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BBMBT?SYILLE, S. 0.
BY s. A. nuownr * co.
Office on Marion Street Opposite
Friday July 6, 1907.
Our Town Government.
MAYOR-P. A. Hodges
ALDERMEN-Throop Crosland, O. S'
Ohaffin, P. A. MeKefiar, F. (J. Hollis.
CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc
laurin. Office open daily.
POMOK-W T Kelly, WM Atkinson
Marlboro County Officers.
SIIKRIFF-J. B. Groon
CLERK OF COURT-J. A. Drake
JUDQE OF PRORATE-M. MoLaurin
CORONER-G. A. MoCall . .
SUPERVISOR-Frank Manning, Jr.
SUPT. EDUCATION-A. L. Bastorliog
TREASURER-N. B. ltogors
AOMTOR-Jauics P. Campboll
SKNATOR-Tho?. I, Rogers
RKPRESBNTATIVES-D. 1). MoColl, Jr.
J. Lano, J. P. Gibsou
M..u?Sx..iC8-C D. Eastcrling, and
B. J. Molnnis, Bonnottsvillo,
ll. L. MoLaurin, MoColl
.John A. Calhoun. Clio.
W. J. Atkinson, Monheim,
J. Molt. Hurloy, Brightsvilio,
W. W. Irby, Smithvillo.
Jttennettsville Church Directory
METHODIST-M. W. HOOK, P. 0.
unday Bohool 4 00 p. ni. Proaohing at
1.00 a. m. and 7.30 p.m. Prayer meat"
lg Wednesday evening at 4.00 o'clock,
uporintoudont Sunday school, Phil. A.
BAPTIST-ltov: Chas A. Jones, Pastor.
anday school at 10.00. Preaohin? Sun
il iy at 11.00 a. m., and 7.30p. m. Prayer
sating Thursday ovoning at 8 o'clock.
:Auporintondont of Sunday sohool, H. W.
PRESBYTERIAN-Bunyan McLeod Ph
t>" Pastor. Sorvicos every Sabbath
rumiucr) 11a.m. and 8 30 p.m.; (winter)
1 v a. m. and 7.30 p. rn- Prayor meeting
hur6day 8 p. m. Soats free. Strangers
oordially invited. Sunday sohool every
.imlay IO a. m. Superintendent, P. A.
. oKcllar. All parents aud children mado
vv bloome at tho sohool.
County Church Directory.
? hmnctisvillc Circuit Appointments
KEV. A. T. DUNLAP, P. C.
first Sunday-ll a.m , PinoGrOve
yt* 3 p. m., Smyrna.
BoooudSunday, ll a. ni. MoColl
3 p. rn, Dcauty Spot
Third Sunday-ll a, m., Pino Grove
3 p. rn, Smyrna
leoond Sunday, Parnassus Ha. m.
Zion 3.30 p. m.
.'hird Sunday, Hebron ll a.m.
Ebonoeor 3.30 p. m.
'our tb. Sunday Parnassus ll a. m.
Zion 3.30 p. m.
Clio Circuit Appointments.
REV. P. H. SHULER, P. C.
o-Preaching every Sunday morning
at ll o'clook. Epworth League Sun
day night at 8 o'clock. Sunday school
at 10 a. m. W. A. Uinshaw, Supt
Prayer mcctiug Monday night at 8.
ulah -Preaching every Sunday aft at
4 o'clock. Sunday school at 3. ll.
M. Jookfon, Supt,
North Marlboro Circuit.
REV. J. L. MULLINIX, P. O.
First Sunday, Oak Grove, 10.30 a nt,
Ploiomnt HUI 1.30 p in.
Now Hopo, 3.30 p. m.
Bocond Bunday, Shiloh 11 a. m.
Ebonezor 3.30 p, m.
Third Sunday, Now Hopo 1030 a. m.
l'loaaunt Hill E 30 p. in.
Oak Grove, 3 30 p. ><>.
Fourth Bunday, Ebonezor II A m.
4? Bbiloh, 3 30 p, m.
REV. P. B. INO UAH AM, P. M.
tl iel ti lilt and third Sunday at 11 a. m.
lykio 1 * ' ' at 3 30 p m
iyj.ii) second and fourth at 11 a m.
itiooh second aud fourth at 3 30 p m.
rectory of Bennettsville Lodges
DONSOLIDATED LODGE NO. 15, K. ol
, moots every second and fourth Mon
ty nights at 7.30 o'clock.
