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BENNETTS VILLE, S, C.
DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING JO.,
Clio year.$ 1.00
W 8 Hendloy of Columbia spent
Sunday in town.
Mrs. L J Breeden returned Sat
urday night from Chester, where
she has been visiting relatives.
There ?re services at the Meth
odist church each night this week,
conducted by thc pastor, Kev. lt
Misses Mazio Brooksand Blanch
Freeman of Hamlet, vho have
been visiting Miss Daisy Freeman,
returned home yesterday.
Mrs. Il W Carroll and Mrs. (?
W Douglas have been elected del
egates from the Twentieth Cen
tury club to the state meeting of
woman's clubs in Greenville.
J S Sterling, principal of thc
Brightsville school, was in town
Saturday. Mr. Sterling is from
Blackstock, Fairfield county, and
is a teacher of long experience.
Mr Groseh the photogapher and
painter will start for Europe in a
Mrs W R Crosland and Mrs J L
Jordan are visiting their sisters in
Kev. C. A. Jones p: cached an
excellent sermon Sunday on "The
Women of the Bible."
Mrs. Tray wick and daughter
Miss Lida, of Clio have been visit
ing relatives in town.
Mesdames Sarah Crosland and
Douglas "Jennings are spending
some time in Columbia.
Mrs. Z. A. Kay and daughter,
Miss Myrtle, of Mount Crab,
Ohio, are visiting Mrs. 1*. B.
his cotton interest.
Judge Hudson, il K Owens, ,1
W Doti rando and Col Knox Liv
ingston are attending tho supreme
court in Columbia.
Miss Annie Keels of Kershaw
county returned to ber hoyne hist
Wednesday after a pleasant visit
to her sister in town, Mrs. Phil
?YIHS Kate Terrell visited last
Eriday, ber you rig friend Miss
Until Patterson at Boylon this
county, and attended" the closing
exercises of Gibson school.
Quite n humber ol: farmers wit
nessed the operation of tho Cotton
Chopper las! Monday afternoon
which wa? exhibited in Iv l> Mc
coll plantation west ol' town,
Tho yoting ladies of Bennetts
ville gave a leap scar d meo at
Crosland Ipili on Monday night of
lasl week, and the young men gaye
a rel urn d tin cc Thursday nield.
Mr. and Mrs. E. \V. Liles, of
Brightsville -peni last Wednesday
in town, with Mr. Liles sister Mrs.
,1. W.LoGrando. Mrs. Liles is a
sister o? Mr. Phil Miller and bad
been spending a few diivs willi
Quito a distrhetivo iVu'?sl lire rag?
ed last Sunday in (lie woodland,
belonging lo Mrs ,1 b' L?es and
.Mrs Alice (i Moore in lirightsvillc
township, north ol' Goodwins Mili
About liv e hundred aeres of tine
timber lund was burned and the t un
ber in places was greatly damaged,
Winthrop College Scholarship
and entrance Examination.
Tho examination i'm the iiwar'd ot
vaca Ut Scholarships in Winthrop Col
lego and tor the nd mission of new
students w|iI bo held at tho Cou li tv
Court I rouse ?II I'Tidav, .lilly ii at i? .\
M. Applicants must bo net less than
Hf teen years ol' aire, winn scholar
ships a re vacant, aft er .i u I \ i! th Oj
will Pe awarded Lo tllOSO making tho
highest avcrago at this examination,
provided tho.\ rnoefc tho conditions
governing t hc award. A pplicants for
Scholarships should writ o to i 'resident
Johnson before the exam I nation tor
Scholarship examination blanks,
Scholarships are worth $100 and
free tuition. Tho next sossion will
open Soptcmbor Kl loos. Por further
information and catalogue, address
I ? I i Johnson. Rock Hill, S C
ii 20 A DP
Names of Those who will Receive
Class A- A T Quick, Elijah
Class B- Silas Animons, Mc
Coll. J T Cope, Bonnettsville.
Nelson Quick, Cope.
Class C No 1-1) T Hargrove,
W AV Irby, Kolloek. Martin
Hubbard, Brightsville. L Wicker
Class C No 2-Thomas Amnions
ll Bristow, Tatum. Wado A Bass
Bennettsville. E Bollard, McColl.
Neil Beasley, McColl. William
Bollard, Ncwtonville. James Bar
ber, Bennettsville. J M Bristow,
Bennettsville. Daniel Clark, Clio.
William Carte.-, Key. Alex Chavis
Willis J Chavis, Ogden. Alexander
Clark. J W Clark, Bennettsville.
W R Clark, Bennettsville. John W
Caulk, Clio. J C Carpenter. Elisha
Cummings, Clio. Robert Calder,
McColl. W E Coxe, Brownsville
J P Davis, Bennottsvillo Jessie C
Driggers, Kolloek. Eli Driggers,
Kollock. William Driggers Kol
lok. J W Driggers, Bennettsville
J C Caddy, Bennettevillc. lt G
Gilbert, Bcnnettsille. J C Grooms
W M Graham, Red Hill. JT
Grant, Kolloek. J B Hinson.
