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F The picnic season is upon us again againHome againHome againHome
Home raised ised roastingears routing are on the theniarket theJIWk themarket
d market niarketMr JIWk marketd t tMr
Mr and Mrs Joe Roof spent Sunday Sun Sunday Sunday ¬
day at Suwannee Springs SpringsSee Sp ngs ngsSee
See the big lace and embroidery sale saleadvertisement saleadvertisement le I
advertisement in todays Democrat DemocratCol DemocratCot
Col C A Hardee made a professional profes professional professional ¬
sional visit to Alabama this week weekThe weekThe weekThe
The Farmers Union state conven convention convention convention ¬
tion will be held in this city July 14
15 and 16 16Miss 16Miss I6n
n Miss Ruth Harvard returned home homeMonday homeMonday homeMonday
Monday from a short visit with friends friendsin
in Mayo MayoJ
J C Parnell left for Lee Tuesday Tuesdaywhere Tuesdaywhere TuesdayI
I where he has accepted a position with withMessrs withA I
A Messrs BeatyCo BeatyCoTwentyfive Beaty Co CoTWentyfive CoTwentyfive
Twentyfive per cent reduction on onyour onyour onyour
your clothing clothingany any suit you ou may select selectWorth selectW selectWorth
Worth W orlh Stephens Co CoThe CoThe CoThe
The stork paid a visit to Contractor ContractorJim
D Jim Peaveys home Tuesday night and andleft andleft andleft
left a fine little daughter there thereRound thereRound thereI
I t Round Dozen Club was delight delightfully delightfully ¬
1 fully entertained Wednesday afternoon afternoonby
by Mrs B W HeJvenston HeJvenstonLOSTIn HelvtmitonLosTIn HelveostonJ
J LOSTIn Live Oak geld knob par parasol parasol parasol ¬
asol handle Finder return to Demo Democrat Democrat Democrat ¬
crat office and receive reward rewardThe rewardThe rewardThe
The Public Library is i open op I1 Tuesday Tuesdayand
4 and Saturday of each week from 3 to toG
6 p m Dont forgot for ot this please pleaseGreatest ploueGrelt pleaseGreatest
Greatest Grelt lt Bargain in Lace and Em Embroideries Embroiderivs Embroideries ¬
broideries ever offered at the Surasky SuraskyBros SurukyBrot SuraskyBros
Bros big salt saltSpring uleSpring salec
c Spring and Summer two and three threepiece threepieel threepiece
piece suits at Worth V orth Stephens Cos GosBig CosBig CosBig
Big Reduction OR Sale at 26 per cent of ofregular o oregular off offregular
regular price priceJ
J W Register of Jasper J uper who has hasbeen hasn hasbeen
been n down at that popular resort resortHampton resortHampton resortHampton
Hampton Springs was in the city Tues Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday ¬
day en route home homeMrs borneMrs homeI
I r Mrs Dr F E Thomason left yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday for Ocala where she will be bethe bethe bethe
the guest of her sister Mrs R S SHall SHall SHall
Hall for a week or ten days daysA
A party of young folk were very verypleasantly verypleasantly veryb
b pleasantly entertained Monday Mond evening yeveningbYMrs eveningby
by bYMrs Mrs Alice Armstrong at her home homeon
on Ohio avenue avenueMrs avenueI avenueMrs
I Mrs Roger Stephens and two twobright twobright twobright
bright children of Tampa are the theguests theguests i
guests of Mrs Stephens aunt Mrs C CN CN CN
N Hildreth Sr this week weekJ
S J W Jenkins of near Pinemount Pinemountwas Pine mount mountwas
was in the city yesterday He called calledat
at the Democrat office and had his hisname hisname hisname
name placed on the Democrats sub subscription subscription subscription ¬
scription list listCircuit listCircuit listCircuit
Circuit Clerk Bryson left Wednesday Wednesdayfor
for Valdosta where Mrs Bryson who whohas whohas whois
j has been in poor health for some time timeis timeMrs
is in Dr Holmes sanitarium for treat treatment treatment treaty ¬
y ment mentMrs mentMrs meatj
Mrs Dr A S York returned home homeMonday bomeMonday homeMonday
Monday from Tallahassee where she shehad shehad shehad
5 5L had been to visit the Doctor who whoholds whoooIds whot
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E holds an important position with thelegislature the thelegislature thelegislature
S k K i legislature legislatureWe
We are always pleased to publish publishcommunications publishcommunications publishcommunications
