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lr?, -el. BROWN - - - Editer
Friday Ootober 20, 1905.
Bl!_. . . . _ _
Subscription Priest
"Ono y oar.f 1.00
&ix months.BO
Three months.26
?OURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS
OCTOBKll TjBKM, 1905.
Tho Court of General Sessions con*
-yened Monday morning at 10 o'olock
-His Honor Judge Gary presiding.
The Grand Jury was promptly in
pl "Ci, and Solicitor Johusou soon had
4i uumber of bills ready, which after a
brief charge from His Honor, wero
turned over to them. Mr. Percy B.
JMooro, the loremnn for this year, is ?
*nan of business and with a strong jury
.knows how to despatch court work
"True bille" were found in all the
.casis gi von them, and by 8 o'clock on
Tuesday they com ph ted all tho work
aready, made their report and wen
-discharged. Their report will appear
?ext week.
The following members were drawn
to servo for 1906 : H. B. Freeman.
J, M. Jackson, I, A. Hamer, W. W
.Fartant, G. H. Welch, J. T. Buudy
Owing to sickness and other causes
.only 20 potty jurors woro available,
atm an extra vouiro had to bo sum
moned Tuesday.
Tho following canes havo been dis
?posed of to Thu rad ty noon :
Clayton Ferg 1 Harvy Reed,
?ehatged with '?ito Mr. Doc
Stanton's H' I d robbing
tho Same, v rt ... md guilty
:tu two
.orcd, who shot
? ' i ii, near Tatum rc
. ntl and though nbly
defended bv Hon. T.I.
lound guilty of assuult i\
a high and aggrivatcd na
d will not shoot so quick next
.ie gels mad with somebody.
Annie Rogers nnd Eliza Thomas,
colored, wont lo trial for stealing some
jewelry from Mrs Fred Douglas The
testimony wn? conclusivo, und they
found guilty-one for stealing anil thc
Other for helping to hide the goods.
None ol thc convicts have been sen
teuced yet.
.luke Jenkins, thu colored youth
-who shot and killed Sheridan MoKl'i"
lion, the well known colored b'ack*
smith' at Bunker Hill one uight last
month, went to trial Wednesday eve
ning, and tho case is still being heard
ns we go to press Thursday noon.
If Not A Member, WHY Not ?
1 wae sorely disappointed on my re
turn to Renncltsville to find tho Marl
boro Division not filled. Why so much
?... * .,*.*.>
V, li*) sin ii id lot* o'i? .?i<u.. eon i ."
?W?....J. plan ia ., land ......
thousands of ardent supporters over
our country. This division is compo
sod ol'excellent material and is in line
financial condition. See J. W. Bundy,
MoColl, J. B. Hubbard, Clio, Julian
Melauiiin Beiinettsville, or write J.F.
David and he will come to you nt your
home. T. W. Scruggs,
Gen'l Agent.
Moto And Better Service.
Postmaster K. M. Emanuel,
who has been hard at work get
ting ?p proof of the need of a
postal clerk on train No. 66 and
(57 that leave here at 8. p. m ,
and arrive at 7. a. m., so as to
give us better service in getting
and forwarding mail matter for
Beiinettsville has succeeded in
getting the department to put
on the service on these trains at
once. We return hearty thanks
?or his el?orts.
A Fine Exhibit.
' Dr. J. C. Davis of Drake, S. C.,
?hipped by Express Saturday a
pair of Berkshire pigs, one 6 and
tho other 12 weeks old, that wore
perfect beaut ?cs and a pretty ex
hibit ol Marlboro stock. Thc Doc
tor has about 150 more on his
farm. They aro easier to raise
than cotton and much less ox
pen se for tho ?nice-$35.
IN MEMORY.
J want lo say a few words about
our friend 0. B. Rogers. I knew
Clarence from boyhood, ? might
nay from childhood. If my mem
ory serves nie ! dont, think I ever
board bim Utter a word that he
could not have said in prcsenco of
a lady. Sonic know others do not
that ho was the youngest boy that
volunteered to go to Virginia dur
ing thc late war, and remained to
tho il nish. 1 know him well. Ho
Would not step on a worm, nor
stoop (o a king. Ho was honest,
sober, kind, virtuous, polite, brave
There is no uso saying any more.
