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WALHALLA, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNj
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JURY HOLDS MISS OLA H Ii CHA BY
Defendant "Didn't Caro Much One
Way or tho Other," She Said.
Orlando, Kia., Dec. 2.-Lena M. T.
Clark was found "not guilty because
of Insanity" on a charge of killing
F. A. Mlltimore, Orlando restaurant
keoper, on the night of Aug. 1, last,
in Circuit Court hero to-day. Bax
"ter H.Patterson, jointly indicted with
Miss Clark, was acquitted without
reservation ,as to^iusanlty. <TJjie jury
fl?y,,-retired at 8.26.p? ?h. arid jwlg^idi^he^
'. " ^ court room to announce tho verdict
? at 5.46:
Judge Andrew? said that he would
'continue to hold Miss Clark in jail
here until ho had gone further into
the evidence in the case. The action
of tko Court in holding Miss Claik
until investigation of tho evidence is
taken to indicato that he may order
her incarceration In the Slate insane
asylum at Chattahoochee, but ho re
fused to say what action might ho
The Jury retired at .'I.2G this af
ternoon, after listening to Judge An
drews' instructions, the reading of
which occupied nearly half an hour.
At 5.51, thirty minutes before the
I verdict was rendered, the Jury re
entered (ho court room and request
ed Judge Andrews for further Infor
mation relativo to the wording of a
verdict and that part of the Instruc
tion pertaining to this phaso of the
cnso was read again. Once inore the
twelve men filed out of the chamber
and their next appaerance marked
the close of tho trial.
Miss Clark received tho verdict
calmly, and after embracing her aged
father, who baa been with her
throughout the trlul, turned to re
ceive the congratulations of scores
of women who have faithfully at
tended each session of court, through
tho ten days, and who rushed to
grasp the hand of the woman as
soon as tho verdict was read and ihn
jury discharged. Her first remark
following the reading of the verdict
hy the Clerk of the Court was:
"To tell (he truth, 1 didn't cai"
much one way or the other."
-G(!G cures chills and fever..nov
Fell to Death from llriclgo.
(Clayton Tribune, Dec. I.)
On last. Saturday afternoon about
1 o'clock tho Hurt on bridge claimed
Its second fatality in the death of J.
X. McDonald, aged 54, of Birming
Mr. McDonald, who was foreman,
with several workmen, was engged
In placing stool when u pleco on
which ho was standing Slipped, and
caused him to become overbalanced,
and he fell 54 feet,to tho ground.
Several bones wore hrokon, and his
death resulted instantly. Tho re
mains wore brought to ('layton Sat
urday evening, embalmed, and, with
tho escort if a friend, wore sent to
Dlr mingham Sunday.
Mr. McDonald had boen a steel
worker for about ?IO years, working
all over tho United States, and he
waa competent In every line of his
work. Ile was liked by all of his
mon. and In his death a usoful man
has departed. His wife and four
children survive him.
- ?GO cures bilious fever.-adv.
r Coats 1
ind let us show
ULA, S. C.
UY FOR CASH.
DOLL WEEVIL WILL FREEZE
And llecome Totally Lifeless nt Tem
perature, of 20 Degrees Above.
(Anderson Daily Mail.)
In connection with the recent ex
? pertinents conducted at Williamston
In an effort to froezo the boll weevil,
which facts were set forth in the
Dnily Mall last week, it was learned
to-day from the Anderson Cold Stor
age Company that 'similar experl
1 m eh t's were carried out al ihaUp^aivt
Xm??mSK^I^^ S; Farmer stat?*
that at his plant efforts were made
to freeze the pest at varying degrees
of temperature and it was finally dis
covered that it is possible to kill the
weevil when the temperature reaches
2 degrees above zero.
Several explanations along ibis
line both pro and con have been ad
vanced, aid it oas opened an inter
esting Held for further study and re
search along this line.
Notwithstanding all the effo?\.s
that aro hoing put forth to find some
moans by which tho boll weevil may
bo killed, it appears to be pretty
well recognized by the farmers ot
Anderson county now that the boll
weevil will be In this county in real
earnest next season, and consequent
ly the fanners of this and adjacent
counties are already making plans to
combat lo the best of their abiliiy
the ravages of the pest.
The Ft W, Wn^ener Estate.
Charleston, Dec. 2.-The will ct
the late Capt. F. W. Wagener wa^s
filed in tho 'Probate Court yesterday.
