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8. A. BRO IV ir" - - - ISditor
Friiav. February 26, 1904.'
Ono year.S 1.00
Three months. .25
Tho Empress of China ia repor
Sam Jones will be in Rock
ingham March 7th.
Rochester, N. Y. had a live
million dollar lire on Thursday
Gen Charles M. Dick has been
nominated State successor of
Sena'tor Mark Hanna.
New Do oar ur. Ala., had her
priam bal business block bnnit?.d
on Ih^ '.Mtti W?? uuo.
Tiie Yl ic.];, ArkaiisaK,
Oar pelt .um !? lumuiii^ j LiOtOi'j
was burned on the 241li, loss
"Will Boggan, colored, was
hung at Wadesboro, N. C., on
Thursday last for the murder of
John A. Sullivan, white, one
year, a go.
Greenwood county will leed
off in the campaign this year
with seventy-live candidates.
We are glad to know that Marl
boro ?bas not half that many
hungry ofHce seekers.
A (3 roed y Speculator.
Daniel J Sully, who hy ' hulling"
the market luis during the past season
pat millions of dollars in tho p ickets
ol the southern farmers, is not satisfied
with being crowned "cotton king,"'
hut is seeking other worlds to conquer
having applied for membership in the
Ghieagi exchange. Gambling in |.o:k
aud grain-is inexcusable, and we hope
he will lose ail ho made on cotton i>
forcing up tho price ol (lour, bacon
Quick Burying Ground
All persons having any interest
in the Quick Cemetary near Clio
are earnestly requested to nttend a
meeting at thc grounds on Monday
tho 2i)lh instant at 10 oclook iii
thc forenoon for the. purpose of elec
ting trustees and letting out con
iraor, fur koot ii mr the same iii co od
Thc indication are that corn,
wheat, potatoes and all other foods
for man will bo in greater demand
in 1904 than for thc past year.
Corn acreage should be increased
and tho mood of.preparing thc land
should bo more thorough than in
former years. Turn ymir lands at
least one inch deeper than they
?uic ?jvoi iMoivoit Delule. i itu one
inch deeper t unu il on top will not
bo injurious and it will add 150
tons ofloosoned soil per acre. That
will enable the laud to hold that
much moro moisture for the plants
in the summer period. 1 !" possible,
follow the lorn plow with a suli
soiler, to break up the clay hard
pan eight or mure inches below thc
work of the turn-plow. This will
give an acre of land the pow er oi
holding six to eight more tons of
water. Thc corn in June and July
will want water more than fertili
zers. Over 80 ?1er cent of* tin
growing plant is water, and the
proportion of moisture must bc
maintained tilling its green state,
if a full crop bo expected.
Determine now fo grow Ute hcav.
icst crop of corn you ever had
There will bc a demand for il. Hu
manity is increasing and the bread
crop m nsf bc made larger lb supply
the demands. Keep thc plows go
ing every dav, getting deeper down
and finding new Boil that have liol
been drawn from in making plants
heretofore This will be a hall* sub -
stitute for i'crl ?lizers.
ADVICE TO (il li LS
What arc thc girls doing these wintci
evening!i Y h's a good lime now, when
not foo tired, tn gef out lite . ; ring cloth
und fix up for carly : pi in * worn lt's nico
to haye something all ready to pul on
when we happen lo need it, mid a little
blushing iip. gelling ilia npols out ann
perhaps putin.:; on nev braid, will make
thc left-over skirl look (Vosh and last un
lill tim? and opportunity presents thom
selves to /;e( a new on >.. Thc e iltoti shirt
waist can be fro sh o ii up with a now stock
callar, a little leather stitching ami nicely
ironed and mended, and llicru you arc
all ready for tho spring days which will
be upon us before wo know it.
Mrs I/. A. Sawyer.
A Piece of fearlessness.
?n Wediiosdny last some, oithor
out hunting or other wiso passing
along, dropped fire in the straw
field on Mr. 0. S. McCall's Costin
hain pince, south of the Society
Hill road, und before ii. was dis
covered it burned four small build
ings and about 85,000 pounds of
choice peaviiie bay, and carno
near getting a largo two story
[J3?rFivsli Oat, Meal only Wo
or two for 25c .at
DOTS FROM SWEAT SWAMP.
