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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 12 October 1906

ine ..DO TH, GREAT LIBHKTY, INPIRK OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN TH Y ifosSESSION HAPPY OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY OAUS^." BENNETTS VILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, C CTOBER 12, 1900. FEARFUL DEATH Of Many Miners in a Coal Mine Which Is Now FIEKC1 LY BURNING. Seventy five Minera Are Onlomb.d by tbe Explosion Ia tbe Minc Which Was Caused by Oas. The Wo men and Children Uurge the Men to Rescue. A dispatob from Bim field, W. VA., says there are sixteen known dead and seventy-five men entombed as a recent of an ? xplcBlon of gas, followed by Ure ? J tho West Fork mine of the Poc\ hontas Collieries company Wodncsdav night. Thursday rosouo parties ou deavored to get to the entombed men, but the her.t ls BO Intense no man ca i get hear them, and the whole mino in Ulled with gai. Women relatives aro orazed by tho knowledge tl at loved ones aro either dead or dying, spur on the reecuorK and beg tote allowed to go in tho mino themselves. Three men wero brought from the bottom of tho shaf where they...

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. — 12 October 1906

ZI 1 - ' n- i;, ?, \ MAI) I lUfillL BENNETTSVJLLE. S, C. v . Friday October 12, 1906, ?. 4. DROWN - - - Z?<?eor (Subscription Prleet Ono year.....^ 1.00 ?ix months.50 Throe months. * 25 PEN AND SCISSOR&RAPSS Snow in Chicago Tuesday. Mrs Jefferson Davis is quite ill in New York. Thoro was frost in tho up coun try Sunday. Jesup, Ga., was swept by firo Monday. Tho business section in ruins. Fonrteeu ships of the Uuited States are now on duty in cuban waters. Two hurricane swept over New Orleans Friday doing groat dam ago. They passed over Mobile, but left destruction in their wako everywhere. Mrs. Margaret S, Harmon, wife of Rev. G. T. Harmon, of the South Carolina conference, <lied suddenly at Williamston October 8th. Sixty negroes are under indict ?nent in Atlauta for tho killing of .the policeman. Sixteen white mon ?rc indictod for hoing in tho mob that killed so many negroes. There is just as much or moro crime committed in tho so-called prohibition counties ns thoro is i...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 12 October 1906

? MARL i nv, IUAHL BENNETTSYILLE, S. ?. MY 8. A. ?KOWK A CO. Ojfloe on Marion Street Opposite Masonic Hall, Friday Ootober 12, 1906. Our Town Gorvernment, t MAYOR-P. A. Hodges ALDERMEN-W P. Breeden, Jr, O. S Chaffin, A. Gr. Sinclair, E. Powers. CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc Laurin, Office open daily, PoLiOE-W T K.dly, WM Atkinson Marlboro Oounty Officers, SUBRIFF-J. B. ?roon CLERK OF Cou UT-J. A. Drako JUDGE OF PRORATE-M. MoLaurin CORONER-C. A. McCall SUPERVISOR-M. E. Coward SUPI. KiOUOATioN-W. L. Stanton * TREASURER-J. H. Thoinns Ao?. ?i'OR-Chas. I. Shorrill. SENATOR-Jo-dmn II. Hudson, KEPRESKNTATIVES-I). D. MoColl, Jr. W. W. Bruoo, J. P. Gibson fVi..,iis^^i?8-C D. Eastorling, and J. Vt. Lc?rund, Benuottsvillo, U. fi. MoLaurin, MoColl John A. Calhoun. Clio, AV. J. Atkinson, Biouhoini, Ti P. Stubbs, Brightsvillo, %?sW. W. Irby, Smithville JSennettsville Church Directory ?VV'.?'u'nM.??.O.OJ'iini'n'li,i?M,?MMM?w,ii'?.n,M,?SlSll , MSTHODTBT-T. E. MORRIS, P. C. Suuday sohool KUM a- in...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 12 October 1906

