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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 24 January 1908

THE FINAL SUMMONS Mr. J. L. Stubbs ?.nd Mrs. Jane Winson Dead. Mr. J JJ Stubbs, a prominent citizen and farmer of tho Lester section of this county died sudden ly last Saturday morning at tho homo of his brother in Sumter in the sixty-eight year of his ago. The remains were brought iu hore on tho 12 o'clock train from Sum ter on Saturday and tho funeral took place on Sunday, being con ducted by tho Kov. W P Meadows. Interment was in Smyrna ceme tery. Mr. Stubbs was one ono of the most prominent and influential cit izens of tho county. Ho was a gal lant soldier serving as a member of ?otnpany B 24th South Caroli na regiment in the Civil war. On many a hard fought battle held in the western armies he showed his caliber and no bettor soldier ever Jived. Mr. Stubbs is survived by four sons and one daughter. His wife died last August procediug her husband to the gravo only by a few months. Ho was a faithful member of the Methodist church and a power for good iu his com munity. Mrs. dane ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 24 January 1908

BIG SENSATION Coated in Columbia by the Old Dispensary Commission. WHAT CAUSED IT ALL. Tho Letter and Proposed Agreement That liaised thc Hornet's Nest. Names of Prominent Charleston ami Columbia Gentlemen Figure in the Caso.-They All Deny They i .They Are Guilty, Tlie commission appointed to wind up the old State Dispensary, sitting as ?i court, of Inquiry, held a special meeting <>n last Wednesday for tho purpose of making an Investigation of a certain letter purporting to bo signed by W. D. Hoy, n prominent liquor manufacturer of Louisville, Ky., and addressed to varions cred itors of the Stale dispensary. Tho letter, which is published in full herewith, fell into tho hands of Hon. W. P. Stevenson, attorney for tho commission, and ho advised thc coin mission that lt was a matter which demanded immediato consideration at their bands. The matter created a sensation as tho names of several prominent genllomon wero connect ed with lt. The hitter is as follows: Lotter Hoy Wrote....

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 31 January 1908

MA ?DO THOU, GREAT LllSBllTY, INSPIRB OUI* SOULS AND MAKE OUll LIVH8 IN TH? POSSESSION HAPPY OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." VOL. XXXII ( BENNETTS VILLIS S. C., FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1908 NO. 5 AWFUL TRAGEDY In a Crowded Cate in the City of New York. * MURDER ANO SUICIDE. Frank Brady, Newspaper Advertis ing Solicitor, Made Target for Five ^^IMstol Hillls from Weapon in the Hands of Woman at, Whose House Ile Had Hoarded, Which Created a Panic in Cale. Tho was a .lerrihle tragedy enact ed tu a crowded cafe in the city of New York on Thursday. Swooping through tho crowded restaurant taltOS ni? the eighth Moor of Macy's department and Into tho gentlemen's cafe, a tall, stylishly dressed woman bent for a moment over the shoulder of ?I ?liner, whispered something in his ear and then drawing a revolver from (HM- mufi emptied the contents of tim live chambers into his body. H As the victim. Frank Brady, a newspaper advertising solicitor, Blip ped lifeless to the iloor, tho woman flung t...

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. — 31 January 1908

..DO THOU, GREAT LIUBKTT, IN BPI KB OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUIl LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUBH." VOL. XXXII \ BENNETS VILL E, S. C., FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1908 NO. 5 AWFUL TRAGEDY In a Crowded Cafe in tits City of New York. MURDER AND SUICIDE. Frank Brady, Newspaper Advertis ing Solicitor, Made Target for Five ^PfrlMstol Ital ls from Weapon in thc Hands of Woman at Whose House Ho Had Hoarded, Which Created j n Panie in ('ale. The was a .terrible tragedy enact ed in a crowded cafo in the eily of ] New York on Thursday. Swooping through the crowded restaurant faites up the eighth floor of Macy's d?partaient mid Into the gentlemen's cafe, a tall, stylishly dressed woman i beni l'or a moment over tho shoulder j of a diner, whispered something in his ear and then drawing a revolver from her muff emptied tho contents of the Aye chambers Into bis body.' ^ As the victim, Frank Brady, a j newspaper advertising solicitor, slip ped lifeless to the Moor, tho woman' ...

