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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 January 1907

Friday January^, 190?, I. HltQWN - - . ISditar 18?bierl?tto? Vilft Oho year.f 1.00 Six: months. ,60 TKroo months. ,26 '._._1. ?EN AND sciaaonanAPHs .- __-___ Bishop W. W. Dunoau Hos very 111 f'oui a relapse. The Ohio river ie causing j trouble in Ohio and Kent?oky i i oin heavy rains, melted snow. Thc manufacturo of cane syrup in Louisiana has been declared in violation ot tho pure food law. ' Mr. P. A. Brunson, one of the I ol dust and most esteemed citi zens of Florence, died on the 21sl. Hamlet, N. C., had a $75, 000 tire Tuesday alternoon, caused by fire in the woods near| by. B. ll. Tillman has been elected for another six years-Rev. C. (32, Mann, was the only man in the House who voted against | him. Mr. Brantly has a bill up to eel I . the state farms. Kill it Leg islators, kill it dead. Go visit thc farms, and you will be proud to know t!:at tho stato owns suoh property.-Sumter Herald ^ An exchange gives this human biography: Born, welcomed, car essed, cried, fed, grow, amus...

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. — 25 January 1907

!i!K MAR?RfiRO ppwnr?AT uni uinuLuuiiu winvviuij BBNNBTTSyiLLB, S. 0, UV ?. A. II1U?WN A ?o. Ojjioe on Marion Street Opposite Masonic Malt, Friday January 26, 1907. ' fi Our Town Government, MAYOR-P. A. Hodges ALDERMEN-W P. Breeden, Jr, C. 8 OhaflinVA. G. Sinclair, E. Powers. ?' i.?RK Sc TREASURER-Milton Mc Lau rio. Office open daily. POLIOS-W T Kelly, WM Atkinson io? 1 i----- agaa Marlboro County Officers. WllBRIES1-J? B. Oreen t.K.uic OE CouiiT-J. A. Drako ?1UD.UK or P110UATB--M. MoLaurin CORONER-G. A, MoOall tyiPEUVlsoit-Frank Mancini?, Jr. SUM. EDUCATION-A. L. Kasterling TKIBASOKKB-N. B. Rogers 1 ?'i'OR-Jamos P. Campbell SvrUTOtt- Tho*. I. Rogers HFL. ORES KN r ATI VES-1). D. MuColl, Jr. O i Lane, J. P. Gibson V>. uib-.-vfiS-?- D. Eastorling, and J \i , LeGrand, Bonnottavillo, U. L. MoLaurin, MoColl ' ihn A. Calhoun. Clio, "Vt. J. Atkinson, Blouhoim, T. P. Btubbs, BrightBvillc, W. W. Irby, Smithville. fi v nettsville Church Directory MK uoDiST-M. W. HOOK. P.O. ;'., ti . y soh...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 January 1907

i??? MARLBORO MMOCR?T BBN1TETTSV?LLB, S. 0. BVS.A.IIHOWN&CO. WH oe oil HaHon Street Opposite Ara.tonio Hall, ?., .. ...?-.?.>?.<..??....,....?....<..<........,.?..?....<?...,? Friday January 26, 1907. Our Town Government, MAYOR-P. A. Hodges ALDERMEN-W P. Breeden, Jr, 0,8 Chaffin,'A. G..Sinclair, E. Powers. CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc? i Laurin, Office open daily. POLICE-W T Kelly, WM Atkinson to W*H>,'MM**''"*,','''',,**,"*'I*M*IMMKIM,",**MM*','*'',*'''''M"* Marlboro (Jaunty Officers. MIIKBIVE-J. B. Oroon ; '.Kine OK COURT-J. A. Drake J ?un-: OF PROBATE--M. MoLaurin CORONER-G. A. MoCall ywpBRViaoR-Frank Manning, Jr. 8UPI. EDUCATION-A. L. Kaatorliog TMSASUUBR-N. B. Honors i ii'OR-Junios P, Campbell t? ,'iATOii-Tho?. I, Rivets HoftiWBNTATIVBS-I). D. MoColl, Jr. 0 J Luno, J. P. Gibson V?. ?J?S...?ES-C. D. Easlorling, and J. U. LcGruud, Bonnettsvillo, U ii. MoLaurin, MoColl ' ihn A. Calhoun. Clio, Vf. J. Atkinsou, Blenheim, T, P. Stubbs, Brightavillo, Vf' YV. I...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 January 1907