Ho was a christian gentleman.
God is with you "Doc."
CAi*. I) a A KI;.
Got, 10, 1905.
Moot Him At Tho Fair
Mr. Ii. 1^- Dorsey Anchorage,
Ky., also proprietor ot Highland
Stock farm, has boen selected ex
pert judge at tho State Fair on
entilo and swine. Ho comos high
ly rocotnmo?dod, having been
president of ibo Kentucky State
Fair lor several years. Ho will
also baye some /ino Morgan colts
and short horn cattle for salo at
Columbia during Fair.
Tho splendid farm advertised
hy tho Messrs Ward located near
Fayetteville has boon sold io Ii
?j. Fate o? Rod Springs. j
\?trrW6 WORK.
Marrkul OD Tuesday eVenttitf lo
this town at tho residence ot tho
mother Mr?. Hoe lOaslerliug coruer of
King and Jennings Street, by Rov.
Bunyan MoLeod pastor of tho Pres*
byteriau church, Mr. Vance Tatum,
a popular A. C. Line agent at War
ren, N. C., aud Miss Pattie Faster
ling, for years the popular bookkoep*
or for BenucttsviUo and .MeOoll Mills.
Only tho immediate rolations of tho
family anti a few invited guest were
prisent to witness tho ceremony.
After tho ctn ninon v and hurried
congratul.thurn, carriages in waiting
o mvoyed tho happy couple aud friends
to tho A. C. L depot, whom thoy took
the 7 40 north bound train for Fay
etteville, en route to their homo An
old shoe was tied to her trunk, aud
showers ?frico fell on both as thoy
. Inparted with tho well wishes of all.
Tho bride received many handsxno
and uno 1'uI prosonts from thoso who
o ily learned of tho surprise but a few
hours boforo.
Marriod in this towu on Tuesday
October 17, 1905, by Rov. Bunyan
MoLeod, pastor of tho Presbyterian
church, Mr. J. B. Carlton and Miss
S. 10. Macoi, of Asheboro, N. C.
A Now Enterprise.
Mr. W. P. Breeden, Jr., has
purchased an interest witht W.B.
McDonald in tho Roof Paint busi
uoBH and thoy will manufacturo tho
well known McDonald Roof Paint
boro in Bonnottsvillo. Good luck
to tho boys I
._L_?- J
dioico Seed Corn
Mr. T. D. McCall brought us Wed
nesday a stalk of tho now noted coin
"known ns the "McCall Prolific," va
riety. This corn is not only noted for
being prolific, but for its whiteuoss aud
sweetness-making tho finest tablo
hominy and meal. It has from 4 to 0
mus on a sta k. Thc stalk seut us is
from Mr McCall's Dundee Farm, su
pin intended by Mr. Thoa. McLcndon,
who has 15 acres ready to harvest.
LITTLE THINGS TELL..
A curious experiment was wit
nessed in a gnu factory. A great,
bar of steel, weighing live hundred
pounds and eight feet in length,
was .suspended vertically by a very
delicate chain. Near at band wu?
also suspended a common bottle
cork by rt silk thread. The pur
pose was te show that the cork
could set tho steel bar in motion.
It scorned impossible. The cork
w as swung gently against the steel
bar and tho steel bar remained mo
tionless. But it was done again
and again for ten minutes, and lo!
at thc end of that time the bar gave
evidence of feeling uncomfortable;
a sort of a nervous chill ran over
if TVn minnb . V !.' t i nd " -
x\o infill in nullity oiiou^u in mo
own energy of will to feel secure, if
he i? exposed to a constantly re
peated influence of evil. Thc con
stant beating of a rain drop has
often worn a bole in a stone, and
thc constant bearing of low views
of honesty, of virtue, or spirituality
though at first offensive and oppos
ed, bas in the end taken away many
a man's vigor and snapped the
strength of many a Christian.
