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THE MARLBORO DEMOCRAT
8. A.. BROWN - - - Editor
Fridav. April 8, 1904,
DEVASTATING THE FOREST.
If there is une evil now in the
South greater than another, it is
that cf the destruction of our once
ningnifieionl forest. Aside from the
effect that thc clearing of our lands
has upon thc rain fall and the
streams, the waste committed in
the magnificent and valuable woods
of the country, is incalculable.
Sume few years agu a number uf
saw mill men passed through this
country and bought thc growing
timber at their own prices and fur
a minimum part uf its value.
Our people were uninformed ns
tu the value of the magnificent
pine, oak mid hickory that grew
in abundance in thc low lands and
upon thc lilis, and in nearly every
ease the contract uf purchase and
sale gave the right tu cut all timber
of every kind, ten inches and above
at the stumpage. Not; satisfied
with simply cutting and sawing in
te lumber, pino trees of every kind,
they demanded and now claim thc
right of denuding the forest of pop
lar, uak, hickory and walnut.
We understand that there arc
now pending in the supreme Court
several eases in reference lu these
purchases, and that there arc ii
number of additional cases ready
fur trial in this, Marion and othei
Counties, involving a construction
of tho options of purchase and con
tracts ol' sale. What the result
will be, ol'course, no one can tell,
but the questions involved, in thc
interest of righi, justice, and pub
lie policy, demand thc closest scru
tiny and investigation by an able
unprejudiced and conscientious j ucl
iciary. While thc defences in tin
di (fer en I eases arc nut exactly sim
liai', cerium principle* oi cqititj
ty and justice, so wc ure informed
are involved, and the decisi?n o
the cases now pending by the Sup
reine Court, may a libel materially
those pending on Circuit. "Lc
justice bc done though thc Heaven:
Annual Sleeting ('amp Heurguii
Tho tutu uni meeting of Camp Ilcnegut
wan lie'.il in the. Couti liona; on Monday
April 4111 ut II o'clock Tho Camp wai
%J. O. V>?*.....I?..?Ult! ,
.1. II. Oronn, isl Lieut Oommandor,
P. M John, 2nd Lieut Commander,
l'\ Manning, 3rd Lieut Uommaudor,
C. M. Weatherly, Adjutant.
Hov. .1. Ct itiolianlH, Chaplain,
Dr. J. L Napier, Surgeon.
Delegates to represent tho Cam;.) at the
State reunion at Charleston were elected
an follows : Kintore Allen, J.II. Divid. S
.1 Molimin. Sponsor-M ?fis Marcella Ca'?
hoon of Clio.
Tho following ilologatc.s wore clouted to
represent the Camp ut tho. II. C. V. Ho.
union: Rapt. A. I*. bristow. Capt J. li.
Green, Col. J. H. Hudson. Lieh delegate
wan authorized Lo elect his own alternate,
Tho Camp unanimously voted to extend
un invitation to Gen Walker to visit our
town and deliver hi* famous add rena 0.1
War hinlory auder the auspices of the
Tho following committee was appointed
to receive Gen Walk ;r and make all necea
8nry arrangements for the occasion; C.S.
McCall, Chairman, II. II. Newton, J. II
Hudaie, D D. McCall. S. J. Melanin.
Tho following resolution was ottered and
adopted to rc?pic:it the Chapter of C. D. C
to lake the prop?r-atept to get and distri
bute Crossen of Honor to the Confederate
Votorana of Marlboro County, and the
Camp to de.ray tho expenses of thc samo.
The following committee was appointed
to prepare r?solu! ions on tho death of Gen*
oral John IL Gordon: If. ll. Newton, J. il.
Hudson, I). I). McColl.
Tho ('amp then adjourned.
C. S. McCall, Commander.
C. M. Weatherly, Adjt.
DOTS Flit >U SW KAT SWAMI'.
