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T8V1M,B. S, O.
y Julv 6, 1907,
WIT - - - Editor
...TE TEACHERS ?SSOCI?TIOS.
EDITOR MAKI.IIORO DKMOCRAT :
No doubt you have seen from the dail
ies of the State accounts of the proceed
ings of tbe State Teachers Association,
which has been in session here tor two
days, therefore 1 shall not attempt a rc
-snntcof what hos been done, but will say
? few things in a general way.
Tlie meeting has been a most success
ful one. The attendance lias been large
and Interest on the part of thc Teachers
has never flagged.
Professor Marlin lias endeared himself
more than ever to the teachers of the
State. He should be especially appreci
ated by teachers of the country schools
and. by the people of the rural communi
ties. It does one's heart good to see bow
he, on every occasion, stands up for the
CQUtltry and its people. He, with Mrs
Martin, has been with us nil through the
meeting. Mr. barton, private secretnry
to Supt. Martin, lias also been attendance
upon tlie daily sessions.
Supt. Dreher, of thc Columbia City
Schools, lias presided over the meeting
to the perfect satisfaction of all. Thc
quiet, orderly and yet attractive way in
which everything has gone on, bas shown
Iiis more than ordinary ability as a presi
ding officer. His address at tlie opening
session is considered, hy those who know,
to be a masterpiece. I regret that our
Marlboro delegations were delayed in
Spartanburg and did not arrive in time
to hear it.
The colleges of the State nearly all had
delegations present. Wofford was repre
sented by Profs. Rembert, Wallace and i
Gamewell. Clemson had present Prest,
and Mrs Mell, Prof. and Mrs Keitt, Prof.
and Mrs Daniel and Prof. Morrison. Tlie
University of S. Carolina bad Profs. Ba
ker and Wardlnw. Drs Pell and Man
chester were here from Converse. These
are only a few of those I recognized.
There were many others I did not know.
Tile town and city schools were well
represented. .Supt. Edmunds of Sumter
.Supt. Mc?ants of Anderson and Supt,
Dobson of Laurens, were all speakers on
bast, but by no means least, there were
a good many teachers of country schools
herc. I wisli there had been many more.
There never has been a time when the
country teachc. had greater cause to take
courage. Things arc coming our way at
last. Supts. trustees and people are all
coining lo know to know the value of a
good teacher, and arc going to give us
their sympathy and help in a greater de
gree than ever before. All thc speeches
here have hut confirm?! nie in this be
Tile School Improvement Association,
inder the leadership of Miss Mary S.
Sance, is doing a great work. A depart
mental session of the body was held du
bing tile meeting, (beat interest and en
husiasni prevailed, and county ami local
issociations are being formed throughout
Ile .State. An elf ort will bc made in the
near future to get our Marlboro people
dentified with this great movement. We
ian not be behind, Mr. Editor, Marlboro
?dougs in the front rank among the
ounties, not iii the rear.
1 wish time and space permitted mc to
ell of important chang' s as to time of
iieenng. rroi. waru law, ot tlie Univer
sity of South Carolina, elucidated the
question of Exemplified Spelling to my
great satisfaction. I had great pleasure
oo, in hearing thc very fine paper pre
sented by Prof. Martin, of Pur man, upon
'Thc Life and Work of Dr. Judson."
Perhaps Hie crowning event was the
iddress of tlie closing hour, by Dr. Sea
ihaitn Knapp, of Louisiana, on "What
Omi Hie Teacher Do to Improve Rural
Conditions?" lu the simplest and plain
est of language, but in the happiest of
styles, he magnified country life. Accord
ug to his .statement, seven-tenths of the
caders in all great movements are coun
try bom and country reared. In his
? pinion, whoever has failed to be born in
the country, is unfortunate. Ile believes
in the nobility of labor, and thinks that
the rural schools must teach about the
every day things around us, even if we
get less of "book knowledge."
From Marlboro' wc had present Miss
Lizzie Rogers, Mr. Clarence Kastcrling
and Mr. Cook Covington. Mr. Harold
Langtry, a former Marlboro teacher, has
also been in attendance. Miss Gamhrcl
of the Murchison School was also here.
