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&. A, BROWN - - - Editor
Friday. Maroh 25,1904.
ATTENTION CAMP HENEGAN.
Tho ?ul mini meeting of Camp Ilene*
gau will ho held in tho Court House
on tho 4th duy of April being the ii rsl
Monday. All veterans are considered
members and aro expected to be pres
ent, as business oi importance will bf
transacted. By o der of
O. S. McCall, Com ma oder.
C. M. Weatherly. Adjutant
PEN ANJO SCISSOR GRAPHS
Burglars aro still at work in
Tho fatuous Nickel Plated Show
will bc in Columbia on tho 28tb.
Earthquake shocks were fell
in the New England States Sun
Tho Southern Ice plant at South
Rocky Mount N. C., was burned
ono day last week.
The State Inter-denomination
al Suuday school convention
meets in Columbia May 4th.
Bishop Candler of Georgia
has accepted an inviation tc
preach at Clemsonon Easter Sun
Bishop Duncan will preside a'
tho Florence District Conference
to bo held at Hurtsville nexl
Mr. Sully tho cotton opsratoi
bas suspended, and his losses arc
estimated at live million dol?an
in thc last ten days.
Winthrop college will receive
a gift of $20,0(10 from Andrew
Carnegia for a library if the
trustees will raise $2,000 yearly
for its suppoot.
Tho best remedy f>>r the cotton
boll weevil is to raise more than
they can eal. That would bc
cheaper thau destroying them by
goverment aid.-Anglo Saxon.
According to thc government
weather bureau the wilder now
passing is thc coldest this country
has experienced in thirty twt
Thc mockingbird is said to bi
especially fond ol tho grubs of the
boll weevil and will lie extensivol)
propagated in Texas to pray upoi
the insect pest.
recently that he had not witness
ed a Holy Ghost revival in a do/,
on years. Wonder if Sam is no1
as nt nett to hhimo as anybody else:
Thc eily school ol Columbia art
equipped with lire extinguisher:
and the boys are taught to UK
them. It. is certainly far bettei
than drilling with baseballs oi
The State Convention of tilt
ll. Y. P. U. Meets in Anderson
April 5, fi, and 7. Reduced rate.?
will be granted by the railroads
and a rayai goo i time will be giv
en thc delegates by Anderson'.'
Tho Raleigh Times says it fails
to feel complimented when it sees
it sti'tcd that tho South will vote
for anybody who muy be nomina
ted by the Democratic national
convention, lt, isn't much of o
compliment, but isn't it n facti
JAPAN and RUSSIA
Are busy fighting on the other side
of the earth, but, we ?ire still htisiei
taking orders for International Ta?loi
Made Suits If you want to boyup
to tlale clothing call on
STKAUS . & ( 'o.
Dots From (ftisleiiing's Mill.
Well, Mr. Kditor, Spring has
opened and we fanners arc hustling,
From what I eau learn the wed
ding bells will soon be ringing in
Miss Lucy Huntly who has hedi
spending some lime in Hebron und
Clio has returned linnie.
Mr. and Mrs. Jon Williamson,
Mr. and Mrs. .J. T. Mcmaster anti
little Mattie spent Sunday at tl c
home of Mr. .1. J. (bindy.
Mr. W. A. Rogers gave a fine
talk ut Bethel Sunday morning
representing Hie Sou I hern Chris
Our pastor Rev. Sliulcr, also
preached a good sermon.
Mr. Ned I'aUtTsou has a very
" "idy, of Clio spent
. mc ol' his father,
?ghi and gol lost,
hey found t lietn
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Copeland
spent Sunday al his father's, Mr.
A. B. Copeland.
Meh 21,1001. A Hustler.
The jury at lil i/abet h City gave
Jj. JJ. Winder a verdict for .^?uo
against the A. C. L. for rejecting a
round trip ticket sohl by their agent.
DOTS FROM. BRIG HTS VILLE.
. ? ; tl"'.
Our farmers are buying lar^e'v this
-pring of guano. It seems that the
price ot cotton has put new life n
them; they risa farber every morning.
