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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 9 November 1910

f WOMAN SEAR HUNTER. <5eod Shot Brought Down Bruin and Ssved Her Favorite Dog. Mrs. Addie Walker, a preposessing little woman of Rifle, not only kiiled a large bear this week with a bullet tram a weapon in her own hands, but she risked her life in an. attempt to prevent the bear from killing one ot'her favorite .bear dogs. The battle between bruin and the plucky Mrs. Walker occurred on Mann Creek, near Rifle, and in the sec tion where Col. Roosevelt hunted bear and mountain lion four yars ago. Jfired Tolland the guide had shown Mrs. Walker where bear might be found and had loaned the Tolland and T.eague bear dogs to her for -the put pose of -cornering the animal. She did get the big brute in'a corner and thought she -bad ended his troubles as well as those of the dogs when she sent a bulle? into his .body at the point of the shoulder. Instead of calming the animal, as sbs thought It would, it enraged him and a two hour chase behind the dogs and the bear through the down timber an...

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. — 9 November 1910

WOMAN BEAR HUNTER. Qcod Shci Brought Down Bruin and Saved Her Favorite Dog. Mrs. Addio Walker, a preposessing little woman of Rifle, not only killed a large bear this week with a bullet xrozn a weapon in her own bauds, but *he risked her life in an attempt to prevent the bear from killing one of "her favorite .bear dogs. The battle between bruin and the plucky Mrs. Walker occurred on Mann Creek., near Ki?e, and in the sec tion where Col. Roosevelt hunted bear and mountain lion four yars ago. *>red Tolland the guide had shown Mrs. Walker where bear might be found and had loaned the Tolland and Teague bear doss to her for the pur pose of corner.ng th-a animal. She did get the big brute in'a corner and thought sae had ended his troubles as well as those of the dogs wheu she sent a bullci into his -body at the point of the shoulder. Instead of calming the animal, as efce (bought it would, it enraged him and a two hour chase behind the dogs and the bear through the down timber and jun...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 9 November 1910

WfcLVlL IN CORN PBOR GOKRADI TELLS HOW TO CONTROL THEM. Bo Gives the Remedy Used at the , South Carolina Experiment Sta ' f ?ion, of Which He Is Entomologist. The weevils lay their eggs In the seed where the young larvae eat the starch. When full grown they change to the dormant or pupal stage, from -which the full grown weevil emerges sind works its way out to lay the laggs for another generation. The entire time for egg laying to the de velopment of the full grown weevil requires about six weeks. .The first step, in controlling corn weevils is to select the seed corn in the field, paying special attention to the ears that are well covered by the shuck and if possible that hang with the pointed end downward. This is an important precaution, although not sufficient to fully protect the corn in the cribs. Carbon bisulphide is a colorless li quid with a strong disagreeable odor, it vaporizes rapidly at ordinary tem peratures, is highly inflamable, and when ignited is explosive. It is,...

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. — 12 November 1910

PUBLISHED THESE TD mPEOFlEW TfeiOBgh ibe Democraliic Part; Tbej Re b?ke the Repablicas t. -.? HOUSE IS DEMOCRATIC New York, New Jersey, Ofcio, Massa - chasetts, Connecticut, Indiana, Ne braska and Other Heretofore Re publican States Have Enrolled Themselves Under the Democratic Banner for the Country 3 Good. The elections held in the different ?States- on Tuesday of. last, week re sulted in a political convulsion of far reaching extent, similar at many points to the famous tidal wave of 1892, and possibly more widespread In effect. In many States, heretofore considered Republican strongholds, that party ban been driven from pow er by the outraged people and the Democratic party enthroned. In New York State John A. Dlx, Democratic candidate for Governor, was elected over Henry L. Stimson, Republican, by a plurality of about 66,000, reversing the Republican of, 70,000 in 190S for Governor Hughes. The Democrats also gained ten con gressmen, and : carried the legisla ture, which ensures...

