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j|i!t ^erom and Jems, i
Entered at the Postoffice at Xew- i
berry, S. n< 2nd class liqattcr.
I*. II. A I'LL, EDI TOR.
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Tuesday. May i'b\ 1U14.
We wan-: all members of the Press
association to come to the annual '
meeting at Chick Springs prepared j
to join the Buttermilk association,
_ which we hope to organize at that
Hope you will permit some oi' us j
who do not drink buttermilk to drink j
some of the water from the spring. '
Wonder if Tom Arnold is encouraging !
the formation of a buttermilk club.
There are 51 rules regulating the
primary election. I" will require a
lawyer t > explain and interpre them, j
That is one criticism we would make
of the rules?there ave too many.
The tendency in all lines is to regu- ,
late to> much by rules and laws. We
go on rhe principle that every mart- is l
guil= y or a rascr.l and we try to re- j
form him by law and rule. However.
the rules are all right.
The State cot vention has made a
good beginning of reform. .Vow for a
campaign where the game is played
according to the rules that govern all
popular American games?fa^r play,
no rough house, courtesy and respect j
for rivals and le-. the best man win.? j
Spar anMirg oJxxrnal.
That is good advice and among the
first people to take lessons are the
newspapers. Every cue should favor
iair pia>, eum icj* <wiu ics^cti. j
is no use and no profit to any one 10 j "
do otherwise than fair and just in all j things.
The Herald and News is printing
today .he rules governing the primary
as adopted by the State convention
last week. This will be a good copy
.of the paper for each subscriber to
file away. Read t :?e rules first, how-;
ever. We are also sending ou; a few j
The main thi.:g in the new rules, j
or rathe* the important change is the
destroying cf all old rolls and the |
making of new ones. Every man who j
wants to vote in the primary is r?
quired to sign the club rolls in person '
and he mus. sign the roll in the club
' district i.i which he resides.
Jt will en.ail a lot of extra work '
on the secretaries.
The thing for every voter to do is j
to see tD it that he signs the club roll
and he will be entitled to vo.e.
Many of the old rolls were incom\
j-lete and had names on them of people
who had moved awav and died.
The present plan will give a new j
registration of voters and if all the.
voters e.me forward a<)d sign the!
rolls will give an asprpximately correct
lis: ox all the Democratic vot- j
VGEI) < OMM ( TDK
William Gaston Smith Dies :>t Anderson?Made
AnderdJii, May 21.?William Gaston
Smith, veteran railway conductor
of o4 years of con.unions service
with the Southern railway, knov.r affec
ionately as "Capt. Billy" Smith
by thousands :f persons all over the ; B
country, died at his home in tiiis city
early today at :lis is;e of 7r> years.
The funeral services will be held In
the First Baptist ehurea '.omorrow ati
ternoon ac 3 o'clock and hu> rme a ;
will be made in Silver Brook cem?- ~
Capt. Billy Smith had been confined }
to his bed for four m-onhs; no organa
ic trouble, but just gradually wearing
away. Late yesterday he suffered a ,^
sudden collapse and became uncon- ^
scious. He recovered consciousness (
the moment before he died. A smiV ' ^
appeared on his face, and he then re- .
laxed. Mrs. Smith and ih? members
of his family, four daughters and two f
sons, were at the bedside when -he
On January 1. 1912, the Southern
railway retired Capt. Billy Smith cn ?
full pay. At the time of retirement;
he received beautiful letters from the c
head officials and the thoughts ex-. e
pressed in these letters have been c
greatly cherished by him. The most e
of his services was on the Columbia & 1
Greenville division. * j i
"Keep-Kool" Mohairs, P<
built by master tailors >
in the handling of feathe
Slip into one and feel th
then seek the mirror and
And with all their su
Suits are modestly pricec
Call on us today, Let i
See our beautiful rang
iin i7 ni
When our bi
Your Whole S
If You Have an;
Disease Do Not
>??*? vvAm nc\v\i
iHt Hui m
An/I oil Alliair Kftrmc nf I
niiu an uuiti i ui fiuo vi *
Hot Springs Physicians )
est Blood and Sk
placed on t'i
Full Course Treatn
$ 12.SO Singh
. We Prepare a Kemec
Write lis your Troubles. All (
Hot Springs Me
827 1-2 Central Avenue,
SPARTANS WONT VOTK
Spartanburg. May 23.?Taking tile
.round that there is an insufficient
umber of signatures 011 tin1 petitions,
). M. Miles, supervisor of Spartaniu:g
county, tonight refused to call
n election for the ree^.ablishment of
he dispensary system in the county,
"he books of registration show over
4,000 names and tlie petitions only
:utiiaiiieu suuiuiuiug u\xi oiquuures.