Mr Editor:-Lwill try to give yon
a few linen from this corner. .The
Turme,s Lave been plowing some, and
hauling guano considerable, but I
tbiuk limy will have to stop hauling
for want oT good roads. We are just
mt of roads ut this time.. Tho old
roadway is there, but the roads ore
gone in many places Any one who
doubts it if they will take ? trip over
some of the roads down here I think
they will soon decide for themselves.
Our genial Rural Mail carrier has a
piece of the worfct road to go over thai
C kuow of nod it is a publie road too
[ hear that people hauling have had
lo quit trying to haul, over it, and
ihat causes them to cut up our settle
ment roads. Now, we ueed a road
leading from Clio in the direction of
Judson, which would be a very much
nearer route for the people of Marion
county who hnul from Clio, and better
road io summer, for the farmers like
to go and come in a short'lime. This
road could bc built without much cost
and would be a great saving of time
:.o thc farmers and others, for it would
shorten the distance considerable, BB
any oue may 6eo hy drawing a straight
ine from Olio to Judson, as the road
iue does not vary much for the great
er pai t of tho way, tuid there is a road
on this line nearly the whole ro..te,
bul il needs straightening in some
plncifl which could be easily done.
\\ e sent up a petition for this road
about a year ago bill have bc?rd noth
ing from it. We pay our road tax, aud
if any ono fails lo pay his road and
poll ?ax they get the poll and this poll
has lo work it out iu the chain gang.
In this section if white or colored fails
to pay his road lax they willingly
work it out ou the road.
I would be glad if our worthy Sup
ervisor would come down this way
some time and see the situation, and
he would see the benefit this road
from Clio to Judson would be to both
couutirs The people of Marion would
willingly help build this road as it
shortens the distnuce for them.
Feb 27th, 1901. Hermit.
The Reniorsottil Cakes.
A ki ttl O hoy unmcd ThoraaR ato
Hot buckwheat cake* for toa -
A very ri sh proceeding, nu
We presently ahull seo.
Ho went to bed at tight o'clock,
As nil good children do,
But Marco had closed Ina little oyea,
When he mott reallots grow
tlc Hopped OD thia aida, thoa on that,
Then kneeled upon hie head,
Aud covered a'l at once cacu ppot.
Of hia woo truudlc bed
Ho wrapded ono lug around hia waist,
And tother round his oar,
Wbile matan wondered what on earth
Gould ail bet lillie dear.
Rut hf.und ho wlcpt, and ns ho fclcpt
And down there crawled, to gnaw his cara,
An awful bugaboo!
When Thomas roto next morn, his faoo
Was pallid as a ahcot;
'*I uovor more," he firmly said,
"Will cakes for auppor eat!'1
It Saved His Leg.
r. A Danlorth of Lagrange, Ga , suf
feied lor six' months with a Irightlul
running sore on his leg, but writes that
liucklen's Arnica Salve wholly cured it
lu fiv.? days For Ulcers, Wounds.
, it's the best s 've in the world.
ir?; Guaranteed. only 25 cts. Sohl
by ? T. Douglas Druggist.
She Constitution's Gash Ofter
A Chance Foi* A Rich Prize.
Have you read the Atlanta Constitu
tion's gro.M oller published elsewhere in
this paper? it not read it over carefully,
two years ago a gentleman at McColl
got a big pri/.i. The contest is open to
all alike upon the conditions stated.
Subscribers lo this paper may under
the l'on Receipts? Contest, either by
complying with the exact terms ol the
otter as it is lound in the advejtisement
or by subscribing lo the Constitution
and this paper in combination as fol*
lows; Tile Weekly Constitution and
The Democrat both, one year, $2,00
and one estimate in the contest The
Sunny South and The Democrat both
one year $1,50 and one estimate in the
contest. The Constitution and Sunny
Sooth with The Democrat, all three one
year, $2,25 and two estimates in thc
contest. Upon receipt ol your order
with the remittance we will toward it
promptly to tho Constitution and send
you estimates in exact compliance with
the terms ol the offer If you wish to
mala: more than one estimate or more
than the two estimates provided for
above, there is provision lor that so you
c in send ii directly to the Constitution
or to us.
