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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 25 June 1910

Notice of Election. Kcttice or aa Elation by the Qual ified Registered Electors of the Town of Elloree. upon the Question of Issuing Coupon Bonds of said Town for the purpose of Electri? Light Works. WHEREAS, a majority of the free ?holders of the town of E'loree, South Carolina, did on the ?lst day of May. lylO, file with the Town Council of Elloree then petition praying "the Town Council of the Town of Elloree to order 'an elec tion to be held by said Town Coun cil of Elloree, appointed and con ducted in accordance with the laws of force governing municipal elec tions fcr the purpose of ascertain-1 ihg. from the registered qualified electors of said town of Elloree j ?whether the Town Council of El loree shall issue coupon bonds in the sum of 'five thousand dollars, i hearing interest at a rate not to exceed six per centum per annum payable"'in'any legal tender money of the United States forty years after j date, with the privilege of redemp tion after twenty years from date, lor ...

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. — 25 June 1910

HELP* RURAL SCHOOLS REPRESENTATIVE BOWMAN HAS GOOD BILL PASSED. Several Schools in This County Have Received Aid From the State to Erect Better Buildings. Last year while the Legislature was in session Mr. John S. Bowman, one of Orangeburg's best, introduc ed a bill to aid the construction of better school buildings in the var ious Counties of the state. It ap propriated $20,000 of the money de rived from the Dispensary Winding Up Commission and devoted it to achool building purposes. ? The manner in which it was to be distributed was that whenever the patrons or trustees of a school had raised a certain amount for a school building the state would give them $50 for every $100 so raised to ?nable them to build a better build ing. It should be noticed that this bill was intended to held the buildings. No one school could receive more than three hundred dollars, nor more than one school receive aid in the same district each year. If two schools consolidated a bonus of $50 ?was given, ...

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 June 1910

PUBLISHED THREE TU A DESPERADO Kdls All Who Comes in Range of ' lets aad Defies Arrest. /? _ % m VICTIMS FALL Three Others Are Wounded and the Governor is Asked for Troops to Storm House in Which the Des perado Has Six of His Ghi'idrea With Him. Barricaded in his home in the western part Of Irwin County, Ga., Wv H. Bdstwick has,resisted two at tacks of officers which were made Sunday, killing two and wounding three others. He is a white man with a reputation for fighting proclivities and 'has threatened to kill every body who comes in range of his bul lets. The local authorities have asked Governor Brown for troopB to storm the little house where the desperate man is hiuing. The dead are. Chief of Police Stave Davis, of Ocilla. . Deputy Sheriff Sheffield, of Irwin county. The wounded are: Deputy Sheriff I. C. Bass, arm broken and shot in the abdomen. Sheriff J. P. Mclnnis, slighly in jured. t .Deputy Sheriff Wyatt Tucker,s slightly injured. ... Lynching threats are heard and a crowd...

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 June 1910

Established in 1869. VoL 40 . No. 120 Published Three Times a Week, ffaewday, Thursday and Saturday. Entered as second-class matter fan. 0, 1009. at the postoffice at Or nageburg, b. C, inder the Act of Congress of March, 1879. tarn. Li. Sims. Editor and Proprietor. 7m. Irlar Sims, - Associate Editor. Subscription Rates. 9m Year.$1.50 Six Months.73 Three Months.40 Remittances should be made by A eck, money order, registered let fcm, or express orders, payable tu -The Times and Democrat, Orange 6 arg, S. 0. Indiana farmers find the letter B cn oat leaves, and ask whether if means Bryan or y Beverldge. More likely Baseball. The lack of rain in the Northwest causes alarm about the wheat crop, but noising could be done until the circuses get by. Flies may be a pest, but without them the star boarder would evo get his blueberry pie, and would have to subsist on custard. Although the United States spent $59,558,419 on education last year, there are still many people who will ask, "Is it h...

