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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 30 June 1908

A S Salle Sta Yflsng Woman falls From High Trestle. Wa* Picked Up; Unconscious by Engi neer of Train Who Witnessed Ac cident?Swinging ' From Cross , Beam to' Escape Train, Miss Rossie Bradley, of Hagan, Ga., Loses Hold. _?. , ,... VTht, % ..1 . C V ? A dispatch from Tallulah Falls. Ga., says: Swinging to a cross boam of "the ninety-four-feet trestle be tween here.and The Lodge ot escape a train which was bearing down upoh her, Miss Rossie Bradley, of Hagan, Ga., lost her hold and was dashed against the rocks below, Fri day. She was picked up by the engineer of the train, who witnessed the ac cident, and carried abroad his train, where it was found that she was seri- . ously, though perhaps not fatally 1 hurt. The strength of the young woman gave out almost as hands were reach ing to save her, as the engineer had seen youngi ladies on the trestle and 1 stopped his train before it reached them. 1 Two other girls, a sister and con- ? sin of Miss Bi-adly. ran from the trestle when they ...

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. — 30 June 1908

ffTJBUSHBD TWICB-A-WEEE Tuesday and Friday. Tol. 40. ........ . -No. 45. "Entered as second-class mutter fsn. I?1908,- at the postofflce at Or oageburg, 3. C, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879.' 9m. L. Sims, Editor and Proprietor. . lac, Izlar Sims, - Associate Editor; Subscription Bates. Xmti Tear. .. .fl.50 ttz Months. ? ?.' .?i? ??^5 Chree Months.. .? . Advertising Rates. Transient advertisements $L0O per inch for tat In tertJon and 50 oents for each subsequent Insertion Business Notices 10 cents per line for first taortion and 5 cents per line for subsequent taaertions. _ Obituaries, Tributes of Respect, Notice o? ?p^iint, and all notices of a personal or pohti ^al nature are charged for ea regular advertieo bwecial Notices, entitled Wanted, Lost, ffomd, Far Kent, not exceeding twenty-five woixb, one time, 35 oents; two times 50 cents; three times, 75 oents and four times $1.00. Ijiberal contract made with merchants and others who wish to run advertisements for thro EOa...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 30 June 1908

COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS WHAT WAS DONE AT THE LAST MEETING. The Report of the City Clerk and Treasurer and Commissioners of Puhiic Works. Read and Approved. Proceedings of regular meeting of City Council held this day. Present Hon. d. W. H. Dukes, Mayor and Aldermen Lathrop, Bowman, Smoak, Weeks and .Wem. Absent \lderman i* Smith. All" vouchers for disbursements made by the City, treasurer during the month of May, were approved by the respective committees of City Council. . . - The report of the City Treasurer for the month of May, 1908, was read and referred to the finance com mittee and ordered 'published. The report of the secretary Com missioners of Public Works for the month of May. 1908, was read and received as information and ordered published. The special order for this meet ing?the'election of a policeman for the unexpired term of J. a. Xelly, resigned?was taken up and Alder ? men Bowman and Weeks were ap pointed tellers; and the following applications read:' u. D. Dantzler. C...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 30 June 1908

WON ?ROM SUMTER IN A PAST GAME YESTERDAY AFTERNOON.. It Was a Pitchers Battle in Which Neither Side Was Able..to-Score Until the- Ninetb Inning. Friday's Game.. In the greatest contest ever wit nessed at that place Chester and Or angeburg b?tted for 14 Innings Fri day afternoon without either side scoring, although Chester had a run ner on third in more than one inning. The game was a pitcher's battle Biel's pitching and rflanton's catch were the .'features for Chester, while Averett's 'pitching and Simmons' work at short were the master per formances for Orangeburg. , Chester. . .000 000 000 000 00?.0 Orangeburg. .000 000 000 000 00?0 , Base nits?Chester 5; Orange burg 2. Errors?Chester '4; Orangeburg 3. Batteries?Biel and Hamtick; Brunson, Averette and Sturtevant. Umpire?Burroughs. Saturday's Game. A dispatch from Chester says: Chester had no trouble in defeating the Burghers Saturday afternoon. McKnight's pitching a catch by Temple and the great work of Biel, who played first, we...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 3 July 1908

