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8. ?. BROWN - - - Editor
Fridav. April 22,'1904.
COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS*.
A rn 11. TE HM.
V?ourt convened on Monday nt 10
o'clock, His Uonor, Judge Watts,
presiding Tho Grand Jury organi
zed with tMr. John L Breeden ns
foreman. Solicitor Johnson after con
siderable worry with tardy witnesses
had a number of bills ready which,
after a short charge, His Houor turn
ed over to tho Graud Jury, and the
business ol the term began The fol
lowing cases have been disposed of to
this Thursday noon.
Tho Stato vs Cuffie Nesbit for tho
kiiling'of Archie Rogers last October,
on Mr. George Billiard's place. He
was ably dofonded by Mesara Dudley
& Wait It was a enso of gross careless
ness and thc jury found him guilty of
uinnslnughter, and His Honor gave
liim a five years sentence.
Stute vs Alex li Perkins, violating
Emigration Luw-Bellied upon pay
ment of $25.
Stale vd Clarence Cork, disturbing
religious meeting-soul back to Magia
trate for trial.
State vs Henry -lotus alias Henry
(lalo, larceny, plead guilty and sen
limped io 12 mouths.
State vs Randolph Miller, house?
breaking anti larceny-plead guilty
and sentenced to LS months.
Stale vs Robert Rogers and John
Pctorkin, violating Dispensary law
Belling liquor in lower Hebron. Guilty
ns h> Rogers Sentenced lo pay a linc
of3I2? or 1 months on chain gang
State vs Robert Rogers, yiolalin}>
Dispensary I ?w-selling liquor in
BjowiiKville-guilty. Sentence 8100
or 1 months on clmingang.
Tho Grand jury completed theil
work on Tuesday and were discharged
Tho report will appear next week.
As wo go lo press this Thura lay
noon the court id ?ngngol hi I ho trial
of Green Franklin for tho killing ol
one Juek Wambly st Mandeville
Messrs Dudley & Wait are tining theil
heil for him and the ease will likely
consume two or more days
Hid Honor exhibits wonderful
patient indulgence wlii'c holding :
Ima hand for justice.
Solicitor Johnson is keeping up 1?i*
record aa a "coil burner," and woe t<
t im who sins ami expects to escape il
PEN AND SCISSORGRAPHS
Snow storms prevailed in wes
I irn Now York :ind miip>
Floral- Mjssih>sipj)i ii vi?
i rr-toi '.
Tho Tar koa arc -HhuigMenug
.... Armeuiaus und the powert
. rc too busy to nolice it.
A lire in Toronto, Ont., on tlie
?Otb destroyed * 12,OOO,Of >0
. orth ol' property.
The morning passenger train
. vom Florence to Sumter lins
been taken oil'.
Marion has organized a com
pany to manufacture Baking
P?wder. Thai's what we need
Thc Gunboat Nashville and
torpedo boat do troy er Lawrence
will represent the navy at the St.
A colored man caught passing
counterfeiting money, swallowed
tho proof, a naper hill, but an ctn
elie was given aud tho hill came
forth. This happened in Colum
lt is too Lad thal Senator Till
man's health is snell that lie
will haye io return home for
furl her rest ll will bea sore
disappointment lo him if prc
vented from Inking any pari in
the fouling presidential cam
A palenl medicine advertise
ment is hen dei I: "A dead man
brought to life." Weare pre
pared lo believe thai il was An
anias, ami I hal lin- Republicans
had liim brough i lo so lie could
write (lie stories it bou! the great
enthusiasm over liosevell asl he
Republican candidate.- Wil
'Twas Longfellow who said
''Truth Crushed lo earth will
rise again." However, tlnj Far
Eastern war correspondents
have got truth crushed si? Hal it
could not be recognized if il
should rise amidst the tangle ol'
confliction yarns which are
wound oil'the cable every nu.m
lng.--Wilmington Star. '
Dots Prom ICaslorling's Jilli.
