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TIN S PROMISE
MUDIATE ACTION 16 WRGED BY
JUDGE AGAINST VKRY 'FORU
OEB ACTS OF 1 1
Aged Storekeeper and Wife Brutally
Beaten and Robbed in Their Stomw
O at Vaughanville.
Greenwood.-Following the charge
of Judge C. C. Featherstone in county
court, in which he ordered the grand
jury to bring to trial members of a
nob which recently took from the city
jail two negro women and whipped
them, a committee of business and
professional men appeared before the
grand jury and urged immediate ac
tion against all forms of lawlessness.
-The committee promised to support
the jury in Its efforts to suppress' mob
violence and violations of the prohi
bition law. Action of the committee I
following a meeting of representative
citizens, when indignation was ex
pressed at the alleged flagrant viola
tions of the prohibition laws, mob
violence and other forms of lawless-,
Using railroad spikes tied together I
with strings for clubs, two unknown
Megroes about dusk beat almost to
death H. Johns and his wife, an aged
couple, In their store at Vaughanville,
o the Laurens-Newberry county line,
a said to have robbed them of
$3,000 and $4,000 in cash.
The negroes escaped.
Lexington.-In solemn tones amid a
-deep hush, Judge Thos. S. Sease at
5:25 o'clock pronounced the supreme
Pmandate of law on J. S. Kirby, C. 0.
Fox, and Jesse Gappins. ihree Colum
bla men convicted during the day of 1
tbe murder of Wm. C. Brazell, youth
ful taxi-driver of Columbia, when he
sentenced Them to die by electrocution
at the stae penitentiary Friday, Oc
Newberry. ,- Newberry college Is
ready for the next session. Nearly
all the members of the faculty are.
now present, and the buildings and
class rooms have been put in order.
Many of the delegates to the state <
convention of the American Legion I
lodged in the dormitories and took ]
their meals at the college boarding
hall during the convention. Every
one connected with 'the college took
-pleasure in being of service to the
delegates to the convention. 9
Rock HInI.-In United States court
here Joe. W. Stalnaker, of Ninty-Six
pleaded guilty to the charge of embes.
slement and was given a sentence of
tften months in federal prison in At
lanta, and a fine of $8,000. It was al
leged that Stalnaker, while postmas
ter at Ninety-Six, appropriated to use
about $4,000 of governmenlt money.
Greenwood.-According to reports
from McCormick, officers and a posse
of citizens are still searching for a
negro, implicated by John Calvin Gold
en, the negro captured near here is
his alleged confession of having beat
en and robbed H. Johns and wife, an
aged couple at Vaughanville.
A~lendale.-Allendale han been se
lected by the state warehouse comn
mission as headquarters for the six
counties in this section in which a
repr ttiveY of the commission will
epn. This Includes Bamberg,
aton, Barnwell, Jasper, Colletoni
York.-The fixing of the date of the
interstate foot race of one-legged me.,
North Carolina against South Caro
ina, is being held in abeyance pend
ing the arrangement of details and a
strengthening of the respective line
.on-Two automobiles collid
ed the Belton-Honlea Path road.
One car was occupied by Mr. and Mrs.
N. A. McNeal. Miss Mary Greer and
Walter Greer. All of these were badly
bruised and cut by flying glass.
Outsida Pupils to Pay.
Gaffney.-The trustees of Gaffney
school district had an Important
.meetig. at which time it was decided
to charge tuition fees of $4 per month
for all who attend the schools of ~
Gaffney, where they reside outside of
district No. 10. Heretofore no tuItion ~
has been charged, and the result is
that there are about 300 children at
tending the Gaffney schools who re
side outside the district and It is be
lieved that this tuition fee will haveC
the effect of curtailing this atten- T
Increased School Tax Levy.
ClintOn.-By a vote of 20S to 53 theb
citizens and patrons of Hunter schoolh
district No. 5, embracing the Clinton e
city schools, at a special election ad ~
ded six mills to the tax schedule fort
school purposes. The eelction was
ordered to provide additional main- t
tenance and af ull mine months term h
sesion for the coming year. .Consid
erale interest wa manifested in the
ro1t th -trustees andl supporters be- c
ng ~gly elated that the election
arid by so large a majority.
IEAH CAUtSED BY LiE tIRE
infortunate Lineman Meets instants
neous Death Strapped High on Pole
While Moving a Cross Arm.
