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S. A., BROWN - - - Editor
Fridav, June 3, 1904.
FEN AND SC1SSORGJRAFHS
The State primary begins
They say New York is about
to be lost to the Democrats.
Court meets in Darlington on
the second Monday in J une.
President Kosevelt made the
Memorial address at Gettys
Senator Stanley Quay, senior
U. S. Senator from Pennsyl
vania died Saturday,
South Carolina mourns the
death of another grand old man
-Col. J. A. Hoyt of Greenville.
Candidates for State offices,
CongreflB and Solicitor must lile
pledges boforo tho 20th.
A remedy for the boll weave]
lias at last been found. It is an
ant from Guatamala that the
department of agriculture
thinks will save our cotton.
Good medical authority de
clares that the too free use of
ice is the cause of the increas
ing prevalence of appendicitis
and other kindred troubles.
Rev.-It. W. Burwell and J.G.
* HjM made speeches in the Gen
ei\al Assembly lastweek favoring
closer relations between the
Northern and Southern Presby
The Pee Dee section will be
represented by two, popular
young men in the National
Democratic convention at St.
Louis-D. ll. Coker ot Harts
ville and D. D. MoColl, Jr., of
In Japan a married son has to
obey his motlier. In America lie
has to obey his wile's mother
and pay strict attention to what
his wife tells him to do.
A man up Nort h is suing Iiis
wile fur divorce on the alleged
ground thai slit-; was insane.
She will probably admit that
her consent to marry him was
evident that she was out of her
mind at the time.
It is said that the South Car
olina delegation to the St. Louis
a ud. Se na Uni'V i l I in.i n ?0 u sti j? itilil
? t|i:ii>-^:- .. ?".*>.;: I'. (.'.! talina Dein'
'cSv?h':i i;e n-an' b??Mii ;, j
will agree tu nib's t anything j
fsighe i pei ?it\i?tii^??4--Wii S Inf .il
A school teacher of Bayon nc
recently had occasion to talk lo
her scholars about the diff?rent
Spellings of the word "two."
She explained with great care
the ways in which the word
could be spelled and the mean
inti of it, tts spelled in the dif
ferent ways. Filially, in order
to iind oui if (lui children had
properly gras]ted the idea, .sin*
decided to give a lest,
"Now, children, an quickly as
you eau, I want you to give me
a sentence with all three of these
spellings con tri ned in it''
Hardly were the words oui
of her mouth before up went a
"Wt 11 T.-. 3?" said the tenck
I /ely, and tho boy
tss, answered gl i li
's is loo much to
... : iklin Hagle. ,
i kansas (lu; other
a I n iel' but very
irai sermon. I [ere <
. to you till. Post '
as and love are in .
?le stoop io kiss i
.o never stoop to I
ving; tiley hover
leets in hystori? ?
1 in throw their (
their loved ones
tig tltc storm l>at
A woi.l ol' cheer to
ng souls in life is ?
worth moi than the roses of
Christendom piled high on the I
casket covers. The ead can 1
not'smell the Howers, but the
living can: scat ter them broad- s
cast in their pa! hway, t here ?
fore, and pluck out the thorns 'J
before it is too late.'" :,
- - :i
?? C. S. MCCALL'S. 1
.hine I?101. ii
An Old Welcome (Jm-sl. "
Kev. Titos J. Clyde, who resided (.(
in our town while serving (1m church
in the county np lo IBU-1, und v.ho \<? 11
now on tlio Darlington Circuit, luis s<
been spending week in om- comity, ."
in Bethel, Vino Grove, liny kin ai.dj1'
Clio Sections. Flo is looking well 01
and holding his own. Ho spout wed- w
nesilny ill town among Iiis old fri? lids W
und left for hoiiit! Tluir.vday iiioriiiii|. tl
Marlboro High Selie
Tho commencement of 1904 of Mai
tho management of Prof. ? A. Monts*
tho most interesting for years. The M
iug of the Literary Society, debate ami
afternoon, tho Bermou on Sunday by R
night, ami the annual picnic and uddi
Tuesday, wore all but fitting finales t
of faithful aud painstaking teachers,
the program used Friday night :
SONG-Good-bye lo Less
SONG-In tho Me ry Mo
RECITATION- How St.
