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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 21 February 1908

I BENNETTSVILLE, S, C. Friday, Feb. 21, 1908 BKMOCRAT PUBLISHING C0.L NubHorlptlon Crlro: ("no year.$1.00, Six months.50 Throe months.25 PERSONAL J. C. Dees is visiting relatives at Monro??, N. C. Miss Lula Hobers visited friends in Darlington last week. J. K. Owens spent several days \\ Columbia last week oil business. W. S. Howe has recently had his residence in Murchison park overhauled. J. (J. W. Cobb of Birmingham? Aln, is spending a few days in . 'own. y Miss Nellie Bristow of florence is visiting her cousin, Mrs ?I. .1. Pearson. 10. I). Sumner left yesterday morning to visit his mother in Hallsville. Jack Lehman, the. Nows and Courier representative, is in tin city on business. Miss foina McColl ol' Mullins is visiting her cousin, .Miss Daisy Freeman. Mrs. T. Iv Stokes, ol' Darling ton, is visiting luir parents Mr. and Mrs. Smith Newton. Dr ll. L. LlcitVcs and children of Kbene/er spent Sunday here at ?^o home of Mrs. II. 15, Freeman. W. L. Burroughs of Columbia, traveling pa...

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. — 21 February 1908

BEN NETTS VILLE, S, C. Friday, Feb. 21, 1908 DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO., HubHorlptlon i'rlce: C.'no yoar. Six months. Three months. PERSONAL ?J. C. Dees is visiting relatives at Monroo, M. C. Miss Lula Rogers visited friends in Darlington last week. ,). K. Owens spent several days h Columbia last week on business. XV. S. Howe bas recently had his residence in Murchison park overhauled. ,1. (?. NV. Cobb ol' Birmingham, Ala, is spending a lew days in ?own. Miss Nellie Bristow ol' Florence is visiting lier cousin, Mrs ,1. J. Pearson. L. D. Sumner left yesterday morning to visit his mother iii Hurtsville. .lack Lehman, the Nows and Courier representative, is in the city on business. Miss Kdna McColl of Mullins is visiting her cousin, Miss Daisy Freeman. Airs. T, IC. Stokes, of Darling ton, is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Smith Newton. hr R. L. Reaves ami children of Ebenezer spent Sunday here, at ?^o home of Mrs. ll? B, freeman. "NY. L. Burroughs ol' Columbia, traveling passenger agen...

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. — 21 February 1908

THE MONEY GOES How the People's Money is Spent By tho Legislature. APPROPRIATION BILL ls l'assed on by tho House of Rept'C" seutntivcs ?nd ls Sent (o a Thil'd Rending.-Almut Two Hours De voted io Debuto on M VOW Puru? graphs of Hie Hill,, Changes May He Made Haler. After a debate of over two bonis tho house yesterday sent to third reading the appropriation bill. Thorp were a few changes and ono or two of tho sections wore stricken out, but the bill as reported by the ways und menus committee wont through with debate on only a few para graphs. Among Hie changes were tile lu crease in the appropriation for usc of Columbia water fr?m $3,000 to $5,000, tho appropriation for tho on focemont of the pure food law and the refusal to appropriate $3,500 to tim annual reunion ol' Confederate veterans. There are sixteen paragraphs in the bill carrying an appropriation Of about $1,500,300. Tho legislativ? supply hill will carry an appropria lion ol' about $60,000. Tho hill which went to third re...

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. — 28 February 1908

The Marlboro Democrat f "DO THOU, GREAT LIBERTY, INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKIO OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." VOL XXXIII BENNETTS VILLE, S. C.. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1908 NO. 9 SLAYS PRIES!. Father Heinrichs Murdered While Administering the Sacrament. DIES AT THE ALTAR. The Awful Deed Done by Allo Gui?-1 eppe, An italian Anarchist, AVho Was Kneeling nt tho Altar When ' He Fired tho Fatal Shot.-The j People Wanted to Lynch the AK" vassili. At Denver, Colo., Father Leo Hein richs was shot and killed Sunday by Alio Gutseppe, aa avowed anarchist and priest hater, while the priest was administering tho sacrament at carly mass in St. Elizabeth's Caholic Church. Kneeling at thc altar rail between two men, Gulscppo pressed the muzzle of a revolver against thc body ul' tie* preist, after receiving front hint the consecrated water, ?md shot tho priest through the heart. Exclaiming "My Clod! My Clod! My God!" Father Leo fell prone in front *%of tho altar a...

