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S? A, BltOWN - - - Editor
-?THd?Tj Jul?16/ 1904.
THE FOURTH AT MEDLIN.
It ia a oharmlng ami Hal uta ry custom that
baa bceu ougoudorcd amongst UH, of moot
lng annually, out in tho froo air, beneath
tho genial heaven?, to greet each other to
exchange Habitations nuil good wishes, to
cement ?till cloner tho friendships which
havo baffled tito jar? and Rhook? ot past
experience, and to mould Into ono family,
ap it were, tb eeo win? aro to Gil our places
when wo havo oroesed thc trent divide,
?nd repoHO iu tho ehndc of the troup, which
margin tho shores of tho belter lifo, io
Tho goodly custom possessed such ro
bust vitatity, that it survived thc fearful
dislocations of n civil war-HO tremend
ous in its devastation, ns to havo obliterated
nearly all thc beautiful and happy past of
our glorious country. Its foundations aro
built upon the noblest and beat character
istics of our nature; for after al!, tho im
perfections of mnn-his passions and his!
prejudices-bia rivalri-s and his jealousies
-there is deep down in thc human henri
ono aspiration, implanted by the benign
creator one of thoa-: Edon troc?s he still
inherits-thc aspiration for peace and cn
joy tuen t of tho love and goodwill of bin
fellowmen. To thc good and true, thone
with n proper interpretation of the obliga
tions nra duticH of life, wars, Btrifiv und
altercations are but fever Stages of exlB"
toucc-racked with pain aud wild with
fury, divested of evciy pleasant emotion,
leaving nothing in their impetuous career,
but tho unsubstantial ccstaoies of delirium
What ?H accounted glory, conquest, alas!
now often lose tho gratification they alford
by the self abtBcmeuc and veil reproach
they ca UM: when contemplated through
the linger und injustice by which tin
wcro won, when we rilbjot on them, i
tho sweet-calm of convalescence from the
malady of. the passions
At such a lime, ive rcali/.'i how infinitely
better it ia to love, than to hate our fellow
men-how mneh sweeter to bear with,
forgive and cherish, than hotly resent,
avenge and desi roy - ho.v much more
glorious it i.s to restrain mir passions, than
hammy subduu our follow men to ont i>
soulful nnd arbitrary will.
When, therefore, those who had endured
the trials and temptations nt lil'?, half II
century or more, had experienced the frail
ty and imperfection, ns well as the gco-1
that is, after all. really, in man, came t.
gather aod recognizing 'Miow good il i-i for
men to dwell together in unity," th s custom
of animally leaving home and meeting
fraternal congratulations was instituted
which will not. must not die; but be bold
in exhilirating perpetuity.
When the hurricane of a war, which
waa conducted with nuc? diab?lica! nui.
(SCSIHHU . ?. 'IM
Springs annual picnics; yea, verily otu
among thu grand old trees and the othoi
uttrnctioua of kindly nature, with the blue
heavens above inviting UH to lift ourselves
above the sordid und grovelling nniinosi
ties ol earth, and tile vitalizing brei ?sett
cooling tho fevered brow, the invigorating
water of lids famous spring, which has ?it.
taine,', such proud celebrity, and there in
no superior remedial agent in any locality,
wliut chaim in wanting t<i invite tho over
burdened heart tu empty itself of its cares
The 4U1 of July lyo.t, will bc remember
ed ns one of tho most enjoyable ever pass
cd at thia papular resort. Tho day was
bright and tho temperature such na tn
make, tho waler appreciated at its full
The crowd waa a ve ry large ono bm
with such 1 dined and intelligent apprecia
tion nf the obligations of social intercourse
thal there was not the slightest "rent in
tho white muslin robes of propriety.