CHICK SIMUNOS is au ideal summer re
sort. The management O? the Hotel has
cared for our comfort in every way. We
shall not soon forget Chick .Springs nor
our meeting there.
June 28, 1907.
T?i^U. Best calicoes during tlie
sale at MITTLE'S STORE ? eta
There ocourrod in tho recent
past tho doath oi' an aged minister
in Kentucky, and probably tho
oldest in tho Country. Ile was
ninety six years old, and since a
youiig man had hoon a minister
of thc Gospel, preaching: tho en
tiro time at his homo church, lt
is a remarkable fact that ho never
received ono cont of pay (br his
sorvico to the church.-Greenville
Says tho Durham N. C. Horald;
" Whothor or not a mau thinks it
wrong to ?oil things on Sunday
doponds on how had ho happens
to want thom." Throwing ono
brick like that ia calculated to side
swipe) ?i whole lot of us at ene sit.
tin. Did it hit you -Wil Star.
Out a froc B?iupio of Di Shoop'u "Health
OoflW at our store If real coffee din
turi)? your Stouiftoh, your Heart or Kid
noys, then try thia olovor Ooffoo imitation,
Dr. SbOOp lum olotioly matched Old Java
and Mooka Cintil? in ll ivor and tiuilo, yot
it hat not a singlo grain of roal Goffoo in
it, Dr. Slioop's Health Oolloo imitation li
mado from puro toasted grains or coroals,
with Malt, Nuts, oto. Made ni a minuto,
No tedious wait. Yon will suroly Uko it.
?old hy It I). Hogan ?fc Bio.
Get tho hoys pants at MITTJ.K'H
STOKK, good ones, during thc sale
at I0o pair.
I JELLO leo Cream Powers
\ at W. M. Rowe's
The Confederate Monument.
..Programme For The Unveiling.
?0 THE PEOPLE OF MARLBORO.
FELLOW BITIZBNS :
Tho Monument to Marlborough's Confederate horoes ie now
ereoted, and will he unvoiled willi appropriate ceremonies on the
11th day of July, instant. Tho day should he memorable, and
wo desire to make it so.
To this end the Veterans of C?MI? HENAUAN have offered to
to ?saiat the CHAPTBH o8* TUB DAUOUTKUR |D arranging and pro
paring for the ceremonies. Muoh work is necessary to he done,
and this must be devolved ou committees of the citizens.
As Commander of the Camp I have made tho following ap
pointments, and earnoBtly request those appointed on the com
mittees to act in this j raisoworthy work.
Committee to Erect Tables for the Dinner
A. J. Matheson, J. A. Drake, J R. Sampson, T. M. Webster,
I M. Bounds, H. J. LaMotto, ll. W. Carroll, A. J. Rowe
W. P. Breedeu
Committee io Erect Sj>cakcr's Stand.
T. Edgar McCall, S Ferdinand Powers, J Archie Spears, C.
B. Crosland, John Deo9, L Strauss, L. B Pearson.
Committee to Receive, Direct Location and Distribution
T. F. McRno, A. G. Sinclair, W. L John. F. D. Rogers, J.W
Crosland, Claude T. Chaffin, A. h. Miller, Rob? rt Pratt and
tho following Indies : Mrs B, F. Moore; Mrs W J Covington
Mrs W. A. Hinshaw, Mrs John P. Hamer, Mrs Charles D.
Napier, Mis NV. B. Drako, Mrs R. M. Pogues, Mrs Josoph
R. Liles, Mrs Chas F. Covington, Mrs ElTeu Pipkin
Committee to Escort the Orator.
J. H. Hudson, C. P. Townsend, D. 1). McColl Sr, Knox Liviugton
Marshals for the Day.
J N. Drako, T. C. Hamer, Charles irby, J. D. Edens, D. L.
Mel murin, J. A. Weatherly, Tliroop Crotdand, C. S. McCall
D. Kt McColl, D. C. Pate
These Marshals will bo mounted and wear sashes of red and
white, and, aided by the peace oilicers ot the Town, soe that
order ia preserved.