STORMY TRIP. A Thrilling Story ol a Voyage in a Storm _ \ QkYA UP HOPE ONCH. But Ancinr Held and Schoo nt and Crew at List R, acted n Pott. Wind at Sea Made a Plaything of the Ves sel. The Charleston Post says a letter has been reoolved from J .mes A. Deal, sou of Capt. James O. Dial, a well known pilot, telling of how tho sohoou er Laura P. Anderten, o? whloh he took pins we north, weathered the sovcre storm of a f?w week ago, which brought ?re?t destruction to vesa 1 and oaused loss of rauo'\ Ufo The lettor gives an Idea of the W rifle forci of tho * ind and nea and ao couuiS for the loss of Hu many v^s?els off the North Carolina coast, sevoral ptwhich worein c mpany with th Laura B Audorson, on tho trip up the coast f.om Chalaston. The lc ter is an interesting narrative of atrip, wh'oti wa? O? peolally even?f ul to thc young man, wi o was the guest of Capt. Thomas Hlgvbje on the passage to Now Yurt, wh re be ha" sl>c* enter ed the Paterson Nnutioai College, Laviug ?f.lc;mlui.d...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 16 November 1906

The Marlbor ??IX) TH, GBEAT LIBB?TT, ITSPIBf OUB lO&Li AW? S?AJfE CUB LIVES I? THY P06^JQ??ION HAPPT OB O?B DEATHS GLOBIOU? XV THY OA?MJ. ? YOUfcSXl. BENNETTSV?IXE, S. C., FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 16, 1906. NO. HEARST LOSES * - But Balance of Democratic State Ticket ts Elected. FRAUD IS CHARGED By the Democrats, As the Returns Were Held Back in the Republican Strongholds In the County Districts Poi Some Pur pose Or Oilier. A dispatoh from New York under date of November 6 savs awordlner to Incomplete roturns from ail over thc State received up to 10 30 o'olcok to night, Charles E. Hughes, tho Ropub lioan candidate, has beeu eleotcd gov ernor of the State over William Hau dolph Hearst tho nominee of tho Dom ooratlo party and tho Independence league, by approximately a plurality Of 40,000. Two years ago Gov. Hig gins was elected on tue Republican tlokot by 80,600. There was Homo doubt expresrod to night at to tho fate of the Democratic and Independence league tickets out side of Mr. Hears...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 16 November 1906

m DENNETTSVILLi?? M, (j; ' Friday November 16, 1906. S, A , DUO WIT - - - Editor KHubaorlptlon Price? Ohe year.$1.00 Six mouths.50 Three months.25 NOTICE. Notiert iii hore hy given that (ho regular nnnuul mooting of tho Stockholders ol' tho South Carolina Paoiflo Railway Company will bo hold at tho ofQeo of tho Atlaulie Coast Lino Uailroad Company, in the City of CbarloHton. South Carob aa, on 1 Wcdhosdav, tho 21st day of Novomhor, A. D., 190G. at 1.00 o'olook. P, M T. E. MCCALL. Secretary. SPECIAL CALL MEETING. Friday November 33. Tb ) members and. friends of the Marlboro Cotton Association will meet at Bennottsvillo on Friday tho 23d day of November at ll o'clock. All aro earonostly re quested to attend as business of great importance to all demands our attention. R. M. PEGUES. Prest KoRock' Nov. 12, 1900. Lace Curtains. 50 pairs high grado curtains 1 and 2 pairs ot a kind-$2,00 2.50 and 3.00 crushed price $1.19. Salo starts at 9 o'clock Wednesday morning. C. B Crosland Co. OLIO C...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 16 November 1906