C. W. Crosland, C. C.
C. D. Eastcrling, IC of lt. & S.
MARLBORO LODGE NO. 88, meets at
onnettsvillo, Friday cvouing, on or bc?
TO oaoh full moon at 8 o'clock.
J. F. Kinney, W. M.
IL M. Pratt, Socrotary.
County Masonic Directory.
MARLBORO CHAPTER NO. 30 lt. A.
?., moots at Bcnncttsvillo on tho first
riday night after the full moon of each
T, JO. McCall, II. P.
J?, E, Stooklon, Secretary.
EUREKA LODOE NO: 43, A. F. M.,
..eeta ut MoColl, oaoh Saturday after
JOU.boforo tho full moon,at 4 o'olook.
A?|Oiu LODOE No. 33, A. F. M.,
i?ei*V Clio, Saturday on or after each
ill moon at 3 o'olook, p. m.
D. MoQueon, Wi M.
1. A. Covington, Scoretary.
BRUNS LODGE No. 118 meets on Fri?
ay alternoon on or before caph lull
noon at Blenheim at 3 o'clock.
J. E. Rogers, W. M.
W. W. Bruce, Sec'y
ft....im.J.K.i., .... 1 ._ ...i. mu
Ipeoials at Mooro's.
Cannod Tripo 20o oaoh or 2 for
Hoinzs Pickle-fresh and good.
Fresh jolly-assortod-only 10
Armour's Sausago in tomato
tauce only 10 cents.
Heinze's White Wine Vinegar
?f pickling, B
JT'jLZl S ONA 1> v
Mr. R. L. Kirkwood loft Tuos
dtry night for Norfolk,
Mr. Dave Mittle, of Orango
bur,?; is visiting relatives.
M?8S08 AnnaEcCall and Nancy
Edens visited Maxton last week.
Miss Sadie Cook of Columbia
is visiting relatives iu our town.
Mr. J. D. Cottingham of Heb
ron was up ??alosday,
Wo aro glad to rsport that Dr.
Faisou is attonding calls again.
Mr. Simoon Moore left Sunday
for Croonsboro, Salom and James
Mrs Milton McLaurin spent
last week at tho home of her par
ents in Clio.
Mr. B. Y. McGilvray is now
with Mr. E. Powers and will be
glad to seo his friends.
Mr. J. W. LeGrand and family
aro spending tho weok at their
Mrs W. S. McNair. of Maxton,
spent soveral davs last week with
Mrs J. T. Eason.
Mr. E, J. Bruce of Parnassus
was up Monday and called.
Messrs Klstler Breedon and
Marcon Jackson visited in Che
raw last wook.
Mrs Minnie Wilcox and daugh
ter who have been visiting ber
parents Mr. and Mrs J. S. Mooro
returned to Marion Saturday.
Messrs W. D. Holland of Dunn
and I, W. Clark of Fayetteville,
aro now on the Express run from
Bennettsville to Fayetteville.
! Misses Mabel Wooten, Lillian
McMair, Elizabeth McNair of
Maxton, and Miss Minnie Lon
McNair of Winston, N. C.. are
the guest or their aunt Mrs J. T.
Mrs. li. C. Davis, the cultured
wife of a prominent plan tor of
Florence county, with her son,
George Alexander, are visiting
at the homo of Col. R. C, McIn
Cania ure out anuouunoing the mar
riage ol M?83 Li?la David to Mr. Le
Roy Pearson, on Tuesday next at the
residence of tho bride's paren ta, Mr.
and Mrs James F. David.
Prof. Nathan Toma, onoo Suporintond
cut of Murchison Graded School, and MUM
Eulo Capers Rogers, woro married at Dar
lington Juno 26th 1907, Rev. P. B Wulla
A TREAT IN STORE.
UUUUli UI1U lu 1 vi vi lu %ji (/ uuv, iutu .*>
one of tho host Lyceum cou reo s
that has over como to Bounetts-j
ville. Tho entire course'consists of
fivo grund concerts, among which
uro "The Hawthorne musical
club" of Boston, Mass., and the
famous "Scotch Singers," of Glas
gow, Scotland. Be euro and buy
a season ticket for tho course.
Attend M ITT LS Bale where goods
ure to be hud as advertised.
