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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 6 November 1903

BENlTETTSYILItE, S. O, BY S. A. BltOWN & CO. Office on Marion Street Opposite Masonic Hall, Friday, November 6, 1903. MARION DISTRICT APPOIN fMENTS. ... \ TamD ROUND-E. P. TAVLOB, P. B. Brigbtavllle, Antlooh', Nov. 7,8 j North Marlboro, Oak Grovo 4-30 p.m. Nov 8, 9 . BUnhoimot, ?febron, 11 14,15 BennettavlHo Sta, (nighi) 15,16 BrownavUlo, Kew Holly, 41 a 1,22 I- ? v Now In Town. . Dr. Wm Edwards, the noted color ed divino healer, who is traveling over I the state relieving Buffering humanity is DOW in our town performing won derful work among our people, ouring j . . lame back a, rheumatism, h ead ac h ea and other troubles. For the present j he is stopping with Wm Townsend near colored Methodist church, and will bo pleased to wait on all needing relief. Unolalmod Letters. .Letters ad dre wed to tho following uamcd I dorena romalo uncalled for at tho post omeo ia BonaettsvUlo : Men's Li ut. R P Bell. K D Ru uah, J J Sauu deis, Fancie Jett, O A Ch?a m. Women'u List. Maggie Mathew...

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. — 6 November 1903

?WUL CE?ELTIES Practiced .'a Macedonia by the Turka ; on the Chrbitians. ; : <0> . --- ' t HARDSHIPS THEY XTNDERQO. -Tho .Christian Subjects of tho Sul tan BcBhlos Boing Inhumanly Treated Must Pay.Exorr hirunt Taxes. The Rev. Dr. Malcom Maccoll, dean of Ripon, In England, made some blood curdling charges against the Turk in a recent Berraon preached by him at St. Mark's. Marylebone Road, London, and reported in "The Church Times."" Among .otherx things the cannon said: Now, let me try to give you an diea of what that tyranny under which the Christian subjects of the Sultan groan is and always has been; and let mo beg you tb understand that in what I am now going to say 1 do not exaggerate one a toni of their misery. Every state ment I make, you may take lt from .me, is an understatement of the facts. Ido not base my allegations on the tales of travelers. I base every asser tion which I am now about to make an authentic documents. 1 have read, I believe, without exception, ever...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 13 November 1903

PQ THOU MBERTY GREAT. IK SPIRE OUR S?UI?/?KD^AJ^^b?l^ LIVES IN THY POSSESSIOK HAPPY; OR ?UR^BATHS 'GLORIOUS IK THY O?.U6E :----_-?--_!_._._i O *.....: . V-' ''.' ...' BENNETTS VILLE, S. C., Mft)AY, NOVEMBER 13, 1903. buy at ld be : Amerir itiznn. ember number of Frank pular Montbly appears an ltled "The National Lobby gton" and written by the rbis article should be read American citizen. Although any it may seem that the authors billa ariticle have made startling re velations, with all the seriousness of the situation as they have described it, the half bas not been told. In the beginning, the authors of "The National- Lobby at Washing ton," explains that there exists a profound Impression lhat someting is wrong with the basic principles of our governmenfras it has been adminis tered for a decade." This impression, the authors attribute to "the robhery of the treasury through bribery, blackmail and petty larceny in the postotllce department; the illegal ab sorption of public lands w...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 13 November 1903

S. A. BROWN - - - Ediior.\ Friday; November 13,1903? r. SpM?rlptlon Price : ?jio^e?ri h .vi .- ; ;.... ... ,$ 1;?0 Six: months .. ........... .50 -Three months........... : .25 Bots Prom Tho Fints. Mr. Editor:-As you haven't heard | anything- irom this place in'sometime, I thought I would give you a few items. Farmers arc nearly through gathering., .Digging, potatoes "and hog killing is all the gd now, good ham and potatoes are nice. Isn't tnat so Mr. Hayne; for you haye just killed a fine Hog to-day. I tell you we Flatwoods iolks like potatoes. Mrs. Jackson, who has been, veiy sick for some time, is slowly improving. . Messrs Walter Bundy and Bruce Bruton of Hebron visited in the Flats Sunday afternoon. I think the Hebron-. ; iles like the Flats, I suppose they were on a "dear" hunt. . Mr. and Mrs, Link Weatherly ol Mc Coil-Cross, spent Sunday. with his moth er Mrs. Mar/ Weathealy. Mr. James McDaniel is all smiles, its a fine boy. From all reports I think one ot our neighbors will ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 13 November 1903

