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BY AIKEN JURY,
Men Charged With Murder of Geo
W. Mabus Acquitted-Lee and
Clifford Fallaw Tried as
Principals and Clinton
Fallaw and Isaac
Taylor as Ac
Aiken, Oct. 4.-Lee Fallaw anc
Clifford Fallaw, brothers, charge%
with the murder of George W.'Mab
us near Batesburz on June 22 last
and (i Fl w and: Isaae Tay.
wa aighly reed yo1nn. wh
mill Of th!I], br,cmouy
The shots. three in number, wer(
fired by a party or parties concealei
in the underbrush or woods near th
readside. Two loads of the bucksho
oo -7e, in 3abus head and on
in the ileek.
1r. L. ML Mitehell, who was visit
in, a patient. near the eene of th
assassination. heard the shots an
was of the opinion that from th
tiwe intervening between the shot
that they.must have been fired by tw
per s.' Dr. MNitehell was the flirs
-01 e to nd y(ounI Mabus. his mI
an.1d 1ug1 ecV inn hiszlM1 , a 'n;tcic
less body being only a short distane
frcm the scene of the shooting.
."Mabus' condition was such that h
co- Id not tell anything of the ci
cumstanees of the shooting beyon
that he had been ambushed. He die
very shortly after Dr. Mitchell reaeh
Some weeks before, young Mabu
was involved in a cutting scrape wit
Lee Fallaw, a young white man an
a neighbor of Mabus, on the street
of Batesburg, and beyond the enemiE
made as a result of this fight was nc
known to have had any.
At the coronar's inquest, after
few minutes' deliberation, Lee Falla
and Clifford Fallaw were charge
with murder, as principals, and Clir
ton Fallaw and Isaac Taylor as a<
IDEAL WOOD PAVEMENTS
MADE R~o( GUM WOOI
Washing~ton. Oct. 4.-The blac
tupelo gum trees, which find thei
ideal home in the Dismal Swamp an
other marshy places of the South Al
* lantic and Gulf states, will probab]
play an important part in solving t
street pavement problem which ye:
es the' officers of every municipalit:
Experts who have experimnted wit
the timber of this tree, which hitthe:
to has beenr considered almost wort]
less, say that it makes an ideal pa'
ing block when properly preserved.
A representative of a large woo<
preserving company of. New Yor1
which makes a specialty of the mai
ufacture of street paving blocks, he
just left .Washington after a confe:
ence with officers of the Forest Se:
vice rewarding methods of wood pri
servation. His company is now dea
ing almost exclusively in black an
tupelo gum and he is highly elate
with the experiments which has
Wood is now considered the strong
est kind of a factor among the me
terials from which the ideal stre<
pavement of the future will be mai
ufaetured. It is practically noiseles
and this quality is -very desirablei
large cities where there is much tra:
fie, When properly preserved ar
laid, the best wood pavements al
said to resist wear and tear as we
as any other material now in use.
Wood re. ?ived a bad reputation
a block in this country when it we
laid in various cities a number<
years ago. It failed because Amnei
eans at that 'time knew practical
-nothing ab)out wood preservation f<
paving woods,. laying the wood4
blocks just as they were sawed. (
course. wear'. tear and weather so(
made the pavement almost unfit fi
useC Foreigrn nations fSrst made su
eessful experiments in the preserv
tion of wood used for paing*a
now IUele Sam has also lear'ned son
very important- thine.s about the ma
ufacture of wooden pavin!x bloel
and in some respects has gone tl
European manufacturers one or tv
The company, whose representatr
has b)een in Washington conferrii
on those matters of wood preserv
tion. has just completed a three-eyli
der treatment at Norfolk. Virgini
where the wood will be impregn ate
with creosote and rosin by the pre
sure of cylinder methods. The natu
al toughness of diie wood makes
wear we!!. a"d ta ehemicals forec
into the~ "'ro 2' -''-ndelr it immo'
The turnim of black and tupelu - ion
gum to account, on so large a scale, Boy
is a matter of importance in connec- Cin
tion with the waning timber supply. Pac
Lumbermen have always considered moz
it an inferior wood. Except for spec
ial uses, such as mauls, mallets,
boards for wagon and cast beds, and A
for oilier purposes where a wood is to
wanted which will not split, black lan<
zinm has been rejected by farmers be I
and lumbermen. It grows over a tol- he :
erablyN wide regioln, and is abundant I law
on he low, marshy lands near the
coast of the Southern states. It find.
its idel home in the Dismal Swamns.F
\Vv' 'e"' 41,a "0
e 1 a -outihick iCes n~ie h . T
I wood is not very hard. but its touwh ak
ness .ives it superior wearing quali- I
SELECT, CORN SEED NOW. u
Mr. D. R. Coker Gives Excellent Ad
vice to Farmers.
