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0. A. Blt OWN - - - Editor
Friday July ? 13, 1906.
Ono y oar,.5 1.00
Bonnier Tillman linn accepted tho invi
tation of tho Oouuty Exooutlvo Committoo
and willaddroBS thu propio nt Bonnottovillo
on Monday July i6th, Inst. AU uro invi
ted to attend and hoar him.
J. N. DRAKE,
Bcuoottflvillu, S. C., July io, 1906.
OHERAW DATE ?HANGED
Senator 13. ll. Tillman for good
reason han had tho dato at Oheraw
changed to Tuesday, July 1*7th.
Tho Candidates for Congress
from 5th District aro also to speak
on that day.
Wo have arranged with tho rail
ronds for roduced ratos. Speaking
to begin at 10 o'clock and continue
through tho day.
Horse racing and Baso Ball aro
also features of tho doy.
Everybody invited to como,
T. F. Malloy,
13. F. Pogues,
W. D, Evans,
Committee of Citizens
' ON THE WING.
BY AN OIJU COHRBSrONUBNT,
In traveling through tho hill
country of good old South Curo
lina for tho past two weeks, J
thought that 11 letter would he of
interest to sonic of your readers.
J have traveled through !> or 10
counties since leaving home, part
ly hy rail and partly by private
conveyance, but 1 have not seen
anything that will compare with
grand old Marlboro, except the
terrific peals of thunder t hat echo
and reecho over the hills and val
leys Of Edgelield county, the homo
county of J3en Tillman. I don't
blame him to run for Governor
if it thundered while he lived there
like it does now. If I had to live
in the hill country among rho rocks
and rattle snakes, where the clouds
are ten times blacker, with a red
fringed edge and the lightning leap
ing from rock lo rock and hill to
hill, with all the colors and shapes
of a Cl?nese ian, I would get out
from there, if I had to run tor Gov
ernor to do it. I would almost ask
- 4i... n""v,i of Onntrnl
hiao ii nd I li i ! ?
tee, J was asked hy several ol'your
readers why 1 didn't pray for my
self, 1 thought while down there
this crowd needed ii most. But 1
am sonny to say that TILLMAN
doesen't need il up here, anti as I he
clouds are blacker and the thunder
louder up here J just cul Tillman
out and made a specialty of myself,
j.vox, LUMPKIN and ANSEL', and, I
hope we will all bc elected, if hot
in this world, in a better one.
J made a trip through the peach
ridge section of S. C-acres and
acres of line peach orchards greet
the eye, loaded with the finest fruit.
Cantaloupes are shipped in largo
quantities from this section, while
there is a very large acreage in
Asparagus. This is certainly a line
.section of S. C., I aili speaking now
of'part of Lexington, Saluda and
The crops in this country arc bad
ly damaged by rain and grass. There
cannot possibly be anything like a
full crop made.
I go from here in a few days to
Fort Motto, where 1 will see tho
Peterkins' and Ilcnegan, of our
(anility, with whom I hope to break
bread and eat fried chicken. Will
let you hear from ino again later
Oil, if I succeed in "breasting tho
waves and facing the storm.M
There is a bi^ black cloud in
sight now, hut this Hotel is full
of drummers, I hope (hey will till
have seiiso enough not to cuss un
til the clouds go by,
J. 1*\ Modi I.V HAY.
lionel. ST, Jofllii'll, Ofangolmrg.
July 5, lyon.
Tho Only Oreed Roi) ni roil.
The General Assembly of the
Presbyterian church adopted a very
remarkable resolution, ll is as fol
lows: Thal in tho Presbyterian
church no acceptance ol doctrine of
thc church is required beyond per
sonal faith in Jesus Christ SK tho
?Son of God and thc Saviour of tho
world, and sincere acceptance of
Him as 1 iOl'd and Muster." The
Adoption of this resolution indi
cates thcoxistancoand growth of a
more liberal spirit in tho Presby
SUNDAY GAMBLERS CAUGHT,
On Sunday night last about I I -
JiO Chief Kelley and policeman
Wiley Atkinson riadod a colored
gambling ho uso and captured
five-two getting away but their
.names aro known und they will
have to como hack and pay their
<luo8 to the town. Tho live were
brought before tho Mayor Monday I
lifter noon and ouch sentenced to
^>ay a flue pt $10.
