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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 24 May 1907

l'HP ll ?DI DAM nTunnhi"1 lilli UliiULUUilU "MIM ju...",i?.i.....;i..i. BEN1IETTSYILLE, S. 0. Il Y ?. A. JIBtOWN A CO. ....... Ojfloe on Marton Street Opposite Ma.tonio liait, .M."."......?..?.<. Friday May 24, 1907. Our Town Government. MAYOR--P. A. Hodges ?o! i ALDERMEN-Throop Crosland, 0 ? Chaffin, P. A. McKcilar, p. 0. Hollis Ci,KKK & TREASURER-Milton Mc laurin. Office open daily, POMOK-W T Kelly, SVM Atk ?IL-Jl-1--!L-..;j-I'jJJJ-1_! Marlboro County Officers. SuKiui't'-J. B. (?roon i,Kiuc OF COUHT-J. A. Droko Ju DUB OF PROBATE -M. MoLaurin i CORON KU-G A.. MoCull SUPBRVlrtOU-Prank Mannin?/, Jr. SUPI. KDU?ATION- A. li. B (sterling ThkASURKR-N. lt. Roners Abin'Oa-Janies P. Campbell SENATOR-Tbov. I. Rogers UKPRKSKNTATIVK^-I). I) MoColl, Jr J J. Lune, J P. Oibson ftk~. ?lfe-...iJBS-C* l>. Eastorling, and 8. J. Motnnis, Beuncttsvillo, II. L. MuLauiin, MoColl John A. Calhoun. Clio, W, J. Atkinson, Blonhoiuo, J. MoB. Hurley, BrightBVillo, W. W. Irby, Smithville, g -i .-. Jten...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 24 May 1907

MEN HELD ?tarder of R. T. Westcott in Columbia. J _ ? ARE NOW IN JAIL ax Gardner, Jr., and J. B. liny Charged With tlio Crime and T. O. Jones Wanted as a Witness. Tho Authorities Determined to Run Down tho Guilty Parties If Possible. The State says Jim Gardner, Jr., and J. B. Hoy are in the Richland jail as the result of the inquest into the cause of the death of R. T. Wes cott, and the coroner's jury has rec ommended the arrest of T. C. Jones, who is said to know something of the matter. Gardner was arrested the afternoon of the murder and has been in jail ever since. Hoy was arrested last Friday night week after an adjourned session of the coroner's inquest, and was re leased Wednesday of this week, but was rearrested Thursday night. He was with Gardner the night proceed ing thc killing of Mr. Wescott. Tom Jones' connection with the matter is that he has declared that he has information which would im plicate some one. He made this statement to Mr. Jesse Thomas, the father-in-law ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 31 May 1907

_ The Marlboro* Democrat. ?*t>0 TH, QB?AT LIBBBTY, ISTPlBl O?B 8??LB AKP HAS? O?B L1VJ?I I? THY KtfftlMBIO* ?APPY OB OUB DJSATHS OLOBIOU8 IK THY CAUfM." VOT. Y? YT i in?\r\Ti?TT? xrr r r T? C n ppmAV MA v ai KWH ATO o.QM BRUTAL MURDER I Of a Prominent Citizen of Union County by a Negro. GREAT EXCITEMENT. Mr. Clarence C. ?1st Waylaid by a Negro Pullman Porter at (be Sea board Airline Depot and Assassi nated.-A Posse is Hunting the Murderer Down Wit li Several Wood Hounds. A dispatch from Carlisle in Union County to Tho State says Mr. Clar ence C. Gist was killed there Thurs day night near tho Seaboard Air Lino depot hy Arthur Davis, a negro, -"hom Mr. Gist had arrested at the baso hall grounds Thursday afternoon for boisterous conduct. While being taken to the guard liouso Davis made threats, saying that ho would have further trouble with bim. After being released on bond lt seemed he hld himself near tho dopot and attacked Mr. (Hst while the latter was on his way to his home. Aft...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 31 May 1907

