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BENlNffiTTSYILLE, S. C.
?Y S. A. BROWN A. CO.
Office on Marion Street Opposite
Masonic Rall.
Friday, April 7, 1905.
Our Town Gorvernment.
MAYOR-P. A. Hodges
ALDERMEN-W;P. Breeden,.Ir. (J. S
Ohaffin. A. G. Sinclair, \V. W. Pate.
CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc
Laurin. Office open daily.
POLICE-J. P. David, II. C. Millor.
Marlboro County Officers.
SHERIFF-J. B. Oreen
CLERK OF CLERK-J. A. Drake
JUDGE OF PROBATE-M. MoLaarin
CORONER-C. P. Covington
SUPERVISOR-M. 10. Coward
SUPT. EDUCATION-W. L. Stanton
TBEASORER-J. H. Thoms*
AUDITOR-Chas. I. Sberrill.
SENATOR-Joshua II. Hudson.
REPRESENTATIVES-D. D. MoColi, Jr.
W. W. Bruce, J. P. OKI
MACIISTATBH-C D. Eusterling, T. L
Crosland, Bennettsvillo,
II. L. McLaurin, MoColi
J'ihn A. Calhoun. Clio,
W. J. Atkinson, Blenheim,
D. D. Stubbs, Brightsvdle,
W. W. Irby, Smithville.
County Church Directory.
Bennettsville Circuit Appointments
KEV. A. T. DUNLAP, P. C.
First Sunday-ll a. m., Pine Grove
3 p. m., Smyrna.
Second Sunday, ll a.m. McColl.
3 p. ni, Beauty Spot.
Third Sunday-ll a, m., Pino Grove,
3 p. ni, Smyrna
Fourth Sunday, ll a. m. McColl,
3 p. m. Beauty Spot.
Blenheim Circuit Appointments.
REV. W. B. BAKER P. C.
?Tirst Sunday, Hebron ll a. m
Ebenezer 3.30 p. va.
Second Sunday, Parnassus lia..
Zion 3.30 p. m.
Third Sunday, Hebron ll a.m.
Ebenezer 3.30 p. m.
Fourth Sunday Parnassus ll a. m.
Zion 3.30 p. m.
C7io Cireuit Appointments
REV. P. H. SH ULE R, P. C.
Clio-Preaching e\ery Sunday morning
at 11 o'clock. Epworth League Sun
day night at 8 o'clock. Sunday school
ot 10 a. m. W. A. Hinshaw, Supt.
Prayer meeting Monday night at 8.
Beulah -Preaching every Sunday aft at
4 o'clock. Sunday school at 3. II.
M. Jackson,(Supt,
North. Marlboro Circuit.
Fourth Sunday, Ebenezer II a iii.
Shiloh, 3 30 p. m.
Bennett8ville Church Directory
METIIODTST-T. E. MORRIS, P. C.
Sunday school 3 30 p. m. Preaching at
11.00 a. m. and 7.30 p.m. Prayer meet
ing Wednesday evening ot 8.00 o'clock.
Superintendent Sunday school, Phil. A.
Hodges.
BAPTIST-Rev. Rufus Ford, Pastor.
Sunday school at 10.U0- Preaching Sun
day at 11.00 a. m., ond 7.30 p. m. Prayer
meeting Thursday evening ai 8 o'clock.
Superintendent, of Sunday school, H. W
Carroll.
PRESBYTERIAN-Bunyan McLeod I'll.
1> , Pastor. Services every Sabbath
(-.monier) ll a. tu. and 8 p. m.; (winter)
ll a. m. and 7.30 p. m- Prayer meeting
Thursday 5 p. m. Scats free. Strangers
cordially invited. Sunday school every
Sunday 10 a. m. Superintendent, J. T.
Dudley. All parents and children made
welcome at thc school.
EPISCOPAL-Rev. O. W. Bjyd, Rector,
Proaohing every Recond nnd fourth Sunday
at II a. m., and 7.30 p. m. Sunday
?ohool at 9.30 a. 111. Dr. J. A. Fainon,
?aperintondont.
Directory of Bennettsville Lodges
CONSOLIDATED LODGE No. 15, K. ol'
P., meets every second and fourth Mon
day nights at 7.30 o'clock.
J. W. Le?rand, C. C.
C. D. Easterling, K-oflt. & S.
MARLRORO LoDOE No. 88, meets at
Buunctt.svillc. Friday evening, on or bc*
fore each full moon at 8 o'clock.
