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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 11 December 1903

BSipETOYILLE, S. O. 1 R BY s. A. ymow?r ?too* , . Oi^co p?i JlletWon Street Opposite Masonic Kati. Fridar, Decembor ll, 1903. IL* Our Town Oorvernment. . . MAVOR-~P.;A. Hodges ALDERMEN-J. Frank Breeden, O. 8. Chaffin;. A. Q. Sinclair. W. W. Pate. CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc? L?ur?ri. . Office open daily. POLICE-J. F. David,- H. ?. Harper Marlboro Countyi Officers. S ii En UT-J. B. Grcon CLE?,k_pr CLEBK-J. A. Drake . ~" ' JUDGE OP P?OD?TB-M. MoLaurin CORONER-O. F. Covington . . . SUPERVISOR-M. E. Coward ?, SUPT. EDUCATION-W. L. Btanton TREABURBR-J. H. Thomas AUDITOR-Chas. I. Sherrin. -SENATOR-Chas. S. MsCall. ? ?EPREStNrATiVEs-D. D. MoColl, Jr. J. P. Bunoh, Welcome Quick. MAaiBTATK8-C D. Easterl?DR, T. L. Crosland, Bennottsvillo, ll. L. MoLaurin, MoColl John A. Calhoun. Clio, "W. J. Atkinson, Blenheim, D. D. Stubbs, Brightsvillo, ^AVUtV\.Irby, Smithville. Bennettsville Church Directory METnoDniT-A. B. WatBon, P. 0. Hf. Su,iday Behool 5 00 p. m. Preaching at 11.00 a. m. and 8.30 p...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 11 December 1903

FACM A ClllSIS. The Invasion of the Boll Weevil Is a Beal Menaco TO TB3 C?TION OF THE SOUTH. ' ./What EeorotAij ofAflrlcuHuro.xWn'' son Says About' thereat In '' Ul? Annual Report to Congress. In his seventh annual report to'Cofl; gress Seoretary of Agriculture "Wilson . deals at sc cac length; with a subject of ;?:'/Mn?lderable;: interest to the cotton planters" of the; South. Here is what he says: . THE) COTTON BOLI. WEEVIL. . v The continued spread pf the cotton . boll w?evii? and the danger- threaten lng the most important industry of tho south by the direct prospect that it will soon reach all portions of the cotton belt, resulted In the. appropria - tlon'by congress of ?20,000 for-'?'con ? tluuatloo? and enlargement of the work of'the division wlth\that pest. This .work was under the direct charge In Texas of Mr. W. D. Hunter, who was aided by a number of assist ants. The funds at the disposal of the di vision enabled it for - the first :tlme to ; conduct experiments with thc ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 11 December 1903

$: invasion o?. t?io Boll Weevil IB a Heal Menace TO THE COTTON OF THE SOUTH. \Wh*t-B6o1r?tary of ?^rloulturo ?\V1I BOU Bays Ab?ut\tb.e rest In *.' Ula Annual. Report to Congress. ... .. Io bis,seventh annual report tpjQ?rT-? Kress Secretary: of Agriculture Wilson - deals at some length wi Wi a subject of considerable Interest to, the cotton planters'o? the, South. '..Here ia what he says: . TUB COTTON BOLL .WEEVIL. The continued spread of the cotwm boll weevil^ and the danger- "threaten ing the most important industry of I tho south by the direct prospect that lt will soon reach all portions of tho cotton belt, resulted in the. appropria*, -tlon by congress of 820,000 for'a .'c?n . tlnuatlon? and enlargement of the work of the division wlth^that pest.' .This . work was 'under the direct charge in Texas of Mr. W. D. Hunter, who was aided by a number of assist ants. ! The funds at the disposal of the di* vision enabled it . for -the first time to conduct experiments with ' tho cultu ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 18 December 1903

