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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 24 July 1908

WILL LIVE HERE. COL. COWARD WILL RESIDE L\ ORANGEBURG. This Gallant Soldier and Distinguish ed Educator Wi?l Receive a Warm Welcome Prom Oar People. , The Charleston Post says that "'Col. Asbury Coward, for many years past superintendent of the South Carolina Military Academy, left Charleston ou Saturday afternoon over the Southern railway at 5 o'clock for Orangeburg, where he .?will make his home with his daugh ter, Mrs. J. E. Glover. Col Coward "has resided in the city so long, and has become so closely identified with the best interests of Charleston that lie seems a native of the place, and Ais moving away means a great loss "Col. Coward has a host of friends in the city, who Tegret his removal, but will always hold pleasant mem ories of the associations in the past. The colonel will visit Charleston from time to time, and a hearty wel come will always await him. The duties connected with the Citadel will call him back to the city until the opening of the new session, the first ...

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 July 1908

ESTABLISHED EN 18i ROBBERS IN BOSTON. ELEVEN PERSONS SHOT BY TWO - MEN WEDNESDAY NIGHT. They are Believed to Belong to Band of Three Robbers Who Shot Up Saloon Night Before. A dispatch from Boston says that ?eleven persons were shot Wednesday night, three of them probably fa tally, by. two desperadoes, who on being pursued by policemen and a crowd of citizens fled for two miles through, a thickly settled district of Jamacia Plain, firing madly r'. ht and left and' disappeared in the woods near Franklin Park. The men are believed to be two of the gang of three who robbed a saloon in Jamacia Plain Friday night, after killing one man and wounding two others. Herbert E. Knox, night watchman of the Forest Hills Cemetery, who was shot in the abdomen.died at Emergency Hos pital. Mrs. Delia Fallon is one of the seriously injured of the victims. She was standing in front of her home with her baby in her arms, ? when the two men, pursued by a crowd came down the street. As they passed her one...

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 July 1908

PUBLISHED rWIOE-A-WEEK Tuesday and Friday. Vol. 401 . ..No. 45. - fcmtered ? as ?ecuu?-cicsss matter fan. 1, IP08, at the postofflce at Or> angehurg, S. C, under the Act ot Congress of March 3, 1879. fas. L. 81ms, Editor and Proprietor, fas. Izlar Sims, - Associate' Editor. Subscription Rates. Ope Tear.. .* ..$1.50 Kx Months. ?? -?W Three Months...40 Advertising Rates. Transient advertisements $1.00 per inch for txxt inaextion and 50 cents for each subsequent lasertioa ? - _ . > Easiness Notices 10 oents per line for flat insertion and 5 oents per line for snbsequent . taOWtoaries, Tributes of Respect, Notice of w.?k and all notioes of a personal or pohta oaln?ture are charged for as regular advertise Special Notioes, entitled Wanted, Lost, tomaTVai Bent, not exceeding twenty-five words, one time, 85 cents; two times 50 cents; three times, 75 cents and four tunes 81.00. Liberal contract made with merchants ana othe'S who wish to ren advertisements for time months or longer. Fo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 28 July 1908

Lesson V.--Third Quarter, For Aug. 2, 1908. THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES. Text <rf the Lesson/ I 8am. xvi, 1-13. armory Verses, 11, 12?Golden Text, I Sam. xvi, 7?Commentary Prepared by Rev. D. M. Stearns. [Copyright, 1908, by American Press Association.J When the Lord told Samuel that Saul could no longer be lung it grieved/him ao that be cried unto the Lord all night, and. although he went to see h?m no more, he continued to mourn for him (chapter zv, 11, 35); hence the opening words of our lesson chapter, "How long wilt thou mourn for Saul seeing I have rejected him from reignr ing over Israel?" It is well to remind ourselves that the cause of Saul's be ? > lug rejected by the Lord was his re jection of the word of the Lord <xv, . 23, 26). for in these days the word of the Lord Is being rejected by many - who still profess to be His friends, but It cannot be. for those who reject or even question the word of God are in the service of Him whose first record ed utterance was, "...

