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8. A. BROWN - - - Editor
^Pridav. March 11^ 1904.
HOMICIDE AT ll HD SPRINGS
Both Young Men from Marlboro.
News was received hero late Sun
day evening of tiie shooting of
Adolphus Jackson by Alonzo
Weatherly near the town of Red
Springs on Sunday morning. Both
of these young men are from Marl
boro. Mr. Jackson is a step son of
Mr. Daniel MeDuffic, a well known
farmer. Mr. "Weatherly is a son of
Mr. Cornelius Weatherly who
nioved from this county to lied
Springs several years ago. Tlie real
cause of the difficulty is not yet
known. Both have families and are
cousins. Weatherly slated when
arrested that lie shot ill defence, as
Jackson had told Ililli he was going
to kill him.
Jt is also skited that after shoot
ing Jackson, Weatherly drove out
to Scuflletowil, where lie shot and
killed a woman. After this shoot
ing lie started for South CtiroP.na,
hut was not captured until Monday
morning near Rowland. Ile says
he does not remember shooting the
woman as he was too drunk.
From Whiles Crock.
M.. Editor:-I will try lo ?ive you
a few lines lo day. The people are
working you never s w tho like, some
clearing new ground, s mic plowing
and some burning logs.
Mr. J. II Hatcher moved to Mr.
J. (J. MobruVon the Tili, ile U going
tn'rmi a Black S villi Shop for Mr
I think ihc people are nearly done
sowing oats; as the weather lias been
very line lor thu woik.
I heard a fellow s.iy thai General
Creon had made his appearance.
I saw Mr. Hunter to-day but 1 did
Upt see his gobbler. I guess the poor
bird is nearly worn out grabbling
Mr. Alex Perheoelh's home caught
on lire last week ami much damage
was ilnno. Ho said tee only thing bc
could lind for his burnt loot was a
bullio ol' Japanese oil.
The prie? nf ll mr i? scaring our
people, but we still have some corn.
Tobacco will cut no iee nj) here this
soasen. One man bas already pulled
' tl wu bis t .l'a ? l i i ?
[i??KOtiT ron tiri s \-u\
. The negro who stole Dr. Pate's
horse sometime ago at Gibson, X.
C., has not been captured, neither
the horse and buggy been recovered.
All good people should bc willing
to assist iii tin1 capture of so hold
and desperate character. The Nc
groc's name is lin he, alias Luther
McCriinnion, ?ind is a noted horse
and cotton thief, having been in
North Carolina and South Carolina
Penitentiaries, also oh thc Chain
Gang and in thc Penitentiary i"
Georgia. He hosts ol'being able
to brake out of any prison, having
escaped from all these prisons and
several chain gangs. There are sov-N
eral rewards for him, at this time
in tlie difieren! States. A few years
ago he stole a horse and buggy from
a Mr. McLeod, in Marlboro County,
wagon from Mr. McQueen and a
bald of coll?n from Maj. Wooten,
iii Scotland County, selling it for
the cash. A ft erw.inls stold a mule
and cart from a negro in Robeson
County, a bale of cotton from Mr.
Smith, carried it lo Fayetteville,
where lie was captured, convicted
ami sent to thc penitentiary. Ile
escaped, stold another horse and
wagon. 1 le broke out til' jail, nt
Minston, N, C., mi January, ISth
1901, where he was placed for
horse, buggy and coll?n stealing,
slold a horse immediately and drove
the horse down. Ile left this horse
at Dr. Pate's at Gibson, N, C.,
and slold the Dr's line buggy horse,
new buggy," harness and robe. The
horse is a high beaded animal,
would allrncl attention anywhere,
bay, tell years nhl, while nose,
sonic while bair on his forehead,
one white fool, shod in I ron I ami
carries himself well, Black har
ness, with st pi are nickle ring- .?ii
saddle, new blind hriddlc with
while cereloid trimings. A good
top buggy, pi;1, no I ?ox, pa i n I et I black,
cracked on left side of bed, "Fillis"
iniike of Kinsloii, N, ('. Tlie ne
gro is dark, about live feel, fell iu
elies high, slightly stoop shoiilded,
broad front teeth; wide space bo
tweeen llicin ami luis a mustache.
