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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 June 1902

BENNETT?YILLE, 8. 0. ?..?,c,..l.t..,"".>.>..?...>...?.<?.?., Qjjlee trent of Court Mouse. Friday Juno 20, 1002, Our Town Gorvernment, MA von -C. S, McCall ALDKKMKN.I. Frank Breedon, C. I*] Ks urn, John T, Douglas, \V( S. Howe. m Cl.KKK & TU KASUKKR - Milton Mc? cam bi. Ciiicv i,j,en vwi{!y, I'ouoti-J. ll. Moore. Marlboro County Officers, Sn Kit OT-d. B. taroon CLKUK 0 C?.KUK J. A. Drake dunoK-OY PUOU.VIT. M. MoLaurin COKONKU--0. Wi Covinnton Hui'KUVisnttM K Coward Nt; PT. li n 00 ATI ON-*-NV, li. Stanton TUUAHUUKU--.J. Il Thomas Au nrrou---F,. S. OUH?HW vSr:MATOU- Knox Livi neston Hm?ui;ynNrATivi'.H-J. C Dunbar, J. C. Campbell, lt. Ii. Freeman. MAdisr.vm - C 1>. K IBIOIIUIK. 'I', L C mal a nd, ? hinno ?u villa, ll. b. Mobutu in, MoColl John A. Calhoun. Clio, W, J, Atkinson, Blonlioun, 1), 1). Stubbs, Bri*! linville, NV. W. Irby, Smithville. Directory of Btmncttsville Lodges CONSOLIDATED Lonou No. 15, IC, ol i\, moot* every Monday ovuMO* ?t 7.30 o'clock. . i W. Tur...

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. — 20 June 1902

ie NY vak ano mupn ? SS blind; Too often whore (listless a nu want abide Wu turh and pass upon tho other side Thc other sido is trodden smooth and worn Ky footsteps passing Idly all day; Where Hos tho bruised ones t hat faint and mourn . ts seldom more than an nut reddon wav? Our seiilsh houris aro for. our loot tho guido - ,, " They lead us; by upon tho other side. It'should bo ours thc oil and wine lip pour Int? tho bleeding wounds of stricken ones; To tala) the smitten ami inc pick ano sore And bear them where a stream ol blessing runs. Instead wo look about dbe way is wide And so wc pass upon tito other side. O friend and brothers, gliding down tho years. Humanity is calling each and all In tender accents, h?rn ol* grief ami tears! .1 pray you, listen to the thrilling call. You cannot, in your cold and sol tish prldo, Pass guiltlessly upon tho ?thor side. A GILDED SIN BY CHARLOTTE M. BREAME. ci IA rr ten IV Hof ore two weeks had passed Vero nica was quite at homo at Queen's Chac...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 1 August 1902

DO THOU IJIHRKTY G RB AT. INSl'ilU? OtJlt SOULS AND MAKIO OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION IIAITY, OU OUH DEATHS GLOiUOUS IN THY OAt'BK." VOIL,. XXVLL BENNETTS VILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, AUGUST J, 1902. Ni). 82. A HOT TIME. Editor DeOhanip Calls Col. Jim Till man a Falsifier AT THE GAFFNEY MEETING. " Correspondent With Tillman Submit- j to<l; Dinordor Bocunio So Wido? unread That Mooting Wan Ad journed. No HIOWH Passed. An orderly meeting of about OOO voters and some ladles ended in dis order at Gaffney Wednesday, involv ing the most sensational incident ol! campaign. Gob Tillman, as details furthor on will show, was reading an editorial from the Cl a liney Ledger chargsng him with ''heing a gamhlor, a Har and a drunkard." Ho was sar castic In his comments and was inter rupted hy Editor DcCamp of thc Ledg er, who assumed entire responsibility and defended with determination his ?charges, tn the ensuing discussion Mr. DcCamp offered "to prove Col. Tillman a Har over hisown signature." "When...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 1 August 1902

