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MINI-PARKS ADDITION TO FLORENCE'S BEAUTY…FMN7/1/19791CSCRM:FMN/VFPhotoTHE MINI-PARKS BEGAN LARGELY AS A RESULT OF VOLUNTEER INTEREST & EFFORT. FRANK KEY SR. MADE A CONTRIBUTION.
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UNCLESAM'S HOT DOGS OPENSFMN12/31/189911BPHOTO OF UNCLE SAM'S HOT DOGS IN THE OLD DOWNTOWN POST OFFICE WITH MANAGER JOHN HINDSCAPTION: THE FORMER PARCEL POST WINDOW OF THE OLD DOWNTOWN POST OFFICE BUILDING HAS A NEW NAME--UNCLE SAM'S HOT DOGS.
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EILEEN STORY. MAKING A BETTER WAY OF LIFE FOR US ALLFMN1/1/19002DPHOTO AND ADEILEEN STORY IS A TWISTER TENDER AT THE J. P. STEVENS CYPRESS PLANT IN PAMPLICO SC.
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FRANCIS MARION MEDALFMN1/1/19002DPHOTO OF BOTH SIDES OF MEDAL PRESENTED TO FRANCIS Marion COLLEGE BY BROOKGREEN GARDENS NEAR MURRELL'S INLETDESCRIPTION OF MEDAL (MORE)
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OLANTA CEREMONY SETFMN1/4/19002AJ. ELGA GOODMAN WILL BE SWORN IN AS OLANTA POSTMASTER 3 P.M. THURSDAY AT THE POST OFFICE.(MORE)
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FMC EXPECTS TO GRADUATE 200 THIS MONTHFMN1/6/190014CFRANCIS Marion COLLEGE EXPECTS 200 TO GRADUATE THIS MONTH. FMC WILL BE 10 YEARS OLD IN JULY. OVER 2 600 HAVE GRADUATED AND MOST HAVE REMAINED IN THE AREA. (MORE)
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PUBLIC EDUCATION; BLEAK PICTURE SEEN IN LEGISLATUREFMN1/6/19002ADIFFERENT SCHOOL BOARD OFFICIALS COMMENT.
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POLICE ARREST TWO MEN FOR STEALING TRAILERFMN1/11/19008APHILIP RODGERS AND CHARLES KEVIN WILKES WERE ARRESTED FOR STEALING A UTILITY TRAILER. THEY WERE SEEN BY AN OFF-DUTY LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENT. (MORE)
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HIGH SCHOOL HAPPENINGSFMN1/12/19003AWEST FLORENCE HIGH SCHOOL; SOUTH FLORENCE HIGH SCHOOL; FLORENCE SCHOOL DISTRICT 1
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HOWLE RECEIVES NATIONAL HONORFMN1/20/19002APHOTO OF JIMMIE HOWLEJIMMIE HOWLE DIRECTOR OF RESEARCH AND INFORMATION FOR FLORENCE S. C. DISTRICT ONE SCHOOLS WAS NAMED 'OUTSTANDING TUTOR-TRAINER' OF THE NATIONAL AFFILIATION FOR LITERACY ADVANCE.
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WILSON & SOUTH FLORENCE COMPETE IN MATH MEETFMN1/20/19008AWILSON HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WERE WILLIAM JOHNSON; JOHN OUTLAW; JEFF GALLUP; MIKE HAWKINS; FRANK GUSKY AND KATHY GRIEBEL. SOUTH FLORENCE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WERE DOUG GREBIEN; ROBERT CABLE; JIMMY FINLEY; CARLOS MONTGOMERY; GEORGE KOURY; AND DAWN KNECHT. (MORE)
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HARRY CARSON MAKES GIANTS' PRACTICEFMN1/24/19001BPHOTO OF HARRY CARSON FLORENCE NATIVEHARRY CARSON THE NEW YORK GIANTS' TROUBLED MIDDLE LINEBACKER QUIETLY SHOWED UP FOR PRACTICE. (MORE)
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FLORENCE SCHOOL DISTRICT 1 FMN4/14/19003?FLORENCE SCHOOL DISTRICT 1 HAS PURCHASED 37 ACRES ON CASHUA DRIVE FOR A REPLACEMENT CARVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL AND THE CITY OF FLORENCE HAS AGREED TO ANNEX THE PROPERTY SAID GERALD HOLLEY THE DISTRICT'S ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT OF FISCAL SERVICES.