Dr. Pale will pay Twenty Five
Dollars, for information, leading io
recoveryofhor.se. Thc Citizens of
Gibson oiler ?100.00 for the negro,
and thc S. ( !. Penitentiary author
ities oller ?50,00. This is a de
penile negro ami should be captur
ed as soon as possible. Write lo
Dr. W. T. Pale. Gibson, X. C.
Your 'Honey back it' (triggs does
not hi lorin i ii yon. ^ p, ni, next
Monday ai Coori House.
The l illi is the time. The Com1
House is thc place. Those in search
of an hour of solid enjoyment mus?
be on hand at 8 p.m.
A HANDY PLANT FRAME.
KUKIIV Mini,- and Willi ci Convenient
Devlee lu the AVny of u Cover.
There ure ti graut many people who
take an Interest in gardening whose In
comes and positions do not ndinlt of
their having a greenhouse. A number
of gardening enthusiasts thus placed
do, however, possess a garden sash or
HAM' OF TUE Ol' Tim TUA M I : Ol'EN'KD.
iwo, and there are others still who
Would and could possess them were lt
not for the tedious work during cold
weather of covering and uncovering the
sash lights, shoveling snow and other
disagreeable things. The illustration
herewith presented depicts a handy,
simple and Inexpensive device. Wc
take an ordinary garden frame of four
lights, tin? average proportion being Oby
12 feet, ivieh sash being six feet long hy
three feet wide. At the buck the frame
ordinarily stands three feet high and
eighteen Inches high lu trout. Around
this ordinary fra me we have to make
au outerrfranie of rough planking, leav
ing a space between the two of eight
een inches, which has to be Oiled In aft
erward with fresh leaves, stable ma
nure or litter, preferably stable manure
and leaves mixed.
Hinged to the hack of the outer frame,
as shown in thc Illustration, we have a
permanent inver for the top. This ls
also made .if rough planking, ls nine
feet long, three or six feet wide, as de
sired, and six or nine inches thick. A?
will bc seen from the Illustration, thia
is merely a frame packed full of salt
At the hack of the outer frame and
nine or ten Inches away from lt is
thinly placed an upright post 0 by (1
inches ami rising ohio feet above the
lop of the outer frame. On the top of
this post a pulley ls tlxed; a wire is
run from ?flic front of the outer cov
ering over the top of the pulley and
alta, lied to a weight itt the back. This
weight can he of any rough material
sn long as it counteracts or bulances
the weight of the covering. It ls mere
ly tn aid in raising and lowering the
envers in thc same way as window
sashes are raised. This ls very much
superior to mats or litter, which ninny
peo|ile still use, and the danger of
breaking glass ls done awfiy with.
Moreover, un a brigid day when the
envers are raised being at the back >r
north side < !" the frame-they net ns n
shelter, nut' air can bc much more
safely adie ted.
With such ti frame and covering the
season for growing lettuce in frames
eau be greatly extended. Parsley and
violets can he kept nicely all winter,
and worts can he resumed much earlier
in spring. In the illustration one guide
post and wire are shown for the raising
and lowering nf (wo covers. This sim
plifies the Illustrations, but If lt ls de
sired oho can he used for each sns'i,
and in such cases the covers could lie
made stronger.- .lames T. Scott In
If you arc growing a special variety
of tob?ceo, either cigar Hiter, wrapper,
chewing tobacco, siuiiV or cigarette to
bacco, grow froth thc highest grade
seed from the section that ls most adap
table tn thc variety that your soil mid
climate are suited tu. 'fake the elgar
tobacco. We want our tiller tob?ceos of
(he southern states or the semitropical
climate raised from seed from the Vuel
ta Abuja district of Cuba. There ls
where the world's highest grade Idler
tob?ceo for cigar purposes ls raised.
