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ESTABLISHED IN 1869.
Publisher! Three Times Each Week
On Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Entered as second class matter on
?January 9, 1999, at the post office at
Orangeburg, S. C.f under the Act of
Congress of March, 1879.
Jas. L. Sims, - Editor and Prop.
Jas. Izlar Sims, - - Publisher.
Cue year, by carrier.2.00
:. Six months.75
Remittances should be made pay
able to The Times and Democrat,
Orangeburg, S. C, by registered let
ter, check or money order.
There are plenty of fools in the
world, but it Is a consoling thought
that each of us has to look afxer
?Governor Judson Harmon, of Ohio,
is to be in Union, 13. C, on Thursday,
October 19, during the Union Coun
ny County "Fair and will deliver an
address. He will have a big crowd
r.o hear him.
Teddy has almost completely drop
ped out of the public eye. Every
once in a while he breaks in and
forces himself on the public, but he
soons drops out of sight again and
finds his level.
Brer Taft says he would rather be
right than president. We shall do all
we can to give him plenty of time
after next November to be right,
while some good Democrat holds
down the presidency.
Among the batch of pardons issued
this week were three for negroes
from Charleston county who were
sentenced last year to serve five years
for etealing an automobile and going
on a joy ride. The automobile was
badly broken up.
The second coming of Christ and
the end of the world are prestiged by
the war in which Turkey and Italy
are engaged. This is the view held
by the Seventh Day Adventists, ac
cording to Rev. Kit C. Russell, of
Takoma Park, D. C, an exponent of
Governor Blease has certainly been
very liberal in the exercise of the
pardoning record power in behalf of
negroes, and he seems to be proud
of his record in this particular, -as
he recently referred to it rather
fooastingly in a letter to the New
On November 1 the Charlotte Ob
server will pass ito new hands. Mr.
A. E. Gonzales will become its man
ager and Major J. C. Hemphill will
assume editorial management of the
paper. The big hearted, genial Maj
or is edging back into South Caro
lina to the great joy of us all.
A Hungarian shoemaker in Atlanta
has petitioned for a divorce against
his wife, alleging that she has beat
en him for the past twenty-five years.
We agree witl/the Greenville Daily
Piedmont that this is more of a case
for the Society for the Prevention of
Cruelty to Animals than the divorce
In his speech at Hastings, Neb.,
President Taft gave Mr. Bryan cred
it for suggesting the plan for a Joint
High Peace Commission. The Colum
High Peace Commission. The Colum
Mr. Taft to tell how many of the
popular policies of his administra
tion were accepted from Bryan, the
The Florence Times says "the Uni
ted States Supreme Court has given
the cotton bulls another "swat" in
the solar plexus. It ueems thfit any
thing that tends to make the cotton
market go up is a crime, and any
combination that is working ''or the
reduction of the price is a legitimate
organization for the public benefit."
Dr. W. McKenzie, President of the
Hartford, Conn., Theological Semi
nary say he understands "the em
peror of Japan will shortly issue an
edic: establishing Christianity as the
official religion of that country." We
do not take much stock in "official
religion," but we do not believe the
emperor could do a better thing for
Governor Woodrow Wilson would
not let the New Jersey State Demo
cratic Convention, which was com
7>osed largely of his friends, endorse
him for the presidency. He contend
ed that the people should endorse
whom they choose when they elected
delegates in the primary. The con
vention, however, put itself on rec
ord as endorsing "the able and bril
liant administration of Governor
Editor R. L. McKenney, of the Ma
con N< ws. has just returned from a
trip through many States, including
Ohio, and he tells The Atlanta Geor
gian that the strength of sentiment
for Wilson is surprising, even in the
State which claims both Taft and
Harmon. The Columbia Record
says Mr. McKenney is not a man
whose judgment would he warped hy
ihis preferences, and this expression
from him it notable.
The department of agriculture at
Washington seem to have it in for
the cotton farmer this year. It has
done all it can to hurt the price of
the staple, even resorting to wild
guesses of a huge crop to do so. In
its last report it again predicted a
large crop. We have no confidence
whatever in the department. The
facts brought out in the pure food
' ivestigation has destroyed all confl
uence on the part of the public in old
znan Wilson and his gang.
Taft and tho Middle West.
The Chicago Tribune has adopted
a novel method of testfng public
sentiment, using President Taft's
tour of the West as the basis of the
experiment. The Tribune has put
its best staff correspondent on the
trail of the President. Instead of
going along with hte President's
party and gaining his impressions of
public sentiment from the cheering
r.nd shouting, the seethi:ig crowds,
the brass bands and the banners,
this correspondent travels a few
days behind. He drops into the
towns that the President has visit
ed and talks to all sorts and condi
Licns of persons about the President
and his soeeches.
