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ILLE, S, C.
- - - Editor
te8t from Bishop Capers
e is Improving.
liss Milita Lucas, daughter of
jor Jonathan Lucas of Society
Hi died suddontly at Summer
le Saturday from the effect of
Oharies R, McCall WR& arres
ed at Society Hill Sunday char
ed with floating whiskey down
oe Dee River. Six barrels, 180
ale wore captured.
? John Subar, tho colored man
"who made a savago attack of Rev.
Tr?ster Bradley at Tray, Green
wood county, last week with a
"knife has beon captnrod and is
?ow in jail at Greenwood.
Marlboro Cotton Mill.
At the annual meeting of stock
holders on the 18th Mr. Robert
Ohapraan was oloctod president
and secretary and J. M. Hatch
The books showed net earnings
of $238,000, as fine a record as
"was ever mado by this fino com
The following directors wore
?looted: T. B. Gibson, E. Strud
.wick, Robert Chapman, A. W.
Morrison, D. L. Gore, D. D. Mc
coll, T. fi, Morrison and C. M.
Marioa And Southern Road.
A charter was issued on tho 16th
by Socrotary of State McCown to
tho Marion and Southern Rail
road to bo built from Marion to
Bennottsville. Tho largost stock
lioldoris t o Marion County Lum
ber company. The now road will
be 30 miles in longth and will
pass through Marion Wnhee and
Kirby townships in Marion county
and Brownsville, Bennettsville
and Hebron townships in Marl
Tho officers of the road aro J.
L. Camp, ot Franklin, Va., presi
dent; E. M. Wiley of Now York,
vice president; John Harker of
- y} ;,].' i . n n ir,,
that crime is increasing in this
state at such a rapid paco. Every
5Saper wo look at has au account
>f some ghastly crime, showing
conclusively that tho price of life
is becoming woefully cheap.
Wo foar tho law is not rigidly
enforced. It is indeed a sight to
soo a fellowman pay the penalty
of capital punishment. However
it is still worse to seo, as is often
times tho case, an innocent man
shot down in cold blood by some
hot headed boast, and when the
trial conics to hand, with toara in
his eyes tho guilty party pleads
self defence. Of course ho is ac
quitted, thereupon allowing a
blood thirsty criminal to go scott
free thus endangering thc society
of our state. It is indeed a ques
tion worthy of our consideration,
and often times a jury is swayed
li y lawyers who play upon their
sympathies, with silver tongued
Gota froo ?ampio of Dr Shoop'a "Health
Coffee" at our ?toro. I? roal coffoo (BB
turbB your Stomach, your Heurt or Kid
ne.yn, then try thin clover Ootteo imitation.
Dr. f?hoop bas oloHoly mntohod Old Java
and Mootm Coffoo in flavor and tatito, yet
it han not a uinglo grain of roal Coffee in
f it. Dr, Bhoop'H Health Coffoo imitation ?B
mado from pure toaBtod grainfl or cereal?,
with Malt, Nata, oto. Mado in a minute,
No IcdiouB wait. You will nurdy liko lt.
?old By II. D.Itogorfl & Bio.
Insurance For ti Song.
Strike while tho iron is hot, is
good advice, just so with insur
ance when you can got it. We
offer tho Democrat, Tho Cotton
journal and a thousand Dollar Ac
cident Policy for ono year for
$2,50. The Cotton Journal is tho
official organ ol tho Southern Cot
ton Association; tho Accident pol
icy in case of injury or (loath by
acoidont whon riding on tho train,
trolly, automobile, and other ways
named In tho policy, will ho a
nico thing for yourself or your ro
lativos. Call and got particulars.
Cotton Woighor at Clio.
I hereby announco mysolf a candi
dato for Cotton Weigher at Clio, S,C.
at the coining elect on.
July 24,'07. C. II. Woodloy,
NOW WITH H. W. CARROLL.
Mr. W. PKABBON, tho .leweler,
lias moved in with H. W. Car
roll and will assisi in running
the Repairing and Optical de?
)artmonfc of Carroll's Jewelry
re. Mr. Carroll has recently
ipped his store with the la
jptioal' I ns tr r me nts, and
epared to correct di iii cu lt
' of defectivo visions.
THE CON F JJ UK RATH MONUMENT.