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A TRIBUTE TO FRANCIS MARIONNEWS & COURIER7/15/1900 FRANCIS MARION
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FLORENCE'S PAST [PART] IN SHERMAN RAIDLITTLE CALVARY FIGHT HEREFLORENCE DAILY TIME3/14/19021MR. [W.F.] CALYTON GIVES SOME INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT THE FIGHT WHICH OCCURRED HERE CORRECTING SOME PARTICULARS.
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THE CASE DISMISSEDTIMMONS WILL BE RE-ARRESTED HOWEVER AND TRIED HEREFLORENCE DAILY TIME3/14/19021JOHN TIMMONS CHARGED WITH ATTEMPTED ASSAULT APPEARED BEFORE MAGISTRATE GRAHAM IN COWARD YESTERDAY AND THE CASE WAS DISMISSED. THE FATHER OF THE GIRL ASSAULTED EMPLOYED MR. J. W. RAGSDALE TO SECURE A NEW WARRANT. SHERIFF BURCH WENT TO COWARDS THIS MORNING TO SERVE THE WARRANT AND THE CASE WILL BE HEARD IN FLORENCE. IT HAS BEEN 3 WEEKS SINCE THE ASSAULT AND THE FATHER HAD HAD DIFFICULTY GETTING A WARRANT.
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A DISTINGUISHED NEGRO BISHOPFLORENCE DAILY TIME3/14/19024BISHOP W. J. GAINES D.D. OF THE A.M.E. CHURCH WILL PREACH IN MT ZION A.M.E. CHURCH IN THE CITY OF FLORENCE MARCHCH 16 AT 8:30 P.M. FRIENDS ARE INVITED TO ATTEND. W. T. WILLIAMS PASTOR.
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J. S. BECK THE STATE5/4/190210SCRM/VFJ. S. BECK
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CONFEDERATE NAVY SURVIVORSN&C6/26/1903BRIEF RECORDS OF A FEW FROM S.C.
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MRS. PROCHER DEAD; AN OLD AND PROMINENT FAMILY IN THE STATE EVENING HERALD3/2/19041#8 FLO. SCATTERED ISS.ELIZABETH SHACKLEFORD PORCHER
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DEATH NOTICES AND OBITUARIESNOTICE TO CREDITORSEVENING HERALD3/2/19042#8 SCATTERED FLO. ISS.W. H. ADAMS
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DEATH NOTICES AND OBITUARIESCITATIONEVENING HERALD3/2/19042#8 FLO SCATTERED ISS.SALLIE N. HARRELL
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DEATH NOTICES AND OBITUARIESMARLBORO MATTERSEVENING HERALD3/2/19043#8 FLO SCATTERED ISS.NOVEMBEREL BENNETT
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AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY GETS CHARTER TO DO BUSINESS IN STATEHEADQUARTERS IN DARLINGTONEVENING HERALD3/2/19041SCRM SCATTERED ISSUES #9AMERCIAN TOBACCO COMPANY; TOBACCO; DARLINGTON SC
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DISPENSARY SALES FOR FEBRUARYCITY AND COUNTY GET OVER SIX HUNDRED DOLLARS EACHEVENING HERALD3/2/19041SCR/MF #9FLORENCE DISPENSARY
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HOUSE BURNEDMR. F. A. CLARK LOSES HIS HOME TO FIREFLORENCE EVENING STAR3/7/19041MR. & MRS. CLARK AND WEEK OLD BABY LIVE A FEW MILES FROM FLORENCE.
