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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 3 September 1910

ORANGE? ESC? m t COMMITTEE announces ? offi oial RESULT. ?'? ? -Orer Thirty?inre? Hundred Votes ? ?" Polled in This County<?Second ' Primary for Legislature. " The Democratic Executive Commit' tee of Orangeburg County met on Thursday to. go over the - vote of Tuesday, to tabulate it and declare the official result. As ,will be see there were about 3,339 votes cast, which 1b considered some few hun dred votes smaller that the total vot ing strength of this county. In the legislative race Messrs. J. Rutledge Connor and H. A. Odom v?ere elected to the Legislature, while Messrs. Bowman, Hydrick, Hutto and CRiley will make another race, two ? of whom will be elected. .Messrs. 2. E.' Gramling and J. C. Kennerly were re-elected by handsome majori ties cotton weighers at Orangeburg. The' following is the result found by the committee for the State and County offices: * Governor. I C. C. Featherstone.. _1078 ; Cole L. Bleaae.. .. .; .. 956. Thos. G. McLeod.. .. .. 877 P. H. Hyatt.258 >...

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 September 1910

PUBLISHED THBEE TI3 BANDIT KILLED Hade ao Attempt to Hold Op Passenger | Train on Western Road. KNOCKED DOWN BY ROCK Thrown by the Brave Engineer A fte* j He Was Shot in the Leg by the - Bobber, Who Was Instantly Kill ed by the Blow..?Body Has Not Been Identified. ? ??? . ? In a desperate attempt to hold u> westbound Colorado Midland train No. 3,' four miles west of "Divide! CaL, early Friday morning, an un known bandit was instantly killed by a rock thrown by Engineer Frank Stewart after he had shot the engi neer in the leg. Two young men who were found near the sc?tfie of the hold-up, are held for investigation as to their complicity in the robbery. One was slightly wounded in the head by a bullet. The highwaymen crawled over the tender as the train slowed up at a siding to meet an eastbound train. As he stopped the * train, Stewart j turned to see his fireman, \ Paul Bachman, standing with his hands j above his head and 1 heard the rob-j ber say: "Put up your hands or 1*11 i b...

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 September 1910

.; Established in 1869. WL 40. .....No. 120 Published Three Times a Week; fftesday, Thursday and Saturday. Entered as second-class matter faaL 9, 1000, at the postoffice at Or asgebnrg, 8.' C ander the Act of Oovgress of March, 1879; ?wj. L. Sims, Editor and Proprietor, fifea.- Izlar Sims, - Associate Editor. Subscription Rates. 5)b* Year .....91.50 Us. Months.75 S!a?e-Months. ..40 Remittances should be made by jheck, money order, registered let \ tan* or express orders, payable to : fbe Times and Democrat, Orange ? ?MW. a o. q_..i in - (Pay no attention to reports you may hear about any candidate. The j campaign liar seems to be getting in his work. Teddy Roosevelt and Tom Watson are the champion egotists of the uni verse. Neither of them seem to real ize that he is a political has been. t In the present condition of the cot ton supply the farmers should be the chief'factor in fixing the price of the great staple. All-he has to do is to sit steady in the, boat, and market his crop ...

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 September 1910

tfi -- ja of cotton lia^myteamMlowh Is thereanyfreight for me JDoycuwaitttobuy e$>s When is the meeting The telephone, answers these ques tions for thousands of Farmers every day. It will do this, and more for you. The cost of a telephone on your Farm is small; the saving is great Our free booklet tells you all about it . Write for it today. Address ?" ; -' ??* ; ? - ? .... ? ? ...... Farmers line Department sous^ern'-iBell telephone & iW^t gHaV? com p an V A/057 FAVOR. ABLE ? RATES OF IN ?TERESI - THE SAFETY OF A LARGE CONSLRI' AllVELY MANAGED i BANK-THE CH-tNCE TO BECO ME A DEPOS {ITOH BY OPENING YOUR ACCOUNT HUH ,A SMALL AMOUNT YOU OWE 11 TO YOUR SELF. AND DEPEN'D ? N TS TO S A y E - HERE'S I HE CHANCE S J_A H.T .NOW ED1ST0; SAVINGS BANK TOTAL RESOURCES S52575QJ5. 4: ammimm savihss i THE PEOPLE'S BANK ORANGEBUG, S- C. CAPITAL STOCK.$30,000.00 SURPLUS. 20,000.00 STOCKHOLDERS' LIA BILITY . 80,000.00 t PROTECTION TO DE POSITORS.$80,000.00 D. O. Herbert..President 3. F. MuckiP...

