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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 10 January 1911

- PUBLiISHED THK? ** LIFE FOR LIFE Hilton Kiser Hoog at Cimden for the. Marder of Jailer Crook. BE WARNED ALL OF SIN The Crime for Which Kiser Paid the Penalty Was a Most Brutal One? It Was a Deep laid Plot, In Which He Had Two Accom plices. Milton Kiser, alias Henry Hunt ley, was hanged at Cxmden Friday morning at the county jaid at about eleven o'clock for tbe murder of Jailer John Cook. The following ac count of the crime and the hanging we take from The. St; te: Last Spring Jailer Boone was de livering (supper to :he 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! 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 finally taken to his^ old country home, where he died several months later. John Cook was appointed jailer in the place of Mr. Boone during the1 past summer. While a carnival was 1 in town...

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. — 10 January 1911

Established it 1800. Punished Three Tim eii Each Week, ite* ItoeiniayrThrr^ Euttied as second-class matter en Amu ?ry- 0, -1000, - at- the- post- office as Orwrgeburg, 8. C,, under the Art $1 Conipre&s of Slarcil, 1870. fat.. :y Simsr-Editor-atad Proprietor, ffa?, l?lar Sims... - - Publisher. Subscription Bates. One i'enr. . ... I . . . flJIO Six Months. ......?., . . .TS ffhree Months. .'.-. . . ... . . .*? Remittances, should l e made by reg istered letter,' chectrih?ney order or e!tnrws order, .payable to. The Times wad Democrat, Oran.seburg, S. C. ? The i best way to Kvold large sins and large blunders le not to fall Into little ones. " The man who wants to go to heav ; enralcne will-never-tfet even a sljht Of .the-pearly, gates.'' :<The .most .unforturate thing about the return of Dr. Ctok is the prob a>llity pf-a revival oi the (Cook-Peary controversy. , fTho surest 'and .(iuickefit;remedy for < the carnival: voi crime that? Is sweeping over, this-country is for -...

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. — 10 January 1911

THE RANGE WITH ft REPUTATION THE MAJESTIC Marblo-, lzed Enameled Pudding Pan.* Made specially fino for the Majestic Set. THE'' MAJESTIC Patent Never-bum Wired Dripping Pan.?Size of pan in. x 20 ia. Made specially forthe Majestic Set. TWO MAJESTIC Patent Never-Bum Wired Dripping Pans. Size of pan 9 in. x 12 in. Made specially for tbo Mnj cstio Set, Reasons Why The Great Majestic You Should Buy. lat> 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 this to you if you will 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 tteel, is riveted together air tight. No heat escapes, or cold air enters the range, thus uses very little fuel to do perfect woik. 4th. The leservoir alone is worth the price of range over any other reservoir made. It boils 15 gallons of water; is heated like a tea ket...

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. — 10 January 1911

WIM' titi&s ^SVHAT IS GOING OS IN AND ABOUT THAT LITTLE CITY. IRougb Hands in Demand?Bad Beads: That Need Work?Local HdLroad Bans on Schedule Time. Bownian, Jan. 9.?Special?Signs -of animated life are" to be seen on t?me of the farms on R.. P. D,. No. 1 3b the way of stump digging, cotton ?end corn , stalk cutting, with' some ?ploughing ihere and there. There is * demand for goon plough hands In many sections, labor of this kind be-i 3ng scarce and hard to get. This Icind of farm labor is getting to be more unreliable as each year rolls' around. What the sequel of this will be in*" the next four years, will be difficult to forecast. O. P. Evans, carrier No. 3, deliv ered a Wagner motor cycle to a .brother carrier at Harleyville on Sat urday last, riding the machine and seturned by rail via Orangeburg yes terday. This makes seven machines sold and delivered by Carrier Evans during the past few months. Mr. Felder Evans, accompanied by 3iia sister, Mrs. Wlmberly, spent yes terday w...