A now feature wan added to thc usual
felicities by the military drill of the Tee
Dec Guards, under tho command of Cnpi
W. II. McIntyre. Thia company waa re
ccntly formed at Clio, but t-o intense ia tho
interest of tho young men, supplemented
by tho enthusiasm of their efficient com
mander that they executed thc different
cvolutiors with the accuracy and prompt
ness of veterans. Thia was an agreeable
surprise to their many friends, who were
so deeply interested in the success of tho
company. Ita organisations was encum
bered with many cmbarrnaing and appar
cutly insurmountable obstacles, but it,
ia happy to rollout, thal, in thu as in
other instances, determination is invigor
ated by opposition. Not succeeding m their
application for equipment by the slate,
with the nid of some i f thc patriotic citi
y.ctiH of (?lio, they uniformed themselves
nnd the Capt was kindly given tho usa of
thc D. M. Academy, of Va., ri:!--s by Munn
McIntyre, durai.,' tho vacation of thar, re
nowned school. Capt McIntyre isa young
innn of pronounced military tactics- he is a
lineal descendant of Cul llichard Howard
who wau in the Command nf hight Horse
linrry bee of Virginia, during thu revolu
In passing tlirougb our State lie was
so much enamored ol what is now
known as ,h lill ies Township in florence
county, that alter the war be returned
and bought a large nae ol land and
settled there. Capt McIntyre's paternal
grandfather, who was a doctor, a large
planter and an officer in thc army, mar
ried a daughter ol (!ol Howard and set.
tied in Marilin county, where be learn!
a'lamily of sons, all of whom bear on
their mutilated bodies thc evidence ol
lincoln pr o ni i sw g lal e?t y to their country
in ber sorest extremity < ?; I hese sons.
Capt Archibald McIntyre was killet!
while leading his company in a desp?r
alc charge on the sanguinary field ol
Sharpsburg; Capt linnean was twice
seriously wounded. Capt George lost an
arm at Fredcrickshurg; Capt doe was
shot down and reported killed, but oVei
a year niter the war he reached home,
and Col. Hobt, his lather, who lost an
arm ai the seigc ol Charleston.
, from thc above record il appc irs thai
Capt McIntyre could not be other than
deeply interested iii the success ol the
company which he lias the honor lo
command. He received his military
training at Bethel Academy, Va , al the
time wlu-n Col. Micah Jenkins was com
mandant ol the battalion ol cadets. Col.
Jenkins was a member ol I'resideni
Hoosevelts Rough Killer,, and was said
hy the President to be the bravest man
lu- ever knew. Capt McIntyre was senior
Captain ol lin- battalion.
Thc program on the 4th was the read
ing ot thc declaration of independence !
and introduction ot the orator ol the oe- j
casion by Col. McIntyre, bul he having
received a discouraging report of the
physical condition ot his son in Calilor*
ma could not respond to the duties in
volved. This he very deeply regretted,
us there were grave political problems
which he was anxious to discuss. We
sympathize deeply with the Colonel, who
has always chccrlully responded to all
c ill? in the past and spared no efforts to
advance the interests ol his adopted
county, in all enterprises looking to" her
proud developetne- r,
Col W. \V. \T i was called on to |
.ddre&s the crowd and responded elo-1
quently. He made many triends who
v. ill remember him on the day ol the |
We hope to see these ante bellum celei
bradons ot the 4th of July revived|
throughout the entire southern states.
lt alfords a splendid opportunity to im.
press some important tacts on 'Gie minds
.1 the youth ot our country.
The Pee Dec Guards, as a mark of
esteem arc invited to give an exhibition
ol their proficiency at lied Bluff on the
duly 8, 19O4. " QUELQUEFOIS.
HARLUOltO BAPTIST UNION.
Brownsville, July 30-31.
SATURDAY-io a. m., subject for dis?
cussion - "The revival ot religion
which is needed now. K. P. Kasterling
11 o'clock-"The pastor and people
J. J. liane.
12 o'clock-"The Duty ot Church
members to each other and to their
lellow men," U. L. Freeman.
SUNDAY-10 a rh. Sunday School Mass
meeting. Address by Kev A. T. Hogers
mi the Sunday School as a Religious
10 30-Address by J. P. Campbell on
. Suuday School and the Laymen"
11 o'clock-Missionary Sermon by
Rev. ll Ford.
P. C. Henley.
PEN AND SCISSQRQRAPHS
Mr. T. J. Drew of the Harts
ville Messenger died on Sunday
afternoon last of Typhoid fever.
Thc Rockingham District Con
terence will convene in tho Metho
dist church nt Gibson at 9.30 a.
m., .Inly 21.
Seven cases ot small pox are re
ported at Chesterfield. Cheraw
will please keep it on the other
side of the river.
Commissioner Watson has
arranged to settle some French
families in the Pee Dee section.
The county not name '. yet.
'flirt Daniel J. Sully will soon
Im In business again is the an
nouncement contained iii a state
ment issued by Mr. Sully's council.