You can now hear the rattling wagons
passing along before tho sun lists
bound for tho different Do\ ota after
Fertilizers o..1 meal or some 'kind of
stuff to go under their colton, and
L-very fellow, wants to plant his whole
crop in cotton, and from looks of
thing*, there will bo a lot of corn
sin, ped io this section next year.
Though it seems each fellow knows
his own business
Go it, boys, make all you can, save
ail you eau, and give all you can-be
bk: the scotchman who went to heai
the preacher. In the sermon the preach
er said "My brethren you must makt
all you can." Tho scotchman said
timi's good. The preacher said "save
all you can," Tho Scotchman .?nid
that's belter. But when the preacher
said "give all you cuu," the Scotchman
said, "Dar, you spoilt i all." Now,
boys, I am airaid we are going td spoil
it all by planting all cotton and too
little om, und no small grain to fall
hack on The ont crop has been killed
by the cold, and every fellow sei mi to
be glad so ho can put cotton instead.
Que of my friends not long since told
me that corn crops would eventually
b?? a thing of the past in this couulry
-that we can buy corn cheaper than
we can raise it. Ho will fiud out this
July one year, ii'he continuos to prac
tiee what he preaches.
The small pox scare is about over1
Everybody can go where they please.
Your correspondent had the pleas
ure of meeting Mr Campbell Stubbs,
of Sumter. He is visiting relatives in
our town. His uncle Jackson Stubbs
8 q'lite sick, and has been for a week.
Mr. Campbell Stubbs is a nice, high
toned gentleman, aud I um glad to
have met you cousiu "cain", you must
come again to eeo us. I want to hear
you tell about the Irishman and the
doctor oue more time.
I came to this country thirty years
ago-will bj this Nov 22d-aud I
have been a special chum of my cou
sin Jackson A. Stubbs ever siuce the
? day we me':. Ile and my father were
great chums I have beeu knowing
j him all these 30 years, but I have
never seen him Hick in bed before. He
has been a man of un ?rou constitution.
Always smart industrious and go
ahead. I hope my old chum will be
himself again in a few days and eau
call to sec me at my place of business
i >s usual, which was once or twice a
...cele. Ile baa ul! the kind attention
(hal can be rendered him. Ilia 8?3ter
iu.law, Mrs. Blight, two daughters
and one son all are splendid and good
helps to him. His neighbors and rela
. liv..s call J lily to see him. Tho Dr.
, thinks he ii sumo better to day. All
j f his relatives and friends (eel a deep
interest io him. His pastor, Rev
Brother Shuter, is cabing to see him,
' ami we all nie looking lorward to his
? convalescence, and hope he will soon
. ho himself in health again,
Meh IS, 190-1. E \V. G.
.-wuuic .itu lino ucuu ou lui innate nc
- to have escaped the saw and the ax
However it is not too late to begin to
I educate those who may hive the trim
> ming of tim shade tre.-*s in future, and
this Ls submitted with the hope that il
> may he of some service.
A L iver of Trees.
. ."We are close upon the time forthi
munal iree trimming campaign, days
when tree lover?, and those who ap
preciate beautiful streets and avenues,
. oe incensed beyond measure at the
! r ii li less iiud unnecessary abuse tr
. which eily trees are subjected at the
hands of incompetent laborers Every
1 ooo who has any desire toste the tree?
protected from this annual destruction
1 should make every eflort to oppose
thia system, and call upon his local
, papers to utter a vigorous protest
igainst the employment of incompe
tent men lo do such work. Systematic
ami intelligent pruning, that is, prun
ing at proper limes and in detail as
I absolutely required, is good for trees;
? it promotes health, strength and
1 beauty; il helps the tree to do its hist
nuder tho adverse and unnatural coi.?
ditions of its city existence, but it
sholl d be done nuder tho direction of
a skilled horticulturist or garde er. lt
is sn important that we urge another
. perusal of Mr. Dunbar's articles on
? the subject, given in our issues of
Mareil and April 1903 Tree trimming
has no rules, beyond the few general
suggestions on the subject that will
apply lo all tives in common. Every
tree in every class of treea is an in
dividual and develops an individually
whi h in some particulars requires a
special treatment. How is it possible
then, that common laborean be trusted
?v ii tm work necessitating a students in
telligencfr? The beauty and usefulness
of ?ree life demand,-**be best efforts of
the coiniuunittfioe on T care autj p|0
tcction." ^mpany, i
_aiding the _
Tho Hen rc. I, and ending Febr
']'?". i;; 82, June 1st. to 3? guxon
stocked witn shan. \Ve are tired
of pitying lour prices tor fish/'
I What is wanted most; Uro, is an
i "open door-' at tho mouth ol' the
' l?ivcr, and more fisheries. Thia
I will check monopoly.
