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and French iZrccd Hustler VOL XXI I, NOlf JHENDERSONVILLE,; N; THURSDAY : OCTOBER,! 4; 1915 LOO PER YEAR; IN ADVANCE CONTAINS .HEEETJME- S MOREf gHENDERSQN COUfo V 11. ARTHUR CAR! BIGlRliillR lYSTER TAKES SUDDEN DEPARTURE MONDAY MORNING CLIMBS -DOWN SMALL CORD FROM SECOND STORY; QUIETLY STEALS AWAY IN. AUTOMOBILE PURSUED THROUG H SOUTH CAROLINA J PENN- SYLYANIA OFFICERS W AIT TO TAKE HIM INTO CUSTODY ; A SHREWD SCHEMER; . : . " J j A. Arthur Carter, the central figure in the Carter-Mills-Thompson, mystery shooting and whe Midway park promo ter sawed his way out: of jail 'and shook the dust of Hendersoaville off his feet Sunday night, r v His sudden" going was the more In teresting by reason of the fact that Ms troubles here were about over and he didn't take great prid in returning to the scene of former operations in Pennsylvania, where he is wanted for alleged $20,000 and $10,000 swindle games in Pittsburg and Philadelphia, respectfully. , Carter was placed in jail during the summer at the instigation of Pennsyl vania authorities. He remained there apparently most complacently, mean while arranging every detail of bis "re treat to bt taken at the opportune mo ment. He had been provided - with L wrench and saw with which to effeot an opening, and a small cord to make his descent from the second story of the building. " - . : All Details of Escape Arranged, Frank Israel, convicted, of selling liquor, and two Transylvania county boys who were to stand trial on Mon day for their life were in the same cell and could have also made their getaway, but they .declare that they didn't know anything about Carter's farewell until they rose early in the morning and upon looking for him found a large opening; through, the iron bars. One of the prisoners said that he had been in the jail for about two weeks and that none of the work toward an exit had been done. during his stay there . ; V. '''i ,Carter had no doubt arranged every detail to perfection-For several -days a shirt had been hanging in -the win dow, which was -quite, noticeable, to some since they couldn!t account for Carter's wanting to shut out the balmy sunshine during , these frosty days. He no doubt had sawed the iron bars several days previous -for they had had been replaced and glued together with soap crushed into the sawed parts to hold the perpendicular rods in proper place. The shirt, it is thought, .was placed over the window so that no one would be able to see the work he had done on the bars without remov ing the shirt -and making a close in spection. He made his descent down a cord that is used, in connecting tele phones. He left his tools in the jail. It is not known at what hour of 'the night he left the jail. A Yery Shrewd Man. Carter is believed to be one of the shrewdest men that ever came to Hen dersonville. When in Jail he told a representative of the Democrat- that a supreme court judge of New York state told him thatjf he would direct his genius in the "right direction he would be of great worth to the world. Carter is said to have figured' in many criminal records and to have handled lots of money. He had a hand, so he boasted, in the noted Becker-Rosen-thal murder case in New York City. He has been chased by detectives in various states and his picture is in the rogues' gallery all over the country. It is believed that his whereabouts will be easy to locate since his record has been given considerable publicity. Carter, a Great Promoter. Shortly :after coming to Heriderson ville and taking up residence In the Francis cottage on South Main., Car ter was "visited by" a; numberof "shoot ing gangsters." About this same time ; (jarter got out between 3 and 5 o clocK he was involved in a gambling game. . in tne morning and left in an automo He later -undertook :the promotion of j Diift whiCh contained only one person. the Midway park. On the secona night's operation he was taken into custody by local officers on the strength of papers received "from Pennsylvania .authorities. . Local ' au thorities were determined to hold Car ter until the shooting aff air had been disposed of. This was done on Friday. He was to be turned over to a Phila delphia officer on Monday and Detec tive Edward L. Farrell was here . to take the prisoner back, wennsyivam He knew of CarterV slrrewdness -nd a!ele? r lAlc . 