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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 28 September 1909

9bt &ims&mA ?tmm& Established In 1860. . Vol. 40..No. 60 Published Three Times a Week. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Entered as second-class matter Jan. 9, 1009, at the postoffice at Or angeburg, S. C nuder the Act of Congress of March, 1870. Jas. L. Sims, Editor and Proprietor. Jas. Izlar Sims, - Associate Editor. Subscription Rates. One Tear .....$1.50 Sis 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. .,. " _ ? The verdict in the Farnum case was a distinct shock to the people of South Carolina. It appears to us from this distance that While's confession has ? put Farnum in a dark, deep hole. On the very day that Peary an nounced his thirty counts against Cook's claims of discovery, the Char leston Post published a picture of the North Pole taken by Cook when he was there. .Postmaster - General...

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. — 28 September 1909

7 The Best Budget of Fall Offerings THAT YOU WILL FIND IN ORANGEBURG WE CLAIM TO HAVE z WE HAVE made a stody 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 we are complete on? 27-inch Sea Island^oft and good, at.4c 36 and 38-Inch Sea Island, best goods.5c and 6 l-4c Bleachlngs, made in South Caro lina .Oc, 7c, 8c, Oe, 10c Outing, In light and dark col ors .Sc to 10c Ginghams, every style, new fall goods.?e to 10c One case 3 6-inch Madras, white, 15c value at.10c New Wool Finish Suitings for coat suits.10c DRESS GOODS Everything needed. Our line of Black Goods is especially st...

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. — 28 September 1909

COTTON PRICES WENT UP NEARLY ONE CENT PER POUND LAST WEEK. A New York Dispatch Says the Rise Came Like a Thunder Clap From a Clear Sky. A New York dispatch under date ?of last Saturday says the rise of eighty points in cotton and a sud den upshoot of speculation have tome almost like a thunder clap from a clear sky. The tropical storm with tidal waves, high winds and heavy damage in Louisiana, Missis sippi and Arkansas as well as Ten nessee and Alabama, has stirred the ?cotton world from centre to cir cumference. . Justus Patten has given out bul lish interviews and is long of the market. Some of his holdings of December and January he is under stood to have reduced on the sharp rise, but he is credited with buy ing distant months like March and May. Other buyers have included Eugene Scales, Frank B. Hayne, William H. Brown and John W. -fjates, as well, it appears, as promi nent tobacco interests. There Is a story, too, that very prominent cot ton men have bought heavily of cot-j to...

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. — 30 September 1909

PUBLISHED THBEE REFUND REBATES lae Benwein Disiilliog Company of LcuisriDe, Ky., MAKES REST1L?TI0N Concern, Once Represented by Far num Agrees to Pay to the Wind ing-l'p Commission $30,000, Al though the Commission Has no Claim of Overcharges. The Columbia correspondent of The News and Courier says follow ing a conference last week between the winding-up commission of the old State dispensary and the representa tives of the Bernheim Distilling Com pany, of Louisville, Ky., the company Monday announced that it will re fund to the State overcharges on liquor amounting to $00,000. The company, which was represented be fore the old State board of control by James S. Farnum, acquitted Sat urday of bribing Jos. B. Wyiie, then a member of the purchasing board, to give the concern? represented by Farnum the preference in purchasing liquors, admits the overcharges and says it is willing to .make good this much of the State's lose. ' The refund is voluntary on the " part of the company, as th...

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. — 30 September 1909

igto Stirnband gtmm?L Established in 1866. TToL 40.No. 60 Published Three Times a Week. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Entered as second-class matter Jan. 9, 1909, at the postoffice at Or angeburg, S. C, nuder the Act of Congress of March, 1879. Jas. Jj. 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-' fers, or express orders, payable to The Times and Democrat, Orange burg, S. 0. If sportsmanlike methods of con ducting a controversy are to count, Cook is surely a winner. President Taft the past week while in in Utah had a chance to see life in the original anti-race suicide belt. The easiest way to get miserable is by constantly thinking about one-] aeif; the easiest way to be happy is j to do good to others. - Mr. Taft may be a very pleasant, nioe gentleman, but as President he is a servial...

