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S. A. BROWN r - - Editor.]
Friday, April 17, 1903.
j ' Subscription Pricer
One year.% 1.00
Attention Oanin Henegan.
There will bo a meeting of tho Camp
on tho first Monday io May to reorganiac |
and elect delegates to represent the Camp
both National and State
Hy order ol'J. H. Hudson, Comm'd'r.
C. M. WEATIIEBLY, Adjutant.
ENTERTAINMENT AT TATUM
The good people of Tatum will
have a Concert at the Academy in
that tow u to-night.
Miss Celestia Seymore, Violinist,]
Miss Ellen Lytch, Piauoist,
Miss Emma Sample, Reader
of Red Springs Seminary will give
a concert this Friday evening at 8
30 o'clock for the benefit of the]
Admission-Adults 25, Children
15c, Reserved Seats 35o.
Sec or phone J. A. Stanton, Jr.,
for Reserved seats.
Honor liollFor March 19U3.
MISSNAJ)ET,E KRISTO W, TEACHER.
- GIRLS -
. Bertha Grant, Ethel Grant, Julia
Qiiick, ll axel Chavis, Essie Quick,
Eva Quick, Lelia Driggers.
- BOYS -
Emit Grant, Sammie Quick,
Clarence Driggers, Homer Chavis,
Sec our line of oxfords Sandals
and all that is new in slippers at
Coming to Bennettsville.
The world's greatest minstrel tri
umph, A. G. Allen's Original New
Orleans Mir.s reis, organized over 26
years ugo, hy real southern darkies,
rich in the ai t of entertaining and car
rying a mighty conglomeration of all
that is new in the world of minstrelsy,
will visit Hcnneltsvillc Wednesday
next, April '22, and give two perform
ances under u mnmoih tent, the seat,
iug capacity ol which enables him lo
give the low admission price of 15'and
25 cents, Nothing said or done unlit
for the eyes or ears of ladies and child
ren. It is the climax of tented amuse*
m cn ts.
The New Telenhone Line.
have written rao pledging their sup
port, I think now thc best thiug for]
ns to do is to organize at. once
I propose at an carly date to call a
meeting, so friends keep a lookout for j
H. IC. Covington.
The Average Rainfall.
A close observer says that near
ly one half of the yearly average
has already fallen for 1903. Janu
ary 3.11 inches; February 10.87;
March 8.03, which is an excess
over that o?' the corresponding per
iod of 1902 of "7.52 inches. The
total rainfall for the past year 19
02 was 10.01 inches. The average
rainfall lor thc past fifteen years I
has been 51.44 inches. So that it I
is seen that we havo had nearly
one-hall our share for 1003 in tho
li rat three montns. This would
indicate drouths in the summer or
A Loss to Our Town.
Wc regret to learn that Mr.
Hobart Schultz, our popular baker
has decided to move to Newberry.
Wc will certainly mies him when
the picnic soasou cornea, as it so I
handy to call thcro for bread cakes, !
and pies, which saved much labor
A Small Fire
The huming of a tenant house at
Mr. J. A. Spears last Thursday
night about S o'clock' gave our peo
ple ii slight scare. The house and
contents were burned in remarkably
short tiiue and strong suspicions J
were entertained that it was fired
by .some one not on good terms
with the colored woman who occu
pied it. By hard work thc lire was
confined to the one building.
Edward L. Utley, under 20 yrs
sentonco lor tho murder of Hol
lingsworth at Fayetteville last]
fall, must pay the sentonco says
the snpremc court.
The following obituary recent
ly appeared in a Missouri paper:
"John Anderson, we are sor
ry to say, has been deceased- He
departed lins last Munday, he
went fourth without a strugle
and such is lifo. Ile kept the
grocer sion- at the Corners and
his wife will si ill keep it. His
virtues' was numerous and his
wife inherits them. We are hap
py lo si ail that he never cheated
and was always an honorable
man and his wife is also. His
wife will keep the store jest like
he did and will be pleased to
see old customers nt eny time."