J. P. Kinney, VV. M.
II. E. Slookton, Secretury.
County Masonic Directory.
MARLBORO CHAPTER NO. 30 R. A.
M., meets at Bennettsville on the second
Friday of each month.
J. lourney. H. P.
H, E. bncktotjytf?crctary.
EUREK? LODGE NO. 43, A. P. M..
,Dcot!j at MoColi, each Saturday after
noon, before thc full moon,at 4 o'olook.
AURORA LODGE NO. 33, A. F. M.,
meets at Clio, Saturday on or alter each
full moon at 3 o'clock, p. m.
J. T. Stanton, W. M.
T. A. Covington, Secretary.
0LIO NOVELTY
Manufacturing Works
THE Business recently known as thc
CLIO NOVELTY MANUFOTU
1UMG CO . will hereafter he known as
THE CLIO NOVELTY MANUFAC
TURING WORKS, with P. H. I VE Y
solo owner and director.
Tho latest improved wood working
machines aro being placed for doing all
kinda o'' Novelty work for builders use at
living prices.
3ot 23. 1903. j
PERSONAL
Mr. T. W. Bouchier was called
to|Spartanburg Monday.
Mr. C. M Pond, of Rod HUI.
was up Saturday and mudo us a
pleasant call.
Rev. Welcome Quick of Clio
was up salesday attending the
Farmers meeting.
Mrs Prank Crosland spent sev
eral days last week with Mrs C.
W. Kingro.au in Sumter.
Mr. E. A. Coxe of Brownsville
was up salesday taking orders
for his noted cotton seed.
Miss Eunice Ford left last
Thursday evening to visit her
sister at Chattanooga. Tenn.
Mr. L. H. Powers, who has
been holding a position at Rocky
Mount is homo for a short rest.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Decs, now
of Richmond county, spent Sat
urday and Sunday with relatives.
Mr. W. M. Gibbes of Boy kin
section was down salesday. He is
j/oing to plant the Coxo Cotton
Seed this year.
Senator McLaurin addressed
the farmers of Richland ou Sat
urday and the farmers of Sum
ter on Mouday last.
Mr. Wm Usher of Bethel sec
tion was down salesday and call
ed. He has some fine early cab
bage, nearly ready for market.
Mrs Grace Hines of Florence
who has been spending somotime
with lier sister Mrs E. C. Morri
son, returned homo Friday last.
Wo aro pleased to learn that
Mrs. B. A. Capel, who is under
treatment at Nichols, S. C., is
getting along nicely and will
soon be able to como home
Mr. J. F. McKinnon, Mrs. D,
P. McQ.uage and Mrs. Carrie
Covington, of Hebron, spent scv
days lust week with their sister
Mrs E. L. Stubbs in Chcraw.
The many friends of Bishop
Capers, who went to Florida on
account of health several weeks
ago, has returned considerably
improved and ready to resume
his labors.
DEATHS' DOINGS.
Died at Summerville, March 27ih,
11)00, afler nearly a year's illness of
tuberculosis. Mr. Murray Clifton Wal
lace-aged 28 years Ho was a son of
the late Dr. Murray Wallace, an old
resident of Brighteville and who moved
to Sumter about 18 years ago.
Clifton for ninny years hus been
t aveling salesman for Charleston
Houses and was much esteemed hy
them for his energy, integrity nud
faithfulness. He leaves a mother and
two eislers
His remains wer*? lo! I tn rpal in th??
. . elation i old ec Monday J,
'.: ijo.i C-it . ?. elected N?.i y ur ami
Welch, J. C. Covington and James F.
McGilvray, Wardens,
B=??" Bo sure and attend thc
concert this evening, in aid of
the Confederate Monument and
the Musical Club.
Salesday In April.
The attendance Monday was
large considering the pretty weath
er and tlie desire of our farmers to
rush foward with their farm work.
The chief attraction was the
fanners meeting. Sherill' Green
made sonic sales of personal prop
erty. Mr Stacy Couington had a
nice exhibit of single comb Brown
Leghorns which were admired hy
nil who seen them. Thc horse swap
pers were here and some trading
done. Tlie crowd spent the entire
(lay. There were no accidents or
i neiden bs of note.
You can save money on Gro
ceries, either in large or small
lobs by getting prices from
W. M. Rowe's
Heady for Your Orders.