Portraying the Wonderful Growth
and Prosperity of this Hustiing
A Trip iii tho Country.
Editor DE?(OORAT-Bdoioeed pleaso
find one dollar ior ono year's subscrip
tion to your paper, v/hich ?een.? to bo
gaining popularity with its ngo as
UiUoh us any paper in lite south.
And, at this writing, pardon ino for
complimenting tho farraiug clns3 of
people of this community, especially
in the Rod Bluf! towuship. I have
just returned, this morning from the
fine plantation owned by tho Hon. J.
L. McLaurin of your town, operated
hough by Mr. B. F, Stanton, ono of
us staunch and up to?duto fnrmors as
wo find anywhere.
I am recoutly from the capital of tho
Stato, which travel gavo mo ample
opportunity of soeiug much of tho op
orations of tho farmers, and 1 say with
safety that Mr Stanton is far in ad
vance of anything I have soon, and
remembering that it takes no ordinary
man to manipulate or dispatch with
such easo and accuracy as this man
doce with tho 15 horse farm which
come daily under his directions and
'2bT> acres of cotton as clean as my
front yard, and 5)0 acres in corn which
bids fair alroady, on 'ho Gtli of July,
tor a lino crop ; 00 acres in oats all
harvested nicoly ami tho stubble BOWn
in peas. Mr. Stanton's futuro bids
fair for fortune, ns his motto is to make
jany farm self sustaining. Ho h. s a
plenty of liuo oats stacked in the field
for tho want of house room, and has
pion ty of ponvino hay to soil from last
Tho only thing 1 reali/.od as a fi
nancial inonstrocity, was in winding
up al tho gin house, und learning from
Mr. S. that it was not insured against
destruction by fire ; and whoo 1 go up
te your town, Mr. Brown, 1 hope to
?meet Mr. Mclaurin and show bim
that by being highly recommended by
several of tho tony element of this
county, I havo boen intrusted with tho
agency of the Piedmont Mutual Insu
rance Co., of Spartauburg, S. C , who
insure G Minerie * al one-fourth the
price of any "old lino company.
M. J COVINGTON.
Clio, July <>, HlOli.
DOTS F KO.H CHESTERFIELD.
Mr. Kditor-1 must give, you a few dota
from this county. Crops arc looking lino
hut thc rains ol' lato have damaged both
com and colton, but il didn't hurt old
man '"crab." Wc liad July 1st tho rain
of thc season--sonic say 2 hours and 15
minnies, but I know not how (ruo, as I
was in dreamland and my mind Occupied
with other things.
1 would liko to know what is the mat
ter with our Marlboro boys, they aro not
looking ofter thc candidates like they
should. Chesterfield has 19, Anson 13,
Union 30 Thero aro 8 out foi Clork ol'
Court and 6 for Shoriff.
We arc having a ''hot time" with ?on
oral green, and I must tell thc boys some
of the latest. Ono young larmer says ho
turned 25 bead ol' geese in his field, and
thc ring loader after looking about How
Un OU a ellimo .>".' -r' ",T " ' j
.... -~ OUCUutOUi it iiiullCB
long and 10 round, and a .squash 2 i long
and 13 round. Who can beat that?
Mrs Edith O eward loll Satur lay via
Wadesboro to visit ber son, J. H., near
.Mt (Jiloiid. N, C.
(j reen peas and berries plentiful,
With best wishes
July ,r?, 1900 A Marlboro Hoy.
Mr. Editor-As w~ have about con?,
ijucrcd "general croon" and getting a fine
rain to cool off the air, wc will try to give
you a lew dots from our section.
Crops generally good, especially corn,
now being laid by. No caudidatcs have
visited us yet.
Thc protracted meeting at Bethlehem
begins next Sunday night and the young
chicks all scared looking ibr tho preacher
IO como when they will bo slaughtered.
Wc notice in last week's Democrat the
uinouncoinont ol' Mr. P A. Hodges for
he Senate. Hurrah for Phil I
Thc old coal burner, C. P. Hodges, in
lill at his post looking after' his many
crtilo farms and mercantile business, an 1
ias no time to sparc in politics. May he
io will consent to give thc boys a pull on
ho next round.
