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m notts ville are
pe sewerage and
ur town. Nearly
>/bonds were vo
ty given for this
khing about it, and
ie is no business in
The town of
e from Flowery Bri
idns, son of Ex-Senate
?dna, is in jail on a char
hn tua father with murd
(The cause of the troubl
i learned. It is said Law
bo tried for lunacy.
'SHOT BY EX-SHERIFF.
'At Lexington, Ga., Ex-S
George W. Cumming shot 0
Brooks in the back of the hea(
a pistol Thursday. Cumming
hit on the head with a heavy w
The wound of Brooks is senor
KILLING AT SAVANNAH.
A dispatch from Savannah
says "this has been a noisy, bi
ly orderly Christmas. Thor?
--been but two killings, one of t
by a white man and the otra
? negro by a negro. W. J. Mix
the slayer of Joe Bryan, the
having made insulting remark
white women, which augmen
trouble between the two."
SHOT IN HOME:
Harry Morrell, of T?rke
Pa., was shot and killed whil
a Christmas tree in ni
Thursday by Frederick
miner. Taylor had b
jell's home, but *
Heave afW^uarrel, I
J, according to the pOlW
fing a rifle, returned toa
OFFICER KILLS NFGRO
?AtTampa, Fla., Deputy Si
Deas, late Christmas a
ot and killed Charles Slroi
co, Strong was standing in
,)ice headquarters, vyhen t
sherill drove up. Strom
;ed to shoot, when IV*
r two men, Ix
Scious and each .f^W***
K illi ('li IK
s, tl i s at
Uss, tho <L
h ii!.v.'jis \v i .
ntaii i .ucl
0 of alcohol. Boer onl
r cent, and this stn f? i
than b?or, tho State onl
rinks to contain but 8 pe
ic Arthur swore ?ut wai
aiiist both parties, an
teated before Magistrat
sterling Friday morn i nc
viner waived preliminar,
1 bond for appearance n
hil? Arkle employed a
, had a preliminary befor
Easter ling and the eas
up to court.
r Thornwtll Dead.
iy mernina- at 4 ?-clod
-me in Fort Mill, H. C.
ll Thom well passed RWAI
rd year. He was a son o
.rated a uti illustrious Dr.
?ll, who was one time pres
thc University of Sputl
?vu I i no,
i ornwcll's death was quite
nd will shock the r?coplc
tires*?*" T' ira,,,
id: I<ast Sunday, Deeem
I at Boy kin church on tho
ireh, in the presente ol
timber of friends and spec
if Zack Taylor and Miss
aw8on were happily joined
in the bonds of instr i
otary Public .T P Gibson,
The couple came over
church, expecting to bo
>,y the minister, but as he
late in arriving, the
|ic drove up in the mean
(romptly united them,
[marriage fee, and the
retraced their steps
line, and joyously
This is thc see
der J P Gibson
section, just i
WP TO GIBSON
Thc Editor of Tho Democrat
Makes * flying trip to the Seen?
of bis Youth,
Business and pleasure combined
induced the editor of the Demo
erat to hurriedly not ready last
Saturday, board the midday train
j and for a short time shako hands
and exchange the compliments of
the season with his friends and
comrades of, his youth, in Gibson
and around Hoy kin. When he ar
rived at Gibson, and he and his
"baby boy" J P Jr alighted from
the train, tho little town presented
the appearance of hoing asleep.
1} was raining tho country people
were at their homes enjoying the
quietude of tho holidays, tho clerks
in the Gibson Mercantile Com
pany's store, were busy taking
stock, as Thomas J Adams, the
j proprietor had sold out his $10,00?
