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title: 'The Marlboro democrat. (Bennettsville, S.C.) 1882-1908, April 10, 1908, Image 7',
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NEWS FROM CLIO
Dinner Given to Teachers on
Sunday~ Other Malters of
Clio, April 5--Mr. A L Calhoun
,7r., is in the northern market this
week selecting goods to accommo
date his customers-in their spring
Mr. Brooks Emanuel, of Sum
. tor, one of Marlboro's sons, is
spending some days here in tho in
terest of tho International Ilar
l? vesting Machine Co.
Miss Kate McIntyre, of Rod
Springs, spent some days this
week pleasantly among former
friends and visiting her sister, Miss
Sallie, who is ono of tho valuables
f \ the ladies and gents furnishing
^-store of W R Salmon, and boards
at the pleasant home of Miss Ella
Miss Annie Manning has return
ed from Colorado where she has
been spending the winter with
friends and meets many friendly
greetings from friends here.
Miss Annie Stubbs, of Sumter,
is in tho dry goods department of
A L Calhoun's new store.
If you miss the Operetta at the
school auditorium next Friday
night, you may miss a delightful
evening of pleasure, as Miss Eliza
4tRoseman will present "A Day in
Flowcrdom*' with her music class,
8:30 April 10th.
Twenty one members of Aurora
Lodge A. F. M., attended the
laying of tho coi ner stone of the
new Methodist college, now being
erected at Maxton, N. C., by tho
aal conference ol' thc church.
> being rapidly pushed to coin
Jon and will be ready for the
session. The Clio visitors wore
prised al tho growth of tho
.n in ten years and aro pleased
h their entertainment while
y o u r correspondent r e p r o
scnting the county papers, was
with us Friday night ai d several
war scenes were brought up and
discussed with pleasure, The
growth of Clio confused him so
that he was several times lost and
tried to use the post oilice, mistak
ing it for the bank of Clio.
Mr. and Mrs. D A McQueen
gave a dinner to tho teachers on
Sunday. Tho Misses Elisa Rose
man, Sara Shaw and Cora Hell
Napier wore present and with the
family attended services at Dun
bar Presbyterian church in thc af
ternoon and the congregation en
joyed ono of Hov. J G Richards
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Chattiness
spent Sunday in town with their
Miss Daisy McCall with Mrs.
i Bromfield Rogers, of Parnassus,
wore in town on Monday.
Mrs. Hose Evans, of Jamesville,
j West Va., is visiting her friend,
j Miss Mary Moore.
Mr. Dan'l 1) McLaurin went up
to Fayetteville on Sunday anti
brought homo his little son, Doll ir
las, who has undergone a months
treatment at Highsmith hospital
for a chronic bladder trouble, ant
comes home apparently as well a;
any boy of a dangerous operation
Miss Lena Pate who has been witl
her little nephew at the hospita
returned with him.
Mrs. Helena Welsh, of Allanta
Ga., is spending a month with he
daughter, Mrs. Joe Strauss,
The town election passed ol
quietly on Monday, the old o (li cor
being elected without opposition
and we still have for mayor Joh
Harrentine, aldermen, ,1 I) ICdom
.1 C Covington, ll <i McCall an
('burles Manning. Our streets hav
Ween put in good condition, th
town is out of debt ami has som
Slot) in the bank.
The M isst>s Alice and Anni
Change of Schedule.
Tho Bonnettsville & Choraw
Railroad announces change iii their
schdulo of passenger trains effect
ivo Monday April 13th account of
chango with Seaboard Air Line
Trains on and after this dato
will leave Drakes 7.00 A M arriv
ing Kollock 8.40 A M making
connection with northbound S A L
t rain, birt will not make connection
for the southbound train as at
present. Returning this train will
leave Kollock at 8:55 A. M., arriv
ing Bennottsville9:35?A. M. The
time for leaving Bonnettsville
for Drakes has not been de
cided on. Afternoon train will
leave Drakes at 5:00 P. M., arriv
ing Kollocks 8:85 P. M., making
connection to both northbound and
southbound S. A. L. trains. Re
turning this train leaves Kol locks
8:50 P. M., arriving Drakes 10:'25
P. M. All trains will go via
(J. P. B.