?io? IVIC??M?C 1 ' *- ; M (j&V; M?U'Un P. Anse! to.'M?e I State Legislature, Should be Abolhrnsd ia Obedience to the Will ol ile People, He Say?. Dla CUB8CB a Number ol Other Questions ol Inter* est to the People. (3 over nor Ansel's Inaugural address io tb? Gone ral Assembly last week was aa follows: Gentlemen of thc G ?moral Assembly and My Follow Citizens: In obedloi.od to tho will of the peo plo of ?bi i state, as expressed at the ballot box, I am bote to-day to ta* tbe solemn oatb of ortioe as governor ol South Carolina, and to assume tbe dutlOB of this high and responsible position. I am deeply grateful to the people for this manifestation of their oonfl denoo, and when I survey the vast responsibilities and duties oonneotcd with the samo, I realize deeply my lo s ability to fully meet them. Fee lp// however, that 1 shall have ye ur full co operation and support, and relying upon.your help at all times, I assum these duties and r,spr.nBlbtl1tlfs promising to give to them m...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 January 1907

? (IQV. mart??i T. Ansei to.-?he State L?gislature, S?iTE DI'- PKNBAKY Should be Abolished lo Obedience to the Will of thc People, He Say?. Die cusses a Number of Othtr Questions of Inter est to the People. Governor Ansel's Inaugural address io the General Assembly last week was as follows: Gentlemen of tho G moral Assembly and My Follow Citizens: In obedlei.oa to tho will ot tho peo ple of thh h hi to. as expressed at the ballot box, 1 am bote to-day to take the solemn oath ot office as governor ot South Carolin?:., and to assumo tho dutton of this high and responsible position. I am deeply grateful to the people for this manifestation of their oonfl* dence, and when I survey tho vast responsibilities and duties connect o i< with the samo, I realizo deeply my In ability to fully meet them. Feebly however, that 1 shall havo ye ur full oo operation and support, and relying Upon.your help at all times, I assume these duties and rcKpinsibtlltltSi promising to give.to thom my;..bcJia...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 1 February 1907

?SO TH, OB?AT MBMTT, JMPIB? OOH ?OWLS AJTD MAMOOS ?VE? lit THT ?0 VOL. XXX 1\ BBNNETTSVIIXE. S. O., FRIDA* . J AN tTAR Y ll. 1907. ?B?8I0N HAVPT OB OVB DflATHB GLOBIOU? IV THT CAUSB." Thc House of Representatives Has Repealed Ii. ^MO LONGBB NEEDED. Having Sctved Ks Purpose, But Now Said tc be Siandlrn? In the Way of thc ludencndencc of the Parin* ers and laborers of thc State. Tho House of Representatives in Columbia Thursday did not consider many hills, but thc members voted out a law.that has been on tho stat ute books for many years by a deda Ive majority. Arguments extouding over three hours on the propc sltiou to ropealthe Hen law took up the time of the mm.ib.un and attraoicd goncral attention from sonators and tiiose in tho galleries. Year after yea? an ef fort han been made to ropeal tito loin law. lt has beon defoatod lu clthor ono brandi er tho ctlior of tho gener al assembly but the friend? of the measure bolle ve that lt will pass this year. Tho volo in the houae to past...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 1 February 1907

.mn nilli it nniiA^iy imi Friday february 1, 1907, ---r~,v~j; M lim. i'j?lfU0WN * - - ""??lori |8atflcrl?tUa Frleot One year.......$1.00 ?ix months.60 Three months.25 PBX AND aazssoRanJLPaa February 17th is the chinaman's! now year. Another severe earthquake was felt in Jamaica Monday. Another big piokle factory Iel soon to be established in Char leston. It will employ 300 m m. Dr.Bartow B. Breeden, forraor Jy of our town but now of Sumter, | is a candidate for Probate Judge of that county. The fifth annual meeting of the South Carolina Livestock Association wijl be held in Col nmbia on February 7 and 8. Wo prediot that tho repeal of the Lien Law will do more harm than many think, in attempting .to force the poor man to work for Wagoe lo support his family. One year will prove it. The Andorson Mail says "Wei know the dispensary had friends j but we had no idea it had rela tives." To whioh tho Edgefteld Adver tiser replies with "Where is tho dispensary's "Daddy"? Has he| forsaken his...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 1 February 1907