BENNETTST/ILLE, S. 0. BY S. A. imOWN & CO. Ojjioe on Marion Street Opposite Masonic Hall. *...<.< ...,.<.........o,?.?...........?..,....,,>,..,......, Friday November 16, 1906. Ottr 2Toum Gorvernment. MAYOR-P. A. Hodges ALDERMEN-W 1* Breeden. Jr, ?. S Uhaf?in, A. G. Sinclair, E. Powers. CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc Laurin. Office open daily. POLIOS-W T Kelly, WM Atkinson Blankets nt Crushing Inductions 81.25 and 1.50 Blankets crushed to 98c. Crushed price *alo starts Wed nesday, at 9 o'clock. C. B Crosland. Co. SILKS, 60o Silks, suitable for Waists, lin ings or dressing sacks-crushed price 21n. Salo starts Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock. C. B. Crosland Co. 1000 YARDS Sea Island 7c, value crushed salo price 5c. Bale starla Wednesday morning nt 9 o'clock. C. B. Crosland Co Gone to His Reward Toney Brown, a well known and up right colored niau, died at thc honie of his son J. W. Brown, in Adainsvillc, on the 12th. The old man was well cared for by his son who has ma...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 16 November 1906

*_ ?HJK TBOLk&Y MUE PROJECT tf?R BUILDING HUN? DRHUS OP MILES OF ROAD, ffrom I harleston to Augusta, Colum bia and Charlotte Via Crae gc burg. Ur. 0. ll. Vdu fitton, who la devel oping a plan for organizing the South Carolina Fubllo Service Corporation, waa In Charleston recently and gave an in toi view to The Nowa and Cour ier. Mr. Yan fitton In part said: "Engineers in the omploy ot thoHe interested in building tho railroad promoted bv tho South Carolina Pub lic Service ' Corporation have been making investigations through tbo Carolinas for some time. "Tho railroad, as originally plann? ed, was a system of branch lines to connect tho manufacturing towns of the State with Columbi? *, from thence the main Uno would rcroh Savannah vi? Augusta, with a brandi running from Augusta to Orangoburg. After oonsldorablo progress had beon made along theso lines Mr. Lawrenoo M Pinokney llnally suoeeeded ij bringing niifllotent influence to bear, through efforts boro and a visit to New York,...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 23 November 1906

The ITIO t'W)TB,8?l?T UMIBI, IWWBB 0VBI0VUAVO HACHOOS UTH CTTBT ?OWfeMION HAPPT OB OU? ?JB4.THB OIOBIO?? IN THY 0*.UB?." VOL&XI. BHNNBTTSVIIiliB, 8. O., FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 1908. NO.-?T. A BLACK HAND Killed at Rendezvous by An In tended Victim of a VERY BOLD ROBBERY. ft Handed Over Only TweofyElght Dollars Instead of Five Hundred sad then Shoots the Would*Be Robber, Who Dies Later at Ills Home. There are many queerythings hap pening in New York every week, and the following from The American tells j of one of these strange happenings in | that great ol ty; In the centre of tho throng that al t ways swirls in the daytime around Mott and Grand streets, New York, Munztato Legato, identified later by Governor Aorltelll as a member of the "Black Hand," was shot to death | Wednesday by Enrico Revono, of No. 12*7 llcator Btreet, apparently in self defense. In the Mulberry Street Station, Pavone, who had surrendered to Pat rolman Wilson after the latter had threatened to kill him if he...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 23 November 1906

URN NETT? V11 ?LE* S, C. Friday November 23, 1906, 9L?IV* .- i li i. , . .1 *r-m <l. BROWN - - - ISditor (Knbicrlptlon Pricet Ono year.$ 1.00 Six months.?30 Three months.25 SPECIAL CALL M BETING* Friday November 33. Tho mombors and friends of tho Marlboro Cotton Association will moot at Bonnottsvillo on Friday tho 28d day of November at II o'clock. All aro oaronostly re quostod to attend as business ol groat importance to all demands our attention. R. M. PEGUES, Prest Kol lock' Nov. 12, 190(5. CORN AND POTATO CONTEST, It lins been published ??ll over the county that lhere is to he a (Juro and Potato Contest at 12 o'clock in Bon. uettsvillo on the first Monday in De cember; Providing there aro fifty conipolitor8 in ea oh con tout. The premium of len dollars will bc award ed the donor of tho best 100 ears ol com. Five dollars will he awarded lo tho donor of the bi st 100 sweet pota toes. Mr. D. K. Mc?oll will receive tho donations at his office. Ho will mark tho exhibits and keep a...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 23 November 1906