.\ latte Train.
Thc special freight now run
ning between Bonnettsville and
Florence, was wrecked at Pal met
lo Friday night on tho down trip,
and in consequence, thc Gibson
passenger did not pass here until
near 2 o clock Saturday morning.
Loiters addressed to tho following named
demons romain uncalled for at tho pout
oflieo in Bon notts ville :
S W. Hall, A. W. Hall, D. ll
1 Kristall, James Welch
Tho 1 .adios certainly bad a nico
.limo at tho spring openings on
'Wednesday und Thursday
McLBNDON BfiOS, PARLOR,
If a shave you want, no neat
That yonr wita will call you bwoot,
MCLKNDON Baos ?H Ibo placo,
To beautify your ugly fuoo.
Your bair trimmed, ovon and round,
Not a fault oan bu found,
By barbers oxpsrt and right,
MOLBNDON BUDS aro out of eight.
Comptt'tors new, razors by,
And clean towels they hang high,
MCLENDON Unes, have caught tho I rade
Thuir reputation, already made.
Tho latest "fada" aro obsoivod,
Your hair aud whifkors all preserved,
Our promises, wo woul ! havo you test,
MCLRNDON BROS will do tho rest.
ToDBOiial parlor at the hotel stand,
Polito artists always oa hand,
No cigarettes, and sterilized tools,
Aro absoiuloly ono of tho rules.
Children served, and dressed so neat,
Mothers think tboy aro really sweet,
MCLKNDON linos, want your trado,
And hopo this fact pl. in hath mado.
ftlch iSth 1904.
The best rule is to keep your fool
warru as Cuba, dry ns Samara, and as
comfortable as an easy chair. Just
travel iu our Shoes and you will be
poifectly right on all these points.
STRAUSS & Co.
TOWN AND COUNTRY
UV JOHN BPOLLON IN FIBRE AND FA11RI0
A correspondent writes inc that lie is
thinking of moving to a city ?I' he can get
work in one. Ile lives in u ten ?My lone
some Prohibition Town-which means
(hut if you want a glass of bad beer you
must pay ten cents for it. Thc only
theatre is a small hall over thc solitary
grocery store, which is let occasionally to
Thcsepians. There is only one "cop" in
thc town and he hasn't made an arrest in
six months. No excitement al all. Naw
Ho tells me that he has enough money
saved io pay Ins fare, bag and bagage, to
any city in thc couutry, if he em only 1 e
a Job-with wages .* ora position-willi
Slay where you are. comrade. Yon
cau't save enough money in a city to
bring you hack to thc country again
In one year you would be vainly sight
ing to go back and inhale thc bal . un of
the pine?. li:;!cn to thc humming ol' th.
bees auiODg the clover, and feast you?
eyes on thc violets, butti reups ?md dais
?es: instead of stroling thc ill paved
strcels-sniffin thc sc wei ?.gis, stuffing cot
ton lulling in your ears to drown the
fierce war-whoops ol' commercial strife
poisoning your cloths to keep flea; away,
begging plumbers lo come and rep:.ir
y air frost bitten water pipes and Ink
good money for doing b ul wuk, and
fighting with your neighb >r, upstairs or
down, to keep him from walking all over
you. You may get a dollar a week nu re
wages, but you will pay a dollar and a
You can raise chickens there, herc you
will pay 40 cents a dozen for half-hatch*
ol eggs. Al ibo loot of thc garden you
can raise potatoes; lhere you can rai c a
pig or two and defy the tru^t that raises
thc price ol meat here.
Above all, comrade, you can raiso your
children there. Ina eily you can raise
nothing but h-and a very pool qual
ity of that.