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 September 1910

SEPTEMBER COURT MANY TRUE BILLS FOUND BY GRAND JURY. J ? -? <Only One Case Trie* So Far by the Court.?Judge Senses Speaks His Views on the Whiskey Law. ? The September term of the court 4a- general sessions for Orangeburg county was convened yesterday morning by Judge Thomas S, Sease, of. Spartan*urg, presiding. Judge J. ? C. Klough was scheduled to hold the court, but owing to bad health is ??t present incapacitated for the feench. 'Under the law if a Judge of the circuit court is idle during a term he must hold the sea?ion. Judge; Sease presided over the May and June courts of this county this year ?ISO.. Judge Sease made an affable charge to the. grand jury. He point ed out tho duty a juror owes for patriotism, if no other reason to be j ?willing to serve and not try to be ex cused. In, making his charge con cerning the whiskey cases the judge stated that a man has a right to have any quantity of alcholic liquor inj ?J5 possession for personal use, but the minute he uses that ...

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. — 8 September 1910

PUBLISHED THREE TD SOOTH'S COTfONi Sold Last Season lor Ninety-Five Million Dollars More Than THE PREW0?S YEAR ; Although the South Produces Over Three Million Bales Less During Season Just Closed, Money Value j Far Surpassed that of Any Other Year in History of Country. That the value of cotton, which the South marketed' in the commer- j . clal season recently closed, fa'i; sur passed tfi?t of-any previous year in the . history of the country; - in spite' of a snort crop' 'Was' the* principal' feature of the annual report' put; put Tuesday by Coll: Hfenry Gi Hester, for many years secretary and statis tician of the New Orleans Exchange. The money value of the* commer cial crop in the. season 1909-10 Is placed at $778.894,000, showing that . -while the quantity' of cotton market ed was 3,216,000 hales less than the previous season. .it brought $85,100, 600 morel This does not include the value'of cotton seed, which, if add ed, would show the actual wealth-1 producing capacity of the...

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. — 8 September 1910

Wmt#m& i^w^at Established in 1809. foL 40_i. .No. 120 Pablished Three Tiroes a Week, Scesdajr, Thursday und Saturday. Entered as second-class matter fan. 9, 1009, at the postofflca at Or> EBgeburg, 8. C, ander the Act of Congress of March, 1879. Hi*, h. Sims. Editor ?nd Proprietor, gas. lzlar. Sims, ? Associate Editor. Subscription Rates. Dn*> Year.?1.50 Ux Months. .7?*? Obrae Months. .40 Remittances should be made by dteck, money order, registered let ters, or express orders, payable to ffhe Times end Democrat, Orange? *?rg, 8. 0, .. The News and Courier thinks a democratic president will preside ov er the opening of the Panama canal. One of the many surprises was the 'large vote B. B. Evans got for Attorney-General. Who can explain it? , What is 3;*dly "needed is not more people to the square mile in the fereat cities but nioi>? people to *he square mile In the country. Kansas is talking of putting: John Brown's statute in the hall of fame as one of her greatest men. ...

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. — 8 September 1910

Candidate for Governor Thanks His Friends and Expresses His Views. To the Democratic Voters of South -Carolina. . The votes you gave me in the first primary were sufficient to place me In the second race for the office of Governor. I cannct express to you ?in words how deeply grateful I am to you for this evidence of confi dence in me. My friends in every county in the state have been very active in my behalf, and I believe that they feel as I do, that the fight I am making Is not simply one to elect me governor of South Carolina, out that it is a battle for the people and" tfielr 'rights. ? I have expressed myself clearly all over the state on .all of the is sues of interest to the people, and nave endeavored tin this campaign, to make financial and educational ?questions the principal matters for ?discussion. I stand for an econom ical and business-like administration of the government of tiie state, and ."will always favor savin? the,money of the tax payers whero ever It can be d...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 8 September 1910