Samuel Hathcook, Clio. J P Hin
son, Bennettsville. David Ham
mond, Clio. A B Jacobs, McColl
D Jones, McColl. Isaac Laviner
Bennettsville. Wash Locklier, Clio
Silas S McColl, Clio. John Mc
Queen, Bennettsville. HE MeLo
more, McColl. J 1) McColl, Clio.
Blaney Miller, Bennettsville. N.N.
McDonald, Bennettsville. J E
Powers, Bennettsville. tl L Odom
Anderson Parker, Kolloek. J ll
Parish, Bennettsville. R J Patter
son, Bennettsville. .Jorry Poison,
Clio. .Joseph Phillips. Bennettsville
Andrew Parham, Brightsville. G
W Rascoe, Brightsville. A II lins
Bennettsville. .J E Taylor, Blen
heim. P A Turnage, Bennettsville
.1 W Wilkes, Bingham. David
Williams, Kolloek. Harris Woodie
Ncwtonville. T (i Wallace Ben
nettsville. G F Webster. McColl.
I J W Williams B mnettsvillo, W
G Whittinton, Brownsville. J B
('lass C No ?i Mary Biddle,
Kolloek. Maria A. Billiard, Brown
sville. Nancy Bundy. Amada
P Carler, Bennettsville. Ellen
Crowley, Bennettsville. Mary Ann
Dunn, Brightsville. Nancy English
Bingham. Jophena Hyatt Bennett
Mary .Jane 1 hitcher. Kolloek.
Martha Johnson, Brightsville.
Fercby Locklicr, McColl. Mary
Jane Odam; Bennettsville. Eiizn
beth Paid. Kolloek. Venetia Quick
Brighlsvilie. Sarah Sweat Kolloid;
(lass C NO I - Margaret Animons
Dunbar. Julia A Animons Donaho
M urning Bottom, Drakes. Lo very
Brigman, Brightsville. Ellen J
Bennett, Kolloek. Laura Brigman
Kolloek. Sbphic Brigman Kolloide.
C.ir< ?lino Barrington. 1 Irightsv i Ile.
Annie Jane Calder, Calder. Car
(dine Calder Elizabeth Cahier,
Ncwtonville. Mary Chavis, Bright
sville, Lucy J Chavis Kolloek.
Mary Ann Chavis Kolloek. Mi"
Perry Chavis. Adeline Driggers,
Cli ) Mary IO Fowler, I>.\ors Hill.
Sarah Jane Eraser, Tatum, han mn
(?linn, Bennettsville. Marion G rn,)
Brownsville. Uobcccn Hays Bleu
heirn. Edy 11 arve). Bright ?ville.
Auldana I logan, NewlOllville,
O.ilhorine Hodge, Blenheim.
Chirisey C Jackson Martha John
son, Bennettsville. S A Johnson,
BrightsvilleKitsey Korney, Drake
Maryjane Knight, Bennettsville.
Mary McQitttgo Bonnettsville
Emmeline Milos, Brownsville,
.lane McColl, Clio. Josephine
Murdock, Bennettsville, Caroline
McKenzie, Ncwtonville. Elizabeth
Norton, CliO Martha Melton, Kol
loek. L M Norton, McColl. Patsoy
Perkins, McColl. Elizabeth Park
er, Bonnettsville. Bal 1 i O Pearson,
Blenheim. MA Rogers, Bennett
sville. M li Staekhouse, Bennett
svillo. Eliza Ann Stevens, Bennctt
svillo. Mary Ann Swott. Kebecca
Sweat, Clio. Lessio Ann Summer
ford, Brownsville. Edith Coward
Rainwater. Elizabeth Rainwater,
Kollock. I) A Tart, Bennettsvillo.
Sarah Turner, Bennettsvillo. Annie
Trawick, Drakes. Nancy Wynn,
Red Hill. Lucy Ann Quick, Rid
Bluff. Elizabeth H White.
Class A gets SOC; class B $72;
class C, No. 1 $48; class C, No. 2
$21.20; class C, No. 3 $48; class C,
No. 4 $21.20.
The money is now in the hands
of the clerk of court for distribu
Candidate? card* arc published from
date of insertion till the election for
five dollar?, cash in advance.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for reappointment to thc ollice
of County auditor, subject to thc ac
tion of the Democratic primary.
A-1) J P Campbell.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for Sherill of Marlboro County
subject to the results of the Demo
A-D W V Hogers.
I am a candidate for thc ollice of
Sherill' of Marlboro county, subject to
thc rules and result of the approach
ing Democratic primarv.
A-D K .1 Woodley.
1 hereby announce myself a candi
date for the otlice of County Supervi
sor, subject to the action of the Dem
A-D ED Graham
TR KA SU KIO H
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for CoUiity Treasurer, subject to
the act ion of the Democratic primary.
A-D C W Crosland.*
CLERK OK COURT
I hereby announce myself a candi
, date for ( 'Icrk of ( lou rt, subject to the ,
! action of the Democratic primary.
A-D John ll Tilomas.
. \-11 joni v II auici'.
l hereby announce myself a candi
date for re-election to tho ollice ol*
C \ riv of Court, subject tb thc Demo
A-D j A Drake.
