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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 15 September 1908

WILL Bi UQtit SOON. (Try corxcn. oiunsns russell STRIKT payed. Plans and Spfer^pwons Wfli Be Pre pared at Once by City Engineer i Ha;rc.s. A very iuteresting and important meeting or City'Council was hela on Friday evening. Several reports were read Ti-sm various city officials and the Commissioners of Public Works. They were all received as information and approved. A letter of thanks wes read from the Hospital Associa tion for the one hundred dollars do nated by City Council to the hospital fund.; .'. ' j . a petition was read from the resi dents of Center Street asking that sower pipes be laid through that street. The petition was refused at; this time, but the work~will be done just as sogu as possible. j The St:eet Committee recommend-' ed.that the petition to open up a street from Cemetery to Broughton Street be granted if a right of way of not lets than fifty feet could be secured form the property owners. : Notice was given that at the next meting of City Council the electio...

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. — 15 September 1908

WILL 8; UON? SOON. jOPTY COlNCii. ORDERS RVSSELL >tr-:f. payed. Hans and S3 lunations Will Do Pre pared at Our?; by City Engineer Hours. A very interesting and important meeting of City'Council was held on Friday evening. Several reports were read frsm various city officials and tile Commissioners of Public Works. They were all received as information and approved. A letter of thanks w;c> read from I he Hospital Associa tion for the one hundred dollars do uated by City Council to the hospital fand. A petition was read from the resi der.t.s of Center Street asking that sowi r pipes be laid through that street. The petition was refused at tiiis time, but ' i.e work~will he done ji:st ? 1 soon as possible. The Street Committee recommend ed that the petition to open up a street rroiu Cemetery to Broughton Streol lie granted if a right of way or' not less than fifty feet could he secured farm the property owners. Notice was given that at the next meting of City Council the election...

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. — 18 September 1908

ESTABLISHED TS 18 HELD FOR CONSPIRACY ALLEGED PLOT AGAINST WHITES DISCOVERED AT GREENWOOD. Blacks at Ninety-Six Said to Have Conspired to Kill Four Prominent White Citizens. Bieren negroes were brought to Greenwood Saturday, September 12, about noon, from Ninety-Six, in the ?custody of Sheriff McMillan and De puty Sheriff Charles Dukes, under a warrant charging them with con spiracy. The arrest of these negroes was the outcome of. an investigation on the part of the local authorities and certain citizens in Greenwood. Very little was known in Ninety-Six up to Saturday "morhing of the pro posed arrest or the cause therefor, hut several of "the leading citizens of Ninety-Six were fully aware of the situation, and the bringing of the. negroes to Greenwood was de cided upon as the best method toi proceed in a lawful and orderly man ner. Saturday ' evening another negro was arrested and brought there on the same charge. The negroes first arrested are: P. B. Dean, 6. T. Jackson, a preache...

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. — 18 September 1908

HOW ABOUT YOUH TO!? What Are You Doing to Im prove It? tW'T BE BEHIND THE TIMES Splendid Example of Community Bet terment Set by Civic Club Formed by Women In a Pennsylvania Town. Ac'a'vo Work In Several Lines. i What are you doing for your town? What is the personal service con tri b-' ntefil by yon to your home community? Are you co-operating? Are you Inter ested in your streets, in seeing that they are swept, sprinkled and kept free Irena refuse? Do you visit the school? Are yon encouraging the growing of fiawers on thp school playground? K not, it Is to be feared you are be hind the times. Throughout the whole Jasd an aroused civic Interest has been manifesting itself in the betterment of communities, no matter how small. 3Ih? "Spotless Town" idea has taken a ?rnr root, and the eucrgetic citizen is 'wcrfcing for the town benutifnl. Women's clubs have been formed for tho distinct purpose of improving sev eral large communities in Penusylva *ku In smaller towns numerous clubs ,haT...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 18 September 1908

