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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 18 December 1909

WHAT CAUSED FIRE REPORT MADE ON BURNING AT STATE COLORED COLLEGE. Inspector Wharton and Chief of Fire Department Dibble, Claim Fire Was Caused by Bad Fine. Insurance Commissioner McMas ter is of the opinion that the fire ?which destroyed the dormitory and dining room of the State Colored 'College at Orangeburg several weeks ago was caused by a defective flue in that the flue, according to reports ?ade by the inspector, show that the flue in the building was only one brick thick. A report has been filed with the commissioner by B. A. Wharton, inspector of the insur ance department, and T. O. Dibble, chief of the fire department of Or angeburg. In his report Mr. Dibble says: '*? beg to recommend that you re quest the trustees of this institu tion that they insist that equipment sad hydrants placed on this campus for fire protection be used for no ether purpose, and that a regular fire squad be organized and drilled in the use of all appliances; that a regular fire drill be required in...

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. — 18 December 1909

WHAT CAUSED FIRE BEIPORT MADE ON BURNING AT STATE COLORED COLLEGE. Inspector Wharton and Chief of Fire Department Dibble, Claim Fire Was Caused by Bad Flue. Insurance Commissioner McMas tsr is of the opinion that the fire wlaich destroyed the dormitory and dining room of the State Colored College at Orangeburg several weeks a&'o was caused by a defective flue in that the flue, according to reports made by the inspector, show that the flue in the building was only one brick thick. A report has been Hied with the commissioner by B. A. Wharton, inspector of the insur ance department, end T. O. Dibble, ohief of the fire department of Or augeburg. In his report Mr. Dibble says: '*t beg to recommend that you re quest the trustees of this institu tion that they insist that equipment mad hydrants placed on this campus for fire protection be used for no ether purpose, and that a regular Hire squad be organized and drilled in the use of all appliances; that a regular Are drill be required...

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 December 1909

ItU About Conditions in lite Atlanta Stockade. TREATED LIKE BEASTS Reports Barbarin us Conditions and Superintendent Vining is Thor oughly Incompetent?Revelations Grew Out of .an Indictment of Two Officers for Beating a Negro. "No words can express our sur prise, mortification and disgust at the unspeakable conditions which ex ist at the city stockade." Such is the opening sentence, says the Atlanta .Journal of the report made Friday to Judge Ellis, of tHe ijuperior court ,by the November grand jury, which sent a committee eat to the city chain gang Thurs day afternoon to investigate charg ?B-which grew out of the alleged un merciful beating of negroes by con vict guards. The committee reports that 100 negro men were found cooped up in a small poorly ventilated eating room, which had a dirt floor, and which was absolutely offensive from filth, expectoration and the odor of unclean human bodies. The room where the white men ate, it is stated, was little better, except that I the Moor...

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. — 21 December 1909

Established in 1S0U. Vol. 40 . No. 120 Pnblishcd Three Times a Week, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Entered as secoud-class matter Jan. 0, 100!), at the postoffice at Or angebuig, S. C, under the Act of Congress of March, 1879. Jas. Ii. Sims, Editor and Proprietor. | Jas. Iilar Sims, - Associute Editor. J Subscription Rates. One Year.$1.30 Six Months.75 Three Mouths.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 Dem> -rat. Orange-1 b-iirg. S. 0. 1!" Santa Claus has to fill up Mr. Tail s stocking he may be a little slow on his Washington dates. Strange to say, congress has been in session two weeks and, not a case eo far of assault and battery is reported. Can you imagine our ex-president doing anythiug so domesticated as going to New York to buy Christ mas presents? Santa Claus seems to have been the original forest conservator, in substituting the stocking for the ...

