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?. A. BROWN - - _ Editoi
Friday. May 27,1904.
One year.[ . l.oo
Three months.. .25
MARLBORO HIGH SCHOOL
Tho clciinir exercises of ihn Miirlhoro
High Sohnol at Tulum will embrace Muy
27ih to .?1st inclusive :
27th, Musicale 8.30 p ni
28lh, Literary Soointv, 3.30 |> m., and
add re M by Col Knox LivingstOU
29i h, Sermon by ltev P. F. Kilgo, of
30th, School Concert, 8.30 p. m.
:>lf?t. Anuual Picnic and address by
Hon II Ii Scarborough.
OUR GRADED SCHOOL
The commencement of 1904 ho
gan Sunday with a sermon by Kev.
Henry Covington ol'Sumter, at thc
Methodist church, which was a
gem, and thc church won hi n't hold
thc crowd that turned out lo hear
Thc concert Tor Monilay night
was well gotten up and would have
been a grand success, und heartily
enjoyed by everybody, but for tho
introduction ol'a new feature-one
unknown in the history of our town,
totally uncalled for, entirely un
necessary, ami wicked in its con
ception-issuing reserved or rather
preferred tickets, while the patrons
of the school and tax supporters of
the school had to stand up or leave.
No wonder it provoked contempt
and disgust for thc Supt. of thc
school ami caused a case before thc
Mayor. Thc comments ran high
A matter of general regret.
The graduating exorcises Tues
day evening passed off pleasantly.
Hon.. C P. Townsend made the
address. There were only four grad
uates-four bright youth-Masters
Dudley Harra], Mareen Jackson,
Henry Bouchier and K istler Breed
en. Their essays wert; all lino and
weil delivered. The honor rolls
showed hard work on thc part of
The music Tuesday night was
furnished by thc Musical Club and
was greatly enjoyed.
PEN AND SCISSOnGRAFHS
Forty students will graduate
at Clemson college this year.
Darlington's new ?45,000
iionrr lionise is aim. d !omrd>
Th*: riegi'i wno lulled tlie
f:>rV e ..['. .'. u ita .. ' i m rim?, of
\iV .-tb ' \ -ii. .:-'.!.. wu- t <.?%
liar, ?i -I al Trenton. Ni',
i ito 10 th.
Once in a while some fellow
will openly assail Ute Bible and
the Christian religion, but that
amounts to little, it is through
the indifference and hike warm
ness o? church members that
the devil expects to win.
Thc Central Hotel al Green
wood S. C. was burnell Wednesday
morning about .*'> o'clock and it is
said thc lady proprietor and one of
thc guest were burned, several
stores in thc block were also burn
he law of giving is the law
receiving. The people who
ri about the cold hardness
he world are the cold hard
i who nil they cnn
tin ri list. Give ol'
1" these things
;.-e ....eb ibg i you. '
' S rnpbell, closed
thc ay with an ex
celh . follows:
v Rev VV. B
?y Prof. Clink
swil of \\ oil' I'll.
JIU u Ot ii UrttcOS of the School,
i he reelection of Mrs Camp
L?o?i us teacher for thc next term.
Benediction by Rev Baker.
Dinner-- and a "big one'' of
There was n largo crowd pres
ent, and ?ill carno away full of
praise and u desire to go back a
Look about yon and see who
are the happiest men and women
-and, af tey all, it is happiness
that is worth inure than gold,
for the things worth having ure
those before which wealth drops
its money bags, and stands help
less and envious Miches cannot
buy a mother's tenderness, a
wife's or husband's truelove,
the blessing ol' children, a good
conscience, a 1 ig lil henri, an
easy digestion, real friends
beauty or health. Th? happiest
folk are th" cherry, light heart
ed, sympathetic mies who uro
always dipping their hanri? in
their none too well lined purses,
and giving of their scanty store
to needier neighbors: who weep
with the sorrowful, and laugh
with the joyous; who seem to
fear410 foe, because they have a
steadfast, old fashioned belief
in a great, good, merciful anti
just (rod, and in the innate hon
esty and virtue of their fellow!
