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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 3 January 1908

VOL. XXXII ? "1" ?.DO TMOU, GROAT LUIIARTY, INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKIO OUR LIVHS IN THY I'Ofe&WSION' HAVtW OR OUR D10ATH8 OLOHIOUf* IN THY OAUSIC." BI5NNET?SVILL?, S. C., FRIDA X, J AN UAR Y li, 1908 Attempt to Hold up Train am are Captured. ONE IS BADLY HURT My Being Shot by a Posso of Passen gera Lcd by the City Marshal ol Sorrento, Illinois. When Order cd to flMrrcntior thc Bandits Opon ed Fire, Which Was Returned by tho Passengers With Good Effect. A west-bound Pennsylvania train waa held up by two mashed robbers at Sinltlibqro. 111., on the Vandalia division, carly Friday, and after a despera to battle, both men were cap tured and carried to Greenville, 111., where they aro now in jail. The bandits 'opened fire when re sistance. \va? offored.'as they brought t he train to ii .??lt just. beyond ' tho Smithhpro .stat ion',--but. their Aro was returned,; un?!. ^'hon- tho last, of thc IG shots had been exchanged, one Ol the robbers was picked np with five bullets in his body.'...

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. — 3 January 1908

9t, Opposite] 'Kali, ? ',, I.II. tl, >.,? ID WATER. S. m notts ville are the unpardon pe sewerage and ur town. Nearly >/bonds were vo ty given for this seems impossible khing about it, and ie is no business in The town of ED^HlS FATHER. e from Flowery Bri ..Augusta Chronicle, idns, son of Ex-Senate ?dna, is in jail on a char hn tua father with murd (The cause of the troubl i learned. It is said Law bo tried for lunacy. 'SHOT BY EX-SHERIFF. 'At Lexington, Ga., Ex-S George W. Cumming shot 0 Brooks in the back of the hea( a pistol Thursday. Cumming hit on the head with a heavy w The wound of Brooks is senor KILLING AT SAVANNAH. A dispatch from Savannah says "this has been a noisy, bi ly orderly Christmas. Thor? --been but two killings, one of t by a white man and the otra ? negro by a negro. W. J. Mix the slayer of Joe Bryan, the having made insulting remark white women, which augmen trouble between the two." SHOT IN HOME: Harry Morrell, of T?rke Pa., was shot and killed whil a C...

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. — 3 January 1908

llKNNKTTSVILIiW. S. O- f i O? V Friday, Jan. 3, 190a V 'mu..-L-iuJ-JLLU^iiu-II i ii'ii im^a DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO., tSvbirr ration Pricer. no year.$ If00 Six i non ll in. .\50 Tar?e months.25 ? . ".' H.R - J? ? ? ? "?.? Our Toton Government MAYOR-P. A. Hodges ALDERMEN-C 8 Chaffin Fred (i Hollis. F A. MeKellar, J. O Breeden CLERK & TRKASURKR-O. D. Piaster lint?. Office in o urt hnupo POLIOR-W M Atkinson .Tun-? H ir per A^i-tant. Marlboro County Officero. SHERIFF-J. B. Orcou OLRRK OF COURT-J. A. Hrako JUDOF. OF PROIIATR M MoLaurin G A McCall i -F-vik Vi inning. Jr 'ION - V 'J R isterlht?? N. li Hos nies P. Campbell iiJiKA'xoH * nos. I, Bogers RKPUKSRNrATiVES-D. D MoOoll, Jr J J Lani* I P. Gibson \ QiSTRA, ?SH -<' l> k erHhi . il S. J. MoInw; . Hen i villi ? V M Uti Ml M John A. < Mhoun ( 'lui Vv. J AiKin>on Blenheim J. Mc?. Hurley BriehtHvdli! vV W Irhv <mithvill. bennettsville Chnroh .Oiwnl >>.</ j TA METHODIST-lt 13 Tu* ni pwd. j Sunday sohooi 3 30 p. m....