Mr. Albeit Bundy .?pent Sunday
with Ids father.
Mr. Joe Cn ht lum, who lives near
Olio came up ?md spool Sunday at the
home of >Mr. J. .1. Bundy.
Wo are glad lo report that Mrs
Nora Seals who has beni very sick ia
able to be mil again.
Our furmcrs are about done plant
ing nial nil weic glad lo have the
rain come 8') nice.
From the way a certain young man
has been hauling furniture home I
think he ?alenda to lake his neigh
bor's oldest (laughter.
On account nf thc weather Sunday
afternoon I missed seein?' hy best
It has been rory cool, but coin ?a i
looking well. Tm: Hus'ri.i-ai.
Do Not Be Selfish.
Judge J. H Hudson in address
ing tho men's Club of the Presby
terian church ut Bennettsville on
the 23rd, among other things said:
"We cannot too zealously culti
vate tho social sido of humanity.
Wo need a waking up in our so
cial relations. Our homes are ut
most the homes of hermits. We do
not visit and ^mingle with each
other as wo should."
It is a lamentable fact that we
all are getting too selfish, we do not
think about and strive for each
others pleasure and happiness as
much as we ought to. The first
thing we want to know, when ask
ed to take part in any undertaking
is will it pay us. We are not apt
to think of thc pleasure that others
may derive from it at all. When
a man lives this life alone for self,
! at the end it will be a miserable
[failure. No one should bo content!
to live so that thc world will be no
better by his having lived in it."
Dr- McIntyre Promoted
The L' Anse, Mich. Sentenial
has the following to say con
cerning the promotion of Dr.
Douglas McIntyre, son of Col
ll. C. McIntyre of Bennettsville:
"Last Sunday Dr. Douglas
McIntyre received notice from
Department of the Interior of
his transfer to Colville, Wash.,
where he will act as physician
and sauitary inspector of the
government school at that place.
Dr. McIntyre has been in U Anse
just a year, and during that
time he has won the confidence
and respect of all who have
come in contact with him, and
his promotion shows that he
hus also won the esteem of his
superiors in the conduct of the
i a lia i rs of the agency. Dr. Mc
Intyre will leave for Washing
ton about the first of April, and
while the community will regret
to lose him as a citizen, all join
in wishing him success in his
now field of labor.
Working: His Brain.
"Remember, gentlemen," said
tlie enterprising fakir, with the
. powder-burnt lace, "I warrant
euell and every bottle of this mag
ic remedy to be thc famous cough
cure used by Senator Benjamin ft.
Tillman, ol South Carolina, a sta
tesman who may have hi? peculiar
ways, gentleman, some of which
we may not Like, but a man who,
with all his faults, ?B a good judge
ol cough medicine. Nobody who
knows the Hon. Benjamin li. Till
. .. *..'..!'?> 'O' ?lui Oj tormerly
rior,buthdw (.?nited States
LN'S utiUir from that, proud o?d Oom
recognize IA reliable and certain
? ughmixt ire when he seo-3 it,.,
i and 1 warraut each and every bot
tle I soil to be the identical cousjh
mixture ueed by this remarkable
man. Cure your cough, gentle
nun, with the celebrated Tillman
reined)'. Only 25 cents a bottle
and each bottle holds a quart."
Every mau iu the crowd bought
Half of them had coughs, and
tho other half thoug it the Stull'
was whiskey.-Washington Post.
Thc Guards Inspected.
The inspection and reception of
the Bennettsville Guards into the
Slate Militia caine oil' last Friday
afternoon, 8th, at 4.30 o'clock.
Col. Henry T. Thompson of Col
umbia ariing for Gen Frost and
Capt Alfred M. Hunter of the U.
