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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 11 November 1904

THE DISPENSARY. Tho Second Fart of Senator Tillman's - ' Speech at Gaffney. SAYS LAW MUST BE INFORCET) And BtiKRcatB Some Changos in lc Which Ho~ Thinks Aro Es sential to Its Proper Enforcement. Last week we published Senator Tillman's defense of the Dispensary Law as set forth in his speech at Gaffney, and this week we publish theooncluding part of the same speech, in which he suggested certain changes lu the law, which we know will be read with interest by our readers. On this point Senator Ti'dman said: I have a deep interest in the dis pensary law; first because it gave mc, as Governor, more trouble than anything I have bad anything to do with. The whole responsibility was on me to enforce the law as it was on the statute books, and I pledged myself that I would dose every bar in South Carolina and would go the limit to see the law enforced and the penalty imposed, and 1 did. There have been men who were so little and contemptible, so lost to all sense of decency,' without a sci...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 11 November 1904

m THE DISPENSARY. ? _ ? Tue ?eaond Part of Senator Tillman'? , Speeoh at Gaffney. J 8AY8 LAW MUST BE ENFORCED.< And BvtwvHtH Some Cbaiijcop In It ' Which HO" Thinka Aro Es sential to Its Proper Enforcement. Last week wo published Senator Tillman's defense of the Dispensary Law as set forth in bis speech at Gaffney, and this week we publish - tueooncluding part of the same speech, in which he suggested certain changes ia tbs law, which we know will be read with interest by our readers. On this point Senator Ti'lman said: I have a deep intere?t In the dis pensary law; first because lt gave mc, as Governor, more troublo than anything 1 have bad anything to do with. The whole responsibility was on me to enforce the law as it was on the statute books, and I pledged myself . that I would close every bar in South Carolina aud would go tbe limit to see the law enforced and the penalty imposed, and 1 Bd. There have been men who were BO Bttle and contemptible, so lost to all sense of decen...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 18 November 1904

"DO THOU LIBERTY GREAT. INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." VOL.^IX. BENNETTSVILLE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1904. NO. 47 . EO?oEYELT WINS. Cnl-y the f olid South Stand? by the Pt moer at ic Ticket. PARKER TUNS BEHIND BRYAN. New York,, West Virginia aaa Mnry. land Go Republican. Victory Bo Great Republicans Were Surprised. Thc Republican national ticket has been ejected by a vole in the Elec toral College that will exceed that of 292, given Mr. McKinley in 1900. The result of Tuesday's balloting was astounding o vt u to the most sanguine of thc Republican managers. Confi dent as they were of success, they were not prepared for the astonishing figures which followed the closing of tba polls, bringing Into the Republi can column not only all of those States they bad claimed as safo for their candidates, but with the possi ble exe.-pilonof Maryland, every State chased as doubtful. Democratic successes are confined to the solid S...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 18 November 1904

,.DO THOU LIBERTY CfREAT. INSPIRE OUR S?ULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." VOIi.^IX. BENNETTSYILLE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18,1904. NO. 47. ROOSEVELT WINS. Only the Folid South Stands by the Etmocrrvtio Tickot. PAEKER BUNS BEHIND BRYAN. New Yc>rk" West Virginia ami Mary land Go Ropublioan. Vlotorj t?o Great Republicans Were Surprised. Thc Republican national ticket has been o'eeted by a vole In th? Elec toral College that will exceed that of 292, given Mr. McKinley in 1900. Thc result of Tuesday's balloting was astounding evin to the most sanguine or the Republican managers. Confi dent as they were of success, they wi-re" not prepared for the astonishing figures which followed the closing of the polis, bringing into the Republi can to'umn not only all of those States they bad claimed as safe for their candidates, but with the possi ble exe ptionof Maryland, every State cl s-^cd as doubtful. Democratic successes are confined to the solid ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 18 November 1904