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. — 28 February 1908

DREW COLOR LINE Interesting Ca.sc Before County Boar J. The county board of education spent tho day last Thursday listen ing to evidence and arguments in an appeal from tho action ol the Lester trustees who dismissed from school Vinolia Swelt on ac count of her color. The following facts were brought out : Hoyel Swetf moved thc first of tho year to Capt 1* L Brecdcn's place, in Adainsvillc, and soon uf ward started his only child, alon year old yiri, to the Lester school, which is taught by Miss Courtney Atkinson of Sumter anil Miss Vau ghn G fitton of Laurens. Tho tea chers hoard at the home of Thos A 11 uckabee, chairman ot tito hoard ol trustees. ( )n tho evoning of tho day tito day tho Swell girl en tered school Miss (tritton report* cd thc fact to Mr il uckabee and said she would ref USC to leach her, on account of her colo]-. The next morning Mr 11 uckabee called a mooting of the board of trustees lo consider the matter. They mot at the school house, heard the leach M'S statem...

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. — 28 February 1908

BENNETTS VlLhE, S. O DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO., Nu?Hcrlvt-on Price I One year.$1.00 Six months.50 Three months.25 PERSONAL Col Knox Livingston and Bu ford .hickson havo been attending court in Marion this week. Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs B 1? Moore, of Adatnsvillc visited ,J 1* Gibson, Mrs Moore's brother.. ,1 M Ilunsueker of Boykin was in town Tuesday. Jim Campbell of Marion. l<itz ?'iugh McMaster and Wade Hamp W >n Gibbes, of Columbia are can didates for Insurance Commis sioner. J T Rason, Jr., spent Sunday at Charleston. T S and K W K van s were in Columbia on Monday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. ,J C Jack son Sunday Feb. 23rd a son. Tho Misses Watts of Cheraw visited Mrs. Il B Fuller last week. Ly les Miller, of Columbia, spent Sunday with his brother, Phil Mil ler. M Mittlo is in tho North buy A ing his stock of spring and Binn * mer goods. Misses Alice and Bessie Covington of.Laurinburg, are visiting Mrs Archie Breeden. Miss Mary Grist, of Yorkville, is, visiting her sister Mrs H...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 28 February 1908

HOME TRADE PAYS. Some of the Disadvantages of Buying Goods by Mail. By Prepcr Newspaper Advertising tho J?OCiU Mcrchnnt MUT Oompare Successfully With JBig Outsider. In a recent talk Himer S. Batterson of Chicago, a noted town boomer, made tho following pertinent remarks con corning tim mail order trade and kin dred topics: 'Tho mail order houso has no advan tage over tho local stores. Tho cata logue hoaso Hoads ont a catalogue to the farmers once or twice a year. The local merchant may reach him dally lu the local press, lt costs at least $1 apiece to get out the catalogue. The local merchants send out little for ad vertising. ICvery new customer costs a catalogue house at least $1. The local merchant secures his patronage at a less ?gure. A mail order house has a large force of clerks with a large ex pense In a large city, and Its goods are shown by pictures and printed pages in catalogues. A local mcrchnnt can show lils goods In lils window dally. A local merchant has the advantag...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 28 February 1908

PARKER REPLIES. Says Blease Admitted Knowledge of the Lanahan Matter IN A TALK WITH HIM At Wright's ITotol in June, 1900, ami in Justice to All Parties Con cerned Calls on Please to Name tho "High State Official" Who Itcp resentetl the Lanallan Pinn lleforo tho Stale Hoard. To the Editor of the Nows and Courter: Flense pardon a few words in answer lo Senator Colo L. Blease in hts recent remarks In the State Sonnte with reference to my testi mony before tho winding-up commis sion. Tho absurdity of the charge of conspiracy as made by Mr. l?tense must bo apparent, but there may bc; sumo conditions not. understood by all. Neither Capt. Smyth nor my self was a supporter of Governor Ansel in thc recent campaign. Por myself, though I had the highest per sonal regard for him. I differed with him on tho issues of tho campaign and voted for another. 1 have never bad a communication with him or any one else referred to by Mr. Iliense with rOforonce to my .testimony, except with Mr. Avery Patto...

