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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 25 September 1908

hiss 4t?i "SATISFACTION -OR YOUR MONEY BACK." ' 232 and 234 King St., Charleston, S. C. THE LARGEST WHOLESALE *N0 RETAIL MAIL ORDER HOUSE ^s?? IN THE SOUTH. _.?s)e?ye cut fine piece Goods fsfferctats in Ad? Loifl at Wholesale Prices.?-a^ <S> Write for Samples and Prices. Try Us On An Order. <3> Vour Nearest Mail Box Places Our Store Right Next Door to You. JH1D-S?MMER CLEARANCE SALE, WHICH SAVES YOU MONEY. ladies Walk! \ f ? Ladies Waists. Of black and navy blue Panama,* Grouped in three special lots. ii i />l -jv - m Lot. 1 ? Ladies White Lawn fancy mixtures and black Chiffon^.^ $J ^ $150 and$l>75 Taffeta silk reduced ? off form'era^jties; clearance price $1.00. price. ^ Lot 2 j?Ladies White Lawn eWWaists, trimmed with laces and We carry a large assortment of Jembroideries,$4.00and*4 oOquali Ladies Lace Waists in white, black'ties, clearance price S2.?s. and ecru. % Lot 3?Ladies White Lawn and ^Lingerie Waists, lace and em broidery trimmed, some hand em broidered,...

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. — 25 September 1908

A DASTARDLY CRIMt SHOT TO DEATH OX THE PUBLIC ROAD By Cowardly Assassins, Concealed in the Rushes, Six Miles From ? Branchville. One or the most dastardly and cowardly crimes ever committed in this section of the State occurred Tuesday night about six miles from Branchville, when young Pressley Reeves, son of Mr. A. M Reeves, who lives just across the line in Dorchester county, was foully shot to death in the bushes on the road side; along which he was driving in* a wagon on his way to a cotton field for a load of cotton pickers that had worked for him that day. It seems tb?t the young man had carried one load of eottou Spickers* to their homes and was returning for another when- he was so cruelly assassinated The exact spot in the road where the cowardly crime took _>filace has been located, as well as the spot' where he fired the fatal shot at his unsuspecting victim as he drove along the highway. The shot took effect in the head of young Reeves and he must nave been killed ins...

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. — 29 September 1908

established; est ie BRYAN IN REPLY Scores Roosevelt for Levering Dignity of High Office. TAFT PET OF TRUSTS The Democratic Presidential Candi date Replies to the Dodging Letter of toe President With the Strong est Document That Has Appeared This Gunpaign Prom Any Source. Wm J. Bryan, candidate for President, on his way from Madison to Milwaukee, Saturday, gave out the following letter for publication: "Hon. Theodore Roosevelt, Presi dent of the United States, Washing ton, D. C.?Dear Sir: While I have not yet received your letter and shall not until I reach home next week, I have read a copy of it in the press and beg leave to submit the following reply: "Mr. Haakell having voluntarily resigned from the committee that he might be more free to prose cute those who have brought charges ?against him, I need not discuss' the question of his guilt or innocence further than to say that the public service which he has rendered and the vote of confidence which he has received from the people...

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. — 29 September 1908

SEE CIRCULARS REGARDING SALE OF THE ORANGEBURG DRY GOODS COMPANY. Big Bargain Carnival at s REMEMBER, SATURDAY OCTOBER 3, 9 A. M. $23,000 WORTH OF HIGH GRADE MERCHANDISE To be distributed into the Homes of the people for less than the actual cost of the raw material by the Chicago Salvage Co., GENTS CLOTHING COMPANY, ORANGEBURG, S, C. Save this and wait until Saturday, October 3rd, when the Greatest Bar gain Carnival that has ever taken place in South Carolina Opens at the GENTS CLOTHING COMPANY at ORANGE BURG, S. C. PRICES Will reach the lowest limit In this Gigantic Sale of CLOTHING, HATS, SHOES F?RNISrllNG GOODS FOR MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN. Chicago Salvage Co., Senis Clothinff Company Stand, ORANGEBURG, S. C. The Entire stock of The Gents Clothing Company, of Orangeb?rg, S. C, has been placed in the hands of the World's greatest bargains givers, Chicago Salvage Company, and will be sold in 10 DAYS by the Chicago Salvage Company. The entire stock is now being re-marked and re-arran...

