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THE MARLBORO DEMOCRAT
8. A. BROWN - - - Editor
Fridav. March ll. 1904.
One year.S 1.00
HOMICIDE AT KKl) SPRINGS
Both Young Men from Marlboro.
News was received herc late Sun
day evening of Hie shooting of
Adolphus Jackson by Alonzo
Weatherly near the town of Red
Springs on Sunday morning. Both
of these young men arc from Marl
boro. Mr. Jacks?ii is a slop son of
Mr. Daniel McDuflic, a well known
farmer. Mr. Weatherly is a son of
Mr. Cornelius Weatherly who
moved from this county to Red
Springs several years ago. Thc real
cause of thc d i (lieu 1 ty is not yet
known. Roth have families and arc
cousins. Weatherly stated when
arrested that he shot in defence, as
Jackson had told him he was going
to kill him.
lt is also stated that after shoot
ing Jackson, Weatherly drove out
to Sc u Motown, whore he shot and
killed a woman. After this shoot
ing he started for South Carolina,
but was not captured until Monday
morning near Rowland. He says
he docs not remember shooting thc
woman as he was too drunk.
From Whites Creek.
M.. Editor: - ? will try to give you
a few lines to day. Thc people are
working you never s w thu like, some
clearing new ground, s une plowing
and sonic burning logs.
Mr. ?J. II Hatcher moved to Mr.
J. ?. Munre'son tho 7th. Ile is going
to run a Black H nilli Shop for Mr
I think the peuple arc nearly dunc
Bowing oats, us ibo weather has been
very fine for the wink.
? heard a fellow s.ty thai Ucneral
Green had made his appcaiat.ee.
I saw Mr. Hunter to-day but 1 did
not sec his gobbler. I guess tho poor
bird is nearly worn out grabbling
Mr. Alex Pcrhccoth's home caught
mi lire last week and much damage
was done. Ho said tho only thing lie
could lind for his burnt let was a
bottle of Japanese oil.
The price, of Hour is scaring our
peuple, bul wc still lia ve sonic coru.
Tobacco wili cut no ice up lu re this
soasen. One man has already pulled
down his I ?ba.''. ! > ii
fj??K?tjT F?K tft ?S ' fl Ki
. The negro who stole Pr. Palo's
horse sometime ago at Gibson, X.
C., has not been captured, neither
thc horse and buggy boon recovered.
All good people should bc willing
to assist in thc capture of so bold
and desperate character. Tho Nc
groc's name is Rube, alias Lot brr
McCrimmon, and is a noted horse
and cotton thiel', having been in
Norllt Carolin:! and South Carolina
Penitentiaries, also on flu; Chain
Gang and in flu; Penitentiary in
Georgia. Mu hosts of being able
to brake out of any prison, having
escaped from all these prisons and
several chain gangs. There arc scv-v
oral rewards for him, :i( ibis time
in thc di der cn I States. A few years
ago bc stolen horst? and buggy from
a Mr. McLeod, in Marlboro County,
wagon from Mr. McQueen and a
bald of cotton from Maj. Wooton,
in Scotland County, selling it for
thc cash. Afterwards stold a mule
and carl from a negro in Robeson
County, a bale of cotton fruin Mr.
Smith, carried it lo Fayetteville,
where be was captured, convicted
and sent to the penitentiary. lie
escaped, stuhl another horse and
wagon. 11 e broke uni ol' jail, at
Kinslou, X, C., on January, IStb
1904, where ile was placed for
horse, buggy and coll?n stealing,
stold ahorse immediately and drove
thc horse down. Ile left ibis horse
at Dr. Pale's at Gibson, X. ( '.,
and stuhl the Dr's line buggy horse,
IICW buggy,- harness and lobe. Thc
horse is a high braded animal,
would attract attention anywhere,
bay, len years old, white nose,
sonic while bair on bis forehead, I
one white foul, shut! in froid and
carries himself well, I Hack har
ness, with square nickle rings on
saddle, new blind briddlc willi
white ccreloid trimings. A good
fop buggy, piano box, painted black,
cracked on left side of bed, "Ellis"
make bf Kin-don, \, ('. The ne
gro is dark, about live feel, icu in
ches high, slightly sloop shouldcd,
broad front leclbj wide --pare be
tWCCCII them and lias a mustache.
