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English language, his views on a
qeustion which he may discuss,
is a personal and political friend
Governor Bleaso, nas supported him
all his races for Slate offices, and
: pects to supp9rt him in 'his race
| United States Senate.
. j This, however, does not mean t'
the editor of this paper agrees w
Governor Blease in all of the positi<
j which the governor takes, nor does
" j inhibit the editor of The Herald i
1 News from expressing: his disagr
fee JeralD and Jems.
/uered at the Postofficv * ?-w*rr*.
C, as 2-\J class matter.
fi. H. AULL, EDITOR
Monday, Mairch 3, 1914.
The legislature will probably ad
jcurn this week. And shortly thereafter
the campaign will be upon us
And so it goes.
Governor Blease is being sustainec
* v of fVi;q ooccinr
in most 01 nis vewes ? ?.
of the legislature, and in his vetoes be
is carrying out the policy wnich he has
many times announced.
By the time the general assembly
adjourns, the few members who will
mot have been mentioned by the newsjwipers
as probable candidate foi
lieutenant governor will have a righ!
: feel very much slighted.
Tlie policy of "watchful waitingadopted
by the Washington administration
as to Mexico, appears to b*
mainly a policy of demanding information,
which is sometimes given anc
sometimes not, and which, when received,
may be correct or may not
Bowever, we trust that interventior
may not be necessary and that the
policy adopted by President Wilson
and Secretary Bryan may work ou1
for the best interests of all involved.
The general assembly adjourned or
Saturday night ft ,av?yyionwacoycoa
Saturday until tonight. It would seem
that adjournment could have been
reached Saturday night if there had
been a? earnest effort to do so, but
such was not the case. It appears
now that the session may go on the
rest of the week. We hope the senate
will reach a vote upon two measures
which it has before it It is hardly
probable that any amount of talk can
change a single vole upon the two
cen- rate bill, and the Fortner bill,
and surely no senator would admit
that he would hesitate to put himself
on record on either measure.
When one notices the many bills
passed by the general assembly providing
for constitutional amendments
most of which are proposed to meet
local demands and when the number
of amendments which have been made
is taken into consideration he must
realize that it will not be long until
there will be a demand for another
constitutional convention. The constitution
wi!l be so perfortated with
amendments before long that even its
framers will not be able to recognize
it. It is absurd that it should be
necessary, every time "a town wants tc
"assess abutting property owners," tc
have to amend the constitution.
The many friends of Judg*e and
Mrs. Eugene B. Gary will sympathize
with them in the sudden taking away
of their son, Ernest Gary. Death is
sad at any time and under any conditions
but when the young are thus
cut down with a life of promise and
usefulness before them it seems doubly
sad. Youns Garv it is said was a
favorite among his college mates
which is always a test of tie true
character and worth of a boy. Life is
all mystery and the doings of an all
wise Providence are past our understanding.
It is left only for us to recognize
that he doeth all things well
and for the good of his people, and
somewhere, sometime it will all be
revealed to us, so we are told. A
simple faith and trust is all that is
left us amid such sore oereavements
SAYS REPORT IS FAIR
Col. E. H. Aull, editor of The Herald
and News of Newberry, and a
- strong supporter of Governor Blease
is out today in an editorial to the
effect that the report of the asylum
investigation committee is entirely
fair to all concerned. Colonel Aul
does not believe a further investigation
should be made.?Spartanburg
The Herald and News tries to b(
a fair and impartial newspaper. W<
try to publish the news without coloring
it, and without regard to whethei
i: agrees with our views or cot.
In the edi:o:ia! columns the editci
endeavors to express clearly and as
plainly as he is able to command th
^ In other words, we mean to say ti
1 we are not the slavish follower, or ?
? other sort of follower, of any man.
; When it comes, if it should e'
come, that we would be forced
\ trim opinions to suit the opinions
r ; any man, :hen we will cease to pen
' ! our name to appear at the head of 1
'! editorial column of any newspap
* i This much by way of explanation
" what seemed to be a mystery to 1
editor oi the Spartanbug Herald.
' j In regard to the report of the co
*1 mi tee of investigation of the affa
; at :he asylum, we think, from our knc
leuge 01 coxiuicious at iua.i ihsuluu
I Lhat the committee has reached the s
" of tie trouble acd that in submitti
its report the committee has igno'
1 every:hing of a political nature, wh
- was brought out, and which was
1 tempted to be brought out, in the tef
In this we think the committee 1
served the best interest of the in*
1: tution. Taere is no doubt of the f;
that the effort was made to give t
investigation a political turn but
its report the committee -has ignoT
this, and, as we see it has endeavored
and has succeeded in laying before t
legislature the real troub'e and I
offered the proper solution of ti
It is now up to the regents. If i.l
will follow the suggestions made
the committee and adopted by t
legislature in a concurrent resoluti
things will move smoother at the a:
lum and the poor unfortunate inmai
will be the beneficiaries.
Of course the committee might ha
stated that there was no foundati
a ^ V* o r rrr\ i fV? a HPi 11 m o rt laff
1V1 ULLC l/UU gC l!i IUC iinuiuu igbl
that Biease and his "underlings" we
endeavoring to create some sort
,; real estate deal to the detriment
the State, but everybody knew th(
was absolutely nothing in this and
was all trumped up for political pi
Calvin Crozier Chapter.
The Calvin Crozier chapter ^
i meet with >Liss Sara Houseal Thu
( day afternoon, March 5, at 4 o'c'o
(| All members are requested to pay th
Jdues at this meeting.
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or some of the oth
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From now on you i
1 and a bag of Peanut
5c purchase of
School Tablets, every
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to win a set of dishes
ler big prizes, listed in
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viil receive a 25c coupon
Butter Kisses with every
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buy elsewhere at 1(
beg ct you to returi
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Save this ticket and n
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1 ten piece Decorated Toilet Set,
2 water Sets (engraved) value
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2 Punch Bowls with Cups, value
6 Statues (high bronzed) value
2 Decorated Parlor Lamps, value
2 Carving Sets, value $2.00 set ..
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way Tuesday, March 31, 2
'in one of tLie piizes mentioned be^
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Set, ed Kettles, value 85c e
.$5.00 4 Beautiful Pictures, size
.$5.00 2 Sets, Highly Polished
a Set Forks, value $1.25 set ..
.$7.00 1 China Nut Set?7 piece
value 1 China Salad Set?7 pi
$1.00 4 Large and Beautiful
.$2.00 Plates, value $1.0$ each
$2.00 2 Large and beautiful C
.$4.00 Bowls, value $1.00 eacfc
$2.00 2 large Ornamental Bro
$12.00 'value $2.00 each
$1.2? 1 Large Family Bible, va!
.$2.50 i Large Teachers Soft C<
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