DOTS TOOM BfttGltDSVlLU??
Happenings Atuou/r tho F?oplo In This
Mr. Editor:-I did cot send in my
letter after I had written it Inst week.
? i bought I had mailed but discovered
.tftur the paper bad come there was
no letter trom Brightsville. I said
veil, I reckon the Editor had got
dred of printing such aud has cast
dat batch of mental power and in?
iel Ice t iuto his wasto basket, which
?-.ost mo two or three hours of hard
work to pet it up. So on yesterday, I
>vt!8 hunting in my pockets for some
tobacco as all or the moat of you know
how u fellow feels when he wants a
chew of tobacco and cant get it just
hen. Well this was my experience on
yesterday, I did not want tb quit fish
ing to gt? to tho store to get tobacco
ind I expecting a blue bream to bite
every minute too. To-day I had been
faithful to stay by them expecting a
hite. At last one concluded bo would
try aud see if he could make out
what that wns that man was offering
him. He caught hold of the bait very
careful, then would turn loose. I
could see tho bed, so I would place it
back, iiud so at last my pole began to
henil, I said well, old fellow, I have
lieen sitting arouud here all day wuit
ing on you, so you have come at lust,
what a good time*we will have this
oveniug just about sun down. My
Ula b >y said "we will over eat him,
vont us tm,'' I said no son, you mean
ve we will sundy eat him. At that
t me I had looped a nico cord through
hid mouth and went to tie it to a little
?mb when ho brought a quick ilouuce
'iud wns gone, string and all. Ho is
?one isn't ho pa, ha, ha the little fel
low lauffhed, I didn't enjoy it quite so
well as Dunk and John. So I wauted
my tobacco then sure enough and be
dail ttl rifle my pockets aud I would
take out,memorandums, handkerchief,
then letters I noticed I had some
thing-felt thick iu my pocket. Well.
I do say, I thiuk I have about half of
a plug. I brought it out No, it was a
thick euvelope. Now, if this don't
beat the Dickens, said I. Dunk run
iver to the store son and bring me ?o
worth tob ceo. I have played the
due: now,- bereis this hutch of Bright
sville news. I have been running a.
round this old pond all the week try
ing to catch a bream and have mr.de
a perfect fool of myself. I am going
to quit fishing, until they begin to
hit- ; that will be about the full moon.
I am s^rry I had been so negligent;
tor I had written what I had seen on
my trip over my friend's plantation.
[ will re-hash a part of my trip, niy
friged timi neighbor J. RI. Hunsucker
.vas over at the store, anti I got up in
the buggy with him and he Baid where
do you want to rid*? I said well, most
anywhere just so we are talking. He
er o.-sod crooked creeek, anti on we
went by his son, M. It. Hunsucker's,
who wag running a small cultivator
around his cotton which was doing
excellent work. Martin has a bright
prospect bnth corn anti cotton. We
went on hy David Hubbard's-oue of
our neat little farmers who keeps hie
arm HS clean as a garden, and on by
the Wm English place, and on by
M ?"y ii?.?ok'TV residence \" Wv pan
ir?, where iher? ivas annie very hoe!
NViiv Ebb, ??ier? il a couti cow, j
rti '?.. dior one ?Vt yon
".' |j, .i.. v ii g ? m ind by Good',]
mg ami talking. The crops are very
promising all through that section.
We came back through his plautation.
By th? rout! sitie, on the left I nnticed
tn- e rn was pretty thick I said Huu
R i. ker ymir corn seems tu be pretty
1 s-must inte.ul ulinga lot of soda
Well yes, I will. Sowed that with one
i ilies-corn planters-sows and dn>ps
We arrived right where I expected al
t ie horse lot. Ebb, I have just got
? in* o f the finest young mules out,
fuir years old, well broke, all righi
just one more than I need, I will sell
m..i to ,'ou, to be stright aud sound
uni all right. 1 don't need one now
Well, can't I sell you somo hogs?
