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RED MEN ENJOY BIG
RALLY IN GREENWOOD
60V. (OLE. L BLEASH 0>E OF
Great Sachem Anil, Past Great Sachem
Carlisle And Others Prominent
in the (frder Present.
Greenwood Journal, 19th.
"Welcomed to Greenwood by H. C.
Tillman m oenan 01 tne ma>ui auu
the city in a~ short and appropriate j
address about 600 Red Men, most of
them from Greenwood and the Pied- j
mont section, open their rally this
morning at 11 o'clock in the grove
in Andrews street. Response was
made for the local--Red Men by Mr. J. j
W. Canfield, who aptly fitted his re- |
marks to the occasion and response
in behalf of the Great Coucil of the j
State, whiclj has a membership of
about 4,000, was made by Col. E. H. j
Aull, of Newberry, one of the ~ best ;
known and most popular members of
the oraer in South Carolina. Hon. D. j
W MajHll. nresided.
Col. Aull declared that the coramer- j
cial spirit should never prompt any j
one to "become connected with this influential
fraternal body, and he urged
all members to exemplify th^ real fra- :
ternal spirit in their lives at all
times. He referred to the fact that
there are 4,000 Red Men in South Car- |
olina and spoke of the work for char- j
ity that should be done by the order.
Real charity he defined as that which
will give aid to a brother who actually
needs assistance and this is the
kind of charity that the order of Red
Men stands for.
The friends of Mr. C. E. Tolly, of
Anderson and Mr. J. G. Long, of Un
??<-> ? > rr +V> nrin/tinal
lOli, WliU y> CI C ctlliUlig, LJJ.C pi luviyu.
speakers of the day were disappointed
that they could not be present. Dr.
J. P. Carlisle, of Greenville, and Mr.
0. D. Gray, of Williamston, followed
the introductory addresses with
speeches that were thoroughly enjoyed
by the large audience, and then
came Gov. Cole. L. Blease, who, of
course, was the dfawing card of the
day. He spoke on "Red Manship,"
beginning his address at 2 o'clock.
Those who have heard Gov. Blease on
the subject of frSfernalism declare
thatlie~Ts at his "best when discussing
this subject,-and hir address this afternoon
?is pronounced to be equal to
his standard although he did not
dwell upon it very long.
(Stating that -per-haps his audience
had heard enough on the subject of
"Better Goods al
The HOUSE MB?? 1
Red Manship, eke governor very soon
branched off on the subject of education,
and ^repeated "his well known
views on the compulsory form. He
reiterated his statement made many |
Times before that he is opposed to
I compulsory education, first, because
he believes that it was not intended
that a man and wife should be forced j
to manage their children, and, second,;
because the State of South .Carolina :
is not in a condition to change, since !
some of the schools are now able to j
run only five weeks in the year.
He referred to the one-mill passed
i?>et ceQsinn nf the legislature i
tuv iuw? ? ?w .
as "nothing" and expressed the belief'
that all of the money had gone to!
city and graded schools.
After the address of welcome and |
the response this morning an excel-1
lent barbecue dinner was served inj
\ i '
the grove, the Red Men and their j
friends who are not members of the '
order enjoying the feast to the utter-!
The extreme heat todaj may have |
kept a great many people from attending
the exercises, still the crowd
is a large and representatvie one. As!
announcd on the program only fraternal
subjects were to be discussed,
but this did ot prevent a pretty fair.
sprinkling of those -who like the political
game from attending. Of
course there was political talk on the i
streets and under the shade of the
A number of well known citizens
from adjoining counties helped to
make the day a success. The Hon.
Joshua Ashley headed a delegation
from Anderson and Abbeville counties,
and, as usual, "Citizen" Josh
was the center of attraction in many
crowds all day. Supervisor J. Mack
King, of Anderson county, Mr. Fred.
H. Dominick, of Newberry, and~many
others of more or less prominence
| were fn attendance. ' j
>'ews of St Paul.
SDecial to The Herald and News.
St. Paul, July 21.?Fine rains fell,
through this section Saturday and
Sunday, which'were very much needed.
Mrs. T. H. Wedaman. Mrs. D. L.
Wedaman and Miss Juanita Epting
left on Saturday for Savannah, where
they will spend a "Tew weeks with
friends and relatives. On their way j
home they will visit friends and rel-:
atives in Columbia.
Prof. E. 0. Counts and wife, of
Prosperity, spent Sunday with the
Fomilxr nf Mr "W "R "RninPsT'
V/J? +1J.+. ? * " ?
-Mr. A. C. Richardson and family,!
of Prosperity, are visiting at the
t Same Money."
f 1.000 things
*, .*jr A
has issued orde
li ~ .
I Make your pru
refused. CO A
White pique skirts wort
200 all wool, black and
^ if. r\r\ o nrl Cr no Vfl1
H . iNf.w auu
we name a price that will
a When you see th?se bar
1 36 in brown linen worth
40 m sea island^ worth J
Turkey red table dama,
Ladies' tape neck gauze
I lot lasts each *
36 in Poe Mills bleachin
i Colored table oil cloth,
Big lot embroidery edg
ioc, choice the yard
200 Bed !
We'll put on sale this
spreads, worth every cent
I OM?3_. I
I We need
No goods ch<
If 1V1 JL 1
hora^i of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Kinard.
| Miss Lizzie Boinest after a few
weeks' stay with friends in Prosperity
has returned home.
| Miss Ruth Price, of Newberry, R. F.