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. — 31 January 1908

BENNBTTSYILLE, S. C, DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO., W. F. CALDWELL, EDITOR Friday, Jan. 31? 1908 MOTHER AND THE HOME. Tho nrticlo which appeared in last week's Advocate, entitled "Horne?te," from tho pon of Fur man Allon, Jr., wo reproduco in our columns today for wo want our readers to see it and also to read and enjoy. Tho article teems with beautiful fl expressions, thoughts, and ideas and tho author has dono well in setting them forth. And one fact wo want to impross, never forget that Mother is the center of homo. Sho is thc core as it wore, thc very heart blood of the home. Mother's love, Moth er's teachings and work, her sac rifices and devotion, who can be gin to estimate or compare? Truly, "Mother's love is thc most perfect reflection of thc love of God ever thrown back from the mirror of a human soul." To feel this, to know what the love of mother is let hor be taken away and then tho meas ure, not full but in part, of moth er's love will be shown. When God calls her from earth ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 31 January 1908

DJ BENNETTSVIL?iK. S, C. Friday, Jan. $t, 1908 DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO., (Subscription Price: i ne year.$ 1-00 Six months.50 Three months.25 PERSONAL. John!C Dunbar of Dalzell Sumter county was in town last week. Mr. D. 1). Mc Coll. Sr. spent several days in Columbia last week. CC Dunn, the operator for the Western union, vistcd his parents at Marvin. N. C. recently. Mrs A D Rogers lins boon spend ing several days with her motlier nt Maxton. The comity road force, is haulimr gravel from west ol' town to thc Ul en ho im road. L C McArthur, of Pnrkton, visited at the homo of Mrs. T 0 Weatherly recently. Mr Ceo. A. Rr ito w leaves Fob ? st to take charge of thc Crescent Cafe and Womens Exchange in Atlanta. T B McLaurin is tearing down the old Cook house and will build a handsome resilience where the house now stands. Mr. and Mrs. (1 A Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller were re ceived into thc Presbyterian church Sunday morning. Tom D Pate and his bride have moved to his mothers plantation...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 31 January 1908

PASSED THE HOUSE. The Repeal of the Lien Law Now Almost Certain. Strong Argument? Made on lloth Sidos.-Believed That tho Hill Will Pass tho Sonnto. An overwhelming volo in tho house passod Mr. Richards* bill for tho re peal of tho lion law to a third read ing Friday morning. The hill passed was very short, being as follows: "Section 1. That section 3059, voluino 1, codo of laws, South Caro lina, 1D02, relating to lions for ad vances, bo, and tho samo is hereby, repealed. Soc. 2. That all acts or parts of acta inconsistent with this act be, and tho sair.o aro hereby, repealed. "Provided, This act uhall take ef fect on the first day of January, A. 1). 1909." When special order bills were reached Mr. Richards at once called for tho lien law measure. Mr. Ruck or, who had tho floor tho day before when tho proceedings were Intorupt ed by (len. Loo's speech, was rcog nlzcd. Mr. Hacker slated at the outset that he was In a hopeless min ority, but he thought tho gonernl as sembly was making ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 31 January 1908

A GENTLE ROAST Given Secretary Cortelyou By Te tutor Tillman Because He FAILED TO RESPOND To a Itcsolutlon of tho Se?alo in Reference to tho Issue of Panania Hoads.-Senator Aldrich Defends ?ortelyuu mid Make Excuses for Him, Which Onuses Senator Till man to Use Some Caustic K?nincks. Just before tim tin Ked States Sonni o adjourned Tuesday Senator Aldrich received a letter from Sec rotary Cortelyou explaining the de lay that has been experienced in his reilly to the resolution calling on him for information concerning the recent Panama canal bond Issue and tho lotter was promptly laid before the senate. Karl lor In tho day Sena- 1 tor Tillman indulged In caustic, com ment upon what he characterized as the secretary's apparent "diso- 1 bed lonee" to a sonato resolution. In his letter Mr. Cortelyou said: "1 am sorry that there should have been a misunderstanding as to tho time when my answer to the sonate resolution regarding the treasury operations would be sent. In. Had I boen advis...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 31 January 1908

