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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 2 January 1908

A $3?5 fiies Bros. Pino to be GIVEN AWAY A voting contest for this great prize will commence at my store, April 6th and end Dec. alst. NOTE THE FOLIXRVTNG RULES: FIRST?Each purcha* of One dollar w?J entitle yon to ONE vote greatest amount of votes by Dec. 31st, 1007 prize. SECOND?-Votes will fbe given only when requested and at time ol partfrase. be given for charge purchases or when ac good for.cash purchases only, not be transferable when once given; they Jn? else. the contest will be condensed to the twenty* Are holding the largest ahount of votes, and Che race will remain with these only cin?l the Abs count. Ton will notice that feds is no and the person getting the will be awarded this grand THIRD?No votes wit counts are paid. Votes a* FOURTH?Votes wfl] not be transferred to any FIFTH?On Dec. ia\ scheme whatever to get yur money for nothing, neither is it for me to get something for nothin For ev ery dollar spent with me will guar antee satisfaction and de j competi tion, and d...

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. — 2 January 1908

THE SOURCE OF ALL DISEASE Bvtay part of the body is dependent on the blood for nourishment sad Kgth. Wien this life stream is flowing- through the system In a state oi ity and richness we ore assured of perfect and uninterrupted health; Base pure blood is nature's safe-gaara against disease. When, however, the body is fed on weak, impure or polluted blood, the system Is deprived of its strength, disease germs coliect, and the trouble is manifested in various i ways. Pustular emotions, pimples, rashes and the different skin affections Show that the blood is in a feverish and diseased condition a3 a result of too much acid or the presence of some irritating humor. Sores and Ulcers are the result of morbid, unhealthy matter in the blood, and Rheumatism. Ca tarrh, Scrofula, Contagious Blood Poison, etc, are all deep-seated blood disorders that will continue to grow worse as loag as the poison remains. These impuri ties and poisons find their way into the blood in various ways. Often a s...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 2 January 1908

our furs., "s=a:=5=^^x-^r^^ Co?n\Sr n?f by , T^ls tinje of tlpe ye^r is eert&lply I&te to buy your furs, dopt you tlplpk? ?ur furs &re selltyg out reaJ r&pldiy, be CMise t^e styles tl?ls ye&r &re so cditeljy. /iktureputs fur clocks opkfliig&Js, ipste&d of clotl? clocks, because furs keep tJ?en} w&rn) er. Furs will keep you voriger. But ve dopt warn) you 09 tl?e price. Conje, judge for yourselves. \ Prices fron} $1.50 up to $S0,0 0 peck piece fcpd njuffs to njkte^, Our store is tl?e fur quarters for tr;is city. Furs ti)\ke good Ci^rlstr^s presets. Cordially, 1 Orangebnrg Dry Goods Co., FURMAN F. MALPASS, MANAGER. We are the principal headquarters for stuff to keep cool these hot days. Refrigeraters, Ice cream churns, Ice shavers, Ice pick, etc. Drink purelw?ter by using our combined cooler and fil ter. Hammocks and Lawn Swings. Don't let your wile suffer with kitchen heat when you can get one of ourlB. & B. wickless Blue I Flame toves cheap. Ou...

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. — 2 January 1908

Sfo . ?rnts and gtmtm Published Every Thursday At Orangebubg, S. C._ Jas. L. Sims, Editor and Proprietor. James Izlar Sims. Associate Editor. Subscription Bates. One year.$1.00 Six months...50 Three months.35 Advertising Bates. Transient advertisements $1.(0 per inch for fiist insertion and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion Business Notices 10 cents per line for first Insertion and 5 cents per line for subsequent insertions Obituaries, Tributes of Respect, Notic? of Thanks, and all notioes of a personal or politi calnature axe charged for as regularadvertioe Soents. Special Notices, entitled Wanted, Lost, Found, Far Rent, not exceeding twenty-five words, one time, 35 cents; two rimes 50 cents; three times, 75 cents and four times $1.00. Liberal contract made with merchants and otherj who wish to rrn advertisements for ' three months or longer. For rates on contract advertising apply at the office, and they will be carefully farnished. Remittances should be made by checks money ...

