobolarehipa aro vnoalod aftor July
S they will bo awardod to thoso making
tho highest avorago nt thin examination,
providod thoy moot tho conditions govern'
lug tho award; Applioanta for Soholarehlp?
should wrPo to Proaldont Johnson boforo
tho oxamiuatlon for Boholarship examina
Boholarships are worth $ioo nod free
tuition. Tho next BOsaion will open Bop?
tomber 18, 1907. For further Information
and ontaloguo, addroBB Pros. D lt. JOHN
SON, Kook HUI, 8. 0.
beautifully illustrated, pood itorirj
end aitlchu ?bout California ?lui
all the F.f Weat. . !.?
daveted ??ch month to die a*- _
tittle reproduction of the beat $1,00
work c4?m?t<ut ?ad prof ctiioaal * y?u
ROAD OF A THOUSAND WONDERS
. book of 75 page?, eontainlea
120 colored photographs of $0.75
picturetque spet* ia Cal?fera!?
Toul . . . $3.35
All for . . . . $1.50
Addreia ?ll order? to
Flood Building San Francisco
Stomach trouble Is but a symptom of. and not
tn Itself n true disease. We think of DyspopBla,
Hoartburn, and Indigestion nt roal diseases, Tot
they urn symptoms only of a certain spoolflo
Nerve sioknoss-nothing oise.
It was this fact that first correctly led Dr. Shoop
tn tho eroatlon of that novr vory popular fltorn?oh
Remedy-Dr. Shoop's Restorative, doini,' direct
to tho stomaoh nerves, alone brought that suopete
?nd favor to Dr. Shoop and his nestoraUvo. With
out that original and highly vital principle, no
auch lasting accompll?hmonts were ovor to bo had.
For stoivmch distress, bloating, biliousness, bad
Wreath and sallow complexion, try Dr. Snoop's
Restorative-Tablets or Liquid-and soo for your.
?elf what lt can and will do. Wa Mit ?nd oncer
J. T. DOUGLAS.
CALL ON ME
maren J VKJI.
Tho Democrat and McCall's
Magazine-an excellent Lady's
Book for $1.35
Thc Democrat and Thrice a week
World for 81.67.
The Sunny South and the Demo
crat for only $1.50
Thc Tri-Weekly Atlanta Consti
tution and DEMOCRAT one year
for only $1,75. This is the cheap
est reading ever offered.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Entitle of Alioo If. Hubbard
Am. pomona having olaims against Alien
H. Hubbard, dcooaacd, aro hereby no
tified to pir rili tho Hamo duly oortiiiod to
within the limo roquired hy law or bo do
bured payment ; and nil indobted to Hame
will pienso make paymont nt onoo to
J. R. HUBBARD, Adm'r,
April j, 1907.
Notice of Court.
NOTICE ?H hereby ^ivon that tho Court
of Qoncrul ScsaionB for tho County of
Marlboro will convene nt Honnottavillo on
tho fourth Monday in JUNK next, vboing
24th day thereof) 1907, in mid for the
county of Marlboro nnd State of South
Carolina. All pomona interested will tnkc
duo notice thereof.
J. A. DRAKE,
Clerk Court of 0. P. A Q. 8.
For Marlboro Co., S, C.
May 10, 1907.-'I m
Clemson Agricultural College.
Boholarship anti Entrance Examination to
Tho OXtiminatiOna for tho award of tho
acholamhipH from Marlboro county nnd
ADMISSION TO FRESHMAN CLASS will
bo hold at tho County court houno on Fri.
day July 5, nt 9 n. in. Applioauta for
suholamhipi tuny seouro blank application
forum tum thc county Superintendent of
Eduoatioil, Them bhuiloi munt, bc filled out
properly and ('dud with the county Supor
intendeiidont before tho beginning of the
cipuuiuatiou ThOSO taking the examina
tion for entranco to the Freshman elaaa and
not trying for n scholarship ahould file ap
plications with Presldont Moll. Tho nohol
nrahipa aro worth $100 and froo taitioa
Ono Boholarship atudont from each county
may select tho Textile colimo, othora munt
lake ono ot tho Agricultural coursoa. Ex
amination pnpor will bo furnialiod, hut
each applicant should pr?vido bimaolf with
scratch papor. Tho number of schoinrahipa
to bo awarded will bo nnnouncod lalor.
