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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 29 December 1910

Carolina social JEBW TRAIN BETWEEN CHARLES ; TON AND CINCINNATI. Via the Southern and Queen and Orescent Railways, Beginning On Monday, January 2. On Monday, January 2, 1911, the Southern Railway will put on a high class electrically lighted train be . tween Charleston and Cincinnati to fee known as the. "Carolina Special," consisting cf combined baggage and smoking car, first class coach Pull anaiL drawing room sleeping car, Pull man, observation sleeping car and ; dining car service on the following convenient schedules: Westbound. Lv Charleston _ .9:00 a. m. Ly Summerville.'.9:35 a. m. Lr J3ranchviHe. . . . .10:35 a. m. : IiV Orangeburg . . . .11.00 a. m. , Lv -Klngville..11:50 a. m. At Columbia.12:50 p. m. . Lv Columbia.1:00 p. m. Lv Alston. '. . . . - . .1:50 p. m.? , Lv TJnicn.3:05 p. m. Lv Spartanburs.4:15 p. m. Lv Tryon. ...... .5.10 p. m. Xt S2!v?z.5:45 p. m. . Lv Hendersonville. . i . 6:30 p. ra. JLv Biltmore., . .7:15 p. ra. Ar Asheville (E. T.). . .7:30 p. m. . Lv Ashevi...

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. — 31 December 1910

Ii PO BUSHED THREE TJ fideal Biatfcs Iastwd of Peace] MANY LJVIES WIPED OUT Stood and Tragedy Msurk too Peace and Good W?1 Season in South Carolina?Beth Whites and Blacks Involved, in . the Tragedies of the Christmas Season* / The birthday of the Prince of Peace baa been a day of blood in South Carolina and many killings, both accidental and intentional, are reported in various pares of the State. All the details are not in, but it is known that as many as a dozen ?people have los: their lives and many ?others have been Injured as a result so? the festivities Incident to this ^season, which should bring peace in to the world and good will to men. Here is a partial list of the trage dies:' f Nolly Hancock, a 14-year-old boy. whose home Is In the Highland Park village at Boele Hill, was shot and billed by a companion off about the same age, named Adkins. The boys quarreled over a small rifle and Ad kins used it with deadly effect. iNear Hampton, Harry Mason," aged 17, was accidentally...

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 December 1910

Established in 1809. {Published Three Times Each Week. Qd Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Entered as second-class matter on January 9, 1909, at the post office ?3 Orangeburg, S. 0., under the Art ?f Congress of March, 1879. -j-;-_ 9aa> L> Sims, Editor and Proprietor. 3a*. Izlar Sims, - - Publisher. Subscription Bates. O-ae tear. . . 81.50 ?x Months.. .75 Three Months. .40 JBemittences should be made by reg Cntered letter, check, money order or express order, payable to The Times end Democrat, Orangebarg, S. C. Happy New Year, to all, friend -and foe. Lifo is too short to be nursing -grievances again any one. The Times and Democrat hopes 3L911 will be as kind to it as 2910 was. > The Times and Democrat wishes a Happy New Year to its many sub scribers and advertisers. The close of 1910 leaves The Times and Democrat with the largest number, of subscribers it has ever liad. The man who holds fast to the right, however adverse the circum stances, enjoys the consciousness of a co...

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 December 1910

|1 f 7 JANUARY 5TH, 1911 PECIAL BARGAIN PRICES FURTHER REDUCED! Our Regular Prices are Low-none Undersell us. Judge then as you read every Item quoted here what a Monej Saving Opportunity we are representing I THERE HAVE BEEN SALES AND SALES BUT NOTHING LIKE THIS ONE. THIS SALE IS STRAIGHT ! I 9 o 6 FROM THE SHOULDER-HONEST, BONA FIDE, RELIABLE, A Sfi?NEY MAKER FOR YOU " ; ,0a. . ftfj . > bum JANUARY 5TK, 1911. DON'T MISS THIS -5/ o/a TO BE SACRIFICED!! ....... 8 i - X' w ? w. Clothing! Clothing!! Not the Cheap Kind, but the Best. Children's Suits $1.69 to $ 3.99 Boy's Suits 1.59 to 6.29 Youth's Suits 3.78 to 14.69 Men's Suits 3.98 to 18.29 _ 01d xMen's Suits 6.25 to 19,19 1 Small Boy's Pants .19 to 1.29 Boy's Pants .39 to 2.38 Men's Pants .59 to 6.29 Ladies' and Children's Cloaks 98c to $9.89 A few Ladies' Coat Suits $6.29, 8.79 to 9.58 Ladies' Petti Coats in Brown, Blue and Black, 49c to $5.27 Several dozen white washed Waist for Ladies, 50c qual ity going during sale at 29c Go...