The total valuation of the ostnte is
not known, although a largo amount
was left in legacies to relatives, the
bulk of the property going to F. W.
Wagoner, ,a grand-nephew.
Frederick W. Wagener and Miss
Lillie Vonlladoln, a niece, are named
in tho will as executor and executrix.
No publie bequests wore made.
Among the many persons mention
ed in the will re receive legacies are
Louis H. Rooster, nephew, $10,000;
Ceo. H. Koestor, a nephew, $1,000;
Miss Lillie Vonlladeln, a niece, $2.">,
000; Miss Christian Hu lek, late wife
of late nephew Julius I). Koestor,
$10,000; Miss Ertha Koestor, grand
niece, and daughter of lalo nephew
Julius 1). Rooster, $"?,000; F. \V
Wagoner, nephew, son of his nephew
ll. F. Wagener, a gold watch.
None of tho legacies will be paid
or bear interest until after the expi
ration of one year. A number of mi
nor legacies aro also mentioned.
Dial Has Seed for Distribution.
Washington. Dec :i.-Senator N.
D. Dial has announced that he will
bo pleasod to hear from any conslit
uonts in South Carolina who wish to
receive any of the government's free
seed for planting during tho coming
spriiig. Tho lists are now being mudo
up in Washington, and any persons
wishing to receive those seed should
send their names to Senator Dial
immediately, and he will seo thal
they receive 'their quota
DEATH OF MISS ANNA HUNTER
I At Anderson Brought Sorrow to Her
Seneca Friends-Other News. j
Seneca, Dec. G. - Special: Miss
Mamie Burgess visited in Greenville,
for a couple of days the past week.
Miss Annie .Johnson, member ot
the Culhoun-Clonuson school facitity, .
was in Seneca Saturday,
Mrs. XV. ll. Davis and Miss Sarai
Davis expect to leave about the mid-'
idle of this month for the '"Land of j
?Flowers." They will spend most of I
: their time in St. Augustine, visiting
|other cities from there. I
j Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Buskin had as
' their g?est a few days recently their
I relative. Glen Baskin. of Monea Path,
j Miss Oin Thain, second grado
teacher in Seneca High School, is
spending'this woek In Columbia with
j her parents.
lt will ho of general interest to the
I Seneca church-going people to learn
j that Bishop Finley will preach next
j Sunday afternoon in ?he Episcopal
?church here at 3.30 o'clock. He will
he assisted in (he service by the rec
! tor. Kev. Mr. Zachary, lt is hoped
that there will be a large congrega
tion at ibis service.
One of tho most enjoyable social
affairs of the season was Friday af
ternoon, when Mrs. .]. XV. Willis en
tertained a round do/.en friends at
un informal "sewing porty." Soon
after the arrival of her guests
needles, thimbles and fancy work
were removed from the work bags,
and while the needles were plied
there was not so much as a pause in
animated conversation. For a while
work was laid aside (riot so with
conversation), while the hostess
served delicious refreshments, being
assisted by Mrs. J. p. Coates. Those
who enjoyed the hospitality of Mrs.
Willis were: Mrs. D. P. Thomson,
Mrs. B. A. Lowery, Mrs. J. A. Brock,
Mrs. M. A. Wood, Mrs. W. P.. Hold,
Mrs. C. F. Adams, Mrs. Ralph Ram
seur, Mrs. E. A. Hines, Mrs. J. L.
Marett, Mrs. G. W. Ballenger and
Mrs. J. P. Coates.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Ables have the
warmest sympathy of the community
In their recent bereavement In the
death of their eleven-year-old daugh
ter, Edna, which sad event occurred
a't their home Just at the close of the
4ayt-last Friday^ While-emu?, ??i!,
been in bad health for a>year, yet Sho"
kopt so cheerful and enjoyed havjng
her school friends visit her. lt was
hard to realize tho seriousness of her
condition. During three months she
was receivlrg the tenderest care and
attention from her parents and at
tending physicians, yet it was beyond
their power to stay tho progress of
that dread disease, diabetes, which
slowly did its work, until the Reaper
transplanted her in t ho heavenly
garden. Funeral services were con
ducted by Rev. .i. XV. Willis Saturday
afternoon at the home, the interment
following immediately after in Moun
tain View Cemetery. The many beau
tiful floral designs silently testified
the love and sympathy of the friends
of the family.
