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Established in 1869.
Published Three Times Euch Week,
fta Tuesday, Thrrsday and Saturday.
Entered as second-class matter en
feauary 0, 1009, at the post office
at Orangebnrg. S. 0., under the Art
af Compress of March, 1870.
fa?. L. Sims, Editor and Proprietor.
Jos. Izllar Sims, - - Publisher.
Remittances should be made by reg
tetered letter, check, money order oz
express order, payable to The Times
aad Democrat, Orangeburg, S. 0.
We will soon have Congress with
us once more.
Felder moist be investigated. Our
motto should be let no guilty man
The old adage that honest men get
their dries when rogues fall out gets
a boost every once in a while.
The Kansas legislature passed a
bill appropriating $50,000 to found
a state tuberculosis hospital. Every
State in the Union should have a
hospital! of this kind.
IMayw Gaynor, of New York, has
suggested Herman Ridder, the Ger
man publisher, as a compromise can
didate to break the senatorial dead
lock at Albany. He would make a
The letter published by Governor
Blease, said to have been written oy
T. B. Felder to Hub H. Evans, will
go a long way to confirm some of the
rumors that were afloat during the
hearings in the old State Dispensaiy
Felder used to be quite severe on
witnesses when he was cross-exam
ining! them in the cases of the ola
State Dispensary. It begins to look
now &s if he might be put through a
drlllirg process himself. Let the
dance go on.
In a speech before the Canadian
parliament, Premier Wilfrid Launer
indorsed reciprocity with America,
affirmed loyalty to Great Britain,
and urged friendship between the
farmer an3' manufacturer throughout
Several ministers ' out West, he
-cause of the small pay given them,
rhave given up public work, and gone
Into secular pursuits. This might be
:a gain all round. Anyway the pulpit
?b not the only place In which a
?man may serve God and h?s reliow
Th-j Ohio supreme court has hand
ed down a decision that Judge Blalr's
action in disfranchising the 1,100
voters in Adams county for selling
their votes was legal. Hundreds of
cases in Sclto and Adams counties
have been awaiting the decision of
the $;uprerae court. They will now
be speedily disposed of.
In the winding up of the old State
Dispensary there were some good,
fat lawyers' fees paid by the commis
sion to the Atlanta lawyers and a few
South Carolina lawyers. We have al
ways thought that these fees were
exhorbitant and that the work for
which they were paid couid have
been gotten for on half the fees paid.
Gov. Blease has appointed a new
board to wind up the affairs of the
old State Dispensary In place of the
one he removed. The old board
took its time In what it was created
to do. The new board i3 composed
of good men and we hope they will
soon wind up the old dispensary ; :i 1
get it out of politics.
We regret very much th.u our
place at the Executive Committee
meeting of the State President, Asso
ciatiAi at Columbia on Thursday
was vacant. But. la grippe Is no re
spector of persons or meetings, and
when it laid its subtle hand on us.
we knew the pleasure we had antic
ipated of meeting with the brethren
ef the committee was not to be ours.
A number of the farmers living
along the rural free delivery lines
of mail out of Baynesville, Kan.,
have pulled down their mail boxes
and refused to accept their mail from
a negro carrier recently appointed.
Think of such a thing taking place
in tho borders of a State that wants
to put old John Brown in the hal.
of fame as; one of her representative
The fae.t that, a man who has
served several years for a cr-?ie of
which he was not guilty, should teach
us some valuable lessons. In the
first place It should teach us that
men should never lose ht&rc when
their conscience is cl^p.r, and the
other is that it should lor! people
to.be very charitable in their judg
ment even when the evidence of guiii
seems so strong.
A professor of one of our large
uni/ersities recently spoke on the
marriage and divorce problem. In so
doing he asked and answered the
question. "What Is love?" Possibly
he has had experimental knowledge
of ':he subject and therefore his an
swer was doubtless satisfactory to
himself and pleasing to his audience.
Still we doubt if It surpassed or even
equalled the old definition that "love
is love." In that there Is a charm
ing simplicity and It leaves so much
for the imagination.
