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BEl'?lTETTSYLLLE, S. 0.
" *>r ?. A. RROWN A CO.
OJ?1 ce vi>. Marion Stn et Opjwsit
-^Friday. April 15, 1904,
fjrJS A MATTER OF HEALTH
j? W Sar ?na lu fe
, A bs a i u tel y Utii r? a
CRUELTY of INGRATITUDE.
ARE YOU GUILTY OP IT ?
One ot the hardest burdens which we
ive to bear is the ingratitude ol those
> whom we have given our love and
re. It is one of thc most relined terms
: cruelty on the part ot a child, a pupil.
a friend, to be ungratelul. The sav
I e nature ot this torture applied to the
nsitive soul ot a parent, teacher or
end must be experienced in order to
..understood. Very olten it is not the
ist intended We nave sein a mother
ffer at the hands ot an ungrateful boy
iguish ol which he never dreamed,
ere is sca^ely a teacher in the Sun
-schools who does not know what
statement means. Boys and girls,
ughtlcssly, pei haps, yet none the less
?gfly, cause such suffering by their
ilude and lack ot appreciations as
agony can not express. For
y ot spiritual pain there is hard
ther anguish comparable with
t is the suffering ot wounded
d the agony ot the innocent,
?s fact ot our human life is also a
uth o! the Divine being, lt must be
. i. tor love is the same, in God and man,
nd the laws by which it is exercised
. .ust obtain uniformly. God himsell
..ust know the cruelty ot ingratitude.
We do not set out deliberately to wrong
im. We simply forget to be gratetul.
hat is thc pity ol it all. Thoughtless*
:ss becomes a habit. The neglect of
e lather's kindness grows common,
e cease to reter everything in the
. orld to the one source of all lile in God,
id the great heart ol the Father is
minded in the very way that makes it
: ced most swiftly.
it doos not take long to be gratelul
. o form need bc used elaborately to
? - .u,? ,u . ?,....,-, annrpriatfs. A
lilli ni is only to lock up ?"d smile,
?'*..*-.' understands. YV*- are cruel
?sk of business and th? res) ol home,
ar thc comics i : ?i:::-: M. . the
.veei companionship ot friends, for the
hope ot heaven and the assurance ot im
morality. For these we ought to look
ip every day in gratitude to the Father
.nd show Him by an obedient lile that
ve appreciate ihe mercy that crowns
our day'. To do less is to be cruel.
Hcadacho and Neuralgia Can bo Cured.
These distressing troubles are per
. lanently cured by Lee's Headache and
Neuralgia Remedy. Even temporary re
?et is gratelul. but permanent relief is
Imost too good. But the proof follows:
Mullins, S. (J.,
Being subject to sick headaches all
ly life, .'and trying many medicines, I
? ever got relief ufnil I foitunately used
ee's Headache Remedy, I lound per-,
pnent reliel after 15 minutes
E O. BROMFORD.
Kept by Bennettsville Drug Co.
3 District Cbnfer
t Hartevillo next
Rev R E ?H>eale> a popular and
pted tho past%Y?t? ?f TeneKer
id Pental chKi^?8.. *[or*T*
.-linty. Hewas*^alled from
Our Town (
MAYOR-P. A. Hod
i>ffin, A. G. Sinclair.
ERK & TREASURE
TO. Office open dail
PoLtOE-J. P. David,
Breeden, C. S.
. W. Pate.
Ol? ATE- M
M. E. Cowa?
ION-W. L, S
Si H. Thomas
wis.' t. Sherril
19. S. McCall.
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island. Do 11
[I. !.. Mel
Tolin A. fittll
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. \ Smithville.
G. D. Eisterliag, T. L
ation for ters of Administration
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OF MARLBORO. [
li AURIN, JudRO 1'rob^tc
11104 A. Drake, Clerk ol
made suit to mc to grant
ol.Administration of tSic
ol J. J. Bennett, dec'?tl,
elbre to cite and ad moil
ar the kindred and cred?