The Clio Novelty M't'g Works will
get up your Hill fur Flooring, Ceiling,
Gi rruane Siding <& Weatherboarding,
UH v ell as your House trimmings
D mr, Sash, Blinds, Grills and Mon*
th-s, promptly and cheaply. See them
lor anything in the building line they
will save you money.
JLJVJVTU Thoroughbred
33. 3FV jROOK.
13 for only 50 cents home de
livery-10 cfs extra for packing
and delivering to Express oilice.
JASPER FLETCHER,
MCCOLL, S. C.
mureil 8. R. F. D. 2.
We keep the best Patent
Hour in town at lowest prices
W M Rowe.
jw ^_
Every Family Needs Ono.
If you would be independent of
lazy help get one of those Clothes
Washers now advertised in the
Democrat. Saves your clothes and
saves you money.
Write McColl Hdw. Co. McColl
and get prices.
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
ESTATE OK IIKIIHKIIT SMITH.
HAVING filed in tho Probato Judgn'a o
fico of Marlboro county ray final ro
tarn nu Adminlntratar of Batato of Horbort
Smith, Notice is given that I will apply to
unid Court of Probato on tho 14th day of
April, 1905, for u dual discharge as mich
Administrator.
SALLIE J. ADAMS,
Moh 14, 1905. Admiulfitrator.
TOWN AND COUNTY NJSWS.
- The com is up and growing
finely.
- Several began nlanting cot
ton last Friday and Saturday.
- Our shade trees look pretty
now with their coats of green.
- Strauss & Co., are showing a
well selected spring stock
Auditorium, Tonight.
- If you want som? nico early
greens,"see or write Mr. James
S. Liles, R. P. D. 4.
- Don't you neglect to vote
next Tuesday and then complain
if things don't go your way,
- Everybody goes to tho Au
ditorium to night to help the
good Ladies raise funds for tho
Confederate Monument.
- Romember the meeting this
afternoon at tho Court House to
nominate Town officers. Every
body is invited.
- The best summer drinks ut
E. Powers' Grocery, Broads!.
- Everybody can eat Rice, at
3c, 4c and Oe, at E. Powers.
- Tho mail and passenger
trains on tho Bennettsyille and
Cheraw Railroad now leavo Ben
nettsville at 7. 05 a. m., and 7,
p. ra.
Evaporated Cream- new and
nice, at W. M. Rowe's
Maine Grown Seed Irish Po
tatoes-all varieties, at
W. M. Rowe.
- Another supply of that S.
H. Molasses, just in, at E. Pow
ers Grocery, at 05 cents.
- Try a Can of English Peas
-they are fine.
At W. M. ROWE'S.
- You will not dread the sound
of the fire bell if you have an in
surance policy on furniture,
Roods, store or residence with J.
S. Moore. .
- That the best is tho cheap
est in the long run can well be
said of buggios and wagons you
will lind both at P. A. Hodges at
bottom prices
Now that you are holding
your cotton, let us insure it
against fire-it represents your
year's work. We protect you
for a few dollars.
CROSLAND & TYSON.
"The Insurance Men."
- You can always get what
you want in Fruits, Vegetables,
and Etc., at W. M. Rowe's
'J "? ci; I'ni.S I t> Yo'.' ; M ?MOI? Y.
Von ca? ?usure your cotton foi
:? ?nial] . mount. If yon decide
co sell ;?.?. any time, ' ive refund
v.- nv >:;.';!< v for tis ? u? ?xj.Slve I
U'KOS? A N t) ... 'i'\ HO'S
A Fatal Accident.
Alex Williams, a colored brakeman
and porter ou the B & C. Railroad,
was in some way thrown under a car
while switching the same nt tbe Depot
on Friday night Inst after the arrival
of the train from C'beraw, and before
be could be extricated the car ran
over bim near the centre of hia body
and a'so severed ona foot above the
nnkle. He died before the doctor
could reach him. Alex was a good
hand, but disposed to b-J careless, and
rather reckless of danger, which no
doubt bad much to do willi his uutimo
ly death. Ile was buried at Bunker
Hill Cemetery Sunday morning.
rh.n? to Got mon.
are often 1'runtrated by midd ni bronk
down, due to dyspepsia or oomitipution:
Bruce up and take Dr King's Nrw Lile
Pills. They take out the materials which
are clogging your energies, and ?ive you
a new stan. Cur?* headache and dizziness
too. At J. T. Douglas Drug Store; 25o..
guaranteed.