isma By ALBERT PAY COPYRIGHT, 1S08. B"i CHAPTER V. To the Rescue. tISH. who had obediently fol lowed De Joiidun and Natalie at Popoff's orders until they had entered the summer house, now wriggled forward in confusion on hearing the ambassador's voice. "Did you call me, sir';" he n*>kcd. "I most surely .did call you. Mr. Nlshr cried Popoff. "And I Told you 1 was certain I saw a lady, or, rather, a lady's skirt, disappearing into that summer house. Who was she?" '1?I don't know, your excellency.** tremblingly lied Nish. "You, ought to know!" scolded Popoff. "You were standing bearer the Kum mer house than; I was. Didn't you see her at all?" "Yes. sir?yes. I saw her, if 1 may say so, but I don't know who she was. I really don't I"? ' "Was ehe alone?" "No. your excellency, not unite alone. There was, if I may say so? there was a gentleman with her. At least he looked like a gentleman, but I didn't j ?""?"?cognize him either." \ ^-'Welt. well, well!" chuckled the am- ! T&tssndor,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 18 September 1908

3h* 3tm#ftnii ?m$mt PUBLISHED TWICE-A-VTEEK Tuesday and Friday. Vol. 40..... .No. 57*1 "Entered as second-class matter fan. 1, 1908, at the postofflce at Or angeburg, S. C, under the Act of Congress of March 3. 1879 , < Lm Sims, Editor and Proprietor, fas. Izlar Shire. ? Associate Editor. Subscription State?. One Rear. . .. . .S1.?O 'Mis Months.. - ? ? ? .75 Month*. .40 Advertising Kates. * Transient advertisement* $L00 per inch for &3t insertion and 50 otnts for each subsequent issarti' n Business Notices 10 cents per line for first insertion and 5 oonta per line for subsequent Snssrdons tJbituariee, Tributes of Be pect, Notioe 01 Ihanks, and all notices of ape aonal orpoliti . ?od nature are charged for as regular advertme ""wecisl Notices, entitled Wanted, Last, Woaad, Far Rent, not exceeding tweaty^flyo tjexdo, one ride, 35 oenta; two taffies 50 ceDts; r throe Urne*, 75 oenta and four times $1.00. Liberal oontract made with merchants and etha.a woo wish to n,n ad vorti: e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 18 September 1908

A HEA TALK Ttyouhad s would want to j istj wouldn't ye son that if you womens' wear, firm that make THAT'S KOffi We mention York arrivals s teed to be plea! well selected a The New Neck-wear. A splendid supply of the newest Itoching. all with that pretty lacy effect, rather higher than usual, but at the same time lending very soft appearance as a neck finish. , All sfcades and colors, and widths From to 35c ai yard. New Belts and Buckles! This stock was selected with great care. The buckles this season have a great deal of the "Directoire" ten dency and pendant effect Many are gold filled, silver plated, and sterling silver,. Some have the pretty wavy Filigree effect in red and blue. Be) sure to see thein in the front case, as J you como in the store. Price range From 25c to $1.25.. Head-Wear! We told you about the celebrated Psyche Comb and it's rage in New York. We have had two shipments, and they are selling rapidly. Prices I 25c. A splendid assortment of Back- | combs and Side-c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 18 September 1908

If digestion is w ? Don't i.. ,.,.??? When the stomach cannot digest all 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 pans arc robbed of nourishment. Food will do more than medi cine ' when we arc dealing with I weakness. Those with weak digestions need it more than the strong. ~\ _ The right way is to cat what you need and want, then 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 afso does what the bowels do toward digestion. It supplies pan creatic juice. Kodoi alone does all that the eak, don't diet? Starve stomach docs and all that the bowels do. No other digester completely di gests all foods. Kodol stops tlic irritation of un ; digested food. All pains cease in stantly. ? It gives...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 18 September 1908

