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MANY VARIED HORRORS
MARK PEACE SEASON
MA'NY LIVES WIPED OUT IN THIS
-Time Set Apart to Celebration of
Birth of Prince of Peace Time
Miner Kills His Wife.
Wellston, Ohio, Dec. 26.-At the
home of a sick neighbor, Mrs. Louis
Boggs, this afternoon, Frank Buckley,
aged 28, a miner, stabbed his wife,
aged 26, causing fatal injuries. He
ordered Mrs. Boggs to leave her sick
bed and go out in the snow and then,
driving her husband away, he carlied
his 'wife, who had fallen in the yard,
in the house and laid her on a sofa.
Bloody Deeds in Georgia.
Waycross, Ga., Dec. 26.-Two per
sons are dead, a third is wounded and
a fourth is reported to be badly hurt
and probably in a dying condition, as
a result of fights in and about Bach
lott, southeast of Waycross, yester
day and today.
Kills Self in Hotel.
Galveston, Texas, Dec. 26.-Arthur
J. Baum, a well known cotton broker,
who inaugurated the movement a few
months ago for a monument to the
"black mammy," committed suicide,
at a hotel here today.
Kentucky Keeps Up Record.
'Louisville, Ky., Dec. 26.-Eight
murders in Kentucky in Christmas
fights, are reported from various
sections of the State, with several
more seriously wounded.
q Head Almost Severed.
'Bluefield, W. Va., Dec. 26.-Sawing
;away continuously for ten minutes,
-M-amilton Cook almost completely
severed -the head of Frank Dennett
from his body yesterday, at the home
of the latter at Lex,' fifty miles from
here. Cook, a boarde- at Dennett's
home, found his victim in a .drunken
stupor in bed.
Wounded in Florida.
*Che9ter', Dec.' 26.--News was re
ceived late last night of the probably
* ftal wounding of William Smith,
formerly of Fairfield county, "in
Greencovesprings, Florida, where he
- s 'chief of police; ,No particulars
/Auto J(ills Tot of Four.
-Wilmiington, N. C., Dec. 26.-Adell
~oman, aged 4, daughter of an opera
tive at Delgado cotton mills, Was run
over and instanPly killed tonight by
an automobile, in which were N. B.
Ran~kin, a prominent banker, and
members of his family.
Man of Many Names Killed.'
Poplarville, 'Miss., Dec. 26.-News
T 'eached here today, of the killing of
David Gross, alias George Mack, alias
George McWise, aged 34, near Mc
Neill, Miss., Saturday, Boyd Henley,
son of a prominent farmer of McNeill,
'was taken into custody charged with
- Aged Woman Assassinated.
Laurel, Miss., Dec. 23.-Sylvester
Marlow and Boss Bankston, two white
men; were, arrested here yesterday,
cahar'ged with the assassination of
Mrs. Anna Ainsworth, aged .eighty.
years, and the grandmother of Mar
Brothers Done to Death.
'Mount 'Sterling, Ky., Dec. 23.-Clin
'ton Allen, deputy United StaLe3 mar-1
shal, and his brother, Walter, were
shot to death in a pistol fight here
'lat night with Bas Tiptonl, a special
policeman, and Monchel (Tons, a
saloon keeper. The battle took place:
in front of Gibbons's saloon.
Homicide in Florida.
Westville Fla., Dee. 24.-Bulger:
-Hodge shot and killed John Smith at'
'Hodge's house, near here, this even-;
ing. The trouble arose about sonme
meat that had been stolen from
Christmas Bullet Ki!a Negro.
Savannah, Ga., Dec. 24.-Peter Hay
'ward, a negro, 'boarded a carm hereto
day, walked in and took a seat. The
conductor touched 'him and found he
'was deadfi Later it was ascertained
that a bullet from a Chlistm"as rifle
ired at random. by Martin Sweat, a
16-year-old white boy, struck the
negro as he boarded the car.
Peacemaker's Throat Cut.
Camden, N. J1., Dec. 25.-Albert,
Hibbs, a white man aged 30'-years,
was murdered today while returnTing to
-his home on South Eighth street.
Hibbs saw two negroes fighting and
attempted to separate them. The
larger of the fighters threw Hibbs to
the pavement, and drawinz a S'z91r.
instantly. One arrest has been made.
Coast Line Engineer Killed.
Tampa, Fla., December 25.-While
driving train No. 24 of the Atlantic
Coast Line, near Winter Garden,
early Christmas Eve, Engineer W. H.
Burke, one of the oldest and best
known men in the service, was shot
and instantly killed by an unknown
man, who fired at the train as it was
passing. Conductor Christey took the
train to Trilby, where officers were
notified and are now making a thor
Holiday Dance Ends Fatally.
Greensboro, Pa., Dec. 25.-Three
persons are dead, eight are in danger
of death from their injuries and ten
more are in the Westnoreland Hospi
tal with serious burns, as a penalty
for somebody's carelessness or ven
geance, while miners were holding
a Christmas celebration at Keystone
shaft last night. It is believed that
one of the men in the party, while a
dance was in progress, threw a ciga~r
ette butt carelessly under the ?tair
way of the house. Twenty-five pounds
of black mining powder are said to
have been stored there in an open
can. Flames from -the powder shot
through the room and the smoke
blinded the dancers as they broke
away to escape.
