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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 1 September 1905

A WEIRD STORY About a Fine Mansion at New Port, Which ?s SAID TO BE HAUNT?l). St muge Figures Have Been" Seen'lifand Aboui the Qsrdcn and 'the "House. Strange Noises Have Also Been Heard In all Parts of the Big Mouse. Th? William Waldorf Astor house on Bellevue avenue haunted? Impossible! Ridlouloubl This is tho quory and some of the answers that have been Moating about the Summer colony at Newport this season, says the New York Amorionn. The idea that ono of the Bellevue avenue mansions, which has bsd As tors and Vanderbilt^ for its occupants, could really bo "haunted," hke an old-fashioned New E..glaud country house, and looked at askance by all passers by, seems past belief. Yet Mich a tradition ls attached to "Beaulieu," the big brownstone aud brick house that stands just south c f tho famous marble house owned by Mrs. ?. H. P. Belmont. The taking of "Beaulieu" early In July by the Thomas F. Walshes of Washington, lately of Colorado, re vived all the mysteries and traditions tha...

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. — 8 September 1905

Tne "DO TI?OU, GREAT LIBERTY, INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IS THY POSSESSION HAPPY OR OUR DEATHS ULORIOUS IN THY OA USE," VOL. XX/s xi. BENNETTS VILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1905. OVER AT LAST Russia and Japan Have Conclud ed a Treaty of Peace. JAPAN GAVE ALL UP Rather Than Continue tho War. Witte Was Greatly Surprised al the Gen erous \ction of the Japs in Accepting the Terms Submitted by Him. Tho lon ir and bloody war between Russia and Japan cime to an .honora ble end at Portsmouth, N. H., on Tuesday, August 29, when thc two nations agreed to terms of peace through their coinmlRSioncrs, which had boen negotiating for about ten days at'Portsmouth. The terms bf peaco were settled by Mr. Witto and liaron Komura at the session of the conference Tuesday morning, and Tuesday afternoon pre liminary arrangements for an armis tice wero concluded and the actual work of framing tho "'Treacy of Portsmouth" was, by mutual agree ment, turned over to Mr. De Martens, Russia's great Inte...

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. — 8 September 1905

a. A. BROWN - - - Editor] Fri?ay September 8, 1906, Subscription Prices One year.$1.00 Six months.60 Threo months.25 Maa**--- ?- - ITIirjUM?mailIMMUIIWlilULJJ_ PEN ANJO 3CISSOR&RAPHS Twolve colored mon voted in the Nowberry dispensary eleotion, and thoy votod against it. Tho farmors of Ohostortlold havo sworn that thoy will not pay moro tl un 40 cts por hundred for] picking cotton. Tho I ig planing mill of the Atlantic Coast Lumber company was burned at Georgetown Fri? day-Loses $100,000. FARMERS RALLY MEETINGS On Tuesday next thoro will bo( a big gathoring of tho farmers and business mon of Marlboro county at Rennottsvillo to hoar addresses from Harvio Jordan, Hon. E. D. Smith, F. H. Hyatt and o thorn on questions ot vital interest to ono and all. Evory body ?H invited and expected to como. Tho mooting will opon nt 10 o'clock. A lllCH TREAT. Tho Old Maids Association is to hold ito regular meeting on Sept, 15, 1005, in tho Murchiflon School Auditorium. Each one of tho members, ...

