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NEWSPAPER EXCERPTS
1905

Due to some of the microfilm filmed out of order some dates of issue were hard to determine. The pages were not numbered and sometimes intermingled.  The date was only printed on the front page and the editorial page. 


The Dillon Herald, January 5, 1905

Marriages:

Christmas morning the marriage of  J. T. Elkins and Mamie Stalvey at the residence of Mr. J. T. Dozier on Pine Street was performed by The Rev. Mr. Stackhouse.  Mr. Elkins is a native of North Carolina, but for some years has lived in Dillon.

Eli Fennegan and Cora Rogers  on January 1st at the bride's parent's home.  The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Rogers.  The groom of the Free States.

Married on December 28, Mr. Gaston Leach of Gaddy's Mill and Miss Annie Arnett of Robeson County, NC.

The Dillon Herald, January 5, 1905

Deaths posted in January 5 issue - transcription of the article available - contact me by email <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>.

Mrs. Sadie Henslee

The Dillon Herald, January 5, 1905
Mr. Snipes and family, of Roxboro, N.C., moved here about three weeks ago with the intention of cultivating tobacco.  Almost a week ago Mr. Snipes was taken ill and died late Saturday.  His remains were sent to Roxboro for interment.  His bereaved wife and children have returned also.

The Dillon Herald, January 5, 1905

Mr. H. M. Felder, one of our best and most prominent business men brought his bride here last Tuesday.  The young couple have the best  wishes of their many friends here.

The Dillon Herald, January 5, 1905

Clio, Dec. 31 - Young Huestes , the 18 year old son of James Huestes was shot here Friday afternoon while out bird hunting from the effect of  which he has since died.  The shooting was purely accidental.  The load of shot tore off the left side of  the boy's face and neck.  Medical assistance was promptly given, but could avail nothing.  The accident has been a sad shock to the community.      

The Dillon Herald, January12, 1905

On last Friday night the little five year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hamilton passed away after only a short illness.

The Dillon Herald, January12, 1905

Marriages

 Married on December 23, Mr. Oscar Owens of this place to Miss Georgian Squires of Dillon.
         
 Married on January 1st, 1905 at 10 A.M. Mr. Washington Gaddy to Miss Lennie May Hyatt, A. B. Surles  N.P. officiating.

The Dillon Herald, January 12, 1905

Deaths posted in January 12 issue - transcriptions of the articles available - contact me by email <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>
       
             Neil Arnett
             Jno. J. Harlee
  

The Dillon Herald, January 19, 1905

Death posted in January 19 issue - transcriptions of the articles available - contact me by email <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

Son of H. L.  Farley

The Dillon Herald, January 26, 1905

Married last Sunday afternoon at the residence of Mr. Colon Hales, the uncle of the groom, Mr. Alex Raspberry to Miss Grace Davis. H. H.  Bolton, NP officiating.  Miss Davis is the eldest daughter of Capt. C. Davis and is quite popular with all who know her.  The groom in the  employ of the  Dillon Cotton Mill            

The Dillon Herald, January 26, 1905

W. D. Ammons, a suicide.  A merchant of Marion killed himself Monday night by taking an overdose of morphine.

The Dillon Herald, February 2, 1905

Marriages:       

 Married - Mr. Irene McCormac to Miss Lenora Jackson, last Sunday at the home of Rev. Hugh Harrelson, in Carmichael township. Both  parties from Robeson county.   Rev. Mr. Harrleson's home is near the State line and nearly every Sunday he is called upon to perform the marriage ceremony several times over.  He has very appropriately named his section the Gretna Green of South Carolina.

Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Fennigan will attend the marriage of Miss Fannie Cobb of Rowland, N.C. next Wednesday   

The Dillon Herald, February 9, 1905

Death posted in February 9 issue - transcription of the article available - contact me by email <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>    

    Frank Turbeville

The Dillon Herald, February 9, 1905

Married - Will Scott and Lormie Hayes, last Sunday at Gaddy's Mill.