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 December 1910

famous tram| m "A NO. 1* HAS HOBOED JUST 462,510 MILES. 'Came la Yesterday on the Hampers aud Will Go Out on Them.?Au thor of Book for Young Men. ' Have you ever seen a Queer caba listic alga painted * on fences and .bams- along the railroad rights of j war-or carved artistically into shan-. ties, water tanks, etc, "A No. 1." with the date and an arrow beneath . :it you bave never seen It, watch ior it and you will be surprised to notice for how many years some of these marks have been j decorating those above mentioned places. It is a queer sign, yet It means that "A TNb. 1," the world's most famous '? tramp, has passed through and has left behind him this mark showing the. date and direction that he was journeying. This man, whose only knof-ii name is this sobriquet, "A No. J." visited Orangebnrg yesterday and made a personal-call on The Times and Democrat and gave U3 i \ some very interesting experiences of * his. roving life. .. jfe'.is well'known to all the local ? railroad men...

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. — 3 January 1911

PUBLISHED THXBE T: Siasts Bsp rf Terror eiaacej if nMS W THE lREW B 1 H 3B? Big .Beast"Was Beding From Eis Lair to be XL\ <?T an Aerican Menagerie, I&caped and Finally J ? - ?2x0 Seal ? ? ? v ? The perils of bringing a $ttm his' lair, in Idia to New j mane's, part oif a menager 36rth '"by the thrilling" expei 33te crew 'of .a German freigi1 .-*sft the' Berkenftils, c?mm ;V'^:;<fcataln JFiodfich, "which" read ? <^-ff^-^oa^attt^'few':: it irea^whtle tbb"vessei SfcS' fo?' Bermuda chat the tro< 'Fierce winds,' almost ?<a?9ugh to <.be; dignified as 'aj One, Ticked ""the 'steamer1, M sWeC "This rolling: frigh' . %oto sil<S female,of the big Mf. antf': the' '1 foi-iaer 1 ethibl. JBtger 'oy throwing his body wesden' bora -which held G&ttwitj'S v The' thterlu4es '? -a0?a? was derated to roar! \TjonId make the ?touteat hei bei >ught Port en He Into ? ?l 1 Tie lion did not like to ?roond in his cell landing 4na4 this minute and on his v Sffltt and rw1th a . roge...

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. — 3 January 1911

? ?d ?f S!s Cage, fearing ftp-'"'-' Stats Jap Tcrrer. mmss OF TBE efiaEce, n '2?oo . Big Beast Was Being From His Lair to bo an Aeriean Menage-do, Scaped ?a<3 Finally Ju tThe perils of bringing ft n^ lairi la Idia to New H<? made a part of a menage] : . :^rtb by the thrilling expe^nce of ? ike erey of:.a German freigl the' .Berkenfals, commt ^feAtein^edfleh, which reac <?tf ?ft^^ilontta^view^ ft wsa^whtle th^'Vesser wd Fart He Into fge lion jork, to s. Is set ^ti^ for'Bermuda that the tro :jpaL *Ffercey winds,* almost ?eo?ugfe to <be dignified "as ease, rocked the'steamer .", i M. side;g; This r^lHng: frfghteij ?tflSe land female, of the big '3|f and'" tho former :\ exhibit 4S?ee'OF throwing' his body #? woollen bora which' aeid ?jgrtMty.; TheInterludes ^tott traa devoted to roaj v':: -j**Bs*ld make the stoutest bei T?e lion did not like to be ?aoand . in his cell landing 4k?tttd this minute and on -mj-rt and with a regsla all the bravado out Bound to get out and see "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. — 3 January 1911

