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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 6 March 1908

AWFUL RECORD. Nearly One Homicide Each Day in South Carolina. DURING' LAST YEAR. "riiii Kev. Louis .J. I Iris tow Pr?sent? Sonto Interesting figures Compiled hy Him from tli?? lt ('ports Made to tho Attorney (.'merni hy (ho Solici tors ol' (ho Various Circuits in this State. A recent letter io the press of (lie State, in wheh I {rave the humber of homicides commuted in South Caro lina during the hist six months of I'.?(IT, caused ?1 a ii in her of papers hot h in lilis slate and others lo ask tor a record of the convictions for murder during thc same time A careful study of the report of (he Attorney General reveals th follow ing facts: Th oro were in South Carolina in 1907 3-16 cases in which the defend ants were charged willi murder. Of these, len defendants were convict ed of the charge and sentenced to death; 30 were convicted, hut wore recommended to the mercy of thc Court, which under the.statute, re duced tin' penalty lo n lile p.rm in iii?' penitentiary; M were convicted 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. — 13 March 1908

lboro Deni?crat 'DO THOU, GREAT LIBERTY, INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR DIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OR OUK DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." VOL XXXIII BENNETTSV11 JL Ii, S. C., FRIDAY, M ARCH 18, 1908 NO. ll GARY ?S CHOSEN i. Senator on tho Eighteenth Ballot to Succeed Latlmer BY SMALL MAJORITY. Mr, Cary Jins Had Long Service in the Legislature, Also an Original Trustee nf Winthrop and Member of Constitutional Conven!lon-Ex? Gov. Sheppard Shuns Strength in Two Hallets. On Gie eighteenth ballot in Joint assembly Prank B. Gary, of Abbeville, former Speaker of tim House, was chosen Friday for United Stales Senator to un tho unexpired term caused by thc death of Asbury C. I.mimer. Mr. Cary secured 70 out ol' 1 Ti 1 votes, one more than necessary to elect. ll was tho fourth ballot ol the day, taken after a strenuous ef fort was made to postpone **> Ex-GoV. .lohn G. Sheppard, of Edgelield, was entered and showed great strengte,, getting 3-1 votes on thc third ballot, but ho was not vot...

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. — 13 March 1908

BENNETTS VILLE, S, G. W. F. CALDWELL, EDITOR Friday, Feb. LS, 1908 Bryan for President The claim bas been made that thc nomination of Bryan would mean another defeat of thc Demo cratic party and for this reason some of the .papers are lighting him. At thc head of the oppo nents of the Nebraskan stands'the New York World, a so-called dem ocratic oigan, lint in reality the spoilsman of Wall Street and thc minion of the moneyed interests. This paper is fighting him all along thc line and calling upon the peo ple not to nominate him but this is only adding strength to thc tide which has set in strongly towards the Nebraskan. Ami o u r o 1 d friend, the News ami Courier, is moving heaven and earth in its en deavor to keep South Carolina from declaring for the Nebraskan but we fear that all this is in vain. We don't see what is the matter with nominating Bryan. True bc lias twice been defeated but, what of that? It only goes to show thc true stuff with which he is made that he never knows...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 13 March 1908

AS TO THE GAME LAW. Letter from Pres. Taylor, of the Audubon Society. Editor of thoIDcmocrat. -Thoro seems to be a pretty general im pression in tlie state that some change has hoon miulo in the ?ramo law. In some instances it is stat ed that no birds are now protect ed, and 1 would bo very glad if you would make it known through the col urns of your paper that there has been no change made in the bird, game and fish laws ol' this state except two very minor amendments concerning tho season in Lexington County and making a close season for the opossum. Thc Audubon Society will shortly have printed copies ol'all the Bird, Game and Fish laws for distribu tion ami we wish to warn all par ties that violations of the laws will bc prosecuted to tho, fullest ex tent. Wc arc obtaining convic tions every week. Our Secretary is very active at prcsont and is se curing memberships at the rate of j ten or fifteen a week. AU those desiring to join thc Society should send their membership fee of l...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 13 March 1908