li I i I)?IETTSYILLS, S. 0, Ml Y 8. A. HHOWN & CO. O/iive on Marlon Street Opposite Masonic Hall. Friday November 23, 1906. Our Town Gorvernment. M ?vou-P. A. Hodges A.I.DKR M KN-W P. Breeden, Jr, C. S Chaton, A. CL Sinclair, E. Powers. c:?-KKK & TREASURER-Milton Mc Laurin. Oflice open daily. PoLtOK-\V T Kelly, WM Atkinson Have You Tried It ? There is nothing like hoing sin core, cheerful, conscientious, hon est, industrious and economical but not stingy or inisorly. Koop a stiff upper lip, koop your head lovel, don't fly off the handle, aol upon your honest, con viol ions, and not upon policy, and koop your noso and hp out of other poop Io's business. Hoc your own row with equanimity. ARE YOU a Constitution agent ? Is there a good ono at your Postoilice? j Did l?e over solicit your subscription ?J If your field is not fully OCCUPiEi). write today for an agciicv. Tho best ?imposition ever made to canvassers. .?ive agents wanted allover Carolina. Bubscriptions easy to take, m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 23 November 1906

Some Scathing Comments in the Recent Elections. ANENT C?KTLEYOU. Tho New York Pres? Contrants His Treatment by President Rossevelt With the Defeat of Congress man Babcock bv the Peo ple of His District. It ought not, says the New York Press, to bo necessary to URO a steam drill to drive Into the hoads of Re publ'ORus the lesson taught by tho defeat of Representative Baboook in Wisconsin. The Press thoro goes on to say: In a district which ls normally Re publican by several thousands of votes, and willoh gives a handsome plurality to the victorious, Republi can oandldate for Govornor Babcock has been beaten for ro election. And this despite the fact that he was chairman of the Congress campaign committee, a powerful membor of thc system in the House, and could com mand resources not available to t ho ordinary Congress candidato. B&boook was beaton beoause bo W&H in partnership with tho lifo insurauoo grafters. He took ?2,600 from ?the despollers of the widows' and orphans' v ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 23 November 1906

?1VEN ? RO?S?T ? -- Some Scathing Comments in the Recent Elections. ANENT COBTLEYOIL Hie New York Prese Contrasts His Treatment by President Rossevelt With (he Defeat of Congress* man Babcock bv the Peo ple of His District. It ought not, says the Now York Press, to be necessary to use a steam drill to drive Into the hoads of Bo pubPoans the lesson taught by the defeat of Representative Baboook In Wisconsin. Tho Press thore goes on to say: In a district which is normally Re publican by several thousands of votes, and which gives a handsome plurality to the victorious, Republi can oandidate for Govomor Babcock has been beaton for ro election. And this despite the fact that he was Ohairman of the Congress campaign committee, a powerful member of thc system In the House, and could oom mand resources not available to the ordinary Congress oandidate. Baboook was beaten because ho was in partnership with the lifo insurauoo grafters. He took 82,500 from ?the despollera of the widows' and or...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 30 November 1906

