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POLICE IN JAIL.
Officers of TownTille Held at Ander
son, Charged With Crime Last
Anderson, Dec. 1S.-H. W. Holcom'
chief of police of Townville; J. I
Woolbright, a policeman; Baskin Sear
and Jim Baldwin, who were called i
by the officers to assist them in ar
resting Doc Welborn. a young moun
taineer, on the night. of September 2t
1910, were lodged in the jail here tc
night charged with the murder of Wel
born. Welborn was arrested for drunk
enness about 9 o'clock at night an
three hours later the guard house wa
The arrests came as the result c
detective work of M. C. Long, formerl
court stenographer of this circuit, bu
now an attorney at Walhalla. He ha
been working on the case for severa
weeks and it is understood that h
has gathered evidence to 'show tha
Welborn was murdered before bein
placed in the gaurd house and tha
the house was burned to hide th
Gave Up Voluntarily.
The four men came to Anderson to
day and voluntarily surrendered whei
they learned that the warrants ha,
been issued. The warrants were is
sued by local magistrate upon the af
fidavits of the foreman and a membe
of the grand jury. When seen at th
jail tonight the four men declared tha
their arrest is due to prejudice bu
they refused to name the person o
persons whom they think are behin
the move to convict them.
The four men are marri-ed and hav
families. Welborn's widow and chi]
dren are now working in a cotton mi'
here. Chief Holcomb said tonight tha
in his opinion Welborn set fire to th
guard house while lighting a cigarett
or in attempting to burn his way t
Mr. Long was communicat-ed wit
tonight and he said he would com
to Anderson on Wednesday to reprE
sent the -solicitor when the prisoner
"would appear before Judge Prince fo
The arrest of- the four men ha
eaused considerable excitement in th
Townville section and today many c
the leading business men of that tow
came to Anderson to go on the bond
for their release. An effort is besin
~made tonight to get Mr. Long to corn
to Anderson so that the applicatio:
for bail can be made tomorrow.
Mr. Long's ability in detective worl
w'as shown several months ago whe:
Le brought to justice Cantrell, Gaine
and Angel, three white men, for th
murder of Emmerson near Walhalls
At the time it was thought that Em
merson was killed by a train but M2
Long worked on the case until he se
cured sufficient evidence to bring th
three men from as many States and t
hav'e them sentenced for the murde
and sent to the State penitentiary.
RACE TRACK CASE.
Supreme Court Rules 'on Proceeding
Against Racing-Techical Point
The supreme court yesterday refus
ed a motion for an order allowing th
petitioners to withdraw the injunctio:
* proceedings brought by citizens of Cc
~Imbia against the Columbia Racin
association to enjoin the racing muec
an-d' s-t for hearing on January 4. Th
action of the court was based on th
.fact that the South Carolina Agricul
-tural and Mechanical society, a part
to the action had not 'been, served wit
-notice of the motion. The action c
the: court means that the racing mee
-wilI continue at :>e State fair ground
until that date at least.
Several days ago Attorney Genera
Lyon said that he would ask that th
proceedings brought by James A
Hoyt, set for hearing on January 4 b
discontinued. He also issued a state
ment in which he gave the opinion tha
infjunction proceedings would Ii
agaiTnst the alleged gaming place con
d'ucted' in connection with the race
andi that if tne proper affidavits wer
filed withi him he would bring imme
L~as~t Saturday several affidavit
'were filed 'with the attorney genera
alleging that a gaming place is bein,
conducted in connection with the rac
*Had the proceedings brought by Ma
Hoyt been discontinued, it was the ii
tention of the attorney general to fl
a new case and ask for immediate at
tion, based on the new affidavits file<
Mr. Lyon was out of the city yestei
day and the State was represented b
M. P. DeBruhi, the assistant attorne
The defendants were represented i
Nelson, Nelson & Gettys, attorneys<
Columbia. They contended before ti
+cut ht the State Fair society ha
not been properly notified of the mo
tion to discontinue the present pro
The races at the State fair grounds
will continue until the latter part of
the month, when the horses will be
,icarried to Charleston for the 75-dayl
X meet that is to begin on January 10.
s: The2 supreme court indicated yester
I day that additional affidavits might
- be filed to substantiate the case al
- ready pending before the court.
Thea hearing on the case was to have
- been held on December 13, l ut upon
- motion of Columbia attorneys, Mr.
- Hoyt, the petitioner agreeing, was
I postponed until January 4, several
s days after the meet closes here. The
additional affidavits were filed by Jos.
Norwood, Dr. William Lindsay and
Dr. J. M. Quattlebaum to take the
t place of the action brought by Mr.
