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BE1?NBTTSYILLB, S, 0,
BY S. A. ?BOWN & CO.
Office on Marion Street Opposite
. Friday, May 8, 1903.
Our Town Oorvemment.
MAYOR-P. A. Hodges
ALDERMEN-J. Frank Breeden, C. S.
Chaffin, A. G- Sinclair, W. W. Pato.
CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc
Laurin. Office open daily.
POLICE-H. S. Quick, G. B. Barrett
Marlboro County Officers.
SHERIFF-J. B. Green
CLERK OF CLERK-J. A. Drako t
JUDGE OF PROBATE-M. MoLaurin
CORONER-?. F. Covington
SUPERVISOR-M. E. Coward
SUPT. EDUCATION-W. L. Stanton
TREABURER-J- H. Thomas
AUDITOR-Chas. I. Sherrdl. .
S KN ATO a Chas. S. MaCall.
REPRESENTATIVES-D. D. McColl, Jr.
J. P. Bunch, Welcome Quick.
MAGISTATES-C D. Easterling, T. L.
H. L. MoLaurin, MoCoU
John A. Calhoun. Clio,
W. J. Atkinson, Blenheim,
D. D. Stubbs, Brightsville,
W. W. Irby, Smithville.
Bennettsville Church Directory.
METUODIST-A. B. Watson, P. C.
Sunday school 3 30 p. m. Preaching at
11.00 a. m. and7.00 p.m. Prayer meet
ing Wednesday evening at 7.00 o clock.
Superintendent Sunday school, Phil. A.
BAPTIST-Rev. Rufus Ford, Pastor.
Sunday school at 10.00. PreaehinR Sun
day at 11.00 a. m., and 7.00 p. m. Prayer
meeting Thursday evening at 7 o'dock.
BQpuri?t'?ndeut ?f Sunday school, H. W
PRESBYTERIAN-Bunyan McLeod Ph.
D., L'iistor. Services every Sabbath
(summer) i i ?. m. and 8 p m.; (winter)
Ila. in. ?ind 7.30 p. m- Prayor meeting
Thursday l p. m. Seats free. Strangers
cordi:-.: y invitad. Bunday school every
Sendey 10 a. m. Suporintondent, J. T.
J) ile:,1. ' parents and children mado
wi leonie u? ' 3 school.
i HIOI-AL -ROT. C. W. Boyd, Rector,
Pt.-;,. I IV ?...y second and fourth Sunday
at i J 1 J , md 7.00 p. m. Sunday
?ol. I i a. m. Dr. J. A. FaiBOn,
Bcm'.viutofi li t.
Directory of Bennettsville Lodges
CONSOLIDATED LODGE NO. 15, K. ol'
P., meets every second and fourth Mon
day nights at 7.30 o'clock.
E. Powers, C. C.
C. D. Easterling, KL. of R. & S.
MARLRORO LODGE NO. 88, meets at
Burna tlsv'iiU:. Friday sycidngi on 'iii ne?
lore ?.?ob lull moon at 8 o'-, kick*
MARLBORO CHAPTER NO. 30 R. A.
M., meets afc Bennettsville on the second
Friday of each month,
Robt Chaffin, II. P.
H, E. Stockton, Secretary.
EUREKA LODGE NO- 43, A. F. M.,
meets at McColh each Saturday after
noon, before thc full moon,at 4 o'clock.
AURORA LODGE No. 33, A. F. M.,
meets at Clio, Saturday on or after each
full moon at 3 o'clock, p. m.
J. T. Stanton, W. M.
John Parish, Secretary.
County Church Directory.
Bennettsville Circuit Appointments
BEV. J. W. ABIAILL, P. C.
First Sunday-11a.m., Pine Grove'
3 p. m., Smyrna.
Second Sunday, ll a.m. McColl.
3 p. m, Beauty Spot,
Third Sunday-ll a. m., Pine Grove,
3 p. m, Smyrna*
Fourth Sunday, ll a. m. McColl.
3 p. m. Beauty Spot.
Blenheim Circuit Appointments.
BEV. W. B. BAKER P. O.
Firflt Sunday, Hebron ll a. rn:
Ebenezer 3.30 p. m.
Second Sunday, Parnassus 11 a. m.
Bethlehem 3.30 p. rn*
Third Sunday, Hebron ll a. m.