-Chicago Record Herald.
Items of Interest From This Hus
tling Little City.
The Easter services at. the
Methodist church on Sunday
was attended by a large and ap
preciative congregation. A nice
and appropriate program was
splendidly carried out by the
good women of our town, the
missionary workers mainly.
Tho church was handsomely
decorated with flowers and the I
music exceptionaly fine.
The new church is a hand
some one and speaks well for
the people of this country. It
shows tnat there is solid senti
ment in the hearts of the people
for things that are pure and of
-good report. Show me the
churches and school houses of
anv country and I can quickly
tell what the people are. But,
not withstanding all these ad
vantages that we have in Clio,
there is always some conceited
Jack-a-napes rtady to circulate
something derogatory to the
good name of our church and
its people. I speak for the peo
ple. I speak for the entire Metho
dist church at this place when
I say that the people are indig
nant and full of wrath, at the
'following'items, both of which
appeared in the Pee Dee Advo
cate from the facile pen and
massive brain of its correspond
ent at this place--one who never
fails to give us the "hot stuff."
The first notice Bays that there
will be a "social rally servi ce"
at the Methodist church on Sun
day morning. This is a covert
sneer at the Methodist Church
here. This would be writer
I knows as well as he knows
where he lives that there never
has been a social function of any
kind held in the church at this
place; and he also knows that
the pastor of our church and the
good christian women who are
members of the church woul l
never allow a social meeting of
any kind in the ch arch, and es
pecially on Sunday. He also
says this Bally would be with
a fine christian flavor. From
this I infer that christian flavor
is a rare thing in this especial
church and nowhere else. Now,
a christian flavor anywhere in
church or out is "a thing of
beauty and joy forever.' ' But I
know of one box of Ointment
that has a dead fly in it; and,
then again, there is flavors that
are not sweet smelling, that
sticketh closer than a brother,
and the winds and little birds
carrietk the news even into a
Now for the 2d effusion of this
prodigous brain, which reads
thus: "Conference dresses and
Flinch parties are am^n^ *v
if.ruiii'! o^nibimitiori Vi
JU, v/??, ?vj xui UK me dresses go,
our ladies always dress well,
whether there is to be a confer
ence or not.
Flinch Parties are all right
and can be found in any up-to
date town where no conference
is to be held. Thia mental Her
cules dubs it as the great church
conference. For once he is right,
but did not intend it to convey
the magnitude of its greatness.
It represents a great church, lt
represents godly men and worn-j
en. It represents broad views on
religious aifairs. It condemns
sin, lieing, stealing and bearing
false witness, but it does not
condemn the game of Flinch if
a fellow does not "flinch other
people's properly." So if any
ol' our visitors want to play
Flinch they can do so with the
sanction of the best people here.
Now as to the combination of
pride, sin and christianity. First
pride and christianity go hand
in hand. A good christian is.
proud of his church, proud of
his good name, and proud to
meet with his brethren in a
great conference like we are
going to have here. Pride keeps
a man from doing things that
would make a heathen chinese
blush with shame, and it also
keeps him from trying to pose
as a saint when everybody
knows he is a sinner vile. The
above combination does not suit
everybody. We know of some
who have only one of the com
biiiations and that is a black sin
-the sin of playing the wolf in
"When any one wants to get oil'
"Cheap John" wit, the best subject
to work on would be a Ten Pin
Alley or a baseball game, not a
live church in a live town like Clio.
Wc have in our town as pure and
relined christian women as you will
lind in tho world, and whoever gays
anything to the contrary will al
ways find a foeman worthy of his
slcel, whether the accusation is
made in the papers or on thc stree (s.
In regard to thc male sinners of
the combination named, they arc in
hopeless minority, as thc natives of
this tc wu would never do as people
have done who rightfully belong
some where else-its needless for
mc lo say where. You will hear
from me again ii' necessary on this
Jas. F. McG.