The Marlboro9 Democra .DO IV, ?BBAT lylBBBTT, IKl'ItUC ODS ?O?LB ASO HAK* OUR UVM 1> THY WMMSK? ?APPT OK 00m D*ATH? OLOWOOS 1? TRY OAOfK." VOL. XXXI4 BENNBTTSVlXIiE, S. C., FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1007. Of a Prominent Citizen of Union County by a Negro. GREAT FXCITEMENT. Mr. Clarence C. (?1st Waylaid by n Negro Pullman Porter nt the Hea bonrd Airline Depot and Assassi nat ed.-A Posse ls Hunting the Murderer Down Willi Several Blood Hounds. A dispatch from Carlisle in Union County to The State says Mr. Clar ence C. Gist was killed there Thurs day night near tho Seaboard Air Lino depot hy Arthur Davis, a negro, _WhOm Mr. Gist had arrested at the baso ball grounds Thursday afternoon for boisterous conduct. While being takon to tho guard house Davis made threats, saying that ho would have further trouble with him. After being released on bond lt seemed he hld himself near tho depot and attacked Mr. (?isl while the latter was on hts way to his home. After the shooting the negro made his escap...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 31 May 1907

TTSVILLB. S, C. y Mav 31, 1907. ??WW I III I j I ,. 1VN - - - Editor I ftUbtorlptlon Prleet r.,,..$1.00! tbs. ,50 ? mouths.25 PEN AND SCISSORO-RAPHS The bronze statue to Gen. John B. Gordon in Atlanta was | unveiled Saturday. A tornado and Kail storm visi ted Red Springs Monday after noon, doing considerable damage. A tornado swept through Texas Saturday killing over a dozen people and doing much damage to crops and stock. Mrs William McKinley, wife of | the Martyred Prosidert, died at her homo in Canton, Ohio, on Sun day afternoon May 26, at 1.05. The funoral took place wednesday. If semo people keep on trying to convince Bryan that ho is too radioal to got any showing in the election for President, tho Ne braskan will fly up and show thom tho returns that made the conser vative Parker go buck to his swim ming hole at Esopus.-Wilming ton Star. On Friday la?t a negro woman raado an assault upon another woman of her color near Burnt fae ory with a sharp knife and tried to cut her lef...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 31 May 1907

BENNBTTSYILLE, S. 0. UV S. A. BROWN A CO. Office on Marton Street Opposite J Masonic Hall. Friday May 81, 1907. Our Town Government. MAYOR-P. A. Hodges ALDERMEN-Throop Crosland, C. 8. Chaffin, P. A. MeKellar, F. G. Hollis CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc Laurin. Office open daily. POLIOS-W T Kelly, WM Atkinson llarlboro County Officers. SHERIFF-J. B. Croon Ci, KU ic OF Cou UT-J. A. Dr uk o JUDOS OP PUOMATB-M. MoLauriu CORONER-G. A, McCall ?SUPERVISOR-Frank M ?ni ni mr, Jr. SUPT. MDUOATION-A. L, Eastcrling TREASURER-N. B. Rogers AHniOR-Jamos P, Campboll SENATOR-Thoa. I? Hogers RBPRESKNTATIVES-I). 1). MoColl, Jr. (J J. Laoo, J. P. Gibson ta. ufbkMA'SS-C. D. KaHtorling, and 8. J. Melanin, Bonnottsvillo. II. L. MoLaurin, MoColl John A. Calhoun. Clio, W. J. Atkinson, Blonhoim, J. MoB. Hurloy, Brightsville, M W. W. Irby, Smithville. Itennettaville Church Directory METHODIST-M- W. HOOK, P. C. 8uuday sohool 4 00 p. m. Proaohing Ri 11.00 a. m. and7.30 p.m. Prayer nicot ine Woduonday ovomng at...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 31 May 1907