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. — 30 September 1909

iMM?.*m*m#M.?.MMMM.?Ml MOSELEY 9 TO THE TRADE MEANS QUALI TIES UNSURPASSED. IT means more, it stands for confidence, it goes farther yet, satisfaction is always guaranteed when you trade at MOSELEY'S. Our competitor^ say we have ruined the big profits in business, but we are satisfied with small profits. We want the volume of business and I can assure you that our September business the best in whole experi ence. This must be a reason, come and investigate for yourself. A new department with us this fall is Coat Suits and Extra Skirts, We have done well, of course its new with us, but we are coming and expect to do better in future. Dress Goods Department has some of the newest of the season's best fabrics; everything in Salois, Worst eds, Serges, Cashmero, Panams, etc., Bhown in every color, price.25c to $1.25 yd. Our line of Nets and Trimmings also contain the best on" the mar kets. Jet Buttons and Bindings, ex tra good and stylish. The season's craze just now is Rep goods for fal...

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. — 30 September 1909

BRANCHVILLE LETTER THE GRADED SCHOOL HAS SUC CESSFULLY OPENED. Ctood Corps of Teachers for Coming Year's Work?Other Local News of Interest. ?.'.V. -J. Brachville, Sept. 28. ? Special: "Monday morning saw the opening ot another school year in Branchville, and quite a good opening it was, too. A large number of patrons and visitors were on hand to cheer the little ones on their new school year. All the teachers were on hand an ready vo begin work, with the ex ception of the principal, who was -detained on account of illness. The exercises were opened with .prayer and scripture reading by Rev. F. H. Beckham, the Methodist min ister of this place. Mr. G. W. Reeves, chairman of the Board of Trustees, called the school to order and made a short address of welcome. After the reading and prayer,^ Rev. Beckham made a short but very able address to the children on the value of an education, and tried to impress npon them the fact that their time of play was over and that the time for work had...

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. — 2 October 1909

PUBLISHED THREE HAS CONFESSED Mrs. Faolling, Widow of Slain Man, Says Gordon Is Guilty. SENSATIONAL WITNESS Trial at Hinesville, Ga., of Alleged Slayer of Former Berkeley Man, Reaches Sensational Climax?Mrs. FanRing Claims Gordon Threaten ed to Kill Her if She Told. A dispatch from Hinesvlle, Ga., says Mrs. Helen Faulling, widow of slain William N. Faulling, Jr.,. for whose murder Charles A. Gordon is on trial at that place. Wednesday on the witness stand made a sensa tional confession of intimacy with Gordon and ended her story by de claring .that he told her he killed her husband and threatened to kill her if she should tell on him. The confession was unexpected to the big crowd in the court room, though many believed to be true just what Mrs. Faulling declared is true. "I am confessing because I don't want to go to Heaven or hell with a lie on my lips," wailed the unhappy woman through her tears at the end of her sordid narrative. In part her confession follows, and since it has ...

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. — 2 October 1909

Established in 1860. VoL 40.No. 60 Published Three Times a Week. ! Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. _I Entered as second-class matter Jan. ?, 1900, at the postoffice at Or- j afigeborg, S. C? nuder the Act of Congress of March, 1870. Jas. L. Sims, Editor and Proprietor. Jas. Izlar Sims, - Associate Editor. Subscription Bates. 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. There is now a hush of expectation to see if Peary will break the record j for^ the hammer throw. !J- - ? ? * -;? Now they are naming babies Peary j Cook. This is fitting to poor little | innocent? born into a cold, cold j world. . Strange to say, the Hudson-Fulton iZoate .failed to represent the most Cjon,trolling force in New York today ??the-.Tammany tiger. With free art, the European in dustry of palming off $10 chromosl for.$...

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. — 2 October 1909

GLOVER'S ?o 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. AH 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 Craig & Kennedy PHONES 15 and 145. C R A I G S OFFEE IS WHAT WE WANT TO talk to you IGHT NOW: FOR TWENTY years ND MORE. WE HAVE BEEN trying N VAIN TO GET A FANCY grade of OOD COFFEE. TO SUIT THE best trade. OMETIME WE GET A FANCY grade of Read These Testimonials. <N OFFEE FROM SOME" NEW ? York or New OORLEANS IMPORTERS. WHICH would show up FANCY FOR AWHILE. THEN would FALL DOWN AND SHIP US AN inferior grade, I7 NTIRELY DIFFERENT FROM ~ the first shpment, so I? VENTUALLY WE WOULD ?* have to cut it out. ODAY WE ARE VERY GLAD to state, AND TRUTHFULLY SAY, THAT we hav...

