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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 10 June 1904

I ; Supplement to the flARLBORO DEMOCRAT BENNBTTSyiliLE, SOUTH CAROLINA, JUNE 10, 1904 Report of Cou Report of disbursements of < licenses made by thc treasurer of M May, 1?K).'!, on ordcrs'of county ci education, Paid from ordinary coi ehiim, to whom paid and for what P L Breeden, Eq board $ 12 lb M B Coward, Salary etc ?J'.> 8) E I) Townsend, Eq board I 0< AV M Atkinson, Repair bridge 1 71 .1 II O re?u, Conveying ute .'19 71 J 1) Hays, Pauper Ct 7; W P Breeden Jr, Blabs CO Ot .1 I Hogers, Eq bd 20 0! Sheridan McKinaon, Blackemitb :! 0< H M IlodgorB, E(i board 2 O' A C Pearson, Pauper ISC* Luther FlclcLer^ Hoad work \M Si Charlie Odom. Constable 7 41 Dr J F Kinney, Physician 6 Ol ,1 H Thomas, Jury aud witness 22 lt J D Moore, Eq board ti 0( J A Drake, Clcauiug CU 2 Ot "W C Stubbs Eq bd 2 0( ll C Campbell, Hauling en road 5 Of J C Cooper, Creight ?* 41 Bank Marlboro, Ship stuft" 18 H Cole Printing Co, Stationary ii Si CbompiOJ Hoad Mach Co, Repair 7 Ol C O Eastcrling, Ma...

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

J P Robinson " 25.001 ?allio CarllBle " 25.00 N Emanuel " 45.00 Daniel Smith ami others school lot 15.00 J P Robinson teaching Xi Emanuel " Sallie Carlisle " Excelsior Hdw Co supplies Jno Odom wood J A Drake recording deed N Emanuel teaching W L Stanton library NEmauuel teaching No 8 Eleanor McRau M D McFarland Elennor E McRae Lucy Pegues M D McFarland Eleanor EMcKae Lucy Pogues M D McFarland teaching Eleanor E McRae No? DM McColl furniture .Silas (?nick repairs "N 8 Smith teaching J E McLeod rent D F Bundy wood Annie N Alford teaching N S Smith D F Bundy wool TN S Smith teaching Annie Alford " TN S Smith Annie N Alford " 3D F Bundy ~ood Annie L Alford teaching ll O McCall furniture Novella C/atnmlngs teaching J E ji^ood rent A.4)Ble N Alford teachin/r SolO )Rev B Fof4 ,-\ J B ?8tOW atoll ii D Newton furniture L E Kirkley teaching .i J Stubbs wood and hauling L E Kirkley teachiuc Manson johnson " L D Newton iusuraucc etc Mausou johnsen teaching L E Kirkley " Masson Johnson " SJ E Ki...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 17 June 1904

"DO THOU LIBERTY GREAT. IN8PIRI OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR i?viS IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY. OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." VOL.^IX. BENNETSVILLE, S. C.. FRIDAY, JUNE 17. 1904. _:__L_ NO. 25 SERVED AT LAST. Police Break Bown Boors to Arrest Platt Badger Woman. AFTER A SIEGE OF OVER A WEEK. Thousands in tho Streets Gaze ' Upon the Prisoner as She EmorKors from Her Elegant ManBion. Hannah E'ias, tbe LC to-OOH charged by John F. Platt with having produc ed from him by blackmail methods nearly $700,000, pissed the night in the New York Mercer street police station. She was taken from her palatial residence in Central Park, west, (where the doors were knocked down with axes) and taken to police -- headquarters in a carriage. She was arranging her toilet. After having given her name, age, etc., she was taken to Mercer street for the night. Efforts to serve a war rant on her in a civil suit had kept a crowd absut her house for a week and when the detectives attacked the doors with axes in ...

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. — 17 June 1904

: '?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. SERVED AT LAST. Police Break Down Doors to Arrest Platt Badger Woman. APTER A SIEGE OF OVER A WEEK. Thousands in tho Sirc?la Gaze ' Upon tho Prisoner as She Emorg-crs from Hrr Elegant Mansion. Hannah E'ias, the octoroon charged by John F. Platt with having produc ed from him by blackmail methods nearly 8700,000, passed the night in the New York Mercer street police station. She was taken from her palatial residence in Central Park, west, (where the doors were knocked down with axes) and taken to police headquarters in a carriage. She was arranging ber toilet. After having given her name, age, etc., she was taken to Mercer street for the night. Efforts to serve a war rant on her in a civil suit bad kept a crowd absut ber house for a week and when the detectives attacked the d...