8. A. f?ROn'N - - - Editor .Friday, November, 18,1904. ? Subscription Prie?! 1 One year.$ 1.00 Six months.<.50 Three months .25 ?~^-------. -- NOTICE. The annual meeting of the Stuck, holders ol'the South Cnr"liua Pacific Railway Company will be held in the city ot'Charleston, S. G., on Wedncs day November 23d, at 12 o'clock noon. C. S. MCCALL, Bv?le, P. G., Secretary. Nov 10th 1904; .PEN AND SCTSSORGRAPHS Port Arthur still holds out. Ex-Governor Hugh S. Thomp son is Lying very ill in New York. Tho Dillon Live Stock Co. has been oharorcd at ?26,000. Tho attorney general holds thal tho biennial session measure is still good. The reorganization of the South Wimlew mills of Columbia has been successfully completed The mayor of Florence has resigned to become a traveling salesman, Tlie Truck farmers of North Carolina have made $100,000 on Lettuco alone. \ Thc John Sparks show Avas at Hurtsville Tuesday and Cheraw Wednesday. ?r. D. B. Miller, thc city en giheSfr of Columbia died sudde...

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. — 18 November 1904

BENNBTTSYILLB, S. 0. ?Y8.A.BKOWN&CO. OJlioc on Marion Street Opposite ? Masonic ITall. friday November 18. 1904. A MATTER OF HEALTH mm i WmA mmm Absolutely P&sro ?? MO SUBSTITUTE professional Garbs. "j?lT^SPENC?Rr DENTIST. OFFICE Up-etniru iu Crosland Building, rhone ISO. BENNETTS VILLE, B. O. DR. J. L. GIBSON, DENTIST Otflcc Over Isaaosohn's Store, PHONE 196. BENNKTTSVILLE, S. C. t H. NEWTON, JENNINGS K. OWENS. N?WTON & OWENS, Attorneys at Law, BENNETTSVILLE, So. CA. Offices Over Planters Hatieaa! Bank: DUDLEY & WAIT j ATTOBNEVS AT LAW, BENNETTSVILLE, S C. Xi Vf . BOUOIllBli,' j?, * Attortroy nt Law, Bcnnetttivillo, 8. 0. Oifios on 1> :i/uglon sti'cpf near Posta rdograp? ftffif?. January,' 189?. MLTON MCLAURIN, Attorney at Law and Probate Judge OlUco in Conrt House. in Electrical stipplies Hot Air Pump in? Engines und Q os Engines installed. Pipe-hitting and general machine work. August 20. 1003. UV HW RE TO G-O. 'A-WATCH is LIKE A MAN, it NEEDS CLEANING OUT and ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 18 November 1904

A SERIOUS JOKE.. How a Party of Tourist* Came Sud denly Upon a MOVING PICTURE STAGE COACH Hold .Up and Nobly Pitched In and shot the Gentle Bandit?, Res cuing tho Astounded Ac tora In the Corio h. New subjeots, new situations and new fllrns of pictures must bs con stantly provided for the moving pic ture machines at the theatres, vaude ville linuses and conntry ..fairs. The .fast express trains, prize fights and Boer wars having been worn thread hare, the enterprising biograph agents deolded to pose a real, live, thrilling Western stage coach "hold up" In the good, old-fashioned style. Colonel William N. Selig, of Chica go? after much care, assembled togeth er all the necessary paraphernalia, in cludicg a geuulne old-fashioned mall coach, a half dozen mall bags and a picturesque company of'men, women and children, who were willing to pose as_passengers on the ''held-up" stage, "while Colonel William N. Selig's squad of picturesquely mount ed imaginary bandits fired blank cart ridges...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 November 1904