The Dillon Herald, February 9, 1905

Mrs. Nancy Jackson, widow of Reuben Jackson, deceased, has applied to set off a part to her and her children a Homestead exemption out of the real and personal property of which the said deceased died seized and possessed.  Signed: J. D. McLucas, Master           

The Dillon Herald, February 16, 1905

Marriages:

Mr. R. T. Draughton of Bennettsville to Miss Margaret McLean of Rowland, N. C. on the 7th near Hamer.  W. D. Traywick, NP  officiated.   

The Dillon Herald, February 16, 1905

Death posted in February 16 issue - transcription of the article available - contact me by email <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

Christianna Black

The Dillon Herald, February 23, 1905

Death posted in February 23 issue - transcriptions of the articles available - contact me by email <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

Jno. Wallace       

 Pages Mills Items: Mr. William Barfield, an aged citizen of this section after a few weeks illness, died at his home February 14th.
 

The Dillon Herald, March 2, 1905

Death posted in March 2 issue - transcriptions of the articles available - contact me by email <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

Three-year-old daughter of Lum Bailey
H. C. Pate

The Dillon Herald, March 9, 1905

On the 27th ult. Mr. F. C. Smith of Ashpole was married to Miss Addie Lewis of Lumberton, by Rev. Hugh Harrelson at Rev. Harrleson's  home in Carmichael township.

The Dillon Herald, March 9, 1905

Death of Rufus E. Bass in Sanderson, Fla. - transcription of the article available - contact me by email <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

The Dillon Herald, March 16, 1905

News was received here this morning that the death of Mrs. McKeithan Rogers which occurred at the home of her father-in-law , Mr. L. B. Rogers near Latta.  Just a year ago Mrs. Rogers, who was a Miss Foster, of Union was married to Mr. McKeithan Rogers, one of the most  prominent young men of the county.  She was a young woman of many fine traits of character and was loved and admired by a large circle of  friends.  The sympathy of the entire community goes out to the stricken husband.

The Dillon Herald, March 23, 1905

Mrs. Neil McEachern died at her home at McColl on Tuesday, 21, inst., and was buried yesterday afternoon at the McDuffie Graveyard. The funeral was conducted by her pastor, Rev. Mr. Dickson, assisted by Rev. J. A. Wilson.  She leaves her husband and four daughters.

The Dillon Herald, March 23, 1905

Deaths posted in March 23 issue - transcriptions of the articles available - contact me by email <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

             Fleetwood Hayes
             Charlie McLellan (AA)
             W. B. Wall

The Dillon Herald, March 23, 1905

On Wednesday, March 1st, Mr. H. S. Porter of Oak Grove was married to Miss Ida Moore of Hasty, N.C.  Shortly after the marriage the happy couple left for their future home at Oak Grove

The Dillon Herald, March 30, 1905

  Card of Thanks for the kindness shown in the illness and death of Mrs. Lonnie Stanton.   signed B. A. Alford

The Dillon Herald, March 30, 1905

Last Thursday morning Mrs. D. R. Joyce died of pneumonia.  Mrs. Joyce had lived here only a few months.  Her remains were carried to Laurens, her old home for interment.

The Dillon Herald, March 30, 1905

Last Thursday morning, Mr. Vernon Merritt died rather suddenly at his mother's.  He was sick only a few hours.  The young people of  Mullins have lost a good and worthy young man.

The Dillon Herald, March 30, 1905

    Death posted in March 30 issue - transcription of the article available - contact me by email <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

             Bethea Rogers

The Dillon Herald, April 6, 1905

Mrs. Georgia A.  Sansbury, wife of Mr. Chas. A. Sansbury who was employed on the Herald for several months during the year 1902, died at the home of her parents in Florence last Thursday.  She had been suffering from a complication of diseases for several months.  Mrs. W. P.  Surles, a friend of the deceased, attended the funeral services at Florence Friday.

The Dillon Herald, April 20, 1905

Death posted in April 20 issue - transcription of the article available - contact me by email <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

          Mrs. Jas. A. Stackhouse
          M. Dow Atlkins

The Dillon Herald, April 20, 1905

Marriages

Mr. I. R. Butler to Miss M. L. McIntrye April 1, 1905 at the home of W. M. Phillips

It is reported that Mr. Lowden Miller has made his last trip to Darlington and will bring in his bride, Miss Kittie Rogers next Wednesday

The Dillon Herald, April 27, 1905

C. E. Richardson and Miss Nellie Sprunt left Tuesday for Selma to attend the marriage of Mr. Richardson's sister, Miss Rosa, to Dr. Pope of Edisto Island, S.C., which happy event occurred yesterday.  Miss Richardson has visited in Dillon a number of times and is very pleasantly remembered here by a large circle of friends and acquaintances.