HST" You will have an oppor
tunity of hearing Prof. Shoe
maker piny on the violin and
cornet this evening.
Unclaimed Letters.
I.nt tern addressed to the following u*.uied
peraooH remain uncalled for at tho pout
o Ul co iu Beunottaville :
Men's List.
Il II Lido, Wm Johu.soo. A I) Lilly,
.1 A Breeden, 1) N Tyson, Robt McNair,
J W MeCluru.
Women's List.
H el ne Ellerby. Annie Jane Douglas,
Kunnio Riley, Sallie Thomasou.
A full lino of H J. Heinzs Co.
Pickles Preserves, Ketchups, Sau
ces, Jellies &c. at
W. M. Rowe's.
yyE ARE IN IT I
WJblYT
TO SELL
Heavy and Fancy Groceries and
a full line of Canned Goods,
Pickles, Sauces and Dainties,
Candies, Cakes and Fruits.
Tobacco and Cigars
-ALSO
A nice line of Gloves, Hosiery,
Heavy Underwear f??r mon and
women, and many Novelties
Needfuls in the notion line
-ALSO
A full line of Crockery, good
enough for any home. In Tin
ware wo have anything from
a cup to a milk bucket
Also, a nice line of Pants and
Storm Coats that we offer at
living prices.
We invite special attention to
our stock of Guns and Ammu
nition of Stevens make.
We have too a few nice covered
baskets, to go as bargains.
Call and see us
E. PGWJERS,
Marion Rt. Uennettaville, 8. C.
RELIGIOUS NOTES.
? AprL bas 5 Lundaya.
The Methodist Sund *y School Cou
fereuce convenes at Hebron chu
May 12 AQd ?8?
The Marino District Conference tv i ti
coovoue at Bennettsville on Tueur.-.
April 18 for four days, Bishop Duo*
kiu is to be preeeut.
Preaching eervico at Presbyter! sn
Church Sunday ll n. m., and 8 p. m.
Subject tor evening "The new law nf
life.'1 AH are welcome,
The hour for evening services at tb?
ohurohos is now 8.00 o'clock.
Prayer meeting at th? Baptist oh a
every Thursday evening at S.oo.
Prayer meeting at tba Methodist oho* r>
every Wednesday at S.oo p. m.
Prayer meeting- at Presbyterian chu. b
Tburaday evening at Soo.
i
The bonr for Sunday School at pa
Method ?Ht obnrob baa been obangad to
4.00 o'clock in tho aftornoon.
The Epworth League Prayer meet!
in beld every Wednesday evening in t j
Sum'ay school room of the Method'
ohnroh at 8 o'clock. Tho pnblio invited,
A MATTER OF HEALTH
aa ur o . -?a-*- mi ? H H
Absolutely Pure
IMS HO SUBSTITUTE j
Don't Borrow Troublo.
lt H a bud hnbit to borrow anything 1
but the wor>t thine you ctn posnibly bot '
row, is trouble. When sick, sore, heav
weary and worn out by the pain? and
poisonsofdysp'M?ii. billiousno-tv. Bright' . '
disease, and similar internal disordor
don't i?ir down und oro >i ..ver your nyul
toms, but fly for relief to Electric Bitten
Here you will find ?-uro and pnrnianoi
forgot fulness of ?ll your troubles, aa
your bodv will not bo burdened by a lui
of debt disease At J. T. Douglas's dru .- .
store. Prieo 50c Guaranteed.
To County Teachers.
The next tejche.-j'evaminatiou will
be held on May 19th. Questions fru?
Hughes Mistakes in Teaching an i
Peterman's Civil Goverment will 1
included in this examin?t! >n. It
also recommended that toaohers rea
~ . yi . " sr, j,i? inr?? and tl
] ?. A o? i M. Mohicans between uow co..
'..e nt.v.r. ;?nriil:iiittoti ^?u?*e bo?Vr j
eau lw pt 0 r'ed fr:?' : li: J C * Supt. :
'?rt lblilt' boru .*. 15 Siiuiv.OD?, ff
Ohs?vj Ti. i .. .1': iv inst :./.>? Lt have t
-le;' : - hvribie;cuugh if li? b.