Hoyt. Under the ruling of the su
1 preme court, it is hardly probable that
:the last named case will ever be
t brought, as the first proceeding now
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* HONOR ROLL CITY SCHOOLS. *
* For Month Ending December S.
r Grade 10-James C. Kinard, Lance
Swindler, Lois Hipp, Marian Jones,
Rose Herbert, Nancy Wertz, Alice Can
t non, Annie Kibler, Kate Neel, Bessie
r Lake, Mamie Paysinger, Florence Mor
ris, Clara Bowers, Estelle Caldwell,
Moriat Hayes, Sara Simmons.
Grade 9-Trent Keitt, Amy Wertz,
e Amelia Klettner, Willie Wicker, Annie
Lominick, Cornelia Mayer, Margaret1
i Renwick, Frank Wright, Alice Barker,
t Margaret Davis, Faye Rikard, Sara
Williamson, Genia Wheeler.
Grade 8-Teressa Maybin, Oscar
Blackwelder, Marian Earhardt, Rosa
lee Summer, John Kinard, Herman
Langford, Sara Halfacre, Cora Lomin
e ick, Neely Cromer, Marie Evans, Myr
tis Miller, Annie Mann, Julia Lake,
r Nellie McCrary, 0. Benedict Mayer,
Rosa Amick, Marion Baxter, Dora Ed
dy, Harriett Rutherford, Abraham
Vigodsky, Heyward Ewart, Saluda
s Blease, Gordan Leslie, Mahon Smith,
6 Boundary Street
aGrade 7-Eddie May Parr, Margaret
Grade 6-Blanche Dickert, Ruth
'Porter, Bertha Gallm an, Anna Coe1
Keitt, George Rodelsperger, JohnI
Floyd, Nat Gist,- James Kinard, Clyde*
Ward, Edward Davis.
Grade 5-Ruth Blackwelder, Azile
Parr, Frances Houseal, May Frances
Cannon, Roberta Mann, Ruth Schum-1
pert, Harriet Mayer, Marguerite Spear
Grade 4--May Tarrant, Harry Ept
ing, Robert Schumpert, -Mary Klett
ner, Hattie Mary Buford, Daggett Nor
wood, Margarete Werts, Ellis William
son, Karl Kinard.
Grade 3-Aubrey Tilley, Clark Floyd,
Herman Dickert, Carroll Summer,
Olivia Stewart, Claudia Wheeler,
Janies? Dell Paysinger, Annie Ward,
8Frances Jones, Aileen Dunn, Mildred,
Tarrant, Fredna Schuxnpert.
Grade 2-John Chappell, HIenry'
Lominack, Harold Hipp, Everett Hipp,
Paul Fulenwider, Legare Tarrant, Hu
bert Schumpert, James Wallace, John
Rikard Schumpert, Ella Dunn, Colie
Blease, Elizabeth Mimms, Elizabeth!
Wright, Elizabeth Kinard, Mariet
tSchumpert, Mildred Paysinger, Mil
e dred Werts.
eGrade 1-Wright Can'non, Buford
Cromer, Garland Taylor, Lois Culbert
son, Dorothy Denning, Ruth Goldberg,
Margaret Kinard, Mazie Kinard, Ruby
ISpeers Street School
s Grade 7-Henry Rikard, Ruth Dig
1 by, Kathryn Harms, Mildred Evans,
Joe Norwood, Mary Eliza Mahon, Elise
We have the
line of firework
Peterson, Mattie Lou Wicker, Carlisle
Fridy, Robert West, Dorothy Taylor.
Grade 6-Edward Davis, Jack Dun
ston, Sarah Thompson, Grace Wilbur,
Joe Vigodsky, Susie Davenport, Gussie
Sligh, Claude Werts, Lee McSwain.
Grade 5-Sophia Nell Crotwell
Nancy Fox, Emily Hoof, Walter Lind
say, Joe Wertz.
Grade 4-Edwin Setzler, Susi.
Maude Wilson, Sue Ella Peterson
M'arguerite Jacobs, Abbie Gaillard
Grade 3-Mary Alice Suber, Mary
Ellen Lake, Droaddus Wertz, Mars
Digby, Fred Weir.
Grade 2-Edit Wilson, Louise Thom
as, Ida Stewart, Blanch-e Counts, Nelli(
Lake, Blanche Sale, Jessie Earhard:
Winnie Taylor, Preston Lambright
William McSwain, Welch Wilbur.
Grade 1-Caroline Weeks, Delmai
Bailes, Elizabeth Harms, Marie Long
John Law Epps, Leland Wilson, Corte2
Sanders, C. P. Koon, Manning Jacobs.
West End School.
Grade 6-AnniE Kinard, Nolia
Banks, Janie Vines, Enoch Bradley.
Grade 5-Bernice Caldwell.
Grade 4-Elise Kyzer.