Churlotte and Newborn, N. C.,
have both been won by the Prohi
bition party in ii recent election.
?'.otb cities did a big liquor busi
.... ;_,.), ,lS Lbfl i wale i . !
lii.'hui? Uki m O?d douiUy of all-:
Bl'i'll -v. Thou "na :. ;,?M<; o : : r < c !
tia ? o 00 'i*/iib vron-tria-for asa JV* tv
Senator Tillman's choice for thc
Presidential nomination is Judge
George Gray, of Delaware, an origi
nal Gold Democrat, and a close
friend of Cleveland. Verily, "thc
times change and we change with
Thc go vor nmo nt is contempla
ting at Columbia, S. C., a dam for
tho bo ne tit of the navigation bf
thc Congarce. The Columbia Mcc
ord wants the event to be celebra
ted, and wo agree there ought to
lie ii dam celebration of some sort.
- Wilmington Star.
The question oi biennial sessions
of tlie legislature is to be voted ou
this year. Some predict that the
measure will bc defeated, but it ia
hardly probablo that the people
will allow this opportunity of cur
tailing expenses to pass.
Should tliacopstitufional amend
neut ho earned it save something
like $50,000 every two years.
Siivud From Torriblo Doath.
The family of Mrs. M. L. tliobbitt of
Wgerton. Tenn., saw lier dving and
ver.i powerless to save her. The most
killful physicians and every remedy used
ailed, while consumption was slowly hut
uroly taking lier life. In this terrible
mur Pr. King's New Discovery for Con
um pt ion turned despair into joy. Th
r.?t holde brought ?inmediato relief and
is continued use completely cured her.
l's I ho most certain cure in the world
tr ali throat and lung troubles. Guaran
.ed (ioltICH 50c and $1 DO Trial Pottles
'ree at .1. T. Douglas Drug Store.
Thc attention.of tho young mon
f this county is called to tho an
ouccmcnt for fall session of thu
?inc honored institution. It is not
JO soon to begin to look about, for
lie school that will please you
est. A postal to thc President or
ecrctary will bring you thc in
M unition you desire.
A Wry Close Cull.
' I >imd; lo my engine, although every
im ached ami every nervo was rocked
iii pain." writes C. VV. Bellamy, a lo
motive fireman, of burlington, low;
was weak end palo, without appetite
I :ill run down. As 1 was about to give
> J got :i hollie ol' Klcetrie Pitiers and
t r bikini: it. I felt as well as 1 ever did
my life." Weak, sickly, run down pen
ulwiys '-rain new life, strength and
for from their uno. T,y thom. Sa'is
timi guaranteed by .1. T. Douglas,
ice 50 cents.
Mason's Fruit Jurs at
\V. M. Rowe's
t is exceptional to lind a family when
re are no domestic ruptures occasion
', but llic-e cati he lessened by having
Kings's New bife Pill" around. Much
ible they s ive hy their great work in
mach and Liver troubles They not
/ ivlieve you but cure, 25o at .1, T.
lglas Drug Store.
loyal Baking Powders at
VV. M. Uowo'fc'.
While handling a gun that was out of
order is usually the story. Now. in
order to prevent accidental killiug
and to he sure aud kill when you
want to, I have employed an expert
Gunsmith from Charleston, 8. C., who
hsB ray gun repairing depnrtmoit in
charge, Wo aro prepared to do any
kind of lino gun repairing iu factory
order. Givo us a trial hud you will
bc convinced iiinl wo aro prepared to
give you satisfaction in price, work
manship and promptness
H. J. PKAU80N,
The Examination Friday.
Tho examinations for the oiTered
Scholarships of Winthrop, Clem
son, South Carolina College and
College of Charleston, were held at
thc Graded School Auditorium on
Friday last. There were 7 for Win
throp, 8 for Clemson, and 1 each
for the other two, leaving one va
cancy still in tlie South Carolina
without an applicant. Supt Stan
ton sent all thc papers, except Clem
son, oil* on Saturday. The County
Hoard met again yesterday lo exam
ine thc Clemson papers, but the
absence of a member of thc Board
called to thc funeral of Capt N. M.
Gibson at McColl, the Board ad
journed to meet to-day lo completo
The Democrat returns thanks to
Mr. B. H. Covington for the first
Tho Killing Passion.