April 20, 1903.
At c. s. MCCALLS.
Report of. County Supervisor, for Quarter Ending
March 31, 1903.
WARRANTS DRifWN ON ORDINARY Ff ND
In favor of Whom. Claim No. For What J
0 S McCall, 482,517
D B Fletcher, 637
J C Usher, 641
E S Carl?se, 446,512
J H Thomas, 511
C F Covington, 513
Marlboro Democrat, 604
C D EoBterling, 514
' Pee Deo Advocate, 606
Pauper club'. $
Pauper, lumber &ci
Feed for mules
Salary as Coi oner
Magistrate : dary
TL Crosland, 459,486,501,602,603 Magistrate und lunacy, 75 00
W L Stanton, 499,600 Salarv and c >i t
Simon Strauss, 83,117,159,163,168 Physician,lunacy vt.
J M Jackson, 49,128,263,286 292 Pauper, &c.
Simou Strauss, 178,181,226,267,269 Pauper and lunacy
J II Heuuett, 119 Tools for roi id
J A Drake 145,146,302,487 Janitor, wot
Excelsior lld Co., 147 Hardware
Dr. A S Townsend, 197,265.450,458,432, Lunac
W S Rowe,
W S Rowe,
W S Rowe,
J A Calhoun,
C F Mourc,
W S Rowe,
J. M Jackson,
R A Peee,
Dr. J L NnpierJ
T. L. Crosland,
J T Douglas & Bro.
Lunts & Richardson
McRac & Symc3,
B E Moore,
M. Hardware Co.,
Dr. R B Covington,
J C Dunbar,
C A Moore,
J C Hamer,
ll II Newtou,
Dr. J. L. Napier,
C M Weatherly
M. W. Grocery,
W M Atkinson,
J II Bennett,
J B Green,
J T Brigmnn,
M & Coward,
B F Coward,
E S Carlisle,
J II Thomas,
J D Hays,
B H Thurman,
W J Weatherford
C D Brigman,
J D Hays,
John A Calhoun,
M E Coward,
G W Waddell,
E S Carlisle,
J II Til o m a 8,
J A Di n kc,
T L Crosland,
C D Easterling,
Dr. J F Kinney
C A Moore,
J A Pols ton,
J M King,
W Li Stanton,
TA' J AfHri?
il l.l ,:? nw,?:;-,
A ib?'rji Po.wofi-.
hnjik uf I -weis,
'ChiiV. oi Marlboro
A. ? .1. Ky. Agt.
> ? -, Breeden;
i>anic of Marlboro,
ACL Ry Agent,
Pauper and luniu
Physician, Inti i ?y
Magistrate uti*., lu
Examining <; .
Board of Et
Book for Cl
Burial of p ip<
Pauper acct . i I
Board of E
Com, hay n
Salary and '.
Work on r
Salary as Ai
Salary as Ti
Pauper acco ni
Salary and SI
Magistt atc s
R tihd. w?fc? ?
Ship .siuti. $
Warranis Drawn on thc Deficiency Fund
W L John,
J W McLauriu
.1 nines A .McDaniel,
L D Odom,
Railbrd Gibson i
W B Adams,
W M Atkinson,
Janies A Drake,
Il S Grant,
VJ li Hamilton,
Dr J F Kinney,
M J Quick,
J W Odom.
\V A Rogers,
J J Tart,
J M Jackson,
H C Campbell, 259
WS R?wo, 157,223,225,271,272
R.uik of McColl,
Wulker E vt Co,
.1 ll Green,
.Lines A Drake,
ll K Covington.
J 1$ lluckubec,
James A Drake,
W P Rrccden,
J B (been.
Indiana Machine Co.,
C W Fox wort li,
ll R Townsend.
