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BENNETTSYILLE, S, C.
BIT ?. A. IIKOWN A CO.
Office on Marion Street Opposite
Friday August 23, 1907.
Oar Town Government*
MAYOR-1\ A. Hodges
ALDERMEN- Throop Crosland, 0. 8.
Chaffin, P. A. MeKefiar, F. G. Hollis.
CLERK SC TREASURER-Milton Mc?
Laurin, Oilicc open dally.
POLIOS-W T Kelly, WM Atkinson
??!'??'. .' "-1,. . ' - ..jj.Jg
Marlboro County Officers.
SUERIPP-J. B. GrooD
CLERK OP COURT-J. A. Drake
JUDOS OP PROBATE-M. MoLaurin
CORONER-G. A, McCall
(SUPERVISOR-Frank Mannins?, Jr.
BUPI. ?DUCATION-A. L. Bastorling
TREASURER-N. B. llogors
AuiiTOR-James P, Campboll
SENATOR-Thos. I. Bogers
BBPREBBNTATIVKS-D. D. MoColl, Jr.
J J. Lano, J. P. Gibsou
M..uih?..*ES-C D. Eastcrling, and
6. J. Melanin, Bonnottsvillo,
U. L. MoLaurin, MoColl
John A. Calhoun. Clio.
W. J. Atkinson, Blenheim.
J. MoB. Hurloy, Brightsvillo,
W. W. Irby, Smithvillo.
lienncttsville Church Directory
METHODIST-M. W. HOOK, P. C.
Sunday sohool 4 00 p. m. Proaohing at
11.00 a. m. and7.30 p.m. Prayor moot
ing Wcdnosday ovemng at 4.00 o olook.
Superintendent Sunday sohool, Phd. A.
BAPTIST-Hov. Chas A, Jones, Pautar
Sunday sohool at 10.00. Proaohio? Sun
day at 11.00 a. m., and 7.30 p. m. Prayor
mooting Thursday cvoniug at 8 o'olook.
Superintendent ol' Sunday sohool. H. W.
PRESBYTERIAN-Bunyan MoLcod Ph.
D., Pastor. Sorvioos every Sabbath
(summer) ll a.m. and 8 30p.m.; (winter)
ll a. ra. and 7.30 p. m. Prayor mooting
Thursday 8 p. m. Scats freo. Strangers
cordially invited. Sunday sohool ovory
Sunday IO a. m. Superintendent, P. A.
MoKcllar. AU parents and children mado
welcome at thc sohool.
Conniy Church Directory.
Bennettsvillo Circuit Appointments
REV. A. T. DUNLAP, P. C.
First Sunday-ll a.m , Pine Grove
3 p. m., Smyrna.
Second Sunday, ll a. m. McColl
3 p. in, Beauty Spot
Third Sunday-11 a. m., Pine Grove
3 p. m, Smyrna
Fourth Suuday, ll a. m. McColl
3 n. m. Beauty Snot
Glcfihtvn Ciro iii At?par>. r>
Air Ht ?3 leajay, li'-'."'? 1 nit
SooonO, Huh day, ' > \ . ; lu, in
JChtrd buuuuy. neuron il a.m.
Ebenezer 3.30 p. m.
Fourth Sunday Parnassus ll a. m.
Ziou 3.30 p. m.
Clio Circuit Appointments.
REV. P. ll. BHULER, P. C.
Clio-Preaching ovory Sunday morning
at ll o'clock. Epworth League Sun
day night at 8 o'clock. Suuday school
at 10 a. m. VV. A. Hinshaw, Supt
Prayer meeting Monday night at 8.
Beulah -Preaching every Sunday aft al
4 o'clock. Sunday school at 3. R.
M. Jackson, Supt.
North Marlboro Circuit.
REV. J. L. MULLINlX, P. e.
First Sunday, Oak Grovo, 10.30 a ra.
PloaBaut Hill 1,30 p ni.
New Hopo, 3,30 p. rn.
Second Sunday, Shiloh 11 a. m.
Ebenc/.or 3.30 p, iu.
Third Sunday, Now Hopo io 30 a. m.
PloaBaut Hill 1 30 p. m.
Oak Grovo, 3 30 p. m.
