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U IIRLBOEO DEMOCRAT
tiBNNKTTSVILLE. S, C.
DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO.,
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? . months
Odom's little boy, Herbert,
; . \ sick.
Coxo is spending a few
Ooline Weatherly went to
ngs Sanders of Darlington
Woodie of Latta was here
?t relatives last week.
Kichbourg was among the
herc last Wednesday.
Joxc was in town Friday
o thc Advocate a call.
look Breeden left Friday
y for Jackson Springs.
Louise Moore is visiting
Lher in Charlotte this week.
Vera Sattorwhite of Sum
isiting friends at Blenheim.
Alice McMillan, of Marion
;uest of Mrs. K B Thomas.
Welling of Darlington has
isiting her son, I T Well
?. F Mciiac, Jr., of Jackson
visiting his father, T F
; Philmore of Belleville, 111.,
iing at the home of Key. C
g 1 lamer of Dillon was in town
eek, visiting his sister, Mrs.
. and Mrs. A .1 Rowe have
to Blowing Rock to spend
v Breeden and family left
rda.v to spend two weeks at
s. K E Shooter and children
imberton arc visiting at the
of d C 1 )ees.
,.- ) A p./m
Fren \.>;\ \ id.
I. lys i'ii i d f?ivi ?il.v o' i v
rs. John B Graham and chil
of Hartsville aro visiting rol
es in this county.
dm Barnes, from High Point,
re he has a position, is visil
m S Allen, salesman at Tillman
.., is spending a ten days vaca
with relatives al Dillon.
.ed McLaurin came home Fri
from South Dakota, where he
>ecn spending several months.
iss Mary Gilmer Weatherly
siting her grandmother, Mrs.
i McArthur, at St. Pauls, N.
apt. D C Pate is at Chica
iga, at thc encampment of thc
. regiment, of which he. is rillt;
Irs. dames X Drake, Mrs. \Y
/rostand, Misses Lulu Crosland
May Weatherly are at Hen
s?sses Florrie anti May Stubbs
i Saturday fur Kingstrco where
5,y tire to spend a couple of
ides with friends and relatives.
Edward Mciver of Cheraw was
"^fe Friday holding a referee s
in t m the case of W A and B I)
;g< rs against A d Matheson.
After two weeks of good work
0 county summer school, con
icted by Mr. McKittrick and
iss Carmichael came to a close
..?day. Tho total enrollment was
^ Miss Vera Wood, of Union,
B ho has been been visiting friends
id relatives in our county, passed
rough tho city Friday morning
1 her way home.
Frank Gibson, quarter master
the United States navy, came
iwn from Boston last week tc
.end a few days with bis father,
ii Gibson. This is his first trip
une in fifteen months.
II W and J T Carroll returned
onday from a week's trip in .1
's automobile to their old bonn
eastern North Carolina. Beside.1
ie trip there and back they rode
ivoral hundred miles going a
>und among their relatives ii
visiting in LWtta.
Miss Salli/Carlisle I
a house party at Asheville.v\
Miss Rosa McCracken of Aikoi.
ia visiting Mrs* A S Townsend.
Mrs. Thr??p Crosland is spend
ing somo time at Hendersonvillo.
Mrs. W S Mowry and children
are at Hendersonvillo tor tho sum
H Thomas Etions of Sumter was
in Marlboro with his auto last
Mrs. Bessie Richardson of Balti
more is visiting Mrs. H L Kirk
Tims. C. Weatherly, who has
been sick for moro than a week, is
Misses Mary and Martha New
ton are spending some time at
Miss Annie Culbrcalh of Ked
Springs, is visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. II II Newton Jr.,
arc visiting Mrs. Newton's rela
Misses Sara and Lyl Crosland
returned Thursday night from
Miss Bessie Eason has been
visiting Miss Earline Cox, at lied
Springs, this week.
Mr and Mrs. Theodore I J Breed
en, of Lester, went to Wuynes
Mi s Sue I Iardin left Wednes
day for Yorkville, where she is
visiting friends and relatives.
Misses Persis Eastcrling and
Christine Mitchell went to Tatum
Wednesday to visit relatives.
Miss Bennie Moore, of McColl,
is spending a while.in the city with
her cousin, Miss Ruth Moore.