BSTABLISHED 55FT? SEVfN DEAD. PROM THE HEAT JN NEW YORK CTTY. Torrid Wave Drives Many Persons to Place of Peril in Search of Fresh Air. Seven dead is the record of the torrid wave that for 24 hours had made all New York suffer Tuesday. The dead are: Miss Stella Dominick, 21, of No. 233 Second street. Mrs. Mary P. Jackson, 50. of No. 25 Greenwich street. Philip.McCauley, 45. . Policeman John M. Barry, of the traffic squad. John Welleon, 24, No. 14 West 99th street. ? John Falkenmeyer, 45. Bert Lane, 29. No. 268 West 144th street. ; Policeman Barry, of the traffic sfluad, met his death while trying to s?ve McCauley. McCauley was work ing at the pier of the Savannah Steamship Line at the foot of Spring streq*. He was on a narrow ledge when he was overcome by heat and fell into the river. Barry saw him lall and plunged in after him.s Neither came up. Miss Dominisk lived with her par ents on the sixth floor of No. 233 Second street. A fire escape leads to her window. On the floor below l...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 3 July 1908

How the Material Should Be Ap plied and Selected. -UNDERDRAWING IMPORTANT. jWith Proper Grading, Gravel Rightly Used Will Mako ?'Most Excellent ] Highways?The- Advantage of a Flat -v i r 5 "S?*I 1" j Roadway. Eren where gravel employed has been applied in road construction in Maryland owing to Its method of appli cation the roads do not always main tain their form as they should in wet weather. This fault is not usually due to the material emph /ed so much as to an entire lack of proper grrfding and underdraining. Merely to throw some (gravel over . a wet or spongy place ?without raising the level of the road bed or making any .provision for the drawing off of the water can never make a road which will not cut through and become muddy whenever the frost comes out of the ground. The water sinks through the gravel covering into the clayey foundation and renders the Jatter yielding to ihe overlying road, ?which pushes the wheels through the gravel into the clay or If the covering .Is t...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 3 July 1908

The Short Cut By MARTHA COBB SAN FORD. Copyrighted, 1308, by Associated Literary Press. When Marjorie opened her sewing room window to let In the brisk morn ing breeze the picture she made In her white dress, -framed by the climbing vines, was refreshing enough to make ?any passer by look up a second time. ?One did, though Marjorie was quite -unaware of the fact Her thoughts were as far away as the shadowy mountains beyond which ?Bhe had lived her old and happier life. "For several years now Marjorie's world had been on this side of the bills, so she sighed, sat down by the open win dow' ana began sewing interminable yards of lace on strips of fine muslin. 'The stitches were microscopic, as be fitted the trousseau of a "daughter of ?the rich." Half an hour later a whistle as spon taneous as a bird's trill made her jump ?up and again look out of the window. In the young man swinging down the road Marjorie recognized one of the ?summer guests. He opened the gate ? and. came down the p...

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. — 3 July 1908

PUBLISHED TWICE-A-WEEK Tuesday and Friday. Vol. 40.. . .Xo. 45. 'Entered as beconii-ciaab matter Fan. 1, 1908, at the postoffice at Or angeburg. S. C., under the Act ol Congress of March" 3, 1879. fas. L. Sims, Editor and Proprietor, fas. Izlar Suns, - Associate Editor. I Subscription Bates. Dae Tear.. .. .. .. .. .. ,..91.50 Btx Months..75 three Months.. .. ."- .. ..40 Advertising Rates. Transient advertisements $1.00 per inch for tot insertion and 50 cents for each subsequent BonKss Notices 10 cents per line for first j hutertum and 5 cents per line for subsequent Insertions Obituaries, Tributes of Respect, Notice of | Hunks, and all notices of a personal or politi oal nature are charged for as regular advertise opecisl Notices, entitled Wanted, Loot, . Found, Far Rent, not exceeding twenty-five J words, one time, 35 cents; two times 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 months...