The pupers tell of a negro boy
in Cleveland who dropped a piece
of watermelon to save a child from
being mu over by a car, but wo
are not belicvidg it, unless bc had
eaton all but the rind.-Montgom
Some Nice Cabbage.
We return hearty thanks ID
Mr. W. W. Bundy, tho hustl
ing superintendent for Mr S M
Breeden, for a treat of some
ls displayed by many a man enduring
pains ol' accidental Cms. Wounds. Bruises
Bums, Scalds, Sore feet or still'joints.
But there's no need for it. Bucklon's
Aimcu Salve wid kill the pain and cure
thc trouble, lt's the best Salve oe earth
for Biles, too l?rm at J. T. Douglas Drug
OAK RIDGE CEMETERY
Notice is hereby given that an assess
ment ol'one dollar has been levied upon
nach lot in the above cemetery to delray
thc expenses of keeping' it. and the own
SPARTANBUIKi, S. C.
[IENIIV N. SNYUKK, Liu. 1).. M. A.,
Four full College courses. Favorable
airroundings Cleveland Science Hall.
lyiunaMUin Athletic erounds. Mst year
?cgi ns Sept. 21st 1904.
For Catalogue apply to.
J. A QAM FAVELL, Secret try
A/0FF0RD COLLEGE FITTING
SCHOOL, Spartanbtirg, S- 0
Elegant new building. Carelul attention
to individual student. Board anil tui
tion for year $iio, All inlormation
;iven by . A. M Du PUK,
July il, Biol Head Master
ITATE OF SOUTH CAROL TN A
COUNTY or MARMIOUO.
CLEMENT MANLY, Plaintiff,
\ A. Blythe, P. li. Corr, and II
'ummons for Relief- Complaint
u /Ae Defemhtnt*. T. A, Blythe, P. Ii
Corr and H. E. Fries,
You are hereby Summoned ami rcquir
1 tn answer ihc complaint ?ti this action,
Inch i"> hied in the oilice ol'thc Clerk of
ie Court of Coumion Pleas in and I'm
ie County and State aforesaid, und to
irve a copy ol your answer lo thc said
uinpluiut on thc subscriber at his oilice
i BEN NETTS VI ELE. S. C., within
I'cnty days after thc sur vice hereof, cx
llsive ol' thc da> ol' such service- ; and
you fail to answer the complain I with
thc time aforesaid, the plaint ?IT in
tis action wili apply io the Court for
ic relief demanded in the complaint.
Dated .June -Jd, A. I) , 1904.
ISE.M.. I .). A. DltAKE, Clerk.
T. W. BOUCHIER,
i [lie Defendants. T A. Blythe, 1'. ll.
Corr anti ll. 10 Fries :
Please take notice that the Summon
I his ?iel ion, ol' which the Ibrcgninu is
uopy, was (?lcd in the oilice ol the Clerk
the. Court ol' Common Pleas at Ben
ttsville, in the county of Marlboro in
a Stfite cd' South Carolina on (he Ltsth
y ol' dune, A. D., 1904.
T. W. BOUCHIER.
Bcnnettsville, S. 0
June l l. 1904-Ct
GOING TO MOVE.
Dr. .J. A. Poison wiil move in
nis oilice on Darlington Stree!
eist of July. Oilice will be
und midway between .1. T.
inglas's Drug Store anti .J udge
idson's oilice. Look lor his
;n in front of oilice.
June 16, 1904.
New Law Firm.
POTICE is hereby given that we
' have this day lor?ncd a co p utner
) under the firm name bf NEWTON &
ENS for the practice ol law in all thc
ins. All business entrusted lo us
ll receive prompt and careful atten
ll. H. NEWTON.
JKNNINCS K OWENS,
cnncttsville, S< C., Jur.c 14, 1904.
For GonereBs-Giii DiyUictM
I hereby announce mys-H a candidate
tor nomination to Congress boin the
sixth district subject lu the Democratic
I hereby announc myself a candidate
tor Congress from ihe Sixth Congress
ional District, subj sci tc '-iv. He::*---:.s*ic
July I, 04 W. '. psirg?n.
Houso of Representatives!
I hereby announc 'ii>:>.-it as .1 candi
date for thc House ol ?tepresentatives,
subject to the rules >i the Democratic '
primary and pledge myseli to abide the
result of same and s pporl thc nominees
SIMKON ,1.. Mei.-.xis.
