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??PA3T GENERATION. LIKE AN IM
BEC1LE OLD FATHER,"
Sayn Weaver, "rias riainherited its
Children, Bat They'll Break
To a symposium entitled ?"Socialism
in America," and published in the
New York World, General James B
Weaver of Iowa contributes the fo>
To tne Editor of the World: The
movement toward a clallsm in the
Unlaced States and elsewhere fs strict
ly defensive and abnormal. It re
sembles the movere ents of opposing
armies in the field. The socialists
prefer that the multitude shall own
and operate everything rather than
2 that a few shall absorb all. It is
economic war, and lying hidden with
in it; are dislocations fearful to con
template. The same plutocratic
faces wbioh engendered socialism in
the old world have begotten it bere
and are giving it growth, strength
Senator Hanna's prophetic visicn
was dear and accurate if his econo
mic and political theories are to con
tinue. He c mtempla'ed a continu
acos of the present plutocratic re
girre and he had at that very time
been slated by monopolistic wealth for
eight years' service as president of tb
United States. Visions of gigantic
trait combinations and sh'p subsidy
schemes controlled his great brain.
Under suoh conditions, of course,
nothing culd avert tbe socialistic i-.- j
sue in 1912. He would have forced'
exactly .that issue had be lived and j
succeeded In his ambitions. He, his I
conferes and asscciates have precipit
ated a Ufe-and death struggle between
artificial persons created by tbe state,
called corporations, and natural per
sons of flesh and blood created by the
Almighty. The former, reinforced by
an allied army of speculators, have
driven the men of flesh and blood into
the overcrowded market of day labv-r-!
era, have absorbed the sources of
wealth, including the sol!; have set'
the laboring men at war with them
iselres, while the government in all
its branches is used chiefly as a police
force to keep tbe peace while the cor-I
pomtionB get in their work. I
The allied corporations say nobody
j shall do business but themselves and
' that competition shall be eliminated.
They have forced labor to say that a
mm who does not belong to tbe union
soa-i not work, and they will say
whether or not he may join. The
past generation, like an imbecile old
latner, naa disinherited its children.
They will break the will.
Tbe nenate of the United States at
tills moment is creating socialists
faster than they can be organized and
equipped. It is a great socialiseo re
cruiting station and Is destroying pa
triotism faster than Abraham Lin
coln ever built it up. Nothing but a
sudden bait in political affairs, state
and national, and a- change In public
policy, can avert the struggle It is
an ugly condition, but the conflict, as
was once before *mq case, ia again
irrepressible if present conditions are
to continue. Fortunately there are
signs of an awakening, and it Is na
tion wide. It Is adumbrated in the
skies. Something is shaking the
conscience of tbe nation ai d It is not
socialism. It is simply tbe mighty
tread of true democracy and Christ
lanity walking hand in t and. Do not
be alarmed. Tbe alliance is woolly
holy. There Is neither excuse nor
necessity for socialism in this count r>
if the government will honestly and
conservatively align Itself once more
with the pe pie. But let me assure the
reader that the safety of both pr.rsons
sod property demands that this sbail
be done speedily and without sham.
How to check the growth of so
First?There must be less money
spent for military and naval estab
lishments and more for reclaiming
our unwatered empire, thus furnish
ing homes for destitute people, and
we should help poor settlers if need be
to get a start. Our policy in this
particular must be broad, liberal, ag
gressive and must be inaugurated at
once. The army of foreigners dally
landing upon our shores can then be
consistently required to settle upon
and cultivate this reclaimed land.
Second?We must take up the ques
tion of land reform, nationally and in
Btates. Land monopoly is monstrous,
unChristian and unclvllzsd.
Third?There i3 but one way to
control the railroads, lb is not neces
sary that the government shall own
and operate our vast railway system.
The tentative way to approach that
problem Is to pass an act author, zing
the government to construct or pur
chase three transcontinental lines?
north, south and through the center of
the continent. If suoh a law were
passed tbe present lines would be
Quick to sell at reasonable rates.
Questions of connecting with these
lines ana all subsidiary and collateral
matters would be easy of adjustment.