* --I . JUii""1** IF IV?" Waterhouse j /?*) th.6 chairman any.Jlvics of the South jhj&ration of women's ^tibsy^Qr-ifcb? use of the schools, ; and she hopeB the teachers of the Btu te will cooperate with her in ?his celebration. ?H?ing Baok to Sumter. The Sumter Herald of the 6th saya Mr. Willie H. Sparks, who has been living in Marlboro for the past year or two, has decided to move baok to Sumter county. He has leased Dr. H. J. MoLadrin's plantation near Wedge geld, and will bring his family over ni once. Mr. Spark's friends in Sum ter county are glad to welcome him \ back. '.J notai mod Letters. Lottern addressed to the following named dersons remain uncalled for at the post c ; ico In Bennettevlllo : Men's List. Connie Jesper, Tom McGhee, M I Register? M B Breeden, C L Rhode?) West Jenkin, Frank Stanton, Henry l?aster, Maston Campbell. Women's List. Dollie McKay, Anna James, Julia Quinn, Lula Odom. Hew arrivals in neck ruffs at Mittle'e store. drapes From Germany. . ^.^?r^^S^K...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 13 November 1903

: A Bia: SWINDLE; How tho Masses of tho People Are , ' Fleeced by fcocalled '0APXAH?8 OF INDUSTRY.?' Tao Method? Employed by Charles j M. Schwab and J. Pierpont ? Morgan With Respect to tho Shipbuilding Trust. There was something of a sensation In Wallstreet when Daniel Ii. Dresser, president of the-Trust Company of tho Republic, revealed under oath the methods employed by Charles M Schwab and J. Pierpont Morgan with respect to the shipbuilding trust. The newspapers of the country have paid great attention to Dresser's testimony and some people pretend to be surpris ed because of tho revelations. Mr. Dresser -tes ti Oed at a hearing before a special United States examiner, Henry D. Oliphant, that the first mortgage bondholders bad obtained the appointment of a temporary re ceiver for the shipbuilding company and Dresser's testimony was introduc ed for the purpose of showing that the company was fraudulently impos ed upon and rendered insolvent through the machinations of certain men...

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. — 20 November 1903

MOL. XXVII. BENNETTS VILLE, S. G^PR?n|?Y, NOVEMBER 20, 1903. 8E??LEES WANTED. Earnest Men Attend the Immigration /, ,,. - Convention in Columbia. . THE PLAN OP WOEK ADOPTED. . j'-Thoro Were Delegations from Nearly Half of tho Counties in tho State at tho Meeting - libat Tuesday. -.. The Columbia State says patriotic {:'%-:mm pf South Carolina organized in that city last Tuesday, week what in time may bo one of the great aganoies for makiu?,t$be "State as great com mercially and agriculturally as it is in its manufacturing interests. This object they hope to accomplish through immigration, the engrafting upon the citizenship of this State of Bturdy settlers from tbe old country who will populate thc agricultural section now being deprived of its citi zens in order to give them employ ment in the cotton mills. MANY COUNTIES REPRESENTED. There were present representatives -rf-?, from 18 counties when the delegates assembled in the hall of the house of repres?ntatives. Col. Knox Living ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 November 1903

Tridav. Kovember 20, ?903. Subscription -Price: - ;SDne year . .'v...9 1.00 . Six months-.. .ii.... .50 Three:months..'.Vi.25 COURT OF GENERAL ^SESSIONS Nevr^sEU TEKM. The Coutrof General Sessions conven ed on Monday at io o'clock'His Honor .Judge Gary presiding. - Solicitor Johnson alter some worry with tardy witnesses had a large number ot Bills ready, which His Honor in a briel charge turned over to the Grand . Jury, all ol them being- present. . .. The tallowing cases have been dis posed o? to this Thursday noon: James Vining charged with house breaking and larceny, pl. ad guilty and received a sentence ot 6 months on chain gang or penitentiary. George David/housebreaking and lar ceny, went to trial found guilty and got 12 months on chaingang or penitentiary'. Lee James, housebreaking and lar ceny, went to trial found guilty and got 12'" months on chaingang. -Jack Crosland, ". housebreaking and larceny, plead guilty and got 6 months on chaingang. Nora Hayes plead guilty to assau...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 November 1903