Fourth Suuday, Ebenezer 11 a ta.
Shiloh, 3 30 p, ni.
REV. P. J!. INORAHAM, P. M.
Bethel first and third Suuday at 11 a. m.
Boykin . * 44 at 3.30 pm
Boykin second and fourth at 11 a. m.
Antioch pecond und fourth at 3.30 p m.
Directory of Benncttsvllle Lodges
CONSOLIDATED LODGE NO. 15, K. ol
P., moots every second and fourth Mon
day nights at 7.30 o'clock.
C. VV. Crosland, C. 0.
C. D. Kastcrling, IC of lt. & S.
MARLBORO LODGE NO. 88, moots al
Bonnettsvillc, Friday evening, on or bo
lero each full moon ut 8 o'clock.
J. P. Kinney, W. M.
R. M. Pratt, Secretary.
County Masonic Directory.
MARLOORO CHAPTER NO. 30 R. A.
M., meets at Bonnottsvillo on the first
Friday night after the full moon of cooli
T. E. MoCall, II. P.
IL E. Stockton, Scoretary.
EUREKA LODQE NO. 43, A. F. M.,
moots at McColl, each Saturday after
noon, boforc tho full moon,at 4 o'olook.
\ AURORA LODGE No. 33, A. F. M.,
meets at Clio, Saturday on or after each
full moon at 3 o'clock, p. m.
1>. McQueen, W; M.
T. A. Covington, Secretary.
BRUNS LODGE NO. 118 meets on Fri.
day afternoon on or before each lull
moon at Blenheim at 3 o'clock.
J. E. Rogers, W. M.
W. W. Bruce, Sec'y
Speoials at Moore's,
Can nod Trino 2()o each or 2 for
,. Heinzs Pieklo- fresh and good,
Frosh jolly-assortod--only 10.
Armour's Sausage in tomato
Anuna otdv If? T>ntS.
to Wino Vinegar
#f ph kita .
Mr. J. A. Drake spout Friday
Mrs John J. Poarson loaves to
day to visit relatives in Florence.
Mrs 8. M. Breeden and child
ren are visiting in Chesterfield.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Breedon
loft yesterday for Mt Vernon
Mrs. Thomas Fraser and ChiL
dren leave to morrow to visit her
sou in Hurtsville.
We regret to learn that Mr.
Wallace Swann has boon very ill
for several days,
Miss May mo Spears who have
been visiting rotativos in Claren
don has returned home.
Mr. Jas. C. Breoden lestyostor
day to snood a few days with his
brother Eugene in Atlanta.
Mr. Joseph E. Johnson of tho
New York Cotton Exchange was
hero Friday and Saturday.
We regret to learn of tho ex
treme illness of Mr. Zack Drake,
Jr. who is at Ashville, N. C.
Mr, Robert Edens of Sumter
has been spending a few days
with relatives and friends in tho
Mr. and Mrs W, M. Pordew
of Greensboro, have boon spend
ing somo time hero with rola
Miss Ida and Daisy Bounds
who have boen spondiug some
timo with their sister itt Claren
don havo como homo.
Mr. G. Sims Eastorliug. the
clover young assistant at our
post-office visited Fayetteville
and Wilmington this week.
Mrs T. J. Wooten of Maxton
N. C., spent Tuesday night with
lier sister, Mrs. J. T Eason, on
her way to Camden S. C., to vis
it her son,
Mr G. B. Barrett has accepted
a position in the Railroad Shops
at Flui euee and moved Ins fami
Mrs. Barrett and sisters Misses
Lena and Susie Powers, who
have boen visiting their sister
Mrs Willie Dingle in Clarendon,
have returned home.
Mrs Sadie Weatherly is now
in charge of the Postal Tele
graph Oflice hero. Messages
are taken subject of course to
delay, incident to the strike now
Mr. and Mrs J. M. Genes,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jackson left
Sunday for Charleston and the
Isle of Palms, and other points
Mr. B. F. Earle, of Anderson,
the State Organizer of the Farm
ers Union, was hero Saturday,
and met a nnmbor of r>,,,< 'oftdin?
