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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 30 July 1910

PUBLISHED THREE TU ?IS This bp ort ant Orgauizab^^^e Far mers Held MediDg.^6' ? \ >m -'- - \/ those who attended Meeting Held in Hall of House or Refuresentatira?Important Mat ' teni Relating to Agriculture Re ceiving . Attention?Organization Rejported in Good Condition Bal ' sace in Treasury. Thtj South Carolina State Far mers' union met Wednesday . night in the hall of the house of represent atives with a very large attendance f! of members and delegates. vThe evening was spent in per fecting the organization, hearing the annual address of A. J. A. PerriM, president, and in receiving reports, resolutions, petitions and memorial. The meeting was full of interest. The following officers of the State union were present. A. J. A; Perritt, Lamar, president; E. W. Dabbs, Mayesville, vice priesi dent; J. Whitner Reid, Columbia, secretary-treasurer; W. E. Bodie, Wards, chaplain; W. E. Hopkins, Hopkins, conductor; A. F. Valvert, Abbeville, doorkeeper; W. P. Cask ey, Lansaster, seargent-...

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 July 1910

Established in 1869. foL 40...No. 130 Published Three Time? a Week, Vueartay, Thursday aud Saturday. ? Entered as secoud-clatis master Qan. V, 1909. at the postoffice at Or aageburg, S. C, under the Act of Congress of March,' 1879. tmt. Ii. Sim*, K*lh?r and iVoprlotor. v.M. Ixiur Slum, - Associate Editor. p., Subscription Rates. . Da* Year.$1-50 Six Months.:... three Months .? v*0 ^Remittances should be made by Aeck, money order, registered let ters, or express orders, payable to the Times and Democrat, Orange barg, S. C. The betting, on the Attorney-Gen rals race is one million dollars to one that Lyons will beat Evans two ? to one in the primary. ' We heard an old politician say the other day that M. L. Smith had dropped his political potato by not runni?g this year for Attorney-Gen eral. * We do not want any warmed over Democrats in the next congress. We want Democrats who will vote for Democratic doctrines in spite of big suppers and Tnist lobbyists. The Insurgent Republroans an...

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 July 1910

VIA Recount meeting Triannia) Conclave, Knights Templar, Southern Railway, announces very low round trip rates from all points to Chicaga 111., tickets to be sold August 4th,, 5th, 6th and 7th, limited to reach original starting point returning not later than midnight August 17tHualess extended at Chicago. Extension bf final limit may be obtain ed, good to returning up to September 6th by depositing tickets and upon pay ment of 50 cents per ticket For information, tickets, etc., apply to Southern Railway ticket agents or address: J. L. Meek> W. E McGee, Hsst. Gen'l Pass. Agent Atlanta. Ga. Division Passenger Agent, Charleston, S. C. Burduco LiVer The Great Southern ?- FOR ALL? medy LIVER TROUBLES Biliousness, Constipation, Dyspepsia, Loss of Appetite, Indigestion. Jaundice, Nervous and Sick Headache, Coated Tongue, Bid Breath, and all Stomach Diseases. Teacnes the Liver to Act and Clears the C?itipleisipn TjtVWMAX CO.. ? OKANGKRl'ttG, S. C. THE BLACKSTONE SCHOOL Has since 1894 gi...

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 July 1910

,FIRST WEEK OVER CANDIDATES END FIRST LAP OF CAMPAIGN. Meeting at Canaan Yetserdny the I?st for This Week.?Branchville and Bowman Visited. The first week of the Orangeburg political campaign came to an end yesterday with a very successful and enthusiastic meeting at Canaan. The meeting was presided over by Mr. Funnan Antley and the opening prayer was ?ftered by Mr. E. J. Smoak or "Uncle. Jack." The first speakers were A. D. Fair for Treasurer, T. M. McMichael for Auditor. tMr. McMichael spoke con ?ceroing taxation. He said he did not desire to criticize public officers but outlined a general taxation. He stat ed that the tax on real estate in this county , was about 20 per cent, and personal property about 40 per cent. J. C. Kennerley, A. W. Stroman, J. L. Weeks, E. T. Edwins and Z. E. Gramling and M .K. Jeffords for cotton weigher at Orangeburg spoke along the same lines as at the Or angeburg meeting last Tuesday eve ning. . , D. W. Bonnett, candidate for re election as magistrate ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 2 August 1910

