Newspaper Page Text
ICT BALLEW; GETS SIX
EARS; ACQUIT WILSON.
ter two hours' deliberation, the
sitting on the trial of Wade Bal
and Robert Wilson, charged with
der in connection with'the killing
olice Chief Holcombe, of Easley,
:30 Friday night returned a ver
of "Guilty of Manslaughter"
nst Ballew and a verdict of "Not
ty" as to Wilson. Ballew was
tenced to serve six years. in the
small number in the court room
rd the reading of the verdict by
clerk of court, and the passing
sentence upon 3allew by Judge T.
Mauldin. During the day the
urt room was crowded as rebuttal
stimony was taken and arguments
ere made by the attorneys.
Ballew pleaded self defense, claim
g that the Easley chief was reach
ng for his pistol when he shot him.
ilson donied any part in the shoot
ng of Chief Holcombe but admitted
thooting three times at Rural Police
:nan Lesley, claiming that Lesley was
3iring upon him.
For the defense, Attorneys Hovey
"arle, E. M. Blythe and 13. F. Mar
in made arguments, and arguments
or the state were made by J. P.
'arey, Jr., Sam B. Craig and Solie
:or David W. Smoak. The case was
ne of the hardest fought ever tried
1 this section. Tho trial was start
d Wednesday morning and lasted
BANK OF 4
F. B. MORGAN, Pres.
Idle Money is like idle w
brecds mosquitos----5o idle mone:
your community. We aerpt a
0p; an account with Us and p
neL ing yourself and your co
Wte buy ljbecrty, Hon~ds fu:"
not ont-n a Sav'ing s nant and
oU have enough then let us buy :
BANK OF CENTR
Full line of K<
films, film packs, d
L olicit your order for
We have a profitable plai
C 50 without obligation on your
24 STONE ST.
How are the f
after 8:80 P. M. half rate
Ask Long Distance foi
SOUTHERN BELL T
IMPORTS AND EXPORTS CON
TINUE TO FALL.
Washington, June 11.-Both ex
ports and imports continued to fall
off in May, but the month's trading
resulted in a favorable balance of
$122,000,000 for the United States,
figures made public today by the De
partment of Commerce showed.
Exports for May totalled $330,
000,000 as against $340,000,000 in
April, while imports for the month
were $208,000,000 as compared with
$256,000,000 in April.
For the eleven months ended with
May, exports totalled $6,180,000,000
as against $7,480,000,000 for the
corresponding months of 1920 while
imports aggregated $3,472,000,000
as compared with $4,688,000,000.
The Liberty township singing con
veltion will meet with Rices Creek
1iaptist church the third Sunday,
June 19th, beginning at 9:30 o'clock
a. in. Everybody come and bring
your song books and well filled bas
kets. Let us sing and eat together.
Be sure to bring dinner to help us
out and you surely will hear some
good singing, as this is the place we
always have a grand time.
R. C. Robinson, Pres.
C. E. Rogers, Sec. and Treas.
B. E. Allen, Cashier
", S. C.
ater. Idle water stagnates and
stagnates and does not build
Lcounts as low as one dollar.
your money to work, thereby
you or sell them for you. Why
:ave regularly each week until
ou a Liberty Bond.
AL, Central, S. C.
I 9iEii ii immi9i
AL, S. C.
)daks and Cameras,
3veloping done. We
quick service by mail.
hL, S. C.
to offer you. Wire for letter
olks at home?
SThe man who travels
can always keep in
touch with the wife
and loved ones at
home. The low STA
TION TO STATION
toll rate gives you this
ple'asure atsmalJ cost
with a minimum of 25c.
rates and details.
FROM FOREST TO THE HOME
it is intndedl for, every piceC of lum
ber sold here is rigidly and frequent
ly inspected. These inspections in
sure a uniformity of quality that
makes for a first class and enduring
building no matter wh'lat its charac
ter. It always pays to buy the hest
t-. W. HAMILTON
CEDAR ROCK LOCALS.
Crops in this section are looking
fine at present.
larmers have a nice little job on
their hands now. That is cutting
The singing which was held at the
home of Mr. Nicholas Stansell was
enjoyed by all present.
If you want to hear good singing,
come to Cedar Rock.
Rev. E. M. Bolding delivered a
fine sermon Sunday morning at
Cedar Rock. The subject of his dis
course being '"Regeneration."
Miss Sallie Singleton, of Atlanta,
and Miss Elsie Singleton, or West
minster, are visiting the former's
brother, A. W. Singleton.
Miss Clifford Bagwell spent the
day with her friend, 1l iss Eileen
Anthony, last week.
Well, friends and corresponldents,
did you all take a spin in the acro
plane June 3? )id I? No, bud,
my life insurance policy has expired.
ir. and Mrs. Crockett Ilendrix
spent Sunday with the former sis
ter, Mrs. J. L. Anthony.
Mir. and \Irs. Verner Watson, of
the Three and ''wenty section, are
visiting Mr. and Airs. Nick Stansell.
Mr. Robert Stewart and son, John,
of Pickens, were visitors in the home
of J. H. Miller Sunday.
Miss Ollie Smith, who has been
setying with her sister, irs. Jack
Jones, has returned to her home in
the Brushy Creek section.
Miss Mainie Ramey, of Walhalla,
is visiting her friend, 'Miss Ina
Looper, at present.
Mr. and Mrs. Remus llenderson,
of Anderson, spent Sunday with the
latter's parents, Mir. and Mrs. elD.
liss. Nellie lBall spent Sunday
with her friend, MAiss Caro Singleton.
Say, all you correspondents, wake
up and give us some real good news.
