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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 16 September 1909

Established in 1869. VoL 40.No. 69 Published Three Times a Week. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Entered as second-class matter Jan. 9, 1809, at the postoffice at Or angeburg, S. C, nuder the Act of Congress of March, 1879. Jas. L- Sims, Editor aud Proprietor. Jas. Izlar Sims, - Associate Editor. Subscription Rates. One lfear . .$1.50 Six Months.75 Three Months.40 Advertising Bates furnished on application. Remittances should be made by check, money order, registered let ters, or express orders, payable to The Times and Democrat, Orange burg, S. C. Latest phase of the Roosevelt up lift movement?Teddy, Jr., up in a balloon. If Western corn is causing pella gra in the South it will have to be cut out. Wihat awful cricks in the neck we will get when flying machine races become the regular thing at the county fairs. Dr. Cook's photographs of the pole, 400 in number, ought to show a striking resemblance to a Dakota prairie about Jan. 17. How quickly the wheel turns! Already the death of ...

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. — 16 September 1909

WHAT GEORGE V. ZEIGLER SAYS! Figures is what Counts. Prices cut on Everything in stock. ZEIGLER'S is Headquarters for everything wanted in Wearing Material. Only a few items mentioned below.= == Here It Is! CAN YOU BEAT THESE PRICES? Best Calico at.5 1-2 cents per yard Good Calico at.5 cents per yard Best Checked Homespun at.6 1-4 cents per yard Good Checked Homespun at.5 cents per yard Best Sea Island Homespun at.7 1-4 cents per yard Better Sea Island Homespun.C 1-4 cents per yard Good Sea Island Homespun. 5 cents per yard Bleaching, yard wide.5 cents per yard Bleaching, yard wide.8 W cents per yard Bleaching...8 1-4 cents per yard Bleaching, yard wide.9 1-3 coats per yard English Long Cloth.8 1-4 cents per yard English Long Cloth.9 1-3. cents per yard English Long Cloth.12 1-2 cents per yard English Long Cloth.16 1-2 cents per yard 2,000 yards beautiful Fleece Flanneletts, just the goods to maka kimonas and children's dresses, the kind you pay 12 1-2 cents for everywhere, at.8 1-3...

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. — 16 September 1909

THE CITY ELECTION MAYOR DUKES EE-ELECTED BY | A LARGE MAJORITY. .Alderman Lathrop and Weeks Re Elected ? Wannamaker, Jennings and Bryant Elected Aldermen. Smith and Sain Tie. The municipal election passed off quietly Tuesday, resulting in the re-election of Maycu Dukes by large majority, and the re-election also of Alderman Lathrop and Weeks to the Aldermanic Board. Capt. W. W. Wannamaker, and Messrs. R. F. Bryant and R. H. Jennings were also elected to the Aldermanic Board. Col. W. G. Smith and Mr. W. M. Sain tied for the sixth place on the Aldermanic Board, which will neces sitate another election to determine who the sixth man shall be. This second election will ,be open to all who choose to enter the race, but it is more than probable that Col. Smith and Mr. Sain will be the only candidates, as they each received 205 votes in Tuesday's election. The following is the number of votes received by each candidate: For Mayor. .T. W. H. Dukes.290 Dr. D. D. Salley.104 For Aldermen. W. W...

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 1909

FUBIJSHgD THREE SHIP BOOZE BACK Odeston BHod Tigers is Closely A Great Deal of Whiskey and Beer is Being Sent Away From Charles ton, the Tigers Being Afraid to Receive the Goods, as " it" would Be Seized. A'despatch flom Charleston to. The State? says three thousand and tw<? hu.ndr-ed - and fiity-six quarts ?l whiskey and 4,680 bottles of import ed beer were loaded Wednesday on a steamship of the Baltimore line and shipped back to Baltimore and im mediate points. The contraband had been consigned to blind tigers here, but never reached the consignees as the police patroled the water front day and night and tb stuff gradu ally piled up on the Wharves.' The greater part of the returned whiskey .ind beer was so undenia bly- contraband that the blind tigers did not even go through the form of attempting to O. K. the bills of lad ing.'-'but simply waited until the vig ilance of the police was relaxed. The opportunity never came, and all par ties concerned thought that the best plan wo...

