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WENT AFTER A GIRL
TEACHER WITH GUP
MAN AND WOMAN RESENT WHIP
PING OF SON AT SCHOOL.
Pope B. Havird and His Wife Ar(
Charged With Assault on Miss
Mitchell, an Orphan.
Saluda, Jan. 30.-Warrants hav
been issued against Pope B. Havir
a!d his wife by the trustees of th(
school of the Havirdsville communit
charging them with assault and bat
*ery upon Miss Carrie Mitchell, theii
teacher, and likewise for assault an
battery on Willie Harmon, one of th(
pupils of the scho91.
Whipped Havird Boy.
The teacher has been having troublE
with one 'of Havird's boys in the schoo
and Friday it became necessary t<
whip him. The boy who is about I
years old resisted and Miss Mitchell
who is young and delicate, called upor
the Harmon boy to hold young Hav
ird. After school was dismissed th<
Havird boy ran home and tpld hi<
father and mother of the whipping
Havird got .in his buggy with his wifE
and taking his double barrel shotgur
set out after the teacher who was or
h,,er way home. Overtaking her, it ik
said, Havird tried to drive over he)
and cursed and abused her most out
mgeousfy. Havird's wife, it is said
atruck Miss Mitchell with a stick and
otherwise maltreated her. Havird like
wise cuffed the Harmon boy aboui
Indignation is Great.
It is said that Miss Mitchell wau
greatly frigbtened and for a littlh
while was on the verge of a completE
collapse. Miss Mitchell is an orphan
She is regarded as a most excellent
The community was greatly incens
ed when the news of Havird's conduct
was learned, 'but cool counsel prevail
ed and it w 's decided to let the la
-take its course. Some people strong13
advocated cow-hiding Havird.
At a meeting of the trustees Hav
rd's son was expelled.
Pope B. Havird has caused untold
'trouble and 'annoyance to the people
of that community for the past ter
years or more.
I'CURDY MISSES GOAL
BY FEW SCANT MILES
Flies Within Four Leagues of Welcom.
ing Cuban Coast-Rests on the
Haban'a, Jan. 30.-J. A. D. McCurdy
a Canadian by birth, but now affiliates
with American aviators, set a ne'm
record today in over-water flight, cov
ering a distance of close to 100 mile!
from Key West to within 10 miles 0:
Habana when, from a slight accident
he wa.s compelled to drop into the sea
There he remained, his biplane floated
"I have used
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I find it the best Liniment I ever
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most of the time. I thought she
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as directed and she never lies down
in the daytime now."
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by pon ;oons, until t.he life boat of the L
torpedo boat destroyer Terry picked!
With victory within his grasp, hisl
goal in plain view, an accident, trivial I
in itself, for which no provision was
possible robbed McCurdy of his almost I
won title of conqueror of the Florida!
Spilled Oil on Waters.
With Morro Castle scarce a dozen r
miles away, his aeroplane rushing at r
the rate of 50 miles an hour at an al
titude of 1,000 feet. a break in a small I
part of the engine, a ruptured crank s
case, permitting of the escape of all '
the lubricating oil, necessitated Mc-I
Curdy's immediate descen:. Habana r
was then in plain view and Camp Co- a
lumbia, where the landing was to be
made, was only a short distance be- t
yond. At the time of the (lescent the i
aeroplane was about equally distant f
from the Paulding and the Terry, a
which were about 10 miles apart. The i
aviator, when the sound of the engine I
told him something was wrong, in- a
t stantly shut off the power.1 He de
scended rapidly, swinging steadily to
the water and alightng as gracefully
as a gull with outspread wings.
The pontoons proved abundantly
buoyant, McCurdy not even wetting
Fall Seen on Ships.
The fall was seen by all the vessels
of the squadron and they .eaed in the 0
direction of the aeroplane at topmost
speed, the Paulding and the Terry ax
riving -almost simultaneously. Some
difficulty was experienced in maneouv- r
ering the destro--ers alongside the air
.-craft, but the aviator, si'tting there
apparently in contentment assured the
officers that he was perfectly safe and
that there was no necessity for haste.
The Terry's lifeboat t'ook him on and
finally he was taken aboard the Pauld
ing, but the efforts to hoist the ma
chine on the launching platform fail
Grappling irons were used and the
aeroplane was hauled to the deck in
a badly damaged condition.
