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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 23 September 1904

THE M?RLBORD DEMOCRAT S. A. BHOWN - - - Editor Friday, September 23, 1904. g.j" i - -.- - - - Subscription I'rlcc: One year.$1.00 Six months.50 Three months.25 PEN AND SCISSORQRAPHS Court meets at Darlington next Monday. Marion will have a Gala week beginning on the 20th. The state is taking steps to prosecute agents selling impure fertilizers. Japan is spending $16,000, 000 and Russia $45,000,000 per month in war. Poe Dee Presbytery meet Tuesday night at "Waccarnnw church in the lower part of Horry county near Port Harreleon. A patent has been granted to James S. Murdock, of Charleston, on a hand cotton picker. The total cost of tho maneuvres at Manassas has been estimated at $1,000,000. This does not include tho value of the men killed. The roof of the Depot at Society Hill waa blown off during that storm Wednesday. Capt John C. Blackwell has been elected Sheriff of Darlington County, and C. W. Milling is the now Supervisor. John Robinson's 4 ring circus and 3 menageries will bo a...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 23 September 1904

BENNETTSYILLE, S. 0. BYS.A.n?OWNAGO. Ojjlc? on Marion Street, Opposite Masonic Itali? Friday September 28, 1904. A MATTER OF HEALTH POWDER Absolutely Pure HAS HO SUBSTITUTE piotcsstimiU OavBs. DENTIST. OKPI?E Up atnira in CroHlaud Building, rhone ISO. BENNETTBVJJJIIE, 8. O. _J_ DR. J. L. GIBSON, Ofjlcc Over Isaucsohn's Store, PHONE 196. BENNETTSVILLE, S. C. Il kl. NEWTON, JENNINGS K. OWENS. NEWTON & OWENS, Attorneys at Law, BENNETTS VILLE, So. CA. Offices Over Planters National Bank. DUDLEY & WAIT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, BENNETTS VILLE, S C. t;?i W. BOUCHIER, Ji ? Aitorney at Law? Bcancttdvillo, S* 0. Offiaa ou Darlington street near Posts T- lcRniut office. January, lb99. l ilLTON MCLAURIN, (VJ Attorney at Law and Probate Judge . ? lice iii Court House. ??? G ? sa'-:, UecUicuv*. . . . ?A ~* --..JSOV .?>..' '.."'..'..? UK' TV ? Vi " Jomracoi ?Vi bi ctr leal w?uh sp? d?a?ci . ihl tjcfjtitun' supplies Moi Vir P???t) in/r J'j|::;iii und I loi ?ne . m.-. I . J'I .o-!"- md getiern!...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 23 September 1904

Too Late. If I had told her in the spring The old, old story brieily, . When the sparrow and the robin be- 1 gan to sing, And tho sowing was over chlerty. But haste makes waste, and the story sweet, * I reasoned, will keep through the \ sowing, . t Till I croo the corn and sow th? wheat. ' And give them a chance for growing. J Had I even tole" toe tale In June, t When the V through the grass ( was blow..ig, , Instead of thinking it too soon, And waiting till after the sowing! ? Or had I hinted, out under t' stars, ? That I knew a story wortli hearing. ? Lingering to put up Hie pasture bars, | Nor waited to do the shtaring. , Now the barn is full, and so is the bin, " But I've grown wise without glory, i Since love is the crop not gathered in, For another fellow told lier the story. B^OBMTVVEPT^ Much Damage Done lu the Rastern Part of thc State. The storm of last Tuesday night and Wednesday did considerable damage in different part? of the State. At Georgetown on Tuesday night, 13th ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 30 September 1904

The Marlboro* Democrat "DO THOU LIBERTY GREAT. INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." I^XIX. BENNETTS VILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1904 WHIT TILLMAN SAID The Full Text of tho Eenator'B Lettre to Mr. Sr;ant. CHALLENGES AK Y ONE TO DENY That the Opinions lio Kxprehuod Are Not Those Hold hy Nearly All Soulbern Whith People. To the Edi' .r ot Tlie News and Courier: 1 Lave just seen your edi torial, "Senator Tillman and His Critics," aDd am Induced to ask you to publish In full tlie letter I wi ote to Mr. Wilbur F. Bryant, of Lincoln, Neb., a short while ago, a copy of which I enclose. My wish ls to let your readers see just what Isaid ai,di shall be glad to have any one challenge any statement of facts or show wheielo 1 have ex pressed any opinion lu that letter that is not held by ninety per cent of Southernborn white men and women. I have concluded ling since, as shu vt a by my speeches in the Senate and elsewhere, tha...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 30 September 1904

