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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 29 March 1907

SVlLd?E, S, O'. Laroh 29, 1907. 'V._ll i- - - Editor KSmbaerlftlOK Prleti One year.$1.00 Six months.BO Three months.26 PEN AND scxsaoncmAPsa Tom Harria will hang in Col umbia to-day. The Seaboard has put in a new Iron bridge ovor Pee Deo at Che raw. Tuc famine in China is spread ing and tho government fears an uprising. "Bobo" Cottage, ono of Wof ford Collage's dormitories was de stroyed by Uro Saturday. Rev. John G. Book with of tue S. C , Conference died in Charles ton Monday afternoon. Bullets that fail to po notrate pasto board three inches thick will pase through a five inch plank. Rev. Jas. B. Campbell of tho S C. Conference diod on Tuesday in u hospital at Savannah-aged TO. Miss Lucy Litsy walked into Dr. Wm Linder's office on Mon day, closed the door and shot him dead. She was arrested. Cause unknown. This happoned in tho town of Union. Au indigniuant parent sued the trustees and teacher of an Orange burg school for $500 damago for ullegod cruel whipping of his son. Tho cour...

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. — 29 March 1907

IHR MARI HOHO illili?! BY S. A* HltOWN & GO. Ojfllce on Marton Street Oppositt Masonic Mall, Friday March 29, 1907. Our Town Government. MAYOR-P. A. Hodges AI.DKKMKN-W.P. Breeden, Jr, 0. S ^ Uliaffin, A. G. Sinclair, E. Powers. CLERK SC TREASURER-Milton Mc? I.aurln. Office open daily, POMOE-W T Kelly, WM Atkiosou Marlboro County Officer a. SHERIFF-J. B. Oroon OLBBK OF CouaT-J. A. Drake J un UK OF PUOBATE--M. MoLaurin CORONEa-G A. McCall SUPBKVisoa-Frank Munnin?, dr. SUFI. KDUOATION-A L. Kisterllag TakAsuiiKn-N. B. Boxers Atiwi'ou-James I*. Campbell 8 KN fro a- Tho?. I. Rigor* UBPiiKSKsrATiVES-1>. D .MeColl, Jr. J J. Laue, J. I*. Gibson M. .iih....**-C- I). M'^lerllllE, ?nd 8. J. Melon!*, Bennott.-villo, lt Ls Mftauiiu, M ?Oeil Jubb A. Calhoun. (Min, W. J. Atkinson. Blonheim. J. MoB. Hurley, Nrightsvillo, W. W. Irby, Smithville. B????m,/ II ' j ..j. AiLLM-iLjj' " m. I. -?j Jtcnncttavillc Church Directory ?.?.j...??.'?..>......?.?..??.?..?..?...?....?.....>............?'....

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 29 March 1907

msrnn OPEN. ional Campaign is Begin ning to Thaw Out AND GREAT ISSUES Will Ko Discussed On tho Platform by Thousands of Irntors. Sen ator Tillman Will Ho Prominent Among Them. Some of tho Oth er Speakers on Doth Sides Ave Given Hclow. National political issues will bo discussed to a greater extent the present spring- and summer than they were during- the recent session of congress. This statement may seem odd, but it nevertheless, is true. A change has came over the people of America in the last decade-a change that is particularly noticeable in Washing ton. Years ago, political campaigns were conducted practically through only three or four months, in a pres idential contest, and during only two or three months in a congressional contest. Times have changed and so have political methods. There is no awaiting now for the presidential campaign to begin next spring or summer. It is "on" at the moment. Candidates, in their personality, may not be discussed so much, but issues of the ca...