Dr. Douglas Mclntyro and brother
Capt Wade II. McIntyre, willi their
wives, lott for Jamestown Thursday
morning. They will visit their nleco
Mrs Armstrong, in Norfolk, and then
talco in the Exposition, from which
point thoy will go hy boat to Wash
ington, where thev will meet Major
Robt. McIntyre. From Washington
tho Dr. will go to his home three thou
sand milos away, at St John, Wash
ington Stato, where tho Dr. has a largo
and lucrativo praolice. Dr. McIntyre's
life has been a proud sucoess, but in
no achievement is this so pronounced
as in big marriage to 11 northern lady
of the highest culturo and refinement.
She ia a first honor collego giaduatu
and the daughter of wealthy and very
i i fl ne ii liai parents. Tho Dr. express
ed himself as highly pleased with Iii
viait to his old home, which was joy
fully punctuated by a call from his
playmate and schoolmate in boyhood,
Prof. T. C. Eas ter ling, now tho able
ami popular superintendent of the
Marion Graded School. It affords tia
the greatest pleasure to stato that nei
ther of these young men has evor soil
ed bia lips with whiskey or tobacco.
What a comfort ia derived from thc
reflection, that as a twig is bent so will
the treo incline.
JSk?'- Saturday afc MITTLES
S/rORK Ladies Ganso Vest ads
Homioido In Rod Hill.
On Friday evo tiing last as
James Ru flin, Loo Washington,
MOBO Washington and others wero
going to an ico cream (tupper they
began snorting. Mose had a pistol,
Leo took it from him, thou Ru flin
? wanted to take lt from boo, and
as ho came up to RuOin, tho pistol
fired and Jim foll dead, boo is
in Jail. Tho Coroner's jury Sat
urday charged him with Mur
Tlio following lottorH remain unonllcd
for at Benaottovllle PoHtofileo :
. Y Carter, O V llurat, S If Ines, Noal
Dudley, Jonas Campbell, Harry Jaotoa, A
Mellrido, Hon Johnnon, Jainoo Williams,
H. Smith, J tl Sawyor, 'thomas l'on.
Mrs Anna Mooro, Oortrudo Covington,
IiUVenla Brown, Anna Wilson, Amanda
Malloy, Carrlo Turnngo, Sue Stiariior, Pol?
' T. B. MOLAUMK, P. M,
UOlViV AND COUNTY NEWS.
- Mittle sold goods Saturday,
- Salosday in July was a dui!
r~ Road tho now Ordinances
- The Confederate Monumen 1
will bo unveiled July ll
- Favors for next issue must
bo handed iu by Tuesday.
- Tho morning train for Pay
otteville uow leaves hero at 9.80.
Finishing braid 2? cts poi
Bunch at MITTLES big salo.
- Tho Lingerie Salo at Mrs
Bunyan McLeod's Tuesday even
ing was a success.
Alex Adams and John Evans
two convicts of last court was
taken to the pen Saturday,
- Next Tuosday tho 11th is
Marlboro's big day at Bennetts
villo, and cvorybody is invited.
- Wo roto rn hearty thanks to
Walker Evans and Coggswell of
Charleston for a Souvonir of tho
prominent buildings for that
You cant afford to in i KS
tho big sale now going on at MIT
La Orippo and Pnoumonia
Foley's Honey nod Tar cures la grippe
coughs and prevents pneumonia. Refuse
any hut file genuine in thc yellow pack
age. Reid & Co.
Just rocoived a nice lino of Box
Paper from 25c to 50c at Benucttsville
Book Store, next to Dr. Faison's office
Manon Bros., Props.
"Hero's to your health and happiness"
-PcWitt's Littlo Karly RiRors-famous
little pills. Nasty, sick headaoho or billi
ousncas conic on at any time; the euro is
an Early Riser Sold by J, T. Douglas.
- Try a package of Chase &
Sanborn's Coffee, and if not the
best you overused} don't pay
for it-20, 25 and 85c.
W. M. R?wo.
(t??" Send your Kodak Films to tho
Reonnettsvillo Hook Store and have
your pictures fiuishod up-to-dnto nt
reasonable prices. Eason Bros. Props.
A little Kodol taken occasionally, espe
cially after eating, will relieve sour atom
nell, belching and heartburn J B Jones,
Newport, Tenn, writes. 'T om sure three
ono dollar bottlcsof your Kodol positively
cured mo of dyspepsia, and I can rcooin
mend it os that was three years aero and I
haven't boen bothered since with it." Ko
dol is guaranteed to give relief. Sold by J
Best New Orleans Syrup
at W. M. Rowe's
Write or Phono Bennettsville
Book Store, Phone No. 228, when you
need anything in Stationery, Books
Magaztnes, Kodaks and Films.