If a man loves a maid, If a maid loves a man, ? If they marry,
That's their business.
f That's his business. I That's her business. 1
i m ?
But When They Want Sash, Doors, Blinds, Lime, Cement Plaster,
Hay, Corn and Oats in Car Lots, Rice Flour, Wheat Bran, Field Seed.
THAT'S OUR BUSINESS.
We carry the largest and best stock and at lowest prices.
? Ayers & Williams. ?
Fourth?We must eleot United
Statas senators by popular vote.
Fi'in?Tne struggle for community
control of public utilities must con
i tinue?and it will. Restore tbe com
petitive equilibrium even if we have
to discourage corporations for private
i gain. If they will insist on destroy
ing competition and crushing tbe lu
dividual, to that extent destroy them
by recalling tbeir charters If it is a
question of which shall live?the cor
poration or tbe man?let the man
j survive. Tbe duty of the state is to
the Individual. The remedies will
be tried first before the nation takes
tbe Cimmerian leap into socialism on
, the wide scale ontemplated by your
Sixth?Finally,nominate and eleot a
conservative ticket in 1908 whose very
names will .inspire confidence in ail
classes. It will not be bard to find
such a ticket, but it will have to be
selected with a view of tackling living
and vital lssnes. No namby-pamby
administration at war with itself can
possibly grapple with the mighty
problems now pressing for solution.
J,ames B. Weaves.
Golfes. Ia.. April 20
HO RBA80N FOR IT
When Orangebarg Citizens show the
There can be no just reason why any
reader of this will continue to sulTer
the tortures of an aching back, the
p annoyance of urinary disorders, tbe
dangers of diabetes or any kidney ills
when relief is so near at hand and the
most p sitive proof given that they
can be cured. Read what an Orange
burg citizen says;
J. H. McCool, employed in the cot
ton mill says; "I never had anything
to do me as much good as Doan's Kid
ney Pillsdid Ifelta relief the lirst
day after commencirg to use them.
1 suffered from backache for a long
time, and my back would get a kink
in it so thar< I could not stand up
straight without a support. 1 have
had to lose time for several days on
account of it. My eyes hurt me and
watered so I could not read at night as
my eyes would pain me so. The secre
tions from the kidneys were dark col
ored, full of sediment md too frequent
in action especially at night. 1 used
liniments and took remedies but with
out success until 1 saw an advertise
ment about Doan's Kidney Pills and
went to J. G. Wannamaker Mfg.. Co's
and got a box. I i bought the first
do*e helped mt and when I had finish
ed taking the reme y my backache dis
appeared. You can use my name and
welcome for I cannot f " enough in fa
vor of Doan's Kidney Pills."
For sale by all dealers. Price SOcents?
Foster Milburn Co., Buffalo, New
York, sole agents for the Cn ted
Remember the name?Doan's?and
take no other.
Swept by Foreat'Flrfs.
A dispatch to the Milwaukee Sen
tinel from Escanga, M cb., by a staff
correspondent says: Four known
dead, a score or more persons missing
hundreds of families homeless, sev
eral mil Ion dollars worth of proper
ty burned, four towns wiped out and
a dozen more partly burned, five
counties partly devastated and 100
square miles of territory fireswept, i
the result in the northern Michigan
peninsula of the forest fi>e that raged
Saturday and tbe night before.
HAS STOOD THE TEST 25 YEARS
The old original Grove's Tastless Chill
Tonic Ton know what you are takl
ing. It is iron and quinine in a cast
ess form, No cure, No pay. 5 0c.
WANT TO KILL IV.
An Appeal to Unite Against t?n Dlr
Tbe address below has been sent to
The News and Oc urler for publication
It will be observed that It In signed
by a number of gentlemen wbo have
oeen conspicuous In their opposition
to the State dispensary.