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

rlbor D ? xin o o OL"! DO Til, 0HEAT LIMSiWY, 1NP1UB OUR SOULS AND MAKE QUI? LIVES IN THY $$jH?t$B.ION HAl'PY OR OUR DEATHS 0LO1U0U8 IN TUY CAUSE." VOL. XXXII BENNETTS VI L% K, g. C., E , APRIL 511907. In Trolley Car Springs As lt Dash es On Its Way CROWD WANTED ROPE To Lynch tho Motorman, Who Snh Ho Knew Not liing of tho Occm ronco Until Hiu Attention Wa Caliea to It by u Merry Crowd o People on Their Way to tho The? tic. Little Fellow Died. They do things in a hurry iu Nev. York. With the body of a Ilvo-yeai old child caught up lu tho spring that had ??rushed it to death a l K. T. ear of thu Lorimer Btreot lin rushed on two Mocks through crow? ed Broadway lu Williamsburg. Not ou? of tho twenty passenger: the conductor or tho motorman wt aware that an acculent had oceurrc and save a low children who hoar tho cry of terror as the little ono wi. draw? benoit h (hu fender, non know ol' the horror. A crowd of men wero crossln Lorimer si rout, at Broadway, con lng from thc Gayoty theatr...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 5 April 1907

SVILLK. S, C. Aprii ?, 19?7. PJT - . . Editor baorlptlOH l'rlooi .11.00 8ix n355?h8rrrr.T.Tvr.';... .50 Three months.25 JPETf ANO SCISSORCfJRAPHS May 7, 8, and 9 are tho dates selected for tho Confederate re union in Columbia. Mr. J. C. Dove, formerly of Dovesville, died of heart failure in Sumter Monday. A severe earthquake occur red in Turkey on Monday and many people killed. The United States now has more than eighty million souls. The cities show the largest growth. The colored man who attem pte 1 au assault on Miss Pittman near Latta has not yet been found. Kev. 0. S. Sholl of the Synod of Tennessee has accopted a call to the Presbyterian church at Florence, aud will take charge tho last of April. Mrs. R. L. Bonnoit of Darling ton, who was shot by her husband in Charleston recently, in a fit of insanity, died Sunday morning, Mr. Bonnoit is in the asylum. Rev. T. P. Baker for several years roctor of St David's church at Oheraw, and his good wife are visiting friends in that town...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 5 April 1907

lllpll! SV?LLE. S, <J. April 6, 1907T & - - - Editor Ibaorlptloa Prl?*t .f 1.00 Six i35?lhrrr:7rr.T;rr;-... .50 Three months.25 PEN AND 8CI8SORGRAPH8 May 7, 8, and 9 are tho dates seleoted for the Confederate re union in Columbia. Mr. J. C. Dove, formerly of Dovesville, died of heart failure in Sumter Monday. A severe earthquake occur red in Turkey on Monday and many people ldlled. Tho United States now has more than eighty million souls. The cities snow the largest growth. The colored man who attem pte.l an assault on Miss Pittman near Latta has not yet been found. Kev. C. S. Sholl of the Synod of '.ronnoonee has accepted a call to tho Prosbytorian church at Floronoe, and will take charge tho last of April. Mrs. Ii. L. Bonnoit of Darling ton, who was shot by her husband in Charleston recently, in a fit of insanity, diod Sunday morning, Mr. Bonnoit is in the asylum. Rev. T. P. Baker for several years rector of St David's churoh at Ohoraw, and his good wifo are visiting friend...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 5 April 1907

rn ia i MARLBORO mm BEMETT8YILLE, S. 0. BY S. A. 1IHOWW A CO. Office on Marion Street Oppoaitt Masonic Hall, ? .....?........?..>.?..?,.,.".,,,, Friday April 5, 1907. Our Town Government, MAYOR-P. A. Hodges m ALDERMEN-W.P. Breeden, Jr, ?. 8 ? Chaffin, A. G. Sinclair, E. Powers. CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc f.auria. Office open dally. POLtOE-W T Kelly. WM Atkinson Marlboro County Officers, BHBRIFK-J. D. Oroou CLBUK or OouiiT-J. A. Drako JODGB OE PROBATE- M. MoLaurin CORONER-G. A. McCall BUPBRVIHOR-Frank Munnin?:, Jr. SUFI. ?DUCATION-A. L. Eistorliog TafcAbuuBR-N. B. Roj-or* An. ?von-James P. Campbell SRNATOU-Thov. I. Rogers UBPaKSKMrATiVKH-1>. D. MoColl, Jr. J J. Lane, J. P. Gibeon to. ois....-ss-0. D. BSwterling, and 8. J. Mdums, Bcnncttsvillo, il. Li. MoLaurin, McColl John A. Calhoun. Clio, W. J. Atkinson, Blenheim, J. MoB. Ilurloy, Brightsvillo, W. W. Irby, Smithville. W Bennettsville Church Directory ?.?..,..?.?.??..>..........?..?..???...."..>.......?.....>.?.....