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. — 12 November 1910

? Established in 18C?. Vol. 41. ... -No. 176 ^_????.???? ??. Published Three TimesJEacti Week: On Tuesday, Thrrsday and StUurday. entered as~second=cIass' lmitterTph January 9, 1909,' at the potit office at Orangeburg',> S.. C| under the "Art of ConCTe&'of Mrch, ISTui% " Jas. L. Sims, Editor and*Proprietor. Jas. Iz1ar*-"8inisy '-' !*? PiibU&her. j Subscription Bates. One Year. $1.50 \ Six 'Mouths. . . .? Three Months,.*'?>! ?fi Remittances should be made by reg .istered letter, check, money order or express irder, 'payable to The 'Times and Democrat, Orange burg, S. C. Teddy bad so much of the egotism knocked out' of him by the result of the election that he refused to say a word about it. Stimson. Teddy's candidate for Governor of ' New York,' who went down in the general wreck on elec tion day. says it was: a "ground swell.'! It was a'grand bounce for hlta. If the Democratic party is faith ful to the "trust imposed upon it by the - people as a result of the election ...

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. — 12 November 1910

j WOMEN LEARN TO USE GAS. A sew way of earning money ha* teen opened to women by the gas companies of the large cities. They are pent to private houses and apart ments to explain the nee of the gas ;T?ngtj and of the meter with, the ob ject of teaching economy.,in the iise of gas. According to one, of .these tenders it is a ijosition requiring ? tact as well as the special knowledge ithey are paid to diffuse./ . . "It is always possible .to , make , a T/omin feel humiliated when. you caU to show her how to do what she "thinls she knows how to do herself," one of the gas emissaries is Quoted in Popular Mechanics as saying about her work. "Possibly she . has, com plained to the gas company that the stove will not work properly. "Tie reason may be tbat she does 3*ot :tnow how to use it. but it will act do to tell her so. So we proceed to find out the season and do it so adroitly that she still be?eves the latilt was with the range and not with her. but at the same time has learned enou...

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. — 12 November 1910

':; fflNK FRANKLIN CASE .m&X MAKE FURTHER MOVE TO SAVE HIS LIFE. State Says a Review at State Cfepitol Leads Many to Believe in fifkrther Action. **Will the case of Pink Franklin -to placed in the hands of white attor neys?" asks the Columbia State. The State goes on to say "this conclusion ?23 reached following the movements about the State house Wednesday of ?the negro attorneys for the negro -who has been sentenced to hang in fOraageburg county and a representa atttvs of some kind of a philanthrop ic society of New York city. A white woman called at several offlcies in 3be State house durl-tir fne day ami -adrod for the court records. "She was directed to the o.Tice of N-?K5 clerk of the supreme court. Sue ??atatod to Col. U. R. Brooks that she -was to meet Adams and Moore. ^ha. srssro attorneys for Franklin, and "that she would like to see the re <cords in the case. Before she fur ther explained her mission John Adam3, one of the negro attorneys, come in. She had a confer...

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. — 15 November 1910

PUBLISHED THREE TJJ BLACK GUILTY Jodie M. Rawfinson and H. Lee Solomons Declared Not Gallly. FAMOUS GRAFT TRIAL' John BUack Was Convicted on tue ? Second ! Count of Indictment, Which is a Conspiracy to Defraud and Cheat the State Oat of a large Sam of Money. The jiiry In 'the graft cases at Chester brought in the following verdict at half-past nine o'clock'Fri day .night: "Not guilty, as :to Jodie H Rawlinspn and H. Lee Solomons; guilty as to John Black on second count; hdt guilty on. first count." The State says the conviction of Black on the second count of the indictment means in a few words that be has been declared guilty of conspiring to cheat and defraud the State of South Carolina by divers false pretenses and indirect means of-large sums of money. - j The difference between the first and second counts to the ordinary mind is hard to distinguish,, the dif ference being something like this: The first count charges conspiracy to receive and accept rebates for in dividual use 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. — 15 November 1910

