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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 28 February 1908

Thrilling Rescue by White Star Liner Cymric of Crew of Burning Freight Steamer St. Cuthbert Off the Coast of Nova Scotia. Safe In port at Boston after a terri ble disaster on the Atlantic. In which ?fourteen of their comrades lost their lives, the. thirty-seven burned and bandaged survivors of the freight steamer St- Cuthbert told thrilling stories of their peril and of their rescue by the lifeboat crew of the White Star liner Cymric. The St Cuthbert was bound from Antwerp to Philadelphia with a cargo which included 400 cases of matches, a big shipment of oil and GOO barrels of naphthollne and explosives. She was off Cape Sable fighting a wicked north west gale, when fire broke out in No. 2 hold. The cry of fire ringing along the decks brought Captain Lewis in his nightshirt and trousers out upon the bridge.' Seeing blue flame flaring from a ventilator, he started below to find out the location of the fire when an ex plosion occurred which shook the ship from stem to stern. A ball o...

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. — 28 February 1908

Passenger Train Loses Its Way. Gets on to Wrong Track Through Switchman's Error and Is Chasod by an Express. A passenger train on the Northern of Prance line literally lost its way the other night and had a narrow escape from being telescoped by an express Which was behind It. The train left for Amiens at 6 p. m. All went well until after leaving Cvell. where the line to Brussels and Ger many and Holland branches off. Ow ing to a mistake of the signalman, which yet remains unexplained, the Amiens train was switched on to the Brussels line, and in the dark the en gine driver did not d'scovei the mis take until the train bad proceeded a mile or two on the lino to Brussels. Then, remembering that the Brussels express was only a few minutes be hind him, the driver decided to put on full speed and go right ahead, ft was an exciting experience for everybody. The passengers, finding th?t the train was traveling at full speed and run ning through the stations, became alarmed and pulled the ...

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. — 28 February 1908

$fcf * nies and ftannrw PUBLISHED TWICE-A-WEEK Tuesday and Friday. ToL to.. . .So. i:?. "Entered as second-class, matter Jan. 1, 1908, at the postoffice at Or angeburg, S. C, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. ?las. L. Sims, Editor and Proprietor. Jas. Izlar Sims, ? Associate Editor. Subscription Rates. t)ne Year.$1.50 Six Months.75 Three Months.40 Advertising Rates. Transient advertisements $1X0 per inch for ftre' insertion and 50 ctnts for each subsequent inserti n Business Notices 10 cents per line for first Insertion and 5 cents per line for subsequent Insertions Obituaries, Tributes of Respect, No tie- of Thanks, and all notices of a persona! < r politi cal nature are charged for as regular adverti -e Special Notices, entitled Warted. L^Bt, found, Far Rent, not exceeding twenty-five words, one 'ime, 35 cents; two times 50 cents; three times, 75 cents and four times S1.00. Liberal contract made with merchants and others who wish to nn odverti ement*- for three month?...

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. — 28 February 1908

ART OF CONVERSATION. How to Talk In an Entertaining and Correct IV. anner. It is strange thai we are uot all more proficient In the art of conversa tion v'h'ti. if we stujj ;o think i; over, we realize that it plays so im4?<?r;aui a part lu one's social life. 'Ihe tirst point to remember Is to try to moder ate the voice. A u?turally high pitch ed harsh voice can easily l>e trained so that eventually it will l>e soft aud musical. Every one appreciates the sweet toned voices ot the Englishwom en, and there is no reason why the voices of the American women should not be the same if proper attention is paid to their training, says Elizabeth BIddle in the Philadelphia Press. We should also try to speak correct ly, avoid all slang .^nd provincialism and enunciate all the words us clearly as possible. If one wishes to be really entertaining in conversation she must not only have culture auJ a ready wit. but she must have sympathy, simplic ity and sincerity and above all. a real in...

