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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 4 September 1908

If digestion is weak, don't diet? Don't Starve When the stomach cannot digest ?II foods, some people cat only foods that it can digest. That means partial starvation* The various parts of the body re quire different food elements. And when some arc omitted, some parts are robbed of nourishment. Food will do more than medi cine when we are dealing with weakness. Those with weak digestion's need it more than the strong. The right waj' is to eat what you reed and want, then let Kodol di gest it. For Kodol digests everything. It doesn't rely solely on pepsin, r.s 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 docs and all that the bowels do. No other digester completely di gests all foods. Kodol stops the irritation of un digested food. AH 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. — 4 September 1908

Now Is The Time to ?et a HAY RAKE at COST. 1 am not going to handle hay rakes any longer and will sell stock on hand at cost. A ?ne lot of one and two horse wagons at greatly reduced prices. CALL AT? L. E. RiLEY'S 1,000 Pounds F^ESfl TURNIP SEED ALL VARIETIES. Fruit Jars and Fruit Jar Rubbers. For Sale By W. PRESCOTT. ? Prices $100. and upwards. Invest ^_nient-..- opportunity. ..- valuable t Building Lots on Fairview (the su burb beautiful) for sale, located and having such measurements as shown above. First buyers get best bar gains. For terms see DR. D. J. HYDRICK Land For Sale. I have for sale sixty-five (G5) acres of improved farming land near ? the town of Neeces, S. C; with dwell ing and outbuildings thereon. L. P. Zeigler, 7-Sl-tf. Neeces, S. C. We who are poor can get some satisfaction from the knowledge that our heirs will not quarrel over what we leave. This woman says that afie;r months of suffering- Lydia E\ Pinkham's Vegetable Compound made her as well as ever. Maude K ...

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. — 4 September 1908

Now Is The Time to get a HAY RAKE at COST. i am not going to handle hay rakes any longer and will sell stock on hand at cost. A lino lot of one and two horse vrac*>ns at greatly reduced prices. CALL AT? L. E. RILEY'S 1,000 Pounds FiJSfl TURNIP SEED ALL VARIETIES, Fruit Jars and Fruit Jar Rubbers. For Sale By Pricj^s SJOO. and upwards. Invest* l_meut opportunity. IS valuable ? Building Lot* on Fairview (the su burb beautiful) for sale, located and having such measurements us shown above. First buyers get best bar gains. For terms sec Ml. I). J. HYBRICK Land For Sale. I have for sale sixty-five (Co) acres of improved farming land near the town of N'eeces. S. C. with dwell ing aud outbuildings thereon. L. P. Zeiglcr, 7-Sl-tf. Neeces, S. C. We who are poor can gel some satisfaction from the knowledge that our heirs will not quarrel over what we leave. Tliis woman says that after months of suffering Lydia Er Pinkham's Vegetable Compound matte her as well as ever. Maude R Forgie, of Le...

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. — 4 September 1908

BIG LOSS BY FIRE. SEVERAL STORES BURNED IX BRAACHVILLE MONDAY. The Money Ixws Ls Said to be Be tween Fifty and Sixty Tfiousnnd liolhirs. A big fire visited Branehville on last Monday morning at two o'clock. Several of the most prominent stores in the town wore destroyed, entailing a loss of fifty or sixty thousand dol lars. The origin of the fire ls not known. It originated in the store of Dukes & Co., and in a short time after be ing discovered the store and its con tents were in ashes. Mr. A. F. If. Dnkes. who managed this business, says his stock of goods was worth '$16,000 aud his building $7.000. with insurance to the amount of $i:;,000. H. Berry Co., next door to Dukes &. Co.. had stock of $6.000; loss $4,500, insurance $3,600. F. P. Bellinger, loss $6.000. insur ance $4.500. Mr. Bellinger occupied the upstairs of the building that "he kept store in, as a residence, and he says that his loss is about $1,000 with no insurance. J. B. Henderson, loss partial, his buiiding...

