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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 4 October 1910

BOWMAN LETTER ? ? BOWMAN ROAI)\ WILL SOON BfcJ IN SHAPE AGAIN,. >;, '??"'"*'". Bowm&a Graded and High School Starts Yeara Work.?The Crops ? , . . : ' . / . . \ Reviewed.?Local News. Bowman, October 3rd.?Special. "f^There" was an irregular servicevren.*' dored for several - days last week i? hy the train on the 'B. and Bj*3C'R.r ?i--. the old engine*'doing duty in a crtp^ - sled condition with only one cylinder 'working. ? Friday on returning to Bowman this one gave way in about ??two miles of Bowman, bringing the train to a dead stop. Fortunately the several new parts , *or the regular engine that was wrecked several weeks ago was got ~ten in and yesterday-several machln | ists with, the necessary help needed were at work all day, and Manager Shvler thinks he will, be able to re : some regular trips on Tuesday. Freight is badly congested at both eirds of the road 'and it will take some days to catch up now if every thing works all right The mail is being handled by pri vate c...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 6 October 1910

PUBLISHED THEEE Til TOTAL WRECK ? ?? ?. Cars on the Illinois Traction System Crash With DireKesult THIRTY SEVEN KILLED Disregard of Orders Cause a Collis ion.?Cars Are Completely Demol ished, and the Passengers, V nable ' ?!?.?JSv'.'rf -V-:,",' ? . "' . * to Escape, Flung in Every Posi - tion and Mutilated Terribly. Thirty-seven persons were killed and from sixteen to twenty-five in jured in a collision on the Illinois Traction system, two miles north of Staunton, Illinois, late Tuesday eve ning. Three of the injured will die ' and maybe more. The collision occurred between lo1 cal train No. 14, north-bound, and an excursion train, No. 73, headed toward St. Louis' and loaded with passengers on their way to view the parade of-the Veiled Prophets at St. ?Louis. The accident, it is 3aid, was due entirely to the disregard of or ders by the crew of the local, which was in charge of M. A. Leonard, conductor, and John Lierman, of Staunton, motorman. ?Train No. 14 had orders to nass train 7...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 6 October 1910

iy Stahlished 3?hreer Times a Week, ffaeedey, Thursday and Saturday. Entered as second-class matter ?*a/ 8, 1006, at the postoffice at Or ?ageburg, S. C.t ander the Act of Congress of March, 187?. SmB. Ik Sims, Editor and Proprietor, fjao. Zsdar gim?, - Associate Editor. Subscription Bates. Stau? Tear. .?1.50 ?Sx Months. .75 ttfetrte Months .:... .40 Remittances should be made by 4?eck, money order, registered let '??0, or expreu orders, payable to ' ?. {The Times sad Democrat, Orange* ' ??8? 8. O. . * 'It would be an impossibility forf V\q Democratic party to please the i so-called independent newspapers of the State. I We must take the world as it is, not as we think it ought to be. ?60 taking it we shall have abundant opportunity to help it towards the ?ideal we have formed. A great many people speak of. a difference of principle when there :s nothing more than!: a? difference .-of opinion, and the gap between the two is often very wide. . ?Not every one that professes re ligion ...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 6 October 1910

GLEANINGS AND GOSSIP. It has been estimated that rats is England do damage to the extent oi 975,000,000 annually. French theaters receiving govern ment subsidy are obliged to give a free performance every year. Germany, Great Britain and the United States produce four-fifths of the world's supply of pig-iron. The figures! of the London police courts show a very decided increase during recent years in serious crime. Cigar boxes.of glass are.coming more and more into use. They are cheaper than the wooden boxes and Seep the cigars fresh a longer time. One of the Boston papers 1b talcing solid satisfaction over . a story of a bunch of ambergris found in a sword fish. Popular opinion has ambergris linked with whales. According to official .figures, the number of merchant marine steamers of Japan at the end of last year was ; 16X8. .Of-these, .101,were &teamers ol ?nore than 3,000 tons. . An old Scotchwoman was advisee by her minister to take snuff to keep awake during his sermon. She...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 6 October 1910