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. — 8 September 1905

?. -i. BHOWN Editor] Friday September 8, 1906. ' 8u?>sr.rJptlon Prien Ono year.$1.00 Six months.50 Three months.25 PEN AND S CIS S OR GR A PBS Twolvo colored mon voted in the Newberry dispensary oleotiou, and they voted against it. Tho farinera of Chesterfield have sworn that thoy will not pay moro than 40 cts por hundrod for] picking cotton. Tho 1 ig planing mill of the Atlantic Coast humber company was burned at Georgotown Fri day-Loses $100,000. FARMERS RALLY MEETINGS! On Tuesday next thoro will bo, a big gathering of tho farmers and business mon of Marlboro county at Kenuettsvillo to boar addresses from Ilarvio Jordan, Hon. E. D. Smith, F. II. Hyatt aud othors on questions of vital interost to ono ?nd all. Every body in invited and oxpoctod to como. The mooting will opon ntl 10 o'clock. A 1UC1I THE AT. Tho Old Maids Association iel to hold its regular mooting on Sept, 15, 1905, in tho Murchison School Auditorium. Each ono of tho mo robers, ua full-blown flower still drooping ...

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. — 8 September 1905

BENNETOYILLE, S. 0, BY 8. A. UKO WK * CO. OJltua on Marion Street Opposite Masonic liait, .??.-? Friday September 8, 1906. Our Town Gorvernment. MAYOR-P. A. Hodges ALDERMEN-W.P. Breeden, Jr, C. S Oua?m. A. O. Sinclair, E. Power*. Ci.KKK & TREASURER- Milton Mc laurin, Ollice open daily. POLICE-W. M. Atkinson. Sim Boxley. Marlboro County Officers. SilBiUKF-J . B. Croon CLERE: of CLERK-J. A. Drako JUDOS OK PUOUATK-M. MoLaurin CORONER-G. A. MoCall SUPERVISOR-M. K. Coward SUPT. ICOUOATION-W. Ii. Stanton TREASURER-J. li. Thomas AUDITOR-Chas. I. Shorritl. SENATOR-Jovhua II, Hudson. RgPREatNPATiVES-iD, 1). MoColl, Jr. W. W. Bruco, J. P.Gibson ii'Atn C. 0. Eiitorl?uVi r. L. < jyo^l nul U?huO,ttrtvil???, ll f. M ?I ai rib) Modell ,f ..i i| <\ ' ijlOUtl . I [io AV , ' : 'wv I) Bl?ijln ?0J , T. ?J. Stubby 'M');'.' ( vi,H. j Oounty Church Directory. Bennettsville Circuit Appointments REV. A. T. DUNLAP} P. 0. Pirat Sunday-ll ?.m., PiaeGrovo" 3 p. m., Smyrna. Booond Sunday, ll a. m. MoCo...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 8 September 1905

THE VEIW BEST. A timmi Tribute to the Soliders ot th?. Confederacy. FOUGHT GKEAT ODDS But Always Acquitted Themselves la a Way that Made Their Enemies Re spect Them. Some Interesting Pacts and Figures from Friend and Poe. The subjoined extracts are taken from the writings ot Rev. J. William Jones, who was lirst a private and served in the ranks, then a chaplain to tho clono of the war. Those ex tracts aro taken from Vol. XII, "Confeder ate Military History." The author is now Chaplain-General of tho Uuitcd Confed?ralo Votoraus. During the war he was iittlngly designated us tho "Fighting Parson." Chaplain Jones ls a man of marked ability, with both pen and tongue. He is a Biptlst minister. In his testimony before "the committee on tho conduct of the war," Major Qeneneral Hooker "Fighting Joe" he was affectionately and appropriately called by his men uses this remarkable aud emphatic language: ' Our artillery had always been su perlor to that of the rebels, as was also our Infantry, e...