In the current issue of the Harts
ville Messen;:'r Mr. D. R. C(oker, than
A* 711H'n111 ;11 soill' al iaa s
Ociober is here and -armers will
soon be ready to harvest their corn.
e The corn crop of the country is the
best ever liade, owing to the favora
ble seasons and the general adoption C11
of the Williamson plan. . The yield b
however, is nothing like as good- a les
it would be if every farmer had sys- off
tematically selected his seed corn
for several years past. , lur
a The time to select seed corn is right ter
S now and the place is in the field.
Don't send your hands in. to the fields
It to gather your corn until you have
yourself gone through it and selected
a enough seed for the next year's crop.
Select only large low st ears on strong
d stocky plants. Select ears from
- plants that are properly spaced in
_the rows rather than from plants that
have zreat distanee, for seed should
only be selected from plants that
have grown under normal conditions.
~After your seed has been selected
from the field go over the ears care- L
fully and pick out a few of the finest.
rTake only those which are well filled
at butt and tip, which are not effect- F
-ed by weevils and which have long
y :rains. These few best ears should
ebe planted in rows to themselves next
spring and they will undoubtedly pro
~duee a seed that is superior to what.
you now have. The balance of the
-ears selected from the field should be U
-used to plant the general crop next D
vear; but no selection should be C
made next year except form the rows D
-planted .from the few best selected B:
ears and if any one of these rows
-shows a marked advance over the
Sothers only ears from that row should
be used to plant the seed patch the
- The tremendous import.anee of seedJ
1- eeton and plant breeding is not
japreiated as it should be by the
jfarmers of this section and, we ear
etl ur e our readers to heed our
advice and begin a system of selee
tion this fail. Nothing that we know
-Iof is surer, to pay big dividends on
the time and trouble required.
,ME BRYAN COMING
n TO SPARTANBURG
dSpeaks Under Auspices of Wofford
~College Lyceum.--Great Nebras
1kan Will Again Visit the Pal
metto State on October 18.
SThe St ate.
Spart1 anhurz. Oct. 4.-It developed
- here today after the announcement
appearing in the morning paper to
the effect that W. .T. Bryan would be
invited to speak here the first week
in November that the great Nebras
kan has already accepted an invita
t n to address the W\offord lyceum
-here on Oct. iS. For some reason no
- nouncement hail been made of this
Iand henc'e the fair. dirQetors issued
*their iirgenJt invjiationf for November.
- T1 is said that the Y. M. C. A. has
alo ext en ded Mr. Bryan an invita
tion to speak under its auspices this
SCan Carry Whiskey into Prohibition
- Frank.foart. Ky.. October 3.---By a
. decision of the Kentucky Co.art of
Appeals, announced today, shipments
td of w hiskey and other liquors from
. ponts outSide the state to points
-' vitin prohiibit ion territory are held
b o be Inter-State commeree. and the
Scarriers are not amenable under the
Sleiative A ct of 19)06. imoin*
1s a reversal o a jud-,Ment of t.
le Circuit Court in the case of tl
.innoti, New Orleans and Tex
ific Railway :Company vs the Cor
.11 persons am imrby warned n
tresspass in any way, upon t)
Is of the undersizned. Stock mu
:ept off also. Anyone doing so wl
>unished to the full extent of t]
G. F. Abrams.
E AGENTS A SUCCES
jE OLD WrO)
ANDI ITS WAYS
I:erial octav,: Page3. 251 S
b Eng.angs from photograp
en by rCol. Bryan.
(utS his trip around the woi
.his visits 1 Zl natiulls. Gre'
v?ssful book of this generatic
)00 called for in 4 months.. Wr
for sample reports of first 1
uts employed. The people buy
erlv. The agent's harvest.
)utfit FREE-Send fifty cents
(r.cSt Of 1mailng an1d hanidlil
EJ TOMrTOBLsHING -
ST. Loi.r o
OLD PIANOS AND ORGANS.
or which we will allow the highi
ces towards new Instruments. :
ib rates to offer, but we Pe
ter Instruments for the same
'money, then -those at club ri
ffrite Malones Musie House, (
abia, S. C., for special prices a
IE COMMERCIAL BA
under call of State Banls
September 17, 1907.