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 June 1910

? ? J AND THEY WERE ? X GOOD FRIENDS o "'You an' htm are kind of at outs, ain't you?" queried the man with lue hoe. "Me im' him?** said the man with the hod in a surprised tone. "I sh'd say not. Bill an' me? Why we're the hest kind o* friends. Who was tellin' yon we was at outs?" "1 think it was Jack Briggs," replied the man with the hoe. "If I remem fcer right, he said you an' Bill had some trouble a year or so ago about some money he claimed you owed him/' "Oh, that!" said the man with the hod. - "Sure, yes, we did have some trouble?at least he was the feller that had the moat of the trouble, but that's all over and done with. I don't hear him no hard feelln's, an' If he's Sot anythin' against me he knows enough to keep his; moutn shut." "Did you pay him the money?" ""Who, me?" asked the man with the nod "Not on your life, I didn't. Why ?would I? I didn't owe him any money." "What made him say you owed him money, then?" asked the man with the hoe. "Maybe he thought if he claimed i...

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 June 1910

BRANCHVfLLE LETTER ahl w. j. zeiglbr nominated for l^islatxtre. Railroad Officials Confer With Mem bers of Town 'Council in Regard to Depot.?Other News. Branchville, June 27th?Special: In responce to a call by the Pres ident a meeting of the oranchville Democratic Club was he.a Saturday afternoon in the Town Hall for the purpose of nominating a man to make the campaign in Orangeburg . County for the Legislature). The meeting was largely attended and several nomination were made. Mr. W. J. Zeigler was decided on as being the logical man to make the race and the Club unanimously agreed to. support Mr. Zeigler at Branchville and to use all their in fluence in the county for him. Mr. Zeigler is a man that enjoys the re spect of every citizen in the south ern porvion of the county, a man of high character and being a success ful farmer, will, no doubt, not only he able to represent the business element of the County but will be able from a standpoint of experience to get the best results...

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 June 1910

PUBLISHED THREE TO SHOTBYPOSSE Georgia Desperado Barricaded io Home, Receives Many Woands. FOUGHT TO THE LAST Barricaded in His Home, with His Six Children Enforced Prisoners, "Georgia Desperado" Yields Only ?to Superior Numbers.?House En tered by Soldiers.. Frantically defiant, even while; the shadows of death closed around him, and volley after volley from the new Springfield rifles of two State militia companies made a serve of the walls of his humble) home, W. H. Bostwick, a white j desperado at Irwinville, Ga., who | observed his last Sunday on eannj by the murder of two officers of | the law and the serious, wounding of three others, paid the penalty ofj death shortly after 5 o'clock Mon day morning. He succumbed to ma ny wounds received from the volleys. | fired into the building early dur ing the night by 2. mob of infur-j iated citizens or from those of the | military, which began an attack af ?er four o'clock Monday morning | Almost at the same moment Sher iff J. P. Mclnis...

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 June 1910

8&t %im$m& ?tmmi Established in 1869. ?Fo?. 40.No. ISO Pab?shed Three Times a Week, ffoecday, Thursday and Saturday. Entered as second-class matter #nau 9, 1009, at the postofflce at Or sageburg, S. 0., ander the Act of Congress of March, 1879. 9m. L. Sims, Editor and. Proprietor. 9m. Izlar Sims, - Associate Editor. Subscription Rates. 9m Year.$1.50: filz Months.75; ffhree Months. .40 Remittances should be made by ibeck, money order, registered let ters, or erpress orders, payable to The Times and Democrat, Orange targ, S. 0. Wonder if John Temple Graves has called on Teddy yet? " All along life's pathway are tomb stones erected to the memory of things we promised to do, but failed to do. Members of Congress can't figure out whether they spent ?907,000,000 or $1,054,000.000. What is the use of spliting hair about such matters? Teddy says that he doesn't know whether he'll ever make another po litical speech. Gee, but then Teddy does not mind yarning when it suits his purpose...