Well, they are line but I don't need
nu j* just now.
Well Ebb, come you must slay over
foi* dinner? I have some of Giles' flue
Urea b?el for dinner Hunsucker's is
n line place for a fellow to stop His
'.aide is always amply furnished, and
is a line treal to a hungry fellow. I
wis compelled to be at home on that
?lay al noon, it being Saturday, always
settling day with the hands. Mr. Hun
suck? r's invitation would have been
gladly accepted had it been any other
day except Saturday. I always enjoy
g.ling to Mr. J. M. H's you know he
is a man (hat likes company aud loves
for his uei boors and friends to come
to see him. Everything looks so bright
anti cheerful around him. I noticed a
t e *y pretty four room cottage, 2 pia/.*
/.as,' which looks very suspicious
doesn't it Kellie?
I nu de a proposition to Norton the
oilier day. 1 noticed he was making
a lot ot beeguins. I proposed to fur
bish the lumber and nails, he to fur
nish the bees and to make the gums,
then rob them and divide the honey.
Norton said I reckon you will Sir , I
make the gums, hunt up thc bees, rob
them, lake the honey, and get all the
stinging anil only get half the honey,
"no sir bobby.''
Well, hut Norton, you must reinem
ber lumber is worth $12 50 to $25 00
per M. So I will go Ititi vea, what Hay
you. No sir hobby, 1 can't see the
pint lt cost me "?Oe n piece tho lum
ber and the making, ami the robbing,
and tho slinging is worth a $1 each
? No, Sir, bobby 1 can't see the pint,
not for half. Well one third then
j Nt), sir, hobby, and get slinged for one
third, no-ir, bobby. Tho bees here
quit .swarming now, anyway. Well,
'what are you making st) many gums
for then? l?\?r Mr Martin ilutiHUcker;
ami this here one, is mino. Well that
is all right. I'll get some from you
when you rob your gum. Yes, sir
bobby 1 know you will when I lob it.
Nor to cnn grind corn, but I don't
think he eau rob a bee gum.
Everybody is in line spirits now,
aller such a nice rain.
K W. Liles hus ibo prettiest coru
in our sectiou.
\V. C. Stubbs has tho best horse iu
our community. Mr. Hunsucker Hays
he loves to swap horses with Iiis neigh"
hors when ho knows he has got some
thing (nat will jilease anti givo balls
faction. He says lhere in nun thing he
does ii<?l mimi doing th it ia to leed
W.H. G., W. J. A.4 andi). W.O.
He says when the watermelons and
fruit get ripe be wont mind it, for the
tbree to come at doo time. You know
when a man like Ilunsuckor dreads
the tbree champions its time for the
Hotels and Restaurante to complain,
and offer to give them their money
back if (.hoy will ooly quit and nut
cull for anything else to eat.
I will tell you what happened to the
writer tn Atlanta once. I stopped over
at the large hotel to the lett of the depot
-the tallest hotel I ever was ia. They
?erved meals on the Kuropeon plan. 1
took one of the cards and pencil, to show
one ol my daughters who was with me,
how to check up what you wanted We
had eat. Beulah said, papa we didn't
see the cards. I told the waiter to bring
ns something good lor breaklast and
didn't use thc cards, when the servant
dropped them, at our plate. I said altei
we were through breakfast, now this is
the way: . Roast Rice, Beef," and
would check it as I called out until 1
had gone over all the articles on both
cards then laid them down at our plate.
We went over tho city came back
went to the office to settle our breaklast
hill, and to my surprise it was $3.80. I
said look here, mytnend you don't mean
to charge I and my daughter $3 80 just
tor breakfast. We have just come in this
morning no lodging. No, then I must
charge you lor breaklast according to
those cards. It is $3 Ho the no of articles
cancelled. I told him how it was. But,
[ being a stranger I had the bill to pay.
So lookout. Mr. J. M. H., if I happen to
drop in with W. H. G. and J. W. B..
you need not he much surprised il we
set you back $1 95 each.
Our cousin D. D is all smiles to day.