EW RULES od Adopte:1, by the Rail road Commission. T POST TRAINS. itogulntlons by Which it is Proposed to Aid in Procuring Reasonable CoiivoiiioncoB for Passengers. Com plaints Will Probably bo Invited. It Agents Foil to Carry Out tho Rules. The railroad commission has before it for consideration a set of rules and regulations governing the pas senger traffic, which the board will take up at the next meeting for final action. The proposed rules arc in tended to remedy such inconven iences of travel and of failure to travel as thc posting of late delayed trains, the publication of schedules, the maintenance of fires, lights and other conveniences at depots, the handling of baggage and the condi tion of passenger coaches. The com mission, if this set of rules is adopt ed, will also invite the complaining public to complain to the commission when anything goes wrong and the implication is that tho commission intends to remedy whatever goes wrong. Inasmuch as the matters covered by the ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 7 June 1907

The Marlboro ?DO TS, ?SUAT UBBBTY, JMPIB? OD? BOHL? AWI) MAXH OUBUVM IB THY ?OMMBIO* SAPPY OB OUB DBATB* ?I/OBIOI? IB THY OA?BB." VOE. xxxn BENNETTSVILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1907. NO. 23. A Newberry Woman Meets Death in a Singular Manner. KILLED BY A POISON. Itinerant Dentist Named Armstrong Pulls Eleven Teeth for Mr?. Berry And She Dies Within Throe Hours. He ls Arrested at Clinton and Will Ho Taken to Newberry.-Another "Woman Became III, Also. Immediately after hnvingn numboi of her tooth extracted Thursday morning hy an Itinerant dentist, who gavo his name as Clint Armstrong. Mrs. Corrie Dorry, who lived with her borther-in-law. Mr. S. L. Price, at the Mollohon Mill in Newberry, 4& was taken seriously ill and within ?, hours she was dead. Dr. \V. 1-]. Pel ham, .Ir. was summoned, hut reached her bedside shortly after her death. The following particulars of the sad accident we take from the News and Courier of last Friday. Miss Vic toria Hivers, also a sister-in-law of Mr. ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 7 June 1907

TSVILLE. S, C. June 7, 1907, OWN - - - Editor SubHorlptlon frico? .$1.00 .60 months.25 State Teacher? Association Tho, State Teacher's Asaooia tion will meet at Chicks Springs Juue 24 to the 26. Our Tuesday, June 26, there will be a departmental sessions of the Sohool Improvement As sooiation, which is of speoial in terest to Teachers of country schools. The railroads have granted a rate of one and one-third fare for the round trip on tho certificate plan, which mast be secured at the starting point. Members of the Association will be granted a special rate of j $1,00 a day at the hotel, a mem bership card being necessary to secure this reduction. Many distinguished educators will be present and the program will be a most attractive one, I trust ail the teachers of the county can attend. MATTIE COVINGTON. McColl, June 1, 1907. WITH SINCERE THANKS We cannot forbear publishing the following private letter, not that we deserve the fine things said of us, but because of the en courageme...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 7 June 1907

IIE?ITWSYILLE, S. C. ?V i*. ,'? y/s ACO. O/jico vi* Marion street Opposite] \tajoi i ? Mall. Friday Juno 7, 1907. Our Town Government. MAYOR-P. A. Hodges % ALDERMEN-Throop Crosland, 0. 8. ^Chaffin, P. A. MeKeliar, F. G. Hollis. CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc Laurln, Office open daily. PoLtOE-W T Kelly, WM Atkinson S-L-!_._. I. i ' -? Marlboro County O?cere. SHERIFF-J. B. Oroon ?LERK OF COURT-J. A. Drake JUDOE OF PROBATE-M. MoLaurin CORONER-G. A. MoCnll SUPERVISOR-Frank Mau nine:, Jr. SUPT. EDUCATION-A. L. Eastorling TREASURER-N. B. Rogers Alu-rf OR-James P. Campbell SKNA?OR-Thos. I. Hobers REPRESENTATIVES-1). 1). MoColl, Jr. J J. Lano, J. P. Gibson BB IV?. uis?..?-ES-C. D. Eastorling, and ^8. J. Molnnis, Bcnncttsville, II. L. MoLaurin, MoColl John A. Calhoun. Clio, W. J. Atkinson, Blonhoim, J. MoB. Hurley, Brightsvdlo, W. W. Irby, Smithville. ^?g* i ' -' ' . ' - ?? ? ?enntttaville Church Directory M.. >,?.,<..?,<?..?.#!.<.......?<.<..?..????>??.?..?..??.?..???....

