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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 7 February 1908

?illi?ll?i? BBNNBTTSVILLB, S, C. Friday, Fob. 7, 1908 DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING GO., Subtfi'.rlptiOM Crlce: ?/iie year. Six months.. . Th reo months $ 1.00 , .50 .25 PERSONAL Miss Parrott, of Hurtsville, is visiting Mrs Percy W allace. L. S. Welling, of Darlington, was in town lari week. Miss Oar ris Pegues, of Cl ie raw, is visiting Mrs A. C. Sinclair. L JS Mattie McCall is in Max ton on a visit to her sister. The legislative delegation spent Sunday and Monday woth homo folks. Kev. C. A. ?Iones spent last 'week in North Carolina on busi ness. E. M. Rowe has moved to C. li. Crosland's new house on Cook Street. Mrs W. li. Sanders, spent Sun day with her Eather, C. Price, at Darlington. The crowd in town on Monday was large and a rushing business Wffrl done. \V M Stevenson of tile local bar, spent several days in Columbia lust week. Miss Hell Jennings, of Fayette ville, is the guest ol Mr. and Mrs 1 knights Jennings. ?I. li. Owens spent several days last week in Virginia, laking in Richmond...

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. — 7 February 1908

PRISON HELLS In Which Captured Confederate Soldiers Were Confined DURING CAPTIVITY. Thc Pei sonni Recollection of An Old Confederate Soldier, Who Spent Some Timo in tho Prison Wrns of thc North During the War, Published in Reply to Cor poral Tanner's Tirade. To tho Editor of The Nows and Courier: I have road with feollngs of i disgust the article headed "Union j Veterana Indignant," in Tho Sunda* News of tlio 2G Inst. Corel. Tanner said: "When tho ac cursed soul of Capt. Wlrz (loafed Into tho corridors of heil tho devil recog nized that his only possible compel? tor was there." This may bo ac counted for by tho fact that Capt. A Walker, provost marshal of tho pris on cami at Hart's Island, N. Y., was still living. I can well remember, as n boy sill! in my teens, my arrival, at this pen In tho month of March, lX'.ir,, after spending a (boo at Pollock Street Jail at Now Horn, N. C. ll was tl fearfully cold, windy day, and when we reached tho sheds, occupying throo Bides of a square an...

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. — 14 February 1908

Tiie Marlboro Democrat """""~~~~~~~~~~~ ' ..... - - ?- . ? i 'ngiy m f "DO THOU, OH KAT L.IBNRTY, INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUH IA VHS IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OH OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." YOL XXXII {_BENNETTS VILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1908 SHOT BY HIS SON Judge Hargls, Famous Figure in Kentucky Political Annals. DIES WITH BOOTS ON. Bondi Hargls, Young Son of tho C Judge, While Drinking Shoots IDs, Father Five linio? in His Own Store.-The Dead Man Was Mixed Up in Many Scrapes and Had Deon Tried for Murder. At Jackson, Ky., former County Judge James Hargls, for many years mem lier of tho Stale Democratic exe cutive committee, accussod of com plicity in many killings, and a prom inent figure in tho feuds which have disrupted Broathltl County for sever al years, was shot and killed In his store about 3:30 I'. M. Thursday by kia son, Beach Hargls. The son fired five shots In rapid succession at his I ? father, who fell dead While his clerks were walling on customers. 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. — 14 February 1908

BENNETTS VILLE, S, C, DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO., W. F. CALDWELL, EDITOR Friday, Feb. 14, loos FOR BIENNIAL SESSIONS. In looking"over tho work which hus beeil done ami tho time which has been wasted we can readily say tiiat South Carolina does not need a mooting of tho loishituro every year. And the present session of this body has only oinphasized this fact more forcibly than ever. In accordance with tie? law tho legislature meets on the second Tuesday in January which was the 12th of that Month this year. ll continues in session for forty days and that is the length of the time which they receive pay. They can continue the.session after thal, limo if they want to but they must servo without pay and we have yet to seo them doing that. Tho legislature this year, like most of the other years, has done partically nothing. We venture to say that they could have trans acted all business which was neces-1 .sary in two days at the most. Hut instead of that they have killed time in running ov...