$to -''9imt? and '?tmai&. ? Established in 1869. VoS.41. . . . . ..... . .No. 176 JPublished Three Times Each'Week. <3'a Tuesday, Thrrsday and Saturday. '?? Entered as ieeoud-ciass matter on January 0,^1909? .at?tlie jpost office mt Orangebfirg, ?. G? under the Act ?f ConarebS of March, 1879. Joel L. Sims, Editor and Proprietor. Jas. Mar Sims, >? - ( Publisher. Subscription Rates. One Year. v . f. . . . . $1.50 Six Months. . . . . ? ? <3Xuee Months.*'J Remittances sho.uld be made by reg istered letter, check, money order or express irder, payable to The Times and Democrat, Orangeburg, S. C. The Gaffney Ledger sizes up Ted dy. exactly, according to our notion, when' it says of all the overrated, loud-rnoutfied, 'bVusterihg blather skites this country ever produced he is the limit. ?" ~ ? Willie Hearst's little individually conducted political party progresses backwards. It got less votes in New York than the Socialists party got. Next to Teddy, Wiilie is the biggest humb...

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. — 15 November 1910

"MONARCH OF THE EA8T.*? : ? ? A Pccular Plant Which Flowers With , out Earth or Water. The Saxrmoiraium Gutta turn, or I-?Monarch of Vi? Bast," is a bulb, I "wnlch h is the extraordinary power of I being able, to sr.t on a table Ci znahtel f piece in mid-win ted and. without j v/aier, produce a huge flower 18 inches "high. Its only necessity is something to sit on. It belongs to the same fam ily as*-the white arm lily, and the Sower is like a tall, narrow edition of its -Fhite-cousin, .but is of a splendid yeUdw, richly spotted with velvety <crim son. The bulb is not unlike a huge half penny bun, and must be placeu, with out earth or water, on a mantelpiece, in an incredibly short time u^e ilower will ? appear; when it has faded the hulb, should be plantel in tlie garden, where in the sprlngit will throw up a stout stem two feet high, covered with -dark purple spots,, and bear ng at the ^.summit .a^uuge ..umbrella-shaped leaf. Dig up the bulb In tue autumn, wash it and sake it ti...

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. — 15 November 1910

. UNUSUAL REQUEST TPOS PARDON OF NEGRO WHO PLEADED GUILTY. ?Ccnvilcted of Attempted Assault on the Wife of the Man Who Now Waats Him Released. Although the husband of the wo snan, for. an attempted assault upon wbom Joe Bowman, colored, of Or aagebnrg County, is serving a twen ty years' sentence, Bigned the petition for the release of the negro and wrote, a personal letter to Governor Ansel, in behalf of the negro, bring ing down upon, himself condemna tion by the presiding 3udge, the Gov ernor Saturday morning wrote on the back of the,petition for pardon: "Pardon refused."' . .In _ January, 1907, Joe -'Bowman ptesded guilty to an attempted as sutlt in the Court of General Ses sions for. Orangeburg- County, and Jbo was sentenced to 20 years' im prisonment In the State Penitentiary. A short while ago a petition was pre sented to Governor Ansel, asking that ie pardon Bowman. In the'petition xune the following remarkable let ter from the husband of the woman, <ra the complaint of wh...

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. — 17 November 1910

P?BLISHJ5P THREE TD DEAMSl'RAI ..... ? . Sr. J. B. Kelly, of,Charleston, Rao Over and is Iqstantly Killed. ' ? I eis deaih i mm0 tEto Body ^pf the Well KppJ? Wood Dealer iWas ^<>ond %s.ide .^ho Track of the Southern Railway ? "With the ^ead .iSe^ered ^ntirely From It. - Decapitated, .it .is ..thought, by a Southern ^ilway ^in,^hp}he?.d|e^s * body of Mr., J. B. Kelly, ^weU-knoren. .wood dealer .of Charleston, ? was Sound Tuesday morning;, at a; Quarter after 7 o&ock, on '" Southern's tracks, just above '.Ltne. the News and .Courier. , The body. was.found ,by a railway, clerk, and"- .'at once* reported to the police -authorities. The coroner, was notified; hut no eyewitnesses, could be found, :and'.the fi^djas of a ver dict was pbstpcned. air. Kelly lived on Meeting street, opposite Sumter,, and '.it',!?-thought' that he was pn'"his way home,'when Hie was striiick by the train. v trhe body was 'lying oh the* edge' of the track, while the head was on almost j ?nrec?gniz?b e m...