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. — 12 January 1911

Tic Census Shows a Good increase of Pdps'afri in Nearly AH TOWUS OF ?STATE Spartanburg Stands Third in Popu lation, Having Passed Greenville : in the Race for Numbers, and Greenville is Dissatisfied and May ' Ask a Recount of Her People. South.. : Carolina's municipalities | Javlng a population in excess of 5, - 000 made an average Increase of 22.9 per cent during the last decade. Sta tistics of the 13th census issued Mon day ehow<the number of these places Increased from eight In 1900 to 13 !n 1910. Their total Increase in pop-j ulation was only 19.5 per cent of the i State'B total Increase of 175,084 for| the decade. Anderson, among the cities, made ,'^the most rapid strides in population ? Increase. This increase amounted to* ' 75.5 per cent. Spartanburg gained 54.6 and Greenville increase 32.7 per csnt while Columbia grew 24.7 per ?cent and Charleston only 5.4 per \bent. \South Carolina's municipalities of | over 5,000 population rank as fol lows: 1910. 1900. Charleston. . . ...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 12 January 1911

Established in 18SV. ?Kbibdied Titree Time? Kacli U eck. Sa Tuesday, Thrnwlay mui! saiu?luy. Entered it.i accuml-clant? amtier cu Veauary y, inow, ?t Uie po?i oitice Gl Uraunelmi?<.;. S. ('.. umler the Of Conierew? iff March, 187?. ? fpn. Sin?, Kdit'??? ?m?J Proprietor. 3a?. Lektr Sin?. - ? l'uulwlier. miImriutioii -Kaie?., .. Owe Year. . . . .. #1.5? SJU Mouths. Kurve Moiillis. Reutituiint--. should 1>V- um?!?.' ??> reg istered letter, check, moiiey-order ui express Order, payable tu The t itn?*>* 89(1 Democrat. Urmi?eburg, a?. t:. Gov. Foss, of Massachusetts, talks right out in meetiug. He is a live wire in politics and will do good. 0* .t-?? . . ..ft the Democratic party wants to commit suicide, all "It. has to io is t? eliminate Bryan and Bryanism from its councils and platforms. t. pm l ? : There were 12^608 "suicides in the United.State? last year, as compared with 10,230.the"year before. What la the cause of all this self-destruc-1 tion? '- ''-'' ' "? - " ? u- _ T...

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. — 12 January 1911

iiiiHiiiiiii (???-half Gest a Worfi ?Found Notice? l<Veo. For Sale?One* rubber tire top buggy almost as good as new. A bar i Sain. L. K. Sturkie. Honey tu Lend?Wo are ic positioi ?to negotiate loans on lmprove> real -state in Orangeburg City an< Couj .y. Glaze & Herbert V. "Wanted?A white man with famil> to run a two or three horse con tract farm. Appjy at once Paul A. Gleaton. 12-17-10' For Sale?64 acres about two m Hes el' Jamlsou, known as the "Antlej Mill Pla*s." Cheap for cash. P. .r T. Harley, Jamison, S. C. 1-3-4* For Sale?Two fve-room dwelling? in.-the city of Orangeburg.. Foi further information apply to Stiles K. .YJelliehauip. JTotice?Anyone having clock repair ing to do will oblige me by giving ine tbeilr patronage. I can now see well enough to do repairing. Parties can find me at city hall. A. I). Powers. tf) I/ej*itl Blanks, Notes and Mortgages, &abor Contracts, Share Crop. Leases, Titles,' Bonds, Mortgages \ and all general legal blanks. W. F. Cann...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 12 January 1911

COURT PROCEEDINGS vJffi?NY OASES DISPOSED OF BY THAT BODY. . JBtahd Jury Has Finised Its Work ? jind Made Its Presentment to tho Court.?Jones Case for Today. The court of general sessions is . jgaj??ng ranid progress in the trial of /?criminals and many convictions are v ^salting. ??h;y lJohn Smith pleaded guilty to as >sault and battery, with intent to kill. M? was sentenced to pay a fine of r/gs^S^^or-aervo 30 days on'the chain 5^?angv.: / c;;-../jj:^erome Lonnett was convicted of r-"'--"assault" and battery, with intent to IdlL He was sentenced to serve 18 | ezonths on the public works of Or ? ongeburs county or a like period in tho State penitentiary. Henry Acker pleaded guilty to 3u>UBe-breaklng and larceny, but the i sentence h33 not been passed. Willie Shuler - was acquitted of .Jtouse-breaklng and larceny. Cohen, alias Mossy Shuler, was ?? \ ilound guilty of highway robbery and i - larceny. Ho was sentenced to serve j -five years m the Orangoburg county \ -chain gang o...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 14 January 1911