Established in 1869.1 ?lipaolishefl Three Times Each -Week. Enter sd as *yoond-clasfl. matter an (Btawiary; 9, 19*.'.,, ?t the post offic^ '?aft Cramseburg^ S. C under the^.* ?3 Congress of Mareii, 1879. y '-'?'" I ? ?<iL? gas. Ii. Sims, ^ditor ?n? -proprietor, loa. Idar Sidjs, ,-'? Publisher. r-7m 11 I mmm Subscription Kates. /Ot? Year. Jy, .... . . .. , She Mouths. . . . . j . ? ' ?75 ^Ssree Months'. . . . t._. i .43 ?exaitfc?nces should be made by reg tsfiered letter.i'check, ihoney order or ? ?xpress. order, payablle to The Times and Democrat, Orangeburg. 8- 0. . Btsri:. the New Year. right by. pay ing for your times and Democrat if yon have not already'done so. 1... ?... 1 : . The past year has been a hard one 5or tho cotton mills. .While cotton was ai&h, cotton products ;was cheap. ?We hope them better luck,: . ? The Times and Democrat* enjoyed ? prosperous year during - 191Q, for whteh it" Is thankf ul ?0. all * Its ad vertisers and'.subscribers/'', The Spartanburg Jou...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 3 January 1911

AT OUR STORE ? THE'GREAT and GRfli Mf$ JEST1C YME RANGE WITH REPUTATION ma&& /9fSP S.TVUES. Reasons Wily The Great Majestic You Should Buy. 1 st. It has the reputation of being the best range money can buy. 2nd. It not only has the reputation but Is the best range made, and we will prove tins to yon if yea wiB let us. 3rd.. It is constructed of malleable iron, material you can't beat, and of Charcoal iron, material that resists rust 300 per cent greater than steel, is riveted together air tight. No heat escapes or -cold air enters the range, thus uses -very little fuel to do perfect work. 4th? The leservoir alone is -worth the price of range over any ?other reservoir made. It boils 15 galloas of water; is heated like a tea ket tle, with pocket against left hand lining, and is movable and sets on a frame, hence cannot wear osi. W*bcn water gets too hot it can be mov ed away from fiire. x Majestic ranges Use less fuel; heat more water?and heat it hotter; costs practically noth...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 3 January 1911

fil^'-BSE^ THE I^tWc^^TL? JODf DP. It Is'Opening ^p^Jfew; Furrows and Sowing Nevr ; Brests of Prosperi ty for YoiL.v,/*, ^ \ The meat packers-say, the biggest corn/erop in the. ixlstbry. of the world - is haying-, its inevitable rBsult?low > er.prices are in sigid^ Oone mahwho \ mutton prices now^havereached;, a ?; pbLut- ??,|?/ei^^centR. a pound '.-bel?j? the^-retail ;cost a year ago. )-The. heads-' of che> packing industry - In; Chicago agrea with Chas. Armour, f manager ol the^ Armour Packinfr''in* * terests M Kansas City? that stfll low ><re prices am Jh\ sight Onejnan who . utands at .the forefront of the Chic ago 'packing, mdastry said}. . 'The . bpunfifulhess of; the. small- grains in .sure^ 'lower prices for all live stock . products. It;means 'lower prfce&for everything... handled on ? the Chicago . boarji-of.trade, including provisions." \ Why, sure; caittt KU see it? ? The ne?; ^rop., otY hogs, must he priced I dowja'l and also the' newicrbpof corn. , UpVt...