Aller a long cold winter the lovely
spring lime lins come and luis given 11
spur lo the hu-ile ol tlie hustling
farmers, and I hear some ol ihcni ute
goin ' lo plnul colt?.H nu the fit li or
sooner. Home have not planted c >rn
yet, while ol hers have a I rea il y finished
Cotton Intimi be looked 11 fi cr co rh or no
cuni, and if the price ol eui ion keeps
up tlio sound of thc corn sheller may
censo lo bo hear?! ngniii in our beauti
ful Southland, I hope litis will 110 li
the case. Wc should make plenty ot
corn and cotton too ns tiver produc
tion ia ll Wold ol the past.
Mr. Editor, I have been requested
to give notice that nil persons, untie
and female, interested in thc lied
Bind cemetery al Ked lliull'will meet
on l'Yulny ibo ii'.lth of April, 1 ? cl
up rind dec nat." the same. All friends
April I, ?U01 Hermit.
To Tho People of Marlboro County
Four years ago I made thc ince for
.Sherill again it litre.! of ns go ul men
B8 Marlboro county ever produced and
received a very complimentary vote
for which I uni very lliuukfiil lo my
friends I nm gohnj lo !>>? a Candidate
again and il Klcctod will Discharge
tho Duties of the office with credi to
myself and to tho satisfaction of the
das b\ Mel iilviaV
/Clio. S C , Apr. it 100-1. I
DOTS FKOJl 1$ RIG HTS VI LLE.
We are having fine weather again.
Our young farmers are in fine spirits
now, and are about through planting
com, and are running their Distributors. I
I can hear the clack, clack, all over the i
neighborhood, evejy morning, when i
every thing souuds so clear and distinct. ,
You can hear the clatter ot the farmers
boys Distributors, mingled in with the
song of the mocking bird, and the blue
ird, which thrills the farmer's heart
vith that love, that makes him feel that
ito is worth living, and you hear his
voice across the hiil which represents a
happy heart within, and as he turns
the beauiitul soil, and thinks what will
^ row here, and the bea uti lui "gr?jgn
Ulis" he will handle from the proceeds
Micron, then his heart leaps for joy;
(hen he thinks ot Sallie and the baby,
and will jump about 2 teet high and
squall like a panther, and then look all
iround to see it any one saw him. Such
i happy thought, my young larmer, to
think that you arc so happy and free,
living the most, independent lite in the
world. Boys, stay on the tarms with
your lathers and mothers and sisters;
, where you can enjoy the riches that are
possessed in such a noble and pure
lite, and enjoy the relreshing breeze that
.jives such glowing color to your cheeks.
Thc farm life, boys, is one of the
sweetest and noblest file's a man can
live. He learns Irom his youth to love
his neighbor as himself. Ile learned to
know what self denial means, and learns
to love and care tor his lalher and moth
er and sisters as he should in carly
youth, ol which he never paris, and he
becomes to be a noble man, a good hus
?.and, a good neighbor, a good larmer.
Now, my young triends you all know
me. 1 am no stranger to you, I was
i reared up on the tarin, and I do advo
cate lajtn lite, because we can have so
many nice things around us, such as
cows, good horses, and nice hogs, good
, gardens-and good chiHren, and affec
, tionate wives or companions. All these
things make up a happy lite and consti.
' tutes 'The Farm Lite', of which your
correspondent will always try and hold
up as one of the most independent, the
most honorable, and happiest lile a man
can live. One that the whole world looks
? up to, and asks lor help, and is depend
upon. It is the products of the iarms.
produced by the (armers, that keeps the
wheel ol the great M. F. G. Co.. ot the
. world moving
You see how dependant they are upon
these products. Therelore these indus
nies all look lorward to the time when
the larmer puts his proceeds of thc larm
, upon thc market. And, if we farmers
, suive to reach the plain ot success,
which we are last gaining, the time is
not far distant wdien we can hold every
- product produced by us, lor our price
and can sell, at our own will and pleas
' art:. Then a larmer in these circumstan
ces. I must say is an independent faim
! er lar as circumstances are concerned.
