Newspaper Page Text
i ENNETTSVILL/E, S, O.
DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO.,
Odom's little boy, Herbert,
i y Coxo is spending a fow
Colino Weatherly went to
rigs Sanders of Darlington
Woodie of Latta was hore
1 relatives last week.
Hichbourg was among the'
herc last Wednesday.
Joxe was in town Friday
o thc Advocate a call.
look Breeden left Friday
y for Jackson Springs.
Louise Moore is visiting
thcr in Charlotte this week.
Vera Satterwhitc of Sum
isiting friends tit Blenheim.
Alice McMillan, of Marion
,ucst of Mrs. ll B Thomas.
Welling of Darlington has
isiting her son, 1 T Weih
j. F Mcllac, Jr., Of Jackson
visiting his father, T F
; Philmore of Belleville, 111.,
>ing at tho home of Kev. C
-^Mauler of Dillon was in town
^ook, visiting his sister, Mrs.
. and Mrs. A .1 Bowe have
to Blowing Hock to spend
v Breeden and family left
rday to spend two weeks at
s. E E Shooter and children
imborton are visiting at the
, of J C Dees.
;?; ,lV V , p and Ahm*
ot' v\ ilmii ?U ar?- > ?j
Fred Da\ id.
y to mend so? or d ilii ri at
rs. John B Graham and ciiu
of Hallsville aro visiting rol
es in this county.
>hn Barnes, from High Point,
rc he has a position, is visit
jh S Allen, salesman at Tillman
?., is spending a ten days vaca
with relatives at Dillon.
.ed McLaurin carno homo Fri
from South Dakota, where ho
>ecn spending several months.
iss Mary Gilmer Weatherly
siting her grandmother, Mrs.
i McArthur, at St. Pauls, X.
apt. D C Bate is at Chica
iga, at the encampment of the
. regiment, of which ho is rilli:
Irs. dames X Drake, Mrs. W
Crosland, Misses Lulu Crosland
May Weatherly are at Hen
s?sses Florrie and May Stubbs
L Saturday foi" Kingstroc where
.y aro to spend a couple ol'
oks with friends and relatives.
Edward Mciver of Cheraw was
^e Friday holding a referee's
iirt in the case of W A and B I)
)gers against A J Matheson.
After two week's of good work
0 county summer school, con
ictcd by Mr. McKittrick and
iss Carmichael came to a close
i* i day. 'Hie total enrollment was
j. Miss Vera Wood, of Union,
bo has been been visiting friends
id relatives in our county, passed
rough the city Friday morning
1 her way home.
Frank Gibson, quarter master
the United States navy, came
iwn from Boston last week to
tond a few days with his father,
li Gibson. This is his first trip
mic in fifteen months.
H W and J T Carroll returned
onday from a week's trip in J
's automobile to their old home
eastern North Carolina. Besides
io trip there and back they rode
ivoral hundred miles going a
Hind among their relatives in
Miss Salli? CftrlislolS^1
a house party at Asheville.v^
Miss Rosa McCracken of Aikens,
is visiting Mrs. A S Townsend.
MrS. Throdp Crosland is spend
ing some time at Hendersonvillo.
Mrs. W S Mowry and children
aro at Hendersonvillo for tho sum
H Thomas Edens of Sumter was
in Marlboro with his auto last
Mrs. Bessie Richardson of Balti
more is visiting Mrs. R L Kirk
Thos. C. Weatherly, who has
been sick for moro than a week, is
Misses Mary and Martha New
ton aro spending some time at
Miss Annie Culbrcath of Ked
Springs, is visiting at thc home of
Mr. and Mrs. II H Newton Jr.,
arc visiting Mrs. Newton's rela
Misses Sara and Lyl Crosland
returned Thursday night from
Jackson Spi ings.
Miss Bessie Eason has been
visiting Miss Earline Cox. at Red
Springs, this week.
Mr and Mrs. Theodore LBreed
en, of Lester, we.it tu Waynes
Mrs Suo Hardin left Wednes
day for York vii le, where she is
visiting friends and relatives.
Misses Persis Eastcrling and
Christine Mitchell went tu Tatum
Wednesday to visit relatives.
Miss Bennie Moore, of McColl,
is spending awhile in tho city with
her cousin, Miss Ruth Moore.