A Short .Do s orin lion,
The monument ls decidedly one of the
handsomest of the kind itt South Caro
lina. It stands 32 feet high, upon a
granite base 10 feet square. The pedes
tal and shaft are of stately symmetry,
and in purest Italian marble stands nt
the top the figure of the Confederate
soldier, carved tn Italy.
The front of the monument faces to
wards thc South, with this inscription:
"Ours are they
ny nu ownership nor time nor death
For God has given to I<ove to keep Its
On the south side is the follow
"Tell it, ye unfolding years.
Of Marlboro,s noblest sons sacrificed
their lives in battle, by disease and in
"God's peace is everlasting,' are the
dream words of their sleep."
On the eastern side:
"1.000 brave men went into service from
this county. Their valor was displayed
on the battlefields of Manassas, Malvern
Hill, Chancellorsville, Antietam, Mor
ris Island, Chickantauga, Gettysburg,
Cold Harbor, Trevilian Station, Ilonton
yille, and others.
And the grief that lieth behind
Let us turn to the grace of forgiv
On thc north side:
"No country ever hod truer sons; no
cause noble champions; no people holder
defenders; no principles purer victims."
In loving remembrance shall we
ever hold those who returned and re
sumed theil duties as loyal citizens. "
LETTER FROS! SALTERS.
Well, Mr. Editor, as ? haven't seen
anything from Salters lately 1 will
give you n few dots.
Crops are very oed. Visitors to our
section say that Williamsburg bas tho
finest crops in tho State.
Mrs Citarlos Coningham ia slowly
While I write I can look at a large
plantation lying idlo for tho want of
labor. This is good land and can bo
rented for $2 per acre. I know n man
who owns 2700 acres of good land and
has not got but two acreB of crop plan
ted Ho just can't got the labor to
tondit. 1,000 acres of this tract is
for salo at $10 per acre, good land too.
Mr. John C. Everett bas the finost
corn seen this year-00 bushols per
aero is a low estimate.
Tho following from Marlboro woro
visiting in Halters last week : Mr.
and Mrs James McQuaigo, Mr. and
Mrs J. H. Covington, Mrs lilla Wright
aud Miss Mary MoQuatge.
Mr. and Mrs Walter David aro vis
iting friends and rotativos in Clio thia
Mr. J.J. Tart is speaking of moving
to a larger place. Ho is a fine farmer.
There will be an ?co cream supper
givon in tlte Town Hall on Thursday
night, 20th. The writer has a special
" |. l*^? .\rnaont.
erat I will cloao by saying ?hat all tho
Marlboro boys down hero" intend to
stay, except tito writer and Charlea
T. A. McD.
Saltera July 22, .1007.
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.
Poplar Camp, No. 219, W. O. W,
PoimctfHvillc, S C., July iO, 1907.
Whet OOS, Our Ileavouly Father in His
wiso providence has HOCH tit to call boneo
from tho Forc?t of Poplar Camp No. 219,
Woodmen of tho World, our brother and
follow soyoroign Benjamin P. Bullard,
Tbcroforu bo it ltosolved,
First, That wo bo>v ia bumble submis
sion to tho will of our Father who dooth
all things wisoly and well.
Second, That iu the removal of ?ovor*
etgn Dullard from our Forost Woodcraft
bau lost ono ot it? mont faithful mombare.
Third, That wo hereby extond our deep
eat oympathy to tho family of the doooauod
in this sad boroavoraont.
Eourth, That a pago in our Minutos bo
inRoribcd to hie memory.
Fifth, That a copy of thoHO Resolutions
bo sent to the family of tho docoasod HOV
orign and copio? to Tho Bovorcign Visitor
and tho county papers
lt. Cosby Now ton,
W. Ii. WohHtor,
I. M. Sound?.
1 'll ?top your pain froo. To show you
first-before you spend a ponny-What
my Pink Pain Tablets can do, I will mail
you free, a Trial paokago of them-Dr.
Snoop's Headache Tablets, Neuralgia,
Hondaoho, Toothache, poriod pains, oto.,
arc due alono to blood congonton. Dr.
Snoop's Headache Tahlotn simply kill pain
hy coaxing away tho unnatural blood pres.
mire That ia all. Address Dr. Sboop,
Rncino, Wis Sold by Jiu?, T, Douglas.
To Postoffico Patrons.
On and altor July 1st, tho post
master is required to weigh every
pioco of mail going out from tho
office, ii ti tl bocauso ot this require?
mont, it is requested that all mail
will ho posted tts early as possible.