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. — 21 December 1909

A different sort of an ad= Craig & Kennedy's ad about High Quality. In these days of "Sales" and "Under-Values" and "Cut-Prices," it is sometimes hard to be heard.; Unfortunately, so many mis statements and india-rubber claims are made in advertisement*} that many persons doubt the sincerity of all ads and the possibility of baying splendid valnes without a half page of cut-throat prices. But while some stores hunt REASON we hunt QUALITY. Better Val aes than other stores can sell regularly or irregularly. Better goods that are worth every cent yau pay for them. Some High Quality Things for the Christmas Trade. Beat seeded raisins. Best cleaned currants. Best citron. Orange Peel. Dried figs. Datos. Shelled Almonds. XXXX Powered Sugar. New Almonds. Walnuts. Butternuts. S. C. Pecans. Mince Meat. Plum Pudding. Oram berry Sauce. Finest Celery. Crystallized Ginger. Saratogo Chips. Fruit Cake. Nabisco Wafers. FOR GOOD THINGS, AT GOOD PRICES IN THE GROCERY Charapayne Wafers. Apples. Ora...

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. — 21 December 1909

mtU COTTON BUYER FARMERS SOLD HIM COTTON AHEAD Df THE SPRING JSct Refused to Deliver in the F?U? Claiming Deals Were of Gambling Nature. The Columbia State says L. V. 3Whble, a cotton buyer who has been engaged in business in Columbia for tear years, is threatened with bank rwgtcy proceedings. The defendant h? a son of Samuel Dibble, a former congressman and highly regarded citizen of the State, and is himself a man of considerable force and talent. There is much Involved in the pro ceedings for bankruptcy which have been filed with a firm of lawyers in Columbia. It is said that the pe tition in bankruptcy has been filed with the federal court, Judge W. JL Brawley of Charleston. Mr. Dib ble's liabilities are alleged to be $75,000 and his available assets but $25,000. However, it Is declared, had Mr. Dibble been 'given the cotton which j tie bought on a ba3is of future de livery he would today be able to jay all indebtedness and in addition would have a comfortable fortune. Mr. Dibbl...

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. — 23 December 1909

r ?B LUSHED TH. RUE STANDS BY COOK Admiral ScUej Oils Upu Peiry to Sab sit His Data to Dues. WHO REJECTED COOK'S So Reaffirms IDs Ooafldoaco ia the arooklya Explorer sad Declare* That the Saas Mea Who Repu diated CookV Record* Should Al so Pass Cpoa Peftry's Proof. Re&flirmlag his complete confi dence ia Dr. Oook. Rear Admiral W. & Sohley? retired, Wednesday called psihiicly upon Commander Peary to submit his proofs that he reached the North Pole to some scientific body other than the National Geog raphic Society. This the Admiral decalrea, should be done at once in the interests of justice and to es tablish beyond question the claims of Peary. The Admiral believes that the same body which threw out and re pudiated Cook's data should be per mitted to pass upon the data sub mitted by Peary to the Geographic Society. ~The Danes are the beet posted body of men in the world on Arctic matters," he said. "The consistory of the University of Copenhagen should ba given the opportuni...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 23 December 1909

Astronomer Caoille Rwmum Says it is Now Trareliig WITH ENORMOUS SPEED Just Now the Path of the Erratic Visitor is Directed Both Towards the Earth and the Son, But it Will Soon Draw Away From th-? Earth. Camilla Flamarlmon, the distin guished French astronomer, writes of Halley'8 comet to The New York Herald as follows: Halley's comet, the arrival of which I was permit te-J to witness by quite a celestial favq?r . on the photographio plates of Heidelberg University, on Sep tember 12, is advancing rapidly to ward the earth. At that time it was 522: million kilometers from us; this distance has been reduced to 226 million, which is about the distance of the orbit of Mars to the sun. The, comet then has come about three . hundred million kilometers closer to us In seventy-six days, which gives it an average speed of 3,890,000 kilometers, or very nearly four mil lion kilometers a day. Truly a pret ty taJx speed!- That speed, too, will go on increasing according as the comet draws nearer ...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 23 December 1909