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DEATH NOTICES AND OBITUARIESCITATIONFLORENCE EVENING STAR3/7/19042EDWIN C. HARRELL PETITIONS FLORENCE COUNTY PROBATE TO ADMINISTER THE ESTATE OF SALLIE N. HARRELL DECEASED. CITATION DATE 23 FEBRUARY 1904
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DEATH NOTICES AND OBITUARIESNOTICE TO CREDITORSFLORENCE EVENING STAR3/7/19042SCRM/VFAMANDA REGISTER ADMINISTRATRIX OF THE ESTATE OF W. H. ADAMS DECEASED. FIRST PUBLISHED 23 DECEMBER 1903
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ELECTION NOTICE- BOARD OF EDUCATIONFLORENCE EVENING STAR3/7/19042ELECTION ORDERED BY THE FLORENCE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION TO BE HELD AT LAWRENCE'S STORE ELIM S. C. TO LEVY SPECIAL TAX INCREASE OF 3 MILLS FOR SCHOOL PURPOSES IN SCHOOL DISTRICT 37. M. B. MATTHEWS; B. C. THOMAS; JOHN R. LAWRENCE; TRUSTEES.
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STOCKHOLDER'S NOTICEFLORENCE EVENING STAR3/7/19042J. F. STACKLEY AND W. H. MALLOY HAVE SOLD THEIR STOCK IN CONSUMER'S GROCERY COMPANY AND SEVERED ALL TIES TO THIS CORPORATION. FIRST PUBLISHED 19 JANUARY 1904
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NOTICE OF DISSOLUTIONFLORENCE EVENING STAR3/7/19042SCRM/VFJ. F. MULDROW AND JOHN A. CHASE HAVE DISSOLVED THEIR PARTNERSHIP MULDROW & CHASE BY MUTUAL CONSENT. FIRST PUBLISHED 1 JANUARY 1904.
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PROFESSIONAL CARDS AND ADVERTISEMENTSFLORENCE EVENING STAR3/7/19043DR. F. H. MCLEOD (PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON) OFFICE & RESIDENCE CORNER OF DARGAN & CHEVES; DR. N. W. HICKS (PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON) OFFICE OVER J. L. BARRINGER STORE; GEORGE GATTELY (ATTORNEY AT LAW) OFFICE NEXT DOOR WEST POST OFFICE; J. W. RAGSDALE (ATTORNEY AT LAW); OFFICE IN CHASE INSURANCE BUILDING; T. N. RHODES SURVEYOR
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PROFESSIONAL CARDS AND ADVERTISEMENTSFLORENCE EVENING STAR3/7/19043CONSUMER'S GORCERY COMPANY CONTINUES TO SERVE AT THEIR OLD STAND ON DARGAN STREET. W. P. BURCH PRESIDENT; ANGUS MCTAGGERT SECRETARY-TREASURER
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MARRIAGES AND ANNIVERSARIESHUDSON HAPPENINGSEVENING HERALD3/8/19041#8 FLO SCATTERED ISS.CHARLES E. KIRBY; ORILLA KIRBY
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DEATH NOTICES AND OBITUARIESHUDSON HAPPENINGSEVENING HERALD3/8/19041#8 SCATTERED FLO ISSUESW. LOUIS HUMPHRIES
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MURREY BOUND OVER; PRELIMINARY HELD YESTER DAYEVIDENCE STRONG TOWARDS HIS GUILT- BONDED AT ONE THOUSAND DOLLARSEVENING HERALD3/8/19041SCRM SCATTERED ISSUES #9DAN MURREY; ATTEMPTED MURDER; Assault and battery
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MISS KUKER PLAYS HERE; LEADING CHARACTER IN 'WHY WOMEN SIN' A POPULAR PLAYEVENING STAR3/8/1904P1SCRM SCATTERED ISSUES #9SOPHIA KUKER; PLAYS; ACTING