communications upon subjects of in interest interest interest ¬
terest to the citizens and taxpayers taxpayersbut
but we must insist that the communications communi communications communications ¬
cations be written in a plain hand and andnot andnot andnot
not more than onehalf column in inlength inlength inlength
length lengthThe lengthThe lengthThe
The Worth Stephens St pbenl Company are offering of offering offering ¬
fering 25 per cent off on clothing for forthe forthe forthe
the rest of this month and June They Theyhave Theyhave Theyhave
have a big line of high grade clothing clothingand
and they ought to be able to close it itout itout itf
f out at the prices they are making Call Calland Calland Callr
r and look at their stock stockThe stockThe stockThe
The Lay Oak and White Springs Springsftailrosd Springsf SpringsRatoad
f ftailrosd Co wi w1M Wild a line of rail railroad railI ¬
I rail road from tot to that popular Hamil Hamilton Hamilt ¬
ton t to + a county CHAt rocwt city dt White Springs Springsami
air wfll illt pet p t M a regular passenger p enor and andfreight andfrelrit andire
freight ire gM train tn setafete The general generalAocoftlM generalbef
AocoftlM bef 0 c tM ooMpwy 1111 will be in this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city cityMrr
Mrr Dr C S Brown left yesterday yosterdayaftoraoon yesterdayaftomeoa OIterdayaltonMOA
aftoraoon for Swainoboro Ga to toattend toau8Rd toattend
attend tAe emeieorwnt commone ettt t exercises of ofti oftIw ofthe
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ti the Swal Swainoboro > boro High School of ofwWch ofwlMcll ofwh
wWch wh kh her r daughter bt r Mi Mill Loteelie is isA isI isa
A rtwtat and it a member of the thegraatfeg thelfIdealiar thegradeatfag
graatfeg class Mrs Brown will m re return retUB retaro ¬
turn home IM next week and will be accom accompanied accompuiod accompanlod ¬
panied by Mill LokeHe LokeHeS
S P Mays returned Monday from fromLouisville fromLouisille fromLouisville
Louisville Ky where h be had been to toattend toattond toattend
attend the Southern Baptist conven convention convention conventiori ¬
tion Mr Mays met Bro Ridley for formerly forl1erly fortwerly ¬
merly pastor of the first Baptist church churchof
of this city but now of Beaumont BeaumontTexas BeaumontTexas BeaumontTexas
Texas Bro Ridley told him the first firstchance firstchance firstchance
chance he got he was going to visit us usNo usNo usNo
No man we know of would find a more morefeearty moreiwty morehearty
hearty welcome here Everybody loves lovesBro lovesBro lovesBro
Bro Ridley RidleyV j
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WELBORN NEWS NEWSu NEWSItems NEWSItells NEWSItems
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Items of Interest Froa That Progres Progressive P Psive Pro res ressive ¬
sive Little City CityMr CityMr CityMr
Mr Charles B Hurt a highly re respected respected respected ¬
spected citizen who lived lined two miles milesnorth milesnorth milesnorth
north of here on his farm died on last lastMonday lastMonday lastMonday
Monday and was buried in the family familyhurrying familyburrying familyhurrying
hurrying ground at Huntsville church churchTuesday churchTuesday churchTuesday
Tuesday following The funeral ser services services services ¬
vices were conducted by Rev F P PJernigan PJernigan PJernigan
Jernigan the Methodist pastor here of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which church Mr Hurt was a consis consistent consistant consistent ¬
tent member He had been in poor poorhealth poorhealth poorhealth
health for several years but has been beenable beenable beenable
able to look after his affairs and transact transact trans transact ¬
act his business notwithstanding the thefact thefact thefact
fact that he was frequently very feeble feebleHe feebleHe feebleHe
He was an upright man a good citizen citizenand citizenand citizenand
and a dutiful husband and father He Heleaves Heleaves Heleaves
leaves a wife four sons and a daughter daughteralso
also four brothers and two sisters and andother andother andother
other relatives and frie friends to mourn his hissad hissad hissad
sad departure The sympathies of the theentire theentire theentire
entire community go out to the family familyin
in their bereavment bereavmentR