S. A., arri veil on the noon train
from Cheraw and were met at thc
depot by Capt Dan Pate, of the
Guards, and escorted to the Hotel
Promptly at 4.30 o'clock -17 of
the ?? members of thc company
were in lino on the north side of
the public square where the inspec
tion look place. Thc company
dressed in their handsome tan suits
ot* the ll. S. A., presented a fine ap
pearance. Tho inspection was con
dueled by Col. Thompson and the
reception by Captain Hunter. The
company stood the test admirably,
being only a lew weeks old, and
won the hearty admiration of the
inspect ?og officers.
Tho occasion called forth a hearty
response on the part of the people
?f our town-merchants, ladies,
?hildren ami all turned out to honor
he boys. The only thing lacking
low is a life anil druin.
?3ir 200 l'air Boys Knee
'ants 20c to ?;">.
:it C. B. Crosland's
Solicitor Johnson fuliy sustained
lis repu tn tion as a "c.ml burner" dur
ag tills tenn ol'cour . Mr. Johnsons
nnU as a Solicitor, illustrates the fact
?int an enemy made by the faithlul
iachargoofa duty does not remaii
ne long. Most people have common
Luise, and sooner or hiter they will un
ere tit nd, and appreciate an office?
a: m st und honest efforts in tho dis
hargc ol'duty, though those efforts be
lainly against them at thc time.
Jule Combs who shot and killed
lihou Quick near the State line
elow Hamlet hist Christmas, has
cen apprehended and arrested and
now in jail in Rockingham.
HO Serge Coats and Vests
i Longs, Stouts, and Regulars?
al the O. B. Crosland Co.
The Demooratic Nominees.
It ie claimed bj the Hearst
men that Grover Cleveland is at
the back of Parker and that to
nominate Parker means a vic
tory for Cleveland. On the other
band, the Parker people claim
that the election of Hearst means
a victory for Billy 13ayan and
so it goes.
Well, If there is a desire to
win, and Cleveland bo the only
man to beat Rosevelt. It would
seem wise to nominate Cleve
THE NEW STRAW HATS
Eur men, boys, aud children are here.
The kind where you pay fur value,
and not for name.
i STRAUSS & Co.
Look around you and see if it is
not a fact that tho farmers who raise
their bread and meat at hame have
the best credit and the most cash
money after all debts are paid than
do those who grow all cotton.
jgir* See our late things in
Ladies Neck Wear, at
C B. Crosland's
An Irishman waa called upou
to give evidence in a shooting
.'Did you Ree the shot fired?"
asked the magistrate.
"No, sir, but I herd it," replied
"That is not satisfactory. Step
As the Irishman turned to go
he laughed and was rebuked by
the magistrate, who told him il
waa couiempt of court.
"Did you see mc laugh?"
"No but I heard you."
"That is not srtisfactory."
And then the court laughed.
-New Line Embroideries and
Lnpps at the
C. B. Crosland Co.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENT '.
We sell musical ?mt umenta ol
every description, make a sp cia ?ty
of pianos aud (irgmiR If thinking ot
making a purchase, it will pay you to
getour prieesand terms. We exchange
for old instruments.
Strauss & Co
A little boy who lives in West
Philadelphia went up to his
mother recently and said: "Ma,
li iiii't I been real good since I
began going to Sunday ?school?"
"Yes, my dear," answered
"And yon trust me now, "on't
?l'IU'""" ennlru mi tl)? . li ?tip
fellow, 'what uiakos,yoitfkoep
I t\i? pie locked up iii tb,? .; t
'. 1 >?ia.? (I ; !.<- illili: its (..;.. ?. ? ... ;
j ?Sjp. ?O'.i two jite? tfl?nnei?
Suits ior wents ?.Boye, at tho
! C. B.-.XJrosland Co
? -.-r^-*. --? ?->
Josh Billings on Murringo.
