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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 17 December 1910

PUBLISHED TTIKEE Tia WANT RIG ARMY Says This-Country is; at the Mercy of Any For> iga I-iemj. Says REPORT TO CONGRESS If* ? ' .'? 4SeneraI Wood Confirms Startling Details-?He, 1? an Examination Before House Committee, Points j ?at Nation's Weakness? Hobson : Proposes National Defense Council. , A sensational report from the wai I department showing that the country gs inadequately protected against invasion from foreign governments was sent to the house Wednesday as i secret document and, after a num ber of conferences and hurried tele^l phone messages, was returned to the war department on the ground that the house could not receive a secret report. Members who saw the document J before Its withdrawal say it is a re port of J.'M. Dickinson, secretary of war; that it points out that tbe conn-1 try Is whofiy unprepared; that there Is a woeful Inadequacy of men, of{ guns and of ammunition; that the J ?army should be reorganized and that j a council, of national defense, with the se...

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 December 1910

Ute 35mftiau(l JJrmoaem E^tRhlinhcsl in IXU?. Published Three Times Kadi Week. Od Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Entered as second-class mutter on [January, 9, 1909, at the post olfice St Orangeburg, S. C, under the 4rt ?2 Congress of March, 1879. Eos. L. Sims, ISditor and Proprietor, fas. Mar Sims, ? - Publisher. Subscription Rates. One Year. ......... $l;*r>! Bis Months.7*1 SThree .Months. . .?*??! Remittances gltould be made by reg Estered letter, check, money order oi express order, payable to The Time* ?nd Democrat. Orangeburg, S. C. If Charleston had given the Edlsto j project her sincere support there j .- ?..? would be no doubt of Its going through. ., . If the Edlsto project fails It will not be any fault of (Mr; Lever. He ><? ' bas-b^en on the job ever since It was propc?ed, and is still on iL We hope ':'' he will yet win; Teddy has climbed back on the itandpat Republican band-wagon by praising President Taft in a public speech. The Democratic landslide seems to ...

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 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 as our collections and cash sales are very poor we are compelled to otter 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, Not ions, Furniture, Hardware an d Children and Ladies Cloaks, and in fact almost anything you could call for in ? General Store. We offer best flour at 5 27 second patent at 4.00 Grits at I.47 Octagon Soap at .04c cake it it it ii 66 a a 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 Men's Suits selling price 17.00 to 18 00 a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 6 6 a a a a 9.00 8.00 7.00 5.50 Men's Suits selling price 15.00 12.50 10.50 8.00 ...

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 December 1910

BLOW LEAD TO SHOf <ONti MAN STRIKES ANOTHER ~M : - ? V'' i AND IS SHOT TO DEATH. j Killed by J. J. Jones. The quiet and peace-loving little <lty of Branchville was terribly ^nocked Thursday morning when it "became known that Mr. Abe Pearls tine, one of the town's most promi nent merchants, had been shot and kil'ed by J. J. Jones, Esq., a lawyer residing in the town, in a personal -ciiEcuity at the postoffice. The particulars of the unfortunate . af Sair, as brought.out before the cor oner's jury, shows that it was one of those deplorable tragedies that Is Stable to happen when men resort to force to settle personal matters. Thursday morning at about a ?msrter to ten o'clock, Mr. Pearls tine went to the postoffice to get -"als mail, and while he was in the Sobby of the office Mr. Jones came -in to get his mail. As Mr. Jone3 wa3 about to pas3 him, Mr. Pearl stine accosted Jones, and handed him -a. paper, said to have been a request tr Pearlstine for the settlement of a mercantil...