Dr. Pale will pay Twenty Five
Dollars, for information, leading to
recovery of horse. The Citizens of
Gibson oiler $100.00 (ur (be negro,
and thc S. ('. Penitentiary author
ities oller $50,00. This "is a des
perate negro and should be captur
ed as soon as possible. W rite to
Dr. W. T. Pate. Gibson, N. G.
Your money back if 1 b iggs does
not intcrtain you. o, p, rn, next
Monday at ( iou ri House
Thc l illi is (be time. The Coin1
House is thc place. Those in search
of an hour of solid enjoyment must
bc on hand at 8 p.m.
A HANDY PLANT FRAME.
Rnxily Made and With ii Convenient
Device lu the Way of n Cover.
There ero ti great many people who
lake an Interest in gardening whose In
comes and positions do not admit of
their having n greenhouse. A number
of gardening enthusiasts thus plaecd
do, however, possess a garden sash or
HALF OF TUE OUTEE FIIAME Ol'ENED.
two, 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 ri handy,
simple and Inexpensive device. We
lake au ordinary garden frame of four
Ugh ts, the average proportion being Oby
lH feet, oneil sash being six feet long hy
three feet wide. At the buck the frame
ordinarily stands three feet high and
eighteen inches high in front. Around
this ordinary frame ive have to make
an outer finnie of rough planking, leav
ing ti space between the two of eight
een inches, which has to be tilled In aft
erward with fresh leaves, stable ma
nure ol' litter, preferably stable manure
mid leaves mixed.
Hinged to the back of the outer frame,
as shown in thc illustration, we Lave a
permanent cover for the top. This ls
also made .if rough planking, is nine
feet long, three or six feet wide, as de
sired, ?ind six or nine inches thick. As
will be seen from the Illustration, this
is merely a frame packed full of salt
Al Hie back of the outer frame and
nine or ten Inches away from lt ls
Unaly placed an upright post 0 hy 0
inches and rising abie feet above the
lop of the outer fraine. On the top of
iliis post a pulley Is fixed; a wire ls
run from #lie front of the outer cov
ering over the top of the pulley and
attached to :i weight at the back. This
weight can be of any rough material
so long as it counteracts or balances
thu weigh I of the covering, lt ls mere
ly in aid in raising and lowering the
covers in the same way as window
sashes aro raised. This ls very much
superior to mais or litter, which many
people still use, and the danger of
breaking glass is done nwtfy with.
Moreover, on a bright day when the
covers aro raised-being at the hack >r
north side < !* the frame-they act as n
sheller, ni ld air can bo much more
safely adie ted.
With sucli a frame and covering the
season for growing lettuce in frames
INNER EUA M E.
can be greatly extended. Parsley and
violets can be kept nicely all winter,
and work ?'an be resumed much earlier
in spring. In the illustration one guide
post and wire are shown for the raising
and lowering of two covers. This slm
plilies the illustrations, but if it is de
sired one eau be used for each sash,
:md in such cases tile covers could lie
made stronger.- .lames T. Scott In
American < ! arden lng.
If you ?i?e growing a special variety
ol" tobacco, either cigar lille:-, wrapper,
chewing tobacco, snuff or cigarette to
bacco, grow from the highest gnuie
seed from the section that ls most adap
table lo the variety that your soil and
climate ?ne suited to. Take the cigar
tobacco. Wc want ?air filler tobaccos of
the southern stales or the semitropical
climate raised from seed from the Vuel
ta AbnJii district of Cuba. There is
where the world's highest grade tiller
tobacco for cigar purposes ls raised.