By awl means, Joe, get married, if
you hev a lair ?how. Don't staud shiv
ering on the bank, but pitch rite in
and stick your head under and shiver
it out. Thar ain't any more trick
in getting married than thar is in
eating peanuts. Many a limn has
stood shivering on thc shore until
the river has run clean out. Don't
expect to marry an angle--they
have been picked up long ago, Re
member, Joe, you hain't tl saint
youlself. Do not marry for beauty
exclusively; beauty is like ice, aw
fully slippery and thaws dreadfully
easy. Don't marry for luv, neither;
luv is like cooking stove, good for
nothing when the fuel is ont. But
let the mixture bo some beauty, be
comingly dressed with about $250
in her pocket, a gut! speller, handy
and neat in her house, plenty of
good sense, tough constitution and
by-laws, small feet, a high step; add
to this sound teeth and a warm
lieart. The mixture will not evapor
ate. Don't marry for pedigree, un
less its backed by Banknotes. A
aniily with nothing hut pedigree
generally hicks sense.- Exchange.
- - Up to-date line of Ladies
shirt Waist Suits at tho
C. B. Crosland Co.
Scientists aro now trying to find
>ut how to recognize n female
nusquito from a male. We sup
)oae tho only way to got nt it is
o believe that the female is tho
mo that gets mashed on a man's
ace. - Wilmington Star.
?EWEST SPRING DRESS GOODS
Trooping out of cases from their
:>re?g i notes. Richest weaves aid
ivohest patterns of the old world,
'he wonder is how can cutt m and
ilk be so cum ing y wove. So daintily
yed, and so modest pi iced. A wil
eruess of novel ellocts awaits you.
'least:rc io ?how you goods.
STRAUSS it (Jo.
LHtorn addressed to tho following named
iraona remain uncalled for at thu pout
Doe in BonnottHvillo :
J. H. LeGrand, E ll Little, John
ethea, Lawrence McKinnon, G Lt.
cNeil, George McNeil.
Mis Sol lion.?rix.
Sometimes you save money by keop
g it. And sara 3 ti m s you can *:ive,
'spending it. There aro hundreds
instances in o ir store whero you
n eave in bu yin j.
Strauss & Co.
- ? -.- . :-.
PEOPLE WILL TALK.
A SHOUT I.ECrUM? OK QOSSIl'
You may got through tho w?fld, hut
'twill ho very slow
il'you listen (o all that is said ai you ro,
You'll bo worried nod (round, uni kvj.'
iu o stow.
For mcdill 'sumo tongues m'ut have porno
thing io do
And people will talk.
lu quiot aud modest, you'lL havo it pre
That your hutnblo position is ouly
You're a wolf in sheep'rf clothing, or
> che you're a fool;
But don't got excited-keep perftwlly
For people will talk.
And thcu if you shosv tho leant boldness
Or a slight inclination t? take yctii t;vfn
They will oall you an up tart, oonoo be d
But keep blraight ahead, don't ste ; -u
' For pcoplo will talk.
If threadbare your dres3, and old fueli
ioncd your hat.
Somebody will turely laka notice ul
And hi.il rathor strong that you can' ;
But don^t . got excited, whatever \\
For people will talk.
If your dross is in fashion, don't I hie
For they critibho then in a difieren
You're ahead of your means, or you
But mind your own business, th ..
naught to be made
For people will talk.
Now the.best way to do is to do a
For your mind, if you have ono, will thfei
be aj ease,
Of course you will 111 ?et with all '
But don't thick to stop them-it',
For people will talk,
Governor Iley'ward has bec*
asked to use his influence will
the Governor of Kentucky foi th?
pardon of Caleb Powers now uti
der sentence of death.
From 0?8E to O? :
Drv Cows or Yearling
HIGHEST PRICES PAID.
C. S. McCALl
April 1>1, 1 HOI
MENS CLO HIING.
We teach the lay mind the r
etico between amatuerish T?ili
and the work that is'rightfully
r i tied io bo called "custom" titile-1
We illustrate it iu every suit we i
A perfect fit is guaranteed. Fo.
