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

ESTABLISHED IN 16 A MASS OF FLAMES. ' NOTHING CAN SAVE VANCOUVER FROM DESTRUCTION. Fire Fighters Fleeing From Death on Train Encounter a Wall of Flame?A Fight For Life. A dispatch from Vancouver, B. C, says three days the people of Michel have fought for their lives and homes, but at dust Wednesdz the city started, to burn. Nothing can save it from ruin. A gale from the west sprung up in the afternoon. At the edge of the town 100,000 feet of mine timber owned by a coal company caught fire, and four load ed railroad cars standing on the side track were consumed. Two Canadian and Pacific locomotives were hitched to a train to carry the fire fighters away to the west to safety. The train got only a half mile on its journey when it encountered a wall of flames. There was danger of its being, hemmed in and burned with everybody aboard, so the loco motives' were reversed and run back ?with all possible speed. By the time the train returned all the houses on the fiat district back of th Gr...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 7 August 1908

delightful Surprises to Be Found In Midsummer Millinery. iCHIC HATS OF ROUGH STRAW. Tulle a Successful Trimming, of the Season?Conspicuous Among Late Models Are Draped and Frilled Bon nets of Net and Lace. ' The midsummer hats are altogether Ibewitchiug, things quite apart from the - hats to which we grew ac customed during tlie springtime. Not that spring shapes aud trimmings are out of date. Far from it. But the usual weighing and balancing of ex perimental modes have tukeu place, and certain models have been found good and retained. Others have been found ?wanting and relegated to the undis criminatlug buyers. % -? LJguter and more summery trim-. Illings have given a new" aspect to 1 borne of the familiar shapes, and; THE SHEPHERDESS HAT. moreover, a host of new ideas or of new variations upon old ideas have b;.vir seut across seas to us within the ,' past mouth. Hats of rough white straw faced .with green aud trimmed entirely in ' quantities of sprayiug mignonette are cool and p...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 7 August 1908

|Biiiin#mnt??ii>>iiin< A Trick With l><0'ttdviil 0? By HOWARD FIELDING. A1LEY HARROW was a speclal 1st. His employer, John Farns 1 -J worth, had accounts In half a dozen hanks and notes falling due in tweuty others: Like the leaves In Vallombrosa fell John Farnsworth's notes and were caught at the last pos \ sible second?or even later?by the whirlwind of finance which kept them from touching the ground. Bailey Har- j row rode upon the whirlwind and de lighted to guide it in the inteVests of John Farnsworth. Bailey may have been about twenty seven, and he looked like an*actlve lit tle old man, his face deeply lined by wary thinking. On a certain forenoon Bailey came into Farnsworth's private room. ' "Everything's quiet at the Corn." said Bailey, laying a bank book on the desk. "The Corn" was the abbreviation for the name of a national bank. The telephone bell rang, and Fnrns ?worth rose hastily from his chair and "WELL," SAID HE AT LAST, "HERE'S THE JOKER." made a gest...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 7 August 1908

PUBLISHED TWICE-A-WEEK Tuesday and Friday. Vol. 40.No. 45. "Entered as second-clasB matter fan. 1, 1908, at the poBtoffice at Or angehurg, S. C, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. ... L. 81ms, Editor and Proprietor. Izlar Sim?, - Associate Editor. Subscription Ratea. One fear. 81.50 Biz Months. . .. .75 Vbrec Months 40 Advertising Rates. Transient advertisements $1.00 per inch for ?tot insertion and 50 cents for each subsequent Insertion Business Notices 10 cents per-line for first insertion and 5 cents per line for subsequent insertions Obituaries, Tributes of Respect, Notio* of T^-^v?, sad all notices of a pe sonal or politi ?dnature are charged for as regular advertfre Special Notices, entitled Wanted, Lnst, loond, Far Bant, not exceeding twenty-five Words, one time, 35 cents; two times 50 cents; three times, 75 cents and four times $1.00. Liberal contract made with merchants and othe s who wish to rtn ac've'tr ements for three rroaths or longer. Foi ?tos on contract adv...