July 14th 1904.
I am a ciudlduto for io ulcollou io tho
IIOUBO of ItoprcBoutat ?vu-, subjuut 'otho
notion o? tho Dornoori.'':?? Prim?! y.
D. D. McCoLt., J?.
I hereby announco -elf n candidate,
for tho IIOUBO of I ; rosmitatives from
Marlboro County subject ii tho. 1 Ins of
tho Democratic Pi '. ?ledge
inysolt to abide tb? esult thereof and
support tho nominees rfucni
May 6, 1904. W. A. ~i\n> 'a.
For Clerk : Couti,.
I hereby nuuuunc inj ilf 11 candidate
for re-election to th. . ? Cl rk of
Court for Marlboro C - lUtli Oaio
lina, Hiibjeet to tho -, ? the Demo
oratio Primary, and pindi; . sup*
port thc imminent th
d.\s. A. DUAKE.
April 25th, 1904.
I hereby announce .?.?': . candidate
for Clerk of Court BU ut to in t on of
tho Democratic Primary,
lt L. V RRr.M IN.
I hereby annonuce myself .< ti ean
ditlate for the oilici off rk o? Court
for Marlboro County, ?ubjerf n the
rules and r?gul?t ' - tlie
LEWIE >V . . >N;
I hereby announci
the ollicc ol Sheriff 1
subject to thc rule:
.rani lacy tor
I hereby announce
for ro-olootion to the
Marlboro county, Milb
illo Democratic Prim:
to abiilo thc result of
tito nomino* e thereof.
Jnly S, 1904.
I hereby announc
Jaie lor office ol :
County at the comin
I pledge myself to a
??aid Primary Klect
ihe nominees ol sam
. . 1 or
Y ;.i _
ti .; i<>
! .,t.r<.l-v :\"! o _ irirvelt .-,\* -rv.*'; 'ate
.;y tht-t.m c. < ! k> .*n?i:rr.i'- j'jrjfl
?1 r' \'j r,he i'uf jfl of >e?;r.'- .- \'.\
-. ,?.>.. und pie : ui>'* " i L?j ..? O.c iii
mit of tho Burne and hupp tl inn iocs
if paid primary clooUou
V\. A. ?Drir.?AY/.
Muy 2. 1904.
I hereby announce : ? date
or ofliec of Sheriff
it thc com i u g Prima
nypelf to abidu by tl
nary Election and to
if tho panic.
April 4th 1904.
I hereby nunoun
or tho office of Slio
abject lo tlio act
'rimary, and pied;
oault thereof and I
if thc Hame.
April 5lb, 1904.
I hereby aunoiu
or re-election to tl
lection, RU bj not tc 1
?ran, and pledge 11
hereof and Hiippc
ri mai y election.
May iS, 1904
' ' uuty
1 . ledge
ippott . lineen
j. ll R?fJFiftS.
I hereby annou
jr the olllco of C
i tiic action of
ledging mynelf ti
line, and to Hupp
April 9th, 1904
for tho office
ibjcct to thc ai
Meli 2S, 1904.
I hereby annoi
r re-election to
intendeat of E
tio:i of tho De
April 2C) 1904.
, vinor of
lt of thu
'. . JONES.
t to Hie
1 hereby anni
iry election, |
2 resuit thcr
minces of the
J une *2. 190
myself a i
I hereby nnoi
lule N'o 1 I.
plant run :
1 mod a ted af
; per hour o
lied the nial
ule No. 1
:tric Kans 1
lar per mm
? rt ; tiercel
.1 tO ttlL I.'
ig length t
i ?iii e.ii'! lie
bri t Kate.
ill be ac
iree I lol?,
.1 pay One
We are Agents for a number of the Leading
High G-rade PIANOS. ORGANS AMD
I AND SOLICIT TILE CORRESPONDENCE OF EVERY ONE
Wanting to Buy a NEW PIANO, ORGAN or SEWING
MACHINE, or ANY ONE WANTING TO EXCHANGE
TUE III OLD ONE FOR A NEW ONE.
We are in position to save You
Money, and all we ask is that you
LET US KNOW ^WHAT YOU WANT.
. B&~ OUR SALESMEN .scat 'anywhere on request.