. lr tii Vthin?r ' (Cal! rip
j STUAUVS. M *
r/tr?.-"^'" K % '- ,vec|'--v*.t>;-.tiv??-"
T?ic5r?*s riotmng 1 (:>- d'u?ijj ii
th'b'ro?gh'ly, Q? all Un? salves y . .
-...< Ci .ja.'.. Arvica oak
best. It sweeps away arid cure:
Sores.; Bruises, Cuts, Boils, "Cl?e
Irruptions ?nd Piles, lt's only 2 c.
guaranteed to give satislaction 1
A Thoughtful Man.
M. M. Austin ol Winchester
knew what to do in the hour
His Wi'e had such an unusual
stomache and liver trouhle. ph
could not li el p her Me thought
tried Dr. Kings New Lite Bills ;
U?t teliel at once and was Itnall
Only 25c, at Douglas, Drug Sto
3 . ' Seed Irish Potntooi
Make Your Hens Lay.
Call on Douglas Jennings
b. el'scrap, beef meal, groun
and clover tneaL-- . Your hens
when tliey leed'-'"on these ej
Oon'tYou Love Flowers?
Il so, and you want som
pots of all sizes in which
Lhem, call at thc Hardwar
md you can be suited.
Fresh Oat Meal 01
>r two for 25o at
Flowers ! Flowers
Mrs. Jno S. Moore lias
ot tif Gera ninnis, Be
^erns, Palms and other
veli rooted, that she des
?ell Cuttings 2.^0 per doz
FOR SALdE 2
A Hu yele for a lady or
?olor Black or Blue with
vhcels and rubber tires.
S. J. Peal
fJTAVINC seemed the servi
good minn, I om pr?par?e
own and pull up pumps. Sat
uarantccd. Orders left ut cit Ix
are store will he promptly at ten
melt 12. 1003. P. C Fm
itation For Letters of Atlminli
TATE OF SOUTH CARO .
COUNTY OF MARLBORO
y MILTON Mel.A?IIIN, JUURO
IIEREAS JamOS A. Drako,
Court has made suit to mc
oto him Letters ol Administrado
,ta(e and effects of J. J. Bonnet!
Thoso aro therefore to (tito and
id all and si np ular the kindred ai
irs ol' thc said J. .J. Bennert, th
at I hey lu and appear before m ?ti I
uni ot' Probate to he hold ut IM
Ileon the loth day of .May, I0(
ior publication hereof, at ll o'c
o forenoon, to show causo, if ai
vc. why 1I10 said administration
t he mauled.
Given mulei my hand, this 1st
n il Anno Domini, I'.ie l.
MILTON MCLAURI .
April 7, 1904. Judge of Tn
Thia Presidenta of the various Demo
ralic Gibbs of Marlboro County are
hereby requested to e di together their
respectivo clubs at their usual place
of meeting, on Saturday April 23.
1904 riexi, at such hour of the day
that ihiV may dooid? best, for the pur
pose of i -iorgniiizing the clubs for the
coeniug election, also tn elect ono mem
ber of tho county oxeeutivo comniittee,
a! d to elect "delegates to the County
'. M. ? ion to meet in Beuuettsvillo,
S. i '.. May 2nd, 1904 at ll o'clock a
ni. Tho representation to be ope dele
gate fi J etch twenty-five rberubtra
ur a majority fraction thereof.
The representation to he on the
. - ' i the club rolls.
j A. county convention . is hereby'
call d to meet in the Court House in!
; Bonni ti- piliV, S. C., on Monday May
2 r] 1904, at ll o'clock a. m., for the
i ur j of electing a county Chair
man, a member ot tho State Execu
tive Committee-and eight delegates to j
tho Shitt) Convention to bo hold in
Gu u ubi ?i, S. C., on May 18. h, 1904,
tit 12 o 'nek noon, and for Buch ot'i.er
bu? as may cuno before it.
SJ\ order of Executive Committee.
C S. MCCALL,
.' . ' 1904 County Cltairraan.
DtMOORATIC CLUB MEETING.