Notice of Court.
Notice is .hereby given thai I he
court ol' general sessions lor the
county ol' Marlboro will convene
in lite court house ni Imnnetisvil'e.
on Monday, May bs, ?it io n. in.
Jurors, witnesses and others intcr
e.-ded will go Ve rn themselves :ic
J. A. Drake,
DQ-?I3 A. D. Clerk.
Sinte of South Carolin:'.
( 'Omi ty of Mu ri boro,
I H ( "ouri of Common I 'lons
William M. fi ii i ti n as admini
stra t.oi ol' i ho personal ?state of
John \V. ( 5(iyin<jton, deceased.
Cl ni n tiff,
Doctor I). MeNair-.Defendant.
sr M Mt i Ns KOI; K K LI wv
T< ? TM M DIW?ND? NT. Doctor
D. M. Nair:
YOI ' A h'IC II ER h) BY SUM
M?NIvpjiind required lo answer
linio complain! in this action,
wliieh luis boon tiled in Ibo ollice
of Hie ( Merk of the Cou ri of coin
mon pleas, in and lor tho said
County, mid lp servo a copy bf
your answer to (ho said com
pla lilli "ii I li?' subscribers hi I heir
ollice, in ibo Town of I fennel t s
ville, within twenty days aller
tho service hereof; exclusive ol'
tho (lay of such service; and il
you fail lo answer Ibo com pl ai ni
Within Hie Ump aforesaid, (ho
plaintiff in this action will apply
1.0 tho ( 'our! for tho relief tlc
manded in tho complaint.
TO TH Vi DEFENDANT, DOC
TOR D. McNair:
T A Iv IO NOTICE, thal Hie sum
mons ami complain! in the above
entitled action have been tiled in
tho oliiee of the ("lerk ol' tho
( !ourl ol' ( 'ommoll I Meas, in and
for Hie County anti Statu afore
Met'oil. McColl, ?v LoGraiid,
Attornoys for the ola'
May. 2nd, A. D. 1
ll I S
A good many things wc arc going to move this week. Not just to
get rid of them, but to give our trade a chance to make thei purses
go twice as far as they should and the offerings are not odds and
ends nor old stuff, but the very cream of high-class merchandise.
A beautiful lot (if of very fine .Swiss
l'louncings. "No bands to match
these," at just 1-2 their original price.
1 lot that costs us 25e yd to go at 12 l-2c
1 lot that costs us 30c y ?I to go at ISc
1 lot that costs us 40c yd to go nt 20c
1 lot that costs us 50c yd togo at 25c
1 lot that costs us 60c yd to go nt 20c
One lot Fxtrn Heavy Hamburgs, good
values at 15c yd. Now going nt 10c.
40c now 25c
1 lot of soft goods, sold for 35c, now 20c
1 lot soft goods, sold for 25c. now 15c
1 lot soft goods, sold for 20c, now 12 l-2c
44 inch very sheer and pretty, white
lingiish lawns, worth 20c, this week
12 l-2v. 44 inch lawn better quality
than above, 15c.
1-3 ORIGINAL COST
3 doz men's undershirts. Some of these
RE SOLVE O
r*, - i -r p ? . M To TM F~
j . < ; ciGNE A Ni? E A Pl-cr
AFTER THE BE ST HAVE
'5&&<&?^ BEEN PICKED OVER AND
T^^f^^ THE ??5TTH/NGS ARE
AL.JL?0<\COME. COME NOW.
"'..7 BUSTER BROWN!
THERE ARE MANY WHO WAIT UNTIL THE
SKASOH' S STOCK \S PICKED OVER . THINKING
TH L'Y WILL GET THEIR GooD.5 CHEAPER. So
THEY WILL. BUT THEY WILL GET CHEAPER
GOODES. TH E BE,5T THINGS WILL BE GONE. THEY
GO BECAUSE THEY ARE bKST. IT \S THE UN
DESIRABLE THINGS THAT Do NOT ?ELL, ?O
IL YOW LIKE CRKAM BETTER THAN SKIMMED
MILK. COME To OUR ?TORE WHILE OUR
?PRING LING IS U N S KI M M E D.
White ?nd fane)*. Some of tin- lu st
ever shown lure, in all colhrsi for Italics
.md children. 'fliese ar? goori, new
things. At from ^U25ib ^?.spi
LOW Lv! ?ES FOR WOMEN
'Hie Om en (h'.alilv make is thc ill ike
we liritv on. So ?le their weiirers, In
bl.iek, l'ai, Kid ind Taus. >.'..M> to >l.oo
THIN DRESS CiOODS
1 lot of illili tlnff\ dies, goods, sold for
in l,is!c thread and some in'^silk and
Lisle. They cost hom SI.OD to ?2.00
cub. Wc will sell these Ibis; week at
just 50c each.
BARE FOOT S AM) A LS
These ni'?, very soft ami fu sible in all
sizes from smallest hally's to ladies'
size: Pron i 65? to Si.5.s in price.
RED, TAN, WHITE
Little slippers for children, all sizes.
All colors of Itoslerv to match.
Better save that 25 per cent, on a. suit
of clothes this week.