TUB MID! ?ftDiV IM)Hnnn IT HlLlIliiaLDUllUljM?IUW?A! ?. -4. imo jr fr ? .. 1 ????o,. Friday Aug-., 1, 1902 Kubscriiitlon Trice : j Ono your.? 1.001 Six months.501 Throe months.251 **w?rfl*a<^iifc^-jvygr?a? ?t rra,Tj;r.*is?mM J ? i.v.v tait '-??E'-) PEN AND sanson GRAPHS Camdon, 8. C., nooda sympathy - fire and cylonos always hurt, Tick ola t > tho confed?ralo reunion at Greenville will bo on solo un f)tli? nud (3th good for one week. Rewards ol' ?JOoo aro oll'eVud for Charle? Jeffcoat, tho Aiken .murderer. The board ol' trustoss meei on the Ctn instant lo elect a presi dent tor Clemson. Dr. Montague bas resigned the ?residency ol' Fur mau University. li? loss will be felt. Earthquake shocks were fol t in Nebraska, Iowa, South Daka ta and California on the 28th. The S partan burg correspond ent of Tho Stale says the cotton crop in thal county is going to be short. Tho prominent "issues'' in the legislative campaign in Orangoburg county are biennial sessions and cur clogs. Hugh ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 1 August 1902

' , BENNETTSYILL?I, S. 0. ^J?;.;v.:w..;....??....-.:.v.WX OjHoo treat of (Jourt Jfouso, ; Friday Au'^, li 1902, ? ? . ? ' V" '--W f##' 'futon Gort?crn/nont, i t A y-;.. -<.. .'.S McCall ^Vt|)r.;V>;K:? - t. K- Ih-ch-n, C. M . . KKVU?>,- i/blu- T. hoo?.iiv), W il (lowe. ;:v!iv>:^bKRK ' & l'KhASli Ri-.K . MlUou M O L'^itie. Office open daily. ?<??I.ICK- J. M. Moore. j.' Marlboro County Officers. J BitKiUFt'-J. H. Oreen F,/(li.MUK op Ci KiiK-J. A. ?)roko _,' , 0t;duB OF -Piton ATE-M. MeLnuriu ^f?;':OoRONi?ii---.C. F, Covington .:h uvr.u vmoK-?I. K. Coward 'MK J0l>.UOAT??N-r-W. L. StOtltOH /Y;;TU'I4SUUKU-~.L ii. Thomas Aui)[Tou ~K:. S. Curi?lo .'8lKt?o?~K"?x livingston l^H'iiKKBNrATiVtw---J. . C. Dunbar, J. .('!.,(fa?upl/Cm Iv.'%rfl>Jt . -""vV. . ?.J 'M M: : IV, li .? ( -rUng, T. L OrMlShd, B-'jiin : v.!- . li. L nWb?'uVii?, M- (Ml ?"???, A. Gnlhotm. Che, .. ? ...V. J. Atiiiq^ot), Bleulioiii), X p, J). Stubbs,?Brightpvillo, VV. W. Irby, Smithvilio. Direotorij of ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 1 August 1902

ThoyTwo. ave lea alone lu the dear old homo, . After so many years, Whori tho house was full of frolic and flfUi Of childish laughter and tears. Thoy aro loft alone, they two->onec m?i'O Boglnnlng Ufo over ugaln, Just as they did In tho days of yore, Boforo they wore niuo or ton. And tho table ls sot for two these days; Tho children wont ono by ono Away from homo on their separate ways When tho childhood days worodonc. How healthily hungry they used tobo What romping they used to do! And mothor-for weeping- ''an hardly seo To sot tho table for two. They used to gather around tho Uro While some ono would read aloud, Hut whether at study or work or play 'Twas a loving and morry crowd, And now they are two that gathci there At evening to road or sew, And it seems almost too much to bear When they think of tho long ago, Ah, well-ah, well, 'tis the way of the world! Children stay but a little while And thou into other scenes are whirled Whore other homos beguile; Hut it matters not ho...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 5 September 1902

" Do thou Groat Liberty Inspire our Souls and make our lives in thy possession happy, or our Deaths Glorious in thy Just Defence." YOI.. XII. I1 111 -1 NO.-8. HKYW?RD AHEAD. T?lbort in Second Race, Not Tar Ahead of Ansol. MARTIN DEFEATS MCMAHAN. Gunter De t'ont H StovcnRon. Uuvernl Will Hnvo lo Hun Over lu tli? Second Primary, to He Hold Next TucHdny. Ttic returns given below are bfilolul as tabulated by the State Democratic Executive Committee. Tho vole polled for governor was 1)5.307, willie that? for senator was 1)5,1 lt), being bli i i'd in size. Lathner leads out thc senatori al race by a good ligure, bis vote being 22,1)71, and .folni Clary Wynns comes second with 17,803. For governor Capt. ll cy wa rd bas more than doubled bbc vote of lils nearest competitor, Talbert, who it appears is iii the second race with 18, 218 votes against Ansel's 17,(18;"). Till man is in fourth place wibi) 10i8i)8 votes, and Tlinmcrman brings up tim rear wi tb 0,515 votes. Col. Sloan leads out tim ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 5 September 1902