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

las MARLBORO DEM?CR?1 BE1WETTSYILLB, S. 0. BY ?. A. JIBtOWN & CO. Office on Marion Street Oi>posite Maaonio Hall. . *??.....>.?.!.....,.??.?.???,?.<., Friday April 6, 1907. Our Town Government. MAYOR-P. A. Hodges * ALDERMEN-W.P. Breeden, Jr, 0. 8 ^ Chaffin, A. G. Sinclair, E. Powers. CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mo Lfturln. Office open dally. POLtOB-W T Kelly, WM Atkinson Marlboro County Officers. SHERIFF-J. B. Groon CLERK or OO?UT-J. A. Drako JUDQR OK PROHATB-M. MoLaurin OoaoNKR-G. A. McCall ?uPBttViaoa-Fiauk Mannin?;, Jr. SUFI. h.i)00ATt0N--A. L. Eistorlmg TRBASURBR-N. B. ltogor* An?,?TOR-Jumos P. Campbell SKNAXOU-Thov. I. Rotors ttEPBKsasrATiVEs-I). D. MoColl, Jr. J J. Lano, J. P. Gibson 8fo M. .its..-.88-C. D. ld^tcrling, acd WP8. J. Mcluuio, Benncttsvillo. ll. L. MoLaurin, McColl John A. Calhoun. Clio, W. J. Atkinsou, Blonlioim, J. MoB. Hurloy, Hrightsville, W. W. Irby, Smithville. WBennettsville Church Directory METHODIST-M. W. HOOK, P. C. Sunday aobool 4 00 p. m....

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 5 April 1907

HUSBAND he Could Not Bear ht of Seporation. TO KILL HIM. Mrs. Charles Avery, of Cleveland, Ohio, Doomed (o Quick Death From Concor, Having Dcen Told Hho Would Live But a Few Dnys Longer, Attempted to Toko Her Husband With Her. Doomed to quick death from cancer and crazed at thc thought of parting from her husband, Mrs Charles Avery, of Cleveland, Ohio, thirty-five years old, and well known in society, shot him twice with a re volver Sunday night in their resi dence, 1(511 Superior avenue. Tbc first bullet struck Avery in the back just over the right kidney and may cause bis (lentb. Tue second bullet tore through his left wrist, as he turned toward his wile to enter on a desperate struggle for possession of the pistol. The Averys came here several years ago from New York. The husband is at the head of the Cleve land branch of tbe Lipton Tea com' puny. About a year ago Mrs. Avery was stricken with cancer, and six months ago she submitted to an operation m the Lakeside hospita!, but wi...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 12 April 1907

1T Idi 1S30A ..DO TH, GBEAT LIBBBTY, INPIBB O?B SOULS AND MAKTSOUB L1YKS IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OB OtJE DJSATnS CHjOBIOTJi IN THY OAUSK." VO L. XXXII 9 BENNETTSVILLE, S. C., FHII)A"YJ? APRIL 12, 1907. NO. 1 KUIN MRU Ut AI H. A Destructivo Tornado Sweeps Three States. SCORES ARE KILLED. And Many Buildings Art? Destroyed . in (lie Path of tho Hurricane. Tho City of Alexandria Had n Fearful Experience. Several Other (Mtlos And Towns Weir Wrecked l>y tin Awful Storm. A most destructive tornado visit ed portions of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama on Friday, leaving ruin and death in its path. It swept over three hundred miles across portions of tho above named States. Parts of four towns were devastated with damage exceeding $fi 00,000. The wind damaged property, crops and telegraph wires throughout its course At least. -10 are known to have been killed and live times that number hutt. Ahe tornado oegan at Alexandria, Lia., soon after one o'clock Friday morning, killing four perso...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 12 April 1907

