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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 21 January 1911

Democratic (,'aosus Wee! and Select j Chimp Clark Speaker. PRESM0y?R HOUSE Bepresentatire Underwood, of Ala bama, Selected as Chairman of j Ways and Means Ctonamttee?-In j Fact, Entire Slate, as Formerly Agreed Upon, Goes Through. The Democratic members elect of the next congress met in Was'*'no ten Thursday ught and mapy-il out certain things r >: ihe coming b^n'c i. About 21.0 Democrats were, present; Mr. Hay, of Virginia, presided, and Mr. Ash brook, of Ohio, was secre-; ^tery. ;.' ? .?' Francis Burton Harrison," of New York, called the attention of the, caucus to the fact that the- name of J Theron .Akin, Representative-elect] from New York, had been called twice in the opening roll call. Mr. Harrison announced that he had in formation that Akin had" declared.; ;? that he would not enter the caucus tonight and . that Akin had said he would vote with the Republicans. Mr. Harrison then asked that Mr. Akin's. name be stricken from, the | roll of Democrats. The Harrison mo tion t...

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. — 21 January 1911

Established in J8G9. s fehlished Three Timeii Each Week. : Toesday, Thursday und Saturday. Entered as second-class nialieir on iRnoAry S>, \i909, at the post office tt ?rangeburg, S. C, under the Art tf Congress of March. i879.' fas. L. Sims, Editor and Proprietor, fa?. Tzlar Sims, - - Publisher. 1 S ii bscription Hartes. One Tew ......... 91.50 = . Six Months. - . . . .... . .7*51 three Months. . . .... . .4:? ?enuttanu?-? should be made by reg? tetered letter, check, money order or express order, payable to The Times end Democrat, Orangeburg, s. C. Gov. Blease warns the legislature that if it wants to avoid a scrap with ? IMm it must .reduce the appropria tions: for the State institutions of learning. . It remains to be'seon what the legislature will do. A white fiend named Edward Wal ker, was convicted of pourikg gaso line on the clothing of his wife and setting It afire and burning her to death last week at Macon, Ga., Hang ing is too easy a death'for such a brute. ! !Gov. Bl...

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. — 21 January 1911

SOH?SfiT From Gaverncf Coleraan L. Blease at ?; the Press of Ihe State ?:?'" ?" ? ?: ? ?'1 V';;:..vi.:^ ? >A SMS If OPPOSED MM What the, New Governor Had; to Say About the Newspapers of Sjouth Carolina in His Inaiagural Address When Inducted in Office Last ICues day. The following is what Governor lease had to say about the press in .ibis inaugural address: \ - ??-??'-' , (A.t the campaign meeting at Flor eace in 1910 I said: "I notice in the-editorial columns of The State newspaper of this day, 'We shall in a day or two have -.somethini to say dn regard to the candidacy of Candi date Blease that will not be. regard ed as endorsement.'.; I believe that .t'ae people ot South Carolina are in. favor of fair play, and I now Toquest and invite^ the man who wrbtb that article to come on the rostrum at Co lumbia, at the State campaign meet ing at Columbia, next Saturday.. Aug ust 6th, and have his 'something ..to say. in regard to the candidacy of Candidate Blease,* to my face, where I ...

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. — 21 January 1911

EpiO RIVER FIRM OPENING OF THE STREAM TO NAVIGATION, LIK13LY. Tendings of Engineers (San Not of Course be Foretold, Ifcat the [Pro ject is Well Considered. Persistent efforts upon the part of Bepresentatives Lever, Legare t,nd ' EJlerbe, the latter a member of the house committee on rivers and har bors, have Tesulted in the, issuance . of an order for a full s.nd detailed survey of the waterways between Or . angeburg and Charleston, says a let ter from Washington to The State. Representative Lever was Tuesday notified by the war department that the chief of engineers has acted 1'av $t orably on the recommendation al xeady made, by the board of engineers Wtor ifi detailed survey on. this water way, which insures that the 'iurvey ? - "w?l'be made. While the findings of the engi neers who will make this survey can not be foretold, the fact that the pre liminary survey was sufficient to war i. rant the ordering of a full snrvey j|$'n?y' be considered as indicating the probability that t...