" Do thou Groat Liberty Inspire our Souls and make our lives in thy possession happy, or our Deaths Glorious in thy Just Defence." YOI.. XII. I1 111 -1 NO.-8. HEY WARI) AHEAD. Talbert in Second Race, Not Far Ahead of Ansel. MARTIN DEFEATS Mo M A ll AN. Gunter Dof'cntH Stevenson. Several Will Jllavo to Hun Over lu tho Second Primary, lo Ho Hold Next Tuesday. Tho returns given below aro eulo!al as tabulated by the State Democratic Executive Committee. Thc vote polled for governor was 1)5,3(17, while thad for senator was 05,110, hoing third In size. Latimer leads out the senatori al race by a good figuro, his vole being 22,071, and .fohn Cary 10 va ns comes second with 17,803. For gdyornor Capt. lleyward has more than doubled tho vote of his nearest competitor, Talbert, who lt appears ls iii the second race with 18, 218 votes against Ansel's 17*085. Till man ls in fourth place with 10,398 votes, and Timmerman brings up thc rear with 0,515 votes. Col. Sloan leads out the race for lieute...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 5 September 1902

$. A> Ii HOW N % il' Kdiior. Friday Septombor (3, 1902 Ono yoar.$1.00 Bi^c month?,.; ,60 Throo monti is.25 The Man for Comptroller. If Mr. d. t\ Dorham behoves A. W. JO?OB in tho most compe tent and host fitted for Comptroller General then you will ma ko no miatnko in voting for him next Tuesday. Mr. Dorham knows and as Jones ha? a fine record ss a county auditor, ho lins had a ?H a ncc to prove his menta!. Then voto for him next Tuesday. -? 4 49* *. (JcriMicntes (Minted. At tho reo.ont oxanmmtlon the following applicants rocoivod ocr* tiflcatos of o^uuUlication to teach: Miss Bia neb o (Ja ward, 1$ vii lo Mino J ossie Coward, r. Miss Mattie Wicker, " Miss Aunio Wright, " Mies Inez Covington, Hod Hill Mis? Annie Evana, Blouhoim Mra. Lona Campbell, lied Bluff Mr. L. Ii. Parker, Clio Mr. C. J. Allen, Bingham. Of this number 5 rocoivod 1st grado,and o 2nd grade. As a result of tho satisfactory work done in Glimmer school, .sev eral other teachers can have their certificates renewed....

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 5 September 1902

?V H. A. ?UM? vi N & <:o. Oj?lcti Wost of Court ?t?ns?. Frid?Yj Septorabor 6, 1902. Our Town QorocrnmenL MAYOK -C b\ McCall A.1-DKUM; N- - I Frank Breeden, (?. Jj}. Kx'lnV; Jolm T. Douglas, W. S. Howe, CLI:RK & TKKYSUKKU-Milton Mc _^L?au? in, Office open daily, PoucR-J. H, Moore. . . Mn Aloro County Ofjicers, Sil fem Pf--J. H Croon . (?LK1UC OF UbWitK--J. A. Drako JODOK op PKOUATK -M. MoLuurm COUONRK- C. F. Covington t?UPKiiVi.sou-M li. Coward SUPT. 1\I>UCATION--\V, 1J Stanton TiiBAfji/HKii-d. ll. Thomas AuniTon-lv S. Oarlislo SRNATOU--Knox livingston llRPiuWKNrATiVKrt- ?1. C. Dunbar, J. C. Campbell, ll. b Kroomnu, MA.aisr.viE?!-C D- Ktstbrlirig, ?. L Crosland, Hounotlsvillo, II. L. MeLnuiin, MoColl ' John A. Calhoun. Clio, W. J. Atkinson. B'cnhehn, ]>, i>. Siubbs, Bruhtt-vill.:, W. W.-lrhy, Smithville Directory of li cn net ts ville Lodges QONSOl.lbATBi) bono*'. No. 15, II. of P., mool? every Monday eveniuj: at.7.30 o'oloek. . ,, _ Wi Tu.r.nv'ou, C. 0. G. J. Lid...