Parties waiting for tho last mo
mo nt to post their mail will great
ly inconvenience ttio postoflico,
and causo dolay in tho transmis
sion of tho mail.
If tho patrons will study tho
hours of making up tho mail tttoy
will groatly help tho dorks in
I LL parties arc herein warned not to
?li Trespass upon any of my lands, in any
manner whatever? Especially aro ntl hun
ters enjoined from entering upon my lands
Tho law will bo oniorood upon all viola
tors of this notice
July 20, I?107
JELLO loo Cronin Powers
at W. M. Howe's
Mr. Turlington W. Moore of
Bcnnettsvillo, sud Miss ilario
Webster, daughter of Mr. George
M. Webster of Bethel Section
wore married at Olio Sunday
evening and left immediately for
Wilmington to spend a few days.
Married in Florenco, Sunday July
21, 1907, by Kev. T. E. Morrie Mr.
Henry F. Johnson, of Bennottsville,
and MissOlydo Larkin?, of Floronce.
1-I_ .. ...J._I_"J_I
Died at his homo in Red Hill
on Thursday night July 18, 190Y,
altor a short illness Mr. Clem
[Paul-aged 25 years. He loaves
a wife and small family. Ho was
buried at Parnassus Friday.
Died at his homo in tho Ebon
ezer section on Thursday night
July 18th, 1907, alter a protract
ed illnoss, Mr. Daniel D. McDuf
fio-aged 63 years. Ho leaves a
wife and a largo family. He was
a member of tho Bennett oville
Baptist Church, a man r4 fine
qualities, an old votoran, a good
citizen and a kind neighbor. Ho
was laid to rest at Salem church
cometery ou Friday afternoon Rev
Charles A. Jones conducting the
Was iu Poor Hoaltb For Yoara
Ira W. Kelty, of Stansfield, Pa , writoa :
"I was in poor health for two yearn, Buf
fering from kidney and bladder troublo, I
spout considerable monoy consulting physi
clone without obtaining nny marked bono
llt, but wan ourcd by Foley's Kldnep (Juro,
nnd I desire to add my testimony that it
may bo tho cauRO of restoring tho health of
others" ltofuao substitutes. Reid & Co.
J JV MEMORY
LITTLE FRANK MCDANIEL.
On Wodnesd&v July 10, 1007, abou'
hal repast six o'clock in thu morning little
Krauk, an infant son ol Mr. and Sirs T.
D, McDaniel of MoColl, S. 0 . left bis
earthly home and went to live with Jesus
Flank was a bright, sweet baby, thc
prido and hope ol' the fond par titi', tho
joy and light of bis homo, loved and pet
tod by all who knew bim.
He bad hardly learned to lisp the name
of papa or mamu when ho was smitten
wiih a complication ol'diseases, which in
spite of medical skill and tender loving
care, soon took our darling Crom us.
We loved him well but Jo>us loved him
best. While we mourn over his empty
cradle and newly made grave, yet wo
know that it is well with tho child, whofC
sweet and gentle spirit, unsoiled hy sin,
unblighted by care, sorrow and temptation
forever reposes on thc bosom of the good
The burial service was conducted by
Kev- \J \V. SwopO at the grave and the
baby tenderly lowered to its last resting
place in Beaver Dam Cemetery.
"Thoro ?B no death, but angel forma
Walk o'or tho earth with silent tread,
M ALK LIST.
Eli Colman, Albert Smith, M F.
Williams, Charlie Raddy, Geo. W
Daniel, L C. Bass, J M. Bennett,
John W. Hamer.
Annie Reese, H. J. Williams, Lou
Johnson. Hester Richardson, Francia
Detnery, Norma Davis, Marjorie M,
T. li. MCLAURIN, P. M,
DeWITT'S CARBOUZED WITCH HAZEL
SALVE For Pilos, Burns, Soros.
O. li. 13 ur hans toatlllos^af tor Jour yoars.
?. B. Bnrhrtus, of Carlisle Cen tc J, NY.,
writes: "About four years ugo I wrote you
stating I had beon entirely cured of a Ho
vero kidney troublo by taking less than two
bottlcB of Foley's Kidney Curo. It entirely
stopped tho brick dust sediment, and pain
aud symptoms of kidney disease dlnappour?
od I am glad to say that I have nover had
a return of any of these uymtom during the
four yours that bavo elapsed and I am ev
idontly cured to stay cured, and hourtily
recommend Foley's Kidney Cure to any ono
suffering from kidnoy or bladder trouble."
