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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 13 September 1906

Tfll? C&T-rijjiS TICK CAUSES GREAE LOSS TO THE DIESTERN FARMERS. lairy Cattle Bot So B^?ly /fleeted But There is Muchf|T oss There, Some Facts. Government ^experts recently sect out to Investigate the ravages of oat* tie tick report that below the quaran tine there are something over 15,000 000 castle, tbe total farm value of which is given by the last census as nearly 8183,000,000. The dairy cat tle are credited with a value of about ' 858.650.000 and the other cattle with over 8124,000 000. From observation and experience It is estimated that a shrinkage in value of 20 per cent in tattle other than dairy cattle is due directly to the effects of the tick. In round numbers this would moan a loss of 825,030,000.for beef cattle. The dairy cattle being better cared for and to a large extent confined Id lots where the tick do not flourish or even exist, suffer less damage. How ever, considerable damage is experi enced In a great many instar cm, es pecially in the cuuntry, because of...

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. — 13 September 1906

To My Friends and Customers. As I look back over Sentember 1st, 1906,1 think of nineteen years ago when I first launched my little bark upon the great business sea. I often think of those who have helped me to steer my bark successfuly, and I still want your aid As an encentive to show our mutual benefit I have been to the Northern and Eastern markets looking after our interest, and have just returned home after purchasing one of the largest stocks of Dry ?oods, Kotions, Hats, Shoes and Clothing ever shown in the City of Orangeburg. The Shoe Department is composed of Leading Brands. The famous Zeigler Bros' Shoe of Phil adelphia for Ladies, Misses and Babies. While I was North, I had the pleasure of going all over this factory and I don't bsleive there is a shoe made in the United States with as much care as Zeigler Bros' Shoes are. For men and boys the famous W. L. Douglas Shoe of Brocton, Mass with forty years reputation of honest shoe making, have already won their way into the h...

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. — 13 September 1906

Published Every Thursday at Orangeburg, S. 0. JiR. L. iditor and Proprietor. Subscription Rates. One year.??.tl.Oi Six months. .5< Three months.31 Advertising Rates. Transient advertisements $1.00 per inch fo first insertion and 50 cents for each subse qaent insertion. Business Notices 10 cents per line for flrs insartion and 5 oenta per line for subeequei J^sortions. _Obitxaari?f5, Tributes of Respect, Noticeo Tfanta, and all notices of a personal or politi Sal nature are charged for as regular advertise raents. Special Notices, entitled Wanted, Lost Found, For Rent, not exceeding twenty-flvi words, one tiroo, S5 cents; tvo tiroes, 50 cents three times, 75 cents and four times, $1.00. Liberal contracts made with merchants ani ot era who wish to run advertisements fo three months or longer. For rates on cod t"*ct aoWtising apply at the offioe, and the' Will be < be rfulTv furnished. Bamitiouces should be made by checks acowy orders, icgistered letters, or expre ?r?.-s, payable...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 13 September 1906

?^ffrttSKY STORED fr* GERMANY. S - / Distillers Find It Cheaper Than 9if> ing Taxes In This Country. It is not generally known that Louis ville distillers and warehouse men own warehouses in Germany in which con siderably more than a million gallons of Kentucky whisky is stored and will some time be returned to this state, says the Louisville Herald. The reason for storing whisky In Germany is to save moriey, although there may be the contributing reason of securing a sea flavor. The natl'.ina) law formerly provided that whisky must be taken out of bond inside ol three years, and the tax of $1.10 a gal lon must be paid on it when taken out It also provided that if whisky be ex ported such tax would not have to be paid on it at the time of the taking it out, and, further, that it might be re Imported upon payment of $1.10 a gal lon. The duty on imported whisky which is not made in America is $2.25. Many distillers and warehousers found it cheaper to export the whisky and import it...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 13 September 1906