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. — 5 September 1902

B0WE'i'T3V?LLK, S, 0. itv H. A, III w WA & co. .....-...>..>.<.?.<.Mrt^, Ojjlc? it'vtft, of Court UOHHO* '^.?.".".'.??.'..?........... Friday, September 5, 1902, Our Town Goroernment. MAVOR - C.. S. McCall Ai.OKK.vj l<V;vnk Breeden, (1. Jfl. Ex im., '/olin T. Doubla?. W. 8. Howe. CLI RK & TRKASOKKR -Milloo Mc laurin,-. Qftioti open daily. POUCE~~J. H. Mortie. . Marlboro County Officers* Biif iiiFi'-.J. JV drdoli CI.EIUC OF UbViatc--J? A. Di?V.o JumtK OY PUOIIATK- -M. MoLaurio ConoNKtt- C. IK LWi?gt?n * SUPKUVI.SOII-M. E. Coward SUPT. K)>uc7'riON--W. 1* Stanton TIIKK-UHKU-.). il. Tinnum) Aunirou - Iv S. Oarlisl? |'i ?BH.vroR-Knox Livingston KKPRKvSKNr.vnvKs -'J. C. Dunbar, J. 0. Campbell, iii L, VVeonuu. M.'vaisr.viKs--C. 1). Ristorling, T. L Crosland, HennoMsvillo, II. L. MeLmuii), McColl John A. Calhoun. Clio, W, J. Atkinson, Blenheim, ]>, 1). Stubbs Bril hti-vdlt!, NV. W.-lrby, Smithville. Director y of Dennett wilie Lodges CON.SOI.IUATKD Lonou No. I5i...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 5 September 1902

?I J ll IL ?-.".'.......*...??.?..?,.,...,..,,,,,...",,. Bii-NN??TSVILL?t], S, ' O, ?JY A. J,KOw?' & av. M.()?,.',1'.,.',.sfi.,is.'t.'.,i'?.'i,M,ti1i.w.x,i.,(..J.t(.il,i"..,,t"n^., "<>;;?tv; Won* oj Court ll ouse. Friday, September' 5, 1902, rn ?HV, ''KV' Vj*; t .A Ow ?Tot?/i GorvermneiU, .^MAYOK-C.. ii! McCall ? -Al.pKHMi V -I Frank Breeden, O, JO. Ex'im- Jahn T. Douglas, W. S. Bowe. <V?LBRK & TRP.VSURKR-Milton Mc ^Irauriu, plVice upen daily. Poi.lCB-J. H, Moore, fiw,/>HWiiiiiwi<.-i?ia><<i.""n,Ji -*"'y"!>^-'*'.'y.?V*f!* Marlboro County Officers. 'SllMUFP-J. B Oreen . Cl.KIUC OK {..').KKK-J. A. Dltiko J uno a OF PKOUATB--M. MoLaurio CouoNRR-C. K, Covimaon V SOPHIIVISOR-M li. Coward Supr. EDUCATION--W. li Stanton Ta BA-s un KU --.J. II. Thotnis AUDITOR- Iv S. C?rlMo SRNATOR-Knox Livingston llKPiiusKNrA?iVKH -.J. U. Duubar, J. 0. Campbell, lt. 1?. Frcemnu. MAOISPAIKS-C. 1). fc?istoriing, T. h Crosland, Menno:!:;ville, H. L. MeLtuuin, Mo(;oll John A. ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 5 September 1902

Sloop Sweetly. A .-lady o? Newberry, who wasui del?gate reeontly to a convention h\ a ?V-JJg'??JOli?ig , .viiiiu yiiy ???UM ni? Versos on tho wall of tho guest-cham ber that she occupied: Sleep sweetly in this quiet room j O, thou, who'or thou art, V And lot no mournful yesterdays Disturb thy peaceful heart. Nor lot to-morrow scare thy rest With .dreams of coming ill, Thy Maker is thy changeless friend, lils love surrounds thee still. Forget thyself and all the world; Fut out each glaring light: Tho stars are watching overhead; Sleup sweetly, then:-Goodnight. BRIGHT BITS FROM BRYAN. lOultO?'h?! P?im/?i'uphs Token Frohi . Tho Commoner. When Peter showed an anxiety to light he was rebuked. Britannia rulos tho wave-When Mr. Morgan waives his rulo. Tho Roosevelt trust busting is all dono In tho advance notices. Of course tho new thresher trust Will make tho farmers shell out. Tho harvester men are forming a hugo combine-but, hush, Knox might lind it out! Why not s<md General Bragg to...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 September 1902