The Captain of Marlboro' Guards ia requested to attend with his
eutite Command fully equipped. This Compauy will escort
the Veterana to and from the stand, aud if need bo, assist
in preserving order.
SPECIAL CO M M UTE ES :
1 Commiltco on Concert lo bo given in the Graded School
Auditorium on tho night of July ll, bv the Schumacher Baud.
Douglas Jennings, Robert Pratt and Dr. H E. Stockton, to
arrange for the Concert ; Henry Bouchier, Kistler Breedon,
Edgar Norris and John Curliale to act as Ushers.
This committee is requested to make ?ll nooeasary preparations to iu
BIKO it Successful Concort. Tho procooils of tili? OOH >ort will ba applied
to tho oxponees of tho Unveiling nod to tho Monument.
2 Committee to raise funds to pay the Hind for tho services
rendered on lhe day and night of July 11th, and to pay for the
0j Knox Livingston, Es
>*M J. M. Jackson, Esq.,
^ Dr. James C. Moore,
J. A. Stanton,
1, Judge Milton MeLaurin,
Dr. J. L. Napier,
W. C. Smith,
All families are requested to contribute A BASKET for tho Din
ner. Tho crowd will be large and we desire that none go away
Wo earnestly solicit tho encouiagcmcnt and hearty co opera,
tion of tho people of tho county in our effort to mako this inter
esting occasion a day worthy of Marlborough.
._ ....... il OIIUUIU UVUI ll VUg
with name of the owner,
It would add much to the brilliancy of the occasion if tho citizens
of tho town would decorate in Cm federate colors (rod aud white)
their r?sidences and places of business, and it is requested that
all pieces of business be closod for tho day.
A good Band uf Music lias been S?cured for tho occasion.
Veterans aro urged to assemble at tho residence of D. D.
McColl, Esq , at or before 10 a. m., July ll to receive badges.
JUNK '27, 1907.
J. B. ORKEN,
Commander of Camp Houngan.
Hil SATURDAY MOIMI! JIM 29, ?,
AT METTLE'S STORE.
This is the Greatest Sale Yet
AiTiva? off Specials for the Occasions
Another lot ol' Ludios Gauze Vests for Saturday at il cts each.
Feather-stitch Braid, white or colored, 4 bunches limit, 2ic b.
160 pair BOYS Wash Knee PANTS, size 4 to 9, sale price J Oe.
Light Calicoes, best quality, new arrivals, sale price ?c pr. yard.
Batistes and Ginghams--new lot on the lloor to go at f>o a y rd.
Fine Val. Lace, worth up to 20c yard, Insertions to match, 8 cts
Thousands of yards of Embroideries, high grade goods, 5c yard
MILLINKKY at absolute Cost, during Sale, including Baby Caps.
Another Big Lot of Slippers and Shoes to go at 08 cts pair.
Handsomest line of Muslin Underwear ever shown at far lesa
than the material can bo had.
Sale starts Saturday June 29th, run through
Saturday July 6. One cash price to all.
No G-oods sent out on approval.
No samples given during this sale.
No goods charged.
ft/HeRIC/VN B^ftUTY CORSeTS 75 cts
Big reduction in Parasols and Umbrella's. Black at Cost.
Yours for Business.
Juno 26, 1907
A Worthy Appeal to All,
: JENNBTTBVI LLB, S. 0., July I, 1907.
FBLLOW-0: Nfi OJf MARLBORO : .
OD Thu ?day, July TUh instant, tho Monument to Marl
borough's a ol 'tl 0 Confederate war will bo unveiled
with appn montes,
Everyoi tin County should take pride in mak
ing thia ac . acion worthy of Marlborough. Tho monu
ment is at Marlborough to Marlborough's heroes,
hence ever Itiaeu should bo willing to coatributo his
part toward., puyh?* for th? Monument aud th? expenses
of the unvoili
I Wurden must not be cast upon a
few. The }<h>ry ii tho inheritance of ?ll, and the burden
should bo borne by all.
There still romains a dobt of about four hundred and
sevonty-fivo dollars due on tho Monument, and tho expen
ses of tho preparation for the unvoiling will necessarily bo
two hundred dollars more.
