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. A, BROWN - - - Editor
Tridav. February 19, 1904.
SnbncrIptton Price t
THE WAR IN THE EAST.
The news from East is still
conflicting. But, so far the Japs
seenis to have gained the ad
vantage in crippling the Russian
navy first before any heavy bat
tles on land.
The work of the Legislature
will be finishtct this week and
the members will return to their
homes. The boys are whisper
ing?that the twp members of the
House who voted for the repeal
of tlie Lion Law may not be re
turned next session.
W. J. Bryan is to address the
Legislature to day.
SENATOR HANNA NO MORE.
Succumbs to an Attack of Ty
phoid Fever, After Sickness
Senator Marcus A. Hanna of
Ohio, and one of the foremost
figures in American politics,
died in Washington at 6.40*Mon
day evening, after au illness of
The Funeral of Senator Han
na will take place to day at
The Ohio Legislature is now
in session and his successor will
be elected at once.
A Board of Trade.
lu accordance with the notice pub
lishcd last Friday, lhere was an en
thusiastic meeting of tho business men
of tlio town in the office of Judge Mc
Latirin, and n Board of Ti ade organ
ized with the following officers:
C. E. Exum, President,
A. .T. Matheson, 1st Vice President.
H. W. Carroll, 2nd Viee President,
J. F. Everett, ord Vice President,
B. W. Wait, Sec'y and Treas.
Board pf Directors,
C. E. Exum, A. J. Matheson,
H. W. Cm roll, J. F. Everett,
B. Wi Wait, C. S. McCall,
D. D. McColl, Sr, J. T. Douglas.
Twenty members were enrolled.
Thc dues is ?(> per year payable quar
terly. A carefully prepared constitu
tion was read and adopted.
Those wishing to join may obtain
auy information from liie Secretary.
J. .. uiduii i ie ru.
The men of Wilmington will
again have ?in opportunity to hear
tho Rev. E. 0. Watson, of Spar
tanburg, S. C., who is considered
South Carolina's lending Metho
dist divine, lie will address tho
Y.. M. CJ A. Men's meeting at 5
o'clock lins afternoon upon the
subject ^Ono Thing Lacking."
Miss Mable Palmer, of Chicago,
will sing " Never Alone" and the
Association Male Quartette will
contribute several selections.
Wilmington Star, 14th.
The Constitution's Cash Offer
A Chalice For A Rich Prize.
HiVeyou read Hie Atlanta Constitu
tion's great oiler published elsewhere in
this paper? It not read it over carefully,
two years ago a gentleman at Mc?oll
got a big priz'i. The contest is open to
all alike upon thc conditions stated.
Subscribers to this paper may under
thc Port Receipts > Contest, either by
complying with the exact terms ot the
offer as it is lound in the advejtiscment
or by subscribing to thc Constitution
and this paper in combination as fol
lows; The Weekly Constitution and
The Democrat holli, one year, $-;,oo
and one estimate in tue contest The
Sunny South and The Democrat both
one year $i,50 and one estimate in the
contest. Tne Constitution and Sunny
South with The Democrat, all three one
year, $2,25 and two estimates in the
contest. Upon receipt ol your order
with the rendit ince w c will toward it
promptly to the Constitution and send
you estimates in exact compliance with
the terms ol the oller II" you wish io
make more than one estimate or more
than the two estimates provided for
above, there is provision tor that si you
ein send ii directly to the Constitution
or to us.
Thc great combination oILr. Weekly
Constitution, Sunny South and The
Marlboro I lemocrat is the ideal pevi?
naper proposition lor looa The Week
ly Constitution affords all thc ne .vs ol
each week troni every available source
ot general or special interest. The Sun
ny South presents a ric'i variety ol stor c ,
articles, items ol adventure and travel,
personal contribution, am] columns ol
happy sunshine to supplimcnt the news
features) ol Thc Constitution and com
plete the oliet. The Democrat gives
thc County news local happenings, ac
coums ol local interest, and a presenta
tion of (.vets from tl c view point of one
who stands near by you and under
stands how to give just what you wan'
to read about me home happenings.