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. — 17 November 1910

Established in 1869. VoL 41. ......No. 170 Published Three Times Each Week. On Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. ... Entered as second-class matter on January 0, 2900, at the post office 'at Orangeburg, S. O., under the Act of Congress- o'l March, 1879. 3as. L. Sims, Editor and Proprietor. Jas. Izlar Sims, j ? Publisher. Subscription Rates. One Year.$1.50 Six Months...75 Three Months.40 Remittances should be made by reg istered letter, check, money order or express order, payable to The Times and Democrat, Orange burg, S. C. JHey there, Teddy! Send us a lock of your- hair before you start to your long journey up Salt River. The .Lord was on . the side of the people in' the late election. That is ?why so many rascals were turned out The conviction of three white men for murdering a white man is a sig nal victory for law and order In Sounb Carolina. If the auto displaces the horse, as some people freely predict, there will be a dearth, of horse shoes to nail upon the barn doors for Iuck...

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. — 17 November 1910

V W?VTIAN GIRLS RIDE A8TRIDB* . ? ; Qostnme Resemble* Trailing Gown of a Mediaeval Noblewoman. ? ?; >' It is of little importance to Haytf and its people what the other Powers . think of it The little black republic sees right ahead with its voodoo ism, idol worship and other strange cus toms'without regard for the feelings; of the missionaries r.tationed there. Naturally enough the civilized custom of a woman using a side saddle, for horseback riding does, not appeal to the semi-savage nature of the inhabi tants. Of course, not many Haytians are prosperous enough to own horses lor use solely under the saddle. But those who do dress their women in the strangest riding habits yet de vised. As the riders are ignorant of auch an invention as the side saddle, their rldmg habits are built to fit the Hues of an ordinary leather saddle. In effect those garments are simply a saggy pair of trousers, ending at the ankle in front but hanging in many folds almost to the ground at the 'back. ...

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. — 17 November 1910

MANY M A. R'S HLKt SHHfFERENCE MET ON TUESDAY WIGHT IN COURTHOUSE. %5os& Interesting Opening Services, '.VTHTere Held arid ailReception Given , at Elk's Hall. The 14th annual convention of the South Carolina Daughters of the American Revolution.was convened sii'this city at the 'Court House on Taesday evening at iiine o'clock. The laO was very beautifully and taste fully decorated with Dl A. R. and United State flags; bunting and color achemes of D. A. R. colors and red, -white:and blue; ? <" '? Promptly at nine o'clock the pret ty insignia of the D. A. R., which ^suspended just to''the''rear'of tbe State Regent's chair, was -illumined ^Bzbd state'officers'and exetate regents were escorted to' their seats bnKthe xostrum by the pages, Misses Alice Moses,. Kittie 'Salley-, Annie Izlar and Sadie Bates. The meetings was-called tolorder and a .musical--selection was rendered by the Choral- Club..^ The IK A. R. ritual ^was then-read which was very pretty and impressive.. V Col. Asb...

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. — 19 November 1910

PUBLISHED THREE TJ21 TOY TALKS Be Crawl ? From Under the Debris and Makes a Few Remarks ob THE GREAT TIDAL WAVE Says He's Jost Begun tbe Fight for Ideals, and That He Will (JoOnfo a Triumphant Conclusion in Spite of Checks and Failures of Lead ers. ? 11 . (Theodore Roosevelt declares in his first statement since election day that he believes tbe flght for pr?gres srre popular government has just bs saa. One week before election, wfeile speaking in Oes Moines, hs said he was enlisted for a 'three years' war, and that if defeated this year he would "keep on fighting.' His flrat 'formal statement, as printed in 'the Outlook, to whioh publication he is a contributing edi tor, says: On every hand, personally and by correspondence, I have been asked to make a statement regarding the 'ejection. So far as I am concerned, I have nothing whatever to add to or to take away from the declaration of principles which I have made in the Oaawatonic speech and elsewhere, Bast and West, during the pas...