? - . jw ?vwW i ? J - i morena'
mun nlso connected wi ur .
inch store. Thomas Clyburn, lids?
of tho Heath Supply COmW.
torceded as peace-maker, wh
donly Welsh and Mobley drew"
and began hiing at each other)!;
ls said to have fired the hist i
Clyburn and Welsh were lu
ly killed, both being shot 1
bodv, Welsh receiving three b
and Clyburn two. Mobley wat
twice, ono ball entering the
and the other tho throat. Mo
alive, though his condition ii
?*The killing of Clyburn wai
an accident. Tho Improi
;r of a
ig, a ne
that he was killed by bulle
tho pistol of Welsh, who
first cousin and personal fr
Clyburn was a son of Ho'
Clyburn, of Hallo Cold M
was about 25 years of ago
i student at Clemson at [y ,
His mother was in Char-.,,
Hmo of tho tragedy. H<>
widow, having married ab?
Welsh was a son of Hie
James V. Welsh, of M
was about 2 8 years p'^
Mobbley, thc dosH\ n
ed man, is a son of > ,
There ure distinctions
fcrenccs, also diff?rence!
Unctions. A small man, .
economy in speaking tn.
strafed the fact. After a lo
asperating career of pro;
chance brought him Ul
against a bigger Individu!
thc courage of bis eonvk
nice sense of d;
poser, died Carro?o ph
?mv? o^??don >?id Playe
"e, pr*"* .
Alter thc sermon wc tookdinnc
5 with our friend Mr Ilunsuckc
y where besides Iiis clever and lu ?
8 pitable family we met Mr and Mi
v Kli English Capt T P Stubbs an
,. Mrs Charlie Heustess of Lumbei
ton N C.
^ It is a genuine pleasure to vi?
(j the elegant and big hearted hom
e ol* Mr Hnnsucker good old fashior
t ed country lire, easy rockers an
*' such n dinner a king should b
glad to sit to. Home mude Krui
turkey old tims chicken pie, por
ham, h?!k dozen kinds of cake
pies, while sausage, backbones
ribs, hogshead cheese, tu rn i pi
pumpkin pies, homemade milk nu
biter. Then after dinner apples
cigars &c. Ilefore leaving wi
i looked at tim 700 pounds Pelant
, Oliina hog, which will bc killed
p his smoke house already p ?led m
f with hams and ponderous middl
' ing recently strengthened. Snell
, homos produce happiness. Then
dis beautiful daughter, Miss Alice
: one ol' our pets-sec was one o
j our pupils years ago -She is thc
sweetest and most indtistrioui
, .young lady in the county. She ii
, simply worth her weight in gold
She would make a Lord a goo<
wife, su?h young ladies are hurt
Sunday night I spent with m,\
brother Simeon Gibson, which ]
enjoyed so much. Monday morn
ing early I hoard thc sud news ol
the death ol' my venerable friend
JohnS. Moore. We took dinner
Monday with my sister Mrs. Dr.
W. % Pate, and when we came
home Monday afternoon we hud a
nice fat turkey, ribbon cane syrup
It is always a genuine pleasure
forustovist Giibson, for those
people arc home folks and feel
nearer and denier to us limn any
other people on earth. On tile
train home we met Mr arid Mrs
Laiirin Moore and little girl on I
their way to Orangeburg S C
where they will spend a month, bc
fore returning to the Iud inn Ter
TOWN AND ?OUNTY NEWS
i M Haig has put up an att ract -
ivo sigh at tho B & C crossing:
Christmas day in towli was so
quiet it reminded ono of tho Bab*
We are thankful for the several
new subscribers already added to
the Democat's list.
Miss Rae Gibson and Blanche
Coward wont up to Gibson Thurs
day to spend a fow days wdth
friends and relatives,
J A Stubbs, of Briprhtsvillo, wes
down Tuesday aud roported every
thing quiet in his neighborhood.
Tho Christmas altercations in
Brightsville have all been com
promised and settled.
D N Fowler purchased the As
bury Powers stock of goods, and
has added to it, and is doing busi
1 ness at the same place.
