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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 6 December 1910

Stau* and Jlcmocr&t Established in 1809. Vol.41. .No. 170 Published Three Times Each Week. On Tuesday, Thrrsduy and Saturday. . Entered as .second-class matter on January 9, 1909, at the post office at Orangeburg, S. C, under the Art of Congress of 3Iarch, 1879. Jas. L. Sims', Editor and Proprietor. Jas. tzlar Sims, - - Publisher. Snbscription Rates. One Year.81.50 Six Months..75 Three Months. .4H Remittances should be made by reg' istered letter, check, money order o: express order, payable to The Times and Democrat, Orangeburg, S. C. The cold weather has come and j,one?but Is on its way again. The weh-bred person will never uiake light of sacred themes nor will be speak disparingly of a woman. Several murders have been com m. itted in this county in the last few ?weeks by negroes upon negroes. . The man of suspicion and jeal ous .nature never has any peace of mind. He Is always ready to imagine the Vorst and generally wants to. How foolish it is to worry oursel acs and others ...

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 December 1910

The Secret ??of Fo untain Pen Convenience lies in the Crescent-Filler,,; under the thumb io be found only on Self-Filling \ Fountain Pen ? '.. ?... ' This simple little Crescent-Filler has made the Conklin the most per Ject and practical fountain pea made. Come in and talk It over. We-want yon 2d know why the Conldin ia the best SIMS BOOK STORE, Why Not Select From Wannamaker's Holiday Stock Now? By careful and timely buying we can offer our "friends an early selec tion of Christmas and Holiday Nov elties. Check over ihe following list and, then come, and choose for yourself. Early buying pays and a deposit will put aside anything you especially nie. Waterman's Pens, $2.50 to $10. Cut Glass; in profusion, pitchers,' ? tumblers, fruit and salad dishes; all dainty and new designs. Cigars; boxed and loose, the best and choicest brands. Comb and Brush Sets. Manicure Sets; a great variety. Boxed Stationery?very^good. Smoking Sets. Shaving Sets. OF COURSE:-The splendd, Huyler Candies. So ...

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 December 1910

NORTH NEWS-LETTER SADIES OF METHODIST CHURCH GIVE MUSICAL.! _ . TLarsa Andiene? See and Appreciate Sfajoyable Affair.?-Personal Items c2 Local Interest. - ffcrrth, T*ov. 28.?Special: Undor t^ auspices of the ladies of the 3IetSodiat' church, a- highly entertain .tett muslcale of homevrtalent.' was; sItch in the beautiful auditorium of ins graded schocl last" Thursday eve .aiag. * The audience was-larg? and ^appreciative, ? cheering -heartily every number presented. The .progra jx was carried out most charmingly and er TeeUvely., Many have requested that the entire program be repeated. fPar Away," as a duet, was sung beautifully by Miss Livingston and iSr. Sally. ; ?"Little Annie Rooney" was ren dered most pleasingly by little Miss es Reed, Wolfe and. Price. rAileen," "Come Where My Love Lies Dreaming," "Silver Threads Among the Gold," ana "Climb up, **&illum' Climb," very' highly pleas ?4 the audience, and were presented %S. aH participating in the program. /"Jennie McNeal'a Rid...

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 December 1910

PUBLISHED MKEETJJ WANT BEST MAN h tfce Presidential Roer, S?ys Congress man James, oi Kentucky. ML SAYAMtM 10 THIS The Congressman Says Candidates Have Agreed That Party Must Submerge IPersonality?"Harmon's Administration in Ohio Has Never Seen Equalled. While Judson. Harmon, governor of Ohio, held a long conference with Congressman Oliie James at the gov ernor's meeting at Louie vi lie last week. After the session Mr. James buttonholed 'and talked with every sun of prominence he met. He was ss&ed this question: "Is Gov. Harmpn the leading can- j didate for the Democratic Presiden tial nomination in 1912?" "'There are several candidates," ho replied. "Gov. Harmon is one of the strongest men we have in the party. Flld record Is known to the people. There is not a flaw in it. The same may be said of several other gentlemen of national promi nence who are in the public eye to day. "Mr. Harmon has the prestige of having carried President Taft's own1 State by a larger majority than 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. — 8 December 1910