We sell either for cash or EASY PAYMENT" PLAN.
(BENNETT & COVINGTON, Proprietors )
CLiIo, - SL C
FRESH BREAD ? ROLLS
j THREE TIMES A WEEK.
MIL R. F. SntJLTZ HAVING CLOSED HIS BAKERY HERE, I
have arranged to keep a supply of FRESH BREAD, ROLLS AND
CAKES of his splendid .make nt my Store for ihe accommodation of the
Trade. Shipments received fresh three times a week, and orders can be filled
daily as wanted by customer:?. I guarantee prompt servioe.
Mureil 3, 1904- W. M. HOWE.
?TO THE PUBLIC.
I betj; to inform thc Public that I represent some Ol
tT??> hpct TTTIPTT TTVT?3TTT? A TVTptTJ1 *r>~~~ -
in the world. Liberal ::s to Terni? mid Rates.
Mareh 10. 1001. JNO. S. MOORE,
AN SUPPLY YOUR WITS.
NO USU TO WORRY, BUT COME RIG HT ON TO
. : Dry C^oo''-^. OlotniB!/, Sh??s, t\ oiions
And Fancy Groceries.
U&" Fresh Water Ground MEAL and HOMINY a specialty.
We Keep a full line in each Department and will fill your Wants in each
AT THE LOWEST PRICKS.
When yon come to Town call and see us. Phone orders in town delivered
FRUJE, and satisfaction guaranteed.
Call and see us-Near Do u ul as* Drug Store.
8?"- no Serge Coats und Vests
in Longs, Stouts, and R?gulais.}
at the C. B. Crosland Co.
SPECIAL TO LADIES.
We have a large assortment of
Spring and Summer Dress Good
which wo aro now selling at very I
low pri?es, Ladies are especially in
vited to call and inspect same.
Doini: early if you wish to secure
STU A uss A: Co.
83gr" See our late things in ?
[judies Neck Wear, at
.vC B. Crosland's i
rf.fUlO IhlMncfH recently known a? tb?
X OLIO- NOVELTY M AN ll FC TU
HING CO . will liercaftci bo known u
THE CLIO NOVELTY MANUKAC
TU Lt I NC WORKS, wMi F. ll. IVEY
Mile owner and director.
The latest improved wood workin
machines are being placed lor doing all
kiuds til'Novelty work for builders use al
Mr. P, A. [lodges is agent at Menuett
ville aud will take your orders.
VOn SALE 2
A llicycle for a lady or Gents
:olor Black or Blue with 2? in
vhccls and rubber tiros.
S. J. Pearson.
iVE STILL FEED
WHEN in town and you want n good
incut, remember wo eau Herve you.
A good mea', lor 25c. KeHtuurtint
north of tho Market.
FRESH OYSTERS in every Htylc.
1). J. BRAYBOY
1 Bennettsville & Cheraw Railroad
JO** -Nfir QT^jj? MS w tfil
? Jj 1 K . ??;?,
CHANUK OK SCHEDULE.
S ISA BOARD Air Line RAILWAY.
The Seaboard Air Line l'y eclied1.
le was changed on January lOtb.
rains leave Cheraw,S. C., as follows.
orthhound No (iii nt 8:05 a. ni,
.' No 50 at 9:24 p. m.
nithhound No 07 nt 8:05 a. m.
No 27 tu 10:40 p. m.
Thc Bennettsville and Cheraw IL
., leaving Bennettsville at ti. 45 a.
., connect with No <?i> and No .>!.
Thc afternoon tiain leaving Hen?
ittsville at 1 p. III. gives lien net is
Ile people un opportunity to take
tins No 50 and No 27.
J puni:.li Assaults and Assaults ,fc
Batteries, and proscribe a punish -
ment for same :
Any person who within the corporate
lits ol the Town ol Bennettsville shall
lely. angrily and violently strike or
empt to strike the person ol another
ihout any good and sufficient cause
ill bc deemed guilty ol a misdemeanor
I upon conviction shall be lined in a
n not exceeding One Hundred |)oi
?i or bfi imprisoned not exceeding 30
;s or work on the public roads ol the
itt lor a like number ot days,
lone and ratified in Council this 24th
' ol June I904.
P. Ai HODGES, Mayor,
Commencing Munday Nov. 'J, IC03,
and until further notice, trains hot weet.