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. — 17 June 1904

S, A, BROWN ~ - - Editor Pridav, June 17,1904. Subscription rrlce: ' One year.$ 1.00 Six months.50 Three months.25 OLIO CORRESPONDENCE. PoHi-ayiug- tho Wonderful Grgwtl and Prosperity of tin's Hustling Noigboving- Village. A. Trip in tho Country. Tins trip was interesting as well as animating, exhilarating nod in vigorating. Interesting in a high degree over thc rapid improvements made among thc fanners and me chanics. Our first attention is attracted by thc line farming lands of J. P. Edens, superintended at present l>\ Capt Ed. Hucstess, who also has in char go the place of Mrs. Kate Covington and thc place of tho lute Dr. lt. ?. Covington. The Cap tain is one of the li nest workers in thc South; lhere is oho admirable pr?dominai i ng characteristic in his every day walk which gives him an inexplainable power in thc control ling of labor which is so disttgrea ble nt this one particular period ol the world's history. The next is Cant J. C. Dunbar, a man who deserves as much cred...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 17 June 1904

BENNE?TSYILLE. S. 0. BYS. A. ?BOWN * co. Office on Marion Street Opposite Masonic Mall, Friday, June 17, 1904. SEASHORE EXCURSION June 24-Wilmington, N- 0.-$ \00 The Bennettsville & Choraw Rail road will, on Friday June 24th, soll round trip tickets to Wilmington, N. <>, at rato of $2 00 from Benn et ta vii le. Tickets will be good going on train leaving Bennettsville at 6 45 a. m., arriving at Wilmington at 2 30 p. m. Returning special train will leave Wil mington at 5 p. m , Juno 25th, 1904 This will bo the fi rat pop ; lar excur sion the B. & C RR, has run to Wilmington and special effort will be made to make this the best of the season, it beiug the intention to have this ait annual trip. For further information call on J. T. Medlin, agent of the Bennettsville & Cheraw Railroad, Beonettsville. His Office Now Open. Dr. J. L GioBon, who hui benn taking a courue at tbo Atlanta Dental Oollegn came (D Friday aod has opened hin offioo for the treatment of old teeth o...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 17 June 1904

The Two MyHtcrles. We know not what it J?, dear, this aleen'sn deep and still. The folded hands, the awful calm, the cheek so pale and chill; The lids that will not lift again, though we may call and call, The strange, white solitude of peace that settles over all. We know not what it means, dear, this desolate heart pain, This dread to take our daily way and walk in it again; We know not to what other sphere the loved who leave us go, Nor why we're left to wonder still, nor why we do not know. 6 But this wo know: Orr loved and dead, if they should come this day, Should come and ask us "What, ls life?" not one of us could say. Life Is a mystery deep as ever death can be. Yet oh, how sweet it is to us, this life we live and see. Then might they say-these vanished ones-and blessed is the thought! "So death ls sweet to us, beloved, though we today tell vc naught : We may not tefl it to "thc quick-this mystery of death Ye may not tell us, if ye would, the mystery of breath.'' Tho child ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 24 June 1904

J 'DO THOU LIBERTY. GREAT. INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY. OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." VOL^IX. BENNETSVIKLE, S. C.. FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1904 NO. 26 il. Six Hundre In Fire i On Burning Steamer at New York They Perished. MANY CHILDREN VICTIMS i Although the Steamer Was Not Far From Shore, Fire and Wave, in Few Minutes Claimed Many. Une of the most appalling disasters . in the history of New York, tragic in its immensity, dramatic in its episodes and deeply pathetic in the tender age of most of the victims, took place Wednesday in the East river at the entrance to Long Island sound, within a short distance of the] Kew York shore and within sight of thousands of persons, the majority of | whom were powerless to minimize the extent of the catastrophe. By the burning to the water's edge of the Gen. Slocum, three-decked ex cursion steamer, the largest in these waters, more than OOO persons, the majority of whom were women and children, were burned to de...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 24 June 1904