Mis. Kale Donaldson and daugh
ters, Misses Bessie and Annie, ot'
Dillon, have been visiting Mrs D
Miss Jennie Ervin has returned
u> Bonnettsvillo from Florida,
where she has beim spending some
lime with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. John L Breeden,
of Lester, left yesterday for lien
dcrsonville, whore thoy will spend
part ol the sununer.
McColl WcdnosT .
day with Miss ' ?e.
from a visit to i
Daniel Spears, colored,
wanted at McColl for breakup
to a house, was captured hot?
Monday. Constable Hays caine
after him on tho evening train,
Capt. W W Wannamakor and
family cams up from Orangeburg
in an automobile last week to visit
Mrs. Wanhamakcr's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A ,1 Matheson.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. F Breeden
aro expected home today from
Morganton, N. C., where they have
been visiting Mrs. Brceden's rela
tives. They wont in an automobile.
Col. Knox Livingston has re
turned homo I rom Chick Springs
and Greenville, where ho visited
his daughter, Mrs. ll ?1 llaynes
.1 K McKittrick, who has been
in charge of thc teachers institute
hero, left Monday for Fork Shoals,
Greenville county, whore ho will
have charge of a high school next
A number of people from Bert
lionsville will probably attend the
big farmers mooting at Hallsville
no x t Tuesday. Distinguished
speakers will be there from Clem
son college and Washington.
Thomas P> Fraser and family
expect to leave today to spend ten
days at Carolina Beach. This will
bo the first trip of Mrs. Fraser
and tho children outside of this
county, and they will no doubt
. greatly enjoy the outing.
' The B. and C. and the Seaboard
will run an excursion to Ports
' mouth arid Norfolk next Tuesday
evening, Aug. 4. The fare for thc
round trip will be only $1.7f> fron
I all points on tho B. and C. am
[ $4,25 from Kollock, Train loaves
5 Drake 5 P. M., Benncttsville 7:?>()
; Kollock 10:60; arrives Portsmoutl
; 10:10 Wednesday morning. Re
. turning, leave Portsmouth 8 P
i M. Thursday; arrives Bonnettsvilh
i of Ohsr
)il mil! hero.
?; io McCall returned
Tuesday night from Hartsville,
where sho has been visiting Miss
May White. Her friend, Miss
Xina Womack, who went with her
to Hartsvillo, returned from there
to her homo in Kentucky.
The following were baptized at
the Baptist church Sunday night:
Mr. and Mrs. Treece, Misses Myr
tle Treeco, Lucy Lewis, Mona
Hughes, Bessie (Nottingham and
Katie Hogers; Carl Howe, Norman
Powers and E II Hogers. The fol
lowing aro yet to be baptized: Mrs.
Alma Powers, Misses lia and Sal
lie Wright und Beulah Jackson.
Mrs. Hattie Pack was received by
letter from Tindal, S. C.
Coroner George N McCall who
has boon quito sick for several
weeks, is rapidly recovering. Ho
was out On the streets yesterday
and says ho wants tho people of tho
county to know that ho is by no
means dead, and will be with tho
boys in thc campaign and run the
race to the linish, no matter how
many entries there aro.
Frank Barr, the negro who kill
ed Oliver Md wards hore a fcwdaVs
ago, has not yet boen captured. A
telegram was received last wook
from Matthews, N. C., saying that
Barr could bo had, but tho author
ities here have not been able to
got any further information, al
though they have wired and writ
WEEK'S NEWS AT CLIO
Politeness of Candidates should
be Practiced in Daily Life
Clio, duly 27.-Miss Lena Pate
is with relatives at Howland this
Mrs. K h Monroe spent Thurs
day with tho family of Mr. Willis
Turlington in Bennettsville.
Dr. B F McLeod is at Glenn
Springs resting and regaining his
health injured by over work-.
Hon. .1 K 1011er bo spent Thurs
day night with friends in town re
pairing bis congressional fences.
<. i\i ry TI Tiini ....
I South umuna, LOOK dinner \\i?i
tho family of his grand father, das.
'Gottc on Saturday and went
ncr Marion section to
il Manning, of
M Hy of Dr.
and was in?,
here Sunday ult?