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. — 20 December 1910

Published tjibee tb FOR CRIME fence &B Hanged Friday for (be Mer der of Mr. Elilin M Sloye. j TWO OTHERS Will HANG Sfe?day Moinixig nt-'Plorence the Mur derer ot..Hls Employer and.Bone fc-ctor Met Death on the ? Gallow?? 8tcck to BjIs Co afessloi Implicat ing-Two Others. Clarence, Ham, v/ho was convicted ?s'an acebmp?co" Iiiv the 'murder. ?of jjr. Ellhu M. Moynt. on Friday even ing, October 28, at his home near Florence, was hanged on Friday at that place. "While standing nndet the noose, he reiterated his confes sion. Implicating Alex. Welddn and William Burroughs, which he made while being tried. Just before being hanged Ham said: \' ','] ? "Gentlemen, here I. am fixing to leave you all. I will leave you all in the hands of the Lord. I am ready to die and I am going home to God. I submit to the crime of which 1 am guilty, but I will, tell you -all the truth about lt. I Itnow nothing more than what I have uaid. I don't want my body burled Jn the grave yard. I don't want my body...

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. — 20 December 1910

Established in !???. Published Three Tim?? Each Week. On Tuesday, Thrrsday and Saturday. Entered as second-class matter en fanuaxy 9, 1909, at the post office tlC Orangebarg, S. C, under the Art * of Conuret>s. of March, 1879. Fas. L. Slias, Editor und Proprietor, fas. Izlar Sims, - - Publisher. <' Subscription Kates. One Year. .$1.50, Blx Months. . Three Months Bemlttances should bu made by reg istered letter, check, money order or ttxpress order, payabla to The Times sad Democrat, Oran|;:eburg, S. C. Many ai-e tho mistakes In llle which people make, but the worst of all Is toy live just for oneself. -Some people say. somethine ant" others have something to say. There is-a groat difference between the two. Oftsntlmes the on:iy: way to prove that a project is feasible is to go ahead s and do it. Et Is far more convincing than tons of argument. . The failure of today may be nec essary for success tomorrow. This should keep one frora being disheart ened when his plans are not im...

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. — 20 December 1910

M" PAUL 6ILM0RE ^??RJQIhl?n N.EW Y?ftK $ ^:p.R&D't Gtl.?N.^;;i:; ?llliiiiiil BACHELOR HERE SATURDAY. OUR WASHINGTON <From our Special Correspondent, Frank Fuller.) This haB been a busy week in the -national capital and yet but little has been done in the way of public business. It has become a settled apollcy of Congress to do nothing un rtll after the holidays, as bo many members go home at that season. The President's message was about as expected, and therefore caused but little comment. Upon the invitation of Secretary Wilson the eleven beet growers of corn in the country, chosen from 11 different Southern States, will be bis guests in Wa shington next week. These leaders-oC the nation's farm ers are mere boys, tne winners in a corn growing contest which has been going on in almost every Southern State since last spring. The eleven lads won out in competition with no .less than 46,255 otnerB. Each of these boys last summer raised an acre of com, this was sent to the count...

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. — 20 December 1910

GIYIN A RECITE AMSEL [MAT SEND FRANKLIN'S CASE TO PARDON BOARD. ?g&e Murderer of Constable Valentine Has Had a Fair Trial and He . Should Hang. '?>": The State says.a respite was grant ed to Pink Franklin on Saturday by Gov. Ansel until the last Friday in iaauary. He was to bave been banged on Friday, haying been con ned; of murdering Constable Val ?fafrtlnTr who had gone to arrest him. "?rTfed a fair trial and was con sfcbed by an Impartial, Intelligent Jury. . . The case has been reviewed by ihaa;State supreme' court and was carried to the United States supreme ?bort for a decision at. to the con stitution- of. the. Jury, laws of . this ^Stale and. the validity of the warrant ^arrest. .. In";refusing; to interfere te. the case, the United States ~ su .ppeme,; court did not rasa on these ?iueations, but decided not to take Ssrisdiction, the appeal not having . Seen perfected. It Is believed that fim. Ansel will seed the case of Franklin to the State board of pardons for a re...