?u> ti.ki.ti thu medicine -bu_irln_.
write.-: "I had a {earful cough that di
turned my night's rest. 1 tried every thu
but nothing wo md relieve it, until I toe
Dr King'.-. N?w Discovery for Uousumr.
lion. Cough* m d Colds, which comoloti
ly cine-l nie " Instantly relieves and poi
manently cures all throat .ml lung dil
eases; prevents grip and pneumonia. A
J. T. Douglas druggist; guaranteed. 5C
and $1.00. Trial bottles fr?e
Use xsiue Kibon Extracta, 1?
and 25c size at
W. M. Rowe's
Frosh sausage, eggs, ham
fish at C. B. Hubbard's
Your obi burns and shedt
may burnt nt tiny time, thei
where is your cotton. Let ut
protect you against lire.
CROSLAND & TYSON .
"Tho Insurance Men.'
DON'T FORGET, when yoi
need garden seeds, The Bennetts
ville Pharmacy has a well selectee
stock of good fresh seeds, and wi!
he pleased to fill your wanti.
Everything bought of us giv<
satisfaction.
Remember Your Dead.
Wu invite special attention to t'
advertisement of the Bonnettavi'
Marble Works in this paper. Call a
see BampleB, or write them.
.
- Fresh lot of D. M. Ferry
Garden Seeds at W. M. Row?
Cheap Fteadlnflf.
The Democrat and the Se;
weekly Atlanta Journal one y
or $1.50.
Tiic Democrat and McCf
Magazine-an excellent La?.
Book for $1.50
The Sunny South and tho Den
crut for only $1.50
Tlie Atlanta Constitution a
Democrat one year for $1,75.
Flowers 1 Flowers !
Mrs. JnoS. Moore has a fii
lot of Geraniums, Begonit
Ferns, Palms and other plant
well rooted, that she desires 1
sell Cuttings 25c per dozen.
Horses Do Get Sick.
When a horses and mules are pcs
it is not always and iudication that th?
do not get enough to eat. Many an
mais, just like human beings, have it
digestion or the system is all run dow
and a tonic is needed, lt ia not the :
mount ot tood eaten that makes muse'
and fat. More depends upon the proj
cr digestion or assimilation ot tlie too
than is commonly supposed. Notbir,
has yet been discovered that will bull
up a horse or mule better (han Asl
cralt's Condition Powders, the onl
remedy in its class sold under a guai
antee. Ask Mr. Srrith Newton. Ber,
nettsville, tor it-Ike kiud put up in do*
es. And McCob' Drug Co., McColl, g
C.
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MU YOUR HOME GROWN CABBAGE.
Cabbage Plants, All Varieties.
Pi ices : 1000 @ $1.50, 5000 @ $1.25 per 1000, 10000 @
$1 per 1000. Shipped C. O. D. if desired. Plants
arrive at your Express Office in good condition.
Write for Merchants' Prices.
Cabbage, Beans, Sweet Potatoes. And Turnips in Season -
Ord ira fur shipment of Tomatoe Plants, Sea leland (Jutson Seed
ami Sweet Potato Draws should be bookal iu advance.
JaS. Ray Oeraty, Enterprise, S. 0.
Express o rn o.i
Youngs' Inland S O.
mm "
'1900" WASHER SAVES W0JM18 UVES.
; OUSE WIFE : Your attention, please.
\ '00 \ ilk RUBBING YOUR LIP? A.WAY. or tho lifo o? nemo other woman.
I Also , i o life of Your Clothes, hy ii si mr au OM) WASH BOARD. Lay aside |
: A ?sh Board ond buy you a "liMO" Washer.
?t v.';. sh ci a wbolo Tub full of o'odies J UST AS EASY and .JUST AS QUICK
its' k pioul ?arment, und a good deni easier, and quieker than you possibly can was!
iinti or> b Wash Board.
Hi :. " Wusber is
T ' ' intifia prin
. .evolves on
bnfl b uti ?s, which
lu?J rotary mo
. iou a i; ' 3Y as the
els ol a II ig h
Bi /ole.
'i.v. I Tirrje, Labor,
. Clothes.
1 . - ? tuiericr as
Tiru'ti 8 H vt*it
It washes all kinds an?
grades of matcri-''
" , c ?. tia ces
hom tb? * ....
^ coarsest tain ic
ArITHOUT WEAR
TEAR, or Breaking
ol Buttons.