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. — 18 September 1909

?to Sim#&nd ?tmm?L Established in 1869. , ,VoL 40. .. .. ..S?o. 69 Published Three Times ft Week. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Entered as second-class matter Jan. 9, 190?, at the postofflce at Or angeburg, S. C, nuder the Act of Ctongress of March, 1879. Jas. L. Sims, Editor and Proprietor. Jas. Izlar Sims, - Associate Editor. Subscription Rates. One Year..S*50 glix Months.75 Three Months.49 Advertising Rates furnished on implication. Remittances should be made by check, money order, registered let ters, or express orders, payable to The Times and Democrat, Orange burg, S. C. After living on whale oil and shoe leather for a year, there would not be much profit in taking Dr. Cook as a boarder. The lot of explorers' wives should be easier now, with the North Pole safely bagged. They have the worse end of the proposition. With the cattle shows open, our statesmen are now ready for the an nual ordeal of distinguishing a Jer sey from a Holstein cow. Now the cooks along a 13,000 mi...

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. — 18 September 1909

MONEY RAISING SALE!! If falling prices could be heard this saie would be as noisy as a boiler factory. A Windfall in values. Profits blown away, leaving the bare cost, or a loss we bear. Too much stock and too little money. Read this bill through, every word means Dollars to you SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, at 9 O'clock A. M. Extraordinary event that will interest the people of Orangeburg and < icinity An unfortunate condition which means a profitable opportunity for you. The Brunson Clothing Co., Orangeburg, S. C. $30 i\?\f\ Stock of Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Men's f\J\J\J Furnishing Goods to be Sold at Panic Prices. This Money Raising Sale of The Brunson Clothing Co. will abound in money-saving inducements that will truly prove a tonic for over-worked pocket books. We caution you to come early. Parents, who intend purchasing outfits for boys going to college will and can save, dollars by waiting for this sale. In order to prove to you what tremendous sacrifices must be made, look at...

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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 1909

ftfr BAD NEGROES AND LANDS . THEM IN THE COUNTY JAIL. tJSiey Are Captured After Severely Beating Up a Detective of Their Own Color. Springfield, Sept. 15.?Special: Last night Detective J. W. Ashburn lauded one of the most despeiate -gangs of outlaws that ever operated ia Springfield in the Orangeburg county jail. Some weeks ago sev eral members of this gang were ar xested by the town council, for' vio lating the whiskey laws of the State, ami while they were locked up in the town jail the mayor, with sev eral other reliable gentlemen, over heard one Ollie Drummond exhort ing his fellow prisoners to arm them -aelves with rifles and clean out the town of Springfield. After a vigorous fight made by an attorney from another county, who appeared for the defendants, they were bound over for trial at the next term of court. Becoming very bold and defiant after being releas ed on bond by the magistrate hear ing the case, the local Law and Or der. League employed Detective Ash burn, who came...

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. — 21 September 1909

PUBLISHED THREE COOK REPLIES. Talks of Peary's Charges and Declares that His Records WILL PROVE fflS CLAIM On Board the Steamer Which is Bringing Him Home the Brooklyn Explorer Talks Freely About Peary's Denial of His Claim and the Looting of His Stores. "Tell the people of America to have the fullest confidence in my conquest of the pole. I have records of observations made by me which will prove my claims. I shall be glad again to set my foot on Amer ican soil." This was the brief wireless mes sage Dr. Frederick A. Cook Friday asked the Associated Press to give ?.to his countrymen as he nears home on the steamer Oscar II, due to ar rive at New York today. Dr. Cook discussed freely with the Associated Press correspondent the Assertions of Commander Peary that he (Cook) had never reached the North Pole. When he departed for the North, Dr. Cook said he left a depot of pro visions at Annatok, north of Etah, in charge of Rudolph Francke and several Eskimos. Francke had in structions to...