.-.vs.-. ^-v w m. A ? ^ "WO THOU LJMSRTY (WtBAT.l N8VIUKOUB SOULS ANW MAKE f ft? UV BS IN THY* POSSESSION IIAI'PY, OK OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CA VOL. XXVII. I?:I5NNET?SVI:LLE, S. G., E ?DAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1902. _ L__ HEYWAItl) WINS The Governorship and Latimer Wins the Senatovehip by VERY LARGE MAJORITIES. 8lo?n, Gantt, Jones, Frost and Cnughinnn Defeated Their Competitors and aro Klee ted. The primary is over ami tho result is how known. Tho report below of tho voto cast is ofllcinl. In tho races that were not neck and neck, all save two, the results have not been changed from tho drat re port. In tho remarkably close race for comptroller general Mr, Jones has won tho day by only 1012 votes out of a total of 00,523. Latlmcr's majority over Evans grew steadily on the strength of tho out lying precincts and ho finishes with a lead of nearly 18,000 votes. Mr. Hey ward for governor has more than got ten his 10,000 majority, against which so many bets, were made in various portions o...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 September 1902

"1 1 -.-.V?...,V...,..;. S* A* xsTiOivjx ? - ? - ISdUor. Friday Soptombor 19, 1902 fmii ^ji^nmmumumim .ii..J.J jm Subscription Frico t 0)?p your.s;; i.oo Six months.CO Throo months.25 JPJBNAND SCISSORCfHAPHS New York ondorsos President Roosevolt. The Alabama Republicans have do oin red for Roosovolt. Gen pillos loft on the 1 Uh for tho Philippines. ' Clemson oponed on the I Ot li with 500,stiidents. ' Tho orops of Virginia are re ported to bo record breakers. Col. Pv. M. Wallace, collector cl oustoms at Charleston died on thc nth. Sixty Southern cotton mills, it is said, havo boen plod ged to ou ter a mc/gor. Piro in a cotton mill at Stone wall, Miss, caused damage to tho amount of $125,000. Tho Chineso Boxers aro on tho war path again. Nothing but cxtermnation will satisfy them. Tho Coast Lino will give yo \ a chanco to visit tho city of Washing ; ton tho li rat week in October for $10. Tho agricultural depart mont 1 ex ports that thc bulk of tho cotton crop in tho syutlieru belt h...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 September 1902

iii;; 'BENll?T'J.'iiVILLE, S. C. flt Y ft 1 vi. ?6 K* O W 'JN ? ?0.. Oj'Jlct: Ifta/ of Corni House. 'friday, flap tomber 19, 1902, 0?r ZW? Oorocrnment. ?,? VY6K -C. s McCall AlipKKMKN -1 Prank Breeden, (.1. E ?kuin';'- John T.( Douglas, \V.*S. Howe. Cl.liKK & TWKASUKIvR-Miltpn Mc Laurin. ?lli.ee open daily, PoMiui-.-J. M. Moore. Marlboro County Officers, 'SHKHIPF- - J. H. Creon (/LKiuc OK (?i.KUK - J. A. Drake Juno H (/V PHOU??I?-rMi McLuuriti COHONKU- -C. fc\ Covington SliPKUVi^oa . M. 10 Coward SUIT. MW??ATION-NV. L. Stanton TaKAsuuKu- .i. ll. Thomas ., AUOITOU - \<). H. Carlisle , SKNATOH-Knox jjivingtdon RRPHftSKMrAriVKS-J. 0. Dunbar, J. 0. Campbell, lt. h Freeman. j MAOIS?'AIS-?--C. 1). E.isterliug, T. h Crosland, Mernieitsyillo, II. L. M el.?un in, McQoll 1 John A. Ciiihoun. Clio', AV. J. Atkinson. Blenheim, i I). .1). Sthhh?l liri;:ht;-vdle, W. NV. Irby, Smithville. [Directory of HenneUsville Lodges S OONSOI.tOA'l KO ViODOK NO. 15, K. ol p., mO?ls every Monday ovuning ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 September 1902