BENHETTSYLLLB, S. ?.. IIV S. A. BROWN & CO. Office ott .-Marion Street Opposite Masonic Hall. .Soinottw Beading. V If th^pooplo of tfae Factory Tillage V^?itt%?L*ftjf? homo of Mra. G. W. ,:!.:A-b8i^;bbi-.tTe,nnioge street north of ^.'\?t^'0'new/l?pilrpad, between the hours bf?t&?nd ?.p. m., on Saturdays they can get reading matter free of charge All Factory people are cordially in ; vife^?. to call on Saturday. .' ? ? LOSTrf A Premier Gold filled open ^ face.watcn--Seth Thomas movements .-Case No 248514. Any one finding mime will', please let me know and I - will pay for same. Nov 18, 1903. E. JJ. Swelt. vCARD OFTHANKS: Dear Mr; Editor; We desire to ex ])r08s through the columns of your paper bur heart felt thanks for the kindness and sympathy Bhown ua by out many friends during the sad be reavement of our dear little daughter. May God bless them all. Mn and Mw, C. W. Crosland. Nov. 17 1903. DEATHS' DOINQS. . 'The'sad news waB received here Monday of the death of Frank Newby...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 November 1903

????as_ A L?TTLE HEEOIM?, Who Bo?aved to Sing tho Song March ing Through Georgia, '-- ,; >'''' GIVEN A ROUSING WELCOME In Augusta, Georgia, by tho Old Confederate Veterans, Whoso Honored Guest rho Itlt . tleJLady.WuB. The Confederate Veterans at'Au-' N gusta last week went wild over Miss Laura Talbott Galt,, of Louisville,' Ky., the little girl who refused to Bing i "Marching Through. Georgia" when orderea to do so by her teacher last year. She has been invited to Augusta : by tue "Veterans and arrived tn the city on Monday afternoon of last week. The Augusta Chronicle says long be fore. the hour for the arrival of tho train hundreds of men, women and children began to gather at the Union . depot, anxious to be the first to catch a glimpse of the little heroine and welcome her to the city. Shortly before the scheduled hour for the arrival of the train Camp 435 met at the monument on Broad street, In full uniform, and marched to the depot In a body, headed by tho Robin son Carniva...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 27 November 1903

"DO THOU LIBERTY GREAT. INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MA?E^J^^THY POSSESSION HAPPY, OR OUR DEATHS QLOSIOUS lg THY CAUSE." : VOL. XXVIII. BENNETTSVILLE, S. C., FR?AY, NOVEMBER 27,1903. -FK1EST KETUKNS. Bayo a Band Kidnapped Him and Ko. t Him a Prisoner TS A DEEP, DARK DUNGEON. Graphic Statement of His Oap* ' tivlty, Says Ono Bandit Urg ed tho Others to Murder . Olin. The Rev. Joseph Chrlnglone, miss ing pastor of the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Williams bridge, New York, was found at First avenue and East Fifty-first street at 3:46 o'clock Wednesday morning by Patrolman Joseph Cooke, of the East Fifty-first street station. The priest told a story of having been kidnapped by strange men, chloroformed, bound and robbed and kept in a cellar for two days, and finally liberated from a wagon at the foot of East Fifty-first street. His narrative was heard hy priests from the Cathedral, a physician from the Flower Hospital and Civil Justice George F. Roesch In succes sion and they were, con...

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. — 27 November 1903

HiiillliB 8. A. BROWN - - -r Editor. . Friday, governbo'r ?7 1903. . Subscription Frier: Ono year.'.. ..$ 1.00 Six months. . .50 Three months............ .25 COURT OF GENERAL SESSIoS - .NOVEMBER TEEM. <?. -,? . Our report last-week.ended with" the trial of J. G. Moody, white, and Hen ry Charlea colored; for violation of the .Disyensary : la w, transporting, &o, .3 I counts. The jury found them guilty on one count) and their counsel, Messrs. .Townsend & Hamer, appealed the case and tjiey, w.ero let go on original bond. Thomas Kew,'charged with'criminal assault, plead-not guilty, but after the formation of.a jury consented to plea of guilty of abduction, and got IOWCBI semence 2 years on chaingang or pen. This closed tho business of the first week, nod court adjourned Thursday evening.-.. Court-reconvoued Monday, 23d, at 10 a. ni., and the case of Henry Pat riok lor tho murder of his wife was called. His attorneys Messrs McGoll and LeGrand tried hard to have the ca?e postpo...