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 7 June 1907

K^?rT^SYILLB, S. 0. nv ?. A., mun wu A co. O/flceott ?UFaWofi street Opposite Masoni* Ball, Friday June 7, 1907. Our Town Government. MAYOR-P. A. Hodges A ALDERMEN-Throop Crosland, 0. 8. ^Chaffin, P. A. MeKefiar, F. G. Hollis, CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc Laurln. Office open daily. POLICE-W T Kelly, WM Atkinson Marlboro County Officers. SHERIFF-J. B. Oroon CLERK OK COURT-J. A. Drake JUDOS OF PROBATE-M. MoLaurin CORONER-G. A. McCall SUPERVISOR-Frank Mau nine:, Jr. SUPT. WDUOATION-A. L. Kastorling TREASURER-N. B. Rogors Aoi iiOR-James P. Campbell SKNATOR-Tbos. 1, Rogers REPRESENTATIVES-1). D. MoColl, Jr. J J, Lano, J. P. Gibson ? to. wih...Af:9-C. D. Eastorling, and ^8. J. Melnuis, Bennettsville, II. L. MoLaurin, MoColl John A. Calhoun. Clio, W. J. Atkinsou, Ulonhoira, J. MoB. Hurley, BrightBVillo, W. W. Irby, Smithvillo. Bennettsville Church Directory K.I??*".>.!.'?.?<.>..>......?..........?,>...<...?."I..?.??.<...'?... METHODIST-M. W. HOOK, P. C. Mund ny soho...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 7 June 1907

,.o Be an Agent of the ?trklsh Stilton. SLAIN PRIEST ?::o-,vu to lio n Politician and JPWtcr Dislike of Him Was Openly Kxpressct? by Greeks nml Others. Ho Crossed American Society In Amelie? Which Seek? to Free Av* Olenl;t From Turk's Control. Dilligent effort on tho part of a score of detectives from headquar ters did not make much headway in the solution of thc problem of how the body of the Greek priest, Father Casper Haran, or Vatiarian, as the police records have it, came to be found doubled up in a trunk in a va - cant room at 333 West Thirty-seven th street, New York, Sunday May 2G. Two men, and possibly four, whom the police believe to be impli cated in tue murder have not yet been found. Tho developments have brought forth two facts which may uncover the motive of the murder and clear away to some extent thc doubt con cerning how and when tho priest, mot his death. Most important of these discoveries is the fact thal Father Casper was a politician as well as a cleric, and t...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 7 June 1907

N TRUNK to Be an Agent of tho irkish Sulton. SLAIN PRIEST i now II to 1)0 tx Pol Uh ian mid tor Dislike of Him Wits Openly Kxpressed by Wrecks and Others. Ho Crossed American Society in America Which Seeks to Free Ar ?nenla From Turk's Control. Dilligent effort on tho part of a score of detectives from headquar ters did not make much headway in the solution of the problem of how the body of thc Greek priest, Father Casper Haran, or Vatiarian, as the police records have it, came to be found doubled up in a trunk in a va cant room at 333 West Thirty-seven th street, New York, Sunday May 26. Two men, and possibly four, whom the police believe to be impli cated in the murder have not yet been found. The developments have brought forth two facts which may uncover the motive of thc murder and clear away to some extent the doubt con cerning how and when the priest met his death. Most important of these discoveries is the fact that Father Casper was a politician as well as a cleric, and tha...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 21 June 1907