P. II. MELL, PitKsioHNT.
Olomoon Coboco, S. 0.
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
Karnte of Martha Juno Bundy.
HAVINd filed in tho Prohato Judges
Office of Marlboro county my final
roturo as Administrator on tho Estato of
Martha Juno Uuhdy, Notioo is hereby
given that I will apply to said Court on
tho first day of July# 1907 for a final dis
ohargc as suoh Administrator.
J. J. HtiNuv, Quali?od Exnoutor.
Juno 1, 1007.
ITU two Saw Mills in operation.
I ava now proparod to supply tho
publio with all kinds of UNDRESSED
LU M BK li at tho mills or dolivored any
wheeo in Bouoottsvillo.
WOO JD FOR ALL.
1am aho proparod to fill ordors for any
longth of .Stove or House Wood, ou
tho yard or dolivorod at your home*.
PI ION ft 135. or loa ve ordors for ni thor
LUMBER or WOOD at my rosidoooe.
JUST Mill 3 milos from Town:
A.. J. JONES.
April 25 I ?Jim Bcnottsville, 8. 0.
NOTICE TO GREDITORS
ESTATK OK DR. R. W. HALE.
ALL pereona haviug olaiuis of any kind
! against said oat ate will prosont thom duly
?attosted to tho undersigned, and parties
iadebtod to said estate ato requested to
make payment to tho undersigned.
0. D. NAPIER,
May 22. 1907. Qualified Kxcoutor.
JG?" Iv tn gharris Healiablo Haras,
Breakfast Bacon,Hool Hums, Boot'
Tongue, alwavs nice and I rush at
W. M. Rowe's.
WOOD FOR SALE.
AT PRESENT I can supply orders
for MILL SLATS at short notioo.
lu a few daya I will ho able to fill orders
for STOVE WOOD o<it any length, and
also for TWO FOOT WOOD, dolivorod
at your homo. Postal oard orders receive
Apl 10, 1907. W. A. RICE.
Type -Writing Done to Order.
Papon and Manuscripts copied,
Toaohora' Testimonial* a specialty.
Charges reasonable. Ordors solicited
Aiiguat 1906. Modor?L, 8. C.
io Provoai < ni f ey lug Hordes, Mule?
and Cows fr (?nt i>ne point io AI othei
io Donuotibviiiu, williwin ha V toy
them secured so ns not to run louse.
Bo it ordained hy tho Mayor and A'dor
men of thc Town of Bonoettsvillo and by
authority of tho same,
Seoiion 1. That on and after thu 15.h
day of Mareil 1907 no horse, mule or cow
of any kind shall be allowed to bo eui?
veyed from point to another, or brought
into or convoyed out of .said Town with -ut
being secured, fastened with bridle, hal
ter or fast cued in .-onto way, so us to pre
vent from running loo.-e.
Seoiion 2. That thc owner of uny eu h
horse, mule or cow: or any person h iving
sam? in their possession or under their
control aa agent or servant or otherwise
violating this Ordinance, sh ill bo fined
not less thin One Dollar nor mire thin
one hundred dollars, or bo imprisoned or
work on tho public worka of the Town
uot less than 6 days nor moro than thirty
Dono and ratified in i;ounoil this l i
day of Maroh, A. D., 1907.
P. A. HODGES, Mayor.
MR. FULLER KEEPS THEM
Rubber-tired vehicles aro grow
ing in popularity. They aro not
only much moro comfortable to
rido in but closo observers, as well
as carriage repairers and manu
facturers, say that by reducing
the jolting and jatring of tho run
ning-gear, rubber tires prolong
tho lifo of a vchiclo.
JUST WHAT YOU WANT
Wo aro now showing tho nicost
lot of CUT GLASS to bo seen
any whoro. Tho prico is LOW,
tho quality tho BEST.
In Stationery wo have all anv
ono can wish. Books, Pupor, Tab
lots, Pons, Pencils, Blank books
and Everything in that lino.
Our Drng Department is al
ways our pride. Everything you
need, we supply.
Prescription work a Spocialty.
Wileys Candy, Always fresh.