Com and Foddc
Hauling sand on
Corn and Oats,
131,149,171,227,312,302.380 M agiatral
31 Sheriff fees,
12.15 Court Expense
If? Seed oats for ]
17 Wood for com
19 Road work (E
05 Pair o? Mules
02 Conveying Li
70 Road Work
09 Repairs for ir
57 Road work
07 "Work on roa>
09 Work on roai
Carrants Drawn on the One Mill Road Fun
Work on road
Lumber and i
Corn and Fod
Bank of Marlboro, 7
J T Lee, 31
Peter Stubbs, 41
John K Fletcher. 49
Indium! Maehine Co, 42 Scraper edge
Luther Motelier 52 Work on road
Mitchel McLean, 53 Blacksmith v
L D Odom, 32 Work on roa
W B Thompson, 39 Work on roa
J T Leo, 51 Work on roa
John O Sanders 55 Ditching
James O'Neal, CS Wrork on roi
A L Calhoun, til Work on roa
Asbury Power, 71 Work on ro:
A D Barrington, 72 Work on ro
J II Gibbs; 73 Work on ro:
A S Jackson, 74 Hauling on
Alick Quick. 79 Work on ro
Luther Fletcher, 80 Work on ro
A W Morison, SI Feed for m
O M Pegues, 82 Work ou o
T J Adams, ?3 Lumber, ?.V
J D Woodley. 84 Lumber
Joshua Fletcher, 85 Work on r
Harry McCrimmon, 8ft Work on ro
Warrants Drawn on Fines and Licence 1<
I) D Stubbs,
J II Tilomas,
J T Covington,
T K Fletcher,
R M l'e-ucs, 23
J I) Moore, 22
Indiana Machine Co., 21
Champion machine Co 20
J ll Stephen? 27
M K Blinman, 4
Charlie Odom, 50
C D Easterling, 45
T h Crosland, 31,35.30 10
Dr. J V Kinney 40.48
W W Irby, 75
JJ A Hamer, 78
Jury, wit nc
Milage as c
on Commutation Fit
C S McCall, 8 Horrowcd i
Asbury Powers, 100 Work pp r
C S Mccall. 109 Borrowed i
W M AthinooD, 112 Work ou r
J F David, 115 Work on
Asbury Powers, 118 Work on r
Warrants Drawn on thc Jail Fund.
J b Green 491.492,493,491,495,190,497,498, Jail lt
J II Wilkes & Co. 1 Gotn and (
Agi A ? L Co., 2
Joo T Covington, 13
W W S??! moa 02
J A Calhoun. 6U
Fob 20 Executor II J wo Co 59
M. E. COW.
Notice of Court.
NOTICE ia hereby gtvon thnt the Couit j
of Guucrnl Sessions for tho County cf
Marlboro will convene nt Bennottavillo OD
tho Fourth Monday in April, (.being the
27th day thereof)' 1903, and tho Court of
Common Pican on the Wednesday next j
following Eaid fourth Monday in Aprit,
(being tho 29?1 day thereof) 1903, at Bcn
ncttsvilio in and for tho county of Marlboro
and Slate of South Carolina. All persona
interested will take due notice thereof.
J. A. DRAKE,
Clork Court ol' C. P. ?fc G. S.
For Marlboro Co., S. C.
mat eh 19, 1903.-5
'^^P^^who is in McCall wish
es to inform the public tbat lie has
visited, since November, Sumter,
Manning, Georgetown, Darlington,
Hurtsville and Bciineilsvillc and
has fitted over 1,500 men, women
and children willi glasses during
that time. Dr. Noot gives a guar
antee ol' five years in most cases.
Should you have any defects as fol
lows, call and see bim at McColl
Drug Co Store until May 4th.