jffcs VILLE. S, C. j? April 12, 1907. IF jr ? 7". Editor] (Subscription Prices . ww.,.$1.00 Six months.? .50 Three months.26 PEN AND SCISSOEGEAPHS Norfolk had a $100,000|fire on "Sunday. Tho S ate Medical Aseaoiatioo jmeots iu Bonnottsville nest Tues day. The Court of common pleas con venes at Chesterfield next Sion-1 ?lay. Tho strawberry* crop will be lato this season on account of tin; I ?cold snap tho first. A monster whale is in the| .'harbor at Charleston, but is do ing no damago. The fate of Harry Thaw will ne decided this week~the twelth .week since it started. Cordele, Ga., reports a hail storm Sunday afternoon with the stones an inch thick. The car barn and power plant of the New York City Railway Company was burned Monday, the loss being $1,500,000. A dumb negro, suddenly be coming able to speak and saying that the Lord would rain down fire at a certain time has caused much consternation among the negroes at Summerton. Goo. Stephen D. Lee, command er of tho United confeder...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 12 April 1907

BEMETTSYILLB, S. 0. ? Y ?. A. imo wu & co. Office on Marion Sireet Opposite Masonic Hall. *.?....?..?......*?.?....%..?..*........* Friday April 12; 1907. Our Town Government. J$ MAYOR-P. A. Hodges ALDERMEN-Throop Crosland, 0. S* Chaffin, 1>. A. MeKellar, F. G. Hollis CLERK SC TREASURER-Milton Mc Laurln. Office open daily. PoLtOE~W T Kelly, WM Atkinson Marlboro County Officers. SusaiFF-J. B. Ornoo Oi.Knit OE CoUiVT-J. A. Drnko JUOQK OF PROBATE- -M. MoLauriu CORONER-G. A. McCall SutfBRVlKOU-Frank Mau nine, Jr. 8?P1. KnuoATtoN - A. L. Kustcrling TKKASUUBR-N. B. Rotors AbnYOR-James I'. Campbell BKNAXOU- Thov. I. ltiecrs Repa VS KN r.vriVKs-I). D. MoColl, Jr. J J. Lano, J. P. Gibson ?V.. u(s....ss-C. 1). lin?torliiiK, nod 8. J. Mclonis, Bonnettsvillo, U. ti. Mobuurio, MoColl John A. Calhoun. Clio, W. J. Atkinson, Blouhoim, J. MoB. Hurloy, Brightsvillo, W. W. Irby. Smithville. J?en?cttsville Church Directory METHODIST-M. W. HOOK, P. 0. 8uuday soho ol 4 Ot) p. m. Preaohing at 11.00...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 12 April 1907

BENNETTSYILLB, S. ?. D Y S. A. IIHOWN & ?0. O?loo on Marion Street Opposite Masonic Hall. *..<.?......?...>..?.? Friday April 12; 1907. Our Town Government* J$ MAYOR-1?. A. Hodges ALDERMEN -Throop Crosland, 0. 6' Chaffin, l\ A. MeKcllar, F. G. Hollis CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc Laurin, Oifice open daily. i POLICE-W T Kelly, WM Atkinson Marlboro Oounty Officers. SHERIFF--J. B. Oioon JLERK or COUUT-J. A. Drako JUDGK ov PttOBATfc -M. MoLaurin CORONER-G. A, McCall SUPERVISOR-Prauk Maonintr, Jr. SUPI. WOUOATION - A. L. Kasterling TREASURER-N. B. Honors An? n'OH-J ?unos I*. Campbell SBNA?-OR-Th'W. I, Roners REPREHKN rATIVES-I). D. MeColl, Jr. J. Lane, J. P. Gibson >?. ots....?s-(J. 1). Engerling, oed 8. J. Mclnnis, Boiincitsvillo, U. L. MoLuurio, MoOoll John A. Old li ono. Olio, W. J. AUhiHon, Blouhoim, J. MoB. Hurley, Drightsvillo, W W. W. Irby, Smithville. J?en?cttsville Church Directory METHODIST-M. W, HOOK, P. C. Bnuday sohool 4 00 p. rn. Proaohing at 11.00 a. m, and ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 12 April 1907