mt/Ati -r -.,!, LIBERTY GREAT. INSPIRE .?Ulc SOULS AND MAKE O (JU UVES Iii THY POSSESSION HAPPY OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOOS IN THY CAUSE." BENNETTS VILLE S. C., EIIID? :f, NOVEMBER 26,1904. NO. 48. BLOW AT THE SOUTH. Tho EepubUcans "Will Try to Cut Town Cur lif-prcsentation. CAMPAIGN MADE ON THIS LINS And Efforts to Coiwlnon Northern Voters tbnt the Basis ol'Repre sentatlon is Unfair, Says tho Washington Star. The Washington Star, which it Said to be the official oigan of the President, says it in well understood among a number of Republican lea ders in Congress that au offurt will be made at the nt xl. long session to re duce the representation of States in tho House of R .presentatlves in pro portion to the extent to which the suffrage 1B denied their cit z-.ns. Here is the tale told by the Star: Massa chusetts and Mississippi would receive relatively equal treatment in the re duction. If an extraordinary session of the Fifty-ninth Congress should be assembled, the subject would probab...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 November 1904

8. A. t? HOW N - - - iSdiUrt Friday, November 25, 1904, Suuicrlptlon Prices One year.1.00 Six months.,... .50 Three months.25 FEN AND scissonaiiAPHs Three men escaped from Robeson county jail Saturday morning. The Biahopville people are at v work on a railroad from McBoe to | Sumter via Hartsville. The cotton growers ot the State will moot in convention at Colum bia December 10th The first Thanksgiving was cel ebrated in America in 1G21 inj Ootober and lasted a week. A 17 year old lad near Cawpens has the best record for cotton picking for tho year 1904-602 poumds from sun rise to sun set. E. G. Hayes, white, was con victed of criminal assault at Lum borton lest week and sentenced to hang January 18th. The ticket wagon of Forepaugh & Sella Brothers was broken into | and robbed of $30,000 on Satur day morning at Tarboro, N. C. Ex-Governor Hugh Thompson died in Now York Sundaj' night.] He was buried in Columbia Wed nesday. To live with a higli ideal is a successful lifo. It is not...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 November 1904

BENNBTT8YILLB, S, p. UV M. A. ?SKOWN & CO. ? Ojfloe on Marlon Street Opposite M", onie Sall, Friday November 25,1904. A MATTER ?FHEALTH Absolutely Pus?? S HQ SUBSTITUTE ?rotess?onal Cauos. DRTSPENCERT DENTIST. OFFICE Up Btairs in Crosland Building, rhone 180. BENNBTTSVLL.LE, B. C. J DR. J. L. GIBSON, 3DEUTIST Office Over Isaacsohn's Store, PHONE 196. BENNETTSVILI.E, S. C. II U. NEWTON, JENNINGS IC. OWENS. NEWTON & OWENS, ^?^?orneys at Law, 'r% '?ENKlrfTSVILLE, So. CA. Offices Over Planters National Bask, DUDLEY & WAIT, AT T? ) ltN E VS AT LAW, BENNETTS VILLE, S C. igt W. BOUCHIER, Ju? Attorney at Law, BonnottBvillo, 8. O. Offioc OD D-.rl/ngton street near Posta Tdegrapl office* January, 1899. M ?LTON MCLAURIN, Attnn.. ) at Law and Probate Judge BT&triciiu . 'jt?v. t\in:?t-, lU?ttt.TT : VIlM?. (5. P. O. LOX d?. PHoi?i? xl*. Contractor for Electrical work and dealer in Electrical supplies Mot Air Pump ing EntpucK and Gus Engines installed. -'Pipc-flittiug and general m...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 November 1904