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. — 14 February 1908

Time for Paying Taxes Tho time for paying taxes for tho past year was out on tho first day of this January. At that time according to tho laws of tho state a penalty of one percent was imposed on all who remained un paid. On the first of February a penalty of two percent was impos ed and still many remain unpaid. Thc penalty increases every month and thc longer one waits the more the taxes will bo. It was stated in thc Treasurer's r,y oilice thc other day that a number luid us yet neglected to pay their taxes. This is accounted for in various ways, Oin1 reason given is that several people, notably the i cotton holders, wanted to hold their crops and they figured thal it iy'- would bc elie!.per tu pay this pen alty than borrow money. Anoth er, ol' course, is that thc matter has just slipped tho attention of some of them, while othol'S still have simply not paid because they were not minded to. In thc ellice of thc county audit or returns are being made for this coming year, lt is sla...

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. — 14 February 1908

Time for Paying Taxes The time for paying taxes for tho past year was out on tho first day of this January. At that time according to the laws of tho state a ponai ty of one percent was imposed on all who remained un paid. On tho first of February a penalty of two percent was impos ed and still many remain unpaid. The penalty increases every month and the longer one waits the more the taxes will bo. lt was stated in the Treasurer's fb. oiUcc thc other day that a number had as yet neglected to pay their taxes. This is accounted for in various ways, One reason given is that several people, notably tho cotton holders, wanted to hold theil1 crops and they figured that it V^?/' would be Cheaper to pay this pen alty than borrow money. Anoth er, ol' course, is that the matter has just slipped the attention of some ol' them, while others still have simply not paid because they were not minded to. In the oilico ol* the county audit or returns are being made for this coming year. I t is state...

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. — 14 February 1908

Hughes mid tho Trusts. In the financial column of the New York Journal of Commerce on January 25 it was said; "Downtown bankers arc thinking of organizing; to support Governor Hughes for the presidency. He is ardently support ed by Standard Oil, but he ?nay not eare to have ttiis fact widely adver tised." As the Journal of Commerce is the most reliable authority on fi Ilance and business, no doubt the in lormation that Governor Hughes is "ardently supported" by the Stand dard Oil Trust influence is true. Where all the cash came from that elected him governor has been a dis puted question. Some said the Wall Street bankers furnished "tho boo dle", but as the Rockefeller inter ests are so ardently supporting Gov. Hughes for tho Presidency probably the same interests furnished tho bulk of his campaign fund when running for governor and will no doubt try to swamp the Democracy with its millions if Gov. Hughes is the Republican candidate for Presi dent. These Republican reformers have qu...

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. — 14 February 1908

LAUDS TEDDY For the Brave Stand He Has Tak en For the People. IN A LATE MESSAGE. Rourke Cockran Defends tho Domo? eratic Porty, Praises President Roosevelt for His Message, Which Ho Says Outlines the Conditions Under Which Heyan Decoraos tho Ordained Champion. During tho consideration of tho Indian appropriation hill in tho House Mr. Townsend, ol' Michigan, delivered a speech tn which ho re hearsed thc history of Republican legislation, which, ho said, ho did for the purpose of "disputing the unwar ranted claims of our Democratic brethren." Ho was not, ho said, defending tho prosont Administration. "It needs no defence with the American peo ple," he said. "Its record will Ilu mino tho pagos of United Slab's his tory and mark an epoch In popular government." Ile declared that the student of the future, would point lo if. as "tho period when the people carno into tho possession of their own by establishing by facts tho theories of a Republic., whereby Federal law is onaotcd for no cla...