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. — 8 September 1908

A S Salle v ?' ESTABLISH! Stoto SMITH BEATS EVANS IN SENATORIAL RACK BY LARGE* ? MAJORITY. Swearingen Is Elected Over Melli ehamp and Cansler Leads Caugh mai for Rail Road Commissioner. The following is the result of the State primary as reported up to one ?o'clock Wednesday morning: United States Senator. Jno. Gary Evans. . .30,043 E. D. Smith.4S>,3.">9.0 State Supt. of Education. Stiles R. Mellichamp. , .31,407 ?I. E. Sweitringen. >, 40,959 Kail Road Commissioner. ?las. Cans I er.36,521 Banks L. Caughniau. . .30,178 Smith is elected United States Sen- j ator over Evans by a large majority, Swearingen defeats Mellichamp for State Superintendent of Education by a safe majority and the race for Rail Road Commissioner is nip and tucJr between Cansler and Caughmau. Cansler Is little in the lead. It can not be said who will win in this race. OUTLOOK SEEMS BRIGHT. Parker Returns From West With Good News Fof Democrats. Former Judge Alton B. Parker, who .has returned from a visit ...

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 September 1908

PUBLISHED TWIC5E-A-WEEK Tuesday and Friday. VoL 40.? N6. 57. "Entered as second-class matter fan. 1, 1903, at the postofflce at Or ?ngaborg, S. C, under the Act of Pongrees of March 3, 1879. _ 9mm, Ii. Sims, Editor and Proprietor. Pa*. Islar Sfana. ? Associate Editor. Snbscription Bates. One Tear. ..$1.50 Months.. .. .. .. ?? '75 Months..-40 .Advertising Bates. Tmudcat advertisement*! $1X0 per Inch for Sort inaertion and 50 cents for each subsequent faMttion . Bsaiaett Notices 10 oeatB per line for first Insertion and 5 cents per lias for subsequent Cbitaaries, Tribute* of Rotp**, Notice of Thanks, and all notiosa of a petaoual or pohti arfaarnm ore charged for as regahu- adverbae "^ftScial Notice?, entitled Wanted, Lcat, Pood, Ear Rent, not exceeding t*renty-frre ?croda^one time,S5 centa; iwojfoee^ cents; tkxee timce, 75 cents and fqur times S1.00. liberal contract made with merchants ana ?Che? who wish to run advertisements for tfecea months orjonger*- Foi sates on contract ?dmtis...

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 September 1908

CHAPTER I. The Girl With the pillions. ** ? TIE widow just now is the I queen of <>m* diplomatic ehess. II bbhrd,.,i sighed the Marsovinn * amhassador'spretty wife. "She ?wilt l?e here toiiijrhr. ? My husband is hauginc over the. banisters watching for her." "Bot what reason?" "Oh. he has exactly twenty million reasons for"? "I don't understand," murmured M. de Jolidon. "No? Then you laro probably the only bachelor in Paris Nvtao d*esn't 8he was the daughter of a poor Mnr sortau farmer?no dowry hut her beauty. An enormously rich old bank er named Sadowa. wealthiest man in Marsovia, fell In love with Her. mar: ried her and did her the exquisitely graceful favor of dying a week later. She Inherited his whole fortune?$20, 000.000." ' "And now I suppose she has come to I'arhi to speud itVv "Oh, the money is safe enough for the present, I believe, in the Bank of JGHT. 1908, BY HENRY W. S. AS a .?^."??<" mirrieu on wan me message the speaker waddled into the room. He Wfite ? Stou...

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 September 1908

COUNTY ELECTION SMITH BEATS EVAA'S BY SEV ERAL HUNDRED. All the Precincts In.the County Heard ?? ? '? v, Vroxa Except Cattle Creek and Uamptou. The following is the vote In . Orangebtug> County as far as heard from: ?**?'' . United States Senator. i .Jno. Gary Evans.i El D. Smith.. 1?12 State Siipt. of Education. Stales R. McUichump. . .2820 ?). E. Sweiulngcn.2:i8 ICnil fioad Commissioner. -las. Canslet-.910 Ranks L. Caughmnn. . . .2185 House of Representatives. . T. P. Horger.1710 M. O'liiley..1360 f - I .? County Supervisor. M. C. Edwins. .1454 F. .*. D. Felder.1598 County Sapt. of Education. E. H. Heuser. . . . '. . .1391 L. W. Livingston. . A. .176? Hoiger goes to the Legislature, Felder Is elected Supervisor and Liv ingston is elected Superintendent of Education. The vote to he heard from will not. change this result. The above is the "total vote of the County with the exception of Cattle Creek and Hampton precincts. These two clubs polled about eighty votes in the last prim...