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. — 2 January 1908

Circuit Court Sale. State of South Carolina, County ol Orangeburg. In Common Pleas. Thomas P. Baltzegar, et al.. Plain tiffs, against Leiia Hayden, et al., Defendants. By rlrtue of the judgment in the ?bore stated case, I will sell at pub lic auction, at Orangeburg Court House, during the legal honrs for sales, ou the fl-st Monday in Jan uary, ID08, being the sixtr day of said month, the following described real-estate: ALL .THAT TRACT OR PLANTA TION" OP LANO situate, lying and being in Zion Township, in the Coun ty of Orangeburg, State aforesaid, containing ninety-eight (98) acres,1 more or less, and bounded os follows On the North by lands now or form-1 erly of Samuel Dibble; on the East by lands of Liza Franklin and Jim I Adams; on the South by lands of A. D. Dantzler, formerly owned by E. | A; Mount, and on the West by lands i of Mrs. Ella Radcliffe, formely lands of Mounts; being the same tract of land allotted to Mrs. A. A. Baltze gar in the division of the estate lands of her...

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. — 2 January 1908

GRAND BARGAIN in every Department Each day will see big sur prises in the way of Mill End Bargains. Come the first day and come each day afterwards. We will save you many a big round dolhr. Manufacturers Clearance of Oddments, Endments and Surpluses At Amazing: 71-2 Cents a Yard. 3000 yards beautiful Gingham Drees Madrigaa, a meet superior cloth, aU pietty new 1908 designs, absolutely fast colors. Ton would think cheap st 10 cents. A big Syn dicate Special. 7 1-2 cents. 10 Cents a Yard. Boal Butiher Linene. a good strong round thread weave, making a fabric, that looks and wears like pure linen. Goods 30 inches wide. Grand for every use. One of the big specials. 10 cents. 10 a Pair. 1800 peers Ladies' best Lisle Hose, aU 25c values; some have slight im perfe tions, but in perfect condition. A great chance to ?et the popular Lisle Hose at less than half price. 10 cents. SACRIFICES. NOW FOR THE MILL END SALE?the greatest sale of them all?the most popular, biggest and best economizing e...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 2 January 1908

Tux Notice. <3HB*e of County Treasurer, ?range* burg County. Tax Duplicates will be open at the <Conr.t House for the Collection of tTaxes from the 15th day of October t? tiU' 31 day of December, 1982. H3? following levies have been made for the year 1907. State Tax.4% mills. County Tax .. .. ?.2 ?oadTax.1 Constitutional Set ool.. . .3 School district No. 4.. .S. L. 3 mills. -School district No. 5.. .S. L. 4 " -School district No. 7.. .S. L. 4 " ?School district No. 8... S. L. 3 " School district No. 8.. .B. D. 2 " School district No. 10.. .S. L. 2 " -School district No. 11.. .S. L. 2 " School district No. 12.. .S. L. 2 " School district No. 13.. .S. L. 2 " School district No. 18.. .S. L. 3 " School district No. 18.. .B.D. 2 School district No. 20.. .S. L. 4 " School district No. 21.. .S. L. 2 " ' School district No. 22.. .S. L. 2 " School district No. 26.. .S. L. 3 " School district No. 26.. .B. D. 2 " School district No. 27.. ,S. L. 1 " School district No. 28.. .S. L. 3 " * ...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 2 January 1908

FINDE t)F HOUSEKEEPERS. ????.. How to Car* For the Linen Press and ?ts Contents. No good housekeeper neglects the linen press, and the care of It is one of ? the most important of housewifely duties. The beat form of linen press 5s a narrow a?e from front to back, so . that when opened, all the contents are Exposed to view, with no second row < if things hidden away 'behind.! It is a eerious mistake to keep linen con stantly in a hot air cupboard, for. though it is thus always aired and ready for use. yet it will become dis colored and the edges turn brown If sokept ' Many people nowadays discard linen Sheets altogether, preferring cotton 'ones, while others keep them only for &e summer months, using cotton in f winter, as being warmer. In mending household linen the most Satisfactory way to do is to mend it /before it is sent to the laundry, not when it returns starched and ready for use once more, says the Philadel phia Press. If a thin piece or hole is observed while the a...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 2 January 1908

