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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 8 May 1908

/ WHITE AND BLACKS llAVK SOCIAL ?HMJAIATY 1HNNKH IN NWW YORK. White Women Sandwiched in Bc tween Negro Mon mid Whit o Mon Ret ween Negro Women. Nothing in recent years lias so stirred tho white people or mis coun try as the "social equality" dinner given lu New York on Monday night week under the auspices of the Cos mopolitan club. The purpose of the dinner, and of the movement of which it is u part, ?was, frankly und confessedly, to break down Hie social barriers be tween the two races, and the advo cacy of Intermarriage, ox prosed by .whites and blacks alike at this re markable dinner, was greeted with the loudest enthusiasm of the even ing. There weir uiuoty-three people at the dinner, thc proportion of negroes hoing about two to ono, while among the whites were a large number of white women, a DU i a ted with 'settle ment*' work and socialism. The seating arrangements were so devised that n while woman Invar iably snt between negro men. A DKHIOKVIOI) PROMOTION. Col, lt. W. Hunt ...

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. — 8 May 1908

TDK MIGHTS OF LABOR. Lad Would Not Do More Than Ho Had To. There ls a Vermonter who adds to tho tamil income accruing from his furm by a little lumherln' lu the win ter. Thia man had this your an assist* ant In the person ol a tall, lank youth Of 17 One day the trees had boen cut and th.; log! skidded or vi ra wu together In a 'die oh the brink of u simm bank where they could bo easily loaded on a sled. Suddenly the blocking th.it held thc pile in place gave way and the logs begun t" roll down tho hank; whereupon the farmer shouted lo the youth, who was standing for the moment, directly in their path, to run .lo.- his life. Instenw of doing so, however, he dropped Into a little bellow that chanced to be near, and the logs came tabling down over him, Of course the farmer supposed thit ills hell had heirn instantly killed. With (he assistance of some other nam be managed to roll the logs uff Iiis youthful assistant, and, to his in tense surprise, lt AUS found that 'die lad wa,, unharm...

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. — 8 May 1908

BENHETTSYILLE, B. O, SiCFTc?LbWEIXjSDlTOR ... ........>,...->. i?, ??..... .....,.?..?.>..>....?..??.?.-..'.. ?..?.?.?.'... ABOUT THE PAPER. As announced some months ago thc names of thc Democrat sub scribers have been placed on mail ing galleys and on each paper is the name, and tho time to which t'ie paper is paid. Look at tho la bol on your papers and y?u can tell when it is out. In revising the list some names were inadvertently left off. Wc have been very careful in transfer ring the names and have just fin ished tho list. All of those which were omitted unintentionally and who have notified us have boen put back on and their time exten ded one month. If you have miss ed copies of the paper send us word and we will not only place your name on tho list a.^ain but will make good thc time which was lost. We are very anxious that every one who has paid for the paper in advance should be on the Hst and we aro doing our very best to see that this is done. As already said ...

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. — 8 May 1908

BENNETTS VILLE, S, C. DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING JO., 8?bierlptlon prices Clio year.$ 1.00 Six months.50 Three months.25 PERSONAL W 8 Hendloy of Columbia spent Sunday in town. Mrs. L J Breeden returned Sat urday night from Chester, where she has been visiting relatives. There ?re services at the Meth odist church each night this week, conducted by thc pastor, Kev. lt K Turnipseed. Misses Mazio Brooksand Blanch Freeman of Hamlet, vho have been visiting Miss Daisy Freeman, returned home yesterday. Mrs. Il W Carroll and Mrs. (? W Douglas have been elected del egates from the Twentieth Cen tury club to the state meeting of woman's clubs in Greenville. J S Sterling, principal of thc Brightsville school, was in town Saturday. Mr. Sterling is from Blackstock, Fairfield county, and is a teacher of long experience. Mr Groseh the photogapher and painter will start for Europe in a few days. Mrs W R Crosland and Mrs J L Jordan are visiting their sisters in Greenville. Kev. C. A. Jones p: cached an exc...