8, A, BROWN - - - Editor Friday, September 30, 1904. , Habicrlptlon Pr!cet One year.$1.00 Six months.50. Three months.25 To the Demoorats of Marlboro. Tho Primary ?lection is over and j the next thing ia order is to prepare | to vote in the General election, so se? | cure your Registration tickets at Ben lionsville, on Monday October 3rd. Do not delay or put il off but get your own and tell your fellow demo-1 crata This is important and should not ho neglected or put off. C. 8. MCCALL, Co. Chairman. PEN AND SCISSORQRAPHS Ex-Gov. Bob Taylor, of Ken tucky bas a now wife. ?Sumter will have a "Gamo Cock Carnival" tho week beginning November 21. Judge Gage has returned from Scotland, but his health is still too feeble to permit him to per form his judicial functions. The farmers of the country met in St LOU?B Tuesday to discuss possibilities for growing und haul ing cotton. Tho official returns give J. E. Ellerbo 7,735 and J. W. Ragsdalo 5,730, a majority of 2,005 for El lerbe iu the dis...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 30 September 1904

lill MARLBORO D?MOCRA1 raETTSYILLE, S. 0. It V W. A. HIM ?WW ACO._ OflU.t on Marion Street Opposite MuHonio Hail. .,.,j."."......?.....%.....?..?..?..... Friday September 30, 1904. A MATTER OF HEALTH POWDER Absolutely Pure IS HO SUBSTITUTE professional daros. DRTSPMCER! DENTIST. B Up stairs iu Crosland Building, rhone ISO. BENNETTS VII.LE, 8. O. R. J. L GIBSON, DENTIST ce Over Isaaatohn's Store, riIONE 19b'. BBNNKTTHVILLE, S. C. EWTON, JENNINGS K. OWEN8. ?WTON & OWENS, Attorneys at Law, '.KNNK?TS VILLE, So. CA. :s Over Planters National Bank. IDLEY a WAIT, ATTO?NKV? AT LAW, SNNETTSVJULE, S C. V. BOCOHIER, Attorney at l^aw. Ueuucttsville, 8. O. B on Darlington street near Posta pl office. January, 1899. PON MCLAURIN, Attorney al Law and Probate Judge j in Court IIOUHC. C. M&?tMXSO'N q:.an ty s .r>7 K)A?KIO*cu, i ' ?r 'or Cl c!? wows ??ftWal srtrpt'-h 3 liv:* v->r . SS ?lOd t*li . 1'i?glUO?! Ii'-1 i? and n'encrai manutRC i V ?EKE TO C 3. < WATCH i* LiKK A MAN, it PS C...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 30 September 1904

COTTON GROWERS. Met in Convention on Monday in the City of Bt. Louis. DELEGATES FROM THIS STATE. Tho Meeting is an Important One, and It ia Hoped That All the Delegates Named At tended. Governor Heyward, in response to a request from Harvle Jordan, president of tho Farmers' National CoDgress, which convened simultaneously with the Southern Cotton Growers Conven tion In St. Louis on Monday, named a complete list of delegates to these two gatherings from this State. In min ing the delegates, the Governor, realizing the great Importance of these gatherings this year, has, alter con ference with the commissioner of ag riculture, commerce and immigration, endeavored to select as far as possible men from the different counties who have large farming interests and are much concerned in the cottou situa tion. South Carolina Agricultural Ex Derlmeot Station-Prof. J. S. New man, Clemson College. Abbeville-Luther Hadden, Due West; I. Kellock, Abbeville; M. B. Clinkscales, Due West. Anderson-J....

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 30 September 1904

COTTON GROWERS. Hot in Convention on Monday in th? City of Bt. Louis. DELEGATES FROM THIS STATS. The Hooting ls an Important One, and It is Hoped That All the Delegates Named At tended. Governor Heyward, in response to a request from Harvle Jordan, president ol the Farmers' National Congress, which convened simultaneously with the Southern Cotton Growers Conven tion in Sb. Louis on Monday, named a complete list of delegates to these two gatherings from this State. In nam ing the delegates, the Governor, realizing the great importance of these gatherings this year, has, after con ference with the commissioner of ag riculture, commerce and immigration, endeavored to select as far as possible men from the different counties who bave large farming Interests and are much concerned in the cotton situa tion. South Carolina Agricultural Ex periment Station-Prof. J. S. New man, Clemson College. Abbeville-Luther Iladden, Due West; I. Kellock, Abbeville; M. B. Clluk8cales, Due West. Anderson-J...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 7 October 1904