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. — 28 February 1908

PARKER REPLIES. Says Blease Admitted Knowledge of the Lanahan Matter IN A TALK WITH HIM At Wright's Hotol in June, 1000, and In Justice to All Parties Con cerned Calls on Hleaso to Name tho "Illgh Stato Official" Who Itcp reeontcd the La?aban Firm Ilcforo tho State Hoard. To the Editor of the Nows and Courier: Please nardoo a few words in answer lo Senator Cole L. Please in his recent remarks lu the State Senate with reference lo my testi mony before tho winding-up commis sion. The absurdity of tho charge or conspiracy as made by Mr. Please must bo apparent, but there may be Hinno conditions not understood by all. Neither Capt. Smyth nor my self was a supporter of Govornor Ansel in the recent campaign. For myself, though 1 bad the highest per sonal regard for bim, I differed with him on the issues of the campaign and voted for another. 1 have never had a communication willi him or any ono else referred lo by Mr. Hleaso with roforonce to my .testimony, except with Mr. Avery Pallon, l...

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. — 28 February 1908

PARKER REPLIES. Says Blease Admitted Knowledge of tho Lanahan Matter IN A TALK WITH HIM At Wright's ITotol in Juno, 1000, and In Justice to All Parties Con cerned Culls on Blease to Name tito "High State Oillcial" Who Hep reaiontcd the Lanallan Firm Hcfore tho Stnto Hoard. To the Editor of the News ami Courier: Please pardon a few words in answer lo Senator Colo L. Please in his recent remarks in the Stuto Sonate with reference to my testi mony before the wiuding-up commis sion. Tho absurdity of the charge of conspiracy as made by Mr. Please must bo apparent, but there may bo soino conflit lons not understood by all. Neither Capt. Smyth nor my self was a supporter of Governor Ansel in the recent campaign. Ker myself, though I had the highest per sonal regard for him. I di fte rod with him on tho issues of the campaign and voted for another. 1 have never had a communication with bim or any one else referred to by Mr. Pleuse with reference to my .testimony, except, with Air. Avery Pat...

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. — 28 February 1908

III MARLBORO DEMOCRAT BENNETTSYILLE, S. C. W. F. CALDWELL, EDITOR Friday, Feb. 2H, L908 ECONOMY TUE WATCHWORD. Economy is one ol' thc llrst prin- j eiples of any businessman. Lil everything he undertakes or does j the matter of economy is one ol' tho most important which he con siders. And unless he is econom- ; ical there is small chance ol' his over succeeding In anything. This law should hold (roe with tho state legislature hut the con trary seems to have been true. It is tinmted that the appropriations by our lawmakers was nearly $200,000 more thun it was hist year. Instead of being more eco nomical and cutting down thc ex pense they spent nearly $200,000 more and at this time too when they needed to cut down expenses. Wc think that this is a matter which should have thc serious con sideration of every voter this sum mer when he come to casting his ballot for his candi pates for thc legislature. He certain that the men who are chosen arc safe and conservative when it comes to th...

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. — 28 February 1908

Cohen Ca.se io Higher Court. Thc ctiso* of N Ii Cohen charged with breach of trust with fraudu lent intent, came up before Magis trate Calhoun last Friday at Clio. After an extended hearing and some legal battles, ("oben was sent up to the circuit courland his bond fixed at $500, in default of which he was remanded to jail to await trial at the approaching tenn of tho court. The style of tho ease was Paul Finch, agent vs N 1? Cohen charged with broach of trust with fraudu lent intent. Finch alleged he was district manager of tho Chicago Crayon Company and that Cohen bad been employed by tho compa ny. Ile alleged further that Co hen was in last December assigned the territory comprising Cheraw, Clio, Marion and Bonnottsville to work and deliver tho company's goods. That some timo iii Decem ber Cohen wrote :i letter to tho company slating that he hud lost some money which ho was unable to pay but thal he was trying to make arrangements to have it paid. Two more letters were introduced...