A GENTLE ROAST Given Secretary Cortelyou By ie lator Tillman Because He FAILED TO RESPOND To ll Resolution of tho Sciltlto tn ltoference to tho Issue of Panama Hoods.-Senator Aldrich Defends Cortelyou and Make Excuses for Him, Which Causes Senator Till man to Use Some Caustic Remarks. Just before tho United States Senate adjourned Tuesday Senator aldrich received a lotter from Sec retary Cortelyou explaining the tie lay that has been experienced In his reilly to the resolution calling on him for information concerning tho recent Panama canal bond issuo and tho lotter was promptly laid before tho senate. Barlior in tho day Sena tor Tillman indulged in caustic com ment upon what ho characterized as tho secretary's apparent "diso bedience" to a sonato resolution. In his letter Mr. Cortelyou said: "I um sorry that there should have been a misunderstanding as to the Ihne when my answer lo the senate resolution regarding tho treasury opera!ions would be sent In. Had I been advised of your...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 31 January 1908

A GENTLE ROAST Given Secretary Cortelyou By f e lator Tillman Because He FAILED TO RESPOND To a lu-solution of tho Semite In Deference to tho Issue of Panama Hoods.-Senator Aldrich Defends Cortelyou and Malu? Excuses for Him, Which Causes .Senator Till man to Cse Sumo Caustic Domarles. Just before tho United States Se?alo adjourned Tuesday Senator Aldrich received a letter from Sec retary Cortelyou explaining tho de lay that has hoon experienced in his reilly to the resolution calling on him for information concerning the recent Panama canal bond Issuo and tho letter was promptly laid before Hu; senate. Earlier in tho day Sena tor Tillman Indulged in caustic com ment upon what ho characterized as the secretary's apparent "diso bedience" to a sonato resolution. In his lotter Mr. Cortelyou said: "I am sorry that there should have beim a misunderstanding as to the time when my answer lo the sonato resolution regarding the treasury operations would bo sent In. Had I been advised of your...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 31 January 1908

SOME THINGS ARE HUMOROUS WHICH OCCURED DURING THE FIRE FRIDAY A vS.vd Group, Some Sleepy Chick ens, A Fire Extinguisher, are Among the Number. Among the most "touching" in cidents ot' tho recent lire may li classed this one as related by a c.ye witness, who, however, ga\\ no names and for the same reason this is a ''nameless"' article. There was a group standing last Friday morning watching thc progress ol' the lire in front of thc recont stand ol' the Marlboro Drug Company. Their faces were lon*: drawn and very .sad and they watched thc rapid progress of thc destructive monster with dread and trembling. v'l tell you sin will go in a minute," said one willi un anxious look on his face. "Won tier if we could lind some menin of saving it,"1 another of the grotll ejaculated with his careworn fact turned toward the blaze. "Oh Kellows there she <j;oes, "cried an other one ol' the heavily ladei when the Hames at last consum?e the building and its contents Casting one. long last look at...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 31 January 1908

The Home as a Prodater of Hap piness. The influence of the homo upon happiness can hardly bo overesti mated. Tho family is tho groat American institution, and yet for some reason, no scholar has given us a history of tho influence of tho homo upon individual happiness and cultured civilization in gener al. If Bishop Bryco has written tho history of our laws that make a man's house his castle, it re gains for their students to traco tho riso and growth of rich affec tion that turns a houso into a real homo. Kvory member of tho fam ily should pride himself with tho fact that it is his duty to lend a hj^nng hand in making tho homo aplico of happiness. They who love their own and aro beloved can say, "Let events do their best, I have a happy home." Immcsurablo, tho influ ence of tho homo upon a man's commerce and iuelustry. Tho history of invention and tools is very largely tho story how when some now want or kunger has arisen in tho home, man has gone forth to provide some means for sa...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 31 January 1908