DIALOGUE-Going to t
PLAY - ljeap Year io
P LAY - Red Ridiug H
RECITATION - Regul ;.s
DIALOGUE - Tri-Colon
CHARADE - Bridal Wii
DIALOGUE -Song of S
RECITATION - Woman
SONG - Trio.
DIALOGUE -Arch of g
SONG - ClasB Farewell.
A TRIP TO MY OLD HOSIE;
Things Soon and Heard Away
Mr. Editor: On Saturday morning
May 21st, I hoarded the train for Che.
raw, and in company with Capt Char
ley Malloy and Capt John F. Everett
the time passed swiftly and pleasantly
and soon McGregor was on his na'ive
heath. A few hours spent in that
(juaiut town and renewals of old
friendships and acquaintances and ll
o'clock finds me aboard the Wades
biro train bound for McFarland, N.
C., my purpose being to visit a sister
whom I had not seen for ten long
years Arriving at this place I found
n conveyance and WUB soon nt Mr.
Daniel A. Horn's a Nephew of mine
by his marriage.
I saw in tho edge of Anson and
Chesterfield counties much larger cot?
ton and corn than I saw the evening
before at Heouty Spot in Marlboro,
and the .small grain crops are surely
line. A gentleman who was traveling
with me remarked thnt the wheat
beads were nearly six inches long,
and almost ready for the sickle. They
were beauties and nu mistake. I
noticed also the farina were clear of
grit?H and well cultivated.
I met many of my old friends and
quondam acquaintances, both at Mc
Farland and iu Chesterfield county.
Spout a few hours at the home of Mrs
Emily Odp.ni, un acquaintance of fifty
vea rs ago. .She is now post mistress ot
McFarland; and despite her seventy
two voav*} ip tts entartnimn" 1
,v.u? wli ?;t : yob sig lady of twenty-two
- -. arr?ed theil "i ?ourso. j
J .M-I.M in ibis short sketch tr?co? !
. ?... . . ! . io ?c v.?(i-i, 'riftrrie?arT
..' wi. dainty Ros Wm Freeman;
rOldred G?lltigt! ,.tti<! others. All have
?Mid eiopa and interesting furn il ion,
and I shall ever remember the kind
ness ol'those dear, very dear friends.
About this dear sister, whom I weut
io visit. She and I are all that are
?live of a family of eleven-she being
the youngest girl anti I the youugest of
all. .Sister came to that part of tho
county lifty-four years ago tho bonnie
lu ide of IClisha Dames Davis, now at
the age of seventy-eight. Her descen
dants number sixty-three, children,
grand children and great gmt:tl child
ren. I got used to the name of Undo
Achil?is, called hy them "Gillis'' as
I have been so called over there since
I came lhere iu my eL-hteenth year.
Hope to repeat the visit if I live
len years moro.
A H. Knight.
BennettsvUlc, S. C., May 30, 1904 I
Oohs Front Upper Kennet ls vi ll e.
Well, everything in our section
is certainly getting very dry, and a
shower would he appreciated.
Mr. Frank Smith has the finest
ijorn 1 have seen-it shows what
.litton scull will th?.
M ?HS Nora Seals, who has been
very sick is able to he ont again.
Mr. Marion Copeland and family
d' BennettsvUlc caine down on the
rain Saturday to visit his father,
Arch Copeland, and was taken sud
lonly sick anti is yet unable to get
Mr. Bruce B., if you know what
s best fur you 1 think you will
.onie back to Bethel again.
1 wunder what Mr. J. F. McG.,
s doing while the thunder anti light
ling is rolling around ? I guess
ie is st inlying more about the storm
?it than lie is about the sheriff's
Mr. Walter Huntly and sister
pent Saturday night and Sunday
n Hebron. They report a nice trip,
rbev went to an ice-cream supper
i < '. 15. ( 'lark's Saturday night, ami
singing Sunday afternoon at the
lome ol' Peter S. Stubbs. What
s better than ice-cream and sweet
ii lisie '.'
The "hustler" sends many thanks
ii the young ladies of Hebron for
bal box ol' nice cake.