Mrs wol Brown and children,
have gone to Glen Springs and
now Sol is fretting as to when
they will como. back. He says
ho is no house-keeper if he does
Mr. J, N. McCall of near Dil
lon, who has boen visiting rela
tives in tho old North State,
caine by and spent Tuesday and
Wednesday witn friends in Ben
Baptist, Church Sunday.
Rev. E. P. Eastorliug, now of
Greenwood, will address the Sunday
School of the Baptist church on Sun
day morning, aud will preach at ll
Tho following from Marlboro wero
registered at tho Exposition last
Bennottsville-Mr. and Mrs C. B
Crosland, Marguerite ami Lillian
Crosland Mary and Louise Crosland,
Edith Hodges, Mrs Henry C. Cot
(ingham, Vaneo Coningham, Mollie
Breeden, Grace Mitchell, C. A Doug
las Mr. and Mrs E. D. Mooro.
McColl-Margie McLauriu, Virgie
McLaurin, IOsta Willis, Annie Mein
; tyre, Mr. and Mrs J H Mcintyre,
t Tatum-Nan Easierling, Knox
Tatum, Ada Tatum.
Blenheim-J. T. Brigman and
I have the Goods
I wish to inform my trieuds that in
addition to the NKW AIUUVAI.H TO
my Stock of FAMILY 0 HOOK It I HS
I have added a nice line of SHOKS
for Ladies and Gents-the well
known "Society King"-tho Shoe
that giveB satisfaction, in comfort
and wear Call and ste them.
July 25, 1907.
.- - - ? -ak. ? - -?-.
NOW WITH H. W. CARROLL.
Mr. W. PEARSON, tho .leweler,
lias moved in with H. W. Car
roll and will assist in running
the Repairing and Optical de
partment of Carroll's Jewelry
Store. Mr. Carroll has recently
equipped his store with the la
test Optical Instruments, and
is prepared to correct difficult
cases of defectivo visions.
I AM Ni,W PREPARED TO OLEAN and
I REPAIR HARNESS on short notion.
Como and soo ino.
Nt-xt Door to LOWIH' Stallion.
H. Ks SWANN.
July 10, 1907.
TOWN AND COUNTY NJBW8.
- Fine seasons
- Plant turnips
- Full moon this morning.
- Masons moot this ovoulng.
- Wo roturn thanks to H. D.
Grace for favors.
-- Mr. J. T. Weatherford has
our thanks for a basket of choice
- The seats for the now Pres
byterian church have arrived
and are being placed in position.
- We regrot to learn that
there ls no favorable chango in
the condition of Rowau Powe.
-Mr. W, H. Hubbard was hero
Tuesday with a two horse wagon
load of fine molons,
- Special atteutiou ?is askod to tho
announcement of Mopsrs Mooro & Co.
in this issuo. Thoy waut to help the
farmers savo money.
S&f" Just roeoivod a nico liuo of Box
Paper from 25c to OOo at Bonnottsvillc
Book Store, next to Dr. Faisou's office
Kimon Bros., Props.
- You will not dread the sound
of the tiro boll if you have an in
surance policy on furniture,
goods, storo or rosidonco with J.
- Try a package of Chase &
Sanborn's Coffee, and if not the
best you ever used, don't pay
for it-20, 2f> and 35c.
W. M. R?wo.
(Cjr Send your Kodak Films to the
Reonnottsville Book Storo and have
yonr pictures finished up-to-date at
reasonable prices. Eason Bros. Props.
Best New Orleans Syrup
at W. M. Rowe's
Bioy* Write or Phone Bennettsvillc
Book Storo. Phone No. 228, when you
oeod any?liing in Stationery, Books
Magazines, Kodaks and Fd ms.
Eason Bros., Props.
Heinz' Baked Beans with to
mato sauce, always fresh
W. M. Rowe's.
- Wiley's Candies always
frosh at Bennettsvillo Pharma
cy Darlington street.
lt its a Piano or Organ
you want, seo Strauss & Co.,
they will talk easy payments
Heinzs Preserves and apple
Butter at Claude T. Moore's.
"My, my ! what a dandy suit : can
you tell me where you got it?'' "Yes,
Mr. Mnxcy Strauss took my measure,
and lie bas never failed yet.
Fresh Mack rel at C. T.
02?" 1 am now propared to
furnish homo made Meal and
Hominy. C. T. Moore.