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 January 1911

& PUBLISHED THJIEE X GOT FA? FEE ? ?? ' Ibose Atlanta Lawyers Made a Good I hing Oat of ihe DisptBsary 9 TflEY WERE WELL PAID Receiving, i<"ifty Per Cent on Over Si^ judgments and "Conscience Mon-'. ey" Collected, AtJlanta Firm Has Tbis Year Been Paid. Nearly Fifty Thousand Dollars. The Columbia corrisspondent of the News and Courier says while the dis pensary commission has saved the . State a large sum of money, the toll for attorneys" fees has been limmense, % though, perhaps, not exorbitant for the class of work done. On over judgments or upon "conscience mon ?, ?y" !the Atlanta firm got 50 per cent ?commissions, wherever such was col lected. ~ ? ? ;.. Ab pointed out in The News and Courier a few days ago the firm got this year about $50,000, *:he exact amount being $45,134.75,' as shown by the official report to the General Y^^Assem'bly. In addition to this the firm would receive half of the Bern helm payment of a few days ago, netr ting the Atlanta firm $17,000, if paid...

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 January 1911

Established in 1860. Published Three Times .'Each Week. ?a Tuesday, Thrjsday and Saturday. : Sintered as second-class matter en ?saary 9, 1909, ?t tlto post office Orangeburg, S. 0., riikder1 tan Arl i2 Congress of March, ;1879. ftso. Ii. Sims, Editor aniti Proprietor, fas. Izlar Sims, - - Pubtisluer. ' Subscription Bates. aao Year. . ..W.50 'Six Months.. .75 three Mouths. ......... .4-0 Oexnittancee should be made by reg* teter? 3 letter, check, money order or ?rpr?is order, payable t;o The Times ?od Democrat, Orangeburg, S, 0. The senatorial fight In New York is still on. The Democrats of ttia: State seem to be bossed by Murphy, the Tammany ctdef. '< Gov. Blease should be glvoji the support of all the people. There should be no more factionalism in ( South Carolina. j The man who so easily gets im -patient with others should remem ber with what forbearance and pa-1 tdence people act towards him. If that Democratic lor? feast re-; cently held at Baltimore will extend to the poll...

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. — 24 January 1911

PRESS COMMENT, Q two Raleigh News & Observer.?The Sins of the Father scored a biij ,.uL Dixcon's masterpiece. " ' ] ";' . Raleigh Times.?Thomas Dlixia s play, The Sins of The" Fathe.v -tre mendous success. Better tha i "The Clansman." . . s'v'ftv]'' "/ ' ?? ? . ? ? - Dorothy Dlx, the famous critic *f the New York Journal, said: ''The Sins, of the Father" is more than a play?it Is a sermon; a clarion call, to maintain the purity of the w nito race that must thrill the heart of e" ery/ man who listens: to it,- arid Ml with' gratitude women who have only too often been patient and pitiful ' -sufferers under a grievous wrong." ?Norfolk Virginian-Pilot?"Thomas ' Dixon's new play, "The Sins of The Father* scored a success.'" i Norfolk Ledger-Dispatch?"Thom as Dixon's play proves a big success. 'The^SIns of The Father,' thrilled a great audience. Author is. given an ovation." , . Columbia State.?Mr. Dixon has 'a wonderful drama in The Sins of The Father. ? ping Through The South Like A...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 24 January 1911

??U}Ki)BO? ACODSNl'ALLY SHOOTS HIMSELF "WITH A PISTOL. "."'/capon Discharged While He Was Handling It, BaU Hitting Him Just ?Above the Heart. Pinckney Bethea, a colored lad ahout fifteen years old, of Dillon county, a student at Claflin Univer sity, was instantly killed about half past elevsR o'clock Sunday taorning . wbjtle. handling a forty-eight calibre pistol at the home , of T. F. Deas, on "Goif Avenue, in this city. John Deas, Bon" of T. F^ Deas, a respectable co? : ored re^Hent of. this city, was in the room wltli Bethea when the unfor tunate accident occurred. He is about fifteen ve&rs of age, and was taken in : v custo^v by. Officer R. F. Jennings and was. held until the verdict was ren dered, when he was discharged. Coroner F. N. Rickenbaker empan elled a iury and held an Inquest over the bo^v, when all the facts connect ed wit^ the accident were broug it out. The pistol that did the killing was tbe property of. Lonnie Wright; also a Claflin student from Bamberg county...