Mr. .1 T. Briginan has an acre of the
[liest corn seen, and on a spot ol' land
vhero we have never soon anything grow
xcopt nulgrass. He is a ''cracker jack"
armer. Mr. l<\ W, Lindsay has the best
ot ton crop in lower Brownsville We
iavo not seen P. KS. Lindsay's acre corn
ait from reports Mr. Briginan loads,
Mr. (Jus Carter of upper Brownsville
i.is 5 acres planted in the old yellow pop
oin that is uno. Ho says bo cm readily
ell it at $1.50 per bushel, and can make
carly as much per acre as of thc t?ig cob
om. Co ii dus !
Thc writer had thc pleasure of meeting
is old friend Dr. Hale on tho dib. The
o'.tor is looking woll.
Miss Lou whittington spent Sunday
i'.h Miss Kita Carah,).
Look out, Mr Coward, you have ho
'arl and .Jones lo bollier you this time,
ul you have an old soldier behind you
ult can use. a gun you bot; But wo have
ira urcd you ami lind that you measure
ii inches to tho yard and 12 io thc fool,
July 9, '06. C. II. J,
FIND IT FOR ME
Lost--A red back leather mom*
randnm book containing ti largo
umber of accounts for wood and
orh and memorandums of ser
ine. Tho hook J'H of no valuo to
?ly ono else, but in worlli money
? nui. I will appreciate the ro
ten of tho hook to me and will
ty tho above mentioned reward.
T. A. ODOM
Bonnottsville July LO, 1900.
3 Suro And Road J t.
<)u our first pago you will find
mator Tillman's first speech in
is campaign. Poad if carefully
id you will bo better nblo to ap
oc?ate tho speeches hero on tho
| Wo koop tho best oranges
d lemons all summer
W. M. Bown.
We oller One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case ol Catarrh that can
not he cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. (JllKNKY & Co-, Toledo, O,
We, thc undersigned, have known F
J Cheney lor thc last 15 years, and be
lieve him perlectly honorable in all bush
ness transactions and llnancially able to
car;y out any obligations made by his
firm. WALD IN KINNAN & MARVIN,
\Viioiea..le Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
?acpng directly upon the blood and mu.
'cous surlaces ol thc system. Testimon
ials sent Iree. Price 7f>c, per bottle. Sold
by all druggists.
Take Hail's Family Fills lor Constipa
I wish to notify my patron* ns well
as any who desire insurance, that du
ring my absence, Mr. T. K McCall ot
McCall-Weatherly Co., will carefully
attend to my insuranco business.
Deeply appreciating as I do tho
kindness ami as in both, tho impor
tance of watching alter the intorcst of
thos? who confine their insuranco to
UP, they may rest assured their wei?
faro will be carefully guarded and
their business promptly attended to
J* W. ?SMITH, Agt.
June 30, 1900
SAY, LOOK HERE !
Did you know tho Bennetts*
ville Mercantile Co., was selling
Best Patent Flour at $?.00, and
Second Patent at $4.HO ? Well,
they are, and now is your time
to get some while its down.
|3gr? Fivo oars ol' Timothy
Hay To be sohl right.
Bennettsville Mercantile Co.
Prepared for tito Work.
Mr. S. J. Pearson, the Jowolor, haB
now ono of the latest improvements
for engraving your name or initials
on any article of gold or silver or
plato in tho most up*to date manner.
The samples of work already dono by
him aro just line, ('all and see him.
With confidence il) that our friend, J,
lt SAMPSON, is an unquestionable boliov'
cr in all just causes and laws of our Stato
and county, wc hereby announce him as
II candidate for tho HoilSO of Representa
tives-subject lo tho action ol* the Demo
July 12, 1906' His FRIENDS.
Welch Nock High School.
We take pleasure in calling at
tention to tho advertisement of this
popular school of the Poe Dee sec
tion. Write lt? W. Durrett, Hurts
ville for catalogue.
Flowers 1 Flowers !
Mrs. Jno S. Moore has a line
lot of (geraniums, Begonias
Ferns, P-Ums and other plants.
