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THURSDAYJiDEC.. 7, 1911.
The Felder Case.
The case against Col. Thomas
B. Felder, the attorney who
was employed during Gov. An
Sel's administration by the dis
Pensary winding-up commis
sion, has created widespread
interest and notoriety.
As will be remembered, he
was Indicted by the winding-up
commission appointed. by Gov.
Blease for attempting to bribe
H. H. Evans, the chairman of
the dispensary board of control
In 1905. An account of the
charges and the result of the
case will be.found on the first
page of the Sentinel.
There are some features of
this case which are worth con
sideration by the public. The
first striking feature is that it is
alleged that Felder attempted
to bribe Evans, a state officer,
in 1905. No intimation was
ever made of suoh Ian offer until
1911. Evans, the state officer,
andtht-one attempted to be
bibed, kept the secret in his
own bosoi until through the
efforts of Felder the meshes of
the law had begun to wind
around Evans. Then there were
charges of corruption against
Blease. in connection with the
Ald state dispensary while he
was senator. The charges be
to look ugly, and doubtless
caised thQsewen much annoy
ance.7T was then that the
prosecution of Felder followed.
The thing is weak on its face.
After the lapse of five years,
and long after the state dispen
sary had been abolished, a pros
ecution was brought against a
man for- attempting to bribe a
s4ate official. Why did not
e thing'known
in his
re d
ju: y , andhaving
failed to do this,.one or two con
clusion' are inevitable, i. e., if
ch attempt was made, he*
'no regard it seriously, or
thprosecution of FelderI
onuth and to vent jroa
Anotiher noticea' le feature is
that the- winding-up commls
sion was in session at Columbia
at the time the warrant against
Feldea was sworn out, and in
stead of applying to one of the
magistrates in Richland county
for th wdarrant, the commission
embers to New
berry, t e omn ' Gov. Blease,
to swear out the warrant. {
What conclusions are deducible
-from this conduct? Does it not
imply that if the ,testimony
should be eak4{
- to sustain the ction in
Richland copersonal
lease and H.
would be expected to
a conviction in New
hr prominent feature Is
dut and action of the
ryatNewberry After
:the bill in their posses-j
oor three days they re
tcourt and asked
gewhether they could|I
consideration the prob
eto the county and*
effect upon the corn
idsociety. The judge
only he could reply,
eybelieved the testi
hewitnesses who had
ethem, and that the
awas in good faith,
theiriduty to find a true
" He f-jrher charged them:
"If you arxsatisfied the purpose
(the prosecistin) is not for the g
public good NdI will not end in
the pul4li{.. you can return*
no bill." T1e:. he warned them
to "put benind them every per
sonal consideraution and look toI
thie truth and the truth alone."
What controlled the grand
in finding no bill no one
ows and possibly will never
obut there are some strong
iderations and conclusions
be deduced from their inquiry
fthe court, the instructions
.given and the final action in the
In the first place it can be sur
mised that the testimony wasH
not sufficient to justify thenm in
sending the case toa petit JUry;
iti may be they did not believe
the wjinesses who were swornI
before them. In the next place
it can readily be inferred that
they did not regard the prosecu
tion as, for the public goodA
Whatever may have controlled
them, one thing is certain, that3
they did not regard it as serious
enough for thy petit jury to con-*
s ider. I
We'll need no Bell Ringer to ai
ichances of this week's Week
values offered, particularly in. Xnf
t ome to know its buying time---s
sale prices are in'force.
Thsese Prices for Frida
Big -Cut Prices<
Week End Sale Misses Suits. and
Prices on Cot- One lot iadies a
50 suits
ton Goods at
Ladies and
Less thansit
Ladies all 'wool
I U~'l eed o BLaie inergeo a'
VT chancesots ineblus Week
values otineineigh priculrl in.
* sale ricesBaeacingre
Week nd erale' Mis0cis n
jgriesoCo- Oeltldsa
18c.50 suits
tGoods Gigatmsie n
I5esc.a sie $000s
j WolealeLaes all woo]
Onelot10cdrssing fome pricV1.
black and ls
I~7odcotonchek aes alld woosl
Ladieshemstitche h dksie e atre
10 t cusomeroat e1 in l n
I overttatsnorme
Men Clotngt.
1 5 Grenll o
ffak en people to the buying
End Sale. In the face of the
ias gift thigs, People have
aving time --- when Week End
y and a turdoy only.