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LIST OF THE BEST SCHOLARS IN THE CITY SCHOOLS EVENING HERALD3/8/19042SCR/MF #9HONOR ROLL; SCHOOLS; CITY SCHOOLS
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GEORGE W. CROFT IS DEAD; END CAME AT 7:30 THIS MORNING EVENING HERALD3/8/19041SCR/MFGEORGE W. CROFT
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DEATH NOTICES AND OBITUARIES EVENING HERALD3/8/19043SCR/MFANNA KING HIGGINS
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APPEAL TAKEN: DISPENSARY CASE WILL GO TO HIGHER COURTEVENING HERALD3/8/19041SCR/MFDISPENSARY; TAXES
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DEATH NOTICES AND OBITUARIES EVENING HERALD3/10/19041#8 FLO SCATTERED ISSGEORGE W. CROFT
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BISHOP CAPERS WILL HOLD THREE SERVICES IN THIS VICINTY ON SUNDAY EVENING HERALD3/10/19041ELLISON CAPERS; ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH; CHRIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH; ST. TIMOTHY'S CHAPEL; BAPTISIMS; CONFIRMATIONS; RELIGIOUS SERVICES
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UNITED STATES COURT HOUSE; WORK WILL BE BEGUN THIS SUMMER ON FLORENCE BUILDING EVENING HERALD3/10/19041SCR/MFFEDERAL COURT HOUSE; US COURTHOUSE
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DISPENSARY CASE IS TAKEN BEFORE JUDGE POPE AGAINEVENING HERALD3/10/19044SCR/MFDISPENSARY; SCRANTON DISPENSARY; LAKE CITY DISPENSARY; Y. J. POPE
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PAINTER PETITION AND LETTER TO THE CITY COUNCILEVENING HERALD3/10/19044SCR/MFFLORENCE CITY COUNCIL; GEORGE PAINTER; Florence Police; PETITION; Resignation
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DEATH NOTICES AND OBITUARIESHUDSON HAPPENINGSTIMMONSVILLE ENTERPRISE3/10/19044MR. W. LOUIS HUMPHREY SON OF MR. AND MRS. GEORGE C. HUMPHREY AND NEPHEW OF HON. J. M. HUMPHREY DIED AT HIS HOME A FEW MILES FROM THIS PLACE ON THE 29TH OF PNEUMONIA IN THE 20TH YEAR OF HIS AGE. REV. B. K. TRULUCK CONDUCTED THE FUNERAL SERVICES AT SARDIS THE FOLLOWING DAY. THE DECEASED WAS A MEMBER OF THE SARDIS BAPTIST CHURCH.
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MARRIAGES AND ANNIVERSARIESHUDSON HAPPENINGSTIMMONSVILLE ENTERPRISE3/10/19044MR. CHARLES E. KIRBY AND MISS ORILLA KIRBY DAUGHTERS OF MR. D. P. KIRBY OF THE OAK GROVE SECTION WERE MARRIED SUNDAY EVENING AT THE HOME OF THE BRIDE BY REV. E. M. HICKS
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DEATH NOTICES AND OBITUARIESHANNAH HAPPENINGSTIMMONSVILLE ENTERPRISE3/10/19044THE WHOLE COMMUNITY OF HANNAN WAS EXTREMELY SADDENED BY THE SUDDEN DEATH OF THEIR ESTEEMED AND MUCH BELOVED NEIGHBOR MRS. ALEXANDER POSTON WHICH OCCURRED SATURDAY EVENING.
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ELECTION NOTICETIMMONSVILLE ENTERPRISE3/10/19044AN ELECTION WILL BE HELD AT BETHEL SCHOOL HOUSE MARCHCH 19TH AT 9 O'CLOCK A. M. IN BETHEL SCHOOL DISTRICT NO 84 FOR THE PURPOSE OF VOTING ON THE QUESTION OF LEVYING A TWO MILL SPECIAL TAX FOR SCHOOL PURPOSES.