Four Killings in Texas.
Houston, Tex., Dec. 26.-Ohristmas
day in Texas was attended by four
killings, seven shootinz affrays. and
Three'-Handed Fight Fatal.
Moultrie, Ga., Dec. 26.-Madison
Matthews, aged 24 is dead; Gabe Wat
son is dying and Watson's father,
Reuben Watson, is suffering from
serious stab wounds as - a result of
a three-cornered fight with knives near
Harts.field, this county, Christmas
day. The coroner's jury decided that
Matthews was killed by Reuben Wat
son. and that the- killing was justifi
able. The cause of, the trouble is not
Lovelorn Girl Drinks Acid.
Washington, Pa., Dec. 26.-Because
her parents refused to permit her to
go Ito the home of a married sister
where she pwas to meet her sweet
heart, Anna Howard, aged 18, daugh
ter of a wealthy farmer of Hamlin
station, committed suicide by drink
ing cyanide..f potasiumn today.
Twins Fatally Burned.
Weston, W. Va., Dec. 24.-4-During
reakfast a lam pexploded in the bed
room of the home of Elde Beech, at
Byron, and burned to death two boy
babies six months old. The home
with all its contents was burned.
Holly Wreath Causes Death.
Chicago, Dec. 25.-A Christmas
holly wreath, swinging from a chan
delier, forced open a gascock early
today and 'caused the asphixiation of
Mrs. Eda May Simpson, .of Toronto,
Canada. Mrs. S'impson was dead 'when
found by .her daughter.
Lynch Nan Accused of Kilng Deputy
Hot Springs, Ark., Dec. 26 .--Twen
ty-five masked nien lynched Oscar
hitwood after overpowering a depu
ty sheriff just outside the jail 'here be
fore daybreak this morning, riddling
the prisoner's body with, bullets.
Chitwood wgs charged with having
killed Sheriff' Jake Houpt of this city
August 17 last.
Finds Job Too Strenuous.
Dublin, Ga., Dec. 26.-Erastus Raf
fi#d, marsbhal of Rockledge, this
ounty, who ' shot and killed Tal and
. A. T.higpen, when, as was alleged,
they threatened to run him out of
town, has quit his job. He had 'been
arshal two days when the fatal!
fight occurred. Claude Thigh en, the
third brother, who was shot, will re-I
Jealousy Causes Bloodshed.
Lancaster, Ohio, Dec. 26.-Jealousy
of the gi-1 whom he had- not seen in
two years ibis afternoon caused Oscar
Emler, a Cleveland chain' worker, to
shoot and fatally wound Miss Emma
Deeds. aged 27, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Deeds. When he was sur
rounded by the police Emler calmly
pulled the revolver with which he~
had shot his sweetheart and shot
himself 'in the head, dying instantly.
Talked With Bullet in Head.
-New York, Dec. 2.--After firing a
38-calibre bullet into his head, John
Rice propped himself on his elbow d'on
the fioor and, calling for the tele
phone receiver, calmly resumed a
conversation he had been holding
with a young woman, at the other end
of the line. "You should see me now,i
Ray."' he said, "I'm 'an awful mess."
With that he pulled a revolver from
his pocket and plaeiJng the muzzle at
hi right ear, fired thrice, dropped
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Dealers BuywIere. If not at yo
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thO hb"pi+al that he has an even
chance for his life. He would not say
why he tried to kill himself.
ille.d by His Brother.
Prescott, Ark., Dec. 26.-On the eve
of his wedding. because, it is ailleged,
he had slapped his sister, George H.
Hendrix was -shot and' killed by his
brother, William Hendrix, here today.
Eiled'by His Son.
tPeaters-burg, Va.y Dec. 26,-J,oseph
gweii, Aged 60, a prospeous Greenes
ville county farmer, was shot and
killed this afternoon at his home near
Jarrett by his son, .Charles. The
young man was examining a new
shot gun when it was accidentally
Preacher Eilfs Xoonshiner.
Jasper, Ga., (Dec. 24.-Carter Lmn
gerfelt, an alleged moonshiner and a
wvell known character of th-is section,
was shot and killed this afternoon at
Mount Pizgah Baptist ehurch, in Gil
more county, by the Rev. W. J. Kemn
mon. It is alleged that yLingerfelt
went to the church during a se'ssion
f the church conference, broke down
he church door when denied admis
~ion, and attempted to drive Mfr. Kemn
ngn from his pulpit. Lingerfelt was
eected from the church. In theI
hurch yard he opened fire on the
inister's two brothers, R. T. Kern
non and J. R. Ke.nimon; who are also
inisters. T1he ministers were arm
x1ed and returned the fire. Lingerfelt
fell from the first bullet fired by W.
. Kemnmon. ' J. R. Kemmon was shot
y Lingerfeilt, but not seriously
Killed With Scantling.