"O eloquent, just and mighty
death!" mused Sir Walter Raleigh in
bis history of the world, written dur
ing his long and unjust imprisonment
in the. Tower of London. "Whom
none could advise thou hast persuad
ed, what none hatl. dared thou hast
done; and whom all the world hath
flattered thou only hast cast out of
the world and despised; thou hast
drawn together all the far-strobed
greatness, all the ^ride, cruelty ano.
ambition of man, and covered all
over with the two narrow words, hie
He has just marshalled a number
of historic figures whom approach
ing death had softened or bent. "It
is therefore death alone that can
suddenly make man to know him
self," wrote the prisoner. "He tells
the proud and insolent that they are
but abjects and humbles them at the
instant, makes them cry, complain
and repent; yea, even to hate their
It was a striking scene when Sena
tor Benjamin R. Tillman stopped In
the midst of his tribute to his de
parted colleagues, Dolllver of Iowa
and City of Geo0;a, says the Chat
tanooga News. He spoke of the one
as great, of the other as good, and
then he stopped and added simply
that his thoughts came faster than
his words, and sat down, his eyes
baihed in honest tears.
Oh, fine Ben Tlllman, who was
not afraid of admitting his emotion.
Well might this stern fighter, whose
days of battle are over, be moved
when he thought of the long file
that has passed out of the senate
doors since he entered them. How
much ambition, noble and ignoble,
how much striving has he seen er.dca
with the senate funeral orations ana
Senator Tillman has been in pub
lic life since 18S'6, when he began
a campaign for industrial and agri
cultural education. He was made
governor in 1?90 and became sena
tor in 1894. There he found Mor
gan of Alabama, Teller of Colorado,
John B. Gordon of Georgia, Allison
of Iowa, Gorman, of Maryland, Vest
and Cockrell of Missouri, David B.
Hill, Hoar, Quay, Daniel, Pfeffer,
Lindsay of Kentucky, George and
Withal and John Sherman.
All of them are gone from the sen
ate and most of them from life, and
with them haK a score of lessed
lights. On the sente horizoD, too,
has risen, blazed and vanished, the
meteoric light of C rmack. There
Hanna and Foraker have played
their roles. Hc-.le and Aldrich are
soon to pass. Only Lodge, Frye,
Gallinger, Baco"\ and Cullom, maybe
one or two more, of all those that
served with Tillman in his first term,
will take their seats, God willing, in
the sixty-second congress.
Our Six Footed Foe.
Under the above caption the At
lanta Journal, says "a house fly has
six feet. Human health is his door
"Dr. Claude Smith, city bacteriol
ogist, sounds a cimely alarm o:! these
pestilent Insects, millions of which
will swarm foith with the coming
spring. When he declares that they
are responsible for much of the sick
ness and many of the deaths in At
lanta, he In r:o degree exaggerates
their menace. His statement is based
upon science and statistics.
"Every household that fails to take
precaution against the fly is exposing
Itself to disease and perhaps to
death. One of the bravest expedi
tions that Hercules ever essayed was
the slaying of the hydra, a many
headed monster fabled to have made
his lair in a stagnant lake in Greece.
At frequent Intervals this creature
would swoop down upon a city and
devour its inhabitants. So terrible
were its deprecations and such a
blessing was its death, that the le
gend has livec through all the cen
turies that followed.
Yet the ordinary house fly with Its
six feet is as much a curse and a
peril to cities of the present day as
was the storied hydra of old. Indeed,
its invasions are even more danger
ous because its seeming insignificance
disarms our fears. The house fly is
such a common carrier of typhoid
fever that it has been named 'the
typhoid fly.' .Tt breeds in uncleanll
ness and bears the poison of its
birthplace wherever it goes. And it
"Two things are necessary to pro
tect the community from this insect
in the season now drawing near: All
sanitary ordinances must be rigidly
enforced and each Individual must
take extraordinary safeguards in his
own home. There will be few or no
flies in a neighborhood that is thor
Why Don't He Sign?