Cheraw und Bennettsville will lie operated
on tho following fchedulc, daily oxcep
WEST HOUND FROM BENNETTSVILLE
Leave K ol lock's
fl 45 a m
7 1?5 a in
7 IU a ni
7 50 a in
.I ou p ni
5 30 p in
ft oil p m
ti Ol) p m
BAST BOUND FROM OH ER AW.
s 10 a in
8 20 a in
8 li? o tn
00 a m
9 LT) p tn
fl 30 p 111
'.) 50 p ui
Arrive Bennettsville In 'JO p m
A. C. PAGE, SUPT
Cheraw, Nov. 7, 1003.
ngillin 1111 II II MIHI um 1
KILL THE COUGH
AND CURE THE LUNGS
0UGHS and 60c & $1.00
OLDS Freo Trial.
Surest and Quickest Curo for all
THROAT and LUNO TROUB
LES, or MONEY BACK.
To discover who luis t he weaker
Hide of an argument wait and see
which is the first to liogin calling
lt is Wise to Mns?tre*
I represent as Agent, the tallowing Fire Insurance < mr j.m.ii s,
which are as strong as are in the United States, having fi?ftftrVj
through and paid all claims in .the large alni destructive lires of jtv-j
cities ol' Baltimore, Md., Toronto, (bmrol.-, and Kochesf.r. N V.
AH having large assets left to their credit ;
The Home Fire Insurance Compady ol New York,
'I he Western Assurance Company ol Toronto. Canada
The America Fire Insurance Co., ol L'hijadeiphi-?
The Manchester Fire Ins.. Co . ol Manchester, Kngland
Thc German American Fire Ins., (Jo, ol New York
Thc New York Underwriters, ol New York.
lt is a grave rcspponsibility on agents when any one places their
Insurance with them, lor thc public as a general rule know nothing
ask nothing ot the standing of the different Insurance Companies,
and rely on the judgement ot the agent. I have never had a loss
but'that was settled promptly and satisfactory. 1 respectlully solicit
your Insurance business.
C. S. McCALiIt.
M HARDWARE Ol? M? B???ll
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Due second hand 60
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l* lumd wUMVi WINKLE'Miy, mtmi
' Sie ?a-?ns mentioned abott? hs>e Q&QO?...rj.-?.v.ir?
bv?r? AH worn parts replaced %it;li ne
ones,and tiley are guaraiibcoa iv
July 14, 1904..."
Our Mew Lfiine
-Tri 13 DUIECT WAY
BENNETTS VILLE & CHER AW. R. li
AIR LINE Ix A IL WA Y. >
Leave Beunettsvillc *7.00 a. m., I 00 j?, ir?.
Arrive Clioraw *7.50 a. m., 6.00 j?, ru.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
* Direct connections at Ch craw with through trains to
the North, East, South and West.
The short line and quickest time m Wilmington, Charlotte. A titirita,
Haleigh, Richmond, Washington. Baltimore; PhiMch Ilia, ?New York,
Boston. Buffalo, Pittsburg and all points North abd East.
Tho .?hort line and quickest time to Columbia, Knriiriti'ih Jucksonville,
Tampa. Montgomery. New Orleans lind td] pnint.-i Si nilli ron! Wot.
Foi further information call on J.'J'. MEDLIN, ?geni Hcnncltsviilo &
Cheraw lt. II.. Benncttsvillc,S. C., nr ;uldrc?.s JCS W, STEWART
T P A., SEABOARD AIR LINE Hr., Columbia, s. r
5 . ?
CHARLES F. STEWART, A. G. P. A . S.A L. Hy, Savannah. Ga.
T. DOUGLAS. ' A. 0. DOUG]
J8T. DOUGLAS & BR0THE?
Practical Plianhacists and Dealers hi
^nrc ?rugs and ^?teiil ||$! edie ip
am and Fancy Stationery and School Supplie
Paints, Oils, Yarxrislt, BEHsii.es,
GLASS and PUTTY.
<^FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
teer Prescriptions carefully compounded ac alt hours
and guaranteed to be of Hie i'urest Drugs and at
full line barden Seed & Onion Sets,
lianJeful for past liberal patronage wc solicit a cordinuanceof sam
J. T. DOUBLAH BRO.
..,"",, . \ AT THE OI.3? ST AM?
lanuryj 1, 1'JOl.