A committee has boen appointed to collect funds silffi
oient to defray these expenses and to finish paying for tho
Lot us all resolve to contribute what we can, so that
on the day of tho unvoiling it can be proudly announced
that the labors of our patriotic Daughters of* tho Confed
eracy are crowned with success, and tho nohlo tributo to
our heroes is fully paid for as well as all exponaos of its
Tho ladios cf the Chapter o? U. D. C. havo labored
long, pntioutly and earnestly to raiso funds for tho Monu
ment, but have taken the responsibility of having tho
Monument orectod with a balance duo to tho contractor of
noarly five hundred dollars, knowing that tho patriotic
men of tho county will not Buller tho good ti a mo of Marl
borough to bo sullied with tho reproach that tho monu
ment is unveiled with imposing ceremonies with a debt of
the Chapter hanging over it, and tho cxpensoH of its un
80, follow citizens, we, tho undersigned committee ap
pointed to raiso the funds necessary to pay tho dobt and
expanses, oarnostly ask you to respond to our call, aud
vindicate tho good narnu aud fair fame of Marlborough.
Judge Milton McLaurin,
J. M. Jackson,
Dr. J. L. Napier.
Dr. Jamos Moo po,
W. C._ Smith,
J. A. Stanton.
il % Bl '
Git me my old knapsac
Git my battered helmet
Git my canteen an' my
Por I'm gobi' out para?
Never mind them bloo<
Tiley were left there bj
Jest brush off them cob
For I'm gobi' out para?
These old clothes don't
Don't you recollect hov
Never mind that sleeve
For I'm gobi' out para?
Pull my sword belt tigl
I've grown old nud
liiorni of gray,
id 'em all today,
down my rusty gun
er mind that ragged bole
seeking for my soul,
it bonnie Hag of blue
hey when I was young;
ly form they clung ?
t dangle loose and free,
strap beneath my chin.
1 111 just goin' out paladin' with the boys of sixty-five.
In a note to the VETERAN, inclosing print' from June issue of 1905,
the author states: "This poem has been published extensively through
out the South, and it bas suffered many mutilations, and its author
ship has been claimed by several persons without right. Therefore 1
will appreciate it if you will kindly reproduce the poem in thc Vi'.TM
RAN as it originally appeared. Music to it has been arranged, ami it
is being used ill many schools and at many reunions. I appreciate tile
Virginian's effort to lengthen the poem, but have no desire to bc cred
ited With the authorship of the sixth stanza.
MARLBORO MOTOR CAR CO.
Bennettsville, SL O.
(Jot them right. Have them fitted as
thev should be. Hive the louses made
Tor YOU-to your measure, so to speak
Then you moy road when you like, and
where you like, and as long as you like,
and you'll not need to turn and twist
thc book in order to ease your eyes
Not an eye pain or an ache, abor you
begin to wear tho proper 'glasses-no
headaches, no inconveniences at all.
When you are in lown would -b" u good
limo to begin to have your eyos looked
alter. Consultation and advice arc free
any time you call.
SAM J* PEARSON,
Jeweler and Optician.
dunc 13, 1907.
? 4? ?
1 11 Btop your pain froo. To show you
flrHt-boforo you npond n penny-What
my IMnk Pain Tablets cnn do, I will mail
you freo, a Trial package of thom-Dr
SI10 p's Headache. Tablets, Neuralgia,
Ilcadaoho, Toothache, period pains, otu ,
ato duo nimm to blood congosto?. Dr.
Shoip'n lfoadaehfl Tablets simply kill pain
by coaxing away tho unnatural blood profl.
Miro. That ia all. Add ross Dr. Sboop,
Rooina, Wig Hold by Juo, T. DouglaH.
DeWITT'S GARBOLIZED WITCH HAZEL
SALVE For Pilo?, Burns, Sores.
LO8T-A MASONIC PIN on
li^ht blue enamel. ff returned
to this office the finder will ho
?- ? ?
The famous little pills.