The Democrat. DO THOU LIBERTY GREAT. INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LLVES INTIIY POSSESSION HAPPY OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." VOL.N BENNETTS VILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1904. NO. 41. A STEONG LETTER "Written by Judge Parker in /ccept-| lng Ssmccratic Kc mi nut ion. TEE COTS STU UTION AND LAW Will bo Hts Guille und CompnsB II Ho is EJIceU il to tho I'rewi , . tlenoy hy HIH fellow 01ti*/.eu8. The following editorial review of Judge Parker's letter of acceptance by The News and Courier gives a pretty fair idea of the leiter, which ls strong and to the point: Judge Parker's letter of acceptance ls hefore h s fellow citizens, lt cou ta! us a straightforward and vigorous enumeration of ihe issues of the Pres idential campaign. In language, tone and tempt r it is in striking contrast to that bitterly pattison, politically vituperative, offensively se?f-?ssei ti ve, hopi les .ly disingenuous, characterist ica ly Rooseveltian tirade recently ut tered at Oyster Hay. At. empting...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 7 October 1904

a. A. BROWN - - - Editor "Friday, October 7,1904. SutmerlptI >.i Frlcet One year. ..$ 1.00 Six months.50 Three months.25' n No IJlonnhil Sessions. From Manning Times. The question of biennial ses sions of the general assembly will be considered by the voters at the coming election. This matter has given politicians :i taking argument to present to the'people and on first blush it does appear in the interest of .economy to do way with animal sessions, and only have the leg islature meet once every two years. When a member of the Senate we cast our vote twice iii favor of biennial sessions, and did so, as we then thought, on the ground of economy, but siuce then we have studied the matter more* carefully, and ob served the working of biennial sessions in other States, and it has convinced us, the plea ol' economy will not hold good. A session of the legislature it is said cost about $50,000, and un der our constitution it is limited to forty days, but this limit re fers only to reg...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 7 October 1904

.iii ll. 3ENN?TTSYILLB, S. C. BYS.A. KIJOWN A CO. Office on Marion Street Opposite\ Masonic Hall* Friday October 7, 1904. A mr rm OF HEALTH ? POWDER Absolutely Pure MS NO SUBSTITUIS BM'ofe?sional Gards. DENTIST. OPFICK Up lituirB iu Cronluml Building, rhone ISO. ?ENJNETTSVILLIS, 8. C. DR. J. L. GIBSON, DEUTIST OQlcc Over IsaacsoJm's Store, FHONE 196. BEN NKT/T8 VILLE, S. C. II. NEWTON, JENNINGS K. OWENS. NEWTON & OWENS, Attorneys at Law, BENKKTTSVILLB, SO. CA. Dfflces Over Planters National Bank. DUDLEY & WAIT, ATTOUXKYS AT LAW, BEN NETTS VILLE, S C. . s W. B??OU1EII, ? Attorney at Law, Bcuncttsvillo, S. 0. \)?mi rm Darlington street near Posta ' iCRrapt. offit'O. J?nuary, 1899. yiLTON Nie SAURIN, IV! Attorney at Law und Prol>ate Judge )illoo in Court IIOUBO. fe a. m?iij&i?o&j tractor ibr Electrical work and dealc. ii Electrical supplies Hot Air Pumo g Engiues aud Gas Engines installer1 ipc'?itting and nouerai machine wer. m;usL2(), 11)03. WHERE TO ?JO. Hs i XX>...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 7 October 1904

lilli BENNETTSYILLE, S. 0. WY ?. A. ItltOWX & CfO. O/pee on Marion Street Opposite Manonto Sall. Friday October 7, 1904. A MATTER OF HEALTH } POWDER Absolutely Pure HAS NO SUBSTITUTE professional Gatos. DENTIST. OPPICB Up HtuirR in Crotilund Building, rhone J SO. UENNETTSVIlilili. 8. C. DU. J. L. GIBSON, XDZBZTNT'X'J-SU? 0/]lce Over Isaacsohn's Store, PHONE 196. BENNKTT8VILLE, H. C. H. NEWTON, JKNNINOS K. OWENS. NEWTON ?fe OWENS, Attorneys at Law, BENNKTTSVILLE, SO. UA. Offices Over Planters National Bank. DUDLEY & WAIT, ATTOltNEVS AT LAW, BENNETTSVILLE, S C. 1 W. BOUCHIER, ? Attorney at haw, Bennettsvillo, S. 0. Office on Darlington street near Posta ?egrupb, oftn-o. January, 1899. j ILTON MCLAURIN, i J Attorney al Law and Probate Judge UUco in Court House. tractor for Electrical work aud dealer Electrical supplies Hot Air Puinp g Engines aud Gas Engines installed, ipc-uitting and geueral machine work, v ugusl 20, 1903. .TO GO. /Ix KdP MICE A MAN, it 'iples (.;ANLNG OUT und...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 7 October 1904