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. — 22 December 1910

Fl'K U SI I Kl> -I'll IIKK TD MAD WilH TAFTj lepoblcu-s IhukChei Juslicc S'ou'd ?IS"'.-. B? K-pi in ih?? Paiiy. CRiTICISEi) BiTTERiY Sosre of itbe More Disgruntled and Dlscppolnied Members of the Pres ident's Party Say Among Them selves That He Was. Bulldozed by iho Opf>osition. According to The Washington cor ?eapcndent of The Norfolk LeJger Dlspatch, nothing that President Taft has done In the twenty months that he ha* held down the Job has so . ?' ausnated the Republicans as his> ny < . polntments yesterday to the Supreme ?hench of the United States and to the commerce court. I He is.belnj bitterly criticised on all h?nds although the Senators ani ?Congressmen are reluctant to state their views prbllcly or to be quote 1 ?and it is hinted that-It will require a hard fight to sacure confirmation ?f the men named, with an even I ohan~s that thsy may'be rejected. One prominent Renvblican from lliin'o s sv'd to the writer: . "I am In favor of having the morn ing prayer ame...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 22 December 1910

K?t?tiii*lle<l III (Mill). Pablt>Uet! Three Tlnie? Kadi \V?t-k. On Tuesday, Thr.-sday anil Saturday. Eutercd o> .*ecoiiiI-t'liu?? mutter imi Joouarj tt, iiKlU, at the poM ulbre ftj Uniuaebiin;, Si I*., umli t lilt* eJ Oomrrex? of March. IM7J?. 9m*. L. ?itu?, Ktlitoi ami Proprietor, lav. Izlar Sinus ? ? I'lililMiwi SubM-riptiou Hat??. One Year.ISI.-VI to Month.?'? Three Months.*'? Remittances *hoithl be made liy re*, fettered letter. ch?'k. money order 01 afcurews anier. payable to The Ti?ue?( ami Itemocrat. (H-anurlnirt;. S. IT. _j The high cost of sending Christ inas presents by express will go a long way toward3 converting many people to the need of a parcels post. Uhbsae it is more successful than most dally newspapers that are started these days, it will be a long time before the stockholders in the Columbia News will receive divi dends). There la a report from Washing ton to the effect that the Senate has at last been converted to populai election of senators. The rece...

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. — 22 December 1910

6B 99 8 You to know that we have displayed in our store a large and well selected stock of Xmas Goods.and Toys They are selling like hot cakes he cause we have what you want and at prices rliht. A fow more good Mulct and Horses for sale or trade. A well selected car of furniture, room suits and extra pieces center tables and dining tables, also beau tiful silk plush folding lounges. Looking for car fancy patem: flour every day at prices that makes cur ? competitors wonder how we can un dersell them anl furnish good stuff. Plenty of seed oats on hand, buggies and wagons. In fact our line is com plete and prices that we defy com petition on. Do:i't forget that you get a chance at that' Beautiful Silk Piu.h Folding Loung with every dollar that you spend with me. We want your Peas. Coiton Seed, Corn, Eggs a d ChtcKt ns, Highest prices paid for same, cash or in trade. We also represent the Hanover Fire Insurance Company, of New Yoik with several other old liners, and the Prudent Life Ins...

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. — 22 December 1910

mm OUR ROADS 'J* COXXECTICIT MAN PASSES THROUGH ORANGEBURG. Jaowbero on His F^ong Journey Han Ho Fouud Reads Any Better Than . 'In Oxangcbcx?i.' "If.you will improve the bad places in your roads, autoiuobilists in hundreds will come to Caarlestou from the North every spring. Caar leston is just the.iort of piace that these men are looking for and ail that she needs in oraer to jet the au i tomobilists is a system of good roads leading to Columb.a. Oraageburg, ? Aiken, Camden and Augu3ta." This Is the opinion of Mr. Seymour Cun ningham, of Utchfield, Conn., who passed through Orangeburg some . days ago, and is now in Charleston : or vicinity. I " His opinion ought to carry con Tictlon in view of the fact that Mr. Cunningham bas just made one oi the longest automobile trips on rcc-. ord. With his wife and baby, a i nurse, a chauffeur and something Uke 500 pounds of baggage, he has jnst made the rui from bis .New Englanl home lo Charleston In his motor car. He says in all the 1,100 mil...