PUBLISHED THREE TD WRECK AND FIRE / , ;, ... ' ' ' '-' , ? A Passenger Trais Plunges Through a Burning Trestle Sunday. THE TRAIN BURNED UP Engineer Hank Taylor and Fireman Simon Dunbar, Colored, Go Down With Engine.?Mail Clerk Bloom Seriously Hurt.?Sixteen Passen gers Slightly Injured. Passenger Train No. 2, on the Spairtanburg division of the Charles ton and Western Carolina, due to ar rive in Augusta, from Spartanburg, W 5.15 p. m., Sunday, ran into a burning trestle about a mile from W?odlawn, resulting in the total de struction of the train, the death of Engineer Hank Taylor, of Laureus, S. C, and Fireman Simon Dunbar, colored, of Augusta, and slight in jury to sixteen passengers. When the train was entering onto a reverse curve Baggagemaster Geo. Box directed the gaze of Conduc tor W. B. Verdery to large volumes of smoke, which he believed to be coming from the trestle, then a mile ? distant from the train, and which had . been burned before. At that time the fire was on the le...

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 August 1910

Established in 1809. Fol. 40.Wo. 120 Published Three Times ? Week. Vaecdiiy. Thursday and Saturday. Entered* as second-cUisa nutter ffttt. 9. 1909. st the postofflce at Or> aagebiurg. S. C, under the Act of Congress or March, 1879. * 1 tim*. L. Siuis. I'iflitur and IVnpriecur. Its. lzlar Suns, - Associate Editor. Subscription Bates. I 9m Teat.$1.50 Bis Months.13 three Months.40 ? ? Bemittances should* he made by Anscki money order, registered let kors, or express orders, payable to She Times and Democrat;-Orange anrg, S.O. The man who does not rightly perform the duties of life cheats bin1 self, his fellow men and God. To have what we want is wealth, but that may not always be a bless ing. Sometimes we are better off for not having what we want. What South Carolina needs po iitically is a seperation of the Dem ocratic sheep from the Republican goats who pretend to be Democratic sheep. One can save nimself a lot of dis appointment and worry by not try ing to carry the universe on ...

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. — 2 August 1910

For Cotton Weigher. I hereby announce myself a can didate for Cotton Weigher at Elloree and pledge myself to abide by the roles and regulations of the Demo cratic primary. ? TILLEY D. LIVINGSTON. .- I hereby announce myself a can didate for Cotton'Weigher at Vance, and pledge myself to abide the re-., ianh of the Democratic primary. J. ?M. DUKES. I hereby announce myself a can-| didate for Cotton Weigher at Cope, subject to the rules of the Demo cratic primary. i * OTIS F. SMOAK. \As I have been asked by several of | iny^ friends to run for cotton weigher, I hereby announce myself for cotton I weigher at Springfield", subject to the | rules of the Democratic Primary.. C. S. GLEATON. - ? ' > I hereby announce myself a can didate for Cotton Weigher at Nor Democratic primary. i C. S. RUTLAND. n I hereby announce. my candidacy toe re-election t othe office of Cotton J Weigher at Norway, and pledge my self to abide the result of the prim ary. * G. F. GIBSON. I hereby announce myself a...

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 August 1910

Cogresscsan lever Accused of Workms [for the Meal TtosL TER? SERIOUS CHARGE Washington Correspondent of Farm and Fireside Charges Lever With Sending Ont Thousands of Lei ters,' Circulars and Other Matter Furnished Him by Armour Lobby. Farm and Fireside, a reputable ag ricultural journal published at Springfield; 0., oa the tenth of last month, published a letter from Jud -son C. Welliver, Its Washington cor xespondent, that contained some Ber ?ous charges against Congressman Lever in connection with his attempt to repeal the tax on oleomargarine, a product that is largely made by Ar mour and other members of the Meat Trust, who,.of coursse, wanted the tax repealed. Here are some ex tracts from Welliver's letter: '"There will be no legislation dur ing the present Congress for the pur pose of removing or materially re ducing the internal revenue tax on oleomargarine. At least, such is the probability at this writing, with the session near its close. That, how ever, is no assurance tha...