Ea&on Bros., Props.
Hein/.' Baked Beans with to
"'".""O ('i'm: ll
you want, seo Strauss & Co.,
they will talk easy payments
Heinzs Preserves and apple
Butter at Claude T. Moore's.
"My, my 1 what a dandy suit : eau
you toll mc where you got it?'' ''Yes,
Mr. Mnxcy Strauss took my uieasuro,
and ho lins never failed yet.
m>^ Fresh Mackrol at C. T.
J -?,5 "I am now prepared to
furnish homo made Meal aud
Hominy. C. T. Mooro.
I will mail you froo, to provo merit,
samples of my D.\ Snoop's Rostoratiyo, and
my book on either Dyapopuia. Tho IL-arl
or Tho Kiducye, Troubloa of tho Stom
ticbo, lloart or Kidneys, oro morely sym
ptuniH of a doopor allmout. Don't make
tho common error of troatiug ?yin ton.1? on
ly. Symptom troutmont ia fronting tho
numil, of your ailmout, and not tho cauno.
Weak Stowacb norvoR-tho ineido norvos
moan Stomach woaknoos, always. And
ibo Ifoart, and Ki?) noys aswoll, have ttioir
controlling or Inside nerves. Woakon tliOHO
nerves, and you Inevitably hi>vo wonk vital
orgar.d Hore is whoro Dr. Whoop's Bon
torativo bau made its fumo. No other rem*
ody oven olaims to treat tho "insido nor
?os." Also for bloating, biliousness, bud
breath or complexion, uso Dr Shoop'a Res
torative. Writo mo to-day for samplo and
froo Hook, Dr Snoop, kunine, Wi?. Tho
Restorative is sold by J, T. Donglae.
NICE POST GARDS.
Wo now Ipive a nico linc of I'OST
CARDS of Ibo Town-ten Vi?W8 in all.
Some two for 5c, and sonio 5 cts each.
Don't fail to see them. Mail orders
have our best attention.
Phono 228 EASON BROS.
Wo are now solo agents for tho cel
ebrated STANDARD PATTERNS, (all
patterns I Oe mid 15c nono higher) and
tho Great Fashion Book ''THE DK
BIQMER. Ordors taken for any Pat
tern you may want. Wo also tako
subscriptions for "Tho Designer'' at
50c a year. Tho Standard Fashion
Phile lor Julv ia now ready niui will
bo mailed to any ono wishing a copy,
for a stamp EASON BROS,
National JP ur o Food and Drug Law.
Weare pleased to announce that Poleys
dolley and Tar foi c oughs, colds and lung
troubles is not affected by the National
Pure Pood and Drug law as it contains
ho opiates or other harmful drugs, and
We recommend it as a safe remedy for
children and adults, Reid & Co.
CURES BLOOD, SKIN DISEASES, CANCER.
GREATEST BLOOD PURIFIER EREK.
If your blood is impure, thin, diseased,
hot or full of humors, If you have blood
po j Spn, cancer, carbuncles, eaUujg Qpreu.
scrofula, eczema, itching, risings and
bonips, scabby, pimply skin, bone pains,
catarrh, rheumatism, or any blood or
skin disease, take Botanic Blood Hahn
(II. lt. It. ). Soon All sores heal, aches
and pains stop and the blood is made
pure and rich. Druggist or by express
ftl per largo bottle. Sample lue by
writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga.
B, B. lt. is especially advised for chronic,
(b?ep-Hcated cases, aa lt cures after all
Sunday Sobool hour ab the MothodlH
ehuroh ha? boou obaogod to io a. m.
Tho hour for evening somoos qt thc
ehurohos is now 8.30 o'clock.
Hov. F. M, Cannon of Chesterfield
will preach at Kollook School House
every f ,urth Sunday at ll a. m.
Holiness Prayor mootiog ovory Tuos
day night in tho upper room in tho Kirk
wood building at 7,30. Everybody invi
Prayor mooting at tho Baptist oburoh
ovory TburHdny ovouiug at 8 30.
Prayor inflating at tho Mothodivb oburob
ovory Wednesday at 4.30 p. m.
Prayor meeting at Proabytoriaa church
Thursday ovoniug at 8 30.
- Tho Epworth League Prayor mooting
tn bold ovory Wednesday ovoniug iu tho
HUNCHY aohool room of tho Mothodiat
ohuruh at 8 o'clock. Tho publia invited.
