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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 May 1904

BEHNETTSYILLE, S. 0. Office on Marton Street Opposite Masonic Hail. _Friday. May 20. 1904. ??IS ? MATTER OFHE?Sm POWDER Absolutely Pura THERE ISM SUBSTITUTE His Office Now Open. Dr. J. L Gioaon, who has been taking a course at the Atlanta Dental College carne in Friday and baa opened his office for tbe treatment of old teeth or replac ing thom with new OUOB, office over Mr. Ieaacsohn'a 8tore. Phono 196. Quick Arroat J. A. Gullcdgo of Verbena, AU. was twice in the hospital from a revere caso of piles causing 24 tumors. After doc tors and all remedies fulled, Buckloa's Arnica Suive quickly arrested further inflammation and cured bim. It con ?iers aches and kills pain. 25c. at J, T. ouglus Druggist. I suffered for many years with nervous and sick headache. Tried mapy modi cines uud i-everul doctors. Nothing cured mc until I got Lee's Headache ana Neu ralem Remedy. It is simply worth its weight in ?nid. MRS. JNO.W. SPRINKLE. Charlotta, N. C., The nricc 25c. at the drug store FOE LADIES ...

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. — 20 May 1904

BEN1?ETTSYLLLE, S. C. ^JBYS. A. BROWN & CO. Office on Marlon Street Opposite Masonic Sall, Friday. May 20. 1904. ITISAMAFTEB OFHEAUJi mm* POWDER Absolutely Pure THERE ?Sm SUBSniVTZ His Office Now Open. Dr. J. L GioBon, who baa been takirjg a course at the Atlanta Dental Colleen c?ame in Friday and has oponed bis office for the treatment of old teeth or replac ing them with new cition, offico over Mr. Ieaacsohn'a Store. Phono 196. Quick Arrest J. A. Gulledgo of Verbena. AU. was twice io tbe hospital from a severe case of piles causing '24 tumors. After doc tors and all remedies failed. Bucklcn's Arnica Salvo quickly arrested further inflammation and cured him. It con ?uers aches und kills pain. 25c. at J, T. louglus Druggist. I suffered for many years with nervous and ?ick headache. Tried mapy modi ciaos aud i-cvcral doctors. Nothing cured mc until I got Lee's Headache ano Neu* rnleiu Remedy. It is simply worth its weifcht in Kold. MRS. JNO, W. SPRINKLE. Charlotte, N. C.. Tile pr...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 May 1904

SAW BEECHER. Br. Funk Had a Conversation With the Dead Preacher. A MESSAGE FROM HIM FIRST. Dr. Fuuk Says tMut Ile Saw Beecher 10 Well Defined Form and Told of the World ol Spirits. Dr. I. K. Funk of the Funk & Wag nails publishing house, well known as a lecturer In the causo of total abstin ence from intoxicants and us an editor of prohibition publications, says The Kew York Sun, has embodied in book form the result of his investigation of psychic phenomena which have seemed to him to be supernatural in their na ture. This book published today un der the title "The Widow's Mite and Other Psychic Phenomena," contains a quantity of new information regard ing Dr. Funk's communications with tho alleged spirit of Dr. Henry Ward Beecher about a yeai ago. The main points of the Widow's Mite story were printed at that time. Dr. Funk's new book tells the story circumstantially and supports it with a quantity of affidavits from every one concerned--except, of course, the spirits. Dr. Funk...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 May 1904

SAW BEECHER. Dr. Funk Had a Conversation With the Dead Preacher. A MESSAGE FROM HIM FIRST. Dr. Fuufc Sayn tbac Ho Baw Beecher In Well Defined Form and Told Of the Worli! ol Spirits. Dr. I. K. Funk of the Funk & Wag nails publishing house, well known as a lecturer In the cause of total abstin ence from intoxicants and as an editor of prohibition publications, says The New York Sun, has embodied in book form the result of his investigation ol psychic phenomena which have seemed to him to be supernatural in their na ture. This book published today un der the title "The Widow's Mite and Other Psychic Phenomena," contains a quantity of new information regard ing Dr. Funk's communications with the alleged spirit of Dr. Henry Ward Beecher about a year ago. The main points of the Widow's Mite story were printed at that time. Dr. Funk's new book tells the story cricumstantially and supports it with a uuantlty of affidavits from every one concerned -except, of course, the spirits. Dr. Fun...

