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BENNETTS VILLE, S, G.
W. F. CALDWELL, EDITOR
Friday, Feb. LS, 1908
Bryan for President
The claim bas been made that
thc nomination of Bryan would
mean another defeat of thc Demo
cratic party and for this reason
some of the .papers are lighting
him. At thc head of the oppo
nents of the Nebraskan stands'the
New York World, a so-called dem
ocratic oigan, lint in reality the
spoilsman of Wall Street and thc
minion of the moneyed interests.
This paper is fighting him all along
thc line and calling upon the peo
ple not to nominate him but this
is only adding strength to thc tide
which has set in strongly towards
the Nebraskan. Ami o u r o 1 d
friend, the News ami Courier, is
moving heaven and earth in its en
deavor to keep South Carolina from
declaring for the Nebraskan but
we fear that all this is in vain.
We don't see what is the matter
with nominating Bryan. True bc
lias twice been defeated but, what
of that? It only goes to show thc
true stuff with which he is made
that he never knows when he is
defeated. It is tho man who eau
arise from defeat and keep driving
at his purpose whom wo admire
and the world applauds and Bryan
us such a man if there ever was
ono. Ile has thc spirit which wins
and we predict that his nomination
this year will mean that the dcmo
s a?*o going to have a better
iee of winning than they have
since Cleveland was elected in
'he man who seem to be Bryan's
l on the second place with LSry
When tlio d?mocratie conven
>n meets. There is lin1 cry of
.itting an eastern man on tho tic
ot so ho can carry Now York,
ow Jersey, and numerous other
states. But this folly was shown
in 190-1. ND man, unless ho is
willing to bow to the inoncyd in
terests, stands a ghost ol' a chance
in tho cast and hence lots try the
west. Rather than an eastern man !
.?els have a southerner for we know
that he can carry tho south and
that is more than Parker did in 1
tho last election? lie lost one of
the southern states and his home
state by large majorities and so it
is folly to talk about an eastern
man for the nomination. Lets
have mon, and Bryan for Presi
dent with John j Johnson, for
vice-President would make a com
bination with more likelyhood of
success than anyother which tho
democrats can putin thc field.
So Frank B. Gary is the Senator.
Well he was a member of the
House and that was about all that
* ..? <.?
Spring has arrived but winter is
lurking close in tho rear as was
Witnessed the other day when the
temperature took a sudden tumble
and men who had been talking a
bout pulling off their coats sudden
ly found them selves running for
That was an awful sighg at Col
lingwood when over 180 children
were burned to death. Some offi
cial has been negligent of their
duty and tho inspectors should
have been more careful.
Thc local political pot will soon
begin to boil and thou look out for
the vapor. Tho coining campaign
promises to be warm.
(i 4* ?
The state league of baseball this
summer is to be composed of Ches
ter, Kock Hill, Sumter and Oran
gcburg. Wo don't know how the
other matters are but we can bot
that there will be plenty of "blow
ing" from tho second ono on this
list.-Marlboro Democrat, lien ne
tt sv i lio.
Yes, contemporary, thero mn.v
be "blowing" on thc part of Kock
Hill, for sho is going lo have a
team worth "blowing" about.
Ami the next paragraph in tire
above, named paper reads;
What is the matter with Ben
nettsvillo joining the state league,
One ot the best advertisements any
town can have is v good baseball
team and then it furnishes lots of
wholesome amusements too.
Bonncttsville will have to awake
fi o n her slumbers and be promot
od to the "A" class with Kock
Hill beforo she can enter a lea
gue.-Rock Hill Herald.
There! Don't get excited. Bcn
nettsville had a league team for
several years and the only reason
why we quit WHS because there
was no fun in winning all thc
games. But we have been i ri
"THE" class a long time while
Hock Hill it still trying to get in
Broad battels of yellow daffodils,
sweet seemed hyacinths ami love
ly violets at present make gay the
low Us of many homos in Hock Hill,
and thc only wonder is that other
residents who see the beautiful
flowers do not fly on the wings of
the moment's inspiration and plant
their yards full of brown bull?s of
promise. Think ot' our little city
if rom now until early November
eight month---- lined with Howers,
crocus and daffodils, dowering
peach trees, tulips, lilacs, snow
balls, crimson ramblers, scarlet
geraniums, petunias, asters, chrys
anthemums ! What a beautiful
Rock Hill.-- Kock Hill Herald.
Now did you ever hear the like !
Certainly preparing for baseball.
leaves ami tender steins ol a niuo
healing mountainous shrub fur
nish the curativo properties to Dr.
Shoop's C?ugh Curo lt cal iris tho
cough', and heals the sensitivo
bronchial membranes. No opium,
no chloroform, nothing harsh used
to injure or suppress. Demand
Dr Shoop's. Take no other. J. T.
'.Suffered day and night the torment
of itching piles. Nothing helped nie un
til I used Donn's Ointment. Iv cured
me permanently.M lion John U Garrott,
Mayor, Girard, Ala.