Center, Ala., -Dec. 27.-John Hun
er, a. well known farmer, was in
tantly killed at Sewell Ferry this af
ernoon by Charles Packer. Packer
truck Hunter over the head with a
cantling. He claims that Hunter had
rdered him out of the house and then
pnched him, forcing him to strike
Drowne dWhile Sikating.
Philadelphia, Dec. 27.-While vain
fforts were being made to rescue her,
nd after a priest, who had risked
is ilife on the thin ice, had adminis
ered to her the last rites of the'
hurch, Margaret Shaw, aged 19, sank
o deatih today under the ice on the
Murdered, Says Coroner.
New Orleans, Dec. 27.-That Rob-,
rt Muntz. known as "Bob the Trap
er," found near his traps along the
ank of Lake Pontchartain 'last Sun-1
ay night, was murdered was the ver
ict of Coroner C. Lehman, of St.
harles Parish, today.
Girl Jumps Into Well.
Kansas City, Dec. 27.-Despondent,
t. is believed, because of ill health,
Miss Lillie Hanson, aged 17, of Osage
ity, Kansas, committed suicide by'
eaping into a well last night. Her
ody was found today.
Two IKilled and F'ifty Injured.
Kansas City, Mo., Dec. 27.-O. A.
Duke and John Harding were killed
.a -,'n tan 7o berson were hurt,
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The passeng-rs lived in Kansas City,
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIJ4
COUNTY OF NEwBERRY.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Jmes I. Campbell, Maggie G. John
son, Mary D. Trammell, John Butler
Campbell and Robert C. Campbell,
Anna R. Campbell, Janie Mayer, Smith
Connor- Camphell and williama C.
By .an order of 'the court herein I
will sell 'to the highest bidder, before
the court house at Newberry, S. C., on
Monday, salesday, January 2, 1911,
within the legal hours of sale, all that
piece, parcel or tract of land lying and.
being situ'ate in Newberry county,
State of South Carolina, containg five
(5) acres, more or less (except about
1-16 of an acre of same, which , has
been set aside for a graveyard), no0w
bounded, as follows, to-wit: On the
no.rII1 anid eastl4y lairi of Mr:.
Talu A. Aull, formerly of Dr. Richard
Clark; on 'the south by a public high
way,, linown as the Beasley road; on
the west by lands of William S. Dob/
bins, the same being the land convey
ed to the said Minerva Dallas Camp
bell by Thomas M. Chapman by deed
bearing date September 6, 1879, re
corded in the office of the clerk of the
court of common pleas and general
sessions f&. Newberry county. S. C.,
in Bock AAA, at page 411.
Terms of sale: One-half of the pur
chase money to be paid in cash, the
balance on a credit of twelve months,
with intairest from day of sa'le, to be
secured by the bond of the purchaser,
and a mortgage of the premises sold,
with leave to the purchaser to anti
cipate the payment of -tha~ credit por
tion in whole or in part, and contain
ing a stipulation for the payment of
10 per cent. attorney's fees in case thej
credit portion is collected by an at
torney or is put in the hands of an at
torney for collection. Purchaser to
pay for papors and for 'recording the
Are You Hari
Many a woman th
shoes when the fact
shoes have tricked I
go to peces unre4
the fault of the n
competition 'he h
scalped and substit
honest materials t
ing left but look.
$2.00 SHOE $2.
is built to fit the foot snugly and comf<
as every good shoe -slould. It is buil
the most fashionable lines, as you have
to,expect. It wears like iron-which
be said of some shoes at this price.
The parts that show are honest
on their face and give to the foot
a trim tand ?tylish appearance.
The parts that take the strain
and wear-away inside and out
of sight-are jast as thorough, just
as honest. Look up our dealer
in your town and iet him tell you
how we can make such a good
shoe for the money.
Women living on fa
haven't time to seek and
Distances are too great'
Women grow lensesome
of these pleasures.
solves the problem. It enabih
~bors and friends and keep .al
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should write for it. Address.
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SOUTHiERN BELL 1
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Every Artcile Priced Wa
Trade. Take Advanta
Purchase Your Fal ai
The Short Cotton Crop
ward. We force pri
ALL OUR FALL
were bought before otl
of going North. We
market value and 'NotJ
Quality. 'I~he first ch<
'chaser. This is YOUF
Come! We need mn
owe. A cordial greetil
I oir Shoes?,
inks she is hard on
)f the matter is her
ier. If your shoes
tsonably soon it's
iaker. To meet
as skimped and
uted infeior for
ill there's nQth
the Red Bed
on the BSk.
$2.50 and $3.0 'a
Goodyear wrt savd
In Our College Woman's
$3. ;00 it-:
~ms and in rural distrits
enjoy social pleasures.'
-the woirk is too urgent.
md listless when robbed
s women to talk with neigti
ve to th enewsof the-daty.
ou can have a telephorne in
omen living in the country
COM PA NY
EDown to Stimulate the /
ge of Qur Low Prices
1(1 Winter Goods Now
will force prices Sky
I) WINTE GOODS
er merchants dreamed
bought below present
ung but' the BEST In
>ice. to the' early pur
oney to pay what we
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FURS AND HIDES
lo. Write for price