We believe that such a combination
is invincible, that it will bc of inestima
ble value in your home and that it will
bring your subscription -promptly to our
olin c. |)o not delay, now is the time
to subscribe. Make the details ol your
otfer perfectly plain, give your estimates
in plain hgures so that all may under
stand what you mean. Wc will forward
thc subscriptions and estimates c irelully.
Address ?ll orders to The Marlboro
Derne erat Bennet tsville. S. C.,
A Knock Ont
Dr, King's New Medicine for cold,
Cold Breaker is now getting in some
tine Work. lt is speedy, sale and
sure. The price is only 25. Come,
nient package. Find ii at Bennetts.
Ville Drug Co.
DOTS FRO? BRIGHT3YILLE.
\Yell Mr. Editor:-We have har}
another a'.cet which found niany with
out wood, OB the other Blect was juat
Our school now numbera about
eighty, and we hear of-more to come
a9 soon as the weather gets better.
Djn't it look like that we need more
money for our country schools than
what we are getting. I wish some one
would appropriate a good sum for our
school Thia is not beggary, but I see
where it could be put to good use.
Pu Says that he bears talk of many
who may run this year for various
olfices. May your columns be full of
names, as we want many to select
from, we believe in rotationl what is
the use of we boys goiug to school
and cotton so high if a few gets all
the ood places in a life time? So boys
don't bother W. L. lo find out what
trustee in BrightBville will make us a
good officer. We boys will run him, j
aud if we tire we believe others will
onie in and help us to catch him.
We will cel?brale Washington's
birthday Friday 26th, so, if you don't
believe what I have been telling you 1
about our school, co "ne up and eoe for
Mrs Sue Usher thinks that she has
tho fiuest baby in the coun y; but,
there are so ninny, it is hard to tell
who has the menneat.
Mr. Editor, what about the public
squaie? We did not get grass enough
lust year to amount to much. Had we
belier uot try a hot bed this spring
and lot thc public have planta, as
vegetables are so scarce. ^
Feb 10, 04. A School Boy.
Other Brightsyille News.
Miss Mary Ann Beverly, who
ha? been staying with her grand
perents at Gibson, N, C., has re
turned home. j
M?BS Rosa Odom expeots to re
turn to Hartville on Monday
next, to resume her studies at the
Welch Neck High School. j
Mrs Caroline Powyer, who died
at her eon's home below town,!
, was buried nt the Lyle's grave
yardea Monday, Rev, W. B.
Baker conducted the funeral ser
Notwithstanding the extreme
cold weather ou Thursday tho at
tendance ot school was good, twen
ty five being present. Our school
has enrolled seventy six this term.
The children are preparing some
exercises in honor of Washington's
Feb 12, 1904. X.
A Birthday Party.
Maeter Montgomery Robinson en
ertaiued iu a charming mauner, a
number of his little friends on the Oth
inst, from 2 30 11 5 o'clock.
This day marked the seventh mile
stone rm J?i^ !ifrt'<s :- fl " r "
? . . * j ropa? '. 'f li ins i . ' i ut ^<:t'' : i
. .'? - . i. .i?a Rjith w? ?t^r?y; M.i-:
|-i-..*..;?:, M ii-. EI?UIHA ?M:,'
I.'.:' Rum f??fc?'r !
?dith Hamer. Masters Marion Reese.
Covington Parham, Curtis Hamer.
Muster Montgomery wna the recip
pient of a number of nice gifts.
The little guests tender heartiest
. hanka to their host for a moat de
From Upper Smithville'
Mr Editor- A few lines from this
section. The old "bell ringer" ia now
operating a brick kill and toting Bob
Budgies nre atill coming iu, and wo
expect old Kate will have to pull two
buggies nt the same time.
Fine time for work. Our farmers
are preparing tor the next crop
The boys in this section are hunting
hirds with bound doga and 22 calibre
We had a big snow and it was
orel ty cold.
Fob 12, 1904. Gobbler.
A Contributed Recipe.