PUBLISHED THKBE T Seven Years Temror of Death is Dne to a Tiny Needle in Body. .. ? DOOMED, SAID DOCTORS For Many "Sears Riddard Doherty Has Waited for Supposed- Atrophy to Extend All Over Body?-Re . movai of Bit of Steel .Pressing oh Nerve Centre Saved Ulm. The New York World a ays wRh, his right, hand unwillingly.- clasped: in that of a spectre which he had been told by physicians was death; Rich ard Doherty. traversed the daily walks of life through neven years. Every day the spectre tugged at his hand, sometimes gently, sometimes ?brutally, but always, as Doherty haa been assured,% as a reminder that he must hurry ana earn the money for the grave that he would fill or, fail . ing, have a pauper's burial. But now the spectre has been put to flight. Within a few days even Its shadow will have vanished, Do herty has been promised. He said yesterday in his home, No. 14 Mc Kenney street, Brooklyn, that con-' stant nearness to death had not em bittered him; his appetite for long life ...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 14 January 1911

few ims&mi ?mmut, i ??? -: Established fin 1869. . Pah ashed Three Times Each Week. 9? Tuesday. Thrrsday and Saturday. :-;-;-.-1-; Entered as second-class matter en jfocuary ?* 1909, at the post office at Orangeburg, S. C, under the Act ?rf Congress of March, 1879. JFa*. Ii. S?ns, Edltor and Proprietor. . Ja*. Izlar Sims, - - Publisher. _ ? Subscription Bates. One Year.. . $1.50 Six Months..75 three Months. . . . . . . . . .49 Remittances should bo made by reg istered letter, check, money orde* or j express order, payable to Tbe Times and Democrat, Orangeburg, S. O. More Democratic governors hare been inaugurated in the North in the laBt few days than have been in augurated In that section for many years before. This is a hopeful sign, as it Indicates that the reign of the money power is declining. Glenn Springs water may disagree with some of the members of the leg islature who are in the habit of drinking branch water when they are at home. So the legislature had better order ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 14 January 1911

CLASSIFIED COLDMN Ose?ha!f Cent a Wonl Found Notice*) Pre*. For Sale?One rubber tire top buggy. ; almost as good as new. A bar gain. L. K. Sturkio. Money to Lend?We are in position ? ito negotiate loans; on Improved real estate in Orangeburg City and - County. Glaze & Herbert. tf . - Wanted?A white man with family - to run a two or three horse con tract farm. Apply at once. Paul A.Gleaton. 12-17-10* For Sale?64 acres about two miles of Jamison, known as the "Antley Mill Place." Cheap for cash. P. F. Harley, Jamison, S. C. 1-3-4? t I For Sale!?Two five-room dwellings ! in the city of Orangeburg. For further information apply to Stile3 R. Mellichamp. Notice?-Anyone having clock repair . teg 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 Legal Blanks, Notes and Mortgages, Labor Contracts, Share Crop, Leases, Titles, Bonds, Mortgages . and all general legal blanks. W. ?F. Cannon, at Ca...

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. — 14 January 1911

TRIAL OF JONES SOHARGED "WITH THE MURDER OP ABE PEARLSTINE. Intense Interest Manifested- in Court Proceedings as a Result of the Branchville Tragedy. John J. Jones was put on trial on. J3nursday morning for the murder of \ -.Abe Pearlstlne in Branchville in De .?ember, in the Court of General Ses sion, Judge R. Withers Memminger .presiding. Jones is a lawyer with offices at Branchville and Pearlstlne ?was a prominent merchant of the wane place. Marked interest was ! manifested in the case, the court .house being crowded all the time daring its continuance. The case was called at eleven o'clock, and it "waa gone into at once. It Is recalled that JoneB is alleged to have shot and killed Abe Pearltine in the postoffice lobby at Branchville, on December 15 of last year. Jones -at once came to Orangeburg, had * nlmself photographed, showing 'bruises and blood stains on his face, laid to have been inflicted by Pearls tine. He was released from custody on a $3,000 bond granted by Justice "...