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. — 26 January 1911

PUBLISHED THREE T WANTS um Ggvsraor B lease Asks Tas? an Investi gaiioa Be Made into ?ie II MSPfJJSARY M?HERS -" . Wants tho legislature to Seek Out Every Transaction Of the Winding ?Up Commission, and Hints at Ir regular ties on the Part of Mem bers and the Attorney-General. Governor Blease sent to. the-gen oral assembly Tuesday afternoon a >-c,'.\"''ii'-'V;."? CV/ "?/''?'? ? ? ? ??CjC message >'hich startled the legisla tors with an urgent demand for a thorough ' investigation of the dis pensary winding-up commission. Numbers of specific transactions sup posed by ':he governor to have been made by the commission are men ? tioned, with the insistent recommen dation that each be carefully looked ir.to. The message in full follows: To tho General Assembly: Just ai-'ter my nomination as governor, I noticed i:o the papers (and as I have noticed no correction, I take it to. ha true) that the commission for winding-up the affairs of the Sta-;e dispensary had a meeting at which I wa...

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. — 26 January 1911

/ Established in 1860. '????.,i,iT)~-:-?? . flushed Throe Times Each Weck. D? Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. '(Entered; as second-class matter, en fftaoary 0, ?909, at the post office an Orangeborg, S. C, under the Art ?IL Congress ol. March, 1879. jfflw. L.; Sims, Editor and Proprietor. 9a*. Izlar Sims, - - Pnhirsher Subscription Bates. Cme Yeair. . . . . . . . ... $1.50 , 0|jf Momto. . ? ........ ,.'.71 Uhi-ee Mouths. ... , . . . .40 ~ BlemittnRres should be made, by rej^ ftjtwrp?* ?? letter., check, money order or 'depress oirder, payable to The Timos .and Democrat, Orangeburg, S. C. Gov. Blease evidently believes in ::t'iie doctrine, "to the victor belong the spoils." , ;The Democrats of New York are jiaving the way for the return of Re publican party to power in that State. ?j'v.T ?. * ? Gov. lEUease has commuted the sentence of two murderers from cloath to Imprisonment for life in the . penitentiary: If he keeps on at this pace, he will make a record. o . The New York World s...

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. — 26 January 1911

FOR THE TREMENDOUS VALUE IT RATE PRICE It has always been known for its reliability at all times?its wonderful durability? its mechanical simplicity. In every respect it has always stood: head and shoulders above other cars selling anywhere near the price. But this year, the'strikingly attractive designs of the Maxwell and its many added refinements and unparalleled new prices i have created a still higher standard of Maxwell value. We believe in uniformity. The Maxwell is not built for speed to the exclusion of more vital motoring require ments! Beautiful appearance has not been attained to the sacrifice of mechanical efficiency. There idea is equal re liability and superiority in every part-in a word?composite perfection. They give years of staunch durable service ?have;an abundance of power?offer all the speed any sane driver could ask for or use. Maxwell cars are famous for their unfailing reliability, durability and economy of operation. We believe in endurance runs because 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. — 26 January 1911

PROF, il l THACESTON ^UPERDTTENDENT OF TBE OR JiXGEBVBG dm SCHOOL. ?HrJbute Paid Distinguished Educa tor by Mr. W. B. Thompson in South School. News. The following deserved tribute to Sp^Prof. A. .T. Thackston, the efficient ?^npei?ntenden^ of th'e Orangeburg city schools, from the pen of M:.\ iW. B. Tliompson, of this city, ap peared In the current number of the "Southern School News published in ' Columbia:. The subject of this sketch web J>orn about the year 1870, In Laurens county, South Carolina. He is of Scotch-|riBh ancestry, his father and mother both being descendants of this sturdy and patriotic people. His Either was E. R Thackston; his : mother, before marriage, Miss Anna Brown. . _ . Good schools were not so numer ous thirty years ago. as they sire now, '/-?'toot the father o1.' young Thackston was- determined that his children should attend the best schools with in nis reach. With this object In view he removed his family in 1881 to Rtudville, Spartanburg county, an...