Wrapper tobaccos can tie grown lu this
climate from Hu? same seed that Is used
for tiller as it ls in Cuba. Still, there ls
a great deal of our soil more adapted
lo raising a high gnuie wrapper from
ibo Sumatra seed, which should coime
from Ute llelhl district of Sumatra. If
yon are going to raise a high grade of
chewing tobacco go to the section of
Kentucky, Virginia or North Carolina
that grows the highest commercial to
bacco and get y our seed there. The
same applies to any tobaccos of any of
our slates. I.. II. Sholfer, Texas.
Sow seed of Jersey Wakefield lu tints
lilied willi light, loamy soil the last of
1 VI unary. Sow thinly, cover lightly
and place the boxes in a gentle hotbed
rn- any warm, sunny situation. When
llie plants are strong transplant them
into Hats one and a half Inches apart
eiieli way. As growth begins gradual
ly expose them to tlie open air on all
favorable days. I.?ito In March remove
io a enid frame and harden oil' before
sen HIL; them in the open ground.-Hai
A (?crinan specialist says: A wotnon
is a (lower, and was formed ns follow-;
The irreal Creator tojk thc roundness ol'
the moon, the undulating curves of the
serpent, (lie grncefiillness of the creeping
plant, (lie light slavering, of tlie grass
blade, the slenderness of lin willow, thc
velvety softness of all the Howers, thc
lighlnes of Mowers, the gentle gaze of the
dae, the liolie-otneness ol the dancing
sunboam, the fears of the cloud, tho in
constancy of the wind, llie timidity of the
har;, the vanity of thc peacock, the
hardness of diamonds, ibo sweetness of
honey, thc cruelty of the tiger, the heat
ol'the lin1, the chill of thc snow, the
c uk li rig of (he parrot, the cooing of llie
turtle dove: all these he mixed togother,
and made woman."
Don't You Love FloworsV
Il so, and you nunt some pretty
pols of all sizes in which to place
them, call nt the Hardware store
ind you can bc .suited.
-THE SWISS BELL RINGERS
Court House, March 23.
We are pleased to announco that
tho "Charity Coramillro" of tho Beu
nettsville Relief Association have se
cured anotner visit of the Wells
Grcenawalt SWISS BELL RING
ERS, a high class Musical Novthy
En ertainnient and Concert Company,
and they will ho in B"nnettsvillc
Wednesday night the 23d, for one
They never inil to draw a crowd,
and you see Mr. J. A. Drake and se
cure tickets early.
Carries Mail Now.
The Bennettsviile and Cheraw train
now handles mail, and our business
men are offered a fine service. Letters
arriving ou the 9 30 morning train
can be answered and replies sent off
on thc evening train for the north,
south, east and west. AU unnccees9ary
delays can be avoided by thia new
Small Pox at Lester.
We are reliably informed that
there are two or more eases of small <
pox at Lester among thc colored
people. A physician of Gibson lins
been down and saw one rase and
says it is small pox. Some steps
should be taken to quarantine tho
persons having it. We learn it broke
out in the colored school at Lester.
Small pox is also reported down
in Red Bluff.
MRS. A. W. MCINTYRE.
Death ?3 always sad, but when it
comes so suddenly and through such
intense suffering, and with so much
to live lor, it is doubly so. Such was
the ending of the beautiful life of Mrs
McIntyre, who, while supported iii
the arms of ber eldest son passed
from earthly sorrow to t'ne joys of
beaven Jan, 4th 1904. (
She was the eldest daughter of Joel <
and Catherine Parish. At an 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 your
1879, and to them were born eight
children six sons and two daughter
She leaves to mourn their loss, ndevo
ted husband, seven children (one little
boy bad gone before) nnd a largo cir
cle of relntivcs and friends.
Several years ago she united with
the Methodist church to which h~r
In her daily life, in every rclathn,
as daughter wife and mother, she has
left an example of unselfishness, ten
derness and helpfulness-giving ntl
ther cate or sorrow to father or moth
pj tTio and tende? eat lov? t?
hti.'Ktt' i and children. Win ?iii
url (otil?se wi i ?ure left ist biri'.