It is guaranteed to do
perfect work.
^ TRIAL will prov
olahu.
ali Wuiaat .
Half il imo. half ihe work and worry, with moro than Half tho WEAR an
"i.. I! of dio Clothes, can bc saved in every home that basa "1900" Washer.
! i lui titer particulate, or for piiccsand eulaloeue. write or call on
The McColl Hardware Co.,
always in Stock McCOLL, S. C.
Agcuts for tliH Territ ry
h bru > 23, 1905.
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OUR SPECIALTY.
A New, Clean and Well Selected Stock. <
-Polite and Efficient Service To All. -
it "PRESCRIPTION" &83?m DEPARTMENT
.arefully guarded "?aOf -A-H work neatly and
urate.lv done hu lm% skitiect .m.t Kx ^rirncoa
if J VOUxV DHU G ti 1ST.
?3 solicit your patronage.
BEN NETT VILLE PHA^MASY,
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Ve are using th? most up to date methods in the
ling of work sent us That's one reason why we
our patrons linen. Send us your next Bundle.
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LAURENS, S. C.
I". Powers, Agt,
Bennettsville, S. C.
S OF SCHEDULE.
The
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North hoi
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KO Air Line RAILWAY.
lard Air Line Ry eclied
anged on January luth,
i Chernw.S. (J., as follows;
1 No 66 at 8:05 a. m.
No 50 at 9:24 p. ra.
No 57 at 8:0f> a. m.
No 27 at 10:40 pl m.
inetlsviile and Oberaw II.
Bennettsville at 7.05 a
. with No 66 and No 57.
?moon ttain leaving Beu
lt 5 p. m. gives Bennetts
?3 an opportunity to take
>0 aud No 27.
ILL FEED
THE HUNGRY!
in town and you want u good
remember we eau serve you.
d meal for 25c. Restaurant
of the Market.
.ESH OYSTERS in every style.
D. J. BRAY BOY
clo for a lady or Gents
ck or Bluo with 28 in
id rubber tires.
S. J. Pearson.
SALE
Wa ht
Lal? v:t
they a.-'
T nickel
-.li "(Ht?:
without
age Plants.
.been in the truck business
and are again prepared to
I ail orders for Early acid
.ties of Cabbage Plants
>at known to experienced
re grown in open nir near
ad will stund sevei'O Colt!
try.
r)0 per 1010 F. O B. here,
necial pi ices on larger lots
lorrespondonce
! pocked in light haskell)
it kid solicit
AU plan .
CO. D. when ni ?ney does
[i.ioy orders. We guarantee
Address all orders to
t TOWELS & SON,
Meg ett-, S C.
ou
WLES & A RN ET P,
Oreen Pond. S. C.
Bennettsville & Cheraw-Railroad
-NEW SCHEDULE.
IN EFFECT APRIL 6, 1905
WEST UJUN? FROM BENNETTSVILLE
Lv Bennettsville
Lv Islay
hv Madeline
Lv Evcictts
Lv Irby
Lv Fio-ts
\rri vc Kollock
Arrive Choraw
TRAIN "
No. 1.
7 0.') a ni
7 l.r> a ni
7 lib a m
7 30 a m
7 35 a ni
7 40 a ui
7 4", a ui
TRAIN
No. 3.
7 00 p m
7 15 p m
7 20 p ni
7 35 p m
7 IO p u.
7 45 p m
7 ?;*, p m
8 1U p m
EAST ROUND FROM CHERAW.
Lv
Lv
Lv
Lv
Lv
Lv
Lv.
Ar.
Cl.craw
Kollock
En ?st.s
Irby
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Madeline
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Connections,
Ar BBNNKTTSUIM.B-Tho eoirli bound
morning truiim on A. O. L. conuectH with
train No i. Train No 2 uonneota with A
C. L loeal freight uorth and south bouini
AT Kol.LOCK-Train No? 1 and 2 ern
nect with north and south bound S. A. h.
trains.
AT CU B?A W-Train No 3 connivts willi
north and south hourn! S. A. L. trains,
und I ruin Nt, 4 contieetu with north bound
8. A. li traimi
A. J. MATHESON,
V. P. and Gen. Man.
Prepared for tho Work.
Mr. S. J. Pearson, the Jeweler, has
now one of the latest improvements
for engraving your name or initials
on any article of gold or silver or
plate in the most up?to date manner.