Sold by Reid & Oo.
The famous little pills.
Requiring Railroad Companies having
track within tao Town of Bennetts*
ville, upon twenty days notice in
writing given by tho Town Council
to maintain and construct a Crossing
in the manner required hy tho said
Council,al the place or places whore
tho truck of said Kail rond crosses
any of tho streets of tho Town, and
to proyide a punishment for any vio
lation of said Ordinance :
KB JT ORDAINI;D, by the Mayor and Al
derman of thc Town of Kounctl8Villo in
Council assembled, and by authority ol'
thc sume .
That all railroad comp mies having
track within the corporate iimiM of thc
Town of Kennottsvillo, shall within iwcu
ty days after writ'on notice given by the
Town Council to such railroad company,
maintain and construct a railroad cro.-s
mg in tho manner required hy the Conn
eil. at the place where the track of ?uoh
railroad company crosses any of tho
streets of tho Town of Bennettsvillc; And
.shall cause signes <o be placed and con
stantly maintained alongside of each
Btreel, where the same is crossed hy the
railroad. Siid sign shall be elevated
80 as to bo easily seen by travellon, and
on each side of thc same shall he printed
in large letters, the words, "RAI LIU)A I)
CROSSING"; And any railroad coin
nany upon conviction for 'violating this
ordinance, shall be lined not less than
Five Dollars, and not more than One
Done and ratified in Council assembled
this the 21st day of dune A. I)., 1907.
1?. A. HO DU KS, Mayor.
C. 1). Kaslerling, Clerk.
ONE NEW No. is "WTrSBUlitr
K1HI0 PROOF SAPN, CHUM*.
Address ?\ O. Wox <1H, Keniicttsville
STONING A TIGE!?
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Th? Punishment of n Man Ci ti
Killed a Tihotan.
I''lfty yea fa ajro tigers worot I oom
Vrui even In the high hills of loin
Tibet. Writes v.. A. Shorting I
count of that eountry. At th? ,
time, ?iou'ever, owing to tho I
or population and tho general
cultivation, they have boco no rate,
and tho appearance of u ms i ui
who carried od' a poor old w
the slope of Chipia created <. IIB!
On tho following day there wei?
gathered together a hundred grim mon,
armed only with axes and stones, for
they had not a gun among them.
fortune favored the bravo, for the
tiger was found asleep under a rock.
At otic? each man dropped silently Into
the cover ol' tho brushwood and piled
a heap ol' stones near to bis hand,
While one of the most trusted of tho
party was commissioned to stalk to
the top of tho rock and drop a hugo
stone on th.? Blooping brute.
So well was tho work done that tho
atone fell true on the tiger's back, ami
Immediately, with a roar, tho wounded
beast sprang up and, seeing his cuo
Mlos, who leaped from their cover,
charged tho lino.
Hut a hundred mon, dospcrato aa to
consequences, throwing stones with
might and main, are not to he awed or
turned from their purposo lightly. Tho
stones broke thc tiger's teeth and went
Into his mouth, and his body soon be
came a mass of wounds.
Turning, he tried to escape and took
his pursuers up hill for a mlle, but
wherever ho paused and whatever ho
did he could not escapo tho pitiless
rain of missiles. Tho blow on his back,
first given, effectively checked his
speed, and tinnily, worn out, he carno
to bay under a great cliff.
The rest was easy. Ho was immedi
ately hemmed in, and the stones were
showered on him thicker than over nnd
burled with redoubled energy. As he
said; down the villagers rushod In and
dispatched him with their axes.
A RHETORICAL iniumr-n.
Sheridan's Spoach In Connoction With
tho Hastings Trial.
Answering a correspondent who ask
cd about the speech of Sheridan lu con
nection willi tho Warren Hastings
trial, the London News says:
"That immense oratorical triumph
was certainly not reported in the notes
tn question, for the Onde speech was
not delivered during the trial. Sheri
dan pronounced lt In the house of com
mons In the year lief oro the trial In
moving that the Onde charge should
lie one of tho articles of tho Impeach
"No speech recorded in our history
ever had such a reception. The entire
house ??ml all in tho galleries violated
the traditions of parliament and set a
prece lent that remains unfollowed hy
clapping furiously ami continuously.