1" -ZT" ZrZ- rZA mata 5utyY over night,, but the sheriff didn't think it necessary. So- licitor Schenck is understood to have warned the sheriff, to take extra pre-, caution. However. Carter silently bade farewell to Hendersonville ... - ju i-r. u.. ri ci nrnnnon in i mk si iii i nab a v carter ieit sewraiciwiu "iu.-jr: ; offered at 50 aersonvuie. rae -uwiimi - o.w , was the Hendersonville Lumber com- j i it- pany, who supplied lumber for the park buildings. - - a Man nf IfanT TTames.' In Philadelphia ; Carter was wanted ici in connection with a confidence game resun 01 lu,V702,t thw are be in which he and others are; said to consumers who tee tre have swindled J. Ellis Hess.-a farmer, ing forced . to 1 W ?tt. out nf $10,000. He was known in Philadelphia as alias. Albert Carter ert Haysal and C i pnh earpr9i davs'aeo that In Brevara aur-, Roumanian gov eiiuueu t, ;r -"r Dies iormareei oui uicui aa uome crwusmre, eui r-eace, nenry , e hft beaded .Curly Carter. Rob- several days ago.at Rofine sold as v.hoose Its own time for taking the field lareest she ever saw or heard of for Peace. Henry Brookshire. Norman ?tU?JieZZ: MlfllMKIl SriO Mill ID PARTY sis Thompson, alias Curly Carter. He was" wanted there -in connection with a swindling game to the tune of $20, 000. it being alleged' by Simeon M. Jones that Carter and others repre senting - themselves to , be representa tives of an English syndicate dealing in coal lands in West Virginia induced Jones, to. go from Pittsburg to New York and give tbem a $20,000 check for wbat they falsely represented to be' Some, fine coal lands. if Carter's family ..was in Henderson ville. Monday, They took, the north bound train on Tuesday. - . The SherifTs Yersion. : ; "It just ' makes : me . sick to think about it," said Sheriff Drake to a news paper man. And the sheriff is not the .only one it made sick. Solicitor Schenck said he, was very;.' --very J sorry," and the . Philadelphia Uetecive witn wilted spirits recounted io the newspaper man that" it wa3 about five hundred long, long miles back home and he . had to return without the bacon. . ' : It was, one of those instances that make people think, and think out au dibly; too, hence the sheriff's version is "herewith given. The sheriff said that he was very apprehensive on Fri day, and Saturday, night, Friday night especially, since the other fellows in the shooting affair had adjusted their troubles. . He kept a very close watch on things in and outside the jail both nights and felt that it was needless on Sunday night since it had been under stood that Carter was to be delivered on Monday to the detective, who came on Friday. , " - " I - .- x Frank Israel ' Wise ?' ife'. . .'How Co yovt accounts for the topis j Do you think he was helped from the inside or outside?" "He was helped both ways," replied Sheriff Drake. Those fellows in the jail with Carter knew all about it and they needn'-t deny a word of it." The Sheriff then closed the court room door, stepped on the. outside and, talk ed more 4nterestingly. "Why Frank Israel knew all- about it. My wife heard him say, 'I'll get that $500 from Carter and pay my way off . the chain gang and come back to Hendersonville and do as I damned -please.' " The officer was asked if he had any objec tions -to the publication of that state ment and he emphatically replied. "No!" : The sheriff said that it would have been Impossible for Carter to have un screwed the taps from his position in the jail. He felt . sure all the toois were furnished and most of the work done by outside parties. He said that he had been expecting an attempt at jail delivery and that one or two nights recently, he heard noises, and got up and looked .