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. — 14 February 1908

LAUDS TEDDY For the Brave Stand He Has Tak en For the People. IN A LATE MESSAGE. Rourke Cockran Defends tho Demo cratic Party, Praises President K<><>s<>veli tor Hts Message, Which lio Says Outlines tho Conditions Under Which Rrynn Recomes tho Ordained Champion, During tho consideration of tho Indian appropriation hill In tho House Mr. Townsend, of Michigan, ?louvered a speech in which he re hearsed the history of Republican legislation, which, ho said, he did for tho purpose of "disputing tho unwar ranted claims ol' our Democratic bro! bron." Ho was not, he sahl, defending tho prosent Administration. "It. needs no defence with tho American peo ple," ho said. "Its record will ilu mino tho pagos of Pulled States his tory and mark an epoch In popular government." Ho declared that the student of the future would point to it as "tho period when the people came into tho possession of their own by establishing by facts tho theories of a Republic, whereby Federal law is o...

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. — 14 February 1908

LAUDS TEDDY For the Brave Stand He Has Tak en For the People. IN A LATE MESSAGE. Rourke Cockran Dotando tho Domo eratic Party, Praises President Roosevelt for lils Message, Which Ho Says Oui lines the Conditions Under Which I try an Recomes tho Ordained Champion. During tiie consideration of tho Indian appropriation bill in the House Mr. Townsend, or Michigan, delivered a speech in which be re ('"- ?- hearsed the history of Republican (> legislation, Which, be said, ho did for tho purpose of "disputing tho unwar ranted claims of our Democratic brothron." Ho was not, he said, defending tho present Administration. "It. needs no dofenco with tho American peo ple," he said. "Its record will Ilu mino tho pagos of United States his tory and mark an epoch in popular govorninont." Ho declared that the student of the future would point to it. as "tho period when the people (ramo into tho possession of their own by establishing liv facts the theories of a Republic, whereby Federal law is e...

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. — 14 February 1908

Marlboro's Record. Below is tho voto of tho Marl boro members of the legislature on important measures, as shown by tho official journals of tho house and senate. On Mr Lane's resolution to de ny tho uso of the hall of tho house of representatives that would ne cessitate thc removal of tho furni ture and carpet, Mr JVIcColl de manded tho yens and nays. Gib son and Lane voted for tho resolu tion, and McColl against it. lt passed, GO to 50. This prevents the slate hall being held in thc hall. An amendment was offered thal thc resolution should not apply ti the South Carolina club. Tim was defeated, 01 to li>< McCol voted for thc amendment, and (iib soiland Lane against it. The bill to nnicnd thc libel hiv so as to allow newspapers to eleni themselves by making aP?*9?M and correction of unintentional cr roi s that might reflect on any one was killed, s:> to 21, Gibson vo ted for thc bill, Lane and McCol against it. Gibson's bill to require count: officers to go into office on ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 14 February 1908

' E MARLBORO DEMOCRAT B?NNETTSVIL/IiB. S, C. Friday, Feb. 14, 1908 DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO., subscription rrleei \ na year. Six months. . . Three months $ 1.00 . .50 .25 PERSONAL Mr. .1. IO. Nortnenl was in the C(( \v Saturday. Quite a largo crowd was in town Saturday and business was brisk. The. sleet which fell last week made things feel like winter time. Mr and .Mrs. ,J. W. While haye go( io Florence l'or a short visit. jMiss Eunice Kelley is visiting her sister Mrs. William Kirkley in Cheraw. Senator Me Laurin has bought the PostofUco building from Frank Emanuel. K M Prall spent Sunday with his father, Kev U N Pratt in Colum bia. Mrs T K Stokes, ol' Darlington, is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Smith Newton. Charlton Carlisle went to Rcn nort, N C, Sunday lo visit his sis ter, Mrs Luther McIntyre. II II Newton Esq attended the meowing of the state live stock as sociation in Columbia last week. Mr. John Fox addressed a meet ing at Cheraw last week in the interest of w aterw ays i...