The Dillon Herald, April 27, 1905

A Daring Robbery -  About one mile below Latta Saturday night, P. S. Campbell was knocked unconscious by highwaymen and robbed of  $60. in cash.  Mr. Campbell is a merchant at Latta and lives out about three miles from town on the public road to Marion.  Mr. Campbell is a brother of Mr. W. J. B. Campbell who made the race for the coroner's office last summer.

The Dillon Herald, April 27, 1905

The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller were shocked to learn of the death of their infant son, Maurice, which occurred Sunday morning after an illness of several days.

The Dillon Herald, April 27 1905

Marriages:

Mr. PrestonTurner of the Dillon mill was happily married to Miss Mattie Cooper Sunday by Squire Fore.

One of the most important social events of the season was the marriage today (Tuesday) of Mr. Thad Cottingham and Miss Marguerette Cox. The ceremony was performed at the home of the bride in Rowland

The Dillon Herald, May 4, 1905

Marion, May 2, Special:  Former Senator Thomas C. Moody who has been in ill health for several months was taken suddenly worse today and is now supposed to be dying.  Senator Moody has for many years been one the leading men of Marion.  He is the brother-in-law of   Congressman Ellerbe, Mayor Miles and of the late Governor Ellerbe.  He is a widower and childless.

The Dillon Herald, May 4, 1905

Marriage of Mr. Lowden Miller of Dillon and Miss Kittie Rogers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Rogers at the brides parent's home.  Rev.  J. C. Roper performed the ceremony.  From the Darlington New Era

The Dillon Herald, May 4, 1905

  Deaths posted in May 4 issue - transcriptions of the articles available - contact me by email <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

                Rev. E. F. C. Parnell
                Isabelle McRae Gaddy

The Dillon Herald, May 11, 1905

The Rowland residence of R. S. Dixon was struck by lightening leaving heavy damage.

The Dillon Herald, May 18, 1905

The gin house of C. G. Bass was destroyed by fired.  Total loss is about $5000. without a cent of insurance.

The Dillon Herald, May 18, 1905

Marriage of L. M. Miler and Kayetta Smith Sunday morning, performed by Judge Jno. Fore at his home.

The Dillon Herald, May 18, 1905

Death posted in March 18 issue - transcription of the article available - contact me by email <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

              Thomas C. Moody         

The Dillon Herald, May 18, 1905

Charles Sawyer was instantly killed by lightning Friday afternoon about 3 o'clock in his field, near Brownsville.  He was a very industrious  young farmer, and had lived in that section only a few years.  He came to Brownsville from Baker, a few miles south of Marion.  He leaves a  wife and seven children.  His mule was also killed with him.

The Dillon Herald, June 1, 1905

A Negro named Nelson Bethea was supposed to have been struck by a train and hurled for Little Pee Dee trestle some time last Saturday night.   He was last seen in the vicinity of the trestle late Saturday afternoon, and Sunday morning his hat and a guitar which he carried around with him were found in the river. He is still missing.

The Dillon Herald, June 1, 1905

   Deaths posted in June 1 issue - transcription of the article available - contact me by email <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>
            
             Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Bethea
             Sam Calder

The Dillon Herald, June 1, 1905

James Cole, a young farmer near Florence, shot and killed Alonzo Murphy, colored, Sunday night.  Murphy wad been beating his wife and when Mr. Cole remonstrated with him, he fired at Mr. Cole with a shotgun.  Mr. Cole then pulled his pistol and shot the Negro twice killing him  instantly.  Mr. Cole is a brother of Capt. Bill Cole who is well known here.