W ell, I will close with best wish
s to the dear old DEMOCRAT.
may :*.<), 'o l Tun HUSTLER.
lo Uave Ley Bail,
Leslie Me Rue, who was brought
vcr from Darlington Friday for
preliminary hearing before Com
lisaioner ?J. S. Moore on u charge
I' passing counterfeit money, ro
iivetl his hearing Monday ufter
oon, and on hifl way back to pri
:>n in charge of Deputy Wehster,
mile a dash for liberty, and got
by out-running thy oflicers to
-eek swamp. The blood hounds
ere put on bis trail, but us there
ns st) much passing tip und down
ie creek it was soon lost.
rlboro High School, at Tatum, uuder
miery, for the second year, wa9 oue of
uaicale Friday night, the public meet?
I address by Col. Livingston Saturday
ev. Kilgo, tho School Ooucert Monday
ress by congressman Scarborough on
o a year of successful work hy a corps
We have only timo and spaco to give
ckemith's -Story, " *
Hy j- Incompatibility.
nth of May.
Michael's was Saved.
, Heard From.
to the Carlhageniaus.
Something Now III Town.
Mr. Gary Calhoun of Clio was up
on Saturday riding in his Locomobile
Nothing like it h s visited nor town
before aud of course proved au inter
esting eight to many of our people.
A Game of Base Ball.
An interesting game of B?90 Ball
waa played on the Diamond here nu
Friday afternoon laat between a team
from Clio and the local team. A good
crowd of young folks were present and
considerable interest waa manifested
until Ben net ts vii le weakened. The
game ended 9 to 8 in favor of Clio.
A Palatable Treat
Mr. Giles Morse, of Cheraw,
came over last Friday with a
load of over 100 grown fowls,
which .he sold in a short time
from 33J to fiO cents each. He
sold the most of them in the
mill district. Ile will be over
again soon, watch for him
Afraid of tho Chaingang
Calvin Jacobs, charged with dis
turbing a religious meeting was ar-1
rested at Blenheim Monday and
while on his way to a hearing be
fore Magistrate Bruce broke away
from the constable and escaped into
the swamp near the town. As Ja
cobs has a crop, the scarcity of la
bor may force '. him to'i lake the
n">n/l?f?>??r? py IQS? his f
'Bar.e Ball Notes /
"Tho ii .'.f-?Mt:.V,!lc L'dV has -t"-;
" . /. : . .:?:."' j . ;.... .
d' Hebron its pitcher \
i . . i ille ...... iievjuii ?rosa-j
ed bats at 'Pa tu m Tuesday after-J
noon, and ;Won .-the game 'with a
score of ? to 3. ? .
Bennettsville and Clio play no
Bennettsville and Dillon played
yesterday afternoon at Dillon.
The boys say with Hamer as
pitcher they will wake np the Pee
- The refreshing showers of j
rain that have fallen since Friday
have helped the crops and gar
A full line of ll J. Heinzs Co.
Pickles Preserves, Ketchups, Sau
ces, Jellies &c. at
AV. M. Howe's.
r>0 Serge Coats and Vests
in Longs, Stouts, and Regulars,
at the C. B. Crosland Co.
NEW SONGS and sheet music
for sale at low pri?es, also Pianos,
Organs, and Musical Instruments
?fall discretions, get our prices
md easy terms. Old Instruments
taken in exchange.
STRAUSS & Co.
B&" 100 two piece Flannels
Suits for Gents & Boys, at the
. C. 13. Crosland Co
SPECIAL TO LADIES.
We have a large assortment of
Spring and Summer Dress Goods,
vhich we are now selling at very
ow prices, Ladies are especially i ti
nted to call and inspect same.
Jomo early if you wish to secure
STUAU8S & Co.
?3pT? See our late things in
Ladies Neck Wear, at
C H. Crosland's
Sr?Tl?B TO CKttMTOl?S.
ESTATE A. Y. Moona, Dicc'n.
fl LL porKonH having elaina ngaiust thc
*\ Enlate of A. Y. Moor?, deceased, ure
oruby notified tri present tho HUIDO, duly
.ttented, omi ntl peiBoim indebted to said
?tito will plciiBii inuku imuiodiato pay
nent, to the underttigned, ul lier residence,
r to Knox biviogatou, attorney, llonuottfl
illo, B. C., or tliiH notion will ba pleaded
II bur of tho recovery of nuid claiinu,
El.l/AHKTil O. Mooan,
Quid ?lied Executrix
Doonettaville, S. C., June i, 1904
A Hieycle for a lady or Conti:
olor Black or Blue with *JM in
irhccls and rubber tiros.