Country Home of Col. C. F. Moore
The residence at thc plantation
of Col. C F Moore, six miles north
of town, was destroyed by tire last
Friday morning about eleven
o'clock. Tho lire was in the top of
thc house when discovered. The
loss was about $'2500, with $1000
insurance. Tho house was occupi
ed by Col. Moore's overseer,
This is Col. Moore's third lire
since last fall. His gin house and
about 100 bales of cotton at his
plantation in Chesterfield were
destroyed. A little later several
bales of his cotton were burned on
tho depot platform in Cheraw. He
dui not have any insurance on bis
gin bouse or cotton.
An April Fool Picnic.
Tatum, April 0.-A most enjoy
able affair was the April Kool pic
nic given Wednesday afternoon by
Misses Bessie, Louise und Kath
ph ?> ?
Thon n walk was made visiting a
good many places.
Among those who were present
were thc following:
Girls-Rossie,', Lou iso. Kathleen,
Ruth, Edith, Rosa and Winnie Lee
Hamer, Maude, Ada, Minnie and
Kssic Berry, Kathleen Woodley,
Pearl Fletcher, Sallie and Marv
Lee Fuller, Madge Bolton, Flora
Manship, .laney Sanders, Nolie
Stuart and Clarice lOastcrling.
Boys-John, Frank and Jesse
Manship, Angus Stanton, Bon
Carlisle, Lawrence Hamer, Sam
Watson and Arthur Sanders.
OAK RIDGE CEMETERY
Committee will Meet on Thursday
at 4 pm.
The Oak Ridge Cemetery Com
mittee will meet at the home of
Mrs W P Breeden on Thursday
April 9th at 4 p m. Some import
ant matters are to come before the
meeting and every one is earnestly
requested to be on hand at the
Grippe is sweeping the country.
Stop it with Prcventics, before it
gets deeply seated. To check early
colds with these little Candy Cold
Cure Tablets is surely sensible and
safe. Prcventics contain no qui
nine, no laxative, nothing harsh
or sickening. Pneumonia would
never appear if carly colds were
promptly broken. Also good for
feverish children. Large box, 48
tablets, 25 cents. Vest pocket
boxes 5 cents. Sold by J. T.
Notice of Final Discharge
Estate of R J Cannon.
Having (lied in tho probate
judge's office of Marlboro coun
ty my final return as adminis
trator of the estate of H .1 Can
non notice is hereby given that
1 will apply to said court on
the 20th day of April 1 DOS lor
letters (lisinissory as such ad
In Darlington Attended by Several
Post II, TP A, at Darlington
gave a banquet Friday. Several
Marlboro drummers aro members
of Post ll, as there is no post in
Marlboro. Tho membership is
not confined to drummers, but
many business men, who sonic
times have occasion to travel, be
long to thc organization.
W. U. Crosland of Bennetts ville
was elected third vice-president of
Post ll. Among the delegates elec
ted to thc state convention were
thc following Marlboro men: L. C.
Breeden, C. P. Wells, W. lt.
Crosland, D. C. Pate, J. T. Car
roll,.!. D. Morrison.
Thc secretary of thc post, Frank
Pegues, is a former Marlboro man.
Ile was endorsed by Post II for
"The Sweetest Girl in Dixie."
Thc Dramatic Club will present
this year a very charming play en
titled "Tho Sweetest Girl in
Dixio." It is now being'rehearsed
and will bc fully up to tho stand
ard evidenced on former occasions
by these talented young people.
The story is a Southern one, full
of sweetness, humor and pathos.
Each role in thc cast promises to
bc finely sustained, from tho ante
bellum Southern gentleman down
to thc two faithful slaves of former
days. Indeed, old Uncle George,
with his faithful Aunt Caroline,
will chase dull care away from thc
hearts ef everyone. Tho play will
be given for the benefit of thc
Twentieth Century Club library,
which lost so heavily in the big lire,
and tho Murchison School library.