J. J. Bennett, deceased?
appear before mo in thc
to be hold ut Bennetts
duy of .May, 1004, next
lieront', at 11 o'clock in
show cause, if ?ny the?
id administration should
v hand, this 1st day o
Judge of Frobatp,
Mr. Isaac Driggers of Ked Hil]
was up Friday and called. No
Mr. James T. Eason. of tho
Express Service, is homo for a
few days on the sick list.
Miss Eulah Jordon who hns
been visiting her cousin Miss
Susie Atkins has returned to her
home in Darlington
Our young friend Dick Easter
ling, Now with Coast Line shops
at Wilmington, has been spend
ing a few davs at home.
Mr. H. P. Wilcox, who has
been representing the Darling
ton Photo Studio for a mouth
has returned to Darlington
Mr. B. Lane Watson, tho pop
ular book-keeper at the Marlboro
Wholesale Grocory, withdraws
his card for Treasurer
Rev. T. E. Morris and Mr. P.
A. Hodges attended a mooting ol
the Board of Trustees of Colum
bia Female Collego on Tuesday
Mr. Lewis Allen of Browns
ville was up Tuesday and called.
We regret to hear of the se-ere
illness of his good wife from an
attack of Jaundice
Rev C. W. Craighton of thc
Christian Appeal, has been spend
ing a few days in our midst the
guest of Mr. Joseph L. Breeden.
His old friends here were glad
to meet him again.
We regret to report the crit
ical illness of Mrs. Claud S.
Chaffin, from an attack of some
thing like paralysis. She ivas
stricken Tnesday hight while at
church. Her friends earnestly
pray for her recovery
Mr. A. J. Jones of Hebron was
?jp Saturday and announced his
candidacy for County Supervisor.
Joe is a capital good fellow, and
having made the race once is
neither a stranger to the road or
The Fayetteville Ubset ver ol the lath,
has thelohowin^: Mr. Ceorye W. Wai
dill, a native ol Fayetlevi.lL'. now a busi
ness m:.n of liennetlsvill?, S. C.. will lie
married this evening at Godwin to Miss
(birrie Williams, darre,liter ol Mr, .1
Thomas Williams, Rc v. T. A Smoot
pastor ol the Hay Street Methodist
church, going up to perlorm the cere
mony. Mr. and Mrs Waddill will spend
a day or two at Mrs. Fuller's Cap;; Fe.ir
Inn in this city after their marriage.
Mrs. Alice Pope, .wife of Mr.
Aleck Pope who lives on Mr. Char
ley Bea tty's place, quietly foll
asleep in Jesus on tho 8th of April
-aged 22 years. She was a daugh
ter of Mr. W. F. Taylor, and leaves
a devoted husband and an infant
bane, with immy tv ri ti v.-, ;.?..
li' j She nus laid ia n : ti
r Spot cemetery on Sunday
..' .'. ?. . ROY; ...\.<.... eohduotiho:
m? IllJ UUUUUUI'.UUIUIIU Uri
a caDdidato for tho office * of County
B. LANK WATSON.
Moh 12, 1901.
A New Enterprise.
During tho week Mr. It. J. McCarty,
Jr., of Columbia has rented and fitted up
tba B D. Mooro store next to J, T. Doub
l?t.' Drug Storo und opened an ((Hoe for
the purpose of doing a Barking nnd C >ni
tnission busioosF for the big linn of Ware
& Leland, DB Manager. Thc merchants of
the county are cordially invited to call ?ind
;et what quota timi H tli.'j- should wish on
cotton grain nnd provisions,
Pre?airiBff For Conference.
The good people ot Beulah arc
making extru preparations for thu
Sunday school conference to he
held there on the 29th and 30th.