S. J. Pearson.
DR J. L GIBSON,"
Office Over Isaacsohn'H Store.
BENNETTSV1 u .1:, 8. c.
We are Agents for a! ir
High G-rade PI A ?A O
AND SOLICIT THE ?Olfttt^|P
Wnnliug to Buy 'u N KV V
MACHINE, or ANY ON?
THEIR OLD ON.!' FOR A
We are in posit!
Money, and ?li
LET US KNOW W
Bier OUR SALESlrKV
We sell either fe i a . li c
lilli Ml) i
(BENNETT & . ?VI
To prevent the obstruction c
nt Railroad Stations withii i thc
rate limits of the Town ol
Be it otduincd by tho Un ui
dcrnion of tho Town of Hui
Council Assemble I and hy
Seo i That it ebal! bo <
I obstruct tho street nt Hail:
I within tho corporate limit? of
BennettHvillo by allowing 13ii| I
?of any kind to stand mi or aci
for a longer period of timo t'
I ated ac any time.
Sec. 2. That every ltuilr< I
or corporation controling al:
pany within tho corporate 1
Town of HenncttBvillo fihnll 1
have a (logman plr.eoa nt Ut
I of Atlantic Coast Liuo Hailn
DOltsvillo aud Choiaw Hube
rival or departure of all tra'
trains or engines ut work o
said HtatiuiiH and tho oro*ni
Htrect, who nhill usa a Hag ii
anil a Lunierii at night to
Any Ibu hoad Company vio!
dinanco Hhall upon oonviotioi
'?M than lrivo nor tnor.; (,)
dretl Dollarn. And any Cor.
ticer on, any traiu arriving <..
operating a Traiu or Engii
n. r.r di par tit nie vi. ?ny t-vn.j Hbdijf?jwi
> liiill li fill ' lu*? ilia .Ts >" v
ty 1 . ii" <.?o bur.l;.?i)_ Pyijj
..M.-ri'r. t.? I, lT"\;',':.it fi V'S ?iori
I thirty bi ;:. Vi
Dono <i?id wLUii^d.ia Count ' 'N~
[day ot May, A. D.. 1904.
Notice of Con
NOTICE ?H herr by given that thu
of General SenaioiiH for th mu? v
Marlboro will couvena at Hem 1
tho Fourth Monday in JUNK
27th tiny thereof) 10,04, at b > ! .
in ami for thu county of Marloo . 1 1
of South Carolina. All porROU
will take due notice thereof.
J. A. BRA
Clerk Court of C. I
For Marlboro i
may 27, 1904. - ns
To Raise Supplies for tho
iug April 30,19C
lie it ordained by the Mayor
men ol the Town ol Benn?
by antbority ot the same,
lowing taxes be. and tb
hereby levied, anti shall bi
the Treasury tor the use ol
SECTION I. Killeen cen
one hundred dollars worth
personal property situate wu
porate limits of said town,
must be paid on or before lb
January 1905, and on all ta
by that time a penalty ot 50
be added and collected.
SEC. 2. That twenty one (:
levied on every one hundred
the assessed value of all real
al propperty. to pay the inte
bonds issued in aid ot the
Sumter and Northern Railn
cordance with the Act auth
samt;, approval December 2j
the further sum ol 5 cents o
ht: levied and collected lor th
providing lor the. sinking lu
vided by the above act: \
must tn: paid on or bet?re ,J
lyo5 and on all taxes not pa
time a penalty ol 50 per cent
Jed and collected.
SEC 3, That fourteen cer
3U every one bundled dollars
hallie ol all real and persona
10 pay the interest on the Mi
n aid ol the Klccuic Light B
Town ol Bcnncttsvillc, accor
i lio Acts ol the General Asst
J. authorizing the same; anti
?um of 4 cents on the $loo be
:ollected lor the purpose o
or the sinking lund, which
>e paid on or belore January
nul all taxes not paid at the
itipulated a paenalty of 50 pe.
ic atlded and collected.