The Marlboro' "DO THOU LIBERTY OR SAT. INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY. OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." NO. 26 Six Hundre In Fire i On Burning Steamer at New York They Perished. MANY CHILDREN VICTIMS Although the Steamer Was Not Far From Shore, Tire and Wave, in Few .Minutes Claimed Many. ( >nc of the most appalling disasters in tile history ot New York, Iragie in its Immensity, dramatic in Its episodes and deeply pathetic in the tender age of most of thc victims, took place Wednesday in the Fast river at tlie entrance to Long Island sound, within a Sliorl di d ance of thc New York shore and within sight of thousands of persons, the majority of whom were powerless to minimize the extent of the catastrophe. 1S y the burning to the water's edge of the Gen. Slocum, three-decked ex cursion steamer, thc larges! in these waters, more than OOO persons, the majority <>f whom were womel and children, were burned to deal i or drowned by jumping over...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 24 June 1904

.. JyiVi * ' i.'- ..." The iVlarlt>or "DO THOU LIBERTY GREAT. INSPIRE OUR SOUL* AND MA RE OUR LlV?S IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY. OS OUR DEATHS GLOBIOUS IN THY CAUSE." VOL^IX. Six Hundre In Fire i On Burning Steamer at New York They Perished. MANY CHILDREN VICTIMS Although the Steamer Was Not Far From Shore, Fire and Wave, in Few Minutes Claimed Many. One of the most appalling disasters in the history of New York, tragic! in its Immensity, dramatic in Its j episodes and deeply pathetic in the tender agc of most of the victims, took place Wednesday in the East I river at the entrance to Long Island sound, within a short distance of the New York shore and within sight of thousands of persons, the majority of whom were powerless to minimize the extent of the catastrophe. li y the burning to the water's edge of the Gen. Slocum, three-decked ex cursion steamer, the largest in these waters, more than ooo persons, the ] majority o? whom were Women and children, were burned to cleat i or drow...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 24 June 1904

1 he 'DO THOU LIBERTY. GREAT. INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAIS OUR L1V?3 IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY. OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." VOI^IX. BENNETSV1XLE, S. C., FRIDAY, JUNE'24, I904 Six Hundre In Fire i On Burning Steamer at New York They Perished. MANY CHILDREN VICTIMS Although the Steamer Was Not Far From Shore, Fire and Wave, in Few Minutes Claimed Many. One of the most appalling disasters in the history of New York, tragic in its immensity, dramatic in its episodes and deeply pathetic in the tender age of most of the victims, took place Wednesday in the East r.ver at the entrance to Long Island sound, within a short distance of the New York shore and within sight of thousands of persons, the majority of whom were powerless to minimize the extent of the catastrophe. By the burning to the water's edge of the Gen. Slocum, three-decked ex cursion steamer, the largest in these waters, more than OOO persons, the majority of whom were womer; and children, were humed to death or drowned ...

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. — 24 June 1904

The 'DO THOU LIBERTY GREAT. INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LJTVES I?' THY POSSESSIO? HAPPY. OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS 1?T THY CAUSE." BENNETSVIIJLE, S. C., FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1904 _ . *_^ In Fire ; On Burning Steamer at New York They Perished. MANY CHILDREN VICTIMS Although the Steamer Was Not Far From Shore, Fire and Wave, hi Few minuies Claimed Many. One of the most appalling disasters in the history of New York, tragic in its immensity, dramatic in its episodes and deeply pathetic in the tender age of most of the victims, took place Wednesday in the East river at the entrance to Long Island sound, within a short distance of the "New York shore and within sight of thousands of persons, the majority of whom were powerless to minimize the extent of the catastrophe. Uv the burning to the water's edge of the Gen. Slocum, three-decked ex cursion steamer, the largest in these waters, more than OOO persons, the majority of whom were women and children, were burned to death or drowned by jumpi...