School picnic on Friday at Boykin. Sale
at Jackson on Thursday 26th - nice
horse, mules, corn and ?odder and other
personal property to he sold.
Everybody now is about through
chopping cotton and is plowing corn
the second time.
1 will close with best wishes to all ot
the readers of the Democrat hoping them
a. prosperous year, with a good price for
their corn cotton and hogs.
May 20, 04. E. W. Goodwin.
The Summer School at Hartsville.
For Teachers of thc Pee Dee.
We have not room to give the entire
progiam of work cut out lor the summer
school to be held at Hartsville from June
29 to July 26.. but all who purpose
going, and it is hoped every one in Marl
boro wiil attend, can get Irom Superin
tendent Stanton all the iniormation dc
Great care has been exercised in the
selection of the best help in all depart
ments, and Prof. Gaines has arranged
to give board lor ?.12 tor thc four weeks.
To break the monotony ol hard study
Prof Gaines has arranged a line pro
gram tor outside pleasure.
Now, let one and all get ready to spend
these four weeks at Hartsville not only
pleasantly but with profit to your pro
A full line of H J. Heinzs Go.
Pickles Preserves, Ketchups, Sau
ces, Jellies &c. at
W. M. Rowe's.
??tT* oO Serge Coats and Vests I
tit mo G. ?. (Jrosin nd Cpi '
"NTEU-V .. - . . . !
for aide at lew price.-, imo I no? '
Organs,and Musical Instruments
of ali dis?r?ntionsj ?ci -or price?
and easy terms. Old instruments
taken in exchange.
STRAUSS S? CO.
100 two piece Flannels
Suits for Gents & Boys, at the
C. B. Crosland Co
Mrs. Crawford-In what way
is your little boy too delicate to
attend thc public schools?
Mrs. Crabshaw-Ile isn't Btrong
enough to carry home nil tho
books the children have to study.
SPECIAL TO LADIES.
Wc have a large assortment of
Spring and Summer Dress Goods,
which wc arc now selling at very
low prices, Ladies are especially in
vited to call and inspect same.
Conic carly il* you wish to secure
STU A uss & Co.
The Philadelphia Construc
tion company of Marion, S. C.,
has received a charter, the cap
ito stock being $5,000. Tho in
corporators are W. .1. Edwards,
VV. H. Fitts and Jesse Carter,
of Sanford, N. C., an t T. G.
MoNeely, ol" Marion. The com
pany proposes to build a rail
road from Dillon to Marietta,
S. G., it is said.
A plot was discovered among
live negroes to dynamite their
way out ol' the State prison,
Nashville, Tenn., Following
the discovery ol' the plot one of
the conspirators, a negro out
his own throat, iullicting a mor
The pension roll last year was
8,290. During the year f>82
died or left the State or were
dropped and 70:5 new names
have been added, making a
present total of 8,427--net in
crease of 231.
("r^gT" SeK our late things in
Ladies Neck Wear, at
G B. Crosland's
("rag?" Fresh Oat Meal only lot
or t wo for 2?o at
FOR SALiK 2
A Bicycle for a lady ort ?(mis
color Black or Blue with L'S in
wheels and rubber tires.
tt. ,T. Pearson.
DR. J. L (IIBSON,
Otjlrr Over YsttacHohn'H Storr,
BENXETTHVTtXK, S. C. \
We are Agents for a i
High Grade PIA ft! C
AND SOLICIT THE CORRES
Wantiug to Buy a NEW
MACHINE, or AN1 Ol K
THEIR OLD ONE FOR 1
We are in posit
Money, and (di
LET US KNOW \
mr OUR SALESMEN >
We sell either for cash
SOUTHERN MUSIC i
(BENNETT & LUV
To prevent thc obstruction of th 1
at Kailroad Stations within th
rate limits of the Town ot Beni
Be it ordained by t?e Mayor
dermon of tho Town of Bennett tviUe if
Council Assemble i and by nut';
Sec I. That it hhall bo uulc I
obstruct tbe street nt Railroad Statt <?
within tho corporate limits of the '1
Benocttsvillo by nlloivinj; Hugines or .
of any kind to stand on or serosa t.
for a lODgor pciiod of time than Uv* min
uted nc uny time.