HOW ABOUT THE WELL What Sort of Water Are You Drinking This Year. I? it Pure, Uso Plenty of it Inside and Out and You Will Feel and Look Better. "What sort of waler aro wo going to drink this year," is a question that concerns every reader of this paper, for upon the water wo aro going to drink depend tho heal Hi and even tho lives of very many of us. We commend the following extracts from a letter written to tho Progressive Farmer by Dr. H. K. Freeman on the subject of drinking water: "Tho water we drink goes to make moro than two-thirds of tho blood which Hows through, our veins. The blood has about four functions to perform. This stream ol blood is tho medium which re?oives from the outer world the different matters which go to make us well or sick. As it pnssos through every part of tho body, tho various tissues ol' the body take out of this ruddy stream the materials necessary for their nutrition and health, lt is tho med ium which takes up or asorbs tho dead or refuse matters ...

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. — 13 March 1908

WHO HE WAS. WouId'Hc Assassin Rroves to ll? I.u/arns Averbush. Tho mnn who was slain hy Chtoi of Pol loo J- hippy, of Chicago, was Identified as Lazarus Averbush, who ft-t three weeks had lived at L'18 Washburn avenue on the Wost Side. Ills Identification was established thtOUg a sister, who waa taken '?v (be {y.Vce lo the under* ?lung moms. Ave-J uah was 22 years old. Ile had ov nipled rooms with his slstor, Olga. Ile was a Russian student, llo como to Amorten three months ago from Austria, to viii M country \ ho tied two years previously, follow? ! lng the massacre of Jews in Kishi-j nev, Russia, where his home h.td 1 boon. His plans to kill Chief Skippy j are believed to have boen formed as j a direct result of the chief's interfer ence with a parade of unemployed j men through tho city"s streets sever- j al weeks ago. Averbush had been ' employed recently by a produce com mission firm. IL was learned that. Chief Shin py'a interference several weeks ago ?with a parade of unemploy...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 13 March 1908

THE SOLDIERS* GRAVES To Be Marked by the United States Government A few .years ago Congress pass ed a bill directing tho War Dep artment to furnish headstones free of charge laid down ?it tho nearest freight dopot for tho unmarked ??raves of all soldiers who had fought in any war for thc United States. In accordance with this Act of Congress tho war Department is ready to send headstones upon re quest to any one. who will locate tho graves and provo tho services of soldiers whether they fought in the Revolution, war of isl'J, Mex ican war, skirmishes with Indians or in any way bore anns in de fense of the United States. The Daughters of the American Revol ution in this state have taken tip the work of trying to lind a n d mark forgotten and nameless graves of Rovolutionary soldiers. By rescuing these names from ob livion and reviving memories and traditions of these brave men we pay them tardy honors which are well deserved. The circular of information is sued by the War Department ...

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. — 13 March 1908

BENNETTSVILIiE, S. C. Friday, March 13, 1008 DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO., Mubxcrlptlou Trice j I no y oar. Six months.. . Three months $ 1.00 , .50 .L>5 PERSONAL Sam Pressly, of Duo Wost spent ""a few days Inst week in town on business. E C Morrison's little child El drid Bristow, winch has been sick for sometime, is slightly improved H ll Crosland, of tho McColl ^Veatherly company, returnocl last Veek from a business trip to sev eral points in the north. In the account of the serios of lectures which are to bo gi von here next week at tho Episcopal church by the Rev. T Tracy Walsh Iii was made to read "Now Episcopa lians are especially invited otc." Tho article should lun e read "Non Episcopalians are especially invit ed." lt is especially for tho non Episcopalians that those lectures are intended as tho object is to show to tho world what the Epis copalians believe. So the non Episcopalians are cordially invited ami should make it a point to at tend every one of the lectures both d...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 13 March 1908