Wrapper tobaccos can be grown in this
climate from the same seed that ls used
fur Idler as it is in Cuba. Still, there ls
a great deal nf our soil more adapted
to raising a high grade wrapper from
the Sumatra seed, which should come
from the Delhi district ol' Sumatra. If
you arc going tn raise a high grade of
chewing tobacco go to the section of
Kentucky, Virginia or -North Carolina
that grows the highest commercial to
bacco ami get your seed there. The
same applies to any tobaccos of any of
mir states. L. II. Shel fer, Texas.
Sow seed of Jersey Wakefield lu flats
I tilled willi ligio, loamy soil the lust of
I february. Sow thinly, cover lightly
and place the boxes In a gentle hotbed
or any warm, sunny situation. When
the plants are stmng transplant them
! into Hats une and a half inches apart
ea. h way. As growth begins gradual
ly expose them to the open air on al)
favorable days. Late in Mardi remove
In a coltl frame ami harden nd' before
setting them in the open ground.-Hai
A ( i orman specialist says: A woman
is n (I nver, nod was formed as follow-;
The v'icat Groator look the roundness of
the moon, Ibo undulating curves of the
serpent, thc grncefullncss ofthe creeping
plant. the light shivering of ibo grass
blade, the slonilernflss ol' tha willow, thc
velvety softness of all tho Howers, the
tight nos of Howers, tho gentle gaze ofthe
'1 ic, thc fiolicsomcncss of the dancing
sun! lam, tile Lars of (lie oluuii, thc in
constancy of the wind, thc timidity of tho
hara, thc vanity of the peacock, the
hardness of diamonds; the swictness of
boney, thc cruelly of the tiger, the heat
ol'tho fire, the chill ol' the snow, thc
eickling of tho parrot, I he cooing of the
turtle dove: all these he mixed togother,
and made woman."
Don't You Love Flowers V
il so, iind you want some pretty
pols of ?ill sizes ?ii which to place
(hom, call at tho Hardware store
and you can he suited?
-TOE SWISS BELL RINGERS
Court House, March ?3.
We nre pleased to announce that
the "Charity Committee" of the Ben
ncltsvillo Relief Association have se
cured nnntner visit of the Wells
Greonawalt SWISS BELL RING
ERS, a high class Musical Novelty
En er tain nient and Concert Company,
and they will ho in B'-nnettsvillc
Wednesday night the 23d, for one
night ou ly.
They never lail to draw a crowd,
and you see Mr. J. A. Drake and se
cure tickets early.
Carries Mail Now.
The Bennettsville and Cheruw train
now handles mail, and our business
men are offered a fine Ecrvice. Letters
arriving ou the 9 30 morning train
can be answered and replies sent off
on the evening traiu for the north,
south, cast and west. AH unneceessary
delays eau be avoided by this new
Small Pox at Lester.
We arc reliably informed that
there are two or more cases of small
pox at Lester among thc colored
people. A physician of Gibson has
been down and saw one rase and
says it is small pox. Some steps
should bc taken to quarantine thc
persons having it. We learn it broke
out in tim colored school at Lester.
Small pox is also reported down
in Red Bl ti IK
MRS. A. W. Mci NT Y III;.
Death ?3 always sad, but when it
comes so suddenly and through such
intense Buffering, and with so much
to live for, it is doubly so. Such was
the ending of the beautiful lifeof Mrs
McIntyre, who, while supported in
the uxuis of her eldest son passed
from earthly sorrow to the joys of
heaven Jan, 4th 1904.
She was the eldest daughter of Joel
and Catherine Parish. At un early
age she made a profession of faith in
Christ and united with Carolina Pres
She was happily united in marriage
to Mr. A W. McIntyre in the year
1S79, and to them were hom eight
children six sons ami two daughter
She leaves to moura their loss, a dcvo
ted husband, seven children (one little
boy had gone before) and a larga cir
cle of relatives and friends.
Several years ago she united with
thc Methodist church to which her
( husband belongs.