Sec. 2. That, every JUilrond (.
or corporation controling a Rnilro I I
pany within tho corpcrutc limits
Town of Bcnnottsvil?o shall bo sequin .; !
have a flagman pinged :;t R?i?r?a?
of Atlantic Uo.i>it Lino Railroad o
nettsrillo and Obciaw Railroad nu it
rivnl or deportara of all trains ami
trains or engines at work on thc ?rai
sud station? nod the crosiiinr of M
street, who ahull OHO n ll ig ia the d
und a Lantern at niyht to nivo the situai;
Any Railroad Company violating
dinaneo shall upon conviction ho fir
I'I-S than Five nor moro than Ou !'...:
dri?d Dol?ais. And any Conductor 01
neuron any train arriving or dep.it
operating a Trnin or Eogioa in t
who violates this ordination by fi
have a tillman at siid stations 01 I
rival or deoartures of nnv trainu >.Ht
0? iujsiori he fiiicd not I tn.m (Ive ur?;
. ci.? thnri ono huodted Dalian) or iic;. '
?UH I..!'. 1 .. -: lunn five 'J?' . ?'..ri' 'r..-'
? 1,,r" ''? 1 ? .*.-? i,: ?sv$M
w i. ct May; A. U igt>4.
f, ,\ Hom;;::,
Notice of Court
NOTICE is her by givtiu fiat the
of General Sei-MouH for tho Co
Marlboro will cimvenp nt Bennett?
tie Four h Monday in JUVK. the
27:!) day thereof) 1904, at benn,
in ?ind for the county of Murl'ooroan.
of South Carolina. All persona int
will talco due notice thereof.
J. A. DRAKI
Clerk Court of C. V. &
For Marlboro Co., i
may 27, 1904.- un
To Raise Supplies for the Yoi
ing April 30, 1905.
lie it ordained by the Mayor and
men ol the Town ol liennettsv
by antherity ol the same, that
lowing taxes be. and the sa :
hereby levied, and shall be pa
the Treasury tor the use ol said
SECTION I. ITilteen cents ot
one hundred dollars worth ol r<
personal property situate within t
porate limits of said town, wh
must be paid on or before the ls;
January 1905, and on all taxes r
by thai time a penalty ol 50 per c
be added and collected.
SEC. 2. That twenty one (2\) c<
levied on every one hundred do
the assessed value ol all real and
al propperty. to pay thu interest
bonds issued in aid ol the Cha .
Sumter and Northern Railroad,
cordance with the Act authoriz
I same, approv.il December 23d i s
thc turther stop ot 5 cents on tl
be levied and collected tor the pu
providing for the sinking lund, ;
vided by the above ai l: wilie
must lie paiil 01. or bet?re Janua
I yo") and on all taxes not paid !
tune a penalty ol 50 pc t cent will
tied ano collected.
SEC 3. That fourteen cents b
on every one hundred dollars of a
value ot all real and personal pi
to (lay the interest 011 the bonds
in aid of the Kleon ic Light Bond;
Town ol Benneltsvillc, accordant
the Acts ol the (jetterai Assembl
C. authorizing the same; and the
sum ol 4 cents on the $loo he 1er
collected tor the purpose ol pr
lor thc sinking lund, which taxe
lie paid on or belore January is>
and all taxes not paid at the lim
stipulated a paenalty of 50 per cc
be atlded and collected.
SEC 4 That all persons liable
on the streets, sidewalks anti wai
Town nt Bcnnettsville shall be
ol such duty tor twelve month*
mencing on tue lust day ot May
paying to the i'leik otCouncil a 1
tation tax therelorol two dollar
belore the first day ot .lune. A...'