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Citation For Letters of Administration
?TAT10 OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Marlboro - Ry Milton
McLauriu, Judgo of Prohato.
?fXTiiKiiKAM, M i n II i c Q nick hath
made suit lo ino to gram unto her
bolters of Administration of tho Instate
il'and F. flee ts of Preston Quick, dec'd;
Those are therefore to cite and adinon
?di ail and singular thc kindred and Crcd
tors of tho said Preston Quick de*
?eased, llltlt they be and appear boforo
nc, in thc Couil of Probate to bc held at
Jonncttsville, S. C., on tho 20th day of
Inly, aller publication thoroof, at ll
/clock lu tin; forenoon, to show causo, il
my they have, why tho said Adiuinis"
ration should not bo granted.
(?iven umbu' my hand, the Viii day ol
Uily, Anno Domini, 1900.
July I2i 19(H). Ji|dgo of Probate
70S COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON 1906
CIIfUvLEoT0N, S. 0.
121st Year begins September 2.s
jottorH, Soionoo, Ungineoring, Ono noll ob
nrnhip, giving free, tuition, to ?adi county
of South Oirolhm. Tuition ^.jo. Hoard
and furnishod room in Dormitory $ ri a
month, All oandidntOH for admission aro
pormittcd lo oom po to ror vue?nt hoyoo
scholarship!] which pay ^IDO a year.
Por catalogan, add rosi
July ta, 'ott, provident
EGGS FOR SALE.
HLVF.lt LAOBD WYANDOTTE, Egg?
) all tho your. Prl/.o liirdj, For sotting
?5 ?ioiH $> so.
NVHITK SING LU OOM H Ll$GIlOUN?i,
(gs 81.00 for setting of 15.
Bennottevlllo, S. (!.
Tor The Senate.
Tho uiaDy friouda of Col. lt M ? Pei li
of Smithville ar.uounoo him a cami;.; tte
Tor tho Sonato-suhjeot to tho ruloi or 1 he
Juno 27, IMO,
1 hereby announce my Candidacy n
tho Senate from Marlboro coy ty-sui ?
to action of Domooratio primary.
July 6, 11)00 1*. A. lloouMj
House of Repr?sent?t- s.
Tho manyi'friends of Mr. 1 Mooto
limn i na te him a candidato for ll
of lioprosontativos, subject to tho Uul .
govoruing>tho Domooratio prin
Juyl 7, 06. MANY
POR COUNTY SUPERV1 SOU,
I horoby imnounoo mysolf r mu i: lb
for tho offico of County Sui 'visor of|
Marlboro-subjoot to tho rulos .
tho Domooratio primary.
July 2, 1906 P, MANI , h
1 hereby nnnouuco my oan.li ' 11 . foi
reelection as Supervisor of Marlu >ry couu
ty-subject to tho Dctnoorntio ? rituaty.
Juuo 30, 1906. M. E. C.- AT
I hereby announce mysolf a ind
for tho office of Supervisor of >;<?.. 11 1
county-subject to tho rulos|,OVC
tho Democratic primary. Ifl|ui t obi
Confederate soldier, and as ??0i ?
gift ol'tho people, I respcctfull;
thoy honor mo this timo, nod sci il
not give thom tho service coode ..
July 3, 1906, A, J. Qiocv.
v.l. HIM ?
For County Treasurer
I hereby announce myself a
for thu nflieo of Treasurer of M
county, subject lo the rules gove
Juno lid, PJOO. N. H. K
Thanking the pooplo of Mo '
thc liberal support givon mo in
I hereby announce myself a can
re-election as County Treasurer
Juue 18, 1900. J. II. T ld
For Superintendent of Fdu<
1 hereby announce myself a < .
lor the office of Superintendci
cation ot Marlboro county-;
thc rules of thc Democratic pri u . .
ARTHUR L. EASRI
May 23, 1906,
I ho oby announce mysolf a
for re-election as Suporintondot
cation of Marlboro county, aub.
W. L. STA
Juno 5. 1900.
For County Auditor.
I hereby announce mysolf a
lor rc election to the ollice of i
Marlboro County-supject to th
thc Democratic Fri mary.