To tue Democratic Voters of South
Carolina: As citizens of South Caro
lina opposed to the present State dis
pensary system, we, the und? rsigoed,
call upon our fellow oltlzens of like
opinion to unite for the purpose of or
ganlzing the opposition to the dispen
So nearly "?! one mind concerolng
the dispensary system are the p sople
of the State, that it is only by their
failure to unite for action that the
dispensary can be preserved. It U
only by default that the dispensary
can win another victory, before tht
electors or in the Legislature, and it
will be foolhardy for those who desto
its overthrow to sit supinely by and
see the pernicious system again en
throned in power in ou* Common
Every sincere, patriotio oitfzer
must regret that this issue should b<
again the paramount question in a
South Carolina campaign. But so long
will it continue to be the paramount
issue, and it should, therefore, be tbe
desire of every thoughtful citizen tc
see this festering sure removtd and a
healthier c mdicio 1 secured. To this
end we invite the co operation of all
those who believe the State dispen
sary system to he- an evil and propos
that, other d tiering policies for tbe
time being la'.a aside, the demind,
first, now, be nude that the State
dispensary system shall be des royed.
Oi trial now for thlrte. n years,
forti? d all the time by strong tup
port an-1 as truly protected bv un
oeasiLg criticism and watchfulness,
there is no need to point cut the evils
which tne State monopoly of the
whh.key traffic has bred. Corruption
aj the k uotain hea'i and in its branch
va, drunkeoues* and murder, wue and
misery have been its products. A
pernicious political machine of gigan
tic proportion^,, with a beavered looby
In Columbia, ?ud a willing rlrg in
every county, the monster has waxed
fat, insolent and defiant. Tne will
of the people has been perverted and
suppre.^Sid, and when finally demand
ing expression that demand has b?eu
thwar.ed and circumvented by appeals
to the trlval technicalities of the law.
In eignteen counties the people
have spi ken and in all these except
two thir voice has in tnunder tones
repudiated the systim. In other coun
ties they are now reaay to give cxpies
aiuu to their will awaiting the sum
mer mlmary. In this primary, where
the life or the death of the dispensary
will be and should be decided, It Is
vitally necessary shall be active and
united. It is only by action and un
ion that the dispensary has been vot
ed out of sixteen counties under the
Brlce law and by no other means than
action and union can the system be
up rooted from the State.
The people are decided. It merely
remains for them to make their de
cision effective. Thtv must choose
representatives who will repeal such
laws as they desire to have repealed,
and who will enact suoh laws as they
desire enacted. Then they must put
in office men who, in full sympathy,
will enforce jistly and vigorously
whatsver laws are upon the btatute
books. The people have shown, by
their eager acceptance of the only op
portunity accorded them, that they
believe in tbe prinolple of local self
government, and now, lest they have
this inalienable right again wrested
from them, the free citizens of South
Carolina must make tbelr sovereign
power felt. There must be eke red a
Legislature which will not renounce
this principle, whlob will not yield to
tbe dspensary machine there must
be eleoted executive and prosecuting
officials who will not permit tbe law
to be made a rrr ckery for its un lo
We tuggeBt consultation and co-op
eration in every county and through
out tbe State that these ends may be
J. S. Brioe, J. C. Otts, D. B. Ook
er, James A. Hoyt, Louis J Bristow,
W. L. Mauldln, Joa. A. MoOu'lough,
J. W. Hanael, W. H. Wallace, D W.
Biott, W. 0. Allen, Ho<vell M ?rrall,
Oha?. A. Smith, B. L Freeman, 0.
B. Eiwards, A. B. Stukey, D F.
Braoiey, Laban Mauldln, C. T. Mar
tin, R F. Smith, John A. Bruoson,
C. C. Feathpr^ton T R Waring.
Govrri.iu< lit ftlapa
It may not be known to some of
Oar Folks that tbe Government of
the United States is making a min
ute survey of the entire country, and
is issuing complete and accurate
maps of the parts surveyed?lnc ud
log every road, every farmhouse,
every cottage, creek, together with
water shed and elevation;?and that
these maps are for sale, so far as
printed, at a merely nominal price?a
few cents each. Toe person to write
to for Information is Ohas D. Wal
oott, director of the United Stete
Geological Survey, WaHhingron, D
0. - It mny be that you partlculir
neig sorhood has not yet oecn sur
veyed an1 mapped, but pnrbaos It h>;
we have tn|H mu h'-w fn At1 out.