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. — 29 September 1908

See Circular and Newspapers Regarding The Gents Clothing Company Big' Sale. This is not an ordinary sale, but an extraordinary occa sion. The greatest bargain event in the history of Orangeburg. REMEMBER THIS SALE COMMENCES SATURDAY AT 9.00 a. m. October 3rd. 100 Corsets?Brand New nothing the matter with the style or fit?just too many? that's all?Worth 90c, for this sale 25 Cents. Big Bargain Carnival of the Orangeburg Dry Goods Co. and the Gents Clothing Company. A monster massacre oF high grade merchandise. A panic in prices for 10 days only at the store of The Orangeburg Dry Goods Co. Orangeburg, S. C.? Again we call attention to commencement of sale, Satur day Oct. 3rd at 9 a. m. 500 yards 27 in. wide taffeta' silk, in all the wanted good col ors, regular $1.00 silk. Extra special in this sale 59cts Save this and Wait until SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3rd, at 9 O'clock A. M. Uhe Qrangeburg *Dry Soocla Co.? has been placed in the hancij of the Chicago Salvage Co., A corporation of Chicago,...

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. — 29 September 1908

PUBLISHED TWICE-A-WEES Tuesday ?*d Friday. ToL 40.No. 57. '.Entered as second-class matter fan. 1, 1908, at the yostoffice at Or ngabvgf S. 0., under the Act o2 Dtrngresa of March S. 187?. L, Sims, Editor and Proprietor. 9as. lalar Sims, - Associate Jditor. Subscription Bates. Vao Tear.. ..... c.; c. . * i. .$1.50 Us Months.. .. t.:.' t.. . ? -.75 rteee Months.. .. . .. -..40 Advertising Rates. I T?'"t?wt advertiswcents (loo per inch for ftrrt insertion and 50 eants for each subsequent bsHrtion BsMssss Notices 10 oeata per lias for first tasextloo- tad 5 cents per lite for subsequent kwrtioos. Obituariso, Tributes of Respect, Notics of Ttankz, sad all noticea of a personal orpoliti 8*1 nature axe charged for aa reguJar advertise Sperfal Notices, entitled Wanted, Lost, Voted, Far Boat, not exceeding twenty-five words, one tine, 85 cents; two tunes 50 cents; Ihne times, 75 cents and four times $1.00. Liberal contract with merchants sad Others who wish to run advertisements for three m...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 29 September 1908

BRYAN IN REPLY. (Continued from page 1.) against our platform declarations on the trust question, but you do not refer to all of the planks and do not deal justly with those to whi6h you do refer. Our platform declares in favor of the 'vigorous enforcement of the criminal law against guilty trust magnates and officials.' Your platform does not contain any such demand. Will you say that your platform is better than ours in that respect? Ot platform demands that corporations -beyond a certain size be compelled to sell at the same price in all parts of the country, due allowance being made for the cost of transportation. Will you deny that this is in the interest of the consumer and in the interest of the smaller competitors? We pre sent a plan under which- no corpora tion will be permitted to control more than one-half the total product. It has been stated that the steel company, with your express consent, purchased one of its largest rivals and thus obtained control of more than 50 p...

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. — 29 September 1908

Senator McLaurin on Good Terms With Standard Oil. COULD BEAT T3LLSV3AN "If Properly and Generously Sup ported, V Wrote He to John Arch bold, One of the Great Moguls of the Standard Oil Company, But .He Failed to Do It. A special dispatch from New York to The State says Hearst set the State convention of his Independence party into a tumult tonight by un packing a few more interesting let ters having to^do with United States senators and Standard Oil. A for mer United States senator was named in the letter . which Mr. Hearst pulled out from his grip to night, ex-Senator J. L. McLaurin, of South Carolina, a Democrat. Mr. Hearst read letters from Senator McLaurin to John D. Archbold and from the latter to Senator Mc Laurin, while the crowd of delegates and spectators hooted and yelled and ?creamed. "Go for them, Bill." In one of the letters Senator Mc Laurin wrote to Mr. Archbold ho spoke of being able to beat Senator Tillman, his colleague, "if properly and generously supported." In t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 29 September 1908