Many cases of headache, neural
gia, nervousness, irritability, insom
nia, v?rtigo, nervous prostration,
and Ibo. seeming stupidity of ehild
rcn are often due to detective vision
caused by an abnormal eurvacurc
of thc cornea or crystalline, lens, or
to an irregularity of tho refracting
media of thc eye, and are relieved
at once upon the application of thc
proper glasses. Ninety per cent of"
people over forty years of agc need '
glasses and fifty-five per cent of thc
ninety need them for distance.
SOME SYMTOMS OE DEFECTIVE
1. If you arc unable lo read fine
print, to sew, or do any linc work
for any length of time, especially by
gas or lamp light, you need glasses.
2. If thc eyes ache or waler or
everything "swims" or becomes
"dim" or looks "hazy" or blurred
when using thom a short time, and
you have to look hard losco plain
ly, you need glasses.
3. If you have a smarting or
burning sensation, in or about the
eyes you need glasses.
4. If you find yourself looking
sideways (turning thc head to one
' . - -.?...i fi,"
you neeO ?:. ;? :>?:.
?v.- -I?;}'.'>'? itu ?t!(? Iriy?? to soe
tiUil'C L)\. ?illy. , ,U need gi.I.-Wi::.
o. ii j^u I'.'ull ". distune*
and not close to you, vice versa,
you need glasses.
7. If you can't easily thread a
needle you need glasses.
8. If you become sleepy and
have a tired feeling in thc eyes after
[reading a short while, youvnced
9. If you have redness and in
flammation of the eyes and lids
frequently there is a dull ache or
sense of discomfort in or about the
eyes-you need glasses.
10. If you haven frowning ex
pression about tho eyes, squint or
shrink upon going into the sunlight
ordo not secas well as your friends
you need glasses.
11. You have glasses and they
are not perfectly easy and comfort
able, they are not right, and arc ail
injury lo your eyes.
12. If you need glasses how, you
need them, and the sooner you get
them thc belier for your eyes.
Every day's delay may be invalua
ble and may bc one day nearer total
blindness. Then how foolish to
postpone getting glasses.
13. If you have glasses that do
not suit you come and sec him. No
charges for examination.
Charleston office 36G King st.
is displayed by many a man enduring
pains of accidental (Juts, Wounds, Bru
ises, Burns, Scalds Sore leet or still joints
Hut there's no need tor it. Bucklen's
Arnica Salve will kill the (iain and cure
thc trouble. It's thc best Salve on earth
tor Price, too. 25c, at Druggist.
Ladies wear Mendels Eros.,
wrappers' $1.00 each-fit guaran
teed or money refunded at Mit tie's
"Wm M. Gibson, a bright young
man li) years ol age si nil a son of
Mr. William V, Gibson, 01 Gibson
Station, died tit Trinity College
Saturday 4th, after an illness of
four weeks with fever.
Court is in session at Chester
The Chieogo Bloomer Girls will
cross hats with the Oh cr aw base
ball team on the 23(1.
KNOX LIVINGSTON. ll, WO F KO II I) WAIT
LIVINGSTON & WAIT,
Attorneys at Law,
Bl?NNI?TTSVILI.E, So. CA.
NOTICE TO OUEDITOUS.
ESTATE lt. B. COVIKOTON
A LL and singular (he creditors ol' thc
late Dr. li, H. Covington are hereby
notified to present their respectivo claims
duly attested and all indebted to the .same
j will please make immediate- payment to
.1. S. Cl) VI MITON,
Clio, S.C., a pl ?, Administrator.
Freight hill 69 10
Mulos 635 04
Constable services , 7 05
Magistrate Balary 25 00
Toot. &<.. 77 78
SJRD, Supervisor, M. C.
SPF CI AL NOTICE.
We are manufacturing TOBACCO
FLUES. See us before buying. Wo
will save you money.
Febjlttf P. A. HODGES.
By far tlie most popular game
of this or any previous season
is the game called "Flinch".
This game has captured every
commnnity where it has been
introduced. They are kept on
sale at Carroll's Jewelry store,
Price CO cents.
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
Estate of L. D, Quick.