The death of Miss Anna Hunter,
which occurred Saturday afternoon,
after an Illness of only a few hours,
brought sorrow to many hearts In
Seneca, where she was known and
loved. For several years she had
made her homo with her three neph
ews, Joseph, Lewis and William Far
mer, In North Anderson. Hers was
a life of beautiful Christian graces,
and she was a devout member of the
Presbyterian church. Miss Hunter
was a sister of the late W. S. Hunter
and had spout much of her time in
his hom?. She was tho last surviv
ing member of her immediato fam
ily, having followed all tho others to
the grave. The funeral was conduct
ed at her late homo In Anderson by
her pastor, Rev. Robt. Kirkpatrick,
in tho presence if a largo assembly
of relatives and friends. Services
were conducted at the gravo In the
Townville cemetery, where she was
laid to rest beside her parents, who
preceded ber to thal heavenly home
about twenty years ago. The pall
bearers were six nephews, live of
them being brothers - Frank Far
mer., james Farmer, Joseph Farmer,
Lewis Farmer, William and Nat.
Farmer- all of Anderson. Mrs. W.
S. Hunter, Miss Annie Hunter, Mr.
and Mrs. T. D. Jones, Mr. and M ra.
R. K. Nimmons and Misses Maggie
and Lola Thompson, of Seneca, at
tended H>e funeral.
To Insure Lives of All Ministers.
St. George, S. C., Dec. 2.-Meeting
here lo-day In annual session the
South Carolina Conference of the
Methodist church instructed the cim
mitt.ee on finances to insure the life
of each member of the conference in
tho sum of $2,000.
Funds to pay tho first premium
will be derived from a Christmas
offering, and In tho future will be
carried regularly in tho budget of
tho conference. A resolution was de
feated that would have required all
prospective students to insure their
lives in the sum of $1,000 before ne
gotiating loans with which to com
pleto their education.
Ocohee Teachers' Association.
Tho Oconeo County Teachers' As
sociation will meet in the Walhalla
High School Auditorium next Sat
urday, Dee. loth, at 10 o'clock. All
teachers of the county are urged to
be present, as a very Interesting pro
gram has been arranged.
MAYOKTOOWN WIMJ NOT STAND |
f?ction-Personal und llusi
it crests Would Su If or.
Tho . ll
1 n o i /vj
tit to ho
OWee Courter: ,
is drawing near for the
tllcters for tho town of
tho yours 1922 and
Tho Citizens of Walhalla have done
me the.-nojior to elect me four times
(.eight ;?bei's of service) as Mayor.
Many Of>my old friends have again
instste^Jf?hat I enter the race for
Mayor Md round out the full score
of year'a? This, as you must know,
appeals'&.ono whom they have seen
.or so long.
$o say to all that I am not.
l-l. of this honor that they
fpwed, and that they again
onfer upon me; that 1 deop
ly .appreciate their loyalty and their
splendidwwpport in tho past, and I
wish to-jutke this opportunity lo ex
pross mwhearty 'hanks for tho coni
plimontJwut 1 have considered this
matter ipi; quite a long time, and
lind that&I could not do myself and
other binalness iniorests justice and
enter thj&raee. In this connection I
wish to ?fexpross the hope that ?ho
honor tlfiSy have in the past confer
red on ir|e will go to tin- man who is
best qualified to serve our town and
give , u^aa. cons?ructive. economical
and busaiess-like administration.
We arni at tho parting of tho ways,
with th?w,e.terworks ?nd sewer con
struction?? Just at. our door, with the
many problems to solve, with large
sums 0f>!??money to ho expended, and
the intey?sts of tho town to he well
guarded?, Wo should look well to
the best?interests of our town, lay
ing anido hil factional feelings and
and think only for the
es'fs of all.
we stand; divided we
Your?ftpr a "Greater Walhalla,"
'j/ W. M. Brown.
?I?GI A FARMERS SEN f
int oh Charge of ll old I n g
$ij St?te of Peonage.
%4) l.ty^Mo Jury : iu^ed?*
of conspiracy to violate tho peonugo
laws bf tho United States, four Clay
ton and Henry county farmers wer?
sentenced by Judge Samuel H. Sib
ley to serve terms in Hie Federal pen
itentiary. Irwin Morris was sentenc
od to serve a^year and a day and to
pay a fine of $00(1; Hugh Morris, his
brother, was given four months; Sam
Gardner, four months, and John
Brown, a negro, two months. J. W.