Juuc 2, 1900. C. 1- Sm i
1 hereby announce mysolf a
for the office of County Auditor
boro county-subject to tho rule
ing the Democratic primary.
J. P. CAM i
Juno 28th, 1906. \
Ho Sens best who Sees tl
DON'T PUT IT OFF
Come at Once and Have
Your Eyes for you.
Bv SAM J. PilARS
beading Jeweler and O
FINE COTTON FA
IN CHESTERFIELD COU
ITIII 10 Pee Deo Realty Corn irai
a limited number ol' J'inc
Farms for sale ('lay lands that
luce One Hale Cotton por nero
i'll IUD PRICE ol' Marlboro la
Write this linn ind have tho;
i linc Cotton Karin for you.
The Pee Dee Realty Corp
.June 27, 1900, Churaw
SAY "RED ROI
SAY IT PLAIh
"OR Home Drinking "Run
stands out among all ot hoi
s ...i exceptionally pure hi
rtiele. it in so valuable as a
I igest ion, that many loading
innis order it in barrels at a t
ho uso of their convalescents
ients. It is also a splended ri
gent in kidney disorders an
roubles. I bottle various dri
Red Rock (linger Ale" as th
f all drinks.
?opnetlBvillo Bottling ^V
.1 C. HumiAui), V
.June 12, 1900
" '' - . i II mummln-nMi? -
"HE DAILY REC
OF COLUMBIA, S, C
or Ton Wooka ; Which Coy
In Tho Record will ho font!
ports of the campaign m cet i ll
J. WILSON GIBB
voterau at such work. II it
tached to tho reports is a gu
their fnimosa and accuracy.
For nine years The Record
mated the dispensary, EJdit
daily ?e-fu forth tho roasons \
?peiisary .should bo retained,
end of tho dispensary who w
op posted with argumenta
0 opposition should read Tho
The Record ten weeks for 5(
solutuly in iplviumo.
COLUMBIA, 8. C.
Tinker with your watch and
incidentally dont lot it bo tinkerod
with. If it stops dont try to fbrco
ii to run. It probably neods clean
ing. Wo only do strictly High
Class Fino Watch Ropairing. yot
our ohargos aro as reasonable as
ir^od work can bo dono for nov
SAM J PKARSON
Loading JKWBLKU AND OPTICIAN.
Pot bloating, botching, sour utomach, bad 1
util nialaesinnlation of food, aud all
ry uptons of indigestion, Ring's Dyspopaia
Tableta aro a prompt and cffiolont corroo
tiVO. Sold by Marlboro Drug Oo.
89*Kioghftms Roaliublo Hums,
I r eakfast Bacon, Bool Hums, 13oef|
V. ngue, always nico and frosh at
W. M. Howe's.
- Grape Nuts at
W. M. Howe's.
>?ot tho wealth of J. PIERPONT!
>RUAN or of JOHN D. ROCKE?
i' r.LLElt, hut Boveral large fortunes
n:<-zo bcou spoilt in bringing to point
n( pexfectiou anti developing tho]
produotknown ns "BR0M0NIA-"
ho p.C8ont company, after a long j
nud tedious litigation, havo acquired
nil right and title to tho trade mark
J ?IO MON IA," assets, g ,od will ?fee.
i a comparatively short timo Bro
da will bo known evory whero, oven
? -> ino remotest parts of tho civilised
ho proof of tho pudding is in thc
ig. Tho mero statement that
mionia" is such tremendous elli?
and so honcficial that it should
i the homo of citizens in the civi
is not enough nowadays to con
e the soeptical public, deluded as
is hoon in the past hy the myriads
il akers and heartless charlatans,
have taken tho public's money in
lange for dangerous, insidious
! ..no habit forming drugs. The invalid
? aeso enlightened days want some
once of sincerity on the part of j
. owner of a proprietary remedy be- j
i investing money.