The Dillon Herald, June 8, 1905

The many friends of Mr. L. F. Edwards, who lives in the Pleasant Hill section, will learn with sorrow that he has suffered a stroke of paralysis.  Without any warning, the stroke came last Saturday rendering him speechless and helpless.  Mr. Edwards has a large family, and is well know throughout the county.  His condition is considered very serious.  The Mullins Enterprise

The Dillon Herald, June 8, 1905

Deaths posted in June 8 issue - transcription of the article available - contact me by email <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

H. T. F. Stackhouse
Bessie Stackhouse

We are sorry to report the death of little Miriam, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Bethea which occurred at Kngstree, SC. She was buried at Piney Grove Cemetery Wednesday morning.

The Dillon Herald, June 8, 1905

By an unaccountable error the name of a lady living in the upper section of the county, was placed in the jury box, and , as chance would have it, her name was drawn to serve at this term of court.  As only initials were used, the jury commissioners did not discover the error, and her name was handed with the others, to the sheriff, but of course, when the deputy discover the mistake, she was not summoned. - Star

The Dillon Herald, June 8, 1905

Marriages posted in the June 8th issue. 

Will Biggs and  Nannie George, Sunday. Married in Latta.

L J. Quick and Mattie Hamilton, Thursday. Married at the Methodist parsonage by Rev. J. D. Crout.

Matthew Edwards and Evelyn McRae, Thursday.  Bride the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rod McRae.

The Dillon Herald, June 8, 1905

The News and Courier of Tuesday contained the following:  "Today, while Dr. L. M. Roper was marrying Miss Birdie Lancaster, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. S. T.D. Lancaster, to W. F. Westbrook of Marion County, Mrs. Lancaster, mother of the bride, was stricken with paralysis and died in a few minutes.  Dr. Lancaster's home is at Pauline, near Glenn Springs."  Miss Lancaster taught music in the graded school for several years and is quiet well-known to many persons in t his section.  Mr. Westbrook was formerly president of the Browne-Westbrook Hardware Co. and had many friends hereabouts

The Dillon Herald, June 15, 1905

Miss Amelia Harllee and Mr. Jno. Carmichael went over to Darlington Wednesday to attend the marriage of Miss Harllee's nephew, Robert  Harllee, to a Miss Scarboro, daughter of ex-sheriff Scarboro of Darlington County.

The Dillon Herald, June 15, 1905

  Death posted in June 15 issue - transcription of the article available - contact me by email <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

             W. M. Lock, CSA Veteran

The Dillon Herald, June 15, 1905

W. H. Berry arrested in Fayetteville for passing bad checks.

The Dillon Herald, June 22, 1905

Death posted in June 22 issue - transcription of the article available - contact me by email <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

                W. S. Dillon

The Dillon Herald, June 29, 1905

The body of Mrs. J. O. Elvington, together with that of her new born babe, who died at Otter Creek, Fla. passed through here last Saturday, en route to her former home near Marietta, N.C.  Mr. Elvington was well-known in the upper part of the county.  Before her marriage she was a  Miss Page.  In addition to her husband, she leaves a large family connection - Mullins Enterprise

The Dillon Herald, July 6, 1905

   Miss Clyde Lester from near town has succeeded Miss Lina Schaffer as day operator at the central telephone office.

The Dillon Herald, July 6, 1905

 T. W. Berry has purchased L. H. Smith's and E. B. Berry's interest is the Latta Supply Co.  Messrs. Berry and Smith will devote their time to  the real estate business.

The Dillon Herald, July 6, 1905

Mr. L. J. Quick has opened a livery and feed stable at the Moore stables formerly occupied by J. L. Bain, where he will be  pleased to see his friends anytime they need anything in his line.

The Dillon Herald, July 6, 1905

       Death posted in July 6 issue - transcriptions of the articles available - contact me by email <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

             Halbrook Westbrook
             James Brunson
             A. B. Surles, CSA Veteran

The Dillon Herald, July 20, 1905

Death posted in July 20 issue - transcriptions of the articles available - contact me by email <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

Clesson Coats

The Dillon Herald, July 27, 1905

 Deaths posted in July 27 issue - transcriptions of the articles available - contact me by email <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>            

Florence Bailey
Mrs. T. W. Bethea
Wm. A. Galloway

Mrs. J. J. Bethea, wife of Dr. J. J. Bethea of Mullins, died Sunday afternoon after a prolonged illness.  A few days ago Mrs. Bethea sustained a serious fall which hastened her death.               