The great combination oller. Weekly
Constitution, Sunny South and The
Marlboro Democrat is the ideal pews?
naper proposition lor IQO.I. The Week
ly Constitution affords all the news ol
each week Iroin every available source
ol genera' or special interest. The Sun.
ny South presents a rici variety of stones
articles, items o! adventure and travel,
personal contribution, and columns ol
happy sunshine to suppliment the news
teaturcsjol The Constitution and com
plete thc offer. The Democrat gives
the County news local happenings, ac
c lunts ol local interest, and a presenta*
lion of facts from the view point of one
who stands near by you and under
stands how to give just what you want
10 read about the home happenings.
We believe that such a combination
is invincible, that it will be of inestima-.
hie value in your home and that it will
bring your subscription promptly to our
ol?ec. Do not delay, now is the ttme
to subscribe. Make the details ol your
offer perfectly plain, give your estimates
in plain ligures so that all may under
stand what you mean. We will forward
the subscriptions and estimates carelully.
Address all orders to Thc Marlboro
Democrat Benncttsville, S. C.,
Sight hour laws are ignored by those
tireless, little workers- Dr. Kings New
bile Pills Millions are always at work,
night and day, curing Indigestion, Ilili
ousn C mstipation, Sick Headache
:. ! ill Stomach, Liver and Bowel troub
K ? Easy, pleasant, sale, sure. Only 25c
it I, T. DoUjlas'sidrug store.
Great New Offer Upon Receipts of Cotton at All
United States Ports From September fist, 1903,
\o IWay |?t, 1904, Both Inclusive.
Con(?stQpened Jan. I8thri904, Closes April 20th, 1904.
DIVISION OF 'PR! "?"."?..
For tho oxQot, or tho nearest to tho oxaot, esttmatoof tho total number of Bolos
of Cotton reoolvod at all United 8tatos ports from Soptonv ? ! M, I903, to May
1 st, I 904, both Inclusivo.-./:>..:. .. g$ 2.BOO.OO
For tho noxt nearest estimate. . . . ijOOO.OO
For tho next nearest estimate..... 000,00
For tho c noxt nearost estimate, 525.00 oaoh. . 125.00
f?r th#? IO noxt nearest estimates, 12.00 each. . . !25.00
For the 20 noxt nearost estimates, lO.OO each. . . 5??O.OO
For the OO next nearost estimates, e.oo oaoh. . 250.00
.-ortho IOO noxt nearest estimates, 3.00 onoh. . 300.00
Additional Offers for Best Estimates
Made During Different Periods
of the Contest.
For convenience tho timo ?f tho coa-/<T;,- ? - '
test ?8 divided into estimates' received . -r . -
by The Constitution during four pe- **?**"
rlods-tho first period covering, from ."i..
the beginning of contest "to February
10, 1904; second period, from Febru
ary 10.to March 1, 190*4; third period. % ;_. -??
March 1 to 20; fourth period, March
20 to April 20. 1904. Wo,will givo -
tho best cetlmato received . during "*
each period (in addition lo whatever
othor prize it may take, or if It take
no prize at all)7 the,sum of $125.00.
Tho four prizos thus offered nt
S I 23.00 one h amount to.$ 500.00
TWO ?RANO ISOLATION OFFERS.
First--Fi.on among ?
those ostii . I icing any of
tho above . ming within
? 500 balOB ul f tho exact
figures.. . .... .g; 1,000.00
Second- . Iri ion among . ?,
those estimai' (no . dug any of
tho above IS md not shar
ing tho fb at u offer) com
ing within. t.Oii either way
of tho ex!, i . 1,000 00
Grand total .'.. $7,5.00.00
In cae- < . a tte -<n any prize estimate the
money v? ll b' quail, divided.
Conditions of Sending Estimates in this Receipts Comest.