W^WmaSKLmm L_ Peruvian Guano is net to be compared with other fertili zers now in general use. It is the natural food for plants, just ?3 broad is noon's natural food. In Nature's factory are no strong acid3 nor high proof chemicals. ia Peruvian Guano there is Phosphate without the use of Sulphuric Acid. Ammonia in inimitable forms, some quickly active, 6ome slower,some still more slow. Potash, available, but unlit? the soluble mineral PoUuh in "man-made" fertilizer. PERUVIAN keeps cotton preen until frost, and produces larger yields than any other fertilizer known. Write for book of lettrri tad pictures froca tboM fbo hire a ted PfcCU VI A.B. PERUVIAN GUANO CORPORATION CHARLESTON, S. C. K. FULTON DUKES, Agent, : : : : rOrangebarg, S. a MSffiMMflL BUREAU a seAfte^Ty op 0OCO MATSftfAl* A?5 The Choicest Materials ?eck as are obtataable only through toe facilities of the world's htrs e*t to hide and harness factories make the . TYSON b JONES" BUOGY, THE "WHITE HICKORY" WAQON, and the "...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 23 December 1909

Whs WtmtzmH ?mmzl Established in 1839. YoL 40 .No. ISO Published Three Times s Week, Tnesday, Thursday and Saturday. '? Entered as aocend-clfcsg matter IT? 9, 1009, at the poatcfilco at Or sagebarg, S. On ander the Act of Cl?f.11. of Maren? 1870. Jas. L. Sims, Editor and Proprietor. Jas. lsiar Sims, - Associate Editor. Subscription Kates. Date Year. .*150 Six Months.75 Three Months.40 Advertising Sates furnished on application. Remittances should be made by check, money order, registered let Cm., or express orders, payable to The Times and Democrat, Orange bun;. H. C festerer eise you may do this Ohristmas, do not get drunk. . "Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace and ~ood will to max" No man has testified against Dr. Cook who has not incriminated him self in hi3 testimony. In nearly every instance where r newspaper abuses Bryan the editor ta a soft gaell Republican. The wise man considers wherein the old year was unprofitable to him that he may do better in the new year....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 23 December 1909

It) \\}t selection of Holkky reigenjbrnjces It 1* veil to keep it) tt)lt)d t\)&\ tlpe distinctive $lft-tl?e ur;eon)H)or;, tlpe particularly useful, or tfye exceptionally beautiful-Impresses upop t\}t recipient tfye good teste &Qd dlscerr^rr/ept of tlpe giver. Here you will flijd countless articles for ??rl*tn)&s Gifts vt^let). for upusu&I dlstlr^ctlor; or urjcoiQnjor; utility. ^ve e^rged <\ rlgfpt to your recogijltlop durlpg tl?ls ?!?rlstn)&s se&sor;. Especially for Boys. Talcs of sport, adventure, ingenuity and resource fulness are always attractive to boys, and in such stor ies we are weB stocked. We take pleasure in an nouncing a few of the more striking of these tales. Hector's Inheritance .. ..Alger Telegraph Box.;. Alger Shifting for Himself ..Alger Facing the World.Alger Joe's Luck...Alger Brave and Bold.Alger Sink or Swim.Alger Jaek'e Ward.Alger Adrift in New Yerk -Alger Lynx Hunters.Stephens Taklof Manila.Willlama Mysterious Island.Verne 20.000 Le...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 23 December 1909

Some Wives Object to Their Husbands Buying Life Insurance, But No Widow Has Ever Refused to Accept a Check In ^^Payment Of a Death Claim^= Isn't it every worthy man's ambition to accumalate an estate, to provide for those who are or may become depen dent upon him? A policy in the Jefferson Standard guarantees that this shall be accomplished whether the man lives or dies. If you are sane and sound and your life has no money value you are a clog in the wheel of progress and pros* perity. If it has a money value is it anything but good common sense for you to protect your estate from loosing that value? You can do this only through the Medium of Life Insurance, and the Jefferson Standard is the most logical Company in which to insure because it has no superior, and few equals, in strength, conservatism and legitimate liberals ty on earth, and it is doing more to build up the South, where your interests are located, than any similar institution in the world. The Yull tide, the Xmas seas...