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. — 17 January 1911

PUBLISHED THREE Three Ken Are Wounded in a Pitched Raitie Near Cashvilie, S. ?. mi S2B N. G. Alverson, Tally^ Noi-ris and "Otter's . Son Exchange Shots on Boundary Lina of Plantations Near Cashville In Spartanbnrg County Wednesday Morning.. .! The Herald says jaews .reached Spartanburg Thursday of a battle near Cashville Wednesday morning between a farmer armed with a pis i?TOl>aaid two of shis neighbors with shotguns,. Three persons were seri ously, though not fatally, wounded.' There has been bad blood for sev eral weeks between N; G. Alverson, ' a brother of Sergeant Alverson, of the Spartanburg police department,, and Tally Norris, who has. an ad : joining plantation. It started in' a dispute over a house. Further par ticulars as to the cause of the quar-. rel could not be learned last evening. The quarrel became more and more bitter, harsh words were ex changed, threats made and when the neighbors met Wednesday morning they were prepared for violence. Mr. .Alverson came to 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. — 17 January 1911

lite $>iM$m& Established ia 1839. jftihJished Turee Tiuits Each Week. 3n f^esday, Thursday and Saturday. .< Entered a?? second-class'inatter en ?_ ; JjuKuary 9, 1909,. at the post office s.% Orangebarg, S, C., uuder-the Act > '. t? ?ougresH of March, 4,079. fr**. L. Siius, Editor and -Proprietor. Izlar Sims, ? - Publisher. - Subscription Rates, (tee Year. ... . '.""V-Y. $1.5? Six Months. .......... .77 ' ? ? ffhr?* Months..4f 1tcjn*t*Hn?-e?t should be tuade by reg istered letter, check, money order or wpress order, payable to The Times ?md Democrat, Grangeborg, S.-C ? Y ??:?^?? ? \ ? ?? ? ? ?' President Taft offers tbb olive branch to the insurgents, but those ? hungry patriots want the whole tree. ? ? ^Some men in the; divorce States work harder; to get a. divorce, than they did to support their family. YYYlt is significant that the men of ' iflast fortunes dp not seem to be enV ?tnusfastic over the income tax prop . '; "ositiohY (? .,' Man's mental powers are .his own...

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. — 17 January 1911

Tf a rake-off in a .liquor deal I.s ?grafting-.the State's money, what is the man doing who is false-swearing aoout the amount of tax he is due the State? .' We often become .awe-stricken over corporation; of foreign graft, but have, to be lambasted into .paying -any attention to bur big army of home-made grjifters?tax-dodgers? at our own door. , If it in a Vagrant violation of law for the. genial. whiskey-drummer s.nd dispensary men to fail to turn in just revenue and. profits to the istal'.e, ia it not also a crime of the same class for our genial friends in other oc cupations to fail to turn In to the ? state every dollar of taxes he Is" due the State according to law? Wo farmers are prone to point to dcorporations and the business world as 'the great harbingers of grafterij,. but the plain truth is no man or class ?of men can "point the finger of scorn at any other class and say. thief I, grafter! "" ' ? ' . ' ? ? The farmer has the-same kind of human nature .in his make-up that...

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. — 17 January 1911

j: IS -SENT -.-.m*-.' FO?. OTSN YEARS AND ONE MONTH. 33ae Cftso Slay Be Appealed on the C&romid That-One of th?i Jcarors "Was Diwqiualified. As stated- in our last issue John J. Jones was convicted qf manslaugh v:. ;:ter about' nine o,*cloct -Friday night for the killing of Abe Pearlstine, at Branchville on December 15 last The Jury was out less than one hour when they brought- in their verdict There were quite; a number of peo ple in the court -house when. the ver dict was rendered. Immediately af ter the verdict waB rendered the court adjourned to ten o'clock Sat v airday: morning. y After disposing of one case, Judge TMemandnger sentenced J. J. . Jones to serve ten years androhe morith ia the State penitentiary at such hard labor ~ '-as ho may be able to. perform, for the killing of Abe Pearlstine at 3Tanchvillo on December 15. The court room was crowded when the "aantence was passed. The very best - order prevailed. 'Before aehtence was passed, the ^*^50uhsei for Jones were ...