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

The Spirit of A!ie?ce. if A Fourth of July Story .? By EMMA ARCHER OSBORNE. '? Copyright. 1S07, by E. A. Coc PTpiHE street in which the Mc ? sbanes dwelt was one of the ^ least inviting of the lower west side. The long rows of old red brick buildings were ornate with non descript collections of superfluous household articles thrust on to the fire escapes. A boy. yelling vociferously to his kind in the street, five stories below, balanced, his scantily clad little body across the iron railing of the McShane fire *escape. - / This was the lad's first pause since daybreak, since the young America of the neighborhood had emerged numer "I SWEAB ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG." ously, yet as one man, with crackers and joyous spontaneity, to hail with diabolical din the nation's natal day and to awake many a grownup to a profane realization of the hour. He raised himself and took a long view of the street in either direction. He broke into a surprised exclamation. "Gee:o e!" he shouted. "Look at t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 3 July 1908

6 T hearing the room. Have You a Summer Stove? ? m The stifling air of a close kitchen is changed to comfortable coolness by installing a New Per fection Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove to do the family cooking. No kitchen furnishing is so convenient as this stove. Gives a working heat at once, and main tains it until turned out ?that too, without over If you examine the ^ NEW PERFECTION Wk* Blue name Oil Cook-Skive you will see why this is so. The heat from the chimney of the "New Perfection" is concentrated under the kettle and not dissipated through the room by radiation. Thus it does the work of the coal range without its discomfort. Ask your dealer about this stove?if not with him, write our nearest agency. JS^?Lamp is a very handsome piece of N houscfurnishiag and give3 a clear, powerful light more agreeable than gas or electricity. Safe everywhere and always. Made of brass finely nickel plated?just the thing for the living-room. If not with your dealer, write our nearest agenc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 3 July 1908

Jctke tbe PaSnterSgyS IIts so e?5$ to paint when you use ST?? PASTE It flows freely an d ~ saves coas:dera*b!e labor GKE?ajlonmateTW? For Sale by J. W. SMOAK. BIG VALUES --IN Up-to-date Buggies, Wagons of strength and durability, 'Har ness and Saddles of quality. COME AND SEE ME. L. E. RILEY. The back is the mainspring of woman's organism. It quickly calls attention to trouble by aching. It tells, with other symptoms, such as nervousness, headache, pains in the loins, weight in the lower part of the body, that a woman's feminine organism needs immediate attention. In such cases the one sure remedy which speedily removes the cause, and restores the feminine organism to a healthy, normal condition is LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S Notice. The County Board of Commission ers will elect, on July the 7th, next, A Cotton Weigher for, the Citv of Orangeburg to fill 1 the unexpired term of Mr. John L. Rast. By order of said Board, ? L. K. Sturkie, Clerk. COLLECT*!- zfST CHARLESTON Charleston. S. C. 124t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 3 July 1908

FUNERAL DIRECTORS MEET, AX HOLD SESSION IN OR ANGEBURG. The Tenth Annual Meeting of the South Carolina Funeral Directors Association. Held. The LOth annual meeting of the South Carolina Funeral Directors' association, convened in Orangeburg Tuesday morning. The meeting has been very instructive and in point of numbers the most successful meet ing ever held. Stillan undertaker can never call his time his own, and several of the most prominent members of the asso ciation were absent. Charleston had but one representa tive present an dneither Sumter-nor Darlington were represented. The sessions were held in the K. Of P. hall and were presided over by the president, Mr. W. Hampton Dukes of Orangeburg. In calling the convention to order Mr.' Dukes requested Rev. L. P. Mc Ghee, pastor of St. Paul's church, to deliver the invocation. Col. W. G. Smith, one of the city fathers, welcomed the association in behalf of the city and Mr. T. J. Mc Carthy of Charleston responded thereto. Dr. A. S. H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 7 July 1908