All persons tailing to pay said .
talion tax here provided tor, w
time specified or who shall reins?
to work 011 saitl stn .;ts side?
ways at np.y,time (ir tunes whe
montoso to do by order ol the
s&ffl be subject to a tine, two tit
efich anti every flay of such r
failure so to work, anti any ot h
is'hment the Council may see lit
Dono and ratified in Connell
doy of Muy, A. D. 1904.
1?. A. HODGES,
M. MCLAUION, Clerk anti Trev .
mber of the Leading.
.*? fc* Jtn. fa-*, m waM A Al 0*% I
^ ORGANS ANDI
J N ES,
, >NDENCE OF EVERY ONE
"JANO, ORGAN or SEWING
!i .W'L'ING TO EXCHANGE
NE lp ONE.
ion to save You
we ask is that you
(HAT YOU WANT.
anywhere on request.
or EASY PAYMENT FLAN.
f--'-;m ONE to ONE
Dry Cows or Yearlings
H - MEST PRICES PAID.
c. s. MCCALL.
; .. ; 200 Fair Boys Knee
I y fitts 20c to 7?!
at C. B. Crosland's
Flowers ! Flowers !
Jno S. Moore bas a tine
Palms and other plants,
oled, that she desires to
ittings 26? per dozen.
?OM I NATIONS.
Hi use of Representatives.
. candidate for ic election to thu
Repr?sentatives, subject to the
; the Democratic Prima j'.
D. D. MCCOLL.
>y nououuee myself n candidate
it '.tn- llouso of Representatives from
sro Couoty subject ta the rules of
vi b?V:ju)iirntio Primary, and pictlyo
VSi-if tn nb?du li v result ibctcof uni
*. ? . . nominee* Ol" HfUUll
.\ it . :M? i ;:. j
Clerk o? Gov rr.
-j di.^wt:.:wu m>bell u cuutuuatc
ctiun to the e llice of Clerk of
r. :- Marlboro County. South Cato?
?ct to tho rules of the Domo*
mary, and pledge myself to sup
JAS. A. DHAKB.
by announce myself ns a can
ir thc office of Clerk of Court
boro County, .subject to the
<1 regulations governing the
uic Primary Election.
LEWIS AL COVINGTON.
v announce myself a candidate
lice of Sheriff of Murlboro county
thc mles of the Diuuccrutic Pri
1 ploil?o myself to abide the re
j same and support thu nominees
\V. A. HlNSIIAW.
y annonucc myself UH a candidato
)f Sheriff of Marlboro County
iinji Primary Election. I pledge
? nbido by tho result of said Pri
tion und to support tho nominees
: tho saine.
) i yo.).
J. E ROGERS.
y announce* myself a candidate
;ce of Sheriff of Marlboro county,
i tho nction of thc Democratic
und plcdgo myself to abide the
oof and to support the nominees
JAS P. MCGIMHAV,
r County Supervisor.
y announce myself n candidato
?.lion to tho office of Supervisor of
county nt tho coming primary
inject to thc rules governing the
pledge myself to abide the result
il support tho nomiueo*. ( f said
1904 M. E. COWARD.
announce myself a candidate
i bo of County S.-.porvisor, BUbjeot
On of tho Democratic primary
' 1 - 1 . to abide thu result of thc
i support thc nominees of said
tl 1904. A. J. JONI s.
?mounce myself ns a candidate
loillce of County Supervisor,
he action of thc Democratic
J J. TAUT
pmiteniient of Education
' mounce myself a candidate
io to the ofllco of County Sup*
t o Education, subject to tho
W. L. STANTON.
>r ounty Treasurer.
./ annice myself n candidato
liono thu offico of County
- Siject to tho rulos governing
J. II. THOMAS.
ff is Wise to Insure!
I represent ns Agent, the tallowing Fire Insurance Companies,
which are as strong as are in the Cnited Suites, having passed
through and paid all claims in the large and destructive fires of the
cities of Baltimore. Md., Toronto, Canada, and Rochester. N. Y.