Miss .Mary ( ?allowa,, os
villo is spending some day* .eas
antly with the family of her
brother, ll L ( ?alloway.
Friday was candidates day here,
when the candidates for congress
addressed tho voters of this sec
tion who aro to decide upon their
merits or demerits. A good .num
' ber of county candidates wore
present, and many friendly greet
ings wereenjoyed, lt is nice to
j meet these, friendly gentlemen who
! aro SO solicitous ol our welfare.
! If these friendly interests and
greetings could bo kept up in our
every day lives, practiced toward
each other, our social lives would
be greatly improved, lt was a
pleasure to seo so many of Ben
nettsvillc's good citizens among
us. Very strict attention was paid
by tho audience wdio gavoquiotat
tontion and little demonstration as
standing upon tho ground there
was nothing to demonstrate on.
duly 'JO.-The melon truckers
are closing out their supplies this
week and from present appcaran
. ces will forego cantaloupe, raising
for tho northern market.
Miss Anna Stubbs, om* of the
I emcieht clerks in tho furnishing
j store of A L Calhoun, Jr., reborn
, ed to her home in Sumter Monday
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kilpatrick
i went to Lynchburg last Wcdnos
day their former home. Mrs. Kil
patrick remi inod in Sumter for a
while. Mr. : Kilpatrick ia at his
barber shop j again.
Mr. D S liozier, of Coliunbin,
is in town visiting his little moth
erless daughter, Effie, at tho home
of D P Mcliaurin, Esq.
Miss Myrtle Ivey is at homo a
gain after spending a week pleas
antly with friends at McColl.
Mrs. Jas. H Stanton is at home
again having been with friends at
Lynchburg, Sumtor and Rose
Mr. John lt Wilkes an octoge
narian has returned from Charles
ton whoro his eyos were treated
for cataract much to his bonolit.
Mr. Fred R Eisenmann super
intendent of the Clio cotton oil
mill spent Sunday in Columbia.
Miss Martha Reedy is spending
sometime with thc family of her
uncle. Dr. Howard Reedy at Row
land, N. C.
Mrs. Carl Chamness, of Blen
heim, has been spending some
days with her bereaved father and
Rev. A T Dunlap, of Harts ville,
was in town with friends on Fri
day this being one of his former
Mr. Milton Stanton, ono of
our noted farmers, is visiting his
wife's people, at Rockingham, N.
Rev. .lohn ll Craves, pastor at
Clemson college, spout last week
with the Beulah congregation,
helping Rev. F ll Shuter in a pro
tracted service resulting in several
additions to the church as well as
reviving tho membership bf tho
Mr. Neil M Carmichael is tak
ing a summer outing at Montrent
and other North Carolina pleasure
The little Misses Sallie and Mary
Grace Edens, of Bcnnottsvillc, are
visiting Louise Evans ami aro hav
ing quite a nico time ol' t heil- own at
thc home ol' Di-. C S ICvans.
Mr. C M Fox worth and daugh
ter Miss Eva, ol' Latta, have been
spending some pleasant days with
relatives and friends in this sec
mi,,, f.",u-, I. ,i 11 H. ?orison hore is
?VJLlii? ?L?ICC???C?A UU
Candidates card, arc published from
date of insertion till tlie election for
five dollars, cash in advance.
I hereby announce myself a candl
,ato ter reappointment to t he otllec
ol'County auditor, subject to the ac
tion ol' the Democratic primary.
A-D .1 P Campbell.
SM KIM IT
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate tor Sherill' Of Marlboro County
subject bo tito results ol'tho Demo
A-D W V Hogers.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date tor the office Of sherill of Marl
boro county, subject, to the rules and
regulations of thc Democratic pri
A i?. W A lllnshaw.
I am a candidate l'or the olllco of
sherill' of Marlboroeounty, subject to
the rules and result ol' the approach
ing Democratic primary.
A-1) K .1 Woodley.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date lor County Treasurer, subject to
thc act ion ol' thc Democratic primary.
A-D C W Crosland.
1 hereby announce myself a candi
date lor Treasurer ol' Marlboro coun
ty, subject to the, action of thc Demo
oe ratio primary. .1 I* IA ans AD
1 hereby announce myself a candi
date tor thc Otllce of County Supervi
sor, subject to thc action of thc Dem
A-D 10 D Graham,
! hereby announce my candidacy
for reelection to t hc. ellice of Suporvl
sor ol' Marlboro county subject to thc
results ol'thu Democratic primary.
