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VY; ?y, Jan. in, 1008
mmui PUBLISHING co.,
Col. C. F. Mooro of Chcraw
was in town Wednesday, shipping
cotton seed from his farm north
. E. D. Graham has sold tho Gem
restaurant to T. S. Odom. Tho
restaurant will continuo as at
present under the management of
Georgo A. Bristow.
No mail from Columbia was re
ceived hore Wednesday morning
on account of the Seaboard train
being several hours late and mis
sing connection with the B. and
C. at Kollock.
Rey. and Mrs. T. E. Morris
came from Georgetown Tuesday
night on oceount of thc illness of
their daughter-in-law. Mrs. Ida
McLaurin Morris. ?She was in a
very critical condition nt the time
the Democrat went to press.
Thc city primary to nominate a
mayor will be held in the court
house today, beginning at LO a. m.
and closing at 4 p. m. Tho only
candidate yet announced is Lind
say J. Breeden. Several others
have been spoken of but have not
Bishop Querry conducted ser
vices at the Episcopal church
Tuesday night and continued Mrs
J A Faison as a member of that
church. This service was to have
been held Sunday night, but
Bishop G norry did not get he re
"on account of the bad weather.
Officers to be Installed.
The following officers of the
Knights of Pythias lodge will be
stalled next Monday night:
J K Owens, chancellor com
mander; I T Welling, vice-chan
cellor; C E Covington, prelate;
J W LeGrand, master of excheq
uer; W E Reid, master of finance;
C W Crosland, keeper of records
nnrl M.?f?lis? W H Mn- < ...tnt.
eftae of Marlboro spoilt j
in town v? business. Sr,
abel Wooten, of Maxton,
ls vi^B?g Mr- und Mrs. J T Ea
Mis?Kninia MoLaurin is visit
in? hoKiistor Mrs. Willis in Wil
J T^Medlin and danghter, Miss
Mar fr, returned Monday from
Mrs Henry H Crosland returned
Tuesday night from a visit to rel
atives at Yorkvillo.
Up to Saturday night 5791 had
paid their taxes. There aro about
1500 yet unpaid,
Jomes Adams of Georgetown
spent two or three days hero last
week with relatives.
Mrs Martha Wyatt of Winston,
N 0, is visiting at tho home of her
nephew, A J Bristow.
Misses Annie McCall and Nancy
Edens aro visiting Miss Florence
McQueen at Maxton, N. C
Rev C A Jones attended thc
funeral of Mr Ayers at Hillsboro
in Marion county on Saturday
The election of officers at thc
Baptist church was postponed last
Sund y on account of thc bad
Two foreigners, a monkey and
a hand organ attracted thc atten
tion of the boys on tho streets ore
day last week
W T McLaughlin, a former res
ident of Bennettsville, who lived
on J A Drake's Irby plate last
year, has moved to Society.
Judge Milton McLaui in dined
with Chief ol'Police Kelly Sunday.
The Judge wishes it known that
he is still open for invitations.
A big mule owned by L Strauss,
fell dead while hitched to a wagon
in the street in front of thc court
i house Friday afternoon. lt was
I valued at$275.
While Auditor Campbell is out
in the di lieront sect ions of thc
county talking tax returns ?Judge
McLaurin is holding down tho
The following were received in
to the Presbyterian church Sun
day morning: Dr. and Mrs. C lt
May, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Math
Moses W Pearson sold his place
in the western suburbs to A J
Matheson a few days ago, and Mr
Mnibeson has sold it to H E and
We Never Ove:
lia tike Best Pr
VJ D Sumner, who hos boon on a
visit foina homo at Hurtsville, has
r otu med to tho city.
John H Webster of Choraw and
Miss Cora Loo Ilorndon, daughter
of N F Ilorndon of tho Hothol sec
tion, were married by Dr Bunyan
McLood on Sunduy Jan ?.
Mr and Mrs M W Collins re
turned to Conway last Thursday,
accompanied by Mrs Collins'
mother, Mrs John S Moore, who
will makohor homo with them.
Mr. William Ellorbo of Bon
nettsvillo passed through Darling
ton last Thursday morning on his
way to Spartan burg whore ho will
rosumo his studios at WolTord col
J C Deason of McCormic has
accepted a porition with tho Bcn
nettsvillo Pharmacy and arrived
Monday. Edgar I lar rall, who has
been with the Pharmacy, has ac
cepted a position at tho Planters
Last Saturday was the day for
thc meeting of tho teachers asso
ciation but the inclement weather
interfered. President McKittrick
will have a program ready for th
next meeting which will be on the
ti ist Saturday in Fobuary.
Planters Bank Meeting.