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. — 27 May 1904

Democra DO THOU LIBERTY GREAT. INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE. L LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY. OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." VOL ?sax. BENNETTSVILLE, S. C" ' ERIDAY, MAY 27,1904. NO. 22. STATE CONVENTION. Damoorats of South Carolina Met in Columbia Last Wednesday. COL. D. S. HENDERSON CHAIRMAN Mayor Rhett and Colonel Will : Jone? Delegates nt Large by Vote. GOT. Heyward and Senator ".'ill man by Acclamation. The Democratic State Convention met in Columbia last Wedne day at 12 o'clock, and was called to order by Gen. Wilie Jones, chairman of the State Democratic executive commit tee. Nominations for temporary chairman being called for, the uame of Mr. E. Marion Ruckcr of Ai derson was presented by Mr. John E. Bre azeale. There being no upiosltiou Mr. Bucker was elected by a? elaina - tion. Upon being escorted 'AI the chair, Mr. Bucker declared th it the day of the transient in S.iuth Cirolina politics is at an eud. lie expressed the hope and the belief that the con vention would...

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. — 27 May 1904

?. A. BROWN - - _ Editoi Friday. May 27,1904. Subscription Price: One year.[ . l.oo Six months.50 Three months.. .25 MARLBORO HIGH SCHOOL Tho clciinir exercises of ihn Miirlhoro High Sohnol at Tulum will embrace Muy 27ih to .?1st inclusive : 27th, Musicale 8.30 p ni 28lh, Literary Soointv, 3.30 |> m., and add re M by Col Knox LivingstOU 29i h, Sermon by ltev P. F. Kilgo, of Dailiueton. 30th, School Concert, 8.30 p. m. :>lf?t. Anuual Picnic and address by Hon II Ii Scarborough. OUR GRADED SCHOOL The commencement of 1904 ho gan Sunday with a sermon by Kev. Henry Covington ol'Sumter, at thc Methodist church, which was a gem, and thc church won hi n't hold thc crowd that turned out lo hear him. Thc concert Tor Monilay night was well gotten up and would have been a grand success, und heartily enjoyed by everybody, but for tho introduction ol'a new feature-one unknown in the history of our town, totally uncalled for, entirely un necessary, ami wicked in its con ception-issuing reser...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 27 May 1904

BEN1?ETTSYILLE, S. 0. BY S. A. BROWN & CO. f on Marion Street Opjws Masonic Hall, '......"? OM.....,.i i ;< Friday. May 27, 1904. /TIS AMATTER OF HEALTH POWDER Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE His Office ??ow Open. Dr. J. L GioHOD, who bas been taking | a/course nt tho Atlanta Dentnl (Jolie cime ta Friday and has opened bin office J.'or tho tren Lu. Mit ot old tooth or repine Jog them with nev/ ones, office over Mr. ; lsaaesohn's Btorn. Phono 19G. Quick Arrost J. A. GuUedgc ol' Verbena, Ala. was twice iu the hospiud from a severe case of piles causing '24 tumors. Alter doc tora and all remedies failed. Buckle n's Arnica Salvo quickly arrested further inflammation und cured him. It eon quern aches and kills pain. 2~>c. ut J, T. Douglas Druggist. I Suffered for many years with nervous j and tick headache. Tiied maoy modi cines and t-cvcral doctors. Nothing cured me until I got Lee's Headache and Neu ralgia Remedy. It is simply worth ?ts | weight in gold. | M KS. JJ?O.W...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 27 May 1904

My MM, She Knows." M v, pa be ECO Ida me jcs becus He bayi* I'm gettav "tough;" ? He says my ince is never clean, My hands ere always rough; I'm not lu bavin' like I should, An" gola' wrong, I a'poso. But ma, she takes un' jw ta my hand Au bmiles, beeuz she knows. My pa hain't got no uso for boys, Ile wants 'em always men; I wonder if ho's clonu forgot The boy ho must o' been: For mn, sho says thov'ro nil alike, 'Bout face, an* hands an' clothes, An' says I'll learn to be a mun; Au mu, I guess she knows! My pa, he says I ain't no good At doh-.' anything; I'd rather fool away tho timo An whistle, play, nod sing; But ma, sho smiles an' says I'm young . An' then she up au noes And kisses me an shows mo how; r'or ma, you bet, sho knows! My pa* ho says I'll novor bo A business mau like Iii in, i Beor/ I hain't got any "drive," Au' * get np," "pluck" and "vim;" But ina, she says, so solemn like, A man's a boy that ?rows, . An' boys must have their pinyin' spells; Au' mu's a trump, au' kno...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 3 June 1904