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. — 23 December 1909

CLAIMS5" 0 CURE CANCER WITHOUT OPERATION OR THE USE OF KNIFE IN ANY WAT. Dr. Armstrong, of New York, Says H& Treatment Has Been Soccess fnBy Tested. Dr. Thomas M. Armstrong, of New York, asserts he has discovered an almost certain cure for cancer; other physicians seem to agree in this opinion. Dr. Armstrong, who lives at No 1*6 West Thirty-sixth street, New York City, insists that he does not seek newspaper notoriety, but teAa bound, for the sake of suffering hu inanity, to make his cure known. He was' graduated from the medical de partment of Toronto University is 1877. and has practiced medicine in the West and in New York. Twenty four years ago he began to studj cancer ia the living patient and microscopically and chemically. VI found my cure nine years ago," said Dr. Armstrong a few days ago. "Since then I have treated thirty nine cases of true cancer, thirty six have been cured perfectly. The three fsRares, I believe, resulted he cause the physicians in immed iate at tenda...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 23 December 1909

ELECTION ORDERED TUB BERKELEY COUNTY AN NEXATION MATTER. ^SWl Text, of Got. Ansel's Proclama tion Ordering toe Election on . fbursday, Psh. S. Stele of South Carolina, Executive Department. Whereas, a petition signed by morn tftan one-third of the qualified eleo tfers of that portion of Berkeley -ohunty proposed to be cut off and annexed . to Orangeburg county in tikis Stabe, was filed in my office on tke> twenty-first day of September, Jkt D. 1909, and embracing the fol tirsring lines and boundaries, to-wit: "Beginning at a point located on I*l?r Holes Swamp at the intersec tion, of the boundary lines of Or ?agohurg, Dorehester and Berkeley ?counties, and extending in a south aasierly direction along Four Ho}ea . Swamp, the same being the boun dary between Dorchester and Berke ls counties to a large cypress which ?stands at the confluence, of Four Holes and Dean's Swamp, at the up ?ex part of Turkey Lake; thence up and along the run of Dean Swamp as it meander* to a point where ...

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 December 1909

PUBLISHED THREE JONES SLOGAN Is He Tsxatioa Wilhwt EqoalizalifiQ In Stafc Mma JODGERS Tm\x C?K^S^Uer-Geoeral ??^v^if^ With the Tkl^^e^ment Methods as This State <? i'a > So Cam to Have Tt w ? > ?? - ? . - - - ?? His Way. ? >* A. W. Jones, comptroller-general at'South Carolina has a new Bio-: gam and one which he thinks should s.aaplant the .famous expression of j Patrick Henry. "No taxation without equaliza tteu." says the comptroller, for the ether, "no taxation without repre sentation," has passed away and it seems to be the "life work of Mr. Joses to equalize the"taxes in this Slate. For 'twenty; years has ac famght for such a condition, long j sofore he 'played into State ' poli ties. '" * He is not fighting the corpora tteas for i*? his opinion they are Ivet te, assessed than the land of thej sSte.^-" ? p ? ' * 4 However, exceptions have been tfaJcac'"io his statement- as. to street railways and power companies. ' Tker foilowinff' is 'a^Stbry publish-j ?4 and answer...

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. — 28 December 1909

Established in 1809. Vot <H> . No. 120 Published Three Times a Week, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Entered as second-class matter Jaau 0, 1009, at the postofllce at Or angeburg. S. 0., under the Act ot Congress of March, 1879. Jas. L. Sims, Editor and Proprietor. Jas. SzJar Sims, - Associate Editor. Subscription Bates. Oae Year.fl.50 Six Months.73 Three Mouths.40 Advertising Rates furnished on application. Remittances should be made by check, money order, registered let ters, or express orders, payable toj The Times and Democrat, Orange barg. S. 0. Nikaragua gets a new ruler poute-j ly t-.rmed president, but who Is just as much a king as ever Dick Orox^r was Why all these railroad accidents? The railroads have never been giv en the license extendad to foot ball players. A Brooklyn four-year-old, after j practising Christmas songs, was J killed by an automobile. How long. 0. Lord, how long! Either the world owes Dr. Cook the highest honors by way of repa ration or his name is...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 28 December 1909