Gov. Blease has not yet siined the
resolution to investigate the acts of
the dispensary commission and there
is little prospect of his doing so, al
though the resolution was passed at
the request of the Governor in ai
I special message. It is said that he is
afraid his own record might figure
in any proceedings of investigation,
and he is too wise to bo caught in
From expressions by those memb
ers of the commission who did talk
?Mr. Brice in particular?it is seen
that they do not ronsider it a dis
j honor to bo removed from office by
j "a man of the character and calibre
of our present governor," and are'
net, therefore, worrying on that ac
count. Mr. lirice Is willing to leave
his work as a member of the com
mission "to the honest citizens of
i South Carolina who have no sym
pathy with thieves and grafters, to
scy whether or not I have done my
If a chip-or.-t he-shoulder state
ment such as that cannot move the
sovernor to action, it is suggested,
it would require a catapult or batter
ing ram to move him. As a matter
of fact, Governor Blease has not hin
dered the commission In their
work?they finished it before he
was inaugurated?and his action in
removing them only shows his per
sonal displeasure in the matter. But
he has not signed the resolution to
Investigate the members and the only
reason for his not doing so, is the
one suggested above, that he does
not care to have his own record laid
Carried to the Extreme.
One of the few newspapers in this
State that stood loyally up to Blease
in his race for governor was tn*
Newberry Herald and News, wbos^
editor, Col. E. H. Aull, did no :ltt?t
to make the result of that memora
ble campaign what it Was, but he
doesn't approve of his excellency's
course in his controversy with th
supreme court in the matter of the
appointment of special judges. In a
recent editorial Col. Aull said:
"So far as the law of the case :s
concerned, we are of the opinion that
it is clearly not the prerogative ot
the executive to declare a statute un
constitutional, however strongly he
may be convinced that it is uncon
stitutional. Under our system of
government that is the prerogative
of the supreme court. Legally, there
fore, it seems to us that the governor
is in error in undertaking to re
fuse to appoint one recommended
by the supreme court, because that
Is the province of the supreme court.
jjft'But if he takes the position that
tWi statute directing the supreme
court to recommend is unconstitu
tional, and then furnishes that list
of "ellglbles," he admits that he
will appoint on their recommenda
tion provided the recommendation
contains the name of one of his eligi
bles, and, therefore, weakens and
contradicts his own position. He
can not, therefore, sustain the posi
tion in the minds of the people that
there is no need for special judges
I and that the matter has been carried
! to the extreme."
One-half Cent a Word
Found Notices Free.
For Rent?Six ro?m cottage on Cal
houn street. Apply to J. W.
Dominick of Neeses, S. C, wants
chickens and eggs. . 3-21-3*
For Rent?After April 1st one house
and lot on Amelia street. No. 100.
Apply to Mrs. If. I. Collier, 165 E.
Russel Street. # 3-4-4*
Honey to Lend?We are In position
to negotiate loans on Improved
real estate in Orangeburg City and
County. Glaae & Herbert. tf
For Sale?Two hundred bushels of
SImpkin's Improved Cotton Seed.
$1.00 per bushel f. o. b. North,
S. C, by F. A. Wolfe. 3-7-4*
For Rent or Sale after May 31, 1911,
house and lot, 110 feet fronting
on Russell Street, No. 213. Depth
729 feet. Apply to Geo. V. Zeig
Dominick of Neeses, S. C, wants the
ladies to look at his line of Spring
and Summer Hats before they buy.
For Rent?A nice five room cottage
on Pine street, with city water and
electric lights. Apply to Glaze &
Herbert or A. E. McCoy. 3-14-3
For Rent or Sale?House and lot,
65 x 200. On Palmetto street, No.
27. Rooms newly painted, water
works, barn and garden. Apply to
J. H. Jenkins, Orangeburg, S. C.
For Sale Two fine breed sows and
pigs for sale cheap: also one nice
cow with young caif. Apply to J.
C. Murphy, Middle township, Bow
man. S. C. 3-21-3v
Wanted?500 to 1,000 Cords Short
Leaf Pine Wood, delivered at
Cameron, S. C. Write Wesner &
White Manufacturing Co., Camer
on, S. C. 2-16-lm*
Wanted?Young girl of good habits
as an apprentice in millinery de
partment. Splendid opportunity
to learn the trade. Address with
reference "B. K." care Times and
Woman Agent Wanted?To sell fine
Ladies' Wear. New methods.