The stockholders of the Plant
ors National Bank met Monday
and reelected the old board of di
rectors as follows: A J Matheson,
B E Moore, C E Exum, Bascom
Moore, Jacob lsaacsolm, Dr C li
May and M W Adams. Thc fol
lowing officers were chosen: Pres
ident, A J Matheson; Vice-Presi
dent, B E Moore; Cashier. G W
Freeman; and bookkeeper Edgar
Harrell. The bank on the first of
January declared an annual divi
dend of 8 per cent on $100,000
capital. The affairs of the bank
are in tine shape and the coming
year is expected to be the best in
When tho Stomach, Heart,or Kidney iwrvcfl
KCl weak, then thone organs alway* f'.il
Don't (lru? ?ho stonvieh, nor Rt'tmdato tho
heart or kidney- That ?R Rimnly a make
shift. Got a prescription known to dnur
i?intH everywhere, OH Dr fihoop's. It'istora
tivo. Tho Restorative ia prepared expressly
for these weak insido,;nerves Strengthen
these norven, build thom up with Dr Shoops
n. Can't Sell (
ices and best Goods
WE ARE HAMMffRlNGl
1 Dow IN/ ON VHAT
" OF OUR SEASONS
- THE BLOWS WE
~R\KING ARE REDUCING
HAM M L R INC? PRICej
Union Savings Bank
At a meeting cf the s ?. . ' - ? "!
ors of tho Union Saving.? ? oil
Tuesday the following wei
tedas members of the I 1
directors: H H Newton, W S
Mowry, C B Crosland,
clair, Dr W J Crosla i il IC
Owens and W C Ada) Mr
Newton retired from tl : '
dency on account of tho p -
other business and Mr YT ' Vi '
ry was elected to succeed lin?, Mr
Newton was chosen vice-i
Mr W C Adams was re< lectt d us
cashier and I T Welling 11
cashier. Tho scmi-annu1
dend of 4 por cent, was dee! iced
on tho first. Tho ropor
officers showed tho affairs
a very gratiiying cont
and all aro well plea
the outlook for tho comin
Notice of Application -
Notice is hereby given bli
this day Hied in the olll
judge of probate of Marino
my accounts lina! as adm
of tlie estate of Cam Weat
on the 8th day of Februa
will make application for lt
2-5 lt T .1
WK take this method of ?nu
I ho people ol Marlboro c
Stevenson, Matheson & Ste
. I .. w firm oom nosed of W. F
ami D. S Matheson ol' C'li"ta\
M Stevenson ol''Jennettsville
Darlington, have opened an ofli
ncttsvillo Will praotico in
Federal CcTOrtS. Office in sec
Ol' Planters National Baak Bui
F? b uary 20. 1?07
Fresh Oysters daily any st
sold in quarts, gallons and ti
Hesta nra nt.
The State Board of VA
has appointed the 3rd Fi
January, which is the 17th
month, for a special teach
animation in all the countit
applicants for Marlboro
w ill please be at court 1
Benncttsville by 9 o'clock
A JJ Easterlh
73-79 Co Supt of Educa
In the House of Rep roser,
last week John Sharp W
???wi I In?'wi lin Armnnil w
MW ... MYAWi
We Never ?
goods if yoi
take ike S
aJl the Year w:
if you brir
OUR WINTER ?Toe
S VAST REDUCI1
ECAVSE THE PEoPI
F THIAS COMMVNH
;NOW THAT win
/E ?AY WE HAMM!
RICERS, WE Do HAI
1ER PRICED DOWN I
E 61TI M A T E, RE?
ED NOT ON ?HIPP
N "?ob LOTS."
VE WI?H To LET O
j . - ? w MU? m i ni ?i iii ,hi?iO.'f\li ,?d;?^?,?*~mm
fctat? of s?uth Carolina,
County of Marlboro
LOI Court of Common Ticas.
Jank of Clioraw, Plaintiff,
Mo'.ander li. Coward. Fannie E.
' JP .hip. Mast?n K. Coward, Henry
% 1 vard, William J. Coward, and
I ipnald D. Coward, hoirs at law of
Wika I obh Coward, deceased, and tho
i h and American Mortgage Com
pu o Defendants.
lonally appeared before the
.lbingofficer, CW. Duvall. who
ih says that ho is cashier of the
Bank of Cheraw, tho Plaintiff, and
a cause of action exist and is
now i ending in favor of said plaintiff
. .b the above named defendants,
. . for the foreclosure of mortgage
ol' i estato in the state and county
' i >ncnb further says that lie is
I . ' led and believes that the do
utta Fannie li. Manship and Hen.
Coward do not reside within
ate, and they cannot after due
ice be found therein, that the
mule 13. Manship resides In the
f Ltockingham in the state of
Carolina, and the said Henry
1 'ard resides in thc town of
, in the State of Mississippi,
lie said defendants are entitled,
s at law, of Elizabeth Coward,
ul, to an interest in the said
.ged premises and are necessary
defendant to this action.
t W. Duval,
n to bc ore me this 8th day of
Lt. T. Caston, Notary Public.
i you get a Ladies' free Oyster
.villi every oyster order. See
is handed }ou. Oem Restau
jldneyB. ?Tiroir point to weak kidney
Tho Kidneys, Uko tho.Heart, and tnt
And their weakness, not In tho organ.
