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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 24 April 1908

SWEPT BY FLOOD. Fully Three Thousand Persons, Most of Them Poor, DRIVEN FROM HOME. The Wltolc of North Texas Deluged Hy Ileuvy Hains.-Every Available Man ls Pressed Into Service by the Fori Worth Railroad-Trafile Par? alvzed-Police Fired Pistols to Warn ibo People. Throughout north Texas the heav iest rains in many yearn ?re reported, causing tremendous loss to farmers and stock growors flooding lowlands and rendering country roads impas sable, hundreds of bridges having been washed away. At Fort Worth tho Trinity river is reeeeding, but street car trafile be tween Fort Worth and North Fort Worth will not bo restored beforo to morrow. By employing every available man in the city and dispatching them in special trains to the sent of the trou ble, Fort Worth railroads Saturday actively began to repair tho $250,000 damage inflicted by Friday night's .storms. North Fort Worth ls Isolated and live hundred houses are submerged. Mineral City, near Weatherford, is under water, and Clobourne...

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. — 24 April 1908

FIENDISH BRUTE. A TT WM PT KI) AN ASSAULT ON A BU A VE LKXINtSTON WOMAN. li Se Ohnsod i lie Scoundrel Willi a <Uun to l*erry, Whore Ile Was Ar rested. Tho Slate says Chief of Police Sal ley, of Perry carried to Columbia Wednesday night and lodged in the State penitentiary Alex. Hall, colored, Charged with attempting criminal assault upon a Lexington county wo man Sunday afternoon. The negro waa arrested at Perry Monday night ny Chief Balley and Wednesday no wns taken to tin? Aiken county jail, ll was deemed wise to place tko negro in (he penitentiary, however, ?md O til cor S;i!ley carried him to Columbia Wednesday night and lie will rema in here for sale keeping until the opening ol" the regu lar term ol' criminal court in Lexing ton. Sunday afternoon Hall slopped at the homo of .Mr. C. Wint Sox. at Kdinund.N, about io miles from Lex ington. Mrs. Sox was the only per son at home. II?? asked her foi a drink of water and sh?' st ur tod to git it for him. when he tinned and ex clai...

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. — 24 April 1908

? THE COURT YARD Hs in Bad Need of Cleaning up Its Condition If any person desires ti) seo .something which comes nearer Soaking like thc original way in which Columbus and thc other dis coverers found America it is sug .S??sU^.l that he go on the public ..street and take a look at thc court Durase square. Noise much at the ?wurt house but at thc yard. Crusting tho eye over the premi ses there isa vision of old barrels, Ca>m up signs, brickbats, old limbs i rees, and waste paper galore. The grass looks like a meadow in fifbiy and if thc person will only ik>ol? at tho court house yard he wri?d bo hard to convince that bc is rmdly in thc conter of thc city. The monument to thc Confed?r ale dead stands on tho right of thc grounds and all around this the %rml\ is lying. Not only on this l?de but on that towards the post office the trash, paper, and brick "foals flourish. Even out to the ?very edge of thc street they go .-mid often they ovcrsted these bounds. In fact tho court hous...

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. — 24 April 1908

THE COURT YARD 3s in Bad Need of Cleaning up Ks Condition lt" any person desires to seo something which conics nearer (tooVmg like the original way in which Columbus and thc other dis coverers found America it is sug .sastod that he go on tho public ..street and take a look at the court Blouse square. Not so much at the :.cou.rt house but at thc yard. Casting tho eye over thc promi ses there isa vision of old barrels, Cd)ra up signs, brickbats, old 1 ?nibs 8VA irees, and waste paper galore. The grass looks like a meadow in ?flny and if the person will only 'k>K>h at tho court house y aril he wi?! bc hard to convince that he is rodly in thc conter of the city. Tlie monument to the Confeder ate dead stands on tho right of the 3jtroaiuls and all around this the ?rjv?h is lying. Not only on this aide but on that towards the post office the trash, paper, and brick bats ilourish. Even out to thc very edge of thc street they go grad often they overstod these Bnmnds. in fact tho court...