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THE ARMY ROLLS OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA PATRIOTS WHO FOUGHT THE BRITISH UNDER MARION; PICKENS; AND SUMTERA DOCUMENT THAT SHOULD BE OF GREAT INTEREST TO THE DESCENDANTS OF THE GALLANT MEN LED BY PARTISAN LEADERSTIMMONSVILLE ENTERPRISE3/10/19046THE COLUMBIA STATE FROM WEEK TO WEEK PUBLISHES THE NAMES OF SOLDIERS IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR AS THEY HAVE BEEN CULLED FROM THE QUANTITY OF LOOSE PAPERS DISCOVERED BY SECRETARY STATE GANTT IN THE STATE HOUSE. WE PUBLISH THESE ROLLS AS THEY APPEAR IN THE STATE. THE FOURTH INSTALLMENTS FOLLOWS: (CONTINUES WITH NAMES AND SOME SERVICE INFORMATION)
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MARRIAGES AND ANNIVERSARIESTOPICS IN TIMMONSVILLEEVENING HERALD3/11/19041#8 SCATTERED FLO ISSUESMARION J. CONYERS; ALICE THOMPSON
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DAL JACKSON JACKSON KILLED BY ALONZO WEATHERLY IN RED SPRINGS NCEVENING HERALD3/11/19041SCR/MFDAL JACKSON; MURDER
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DEATH NOTICES AND OBITUARIESLUMBER MAN DEADFLORENCE DAILY TIMES3/19/1904\NSCRMP. W. WEBBER
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DEATH NOTICES AND OBITUARIESMRS. BASS DEADFLORENCE DAILY TIMES3/19/1904\NSCRM SCAT. ISS. #3MRS. J. C. BASS
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DEATH NOTICES AND OBITUARIESEND CAME IN NORFOLK VIRGINIA TODAYEVENING HERALD3/19/1904\NSCRMMRS. J. C. BASS
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DEATH NOTICES AND OBITUARIES EVENING HERALD3/19/1904\NSCRMTHOMAS H. JOHNSON
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DEATH NOTICES AND OBITUARIESFLORENCE DAILY TIMES3/19/19041SCRM SCAT. ISS #3P. W. WEBBER
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DEATH NOTICES AND OBITUARIESJ. C. BASS FORMER CORONER OF FLO. CO.FLORENCE DAILY TIMES3/19/19044SCRM SCAT. ISS 3#MRS. J. C. BASS
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WIFE OF EX-CORONER BASS EVENING HERALD (FLORENCE)3/19/19041SCRM SCAT. ISS. #3MRS. J. C. BASS
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COMPLETE LIST OF GRAND AND PETIT JURY EVENING HERALD (FLORENCE)3/19/19042SCRM SCAT. ISS. #3ROSTER
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DEATH NOTICES AND OBITUARIESLOCAL MATTERSEVENING HERALD (FLORENCE)3/19/19043SCRM SCAT. ISS. #3THOMAS JOHNSON
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DEATH NOTICES AND OBITUARIESATTEMPT AT ARSON IN FLORENCETIMMONSVILLE ENTERPRISE8/11/19042MR. EUGENE E. GREGG A WELL KNOWN CITIZEN DIED HERE THIS MORNING AND WILL BE BURIED AT HOPEWELL CHURCH NEAR CLAUSSEN'S TODAY.