HE GAVE UP. Allen Emerson, Murderer of Mi. Drake, Voluntarily Surrenders ENTERS ON LIFE TERM. A Rowan! of $1,100 Was Offered for Ills Capturo.-Hr Says Ho 1H Not Worried About, tho Crime Ho Com mittee], Hut Was Iteniorsoful Be cause lt. Was Suspected That Ile Had Hoon Aided hi ICscupe. Allon Knierson, convicted, mur derer, refugee from justice, with a Standing reward of $1,100 for his capture dead Or alive, gave himself up to the authorities of Anderson county and donned the garb of a convict at tho South ?Carolina Peni tentiary. Ile was 111 lllditlg foi' live months and np lo (hf very minuto that he walked ont into tin-, middle ol' the lone public road in I lie soul beril part of Anderson county last Satur day night, and retooled himself to an oflieor ot' tho'lnw his whereabouts were a niysleiy to the authorities. rcmcrson was delivered io tho pen itentiary authorities Monday after noon at 4:30 o'clock hy Sheriff 1 drei ii of Anderson county. ICmerSon was shaved and got the regulati...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 7 February 1908

Ttie Marlboro Democrat r "DO THOU, GREAT LIBERTY, IN BRI RE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY OAUSE." VOL XXXIIi BENNETTS VILLI], S. C., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1008 NO. 6 THE STATE WINS Judge Prichard Refuses to Inter fere in the Dispesnary Matter. GRAFT HUNT GOES ON. Whiskey Dealer? Who Swindled tho State Will Have to Paco tho Music or Do Without Their Money That May De Owed Thom Dy tho Old South Carolina State Dispensary Authorities. At Asheville, N. C., on Wednesday Judgo Prichard in tho United States circuit court denied tho petition of Fleisehniann &. Co., of New York and refused to appoint a receiver for the South Carolina State Dispen sary fund of $$00,000, against which there are alleged to bo claims ag gregating $600,000. Tho Judge mado his announce ment during tho afternoon session, after attorneys for tho dispensary >, ' commission had presented their hill i In answer to the sensational, charges made In the Fleisehniann...

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. — 7 February 1908

Tire Marlboro Democrat _' ""? TllOU' qnBAT MMBTV. UWMBB OLK SOULS AND MAKE OMI LIVES IN TH? POSSESSION HAPPY Olt OUKT>EAT1IS ?IXMtlOtB IN TH Y~ "cAUSE/* "-=1 VOL XXXII}_BENNETTS VILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1908 NO. ft THE STATE WINS Judge Prichard Refuses to Inter fere in the Dispesnary Matter. ? _ GRAFT HUNT GOES ON. Whiskey Deniers Who Swindled tho Slate Will Hnve to Paco tho Muslo or Do Without Their Money That May Do Owed Them Dy the Old South Carolina stnte Dispensary Authorities. At Asheville, N. C.. on Wednesday Judge Prichard in tho United Slates circuit court denied tho petition of Flcischniann &. Co., of New York and refused to appoint a receiver for the South Carolina State Dispen sary fund of jsoo.ooo, against which there are alleged to bo claims ag gregating $000,000. The Judge made his announce ment during tho afternoon session, after attorneys for tho dispensary commission had presented their hill . in answer to the sensational charges made lu the Fleisch...

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. — 7 February 1908

(Copyright 1007 by Henry O, Paganl.) A faco enough Uko Bismarck's to analto tho resomblanco startling, a ?lender, wiry, boyish figure topped by n white head, n manner soli-assured, lyot novor coarsely uggrcsslvo. There, din a nutsholl, ls tho personality of ono of tho most picturesque, Interesting flgures la all Now England-that of \V. JJ. Douglas, ox-Governor ot' Massachu setts. But it is not colony as ox-Oovernor, or Indeed 'is statesman ai all, that tho .world at largo knows Mr. Douglas, A quarter-mile of factories, a yearly out put of somothlng over three million pairs of shoos, ami a faco tliat looks out from tho advertising columns of eight thousand newspapers-Ihcso aro tho outward attributes that have made the namo of >v. L. Douglas so familiar | irom Maine to California. Tho story of the man who could make himself so woll known; his socrot of achievement, his lifo history and ids hints on business success will not only be of intoiost, but of prolU to every Claas of roador...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 7 February 1908

