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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 27 March 1908
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. — 27 March 1908

HOUSE GIVES HAMER. TOKEN OF ESTEEM AND APPRECIA TION OF SERVICES Col. Wanner Feelingly Rebonds '.to Presentation of Silver Pitcher, --%-? Who most pathetic and ?nterest ang'incident connected with tho clos ?mg scones of the house <of rcpre ' isontatives, was tho rcsoiution in ?troduced by Tortor McMaster, ?endorsing the <e?ffioient work and ?long faithful career of -clerk Toraj <0. Hamer, of Marlboro County,, For 19 years Gol. Hamer hW been connootod witoh legislative! work, and ?for 10 years he Ivas; been clerk of thc boase. Mr. McMaster sa>kl as a slisjht! token of tbe esteem and appreci ation of hes "services by tho mom- i hors, that (bche held in his hand >a silver pitohor which had been pur chased by .all 'the ?mombors, witaich he then ?nd 'there would present to Clerk iLlamor. Everything wa? as still os a death chamber, for it was evident that ?tho recipient of the gift was deeply and profound ly touched -by'this exibition of love and 'Confidence. Col. Hamer, wi...

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. — 27 March 1908

WILL NOT DOWN OLD STATE DISPENSARY HARD TO (?HT RID OE. .Joshua Hardstrong Makes Some Ob? serrations About Mutter? As He Sees Timm in Connection With H. Pardon us for mentioning it, nut the old State Dsponsaiy seems to be the chief topic of discussion nowa days; hut we will not tarry lone;. tn his opt ai tn rendered more Ihsn fifteen years since- when declaring tho Dispensary Law unconstitutional Chief Justice Mel vcr declared Hie ?ale of whiskey under this system was not a proper fuuc.ihvi or govern ment, and his wonts poem io lie prophetic, for lime is faa; proving that he was righi. . Afore (lian a,year since tho peo ple through! the Legislature abolish-1 cd the Stale Dispensary, and ap pointed a commission lo Immediately wind np ifs affairs; yoi tho old crea ture seems to be more alivo today than ever. Two years sime an Invest i ?a. ing committee was appointed hy th.> Cen oral Assembly to Investigate its af fairs, and hiiuc that lillie tho pa pers, jinve teemed willi seiisati...

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. — 27 March 1908

CAROLINA HONKY WANTED. Jahng Hays Thousands of HniTcta Arc Sought by (.Vi'limns. The PoBt says If anybody in or about Charleston would Mho to soil a Vhousand bairds ot honey, or ono hundred thousand barrets, Importal Consul E. II. Jahn/, should be com municated With at once because he hus received u communication from Germany from distributors of that product in the Fatherland asking for un unlimited supply of American and particularly .South Carolina ho noy. The Cerina us use lots of honey each year, so much in fact that local apiaries,xnnd even me lice plants of Hie neighboring countries, fail to supply the demand for honey that conies from hundreds of bakers ol' Germany. lt would scorn that usc could not he found for the vast amount of the honey produced in Germany and im ported annually, hut the supply has not yd equalled the demand, for the Gormans have a sweet tooth and like nothing better than ht cir "hoing neben" or-, honey cake, oj kind of cou feel ion Ibu! >s widely pop...

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. — 27 March 1908

MOVE TRASH FROM LOTS MATTER. WILL BF TAK&N UP BY BOARD OF HEALTH Trash Piles Breed Disease Qerms Citizens Requested to Clem the Back Lots. Tho board of health has taken up tho matter of cleaning up thc back lots and all other places which stand in need of anything in this Uno and that comes under their supervision. It is tho idea of the board to have this matter attended to at once before summer gets in. In many of tho back lots there 18 trash of all kinds. Pieces of pa per, old barrels and boxes, and all kinds of odds and ends arc in thc lots. In fact som? of them look like trash heaps instead of thc back lots of an up to date town business center. All this trash and refuse is thc natural place for breeding disease germs of all kinds. And one of the most thriving families of all tho number is the much abused and "cussed" mosquito, that nui sance of summer night sleepers and in many instances all day walt ers. Thc board of health is deter mined that this dispenser of dis ease ge...