Six: 4. That all persons liai
?n the streets, sidewalks anti
Town ol Bcnncttsyillc shall h
11 such duty for twelve mon
nencing tin thc brst day ol M:
laying lt) the (Jlcrk of Council
.ilion tax therefor of two tlol
ictorc the first day ol .lune, /
\ll persons tailing to pay sail
alion tax here provided tor,
ime specified or who shall rel
o work on said streets sid
vays al any time or times w
nonetl so to do hy order ol tb
ball lie subject to a line, two
:ach and every day of such
ailure so lo work, amt any <
shtnent thc Council may sec
Donn mid ratified in ('.mn
lay of May, A. I), 1904.
1?. A. ITODQK
ri. MCLAURIN, Clerk ami T
timber of the Leading
?S, ORGANS AND
ONDENCE OF EVERY ONE
IA iNTO, ORGAN or SEWING
WANTING T? EXCHANGE
KEW ONE. ."
lon to save You
we ask is that you
HAT YOU WANT.
where on request.
>r EASY PAYMENT PLAN.
.fll MACHINE CO.,
v: F ANTED !
From ONE to ONE
' Cows or Yearlings.
[GHEST PRIOE3 PAID.
c. s. MCCALL
?ril 21, 1904.
W 200 Pair Boys Knee
ts 20c to 75.
at C. B. Crosland's
Flowers ! Flowers !
[rs, Jno hs. Moore lins a fine
of Geraniums, Begonias
ns, 1'alnis and other plants,
I rooted, that she desires to
Cuttings 25o per dozen.
House of Representatives.
nm n candidate for to election to the
HU of ReprcHontutivcu, Hubjoct to the
I ou of the D?mocratie Prima y.
D. "D. MCCOI.L.
hereby rt'iuojnce myr.elf a i'ut'i'.Ma
.. tito He av- of Itup/cneutittivefi from j
larlljorn Couuty ??abjcct to ?thu rules of j
:ic i vm:.. ? .r h.- 1'ri/tiArr. ac?! j?!..tl. ,r I
JfK ? ??.-....., _ . ii unit
i|-v ' Kia hu mirnee ? ol karu?).*' " j
May (i, ) :.-i. NV. W. Bttcci?l '
For Clerk of Court.
> -eby uDuouDCO my Keif a candidate j
election to thc o Iii co of Clerk of |
!( ntl for Marlboro County, South Cato
m fi bject to tho rules of the Deruo
rtith I'runary, nuil pledge inyHelf to Blip
e DUtninCSfl t hereof.
.l.Vfl. A. DllAKB.
roliy announce myself OB a can?
; for the (lilice of Clerk of Court
arl boro County, subject to the
and regulations governing the
eratic Primary [Election.
Lewis M. COVINGTON.
roby i,nummee rnyuelf a candidato
a ?'Hice of Sherill' of Marlboro county
t to the nilen of thc Democratic Pri
mal iiledgo myself to nbidc tho rc
tbe Hume and Rapport thu nominecH
. primury election.
NV. A. HlNSUAW.
t 2. I904.
:reliy announce myself UH II candidate
ice of Sheriff of Marlboro County
coming 1'rimary Election. 1 pledge
? to abide by the result of paid Pri
Eleetion and to Htipport tho nominees |
il 4U1 1904. J. E. HOGERS.
oreby announce myself a candidate
n office of Khoriif of Marlboro county,
fc to tho notion of thu Democratic I
ry, and pitdgu myself to abido the
tliercof und to Hupport tile nominoOR
JAS P. McGlLVJlAY.
il 5II1. 1904.
Fe? County Supervisor.
ercby announce myself a candidate
?election to the ollice of Supervisor of
>ro county at thc coming primary
>o, subjeot to the mles governing the
and pledge myself to libido tho result
f and support the nomine e t (f Haid
.y ?loci ion.
/ i S, 1904 M. E. COWARD.
roby announce myself n candidato
1 ollice of County Supervisor, subject
. actina of thc Democratic primary
ng myself to abidu the result of the j
ami to Rapport thu nominees of Raid
- y election.
ii 9th, 190.1. A. J. JOKES.
iby annouaco inyHelf nR a candidate
tim office of County Supervisor,
to the action of tho Democratic
?li 2S, 1904. J. J. TAUT.
