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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 12 June 1908

SERVANT PROBLEM. ION?.: XII (ilm,s TO HM DSHD TO SOLVI? i r. The Stale Immigr?t lon Bureau lOn tering I pon un Fxpei huent of Ural Iu(oies) lo Uio Stdio. A lotter from Columbio lo Tho Nowa an.) Courier sot. m ibo ex periment wind) Commissioner Wat son lias started ot substitu? Im; u high typo ol baigi ls.i-.",poa king hou.se liolcl servant i.irl lor Hi" negro s?r valo girl be is convinced boin from employers and tho girls themselves timi he bas dually laid tho founda tion for a suecessfu!, practical solu tion of the vexed negro servant pro blem m ibis State, and if tlie experi ment proves a success here it will be "a go" throughout the Sont li. After repeated failures during four years' lu.rd work the commission is nov: sa tisfied that success is al hand. The first experiments ulong this line were with foreign-speaking peo ple, and in every case this proved a failure. These are the kind ol' lore ign servants thal are bein}; placed to a largo extent tn tho North. Com missioner Watson...

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. — 12 June 1908

ll MARLBORO.DKHOCRAT BEHHETTSYILLE, S, C. W. F. ?ALDVVKLL KDITOK The Woman and thc Feline. [Isabel Gordon Curtis in "Success Magazine"] A Western judge- let us hope lie had boen singularly unfortun ate in his female relatives- recent ly remarked that all women were cats. Women read iluvt press dis patch every where, one morning, and for a few hours at least the ears of that judge must have burned. ?Still, there are women wno indors ed his judgment, although they feel tha tho might have qualified his re mark and saul ''some women are eats." One can't help wondering I why poor pussy, from time im memorial, should have, been pick ed out as the prototype of a mean treacherous, back-biting woman, for a cat which is well-fed and kindly treated is n lovable animal and, queerly enough, it is the animal on which most woman lav ish their love. A man who studies thc traits of dumb creatures tells us, however, that the female eat treats tho species of her own sex in a peculiarly mean anti vicio...

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. — 12 June 1908

IAMBURG MOOL CLOSES , ,S ON LAST TUES lY EVENING vd Attended Closing - The Programme Follows. J^vcning of Tuesday, arge and very attentive scmblcd at the nico new o of Hamburg district. building was one of xl this yoar and is a lition to thc welfare of oR Moore, JJ Mininer B Huckabeo are the tees, and all men who ooil schools, and work the best interests of in i ty. ie. Wicker, thcciViciont med the closing con was enjoyed by the .er of patrons and were present splayed special talent he following program d Out nicely. . - song by school. Pertains Her Sister's "talion by Miss Bessie Oftico- recitation by riggers. mts and Wishes, reeit lie 1 triggers. In 'specks n Beau Minnie Munnerlyn. s of fun dialogue by ; and lid Driggors, nty Years dialogue 'ssio Mooro, Mamie nd Kai le Coxo. id Maggie Start- ro ary Cope. ?fl, i ?in1 n \V<??ii'?i> I !'>ti Coxo bruted Characters %^ Minnie Munncrlyh, i Josephine I )riggers, Nellie I )riggers and .rl.yn. recitation by Josie Association. Males...

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. — 12 June 1908

ABOUT MAD DOGS. HOW THEY GET TUE HOURI Bl,IO DISEASE Uow You Can Get lt Yourself and What to in? Quick-The Pasteur 1 Treatment. People should avoid hundiing dogs nt ali timos, hut more especially (lur ing the warm summer, as a dog's saliva may he ru 11 of germs of rabies several days before li "goes mad" with that disease, ll is enough if he licks your hand or your faro, and the skin ls broken [deviously so thal the germs lind entrance to the circu lation. Bight hero, lou much emphasis cannot he placed on tho absurdity of tho old superslitulion (hat If the dog (hat biles you should, at some future time,have rabies, you nl tllOUgll never again billon would havt> to die ol' thal disease! lu ike case of your pet dog, ir lie is nu.ro.se nm! sullen lhere may be a possibility that he is In tho early stages of rabies. it has been de monstrated as ti fallacy Hutt rabid dogs dread thc sight ol' water, lt is only human beings in thal condition who go into convulsions al Ino sight of waler....