Thus this staff correspondent, in
stead of feeling the public pulse
while the fever is at its height, makes
his diagonis alter the patient's con
dition has returned to normal. He
gets the sane, considered after
thought of the people instead of the
somewhat hysterical effervescence
that the presence of the Nation's
Chief Executive usually brings to the
surface in any community. The re-'
suit of this correspondent's observa
tions has brought to light two condi
tions, the existence of which has
long teen suspected by wise pcl/ti
One of these conditions is a nota
ble lukewarmness toward the Presi
dent in the Middle West. The peo
ple have no particular animosity to
ward him, but they suspect that he
is not the man for the job. This
sentiment has been deepened rather
than lessened by the speeches of the
President. The Middle West believes
that Mr. Taft should not be renomi
nated and that if he is renominated
he will not be re-elected. The sec
ond noteworthy condition found by.
the Tribune's correspondent is that
the Middle West believes in Governor
Wcodrow Wilson and hopes fov his
nomination by the Democratic party.
"According to the progressives,"
writes this correspondent from
Hutchinson, Kan., "the Republicans
are in grave danger of losing Kan
sas. They say Wood row Wiison eas
ily could carry the State against
Taft." Again, this correspondent
writes, "The Democrats entertain
growing hopes of carrying Kansas.
Wslson is generally favored a:< the
candidate." Similar expressions run
all through this trained observer's
dispatches describing the effect of
Mr. Taft's visit on the public mind
after the people have had time to re
flect on what the President hat said.
It should be remembered that the
Tribune is one of the most indepen
dent newspapers politically in the
world and its greatest pride is in
giving political news that Is "abso
Why They Go to War.
We have been asked why has Italy
and Turkey gone to war. Really we
dc .not know unless it be as the Au
0..sta Chronicle says Italy has deter
mined to get another gold brick in
the form of that sand-blown, water
less, unshaded and thoroughly quar
relsome little country, Tripoli. Just
why Italy desires Tripoli as a colony
is difficult to explain. In fact it is
pot easy to figure out why anybody
should want Tripoli for any purpose,
or why even the mongrel population
of one million Moors, Arabs a;.J Ber
bers continue to live there.
Tripoli consists of four hundred,
t.housaud square miles, most of it
sand. It is bounded on the oast by
the libyan Desert and on the- south
by the Sahara Desert and every time
the wind blows from either of those
directions it brings more sand to
Tripoli. Tripoli has no rvers. A
Tripoli. Tripoli has no rivers. A
few straggaling puddles in the rainy
season. There are also some springs
that last the year round, and there
are fertile spots scattered in the sand.
Tripoli is cxtrpmely hot in the sum
mer time, and cold rains make the
interior unpleasant most of the win
Sheep and cattle raising occupy
the attention of tha" small propor
tion of the population which is un
able to gain admission to the bri
gans' union. Chasing sheep herders
over the sand hills furnishes diver
sion for the brigands and exercise for
I the sheepherders. A century ago
piracy was one of the favorite out
door sports in Tripoli, but a small
fleet of American war vessels per
manently discourage that profitable
amusement in 1S05.
Tripoli nominally is under the
control of the Turkish government,!
which means that a governor or bey.
whose ancestors were appointed by
the sultan, extorts all the money
possible from the sheep herders and
brigands and, if times are good and
he feels like it, sends a small rebate
to the sultan. None of :he Euro
pean countries have shown any signs
of becoming green-eyed ever these
Italina colonies. From a sternly
material standpoint they have not
been' successes. But Italy has the
colonizing lice, and the chance to
acquire four hundred thousand
square miles more of sand, trouble
and expense is too good to be over
looked. The Italians jus^ can't re
Must Be Americans Ouly.
One may easily understand and ap
preciate the deep devot1.on which
American citizens of for.'irn birth
may retain for their native hind. It
would be strange and even reprehen
sible if that affection were lost. The
desire to retain and teach their chil
dren the language and many of the
customs of the old lands is also nat
ural. But it is a different matter
when all this is allowed to affect the
political ideas and action of such
citizens. Now and again we read of
prominent men of this or that na
tionality urging their comrades to
combine as a political unit, not as
Americans but in their old world
nationality and speech.