Commonwealth.
- You will not dread the sound
ofthe fire bell if you have an in
surance policy on furniture,
goods, store or residence with J.
S. Moore.
duras Coldsi Prevents Pneumonia
fi?>" Don't forget that I have a nice
large Refrigerator in which to keep
Huller, Cheese, Lard. Fi nits and all
perishable goods fresh and cool during
the Bummer months. W. M. Bowe
WARMING NOTICE.
ALL persons arc warned against troapiiBH
iny in any mauser, upon any of my land
or lamia under my control, cither by walk
lng, riding, cutting, hauling, hunting, Anh
ing, grazing atocle, or otherwise, under the
donal ties of tho law,
Oct 18 1905. S, P, WRIGHT.
FOR SALE I
Parlies in want of iirsl class
Lumber can get it, from
A. J. .TONES,
Oct I?. Blenheim, R. F. D. 1.
ENLARGED PICTURES.
Don't fail to ace or write mo before placing
your ordern for your POIITUAIT WOIIK.
With nearly 4 years experionoo and rep.
rcHcnting ono of the bent Chicago Co'a.,
1 um prepared to nuit you. High gtnilo
woik a Hpecialty. Rospeotfully
J. F. PEBLE, McColl, ti. 0.
Boforo buying Life Insurance in
vest iga to the Annual Dividend poli
cies of the "Penn Mutual." Instead
of paying the saino thing for 20 years
let your Dividends lessen your prom*
innis each year. Wo nan anvo you
front $.'! to $7 oil each thousand.
Perfection in Life Insurance.
Crosland & Tyeou,
"Thc Insurance Men."
- See my stock of Tobacco -
cheap by the box. E. Powers
E. O, MORRISON,
nr. 11.cn i s -
Electric il and Plumbing Supplios.
Electric Lamps a Spooialty.
flfUfiaf/c)' fit;/ ICI eel riv riant.
Phone 114, PcnnottHville, ti. 0.
JJW>"" Itcport all trouble with tho linos or
Htroot lights to thc above.
BUD lu Tb Klug.
EDfr?ft MARLBORO DEMOCRAT i
Dear Sir-I eond ho?owitk u stator?ouc
J in reference to yield of tba ootton tho oeod
of which i bavo been soiling mid planting
for several years :
1213 IbB. of scod cotton gluood At tho
gin of Driggora Bros., near Olio, and wolgh
od by thom. Tho balo was woighod again
at filio by Mcsftr? H. K, Mein tyro and C.
II. Woodloy publio woighora and woighed
'')?!() lbs. net, making un nvorago of 45 lbs
Liut to tho hundred pouoriu sood cotton,
ltospootfully, 1?. H. STUBBS.
t&" Samples of tho sood can bo soon nt
Tho Dcmcorat Olllco.
Insure your (jin Houses and con
touts wiih Crosland & Tyson. They
huyo low rates in (Jin lionnes "a word
to tho wiso ?R sufficient.
Phono 212.
CROSLAND & TYSON.
"Tho Insurance Mon."
WANTED-A 4 or 5 llorso FARM.
Will take on Sharon or Rent, nnd will rout
Htook und feed. AddroHu "Q."
.' Caro of ''Democrat,'' Rcnnettsvillo,
DH. Finn's ToHtimony Intorostlng.
Dr. Thomas Finn, ol Roonshoro, Mo.,
who has practiced medicine for 32 years,
says he has used every perscription
known to the protession lor treatment
of kidney and Bladder disease, and says
he has never found anything so effec
tive in both chronie and acute kidney
and bladder trouble as Foley's Kidney
Cure. It stops irregularities and builds
.ip the whole system.
A full lino of II J. Heinzs Co.