ASSESSMENT NOTCE. 1908. Nwtice is hereby given that I, or my **?*uty, will be at the following nara ?ei places on the days specified for the purpose of taking returns of property for. taxation la Orangeburg -Ceuaty for the fiscal year 1908. All-taxpayers must- give E the num ber of School District In which prop erty- iB located. Especial care should be taken in locating property in or near special school districts. School trustees, in the different townships are requested to meet the Auditor at these appointments and assist in the Broper location of special school and poll taxes. All personal property owned on the Srsfc day of January, 1908, must be -returned and all transfers of real es tate noted. Bowman. Wednesday. Jan. 8. Branchville, Thursday, Jan. 9. Rowesville, Friday, Jan. 10. Canaan Church, Saturday, Jan. 11. Feldervllle, Monday, Jan. 13. Dantzler P. O., Tuesday, Jan. 14. Vances, Wednesday, Jan. 15. Parlers, Thursday, Jan. 16. Elloree, Friday, Jan. 17. <Jameron, Saturday...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 2 January 1908

A GREAT SPEECH Senator Tillman Opens the Eyes of Many People. He Discusses the Race Question in a Odia, Dispassionate Manner to a Large A alliance. %n accordance with previous an nouncement Senator B. R. Tillman delivered an address on Wednesdc to a large audience of ladies gentlemen on the race problj The audience was composed larf of city people, the bad roads doubt preventing many people the country coming in to distinguished speaker, as they have liked to do. The court where the meeting was hel( comfortably filled, one-thir< the audience being ladies. Senator Tillman arrived city on the Atlantic Coast Lit! oh Tuesday afternoon at and was met by Capt. Claffy, Dukes, Clerk of Court Sallf I. W. Bowman and Mr. J. dale, of the committee appoij the ladies to receive and the senator while here Mr Sims, of the committee, was to meet the senator on accoi sickness in his family. The" mittee escorted the senator ti beautiful country home of Mrs. Stokes, a few miles from the city, where ...

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. — 7 January 1908

ESTABLISHED TS 18 NULL ?ND VOID. 'Calhoun County Election So De clared by Election Commission. GO TO STATE BOARD. The Board of Election Commission ers ol Orangeburg County Unani monsly Declare Recent Election to Establish Calhoun County Null and Void, Because Many Qualified Electors Were Not Allowed to Vote The Board of Election Commis sioners for County and State elec tions of Orangeburg County de-j dared tbe late election to establish Calhoun County null and void on j last Thursday. The board, which is composed oi Messrs. John S. Bowman, W. Brooks Fogle and T. J. Hart, all good and true men, was unanimous in their decision. The hearing of the case consumed all of Tuesday and Wednesday, and much testimony was taken. The eomraissioners took the case Wed nesday night about 8 o'clock, after all the witnesses had been examined and carefully went over the testi mony and the many legal points in ?olved before arriving at their de cision, which was announced at two o'clock Thursday. The m...

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. — 7 January 1908

THE TESTIMONY. ' (Continued From Page One.) Q. How long has he been there? &. He has been there several years I think. Q. L. W. Cox lived there? A Yes air. q. How long has he been there? . A. He has been there some time. I don;t know how long. Q. J. M. Chartrand lived there? a. Yes sir. Q. How about Joe Murray? A. .Yes sir \ know him too. Q. What are his initials? A. I don't know, he works at the bank. Q. Do you know a man by the name of J. McMurray? A. Yes sir. Q. He is not the same man as Joe Murray? A. No sir. Q. How about J. S. Murray? A. I don't know him sir. Q. Do you know O. C. Robertson? A. Yes sir. Q. He came from over in Caw Caw, did he not? A. Yes sir. Q. How long has he been in St. Matthews? A. He has been there several months, it was sometime in the spring or summer that he came there. Q. Do you know J. H. Thacker? A. Yes sir. Q. How Jong has he been there? A. He is the Methodist minister, he came there in January, he is just commencing his second year, you know the...

