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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 10 April 1908

BRYAN WILL WIN Says Senator Tillman if Republi cans Nominate Taft in TALK WITH THE STATE Represen int i vu nt His Home in Trou ton-Tho Senator Getting Retter Will Work for Democracy In Octo ber if Health Permits-To Visil * Adauta und Theil CJo Abrollt! With Mrs. Tillman. A representative of The State call ed on tho Senator al his home at Trenton Tuesday morning and found him alone in his library. Me was lv I *\ lng upon a couch leading his morn ing's mall, hater he changed his po sition to a huge rocking chair and had bis breakfast brought In. He ate heartily and seemed lo relish bis food During and after breakfast Sen ator 'hillman talked upon a great va riety of subjects, ranging from anat omy to national politics. In appearance the senator seems to be in his usual good health. He does llOt, however, feel I li; I ho Will be able to return to congress this session. Ho expects to go lo an Atlanta sanitarium as soon ns he feds strong enough to stand travel ing. Ile. with .Mrs. Tillma...

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. — 10 April 1908

MCCOLL NEWS NOTES What Has Occured Sin.ce Last Is sue MeColl April, 8th-Death has made sad hearts in our midst since wo last wrote: After a desperate, courgcous, |light for lite, Archie Bunch peacefully passed away. His request was granted-he had died at homo-nursed by those who loved him. Archie lied a great many friends, and many licarts were saddened that this young life (for he was less than 30) was so soon cut off. A very largo concourse attended tho burial services-conducted by Revs. Leonard and Freeman. Archie was buried with masonic honors was a member of tho M. IO. church. Mrs. A. K. Odom has returned, much benefited, from her stay at Viginia Hospital. She was ac companied by Miss Nollie Wade, of Richmond, Virginia, who will spend some time with relatives here. Miss Hollingsworth, of Bishop vihe, has accepted a position with F. P. Tatum, sons and Co. Polk Miller, thc old-time favor ite, comes to MeColl Saturday ni'Fht, 11 th inst. For several days thc ladies of thc district...

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. — 10 April 1908

NEWS FROM CLIO Dinner Given to Teachers on Sunday~ Other Malters of Interest. Clio, April 5--Mr. A L Calhoun ,7r., is in the northern market this week selecting goods to accommo date his customers-in their spring demands. Mr. Brooks Emanuel, of Sum . tor, one of Marlboro's sons, is spending some days here in tho in terest of tho International Ilar l? vesting Machine Co. Miss Kate McIntyre, of Rod Springs, spent some days this week pleasantly among former friends and visiting her sister, Miss Sallie, who is ono of tho valuables f \ the ladies and gents furnishing ^-store of W R Salmon, and boards at the pleasant home of Miss Ella Manning. Miss Annie Manning has return ed from Colorado where she has been spending the winter with friends and meets many friendly greetings from friends here. Miss Annie Stubbs, of Sumter, is in tho dry goods department of A L Calhoun's new store. If you miss the Operetta at the school auditorium next Friday night, you may miss a delightful evening of plea...

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. — 10 April 1908

A GREAI WORK. State Sunday School Convention Finishes and Adjourns. MANY FINE SPEECHES The Mooting the Largest- the Most Enthusiastic and the Most Spirit ual In tho History of thc Stat? Association-Many ?isl luguishcd Visitors Wore Present and Took Hart. With (lie adjournment Friday night Of tho thirty-first annual State Sun day School Convention, which was in session several days ?it Union, a glorious meeting came to a close, glorious hehenuse ol the ideal weath er, as well as the great enthusiasm, great interest and earnestness of Hie hundred, wdio have been In constant attendance during the three days to do more sind heller work in the Sun day School cause than ever before. The Convention just closed is unan imously conceded hy all to have been the hugest in attendance In years, being considered double, and hy some treble, (hat of the usual annual gath ering of tho Sunday-school worker.) of this State. The addresses have all been Of a high order; thal of Dr. Sehen" being especial...