BENN??TTSYILLE, S. C, HV S. A. BROWN ArCO. OJflce on Marton Street Opposite Masonic Sall. Friday November 25, 1904. A MATTER CF HEALTH ?E?S?Iuio?y Puyo S SQ SUBSTITUTE professional Caros. DENTIST. OFFICE Up etairo in Crosland Building, 1*7? ono ISO, BENNETTS VILLE, B. O. i DR. J. L. GIBSON, DEUTI8T Office Over Isaacsolm's Storef PHONE 196. BENNETTSVII.I.E, S. C. II ll. NEWTON, JENNINGS IC. OWENS. NEWTON & OWENS, ?y?torneys at Law, ' .i'BsSKl?SsSVUiLEi OA. OHlces Over Planters National Bank. DUDLEY & WAIT, ? ' ATTORNEYS AT LAW, BENNETTS VILLE, S C. til W. BOUCHIER, Ju? Attorney at Law, BcnncttBV?llo, S. O. Office on Darlington Htrect near Postn Tdegrapb office* January, 1899. kk ELTON MCLAURIN, IV j Attorn^) ut Law nud Probate Judge Vi. C. M OH M ? '.*?<' r JJiRottioiaa . cl---.-, umist, . P; O. BOX tl?. i iiOiSi; Ul, Contractor for Electrical work ?ind denier in Electrical supplies Hot Air Punip inc Engiucs nnd dis Engines installed. ?Pipc-Gittiug and general machine work...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 November 1904

.? HOW HE WON. j< W. L. Douglas, Democratic Governor ?lect of Mut acbusetts. TBLEB WHX.HB WAS ELECTED. I He H ny a the Nation Could Have Been | Won by the Democrat* on the Issues that Elected Ulm Governor. "I did what I set out to do. I made Massachusetts a doubtful State. Oap I keep lt so? For that we must wait and see. I hellere we will. The same issue pressed in every other State In the union, with sincerity, would have been Just as as effective as it was in Massachusetts." William L. Douglas, the mosts., talked-ai'out Democrat in the country today, tnus sums up his victory. From a plain businessman, devotinng all his time to his shoe business, and taking little or no part in pub! c af fairs, he has become the idol of Mas saohusetts, and Democratic leaders throughout the nation are turning questioning and speculative eyes upon him. Forty thousand persons joined in a great celebration of his victory at his home town of Brockton, Wed nesday night, and the man who has never had a...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 2 December 1904

The Mar?bor?* Democrat. "DO THOU, GREAT LIBERTY, INSPIRE OUR SOUL AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." - , , , , - VOL^IX. BENNETTS VILLE S. C., FRIDAY DECEMBER,, 2, 1904 NO. <&: '?/ THE DISPENSARY. What Senator 1 illman Thinks Onght to ba Tone With lt. RAISE IT ABOVE SUSPICION Or Farm lt Out to Homo Responsible Priratn Individual or Firm To Man?K>i AB \ Monopoly. Senator Tillman, in a conversation regardb g tbe dispensary law, the other day, with Mr. Kuhn of The News ai d Courier staff, said that it would be very unfortunate In more ways than one if nu th lng were done at the approachin g session of the Gen eral Ass< mhly to straighten out the dispensary system, and raise it above the cloud bf suspicion that is over lt. He said that in his opinion the whole point wa^ the be.-teime.it of the sys ttm. What the General Assembly would have to do would be to straigh ten out thirgs, remove the doubt about the conduct of the busines...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 2 December 1904

65441 8. A. BROWN - - - Editor Friday, December 2, 1904. Subscription Price: Ono year.$1.00 Six months..50 Three months.25 Tho Mendelssohn (huirtette. Uusurjmssctl in l'opularlly. A. Superb Combination. ? ' Tho approaching (Dec 10) appearance j of tho Mendelssohn Qunrtottoin the audi torin in Offers to lovers of good eu tor tain mont an opportunity to hear a* Ono an m traction us is on tho lyccuvD platform: Not only ii ovory mcmhar of tho Qnur lo to an nitist in h's lino, but Miss Mar RUO ito Smith who supports tho quartette, is universilly acknowledged to ho th* foremost child impersonator on tho Amer ioau platform. Shu u the originator of this linc of lyceum entertainment, and tho' imitators have sprung up after her by tho score, she remaius far above any of thom. Tho attraction comes on Satuidav night; ia consequence though it will cos? dear to bring it to Bcnnoltsvillo, thc prico of seats has been fixed at 5<> cents. Tickets will bo on salo nt Douglas' Drug Store after 9 a...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 2 December 1904