uMHin:* am? iii'fiiinirt? Kttahiished III I?01?. 4Pol. 41. .V??. t T?i f*uiili*lir?l Tlirre Tlmt> KaHi ' U eek. ?On" l iit-xSay, Tlir.-sduy ami Saturday. Riilerrd as .s?'toii<l-iins> mutter I'll ??nuar) ?, JDU?, ut the |?oM ollire ?i < H-aiigeburg. S. C. Minie? the \vl Of ?*?n?refes of March. 1K7?. 4Fa*. L. Sims,1'Editor ami 1'ruprieiur. Ja?. Izlar Shns, ? Publisher. Subscription Kate?. Oct> Year.$1.30 Six Months.*'* Yhree Months. Remittances should be made by reg Istered letter, check, money order 01 express jrder, payable to The'Time? on<i Democrat. Oran^hiir^. S. C. Teddy is soon to make a speech In which he will tell us what brought on the Democratic landslide. Save your hot air, Teddy. We know what caused it already. . .Among the sins which Governor elect. Foss charges up to Senator Lodge is >his responsibility for the force bill, which enraged the- South a. generation ago. Hit him again, Gov-ernor, ? , Great Britian and Germany agree to limit their armamen...

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. — 8 December 1910

s a Sboe Made Especially You may be real fussy about your foot wear?you may have a real hard foot to fit ?your ideas of style may be very plain and ordinary, or you may like an elaborate shoe perhaps you have a tenner foot or some pet spot that has to be favored ? in any event, go to the nearest Craddock dealer and let him fit your foot. , This stuns shoe at our "Aatozraoh''Brand. 32 SO ?X3.00 is Goodyear Welt Sewed; In our College Woman's Walking Shoe. S3.00-M.50-54.00. it equals the best custom make. SOUTHERN GIRL $2.C0?SHOE?$2.50 is made in all leathers, all widths and sizes, on . broad, easy lasts, on narrow lasts with high insteps, with high, low and medium heels, high arch, low arch, etc., etc. We include the best styles Lri our nobby patterns, and also make a number oi-' shoes along plain and simple lines. .With each goes the best of leather, honest making, long wear. See the line at our dealers' store in your town. ? Look for the Red Bell on the Sox CRADDOCK-TERRY CO., Lyncb...

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. — 8 December 1910

THE NEW CtNbUS 2SOW IT AFFECTS THE COUNTIES DT THE LEGISLATURE. Home Counties Gain One Member and Other Counties Lose One . Member Under It. The census report in reference to .South Carolina was made public on ^flueed?y. '? As will be seen by the report which is published on the first jage of this paper, the State has made some gains since 1900, but whether we have gained enough to Siva .us one additional congressman depends altogether on what sort of am apportionment is made by Con gress when it comes to consider the matter. At all events we will hold our own. By the figures in the report pub lished on the first page it will be no ticed that Orangeburg county has now a population of 55,893, against 59.653 in 1900, being a loss of 3,770. This is a splendid showing, when fbe fact is considered that at least 14.000 of the 16,634 people that con stitute the population of Calhoun -county was contributed by Orange *arg. This less was made up in part by the accession to Orangeburg of a go...

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. — 10 December 1910

A Boy K'doaprH a d Held Two Msnihs x Rttarned io His Parents. A VERY STRANGE CASE The Father of the Lad Says Ho Was Restored at Brooklyn Brldse-^-The Boy Says He Was Well! Treated by His Captors, "Who Had Four Other j Children. V After being held a' prisoner for J more than two months by a band of "kldnaopers, Peter, the six-year-old . can of Charles Clrlncion. is again j at his home. No. 4">4 Hackensack Plank Road. Un'on HUE. N. J. He is uninsured and Is a Little stouter I -and t"llpr than _when his captors carried him away. ' j ..'^Phe boy told a World reporter' that In the bouse to which he was! talreu, either on the ea?"t side of New ' York or e's? in Brooklyn; there are four r.t*er children. He gives their sames as Rose, who Is two years ?l*: Tre^i-n?, who Is five: Katie, four, and "Ncnna," a toy of seven. j Pe*er pavi that the children re . ferred to the woman who cared for; thpm as "Mamma," but the oollce believe them to be ether children hpld for a reward. A determined ef...