Scrapple may be made from either
of these meats, although fresh pork ia
generally preferred for it. The famous
Philadelphia acrapple is made by carc
nilly cleaning, a fresh pig's head, or
u-'ing an equal quantity of the trim
nings of fresh pork. After wnahing
moat put it over the fire in a gallon of
water palatably salted, and boil gently
until the bones drop from the fleah;
thou thc broth ia to be atrnined and
returned to the fire; the meat eutirely
free from boi e is to ba chopped fine
and put with the broth; aa Boon aa it
begins to boil, yellow Indian meal ?a
scattered in with thc left hand, the
light being us;d for Btirring with a
wooden spoon or apatula. When the
-crappie ia as thick aa hasty pudding
that is, when tho spoon will stand up
right in it for an instant-it ia to be
very highly seasoned with salt, pepper
cayenne, ango, thyme, and majoram,
.ln> herbs reduced to a fine powder;
tlie scrapple is then allowed to boil
-lowly for an hour, with an occasion
al stirring to prevent burning; when
l ine, it is poured into a square tin pan
wei with cold water, and set away to
?oi'. The scrapple ia sliced and brown
?il io Ind or bot drippings for break
ifst or supper, being seasoned with
nit and pepper while browning.
Small Pox ir. North Carolina
Tho bulletin of health reports
"Jmall pox in 25 countios: Ala
nance having 10 cases, Buncombo
IO, Cumberland 3, Davidson 120,
I).ivie eight, Graham five, Forsy
te 24, Jackson 12, McDowell four,
Madison 20, Pitt eight, Polk eight
Randolph lour, Robeson 24, Rock
ngham 12, Rutherford seven,
Swaine and Yancy two eaoh,
Wilkes 10, Wilson .three.
EST* Fresh Ont\Meal only 15c
tr two for "?fm at
vi nknii i n uy ? i.
Great New Offer Upon Rec I ^ of Cotton.at All
United States Ports From : m ber 1st, f
J May 1st, 1904, Bi elusive.
Contest Open?ti Jan. 18thri804, fe
.. ?? ,-- - .DB-VISION OF I ml 3. *
For tho exact, pr the nnarest to the exact, estimate of - -moor of Baloo
of Cotton rocoivod at all United States ports from 81 I003, to May . -
let, I004, both Inclusivo. . .j. ? 2 BOO.OO
For tho next nearest estimate....*.......'?.........'r.'. '. ..|,000;00
For tho next nearest estimate*.?
. ..:. 600.00
For tho 5 next nearest estimate, $2J3.0O each. . .? . 125.OO
For tho IO ?oxt nearest estimates,-12.00'oach. . ,S2B*?2
For tho 20 noxt nearest estlmatos, IO.OO each. . 200.00
For tho BO noxt nearest estimates, ' coo each. . *>bO.OO
For the IOO next nearest estimates, 3.00 each. . ?5O0.00
Additional Offers for Best Estimates
Made Durinsr Different Periods
of tho Contest. .
For convenience tho timo of tho con
test ?3 divided f?ito estimates received
by The Constitution during four pe
riods-the first period .eoyeriWg .froaV .*.". '
the..beginning of- contest'to'February
10, 19U4; second porlpd, from Febru
ary 10 to Af arch 1, 1904; third period,
March .1 to 20; .fourth period, March -
20 to April 20, 19G4. Wo will ?Ivo
."the- best estimate" received-" thiring " ~ .'. .
each period (lu addition to whatever .. "' -'. -
other prize It may/take, or If it take
no prlzo at all), the sum*of $125.00. " -
Tho four prizes thus cfTored at -
St 25.OO each amount to.? 500.00 | rn?
Gonditions o? Sending Esiimaies in
Subject to theusual conditions, ns stated regular!
ls now on. - Attention is called to the following-summary
1. Send $1.00 for The Weekly Constitution one yeai
2. Send 50 cents for The, Sunny South one year
3. Ssnd $1.25 for Tho Weekly Constitution and S
TIMATES in tho contest-that is, 0:10 estimate for The
4. Send 50 cents Tor ONS ESTIMATE alono in tr.
SCRIPTIOi-t. Such a remittance merely pays for the pr.
make a number of estimates on this basis, you may sen
warded at the same time estimates are sent. If as man;
without subscriptions, the tender may forward them wit
iered for only ten estimate:--ir? one order. A postal card r
CEIVED WITHOUT SUPS JTUTTIONS. Where subscript
PER ITSELF IS AN ACKNOWLEDGMENT THAT YOU
5. The money and the subscription and the estimai
The estimate, the money and the subscription go together.