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 3 January 1908

IL larked by jrapes !E LAND. (Seems to Have] Over tho Corm phrlstiuas Kv? and /l)ii,vs After. Mur Destruction Make Violation? of Law. ?re of crime seemed to Kountry on Christmas 'ay after. It makes one ink of them. Here is | J of the murders and sui [occurred on those t\v T JLTED HIS FATHER. ie from Flowery Branch, 3 Augusta Chronicle, says ^ins, son of Ex-Senator W. "ins, is in jail on a charge of in his father with murderous I The cause of the trouble has i learned. It is said Law Haw bo tried for lunacy. 'SHOT BY EX-SHERIFF. Lexington, Ga., Ex-Sheriff ega W. Cumming shot George )ks in the hack of the head with ?stol Thursday. Cummings was \n the head with a heavy weight, found of Brooks is ?erious. KILLING AT SAVANNAH. A dispatch from Savannah, Ga. . says "this has been a noisy, but fair ly orderly Christmas. There have - been but two killings, one of a negro by a white man and the other of a negro by a negro. W. J. Mixon was the slayer of Joe Bryan, the negro hewing made insulti...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 3 January 1908

Kor your price will bo ours-Let us make orl?se. Tho sale will begin at 10:30 < some price. Horses will be hooked and worked, and pedigrees furnished on day o the last bidder will bethe purchaser. ICvery one will be sold rain or shine on thc I Penny Bros, & Co r I 0 i m m w ! ? < ? m I ri 11 I I : BMP* V.V 5?ti Kt* \m A w' *xi Vi? t pacers and trotters wit!) and without records. Combination 3c well bred and will show Por themselves on day of salo and P&k ?ftffifel iMfflflfc fiMBS j kUIBLik. SMH8RV Ol >?s?>x na-la stables and will continue until jovory horse and mule is sold at fifi r.#*?. will have the right kind ol' hoi Hennettsville, S. Q. nsboro s and mules to show you, ami N. C.

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 10 January 1908

BEHNETTSVILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1908 As a Lecturer and Makes Fifty Thousand a Year. CROWDS HEAR HIM. He Won't Sponk on Sundays or for tho Benefit of I div ld na lu, and ls Most -Llhorn! in IUJ Treatment of - Local Manngomcnt?. Ile Altray? Make? His Own Terms Willi Leo ture Ilurenns? W. E. Curtis writes in The Chica go Record-Herald: According to the report of his agents, William Jen K'ngs Bryan is making about $50,000 year from his lectures. Charles L. agner, secretary of the Slayton Lyceum Bureau, which manages his lecture tours, tells me that he has filled 175 dates during the year 1907 and that his receipts for the season have averaged more than $300 for each appearance. Mr. Bryan stands at the head of the list of platform speakers today for tho size of his -Rtldie.nce, for the receipts at the box office and for the demands for his appearance. "Mr. Bryan's regular charge at Chautauquas," said Mr. Wagner, "is the first $250 taken at the gate and half of all the receipts ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 10 January 1908

WHMG.CO., ...Editor Jan. 10, 1908 concernent. t week for tho sea bgisloture, therefore ii, for the present, arlboro Democrat, as os. Just wnat my ter adjournment have ormulated. I maycon e newspaper husines in ?Ile or I may not. I do nnie the many oxpressi-1 ;ouragement heh d since I rial connection \with the at. it was my aim; and de ake that papor accredit to *n and county, a$d while s some improvement, had tances been diff?rent tho .?veraent would have been rverked. No doubt roy sue i , I uko fhe Democrat all les! re,* both pa wishes especi j, as ? founded, that paper for 1er id j : a rs Respectfully, Preston Gibson. -o*o-~ A Pretty Marriage. An ti . sualiy pretty wedding w*s (hot. ul Miss Mary Bristow stud Mr Thomas DP?te on Wed nesday livening at six o'clock. Theehnrch was .fa?aatifully dec Orated with potted plants, while down the aisle were arches hov ered will? ivy and cedar. During the ceremony the {young coupl? tftood under and arch covered with milite chrysanthemums, from...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 10 January 1908

?il M???^??^' " |fc>??1*_?.I. ^jm BENNBTTSVli?iB. 8, C. Friday, Jan. ?6yij08 VuBLlSfilHQ UO., na year.. . . .)# t.00 Six months.V .50 Tarso months........,.?.% -SB ?,i_i. I_Ll_UlLuV ... I. .. -JU s PBHSOHL. Mrs T M Bolton, of Morven, N C, is on a pleasant visit to in town. The Baptist church will have its annual election of Officers next Bundey. Ooo. W Rivers has bought a house and lot from A J Matheson in Ambleside. Tho county teachers association will meet in the court house Sat urday morning at ll o'clock. w*v G C Mprse conducted Beting service Thursday he Baptist church. own is building a house .......ide on a lot which he bought from A J Matheson. Mies May Weatherly has opened a private school for small children at her home on Darlington street. Miss Hortense Strauss left Mon day ?vening to spend the winter with relatives in Jacksonville Fla. John N Campbell and his sen in-law Alford Rivers, of Chester field county were in town first Monday. Senator Jn? L McLaurin is at home...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 10 January 1908