"EVERYBODY SHOULD KNOW"
CALL ON IVIE
When in want of Choice Fruit,
FANCY GROCERIES, or
the latest Summer Drinks.
Next door to Domoorat Oftico
T. W. MOORE.
March 14, 1907.
" Regular As Thc Sun "
is an expression :?s old as the race No j
doubt the rising and sotting of the sun
is the most regular performance in ihe
universe, vtlless it is the action of the
liver and bowels when regulated with
'Dr. King's New Life Pills. Guaranteed
by J. T. Douglas Druggist. 25c.
I will mail you free, to provo morit,
sumplcs of my Dr. Shoop'H Restorative, and
my book on cither Dyspopaia. Tho Illari
or Tho Kidneys, Troubles of tho Stom
?ioho, Heart or Kidneys, aro morely sym
ptoniB of a decpor ailment. Don't make
tho common error of fronting HyintoiuB on
ly. Symptom treatment is troatiui? tho
result of your ailmont, and not thc cniiBe.
Weak Btowaoh norves-tho innido norvoa
menn Stomach wonkiican, nlwaya. And
tho Heart, ami Kidneys ns well, havo their
controlling or inaido norves. Weaken theso
norves, and you inevitably have wonk vital
orgnr..i. Horo ia whoro Dr. Shoop'H HOB
torativo lina mndo ita fumo. No other rem
edy even elniniH to trent tho "inaido nor
vea.'1 Also for bloating, bilioiianoaa, bad
breath or complexion, uno Dr Snoop's Ros*
tomtitG, Write mo to day for Htimplo and
Leo Hook, Dr Bhoop, Hneino, Wis. The
Heatorntive ia ?old by J, T. Doughe*.
for ehlldrani tafe, turv. Mo opt?t*?
NICE POST CARDS.
Wo now havo a nice lino of POST
CARDS of tho Town-ton Viows in all
Some two for 5c, and some 5 cts each
Don't fail to see them. Mail orders
have our best attention.
Phone 228 IO A SON BROS.
We aro now solo agents for the col
obratcd STANDARD PATTERNS, (all
patterns 10c and 15c nono highor) and
tho Groat Fashion Book ''THE DE?
8ION?R. Orders tn ken for any Pat-1
tern you may wan!. Wo also take
subscriptions for "Tho Designer" nt
50o a year. Tho Standard Fashion
Piale lor Julv is now ready and will
bo mailed to any ono wishing a copy,
for a stamp MASON BROS.
?V ??? ? - -
CURES BLOOD, SKIN DISBASES, CANCER.
GREATEST BLOOD PURIFIER EUEE.
if your blood is impure, thill, diseased,
hot or full of humors, if you have blood
poison, cancer, Carbuncles, ealing sores,
scrofula, CC/.omn, itching, risings and
bomps, scabby, pimply skin, Ix,ne pallis,
catarrh, rheumatism, or any blood or
skill disease, lake Motanic Blood Salin
(H. lt. B, ). SOOII All sores heal, aches
and pains stop and the blood is made
pure and rich. Druggist or by express
#1 per large bottle, Sample free by
writing Blood Halm Co., Atlanta, Ga,
H. IL IL is especially advised for chronic,
doep-scutcd cases, ns it cures after all
Sunday K<?tool hour at tea Mcihudifi
chu rob ba? boon ohaogod to io a i
Tho hoar for or ??ring semor ? at itu
ohurohos is now 8.30 o'olook.
Kev. V. M, Cannon of Chi
will preach at Koliook School Home
?very fi ur th Sunday at ll a. ni.
Holinoes Prayor mooting ovoiv Tues
doy night in tho uppor room io tho Kirk
wood budding at 7,30. Evoryt ly iuvp.
Prayer meethig at the liapttat ehm?b
ovory Thursday evening at 8.30.
Prayor mooting at the Method!-'. ob? ?.'<
every Woduosday at 4.30 p. m.
Prayor meeting at ProsbytorUe O!MI?-. li
Thursday evening at 8 30.
Tho Epworth Loague Prayor rm
1? hold every WeduoBday evening .
Sunday eobool room of tho Methodist
church at 8 o'olook. Tho publio |nvlt< ?
