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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 2 February 1911

PUBLISHED THEEB T! ?rave Aviator Compelled-^tojtascentl] Teii Miles frem~fiaYana " THE AIR MAN GIVEN OUf Elles at the Bate of Fifty Miles an j Hour?-Starts From / Key West, Pia., and When Near His Goal Had to Light in the Water. After a week of / nerve-racking smxiety, Aviator J. A. D.HcCurdy in a Curtiss biplane, started on his . much-heralded flight from Key "West to Havana at 7:32 o'clock Monday morning. At Key West a light hreeze was' blowing and the sea was , smooth. Similar reports came by \ wireless from Havana, and McCurdy ' whose patience had nearly been eis hausted by. a week of anxious wait , Ing, quickly decided to make the flight. Early Monday "morning orders were issued to the government boats at Key West, and they immediately took their positions ten miles apart When word came by wireless from the torpedo boat destroyer Roe that the boats were all ready for him t McCurdy got ready to make tht flight.. Every brace and wire pf th< biplane had been thoroughly tested 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. — 2 February 1911

Established in 1S89. i - ibabiisaed Three Time? Each Week. Sha. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. ? Entered as second-cloas matter om '. ffMuary 9, 1009, at the post office jit Orangeburg, S. C, under the Art U? Congress of. March, 1879, i'zs, L. Sims, Editor and Proprietor. . 7?? Izlar yiius, - - P?Wish?r. Subscription Kates. ?i*o Year"..'-? ? ?? jPK Months. .T'S ."ffb'^e Months. ... . ? ? ? ? . U^:nittanees should be made' fcy reg? retired letter, check, moaey order or UTrpress order, payable to The Thue? wad Democrat, Oraugeburg, S. C. . We predict that the new Behool law will dig a good many, political graves. Tho Times and Democrat has no political axe to grind, and,.is there fore . free to discuss any official low y/ .-or. high when ;he does .wrong. wBgtaa.vv't'v^viJ^?**?{ >? V- ? ? ';: ?? ->?'? *? .'-* Before passing the new school bill, the General Assembly had bet "?ter count the costs. It will take a great;"deal of money to carry it out. On and after July next all the ...

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. — 2 February 1911

mat 1B ?6 m gjfg . I - V was organize July 23rd, of Directors R. Wannaraaker, Edgar L. Culler, B. B. Barton, A M. Salieff Th?s. S. Haigler. M. O. Dantzler, Thos. R. McCants, John D. Shuler, L.G. Way. M. 0. Dantzler, President. R. E. Wannamaker, Vice President. M. L. Dukes, Secretary. W. E. McCraw, Superintendent This is your home Company. It is composed of home^ capital and home people, (mostly farmers) and has been financed by . home banks. Hence, if we make anything, - much or little, it will be divided here at. home. We be lieve we have sense enough to mix raw plant food to suit the different grades of-Orangeburg County land. We We believe in the stuff that we arc handing out and in' its ability to get results. ? We believe that honest raw material can be mixed and passed1 out over this county to honest men by honest meth ods; by honie people, at competitive prices. We believe in making home capital work for the ad vancement of the farming interests of this county. We believe tha...

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. — 2 February 1911

riiiillf*: SCHOOL CHILDREN MUST BE VACCINATED OR AMUNE. ^Efcie Board of Trustees Are Bound ?v to Carry Out Instructions off the Board of Health. i There seems to be a difference of opinion among the physicians of the city about the matter of vaccina tion. Some: of them seem to hold ; thfat once a person is vaccinated they need iiot be vaccinated again, Tvhile others' hold to. the opinion, ?which is tho one generally held, that vaccination, to make a person safe from contagion should be repeated in about f.ve years after the first ?vaccination The latter view is the one held i-y the State Board of Health, aiid js really' the generally accepted theory by the laws of the State as well aa the nation. ' This difference of opinion in the ranks of the local medical profession lias caused some friction in the exe cution of the instruction of the lo cal Board'of Health to-the Trustees of the City Schools to have all f:he children who. are-not amune vacci nated. Some of the certificates giv &...