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. — 24 April 1908

. Ct-*9 ?4 4 ? ? I .... 1 BBNNETTSVILLE3, S, C. DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO^ Subscription l'rlce: I 'no year. .$ 1.00 ix months.BO Three months.25 PERSONAL Miss Lizzie Moggs, of Marion, s visiting her sister Mrs. Tart. Lane Decs has returned to his ionic after a pleasant visit herc. nicklin of Chester was in own on Monday. Mrs S II McGhco of Greenwood ?s visiting her mother Mrs Lt D Jamill. Mrs. Bell Hill Blake, of Tacoa, Ga. is visiting her daughter, Mrs. 0/ . Crosland. irM Hodges of Brownsville was i pleasant caller at the Advocate jflice on Saturday* W F Pond superintendent ol' ?ho Gibson oil mill was in town Wednesday. Misses Blanche Freeman and Mazie Brooks of Hamlet are visit Og Miss Daisy Freeman. Henry Bouchier carno homo from ?he State University to spend (Castor willi his mother. J N Stricklih, editor of the 3horaw Chronicle spent last YVcd icsday in Bennetlsville. Mu? Margaret Freeman is visit ti?? nYr daughtor, Mrs K L Keayes t Ebenezer Florence county. .lohn C Dunbar of Lama...

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. — 24 April 1908

BENNETTSVILLB, S. C. JEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO^ Subscription prtcet ?.me year. .$ 1.00 ix months.BO Throe months.25 ?ERSONAL Miss Lizzie Meggs, of Marion, s visiting her sister Mrs. Tart. Lano Decs has returned to his tome after a pleasant visit here. IfyM nicklin of Chester was in . own on Monday. Mrs S II Medice of Greenwood ;s visiting her mother Mrs I J I) Tarrah. Mrs. Bell Hill Blake, of Tacoa, :.Tiv. is visiting her daughter, Mrs. 0/ . Crosland. FTM Hodges of Brownsville was i pleasant caller at the Advocate milico on Saturday. AV F Pond superintendent of oho Gibson oil mill was in town Wednesday. Misses Bl ancho Freeman and Milzie Brooks of Hamlet arc visit ng Miss Daisy Freeman. Henry Bouchier came home from ;ho State University to spend Kastor with his motlier. J N Strieklin, editor of thc )horaw Chronicle spent last Wed nesday in Bennettsville. Muy Margaret Freeman is visit tig ukr daughter, Mrs R L Reaves t Fbenczer Florence county. John C Dunbar of Lamar S])ont av?rai days ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 24 April 1908

THEY WILL HANG. Two Brutal Murderers Promptly Convicted (Wur in Lexington. TELL OF THOR I CRME Wilie? Was Hi ulai in Hi? Extreme Tho Slayers of Aged Mrs. Mlllsor Given Quirk Trial and Will Ile Speedily Executed-A Very Large Crown Witnessed the Trial, but Everything Passed Ofi Quietly. Ned and Brack Toland, the two negro boys who killed Mrs. Frances 1011 ?sor at Cayce. across the river from Columbia, OM Wednesday, Feb ruary 26, were convicted at Lexing ton. ?rn Tuesday of murder in the li:.a. degree ?md Judge .Janies W. Un vote sentenced thom to band on Fri day, .May I. The trial consumed only about eight hours.. Capt. .los. lt. Allen and lim Rich land Volunteers escorted tin- prison ers io Lexington Tuesday morning from the South Carolina penitentiary andihroiigiioill lin- trial remained on duly, with llxed bayonets, around tho prison dock. 'I le1 eoUrl room was j crowded to its capacity ami lhere wero not less than Sou people in town to witness th? trial. There was not. (he j sligh...

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. — 1 May 1908

The Marlboro Democrat ^_ _.. . -___. ^_ ff "DO THOU, O H KAT IARKRTY, INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKIO Ol'? LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." VOL XXXLlj_IVEXNITFTSyiLLK. S. C., FRIDAY, MAY 1. 1908 NO. 18 BIG LOSS OF LIFE In Several States Caused by a Destructive Cyclone THREE HUNDRED DEAD 0 Over Our Thousand More or Less Injured, und Many Thousands Are Homeless.-Storm Covered Much Territory, Nearly Kif ty Towns Ho ing Wrecked, Sonic nf Which Aro Almost Wiped Out. Three hundred und fi ri > killed, a hundred or inore poisons fatally in jured and manx limes llii.- number painfully hurt, together with a prop orly loss running up Into the millions, is the record so far of a series of tornadoes thal originated in the West Thursday, sweeping across Texas, ok lahoma. Arkansas, Louisiana. Missis sippi. Tennessee, Alabama and Geor gia Friday and Friday night. lt loft a path of death, desolation ?*\nd want in its wake, seriously Inter rupted communication hot we...