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. — 5 January 1911

PUBLISHED THBViWi 1 SANK HER FOE ilflwAc Haoley, a Csddmlt?iskm-' WAS HRST OF ITS KIND | 'Operated by the Comfedentee in andj . Abon* Charleston Hsirbor, and Finally Went Out to Sea and Sank the United States Sloop of War . Eonsatonic. The submarine boat, according to -the popular idea, is a most; modem ' device, falling into the flying ma -chine, wireless telegraph age; As a matter of fact, the submarine of to-, day has yet to demonstrate its mer its ao a fighting <naft, though, theo retically it could accomplish won ders. Though boats of this kind Svere owned by the United , States, BusBia and Japan, not one went into I action during either.,.the Spanish lAmerican or the Eusso-Japanese war, whereas, eo long ago as 1864, a sub marine torpedo boat did go into ac tion, attacking and sinking a man " -of-war. This distinction, says Harpers Weekly, belongs to the Confederate ^States submarine Hunley, and crude and Imperfect as was that strange -craft, Its general, plan has been folr ...

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. — 5 January 1911

K.t'unlixtied in 180JJ. 18? ?'*???<' t'(?n-?- -TIiim*n KaWi Weck. O? >>'-<ln>, TtiiTMlay und Saturday. Tr;'^? "*.?.??''? ''?v.4?,<',???l-.elH?!*. matter..en ? $ms,..+r\ it. twm. nt the |K>st ofQre ?ftt;1, irrtim?>|Miry. S. .f., under the, ttt.' '?nerej?? ?f. March.. 1879. a i .''?B?r '?tms ' KtlitW arid Proprietor. ?*> Mar Slm*. . . ' PubltBhsr. . ~.y?' ?-?^?? HTitwHptlo? Rate?. r 0&r tear ... fl.fif) ?i Month* - . . . tPbrr?*" Mqnlhn ? ".4JI 32riMittan?*r? ?liotild be made by reg? in- r?-<! letter: check.-money order or axi>rt*s<4 >r?lrr. payable to The Times ?i'i ?f?KHT?t. Orangeburg, S. 0. The Memphis Commercial Appeal says Senator Lorlmer wishes Senator Frazier woili quit picking the nice "whitewash off his Christmas stocking. If we had-all the money that has! %. been sent out or the county for whis key during the past month we would "be-considerably better off than we are. * It is.all .nonsen.se for the Demo cratic leaders' to talk of ...

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. — 5 January 1911

Pw ?>*????! n?rtM- Tiiiios Karh Week. Ob ????mI-?> i hv ,'siiaj und Saturday. ? ?mi 1?. ?i-<oinl-claH.h matter on ..tr? ?. i?mh?. ?t the i?ost office ?rHiiaeNuru. S. C, under the %rt ? inures*, ?f. March. 1?79. Ca l.. films, Kiliti.r and Proprietor, fa- i/lar Sims. ? ? Publisher. -'i u>?rijiti<i:s I tales. 0? tear ... fl.W) fili vionth> .71 fb'-H Months . Jill I -I I? -J. 'I I.TH?WW?f?? Seoul tuuces iitwMltd be made by reg Ist- rfil letter, check? money order or cn?r?-? ?rtler. payable to The Times an Mesiuurut. Orange bur;:, S. C. *? The Memphis Commercial Appeal says Senator Lcrhner wishes Senator Prazier wo.'ij i quit picking the nice whitewash off his Christmas stocking. If we had all the money that has been sent out or the county for whis key during the past month we would "be considerably better oil than we are. Tt is all nonsense for the Demo cratic leaders io talk of redeeming campaign pledges unless they put men in office who can be trusted to xedeem those...

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. — 5 January 1911

THE R/^WQE IUBTH REPUTATION f*1/?De &IZ,$Sl 0t^Q ?LT>fU?S. Reasons Why The Great Majestic You Should Buy. 1st It bas die reputation of being the best range money can buy. 2nd. It notVniy bas the reputation but Is the best range made, and we will prove this tr you if you will let us. 3id. It is constructed of nalleeble iion, material you can't beat, and of Charcoal iron, material that resists rust 300 per cent greater than stet!, is mekd lcf.el.er air li\bt. No Hat eicaj es or co!d air enters the range, thus uses very little fuel to do perfect woik. 4th. The leservoir alrre is v oilb the pike of range over any other reservoir made. It boils 15 gallons of water; is heated like a tea ket tle, with pocket against left hand lining, ar.d is movable and sets on a frame, hence cannot wear out. When water gets too hot it can be mov ed away from fiire. Majestic ranges use less fuel heat more wster- -?nd heat il hotter; costs practically.nothing for repairs; lasts three time* as long: b...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 5 January 1911