Zion 3.30 p. m.
Fourth Sunday Parnassus ll a. m.
Bethlehem 3.30 p. m.
Clio Circuit Appointments.
BEV. A. T. DUNLAP, P. C.
Clio-Preaching every Sunday morning
at II o'clock. Epworth Longue Sun
day night at 8 o'clock. Sunday school
at 10 a. m. W. A. Hinshaw, Supt.
Prayer meeting Monday night at 8.
Beniah -Preaching every Sunday aft nt
4 o'clock. Sundny school at 3. B.
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Lumberton, N? C.
Mr. Lockie Everett of McColl
spent Sunday ia Bennetlsville
Miss Pattie Easterling of Mc
Coll spent Sunday at homo
Miss Daisy Mittle left Monday
morning for Charleston, and
other points .
Mr. Joe Strauss of Clio was in
town Tuesday the guest of Mr.
Mr. Charley Miller of Darling
ton spent a few days in our town
Mr. Arthur Knight of Rural
Delivery Inspector department
spent Sunday at home
Miss Grace David who has
been visiting relatives in Flor
ence has returned home
Mrs. R. P. Schultz who has
been, visiting her parents in Char
leston has returned home
Mr. Myrtle Meyer of Red
Springs spent Tuesday night and
part of "Wednesday in our town
Mr. Frank Breeden spent Sat
urday in Sumter and Sunday in
Hallsville visiting his daughter
Mr.-F. H. Iveyof Clio was in
town on salesday. He reports
crops improving tho past few
Mr. J. Kl Croswell of the Sum
ter Coca Cola Bottling Company
was in town Friday and made us
a pleasant call
Mr. J. T. Stanton of Beulah
section was up salesday and call
ed. He says cotton ivas looking
bettor since Saturday
Mrs. Ira Bounds and Mrs. S.
F. Powers left Wednesday to
yisit their daughters in tho coun
ty of Clarendon
Dr. J. A Faison and Mr. T. L.
Webster went to Columbia Mon
day morning as delegates to the
Mr. D. P. McQuaige, of Heb
ron, dropped in to see us Wed
nesday. The hail was very light
in his section
Miss Luna McDaniel of Beauty
Spot came homo with her cousin
Miss Lena Powers on Saturday
and is spending the week with
Mr. Eldon Hamer of Tatum
was in town salesday and made
us a pleasant call. He says cot
ton is doing fairly well in his
Mr. Clifton Mcokins who has
been taking a course at Oak
Ridge Institute has returned
homo to take a position with W.
Mr. George W. Bullard of
Brightsville was down salesday
and called. Crops are looking
well in his section and corn has
been plowed once
( Mr. h D.".Ivoy of Clio was u,p
TnoKclay prospcct.nig for a dwell
JI hg; Ho sn;ys, ibero .yas'Xr?ry ItUloj
rain Monday afternoon, bul ?\i?\
hail was us large an bird ?ggs.
Mr. JU. A. wascoe 01 inc liing
ham section was up salosday. He
has suspended his mill business
for thc present and wauts to sell
to some one who has timber to
Mr. J, C. McRae a staunch
farmer of Clio section was up
salesday and called. Ho says thc
crops have improved since Sat
urday 50 per cent He was very
blue the first of last week
Mr. Thomas Fraser of Hebron
spent several days last week in
Sumter among the Marlboro boys
now living there. He says Marl
boro crop prospects are far
i ahead, and that the oat crop is
almost a failure.
Lost or Slolsn.
On the eveuing of tho 28th Mr.
Thomas Fraser lost or had stolen
from his buggy a large black bug
gy robe, which ho prized very
much. He lost the same in tl o
lot in rear of Mr. C. S. McCall's
store, and will bo thankful for any
information that will lead to its
This May Bo Your Opportunity.
Why not try Lifo Insurance ns your
vocation ? You cnn secure a most at
tractive contract, on n commission ba
sis, with one of thc largest Life Insu
rance companies in the world. This
territory is being thoroughly organized
and application for au agency should
be addressed wimont delay to
J. H. Br?ning, Geu'l Agent,
Charleston, S. C.
Aurora Lodge, No 33, A. F. M.
will meet at Clio on Saturday May
16th at 9 a. m., instead of 3 p. m.