Ission. Commission* jaunty Vanni mt Election Ibm? Couutjr Null o Many Qualified Tot Allowed io I Election Commis Inty and State olec f?oburg County de olectlon to establish Y null and void on Tho board, which 1 MosBra. John 8. flirooka Fogle and T. J.j fad and true mon, was| Fm their decision. ?mg of tho case consumed day and Wednesday, and mony was taken. The) hors took tho cane Wod about 8 o'olook, after UUOSBOB had boon examined catofully wont ovor the tcstl-> - and tho many legal points in ?I beforo arriving at their do . which was announced at two \ Thursday. \mombors of the Board of jislon?fs aro among our host Mr. Bowman ls a member Orangoburg Bar and both jFoglo and Hart oro well-to M?ra. Mr. Hart-lives In the ictlon of tho county near the , lin? and Mr. Foglo lives in i allied territory of Calhoun wis is said to favor the new nit? pU;)wing loathe full text o? OivVn of tho. Board of Cora Ai?- which ls signed by eyery J}, of tho Board of Commls , It has been flied with the...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 17 January 1908

!..; VOL. XXXIIij ? ?K> raov, ^^t?mm, .wtP,wt. ow ?ow? W MM OU* IM W IOM?MION ?Arri on own DMTM'O7]O?7O"?9" IN rar c4?n.?S> BENNETTSVILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1008 WMRE? M?OP, - BROKER - R?B P R E]S ENTINO jTe# Old Line Companies -ALSO -T?-i_I n_tn. vu DEATH IN RUSH For Seats at Entertainment in a London Hall. TRAMPLED TO DEATH. Sixteen Children Under thc Foot of Excited Mass of Human Hoing*, Who Dcctimo Panic Stricken and Rushed for the Exits of tho Build ings, and Forty Others Moro Or Less Severely Injured. At Barnsley, England, Sixteen children were trampled to death und forty others, several of whom cnn not live, were Injured in a mud rush for hotter seats at an enter tainment given in the public ball there Saturday afternoon. There was a great rush to secure admittance to the entertainment, and when the show opened every seal was taken and tho gallery wns literally packed with children, who filled tho aisles and wero danger ously massed against the lower roll ing. ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 17 January 1908

1 OAQ *V) Jkirvu IRK r . . . |udubon by EPOF oom Flied for tIuv_F.ul>Ji'w' ON FIE1DS. white cotton nt the present kious thinking, jst and mo?t f er county tho with cotton RS the fall. Indeed Is have the appear laving been touched is falling out on fd rottcning. Aita some inquiries I au or o expressed it, l.?ti ot obi ton rxutde iu Uvjt yeji?'i lt ta wud fmors hav e nb fe crop and that the reu nxuch cotton remains is because there is so )lus. Another told us |carcity of labor was thc [o said that the farmers iblo to get labor and that Ivas tho main reason. Still An said that in many instances bl who had planted and rais crop lind moved away Icav ^cotton in tho Hold and ow mcrchant for advances wever it might bo, the sur srop, the scarcity of labor, lat not tho one important fact lt R?verai hundred balos of inalucd at several thousand tha\.e heiiiif allowed to go to ter (PFh tho fields of Marlboro ^y. If there is too much cot plant corn or something Sci only plant what can be id. I...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 17 January 1908

i VY; ?y, Jan. in, 1008 mmui PUBLISHING co., Subscription PTICHI no year.^^'22 Six months.??O Throe months. PERSONAL. Col. C. F. Mooro of Chcraw was in town Wednesday, shipping cotton seed from his farm north of town. . E. D. Graham has sold tho Gem restaurant to T. S. Odom. Tho restaurant will continuo as at present under the management of Georgo A. Bristow. No mail from Columbia was re ceived hore Wednesday morning on account of the Seaboard train being several hours late and mis sing connection with the B. and C. at Kollock. Rey. and Mrs. T. E. Morris came from Georgetown Tuesday night on oceount of thc illness of their daughter-in-law. Mrs. Ida McLaurin Morris. ?She was in a very critical condition nt the time the Democrat went to press. Thc city primary to nominate a mayor will be held in the court house today, beginning at LO a. m. and closing at 4 p. m. Tho only candidate yet announced is Lind say J. Breeden. Several others have been spoken of but have not announced themselve...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 17 January 1908