Married on Sunday evening, the
J 2th inst., at the residence of the
oficiating officer, fir. Charlie Pit
man to MiTss Annie Rackley, both of
Liberty, J. Alonzo Brown, N. P., at
Hon. J. S. Leopard, of Cateechee,
left last Monday morning for Colum
bia to meet with the Highway Com
mission Board Tuesday to assist in
securing Pickens county's part of the
state aid for public highways.
LAD KILLED WHEN HIT BY AUTO
WHICH SPEEDS ON.
Sixteen Year-Old Driver of Car Held
.J. C. Finley, Jr., 9-year-old son of
J. C. Finley, Sr., of 701 Buncombe
street, wvas almost instantly killed
about 6 :30 yesterday afternoon
when struck on Butler avenue by an
automobile dIriven by .Joe Donahoo,
aged 16, who is held at the county.
Donahoo, who was arrested shortly
after 9 o'clock last night following a
persistent investigation on the part
of city police, admitted dIriving the
car wvhich struck young Findley, but
stated that he and his companions
were so frightened that they did not
stop to investigate the damage done.
According to Donahoo, he was driv
ing the car while those in the car
with him were Townes Hodges, Joe
McCall and Bingo Merrick. Dona
hoo was the only one of the quartet
arrested last night, being found at
his home on Whitsett street and
taken to the county jail where he
spent the night. He is the young son
of L. S. 'Donahoo, a .well known
wholesaler of this city, wvho moved to
Greenville from Spartanburg about
'two years ago.
When approached by the police,
who learned the occupants of the car
partly because of the punctured radi
ator sustained in the collision and
partly by a cap found near the wreck,
'which was saidl to belong to Dona
hoo, Donahoo did not (deny being the
(driver of the car and imnmediately in
quired as to the injuries inflicted
upon the lad. He expressed regret
when told that the injuries had prov
en fatal.--Greenville News, 13th.
MIGHTY FINE, I'LL TELL YOU.
E~very one who sings or likes sing
ing is invitedl to meet with the Glen
wood Baptist church next Sunday
evening, June 19th, at 8:00 o'clock
in our regular third Sunday night
singing. Everybody readly Let's
J. R. Martin J. HI. Earle
Greenville, S. C. Pickens, S. C.
MARTIN & EARLE
Pactice In All Courts.
PcesOffce in Court House.
Gireenville Offce opposite Postolmee,
Goodrich 30 x 3
anti-skid safety tread
1. One quality
2. extra size
3. Specially designed
5. Fair price
SEND US YOL
South Carolina's College
:<571 ACRES OF LAND. VALUE PLANT 4
DEGREE COURSES. VALUE
Agriculture, (Seven Majors).
Chemistry. A techn:
Chemical Engineering. insurance
Civil Engineering, earning ca
Electrical Engineering, estate of
M~echanical Engineering, trained ar
Textlie Industry. erty and o
General Science. lina, bt t
SHORT COURSES. at Clemsc
Textile Industry, within the
SUMMER SCHOOL. the payni
June 13--July 23. Governmei
Agricultural Teachers, dents, still
Cotton Graders. D o
College Make-up. culie tot
~rmoval of Entrance Condi.. clee thi
Aricultural Club Boys. ahead. t
R. 0. T. C.-Clemson is a member of th
All R. O. Tr. C. studenlts receive financial assi
S:!00O per year during the junior and senior
FOR FULL INF
A PPLICATIONS: WILL B.nE
reduced 20 per cent
The last word in Quality
The best word in Price
SILVERTC wN CORDS
SIZE An~ti-Skid Safety Tread TUBES
303 *24.50 $2.55
S32-3% $32.90 $290
3_24 _)_L85 3
33x4 243 3.70
smoeto 30x3 $12.00 safety 52x4 $16:90
1safety 30x3 *13.45 Sfty 33 4 l.2&30
safety 30x3% 16 00 Safety 33"%*. 15fciv a
a Efetie ay 2, (
Jo e Points ofExcellene
The name of Goodrich on a tire means
one quality only Like all other Goodrich
tires this 30x 31 is one quality. This stand
ard is a fixed principle, and that quality
must be the best our resources, skill and
experience can produce.
THE B. .GOODRICH RUBBER COMPANY
The Enineerin Gadch riculure.n
tires, thisx3isdene lt.Thssad
ard $2,300,000.rnciple ENOLMNd 19h9'2t ,0li4.
maeucatio be the best orrsucs kl n
Tgans har ti. ODICn RBE OPN
paciy, i ma equl a
ca eCotege is thcompaeraleemanai- n hn
-sugaintl o tim o. I b eladsvnyfu-ersh
reachti mfay alitioshpinteArcluaad
$5000 Foru aol n-a.tl ores ah shlr
bisuret iio pan e n 10frtiinap
re b h ini Sot ar-toedqal vrth oryas
uher tor educ tion Acost.-toscoarhp i
nllo llehe financimarl thdnifarAruturi-ore
-suficnlowpare thseshoashpr--wot $0
in Souh Caroina. h mustege maintain ompetitiv
hips, free tuitio and veonty fuprntendrn scof
nt by i the UntdSatsgraio Jly8h icural hn
plowthnfnacilsifanCr d $1ofr e ition pappor
eeyo frm te iong tted couanty oer wilhe given tors
.opotnte thtlethoe o Yare Agriculturag fore
tescholarships afr en wot$0
senio divsion f anh Re ition Offic 40. Trai en Colrp -
stnc fomth JY~Q~~Gexmntn thich arehing abu
Credit foNexamiTatonR pIsse
CLEtONCO hEGE S.nt Cetwllbivnt
3RMAIOE N RTE ORDER RECE D