THAT .BOAT LINE CHARLESTON TO RAISE HER TEN . THOUSAND DOLLARS. Conference Between Orangeburg Del egation and Business Men of That City Heia Tuesday. At a conference held Tuesday in Charleston between representative business men of Charleston and Or angeburg, the Charleston men, speak ing for the Chamber of Commerce ?f Charleston and for the city, strong ly endorsed the proposition to estab lish a boat line or boat lines to oper s ate Jbetween the two cities provided -the Government opens the Edisto River to navigation. The following account of the meeting we take from The.News and Courier: q .. Vice President P. H. Gadsden, of ?the Chamber of Commerce, presided at. the ' meeting. ? cThe, Orangeburg " men were told that, while those pres ent had no authority to take official action on the part of the Chamber of Commerce in the matter, they were -nevertheless prepared to pledge the financial support of Charleston to the enterprise, and they gave it as their ' opinion that a fund of $...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 8 October 1910

PUBLISHEDfTOIffiB TIA G HAS FLED ftim ?sbcn and z Republic Has Beai Proclaimed by Rebels - ??.?^ MANY PEOPLE KILLED By. the Pierce .Fighting Which Took Place in the Streets of the City? Portugal Xow in the Hands of . the Democrats, Who Hare Set Up a-Provisional Government. ?The people of Portugal has de clared for- a Republic, and thus De mocracy marches i onward. Theophile Brag3, -republican leader, - is the new] president. The Portugese Marseil laise is the new national anthem and the emblem of monarchy on Che palace has been replaced by the flag] of red and green, the colors of the! republican party. - ! - That there was fierce fighting in J the streets of Lisbon is evident by I dispatches from - all < quarters. . Dis- j orders'at' Oporto have been' repress-1 ed by the troops, many regiments of w;hich are.said to'be loyal to"the! king. I King Manuel, the queen mother! and the .queen dowager; have' taken refuge in the palace at Mafra, a short'distance out of Lisbon/: [ Lisbon, ...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 8 October 1910

Established in 1880. fjd 40.No. 120 ffefcBabed Three Times a Week, ^aasday. . Thursday and Saturday, am ? 1 t-Btatered as second-class matter Smb. ?i 1900, at the postoffice at Or* eESeburg, S. C z ander the Act of Otagresa of March* 1870. -?-i 95a I?. Sims. Editor and Proprietor. J its. Iziar Sims, - Associate Editor.] i* Subscription Raten. Tew. 69z Months. 89U90 Montha. f Remittances should be made by ilirrlr, money order, registered let ters, or express orders, payable to Ene Times and Democrat, Oraage targ, 8. O. The man who is constantly suspi cious of others is probably not above ' suspicion himself The Spartanburg Herald says Or angeburg keeps' on making a noise like a growing town." (What a lot of misery in human li?e might be avoided if people were only more considerate of each other. The one who is constantly doing little acts of kindness and love can always be depended upon to do great things when the emergency arises. Wonder how many Republicans fend hear Republicans in...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 8 October 1910

''V m t 1 ? I now off er for sale the following lots,; residences, merchandise, etc, which I now have at Eutawville, South Carolina: One vacant lot on Main Street One lot with store. 45x60 feet on Main street, j The store ? has three! rooms on the back used as a resl-1 dence. One lot on Main Street, on which there Is a livery stable, 50x70 feet.j ?with a large loft overhead. Four lots on Factory Street, one containing a blacksmith and wheel wright's shop. One vacant lot on 2nd South St. One lot; upon which I have justj (erected a ne residence, on 2nd Sooth IStreerl Six head of livery horses, buggies, harness, surriee, etc. Two mowing machines and other farming Implements. A. stock of furniture and harware valued at $2,000. Eight acre's of land just out of tho town limits. 2 lots with residences, and 1 vacant lot on Dawson St. 2 24 H. P. Touring Automobiles. Eutawville, South Carolina. She Will Think of You "'Yes, my dear Mr. Nitt, you are right. Do not protect your home and family i...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 8 October 1910