IRK dubon So ny EPORT cen Filed for the tho Public-l?res Makea a Statomont oiuout of tho Gouio Year Just Kuded.-? vos Support of AU. '.Taylor of the South [ubon society has com al report showing the lociety since its incor ho general assembly at on. Tho report is inter it it shows the improvo riditions in the preserva fe and that until tho so ?harge there was little at ,id to the laws of this State. H submitted by Mr. Taylor ^ws: rtirch 16, 1907. there went in r>ft tho statute creating tho ??ii society of South Carolina, J?wers of a State game and f?sh Fission. On April 9, the incor 'ors held a meeting in Columbia |he following officers were elec ^ ;sident. B. F. Taylor. :i\? 'Q President, Dr. H. N. Snyder, ??.mporary secretary, George S. tey ward. Treasurer. A. It. Heyward, Jr. The following were elected to con fute the board of directors: leila Christensen, Beaufort; O. B. Columbia; Dr. P. N. Mell, Lnson College; C. P. Wray, Ridga D. II. Coker, Harrisville; Mrs. wcustine Smythe...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 24 January 1908

The Marlboro Democra ..DO THOU, GHBAT LUIBBTY, ?NHPIHH OUB SOULS AND MAKIO OUB LIVI3S IN IliY POSSESSION HA PPT OB OUB DSATHg GLOBIOU8 IN THY OAU8M." VOL. XXXIII BENNETTSVILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1908 uro. 4 To Be Held In the State House at columbia. HOW MEMBERS VOTED On (ho Question, Which was Adopt Jt ?Ml by a Largo Majority.-Tho Molnbers Decido That Usc of Hall of Repr?sentatives Should bo Glv 611 Only When Thoro Will bo No Removal of the Carpet. The house ol' representatives de cided Thursday that tho now furni ture should not bo removed, espec ially tho new carpet, which means that the South Carolina club must hereafter seek now quarters for their annual ball hold during tho Stale fair. The action of tho houso wan not taken until thoro had been considerable debate, but from tho vote ol' tlie members it could bo seen from tho start that all parliamentary ?moves to defeat tho exclusion of tho ?-Club would be of no avail. Mr. Lane's resolution refusing tho use of the hall ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 24 January 1908

AS TO LIEN LAW Mr. Woodley Sends Leiter in Re ply lo Mr. Jones. To tho Editor of Thc Stato: I sond you a fow lines in regard to Mr P F Jo?os letter on tho lion law Mr Jones seems to think if tho ijion law is killed, farming will coaso Ile thinks ho can not rent his land out and have it furnished Prob ably ho can't but ho can have it worked on shares and furnish it himself and collect his accounts .just the samo as if ho had the lien law. Mr. Jones knows that the landlord has tho right to sell all of tho crop and collect his accounts from his share cropper without a lien and when that is done Mr. Jones' land and all of tho rest that is rented out to negroes will make moro cotton por acre than it is now making. Mr. Jones says that with thc lien law he gets enough of the farm product to settle tho accounts. If he has always dono that he has been a vory lucky man. I never have known that to bo tho case. In my section there is not a year but some merchant has to close out some Honor. Mr ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 24 January 1908

BENNETTSVILLE. S, C. Friday, Jan. 24, 1908 DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO., ?Unburrlption Fried Uno year.$ 1.00 Six months.50 Throe months.25 PERSONAL. Senator T. I. Rogers spent Sun day and Monday at home. Miss Nancy Edens returned from a visit to Rowland hist week. A II Rascoo has moved from <? s Darlington street to Maple Judgo J. IL Hudson has return ed from the meeting of tho bar as sociation in Columbia. Sonntor J. JJ. McLauim is spending some time with his homo folks and taking a hunt now and then. Col. Tom C. Hamer, thc popular clerk of the House of Representa tives, spent Sunday and Monday hero. Fred Rogers has bought thc houso and lot on Cook street, whore thc late John S. Moore re sided. Miss Annie McCall carno home Monday night from Rowland, N. C., where she has been on n pleas ant visit for sometime. Dr. J C Moore, Messrs. P. Man gum, 13 F Moore and W O Tatum wore among thc visitors to town on Monday last. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Stokes, of Darlington spent Sunday with Mrs. Stoke...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 24 January 1908