The Dillon Herald, July 27, 1905

Marriage of  L. C. Lovell and Otealie Jones on Sunday

The Dillon Herald, August 17. 1905

Death posted in July 27 issue - transcriptions of the articles available - contact me by email <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>   

C. R. Bethea    

The Dillon Herald, August 17, 1905

Marriage of Edward G. Richardson and Margaret Mae Cottingham at the residence of Mr. William Cottingham. Conducted by Rev. F.O.S.Curtis. The couple will reside in Greenville, Florida.

The Dillon Herald, August 17 1905

Wm. H. Hamer has purchased for the Dillon and Maple Cotton Mills the King store in the rear of the Dillon Hardware Co's. The building will be remodeled and used as general offices for the cotton mills.

The Dillon Herald, August 24, 1905

   Wade H. Berry has been charged with bigamy

The Dillon Herald, August 24, 1905

Mr. R. J. C. Ward was here Tuesday looking after his interests in the firm of R. J. O. Ward & Co., says there have been may disturbances of the peace in his community recently.

The Dillon Herald, August 24, 1905

 Death posted in August 24 issue - Lemuel Stubbs (article regarding his death also in the July 24, 1905 issue)

The Dillon Herald, August 24, 1905

Tribute to Honor Capt. W. J. Page

The Dillon Herald, August 31, 1905

  Death posted in August 31 issue - transcription of the article available - contact me by email <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

           Kate C. Carmichael

The Dillon Herald, August 31, 1905

Dolph the 8 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Braddy while playing near the cooking stove last Friday pulled a dipper of boiling water over  his shoulders and neck.  The little fellow was so badly burned that he suffered intense agony until a physician arrived and dressed his burns.

The Dillon Herald, August 31, 1905

Dr. L. F. Johnson of Wallace, N.C., but lately of Fayetteville, where he was chief surgeon at the Highsmith Sanitarium, has formed a co-partnership with Dr. C. R. Tabor for the practice of medicine.  Dr. Johnson & Tabor's office will be over the Richbourg building.       

The Dillon Herald, August 31, 1905

Mrs. A. C. Ward died very suddenly Tuesday night at her home near the Dillon Cotton Mill.  Mrs. Ward had been troubled with heart failure and her death is attributed to that cause.  She leaves a husband and a very young baby.

The Dillon Herald, August 31, 1905

Marriage of Agryspa Hinson and Rebecca Jackson on August 27, 1905 in Dunn, North Carolina
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The Dillon Herald, September 7, 1905

Death of Miss Emma Sellers of Whiteville. Article headlined Dunn, August 26,  taken from the Charlotte Observer - transcription of the article available - contact me by email <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

The Dillon Herald, September 7, 1905

Mrs. Kate C. Carmichael, wife of David Carmichael, died last Friday and was buried at Peedee church Sunday.  Mrs. Carmichael had been a sufferer from an incurable malady for sometime which she bore with great Christian fortitude.  She was about 65 years of age, and besides many relatives and friends, she leaves an aged husband to mourn her death.

The Dillon Herald, September 7, 1905

Marriage of Archie Hamilton and  Carry McLemore, Sunday.

The Dillon Herald, September 14, 1905

Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bethea died at Latta on Monday.   The infant was buried int he village cemetery.

The Dillon Herald, September 14, 1905

Clarence B. Rogers, a highly respected citizen, of Brownsville, died Sunday night and was buried at Parnasus church Monday

The Dillon Herald, September 28, 1905

Death last Friday of Ex-Governor C. T. O'Ferrall, father of Mr. C. T. O'Ferrall, Jr. of Dillon, at his home in Richmond, Virginia

The Dillon Herald, October 5, 1905

Squire S. L. Page is a useful man in any sphere which fate or chance places him  He knows how to impart happiness to those who thirst for connubial bliss as well as dish justice to the evil doers of Buck Swamp. Last Wednesday night, the 17th ultimo, he joined in holy wedlock Miss Swawnee Miller and Mr. Jno. Jackson and sent them on their way rejoicing.