.Vi.*.' X Ii IS A S Sailer Stet ESTABLISHED JOT 1* LIVES LOST. Seven Are Killed in a Fire at Cleveland. MANY INJURED. TThc Fireworks on Display Explode, Causing Panic Among Clerks, Most of Whom .Were Girls, and Shoppers?Cry of "Fire!" Was What Led to the Calamity. At Cleveland, O.. Seven persons ?were killed, at least two others were tatally injured and fully thirty more vere severely hurt as the result of fire in S. S. Kresge's five and ten *cent sto/c on Ontario street Friday. 'The dead: Emma Schumaker, 18, floor walker; Marie Wagner, 17, ?clerk; Anna Trefall, 24, clerk; Frie da Trefall, 17, clerk; Elizabeth Reis, 18. clerk; Mary Hughes' 27,shopper; . -James L. Parker, four years. The fire followed an explosion of fireworks on disrigy in the ?tore Opinions differ as to the exact cause of the explosion. A woman who was at the fireworks counter said the stock was ignited by sparks from a device which was being demonstrated to her by a clerk. Fire Chief Wal lace and the store manager...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 7 July 1908

PUBLISHED TWIC&A-WEEK Tuesday acti Friday. Vol. 40..No. 45. "Entered as second-class matter fan. 1, 1908, ac the poBtoffice at Or angeburg, S. C, under the Act ot Congress of March 3, 1879. fitta. L. Sims* Editor a<ad Proprietor. JJau, Iz^ar Sims, - Associate-Editor. ' Subscription Rates. One Year. .. . .fl.50 Six Months. .. (... -.75 Three Months.. i:, . -.40 Advertising Rotes. Transient advertisements $1.00 per inch for tart insertion and 50 oenta for each subsequent lasertica Business Notices 10 oeota per line for first insertion and 5 cents per line for subsequent . Insertions Obituaries, Tributes of Respect, Notio* of Thenks, and all notices of a personal or poh"ti sal nature are 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; throe times, 75 cents and four times $1.00. Liberal contract made with merchants and others who wish to run advertisements for thre...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 7 July 1908

Mil tt ' ''S ?ssealrau Bv CLARISSA MACKIE. I Copyrighted. 19'JS. by Associated Literary Press. q Pink Luscotn rode out of/the corral with slack rein and drooping head. Care sat upon his broad shoulders and dulled the genial light in his gray eyes. Cumr^ings. seated on, the door step of' the bun!: ho.use. hooted de risively at bis mate. "You look like you was goin' a-court tn\ Pink." he grinned. Luscom turned a scowling brpw as he slapped the rawboned sorrel with a bronzed hand. "Drop it!" he growled crustily. The sojtc} struck a long, swinging gait, and presently horse and rider disappeared beyond a rise of ground, only to re?npear in gradually diminish ing perspective until suddenly they vanished altogether. "What's the, matter with Pink?" asked Roszy Jones In constrained tones from within the bunk house. "He looks like trouble has got him good and plenty." , Cumralngs'clasped his hands about his kneels and rocked to and fro in an ecstasy of delight "He's going to see the Widder To...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 7 July 1908

KILLING NEAR NEECES WHITE MAX KILLS NEGRO WHO CHASED HIS WIFE. Mr. J. L. Johnson Shot and Killed a Negro Xarakl Lige Walker Who Had Chased His Wife. The Orangeburgj correspondent of The News and. Courier says an other homicide has been recorded in Orangeburg County. Between 8 and 9 o'clock Friday morning J. L. Johnson, white, shot and killed a ne gro named Lige Walker, about two and a half miles from the town of Neeces, in this county. The cause of the shooting was the alleged at tempt on the part of the negro to assault ? the wife of Mr. Johnson. Nothing was known here of the affair until Saturday .morning, when Mr. Johnson chine to the city and sur rendered to Sheriff Dukes. Following is a complete story of the killing and the events leading up to it as told to The News and Courier correspondent by Mr. John son: Mr. Johnson and family live on the place of Mr. J. M. Stephenson, by whom the former is employed, their residences, being about half a mile apart. About 11 o'clock Thurs d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 14 July 1908

