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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 24 April 1908

Lew Chew's Spring Hat Demoralizes the Oriental Quarter of Los Angeles?Confucian Customs Set at Naught by Iconoclastic New Women. [ Los Angeles' Chinatown Is In the jlhroeB of a social War that bids fair to Tput the recent tong disturbances far in jthe dim distance. Not since the time jbaek in the seventies when indignant (Citizens hung a number of the Chinese - teilte to telegraph poles has there been such a feeling of sudden death and des ? ' olation as now hangs like a black pall ??over the yellow colony. And it all happened because Mrs {Lew Chew, wife of Lew Mpi, tried to ?"?buck" the ancient and time honored rform of dress held sacred to the Chi nese. In defiance of the laws of heaven And earth she tried the combination of Chinese pantaloons set off by a "Merry >Widow" sailor that would have made ?any woman sit up and gasp. Throwing the caution of her race to the whid, Madam Lew Chew marched down Apablasa street with a creation of modern millinery wabbling abont on Jter|Olly ...

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. — 24 April 1908

Tlie Greatest Possible Cotton Crop of the best possible Quality, is the aim of every enterprising cotton planter. And "it is as easy as rolling down hill" if you only use enough \ J|? VagMa-Carolina a fertilizers &^ * Is there any reason why you cannot do just as well as Mr. |\a James M. Swint, of Chipley, Ga., who used COO lbs. per SSt?S- acre of Virginia-Carolina Fertilizers on his cotton crop? He gathered one and a half bales of cotton per acre, and there were more bolis yet to open. A This is the experience of hundreds of other cotton planters. Careful preparation of your soil, and liberal IN? ??i use of high grade Virginia-Carolina Fertilizers will surely "increase youryiclds per acre." Numerous un- .0Mli^ prejudiced authorities tell how it is done in the new Jf^^'ls Virginia-Carolina Farmers' Year Book or Almanac, 'Wi^$i?& a copy of which may be secured from your fertil- #%WMf?&ul3\ izer dealer, or from our nearest sales-office. ?? ?3.. k^^^M An interesting picture...

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. — 24 April 1908

WILL BE IN LINE. DIRECTORS OP THE LOCAL BASE BALL CLUB HARD AT WORK For Some Time and a Good Strong Team Will Be Organized and Put in the Field. In"writing to his paper about local base ball matters the Orangeburg correspondent of The News and Cour " ier says since It was definitely decided that Orangeburg will be in the State League this year very little "hot air" has emanated from this vicinity, but this fact is not indicative of a diminu ation of interest on the part of the local fans. The management has been steadily at work and 'satisfactory progress has been made. It has been decided not to select a manager untl the entire team has reported, when the most available man of the aggregation will probably be designated for that posi tion. In the meantime the directors are lookng after affairs. A number of players wish to come here for a try - out and several of last season's men have not been heard from since the receipts for their contracts were re turned. These have been notifie...

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. — 28 April 1908

\ S S?Ucv Statt ESTABLISHED IN I? BIG LOSS OF LIFE in Several States Caused by a Destructive Cyclone THREE HUNDRED DEAD 1 Over One Thousand More or Less Injured, and Many Thonsands Are| Homeless.?Storm Covered Mach Territory, Nearly Fifty Towns Be ing Wrecked, Some of Which Are Almost Wiped Out. Three hundred and fifty killed, a hundred or more persons fatally in jured and many times' this number painfully hurt, together with a prop erty loss running up into the millions, Is theN record so far of a series of tornadoes that originated in the West Thursday, sweeping across Texas, Ok lahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, Missis sippi, Tennessee, Alabama and Geor gia Friday and Friday night. It left a path of death, desolation and want in its wake, seriously inter rupted communication between cities fcvthe South and brought about chao tic conditions in many smaller towns. Mississippi bore the brunt of the Stenn. Reports from that State in-1 dicate that the loss of life will be by far the greates...