BENNBTT?YILLB, S. O, ? Y 8. A, MttOWN A CO. Office on Marion Street Opposite Masonic Hall* Friday February 1, 1907. Our Town Government. MAYO?...p A, Hodges 41 AW>RMMKNWP. Breeden, Jr, 0. 8 ^Jhattui, A, Q. Sinclair, E.Powers. CLERK & TlU?ASURER-MUtCR Mc Ijnriu, Office >pen daily, |.VL!OK- W T Kelly, WM Alklosoo M. ri bor < County O fleer e. 'il tuttiT -?1 . IS. Groen 0 lt's ag on -riiT-J. A. Drake iii oo/ or P.-umATK-M. MoLaurio Conon Ka- ?, \. McCall SuPKttV . 'rank Manntet, Jr. 3ni?i, li . i 0 v : OM-A. L. Eaeterliog l'h te A su ti KU-N. B. Hogers Ali?, ?VOR-Jamos P. Campbell 8?NAXOR--Thoa. I. ltogora .IKPRKSBNTATIVKS-U. D. MoColl, Jr. J J. Lauo, J. P. Gibaon >W-.?U?.*?*8-C. D. Kastorliug, and V?. LcGrand, Bonnettaville, ll. L. MoLaurin, MoColl John A. Calhoun. Olio. Jr. J.'Atkinson, Blonhoim, . P. Stubbs, BrightaviMo. W. W. Irby, Smithville. " *?tnnett?ville Church Directory .dmiomsT-M. W. HOOK. P. C. S . uday aohool 4 00 p- m. Preaching at . 00 a. rn, and 7.30 p....

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 1 February 1907

BENlNffiTTSVILLB, S. 0. BY?. A. BRO WW A CO* 0?tc# OM Marion Street Opposite Manon io Hail? Friday February 1, 1907. Oar i<W?t Government, M A Yoi*. P A. Hodges M m y .-AKNWp. Breeden, Jr, 0. 8 ~ i iUiu, \, ij}. sinclair, E. Powers. CLRRK ?te I'.ASURKR-Milton Mc? (utrlu, OiHco open dally. I^OMOK- W T Kelly, WM Atkinson ,% 1 * * ' ** ^SSS??BSSBBS??BSSB???????SB????? ?farlborc Oounty Officers. ?il tutti ir - . . \i, Orooo ' -1 R ic O? \.i RT-J. A. Drake JuDUr Ol' 'MOUATB-M. MoLaurio OonOM en V. McCall SupuaVi iou- :?"raok Manning, Jr. Si i i. K > OVATION-A. L. Basterling ibkAbuuKK-M. B. Rogers AbnA'OR-James P. Campbell SRNAIOR-Thos. I. Rogar* .lavftKHSKVATiVKH-U. U. MoColl, Jr. J J. J.?.om, J. P. QibsoD Bfe>t.;:uib....<a-C. D. Baaterliug, ead W v>. Lc (?rand, Bennettsville, ll. L. MeLaurin, MeOoll John A. Calhoun. Clio. ST. J. Atkinson, Blonhoim, ; P. Stubbs, BrightBvillo. W. W. Irby, Smithville. ^ Miijj.'.-jamMi i! inman i -s-? II I emeett?ville Church Directory J VIBT...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 1 February 1907

Senator Tillmao Acquits Himself I! More Creditably Than EVer. -\ BKFKNDS L?NOHIN? For toe One Nameless Crime, and Draws a Most Pathetic Picture of Con ditions as They Exist In South Carolina To-day. Never si nco he became a ?nc in ber ot the upper branch of the National Leg islature has Senator Tillman acquit led himself more admirably and cred itably than he did Monday lu his speeob on the Brownsville tragedy, says the '"ashing ton correr pondon ii of Ibo Nev.s and Courier. Encompassed by a ll \ lng wall of humanity on the floor ot the Senate obamber, while overhead In the galleries aero packed eager and interostod Americans of both sides and colors, fur more than two hours the South Carolinian held his audience spellbound by his elo quence and oratory. The correspondent then goos on to say that he never appcarod to better advArtajo, and, departing from his usual CUB tom Of tx tom port, noons speaking, he had fortlllod bimsolf with Carefully prepared and studied manuscript. However...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 8 February 1907