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 June 1910

? ? ? ? "?' ? ? ??"? ? ? ? ? ? ? SPICY SAYINGS ? ? ? PERT PARAGRAPHS. Mr. Newly-wed?Well,. dearest,. you can't say I ever contracted bad babits. Mrs. Newly-wed?No, George, you gen erally expand" them.-?Judge. Investing His Profits ? "What are you going to do witl* the money you get from your crops this year?" I guess I'll "get one one o' these here centaurs 1 read about in a boot to run the new carriage I bought last year." "Why, a centaur is an imaginary creature." "'Well, this is an imaginary carriage.' ?Washington Star. Collector?You promise to pay this bill every time I call. When are you going to do so? I'm getting tired of coming up here week after week. Please remember that time is money. Owitt?1 know it, and I intend payin; yOU?jn?time.?Chicago News. Gilded Youth?I believe 111 go in for ballooning a bit. It seems to be the thing." "What kind of a balloon shah you buy?" "Oh, I'll have a touring af fair, a cloud-climber, a balloonet and a light flyabout for town use."?Kan sas ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 30 June 1910

NEWS FROM BOWMAN tk'OUNG BOY LOOSES SIGHT IN ONE EYE. Crops Are Backward.?-Great Good Being Accomplished by Audubon Society.?Other News of Interest. Bowman, June 29?Special Re gion, son of Mr. G. A. Myers, of R. F. D. No. 4 met with a serious and very painful accident on last Sat urday. It is said that he was pre paring some fat splinters for start ing fire and in bending a piece across his knee to break it, a small piece snapped off striking him in the right eye. He was brought to Bow man for medical attention, and the splinter removed, it having entered near the pupil. Mr. Myers concluded to take his son to Charleston and upon examination by Dr. Parker he stated that the eye would probably * be saved but that the sight would be a total loss. The Grass a Menace. Hoe hands are commanding a .premium now, and a wild rush is being made to destroy the grass which is beginning to hold a high head in some of the fields hereabout. It is doubted if the grass has ever bad such a foothold thi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 2 July 1910

3PCBLISBED THREE T3$ ? UY?S ARE LOST SIX BODIES RECOVF^V^ MORE Twenty-Six \ >-?*es Along the Lick ing River Are Swept Away and ?Great Damage Was Done. . A dispatchrfrona Salyersvilie, Ky., ?says six bodies were taken fiom the ] swollen waters of the Licking river | and fearing that, great damage has | .teen done and'that more lives have! ?been tost as & result of a cloudburst; fiear the headwaters of the stream, I rescuing parties have left there for j the mountain regions to the east. The dead are: ? Mrs. John Sheppard. William Con ley. Unidentified dead. :A white man; aged..about 50. Jl white boy. - ?Telephone connection with .the j scene of the cloud burst has been ?ut off. Jit is known that twenty-six houses were washed away. Eastern' Kentucky has been delug ed with heavy rainfialte for practical lyr a week and the storm, which is understood to have been a clouu burst, has put the waters of the al ready swollen Licking, entirely out of its banks. The; wreckage -^as ob ser...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 2 July 1910

Established in 1869. Toi. 40.No. 120 PahUshed Three Times a Week, Seesday, Thursday and Saturday. Eatared as second-class matter tfea. 9, 1909, at the postofflce at Or amgebarg, S. C, ander the Act of Congress of March, 1879. Tax L. Sims, Editor and Proprietor. 9aaV Izlar Sims, - Associate Editor. Subscription Rates. 9a? Year_.81.50 Wtx Months. -75 Whroe Months.40 Remittances should he made by 4heck, money order, registered let ten, or express orders, payable to Vae Times and Democrat, Orange dasrg, S. 0. ? M. L. Smith could have defeated Lyon for Attorney-General, but Ev ans can't do it by many thousands of votes. iWe can name the next governor ?of South Carolina, .but we do not propose to interfere with the cam paign by doing so. Smith and Brown are having it out again over in Georgia over tihe governorship, and the people are holding, their- noses. The refusalof Governor Ansel to interfere in the Davis case, seals the iate of Pink Franklin, and he may as well get ready for his jo...