1 IPS COM FAIR ''V'"ta BE HELD IN TEDS CITY ON * l^EDNESRAT, OCT. 19. i :'\ ?' fall Particulars of This Important I Eveat, to Which Alt Are Invited, ' Civep Below. The jj Boy's Corn Contest Fair will he held in this city on Wednesday, October 19th, and it is proposed to make it a great event in the. history t>f the . city rof Orangeburg. All' are invited to a'ttend and enjoy the speak ing and other eserclses of the oc ca sion. We publish below the program that will be carried out on the oc casion. It is.an interesting one, and,' ?1! who attend -the.., Pair, cga.. rest, assured of a pleasant as well as a profitable time. So be sure and come, and don't forget to bring the irife and all the .boys a'nd-girfe. :Hjpre is the IprograBt-: Teachers are-requested'-'by the' -Superintendent of Education to ex cuse boys of high Bchools, who de sire to^.attend this Fair, and, where it is practicable and agreeable, teach ers are: asked to attend this fair vrith: ?with t?ieir larger scholars. .....

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 11 October 1910

PDBLISBJEjD three to DEAD IN FIRE The Raging Planes Sweep Foor Jfione sola Tow as off tfce Map TRAINS ARE BLOCKED Seventy-five Bodies of Settlers Locat ed.?Death List May Total Three Hundred.?Other Towns in lraini neat Danger.?Men Crazed by Loss of Family and Property. .- "" ' .- " . . . Beaudttte, Spooner, Hitt ana Graceton, Minn., have been wiped off the map by a forest fire. The bodies of 75 settlers have been located and - it is thought the death list among the settlers will total upwards of 300. Wagon loads of human bodies are being brought into the railway sta tion at Beaudette. It is reported that many settlers, crazed witb grief at the loss of their families and property, are roaming the woods, and searching parties are constantly looking1 for 'the- injured, the dead and the demented. One family of nine* one of seven and one of five were destroyed - on Fridas night. .. . At 8:30 o'clock Saturday evening a tornado of fire struck Beaudette and Spooner, and within three minu te...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 11 October 1910

Established in 1S??. Vol. 40.No. 120 jpabUsbed Three Times a Week, Btonday, Thursday and Saturday. Entered as second-class matter f KB. 0* 11000, at the postoffice at Or> ? teageburg, S: C, ander "the 'Act of Oojsgresa of March, 1879. in . . . f?. L. Sims, Editor and Proprietor. Jfef. Izlar Sims, Associate Editor. Subscription Rates. 8&f> Tear.fl-50 (Hx Months.~~> Shroe Months. ? ?40 '. Remittances ehoald be made by duck, .money' order, registered let ters, or express orders, payable to MM Times .and Democrat, Orange fr-arg, 8. C. m n " Roosevelt does not anymore mind telling a fib when it suits his pur pose to do so tban taking a drink of wate.*. It is the opinion of some that the new Lily White Republican party in this State will be for Teddy for President in 1912. '> ?King Manuel, late of;Portugal, is now: out of a job. He left his pal ace at Lisbon by the back door and ' is afraid to return. . .Now let us go to work and do 6?me boosting for ?rangeburg. We have on...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 11 October 1910

HEALTH AND BEAUTY. Scrawny Arm?--The beat way to. ?vercome scrawny arms is to prac jtlce tensing exercises many times (?daily. Stretch the . arm at right aa fldes- to .the body, holding them very itaut; clinch the hand and draw- .up ?to the shoulder, using as much -force !as if lifiing a heavy weight. Kcpeat .'until the arm, begins to get stiff. .Massaging the arms with *iot olive oil for 15 minutes night and morning will also help to make them plump. .Shoe ? Comfort?A chiropodist gave xne this.hint for shoe comfort; "Nev ?er wear a shoe that will not1 permit the great toe to Ite in a straight lin'e. "Cramping, the "toes not only gives ?corns, and bunions, but so affects the "feet that general misery follows. Nev er let Vanity force you into a shoe too small." Gray Hair requires more care than ?orown, blonde or black, in order to 3bring out the delicate shade, if not ?carefully washed-and rot immacu lately cleau it will be streaky and inclined to show, yellowish louts "which are far...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 11 October 1910