R B Zipperrer a good citizen living livingnear livingnear livingnear
near here is very sick and faint hopes hopesentertained hopesentertained hopesentertained
entertained for his recovery recoveryMrs recoveryMrs recoveryMrs
Mrs G A Buie of Lake City left leftyesterday leftyesterday leftyesterday
yesterday after spending a few days dayshere dayshere dayshere
here with the family of Mr A W Mc McLeran McI McLeran McLeran I
Leran and other relatives and friends friendsMr
Mr A W McLeran and wife wifeMessrs wifeMessrs wifeMessrs
Messrs W H McClellan S R Mal Mailory Mallory Mallory
lory W L Blackmon W B Howell Howelland Howelland Howelland
and C M Feilding attended the Meth Methodist Metbodist Methodist ¬
odist district conference at Lake City Citylast Citylast Citylast
last week The three latter were from fromLeona fromLeona fromLeona
Leona church south of here hereJudge hereJudge hereJudge
Judge B H Palmer and wife spent spenta
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a few days here last week visiting Dr DrHackney DrHackney DrHackney
Hackney and family and other relatives relativesand
and friends friendsMiss friendsMiss friendsMiss
Miss Fannie Smithson of Lake City Cityis
is here visiting relatives and friends friendsThe friendsThe friendsThe
The Welborn gtaded school closed on onthe onthe onthe
the 12th after a successful term of ofeight ofeight ofeight
eight months monthsProf monthsProf monthsProf
Prof F L Hulsey as principal and andMiss andMiss andMiss
Miss Annie Hemming as assistan ac acquitted acquitted acquitted ¬
quitted themselves with much credit credithaving credithaving credithaving
having discharged their duties in a very verysatisfactory verysatisfactory verysatisfactory
satisfactory manner Medals were wereawarded wereawarded wereawarded
awarded to Miss Jessie Stubbs Mild Mildred Mildred Mildred ¬
red Smithson and Lillie Mallory Prof ProfJ
J E Wood was present and delivered deliveredthe
the medal to Miss Stubbs for the best bestdeclamation bestdeclamation I
declamation in a very appropriate ad address address address ¬
dress Prof OHara county superin superintendentwas superintendentJwas superintendent ¬
tendentwas tendent was also present and delivered deliveredan
an address which was full of good goodthoughts goodthoughts goodthoughts
thoughts thoughtsand t and was listened to with withmarked withmarked withmarked
marked attention attentionMiss attentionMiss attentionMiss
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Miss Mamie Tison and Mr W BZachery B BZachery
Zachery a popular young couple were werequietly werequietly werequietly
quietly united in marriage here last lastTuesday lastTuesday lastTuesday
Tuesday night at the Methodist parson parsonage parsonage parsonage ¬
age by Rev F P Jernigan Only the thecontracting thecontracting thecontracting
contracting parties and the family of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the officiating minister were presentWhile present presentWhile presentWhile
While the friends of the couple were wererather wererather wererather
rather expecting the marriage still stillthey stinthey stillthey
they were not prepared for the ro romance romance romance ¬
mance which was announced early earlyWednesday earlyWednesday earlyWednesday
Wednesday morning MissjTison is the theeldest theeldest theeldest
eldest daughter of Rev and Mrs W WA WA WA
A Tison of this place She was born bomand bornand bornand
and raised here and has taught school schoolseveral schoolseveral schoolseveral
several terms in this county She Sheis
is industrious and has many other otherqualifications otherqua1ifi otherqualifications
qualifications qua1ifi tioos which commend her herMr herMr herMr
Mr Zachary is at present engaged in inthe inthe inthe
the mercantile business He is an up upright upright upright ¬
right honest and faithful young man manand manand manand
and has made many friends here since sincehe sincehe sincehe
he came among us a few years ago agoMost agoMost agoMost
Most hearty congratulations are here hereby hereby hereby ¬
by extended to Mr and Mrs Zachary Zacharywith Zacharywith Zacharywith
with best wishes for their future hap happiness happiness happiness ¬
piness and prosperity Y YChamberlains YChamberlains YChamberlains