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. — 7 August 1908

ABOUT THE NEEDS OF GIRLS WHO ARE GOING AWAY TO COLLGE This store has long been headquarters for supplying thf wadrobe needs of young ladies who are going away to college. I From past experience we have learn-d just'what is needed and we make careful selec tion of ?he'things which are best suited to school-day wear and use. Varieties are so complete and the price range so liberal that every fancy can be suited and every requirements met. Among other things we men tion: SHOES AND OXFORDS (the famous "QUEEN QUALITY" brand) at from $2.00 to ?4.00. DRESS MATERIALS which are host suited for making np into pre ty and serviceable garments for school wear, at low est prices. Bedding of all kinds. Couch Covers and fancy Pillow Tops. Neckwear, Glovep, Belts, Rib bons, Toilet Articles, Hand bags, Umbrellas, etc. MAIL ORDERS for any of these goods will be carefuUy filled, and samples sent on request. THEODOPE KORN, OR'ANGEBRG, S. C. Prices $100. and upwards. Invest ment opportunity. ' 18 valuabl...

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. — 7 August 1908

If digestion is weak, don't diet? Don't Starve When the stomach cannot digest all foods, some people eat only ioods that it can digest. That means partial starvation. The various parts of the body re quire different food elements. And ?when some are omitted, some parts are robbed of nourishment. Food will do more than medi cine when we arc dealing with ?weakness. Those with weak digestions need it more than the strong. The right way is to eat what you ?need an* want, thtn let Kodol di gest it For Kodol digests everything. It doesn't rely solely on pepsin, as other digesters do. Pepsin di gests albumen only. Kodol digests starch, fats and phosphates just as well as albu men. It also does what the bowels do toward digestion. It supplies pan creatic juice. Kodol alone does all that the stomach does and all that the bowels do. No other digester completely di gests all foods. . Kodol stops the irritation of un digested food. All pains cease in stantly. It gives the weak stomach rest, A w...

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. — 7 August 1908

I Cm Save You Money New shipment of Buggies, Wagons and Harness con stantly coming in to be sold at Rock Bottom prices. A few more hay rakes on 5iand to be closed out at COST L. E. RILEY. 1,000 Pounds FaESB turnip seed. ALL VARIETIES. Fruit Jars and Fruit Jar Rubbers. For Sale By C. W. PRESCOTT. Kennedy's laxative Cough Syrup CONTAINS HONEY AST) TAR 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, chatt and bronchial tubas. "As pleasant to the taste_ as M^r1- c-,^?i Children Like It For BACKACHE?WEAK KIDNEYS Trj OtVltt's Kldnej and BIsdder Pili??Sur? sad Saft Sold by A. C Dukes, M. D., and a C. Doyle & Co. FOUR GIRLS Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkhain's Vegetable Compound. Read What They Say. MissLillianRos3,530 East 84th Street. New York, writes: "Lydia E. Pinkhatn's Vegeta ble Compound over 1 came irregu 1 an ties, pe Iriodic suffering, a:id I nervous heada...

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. — 7 August 1908

W?SELL STAG PAINT J.W.SMOAK. I On Save You Money : New shipment of Buggies, Wagons "and Harness con stantly coming in to be sold at Rock Bottom prices. A few more hay rakes on Iiand to be closed but at COST L. E. RILEY. the Miter ? whenyou see BS It represents maximirnivalue atmii?munLCost Goes farthest! 0l][eallond(esTWC h)rSaIe by 0 ? 1,000 Pounds FaESII TURNIP SEED. ALL VARIETIES. Fruit Jars and Fruit Jar Rubbers. For Sale By C. W. PRESCOTT. FOUR GIRLS Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkkain's Vegetable Compound. Read What They Say. MissLillianRo33.530 East 84th Street, New York, writes: "Lydia E. Pinkhairi's Vegeta ble Compound over came irregularities, pe riodic suffering, and nervous headaches, after everything else had failed to heip me, and I feel it a duty to let others know of it." KatharinoCraig.2355 Lafayette St., Denver, Col., writes: "Thanks to Lydia E. Pinkbam's Vegetable Compound 1 am well, aftersuffeviug for months from nor vous prostration." Miss Marie Stoltz mau, ...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 7 August 1908