Lifo io hard for many people
and we have no right to withhold
any word or touch or act of lovo
which will lighton the load or
cheer tho hoart o? any fellow
Remember Your Dead.
We invito special attention to the
advertisement of the Honnettsville
Marble Works in thia paper. Gall and
seo samples, or write thom.
Ouros Cohlsj Provont? Pnoumonla
For a cold or cough hike Kenody's Laxa
tivo Cough Syrup ll is heller (hat) any
other cough remedy bcoauso its laxativo
principle assures satisfactory results, and
at the same time it heals irritations of (ho
throat,strengthens tho bronchial tubes and
allays influnation of thu mucous mem
braun. Contains I lonny and Tar, pleasant
to take. Children liko it. Conforms to tho
National Puro Food and Drug Law. Hold
by .J. T. Douglas.
JONES WILL FILL
Mr. A. J. Jones is now prepar
ed to fill orders lor stove or house
wood as you want it, delivered
or on tho yard, lid also hits two
saw mills at work and will fill or
ders for any kind ot Lumber.
Orders left at his home or phone
l?5 will secure prompt attention.
FOI* SALiE 2
ON IO NEW No. is 'PIT PS B?RG
Fl RE PROOF SAFIO, OIJEAP,
Address P. O. Uox t">8, Hcnnottavillc
l-MNIC COT TON PLANTATION
located about milos north weat (d'
Benuettsvillo, containing 292J acres,
moro or loss, about ono third of it in
bountiful virgin long loaf pine and tho
halanco in cultivaiiin. This is a part
of catato lands of Mrs A. ( J. ICnstcrling
Will soil on easy terms. Apply to
J, N. or J, A. DRAKE,
Hour ellaville, S.U., May 28, 1907.
J2g?*' Shredded wheat Biscuits
at W. M. Rowe's.
Tho July Woman's
A uovel by Anthony Hopo ie an
evout in literature Tba threo most
popular writer ol fiction in English
are Hall Caiu. Marion Crawford and
Anthony Hope, and matty, many
thousand ot roadors who recall "Tho
Prisoner of Zonda'' and "Tho Dolly
Dialogues'' behove that Hopo is not
the least of tho triumvir. Anthony
Hope's latest story, '.Helena's Path,"
I begins serially in WOMAN'S HOM G
COMPANION for Jury. ?t is moat in
teresting, nnd thoroughly wholesome,
aud embodies aft tho delightful ro*
mauco of tho Zonder etories. The
July WOMAN'S M OM IS COMPANION is
unusually strong in fiction, there be
ing au addition to tho Anthony Hope
serial, short stories by Owen Oliver,
Juliet Wilbor Tompkins, Joau Web
ster, and Robert C. V. Meyers, also a
two-part story by Herbert D. Ward.
Dr. E. E. Hale writes of the pleasures
of outdoor lifo in bis monthly editor
ial pa o, and Charlotte Perkins Oil
mau desoribes tho domestic progress
of woman. Other spocial articles ure
contributed by Samuel Armstrong!
Hamilton, "When the Garden Looks
Shabby/1 and A. G. Richardson, who
gives plans ami instructions for buil
ding a suburban cottage for $1700.
Grace Margaret Gould, tho foronost
writer of fashion topics in this country
contributes several pages which un
doubtedly will prove of deep interest
to ibo feminine readers. Iii addition
ibero aro departments conducted by
tho National Child Labor Committee,
Margaret E Saugster, Sam Loyd,
i Anna Steozo Richardson, Evelyn Par
sons, Dan Beard and "Amit Janet''
Requiring Railroad Companies having
track wilhio tao Town of Bennetts?