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. — 28 February 1908

Truth is stranger than fiction!!! We have about 40 good ~ second hand Pianos and Organs, that we are going to sell at about one third of their real value, Come quick and get a bargain, The Marchant Music Go, No. 53 East Russell Street, Orangeburg, S. C. The Times and Democrat IS NOW PUBLISHED Twice-a-Week AT $1.50 Per Annum. Plain Talks on Fertilizers A Talk to Fruit-Growers You use a fertilizer of course, but do you use enough ? The yield per acre, and the profit therefrom increases in far greater proportion than the cost of additional fertilizer. What is an increase in cost of $2.00 to $10.00 per acre for fertilizer when the returns therefrom show an increase of $50.00 to $250.00 per acre? The big Magnolia Fruit Farms at Durant, Miss., tested the well-known Virginia-Car olina Fertilizer in di f f ercnt quantities o n their straw berry crop. Result: when 1,000 lbs. per acre were used the profit was $/j.00 more per acre than when 500 lbs. per acre were used. This is modern intensive...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 28 February 1908

i * ^ THE PEOPLE'S BANK J ORANGE 5 URG. S. O. V ^ **A Bank For All The People." js -ft CAPITAL STOCK.930,000.0? A W SURPLUS. 20,000.0? i > STOCKHOLDERS LIABI- . 0 ^ LITY...80,000.00 Q iQi PROTECTION TO DE- . ? # ^ POSITOKS.. ..$80,000.00 ^ D. O. Herbert.President MQl B. P. Ibmckenf uss.... VIce-President q, H. C. Wannamaker.Cashier CO W.M.Richardson.. . .Asst. Cashier zp # DIRECTORS. zc? tt I * ?W. C. Crum A. M. Salley Abial Lathrop W. L. Glaze G. L. Salley Robt. E. Copes D. O. Herbert B. F. Muckenfuss H. C. Wannamaker. <Q) Interest paid in Savings Department. ceg Good Business! Of course we are do= ing GOOD BUSINESS because when you see this label THEODORE KOHN Orangeburg, C It means Perfect Satisfaction and Extraordinary Bargains always on our counter. It pays to trade at this store. THEODORE KOHN Established Over 40 Years. SAY STOP IN We are the principal headquarters for stuffto keep cool these hot days. Refrigeraters, Ice cream churns, Ice shavers, Ice pick, etc. Drink pu...

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. — 28 February 1908

tiptcfThemfe Said in Oranga burg Each Year. "'^jbshua Hardstrong" Enumerates ? Kumber of Them That Has Been Worked Off on Us. Once the *-eal article was disposed ttt here; another year the "Farmers Accountant Rights" found ready sale for good farmer's notes. Wext we had that beautiful green painted well bucket arrangement, Worth five dollars, but which readily sold for twenty-five dollars. The salesman told a gentleman in Or angeburg that he did not see why the factory making this affair did not paint it red instead of green, as a farmer would'pay five dollars more for a red than a green one. By this time along came a fellow selling "Economy Kitchen Grocer Rights." These sold well among our farmer friends; but when the notes fell due a mighty howl was raised. The salesman had fled with the cash and the farmers were holding the bag. After this everybody determined that they would buy nothing more unless something extra good should ^ome along; and this was not long coming. Early in 19...

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. — 3 March 1908

A. S Mire Jr ESTABLISHED Etf IS TAKES A HAND. ... United States Court Assumes Jur isdiction in Dispensary Matter. STATE WILL APPEAL. Lyon Suggests That the Judge Wait Until Question of Jurisdiction Is Settled Finally?He Says He Has No Intention of Provoking Conflict. ?Pritchard Declares He Has No Doubt of His Accuracy. It looks like the .United States Court will at last take a hand in winding . up the affairs of the old State dispensary. At Asheville, N. C, on Saturday the matter was again brought up in that court on a recent order of Judge Pritchard's, signed on motion of the Wilson Distilling Com pany commission of South Carolina to appear and show cause why a re ceiver should not be appointed to take charge of the $S00,000 funds now in the hands of the commission for the payment of the just liabilities of the old dispensary. Prior to the hearing of the Wilson case Judge Pritchard informally re ferred to the recent hearing in the matter of the Fleishmann Company against the dispen...