BtFOROH? BOARD ' " ' ' ? ????? ;?|EH 1IDISTO RIVER PROJECT CE '0y HJQ ..IHtGED BEFORE 'IT. Representative Citizens From Or ? aaisuburs, Brancnv?le, Walterboro ; - and Other Points? : The Washington corraipottdent 01 ?: ?ha News and Courier writes as toi* Iowa roncernlag the visit of gentle n?a- from Orangebuirs, Branch ville. ^siterbcro a.nd other points to cue eiiy of Washington in the interest ? of what is known as the Kdlsto River > Project: ? v ... Pleading earnestly tor a "fighting etiaace," aa emphatically eiatsd in Ore remarks of Capt. M. 0. Dantsler, c? Orangebojrg, a direen representa ? tire citizens of that city,, Charleston end the countrybetween, today ap ' peared before tho beard of engineers of the war department, with Con gressmen Legare and Lever, to ask for the opening of the Edist? river ;from Charleston to Oranjeburg. ? It is doutoful lit a more earnest ?delegation of huslne'rs mien ever came to Washington oh a. similar misslpn than the South Carolinians who ap...

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 January 1911

IpOBLISHB Di THREE VT | Ca^ Frist i ia Got. AmqL ^2Sic Dwrth Sentemoe of Fink Frank* ." ^ to , priBonxhent for Life by the Tender . Hearted (Gentleman -Wbo Happens ? ?; . ?o be Governor. ; ? .... . , , :Pink Franklin will spend the re mainder of Mb days In the.State penitentiary. .. This 5s -what we are told by The StaUi in announcing that the sentence of death imposed upon the negro in the Orangehurg county ?rort in 1907' was .Thursday com annted to1 life imprisonment by Gov. AnaeL ; Tula action follows the Alling of a groat many petitions asking:execu tive clemency. These ciime from more than a ?coro of counties and vere signed by sefrerai hundred i per ?One. There were ;&. i number', ofcpef titions protesting against a pardon er commutation. - ? Franklin' was ..convicted of the ?nurder of H. E.. Valentine, a con stable, and he was -. to have been tanged on December 23. Reoently GoV, Ansel granted a respite to the .negro until January 27. ;Ttie case ?Was deddsd by Gov. Ansel i...

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 January 1911

-:_ Established la 18??. $ Jfabtlshed Three Times Eat-li-'-AVcat. .10? Tuesday. T/b.rrsd?y mail Saturday. ... y Bater?d~a3~??ond^a8? matter en ?raa?ebui&. 9. C, asder ths ?rl :: HIS" ' -,'lzlsf abmw^'o >' Pabskfese. PSI^^ I inj y&ra a ootfrj. . . ... - ? ? ??> ??e $?^?press orde^^Sfe^0 The times tod Ue uocrsit, Oratigeburg, !v C. 04i?iw>JXid5 sftWtfh&n S&?ft fcSBBJ8& j killed by a negro in the-section ol &&4fty*wnerV#Snk7 Franklfttfmur . no lyncling.. and^Gov: Jinsel Vitt be; ?Seapons!.ble6r>yol?> tJotffterJE }.:?thj>?73f. ? ^fieaffj^ ,}^t^loYlSehraior^kitts;'who j -^ras^if" Ito^nblicari, mesns*two,'Demo-! -4&rafcfc ^E&ited^' S?atee -ISen?t?T i f rom #e^Wglnfft. th'e'T&mocrat* being t^WteoV'oi thevieglstature"of ;that #f;\$Qt&3Z K?'? jaSttsij t^S^m?M8 ?'tfn? iiugtt8ta(-Herald says: ""China " i&'^piwlng1 kon^^to^reoaild^'heT, *8fty,-^?mi fsPVeSuiltlirJir. her-navy tdj 3fi?w^uWei*'?Br^ ?aaaae thing, and so dld-S^aitfl^'...