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. — 24 December 1910

m PUBLISHED THREE T13 DEATH IN FLAME Hirrj Fireaea Killed io Chicago Stock - Yards Fire lharsday. WATER S?PPJ Y SHORT ^felling Canopy at Plant of Nelson, * - Morris & C6., Crushes Out Life of Fire Marshal and Battalion Head. Blaze Caused by Explosion Spread With reat Rapidity. Fire Marshal James Horan and be tween 25 and 30 of his firemen were killed, and 40 others were injured In a fire which at an early hour had caused $1,500,000 damage and at 10 a. m. still threatened the whole of Chicago's great stock yards. - A. wooden canopy fell from the beef house of Morris and Company, ?where the fire started, carrying with It tons of red hot brick and debris upon two companies of firemen and ?the chief, crushing them to death and encasing their bodies in a verita ble furnace into which their comrades ?were unable to dig for several hours .?o that practically all those who ?were not killed outright when the walls fell were roasted to flea id be fore help couid come to them. Assistant Ch...

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. — 24 December 1910

PAtahliKhed in is<ss). Published Three Times Kaeli ---Week. Ob Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday. - ?Emeretl as stt-ouil-class matter ,en fenoar* ID, 1909, at tlie post office OS Orangoburg, S. C., under the Act 8f Congress of- Marchi 1*579. $*tt. L. SI KUitor and Proprietor. Jas. iziar siiMN. ? - Publisher. . Subscription Kales. One Year ......... $1.5? 6!x Months. .7"? Thiw Months. . A'l I-1 Remittances should be made by reg fetered letter, cheek, money order or express artier, payable to The Times and Democrat, Orange hu rg, S. C. The Times and Democrat wishes ?every one of Its readers a very Mer ry Christmas. The Times and Democrat hopes that no little stocking will be misled hy Santa Claus. The Times, and Democrat hopes that every child will be made happy by a visit from Santa Claus.' I ? The Times and Democra'i hopes that no man will (mar the Christmas pleasures of himself or family by get ting drunk. The Times and Democrat wishes that every man, woman and child ?will have'one...

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. — 24 December 1910

Kaw It May Run In a Deep Rut I In the Matter of Locality. -LAMENT OF A MAN WHO MOVED [The Homesickness That Came V/ith !t Working Uptown After Twenty i Years of Routina Travel to and From ; and in the Downtown District. ! '. y There are-thousands and thousands of mea in New York ciiy whose busi ngs has been ccufiucd to one district fur twenty years or more, whose dally /routine, seldom .fluctuates* .who nie punctual in traveling by a certain " train every day Iii the wrek, who rem h their offices, hairing tie-ups, at a regu lar hsur and take up their daily grind and held to it until the hour of closing. Many cf thC3e men unconsciously get to knew and i make fi'iends <:f people whose names they never learn. They ; become attached to localities in a arrange sort cf way and do not re:;lire how strong Is the attachment. Here i Js the stcry cf one of them into whose lifo there has come a change through moving that startles and surprises ?him nnJ throws a quaint light upyn some cf the ...

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. — 24 December 1910

Haw It Way Run In a Deep Rut \ In the Matter of Locality. LAMENT CF A MAN WHO MOVED rT>?o Homesickness Thct Came With It Working Uptown Avtcr Twenty ) Years of Routino Travel to and From and in ths Downtown District. x There are thousands acid thousands of men la New York ciiy whose busi ness has been confined to one dLstriU fur twenty years or more, whose dally Xoutlue seldom fluctuates, .who tue punctual in traveling by a certain train every day in the week, who reu< h their dikes, barring tie-ups, at a regu lar hsur and take up tlioir daily jirmd and held to it unlil the hour cf clcsiag. Many cf tljc3e men unconsciously set to knew and make fiends < f i>c*?i?lo whose names they never learn. Tliey lieeotne attached tu localities in n arrange sort cf way and do uut reaUre how strong Is the attachment. Ilere is the ctcry cf cue of them i::to whuss llfn tiiere has tome a change through moving that startle* a::d surprises him an.l throws a quaint light upo:\ some cf the ci...