The sam pies of work alrendy done by
him ure just fine. Cull and see bim.
B
Bale,
AYoUNO JKRSY HEIFER-noon to
naive - Uno blood, ond a prize for some
no. Speak quick, if you want her.
D. A. COVINGTON,
Oli a ?N, R P.D No. 2
Pel, 9, 1905.
Here Yet.
WHEN YOU ARE IN NEED
-OF
T O M HST ON ES,
MONUMENTS,
Or anything ID my lino, don't
forget to call on mc, at my place of busi
ness near the Atlantic Coast Lino and the
Soaboard Air Li JU Passenger Depots, .
or write me. Designs and l'riees
furnished on application.
Phone No. 95.
llcspcctfu'ly
J W. McELWEE.
January 25. 1905.
Use Kiugans Opon Kettle Rori
dered Lard. Guaranteed good as
your home made at.
W. M. R?wo
m
1
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Bennettsville Phaririaoy.
The attention of the reading
public is cai led to the adver
tisement of this new Drug Store
now opened in the brick; buil
ding on Marion street. Every
thing new and fresh iu the lint s
usually c?rrioJ. Call and soe.
The new Seaboard Depot at
Cheraw is Hoon to be built.
STRAUSS & CO., ?
Spring Announcement I
WE row have on Display a Hcautitul linc n'SPBINtJ and SUM'
M kilt DRESS GOOPS, NOTRAVd, EMBROIDERIES and
NOVELTIES ol all descriptions whi/ri we are selling at prices to suit
every one.
We have a large HP?./I "the noted "Puritan Cor
sets. Every cor?=? 'S guaranteed to give pe?cet sat
sfaction. o',noney refunded.
yyc ,.3h to announce to our Pattern customers
tk? the price ol Butterick Patterns has been redu
ced to IOC, 15c and 20c-none higher. We carry a
full linc ol Patterns. If you a subscriber to the Dc
hncator, don't tail to subscribe at once, as it is now
the best Ladies Magazine on the market
Wc have just received lor Spring and Summer a
large stock ol the celebrated "BROWN SHOES "
for .Men. Ladies and Children. Every pair guaran
tied solid leather. We have them in all prices, irom
the cheapest to the Best. R you try one pair you
will afterwards wear no other. Give us a trial.
Wc are Headquarters in the CLOTHING ?inc
have a variety ol suits lor Men, Youths and boys
in pretty p lOerns at very low prices We also lake
orders tor 'made to measurer' Suits, represent the
International Tailoring Co, New YorkCiy. thc
largest tai o.-ing Establishment in the Ut i'ed States
Every suit is guaranteed to fit perlect, and hold its shape indefiitcly
.so pou take no chances when giving us the order.
ReSfefe?TcPIANOS and ORGANS, Also a supply ol choice sheet
music and Songs. w?h...we are selling at popular prices We still
sell Instruments on the easy p?ynrtf..v>'an. Come and see us.
Thanking you lor the lib?rai patronage of thc past aluV-injpg to
mci it a continuance ol same, we remain
Yours respectfully
AplG, 1905.
IntOoll
WE HANDLE BARGAINS TOO.
NO USE TO WORRY, BUT COMM RIGHT ON TO
E'S
CLAUDE [email protected]?
IF YOU T7^T^LKra?
Dry Groofs, Clothing, Shoes, .N otions ??r
And Fancy Groceries.
Bef Fresh Water Ground MEAL and HOMINY a specialty.
We Keep a full line in each Department and will (iii your Wants in each
! AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
WI -, ' ii iv tut; lo Town eal! and .-ec- '.?.-i. Phono 01 dom iii lown deli vert d
EjfilOF., aur1 gBt?s?aetion guaran teed, j
Call iii i jj seo ?;- -:Ne?i Dou-'Uia1 Dr Pf?; Stove,
/i
X AS'
hoi.
WI CE. j
.irr...! i.et to j
i Iii ....j ..... .. ... . upuu inUUQ L.t3 .
lucking to or in poc/Hcmon of the andar*
signed in Marlboro county either by walk
ing, fishing, bunting, bnulii fr, cutting, or
iMowing ?tock to run nt largo.
Katie H. McColl.
Jownh L. McColl,
J. W. Jacksou.
December. 27. 1304.