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. — 10 April 1908

A GREAI WORK. State Sunday School Convention Finishes and Adjourns. MANY FINE SPEECHES Thc Meeting thc Largest, thc Most Enthusiastic and tho Most Spirit ual iii the. History of Hie State Association-Many Dist inguished Visitors Weit- Present und Took Part. With lite adjournment Friday night of the thirty-first annual State Sun day School Convention, whirl was in session several days at Guion, ai glorious meeting came to a close, glorious bobea use of th.- ideal weath er, as well as the great enthusiasm, great interest and earnestness of Die hundred, who have boen in constant attendance during the three days to do more and hotter work in the Sun day School cause than over before. The Convention just, closed is unan imously conceded by all to have been the largos! in attendance lu years, being considered double, and by some treble, that of the usual annual gath ering of the Sunday-school worker.} of this Slate. The addresses have all been of a high order; that of Dr. Scherer being es...

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. — 17 April 1908

i t?o Democrat . DO THOU, GREAT LIBERTY, INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MARK OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION UAI?l?Y OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE.' YOI. XXXII f BENNETTSVILLE. s. C., FRIDAY, APRIL 17. 1908 NO. 16 SWEPT BY FIRE. (_ Fearful Damage Done by Fire in City of Chelsea. O _ OVER A SQUARE MILE Of Hie Masscliitsctts Town Dcvustn ^ I Ird-Property Loss Toil Million Dollars-Twelve Persons Dead and Many Injured-Ten Thousand 'Vre Homeless-Rleven Hours Ilcqtiir* ed to (iel Flames Under Control. Fire devasled moro than one square mile of (he manufacturing business and tenement dis! rid (d' Chelsea, Mass., Sunday, entailing a loss estimated at fully ? 10,000,000. The lire started at 10.10 a.m. near tho Boston Blacking Company's works on West Third street, near tho Everett city line, and crossed the city, a distance ?d' one mile and a quarter, to Marginal, opposite tho East Bos tou shore. ; Late Sunday night lour dead bod ies had been recovered from the ruins. Halt' a hundred persons were in...

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. — 17 April 1908

The Democrat 'DO THOU, (HtEAT LUBKRTY, INSPIRE OUK SOULS AND MAKE OPR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OH OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." VOL XXXIIf 'HENNETTSVILLE. S. C., FRIDAY, APRIL 17. 1908 NO. 16 SWEPT BY FIRE. < Fearful Damage Done by Fire In City of Chelsea. OVER A SQUARE MILE Of tilt* Mnssehusctts Town Dcvustu j te<l-Property Iioss Ten Million Dollars-Twelve Persons Dont! omi Many Injured-Ten Thousand Are Homeless-Kleven Hours Inquir ed to (.'et Flames Under Control. Fire devasled moro than ono square mile of thc manufacturing business and tenement district ol Chelsea, Mass.. Sunday, entailing a loss estimated at fully $10,000,000. The lire started at I o.-io a.m. near the Posion Blacking Company's works on Wost Third street, near the Everett City line, and crossed the city, a distance ol' one milt and a quarter, to Marginal, opposite the East Bos ton shore Lat?; Sunday night lour dead bod ies had been recovered from the ruins. Half it hundred persons were injured, s?...

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. — 17 April 1908

i1'; Dj W lu.1 J ? Si 1 lUJWi W. F. C (\l DWELL, BD?TpP Only the Juveniles among tho, homo folks are taking much stock in playing baseball now. * * * Weather prophets aro pretty certain these clays. "Showers" is hitting it closely. *t v. ? We have heard very little talk of Legislative candidates. Are the positions to go begging :' n K *: What about that Court House yard i Needs a good cleaning as everyone, can see. What about it gentlemen? ? ? tn Picnics and school closings are now in order but no other school promises a general mixup as tho winding up feature ol'the evening, vt H K When it comes to getting there ?villi tho clever moves Leader Williams, of the monoril.v, bas .he republicans out classed at ivory point. ?? ?? ii What about observance bf mo iuoriul day in llenneltsN ille ( We ave soon no announcement along lie line but presume, that it w e remembered. ?ti?? Talk about tho Democrat for $1. Ve ea I* t'y all tho nows and rivery ling which occurs before tho I )cniocrat goo...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 17 April 1908