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. — 14 February 1908

THE NEW KING Ascends the Throne of Portugal and That Country is UNDER A NEW REGIME Premier Tranco, Who Was Made Dictator by the Murdered Klug. Has Uccn Driven From Onice, and a Now Cabinet Has Boon Formed, Which lt Is Hoped Will Bring Fence (o Portugal. A dispatch from I,ibsen, Portugal, Rays under a new reghuo with a King and the establishment of a new Cabiueat, Portugal seems to ho for tho mouton! al peace. There is an underlying current of revolution, however, ?o?d the strictest measure* are hoing taken to preserve order. Franco, the once dictator, was forced to rosiga because of tho bit terness ot' tho people against him, and tho Cabinet will strive for thc wei faro of tho fatherland under the Presidency ot" Rear Admiral do A nuirai. An ofllcial statement glvi n out was to tho effoct that the President, of tho Cabinet would bo supported bj all the groups of monarchists, who bad agreed to forget previous differ ences . The situation for Premier Franco, aller tho assassination of ...

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. — 21 February 1908

The Marlboro Democrat 'DO THOU , GREAT LIBERTY, INSPIRE OUR SOI LS AM) MAKIO OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OH OUB DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." VOL XXXIU_ BENNETTS VILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1008 NO. 8 MANY KILLED And Much Proporty Destroyed by a Dest'.uUive Cyclone. SWEEPS TEXAS TOWN Two Known to Bo Demi ami Many Fatalities Aro Feared-Buildings ' 1^ Flattened and Wi?? Linos Prostrat ed-Tornado Visits Mississippi Wip ing Out Three Towns, Desi roy lng filfo and Property in Many IMuccs. Tylor, Texas, was swept by (In most disastrous tornado in its history before daylight Friday. Coining from tho southwest, tho storm swept I over tho main residence quarter of] the city, leaving a trail of death and d?vast?t ion. The known dead are C. A. Franois, agent of tim Dallas News, and bis wl'e and batty and a negro, Mose Eco. I Francis's body was found a hun dred yards from his wrecked homo. Tiie laxly of his child was found in the street. Mrs. Francis was in tito ^, wreckage of the...

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. — 21 February 1908

The Marlboro Democrat 1 "DO THOU, GREAT LIBERTY, INSPIRE OUR SOULS AM) MAKIO OLK LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OK OUK OK vms GLORIOUS IN THY OAUSE." VOL XXXI I ! _DIANN ETTSVI L I Ai, S. C., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1J)08 N0. 8 MANY KILLED And Much Property Destroyed by a Destructive Cyclone. SWEEPS TEXAS TOWN Two Known to Ho Dead ?ml Many Fatalities Aro Feared-Buildings Flattened and Wiro Lines Prostrat ed-Tornado Visits Mississippi Wip ing Ont Three Towns, Destroying Lifo and Property In Many Piucos. Tylor, Texas, was swept, liv tho most disastrous tornado in its history before daylight Friday. Coining from the southwest, tho storm swept ovor tho main residence quarter ?d' the city, leaving a trail of death and d?vast?t ion. The known dead are C. A. Francis, agent of the Dallas News, and his wife and baby and a negro, Mose L?ee. Francis's body was found a hun dred yards from his wrecked homo. Tho body of his child was found in tho street. Mrs. Frunc?s was in tho wreckage of thc buildi...

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. — 21 February 1908

THE MARLBORO DEMOCRAT BENNETTS VILLE, S. C. DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO., W. F. CALDWELL, EDITOR Friday, Keb. 21 j lOOb" THE DISPENSARY INVESTIGA TION. That dispensary commission is bringing out sonic, mightily inter esting facts and it louies to us as ?I' some people had hotter begin to get shaky about thu Knees. ICiicli tiny that they have been in ses sion and tho more the investiga tions tho moro deeper tho pro Wo rs have gone and they now bid l'air to get nt the very bottom of thc whole rottenness which ruled the old dispensary und through it tho whole state for years. Wc rejoice in this. Il is gratifying to know that wo have such a fearless und able attorney general tis ?) Ionizer Lyon. lt wns ho, alono, with some others, who lirsl as members of tho com mittee appointed by thc legisla ture some years neo bcgtili thc un earthing bf the rottenness and the dirt winch was heine- practiced upon the slate of South Carolina, (joitig from piuco to place and ex amining thc liquor houses they...