USING PERUVIAN GUANO. Farmers Who Hare Used lt Find it Valuabk and Economie*!. The News and Courier says "with forty-two hundred tons of Peruvian guano aboard, the British steamship Condor, Capt Anderson, arrived In port recently and is now discharging her cargo at the South Carolina Term inal wharf at th? foot of Columbus street. As fast as the fertllzer ls taken fruin the hold ic is packed in labelled sacks and made road y for shipment to the interior anu to the agriculturists along the coast. The cargo ls consign ed to order, though lt belongs to 0. Mortimer & Co. This shipment ls the first of a series which will be received during the win ter, a vessel bearing seventy-five hun dred tons being due here next month. Ot 1er shipments will be made to C. Mortimore & Co as is deemed neces sary to supply the demand, which has been steadily growing as the farmers become better acquainted with its vir tue s as a fertilizer. That public atten tion is being rapidly awakened to the f...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 14 October 1904

The YOL^IX. "DO THOU LIBERTY GREAT. INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." BENNETTS VILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1904. NO. 42. GETTING ALAEMED. Bepublican Headquarter? in the West Gloomy an ? Discouraged OVER OUTLOOK III THE EAST, They'Conoced Losa ol New York, and Fear Connecticut and New J wm J Will Go IX mo oral ic Too. A dispatch from Chicago says gloom, mingled with consternation, bas conn over the western Republican head quarters at the news which ct mes from the East that New York state ls practically lost for Roosevelt. All reports agree that the president ls not going to carry hlB own state. Political writers", who have been study lr g the eastern conditions, He publican orators and even the conti dential repr?sentatives of the party managers, are all agreed that New York is almost ce?tain to go for Judge Parker by a plurality which may reach 75 OOO. Tne Republicans, who admit that the state is lost, put the m...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 14 October 1904

S. -ri. BROWN - - - Editor \ Friday, Ootober 14, 1904. Subscription Price i One year.$1.00 Six months.50 Three months.25 MASS MEETING. A E?!??8 rivaling or liso DeniGorittiu vulor? nt tho Town of Boonettsvillo will bo hold in tho Court IIOURQ ou tho 25th inst nt 4 o'clock p. m., for tho purpose of nominal* ing a citizen from War?! 1. to bo voted fori tho 27th to flit tho unoxpirad torin of J> Frank Breeden, deceased. P. A. HODGES, Mayor. Oct 11, 1904. Tho Kepublicaton Of Gregg's History of tito old Chornws Thia method is taken to lot it bc known that tho Peo Dee Historical Society ?R now engaged in tho preparation for ro publica tion of "Gregg's History o? tho Old Chc raw'd" and desires information touching any errors of any kind that may bo in tho book, na it now stands, with n view to hnviog such errors oorreotud in pages ad ded to tho volumo, when it is mada up for re-publication. AU communications in regard to this matter should bc addressed to JOHN J. DAUOAN, SLC. Peo Doe Hi...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 14 October 1904

. BEHNETT5YILLE, S. 0. BY H. A. ItKOWN & CO. Office on Marion Slrtet Opposite Masonic Hall. Friday October 14, 1904. il MATTER OF HEALTH POWDER Absolutely Pure HAS HO SUBSTITUIS professional daros. LmClS? OFFICE Up stairs in Crowliind Building, l?hone ISO. BliNI-iKTT?VILIjli:. s. c. DR. J. L. GIBSON, DEKTIST O/Jlcc Over Isaacsohn's Store, PHONE 196. BENNETTS VILLE, S. C. ll ll. NEWTON, JENNINGS K. OWENS. NEWTON & OWENS, Attorneys at Law, BkNNBTTSVliiLE, So. CA. Offices Over Planters National Bank. DUDLEY & WAIT j ATTOliXliVS AT LAW, BENNETTS VILLE, S C. Vp W. BOUCHIER, Jt ? Attorney at Law, BcQoettsville, 8. 0. Office on Darlington street near Posta Ti ?ograph office. January, 1899. ft A I L I ON MoIJAUBIN, IV I Attorney at Law and Probate Judge OiHoe tu Court House. A WATCH is LIKE A MAN, it NEEDS CLEANING OUT and RE PAIRING once iu a while, I aiu the Repairer and will give your Watch a sure cure Treatment, IE YOU WILL CALL ON ME AT MY OEEICE next door not iii ol' the P...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 14 October 1904