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. — 28 February 1908

GETS VERY HOT. Senator Blease Answers the Tes timony of Mr. Lewis Parker. NO LANAHAN AGENT. Submits Affidavit Fruin One of the Firm and From Members of Hoard ?)f Control-Says There Is ix Con spiracy Against Ultu by the Gov ernor and Mr. Fallon and Home Ot bet s. One day last week Senator Blease of Newberry, arose ia tho State Sen ate to a question ol' "personal priv ilege" and made some remarks re garding the testimony given before tho state dispensary commission hy Messrs. Lewis Parker and IO. A. Smythe to the effect that he had been employed by Lanallan & Son lo rep resent them before the former board ot directors of the state dispensary. Ile said : I wish to ask the Semite to allow to ho published in the journal live affidavits which l hohl. 'Mast before the campaign of I OOO, Mr. President, the report was circu lated that one in the employ of the Stale was aa agent tor a liquor house. 1 had not icy idea ii' tho world, slr. thal (hat. meant iee, and 1 Hover thought so until S...

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. — 6 March 1908

.'(fi ! The iWarlbor^b Democrat r "DO THOU, GREAT LIBERTY, INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY PO&KBSION HAPPY OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." VOL XXXI i f BENN ETTS V ILL E. S. CMIFRTD AY, M ARCH 6, 1908 NO. IO ~~ TAKES A HAND. United States Court Assumes Jur isdiction in Dispensary Matter. STATE WILL APPEAL. Lyon Suggests Timi, tin* Judge Walt ('IIM1 Question ot' Jurisdiction Is Settled Finally-Ile Says Ile Mas No Intention of Provoking Conflict. -Pritchard Declares Ile Has No Doubt of His Accuracy. , It looks like the United Stutts Court will at last take a hand in Winding up the affairs of the old Slate dispensary. At Asheville, N. C.. on Saturday the mattel- was again brought up in that court on a recent order ol' Judge Pritchard's, signed on motion of tho Wilson Distilling Com pany commission of South Carolina to appear and show cause why a re coiver should md ho appointed to take charge of tho $K 00,000 funds ( . now in tho luinds of tho commission - for tho...

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. — 6 March 1908

Safe Blowers at Work Safe blowers at Blenheim on last Friday night blew open tho safe of J .J Hood, a merchant at that place, ami secured about 801) in cash. Up to the present time there is no clue to thc robbers although every ell'ort is being mado'to locate them. In conversation over thc 'phone Saturday afternoon Mr. Hood said that tho case was simply one of pure robbery. He said that he went home as usual Friday night and although he lived not very far from the store he did not hear the least sound of any robbers. On going to the store Saturday morn ing tho front and tho side doors were found unlocked and on look ing inside it was found that tho sale doors had been blown oil' anil the money which was in the safe was gone. Further investigation showed that the men who did thc robbery "stunt"" had gotten a chisscl and an old piece ol' a mower and with these had forced an entrance and drilled tho boles in thc safe. It is not known but il is presumed that they used dynamite although ...

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. — 6 March 1908

$15,000 FIRE ON THURSDAY REID CO S STORE BURNED TO GROUND Second Fire Within Six Wee'-.s - Loss Partly Covered by Insurance. Another lire visited Bennetts villo yesterday morning making 'tho second within six weeks time. At nbout 8 o'clock lire was diseov crd between the ceilingand thc floor ol' thc second story of thc building occupied by Reid & Co. Thc lire was sometime getting a sturt but / jo it*got under way the whole ^Kiding soon went up. The first story was occupied by Reid & Company and their stock was nearly all consumed in thc Hames. They had about a $13,000 stock and $4,000 insurance. The building belonged to Miss Ruth Murchison, tho daughter of Mrs Harriet Murchison Beckwith. There was $4,000 insurance on the building and $400 on the furni ture. Tito book store had moved what goods they saved from thc pother fire to a room on tho second story of this building and their stock . "as also lost. This was about $i00. Buford Jackson and O Grosch also roomed on thc seco...