"PO THOU LIBERTY GREAT. INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MASE 0??jg? IK THY POSSESSION HAPPY. OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY OAUSE." BENNETTSVIIiLE. S. C., ERp|^kY, DECEMBER 18, 1903. A GOOD EXAMPLE. i A MostMuniiioieat Beque?t to the : City SohoolV of Columbia. ' ! ALSO TO ' THE CITY HOSPITAL. The'- L?ate Charles Logan, ol Columbia, : Ito membered the City of His Adoption in Rle WU!. By'"the will of the late Oharlea Lo ^..??:^- gan the city of Columbia -receives ' >: legaoies aggregating no less than $60, OOO. : The Columbia hospital and St. Peter's. Catholic church each receive ' 05,000.. The document was admitted to probate Tuesday afternoon, and " ' this i.was ;the /first opportunity fox verification of rumors which have beer afloat for several days. The-State says shortly after Mr. ' Logan's death 'The State was told that the oity would receive from hit estate quite a large amount for thc erection of additional school build ings. .The relatives of Mr. Logar, . declared that. the will ha...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 18 December 1903

S. -a. JBJ??.TTJV';: - -Editor. Fridav. Docoiiibor 18 1903. ; .Subscription Frle??-'" Oho year:,.?LOO Six months...........- .60 Three, months.... rr;..... .25 H?FPY OIT Y OF MoOOLL. 'items' of Interest From. This . Hus tling Little City. '.? On tho 1st of last Sopternbor tho Mo-, 'Coil H|gh School was opened by, Prof.- J. A, Thacketon', Principal, with ope assist ont, MIR? Carmichael. By their deler. .mined efforts in' one month after, opening; another ussiatnet was needed and added. oyi^^Mrs'Ford: Now pupils continued to /come in und this wri?Dg tho s?hool build ing is'Glied--every desk being occupied. >li? Tho prescht corps of Teachersis just the . kind to build, up a first -class school, and ;Woll may lh'6 people* of McColl boast on .haying a ?'ohbol Bccond to nono- in Marl boro county;-": ." \Vith tho many obstacles that confronted (hom in tho form of a disorganized fchool. poor building equip menta and unattractive grounds, wc think it remarkable that such success should a ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 18 December 1903

33 Y S. A. BRO WK- ACO. 0^c?o^Maribn Street Opposite Masonic Hall. . '';".".'*."'''."".-H.:..^..^^...w?.r.4k.-V ^Igridafi Deoember 18, 1903. '?. ?<:'?? I ~:-'-:-;-: A. Marlboro Boy Bight Tho Wilmington Star says there ia : op?5 cotton mill in * North Carolina * ;lhatyiajnot standing ' baofc on account of the high price of optton. The mil] at Lombprton ia goiog ahead with ita plan to enlarge the plant, aqd while other mills are talking about shutting vtl?,wp|.Mr. H. B. Jennings went to . Pitrsburgto purchase new machinery. |Mr. Henry; Jennings is a Bennetts .j' vljl? .boy and;has been in tho cotton mill business long enough to know :/ uo-vrtb^manago one. C?oirig to Walk Alone. We learn-that' bur bid friend, j^&fr. J?meB F. LewiB who has been ^anpermtending Mr. O. S. McCall's place, on the Society Hill road, has resigned, and rented ; tho Dudley "Beatty farm" and ? NV iii crop on his own account next yyar. We ?hall miss him when { ive go fishing next summer. He is 1 ft good far...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 18 December 1903

mSYLLLB, S. 0. . BY S. A. BRO WK. & CO. Oj?2c3 ott ' Marlon Street Opposite , ' . ilf?>son<c . Hall? , , ^ j^^id^Yi '^^^ l?' 1903; A Marlboro Boy Hight The Wilmington 8tar says there io A .one.> cotton mill in ^ North Caroljon ' thstiia. not siahdiug back on account of the high price of cotton. Tho mill ....at Lnmbprton ia going ahead with its ;^ plaj?-t?^blarge the plant, and while Othor mills are talking about shutting down; Mr. H. B. Jennings went to '?\ Pi tr?burg to purchase new machinery. ???r. H^nry Jennings is a Bennetts ,v viii.) boy and has been io the cotton S:;;jnHl business long enough to know ; : }\'->w: to manage onel lt ? lng to Walk Alone. We learn - that our old friend, j _Mr. James F. Lewis who has been ! ! superintending Mr. O. S. McCall's ' place on the Sooiety Hill road, has resigned, and rented the Dudley "Beatty farm" and will erop on his own account next year. We shall miss him when we go fishing next summer. He is a good farmer and wo trust ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 18 December 1903