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. — 4 February 1911

PUBLISHED THEEE 1 : Carge sf Djaaaite Eipfcdes Wiih^^l Results Wednesday. . jj ???- x/ MANY PEOPLE KDJLED ' ? .... Many More Are Injured by the : r' SI ..V Shock Which ;s Felt Forty-Five Miles Away-?JJew 'York Shaken From Street Livel to Top of the Highest Building. . A cargo of dynamite In transit from a freight cLt to che hold of a lighter moored at pier No. 7, Com munipaw, N. J., let go shortly after noon Tuesdiy, 150 yards south of the Jersey City terminal of the Central Railroad of New Jersey and in the widespread.ruin that followed seven then are known to have been killed, seven more are missing, hundreds were wounded and varying reports leave from 15 tc 20 more unaccount ed for. ' Thirty seems to be a conservative estimate of the . dead and property damage will hardly fall below $750, 000. The causa of the explosion Is . variously attributed to the dropping of a case of dynamite and to a boiler explosion on, a, ooat. The direct cause probably never will be known. Terminal Wre...

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. — 4 February 1911

Established tat 1809. gPabUshed T?re!? Times Each Week. -?? Tuesda:,7, Tl-.p_rstiay and Saturday. Bntered as socomdHclass matter1'en January 0, lGr.9, at the post office ?fc Orangeburg, S. 0., under the Art :' ?' ?? Congress oi JIarch, 1879. '&M. L. SiiosJ X'ditor and. Proprietor:: faa. Izlar Sinw, - - Publisher.] Subscription Rates. Ca? Tear. . J'.. ? ? fl.50 IteMonthis. . . . . . . ... .T5 ^?'Vlra.^ontlu. ........ .40 Remittances sh ould be made by reg? ?ctered letter, iJaeck, money order or vrjpress order; payable to The Times j sad Democrat Orangeburg, S. C The judges -jf the Supreme Court lad better, be thankful that they es "'? raped w?th the(r lives. -, Gov. Blease seems to think that) -every man who voted against him in the primary is a personal enemy. ;... ~?? ;?: - Tis New York Democrats have not elected" a United States Senator . yet. They fin.? it hard to get rid of corporation inauences. jfnst as soo?.\ as Japan thinks she . 3s. able to successfully cope with the "U...

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. — 4 February 1911

IttllJ IT 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 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 aopearance 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 they prove just what we want to p...

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. — 4 February 1911

WORE IS BEGUN ? " * 1 DIRT BROKEN ON "THE ROAD . . ,: '? ? ? . .- ..: ?? . .? .-? FROM HERE TO NORTH. It Will Be Extended on Prom North to Springfield In , the Near Future. " Larger Force Later. The fir3t work In actual construc tion of the Orangeburg railroad was begun Thursday when a gang of la borers wer-5 placed at work at the G: angebtwg: terminal of the line. On Monday another force of laborers will be plai^d at Bull Swamp cross \ ing and additional forces will he placed alonjj the line until the de sired force to carry on the work .';,; U had. The line is to he built from Or angeburg to North,' a distance of about 18 mliles, with the view of ex tension in the near future to Spring field. It is expected that the railroad will be .ready for operation : some time next.Aall. (Under tie charter of the Orange v \ -"burg railroad it has the right Jo construct its lines from Orangeburg . into/Charleston, Columbia and Au-. \ gnsta, which will ultimately he the loute of tho railroad. ,...

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. — 7 February 1911

PUBLISHED THREE T WHO THEY AR G:)7srnor Blease Gives Names of Those, Holding IV/o Position?. ; III JAN BEADS UST _ ? ,S?he+Letter Sent to tho Committee Names Those Whom the Governor Considers A?e Openly Violating the Letter , aa:- Well as the Spirit of the Law. J Governor Blease, In a letter to the; committee appointed to- investigate j the holding of two position of "profit or trust," namea those whom he con r/;?.aiders are "openly violating the.let ter and spirit of cur State Consti tution." 'Heading the list, given to ' ? the committee In Governor Blease's Letten is the Hon. Benjamin Ryan" Tillznan, senior Senator from South Carolina, who is also a trustee of (Dlemson. . The following is the let ter of Governor Blease which he Fri day addressed to Senator Mauldin:: "Yours of the 2nd instant re-1 ceived. "In reply will state that T am] 'Informed that the Hon. B. R. TIll-| man-is a United States senator and trustee, of Glemson and Winthrop] colleges. "That the Hon. Francis H. Westo...