. . ience to order ot the County
.'..ive Committee, the-.Bennetts
brill ?ocratic Club is hereby called
. : embie in thc Court House at 4 o'?
:k on aatunUy afternoon April 23rd,
i .1. i he purpose ot the meeting svill
it to ? . irganize the ciub, by ihe ?lection
; tor the ensuing two years, lo
ember ol the County Executive
Ci : '-? a ul send delegates to a
> Jonvention to bc held on the 2d
May, 1904, and to transact such
?ness as may bc brought belore
T. I. ROGKltS. President
C D. lOasterltng. Sec'y.
' I line of ll J. Heinze Co.
ich Pr?serves, Ketchups, Sau?
; el :ies &c. at
W. M. Rowe's.
iy atinonaco myself nu a candidate
of S-. 1 IF of Marlboro County
nilli; Primary E'coiion. 1 pledge
1 aludo by tho result of paid Pri
ilion and to eupport the nominccc
ol till Harrie
h iyo.t. J. E IlOGEItS.
by anununco mya?lf a candidate
Hen of Sheriff of Marlboro county
o ibo ucl ion of tl-.c Democratic
lind pli-dgo nij'Hflf to abide tl c
.reef ui.d to support the nominees
. JAB P. MCGILVKAY
r County Supervisor.
y nniiounc? myself a candidato
Ilea of County Supervisor, auhi iel
i soy uuuouuc? myselt nd a candidate
tho offico of County Superviaor,
; to thc action of tho Democratic
?Jw yy. ....
2.S, 1904 J J. TAUT.
For County Treasui er.
rchy anoaheo myself a candidate
election to the offico of County
rer-Subject to tho rules governing
J. II. THOMAS.
J. W. WIMGATE,
xiUAi'ii Fit AN i) TYPEWRITER
BENNBTTBVIJJIIE, B. C.
dal attention given to copying.
?faction guaranteed or no charge,
w rr 11
.end & Hamer.
t Phone No. 1 -,5
dinance to Preve.it the Sale by
used Druggists or any other per
or firms of any preparation or
pound, which may be used as a
erage and which is intoxicating in
character, without a written pre
ption ol a Physician.
! it ordained by the Mayor and Aldo!?
f tho town of Bonuetlnvillo in Conn
.t hereafter it aimil be unlawful! for
:cnse Druggist or other person or
ithin th . co p inte limit of tho town
within said limits any prnporation
.pound under nny nntne form or di
bien may bo unod na a beverage,
is intoxicating in ita character, with
.vritlcu prescription from tome repa?
ibynicinu, that tho party doHiring to
HO same needs it for medicinal pur
.nd any D.'uggist or other ponton or
(hiting this Ordinance db al I be pun
ty a lino m t exceeding One Hundred
o imprisonment not oxcac-d?ug
0 and ratified ?11 Council thia 25th
Mn;eh, A 1). 1904.
P. A. HODGHS, MAYOR
LAURIN, Clerk and Treasurer.
.?si, Sinned or Stolen !
A Bay mate Mule and an Iron
grey boise Mule got out ol my
lot Sunday night. Five Dollars
I will be paid lor their recovery.
bar, 8. (J. JIM SMITH.
ICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
KiState ol Rachel Welch.
INC this day filed in theprobate
idgft's office Marlboro county our
,eturn as Executois ol the Estate
:hel Welch notice d hereby given
; will apply to sai l.ourt on the
ay ot May 1904. lor a final dis
as Executors aforesaid
I '04. Qualified Executors.
Hy oeeupinil by
lacaohn'a Storo, and will opanTor
ont l'ractloo about May 5.
. w I liavo bought Til
t Ol-'KIUE recently
f j),-, w. T. Jlorm
Du. J. lt, GIBSON.
Superb S. C. White Leghorns,
GEORGE W. VANDERBILT STRAIN.