Now Is The Time to get a HAY RAKE at COST. I am not going to handle hay rakes any looger and will sell stock on hand at cost. A fine Tot of one and two horse rragons at greatly reduced prices. CALL AT? L. E. RI LEY'S 1,000 Pounds Ft ESB TURNIP SEED ALL X'AF.IETIES. Fruit .Jars and Fruit Jar Rubbers. For Sale By C. W. PRESCOTT. i CiTY LOTS FOR SALE! Prices $100. and upwards. Inrest jnent opportunity. 13 valuable Building Lots on Fain-lew (the su burb beautiful) for sales located and kaving such measurements as shown above. First buyers get best bar gains. For terras see DR. D. J. HYDRICK 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. Zelgler, 7-31-tf. Neeces, S. C. We who are poor can get some satisfaction from the knowledge that ?nr heirs will not quarrel over what ?we leave. Lift The lightest t durable mower m Made in 44 a When yon bu will not have fo carry foil stock, look ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 18 September 1908

How the Catalogues Lure Buy ers VVith Deceptive Cuts. imUtiZilT FOR HOME TRADE The Man Whs Sends Money Away For Qooo'a Could Buy at Local Stores Strikes at the Very Root of His Own Prosperity?Hints to tho Wise. The head, the hoof and the hide of the mail order business is tho cata logue, and the meat of the catalogue is the picture. Ja these voluminous books the larger catalogue .houses pic ture everything from a hog ring t<> ? portable sawmill. They picture things which they have and which they have not Everything goes in thls?great book /of books. If they have not the real thing that the picture represents, they June something* "just as good anil cheaper," says'a writer in'Maxwell's Tali?nian'. < They invite you to send in your money, for this Is strictly a cash in ad vance proposition. If they have not what you order they will send you something e'se. but l>o sure, to send your money So with your order. That Ik important. You will have no oppor tunity to exami.Qe the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 22 September 1908

ESTABLISHED IN 1? FORAKER TREED, - Seems to be a Tool Of Standard Oil Co. ? HE GOT CHECKS. Ooe Letter from Archbold Speaks of a Deposit of Fifty Thousand Dollars to the Senator's Credit.! What Foaker Says. la a speech at Columbus, Ohio, Hearst charged the Republican party with being the beneficiary of th? trust corruption. He said he had I legal evidence and documentary! proof. Hearst then read four letters j from Archbold, John D. Rockefeller's' right-hand man, to Senator Foraker. Of Ohio, who is now a member of j ihe United States Senate. The first j letter refers to two bills, one men-1 - tiosed as house bill number 500, inj relation to foreign corporations I against which he desired a demon-j etration made. Following It, 1? days' later, the second letter refers to the senator's favor for 515,000. The| third refers to "Another very objec-j tionable bill," which he hoped there I would be no difficulty in killing. The fourth is as follows: "Tweaty-six Broadway, April 17, 1900. "My ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 22 September 1908

* ? HU?HKD rWlUK-A-WKKK ruewlaj and Friday. Vol. 40.H . .i\o. 57. \ cuiereu tu? btiuoud-ciadt? uiutter Jan i. 1908, at the postomce at Or angeburg, S. C, under the Act ot Progress ot March 2, 1879. Im. JU Hirns, Editor aud Proprietor. Ml. Idar Siros, ? Associate Editor. subscription Kates. tee lew. ... .91.50 9bt Months. .. .. .75 three Months.40 Advertising Kates. transient advertisemeJita $1.C? per inch tor ftrat insertion and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion Sasiiiess Notices 10 oeots per line for first insertion and 5 cents per line for subsequent lauer dons Obituaries, Tributes of Re?pect, Notion ot Cnanks, and all notices of a pe sonal or politi ad a&tore axe charged for as regular advertLse Specbil Notices, entitled Wanted, Lost, found, Far Kent, not exceeding twenty-five cords, one time, 35 cents; two tunes 50 cents; three times, 75 cents and four times $1.00. Liberal contract made with merchants and c-theiii who wish to run advertisements tor three months or longe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 22 September 1908