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 September 1908

COUNTY ELECTION SMITH EEATS EYAXS BY SEV ERAL HUNDRED. AH the Precincts in the County Heard From Except Cattle Creek and. Hampton! The following is the vote in Orangoburg- County as far as heard fr?nt: ? -' United States Senator. .Jno. Gar; Evans.l !<>:: E. I>. Smith.191_ State Siipt. of Education. Stiles K. McUichanfp. . .2820 ?i. E. Swearingen._:{k ________ Jloil uoud Commissioner. Jas. Cansler.5>10 i Bunks Ii. Caughman. . . .2185 j Mottse of Representatives. T. V. Horger.1710 M. O'llilcy.1360 i ________ County Supervisor. M. C. Edwins.1454 F. .1. I>. Felder.HS9H County Supt. of Education. E. II. Houser. ..... .is&l Ii. IV. Li vi Jigs ton. . .v . .176? Horger goes to the Legislature. Felder is elected Supervisor and Liv ingston is elected Superintendent of Education. The vote to be heard from will not change this result. The above is the "total vote of the County wUh the exception of Cattle Creek and Hampton precincts. These two clubs polled about eighty votes i...

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 September 1908

ESTABLISHED IN IS CAUGHMAN AHEAD. HAS A LEAD OF 797 VOTES OVER CANSLER. Smith Leads Evans by Altont 30,000 Votes and Swearingen Leads Melli champ by About 13,000 Votes. The following is the result of the Second primary all over the State ac cording to a phone message received from The State at one o'clock last night: United States Senator. E. D. Smith.09,21$ John Gary Evans . . . .39.659 j State Supt. of Education. Stiles R. Mellichamp. . .48.291 J. E. Swea'ringer.61.2S8 Rail Road Commissioner. Jas. Cansler. . . . .54,612 Ranks L. Caughman ; . .55,409 NEGROES FOR RRVA\. Silent Rebuke Will Be Administered to Roosevelt Administration. Declaring that eight hundred thousand or nine hund -d thousand negro voters of the country wiIf cast their ballots next November' for Hry an, as a rebuke to the Roosevelt ad ministration for its treachery fh dealing with the negro soldiers, and Lily White propaganda of the South, which means the political death of j the American negro, the Rev. Syl- j ve...

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. — 11 September 1908

' S \J C^xv<^<^v COPYR CHAPTER III. The Garden Fete. ^HllE gardens of ?Inte. Sonla Sa 1down's villa, just outside Paris, were gtiyjy decorated fas a j ?- * la ./ti fete. The grounds were* j (dotted with laughing groups of bright ly dressed men and women, for Sonia Jiad particularly requested <li it all her Alarsovirui guests wear their pictur esque native costutue. and the result ?was a veritable kaleidoscopic carnival ?of color, a perfect riot of gorgeous hues and strikiag figures. Ambassador Popoff, his long, lean figure draped iu vivid green, was pac ing'the hilft/s of the garden near the entrance gale, pausiug nervously now and agnin to scan late arrivals in ?Ke rch of some one. At length he de scried the until he sought. Nlsh was just bustling Into the grounds.'and the ambassador at ouee beckoned to him. "Now. then. Mr. Nisb," cried Ponoff as soou as the little clerk had sham bled wiihin earshot. "1 told you to . bring Prince foanilo here and not- to leave him for an i...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 11 September 1908