As for amusement, you cm find more
fun and better health with a shotgun and
> fishing rod, iu the woods ?md along thc
streams, than you would lind in the un
natural and cxpeusivo delirium of city
As 11 workingman in a city you must
take up your al).nie in the slums and pay
high rent for the privilege of contempt 1
ting low life, .lohn Doyle O' Kv illy sang.
"There is nothing sweet in die ci ty
Hut the patient lives nf tho poor."
It wouldn't have hurt hi> metre in thc
least if he had written "The lives of the
patient poor," for the noor are not all
patient hy a large majority-moa nf them
arc exceedingly vicious, almost as bad us
thc rich-would be juit as lal if they
'lad the means.
If you try to lind genuine friends in a
city, you will cither tO' snubbed or give
il lot of bunn and cheap sports thc rafts
faction of saying llicy know you.
belier stay where you are unless JOU
have enough stiengh of charade, to get
along without li ?ends, and enough in
come to pick out and pay for thc locality
in which von Would like to live.
Make Your liens Lay.
Cull on Douglas Jennings he sells
beef scrap, beef meal, ground bono
and clover meal. Your hens will lay
when they teed on these egg pro
This com ma nd in the 1 raiy means
business. Has the same value to you
when we use it This week its "At
tentiou"to the fact thal we ure show
ing Spring and Summer Drts- Goods,
Notions and Novelties, nt low prices
STRAUSS & Co.
Glenning Tho Streets.
There is no doubt id* tho tact
that tho wast paper on the .streets
and public places should be clear
ed away, mid from an observa
tion covering many years, we
would suggest that the very best
way in which to insure tho des
truction of all waste paper, little,
old shoes, tin cans, otc, is for
council to put a Squad of William
Goats in the field. -Min ion Star.
Wo have seen cows cat paper
out never heard of goats feeding
on it. Marion street might be
helped with one or two.
Wc make a specialty of selling
Pianos and Organs. Try us with
thc acid of compction. Wc can
stand thc lest.
Strauss & Co.,
RUV "pTT T Wn with the BEST GOODS
riK?.rlLLJj/lJ al the BEST PRICES,
Which means that your wants can better
supplied, at better prices ixere than elsewhere.
WE propose TO M?KTCOMP?TIT??^ ?a Every De
partment. A visit will ] Experience und money can
accomplish any thingvirtue unamos world. We have both,
and .have put them to practici ! use.
Two "Sew 'B j aliments.
-^tN?VIillinery and P ss-BVSaking.W*
Onr Dress Goods Depart'
in Black and Colored Woolen
est Patterns. See wha wo
Pean de Crepes, Silk M
Nuns Veilings. All t;
Plain and Fancy Wt
Swellest line of Fancy S.
ever seen herc. Loo
and Mohair for Shir
These arc the Lat
Ask to see our
OUR WASH GOODS !
detail. Nothing ha:
leading features. E
Mousselines, Fancy .S
-Plain and Mercerizt
Take a ?Deep at ot :<> v.
Dress Tri ninii iigs,
arc all herc. L
Let us show you tbron
Summer styles now s
Oxfords, Sanda's anc
Best line of Children:
Shoes for Men -styli.'
V*- MEN ant
Our Stock is complete,
condoi only the best kn
See our line of G El
want, best, prices to be
Blocks in II ATS. C
Our Millinery Depart?
manner, brno will be . ?ai .
propose to save yoi
Experienced and capable
(t> WATCH FOR
<Our C3ri ?ce
Fresh Stock STAPLE r
freshest, and best. 'I
fit?f" ItoinembeV, ?vc arc ou:
anything you need, and wu UA
ed with all that's to be had
ls-Newest Weaves, New
show. Voiles, Eolians,
>ps, Poplins, Sicillians and
Mack and Colored Material,
ulards for Shirt Waist Suits|
iw things" in Silks and Silk
s for Silks.