-about the Jail. His baby was sick Sunday night and he and Mrs. Drake were up at different time of the night,, he said, and that away after midnight ne heard a noise and made investigations and found Carter sitting up in bed. Auto From AsheTille Used. When asked if he had any clue as to how Carter made his getaway after effecting his exit .the sheriff paid that an automobile left Asheville between 3 and 4 o'clock and that judging from the time he visited the cell and saw "Carteltthat .the, times: that he and, Mrs. Mrake "were tjT with the sick child, He said from the tracks on tne coai pile below Carter's window it looked like two or three persons had been walking around in the frosted coal. alniuK o, i uuiiv " Sheriff uraKe aetaueae:puijr mmiu Case to pursue the trail of Carter's au- Jomnhiland this he did across South Carolina into Georgia heading toward Augusta. and .he was GASOLINE TOO HIGH." u. " - L - - F That Are for Gas. : Tcai consumers of gasoline are Just 'now tCS KS so high and yet in Atlanta I at least three nfaS while in Chicago the .price is, less than j half what s er. V tnow wha:t The local dealers do not know .what ' tho rPflsnrf is. It Is said tnat large i . . wmnrts from cents per gallon. J"JS , Washington say ;, 1 will be made by the Federal iraae mmiasinn into the ' rates cnargeu throughout southern territory. The , r." ; -.oMtPjl bv many comyareu Tvitix "v,v T iro l . - Mt o-siinn wnoiesaie. oirainst tne Austro-re . . an . ordinary-laoie neei. jOiies tine mcuuii noiuer: Marsjiam- i a Cfounns n in? me nasi ou"v, c- . -"r . .'. ..x - - . : , ... - .... . T ... ibiwi ua wci 10 RECB . M WOODMEN LOG ROLLING ASS'N; TO MEET AT BLACK MOUTMN. Preparations are being made bl the Woodmen of the World of the elef enthi semi-annual convention of the Western i it .4. - n i - a OUT OF iNortn Carolina- Log Kollmg associa- - BVUU iuua oi xienaerson tioni- which will be held at Black i COUI1ty ' has $1000 to its credit as a Mountain on October 18 and 19. 'I - ;t result of the submissions of the five State Head Adviser V. E.- GraW of defendants.: ... X- . ; . ; ; ; -Hendersonville says that the Black v et witnesses for the prosecution Mountain Woodmen are making ample ralle at a time of need. When court preparations for the entertainment ot L convened they were not to be fjund, deieMtPs ATtrt thaf it will hthe most thereabouts. - t t - : k , successful .and biggest ' event this or- Y ianizatlon hw eVer held .Western Carolina. - Mr. ' Grant - says 200" dele- gates are expected to attend ' the con-' vention and that arrangements havi ibeen made for a trip to Mitchell's Among the prominent Woodmen who j have given assurances of their? pres- ence are Sovereign Manager JS. B. ne ne-wag-uie one nrea on by Lewis of Kinston, Judge GrantrtMath- Thompson when the latter and his ews, of Tennessee; and Statd Head gang called at A; Arthur Carter's res Consul George F. Wise. -Effort are Wence about 9 o'clock at night, had being made to make it jan inspiring given. Solicitor Schenck assurance occasion of great value to thef cause that ne would return, but he finally of the Woodmen. . j v Pleaded feeble . health down in Atlan JURY LIST FOR NOVEMBER i t TERM OF CIVIL qOURT. l I - - The following Jury list" has been . recently was, conspicuously absent drawn for the term of civil court .to . w.nen time came lor trial.. These ab convene here on November 15l' vsences crippled the prosecution and ' W. T. May bin, -R. F, Hamilton V;;C. the defence was very anxious