RSH98B58 Party of Six Left Char leston Saturday and E STILL MISSING. l\o Six Mon Who Composed tho Por ty Woro Operatives nt tho I.ag Factory, and Fivo of Thom Loft Fain tl ION., and Naturally There Is Much Anxiety Among Tho lr Fam illes. Thoro is a groat four in Charles ton that six men havo been drowned off the har. A party of B?X operativos of tho Iluyal Dag and Yam Factory left Charleston Saturday afternoon on a fishing trip, ovor the har, and nono of thora havo returned; It ls feared that their bout capsized und tho mon woro drowned.. Tho mon started down tho harbor in two amnll cat-rlggcd boats shortly boforo dark on Saturday afternoon. They woro to return to tho city on Sunday afternoon. Morris Island was tho destination of tho party and it is not known whether they ovor reached tho fishing placo or whether they suffered sonio mishap in return ing at tho scheduled time, x Saturday afternoon was calm and pleasant weather, but early Sunday morning tho wind sot in from tbe northe...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 12 April 1907

J AT SEA. 'Party of Six Left Char leston Saturday and IE STILL MISSING. ftc- Six Mon Who Composed tho Par ty Wer? Onorativos at tho Hag Factory, and Plvo of Thom Ihoft Families, and Naturully There Is Much Anxiety Among Their Fain? liles. Thejo is a groat fonr in Charles ton that six men havo hoon drownod off tho har. A party of six operatives of tho Rayai Dag and Yarn Factory left Charleston Saturday afternoon .on a fishing trip, ovor tho har, and none of them havo returned. It is feared that their boat capsized and the mon woro drowned.. Tho mon started down tho harbor in two small cat-rigged boats shortly beforo dark on Saturday afternoon. Thoy woro to return to tho city on Sunday aftornoon. Morris Island was the destination of tho party and it is not known whether they over roached tho fishing placo or whether thoy suffered somo mishap in return ing at tho scheduled timo, s Saturday aftornoon was calm and pleasant weather, hut early Sunday morning tho wind set in from tho northe...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 April 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. THE SAD END Of a Man Who Lost His All In Wall Street. HE KILLS HIMSELF. . t? i"-' L- . ' Altor tho Recent Panic in tho Stock Market lind Ruined Him Finan dally. Tragedy in a Rich Homo. Whore tho Wlfo Discovers tho Pond Body of tho Husband* Who lind Buded His Career. 'Commending hin wife to tho caro and affection of hin parents and witch ing her all tho "Juck" and happiness tho-world could give. Samuel D. Van Sidon, a brokor, committed suicido while alono in his rooms, on tho fifth floor of tho npartmont houso nt No. 408 Manhattan avonuo. Now York. "jL.uck" was tho dominant factor in Van Stolon's creed of lifo, nud bo lloving that lt had failod him when ho mot ovorwholming lossoa in Wall Street, ho Haw no reason for prolong ing his life. Hut his bollof In tho fotlch of luck, and that lt would af fect thoso whom ho waa...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 April 1907

'A Timi Ann im 'ILMS, S, C. ??UL_.. _.i - - - - Editor I 'iblorlptlOM I'rlcot .fl.00 li roo months.25 X*BN A?fD SCISSORGHIAFHS Gov. Ansel and his staff will #o to the Jamestown Exposi tion next Wednesday. The Bursting of an oil tank | oaused $100,000 at Boston Tue sday, and Several persons were| burned. A mail pouch was robbed ?pout two weeks ago betweeD WilMington and New York and $10,000 taken. Daniel H. Chamberlain, who was governor ot South Carolina in 18Y5, died ?it Charlottesville) Va., on Saturday last. Mr. Julian A. Selby, a well known Journalist of Columbia, died in that city on Friday last, agod 75 years. Tho suggestion that Bryan nominate Roosevelt sootus lo find moro favor than tho ono that Rooeevest nominate Bryan With a razor, Annie Wilson nearly cutoff tho hoad ot Florence Clifton near Spartanburg Sunday night. B. H. Habaonbaok, well known na tho doorkeeper of the Senate under J. H. Tillman, wae shot and killed near Johnston on Sunday by ono Goorge Thompson. Tho Green...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 April 1907