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. — 3 March 1908

PUBLISHED rSVIOE-A-WEEK Tuesday and Friday. V?L40...No.'18? ^"Entered as second-class matter Jan. 1, 1908, at. the posto^ce at Or ?ngeburg, S. C. "under the ?ci of ?on^resa" dI Marchs; 1879; Jas. IZ Sims, Editor and Proprietor. Jas. Lslar Sims, - Associate Editor. Subscription Rates. Dae rear.j.$1.50 Six Months.[., .. .. .75 Three Months.40 _ Advertising Rates. Transient advertisements 81.00 par inch for first insertion and 50 cents for each subsequent Insertion Business Notices 10 cents per line for 5rst Insertion sad 5 cents per line for subsequent insertions Obituaries, Tributes of Respect, Notice of Thanks, and all notices of s personal or politi oal nature are charged for as regular advertise Sflentu Special Notices, entitled Wasted, Lost, jJound, Far' Bent, not exceeding twenty-five words, one time, S5 cents; two times 50 cents: three times, 75 cents and four times 81.00. Liberal contract made with merchants and others wbo wish to rcn advertisements for three montbo or longer....

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. — 3 March 1908

Poeif? Justice h tmtucky. 'Jedge Jtm^Hirgi^ the "King cf Brenthig, %unty," Whose Scepter Was a Shotgun, Is Slain by His Own Son In His Store at Jackson. One Bight not long ago a rider made hia way . up Hell For Snrtin-creek through the darkness. His mule stum bled over the bowlders. Now and then he.drew-up at a safe distance from some mountain shack huddled in tKe shadows of the pines.. As be called the door opened silently. No light was shown, but the man of the cabin step ped silently oat. his Winchester over his arm. ready for what might come; "J?dge Jim Hargis was kilt today by his son Beacher." was the low voiced word of the messenger. The man of the cabin turned silently to take the good news to his wife. The Paul Revere of the mountains clucked to his mule and rode on, carrying the news that peace had come to a trou bled country. When the drunk crazed son of Jim : Hsrgis shot his father dead in his store at Jackson, Ky., there fell a ruler whose sway over his little kingdom w...

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. — 3 March 1908

4 MANY WANT THEM. Calhoaa Caitnty Offices Are Be ing Enthusiastically Sought But a Large Majority of the Candi dates Will Be Disappointed, As There Are Not OlhVcs to Go Around. . Gov. Ansel has ordered a special election to be held on the second Tuesday in April for county officers for Calhoun county, consisting of clerk of court, sheriff, county super intendent of education, judge of pro bate, county supervisor and coroner. These position will be filled until the November elections according to the act passed by tne general assembly. For State Senate. Walter L. Buyck, Esq., St. Mat thews. Dr. Sam. J. Summers, Cameron. For Sheriff. Mr. Olin M. Dantzler, St. Matthews. Mr. William Braddy Hildebrand. Sunny Plain. For Supervisor. Mr. H. J. Crider, St. Matthews. ! Mr. T. Fred Wise, Fort Motte. Mr. John D. Golson, St. Matthews. Mr. Robt. H. Murph, Jamison. For County Treasurer. Mr. H. H. Cauthen, Fort Motte. Mr. P. L. Crider, St. Matthews. Mr. S. E. Owen, St. Matthews. For Clerk of Court....

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 March 1908

l\ S Sa! ley Jr 10 Stete Hoiue ESTABLISHED EN" 18 DIE IN FIRE. One Hundred and Seventy-five Little School Children MEET AWFUL DEATH. The Terrible HoIIocaus; in School House at CoIIimvood, Ohio.?The Furnace Was Overheated aud the Fearful Disaster Followed.?Chil dren in Rooms on Second Floor and in Attic Perished in Flames. An awful tragedy occurred Wed nesday morning in the public school of Collinwood, Ohio, which has some eight thousand population. One hun dred and sixty-five corpses were tak en out of the ruins up to ten o'clock Wednesday night. Six children art still unaccounted for and all the hos pitals and houses for two miles around contained numbers of chil dren, some fatally and many less seriously injured. All of the victime were between six and fifteen years of age. The school contained between 310 and 325 pupils, and of tais entire number only eighty are known to have ,left the building unhurt. It will be sev-r eral days before tie exact number of killed is known, as the ...