BEiTNSTTSYHiLB, S. 0. - HY H. A. BROWN & CO. OUioe on Marion Street ? Opuo&lte Masonic Sall. Friday December 2, 1904. ? MATTER OF HEALTH Absolutely Pur? ms ?rn SUBSTITUTE professional (Taros. DENTIST. OFFICE Up-Btaira in Crotlnnd Building, Phone ISO. BErTJVEl'TSVILI.I?, 8. C. DR. J. L. GIBSON, Office Over I.taacaohit's Store, PHONE 196. BENNETTS VILLIS, S. C. H. NEWTON, JENNINGS IC. OWENS. ?UDLEY ?Sb WAIT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, BENNETTS VILLE, S C. J VV. BOUCHIER, I a Attorney at Law, Bcnncttsville, S. 0. OlScu ou T):.n,:ngton street near Posta liograpb office. January, 1899. ?ELTON Mob AUBIN, j Attorney at Law and Probate Judge Otti.ce in Court HOUKO. -.n.i !.. m i s u ri V uiYnctor lor IS'octr'.cal *.? rk abd'O -.it t c Klccirib 1 puphlibs H?f Ai) I ?ump rn; KiiginCh md (.: ! ': j iii i: -<. ?led L .po-iiiUiug und general nincntue work August 20, 1003. A WATCH is LI KIO A MAN, ii OEDS CLEANING OUT and RE? .tfnee in a while, I nm the ipaircr and will give your Watch a o euro...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 2 December 1904

u BEimSTTSYILLE, S. C. - HY "S. il. ?BOWN & CO. OJJiceon Marion Street Opiioslte Masonic Hall. i'ri?av December 2, 1904. - i A MATTER OF HEALTH A??so?ut2?y Pu?? HAS HO SUBSTITUTE Ipvofcssional (Eau?s. DENTIST. OPFICB Up Btairn in Crooland Building, Phone J SO. BENNET?BVILIiE, 8. C. DR. J. L GIBSON, Office Over Isadcsoh n's Store, PHONE 196. BENNET rs VII.I.E, S. C. II. NEWTON, JENNINGS IC. OWENS. DUDLEY & WAIT, '.ATTORNEYS AT I.AW, BENNETTS VILLE, S C. t W. BOUCHIER, L a At torney at Law, Bennettsvillo, S. 0. Oi?uo ou Darlington street near Posta ilcgrapfc oflWo. , January, 1899. j ?ELTON MpLAURIN, j 'j Attorney at Law and Probate Judge - Otilce in Court Hom e. c moKRXsiOJN . ect;i'.5.vri ?j Kacnvrl.tt, UEXETTJ V t.i:, i. C. rjjisrt?:-*-.^--- - .?.' :->-.?~ hlraotoi fdr Electrical w prk and J dei n Elcctrin.d sup'rdids il o? ?VII Pump tig Eiigitn ti ?nd (lir I; iv.-r.e- ii s'lailed L ipu-uimug ?um general mactunc work \ugusl 20, 1?J03. WHRRR TO GO. oooooooo; A WATCH is LI...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 2 December 1904

POVERTY. A Book That dight to Make the World Think. E. HUNTER, SOCIAL BEFOBMEB, Arraigns Conditions that Give Ono Hundred ?nd Twouty-flve Thou ?and People Half the Na tion's Wealth. Like a voice crying in the wilder ness of wealth and luxury, Robert Bunter, the young social reformer, has uttered an appeal for the ten mil lion people of the United States who are steeped in proverty. To give effect to the appeal, Mr. Hunter, with bis young and beautiful wife, formerly Miss Caroline Phelps Stokes, daughter of Millionaire Anson Phelps Stokes, has abandoned a mansion of wealth and luxury in fashionable Madison avenue and established in Grove Btreet, where sloth and proverty abide on all sides, a home from which be and Mrs. Hunter will be able to devote their efforts toward the alleviation ot the suffering. Not with any flare of trumpets bas Mr. Hunter taken this radical Btep. He and his pretty wife, whom be met a year ago while they were separately ministering to the poor of the slums, h...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 9 December 1904