All schools which have not yet re
ported delegates are earnest'}' re
quested tosend the samo ut once
to the Secretary that ho muy for
ward his li?t at once to the cum
mittee on entertainment, Dele
gates going down on Thursday
afternoon before will (ind one ol
the committee at the church tc
Prof. Snyder, president of Wo fi
ord College by invitation of tin
School teachers of the count y visit?e
our town last Saturday and ad
dressed a large crowd at the Audit
ort um at ll o'clock and in tin
afternoon addressed the 20tli Cen
tury Club. On Sunday morning ht
lilied the pulpit of thc Methodis
chu roh. where a large congregutioi
iistcued to one (d'the finest sermon
heard for some time on tliesuhjee
of having "an aim ami purpose it
living." He went to McColl in th
The System Neo ls fc'onie
sort ol a louie in the spring lime Thi
lack ol energy and Mil ed feeling1 ii
common ailment at this s? as >n. Perhap
you ha e in mind some Spring Median
you would l:ke to lake. Il you can gc
Dr King's Iron Tonic Bitters, take Ilia
-don't hesitate No cure no pay. J">
Bcnncttsville Drug Co.
The best rule is t> keep your foo
wann as Cuba, dry ns Sumara, and n
ci m'ortable ns nn easy chair, Jn
Iravel in mir Shoes and you will h
pe. fe tl y right on all ilusa points.
STRAUSS & Co.
A cool head cultivates n calm mint
hWe have the Straw Hals fur Mon
?ILadies, Boya, Misses and Children
To produce these results.
STRAUSS & Co.
Royal Baking Powders at
\^ T?V. M. Rowe's.
TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS.
- New moon this afternoon
- Thoro aro several ugly casos
- Picnics and fish dinners will
soon bo in bloom
- Tho cotton planters were
kept pretty busy hist week
- A' close observer says tho
crop of peaches wits badly hurt
- Court moots next Monday
with Judge Watts ou the bench
Tho B. & C. Railroad is im
proving its service by a closer
- Tho refreshing April show
ers lust week wore needed and
- The Democratic Clubs reor
ganize on tho 23d- seo notice of
-Fresh homo ground meal al
ways on hand at Claud, Moore's.
- Remember tho Entertain
ment to night for tho benefit of
tho Methodist parsonage
Pie peaches lf>c per can or two
for 25cts at Claud Mooie's.
- If you want to look well and
feel good all the time, got your
clothing at C. S. McCall's
- Over in North Carolinaull
Ba turd av night, trains arc called
"Corn Liquor Express"
-Thc Democrat returns hearty
thanks to Mrs. J. T. Eason for a
head of choice Lol luce
CSy "~ If you want your cuffs and
collars nicely laundered carry
them to Claud Moore, who is
now agent for the Wilmington
53?" Very best cnn corn only
K'c nt Claude Moore's.
- Mr. N. J. Herudern ol' the
Bethel section lids 8.00? cabbage
plants for sale oft Jersey Wake
field, late Drumhead and ?ale
Plat Dutch varieties
- Social lea, 5 oclock lea calces
and pound cake aro fresh and
nice nt Claud Moore's.
- Have you seen those new
articles of Furniture at Mr.
CAV" Okra and tomatoes only
10c at Claude Moore's.
- Go lo Mr. U. S. McCall's for
the old reliable Buisls Gurdon
- Just recd a frosh lol oT D.
Vi. Perry & Co's Garden Seed
at W. M. Rowe's.
?- Fresh lol of canned Peas;
Pears, and Pig's Peet al Claud
FOR SALE-A fine lot of Cala
lilly Bulbs al-twenty five cents
each. Apply lo
Miss Emma Odom.
Adair, f . i IN. rn ::<'...?. .'.>.. CT!
Lu ivuovliei ??iiiiu? til L?t . oji;?
Wtfm Ult ; !>:-;.. ;. Rrj offal's
.'lidless variety eau be found at J. T
Douglas & Bro.
Just received n large lot of NEW
LOADED SHELLS of all kind.
At W. M. ROWE'S.
Only ono school in South Caro
lina, as far as wo have seen, ob
served Hampton's birthday.
Major Alexander McQueen, an
old and well known citizen of Che
raw, died on the 7th at noon.
Tho new*brick Mc! bod ?ht church
ut Hurtsville was opened for wor
ship on tin; 3rd, Kev W. W.
Daniel of Columbia preached the
To Prospectivo Piano and Organ
Tl will pay you to see Strauss
A Co, if in the market for Musi
cal Instruments of any descrip
A Qood Uoet ;r
nf South Caro'itiu said: "I have ?moil Dr.