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. — 8 May 1908

AVERY HOTIIME Republicans Have Big Row In Their State Convention. CAPERS HAS A FIGHT. Knocks a Negro from thc Platform MIKI thc Wildest ICvcitomciit mid Confusion Prevailed-Capers Cou? trolled the Convention Through Deus, Who Presided-Cut mid Dried Program Carried out.. The State Republican Convention. Which mot in Columbia on Tuesday, was the scene of the wildest contu sion and excitement and moro than once there was promise ol* a lively roi am Ole. oven a l i ce-lor a 11 light KOO 111 Cd imminent nt one lime. Al 1 the afternoon session. John C. Cap ers, railed States commissioner of in ternal revenue, knocked hld. Thump- < son. colored off Hie platform. Thomp son was knocked clear eff tim plat form ami his hoad struck i heavy wooden hench. lie lay upon thc door for several i moments and ii was thought thal ? possibly he was seriously injured, but with the exception of slight bruises i about the face lie showed no signs of injury and was soon on his feet. Hut this started (roubl...

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. — 15 May 1908

The Marlboro Democrat r "WO THOU, ?KWAT LIBERTY, INSPIRE OUR SOULS ANO MAKES OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OK OUK DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSH." VOL XXXIIf_BENNETTS VILLE. 8. C., FRIDAY, MAY 15. 1008 NoT?? WHII h FIEND. Assaults a Little White Girl Near Langley Thursday. HE MADE HIS ESCAPE Hui the Enraged People Scoured ^ the Woods for Him. Ile Met tho li.fl? Niuo Year Old Girl (Join? Howe From School and Criminally Assaulted Her. v' A disipatch from A af.asta to Tho News and Courier says t/ultl May l.eohard. the little nine year old ?daughter of Mr. Uolivor Loohnrd, of Langley, S. C., was criminally as saulted Thursday afternoon by un unknown white niau and is lu a criti cal condition. The fiend escaped. Excitement waa at a fever pitch Thursday nicht al Langel.v and tho woods around tho village were literally swarming with crowds ot armed mon. Had the ob ject of their search been caught a , lynching would have followed despite the fact that Sheriff Rayburn was early on the scen...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 15 May 1908

KOLLOCK SCHOOL Closing Exercises Were Fine Splendid Program Kollock May 11 th : ( )n lust Fri day evening Muy 8th a largo aud ience slathered at tho Kollock school house to hear tho closing exercises of the school. Miss Nolle Wilks, tho efficient teacher, had an excellent program Arranged for tho evening which was carried out nicely by tho pup Is and was a recommendation of ber work there this year. . Mr and Mrs E 1> Gr int and Mr Luther Rice furnished delightful anisic. Mr Grrht and Mr Rice Accompanied Mrs Grant with viol ins. Owing to tho fart that Mr J 1* l.?ibson was preparing lo leave vi th lu?s daughter Monday for liol Springs Ark. he could not be pic silt to givo tho closing address. Our Uounty Superintendent Fasterlihg vas present and made an earn est educational talk which was en joyed by tho audience. Messrs W B Pegues, Franklin Quick and Tl) Lash I ey lite the district trustees and together with '?ho patrons take great pride and interest in making their school meet tho...

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. — 15 May 1908

MCCOLL NEWS NOIES Strawberry Supper Greatly Enjoy ed -Personals McColl, May 12-Mrs Kai ford Gibson spout ono day ot last wcok withhordaughter in Maxton, N C. Tho following from tho news leadcr of Richmond Va. will bc of interest to South Carolinians:i ''Miss Lilith Durant, of South' Carolina will receive her degree from tho ChattanoogaUnivorsity of law early in ?lune, and a few days hitor her license to practice law in Chattanooga. She stands at tho head of 150-tho only girl in the class. She will make a specialty of advising women. Her power of oratory is said to bo remarka ble" Miss Georgia Mann spent sever al days ol' hist week with her friend, Miss Atlanta Fletcher. Mr. ?John David, son of Mr. Will David of vicinity of Kai ford, is visiting relatives in Marlboro. Tho sad news eame to us ol' thc4 death of Mrs. (.'luirles McLaurin, of Columbia S. C., Mrs McLaurin hud been quite sick for some time: but was supposed to be on I he road to recovery; and her death was ciuitc n shock to...