Pickles Preserves, Kotchups, Sa?
cos, Jollies &c. at
W. M. Rowe's.
A Fearful Fate
Il is a fearful late lo have lo endure
tho terrible turtum of Files "I can truth
fully pay," wiites Henry (.'olson, of
Musouvillo. Ia-, "that for Blind, Bleed
ing. Itching and FtotrUding Piton. Buck"
len's Arnica Salve, is thc best cure
made." Also best for cuts, binns and
injuries. 2f>c nt J. T. Douglas Druggist.
MEN PAST BIXTY IN DAN OKU.
More than half of mankind over sixty
years of agc suiter from kindey and
bladder disorders, usually enlargement
ol prostate gland. This is both painlul
and dangerous, and Foley's Kidney
Cure should be taken at the first sign ol
danger, as it corrects irregularities and
has cured many old men ol tins disease
Mr. Rodney Burnett, Rock Port, Mo.,
writes; "I suffered with enlarged pros
tate gland and kidney trouble lor years
and aller taking two bottles of Foley's
Kidney Cure 1 lcd 'netter than I have
lor twenty years, although 1 am now QI
years old " Foi S ile by Rcnncttsvllle
Pharmacy,
.-. -. -
JaW In orel er to make room,
we will sell two Square Piano's
at Sacrifice, come at once.
Strauss & Co.
TO THE PUBLIC.
I beg to inform my patrons and publio
M .? , i," .-. <:-. Ai,i ,..,?
? t r< And -ni M ' ; !'- 1 . ob tn
.. to ike 1.? '...,0 o M iv ? \\f. .'A yv. i?L
. , is inn - o in'< , .. '.- 7 lu'nTn?ynr
?
itopuir vvoiK uuu ui iiiipioviug yoUi --^
igut. Come and foe mc
S, J. PEARSON,
The Jewler.
For tho present my Bicycle
and (Jun Shop will bo located in the
Market building, where my man will
be glad lo seo you nnd lill orders.
Ready for Your Orders.
Tho Clio Novelty MTg Works will
get up your Bill for Flouting, Ceiling,
Uer mane Siding Ar. Weatherboarding,
as veil as your House I ri minings
Door, Sash, Blinds, dribs nud Man
tles, promptly and cheaply. ?Soe them
for anything in the building line llie^
will save you money.
The State of Sou Hi [Carolina,
County ol Marlboro- Court Common
Pleas.
HENRY C. HERRING, Assignee, Plalu'ff.
-against
Thomas Smith and Ceorgo F, A viager,
Dofondnnts,
Copy Summons tor Relief,
(Complaint not Served.)
To thc Defendants, Thoma? Smith and
Qeorgo F. Avingorj
You arc Hereby Summoned and Re
Quired to nnswnr tho complaint in thin uo
linn, which iu hied in Ibo offtoo nf Ute Olork
of tho Court of Common Plon? for tho said
county in Haid Stute, and to servo a copy
of your answer to tho enid complaint on
tho subscriber at his ellice in Bonnottsvlllo
South Carolina, within twenty days after
tho Hervico boroo!, exclusivo of tho day of
mich servico ; and if you fail to answer thc
complaint within tim time aforesaid, the
pluintiff in this notion will apply lo tho
Court for Hie rollof dcin.unlod iii t!ic com
plaint.
Dated September 27, A 1) , 1005.
T. W. BOUCillRIt,
Plaintiffs Attorney.
To tho Dofondant Thomas Smith :
Yon will please lake UOtico that tho
SummoiiH and Complaint in this action has
boon (lied tho oili?O of the Olork of the
Courtof Common Ploas for Marlboro county
this tho 27th day ol' September 1005, and
that ut the expiration of tito limo heroin
named in this summoiiH judgment will he
domauded in accordance with 'lie prayer
of tho Complaint.
T. W. HOI'(JIU KU,
Plaintiff's Kilt
Kept 29, 1905,
r.
Bcnnettsville, S. C.
VOil H itt NT.
ON IC Three horso Karin about a mili!
from tho town ol Hod Springs, in good
I otate of cultivation. Unod ('raino house
and other improvements
Ono Three horse farm about one half
mile from thc town ol' hurnborton, In a
high state of cultivation
One Four horso fbrm in tho lower oral
of Robeson noiiniy, on !$hou Hool Creek?
about <S miles below Maxton and about ?
milos from. Rowland.