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 July 1910

SCARBOROUGH PILES PLEDGE. Clarendon Legislator Out for Rail road Oommissioner... Hjs Public Record. \ "Mr. O. C. Scarborough of Sum m er ton has filed bis pledge as a can . candidate for railroad commissioner. - Mr. Scarborough is regarded as one of the leading candidates -in this race. He has for two terms repre ' sented Clarendon county in the House of Representatives- and his energy and interest in his work are proverbial among his fellow-mem Jt>ers. Mr. Scarborough is a native of Darlington county, but removed to Sumter county when a youth. He was intendant of Bishopville before that town became the county seat of Lee county and while school trustee there was instrumental in the organization of the Bishopville graded school. Since moving to Summerton about twelve years ago he has served as a school trustee there also and has been active in the building up of a graded school and the establishment a few years ago of the hjgh school under the Nash act, for which he voted as a me...

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 July 1910

ALLEN DAVIS HANGED WIFE MURDEKEB PAYS DEATH PENALTY. He Met His Fate Calmly and Went to His Death With a Prayer on t> His Lips. When the sun rose yesterday^ , morning Allen Davis saw the break of day for the last time on this earth. At 11.30 o'clock the trap was sprung and he was pronounced dead in 14 minutes,. He took his fate calmly, and died braying forgiveness. Before the trap was sprung the negro answered the questions which were asked him quite willingly. He said that .he and his wife had been legally married by Notary Public J. E. Knotts about two years before his trouble. THe said that he cnu'.i .read and write, and in answer to a question as to whether he was pre pared to die said he had no fear of death. In response to a question he said he had enjoyed a good nights rest and had eaten a hearty break fast. He informed those preesut that he was not in the habit of car \ rylng a pistol and had no intention of murdering, his wife.' s ?;jAt 11.25.- the death sentence was rea...

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 July 1910

PUBLISHED THKEE TU flow to Baild Up North and South Caro Iioa Permanently. EXTRACT FROM ADDRESS Of Clarence Toe, Editor of the Pro gressive Farmer and Gazette; Rai eigh, X. C, Before the South Car olina Press Association, Glenn Springs, S. C, June 14, 1010. Both Carolinas need and must have a larger proportion of white people. . The whole. South, in .fact ' is still too sparcely settled. Our 11 Southern States, excluding Texas, support only 167000,000 people of both races, and only 10,000,000 white people, while:the same area in Europe supports over 160,000,000 white people. . And it must bo re membered that up to a "ertam point which we shall not rekch .for cen-' ? furies yet, and other/.-things being equal, prosperity depends upon den sity of population. Population makes wealth, provided that it ds-.Dormally intelligent and efficient. Of course, we do not want the lowest class European' immigration. If we can get immigration from Eng land, Scotland,.-' Ireland, - Germany, Holland,...

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 July 1910

Established in 18G9. ! FoL 40. No. 120 ? Pablished Three Times a Week, "Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Entered as second-class matter fan. 9, 1909. at the postoffice at Or sageburg, S. C, under'the Act of' Congress of March, 1879. I fas. L. Sims, Editor. anoVJ^pr-ietur.. Sao. Ldar Sims, - Associate Editor. ! Subscription Rates. 3)ao Year.$1.50 Ux Months ......v.73 tThroe Months.40 Remittances should be made by ?ect, money order, registered let ters, or express orders, payable to The Times and Democrat, Orange tonrg, S. 0. The trouble with many people is not that they have so little to give bnt that they are so unwilling to give that little. Teddy has at last taken, to the au tomobile, and we- would advise all bis neighbors to take.the endurance test on locg jumning at once. New York's Chinatown is passing through another tong war, and there i ? is no telling how many of the Chinks will be put out of -the way before it is over. Congressmen are now at home de voting time for which Un...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 5 July 1910