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. — 21 September 1909

Established in 1889. Vol. 40.No. .69 Published Three Times a Week. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Entered as second-class matter Jan. 9,. 1909, at the postoffice at Or angeburg^ 3. C, nuder the Act of Congress of March,' 1879/ Jas. L. Sims, Editor and Proprietor. Jas. Izlar Sims, - Associate Editor. Subscription Rates. One Year .81.50 Six Months.75 Three Months.40 Advertising Rates furnished on application. Remittances should be made by check, money order,' registered let ters, or express orders, payable to The Times and Democrat, Orange-' burg, S. 0. Enough hot air is being generat ed by the rival camps of Cooksites and Pearyites to affect the temper ature of the north pole. In a speech at Winona, Minn., on Friday, President Taft defended the tariff steal recently engineered through Congress by Aldrlch, Payne & Co. Yet some folks say that the President is in favor of tariff re form. The people of this section are nf the opinion that Dr. Cook was the first white man to reach th...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 21 September 1909

The Best Budget of THAT YOU WILL FIND IN ORANGEBURG WE CLAIM TO HAVE WE HAVE made a sJudy of the needs of our great army of customers. Come join the ranks; be one of the satisfied. True cotton is where we want it. Wish it would keep soaring up. The other end?the prices of dry goods?we have something to do with that Having made very heavy purchases early in the season, we can truly say oug goods are no higher today than when cotton was very much lower. Your wants can be supplied with everything new DOMESTICS A very important end. This de partment wo are complete on? 27-inch Sea Island.soft and good, at.4c 36 and 38-inch Sea Island, best goods.5c and 6 l-4c Bleachings, made in South Caro lina .6c, 7c, 8c, 9c, 10c Outing, in light and dark col ors .5c to 10c Ginghams, every style, new fall goods.5c to 10c One case 36-inch Madras, white, 15c value at. lOc New Wool Finish Suitings for coat suits.10c DRESS GOODS Everything needed. Our line of Black Goods is especially strong. A large asso...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 21 September 1909

SAGGING ON COTTON SEX POUNDS PER HUNDRED SHOULD BE PUT ON TO Cover the Tare Taken Off all Cot? tea by the Spinners and Other J.., Bayers. . -j* ?Again we ?pald urge? our cotton growers to put on bagging and ties' to the full 6 per cent limit this season, says the Progressive Farmer. If you put on less than 6 per cent ?that is to say 30 pound* on a 500 pound bale, 27 on a 450-pound bale, .\2*> on a 400-pound bale, and so on ?it is simply a matter of giving the ctftttm !buyer good- Jcotton worth ,12 1-2 cents a pound when he is paying you only for bagging and ties averaging about 3 1-2 cents a pound. This is a matter our farm ers have been entirely too slow to understand. The gist of the whole matter is .*;mply this: The price of cof. on is fixed by manufacturers who buy oc a basis of 6 per cent deduction for bagging and ties. That is to say, they figure on 30 pounds tare for each 500-pound bale; and on each 500-pound bale, therefore, they allow a price for the gross bale suf ficie...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 23 September 1909

State So PUBLISHED ^aSEE Begins in Coknbia With the Case Against James Far HOW WYLIE WAS CAUGBT The Cashier of the Chester Bank Marked a One Hundred Bill Ten dered Henry/ Samuels in Payment 't tf * of Draft and it Was Returned for . > t -vi .1 1 v - -v.' !? In Deposit by Wylie. j The trial of the alleged dispensary j gratters commenced in Columbia Tuesday morning. The first case caiied was that of James ' Farnuih,' which was somewhat sensational. Declaring that niit of idle curiosity he had marked one of the hundrel dollar bins teauered Henry Samueic, in payment of a draft September 13, 1906, and that this bill was return ed for deposit by J. B. Wylie, along with bills- to the amount of $1,120, Robert Gage, cashier of the Commer- j ?cfal Bank,' of Chester, witness for the- State in the case, sprang the first sensation of the alleged graft trials j in the Court of Sessions. The State announced before calling Mr. Gage to the stand that it would connect this''testimony with the' acc...

