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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 27 April 1906

BBNNETTSYILLB, B. 0. JBY ?? A, WROlVW Jk CO. OJflooon Marion Street Opposite Masonic Mall? Friday April 27, 1906. Our Town Oorvernment, MAYOR-P. A. Hodges ALDERMEN-W P. Breeden, Jr, C. Sj Chaffin, A. G. Sinclair, E. Powers, CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc Laurin, Office open daily. POLICE-W T Kelly, WM Atkinson Marlboro County Officers, SnRRifc'P-J. B. Oroon CLERK OP CLERK-J. A. Drake JUDOB ov PROBATE-M. MoLaurin CORONER-Gr. A, MoCall SUPERVISOR-M.E. Coward SUPT. EOUOATION-W. L. Stanton TREASURER-J. H. Thomas AUDITOR-Chas. I. Sliorrill. SKNATOR-Joshua II. Hudson, BEPRESKNTATIVES-1). D. MoColl, Jr. W. W. Bruco, J. P. Gibson M AO IS TATES-C . p. Eastorling, T. Ii. Crosland, Bonnottsvillo, II. L. MoLauriu, MoColl John A. Calhoun. Clio, W. J. Atkinson, Blonhoim, T. P. 8tubbs, Brightsvillo, Wi W. Irby, Smithville Bennettsville Church Directory METHODIST-T. E. MORRIS, P. C. Sunday school 3 30 p. m. Preaching nt 11.00 a. m, and 7.30 p.m. Prayer moot ing Wediiosday evening at 4,00 o'olook. ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 27 April 1906

WHAT DID HESPI? lilis Is the Question Being Ask ed About Prof. lien ich. PROBABLY mk SrUL Ot tbe Wife He Had Just Murdered, it thc Solemn Reply of Science Af ter a Serle? of Remarks* ble Scientific Ex periments. Adolph Bsrrlob, a gaunt, emaoiatcd maniac, was captured by the sheriff and a posse last month on tho prarie, nine miles from Col orado Springs, Gul. To the physlolan at tho (J .utily Jail, where ho was first taken, ho iramo> dlately beoame an obj -ot of Intense Interest by revealing himself as ai student of advanced phyBlcs and chem istry. Fragmentary utteratoes iudio&ted further that toe now inmate had fl d from Boston, Mass.; that ho was Prof. Adolph Beniah, and tOat he hr>d killed his own wife in tho Inter .eats of science. In a ranbling way lie has dose, lhed au experiment wita a fluorescent noreen, ultra violet rays and other apparatus, and a human soul floating away. Berrioh's statements were so re markablo that a MU rob was made o the cave in which he had b....

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 4 May 1906

m i?v ' ie'- V iVL ci ri ?> o ?*o "DO THOtJ, GBBAT UBBRTT, I ITS PIRE OUB SOULS A?D MAXS OTTB L1VM Mt THY POSBUgRIOII HAPPY OB OUB DEATHS OLOKIQ?B IH THY ?AUSB." VOI^XXI. BBNNETTSVILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1906. NO. 19 BURIED ALIVE Three Weeks ia a Mine and Fi nally Rescued GIVEN UP AS DEAD Thirteen Miners Came Out of the Garth Like Ghosts. Entombed M u Ate Bark, Hay, Oats and Piceos ol Decomposed Horse Flesh. Thirteen men were brought up alive on March 29 from the Oourrlors coal mines, in Franoe lu whloh twen ty days previous a terrible explosion of gases entombed and destroyed near ly 1,200 miners. Five days later another, who had been alone In bi6 underground captivity came out. For twenty days the thirteen en dured horrible lufferings, supporting life by gnawing the bark from tim ber supports, eating bits of food that bad been left by their dead comrades, bay, ost> and tl e partially decompos ed oarca>b cf a 1 erse. Fi om the laok of waler they were r duced to shook i...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 4 May 1906