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. — 27 March 1908

PERSONAL <? LOCAL ITEMS WHENCE THEY COME AND WHITHER. THEY GO Short Paragraphs About People and What? they are Say ing and Doing. Miss Kinma MeLaurin has re turned from visiting her sister, Mrs Mills, at Wilmington. W M Hamer and ?lames Gibson, of Dillon, were among the visitors in town during court week. A TJ Hamer went to Columbia last Friday morning to attend a reception at Columbia collego that night. Aftor spending the winter here Miss May Crosland returned to her homo near Augusta last Thurs day, Dr. and Mrs. T C Johnson, of Florence, spent a tfew days last .vcck with Mr. and Mrs. T F Mc Rac. Thc auction sale of lots at Mc Joll Wednesday, March 18th re mited in a grand success. 108 lots were sold bringing from $100 ;o $600 each. Will Murchison, of Dillon, one :>f the candidates for congress from this district, was in town on Thursday shaking hands with his frionds. A cement sidewalk has been laid in front of the posto?lice and adds very much to thc appearance and to the ...

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. — 27 March 1908

WENT FOR TEDDY Senator Tillman Arraigns Presi dent's Encroachment On LEGISLATIVE POWER. He Says congress Is Subservient to the President*? Will, and Says Ho Exercises Too Much Influence on thu Other Departments of the Gov? r eminent. House Declared to he Speaker's Tool. With il caution unusual for him, Senator Tillman recently read a part bf his speech in tho Sonnte, in which he denounced Executive encroach ment on legislativo power. With this apparent caution ho proceeded to de liver one of the most direct and de nunciatory addresses ever heard in that body. Ile was given a careful hearing. ills speech was based on his resolution instructing the co 111 111 11 100 on liuance to inquire whether, na tional hanks of New York are in the habit (d' furnishing permanent capi tal Tor speculative enterprises, etc. 'the resolution was adopted, ?Mr. Tillman (raced what he termed a "swinging of tho pendulum" from the r?gime of Andrew Jackson, when Congross assumed control almost to (lie exclusi...

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. — 3 April 1908

The Marlboro Democrat r M1K> THOU, GREAT LIBHHTY, INSPIRE OUK SOULS AM) MAKE OU H LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OK OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." VOL XXXIlj. BENNETTS VILLE. S. C.. FRIDAY, APRIL li, 1?K)H NO. 14 SHOOTS A NEGRO. Congressman Heflin of Alabama tn a Serious Affray. WAS ON A STREET CAR lu Washington With CoiiRi'i'ssman ^? WHerbce, on his Wu y to Deliver Temperance 'Inlk-Remonstrated With Negro for Drinking on Cur, Threw Him Oft" mut Then Shop Him in lh?> Henel, In :t desperate affray on a Penn sylvania Avenu?4 ear in Washington Friday a negro was shot by Congross inau Thomas J Elotlin ol' Alabama. Thomas Lumby, the negro, was >.hot in tlie head and is in a critical coud lt loll, and Thomas McCreary, a ?New York horse trainer, is suffering from a wound in the leg. Thc sheet iug of McCreary was accidental. Mr. Hellin was arrested and taken Kto the Gili police precinct station, ?fsiiore tlie charge of assault with in teut to kill was placed against him. Later h...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 3 April 1908