B Iml l.i. Ill .ll..
The United States exported more
goods in 19f5 t ;an sny other nation
In the world, ace ird'rg to statistics
tabulated by tne. British boarl of
trade. Toe tot.al exp)rs <>t tbU
country amounted to $l 621,000 000.
while that of the next nm ion, G ? at
Britlan, onlv rencied 81 606 000 000.
In imports Great Britian, ranks ?rt.t,
the Uuitel Sta'.es third.
Terrible plagues, those Jtebfpg,
pestering diseases of tbe f-kln P it an
end to misery D >an'8 Ointment
CUreS. At anv rlrUcr qt.orP.
In the German colonies white ?w?.
men are scarce, tbere being onlv 254
in Eist Afrlc*?nd 239 in the G^rnnn
islands In the Pacific cc=an.
Ordinary acclde its have no terrors
Mien tbp'e's a buttle of Dr. Th 'mas'
Electric Oil in the medicine cVs'
H-als burns, cutB. bruises, sprain?.
sold on easy payments. Good pi
exchange. Second-hand Machine
parts and attachments furnished ;
attention to mail orders.
New Bicycles Sold
Also Bicycle parts and sundries
General Repair Shop for Sewing
Give me your work. Satisfactic
J. H. S
Market Street ? - 0]
D 'ad Id H?h Cab.
Oliver Mew's, of H'eerstown, Mi
* freight, engineer on theCumberl nd
Valley Railropd. wa? frunrl dead
from aprplrxv In Ms fab. The train
was running at its usual rat? of speed
when M iris's f'eatb was discovered
Eczema Broke Out Also on Hands
and Limbs?Suffering Intense
Doctors Said Too Old to Be
Cured-An Old Soldier of SO
IS A BLESSING"
"At all times and to all people I am
willing to testify to the merits of Cu
ticura. It saved me from worse than
the tortures of hades, about the year
1900, with 'tching on my scalp and
temples, an^ afterwards it commenced
to 1 -k out on my hands. Then it
brc jut on my limbs. I was advised
to use salt and water, which I did, to
no effect. I then went to a Surgeon, who
commenced treating me with a wash of
borax. This treatment did me no good,
but ralher aggravated tlie disease. I
then told him 1 would go and sec a phy
sician in Erie. The re ply was that I
could go anywhere, but a case of
eczema like mine could not be cured;
that I was too old (80). 1 went to an
eminent doctor in the city'of Eric and
treated with him for .six months, with
like results. I had read of the Cu
ticura Remedies often. I was strongly
tempted to give them a trial, so I sent
for the Cutlctira Soap, Ointment, and
Resolvent and continued taking the
Resolvent until I had taken six bottles,
stopping it to take the Pills. I was now
getting better. I took two balhsa day,
and at night I let the lather of the Soap
dry on. I used the Ointment with
great effect after washing in warm
water, to stop the itching at once. I
am now cured.
"The Cuticura treatment is a blessing
and should be used by every one who
has itching of the skin. I can't say any
more, and thank Clod that lie has given
the world such a curative. You can
use this letter as you please. A very
much befriended man, Wm. II. Cray,
3.303 Mt. Vernon St., Philadelphia, Pa,,
August 2, 190">."
Complete External nml Inti'rnit) Trratmrrt fnr every
numnr.from ffmplr* tu Scrofula, from Inlonrv in Aft,
ron?i?i!nc ?1 Cuticura !*n?p, SV., Ointment. JOe,., Hetolr.
mt. SOc. ? iti fiirm oi C!i.lot, Coileil I'jlla.SSr. per viol
e.f Oil, ma v tie hntlof all tlrupyim. A 'Ingle ret utter rurca.
flutet Urne .* Ch*m. Corp., Sol* Prop*., Roetnn, Man.
OurMailed Free," Uow to Cur? lJUigurlut' Humors.*
ices allowed for old Machines in
s from $5.00 to $15.00. Also
"or all standard makes. Prompt
on Easy Payments.
furnished for ail standard makes.