Gwaldney and Don Everett, on trial
on the same charge, were acquitted
by Hie jury.
The case had occupied tho atien
tlon of the Federal Court for the en
tire week, lt wi. a 'uged that the
six farmers violated the peonago
statutes In connection with an al
leged a'tempt to force Jerry Ravin,
a negro, into a state of peonage. In
imposing sentence on the d?fendants
Judge Sibley scored their alleged
practices In regard to attempting to
hold the negro In a state of peonage.
"This is the first peonage case in
Which I have passed sentence," said
Judge Sibley, "and 1 trust that it will
be the last ono in Georgia."
Senator Underwood's Mother Rend.
Birmingham, Ala., Dec. 5.-Mrs.
FrderickVirginia Underwood, mother
of Senator Oscar Underwood, of Ala
bama, died at the home of her son,
Fred V. Underwood, Sr., early to-day
of heart trouble.
Favorable Reports Received.
Washington, Dec. 5.-Senator Os
car I'nderwood, of Alabama, left the
olly ?'arly to-day for Birmingham,
where be was called by Ibo sudden
death of his mother. Up until last
night Senator Underwood had re
ceived favorable reports regarding
his mother's illness.
Mr. Underwood's absence from
Washington was expected to affect
the work of the armament confer
ence. He Is one of the American del
egates and also chairman of the suh
comtnlltee dealing with Chinese tar
Gosnell hoses ills .lob.
(Anderson Mail, Dec. 3.)
In line with the policy of the pres
ent administration, United Slates
Deputy Jake Gosnell has been dis
missed from tho Federal service, ef
fective Dec. 1st. Mr. Gosnell, who
has been In Anderson during the
present 'erm of Federal Court, left!
the city this morning, having been
excused from further attendance,
due 'o the fnct that no moro cases
in which ho will bo called upon to
testify will ho tried at this term.
Mr. Gosnell has acted In tho capa
city of deputy for tho government
for the past six years, and has made
many arrests for violation of tho na
tional prohibition law In this section
of the State. No announcement, has
been made from tho office of prohibi
tion enforcement officer regarding a
successor to Mr. Gosnell. i
We have only
mobile out of shi
cheap on long te
* WA Ml A Ll i A AM) OCO MO F, A KIO *
* INVITED TO (IO *
* To Visit Greenwood Next Friday, *
* Doc. J), to Seo and Dear tho *
* World Fundus French *
* Warrior, Marshal *
* Foch. * ;
* _, * !
* Mayor W. M. Drown ls in re- * I
* celpt of the following telegram * i
* from John W. Moore, chairman *
* of the Greenwood Invitation *
* Committee for tho Marshal Foch *
* reception in that city next Fri- *
* day, Dec, 9th: *
* , " Greenwood invite? your city *
* anil your county to como to * ?
* Greenwood on Doc. Oth and to +
* take part in welcoming Marshal *
* Foch to South Carolina'?? soil. *
* Kindly givo tho widcM public- *
* ity to this Invitation in order *
if , thitt) Houtli Carolina's ree-option. .
"This is not to bo Creen wood's re
c pt lon lo Marshal Foch," says a lot
ter to Mayor Drown, following tho
telegram. "Tho reception ls South
Carolina's. Creen wood is merely the
place in South Carolina that has
been designated by f tho National
Headquarters of the American Le
gion as the official city for the wel
come of Marshal Foch by South Car
olina on lils tour of America. Tho
welcme given to him at Greenwood
will, therefore, stand to him, those
with him, and thc world at large, as
South Carolina's welcome, and every
South Carolinian who can should
imvo n personal part in making tho
welcome ono that will truly repre
sent the spirit of the State.
"Arrangements are under way to
secure reduced rates over all rail
roads, and special trains where nec
essary, and it ls hoped that you and
many others from your city and your
county will be present to participate
In making the occasion worthy of tho
best traditions and the loftiest spirit
of our State.
"Yours for the honor of South Car
olina, John W. Moore,
"Chairman Invitation Com."
Decal Notes from I'.omi ty Dand.
Bounty Land, Dec. 5.-Special:
Mr. and Mrs. Roberts, of Dallas,
Texas, visited in this community last
week aa guests in the homes of L.
M. Smith and E. L. Stone.
The friends of [DI ber I Bottoms will
be sorry to learn of his illness dur
ing the past several days, and hopo
for his early restoration to health.