Such advice and such action is al
together at variance with our Ameri
can spirit and ideals. The first and
only allegiance of American citizens,
whether native of foreign born, is to
the government of this country. Any
person, whether he be English, Ger
man, Pole, French, Irish, etc., who
becomes nominally an American cit
izen, but refuses to become so in
spirit and deed has no moral right on
these shores. And politicians born
in other countries who appeal to the
prejudices and preferences of their
compatriots and seek their perpet
uation are playing false to their
One-half Cent a Word
Found Noticea Free.
For Sale?A second .hand piano in
good order at a low figure. Apply
to John T. Wi33. 8-29-tf
Buy your trunks, traveling bags, la
dies hats, blankets, bed spreads,
umbrellas, flour and rice at Doni
inick's, Neeses, and save money.
Boys Wanted?to work for prize?
and on commission selling The Sat
urday Evening Post. Apply per
sonally at Sims Book Store.
For sale?-151 acres fine farming
lf.nd, within one mile of Cope, S.
C, cotton on it now that will make
bale to acre. Price $40.00 per
acre. Vernon Brabham, Cope, S. C.
Free?Man of mystery, tells past,
present, future. Three 2c stamps
and birth date, gets a wonderful
reading. Prof. Raymond, Peoria,
For Sale?One 30 H. P. Boiler; one
25 H. P. Engine'Continental, two
7 0 saw gins, elevator, press, shaft
ing, belts etc. Can be seen at W
L. Mack's farm, Cordova, S. C, or
W. F. Smoak, Cordova. S. C.
Money to Loan on farm land. Terms
of loan one to five years, interest 7
per cent payable annually, amount
$200.00 up, beg to impress upon
you that we have any amount of
capital. W. B. Martin, Attorney at
Law, Orangeburg, S. C. 9-28-tfJ
T. G. Knotts, at Neeses, S. C, will
sell for the next ten days Shoes,
Dry Goods, and Groceries at cost.
All goods marked down at cost. Be
sure and come while the sale lasts.
Sale commences Saturday, Oct. 7,
For Sah??One 15-horse power gas
oline engine in good condition,
has been in use o: Jy a short time.
Will sell cheap anyone can come
and inspect same at my store on
Rusell street. Orangeburg, S. C.
J. W Smoak.
Rhode Island Reds for . sale?Finest
strain, pure thoroughbred, strong,
healthy, vigorous. Free from dis
ease. Buy now. Win premiums
at State and County fairs. Mrs. J.
Wni. Stokes, Orangeburg, S. C.
Phone 313. ? 9-5-tf.
Notice?It will be to the advantage
of all who want a grain drill and
peahuller to see me before placing
tneir order, as I'm still agent for
the Farguhur Pennslyvania Grain
Drill. It is best on market, and
the peahuller a good | one. Still
offer one hundred bushels of pure
apple seed oats for sale. G. G.
Shuler, Vances, R. F. D. No. 1,
Vance. S. C. 9-26-St*
For Sale?Georgia farm, 4.7S acres, 9
aniles of Lumkin, Stewart Co. All
clay, grows cotton, corn, peaches,
etc. Five dwellings, several new
. barns, five cows, thirteen hogs,
horse, mule, farm implements, etc.,
to go with the land. Healthful,
beautiful, well-settled country.
Oood body of original forest. To
be sold entire. Twenty dollars per
acre cash. Applv to W. H. Itumff,
Orangeburg, S. C. 9-19-10*
(10.00 a Day easily made selling our
new census maps. Agent wanted
in each county. Huse Co., Atlanta,
Order Now?We are ready to fill all
your orders. Write for price list.
Charleston Fruit Co., Charleston,
Small Cost?large profits breeding
. . Duroc Jersey Hogs of finest strains.
I can supply you. Frank C. Mor
ris, Trivilians, Va.
For Salt?Five thousand bushels
Genuine Rust Proof Seed Oats.
Prices very low. Address I. M.
Pearlstine & Sons, Charleston.
Established 1701. L). A. Walker, 152
Meeting St., Charleston, S. C. Mar
ble and granite works, Iron and
Wire fencing. Send for prices.
For Sale?One hundred thousand
hand made cypress shingles, at
$5.50 f. o. b. Summerville, S. C.
Apply Box 59, Summerville, S. C.
For Sale?Trained coon and oppos
sum Hounds, Red Hone fox and
Cat Hounds, trained Pointers and
Setters. M. L. Crawford, Tiger,
For Sale?a Jersey Red Boa", weight
225 pounds. $45.00. Special price
made on licrkshires and Mulefoot
ed pigs. Norman Davis, Selbyville.
Agents?men and women, if you
want to earn $5 to $10 day, witli
an article that will sell at sight,
no talking, address Eureka Mfg.
Co., Young's Island, S. C.