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. — 15 September 1905

Mar YOL. XX^s "DO THOU, GREAT LIBERTY, INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN TJ.IY POSSESSION HAPPY OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." BEN NETTS VILLE, S.O., FIlIDAYvfSEPTEMJiEll 15. 1905. I?, i NO. w. M TREATY SIGNED. Church Bells Peal Forth the Joy ful New s of Peace. THEY SHAKE HANDS, As the Treaty is Signed Russia's En voys Extend thc Hand of Friend ship Which Is (hasped by the Japan's Representative. A Secret Conference. A dispatch from Port s rr ou ?ib., N. H., says Ibo treaty of Portsmouth was signed shortly before 4 o'clock Tues day afternoon in the conference room of tho navy general storo at the navy yard. The tiring of a national haluto of 10 guns was tho signal which told people of Portsmouth, Ktttcry and Newcastle that the peace of Ports mouth was an accomplished fact and the church bells In tho three towns were soon pealing forth a joyful rc frain. For 47 minutes thoso outside the conference room anxiously awaltud the signal. Suddenly an orderly dashed to tho entr...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 15 September 1905

The Democrat "DO THOU, GREAT LIBERTY, INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION il A PP Y OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN TUX OA USE " VOL. XX^ BENNETTS VILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, /SEPTEM BEI! 15, 1905. NO. ssc W. TREATY SIGNED. Church Bells Peal Forth the Joy ful News of Peace. THEY SHAKE HANDS5, As iee Treaty ls Signed Russia's Un voys Gxtcr.il thc Hand ol Friend ship Which is Qraspcd by thc Japan's Representative. A Secret Conference. A dispatch from Portant ouW, N. H., says the treaty of Portsmouth was signed shortly before 4 o'olcck Tues day afternoon lu the conference room of the navy general store at tho navy yard. Tho firing of a national salute of 19 guns was tho signal which told people of Portsmouth, Klttery and Newcastle that the peace of Ports mouth was an accomplished fact and the church bells In the threo towns were soon pealing forth a joyful rc fraln. For 47 minutes thoso outside the conference room anxiously awaited tho signal. Suddenly an orderly dashed to the e...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 15 September 1905

ni \?. A, uno U N - - - Editor] ^Friday September 15, 1905. Subnc rip tien Prie?! Ono year.,. 1.00 Six months.50 Three months.26 FARMERS RALLY MEETINGS The "rally meeting" on Tues cay was a success, in spito of the failure of Col. Harvie Jor dan to get here. Messrs F. II. Hyatt, and E. D. Smith, officers of the State Association were present and both made line ad dresses-Mr. Smith excelling his former efforts here. The en thusiasm and interest manifes ted leads us to think that our "warehouse" is a certainty, and that in shoulder to shoulder work the farmers in the future will lind less trouble in manag lng conditions that affect their interest than in the past Now, let them keep the "ball rolling," and turnout next Mon day at Bennetl8ville in crowds to another 'big rally* to discuss matters of vital importance to tho farmers just at this time. Several prominent speakers will be present and make the occasion one of interest and profit Tho Presbyterian College. An enthusiastic, meeti...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 15 September 1905

BEMNETTSYILLE, S, 0. 1? Y ?. A. lt HOW IV * CO. O/ilav on Marion Street Opposite Masonic Hall. > .* Friday September 16. 1005. Oar Town Oorvernment. M A von-P. A. Hodges ALDERMEN-W P. Breeden, Jr, 0, S Chaffin, A. G. Sinclair, E. Powers. CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc? Laurln. Office open dally. POLICE-W. M. Atkinson, Sim Maxley. Marlboro County Officers. SUBBIKE--J. B. Groon CLERK: OF CLERK-J. A. Brak o JUDOS OV PROHATB--M. Molmurin CORONER-G. A. McCall SUPERVISOR-M. K. Coward SUPT. EDUCATION-W. L. Stanton TREASURER-J. H. Thouin* AUDITOR-Chas. I. Sberrill. SBNATOR-Joshua II. ih'json UBPRESKNTATIVES-I). 1>. M ot oil, Jr. W. W. Bruco, J. V.GiUou M.voiarAisa-C D. Kaalorliug, T. h. Croslind, BennottdVille, B. L. MoLaurin, MeOull John A. Calhoun. Clio, W. J. Atkinson, Blonhoim, T, P. Stubbs, BrightBVille, W. W. Irby, Smithville. Oounty Church Directory. Bennettsville Circuit Appointments KEV. A. T- DUNLAP- P. C. .First Sunday-ll a.m., PineQrovc 3 p. m., Smyrna. 8oeondSunday, ll a...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 15 September 1905