King's li int i!' - ti great dual in my prac
tieean:] find lim they give perfect inns
faction tu ho: li no self uni] patients. 1
he .i ?ly recriminen I ili ''ii
W ll OliVHIJUN M I)."
And ihcy s ?ll gritw in I ivor !iecau-<
they cure. (j.uJianteel by lLnm.tt villi
A Great Sensation.
Tl c e w.>s a big sensarion in Lees
ville Ind, when VV. ll brown ol tba
place, who wa' csped to die. had his lill
saved hy Dr Kuig's N w Discovery loi
Consomption. He write1;: ' I endurci
in su Ile rn ble agonies hom Asthma bu
your New Discovery gave me imnicdi
ito relict .ind soon iherealier itt Veted :
complete cure Similar cures of ('on
sumpt'u ni. Pneumonia, bronchitis an<
(Jrip arc numerous, lt's thc peerles
remedy for all throat and lung troubles
Price 5oc, and $ioo Gu irenteed by J
T. Douglas Druggist Trial boUlcs free
L 'tors ni 'dressed to the following narnu
do sons remain tm;.tiled tor at ihc po?
oilita: in Bonnottavillo :
Wi lie Poo, G ?oig i McNeil, amcj
Wo lien's List
Mrs B. M. Bro.vn, Mrs L K Fuller
Mrs. Franeta PegiiflH, Mn. Annie Nowton
Misfl Ilcssio McNeil.
Testimony o? a Minister.
A startling incident, is nirratcd b
fohn Oliver of Philadelphia, as follow-.
. 1 v. as in an awful condition. My ski
was almost yellow, eyes sunken, tongo
coated, pain continually in hack an
side no appetite, growing weaker da
by day. Three physici ir.s had given m
? II? Then 1 was advised to use Klectri
P.ittt-rc; to my urea'joy, the first bottl
made a decided improvement. 1 contii
ucd their ose. lor three weeks, and ai
nowa weli man. I know tiny robbe
die grave ol another victim " No on
should tail to try them. Only 50 cen
guaranteed, at. Dough's thug store.
Tho Epworth League Proyor nicotine
ld held every Wednesday ovotdng in thi
Sun'ny Fohool room of tho Mothodist
church a*. 8 (Telooh. Tho publia invited.
Prayer HUH ting nt Presbyterian church
Thu rt day afternoon at 5 p. m.
Thc hour fur evening services at the
(-.hutches \i now 7.3U o'clock.
Pruyer moctiug nt tho Baptist church
every Thursday overling it 7 30.
Prayer meeting ot tho Methodist church
every Wednesday nt 3.30 p. m.
Tho hour for Sunday School nt the
Methodist church ban been changed to
4.co o'clock in tho afternoon.
Our Churches Sunday.
All our ohurchoB wore open Su'iduy aud
thoro was no laok for places of worship.
Episcopal Church- Rav. C. W. Boyd,
Sunday School nt 9.30, Services at 11 and
Methodist-President Snydor nt II, Bo?,
frank A. Miller at 3 (to lad es only), Sun*
day 6ohool at 4 No RTMICO at nigh'.
Presbyterian -S imlay Behool n?i 930,
B ?v. F ank A. Mi 1 ?. nt 11, 3.30 (to moo
only) and union torviccs nt 7 30
Baptist - Rsv. B Ford, Sun lay School
ai 0 30. Servioo at it-no so: vie J at
Tried His Patience.
Ou Sunday last while tho lam i ly
was away at church, the pigs got
out lind destroyed about one acre of
Mr. George Webster's linc corn,
which was ready for the first plow
ing. Thc pigs made a nice job of it
and took it by rows. He got home
in time to prevent further damage.
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT.
MRS M Ml Y UBTHBA.
Whofcns God in hi? pnivider.ee lias
called to lier heavenly 1 est our mother
in Isiae!, Mrs Mary Bellica, we aa a
society wish to give expression to our
deep sense of the loss we have sustain
ed Therefore be it resolved;
First that in the death of Mrs. Bethen
our society has lost its olde.-t and one
ol' its moat failhlul and houored mern"
Sec nd. That we how in humble
submission to our Father's will thank
ing l!? 1 for her long and useful life
and looking forward lo a blissful re
union where parting is no more.