Sumter.-eorge C. Duncan, line.
a#n for the city lighting plant, met
a instantaneous death in the perform.
ace of his duty when he came in con
act with an electric wire carrying
,300 volts. Mr. Duncan was strap
ed hil. up on a pole near the corner
if Liberty and Harvin streets, moving
a electric cross arm further from
he telephone wires when his leg
truck a telephone cable as he was
nanipulating a live light wire. As
oon as the power could be-turned off
e was brought down and medical at
en'tion given, but it was evident that
ife had been extinct from the time of
Health Officer D. 0. Browning has
ubmitted his report to the city board
f health for the half month since he
ook office. He gives the number of
nspections made of meat markets,
'estaurants, soda fountains. dairies
nd premises. He has sent speci
nens to laboratories, sold sanitary
ans, used disinfectants, fumigated
-ooms and used kerosene to kill mos
uitos. There have been two cases
>f diphtheria. The only case of ty
hoid originated outside of the city
tnd was brought here for treatment.
Columbia.-Ornamental street signs
iave been ordered by city authorities
md the markers will be set at prom
ient corners. Council recently tu
;horized the city engineer to order
igns placed at 80 street intersections
ind the markers will be placed on
Wain street between the- union depol
md the Broad River road. Another
ine will will extend on Gervais streel
yetween Huger and Harden streets,
he third lot will be placed on Taylor
street between Main street and the
wo Notch road.
Cheraw.-The great searcity of wa
:er in this section of the state is be
;ining to be serious. Not only are
3rops burning up and pasturage dying
yut mills- are shutting down for wani
yf power. The Cheraw cotton mill
1as closed indefinitely for -this reasos
ind the knitting mill may .do so, it iE
maid, and the Yadkin River Power
:ompany may have to shut down foi
r: 'it of water at its generating plani
toos e Rockingham, N. C.
Greenville. - When a little negre
;hack near the heart of the business
listrict and just off Main street was
lemolished to make way for business
,mprovements, a nearly complete whis
key distilling plant was unearthed,
rhe plant wais carefully built under
round with brick walls and top and
was so arranged that the smoke came
t through the chimney of the little
Hampton. - Mayor Atticus Mizeox
>f Hampton is in receipt of advices
'rom Maj. H. P. Clagett, United States
mir service, of the Fourth corps area,
with headquarters at Fort McPherson,
3a., of the selection of Hampton as a
possible ' station on the continental
irway. The location here depends
pon the establishment of the tows
>f Hampton of a suitable landing field,
tted with the necessary equipment.
Clemson College.-Coming to Amer
.ca to study the textile industry, A. D.
duthiah, son of a millionaire banker
mnd manufacturer of Madras, India,
ias recently enrolled in the textile
lass here. Wearing his pink turbar
Lad other characteristics of his race,
Muthiah is unique among the hun
reds of students here.
Charleston. - Announcement was
nade by the Carolina company that
sommodity rates on tobacco brought
mere for export had been granted to
3harleston, which places this port on
partly with the competing ports for
msiness in this eaate and North Care
Gaffney. - E. C. McArthur, county
superintendent of education, said that
15 teachers will be needed for the
schools of Cherokee county that will
a ready to open within the next 30
lays. The superintendet says that
he situation, is really serious, and
hat a number of the schools will not
e able to open because of the lack
Large Enrollment at Converse.
Spartanburg. - Converse college
pened with more than three hundred
oung women in the dormitories and?
nearby residences. The enrollment
rom the city was the largest in the
istory of the institution. Dr. 'ell
ays the stringent times have not pre
ented the parents of the South rend
zg their girls to college. The young
idies enrolled represent practically
very southern state and many from
ther sections. Large numibers of ap
licants have been turned away be.
ause of lack of room.
Cha-teston Bridge Bonds Sold.
Charleston.-A large block of Santee
ridge district bonds have been sold
y the commission to C. W. MlcNear
ompany of Chicago. who- l'ought
225.A00 worth at 1(1 plus accrued in
rest. Th" honds are in denomina
ion of $L000 and hear 6 per cent in
rest. This make<-- a total of $425.000
these bonds marketed. and no more
rll be offered. although an issue of
.000vis authorized. Due to fav
rabl , racts for the bridge, and
rith feral aid. ample money is now
, hnd for the prnijet
The further one lives from a navy
yard the less interest one feels in a
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The men of eighty-five and ninety
years of age are not the rotund,
well-fed, but thin, spare men, who
live on a slender diet. Be as care
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middle age will occasionally eat too
much or of some article of food not
suited to his constitution, causing in
digestion or constipation and will
need a dose of Chamberlains Tab
lets to move his bowels and invigor
ate his stomach. When this is (n:
there is no reason why the average
man should not live to a ripe old
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