Permanent trade. Samples free.
Experience unnecessary. No cap
ital required. Carl-Rose Co., 3G;>
Fifth Ave., New York. 4-9-4*
Votice?Anyone having clock repair
ing to do will oblige me by giving
me their patronage. I can now
see well enough to do repairing.
Parties can find me at city hall. A.
D. Powers. tf
Wanted?You to list your city and
country property with us for qui.-k
sale. We turn it into cash and get
your price. F. R. Simpson Real
Estate Co., 2?, W. Russell street,
(upstairs'), Orangeburg, S. C.
Wanted?to sell a nice 10-room
house No. 50 E. Glover Street on
Lot 90x220. This is a desirable
piece- of property close in. .See
me quick. F. R. Simpson Real
Estate Co., Orangeburg, S. C. lm
For Sale;?Eggs for hatching.- Mam
moth Pekin Duck eggs. Price
$1.25 per setting of 11 eg?s de
livered at your house in city or
express office, $1.00 If you send
to my residence for them. J. L.
Phillips, S5 Sellars Ave. 2-11-tf
Wanted?to sell a nice 6-room
house on E. Palmetto Street on
lot 65x200. Good barn and gar
den. This property will not stay
on the market at the price we are
offering. Terms to suit purchas
er. F. R. Simpson Real Estate
Co., Orangeburg, S. C. 2-16-lm*
Quality and Price
And they mean a great deal at
Geo. V. Zeigler's
The best Bleaching and Cambric
at.1 Oc per yard
An extra good quality- Bieach and
Cambric.9c per yard
A good quality Bleaching at 8c per
A lovely line of White Goods at
.5 to 35c per yard
A new arrival of China Silk in all
colors, black and whi'e included
at.47c per yard
I The best Window Shades ever put
on the market at 10 and 20c per
Covert Cloths, just the thing for
house skirts at 12 l-2c per yarcr1!
Remember this is the only place you
can buy the best Oil Cloth in
colors and white at 20c per yard
IA nice line of Unens in white and
colors at 10 and 12 1 -2c per
136 inch Black Taffity Silk, a good
one at. 92c per yard
Yours For Quality,
Geo. V. Zeigler
Don't you need some new under
Or, tome new hose?
Or, some shirts, gloves, neck
Think a few f oments and see if
we couldn't be of service to you?
for right now we could supply you
with the finest in the above at pric
es that make eveiy purchase a R?s
sel Sage bargain to you.
Renneker & Riggs
THE FASHION SHOP.
That a Drug Store
This Is the compliment that one
of our patrons paid us. It is so true
of the real method behind our bus
iness that we are quoting it.
Primarily this business makes the
prescription department the main
object of its care. Experts check
every prescription and our large
files show that our care is not in
vain. Every new and worthy drug iB
immediately bought and placed on
our shelves so that we need never
say "we are just out of it," but
we say, "We have it now."
Then these departments are al
ways busy because of one final fact:
"Good Goods for Your Money"?first
Paints and Varnishes.
Cut Glass and Cutlery.
Cigars and Tobacco.
Stationery and Supplies.
Huylor's Candies: only agency.
J. G. Wannamaker IBTg Co
Orangeburg, S. C.
Drs. Pcrryclear & Sify
Specialists in Operative Dcntistrv,
' Crown and Bridge work and Plate
We guarancc to save all teeth and
; roots that nre useful in Crown a;?d
1 All work entrusted to us will be ex
I ccuted with the utmost care and the ,
least possible pain.
We have the Spring assortment of
amous Holeproof Hoisery" ?
i guaranteed for six months, in black |
; and colots for men, women and
(\ prs. Guaranteed Holeproof1
? prs. Guaranteed Holeproof,
; Sox.SI.3U j
! 3 prs. Guaranteed Holeproof Silk j
3 prs. Guaranteed Holeproof Silk1
Notice to Creditors.
All persons holding claims against
the estate of Prince Cuffy, deceased,
will present them properly proven,
and all persons indebted to said es
| t?te will make payment to the under
signed or to Raysor & Summers, At
torneys, Orangeburg, S. C.
Executrix of last will and testament
of Prince Cuffy, deceased.