Thc brethreu will piense take
notice aud govern themselves ac
J. T. Stauton, W. M.
-. 4? .
Card o? Thanks,
Wc return thanks to our friends
one and all, both white and color
ed, for their valuable assistance
during the fire on the afternoon
of April tho 28th.
W. W. Pate & Family.
May 2nd 1903.
Judge Klugh lias decided that
telephone companies have thc
right to refuse service to houses
where there is danger of such ser
vice being detrimental to thc in
terests of the company.
Frosts in Ohio, Indiana, Ken
tucky and West Virginia killed
all fruits and damaged some crops
TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS.
- Full moon on the 11th
-: Masons meei to-night
- Tatum will emtertaiu the
crowd next Thursday and Friday
CS?"" Remember Ralph Bing
ham next Thursday night
- The road machines are doing
some flue work on the streets of
- The addition of seven new
convicts has increased the chain
gang to 19.
- For the first time the new
Jail was empty for a few hours
on Tuesday ' \
The Iris is the correct belt on
ly to be had. at Mittle's store.
- Overcoats and straw hats
were badly mixed last Friday
Jd?*" For pretty dress goods nt
correct prices go to Mittle's store.
- Special attention is asked
to .10 ?lection in Red Bluff
School District No 4
- Remember the educational
rally to morrow of teachers, trus
tees and all interested
The Iris is the correct belt
only to be had at Mittle's store.
- There was a small turn out
salesday and most of those in at
tendance had business in Court
- One who has tried it says a
strong tea of cedar twigs will
kill or drive away potato bugs
- Until further notice tho Co.
Supt of Educat ion will be in his
office on Saturdays and first Mon
?-Peas and amber cane mixed
make a fine forage planted to
gether. Oar farmers can't have
too much forage
- The cool weather has tho
credit of keeping off the potato
bugs, and many of our early gar
deners ave eating potatoes now
- Sam Watkins the murderer,
was taken to State penitentiary
Tuesday morning to serve a life
sentence Houston Thomas, was
also taken back to complete his
sentence for house breaking and
Roval Baking Powders at
W. M. Rowe's.
??T* Just received a new lot of
good iresh len 50c to $1.00 per lb al
Wi i\I Ivuw?'a.
KOTICE-1 IIA VE REMOVED MY
OFFICE TO TUE ROOMS OVER THE
"PLANTERS NATIONAL BANK."
H. H. NEWTON.
Sept 1, 1U02.
HW If you want a good smoko
try a Cubanola Cigar for sale at
W. M. Rowe's.
f?" Pipes and Smokers Supplies in
endless variety ?un bo lound at J. T
Douglas X; Uro.
Use nothing but Heinz pure
white wine and cider vinegar lor
sale by W. M. Rowe.
Wants toco Again.
Capt Joliu Bristow, the bulcher
begs us to call tbe attention of his
friends aud customers to the fact
that he wants to attend the re
unions and to do so must ask for a
settlement of all claims due him.
Last year a number responded but
a number did not. Ile earnestly
asks that all will come up now
and not disappoint him.
The time for tho early closing
of our business houses has come
again and our county friends are
reminded that they must get in
before 7 to secure prompt service.
Another Hall Storm.
Our county was visited on Mon
day afternoon with another storm
of rain and hail, lt came from tho
northeast and passed over Tatum,
McColl, Clio, Judson and on to
Dillon. It got worse as it wont
and was very destructivo in Flor
ence and Beaufort counties.
Not chea]) goods but good
gooda at Mittle's store.
A complete line of Armours
Canned meats at W. M. Rowe's
JO??" Oclngon Sonp only ?3.70 per
case at W. M. Howe's.
Nearly Forfeits His Life.
A runaway almost ending fatally, started
a horrible ulcer on tho leg of J. 11. Onur,
Frinklin Grovo, III. For four years it de
fied fill doctors and nil remedies. Rut
Aucklen'8 Arnica Salvo lind no troublo to
euro him. J?qally goad for Burns, Bruises
Skiu Eruptions nud Piles. 25c at J. T.
Douglas ifc Bro Drug Storo.
Wauled n Tra voling Salesman
To work retail (rade in ibis anil four
adjoining counties. (Jood (salary ami per
tnuncnt position to right man. Address
willi references, hock Box 1(57, Bedford
Tried To Conceal lt.
li's the old story ol murder will out"
only in this case there's no crime.