- THE ACKNOWEDGED EGG MACHINE -
Have been tested ot several Exp. Stations, and have como off victors. ' 1 will
miaran tee 10 Chicks lo sitting or duplicate order at half price. Corn, Peas,
Whent and Ryo taken in exchange. 1 will deliver at Bonnottsvillo on Salosdays,
when orders aro received 10 days in advance.
J. M. MOODY, McOoll, S. C
Our ZKT<?"W Line
--THE DI I?EUT WAY
BENNETTSVILLE & CH ER AW B. B.
AIR LINE RAILWAY.
Leave Bennettsville *7 00 a. m., "4 00 p. m.
Arrive Cheraw *7.50 a. m., 6.00 p. m.
DAILY EXCEPT EUNDAY.
* Direct connections at Cheraw with through traiua to
the North, East, South and West.
The short line and quickest time to Wilimnpton, Charlotte, Atlanta,
Raleigh, Richmond Wu.-hinRton. Ballimore, Philadelphia, New York,
Boston. Buffalo, Pittsburg and all points North and East.
The t-hort linc an I quickest time to Columbia, Savannah, Jacksonville,
Tampa. Montgomery, New Orleans and all points South and West.
Foi further information call on J. T MEDLIN, agent Bennettsville &
Cheraw R. R . Bennettsville.S. G , or address JOS. W, STEWART
T P A., SEAUOARD AIR LINE Rv., Columbia, S. C
CHARLES F. STEWART, A. G. 1'. A., S.A L. Ry, Savannah, Ga.
wT * ~-~
Do You want ? GRAIN BRILL?
If so, ?et The Best.
Wo sold in this Cornily las! seiison ELEVEN or tho "Far
mer's Favorite G-rain Drills." anti every one ol
them gave "?erlbct satisfaction. Wo guarantee them [oplease.
I?o?ri \yhnt st.'Me of our customers havo lo su v :
MR. P. A. Uv, L.G ES,
[ nm very much pleased with the '.Farmer* Favorite Grain
Drill" bought uf you last season, I huv- planted my ?ropa of Oatt?, Wheat, Peas
and Sorguin Cane, and it lias si von mo pu'Nfnciion. Whero I have benn puitine
Four Buh?is Oats when sowed willi han J. I find Two and a Hali Bushel* nilli
jcicot when sowed with Drill. " Signed J. I?. BREEDEN,
This is to certify lint we planted our crop of small ?rain willi the ' Farmer'
Favorite Grain Drill" last season and ar." n1ea?cil with it in every particular' W?
planted mi much as six bushels Red Rust Proof Oats per acre, nm! in cverA" instand
ii cave us u perfect stand, and has Riven cutir? satisfaction. Wo hear'?v recoin
mend it. Signed T, S. and E. W. EV ANS.
MR P. A. HODGES
The "Farmer's Favorite Grain Drill'' bought of you lit? -
given entire satisfaction, and I heartily recommend it.
J. C. HAMER.
See us if you Expect
to Buy a DRILL,
So pt 10, 1903.
T. T. DOUGLAS.
A. C. DOUGLAS
Ji Ti DOO OL*
Practical Pharmacists and Dealers iii
m flings and Igelit j^iulicincs,
mm and Fancy Stationery and Schoo! Supplies,
Paints, Oils, YarMs?i, Ifcns?tes,
G-LASS and PUTTY.
<^.FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO. ^>
Prescript Lon s caref ully compounded at all h ours
and guaranteed to be of Hie I'wrest Drugs and at
\ full line ?arden Seed & Onion Sets.
Thankful for past liberal -patronage wc solicit a cor, tinuanceof same.
January 1, 1902.
lil J il fi
AT THE OLD STANS.
OUR BICYCLES havo b?L-u uiiied
ind everybody who rides tlietn says thoy
iro ahead of tho ago.
They ought lo bo. They aro manufac
tured in thc lalost, most Ecientifio and
They aro light in weight, easy tunning
ind the prices aro way down.
You only want ibo best and those aro
tho only kind of wheels week.