A-D Krank Manning, Jr.
Cl.KKK OK COURT
I hereby announce, myself a candi
date for Clerk of Court, subject to thc
action of thc. Democratic primary.
A-D .lohn ll Thomas.
1 hereby announce, myself as a can
didate for Clerk of Court, subject to
thc. action of tho Democratic primary.
A-D Jell' D Kdens.
1 hereby annouco myself a can
: dhiato for clerk of court.subjcctto the
- action of the Democratic primary.
A-D Tom C Hamer.
oratio prhria ry.
to the ooloo of
Jject bo tho Demo
J A Drake.
I announce myself a candidato for
Congress from the sixth district, sub
ject to tho rules of the Democratic
A-I)_P A Ilodges.
UNITED STATES SENATE
I beg to announce my candidacy for
the United States Senr.te in thc ap
froaching Demoeratio Primary, and
respectfully solieit the support of
tho Democratic voters of the State.
A. D. It. G. Rhett.
Get my "Book No 4 For Women." It
will give weak women many valuable
suggestions of relief-and with strictly
confidential medical advice is entirely
free. Simply write Dr. Shoop, Racine,
Wis. The book No 4 tells all ?bout Dr.
Shoop's Night Cure ami how these
Soothing, healing antiseptic suppositor
ies eau be successfully applied to correct
these weaknesses. Write for the book.
The Night Cure is sold by J. T. Doug
Bilious? Feel heavy after dinner?
Tongue coated? Completion Sallow.
Liver needs waking up. Donn's Regu
l?is cure bilious attacks. 25 cents at any
Arrival and Departure of Passen
ger Trains at Bennettsville
All trains aro daily except Sunday
unless otherwise indicated.
A KUI VA I.S.
6.20 A. M. from MeColl.
6.30 A. M. (daily) from Fayetteville.
7.45 A. M. from Drake and Blenheim.
9.45 A. M. from Kollock, Columbia,
Jacksonville, Portsmouth, Richmond,
and New York.
12.03 P. M. (daily ) Suinter, Col
umbia, Orangeburg, Wilmington, Dillon,
Charleston ami Jacksonville.
12.55 1'. M. from McColl.
3.30 1'. M. (daily) from Gibson.
.SOOP. M. from Drake and Blenheim.
7.38 p. M. (daily) from Fayetteville,
Norfolk, Richmond and New Vork.
9.36 P.M. from Suinter, Columbia,
Augusta, Wilmington, Dillon, Charles
ton and Jacksonville,
9.-15 P. M. from Kollock, Portsmouth,
Richmond ami New York,
6.10 A. M. for Sumter, Columbia
Florence, Wilmington, Dillon ii nd
7.50 A. M. for Kollock Richmond and
8.30 A. M. for Fayetteville, Richmond,
and New York.
12.'?5 P. M. lor McColl.
SP. M. for Fayetteville, Richmond
and New York.
( Connection ;it Maxton for Wilmington.)
9.40 P. M. for McColl.
<>.:u P. M. f<,r Blenheim and Drake.
(.This train waits till 10.30 for Coast lane
train iron; Suinter. )
Don't think that piles can't he cured.
Thousands of obstinate oases have been
cured by Donn's Ointment. 50 cents at
any drug store.
REPORT OF TH1
Claims Audited a
No. Claim Di favor of Nature
coo .ioho Taylor Pubtinp
coi i. .1 Bright i'ollecti
1102 Chas G rooms Road w
no.; .1 Mci! Hurley Magist
cot W PA .) <> Breeden St
HOT) J. VV. I'.andy Mdse
coe, F (; Hollis & Co Mdse
001 W I ' Lester Corn
cos .lohn (? Sanders Hoad \\
?00 ?! R Townsend' Hoad?
clo IW -1 L .Ionian Impies
011 .) .1 Nfannerlyn Hanlin
012 .1 H Hencgan tUpali
013 HC Townsend Dumb
OM .1 F David Road
015 Mitchell McLean Hoad
010 W II Muller Co bo;
cn A M Fletcher Paupc
ois T li Frasier llaulli
nlfl ( J W HeusVcss ll au I i
020 C M Pond H au Iii
?21 G N McCall Salarj
i?:>2 Amerlous Sanders Pie'
023 Frank Adams Ditch
6'2l Harris Jenkins Plowl
026 Sam Oakley Road
020 .1 F David Hoad
(1-2-; .1 L Gilbert I'd fo
028J C E Teague U?ad
6'2t? Richard cain shoe
030 Knterprlse Hdw co M<
031 K M Howe Di tel
032 John Dudley Corm
M. E. Coward,
Du* Down Telephon? Line.