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. — 15 May 1908

HISTORY OF COTTON. .snail-: FIGUUK8 THAT 1?KF,1\I,Y OONCHJtN TIMK SECTION. Kxtvucfs Fruin a Speech Mude lu Congress by Representative I fell i n of Alabama. Moro than 3,000 years ajgo coll?n was found growing in India and Her odotus lolls us lhal tho nativos railed it "treo wool.'' I lo.said: "They intuit.' clothes of this tree wool and claimed thal it oxeeeded in beauty und goodness tho wool ot the sheep. " tn 1492 Columbus found cotton growing lu tho West I ntlies ?ind il is certain that colon caine to Jamestown with our lathers in I ?07. tor it was cultivated thal year in Virginia. Pick ett in his history of Alabama, tells us thal as early as 17?S colton nour ished in Louisiana. Mississippi and) Alabama. How io seperate tho cotton from the seed was an important problem | With our lat hm s. and this tedious task was performed with the lingers.) So slow was the process that four pounds of lint per week was as much as a good hand could do. in 17L's there was groat rejoicing tn Ibo S...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 15 May 1908

Ut .liNT St?.Mt AN ANTISEPTIC. Desi roys Microbes of Disenso-Ff feel I'pen Disagreeable Odors. Tin? custom of Uni iiuiii sugar In ti sickroom ls very current among all dusses In Franco, lint up to tho pi' oni lia?- been regarded bj Melon1 ti .. a.> . ne o' Ibo."' lia rm lu.- ?i!..? Ul '?.-ss practices which tue rather tolerated then InslsleO upon by tho medical prolesslon. Hut M Tri b>? of the Pasteur Institute now assures us that formic aldehyde is riven oil by burning sugui and is one ol lae mord antiseptic gases known. Five pia. ns ol sugar having hoon burned under a len lltei bell glass, the vap or win allowed to cud. Vials con taining the haceilli of typhoid, tuber Cubists, carbon, frc., wiro then in ti- utiiceit. within lialf an hour every microbe had succumbed, Again If sugar be burned in ti closed ves sel containing rotten eggs or putrid moat. Hu- disagreeable smell disap pears. M Trilllll .'.linns Ililli 111? formic aldehyde combines willi tho ?uses given elf bj Hie p...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 15 May 1908

tl MARLBORO DEMOCRAT BENNETTSVILLE, S. C. WrFfcALDWELL," EDITOR GIVE HIM JUSTICE. Senator Raynor made a splendid speech in the senate on Tuesday in the interest of Colonel Stewart and criticising thc president for banishing this oflicer to a deserted army post. From the facts it is gathered that Stewart is "persona non gra ta" to the president. He has tried to get the oflicer to icsiirn. Re peatedly he has promoted other oilicers over his head. Stewart hus done splendid service and dosi rcs to retire with the rank of Briga dier General. This tho president is determined that he shall not do and on some trivial charge he was haul ed before a court composed, with one exception, of men who had been appointed Over his head. This packed court decided that Stewart was unlit for the army. Keen ?j that he would not resign the presi dent "banished" him to a larawa.N post, one that is almost abandoned He (Col. Stewart) said in a lotte) to Senator Kayner that he bad ix companionship except a le...

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. — 15 May 1908

.ill. BENNET?SVlLLE. S, O. "DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO:7 SubHcrliitlon l'rlcc: Ono year.$1.00 Six months.BO Three months.25 PERSONAL ,J. A. B. Lcgctto ol' Dillon was in town last woo!;. A Bristow of Greenville was in town last week. Carl T. Dudley of Tampa, Kia. is visiting relatives hore. . Mrs. Lizzie Mooro ol' Dillon is visiting relatives hore. '< IC. Owens spent Saturday m '.once on business. Mrs ,J L .Ionian has returned from a visit to Grecvillo S C. Horn to Air and Mrs lill Cros land Thursday .May V, a son. T .1 Capel oi Wilmington, after a visit to his parents wont homo last night. illidge J. ll. Hudson has return ed from a visit to Columbia and Greenville. Judge C. 1* Townsend, who has boon sicli for a low weeks, is able to bo out again. Miss ICI i/.abc th Newton bas re tuii'jied from a visit to Spartanburg ? an*^ KJolumbia. Mrs. Ld Breeden returned last week from Chester, where she lia-, been visiting relatives. Lawyer Spears and Mr. Boahn, | both of Roil Springs, wore in t...