USE PRICKLY ASH BITTERS FOR { INDIGESTION, CONSTIPATION, KIDNEY TROUBLE. IT CLEANSES AND INVIGORATES. Sold by Druggists. Price $1.00 per bottle. ? Painless Core of Curable Pain Never resign yourself to suffer pain. Women's ?pains are curable. They are the sign of dangerous conditions of the female organs, which should be promptly attended to or dangerous results will follow. IT GOMES TO WOMAN'S RELIEF whenever she suffers from any of woman's biting and weakening pains. It not only compels the pains to stop, but It follows up and drives out the cause of the pains, which prevents them from coming back. It makes you welL Try It Sold everywhere in $1.00 tattles. WETTE ?S A LETTER freely and frankly, In strictest confid ence, telling us all your symptoms andi troubles. We will send free advice (In plain sealed envelope), how to cure them. Address: Ladies' Advisory Dept., Thi Chattanooga Medidae Co.,, Chattanooga, Tcnn. "WITHOUT A PAIN," Wittes Mary Shetton, of Poplar Bluff, Mo., " I c?n ...

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. — 13 September 1906

BEST!!! ?Y Buggies and Wagons ALWAYS IN STOCK. 100 Baggies 100 Wigons. Special Prices For Thirty Days. Oscar R. Lowman. i s. J. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Orargebure, F>. 0. Office of Thos. F. Brantley. Barton Bids The soda cracker is an ideal food. Uneeda Biscuit are the ideal soda crackers. Indeed! the Only soda crackers rightly made in the first place, rightly protected first, last and all the time. In a dust tight, moisture proof package. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY ??????????????????mmmmmmmmmms ike s 8 Our buy<rs axe bac k after spending a month North buyiDg the newest and most up to dat jfr 2 Dry Goods, Novelties and Millinery. q ri We have been busy getting our goods placed so as we can show them to the trade to best gjj A G 2 advantage. ^ It will pay you to visit our store as we are showing the newest and latest novelties the ^ market aflords. We have everything in our Art Department Complete. G s Wait for our new ad. We can please you in quality and prices. A visit to our store wi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 13 September 1906

COVAR ACQUITTED KY A JURY OP JJIS Pt EBS. The Jury Wag Out' All Fight Bef ire' irrrivins? at a Verdict in the foae In the Court of Genera1 Sessiors on last Thursday morning? he case of Mr. S. E. Covar, charged with the murder of late Mr. Jas. T;. Parks, was enter ed into. It consumed the entire day and the jury did not bring in its ver dict until it ur o'clock Friday morning, having be?n in the jury room s'nce about six o'clock oi the evening before. It seems that one member of the jury v anted to coovict Mr. (3oyar of man slaughter, and it took several houis i to bring hiui over to a vcrd'ct of ac quittal. Mr. Covar was represented by Messis Wolfe and Berry and Cd. A. H Moss and Solicitor Hi'de brand was assisted in the prosecution by the Hon. T. M Ka^sor. We pre sent below the testimony of several of the mor^ in pDrtant witnesses, includ ing that of Mr. Covar, whottok toe stand in his own behalf. He frankly told all he knew about the difficulty in a coo1, modest manner, and his de...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 11 October 1906

ESTABLISHED IN Ii FEARFUL DEATH _ I Of Many Miners in a Coal Mine Which Is Now FIEECELY BUENIM. Seventy-five Miners Are Entombed by tbe Explosion in tbe Mine Which Was Ceased by Gas. Tbe Wo men and Children (Jorge the Men to Rescue. A dispatch from Bluefield, W. Va., i says there are sixteen known dead and seventy-five men entombed as a recent of an explosion of gas, followed by fire at the West Fork mine of the Poca hontas Collieries company Wednesday night. Thursday rescue parties en deavored to get to the entombed men, fcut tbe heat is so intense no man can get near them, and the whole mine is -filled with gas. Women relatives are crazed by the knowledge that loved ones are either dead or dying, spur on the rescuers and bog to be allowed to go in the mine themselves. Three men were brought from the bottom of the shaft where they were knocked down by the explosion, but they could give no ac count as they were too far from where the explosion ocourred. | A telegram from the scene o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 11 October 1906