ville, upon twenty days notice in
writing given by tho Town Council
to maintain and construct a Crossing
iu tho manner roquired by tho said
Council, at the place or places where
tho track of said Railroad crosses
any of tho streois of the Town, and
to proyide a punishment for any vio
lation of said Ordinance :
BK IT ORDAINED, hy tho Mayor and Al
dermon ol'the Town ol' Rouocttsvillo in
Con neil assembled, and by authority ol'
thc .same :
That all railroad companies haviug
track within the corporate iiuiil* of the
Town ol' Bonnet tavil to, .shall within twou
ty days alter writ on notice given hy tho
Town Council to .such railroad company,
maintain and construct a railroad oross
ing in thc manner required hy thc Coun
cil, nt the place whore thc track ol such
railroad company crosses any of thc
6trcots of the Town of Rennel tsvillc; And
shall cause signos 'o bc plaocd and con
stantly maintained alongside ol' each
street. Whore the same is crossed hy thc
railroad. Said BlgU shall be elevated
so as to be easily soon by travellers, and
on each side of thc same shad bo printed
in large otters, tho words, "RAILUOAD
CROSSING"; An! any railroad com
pany upon conviction for violating this
ordinance, shall bc fined not less than
Five Dollars, and not moro than One
To liaiso Supplies For the Year
Endiner Amil 30, 1907
Bc it ordained by the Mayor and
Aldermen ol the town ol' Bcuuottsville
and by authority ol thc same, that thc
following taxes bo, and tho saino aro
hereby levied, and tJiall bo paid into the
treasury for the uso ol' thc said Town.
SECTION I, Fifteen cents on every
one hundred dollars worth ol' real
and personal propel I y aittuto within
tho corporate limits ol'said town, which
tax must bc paid on or before tho Ut
day ol'.January, 1908, aud on all taxes
not paid by that tune a penalty of 50 per
cent will bc added and oolloo cd.
SEC. 2. That twenty-one ('21) cents
bo levied on every ono hundred dollars
of thc assessed value ol' all real and per
sonal property, to pay tho interest on
tho bonds issued in aid of the Charleston,
Sumter aud Northern Railroad, in ac
cordance with thc Act authorizing tho
saino, approved December 2.'id, JS'Jl.
and tho further sum of 6 cents on thc
one hundred dollars bc levied and col
looted for tho purpose of providing for
the sinking fund, as provided by the
above act; which taxes must be paid on
or before January 1st, 1908 and on all
taxes not paid by that time a penalty
01*50 per cent will bo added and collect
SEC, 3? That Eighteen cents bc levied
on every ono hundred dollars of assessed
value ol all real and personal property to
pay the interest on the bonds assessed in
aid ol thc Klcctric Light Monds for tho
town of Bcnnettsville, in accordance with
thc Acts of thc General Assembly of S C .
authorizing tho same; and tho further
sum of 8 cents on tho one hundred dollars
bo levied and collected for tho purpose
of providing for the sinking fund, which
laxes must bo paid on or before January
1st, 1908 and all taxes uot paid at tho
time above stipulated a penalty of 50 per
cent will bc added and collected.
Sro. 1. That all persons liable to work
on tho streets, sidewalks and ways of the
Town of Bennottsvillo s h till bo excused of
such duty for twelve months, commen
cing on tho first day of May, 1907, by
paying to tho Clerk of Council a commu
tation tax therefor of TWO DOLLARS
on or before the first day of July A 1)
I9U7. All persons failing to pay said
commutation tax herc provided for, with"
in the time specified or who ?hall refuse
or fail to work on said streets, sidewalks
or ways at any time or times wh n sum
moned so to do by ortler of the Council,
shall bo subject to a line, TWO DOL
LARS for each and every day of such
refusal or failure so lo work, or imprison
mont not over .'IO days.
Done and ratified in Council this l it li
day of Juno A. I)., l'JUV.
P. A. HODGES, Mayor.
Milton McLaurin, Clerk.
To Post?nico Patrons.
On and altor July 1st, tho post
master is required to weigh ovory
picco ol mail going out from tho
office, and because ol this require
ment, it is requested that all mail
will bo posted as early as possiblo.
Parties waiting for tho last mo
ment to post their mail will great
ly inconvenience the post?nico,
and cause tlolay in tho transmis
sion of tho mail.