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Chamberlains Liniment LinimentThis LinimentThis LinimentThis
This is a new preparation and a good goodone goodone
one It is especially valuable as a cure curefor curefor curefor
for chronic and muscular rheumatism rheumatismand
and for the relief from pain which it itaffords itaffords itaffords
affords in acute inflammatory rheuma rheumatism rheumatism rheumatism ¬ I
tism Those Thosewho who have used it have in invariably invariably invariably ¬
variably spoken of it in the very high highest highest highest ¬
est terms of praise Lame back lame lameshoulder lameshoulder lameshoulder
shoulder and stiff neck are due to torheumatism torheumatism torheumatism
rheumatism of the muscles usually usuallybrought usuallybroustht usuallybrought
brought on by exposure to cold or damp dampand dampand dampand
and are quickly cured by applying this thisliniment thisliniment thisliniment
liniment freely and massaging the af affected affected affected ¬
fected parts Soreness of the muscles muscleswhether muscleswhether muscleswhether
whether induced by violent exercise or orinjury orinjury orinjury
injury is allayed by this liniment For Forsale Forsale Forsale
sale by Barclay Groover druggists druggistsNot druggistsNotice druggistsNotice
Not Notice ice to Teachers TeachersYou TeachelSYou TeachersYou
You are hereby notified that the State Stateuniform Stateuniform Stateuniform
uniform examination for teachers will willbegin willbegin willbegin
begin at the Suwannee high school schoolbuilding schoolbuilding schoolbuilding
building at 8 oclock oc k a m Tuesday TuesdayJune TuesdayJune TuesdayJune
June the 8th A D 1909 Each appli applicant appliI applicant applicant ¬ I
cant is requested to provide himself himselfwith himselfwIth himselfwith
with cap paper pen ink certificate of ofrecommendation ofrecommendation I Irecommendation
recommendation and an examination examinationfee
fee of one dollar dollarRespectfully dollarRespectfully dollarRespectfully
Respectfully RespectfullyJ
J H OHAaASupt OHARA OHARASupt OHAUSupt
Supt Pub Inst
School Sr ol CJosiig CJ iAg at WelhoraWelborn Welbora WelboraWelbora WelboraWelbom
Welbora May MaylTheWelborn 18TheWeIbom lBThe Welborn highschool high highschool highschool
school closed Wednesday night May
121909 12 1909 The exercises were well at attended attended attended ¬
tended by the patrons and all the peo people pe0ple people ¬
ple generally of the community The Theprogram Theprogram Theprogram
program was carried out nicely each eachpupil eachpupil eachpupil
pupil performing his duty in an enthu enthusiastic enthusiastic enthusiastic ¬
siastic manner There were some nice nicerecitations nicerecitations nicerecitations
recitations among the pupils on which whichthere whichthere whichthere
there was given a medal for the one onewho onewho onewho
who was the most excellent in the general gen general general ¬
eral manner of reciting All did fine fineand fineand fineand
and seemed to be interested in the thework thework thework
work Miss Bessie Stubbs received the themedal themedal themedal
medal which we all hope will be an en encouragement encouragement encouragement ¬
couragement to her in life This medal medalwas medalwas medalwas
was presented by ExSuperintendent J JE JE JE
E Wood who made a fine talk to both boththe boththe boththe
the audience and the pupils in which he hetried hetried hetried
tried to make the boys believe that thatprizes thatprizes thatprizes
prizes were especially addicted to girls girlsbut girlsbut girlsbut
but the boys showed their colors by one onesmart onesmart onesmart
smart little fellow coming out and re receiving receiving receiving ¬
ceiving the next prize which was pre presented presented presented ¬
sented by Rev W A Tison who gave gavein
in detail the condition that the town of ofWelborn ofWelborn ofWelborn
Welborn was in when he first moved in init init init
it explaining the growth and prosperity prosperityof
of the town from that time to this thisThe thisThe thisThe
The next and last prize was given on ondeportment onI ondeportment ondeportment
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deportment which was won by Miss MissMildred MissMildred MissMildred
Mildred Smithson and presented by byHon byHon byHon
Hon A W McLeran with a nice ad address address address ¬