Sixty Years Ago Considered Good Only for Coarse Food. FINE PRODUCT OF TODAY In Spanish-American War Com Stalk Piths Wits Considered Best Pack Ing Between Plates of Warvhips Values of Pedigreed Grain?Utilized in Paper Making. Sixty years ago* corn was consid ered suitable only for coarse food, lor the nourishment of animals, and tlie manufacture of whisky. Now, how ever, multitudes of by-products rind their bases in this, our national grain. Thirty years ago there was practically no glucose manufactured in America; but since Indian corn came to the front in this field we are enabled to . export a goodly quantity of this pro duct, while foreign glucose made from rice, wheat, potato; and sago starches cannot compete with that of our own manufacture. But atter a time chemists discov ered that this little germ contained an oil which was worth more than tue other constituents?that in proportion to its weight it was the most valuable portion of tbe grain. It is now sub jected to high press...

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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 1906

m HS To My Friends and Customers. The Fall of 1906 is here and all your wants can be supplied oy a visit to my store, Come one, come all and make your Fall purchases from a stock of the most complete ever shown in our City 1(4 The Shoe Department 5s composed of Leading Brands. rJ he famous Zeigler Bros' Shoe of Phil, adelphia for Ladies, Misses and Babies. While I was North, I had the pleasure of going all over this factory and I don't' beleive there is a shoe made in the United States with as much care as Zeigler Bros' Shoes are. For men and boys the famous W. L. Douglas Shoe of Brocton, Mass with fortv years reputation of hones.t shoe making, have already won their way into the hearts of the men and boys. I make a specialty of shoes and I be jeive that any thing you want in that line can be found at my place. Tbe Dress Goods Department Is composed of all the latest materials. Shadow plaids, Silks, solid colors, chks, varigated and plaids. Our black goods in prices from the ch ap w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 11 October 1906

STtes and ?mmwt Published Every Thursday atT~ Orangeburg, s. C. iif L. Siaie, Iditor and Proprietor Subscription Sates. One year.n.oo Six months. 50 Three months.35 Advertising Rates. Transient advertisements $1.00 per inch for flrst insertion and 50 cents for each mibae - foent insertion. .Business Notices 10 cents per line for flrBt josertion and 5 cents per line for rabsequen - Insertions. Obituaries, Tributes of Respect, Notice of Thankfl, and all notices of a porsonal or politi cal nature are charged for as regular advertise ments.- . Special Notices, entitled Wanted, Lost, Found, For hont, not exceeding twentv-flve words, one timo, 35 cents; two times, 50 cents;' fiiree times, 75 cents and four times, $1.00. ' Liberal contracts made with merchants and ot ere who wish to run advertisements for snree months or longer. For rates on con tract advertising apply at the office, and they Will be (kasrfully furnished. ?finlttanoes should be made by ofceckss nwrw-y orders, registered le...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 11 October 1906

hJJH&L ?OUfUS. ? ! _ ACCORDING XO A RECENT RUL ING MAIL BOXES Must be of Certain Construction and are for Sot More Than Five Families. On account of the increase in the number of rural delivery carriere. around Columbia, especially in the seventh congressional district, Con gressman Lever has obtained from: the postmastar general an important ruling on the letter box question. This ruling is important beoauss recantlr there have been a number of agents through the country representing let ter box concerns and as the boxes sold do not comply with pcstcfil03 regu'a M?ns the h'X93 havo boor condemned. E'cently Mr. L?ver -vrjce tie post master genenl asking for the *ule governing the manufacture o? br ices by the patrons along the roures of de livery and a reply has been received Btatfog that b'xes can be built by the patrons of a route if they comply with the Bpeclficstlcns. I? is also stand that one family and as many as five can u?e each hex provided % -,e name of each is on said...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 11 October 1906

SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF LYDIA E. PINKHAM I \ ' And a True Story of How the Vegetable Compound Had Its Biirth and How the "Panic of '73" Caused it to be Offered for Public Sale in Drug Stores. This remarkable woman, whose laaideu. name was Estes, was born in Lynn, Mass., FebruEjry 9th, 1819, com ing from a good old Quakei family. For sume years she taught school, and became known as a woman of an alert find investigating mind, an earnest seeker after knowledge, and above all, possessed of a wonderfully sympa thetic nature. In 1843 she married Isaac Pinkbam, a builder and real estate operator, and their early married life was marked by prosperity and happiness. They bad four children, three sons and a daughter. In those good old fasbionod days it Was common for mothers to make their own home medicines from roots and herbs, nature's own remedies calling in a physician only in specially urgent cases. By tradition and ex perience many of tbem gained a won derful knowledge of the curative p...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 11 October 1906

There is One Soda Cracker and I Only One. You do not know that Soda Cracker until you know V Uneeda Biscuit , ../. . .. ? /?? > ? V ' To taste Uneeda Biscuit is to fall in iove with them. You never forget that first taste, and you renew it every time you eat Uneeda Biscuit ? 3 In a dust tight, moisture proof package. NATIONAL BISCl'IT COMPANY THE EDISTO SAVINGS BANK, Oranjjeburg, 55$. O. capital.....?. surplus and .undivided profit'* b. h. moss_._. ^ J W oliver.Vic*' p. s. dibble, C*bhicr. j "w.fairey, or ...$100,000 .000 hi awhler \ BOARD OF DIRECTORS. M. O. Dantzleb, B. H. Moss, W.G. Smith, J. M. Oliveb, T. C. Doyle, W. F. Fairijy, W. R. Lowman, Sol Kohn, T. W. Smoak. This Bank has two departments, a Current and a Savings. Interest is allowed in the Savings Department at the rate of one < per cent per quarter, payable on the first days of January, < April, July and October. < Money saved is money made, and the way to save is to de- c posit your money in the'Savings Dep...

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. — 11 October 1906

ADDRESS THE FAK*EKS OP OR ANGESURG COUNTY. These Two Big Cot'on. Assncialion Of ficers /re Greeted by a Big Crowd Toe Orangeburg County Cotton As sooiatl >n held i s regular raeetirg cn last Saturday and was most profitably eoc-eroilned by aiffareat members. The a'-tendance on the County Asso ciation on Saturday was quits large, bnt a still larger crowd was presem on M..v. day to hear addresses by the Hia. Harvey Jordan, of Atlanta, Ga., Pre3'dsnt of the Southern Cotton As sociation, and the Hon. E. D. Smith, of B'? lopTiUe, S. 0 , Ganeral Field Agent of the Association, who had come all the way from Oklahoma, traveling ought and day, tobe her. i Monday. They were very much fatl gu*d r> om tnelrlong journey, but they made splendid speeches and were en ? thnsiabtlcally cheared and heartily en dorsed. Both of these gentlemen have re cently gone over the entire cotton ; belt, and they, are certain that the present cotton crop Is a short one, and that the farmers will roaliza a go...

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. — 27 December 1906

v ESTABLISHED EN" 18 RACE RIOTS. I la Which Five Negroes and One ' White are Killed. TKOOPS ON SCENE JU Usual in Such Affairs the Ne groes Are The Chief Sufferers. Riot Started ^by a -Negro Cutting a Contactor on a Train. A race riOi at Wabcl?h, Miss., re sulted in tbe rleatb of several, persons mos), of tfc*m bbintj n*-rrcas. Two ?aompanl s of etat? militia were sent there, ac? s^ser t,beir arrival n* dis turbance cocure?, aishou?L it is be* lieved thzt tiirwO negroes, inclcdisg ?aorge Simpson, one of the principals in the disturbance aboard tho Mobile and Ohio train last S-nday, bad been lynched jast before the arrival of the troops. The eitfzsns of Wahalat, while not admitting the faot that the men were captured bv a posse, but were ''lost in the swamp" while on their way to town. Two sons of Simpson were shot to death Wednesday afternoon. As near as can be ascertained at that time the casualties resultant from the trouble are as follows: Unknown negro shot by Conductor Cooper on...