. I will take un this snbject in my next
I tetter. 1 will now iiy and give you some
1 ol the local nev s ol our community.
Our old Iriend and kinsman Jackson
f Stubbs, is some better at this writing.
He seems to bear his affliction patiently
and looks forward with the bright hope
' of his recovery, which we all anticipa-e
t will nol be. long, belore he will bc able
? to be himsell again, though he seems
belter now. But, we don't know what
to-morrow will bring forth. Ile is slill
being eared for by kind lriends, watched
over by ihe kind hand ot providence,
. both night and day. ?Slr. Peter Stubbs
and daughter spent the night with him
i last night. Mr. Peter Stubbs is very en
tertaining add never gets sleepy on such
occasions, and we were glad to meet
1 .. -..>- ?- ->-'- v"..
Mr..W. H Gibson and Mr. Arch Mc
. Gregor called Sunday morning to ste
I their old cousin Jackson. It did the
! writer good to see Will H. and Wiley
Norton meet. The two champions seated
themselves on the porch, alter a happy
greeting and eyed one another with such
. kiping," that the crowd broke into a
roar ol laughter. Then W. II. Gibson
fired away at Norton. Then the two
champions tried themselves for one
hour. 1 know some ol the boy's sides are
sore to-day and don't feel like plowing,
I want Will H. Gibson to write up
Iiis Jackson Spring trip, with his experi
ence with Norton the Champion ol
Brightsville. at present. 1 am afraid
Norton will lose the belt. If John H.
O succeeds in gening the groop taken
by Smith, and gets Norton in the croop
-with Andrew I think John will have
to wear the belt, don't you John? and,
especially if you succeed in getting Nor
ton in with that groop; he then ought to*
let you wear the belt at least for two
weeks, that is il you don't take it like P.
T. Odom did when Norton offered him
With these few scattering thoughts I
will closw until a more convenient time,
as dinner is announced, and you can
imagine ho.v a hungry man leels when
the dinner bell rings and he trying to
write a letter.
Success to all of the young farmers of
Yours, E. W. G.
The Presidents of tlie various Demo
cratic (Jltilis id' Marlboro County ino
hereby ri quested to call together their
respective chilis at their usual place
nf meeting, on Saturday April 23,
Ilill i next, at such hour of the day
timi they may decide bent, fm-thc pur
pose ol' reorganizing the clubs for the
coming election, also to elect ono mein
ber of tin- county executive committee,
also lo elect delegates to the Comity
Convention lo meet in Bennettsvil'e,
S C., May 2nd, 1904 at ll o'clock a
m. The repr?sent?t! m to lie one dele
gate for eoch twenty-live members
or u innj oily fraction thereof.
The representation to lie on the
; ??.-is id the club rollt?.
A county convention is hereby
called lo meet in the Court House in
I'ennetlsville, S C., on Monday May
'Jud, 1901, at ll o'clock a m., for the
pm pose of electing a county Chair
man, u member ol thc State Kxecu
tivo Committee and eight delegated to
iii . State Convention to bc held in
Columbia, K, C., on Mny 18th, 1904,
ut 12 o'clock noon, and for such other
business as may come before it.
By order of Executive Committee.
C. H MriCAi.v,,
Api I, 190*1 County Chairman.
Tim State bas borrowed 200,000
willi which to pay pensions.
Mr. j. B. Avery of tho Char
lotte Observer died sudilon?y of
heart failure on Biiruluy morning.
Thc doods in Ohio last week
bioko all previous rocortls-Jolly
ing loss and great want in tho
I hereby announce, myself as u candidato
tor office of Rh ur iii of Marlboro County
st tho coming; Primary Election. I pledge
myself to abide by tho result of said Pri
mary Election and to support the nominecd
of tho same.
April 4th 1904. J. E ROGERS.