BENNETTSVILLE, S. C. ll Y 8. A. ItHOWN ?% CO. O/flev on Marion ?itrevi Opposite Masonic Mali, > .'V..-.M. Friday September 16. 1905. j Our Town Oorvernment. M A VOR-JP. A. Hodges ALDERMEN-W P. Breeden, Jr, 0, S Chaffin, A. G. Sinclair, E. Powers. CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc Laurin. Office open daily. POLICE-W. M. Atkinson, Sim flaxley. Marlboro County Officer a. fett?fair**-J . B. Orooo CLERIC OK CLERK-J. A. Drake JUDO* OK PROBATB-M, MoLaurin CORON BR-G. A. McCall .SUPERVISOR-M. K, Coward SUPT. KDUCATION-W. L. Stunton TREASURER-J. ii. Thouin* AUDITOR-Chas. I. Shorrill. SENATOR-Joshua H. Hudson. UBPREanNrATlVBS-l). l>. MoColl, Jr. \V. W. Bruco, J. P.GiUoo MAOierAiss-C D. Eiistorliug, T. L. Crosltud, Bonootttifillo, II. L. MoUurio, MoColl John A. Calhoun. Clio, W. J. Atkinsou, Blonhoim, Ti P. Stubbs, Brightsvtlle, W. NV. Irby, SinitUvillo._ BB_I_I-L'~-1--*-'---- -La-U -' County Church Directory. Bennettsville Circuit Appointments REV. A. T. DUNLAP, 1?. C. First Sunday-ll a.m...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 15 September 1905

WAS IN THE WAY. Crime Caused by Kate for a Helpless Little Girl. IN NEW YORK SLUMS. Mao Admits that He Struck the Little Child and lt Died. Horrified Mother Washes the Little Corpse and (iocs Out to Hide lt. Pooplelllvlng In this section of tho county havo little or no oonoeption of tho wickedness of a big city Uko New York. If you want to ger. a gil nape of slum lifo in that oity read tire fol lowing from the Now York Ameri can: While all the olly was holiday mak ing Monday the police, working over the mystory of a baby's dead body found in ibo hallway of tho tenement at No. 404 Eleventh avenue, brought gradually to llgbt a tragedy of or! ms blacker, more fiendishly cruel and more hopelessly sordid tuan had de faced their reoor.l for years. Gustave Dlnser and Agnes Renoude lived Lt No. 431 West Forty-tlfth street. The woman had a two year old child. The mun hated and abused it. lt was in tho way, In tho end ho slew it with all the ferocity of a wolfe Then tho body waa hurried away ...

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. — 22 September 1905

The Maribor^ Dgnocg ~ "DO THOU, GREAT LIBERTY, INSPIRE OUR SOULr AND MAKE OUU MVES,1N *|lIY POSSESSION IIA1TY OR OUR I/EATUS GLORIOUS IN T1IY OAUSE." VOL. XX^ BENNETTS VILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1905. NO. MIKASA BURNED. rire Got to the Magazine And An Explosion Follows. SIX HUNDRED LOST. The Pride ol the Japanese Navy Sinks Into the Sea. She was Togo's Flagship, but he was not on Board When the Terrible Accident Took Place. A dlspatoh from Tokio says the Japanese navy department announces that the battleship Mikasa had been daatroved by fire and tho explosion of her magasine, cauilng tho loss of 599 livia, Inoluding men of other ships, who went to tho rescue. The lire started from an unknown cause at midnight on Sur.day night, September 10th. Before the (.illjeir; could bo resoured, the fire reached tho aft magazine, blowing a hole in the port aide of the vessel below the water line and causing tho ship to Bink. An investigation is now being held to determine the oauso of t...