to get McCreary, Eli Souther, W. M. Nix A the cases out of court so pleas of guilty C McKinna, W. P. Bryson, J. J. Slat- to carrying; concealed weapons and. tery. Will Henderson, A.' M. Biacfcweii. - W M. Hyder F. X3. Justice, T. U.:Stew- RRrnweli. A: J. Carlandf D: S. R. Wil lis, F. G. Blackwell, T.'J. Blackwell, : THE CJRA3TD JURY'S REPORT. The Grand Jury Visits County's Insti tnfinns-and Rehorts Satisfaction, The grand jury at the close of its court business .this week visited the vorimia inKtitutions of the county ana reDorted conditions very favorable. With regard to guardianships the re port says that the grand jury found art, N. . M. HolUngswortn, ,-Tnomaa , r -l- ue xmvs lmpo.sea. r :v., Shepherd. R. Rr Allison. ftead Albert,. Thompsoriof . : Spartanburg man H F Cantrell, J. W;-XeMr A; was fined $750and; taxeUwlth the the Tecords of Judge C. M. Pace very faunofsky - because of , Thompson's satisfactory and that during his 47 J wound, was fined $250 and taxed with years of service no minor so far as the costs for carrying a gun and in the committee could ascertain had lost ? the assault case was given ninety anything. ' We think this very com- days on the roads, capias to issue in mendable to the clerk," concludes the twenty days and che same to be en report. ' forced provided he ever returns to Nine inmates, three colored, were ' either Haywood. Buncombe or Hen found well cared for at the County person county. Home. ' - j Criss Woodfin and Aiken Mitchell, ThP closets "fn-the basement, of the -charged with an assault were eacn ! court house were found in a bad con - dition at the opening of court ana ino reDort recommends that the county commissioners pay airect io an aum bodied janitor a price sufficient to get satisfactory service. On the chain gang xnere were colored people and nine white, all well Mrpd for and well fed, but the report recommended better medical atten tion. . " - - ''- . . The -.jail contained twenty three .,vun itonnarci and tpn colored. The report recommended that the furnace Willie ;iiDUiiba "v be given attention. H D Lance was foreman of ..the. grand jury. TEUTOlKS i. STRIKE -FROM SOUTH, if; BXJlAiAJttb uxvuivi iE" considerably and have all 'Costs paid. Premier Announces That She "WilljHe could-not have successfully prose nontfTMie in Armed Neutrality. cuted the cases with the. main wit- London. Oct. 12. Servia is being at- tnriTPri from the north and the east The Austro-Germans, after capturing ment from the country of such out Belerade and Semendria, are advaric- j laws and the fines and" costs constitute , - while" the Bulgarians rtnmmnjni. are trying to ..mti up fc , tions north and south pt .-Se; war-time capital, and to an Servians on tne nans u wvy. en back by the German Field Marshal nn Afackensen. - - " The situation Is admrrcea xo o - rlous not only for Servia but for rthe ) S iScause. : It Is asserted - that the Servians are inflicting Jieavy losses both on the Austro-Germans -RniP-arians. but with their army of about 250.000 men they are believed in have little cnance ui vu . . . 1 l. oftA Ann nrolonged resistance agamsi ov,vVjBlate to succeed Jvryan unmes. A nrob- Mv 200.000 Bulgarians. They are ar- ri cr for the transfer, of-the capital to'Monastir in the extreme southwes- Hartness says conditions are shaping tern corner of the kingdom. .tip riicely. - . ., . ' Y ROUMANIA TO ENTER MRS. LAMB'S BIG BEET. Paris,-Oct. 12. Premier Bratiano ori - ..: . - Roumania has . given the Italian gv- : Mrs. C. T. : Lamb of the Edneyville ernment has given the Italian govern- section, near Lamb mountain, has o ment to understand "that Roumanian j exhibition at the Democrat office a rcj h side of the entente oir. otw - snAoa nf tahle hfiet thai cwyc.euuu - ... . may be - considered certain, say dispatch from . 1Y1S AD GUILT DEFENDANTS FINED $1,050 AND BANISHED FROM STATE; PRIN CIPAL STATE WITNESSES FAIL .TO APPEAR? SCHOOL i FUND IS SWELLED.