The Marlboro' Democrat. VOE. xxxil SE - "DO THOU, CHEAT IJIDEHTY, IN SH HE OUR SOILS AND MAKIO OUK LI VHS IN THY POSSESSION DADDY OH OUK DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." BENNETTS VI LEE, S. C., FBI DAY, JUNE 21 1907. NC WOMAN ROBBED # Columbia Woman Assaulted by Columbia Man in Texas. HE IS ARRESTED Large Sum of (luid Coin ami (.old CciiilLulcs in Valise Amounting lo. Sixty-One. Thousand. Dollar? Was Taken Dui Arrest Was Mad*' Before ll?' Could Make His 10s enpo. Mrs. Sallie A. Gibson of Colum bia, rich and very eccentric, was rob bed of $61,000 al San Antonia, Tex as Friday. The niau who robbed bor, Rufus Williams, is also a Co lumbian and formerly kept a livery stable near ber residence on upper Main street. The Hist news received of the rob bery was an Associated Press story Friday morning, which stated that Williams bad been arrested and had confessed. I "a fer in the day the fol lowing special was sent Tho Slate from San Antonia, Texas: San Antonio, Texas, .lune I I.- Ru fus Will...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 21 June 1907

Next Friday in "Jasper" day and Mouth Carolina Day at the Exposition. Chesterfield has had threo hail storms fliis soason and crops badly ' hurt. Thomas A. Edison announced that he expected to seo eleotrioity made diroct from coal boforo he died. Prof. H. B. Buist has resigned I from the faculty of Wiuthrope coll?ge. A. J. Painter, of Canada, has boon oleoted to succoud him. The local storm insurance agents that havo policies on crops, say the roports so far received from their oliente alono show a loss of over $4,000 and not one third of the farmers that wore damaged had insurance Tho on tiro damage to tobacco crops in this county is estimated at over $10,000.--Hurtsville Mossengor. Mass Mooting Called. There will bo a meeting of tho Dem oeratic votera of the Town of Bennetts ville in tho Cour*. House this Friday evening, June 21, 1907, at (i o'clock, for tho purpose of nominating an Ar. BERMAN for Ward i, to fill out the unexpired term of Alderman Throop Crosland, deceased. P. A. ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 21 June 1907

iii? MUL??RQ DEMOCKA? BBNNETTSYILLE, S. C. MY ?. A. Jim>WM A CO. Oflloo on Marion Street Opposite Masonio Hall, *?..?..<..?....?.?..?.?.?.?<.%..?.j Friday June 21, 1907. Our Town Government, MAYOR-P. A. Hodges j , ALDERMEN-Throop Crosland, 0. 8. X Chaffin, P. A. MeKeilar, P. G. Hollis. CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc Laurln. Office open daily. PoLtOE-W T Kelly, WM Atkinson Marlboro County Officers, SHERIFF-J. B. Groon CLERK OP COUUT-J. A. Drake JUDGE OF PROBATK-M. MoLaurin CORONER-G. A. McCall SUPERVISOR-Frank Manning, Jr. SUPT. IODUOATION-A. L. EasterHug TREASURER-N. B. liogors Au 1 A-I'OR-James P. Campbell SKNATOR-Tbos. I. Bogers RBPRKSBNTATIVKS-1). D. MoColl, Jr. J J. Laue, J. P. Gibson .\ Mi.ufb?..4'S8-?. D. Eastcrling, and 6. J. Mclnnis, Benucttsvillo, ll. L. MoLaurin, MoColl John A. Calhoun. Clio, W. J. Atkinson, Blonhoim, J. MoB. Hurley, Brightsvillo, . W. W. Irby, Smithville. Bennetts ville Church Directory *..>?..i.<>... .?.....?...?.?,...'.. '*?.... .>...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 21 June 1907