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. — 19 June 1908

THE MARLBORO DEMOCRAT F VOL XXXII / BENNETTSV1LLE, S. C., FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1908 ~ ~~~~ 25 THE FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF!THE MARRIAGE OF MR AND MRS E W ODOM. About 110 Relatives svt the Cele i bration of Their Golden Wedding. Brightsville, Juno 13-On ?lune 0. Iin08, ono of thc most elaborate and enjoyable occasions that your correspondent has ever had the privilege to attend, took place at tho home of Mr and Mrs K W Odom, when tho kindred and friends assembled there, for the purpose of celebrating their Gold en wedding. Ry previous invita tions thc children and kindred were invited to bc present, ai d on that day, June 0th, by ten o'clock, the crowd began to gather. By twelve about one hundred had gatli'red at their home. The crowd was made up by relatives from the following places: Green wood, S C; Bennettsville, 8 C; McColl, S C; Charlotte, N C; Lum* berton, N O; Laurel Hill, N C; Gibson, N C; and last but no least, the friends and kindred in Brightsville, S C. About twelve o'clock t...

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. — 19 June 1908

Report of Disbursements of County School, Poll Taxes, Fines and Licenses Made By th . Treasurer cf Marlboro County, From June 5th, ?907 to June 5th, 1908, on Orders From County Supervisor and Superintend ent of Education. Itemized disbursement of Ordi nary Taxes For all purposes em bracing period above mentioned. K LPenvy, road work S 1 ,1 O Sanders 11 13 80 ' li Bot lien il 4k 23 50 B McGilvrny, driving road plow 28 TO ; Pr A S Townsend, post mor tem 8 Il 0 Herring, exqlxti board 5 E Ty 1 lamilton, pauper H ,1 D Moore, 14 6 B'villo Mer. Co., mdse 61 11 j M McLaurin, lunney 5 F Manning Jr, salary and stamps HO 28 Drs Napier ? Nap er, med services 5 J D Hays, pauper 60 60 R Cain, shoeing mules 4 95 C I) Eastcrling, magistrate '20 83 N B Bogers, salary & postage 25 50 treasurer, jury, wit & const, 20 70 .1 F David, road work 122 75 Joseph Jacobs, road work 75 S J Md unis, magistrate 20 83 W A Atkins, coveting car 19 50 H ll Newton, board ot* educa tion 21 C E Exum, rent 1 M 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. — 19 June 1908

i EMARLBQRQDEMOCRAT BENNKTT5JVILL.E. S, C. dEHOCRAT PUBLISHING GO., a8?bi?)rlptlvn moot ' no year. Six months... Three months 11.00 , .50 .25 PERSONAL D D Gibson, Sr., of lied Springs "was in town yesterday. I) D McColl, Jr., spent yester day bi Columbia on business. lt T Barfield is very sick at his home in west Bennettsville. Mr. and Mrs. A L Orroll of Darlington spent Sunday hero with relatives. Mrs. Pringle of Charleston is visiting at thc homo of her father, 1) D McColl. Miss Cora Belle Bogers has been re-cloctcd as teacher in the Batosburg graded school. Congressman J E Ellerbc was in town Saturday shaking hands with his friends. Tho Bennettsville colored band wont to Hamlet to play for a dance last Wednesday night. Miss Annie Moore is at home from Kidgevillc, where she has boon teaching in thc graded school. Miss Sadie Mooro received a certificate in stenography and typewriting at Winthrop last week. E M Bowe is building a nice residence on Parsonage street, where his home wa...

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. — 19 June 1908

SHUN BLIND TIGERS THE POISON TH 10Y SELL WILL KILL YOU. A Lot of Blind Tiger stair Seized In Anderson County Proved to be a Vile Concoction. Our advice to all people ls not to drink :il all, but if they will drink Ave advise thom to let blind tiger liquor alono. Wo think after read ing what is said helww they will agr?e With us that it is a vilo concoction that is liable to kill many who use it. is Hablo to kill many who uso it. Tho Anderson Mail says: There ls a big trunk in Sheriff Creon's pri vate office from which emits a terrille odor, tts contents can bo determined from a distance. It contains liquor, or that, which purports to bo liquor, lt is (ruo that when properly tested it could not bo termed such, yet it was sufllcient to convict 28 men in thc court ol' general sessions, and there romains yoi plenty moro for introduction as oxhibits in tho 40-odd cases continued. Constable .1. H. Fant, who has been In direct charge of t he crusade against tho illegal sale, of whiskey In ...