A woman leels run clown, has hack
ache or dyspepsia ami thanks it's noth.
ing and tries to hide it until she linally
breaks down. Don't deceive yourself.
Take Klectric Bitters at once, fl has a
reputation for curing Stomach, Liver
and Kidney troubles and will revivify
your whole system. The worst lorms of
those maladies will quickly yield lo the
curative power ol Electric Bitters. Unly
50c, and guaranteed by Druggist,
I Attorney at Law and
Oflloo in Court Howse.
W. Al. Fi?iv?'
Prayer meeting at Prcebyterina church
Thursday af tornooa at 4 p. ur.
Thora will bo no preaching at the Bap
tist church next Sunday QB Mr. Ferd will
bo absent at Savannah.
Rev. C. "W. Boyd will conduct ser
vices at St. Paul's Episc?.*???! Church
next Sunday morning and Ui?ht.
Tho stewards aud trustees of Blenheim '.
havo dooided to buy a lot and build n
homo for their preacher in Bennottevillo.
There will bo no preaobing at tho Pres
byterian church next Suuduy morning at
Dr. MoLood ia ono of a commission ap
pointed by Proabytory to install Bov. H.H.
Dixon at MoOoll. Thora will bo evening (
eorvico at 8 p. m. AU aro iuvitod.
The hour for evening services at tho !
churches is now 8.00 o'clock.
Prayer meeting at tho Bnplist church j
ovory Thursday oveuiug nt 8.00.
Prayer meeting at tho Methodist church
ovory Wednesday at 8.00 p. m.
Tho hour for Sunday School at tho j
Methodist church baa been changed to,
4 00 o'clock in thc afternoon.
MARION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS.
SEcoNd BOUHO-F.. r. TAYLOR, P. E.
Clio aud Beulah, at Bcultth April 25,26
OennottBvillo ct, McCol), May 2,3
MoCol) & BonneLtBvilto Mill?,
Borea, 4 pm. Moy 3,
North Marlboro, Shiloh, May 16,17
Brightavillo, Bethel, 4 p. m. " 17,18
Bcnncttsvillo Sta, (night) " 22,24
Blenheim ot, Ebenezer, " 23,24
A full line of ll. J. Heinz's Co.
Pickles Preserves, Ketchups, Sau
ces, Jellies eec. at
W. M. Rowe's.
Letters addressed to tho following named
dcrBOns remain uncalled for at tho post
of?co in Bounottsville :
S A Wadkins. James Sanders. Ranw
dolph Montague, Canie Rease, Rev. A.
D: Novell. J D Reese, J D Harris, W M
Horn, S E Hatchet!, L. B. Edwards,
Louis Evans, j j Dunlap. W II Turner,
Fi B Townsend, Cassie Salmon. Sandy
McEeachern, lohn Henry, Jogie Mc
Collum, A ? Caites, J J (Jrouit. Harry
Mrs F E Stewart, Allie Sanders. Sa
rah Stubbs, Mrs Hettie Jones, Carrie
Muloy, Blanche Ratchff, Lucy Uobyers,
Adline Green, Addie McAricl.
It is exceptional to find a tamily
where there arc no domestic ruptures
occasionally, but there can bc lessened
by having for. Ring's New Lile Pills
around, .Much trouble they save by
their great work in Stomach and Liver
troubles. They not only relieve you, but
cure. 25c, at Drug Store.
Thc Democrat and Hie Semi
weekly Atlanta Journal one year
The Dc til ?cra t anti McO:ilJ's'
Aliii^azuHj-tin excellent . Jatulv*w
erat lor only ?1.50
- - ?<.-.?
Don't You Lovo Flowers-/
It so, and you want sonic pretty
pots of all sizes in which to place
them, call at tho Hardware store
and you can he suited.
'BARRED PLYMOUTH ROOKS,
Arc thc Farmer's Favorite, Tho Poultry
man's Choice-in fact they arc tho
Pride of thc Poultry World !
Why not raise Thoroughbred Fowls in
stead of Scrub:;? I can nell you choice
Eggs from genuine thoroughbred B. I?. R's
of the co'.nbratcd "Hawkins," "Miles'' and
?'Vaudebilt" strains, and remember that it
is just aa easy to raise a io lb. Plymouth
Hock aB it is a buoy Bantam or a Frizzly
Scrub. $1 for Sctiing of 15 Egija.