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 March 1908

66 m 66 'Deputy Chief Kruger of the New York City Fire Department Dies as He Lived, Leading His "Boys" In the Peril 1 . ous Path of Duty. ! Charles W. Kruger. deputy chief of the New York city fire department. i"\vas drowned ou Feb. 14 in a subcellar ifnto which Le had fallen through an 'open trap while leading a coiupany of hi* men to a poiut of vantage for tight ji::g a bad fire. i Xo surer death hole could have been (contrived tnan the pit in which the Iheroic old lire leader lost his life in jspite of the struggles of his men to isave him. There was six feet of wa- J jter in the subcellar, and above that jwas the main cellar filled with deadly 'fumes from many broken and melted jgas pipes. Xo doubt the deputy chief ?had been weakened by these fumes, .for his struggle in the water was short. I The last cry that came up from the ipitch dark hcrfe was "Save me. Andy!" ' Andy was Andrew Hergeurother. the (deputy's driver, who not only took his ichief to every blaze for many years, i...

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 March 1908

The White Goods and Embroidery Sale at MOSELEY'S is now on and will continue until SATURDAY, MARCH 7th. wf Offer to Our Customers Uu' ' hoLsest of the Spring Goods. All New. No Old Stock to Push. We mention here just a few Items. Do Not Stay Away. Com??? There is plenty of time W aad lots of Goods. So Don't r ullow the chance that I am of* iW.ng to slip from your grasn 20,000 yards of Embroideries ir? '""Overs, flouncings, Match sets in *T unbric, swiss and lawn, at about 50 per cent, of their real market value. AH the newest and choicest styles for 1908, the lowest and best line ever shown in Orangeburg. flood Quality of Sea Island, 36 in wide. This sals.5c yd. 1,500 yards of Best Apron Ging hams in Remnants at.5c yd. 40 in White Lawn, full pieces, worth 12 1*2 cents, on this Sale.. :.8 l-3c yd. Bed Spreads have been very much reduced in price and ? sires are larger than usual. White Linens have been marked down.10 per cent. Brown Linens Reduced for this Sale. Torshon and Val Laces...

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 March 1908

PUBLISHED TWICE-A-WEEK Tuesday and Friday. . VoL 40.No. 19. i "Entered as second-class matter " Jan. 1, 1908, at the postofflce at Or aageburg, S. C, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Jas. L. Sims, Editor and Proprietor. Jas. Sims, - Associate Editor. Subscription Rates. One Year. .$1.50 Six Months.. .. .. .. .. .. -*75 Three Months. . ?40 Advertising Rates. Transient advertisements $1.00 per inch for Brat insertion and 50 oents for each subsequent ?Insertion Business Notices 10 ceots per line for first insertion and 5 cents per line for subsequent ?insertions Obituaries, Tributes of Respect, Notice^ of "Shanks, and all notices of a personal or poli? eel nature arc charged for as regular advertise; ^Special Notices, entitled Wanted, Lost, Found, Far Bent, not exceeding twenty-five words, one time, 35 cents; two times 50 cents; three times, 75 oents and four times $1.00. Liberal contract made with merchants an i others who wish to rrn advertifements for three months or long...

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. — 6 March 1908

Crucified Wife and Lover. Ghastly Find In Chinese River Reveals Husband's Horrible Act of Vengeance. French naval officers recently found floating in the Claire river, in China, the bodies of a man and a woman cru cified on a cross. An investigation is under way to find the persons who caused the death of these two. The officers were standing on board their boat when they noticed something floating. They soon recognized the bodies of human beings. When they had drawn the bodies from the water they saw that a woman and a man had 'been crucified on the same cross, the woman's body being nailed over that of the man. The woman's lips were sewed together, so as to make speaking impossible. She was attired in an elegant silk dress and seemed to come of good family. The man seemed to be a little over twenty and was clothed in the uniform of an interpreter. Nailed to the cross was a placard proclaiming that the woman had been faithless to her hus band and as punishment had been nail ed to t...