Thc Presbyterian congregation
will hold their Sunday school and
morning service next Sunday in the
hall adjoining tho Hotel Skye A ll
Pilca got quick and cortnin roliof from
Dr, Shoopa Magia Ointment. Its action ia
poailivo and certain. Hobing, painful, pro?
ti liding or blind pl Ind pilca dlaappoiir like
tungie by ita uao Largo nickle capped glans
jars 50 ccnta. Sold by .Ino T. Douglas.
The editor of the Memphis, Tenn.,
Times writes : "In my opinion Foley's
Honey land Tar is the best remedy for
COUgllS, colds and lung trouble, ami to
my own personal knowledge Foley's Hon
ey and Tar has accomplished many per
manent cut es that have been little short
of marvelous." Refuse any but the gen
uine in the yellow package. Reid & Co.
' * ?
MST* Pipes and SmnkorsSuppliosin
endless variety can bo found at J. T*
Douglas' Drug Storo.
Wheo your food has not boen properly
digested the entire system is impaired io
the same proportion Your stomach needs
heh). Kodol tor Indigestion and Dyspep
sia not only digests what you oat, it tones
tim stomach, adds strength to the whole
body. Make* rieh, pure blood. Kodol con
forms to the National l*uro Food & Drug
Law. Sold by J. T. Douglas.
^ THIS MAY INTEREST YOU
No ono is immusc from kidney trouble,
so just remember that Foley's Kidney
Cure will will stop thc irregularities und
cure any case of kidney and bladder trou
ble that is not beyond the reach of med
icine. RKID Co.
SA"Y-Have you tri id that
new drink that J. C. Hubbard
has put on the market its finei
"Red Eye" ia the name. Call
When youi bick aches it is almost inva
riably an hid ?oat Um thal something wrong
with your kidneys. Weak, diseased kidneys
frequently oau?o a broak down of ibo en
tire system. DeWut'sKidncv and Bladder
Chronic Constipation Cnrod
One who suffers from chronic constipa
tion is in danger of many serious ailments
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic
constipation us it aids digestion and stim
ulates thc liver anil bowels, restoring the
natural action of tin sc organs, Com
mence taking it today and you will feel
heller ul once. Orino I fixative Fruit Sy
rup does not nauseate or give pain and is
very pleasant to luke; Refuse Substitutes
Reid & Co.
DcWitt's Carbolic] Windi Hazel Salvo
does not merely heal on ibo MU lace : it
ponotratol ibo pores and promptly ro'ieves
pain caused by boils, lunns, scalds outa
ami skin di-oascs lt is especially good
for pilos. Beware of ?mi1 aliens. Sold bv J
fjet liiiiiicdUte relief from
Dr. Shoop's Maisie Ointment.
Wrifl tako this method of announcing to
WW tho people, of Marlboro county that
Stevenson, Matheson ct Stevenson,
a law firm oomnosed of W. P. Stevenson
and D. S Matheson of (Jheraw-and W.
M Stevenson of llonnortsville. lady of
Darlington, have opened an office in Ben
nntlsville, W ill practice in S;a e r.nd
F?deral Courts. lillico in second story
Ol' Planters National B uk Building.
F h.-u a ry "Jo. 1007
Matheson, Freeman & Go
FIRE. LIFE AND HAIL
BHNNETTSVILLB, So. CA.
\> e offer absolute protection
PHONE 2?8 mob 21, mo?
I Am Still Repairing ORGANS,
SEWING- MACHINES & CLOCKS.
Ai.i. my work guaranteed to g've
satisfaction or no pay, (Jan furnish
any missing or broken paris of any
Machine on tho market.
Will do your work at your homo,
if preferred, whore you eau REE 1 f
DON 10, and TEST IT before paying
for ?1, ' ;
Bonuettsvillo, S. C,
^ny person having backache*,
(?ldney pains or bladder trouble
who will take two or three
Pine-uies upon retiring at night
shall be relieved before morning.
I?MHPlhi Tho medicinal virtuos of tho
WSSSmp crudo gums and rosina nil
fained from the native Pine
bave boon recognized by tho medical pro
fession for centuries. In Pine ales wo offer
til of the virtuos of the Native Plo? that
iro of value in relieving all
Kidney and Bladder Troubles
Tho sui ' il ! lily-?ucl it
ia equally hui lulo l'or LU to adequate
ly explain ti- ol'
Our C .
Tho b< ! > . ? H 1 toll you (bal
it is a.- i-M. i ' average, that
every dosi^u i.> a wot I. ,( Art, and that
WO eau offer mrprisiug values.