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. — 7 February 1911

Established in 1SS9. ;-?/ .. ?!- * ? fibUafced Thnee Times Bach Week. ?' . 8tt Tuesday, Thronday and- Saturday-. ?? . ? . ?-? , . .?. ?. Entered as second-class matte:.- ea ' .isauuy 0, l?oo, at the ~ post- office e\t Orangeburj:. S. C, under the Act & Congress of March, 1879. ? -; ' ? - ! ?;? -,. Jan. L. Sims, Editor and Proprietor. '? Csi3. Tzlar Sims, .- - Publisher. "? . 1 igj ???'. I - ? : Suh-siiription R*teflv- - One Tear. ; i . . . . '. ;i . $1.?? die Months. ... . . . , . :7ti Three Months,. ...... - KiMuittancea ijbonld be made by re? ' tottered letter, check., money order , or express order, payable 'to The Tim?? mud Democrat, Oran?cburc;, S. C. Be wisely worldly, be not worldly witse3 ... The judges of the Supreme- Court had better Too thankful that they es caped wUh their lives. '??' In much of the bribery investiga-. fifoh going orrfin'dierent States there seems to be inore of a desire to make party capital than purify politics. ?~'tt young htenlmewas much as old ?...

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. — 7 February 1911

m ssm mi m Wm mm mm m it? This Company was organized July 23rd, 1910 with the following Board of Directors: Officers: R. E. Waiinamaker, Edgar L. Cruller, B. B. Barton, . .. A. M. Salley, ?. . Thos. S..Haigler. I M. O. Danlzler, Thos. R. McCants, John D. Shuler, UCWay. M. O. Danlzler, President R. E. Wannamaker, Vice President M. L. Dukes, Secretary. W. E. McCraw, iSuperintendent This is your home Company. It is composed of home capital and home people,, (mostly fanners), and has been financed by home banks. - Hence, if we make anything, much or little, it will be divided here at home. We be lieve we have sense enough to mix raw plant food to suit the. different grades of Orangeburg County-land. We We believe in the stuff that we are handing ouf: and In its ability to get results. We believe that honest raw material can be mixed and passed out over this county to, honest men by honest meth ods, by home people, at competitive prices. We believe in making home capital work for the ad ...

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. — 7 February 1911

RACE WttlL BE OPEN TACANOY TO BJB FILLED BY A ||":: GENERAL ELECTION. J y&t> County Democratic Executive Committee Decides Against Pri mary to Elect Copes' Successor. A meeting of the. County Demo cratic Executive i^omraittee was held at the court house on Saturday to . -make arrangements for the election of a successor to Judge Copes as Judge of Probate and Special Ret eree. ' In the absence of County Chalrmian Lide, the meeting was pre i aided over by Vice-Chairman W. L. Glaze. The coir.mlttee decided that it would not ojder a primary, btit 2et the issue be decided by a general election, free to all candidates. The meeting, which, was not very largely attended, was called to orr ?j der about twelve o'clock, and soon attended to the business in hand and .sojourned. It was stated by Capt. J." A. Berry, secretary and treasurer of the committee', that there were not ? onottjjh funds iri the treasury to de fray the expenses of a primary elec Ipj'ltlon. This made the holding of a...