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. — 19 June 1908

Tl AMMERED HY Herbert Maxwell The ?Jv ere /.tock cen ? from which fa 11 ti re is nit htis.i Instant Of t he ma i'U< .Mt h. my George falle I to ICxchn ugo f unct io II aries pproachllig tin? stands Hie announcement of le, ; i ii, I the usual UWOiI v foll upon the turmoil v to nnnounce Mansll lil Hamilton liieoi h's engagements (".'.ort." He?nil'on wu i he-room office ina ki nu, IT ?lill? .?ni -iitiiiK in his out hi? . ta'e nu lli of ic - c o ii ii ts for Hie commit lee lie wa? (piite alone, t or he hail al r 'inly known his failure lo he Inevl t a h I o t he he nil had p r o ni pl 1 >. [ililli off and (I I s ni i ssed ?Us clerk and "She Found a Man ellice h o y. Scated al a Table." Ile had writ ten Miss Dnagarct Henton. Informing her of the Impending catastrophe, ?nd suggested (hal she and hr should Tonshlcr their engagement al an end. While lie was poring over los ac counts and irving lo draw lip a clear ntntoni ml ol' his position the door oponed and Marrant caine in. "Am I ...

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. — 19 June 1908

CONTENTMENT IS NECESSARY IO SUCCESS. USEFULNESS AND H APPINESS f Some of the Tbinrfs that Produce Discontentment, Misery and Failure in Life My Furmin Allan Jr. The intimate relation between happiness and all strong work lim e-lies the duty of contentment. Kx ; porience shews that discontent" : wicnt contrives no instrument, fear . wins no battles, and [wretchedness . writes no song or poetry. Depression takes the nerve out of man's arm, destroys thc keen ness of his intellect, robs the heart ? of its hope and thc life of its suc cess. For that reason earth's greatest achievements in art, in dustry and in religion represent thc achievements of those in whose - heart "happiness has bubbled like . % little spring/' (to use Um poet's . phrase.) It has often been said Natone of the characteristics of /.great work is thc ease with which (/hat work is done. As when sonic ? Author finishes his chapter before .; breakfast; but I think another .?prominent sign of good work is ? thc happiness...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 June 1908

Elli tu ?BENNETTSVlLIiE. S. 0, DBHOCR&T PUBLISHING CO., 'Knhncrlptlon rrlftu i. yoar.$ 1.00 ? months.50 .e months.30 , ISONAL , J David brought tho first lino rmolon to town last Wednes Ho sold it to A 1) Rogers. s J R McGroow ol' Sviiibroo'.v dort county, is visiting at the ?\ ol" her farther, -'esse li .?....as. tie William W Wannamakcr uno up from Orangeburg 10 s re his grandparents, M r .Irs A J Mathesnn, on their i from Europe. He is spond sonic time with them. ;s Annie Mac Ricaud is visit i Sumter this week. jeno Breeden of Atlanta is ig his mother, Mrs S M len. i Mooro has been spending al days in Marion county on . ess. nnoth M.ithcson, who has quite ill with pneumonia, is L t l*., . and Mrs James N Drake re id Friday night from their 11 trip. 0 county commissioners will their semi-monthly meeting Friday. rs II B Freeman went to ic/er S?t-utl?y to visit Mrs Reaves. ie Wot'ford college glee club give an entertainment herc Tuesday night, Schadarassi, who formerly ?handiscd...

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. — 19 June 1908

MUST PUBLISH THE REPORTS SUPREME COURT DECISION IN FAIRFIELD CASE. Simply An Oversight on Part of Marlboro Supervisor and Treasurer. The state law says (Section TOO of the Civil Code): ''Thc super visors of the state arc required to publish in some newspaper pub lished in their respective counties, at least in one issue thereof, with in fifteen days after each meeting of thc county board of commis sioners at which claims are audited, TI full statement of thc claims audited by said board at its meet ing immediately preceding said publication. "The said statement shall show, as published, the lile number of ibo claim, thc amount claimed, thc amount allowed, thc nature of il aim or services rendered, and fche name of claimant. "Said publication shall be paid for at tho rate now allowed by law for public printing: Provided, She same does not exceed sixty il ol lars per annum." When this law was passed, in 1S9?, several counties, including Marlboro, were excepted from its operation. In 1...