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. — 4 August 1910

PUBLISHED THBEE TIA WILL SOON LEAD Southern Textile tills Will Soon Oat rank Northern Mills IN COTTON CONSUMED Commissioner AVatson Talks Most Interestingly on Industry.?Says the United States Is Exporting $31,878,566 Worth of Cotton Manufactures. ' "Have, you stopped to realize that the United States is only sending to export. $31,878,566 worth of cotton manufactures, while she is importing approximately $70,000,000 worth ot cotton manufactured products Cor the use of her people." This statement is rather signifi cant in its nature and of peculiar m terest just now on account of the cotton situation in this State was ?made recently by Commissioner Wat son. Many of the mills of South Car olina are running on short time and there is a general policy of cdrtail ment on account of the prices in the cotton goods market and the pro duct. In the past month more than a half dozen large cotton mills nave been chartered in the State. la a recent address the commis sioner made several very in...

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. — 4 August 1910

Established in 1809. 7oL 40.?. No. 120 ?Published Three Times a Week, ffaesdiy, Thursday and Saturday. -Entered as . second-class . matter fas. 9, 1909. at Che postofiice at Or paj^biirg, 8. C, index the Act of Coingtwsa of March, 1879. 'iL Sim*. tJdiior lind Pn>j>rier?i-. fca. Idar Situs, - Associate Editor. . Subscription Bates. Ba.9 Yew.. .81.50 Biz Months.? ? ?7{5 Cfhrce Months .. ..*0 Bendttances should he made by eheck, money order, xcgisitered. lei. len, or express orders, payable to 5The Times end Democrat^ Orange karg, 8. o. . .,; .... , Teddy says no potent device will secure good government unless the people themselves devote sufficient energy, time and judgment to make the device work. Teddy is right for once, and we commend what he says to the voters of this county. Congressman Elherbe says sever al thousand-.men requested hiin to t?te igainst free lumber. That may be so, but they may be men repre senting ,t?e trusts. He ought to publish their names so as his cou ...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 4 August 1910

eg CAN01?A7E CARDS For Cotton Welcher. I berebr announce myself a can didate for Cdtton^Weigher at Elloree and pledge myself to abide by the rules and regulations of the Demo cratic primary. ? TILLEY D. LIVINGSTON. ? I I hereby announce myself a can didate for Cofton Weigher at Vance,; and- nJedge myself to abide the re sult ?f the Democratic primary. * J. >3I. DUKES. : X chereby-announce myself a -can didate for Cotton. Weigher, at.'Cope, subject to the rules of the Demo cratic primury. ; ? : -'. 4 * OTIS F. SMOAK. .;, As I naVe been asked by several of my friends to run for cotton weigher, r It he*ehyj announce vniyseli for, cotton weigher at Springfield, subject to the rules of the Democratic Primary. C. S. GLEATON. -Vi ^rr, - I.-hereby announce myself a can didate for Cotton Weigher at Nor Democratic primary. C. S. RUTLAND. * j I'.hereby .announce my candidacy for re-election t othe office of Cotton Weigher at Norway, and pledge my self to abide the result-of..the prim ary. *...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 4 August 1910

35EAVY RAIX WASHES OUT ROADS. .. "Fodder Pulling Time Has Come.? t Fruit Is Plentiful.?Other Person als. ? Bowman, S. C, Aug. 3, 1910? "Special: A considerable portion of this territory embracing in part the farms of Capt. A. D. Fair, J. L. Shuler, Philip McCants, Alex Berry, J.'.'W. E. Moorer, T. B. Jackson, J. T.Arant, Fred Felder, L. S. Connor, tJ. W. and J.M. Willson, Philip Riley aad Geo. W. Utsey were visited by ' -a very heavy thunder storm Monday afternoon last. Roads were washed badly in places indicating this to be most excessive rainfall of the sea son so far. This scribe was caught 3u.it but drove hurriedly to Capt. A., D. Fair's a short distance ahead and took refuge ' under his huge ?dwelling, a very .convenient place to drive out of the rain, with gate al ways open saying if it could speak, ?"Come In."' Didn't time it but it seemed a long time to the writer to stop out of the rain. When about .over Arch the "boss" when "dads ' away, ventured out on the piazza and hear...