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. — 15 May 1908

BENN ISTTSV ILLS. S, C. DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO., Hubflcription l'rlce? Ono year.$1.00 Six months.50 Three months.25 PERSONAL J. A. B. Legotto of Dillon was in town last week, j\ A Bristow of Greenville was in town last week. Carl T. Dudley of Tampa, Fla. is visiting relatives here. . Mrs. Lizzie Moore of Dillon is visiting relatives here. K. Owens spent Saturday iii . \ once on business. Mrs ?J L riordan has returned from a visit to (treeville S C. Born to Mr and Mrs lill Cros land Thursday May T, a son. ? J Capol oi Wilmington, after a visit to his parents went home last night. Judge J. II. Hudson has return ed from a visit to Columbia and Greenville. Judge C. P Townsend, who has been sick for a few weeks, is able to be out again. Miss Elizabeth Newton has re turned from a visit to Spartanburg nn'1^ Columbia. Mrs. Ld Breeden returned last Week from Chester, where she bas been visiting relatives. Lawyer Spears and Mr. Boahn, both of Hod Springs, wore in the city Friday on business. ...

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. — 15 May 1908

TILLMAN SCORES New York Banquet Where Whites Dined With Negroes. WILL HURT BLACKS Says tho Seinritc, Who Declares the Incident Malms Progress Towiird Inevitable Catastrophe. Il?? .Asserts thal Noi l hom Feeling Differs Very liiitle in tito Huco Question From tito Soot Item. Senator Tillman gave ,,n last Fri day to a representative of tho Atlan ta Journal a ringing interview lu which he spoke in his characteristic fashion of a haiKjuot recent ly glvon In New York ami attended by white and negro mon and women, who sat side hy side al the banquet tables. .Senator Tillman was severe in his condemnation of the banquets, and slated thal the speeches made wore not for Now Yorkrs. but specially for southern consumption, a< was indicat ed by some ol' the owttors of the oc casion, The story of ibo banquet which evoked the sentiments expressed liv Senator Tillman appeared recoittiy in the Washington Post, Hie Philadel phia Telegraph and the Washington Times, and all the eastern and west ern...

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. — 22 May 1908

Tlie Marlbol? Democrat r "DO THOU, eau AT LIBERTY, INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKIO OUH L1VKS IN THY POSSESSION HARPY OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." VOL XXXII BENN ETTS V ILL E. St C., FRIDAY, MAY 22. 1908 F?T?T FIFTY ARE DEAD And Two Hundred Persons Injur ed by Louisiana Tornado. MANY HURT WILL DIE. The Tornado Destroyed Throe Towns mid Left Many Wrecked Homes and Knitted Crops in a Path a Milo Wide and Ahoill lilly Miles in Length, A dispatch fr?ni Shreveport, La., says thirty dead, and L'un injured is u conservativo estimate of the fatali ties caused hy (he tornado which swept Hi rough northwest LoulslaiTn Thursday evening, destroying three small towns and leaving Wrecked homes and ruined crops tn a path' a nillo wide and GO miles long. The (lead at Gilliam, which had about 200 Inhabitants, number 15, while al Itollnger lite known death I isl is si\. These two towns arti {?bout I :> miles apart and nothing has been learned bf tho work ol' the storm in the conni ry between. A...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 22 May 1908

CLIO NEWS OF ONE WEEK PISTRJCT MEETING OF W. H. M. SOCIETY Lartfe Crowds and Much Good ws thc Result of the Con vention Clio, May 18.-The district meeting of the W. H. M.. society of Marion district held its annual session in Clio on Saturday and Sunday, May Kith and 17th. So for two days our town has been thc scene of Jususual activity on the part of our women missionary workers. They have come, held us captive while they stayed, and have gone carrying our sympathy and kind wishes with them. Thc work of the home mission society is comparatively new in tho district. There aro only four toon societies in tho territory and most of these have been organized during thc year. So wo congratu late ourselves on having boon able to have with us in this meeting so many delegates and visitors. The following ladies have boon in at tendance: Mrs. vV Iv Wait, of Mullins, Mrs. J W Kilgo, of Mar ion; Mrs. J 1) Montgomery, of Marion, Mrs. M A Bethen, of Lat ta; Mrs. Lula Bass, of Latta; Miss Omega E...