In her daily life, in every relu ti m,
ns daughter wife and mother, she has
left an example of unselfishness, ten?
derness and helpfulness-giving mi
ther cato or sorrow to father or moth
ar .?... r?f?fl (endeteat h. vi? ?*?
ii ' .?1? I and children. Win
url lo iii"--'.' ..chime lcfti?l 201
lory ot H.mil a lii'e, and lin' n?- ? ..'
! her j e e.ji safety UM. liUss
j '.'0!? how a ?j', it wi!i i?2 in (Wu' '
So free from uti Horrow und pain
For aho has gone where hor Redeem ir in.
In thnt fuir City on thc other Bide
And ut tho threshold nf bia pa'aoit
flan loosed her uaodali over to abide.'1
Our partings here are but for alitt'e
while; may we who are left so live
that when we lie down in sleep, we
will awake with thosa who have gone
Smith.-Charley is troubled
with thc big head
Joues.-Oil, 1 don't think it
troubles Charley any. ll is other
people who do tho Buffering.
Jim.-Say, if you'll notice, you'll
sec that most of these big Wall
street men started on a farm.
Sum.-Yes, and that is where
they learned to water stock.
Hello, Si ! Did your son learn
anything nt business college?
Wal, I duno. Ile hadn't been home
two days before he beat me in a horse
trade; but I don't know whether that
wat-education or just heredity.
? is in her baby and it
with feelings ol
mingled pride and
regret that she
watches him ?irow
5?Q ,,nt ?' H'9 babyhood
I We can preset ve the
remembra nee of how
[he looked at his
ind let us m ike a
doxen ol' our carbo
Imite photos of him
jil will not take long
("j.-t much ami
hon will have some
thing to show him
(when he dandles his
iwn b.iby on his
WILCOX S I UDIO,
Next Door to Douglas Drug Store
Meh 10, 1904 .
THE BEST SERVICE.
TUB WILMINGTON STE?M LAUN
DIIY is prepared to guarantee the life
and finish of your Linens. Prompt
service and quick returns. No shoddy
work sent out. Wc tl tidy to please.
A trial will provo it. Then let us have
your next order, which will be tent
for and delivered.
Yours for better Laundry service.
VANIMO TATUM, Agt.
A. 0 L Depot
Beniutlsvillo, S. C.
ID. JU* WEATHERLFS
Ii 131? T?T] T r n with the BEST GOODS
AKD ElLbCJU at the BEST PRICES,
Which mei ms that your wants can better
supplied, at better prices here than elsewhere.
WE propos- TA > ifVET COMPETITION in Every De
partment. A yisit will i ?rove it. Ex-peHen?? and money can
accomplish,anything in tho business world. We have both,
and have put them to practical usc. . f
^Millinery and Drss-fVlakings^
Our Dross Good- ' ?eoaVtmerit is loaded with all that's to be had
in Black and ( li red W<
est Patterns. bat
len Goods -Newest Weaves, New
olittve to show. Voiles, Eolians,
Penn de Crepe Silk Mohairs, Repsn Poplins, Sicillians and
Nuns Veilings. All I it si are-in Black and Colored Material,
Plain and Fan >-\ Weaves.
Swellest line of ] und Foulards for Shirt Waist Suits
ever seen he ?Ol al our '.'new things" in Silks and Silk
and Mohair l'or Suhl >s- aists.
Tinware ho J,al idWobbicst CrefStiona,
Ask tu f . ii . Linings for Silks.
OUR'*WASH G' ! I >'A'RTMENT is complete in every
detail. Noth . been spared to" make this one of our
leading featur- s K. : 'bing in Dawns;'.Organdies, Batistes,
Mousselines, F? Suitii a? and Voiles. Ginghams, Zephyrs
-Plain and M . ri.! ill bright'and-new.
Take a pe. p ?I . ne of WHITE GOOPS.
Dress Tri mini- llibhmis luui .Lrtdirs Turn i sh i o gs
arc (di Iwi itt our Neckwear for Ladies.