; Machines, Bicycles, Guns, Clocks
)posite New Postoffice,
t THE DRUG STORE
is the one place on earth,
where it is unsafe to look
If you are satisfied with
getting the worth of your
money, the best Medicine
it is possible to compound
from the highest grade
? drugs, and the services of
<? an experienced Pharma
cist you will send your
Doctor's Prescription to
; J. 6. Wannamaker
I M'fg. Co.
I Two Important Things
I To Consider Before
I Buying a Watch, j
1. Is the dealer reliable?
2. Has lie a tfood stock to.se- \
1. We have been estab
lished iti Orangeburg tweu
? ty-four years, and in that
t time have sold watches to
o thousands of her citizens,
r We think we have built up a
^ reputation for honest deal
$ lng. Ask Youu Neighbor.
J 2 Our line is complete.
f There is no better in the
State for quality, style or
price. You can prove this
for yourself. Call and in
spect our stock; it will give
us pleasure to show you
whether you buy or not.
J Headquarters for Watches,
? Urangeburg, S. C. |
For Administrator, Guardians,
Trustees, Receivers, Dispensers. Cash
ier Attachment, or any other position
of trust executed without delay in
the NATIONAL SURETY COM
PANY. Don't ask your friend to
sign your BOND?let us write it for
YOU. Rates reasonable.
Wolfe & Berry,
Phone IE -A ATTORNEYS
Not cheap insurance, but
insurance that insures you
against all loss by fire or
I do not represent small mutual;
with no capital, who have to aasest*
the policy holders to cover each
lo:s, but ten of the oldest a d
strongest companies doing busi
ness, worth mor> than $100,000,000
and who have paid more than $1,
000,000,000 in loBses.
Country dwellings, bans and
outbuildings, together with their
c ntenta all written, and I have
satisfied customers in every sec
tion of the county.
Improved gins insured and .also
cotton on plantations.
O ewith Western Union
?^uegraph Co.. next door to
Dr. J. G. Whnnamaker Mfg.
Co., where you will find me
from 8 a. m. to 8 p. m.
Office Telephone 21,
j W. K. SEASE.
Opening nt Books ot Subscription.
State of South Carolina Orangeburg
Pursuant to a Commission issued to
the undersigned as corporators by
Hon. J. T. Gantt, Secretary of State,
on the Seventh day of May, 1906,
notice is hereby given that Books of
Subscription to t lie capital stock of
tne Branciiville System Ginnery will
be opened at Bank of Branciiville. in
the town of Branciiville, in Orange
burg County in said State, at 10 a. ra ,
on the twenty-fifth day of May, 1906. ?
i lie proposed corporation will have a
capital stock of $6,000.00 dollars, di
vi ed into 240 shares of the par value
of $2? ou dollars", each, with its princi
pal place of business at Branciiville,
in said County of OrangeHurg, in said
State, and will be empowered to en
gage in the business of ginning and
bailing cotton and crushing cotton
seed. J. M. Tucker.
J. B. Williams,
P. C. Dukes,
5-17-2. ' Corporators.
Editor Times and Democrat.
I wish to inform the public generally
and my friends in particular, that I
am writing Life Insurance for the
Oldest Chartered Old Link Com
pany in The United States. It
will pay those desiring a policy to see
me before placing their insurance.
I Can Certainly Save Them Money,
and Will Guarantee To Do So If
They Will Give Me a Cuanck.
(At the People's Bank.)
Special School Tax Elections.
QCHQOL DISTRICTS CONTEM
Oplating holding elections with the
view of levying special school taxes to
augment the regular school taxes are
hereby notified that such elections,
when desired, should be held in time
to report the result to the Auditor on
or before Aueust 1st 1906, in order to
get the benefits for next year. Printed
petition blanks for elections furnished
by the State Superintendent of Edu
cation, can be obtained by application
to the County Superintendentof Edu
cation. Stiles R. Mellichamp,
April 3,1906. Sup't Education, O. a