$1 75 for two settings 30 eggs.
E. C. NEWTON, Tatum, S. C.
Eiodoi Dyspepsia ?wire
Digests what you oat?
tata ^doattgeg - -? wa a nearea 1 ? 1 .VT* J". ?
WARNING NOTUCK !
ALL persons arc hereby warned not to
tros pins on any of my lauda in Marl
boro county, either by walking, ri.ling,
hauling, hunting fi-jhing or otherwise.
Api i if,o3 A. V. MOORE.
frumm COAST UNE P,AIIJ:OAD
6 UND H NS ED S CHED UL E.
TRAINS GOING SOUTH.
. 3*> 2:1 53 51
* * * *
A.M. P.M. A.M.
Lc Florence ?, 25 7 .Vr> 0 Al
Le King-areo tl 07 11 Of
Ar Innes 4:53 0 27 P.M. Il 2f
Le Lines 4 63 0 27 7-12 11 l>(
Ar Charleston 6 00 II 1 -*> ?J 20 IK
A M. P.M. P M. P.M
TRAINS GOING NORTH.
j I-e Cha rles! ou 7 00
I Ar Lanes s ?ll
Le L-i nos S .'51
Lo Kingtree S 17
Ar Florence '.) I;")
32 52 ;")()
* * *
P.M. A.M. P.M
5 20 li (IO .! 2
f. 45 8 15 Ci 0
I -. 45 fi 0
7 fifi 7 -I
PM. A.M. P.M
BCodoi ?tyspopsia Curl
Digests what you oatt
A Marvelous Invention.
Wonders never cesse. A machine
has been invented that will cut, paste
and hang wall .paper. The field of in
ventions and discoveries seems to be
unlimited. Notable among great discov
eries is Dr. King's New Discovery lor
Consumption. It has done a world oi
good for weak lungs and saved many
a lite. Thousand have used it and con*
quered Grip, Bronchitis' Pneumonia,
and Consumption. Their general ver
dict is: " It's the best and most relia
ble medicine for throat and lung troub
les* Every 50c and $i 00 bottle is guar?
atiteed by J. T- Douglas & Bro. drug
gist. Trial bottles tree.
v rm W?i PjnOVIiJU'B WHBKLY,
Li you want your boy or girl to havo a
[food paper foi* their own reading give
thein ttie "Veting People's Weekly'' tho
leudiiju young people's paper of America
eotilaiuing cooli week from 8 to 12 pages
solid food for young mimi*'. Subscribers
to lite Lb inoitATeun have it sent lo any
uddrcis for 25 ats. Remember thc prico
ol' the two p ip. rs is only $1.25.
F OJ* SALE !
'[WO FINE JERSEY COWS,
.* willi li rs 6 calf. They are
beauties. I rice $40 each.'
O. F. MOORE.
v> (tit'1 ! iir good wagoo MULES.
\t^?? Work anywhere. Price reason
ittfcw/ri abl< , "or cash or on time or on
dbi io right purtles,
each li?, I. P. 0. Emanuel.
Beaver Dam Cemetery.
The annual meeting of the
Beaver Dam Cemetery Association
will bo held at tho Cemetery at
10 o'clock a. m.. May 6, 1903. AU
persons interested aro requested
to bo preaeut.
Ask W. M. Eowe about it.
To prevent disorder in the Town
of Bennettsville and prescribe
the X)tinialiment :
Bo it Ordained by tho Mayor and Aldo.*
men of tho Town of Bennottsvillo in Coun
cil assembled and by authority of sumo,
That tho following section bo added to
an Ordinauce, entitled ns above, approved
aud ratified in Council tho 6th day of
"That any person or pcrsonB violating
tho ubovo entitled Ordinance in any of its
provisions, upon conviction, shall bo Coed
n.t less than Two Dollars, or imprisoned
not less thau io daps.
Dono and ratified thia 13th day of Feb
ruary A. D, 1903.
P, A. HODGES, Mayor.