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. — 24 June 1904

S, A. BROWN - - - Editor Fridav, June 24,1904. . ' Subscription Prloet One year. .TT...$1.00 Six months.50 Three months.25 irTTiniiiiBiMii.?linn ???????in.ma-ii N0TI0E. A meeting of tho Democratic Exe cutive Committee will be held at Ben nettsville, S. C., on Monday Juue 27, 1904, at 10 o'clock. C. S. MCCALL, June 2I7 1004 County Chairman. BIG FIRE AT CLIO. :The Losses Said Tr Reach Near $100,000 On Thursday night of last week about 8.30, the large De arfcment store of Mr. Emanuel ternberger, was burned, also the residences of Mr. George R. Welch and Mrs Chamness. A rough estimate foots the losses at about 100,000, with some in surance. The origin is .still a mystery. THE TRUTH It is remarkable what incorrect in fluences or uncharitable conclusion? may sometimes bo drawn from wrong premises In our last issue we took occasion to compliment our fellow towoBman, Mr. D. M. D. McLeod. Thi? he richly deserved, but wo are afraid that in doing so we may have given ground to the suspicious o...

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. — 24 June 1904

BEMB?TSYILLB, S. C. HY 8. A. BROWN A CO. O/ftceon Marion Street Opposite Masonic Hali, Friday, June 24, 1904. ------?---t SEASHORE EXCURSION June 24-Wilmington, N- 0.-$ 2.001 The Bennettsville & Cheraw Rail-j ?road will, on Friday JUDO 24th, sell! vound irip tickets to Wilmington. N. jp;, at rate of $2 00 from Beonettsville. ? Tickets will be good going OD train leaving Bennettsville at 0 45a.m.,1 arriving at Wilmington at 2 30 p. m. Returning special train will leave Wil mington at 5 p. m , June 25th, 1904 This will bo the first pop ..lar excur -iion ? the B. & C R. R , has run to Wilmington and special effort will be made to make this the best of the jeason, it being the intention to have this an annual trip, j For further information call on J. T. Medlin, agent of the BennettBville J (fe Cheraw Railroad, Bennettsville. ?i8 Office Now Open. Dr. J. L Gionon, who baa boen taking j a conree at tho Atlanta Deatal College name In Friday aod hoe opened hla offlco for tho t re.% ...

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. — 24 June 1904

GEAY -AND BENT Bat Gallant and Valiant Still in Heart and Spirit OE ?ND OLD VETERANS GATHER. Ijoyal aud leaving They Meet t?'lto new Old Friendships and to Do Honor to Their Do parted Brothers. The old Oonfederate veterans had a big time in Nashville, Tenn last week. The veterans and their/friends constituted a host of thirty thousand people. The Bret meeting was beld on Tuesday, 14th instant in the tab ernacle and every bit of space was r taken io?g^beforo/xho veterans were called to order by Gen. W. Gordon of . Memphis, commander of the Tennes see division. It was the first conven tion in the history of the organiza tion that the Sons of Veterans sat with their fathers, and the cheers from the throats of the younger gene ration at almost every expression by those who took part in the strife 40 years ago made it plain that the spirit of '61 would be perpetuated In gene rations to come. California was represented on thc floor; from far off Montana a delega tion was sent, and Ohio wa...

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

The ? Democrat "DO THOO L1BBRTY OBSAT. IHSP1RK OUR HOOLB AND SLA UK OUR LIVES IK THY POSSESSIO? HAPPY OR OUR DEATHS OLORIOUS.IN THY OAUSR." VOLjCSLX BENNETTS VILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1904 NO. '27 Gov. Heyw* Meets In Opening the Meet ing of the State Campaign.. BE REVIEWS CONDITIONS And Needs of the State, and Says the Outlook is Very Bright, Thanks the People for their Confidence. The following is a resume of Gover nor Heyward's Bpeeoh at Sumter on Tuesday as reported in The State: Gov. Heyward opened by declaring that he could most truthfully say he was glad to be here. IP meeting his fellow-citizen's of Sumter he wanted first to thank them for the loyal sup port which the vntnrj? nf this county had given him. He saw so many evi dences of growth here that he looked for an even larger vote at the next election. In announcing his candi dacy for re-election as governor of South Carolina, Gov. Hey ward said he waa most profoundly grateful for the many evidences of trust and eoniid...