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. — 27 November 1903

5. ?t. BROWN - - ?li Editor, '..>Fpid?v; l?ovembw'^7:?90& ' ? ..j_J^T? - Subscription Trice: One year..........$ 1.00 Six months;............... . .50 Three months. .25 COURT OP GENERAL SESSIONS. NOVEMBER Tpnai. . Our report laat week ended willi the ' trial of J.- G. Moody, white, and Hen ry^Charles colored, for violation of the Diayeneary law, transporting, &o, .3 counte. The jury found them guilty on one opunt? and their counsel,- Mesara. Townsend & Hamer, appealed the uti rrj and th,ey, wrro let go on original bond Thomas K??\ charged with criminal assault',' plead ?not guilty, but after the formation.of.a jury consented to. plea :of guilty of abduction, and got lowest semen co 2 years on chaingang or pen. This closed tho business of the first week, and court adjourned Thursday * evening.-,. Court recoil VOUCH! Monday, 23d, at 10 a. pw) and the case of Henry Pat riok lor the murder of hie wile was called. His attorneys Messrs McGoll and 'LeG rand tried hard to hav...

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. — 27 November 1903

BE^p^SYILLEt [3. 0. " " BX.Sl? A.' 1?BOWK & fe?:' ' ! O?lcdpn Marion Street Opposite Masonic Hall? . Fr???aY, Hovember 27, 1903. . (bVutli Froooedloga concluded, ^?litol?t^^?er the c^mUtee calls ai?i? Clerk of the ^.raaffili'i^'-Vn-. has had tor e-jme time. a^m?r'HftrrTWlilW which has been non ?r?t?6??t bearing, and ol which thebanks h>y&hflUlise > without charge. If it is practicable, without jeopardizing his responsibility, the Clerk should be re quired to' loan this money out. so that it will bring in an income to the parties to whom it belongs. They, therefore, re commend that the Clerk be authorized and directed to loan this money either .t?'ttie Bank which will pay interest there ott, or to some, responsible individual, taking as security a first mortgage upon unencumbered real estate, worth double the villiie o' trio sum loaned. ?.. They examined the Jail and lound it in pond oondifion, well kept and the prisoners receiving proper attention. They have examined t...

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. — 27 November 1903

' . BENl^T?SYILLE, S. C. , ' :.i ?^0Al Jrm?WH & CO. . ? iO??o?iiii Marton Street OjrponUe i. . ilfasoMic Hall, . frliay, November 27, 1903. ^c^?p?H' Pxocv-sainga concluded, :^^&????1?VwMte*'''?n'e committee calls the fact that the Clerk of the ??Pfiasr :attti has Fad for some imc, ^c^n?tder?Me fuqd belonging to minors ?hd;?tr??f ' pat.tica which has been non iritercSt"bearing, and ot which the hanks hMfi us^without charge. If it is pfrc^lc?b??. without jeopardizing his reipojisibility, the Clerk should be re quited to loan this money out so that it will bring in an income to the parties to whom it belongs. They, therefore, re commend that the Clerk be authorized arid directed to loan this money either to the Bank which will pay interest there ari, br to some, responsible individual, taking as security a first mortgage upon unencumbered real estate, worth double the value ol thc sum loaned. ?.. Tliey examined the Jail and found it in good condition, well kept and the prisoner...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 27 November 1903

m?? FIXES THE BLAME . --? ^Ou.General Longstreet for Gen. lee's Repulse nt Gettysb rg. ViL-'wm NOTABLE INCIDENT Recorder! tu tho Boole is nu Inter view. "Which Occurred Do Uvcon Gen. Juco und Gen. Jackson. ; lb ls a valuable contribution to the materials-for the future history of our civil war that Gen. John B. Gordon has made in his Reminiscences of the Civil War. The contribution is valu able, not only because the writer has had it lu his power to furnish a great deal of first hand testimony concern ing Important events and distinguish ed commanders, but because, tho trustworthiness of the narrative is guaranteed by tho admirable spirit that pre'vades lt. Gen. Gordon is one of those bravo men who sheathed their ^ tongues when they sheathed their .swords. He is indeed, just as firmly convinced now as he was in 1861, that the seceding States were constitutionally justified in attempt lng to organize a separate Confed eracy, but he holds that the arbitra ment of war has made the ques...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 11 December 1903