Mts. Kate Donaldson and daugh
ters, Misses Bessie and Annie, of
Dillon, have beeil visiting Mrs D
Miss dennie Ervin has returned
to Bennettsvi Ile from Florida,
wh re she has been spending Some
time with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. John L Breeden,
of Lester, left yesterday for Hen
dersonvillc, where they will spend
part ol the Summer.
McColl Weeinea?' ....
day with Miss > ?e. j
from a visit to i
Daniel Spears, colored,
wanted at McColl for break in,,
lo a house, was captured her?
Monday. Constable Hays came
after him OH thc evening train,
Capt. W W Wannamakcr and
family came up from Orangeburg
in an automobile last week lo visit
Mrs. Wannamaker's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A ,1 Matheson.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. F Breeden
are expected home today from
Morganton, N. C., where they have
hoon visiting Mrs. Brecden's rein,1
lives. They went in an automobile.
Col. Knox Livingston has re
turned home I rom Chick Springs
and Greenville, where he visited
his daughter, Mrs. ll J llaynes
J R Mckittrick, who has been
in charge of the teachers institute
here, left Monday for Fork Shoals,
Greenville county, where he will
have charge of a high school next
A number of people from Ben
netts ville will probably attend the
big farmers meeting at Hurtsville
n o x t Tuesday. Distil.guished
speakers will bo thon> from Clem
son college and Washington.
Thomas B Fraser and family
expect to leave today to spend ten
days at Carolina Beach. This will
be the first trip ol' Mrs. Fraser
and the children outside of this
county, and they will no doubt
greatly enjoy the outing.
The B. and C. ami the Seaboard
will run an excursion to Ports
mouth und Norfolk next Tuesday
evening, Aug. -1. Tho fare for the
round trip will be only $4.75 from
all points on thc B. und C. and
?4.25 from Kollock, Train leaves
Drake 5 P. M., Bennettsville 7:50,
Kollock 10:50; arrives Portsmouth
10:40 Wednesday morning. Re
turning, leave Portsmouth 8 P.
M. Thursday? arrives Bonncttsville
ft wns cou
ll of Char
nil mill hore
wiw... writhe McCall returned
Tuesday night from Hartsvillo,
whero she has boen visiting Miss
May White. Her friend, Miss
Xina Womack, who wont with her
to Hartsvillo, returned from there
to her homo tn Kentucky.
Tho following wore baptized et
the Baptist church Sunday night:
Mr. and Mrs. Treeco, Misses Myr
tle Troceo, Lucy Lewis, Mona
Hughes, Bessio Cottingham and
Katie Hogers; Carl Howe, Norman
Powers and E II Hogers. The fol
lowing aro yet tobe baptized: Mrs.
Alma Powers, Misses Ila and Sal
lie Wright and Beulah Jackson.
Mrs. Hattie Pack was received by
letter from Tindal, S. C.
Coroner George N McCall who :
has been quite siek for several
weeks, is rapidly recovering. Ile
was out on tho streets yesterday
and says ho wants the people of tho ,
county to know that ho is by no
moans dead, and will bo with the '
boys in the campaign and run the
race to the finish, no matter how
many entries there aro.
Frank Barr, tho negro who kill- i
ed Oliver Edwards here a few days i
ago, has not yet been captured. A
telegram was received last week
from Matthews, N. C., saying that
Ban- could bo had, but tho author
ities here 'nave not been able to 1
gftt any further information, al
though they have wired and writ- i
WEEK'S NEWS AT CLIO
Politeness of Candidates should '
be Practiced in Daily Life j
Clio, duly 27.-Miss Lena Pate ?
is with relatives tit Howland this i
Mrs. K B Monroe spent Thurs- |
day with the family of Mr. Willis \
Turlington in Bennett1'ville. i
Dr. BK McLeod is at Glonn I
Springs resting and regaining his
Loni til injured by over work. i
Hon. .1 E Ellorbo spent Thurs- >
day night with friends in town re- i
pairing his congressional fences. t
* "M ' 1 H Al..!.,,,
South Dakota, LOOK dinner with
tho family of his grand father, .las.
.Getto on Saturday and went
Mer Marion section to
11 Manning, of
'illy of Dr.
and was an. c
here Sunday alt?