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THE OLD GUARD CHARGE BAYONETTSDELIGHTFUL REUNION OF THE GREY VETERANS AT SALEMFLORENCE DAILY TIME9/24/19041ALLISON S. C. - SEPTEMBER 22- THE CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS PICNIC AT SALEM TODAY WAS A SUCCESS AND THE CROWD WAS ESTIMATED AT 900. 36 CONFEDERATE VETERANS WERE PRESENT: LT. ANDREW POSTON; J. E. COLLINS; F. F. POSTON; E. HANNER; B. D. POSTON; J. S. POWELL; W. D. HANES; J. L. POSTON; M. V. PROPER; G. H. MYERS; J. T. CALCUTT; THOMAS MARCHEE; L. N. HUTCHINSON; H. BARTELL; S. J. COLLINS; W. A. JONES; R. T. POSTON; S. E. CREEL; J. E. TAYLOR; H. L. BARNES; LOUISE BENTON; I. R. LEE; T. J. POSTON; W. W. POWELL; G. S. B. HUGGINS; M. D. POWELL; C. A. GASKINS; JOHN L. HYMAN; JOHN D. HAYS; E. JONES; J. C. CANE; W. E. EADY; T. A. FARMER; M. D. TURNER; A. ROGERS; W. H. HARMAN.
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HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION GETS DOWN TO WORK. THE SECRETARY WILL BEGIN AT ONCE TO COLLECT DATA FOR PUBLICATION- OTHER MATTERS DISCUSSED.FLORENCE DAILY TIME9/24/19041EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE PEE DEE HISTORICAL SOCIETY MET RECENTLY AT THE DARLINGTON GUARDS ARMORY. THOSE ATTENDING WERE: J. E. COKER PRESIDENT; J. J. DARGAN SECRETARY; C. A. WOODS; W. A. BRUNSON; A. G. KOLLOCK; HARTWELL M. AYER. COUNTIES REPRESENTED ARE FLORENCE DARLINGTON CHESTERFIELD HORRY GEORGETOWN AND WILLIAMSBURG.
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DEATH NOTICES AND OBITUARIESFLORENCE DAILY TIME9/24/19044DIED AT ROSELAND NEAR FLORENCE ON THE 12TH OF SEPTEMBEREMBER PETER DOUGLAS IN THE 45TH YEAR OF HIS AGE. THE FAMILY WHOM HE SERVED FOR MORE THAN 30 YEARS MOURNS HIS UNTIMELY DEATH AND WISHES TO RECORD THEIR SINCERE APPRECIATION OF HIS WORTH. HE WAS TRUSTED BY THEM WITH LARGE RESPONSIBILITIES. HE WAS EVER FAITHFUL AND WORTHY OF TRUST.
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DEATH NOTICES AND OBITUARIESPERSONALSFLORENCE DAILY TIMES10/13/19043SCRMMRS. BETHEA MELTON
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MARRIAGES AND ANNIVERSARIESWEDDING BELLSFLORENCE DAILY TIMES12/28/19041SCRM SCAT. ISS. #3MAGGIE KING; W. C. KLEUGH
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DEATH NOTICES AND OBITUARIESWINONA HAPPENINGSFLORENCE DAILY TIMES12/28/19041SCRMFRANK HYMAN
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MARRIAGES AND ANNIVERSARIESWEDDING BELLSFLORENCE DAILY TIMES12/28/19041SCRM SCAT. ISS. #3MARGARET KING
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CAUGUSTHT BETWEEN LINES A GIRL OF THE SIXTIES HAS VERY NARROW ESCAPECOPY OF UNDATED NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGFMN4/6/1905CONFEDERACY; GAMBLE'S HOTEL
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CAIN & ALLEN MURDERSFOLDER WITH NEWSPAPER COVERAGE & MISC ARTICLESFMN5/6/1905ARTICLES ARE FROM THE FLORENCE MORNING NEWS & THE STATE; SCRM/VFRAYMOND CARNEY; BETTY CLAIRE CAIN; H. B. ALLEN; PAMPLICO SC; MURDER
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WHO OWNS LAURENS MILLS?NEWS & COURIER; SCRM/VF5/17/19051SCRM/VFCOTTON; DARLINGTON MANUFACTURING CO.; LAURENS COTTON MILL; SETH M. MILLIKEN; W. E. LUCAS
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SOUTH CAROLINA'S LEADERS SALUTE CITY OF FLORENCE & PEE DEE REGIONFMN5/24/19051ASCRM/VFFLOCITYCENTENNIALIN SALUTING FLORENCE ON ITS 100TH ANNIVERSARY; THE MORNING NEWS ALONG WITH GOV. JOHN WEST; CONG. JOHN L. MCMILLAN; AND SENS. ERNEST HOLLINGS AND STROM THURMOND REVIEWED THE PROGRESS WHICH HAS BEEN ACCOMPLISHED BY THE PEOPLE OF THE PEE DEE REGION OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA.