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. — 19 January 1911

Co!?mad Livingston Blease ladoctei In toOffice of 'GoYernir |larse crowd present. South Carolina's New- Chief-. M.??Is trate is Formally Inaugurated lu the Eouso Of Rejgre^fcatfaes in the Presence of o~ large Concourse of People on Tuesday,. Tremulous and weak, so weak as to require tie attendance of his^ phyi; - siclan at his elbow,-Mr. Colemstn Liv ingston Blease of(Newberry, Who re ceived the Democratic jgubernatorial nomination last su>amer in a'second race with Mr. Cyprlaji C. Feather-. - Btone of Laureus, was sworn in Tues ^ day as governor of Soutlf Carolina. ' fep; Magistrate Thos. S: Dunbar of .El jpilenton, designated ~ fo;: the purpose by the governor-elect himself, admin istered the constitutional, cath of.of . fice, with its archiac proviso against the code duello, in tlie presence of ^the'senate and the house of repre rcfsentatives sitting as the joint assom :^: bly, the spectators crowding the hall ^ of the house and overflowing far out : / into the lobby. jpk' 'Go...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 19 January 1911

m-': Established in 186?. rBbMab-^l Three Times Each Week. 9? TaewJay, Thursday, und Saturday. Bntored as second-class ma:ter en ftanAiy 0, 3M)0, at the posi: office *t Orangoburg, S. 0., under the Art tf Ooiwess of March, 1870. fas. li. Sims, Editor and Proprietor. Jm. Idar Sims, x- - Publisher. - Subscription Kates. Ow^Year. ......... $1.30 Bis Mouths. . . . . . . . . . iVi fhrtv Months. .*0 Bemittau?:e? should be made by reg istered letter, check, money order or express order, payable to The Times aad Democrat, Orangeburg, S. C. The man who. habitually falls to do bis duty ;has- no right to expect his life to be marked by prosperity. -Some horrid man says the hobble skirt was copied from the process of driving hoops about a barrel. How ?*oes that strike rhe ladies? . A good many second hand sena torial togas will be for sale at a bar gain after March 1. The present owneis will have no further use for them. -_* Wi. lie the United States senate has I/orimer under discussion won der...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 19 January 1911

WHAT HE SAYS Sovernoi: C*kman 1. Blease Delivers ty't. His Inangosal Address. OUTLINES THE POLICY I Of His Administration, Gives Praise . to God for His Election and Pays His Resprcts to His Enemits?He I Makes Several Striking Recom mendations to the Legislature. [We present below, the most im - portant part of the inaugural ad dress of Gov. Coleman L. Blease to the .legislature "Tuesday afternoon; y| Mr. President, Mr. Speaker, mem Ders of th'3 general assembly of /South Carolina, ladies, and gentle men: .? Independence of thought, freedom of action, an abiding trust In and de ] voted loved for God have won for me the greatest political victory that has yet beer, recorded in the history of South Carolina. Aligned against me .: were a united daily press and an al - most solid weekly and semi-weekly press, pouring forth all kinds of .' falsehood, vituperation and abuse, receiving the assistance of a number 1 of men who call themselves ministers ? of the gospel?God savs the mark!? -wh...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 19 January 1911

?i showsmm iaZAJfAGER 6;D0AVD ED1S A NUM. BEB BOOKED. \ "S^isUx Brown." the ]^irst.--TJien ?The Sins of a Father " and These Are to Be Follov ed by Others. "Buster Brown," whoae-name Is a household word almost all over the ;r: WTorld.will come to the Academy-of .Music on Friday, Jan. 2'fth, arid it is. bailed with delight and One' grand' exhilaiating hurrah, for he cones.thls season with a splendidly equipped and new edition of the alwaj-s pop^ ?-. ?' \ nSar. musical comedy of the 'same $ V . name, "Buster Brown" which is al ?*ays a success with a capital S. TMs season the play has been revised and equipped with an entirely new :-Vv. -scenic:-dress,' hew and' elaborate cos - :r: tomes, ?'together with popular ? songs that are the latest and new music ;*.y '-ttrougti?ut. '' The cast, which' Is . "headed by Master Harold as "Bus -:i -ter," , and AJ-'- Brady as "Tige.y is;, v -aaid to be by far the best .'of,tiny one of the many seen in the. comedy: i-V; /"Bunter" needs no, introductio...

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