Ono Hundred and Seventy-five Little School Children MEET AWFUL DEATH. fJ lie Terrible IloUocnus; in School House at Col linwood, Ohio.-Thc Furnace Was Overheated and thc Pen rfu I Disaster Followed.-Chil dren in Koonta on Second Floor mid iii Attie Perished hi Flames. An awful tragedy occurred Wed nesday morning in tho public school of Col I inwood, ohio, which has some eight thousand population. One hun dred and sixty (ive corpses were tau en out of tho ruins up to t( a o'clock Wednesday night. Six children arc Billi unaccounted for and all the hos pitals ami houses for two miles around contained niinihors of chil dren, some fUleliy nnd many less seriously Injun d. All ol' (h<> victime wore between six and ilftt i a voa Hi of ago. Tho .school contained between ."> i " and 325 pupils, and of fhh; entire humber only eighty ii VG known io have I'll tho building Unhurt. Il will bo sev eral days before i ho exact number of killed is known, as; tho ruins may Milli contain other ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 March 1908

The iHarlborp Democrat I "DO THOU, GREAT LIBERTY, INSPIRE OUH SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OK OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY' OA USB." VOL XXXII \ _DENNETTS VILLE. S. C., FRIDAY, MAR?Illi?TT??S NO. 12 TIED UP FAST ?J The Governor Warns Banks Not to Pay Out the DISPENSARY FUNDS. Notifies tho Depositories of the Fund Not to Honor Checks Without Pro duction of Collateral and Without Check? Hcing Signed by ?he State Treasurer and thc Commission Chairman, The hanks holding deposits of (lu State dispensary money have hoon officially notified by ile; Governor that these funds must not be paid to any one without the proper pro duction of thc collateral ami without thee hock being signed hy the chair man ot tho commission and the stale Treasurer. Inasmuch as the collat erals aro all in thc olllco of the Stat?? Treasurer, il is not likely thal tlie hanks will care to violate the in structions ol' (lu- Governor, although U^e batiks are also under injunction from Judge Pritchard...

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. — 20 March 1908

Court Proceedings On account of an acculent to tho judge, hav.ing his ankle sprain ed) which occurred after tho ad journment of tho Chesterfield court, he was unable to arrive hore until the arrival of tho midday Coast Linc train. Consequently court was not called until 3 p. m., Monday. In a very short'time af ter court was called Solicitor Spears handed his honor quito a batch of indictments, whereupon his honor, Judge Aldrich, address ed thc grand jury, in part as fol lows: Mr, Foreman and gentleman of thc grand jury, lt is a sou reo of great pleasure, in this tho carly part of my judicial career, to bc permitted to visit your good county. You aro justly proud, and have a right to he, of your splendid county. In thc early days of thc history of this state, thc blood of yours and my ances tors consecrated tho soil of this section of South Carolina. Marl boro county and the Pee Doc sec tion might bc called thc cradle of liberty in our state. In time of peace as well is war your citi...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 March 1908

LAYMEN'S SUNDAY Gov. Ansel and Dr. Smith Were the Speakers Laymen's Sunday was celebra ted here last Sunday by the Pres byterians in tho auditorium ot' tho Murchison school building. The weather was ideal and a tremend ous crowd was out. Every soul was taken when thc exercises were opened and many chairs were placed in thc isle.to accomo date those who were unable to act seats. Thc exercises were opened by tho singing of the long meter dox ology "Praise God l< rom whom all Blessings Flow" which was fol lowed by prayer by Dr, McLeod, thc Pastor of tho Church. Scated on thc stage were tho choir, tho Elders, Governor Ansel, and Dr. Bunyan McLeod. After prayer had been otl'ered Dr. McLeod read the morning lesson from the first chapter of General Epistle of James. After collection had been takan Dr. McLeod introduced Gov. M. E. Ansel, of South Carolina, who was to bc the speaker at thc morn ing exercises. In introducing the distinguished speaker Dr. McLeod refcred to thc fact that thc...