If your bieyclo is weak, run down, or
needs attention bria? it to our repair de
partment whore old limers are mudo good
S. J. PEABSON, .
^ Next door to postoffice.
Tumo Doon FROM AD VMS HOUSE.
THE best workmanship.
Bay Rum and Tonic Treatment
Tools the best and sharpest.
Polite attention always assured
Three Artists in constant at endance
LADIKS Wor.K a Specialty!
Once a custom', r. always a customer
HATCHER & ?iTJDD,
WE STILL FEED
WHEN in town and you want a good
meal, remember WP can . rcrve you.
A good meat for 25c. Restaurant
north of tho Market'.
FRESH. OYSTERS in cy?ry stjlo.
Bennettsville & Chsraw Railroad
'??gM?&?E?&l ll l>r^^
&a?5?!??2&2&3& SE! g se_
Commencing Monday Nov. '.?, 1C03,
and until fun her ii?Mjja, trains between
Cherawand Bennejtsvi lo?wtll be operated
on the following r 'nonie, daily except
WEST BOUND FROM BE N N ETTS VI LLB
Leave Kyjjrt lt's
Leave Koih i k'>
A rt ive Chora w
<> -ir? u m
7 25 a m
7 40 a m
7 50 a m
4 00 p nr
5 30 p rn
5 50 p m
6 oo p m
EAST BOUND FROM CIIERAW.
IN Leave Uheraw 8 10 a. .ip
5 L?avo K i'.l?gk?; S 20 n ?i
rt.ir.tve Bein .. [avilie 0 00 ? m
TRAIN L- .v. ?.".< ? w ti 2?) p vex
:>? L-KidlooVs 0 30 p m
Lc?vo ii.uidi y 60 P m
Arrive Bennctlsvil'e IO 20 p ill
A. G. PAGE, SUPT.
Chcraw, Nov. 7, 1903.
IGtbDay.^ll^^ of Me.
Produces thc above results in jo DAYSg It acta
powerfully and quickly. Cures when 411 others
fail. Young men and old men will rcc?Vct theil'
youthful vigor by using RUV1VO. lt quickly
and surely restores from effects of sellf-abuse or
excess and indiscretions Lost Manhood, Lost
Vitality, Impotency, Nightly Emissions, Lost
Power of cither sex, Failing Memory, Wasting
Diseases, Insomnia, Nervousness, whith unfit3
one lor study, business or marriage. ;lt not only
cures by starting at the scat of disease, but ls a
Great Nerve Tonic and Bloc/d.Ruilder
and restores botli vitality and strength to tho
muscular and nervous system,/bringing back
the pink glow to pule checks ajhd restoring tho
lira of youth. It wards olTIn?un|(y ant? Con
sumption. Accept no substitute. Insistonhav
ing REVIVO, no other. It can A^c carried in vest
pocket. By mail, Si.oo per Jpackagc, in piala
wrapper, or six for $5.00, wini a positive writ?
ten guarantee to euro or ref&md the money in
every package. For lrce circular address
RoyaS Medicine Co;p^??xg^Sb
For sale In Bcnnettsx-ille by
J. T. DOUGLAS & BRO.
Nothing has/ever equalled it.
Nothing ca(u ever surpass it.
t0r??#,ft?,fm,a soc a $".00
A Perfect For All Throat and
Cure : Lung Troubles.
Monoy back If It fails. Trial Bottle? free.
Anyoneson.llnB ftftHett? ?nd <??OffliiS
...?i.'wiir narcrtiiin our ?.i>lutoii Ooo wliruier un
Umw?lrl'-lly!-...?mmtU 1 i;;'^.. ont"
??ut fire tildi- 1 :,.:isii'V for vcciirin^i l'iuoum.
i-\u n\>\ t'.1!. n ,l,r.ji.ilLMni.ni&Co. receive
A ?iAn.VBr.mrIr llhiRtrntflrt weokljr. LMMgtifik
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