Vo propose to sec that every civiii
human adult who desires to try
remedy at our expense can do so
bout one con* of c wt. We are cap
i Million of dollars,
mo ' thought necessary
.it our plans.
fi zing carefully :
nsumption or some
onus of blood pois
irc you. Wo don't
u, You need the
nt of skill ed spe*
- u aro run down in
you havo dyspepsia
ling spel s. a victim
nisness, kidney or
loh cold easily, if|
that condition that
in easy prey to tho I
pneumonia, 1 agrippe I
fini > i.!....?.. i-.A :..nuiC? , ii .mi .oe
?reo willi e i 1 LUI boftthicho, loyi
ii unv.n.iw fi?uj) ii ? im ir -l vital.
_ "j nie use Ot BKOMO
KOMONIA" is to tho human sys
what the scrubbing brush and
ire to the dirty wash bowl. It
iain re to resume normal action,
reases the strength, the fighting
; of tho phagocytes of tho blom!;
motes lite healthy How of tho
ry and castrio secretions. Ii
ito in nell is in good condition you
well. The Chinese are a wise
? 0. They accost each other with
; /is your stomach ?"
i don't ask you to in vost a cont
you have tried "Bronionia" at
xpense. A single bottle often
works wonders. Cut out the
on at the bottom of this.
rite name and address phi in ly,
careful to address
"'KKK HHOMOXIA COU POX.
hereby declare thal 1 havi
. before had a free bottle o?
monia." Kindly .send nu; om
>ul any cost to ino whatever.
gist is )
25 and 50 its.
' DOUGLAS, Exclusive Wholesale
? ?nt for Bennottsvillo and vicinity
>?*? Dealers not residing in
)ttsvillo who desire ail agency
lease apply to (he Mr UUA Y
? Co., Columbia.
? 9, 1900. o.
Kggs from pure bred Sin
?2 gie Comb Brown Log
s, Buff 1'. Rocks or Hai red
oks eau be bad af the Dem
RESSED LUM ii lilt,
ve Wood and Ice,
take pleasure in informing tho
ublio that we are now prepared
sss Lumber, lill orders for good,
tovo wood, supply loo in any
ity, at tho Hourn.linville planing
Dear tho ('oast Lino yard.
: mo Kit) and your orders will be
>tly delivered to you,
J. J. MUNNERLYN,
ril 20, moo.
you want a drink thal pleases
try a bottlo of Hire's Root
. at E. Powers
That there is a
Next Door to Excelsior Hardware
BENNETTSVILLE, H. (I, July 2, 100?.
300 BARRELS OF THE FUST F
II ILE IT LASTS WE WILL SELL The Finest!
Patent at $5.00, and the Second Patent
at $4.50 L'Mlt BAR lt EL.
ISTloe 3QjiO"t of Ha,xiis
Home Made and Kinghans Reliable.
HAMILTON & BROWN SHOES,
Tl LE "AMERICAN LADY" THE FINEST.
?irs>T" Call and (jct our pri?es before buying.
fifcy* Prompt Attention givon to Phone Orders. King up 48.
BENNETTSVILLE MERCANTILE CO.
di1 NE 28, 1906.
HORSES and MEES.
H. B. FULLER, Successor lo FULLER BROS., is
now in thc West RU YI Nd STOCK lor his STABLES IN
BENNETTSVILLE, and the new invoice of Horses and
Mules will arrive in Benncttsvillo APRIL 2 Uh.
A ETER Tins DATE I will keep my STABLES
well filled with a select lot of Mice Horses
and Mules During tho entire summer.
Give mo a call before buying elsewhere.
/ WILL MELL ON SHORT PROFITS-QUICK SALES.
Large supply of Buggies, Wagons
ON HAND AT ALL TIMES.
U rUL LE?
W. IL MOORF STABLES'
When in Want ot
Teams for the Railroad,
- or a -
Trip to the Country.
Always Heady to serve Calls for Teams.
p Asher def t's
Makes poor horses and mules fat without bloating. It
docs this by first thoroughly cleansing the system oi
all impurities, allowing perfect assimilation of food,
thereby creating solid muscle and fat.
Horses and mules improve in appetite and spirits
after the first few doses, the hair sheds, and the new
coat is always sleek and glossy.
Ashcraft's Condition Powders arc packed in doses,
without "filler," and ?rood for horses and mules only.
It is a most powerful tonic and appetizer, being the
formulas of a practical veterinarian of over a quarter of a century's
experience. It is easily thc foremost remedy in its class on tho
American market to-day. Price L'S cents package.