OLD VETERANS DAY J?KOG5tAM OF THE EXERCISES OF THE OCCASION. Speeches Will Be Made by Gea. $. S. Garr and Gen. B. H. Teague to tbe Old Soldiers. ^ Tomorrow is. Old Veterans' Day. Xet the whole city turn out and welcome the old heroes once more. Their ranks are getting thinner and thinner as they one by one answer - the last roll call and cross over the river to join the comrades who have proceeded them to the better land. In a few years more ail the gallant men thr.t made up the invincible army t'nat followed the stary cross ?to victory on so many hard- fought battlefields will have answered the last roll- call and will pass from among us. Then let us honor them -while they are still,with us.. The program arranged for tomor row is a most interesting one, Gen. Julian S. Carr, of North Carolina, a veteran of the war, will deliver the principle address, and Gen. B. H. Teague, of ?iken, will speak of "Our Deceased Comrades."- In addition there will be songs and recitations appropriate t...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 15 October 1910

PUBLISHED THREE TU HOLD THE HAND: Ik Bemocrais Have Become the C?a servcrive Party in a NUMBER OF TBE STATES And the Big Interests of the Country Look to It' for Justice?The Usual j Order is Reversed and The Repub licans Find It Hard to Secure Campaign Funds. The democrats in tfew York are beginning to chafe a little under the repeated assertions that all the cor porations, the financial Interests, the big money lenders with foreign manieg, the Wall street gamblers, the railroad magnates and silk-hat ted habitues of 5th avariue clubs are supporting the democratic ticket this year. These men are afraid of Roosevelt and his ticket and look to the Democrats to give them justice. it is a novel position for the dem ocratic party to be placed in. This is the first campaign since Cleve land's time when the democrats have been able to get to the pie counter. Heretofore they have stood by and abused the republicans for trust affi liations. Republican leaders al ready are preparing to dessemi...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 15 October 1910

Established in 186?. JFoL 40 ._.No. 120 {Published Three Times a Week, Gfoeeday, Thursday and Saturday. Entered as second-class matter $aa. 9, 1009, at the postoffice at Gr aogeburg. S. C, ander the Act of OtHrujjpeus of March, 1879. 9i*? I*. Sims, Edito- and Proprietor. fTa*. Izliur Sims, ? Associate Editor. Subscription Bates. 9ft* Tear.?1.50 Wx Month*.75 Chswe Months.I. .40 Semittances ehoald bo made by jfeock, money order, registered let Goto, or express orders, payable to Che Timee aad Democrat, Orange? ?arg, & O. One of the hopeful political signs of the times is Rodsevelt's charge that the Democrats and trusts have combined to clean him and his crowd up. The Washington Times says "'the . right kind of a club man is the young man who belongs to a corn club." Provided he does not keep his corn in a liquid form in a locker. Teddy's hot air has so frightened the big corporations and trusts in New York that they are fleeing to the hated Democracy for help. The democracy will s...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 15 October 1910

If rt*c * iurfacc to be painted, enameled, stained, varnished, or -?aisbed in any way, -there's an Acme Quality Kiad to fit the purpose. Strong Reasons for Fall Painting 1. The wood is thoroughly dry. Summer'* tun hat remrved all m$itt?r:. 2. Paint penetrates deeper into dry wood. The deeper it gtet the better it folds. 3. F?ll weather is w?rm, dry and dependable. Little danger of cold, damp, rainy dayt, ?which endanger the durability of the paint. 4. Wet weather decays and de stroys unprotected surfaces. Lack of paint means unsightly and Ittt valuable property. ' 5. Fall painting keeps out winter moisture. The greatest enemy to the life and beauty o f all ttruc'uret. Ask us about ACME QUALITY HOUSE PAINT. It insures the greatest protection and beauty, at the least cost per year of service. Questions cheerfully answered. ""Yes, my dear Mr. Nitt, you are right. Do not protect your home and family in some good life insurance company. You are too sman to have a set of officers graft yo...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 15 October 1910