HOW TO VOTE ? ???? FOR COTTON WEIGHER E# THE COMING ELECTION. Tbj? dounty Democratic Executive Committee Has Fixed the Align ment tvf the Clubs of the County. At a recent meeting the County "Democratic Executive Committee decided which clubs should vote for cotton weighers at the different towns ia the county. The clubs of the county will vote for local cotton weighers as follows: At Bowman: Bowman, Cow Cas tle. East Cow .Castle Clubs. At ^ranchville: ' Branchville, Cat tle Creek Clubs. '* At^Cope:. Cope Club. ' At Cordova: Zioii Club. At Elloree: Elloree, Felderville, r .Vs. Horse ftauge, Parlers, Pop lar, Providence Clubs. At Livingston: Livingston Club. At North: Limestone, Long Branch, North, Trinity Clubs. At Norway: Bolen, Norway, Two Mile Swamp Clubs. At Rowesville: Bethel, Bethle hem. Dry Swamp. Edisto, Rowes ville Clubs. A.t Springfield: Hampton, Saw yerdale, Springfield Clubs. At Vanoe: Vance Club. At Woodford: Woodford Club. The following Clubs will only vote for the two ...

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. — 11 August 1908

ESTABLISHED IN 18 FIRE ON TRAIN. ? ?? t STRIKING MINERS KILL THREE AND WOUND ELEVEN. Attack Made in a Cut, the Assailants Shooting from Behind Rocks Dato Special of Non-Union Miners. Thrree men were instantly killed i and eleven injured, two of whom will probably die, when striking miners fired into a passenger tram on the Birmingham Mineral Railroad at Blocton Ala., Sunday morning about 2o'clock. The dead: Conductor Joe T. Collins. O. Z. Dent, Deputy sheriff. i Willard Howell, non-union miner. The train was a special, bearing non-union men to the Blocton mines under guard of soldiers and deputies On the outskirts of the town the en gineer suddenly saw a log across the track and at once a fusilade was fired into the train. The engineer did not stop, but let the cow catcher dirow the log from the track and put on full speed. The place where the attack was made was in a cut. the ground being on the level with the lower part of the windows. The assailants behind the rocks above poured ...

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. — 11 August 1908

PTTBILISHEJ) TWIOB-A-WKBKj - Tuesday and Friday. V Vol. 40.: ? . -No. 45. "Entered as second-class matter fan. 1. 1908, at the postofflce at Or anseburg, S. C, under tfee Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. fas. L. Sims, Editor and Proprietor, /fa*. Izlar Sims. - Associate Editor. Subscription Kates. ' Ose lear. .$1.(50 tlx Months. -75 Shree Months.. -40 Advertising Rate?. Transient advertiaemente $1.00 per inch for Int insertion aid 50 cents for each subsequent - Insertion Bnainees Notices 10 cents per line for first Insertion and 5 cents per line for subsequent Insertions Obituartee, Tributes of Rwpect, Notic* of TWV*, and all notices of a personal or polati a?l nature are charged for as regular advertlae Bents. geecial Notices, entitled Wanted, Lost, Found, Far Rent, not exceeding twenty-five words, one time, 85 cents; two times 50 oents; three times, 75 cento and four times $L0Q. Liberal contract made with merchants and oiho's who wish to run at'vertbements for three mouths or lon...