'.ry ul ri.mh .i lifu and iii'- nj? . .?'
lier ] id ; - afery ii'iiii bless i
So free from uti worrow and pain
For aha han gone whore hor Redeem ir is.
In that fair City on thc othor side
And ut tho threshold nf bia pa'aoji
Hos loosed lier sand iii ever to abide.
Our partings here are but for nlitl'e
while; may we who are left so live
that when we lie down in sleep, we
will awake willi thosa who have gone
A F. .end.
Smith. Charley is troubled
with the big head
?loues.-Oh, 1 don't think it
troubles Charley any. It is other
people who do the sn tiering.
Jim.-Say, if you'll notice, you'll
seo that most of these big Wall
street men started ou a farm.
Sam.-Yes, and that is where
they learned to water stock.
Hello, Si ! Did your son learn
anything at business college?
Wal, I duno. He hadn't been home
two days before be beat nie in a horse
trade; but I don't know whether ihnt
was education or just heredity.
is in her baby and it
is with feelings ol
mingled pride ?nd
regtet that she
watches him grow
.mt of hin babyhood
We cnn presei ve the
remembrance ol how
he looked nt bis
sw. etest. Bring
ind let ns ni ike u
dozen of our carbo
nate photos of him
11 will not (uki; long
ir cost much and
von wi'l have some
(bing lo show him
when he dandles his
nvii baby on his
WILCOX S I U DIO,
Next Door to Douglas Drug Store
Mcb 10, 190 1
THE BEST SERVICE.
TUB WI I. M IN< ?TON STE^M LAUN
imv is prepared to guarantee the life
and finish of your Linens. Prompt
service and quick returns. No shoddy
work sent out. Wo ?linly to ph use
A trial will prove it. Then let lia have
your next order, which will bc sent
for and delivered.
Yours for better Laundry service.
VANCK TATUM, A gt.
A C I. Depot
Rfib ittt'?vtl?? t?. ?...
7TDI? "DT ! ? I ' M with the BEST G-OODS
RlXLj n?hbmj at the BEST PRICES,
Which means that your wants can better|
supplied, at better prices here than elsewhere.
WE propose fi ' llEET COMPETITION in Every De
partment. A yisii will prove it. Experience and money can
accomplish anything in the business world. We have both,
iind have put Ihcm tn practical use . .. /
Two lew Departments.
^Millinery anti Drss-Making.Wp
Dui Dress Good- ' . r.. tent is loaded with all that's to be had
in Black and ( (ored Wo? len Goods-Newest Weaves, New
est Patterns. b o have to show. Voiles, Eolians,
Pean de Crepe Silk Mohairs, Heps, Poplins, Sicillians and
Nuns Veilings. Al) i hes? are: in Black'and Colored Material,
Plain and Fori > Weaves.
Swellest line of V and Foulards for Shirt_ Waist Suits
ever seen lie ?ol al our '.'new things" in Silks and Silk
and Mohair : ?r Si ii i '. aists.
These are h id'Nobbiest C refilions,
Ask ki i om . Linings for Silks.
? UR WASH G D??PA RT MENT is complete in every
detail. Noth. i beor? scared to"make this one of our
leading featur K. tiling in Lawns-, Organdies, Batistes,
Mousselines, 1 [uga and Voiles. Ginghams, Zephyrs
-Plain and M? .. cl Vii bright'-andnew.
Take n pe. p il ?ul I Ute of WHITE GOOPS.
Dress Trinimi Ribhmis uUd /julies V'ur?ishings
<(rc (til fia tit our Necktvectr for Ladies.
i 'Xi ! J. 4 ll apartment
Let us show yoi I) ugh* ir Shoe 'Department. Spring and
Summer styles II li? wi in "Queen. Quality." and "Drews,"
Oxfords, Sand: ' s. All new goods and new styles.
Best line Of Childi ?s in Town; 'Honans'and'Keiths")
Shoes for Men . good wearers.
M Ki )YS CLOTHING, *?
3ur Stock is com j .... au . i :s moving very fast. Von know wej
?ontrol only the . jines. No one can touch tts.