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 July 1908

FARMER'S INSTITUTE. "FARMERS OF THIS AND ADJOIN ING COUNTIES INVITED. The Institute AVilMJe Conducted by -Specialtists on Agricultural Mat ters. The Farmers Institute will be held In the Court House in this city on Friday, beginning at ten o'clock a. m. The farmers of Orange burg and adjoining counties are extended a cordial invitaton to be present by the city council and chamber of Commerce of Orangeburg. Every farmer will find it to his advantage to be present ?s a? great deal of good may be derived from the in stitute. /The following Specialtists on Agri cultural .natters will be. present and will give valuable information: Dr. J. N. Harper, Director of In stitute. Dr. Seaman A. Knapp, of the De partment of Agriculture, in charge of Farm Demonstration In South Carolina. Mr. Stewart, Horticulturist of the Department of Agriculture. Mr. Goodrich, of Department of Agriculture, in charge of Farm Management. Col. J. S. Newman, of the Faculty of Clemson College. Dr. Neighbor, of the De...

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. — 31 July 1908

ESTABLISHED EST 18 ATTACK YOUNG LADY. .'BOLD EFFORT OF UNKNOWN MAN AT ROCK HILL. Citizens Aroused- at Dastardly At tempt at Assault on Young Lady? ? No Clue to Assailant. An attempt at crime occurred at Rock Hill Wednesday evening which for its ! boldness is unheard of in that section. A young lady, living 4n west Main street, was grabbed ?and gagged while on the back porch ?of her home. Fortunately her as sailant was frightened away without any serious harm being done if such wag hi3 purpose. As to the intent of assault no one can say. The young lady, who is the highly respected young dauguter of one of the best citizens, is in a highly nerv ous condition but could tell quite ?clearly of the occurrence. About 10.30 o'clock she stepped out upon the back porch to get a drink of water. She had walked to the spigot and was in the act of raising the dipper when she heard a slight noise behind her. .When.she raised her head to see what it was she saw a man, quite a good deal taller than ...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 31 July 1908

f?ryan's Selection a Victory For j the People. I , -....>?> iLABOR IN THE CAMPAIGN. Reasons For the Belief That the Vote j of Organized Workincjmen Will Go Largely to the Democratic Candidate. Hearst's New Party an Outgrowth of Personal Pique. By WILLIS J. ABBOT. I The center of Democratic political | activity after shifting from Denver to j Lincoln has-shifted now to Chicago, j On the 25th of July Mr. Bryan met ihere with the subcommittee of the na tional committee which had been se lected to choose a national chairman. .The Republicans waited nearly three weeks after their nominations before they determined upon the man who should be the manager of the cam paign. I do not think they made any mistake in selecting Frank H. Hitch cock, for his experience in gathering delegates for Taft has ? given him a ?knowledge of the national situation such as no other man in the Republic-) an party whose name was mentioned possesses; The Democratic party faced a differ ent problem. Nobody ...

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. — 31 July 1908

THE BANK OF SPRINGFIELD. Undivided Profits, i .. .. ttJ.POO.00 : Capital.. ... ... .... .#W0,000.oo j Officers. L. M. 'Mims, President; Jno. McB Bean, V. P.; J. B. Smith. Cashier Edith Phillips, Asst, Directors. L. M Minis. Jno Bean. Joe. A. Her:.. 1. 3 ?->*???????'?/ I? Hul lo, J. V? .', ti..?..cr. H a vjiliiia. T. L. Gleaton, O. C. Salley. An business intrusted to us re ceives careful, olncial attention. Leave your Surplus funds wjtb ue ?t four i>f>?- ?;*m -l>rest PIANO AND ORGAN ECONOMY. If you are interested in the pur chase of a PIANO or an ORGAN, we want to sell you one. Don't thin'i you must go to, some mail order uouse to buy a low pric ed -piano or organ; nor outside of South Carolina to get the best piano or organ. We have a great variety of grades, and all styles, at prices which cannot fail to interest you. We are manufacturers factory re presentatives for several of the largest and most famous makers of planes and organs. ^r:. We take old instruments in ex c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 31 July 1908