?DO TH, ?HEAT MBEttTr, INFIB? OUR SOULS AND ??"""VB XN THY K,SS,?s,0,N H A ..PF^JTD?ATHB GLOBIOUB VOL. XXXIJ BENNETTSVltiIiE S. 0, ?BI0AY. ?? IOBR?AIIY 8. I?K??. NO. 6. ?SO TH, OB?AT MBMTT, JMPIB? OOH ?OWLS AJTD MAMOOS ?VE? lit THT ?0 VOL. XXX 1\ BBNNETTSVIIXE. S. O., FRIDA* . J AN tTAR Y ll. 1907. ?B?8I0N HAVPT OB OVB DflATHB GLOBIOU? IV THT CAUSB." ono? for all the dispensary iltuation In Dian brauch of tho gouoral asiera i>ly. Mr. ? .okor moved to table the Ulohards bill whloh had the support of the dispenser? aide. Again an aye and nay vote was taken and attain the house voted down the dispensary. The necessary ollnoher was attached. The votes of the members on the dif ferent questions are recorded in an otbor ooiumn. BJ* WA Kl) OFJMSRED, I'ooplo ot Bprlngilold Want to Catoh tho Incendiary. The reward of Gov, Ansel of $300 for the tu-vent and conviction of the psrty.or parties who burned the house of Mr. L. E. Phillipson Jan. 29 at Springfield, has been supplomented by a rewa...

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 February 1907

"AHA ?\niiAnn ?ml Ililli tl l?tllHIH.K A I I ""1% v ?* ?JIU v vju s 1.1 February 8, 1907. w-ii-i_UUJIU'J IFiV - - - Editor ISabacrlptlon lfrlo?! Oneyear..,$1.00 Six months. .60 ^ree months. ,$5 'I?^JI?J.-j-!_Li_ ?? J_ia_;,V Mir AND soiaaoncmAPM? Tho Jamestown Exposition will open in April. Cow peas are selling at $2.50 per bushol in Monroe, N. O., and are ooaree at that price. Kev. Robert Reid, 86 years old Sresident of Reidsville Female ollege died on the 3d. 'Blizzard weather bas been sweeping the Atlantic Coast this week causing great Buttering. The flood in tho Mississippi | river is sausing conaderable .dam age to farmers and traffic. Mr. W. P. Fifo, for many years j a: noted evangelist of North Caro lina, but rocently a stook broker j in St. Louis, died suddenly on Sunday January 28th. Ho wan I said to bo worth $350.000. Sayo an old adago: "Honesty is they best policy." Sure. It insures an individual against exposure; trial, imprisonment and service in the chaingaug or the pen...

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 February 1907

BBNNETTSYILLE, B. 0. MV g. A. RBOWN A CO. OjHod on Marton Street Opposite \ Masonic Matt, Friday February 8, 10?7. ?---i-r Our Town Government. MAYOR-P. A. Hodges , ALDERMEN -W P. Breeden, Jr, 0. SI ? Chaffin, A. G. Sinclair, E. Powers. CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc Laudn. Office open daily. P0Lt0E-W T Kelly, WM Atkinson Marlboro Oounty Offloere, SHERIFF-J. B. Oreon OiiSRK OF COURT-J. A. Drake JUDOS OF PROBATB-M. MoLaurin OORONER-G. A. MoCall SUPBUVIBOR-Frank Manning, Jr. SUFI. EDUCATION-A, L. Kasterling TREASURER-N. B. Bogors Aoi-i-roR-James P. Campbell . SaNvrou-Thoa. I. Hogers UBPRKSKNTATIVKS-D. t>. MoColl, Jr. J J. Lane, J. P. Gibson M..ulK...?E8-C. D. Eantorling, and j J. V?. LoGrand, Bonnettavillo, U. L. MoLaurin, MoColl John A. Calhoun. Clio. W. J. Atkinson, Blonde im, T. P. 8tubbs, Brightsville, W, W. Irby, Smithville. K JSennettsville Churoh Directory METHODIBT-M. W. HOOK, P. C. Sunday school 4 00 p. m. Proaohing at 11.00 a. m. and 7.30 p.m. Prayer moot ing Wednesday e...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 8 February 1907