HAVING this day filed in the Probato I
Judge's office of Marlboro county
my final return as Administratrix of estate
of L. D. Quick, deceased, Notice is bore- [
by given that I will apply to said Court
on the 24th day of Apru\1903, for a final;
discharge as such Administratrix;
NANCY JANE QUICK,
Mch 20, 1903- Adm'x.
For putting in prime condition
any horse or mule the best of all
remedies is Ashcraft's Condition
Powders. These Powders are won
derfully effective because they cre
ate appetite, the digestion is made
perfect, worms and parasites de
stroyed, and the system cleansed
Of all gross humors. The Pow
ders fatten but never bloat.
Ashcraft's Condition Powders
are wrapped in doses. In fact, in
their preparation the same care is
used that a druggist would exer
cise in the filling of a physician's
prescription. High grade and real
merit is the first consideration.
Ashcraft's Powders consist of
small doses, prepared from the
purest and highly concentrated in
gredients, that have been found
beneficial to horses and mules.
Ashcraft's Condition Powders
always high grade-are not to be
classed with the many bulky, good
for-everything powders now on the
Ask for Ashcraft's, the kind put
up in doses, and good for horses
and mules only.
' I!? !>. ?I5V to?-;??;* :
j?lLjUi tilj; atyi Ni <"
jbeuneiiaviiie, b. vj.
Texas Wood Cottou Seed
This is to certify that we, tiie un
dersigned, have been planting the P.
S. Stubbs famous Texas Wood Cotton
Seed, selected from choice stalks, and
wc find thc cotton to be exactly as
tepresonted by him. Ii is the equal,
if not superior, to any variety of cot
ton that we have ever planted.
C. M. Weatheily,
J. F. Breeden,
J. B. Green,
J. A. Drako.
J. A. Edens,
J. T. Clark.
I planted some of the "Improved
Cottou Seed" sold by P. S. Stubbs
aud I am well pleased with them.
C. S. McCall.
Nov. 17, 1902.
THE best workmanship.
Bay Rum and Tonic Treatment
Tools the best and sharpest.
Polite attention always assured
Three Artists in constant at endance
LADIES WORK a Specialty !
Once a customer, always a customer.
JACKSON & HATCHER, .
Anyono sondlnR n sketch and description may
quickly ascertain mir opinion frea whether aq
Invention In limitably jmtcntalilo. Communica
tions strictly conlldoiitlal. Handbook on Patents
sont freo. Oldest nuency for Recuring patenta.
l'jitcntH taken through Munn & Co. rcccWft
?pretal notice, without charnu. In the
A handsomely Illustrated wookly. I-arsost cir
culation of any solomillo Journal. Terms. ?3 a
year; four months, $1. SoldUyall newsdealers.
MUNN & Co.36,B,oadwai, New York
Urnuch Onlco. C25 F St., Washington. V. C.
ALL pcrsoriH uro hereby warned not to
Trcspads on nny of my landa or landB
rented or controlad by mo in Marlboro co.,
cither hy walking, riding, hunting, hunt
ing, fiahing, or nllowing nny stock to run at
largo, or Htakctl 01 tied, upon ennio. Any
violation of th io notico will bo dcnlt with
na thc law directs.
Feb 13, 1903. W. A. SMITH.
m VV. BOUCHIER,
J*, A Attorney at Law,
Benncttsvillc, S. C.
Offico on Darlington street near Po?ta
Telograpb offico. January, 1899.
- is what keeps
MITTLE S WM T?HE IIGRI1SE
? <M>O0O?<H>OO<>O C OOO ?
And ComiB?g tn daily,,
er <. :
is what yon get at
3G inch Black or Colored Silks at S7 1-2 cents
40 inch White Lawn at 5 cents.
Best Charnbraj-s 8 1-2 Best Ginghams 8 1-2 cents
Best Sea Island Percale, 3G inches wide, at 10 cents
Good Quality Percales, 30 inches wide, 7 1-2 cts.