dress in which he assured the principal principalProf
Prof F L Hulsey and the assistant assistantMiss assistantMiss assistantMiss
Miss Annie Hemming that their work workhad workhad workhad
had been entirely satisfactory and that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the people here appreciated their work workalso workalso workalso
also and enjoyed their stay in Welborn WelbornThey WelbornThey WelbornThey
They had some dialogues which were werevery werevery werevery
very humoristic in nature special at attention attention attention ¬
tention beingdrawn being drawn to theMuffin the Muffin Man Manwho Manwho Manwho
who was loved so much by the little littlefolks littlefolks littlefolks
folks and to the Black Crow in inwhich inwhich inwhich
which the preacher was wasBO So enthused enthusedover
over the nice music made by his con congregation congregation congregation ¬
gregation There were other dialogues dialoguesof
of humoristic nature but I havnt time timeto
to go in full details detailsTo
To Prof F L Hulsey and his worthy worthyassistant worthyassistant worthyassistant
assistant Miss Annie Hemming we wegive wegive wegive
give credit for the success that has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been made here in the school work this thisyear thisyear thisyear
year Prof Hulsey who has just come comein comein comein
in our midst has proved to be a man of ofintellect ofintellect ofintellect
intellect Miss Hemming is one of the thebest thebest thebest
best teachers of the county whose busi business business business ¬
ness and social faculties are unsur unsurpassed unsurpassed unsurpassed ¬
passed
Boys OS Will WillBe Be Boys Boysand Bosand Boysand
and are always getting scratches cuts cutssprains cutssprains cutssprains
sprains bruises bumps burns orscaKls orscaldsDont orscaKlsDont orscaklsDont
Dont neglect such things thinggthey they may mayresult mayresult mayresult
result serious if you do Apply Bal Ballards Ballards Ballards
lards Snow Liniment according to di directions directions directions ¬
rections right away and it will relieve relievethe rehevethe relievethe
the pain and heal the trouble Price Price25c Price25c Price25c
25c 50c and 100 Sold by Suwannee SuwanneeDrug SuwanneeDrug SuwanneeDrug
Drug Co
More About Roads RoadsEditor RoadsEditor RoadsEditor
Editor Democrat DemocratLike DemocratLike DemocratLike
Like Messrs Landen Nobles and De DeBerry DeBerry DeBerry
Berry I think our socalled public publicroads publicroadsare roads roadsare roadsare
are in bad shape shapeI
I think it would be a good idea to tofall tofaU tofall
fall back on the old way as it will put putpeople putpeople putpeople
people on the road that do not pay any anyroad anyroad anyroad
road tax and travel it more than a tax taxpayer taxpayer taxpayer ¬
payer I would prefer paying a road roadtax roadtax roadtax
tax rather than work the road if it was wasonly wasonly wasonly
only worked as it should be Start up upor upor upor
or down some of the hil hills and when you youget youget youget
get up or down you will have a back backache b backache ck ckache
ache or tooth ache from running over overthe overthe overthe
the potatoe beds across the road to turn turnthe turnthe turnthe
the water waterI
I was out driving Sunday afternoon afternoonand
and my horses came near running away awayfrom aayfrom awayfrom
from bushes striking the spokes of the thebuggy thebuggy thebuggy
buggy wheels In places you sure surehave surehave surehave
have to stay in the middle of the road roador
or ride oak scrub anddog fennel about aboutten aboutten aboutten
ten feet high highOur highOur highOur
Our road contractors I presume presumehave presumehave presumehave
have to work according to their pay if ifso ifso
so they sure get poor pay payout out my way wayHoping wayHoping wayHoping
Hoping no one will think I am trying tryingto I Ito
to criticise them as I am only wanting wantingbetter wantingbetter I Ibetter
better roads and with best wishes to tothe tothe tothe
the Democrat I am amYours amYours amYours
Yours for better roads roadsJ
J V BROWN BROWNR
R No No3 3 Live Oak Fk FlaA FkA F FA
A Living Skeleton Skeletonis
is the final condition of any child that thathas thathas thathas
has worms wormsif if it lives Think of hav having baving having ¬