-lilE GENERAL SESSION TBANirjrjN SENTENCED TO BE HUNG DECEMBER 2S. .Presentment of the Grand Jury and the Cases Disposed of Since the Court Convened.. The first case tried before the court of general sessions that is now in session with Judge T. S. Sease presiding was that of the State vs M. D. Punches, for assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature. A verdict of guilty of simple assault ?was-returned in'the case and the de fendant was recommended to mercy of the court. A fine of $25 was plac ed or serve a term of '30 days. The fine was paid. This was the only case tried on iMonday as the largest part of the day was taken up in or ganizing the court, finding of true bills end memorial service in honor of the late Charles Glover Dantzler. Judge, ot the first judicial district Tuesday's work of the court was featured with pleas of guilty, as six ?were oiTered. Will Davis, larceny of bycicle" pleaded guiky, and was fined %l and sentenced to serve a period of one year upon the ...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 13 September 1910

PUBLISHED TK ^ 333 ii Descents Publish Taeir fin&Bgs in the j mser Case. THEY FIND HIM GUILTY KepuMicaa Members of the Cvii* mitte? Refused to Take Part in Me? tine of the Committee, Rat ^Vill Issue a White Washing State rat^t_^.tter:Ttuef Meet. "That Richard A. Ballinger has | mot been true to the trust reposed In him as* Secretary of the- Interior, that he iaJlnot - deserving';, of public confidence, and that he should be required by the proper authorities to resign his~ office." ' ~The 'foregoing1 sums up the finding of the four Dem ocratic members of ? the B?lllnger Pinchot Congressional Investigating! committee, which were, made public flate Friday after they, held a meet-| ing at Minneapolis, iMinn. ; The.. Rephblican members issued ao report of any kind 'hearing oh' the j controversy. ' iAu " independent ' re-1 port was given out by Mr. Madison, the "Insurgent" Republican -from Kansas, which declares that . Mr. I Ballinger "should not be retain-1 cd that he. was an unfait...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 13 September 1910

Established in 1860. WL 40.......vNo. ISO ??? 1 ! . ' Fsbilahed Three Times o Week, Bfaesday, Thursday and ^ Saturday. -:??-:-! Entered as second-class matter .iffaa. 0, 1900, at the pestofflce at Or riosgeburg, S. C, ander -the Act of t&agrees of March,, 1870. : >??"'. , " - ..' ?. Sims, Editor and Proprietor. Sao. iilar Sims, - Associate Editor. ":?> , g-?-? ' "Subscription Bates. Year.?1-50 . ffiz Months.75 Ittonths. ?40 Remittances should be made by - tfheck, money order, registered let ; ton, or express orders, payable to I C&e Times and Democrat, Orange fcsrg, S. O. Featherstone Is the nest Govern or of South Carolina. At least that is the way it looks to us. * It you don't want the news of all kinds, don't take The Times and Democrat, because we are bound to publish It. The Republican factions are still : on the warpath for each other. Un cle Joe* is among the slain, but the old sinner does not seem to recog nize the fact. We take oft our hat to the study Democr...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 13 September 1910

What is the. marfet price of cotton Has my team left town Is there any freight for me Do you want to buy AiTien is the meeting The telephone answers these ques tions for thousands of Farmers every day. It will do this and more for you. The cost of a telephone on your Farm is small; the saving is great. Our free booklet tells you all about lit Write for it today. Address Farmers Line Department SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY :'r Stenfh Prvor Rt? Atlanta. GtL <? o <?, <> <> o o o o i> o <> <? <? <> <> <? i: <? j: I 4? <? ?> <? o ?fJVJE* FA POR\ Uble hates of w-; jTEKtSf -T//? SAFETK OF A LARGE CONSERV lAHVELY managed 'BANK-THE CHANCE {TO BECOME A DkPOS tlTOH OY OPENING YOUR ACCOUNT WITH !A SMALL AMOUNT YOU OWE H TO YOUR SELF and "DEPEN'D ENTS to SAVE HERES I HE CHANCE S^Z^I HJT .NOW EMSTOi SAVINGS BANK TOTAL BSSOflBCES S52S7S0JR \ 4? iniBESiiaiaoa savins |+N>SS^i>S#S*SS4^^ (5 it i> ?o ? * < ? 4 Pi...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 13 September 1910