I hereby announce myself a candidato
for the ofllco of Sheriff of Marlboro count;,
?ubject to the action of the Democratic
Primary, and plcdgo myself to abido thc
osult thereof and to support tho nominees
>f tho Baum.
JAB F. MCGILVRAY.
April 5th, 1904.
Ter County Supsrvisor.
Ihereby announce myself as a candidate
for tho office- of County Supervisor,
subject to tho action of tho Democratic
Moa 28, 1904. J J. TAUT.
For, County Treasurer.
I hereby anouueo myself n candidate
for ro election to tho of?oo of County
Treasurer-Subject to tho rules govorning
tho Democratic Primary. ?
J. li. THOMAS.
I hereby aunounco myself 11 candidate
for tho offlico of County Treasurer, Bubjcct
to tho action of tho Democratic primary
B. LANE WATSON.
March id, 1904.
A Thoughtful Man.
M. M. Austin ol Winchester, Ind.
knew what to do in the hour of need.
His Wile hail such an unusual case ol
stomache and liver trouble, physicians
could not help her. He thought ol and
tried Dr. Kings New Lile Pills and she
got rebel At once and was linally cured.
Only 25c, at Douglas, Drug Store.
Mr. Robert Thomas, son of Trcusurer J.
II. Thomas, roturned homo Inst week from
a throe years service in the PbilUpines.
His term of enlist mont having expired, he
thought of homo. Ho waa in several bat
tles and brings with him many curiosities
to remind him of Iiis tough experiences ns
a moldier in that far country.
Floor covering? for spring and sum
mer which should be yours, they are
to good for U3 to keep, and too cheap
for you to miss having, for Carpets
Mattings and Rugs c ll on
STU A uss & Co.
Make Your Hens Lay.
Call on Douglas Jennings lie sells
beef scrap, beef meal, ground bone
and clover meal. Your hens will lay
when they leed on these egg pro
A full line of II Jj. Heinzs Co.
Pickles Preserves, Ketchups, Sau
ces, JeiiieB ccu. at
W. M. Rowe's.
An Ordinance to Prevent thc Sale by
Licensed Druggists or any other per
sons or firms ol any preparation or
compound, which may be used as a
beverage and which is intoxicating in
its character, without a written pre
scription of a Physician.
Bc it ordained by tho Mayo- nnd Alder,
men of thc towu of Bcnnottsville in Coun
That hereafter it shall lie uulurvfull for
uuy license Druggint or other person or
firm within th ! co pyrite limit af tho town
to sell within said limits :my prcporation
or compound under uny name form or di ?
vice, which may bu used us a bovorago,
which is intoxicating in its character, with
cut u written prescript ion from some repu
table physician, that the party desiring tn
purchase snmo needs it for medicinal pur
poses and any Druggist or other person or
firm violating this Ordinance shall bo pun
ished by a fine net exceeding On?! Hundred
Dollars or imprisonment not ex eec ii i ig
Done und ratified in Council this 35th
day of Match, A. D. 1904.
P. A. IIODC KS, MAYOR.
M. MCLAURIN, Clerk and Treasurer.
Makes A Clean Sweep.
There's nothing like doing a thing
thoroughly, QI all lite salves you ever
heard of, Ducklen's Arnica Suive is the
best. It sweeps away and cures Burns,
Sores. Bruises, Cuts, lloils, Ulcers, Skin
Eruptions and Piles, lt's only 2f?c, and
guaranteed to give satisfaction by. J. T;
JAPAN and RUSSIA
Are busy lighting on the oilier sitio
of the earth, but, we arc still busier
taking orders for International Ta.lor
Made .Suits If you want to buy op
to date clothing call on
STRAUSS & Co.
EhW~Seed Irish Potatoes tit VV.
McLENDON BEOS. PARLOR,
If n shave you want sn noac
T.iat your wifo will cull you sweet,
HcLsNOON linos ifl the pl;.03,
To beautify your ugly face.
Your hair tiimmod, even and rottud,
Nota fault can hs found,
Hy harbors expert and righi,
MPLRNDON BROD aro out of sight.