Miss Mary (?allowa. is
ville is spending some da.\.. ,cas
antly with tho family of her ,
brother, UL Galloway.
Friday was candidates day here
when thc candidates for congress
addressed tho voters of this sec- \
lion who are to decide upon their
merits or demerits. A good .nutU* '
ber of county candidates were
present, and many friendly greet- ;
Lugs were enjoy eil. lt is nice to ?
meet these friendly gentlemen who
arc so solicitous ol our welfare.
If these friendly interests and
greetings could be kept up in our <
every day lives, practiced toward
each other, our social lives would
bo greatly improved, lt was a (
pleasure to soo so many of Ben- <
nettsvillc's good citizens among ?
us. Very strict attention was paid
by thc audience who gave quiet at- <
tention a-nd little demonstration as ?
standing upon the ground there
was nothing to demonstrate on.
July 20.-The melon truckers ?
arc closing out their supplies this
wook and from present appearan
ces will forego cantaloupe raising
for tho northern market.
Miss Anna Stubbs, one of the :
cllicient clerks in tho furnishing
store of A L Calhoun, Jr., reburu
ed to her home in Sumter Monday
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kilpatrick
went to Lynchburg la?t Wednes
day their former home. Mrs. KU?
patrick remained in Sumter for a
while. Mr. Kilpatrick is at his
Mr. D S Kozler, of Columbia,
is in town visiting his little moth
orless daughter, Effie, at the home
of D PMcLaurin, Esq.
Miss Myrtle Ivcy is at homo a
gain after spending a week pleas
antly with friends at McColl.
Mrs. Jas. H Stanton is at home
?gain having been with friends at
Lynchburg, Sumter and Rose
Mr. John R Wilkes an octoge
narian has returned from Charles
ton where his eyes were treated
for cataract much to his bonolit.
Mr. Fred R Eisenmann super
intendent of the Clio cotton oil
mill spent Sunday in Columbia.
Miss Martha Reedy is spending
some time with thc family of her
uncle. Dr. Howard Reedy at Row
land, N. C.
Mrs. Carl Chattiness, of Blen
heim, has beim Spending some
lays with her bereaved father and
Rev. A T Dunlap, of Hurtsville,
ivas in town with friends on Fri
lay this being one of his former
Mr. Milton Stanton, one of
?ur noted farmers, is visiting his
tv i Va's people at Rockingham, N.
Rev. John ll Graves, pastor at
Clemson college, spent last, week
tv i th tho Beulah congregation,
liol ping Rev. F ll Slutler in a pro
tracted service resulting in several
tdditions to thc church as well as
reviving the, membership of the
Mr. Neil M Carmichael is tak
ing a summer (Hiting at Montrent
uni other North Carolina pleasure
Tho little Misses Sallie and Mary
Lr race Edens, of Benncttsvillc, are
visiting Louis?' Evans and nrehav
lig quite a nico time of their own ut
ho home of Dr. C S Evans.
Mr. C M Fox worth and daugli
or Miss Eva, of Latta, have been
-pending some pleasant days wit h
.datives and friends in this sec
MM><> o, IMMIIO morison here is
/vim nj luitoniuii
Candidates card? arc published from
date of insertion till the election for
five dollars, cash in advance.
l hereby announce myself a candi
la to for reappointment to the ellice
if County auditor, subject to'tho ac
?Ion of the Democratic primary,
A-D .1 ''Campbell.
I hereby announce myself as a can
lidate for Sherill' of Marlboro County
iubjoct to thc results of tho Demo
A-I) W K Rogers.
l hereby announce myself a candi
la to for the office of sherill' ut' Marl
bro county, subject to thc rules and
regulations of the Democratic i >i i -
A h. W A lllnshaw.
I am a candidate for thc Olllco of
-iberiiiof Marlboro county, subject' to
,he rules and result of the approach
ng Democratic primary.
A-D K .1 Woodley.
f be roby announce myself a candi
late for county Troosurer, subject to
;bc action of tho Democratic primary.
A-D t ' W Crosland.
l hereby announce myself a candi
late for Treasurer of Marlboro conn
s , subject to tho action of tho Demo
?eratic primary. .1 P I '.vans A I)
1 hereby announce myself a Candi
late for thc olllce of County Supervl
5or, subject to the action of tho bon?