Jack Blackwell is on an extended
visit to his aunt. Mrs. Jack Black
well, ai Asheville, X. C.
Mrs. Maggie Lewis, of Dickens, ;s
visiting her sister, Mrs. W. M. Hughs.
Marlon Hughs and John Allen
Dendy, who recently went to Flor
ida. ?ire al home again.
Tho ladies of Rock Springs church
finished a quilt, last week for tho Ep
worth Orphanage. Tho quilting was
hold at the homo of Mrs. Mattie Mc
Donald last Thursday, and was quito
a pleasant occasion to those prosont,
although several who expected to at
tend wore absent, whose presence
would have enriched the delights of
(he day. Tho dinner, which was ex
quisite in variety and palatable in
preparation, furnished a charming
feature of tho occasion.
Mrs. Will Derry and little son Rill
are visiting relatives in I'ickons.
Miss Suo Foster, of Atlanta, has
been visiting her grandmother, Mrs.
Fi. D'. Foster.
Mrs. W. R. Davis and daughter,
Miss Sara Davis, of Seneca, and Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. Shanklin and family,
of Anderson, woro late guests in tho
Kinging; nt Fall (-reek.
Tho Kcoweo Township Singing
Convention will moot with Fall Creek
'Daiitist. church on tho second Sunday
In thia month (tho 11th, at 1 0 a. m.
All lovers of music and adjoining
townships tiro Invited lo como and
spend the day with us.
Jesse Sloan, Sccrotary.
one New Olds
pment left. Sev
.hand Oars to sell
la, 5. C.
fets the Pace."
COMIO AND LST ME FIGURE
WITH YOU OX WHAT
JUST H FOD TV DD
Carload Fresh Cement.
Carload Unelo Sam He-Cleaned
Oat? to soil at right prices,
g Car of Wobber und Columbus
Wagons, High Point Buggies,
Harnees, Stalk; Cuttere,. Dbm
MULES, HORSES AND
All I ask is that you rome mid
lot me show you. My prices aro
IF YOU RIDE, RIDE RIGHT!
HIGH POINT BUGGIES!
It will be a pl ensure to fill your
Itemeinbcr: Drown Has It or
Drown Gota lt!
W. M. Brown,
WA DD'A DLA, S. C.
ALMOST HALF MILLION BALES
Short on Giimlng.s lu South Carolina.
Il4,810 1.1'.ss than Last Year.
Washington, Dec. 5.-Tho ginning
ligures for South Carolina wore made
public to-day, hoing in comparison
with figures compiled for last year's
glnnings as of dato Nov. 14th, and
are as follows:
County- 1921. li) 20.
Abbeville . 15,115 24,044
Aiko- .. 13,232 37,011
Aile- ale . 1,207 11,947
Anderson. 50,830 02,383
Bamborg . 3,810 18,19 1
Barnwell. 7,724 20,2 io
Beaufort. 3X7 it)2
Berkeley. 823 5,732
Calhoun . 4,844 28,701
Cherokee. 12,ooo 13,974
Chester. 22,577 24,468
Chesterfield .... 21,254 21,053
Clerendon . 7,970 36,22t?
Colinton. 1,972 6,783
Darlington . . . . 20,33 1 33,205
Dillon. 31,228 20,1 2 0
Dorchester .... 1,535 8,052
Fd gell old. 9,977 21,304
Ka ir Mold . 0,330 19.101
Florence. 20,122 27,06tf
Greenville . . . . 37,422 3 1,903
Greenwood .. .. 12,5 10 30,37ii
Hampton. 2,700 6,449
Dorry. 3,000 4,500
Jasper. 081 79 1
Kershaw. 1 1,181 26,758
Lancaster .. .. 13,408 16,941
Laurens. 32,230 47,071
Leo. 18,4 00 33,320
Lexington . . . . 7,908 23,338
McCormick .... 4,000 13,1 15
Marion. 10,790 13,02'?
Marlboro . . . . 44,030 47,028
Newberry . . . . 1 0,372 33,259
Oconeo. fi),748 15,00.1
Orangeburg ... 17,014 09,598
Plckens. 19,399 12,832
Richland. 7,710 27,025
Saluda '.. 8,152 23,844
Spartanburg ... 00,219 58,171
Sumter. 17,731 41,649'
Union. 14,529 18.21 ?
Williamsburg . . 7,028 22,271
York. 33,967 29,077
All other. 520 2,990
Total . 684,617 1,099,443
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