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 January 1908

THE TESTTMOJOr. (Continued From Page Two.) ?were present when he voted? A. Tea sir. Recross Examination by Mr. Welch. Q. You would take Mr. Fair's word ?vei* the phone? \. Yes sir. Voted at Wrong Frecient. J. K. Hane, Jr., being duly sworn testifies as follows: Q. Yon were one of the managers at Fort Motte at tbe recent election A. Yes sir. Q. You voted at Fort Motte? A. Yes sir. Q. Mr. A. C. Arant voted there did he not? A. Yes sir. Q. How about Mr. D. A, Ayers? A. Yes sir. Q And Mr. T. W. Wise? A. Yes sir. Q. How about C. H. Geddings? A. Yes sir. Q. Tell us about the tickets fur nished you to conduct, that election with what ballots were sent you. Fort Motte box introduced. Opened and ticket taken out. Q. Was that, the kind of a ticket furnished you? A. Yes sir that looks like one of them, I would not swear that it was worded that way. Q. It looks like one of the ballots furnished you? A. Yes sir. Q. Is that the kind of ticket that you voted? A. I voted a ticket like that. Ticket ...

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. — 7 January 1908

GENERAL SESSIONS. court Will Convene Here on Next Monday Morning. \ - ^Juries Have Been Drawn for Two Weeks, but Court Will Hardly Last That Long. The Court of General sessions for Orangeburg County will convene on Monday morning with Judge Memi ger presidiug. The docket is quite heavy, there being several murder cases. We publish the names of the gentlemen drawn to serve as grand jurymen for the year and the petit juiyraen. for the first and second weeks* vpPhey were drawn last last Thursday. GRAND JURY. T. G. Kemmerlin, Union. W. P. Davis, Liberty. N. J. Thomas, Union. C. B. Haigler, Providence. Hugh Dantzler. Providence. N. ?. FoureA. Amelia. D. E. Bean, Otgdland. P. S. Wingai?!?;tizabeth. T.' E. Early, Or?Sjge. F. L. Witt, Elizabeth. D. J. Felder, Branchville. B. R. Williams, Goodland. FIRST WEEK JURORS. E. A. Jones, Providence. A. B. Henckle, Middle. W. C. Hane, Amelia. F. fl. May, Union. C. H. Williamson, New Hope. 11. W. Boopkhart, Poplar. J. B. Henderson, Branchville. S. H. ...

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. — 10 January 1908

ESTABLISHED EST \ BRYAN POPUL?R As a Lecturer and Makes Fifty Thousand a Year. CROWDS HEAR HIM. X? Won't Speak on Sundays or for the Benefit of Idividuals, and Is Most Liberal in Hi Treatment of Local Managements. He Always Makes His Own Terms With Lec ture Bureaus. W. E. Curtis writes in The Chica go Record-Herald: According to the report of his agents, William Jen sings Bryan is making about $50,000 a year from his lectures. Charles L. Wagner, secretary of the Slayton Lyceum Bureau, which manages his lecture tours, tells me that he has filled 175 dates during the year 1907 and that his receipts for the season i have averaged more than $300 for ?ach appearance. Mr. Bryan stands at the head of the list of platform speakers today for the size of his audience, for the receipts at the box office and for the demands for his appearance. Mr. Bryan's regular charge at Chautauquas," said Mr. Wagner,1 "is the first $250 taken at the gate and half of all the receipts over $500, not including ...

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. — 10 January 1908

taught on Rock Under Pawtuxet Falls, Alfred Jackson Dies in Sight of Two Hundred Persons, and Freezing Spray Makes Him His Own Monument. After saving his brother from drown ing Alfred Jackson, twenty-two years ?old, of Providence, was frozen to death on a rock under the falls of the Paw tuxet river in the sight of 200 persons Bear Pawtuxet. R. L A rope was rthrown to Jackson, but his feet were Incased in ice. He made a vain at tempt to loop the rope around his waist and, failing in this, literally died on |hls feet. His body was quickly sheeted iwlth ice, the spray freezing almost as .rapidly as it fell, and within three hours he was entombed in a cone of ice which rose about eight feet from Uie rock. The slow death of Jackson was at tended by pathetic scenes on both sides |f the river. There were about fifty Jvomen among the witnesses of the tragedy, and all gave way to hysteria. Tan of the women fainted, and two men were restrained with difficulty from plunging into the river in a...