>ans and discounts -
erdrafts - - -
irntiure and fixtures
sh and sight exchange
spital Stock - - -
ndivided profits (less exl
ividends (tin paid) -
ishier's checks - -
uie Banks - - -
lls payable - -
divdual deposits -
01. M. KINA RD, Pf-es.'.
J3. Y. Mcl
Interest Paid in oi
P ANY, of Greens
announce to the I
your cotton, insu:
for 10c. per monti
of a month to coi
Warehouse is nev
respects and has a
W. J. MOORE, Pres.
We are prepared t
Dt apply Ri -Iber Tires
both cushion and solic
I We have the Best an
Latest Improved Mc
Schine and can do sa
hs THE 'FAMOU
11 Clothing Co.
Is now open and read
it to serve you.
Come in and inspei
stock it will more tha
ea youfo;ryour troub
f T ..p c
reasonable your pa
NK OF NEWBERRY, S.
:Examiner at close of busin(
- r-- $406,831
. - - 5,653
--- - - - 3,116
- .. - -42,172
.. - - - $ 50,000
>enses paid) - 49,484
- ..- - 1,030
-- - - - 103
- - 858
.. - - 20,000
- - .. - 336,296
0. B. MAYER, Vice-Pr
ir Savings Department.
vood, S. C., wishes to
'armers of this and ad
that they will store
re it and grade it, all
i per bale, the fraction
it as a month. Our
and Up-to-Date in all
capacity of 6,000 bales.
1 Save Money.
S. C. STAL NAKER, Mgr
'Statement of the condition 4
Newberry, S. C., Sept. 1
call of State Bank Exam
D Bills receivable....... $219,605 64 4
Overdrafts........... 5,180 75
, Fixtures. ............
Cash on hand and due
from other Banks. . $ 10,193 92
L Watch us grow. We pay 4 per ce
ment compounded Semi-annually.
J. D. D.VYNPORT, G-o. B. C,
W. B. WVALLACr
',8 0q PE
The People's I
t Paid Up Capital -
n Surplus and Individual
e Stockholders' Liabilitie
For protection of depof
H. C. MOSELEY, President. I
1W. W. WHEELER, Cashier.
Better a conservative intere
return when wanted, than a big
about the principal.
.A National Bank is a safe De
nakes it so. Likewise our Bo.
of prudent csonservative manage
G. W. Bowers.
ir J. A. C. Kibler.
R. L. Luther.
M. A. Carlisle.
J. H. Hunter.
J. P. I
We allow 4 per cent. pe
Department, interest :
16 TH NEWBERYV
3 Capita $50,000 -* -
53No Matter How Small,
84 The Newberry
88 will give it careful att
00 applies to the rnen and
- JAS. McINTOSH,
The First Cougi
SEven though not severe, has a
tive membranes of the throat
- Coughs then come easy all wi:
slightest cold. Cure the first
S set up an infiamation in the de
*lungs. The best remedy 1s
SYRUP. It at once gets righ
moves the cause. It is free fr<
*a child as for an adult. 25 cet
For it will surely come, anc
stances that will prove a gr
family. If you will take cai
*soon make dollars va
cloudy days of the futu
we'll help you put a si
* dark cloud at the rate<
on all your rainy day ni
FOUR PER CENT. ON
Dr. Geo. Y. Hunter, Pres't.
J. F. Browne, Cashier.
>f The Exchange Bank of
rth, 1907, in response to
.apital stock........ $50,00000
3urplus............. 6,460 74
ashier's Checks...... 269 84
Dividends unpaid...... 87 50
Bills payable........ 75,000 00
nt. interest in our Savings Depa4
'OMER, 3. L. SPEARMAN,
ty, 8. C.
- - $25,000 00
Profits $6.;000 00
s $25,000 00
. A. CARUSLE, Vice-President
;EO. JOHNSTONE, Attorney.
st on your deposit with its safe
rate and a feeling of doubt
posit. Government supervision
rd of Directors is a guarantee
W. P. Pugh.
Jno. B. Fellers..
W. A. Moseley.
H. C. Moseley.
r annum 1i our Savings
- Surplus $30,000
No Matter How Large,
ention. This message
the women alike.
J. E. NORWOOD,
of the Season,
tendency to irritate the~ sensi-.
and delicate bronchial tubes.
iter, every time you take the
:ough before it has a chance to *
icate capillary air tubes of theg
QUICK RELIEF COUGH
t at the seat of trouble and re
m Morphine and is as safe for *
' RAINY DAY,
may catch you in circum
sat hardship to yourself and
-e of the pennies they will
hich will brighten the
re. Begin to-day and
ver lining behihd each
>f FOUR PER CENT.
ty, S. C.
Dr. J. S. Wheeler, V. Pres.
. A. Counts. Asst. Cashr.