GEN. R. E. LEE. The Intimate life of tho Groat Com mander Mude Public SOME MOOTED POINTS SETTLED. Iiottcra Produced Giving Glimpses of His Greatness That Even Bis Comrades lu Arma Never Understood. ?n "?tecollect?ons and Letters of General Robert E. Lee," by his sou, Robert "E. Lee, which has Just been c Issued from the press of Doubleday, 1 Page & Co., New York, an Interesting I volumoTias been added to the litera- * ture of the civil war, and tho most intimate picture, yet drawn of the ? southern commander in his private i and uffloial life is given. The author 1 does not attempt to cuter the ?eld of j the historian us far as the war itself * is concerned. As the titile of the work implies it is largely composed of his father's letters, most uf them to his Immediate family, and he makes 1 , no addition of value to the military ' history of the late war. The chief 1 Interest of the hook lies in its person- 1 al phase, as relating to the daily life, 1 the mental attitude and cha...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 21 October 1904

mm wo "DO THOU LIBERTY GREAT. INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LI VES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE.' VOL^XIX. BENNETTSVILL?, S. C., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1904. WILL NOT HANG. Hoyt Hayes t-aved From Gallows by the Governor's Decree , IN THE PENITENTIARY FOR LIFE Carvalho, Celebrated Handwriting Expert, Declares Tbat Mrs. J?ula Hayes Was tho Author of the All Important Note. Hoyt Hayes will not be hanged. Gov. Heyward has commuted his sen tence to Ufo imprisonment in the State penitentiary. This action was based pr loci pally on tho decision of an expert examiner of questioned hand writing. Hayes had been convicted of having killed his wife, and the evi dence was purely circumstantial, with nothing to show motive, and for that reason lt appealed to the governor that there might be cause for doubt; the statement of the expert Increases that feeling of doubt to such an ex tent that Gov. Hey ward is unwilling to see the man suffer the death penal- , ty. On the ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 21 October 1904

?. A. BROWN - - - Editor Friday, October 21, 1904. Sntmcriptlon l'rice: One year.$1.00 Six months.50 Throe months.25 MASS MEETING. A masa meeting of tho Democratic votora of tho Town of Bonn ct ts vi lie will bo hold in the Court Houao ou the 25th inst at 4 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of nominat ing n citizen from Ward 1. to be voted for the 27th to lill tho unoxpired term of J. Frank Breeden, deoonwed. P. A. nODGES, Mnyor. Oat 11, 1904. COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS October Terni. The fall term of the Court of Gen - eral Sessions convened on Monday with His Honor Judge Aldrich on tho bene]). The Grand Jury after ti full and lucid charge by Ilia Honor went to work and completed their work by Tuesday noon and were d's charged. The work ot this session was made short-only2 jury cases heard and on Tuesday afternoon the petit jurors were discharged. The following cases were disposed of: Peter Morrison, plead guilty to stealing bicycle and was given one year on chain gang. Lewis Loyd, who...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 21 October 1904

IES II B??NHET?SYILLE, S. 0. K ir S. A. KKOW^&?0.^ O/Jlc? on Marion Street Opposite Masonic Hall. ........... ..-,,?...?..,..?.?..?..?.?..."....?........?,..,..*..,,.?....?..,.., Friday Ootober 21, 1904, M ?MTTSRt?FHEALTH Absolutely Pure mS NO SUBSTITUTE ?bvoiessional Gatos. DENTIST. QveiC? Up Blaira in Crosland Building, /'// one J SO. BENNI??TTBVILIIJK, 8. u. DR. J. L. GIBSON, 3D O? I ST IQlcc Over Isaaeso/t n's Store, PHONE 196. BES S ETTS VILLE, S. C. ll NEWTON, JENNINGS K. OWENS. NEWTON AJ OWENS, Attorneys at Law, _ BENNI-TTTSVILLE, SO. CA. ~ OflIces Over Planters National Bank. DUDLEY & WAIT, ATTORNEY'S AT LAW, Li BNNBTTSVltiLE, S C. tv M W. BOUCHIER, Attorney at Law, Bonnott8villc, S. C. .?..o on D irliuglon street near Posta .at'?fc office. January, 1899. iITON MCLAURIN. Attorney at Law and > Probate Judye SSL ?ox : I'lfONE A li. . o?nr tb; .ii i work a.ul dealer !l?oH-ic?l .? . li Uni Air Pu ?\ :, i-UKiuca ."tUu (Jay Engines installed. ip??fiit?Dg ind general mac...

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