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. — 10 January 1908

?a^rVoa will Stolle ir^ou we^f bur' fvv6? ^m^=:s=s^ CopWaW )V>i by ? _ _. TI7I5 tlnje of ttye ye&r *5 certfclply kte to buy your furs, dop't you tlp^k? Our furs ure selltyg out reaJ r&pidiy, be cause tfye styles tl?ls ye&r are so cfctc^y.n|f /l&tureputs fur clocks 09&9ln)&Is, ipsteaid ?f clotlp clocks, because furs keep tl?en) w&.rn) cr. Furs vlil keep you warmer. But ve do9't w&rn) you 09 tJ?e price. Corje, judge for yourselves. Prices fron? $1,50 up to $2>0,0 0 9eck piece &9d njuffs to FQ?itcr), Our store Is tl?e fur quarters for tl?ls city. Furs n)?.ke good CI?rlstn)ais prese9ts. Cordially, FURMAN F. MALPASS, MANAGEF. SAY STOP IN We are the principal headquarters for stuff to keep cool these hot days. Kefrigeraters, Ice cream churns, Ice shavers, Ice pick, etc. Drink pure! water by using our combined cooler and fil ter. Hammocks and Lawn Swiugs. Don't let your wile suffer with kitchen heat when you can get one of ourlB. & B. wickless ...

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. — 10 January 1908

Mte ?tm*8 and Demaerai . PUBLISHED TWICE-A-WEEK Tuesday and Friday. Jas, L. Sims, Editor and Proprietor, ifas. Izlar Sims, - Associate Editor. Subscription Kates. lOne Tear.$1.50 Six Months.. .. ... .75 Three Months.?40 Advertising Bates. Transient advertisements $1.00 per inch for Ertt insertion and 50 cents for each subsequent Insertion Business Notices 10 cents per lino for first fanertion and 5 cents per line for subsequent Insertions Obituaries, Tributes of Respect, Notic^ of ^ftifMfrg, and all notices of a personal or politi ?al nature are charged for as regular advert?se Syecial Notices, entitled Wanted, Lost, found, Far Rent, not exceeding twenty-five ?words, one 'ime, 85 cents; two times 50 cents; three timea, 75 cents and four times $1.00. Liberal contract made with merchants and ethers who wish to rcn ndvertii ements for dree months or longer. For rates on c ntract advertichig spply at the office, and they will ?? carefully famished. Remittances should be made by checks m...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 10 January 1908

The crap Book Evading the Iscue. A a old woman who entered a coun tr; wings h:i;,2-: was ar-!:ed ?.vlietaer the warned to draw ur deposit ? "JCaytliey Oi wants to put some mou ey in." The clerk entered the amount and pushed the slip toward her to sign "Sign on this line, please," he said. "Above or below it?* "Just above iL" "Me whole name?" , "Yes" .y "Before 01 was married?*' t i "No; just as it is now. "Oi can't wroite." GOLD. Gold, gold, gold, gold! Bright and yellow, hard and cold. Molten, gTaven, hammered and rolled, Heavy to get and licht to hold. Hoarded, bartered, bought und sold, Sielen, borrowed, squandered, doled. Spumed by the young, but hugged by the old To the very edge of the churchyard muld! Price of many a crime untold, Gold. sold. koU* gold! Good or bad a thousandfold 1 How widely it3 uses vary To save, to ruin, to curse, to bless, As even its minted coins express. How stamped with the image of good Queen Bess And now of a bloody Mary! -Hood Sweet Revenge. A littl...

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. — 10 January 1908

THE SOURCE OF ALL DISEASE Every part of the body Is depeadert on the blood for nourishment and ^teragth. Wien this life stream is flowing through the system in a state of " ;y and richness we arc assured of perfect and uninterrupted health, -ose pure blood it nature's esio-grutra against .disease. When, however, body is fed on weak, impure or polluted blood, the system Is deprived oi strength, disease germs collect, and the trouble is manifested in various ."Ways. Pustular eruptions, pimples, rashes and the different skin affections [$how that the blood is in a feverish and diseased condition as a result oi too Such, acid or tie presence of some irritating humor. Sores and Ulcers are ie result of morbid, unhealthy matter in the blood, and Rheumatism- Ca tarrh, Scrofula, Contagious Blood Poison, etc, are all deep-seated"blood disorders that will continue to grow worse as long as the poison remains. These impurities and poisons find their way into the blood in various ways. Often a sl...

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