fi. a, BROWN- - - * Editor Friday May 4, 1906, ((Subscription I'rleet One year.$ 1.00 Six months.50 Three mouths.21 LETTER FROM^ CH ADBOURN. CiiA?noRKN, N. 0 , April 2?, 1906. EDITOR DEMOCKAT : Po rh a pa a lotter from thia place would be of interest to soino ol your roadors. Ohadboum just a few years ago was only a small placo with with oue or two storos mid a Saw Mill. Tho onginoors who passed scarcely blow tho wh?stlo tor a stop, but to day it is a place known through all tho uni?n as too greatest straw* berry centr? in tho South, Moro tito Conway liriinob orossos tito A tia ni i Con . (jinn ({ail road am) from th i'll point all tho bunion thal uto atado iu ihit, ?.cai truck ing country aro loaded in llofrige rator oars. Tho cars aro iced boro preparatory for their long journey to all parts of the north. TII?H work requires a largo uum -01 laborers, who work all day and all night. Tho ?o?ngj oration is only fifty yards from my room and as 1 \vrito this 1 bear tho song ol' tho neg...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 4 May 1906

BBNNBTTSYILLB, S. 0. 52 Y ?. A. IIUOWK & OG. Office AT? rf OH Sired Opjtos-Uv Masonic, Hall* .?..<..?...?.??..I.??,??????!..?."..>.?...>...?....?.<..<... Friday May 4, 1906. Our 2Wa Gorvernmenl. MAYOR-P. A. Hodges ALDERMEN-W P. Breeden, Jr, ?. 8 halTin, A. G. Sinclair, E. Powers. CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc Laurln. Office open daily. POLICE-W T Kelly, W M Atkinson Marlboro County Officers. SHERIFF-J. B. Grcon CLERK or CLERK-J. A. Drake JUDGE ot? PROBATE--M. MoLauriu OoaoNER-G. A, McCall SUPERVISOR-Bl. E. Coward SUPT. ?DUCATION-W. L. Stantou TREASURER-J. H. Thomas AUDITOR-Chas. I. Sherrill. SENATOR-Joshua II. Hudson, REPRESENTATIVES-0, 1). Mo?oll, Jr. W. W. Bruco, J. P. Gibson Wm MAOISTATES-C. D. Kastcrliug, T. L. Crosland, Bonnet tsvillo. II. L. MoLauriu, McColl John A. Calhoun. Clio, W. J. Atkinson, Blouhoim, T, P. Stubbs, Brighteville, W. W. Irby, Smithvillo. liennettsville Church Directory METHODIST- T. E. MORRIS, P. C. Suuday sohool 3.30 p. in. Proaching a...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 4 May 1906

ELOQUENT WORDS Of Qeaeral Stephen D. Lee to His Old Comrades. TH?ILLING SPEECH By Leader of Confederate Veterans at Opening of Reunion at New Or inar?a. Words that Wrung Cheers of Pride and th let Prom BattIe*Scarred Soldiers Following is the address of Gen. Stephen D. Lee? oommander-in-ohie? of the United Confederate Veterans, at the New Orleans reunion, last week In reply to welooming addresses. Gen Lee said: "The United Confederate Veterans are again met in the olty of their origin. We are on co moro tho guests of those patriotic and energetic men, into whoso labors wo have entered, and to whom tho thanks of all surviv ing Confederates ? re due. Again and again, we have returned to taste of the Inexhaustible bounty of your hos pitality; to be refreshed by the patri otism and enthusiasm of this generous and beautiful oity. "The flags of Franoe and of Spain, of the Union and of the Confederacy, havo floated over the soil upon which we stand, but always over bravo men and lovely wom...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 4 May 1906

ELOQUENT WORDS Of General Stephen D. Lee to ??s Oiii Coau ades. THRILLING SPEECH By Leader of Confederate Veterans at Opening of Reunion at New Or* leans. Words that Wrung Cheers of Pride and Qrief Prom Battle-Scarred Soldiers Following ls the address of Gen. Stephen D. Lee, oommander-in-ohlef of the United Oonfederato Voterans, at the New Orleans reunion, last week In reply to welcoming addresses. Gen. Lea said: "The United Confederate Veterans are again mot in the city of their origin. We are once moro tho guests of those patrlotio and onergetlc men, into whoso labors wo have entered, and to whom tho thanks of all surviv ing Confederates t re due. Again and again, we have returned to taste of tba inexhaustible bounty of your hos pitality; to be refreshed by tho patrl otlsm and enthusiasm of thiB generous and beautiful oity. "The Hags of Franoo and of Spain, of the Union and of tho Confederacy, have Heated over the soil upon which wo stand, but always over brave mon and lovely wome...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 11 May 1906