All having large assets left to their credit ;
The Home Fire Insurance Comoany ol New York,
The Western Assurance Company ot Toronto, Canada
The America Fire Insurance Co.. ol Philadelphia
The Manchester Fire Ins . Co . ol Manchester, England
The German American Fire Ins.,.Co , ol New York
The New York Underwriter, ot New York.
lt is a grave lespponsihilily on agents when a.-.y one places their
Insurance with them, lor the public as a general rule know nothing
ask nothing o' the standing of the different Insurance Companies,
and rely on the judgement ol the agent. I have never had a loss
but'that was settled promptly and satisfactory. I respectfully solicit
your Insurance business.
Yours truly O, S. McCALL.
Our IKTo^w Line
-THE DIRECT WAY
EAST. , "WEST.
BENNETTSVILLE & CHER AW R. R.
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 SUNDAY.
* Direct connections at Cheraw with through traine, to
the North, East, South and West.
The short line and quickest time to Wilmington, Charlotte, Atlanta,
Raleigh, Richmond. Washington. Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York,
Boston. Buffalo, Pittsburg and all points North and East.
Thc Hjort line and quickest time to Columbia, Savannah, Jacksonville,
Tampa. Montgomery. New Orleans and nil points South nud West.
Fot further information call on J. T- MEDLIN, agent Bennettsville &
Cheraw R. R . Bennettsville.S. C., or address JOS. W, STEWART
T P A., SEAiio.vno Am LINE RV., Columbia. S. C.
CHARLES F. STEWART, A. G. P. A , S.A L. Ry. Savannah, Ga.
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Do You want A GRAIN DRILL?
If so, Get The Best.
Wc sohl in this County last season ELEV KN of thc " Far
mer's Favorite Grain Drills,1' and every ono <
them gave "'eriect satisfaction. Wc gitarantee Hiern loplenst
Hnn'' what s<**ne of our customers have to say :.
MR. P. A. Ilu-GES,
I inn very m nell pleased with the 'Furniers Favorite Grui
Brill" bought of you Inft season, I have plautetl my crops of Outs, Wheat. Pe;
ind Snrguni Cane, and it has iiivcn me satisfaction. Where I have been punin
four Bushels Oats when sowed with hand, I fuel Two ?ad a Half Bushel* nifl
eient when sowed with Drill. Signed .). F. BREEDEN.
This is to certify that wo planted our crop of small grain with the ' Farmer
Favorite Grain Drill" last season and are nleascd with it in every particular W
nlanted us much as six bushels Red Rust Proof Oats per acre, and in evcrA" instant
ii cave us u perfect stand, and has given entire Ratisfantion. We heartily rftcntt
mend it. Signed T, S. und E. W. EVANS.
MR P. A, HODGES
The "Farmer's Favorite Grain Drill" bought of you h
^iven entire satisfaction, and I heartily recommend it.
Signed J. C. HAMER.
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See us if you Expect
to Buy a DRILL,
Sept 16, 1903.
r. T. DOUGLAS. A. 0. DOUGIE
J.T.DOUGLAS & BROTHER,
Practical Pharmacists and Dealers in
pnre ?rugs and fpatent ^edicine?
D/am and Fancy Stationery and School Suppliez
Faints, Oils, Varaiisli, Briislies,
GLASS and PUTTY.
<^FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Prescriptions carefully compounded/ ut ali liuui
unit guaranteed to 0c oj che Purest JJ rugs uud tx
X full line Garden Seed ?L Onion Sets
Thankful for vast liberal patronage wc solicit a continuanceof sm
J. T. DOUGLAS & BRO.
.Lemurv J, 1904. AT THE OXtD STAND
OUR BICYCLES 'nive betti inned
nud everybody who rides them says they
aro ahead of the ugo. "
They ought to be. They aro uianufuc
lured in thu latest, iuo?t bc'ientific and
They are light in weight, easy tunning
and tiie prices ar<i way down.
You only wmt the best aud those aro
the only kind ol' wheels week.
If your bicycle is weak, run down, or
needs p.ttention bring it to our repair de
partment where old timers ure made good
S. J. PEARSON.
Next door to Postotlice.