,'DO THOU LIBIRTY QBEAT. ' INSPIBB OUB SOULS AND MAM|)OB LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPT. OB OUB DEATHS aLOBIO?S IN THY CAUSE." VOI^XIX. BENNETTS VILLE, S. C.. FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1904. NO 23. GREENWOOD BURNED. Mri. Annie Moseley of Central Hotel Burned to Death. PROPERTY LOSS IS VERY HEAVY. Ono Half of tho Business Section of tho Progresa! ve li 111 1 o City Coen up In Smoko. A special dispatch from Greenwood to Tho State says fully one-half of the business portion of that town was wiped out by tire early Wednesday morning. The property loss will ap proximate $1."1:1,000, with abott; $70 000 Insurance. Mrs. Annie Moseley, proprietor of the Central hotel, lost her life in the tire. The lire originated, it is believed, In the kitchen of the Central hotel, located lu the building owned by J. & D. M. Spinel, and occuping the entire second story. Thc lirst alarm was given at 3.15 a. m. hy an engineer on a C. & W. C. freight train standing In the yard. The train crew was soon on the sp...

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. — 3 June 1904

THEM?RLBORO DEMOCRAT S. A., BROWN - - - Editor Fridav, June 3, 1904. Subscription i'rice: One year. Six months... Three months ? 1.00 , .50 .25 FEN AND SC1SSORGJRAFHS The State primary begins June 21. They say New York is about to be lost to the Democrats. Court meets in Darlington on the second Monday in J une. President Kosevelt made the Memorial address at Gettys burg Monday. Senator Stanley Quay, senior U. S. Senator from Pennsyl vania died Saturday, South Carolina mourns the death of another grand old man -Col. J. A. Hoyt of Greenville. Candidates for State offices, CongreflB and Solicitor must lile pledges boforo tho 20th. A remedy for the boll weave] lias at last been found. It is an ant from Guatamala that the department of agriculture thinks will save our cotton. Good medical authority de clares that the too free use of ice is the cause of the increas ing prevalence of appendicitis and other kindred troubles. Rev.-It. W. Burwell and J.G. * HjM made speeches in the Gen ei\al...

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

BENNETTSYLLLE, B. C. Office on Marion Street Opposite Masonic Hall. Friday, June 3, 1904. tTISAMAItEROFBEBJM POWDER Absolutely Pure \jTHERE ?SNQ SUBSTITUTE His Office Now Open. Dr. J, T. OtoBon, who hu been taking a conree at tba Atlanta Dental College came in Friday aad baa oponod bil offloo for tho treatment of old tooth or replao ing them with now onos, office over Ut. laaacsohn'd Store. Phono 196. ^ Qa lok Arro ot j A. Gulledgo of Verbena, Ala. was twice'" ln0 hospital from a nevero case of p?|cs causing 24 tumors. Atter doc tors and '',]' remedies fuiled, Bucklen's Arnica Saf^P quickly arrested further inflammation an,i cured him. It con Suers ?chea ond. kills pain. 25c at J, T. ouglas Druggist. I suffered for many years with nervous and ?lick headache.V Tried macy medi eines und t-cvcral doctors. Nothing cured me until I got Lee's Headache and Neu ralgia Remedy, lt is simply worth its weight in gold. MRS. .INO. W. SPRINKLE. Charlotte, N. C., The price 25c. ut tho drug store Ta...

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. — 3 June 1904

The Soldier's Dream. I dreamed a dream last night, wife; ' I thought they'd caded the roll, And I saw the soldiers ?Mall In Hue," Aa they used to do of old; lt was a solemn sight, wife Their locks wero white as snow, While an angel gave out badges And a shining cross you know. The badges were for passports, dear, To cross a sullen stream That wound just like a serpent 'Round our 'eampment lu my dream; I beard the angel calling, "Ye yet'rans fall in line!" And 1 saw our colums moving Like they did in olden time. Far out within the gloaming, Upon the bloody plain, I could see the whitened tombstones Of the men who had been slain; The smoke lt seemed had cleared away From the field, 'neath cloudless skies, And 1 heard the angel calling To the dead to now arise. Deep trouble came upon me, For the angel from on high, In giving out the badges, It seemed had passed nie by; My eyes were sore witli weeping, For I saw death's waters gleam, And I knew 1 had no passpjrt To bear me o'er the stre...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 10 June 1904