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. — 22 September 1905

THE MARLBORO DEMOCRAT 8, A. linOWN - - - Edittyr Friday September 22, 1905. Ono year...$1.00 Six months.60 Three months.26 A BRUTAL MURDER. Un Tuesday night, September 19lb, between 10 and ll o'clock BB Sheridan jyicKiutton, tho well known colored blacksmith, wa6 on his way homo from town to Hunker Hill nonr Oak Ridge comotery, and in front of oue of the last houses on the road, ho was fired upon by ono Jake Jenkins, a colored youth, who has boon working a ound town, tho whole load of number 2 shot striking him in tho chest ami face and ciusing death in a vory short time His ca ls for help soon brought ? crowd, nnd a messongcr sent to town for tho polico while they looked nftei tho wounded man and the boy who dill the shooting. Dr. Crosland wat also quickly brought, but ho could dc not bing to savo him as soveral large nlmi. had penetrated his brain. Chief Sim Baxloy and policeman Kelly, wore found at the depot wait ing for the belated trains. Tho clue! jumped on a wheel and was soo...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 22 September 1905

u Bf?NNETTSVILLB, 8. 0. ?IT H. A. ?HOWH * ?O. O?lee on Marton Street Oppo?tU Masonic Hall. ^...M..?..S.H..?M..-*?..H.*U.S0 Friday September 32, 190b. Our Town Oorvernment. MAYOR-F. A. Hodges A i? i> K KM KM-W 1?. Breeden, Jr. C. S QlfUtUiv, A. G. Sinclair, IC. Powers. CLERK SC I'RKAS?RBR-Milton Mc Laurln. ?llice open dally. POLICE-W.M. Atkinson. Sim Bailey. HOWS THIS! We oder One Hundred Dollars Kc ward lor any case ot catarrh that can? not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J CHKNFY & Co , Toledo. O We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney lor the last i5 years, and be lleve him perfectly honorable in all bus? iness transactions and financially able to carry ont any obligations made by his firm. WALDINO. KlNNAN & MARVIN. Wholesale Druggists, Tob do, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting derectly upon the blcod ar d mu cous surfaces ol the system. Testimo nial! sent tree. Price 75 cents per b dib. Sold by all Druggists, - CHEAP ! TRACT oonaina 274 BO OB,...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 22 September 1905

GOOD ADVICE. Mr, Missen Tells Farmers to Market Their Cotton Slowly And Alion Plantors Wai Oct Good Prlooa. Wanta Flsuroa on COM aumptlon by tho Hnlnnora. The following letter willoh we take from the Augusta Uh ron lelo will bo read with interest: Dear Sir: The oonventlon of the Southern Cotton Association, held In Asheville, N. C., on tho Otb, has ad journed, and passes down Into history as a mest Important meeting. While I was In hopes that this meeting would fix twelve cents aa tho minimum prloo for cotton during this season, which prloo, whon the size of the crop in taken Into consideration, ls cheap, they thought differently-eleven oonU minimum was agreed upon as the cor rect UK uro, and so, from now on, eleven cents ls tho minimum price to be demanded by all loyal farmers for their cotton during this season. When ton cents per pound was lixed last February by tho convention in Now Orloans and demanded by tho farmers, all manner of fun was made of the far mers,and their associa...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 22 September 1905

UOOD ADVICE. Mr.. Misson Tells Farmers to Market Their Cotton Slowly Aud Alien Planters Will Clot Good Vi ..es. Wants Figures on Oon sninptlon by thc Bplnnors. The fallowing letter which we ta ko from the Augusta Chronlole will bc read wltb interest: Dear Slr: The convention of tho Southoru Cotton Asscoiatlon, held lu Asheville, IN. C., on tho 6th, bas ad Journed, and passes down Into history aa a most Important meeting. While I was in hopos that this meeting would tlx twelvo coots as tho minimum prioc for cotton during this soason, willoh price, whon the slzo of tho orop ie taken into consideration, ls oheap, they thoughtdlfferently-sloven conti minimum was agreed upon aa tho oor reou figure, and so, from now on, eleven oents is tire minimum pries tc be demanded by all loyal farmers foi their cotton during this soason. When ten cents per pound was tixed last February by thc convention in New Orloans and demanded by tho farmora, all manner of fuu was made of the far mern,and their a...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 29 September 1905