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. — 9 February 1911

PUBLISHED THREE T. ?OES FOB TEDDY Hark Twains Left Over MiMscript Deals Roosevelt a 81 iw. -? GLAD TO GET HIM OUT i Speaks of Teddy as an Incubus, Com ? ' - pares Him to a Golden Calf, and Mentions Him in Other Terms and i-Vv:; Calls Taft's Administration a Breathing Spell. Books that were owned and manu scripts that were written by Samuel M. Clements (Mark Twain) collected in New York for disposal at auction at an" early date. One of the early_ manuscripts is a page of notes for an outline of a portion of the story of "Tom Saw yer." Among the other manuscripts Is one described as "An article on the inauguration of President Taft and the deliverance of the country from Mr. Roosevelt," dated March 6, 1909. A portion of it follows: "Astronomers assure us that the attraction of gravitation on the sui> face of the sun is 28 times as power ful as-is the force at the earth's sur . face, and that the object which "weighs 417 pounds elsewhere would weigh 6,000 pounds there. For sev ..?en...

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. — 9 February 1911

Established in 18C9. .- ?_' ? - ? ' v JrvbUshed Thiw Tinges Each Week. B>8 Tnesday, Thursday and Saturday. i / Stntarod as second-class matter oa ffsaoary ft, 190f>. at the post ofQct: sst Orangelturg, S, C, under the Ad d Congress of March, 1879. Fas!. L. Siros, Editor and Proprietor. Tos. Izlar Sims, - - Publisher. Subscription Kates. Ose Tear. . . . ... * .? Six Months..75 Three Months. . ? Remittances should be made by reg tetered letter, check, money order or express order, payable, to The Tiime* rmtl Democrat, Orangeburg, S. C. ? Governor Blesse uses 'the pardon ing power pretty freely. It is not much use to go to the expense oi trying and convicting men in the courts if they are to be turned loose by the Governor. Parents should always bear in mind that the daughter's health is /far more Important than anything else, education without health avails but little. The physical training is far reaching in its influence; every thing depends upon it; whatever else may be a gir...

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. — 9 February 1911

ebniary 15th, at 9 O'clock and Continue to March L Tile Ladies are looking in our direction and well they might for we are always alive to their special interest. Our sale means some thing to them, they know from our past and these annual events are of great' importance. The keynote of this S?le is "Mutual Benefit" we could g^t better prices on this linp of goods, but we are satisfied, it does us good to please so many, to hear the kind words, to see the many satisfied faces, and have the great pleasure of your pleased presence. Our lines of Lawns, Laces, and Emboridies have been selected very carefully and prices have been put down as low as we can possibly sell them?you will find our store brim full of the Sea sons newest and best, all 1911 Spring styles. We cannot and will not attempt to enumerate all of the many Bargains, but will have on display every item of this marked in plain figures you will find no trouble to find just what you want. Torchon Laces good patterns very fine ...

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 February 1911

we m im JUQX? THE SCHOOL CHILDREN SHOULD BE INSPECTED. \ ??- . iJBb-Ta Being Doney in Other Parts of , the . State, Why Wot in This . Sec tion. The Aiken Journal and Review says "at a meeting- of the Aiken <3onnty Medical. Association called ... ;oand->plaaned for ,tho purpose of-dis cussing medical and dental inspec tion of school children a committee was'appointed to.'take. steps looking to the Introduction of such inspec tion at the Aiken Institute. That committee asked to have a meeting -called of tfra hoard of trustees of the ifistttute as that meeting which was leid on Tuesday of last week the -committee explained to the board % what it. is that is proposed. The Hoard asked that a plan he submitted and some explanation of the work be ^published so that the parents may tnovr about it. ?.'\ ' ""In. the first place it should be stated.' that this proposed medical and dental inspection Is voluntary both On the part of the inspection and the inspected. The physicians and dent...