SMITH NEWTON, Bonnettsvillo, S. C.
MCCOLL DRUG CO., Mccoll S. C.;
?4 Our New Line
TlllO DIRECT WAV
iTNrorE?'X'ZEi:, s o ITT io:.
JS?J^&KS?. . WEST.
BENNETTSVILLE & CHER AW Ii. E.
S .MC ? /# Ii 0P A M I?
AIR LINE RAILWAY.
licavo Bonnottsville *7.05 a. m., 7.00 p. m.
Arrive Choraw H. 10 p. IU.
DAILY RXOEPT SUNDAY.
* Direct connections at. Choraw with through trains to
% tho North, Bast, South and Wost.
y, _._ _ .
Tho short lino nod quiokost timo io Wilmington, Chorlotte, Atlante, ^
lUloigh, Richmond, Washington. Rainmore, Philadelphia, ftow York,
Boston, R?llalo, Pittsburg and all points Norlh and K?st.
Tho ehort lino and quickest dino to Columbia, Savannah, Jaoksonvillo,
Tain,ia. Montgomery, Now Oilcans and all points South and West.
Vox further information call on J. T. MEDLIN, agent Rcnnottsvillo &
Obere? R- lt.. Bonnottsvillo.S. t?., <>r address W. h. BURROUGHS
T. P A., SKAUOAHU AIR LINK RV., Columbia, H. 0.
OHAHLt?? P. ST IO WART, A. 0. P. A., S.A L, Ky, Savannah, Ga
NEW TIN S HO F
I havo opon<d up ar) up to.dat? 'j I I
Shop hi tho rear of VY L lV??ir>'oi
.Jewelry 8tore, whore I am now jp v
pared to DO ALL KINDS TIN ROOFINO
GUTTERING ami SLATING ou ?h?"t
notice. Protect your howes by usjng
Gutters, etc. All uew work ?nativ .
teed, i ou will lind my work done in
the beet style Give me a Ti lah
Old Cook Stoves Kepairod.
YOURS 'io SHU vu
G. Ii. DIXON.
April 6, 1900.
C. D. MILES,
PROFESSIONAL Nil USE.
Lumberton, JV. C.
Among mi mn roi m o anon, principally of
Typhoid Fovor, he line novor lost ono nor
evon bad a relapsa to occur.
Maroh 30, 1906.
JG. C. MORRISON,
?KAI.F.It IN -
Electrical and Plumbing Supplios.
Electric Lampe a Specialty.
Manager City JV I ec tr ic Want.
Phono 114. Dounottavlllo, S. O
8<5y" Roport al! tronb'o with tho linen os
[ struct lights to tho nbovo.
i ?top? ttkw ot'wtfh and beela lung?
Parties in want of lirst class
Lumber can get it from
A. J. J0NB8,
Oct 18. Blenheim, H. F. D. 1.
Orders for MONUMENTS or
TOIVCBSTONE promptly filled
Call on mc, at my placo of business near
thc Atlantic Coast Linc and tho Son>
board Air bino Pansentrer Depots, or
write mc. Designs and Prices furnish8
cd on application.
Phone No. 95.
J. W. MoELWJCK.
January 25, 1900.
tf% \ m Wt m Mi ll
Flue Watch ltepuiviiig
IS ONE OF OUR SPECIALTIES. -
Weak Fjyes Made St^oiij;,
By Haying UH to Fit your Eyes up with a
with u pair of Puro Grystalino Louses.
Wo guarantee to milt ycu or refund your
mot ey-that's our plan.
Prices nro tho Lowest oohBisteut with
SAM J. PEARSON,
JEWELER ANO OP.IUIAN.
Permanently located at
BENNETTSVILLE, S. C.
\-CENTlt A L- \
1am now better prepared than over to
please even the most fastidcous In
TONSORIAL WORK. I guarantee satis
faction in Shaves, Hair-cuts, Shninpooo
and Miiusnges. I bnvo a now Eleotrio
Bottory for massaged, and can troat the
faces of Guntlemon and Ladies in tho
moHt up-to-date manner.
I solicit your patronage
J. A. GRACE.
Mario . street Hcmiuttsvillo, S. 0.
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