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. — 1 May 1908

.'HO THOU, GRISAT LIBERTY, INSPlRlti OUR SOULS AND MAKIO OUR LIVICS IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OH OUH DICATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSH." NO. 18 BIG LOSS OF LIFE In Several States Caused by a Destructive Cyclone THREE HUNDRED DEAD Over On<< Thousand More or Less 4 Injured, and Many Thousands Are Homeless.-SI orin (.'evered Much Territory, Nearly Fifty Towns Me in? Wrecked, Some of Which Aro Almost W iped Out. Three hundred and fifty, killed, ti hundred or more persons fatally in jured and many limes this nu ni her painfully hun, together with u mop orty loss running up Into the millions, is the record so far of a series of tornadoes thal originated in the Wesl Thursday, sweeping across Texas, Ok lahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, Missis sippi, Tennessee. Alabama and Geor gia Friday and Friday night. H loft a path of death, desolation I. ti nd want In its wake, seriously inter rupted communication between cities In (he South and brought about chao tic conditions in many smaller towns. Missi...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 1 May 1908

m The JWarlboro Democrat - ,_ t "DO THOU, GRIS?T I.IRERTY, INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MARK OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." ' VOL XXXUf BENNETTSVILLE. S. C., FRIDAY, MAY L 1908 NO. 18 BIG LOSS OF LIFE In Several States Caused by a Destructive Cyclone THREE HUNDRED DEAD Over Ono Thousand Moro or Les* t Injured, and Many Thousands Aro Homeless.-SI orin Covered Much Territory, Nearly Fifty Towns He in? Wrecked, Some of Which Aro Almost Wiped Out. Three hundred and ilfl> killed. ?1 h ll nd led or more persons tidally in jured and m nh j limos litis number painfully burt, together with ti prop orly loss running up Into tho millions, is the record so far of a series of tornadoes thal originated In Ihe West Thursday, swooping across Texas, Ok lahoma, Arkansas. Louisiana. Missis sippi. Tennessee. Alabama and Geor gia Friday and Friday night. ll loft a path of death, desolation t'.'Jiad want in its wake, seriously inter rupted communication between cilios...

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. — 1 May 1908

. THE MARLBORO DEMOCRAT BEOTETOSYILLE, S. C. W. F. CALDWELL^ EDITOR *MONEY AND ITS BENEHTS. " Everybody knows what money is. Wc probably hear that word used more than any Qther in the English language ant] today tho world is talking money abovo and beyond everything else. It is tho drcam/>f thc young man and maiden to some day have money. It is the desire of those who already have a goodly portion of the world's goods to get more money. In fact it is fast eclipsing everything oise if it has not already done so. It is the key which unlocks every door but that of eternal life and some people are sacrificing even that for money. "Money is the root of all evil," says tho Bible and wc sec that fact illustrated day by day. Men rarely ever do evil for anything else than money. Or at least it is the cause of more evil than any other ono thing. No matter what the apparent cause of a wrong is if you will trace it back to its source you will invariably lind that money is the starting point ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 1 May 1908

t ? MARLBORO DEMOCRAT BENNETTSVILL.E. S. C. BBMOCtt?T P DBUSHIKO CO.^ Hnhorription k'ricot Une year.fi. 00 Six months.50 Three months.25 PERSONAL Warren Mooro spent last week in Charleston on buisnoss. Percy Dees returned Monday from a visit to Greenville. B F McLcndon is home for vaca tion from Asbury College Wil more, Ky. Mr Boyd Brigman united with the Presbyterian Churl) Sunday morning. J T Eason Jr spent several days in Williamsburg county last week on buisness. Mrs T D Moore has returned to her home in Charlotte after visiting relatives here. Mr and Mrs A G Sinclair attend ed the Pegues-Murphy wedding in Che raw hist .week. Miss Josephine Cobb returned Monday from a visit to Mrs ll II Covington at Sumter. Miss Lilian McNair who has been visiting Mrs J T Eason has returned to her home. Capt W ll McIntyre attended a luncheon in Columbia given by Col Thompson oh Monday. Mr Goo T Sullivan and Mrs Evelyn Sullivan were received into the Methodist Church last Sunday. Some of the youn...