Ante Mortem. HQYV much would X wiro for it, could I know . I That when I Um under tho grata irtud snow- . '.Th? ravelled gorraorit of Earth's brief doy - ;...'.>. Fold?d>nd quietly hi?da\y?ytv:-.:--. TTho spirit let loose JCrorh mortal bare, And somewhere ?way hmong the stare Ilbw'nrach do you th?ok ifcwould Inattor, then, ' What'pralso waa lavished on me, or when, .iWhatovor might bo ltk atiht.or store, If lt neither could help or harm mo more?. - :1 If,.whlio I was1 tolling, thoy had hut thought ':;Ta stretch a Unger, I would have caught ViQlndly mich old to buoy me through ?'.Borne bitter duty I had to do, Though,whohit waa dobo, they said, maybe, :; To oUjera--thby never aaid to mo 't; ,lho word of praise,'so craved, whoso worth - Had been ibo mipromest joy on earth, If gi v'n mo then: "Wo aro proud to know . '-Thai one of ouraolvc.8 baa triumphed so." ... What uno for tho rope, if lt bo not flung Till tho swimmor^B grasp to tho rock has clung? : What help In a comrado's b...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 December 1903

: '?DO THOU LIBERTY GREAT. INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAfcl^HJR LIVES IN 'PHY POSSESSION HAPPY, OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." .]??_' . ? :'. VOL. XXVII. BENNETTSVILLE, S. C., FMpAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1903. NO. 14. 8??tbi^waia? ?ad'' Gorman Fp?ak for l enoir "Country'a Ht nor. ^'c?fi . ' 'SECOND ' NAPOLEON- " / Q l^s?ttjiit'.ttnil Mrv ?oou?fo..O?*tl . cised by*?tri. Uoriuun"Without j* .f K , Itesforvo.-Tho Stopy 'of - ington on "Thursday'; ?vas,.--tho? scene of wJk*RP^ miaftj^aj^^^ '?':y. president'srecbgnltioiT?f the indepeu %-:;..;v4ettCjB*pf.tbe/-j:op?bHo of panama.. The ^^./.?ls?i^bri'li?g^M with"* speech by Mr. r.v/rrHo?f. ?n inquiry and l>; - Ins ted several botu^^-TCri addition to .; Mr. Hoar's address'there were speeches .O- ; by Mr. Gorman arid . Mr; F^niker.'.. All ^ i three were ^notable-. ujEt-e??inoes abd of historical'interest. ; - . . - >?..yjir.. Hoar1...TOniin?'d^hfe'V'r?marks to :*hl8 resolution ?hd they Were carefully : . written out and read from.manuscript : ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 December 1903

? 8? A. BROWN - - - Editor. . Friday^ Deoember 201903. * SuTjscrlpttou Frlcet One year............ '..... $ 1.00 ?'? Six months..... .?......... .50 ; Three months.............. .25 A Praiseworthy Object _ - Mr. Jnrueg A. Drake for some time . has-had u der consideration somo plan for Vaisiog ? fund lo be UBcd only ; for charitable purposeo in our town-? j;Bomotbing that bas been badly needed for years when calls have been made for'thei exercise bf benevolence. He has now organized a special committee of oho from each church who will . servowith.him io devising means for -raising this fund. As a beginning Mr. Drako has se? cured Mr. Lou J. Beauchamp, the humorous philosopher and lecturer, of the Soulhera Lyceum, * for au enter tainment to-be given in the Court House Friday night January 8th, and ns we have not had any entertainment for borne timu we know our people will gi va him u rousing welcome and aid the committee in their laudable work. Next week wo will toll you what the ! pr...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 December 1903