Secretary Hester's Fiarures Coverlr
TOTAL PORT RECE
from lat September tn 1st Mar
cf following year. Thc period cov
not taking any of
.os) coming within
way of tho exact
? f,000.00 g
. M- I!
?.?'). 'J. -j
strlbution . among
not taking. any of
zes and .not saar
dation offer) corn
bales either . way .
os. .? .. j.OOO OO
tal.-. ?7,SOO OO
tie on any prize oatimato tho
1898-09..7.993,4 5 1.......
IOOO-O?. .6,346,3 12.
IQOI-02.7,2 18,179 ..,.
I902-03. ... .7.373 62 7.
Tho figures above ar:: certified by Secretary Hen ry U. l?ente:
furnish the officiai figured to dael ie thia contest.
? JJ.'._Alt -3
effat? "TMP AT? A Mi>-a
si a i
itltution each week, tho contest
DIME ESTIMATE in the contest.
DNE ESTIMATE in the contest.
3th one year, and send TWO ES
ind another for The Sunny South.
?OU DO NOT WANT A SUD
ng the estimate. If" yon wish to
PIMATES FOR EVERY $1.00 f or
ites aro received at the same timo
his splendid discount being of
sont for ALL ESTIMATIFS RE
id, THE ARRIVAL OF THE FA
HAS BEEN RECEIVED AND IS
n the same envelope every time.
nod of the Contest.
BALES IN COTTON CROP.
This IH morely for your information and la
not tho BUbjeet of this prcsont context. It ls
?iven only n? nu additional nid toan intelli
.."..I 1,2 74,840
. . .. 9,436,416
)rIoun-i Cotton Exchange, who will
..'i.- i^^ Jtt? S ? M I IO .'. il
loi at I '.. ii ii ins, i j
uerns, Jfalms ana otttei plautp,
well rooted, that she desires to
sell Cuttings 25c per dozen, .
Ono wan pale and Ballow and thc other
fresh and rosy. Whbhoe tho difference?
Sba who is bluuhing with health uses Dr
King's Now Lifo Pills to maintniu it. By
gently arousing'tho lazy organ- thoy com
pel good digestion and head off constipa
tion. Try them. Only 25c, at J T Doug
las & Bro Druggist.
A Tough Question.
Two nogroes were hoeing cotton
ou a hot Bummer's day, when thc
"Uncle Joe, doan't you wish
dut we had lived io don good ol'
days or' Lijuh de profit, when we
cud sot under a big shade tres en
shet our e3'es eu have de. birdc.to
feed us lak day !did .him?''
"Said Uukle Joe: No you tool
nigger, ef wo bad dat tuan Joshua
keepin de sun stan'in still all de
do time, en we niggera nobber
wud bo fm wuck. No, sali!"
He, Too, Loves Work
I like your splendid idea of
work. All work and no play is a
thousand times better than all
play and no work.
My father used to say; "Were
[ worth a million I would bring
up my children lo work.
All this tr^p cry and lazy whine
ibout work in both silly and wick
3d. I work seven days in a week
from 12 to 14 hours because I pre
fer to do so. it's the only way to
take solid comport.
Mere pleasure is a fraud and
delusion, What wc need (uot
what wo want) is solid comfort
'.hut satisfies the soul.
Nine-tenths of all the talk a
joutour hard lot is the result of
uziness, more love of money', vani
ty that longs for display.
My wife and I lived well enough
)n $400 a year, and could and
.vould do it again just as easily tis
10 years ago.
Not dear articles, but vain ex
travagance is thc paco that kills
ind suicides and wrecks BO many.
-A. S. A.