Lesson XI.?Third Quarter, For Sept. 13, 1908. THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES. Text cf the Lesson, I! S3m. ii, 1-7; v, .1-5?Memory Verses v, 4, 5?Golden Text,* II Sam. v, 20?Commentary Prepared by Rev. O. M. Stearns. {Copyright, 100S, br American Press Association.] When Samuel called Jesse and his sons to meet him. and David also was sent for. Samuel anointed David king that day. but long years intervened be fore David came to the throne, during which Saul continued as king and per secuted David continually, seeking ugain and again to take his life. To day's lesson, however, teils of his be coming king first over .Tndah for seven years and six pnontbs and then over all Israel for thirty-three years (ii. 11; v, 5). God's time had come, and in His own way His purpose concerning David was accomplished, and David refrained from lifting his hand in^any way to he rid of his persecutor, leav ing him wholly to God, saying. "The ' Lord shall smite him, or bis day shall come to die, or he shall des...

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 September 1908

Ste'Stows a?? ?tmmti. PUBLISHED TWIOE-A-WEEK Tuesday and Friday. Vol. 40.No. 57. "Entered us second-class matter fan. 1, 1808, at the postofflco at Or aagsburg, S. C, nnder the Act at Congress of March 3, 1879. L. Sims, Editor and Proprietor. 9m. Islar Sims, - Associate Editor, Subscription Rates. Ose Tear.?'? ..fl'JW Biz Months.... fine Months. Advertising Rates. Transient advertisements f LOO per inch fo fast insertion and SO cents for each subeequen' topeztion Badnees Notioes 10 cents per line for ftw finsrtion and 5 oents per line for snbsequea Obitcaries, Tributes of Respect, Notice o: Banks, and sH cotioes of a personal or poti'j. sal nature erjj charged for so regular adrertiB? Special Notices,, entitled Wanted, Loet found, Jar Beat, not exceeding twentyflv* voids, one time, S5 cents; two tunes 50 cents three times, 75 cents and four times $1.00. Liberal contract made with merchants anc ' ethers who wish to run advertisements fo; three months or longer. For rates on centred' ...

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. — 11 September 1908

our si PAPE? Our Schools. To-day in South Carolina are to be found very few people who would ad mit that they are unfriendly to popu lar education, and fewer still who would admit that they are not friends to our common schools. $ The people of the State have just passed through a somewhat vigorous political cam paign. In this, as in aim or? every such campaign, many of the candi dates for office have taken occasion to declare their deep interest in the common schools. The candidate "doth protest too much, methinks," but most of them are entirely sincere in their declarations. Some of these men will soon occupy positions which will, enable them to demonstrate their interest in our schools, and their capacity for improving them. From the outside it would seem that very few cf these men have made any careful analysis of the conditions of our schools, and certainly few have offered any definite, practicable plan for their permanent improvement. By no means' do I intend to cast any slur...

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. — 11 September 1908

One requires more than pepsin to isrest 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 anany ingredients be perfectly bal anced. And they must be in liq uid form. Kodol is such a digester. Eat what 3-ou need of the foods that you want, and Kodol com pletely digests them. It does all that the healthy stom ech 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. Wc have never found another tdigestcr 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 he 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. — 11 September 1908

Now Is The Time to get a HAY RAKE at COST. I am not going to handle hay rakes any longer and will sell steck on hand at cost. A fine lot of one and two horse wakgoxs at greatly reduced prices. CALL AT? L. E. RI LEY'S 1,000 Pounds FivESH TURNIP SEED ALL VARIETIES. Prait Jars and Fruit Jar Rubbers. f I . For Sale By C. W. -PRESCOTT. Prices $10O. and upwards. Invest ment opportunity. 18 'valuable Building Lots on Fairview (the su burb "beautiful) for sale, located and having such measurements as shown above. First buyers get best bar gains. For terms see \ DR. D. J. HYDR1CK Land For Sale. I have for sale sixty-five (65) acres of improved farming land near the town of Neeces, S. C, with dwell ing and outbuildings thereon. L. P. -Zeigler, 7-31-tf. Xeeces. S. C. We who are poor can get some satisfaction from the knowledge that our heirs will not quarrel over what we leave. NATURE UND A WOMAN'S WORK Nature and a woman's work com bined have produced the grandest remedy for woman's ills that...