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. — 23 September 1909

Sit littttsmtd ?mvmt Established in 1869. VoL 40.No. 69 Published Three Times a Week. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Entered as second-class matter Jan. 9, 1909, at the postofflce at Or angeburg, S. C nuder the Act of Congress of March. 1879. Jas. L. Sims, Editor and Proprietor. Jas. Izlar Sims, - Associate Editor. Subscription Rates. One Year .$1.50 Six -Months.75 Three Months.40 Advertising Rates furnished on application. Remittances should be made by check, money order, registered let ters, or express orders, payable to ?The Times and Democrat, Orange burg, S. C. The present thirteen thousand mile journey of Pre&ident Taft is the big gest ever undertaken by a Presi dent. It begins to look as if Attorney General Lyon will pu^ stripes on some of the grafters, sure enough. He has our permission. It is claimed that the sting of the bee will cure rheumatism in most cases. May be so, but we would rather have the rheumatism. The death of Gov. Johnson, of Minnesota, is a great loss ...

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. — 23 September 1909

WHAT GEORGE ZEIGLER SAYS! Figures is what Counts. Prices cut on Everything in stock. ZEIGLER'S is Headquarters for everything wanted in Wearing Material. Only a few items mentioned below.= - Here It Is! CAN YOU BEAT THESE PRICES? Best Calico at.. ...5 1-2 cents per yard Good Calico at.5 cents per yard Best Checked Homespun at.6 1-4 cents per yard Good Checked Homespun at.5 cents per yard Best Sea Island Homespun at.7 1-4 cents per yard Better Sea Island Homespun.6 1-4 cents per yard Good Sea Island Homespun.5 cents per yard Bleaching, yard wide.7.5 cents per yard Bleaching, yard wide.I.6 1-4 cents per yard Bleaching.8 1-4 cents per yard Bleaching, yard wide.9 1-3 cents per yard English Long Cloth..8 1-4 cents per yard English Long Cloth.9 1-3 cents per yard English Long Cloth.12 1-2 cents per yard English Long Cloth.16 1-2 cents per yard 2,000 yards beautiful Fleece Flanneletts, just the goods to maka kimonas and children's dresses, the kind you pay 12 1-2 cents for everywhere, at.8...

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. — 23 September 1909

ASKING TOR ELECTION PETITION PRESENTED TO GOV. ANSEL ON TUESDAY lioquesting Him to Order an Elec tion in Berkeley County for An nexation to Orangebarg. A petition has been presented to Gov. Ansel by the people who live in that part of Berkeley county that wish to annex themselves to Orange tmrg county, requesting him to or -der an election to determine the matter. The petition was present ed to the Governor on Tuesday by a delegation of citizens from Berk eley county, who were accompanied by. Major W. L. Glaze, of the Or jangeburg Bar, who drew the petition, ^md who is acting in a legal way for the petitioners. v The territory embraced in the pe tition extends from Four Holes -swamp on the west to Vances on the east, and from the Orangeburg line just this side of Holly Hill to Dean -swamp several miles below that thriving ,little town. It embraces ' about one hundred square miles and has about one million dollars ' wfcrth of taxable property. It will take in the towns of Holly Hill,...

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. — 25 September 1909

PUBLISHED THKEE FARNUM BRIBED Drawing the Net Titter and Tighter Abont the Defendant EVIDENCE VERY STRONG The Prosecution in the State Dis pensary Cases Had a Regular Field Day?The Links in the Chain of Evidence Carefully Fit ted Together by tlie State. The prosecution of the grafters in the State Dispensary matter is be coming very interesting. Before a jury which is to pass upon J. S. Farnums' guilt or his right to liber ty, Joe B. Wylie swore unreservedly that he had accepted bribes from Farnum. While Farnum Is being tried for a particular offense, that of giving a,bribe for $1,125 to Joe B. Wylie, yet the testimony took wide latitude and Wylie testified that this trans action was but an incident of a reg ular business connection with Far num. He alleged that Farnum had assisted in Wylies campaign for ' election; that after being elected Wylie was approached to use his in ?ftder.ce in behalf of whiskey and beer concerns represented by Farnum; . that in pursuance of agreement Wyli...