Cigars direct from factory to smoker
at wholesale prices; save 40 per
cent, of your cigar bill. Send $2.50
for 50 Magnetos (regular three
for-a-quarter grade), express pre
paid. Smoke five, and if not sat
isfactory, return balance at our
expense and $2.50 will be refund
ed. Address Le Roy Cigar Co.,
Sumter, S. C. Reference, Sumter
Large Supply of South Mullets. Can I
ship daily half barrel to 10-barre.l
lots. Live stock. Let order come
at once. A. S. Simmons, 35 Mar
ket street, Charleston, S. C.
Pine Farm Lands for sale?Write C.
M. Simmons, Blakeley, Ga., for
best locations and prices on ideal
farms; large and small in Early
and joining counties; soutawest
Knight Lighting Systems are giving
universal satisfaction. Should you
desire particulars concerning them
communicate with M. L. Pommer,
Lighting Specialties, 642 King St.,
Charleston, &. C.
Teachers Wanted for rural and vil
lage schools. Can place 100 at
from $35.00 to $75.00 Men and
women. We handle school sup
plies. Southern Teachers Agency,
Columbia, S. C.
Wanted Students?Write Southern
Automobile College, Oak Ridge, N.
C. No equal South. No superior
North. Thorough equipment. Hou
est, reliable, practical courses.
Positons for graduates.
Valuable North Carolina Farms?We
have several valuable tobacco, cot
ton and grain farms in Chatham
and Wake counties for sale. Full
description sent on application. A.
C. Hughes & Co., Apex, N. C.
Wanted?Men to take thirty day's
practical course In our machine
shops and learn automobile busi
ness. Positions securec. graduates
$25 per week and up. Charlotte
Auto School, Charlotte, N. C.
Crimson clover, ISc pound; alfalfa,
best, 30c pound; hairy vetch, IRr
pound: Oregon vetch, 10c pound;
onion seeds, red, white and yellow,
$1.60; Bermuda, $2. Mark W
Johnson Seed Co., Atlanta, Ga.
To make room for winter I will sell
for 30 days at this price: White
Holland turkeys at $,5.00 a pair;
White Wyandottes, Plymouth
Rocks and Leghorns, $1 each.
Su.nnyside Poultry Farm, Windsor,
Wanted?Salesmen for high grade
line Ciders and Vinegars; exclu
sively or a side line. Liberal com
mission, with weekly settlements.
Fine opening for good man. Ref
erences required. Burr Mfg. Co.,
Complete Course in Automobile con
struction driving, repairing. Grad
uates assisted in getting employ
ment. Best equipped auto school
In South. Graduates getting $15
to $4 0 weekly. Write for partic
ulars. Automobile School, 108
110 Liberty St., Savannah, Ga.
Georgia farms?We have fams rang
ing from 100 acres to 6,000 acres
in the best county in state for
sale on easy terms. County will
(make 50,000 bales of cotton this
year; high, dry, healthy, good
schools and churches. Tell us
what you want. Address Cham
ber of Commerce, Dublin, Ga.
Ladies?Buy your sweaters direct
from the manufacturers and save
considerable money, time and trou
ble! At the same time get Genu
ine Sweater Satisfaction. Prices
to suit every pocket. Our beauti
ful booklet FREE on request. Send
for it today; it will save you many
dollars. Union Sweater Mills, 147
iSoholes St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
For Sale?We have 690 acres, of
which 6S5 acres are tillable,
which has paid over 16 per cent,
the past two years on the price
asked. Fine, healthy, section,
$35,000. Also 3500 acres, splen
didly improved, fine section, $20
per acre. We have good farms
throughout the State. Timber
lands in four States. Write for
particulars. VVInship - Mansfield
Co., Macon. Ga.
Wannamnker's Select Appier Seed
Oats, grown from only the heavi
est selected seed and threshed pure
clean and heavy for planting, one
bushel, $1; ten, 95c; fifty, 90c;
one hundred or more, S5c per bu.
Complete catalogue on cultivation,
etc., cf cotton, corn and oats free.
We have the best bred seed of the
staple crops in the South today.
Modern Seed Farm, St. Matthews,
Hot Chillie! Hot ChilUe! How to
make it in seven different ways,
and 1 will send seven typewritten
receipts for $1, or four for 75c,
three for 50c.-or one for 35 cents,
and 1 will send enough of ingred
ients for $1 rn make three gallons
of chillie. Agents wanted to sell
receipts, "id cents on the dollar.
Write today and get your own re
ceipt free. W. P.. Manning, 3709
Ave. K.. Galveston, Tex.