'""liS The Marlboro Democrat "1)0 THOU, GREAT LIBERTY, INSPIRE OUI? SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN Tili POSSESSION HAPPY OK OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." _,_i_? BENNETTS VILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, .SjBPTEMBER 99,1906. VOL. XX^ NO. 0r4? _ Large Passenger Steamer Ram med at Sea by a Schooner. BOTH SHIPd SAVED. Six Passengers and Two Officers of thc Steamer Were Injured. The Collis ion Took Place as thc Steamer was Rounding Cape Cod on Her Regular Trip. Tho lujury of six passengers and two of tho Bhlp'a offloers by a colllsou at sea was reported by thc Bteamor Jun- , lata of the Merohanti and Miners' < Transportation company, b^und from Boston for Baltimore and Norfolk, ? willoh returned to Boston, Thursday j afternoon, badly damaged. Tho Jun | lata was rammed Wednesday night 30 < miles cir Chatham by tho ilvemastod i r.obeoncr Harwood Palmer, bound i from Baltircioro for Portland, Mo., I with a cargo of coal. Tho Injured: Mr. an? Mis. Friedell, Pittsburg, t badly bi ulsed. J. W. Jo...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 29 September 1905

m iViarlfooro "1)0 THOU, GREAT LIBERTY, INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." VOL. BENNETTS VILLE, S.O., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER ?t), 1906. NO. ? LUCKY ESCAPE. Large Passenger Steamer Ram med at Sea by a Schooner. BOTH ??HIP? SAVED. Six Passengers and Two Officers of the Steamer Were Injured. The Collis ion Took Place as thc Steamer was Rou liding Cape Cod on Uer Regular Trip. The lujury of six passengers and two of tho ship's ollloers by a collison at sea was reported by thc steamer Jun lata of the Merchants and Miners' Transportation company, bound from Boston for Baltimore and Norfolk, which returned to Boston, Thursday afternoon, badly damaged. Tho Jun lata was rammed Wednesday night 30 miles til Obatham by tho llvemasted Kohoonc-r Harwood Palmer, bound from Baltimore for Portland, Mo., with a cargo of coal. The Injured: Mr. and Mrs. Frlcdell, Pittsburg, badly bruised. J. W. Johnson, North Abington, Mass., leg broken; injure...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 29 September 1905

0. 4? niiOWK - - - MtUtor Friday September 29, 1905. Bttb'iorlptlon Prlcet Ono year.$ 1.00 <8ix months.,.?5.0 Three months.25 Ul t I.>:,:.. ???viTflimwf a.TlTTn-T "TMftililM PA'iV AND SCIS SOJRGUAPMS The North Caroliua Synod meets at Red Springs October 24. The Fair at Fayetteville opens on the 25th of October for il days. Woi?ord College opened on the 20th with the largest en rollment in its history. Rev. T. H. Newkirk, for 10 years pastor of Marion Presby terian church, has resigned. Jimios Cara wei I a woll known writer for thu newspapers died in North Carolina Saturday lrom a fall. Judye Gary was hold up on the Streets of Columbia Saturday night rut] robbed of his watch and $28. The weather in Nebraska last week was almost freezing,while hort) is was uncomfortably warm. The Standard Oil Company made about 25 million dollars clear, for the year ending in {September. Mr. A. VV. Weatherly, form erly of Marlboro but now of Sumter, has received his patent? on his stalk cutter. ...

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