: r:"ses Sallie Ellcrbe and Kn?
irrt spending a ir
: ii ?YU! - O?O I Vt g I : IftSI \VyV .
qi me umn rifcb
her to g bail and made u;
ni Brown, now resi
erlield county with
i spent the holidays
s in Marlboro and
. ul . .tics.
ii . Tuesday thc last day
winding up thc the
s thc live stock dealer
v for Atlanta and Ox
back by first Monday
two car loads of fu O
ho r sec,
i> are talking new nifty
mettsvill the citi
ate in- "ets, so
. bss LtiV Pl reel i viO ? idi?ig
ed across the st
Mr Thomasson and family the
telephone man, has moved in with
Mrs BF Bollard on King street.
Mr Harper the policeman is occu
pying the houso vacated by Mr
Mr S W Odom, who for the past
year has resided at 1'timberton, N
C, will move this year to Brights
ville this county where he is oper
ating a shingle mill.
Sheri fl' ?1 ll Green went to
Columbia Tuesday and took a col
ored woman, Mary Johnson to tl e
asylum. SI ie lived on the H C
Coxe place near Marlboro.
How would it (lt) to have the
law changed, so that all criminals
sentenced to terms less than lifo
be placed on the chain gang? At
present only those sentenced to
ton years and less can be put on
thc county chain gangs.
The Dcmocat is anxious for a
live correspondent in each town
ship in the county, who will fin
nish short pithy news items each
Wiek. See thc editor and arrange
to send in the news.
.Just after thc war five acres of
the land now included in the Mur
chison Parle, was sold for $450,
less than $100 per aero, which is
now selling for more than thirty
times as much.
Mr. Kbbie Webster is hooping
house for a w wk or t two while his
"better hali" is on a visit to her
parents at Mount (Jilead, N 0.
Kbbie has been killing hogs, eat
ing cracklings, his mouth greasy,
holding one foot up. with ulong
ing anxious look up towards the
hills of Montgomery.
Charles K McCall of Darlington
county, who was indicted in tho
United States court for having
control of the bftrrols of contraband
liquor in tho waters of J'ce Dee
river some months ago, was found
guilty and sentenced too* months i i
the Darlington county jail and to
pay a line of $'?00.
Union county Sou tit Carolina,
last week voted on' the dispensary
question, and tho contest was very
close. An oflieial count of the
vote declared tho result in favor of
the dispensary by eleven votes.
There may be a contest, ns it is
Stated that there were many ir
Miss Blanche CbvVu'u rotur?i rt
uosdtvy ?roln Gib^oi.
Ku town in the s ute hajj moi M
rctty ladies than Be in, itsville
Miss Jodie Loo Gibson returned \ "
> Littleton Female College*;^}0
' Thursday of this tyeek.
Master Glenn Gibson pf Boy fe. ? ,
i spending a few du.v . with"hitI,
ounsin J PGibson, o'
Tho editor of the jptomocrat w
is son J P Jr returno? ! r. > ' '
on Monday afternoon 1
Mr R Tally Newton, oi
3 spending tho hoi id- with)
ivothor, Mrs T R ^rVilhams n?ar
Mr Kistlor Breedo : visit cd Iiis]
:?usins, Misses Hanni J? i
e Gibson last Saturd .. ;
Messrs P. lpb Newton and Perry j'
\.d*?r>: oj UM f '?'ki.' sc tion,
.H MI t In liidn.S H ai' homo, and
oin ri ed ! H lay to YVotYord
Prof David Pccle,
ttrtfc of the chair ii
. ... he hoi' io..' with t.is parents
mic We'ls and Callie 1
cd the State School li
Association in Coll
Air Watt Smith, wh
lived at the Rai ford G
near Hoykin has mcv
Fayetteville, N C, wh
leased a large farm.
The 1'tacky party"
poned from last week,
Monday night, at the I
H Gibson, near Hoykin
large number attendee
tunics were most attract
Mr Tillman, tho et
merchant, of McColl,
his family to Bennett!
l the cottage
?cxt to thc .1
20. WO g'lV
leonie to our t
V Mclnnis of Boy] i
Gibson and v
son Wade ll
having entered ' . .