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. — 10 December 1910

Kolaltiisiiitl in ItWU. Vol..41. ,X?. 17tt ?ubll-hed Thn-v Times? Each Week. On TueM'ay. Thr.-sduy and Saturilay. Entered a.* ?immd-cluss mutter en January 9, i9oj>, nt the ihm?* oilire at Oraugehuri:. S. C. under tlie \rt oi Coiiyros ?f Man-h, 187U. Jim* Ii. Sims. Editor and Proprio? or. Jets. T/lar Sims, - - Publisher. Subscription Kates. One War.$1.50 *Hx Months.7* ITiree Months., .4*1 RemUtan*-es'should be made by reg istered lottery check, money order or .express ord-rr. payable to The Times ?od U^moi-rat, Orangrhurc S. C. 'For an ex-Repubican, Foss is prra'-h5r..g somo pretty good Demo . cr:>:.:c doctrine in 'Massachusetts. ? 'I";?-:-;dr,::t Taft's message preached st.a*,'".).-i-.-"i all the way throu:h. At least that, is what the New York World says. There are more lame ducks among the Republican Congressmen in Washington at this session of Con gress thsrU has been there at one time since 1392. when Cleveland went, in on a tidal wave. They are visible on every hand. The...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 10 December 1910

K Ji^'S-Ihi iust plac; 10 do Your Xnns pupping! ?? ; ????? ? We sent our buye' to Nsw York to select the newest a^d best novdt?es lor this season. Come and se'ect yours. Your Christmas Goods Are Here - And So Reasonably Priced. Don't De'ay -Assortments Are Now Complete. The Variety You ' Mf Find Here For'Each One in the Fam Your Shopping is Made Easy. We give in condensed form suggestions of a few of the good things you will, find at KOHN*5: We know that we can please j ou. Buyers from the large citi ;s come here to shop. "There is a reason.' The Banner Assortment of Gifts for Gift-Giving Time!! Check Over This b'st And Bring It With You!! FOR MEN. Handkerchief; silk initial, plain ami fancy bo.icd, always good 5e to .$3.C0 Superb Neckwear: 111 Christmas boxes ready to gli't. . . .. . ? - ? .-. - ? ?-.>C, t>Oc, fOC, Bradley and Silk Movers, 5t.'c and up. Fancy Socks; silk ai:d lisle, bolt;, boxed.. Cadets guaranteed or.es top. 25c pair, $1.00 box. Bath and Lounging Kobus: eleg...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 10 December 1910

OJ-FlGtKS AKt tLtCTtl) 4M> STANDING COMMITTEES ARB ALL APPOINTED. ta*e Local Chapter of the Daughters ." ~' of the Confederacy Hold an .Im portant Meeting. Paul McMichae! Chapter, U. D. C. held an Important and very pleasant sheeting at the residence of Mrs. Samuel Dibble on Wednesday morn ins last. There "was a iood attend ance of members, and all present had ?- most delightful time. Mrs. Jas. SL Oliver was elected corresponding -secretary and Mrs. T. 0. S. DIbb.e ?was elected auditor. Delegates to the ?tate Convention, which met at Georgetown, read their report, which was received as Information. After the business was an transacted, re freshments were served by Mrs. Samuel Dibble and Mre. W. W. Wat con, hostesses of the occasion. The standing committees for the ensuing year were then appointed, the fol lowing ladles being named on the i several committees: Credentials?Mrs. B. H. Moss, chairman; Mrs. R. H. Jena in is, and Mrs. P. T. Hildebrand. Memorial?Mrs. J. L Sorentrue, j c...

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. — 13 December 1910

PUBLISHED THBEE ?11 PITIABLE STORY . He Marder ei Uajford Was Dae to Mtst Estraordioary Caue*. PATHOS WITH TRAGEDY Conditions Surrounding the Harris ' Girl is Mos: Heartrending and the Coroner's Jury Verdict Has the Approval of All Familiar With the Evidence Adduced at Hearing. d correspondent of The State, -writing from Bruuson, says distaste ful as Is the task It Is best that the story of the killing of J. R. Lanjford be told and necessarily in the telling of it there must be related the too tragic story of Mary Harris, the young white girl who is in the peni tentiary at Columbia, an eye-witness of the killing and the occasion of it. There is no charse against her. It is possible there may be one brought?for by her own admission she was - accessory after the. fact, to the murder of Mr. Langford. After hearing of the life and en vironment of this poor child, one can but recall what was traced in the dust by the fingers of Him' who came to save sinners: "He that Is with out sin amon...