Competitors new, razors by,
And sloan towels they hang high,
MOLKNDON BROS, have caught tho trade,
Their reputation, already nude.
Tho lutes1; ..fail*,1' arc otaorvod,
Your bait and whiskers all preserved,
Our promises wo would have you test,
MOLKNIJON linos will do thc rest.
Tor.Horiul parlor at the hotel stand,
Polite arluito always on bjtnd,
No cigarettes, and sterilized tools,
Aie abHolnie'i/ ouo of tho rules.
Children served, and dressed H, neut,
Mothers think thoy aro really sw.ioi,
MCLRNDON HIJOS, want your trado,
*And hopo this fact plaii? ha'.h mid, 1.
Weh. i o'th loo.}.
Report of Couiitv Supervisor for Quarter Ending
March 31. ; 04
WARU .- ifl DRAWN ON ORDINARY FUND.
To whom Paid
Planters Kit I ILuil?
Harmon. Cow .
A G L Ry C .
H ?fe (j Ky O
SOLD Telopb ino Co.
Jan 15 Plantera Nat l Bank,
20 G I Sherrill,
Feb o ME Coward,
J H Thomas
\V L Stauto;
Accra Kenfrcc Cabii t Cu
C I Sherrill,
Milton McLi! Liriu,
P A McKe jar,
J F McLuca -,
Dr W J Croi iud
Buuk of Ma; I boro,
B and O Hy '
J B Green,
Mch 4 J D Hayes
Milton McLuuriu, ,
Strausa & C?
J B Green,
W L Stau to
M E Cowai .
J ll Thoma
C I Sherrill
J A Druke,
Marl ber J D
R H Jennii
Mch 18 E J Wood!
I M Haig.
V?J RH >
Feb 5 Luther Fie
J P Hotiget-,
J F Henne
J ll Thom
B F Whit.
T IJ Crosli
C D Kaplci
J A Ca lb ot
T L CroBli
C D Enste
T H Croslan
Aank ol' M :
B und C R
.1 F Kinne
W 1' Brei
C A Mo?
C A Brew
J T EasoD
Flora Rt cs
S OLD 1
T J, ('rod;
T F Girlis
Dr A c I-:
J D Moon
Dr. A S 'J
Dr. W J
Dr. J L J
Chai lea Oe
C A Brow
R A Peel
Dr. J F I
KO'! 1 fi
Claim. For what Paid
1 Trucks, Ac,
5 work on tho read
!> Freight and storage,
Freight ami Btorage,
Court IIouso phone reut
Note and interest,
N ON F. AND Ti. F UNI).
, 1 80
Tract ol" land 884 001
salary and wood GO 40]
salary, stamps and wood 28 051
salary ns Supt of Ed'u 53 92
Ofliee Cabinets. 28 05
salary ami wood, 23 90
Lunacy and wood 7 95
Ribbon for typewriter, 8 75
pauper account^*-" 2 00
lumber accouut 4 091
Lunacy account 5 00
corn for mules 102 161
freight on com, 35 85
Repairs for machino 5 35
conveying lun?tica. 14 15
pauper account 48 95
cooking, washing, paupers 7 00
lunacy and wood 12 14
lunacy account 5 00
conveying lun?tica 6(5 80
salary, stain ps, pens, 51 (50
salary as supervisor 58 33
salary and stamps 24 25
salary, stamps, wood 25 50
wood for court houso 6 85
printing uccount 9 80
Insurance account 140 DO
wood fur court houso 2 25
wood fur court house 2 25
Hani ware supplies 3D 20
\ Mi 1.1, FUND.