1' MARLBORO DEMOCRAT BENNETTSVILIiB. S. C. "IEMOCR&T PUBLISHING CO., Subscription i?rlc?* Une year.$1.00 Six months.50 Three months.25 PERSONAL J ll McKittrick spent a day in Columbia lust week. J B Normont was in town Sat urday on buisness. J II Bock ham spent Sunday with homo folks at Kock Hill. Miss Hallie Lytch spent Satur day with kinpcoplo at Gibson. Miss Sudio Bailey of McColl S C is thc guest of relatives in tire city-Charlotte Observer. Mrs C ll May and children aro visiting her sister Mrs W W "Wanamaker at Orangeburg. W F Stevenson, a prominent attorney of Cheraw is hore attend ing court this week. Mrs. Ira Bounds has boon visit ing her daughter, Mrs- Clara Bil li! ps, in Clarendon county. T K Stokes Editor of tho Har ington Press, was among thc vistors to town on Monday. J L Everett of Monroe spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents Mr ?ind Mrs j L Evorel Mrs. C. F. Moore and eau? h lei 1 Miss Kmc ?tine, bf Cheraw, Thrrsda.y in to,.u with relativ? "Mrs. h. J. Breede...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 17 April 1908

BBNNETTSVILLB, S, C. CO., Hnbncrlytlon erlcei Uno year.$1.00 Six months.50 Throe months.25 PERSONAL J li MoKittrick spent a day in Columbia last week. J E Normont was in town .Sat urday on buisness. J II Heck ham spont Sunday with home folks at Kock Hill. Miss Hallie Lytch spent Satur day with kinpcoplo at Gibson. Miss Sudio Hailey of McColl S C is the guest of relatives in thc city-Charlotte Observer. Mrs C K May and children arc visiting her sister Mrs W W Wanamaker at Orangeburg. W F Stevenson, a prominent attorney of Cheraw is hore attend ing court this week. Mrs. Ira Hounds has been visit ing her daughter, Mrs. Clara Hil lups, in Clarendon county. T R Stokes Editor of tho Har ington Press, was among the visto rs to town on Monday. .1 L Everett of Monroe spent Saturday and Sunday with Ins parents Mr and Nits .1 fj ! '.ven i . Mrs. 0, h\ Moore and eau; [itel Miss Erne ?tine, ot' < ?he rirw, . il Thrrsduy lil town \% iib :.. lat! Mrs. ? ?taw??n wvr.t, fo'j Ghestor Stiturdh d ab...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 17 April 1908

BOILER EXPLODES On locomotive While the Train Was in Slow Motion TWO MEN ARE KILLED. Tho Accident Occurred on the Ashe ville lillie of tho Southern Railway Near Ilillgirt, N. O. Tho Accident Was Not Due to Low Water. The Rig Eugine Was Blown Into Scrap Iron. Tho explosion of a locomotive on the Asheville division, a brief account of which was published, was a most unuasunl as well as most shocking casualty. The Asheville, Gazette News has the following account of the explosion: "The remains of Engineer George Luuderback, one of the victims of a terrible accident near Hillglrt, on the Asheville & Spartanburg line of the ?sheVill? division, about Saturday midnight, when tho boiler of engine No. C28 blew up with frightful ? re sult, were shipped to Augusta, G.?., for interment. The remains of Fire man W. M. Kemp, the second vic tim of tho accident, were seat to Gaudier, ten miles from Asheville, Whore tho interment occurred. "Tho frightful accident cast a gloom over the railroad bo...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 17 April 1908

FARMER'S FRIENDS. SOME BINDS THEY SHOULD PRO TECT AH Tlicy Destroy Inserts, Weed Seed and Numerous Other Enemies of the Farm. The substance of this article is but . n summary of an account of the work of the Biological Survey of the De partment of Agriculture, prepared for the Kal ional Geographic Magazine hy 11 W. Honshaw, The Biological Survey was estab lished in 1885, with Dr. C ll. Mer riam as director. The relations of the. bird to (he crops were not then . well understood. It is not onougti, nays Mr. Henshaw, lo be told that birds feed on Insects; we munt know tho particular kinds they eat. The fact that the crow sometimes eats corn is not sufficient evidence on which to condemn the bird. Wo must learn tin? nature of its food at nil timos: hence the necessity for the examination of the birds stom achs to learn not only the kinds of food eaten, but their relative quan tities. lt is not en nu gil to know tjnit birds oat insects, or that they destroy crops. Hirds are injurious al...