'DO THOU LIBERTY GREAT. INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR}LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY. OE OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." VOL )(XIX. BENNETTS VILLE, S. C.. FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1904. NO 24. BOARD OF ASSESSORS. Over Three Million Dollars Increase j in Mill Values ADDED REVENUE TO THE STATE. There Will Be Another Moot ?nc on 14th of, This Month to Audit Any Complaints Willoh May Bo Made. The State board of equalization bas j concluded its labors and has announc ed tbe assessments upon cotton mill property In this State. The total shows an increase of 83,200,000 over last year. Tbe increased income of tbe State on the 5 mill levy will be about $16,000. The total amount of taxable mill property aa represented In the assess ments of 1003 was 834.557.705 and for j the current year 837,702,000. The j increase ls due to the building of new mills and to thc fact that there were reductions at Cllf tun aud Pacolet last year. The board will meet on the 14th to audit any complaints. The report of ...

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. — 10 June 1904

S. A, BliOWK - - - Editor E'ridav, June 10,19r4. Subscription Frlcet One year.$1.00 Six months.HO Three months.i PEN AND SCISSOR GRAPHS Marion county lias begun work oii a new jail. Last week a gontlemen wa? hold up on the street ami robbed of $7 over iu Rockingham. The parly who did it is now in jail. The Virginia Carolina com Eany has increased its capital y ?8,000,000 making $58,000, ooo. One night last week a lady passen ger on the Bennettaville train had her ? purse suatchcd from her band while th? train was stopping at Darlington. The young white man who did it was a lad who had run away from bia par ents in the city of Charleston. That boy shou'.d go at once to the Reforma tory and be taught how to live. RESOLUTIONS Marlboro Hiern School. Whereas the Marlboro High School ii now closing one of the most succ?s ful years in its history and whereas this euccess is due largely to thc ear nest faithful ol?orts of our highly es teemed faculty Mr. Montgomery. Misses Michaux, Kasterli...

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. — 10 June 1904

THE MARLBORO DEMOCRAT .u...-. S.'JL.iiUOWN - - - Editor Fridav, June IO, 19r 4. Subscription Frlcet One year. Six months... Three months $1.00 , .50 .2? PEN AND SCISSORGIIAPHS Marion county lins begun work oe a new jail. Last week a gentlemen was hold up on the street and robbed of $7 over iu Rockingham. The party who did it ia now in jail. The Virginia Carolina com pany has increased its capital by 88,000,000 making $r>8,0()(), OOO. One night iast week a lady passen ger on tho ?cnnettsvillo train had her purse suatchcil from her hand while the train was stopping at Darlington. The young whit* man who did it was a lad who bad t im away from hio pur euts in the city of Charleston. That boy should go at once to tho Reforma tory and be taught how to live. RESOLUTIONS Marlboro Hiern School. Whereas the Marlboro High School, iii now closing one of the most succ?s ful years in its history and whereas thia euccess is due Inrgely to thc ear nest faithful cl?orts of our highly es teemed f...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 10 June 1904

BE?TNETTSYILL?, 8. 0. BY S. A.imoWN * CO. Office on Marion Street Opposite J Masonic Sall. Friday, June 10, 1904. Tho Circus lg Coming. Last Thursday tho subcommittee of I /the State Democratic Executive Com* ! raittee decided that the candidates furl State office? uiUBt make a county can. vas and the fun wilt begin at Sumter on the 21st. The campaign party will be ut Darlington Friday July 1, and Bennettaville Saturday July 2. His Offioe Now Open. Dr, J, L Gioeon, who Lau bean taking a conree at the Atlanta Dental Collegs Came in Friday aod han opened Inn office f?t the treatment ot old teeth or replac ing thom with new ones, offioe over Hr. "v*-* vaacflohu'a Store. Phone 196. - ?:'<^oyington1s market has gone | in the'ice business and can sup-1 ply your wants at any time My daughter had been down a week with Flux, and was very ?lok I prooun d D\T Kit g'a Diarrhoea and Dysentery Coi? dial and cared 1 er with four domen. GBOBQB HICKS. Handy to havo for audden attacka 350., Bold b...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 10 June 1904