March 20th, 1911. 4t
YOU LIKE Music. Perhaps You
Cannot Play any Instrument. Don't <
Deprive Yourself any Longer of
that Pleasure. Get an
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All Talking Machines are simply adaptations of the great Inventor's idea. IT IS THE
BEST. If there were a better one. WE would sell it.
It has the LONGEST PLAYING RECORD in the World- The Edison AMBEROL
playing 4 to 4 3-4 minutes. It Ibas the exclusive services of the World's
GREATEST MUSICIANS and VOCALISTS..
The Records include everything frrm GRAND OPERA to POPULAR SONGS and
It is the ONLY MACHINE having a PERMANENT REPRODUCING POINT. This
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^ EVERY MAN'S POCKET.
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Standard $30 00
You Ever Hear Yourself Talk, Sing or Play?
The EDISON will record what you or your friends say, sing or play and cl< arly
reproduce it. WE WILL SHOW YOU, if you call to see us.
WE CARRY THE LARGEST S~iOCK of RECORDS in SOUTH CAROLINA.
EVERY RECORD EDISON MAKES is in our Stock. CALL or Write Us.
Marchant Music Co.
53 East Russe St.Orangeburg, S. C.
"When Lovers Part"
"When lovers part" is a romance
of the South in the days just before
the war.. Nell Hart/ell, a spirited
young Southern girl (played by Miss
Gene Gaunter) is hi love with Elmer
Rand.. Her father. Col. Hartzell ob
jects to the match and frustrates an
elopement.. Afterward both father
and lover go to the war, Col. Hartzell
is killed but the lover returns and
elnims his bride.. Beautiful in con
ception and execution.
Making A Man Of Him.
How the spendthrift son of n mil
lionaire was transformed into an in
dustrious and self-reliant citizen.
HERBERT L. GAMBATI,
For Judge of Probate and Special
At the suggestion of several of my
friends, I hereby announce that I am
a candidate for Judge of Probate and
Special Referee. Should you see fit
to entrust this office to me I Leg to
assure you that I shall use my best
efforls to discharge the duties of this
important position carefully and ef
Yours very truly,
L. K. Starkie.
I hereby annour.ee myself as n
candidate for Judfe of Probate and
Special Referee for Orangoburg
County, made vacant by the election
of Judge Robert S. Copes to the Cir
Andrew C. Dibble.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for Judge of Probate and
Special Referee of Orangeburg coun
ty, and pledge my best services to
the people if elected.
Edward B. Friday.
"I love but her." san? the love-sick
swain. "If it's butter you want you
can get that at the corner grocery,"
called out her irate father.
for next fall and higher prices. Or
angeburg dirt is on the move. Buy
now and reap the profit yourself.
How many people can you count on
your fingers that have lost their mon
ey in buying Real Estate.
Think of how Orangeburg County
in increasing in population every
year. And do you think they will
ever leave this grand old county of
Orangeburg, thinking they can buy
better farms that will produce bet
ter cotton, corn, wheat or oats than
this grand old county?
How much Real Estate have you
heard of being mude in this county?
Now I have one of the best farms
for a qnick sole there is in the conn-*
ty. This farm is close up, property
on one of the best country roads in.
the State, -Ive miles south of Orango
burg on the Charleston roa;d. About
one million feet of good pine lumber
and one good saw mill :tnd cotton gin
in good repair, COS acres, 100 acres
in cultivation. Will make a bale oz
cotton to every acre if properly cul
tivated, near a good school wliich
runs nine months in the year, one
mile of a good Methodist church,
preaching every Sunday. Don't de
lay if you want it. Will sell yon
part or all of this property. Special
price if sold quick.
F. B. Simpson Real Estate Co,
No. 30 West Russell St.
not take a trip
to Florida or Cuba?
They have been brought within easy reach by the splendid 4
Through Train Service of the ATLANTIC COAST LINE *
Write for 1I ustrated booklets, rates orany other information,
which will be cheerfully furnished : : : :
T. C. White,
General Passenger Agent, Wilmington, N. C.
Sims Book Store for the Best Stationary.
All the Latest Magazines
49 E. Russell St..Orangeburg, S. .C