3Y Direction of the B mnl of di
rectora a epe?i 1 meeting of the
Stockholders of Itho Marli) >ro Fruit
3o., will be hold?nt Batik of Marlboro
n BonnettavilIftj 'S (,'.. nt 12 o'clock
n. on 10th Many) next to vote upon
ncreasing tho Capitaf ?Stock ol the
Company to TeaThousand Dollar?
nd also to consider any^pther matt-, ra
f interest to tho Corh,->anyW
Z T. Pear*o\Preat
D D. McOolL&f
.-;<> >'.;?-.nu ? ii j ?int* lt. -?-.V.V O fl '? Ri ?iwiond
Rf ?and Ihnija io ? '. \r
bile anil P?nsaoolo..
On account of the'Mardi (
at New Orleans, La., Mobil
Pensacola. Fla., February 10t
die Seaboard Air Line UaiU u
February yth to 12th, inclu?
cinl tickets from all coupon st
rate of oi:e first class tarp,
thc round trip. Tickets ar
turning to February 20th, b I
may he extended to March 5
bing with joint ngi nt ?nd p?
ennis. Stop-over is .tUowed
t iiTI conditions, at many poid
inp and reiuiii:tig.
The Scaboaid offcra choit
router, including the NEW \
vannah, Jaek-onville, ami a.
tire Slate ol Kloriil i. Thc
tho shott line io thc South.
For detailed inlbruiut on a
rates. ea!l on Seaboard uat n'H
J i.". \V. Stewart, Tra v. P
Coluuibiu, S. C.
I a'ti prepared to supplv
or tele dione polea from 3(
to suit; nt -hort notice. I
Hh-nheiui R F. D. 1.
Dec 10, I9b3. A. J
- Cottolone for sale ?
W. M. I
AN ORDINANCE to prevent
from running thoir panion n-\
othor trains within tho corpora
tho town of Rerr-tttsville?, tnor
milos aa hour >^
I5o it ind.liin il by IhciMuyor
mon of tito Town of BcnnettHV
Carolina, in City C .tincil naset
from mid after tho ratification o
aioaaco, ult railroads ruuning
Town nro prohibited from run .
passenger, freight or other trains
creator than ton miles aa hour,
iorparata limits of tho town,
railroad violating this Ordinanc
?abject, to tv fino of not moro
mildred Doll irs for each offoiiso,
.osed by tho Town Council, and
noted by oxcoutton on failure t
Dono and ratified in Council
lay of Jany, A. D, 1904.
P. A. HODGES,
M. MCLAURIN', Clerk anti Tren
Rf! II AT you erm ALWAYS I<
Jt The CORNER GUOUEin
Linc nf choice
Also a nice line of SHOES, U
VEA lt, und NOTIONS.
Our Table Goods aro fl
Give ns a CALL.
Wi WUK G F BCKEBUjiE? j
Sn (VE?? RD 'Air Lina RAILWAY; |
The Seaboard Air Line Ry eched?
e waB changed on January 10th.
rains leave Cheraw, S. C., ns follows.
ortbbound No G6 at 8:05 a. m.
" No 50 at 9:24 p. m.
mthbound No 57 nt 8:05 a. m.
No 27 at 10:40 p. m.
The Bonnettsville and Gheraw R.
...leaving Bennettaville nt 6. 45 ti
., connect with No 66 and No 57.
The afternoon tiain leaving Ben
.ttsville nt 4 p. rn. gives Bennetts
Ile people an opportunity to take.
lins No 50 and No 27.
^OR S AILE 2
A Bicycle for a lady or Gents
dor Black or Blue with 28 in
heels and rubber tires.
S. J. Pearson.
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
ESTATE OK E. T CUVJNOTON.
ANING thia day filed in tho Probate
. Jndgea o Hice our final Kcturna ad Ad.
listratora of thc Estate of Eli T. Col
ton deoonncd, notice ie hereby given
t wo will apply to said Court on tho
h day of Feby 1904 for Letters dismis
.' aa such Administrators.
J C. Covington,
T. G. Covington.
xi) 29th 1904. Adiniuistiators.
wo Lota on Rnnkor Hill-one aero in
lot and Int if aero in tho other. Storo
so on ono lot and Doublo house on tbo
ia tho George White property and will
ld at n bargain fur cash.