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. — 28 April 1908

, PUBLISHED TWICE-A-WEEX Tuesday and Friday. .?T? 401. . .No. #4 "Entered as second-class matter ?Jam-.1, 19OS, at the postoffice at Or ^-fangeburg, S. C, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. * *Htas? L. Sims, Editor and Proprietor.] Pas. Izlar Sims, - Associate Editor. Subscription Rates. One Year...: ..91.50 Wx Months. .. .. .75 tlEhree Months.. .. ... .. ..40 Advertising Rates.. Transient advertisements $1.00 per inch for first insertion and 50 cents for each subsequent hwartion Business Notices 10 cents per line for first liserfeiora and 5 cents per line for subsequent ^"Sbhuaries, Tributes of Respect, Notice of ] Thanks, and all notices of a personal orpoliti oal nature are charged for as regular advertise ?.. Special Notices* entitled Wanted, Lest, Voasd, Far Bent, not exceeding twenty-five words, one time, 85 cents; two tunes 50 cents; three times, 75 cents and four times, $1.00. Liberal contract made with merchants and others' who wish to run advertisements for three ...

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 April 1908

$ The 4> Princess Virginia By C. N. and A. M. WILLIAMSON. Authon of "The Lightning Con ductor." "Rosemtry In Search of a. Fa.:her." Etc Copyright. 1307. Uy McCluro. Phil lips & Co. , MF -1 f CHAPTI?. FOURTHNJ RON HEART was dress ed in the long double ?, breasted gray overcoat and the soft gray hat in which all snapshot photographs (no others had ever been taken; showed the chan cellor of -RJbaetla. ?At sight of the emperor off came the famous hat, baring the bald dome of the fine old head, fringed with hair of curiously mingled black and white. "Good day. your majesty," he said, with no sign of surprise in his voice or face. The train rocked going around a curve, and it was with difficulty that the chancellor kept his footing. But he stood rigidly erect, supporting him self In the doorway until the emperor, with more politeness than enthusiasm, invited him to enter and be seated. "I'm glad you're well enough to trav el, chancellor." said Leopold. "We had none too encouraging ...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 28 April 1908

BASE BALL DOPE. INTERESTING GOSSIP ABOUT THE ORANGEBURG TEAM. j. . Players Are Now Coming in to Take Their Places On the Team and We Will Be In the Game to Win. Fefr a while baseball prospects in . Orangeburgvwere quite gloomy, but a general pull-together was made and for the third- year the City on the Edisto is a member of the ' State League. The first season of the or ganization Orangeburg wound up in third place, while last year it w?s nip and tuck with Sumter, the Gamecocks finally- winning out, on account of Manager Buesse's sickness. What the Cotton Pickers will do this season is left to be seen. Natu rally the late start,1 which will neces sitate insufficient practice and good form, will be a' handicap, since Rock Hill, Sumter and Chester already have teams in the 'field playing ex hibition games. The pitching staff will be new this season. Matney is the only twirler of last year returning. Thackham and Langford are with Spartanburg, while Stowers is doing stunts with ' Maco...

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. — 5 May 1908

ESTABLISHED m IS MANY LIVES LOST In a Most destructive Hotel Fire at Fort Wayne; inrj. NUMBER OF MISSING. The Burning of the Register Renders | Accurate Estimate of FatUitiesJ Impossible?The Fire Was discov ered at Half-Past Three O'clock Sunday Morning in the Elevator Shaft. At least 12 persons lost their lives In a fire which destroyed the New Aveline hotel at Fort Wayne, Ind., early Sunday morning. The entire Interior of the building is a smould ering heap of ruins and how many dead are concealed by the debris can only be conjectured. The hotel reg-J ister was consumed by the fire and! there is no accurate means of de-1 termining who is missing. ' Charred wood, bricks and twisted girders are piled up tjetween the walls to the second story. Piece by piece this must be removed before the roll, of the dead can be completed. Some'/ of the bodies taken out are mangled and charred beyond recognition. The fire was discovered at 3:30 Sunday morning in the elevator shaft by Night Clerk Ra...