The Dillon Herald, October 5, 1905

From the Robesonian - The sudden death of Mrs. J. W. Edens, which occurred about nine o'clock Tuesday eveing was a shock tothe town.  Mrs. Edens leaves a husband and two small children, one of them just one week old.

The Dillon Herald, October 19, 1905

E. P. Smith, proprietor of the Florence Steam Laundry, died at Florence Sunday afternoon.  Mr. Smith was a cripple, but a man of marvelous energy and personally superintended the work of his large laundry.  He made frequent trips to Dillon in the interest of his business and knew many people here who will regret to learn of his death. 


Other deaths posted in October 19
issue - transcriptions of the articles available - contact me by email <hbmoody@bellsouth.net>

William B. Alford
Samantha Carmichael

James McRae

The Dillon Herald, October 26, 1905

G. Raymond Berry arrested in Tampa Florida living under the name of R. W. McIntyre, the maiden name of his wife, for forging trustees names to teachers pay certificates while Superintendent of Education in Marion.

The Dillon Herald, November 9,  1905

At Omohundo Bros. large saw mill near Sellers last Thursday, Leslie Haden, a young man about 22 years of age met a horrible death.  Young Haden with some other workmen was unloading a heavy piece of timber from a wagon when the log was thrown violently to the ground, catching the young man's head between another piece of timber and crushing the life out of him instantly.  Haden's head was terribly mangled.  The body was taken to his home in Virginia last Friday night, being accompanied by Mr. Oscar Omohundro, one of the proprietors of the mill.

The Dillon Herald, November 16, 1905

Death posted in November 16 issue - transcriptions of the articles available - contact me by email<hbmoody@bellsouth.net>                               

Minyon Watson
Adaline Morrison

The Dillon Herald, November 30, 1905

Marriages:

H. L. Farley and Sarah P. Banks on November 22, 1905.  Groom from Dillon, Bride of Snakecreek, Virginia

Neil Arch McLean and Essie Stewart, last week.

Dr. G. M. Pate and Marie Hamer , November 22, 1905.  Bride from Raynham and the groom is from Rowland, N.C.

 Mr. and Mrs. William B. Hancock issuing invitations for a wedding reception for
Eugene Withers and Daisy Hancock on Wednesday December 6, 1905

The Dillon Herald,  November 30, 1905

Mr. Joseph L. Breeden, one of the oldest citizens of Marlboro county, died at his home in Bennettsville Tuesday at 3 o'clock in the afternoon

The Dillon Herald, November 30, 1905

Death of William A. Anderson on November 18th - transcription of the article available - contact me by email<hbmoody@bellsouth.net>    

The Dillon Herald, December 7, 1905

L. J. Hinkey, the young man who was released from the State penitentiary a few week ago where he had been confined 18 moths for robbing the Bank at Latta, a crime which it was discovered latter he was not guilty of died at the Presbyterian hospital in Charlotte last from a disease which he contracted in prison.  It was upon after discovered evidence that Young HInkey's innocence was established, and a few weeks ago he was released from prison.

The Dillon Herald, December 7, 1905

Marriage of Miss Sallie Emanuel of Mallory and Mr. Rupert George of Sellers at the brides home last Wednesday

The Dillon Herald, December 14, 1905

Death posted in December 14 issue - transcriptions of the articles available - contact me by email<hbmoody@bellsouth.net>        

Robert Jackson  CSA
Jeter Jackson     (additional article regarding her death in the December 28th issue)

The Dillon Herald, December 21, 1905

Marriages

Announcement of the pending marriage of Mason C. Brunson and Julia Ann McCallum to be held December 25 at the Baptist church in Florence, SC.

Announcement of impending marriage of C. A. Cole and Vernon Carmichael from Fork and the daughter of Annie Carmichael.

A. C. Edens and Hattie Allen on December 17.  Bride of Carolina, married at Albriton.

The Dillon Herald, December 28, 1905

Marriages

M. L. Galloway and Bessie Coleman, Monday.  Bride of Williston, Fla

Dr. G. W. Paschal and Laura Allen, last Thursday.  Groom member of faculty of Wake Forest College

R. K. Hayes and Daisy Atkinson on Wednesday.   Bride of Latta. Groom a farmer and graduate of Wofford


        


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