BENNETTSYILLE, 8. 0. WV.H. A. HlfcOWN A ?0. fflcoon Marion Street Opposite Masonic Hall, friday April- 19, 1907. Our Town Government, MAYOR-p. A. Hodges ALDERMEN-Throop Crosland, C. 8? v*U?kffin, P. A. MeKellar, F. 0. Hollis CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc? Luurln. Office open daily. POLICE-W T Kelly. WM AtkioBOD Marlboro Oounty Officers* BHIRtrr,-> J. B. O roon JLERK OE Cou UT-J. A. Drako JU*DQB OE PROB.VTR--M. MoLaurin CORONER-G. A. McCall SUPBRVIHOR-Frank Man oinv, ?Ir. Sun. EDUCATION-A. L. "??Sterling TREASURER-N. B. Rogers Au? ?"?OR-Junios lJ. Campbell HUN Avon-Tho*. I. Koffw RRPRKSKM rATiVF.i?-I). \) MoColl, Jr. J J. Laue, J. 1'. Gibson yj^ C. 1/ Kalter li og, and Bi ,1 Mclttui?, IJoonettavUlei li. i. Uoll Jeh.'i A. . ?Ibo io. I 'lio, .1. ! i OM I" nhoim. J. MoU. liuricy, l>ught8Vllio, W. W. Irby, Smithvillo. f f?ennettsville Church Directory MBTIIODUJT-M. W. HOOK, P. C. liiday schcol 4 00 p. m. Proaohing at 11.0? a. m. aod7.30p.ua. Prayor meot ui| Wednesday ovouing at 4...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 April 1907

BENNETTSYILLE, S. 0. HY H. A. I1IIOWN & VAK Oleo on Marion Street Opposite Masonic Hall. Friday April* 19, 1907. Our iPouw Government. MAYOR-P. A. Hodges ALDERMEN-Throop Crosland, 0. 8? v*iJMaffin, P. A. MeKcllar, F. G. Hollis CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc laurin. Office open daily. POLICE-W T Kelly, WM Atkinson Biarlboro Oounty Officers. SHERIFF-J. B. Grooo CLERIC OF COUUT-J. A. Drako JUDGK OF PROIIATR--M. MoLaurin CORONER-O. A. MOUHII SUPER VIHOR-Prank Man ni nv, Jr. SUFI. EDUCATION-A. L. * istorl?Qg TREASURER-N. B. HoKOrn Au* k-fOH-Janies P. Campbell SUNATOII-Tho?. I. Rosers RRPRESKN TATIVF.H-I). \) MoColl, Jr. J. Laue, J. P. Gibson fci )t\. Mi.y_L> H**terliug, and W J. Molnnix, IL nnettsvillo. li L, \)i \;(Joll John A * ilbouu, ' Ho, W. J. Al hiKOo, 1.11 ioneim, J. MoB. Hurley, ?nghtsvillo, W. W. Irby, Smithville. if tSenuettsville Church Directory METHODIST-M. W. HOOK, P. C. l?day s?hool 4 00 p. ni. Preachier at ? 1.00 a. m. and 7.30 p. vu. Prayor moot wi t Wednesday e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 April 1907

HOT TIME. r and tho Vestry Have Batt!? !n Church. ELY FIST FIGHT Ouo Of Philadelphia's Churchos in Which tho Hectors Sovorol ol the Vostrytuon and Even Somo Women Wer? Activo Participants. Tho Trouble Had Been Drowlug For Sovoral Months. A rough and tumble fight Sunday morning, March 31. in which the rec tor, several vestrymyn and even some women took a hand was the culmination of the trouble that has . for months been brewing in the con gregation of Emmanuel Protestant Episcopal church, Marlborough street west of Guard avenue, of which Rev. E. G. Knight is rector. It was after Rector Knight had Kreached on the text. "Let. not your eart be troubled," and in closing had delivered the message, "Peace be unto you," that the fight occurred and all of those participating had partaken of holy communion. The real battle took place in the vestry room, located under the chanel in which the beautiful morning service had just been held, and started over the claims for the morning collection en...

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