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. — 28 January 1911

PUBLISHED THBEE IT New York Newsf.apsrs to Support, the Ocean Sbip Salistdy Schern?. WIN OFFER WAS MADE ' ? ? - -v ?. tfhe Business Iii onager of the Jour nal of Commerce Claims that He Was Approached by Ship Builders, Who Made Improper Proposals to THm, Revelation ol several attempts to buy the editorial support of the New York. Journal of Commerce in favor of ship subsidy legislation, which that paper has consistently opposed, was 'made in Washington to the hause ship subsidy investigating committee Wednesday by Alfred W. "Dodsworth, business, manager of The .Journal of Commerce and Commer cial Bulletin. Earlier in the day Paul G. Faun ler, representative of the Uranium Steamship line, against which the so-called London conference lines, controlling what is alleged to be. 9S i per cent, of the Atlantic passenger trafic are arrayed, told how railroad authorities in this country, notably the Central Passenger association at Chicago, had refused to sell tickets routed over the indepe...

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. — 28 January 1911

Established in 1S69. Published Three ..Times Bach Week. )Q9 Tuesday, Thursday and Sntorday.. V Entered as second-class matter en 'Snauary 9. 1909, at the post office! fit Orangeburg, S. CM under , the Act j :ef Congret.? ol March, 1879. }[' ?} ffas. L. Six'is, Editor and Proprietor. 1 Jaa. Izlar Sims, - - Puoiisher. '?jpm^ Subscription Rates. ? ?Be Year. . . . . . ... . ?1.30 %ix Months. ........ - .*r> ?* Chree Months. . .(. ..... '.40 Remittances should be made by reg fstered letter, check, money order oi express oi der, payable to The Times oat! Siemocrat, OrangebarK, S. C. So far the Democratic legislators elected last fall have iacted wisely in choosing United States senators. It is encouraging. , The Spartanburg Journal hits .the' nail plumb on the head when it says no real Democrat has an'thing to fear from Mr. Bryan. It is those who are Democrats between elections and vote the Republican; ticket at the' elections who are most opposed to Mr. Bryan. . The Herald says "Spart...

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. — 28 January 1911

New . York Herald,.?Seldom: has such enthusiasm been seen in a New York theatre. The applause was deafening,-and people climbed upon their chairs to cheer,,etc, etc. Seattle Daily Times, Settle, Wash.?It was one of the finest examples 50-Musicians and Solbists--50. THE ENDORSEMENT OF THE PRESS FROM OCEAN TO OCEAN. of ensemble melody that Seattle has ever heard. Boston Globe?The secret of Creatore's success is in his leading. It represents, by a passionate nature, the emotions of the music. The aud ience watched the wonderful leader even as his men do. At the end of Prices--50c, 75c and the concert the audience refused to disperse, and, after Creatore had been called out half a dozen times he got his band together and re peated "The Star Spangled Banner." Seats Now Selling. Sheriff's Sales. State of South Carolina?County of Orangeburg. Cojirt of Common Pleas. . By virtue of a certain execution, issued by the Clerk of Court for Or angeburg. County, and to me directed I will sell in fr...

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. — 28 January 1911

RACE CONFERENCE SEGROES HOLD MOST INTEREST ING MEEIING W THIS CITl*. ?3peoch(!s Made by Prominent. White ? ? - ?? / - ? ? - and Colored Speakers Prom This ' -State. The colored race conference that - ; Jias been in session in this city dur ing the past week adjourned Thur sday night, aff:er a most enjoyable and .successful session. The conference - was largely attended and the. ex penses ' of the conference were all ^'.'?easily raised . during the session. .Richard Carroll, of Columbia, pre sided over the conference and was presented with a gold-headed walk ing stick by the conference in appre ciation' of hin services in working for ? ""the betterment of the negro race. The sessions were held ?,t Trinity ' ^Methodist church, Mount Pisgah "Baptist church and at Claflin Univer ,-sity. No fees were charged for ad mission, only collections being tak en. Addresses were delivered during ; the conference by Hon. McGowan Simpkins, a member of the legisla "tureCol. J. A. Banks, Et. W..H. Mos...