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. — 11 August 1908

THE SIMOOL, Lesson VII.?Third Quarter, For Aug. 16, 1903. ODD USE FOR BREAD. Watch Factory Uses Forty 2-Pound Loaves a Day. Perhaps the most novel .use to v h'ch read Is put may be seen in <! o great f.Mtoii'x o: tbe B'g'n N ? THE HAPPY FARMER. Many People Thin! He Has Nothing 1 To Do but Enjoy Life. A certain class of newspaper men assert that a farmer is the mo*t |n-!e 1 ^.'^cii* a on earth. and : ha THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES. t iir.a' Watch Ccmpaty at Elg.n. 111., h:..-; nothing to do but enjoy life. That where more than forty loaves of when winter comes and the blizzard's fresh bread are required each day. on the wing he toasts his feet in the Supt. George E. Hunter of the watch oven and reads .Lc local newspaper "Eext of the Lesson, I Sam. xviii, 6-16. Jcmory Verses, 14-16?Golden Text, . Ps. Ixxxiv, 11?Commentary Prepared by Rev. D. M. Stearns. [Copyright, 1903. by American Pr?3 Association.] After David's great victory over Goliath and the defeat of the Philis tines by Israe...

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. — 11 August 1908

n*IG 1>?Y Wf BOWMAN. * ? . PITCHIAN CONVENTION HELD AT . ' K ; THAT RLA?E. ? ? - ... .;\,- i Meeting ^^sdedT ' Orer by Hon. Robert Lidc^-Speeches Made and Splendid Picnic Followed. The Knights of Pythias Conven tion, of \ha 11tii district, held at Bowman, was. carried out success fully. A large dumber of men, wo meu and children from the sur rounding country, and not a few from the neighboring towns, took in the'ltesUvitiea of the occasion. The announcement was made that Col. Armstrong, of Charleston, and Prof. Rem'fceVf;'of. Wofiford College, woiird 'm'iike "addresses in the after noon, and th'j*ie would be followed by a big public picnic. 'All ' 6?: "tfhe ivttii?ble-' space in the ibei&dUfaJ oak grove not taken up by the tables and-the place allotted for the speaking, was soon crowded with vehicles of every description. . The ; meeting was. presided over by Hon. Robert Lide, of Orangeburg. /who introduced the speakers with appropriate remarks for the occa sion. Prof. Rember...

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. — 14 August 1908

ESTABLISHED IN V BRYAN NOT O F * Acceptance Speech Strong Plea For Government of and by the People. IS CHEERED BY IMMENSE CROWD THOUSANDS APPLAUD AS NOMI NEE READS HIS SPEECH' OP ACCEPTANCE?NOTHING TO MAR THE CER EMONIES. Lincoln, Neb. August 12.?Under ;the burning rays of an almost tropi cal sun, and in the presence of a vast assemblage, which cheered him to the echo, WilliamJ. Bryan to-day received from Henry D. Clayton, of Alabama, formal notification of his nominaton for the Presidency of the United States. Thrice honored by the Democra tic party as its standard-bearer, Mr. Bryan plainly exhibited the "pleasure it gave him once again to proclaim the principles for which he stood. His nomination for a third time, he declared in his speech of ac ceptance, could only be explained by a substantial and undisputed growth In the principles and policies for whish he, with a multitude, of others "had contended. "As these princi ples and policies,*' he said, "have given me whatever politi...

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. — 14 August 1908

Taft's Long Record on the Gov \ eminent Payroll. ?THE SECESSION OF HEARST. independent Party Convention Little More Th.jn a Joke?Its Candidates Arouse No Enthusiasm ? Movement Inspired by a Spirit of Revenge?The .* pompers Cablegram. I \ By WILLIS J. ABBOT. ' GfVen Norman E. Mack, the owner W the Buffalo Times, for chairman; tTJrey Woodsou, the owner of the ?wousboro Messenger, for secretary, and Governor Baskell, formerly a newspaper man of Oklahoma, for treasurer, it would look as if the Dem ocratic party r.as going into this cam paign pretty weil fortified by working members of the press. Mr. Bryan 'himself bas not ,been lucking In his newspaper activities. Sometimes, in deed, he bas been jeered at by the Op position because in 1S9G before he was nominated be was wri..ng articles for the Omaha World-Herald. It seems curious that the only thing a ma i can do without being ridiculed by the Re publican press is to be a federal judge and issue Injunctions against labor, as did Mr. Ta...