13,222, G. U. O. oft). 1?. was set
up on Thursday, December 26;
I H)07, by Miss M J Kasterling, W
M Turnage, Miss Lizzie Easter
ling, Rev W M Poe and Rev J C
Strauss & Co., the very popular
lirra in town, are the exclusive
sellers of thc noted and celebrated
shoe known as "Buster Brown",
anil on Friday before Christmas,
Buster Brown with his dog Tige,
came to town and made Strauss'
store headquarters, and while hore
performed many acts and enter
tair ing feats to the great delight
of nil who witnessed the perfor
mance, No shoe is so well ad
vertised as the "Buster Brown"
shoe, and the reputation of this
shoe is not beyond the quality of
the goods. Wc ave glad to learn
that these young mon, so deserv
ing, are having such a run on this
particular article, for no firm in
our town is more popular or de
serve the patronage of our people
to a greater extent, than docs
these splendid, young men, the
The co-pardens!)ip heretofore
existing between M W Pearson and
.1 ,1 Pearson, under the firm name
ol' M W & .1 ,! Pearson is Ibis day
dissolved by m till I al consent.
January 1 1008. M W Pearson.
.1 J Pearson.
By virtue ol' or dor granted by
the Probate Court for Marlboro
County we, will sell at McColl, S.
C. on the 15th day of January,
1?I0S, the following personal prop
erty, consisting mules, corn, hay,
fodder, wagons, cottonseed, farm
ing utensils, eic, belonging to
istato .1. F, McLaurin. Sale to
commence at io o'clock in the
forenoon. Terms cash.
C. & 1). L. MacLaurin,
Qualified Adm. Est.
74-7r> J. F. McLaurin.
Ladies, the (icm Restaurant is
he very place for you to get lunch
milo shopping these short dnys.
)no trial will eonvinco you. 7-1.
Blonhoim, Dec 29.-Tho homo
r Mra Floroneo McLeod was tho
ene of ono of the most artist ic
edd i n? ts of tho season--that of
liss Estelle McLeod and Mr Wal
i'T R Drake. The spacious halls
d parlors of tho ante-bellum
.me, so well arranged for festive
casions, wero beautiful in their
i tistic simplicity. The color
lemo was green and white, dain
11 y effected in ivy, belly, cedar
\ white Howers. At tho ap
?? intcd hour tho bridal party cn
cd to tho strains of tho old fa
. "ito, Mendelssohn's wedding
ireh, most effectively rendered
\ Miss Mary Townsend.
First came Miss Julia Drako and
I ' Clarence McLeod, next Miss
. ea Drako and Mr Zack Drake,
tile littlo Miss Doris Hcarsey
ii ;1 Master Willie Kinney, carry
f daiety basket? ot Howers, im
II diatcly tireceded the bride and
oom. Tbo venerable Rev J G
1 chards, pastor of tho brido, in
ever happy way performed the
. cmony which made them man
ii 1 wife. Thc bride was becom
i d.V attired in an elaborate lace
ver liberty satin gown and carried
un exquisite shower bouquet of
de's roses and lilies of the val
! v. Promptly after tho ceremony
i bride and groom, amida shower
good wishes and congratulations,
re driven to Bonnottsvillo, where
.y took the train for Jackson?
'e, St Augustine and other
.'he splendid array of wedding
sents gives evidence of thc pop
:ity of this young couple.
I pon their return they will ro
ut thc country home of Mr
ko, who, although a young
i, gives evidence of abundant
usiness capacity und promise
e one of Marlboro's most- ???
Bcforc the Mayor.
ie following cases have been i
re thc mayor during the past]
ill Coat wright, disorderly!
Ittct, lined $5.
nknown negro, disorderly
C Weatherly dr JT Napier
Ralph Crosland were up for
Ling fireworks on the streets,
i . ?(. ?. .. Xii , r,x:i lv
iii-, ; . could \<k Bu* roy
V Mr \ i.. "i flifi vii dc .''ll rl
'Joe Ilinson and WM Atkinson
were charged with assault upon a
negro, but the negro has gone and
the case was continued.
OnThursdav afternoon, Dec. 2fi
at 3:30, Miss Coral Leo Pearson
was married to Mr Albert V Roe
sci, at thc home of the brides father
Alex c Pearson, near Lester.