! .toe. department
li ?ugh* ur Shoe 'Department. Spring and
li hw i in "Queen Quality." and ''Drews,"
[Jo 's. All new goods and new styles,
es in Town.' -Honans' and 'Keiths"
> YS GLOT?IING. t
. i :s moving very fast. Von know we
. jines. No one can touch us.
URN IS ll IN GS. Anything you
: ha I. AU"the 'Newest' and 'Nobbiest"
Oitj "Straw Goods' arc now shown on ou?'
: . RY DEPARTMENT.
ans been littetl up.in best possible
rge of a New York Milliner. We
? ny here. No MOKE HIOH-PRICKD
Let us show yoi
Best line of Cl: i
S b OHS for Men
Our Stock is com .
control only the
See our line c I
want, best prices
Blocks in HA/I
Our Millinery 1
manner, and w
propose to sa-.
Experi. need und i
kV l-l A T BENNETTSVILLE
HAS ALWAYS NEEDED!
tinkers, in ch.irgc. Befit work ami prices.
: OF MILLINERY OPENING !
??^^? " ^ - ' .
Fresh Stock STA : LE at FANOY GROCERIES. Always the
freshest and be in this line.
HtSr RcmCIUbV. WI amoco .....I ...sn c* vp. .> .-?' -
ii?jtH- y?ii :.-..?, iii'1 ?lS ?o. .. \s;:\tnsv v. ':.;:i'.t;i>.
Gums %es?? '.VJ? ' . fck! voa?j|t? Uv\<
Vr^AMy ij . S M; WEATHERLY,
- io, lyu*: i OLD RELIABLE.
I beg to inform that I represent some of
the best FI I T- URANCE Companies
in the world
March 10, 1904. JNO. S. MOORE.
ii op n
as lo Terms and Rates.
It Saved His ;
1'. A Dan fort h ol' Lag
fe red lor six months w
running sore ?ii bis leg,
Itucklen's Arnica Salve ?.<
in five - days For Ul
Piles; it's Ihe best salve
Cure (iuaranieed. Onl
by J. T. Douglas Drugg
Sam Jones says ol'
''Ile captiv?tes" and
capitulates, and then
hour of .splendid c
and enjoyment. 8 j), n
day nt Court House.
IST*Fresh Oat M
or two for 2?c at
Flowers ! Plo
Mrs. .ino S. Moon
lot of Geraniums,
Ferns, Palms and o 1
well rooted, that sh>
sell Cuttings 25o pe
A full linc of II J.
Pickles Pr?serv?e, Kel
ces, Jellies &o. at
PURE BBEO BUFF
Thrifty, Reliable and
The bulf Plymouth Roci
for firofit. The time ?or s
Spring brood is near at ha
eggs so as ,0 have them re.
season opens, you should pl
once and state date ot dein
Setting ol 15 Kggs $1.50
i), A. coy
Jan 5. 1904. Gib
-..... ?. .V.
Notice of Cc
NOTICE ?H hereby given
of General SoBaiona for
Marlboro will convene ut It
tho Third Monday in APK
i St li day thereof) 1904, nn<
Commnii Plena on thc Wc
following fain* Third Mon
(being tho 20'h tiny thereof
ncttftvillo in and for tho com
ami Hinte of Routh Carolin;
interested will take duo no>
J. A. DI
Clerk Court of C
For M II ri bot
mareil 11, iyo.j. -im
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Address all offlers to The Marlboro
lerne erat lJennettsville, S. 0.,
Eight hour laws are ignored by those
ireless. little workers-- Dr. King's New
.ile Pills Millions are always at work,
light atfd day, curing Indigestion, Bili*
nisness. c jnstipalion, Sick Headache
ind all Stomach. Liver and Howel trout)
es. Easy, pleasin?, sale, sure. Only 25c
,t J. T. Douglas's drug stoic.
Superb S. O. White Leghorns.
GEORGE W. VANDERBILT STRAIN.