Will lent any of thosi? farms for tho
your IQOfli und fur a lunger period to par
tics who nro recoin men.led as real gund
fanners. For further information
Apply to Ai W. MrfjRAtfi
Oct fi, huniborton, N. C.
Baking Powder
Food made With ttluvn
baking powder cari ies a Wm
to the stomach un? K C!.
Scientists have \ ? ly
demonstrated this and Hat
such food is par !
gestible and unheaItbfuL
aERK'Ts
STATIC OF SOUTH C.
County of Marlboro-Cu.
uiou Picas.
RonuuT 0. Coxu, aa Admin ti
Personal Property and Ht
Jame? B, Coxo, doo'd, Pit
against
Annie M. Covington, Claro
Elisabeth Mob. Coxo, nu i
?o., nod othera, D?fendu'
Com?>htint for Parti/ton,
ReU.f.
BY Virtue of an Oidor di
above ontitlod notion, )
?do beforo Ibo court IIOUHO [fl (?on
nottavillo, nt public outcry
Momliiy in Novombor next, d
boars of Bale, tho following
parcels or trncta of land,
couuty of Marlboro in the 8
Unit ia to any :
( i ) All that certain traot
ns "TUB TKKUBIII? FIIU.I
Thirteen Hundred (1300) A
locH, bounded North by lar I
Evana, (known nB tho Lfiml
by landa of L. B, Carrigan
McLeod Place), and South
landa of Hnid L. E. Carrigan
(2) All that other cortnii
known nu "CANE PABTUR,
Ono Hundred (loo) AorcR,
bountied North hy landa of /
(known na Btior Field), and 1.
rind on all other H?IICH by tho 1
Uiver.
(3) All that other coi tain
known as "GUM SWAMI''' 01
containing Fifty 150) Acres,
hounded North hy landa of A
.'DuPreo Place,'' East by 1
Wino, and South and Wea
JIUUMB O'Neal.
Torma of Sale-Oao Hal
balance on a credit of twelve
dato of Silo, tho credit porti
terell from ?aid date, nay
er i mi cr ot UKI i u tviiuiu tu
inila, to bo ro?Bold on the
Mibauquont oaloailay nt tho
jun chimer or ptirohnadra,
or purchaaora to pay for all
pw H,
SiU'b pleini.-es are Hold
grant of tho Umbel thereon
Ooxu, deecaaed, during bia 1
J. A DU.
Clerk Ci
Bcnnottevlllo, s 0., Oet 1
NOTICE ?F FINAL Di*
Estate of Geo. W. \
WAVING riled in thc Pr<
.M. oflice ol Marlboro Co
return as administrator ol
Rstate of George W, Tayl
Notice is hereby given that
to s.iid (.'om i lor a final du
il.ivs hom tliis dali: as
aldu s lid, (',, W. \\
?jt 25, 1905.
rr--T-1-i i n II iniimm^ii
Nolico of Dissolution of Cr
THE co1-partnership beret
between tho undersigned
lice of law ha? thia ?lay bee
mutual eonacnt. Any pcr?<
dcm and againat the linn ia
present Hame for payment w
iliirty daya to T. I. ltogorn,
I liiuu: bu.dncsa in lite Hame 01
! Qrand retiring tu open an oil
m Hie McCall Brick Kow.
those Indebted to na to muk
toon an practicable,
T. l. 1
J. W.
September 25 IQO$
Wea li ICycN Mudo
by Hnyhig UH tJ Pit j on r
with a Jinir of Pure Crysta
We guaratiloo to mi! y 11 <
mu ey d.i.I'M our pl.n
Plii l'S are the Limiest 00]
(lrat*olaea work,
SAM .J. PE
JV'AVKbklt AND
iv rniaceritly loo ned at
i 1\ K N N KTTN v rLT, i
Tho Ncwto'ii Pills.