TT?-. M HW 1 U "DO TH, OBBAT UBBBTY, INl'IHK 001ft IOVLI AB? MAXBOUH UVH IV THY POSSESSION HAPPY OB O?B ?BATHS GI.OBIOTJB IN THT OA?M.? VOL??XXI. BBSNNBTTSVIIiLB, S. C., FRIDAY. NOV EMBER SO. 1906. wa WADE HAMPTON. The State Honors Itself by Erect ?HE a Momimeat TO HER HKKOIC SON. Memories of Slxly-Poar and Seventy-Six Revived in the Scenes in Colum bia .Last Week Attending the Unveiling of the Hampton ' Monument. The impressive ceremony of, tho un veiling ot the handsome $30,000 bronze equestrian statue of Gen Wade Hampton, one of the worldV greatest oavalrynan and South Caro lina's greatest st: **snian and mo- * lovable son, oarrled about flfteer thousand people to tho olby of Oe lumbla oh Tuesday of last week. Milty street, beautifully decorate in Confederate oolors, was thronged as ou n bl? day of fair week, sud tl long procesaslon representingthc Cot federate organisations of the Sta.t? the schools and colleges, tbe Nation*; Guard oigsi:!z tiona, the executive. Judicial and leg...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 30 November 1906

; BENN ETT? VI LL 15. B, C. Friday November 30, 1906. ?. ,1. ll HOW N - ? - Editor ?HubKorlptloti rr!e?l One year...f 1.00 81* months.50 Three months.25 SPECIAL CALL MEETING. Monday. December 9. T.hore will bo a Mass Meeting of, all who aro friends of the Marlboro.Cotton Association at Bennottsvillo on the first Monday in December,, at ll o'clock. Prominent speakers will bo in vited to address the moeiiug. AU are oarnostly invited to ho present on this oocaslon. R. M. PEGUES, Prost. Nov. 20, 1900. Judges of Corn & Potato Contest. At a meeting of Marlboro Chap-1 ter, U. D. C., tho following named gentlemen were unanimously elected to serve as judges at tho corn and potato contest to ho decided next | Monday at 12 o'clock at Mr. Math eson^ warohousc : T. S. Evans, E. W. Breeden, Lee Adams, J. W. Crosland, A. G. Sinclair. ON NEXT MONDAY The Corn and Potato Contest ] Hf ill ho decided before the issue of I another papor. Tho committee' Has tried hard to gain the intorest o? the farm...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 30 November 1906

mm An B?ta?ETTSYILLE, 8. 0. ^tjf?i^y^^ -v'^^.s..-H. *VN, A, HttOWN * CO. ???o* O?* J/ur?on ?lree? Opposite Masonic Hall. ??.....'..m.......v.... Pritay November 30, 1906, Our Town Gorvernment, MAVOR-P. A. Hodges ALDERMEN-WP. Breeden, Jr, O, S Chaffin, A. G. Sinclair, E. Powers. CLERK & TREASURER--Milton Mc laurin, Office open dally. POLICE-W T Kelly, WM Atkinson Fearfully Rough Road. ^ Mr. W. T. Fraser, now of Hur tsville, came over by buggy to visit hi? twronts Mr. and Mrs Thomas Fraser. Will sa\s tl o road to Pee Doo bridge through tho swamp is so feaifully cut up with'deep holes, that ho will, to eave his buggy, have to go hack home by way of Choraw-almost 30 milos out of his way. This is too bad that our travel to Society HUPshould be stopped for want| of work on tho road. ARE YOU a Constitution agont ? Is thero a good ono at your Postoflicc? Did he ever solicit your subscription ? If your field it uut fully OCCUPIED. write, today for au agency. The best Eropoeition ever mad...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 30 November 1906

?7._-, BBKNETTSYILLB, S. 0. ilV H. A. ll KOW N A CO. ?fli?it bil Marion Sit ed apposite Masonic Mall, friday November 30, 1906. lil'II I il I ll I . -- Our Town Oorvernment, MAVOK-P. A. Hodges A, M hi UM KN-WP. Breeden, Jr, 0. 8 Chaffin, A. G. Sinclair, E. Powers. Cr,KKK & TREASURER-Milton Mc laurin. Office open daily. POLICE-W T Kelly, WM Atkioson Fearfully Rough Road. > Mr. W. T, Fraser, now of Har tsville, carno over by buggy to visit his parents Mr. and Mr? Thomas Fraser, Will sa}s tte load to Pco Deo bridge through the swamp is so feat fully out up with' doop holes, that he will, to aave his buggy, have to go back homo by way of Choraw-almost 30 milos out of his way. This is too bad that our travel to Society HUI-should be stopped for want of work on tho road. AUE YOU a Constitution agent ? Is there a good oue at yo?r Postoffice? Did he ever solicit your subscription ? If your fiold it uot fully OCCUPIED. write, today for au sgencv. The best proposition ever made to canv...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 30 November 1906