1 tie Marlboro' ?TO T??0T7, OBBAT LIBE?V1Y, IHSPIH? O0B BOWLS A WO MAJCK OUB UVB? 1? THT POSSESSION HARPY OB O?B DEATHS 0LOBIO?8 ?T THY OAUSK." BENNETTS VILLE, S. C., FRIDAY. MAY ll, 1906. NO. 20 PT SHOT FIRED Into Severa. United States Judg es ia the Senate BY SM VTOK TILLMAN He Claimed That Spooner Had Acted Harshly Towards Him, but Said He JU Did Not Object to Bein* Call ed "Rude," Because He Was a "Rude Man." During the debate In the United States Seuate Thursday on tho rall i$Sf? rate bill senator Tillman took the floor to put iuto the Record a nu m ber of statements he bad gathered to Justify his position that the people distrust the federal courte. Prelimi narily he announced that ho did not intend a wbolesalo onslaught upon the judiciary and ho acquitted the sup reme court especially of questionable proceedings, although, he said, lt bari "wobbled" moro or less. In the Bouth, ho wot on, then weio Ui?i"v ?xoollen J idgcB, bub or the otho ha some o? t em had been guilty of .c....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 11 May 1906

S. A. BllOjrxr - - ? Editor Fr'iUy May II, 18QG. ^S?S^'^l~\''^lir''fTL'1' -irijm >-^jmww fl??b?crlptlon Prie?! One year.."..$1.00 ;Six months.50 Throe mouths.25 Demooratio Oounty Oonyention. Tho Oounty Coovontion mot in tho Court House on Monday 7th atllo'olook and was called to ordor by Mr. J. N. Urako, county chairman, Mr. S. J. Mc! unis, aot ins Seoretary. On motion those officers were inado permanent officers of the convention and Col. R. M. Pegues oloctctl Vice Presi dent. lu spite ot' the heavy rainp thoro wore full delegations from all tho dubs. Mr. J. N. Drako was reelected County Ohnirmnn ?ind momhor of tho Statu ?vxo<*utivi? commit too. Thc? following delegates iv ?re elected to tho Stn to convention which iiici >ts in Columbia ne t Wednesday; K. M. Peguos, Stnithvillo J. F. McLauriu, MoColl F. Manning, Sr., Hebron 1). D. MoColl, Jr., Bounottsville aro* Tri. Itogors, Bonnottsvillo JU?T. S. Evans, Bonnottsvillo VV. L. Kinney, Brownsville W. W. Bruce, lied Hill Tho ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 11 May 1906

B?NNBTTSYIL?JB, S. 0. SSV s. A. rmowN & CO. Ojfive on Marion Street Opposite Masonic Hall* ">.i-wy..............? Friday May ll, 1906. Our Toxon Oorvernment. MAYOR-P. A. Hodges Ab OKU M KN -W 1'. Breeden, .fr, C. iS Ohaftin, A. Cl, Sinclair, E. Powers. CLERK I TRKASU UK ft -"Milton Mc Lauvin. Office open dally, Poi.tOK-W T Kelly A\ M All ll) 013 Marlboro Oounty Officers, SHERIFF-J. B. Groen CLERK OF CLERK-J. A. Drako JUDOS OF PHODATE--M. MoLaUrin CoRONEa-G. A. McCall ?UPEaviBOR-M. E. Coward SUPT. WDUOATION-W. L. Stanton TREASUHEB-J. H. Thomas AUDITOR-Chas, I. Shorrill. SBNATOH-Jo*hua II. Hudson, REP a ESK S r ATI v BS-D. 1). MoColl, Jr. W. W. Bruce, J. P. Gibson MAGNATES-C. D. Eastorling, T. L. Crosland, Bonueitsvillo, ll. L. MoLaurin, MoOoll John A. Calhoun. Clio. W. J. Atkiuaon, Blonhoim, T, P. Stubbs, Brightavillo, W. W. Irby, Smithville ^ Bennettsvillc Chtirch Directory METHODIST- T. E. Mourns, P. 0. 8unday school IO <)0 a- m. Proaohing ai 11.00 a. ni, and 8.30 p.m. Pr...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 11 May 1906