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. — 13 December 1910

E?.;ai?lixhi*d im is<>?. PubJWied Three Times Each Week. Ob Tuesday, Thrrsday and Saturday. Entered as second-class mutter en January '), iOu?, at the iK?st bflire Dt Orangeburji, S. C, under tlie Art Of Consrreas of March, 1879. fas. L. Sims Editor and Proprietor. Jas. Izlar Sims, * - Publisher. Subscription Rates. - One Year. ..~. $1.50 Bis Months. .*"> Ihre* Months. . . . .. . . '4P Bemittances should be made by reg? Estered letter, check, money order or express order, payable to The Time* carl Democrat. Orangebiirg, S. C. If but a majority of the ?ood laws apon the statute books of the State weire only enforced what, a reforma tion there would be. A tree not only lies as it falls but It SaUs as it leans. This fact should teach men to consider which way their habits are leaning that they may straighten them if the leaning Is In the wrong direction. ?Sometimes men who are supposed Co be politically dead as the result of election defeat*1 have an uncomfort able habrt of co...

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. — 13 December 1910

mE&i&sm Ja ?ELF-CONFIDENCE IS WEAKNESS iflatthaw 26:31-35, 69-75?December 4 '"Let Mm that thiaketk he *t>iii?cth lake heei Itxt he faU."-l Cor. 10:0. 6T. PETEB. has proven to be one of the most helpful of Christ's twelve.-Apostles, aud the secret ?Cf bis assistance lies in the Scriptural revelation of his humau nature, its -Strength and its weaknesses. He was the first of the twelve Apostle? to ac knowledge the Master as the Messiah, tie Sent of God; he was the first-of the iwelve to deuy him. 11? was the only *ne of the twelve who drew his sword In the Master's defense and the only ?ue who, later...swore that he never Smew him. By-Divine arrangement, to him were given the keys with which S)//xf fker. ie/bre //ie coat crew. de/j//ay /ha? Ae ever toetr his Master go open the door to the High Calling? to the Kingdom. At Pentecost he used ?ne of the keys of power and boldly pro elaimed to the Jews the opeiiiug of the JWay to glory, houor and immortality. A little later, at t...

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. — 13 December 1910

SIMMY SESSION T??XOR DUKES AND THE ALDER MANIO BOARD CLASHES. W&llDaor Tdhreafcens to Resign if the Baaed of ASdermeu Tako Certain Ac&oa. A very harmless looking little tsu&ar produced quite a storm at &e meeting of the City Council on last Friday night, during which 3LvT?>r Dukes put the aldermen on aotke that ?f they did a certain ? ttiaa; he would resign his office. Af 4sr a little deliberation, the alder '3aei? did exactly what the mayor did nj?t want them to do, which was re fusing, a bail bond of $20, which nad been forfeited by a colored wo man, who, It Is claimed, bears an xsassrory reputation. No reporter of Tn? Times and Democrat was pres ent, and we will therefore use the xenart of the matter published by tb? Evening News on Saturday, vlijch is as follows: "1'nder tho head of police com mi t pn, came a report which brought fbifch. some heated remarks. Chair man. Weoks said that he had been sp proa coed by Judge Brunson who staled that one of his houses ...

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 December 1910

PLKUSI!KI> TUHKK Tl^ Speads Rip ?it? A .to (he Nrgroes in PMhibi -ion Trrnlnty. WORSE THAM WHISKEY Vhtte >Ien Connect Themselves With Clubs and Use Whiskey Behind These Doors, While Negroes Are 9?ki?? Mors sad Mora to the Habit of Cocaine. The Charlotte Obaerver *aya the -i?u>rda show that 'the??. th$ aCTe*ta' ' fifir selling whiskey have been girado z?w decreasing within the past sev oral months* the report tronr the of f?o of the chief of poilco for one a&nth not long ago. .ahowina; that taiy one arrest had been '? made for this offense. The oompan^ve.' reo* ?ads of the last six montna^of this yijar and the last b'x months/of 190? wmild doubtless disease the" fact that tifie arrests "have decreased - from 25 to" 50 per. cent, while there has. heea no material reduction In the amount *t drinking that Is going on. ; Students or conditions here would not dare lay to the door of the po . Hcemen of the city a cnarge of dere liction of their duty in this respect. The men wh...