RAOE ISSUE. W? Senator Morgan Would Make lt a Straight Test by a WHITE MAN'd PARTY. Want* the Ihmucracy to Declare in lia Platform That lt Stands tor White Supremacy Alone and He Think? lt Would Win Next Election. "Sewlteil, Tha^ tho D;romette party of the United Stratas id bud hua always been a white man's party." Thia plank, Senator J. hu T. M ,r gan, of Alabama, believes, should te Inserted in the Domooratlo national platform. Ho hello vos further that aome Southern State, through its dele gates, should press this plank bofore the oommlttee on resolutions with the declaration that the delegates will withdraw from the convention in ease lt is not adopted? He would prefer tbat tho declara tion come from a Northern delegation, but if none suoh advance lt he advo cates that la be presented by a South am State. His own State, Alabama, comes finit on the alphabetical hst, and the high regard in which the Senator's views aro held in that State insures that its dolegate to the next Democ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 7 December 1906

/Vii C3L ri ?3 o r ..DO TH, OBMAT UUKTT, 1HI1B? 00? tOBM ATO MAKB00B L1VH IH TBT VOL/QCXI. BH2NNKTT8VIELE, S. C., B-RIDAT? DECEMBER 7, 1906. ION HAM?T OBOtJB DBATH? 0L0BI0?? IM THY OAOiB." NO*?. KILLED IN WRECK President Spencer, of the South ern Railway, and Friend! MKT DEATH ON KAIL. ill? Private Car Wai Dashed Into and j Denellnhed by a Train Tbat Was Foll* wing lt, On Account of the Carelessness ef aa Official. Preaidont Samuel Spenoer, of the Southern railway, and four guests Ju bis private, car were killed In a fright ful wrook on tbat road early Thurs day morning and adczon porsonswero h jured ab Lawyer'*!, VA. With a party ol officials and other guesbs, Mr. Spencer wa? traveling sjuth on a train that left Washington late Wednesday night. They occupied a Bpcolal car on Ibo roar of the train, which, while making a stop for ro paii?, waa crashed into by a passenger train from the vor. TUM DHA.D. President Samuel Spenoer, Wash ington... - Oir?a*. D. Fisher, of Baltimore, Md. ~ -...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 7 December 1906

THKMAMMflMWOAT BENNRTTSVILLB. S, 0. Friday December 7, I9Q8. ff. 4. hfUOWN - - - tZttiior ISubsevl^tlou r?lcoj One year....$1.00 Bix months.60 Three months.25 ttmmmmmKmmmmtmmmmtmmm?mmmmmammmmmmamammmm? The Cotton Association. Thoro will bo a meeting oft ho Marlboro Cotton Association held in tho Court Hruso Deo lt th for the purpose of reorganizing, and reooiving tho reports of the com mittees and tho money collected by them for tho Association. Lot everybody como proparod to pay their subscriptions. That we may eund on to tho State A association tho amount due hom Marlboro. Lot everybody that is interested ?nd are in sympathy with the Association, como out to the moot ing. ft. M. Pegues Pres, O. E. Breeden Seo & Treas. THE FANCY FAIR? The Fancy Fair for tho benefit of the Confederate Monument will be.opened next Weduesday at 7.30 p. m. at Croslaud's Hall. Admis sion lOots, elvi ld vc n octa. A tull attendance is solioitcd. Ladies will find, the opening night of thc Fair especia...

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