Those great blood
romola tors nr? kn
Marlboro. Ker the < u di
ol' his customers ho
low boxes at (bis ( I
they can gol them.
THE GREATER
S?AT? FAIR.
Evoryono is Going to Attend
tho Ono Great State
Reunion.
'Ube Dar ut Prosper lt jr io br c*lrbri?t*U.
Th? Tldluu? liront Columbi* (or ?Ur.
lo lr OM Outobt'r Ut io 'ft, In vi ns Iv*-.
ChCMp Hut? li.
With thc continued prosperity
that is now blessing ibis State there
is every indication I hat thc State
Fair for 1905 will lc more largely
attended than ever bc?ore in ils his
tory. Last year the South Carolina
State Agricultural and Mechanical
Society celebrated its annual Fair
at its new home in the southern su
burb of Columbia. As is usually
the case, lhere were some little de
tails that could not be finished for
thc holding of thc last Fair, but
President C.uignard bas bad a full
year in which to have all of these
lough spols smoothed out, and the
outlook is that never before in its
history will thc State bair have a
more suceeesful Fair than that
which is to be held here on October
24th, 25th, 26th, and 27th, inclusive.
Thc inquiry for space at thc
grounds, as well as from small ex
hibitors, indicate a very general ap
?neeiation of thc value of such cx
libits. A great deal of interest is
being shown in thc mechanical de
vices for usc in agricultural pur
suits. From thc inquiries that have
been received there will be quite a
nt?'tiber of labor-saving devices ex
hibited, and, of course, all up-to
date fariucrs want to see these
things.
There is, however, a far more in
teresting phase of the State Fairs
than thc mere exhibits in thc build
ings on thc ground, and that is the
opportunity for intercourse between
the people of thc State that thc
State Fair ?fters.
Mr. C. B, Hubbard is closing
?ut his tiro salvage floods tit and
.clow cost. ('all at once and
*et bargains.
-WfflM
I
I Valuable E
- TNOLTJ
Timber Land
Farm L
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SP October 19, I90?.
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IC arc now in the Store
and Miltie's Store,
"W7 X3CI33
We are prepared lo serve 0
Everything in a wei
\ ?nt for WILEYS' CANDY.
We solicit your patron
? BEN NETT VIL]
M u. ?.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
I OT I OK in hereby ?ivon that tho Pall
Torin of tho Court of Common IMoni.
for Marlboro County will convene nt Bon?
. ot (millo Moudny November 20, 1905, nfc
io o'olook, n. m. All pontons lutereotcd
will tiiko duo notlco thoroof. tl rand jurors j
are not required to attend.
J. A. DRAKE,
Oct 13, 1905. 0 '5. C. P.
HURRY UP ORDERS.
KRHONS wanting the "BHKEDEN
FcbDlNO STALK CUITBII" on
Truck NV heels will pienso put in their
orders at once, aa 1 shall make only a.
limited number. Otherwise orders
may not bo filled when wanted.
Shall carry Cutters for wagou whoelsi
alno. W. M. RitKKnr.N,
Bonoettsvillo, H. C., R.F.D. 4.
Oct 18, I OOO.
NOTICE.
OPENING OF .SCHOOLS.
AU. tho Public Softools In Marlboro co ,
which have not yet opened, will open;
OH Monday Ootobcr 30, or nu HOOII thereiif
ter UM practicable.
Tho County Bllporlnteudoiit's oHioo will
bo open every day from 10 a. Ul., to 3 p.
m., for two week*, from October 23d to!
Novombor .j. Af toe that tl? to tho offloo ]
will bo opon as ubini, on Monday and Sat- j
urdny of each week while tho public hChooltf?
.ire in HCHH?OII, \
W. D. STANTON,
Ohm'n Co. Hoard of Eduoatlou, j
Oot 7, I9?S 3
WANTED.
I dosi re to rout about 100 to 12f>
acres good farming land with good
rosine nco on same.