1'iit. fully conscious of the extraor
dinary state of excitement disclosed by
this breach of decorum, moved tho ad
journment ?m the unparalleled ground
(bat 'Ibo minds of members wore too
agitated to discuss tho question with
coolness and Judicially.' Sheridan had
sp ?ken for live hours ami forty min
utes. No full report of tho speech
exists. The best appeared In tho Lon
? ral respects, at least permits us to
know the fae! that the speaker was
publicly embraced by Burke on resum
in ; his seal. At a later stage in the
(rial six years later, In fact-Sheridan
delivered another speech which was
described by one of tho auditors as an
extraordinary rhetorical triumph."
Thc Cinchona Tree.
The cultivation of the cinchona tree
is one of the principal Industries of
.lava, and the chemical process adopt
ed by the l ?utch for the preparation of
tho drug ls said to produce tho best
sulphate ol' quinine procurable. '1 ils
is carried out in Holland, whither tho
bark as stripped from the trees and
dried ls exported. Cinchona planta
tions aro frequent on the lower hills
throughout .lava, and the trees are of
all sizes, from the moro sapling up to
thirty feet high.
To Mako tho Job Completo.
"I wish you would see what ls tho
matter with this," said the customer,
handing his watch across the show
case, "lt hus stopped. Perhaps there's
a hair tangled up In the balance
The Jeweler opened lt, screwed his
eyeglass Into place and made the cus
tomary horrible grimace at tho help
"A hair!" ho said. "There's a lock
"Well, give lt a shampoo."
client (lo matrimonial agent)-You
showed me this lady's photo last year
and told me she was twonty-tlvo, hut
ni'i?i making Inquiries 1 lind site ls
over thirty. Matrimonial Agent-'Well,
you sec, her father died lately and that
aged her very much.
Reason to Dc Grateful,
There ls a good side to everything.
For Instance, when you are troubled
by a bad boy of yours you have reason
to be grateful thal he wasn't twins.
Whatsoever that lie within us that
feels, thinks, desires and animates ls
something celestial, divine ami con
soqtioutly Imperishable, -Aristotle.
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War A? ..io .i Consumption
All nations uro endeavoring to check the
ravages of oousttinption,the"white plague'1
that olaints HO many victim* each y?ar Fo
loy fl Honey and Tar Oltrcs coughs and colds
perfectly ano you are in no danger of eon
Sumption. Do not rink your health hy tak'
ing nome unknown preparation when Foley'
llonoy and Tar ?H Hate and certain in UH
results. The genuine i>i in yellow package.
Sold hy Heid ? Co
NOTICE is hereby given that Bids for
tho Tract of Land known as tho Poor
House Farm, containing Ninety s sven (07)
Acres, moro or IOHH, will he received hy the
County Hoard of Commissioners from nov.
until the 2nd day nf August 1907. If ft
a natisfaetory pr ico in hid, the same will
bo Hold to the highest blddor. Tim Board
rcHcrvea tho right to reject any and all hitit
Bids are also i ivitod for that other tract
purchased by Hoard from Chas, 1 Sherrill,
and containing Onu Hundred ami iilovon
AcrcH, moro or lo^s.
duly jS, ?907 ~- j!.
li. H. MOOUK.
MOORE & CO.,
NITRATE OF SODA,
MURIATE AND SULPHATE OF POTASH,
We are position to quote prices on the above at once.
, PERUVIAN CHJANO Quotation Sept 1.
V ! (ONE 258. OFFICES NATION A Ii BANK BLDG.
ruly 25, 1907.
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Fire and Lite
S ii put y Bonds
Call and got Ritos or Phono 258.
Repairing - - Supplies
MARLBORO MOTOR CAR CO,
Sells AUTOMOBILES to Marlboro People
+> for use
On Marlboro Roads
Bennettsville, SL O.
jil ,000.00 Accident ( Insurance Policy
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nor assessments for only M.SO.
.l ho Colton ./onri ni I:, tho only cotton farm journal published. Il fills a position ol tis own
and hna takon tho lo;?H:if? placo In every county In (ho cotton bolt, lt Rives H>e cotton grower
and l>i.-. family nomi lhln;? tn think about atl?le from tho btundrura of routine du tics. F.vcry issuo
contains valon?le crop news :;u?l data, bealdca n rei er.il discussion of cotton nows from all patts
ol tho world by Its editor, livvie Jordrn, Pr?sidant of tho Southern Cotton Association.