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. — 20 March 1908

LAYMEN'S SUNDAY Gov, Ansel and Dr. Smith Were the Speakers Laymen's Sunday was celebra ted hero last Sunday by the Pres byterians in tho auditorium ol' thc Murchison school building. Tho weather was ideal and a tremend ous crowd was out. Every seat was taken when tho exercises were opened and many chairs were placed in tho isle to accomo date those who were unable to get seats. Thc exercises wore opened by tho singing ol' the long meter dox ology "Praise (Jed From whom all Blessings Flow" which was fol - Flowed by prayer by Hr. McLeod, thc Pastor ol' thc Church. Scated on thc stage were thc choir, thc Elders, Governor Ansel, and Dr. Bunyan McLeod. After prayer had been offered Ur. McLeod read thc morning lesson from tho first chapter of Genera) Epistle of J ames. After collection had been takan Dr. McLeod introduced Gov, M. F. Ansel, of South Carolina, who was to bc thc speaker at thc morn ing exercises. In introducing the distinguished speaker Dr. McLeod rcfered to thc fact that th...

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. — 20 March 1908

A GREAT SPEECH. .CONGRESSMAN PATTERSON OF BARNWELL TALKS PLAINLY. Ho Want? tho (hoot Power Now Ex orcised by Federal Judges Limited und Held Within Due Hounds. Spoeeh of Congressman James O. Patterson, of Barnwell, in thu House of Representatives, March 2, 1908. Tho House being in Committee of the Whole House on tho state of tho "Union, and having under considera tion the bill (ll. R. 1 8847) making appropriations for tho postal sur vive Mr Patterson said: Mr. Chairman: Thc. distinguished Bontleuien of this House who have in dulged in speech making at this session of Congress have takon n very wide mnge and have discussed in an able, Intelligent, interesting and exhaustive manner a great variety of subjects embracing legslative. judicial, execu tive and political. It scorns to be tim rulo in general debate upon a bill lor thc Member addressing the House to upenli about anything and every thing except the HUbject-innttor of tho ponding measure, and I will not nt this time make an exc...

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. — 20 March 1908

WANTS TUM FACTS. Tillman Asks Pointed Questions About Some Hank Trnnsnetions. Senator Tillman Introduced a res olution calling upon the Senate com mittee on (huinee lo conduct au in vestigation and answer some pointed questions bearing upon financial legislation. Among the questions asked are as to whether the national banka of New York York are in tho habit, under the guise of commercial loans, of furnishing permanent capi tal for spec-illative or other enter prises; whether the Treasury D?part mont had knoweldge of the loans by the National Hank of North America of New York, which are the subject of a suit by the receiver against C. W. Morse, and of other similar trans actions in other national banks; whether the national banks are en gaged by themselves or through oth er organizations in attempting to control or dictate Hie legislation of Congress upon Hie currency ques tions. * SHOT FHO.M AMBUSH. Three Men, All Prominent, Shot From Convent Grounds. Dr. Glovonnl Crana, a prominen...

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. — 20 March 1908

THE MARLBORO DBMOCRAT . JJ jyjN NETTS VILLE, S. 0. W. F. CALDWELL, EDITOR Friday, Alar. l20, 1908 Annual Laymen's Sunday. Tlui colobation of Laymen's Sun day here lasl Sunday by the Pres byterians primarily but which was also particapatcd in by all denomi nations of tho town is a matter of much significance in tho religious affairs of our people. It was a departure from the beaten paths as it were ami the wisdom of Dr. McLeod and his members in such a course is shown by the great success of the, occasion. In the religious interests the Pastor, while he is the leader ano! should be, can not do all. The members themselves must take part or else there can bc very lit tle accomplished no matter how hard thc pastor may work. If thc members go day after day, pay their church dues ami then leave all for thc pastor to do very little can bc accomplished. As thc Methodist pastor, Kev. Mr. Turn ipsecd, said in a .sermon which he preached at the Methodist church a few weeks-ago, there is a grow...