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. — 1 May 1908

SOME GOOD REASONS. WHY THE COTTON ACREAGE Kliorid) HE REDUCED. A Mg Crop This Yoni' Montis Elvo Oonf Coll?n aiMl Haid Times For the South. Tho following circular letter has been sont out hy Mr. J. A. Taylor, president of tho National Gimlet's assoc in Hon: Cotton has reached tho lowest,point since Jan. I, 1903, except from No vember to May of the big crop .'car of 1904-0.r>, when it sold two centb per pound lower than tills. What' bas caused this decline of three cents per 'mund in spite of (he fart "that the cotton crop of the world ls about 4,600,00 short of last year's crop? Tho only answer Hint I can lind ia "Luck of Confidence." The rotifer is not buying except ns he nevis the goods, the jobber is doing th osante, consequently the mills have no orders ahead, while last year, and fo ? sev eral years past, they have bau o: dorn boo'ked from three lo six months iu advance. What causes this lack of confi dence? They are afraid we will raise a bumper crop of cotton again this yea...

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. — 1 May 1908

FI??I m <;<;v When tho Horse Began to KIHI, Fulls on lier Head and Dies Several Hours A fl rr? iu d. A dispatch li om Blackville lo The Stah- says what is considered ?mr of thc saddest accidents thal ever hap pened lhere was the sudden death of Miss Hon ula h Gillam, caused by a runaway horse. Miss Gillam and her friend. Miss A lire Sojourner, were out driving ami had driven mil on tho road lo the Healing springs, a favor ite drive from Blackville. There wore a number P' buggies in a line returning from tue springs to )B lack vi ile and a coupleiif young men - undertook lo drive hy Miss Sojourn # er's horse, whic h was a very spirited animal. . The horsti commenced* nianing and soon gol from under her control, though she is an excellent driver. Miss Gillan) became very much ex cited and jumped from thc buggy, striking ber head. Slie never Tegul ned consciousness and died at 2 p. m. Monday. Miss Sojourner remained in the buggy un di the horse struck a tree and throw her out. Sh...

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. — 1 May 1908

"SWEETEST GIRL IN DIXIE" HfatMAted At Auditorium by Dra matic Club **3S?e sweetest girl in Dixie" IttMilnfl was- presented by the dra am??Q club at tho school auditori um? OBI> Thursday night was the ?tt?fttf the season by far. Tho HBKsutors had practiced their parts mtffnad everything went through .wtSl-aut'a hitch. Tho house was ]ICT&kdv?nd thc audience thorough ?fcrfca^yied everything on the pro jfgp^m-.erad round aftor round of iqgjjflfiiinri swept over tho house as ?mri>3>?*no was depicted. The four aa?Jfeo?f the play Ind passed and the enarcwojlwas sorry that it was ovor, aa?oBtue^i pleasure and fun had they ?PBW??rr out of the evening. e:S&\,. Fred Howe, witli tho cornet, ??r JKfc Dudley with the violin, wmoC^s. Fred Rowe at the piano i?raiuftcd the music for tho cven aa?y ?QV? added quite a deal to the rtwurriises. When they struck up CUIR, ^fixie" a yell went up and the rjaaaljoco cheered wildly. Between imyjxti Miss Lyl Crosland gave a solo, 4'The sweetest...

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. — 1 May 1908

THE STORY OF MAN IN SPAIN LETTER WHICH WAS RECEIV ED DY MR.. SCHULTZ An Old Fake Which Has Been Used a Long Time-The Letter is Published Notices have appeared in papers el, owhere in thc state about a let ter which was being sent out from Spain and Benncttsville has been included in thc number. Mr. Shultz, thc baker, roceived thc letter which follows last week Tta story of the man in Spain if 1 is in prison and his money but in England is an old fake and Mr. Shultz kindly allowed thc Ad vocatc to have the letter. Here it is and it is self explanatory. Madrid L.j 4, 1008. Dear Sir: - I am in prison here for bankruptcy and I address you this letter for ask you if you will help me for recovering 1,200,000 francs in banknotes that I have within a bank deposited in a rail way station of England. For that it is necessary that you advance thc sum required to pav thc charges of my process to the Ti*')unal and raise the seizure for recover a valise which has a sec ret hidden that contain a c...