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. — 11 February 1911

PUBLISHED THBEE T SOUGHT J^V.^v ' ??- , - v. . ? x ^ . Many Witnesses Snsjsooei io Attempts to Prove Plot iE EiOiog. Course of Bullets Traced in Effort to! Establish Direction From Which They Were Fired?Many Facts Connected. With th a Sad Tragedy That Ended Floyd's Life. ? ? The Conway correspondent of The; State says as a result of. a.trip hej made to Tabor, N. C., the scene of; thej killing of Robert; M. Floyd on Saturday last by Mm. Rosa Hayes,: it was ascertained definitely that the preliminary hearing in ;his case will: beheld on Tuesday, the 14th, at j Whiteville. This date' has'"been agreed on by all parties interested: ? Magistrate W. C. Graham of Ta bor haF.been designated":; to sit-in-the case and this morning be was busy binding over witnesses. Up untlll soon Thursday 22 witnesses had been bound over by the State, and, judging by the activity of the rela tives of the slain man, still more witnesses'may be summoned. ?' All of these witnesses live in and around Tabor, and 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. — 11 February 1911

* . Established in I860. ^ Published; Thr**' Times Each Week. 3sa Taasday, Thi-jwfay and Saturday Sintered as r.ecnn 1-class matter on 5>iaunry 9, 1909, t-t the post ofHre oft Oraageburg, S. C, .under the Art til Congress oi Maj?cjhw(. 1879.. TT?.? ? ? -? - ? oT CJjw. I- Sims, Editor and Proprietor. 7tts. Izlar Sims, .v * Publisher. Sabscripdou' Bates. Cfcel'ear. . ... . .V .???1.50. ftbt Months. . + . . . . . . . ?W t?hroe Months; < ; i . . . - ? .4'? . ' -?-? Remittances should be made by reg istered letter, check, money order or express order, payable to The Times' j oatd JDemocrat, (triiigeburg, S. <C. j ?' ? ' ? ? ? S On the theory, that gray hair is caused by microbes, a.Russian scien tist claims to preserve its original color by curling cr waving- it with hot irons, which, kilL the microbes Tb e California legislature has passed a bill urging the California delegation in Congress .to use their influence in havinK.a treaty framed between the United States and Orien ta...

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. — 11 February 1911

d?nt ever mm WOIDSGN AMAN "I'm going to Mrs. Donovan's, ? mother," I called through, the open window. Mrs. Donovan was She washwomjm,* typically Irish Jlrom her blue eyes and her Irish brogue to her generous figure. She wag smi-xt, too, but her husband wasn't any ^bo;smart Po of Mike Donovan! he wasn't tiie- best ever, even if he-did lave,a big heart:/ I found Mrs. Donovan In the yard, 5 washing clothes and singing.' , ":?aith 'an if 'ta?it" -Miss May! Gran' weather, ain't it now? Sur?, ! child, 'an ye're looking folne ye are." It was the usual .gr< etihg.' To Mrs. ; Donovan the weathe r was: nearly al ways gran' and I always looked "foine.'.' Those were -;wo things I wan ? sure to feear. "?' Somehow our con ?rersation turned to men. ':' ?. "Oh! I never was:es no words on men. It don't pay, Miss. Me and l Moike's lived togetl-er mighty near, forty-three year, ax.', we ain't had, no fusses to speak of. ? I jest *don' waste words on 'jnu Faith, child, if Moike goes an* gets, drunk,...

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. — 11 February 1911

33IG BOOSTER MEETING CALLE!) FOR WEDNESDAY.. Secretary McKeand, ? >* Charleston Invited to Visit Orangeburg and *. I Speak at Commercial Meeting. The Chamber of? /Commerce met ??on Wednesday, evenirg and. consid ered several matters of great impor tance to the city am: County. The ? Chamber will hold aiiother meeting ?n Wednesday night, and iMs hoped that every member will be in bis Jflace: .President R: H.. Jennings pre ^dea4:?' arid .Secretary J. P. Matheiiy ~ Tiras in his place. \ '\-"''iK > :t The first /business jtaken. up w as M r?iuest; trom;the C olumbta Cham ber of '.Commerce'. and The SCate that ithe chamber urge the members bf -the legislature from Orangeburg to I:i?ajpp?rt' ";the - measnni: appropriating ?lO,0pO_te advertise ::he resources.c* iao; State .in conjunction with1 >the .railroads to induce f. sttlers to come -this way. It waB unaidmousiy agreed that the chamber endorse the prop-. ^-position.' ? It was resolved that a meeting of the chamber be held: on...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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