Subject lo the usual conditions, as stated regularly in Tl C Itutlon each week, the contest
is now on. Attention is called tc the following summary of cor ll
1. Send $1.00 for The Weekly Constitution one year and
2. Send 50 cents for Tho Sunny South one year and
3. Send $1.25 for Tho Weekly Constitution and Sunny
TIMATES In tho contest-that is, ono estimate for The Cont
4. Send 50 cents for ONE ESTIMATE alone In the coi
SCRIPTION. Such a remittance merely pays for the privilege
mako a number of estimates on this basis, you may send TI fl KI
v."nrdc-d at tho same ??uu esuniiii.es uro sent. Ii as many as?' "
?without subscriptions, thc sender may forward them with on ?
fcred for only ton estimates In ono order. A postal card reeolp
OEIVED "WITHOUT SUBSCRIPTIONS. Where subscriptions
PER ITSELF IS AN ACKNOWLEDGMENT THAT YOUR E'
5. Tho money and the subscription and the estimate HI '
Thc estimate, tho money and the subscription go together. TI !
?STIMATE in thc contest.
ESTIMATE in tho contest,
o year, and send TWO ES
? lothur for The Sunny South.
DO NOT WANT A SUB
lie estimate. If you wish to
TES FOR EVERY $1.00 for
ire received at tho same timo
splendid discsunt being of
for ALL ESTIMATES RE
:'HE ARRIVAL OF THE PA
5 BEEN RECEIVED AND IS
lester's-Figures Covering: :l
TOTAL PORT RECEIPT
from Int Boptemlior to 1*1 MUT (In
cf following year. The period covorci
IP samo envelope every time.
Dd of the Contest.
BALES IN COTTON CROP. -
fi ?rt morely for your Information mid la
Ilia subject of th IR proeont content. It 1B
011 only lix an udditlonal ?id lo on intoltl
?t QBtlmoteu. .
1808- G9.7,993,45 I .
.Kiiia wneeicr wilcox and dame?
Whitcomb Riloy met recently at the
Westminster Hotel, in this city, says
the N. Y. Times
I never will forget what you said
about me, Mr. Riley, said the poetess
of passion when I Brat attemped t<>
Nothing unpleasant, I hope, e\
claiiiieu ??ic Ilousier poul.
You said, continued the poetess,
that I was too homely tb wrilo poetry.
Did 1 ever say that?
Yes, you ?lid ! or at !c:i?t it was pub
lished ai coining from you. lt made
a deep impression on mo. About thal
time I was making a rag doll for a
little ueice of mine, and 1 not only
made it, but I painted it.s face And
I made that lace jual as ugly us I
knew how and called thc doll James
Hicks-My wife ia very metho
dical. Sile's always got a place
lor everything und everything in
Wicks-w) has minc: but I'll
bo hanged ii I can ever (ind the
I am prepared to supply telegraph
or telephone poles from 30 Feet down
to miit, at short notice. Address mo
Blenheim R. P. D. 1.
Dec 16,1903. A. J. Jones.
From 10. W. Goodwin*'
All patrons of my mill and gin
customers have free privilege to
fish in my pond with nets until
April 1st, then with hook ?ind linc
until June 1st, 1904.
IO. W. (i omi will.
Brightsvillc, Feb, 20, 1904.
A full lino of II J. Heinzs Co.
Pickles Preserves, Ketchups, ?Sau
ces, Jellies eve. nt
W. M. Rowe's.
Two boin on Hunker II ?ll-ont: nero in
ono lot and half, aero, in tba other. Store
lloiiHO ou ono lot and Double house on tho
It is tho Gooroo White property arni will
bo ?old nt a bargain for cash.
Apply to T. Ii. (Jro.-ilund,
BoDnoltavllle, S. C.
Feb lHt, 1904.
PURE BRED BUFF ROCKS.
Thrifty, Roliablo and Profitable.
Thc ?ufT Plymouth Rock is the low
for ti rollt. The time lor setting tor thc
Spring brood is near at hand and to get
eifps so as to have them ready when the
season opens, you should place orders.at
once and state date ol delivery.
Setting ol 15 Mggs $1.50
Jan 5, 1904. ' ;'*on, w r
J.1UW I Ile?... t.?*?- v......
is cutting such high jer
the king has again ase
his throne in the c?nimore?a
world, the eloquent tri
Henry Grady to the ll?
pie will be read with
by cotton growers, cot. ;
ers and the public. I
"Wluit ?i royal plan!