-m fftbq second-primary for: tl<e'.?lw>. '.tidk: of ?r&e ;aid/?0anty*'-bl9ScWri Is to&by. -Interest in this county ^^tl^n^fj|^y^^^^r Governor '*ft)jn inthe raptor t^'jiouse of^Re^ ' a^ntativ^a./ T^e ^following is.^freT; \J?St of those inajcing fie second race: - v I ' C^ernojc,-.' ...v....... ? ^Messrs. Ci CT. \ Featherstone? of Haarens, and Cole L. Blease, of New tferry, will "be voted upon "for Gov ernor. Both of these gentlemen have . ljeen conducting short, but effective i? .ompaigns since fhe last election and both confident of election. , Adjutant and''Inspector General. . '?'Coll--'-Moore, of Barnwell; and \ C tpt. J. ~:$it' Richardson, of * Alken, 3 i?3 making' the second race^ Railroad Commissioner.. '' jJames pansier; of; TirzahV and G. JcDufne Hampton, "of Columbia, are i .the second race. At the first olfl ?1 count if was announced' that :Cv "Scarborough' would run- with Can ler, but an'error of 3,000;-votes.in ?vhe Greenvilje count ' placed' Mr.. ? J^lampt...

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. — 14 September 1910

PUBLISHED THREE TD WS" Leads Featherstone by Nearly Four Thousand Votes HEAVY VOTE CAST Moore. Wins .Oyer.lUchardsoQ Easily J ?^Hampton Defeats Cansler By Close Vote?The Race for Con gress Close and Exciting, in Two Districts, (By Long Distance Phone.) Columbia, Special:At an early hour this morning 96,000 votes had been heard from, - giving Blease a lead of 3,910 votes over his opponent, C. C. Featherstone. The counties of Char leston,Aiken, Richland and Spartan* burg all gave Blease large majorities. Both Messrs. Blease and Feather stone were last night in the city watching the returns. I The race for Adjutant and Inspec tor General was: all in favor of Col. W. W. Moore, who leads his oppon-1 ent, Capt J. Hl Richardson, of Aik en,. by 33,380 votes. ' - The race for Railroad Commission er was very close. The vote standB with Hampton 3,468 votes ahead. None of these results are apt to be changed by the later votes. In the Second Congressional Dis trict Patterson and Byrnes are run-)...

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. — 14 September 1910

Established in 1880. WdL 40 .._.No. Ii? EPabUsbed Three Times a Week, Saecday,, Thursday and Saturday. i JEafcer<?d as second-class matter @sjL 9, 1009, at the postofBce at Os> araeburg, S. C, "aider the Act of Congress of March, 1879. 9?C L. Sims, Editor and Proprietor. Stag. Izlar Sims, - Associate Editor. Subscription Kates. 9tt* Tear.81.50 9ttz Months. ?78 Months. .40 Remittances should be made by 4feeck, money order, registered let ters, or express orders, payable to Che Times and Democrat, Orange* jwafe s. c The . Republican leaders wera dumbfounded by the Democratic vic tory in Maine. ? Senator Hale knew what he was . doing when he declined a re-election \ to the Senate from Maine. The insurgent Republicans of FMaine have adopted the rignt meth od to bring the o'd standpatters in the party to terms. That glorious Democratic victory in 'Maine gives the near Republican newspapers of the South the cold shivers down the spine. The result in Main fell like a bomb shell in th...

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. — 14 September 1910

7k litt!? Um Baff laYour The Best Paint When you come to paint your house you must figure on investing a certain amount?say $25 to $50, two-thirds of which is for labor. If you spend $2 or $3 more than a cheap so-called paint would cost and get the best paint you will save more than the few dollars extra outlay because you will be assured of utmost service. Lowe Brothers Y High Standard Liquid Paint is not only the best paint but the most economi cal. It gives you most for your money?most in wear,' in looks and in hiding power. It may cost more per gallon but less for the job and you can depend on it. We sell all of Lowe Brothers "High Stand ard " products and the Little Blue Flag on 1 ? J the can is your J^ITIT protection. Let C4Ill(L- us talk overyour paint needs and show you in plain figures where you can save money. New color cards and combinations ready. SAL I now offer for sale the following lots, residences, merchandise, etc., which I now have at Eutawviile, South Carolina: O...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 14 September 1910