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. — 1 July 1904

65356 fi. A. It It OWN - - - Editor Friday, July I, 1904. Subscription Trice: One year.? 1.00 Six months.50 Three mouths. .25 ? AS0N1C CELEBRATION. St John's Day Not Forgotten Public Address-Royal Ban quet-Fine Music-Toasts &| After Dinner Talks. The celebration on Friday last by tho Masonic fraternity of Bon nettsvillo, was one ot the best I managed social events that lins j ever taken place in our town. The auditorium was packed at S.80 to hoar tue public address by Hon. W. W. Lumkin of Columbia, who | was introduced by lion .7. II. Hud son. The address was heartily enjoyed, as waa also the fine mus-j ic by tho Bennetlsville Musical Club-piano, mandolins, violins.&c. The exercises were opened with prayer by Rev. Bunyan McLeod, and closed with the Benediction by Rev. T. E. Morris, Dr. .J. F. Kinney presided. After thc address, thc fraternity with invited guest repaired to the Guards armory Hall where a spe cial committee with Mesdames Stockton and Kinney in charge served re...

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. — 1 July 1904

65856 8? A. BllOWN - - - Editor Friday, July I, 1904. Subscription Price: One year. Si - months. TL/ee mouths. KAS0N10 CELEBRATION. St John's Day Not Forgotten Public Address-Royal Ban quet-Fine Music-Toasts St After Dinner Talks. The celebration on Friday last by tho Masonic fraternity of Bon nettsvillo, was one ot the best managed social events that has ever taken pince in our town. The auditorium was packed at x.;50 to hear tue public address by Hon. W. W. Lum kin of Columbia, who was introduced by Hon J. IT. Hud son. The address was heartily enjoyed, BB was also the fine mus ic by tho Bennet tsville Musical Club-piano, mandolins, V?O1?UB,&C. The exercises were opened with prayer by Rev. Bunyan McLeod, and closed with tho Benediction by Rev. T. E. Morris, Dr. J. F. Kinney presided. After the address, the fraternity with invited guest repaired to the Guards armory Hali where a spe cial committee with Mesdames Stockton and Kinney in charge served refreshments that were most hea...

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

BENNETTSYILLE, S. C. BY S. A. BROWN & CO. Office on Marion Street Opposite Masonic Mall. Friday July 1,1904. 0m^tW?mtwM?mmmmtm?mBmm?mm?mvm?m?mtmmi?mimmmamma professional Gauos. U n. NEWTON, JENNINGS K. OWENS. NEWTON & OWENS, Attorneys at Law, BENNETTSVILLG, 80. CA. Offices over Planters National Bank. "DUDLEY & WAIT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, BENNETTS VI LLE, S C. TW. BOUCHIER, ? Attorney at Law, lion lionsville, S. C. Office ou Pail; un I ou titree! near Posta Tulegrapt office. .January, 1S9<J. M ILTON MoLAUlUN, Attorney nt Law und Probate Judge Ofllco in Court Homie. E. C. MORRISON, Electrician . . Machinist, BOX 57 FLORENCE, S. C. f Contractor for Electrical work and dealer ?D Eleen ical supplies. Hot Air Pump ing Engines and (?as Kn.-: in es installed. Pipe-fiittiog and general machine work. August 20, l'J03. WHERE TO GO. A WATCH is LIKE A MAN, it NEEDS CLEANING OUT and li IM PAIRING once in a while, 1 am thc Repairer and will give your Watch a Bufe ourc Treatment, IP YOU...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 1 July 1904

BENNETTSYILLE, S. O, KV S. A. BROWN & CO. Office on Marlon Street Opposite Masonic Hall. Friday July 1,1904.. professional cauos. Il n. NEWTON, JBNNIN03 K. OWENS. NEWTON & OWENS, Attorneys at Law, BENNETTSVILLE, 80. CA. Offices Over Planters National Bank. "DUDLEY & WAIT, ATTORNEYS AT I.AW, BENNETTSVILLE, S C. tgl Vf. BOUCHIER, Si . Allora ey at Law, Houuettsvillc, 8. C. Omeo on Parl/uglou r.trcrt near Posta Telegrupt o?Tu-e. .January, 1890. M ILTON MoLAUUIN, Attorney at Law and Probate J miyo Ofilcn in Court House. E. C. MORRISON, Electrician . - Machinist, BOX 57 FLORENCE, S. C. >C Contractor for Electrical work and dealer io Electrical supplies. Hot Air Pump ing Engines and Oas Engines installed. Pipe-GittiDg and general machine work. August 20, 1U03. WHERE TO GO. si A WATCH is LIKE A MAN, it NEEDS CLEANING OUT and RE PAIRING once in a while, I am thc Repairer aud will give your Watch a ~6urc_curo Treatment, IF YOU WILL CALL ON ME AT MY OFFICE noxt door D?rth of th...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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