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. — 26 June 1908

?DO TH, ?HEAT MBEttTr, INFIB? OUR SOULS AND ??"""VB XN THY K,SS,?s,0,N H A ..PF^JTD?ATHB GLOBIOUB VOL. XXXIJ BENNETTSVltiIiE S. 0, ?BI0AY. ?? IOBR?AIIY 8. I?K??. NO. 6. WEEK'S NEWS AROUND CLIO MKS. H. H. MCLAURIN GROW 1NG MORE FEEBLE. Two Marlboro Farmers in Marion Have Fine Crops-Colton Seed 30 Cents. Clio, June 22.-Several wagon loads of cotton seed wero sold to tho oil mill on Saturday at 30 cents. Miss pauline Edens with her sister Mrs ' Lambert Cottingham, is visiting relatives in upper Marion. Mr Oscar Hoper returned from Clemson this week having comple ted a full course and graduated with highest honors On Thursday Messrs Bishop Pate and D W Faircloth of Kow y land were pleasant visitors with the family of Mr 1) W Pate. Mrs Sallie Martin is at her for mpr home in Lumberton to settle up some business of her late hus band's estate. Miss Bishop Cottingham spont some days this week with relatives and friends in town. Mrs II II McLaurin is continu ing to get more . feeble with a c...

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. — 26 June 1908

IMPRESSIONS OF ARKANSAS MR GIBSON TELLS ABOUT HIS TRIP Hot Springs Has 67 Saloons, 125 Doctors, Many Churches and Several Banks. Several of my friends have asked mc to write for thc Advocate, an account of my recent trip to Hot Springs, Arkansas, where I took my daughter for treatment. With your permission, Mr Editor, I will endeavor briefly to tell your rca dcrs of thc place some of the things I saw, and how they impressed mc. As I have already written two letters wh ch through your kind ness were pblishcd in tho Advo cate, in which I described Hot Springs and ber people quite ela borately, therefore, this letter ncccssarly will bo short Five weeks ago I with my dau ghter left Bcnncttsvillc*going via Gibson to Hamlet, N C where we purehasd tickets over the Sea board roa . via Atlanta, Birming ham, Memphis and Little Hock to Hot Springs. My wife and sister(Mrs Dr W 1 Pate) accompanied us to 1 landet where we spent thc day, waiting until S o'clock p m when thc pull man train arrived ...

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. — 26 June 1908

ii E MARLBORO-DEMOCRAT BENNETTSVILLE, S. C. Sr ?? . > .-T_ DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO., fSnb?or|ptlon prloet One year.$1.00 Six months.50 Three months.BO PERSONAL J w Smith is spending the sum mer in the north.. W F Stevenson of Cheraw was | hore attending court yesterday. Miss Nellie Bristow of Florence is \^ ^ug her cousin, Mrs J J W S Ellerbe and L K Breeden were marshals at Spartunburg commencement. : G AV Waddill of Sumter was| I here Monday ns a witness in thc j ?Crosland- Graham case. Miss Evelyn Rogers of thc| Greenwood graded school faculty is visiting her sister, Mrs CPI Wells. Mrs Elizabeth Weatherly was received into tho Baptist church Sunday by letter from Red Springs. "-'Thc Adams House is not closod during^he absence of Mrs Adams! and Mrs Mcilveen, but is being] conducted by Mrs Rosa Breeden. H w carroll has been circulating! a petition to have the dogs in town muzzled, and it has been signed by a large number of citi zens. Miss Myrtle Bonhn of Dunbar spent Monday in t...

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. — 26 June 1908

" 1 ? HODGES IN HORRr The Indications Aro that He Will Carry that County. There is a disposition in Horry , to criticise Congressman Ellerbe on account of his, alleged discrim inations in favor of Georgetown, and thc indications arc that Mr Hodges will car ry I lorry county, which has a ui'Oinendrous white voting population. Thc Conway Field says, in a re cent issue: We notice from thc papers that Congressman Ellerbe arranged for thc agricultural and drainage ral ly held in Georgetown Tuesday 20. Three government experts attend ed the meeting, but Mr Ellerbe could not bc present. Now as to thc drainage part of thc rally it is very well to hold such a meeting in Georgetown but when it como* to to agricultural part it seems rather funny, of farmers, according to our information, are as scarce as hen's teeth in Georgetown county. If you want to lind farmers, Georgetown, is about thc last place in the State to go to look foi' them -Darlington Press. Most assu redly, and Horry was the lo...