SEARCHING FOR HIS BOY C. H. Godboid Looking for His Son. O II G od bold, from near How land, N. C., was in town last week searching for his boy, Alton God bold, who left bis homo last Sep tember in company with Kiley Driggers? Having searched Ches terfield county, Marlboro, and parts of North Carolina tho father was discouraged and felt that bc would probably never seo his boy again. Ho bas offered a reward for information ns to thc wherea bouts of Driggcrs or tho boy and ho is determined to have them and will leave no stone unturned unti this end is reached. Godboid stated that he was a farmer living near Rowland and that last year Kiley Driggcrs was hired by him on tho first of April. Ho said that his boy Alton, who is about 13 years of age, became very much attached to Driggers and that they wore constantly to gether; that Driggers and the boy wore always in each others com pany. Driggers is a bachelor and often ho would take thc boy and keep him at his homo. Godboid said that so...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 3 April 1908

HELD A PRELIMINARY Warren, Williams Accused of T ry imj to cut His Wife's Throat. Magistrate Easfcorling WUB en gaged Saturday afternoon in try ing tho case of tho state against Warren Williams, charged with assault and battory of a high and aggravated nature. Ile was bound ovor to tho court and re manded to jail in dcfrault of 8400 bond to await trial. From thc testimony it appeared that Williams had been separated from his wife for some time, that on thc 18th of March he entered her home and suddenly attacked her with a razor. Ho hit her ?ovcral timos with his fist, it is al ?Wdi and then it is further char ged that he attempted to cut her throat with a razor. Ile did in flict a painful wound and she still bears tho scar. A warrant was taken out for Williams but ho skipped thc coun try and was arrostcd tho other day in Choraw. Sheriff Green brought him back and lodged him in jail herc. All of thc parties arc negroes. It is said that Williams lived on Mr. Mathcson's place at tho ti...

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. — 3 April 1908

HELD A PRELIMINARY Warrery Williams Accused of T ry ind io cut His Wife's Throat. Magistrate Easterling was en gaged Saturday afternoon in try ing tho case of tho state against Warren Williams, charged with assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature, lie was bound ovor to tho court and re manded to jail in dcfrault of 8400 bond to await trial. r| From thc testimony it appeared that Williams had boon separated from his wife for some time, that on thc 18th of March ho entered her home and suddenly attacked her with a ra/.or. Ho hit her ^several times with his list, it is al fi ' ged, and then it is further char \.^od that he attempted to cut her throat with a razor. He did in flict a painful wound and she still bears thc scar. A warrant was taken out for Williams but ho skipped the coun try and was arrested thc other day in Ohcraw. Sheriff Green brought him back and lodged him in jail herc. All of the parties arc negroes. It is said that Williams lived on Mr. Mathcson's place...

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. — 3 April 1908

RASCAL TRAPPED The State Unearthed Mysterious i Scheme. GEO. A. BRISTOW'S Questionable Met boils to Cot "Show" (?iris.-I*o?toAlco Inspector Gregory S woo rs Out Indictment Charging the Yoting Mun With Fruudulent Vue of the Mails.-He Was Very Neatly Trapped. In The State of Sut in day morning March 14. appeared the following ap parently very innocent advertisement in the "Want" columns: "Wanted Three girls lo learn the show business; experience unneces sary; ex [tenses paid while learning: state agc; enclose stamped envelope for reply. Address Predio, care Tho State." A subscriber of The Slate at. King? tree bad bis suspicions aroused by reading tho advertisement and to sat isfy his curiosity he caused a fake answer to the advertisement to I)" written, singing tin- name "Miss An nie Dow." His answer to the add was written on .March IT and was as follows: Kingstroe, S. C., March IT. 1908. Dear Sir: 1 see your advertisement in The Stale for three girls to learn the show business. I wou...

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. — 3 April 1908

WILL BE SOLD. msi'JONsAiuus wjM/ ni?) nvs ns CALHOUN COUNTY. Chief Justice Pope Sci s Aside Gov ernor Ansel's Order Closing Them and Throws Them Wide Ope?. Fly (he grace Of Chief Justice Pop?, who ix generally on the sido of thc dispensary in his decisions, tho Cal houn County dispensaries will be kept open and the now county will enjoy tho revenue therefrom. It will be remembered that Governor Ansel ordered the dispensaries at St. Matthews and Kort Motto closed, but later on Chief Justice Pope issued an oidor restraining the dispensai les at those places from closing their places of business as ordered hy tho Govorno r. Tho county dispensary board of Orangeburg County was not mention ed in this order, and tho cuesti?n arose as lo whet lier or riot the hoard could continue to ship liquors into Calhoun county under tho provision ia tho Act creating thc new county that the dispensaries were to he run as formerly, before the lo w county waa formed. The winde question was to have come n...