- THE ACKNOWE?GED EGG MACHINE. ii"
Have boen tested at several Exp. Station.?, and have como off victors. 1 will
jruarantcc IO Chicks lo titting or duplicate order ut hall' price Com,'Peas
Wheat and Ryo taken in exchange. I will deliver at Bcnuottsville on SaleBdays.
when orders aro received IO days in advance.
X M. MOODY. McColl, S. C
g BENNETTSVILLE & CH ER AW R. R.
Our lKro-,w Tiine
-TH B DIRECT WAY
8 J2.fi Ii O A. il JP
4 00 p. ra.
0.00 p. ra.
AIR LINE RAILWAY.
Leave Bennettsville *7.00 a. m.,
Arrive Cheraw *7.50 a. m.,
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
* Direct connections at Cheraw with through trairife to
the North, East, South and West.
The short line and quickest li'ne ?o Wilmington, Charlotte. Atlanta,
Raleigh, Richmond Washington. Ballimore, Philadelphia, Now York,
Boston. Buffalo, Pittsburg and all[points No?lh and East. ?
Tlie rhort line an I quickest iiujc io Columbia, Savannah, Jacksonville,
Tampa, Montgomery. New Orleans and all points South and West.
Poi further information call on J. T. MEDLIN, agent Bennettsville &
Cheraw R. It . Renncltsvillc. S C., or address JOS. W, STEWART
T P A., SEAHOARD Ant LINE Rv . Columbia, S. C.
CHARLES P. STEWART, A. C. P. A , S.A L. Ry. Savannah, Ga.
m PI ii ff m il m
?OR MWkM UP bvuitt? "?JV""l"i
Do You want A GRAIN DRILL?
?f so, Get The Best.
Wc sold ?ti this County last season EL RV ION of Uto *' Far
mer's Favorite Grain Drills,"" anti every one of
them gave -cried satisfaction. We y na mutee them please.
j?oo.i what st. "nc of our customers have lo say :
.MR. P. A. [lu 4. G KS,
I am very much pleased willi the '.Furniers Favorite '-min
Diill" bought of you lust season, I have n'ati'ed my crops ol'Oats, Wheat, Pens'
md Sorgum Cane, and it lias given mo sa il "fact inn. \\'lure I have heirn puning
Pour Budicis O ns when sowed willi hand, I lind Two ami a Half Bushell i< Miffi
cienl wlieu sowed with Drill. Signed J. F. BREEDEN. .
This is to certify that we planted our crop of sm ill crain willi the "Farmer^
Favorite Crain Drill" last season an I are nie i-ed witii it in every particular. YV<
planted as much as six bushels Red Rust Proof Dals per ncre, and in cvcrA* instance
it gave ii- a perfect stand, and lias given entire Satisfaction. Wo heariily recoin
mend it. Signed T, S. and IO. W. EVANS.
MR P. A. HODGES
Thc "Farmer's Favorito Grain Drill" bought of you has
given ontirc satisfaction, and I heartily recommend it.
J. C. HAMER.
See us if you Expect
to Buy a DRILL.
Sept 10, 1908.
.I. T. DOUGLAS.
A. C. DOUGLAS
J.T. DOUGLAS ? BROTHER,
Practical Pharmacists and Dealers in
rc Ig)nigs and J^atcnl Medicines,
Plain and Fancy Stationery and School Supplies,
Faints, Gils, Varnish, Brushes,
Q-LASS and PUTTY.
<^_FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO._?>
i?* FresoHptiohs carefully compounded at ali hours
and guaranteed tu be of Ike Purest Uruga and at
A full line Garden Seed & Onion Sets.
Thankful for past liberal patronage wc solicit a continuanceof same
J. T. DOUGLAS & BRO.
Jannary 1, 1902. AT TrfE OLD STAUB.
?:-.- - y
? OUR BICYCLES
and.every body who rides them Baya they
Uro ahead of'tho ago.