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. — 5 May 1908

Wit Wtmw m& ?mmnt PUBLISHED TWICE-A-WEEK Tuesday and Friday. ^ol. 40. . .No. 36. "Entered as second-class matter ffni. 1, 1908, at the postofflce at Or angeburg, S. C, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. ff as. L. Simst Editor and Proprietor. Bias. War Sims, - Associate Editor. Subscription Bates. One Tear.-..S1.50 Six Months. >. .. -75 Hum Months.? . . ? .40 Advertising Bates. Transient advertisements $1j00 per inch for Bart insertion and 50 cents for each subsequent Insertion Business Notices 10 cents per line for first Insertion and 5 cents per line for subsequent Obituaries, Tributes of Reaoect, Notice of Hanks, and all notices of a personal or pohti talnataie are charged for as regular advertise Special Notices, entitled Wanted, Lest, Pound, Far Bent, not exceeding twenty-five words, one time, 35 cents; two times 50 cents; ?uee times, 75 cents and four times $1.00. Liberal contract made with merchants and others t"1k> wish to run advertisements for three v ? I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 5 May 1908

CANDIDATE CARDS. For House of Representatives. I hereby announce myself a candi date for the House of Representatives subject to the Democratic primary. _J. B. STROM4N. FDR^slffiRTFT^ I hereby announce myself as a candidate in the enming primary for re-election to the office of Sheriff of Orangeburg County, subject to the rules of the Democratic party. Respectfully, JOHN Hi DUKES. I hereby announce myself, as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Orangeburg County, subject to the articles of the Democratic primary. Respectfully, \ a. m. salley. ^IfobTsvpekxisor. ..; I hereby -announce myself as a candidate for Supervisor, subject to endorsement of the Democratic prim ary. D. m. WESTBURY. I announce myself a candidate for Supervisor. Having had much neper ience in road building and county af fairs generally, many voters realize that I am thoroughly competent. I am respectfully, T. m. HALL. At the solicitation of my friends I hereby announce myself a candidate in the coming primary...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 5 May 1908

STANDS FOR BRYAN. ORANG EBCRG DrO.HOCRATS EX DORSET HTM UNANIMOUSLY. Delegates to the State,. Democratic Convention Instructed for Him by the County Democratic Convention. The County Democratic Convention was called to order in the ;Court House at 12 o'clock on Monday by County Chairman Robt. Lide. Secret tary J. A. Berry called the roll and the following delegates answered to their names: > Bethel. W. R. Austin and Geo. Axant. Bethlehem. \ J. E. Ashe and. J. F. Jennings. Bolen. H. R. Jamison and A. P. Garick. ; Bowman. E. N. Mittle. A. G. Stroman and D. B. Berry. Brarichville. Saml. Byrd. A. S. Dukes. Fred B. Edwards and J. B. Henderson. Cattle Creek. W. T. Westberry and M. G. Thomp son, v y Citizens of Orangeburg. Robert Lide. John H. Dukes, Thos. F. Brantley. I. W. Bowman, Robert E. Copes, E. A. Zeigler, J. W. H. Dukes, C. P. Brunson, N. W. Wertz, Fred Wannamaker, J. M. Bell, C. H. ? Williamson. F. J. D. Felder, A. C. Ligon, M. E. Zeigler, L. K. Sturkie, ; J. H. Claffy. Jno. S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 8 May 1908

ESTABLISHED IN 18 TAFT'S TRAVELS Secretary Of War Seldom In His * Office. ROUND THE CIRCLE Cobwebs Aernmnlute o? Official Door While Private Business Receives First Aid?The Prospective Presi dential Candidates. Tariff on Wood Pulfl and the Price of Print Paper. By WILLIS J. ABBOT. Secretary Taft, who has been seen very little about the war department. Is onca again making a long jour ney. Ostensibly the trip is simply a visit to Panama. Why the secretary is needed there is not known. We have five commissioners paid $12.000 a year each to attend to the work there being done. Of course, if it is absolutely nec essary to add to this galaxy of talent the secretary of war of the United j States, nobody must question the fact. Yet It would seem that if the commis sioners, who have been described as the most brilliant able, hardworking officials in public service, are not able to handle the work on the isthmus without monthly visits frjm Taft there must be something wrong with their method...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 8 May 1908