Superintendent of Eduoation
roby nuuounce myself a candidate
)le?:tlou to the office of County Sup
dent of Education, subject to thc
ol' tho Democratic Primary,
NV. IJ. STANTON.
il 26 1904.
For County Treasurer.
ercby ?aounofl mynelf n candidate
-election to tim office of County
urer-Subject to tho rulos governing
J. II. THOMAS,
It is Wise to Snsutrel
I represent as Agent, the tallowing Fire Insurance Companies,
which are as strong as are in the United Slates, 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.
AU having large assets left to their credit ;
The Home Fire Insurance Comoany ot New York,
The Western Assurance Company ol Toronto, Canada
The America Fire Insurance Co., ot Philadelphia
The Manchester Fire Ins., Co . of Manchester, England
The German American Fire Ins., Co , ol New York
The New York Underwriters, ol New York.
It is a grave respponsihility on agents when any one places their
Insurance with them, tor the public as a general rule know nothing
ask nothing ol 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 satislactory. I respecttully solicit
your Insurance business.
C. S. MoCALL.
Our I%T?-w Line
-THE DIRECT WAY
lETOIRTH, SOUTH .
BENNETTSVILLE & CHER AW R. R.
r\_r iw m ?%UJ?OU jmjsr -KJtr u ma to tar. "*
AIR LINE RAILWAY.
Leave Bennettsville *7.00 a. m.,
4 00 p. m.
6.00 p. m.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
* Direct connections at Cheraw with through trains to
the North, East, South and West.
The short line and quickest time to Wilmington, Charlotte. Atlanta,
<?*- D-i-i-i. t>:.i_i vir_i_:_._TJ_I.:_r>t-!i. J_I X._
roe snort uno anu <iuiciccst time to wilmington, Uhorlottc, Atlanta,
Raleigh, Richmond, Washington. Baltimore, Philadelphia, ISiew York,
BostoD. Buffalo, Pittsburg and all points North and East.
Tlio short line and quickest lime to Columbia, Savannah, Jacksonville,
Tampa. Montgomery. New Orleans and all points South and West.
Foi further information call on J. T. MEDLIN, agent Bennettsville &
Choraw R. lt.. Bennettsville.S. C., or address JOS. W. STEWART
T. P A.. SKAuo vnu Ant LINE RV.. Columbia, S. C.
CHARLES F. STEWART, A. G. P. A., S.A.L. Ry. Savannah, Ga
ill Ililli I iii iiinffii1
Do You want A GRAIN DRILL?
If so, Get The Best.
We sold in this County last season ELEVEN of Hie s' Far
mer's Favorite G-rain Drills," and every one of.|
them jj;ave -erfect satisfaction. Wo guarantee them iopleas?;
p.rtori wlnil w?. -nc ol'our customers have lo say :
MR. P. A. Ik. - G KS,
I am very much pleased willi (lie "Formers Favorite Grain
I > ri ll " * bou?lit of you last season. 1 have planted my crops of Oats, Wlicat. Peas
and Snrguin Cane, and it has piven nie sadsfaution. Where I have been punine
Four Bushels Oats when sowed willi hand, I lind Two and a Half Bushels IM Milli
eicnt wlieo sowed with Drill. Slgucd .J. F. BREEDEN,
This is to certify that we planted our crop of small grain with the "Fanner's
favorite Grain Drill" last sonson. and arc nlea-ed with it in every particular We
planted as much as six bushels Red Rust Prool'Oats per acre, and in cver-i instance
it eave us a perfect stand, and lias given entire uatisfaction. Wo heartily recom
mend it. Signed T, S. and E. W. EVANS.
MR I'. A, HODGES
Tlie '.Fanni-r's Favorite Grain Drill" bought of you has I
given entire satisfaction, and I heartily recommend it.
Signed J. C. HAMER.
-*> 6**e&oO"OOoe*oooe <*
See us if you Expect
to Buy a DHILIi.
Sept 16, 1(J03.
J. T. DOUGLAS. A. C. DOUGLAS
J.T. DOUGLAS & BROTHER,
Prncticiil Pharmacists and Dealers in
Ipiire jg) ru gs and patent ??Medicines,
Plain and Fancy Stationery and School Supplies
Paints? Oils, Yaoisli, Brushes,
G-LASS and PUTTY.