Sock Hill Buggies. V? Tho agent.Mr: P. A. " J^gea ha* : just received a carload of those hand some buggles.nnd if you want a fine buggy calfon him. Don't You Want it? {;r-Dr. Stamps, of Lumber Bridge, N. "(J.?'baa a moe f.-.rm in Cumberland .coanty, N. C.. four miles south of 'JtoyeUevHle that you can buy reason able. The place for a good home. "Write bim. Town Taxes l)ixo. Tho books for the collection of Town Taxes aro now open and. .Clerk McLanrin ia ready to write 'your receipt. Seo his notice else- i ?where. ?Clio Novelty Works. '\ Parties in want cf Sash, Doors, Blinds, Balusters, Bracket Work, etc., can get them from Olio Nov elty FPorks. Mr. P. A. Hodges ia ? agent at Bennettsville. Tho Qp4tin%rt?il Plant Co. XillroU ??. ?.T., aro Ibo shippers of strawberry plants in tho yprld. All ilceiring to grow this l.Boious fruit should write for their full catalogue. They offer also all kinds fruit tress. See their ad. Our Town Oorvemment. MAYOR-P. A. Hodges ALDERMEN-J. Frank Breeden, ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 December 1903

. Tue Spell of ?Iprry! Cbrl?tnm?. Tis tho timo of year for th? loving cup To' ??t? from kah<V.to hand,: iVbon tho Bouiicia.of .wassail and rovulry ' Aro echoing o'er ibo'land. A' - . '"at North, whoro'tbo skate, skims tb?.iriere, And fe'duth, wkero tho redbLNS s^?"i'<?j*?iS ?' clja'af choor to tho waulng yearv :.',: j n--.- ? h?M?rr^Vhristhi?a brings. ^lis tho t?mo'of year ?or'?io Open hand - And tho teador heart and true, ?; \Whoa a rift ot beaven lias cleft the Ekles: ?my. ; v And tho sainte ?'fe looking through. . ?"?: Tho llaitaq loapBhlgk where tho heart was drear, :>.:??: Au^ sorrowful eyes growbright, Por? m oe sag o dear that all may hoar / . Waa. boroo oh the OhriBumas light. 'Tia tho time of yeor for tho cordial word And tho griieool tho lifted load. For b^o'thor tu como to brotherB help On the? routh and stony road. "-'Tia timo to bury tho anoloht hate, And to make tho quarrels up; -. No grudge has room whor* the.rosos bloom : Bound tho Christmas loving cup. ? .?...

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

"DO THOU LljtERTY GKKAT. MHB? OU* SOULS AND MAKE CUB "Vr S IK Si ?i???Sif SS VOL. XXIX. BENNETTSyiLI?E, S, Cf^BIDAY, JANUARY ?, 19?4. THAIN WRECKE?. The Duques?* Fast Flyer Is Wracked and Sixt -threa . BEESONS ABE KILLED OUTRIGHT. Tho Horrlblo Accident Ocourrod Six iiiics item Pittsburg,. Penn, [J.i Tho Train Waa BouiitV tor New York. With a terrible crash and a grind ing noise, the Duquesne limited, the fast ^brough passenger train from burg to New York on tho Baltl and Ohio railroad, ploughed in? pile of lumber at Laurel Run, miles, west of Dawson, Fa., at 7.41r*^?R*r^eo%S3?a>~eTerilng, and it 1B estimated that 63 lives were lost and 30 persons were Injured. The train left Pittsburg this erenlng, run ning a few minutes late, in charge of Engineer Wm. Thornley tille. When approaching Laurel Run, which is a particularly fine piece ot roadbed, the train was running at a high rate of speed. Suddenly the passengers were throwu from their seats by the lightning-like application of th...