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. — 21 February 1908

EDUCATORS OF S. CAROLINA PAPER. READ BY MRS. H. W. CARROLL JAN. 14. Before the Twentieth Century Club and Published by thc Vote Of the Club. A few days ago, while studying my subject and meditating upon which name and dale 1 should be gin, 1 happened upon thc following line in thc current number of a well known weekly, " A Pioneer ICdu cator." That was just wnat I had been wanting to lind, so 1 eagerly read what billowed, lt was this. Thc Charleston Association held its first meeting in the church ol' thc High Hills of Santee in Sum ter county, in Oct. 1VV>S. This church is one of thc oldest organi zations ol' the Baptists in the State, being established in ITT-- At this meeting thc lirst elTorts were made to found a Baptist College in S. C. A respectable and permanent fund was established for thc education! of pious young men. One of thc lirst beneficiaries of this fund was John M Roberts ol' Sumter Co. who in 17'Jl was sent to Brown University Iben R. 1. college from which he g...

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. — 21 February 1908

MEN AS FICTION READERS. In Demand For Such Roading Arc Said to Outrank Women. That men have tallou to reading fiction more thau over belora 1B a statement madu recently by Boin? persons in charge of public reading roo hi s and ! It used lt. ,iul some yea?'a .ito that women bad a monopoly of lic tlon and that men read the "heavier" literature. Now il is claimed by some authorities that the conditions arc becoming somewhat reversed and that .women do a good deal of the heavy reading. There ia a tale of a woman In one of tho suburban towns wno is so eager to leam ah that she can on these deeper subjects and tho volumes Which contain the precious matter are BO heavy that she is obliged to laing ti toy express wagon each week to ?carry them back and forth. A cataloguerer In a large publie li brary, la of the opinion that the men and women about average on reading fiction. "You soc." she said, "the businessman reads for recreation, and tlrod out with tho routine of the olllco, requires so...

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. — 21 February 1908

SHOWSUPWORLD Mr. Bryan Says New York Paper Took Republican Money IN PARKER CAMPAIGN Congressional Election of ino I, Held White Cleveland Was 1 ?ivs ide nt and llcfoi-c Bryan Han ami thc Party Lost Madly.-Claims That Ile Was for Parker jual the World Waa Against Him. In an interview Mr. Bryan says tiie KO r.?llcd map pul out by tho Now York Wot ld is worthless, ll lukins with 181)2 and omits thu Congres sional election of IS94. in that election of 1891, which was hold while Mr. Cleveland was President and whllo tho World had some Influ ence ns an advisor in the purty, tho Republican majority on the Congres sional candidates was la?wi than i? was lu either 1896 or 1!U)0, and the Republican majorit> In Congress was largor as n result of that elect ?en then lt was as a rosall (d' IS96 and t 900. Tho World will md accuse m.' of being the leader of tho Democrat ic party al thal lime, and yet th.' par ty suffered a moro disastrous defeat ?han il suffered in either (d' the cam paigtlS i...

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. — 21 February 1908

Clio News. Clio, Fob 17.-On Wednesday evening a crowd of friends mot at McLucas cemetery to honor the remains of Mr. Joseph Smith at his gravo where he was laid to rest in thc 86th year of his a<re, by the remains of his wife who found lier resting place there 24 years ago Mr. Smith was a native of this county and proved to bo one of its most, quiet, as well as useful citi zens. As a member of Co. li 4th cavalry, lu? proved to bo as true and brave in war as ho was quiet anil Luid in peace. Always honor able and reliable as a soldier and civilian he leaves behind bim H record untarnished by evil deeds ol* any Lind, lint few men have moro relatives and friends to join in sympathy with his bereaved .sons, six in number, all stalwart, useful and as reliable as their ven erable father. Ile leaves also one daughter who is the wife ol' Kev. .J K Dowd, and resides near Raleigh, X. C. l?or many years a true and loyal member of tho M. 15. church. Assisted by Kev. .1 ?) Douglass, Kev. F ll ...

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