By ALBERT PA1 H.. COPYRIGHT, 1908, B' CHAPTER VI. At Maxim's ~ *> AXHl'S after mldrilglrt ?the |Vb show, restaurant whither sigbt I |i seeing Americans ami other -i tourists iflock und whose dizzy, machine made merrinieui they solemn ly tielieve to bp a part and panel of true Parisian life. On the night'of Sonia's garden party one group of men and women who en tered the joliy restaurant were so dif ferent from the usual habitues of the place, as to come in for not a few amused glances, from their neighbors, They were Mme. Natalie Popuft; Mme. Nova Koviteh and Ca'scadn and St. Brioche. The visit was Natalie's idea. At Maxim's. . She had heard Dnnilo's wild speech of good by to Sonia and his announcement that he was off to Maxim's. Hence the ambassador's .wife, with a feebie yearning to atoue iu some way for the false |K?sltlon into which the widow had been thrust for her sake, bad re solved to follow in the ho|ie of securing a word In private with Danilo and setting matters right ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 22 September 1908

HAS NEARLY COMPLETELY RE COVERED HIS HEALTH. . Impression) Thai He Would Practi cally Retire From Pnbiic Affairs Is Erroneous, Says J>r. Babeock. The. impression has prevailed over the State for some time that ?enator Tillman, at the end of nis European tour, would have to retire from ac tive political life. It has not been thought that he would give; tip the Senatorship, but. in view of his ad vanceing years?he and Dr. Bab cock celebrated their sixty-first biith day jointly in Paris a few weeks ago?the. opinion has prevailed, even . among those most intimately ac quainted with. the Senator's con dition, that .he would hereafter be compelled to pursue practically a passive course. . .. . : "Nothing could be .further fronil . the truth*" said Dr. J: W. Babeock, just returned to Cplumbja, from four months spent in touring Europe with Senator Tillman and Mrs. Till man. and who.left the Senator and Mrs. Tillman to spe^d.a month in Scotland before returning to Amer ica. /The Senator '...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 25 September 1908

ESTABLISHED IN 1 CALLS HIM DOWN \ ? Bryan Demands Proof of the Charges Against Haskei! MADE BY ROOSEVELT. <l&alle*ges the President to Product: Evidence Upon Which He Basses His Endorsement of the Associa tion That the Governor Hod Any Connection With Standard Oil. The most sensational development Sb the present campaign was the sending Tuesday from .Detroit by William J. Bryan, Democratic candi date for president, of a telegram to. President Roosevelt, demanding that he produce proof that Gov. Charles N. Haskell of Oklahoma, treasurer on the Democratic national committee, ever was connected with the Standard Oil Company.. The telegram was sent in answer to the statement of President Roose velt, published Tuesday morning, In vhich the President endorsed the charges made against Gov. Haskei i ly William R. Hearst, that Gov. Haskell had been connected with the Staadard Oil Company and had attempted to bribe AttorneyGeneral Frank Monnett of Ohio. The tele gram i3 as follows: "Ho...

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. — 25 September 1908

Magnitude of Kis Fortune Invites a Query. i ' MR. BRYAN CALLS A BLUFFER Distinguished Republican Statesmen Testify That the Bank Guaranty Plan Is Sound In Principle?Use of Money In Elections?Economy Rules In Democratic Camp. By WILLIS J. ABBOT. In the rather lively controversy be tween Uuele Joe Cannon and Mr. Bry an over their respective personal for tunes and the sources of their prosper ity it occurs to me that Mr. Bryan has had very much the better part of the argument. Without going into detail on the subject, which has been some what reported in the newspapers al ready. I may say that Cauuou. with characteristic discourtesy, vulgarity and falsity, iu a formal speech refer red to Mr. Bryan as having made $L tXXU'bo "by selling wind and printer's Ink!" Mr. Bryan's retort reduced Can non to a condition of comparative quietude. Paraphrased, it was this: "I earn a living by lecturing and by writing. ..\'o one need attend my lec tures or buy either my books or my paper unless he des...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 25 September 1908