Apply tb T. L. Crosland,
Bennottavillo, S. C.
b lat, 1904.
URE BBEO BUFF ROCKS.
ifty, Reliable and Profitable,
e Hulf Plyriouth Rock is thc fow
:'ofit. The time lor setting lor the
.g brood is near at hand and to get
so as to have them ready when thc
.n opens, you should place orders at
and state date ol delivery.
ting di IS Eggs $1.50
D. A. COVINGTON,
5, 1904. Gibson, N C.
IRNING NOTICE !
\J persons are warned not to trcs
>ass in any manner on any of my
-walking, hunting, hauling, riding
erwise. 1 will prosecute all who
ard this notice, \
Z. T. fy RIG HT.
ember 9, 1903.
-sons are hcreby^ufned not to
"sh or othervytrisj/trespass in
upon ani/o/.'my -lands in
V?, \\\ Goodwin.
Superb S. C. White Leghorns,
i6 m nm^mmm $1.00
GEORGE W. VAN PE RB I LT STRAIN.
_^-THE AOKNO WEDGED EGG MACHINE. -
Have been tested at several Exp. Station*, and "have come off victors. 1 will
guarantee 10 Chicks to sitting or duplicate order ut half price. Corn, Peas;
Wheat and Rye taken io exohango. 1 will deliver at Bonnetteville on Salcsdays,
when orders are received 10 days in advance.
J. M. MOODY, McColl," S. C
-THE DIRECT WAY
BENNETTS VILLE & CHERAW R. R.
AIR LINE RAILWAY.
Leave Bennettsville *7.00 a. m., 4 00 p. m.
Arrive Cheraw *7.60 a. m., 6.00 p. m.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
* Direct . connections at Cheraw with through trains to
the North, East, South and West.
The short line aod nuickest time te Wilmington, Charlotte, Atlanta,
Raleigh, Richmond. Washington, Ballimore, Philadelphia, New York,
Boston. Buffalo, Pittsburg and ull points North and East;
The fhort lino anl quickest time to Columbia, Savannah, Jacksonville,
Tampa, Montgomery, New Orleans and all pointa South jtnd West..
Foi further information call on J. T. MEDLIN, aeent BcnnottsiiJle &
Cheraw R. lt.. Bcnnettaville.S C., or address JOS. W, STEWART\
T. P A.. SEABOARD AIR LINE RY., Columbia, S. C.
CHARLES F. STEWART, A. G. P. A., S.A L, Ry, Savannah, Ga.
M MA. ??^|U ?RTEB
pon mm m w ill ??T?.
Do You want A GRAIN DRILL?
If so, Get The Best.
We sold in this County last season ELEVEN of thc "Far
mer's Favorite Grain Drills," and every one of
them gave Perfect satisfaction. We guarantee them to please.
p.A?i what st.-ne of our customers have to say :
.MR. P. A. IL_GES,
I am very much pleaded with tho '.'Furniers Favorite Grain
Drill" bought of you last season, I have niantcd my crops of Oats, Wheat, Peat
md Sortjum Cane, and it haa niven me patl?fnt?f?on. Whom I liave boen putting
Four Bushels Oats when sowed with hand. T find Two and a Half Bushels puffi
niont when sowed with Drill. t Signed J. F. BREEDEN.
Thia is to eertify that wo planted our crop of small ?rain with the 'Farrnor'.1
Favorite Grain Drill" lant season and art* niched with it in every particular We
planted aa much as his bushel* Red Rust Proof Oat-- por acre, and in evcrX instance
?t cavo us a perfect stand, ami baa given entire uatisfuoiion. Wo heartily recoin
mend it. Signed T, S. and E. W. EVANS.
MR P. A. HODGES
Tho "Farmer'a Favorite Grain Drill" bought'of you haf |
niven entire satisfaction and I heartily recommend it. .
Signed J. C. HAMER.
-? eoooooeeco*oo<MX> ?~
See us if you Expect
to Buy a DRILL.
Sept 16, 1903.
f. T. DOUGLAS.
