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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 17 January 1906

FARMERS'BONE Proved the Best Fertilizer By a Record of Twenty Years' Success You are banking on experience when you fertilize with Farmers' Bone. No other fertilizer is so well balanced in the plant food supplied from sowing time to harvest. Don't take a.substitute. Farmers' Bone has no equal for any kind of crop. It is the leading fertilizervof the South. Works Freely In Any Drill It hasten proven by over twenty-one years of successive use that Fish and Animal matter is superior to any other known ammoniate for growing cotton. Farmers' Bone is the fertilizer MADE WITH FISH A 1885-250 TONS 1890-1,500 TONS 1895-12,000 TONS 1900-58,455 TONS 1905-130,091 TONS F. S. ROYSTEfc CUANO CO. BECAUSE IT GROWS CROPS Norfolk, Va.. Columbia, S. C. Tarboro, N. C. Macon, Ca. t M. 0. Dantzler, Furniture and Hardware. Shall the Harvest Be? _l ^ vesting the small grain and hay crops. ?8? It'depends a great deal on the MANNER OF HARVESTING; the MACHINERY used and the disposition of the crop after it is ...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 17 January 1906

ttMKHAL SESSIONS. CASESDISPO?EDOF -VT TBEL5LTE TEBtt OF COU?T. - As Usual Kmc of che * ceased Parties The Qfollowlng are the cases tried at the term of court held here last week. Judge Pardy presided and1 Solicitor Hidsbraud was on hand to see that no guilty man escaped Toe court convened on Monday, the 8:h instant, and adjourned on Saturday, the 13 ?h Instant. A number or oise* were carried over to the next term, which will be held In May. The first cae tried was tl a", against John Baldr clr, onarged wkn as-ault and battery with intent to kill. Bdd rick is the negro that amused himself some time last summer trying to kill other negroes in the Elloree s. ctioa for allowing his wife, fixm whom re . ?} was seperated, to visit tneir homes. He Shot men and women until be was shot down and captured. Among his victims was an infant, who nad one o its arms shot off while in its mother's arms by the desperad \ He was in dicted in three cases and plead guilty In each case. He was sentenced ...

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. — 31 January 1906

ESTABLISHED IST IS HE WILL DIE ??n the Gallows For a Most Hein ous Crime. j BRUTE T03B HANGED. . 'T&e Law Vindicated In the Case of An* drew Thompson, Who, Within Pive Weeks From [the Commission of the Crime, is Tried and Condemned to be flung. There has scarcely ever been so .much interest shown in any criminal trial io Greenville as is shown in the trial of the rapist, Andrew Tocop vson, who is charged with assaulting ..Mrs. Frank James, the wife of a farmer, near Taylor's, December 18, 1805, which was began In the court - of sessions Wednesday morning at 10 - o'clock, says a special dispatch to The .-State. A verdict of guilty was re turned Wednesday afternoon. According to the testimony of Ben Smith and Charlie Moseley, both col ored, they were with the defendant at ?sundown on the day the alleged crime was committed, about a quarter of a :milo distant from the James home. They parted at that point, after having partaken of whiskey from a pint bottle which the defendant had....

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. — 31 January 1906

?REF?LLY conducted experiments, ranging over many years. proved con clusively that the liberal use of Potash is essential to the pro duction *pf big yields of full earedr corn. .Let us send you our practical books telling of these and many other careful crop-feeding tests; they are free to fanners without any cost or obligation. Send name and address. Address. GERMAN KALI WORKS. Mew York?93 Nassau Street. or Atlanta, Ca.?22% So. Broad Street. Furniture is up, an advance of ten per cent having gone into ef== feet January first. Our prices are not affected becausa we knew the rise was coming and bought heavily to protect our trade. We can always save you money. Remember we have The Only Furniture Store ' in Orangebnrg. I j 1. s 9 i '? i i ( \ Imperfect material or workmanship in a vehicle often proves more expensive than one would rt first consider. This I is especially so with vehicles constructed mainly with an object | of getting np something cheap Our line comprizes the leading ma...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 31 January 1906