BEiSSNi/i^JU?V1 JLJIJE, S. G. BY S. A. ?BOWN A CO. Office on Marion Street Opposite Masonic Mall, *?..?..?".?.? ..*.?..........f<j Friday June 21, 1907. Our Town Government, MAYOR-P. A. Hodges jm. ALDERMEN-Throop Crosland, 0. 8. # Chaffin, P. A. McKellar, P. G. Hollis. CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc? Laudn. Office open daily. POLIOS-W T Kelly, WM Atkinson Marlboro County Officers, SHERIFF-J. 13. Groon CLERK OK COU UT-J. A. Drake JUDQE OF PROBATE-M. MoLaurin CORONER-G. A. McCall SUPERVISOR-Frank Mannin?, Jr. PU!fX. EDUCATION-A. L, Eastorllog TREASURER-N. Ii. Rogers Am ii'OR-James P, Campbell SENATOR-Tho?. I. Rogers REPRESKNTATIVES-P. D, MoOoll, Jr. J J. Lauo, J. P. Gibson ( \ Bi*, uto? ...'?3-0. 1>. Eastcrling, aod 8. J. Mclnuia, Bennettsvillo, li. L. MoLaurin, MoOoll John A. Calhoun. Clio, W. J. Atkinson, Blonhoiin, J. MoB. Hurley, Brightsvdlo, W. W. Irby, Smithvillo. Hcnncttsville Church Directory *.?.?.. ..,.....%..>.......?... ....>..>.<.'.?'.> .??.??..?.?.....

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 21 June 1907

WEBER, i ' rrible Monster of th6 ?diaeval Legends. SE TOUCH SLAYS. y Chilli, Now Arreste?! for ti 'ixth Deftth. Tho Case Recalls tho Most Fantastic Legends of Ogresses, Who Dwelt In CnvOB In tho "Woutis ami Feasted on tho Blood of Children. The ease of "The Ogress of Mont mar te" is again causing thc deep est emotion and rage among the pop ulation of Paris. The ogress whose actual name is Jeanne Weber, is held responsible by the inhabitants of Montmarte and of Paris generally for causing the death of at least five children, and yet there is no reasonable explana tion how she killed any of them. One child after another, who came in contact with the ogress of Montmarte died suddenly and mys teriously, as if some invisible force had stopped its life. There was never any sign of violence on the body and the doctors called in wore unable to state the cause of death with any certainty. All that was known positively was that Madame Jeanne Weber had touched them upon the breast. The case re...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 21 June 1907

WEBER, Jrrlble Monster of the! f?'dlsaval Legends. ISE TOUCH SLAYS. jy Child, Now Arrested for n "^^?ixth Death. Tho Caso Recalls tho Most Fantastic hegend? of Ogresses, Who Dwelt In Caves in tho "Woods and Feasted oil Hie Wood of Children. The case of "The Ogress of Mont marte" is again causing thc deep est emotion and rage among tho pop ulation of Paris. Thc ogress whose actual name is Jeanne Weber, is held responsible .by the inhabitants of Mont marte and of Paris generally for causing the death of at least live children, and yet there is no reasonable explana tion how she hilled any of them. One child after another, who came in contact with the ogress of Montmarto died suddenly and mys teriously, as if some invisible force had stopped its life. There was never any sign of violence on the body and the doctors called in were unable to state the cause of death with any certainty. All that was known positively was that Madame Jeanne Weber had touched them upon the breast. The case r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 5 July 1907

The Marlboro 9 "DO THOU, ?HEAT MHERTY, INSPIHE OUR SOULS ANI> MAKK OUH LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OH OUR DEATHS GI/ORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." TT/^T1 -w ?, CAROLINA DAY. An Exchange of Greetings With Virginia. A BIG SUCCESS. Exercises Oponed By ('upi. Gonzales Who Introduces Gov. Ansel, Who Presents the Speakers of the Occa sion.-ll. St. George Tucker, Pres ident of Exposition, and Hon. Wal ter Hazard Deliver Addresses. A dispatch from Norfolk, Va., to Tho State says Friday was observed at "South Carolina Day" at the Jam estown Exposition with Gov. Ansel, his staff, the South Carolina Slate commission, tho Second regiment of Infantry, South Carolina National ;> Guard, and several hundred South Carolinians present to participate In tho ovoids on the day's programme. The exercises wore called to order on time hy Capt. Wm. E. Gonzales, chairman of the South Carolina com mission, who, in a very happy man ner, fol Iel ted the South Carolinians upon hoing there at that time among tho h...

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