NAMES OF THE HEROES - 3?ST OF CONFEDERATE VETER ^ ANS WHO REGISTERED * -1? *&t the Reunion in Orange borg on . lost Wednesday and Took Part ia the Festivities. Two hundred and forty jold Con federate heroes registered on Wed nesday at the reunion and took pa it in the festivities of the day. Ovec two hundred of them came from Or ?angeburg county and the others came >3rom the counties of Aiken, Barn wen /Samberg, Berkeley, Calhoun, Colle ton, Charleston, Richland and Sum "ter. Here are the names of the old heroes: S. A. Corbett, Second regiment a'r . Cillery. G. F. Phillipe, Twentieth regiment .-artillery. R. J. Browning, Fifth regiment ar tillery. JH. F. Till, Twentieth regiment ar tillery. E. W. Brantley, Twentieth regi ment artillery. Samuel Dibble, Twenty-fifth regi ment infantry. L. E. D. Felder,' Fifth regiment artillery. A- W. Thairiu, Washington artil lery. J. F. Jackson, Twentieth South Carolina regiment. J. W. E. Moorer, Second South -Carolina artillery. fi. M. Hughe...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 18 October 1910

PUBLISHED THREE TI] FIVE AROEAD As the Result of lie Col?sk? of 1m Trains Near McC?rn;ck, p. - MANY OTHERS WOUNDED Dispatcher Browden Pails to Deliver Meet, Orders aad Passenger Trains Collide Witn Fatal Results.?En gineer Hughes Will Die.?Only Trainmen Killed. A dispatch irora Augusta* Ga., says .owing to the operator at Mc Cormick, S. C, failing to deliver "tmeat order" , for Train No. S, leav-j ing Anderson, S. C, for Augusta, at 3.5? p. m., Passenger train No. 3, i leaving Augusta at 4.45 Sunday af ternoon for Greenwood, collided with the. Anderson train at 6.45 o'clock at the forty and a half mile post, two and a half miles of McCormick, S. - C. The trains were running at top speed and came together in head-on collision. As a result of the collision five trainmen were killed and seven trainmen and 10 passengers were injured. Both engines were ' completely wrecked, the two baggage cars were telescoped and the next. two cars on both trains were badly dam aged. The list of dend is...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 18 October 1910

Established in 1809. ffoL 40.No. 120 fltabUshed Three Times a Week, Baeaday. Thursday and Saturday. Catered as second-class, matter ?MB. 9,1909, at the postoftlce at Or* MCeborg. S. C, under the Act of Cosgrew of March, 1879.... -_ i - fiA L. Siiu*, Editor and Proprietor. V fas. lalar Situs, - Associate Editor. Subscription Rates. 3hM> Tear.91.5? Ate Months . '7^ GFhroe Montiu.40 Remittances should be made by jfeeck, money order, registered let ters, or express orders, parable tu (The Times aad Democrat, Orange? ??rg, a. c. ' What has become of one Tom E. Walison. He has not even chirpel since the Georgia election, which buried him iu a political-avalanche. While Roosevelt is proclaiming , his "new nationalism'" in the South and West, the Republicans of his own Slate are repudiating iu in creasing numbers each day. ? j Seeing defeat ahead for his tick et in New York, Rooseveit is charg ing the Democrats with having sold out to the trusts. No one pays much attention to Teddy's rav...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 18 October 1910

NOTICE OF ELECTION State of South Carolina; County of Oran?eburg.? Notice is hereby given that the General Election for State and Coun ty Officers wiy be held at the voting ' mrecincts prescribed by law in said ?County, on Tuesday, November 8, "1910, said day being Tuesday follow ing the first Monday In November, ?as prescribed by law. ' * The qualifications for suffrage? are as follows: ? .Residences in State for two years, in the County, one year, in the poll ing precinct in which the elector ?f ters to vte, four months, and the payment .s..c months before any elec tion of any poll tax .then .due and payable: Provided, That ministers ?n charge of an organized church and teachers of public schools shall . ibe entitled to vote after six months, {residence in the State, if otherwise qualified. Managers of election must require of each voter the production of a registration certificate and the proof ? of the payment of all taxes, includ ing poll tax. 'iassessed and collecti ble during...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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