Endorsed By Thc Count
"Thc most popular remedy Oti go
County, alld the best friend of rr tami
ly," writes Wm. M. Deitz, edi''' IIItl
publisher of }he Otscgo Journ
beltsville, N, Y., "is Dr, Kiar Nuvv
Discovery. It has proved to b< m in
fallible cure for coughs and cold ?
making short work or thc worst of Un .
We always keep a bottle in the I
I believe it to be the most valus '
scription known for Lung and
diseases." Guarentccd to neve d
point the taker, by T. T. Dough) 1 Drug
Store, Price 50c and $1.00. Tri? I ttl
???^Kinghams Roaliablo Hams,
Breakfast Bacon, Boot Hom
Tongue, always nico and fr osh mt
W. M. Rov
*6T The "SOCIETY KINO"
SHOE for Ladies and Gouts, I
of the guaranteed comfort nnc v> ur.
You will find them at E Powe,
as well us a choice stock of F a rn ? ! v
Piles got quick and certain relie
Dr. Shoopa Magie Ointment. Its 1
punitive and cortalu. Itching, pain!
truding or blind pllnd piles diaappc
magic by its UBO Largo nickle capt)
jars 50 conte, Sold by Jno T. Dou
9GF Pipes and SmokorsSup uiu
endless variety can ho found a
Douglas' Drug Store.
Keep the pore.B open andtbo skin dei II
you havo a out, bruise, burn or soral
WittsCarbolizod Witch Huxol Snlv
trutes tho pores and boals quickly.
J, T. Dduglus, druggist
THE LIMIT OP LIFE.
The most eminent medical si
are unanimous ill the conclusi
ve generally accepted limit:
human life is many years below
tainniCUt possible with the a
knowledge of which thc race
possessed. The critical period,
termines its duration, seems to I
tween 50 ami 60; the proper can
body during this decade cannot
? ?ur<rcd: carelessness till
W M Rowe s
ThoRO who havo stoin iclto trouble, no ni it
ter how slight, should givo ovory possible
help to tho digestive orguns, so that tho
fond may bo digested with tho least ei?ort.
This may bo dono by taking soniothlug
that contains natural digestive proportiea
soinethbig liko Kodol For Indigestion and
Dyi-popuia. Kodol is u preparation of vego
tnblo acids und contains the very same
juices found in a hoalthy stomaohe It
digest" what you eat Sold by J. T, Doug?
SAY-Have you tri id that
now drink that J. C. Hubbard
has put on the market ita fine?
"Red Eye" is the name. Call
John lliha, a prominent dealor of Vining,
Ia , says: "I have boon selling DoWitt's Kid
noy and Madder Pills for ?bout a yoar and
they givo bottor satisfaction than nuy pill
I ever sold, Thoro are a dozen pooplo boro
who havo used thom and thoy givo perfect
satisfaction in oaoh caso I have uBod thora
myself with Ano results. Sold by John T.
Buy your Butter, Cheese and
other perishable goods from W.
M. Rows where it is kept on Ice
and guaranteed to give satisfae
Don't accept a cough euro that you may bo
told is just as good us Konodye Laxative
Gough Syrup beouuso it isn't just as good -
thoro is quite a dilforonoo. Konuody's Lax
ative Cough Syrup uets gently upon tho
bowels and clears tho wholo system of
coughs and colds. It promptly rolioves lu*
ll iniumtiou of tho throat and nlluys irrita
tion. Sold by J. T. Douglas, druggist
- ? - * - -
DoWitt's Littlo Karly HisorB don't eickou or
givo pain. Small, easy to tuko. Sold by J.
I T. Douglas, Druggist.
get immediate relief from
Dr. Shoop's Magic Ointment.
WE lake this method of anuounoiug to
ibo pooplo of Marlboro county that
Stevenson, Matheson & Stevenson,
a law firm composed of W. F. Stcvonson
and I). S. Mathoson of Cheraw-and W.
M Stovenson of Bonnottsvillo, latoly ol
Darlington, havo oponed an office iu Bon
nottsvillo. Will practice in Stato and
Ecdoral Courts. Ofllce in socoud story
of Planters National Bank Building.
l'Vbruary 20. 1907.