BENii.fcn.!;JViLiJE s. pi UV 8!, A. 8SSit&WA* & ?0. O0co Went of Corn i House. Friday, Sopto?iiber 19. 1902. CV?>* 7V?O? Oorvemment. MAYOR -C. S McCall AI.UKKMI;M -.1 Flunk Breeden, C. E Kxtmv ,/oliu I5., Douglas, VV.'S. Rowe. '. CL KKK & TRKASURMR-Milton Mc* LaUiin. O iii ce open dally, V?; POLICE- J. H. Moore. Marlboro County 0()lccrs. j CL KKK OK CI.KUK <3. A. Drnke JUDOK ov PRORATE- -M. MoLauriii Co RON* t-ni- -C. l?, Coviogton SUPKUVISOK--M. V) Coward Suyr. KncoACioN --\V. L, Stanton TREASURER--.!. ll. Thomas AunrrOK - li. S. Carlisle SENATOR--Knox Livingston . REPRES?IS I A rt VES -J. C. Duuhtir, J. |0? Campbell, lt. Ii, Freeman. 'I MAOISIVVTES-- C. 1) lOistcrling, T. L Crosland, RoimuiLsviile, ILL. ML-LUIIin, McpoJI 1 . John A. Calhoun. ("Ito, ! "SV. J. Atkinson. Rlenhnini, ? J), I), fertility}* lhif:h(svillo, ' \V.AV. Irhy, Smithville. \X>irectory of Bennettsville Lodges '?I CONSOLIDATED LODGE No. 15, K. of ?PY, moots every Monday evening at 7.30 o'clock...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 September 1902

ll?tt'ofettoottve. From tho hilltop of man's sunny noon, Wo oiist a backward look along Ufo s rugged way, , , And deeply wondor li tho road ls ' strewn " , With wrecks of lives wo failed to holp or stay. Or did Vate decido tho course for tho^c whose trend Seemed downward, and who slip ped from virtue's path to roam Thc world about, devoid tho smile of God and friend, On tho weary highway 'twixt earth and a better homo? Ono thing is sure, my duty now I see. Which ls to succor those who need my care. And do iny Master's will, whate'er my it bo, "In tlie quiet homo, abroad or any where. G. Warren Hootman. T), CLINCH HEY WARD. Who timi What tho Now Governor of South Carolina Is. Duncan Clinch Ileyward, who has been 'selected by the Democratic voters of this state to he governor of South Carolina for the next two years, comes of an honored and historio family, says The News and Courier. Ills father was Edward Barnwell Iley ward of Colleton County and ids mother was Katherine Maria Clinch...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 26 September 1902

?SSS VOL. XXVII. ttM '1)0 THOU LIBERTY QliEAT.INSPlREOUR SOULS AN? MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY, OB OUR DEATHS GLOB?OUS IN THY OAUSF '" BENNETTSVIIJiE, S. C., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1902. m ?rn mm NO. IO. Speaker li?riderpon Creates a Political' ^ Surprise, by f^< REFUSING THE NOMINATION For Congress uml Oponly OccHnlu): to Httiiul us tho I'lx pone lit or His Party in Hit) District. . A dispatch from Dubuque, Iowa, says Speaker Ilondorson, lindi nu that his views in respect to thc treatment .of trusts hy reducing the tari IT in whole or In part, are not in accord with tho views of many of his party in Iowa, has declined to accept tho nom ination for congress and has with drawn from the nico. ?n ids state ment, Speaker Henderson, says: "For three years I have advocated giving control of trusts to congress. In my judgment, proper supervision can never ho had until congress has power to treat them. I am glad to sec from speeches made by our fearless and upright chief execut...

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 September 1902

w?. A* {HiGW?T - - - m?iior, Friday Soptombor 26, 1902 ' Hubxcrlittlon Prloot One year.$1.00 Six months. .50 Throe months. .25 tuaiMJWBwwia mun an ? wttaaBBOKmH ? HM u manaanpaca Marlboro's Wealth, Mr. E. S. Carlisle, our clever Auditor, has kindly furnished us with the following, whioh shows the value of all property returned and the taxes to bo paid thereon: Real Est te $1,906,805 Personal prop., $1,048,119 Railroad prop., $ 379,870 Total valuation, $3,344,794 The tax levy on this is State tax $10,723-97 County tax $18,390.36 School-special, poll, $14,298.37 Total- $49,418.70 The in?rense in valuation ol property for 1902 over 1901 is $35,539 Inlit'oasoin ?xfff? . $4.544,13. Tho Bomtu uville l'it'.iiigSoliooh Tho ojSoplhjL? O? 11 ? o 1- nncttsYillo Fitting Schcol on tho 15th instant marked a wolcomo addition to tho ed ucational facilities of our town and county. Horetotore, those of our boys and girls who have had the. advantago oven of high grado school* have frequently boon obli...

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