Third. That a copy ol' these resolu
tions be scut to thu bereaved family!
and a so that a copy bc furnished tho
county pap?is for pub ?cation
Mrs W P, Adams,
Mis J. el Gibson,
M ?.-a Mattie Fletcher.
To thc Sunday School Workers
of Marlboro County :
Dear Brelhcron; Thc time tor holding
the next Counjy Sundoy school Confer
ence ol the M. li Church, South, has
been changed to last Friday and Sui
nr.-1.nv in April >"'! "ill hf? h..l.l lt*,,.
is stun t, and need theil names 10 un
secretary at Bennettsville. Also prepare
reports ol the condition of schools A
lull share ol earnest work will make
this meeting a success.
CT . Easterling President.
S. A. Brown. Sec'y.
FOR LADIES both Old and Young,
.Ins! g.t the D. lin ator, f yo : want
to sec how up-to dato dresses are made.
Wa tpceivo subscriptions for same,
Ruc full stock nf tho Bulteriek Pat
terns on Hand. A new fashion paper
given away fi ec. Call on
Strauss A- Co.
FAMILY MILEAGE TICKET.
Goon IN Sot TU CAROLINA NOW
SOLD HY SI?AIIOARD AIR LINE
Commencing marc'i 25th, the
Scabbard Air Lino Railway, in
coin pl in n ce with tho now law, have
on sale lO'M) mile family tickets,
good for t bo use of thc immediate
members ol one lamil}', between
stations within tho Stalo of South
Carolina on thc line of thc Sea
board Air Line Kail way. These
iVccts uro sold at$25,b0 and are
limited to one year from date ol
Tho popular Interchangeable
li "ok, good over 25 different lines,
will continue on salo under same
conditions ?is heretofore.
For further information ripply
lo .Seaboard agents, or addrcSi
.los. W. StewartTrav. Pass. Agent
Columbia S. C.
Ran Away From Home.
Cori's. Bunions, Waits brave home
1 when Dr. King's ('om Salve gets abel
ihem, and though it only costs 10: . is
I guaranteed same as it sold lor a dollar
That's King's way always. Sold by
bennett .ville Drug (Jo.
The I?ussr 1 Wagons.
Mr. P. A. Holges i? opening a cai
] of these durable wagons-one ant
t two-horse, every one ol them guaran
teed against any deleft hi mate ia
' STATE OE SOUTH CAROLINA
MAtii.nouo' COUNTY-By M il loi
McLnurin, J.udge of Probate.
WUBIIKAS, Jamen A. Drake, Clerk o
Court has it.into su:t to me to gran
m to him betters of Administration of tin
Erato and Efficta of John William bennet!
y Thoso aro Lhorefore to cito and adinouisl
nil and singular the kindred mid creditor
II of tho enid J William Bonnott dco'd, tim
1 they bo mid appear before me in thc Com
of Probate to tc held at Bennettsville on
L the io'.h day of May 1904, nflor pub
c Hcation thereof, nt II o'clock In tho foie
e noon, to show causo, if any they bavo wh;
i- Haid administration should not be granted
n Given under my hand, thia lat day o
(l April A. D., 1904.
TE MILTON MCLAURIN,
April 7, 1904. .lodge of Probate.
n P p "DT i T PH with the BEST GOODS
iftJXO riLLiZ/JJ at the BEST PRICES
Which means that your wants can better ?
supplied, at better prices here than elsewhere.
proposo TO MEET COMPETITION io Every De
partments A visi: wi!? jirmS Experience nod tn ?ney can
accomplish aiij.tliihg in (he business world, VVe have holli,
and li?ive pul. them to practical n& ..
?fc lew Bep ri ?ft?ts.
. I ir : r v .-. .