I OUR S( . PAPER BY PROP. WUL Too Many Little Half-Supported Schools?Sooner or later our people are going to have more comfortable and commodious school houses. Be fore the 'people put their money into permanent improvements, would it not be wise to reduce the number of schools in a great many places? A good four-room house costs less than four one-room houses of equal com fost and convenience. Sixty pupils in one building can' be- better taught and more easily taught than fifteen pupils each in four buildings. A four-teacher school will flourish ?where four one-teacher schools would' struggle to keep alive. In more than half the counties in the State are to be found dozens of schools with 10 to 12 pupils each. Not many weeks ago I visited a ru ral school with an enrollment of II pupils; three mile's off was anoth er school with 13 pupils, and in another direction was a third school with 14 pupils. The three teachers ?were paid $35 each; each school house was cheap and ill equipped....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 29 September 1908

SHOT BY A NEGRO MARSHAL BYRDtj OP NORTH, DAN GEROUSLY WOUNDED. Sheriff Dukes Wert Up Monday Morn ing and Brougt the Negro to Or angbcrg. Marshal Byrd. of North, was shot and dangerously wounded at the rail road station in that town sometime Sunday night by a negro named Je rome Holiday. It seems that Holiday got in a wrong coach on a train Sunday and Marshall Byrd ejected him as he refused to go of his own accord. ? The negro was very Inso lent and the officer had to use foro. Holiday pulled a pistol and shot the otocer, inflicting what is feared to be a mortal wound. The negro made his cscaj.e, but was pursued by severe! people, and was finally caught by Messrs. John Glover and Paul Gibson, neir Nor way, who turned him over to Sherit Dukes early Monday morning, who had arrived on the scene from Or angeburg. As the feeling seemed to be very bitter against Holiday, and as there was quite a large number of peo ple on the lookout for him, Shen'fl Dukes- hurried the prisoner to Or augeb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 2 October 1908

ESTABLISHED EST IS A BULLY KILLED. The Tragic and/ Expected End of a Tempestuous Life. PROPHECY FULFILLED The Anderson Daily Mail Bad Pre. dieted Editorially About Thre,: i Weeks Ago That This Would be the End. He Had Killed Three or Four Men in His Time. The State says news was received in Columbia Monday to the effect I that John McGaha had been killed near Beiton, od the Greenville coun ty side. McGaha has been tried for his life in three homicide cases and is said to have been suspected in another. The first report received by The iState came from a passenger on the train from Anderson. He had heard the news in that eity and had later neard it talked of at Belton and Greenwood and the'story in circu lation there was to the effect that McGaha was on a spree and hai disturbed a ? meeting at a negro church , and had been "shot to pieces." "It is a sad thing," said this gen tleman, "but I never heard one ex pression of regret Indeed, all per sons seemed to be relieved. It is -an awf...

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

OCTOBER SPECIALS AT MOSELEY'S 7p We are ready for you. Our store is brim full with the Very Choicests Selections of New Fabrics, suitable for the seasons We are not worried about trade. Our September, business was the best we have ever had, we are proud of it and wish to thank our many customers for their contribution to our success: At the same time we are just a bit egatistic in this matter and can safely say we deserve and try to merit your support by alway having the very newest and the best in merchandise that is: possible to offer for the pric es charged. : No old stock to push off on you but finest goods marked right. We are just pricing a few of our many items, which prices don't show quality, on paper. We guaran tee what we say and are fully pre pared to prove every assertion. ?> One lot of light color Flannel Goods that sold at 10c; we will clo^e these out at only.....6 l-2c One lot of 35-inch light Outing, fine for night gowns and quilt lin ings, worth 12 l-2c, our pri...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 2 October 1908

Cardui is a purely vegetable extract, a simple, non-intoxicating remedy, recommended to girls and, women, of all ages, for womanly pains, irregularity, | ifalling feelings, nervousness, weakness, and any) I other form of sickness, peculiar to females. It Will Help You Mrs. ?. C. Beaver, of Unicoi, Route No. 1, Mar-j i bieten, Tenn., writes: "I suffered with bearing down pains, feet swelled, pain in right side, headache, pains in shoulders, nervous palpitation, and other j troubles I cannot mention, but I took Wine of Cardui : and have found it the best medicine I ever used,: I for female troubles.'' Try Cardui. AT ALL DRUG STORES , I THE FURNITURE STORE f 4 4 4 I 4 0 4 0 ? a c ? 4 4 0 4 ? 4 4 ? 4 9 FRIDAY IS BARGAIN DAY AT THIS STORE. Keep Your Eyes ah Oar Big Showjgg Window I [and. fiet [ Some^} of thej| SPECIAL VALUES. a ? ? I 0 J _ SSL7 Ea ch Friday We Will CUTJhe [PRICE of a Useful Article. Something Different Each Week. Goods on Exhibition Monday, Bot Not Sold Until Friday f- -...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 2 October 1908