Tho county is having a big ditch
dug side of the road by K W
Brenden's plantation north of town,
and in digging the ditch the * tele
phono line is being undermined
and thrown down.
Last Thursday there was a long
section of poles and wires across
tho road, extending from tho north
sido ot the creek to Clarence
Brecden's. Tho telephone force
was at one end, propping up the
poles, while tho road force was
digging away at tho other.
Tho line has been propped up
with sticks and poles, so as to al
low people to travel tho road.
Best the World Affords.
"It gives nie ii ni iou n< lcd pleasure to
recommend Bucklett's Arnica Salve,"
says J W Jenkuis, of Chapel Hill, N. C.
"I am convinced it's the best salve the
world affords. It cured a felon on my
thumb, and it never fails to heal every
sore, burn or wound to which it is appli
ed. 25c. at noughts &. Breeden drug
Those Who Attended
Thc following is a list of thoso
who wore enrolled as attendants at
thc teacher's institute held in Bcn
Misses Margaret Carter, Daisy
Carlisle, Blanche Coward, Pearl
Coward, Evelyn Rogers, Cora B
Roofers, Lizzie Rogers, Virgie
Melvanrin, ,1 Belle McRac, Eliza
beth Newton, Florrie Stubbs,
Clara .Jordan, Annie Wright, Ila
Wright. Messrs. M T Carlisle and
John F Dees.
Pain will depart in exactly 2() minutes
if one of Dr Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets
is taken. Pain anywhere, Remember!
Pain always means congestion, blood
pressure-nothing else. Headache is
blood pressure; toothache is blood pres
sure on the sensitive nerve. Dr SllOOPS
Headache Tablets .uso called Pink Pain
Tablets quickly and safely coax this
blood pressure away from pain centers.
Painful periods -vi'h women get instant
relief. 20 t;'V>:..-ts 2Sc. Sold by J. T.
Two Daniel Spears*
Daniel Spears, the colored brick
layer who lives in Bennottsville,
wishes it understood that ho is not
the man referred to in last week's
Advocate as being arrested for
breaking in a house at McColl.
The man arrested is a mero
|1 1 :.i*.u,,e S poa rs
Dr. nnoop tens moiihois ?^.v.
nothing else oven with very young
babies. Thc wholesome green
leaves and tender stems of a lung
healing mountainous shrub fur
nish the curative properties to Dr.
Shoop's Cough Cure It calms the
cough, and heals thc sensitive
bronchial membranes. No opium,
no chloroform, nothing harsh used
to injure or suppress. Demand
Dr. Shoop's. Take no other. J. T.
nd Ordered PaJd,
of claim Amt claimed Ann allowed
f in tiling * '2 09 $ 2 00
ng com tax 720 7 20
.ork 3 00 3 oo
rate 10 41 10 41
tddlo <> 00 6 00
5 50 5 50
353 92 .153 92
25 00 25 00
?ork ? 00 9 00
.ork 23 90 23 90
t 5 00 5 00
g ll 00 11 00
.lng bridges 50 oo 50 eo
er eu: 3 74 3 74
work 8 00 8 00
work 13 00 13 00
ud education 3 00 3 00
,r o oo 6 oo
lg 18 00 18 00
ng 1 87 1 87
nj? 5 24 5 24
50 00 50 00
wing 9 M 9 00
rtng 59 64 59 64
[ng 9 Ol 9 00
work 12 24 12 24
work 8 00 8 00
r plowing 30 87 30 87
building 200 00 200 00
lng mule* 3 05 3 05
ise 14 9ft 14 96
,ing 0 00 0 00
i 3 00 3 00