BENNETTSYILLB, B. ?. BY S. A. BIKO WH & CO. OJJlco on Marion Street Opposite Masonic Malt. Friday, Jane 10, 1904. The Ch ens ls Coming. Lait Thursday tho sub-coin mittee of .'the State Democratic Executive Com? raittee decided that tbe candidates fur i State offices must make a county can. vas and the fun will begiu at Sumter on the 21st. The campaign party will | he at Darlington Friday july 1, and Benaettsville Saturday July 2. His Office Now Open. Dr. J. L Oioeon, who lum bean taking a conreo at tbe Atlanta Dental College carno (a Friday and ban oponed hts offlco for tba treatment ot old teeth ur replao i?g thom with new ones, ellice over Hr. ? , laaacsohu'd Store. Thone 196. - -?ovington's market has pone 1 in the ice business and caa sup ply your wants at any time My daugbtor bad been down a week I witb Flax, and was very itok I procur? d D\ KO ga Diarrhoea and Dysentery Coi- | dial and oared 1er with tour doe?. GEOBOB HICKS. limul y to bava for sudden attacks 35c. sold by ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 10 June 1904

A FOOT, WITH MONEY: A Bloh Old Kew York Kan "Boo dooed" by a Woman. THE GREEN TRAGEDY RECALLER Hannah Ella?, About Whom Prom lnent New Yorker Was Mur dered, the Woman In the Case. A dispatch from New York says the murder several months ago of Andrew Oreen, known as the father of Greater New York and one of New York's most prominent public men, was re called Wednesday when suit was brought by John ll. Platt against Hannah Elias, a mulatto, to recover certain real estate and money in banks, held in her name. Mr. Green's murderer, a negro named Williams, said his victim had interfered to separate him (Williams) and Hannah Elias. Williams was declared insane and sent to an asylum. He had an noyed Mr. Green for some time and Mr. Green had said he never saw the woman Williams * referred to. lt] developed after the murder that Hannah Ellas had become wealthy and occupid a costly residence in Cen tral park, west. Mr. Platt in his P'-itt asks the cour? to hold that Hannan Elias holds prop er...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 10 June 1904

Supplement to the riARLBORO DEMOCRAT BENNETTS VILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA, JUNE 10, 1904 Report of disbursements of c< licenses made by thc treasurer of Ma May, 1903, on orders'of county co: education. Paid from ordinary com claim, to whom paid and for what ]> P L Breeden, Eq board $ 12 00 M E Coward, Salary etc 6*1 :'.!> V. 1) Townsend, Eq board 4 00 W M Atkiuson, Hopair bridge 4 7.r? .1 II Oreen, Conveying ute 3ft 70 J ]) Hays, Pauper 4M 75 W T Breeden Jr, Slabs 50 00 J I Bogers, Eq bd 20 00 Bheridau McKinuon, Blacksmith 0<> HM Hedgers, Eq board 3 00 A. O Pearson, Pauper 18 00 Lutbcr FleteLcr> Road work 14:'. SO Charlie Odom, Constable m 7 45 Dr J F Kinney, Physician 8 00 J H Thomas, Jury aud witness 22 !0 J D Moore, Eq board 0 00 J A Drake, Cleaning 0 II 2 Ot) W C Stubbs Eq bd 2 00 ll C Campbell, Hauling en road 5 00 J C Cooper, freight 4 40 Bauk Marlboro, Ship sturt 18 10 Cofe Printing Co, Stationary 3 60 Champion Buail Mach Co, Bepair 7 00 C D Easterling, Magst 10 0...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 10 June 1904

Supplement to the HARLBORO DEMOCRAT BENNETTS VILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA, JUNE 10, 1901 Report of Co Report of disbursements of licenses mndc by thc treasurer of J Way, 1903, on ordcrs'of county i education. Paid from ordinary cc chum, to whom paid and for what P L Breeden, Eq board ? li? ? M E Coward, Salary etc 0".< : E 1) Townsend, Eq board 4 < AV M Atkinson, Repair bridge 4 ,1 II Oreen, Conveying ?tc 3? ' J 1) Hays, Pauper 43 ' WP Breeden Jr, Slabs CO < 3 I Bogers. Eq bd 20 I Sheridan McKinnon, Blacksmith 3 ( H M Hodgon, Eq board "-2 < A 0 Pearson, Pauper 1* < Luther FlctcLcr, Hoad work 143 I Charlie Odom, Constable _ 7 ' Dr J F Kinney, Physician S I .1 H Thomas, Jury aud witness 22 : J D Moore, Eq board 0 < J A Drake, Cleaning CH 2 ( W C Stubbs Eq bd 2 ( H C Campbell, Hauling en road 5 i J C Cooper, freight 4 : Bank Marlboro, Ship stuiT IS Cofc Printing Co, Stationary 3 I ChompiOJ Boad Mach Co, Repair 7 l C O Easterling, Magst 16 I Charlie Odom, Constable Ol J ll Th...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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