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 1909

Established in 1869. Vol. 40.No. 69 Published Three Times a Week. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Entered as second-class mat tor Jan. 9, 1909, at the postoffice-at Or angeburg, S. Gn nuder the Act of Congress of March, 1879. Jas. L. Sims, Editor and Proprietor. Jas. Izlar Sims, - Associate Editor. Subscription Rates. One Year .$1.50 Six Months.75 Three Months.40 Advertising Rates furnished on application. Remittances should be made by check, money order, registered let ters, or express orders, payable to The Times and Democrat, Orange burg, S. C. Mr. Taft may be a very pleasant, nioe gentleman, but as President he is a servial toole of the big trusts and corporations. . Despite Mr. Peary's admonition .that he will not receive ovation, we liotice he went to the rear platform sof his car to receive one which was Siot intended for him. As the Savananh Press sees it, the 'question which confronts thfe Republican party is fiow to elimi nate the negro from office holding and retain him a...

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. — 25 September 1909

GLOVER'S FALL OPENING The most comprehensive ? Stock of Shoes ever put on exhibition in this town is now ready for your in spection. All the new creations in Dainty Boots for Early Fall Wear. All the new and classy crea tions for ladies of taste and discrimination. GLOVER'S ORANGEBURG, S. C. New Button Boots In Patents, Kids and Dull Leathers New Patterns and Lasts, Made to Finish Out the Most Elabo rate Costumes I 0 I School Suits School Shoes Built for Duty We've School Suits and Shoes built on purpose to hold the active school boy who was never known to be quiet Stylish fabrics selected for their durabili ty. Suits sizes 6 to 16 years. $3 $4 $5 AND UP One of our splendid school suits will last the boy longer than two of the "bargain" sort, and it will look far better all the time he is wearing it. the House of McNAMARA I_:_I A SeAftClTV OP ^ GOOD MATeft/AL"J>^o%) The Choicest Materials such as are obtainable only through the facilities of the world's larg est vehicle and harne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 25 September 1909

MAYOR j. W. H. DUKES AND NEW CITY COUNCIL INDUCT ED INTO OFFICE. The Mayor Appoints the Standing Committees Whose Names Are Given Below. Mayor J. W. H. Dukes and the ?newly elected members of the City Council, and one commissioner of ? public works, were inducted into of fice on Tuesday night. Many of the friends of the new councilmen were present to see them assume official function. The cere monies were void of pomp or show, but amid a becoming solemity the oaths were administered, and upon every face was visible evidence of an official determination to keep this city of progress in the forefront. The following compose the new council: Mayor, J. W. H. Dukes; 4 aldermen, Abial Lathrop, William W. Wannamaker, R. H. Jennings, R. . F. Bryant, J. X. Weeks and W.j M. Sain, while Dr. J. G. Wannamaker goes back to the board of commis sioners of public works, where he has been since its organization in 1898. Mr. Dukes begins his seventh term as mayor of the city, though six years elapsed b...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 28 September 1909

PUBLISHED THREE PETTY SPITE Peary Refused to Allow Dr. Cook's Re cords Aboard His Steamer THEY WERE LEFT AT ETAH This Is What Whitney Cables to Dr. Cook In New York, Who Says it Does Not Matter as he Has a Duplicate, Which Will Suf fice, Commander Robert E. Peary, re fused absolutely to allow any of the records or instruments-of Dr. Frederick A. Cook to be brought abroad the steamer Roosevelt and was thus Instrumental in causing these recordB to remain in a cache at Etah, Greenland, according to Harry Whitney, tbe New Haven sportsman, in a dispatch received in New York by Dr. Cook on Sunday. The meseage, which came as response to one from Dj*. Cook, is as fol lows: "Strathcona. via India Harbor and Cape H?y, N. F., Sept 25. "Dr. F. A. Cook , VVaidorf, New York. "Started for home Roosevelt. Nothing arrived ?or me. Peary would allow nothing belonging to you on board. Said to leave every thing in cache at Etah. Met Capt. Sam, North Star. Did not go back after going schooner bound St. J...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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