?GWm FEATHEBSTONB A MAJOR ITY* OF ELEVEN. tffioore and, Hampton the Favorites liar State Oiiices.?Bowman and j Hatto Elected to Legislature. With' forty-one precincts out of forty-two having sent in their votes tor the gubernatorial candidates, Featherstone has a small lead?only eleven votes. The vote was Feath erstone 1,56.8, Blease 1,557. This race was doubtful until the last min ute, both candidates being in the lead several times as the polls were heard from. The final result was as the - -above. This is without a doubt one of the closes? races ever witnessed by - Orangeburg people. For Adjutant and Inspector Gen eral Col. W. W. Moore is easily in the lead. Only 40 boxes sent in their i votes for this'office, and the result vras about four to one in favor of SHoore. Forty boxen had also been beard from in regard to the votes for Railroad Commissioner. There cult from these boxes was a lead of about .500 votes for Hampton. For the Legislature Bowman led,! followed by Hutto?both o...

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. — 22 September 1910

S Two White Hen Lynched at Tampa, Ha., For Shooting a White Man. PROMINENT ITALIANS Were the Victims of the Lawless Slob.?They Had Been Arrested anil Were Being Carried to Bar* racks When Small Mob Halted th Conveyance and Procured Them. . {While being transported to the county jail Tuesday night about nine o'clock at Tampa, Fla., Castenge Flccarotta and Angelo Albano, twb prominent Italians, who have made .themselves ? conspicuous in. the cigar strike here, were taken from deputy sheriffs at Howard and Grand Cen tral avenues, hurried to a heavily wooded tract nearby and hanged to ... the same limb. Both men were arrested about 3lx o'clock In the afternoon by a deputy sheriff charged with being accessor ies to U/} shooting of J. D. Easter ling, the bookkeeper of Bustlllo Brothers and Diaz several! days ago. They were locked *up in the west Tampa barracks for a short time and after nine o'clock were taken out, placed In a hack and started .to wards the county jail In Tampa. They were...

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. — 22 September 1910

Established In 1809. UcL 40. No. 120 iPablished Three Times o Week, tifeesday, Thursday and Saturday. .-. ,JS'.-.. v .--Entered as secerid-class matter Ifaa. ?,1901), at ?ie postoffice at Or -BBgBburg, 8. C, under the Act of ?. Owagress of March, 1879. " " 9hA L. Sims, Editor and Proprietor. 9m. Izlar Jiims, - Associate Editor. r Subscription Bates. Sa* Tear ^ ......... /..51.50 Sis Months.75 Bteree Monittis.40 Remittances should be made by ?heck,! money order, registered let Kjen? or aqpreaa orders, payable to the Times and* Democrat, Orange .fens, S. 0. Q'MI , . Should the RepubUcans nominate Teddy'for President in 1912 the Dem , .ecrats would hate a picnic in voting, that hot air artist permanently from * politics. Railroad dominition was quite a factor at the recent primaries in some ... of,the states. The.railroad question. >^ike;the poor. ,seems destined to be always with us. i The Republican newspapers are drying to convince themselves that 'the loss of Maine .-to their pa...

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. — 22 September 1910

_.. -Circuit Court Sale. . . State of South " Carolina, County of Orangeburg.?In Common Pleas.' Bank of Orangeburg, etc.. .Plaintiff, ..against Ellison juflson, et al.'.. .Defendants. 'By virtue of the judgment in the above stated-' case, I will sell at pub Jle auction, at Orangeburg .Court House, during the legal hours for sales,''on the first Monday in Octo ber, 1910, being the third day of sa!.d month, the following described real estate: ALL THAT CERTAIN TRACT fcR PARCEL "?F 'LAND; situate, lying and ?'being in Orange Township, in i . Orangeburg County and State afore said, containing one hundred and fifty-two acres,' niore or less, bound? ed north by lands now or formerly - ?f A. Lathrop. A. D. Webster and Laura J. Webster, now of Joseph "Wallace and Daniel Moorer; east) south and west by lands of Rev. T a Wannamaker, formerly of Mrs. S. M. Legare. ; ' '* : ALL THAT CERTAIN TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND, situate, lying and "being in Orangeburg 'County and State aforesaid, containing ...

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