KILLED ACCIDENTALLY
While handling a gun that was out of
riler is usually tho story. Now. in
..ider to prevent accidental killing
md to be suro nud kill when you
A ant to, I have employed an expert
I Gunsmith from Charleston, S. C., who
has my gun repairing department in
?charge, We are prepared to do any
kind of line gun repairing in factory
irder. Give us a trial and you will
he convinced that we are prepared to
/ive you satisfaction in price, work
manship and promptness
S. J. PEARSON,
The Jewlcr.
- "We are headquarters for
Rutter and Cheese. We keep
nothing but the very best, and
guarantee both to suit you or
refund your money.
W. M. Rowe.
IP BROKEN HEARTS
could bo mended neatly, quickly and
thoroughly BB WO can repair jour Jo.widry,
ihcro would be no sorrow in tho wo?ld.
No matter whether it bo a watch, a ?lag,
a necklace or a
BARY PIN
dear from association needH repairing,
bring it to us, and it will bo mended ho
you cannot tull it from new. Our specialty
is Watch repairing. Bring it boru mid ba vs
it dono honestly, expertly and cheaply.
S. J. PEARSON,
One door North P. O.
* A FREE PATTERN/!
(yea 9 ow? MUCIIOB) to ty ty IMW I
foribor. OK!/ SC ?wu * yat. |
A LADIES' MAGAZINE.
A ?.mt bMntlltil colored pl tin | ttl.il
fwM9r.il drmmtklnf .lenonlw | IMIJ
fMk ; fcOUMBOM him .; (eilan, ?lt. lu?.
.or IV? to -?y, or, JJ fer lilt.? coy?.
Lady tj.at> wtr.i.d. Stud tat Un.-...
Btjllah. Rallabla, Himpla, Up-to
(late. Economical anil Abtoluttl?
PcrioctOrittlur Papar Patiorou.
MS CALL
^ BAZAR* L
7
O? NM? Allowed tni Pi rf oration
tb? Butha ti* lirilsi Vat*.
Ont? 10 and 1} cania aacb-nant fcla;*M,
Aak far lb<?v Sold tn n.trljr av.ry til?
aol Iowa, or by mall dora
THE MoCALL CO.,
liS-IIS-IIT Welt Snit St, NEW VOBM.
I-CENTRAL-I
BARBER SHOP.
Iam now botter prepared than ever In
please even thc most fastideous n
TONSORIAL WORK. I guarantee pntii
factiou in Shaves, Hair cutn, Shampoos
and Mitsanges. I liavo a new Eler.tr?:
Battory for inapsngen, and can trent .ho
fncea of Gentlemen rind Ladina in ii o
mont up to dato manner.
I solicit your patrooago
J. A. GRACE.
Marion street RonnottuviDe, K. C.
J. H, RUSSELL
HOUSE PAINTER
And Paper Hander,
Hard Wood Finisher, Be it Lend nt?]
Oil furnished. Est iii. a: es ehoei fully
given. All work (.Miara 11 toed tu lin
first-class.
The I.ussi'l Wagons.
Air. P. A. Fledges is opening n car
nf these durable wagons-(.110 it 11 d
Iwo-hnreo, every one of them guaian
teed against any defect in material
ur wormanship.
Town Tax Notice
THE Town Booka will bo opened for cob
ltction of taxe? on Hoal Estate and
Prtrsonal Proporty on October ist and clone
0? o 31 1904 after which tho penalty will
bu added and collected. Tho levy in ns fol
Iowa: I
Current Fx pc nf ca 15 eta on 8" 00 j
Int on H. It. Ronda 21 eta on $100
Sh king Fund R. R. S otB ou ?l0?
lut Electric Llght Bonds 14 eta on $100 j
Sinking fund E. L Bondn 4 ota on 8100 j
Total SQ ota on $100
By order of tho Connoil
MILTON MOLAURIN, Clerk.
Ht pt 21 I004.
R. T. BARFIELD,
UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER.
Carries in Stock
A full line of Coffins and Mctalic Caskets
all afos? ntid myles, from 84 to $490.
I have tbe Quest line of Cloth and Moulin
Caskets enrried by nny hoiino in S. O.
I-i tho lot is au exact duplicate of tho
Cnsko', in which President McKinley
?na laid to rent.
86?" Funerals servid with HEARSE nny
wherfl in tho county.
Albo a full lino of Disinfectant)*.
Phone 48 0?wi Day and AYr/fti
RHNNETTSVILLR, S. C,

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