TBE DR?6 STOKE is the one place on earth where it is unsafe to look for "Bargains." If you are satisfied with getting the worth of your money, the test Medicine it is possible to compound from the highest grade drags, and the services of an experienced Pharma cist you will send your Doctor's Prescription to . 6. Wafliianiaker Mfg. Co. ... ..., Our Drug Store Goods , / - ?iify BSP ?? : ? - ' Aid Service. Learn what you have been Loosing by Trading Elsewhere. A. Calhonn Doyle & Co. Reliable Prescriptionists. restores VITALITY Made a Well Man the 5*gg?M B^i-ofMe. XIHI3N<?H Tm'frrtvt'm T*vg produces the above rasnlts in 30 days. It acta ?ovrorfully and Quietly. Cores when aU others ML Xormginoawi? regain their lost manhood, and-old con will recover their youthful visor by asms KEVIVO. It ?oleklyandBurelyrestoresNervoas Hew, Lost Vitality, Impotency. Nlgutly Emissions, tost Power. Failing Memory, Wastlnc Diseases, and eU effects of. solf-abuEO or excess and Indiscretion, Traich un...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 31 January 1906

; Published EiverT^WedneSa^ Oranjgeburg, S. 0. . Jas. L. Sues, Editor and Proprietor SubMiription Bates. One year ..................?M~.......~....tl.? Six montbs.............................^... .50 Three months ........................ .85 Advertising Bates. h Transient advertisements 81.00 per Inch for fiat insertion and 60 cents for wob scbae ejueat insertion. ' Business Notices 10 cents per line for first Insertion and 5 cents per line for suheequen assertions. OHtnariss, Tribe tea of Sespeot, Notice of Thanks, and all notices of a personal or politi cal nature are charged for as regular sdvertise saaats. Special Notices, entitled Wanted, Lost, Found, For Benb, .not exceeding twenty-five words, one time, 35 cents; two times, 50 cents; three times, 75 cents and four times, $1.00. Liberal contracts made with merchants and ; ofc era who wish to run advertisements for three months or longer. For rates on con tract advertising apply at the office, and they Will be cheerfully furnish...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 31 January 1906

. Forakee Polities Bis BUI to Them With Stones. Confederate veterans and-Southern ers generally "are taking a deep inter If eat in the Foiaker bill to appropriate I ?200,000 to nay the lands in Northern states wberin rest the bodies of Con federates <rho died in the- Northern . prisons fn the civil war, to improve ; these grounds substantially and to erect headstones over the graves. A good deal of Northern sentiment, too, is with the people of the South in this 'i matter, as is evidenced by the fact ' that Senator Forakcr, himseli a fire eating veteran of the rebellion, is urg ing the passage of the bill. President Roosevelt himself is fa vorable to proper care of the graves of Confederates who died in the Northern prisons. He recommended this in his last menage. President McKinley was also favor able to it and through his efforts the Confederate dead in the District of Columbia over six years ago were all brought together in Arlington ceme tary and a separate plat prepared for ...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 31 January 1906

J>fa?Ef?! u^At!r fer?U5?rs,Isto pay off a mortgage on tbe old farm. Ke*d the following from Messrs. Wherry ? Son, o^erao? the Magnolia Fruit Farm, Durant, Miss.: '? We made 1900.00 from one acre strawberries, on which jour fertilizers were used. Eight yearn ago we bought this place at 520.03 per acre. It was then considered to have been worn out twenty yeara before, but by ?berall/ using Virginia-Car oliaa Fertilizers under peas and velvet beans, we can now grow almost any thing, and have been offered $250.00 per aero for the place, we experimented with a great many brands of fertilizers, but find the highest per cent cheaper. ?' Now don't you think Virginia Carolina Fertilizers would enable yon to pay off a mortgage if you had one? Well, dont use any other. Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co. "Richmond. Va. Atlanta, Ga. Norfolk, Va. Savannah, Ga. Durham, N.0. Montgomery, ai^ Charleston, S. C Memphis, Tenn. Baltimore, Md.. Soreveport, La. Weeks & Co. Will Not Be Undersold. ?>?:...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 31 January 1906