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. — 2 October 1909

THE OLD VETERANS HOLL OP COMPANY A., FIFTH REGIMENT CAVALRY. "The Original Muster Roll of Those Who Went With This Company of Volunteers In the Civil War. Through the courtesy of Mr. F. 1. Gates of the Cameron section, we are enabled to publish in this issue the roll of Comapny A, Fifth Regi mental Cavalry, South Carolina Vol unteers, in the Confederate States Provisional Army. Although years nave passed, Mr. Gates is still able io call the roll alphabetically from his memory. Following is the roll: Captains. Edwards, J. C. Jeffords. T. A. First Lieutenants. Dantzler, David. Second Lieutenants. Miller, H. M. .Dibble, Virgil C. N - Browne, Jno. D. Wannamaker, W. W. Smoak, W. F. Sergeants. $ Dantzler. J. A. Evans, T. P. Glaze, R. M. ' Evans, W. C. Haigier, D. S. File, Joy. Kennerly, J. T. C. Dukes, J. H. Edwards, C. S. ?Keller, W. R. Roberts, J. W. Corporals. Dukes, J. G. Felder, L. E. D. Reese, W.. P. Baxter, J. F. Snell, A. M. Privates. A rant, A. A. Arant, J. W. Autley, D. D. . Aye...

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. — 5 October 1909

PUBLISHED THBEE SIX MEN DEAD * As the Result of a Terrible Explosion in a Cod Mine THREE FATALLY HURT The Mine Oanght Fire at Once and Late Sunday Night the Flames Were Shooting Up From the Shaft Nearly One Hundred Feet in the Open Air. Near Roslyn, Wash., Sunday night, at least - men were killed and three perhaps fatally injured in a gas explosion in coal mine No. 4,! of the Northwestern Improvement Company. When the explosion occurred, a column of fire was thrown hundreds of feet into the air, igniting the shaft plant and adjoining buil.'iings. Under the Intense heat the hoist of the shaft crumbled and fell. Cinders were blown iu all directions, several buildings in parts of the little min ing town taking file. The citizens were unable to jxtingttlsh the tires and the Roslyn fire department was called out. The mine in the neighborhood of the shaft was burning fiercely late Sunday night, llames shooting up from the shaft nearly one hundred feet into the air. The electric pumps, whi...

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. — 5 October 1909

$lu &uu0 ami ?tuwtt$L Established in 1869. Vol. 40.v. 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, S. C, nuder the Act of Congress of March, 1879. Jas. L. Sims, Editor and Proprietor. fas. Izlar Sims, - Associate Editor. Subscription Rates. One Year .81.50 She 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 und Democrat, Orange burg, S..C. Hereafter no one should be per mitted to go on a polar expedition who can not pass an examination in good manners. The diplomatic census-taker asks Che lady her age, arid then tells her that she-doesn't look it.?Atlanta Constitution. It used to be said that President McKinley kept his ear to the ground, b*t Mr. 'Taft put both ears 1,200 feet under at Butte. Commander Peary's attitude il lustrates the scriptural...

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. — 5 October 1909

GIGANTIC ALTERATION SALE LOUIS COHEN & CO 232 and 234 King St., Charleston, S. C. The Largest wholesale and Retail Mail Order House in the South. OUR BIG BUSINESS GROWS BIGGER Consequently, we have to enlarge our buildings, and our stores when completed will be 500 feet long, running la arcade from right through the block from Kins to Meeting streets?giving ns a floor space of 40,000 feet. While These Altera tion Sales Are Going On You and your friends can benefit by the riches money-saving chances that ever came your way. WE MUST HAVE ROOM , Profit is not thought of?cost is lost sight of. No matter what, write us an open order?we'll fill It as carefully as though you were standing at our elbow?and save you from one-third to one half on every purchase. Copyright 1909. by Hasher Brothers, Philadelphia. Pa, 'E are willing that the clothes we sell should shoulder their own burden of proof. Let them do their own talking, if you please. When it comes to designing styling, inside and ...

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. — 5 October 1909

DIES FROM FALL &ANTEE TRESTLE BRIDGE WORK ER MEETS AWFUL DEATH. Loosening of Rope Precipitated Hiiu Forty Feet From Derrick Boom to Steel Trestle Work. The News and Courier says G. L. Johnson, of Richmond, Va., a trestle worker, in the employ of the Ameri can Bridge Building Company, of New York, died Friday afternoon at about 2 o'clock on the threshold of the St. Francis Xavier Infirmary, as the result of injuries received by ? falling from a forty-foot derrick mast at the steel trestle now in -?ourse of construction by the At lantic Coast Line Railway over the .Santee. river, near St. Stephen's. The accident occurred at about 10 o'clock Friday morning, and although medical attention was given the un fortunate man immediately, several ?hours passed before he eould be put on the Florence train of the Atlan tic Coast Line and carried to Char -leston. Johnson was conscious until death ..relieved him of his sufferings from half a dozen fractures of bones and other horrible Injuries...