Mr Roosol is a native of Sumter,
ne Hrst came to Marlboro is prim
ci pal of the Lester school, a few
years ago. Ile now has a good
position with the Coast Line rail
road in Bennet tsv il lo.
Miss Pearson is a young lady ol
unusual charms and accomplish
ments. She ls especially talented
jn music and was for a time music
teacher in the Lester school. They
loth have numerous friends in the
County, who wish them much hap
piness. They will make their
home on Fayetteville avenue, at
tue house which has been occupied
l)y A V Maultsby.
A Union Service.
Kev T VJ Simpson, pastor of the
Presbyterian church at Society
Hill, was married to Miss Florence
Rogers, of Society Hill, in the
Blptist church in that town on
Wednesday last, --(/hera w Chroni
Remains of Child Moved.
1rs Harriett M Beckwith, who
h isl been "spending some time in
Borfnettsville, looking after the
snhjof her Murchison Park prop;
orttf, returned last week to her
honte in Baltimore. She was the]
it of Mrs A T Dudley while
M|S Beckwith had tho remains
of hiM* little child taken up from
Oak'.Ridge cemetery and carried
I,hen)with her for re internient in
Baltimore, where other members
oi hcKfft,n'l.V are buried.
ThiV^monument to this baby was
mo of thc prettiest in Oak Ridge
..emottff.V? ^n top of thc monu
ment fflvas a stone i minage ?f tho
ihild. pi i he monumont was also
?AS i ORS SALARIES RAISED ,
Some Changes in Baptist ?f- i \
fairs in Marlboro
Mr Brabham'* field, composed
if Blenheim, Salem and Browns
' i 11 o churches, has raised their
>a8tor,s salary to twelve hundred
lollars a year, and he decided not
o accept tho call to the field made
racant by the resignation of Mr
Mr Swopo's field has called Rov
J L Frcoman of Winnsboro, at
iwolvo hundred dollars a year, and
io has accepted, and will begin
work ut once.
Thc Tatum churches drew out of
thoMcCoU pastorate and united
with tho Clio and Judgon churchos
and called Rey J J Douglas, of
It will thus be seen that tho
Baptist work in the county is mak
ing commendable progress.
Entertainment at Salem.
Scott Dec 24. Last Friday
afternoon Miss Mattie Covington
gave an entertainment at her school
which will long bc remembered by
those who attended. It was fine,
and everyone seemed to enjoy it.
She opened with her usual school
exercises, prayer and memory
gems AC, then she gave us a little
talk, followed by all the scholars
singing a piece. Then music by her
music scholars, Sarah Sher rill,
Susie Powell, Mattie Lou Odom,
and Floy Weatherly. They first
played separately, and then played
duet?, tliey all did well.
Thc larger boys Herbert Powell
and Rufus Odom sang two pieces
the other scholors joining in the
chorus which was line. There was
two speeches by small children,
Tennessee (Nottingham and Rich
ard Townsend, both did weil. Al
so a piece by several small children
that could not be beat. Physical
culturo exercises and the drill was
splendid. It is just wonderful how
well Miss Covington has the child
Mr Rushton and Mr Easter lins
were there, and they both gave us
a good talk. Then Miss Coving
ton presented every pupil with ii
present. We were sorry when
the time crme for us to leave.
Miss Covington has been teach
? .? f/>?.?, .v>^?ifl?.. ?>wl . 1... , I ,,i ,
were bot? splendid. She lias don
all this without interfering witl
I school at all, and it is so piensan
for those who attend. She is i
smart Indy and knows how t
manage. Too much cannot b
said of her and her neat schoc
I room, but ns 1 nm in (hinger o
the. waste basket will have ts close
wishing them continued success n
At ii special meeting of the stool
holders of McColl Educational Sooh
I ty, held [>Sc 27th 1!K)7, it was deckle
to offer for sale to the highest bldde
at 11 o'clock A M Thu reda v Jan Ott
liiOH. the old school lot and hulldin
. und lot of furniture. And the Sec
and Treasurer was instructed toad
vertlse sale In the county papers an
?lost same in town of McColl, salo t
lu* held on old school lot hi the tOWl
: of AIcColl.