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

3LGFP .JOTTINGS. jesdriy afternoon, D?cern ?t tho good peop'e, et least leny of them, of Ked Bia0 rat WiUis aohool to witue J? iB^x?Y?S??~t>fr-eaid- school. BEAUTY SPOT ACADEMY, , The closing- exercises of this schcol in troductory to the Christmas holidays, came off Friday., the iSth inst. The oe-' casion was most enjoyable from every standpoint. The attendance, incorrora ating the most cultured element ol our tl? at 2 o clock the childrbT*{-pe?ple,.was large and appreciative. 1 tuon the nineo und fop two! VThe cresent incumbents~of this'nc o ro quict day, aps to inclement sept young and old ^ost of the day. There al?b a marked absence o? strong drink, or ugly behavior. It was ps quiet as Sunday. Thc days previous were, indeed, fine, and our streets were orowded from morn till night with "present" Beekers, and our merchants report the largest and best tr ado for years. Tho sales included horses, buggies, harness and furniture. They all wore smiles at their success in sup plying ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 1 January 1904

BENNETTSTOiLE, 8. ?. BY S. A. ?BOWN * CO. Oj0lc0 or? iUaWon ?*ree? Opx>ooiU Masonic Mail? Friday, January 1. 1904. ii i ---- Rock Hill Buggies. ; The agent Mr. P.A. Hodge* hw just received a carload of those hand some buggies and if you want a fine buggy call ou bim. Don't You Want Itr Dr. Stamps, of Lumber Bridge, N, Cbnoa Dice f rm in Cumberland county, N. G., four miles couth ol .fayetteville that you can boy reason able. The place for a good home. Write him. Clio Novelty Works. /Parties in want of Sash, Doors, Minde, Balusters, Bracket Work, - ?&?\, can get them from Olio Nov elty fTorks. \: Mr. F. A. Hodges is agent at Bennottsville. DEATHS' DOINGS. Died at bO??*(n Blenheim. onMondn7 oiorM tiv.ac? ?bth looj, akas .. shot? illness; Mrs IN?ARV HF.NEGAN, consort . o! ?.bc la:? ?'.j. Chas. S. Henegan. Sh? leav?'i one daughter Miss Maggie, two sisl^ri, .ind a Urgft d.-cte ot relatives to a*ouri. her loss. She was laid to rest at Blenheim cemetery on Wednesday morning at ?? o'...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 1 January 1904

With you we've seen a winter gc And heard tho robina sing; With you wo'vu fondly gazed upon " ino beuu??a o? ibo opriug. With you v/e'vo seen tho suminor como, lu all ita wealth of bloom, And with you wo bav? wandered througU The gardens of porfume. With you wo saw tho autumn tint The leaves in colora bright: _ And you wore with us ivnon the frost Spread wide its deadly blight. Anti when the wintor came again It round you still our friend, Though weary, faint, and tottering, And waiting tor tho end. Twelve months ago wo welcomed you, When you wore young and fair, But now your once stniigbt form Is bowea, And whitened bi your hair. The time has oomo for you to go, And wo can only sigh And shake your hand, and sadly say, "Goodby, Old Year, goodbyi Tho Now Year. A friend stands si tho door, _: In cithjis^rght closed hand Hiding neb gifts, threo hundredand threescore, Walting to stiow them dally o'er tho bind Even as Bood tho sower. ' ' Each drop ho treads lt in and passes by; lt cannot...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 8 January 1904

"?>V> THOU LIBERTY GREAT. INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND il I LIVES IN THY'POSSESSION HAPPY. OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN TH Y CAUSE." voil BENNF^TSVILLEi S. FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1904. NO: 2. \T AWFUL CAL.lffiTY. Nearly Six Hundred Human Beings Burnt in a Theatre Fire. WOEBT HC BEOR OF CENTUBY. BcRon With a i?atiie Caused by a Fire that Started on tho Sta?;e. Tho Bodies Were Plied Twelvo Deep. The city of Chicago was the scene of one of tho worst calamities of the cen tury on last Wednesday, wnen over six hundred people were burned death in the Irlqut is theatre, the newest, the largest, and as far as human power could make it, the safest thea x>^gies*B'nii,1lcago. "?sti nates of the fatalities - %try. The poi''ce account of tho dead "is ,536. "The estmate bf the newspapers, is 500. Iles! iles this there are 55 people missing at mid night, tho majority of whom are probably arming the. dead in the morgue and various undertaking es tablishments. A few of these people were burned to death b...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 8 January 1904

