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TO STARVE OUTLAW GANG.
Fosse Fiud It Possible to Move Only
in Gray Dawn or Foggy
? Hillsville, Ya., March 25.?"They
L 1- - ^ 1 ,1 O Tf, Hut
Citll us sfveiax ua.?o w?.?v ,
no longer; they can't get food -enough
B This was the statement tonight of
B the leaders of the posses which are
B hunting the Allen outlaws for the
Bsourt house murders of March 14.
B Alter another day's hide-and-seek
|1 Bup and down the south side of the:
Blue Ridge, in which the posses often
~? -nul oven found'
V\cie HtUi liic .-iin.ic -----
the initials from Sidna's saddle pad,
V part of his horse's bridle and the
[ remains of a meal hastily eaten by
the outlaws on the retreat, the de|
tectives declared their final assault
h- upon the gang might be delayed several
Able to proceed only in the gray of
| dawn or the cloudy mist of nightfall, i
I the posses today cautiously picked!
their way to the edges of several1
fc lo^or^c n-hprfl rbev siiDnosed the Al-1
lens might be.
Can't Move at Xight.
"The posses can not move at \
night," said one of the leaders. "To
move about in the thick blackness of!
the mountains might mean a fall overj
a precipice. To use lanterns would
1 awaken the countryside and set up a i
barking of dogs that would betray us. j
I All we can do is dash for the hiding
I ^places early in the day, make sure
L that the Aliens spent the night there
then follow their trail.
| ^ "We have guards at all the feasible
i ""exits from the mountains ana me
Aliens can not get away."
A posse of 14 spent last night in
Floyd Allen's barn. R. H. Willis, one j
of the attorneys for the Aliens, de- j
clared today that the families of
Floyd and Victor were destitute and j
that neighbors feared to aid th-tm.
When the reconstructed Carroll j
bounty court convenes tomorrow some ;
indictments for complicity in the court!
liouse assassination are expected. The!
present indications for murder against
members of the Allen gang probably
will be dismissed tomorrow on a technicality.
Judge Massie, assassinated!
at the term of court
(un uic wuv"
which, returned them, was prevented i
from issuing the order for empaneling:
the jury. Judge Staples, who arrived
toiay, will empanel a jury which will I
return substitute indictments more1
complete than those drawn in the excitement
two days after the tragedy. ;
Sheriff George M. Edwards returned
here today and declared that the
week's siege in the mountains with
jhe inclement weather had almost
completely exhausted the posses.
Sheriff Edwards said that Saturday
and Sunday night not one of the posse
was able to obtain food or shelter.
9 The sheriff busied himself today j
I with summoning a new grand jury
for the convening of court tomorrow.
B preparation for the session Attor-.<
m Ay General Samuel Williams, repreHsenting
Gov. Mann, and acting Judge
| Walter R. Staples reached here to
I *The defense authoriz-sd the statement
that a change of venue would
not be asked for Victor Allen and
Byrd Marion, in jail in Roanoke, and <
H thai no decision had been reached as
j to Floyd Allen's cas:. The arraign- ,
I ment of the prisoners will be held ,
I April 15.
I COAL GAS KILLS EIGHTY-TWO. !
dtelosion in West Virginia Mine Ends
Four Score Lives?Only Eleven
P Welch, V.T. Va., March 2C.?Eightyxwo
men were killed today by a gas :
explosion in the Jed Coal and Coke
Company's mine at Jed, W. Va., a half
dozen miles from here. Only 11 men
g^^ped alive and one of these died
Khin an hour after being brought' *
mhe surface. Tonight 33 bodies had
hi located and the rescuers hoped
?ve them out shortly. Exploring
Res will have covered all of the
IR by 3 o'clock Wednesday morning
Kxpect to have all the bodies out ;
^^oon. j i
The explosion took place before
Ion and probably only the 11 men
orking at the foot of the shaft had
chance for their lives. They ready
made their way up the cages,
hich were not damaged, and though;
ytie^of the blades of the fans were!
lattered, they continued to operate
ith the fortunate result thai enough!
Ir was present to admit searching
Relief Work Begun
I-ess than half an hour after the
:WS of the explosion had been com- i
jnicated to thfe place, relief mens- <
es were in order. Oxygen helmets ^
Jpther appliances were rushed
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R. T. CECIL, A. B.,
Principal Cecil's Business School, !
Spartanburg, S. C.
It will be remembered that Prof.'