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 January 1911

vn: i ?,* ? 3 V 1 ?_>i' J ': * * ! r ? ? ?8E STORE ??? ? ??: .?? : . ifi .i-TAtjI lii'ar *?'-???;.?.. w'<i<5 ft1 . ?? ? - ??>: -. r ^jMrtoitt?-' I t, ,? ?> : ? ? j ?? ?-? ?> ' kOtnlOAa Vi ..... ? ' ?: ?:. ' <>? ? jj'j Wriig. jr^s* ulr^'S' wJraf*?*i ?'? ri iijj b"t:l~ SM* ,_?.':J^;.v\'rT .0 %-f[ c -i'MJufi? L'S > ? . tart* ami med ai&ftd- io *ht-?n giimi ?tr^oa?x^ ? ? '/ " . . r. \ 11 ?L.^.itlnaa-llae-fepuration of being-tKe-best range money can huyj m2n<jj?;;;lHiot-anly bas the reputa^liop bufls ibe/^t^aii^eiTnadle, antd we will provi this to you if ypu will let us. ^JixL itfo and of ChafcoaHron. material that resists rust Suu.per cent greater man sietl^metS tcgfeiLef asr^t^m. No-heat: eipcaj es or co'd au* enters the range, thus uses very little fuel to do perfect woik. !? v ^? ..v ; ?? s> \ \ . :-*J3 % ' ?.* ? ?' ' * - .? ? ..'??: cl 4thl^; Tlie"4j!*m oVcr sny other reservoir made. It boils 15 gallons of water; is heated like a tea ket de, with...

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 January 1911

^^/i^BT^T'CASES,TO. BB '.J -??" -?? ;?snsr&l ? sessions r*f?r" Orangeburg coahty will coais&ne be#e on Monday, j ?lt' Judge Bi.v-^.'-Mwamlnger. ^b(f ^"Ijl^eal^-nWd'ti?i ;Tbe docket iss pi of .cases; axid 'if two-thirds are, ?ried thte court' will jjo Into tbe eac ??ad'week.- ' ?> ? '"?';'"-'. iv. Tnere are ; six ' murder cases on r'^ekei for. trial ist- this term'of' the ; \.?atlsi?$s?l court- JohnJ. Janes, ab atitoraey'of Branchvttlo, wittoe tried ftsr" .killing Abe-. Pearlstine> a mer p&ant of BrancliiTllle, last December1. i'Tnls case is one of much intierest'and stfll doubtless d raw large-crowd.j Bryant Dnke will be tried-for the jelling of -a white-. man"7hfcnied:sMc Alhaney,.-. near Bttinchville^. - some .vj^thfr ago.. ? ? --j"'" '-*';"' '..There are ^'ourr-cotored persons efaargol -with. raurder-to-be^tried at to/cciurt; James -.<:5hariey,;ds,to be jjrf^l.for the miarder ofwa>negro near ^brth."v This case was-;sent rap from fjia'mi^lstrate at .North. ...

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. — 10 January 1911

Milien Kiser Hong at CYmden for lie. Mar del: of Jailer CreoL BE WAR1D All OF SIN Tbe Crime foir Which FOser Paid the Penalty Wats a.Most Brutal One? It Was a Deep l*aid Plot, in Which Ho Had Two Accom plices. Milton Klser, alias Henry Hunt ley, was hanged at C trade a Friday morning at the county jaid at about ederen o'clock for the murder of Jailer John Cook. Tho following ac count of the crlmo and the hanging we take from The. State: . j Last Spring Jailer Boone was de livering ' supper to the prisoners when he was assaulted by Al. Fields, a notorious criminal with a number of aliases, and several, other prison ers. Six of the prisoner* j escaped and all were recaptured except Fields, who is still at large.. Jailer Boone lingered some time as a result of his wounds and was final" y taken to his old country home, where he died' several months later. John Cook was appointed jailer in the place of Mr. Boc-ne during the past summer. While a carnival was la town Mrs. Cook took her chi...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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