- ;7 rThe motive ; for the Carter-Mills-Thompson shooting one -night last summer was not made known to the PuWic . but the affair is out of court a result of the pleas' of guilty tered ;by. the five defendants "fine; 1 gating $1,0,0 were imposed and roai seniences ' were pronounced that mean the Dani&Ln.out of some of she. ucicuuanis. trout inis pait of tbe P. Mills, upon whom depen- dence had been placed by the prosecn- ta. ; ; : "Ambrose," Carter's chauffeur, who witnessed the shooting and who re- mainedjjin Hendersonville until just aMi"B were emerea ana nnes lm- posed; costs : in the - caseof ' carrying- ce-? cealed weapon and in that of an'asr sault he was given termt of ninety days on the roads, capias to Issue af ter twenty days,, meaning that he was given that length of time to make fcis departure and . in case he returns to any county in North Carolina the capias may bajserved . and the road , sentence enrorcea. S. G. Leonard," .who remained with Thompson after the shooting, both seeking shelter at the home of Chas. t fined $25 and taxed with the costs. j iney maae tneir getaway alter tne shooting and . were arrested during the s mgm in Aanevme. Carter, who fired on Thompson from his window, was charged with an as sault but he was depended, upon as one of the main witnesses for the ! prosecution and his lease was not pressed. . ; ; The defendants knew that the chances were against them, provided the State could hold its witnesses, ; Mills being- bound-to court on: his ! recognizance, but; influences were , brought to bear that resulted, in their absence and Solicitor Schenck felt that he would riot be able to get them and ldecided.it would be well to accept th: rpieas'ana- swii'tue couniy scuooi: iuna ;nesses absent and the public is in- clined to take the view . that banish ,& good turn for the prosecution. .The parties to the mysterious shoot ing were out of town " people. No cause or motive for the affair has been given, but it is generally believed that j jt Was the result of previous gambling troubles, with some notorious -women , and liquor on the side. J. A. HARTNESS SEEKS OFFICE. j-a Hartness. clerk of the court of : iredeli countv- was in Hendersonville 1 Wednesday talking politics. He Is in ; in e race lor tne omce oi. oeurcuirjf 1 . - . Xie IS -IllUVlIlg .. aiUUUU aiuuug V" democrats of the State and shaping thine-a iit to his tastes fairly well. Mr r-,uUitJ wv.- . -,r . weighs, nine and. one quarter pounds. it n lidiiiij ' t: 1 u 11 n mm f - - ' RE PIlIDIOIi KEV r-EVARTS, MEMBER OF ClI YITED TO CONDUCT REVIVAL Plans, are beingr perfected by' which Henderson ville will " have an " oppor tunity to hear Dr. J, Wilbur CHapman, one of the most widely known" evan-1 gelists in the" world. The Chapman- October 17 until November 22. A I tabernacle is- being constructed espec- : icniy lui me mixuuga. arrangements have -nractic&lly - been made through Rev. C. A. Evarts, one of Dr. Chap man's leaders, with representatives of the churches of Henderson ville for a series of meetings to be-held here for seventeen days,'- beginning, Sunday, October 24. - w ;:- , Rev. ; C. A, Evarts , ha,3 been in Ashe ville for the past few weeks doing pre liminary work for- the great revival which is to begin there.. He has as- in n? k'ilSSr mlefins .t'nivj x.t . i v. ja i i the , Chapman-Alexander ; meetings. Last . Monday he came to Henderson ville arid was in conference with a number of church members relatives I to holding extension meetings in this city. It is understood Rev. Mr. Chap man and Rev. Mr. Alexander will come to-some of the meetings. ." ' k- - Rev. Mr. Evarts also" stated that" he thought that arrangements could 'be made by which "the entire party ot singers could - come f rom7 : Asheville during the meetings. A complete pro gram will