8b* Wmmn& famuli PUBLISHED TWICE-A-WEEK Tae*day and Friday. VoL 40..No, 45. "Entared es second-class matter fan. 1, 1908, at the poaiomce at Or aageburg, 8. C, under the Act ot Congress of Marsh 3, 1879. 9a*. L. Sims, Editor and Proprietor, fas. Mar Sims, ? Associate Editor. Snbscription Bate*. One Tear.???> (Pix Months.? ? ? ? ??75 ff&ree Months.. .. . .40 Advertising Bates. Transient advertisements $L00 per inch for trat Insertion sod 50oents for ?ach subsequent toertion ,. * ?_* BasinefiB Notioea 1C wrta per line for flirt Insertion and 5 oenta per line for subsequent ^SSteriM, Tributes of Respect, Notic* of Tbsnto, and all notices of a personal or politi aal nature are charged for as regular advertiae *Si?dal Notices, entitled Wanted, Lort, ffoiod. Far Bent, not exceeding twenty-fire words, one time, 35 oenta; two time* 50 cents; sane times, 75 cents and four tunes $100. liberal contract mada with merchants and otheis who wish to run advertisements for One Booths or l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 31 July 1908

index of the Character of Any Community. HINTS ON PLANTING THEM. <rfv? Each Tree Enough Room So That When Fully Grown Its In-, dividual Beauty Will Not Be Lost. Car? of Young Stock, Street trees and their condition are Sargely an Index, for they have much to do with the character and growth of a city- or town. While they add much to the comfort and pleasure of the inhabitants, the evident determina tion, to be comfortable bespeaks the character of the people. Not only do street trees concern the present, bnt assures one of still better results hi the future. If one bnt takes the trouble to look the matter up it will be found that a majority of the larger cities east of the Mississippi started as well planted, well cared for villages. Often this marvelous growth may be traced back to where some enthusiastic individual or email band of workers determined that their village should be made beau tiful and attractive to home seekers. Many can. if they would, start this work with a swin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 31 July 1908

One requires more than pepsin to Digest All Food Most digesters, put up in dry form, depend almqst solely on pep sin. But pepsin digests albumen only. Not starch, not fats, not " phos phates. i Nor can pepsin do what the'bow els do toward digestion. Yet tha is almost half. A perfect digester requires that ms.ny ingredients be perfectly bal anced. And they must be in liq uid form. Kodol is such a digester. Eat what you need of the foods that you want, and Kodol com pletely digests them. It docs all that the healthy stom ach does?all that the bowels do. One can see it do this, under proper conditions, by applying a little Kodol- to a mixture of food in a test tube. Or you can prove it afcer any zneal in your own stomach. We have never; found another "digester which does what Kodol does. When the stomach is weak, a perfect digester is of vital import ance. The stomach, to recover, must have complete rest. There must be no undigested food to irritate the inflamed lining. Complete rest n...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 31 July 1908

One requires more than pepsin to Digest All Food Most digesters, put up in dry form, depend almost solely on pep sin. But pepsin digests albumen only. Not starch, not fats, not phos phates, i Nor can pepsin do what the'bow els do toward digestion. Yet that is almost half. A perfect digester requires that many ingredients be perfectly bal anced. And they must be in liq uid form. Kodol is such a digester. Eat what you need of the foods that you want, and Kodol com pletely digests them. It does all that the healthy stom ach docs?all that the bowels do. One can see it do this, under proper conditions, by applj-ing a little Kodol to a mixture of food in a test tube. Or you can prove it after any meal in your own stomach. We have never; found another digester which does what Kodol does. When the stomach is weak, a perfect digester is of vital import ance. The stomach, to recover, must have complete rest. There must be no undigested food to irritate the inflamed lining. Complete rest never...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 31 July 1908