~ * 4--'3 + ~ vie it Misc T^OUise
L) . y IS 0 X p t/U LCU L U T lUAb ?? -
Counts the latter part of this week. |
Old Folks' Day will be observed at j
St. Paul on the third Sunday in Auj
gust. An interesting program is being
arranged for tl\e morning service.
In the afternoon, it is the purpose
of th? St. Paul congregation to
entertain tne old folks under the
beautiful shade trees by furnishing
them with good comfortable seats and
* -1-- ^ n 1y
plenty of good cool water iu uma
that they may have plenty of time to
talk to-tHeir friends. The public is
most cordially invited to attend and
bring well" filled baskets to spend a
pleasant day and make the old f&ks
as happy as possible. A special invitation
is extended to the old people
to come and be with us on this occai
sionT The joint council, composed St.
J Paul, St. Phillip and Bachman Chapel
will meet at St. Paul on Thursday be- I
fore the first Sunday in August at 4 |
o'clock p. m. The'following delegates j
have been elected to ths township !
. . ,
Sunday school convention wfiicn
meets at aCnnon Creek: Mrs. J. C. |
Aull, Mrs. Y von A. Riser and Prof.
F. F. Livingston.
Mr. Jas. P. Ricbrardson had a yery
jh's July J
s the biggest day in
rs to "let go" every
ze, your hid, your O)
:h $1.2,5, as l?ng a? they last>
navy blue skirts in the bunch,
ues, to close up the lot quickly
do the work $2.98
gains you will want to buy it all.
i 15c, Clean Up Sale price the
. .8 I-2C
3 1-2C, Sale price 5c
sk, worth 35c, Clean Up Sale
vests, worth 10c, as long as the
g, worth 8 1-2C, Sale price 5c
worth 25c, Sale price yard 12 i-2c
;ing and insertion, values up to
spreads at $1.39
week ioo large Marseilles bed
of $2.00, only one to each buyer
I the mone
arged, no phone
r- ? I
'The Store That'!
narrow escape of fire one night last p
AVrwiif 19 n'/?lnr?1r 'Ttip family I
ween auuut v vavuu.. w
was awakened "by the flames and
smoke that~had gotten in the room.
They found a large"wardrobe which
was full of clothes on fire. It seems
that it must have" caught on the inside
being caused by a rat or mouse striking
a match. One of the children had
put a box of matches in- the .wardrobe
the day before. The wardrobe was
quickly removed from the room by the
family"and some of the neighbors and
the remainder of the fire was put out
with water. The damage amounted to
~ -* ">? A Pieor "aront to
uur pasior, i. vuu a. xvi^w) n v??? ??
Jalapa on Sunday afternoon to make
an address to the congregation there. |
The fellow who is looking for aj
peck of trouble, newer -has cause to
complain of short measure.
Life is a masquerade. Otherwise
people wouldn't fall in love at first
j The books of registration will be
open on the first Monday and Tuesday
of- August and the Saturday following
for^tlTe registration of voters.
Board of Registration.
Sale I Mim
Must be M
i our history. Mi
remaining article i
ex ... .. 1.1. .
rjer, no reasvnuuie
More New Para
We sold over ioo-last Saturday. '
the lot left to select from, all new ha
$1.25 parasols to go at only each
All $1.50 and $2.00 parasols to go
Tliie Will ha fnrcpl
11113. IIU1 Ut VVItfVI
All new models with garter attachc
sets worth and sells elsewhere at 65c
the lot lasts choice
All $1.25 and $1.50 W. B. and R.
This WiU be Stqckii
All our 20c lisle thread stockiugs
white, all marked down to 15c, 2 p^i
One lot ladies' black silk stockings
worth 40c, as long as they last
Sheets and Pillow
25 dozen seam sheets, full size, 59c
Pillow cases', full size, 45 x 36, w
the lot lasts each
y and we
orders taken, bri
k W V-? I
5 Always Busy."
It's the car with tl
The Ford's surpris
cost is matched b
of maintenance. .
sand service statio
Ford repairs are
Here's the test: 300,0c
service. Runabout $5
$600; Town Car $800
Lwith all equipment. (
all particulars from S
Newberry, S. C,
naugh's j J |
MNA UGH I
n the house. I
price will be
fhere are hundreds in
mdles, all $1.00 and
lents. 25 dozen corand
75c, as long as
& G. corsets, choice
in black, tan and
r for 25c
, wi^h lisle garter top,
...A. 17 1-2C
: kind all go at 38c . > /
orth 15c, as long as
' ' I
ng the cash
? 1KB 111 I...II ! ! , ! ???,?r
. / *
le down keep.
ingly low first
y its low cost
And six thouns?where
to be had at
-insure its conservice.
>0 Fords now in
2S: Touring Car
?f. o. b. Detroit,
jet catalogue and