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Item cm uer Your Demi.
Wo invito special attention to tho
advertisement of the Bonnettsville
Marble \Yorksiu thispapor. Call and
soe Bimi pies, or writo them.
Curo? Coldiij Proventa Pnoumonla
Got thom right. llave thom lilied ns
thov should '>:. ll ?vc tho lotisos mada
lor YOU-lo your mensuro, so lo speak
Tlicn you may road whon you like, rtntl
whore you like, and as long as you like,
und you'll n ll need to turn an I twi t
thc book in order to case your eyes
Not an oyo pain or an imho, ftfior you
begin to wear tho proper glosses-no
headaches, DO inconveniences al nil.
Whon you aro in town would h.. a good
limo lo t>0K?n lo have your eyes looked
alter. Consultation and advice are fret)
any time you call.
SAM J* PEARSON,
Joweicr and Optici in.
June 13. 1907.
Ml I mu hit ion Wltnoill Xrinauoii
That is tho wa tob word. That is what
Orino Laxativo Fruit Syrup does. Cleanses
and Stimulates tho bowels without irritation
in any form. Sold by Heid & Co
Daring tho bummer kidney irregularities
are ofton unused by exoesuive drinking or
heing overheated. Attend to the kidneys at
once by using Foley's Kidney Ouro. Sold
by Heid As Co.
(?nick roliof for Asthma SulTorors
Foley\) Honey and Tar liff ?rds immdiato
relief to Asthma sulferers in tho worst
singes and if taken in limo will uffdot ouro
Sold by Reid & Co.
%l?ra kr? inoia !U
M of any ol
ct ?Inn of any Ul
unt of ?hilr My.',
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JONES WILL FILL
? Mr. A. J. Jones is now propar*
od to lill orders lor stove or boneo
wood UH yon want it, delivered
ur on tho yard. Ho also luis two
saw mills at work and will till or
dom lor any kind ot Lumber.
Orders left at his homo or phono
136 will soouro prompt attention.
FINE COTTON PLANTATION
located about ? nulos northwest of
Hennottsville, containing K?'.)'?\ ?eros,
moro or lesa, about ono thin! of il in
beautiful virgin !<>ngJ loaf pino and tho
balance in cullivaii >n. Thin is a part
of estate lands of Mrs A. (J lOastorling
Will M ll Oil easy torres. Apply to
J. N or J. A DR A KIO,
Dem OttsVille, S, 0., May 28, 1!M)7
J.^/" Shredded wilful Biscuits
M? VA/, M. Rowe's.
To Raise Supplies For the Year
Encline' April 30, 1907
He it ordained by thc Mayor and
Aldermen ol tho town of Bcnnettivillo
and by authority of tlie samo, that thc
following taxes be. and the samo are
hereby levied, and sh ill bo paid into the
treasury for tho u.?o of the said Town.
SscriON I. Killeen coats on every
one bundled dollars worth of real
and personal propeiiy oituato within
the corporate limits of Said town, which
'av. must bo paid on or before tho 1st
day of January, 11)08, and Oil all laxes
not paid by that tim?) a penalty of 50 per
cent will be added and collcotod.
SEO. 2. That twenty-one (21) cents
be levied on every one hundred dollars
. Of inc assessed value ul' all real and par?
tonal property, to pay the interest on
tho bonds issued in aid oftho Charleston,
Sunter and N ort horn Ittilroui, in ac
cordance with thc .Vet authorizing the
fame, approved December 23d, 1801,
U?d the fur thor sum ol' ll cents on the
one hundred dollars be levied and col
tooted lor the purpo.-e of providing for
ibo Milking lund, as provided by the
above ace which taxes must bo pud on
or before January i-t, IW08 and on all
taxes not paid by that time a penalty
of 60 per cent will be added and collect'
SKO. 3. That ICixhtoon coots bo levied
on every one hundred dollars of assessed
value ol all real and personal property lo
j pay thc interest oil tho hoods ass's-ed in
aid ol the lOleofrie Light Bonds Cor tho
town ol' Bonnettsville, in accordance with
thc Acts ol' the (lenci al AtifOinbly of S 0 ?
authorizing tho same; anti thc Inn her
sum el's con's on the ono hundred dollars
be levied and collected Cor thc purpose
ol' providing for tho sinking lund, which
taxi's must be paid on or boforo January
1st. 1908 and all taxes not paid at the
time above stipulated a penalty ol iiO per
cent svill bo added and collected.