The world waits in ni I
on its growth; the sho > w
falls whispering on its
heard around the ear tl um
that sb ines on it is ten
the prayers of all tin
the frost I hat chills it
dew thal decends from
are noted, and the tre?
little worm'on itsgreee
more to England thai
vance of the Russian am
her Asian outpost. I
from the instant it phi foi
its tiny shoot. Its fiber \ -
rent in every bank, and
loosing its fleeces to tl
tloats a sunny banner
iliea the iields of the
farmer, thal man is r
under a Hag that will cum pel th.
allegiance of the it
wring a subsidy from
nation on earth. It ii
tag?* that God gave to
pie forever as their c
ho arched our skies, t I
our mountains, girt
with the ocean; loosed
aes, tempered the sui
measured (lie rain,
on rjchiIdren's .forever
eely a talent as ever
Iiis hand to morta
Scientists now say
was MO feet tall. E
hold out in the pal
hand several men ol'
porocity to ours, and
ii was I hat Adam cam
whi n she said, "Es
-"De moral poverty
nature," said Uncle
shown hy do number c
Henson dut is gwintor h
along vv'ul deir his' son
Year's resolutions mad
WASH IN??TON ?STAR.
A Maryl ?uni school
teaching her class thu nv
of grammer, "Now, .Joh <.
she, "in what tenso do
when I say, "I am 1 ...
rim lillie fellow answi
is a wink. "The past."
Flowers 1 Flow
Mrs. ?J no S. Moore .
lot of Geraniums,
Perns, Palms and otb
.veil rooted, that she < ii
iell (liif. Mn (TR . rif?r
i_) rectors n spccid meeting ot the
' .ockholders of the Marlboro Fruit
Co., will be held nt Bank of Marlboro
i Bennettsville, S. 0., at 12 o'clock
i i. on 10th Mnreh next to vote upon
icrensii?g the Capital Stock of tin
-. ompany to Ten Thousand Dollar?
nd also to consider an y other matters
i interest to the company.
Feb Si h 1904.
Wonders of Life Ite-piOiiuclion.
According to lie naturalists, a scorpion
?ll produce 05 r>r its spcub'S in a singlo
iasou ; a common Hy l it ; a leach lil).
id a spi'ior i7 ). Tin.' hydrachm i tiro-,
.ucus Ooo eggs, and a common (Voir 1100
Mic female moth is credited with exactly
ibo Ramo nvniber of eggs na thc frog, and
ic tortoise IOU less oran riven 1000. Thc
ill-insect lays 50.000 egtis, the shrimp
)U0. and over 10,000 cji^s have be. ti
und in thc ovaries of a captured ascaris,
i ?no naturalist reports finding over 12000
:gs in a female lobster, and another saw
,000. The mulilla, an iuseut very sim
tr to thc ant, has been known to lay
) OOO Cf/gs in a single day, ut.<d Lcuwcn
Deck attriluitcs 4,000,000 for tho season
male crab's sh re in producing bc spe
o!-! Moro (than 30,000 eggs have been
? mtitcd in a herring, ;>s DUO in a smelt.
000,000 !.! a Hole 1,130,0011 in the roach.
000.000 in tho sturgeon, 342.000 in the
irp. 383,000 in a teuell, 540.000 in n
lueketal. 092000 in ii porch, and 1357,
no in a flounder. Hm ol'?ill tho fish hil li
lle discovered the cod appears lo be the
QObl v.'uii .tor ?ul prolific Ono reliable na?
ural i st reports 3,080,000 L-I??I.S froth a sin?
tile female in one seasou, and auothcr n?
many as 9,44 1.000
They wore ul torin*; tho fondor
Qonsenco that (succeeds tho great
And, said tho girl bravely, if
poverty comes, we will face it to
Ali, dearest, ho replied, tho
mero sight ol'your fice would scare
tho wolf away.
And ever ?ince ho hus wonder
ed why shu roturnod his ring.
Toss-I dont seo why she should go
md marry that old tuan for his money.
Joss-Why, how ei.?e c mid sho get
til AT you can ALWAYS FIND al
Thc CORN KR (?ROCKU Y a Full
Also a nico lino ol' SHOKS, UNDER
WEAR, ami NOTIONS.