A Mexican Don Who Owns an 8,000,000 Acre Ranch. HOMESTEAD IS A PALACE Don Lais Terrazas, of Cliilmuhuu, Employs' 2,000 Cow Punchers, Line Riders, Shepherds arid Hun tors?He Owns 1.000.000 Cattle, 700,000 Sheep, 1O0.CGO Horses. Tbe biggest farm?if "rarm" it can be called?is that owned by Don Luis Terrazas in the State of Chi hauhau. Mexico, which measures from north to south 150 miles and from east to west 200 miles, or O??.O?? acres in all. On its prairies ard mountains roam 1,000.000 head of cattle, 700.000 sheep and 100,000 horses. The "farm house" is prob ably the most magnificent in the world for it cost ?400,000 to build and Is more richly furnished than many a royal palace. On the home stead alone are employed a hundred servants. The gardens are superby laid'ovt. the stables more magnifi cent than those of the German Em peror and there is accommodation for 500 guests if necessary. Scattered over tiis vast ranch are a hundred outlying stations, epch one of which has charge of a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 25 September 1908

4 PUBLlfiUStO T?irICK-A.\VEEK Tuesday and Friday. Tol- 4?.No. 57. Hinter?d aa second-class matter fan. 1, 1908, at the pbstofflce at Or onsabnrg, 8. C, under the Act of CViwrress of March 3. 1879._ im. L, 81ms, Editor and Proprietor. IxUr 81ms, ? Associate Editor. subscription Kate** Om Tear.'.. ..flJ? 41a Months. ?75 "Cnree Months.... ? ? Advertising; Kates. XmuSmt advertisement* $1X0 per inch for Cat insertion und 50 cents tor oaob infaseqasnt faflftrtion . B&dateea Notices 10 oents per line for first , Insertion and 5 cents per line for subsequent insertions 1_ . , Obituaries, Tributes of Se3pect, Notioe oJ TL.nWa, and all notices of ft pe Bonftl or pohti Oft! nature are charged for as regular advertwe Bpeciftl Notices, entitled Wanted,'Lost, *onnd, Kar Rent, not exceeding twenty-five words, one ?ime, 35 cents; two times 50 oents; three dmes,75 oents and four times $1.00. Liberal contract, made with merchants and otbeiB who wish to ron advertisements tor three mouths or longe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 25 September 1908

LEFT HIS FAMILY A DOCTOR AND YOVSG LADY MISSING. He Left for Vtah, According to His Stony, B^t Since Then Nothing Has Keen Heard of Hhn. Several woeks ago it was stated by the Aikc* cprrespchde-iiit, of tb/ij News and Courier that Dr. H. J. Weeks, a prominent young physician of Wagener. had decided to go to the West. He did leave, and "now news from Wagener indicates that he not only left himself, hut de serted his wife and five children, and has since married another woman, a former clerk in a Wagener store. Fcr some timerit has been reported that he had deserted his family, but the report was generally discredited and his friends believed ? that he would soon return to them. But time has passed and he has not yet returned, and further investigation has discovered the fact the he was quite familiar' with Miss ? Sarah Smith, while she was in charge of the millinery department of Mr. J. W. Lybrand's big store in Wag enner last winter. A few weeks previous/to July 30 Dr. Weeks announc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 25 September 1908

One requires mo Most digesters, pat up in dry form, depend almost solely on pep sin. But pepsin digests albumen only. Kot starch, not fats, not phos phates. Nor can pepsin do what the bow els do toward digestion. Yet that is almost half. ~v 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 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. re than pepsin to yi Food The stomach, to recover, must have complete rest. There must be no undigested food to irritate the inflamed lining. Complete rest never comes t...

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