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. — 6 August 1910

core Will Give Particu'ars of Conspiracy to Rob Indians. *-? WELIAMS IS INVOLVED ?iTbe Senator States He Will Give ??Full Details of a Scheme to Rob Indiana of Three Million Dollars" ? '? '? . , in Substantiation of Charges Made by I Um in United States Senate. Investigation of charges made in the United States senate by L. H. Gore that ue and a member of the house of representatives had been of ferred ? bribe of $25,000 each to foster a scheme whereby the In dians of 'Oklahoma were to be de prived of $3,000,000 profits due them through the sale of asphalt lands in that State, has begun. "I will tell the full details of the scheni.5 hatched at Washington to . mule* these Indians out of $3,000, 000 through the sale of their lands," said Senator Gore. "I will give names,, dates'and other circumstan ces relative to the bribe of $25,000 offered ^o me and to a member of the . house of representatives to remove our opposition to'the scheme which would put that vast sum of money In the han...

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. — 6 August 1910

Established ist 1860. VaL 40. No. ISO PabUslied Three Times s Week, Caecday* Thursday and Saturday. Entered as aecoad<!ass matter fan. 9, 1009, at the peetofflce at Or aagebiirg, 8. C, under the Act of Congress of March, 1870. 1?. Sims, Editor and Proprietor, fat. later Slnis,. ? Associate Editor. Subscription Bates. 9b* Tear.fl?W> Six Months ...?.75 ffhree Months.40 Remittances iihonld be made by Aeck, money order, registered let San, or express orders, payable to Ehe Times and Democrat, Orange .*?g, S. C. ? Cotton is now selling for 15 cents per pound in. this market, hut we look for it to go higher before the next crop is marketed. During the next few months the adjectives of the English language will be worn threadbare in portray ing the excellencies of some politi cal candidates and the deficiencies of others. ' The man who says it is right to vote for a tax on lumber does not j agree with Senator Tillman. who re gards a tax on lumber somewhat in the nature of a rake off ...

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. — 6 August 1910

GLOVER'S We offer for the next tw*> iveeKs a. few Suits, each of broken lots, at below cost ! Only have a few sizes of Also some bargains in, extra pants Watch our Window for Styles and Prices. Orangeburg, S. C . MELLICHAMP, Orangeburg, S. S. Fire Insurance. Companies Represented: Springfield Assets Over 9 1-2 Million ' 6! Years Old <3ueen of America " " 8 1-2 " 19 " London Assurance .3 1-3 " 190 " " Milwaukee Mechanics " "3 " 58 " " Shawnee .. .. | |;2 28 " " ALL OLD LINE. P. cores ?dem Methods A good Equipment to start!; with: 7W? 5 x 8 Binder, \ TOTAL COST 1,000 Record Sheets (choice of forty different forms) dt? 7 ? 5 2 Volume Cabinet (for hoIcKn? books) j}l / 40 Alphabetical Indexes / We will be glad! to show yoa how Moore's Modern Methods are) used. Telephone for a Catalogue SIMS' BOOK STORE _ Mm m ?9 K. RUSSELL ST, _ ORAMSERUGoQ* S. C Pale-Faced Women You ladies, who have pale faces, sallow complexions, dark circles under eyes, drawn features and tired, worn out express...

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. — 6 August 1910

DENIED BY LEVER I . . . ?T *t, -v. ? . -'J ,;,y SAYS AETlCLE PROM FARM AND i Fl .RESIDE IS FALSE. -fififrs- ITe Hod No Connection With Meat Trost and the Man Who Says He Did Lies. Lexington, S. C, Aug. 3., 1910. Editor; Times and Democrat, Orangeburg, S. C, Dear Sir: I have just seen a copy of your issue of August 2, in which you car ry what you seem to think Is a very serious charge against me with re spect to my efforts to take the tax of '.tea cents a pound off of^oleomarga rine. Again, I have no apologies to offer for my course in this respect. Yon condemn me in one instance for ? voting to put a tax upon ami article v/hieb my people, do not use and in. another "breath for working to take the tax off of an article which - the great majority of working peo pie in The laboring districts do con . same. Consistency thou art indeed a jewel when the prejudices of man enter into it! No objection is found to a legiti mate criticism of my record in Con gress, such criticism is proper and...