TRADE MARK Hi mm -'??":< SECHSTER EO "Imitation is the Siiteerest Flattery 99 The unprecedented popularity of Royster's FARMERS' BONE fertilizer has induced some of our competitors to advertise Fish Guano, claiming theirs to be "just as good." FARMERS' BONE is the original Fish Guano, and. to prevent being imposed upon, buyers should be sure that our trade-mark is on every bag* Tills is the only guarantee that you are getting the genuine Farmers' Bone Norfolk, Va. Columbia, S.C. Made with Fish ROYSTER GUANO CO. Tarboro, N. C. Macon, Ca. ?8? 4* ?ft ? 4? ?ft 5 ?ft ? A A * the word Mammoth Means a Great Deal When Used in Connection With Dantzler's Furniture Store. V I have about one solid acre of floor space for Furniture exclusive <?? ??> <?> ?> ?& ? <?> S o ? ? ? ? 4> ? ? <? 4 ? a ly, and yet not space enough to display my entire stock, which consists of <?, ? ? o ? ? ? ? <?? cheap, medium and high grade Furniture of all descriptions. ^-? _ %-?...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 31 January 1906

? BAMBERG MAN Cfearged With Poisoning B. F. Reed With Arsenic BY A CORONERS JURY , A Disreputable Woaoan Flgtn-.s in the Case, and aa Ugly Scandal Is Re vealed by the Enquiry Into the Death of B. P. Reed at Bmnbeig. A dispatch from Bamberg to The State says as a result of reports and rumors which "have (rone out concern ing the death of B. T. Bead, who died In Bamberg on the morning of Janu nary 14th, after an ilnoss of only a few bxurs, an Investigation was be gun Thursday by the order of Coron er J. H. Z ilgler! The coroner's jury went to the burial grounds at Cope, where Beed was buried, and there disinterred the body. Dr. J. J. Oleckley performed the operation. The results, if there are any, will be brought out in the court house in a few days. At the time of Seed's death the commoiil> accepted report was that he had died of paralysis of the brain. But Mr. G. B. .Kittrell, a brother-in-law of the deceased man, hearing the rumor that Beed had been poisoned, carried part of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 7 February 1906

ESTABiISfi23B!!ie? FATAL WRECK. I Passenger and Freight Trains on the Seaboard Collide. THSEE MEN KILLED. ?_ The Engineer and Fiieman of the Freight Train, and a Mail Clerk Buried in the Wreck, Which Was Caused by a Misunderstanding of Orders. Passenger train 66 on the Seaboard, north bound, and a south bound freight, collided near, Biainey? four teen miles north of Columbia on Tues day morning of last week, and as a result three men are dead and two -are seriously injured. According to the statements of those on the pas senger train the wreck was caused by a general misunderstanding of ?orders. The regular passenger train left Co lumbia one hour late. The Florida - Flyer passed the freight at Blaineys and it is believed that Engineer -Smack, In oharge of the Height, thought that there was a clear road ahead. He pulled out of the siding with twenty cars attached, and just ahead the passenger train approached It was too late to stop the freight, 'but Eagineer Robinson, of the pas sen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 7 February 1906

"NUBLACK" SLACK POWDER SHELLS The "Nublack" is a grand good shell; good in construction, good because it is primed with a quick and sure primer, and good because carefully and accurately Soaded with the best .brands of powder and shot. It is a favorite among hunters and other users of black powder shells on account of its uniform shooting, evenness of pattern and strength to withstand reloading. A trial will prove its excellence. ALL DEALERS SELL THEM The Furniture Store. Furniture is up, an advance of ten per cent having gone into ef fect January first. ?.-.?.? Oar prices are not -affected ? 'Maua because we knew the rise was coming end bought heavily to protect our trade. ^ g We can always^, save f you money. Remember kwe-ha?e The Only Furniture Store in Orangeb irg. Imperfect material or workmanship in a vehicle often proves more expensive than one would rt first consider. Tins isespeciallv so with vehi<*lt?s constructed mainly with an object of getting up something cheap Our ...