COTTON. XXON ASSOCIATION KIO AOHAKTUU And Institute Ware Houses, Which J Will ?nable Every Man to j ' Hold His Cotton. "Mt. 10. D. Smith, president ot the South Carolina Cotton Growers' Asso elation, thinks the reoont Blrmlng ham Con vontlon was the rest yet held by the Southern Cotton Assoola Mon, Indeed, ht ls enthusiastic over the work accomplished and the plans outlined there, which he regards as ot tho greatest importance 'One ot the greatest drawbacks un der whtoh the organization has be?n working," he says, "was that under our presen!? plan Che mau outside of the organizion ready got more bete fit from tho efforts and saorlttoe ot the mon inside than the men inside gol themselves. We also recopn'ze that? tho cotton that burt the market wa the oototon encumbered with debt, whioh had to be sold regardless o' what tho pr.ee was, to mees deb a that was upon it. Now, the question wts how oould we devise a plan by whloh we oould offer speoial inducements to the owners and growers o...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 15 March 1907

HUM! l|W|3Bg?m VOL XXXl| "DO TH, GREAT LIBERTY, IN PI UK OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY 0AU8B." ==3 f%AI B*fc t"\ ? I ?Mua--. -- -- BENNETTSVILLE, 8. C., FRIDAYj MARCH 15, 1907. OULU DAU Mt AI. Charleston Man Accused of Vio lating the Law. HAD MEATS SHIPPED To Him Under NomoH of "Soap Gretwio" ?nd "Hop; Tallow*' Bo AH Ho Oould Fool The Department of Agriculture, Which Caught On To the Trick tuid Gave Him Homo Plain T?lk. A letter from Washington snyB John F. Worner, of Churle.ston, IH likely to get Into serious trouble With tho government ovor the mont inspection law unless ho compilo? nt ouco with tho requirements of Sec retary Wilson. For Bomotime Werner lins boon in correapondonco with tho secretary of agriculture concerning tho ship ment of moat in Interstate commerce This correspondence began lust fall. Roferlng to this correspondence, the la?t lottor of Secretary Wilson Issued. Thuriulay to Werner, which explains fully the en...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 15 March 1907

? ML JR JVlar ."DOTH, GREAT LIBERTY, INPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR L1VE3 IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." ""**".* ' l-'-r" ? VOL XXXl| DENNETTS VILLE, S. C., FRIDAY* MARCH 15, 1907. NO ll. SOLD BAD MEAT Charleston Man Accused of Vio lating the Law. HAD MEATS SHIPPED To Him Under Namer* of "Sonp Greiwe" ?nd "Ho? Tallow" Ho AH Ho Oould Fool Tho Department of Agriculture, Which Caught On To the Trick and Guvo Him ?onie Plain Talk. A lotter from Washington says John F. Worner, of Charleston, IH likely to get Into serious trouble with tho government ovor the moat inspection luw unloss ho compiles at once with tho requirements of Sec retary Wilson. For Bomotime Werner has boon lr correspondence with tho secretary of agriculture concerning tho ship ment of meat In Interstate commerce This correspondence began luBt foll. Roferlng to this correspondence, tho laBt lotter of Secretary Wilson teemed. Thursduy to Worner, which explains fully tho caso ls as follows: "...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 15 March 1907

^^'^I^yuroli lo, 1907, ft. 4. BROWN - - - Editor RBubccrlptlon Priest One year.$ 1.00 Six months.50 Three months.25 PEN AND SCISSORCHtAPHS John Spark's Show was at Greenwood Wodnesday. Spartauburg is preparing for the big festival next month. Senator Pugh of Alabama diod Saturday night Maroh 9th. Tho Woodmon of tho World are having a big time io Columbia this week. Elijah Dowie, tho famous Zion city "Prophet," died ou tho 9th after a long illnoss. Senator Tillman lectured iu the opera house in Hooky Mount, North Carolina last night. A sorious tiro visited Charles? ton's water front Saurday and dostroyed property valuod at $75, 000. Tho State convention of tho Epworth Loague is to be hold in tho Methodist church in Bamberg April 13th and 14th. It is all right for a lawyer to know the law, but his legal educa* tion is . neglected if ho doesn't also know the loop holes of the law. Wil Star. Tho post Boa8on a Texas negro cleared $1,500 on a 50-acro farm. He is always too busy to atop lo...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 15 March 1907