Road work 245 44
1 claying the ronda
2 Distributing wagons, etc, 284 50
3 putting tiling in ditehca ll 80
9 jury, witness ?md constables 01 85
15 repairing bridges, hauling 32 50
28 magistrate asalary 10 ('di
29 magistrate salary 10 00
78 magistrate salary 10 00
79 magistrate salary 16 66
80 magistrale salary 1(5 60
N ON DBFICIJONOY FUND.
constitute accounts -lu 00
oats for iHiijnH, 150 01
freiglit on oats 40 UC
work on publie road 2 50
nuleri il and work CO IS
post ni atom, lunacy, physician 'J:; ot)
ribbon for typewriter I 50
luuaey ace amt 5 ot)
bridle?, ele. I 75
l auner claim s 00
pauper claim ll no
lOx press accouut 2 40
pauper account Ill Ti)
cooking, walline for paupers 7 PO
lunacy an?! wood lo on
courl liou-e phone rent 2 00
magistrale account -I 10
work va publie rr: 1 0
refund commutation tux t 00
lunacy account 5 00
lumber uccount 5 'J )
lunacy ai count 10 00
lunacy account f> ot)
lunacy aceomit 5 00
constable aeeouut 12 50
pulper account 11 tiO
pauper account - 14 ()0
physician and lunacy 13 00
Ktntlnnirv amount 10 '.lil
Un ,i- bf Mn.
John F ft
E W Suii
J F Lewi;
H S (irai .
Rai ford G
W M Al
J S Mels
B A G raj
J P Hod,
C M Sm
J ll Met
?V Y Rot
c i? Hod
YA D WO?
J M Stai II
W M All
W M Lit
W L Kin
A (J L ll
P C IICJ
B F Slur
J H Wi
E .J Wo
I.by * Q
,I onn Sin
J R O'N
For salo by
Oon'tYou Love Kit
11 so, ami you w
pots of all sizes ii
them, call at the
:iii?l you can Ire Bili
?0gr Fresh Oat
or two roi' tifie al
120 book of mortgages - 1:200
121 lunacy account 5 0(1
40 feed for mules 40 0(1
?17 hauling and nulling in tiliug 40 50
48 refund commutation lax I 01
49 hauling and putting in tiling 21 GO
50 lumber and work 1 50
?"il tiling, nails and labor 1 50
52 repairing bridge. &C 2 50
53 blacksmith work 1 50
54 removing n cc I rom road 50
LS claying road 52 00
59 claviug public road 79 19
00 building bridge, cte, Ho 50
01 claybar iho roal 24 50
02 cljying public road 0 00
03 Iticding mules, &e., 7 50
04 claying publio roiid, 52 04
05 work un the public road 4 (?0
7t*> road work and lumber 22 20
77 bau'iug lerra collu lilin? 3 75
8| olayiug ibo public road 2051;
80 lumber and haulm: 3 00
95 freight on sewer pipe 19 27
VG clay for public road ll) 00
101 work on road 4 00
102 work cn publio road 7 25
105 work on thc road 2 75
10G refund commutation tax 1 on
107 wood for court house 2 25
110 work nu public road 21;: ss
11 1 Lumber account 45 13
122 Terra coila piping S3 OH
121 Work on public road, 3 25
125 refund commutation tax I 00
120 repairs fur (Jrater 2."? 00
125 work on road 1 00
12'.) repairing (1 ridge 150
Lit) furnishing lumber, Sie, 94 74
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N D cMU L-E^S. OM li>/ -
m NEWTON, Bennetfcsville, S. C
JLL DllUO CO., McColl, S. C.
Mrs. J110S. Mc
ot of Qeraniui
??"uros, Palios ami
voll rooted, lhat
tell Cuttings '?50
?tT2L?-*K I tmvo boujrhl Tho DENTAL
tfffSZSX Ul?'I;'lt)ll recently BOOUpiotl "uv
^U-LtlT Dr. w. T. Horndon, located
Ovor Isnacsohn'a Htoro. and will opon for
Portnanont 1J rnctico about May 5.
Du. J. L. (URSON.
March 31, 1904.