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. — 7 October 1909

PUBLISHED THBEE KEPT IN A CAVE A Young Man Held a Prisoner by His Two Consins Some Time ESCAPED BY RUNNING Hit; Abductors Are Arrested and Released on l$pntf?It is Sadd They Intended to Kill Young Chummey, Who Had Been Held in Captivity for 24 Hours. A Spartanburg dispatch to The State says Joe Chummey, a youth of 17 years of age, son of Smith Chummey, who lives near Hobbeys ville in that county, was waylaid and caught, it is alleged, on'his way from school last Thursday afternoon by his cousins, Frank and Simeon Chum mey, sons of Ben Chummey, of mat section, and imprisoned in a cave six miles below Woodruff, where he was held prisoner for 24 hours. The Chummeys, It is said, learning Friday afternoon that the people in search of Joe Chummey were close on their trail went to move their pilisoner /to another hiding place, when he broke- loose and ran, mak ing good his escape. The alleged kidnapping of Joe Chummey has stirred the neighborhood about Woodruff and Hobbeyville as it has ne...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 7 October 1909

Established in 1869. VoL 40.No. 60 Published Three Times a Week. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Entered as second-class matter Jan. 0, 1909, at the postoffice 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 .81J50 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 barg. S. C. If corporations have no soul what about those of the people who con stitute the corporatins? There are people with natures so perverted that they are equally ready to shed tears over dead dogs and !e.t\ their families starve. A two legged creature is not neces sarily a man, he may be only an apol ogy for one. To be a man demands industry, right living and strength Of .will. It is a great pity that the South ern cotton mills feel called on to ...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 7 October 1909

i MOSELEY'S TO THE TRADE MEANS QUALI TIES UNSURPASSED. IT means more, it stands for confidence, it goes farther yet, satisfaction is always guaranteed when you trade at MOSELEY'S. Our competitors say we have ruined the big profits in business, but we are satisfied with small profits. We want the volume of business and I can assure you that our September business the best in whole experi ence. This must be a reason, come and investigate for yourself. A new department with us this fall is Coat Suits and Extra Skirts, We have done well, of course its new with us, but we are coming and expect to do better in future. Dress Goods Department has some of the newest of the season's best fabrics; everything in Salois, Worst eds, Serges, Cashmers, Panams, etc., Bhown In every color, price.25c to $1.25 yd. Our line of Nets and Trimmings also contain the best on the mar kets. Jet Buttons and Bindings, ex tra good and stylish. The season's craze Just now is Rep goods for fall coat suits, Jumper s...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 7 October 1909

SOME BLUSTERING TALK FROM REV. J. L. HARLEY ABOUT THE EDITOR OP THIS PAPER For Publishing an Extract From and Commenting on One of His Alleg ed Speeches. Editor Times and Democrat: In your paper of September 25th, you have some editorials which you must know are unture. In one place you says: "Rev. J. L. Harley says his father was a deacon and ran a -still, and his uncle was a deacon and ran a bar, and all the church members carried their fruit and oth er things to the still to be turned into brandy." Now, Sir, I call upon you to tell when you ever heard me, or knew me to ever make any such statement, anywhere or at any time You have known me from my youth. I am from your own county, Orange burg, and you know it. You know that my father was not even a mem ber of the Baptist church, much less a deacon. The people throughout the entire county know that he was a member of the Methodist church to the day of his death. They know too that he was never the owner of a still in his life. The...

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. — 9 October 1909

PU1 L'SHISD T?BEE A PEN PICTURE j By Colonel SiovaH of Three Prominent Men He Once Knsw WHO BECAME GOVERNORS Col. Pleasant Stovall Gives Early Memories of Miles H. McSweeney, Ben R, Tilhnan and John Gary Evans, All Three of Whom Were Elected Governors of S. Carolina. Col. Pleasant A. Stovall, editor of the Savannah Press, used to work on the Augusta Chronicle. At that time three young men from South Caro lina had the habit of dropping into the Chronicle office now and then to see the reporters. Col. Stovall has been letting his memory dwell onj those days recently and the result Is the following editorial in The: Press: , About twenty years ago. In The; Chronicle office in Augusta, soiuej interesting people used to come up at night and chat with the editors. I Many of these visitors were from across the river, for Augusta is very; largely made up Of South Carolin ians, and in the course of a day about half of the visitors are from Carolina. One of these men was a short, thick set, f...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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