They cugbt to b'a. They arc maDufac
lurcd in 'the latest, rho^t Eci?ntiB? and
durable st j Ic;. 1
They ort light ?Q>.eigh'|',';.cn*y lunging
and.the pricer aro way'd?Wpv: ^
You only wmt the best a?il those aro
tho only kiod of wheels week;
If your bicycle is weak; ; tun' down, or
needs attention brinir it to o?r repair de
partment whore old'ti mers aro ruado good
S. J. PEA Ii SON;
Next door to PostohTce.
TliruD- DOOR rnoM AD\MS Ilou?k.-.
THE best workmanship.
Ujiy Rum and Tonic Treatment
Tools the best and sharpest
Polite attention always assured
Three Artists in constant at ehdaiicc
LADIES Wong, a Specialty !
Once a-'cuStorm r, always a customer
II A TC HEH & MUDD,
WE STILL FEED
Wu KN in town and you vvant u good
meal, remember we eua pcrve you,
A good inca! ,for 25c. Itcutaarant
__...u -?.l.t.. S|,rl .
FREMIT OYSTERS in rivery sty IP.
D. J. Ii KA YEO Y
Sennei?svillB & Cheraw Railroad
Commencing' 'Monday Nov 'J, 10(13,
ind until-further notice, trains between
'lu raw and Benuettsvilli: will bc operated'
in thc following r~hcdule* daily except
\V HST Ito UND FRO M BEN N KTTS VILLB
Leave Rennet tsvillu
ATTH ?: Ghera AV
ti 45 a m
.7 I?:> 0 m i
.7 40 a m .
7 50 a m
S 3?-p m^
5 ?< > p TO
C (lt) p ai:
1' tObSti l'):.M .:jf4iU.A\V..;.. '.....y
? ?' - r???""
. ?0 3 jp
s.20 a ?u
es .:>;> III) '
y 00 a m
9 25 p m1
9 30 p tn
O f)0 p m
10 20 p. m
Louve ("'. '.I'I'V
Leirve Kelli el; s
!.. :.. - iOv^ic.U -
Lea ve Kol lock's
Louve Everett's ?
A. G; PAGE, SUIT.
Chcraw, Nov. 7. 1903.
_ _ j
Produces the above results in 3? DAYS. It.lets
powerfully and quickly. Cures when all others
fail. Young men and old men will nvcovei their
youthful vigor by using REVIVO. It quickly
and surely restores from effects oTbclf-abusc or
excess and indiscretions Lost Manhood, Lost
Vitality, Impotency. Nightly Emissions, Lost
Power of either sex. Failing Memory, Wasting
Diseases, Insomnia. Nervousness, which unfits
one tor study, business or marriage. It not only
cures by starting at the seat of disease, but ?3 n
Great Nerve Tonic and Blood-Builder
and restores both vitality and strength to tho
muscular and nervous Fv'Stcm, bringing back
?he pink glow to pule clucks and restoring the
tire of youth. It wards f.ff Insanity and Con
sumption. Accept no subs'it ute. Insist on hav
ing REVIVO, no other. It ?ah bc carried in vest
pocket. Ry mail, $1.00 per package, in plain
wrapper, or six for Ss.od with .1 positive writ
ten guuruntcc to cure or refund thc money in
every package. For Ire?! circular address
Royal Medicine Co.^Siff
l'or sale in Rennettsville by
J. T. DOUGLAS & BRO.
i lin i wu III ii mun II i rm mi i m 111
Nothing has ever equalled it.
Nothing can ever surpassait.
r? _ Aoxsuin'TioN
r Ol I Ol'?.liri mid
50c & $1.00
A Perfect For All Throat and
Cure : Lung Troubles.
Money back if it fails. Trial Dottles froo.
'nw- COPYRIGHTS Ac.
^cM notier, without CbftWO. 1" Ibo
r?cl<il notice, without CUATRO, 1? mo
A hnnJiomoly inuntrnte.t wpe"Vly. I;"T*^ ?Mr
MUNN &Co.36,Broadway- New York
"'franc' Office-, <3S F Bt" Washington, V.C.