I -i the Utile buds appear,
? I Hie birds begin to sing,
Io's ime lo gel from winier wear
1 io Hie garb of spring,
' lovely spring and summer Qurbs,
Oj avery hind and, hues
You -viii ?nd. in styles galore
. h G. B. CROSLJIND'S STORE
O') ?a tulles, Lawns and Mouslines,
'ste's, Zephyrs or Malls,
. bul Ahcv goods for spring suits
Tho b give satisfaction to all.
'/'/.-. I ^yoi-jii FJ)j'f-if,rt pnintnt
ls a, pretty sprit, ?I bon uc l,
Or a JJ ai.jj the latest sit;,',-.
Trimmed i?iim flower? or fruits.
Jfi fias des, Col tars ana Hows,
EL TS, HIB li ONS AED HOSE,
ll. '<i, iidkei'chiefs i*ieh and rare,
: '?Hi lovely Ornaments for thc hair.
He has Shoes to fit all fezt,
i Gaiters, Ties or Button Boots,
ih&pcs a.nd styles trim and- n cal
. lt prices that defy all deceit.
have not time lo I ell you, more,
' onie al once lo C rostan (Vs store,
II '.ere any article yon may waul
? an be had at-bottom prices.
Gome One, Come All
'ring you for paul patronage and soliciting same for
Ss B. CROSLAND 00s
BENNETTS VILLE, S. 0.
: I Amendment
k/ti i of Supply Ordinance
ii i plies for year ending
is amended so :is to
Il I ION That any person Sfillin^
ale ii ny Irosli meats, mut *
!', j goat or li.-li L/
lit in the corporate liiuua
tlii ii' BchiiolUvillc, (except
irkct IIouso Wiall.-) shall
!o per annum before offer
Any person violating
ll ho lined five dollars lor
>r be imprisoned nm inore
at discretion ol' M ?yor or
.. same. Thia Oidmauec
ti) persons selling not lo^.s
.an lari ol' beef, mutton, polk or
! ... .
15j i ! I i Df tlio coined
Mn .* MOLAURIN, Cleric,
One Year Each, only 50c
c :<LY TIMES.
HIGH MOND, VA.,
Only 50 Couts ? Year,
hides absolutely free
. X MONTHLY, Kew York,
ou RN Al., Philadelphia.
ie ?iai?'j anil Sunday Times,
. rm Journal and Paragon
.V only $j per year.
1 ?t ?j M.. i er month Ly mail.
T? M TIMES.
To Prevent leaving or Putting
on streets, pm lie square and
ways of the town of Bennetts
ville any machinery; agricul
tural implements, paper or
rubbish of any kind.
Bo il Oidniucd by tho M ny or and Al
dermen of tiie town of Benuct'.svill-.', in
council assembled, and by autboiitj- of ibo
KIIHC : That any person, finn or corpb: li
tton who shall or may niter this dute throw
convoy or leave on thc streets, publie ?cpi.'irc
mid wnys of tho Town of Bcunctttvillo
machinery, ngricultund implements, lujr
gicH, wagons of tiny kind, paper or nibbelt
and trash of any and every kind, shall be
deemed guilty of n misdemeanor mid upon
conviction shall be fined not less thnu Two
?or more thnu One Ilundrod Pollars, or bo
imprisoned not less thnu fivo days or more
than 30 days.
Dono and ratified in Council thc 13th day
i.f February A. D., 1903.
P. A. HODGES, Mnyor.
NOTICE TO CREDITO IIS,
TUE ESTATE OP M. A. J. MOORE.
LL pei sons having claims against tho
Instate ol'M. A. J, Mooro deceased,
will present ihe Fame duly attested within
tho time required by law, and all persons
indebted to Minio will please arrange ibo
Miine at oneo,
Mrs ALICE MOORE,
?IA?. 1). MOORKj
J. A. MOORE,
mell P, I903i Qualified ExecuiOMi
Ono WOB palo and sallow and tho other
sre8h and rosy. Whence tho difforonoe?
She who ?B blushing with health usos Dr.
King's New Lifo Pills to maintain it. By
gontly arousing tho lazy otgans they oom
pol good digestion and bead off constipa
tion. Try thom. Only 2 scouts, at J. T,
Douglas & Bro Druggist.
Bettor Than Gold.
.'I waa troubled for BO vera! years with
ohrocio i nd ?gc H lion and nervous debility,
writes F. J. Green; of Lancaster, N*. H.