ing something in you stomach that eats eatsall eatsaU eatsall
all you take as nourishment Nine Ninetenths Ninetenths Ninetenths
tenths of the babies have worms wormS may maybe may maybe maybe
be yours has Be certain that it has hasnot hasnot hasnot
not by giving it Whites Whites Cream am Ve Vermifuge Vermfugeit Vermi rnifugeit ¬
fuge fugeit it expels all worms and is a tonic tonicfor tonicfor tonicfor
for the baby bib Price 25 cents Sold by bySuwannee bySuwannee bySuwannee
Suwannee Drug Co CoLOST CotosTLadies CoLosTLadies
tosTLadies LOST Ladies gold oId watch cross on onfob onfob onfob
fob Return to E H Pichard and get getreward getreward getreward
reward rewardSuwannee rewardSuwannee rewardSuwannee
Suwannee Democrat 100 a Year
I PIERCECASE PIERCECASEWAS PIERCE CASE NSMISUD NSMISUDWAS S9 S9WAS
WAS CHARGED WITH MAKtN9 MAKIN4FALSE MAKtN9FALSE MAKIrNFALSE
FALSE AFFIDAVITHI tOHD tOHDMEN IOHDIMEN OttDMEN
MEN ARE RELEASED RELEASEDAustin RELEASEDAustin
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Austin Tex TeLThe The The original orl b oitam u uH f fB 1 1IL
H Clay Pierce presided presldeatoUM resIdeatol of tfci Wat WatersPierce WatersP WiteraPierce ¬
ersPierce ersP rce Oil company charged with wltkmaking withmaking withmaking
making a false affidavit that his com coinI company company ¬
I pany was not a trust nor connected connectedjwith connectI connectedj
jwith I with a trust was dismissed in the thedistrict thedistrict thedistrict
district court here and his bondsmen bondsmenreleased bondsmenI bondsmenreleased
released releasedThe reIe releasedThe ed edT1ie
I The The case under the second Indictmeat indict indictment indictment
ment which recites the same charge chargeof
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of false swearing and merely per perfects perlectserrors perfects ¬
fects lectserrors errors in the first indictment indictmentI
j I was postponed by common consent consentuntil consentuntil consentuntil
until the fall term of the court Oc October Dctober October ¬
tober 11th is the date fixed for the thetrial theI thetrial
I trial trialMr triaLI
trialMr
I Mr Pierce immediately gave boad boadin
in the sum of 20000 20000Mr 20094Mr
I Mr Pierce arrived here accompa accompanied accompanied accompanied ¬
nied by his attorney Judge E P Per Perj Perkins
j kins of Dallas for the purpose of ap appearing appearing appearing ¬
pearing before the district court in inthe Inthe inthe
the case pending against him wherein whereinjhe whereinhe
jhe he is charged with making a false falseaffidavit falseaffidavit
I
Iaftidavit affidavit a number of years ago to tojthe tothe tothe
jthe I the effect that his company was not nottrust nota
a trust nor connected with a trust trustin trustin trustin
in order that he might have the com company company comparry
pany reinstated so as to continue bus business busmess busmess ¬
mess in Texas He was w originally originallyi I Iindicted
I i indicted some four years ago and that tkatindictment t thatIndictment at atI
I indictment has been pending against againsthim a againsthim ainst ainsthim
him ever since sinceA j i
A month ago a revised statement statementwas t twas
was secured from a second examina examination examinaI examination ¬
tion by a grand jury it being claimed claimedthat claimedthat
I that the original indictment was wasfaulty wasfaulty wasfaulty
faulty in one or two instances I
1
8 to 16 Years for Capt Hains HainsFlushing HainsFlushing HainsFlushing
Flushing N Y YCaptain Captain Peter C CHains CHains CHams
Hains Jr United States army arm who whowas whoI lvhowas
was convicted of manslaughter in the thefirst j I i
first degree for killing William E Anj An Annis i
nis at the Bayside Yacht Club last lastAugust lastAugust lastAugust
August was sentenced by Justice Garretson Gar Garretson Garretson
retson in the supreme court to an in indeterminate indeterminate indeterminate ¬
determinate sentence of not less than thaneight thanI
I eight years ears nor more than sixteen sixteenyears sixteenI
I years at hard labor in states prison prisonAfter prisonAfter prisonAfter I
After Justice Garretson had imposed imposedthe
the sentence Captain Hains sat down downand downand downand
and dropped his head on the table be before before before ¬