L. E. RILEY. JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER LOT OP UP-TO-DATE BUGGIES OP MY MAKES' CALL AND SEE THEM BEFORE YOU BUY 1,000 Pounds msn TURNIP SEED. ALL VARIETIES. Fruit Jars and Fruit Jar Rabbers. For Sale By C. W. PRESCOTT. Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup CONTAIHS HONEY AST) TAR Relieves Colds by working them out of ?the system through a copious and Wealthy ?otion of the bowels. - Relieves Coughs by cleansing the mucous membranes of the throat, cbteft *ad bronchial tubes. "As pleasant to She taste as Maple Sugar" Children Like It For BACKACHE?WEAK KIDNEYS Trj StWItft Kldoar and Bladder Piiis?Surt ud Sift Sold by A. C Dukes, M. D., and A. C. Doyle & Co._ ?eo. Slacker & Son., Charleston, S. C. How many American women in lonely homes to-day long for this blessing to come into their lives, and to be able to utter, these words, but because of some organic derange ment this happiness is denied them. Every "woman interested in this subject should know that prepara tion for healthy maternity i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 31 July 1908

L. E. RILEY. just received another LOT OF UP-TO-DATE BUGGIES OF MY MAKES CALL AND SEE THEM BEFORE YOU BUY 1,000 Pounds FivESfl TURNIP SEED. ALL VARIETIES. Fruit Jars and Fruit Jar Rubbers. For Sale By C. W. PRESCOTT. Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup CONTAINS HONEY AND TAH Relieves Colds by working them out of -the system through a copious and Wealthy action of the bowels. - Relieves Coughs by cleansing the mucous membranes of the throat, chert and bronchial tubes. "As pleasant to the fast? as Maple Sugar'* Children Like It For BACKACHE?WEAK KIDNEYS Try OtWItt'i Kldnar and Bladder Pills?Sun and Safe Sold by a. C Dukes, M. D., and a. C. Doyle & Co._ fieo. Slacker & Son., Charleston, S. C. How many American women in lonely homes to-day long for this blessing to come into their lives, and to be able to utter, these words, but because of some organic derange ment this happiness is denied them. Every woman interested in this subject should know that prepara tion for healthy maternit...

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. — 31 July 1908

BURGEON GEN. WYMAN GIVES SOME TIMELY ADVICE. Says Breeding of-Mftsquitoes Can be Prevented by .* Few Simple Pre cautions. The Washington correspondent of the News and Courier says: -Surgeon General Wyman, of the public health and marine hospital service, is giv ing some timely advice in this week's if- bulletin of the service on the sub ject of the prevenelon and destruc tion of the mosquito. He considers this one of the most Important mat ters that could come before the peo ple of the country at this time, and urgently begs them to heed his ad vice. The habit of the mosquito in feed ing on the blood of man and other animals, the Surgeon General says, the irritating character of its bite and the more or less vague suspicion that it is connected* in some way with the propagaton of disease have always given the mosquito a certain and economic significance. But the demonstration of recent years of the essential part played by this insect In the propagation of fil arias is, (ele phantia...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 4 August 1908

ESTABLISHED IN 18 ONE HUNDRED KILLED FLAMES WORK HAVOC IN BRI TISH COLUMBIA. Several Villages Destroyed and Thou sands are Homeless and Destitute. Relief Askea of Winnipeg. As a result of bush fires that start ed Saturday and still range for many j miles, Fernie, B. C, is wiped off the map; Michel, 14 miles distant, is in flames and the fate of Posmer, Ol sen and Sparwood, intervening: towns is in doubt, as they are cut off from communication. More than 100 lives were reported Jost, 74 of them in Fernie. A terri tory 100 square miles in extent is a seething mass of flames. Through out it are scattered hundreds of lumber men and prospects, so that the actual loss of life will not be known for days. Much property of the Canadian Pacific and the Great Northern railways is destroyed, in cluding bridges and rolling s'ock burned, so \that it is impossible to ?enter or leave the burning area. In habitants of the affected towns have fled to open country to seek safety. The railway companies...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 4 August 1908