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. — 3 April 1908

fl MARLBORO DEMOCRAT BENNETTS VILLE, S, 0. W. F. CALDWELL, EDITOR IT NEEDS CAREFUL THOUGHT. Tho timo for electing all the rulers of thc land from tho presi dent of the United States down to tho smallest ollice holder, is fast approaching and the candidates arc already beginning to announce themselves while the gathering of political conventions and the ar ranging for thc coming campaign all over tho country is taking place. It would bo well for the voter when ho goos to the different cam paign meetings this summer and when ho goos to cast his ballot at the polls to seriously consider the men for whom he votes. It would be well for him to feel certain that he has cast aside all prejudice favorites and sentiment and to? vote for tho host man for each and every position. Be not lead by sen timent or prejudice. Vote for the best man all the time. Vote for those wdio will give you and thc rest of the people the most faith ful service and cast aside all oth ers. Wc are glad to see that th...

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. — 3 April 1908

i. BENNE???SVlLIiE, S, C. DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO., KuhHcriptlon pr|??t 1 no yoar. Six months.. . Three montlis $ 1.00 , .50 .25 PERSONAL Lucien McLeod of Richmond, Va. spout Sunday in town. Leslie McLaurin of Florence spent Sunday here. Col. C. F. Moore, of Cheraw, was in town last week on business. Dr. B. H. Breeden, of Sumptor, was in town recently on business. Mrs. II. I). Tiller of Chester field, visited relatives here last week. Mrs. ,1. T. Douglas is visiting at Liles ville. N. C., among rela tives. Howard Bounds is moving into his now residence in Murchison Park. Mrs. Eva Rouse was received into thc Baptist church Sunday by letter from Ash pole. J. N. Strickland, of tho Cheraw Chronicle, was anion*; the visitors to town on Monday. Miss Vaiii?h Grilton, teacher of Lester school, spent Sunday with Miss Susie Covington. Judge Hudson has returned from a several weeks visit to bis daughter in G roon ville. Miss Matilda Davis, of Mars Bl uti, is visiting at the home of Col. R. C. M...

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. — 3 April 1908

TARIFF REFORM Most Important National Issue Says Hon John Gary Evans. HE GIVES HIS VIEWS On the Other Moro Important Issues of tho Campaign-Favors Immi gration to Mort Slate Problems Wo Print Helow His Formal An iiountemeiit of Ills Candidacy for Hie Coiled States Senate. Sometime ago Ex-Oov. John On ry Evans formally declared his inten tion to he a candidate for the United States Sennte in the primary this Summer In a letter, which we pub lish below: lOvnn's Announcement : The following is the announcement Covernor Evans gave out: lt has not been deemed necessary heretofore for a candidate for the nomination of United Slates Senator ia a Democratic primary to write a platform, especially before the as sembling of the Stale ami Nat ion.tl conventions of the party. 1 would therefore, simply stale that l am a candidate for Hie nomination of United Slates Senator hy the D?mo cratie iMirty of South Carolina, hut as others have published what they stand for, a word from me may not he ina...