; In tho nervo? that control and gulda
Ithon thorn. Dr. Shoop's Kostoratlvo li
ri specifically prepared to reach thole
tr norvei. To doctor tho Kidneys alono,
lt ls a wasto of timo, and ol money as
back aches or is weak, if the uria?
9dark And strong, it you haro symptoms
or othor distressing or dangorous kid
9, try Dr. Ghoop's Restorative a month
Liquid-and seo what it can and will
Druggist recommend and sell
m vi ? i
en't got 'en
four Dollars in<
to our Store
lake almost one more p
of the family to carry il
>f the winter. Wc ask you
oes from 1 to 5, 45c to
's Shoes from 5 to 8, 65c
es from 8 1-2 to ll, 90c to
hoes from il l-l to 2, \.\Z
pair absolutely solid, that
lildren's shoo trade.
isily fit and suit any won
QUICEN QUALITY SHO
md Lace, ??un Metal, Pa
I Vici's. Thc only woman
olutely holds its shape.
* percent, off of every doll
ii hi our store. Boy's su;
.?. -? A if] 1 ?. ." " *.
One track of lund eevou hun
dred and fifty aoree, more or less,
cit nat ed in tho county of Williams
burg, fifteen miles below Kings?
tree. One hundred and fifty acree
of chi red land, ono hundred acres
rich bottom land, two good dwel
ling houses, two tenent houses,
one good store house, good water,
the farm has a fence around it
A good looalty for any one want
ing a country home.
BLOOMINGYILLE, SO. QA.
SUMTER BRICK WORKS
I A. RITTENBURGr, Pnoi\
N<>w is the time to order Brick for
Repairing. Best Brick, BpBt Facili
ties, Beat Deliveries. Ship any whore
in the Stnte. Write todav for prices
SUMTER BRICK WORKS
Dec. 20, 07. fl m.
ITH two Saw Mills in oporotion,
I nm now prepared to supnlv tho
publie with ell kinds of UNDRESSED
LUM BK il nt the mills or delivered any
here in Bennettsvlllo.
WOOD ron ALL.
I am also prepared to lill orders for any
1 looffth of S?ovo or Ho??o Wood, on
tho yard or delivered nt your homos.
PHONE 135? or leave orders for either
LUMBER or WOOD at my rceidcuco.
t&f Mill 3 miles from Town.
A. J. JONES.
. April 25 1900 Beuettsvillo, S. 0.
LAND FOR SALE.
WE OFFER FOa IM M SDI ATE SALE
a line tract of land iuRibesoti
county North Carolina, situated on
the east hank of Shoe Heel Creek,
about oltfht milos below 7 miles f'om
Rowland, and about one milo trono
tin- main lino of tho Alma and Little
Rock Railroad, and known as tho Mc
Donald pince. This tract of land
Contain? Five Hundn d and Seventeen
(517) ?eros, about one hundred md
thirty (130) acr* 8 being cleared and in
good state of cultivation. It bas upon
il two new frame tenant bouses Th?
tract ? BO bas some very valuable tim
her II it Tina property will be sohl
f?ir dividion and a bargain cnn be bad
hat we a
We Never Alic
i. Your Mone;
tioiv on Earth
rd tsp fi
sreaLse m Value by i
air for c&ch
to - 1.50
\ to - 2.50
is the secret
ian with thc
ICS. This in
tent Kid and
i's Sho?. that
3.00 to 4.00.
lars worth of
its anil over
Boys and Mei
Good, Solid, Co
to carry them
Gents Shoe in 1
Box Calf Shoes.
Fat Colt and
Shoes, 5,00 to
Gun Metal, li
Pat Colt and
Ralston 3.25 ai
Box Calf. Gu
add styles, Cro:
These arc thc
The New Gil
now being slw
week. Some c
- BROKER -
lt fes P u K]S ENTINO
7e/? Une Companies
Tlic Mutual Benefit Life Ins. Co.
09 HBWABK, ?Sw JERBY,
Offices-National Bank Building.
BBNHETT8VILLE, 8. O,
Call and go
B. EL MOOftB.
MOORE St C
NITRATE OF SODA,
MURIATE AND SULPHATE OF P
We are position to quote prices on the above
PERUVIAN GUANO Quotation Sept ii
PHONE 2^8. OFFICES NATIONAL
?July 25, 1907.
From Bennettsville via
Bcnncttsville Cheraw R. R.-Seaboard Air Lind
>w Our Stock
y &nd our
learly oive half
n will all need another pair o?
mfortable and well fitting Shoes
till Spring. B?ys and Liftle
Patent Colt, Gun Metal. Vici and
Prices run from 1.00 to 3.00
Kid Cutton and Lace Hanan
Hitcher Lace, Hanan 5.00 to 5.50
Gun Metal Lace and Hutton
!d - - 4.00
n Metals, Pat Colt, all shapes
ssettes, 3,00 and - ,4.00
; Cream of the best faetones in
will make a liberal cut on any
inhams and White Goods are
ivn. Unusual values._
i Sale will continue through this
scellent values left.