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. — 31 January 1911

PUBLISHED THREE TX3 Bfae Friata Made tf-Jhuy Pacific CnC Dieras By Tiea. FORI? ?SE SKETdED Seerat Service Men Captured and Foreign Experts Have Been Caught Working in Many Disguises, But Country Em No Law Whereby They ,Cau Be Punished. Aptounding revelations of the ex tent of the military spy system as . practiced a&ainst the United States government are made in a report presented to Congress recently by the House committee on Judiciary. More than a score of instances in which spies are known to have been engaged in collecting the military secrets of the United States are cited. Plans of insular fortifications have apparently beep spread about as freely sis. hand, bills. Officers of foreign nations, disguised as wait ers in restaurants, have been caught in the act of delving into the secrets ' of our national defenses. A package of blue prints contain ing the schemes of defenses for Cor regidor island, in the Philippines, was picked up in the streets of Cal cutta. Spies have swa...

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. — 31 January 1911

Established in 1809. JPoblished Three Times Ea,ch Week. ^Sjb Toesday, Thnwday and^. Saturday. Entered aa second-class matter cn -JFaauAiy 9, 1909, at the Jost office ?t Orangeburg;, S. 0., under the Art ^S -'Congrsee cf March, 1879. 9Ss. Ii. Sims, Editor and Proprietor! Sauu t?iar Sims, - - Publisher. Subscription Sate:;. --Due Year. ........ . ?1.50 ?a Months. ........ . .J>ffljr?e albnthfi. . . . .. . ? . . SOToiittances iihoold be made by reg fisteredl Jetter,. check, money order or ?qsrs?s order, payable to The Times ??i -.'Democrat, Orangeburg, S. C. One of the best ways of getting oat of the worrying, habit ds; to see how other people get along .with their worries. The drop in prices gets a check,, unite frequently which accounts for. the fact'+nat the decline has not yet been realized by the consumer to ?any great extent! * i ? The days of the Republican party are numbered. The only thing that can prolong its life Is for the Demo-, cratic party'to blunder. In calling on 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. — 31 January 1911

New York Herald.?Seldom has such enthusiasm been seen in ii New York theatre. The applause was. deafening, and people climbed upon their chairs to cheer, etc, etc. . Seattle Daily' Times, Settle, Wash.?It was one of the finest examples TKI: ENDORSEMENT Or HE PRESS FROM OCEAN TO 0E&N. of ensemble melody that Seattle has eyer heard. Boston Globe?The secret of Creatore's success is in his leading. It represents, by a passionate nature, the emotions of the music. The aud ience watched the wonderful leader even as his men do. At the end of i: I?Musician's and Soloists-50. Prices?50c, 75c and the concert the audience refused to disperse, arid, after Creatore had been called out half a dozen times he got his band together and re peated "The Star Spangled Banner." f Seats Now Selling. Sheriff's Sales. State of South Carolina?County of j Orangeburg. Court of Common Pleas. By virtue of a certain execution, issued by the Clerk of Court for Or angeburg County, and to me directed t will sell...

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. — 31 January 1911

PJJESIDEIfT, OP [ STATE KBGRO. COLLEGE IS OUSTED. ??Pernicions Activity in Politics" Given as Cause of Calling for Res ignation by Blease. , Gov. Blease Friday demanded the resignation of Thomas E. Miller, the .president .if the State negro beilege, which, is located at Orangebuxg. He asked Miller to resign within tvrenly tour. hours. ' ? This action was taken without a resolution on the part of the board of tmBtees which was in seusion at the time in the office of the chief ex ecutive. * 'Following the action by Gov. Blease, the board of trustees passed a resolution asking that Miller re sign immediately, and he resigned. Gov. Blease, when asked on. what groundsy he had asked the resigna tion of Miller, he said, "Pernicious 'activity in politics." Just what the activities have been and along what lines were hot stat ed. I He further stated that com plaints had been made to him by negroes in the State as to the con duct of Miller at the institution. He would make no other statement....

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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