ie published at a later date. Hendersonville will be fortunate in securing Dr. Chapman and his leaders as it L is understood that his services are: being urged in many of the lead ing cities of this country. . : While -'passing through Charlotte last Sunday en route to Davidson col lege arid Asheville, Dr. Chapman gave the following interview; in part to rthe. Charlotte Observer: --' , Onr . present5;plaris are. for a five weekar mectirigin- Asheville'from Oc rtoberS:i7 to-.NoYimber 22i7 A .good tabernacle has been built,; and it. bids i falr-to'be excelletwprk-After the Asb vMil "ting wet: will have; a tabernacleVln . -Battleboro, Veririct; We have a; conference In .Jew York about the Christmas easonj, and then we go to Washington, Pa.,- a college town; for a meeting and to Springfield, I1L And then to London. - ; ' 'The Asheville meeting beguns on Sunday " next. The preparation has been as good as any I have seen. We have a good tabernacle which the Bap tists will use for their conference in the Spring. There is a great and In creasing interest in evangelism in the United States. We never have had so many invitations as this year. We have had aif unusual number of invita tions from the South, -Many of them caine at a time when we could not con sider them however, and our plans are j ror meetings in tuts oriu ui-ci y . Asheville meeting, although we wou.d have nrfiferrprt to stav SOUtn. At one w ViA unHor Vnnsi1eration a meeting in Wilmington after the 'Ashe wurj uciu ville meeting but it seemed to be wise to go to Vermont: Another ye-i" T"y will go to Wilmington." - TRUE BILL AGAIJfST CARL MAXWELL, CHARGING RAPE. Has Fled Country and - Solicitor Schenck Will Ask That Ife be De clared Outlaw ; Three : Witnesses. The grand Jury last week returned a true bill -charging Carl Maxwell with rape. The assault upon a young girl is alleged to have occurred on August bythe7 grand uryj" ' r ' Peeline was so high in Henderson ville shortly after the alleged assault, wmcn is saiu tu uao utu ui .-vw-aggravated nature, that private .. sub scriptions offering & r reward for his capture, were made by Hendersonville people. It is - understood that the county commissioners will be asked to offer a reward for his capture Solicitor Michael Schenck has an nounced his intention of asking Judge Harding to declare Maxwell an. outlaw CajeD Lowman, retailing, given four in order that arrest may be made any- 'monthg Qn the . : yyy- where in North Carolina. y . " -; Wave Allison and Villa Parker arc v - ' -.. y'"'. being" tried for murder in the secoricl HONOR ROLL' OF FLAT C degree for the killing of a man by the ROCK GRADED SCHOOL, name of Clayton about a year ago i: ; ; rrr - i Transylania county. This case was ir: '- v . T; unroii 'the courts twice in. Transylvania br First grade-James Drake, B"11 -.-VesnlteO. In' a-n&Iatrlal-botb times. Andrews Horace Jon es Robert Bell,, w AUison jlVaccept MbGl yStf A With Ube oath as attorney from Judge W. I . Second Harding, and .was admitted to thet. Jones, Geraldine Edney, Luther Bane. No-5, Carolina - - ' " - fohn-Jr-- N-0n Reedj Bro'! fS 6iitT : - ZtT ljrtTi tLa ,wpn - Frank Israel put up a stubborn flgh: T 1S2 :SP ta the.trial cbafging him with dcalin. Reed, Maud ilpatrlck . thleen IJn- s The jury four derwood, Edwin Drake Martin Gar- ninf u in and he v. ren. Viola Collingsworth. given a sentence of four months frcr Fourth and fifth; grades Arnold Ed- hi he appealed : to the Supre:.. ney, Louiser, Perry, . Alice Andrews. xr n itv t- Homer Edneyj Lewis Reed, Helen Kuy. kendall, Jesse-Bane. Carl Drake, Tren- holm Bell, Jdmes Andrews. i w " " - I . Sixth, seventh, .eighth and. ninth xvenie Tnomas. T 1 n i k. mvivu muia x. v. mmm mm APMANALEXANDER PARTY IN. IN HENDERSONYILLE DUR- WHAT - THE COURT IS DOING. Lt:0ee2 Wsposed of Slnbo" j-iun, cuuusuea Jast Week.. . faomething out of the