?Whs Sfeg?twl ?tmtt9t PTBUSHBD TWICE-A-WKKh Tneadaj ?nd Fridaj YoL 40.. .. . .No. B7. "Entered as second-cJaaa tuati*" fan. 1, 1908, at the postofflce at Or aageburg, S. C, under the Art or Ounrreas of March 3. 1879 ' 'Baa' L. Mima. Editor and Proprietor v Ba*' filar Kinn?. Arwootate Editor Subscription Kates One Tear, ei.5o Ml Months . - .75 Cfcrw Months .40 tdvertirring Rates. Transient advertisements Sl.?O per mcb r>?i ?ret Insertion and 50 oenta for each subsequent foserti a Business Notices 10 cents per line tor ttrei Insertion and 5 cents p?r line for subseqiieri' Laser duns Obituaries, Tri bates of Be-pect, Notio* ol y^nhi, and all notices of a pe sonal of politi Cal nature are charged for as regular advert! *e Special Notices, entitled Wanted, L^su loaud, Par Bent, not exceeding twenty-five flrords, one time, S5 cents; two tunes 50 cents; three times, 75 cents and four times {LOCI Liberal contract made with merchants an?' Others who wish to run ad?erti ementa for three mo...

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. — 2 October 1908

Special Attractions Me the Next Day After Oor Fall Opening. As evidenced in the record-break ing attendance of yesterday, we have | aaade a deep and lasting impression with the worthiness and beauty of ear formal Fall Opening. Be sure and COME NOW. r We give below just a few of the many pretty things fhat are now overflowing our shelves and counters. Don't forget your Fall and Winter fiats. We have plenty of them and you kn?w our reputation in this State, NOTE?ON ACCOUNT OF HOLI DAY, WE WILL HOLD "EM BROIDERY SALE" T?ESDAV, OCTOBER 6. BE SURE TO AT TEND THIS SALE . TAILOR-MADE SUITS AND | C1LOAKS?We are the headquarters. Iiet nsdemonstrate this to you. All shades and designs that are fashionable and stylish. 918 to $30 DRESS GOODS?Latest Stripe 'Serge, a very high grade novelty. 'The newest shades of the excellent -cods: Canard Blue, Sapphire, Ca tawb1*, Amethyst, Ruby and Emerald; 45 inches wide; at the very moderate price of .$1.00 SHOES?We fit you from top to toe, therefore we me...

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. — 2 October 1908

SEE CIRCULARS REGARDING SALE OF THE ORANGEbur^ DRY GOODS COMPANY. ival at REMEMBER, SAT.URJJA Y GOT Save this and wait until WORTH OF HIGH GRADE ?? MERCHANDISE To be distributed into the Homes of the people for less than the actual cost of the raw material by the Chicago Salvage Co., GENTS CLOTHING COMPANY. ORANGEBURG, S, C. ay, rd, gain Carnival that has ever taken place in South Carolina Opens at the GE-NTS CLOTHING COMPANY at ORANGE BURG, S. C. Will reach the lowest limit In this Gigantic Sale of CLOTl4l^G, HATS, SHOES FURNISHING GOODS FOR MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN. Chicago Salvage Co.j Sents Clothing Company Stand, ORANGEBURG, S. C. The Entire stock of The Gents Clothing. Company, of Orangeburg, S. G., has been placed in the hands of the World's greatest bargains givers, Chicago Salvage Ccmpany, and wiH tesold in 10 DAYS by the Chicago Salvage Company. The entire stock is now being re-marked and re-arranged. The building is now closed until Saturday, October 3rd, when the entire st...