"DO THOU LIBERTY GREAT, INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN, THY POSSESSION HAPPY; O& OUR^ VOL. XXVIII. BENNETTSVIDLE, S. C., ?DAY, DEdffi??iii^ ANOTHER CALL. Counties Not Represented at Recent Inmigration. Convention raV?TED TO JOIN MOVEMENT. .Mr. MathcHOn, Originator pf the Present Movement for limul Krauts Hhs Another Word on tho Subject. To'the Editor of The State: Referring to Immigration again, perhaps for the last time along this line, I wanted to give my . views In full. - First, I want each county that was not represented at Columbia on the j 10th of November to let me know promptly whether or not they care to co-operate with us in this great and grand scheme, so that I may enrolL them on my list.. Theo I want two subscription lists circulated in each, county, one of the subscription lists asking for a small contribution for the State board to defray common expenses, such as literature, legal ad vice, and other State expenses, this list to bo circulated in each coun...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 11 December 1903

:, ' -. . U;D0 THOU LIBERTY. GREAT, , INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR; LIVES IN Til Y POSSESSION HAPPY, OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSER ^ \/ V ^ ^| - ^ VOL.XXVIII. BENNETTSYILLE^S; C., FRIDAY, DECEMBER II, 1903, ' " ' ANOTHER CALL. Counties Nwt Represented at Recent ?. . v ; ' Irnmigratiori Convention INVITED TO JOIN MOVEMENT. .Ur. -Mathcflon, Originator of tho Present Movement for Ininti Krauts Has Another Word on the Subject. To the Editor of The State: Referring to immigration again, perhaps for tbe last time along tbls line, I wanted to give my - views in full. - First, I want each county that was not represented at Columbia on the 10th of November to let me know promptly whether or not they care to co-operate with us in this great and grand scheme, so that I may enroll them on my list. Then I want two subscription lists circulated in each -county, one of the subscription lists asking for a small contribution for the State board to defray common expenses, such as literature,...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 11 December 1903

TI1R?MI) DEMOCRAT s. A. ii noir y - - - rMtx? W: Frida v. Deceiiiber ll 1903. \ Su?igr.'riptton Trlert One year. . .V...,1.00 Six months. .'. ,50 'Three-month . .i.v. i. .-;. .25 MARLBORO BOYS IN SUMTER. . ?;>? . Tho birrin no witera alug aO awoot, And hcnrln no whcro RO lightly beat, And heaven and oarlh BO nearly meet AB down in dear old Sumter. luau elab?ralo write up ot die town ol Sumtcr.under the above caption, from the lacile pen ol Cot. McIntyre, he says: .VJ.t is a pleasure to record thc lact . that Marlboro the hanncr'counly ol ihe State contributed of her affluent resour ce? to produce'lhis halo of idory which "Usurroundsold Sumter likcan~almospherc !:? ilnt int ? line we were pleased tc; iiieet iii'- M? F . Stubbs, who left our cou ri ti . lew ye rs ago and carrying with Ihctn the pr iud traits oi character which has distinguished their name, have bi lli up a business which is a ci edit ;o tUtiin dud an ornament to the city. We noted willi pride and congratula lion th...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 11 December 1903

Fridav. December ll 1903, ;' StUmcrlpttOn Trier: One year . ........$ 1.00 Bik months, .y; ... ;....... .50 Three months........._ .25 MARLBORO BOYS IN SUMTER. Tho birds no whcro Bing s? sweat, . And hearts no .whore KO lightly beat, , And houvou and earth so noarly moot As down hi dear cid Sumter, In an elaborate write up ot the town pl Sumter under the above caption, from | , thc lactic pen ol Col. McIntyre, he says; ;"Ir is a pleasure to record the lac? that Marlboro the banner'county ol the Stale contributed ol' her affluent resour- ' ces to produce this ?Salo ol'glory which surrounds old Sumter li kc an atmosphere j In li''- iii i nil : : line we were pleased 10 meet tin- Met ?i . Stubbs, who left our county ? low yo:tra ago and carrying v illi loo n tho pt md traits ol character! whirl; has distinguished their name, have built up a business which is a ciedit them mid an ornament to the! city. We noted with pride and congratula tion the phenominal success which has clowned the ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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