Frnit of the Loom Bleaching, 8 1-3 cts
Audroscoggin Bleaohing 8 1-3 cts
Barker's Bleaching, 8 1-3 cts.
10-4 Pepperal Sheeting, Bleached, 25 cents
BEST CALICOES, at 4 1-2 cts
Special Prices on LACES and EMBROID
ERIES. Largest line in town to select from.
All kinds at prices to suit you.
Our Millinery lim? leads them all.
If you haven't seen it, your neighbor can tell you about it.
HONEST GOODS at living prices
is what you get at
THE UP-TO-DATE MERCHANT.
g run;, j&t&d ii
What some people you Kno w, ami who have TOMI ed .These
Goods, Say about the Excelsior Cook Stoves:
] bought an "Excelsior Cook Stove" last Spring. lam well pleased with, t
It not only performs well but requires less wood than any Stove I ever had.
GEO. M. WEBSTER.
1 have been using the new " Excelsior Cook Stove" made by I. A. Sheppard &
Co., tor i6 years, and it has always given entire satislaction.
' /Mrs J; G. W. COBB.
Mrs COBB has just put in another
I regard the "Excelsior Cook Stoves and Ranges" as good as the best, and
when m need of a Cooker I endeavor to get that make ol Stove.
A. J. BRISTOW.
Mr. BRISTOW bought one from a sister town, as until recently
there was no agency in Bennettsvi?e.
Tho "Excelsior Rango" bought of you givos ontiro Brdiafncliou.
JAS. F. DAVID.
These goods and ali kind of Hardware, Crockery, Paints, Oils
So , can be had at EXCELSIOR HARDWARE CO.
Bennettsviiie, s. c. Next to W. P. Breeden's. .
Diarrhoea, Dysentery, and
(he Bowel Troubles of
Children of Any Ago.
Aids Digestion, Regulates
the Dowels, Strengthens
the Child and Makes
lOr ttkU 85 MBU to C. ?I. MOFFETT, M. D., ST, LOUIS, MO.
Orna o? D. H. HARDT, Secretory of Bullo. AUSTIN, Toi., NOT. 31,1800.
I hare feud Dr. Stoffen'? THETHINA ? aplendld rornody und aid for my U.lhlnp; children. \\ hen ray oldei,
boy ?t> 4 iMthtal ?M14, ?wy laeceedlna day warned nf that wo would Inerltably loio him. 1 happened upon
TEET1UNA, andbo (U Monet administering it to him, and hi? lmprOToment wm marJr.cd In 31 hour?, and frons
Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists,
feat day on' ho losoparoud. X hay? constantly kept lt nn.l used lt ?Inco with, mj children, and hn?o token croat,
pteiiureln ?onadlng ?. proiirs lo ?il mothers ol young children. I found lt invalaablo even after tho teething
berlod vat poised.
11113. 1). II. HARDY.
Three Barbers 1 Three Chairs
SALOON ON MARION STREET.
EASY CHAIRS, CLEAN SHAVES
BEST OF HAIR CUTS1
Children receive special attention
either at the Shop at their house.
Your patronage solicited.
J. A. GRACE, Barber.
BENNKTTBVILLE, 8. O.
Digests what you eat.
Nature in strengthening and recon
atructlng tho exhausted digostiyc or
cans. I tis tho littest discoyer?ddigqste
i ant and tonic. No other preparation
I can approach it, in ctllciency. It in?
i stantly relieves and permanently CUTOS
I Dyspepsia, Indigestion, ?icartburn,
I Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
I Sick Headache, Gastralgia.Crampsarid
' all other results of Imperfect digestion.
Pilco50c. and $1. Largosliocontains?M time!
?ma 11 slzo. Book all abo u t (1 y spopsilam ailed f rc a
Pf epa fed by E, C. Dc WITT ACO*. CbUOCO?