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. — 7 February 1906

THE DRUG STORE is the one place on earth where it is unsafe to look for "Bargains."' If you are satisfied with getting the worth of your money, the best Medicine it is possible to compound from the highest grade drugs, and the services of an experienced Pharma cist you will send your Doctor's Prescription to % . i J. G. Wannamaker f MTgvCo. WHY NOT TRY Onr Drag Store Goods ' I And Service. 9 Learn what you have been Loosing by Trading Elsewhere.! . Calhorn Doyle & Co. Reliable Prescriptionists. Made a Welt Man ^of Me. THE - GH2E!AT u 9 'vys* SPSUEOCTOBEE HTnVTBEP'y prodaces f.ho above results In 30 days. It acts powerfully ind quietly. Cures when all others foil. Soung men wiU regain their lost manhood, and old men win rocovor their youthful vigor by using JSEVIVO. It quickly and surely restores Nervou* noes. Lost Vitality, Impotence. Nightly Emissions, Lost Power, FaiUng Memory, Wasting JDlscases.and aU effects of Belf-abuse or excess and indiscretion, which miflt?cnofor study,...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 7 February 1906

'93mt8 and gmotrat Published Eve.vy Wednesday at Orangeburg, S. 0. jj?sJL. Sms, Editor and Proprietor. Subscription Bates. One year.aJ.........tt.oo Stic mdhtlis....... .50! Three months*. .86 i Advertising Bates. ! Transient advertisements $1.00 per inch for flint insertion and so cents for ?ach subee $aeot insertion. ?. - Bajdnoso Notices 10 cent* par line for first Insertion and 5 oonia per line' for subeequen insertioiu. Obituaries, Tribufes of Respect, Notice of ThanVi, and all notioes of a personal or politi . ?al nature are chargod for as regular adTortise cxsnts. Special Notices, entitled Wanted, Lost, Pound, For Rent, not exceeding twenty-five words, one time, s5 cents; two times, 50 cents; ' three times, 75 cents and four times, $1.00. Liberal contrasts made with merchants and ct era who wish to run advertisements for three months or longer. For rates on con toot, advertising apply at the office, and they irfll be cheerfully furnished. Remittances should be made by checkss...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 7 February 1906

RAPID GROWTH OF Trtti NAVY. ? .4 . J-. ? American the iVlost Rapidly Augment ed Naval Center.; The American navy has became so great numerically that the old Ameri can way of listing warships, that is,- ac cording to their size, has had 'tc bs abandoned.. The officers of the navy have been compelled to ape the British in style of listing, which disregards size, and write 'down the nn.Tw.~f alphabetical order. | . - vThe outlook; is that the fiscal year 2905-6 will 3ee more ships of great fighting power added to the American list than any like period in. the history iof the world. The tonnage of armored sh Jps of tho first rate has risen from 59,?l'9 to 154. 544. During that period such well known vessels as the battleship Texas, the cruisers Minneapolis and Columbia, once the fastest warships in the world; the Olympia and Chicago, the latter a member of the first white squadron, have dropped down among the second an third raters. The monitor Puritan . has also been dropped down amon...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 7 February 1906

Money In The Bank 3 ECOVIKo TELLER o The farmer's money-bag and bank ao count grow larger in proportion to the fortuity of his farm. To ?upply to your % farm land the elements that have been taken from It by planting and harvesting eeason after season, use bountifully Virginia-Carolina Fertilizers ? (vita a special formula for every crop). They lay.at the roots of thousands upon thous ands of prosperous farms. These fertilizers are made of the flnestammonlstesthat can be obtained, and the highest grade phosphate rook?taken from our rock mines? v/lth the choicest potash salts. There suit of this combination is a land fertile and enriched, which the testimony of thous ands of fanners show has no equal. Use theaeiertilizarsforall your crops?no mat ter what thoymaybe. They will greatly "increase your yields per acre," and make your money-bag fuller. Ask your dealer for them, and if he can't Bupply you, write us direct. Don't pay your good money, nor give your note, for any Inferior sub ...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 7 February 1906