Dress ( !< ods Department, is loaded with nil that's to be lind
Biack and Colored Woolen Goods-Newest Weaves, New j
I Patteins. Seu what we have to show. Voiles, Eolians,
ian do O?opesj Silk Mohairs, Heps, Poplins, Sicillians and
'.Vi::.-iga. All these are in Black and Colored Material,
Flaiii and Eaiicy Weaves.
ine of Paney Silks- mid Foulards for Shirt Waist Suits
eve] hero. Look at our "new things1' in Silks and Silk
I V iir for Shirt Waists.
wc the Latest a-td Nobbiest Creations,
0 aee our New Linings for Silks.
I V SH GOODS DEPARTMENT is complete in every
N )thing has been spared to make thia one of our
. urea Everything in Lawns, Organdiea, Batistes,
9, Fanoy Sailings and Voiles. Ginghams, Zephyrs
Mercerized All bright and new.
o peep at uar lino of WHITE GOODS.
. nings, Ribbons and Ladies lHuniishings .
here. Look at oar Neckwear for Ladies.
. Our ?hoe department _^?>
/on through oar Shoe Department. Spring and
v : vies now shown in "Queen Quality" and "Drews,"
ada's and Boots. All new goods and new styles.
Childrens' S noes in Town. 'Honans'and'Keiths"
? i Men s'ylish and good wearers.
- Vi RN and r>()VS CLOTHING. ?.
omplete, and, its moving very fast. Voa know we
ie best known Lines. No one can toneh ns.
1 of G F NTS FURNISHINGS. Anything you
ices lo bo had. All tho 'Newest' and 'Nobbiest"
ATS. Oar "Straw Goods' aro now shown on ou>*
MILLI 1ST JJ Ry DEPARTMENT.
?. D?partaient lias been Titled up in best possible
I will be in charge of a New York Milliner. We
save yon money here. No Jtoiti-: IIIOIMMCIOED
? ml dupable Drcs? Makers in eli.ugo
-:I.O? K 1
rbi bi ly
! ' Ol' I .
?. htist j
M J t.; Ti
WHAT BEN NETTSVILLE
HAS ALWAYS NEEDED!
liest work iiml prices.
r C-^-rocery IO apartment.
Fi STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES! Always the
best. Try us in this line.
1 1' we nre out for l?iisinef-8, iou! will.S A VR you "a snug sura1' on
n?J 1, and Wit UAVK ANYTUINU YOU NBCD
-rn, it .., , . - , ..IJ il,- T_..?l.
-tv T Vf-j !!-.: i'O :'::< '.'fl .!! . ! :.:?):
Vbtnvj Ti ?Iv, O. $
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: r.< vc-"'-:
' / [IWiS hi Carpet Effects.
) m M?gM colors.
?md ?Mvr?s, something new.
"ii m, in Valours and Leather,
io keep Everything in the Fur
re Line, and will order at close mar
iivthing not in Slock.
and see OUT Stock. Wc have theft
r and REST IX TOWN.
W. Waddill & Son. M
.m ilte Public dial I represent some oi
t TIRE INSURANCE Companies
il , .*ld. Liberal p.s lo Terms nhd li?tes,
.y me !
; 'bi. JNO. S. MOORE.
- >i< >i < >*.< >i< >i< >?< >i< >?< '
0 WORRY, BUT COME RIGHT ON TO
IF you .x?7V^UrjC
?ls, Clothing, Shoes, Notions:?
rid Fancy Groceries
ter Ground MEAL and HOMINY a specialty,
liue in each Department and will Hil your Wants in cadi
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
o Town caji mid sec in. Phone orders in town deli vc. cl
d satisfaction guarani ?cd,
Mi-Near Douglas* Drug Store A
(Mitt FENCING, BARBEO WIRE
AND WIRE NAILS.
B H/WBTHESE-GOODS, bought l.v (ho i-xv-Um] ail
can pi ve you LOW IMJOICI^. "
?Soe us before buying.
Mardi 3, 1004. 1\ McCA
*T'? Prize Medal Carden Seed
nd Onion Sets, .^ew Crop?
T&iREE T?^ES ? WEEK,
MR U i MU L v HAVJNCi CLO WI) HIS BAKERY HERB. I
,A '^0V! :: ; , . I'SH RKEAD, ROLLS AND
p i CM . l? M ' ... i . : the accommodation nf inc
rade. Shipment received ,, , ?"wi order* cai. U fi.lcd
daily as wanted by ci: : mier ", ... ... fifa
Mureil 3, 1904:
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v?*v?? v<?><?au K5S? xix
o WM story.