PUBLISHED TWTCE-A-WEEK Tuesday and Friday. VoL 40. . . . i .. ...No. 45. "Jsiniered aa . second-ciasa matter *an.l, 1908, at the postofllce at Or aageburg, S. C, under the Act ot Owogreaa ot March 3, 1879. L. Staus, Editor and Proprietor. 9**. Izlsr Sims. ? Associate Editor. Subscription Kates. Oae Tear.. .. .. ....?1.50 MX Months... . . .75 dree Months..40 Advertising Rates. Tjcaosient advertisementa $1j?0 per inch for first insertion and SO oenta for each subsequent hwwrtion ? ; . BusineSB..Notices 10 cents per Ihr tor first baextiori. and 6 cents per line for b.:-deqaent insertions Obituaries,' Tributes of Respect, Notion or Thaulra, and all notices of a pe:nonal or politi aol nature are charged for as regular advertise Special Notices, entitled Wanted, Lost,! Ji/und, Far Bent, not esceediag twenty-five irords, one time, 35 cents; two times 50 cents; 'three thnea, 75 cents and four times $1.00. Liberal contract made with merchants and othere who wish to run advoruVemsnts for thre...

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. — 4 August 1908

Lesson VI.?Third Quarter, For Aug. 9, 1908. THE INTERNATIONAL SEF.IE3. Text of the Lesson, I Sam. xvit, 38-49. Memory Verses, 48, 49?Golden Text, Pa. xi, 1-^-Commentary Prepared by Rev. D. M. Stearns. (Copyright. 1908, by American Press Association.] "We saw in last week's lesson that after David had been anointed in the midst of his brethren with oil by Sam uel and with the Holy Spirit by God he returned to his flocks. Saul, being troubled by an evil spirit by God's permission, for if the truth is rejected God allows delusion to take us (II Thess. II, 10, 11). was recommended by his servants to employ one who could play skillfully on the harp to quiet and spothe him. David, the son of Jesse, was mentioned as a suitable man. He was sent for and 'came, and Saul loved him greatly, and he became his armor bearer, and God gave him success in driving away the evil spirit (rvi, 114-23). After this David returned again to feed his father's sheep at Bethlehem (xvii. 15), and doubtless he ca...

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. — 4 August 1908

THE SM SCHOOL Lesson VI.?Third Quarter, For Aug. 9, 1908. THE INTERNATIONAL SEF.1E3. Text of ":ho Lesson, I Sam. xvii, 38-49. Memory Verses, 48, 49?Golden Text, Ps. xi, 1?Commentary Prepared by Rev. D. M. Stearns. [Ooprright, 190S, by American Press Association.] We saw In last week's lesson that after David had been anointed in the midst of his brethren with oil by Sam- ? uel and with the Holy Spirit by God he returned to his flocks. Saul, being troubled by an 'evil spirit by God's permission, /or If the truth is rejected God allows delusion to take us (II Thess. IL 10, 111. was recommended by his jservants to employ one who could play skillfully on the harp to quiet and spothe him. David, the son of Jesse, was mentioned as a suitable man. He was sent for and "came, and Saul toved him greatly, and he became his armor bearer, and God gave him success in driving away the evil spirit (xvt 14-23). After this David returned again to feed his father's sheep at Bethlehem (xvli. 15), and d...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 4 August 1908

f?RftiRS INSTITUTE $ -7??? HELft Df OR^GEB?BXr ?X LAST FlUDAY. Persons Interested in. Agriculture Hear Highly Interesting and Bene ficial Addresses. The Orangeburg correspondent of the State, says an event of unusual ! interest, and .importance to persons interested, in agriculture was the Cflemson college \farmers" Institute held here. Friday. The court house was comfortably filled with represen tative citizens, of, all .classes, and, while special . effort was made to reach the farmers, the proceedings were such as would benefit men In every line of business. The. morning session convened at 11 i "?l?K.-k and up to ihe dinner hour three speeches had, been made and the attention and? applause accord 'ed each speaker was" conclusive evi dence that their work in behalf, of the fariners/of. South Carolina is not in vain and that great material bene fit will result, * ? ., Col. J. S., Newman spoke on agri culture in general and labor-saving ed out many ways in which farm-ex penses can ...

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