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. — 22 May 1908

WATERWORKS TO BE PUT IN SEWERAGE TO WAIT FOR MORE FAVORABLE TIME Offers For Bonds Discussed at Meeting of Committee Wednesday Night Thc board of public works and the sewerage commission held a joint meeting last Wednesday night to discuss bonds. T. E. Mc Call presided and C. S. Chaffin acted as secretary. H. L. McColl presented a mass of correspondence and other infor mation in reference to tho pro posed sale of the $00,000 bonds vot ed for waterworks and sewerage. The bonds were advertised for sale in the New York daily Bond Buyer for ton days. They were to run 40 years and bear five per cent interest. Bids were to be re ceived up to April 15th. In answer to this advertisement about a dozen northern and west ern bond buyers wrote and asked for more information about the assessed value of the town's prop erty, its indebtedness, population etc. These letters were answered, but upto April[15th, not a single bid had been received for the bonds. Mr. McColl then wrote to vario us parties...

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. — 22 May 1908

HIGHER PRICES. Why the Farmers Should Stand by Their Guns and HOLD THEIR COTTON. Strong Argument for tho Cotton Growers and Against tho Middle Mon. Five Months lleforo tho New Crop Will Move and thc Middle Men Short Oil Their Contracts for Delivery. We com mond the following letter from Mr, .1. Wannamnker of st. Matthews, to th.? careful perusal ot' all who are interested in the pros perity of oar Southland : Although 1 do not claim to he a prophet, or tile son ol' a prophet. I venture lo assert (hat cotton should not be sold in (he presen! low mar ket; lirst, because of the moral effect lipon the farmers themselves. I need not tell you how itu- forty long years the middle man, Hie speculator and the gamblers have mude a fool ball of cotton; how for the linn, hoing, he has set at nought lix- creal, law of Supply and demand, and thereby rob bed the cotton producer and the South of millions ol' money; bow the fanners tamely ami ignobly submitted to this thraldom until a few years ago ...

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. — 22 May 1908

Not All Living Beings See Precisely As Humans Do. SOML ARL ALMOST BLIND Others Can Tell the IH reft Ion of ? KotnVo ol' Light lint N?>(liing Miso -Still Others Capable ol Forming , Largo Nuitihov o? Separate lui ?g< s. Thoso who lia vo gi von no particu lar attention lo tile subject uro apt to ussunio thal all living heilige thal have organs culled "eyes" soo pre cisely a? wt- do, anti aro ublo, as wu are, to roi'm linages of objects di thoir Hold ol' vision. Tins is not th? caso. The eyes of sumo creatures resemble Hie eyes ol' a person in al irosi ii lal bl ind I) UH, in that ttib) lorin no Inniges, but morely distinguish bo twoc? light and darkness, others can tell the direction <>t a source bi light bm nothing else; and ot herb Blifi, the so-called compound of "mosaic" eyes, appear to !>>. ca pu bio of terming a largo number ol sep arate small images whose nus arc still doubtful. Tile lum lions ol' or gans for ibo perception of light hi various creatures have g...

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. — 22 May 1908

IHR MARLBORO DEMOCRAT BENNBTTSYILLE, S, C. Wr^f c ALD W ED ITO R JUDGE R. C. WATTS There is no better judge than Judge H C Watts, ot' Choraw. Al tho term of court on Monday he was on time and then he knows bis business. One can't help bein*! impressed with hts fairness and knowledge of right, He frowns on ill lawlessness and if all would ?sentence evil doers as he docs there would bc a great cessation of crime, lie believes in making the crimi nal sillier for his sins against so ciety. Judge Watts understands men ts few do and this is one secret of .^is success as a judge. He applies .good common sense to thc law and "io is an honor and a credit to thc bench. We are proud of tho fact ?hnt he is the judge of this fourth ?ircuit of which Marlboro county is a member. Wc wouldn't swap Slim for any other judge in the state or for that mutter in thc tSJnited States. ONLY A LITTLE DOG The day was hot and dusty. The moon day sun beat down fiercely on thc heads of tho pedestrians and all sou...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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