NEGRO AT HOME. A Reflex Light from Africa as Sees by a BrJSTON GENTLEMAN, . Who Pormcrl? Held to View that the Negro Was the Natural Equcl of the White Man But Who - Has Now Modified Hie Views. The following extract! aro fro-? a remarkable article in the Century Magazlao for Miy by Charles Frauds Adams, Mr. Adams ls well and favor? ably known as holding oonsorvatlvo views on many questions alf doting the South. Ills opinions of the negro and of the future of the negro raoo which have been, pcrforoo, readjusted after a oloser contact with tho black man In his home &nd at his best, aro slgul M? floant as showing thc tondsaov fco w fuller knowlodgo of tho raoo and a truer appreciation of its possibili ties. Tho article should bo widely read, marked, and digested. ?LACK A KKK! A. As to Omdurman (this namo ls pro nounced with the actont on the last syllable: tho town is only six miles from K iartum) tho morning (Febru ary Uti ) spent thero proved most in tcresting aud slngulary sugge...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 18 May 1906

The Marlbor "DO THOU, GB3AT LIBBUTT, U^PxaS OUR SOULS AKL MAXS OUR LIVES IN TUT FOS?ESSION HATTY OR OCR DSATHS GLOTU0T73 ?3? TEY O??SE.? VOL.Y5?XI. BENNETTS VILLE, S. C., FRIDAY. MA^ 18, 1906. NO. '21. SILVER SERVICE Presented lo Governor Hey ward By His MILITARY STAFF. Tbs Presentation Cummiitee Surprls<d the Governor end Cap urcd 1 The Mansion.'' Speech of Presenta tion Made by CUM. Frost For Comnifttee. The State says Gov. Heyward was pleasantly surprised Wednesday night by a visit from a committee, rcpre gentlug his staff, which presented to bim a very handsome silver servloc of five pieces. The members of the staff took ocoasion to e di when i J was known that Gov. Hey wai d wcu'.d bt at the mansion on a business engage ment, and the entire visit was a great surprise to his exoollenoy. The object of tho visit of so mau) militia < Ulcers In uniform was some what of puzzle to Gov. Hey ward at first until the large case containing the silver service was taken Into tin drawin...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 18 May 1906

A. DROWN - - - Editor Friday May 18, 1906. g.L.uiuj-_'..i", mm -. ? {Subscription Prices Ono year.,.$ 1.00 six months. .so Throo mouths.25 THE SUNDAY SCHOOL CONFERENCE. Mount y Bpot Chu rob, Mny llth-12th, 1000. Xjiirgo Attondanoo~Oood 'X'nlks-Bwoot Muslo-Unbouuded Hospitality. Tho oightoonth annual confer ence of tho Methodist Suuday .School workors of Marlboro was hold on Friday and Saturday last, May llth and 12th, at Beauty Spot church-tho mother church of Methodism iu Marlboro county. Mr. Charlie T. Hamer in behalf of Beauty Spot welcomed .tho Cou feronco, which was eloquently and heartily responded to l>y tho pro siding oflicor, Bro. J. F. Eyorott, ou behalf o? tho conference. The attendance both days waa unusually largo, and the interest manifested scorned to inspire tho spoakors with lifo and vim. Tho weather was all that could have boen desired, aud contributed no little to its success. Revs. Shulor, Morris, Dunlap, -Martin, Everett woro with us on Friday and Revs. Morri...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 18 May 1906