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. — 10 April 1908

The JVLarlboro Democrat V "DO THOU, GREAT ULBHUTY, INSPIRE OUB SOULS AND MAKE OUB LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OH OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." VOL XXXIH ~ 13ENN?TTSVILLE. S. C.. FRIDAY. APRIL 10, 1908 NO. 15 ~ CUT IN TWO. Thirty-six Men Perish In a Tor pedo Destroyer Which " GOES TO THE BOTTOM Tho Deck Crew C.OON Down With tho Vessel-Dressed lu Oilskins and Boot?, Victims Have Xo Chance Twenty-Two Arc Rescued by Moats From tho Other Ships-Destroyer Tries to doss Rig Cruiser's Wow. A dispatch from Portsmouth, Eng land, says thirty-six mon, including Lieut. Middleton, commander of the torpedo boat destroyer, Tiger, lost their lives in a collision off thc Isle of Wright, Friday night, between .that vessel and the British cruiser Berwick, Thc vessels belong to the Ports mouth division of the British home fleet and were engaged hi night man euvers in the channel c. ? their way to Fortland. Thc night was very dark and the s Berwick was steaming slowly. When .tue destroyer attempted...

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. — 10 April 1908

BENNETTS VILLE, S, C, W. F. CALDWELL, EDITOR CLEAN UP THE COURT HOUSE YARD Wc arc of Ure opinion that it would be a gooi! thing for those inlying the proper authority to toke up the matter of keeping tho ??court house yard clean. The lawn surrounding thc court house is cry ing loudly for thc treatment. 'file court house is in our public soltare and in accordance as its "yard is kept clean or allowed to be An any old way so will the appear ance of thc square bc. In fact 5?L?ioro is at present much indica tion of tho fact that thc court Jhouse yard is tho dumping ground. 3'apers, trash, and such like are scattered all ovor it and it makes a . oLti'/.cn ashamed to take a friend ?up there and show it to him. We Picard a man remarking the other *day that tho court house yard was .A disgrace to thc town and county ?and hence wc say clean it up and .?keep it clean. TUE CLEMSON TROUBLE. There has boen much talk and feeling aroused by tho wholesale expulsion of tho Clemson stu ?dents who wor...

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. — 10 April 1908

BENNETTSVIL??B, S. O. "DEMOCRAT P ?BUSHING "CO.," Subscription rrloet ' 'ne year.$ 1.00 Six months.50 Three months.25 PERSONAL Mrs Abbie Kingsmoro of Sum ter is visiting Mrs E D Mooro. Capt. P. L. Breeden spent a j few days in Sumter last week. W F Drake and Wm Godfrey of Ohcraw were in town Tuesday on business. Miss Sudio Gully of Goldsboro is visiting her cousin. Miss Eloise Faison. Carlisle Breeden nttonded a T. P. A. Banquet in Darlington last Friday night. Mrs. Tom Mcivor and littlo daughter Susie, of Choraw, are visiting in town. Rev C A Jones preached for Kev G C Morse at Hickory Grove Sunday afternoon. MrsC T DeLormeof Dovesvillc visited relatives and attended thc millinery openings hore last week. Miss Li ll inn McNair of Maxton, is visiting at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. J T. Eason on Parsonage street. Ben Carlisle bas moved into his now house at thc corner of Maplo and Atkins streets. Thc Bonnette vii lo Orchestra will give a concert at McColl on Wednesday night, April 15. M...

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. — 10 April 1908

Uley Are Called Operators by Their Employers. THERE IS LITTLE LEVITY Tho Great Switchboard is Like a Vast Network of Nerves Over the Human Body-Sensitive and Alive. Queer Questions They arc Asked. Since girls have been the connect ing link between lines In tho tele phone business, they have boen the subject ol much levity, ami in many instances of uncanny jokes, anecdotes, and witticisms, until tho world at large has conceived the idea that "Thc Hello Girl" is entitled to little, if any. consideration, and that she uses over the telephone language which would he coarse even on the Bowery. To set aside ibis impression one bas but to visit one of the exchanges In this or any other city. The telephone operators are. per haps. Hie most distinctive (lass of breadwinners in the whole category of wage-earning girl?. Hut to get at tho very uniqueness of tho profes sion of the telephone operator it is essential to journey as it were, through one or more of the telephone company's huge OIUccs...

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