SRO, I, That all portons liable to work
on the streets, sidewalks and ways ol'the
Town of Bonnettsville shall boeXOUSod ol'
such duty foi twelve months, oom moil',
cing on thc first day of May, 1007, by
paying to the Clerk of (Jo ti noil a oom rou*
talion tax therefor of'TWO DOLLA KS
on er boforo tho first day of July A 1)
1007. All persons failing to pay said
commutation lax hero pruville.! for, with
in thc time specified or who shall refil e
or fail to woik on said streets, sidewalks
or Ways ai any time or limes wh n sum*
moued so to do by order of the Council,
shall bo subject to ii line, TWO DOL
LA KS for each and every day of .snob
refusal or failure so lo work, or imprison
mont not over ito lays.
Done and ratified in Council this l-lth
day ol'Juno A. I>., I HOV.
1?. A. HODQtiS, Mayor.
Milton MoLaurin, Clerk.
To Prevent tho olleruig for sale, or the
soliciting tho purchase of, any spir
ituous niall or other alcoholic li
quors nod beverages, brewed (whe
ther lager or rico beer) or any othor
mixture or compound which cou?
tains alcohol and is used as a bevor?
ago, within tho oorporato limits ol j
tho low of Bonnottsvillo :
He it Ord ?toed by the Mayor and Aldermen |
uf tho To ?vu o? Iknno?Hvhio in Oounulll
anBOinblud and by authority ot tho samo:
Thal no person or persons, finn or
corporation, shall at any time within thc
limits of 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 is used ns a
beverage, whether for present or future
delivery, and any person, (tr firm or cor
poration who shall violate this ordinance
shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor
and, upon conviction thereof, shall be
fined not less than Five Dollars nor more
than one Hundred Dollars, or be impris
oned not less than Five Days nor more
than Thirty Days.
Dono and ratified in Gounod nssombtcd
under tho oorporato soal of Raid Town thiH
14th day of dune, A. 1) , 1907.
P. A. HODGU?S, Muyor.
Milton MeLanriui Clerk.
IL ii IM S? er
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WITH i wo Siw .Mills iu operation,
I :nu now propared lo supply thc
public with all kinds of UNDRESSED
LUMUKU nt the mills or delivered auy
where in Bonnottsvillo.
WOOD FOR ALL.
Iom also prepared to lill orders for any
length of Stovo or House Wood, on
the yard or delivered at your homos.
PH?NK 135. or leave orders for either
I LUMUKU ur WOOD at my residence.
JH?y" Mill .'I milos from Town.
A. J. JONES.
April 2f> 1900 Bcnottsvillo, S. C.
beautifully illuitrated, good (torie* I-Q
und article* about California and v *DV
all thc Far Weil. ?
davoted each month to th? rr- _
tittie reproduction of the bett $1.00
woik ol amateur and prol?**ional a yca(
ROAD OF A THOUSAND WONDERS
a book of 75 page*, containing
I2? colored photograph* ol $0.75
piclureiquo tpoU in California
and Oregon. ________
Total ... $3.25
All for .... $1.50
Addreu all order? to
Ifo? [iii v%
Kl'.IK J\ Illili-J.. lUIOlj ItUlUX tO Aval -liiu?ji
??crvoa. Tho Kldrtoys, Uko tho'.Heart, and tlw
itomuch, lind thulr weakness, not ia the organ
(. ?.H. hut in thu nerves that control and guido
nnd strengthen them. Dr. Shoop's Restorative ls
i\ medicine spoolflcally proparod to reach thoso
?iontrolliug norvos. To doctor tho Kidneys alono,
s (utile. It la a wu.Ui of time, and of ruonoy ai
If your back aches or IR weak. If the urina
scalds, or lsdnrk nnd strong, if you hayo symptoms
of m ights or other distressing or dangerous kid
ney disenso, try Dr. Shoop's Restorative a month
Tablets or Liquid-and see what lt can and will
do for you. Druggist recommend and sell
J. T. DOUGLAS.
for chltdront safe, Marm, ?to opiatas
JUST WHAT YOU WANT
Wo aro now allowing tho nicest
lot of OUT GLASS to bo seen
any where. The price is LOW,
the quality tho BEST.
In Stationery we linvo all any
one can wish. Boohs, Paper, Tab
lets, Pens, Pencils, Blank books
nnd livery tb in g in that line.