uemocra - "DO THOU, GREAT LIBERTY, INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CA??i S." 7 VOL.\?aX. .ii BENNETTS VILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1904, NO. 60. COTTON IS Kim. Bapid Invasion, of Strangs Trade Fields by he Staple. INCREASES DEMAND ON CROP. ?onie Interesting.Kncte tb?t Will be Read With Interest by the People ol' the South; The world's use of cotton In com merce, the domest'c Held, the equip ments of armies, In the arts-it miy be said, in every sphere of material development, ls practicaly lu its in fancy. When we consider that cotton ls the cheapest material for clothing knuv n toman it appears more than likely that the cottt n Industry will goon expmdlng until the whole of the inhabited earth ls cloth d with the products of its lot ms. "Up in the frc zen north the Klondike miner .slips at night into a paratiued sleep lng bag of South Carolina ducks; away in the east the doughty little Japa nese soldier's fchclter tent ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 9 December 1904

tin t i R: 8* A. BUOWN - - - Editor Friday, December 9, 1904. Subscription Pri?e: One year.$1.00 Six months.'. .50 Three months.25 The Mendelssohn Quartette. Unsurpassed in Popularity, A Superb Combination. The Mendelssohn Quartette, which isto appear at the Auditor rum Saturday night, opened thc Charleston Lyceum course Wed nesday night. The Mendelssohn are tho first musical attraction to appear on the Charleston course, tho' the latter lins been running for severn1 years. This fret speaks for the quality of the entertainment, which the Bennettsville people are to be given the opportunity to enjoy. Residents of Bennettsville, who have heard the quartette say it is unexcelled. Reserved scats now on sele at 50 cents, a price that is making seats very popular. LIPPARD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE Mr. Editor:-I am glad to say thai Vrof. Lippard lins est ablished one ol hil Business Colleges in our city, and h certainly giving our young people superior advantages, in obtuiniug a thorough business...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 9 December 1904

BEN?TETTSYILLE, S. 0. MY 8. A. BROWN A CO. Ofllco'on Marlon Street Opposite Masonic Sall. Friday Deoember 9, 1904. A ??ATTER OF HEALTH Absolutely Puro HAS N? SUBSTITUTE professional daros. "D?TsplNciRrT DENTIST. \ OFFICB Up ataira in Croeland Building, Pho7ic ISO. v BENNETTSVIl/LE, 8. O. DR.: J. L. GIBSON, Otjlce Over Isaacsohn's Store, PHONE 196. BENNETTKVIIXE, S. C. n ni NEWTON, JENNINGS IC. OWENS. NEWTON & OWENS, Attorneys at Law, ? BENNETTS VILLE, So. CA. O??kceVOvcr Planters National Bank. "DUDLEY & WAIT, ATfO UNE YS AT LAW, BENNETTS VILLE, S C. fcff W. BOUCHIER, Jt, o At torney at Law, Benncttsville, S. C. f )ifk r rlrngton street ucar Postu January, 1899. ?pi>?"\ oL AURIN, y at Law and Probate Judge r?m Q\ $lo<* til?.';: ? . ".vT: : - (?KN.5 rt.; . I ri, 3 R. 3'. ol HO S 98i . pl ?. ing Engines nud Caa Engiucs installed Pipc-fiitting and general machine work Aunust 20, 1903. WH EUE TO GO. AXW'ATCH ?s^?ii? A MAN, ii -^'??S^tnCEANING CUT and RE PAIRING once iu a w...

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