? The ? Virginia ? By C N. and A. M. WILLIAMSON. Authors of "The Lightning Con ductor," "Rosemary in Search of ?. Fa.th.er." Etc. $ Copyright, 1907. by McClure, Phil lips & Co. , ICHAPTED 51XT??N-1 ELL the truth when de ^^v^s sired, spice with prevari cation when necessary and never part with the whole truth^ar one time, since waste is sinful, was one of the maxims by which the chancellor guided his own actions though he did not give it away for the benefit of others, ajd he had made the most of that prudent policy today. Be had told his emperor no lies, even through the telephone, where forget fulness may be pardonable, but'he had arranged his truths as skillfully as he arranged his pawns on a chessboard. It was said by some who pretended ?to know that Count von Breitsteiu had ? had a Jesuit for a tutor; but, be this i an it might, it was certain that when he had a goal to reach he did not pick footsteps by the way. A flower here or there was apt to be trodden down, a small lif...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 8 May 1908

THE PRINCESS.VIRGINIA. (Continued from page Two.) his return in the salon of the royai suit which was always, kept at his disposal when he appeared in the neighborhood, as he often did since purchasing the hunting lodge a. few miles out of Kronburg in the forest Other foreign royalties or lesser princes from the provinces occasional ly occupied the apartments also,, and tils handsome royal highness of today was not the only one whom the chan cellor of Rhaetia had visited there. He knew by heart the rich purple hang ings in the salon, with the double . wolf head of Rhaetia stamped in* gold at regular intervals on the velvet and he sickened of their splendor now as the moments dragged and he remained alone. When half an hour Lad passed he could no longer sit still ou the purple velvet sofa, but began walking up and down, his bands behind him. scowling at the foil length oil painted portraits of Rhaetia's dead rulers, glaring a qnestion into his own eyes hi the long, gold framed mirror...

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. — 8 May 1908

PUBLISHED TWICE-A-WEEK f* Tuesday and Friday, r 'Vol. 40. . ? -No.S7 "Entered as second-class matter Van. 1, 1908, at the postofflce at Or angeburg, S. C, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1S79. Pas. L. Sims, Editor and Proprietor. jTas. Izlar Sims, - Associate Editor. Subscription Rates. One Year.$1.50 Hz Months. ? ? -75 ffhree Months.?.40 Advertising Rates. Transient advertisements $1.00 per inch for Bist insertion and 50 cents for each subsequent Insertion- . M fl . Business Notices 10 cents per line for first Insertion and 5 cents per line for subsequent ^Obitoarioo, Tributes of Bespect, Notic* of Thanks, and all notices of a peuonal or pobti ealnatuxe axe charged for as regular adTeruae *eiScial Notices, entitled Wanted, L?t, found. Far Bent, not exceeding twenty-five words, one time, 85 cents; two times 50 cents; three times, 75 cents and four times S1.00. Liberal contract made with merchants and Others wbo wish to run advorteementsfor three n oiths ot longer. For rates on...

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. — 8 May 1908

F??~~_ SAL o j A Torrent of Bargains-Equaling Niagara in Volume-A Sale That Involves Goods Shipped from some of the Largest Manufacturers in the World-Great Surprises Await You-A Most Determined and Resolute Move to Give the People of South Carolina a Sale Unparaleled fn its History. The Flood Gates of Low Prices Will Be Opened. We are resolved to just one purpose; to make this the greatest, the grandest, the most sensational sale ever held in Orangeburg. Thursday, May 14th, 9 a. m. Remember the date-then come-your expectations will be tully realized. THIS 8AL/E 10 YARDS FOR 65 CENTS. 1600 yards of Soft Longcloth, 36 Inches wide. Comes in Mill Ends/ of 10 yards, sells at 10 cents a yard. One piece to a customer. No more, "no less. 10 YARDS FOR 63 CENTS. 4 CENTS A YARD. ? 3000 yards Pine Sea Island, foil 39 inches wide. Comes in Mill Enu> of 5 to SO yards. Excellent for aU Sea Island uses. MiU Sale Price 4 CENTS A YARD. 10 CENTS A YARD. 2000 yards Extra Fine Fancy Lawns, Swisses a...