.[( tho patrons will study tho
hours o? making up tho mail they
will groatly holp tho dorks in
To Prevent tho offering for sale, or the
soliciting tho purchase of, any spir
ituous, inuit or other alcoholic li
quors und beverages, browed (whe
ther lager or rico beer) or any other
mixturo or compound which eon?
tains alcohol and is used as a bever
age, within tho corporate limits of
tho tow of Bonnottsville :
Bo it Ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen
of tho'Town ot licnuettevtllo in Oounoll
aHBcmbled and by authority of tho mu?o:
That no person or persons, linn or
corporation, shall at any time within the
limit: ot the Town of Hennettsville, offer
for sale, barter or exchange or solicit the
purchase of, any spirituous, malt, vinous,
fermented, brewed (whether lager or rice
beer), or any other liquors and beverages
or any compound or mixture thereof
which contains alcohol and ls used as a
beverage, whether for present or future
delivery, and any person, or firm or cor
poratiou who shall violate this ordinance
shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor
and, upon conviction thereof, shall bc
fined not less than l'ivc Dollars nor more
than One Hundred Dollars, orbe impris
oned not less than Five Days nor more
than Thirty Days.
Dono and ratified in Oouuoil assembled
under tho corporato soal of said Town tbie
14th day of Juno, A. I> , 1907.
P. A. IIODO?S, Mayor.
Milton MoLanriu, Clerk.
A N I>
o o <3L m
ITH two Saw Mills in operation,
1 am now prepared to supplv tho
publie with all kinds of UNDRESSED
LUMBER at tho mills or delivered any
where in Bcnncttsvillo.
WOOD FOR ALI..
1am also propared to fill ordora for any
lougth of?Stovo or Houso Wood, on
tho yard or doliverod at your homos.
PHONE 135, or loavo orders for oither
LUMBER or WOOD at my residence.
SZ&~ Mill 3 milos from Town.
A. J. JONES.
April ?;> iyOO Bcnottsville, S. C.
beautifully illuitt?led. good ?orle? &T -ft
.nd article, pboul Calif or.l* *n? *X,5U
.ll Ike FM Wait ?
dovot'jd ?ach month to Ut? ar- -
tittie reproduction of the beit $1.00
Wotkof aniaiwuraadproleuioaal . yaai
ROAD 0? A TH0USAHD W0WDBM
. book of 75 p?9??, containing
120 colored photograph? of $0.7$
picturesque ?pell In California
and Oi agon.
Total . . . $3*35
All for ... . $x.50
AddroH all ordert to
Stop That Cold
To chock early colds or Grippe with "Proventtci"
moans B?ro ddfoat for Pneumonia. To stop a cold
with Prove?ales ls sa for than to let lt run and be
obliged to euro lt afterwards. To bo suro. Pro
voiitlcs will euro ovuii a dooply seated cold, but
t;il:. II early-ut thu snoezo stage-they break, or
head oft those early cold?. That's ?uroly bettor.
That's why thwy are called Provontlce.
Proven tlc* are little Candy Cold Cure?. No Quin
ine, no physic, nothing slckoning. Nico tor the
Children-and thoroughly sato too. It you feel
chilly, if you snooze. If you acho all over, think of
Prove?ales. Promptness may also savo half your
Usual llekheM. And don't fm ><?.?.'. your child. If
thoro ls fovorlshuos9, nighter day. Heroin proli
tthly Hos Proventics' greatest enieloncy. Sold In
fie bozos for the pocket, also in '25c boxes of 18
Preventlca. Insist on your druggists giving you
J. T. DOUGLAS.
for children/ oaf?, tar?, Af? opt?t*?
JUST WHAT YOU WANT
Wo aro now showing tho nicest
lot of CUT GLASS to bo soon
any whore. The pr ?co is LOW,
tho quality tho BEST.
In Stationery wo have all any
one can wish, Books, Paper, Tab
lets, PonB, Ponoi^, Blank books
and Everything in that lino.
Our Drug Department is al
ways our pride. Everything you
need, we supply.
Prescription work a Specialty.
Wileys Candy, Always fresh.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
A 1/1/ persons are hereby notified thal
/V. Mrs Amanda Hatcher, widow of
W. II, Hatcher, deceased, has filed with
me her petition that a homestead exemp
tion he appraised and set off to her out of
the property, both real and personal, sit
uate in the county of Marlboro, in ?he
?State of Smith Carolina, of which the said
W. H. Hatcher died possessed. At the
expiration of four weeks from this date
the undersigned will proceed to have said
homestead laid off 111 accordance with law.