<^_FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO.^
??f* Prescriptions caref ully compounded al all /tours
and guaranteed to bo of Hie Purest Uruga and at
A full line ??arden Seed & Onion Sets.
Thankful for past liberal patronage wc solicit a continuanceof same
J. ?, DOUGLAS & URO.
Jannury ?Iv 190*. AT THE OT,? STAND
wnmi?; TO G?.:
' A WATCH i-? LUCK AMAN, it
NEKDS CLKANING OUT and UK
PAUtINO ouoe iu a while, I aui tho
Repairer and will give your Watch a
sure euro Treatment, IF YOU WILL
CALL ON MK AT MY OFFICE nest
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Benne?is.vi?ia & Cheraw Raiiroad
Coniuicucing Monday Nov. '.i, 1C03,
and until furl li r no'ice. trains between
Cheraw and Beunollsv?io will lie up orated
on the following f.hcdulo, daily except
WE?T HOUND THOM nBNNETTSVIM^
TRAIN Leave Huhnottsvillo ?'. 4? a
Len vc K?ll?ok's
7 4i) a in
T 5,0 a tn
[io A 00 p m
? ."(I p nt
.r> 5U p tn
. C (tl) p m
r:.\-l --IUNI miOM f i!!-i;A\>.
a A. >' I-'* ; \. hoi H tv ;. 10 j. tu
A? i? ri r>. i. . ?-vil?ti it $v? m
BAIN." I.-, iv.- Chet w fi ?25 p ni
Leave Ixoltock's '.. :'.u \ u>
? . Leave Kvcrct t s y Ml p m
Arrive Bennctlsville 10 20 p ni
' A. (J. PACK, SUPT.
Cheraw, Nov. 7, 1903.
Wt bay. W^^^^k^'1 WIa"
T^F of Me.
THE GREAT 30:h nay.
Produces the above results in 30 DAYS. It acta
powerfully and quickly. Cures when all others
fail. Young men and old men will rccovet their
youthtul vigor by using REVIVO. It quickly
and surely restores from effects of self-abuse or
excess and indiscretions Lost Manhood, Lost
Vitality, Impotency, Nightly Emissions, Lost
Power of either sex. Failing Memory, Wasting
Diseases, Insomnia, Nervousness, which unfits
one tor study, business or marriage. It not only
cures by startin;.; at the scat of disease, but is a
Great Nerve Tonic and Blood-Builder
and restores both vitality and strength to thr^^
muscular and nervous system, hringiru^-l'f?ck:
thc pink glow to pale cl\jff?-k:,\i<\ ria^foring the
Uro of youth. It wardi^olT Insanity and Con
sumption. Accept iio^?uhstilute. Insist on hav
ing REVIVO, no othi,7!r. It cm be carried in vest
pocket. By mail, (Ipi.00 per package, in plain
wrapper, or six foi/? $=>.oo, \4 jt?, a positive writ
ten guarantee toJcure ur rcluncl the money in
every package. !?For tree circular address
Roya! Medicine CoMT?KS?aor"i??
ale iif. Be
DOUGLAS & BRO.
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Nothinig has ^ever equalled it.
NothirJg can ever surpass it.
IL teg s
I A ryerfect l or All Throat and
(jure: Tung Troubles.
Montey hack if it fails. Trial Dottles free.
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Aryono seniliuu a sl;^lr!i and ?Ipsrrlnt?on mn?
oul.'iuy Mcorlaln nnr opinion feca wi.oilier ?u
invent lon l i iirulinM> viieiiluliliv ?'..:.unuiilea.
tl..i? M nt rici ly ci million! Int. 1 liuulttook un l*iitcnts
?cut froo. Oiliest UUOnoy r.ir > I'ciinnv 1'iitontn.
PM ont? taken tlirmiirli .Minni ?? t'o. rcccti'O
?Metal imf iff. ? lt limit liliiirte. In tlio
A. .?.-.. j. - vti... . ..r
A hiiii.laomoly itltwtrftled weekly
dilation of any eclonttfla loOmftl
roar; fourniontliB.il. t*olil
I nri0.it. ctr
.. 'J'erms. i;i rx
voiir; four montliB. >.".
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