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. — 17 April 1908

FARMER'S FRIENDS. SOM F, BIRDS THEY SHOULD PRO? TEOT As They Destroy Inser?s, Weed Seed . ?nd Numerous Other Enemies of the Farm. Tho substance of this article is hui ^u summary of an account of tho work "of the Biological Survey of the De partment of Agriculture, prepared for the National ideographic Magazine hy H VV. llenshaw. The Biological Survey was estab lished in ?886, with Dr. Cl lt. Mer riam as director. The relations of f. the, bird to the crops were not (hen j ?well understood. It ls not enough, I*-* says Mr. Honshaw, to be told that hirds feed on Insects; we munt know tho particular kinds they eat. Tho fact that the crow sometimes eats corn is not sufficient evidence an which to condemn the bird. Wo must learn thc nature of its food at all times; hence the necessity for the examination of the birds stom achs to learn not only the kinds of food eaten, but their relative quan tities. lt is not enough to know flint birds oat inser ts, or that they destroy crops. Binls are i...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 17 April 1908

THE MCCALL HOTEL Firm of Wilson, Sompayrac Urquhart to Draw Plans.' Tho board of directors of tho now McCall Hotel company hold an important meeting during tho past week, tho occasion being tho deciding on what firm should sub mit plans for tho hotel. Several of the loading architects of- thc coun try wore present and it took a long timo to decide. Thc board reviewed tho plans of each very carefully and went into all thc details. After consultation it was decided that the firm of Wilson, Sompayrac, and Urquhart, of Columbia, should bc thc one to draw thc plans and specifications. Tho firm which was selected arc noted Columbia architects and they at high in their linc. Many of thc buildings in other parts of thc state had their plans drawn by this firm and they were highly^rccom mendod. They aro right on the job and tho plans which they will sub mit at a later meeting can bo count cd on lo bo thc right ones. In tho course of tho next two weeks it is likely that tho plans will again b...

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. — 17 April 1908

>?lbM?MI?M WW??? OB va Ot. DK A KI?/S STATEMENT Writes to Correct Alleged Er rors About Com. i?miett l?e. S C K. F. D. No. Apr. ll lOO?- ISdit?r of tho puocrat, BonuettsvlUe, S. C. eur sir: ?ustii tlu ixccutive com . ?ii il in ol r tlint sonio er . ? may bo cor ,VOU w Pooum ol aso publish tho Yours etc. Im N. Drake, ?sentut ion not thc executive .he first Mon ti was decided at a lair and lip of thc clubs .presentation at ion, would bc to t thc first pri sca rs ago nt i, as thc mern , and it was so mitloe. joting of said 2 o'clock, bul ded that all thc attend would .. and ns '.hen4 j rent import I, :uul that it were aux ! decided to, ?Ung between il not between ; bcCll staled. \. Drake. Chairman. cd to, which j week's Dcm *>ther pago ol' There was no .sent thc ioni se. Wc sini icts, as they n looking for lniittec. to got meeting, wc o baso, i .tion in the had been representation .year on tho primary two on tho old MI thc custom ell known that many more .tb rolls than t in the p...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 17 April 1908

BOYS SENT HOME Clemson Faculty Dismisses Over 300 Students In Ali For APRIL FOOL FROLIC. Thu Decision Was Announced nt the Wednesday Morning Drill. Presi dent Mell and Commandant Minns Muk?s Talks to tho Cadets Tell ing Them of the Need foi- Preserv ing Disciplino. Two hundred and fifty-seven stu dents of Clemson College were dis missed on Wednesday morning from Hw Institution. This uuuihor. with the forty-eight members of the jun ior class dismissed tho Saturday morning before, aggregates I h ree hun dred and live cadets dismissed on account of th? all-fools day escapade, when three hundred and nine boys absented themselves from tho cam pus und all duties from curly in the morning until late in the evening. Of tho three bundled und nine boys only four were not dismissed. These were M. B. McCrudy, of Chnrleston, H. T. Knight,, of Chesterfield, .1. H. Hay den of Orangeburg, and .). H. Fixer, of Dorchester. On account of en I co unting circumstances in their cases, these young men wor...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 24 April 1908