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. — 27 December 1906

v ESTABLISHED EN" 1* RACE RIOTS. 3a Which Five Negroes and One White are Killed. TROOPS ON 8CKNE __ Jks Usual 3n Such Affairs the Ne groes Are Toe Chief Sufferers. Riot Started Jby a -Negro Cuttlof a Contactor on s Train. A raoe rioii at Wabc>k, Miss., re sulted In the death of several , persons most of tb?:o Jibing nPtrrces. Two ?onopanl a of suta miltt-m were sent there, aci a.tt-r their arrival n" dis turbance (KKurea, although In is be lieved that ilr-o negroes, including ?sorgo Simpson, one of the principals In the disturbance aboard the MobUo and Ohio train last S.nday, had been lynched j jst before the irrival of the troops. The oitlzsnj of Wahala*, while not admitting the faot that the men were captured bv a posse, but were ''lost In the swamp" while on their way to town. Two sons of Simpson were shot to death Wednesday afternoon. As near as can be ascertained at that time the casualties resultant from the trouble are as follows: Unknown negro shot by Conductor Cooper 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. — 27 December 1906

WHY HE DID IT. T%e President Gives Good and *? _ .. ^ I myi* .1 I ...?r -i i.i-> .-:'ir-- ?'_? ... >';'. Ssffident Reasons far HIS REGENT ORDER iScaarglflj Certain Negro Soldiers fron tte (Toiled Suits Army Without Honor. He Makes No Apol ogy sod Says He Weald De It Again. In response to the senate resolu tion calling for an investigation in the ?'shooting up" of Brownsville by segro soldiers and there subsequent dlsmissall therefor, President Boose velt sentito the aesate * complete re port or the affair. The report is one ?2 the strongest papers ever prepared by the president, and is a conclusive answer to his critics. We make some extracts from the report, which will be read with interes. The president Bays: I am glad to avail myself of the op portunity afforded by there resolutions to lay, before the congress the follow ing facts as to the murderous conduot t>f certain members of the oompai ies in question and as to the conspiracy by which many of the other members of t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 27 December 1906

ere Are Five eatuies About Our Clothes For Men That Will Impress You* First, t!he Style, for its correct * ndivaaJity and snanpy effect Second. tThe Fabrics, for '0ie beauty and superior excellence at the various prices. Third. The Workmanship, for ts uniform excelence- and artistic finish. The fit! of the <r for you will find those of your size fit as if made to pur special measure Fifth. The prices for you xrill find them appre ciably lower than you'd Day I elsewhere for gar ments of equal quality. For verification of these assertions come see our large and varied assorfcumfc ofmo j-to-dateline j ever sown n?ranejrarg. Smart Sack Suits for Meo and Young Men. conservative and ultra-fashienable styles, at $10.00 to $25.00, Stylish Fall Overcoats for Men and Young Men. all the new models at 1.50 to $25.1 ^Correct Clothes for the Younger Generation are shown in our Boy's De partment in such a diversity of smart styles and fabrics that every taste can be grati fied. If you wish to p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 27 December 1906

Jab. L. Sims, Editor and Proprietor. Subscription Bates. ffca year ~._...........00 ?x months..60 Dnree months.35 Advertising Bates. Transient advertisements $1.00 per inch for Brat insertion and 50 cents for each subse ssjsjBt insertion. i Bnsiness Notices 10 cents per line for first . Issarticm and 5 cents per line for sabseqnen flnertions. Obltaariee, Tribntea of ?espect, Notice of romrtrs, and all notices of a personal or politi cal nature are charged for aa regular adrertifle - Bpeclal Notices, entitled Wanted, Lost, ffar?d, For Bent, not exceeding twenty-five words, one time, 35 cents; two times, 50 cents; fine* times, 75 cent* and four times, $1.00. Liberal contracts made with merchants and eft ers who wish to run advertisements for months or longer. For rates on con tract advertising apply at the office, and the* Wffl be chserf nlly furnished. - Baofttanoes should be made by cheeksa , > sooney orders, registered letters, ox expres ?rders, payable to / Tex Times and Democr...

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