tlEMLBOROMOCMT BENNETTSVIIJIJE, S, C. Friday, Jan. 24, 1008 DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO., ISubscription Prient Une year. Six months... Three months ?1.00 , .50 .25 PERSONAL. Senator T. I. Rogers spent Sun day and Monday at home. Miss Nancy Edens returned from a visit to Howland last week. A II Kascoo has moved from y s Darlington street to Maple (ijr>?. ?it. Judgo J. H. Hudson has return ed from the meeting of thc bar as sociation in Columbia. Senator J. L. McLaurin is spending some time with his home folks and taking a hunt now and then. Col. Tom C. Hamer, the popular clerk of thc House of Representa tives, spent Sunday and Monday hero. Fred Rogors has bought thc house and lot on Cook street, where the late John S. Moore re sided. v Miss Annie McCall came home Monday night from Rowland, N. C., where she has been on a pleas ant visit for sometime. Dr. J C Moore, Messrs. P. Man gum, B F Moore and W G Tatum were among the visitors to town on Monday last. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Stokes, of Da...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 24 January 1908

MAIL ORDER MENACE How ti e Cash Retail Trade ls Be lng Drawn Cityward. Amazing Growth o? Big City Con* ooma That Drain tho Country of Money. lu 'Maxwell's Talisman oro thc fol lowing remarks on tho mail order business hy Richard Hamilton Byrd: Il ia a recognize' fact that tho re tail businoss of tl o country villages und tho largo tc ,vns for that matter, 1B boing destroyed. Year by year tho once prosperous merchants ar being forced to tho wall-driven out by the mall order business. And this is tak ing ploco in faco of tho fact that the population and purchasing power of tho country districts aro,over on thc increase. What is tho matter? Tho mall order houses are draw ing tho cash retail trade from its natural channels to tho cities. The growth of this octopus has been phenomenal. From a jellylike idoa-without form- -an oxperiment lifteen years ago, it has grown to proportions that threaten the exter mination of the retail country mer chant. An idea ot the way tho money of tho peopl...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 24 January 1908

PROBING DEEP. Commission Trying to Corner Cer tain Dispensary Grafters. THE PROOF OF GUILT Id Gotting Stronger In tho Ouse ol Certain Poonta Involved in the Dis pensary Scandals-Morton A. Good man, a Liquor Drummer, Was on tho Witness Stand. Some Tell Tale Letters Head. Tho old dispensary scandals arc bo in??; ventilated again bv the commis sion appointed to wind the institu tion up. Morton A. Goodman, once a liquor salesman drawing nominally $5,000 a year with an unlimited ex pense account was placed in arrest Thursday at the instigation of At torney Genera] Lyon and the special attorneys representing the commis sion for the winding up of the af fairs of the State dispensary. The charge is conspiracy to defraud the State. He subsequently offered a cash bond of $25,0 00. The commis sion examined only one witnessThurs day. He came voluntarily to estab lish his claim but left a prisoner. GOODMAN'S TESTIMONY. After being sworn, Goodman said be had been a representative of Ull man &...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 24 January 1908

BENNETTSYILLE, S, 0. ^ DEMOC??T^PUBLI8HIH6 CO., W. F. CALDWELL, EDITOR Friday, Jan. 24, 1908 MUST BE PAID FOR. Section 436, division 3, of thc now postal laws and regulations, issued Jan. 1, 1008, says: "Unless subscriptions aro ex pressly renewed after tho term for which they aro paid, * * they shall not bo counted in the list of legitimate subscribers, and copies mailed on account thereof shall not bc accepted at the second class postage rate of ono cent a pound, but may be mailed at the transient second-class postage rate of one cent for each four ounces or fraction thereof, prepaid by stamps aflixed." The Democrat lias heretofore been very lenient with its sub scribers. Some of them are sev eral years behind, but tho paper is Still being sent to them. This policy will have to be changed, however. We do not care to bave to pay extra postage and paste stamps on thc papers of delinquent subscribers, besides being out of the use of our money. So the Democrat is going to be run on th...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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