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. — 24 December 1910

sioKfof mmm &B. WOSJD BY THOSE WHO WERE WSESSNT AND SAW II f&timonr Before the Coroner's Jury tat tke Killing at Abe Pearlstine , 6ijf J. Jones. Wft pebUah below the full and gHoslete testimony given before the C^tonesr'a jury in the Bad tragedy at Bwtac&rille, in which Mr. Abb pearfstlne was killed in a personal OtlheuKy with Mr. J. J. Jones. The fayestbj;aUos was conducted by Mag * titrate ?. S. Dukes, acting as coron . Or. W. C. Wolff, Esq.. represented Hr. Jenes, and Mossrs. Martin & Warren, represented the State at the inquest. Here is the testimony as reported by the stenographer, Mr. \ W. I?. Rodlgues: N Mr. J. M. Byrd, sworn, says: \ Questions by acting coroner Dukes. ; 'Where do you live, Marion? In laranchville. What county and state? Orange bwrg County, South Carolina, What is your occupation? Post master. Tell the jury about this kllllns this morning that you saw. We juBt Cr ant i?o outline. Well the first thing I heard was a scuffle in the office. I thou...

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. — 29 December 1910

1 Published thbbe ti - Pastear Treatment Cuiunes lo Jus!k I the Op rat od ti ? m THE STATE LABORATORY 5Ms Is Shown by the Report of Dr. P. A. Coward, Director, Who Says Since the Virus Has Been Pre pared Here There Have Been No Deaths. Dr. P. A. Coward, director of the Moratory of the State board ot health, submits the following lnter Vk. 'tig report of the cases treated | . during the past year to. the execu tive committee of the State board of | health: '$ herewith submit my report of J the work done In your lauoratory] during the 12 month j, period from December 1, 1909, to December 1, 1910, inclusive. "Total of examinations, 2,758; Wl <lal tests, positive 578. ne?ative 677, partial 126, total 1,381; T. B. posl ? tive 160, negative 359, total 519; mal.aria.posltive 23, negative 125. to- j <tal 148;-. gunococcus. positive, 16, negative 11, total 27; hookworm, positive 121. negative 315; total 426; teriia nana, positive II, negative 1, tofcit 4; ameba, positive 15, negative 2...

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. — 29 December 1910

Established in IsciJJ. Pul dished Three Time? Each Week. O? Tuesday* Thrrsday and Saturday. ?f Entered as second-class matter eu January 0, 1900, at the post otlice St'Orsngeburg, S. C, under the Set af Ooneress of March, 1879. fjaso.. Lu Sims, Editor and Proprietor. Jas. S/iar S?us, - - Publisher. Subscription Rates. One Tear. . . ;.*ittO Six Months. . .*"? three Months. ? ' Eemittances should be made by reg? btered letter, check, money order oi express order, payable to The Times and Democrat, Orangeburg, S. C. , ; The Christmas fires are getting In ? their deadly work this year - for a surety. . \ It has been rather an able-bodied winter thus far, even as the sign men predicted. But, says the Char-J lotte Observer, since these prophets make the same predictions every fall, j they are bound to be vindicated oc- i caslonaily. As an outcome of the agricultural conference the Federation Associa-. tloa of Agricultural clubs has been orgalnzed, and every agricultural as-j ! sociation i...

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. — 29 December 1910

Where Money Buys Ufo. The rich Chinaman if condemned to ' <eath easily procures a : substitute. Ikone.poor wretch, without money to secure his spirits from becoming wan dering devils, with the price of bis mis erable life can purchase .proper care for his spirit Anything, in fact can ?be done if you have the monev- It is tbiabelief ( bat causes the Chinainan to ?commit suicide by taking his life on tbe premises of his enemy to take venge ance on him. His spirit he believes, "Will forever haunt him. There is an other reason also. He knows that as sure us fa.te tbe official* will under ' such circumstances come down upon bis enemy and strip him of everything. Poor Chinese have been known to ?eil everything they possessed, tear down j their houses to sell the timber, sell or rent out t?elr wives and children and -even sell themselves to procure money for the proper rites for tbe peace ami comfort of tile ancestral spirits. Oa<9 thing alone a Chinese .will not do? mamely, sacrific...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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