Democrat .?UP THOU, tiniflAT IjlttRKTY, IN8MBE PUB SOULS AN? MAKB PUK MV.CS IN THY UP&ESS^N IIAI l'? OH OUR I.IOATHS GLORIOUS IN THY OAUSK. VOJJ XXX I I i lmNNKTTSVILLF.. S. C^KtDAY, APRIL 24. 1908 NO. 17 MARTIN ?S MAD Attacks Ex-Gov. Heyward in tho Baptist Courier. WRITES WARM LETTER Thc* Superintendent of Education Talion tito Courier to Task Con* ?orniiig a Prediction it Made, a Short Timo Ago I hat Kv-Gov. Hey? ward Would tte Fleeted Senator at thc Coming Primary, Hon. (). H. M n un. Stale SUDOrhi tondent of lOdiicatlon, and a candi date for United states Senator has opened his letter writing butteries on tho lion. I), c. HoyWnrd, former Gov ernor and also' a candidate loi tho Sonnte, .Mr Martin's ire seems lo have laen aroused hy the publication in the Baptist Courier. I Mr. Marlin is a Baptist) under the Moto and Comment Column, conducted hy the Kev. I J. J. Bristow, of a prediction ?thal Mr I loy ward will bo elected Sen ator and the assertion that lie will reflect honor ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 24 April 1908

BENNETTS YILLE, S. O. WilTcALDWEL?U EDITOR SEND'''THEM Wo agrco with tho JNcws and Courior that tho South Carolina delegation to tho democratic con vention at Denver should go unin structed. In tliis attitude wc be lieve that the News and Courier voices thc sentiment ol' thc vast majority of thc democratic voters of the state. As to who is the most available candidato for nomination at this time it is hard to say. True Bryan seems to have a long lead but what of that? There is a good deal of time between now and the meeting of the convention and we. submit that it would bc foolish for South Carolina to send their delegates instructed for Bryan. Suppose when they arrive on the scene that they sci* that Bryan is not thc best man to nominate? They would have to vote fer him anyway. We would prefer to see them go uninstructed and let the state con vention pass a resolution slating that it is for the delegates to usc their best judgement and vole for the best man whether he lie Bry an, J...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 24 April 1908

MRS, ROWE ENTERTAINS Reception for bridal Party on Monday Evening of Last Week On Monday evening Mrs. Wal ter S Rowe entcrtainoa in honor of Miss Faison and her bridal party. The invitations, bearing gold embossed Cupids, were very appropriate for the occasion. Tho guests were received at thc door by Mrs. Alice G Moore moth er of tho hostess, and then pre sented to tho bride and groom e lect and tho hostess and host by Miss Myrtle Moore. The attraction of tho sitting room was a beautifully painted sofa pillow having in tho centre a picture of a bride and surrounded by cards bearing wise sayings and advice tor the future, this was registered by each of the bridal party according to their taste. Mr. and Mrs. E D Moore received in the sitting room and Miss Thelma Howe presided at the punch bowl. As the wedding march was be ing played by the orchestra thc guests were invited to tho dining room, w here Mrs. Maud C Howe assisted in entertaining while they were t eing served a delightful s...

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. — 24 April 1908

MRS, ROWE ENTERTAINS Reception fer bridal Party on Monday Evening of Last Week On Monday evening Mrs. Wai te;* S Howe entertained in honor of Miss Faison and her bridal party. Thc invitations, bearing gold ombosscd Cupids, were very appropriate for the occasion. Tho guests were received at tho door by Mrs. Alice G Moore moth er of tho hostess, and then pre sented to thc bride and groom e lect and tho hostess and host by Miss Myrtle Moore. Thc attraction of thc sitting room was a beautifully painted sofa pillow having in tho centre a picture of a bride and surrounded by cards bearing wise sayings and advice tor the future, this was registered by each of tho bridal party according to their taste. Mr. and Mrs. E D Mooro received in the sitting room and Miss Thelma lio wc presided at the punch bowl. As the wedding march was be ing played by the orchestra thc guests were invited to the dining room, w hero Mrs. Maud C Rowe assisted in entertaining while they wore being served a delightful...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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