''Nc remedy helped until I bogan using
Electric Bitters, which did mo moro good
than all the medicino I over used. Thoy
baye also kept my -wife iu excellent health
for rears. Sho eays Electric Bitters aro
juBtpplendid for femalo troubles; tbat they
aro a grand tonic and invigorator for weak
run down women . No other medicine can
tako ifs placo in our family." Try thom.
Only soc. Satisfaction guarautood by J.
T. Douglas & Bro.
Escaped an Awful Fate
Mr. II. Hoggins of Melbourne. Fla.,
writos, "My dootar told me I had Con.
sumption and nothing could bo done for
mo. I was given np to die. The oiler pf
a freo trial bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption induced mo to try
it. Results were startling. I am uaw on
tho road to recovery and owe all to Dr.
King's Now niscoveiy. It burely saved my
life." This great cure is guarantee 1 for
all throat and lung diseases by J. T.
Douglas ?fc Bro Druggists. Price 503 and
$1.00. Trial bottles free.
'Jo prevent and punish the practice of :
Gaming and Gambling in the Town
' of Bennettsville.
Bo it Ordained by tho Town Council of
BonnottAvlllo, In regular meeting assembled
Boo. I. That tho playiog of any gamo
with oarda or dice, milling, cracknloo, abd
any and all otbor games of cbanoo in any
pabilo placo,. store, bouso oz ottico within
tho corporate limits of said town la hereby
Seo. 2, That any person violating thia
Ordinance, upon, conviction, shall bo fined
not less than One Dollar, nor moro than
Ono Hundred Dollars, or be imprisoned in
tho county Jail not less tb an tea nor moro
than 30 days. One half af tho fine collec
ted in nny caso to be paid to tho informer,
except in tho case of tho Marshal, whoso
official duty it shall be to enforce tho pro
visions of this Ordinance
Tako notice, that matohing for cool
driuk tickote, scgars, or anythiog ciao, ia
a violation of abovo Ordinance, and tho
Bamo with all other provisions will bo en
By order of tho Council.
P. A. HODGES, Mayor.
March 27th 1903.
AVING- secured the Borvicos of a
good man, I am prepared to put
down and pull up pumps. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Orders left, at either Hard
ware store will bo promptly attended to.
tncli 12. 1903. P. C. Emanuel.
Have a large supply of thc celebrated ?A?5*ga
mers Friend Coen Planters- Wg
sold a large number of these Plautcrs during thc
ilf=^ ])ast llircc seasous, and (hey have ?;iven universal
satisfaction. Every one of them are guaranteed by us lo give
WE "Iso have in ?Stock The COX, The ECLIPSE
cud Thc celebrated CALDWELL .Cotton
J^Xs^ZO/?OlX^ which we arc ollcriug at "rock
WE an- ilso jelling The Celebrated GrAlK?"!8
TL.3 ano :oi^'&3^xl3ijLTba>3r-.
S?t? us Before Buying Anything
in OU? Xii ne, as wg are in Position
To Make it Interesting to^You.
February 2fi, 190.).
J. T. DOUGLAS.
A. C. DOUGLAS
-.Practica! Pharmacists and Dealers iii ..
Pure H)nigs and patent Medicines
Plain and Fancy Stationery and School Supplies.
I Paints, Oils, Yai'B?sIi. B?usies,
G-LASS and PUTTY.
FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
&??" Prescriptions carefully compounded al all hours
and guaranteed to be of the Purest Drugs and at
A fu\\ line Gaarden Seed SL Onion Sets.
Thankful for pant liberal patronage we solicit a continuanceof same
, I DOUGLAS & KM
January . 1, 190:2.
AT THE OLD STAIvTB.
FEE WM MAgjgNB GO*
W. P, BREEDEN, Jr. MANAGER.
-PE ALEK ? N
^C^-?J^ira^^y* of All Kinds
AND GENERAL 'REPAIR WORK, ^??f>
-DKALKK IN AND MANUFACTURER OF
Ceiling, Flooring, Siding, Brackets,
Balusters, Newels, &c.
lilli MAlERiAL OP ALL KINDS.
IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF any kind of LUMBER, >ough
or dressed, we would be glad to have vou call at our MILL
aud look over stock.
Phone orders promptly attended te#