I The Fertilizer REGISTERED AT ^ CTOpS with Less Acreage Fewer acres, lighter labor, larger yields?a happy combination secured with FARMERS' BONE, the fertilizer proved perfect by twenty-one years of great crops from Southern soil. Farmers' Bone is richest in balanced food for every stage of plant growth from planting time till harvesting, and is suited to a great diversity of crops, from cotton to corn, wheat to small truck. Made with Fish Fish scrap is used in every ton of Farmers' Bone, insuring nourishment under all crop conditions and making it famous as a crop saver. Look for the Roy st er trade mark. HERE'S THE SALES RECORD THINK OF THE CROP RECORD 1885-250 TONS 1890-1,500 TONS 1895-12,000 TONS 1900-58,455 TONS 1905-130,091 TONS Norfolk, Va. Columbia, S.C. F. S. ROYSTER GUANO CO. Tarboro, N. C. Macon, Ca. ? * the word Mammoth <?> # <?> I Daotzler s Furniture Store. | 4 # MeaDS a Great Deal When Used in Connection With I have about one solid acre of floor space for...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 7 February 1906

RED LSTTER DAI FOR TBE-Oh-ANGEBUVIG SOUTH ERN CO ETON ASSOCIATION. Speeches Made by Mr. F. H. Hyatt, Dr. W. W. Bay and Kr. Last Saturday was a red letter day in the history of the Orangeburg Southern Cotton Assoelatloa. It was the regular meeting day of the asso ciation, and there were present Mr. F. H. Hyatt, treasurer of the general association, Dr. W. W. Bay, President of the Richland county Cotton Asso ciation, and Mr. Harvie Jordan, the President of the Southern Cotton As sociation in general. Addresses were delivered by each of these gentlemen Notwithstanding the extreme cole weather ther > was a good attendance of representat've farmers and bnsines! men from d ft rent sections of th< oouuty. The oourtnousa was prettv well filled with attentive listeners The meeting was called to order abou' half-past eleven o'olt ok by President J. E. Wanhamaker, of the local as^o oiatlon, wtio made a short, practica Ulk before introducing Mr. F. H Hyatt, of Columbia, who was the firs s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 15 February 1906

ESTABLISHED IN 1* A DIRTY BARGAIN Was Made to Pass The Local Option Bill Says SENATOR TILLMAN, Sie Chaises Corruption ia Dispensary Maaagemeo', and Asserts Tbat a Straightening Oat i? Needed. . Says The Dispensary will be the Issue this Yearv Mr. Zwh McGhee, the Washington ?correspondent of The State says Sen ator Tillman insists that when he ?characterized the method by which the Morgan bill passed the house as a "dirty bargain" he meant just that word and no other ,x though be says he did not mean to reflect in any way upon any of the Charleston delega tion. Says he: "I said there was a trade by which Charleston's nine votes were -cast for the bill in consideration for making that most remarkable excep tion for Charleston., allowing it the privilege denied, all the rest of the .State of having lice ose if It wants it. "Tnere may not have been any ac tual overt trade, tb ere may not have been any formal agreement, but the thing Is so self evident that it isn't worth while for any b...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 15 February 1906

S a renovator of soil and as a food for stock, the cow pea is unsurpassed. ^jTo get the larg est possible yield ofcow peas from any given soil, a plentiful applica tion of PoTAStf is necessary, i ?h*i i .^tkin i n ii i i ii * The best methods leading to certain success are fully explained in the 65-page illustrated book, which we send free to farmers who write for it. It tells of the remarkable results attained -with cow peas nourished upon Potash. Addresa, GEEMAN KAT.T WOEKS. KawTor^??3 Kassau Btroot. or Atlanta, Go.?82? So. Broad Stroaft The Furniture Store. Furniture is up, an advance of ten per cent having gone into ef= feet January first. Our prices are not affected becausa we knew the rise was comiiig and bought heavily to protect our trade. We can always save you money. Remember we have The Only Furniture Store in Orangebnrg. Imperfect material or workmanship in a vehicle often proves more expensive than one would rt first consider. This is especially so with vehicles constru...

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