GOVERNOR ANSEL COMING
He and Dr. Smith to be Here
Governor Martin F Ansel wilj
be the guest of the Bennettsvillo
Presbyterians next Sunday. He
will speak at thc Murchison school
auditorium at 11 A M the occa
sion being laymen's Sunday for
the Presbyterian church.
At 8 p. m., there will be an ad
dress at the auditorium by Dr.
Henry Louis Smith, president of
There will be no preaching at
thc Baptist church Sunday, so that
the people of that denomination
will have un opportunity to hear
Governor Ansel and Dr. Smith.
(iov. Ansel will speak to the
older people, and Dr. Smith to the
What is Linnonette for? Ask
om at Miltie's Store. 81-85 A D
Grippe is swooping the country.
Stop it with Provontics, before it
gets deeply seated. To check early
colds with those, little (-andy Cold
Cure-'Tablets is surely sensible ?ind
safe. Provontics contain no (pu
nine, rio laxative, nothing harsh
or sickening. Pneumonia would
never appear if early colds wore
promptly broken. Also good for
feverish children. Largo box, 48
tablets, 2? cents. Vest pocket
boxes ;> couts. Sold by J. T.
WAS NOT NOMINATED
D. D. McColI, Jr., was not Nomi
natcd for the Senate by
BIca.se - A Correction.
lt was stated in the last isssue
of the Democrat in the report of
the legislativo balloting for United
States Senator that Cole Blouse
had nominated Mr. D 1) Mcdill,
Jr., ol' Marlboro and then tho vole
for him was given, lt has since
come out that this was wrong and
did Mr. McColl an injury. The
facts aro that Mr. Mot loll was
never nominated and as soon as
his name was voted for he arose
in his seat ami asked the presiding
ollicer to withdraw his name as he
would under no circumstances per
mit it to bc used. Several of Mr.
McColl's triends asked him to al
low his name to be voted for and
there is no doubt but that he would
have polllcd a good vote but he
would not permit thc usc of his
Thc information in question as
to Mr. McColl having been nomi
nated by Cole Blease was gotten
over the long distance telephone
last Thursday just before the
Democrat went to press. The in-j
former at the Columbia end of the
line was mistaken. Mr. Freeman
called up Mr. J P Gibson and ask
ed him about the balloting and it
was Mr. Gibson who said that Mr. I
McColl had been placed in nomi
nation by Blease.
Mr- Gibson says that Mi-. Blease
did,on the llooi", make some com
plimentary marks about Mr. Mc
Coll, and ho thought, at thc time
that ho was placing Mr. McColl
This correction is made in jus- j
tico to Mr. McColl and for the
sake of accuracy.
A\M..,I ;^ T.ennonotto. Ask tun
Account o? Automobile races al
Savannah, Chi, M.ireh iSth, I9lh.
the Scabbard Air I Jue Railway
will sell round trip tickets lo
Savannah al the very lbw rate
of ?lte lilid <>in- third first
das-; fare for tile roilllll trip,
'ricketson sale March 1 7111. aili I
ISth; VMXHI returning r.;> to ami
including, hui aol hiter than
midnight O? Mardi ?ipili. The
rate from Choruw, S C, will he
59. JO. Proportionately low rates
from other points. ppr further
information call oil Scahoanl
Agents, or write IO \V b Bur
roughs, Tl' A, Columbia, SC.
Notice of Final Discharge.
I?STP?TM A I. ic li il. Ul'ltllAKIl
ilavitig filed in the Prohate Judge's
office of Marlboro counts my filial re
turn as administrator of the estate o? '
Alice II Huhhard notice ;s hereby given
thal I will apply to said ci nu t Oil thc
10th day of April PHIS for letters dis
inissary as such administrator.
John H Hubbard,
BUY-The genuine Phil
lips Improved cotton seed.
It does make cotton, Others
say so. Write for pamphlet
and prices and see what oth
ers say. J L Phillips, Orange
burg, S C. 1(M6 p
Orders for MONUMENTS or
TOMBSTONE pn n V 1/a I ? 1
Call on me, at my place of hti-incss near
the Atlantic Coast [??DO ami tho Soa-.
hoard Air Lino Passcngor Depots,< or
write mo, Dosigns and Prices furnish <
ed on application.
Phone No. 96. I
J. W. MolMWliK.
January 25, PJUfi.
S. M, BREEDEN DEAD.
Was Buried Wednesday Morn
ing. Large number ol
S. M. Breeden died early Tues
day morning rather suddenly. Ho
had been sick for about two weeks
with rheumatism and cold but vas
thought to bo better .M o n d a y.
The funeral services were conduct
ed on Wednesday by the Kev. R.
IC, Turnipsucd and the romaines
wore laid to rest in Oak Ridge
Tho deceased is survived by a
wife, who was Miss Williams of
Chesterfield, and four sons. He
is also survived by a large number
of relatives. Ho was a son of
Mr. T .1 Breedon who survives
For several years the late Mr.