fore him He seemed overcome with withemotion withemotion withemotion
emotion for a few moments but soon soonrecovered soonrecovered soonrecovered
recovered himself and sat upright uprightstaring uprIghtstarIng uprightstaring
staring at the court courtGeneral courtGeneral courtGeneral
General Hains the defendants defendantsfather defendanfsfather defendantsfather
father and Major John Hains who whowere whowere whowere
were in court displayed much emo emotion emotion emotion ¬
tion Immediately after sentence the theprisoners theprisoners theprisoners
prisoners lawyers asked for a stay of ofsentence ofsentence ofsentence
sentence for a few days in order to totake totake totake
take an appeal Justice Garretson Garretsonsaid
said the case would take the usual usualcourse usualcourse usualcourse
course and gave the defense tweaty tweatyfour teatrfour tweat tweatfour
four hours in which to file an ap appeal appeal appeal ¬
peal He then remanded Captain CaptainHains CaptainHains CaptainHams
Hains to the custody of the sheriff sheriffDARINGJOLDUP sheritlDARING sheriffDARING
DARINGJOLDUP DARINGJOLDUPTWO DARING HOLDUP HOLDUPTWO
TWO MEN ROB TRAIN TRAINIT RT IT IS SAID SAIDTHAT SAIDTHAT SAIDTHAT
THAT THEY SECURED ONLY ONLYABOUT ONLYABO ONLYABOUT
ABOUT ABO UT X200 X200Augusta 200 200Augusta
j jugusta
Augusta Ga GaTwo Two robbers boarded boardedSouthern boardedSouthern boardedSouthern
Southern passenger train No 17 at atWarrenrille atWarrenrllle atWarrenville
Warrenrille S C 10 miles wit got gotthe gotthe gotthe
the drop on Express Messenger essenger Thom Thomas
as L Hutto knocked him senseless senselesswith se senselesswith sele5s sele5s1ritk
with a piece of rubber bose pinioned pinionedhis
his arms behind him took his keys keysthrew kejsthrew keysthrow
threw him into an empty express expresschest expresschest expresschest
chest locked him therein and ran ranlacked ranJacked ransacked
lacked the car at will i iThe j
The train makes up at Branchville Branchvilleand
and carries through express aDd mail mailfrom mailfrom mailfrom
from Charleston and Columbia to Au Augusta Augusta Augusta ¬
gusta E C Burrell agent of the theSouthern tbeSoutbern theSouthern
Southern Express Company at Augus Augusta i
ta states that the records show that thatthe thatthe
I
the robbers secured about 200 This Thisis
is the first time on record that the theexpress theexpress theexpress
express has been of such smallamount small smallamount smallamount
amount The average currency ex express express express ¬
press thereon is 2500 to 10000 10000The 14000The I
The robbers rode into Augusta and andleft andleft andleft
left the train on Broad street in thecenter the thecenter I Icenter
center of the city No one on the thetrain th thtrain theetrain
train knew of the incident and the therobbery therObbery therobbery
robbery was not discovered until the themessenger themessenger themessenger
messenger was liberated lt t the unionstation union unionitation I
station the negro porters who were werengaged i itngaged i iengaged
engaged in unloading the express hay ha ¬
lug located the imprisoned man by
his vigorous kicking within the box boxAdmiral boxAdmiral boxAdmiral
Admiral Swinburne Retire RetiresSan RetireSan RetireLSan
San Francisco FranciscoRear Rear Admiral W
T Swinburne commanding the Pa Pacific Pacific Pacific ¬
cific fleet hauled down his flag on the thecruiser thecruiser thecruiser I
cruiser West Virginia having reach reached
ed the age o f retirement and Rear
Admiral Uriel Sebree commander of
the second division of the fleet took tookcommand tookcommand tookcommand
command of the whole raising his
flag on the cruiser Tennessee which whichwill whichwill
will hereafter h reafter be the flagship flagshipMrs agshipMrs
Mrs Taft Will Soon Recover RecoverWashington
Washington Mrs Taft who suffer suffered ¬
I ed a nervous breakdown is
mach
improved Im Improved improved ¬
proved After the call of Dr Deli Delaney DeJanero Deliney
ney the attending physician at the thewhite thewhite thewhite
white house it was announced that
the presidents wife had rested com
fortably and was much better betterMrs betterMrs betterMrs
Mrs Taft became ill while
on atrip a trip
down the Potomac river with the pres
Ident and a small sma party of o friends friendsg
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