See our line t ' URNISUINGS. Anything you
want, best prices * ; AU"t!ie 'Newest' and 'Nobbiest"
Blocks in HA'I l >. ; "Straw Goods' arc now shown on om*
Display Coi. .. . .,
OUR JW RY DEPARTMENT.
Dur Millinery 1 ans been titted un in best possible
manner, and w ii .-,? rge of a New York Milliner. We
propose to sa- money here. No MOKK IIIGII-PRICKU
MILLINER Y !
nRRRS MAI _ WHAT BENNETTSVlLLl?
LAn.J2lOO MAJ HAS ALWAYS NEEDED!
Experienced and vlakcrs. in charge. lb?3t work Hod prices.
ttr>- WATCH : OF il ILLIM FRY OPEN IN G !
Our evy 3D epartment.
Fresh Stock STA FANCY GROCERIES. Always the
freshest and be- in this line.
tft?f UcmctubQr. w? ?In?!?? ";" c",'', yon " . .
, yo., nord, lui V: ny , . ur^ v, i sffeci>.
Gama sac it' .' ii. l?\ m \M3$$>. .'
' V.n-,.: .mi. h Wi Vl/'?ATHERLY,
i. lyojt. . ,, , OLD RELIABLE.
TO T FURT iIO,
i beg to inlorm that I represent some of
the best FI] .: N UR ANCE Companies
in the WOr'ld ' as to Terms and Rates.
March lt), 19.04. JNO. S- MOORE.
It Saved His j
L\ A I hmforih ol Lag
fered lor six months w
running sore on Iiis leg,
liucklen's Arnie.i Salve: .
in live - days Kor Ul
Piles; it's the host salve
Cure Guaranteed". Onl
hy .1. T. J Jouglas Drugg
.Sam .Jones says -of
"Ho captivates" and
capitulates, and then '
hour of splendid e
and enjoyment. 8 p, n
day at Court House.
?S?P Fresh Oat M
or two for 2ftc tit
Plowers *. Flo
Mrs. .ino S. Moon
lot ol' Geraniums,
Ferns, Paints and o >
well fooled, that sh
sell Cuttings 2i>o pe
A full line of II J. I
Pickles Preserves, Kel
jes, Jellies &c. nt
PURE RHEO BUFF
Thrifty, Reliable and
Thc IJulf Plymouth Roc
br tiiotit. The time 'or s
?spring brood is near at ha.
_'ggs so as to have them re.
season opens you should pl
ance and state date ol deli\
Setting ol 15 lOggS $1.50
I). A. GOV
Jan 5. I904. (jil?
Notice of Cc
NOTICE ?H hereby given
of General SOBBIOIIH for
Marlboro will convene at. lt
die Third Monday in APR
iStli day thereof) 1904, ani
?omnion Plena on thc Wt
tallowing raid Third Mon
being the :o'.li dny thereof
lettfivillo in and for the. cou?
md Klntoof Sont h Carolin.
ntcrcBtcd will take due no'
J. A. 1)1
Clerk C?ait of C
. .a c? 11, 1904. -un
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0 read about Hie home happenings. .
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Addles", all oglers to Tin; Marlboro
lemtcrai Henneltsville. H. C.,
Bight hour laws are ignored by those
ireless. bide workers- Dr. King's New
.ile Pill's Millions are always at work,
tight atfd day, curing Indigestion, Bili*
.listless. Constipation, Sick Headache
md all Stomach, Liver and Howel troub
::s. Easy, pleas int, site, sure. Only 25c
.1 J, T. D.m^las's drug stoic.
y _ -=
Superb S. O. T&Tiite Leghorns,
GEORGE W. VANDERBILT STRAIN,
- THE ACKNOWKDGED ECU MACHINE. ^~
Havo boen tested at several Exp. Stations, and bave come off victors. 1 will
guarantee 10 Chicks to Kitting or duplicit? order ut half price. Corn,'Peas
Wheat and Ryo taken in exchange. 1 will deliver at Benuottuville on Sale?days.
when orders are received 10 days in advance.