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. — 19 November 1910

Established in 1869. Vol. 41.No. 170 Published Three Times Each Week. On Tuesday, Thrrsday and Saturday. Entered as second-class matter on ?auuaty 9, 1909, at the post office ?t Orangeburg, S. C, under the Art foO. Conere&s of March, 1879. -las. L. Shna, Editor and Proprietor, -las. Izlar Sims, - ? Publisher. . Subscription Bates. <Jee Year.$1-150 Si< Elionths. ......... .75 TJaree Months.... . A'J Remittances should be made by reg istered letter, check, money order or express order, payable to The Times i tod Democrat, Orange burg, S. C. Teddy and his friends may not think so, but he is politically dead in this country. /h ey there, Teddy! Send us a Insk of your hair before you start to your long journey up Salt River. "Tennessee is as staunchly Dein ocrr.tic at heart as ever," announces the Rome Tribune-Herald. We agree with the Augusta Chronicle that be ing Democratic at the polls is more con rincing. Senator Tillman has declared for <5ov. Harmon, of Ohio, as the nex...

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. — 19 November 1910

Auction Sale of Tuesday, Nov. 22, 1910, Beginning at 11 A. M., At Russell Street Place Orangeburg, S. C Last November we SOLD EIGHTY LOTS in this addition. We have ONLY THIRTY LEFT, and this may be YOUR LAST CHANCE to secure a lot at a medium price. ANY LOT sold in our last sale WILL BRING A PROFIT NOW and as ORANGEBURG IS GROWING FASTER than at any time in her history, you CAN'T FIND A BETTER INVESTMENT than one or more of these lots. People are coming to Orangeburg every day seeking homes. TERMS, One-Third Cash, balance in two equal annual in stallments at 8 per cent., interest. Bag of Monej Given away. Why You Should Buy A Lot: Brass Band and High Class Auctioneer. It is Always Increasing in Value. It is the Safest Form of Investment. It Doesn't Eat, Cannot be Burned or Stolen. It is a Place to Build a-Home. COME RAIN OR SHINE. FORD & MATHENY. ::*m ? - Circuit Court Sale. State of South Carolina. County of Orangeburg.?In Common Pleas. The Peoples Bank. Plaintiff, against W. M...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 19 November 1910

CONFERENCE CLOSES OF AMERICAN REV OLUTION ADJOUKN. 3S? Next Session W31U Be Held at , Chester.?-Officers lElected and all ' <3o223n.ittees Appointed. Hie fourteenth annual conference of-ike Daughters of the Aemerlcau [Revolution ended Its session in this ilt^r on Thursday night, after ? most enthusiastic and enjoyable meeting. 3iacb. business was accomplished at iho conference and it was the larg -eat ever held. The conference was presided over by Mrs. F. L.. Mayea, State Regent, of Greenville. The an sttal report of the State regent was -excellent showing great knowledge and research. jrhe following committees made 'splendid reports at the conference: 'Statu Flage, by Mrs. A. C. Ligon, of ? Omngeburg; Industrial Education, ffllw. F. H. H. Calhoun, Clemson Col Hege; Railroad Rates,. Mrs. A. C. Li jgon, Orangeburg; Continental Hail, SMia. J. A. Miles, Charleston; Maga sdnc, Mrs. S. C. Baker, Sumter; Rev olutionary Graves, Miss Kate Lily -"Blue, Marion. Mrs- Rebecca Bacon, of Edgef...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 22 November 1910

PUBLISHED THBEE TTB FOUR MEN DEAD As a Result of the Explosion of a Gun at Navy Proving Grounds. MAY HAPPEN ANY TIME Lieutenant Arthur C. Caffee anrt Three Otlief Members of the Gun Crew Were Instantly Killed or (Mortally Wounded and Another Was Seriously Injured. By -the premature explosion of a --.-Winch gun, at the Indian Head, Md., proving grounds of the navy, four men are dead, including Lieut. Ar thur. C. Caffee, who was in charge of the gun, and one man, a negro,, seriously injured. The breech lock of the gun, wh ich. was being- tested, blew backward into the crew which was firing the gun. The explosion probably was due to a ben* or foul ed firing pin, which projected be yond the face of the breech plug.ol the gun. The dead in addition to Lieuten ant Caffee, are: J. L. Brown, battery foreman, in stantly killed J. J. Leary, or-dnance- man, fa tally , injured, died later. Nelson Jackson, colored, battery attendant, fattaily" injured and died shortly .afterward. . Sydney Dyson, ...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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