Thia command in ibo army means
business. Has the sanio vah?o to you
when we use it This week its "At*
tendon" to thc lae! that we are ?bow
ing Spring and Summer Dress Goods,
Notions and Novelties, at low prices
STRAUSS ?fe Co.
Superb S. O, White Leghorns.
GEORGE W. VANDERBILT STRAIN,
- THE ACKNOWEDGED ECG MACHINE. -
' Hare been tested at several Exp. Station.?, and have como otT victors. 1 will
guarantee 10 Chicks to sitting or duplicate orJer ut hall' price. Corn, Peas,
Wheat and Ryo taken in exchange. 1 will doliver at Hen nellyville on Salesdays,
when orders are rcceiyed 10 days in advance.
J. M. MOODY, McOoll, S. C
I Our IXTew Lime ?|
X -THE DIRECT WAY- $5]
|? l?TO^?'S? JET., 30"OTH I
)>>? EAST. "WEST.
ll BENNETTSVILLE & CHER AW fi. fi. |
g -AND- m
1 SE+lBOARI? I
?f Leave Bennettsville *7.00 a. m., 4 00 p.m. ||
I Arrive Cheraw *7.50 a. m., 6.00 p. m. gS
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
?5 * Direct connections at Chernw with through trains to |x
tho North, East, South and Weat. M
Thc short line and quickest tim? to Wilmington, Chnrlotlc, Atlanta, f><5
Raleigh, Richmond. Washington, Ballimore, Philadelphia, New York,
>S? Boston. Buffalo, Pittsburg and all points North and East: Sp?
j|? Thc thort linc un i quickest time to Columbia, Savannah, Jacksonville, &~
Vx Tampa, Montgomery, New Orleans and nil points South nnd West.
^5 Poi further information call on J. MEDLIN, agent Bennettsville &
Cheraw R. lt.. Bennettsville.S. C., or address JOS. W, STEWART
TP A., SEAno.vau Am LINE Uv., Colombia, S. C.
|| CHARLES F. STEWART, A. C.. I'. A., S.A L. Ry. Savannah, Ga. ||
Do You want A GRAIN DRILL ?
If so, Oet The Best.
Wc sold in this County last season ELEVEN of thc " Far
mer's Favorite G-rain Drills," and o very one ol
them gave ?orluct satisfaction. Wo guarantee them io jalease.
jin^A what s'.'nc ol'our customers have lo say :
MR. 1*. A. Uv. _ G ES,
I am very muck pleased with tin' '.Farmers Favorite Grain
Drill" bought of you last season. I havo pluutcd my erops of Oat?, Wheat, Pea*
. ml H?rnum Cune, and it has given me s ttl-faction. Win re 1 have boen puitins
Pour Bushels Oats wheu sowed with hand, I find Two and a Hall" Bushels is suffi
Piont when sowed with Drill. Slgucd .1. b\ BREEDEN.
This is to ecrtify that we pluuted our rron of small erain willi ibo "Farn>er'>
Favorite Grain Drill" last reason and t:r<> nleasccl with if in every particular. We
planted as niuo.h as six bushels Red Rust Proof Oats per aere, and in ever? instance
it pave us a perfect stand, and has given untiro ualisfaction. We heartily reconi
icnd it. Signed T, S. and E. W. EVANS.
MR I?. A, HODGES
Tho "Fariner'H Favorite Grain Drill" bought'ofyou ha
?iven entire satisfaction, and I heartily recommend it.
Signed J. Ci HAMER.
See us if you Expect
to Buy a DRILL,,
Sept io, HJO:L
J. T. DOUOLAS. A. C. DOUGLAS
.T. OOII0L?S k ilOTHER,
Practical Pharmacists and Dealers in
ire ^rngs and Ipat?iil ^cdicincSj
Plain and Fancy Stationery and School Supplies,
Paints, Oils, Yarn?slt* Bruslies,
G-LASS and PUTTY.
<^_FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO.^
war Prescriptions carefully compounded at ail kours
and guaranteed tu be of ?he Purest Draga and at
A full line ??arden Seed & Onion Sets.