There was a mass meeting in
lie court house last night, at which
uguments on hoth sides of the quesion
COWK'TFD OF HJLY (RIME
Cews and Courier.
Greenville. 23.?H. T. Thompisn,
whiie aged 42 years, was sentenc d
by .Judge T. J. Mauldin in the
ourt of general sessions today tio be
lecrrocuted oa the last Friday in July,
rhompson was convicted of an unnatiral
crime, the alleged details of
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Clothes comfort, Clothes
es economy. I
dm Beaches, Worsteds are |
vho have spent their lives
e sense of cool relief? [
[ Mime juui daudiatuuii.
perior make "Keep-Kool" |
rs show you, the "buy" is i
;e of Priestley Cravenette
g Dept. ;
ood is Right j
lystem is Right j
y Blood or Skin
Delay until it is
but Order ' ' - I"
INGS REMEDY |
and Positive !
Mood and Skin Diseases.
oronounce this the Greatin
3 Bottle $5.00 I
ly for Every Disease.
Correspondence Strictly Private
I lot. Springs, A rk ansa:-..
? ; .
, has been- a recognized leader
! in the Piano world.
Write for catalogue and
Chas. M. Stieff,
rkavWfA \r r
| J. D. EDENS, S. C. Rep., I
! Gresham Hotel,
Columbia, S C.
I which are too revolting for publication. |E
| The scene following the passing of the u
j sentence was one -of the nfost pathetic 1
: ever witnessed in the Greenville court I
I house. The case is one of the most I
1 horrible ever recorded in rbe history I
of Greenville-,.- l|
A Suit For 1
Younff or (
Some men are hard to please, oth
hard to fit. The elder man wants
much more conservative than thai
by the young man.
We number among our customer
old and young men r who are ext
hard to fit, but we have never f<
OUR STOCK OF
Michael Stern & Co.
Kenry Sonneborn & C
includes both extreme and conse
styles and can be had in any size c
PRICES FROM $10 t<
Palm Beach and Summer Wa
With the hot. weather comes a desire f
cooler, or looks better on a hot day thai
We have just received ou stock for tl
regular coats, in many different patter
The straw hat season is really here anc
only to your appearance but your comf
newest shapes are being shown, ami
narrow brim. Attend to buying that s
STRAWS $1 to $3
When in need
and birthday pr<
come to The Bool
large variety of tl
J to select from:
Books, Poems, School J
Fountain Pens, Kodaks, J
Pins, Bar Pins, Brooches,
Pins. Watch Fobs, Sterlin
cure Sets, Brush and Con
tary Brushes, and many c
Buy at The Bo
your school win
As this is the last
will give 1,00 vote
purchase of schoo
Make The Bool
Quarters at all tin
The House of a
iftrs are M
> $25 ^|| ^jij, Jut . J
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.011 UUllO ffluijtv'.*. Jshrcn 3c Co. ' i
or suitable clothing. Nothing is lighter,
i o Polm Rqq^V? nr finmmpr Wash S?iifc.
,1 (V x aim iJV/uui vx
lis summer, which includes stouts or
ns. Sizes to fit the large or small man.
5 TO $10
[ to be without one is detrimental not s
ort. Any man can afford one All the . w' N
3ng them the high, tapering crown with
PANAMAS *4 to $6
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esents don't tail to I a
k Store, I have a I
ie following goods i
Record Books, Stationery,
fewelry, Cuff Links, Waist I , Laverliers,
Hat Pins, Stick 1- rM
g Handle Umbrellas, Mani- 1
lb Sets, Writing S'ts, JMili- I S '
)ther useful articles. I
ok Store and help I
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the tree library. g
week of school I I
s with every 5 ct. I
>1 supplies. I'
? Store your head- I
OR SAME MONEY I -A
5S" Store m
Thousand. Things I J
I. MM? ? . IB mill 1