BNT is complete in every
ed to make this one of our
Lawns, Organdies, Batistes,
Voiles. Ginghams, Zephyrs]
ht and new.
id Ladies Vumishings
jYeekicear for Ladies.
e Department. Spring and
teen Quality" mid '"Drews,"
ll new goods ami new styles,
'own. 'Honans' and 'Keiths"
- OLOTHING. *
ing very fast. You know we
No one can touch us.
[SQINCS. Any!??ing you
the 'Newest' and 'Nobbiest"
Hoods' are now shown on oiu'
d nj) in host possible
York Milliner. We
re. No MOUE HIGH-PRICED
HAS ALWAYb NEEDED!
iii charge. Best work ami prices.
MILLINERY urENING !
O ep ar tra ent.
GROCERIES. Always the
mil will SAVE you "a BUUg iium'' on
ju xii En.
Come see if we u the Truth
I beg- to inform thc
the oest FIRE
in the world.
March 10, 1904.
Titi BUTK OF UKS1
The angel of death. The
foe ol' all, has aeain visite
Lid ge No :?;>, A. F M., ami
from Labor to Reward ll
Dennett-oiio of our oideat
ami most highly esteemed
therefore res d ved
Lt -That, while wo bow i
submission to this dispens?t?
vine providence wrought by
ol ihe great architect of tho
who has said "what I do tho?
imt now but shalt know h
yet we recognize that in ihr
? ur esteemed Brother our I
( o iimtinity have Biishiiued
great loss, one that will be s
not only by the immediate fa
loved ones of our deceased
hut also by all who knew 1
lovell and respected him for
V r m s and high standard
and christian character.
2nd-That while he has joi
ns io Ids Inst earthly conn in i
w~' will strive to emulate hid li
lu s in life that we in iy mei
i lie celestial Lodge above.
3rd-That we extend to
reaved family our heart fe'! s
io their deep sorrow ami c
them io the tender care of om
ly Father uh i do( iii all thing
hh -That a copy of ibis |
ami i esolu?ions lie sent to t!
..four deceased Brother an?
( ounty papers for pubbed
timi a binnl< page in our mini
la- inscribed to his memory
.1 IO Mel, n
H. (?. McCol
FLOOR COVER! N GS
Floor covering.- fir springt
mer which sholl.(I he yours,
to go il for us to keep, ami t
for you to miss having,
Maltings lind Rugs c ll on
ST it A uss
For County Treasuic
I hereby anounco myself a
for re election to the. (Hied ol
Trcasur? r-Subject t!> the ruie.i
thc Democratic Piimary.
J. II Til
I ken hy announce myself a
lor the efliico of County Trcanuro
lo tho action of the Democratic p
h. LANK WA
Match io, 1904.
I represent some 01
.0 Terms and l?ales.
JNO. S. MOORE.
It Saved His Leg.
. A Dan forth ol Lagrange, (Li , su f
il lor six months^wtth a Irighltu)
ning sore on his lei;, lint writes that
[den's Arnie 1 Salve wholly cured il
ive days V >v Ulcers, Wounds
s; it's th . best salve in ihe world,
e tluaranteed. Only 25 cts. Sohl
r. T. Douglas Druggist.
SJ" Fresh Oat Meal only l?c
iwo for 2;H; at
Flowers ! Flowers !
.Irs. Jno S. Moore has a line
of Geraniums, Begonias
.ns, Palms and other plants,
I rooted, that she desires to
Cuttings 2fle ]ier dozen.
. full Hue ol' ll J. Heinzs Co.
des Preserves, Ketchups, Sau
Jellica iVc. at
W. M. Rowe's.
ghi hour laws are ignored by those
:ss. liulc workers- Dr. Kings New
Pills Millions are always at work,
t and day. curing Indigestion, llili
ess, Constipation, Sick I lead.o in
all Stomach, Liver and lionel trouh
Easy, pleasant, sale, sure. On'y 25c
T. Douglas's drug store.
'tYou Lovo Flowers?
so, and you want sonic pretty
ol' all sizes in wlii< h to place
1, call al the Hardware store
you can bc suited.
) wiii. for tin.' agency for
re have pul in more modern
hillery t han any other plant
out li Carolina. ' There is no
ldry in Hie statt; that has
ian expensive collar and
ironer as our recent put. in.
terms are most liberal,
ite UH now for agency.