im 11 IM? nil,.""H? ? Polly and the Death Trap By CIAS. SIONA BUD Je?y Make was sitting en a pan theon stseL milking a one-horned ?ow. A man stood fa few feet be hind her with als bank against the fence, EC? was quite different front Polly's Und. as aar stranger might nave guessed. He was a town man ?Felly was a mountain girl. PoIIr kept busy with her milking ana* the man talked volubly, as he usually did. It was sunset and the shadow ef night already had fallen npon the ralley below, giving a dus ky kae to the foliage of the distant trees. It was the hour when Polly usually milked the one-horned cow in the evening; and It was not by ao ?1 dent that the man was there. tnlk to.g te her. Polly wore no bonnet and ike mass of curling brown hair which hung about her neck and shoulders was ravishing In the rich ness ml Its effect. Obviously she was gad ml the man's presence, for a certain happiness and a certain amount of embarassment, when he was near. Invariably set her heart te thumpin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 28 December 1909

BATE TO LOSE HIM IttB. T. H. WANNAMAKER AND j'AMTLY GOES TO COLUMBIA. Wfeero Mr. Wannamaker Will Build mA Manage a Now Cotton Factory ta Manufacture Yarnv . lie ^Columbia correspondent of " irs and Courier says. Coluin to have a new cotton mill, the stock to be $100,000, a com mission having been Issued Thursday tet promoters of a texile establish ment to be known as the Glencoe Mills. Mr. T. Heber Wannamaker, a farmer resident of Columbia, and in Snainess here then as a cotton fac tor, but for the past several years president of the Orange Cotton Mills at his old home in Orangeburg, is be president. He owns a majority ? et the stock. ? will be located'on a site, which Mr. Wannamaker has already secur ed m the wholesale district, on Huger street, next door north from the Southern Aseptic laboratories, and two blocks south from Gervais street. The new cotton mill company will be organized at a meeting of stock holders next Thursday, when direc tors and officers will be elected. Im me...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 30 December 1909

Bali of Schooner Davis Palmer Ashore Near Boston Harbor CLEARS UP A MYSTERY The Captain and the Entire Crew of Eileven Men Went Down With the [aimer?Another Disaster Added to tho Long List of These Caused By tho Storm. The wreck of the five masted ncnocner Davis Palmer was located Tuesday morning just outside of De t?s Bank buoy, north of Commis sioners Ledge, at the entrance to Bread Sound, Boston harbor. The biij vessel He3 submerge!,. but tne mut heads project from the water. It is thought that the Palmer touch ed a shcal spot early Sunday morn Ll-t, the seas during the terrific storm sweeping the ce;ks clear and carry ing tae crew of twelve men to their death. The Palmer was bound from New port Newa fcr Boston, with a cargo of coal, and carried a crew of twelve men. The vessel lies in ths channel, and is a dangerous menace to other vessels. The less of the Palmer be came known Monday when wreckage bearing her name was found on Pull Beach. The discovery of the wreck of the Palmer...

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. — 30 December 1909

Established in l?OV. VoL 4?.So. 1^0 Published Three Tiiue? a Week, Tuesday, Thursday aud Saturday. Entered an second-class matter Jan. U, VJLD, nt the pustodice at Or angeburg, S. C, under the Act of Congress of March, 1S7?. Jas. L. Sims, Editor und !*roprietur. Jas. Iklar Sims, - Associate Editor. Subscription Bates. One Year.15150 Six Months.?3 Three Mouth*.?*? Advertising Hates furnished ou application. Remittances should be made by check, money order, registered let ters, or express orders, payable to The Times and Democrat, Orange bur?, 8. C. II Is'not bad luck, but bad judg ment; not 111 conditions but ill think ing, that makes life a failure with many people. To' tyelp others with the one Idea Of being repaid savors of selfishness, but no one can question the disinter estedness of the heip given when there is no possibility of repayment. The season of navigation on the Great tLakes cost 100 lives. From the great number of farm hands that Operate these vessels, they seem to ha...

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