J. M. MOODY. McOolL S. C
Our Wew Line gg
-THE DIRECT WAY
^ EAST. "WIEST
I BENNETTS VILLE & CH ER AW R. R. ?
H -- and - S?
A IR LINE RAIL WA Y. B
p Leave Bennettsvillc *7^00 n. m., 4 00 p. ra. jj?
P$ Arrive Choraw *7.50 a. ra., 0.00 p. ra.
^5 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. J&i
^5 * Direct connections at Cheraw with through trnir?s to
?5 the North, East, South and West.
?OJ The short linc and muckest (??no lo Wilmington, Charlotte. Atlanta,
?9 Raleigh, Richmond Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Now York, vi
V? Boston. Buffalo, Pittsburg and all points North and East. ,., 1 . Vx
\ ' ?
?h. The i-hort linc an i quickest time to Columbia, Savauaab, Jacksonville,
Tampa. Montgomery. New Orleans and all points South and West.
^ Foi further infornuM'on call on J. T. M KULIN, agent Bennettsvillc &
^5 Cheraw R. R . Bennettsvillc.S C., or address JOS. W, STEWART
^ T P A., SEAPOARD Ata LINK RY . Columbia. S. C. ^
|| CHARLES P. STEWART, A. 0. P. A , S.A L, Ry, Savannah, Ga. M
I AMIN AKIJ Uli
Do You want A GRAIN DRILL?
If so, Get The Best.
We sold in this County last season ELEVEN of lite ''Far
mer's Favorite Grain Drills," anti every one of J
them gave 'erfect satisfaction. Wc guarantee them lo jilease.
what 8i.s*nc of our customers have lo say :
MR. p. A. Hui. a KS,
I um very in nell pleased willi tho 1 "Pur mers Favorite drain
Ihill" bought of'you last season, I have illumed my crops ol* Oats, Wheat, Peas
'tod Sorgum Cane, ami it lias given mo KntMaetinn. Where 1 have been punine
Four Bu.hols Oats when sowed with hand. I lind Two aad a Half P.n.-hels i- 'alli
vient when owed with Drill. Signed .J. F. BREEDEN. .
This is to certify that we planted our crop ol' sm ill crain with thc "Farmer'>
Favorite Crain Drill" last season an I are idelved with it in every particular. We
planted an much as six bushels Red Rust IVnnf'Oals per nero, and in evoi'? instance
it gave us a perfect stand, ami has given entire satisfaction. We heartily rccom
mend it. Signed T, S. and E. W. EVANS.
MR P. A. HODGES
Thc "Fanner's Favorite, (j rain Drill" bought of you has |
niven onlirc satisfaction, and I heartily recommend it.
Signed J. C. ll AMER.
-?<H>* OO?OO0 OOOOOOOi*^
See us if you Expect
to Buy a DRILL.
Sept 16, 1903.
Bi A m
ft dS^\> o ?!*t&
T. T. DOUGLAS. A. C. DOUGLAS j
J. T. DOUGLAS ft BROTHER,
Practical Pharmacists and Dealers in
I^urc ?rugs and |paloiil gj^ciliciiics
Plain and Fancy Stationery and School Supplies,
Paints, Oils, VarMsft, Brushes,
GrLASS and PUTTY.
<^.FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
**?sr Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours
and guaranteed tu be oj' tito Purest Drugs and at
A full line Garden Seed & Onion Sets.
Thankful for past liberal patronage we solicit a continuanccof same
J. T. DOUGLAS & BRO.
Jaanary J, 1901?. AT TJ^? OLD STASH*.
,f OUR BICYCLES have, been ti mod
and.everybody who rides th?tn saya they
.tiro ahead of'tlic agc.
They euglit lo/b'd. .They aro mtotsjac
tured io tho latest, most eoi?nt?Bo and
durable stylo. ' : *"
They ar? light in weiimt.;easy tunning
aud the price* are way duwrK-N
You only wini thoI best.aili those aro
tho only kind of wheeU week.