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. — 20 March 1908

BESNNBl?TSVILTiE, S. C. friday, March '20, 1908 DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO., baOsorlptlon I'HCOJ * no year.$1.00 Six months.oO Titree months.25 PERSONAL Among tho Bennettsville peoplo vdu) bought, lots at McColl Wed nesday wore li K Breeden and Ben Carlisle. Mrs Marvin W Moore left Wed nesday morning to visit her par ents at Littleton, N C. Tom ?lohn, of Johns Station was herc Tuesday in his automobile which he bought troni E C Morri son some time ago. > Cob J N Drake, who is the Marlboro member of tho state Democratic executive committee, did not attend tho meeting of tho committee in Columbia as he is foreman of tho grand jury. J, N. Drake is Foreman of tho Grand Jury. Kev C A Jones preached at Mullins Sunday. Miss Jamie McIntosh is visiting Mrs Ernest Covington. A concrete sidewalk is being laid in front of thc post oflice. J A McLeod, of Darlington, was in town yesterday. T K Stokes, of Darlington, was in town last Sunday. D C Pate was in Atlanta last week on business. Miss Carri...

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. — 20 March 1908

TALKS TO WOMEN President Roosevelt in an Address Condemns Raes Suicide. EXALTS MOTHERHOOD Ho Says tito Motlier is thu One Su premo Asset ot' tho Nation, and That Ho Abhors tho Man Who Mistreats Women, Most Especial ly the Women of His Own House* The While House was the scene Tuesday ol thc formal opening ol' tho Hi st nternal ional congress on the welfare ot' the child, which is being hold under Hie auspices of Hie Nu tjonal Mothers' congress. The 200 del?gales representing all tho Stales and territorios and a dozen or moro of Hie leading countries of Hie world WOl'o received al the White I louse al 2.30 o'clock thai afternoon when President Itoosovell delivered an ad dress to them in which ho declared that he placed the sot iel y ahead of tho Civil War veterans, because he said in the dual analysis, il is the mother only who is a hotter citizen than Hu? soldier who lights tor Iiis conni ry. The president said in part: "The successful mother, the moth er wini does her pari in rearin...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 27 March 1908

'.. Mi/ ) ' The iYLarlborj) Democrat i : "jCTf' ' Tr--: ====a f "DO THOU, Ci H li AT LIBERTY, INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKIO OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OU OUR DEATHS UXORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." YOL XXXII j DENN I?TTSVILLK. S. C., f RID AY, MARCH 27, 1908 NO. Iii _i_ .- 7_ TALE OF HOROR. Men and Women Beaten on Cer tain Islands. HORRIBLE PICTURE Hy Gen. Pioneer, Who Says Ho HUH Seen Children Beaten Until Their Blood Covered tho Ground Around Cocoa Plantai ions. Pira to Por tugese Gouernment to Have lt Stopped, At Washington a vivid description of atrocities alleged to he perpetuat ed upon .slave lahorers on cocoa plan tations on I he Islands of Principo and Saint Thomo, Portugese Wost >. Africa, was given in,an address on jj, "Children's Lives in Africa," by (len. Joubert Plenaer, of South Af rica, of tho International congress on the welfare of the child under tho auspices of tho National Mother's Congress. "The atrocities I have witnessed ia Port ugliest! Wost Africa have tak ti...

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. — 27 March 1908

The iWarlbor?* Democrat -===== -====^====^^ - ,?u_ _ ?DO THOU, OKBAT LIBERTY, INSPIRE OUB SOULS AND MAKIO OUK LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OB OUR DEATHS ?LOBIOUS IN THY CAUSE." VOL XXXlIj BENNETTS VILLE. S. C. FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1908 NO. Vi TALE OF KOROR Men and Women Beaten on Cer tain Islands. HORRIBLE PICTURE By Gen. Pioneer, Who Says Ho Has S?CU Children Heaton Until Theil' Blood Covered (ho Ground Around Cocoa Plantation?. Ph-? to Por tugese Gonernmont to Have It Stopped. At. Washinglon a vivid description of atrocities alleged to ho perpetuat ed upon sluvn laborers on cocoa plan lati?os on the Islands ol Principo and Saint Thome, Portugese West Africa, was given in ,1111 address on "Children's Live? in Africa," by Gen. Joubert Pionaer, of South Af rica, of tho International congress on tho welfare of the child under tho auspices of tho National Mother's Congress. "The atrocities 1 have witnessed ia Portugu?s?! West Africa have tak 4l>n such a hold upon ino," declared Cen. P...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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