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MCLEOD NAMES MANLEY DIRECTOR OF RADIOLOGYFMN6/2/190512BCEDRIC G. MANLEY R.T. A MANAGING PROFESSIONAL IN HIS FIELD FOR MORE THAN 30 YEARS HAS ASSUMED THE DUTIES OF DIRECTOR OF RADIOLOGY AT MCLEOD REGIONAL CENTER.
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SNAKES GET BIG ALONG PEE DEEFMN; SCRM/VF6/4/1905SCRM/VF DOZIER M. MUNN; PAMPLICO SC; Great Pee Dee River
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CREECH ELECTED LEADER OF MONTESORI ASSOCIATIONFMN7/1/19055CMEMBERS OF THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR MONTESSORI EDUCATORS ELECTED DR. FLOYD CREECH FLORENCE SCHOOL DISTRICT 1'S COORDINATOR OF EARLY CHILDHOOD PRESIDENT OF THE ORGANIZATION.
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DEATH NOTICES AND OBITUARIESFMN7/2/19058AREMBERT ADDISON; CLAUDIA M. CAIN; DAISY P. CAIN; CHARLES LEE DAVIS; PATRICIA TAYLOR "PATSY" DENNIS; LAWTON EUGENE O'NEAL JR. LANCE EDWARD PURVIS; WILLIAM EDWARD THROWER SR.; ADA BARNARD; BRAD BRUNSON; BENJAMIN SHANE BYERS 11; RONALD WYNE (RUSTY) DUNBAR; ALFONSO HASELDEN; JOHN EUGENE LINDER; LOIS JACOBS MCDANIEL; REV. ALEC J. POWELL
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LET THE PEOPLE WATCHING BEGIN!FMN7/2/19056AHISTORICAL DEFINITIONS OF REDNECK (MORE)
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MARRIAGES AND ANNIVERSARIES50TH ANNIVERSARYFLORENCE DAILY TIMES3/12/19061#8 FLO SCATTERED ISSUESMARGARET LOUISE MCCALL HARLLEE
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FOR THE BONDS: FLORENCE DEMANDS ISSUE FOR NEW SCHOOLBY VOTE OF 42 TO 19FLORENCE DAILY TIMES3/21/19061#8 SCATTERED FLO ISSUESFLORENCE CITY SCHOOLS; SCHOOLS
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MARRIAGES AND ANNIVERSARIES50TH ANNIVERSARYFLORENCE DAILY TIMES3/21/19061#8 FLO SCATTERED ISSUESTHOMAS H. HARLLEE
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A COTTON MILL: FLORENCE TO MAKE ANOTHER EFFORT TO GET ONEFLORENCE DAILY TIMES3/21/19061SCR/MFCOTTON; MILLS; FLORENCE BOARD OF TRADE
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THE ELKS IN FLORENCESTART-UPNEWS & COURIER6/3/190617SCRM/VFELKS LODGE
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MARRIAGES AND ANNIVERSARIESA BEAUTIFUL MARRIAGETIMMONSVILLE ENTERPRISE6/20/19073THE MARRIAGE OF MISS LIZZIE RAGSDALE TO MR. WILLIAM C. LAW IN THE METHODIST CHURCH YESTERDAY AFTERNOON AT 6 O'CLOCK WAS CONDUCTED BY REV. E. W. MASON. (MORE)
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DEATH NOTICES AND OBITUARIESSARDIS SITTINGSTIMMONSVILLE ENTERPRISE6/20/19074THE REMAINS OF BENNIE THE SIX YEAR OLD SON OF MR. AND MRS. J. L. BROWN OF THE BEULAH SECTION WAS LAID TO REST IN THE SARDIS CEMETERY SATURDAY MORNING.