I Am Still Ropairing ORGANS,
SEWING MACHINES & CLOCKS,
A 1.1. my work guaranteed to give
satisfaction or no pay. Can furnisli
any missing or broken parts of any
Machino on tho market.
Will do your work at your home
if preferred, whoro you can SEE I I
DONK, nud TEST IT before imyini
Bonnettsvillo, S. C,
fl ll ililli III. Kl IKl-lK
T|ie jubilo bounty ol'tho lily-and it
it; r.qmdly imposable tor us to adcquato
ly lin tho appoarauoo ot'
TjiO bo^t we oau do is to tell you that
I it in nrijstio boyond tho avorago, that
ovcry dnsigo is a work of Art, anil thul
Wi van offer surprising values,
i lint ia ordor that you may got a correct
(Mid accurate idea ol'our Jowohy urnu
j i ot, ' 0 iuvitc you to seo it, to exam
' mo it, to prioo it.
j 'i ?um j i>u*ll bo sure to bo conviuccd
SAM J. PEARSON,
JEWELER AND QPIIOIAN,
Ono Hint will not go AT ALL-does
uot oausc ns mush both ar ns ODO that
runs uow fust, now slow, in an erratio
Thc first you dou't protoud to depend
upon-tho other is a constant source of
Most pcoplo oau afford a watch, but
no ono cun afford on unco rt a in last and
And wheo our ropair dopartmont is so
close at band tboro is really DO excuso
(br carrying anything but an accurate
timepiece, no mailor what tho first
Consult us about any walch troubles
that may arise Wo guaraatoo work.
SAM J. PEARSON,
JEWELER & OPTICI ,N.
mw % m<mms,
Practical Pharmacist and Dealer in .
i juruga and patent Medicines.
WE ?LSD C?RRY "|
V > ARD MEDICINES, j PAINTS, OILS,
CHEMICALS, T BRUSHES of all kinds,
I1 UV and Fancy Article?, % VARNISH and STAINS,
"URMERY, SOAPS, Z PREPARED PAINTS,
rES, S FON O ES, J WINDOW GLASS,
WARY and SUPPL
WIM DOW U Li ASH,
JES y LAMPS, SHADES, Etc.
v FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO.^
^Prescriptions carefully compounded at ail hours
i guaranteed io be of the Purest Drugs and at
Il line Garden Seed & Onion Sets.
kful for paBt patronage yours for a prosporoue new year.
I J, T. DOUGLAS,
1, 1905. AT THE OI.D STAND
Those Goods are all Late Arrivals, and up to date.
Come and get pri?es. Now is your ohance. Don't
Delay your coining !
WE are constantly receiving NEW PIANOS and
ORGANS. Always have Hiern on hand. Sold on
Several good Square PIANOS for sale Gheap.
Strauss & Co#
Bennettsville, S. C., April I, 1007.
WI HANDLE BARGAINS TOO,
-yU >U >?< >i< >^ ,?< >$< y?<
NO USE TO WORMY, BUT COMM RIGHT ONT TO
IIP YOU jx. isrrx?
-M Drv Q-ooiis, Clothing, Shoes, .Notions
And Fancy Groceries.
itir Frosh Water Q rou nd MEAL and HOMINY a specially.
Wo Koop a full lino in each Dopartmont and will lill your Wants in ouch
AT THE LOW MST PRICES,
Whou you como to Town call and soe us. Phone orders in town doliveicd
FREE, and satisfaction guaranteed,
Call and soe us-Near Douglas1 I)ru<j; Store,
B?NNE?ToVILLE & CHERAW RAILROAD.
Hehedulo in Effect
Moy 8, 1907.
TSiittJM'.M.W fW Vqrfo ' 'ot. " Except Sunr?ny
No. 3. No. i.
No 2. No. 4.
815pm 6 20 a m Leave Lennetlsville Arrivo ?j 50 a m io 35 p in
9 40 p m 7 os a m Kollook 8 5$ a m 9 50 p m
IGT Collection is mad' Hook, night and morning, with both North
md Southbound Seabe Trains.
J. J. H ECK A RT,
H.A. PAGE, General Manager,
eas. G. 1?. BOURDELAT, Traillo Mgr.