Our 'fabio Goods are always.Fresh.
Uivo m a GALL.
C. 13. HUBBARD,
Cor Darlington and Cbcraw sis.
i>.-,....:i," 9. C.
VJ. T. Pearson, Prest
]). D. MoColl, Secty.
iino of choice
Superb S. O. White Leghorns,
'GEORGE W. VANDERBILT* STRAIN.
- THE ACK NO WEDGED EGG MACHINE - .
Have been tested at several Esp. Stations, nritfTi.ayc como off vlo'tors; 1 will]
mi ara ii toe 10 Chicks to sitting or duplicate order 'lit' half price.' Oom,' Peas,
Wheat and Rye taken iu exchange. 1 will deliver at Benuottsville on Salesdays,
wlien orders aro received 10 days in advance. , ,
J. M. MOODY, Mc?oll, S. G
Our JttG-TTsr Ijine'
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V% Arrive Cheraw *7.50 a^ m., , G.00 p. m.
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Bostou. Buffalo, Pittsburg and all points North and East.
Tho rhort lino nul quickest time to Columbia, Savannah, Jacksonville,
Tampa. Montgomery, New Oricuns'anpd all points South aud West.
^5 Poi furtlier information call or J. T. MEDLIN, agent Bennettsville Sc
Cheraw R. IV. Bennettsville.S 0,, or address JOS. W, STEWART
TP SRAIIOABD AIR LINK Rv;-, Columbia, S. C.
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JSV?& w.'- A ; ? nilli
Do You want A GRAIN BRILL?
If so, Oet The Best.
We sold Ur\\\\s County last season ELEVEN of the " Far
mer's Favorite Grain Drills," anti every one of
them gavt? -erfect satisfaction. We guarantee them [oplease.
|?.A?wi what st.'MC of our customers liave to say :
MR. V. A. Hul^GES,
I am very much plnased with tho '"Farmers Favorite Grain
Drili" bought ot'you last season, 1 hiivt ulan r i to> umps of Outs, Wheat, Peas
ind Snrgum Cane, and it lins given m.'. suiDl'action. Where I hnvc been punine
Four Bushels Oats when sowed with liam!. 1 fi,, ! Two ainl Hall' B'isbni.< i; t-ufli
eietit when sowed with Drill. Signed .1. F. BREEDEN,
This is to certify that we planted our crop ol' small grain wiih thc "Farmer'.
Favorite Grain Drill" last reason ami ar.- pleaded with it in every particular Wo
planted aa much as six bushels Red Rust Proof Oats pe" acre, and in evcr.t inst H nee
it pave Utf u perfect Bland, and has given entire sali, facti >n. We heartily reen tu
mcud it. Signed T, S. and E. W. EVANS.
MR P. A. HOD0ES
The "Faimer's Favorite Grain Drill" bought of you has
given cutir? satisfaction, and I heartily recommend it. .
Signed J. C. HAMER.
See us if you Ebspect
to Buy a DRILL.
3P. & TOD?'*
Sept 16, PJ0:>.
J. T. DOUGLAS. A. C. DOUGLAS
JiTi DOUGLAS ii lily g oi^oj
Practical Pharmacists and Dealers in
?rlirc @),,l,bs and ^atciil jJjJcdicincSj
OTT??L?T ? ARTICLES f-fPF^ EVERY ^l?k??D^j&
Plain and Fancy Stationery and Schoo! Supplies,
Paiaia, Oils, Varnish, Brns&es,
GLASS and PUTTY.
<^_FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO.^
*?" Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours
and guaranteed Lo be oj' ike Purest Drugs and at
reasonable prices. y
A full line Garden Seed & Onion Sets.
Tliankful for yost liberal imtronayc wc solicit adonlinuanceof same
1T, DOM & MO.
January 1, 1902, ' AxBBaXJ OXJD STAND,
TWKW VALUE - '
ol our jewelry.is., much-greater than,
the prices we are asking for .it. This,'
however docs not imply arty lack ol value
in. our- goods. . 'On- the ?.contrary, every ,
ar?i?le ts i?lly-gu?rahte?d as to.xmality.