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. — 11 September 1908

THE MAYOR ACTS. ASKS TWA PUBLIC TO HKLP THE POLICE. In J^it?:iT*: tho City of AU Suspicions Persons by Reporting Them When SCjCM. During. the past year there lias been many robberies committed in Orange!;erg, and only a very few of the robbers have been run down, and punished. In the last few weeks several robberies have been success fully carried ont and several others! attempted. One of the worst w-.?s that1 of the residence of Mr. W. K. Sense oh Broughton Street. On Monday night ftjr.u? one tired to break in tin Jeweidry itore of Mr. Wise on Russell Street, and on Tuesday night some one tried to enter the residence of .Mr. Ed. A. Zelgler on Railroad Avenue. The frequent robberies and bold attempts at robbery have made our people somewhat nervous, aud May or Dukes has determined that they shall To this end he has issued a request to the citizens of the city to report, to the police department or to the Mayor the pre sence of ::ny suspicious persons seen or found loitering about th...

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. — 15 September 1908

ESTABLISHED EST 18 WILL DINE TOGETHER. BRYAN AND TAFT WILL BE CHIEF GUESTS AT BANQUET. Two Rival Candidates for Presidency to Meet at Same Board and Ad dress Same Audit-net*. Por the first time in the uistory of modern politics two rival eanuidates for the Presidency of the United States will meet at tue same board and address the same audience, when Wm. H. Taft, Republican, of Ohio, and Wm. Jennings Bryan, Democrat, of Nebraska are to he the guests of honor at the annual banquet of lue Chic7go Association of Commerce at the Auditorium on the evening of October 7. This announcement was made Fri-I day at the headquarters of the Chica go .'.Association of Commerce, which organization already had secured assurances of the presence of the two j Presidential nominees on different! days for the third Convention of the! Lakes-to-the-Gulf Deep Waterway,! Association, for which the Association; of Commerce will act as host. Mr. Toft's acceptance was obtain ed by President Richard C. Hall, Vi...

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. — 15 September 1908

PUBLISHED TWICE-A-WEEK Tuesday and Friday. Vol. 40..No. 57. "Entered as second-class matter tea. 1, 1908, at the postoCice at Or ?ngeburg, S. C, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. gaa. JL. Sims, Editor and Proprietor, fee Ixiar Sims, - Associate Editor. Subscription Bates. One Tear.., Sis Months. .... Ztaree Months. Advertising Rates. Tiacsient advertisements $1.00 per inch for first insertion and 50 cents for each subsequent twnrtlon Business Notices 10 cents per lino for first hsaitlon and 5 cents por line for subsequent lamlloas. Obituaries, Tributes of Respect, Notice of Tl?a*^ and all notices of a pe.son?l or politi od nature are charged for as regular advertise Sunhb ?peoial Notices, entitled Wanted, Lost, Vmbm, Far Bent, not exceeding twenty-five words, one time, 35 cents; two times 50 cents; three timoe, 75 cents and font limes $1.00. Iibsral contract made with merchants and Othem who wish to run advertisements for three months or longer. For rates on contract adver...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 15 September 1908

By ALBERT PAY COPYRIGHT. 1908. B1 CHAPTER IV. The Waltz. ANCE with me!" repeated So li ia. The faroff orchestra had struck up a dashing, gar Jfarsovian air. Impelled by the music and her glance of daring. Danilo sprang forward. In an instant the two were whirling madly amid the Intricacies of a wild Itussian daucc such as has for count less centuries been performed from Si beria's ieo plain to Tartar steppes?a dance of youth, aginry. utter aban don. Yet as they came panting to a halt at the last crashing note of musie the face of neither reflected the exhilara tion the swift motion and stirring measures usually evoked.1 in fact. Da nilo's brow wore a very perceptible scowl. Sonia. too. was downcast. IIa:! her rash experiment iVJled: "You didn't enjoy that." said she. "Not especially." he confessed. "Did you?" "No. You don't dance as well as you did." "You've probr.bly grown to prefer French partners." be replied, piqued at the reflection on bis dancing. "From all I hear." she retort...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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