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. — 8 May 1908

? 0 UHE FURNITURE STORE * ?9 0 ? * * 4 $ ? 'HEYWARD-WAKEFIELD" Go-Carts Roll So Easy AndSUeA So shlir ' That Babies W Know Will Not Be Satisfied With Any Other Kind. We Have Them From $2. Up. % # # ? ? Wannamaker, Smoak & Co. ?BULLETI N? 500 Mile State Family Tickets, SI 1.25. Good over the Atlantic Coast Line in each State for the head or de pendent members of a family. Limited to one year from date of sale 1000 Mile Interchangeable Individual Ticket, 820.00. J Good over the Atlantic Coast Line and 30 other lines in the Southeast ! aggregating 30,000 miles. Limited to one year from date of sale. 2000 Mile Firm Ticket, $40.00, Good over the Atlantic Coast Line and 30 other lines in the Southeast I ' aggregating 30,000 miles. For a manager or head of firm and em ' ployes limited to five, but good for only one of such persons at a time. Limited to one year from date of sale. 1000 Mile Southern Interchangeble Individual Ticket, $25.00. Good overthe Atlantic Coast Line and 75 other ...

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. — 8 May 1908

Plain Talks on Fertilizers A Talk to FrijitrGrowers 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 fheN well-known Virginia-Car olina Fertilizer in different quantities o n their straw berry crop. Result: when 1,000 lbs. per acre were used the profit was $75.00 moreper acre than when v > 500 lbs. per acre were used. This is modern intensive cul ture, the method that is doub ling and trebling the crops of all kinds of fruit in either good or in poor and worn-out land all over the country?and in good soil, too. The yield will be according to the amount of plant food you give your trees or plants ? you can de pend on it. The better they are fed the greater a...

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. — 8 May 1908

GENERAL SESSIONS. COURT CONVENED ON LAST MON DAY MORNING. Juc>ge C. G. Dantzlor presiding? Many Cases Have Been Tried? Docket Was Heavy. The Court of Generai Sessions con vened here on Monday morning with Judge C. G. Dantzler presiding. Soliciter Hildebrand and Stenogra pher Glaze were also in their places and everything started off smoothly and up to this time considerable bus iness has been disposed of. It is likely that the court will run over into next week, as the docket is quite heavy. For the first time in many years, as stated by Solicitor Hildebrand. the Court failed to enter into the trial of cases before the recess for dinner. This was the due to the t fact that two grand jurors had to be drawn to take the places of two who now reside in Calhoun County; also that Court recessed at an unus ually early hour Monday afternoon in order to allow the Democratic Convention to meet in the Court House at noon. Judge Dantzler's charge to the grand jury was pronounced the most adm...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 15 May 1908

ASS: ESTABLISHED IN 1* DON'T WANT IT Senator Culberson, of Texas, Not Seeking Nomination. JUDGE GRAY QUITS Delaware Statesman and Jurist De clines to Enter Lists?The Paper Trust Investigation. Trouble Ahead lor the Republicans?Sentiment of the New England Democracy. By WILLIS J. ABBOT. Much of the political talk in Wash ington has centered about the retire inent of Senator Culberson of Texuo and Judge Gray of Delaware from the Democratic presidential race. Nobody who knew Senator Culber son's position ever thought that he was a party to the effort to force bim to the front. That effort was made with out his knowledge and without his ap proval. It began to be exceedingly embarrassing to him when the story was started that there would even be a contest made for the position of chairman of the Democratic national committee by the friends of Culbersou and in his interest. His denial has been explicit and categorical. It was prepared by bim and sent to the Wash ington newspapers and decl...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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