PRESIDENT WILL PAY T
A VISIT TO ANDERSONv
Includes Electric City in His Itinerary. t
Other Points Will Also be Tak- e
Washington, Jan. 30.--President a
Taft today promised Miss Maria Barry
that while on 'his Southern tour be- 5v
ginning in the early part of March 'he 1:
would stop at the Barry sc'hool near c
Rome, Ga., an industrial school found- y~
ed by Miss Barry for poor white boys d
and girls of the South. The itinerary S
for the president's trip is practical-ly fi
completed. Leaving here the night of
March 8 and getting back'March 18,
he will visit Anderson, S. C., Atlanta,
the Barry school, Chattanooga, Se
wanee, Nashville, Cincinnati and
Cleveland, in the order named.
'HOUSE GIVES AID
TO SAN FRANCISCO r
Votes for That City for Panama Canal y
Exposition-Carries No Mone- f
Washington, Jan. 31.-The house to- e
day by a vote of 188 to 159 decided o
in favor -of San Francisco and against h
New Orlieans as the city in which an
exposition to celebrate the opening of d
the Patama canal in 1915- shall be 1
held. This vote was taken on a roll .t
call to determine whether the San p
Francisco resolution or the New Or- t:
leans bill should have consideration
in the house. On a final vote the San b
Francisco resolution was passed by ai
vote of 259 to 43.a
The advocartes of San Francisco are i
claiming tonight that their fight is b
won and that the senate will ratify
the aciion of the house.
FEATHIERSTONE WILL LEAVE
THE COUNTY OF LAURENS
Has Formed Partnership in Green
wood and Later Will )Iove to
That County. I
Greenwood, Jan. 31.--An announce- c
ment of grelat interest to his many r
friends all over the State is the de- t
cision of C. C. 'Featherstone to locate
'in Greenwood for the practice of law. t
He has formed a partnership with S. Is
H. McGhee, a well known member of It
the Greenwood bar and the new firm
will begin practice at once. Mr. t
Featherstonve will not move his f am- I
ily from Laurens to Greenwood for
Ithe present. He will defer this until
summer. However, he expects to come
at once to begin his work. As is knowxn
by the general public outside the pro-'
fessicn Mr. Featherstone ranks high]
as a lawyer and has a good practice
at Laurens where he is a member of t
the firm of Fertherstone & Ferguson.
He is a strong believer, however, inI
the future of Greenwood as a "coming
city" and believes that it is for his bestd
interests that he r'o'.? to Gr3nwood. C
He has a large numbne*r of warmI
I friends here wiv'~ ~,..* *1 ~
ecome a citizea of Grc?nwood and
ho will also be delighted to have
is family a part of the community.
"VICTED BOARDER GETS MAD
AND THRASHES HOUSEHOLD
Ltlanta Constitution, Jan. 31.
L. S. Lovelace, of 59 Weyman street,
vas in a peevish humor Saturday
tight. according to reports which
eached the police station, and taking
.mbrage at the thought of having to
aave his boarding place on Weyman
treet, proceeded to thrash the entire
ousehold in a thorough manner.
He met Mrs. Nettie Saffold and hieT
other-in-law in the house, and, using
stick -of stove wood, it is alleged,
:nocked one of them down with it, and
hen dealt the other a vicious slap. It
-also charged that he bit Mrs. Saf
old severely on the cheek. Sunday
fternoon he repeated the disturbance
a a smaller degree and was arrested.
,ovelace is said to have been drinking
t the time.
JAMES HENRY RICE, SR.
lasses Away at Ninety Six-Distin
guished Citizen, Valiant Soldier,
Ninety Six, Jan. 30.-The Hon.
anres H. Rice, State superintendent
f education during the administra
ion of Governor Richardson, died at
is residence here this morning at
.05. The funeral was held this after
oon at the Presbyterian church, of
rhich he was a ruling elder for over
James Henry Rice was born in Char
ston, August 8, 1838, the son of Mar
aret Ann and Ezekiel Rice. His fath
r, a native of Clonmel, County Tip
erary, Ircland, died within ten
ionths after James H. was born, and
; buried in the yard of the First Bap
;st church in Charleston.
Since his retir1ement from public life
:e has lived quietly at his home in
linety Six. He spent many of the
est years of his life in Sunday school
rork, being superintendent until ad.
ancing age compelled him to desist.