CROSSES OF HONOR. Were Bellowed La.sl Friday on the Veterans Although the weather was cold ftt-d threatening there were a num hcr of confederate soldiers pres ent last Friday to receive their crosses of honor from tho Daugh ters of the Confederacy, and every one enjoyed the day to the fullest extent. The veterans aseemblcd al the home of Mrs I) I) M et-oil, presi dent of tin? Marlboro Chapter U J) C, where they wore cordially received and trented to coffee, cake and fruits. Before leaving, each ; etenm was givon a red bandanna handkerchief, which they tied around theil" necks to protect them from the cold wind during the march. Thc veterans marched to the court house, preceded l>y tho Daughters of tho Confederacy. The pupils and teachers of tho Murchison school also marched in a body to attend the exercises: Sheri if J li Green, comnandor j of Camp Hcnagan, presided. Chaplain .1 (J Richards invoked divine blessing. DD McColl Jr then addressed the veterans as fol lows: i "Members ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 7 February 1908

NEW LABOR LAW As lt Passed the House on Last Thursday Morning IN PLACE OF OLD LAW Which lins Deon Declared Unconstitu tional By Doth F?deral mid State Courts-It Has Been Designed to Stand tho Test of tho Courts and to Regulato tho Labor on the Farms. Besides killing thc prohibition hill the House Thursday acted OU another vory niportiint measure, passing to third reading without debato tho hill ' prepared hy tho judiciary committee providng a labor contract system to take tho place of tho law declare \ unconstitutional hy both F?deral and Stato courts. The full text of tin? bill as it passed thc House as fol lows: Section 1. That any person who shall hereafter contract with another to render him personal service of any kind, and shall thereafter fraudulent ly, or with malicious Intent to Injure bis employer, fail or refuse lo rea der such service? as agreed upon, shall bo doomed guilty of a misdemeanor. Section 2. That any person who Khali hereafter contract lo secure from nnoth?r p...

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. — 7 February 1908

GIVEN GOOD TERMS. Two Scoundrels Sent to fha Peni tentiary From Lexington. For Twenty-Fivo Yeara Roch For Assaulting a Man ami Attempting a Worst Crime ou a Woman. At the term of tho Lexington Court lust week tho two negroes who some months ugo committed un at troci? us assault on Mr. and Mrs. Bickley, of that county, were tried and convicted hy Judge Wilson to twenty-live years In tho Penitentiary One night the l\vo negroes went to thoc ountry store kept hy thc Bick leys, and while ono of thom asked Mr. Bickley to Como oui sido and aoll him some whiskey, the other remained in the store, whore Mrs. Hinkley also stayed. A gua was tired and Mr. Hinkley was shot. At the sound of tho gun tho negro Inside seized Mrs. Bick loy and attempted a horrible crtm o. While his wife was In tho clutches of this brute, Mr. Bickley, wounded and bleeding, staggered Into tho ?tore and reached for his shotgun lu tho corner. The negro hm do his es cupe, however. The alarm was given and tho two negroes we...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 7 February 1908

BENNETTS VILLE, S. C. DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO., W. F. CALDWELL, EDITOR Friday, Fob. 7, 1008 BY PRECEPT AND EXAMPLE. This .year is campaign year and everything from the President ol' the ll ni teil States down to tho smallest oftico holder is to he e lected. Although the regular open ing of tho campaign is some months oil, still polities arti on the move mid candidates are coming out of the woods and announcing them selves along with their platforms. ^",th us of Marlhoit) the, elec tion of the state ollicers and the county ollicers are the principal things of interest. That the pres ent Governor and almost the en tire set of state ollicers will be re elected is well nigh a forcgonocon clusion. And that is all right. They have made good records ami deserve another term. One. of the principal things is to vole for the best man. .Maybe the best man isn't as w ann a per sonal friend of yours as another candidate but that should not be an excuse for not voting for him. Vote lor the best ma...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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