A-D R i) Graham,
I hereby announce, my candidacy
for reelection to t hc ellice of Supcrvi
sor of Marlboro county subject to thc.
results of the Democratic primary.
A-D frank Manning, .ir.
CL KKK OP corirr
I hereby announce, myself a candi
date for Clerk of Court,, subject to the
notion of the Democratic primary.
A-D .lohn ll Thomas.
I hcrebv announce, myself as a can
didate for Clerk of Court, subject to
thc action of the, Democratic primary.
A-D J ctr I) Kdens.
1 hereby annonce myself a can
didato for clerk of court.subjoctto the
action of thc Democratic primary.
A-D Tom C Hamer.
dfttjr flJVH H \n to tho ofllce of
Clerk oiWRPr^ibJoct to tho Dome
A?D _J A Drake.
I announce myself a candidate for
Congress from the sixth district, sub
ject to tho rules of the Democratic
A-p_P A Hodge?.
UNITED STATES SENATE
? beg to announce my candidacy for
the United States Senate in tim ap
?roaching Democratic Primary, and
respectfully solicit the support of
tho Democratic voters of the State.
A. D. R. G. Rhett.
Get my "Book No 4 For Women." It
will give weak women many valuable
suggestions of relief-ami with strictly
confidential medical advice is entirely
free. Simply write Dr. Snoop, Racine,
Wis. The hook No 4 tells all ?bout Dr.
Shoop's Night Cure ami how these
Soothing, healing antiseptic suppositor
ies can be successfully applied to correct
these weaknesses. Write for the hook.
The Night Cure is sohl by J. T. Doug
Bilious? Feel heavy after dinner?
Tongue coated? Completion Sallow.
Laver needs waking up. Donn's Regu
l?is cure bilious attacks. 25 cents at any
Arrival and Departure of Passen
ger Trains at Bcnnctlsville
All trains are daily except Sunday
unless otherwise indicated.
6.20 A. M. from McColl.
6.30A. M. (daily) from Fayetteville.
7.45 A. M. from Drake ami Blenheim.
9.45 A. M. from Kollock, Columbia,
Jacksonville, Portsmouth, Richmond,
and New York.
12.05 P. M. (daily) Sumter. Col
umbia, Ornngeburg, Wilmington, Dillon,
Charleston and Jacksonville.
12.55 1'. M. from McColl.
5.50 P. M. (daily) from Gibson.
5*00 P. M. from Drake and Blenheim.
7.5S 1'. M. (daily) from Fayetteville,
Norfolk, Richmond and New York.
9.36 V. M. from Sumter, Columbia,
Augusta. Wilmington, Dillon, Charles
ton ind Jacksonville.
9.?15 1'. .M. from Kollock, Portsmouth;
Richmond and New York.
6.t0 A. M. for Suinter, Columbia
Florence, Wilmington, Dillon and
7.50 A. M. for Kollock Richmond and
S.50 A. M. for Fayetteville, Richmond,
and New York.
12.05 P. M. for McColl.
SP, M. for Fayetteville, Richmond
and New York.
(Connection at Maxton for Wilmington.)
9.4? P. M. for Mt Coll.
9.50 P. M. for Blenheim and Drake.
(This train waits till 10.30 for Coast bine
train from Sumter. )
Don't think that piles can't he cured.
Thousands of obstinate cases have been
cured by Donn's Ointment, 50 cents at
any drug store.
REPORT OE THI
Claims Audited eu
No. claim In favor of Nature
coo .lohn Taylor rutting
Cul I, .1 Bright Collccbil
(502 Chas Grooms Road wi
003 .1 Meli Hurley Magistr
ooi VV p A .1 ? ) Breeden Sa
nor, ,). w. Bundy Mdse
60i? F (! Hollis & Co Mdse
(?01 SV I' Lester Corn
t?os .lohn C. Sanders Road w
g00 .! li Townsend' Road w
tilo DO .1 L Jordan Inquest
on .1 .1 Mannerlyn Haullni
012 .1 I' Henegan Repair
OKI ll C Townsend Linnhe
Ol 1 .1 F David Road ^
615 Mitchell McLean Road i
op'. W H Muller Co boa
on A M Fletcher Paupei
01S T 1! Frasier Hanlin
ni9 i; w HeustcHs Uaullr
9:>0 CM Pond Hauliti
121 C. N McCall Salary
?22 Amcrtous Sanders Plov
023 Frank Adams Ditchi
821 Harris Jenkins Plow!
026 Sam oakley Road
0*20 .1 I'' David Road
627 .1 L Gilbert Fd for
028J C K Teague Read
620 Richard Cain Shoei
630 F.ntorprlse Hdw Co Md
031 F M Rowe Ditch
632 John Dudley Collin
M. E. Coward,
Dug Down Telephon? Line.