See the mern Spring lime
February 26, 1904,
A Bicycle for a lady or Gouts
color Black or Blue with L'S in
wheels and rubber tires.
eis..-. ?..T.-JU.:;.a.v.Mi\ii3i-ja?iiK - st C
CHAK\.fi? UV Mil?'iUM-;.
S?iAnOA?lP Air "Li-U;.??.\]..WAV. I
Tlje Seaboijr? Air .Un?: li y ??her?r
ile ?r VJ ?liahgod cn January i Otb.
Trios ?eay4" ('!>>'. raw, S. (J , lollons; .
Northbound ?io <?.? m ?-?O a. m.
No 00 at 9:24 p. rn.
Southbound No 57 at 8:05 a. m.
" No 27 nt 10:40 p. m.
Thc Bcnneitsvi'le ami Ghera w It. ?
rt., leaving Beuuettsviile at (i. 45 a |
u., connect with No 66 and No 57.
The afternoon tiain leaving Ben
icttsvillo nt 4 p. ru. gives Beimeiis
/iile people an opportunity to lake
11 aina No 50 anti No 27.
Cf!HE Bu ?ness recently known as the
X ULIO NOVELTY MANUFCTU
?UNG CO., will h?re:it'tei he known as
PH 12 CLIO NOVELTY MANUFAC
TURING WORKS, with P. H. IVEY
ole owner ami director,
The latest improved wood working
eaehinos are being placed for doing all
iinds ol'Novelty work for builders usc at
Mr. P.A. Ilodj-c.-. is agent at Bennetts
'ill? and will take your orders.
Oct 23, 1903.
17 P P Q -**OFI*
?Q. DEV ROOK.
18 for only fit) cents home de
livery-10 els extra for packing
and delivering to Express ollice.
JASPER FLETCH ER,
. MOCOLL, S. C.
Jan. 28. ll. F. D. 2.
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-'pring brood is near at hand anti to gel
eggs so as to have them ready when thc
season opens you should place orders al
once ami si..le date ol delivery.
Setting ol 15 Eggs $1.50
1). A. COVINGTON.
Jan 5, 190.1. Gibson, N. C.
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Notice of Court
NOTICE ?B hereby given that the Court
of Qcncrnl Sessions for the County of
Marlboro will convene nt BonnottRvllle on
tho Third Monday in APRIL, .'?.. i>,. he
iSth tiny thereof) 1904 nod thc Court of
Common Plena on thc WedncRdny noxt
following *aid Third Monday in April
('icing the 20 li dtiy thereof) i<_x\i at it iv
nottnvillo in mid for tho oor.uty of Marlboro
mul Slnloof South Carolina. All perRons
intorcatod will take due notico thereof.
J. A. DRAKE,
Clerk Court of C P. & G. S.
Per Marlboro Co., S. C,
march 11, 1904. - ira
Attorney at Law,
Planters National Bank Huildlngr,
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m W. BO?Glil?ii,
J? o Auorney a< Law,
Bcuuocuvi?c, S. O.
O?ieo ou Darlington street ucarPoMa
LVdcgrapfc office. JaDur.ry, 1899.
Attorney al Law and
Cllloc in Court Hoare.
E, c. MORRISON,
?lsc?ician . - Machinist,
BOX 57 FLORENCE, S. C.
Contractor for Electrical work and dealer
in Electrical supplies lint Air Pump
ing Engines and (las Eogiocs itislallt-d.
i Pipe-Hitting and general machino work,'
August 20, 1903.
?.NSURE YOLK COTTON GI KS
* against 1 >sd hy lire. Rutea reason*
rl)le ii heat pf Companies. Call on
>r address (office over National Bank)
A. J. BRSSTOW, Agt.
Benneltsville, S C.~?\
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lown and pull up purni s. Satisfaction
(uaruntc?d. Orders left ut tither U:;ic
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uicli !2. 1903. P. C Kma'nocl.
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