Cecil conducted a successful busi- j
ness school here a few years ago.
He wishes to announce to his pat-i
rons and friends that he is now permanently
located in Spartanburg, and;
fully prepared to give thorough!
courses in the commercial branches.
Kis brother is principal of Cecil's
Business school in Anderson, S. C. i
Fnr the Durnose of broadening our
work and conducting our schools oil
the highest plane of educational attainment,
in its specialty of imparting
first-class instruction in the commercial
branches, we have established
two permanent schools: one in Anderson
and the other in Spartanburg,
embracing the whole of the Piedmont
region of South Carolina where innumerable
enterprises are being developed,
attracting capital and skilled labor
from a1! parts of the country.
Our long and favorable asquaint- j
ance with the leading business men
m tiie different piacos wnere we nave
conducted schools gives us a peculiar
advantage in assisting our students!
to secure pleasant and lucrative employment,
not only in Anderson and!
Spartanbnrg but all over the States
of North and South Carolina.
We have one of the best equipped
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with an established reputa-j
We teach penmanship, mathematics, i
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So great is the demand upon us for I
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CECIL'S BUSINESS SCHOOL,
Spartanburg or Anderson, S. C.
United States Steel corporation mine,
nearby, a government mine rescue
car en route to Huntington, W. Va.,
was turned back on .telegraphic orders
from Washington and another
car was started from Pittsburg. The
first car reached here shortly after
noon and the experts immediately
conceded that all in the mine were
State mine inspectors promptly organized
rescue parties and began the
exploration of the mine. As the gases
were cleared out by the fans they
began searching of the lower levels
and immediately began to come upon.
miners; killed almost instantly.
Volunteers at Work.
naorVir cent ovnpripnr
Ulilt'i iillllCO 11 Cttl WJ v. w
e?d foremen to lead hundreds of volunteer
rescuers, who flocked to the scene
as the news spread about the countryside.
The usual scenes of horror and
grief which attend mine disasters
were lacking here today. Xo families ,
of the miners crowded about the;
mouth of the mine. Women have kept
within their homes, overcome with
grief and distraction.
The mice was inspected last Friday
and was pronounced safe. The preliminary
investigations today have not
divulged the cause of the explosion.
Some local mine men are inclined to
regard it as a pnysicai pueuuiiieuuu.
Barometers in this vicinity have been
showing usually low readings for the
last week without the usual atmospheric
The families of the dead men find
themselves in sore straits. Work lias
been very slack at the mine. Outside;
aid will bo asked.
Ideal Temperature of Room.
An ideal room temperature for the
sedentary is that between GO and 70
degrees. Below these temperatures the
heat regulating apparatus of the body
finds it necessary to close up tho
peripheral vessels more or le?s, internal
congestion slowly begins and
:he conditions for a cold are secured.
Creates Fine Appetite, Makes Rich
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>E>VBERRY OPERA HOUSE FORRENT.
The City Council of Newberry, S. C.,
invites sealed bids for the lease of the;
Newberry opera house for a term of j
three (3) years, beginning April 25,
1912. House has a seating capacity of
900. Only theatre in Newberry county.
Town has population of 6,000. Bids
must be filed prior to April 1, 1912.
Rent to be paid monthly in advance, j
All bids to be accompanied by a certi-j
fied check for $."0, as evidence of good;
faith. Checks will be returned to un-j
successful bidders. Successful bidder j
will be required to give surety bond
fnr fivp hnndrerl ($500) dollars to!
guarantee performance of conditions!'
of lease. Right reserved to reject any
and all bids. For further information, j
address, and file bids with Jno. R. j
Scurry, C'.erk and Treasurer, New- j
berry, S- C 1-19-tf. j
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
By Frank M. Scliumpert, Esquire, j
WHEREAS, Mrs. Jane C. Whitman!
and Mrs. Sallie Eargle made suit to j
me to grant them letters of administration
of the es ate of and effects of;
E. P. Whitman,
THESE ARE THEREFORE to cite:
and admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of the said E. P.!
Whitman, deceased, that they be and j
appear before me, in the Court of j
Probate, to be held at Newberry, S. C.,
on the 30th day of March, next after
publication thereof, at 11 o'clock in
the forenoon, to show cause, if any i
they have, why the said administration
should not be granted.
GIVEN under my hand, this 14tb
day of March, Anno Domini, 1912.
Frank M. Schumpert,
J. P. N; C.
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