If your bicycle, is weak', ' tun'duwn, or
needs attention brinjr it to our repair de
partment whore old timers aro mado good
as new. .
S. J. PEARSON;
Next door to Postofflce.
Th ru D' D?OR.FROM ADIMS Iloosfltt. *f
THE best workmanship.
Bay Rum and Tonic Treatment
; . Tools the best and sharpest , -
Polite attention always assured
Three Artists ia constant at endance
LADIES WORR a Specialty !
Once a-'cus'tomi.r, aiwrvs a customer
IIATCI?ER & MUDD,
. TONSORIAL ARTISTS.
WK STILL FKED~
WrJKN in town and you wnnt ii good
meal, remember we can serve yon.
A good tocal for 25c. Restaurant
ucth of tho Market. .'
FRESJI OYSTERS in every nrjlp.
I). J. BRAYB?Y
Bennettsviiie & Chsraw Railroad
MB?eSOrg aa BBL SE? BHT
Commencing' 'Monday Nov ?J, 1C03, 1
and until further notice, tra?as between,
Cheraw and Rennoltsyillo will ho operated
on thc following fhedule,' daily except
Sunday : .
WEST HOUND FROM IS KN\N'i:TTS VILLE
TRAIN Leave Rennettsvijlo ii 45 a qi
43 Leave Evercit's .7 25 aLm i
Leave Koliock-'s .7 40 a m
Arrive Cheraw 7 .50 a m
DRAIN Leave Ron nett .-ville 40Q-p ni
33 Leave Everett's" fi 30-p tm:T
Leave Kolloekrs ' ?? -"?<? p io
Arriv? Chertuv X< Ut) p.m.
? ;.'!. M) Sw Kl&? CdKUAW. ",....,.
TRAIN Leave Cle?nw " S I ft ft m
3S Loav- K illoe'.t s K?ti'? m-;
I ... live-, ... to a ?n a m
Arrive Rennet tsville 9 ?0 a m '
TRAIN Leave Cheraw ..: 9 25 pm4
32 Leave Kol lock's 9 30 p':m;'
Leave Everett's -9 f)0 p m
, Arrive Rennetlsville lt) 20 p. in
A. Gi PAGE, SUPT. '
Cheraw, Nov. 7. 1903.
1st Day. \fi?/I/?>
Produces the above results in 30 DAYS. It acts
powerfully and quickly. Cures when all others
fail. Younc men and old men will recover, their
youthful vigor by using REVIVO. It quickly
and surely restores from effects oTself-abuse 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 lor study, business or marriage. It not only
cures by starting at the sera of disease, but ia a
Great Nerve Tonic an'l Blood-Builder
and restores both vitality and strength to tha
muscular and nervous system, bringing back
?he pink glow to pule clucks and restoring the
lire ol youth. It wards r.lT Insanity anil Con
sumption. Accept no substitute. Insist on hav
ing REVIVO, rio other. It-an be carried ?ti vest
pocket. By mail, $1.00 per package, in plain
wrapper, or six for $5.06 with a positive writ?
ten guarantee to cure or rotund thc money in
every package. For ire circulai address
Royal Medicine Co.^S^S?lu!*
For sale in Benhettsville by
J. T. DOUGLAS & BRO.
Nothing has ever equalled it.
Nothing can ever surpassait
?M ?.u" .....i soc &$1.00
A Perfect For All Throat and
Cure: l ung Troubles,
ney back If lt fails. Trial Bottles freo.
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t rr ri l^'-t rt-iMi: v forflceiirms p.t-nnU
A tiMi.lK.'imclr llhiFtrntoil wooVlf. I.BMOU cl?
!Mi?Hlon ( ir&y (fcloriUriO jottrnn?, Torin?. M a
Seul ?nr month?, ?iT Pola bynll newiOMlM-;
MUNN &Co.3dlBroadway'New York
" Dr" ob omeo. C25 F Bt., Wft?hlui|ton. D.C.