Grade 3-Annie Mae Bedenbaugh
Maud Gilliam, Mabel Jones, Ad, Liv
ingston, Janie Padgett, Eva Rister,
Carrie Nell Swindler, Bernice Camp
sen, Clinton Matthews, James Cald
well, Irby Goree, B. F. Tompkins, Ma
rion Longshore, Fred Thomas.
Grade 2-Rosa Copeland, Emma
Franklin, Flemmer Jones, Eva Robert
son, Alice Thompson, Leroy Copeland
Thomas Davis, Olin Lever, Oscar M-l
ton, Joe Morse.
Grade 1-Novice Bouknight, Chris
tina Danielsen, Helen Jones, LessiE
Morse, Alphonso Campsen, Claren'c
Franklin, George Sharp, Lucile Ware
FIRST CLASS REPAIR SHOP.
I am running a First Class Repai
Shop at 910 West Main Street, New
berry, S. C. I repair nearly every
thing made .of iron or steel, such ac
Bicycles, Guns, Locks, Sewing Ma
chines, &c. I am also agent for th(
cerebrated Olds Engines, Corn Shel
ers, Feed Grinders, Cream Separa
tors, Wood Sawing Outfits and Trac
tion Engines and Ploughis.
If you wish an everlasting f-ence
around your yard. or cemetery lot, il
will pay you to see me, as am ageni
for the Stewart High Grade Iror
J. M. SWINDLER.
ANNAL M~EETING OF THE B0ARII
The board of health of the town o1
Neberry will meet in annual session
Tuesday, January 2, 1912, at 4 'o'cloci
p. m., for the purpose of electing a
secretary and health officer for th'E
ensuing year, the salary for secretary
is ten ($10.00) dollars per month, and
for health officer fifty ($50.00) dollars
per month. Ali applicants for these
positions must send in their applica
tion to the chairman of the board no1
later than Monday, January 1.
S. S. Cunningham,.
F. D. Mower, M. D. Secr'etary.
SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY.
On Thursday, December 28, 1911, ai
11 a. in., I will sell to the highest bid
der, at Jalapa, the following personal
property: Nine mules, one horse, fiv<
wagons, two buggies, two log carts
two log wagons, one pair .oxen, tw(
milch cows, one Thomas grain drill
one two-horse disc plow, householi
furniture. Terms of sale cash.
12-19-2t. Mrs. Tula A. Aull.
s ever brought
Captal Stock2f -
Reto ecortayr c t sp nad ino
-Promoe.s a lxint, Pubian
ffealth rgot-tp it (N.*"
aligout.' Is not a dye. . and Gree
$1.00 and 50c. at Drug Stores or direct upee1:0 .m
receipt of price and- dealer's name. Send 1lc. yille to C
for sample bottle.-Philo Hay Specialties Co., i 13
INewark, N. J., U. S. A. ba13
3 Hay*s Harfina Soap is unequaled Charlestc
for Shampooing the hair and keeping the Scalp ' m
clean and healthy, also f[i- red, rough chapped 2:4- D n
Ihands and face. 25c. at Druggists. bia to Gi
REFUSB ALL SUBSTITUTES
For sale and guaranteed by Gilder' 9: 05 p. in.
&~ Weeks, Newberry, S. Q. ville to C
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A Fiee Nght .larmn.--,a
s the b&.'arse, st2.rtling cough of' a....
'1hild, suddenly attacked by croup. Of- ae.s
ten it aroused Lewis Chamblin, of Man
chster, 0., (R. F. D. 2) for their four
children. were greatly subject to croup. I
"Sometimes in severe attacks," he L
wrote, "we were afraid they would die,'
ut since we proved what a certain gIIR
remedy Dr. King's New Discovery is,~ UU
we have no0 fear. We rely on it for
croup and for coughs, colds or any OF (
throat or lung trouble.'' So do thou
sands of others. So may you. Asthma, .- -
hay fever, la grippe, whooping cough,
hemorrtiages fly before it. 50c.- and No,
$1.00. Trial bottle free. Sold by W. E. Cat
Pan & Son val
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,ga
County of Newberry. u
By Frank M. Schumpert, Esquire, Pro- q
bate Judge. for
IWhereas, Mrs. Josephine Taylor and
and Charles P. Barre hath made suit No*
to me to grant them Letters of Admnin- uf
istration of the Estate of and effects of
J B. Taylor. -troll
These are Therefore to cite and ad
mnish all and singular the kindred Hoi
and Creditors of the said J. B. Taylor
1deceased, that they be and appear For
before me, in the Court of Probate, to. full
be held at Newberry, S. C., on the 2nd judi
day of January next after publication witi
threof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,;
to show cause, if any they have, why
the said Administration should not be:
Given under my Hand, this 14th day'
of December, Anno Domnini, 1911. Space
Frank M. Se''umpert,
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