Thc Dramatic Club has always
been generous and public spirited,
and wc bespeak for them thc inter
ject ...wi <-.f ..?* fKn commHn:iv
li |t ?ompwSA!
of some of our liest singqrs.
Tho dato, Thursday, April 23,
will bo anticipated with much in
terest. Tickets will bc put on salo
on Monday the 20th at Douglas'
20 Birthdays in 80 Years.
Among thc visitors in town
Monday was William W Irby, of
Smithville, one of thc county's old
est and best citizens. Mr. Irby
has had only 20 birthdays, but he
was Xl) years old on thc 29th of the
Mr. Irby was a class-mato of
Judge Hudson at thc South Caro
lina college, and it was ho that in
duced young Hudson to apply for
tho school at Bennottsvillo, and
was thus the means of giving to
Marlboro this distinguished jurist
The two were also comrades in
war, where they both won distinc
tion for bravery and devotion to
Candidate* cardt are poblithed iron
date of iciertion till thc election for
five dollar?, cash in advaace.
I hereby announce myself a candi
I date, for Clerk of Court, subject to the
action of tho Democratic primary.
John II Thomas.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate fer Clerk of Court, subject to
the action of the Democratic primary.
A-D J ? Kdens.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for County Treasurer, subject to
the action of the Democratic primary.
C W Crosland.
1 hereby announce myself a candi
date for reappointment to the oflice
of County auditor, subject to the ac*
tion of the Democratic primary.
J P Campbell.
Waa in Poor lioalth For Yours
Ir? W, Kelly, of Mansfield, Pa., writes
"I was in poor health for two yenni, Buf
fering from kill ney nm! bladder troublo, I
upcnt coimidembie money aonnultiog phyei?
,.?.,i,o with - * ph^fvininff ?>r>*> ,,>orir.><i bene*
rjf, bul . cured by l\.!oy> Kidiiep Cute,
nilli I d.v ir to :i'l<i I" i.C tU?QOy (I . it
uiiy lc i he M iirtd of rcMoeiijg th* lu ?V of
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Just two week? till Easter. If you would be properly arrayed for this occasion, you Ka.d better befitx now.
No trouble to be fixed up right for we've ?a^thered in the mast comprehensive collection of Easter Merchan
dise that's been shown here.
Stroits? and Brother make High Art Clothing for men
and we have had them make up for us the greatest line of
spring and summer suits they've ever made. 2 or 3 piece
suits in greys, browns, blue serges, and black serges and
worsted. They are made to lit and they look better every
time you see them. They have from 25 to 50 per cent '.nore
service than any similar priced clothing that's shown by
others, Brice, from Iii.50 to 22.50,
It is a pleasure to the trade as well as to ourselves to
show our line of Easter shoes, lt's no trouble for us to lit
thc most difficult feet. Remember please that the famous
Queen Quality shoes for women are sold only by us. '28
beautiful styles, in all shapes, greys, tans, white and black.
1'opular priced suits, are made as well as thc '20.00 to
25.00 tailor made clothing, and they cost you just one-half
as much. A winner in these at 0.00; better grade in them
from 10.00 to 13.50. Every garment guaranteed.
We are the folks that made fitting up the boys a pleasure.
No more worry for mothers. Send the boys in this week
sure, save (hem 25 per cent Oil their Easter suit.
For service and comfort are among the world leaders in
women's fine shoes. No matter what style you want we
have them. They look good too.
&Ae Children's Shoe House
Wc are the folks that carry anything wanted "if it's right"
in children's footwear. Can lit any child in a pretty, service
able pair of (Caster slippers. Let them como this week jilease.
Look at our show window for the now showings in Hanan
ec Sons, Cl'OSsett and Ralston Shoes for men, price ;?.50,
.1.00, 5.00 and 0.00.
Every one a winner.
A GREAT EASTF R SHOWING
In Dress (?nods, Trimming, Laces, Embroideries, Hells and Neckwear for Women, and Hosiery and Gloves. .Money saved you in each department.
A few do/en Suits of Men's Underwear left. These are tho $1.50 and $2.00 garments that wo are showing at just 75c a garment, a saving of 75 per cent. Better look in at these.
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