Luther McLaurin, Sec and Tren.4
Canned Fish Roe
at W, M. Rowe's
Fresh Oat Meal and Buckwhea
W. M. Rowe.
Whon the Stomach, Heart,or Kidney no rvci
Kei weak, then these organs always fail
Don't nmg the stomaoh, nor stimulate th?!
heart or kidney?. That IH simply a make
nhift. Out n prescription known to din/
piHta everywhere RH Dr. Rhonp's R-istorn
livo. Tho Restorative ?H prepared oxpr?H?ly
for these weak insidu norves Strengthen
theno norves, build thom np with Dr Shoops
Restorative-tablots or liquid-:ind sui
how quickly help will come Proa nnmplo
t? nt mut on revaos! hy Dr Snoop,Ruoiae,
Win. Your heult h ls surely worth thi* cam
plo test, John T. Douglas, Druggist.
Wedding gift? is a poser for
many puzzled people. Pardon thc
sugesti?n tint our judgment and
experience may be of some aid.
Presents of Silver, Cut Glass, arl
goods and China are always in or
Wo have the latest and newest
styles also correct prices,
AT SAM J. PEARSON'S
J KW i.HY STORR.
NOTICt flf TAX PAYERS
I was instructed hy tho County
lina i (I of Education to in tor m all IH*
payers thal ?aid Hoard had placed a
?treat many numen un lax hook which
had never beeil thora heforo, in tact
had tried hurd to pince on tax h mks
all th ote liable under iho law ti piy
tax and thin notice IH lo eave y ?
double nm! cnBl
J. P CA PRELL
Co UNI* Y AUDIT >H%
Ono Five Boom Dwelling Powes
sion give?) Jttuuivy lat. Apply attlns
Du. Sd ty 7 [? \
SUMTER BUICK WORKS
I. A. RITTBNBUBO, PaoP;'
Now is the time to order Briefe for
Repairing. Beat Briok, Brat Facili
lie?, Best Deliveries Ship any if bore
io the State. Write todav for price.*
8UMTEU BRICK WORK8
Deo 26, 0?.ti!n
YAIMBLB FARM FOR MK
I have for immediate sale a fine
farm cont lining 300 acr*s, aitua
ted about one mile from the cor
Eorate limits of the town of
lumbevton. 100 acres ot this
land is cleared and is in a high
state of cultivation. There are
two good frame tenant houses
and other out houses on the
same. Parties wishing to buy
a good farm will find this a
For further information apply
to A w. MCLEAN.
Lumborton, N. C
Dec 6th 1007.
FARM FOR SALE.
844$ Aereo In 71m TownBhip, Cumber
land county, N. O., 8 miles from Raeford,
4 miles from A AR Railroad 100 ?crpe
olenrod, Fino location for a Shingle radi
Cnn be made a valuable farm Will eoll
it in one tract or divido it to nu li purohan
or. Te-rms, two third? o?sh, balatiao In 12
months. J. T. BOSTICK,
Deo ?0, '07 Rod 8prlnHB, N O
LAND FOR SALE.
87 3 io Acree ?Ix union north ?sut of
Red 8prio28 and 1^ ratte* from main lino
of A Coast Lino Railroad Twonty acres
clonreo Timber and wood will p-?y tho
expenflo of clearing Prioi $2 ooo Terms
Cash J. T. BOSTICK,
Deo 30, 1907 Red Springs, N C.
i TRY THE
<l .... , . Y\ l i_1 *
] Making, Mending, Dyeing and >
5 Lad! s Tailoring. jj
?j CLEANING and TRUSSING
J A SPKCIAI/rY
j Work Called For and Delivered
? i norn.