State House""' ESTABLISHED EST 18 BRYAN AND THE Tfce Nebraskan Wins by a Large Majority on First , Ballot THE NOMINATION MADE UNANIMOUS ?GREAT GATHERING OP DEMO CRATS COMES TO AN END AFTER ENTHUSIASTIC AND INSPIRING SES SION OF CON VENTION. -Convention Hall, Denver, July 10, 3.40 a. m.?William Jennings Bryan was this morning nominated for pres ident of the United States by the Democratic convention. The nomina tion was made at 3.40 a. m. amid scenes of tumultuous enthusiasm, the vast assemblage breaking en mass into a frenzied demonstration of intensely dramatic tribute to the chosen leader. The first and only ballot gave Bry an the commanding and decisive to tal of 892.% votes, or 221 more than enough to nominate; Gray 59%; was greeted with a pandemonium of sound and motion, floor and gal leries joining in deafening, long continuing tumult. The decision was followed after the lull with motions from the Gray and Johnson leaders to make the no mination unanimous and by accla mation, ...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 14 July 1908

St? ?te and ?tmm*t PUBLISHED TWICE-A-WEEK Tuesday and Friday. Vol. 40. . ..No. 45. Kntereu becond-ututfu matter Jan. 1, 1908, at the postottic? at Or ?ngebnrg, S. C, under the Act o! Congress of March 3, 1879. fa*, l. Sims, Editor and Proprietor. Pa*. Izlar Sims, - Associate Editor. Subscription Rate?. On Tear...?? :..fl.50 ?ix Months. . .75 Three Months.. ..? -.ji w-? ?? .i-..40 Advertising Rates. Transient advertisements $1.00 per Inch for ten insertion and 50 oents for each subsequent h?srtion Itariness NotioeB 10 cents per line for first iassrtion and 5 oents per line for subsequent iBEortdons Cibitnaries, Tributes of Respect, Notice of Bricks, and all notices of a personal or pohti ?1 nature are charged for as regular advertise ?itTi Special Notices, entitled Wanted, Lest, ' Pound, Par Rent, not exceeding twenty-five words, one time, 35 oents; two amea 50 oents; Uoee times, 75 cents and four times $1.00. 3 jiberal contract made with merchants and others who wish to run advertis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 14 July 1908

Lesson III.?Third Quarter, For July 19,1908. THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES. Text of the Lesson, I Sam. xii, 1-5, 13 25?Memory Verses, 23, 24?Golden Text, I Sam. xii, 24?Commentary Prepared by Rev. D. M. Stearns. [Copvright, 1909, by American Press Association.] As in the gospel of John, we had to keep before us the great truth that ? the gospel was written in order that people might receive Jesus Christ as the Son of God and thus have life through Him. So in all the Israel story we must see a people whom God redeemed to Himself to make Him a name in the eyes' of all nations?a peo ple in themselves utterly sinful and yet for whom He wrought as He never had done for any other nation. As we think of their perverseness and His long suffering and unchanging love and then think of ourselves, so much like Israel, and consider how great things He has done for us (verse 24), we must cry out. "Oh, magnify the,Lord with me and let us exalt Hl3 name to gether" (Ts. xxxiv. 3). Why did He choose Israe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 14 July 1908

BIOS ARE OPENED. ? NUMEROUS SITES SUBMITTED FOR PUBLIC BUILDING. Eight Bids Presented From Orango burg Ranging in Price From $3, 800 to $12,500. The supervising architect of the treasury has opened the bids for the purchase of sites for the Federal buildings in South Carolina, authoriz ed by the last sesion of Congress. There were eight bids piesented from Orangeburg for the site and they ranged in fprice from $3,000 to $12,500. Below will be found the names of those bidding, the lei cation of the site and the price ask ed for each. John H. Dukes and Wm: R. Low 2 man, northeast corner Duke's avenue and Broughton street, 130 bv 135, $5,000. Jas. F. Izlar, corner Church and ? Court House Square, 162 by 115, $12.500. Lawrence E. Riley, corner X. Mid delton and Amelia, .135 bv 130, $7,269.75. ? A. C. Dukes, corner Middleton and St. John, 130 by 156. $7,000.; same party, same location, 135 by 130, $7,600. J. E. Bull, corner E. Russell and Lowman, 130 by 135, $12,000. W. Hampton Dukes, co...

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