Few men enjoyed to' a greater extent
ie love of his neighbors of all class
s, and during his last illness they;
rere untiring in rendering devoted
ervce and in ministering to every
He leaves surviving him, besides his'
ridow, bwo sons, Manier La,wton, who
es at Ninety Six, and Jamis .Henrry,
hief game warden of South Carolina,
nho lives at Summerville, and a
aughter, Mrs. Hal T. Sloan, of Ninety
ix. Another son, Edward Carew, died
e years ago.
TWO NEGROES ESCAPE JAIL.
aluda Prisoners Enjoyed Corridor
Privileges, Now They Enjoy the
Free Open Air.
Saluda, Jan. 31.-The two negroes
ecently placed in jail here made their
scape yesterday afteirnoon, and as
et neither" of theen has been heard
rom. The'ir mode of escape was uni
ue, yet very simplie and easy. The
.iler was allowing -them the privil
ges of the corridor. The rear door is
f latticed iron or steel, hung on
inges. This was securely locked. By
ain strgth they bent this steel door
own from the top, and after folding
;snufficiently to permit their bodies
) pass through they climbed over a,nd
ushig the wooden shutter open "hit
Both were in jail charged with house
reking. One of them a few days ago
:is charged, broke into Powell's store
t Ridge spring, and the other was be
ag held for breaking into a tenant's
ouse on Matheny's place.
TILLMAN IS SILENT.
refuses to Express Opinion as to Ef
fet Governor's Seventh Message
Washington, Jan. 30.--Senator Till
tan tonight declined to express any
pinion as to what effect the mess-age
f Gov. Blease might have upon his
.emberhip on the boards of Win
brop arnd Cl'emson colleges.
It is known, however, that he feels
hat his membership on these board
entirely legal. There is no indica
ion here that Senator Tillmnan will
ander his resignation from either of
ese boards because of Gov. Blease's
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
By Frank M. Schumpert, Esquire,
WHEREAS, M. M. Buford made suit
to me, to grant him letters of admin
istration of the estate of and effects of
Mr. S. A. Buford,
THESE ARE THEREFORE to cite
and admonish all and singular the
kindred and creditors of the said Mrs.
S. A. Buford, deceased, that they be
and appear before me, i.n the Court of
Probate, to be held at Newberry, S. C.,
on the 6th day of February next af
ter publicaation thereof, at 11 o'clock
in the forenoon, to show cause, if any
they have, why the said administrationi
should not be granted.
GIVEN under my hand this 18th day
of January Anno Domini, 1911.
Frank M. Schumpert,
P'ENSION~ APPLICATION S.
I will be in the auditor's office each
Saturday during January for the pur
pose of preparing pension applications.
All persons interested are notified to
W. G. Peterson,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Court of Common Pleas.
Joseph L. Crooks, Plaintiff,
Jason Jones, Defendant.
*By an order of the Court herein, I
will sell at Newberry court house, at
public auction, to the highest bidder
theref or, during the legal hours of
sale, on Monday, the 6th day of Feb
ruary, 1911, being salesday, the fol
lowin'g described property, to wit:.
That lot of land lying in the town
of Newberry, in the section known as
Graveltown, in the county and State
aforesaid, containing one-fourth of an
acre, more or less, bounded on the
Miss Kontestant, work while slug
east by Philip street, on the south by
lot of Aurelia Lomax and on the west
by lot of Carrie -, on the
following terms to wit:
One-half of the parcnase money to
be paid in cash and the balance on a
credit of twelve months, with interest
from day of sale, the credit portion
to be secured by bond of the purchas
er and a mortgage of the premises
sold, with leave to the purchaser to
anticipate payment; the bond and
mortgage to provid.e for attorney's
fee of ten percentum of the amount
due in case same is collected by an
attorney with or. without suit. Pur
chaser to pay for papers and for re
H. H. RIKARD,
Newberry, S. C., Jan. 16, 1911.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLENENT.
Notice is hereby given that I will
make final settlement as administra
tor of the estate of J. C. Moore, de
cEased, in the probate court for New
berry county, on Wednesday, Febru
ary 1, 1911, a t11 o'clock in the fore
noon, and immediately thereafter ap
ply for letters dismissory as admin
istrator of said estate.
M. C. Morris.
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Do You Dread
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tnyielding upper leath
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foot troubles in their wake.
To many new shoes
mean torment for a week
with the sole made flexible,
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The top and vamp are of soft I
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in all the wear and all the sty]
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Made in all styles and pattern:
lace and button boots.
"I orgot to tell you to bring some sug.A."
You can afford to forge
a telephone in your home.
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