Address "PER DKI:,"
Cit?v? tif TlAmanMl
\-*<i\ \J wi I i ii'i lill,
RonnetUville, 8. C.
Thc faltad mn m alway*
cheaper for the State Fair than at
any other ti;,?e, ami more people
come to Columbia during* Fair
Week than during any other of the
fifty-two weeks of thc year. In fact,
pretty much everybody who is any
body iu South Carolina is here dur
ing Fair Week. Relatives, friends
{end acquaintances from ai! paru
of the State gather in Columbia to
talk alxmt the joy* and sorrows' Q?
the year, and to join in thc festivi
ties. It is the one week that is given
up almost entirely by the people of
the State towards having a good
time, and the family gatherings and
reunions that have already been
planned for the coming Fair Week
all go to show that this custom at
each succeeding Slate Fair is being
more emphasized than ever.
One of the particular attractions
for a great many folks will be the
fact that the 650 cadets of Clemson
College will bc encamped herc dur
ing tile entire Fair Week. They
will give dress parades and drills
each day while here, and will have
ample time in which to mingle with
their friends.
A great many people in this
State now arc taking a keen interest
in football. Two of thc best gaines
of the year are played here during
each Fair Week. In OIK* of these
gaines the team of the South Caro
lina College participates, and in the
other Clemson College engages.
Both of these teams are strong and
manly, and two exciting games arc
to be expected.
The southern territory is devel
oping a very strong horseracing
field. More and better horses arc
brought here to participate in thc
races. The finest racetrack in this
territory is at the State Fair
Grounds, and it bas been estab
lished at a considerable expense
livery comfort for thc patrons ns
well as for thc fine racers has been
provided.
The city of Columbia, in addition
to extending a cordial welcome to
thc visitors, has arranged for free
street attractions. Even if there
were no free street attractions, the
people of South Carolina ought not
to mies the chance of meeting their
fiiends from all parts of the Stat?
m Columbia on October 24th, 25th,
2&h, it'd 2"lb, inclusive.
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Leal Estate
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D
acco Lands,
SOLICITED.
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MOVED. 1
s Room Between Isaaosohns
FL 23
ur Customers with
Kept Drug Store.
age.
/E PHA^MASY,
MATTHEWS, Mgr,
I
PROPERTY OWNERS
PAINT YOUR ROOFS.
I>OCN Your Hoof Leak V
IN Your Hoof Rusty If
Preserve Your Shingles and Pro
tect Your Roofs by Using
w. JAY MCDONALD'S
Patent Fire, and Waterproof
Cement Roof Paint.
Acknowledged by the known world to l?o
tho only Absoluto Protector of Hoofs,
Guaranteed to mop ovory Lenk.
Endorsed throughout tho United .Staten by
those who lu*vu unod lt for 15 year?.
Every gallon ?old guaranteed.
Wo either eontrnot your work or HOII JOH
the Paint and Cement.
Our Paint and Leak Cure Cement, whoo
properly applied, will mako a Hoof abso
lutely Wutor Tight and Huat Proof.
Equally good for Tin, Metal, Shingles, or
Corrugated Iron, Felt and Gravel Iljofs.
Painting Hoofs of Publio Buildings
a Specialty.
GIVK us Youn PATHOS AUK AU Work
Guaranteed
l i?* Special Pcloes by the Darrel.
Call On J. T. Douglas, Bonnottavillo
or .-illili. : .!
McDonald Roof Paint Co., Sumtor,S.C.
Sept, I, 1905,
FOR SALK.
ATU ACT OF LAND OLA milo and a half
East of Odo, containing Sixty noven
(07 j) and one-hair norcH -50 in cultivation
and Um balance can bo easily Oloarfd,
(?und dwelling liotlfte Two tenant I1OU8O8
and oilier neoewmry out buildings, Price
$60 per aero, giving tho privilege for any
higher bids. For loller particulars seo or
write T. l). DIUGGEK8,
August 23, 1905. Clio, 8. C.
-- J, T. Douglas is agent for
tihe McDonald Roof Paint.