BEE'S LAXATIVE HONEY ANO TAR
CURES COUGHS AND COLDS
ECZEMA AND PILE CURE
FREE, Knowing what lt waa to Bitffor, I
will giv? FUEEOE OA AUGE, to any allbo
tod a positivo oure for Eozoma, Salt Hhoum
Kryaipolaa, Piles and Skin Dlsoaaos. ID.
atant rollof, Don't auffor longor, writ? F.
W. WILLIAMS, 400 Manhattan Avonuo, N
Yovk. Knoloao stamp. [Sept 20, 06
Prepared for tho Work.
Mr. S. J. Pearson, the Jowolor, has
now ono of tho latest irnprovomonta
for engraving your namo or initials
on any nrtiolo of gold or silver or
plato in tho most unrto date manner.
Tho samples of worff"already done hy
him are just (leo? Cull Anet tee him.
Don' lose the opportunity, but come,
and see us ut once about your Sring Suit
It does not matter whether you want it ?
month or six weeks from now, but come
and look oyer thc exceptional values
which we offer at this time and bc con
Wo guarantee to fit and please you in
everyway, or don't ask you to accept
suit or pay for it. 400 beautiful wool
ens displayed, comprising every sbnde,
nature and quality, as well as every range
in price, for the small purse ns well as
for one who can afford to pay ior the very
finest imported cloth. We have them on
hand to snit every one.
O A, STONEV?
Ben nett s vi lie, S. C.
A LL i cr-oii" aro warned not to huut,
ti-dl, or otherwise trespass on tho
lands known as ''Tho Bright Williamson
Lands," near Cashua Ferry on Poo Doe
Uiver. Tho law will be en forced against
all who violato this notioo.
JOHN lt. TOWNSEND,
Prest Marlboro Hunting Club.
December 28, l?OO.
O? rici'. Up-?tairs ia CroBlaud Building,
BBNNHTT?VIJUL 1. M. O.
|V| Attorney at Law and
OfUoo in Court HOUBO.
E. C. MORRISON,
-? bHALBR IM -
Elootrical and Plumbing Supplies;
Electric Lamps a Specialty.
Muna a ev City Kl cctv ic Plant.
Pbono 114. Ponnottsvillo, S. O.
JOT* Report nil troub'o with tho Huon or
atroot Iighta to tho above.
KIDELITY AND COURT,
CONTRACT and FIDELITY BONDS.
There arc no better compunios than
these, represented by
Nov. Iii, !S(I4.
A high-class remedy for horses
and mules in poor condition and
in need of a tonic. Builds solid
muscle and fat ; cleanses the sys?
tem, thereby producing a smooth,
glossy coat of hair. Packed iii
doses. 25c. box. Sold by
Smith Newton, Benuotttville
MoColl Drug Co., MoOoll.
Seaboard Interchangeable Milage
Better Than Ever.
Tho Seaboard Air Line inter
changeable mileage tickets now
on sale, will after July 15th also
bo good ovor tho Central of Geor
gia, Georgia Southern and Flor
ida,Norfolk and Southern, Atlan
tic and North Carolina and Vir
ginia and Carolina Coast roads,
five new additions, making a to
tal of twenty-eight linos in all
represontating nearly 20,000
You do not have to delay your
purchase, but Soaboard interchan
geable mileago heretofore sold
and now on salo will bo good over
tho additional roads after July 15,
regardless of dato purchased.
Purcliaso your mileago tiokets
from tho Seaboard Air Lino rail
For further information write
W. L. BURROUGHS, T, P. A.
Columbia, 8 C.
Heinz's Sweet Pickles
Shrimps, Lobsters and Devil
ed Crabs at W. M. Rowe's
IA/nW USE tho common, oheap
Will Tar Roofing, which is always
unsatisfactory, WHEN jou eau get
a reliable "Rock and Gla88*OoateiV
Rootling for less than cost of Shingles.
Soo us or writo tor samples ?fe prices.
CLIO NOVELTY CO.
AU hunting with dog or gun
in the Gardner's Bluff pasturo is
strictly forbidden without permiss
C. T. Dudloy.
May. 23d 1907.
Gardners Muff Pasturo
This pasture is now ready for
tho public, at a charge of ono dollar
a month or for any part of a month,
widen must be paid to tho manager.
No stock will bo allowed taken out
until arrears are paid.
O. T, DUDLEY.
May 33, 1007,