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 August 1910

PUBLISHELV THREE TD FEED ROW hss&is 12 the Death of Two Men io a Little Georgia Town. ROW MAY NOT BE OVER .While People Attend Barbecue in Another Part of Town, Trouble Ls Renewed Betwiien Morton and Etheridgc Families and Two Eth eridge Brothers Are Kllied. ?. Under request from Sheriff Brooks of Twiggs county, a company of mil itary left Macon, Ga., Friday night at 9.45 for Grays Station. S. E. Eth ridge and his brother, Morris, are lying dead in front of the store of Luther (Morton on the outskirts of Grays and at Morton's mother's home a block away he and three brothers, Will, Sam and Tom, are held by .a big posse sworn in by sheriff while connections of the Ethridges who were assembled in the little town for a big reunion of Confederate veter ans have, according. to reports re- J ceived, been threatened to revenge, summarily, the killing. Sheriff Brooks wired for troops early in the afternoon. Two companies have left Macon. Wh?le almost every one else was at the barbecue in...

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. — 9 August 1910

6&* tyhmm& ?tmMt$L Established in I860. VoL 40.No. 120 Pablfehed Three Times a Week, Baeedajt, Thursday and Saturday. Entered as second-class matter fKK-g, 1909, at-the liostonloe-M^Or ofigeburg, 8. ;C., under the Act of jfjosgress off March,. 1879. ^ L Sita??. iK?Utor und Pr*>prietor. fcs. ialar Slmip, - Associate Editor.. Sabecriptiao Bates. Sea Tear.91-50 #?z Months.,. ?TP-, Months .. -..*0 Remittances should be made by dbeck, money oitter, registered let-' Ins, or express orders, payable to Eb*> Times and Democrat, pKp&fQr, feerg, 8. ?. i ? "Why cuss' the trusts for grind ing down the people and then Bend a man back to Congress yho openly' works in their interests?" asks the ?Slusstree County Record. if the other trusts and their pliant j tO?iS Who pretend to be great lriep.de1 ot the people could silence the press aa<L,keep the^r doiugs secret 'they j -wonid soon, rob the people of their j ?last penny. Corgressman EUerbee has three "fr'rfght -men after his ...

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. — 9 August 1910

Q?A?TEfltY REPORT of Supervisor For Quarter Ending June 30. 3i? Frank White, bal. due on new Springfield road. .'$2.387.30 320 A. D. Fair, ?Treasurer, Auditor's check for County ;^ Pcanl cf*f:i|McUzatidn'..i.V' TMvSO 323 J. E. Ashe. T. C, Salary and milage... 21.10 324 J. W. Bonnett, T. C, salary *and .mileage. 21.30. 325 T. L. Connor, T. C, salary and mileage. 23.90 326 W. A. Dantzler, T..C, salary and mileage. 23.30 4rfc7 J. -J.'?Douglass, ?fT.C, salary and-mileage.. 22.Su 328 I. J. Dukes, T. C, salary and- mileage. .? 21.40 329 T. B. Fairey, T.;C.,.salary.a-nd mileage.. . . 22.00 330 H. W. Ffckling, T. C, salary and mileage. 22.00: 331 M. X. Brejand, T. C, salary and mileage.:\ . ? ? ? 24.90 332 "S. N. Hayden. Jr., T. C, salary and mileage.. .. 21.00 333 fW. M. Funcbes, T. C, salary and mileage. 20.90 334 j. L. Irjek, T. C, salary and mileage. 22.50 335 "J. A. Irlck. T. -C, salary and mileage.\. 22.2.0 336 T. E. -Early, T. C, salary and mileage. 20. 4.0 .337 XV:. H. Patrick, T. C...

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. — 9 August 1910

MEETING AT ELLOREL I52CHATvD CARROLL IN ORANGE BURG COUNTY. 33? Tells of the Colored and White Fanners And of the Good and Bad Crops' He Saw. To the Editor of The State. Through invitation of R. L. Wil liams of Elloree I attended, there on the 5th, the largest gathering of col ored farmers T have ever seen. They came in buggies, in wagons and on the train from Orangeburg, 18 miles away, also from Paxville and Sum merton in Clarendon county, from Holly Hill in Berkeley count}, and - from Calnoun county. They came from the surrounding country for 25 miles. It was next to impossible for my voice to reach this great crowd of people. There were, by proper esti mation, at .least 6,000 people pres ent. A policeman told me that he had made only four arrests, and that the men arrested were simply drunk. There were two bands of music, country bands they were, and the crowd seemed so delighted to hear the thrilling strains that if there were any disposed to disorder they were made to forget it...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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