A UR EN ? ST F AM LAUNDRY,
Laurens, S. C.
rE BEST SERVICE.
IE Wu.MIM.lox STEAM LAUN
is propnrcd io gua rn 11 leo the life
inish o? your Linens. Prompt
ce and quick returns, No BIIO lily
sent ont. Wc 6'ndy to pleisti.
al will prove it. Then lei us hive
next order, which v, ll bo sent
mrs lor better Laundry service
VA xe i : TATUM, Agt.
A. (J. L Depot.
nutUdvUlo, S. C.
Superb S, O. White Leghorns.
GEORGE W. V AND EREILT STRAIN.
- THE AUK NO WEDGED EU a MACH INK -
Have been tested at several Exp. Stations*, and have como off victors. 1 will
guarantee 10 Chicks to sitting or duplicate order nt hall" prico. Com, PUSH,
Wheat and ltyo tuleen in exchange. I will deliver at Bcauottsville on Salcsdays,
when orders ure rccciycd 10 days in advance.
J. M. MOODY, McColl, S. C
Our ISTG-^VST- Ijine
-THE DIREO? WAY
BENNETTSVILLE & CHER AW R. R.
AIR LINE RAIL WA Y.
Leave Bennettsville *7.00 n. m.,
Arrive Cheraw *7.50 a. m.,
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
* Direct connections at Cheraw with through trains to
the North, East, South and West.
Th? short linc and tiuickost thoo to Wihnincton, Charlotte. Allanta,
Raleigh, Richmond Washington. Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York,
Boston. Buffalo, Pittsburg and all points North and East:
The short line and quickest timo tn Columbia, Savannah, Jacksonville,
Tampa, Montgomery, New Orleans ami all points South and West.
4 00 p. rn.
COO p. m.
Ko? further information call on .J. T. MEDLIN, ngen! Bennetts'.i!!c &
Choraw R. Il . Bennettsville.S. C., or address JOS. W, STEWART
T. P A.. SEA HOARD Ant LINK itv., Columbia. S. C.
CHARLES P. STEWART, A. G. I?. A., S.A L, Ry, Savannah, Ga.
Ui\h wii\ li} ">.'. hit ityMW M^4^Wt?h
Mm r?iV?b1h/U?4i li!1 M?? UBOU""
Do You want A CiRAflftl DRILL?
fff so, Get The Best.
Wc sold in this County last season EJjEVRN of the tl Far
mer's Favorite G-ra?l Drills." ami every one ol
them gave erfeet satisfaction. Wc yuaranie.e them lo please.
H""*' what st. *nc ol'our customer.-: have to say :
MR. P. A. IK.JQE3,
I am very much pleased willi tho ''Fanners Favorite (Lain
Drill" bought of you last season, t have n'an'cl my .??,?i- ol' Oats, Wheat. lVas
II nd Sori?nm Cane, and it bas pi ven me saiLfaeiion. Where I have been puilinp
Four Bu beis Oats when sowed with band. I Bud Two and a Hall' Bushels i< Milli
piont wheu sowed willi Drill. Slgucd \ .1. F. BREEDEN,
This is to certify that we planted our crop ol' small L-rain with the ''Farmer':
Favorite Grain Drill" last season and an nlea-cd with it in livery particular Wc
iilanted as much as six bushels Red Rust Proof Oats per acre, and in cverA" instanc,
il pave us a perfect stand, and bas given ? ??tile satisfaction. Wo heartily recnm
mend it. Signed T, S. and E. W. EVANS.
MR I*. A. HODGES
The ..Farmer's Favorite Grain Drill" bought'of you ha
piven entire satisfaction, and I heartily recommend it.
Sigucu J. C. HAMER.
See us if you Expect
to Buy a DRILL,
Very re specif all y
Sept IG, 1003.
J. T. DOUGLAS. A. C. DOUGLAS
J.T. ??U0LIS k BROTHER,
Practical Pharmacists and Dealers in
Ipurc ?j^rugs and J^atenl l^odicincs,
Plain and Fancy Stationery and School Supplies,
Paints, Oils, Tarnish, Bms?tes,
> G-LASS and PUTTY.
_FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO._?>
wsr Prescriptions carcfuUy compounded at all ko uri.
and guarani ced to be of the Purest Drug* and a\
A full line barden Seed 6L Onion Sets.
Thankful for past liberal x>alrona<jc toe solicit a conlinuanccof sam
J, T, DOUGLAS k MO.
January J, 1903. AT THE OLD STAND,
OUK BICYCLES have leen timod
and ovcrybody who rides them says they
aro ahead of I ho ogo.
They ought to bu. They oro manufac
tured in the latest, most EcicnttQo and
They aro light Tn woight, easy tunning
and thc price? are way down.
You only want thc best and those aro
thc only kind ol' wheels week.
If your bicycle is weak, run down, or
needs atlentiou bring it lo our repair de
partment whore old limers are mado good
8. j. PEARSON,
Next door to Eostoffice.
Tumo Doon vnoa AI>\.MS HOUSE.
THE best workmanship.
Ray Rum and Tonic Treatment
Tools the best and sharpest.
Polite attention always assured
Three Artists in constant at endance
LADIKS Wornt a Specialty !
Once a customer, always a customer
HATCHER & MUDD,
WE STILL FEED
WHEN in town and you want a good
meal, remember wo can Fcrve you.
A good mein for 250. llr.etnnraut
north of tho Market.
FRESH OYSTERS in every style.
D. J. BR AY BOY
Bennettsville & C'noraw Railroad
- -. V-r*?
Commencing M.,relay Nov. '.?, 1003,
and until Inri her nod' ', (laius between
(Jheraw and Bonnettsvillo will he operated
on thc following r-*dicdu!c, daily except
WEST BOUND PUOJI HENNETTSVTLLE
Leave Bennet Isvillo 0 15 n m
Leave Everett's 7 'J? a m
Lea vu K?llock's 7 '10 a m
Arrive Chcruw 7 50 a ni
Leave Rennel 1 ville 1 00 p m
Leave Kvcrett'a 5 '?0 p.m
Leave Kulloek's 5 50 p m
Arrive Choraw 0 00 p m
EAST BOUND FROM ClIERAW.
' N aye G h cr a w ? 1f
1 .! ave Cl nora Vf
Leave Evcien .s
An ive Bennettsville. IO 20 p m
A. G. PAC]:, SUPT
Chcraw, Nov. 7. l'JO:',.
irs o 'Jtc.
lat Day. f?!?/$/.$>
1 Etti bay.
f of Me.
Produces thc above result? in 30 DAYS, ut acta
powerfully anti quickly. Cures when.sJYothers
fail. Young men and old men will reev^ct their
youthful vigor by usine; REVIVO. It /'quickly
and surely restores from effects of sejfcabuse or
excess and indiscretions Leca 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. Itnotonly
cures by starting at thc seat of disease, but is a
ti-cat Nerve Tonic and Jem! .Builder
and restores both vitality uud strength to tho
muscular and nervous system, bringing bofcfc
the pink glow to pale check s and restoring the
Uro of youth. It wards off insanity and Con?
sumptlon. Accept no substitute. Insist on har
ing RRVIVO, no other, li ; ap lie carried in vest
pocket. By mi.il, ii.00 per package, in plain
wrapper, or rix for S.s.co, with a positive ?Tit
ten guarantee to cute or rc?u.n? thc money ia
every package. For tree circular address
Royal Medicine C^^^i^
For sale in Bennettsville by
J. T. DOUGLAS & BRO.
Anyone sonning 11 sketch n<..: ttl ? ripUon ra??
qolokl? ascertain ..ur opinion ron iv iol or aq
invention H nmbnhlv inion nillo. ? OinmuniCIW
trn"HCl RcOTfldOntfil. ll,.,!...-!, ol. .'atolls
sent iron. ?Mest ..eon. vf. r .??" uni.-,I Wt? ul H.
Patents takon ttiroimh Munn t o. rocolvo
rptH-il notice, without ohnrao, In tho
roar; four months, il. Solu I)} ailnu w.nenierj.
wj.3eiBroad?ay. flOW York
lira" li omeo. U3? V St.. Washington. D.C.