: v v lr t ' ? v?w ?; v
lOot?si f revont? Pneumonia
A BIX ROOM DWELLING
?jljjgL HOUSE on "Hunker Hill," in
?BMMBW Emt Bennettsvillo, for R<>nt
for tho yonr 1908 Apply to
P. C. EMANUEL.
Bei notUyille, S C.
WARREN MOOR \
- BROKER -
Ten Old Line Companies
The Mutual Benefit Life Ins, Co.
OK NKWAIIK, NKW JRK8V.
OfllceH-National Bank Building.
IIKNNETTB VII. L X, 8. C.
Ut* jj * ?I.**?.*.A A-^ -??^-'?^?^A^^.^^^^
B. E. MOORE
NITRATE OF SODA,
MURIATE AND SULI
Wc aro position to quote prie
PERUVIAN GUANO Qi
PHONE 258. OFFI
.July 26, 1907.
BENNEITSVILLE & (
Schedule in EfL-ot
May 8, 1907.
No. 3. N . I,
815pm 6 20 H m Leave Bon..et
9 40 pm 7 05 a m Kol loe
JW Collection is made at Kollock, 1
?nd riouthhouiid Heaboard Air Line Ti
J. J IIKCK.vKt, President,
CEO. RU ital ILL, t?co. A ireus.
TOW:; TAX .8.
iOTICE ia hereby niven
i Tc.wi r. .... I! ....
? IS 19)7,
ivcj nono? tbut they will colore? ihv
analty provided by law on all deli?
ueut tax payer?. Take warning by
dis notice and please pay proraptly.
A. Ii. HAMER,
Deo. 20, 1907.
tickling cough, from ?ny o ?uso ia qa lok.
r stopped by Dr. Mboop'* cough oare. And
i ts sc ther::nsb!? h-irstcas :ind es?? ?bas
ir, Bhoop "iilu mo* bars ivory whero tn give
! without h?sitai (OQ, ?vea to very young
abra. The wholesome green lonvoa and
andar ?tema of e lung' healing mountain*
us ehrub,furnish tho curative proportlos
o Dr Bboop'e Gough Oura It oilms the
nnuh, nnd hft?l? the eora end aeraltlve
ronohinl mflmbrmno ,No npluoo,noohlo
of o tm, nothing barHh usod to lujare or
uppreaa. Simply a resinous plant extraot,
bet helpa to heel rushing lunga. Tba Spaa
erde cell this nb rub wfctob the Dr. asea,
*The Sacred Ilero". Allaya demand Dr.
Minnp'fi Cough Oura, J T. Dongles
Do you need a Bowl, PUolior, ftha ?
fiog Cup. large or aro di gikea pl tobe ra
i beautiful Lam1 _ ti? ip l o
? rockery ware linc go to the Bennetts
v i Ho Hardware to
there ia nothing quilo no good ns fi mi
Thia we have in greater variety
and nicer deaigoa than ever.
Some of it ia being solected, and
laid naide now ao do not delay.
If you want to see tne prettiest
CHAINS, CHARMS, PINS and RINGS
ever seen in thia town come now.
Select resents early s ;ood
8AM J. PEARSON,
JEWELER ANO OP;KJIAN.
?'H pe rr.-".ns r?rr a.?re lorhid hu?)
jog: tish i ? (j cit H tog. or haullfctf
- ?ed o? ?tfQ^;>or o ibo (wise Unty
.. i >' mi ii y-.U?t Tow ni? ip?.
A porfectly tamo squirel. Caught
when about half grown, now tull
size. Price eight dollars.
Address J. B. Bridges Jr.
H. F, D. 2. Blenheim S. O
Stocks and Bernie,
Fire and Life
Call nun* get Rates or Phone 258.
OTOR CAR CO.
IS to Marlboro People
rill?, ?Sf. O.
'HATE OF POTASH,
os on the abovo at once,
lotation Sept 1.
CES NATION A b BANK BLDG
*-t 'vaff^SB?i^ vv> DAILY -
i VV , "M Except Burnley.
No a No. 4.
invino Arrive 9 50 a m io 35 p ta
>k 8 ss \ m 9 50 p nk
night and morning, with both North
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