ordinary for plerk C,-"M. Pace, and when court mat. ; T wjrers usually lopen hIrs happened in the case against W. L. - Wall, charrfn m. ling. . Through a litUe technicality of .uo xaw or some wrinKie with which : people are not familiar his attorney entered a nlea of eruiltv the; court that judgment couldn't bo pronounced since the defendant in the magistrate's trial was put on the wit ness stand involuntarily. ; A motion to this effect was allowed by the court arid the defendant; discharged and it was then that the lawyers and court attendance and Judge Pace all opened their eyes and the-guilty man went free. - David -Gilliland . nleadert mi trw and was fined $150 for gambling. It seems tnat ne Had no technicality leverage. '" ; '- - . " ' Tom Rectqrt larceny, guilty; fined $25 and costs. - J. B. Boyd, larceny, "guilty in one case and sentenced to roads for eight months. Not guilty in two other cases. "' - ' . David Caunth, larceny, $25 ; and costs. . ' - '-""v.-.";; ".. ;:: David Gilliland gambling. " pleads " eruiltv: finp.d S1SO - -: . J. A. Garren. forcible trespass, not -guilty. ' . ' ' -r Wallace Williams, carrying conceal ed weapon, -pleads . guilty : Judgment suspended on payment of costs. ;'.;---:'. - Wallace Williams; removing ; and concealing . liquor, pleads guilty," sen tenced to. roads for four months i . D. ' A. r Hughes.' removing liquor, pleads guilty;- sentenced to roads for four, montbs. -f;;'. r':'"-.,: y w ' D.:A. Hughesf ' -carrying .;concealea weapon jpleadS; guilty; judgment sus pendedT on payment of vthe -costs. cClarence tBrysojr;:retailingvpleid3 guilty .in two- caiiSJid" given a "ea ? tence of ix" months on the roads.l2 v Frank Briton retailing, guilty; sen- teneed to roads for four months. - r ' . " Horace ' Buckner, assault, enters plea of nolo, contendere .Judgment suspendjed3 OJipmiOf.Jth costs. -Horace Bgckner isringfrconcealed weanon, ldsuiljty ; i flncgi: $25 and COStS. . r-.J-r. Si' M -' W;? Bennie Gasriel retailing, riol "pros with leave. - " - - ' Will Barten; dniflk and disorderly, , pleads guilty. He had , voluntarily worked on , tb$-roads since -July 14 and therefjOrc - was- given: onlylseven more days of qrkJv ;V' ' " . - TheodbrdKrhfir. Vretailiri'ei in three cases plladfs guilty in" twb' tind enter plea of jnelo "Cpntendere Iri other , and ; giveu aggregate - 'jswiMjucs-ei vweivti 1 month.A llC iHi i - Quick - 'SkiriiferY- carrying concealed weapon; guilty sentenced etdToads for four moBthaj-rr svlc-?. -' Jule ?.Bryaahi .assault, thirty, days on roads.' -la'iir.is 'fc-in g'ioi ci ' , - ". Jule V .urysnii, s Jcajafng a rtoncealed . weapon", three months. :'...V .. Tom .Rector, larceny,; mistriaL s vlr Tatum Wiseman, Robert Alexander, Clarence HilL Joe Summey, gambling, not guilty...;- ' ;:, .';. ';.;:,'V:.-;- David rWilson, . false pretense,: jury was unable to arrive at a verdict and Wilson will stand -trial again. - ;- Clarence Hilt ' Carrying concealed weapon, fined . $25 and costs. "; Will Pitts, assault, guiltyj, judgmeiit suspended on payment of thecosts, 1 RichlardPittsnot griiltyfer; Wallace Anders, forgery, ; pleads guilty ; judgment suspended, op . pay ment of the costs. ; - -r-; Clarence: Simms, - retailing ;f nc: guilty. -, - :; : : r y ; t . -: rry-y : Gertie Staton,. inmate of disorderlj house ; enters plea of nolo conteridere ; judgment suspended on payment jp the costs. , "; . ' C " . ,-yfyy ' Annie Staton, keeping . disorderly house, nolo . contendere, judgment , ,8,npndPd nn navmpnt. nf the rrosts; J TrTnl lT v aa a -Anteiice nf'iffhtlinonthr was elver, a sentence 01 eigni;inoni;:. Tf f, nrobable that he will not appc; A Ir Afc - w ' Tn tr; Al SJLLL VUV - owivviivv v. - r3-" y w guilty to ; the charge classed among tL liquor transactions. Pittsburg he was knpwil as J. A. high B vvuw " . . -f : . . . . . "f . " - . ,v .- v t . - ; -. uig gnuic m