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. — 1 May 1908

WHO THEY ARE. Names of Candidates For Senate and State Officers. CAMPAIGN NOW OPEN There Are Five Candidates for tho t.hlitcd States Senate, Two For Governor, Throe tor Superintendent of Education, Five for Railroad Commissioner, and Only One for Knoll of the Oilier Stale Olli? es. Tho political campaign In this stine may ne said to bc fairly open MOW, und soon il will be in full blast hu? Ute n.om-.:aiu lo the sea. The ?a) un ly Conventions meei on Monday, day I. ami the Slate Convention will neel on May L'U, Candidates are be ing brought out by their friends, and soon Cicy will be all out, Tho can didates for Culled Sta ti s Sen alor aro: Messrs. o H. Martin, .lohn Cary IO va ns, (Seorgo Johnstone, IO. [). Smith and I). C. I loyward. From ex pressions In the county press, ll ap pears lo ho tho opinion timi the race is bel ween IOx-CoV. Kvans and 10x Cov. Heyward, bul Mr; Mai lin seems to object lo thu promulgation of this opinion, and doubtless tho other can didates do also, bm th...

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. — 8 May 1908

The JViarlboro Democrat R ??DO THOU, GREAT IJIBKHTY, INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY POBS1.SSION HAPPY OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." VOL XXXITj BENNETTSVILI Ai. S. C., FRIDAY, M AY 8. !{)()? NO. 19 MANY LIVES LOST In a Most Destructive Hotel Fire at Fort Wayne, Ind. NUMBER OF MISSING. Tho Burn lng of (ho Rog ist or Renders Accurate Estimate of Futilities Impossible-Tlio Fire Was discov ered nt Hnlf-Pusl Titree O'Clock Sunday .Morning in tho Elevator Shaft. At loasl \2 persons lost their lives in :i Ure which destroyed the New Aveline hotel at Fort Wayne, Ind., early Sunday morning. Tho cutir? $ interior of tito building is a smould ering houp of ruins and how ninny dead ure concealed hy the debris can only be conjectured. The hotel reg ister was consumed by thc bro and there is no accurate means of de termining who is missing. ^ Charred wood, bricks and twisted girders are piled up between the walls lo t li o second story. Piece by piece this must be removed befo...

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. — 8 May 1908

INSTRUCTED FOR BRYAN *.A. HODGES ENDORSED FOR CONGRESS IfVohibition Resolutions Passed Delegates Elected to State Convention T?he Democratic county convon was called to order Monday art Doon by tho county chairman, XhA J N Drake. Tho following .ifetogates represented the various e??aJhb:. ADAMS VILLE. &? Moore, NV ll Gibson, A C <?&ss*:n, lt J Adams. BEN N KTT8 VI LI.K. FA Hodges, L J Breeden, T I Sitars, R L Frcoman, A .J David, Jw* A Drake, J Iv Owens, J H f?rren, J F Townsend, T C IIu IBMST* J P Gibson, T S Evans, D D ?WJA?UII, Jr., G ? McCall, M E ?Urwwd, I) M D McLeod, ? J Mo Bun?s, G 10 Exum. BIHGHTSVILLE. 3?W Goodwin, J A Stubbs, J Xli?S Hurley, C L Stubbs-, 1) K bunton. HUOWNSVII.l.K. W B Drake, Harris Bristow, M JE ISrigman, J E Rogers, J R ?Xrafital, W L Kinney, U P Hod asw CLIO. 3>sf& D Edens, W A Hinshaw, J ? Calhoun, VV Quick, J TStan texD, Mci.) Munson, Loch McLau B?hj, T> McQueen, D VV Pate, Ju flrasljane L D Bundy, E W tSnvAh. RED HILL. "W F Roge...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 8 May 1908

REVIVAL AT CLIO Thirty-two Sermons Preached by Rev. J. F. Speake Clio, May 4.--Tho greatest spir itual meeting ever held in this com munity closed on Sunday night with an over crowded house at the Methodist church. Thc Rev'd Sirs J F Spcake,conferonco evangelist, F H Shu 1er, pastor, and J J Douglas, pastor of the Baptist church have worked together in beautiful Christian harmony, and tho result is a groat outpouring of spiritual grace that must lire in this com munity as a great strengthening power in tho moral and spiritual uplift of thc community. Mr. Speake closed thc services with his thirty-second sermon receiving ?he plaudit of well done welling * p in every heart. Tho fruits of tho victory over evil has not all been gathered yet. About seven ty five have come forword for church membership, some of whom will go to thc oilier churches as the doors to all tho churches were kept open by the pastor, Kev. F H Shu 1er who occupies a high place in religious fame and wc all deeply re...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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