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 December 1910

PI K LISI I Kl' '1*1? If KV Tl > Steads Rip tlfv Kiwi thf Ntgries in Pfglubiiin TffiiUin. WORSE T$3 WHISKEY HJ/hile >len Cociaect Themselves With Clubs and Use Whiskey Behind Tbese Boots, While Negroes Are Inking More and More to. Che Habit of Cocaine. The Charlotte Observer saya the c\i*-ord3 show that there the arrests ftir selling whiskey have been gradu ajOy decreasing within the past sev eral months, the report f rom "the of 3;o of the chief of police for one a!.cnth not long ago. showing that ofojy one arrest had been ? made for tills offense. The comparative rec ?w-is of the last six months of this ji^ar and the last s"x months of 1909 w*uld doubtless dlsclcse the fact that tlie arrests have decreased from 25 t<> 50 per. cent, while there has been as material reduction in the amount art drinking that is going on. Students of conditions here would a at dare lay to the door of the po licemen of the city a cnarge of dere liction of their duty In this respect. The men...

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 December 1910

. K?tui>lisl>cil in IMU. Publhned Three Times Kutii Week. Od Tuesday. Thrrsduyand Saturday. Entered an oecorid-class matter en Januarj U. lOOtt, at the pont ollire ?t Oranirebur}:, S. C. under lue *rt Oi Conum>s of March, 1870. fa?. L. Sims. Editor end Proprietor. 9a?. Izlar Sims, '?>' ? l*ub!isher. Subscription Rates. Ob? Year. ...... . . ?Ii* Six Months. . .. .71 fiSaree Months. Remittances should be made by reg* fctered letter, check, money order or Qspress order, payable to The Times end Democrat, Orangeburg, S. C. It would be a good idea to reduce tha number of congressmen and rates the standard -of-ability- among them. It is said that a wave of old time religion has struck Chicago. We know of no place that needed it worse. unlea3 rt be Hades itself. Two men and one woman com mitted suicido in Pittsburg,'. Pa., on Tuesday. If they lived there, they can hardly be blamed for their ra3h ?ct. * :; The cocain3 habit seems to be growing'rapidly' among the negroes of tho'S...

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 December 1910

When we say at cost we do not mean at cost to you, but at exactly^what they cost us. We have our debts to pay jas our collections and cash sales are very poor we are compelled to oil er this big sacrifice. Now you can take our word for it this is no catch sale but each and every one of our clerks have instructions to sell at exactly what the goods cost us. We have about 150 suits of Clothes and a big stock of Shoes, Hats, Dry Goods, Notions, Furniture, Hardware and Children and Ladies Cloaks, and in fact almost anything you could call for in a General Store. - We offer best flour at : 5 27 second patent at 4.00 Grits at . 1.47 Octagon Soap at ,04c cake 66 66 66 it Star Lye at .06c box Brown Mule Tob. .08c plug Men's Shoes selling price 3,50 cost 2.70 2.25 " 1.60 3.00 " 2.15 Ladies % " : " 2.25 "1.65 1.50 " 1.15 1.25 "1.00 66 66 66 u it 66 it a it Men's Suits selling price 15.00 9.00 " . ii 12.50 8.00 m^mM " u] 10.50 loo " " " : v 8.00 5.50 All. 25c dress goods cost from 15 to 19c pe...

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. — 15 December 1910

HeFdisto R.vci ft j u.H I ?d bj to Bond <>t E <itrti>. APPEALSAii 6-. (MEN "Board Claims Th..l C.wt or Canal Would'be lHsj?w>]M>rtit>iis.tcly 4.?'ent and That Cimjml'ree iHt.veen Or. angohuig and Charlestx?? l>oe.s Not Justify Expciise, .The hoard of eugiueers for rivers and harbors has acted unfavorably on the report of Capt. E. it. Adams, of. the corps .of engineers, recom mending the improvement of the ? waterways betveen Orangeburg to Charleston with a view to providing . a. more direct route between the two <a&laa than that afforded by existing <3a*aaela. However, all Interested j^sttes-have the privilege or appeal Sseo?i-this', conclusion to the board of. eogineera for rivers and harbors ftxr another hearing of the matter, provided the appeal is made within tla next three weeks. R will be remembered that the plao to improve the Edlsto river cre ated' much interest at both ends of the- Hne. The business men of both ?barleston and Orangeburg sub...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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