BY ?. A. ?BOWK A CO. Office on Marion Street Opposite Masonic Stull. Friday Maroh 16, 1907. Our Town Government. MAYOR -P. A. Hodges AI.OKRMKN- - W.P. Breeden, Jr, 0.8 $ Chaffin, A. G. Sinclair, E. Powers, CLERK & TREASURER- Milton Me Laurln. Office open dally. Po Lt OB-W T Kelly, WM Atkinson Marlboro, County Officer*. H II KUI iw.J. B. Green ?JLKrt?C or COURT-J. A. Drake .funuP. OF PROBAT?-M. MoLaurio CORONER-1?. A. McCall ?SUPERVISOR-Frank Manu.nv?, Jr. 8UPI. KDUOATION-A. L, E ?Sterling TasAftuuBR-N. B. Rogers Au? WOK-James P. Campboll 8*NATOR-Tho?. I. Rogers C .EPRRSKNTATIVKS-D. D. MoColl, Jr. J J. Lano, J. P. Gibson ??---V ,ft?..oib?.:??8-?. D. Kutterling, and i - > 8. J. Mclnuip, Bcnuottuville, T?' U. ??. MoLaurin, MoColl John A. Calhoun. Clio, W. J. AtkioHon, Blouhoim, J. MoB. Hurley, Brightsvillo, VV. W. Irby, Smithville. ft.i linn???.aBgaaMa?eeMaeeMM ^ Bennettsville Church Directory ?.I.....^...?..?..>.....?.|.............^?..H.".."...?.......?.?. METHODIST-M. W. H...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 15 March 1907

PUMPS IN NEW LIFE. Medical Mon ami Other ]*rofos8ton nl Mon Aro Grontly Interested in tho Model of tho Now Machine, For Which tho Invont or Claims Great TJiingH, and Upon Which Ho Has Experimented. Almost sightless and semi-paralyz ed, Prof. George Poe, living the life of a recluse on a backwoods farm in Norfolk county. Va., claims to have salved the problem of raising the dead by means of his "respirator," as he calls the machine which he has invented for the purpose. Tests of it have already been made in tho presence of Norfolk and Portsmouth city* physicians, asphyxiated or smothered dogs and rabbits being the subjects. In each case the ani mal, ufter being pronounced dead by the physicians, was brought back to life oy Prof. Poe's device, and soon afterward was frolicking around in tho full joy of living. \ A ten-year-old boy, Arthur Ostran der, son of the man with whom Prof. Poe Uvea, acted as his eyes and hands in the construction of the machino, which injects the air of life i...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 29 March 1907

"DO TH, GREAT LIBHRTY1, INPIBB OUR SOU LB AND MAUBOUR Ll'/RS IH THY BOSSHSSION HAPPY OB OUB DUATH8 GLORIOUS IH THY 0AU8B." VOL. XXXIj BENNETTSVII/LE, S. C., FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1907. NO. 18. VtRY SAD CASE. Visitor to Charleston Attempts to Kill Self and Wife. S?ID TO BE INSANE. It. Ii. Bonnoitt, of Darlington, Be coming, It Is Supposed, Suddenly insane, Attempts to KUI Himself and When Prevented Shoots Hi* Wife, ft Bride of n Few Mont Iis. To Bo Sent To The Asylum. Becoming is it believed, suddenly insano Thursday afternoon, K. I,. Bonnitt, of Darlington, who was vis iting at the residence Mrs. Laura I<J. Hertz, No. 3*1 Rutledge avenue, Char leston, attempted to kill himself and when his wife, a bride of a few months, endeavored to prevent him from committing the crime, he turn ed savagely upon her and fired bis pistol, inflicting a wound which will in all probobllity, prove fatal. A few moments later Bonnitt at tempted again to committ suicide with a knife, hut was prevented and o...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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