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. — 2 October 1908

See Circular and Newspapers Regarding The Gents Clothing' Company Big Sale. This is not an ordinary sale, but an extraordinary occa sion. The greatest bargain event in the history of Orangeburg. REMEMBER THIS SALE COMMENCES SATURDAY AT 9.00 a. m. October 3rd. 100 Corsets?Brand New ? nothing'the matter with the style or fit?just too many? that's all?Worth 90c, for this sale 25 Cents. Big Bargain Carnival of the Orangeburg Dry Goods Co. and the Gents Clothing Company. A monster massacre of high grade merchandise. A panic in prices lor 10 days only'at the store of The Omzigebnrg Dry Goods Co. Orangeburg, S. C. Again we call attention to commencement of sale, Satur day Oct. 3rd at 9 a. m. 500 yards 27 in. wide taffeta silk, in all the wanted good col ors, regular $1.00 silk. Extra special in this sale 59cts Save this and Wait until SATURDAY. OCTOBER 3rd, at 9 O'clock A. M. Z/he Orangeburg *Dry Sood? Co,? has been placed en the hando of th e Chicago Salvage Co., A corporation of Chicago,...

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. — 2 October 1908

CHURCH .TRIAL.. VETERAN METHODIST FOUND Q?H/TY BY JURY. Pot "Slandering" His Pastor in AfAfciag a Statement in Reference to Minnies and Collections. The St. Matthews correspondent of The News and Courier says a shore hut spicy little trial occurred at Wesley Chapel. M. E. Church, Wednesday morning. It is unusual for a man to speak so disrespectfully of his church in general and his own spiritual adviser in particular as to make the matter sufficiently interest ing to attract a fair audience. The Roy. G. W. Davis, of Bowman, S. C.. acted as referee, Martin Mann, Bsq., was the attorney for the com mittee and the Methodist minister, the. Rev. J. H. Thacker. who is now engaged in this circuit. Mr. Marvin Murphy, a graduate of Ciemson College, acted as secre tary and stenographer. Mr. John Vaughn, of Jamison, was the defendant and conducted his ow-i case. The following is the jist of the specifications against the accused as preferred by a committee composed of Messrs!! T. W. Murphy D. B...

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. — 6 October 1908

pTSTS?lfey jfr ii : Stete Hous ESTABLISHED IN 18 SOME LATE NEWS Happaning of tits Last Two or Three Days. All OVER THE WORLD. rSeveral People B arced to Death? Faintly Sho tto Death?Baby Kilt. 3 ed by Tame Bear "Teddy to Take the Stamp-?Thousands Drowned in India by the Terrible Floods, At Birmingham, Ala., A. A. Mc Lenahan, a negro, was burned to ?death and several-others had narrow escapes when-fire destroyed a build ing Sunday. Thousands Drowned. The latest reports from Hyderabad,! India, estimate the flood casualties j ?at 50,000. Order is being gradually restored and. the bodies buried. Few Europeans venture near the scene on -account of the odors which the win 1 carries many miles. . ? Eight Burned to Death. Sight people were burned to death and'several injured in a'fire in a crowded New York tenement house ?on Sunday night Maniac Uses Axe. At Johnson City, Tenn., L. A. Bay leefi, a magistrate, early Sunday at tacked hlo brother in law, Berney Bayless, while the latter was asl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 6 October 1908

PUBLISHED TWICE-A-WEEK . Tuewdaj and Friday. 40... .. ..No. 57. .- v "Entered as second-class mallei >v#*a. 1, 1908, at the postofflce at Or aagaburg, S. C, under the Act of ngress. of March 3. 1879 gas. jj. Sims. Editor and Proprietur. Has. Idar Sims. ? Associate Editor. Subscription Kate*. toe Tear. *i.?o Vis Mo nths.... .7r Steee Months.40 Advertising Ratet. rzaouioni advertisements $l.t-0 per inch fof first insertion and SO cents for each subsequent |aMrd"&: ?" Baain<?a Notices 10 cento per line for first losjrtiou and 5 oents per line for subsequent Isaertions Obituaries, Tributes of Be pect, Node* of l*?*nlr?, and all notices of a pa sonal or pollti nd nature are charged for ss regular advertise tasats, i Bpecial Notices, entitled Wanted, Lost, Vomd, Par Bent not exceeding twenty-five ?pords, one 1 ime, 85 oents; two times 50 cents; throe times, 75 cents and four times 51.00. Liberal contract made with merchants and OSbe' b .who wish to n n advertii ements foi three ...

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