E. C. D?WXTT So Qi
WHEN YOUR LIFE DBI
IOINB YOU TAKE,
curato. We give our entir
and the needs of our patrol
Thereby proteo ling them
tage ot a skilled Druggist
PHONE 43. 0, ?.
X&T AU varieties TURNJ
Both, One Year
Thc New Idea Woman'? Maj
month of fashions, dressmaking, aced!
Each number is beautifully Uti
fashion piates, some in color.
These two publications furnish
Laxative Fruit Syrup
Pleasant te take
The new laxative. Does
not gripe or nauseate.
Cures stomach and liver
troubles and chronic con
stipation by restoring the
, \t ; er an4 fa?ow*.i
Baie :>y ??I?) ? C
>roi1ucoM ?no i-CNult? In 30 days. It acta
oworfully nm? quickly. Cure? whoa others fell,
'oung mon cnn regain their lost manhood and
Id mon may rocovor their youthful vigor by
sin* lt IC VIVO. It quickly and quietly re
loves Nervousness, I<ost Vitality, Soiual
Veaknoss such us Lost Power, Failing Memory,
./anting Disease*, and effects ot self-abuse or
xcoss mid indiscretion, which unfits ono for
tudy, business or marriage. It not only eures
y starting at tho scat of dlsoaso, but ls a great
torvo ionic and blood builder, bringing
adc tho pink glow to ?ale cheek* and rc
Coring tho lire ol' youth. It wards off ap
rouclilng disease. Insist on having RSV1V?,
o othor. It can bo oarrlod in vest pocket. Uy
lull. $1.00 por paokago, or six for M?#>9. We
Ivo freo advloo and comiso! to all who with lt,
rith guarantee. Circulars froe. Address
OYAL MEDICINE CO., Marine Bid*. Chitts*. Iii.
For salo in Booncttsvillo by
J, T. Douglas, Druggist.
Orders for MONUMENTS ot
TOMBSTONE, promptly filled
Jail on mOi at my plaoo ol'businoss noai
the AOautio Coast hmo and tho Soo-*
board Air Liao Pussongor Depots,, oi
wriic mo. Dosigns and Prices furnish
ed on application.
Phone No. 95,
J. W. MoKIiWEK.
January 25, l'JOO.
Found at the
A nico lino of Bibles, Testaments, the
atost Works ol' Kiel ion, Magnaiuos, Pio
uro Frames, Plank Hooks, Wiro Cstd
[lack, nico lino of Tablets ruled and un*
ulcd, Hox Paper, and anything in the
Stationery lino* Orders takon for ongra
;ed Cards and Klmbossod Stationery.
ltubbor stomps and Stenoils made any
itylc. Agents for any Magaxino published
Subscriptions taken for any Maguzinos or
Poriodioalfl, Ordors takon for any musio
Write, phono or oall on Bonnotlsvilb
Hook Storo. MASON ?HOS., Propa.,
?OU EAT Jtorn?ch,??
DiWih'i Kidney a Blandir Nils-Surs i* S?*
IU.V AT I'M B MVOIAYOMY Of
OMPANY, CHICAGO, II?!.,
)OUOLAB, ?ennotlsvllle, 8. 0.
ENDS UPC Wf
We ttll Pro? riptio
a time to our DKUO
and giving them the adv
Sf 9 to 11 A. M.
P SEED fresh.
The New Wea
for Only $1-35.
gazine contains over 100 pages each
?work and household helps,
titrated and contains nine full-page
reading for every member of the
\gr Read every page,
Yee, read every line,
For by this gauge
It may pay ior time
IC ILL THE GOUGH
AND CURE THE LUNGS
I FDR f*QV9#? $$fj?
m #\M? P.V.. THRO W ?'N'? MJWU VHDU&Ufi,
J i J
ff ?U OllJL?l-i jP jt??jD
Wann in town and you wont a good'
meal, romombor we O?U Borve you.
A good meal for 250. Restaurant
north of the Market.
FRESH OYSTERS in ovory etylo.
?. J. BRAYBOY
33. OE?. n.oofe.
13 for only 50 cents home de
livery-10 cts extra for packing
aud delivering to Express office.
MOCOLL; S. 0.
march 8. R. P. D. 2.
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