?l^",-~. t-.v~.? -J VUlmU.MrfW/u^WH.H^.?. .
?rosta v. ?Doim?
Practical Pharmacist and Dealer in
g%c? fljrugs and patent-J^edicin
cf3
es.
T
WE ?LSn CARRY
k PAINTS, O?LS,
f BRUSHES of nil kind?,
X VARNISH nod STA I NH,
$ PREPARED PAINTS,
M??iuBJujti, arvMUJSfS, ? WINDOW GLASS,
STATIOKAltYanti SUPPLIES Y LAMPS, SHADES, EtO.
FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO, t
STA NDA ltl> MEDICINES,
CHEMICALS,
TOILET and Fancy Article*,
PE11EUIIMEIIY, SOAPS,
IS lt (/SUES, SCONCES,
?oy- Prescriptions carej'aUy co/npoi?nded al all houi s
arid gaaranteed to be of the Purest JJrags and at
reasonable prices.
A full line Garden Seed & Onion Sets.
Thankful for punt pulronngo yours for n pro&pcrouA now year.
J. T, DOUGLAS,
Jaamny 1, VJ?->.
AT TBS Ol?? STAND
WE HANDLE BARGAINS TOO.
NO USU TO WORRY, BUT COMM RIGHT ON TO
CLAUDE MOORE'S
YOU -W"u3L3SrO?
Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, JM otions ** *
And Fancy Groceries.
Freeh Water Ground MEAL nod HOMINY a spuoialty.
Wo Keep a full line in each Department and will lill your Wauts in each
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
When you come to Town call and seo us. Phone orders in town delivered
FREE, and satisfaction guaranteed.
Call and soo us-Noar Douglas1 Dru?; Store.
BENNETTSV1LLE HARDWIRE CO.,
-3E3Le4Etc3Lc^xxci,x*t;eDr?s;
FOR HARDWARE Ol? TORY ])|{8CRH}TI0N.
WE ARE NOW OPENINU UP ONE OF THE LARGEST
and NICEST LINES OF
Buggies and Harness
EVER OFFERED ON THIS MARKET.
WP also hnVb a Lnvgu . rook of
'T?$T e$k ??''%>$'?jO%T$**? -
... UAH i^io mut are therefore in position to make
You very Close Prices,
SEE VS BEFORE J! J) Y TNG IT WILL PAY YOU.
You will always find om- Mr. Throop Crosland at
our Repository, on north side ol Public Square, who
will gladly show you our lines and MAKIO CLOSEST PRICE
POSSIBLE.
Very reaped fully
July 20, 1905.
Our TSTG-STV- Line
-THE DIRECT WAY
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JSTOIR-'X'TT,
BAST
SOUTH'
M BENNETTSVILLE & CH ER AW R. R.
51
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AND
AIR LINE RAILWAY.
Loavo Bonnottsville *7.05 a. m., 7.00 p. m.
Arrive Choraw 8.10 p. m.
DAILY KXvEFT SUNDAY.
* Direct connections at Choraw with through trains to
P tho North, East, South and Weet.
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The short line and quickost tiuio to Wihnineton, Charlotte Atluotu,
Raleigh, Btohuiond, Washington, Ballimore, Philadelphia, New York,
Boston, Buffalo, Pittsburg and ali points North and East.
Thc fchort linc and quickest time to Columbia, Savannah, .Iiieksonvillo,
Tampa. Montgomery, Now Orleans and all points South and Wost.
Poi furtho.r information call on J. T. MEDLIN, agent Bennettsvillo &
Oheraw H. H.. Hennettsvillc.S. C., or address ll. L. BUlUtOUGHS
T. P A., SEABOARD AI? LINE RT., Columbia. S. C.
0HARLI5S V. STEWART, A. 0. P. A., S.A.L, Ry, Savannah, Ga.
?mew
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FOR HORSES ?ND MOLEIS ONLY
SMITH NEWTON, Bennettsville, S. 0.
MCCOLL DRUG CO., MOCOU S? O.

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