Tumo Doon PROM AIM.MS IIOIISB.
THE best workmanship.
Bay Rum and Tonic Treatment
Tools thc best and sharpest
Polite attention always assured
Three Artist., in constant at endance.
LA iii KS vvouK a Specialty!
Once a customer, ai ways a customer
HATCHER & MUDD,
WE STILL FEED
WHEN in town and you wane a good
meal, remember wc eau serve you.
A good meal for 25c. Restaurant
north of thc Marker..
FRESH OYSTERS in every stylo.
D. J. BK A Y BO Y
Bennettsvllie & Gber?w ?isi??oaii
??.ti^yr/AM .v.tf'-r,-'? . ? . '.";_''??3>-J
Commencing Mnnduy Nov. 9, lf.03,
and uutil further notice. Mains between
Cb craw and Henne ttsvok- will bo operated
on the followiug rthcdiile, d:;iiy except
WEST BOUND FROM BKXNETTSVILLE
Leave Rcno'ctfsvtilc ?') 45 n ru
Leave Evorel t!s 7 20 a ui
Leavo Kollock'.? 7 40 a ni
Ari ive Cheraw 7 50 a .iii
Leave Bennet ?svillc 4 00 p in
Leave Everett's ? 30 p m
Leave Kullook's ft .00 p in
Ar 'ive Cheraw t? 00 p ui
j EAST HO? \J> FROM 011BRA,W?
I TRAIN Leave Cheraw s (ii a ni
LCAVO KVt'rrr. - 1 -..'..--lif.
Arrive Bontiei tsvilla 9,0(1 a ru
i TRAIN Leave Cheraw 9 2fi p tn
32 LB&VO Kohoeks 9 30 :. ni
Leave Eveictt s y 50 p m
Arrive Bennctlsviiic lo "20 p ni
A. G. PAGE, SUPT.
Cheraw, Nov. 7, 1903.
?. Well Mar?
\fM of Me.
>.Oth nay. xjf
Produces the above results in jo DAY5. It'iActs
powerfully and quit kly. Cures when all oljlhers
fail. Young men and old men will recover jvtheir
youthful vigor by using RGV1VO. It r\#rickly
and surely restores from effects of sclf-a /ouse or
excess and indiscretions Lost M-.r.hcJod, Lost
Vitality, Impotency, Nightly Kniissyrons, Lost
Power of either sex, Failing Memory 11, Wasting;
Diseases. Insomnia, Nervousness, whjiich unfits
one lor study, business or marriage. cVltnotonly
curer by starting at ibo scat of d^gjv/se, but is a
Great Nerve Tonic and Bldood-Builder
and restores both vitality and/^strength to the
muscular and nervous systcmn, bringing back
the pink glow to palo cheek' t: and restoring the
lire of youth. It wards off J',nsanlty and Con
aumptlun. Accept no su:>s!, fifine. Insist on hav
ing REVIVO, no other, lt ctfan be carried in vest
pocket. By mail, Si.00 pitcr package, in plain
wrapper, or six lar $3.00, "v. ith a positive writ?
ten guarantee to cure or refund tho money IQ
every package. For freu tcircular address
Royal Medicine ^.,^S?aoSi?u?
For sale in Bennett: oville by
J. T. DOUGLAS '& PRO.
Anyone ncmllng n ?kel eh and or-scrlptln" mai
nnfoklv iisoortnin our opinion rreownotnor au
Invention ta probably ?atontablp. Cornrounle*;
tiona atrtotljr confidential. ilniu!i?>nkon j atenta
ioiitfrt'O. Oldest ML-. M. N tor MM urine.pati-nti-.
Patents taken limmen Munn A ( o. receive
*)>?-iu( notice, without charge, In too
???lui nnr?rc, wu lunn. cunrKO, m mu
-?- iltaatrntod wooklj. ii1"0'1/,'1
riot ont inc tournai. Term?. ?3 a
ulm. $1. Soul lijralj newsdealers.
|0t3C1 Broadly. (jeW YOlK
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