Two Fine Plantations near Savannah.
Ca., for sale. From owners; only
]. miles from Savannah, shell
road and two trunk lines of rail
road. No better soil in South.
Adapted to Sea Island and upland
cotton sugar cane, corn, potatoes,
ideal for winter truck. Flowing
artesian wells. Xo. one ? 2,000
acres: line buildings. No. two?
0,000 acres, fair buildings. Price
only $10.(10 per acre. Biggest bar
gain in the South. Address, Own
er, Box Xo. 512, Brunswick. Ga.
Notice of Church Meeting.
The Orangeburg Baptist Associa
tion will meet with the Salem Bap
tist Church on Wednesday, Oct. 11,
at 10:3 0, A. M. Delegates and vis
iting brethren coming o ntrain can
get off at North, and will be met by
some of the brethren.
F. L. O'Brien,
Suggests a new
Coat Suit. Have
you bought yours
yet? If not, drop
in and let us show
you what a nice
value you can get
at $10.00, $12.00 to
$25.00. Our line
carries suits for
Misses, Young La
dies or Regular
Sizes suited for
school, Dress or
j Cloaks, We show
a snappy assort
ment of black furs
black cloths, plaid
long skirts, with
large Collars at
$5.00 to $22.50. I
A beautiful line
of Misses Coats,|
man tailored goods,
$5.00 to $15.00
at $1.98 a real bar
gain, jou cannot
get them elsewhere
Mrs. Hansen, In a Letter From
Mobile, Tells How She Gained It
Mobile, Ala.?"I suffered for seven
years, with womanly trouble," writes
Mrs. Sigurd Hansen In a letter from
this city. "I felt weak and always had
a headache and was always going to
the doctor. At last I was operated on,
and felt better, but soon I had the
My husband asked me to try Cardul.
I felt better after the first bottle, and
now, I havo a good appetite and sleep
well. I feel fine, and the doctor tella
me I am looking better than he ever
If you are sick and miserable, and
suffer from any of the pains due to
womanly trouble?try Cardul.
Cardul is successful because It Is
composed of ingredients that have been
found to act curativcly on the woman
For more than fifty years, it has been
used by women of all ages, with great
I success. Try it. Your druggist sells iL
N. B.? Writr In: Ladles' Advisory Dept.. ChatU
noozn Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.. for Special
Jxttrwtians, and 64-pace book, " Home Trealineot
or Women." sent In plain wrapper, on request.
Do you know that more than
one-fourth of the automobiles sold
in the WORLD to day are Ford
Model T cars.
There must be a reason for such
immense sales. It will pay you to
investigate this matter before you
G. C. Bolen,
Agents for Orangburg County.
Xeese.s, - - South Carolina.
Cotton Seed Wanted.
If you have any cotton
seed to sell or trade, see me
before selling at Adden Bros.
Warehouse, corner Railroad
and E. Russell St.
Car load lots solicited. Be
fore buying your Fertilizer see
me and get prices.
R. N. OWEN,
Agent for Kershaw Oil Mill..
The Clothes That Set The
ARE Ready for your inspection here. Our
new Fall models for 1911 are perhaps the
most attractive that have ever been shown here.
Never before has so much effort and energy
been expended to produce new and attractive
st)les, as has been the case with this season's
showing. If you want to view the work of ?he
finest artists of the tailoring craft Visit our
clothing department where you will find a beauti
ful display of
Michaels, Stern & Go's
$15.00 to $30.00
We cordially invite you to inspect our new models
and assure you, you'll not be urged to buy,
The House of McNamara
The Store With a Reputation.
Have You An Idea
of buying a piano any time soon?
Do you expect to buy one within
the next few months? If so, we
present you NOW the best oppor
tunity you will have in a long time.
Call to see us or write us for full
We have on hand now in our
warerooms in Orangeburg the larg
est stock of strictly HIGH
GRADE PIANOS in South Car
olina. We bought in large quant
ities and we are prepared to sell at
figures and upon terms which will
astonish you. Don't pay tremen
dous profits to dealers away from
home, when you can buy better in
struments for less money right here
from a home dealei, who is near
at hard to fulfill every guarantee
WE claim to know something
about pianos. Come to see us and
let us TALK PIANO WITH
YOU before you buy. A person
al visit to our warerooms will sur
prise you with the number, beauty
and tonal qualities of our high
Orangeburg, P. C.
7 53 E. Rnssell Street.,.d .. .
ITry Us For Your Wants
We carry a complete line of Clothing,
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps,
Notions, .Groceries, Furniture and Hard
JAMISON, SOUTH CAROLINA