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. — 6 March 1908

Ulfl-I?NUOIXMIONT lUIili PASSIM). Text ot Measure Providing for Reg istration of Voters. Ouo of tho most important meat; uro? tho soneral assembly hu? passed ls a bill lo pr?vido tor the re-enroll uieut and registration of the nu al llied , eloctoru of this State during tho year 1908, and to provdo compensation for tho supervisors of registration as follows. Section One. That tho sup ervisors of registration in eaeli county of tho State are required to re-enroll all tho qunliiled electors in this State .during the year 1908. . Section 2. That, tho samo time the said supervisors shall register all per sons who may make application there for and who may bo entitled thereto. Section 3. That for the purpose of B?ch enrolment and registration the .said supervisors shall keep tho hooks of registration open at the several county seats every day (Sundays ex cepted) between the hours ol' 9 a. in. und G j), nt. during the months of dilly and August 1908;and in addi tion thereto they shall att...

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. — 6 March 1908

NEW CONTRACT LAW As lt Finally Passed tho Legisla- ' ture On Last Day. Runners mid Others Interested in This I,my Should Head it Over Carefully. Among (ho few important acts or general application passed by tho legislature which has just, completed' itu strictly legislative duties is that, on tho subject of tann labor, Which roads as follows: Section I. That any person who ?hall hereafter contract with another to render him personal service of any kind, and shall thereafter fraudu lently, or with malicious intent to injure his employer, fail or, ref use to render such service as agreed upon, ?lian be deemed guilty of a misde meanor. Soc. 2. Thal any person who shall hereafter contract to receive from an other personal service of any kind, and to compensate him therefor, and shall thereafter fraudent ly, or with malicious intent to Injure his em ploye, fail or refuse to make com pensation as agreed upon shall he deemed guilty of a misdemeanor. Soc. 3. That the failure of either party...

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. — 6 March 1908

BENNETTS VILLE, S, O, W. F. CALDWELL, EDITOR Fri??y, Feb. 28, L908 A "Koo Doo" Tarty Thc democratic party scorns to bc unfortunate. During thc past forty years since thc civil war on ly twice luis tho democratic party elected ii President of tho United States and since 18(.K) each nation al elect ion luis seen it losing more und more votes until today only tho south eau safely bc counted to vote the democratic ticket. Even whore the chances arc fa vorable for tho democrats to in crease their representation in Con gress nod tims secure more chance of winning a national election for tune seems to desert it. Take tho ense of Kentucky. The legislature was and is democratic on joint ballot and it seemed to bc a fore gone conclusion that thc successor to Senator McOeary would bo n democrat. In the primaries lust summer thc democratic voters of that state declared that thc then Gov. Beckham was their choice for the senate. The democratic ma jority tn the legislature scorned to mean that th...

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. — 6 March 1908

t R MARLBORO DEMOCRAT BENNETTSVItiliB, ?; C. Friday, March 7, 1908 DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO., Subscription 1'rloei ? no year. Six months.. . Tkrco months $ 1.00 , .50 1 .25 PERSONAL Dr. W. J. Crosland spent last Sunday in Columbia. Mr ami Mrs R L Freeman went to Columbia on Wednesday to ut tenb a minding < I' tho Executive committee ot' tho State l'ress As sociation. J.A.Armstrong, ol' Chatttnooga, national Bank Kxuminer, was in town on Wednesday looking into tlie allai rs ol' thc Planters National Bank. Ile expressed himself as veil pleased with the bank's con dil ion and declared that it was better Iban be had ever found it C. B. Crosland left Saturday hight for New York, Robt. B. ?Jennings of Columbia was in town Saturday. ICd Sall enger, of tho News and Courier was in town last week. Sherill' J B Green was in Col um ? Viia last week on business. Mrs. Walter Smith is visiting home folks at Fayetteville, N. C. L R White attended the funeral of Mrs. Klizabcth Hudson in Flor ence l...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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