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. — 6 March 1908

DID YOU SEE THIS If Not Read it. It is something every man and woman in South Carolina should be proud of. Here is what President Meli of Clemson College reported to the Legislature: AS ENGLAND SEES US IT IS GRATIFYING TO NOTE THAT THE AGENT SENT OUT BY THE ECONOMIC ASSOCIATION OF MANCHESTER, ENGLAND, A FEW MONTHS AGO TO EXAMINE THE CONDITIONS OF COTTON GROWING THROUGHOUT THE SOUTH, MAKES THE FOLLOWING REPORT OX THE CONDITIONS AS HE FOUND THEM IN SOUTH CAROLINA. "I FIND THAT THE BEST FARMERS, THE MOST SYSTEMATIC AND BY FAR THE MOST THRIFTY AND ECONOMICAL ADMINISTRATION OF THE FARM IS UNQUESTIONABLY TO BE FOUND IN SOUTH CAROLINA. HERETHE CULTIVATION OF THE SOIL IS REGARDED AS A LIFETIME PURSUIT, AND IN THE MAJORITY OF INSTANCES I FOUND TliE FARMER, WHETHER LANDLORD OR TENANT, A CLOSE STUDENT OF THE BRANCHES OF SCIENCE WHICH ENABLE HIM TO KNOW THE WANTS OF THE SOIL AND THE PROPER MEANS OF SUPPLYING THESE WANTS. THE CLEMSON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE HAS BEEN A REAL BLESSING TO THE .FARMERS ...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 6 March 1908

MAKE THIS UP. Says Many Persons Here Can Be Made Happy Again. fstich garden crops as and all other vcgeta Big profits from cotton, tobacco,! and com, tomatoes, cabbage, lettuce, beets bles and fruits depend noon their uniform * and rapid grow th. Big ger crops and quicker and larger growth arc positively assured through high fertilization with mm VSrgMa-Carolina That Virginia-Carolina Fertilizers are far supariortoanv other fertilizers Is proved by the experience of Mr. D. M. Griffin, D, I). s. <>f Plant C:ty, Fla., who 'ays: "l was trucking on a small scale, and decided I would try a few sackj bl your fertilizer, as it was cheap a.::l said to be good. I put it un der sortis tomatoes bv the side of seme ether hiirh grar;e fertilizer winch cost nie Sl?aton more, and in the same proportion per acre, think I exaggerate in thi least in cavinj that the yield where Virginia-Carolina Fertilizers was three times thatot where" the other brand of so-called Hcrh-crrade fertilizer." , AS?...

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. — 6 March 1908

FRUIT TREE AGENTS. "Joshua Harrfftrong" Has Some thing to Say About Them. Warns People to Give Them a Wide Berth.?Bought an Everbearing *?each Tree That Never Bore At AH. Winter is breaking and the Spring tide is anproaching, wnich means, among other things, that fruit tree ajents will soon be on the road. Of these there are several kinds from the hardened old sinner to the tenderfoot fresh from between the plow handles and starting his first season. Well, we remember the fruit tree agents of our boyhood days. How we did stare with eyes and mouth agape at the beautiful samples of fruit put up in jars of magnifying glass; and no less astonishing was the set speech of the agent,?he would convince you that peaches grew on oak trees with just a little extra attention. And he generally got an order and spent the nisht with us to boot, giv ing mother a rosebush to smooth her ruffled feelings,?she was grow ing just a little suspicious of these agents, sensible woman that she was. All fruit...

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 March 1908

ESTABLISHED IN 1* WANT BRYAN. He is Greeted by His State Con vention With Cheers. SOLID DELEGATION Instructed to Vote for Him as the Democratic Candidate for Presi dent.?Platform Adopted Favors Many Reforms.?"Equal Rights to AM, Special Privileges to None*1? Harmonious Meeting. A dispatch from Omaha. Neb., says Thursday was "Bryan Day" in that city and throughout Nebraska. With the Democratic State Conven tion as a nucleus party leaders from every county and practically every primary district in the common wealth gathered there to pledge al legiance to the presidential aspira tions of Mr. Bryan and to consider means for furthering his interests be fore the Democratic national conven tion. Enthusiasm was prevalent through put the day. It broke loose early In the afternoon session of the conven tion and gradually gathering volume, broke out in tumultuous vocifera tions when at the beginning of the evening session the platform com mittee presented this resolution: "The Democratic party...

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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