J. A. DRAKIi, Clerk.
Bcilliettsvllle, S. C., June 8, i 007,
CALL ON ME
Whon in want of Choice Fruit,
FANCY (iHOOEUIES, or
the latest Summer Drinks.
Next door to Domoorat Oflico
T. W. MOORE.
March 14, 1907.
BEE'S LAXATIVE* HONEY AND TAR
CURES COUOIIS AND COLDS
Prepared for the Work.
Mr. H. J. Pearson, tho Jowelor, hat*
now ono of tho latest Improvement*
for engraving your name or initials
on any article of gold or uilvor or
plato in tho most upsto dato maunor.
f ho h?mulos of work: already done by
him arojuat tine. Call and see him.
Don' lose the opportunity, but come,
timi see us at once about your Sl ing Suit
It does not matter whether you want it'ft
month or ?ix weeks from now, but come
and look over the exceptional values
which we offer at this time and be con
Wc guarantee to fit and please you lu
every "ray, or don't ask you to uccept
suit'oi pay for it. 400 beautiful wool
ens displayed, comprising every shade,
nature and quality, as well as every range
in price, for the small purse as well as
for one who can afford to pay for the very
finest imported cloth. We have them on
hand to suit every one.
G A. STONEY",
Bennettsville, ?S. C.
GET ONE SURE
Bo sure and get a copy of "The
ELDEU BKOTHEH" by Theo. L.
Jervey. Wo have fourteen copies
on hand and while they last we will
sell them for half price, which is
7? cte or by mail prepaid for 90c.
BENNETTSvii-.bE BOOK STORE.
EASON BROS PBOP?.
Orri CK IJp-etairfl in OroBlutid Building,
Phone J HO
BBNNET'rSVIljL lu fl. O.
kjk IL?ON M o LA ? IliJN,
|V| Attorney at Law and
Oitloo in Oourt. House.
E. C. MORRISON,
- DHAt.BR IN -
Electrical and Plumbing Supplies.
Electric Lamps a Spooialty.
Manager City Electric Plant,
Phone 114. Bouuottaville, S. O.
Jl?y" Hoport all trouble with tho lines or
stroob lights to tho above
El DELIT Y AND COURT,
CONTRACT and FIDELITY BONDS,
There arc no better companios than
theso, represented by
JNO. IS. MOORE.
Nov. 15, 1801.
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 in
doses. 25e. box. Sold by
Smith Newton, Kennett! villi;
MoColl Drug Co., M0?0II.
Seaboard Interchangeable Milage
Better Than Ever.
Tho Seaboard Air Line inter
changeable mileage tiokets now
on Bale, will after July 16th. also
be good over 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
represen tating nearly 20,000
You do not havo to delay your
purchase, but Seaboard interchan
geable mileage herotoforo sold
and now on salo will bo good over
the additional roads aftor July 15,
regardless of dato purchased.
Purchase your miieago tiokets
from the Seaboard Air Lino rail
For further information write
W. L. BURROUGHS, r, v. A.
Columbia, 8. C.
Heinz's Sweet Pickles
Shrimps, Lobsters and Devil
ed Crabs at W, M. Rowe's
\A/U V USE tho common, cheap
VV M I Tar Booting, which is always
unsntisiactory, WHEN you can get
a roliahlo "Bock and Glass^Coated"
Roofiiog for less than cost of Shingley.
Soo us or write tor samples & prieei.
CLIO NOVELTY' CO.
g- .-L.1: _ , . -._maa
AU hunting with dog or gun
in the (lardner's Bluff pasture is
strictly forbidden without povmiss*
C. T. Dudley,
May. 23d 1907.
Gardners Bluff Pasture
This pasturo is now ready tor
thc public, at a charge of ono dollar
a month or for any part of a month,
whicn must bo paid to the manigcr*
No stock will bo allowed taken out
until arrears aro paid.
O. T. DUDLEV.
i M*y 23, 1907.