S. A. BllOWIT - - - Editor] .--x-grjdav. January 3, 1904. Subscription Priori Ono your.. .$ ?.00 Six months. .50 Thrco months. .25 C???NttES FOR 16fJ4. IN TOWN AND COYNTY. Among thc numerous changes tak iug place wo mention the following.* Mr. Lauch Freeman, who bas been J working for Mr. C. Si McCall; for .the I past year, has rented a farm in lower) part of the county and will farra next year. Mr. J. H. Davia of Bethel section lins turued over hts farm to his son Harry and will move to town. Mr. Chas F. Covington, who bael been living in the brick ' house un ! Marion St., haB moved to one of Mr George Cropland's cottages near . the [ Episcopal church. > MIY James Carroll, who owns the! house vacated by Hr. Covington, will occupy it himself. Mr George Freeman has moved to the house vacated by Mr. Shelton on Hebron street. Mr. II. J. Godwin who haa bten living in lower Brownsville has moved un to Mr. J. C. Campbells farm near Blenheim. Mr J. Ii. Stanton of lower Hebron will be ma...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 8 January 1904

BEJNIJ^?ETTST?LLE, S. G. BY S. A. BROWN & CO, Ojfice on Marion Street Opposite Mmonic Hall. Friday, January 8, 1804. UIW'IM i I" "*^*-? Bobbery at S?c.o?y H?i!. Joe Dickson, colored, of Society i lill had his house robbed on Wed nesday night about 8 o'clock by two white men masked. They secured ?335 and 50 cents in rash. Ono old a pistol in his face while the 'other one made him open his safe. For cleaning old Furniture there is nothing like Cedarine Fur niture Polish for sale at New Fur niture Store. (lock Hill Buggies. The agent Mr. P. A. Hodges has just received a carload of those hand and if you nant a fine buggy call on Tnm>v 3)on't You Want it?V ) Dr. Stamps, of Lumber 'Bridge, N. CJ., has a nico f-rrh in Cumberland county, N. C., four miles south of Fayetteville tbat you can bey reason able. Tlie place for a good home. Write him. KNOX LIVINGSTON, Attorney at Law, BENNETTS VILLE, 8o. ?A. DUDLEY & WAIT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, BENNETTSVILTJE, SC. . \ Our Town, Gorvemment. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 8 January 1904

BENNETTSYILLE, S. 0. BY ?. A. BROWS A CO. ?fllce on Marion Street Opposite Masonic Mall. Friday, January 8. 1904. Robbery at Soeiety Hill. Joe Dickson, colored, of Society lill had his house robbed on Wed nesday night about 8 o'clock by two white men masked. They secured $335 and 50 cents in rash. Ono h sid a pistol in his face while the other one made him open his safe. For deaning old Furniture there is nothing like Cedarine Fur niture Polish for sale at New Fur- ; niture Store. . Kock Hill Buggies. Theagent Mr. P.A. Hodges haa| just received a carload of thoso hand* and if yon want a fine | buggy call on ?ihr.-v Won't You Want II? . x Dr. Stamps, of LumberxBridge, N. d., has a nice frih in Cumberland ?..ninty, N. C.. four miles couth of Fayetteville tbat you can buy reason* i ?ible. The place for a good home, /rito him. KNOX LIVINGSTON, Attorney at Law, BENNETTS VILLE , So. CA. DUDLEY & WAIT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, BENNETTSVILLE, SC. A Our Town Gorvemment. [MAYOR-P. A. Hodges ALDE...

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