Thankful for past liberal patronage we solicit a continuanceof shine
J. T. DOUGLAS & URO.
January 1, 1002. AT THE Ot.? STAND,
OUR BICYCLES havo boco limed
nnd everybody who rides them says they
are ahead of tito agc.
They ought to bo. They oro mnnafao
turcd in thu latest, most Ecicotifio and
I durable stylo.
They are light in weight, easy tunuing
and tho prices any way dowe.
You only want the host and those are
tho only "kind of wheels week.
If your bicycle is weak, nm down, or
needs attention bring it to our repair de
partment whore old limers arc mado good
S J. PEARSON,.
Next door to Posloffice.
TuiiiD Doon FiioM ADAMS HOUBB.
THE best workmanship.
Bay Rum an,i Tonic Treatment
Tools the best and sharpest.
Polite attention always assured
Three Artists in constant at endance
LADIF.S WORK, a Specialty !
Once a customer, aiways a customer
HATCHER & MUDD,
WE STILL FEED
WHEN in town and you want a good
meal, remember wc eau Fervo you,
A good mcai for 25c. Rcntt?urant
north of thc Market.
FRESH OYSTERS in cvory style.
D. J. BRAY BOY
Bennettsvilie & Giieraw Railroad
Commencing Moe lay Nov. 9, 1003,
and until furl ber notie-3; trains between
Ch craw and Bobnottsville will he operated
on the following fhedule, daily except
WEST BOUND PROM BE N -V KTTS VI IX E
Leave BenncttsvUlo 0 .-15 a m
Leave Everett's 7 25 a m
Leave Kollouk-s 7 40 a 111
Arrive Chcraw 7 50 a m
Leave Hornett s.vuTo 4 Ob p m
Leave Everett's 5 30 p m
Leave Kulloek's 5 50 p m
Arrive. Chcraw G 00 p m
EAST BOUND FROM CHEUAW.
_. - . . . .. X
8 10 a m
s -j i a m
I ?bave Chcraw .
Ara" v. f* v. ..; t.'.r... : ?r-in?r^
HAIN .. .-av > CW.faw ' 2-> p m
:. ave ly.illc%? .? '.'i 30 p m
" Arrive Be'nncKsville 10 20 p m
A. G. PAGE, SUIT.
Cheraw, Nov. 7, 1903.
THE GREAT 30tb ?lay.
Produces thc above results in 3?* 'MVS. It acts
powerfully and quickly. Cures wrfen all others
fail. Young men and old men will recover theit
youthful vigor by using REVlV.<?f~iTqTifi??^
and surely restores from effect^; 0f self-abuse or
excess and indiscretions Li^st.Manhood, Lost
Vitality, Impotency, Nightly Emissions, Lost
Power of either sex, Failwbg Memory, Wasting
Diseases, Insomnia, Nervousness, which unfits
I one tor study, business ^or marriage. It not only
I cures by starting at thc! seat of disease, but is a
Great Nerve Tuntfc and Blood-Builder
and restores both vj/ality and strength to tho
muscular and nervA-ir. system, bringing back
the pink glow to p?)_- checks and restoring the
Ure ol youth. It Wards off Insanity and Con
sumption. AcceptVio substitute. Insistonhav
ing REVIVO, no oJivr. It can he carried in vest
pocket. By mail.tii.oo pct package, in plain
wrapper, or six iori S5.00, with a positivo writ
ten Eunrutitee to fcurc <:r refund thc money ia
every package. S'or Ireo circular address
b'or sale in> Hennettsvillc by
J. V. DOUGLAS & BRO.
Nothing bas ever equalled it.
Nothing can ever surpass it.
8?S"* nn- 50c 4 $1.00
A Perfect For All Throat and
Cure: Lung Troubles.
??SI foar nioiUbsJPi HOM i?y ntl new*<J?>lorj.
?flUNN &Co.?,Broa,l vay'New York
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