Tho county is having a big ditch
dug side of the road by E W
Brecden's plantation north of town,
and in digging the ditoh the tele
phone line is being undermined
and thrown down.
Last Thursday there was a long
section of poles and wires across
tlie road, oxtonding from the north
sido of tho creok to Clarence
Broedon's. Tho telephone force
was at one end, propping up the
poles, while tho road force was
digging away at tho other.
Tho line lias been propped up
with sticks and poles, so as to al
low people to travel tho road.
Best ?he World Affords.
"It gives me unbounded pleasure to
recommend Duckten'8 Arnica Salve,"
says J W Jenkins, of Chapel Hill, N. C.
"I am convinced it's the best salve the
world affords. It cured a felon on my
thumb, and it never fails to heal every
sore,burn or wound to which it is appli
ed. 25c. at Douglas & Breeden drug
Those Who Attended
The following is a list of those
who were enrolled as attendants at
tho teacher's institute held in Ben
Misses Margaret Carter, Daisy
Carlisle, Blanche Coward, Pearl
Coward, Evelyn Rogers, Gora B
Rogers, Li/./.ic Rogers, Virgie
McLaurin, ?I Belle McRac, Eliza
beth Newton, Florrie Stubbs,
Clara Jordan, Annie Wright, Ila
Wri<rht. Messrs. M T Carlisle and
John F Dees.
Pain will depart in exactly 20 minutes
if one of Dr Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets
is taken. Pain anywhere, Remember!
Pain always means congestion, blood
pressure-nothing else. Headache is
blood pressure; toothache is blood pres
sure on thc sensitive nerve, Dr Snoops
Headache Tablets-niso called Pink Pain
Tablets quickly and safely coax this
Dlood pressure away from pain centers.
Painful periods * vi* li women }jet instant
relief. JO tablets ?Sc. Sold by J. T.
Two Daniel Spears'
Daniel Spears, tho colored brick
ayer who lives in Benneltsville,
.visiles it understood that he is not
ibo man referred to in last week's
Advocate as being arrested for
croaking in a house at McColl.
The man arrested is a mere
I] 1 :.of Petor Spears
li tickling d< >dgh .1 hr?
uah Cure ly
t Jr. ?hoop tenn liiOiiUoi s uv uo^
nothing else oven with very young
babies. Thc wholesome green
leaves and tender stems of a lung
healing mountainous shrub fur
nish tho curative properties to Dr.
Shoop's Cough Cure lt calms the
sough, and heals thc sensitive
bronchial membranes. No opium,
io chloroform, nothing harsh used
o injure or suppress. Demand
Dr. Shoop's. Take no other. J. T.
nd Ordered Paid,
ol'claim Amt claimed Amt allowed
in tiling $ 2 09 % 2 00
:tg com tax 720 7 20
ork 3 00 3 00
ate 10 41 10 41
ddli ?5 00 6 00
5 50 5 50
353 02 353 ?2
25 00 25 00
ork 9 00 9 00
ork 23 90 23 90
5 00 5 00
? ll 00 H 00
lng bridges 50 00 50 eo
tr ?tc 3 74 314
rrork ? 00 8 00
,vork 13 00 13 W>
,rd education 3 00 3 00
t C> 00 0 00
lg 18 00 18 00
lg 1 81 1 87
,g 5 24 5 24
50 00 50 00
i ing 9 00 9 00
[ng 59 64 59 04
nKr il 01 9 00
work 12 24 12 24
work 8 00 8 00
plowing 30 87 50 87
building 200 00 200 00
ng mule** 3 05 3 05
[se 14 90 14 90
inp 0 00 0 00
3 00 3 00