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 July 1908

THE MARLBORO VOL XXXIBI BENNETTSVILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, DEMOCRAT JULY IO, 1908 RACES TAKEN BY ALFONSO $ - WALTER DRAKE'S HORSE | WINNE*. AT CHER.AW ( A Tremendous Crowd a.nd Fine Order at Bi# Celebration on the 7th. Dy D. T. Ilartfrove. Choraw realized the grandest day of its cxistance on the 7th where from seven thousand to eight thousand people, from every town and section for many miles around, assembled on its streets and in its- stores. About 350 Woodmen of the World assembled on the streets at 12 M, and march ed to thc cemetery, headed by Rockinghanrs line band of nvuei cians, where was thc ceremony of unveiling of two monuments to the Memory of dead comrades, Thc next feature of thc day wavs thc horse racing, enjoyed by a large crowd who witnessed thc races with enthusiastic pleasme. Walter Drake's racer, Alfonso, carried off thc honors and brought several hundred dollars to Marl boro. The boat' excursion down the river, a distar.ee of 12 miles was enjoyed by many people who ne...

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 July 1908

REPORT OF COW Report of Disbursements,of Coi and Licenses Made By th County, From June Supervisor am eni of Ed Itemized disbursement of Ordi nary Taxes ?or nil purposes cm bracing,period above mentioned. (Continued from last issue) ?SCHOOL CLAIMS PAID DISTRICT NO 1 1, R E Martin, teaching $02 50 J F Bolton, insurance 2 H E Martin, teaching J05 30 Win Goodwin, work 1 C T Easter ling, insurrnco 3 33 K E Martin, teaching 17<) J L Quick, 57 50 K M Hunsuckcr, wood 10 K IO Mrrtin, teaching 251 55 C T Easterling, insurance 3 Total disbursements $735 IS DISTRICT NO 12 W B Owens, teaching $075 Bank of McColl, insurance 31 50 W B Owens, teaching 225 Colon M Haskew, " 50 AV B Owens, " 225 A K Odom, Sec & Treas 1210 W B Owens, teaching 225 Oarrio A Robinson, ki 50 W B Owens, " 150 L C Stanton, tax returns 1 80 W B Owens, teaching 225 Total disbursement $3371 30 DISTRICT NO 13. .1 R Townsend, fuel & repair $0 80 Enterprise Hdw Co, repairs 1 95 J R Townsend, building ma terial 01 51 .1...

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 July 1908

BENNETTSVILiI?K, S. ?. iMOCR?T PUBLISHING CO., Hnbiorlptlon Pr|c*i y oar.$1.00 aionths.50 ?o months.30 '.SON AL ' iss Kato Carswell of Chester teach drawing in tho summer ol to bogin hore Monday. Tho 4, A will bo in charge of J lt Kittrick. Miss Bessie Carrai* . ,1 will also assist. * )1 Brown and family spent last ay with relatives in Sumter. iss Rachel Brown is spending u time with her sister in Sum ir Henry C Easterling was re cd into the Presbyterian church day. rs ll L McColl and children spending some time at Hon sunville. ?rvices at Presbyterian church day ll a ni and 8:30 p m. All invited. ol Tom C Hamer delivered a ninian address at Centenary, , last Saturday.'* L Easterling and children ol' unix, Arizona, aro visiting re 'T >'CS in this county. ll Newton Esq, and daughter ? s Mary, spent several days in .rleston last weeli, ncob Isaacsohn is building a resilience at the corner of ad and King streets. liss Florrie Stubbs, who has i teaching at Enterprise, is at ie to spe...

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 July 1908

RAGSDALE'S STATEMENT IN REGARI) TO FLORENCE POST OFFICE Set Himself Straight About Inter view Giv?ix Out by Ellerbe. / Florcncs Times The following statements wcr< presented yesterday by Hon J \\ Kagsdalc at thc campaign meeting explaining his position in the Florence postoflice wrangle. Mi Haysdale received the undivided attention of thc large number ol voters present and was frequently applauded. At the conclusion ol his attack on Congressman Flierl)* ho was given an ovation. In tin course of his speech bc was frc fluently interrupted by applause. A little moro than a year ago, I think it was in tho carly part . f 1907, Mr O P Berry came to nu oillec and asked if 1 would draw a petition for his appointment ns postmaster at this place, to sue coed thc incumbent, .1 F Wilson, a negro. 1 drew tho petition and ai Mr Hon y's request I signed ii Mr Berry bad not supported nu but had worked and voted tor Con grossman rOllerbo and tho sole question at that time to be consul ered was wh...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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