BENNETTSYILLE, S, 0. HY S. A. ??l?OWS & CO. Office on Marion Street OpposiU Masoni o Hall. ?.?..?..>...?..>..?..>..... ?.??.>".<.?.>?. Friday May 10, 1906. Our Town Gorvernment. MAYOR -P. A. Hodges Al.or.RMKN-W 1?. Brood en,.Jr, C. S Chaffin, A. 0. Sinclair, E. Powers. CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc Laurin. Ollice open daily. POLIOB-W T Kelly, WM Atkinson Marlboro County Officers. BURRttfF--J? B. Oreen CLERIC ot' CLERK-J. A. Druko JUDOK ov PROBATE-M. MoLaurin CORON Ka-G. A. MoColl SUPERVISOR-M. B. Coward SUPT. WDUCATION- \Y. L, Stanton TREASURER-J. H. Thomas AUDITOR-Oha?. I. Shoirill. SENATOR-Joihnu H. Hudson, R-BPRE-?KNPATIVE3-I). D Mot'oil, Jr. W. W. Bruce, J. P. Gibson M uns t'Ai K3- 0. I). Eisterlirig, T. L. Crosland, Bonne'tsvillu, ll. L. Mcbuurin, MoUoll John A. Calhoun. Clio, W. J. Atkinson, Rlouhoim, T. P. Stubbs, Brightsvdlo, . W. W. Irby, Smithville. Bennetts ville Church Directory METHODIST-T. E. MORRIS. P. C. Sunday sohool 10 00 a- m. Preaching ut ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 18 May 1906

GHOST STORY. Man Appears Mysteriously in His Sweetheart's Photograph. HAS DAtiGKKIN HAND. Threatening Her Life Apparently, it so Frightens Thc Young Lady That She Breaks Her Engagrnrnt, and the Young Alan lo Aluch Won lc d. A lotter from Lo don, Eng. says one if the woldest phenomena iu the history of photography has caused Miss Glady's Manning, a beautiful Southampton girl, to break her en gagement with Lie ut. Gordon Wa ters, now on service Inindia. Ia every one of a di z n photographs the camera revealed a ghostly tlguro with dagger lo hand hovering over her. She recognized the UK ure as her flanoo and Immediately broke thc en gagement, believing that it waa 8 warning of what would Ifppcr should she beoomj his bruie. Tho oourso of true love ran smooth for this cou ph; until Lieutenan t Wat? ors was called to India. Ile expected to return to return to E ?gland on a furlough In a year and take his bridt baok to India with him for tho re mat udor of his sor v leo. Loiters were (xoha...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 1 June 1906

I fio "DO THOU, QBKAT LIBHHTY, UJsnBJt 0U8 ?001-9 LSD MAKE OOB LIVES IN MIT POSSESSION HAPPY CE OOB JDJ&ATI13 GLORIOUS I? THY UAUSB." Y0Ii.)SXI. BENNETTS VILLE, 8. C., FRIDAY, J tl NE 1, 1800. NO. i?8 Mr. Lyon Says Major Black Threatened To Kill Him. M J, BLACK'S SIDE. lie Sa; s Lyon Io Mad Because Ile Is Not Allowed to Run the Dhpcnsary and Is Tn lug to Dam Ills Private Character B y Unlalr Means and Methods, There was quite a sensation lu Go J lumbla on Friday morning when li beoame knowu that Mr. Lyon, a mem ber ot tho legislativo dlspeusary In vestlgatlng committee, had stated t< the full committee that MnjM B ack, a member of the State Hoard of Con trol, had that morning used ver j violent language towards him, anc theu KUI ding i IT tblrgs by telling him that be "l ad a ? otb n thou am there to shoot" him atd "blow him up" on the spot. We publish whai Mr. Lyon a?ys below. We also give M: J ir Black's version who makes home damaging statement.1 about Mr. Lyon's nosing ab...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 1 June 1906

1 ne Marlboro Democr 'tr "DO THOU, OBBAT MBBRTY, JJJ8PIBS 0UB 9QVM ?JSD MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY FOB8BS8ION HAPPY OB OOH DJB?TH9 0L0BIOUS IN THY OAUSB." ? .... i ' ac ' ? ? ? ?. .HIL . , , ,.-1?-.--. . .. VOL.KXI. BENNETTS VILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, J#NE 1, 1008. NO. m Air. Lyon Says Major Black Threatened To Kill Him. M J, BLACK'S S1DF. He Sa; s Lyon lb Alad Because lie Is Not Allowed to Run Hie Dispensary and Ss Tr, lng to Dam III? Private Character B y Unfair Means and Methods, There was quite a sensation in Go lumbla on Friday morning when li beoame known that Mr. Lyon, a mom ber of the legislative dispensary in vestlgatlng committee, had stated t< the full committee that Mejor Hack, a member of thc State Hoard of Con trol, had that morning used ver j violent language towards him, ant theu n ur.ding i ?T tb lr gs by telling him that he "l ad a roth n thou auc there to shoot" him ai.d "blow him up" on the Bpot. We publish what Mr. Lyon sayB below. We also give Mr J ir Black's version ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 1 June 1906