Breeden practiced law in Chostes
liold but his health failing ho re
turned to this county and engaged
in farming until the time of his
(iota sample of Linnonette. Get
it at Mittles store. 84-80 A I)
A CAT'S EYES.
Thc Chlnone DtNcove red Their K'ne na
ii Time I ml len lui-,
Tlie first European to learn of the
uso ol' a ?'at as a time indicator was
M. line, %\im lo a work on the Chinese
empire tells how he was Initiated Into
M. lili?- ami a party of friends set
out lo visit a Chinese Christian mis
sion seulement Hinom,' the peasantry.
They met a young Chinaman on the
road, ?ind to test his Intelligence they
DSked him if he could tell them I lie
time. The native looked U|l at the sky.
but the clouds hid the sun from \ low.
and he couldn't read any answer liiere.
Suddenly lio ila rt eil away (.> a farm
(md returned In a few moments with :i
eat in his arms. Pushing ii)) Its eyelids
Willi his hand, he told Hue to look at
them, ?it the same time volunteering
tin? Information that it was not noon
yet. While they were pU/'/.llUg over
the ease the hoy went about his busi
When the narty reached the village,
rower up to 12 noon, when Ihej be
came scarcely percopllbh lines drawn
perpendicularly across the eye, and
after that dilation recommenced, line
examined the eyes of several cats anti
verified what tho chinese had told
him. ( Ihicago i ?lironicle.
AN ODD WAGER.
Tho Peenllur Hot n Koro lien Prince
l.nlil timi Won In I'nrlN.
Gambling has always been a favor
ite occupation for tho sons ot royal
houses, but none of them probably
has ever exhibited so much wit and
Ingenuity la his hotting ?s n foreign
prince did ut his Btay In Paris.
Ile laid a heavy wager with a mom
lu *r of tin? Imperial club of tho I-'reneh
capital that within two hours he
would be arrested by the police with
out committing any offensn or pro
yoking the officers of tho law lu any
fashion, Accordingly, having clothed
himself lu rugs of tho most disreputa
ble appearance, he walked Into one of
tho most aristocratic restaurants In
tho city and ordered n cup of choco
lato. The walter refused to serve him
unless bo showed evidence tbut bo
could pay. Tho prlnco at once drew
a roll of bank noten from his pocket
and offered ono of large denomination
to tho astonished attendant. The lat
ter took th? bill and carried lt at once
to the proprietor, who sent for tho
police, in tho meantime allowing bis
Strange guost to lie served.
As Boon au tho authorities arrived
they ii misted tho Incognito Hon of roy
alty and took him to the nearest sta
tlon, where of course ho wa? released
after ho had disclosed tho facta of tho
affair.-N?W York Tribune.
Tho tenn color blindness Implies an
entire absence of the color sense, and
there are u few persons who aro lu this
condition, but lt also Includes nil tho
forms of partial color blindness In
which tho perception of one of the
fundamental colon; -red, green audi
violet Is wanting, aud which aro
known as red bllndnosa, green blind
ness and violet blindness. Tho lino be
tween theso various kinds of color
blindness and a perfect perception of
colors ls not sharply drawn, HO that n
largo number of persons have what ls
called a fooblo color sense, which falls
short of actual color blindness. Thero
ls no doubt that color bl I nd noss in itu
various forma is much moro common
than ls genorally supposed, and lt ls
moro common among tho imperfectly
than the well oducated classes.
Got the Habit Later.
In a Hermon preached In a small
church lu Glasgow the pastor, aftor in
veighing against slothfulness, said by
way of climax, MDo you think Adara
and Evo went about tho gardon of
Kdon with their banda In their pock
I A I' Hennettsville.J.
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I*ve I lamlet.
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9 51 P. M.
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1 20 A. M.
CKcraw Camden -Columbia- Savannah--Jacksonville
Arv Col umina
Arv St. Augustine
Try an Ad with
us and watch
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OBI Tuesday 17th Way ?
March 1008 at
10 O'Clock A.M
I Will Expose to Public Sale My Entire
Consisting of one 35 horse engine, one 40 horse boiler, oi
No 60 foot cut Lane mill, 2 Hoe saws, 1 friction cut off sa
and fictures, one 25 horse boiler and engine, one S A Wo t
double surfacing planer, one Vance 3 saw edger, one stea
dry kiln, 4 log carts, one 1 htirse wagon, one 4 horse wago
one blacksmith outfit, one side track, 4 shanties, mill shed
gear, belting, shafts, etc.
This property is locater
on the Coastline railroad
about three miles beltjiw
iteiinettsville, 8. C.- anil
will he sold at the mill,
sale beginning at lil
o'clock A. ll. This prop
erty will he sold regard
less of price. Come and
get a bargain? Terms eas?!