A. C. DOUGLAS
J.T. DOUGLAS k BROTHER,
Practical Pharmacists and Dealers in
I^nrc Shrugs and patent Medicines,
?lam and Fancy Stationery and School Supplies.
9 \FXA.09 v tux
GLASS and PUTTY.
FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours
and guaranteed co be of the I'urgst Drugs and at
\ full line Garden Seed &&Oiiion Sets
Tliankful for past liberal patronage we s?
ito who if-.ii
* :? - :
THT FACE VALUE
ot our jewelry is much greater than
Jie prices we are asking for it.' This*
lowever does not imply any iack ol value
in our goods, pn the contrary, every
article is fully guaranteed as to quality.
Vo'?r own' eyes will tell you that it is
jil-that artistic taste and the dictates or
fashion can command.
We make a specialty of fine watch re
pairing, ' Also Jewelry ol all descrip
B.' J. TE ARSON,
Next door to Postoffice.
Tm KU Doon ruo M Anu?s HOUSE.
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 J (t
Once a customer, always a customer
ITATCHE? .& MUDD,
\ ' TONSORIAL ARTISTS.
WE STILL FERD
. <FH? H?NGRY!
Wnfctfr in town' and you want a good
muni, remember wo can servo yon.
, ?_ A good meal for 250. RcRtnnrant.
north cit tho AJarkiH.
FRESH OYSTERS In every etyle.
D. J. BRAYBOY
BennettsviSle & Cheraw Railroad
C?mnreS?i?n?: Monday ' Nov: 9,*-1&03,
?nd untiliurTtter notice, > tra?as between
Dheraw and BeKJEi*sviH,'? w'? oe operated
m tho following'^hpdulo, daily except
>VE8T BOUND FROM'BES
" Leyve ?\; lloek's
. Arrive Chet :..<..
?icaV? B??hott) -,
fi 45 n m
7 40 a rn
. u ni ,
4 OU p r?,
? o0 p.m
fi SO p ra
6 00 p m
EAST BOUND FROM onERAW.
Lesivo Kol lock'3
8 10 am
8 20 a m.;
. ?35 ca
Arrive Bftrivieltsvillo 9 00 a-ty
IjOftvo vl.eratr . 9 25 n ni :
Leavo-KbllookV. 9 30 p in
A;s vc tyatmi ,'. ?
I' 20 p ru
A v.. IRAGIE; SUPT
15 th Day.
THE GREAT ootb
Produces thc above results lu 30 DA*j
powerfully and quickly. Cures whej
tail. .Young men and old men will re
youthful, vigor by using REVIVO,
and surely restores from effects of sclf-aBus
excess and indiscretions Lost Manhood, Lott
Vitality, Impotency, Nightly Emissions, Lost j
Power of either sex, Failing Memory, Wasting
Diseases, Insomnia, Nervousness, which unfits .
one for Study, business or marriage. It not only
cures by starting at the scat of disease, but is a
Great Nerve Tonic and Blood-Builder
and restores both vitality and strength to tba
muscular and nervous system, bringing bank
tho pink glow to pate cheeks and restoring tifb-v
Bro ot youth; It wards off Insanity and Con*
sumption. Accept no substitute. Insist on hav
ing REVIVO, no other. It can be carried in vest
pocket. By mail, $1.00 per package, in plain
wrapper, or six for $5*00, with a positivo writ
ten guarantee to cure or refund the money IQ
every package. For free circular address
Royal Medicine CO.?AOO?^
For sale in Bennettsvillc by
. J. T. DOUGLAS & BRO.
Nothing'has ever cqualledVit.
Nothing can ever surpass it.
A Perfect For All Throat and
Cure : Lung Troubles.
Money back If lt fails. Trial Dottles free.
Anyone ?ondina ? sketch mid description TMJJ
nulcttly MCcrtnln our opinion free, wlmthor j~
Invciif.on ls pron nhl r pat ont nMo. Corp""
tlonsfrletly confidential. Handbook o1
Bontiroo: Oldest .iconcy tor peoiirlnu-J
PitMi?ataken trirouuh Munn
?pcclitf notice, vrlthotil chanto, lu f