y irJ_^ ? _^ "J^* "'-' TI ?. .-n rn tu t?. A. nnowN - - - l'uutof Friday June 1, 1906, ( fSuDfiprfptlon l'rlcei Ono your.,.$ 1.00 Six months.50 Throo months.25 '"? 1." 1 ?H!.' ! " ?' li11.1 , P&N AND SCISSOROJIAPHS Sovon jiersons were killed in n cloudburst in Novuduon tho 29th. . The State campaign party will got. to Bonnottsvillo on tho 25th of July. Columbia wonts to put all wiros under ground. It ought to bc done ovory whore. While the Beef Trust is under lire that "horse" business should receive attention. Tho State campaign starts at S? George, on tho tilth with enough candidates to occupy six hours. Mouth Carolina losos a graud .old niau in thu death ot' Hon. J. K. Tindol at Columbia on the 24th. He foll from a stroet car. ?Sonntor Tillman hus boon homo nt Trenton lor a short soason of ooodod rost after tho recout vory Htreuuouij light over tho railroad . Talo bill. aloro limn lilly earthquake shooks wore folt. Saturday in the mining logions of Michigan. Boil Klings rocko...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 1 June 1906

BENNETTS VILLE, S. 0. I*V H. A. ??tOWK A ?0. Qj?oo on Marlon S??>eet Qinw&ite Masonic Hall. ?><.'%....".'..<....>...............,...>.........,.............. Friday Juuo 1, 1906. Our Town Oorvcrnment. LMAYOU-P. A. Hodges ALDERMEN-W P. Breeden, Jr, 0. 8 Chaffin, A. G. Sinclair, E. Powers. Ci.KU ic & TREASURER-Milton Mc Laurie. Office open daily. P0LIOK7-W T Kelly, WM Atkiuson Marlboro Oounty Officers. BUBRIFF-J. B. Oroea CLERK OF CLERK-J. A. Drako JUDGE OF PROWAXK- -M. MoLaurin CoKONEu-C. A, McCall SUPERVISOR-M. E. Coward SUPT. EDUCATION-W. L, Stanton TREASURER-J. H, Thomas AUDITOR-Chas. L. Shorrill. SENATOR-Jovhua ll. Hudson. H-EPRE^KN VATIVES-0, 1). MoColl, Jr. . W. Bruoo, J. P. Gibson M AGIS TA I ES-C. 1). Eastorllng, T. L. Crosland, Bonuettsvillc, II. L. MoLaurin, MoColl John A. Calhoun. Olio, W. J. Atkinson, Monheim, T, P. Stubbs, Brightsvillo, g>W. W. Irby, Smithville. ' liennettsville Church Directory METHODIST-T. E. MORRIS, P. C. Sunday sohool 10 ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 1 June 1906

A GOOD WORD Prom a South Carolina College Professor for the STATE DISPENSARY. He Says No Student Has "Been Up" for Intoxication Since the Dispen sary Began Contrast With Con" dillons Under Barrooms. hlfeet Beneficial. The Columbia Ko cord says at one time the sentiment of Illohland ci nin ty and especially Columbia was over whelmingly against the dispensary, but year by year thoro has been a steady ohange until now few people doubt that a majority ot the people of Columbia as well as of Richland coun ty favor the dispensary. This was evidenoed by this county's eleotion of delegates to tho state I)?mooratic con vention. This chango of sentiment has been brought about gradually by a growing conviction that conditions in this town as far as sobriety ls oon corned have been greatly Improved by the operation of tho dispensary system Not only is lt true that those who had already acquired the drink habit drink less than they did lu the old barroom days, but lt ls also true that those who ...

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