Turkish Missionary Gets Life Sentence in Camden For Murder of Associate

Dramatic Incidents of Trial and Unique Testimony. Defendant Entered Plea of Self-Defense — Other Cases Before Summer Term of Kershaw County Court. (Special to The Record) Camden, July 11. – A stranger in a strange land, the Rev. Benjamin John, a native of Turkey, will have to spend the balance of his life in the South Carolina penitentiary. After being out about two hours, the … Continue reading Turkish Missionary Gets Life Sentence in Camden For Murder of Associate

Bethune Man On Trail For Murder At Camden Is Adjudged Not Guilty

Today’s Session Taken Up With Case Against Two Men For Assault Upon Bowen of Blaney – State vs. Watson for Death of School Teacher Is Again Postponed. (Special to The Record.) Camden, July 7. – The court of general sessions for Kershaw county opened here today. The usual large crowd was in town – many being attracted her on account of the several murder cases … Continue reading Bethune Man On Trail For Murder At Camden Is Adjudged Not Guilty

Folk and Things

Upper township of Richland county was visited Friday evening by a heavy rain and thunder storm, in the course of which L. E. Ligner’s barn was set afire by lightning and burned, with a mule and a quantity of feedstuffs. Wholesale grocers of Columbia are in receipt of letters from C. C. Hook, president of the Greater Charlotte club, inviting them to attend the annual … Continue reading Folk and Things