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MARRIAGES AND ANNIVERSARIES FLORENCE DAILY TIMES7/24/19071#8 FLO SCATTERED ISSUESPLATTE JEFFERSON MORGAN
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MARRIAGES AND ANNIVERSARIES FLORENCE DAILY TIMES7/24/19071#8 SCATTERED FLO ISSUESMARGARET LOUISE WAGNER
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PEE DEE VETS REUNION OF A HISTORIC COMMAND OF 61-65VETERANS SPEND MOST DELIGHTFUL DAY WITH COMRADE J. W. BRUNSON IN HIS FINE OAK GROVEFLORENCE DAILY TIMES7/24/1907P1#8 FLO SCATTERED ISSUESTHE REUNION OF THE PEE DEE LIGHT ARTILLERY WAS HELD IN THE OAK GROVE AT THE RESIDENCE OF J. W. BRUNSON. THE ROLL WAS CALLED AND THOSE ATTENDING WERE CAPT. W. E. ZIMMERMAN OF DARLINGTON; J. W. BRUNSON; LT. RAFE MCLENDON; JOHN LANGSTON OF EFFINGHAM; I. F. REDDICK OF DARLINGTON; P. A. WILSON OF DARLINGTON; W. A. BRUNSON OF FLORENCE; T. SPENCER LANGSTON OF SARDIS; DR. J. L. NAPIER OF BLENHIEM; A. J. HUNTER OF FLORENCE; E. J. C. BYRD OF DARLINGTON; THOMAS V. BANKS OF FLORENCE; A. L. MOODY OF DARLINGTON; W. S. GARDNER OF EVERGREEN; W. P. COLE OF EBENEZER; J. E. PETTIGREW OF FLORENCE.
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TOM MURRAYNEW IN DARLINGTONFLORENCE DAILY TIMES7/24/19071Deaths; LIGHTNING
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CUT ITS POWERS; A SIGNIFICANT DECEMBERISION OF JUDGE DANTZLER IN MATTERS OF THE RAILROADFLORENCE DAILY TIMES7/24/19071ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD; PAUL CROSS; RAILROADS
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DEATH NOTICES AND OBITUARIESNEW IN DARLINGTONFLORENCE DAILY TIMES7/24/19071MELITA LUCAS
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DEATH NOTICES AND OBITUARIESAPPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGEFLORENCE DAILY TIMES7/24/19072ISAAC PINCKNEY
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DEATH NOTICES AND OBITUARIESPEE DEE VETS; DIED IN HARTSVILLE 1906FLORENCE DAILY TIMES7/24/19071SCR/MFJIM DEFEE
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DEATH NOTICES AND OBITUARIESPEE DEE VETS; DIED IN FLORENCE COUNTY 1906FLORENCE DAILY TIMES7/24/19071SCR/MFWILLIAM L. PURVIS
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DEATH NOTICES AND OBITUARIESAPPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGEFLORENCE DAILY TIMES7/24/19072SCR/MFC. COGDELL HEPBURN
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ISAAC PINCKNEY APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGEFLORENCE DAILY TIMES7/25/19073#8 FLO SCATTERED ISSUES`ISAAC PINCKNEY
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DEATH NOTICES AND OBITUARIESAPPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGEFLORENCE DAILY TIMES7/25/19073 J. J. BAKER
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ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE FLORENCE DAILY TIMES12/30/19074SCR/MFJOHN H. EVANS
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