Hut io order that you way got a correct
and accurate idea of our Jowolry ?mi
ment, wo invite, you .to seo it, to exam
inc it, to prion it.
Thou you'll bo suro to bo convinced
SAM J. PEARSON,
J?WKLER AND OPIIOLVN,
Ono that will not go AT ALL-does
not oausc aa r???h both jr a? ouo that
runs now last, now blow, in an orratio
Tho llrst you don't pretend to depcud
ujam--tli? otlur is a coustant source of
Mo?-t pcoplo can afford a watch, but
no one can afford an uucertaiu last (iud
And wheu our icpair department is so
close at hand there is really no excuse
for carrying anything but an accurate
timepiece, no matter what tho first
Consult us about auy watch troubles
that may arise. Wo g au anteo woik;
SAM J. PEARSON,
JBWBLEK & Ornoi .N.
Practical Pharmacist and Dealer in .
P>urc ?nigs and paient gjjedieines.
_I WE ?LSL1 UR K R Y |
STANDARD MEDIC IX JCS, | PAINTS, OILS,
CHEMICALS, T BRUSHES of all kinds,
TOILET and Fancy Article?, % VARNISH and STAINS,
TER FU ll MER Y, SO ATS, % PREPARED PAINTS,
BRUSHES, SPONGES, f WINDOW GLASS,
STATION AUY and SUPPLIES y LAMPS, SHADES, Etc.
FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Pres crI p lions carefully compounded at all hours
and guaranteed to be of ike Purest Drugs and at
A full line (?arden Seed & Onion Sets.
Thankful for jmst patronage yours for a prosperous now year.
Jaaniuy 1, 1905.
J. T. DOUGLAS.
AT TUE OLD STAND
Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Etc, ior Men.
These Goods are all Late Arrivals, and up Iodate.
Gome and get prices. Nov. ia your chance. Don't
Delay your coining !
WE are constantly receiving N KW PIANOS and
ORO ANS. Always have them o? han I. Sohl on
Several good Square PIANOS for1 sa'? Ghaap.
RESPEO i'Fl LI J Y
Bennettsville, S. 0., April I, lt) :
KWoy/.K^ASf-'. *.?'..>?;?:. K*-' ''*?'
NQ USE TO WOIUIY, IUI P OOM I?) IU011T ON TO
-M Di-? Goo-is, Clothing, Shoes, Notions *
And Fancy Groceries.
tfcLV Fresh Water ( ?round Mi; vi, an I IIO.MINY a specialty.
We Keep a full lino in ea< h Dopnrtmoiil and still (iii your Wants in ouch
AT TII10 LOWIOST I.?RIO HS.
When you come to Town call and s< e us. I'hone oi'dora in town delivorcd
FRpJE, and satisfaction gunrnulr-cd,
Call and see us -Near Don.ri 1 > 1 ti r S toro,
BENNE ITS'VILLE &> GR F RAW RAILROAD.
Solicdulo In Bffeot
May 8, 1907. :*fa'S&.l:'-; \tf :i ? :\j:r Lxeopt Hu ml uy.
It KA I) DOWN.
No, 3. No. i.
N<? a No 4.
815 p m O 20 a m Leave UeniMitlHvillo Arrive 9 50 a m io 35 p in
9 i|0|i in J oj a .u Kollook ' 8 55 a m 9 50 p ia
HOT Collection is made at Kollock, night and morning, with both North
and Southbound Seaboard Air Inno Trains.
J. J. H JOCK A RT, presiden!,
010O, Bl ?IUJI DLL, Soo. & Trotts.
II. A. PAU IO, General Manager,
(i. p, BO UR DE LAT, Tr* filo Mgr.
For Baokaohs -Weak Kidneys t
E. C. DeWITT Sc I
FOP SALE RA*
HEN YOUR LIFE DEPENDS UPC .'HB M^P
IOINE YOU TAKE. We lill Preo riptioiiH ac
curate. We give our entire time to our DHU? OTOUK
and tho needs of our patrons.
Thereby protecting them and giving them the advan
tage of a skilled Druggist ALWAYS.
SUNDAY HOURS 9 to 11 A. M.
BENNBTTYILLE PHARMACY, ,
PHONE 43. , 0, ?. MATTHEWS; My;r
?Sr AU varieties TURNIP SEED fresh.
The New Idea
Both. One Year for Only $135.
The New Idea Woman's Magazine contains over 100 parkes each
month of fashions, dressmaking, needlework and household helps.
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