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. — 14 August 1908

WHATS IN A NAME A decided frown was wrinkle.. S deep in the Girl's placid <row, also a decidedly rebellious gleam in the usually laughing eyes, and h the red lips did quiver as the form of the Boy swung rapidly down the street, ?with squared shou-ders and not even a backward glance, it was more from anger; than from sorrow. "I don't care if this is his first night home after a year?I did just right! Why should I explain to him? Ee ought to have more confidence In me than that. I dont' care It he did go away cross." Then, as ehe brushed away an angry little tear which persisted in rolling down her flushed, round cheek, she quick ly tore to shred3 an Innocent piece of paper. That very paper had caused it all. She had been so glad to see him after his long absence, and they had sucn a pleasant evening together, and when he slipped the beautiful ring on her willing finger?the ring that meant so much to them both?their cup of happiness was inceed full. Then?then came the tragedy! He h...

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. — 14 August 1908

PUBLISHED TWIOB-A-WEEX Tuesday and Friday. Vol. 40. . ..No. 45. "Entered aa second-class matter fan. 1, 1908, at the postofflce at Or angeburg, S. C, under the Act ot Congress of March 3, 1879. 9m. L. Sims, Editor and Proprietor. 9ns. Izlar Sims. - Associate Editor. Subscription Kates. One Year.51.50 Sis Months. .. .. .75 ffhree Months...40 Advertising Rate*. Transient advertisements $1.00 per inch for Snrt insertion and 50 cents for each subsequent Insertion ' Business Notices 10 cents per line for first Insertion and 5 cents pet line for subsequent Insertions. ! ?? OWtTaries, Tributes of Respect, Notioe of tnanks, and all notices of a peisonal or politi Cklsatore are charged for as regular advertise Bjwdal Notices, entitled Wanted,' Lost, found, Far Rent not exceeding twenty-five ( Voids, one time, 85 cents; two timeB 50 cents; three times, 75 cents and four times $1.00. Liberal contract made with merchants and othe.3 who wish to run adverth amenta for three months or longer. For ...

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. — 14 August 1908

BRYAN NOTIFIED OF NOMINATION. (Continued from page one.) I '? up i'i .he recent He,>.i.?;iej.n national convention, the plank was repudiat ed by a vote, of 880 to 94. Here, too, Mr. Taft has been driven to ap ologize for his convention and to de clare himself in favor of a publicity law; and yet, if you will read what he says upon this subject, you will find that his promise falls far short of the requirements of the'situation. He says: "If I am elected president, I shall urge upon congress, with every hope of success, that a law be passed re quirng the filing, in a federal office, of a rt.itement of the contributions' received by committees and candida tes lu elections for members of con gress, and in such other elections as are constitutionally within the con trol of congress." I shall not embarrass him by ask ing him upon what he bases his hope of success; it is certainly not cn any encouragement he has receiv ed from Republican leaders. It is sufficient to say that if his hop...

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. — 14 August 1908

One requires more than pepsin to Digest All Food Most digesters, put up in dry form, depend almost solely on pep sin, f But pejpsin digests albumen only. 3Not starch, not fats, not phos phates. 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 ihat you want, and Kodol com pletely digests them. It does all that the healthy stom ?ch 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 after any deal in your own stomach. We have never found another idigester 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 nev...

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. — 14 August 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. 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 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 after any tneal 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 irritatr. the^ inflamed lining. Complete rest neve...

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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