Our Ding Department is al
ways our pride. Everything you
need, wo supply.
Prescription work a Specialty.
Wileys Candy, Always fresh.
Bennet tsv il le. Pharmacy.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
4 LL persons are hereby notified that
J\. Mrs Amanda Hatcher, widow of
W. li. Hatcher, deceased, has filed with
nie ber petition that n homestead exemp
tion be appraised and set off lo her out of
the properly, holli real and personal, sit
uate in thc county of Marlboro, lu the
Stale of South Carolina, of which thc said
NV. II. Hatcher died possessed, Al tlx
expiration of four weeks from this date
the undersigned will proceed to have said
homestead laid oil in accordance willi law.
\, A. DRAKH, Clerk,
hennettsville, S. C., June 8, 1907.
CALL ON IVIE
When in want of Choice Fruit,
FANCY GROCERIES, or
thu Intest Summer Drinks.
Next door to Democrat oilico
T. W. MOORE.
March 14, 1007.
BEE'S LAXATIVE"* HONEY AND TAR
CURES COUQII8 AND COLD9
Prepared for the Work.
Mr. ?S. J. Pearson, tho Jewolor, liss
now one of the latest improvements
for engraving your name or initials
on any article ol' gold or silver or
plate in tho most tipple dato niannor.
? fho sam?los of work'alroady done by
him are just fino. Call and see him.
Don' lost: thc opportunity, hut conic,
I and see. us nt once about your Si ing Suit
It does not mutter whether you want it a
mouth or six weeks from now, hut come
and look over the exceptional value?
which we offer at Ulis lime and be coil*
We ?pmrauteo to fit and please you in
every way, pr don't ask you lo accept
suit or 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.
(J A, HI ON KY.
Benncltsville, S. C.
GET ONE SUBE
lie sure and get a copy ol' "Tho
ELDEU BnOTHBlt" by Theo. L.
J or y cy? We have fourteen Conlea
on lui ntl atid while they last we will
sell them for half price, which is
75 cts or by mail prepaid for 90c.
BENNETTSVII?LB HOOK STORE.
KA SON BROS PROPS.
OKKICK TJp Blairs in Crosland Building,
?JUWNETT?Vlijl i ?. C.
Attorney at Tja? and
Olllen in Court llouae.
E. C. MORRISON j
- DK?liKH IN -
Electrical and Plumbing Supplies.
Electric Lamps a Specialty.
Man ayer Cit!/ ZS I e c I r I e. Pl<int.
Phone 114. Ponuottevil'e, S. 0.
46?" Report all troub!o with tho linos or
Htrect lighta to tho above.
SI ! ll KT Y BONDS,
E1DELITY AND COURT.
CONTRACT and FIDELITY BONDS.
Thoro arc no better companies lllUU
these, represented hy
Nov. 15, 1804.
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. 25c. box. Sold by
Smith Newton, Bennett.1 ville
M0O0II Dru? Co , M0O0II.
Seaboard Interchangeable Milage
Bettor Than Ever.
Tho Soaboard Air Lino inter
changeably mileage tickets now
on salo, will after July 15th also
b? good over tho Central of Geor
gia, Georgia Southern and Flor
ida,Norfolk and Southon), 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
Yeo do not have to delay your
purchase, but Seaboard interchan
geable mileage heretofore sold
and now on Balo will be good over
tho additional roads after July 15,
regardless ol' dato purchased.
Purchase your mileage tickets
(rom the Seaboard Air Lino rail
For further information write
W. L. BURROUGHS, T, I\ A.
Columbia, S C.
Heinz's Sweet Pickle?
Shrimps, Lobsters and Devil
ed Crabs at W. M. Rowe'fi
VV ll I Tar Roofing, which is always
unsatislaetory, WHEN you can get
a reliable "Kock and Glass-Coated"
Rootling for less than cost of Shinglos.
Sec us or write tor sample? & prices.
OLIO NOVELTY CO.
V.'!! "I. ' "i1 '
AU hunting with dog or gun
in thc (lardner's Bluff pasture is
strictly forbidden without permiss
C. T. Dudley.
May. 23d 1907.
Gardners Bluff Pasture
This pasturo is now ready for
tho public, at a charge of one dollar
a month or for any part of a month,
whien must bo paid to the manager.
No stock will be allowed taken out
until arrears arti paid.
C. T. DUDLEY,
May 23, 1907.