Yodr pwn eyes .wjll tell yon. that it is
ali that artistic taste' arid th? dictates o?:
?ashtph can command.
vW?"make*&;sp'eci?lty1 of f?rt? watch rc
dring, Also Jewefryot ' hil descrip
-S. J.. PEARSON..
Next door tp l^jstoflkc.
. TCHSOKL?LL E?E????-.
Ttllltl) Dooli 1M10M: AD4.MB ?IOUSK. '
THE liest workmanship. . .
Bay Bum and Tonic Treatment
! T?dls^lxTbee?htt&Bharpi.st, .., rr .
Polite attention always assured
Three Artists in constant at endahe'e!.
LADIES WORK a Specialty V f: :
Once a customer*,' always a customer
If & Alljpi),
. ; ^TON?oniAL ARTISTS.
WE STILL FEED . ,
TpiS ilUJSf CrRY 1 ..
WHEN io town nnd-you want a good \
r?'ertl,' romember 'wc can. jerv6: yon, ? ,
A good mon. foi- 250; ReptunF?nl-~irv|?
north nf the Market. - - .'.
FRESH OYSTERS in every style.
. D J. BUAYBOY ...
S e fi ?J^B?? s v;] ] e SC hera w_R a I i rp ad
Commencing . Monday Nov. 9, 1003,
and until.further rfodoo, trains between
Clicraw and Uenneltsvitl.- will bu operated,
on thc IbMowing F^Jicdule, daily except
WEST BO?N? FROM BENNKTTSVILL1? j
Leave Bennett >. ville
Laave Everett's .
7 2 0 a nK
7 40 3 m
7 50 a Ul
4 00 p m:
5 30 p m.
5 50 p m.
. 10 :\ m
Ile u nit J. m
0 tis p m
. 10 p ul
; .'J b<> p ni
?v/ -i VJ ?wy p
A. G. PAGE, SUPT.
Chcraw, Nov. 7, 1903.
THE G8EAT 30tU
FRENCH REM|EDYF ?
Produces thc above results in 30 D?YS. It acta
powerfully and quickly. Cures wwen nil others
fail. Young men and old men wiliirccovei their
youthful vigor by using REVIVTO. It quickly
and surely restores from e?Tcctrlf self-abuse or
excess and indiscretions Lost, Alanhood, Lost
Vitality, Impotency, Nightby* Emissions, Lost
Power bf either sex, Failing Alcmory, Wasting
Diseases, Insomnia, Nervousness, which unfits
one for study, business or nmrriagc. It not only
cures by starting at thc sea? of disease, but ls a.
Great Nerve Tonic ann Blood*BuiIder
I and restores both vitality lind strength to tho
muscular and nervous syspem, bringing back
I the pink glow to pale cheelca and restoring tho
Uro of youth. It wards 'at Insanity and Con
sumption. Accept no substitute. Insist on hav
ing REVIVO, no other. It tjan bc carried in vest
packet, ny mail, $1.00 vper package, in plain
wrapper,Or ?Ix for $5.00, with a positivo writ?
ten gn?rAhtca *o cure or refund tho rooney ia
, every package. For free circular address
Royaf Medicine Co.^&oli?S.''
For side in Rcnnettsvillu by '
J. T. DOUGLAS Sc BRO.
Nothing has ever equalled it
Nothing can ever surpass it
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A Perfect For All Throat and
Cure : Lung Troubles.
Money bnck if !t fails. Trial Cottles froe.
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Anyone aonnlnR nukotrh nixl ?lo.criptlon may
ont?tl* MCCrtatn our opinion 1:00 ?t-IiRttir.r Bil
mvoV.ilo? M nrohaMy patentable Conm unlc?-..
uonsstrtetlfeonnaentiai. ?tnmttxiokon i'ntcnta
ltmtfro" OWost BKOney for nocurlnc pat ont?.
r.Atoui? luvon tnrmiKh Mum. & co. rocolTO
tpteM notice, without charco. .a tho
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culntlim of noy adotitltle Journal, 'terina.*.? rt
?Sari fonr months, ?1. Bold by nil nows<lealorj.j
minen Ofllco. 05 F fit., WftsWuBtoii, D.C.