>n Ladies and
Long Coats. Some Extrma
,nd misses $12. -.Special all Over
the Store.
misses $15.00
$as gittig,7 epehv
8. 800 suits -
$11.95 Fxtra heavy bed con
yrg and facy o oly
es adies rough
atsng-Coat.9 Som Exta
n adse cl1t.h S1-cal aool sOverla
$2.95 *
$8.98 _____$3.48_ I
$ 11.9 diers 5cpant Ilr
g and faincdywis
it $4.95 Lage5ie c ln
esfancy roughd Oet smlbosve
ats made sut 4 9c
50 brad $13.5h Mens hallvyo ribbedp50c
back, p r$9 .unerwea $34
le res $20.gsuis 19c
Bs 5c caps
r prce forths.1.80
S$.45 3esa woi501
fac wsted ac otsmlbosve
an price suits0 $180
30 and$13.5 eshayrbe
erer.s onits
Mitchell "300
The Wonderf
You have probably heard a ko
well cars in the Glidden Tour whi<
ville, Fla. The facts of the matter
a were driven by professionals W
prepared for this trip and in tact v
start of the Glidden Tour.
The Mitchell was the only cai
classes. The Mitchell 4-4 in divis
Division No. 5 car from $2001 to ;
It was the only car in its class that
Brown, of Athens, Ga., who drove
with 34X5 cylinders, is an amateu
run started in New York. It was
Branch and when you think that h<
an amateur driver and brought the
class it reflects some credit on Dr.
No. which won in division No.
mechanician, Taking it all in all t
den Tour was the most wonderful <
We have a stock of. jhee Avt
-zitands~ieriand let us give y
what the MEl CHELL is.
Mitchell "25i
"The Car You Ongt
Silent a
Clothing, Shoes, Hats ai
Sole agents for Walk-Over Sh<
Sewing Machines, Chase City Buggie
Craig Bros. Co. want 30 bush
els white multiplying onions, at 4
$1 per bushel, in trade.
en-onyse rwieJ-For land anywhere in Pick- I
Ashmore. 'The Land Man."
For Sale. Fa)
One 15-acre tract Of nice land tion to
adjoining college lands in Cen- prove th
tral, S. C. Good 6-room house season a
and out-buildings Cheap. See easiest
or write C. W. GARRETT,. tee ever
Easlev, S. C.
FOR SALE;Pure Blue Strawa
and Golden Uhaff Seed Wheat We
at $1.75 per bushel. new feat
R. G. GAINES, o pi
2t Central, S. C. blads
FOR RENT-Wheat and corn chine, ar
mill and ginnery. Call on
nov23 t3 R. 3, Central,S. C.
FOR SALE.--400 bushels of We
corn at 75 cents per bushel. Range is
H. E. Hamilton, special;
Pickens, S. C. |our wind
R. F. D. No. 3. Con
Nov. 30, 1t Groc~erie:
55 acres three and a half miles rgt
east of Pickens, 25 acres in cul- TI*1
tivation, balance in pasture and P1
woodland; splendid neighbood; 1
good 7-room 2-story house. Let
me show you this place for I can,
make a price that will interest
you. Immediate possession if ----
you want it. See H. M. HES
TER, Pickens, S. C.
Passengers $1,350.
l Record Made by the
t of talk about the wonderful record of the Max
h was recently run from New York to Jackson
are that all Maxwell cars that made any record at
ith factory mechanicians. They were all specially
ent through a rigid course of training prior to the
that had the distinction of winning first in two
ion No. 2 from $8or to $I200 inclusively won first.
;3o0o was won by1. C. Brown i No. 19 Mitchell.
came through with a. perfect -score. Dr. L. C.
the No. i Mitchell which was a 5 passenger Six
r. He never:saw his car till two days before -the
delivered to him in New York by our New York
-had no mechaniciar and that he was absolutely
car through with a clean score, thc only one in his
Brown and a whole lot on the Mitchell. .Mitchgll
i was also driven by an amateur driver with no
ie performance of the Mitchell cars in the last Glid
)f any of those among the entries.
wmbim-9ha- w',be glad to'fe-yu..
ou a demonstration. This will prove conclusively
2 Passengers, $1,000.
it to Have
ie Price You Ought .to Pay."
i tW, Foot of Time. *
d Gents' Furnishing Goods's Specialty.
es, Hawes Hats, Iron .King Stoves, New Home
s, Mitchell Wagons and.Mitchell Automobiles.
plowing time is here and we want to atten
Win. J. Oliver Turn Plow on the market to..d4To
is-ask any owner We sold 50 of these plows last
nd only had one broken frog returned. The frog is
part about a turn plow to get broken and we guari
r one of the Wm.J. Oliver Plows.
1k Cutters.
have got the best thing yet in a stalk cutter. Thi
ure about them is arrangement of the cutter pa't
gs which, when striking a solid substance, enables the
a give. This is an important feature about this ma
d will have to be seen to be appreciated. 9
yes and Ranges
carry a full iine o1 these articles. The "Tip Top"
as good as can be found. We also want to call your
attention to the "Odessa" Cost Range on display in
ow. This is a beauty. .wemn
te in and see us. We carry a complete -iine of
and Hardware of the better kind and will treat you
cens Hdw. & Gro. Co.
T. R ALLEN, Mar'ager.

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