mm punoje -flejoj -poqpur > I qomjj snouuej "db p^SBOi pue papuajq 'p^JBcf -joo iqj ssijun Roaches ? Carriers .of Disease! Prevent Sickness. NOW A great many people do not know that roaches and similar buggs carry millions of disease germs' Primarily they are derived from filthl Think what this means when they walk over your food or your crockery! When they besiege your pan try, kitchen dining room or store in droves depositing the germs every where. Isn't it high time to get rid >of: these disgusting pests? EUREKA ROACH POWDER WILL DO IT; Like all our laboratory products it is first class; the Wannamakerj quality you know so well. 3 40c---The SealeJJCarSOcI And be assured it Jwilljjun those roaches!! ? t ^%uggist Since 1?75 . -Mail orders filled prompdy. I ..... ? * :few Questions It arrange mam who claimed to be a Doctor knocked at your door and asked you if any one was sick and If J you wanted his services, wouldn't you say "no thank you, not you." i But send post haste for...

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 July 1910

BOWMAN NEWS LETTER THE CROPS ABE BEHIND OX AC ~ '"fr^'COUNT' OF GRASS. - _ ^Reception Given in Honor of Miss . Vaille Carter.?Personal Notes of ? Itoati Interest. Bowman, July 4th-^-Special. The Tainy spell through which the far mers of this section have been pass ing during the past week seems to be gradually "tapering off" as only very light showers fell yesterday and the day before. Good fair sunshine weather is anxiously awaited by the . /"farmers' of this section in order, to . try. and "lay by" their crops free of grass. Ploughs will be run later than usual this summer on account of the backwardness of the cotton crop, coupled with the. growing grass now seen in some'fields. One week of good sunshine with no rain will enable most of the. farmers hereabout ' to "get crops In good condition with practically little ..grass left. The corn crop in ? number of in stances has suffered seriously from excessive moisture, causing no lit tle of it to "fire" badly in spots. There.are fiel...

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 July 1910

PUBLISHED THREE TU DEFIES ARREST lamberg County is Greatly Stirred Over a Sensational Case. FAIL TO MAKE ARREST Of J. J. Hughes, Who Had Been Convicted of Assault on His Wife, But Whose Sentence Was Com muted on His Promise of Good Behavior. '. 0n_ September 17, 1906, ( J. J. Hughes., of Bamberg county, pleaded guilty "to the charge of assault and battery and was sentenced by Judge G. W. Gage to serve six years in the | Penitentiary. The assault was upon Hughes's wife, and appeared a most unprovoked and aggravated one. On July 6, 1908, Governor Ansel commuted his sentence for the re mainder of the term on condition that he would not commit a like of fense again, and the Governor's ac tion was approved by a large major ity of the people of the county.' Hughes reached home of July 7, 1908, and up to a short time ago had been living peacably and appar ently happily with his wife and chil-j dren on their' farm, a few miles south of- the county seat. Sometime ago it was rumored that he h...

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 July 1910

-"Established in 1860. VoL 40 . ;.No. 120 Published Three Times a Week, ffuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Entered as. second-class matter . fan. 0, 1900/at the postoffice at Or angeburg. S. C, ander the Act of Congress of March, 1870. fas.. t. Sim*. Editor 'and^f^pHetor. ? fca. Izlar Sims, - Associate Editor. Subscription Bates. 9?? Year.*1J5? 81z Months . -75 Chr?e Months . '"*0 Remittances should be made by iheck, money order, registered lot ten, or express orders, payable to The Times and Democrat, Orange ?arg, S. C. ?.. The prize fight of last Monday will be . the-'fist. Jblg. one. that will1 ever take. p&c.e inVthte;.councry -. " ?" ?.' The^ov^||b|*I "Father's Day" p ro b a b iy ? m ean s fining the old fel lows leg - for " an excursion for the whole family.' ' _ Those who paid big p to se* Johnson knock out JeEries :?ust have felt like they, had been bun coed after the Carce was over. ?How much easier it is to see the need of reformation in others than in ourselves. Yet if ...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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