Threaten Quit Bus
Governor Advised to Veto A
* Legislation Intended t
fek The State?March 2.
A Representatives of insurance companies.
most of the latter being mem bers
of the Southeastern Underwriters'
Association, appeared before Gov. Man-'
Mng yesterday to urge that he veto the
^^^rt recently adopted which is designed to
prevent the association from operating in
V the State. Edwin G. Seibels of Columbia,
who was in attendance on a con- :
fernce in New York regarding the South
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[ Carolina situation, teiegrapneu wmie tiie ,
hearing was in progress that the South- ;
eastern had already withdrawn from I
this State. It was the "sense of the
"meeting.'' he wired, "that no company
c<>uld safelv do business in the State!
should the measure become law."
Gov. Manning reserved his deoision. :
Fitz Hu<2ii McMaster, State commission- '
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proval of the act. John B. Reeves of i
Charleston, while arguing for a veto, in- j
timated that if the act should become j
effective those responsible might suffer '
SATURDAY, MARCH 4!
-At 12:30, ail store
fc fixtures and remaining
5 v 1 FULL WEIGHT 40 POUNDS; 1 pair 61b. Pillowi
p?" >1 *? $1.15. Selected Nev, Live. Clean, SaniCvo
i - ZMH t?ry Feather#, Best Feather proof ""iking. Sold
on money back gn&rantee. DO NOT BUY from
aayone at any price, until yoa get the BOOK Of
L. TfttTH, our big new catalog, mailed FREE*
writs a postal card TODAY. Agents Wanted. 9
H ? AMERICAN FEATHER A PILLOW COMPANY,.
DESK S 29 NASHVILLE, TENIfc
FILLED ( AREFI LL
I Here you will see tin
this spring and summe
The Jackets are sho:
Skirts are short and m
Suits with the belt
be in favor.
Materials include 1
Shepherd Checks, Pop
Gabardines in all the n
gray, green and rookie
p tt lisuici yvu <xic icc
not, come in and see
coming to you.
Let Your Sprin:
11 O H?_l
wen Q? nai
Ladies, you cannot i
dresses, Taffetas withi
iness in State
t Oppose Approval
feasure?Hearing is Held on
o Outlaw Southeastern
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politically. Gov. Manning checked him,.
saying that the conference was not po-:
litical and admonishing the speaker to j
address himself to the question.
In substance the arguments used I
against the measure were that it would i
drive many if not most of the companies
out of the State and t-hat an increase
in lire insurance rates would result.
It was declared that a rate in
crease which was in force during the |
existence of the Mauldin act some years |
ago would be again required.
.Anions the agents attending the hear-1
ing were: S. F. Cannon and B. W.
France. Spartanburg; W. B. Middleton. j
John B. Reeves. F. IM. Robertson. S. j
L. O'Neill. Charleston: \Y. R. Dehon, 1
Summerville: G. E. Haynsworth R. D. :
Graham. Sumter: George L. Reeves. R. '
Deal. C. L. Kelly. S. L. Miller. W. E. j
McNulty, C. .T. Bruce. R. M. Davis. C. i
A. Brady. W. M. Burney. R. M. Jones.
T L. Wardlaw. J. D. Dial. George L. j
Dial. James iA. Cathcart. Columbia. ;
Gut Your Store Biii|
Down One Kalf [
Tens of thousands of farmers as well as !
town and city folks cut down their store i
bills one-half last year and saved money j
in spite of generally short crops and re
Absolutely millions of dollars were I
saved and countless families lived better \
than ever before in the face of the cotton j
crisis and general business depression.
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How were these burdensome store Dins .
cut down? By the real money-saving j
power of good home gardens, rightly j
planted and kept planted and tended j
trough, the season.
Hastings 1916 Seed Catalogue tells how
iJ cut store bills down; tells about garden
and farm seeds of kinds and a quality
that cannot be bought from your merchant
or druggist. It's full of garden and j
j farm information. It's free if you ask |
for it. Write for it now. H. C. HASTINGS
CO., Atlanta, Ga.?(Advt.)
9 styles that are to be worn
rt?some eton effects?the
ueh fuller and wider,
and leather trimming will
:he new black and white
ili-no Toffatoc fsoror^Q sinH
-I IAA JL. V ULAVfc
ewest shades of blue, black,
tdy to purchase your suit or
the style that is most betr
Dress be a Cald
3 - - fiwanger
ifford to miss this display of
Georgette combinations, etc.
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CONSTANCE COLLIKK IN
I HE TONUfKS OF HEN" >
(A Paramount Picture.)
<$> <$ $ 3> <$> <$> $> <s> <e> < ><$> 3> <s>
In a sermon on the evil of tlie theatre
the Rev. Dr. Pen held Sturgis, rector of
fashionable St. Martins-in-the-Lane, re?*
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:er> dirccuy to .jane oarweu anu uic
grand opera "Zaporah" of which she is
the star. Stung to the quick she accepts
the challenge he has given and determines
to make him "eat his sermon,
word for word.'
On the strength of the rect'or's sermon
the mayor closes the opera but the
Rev. Lr. Peiiiield having had a chance
to study Miss Bartlett at close range,
realizes her bigness. He discovers that
out of the goodness of her heart she has i
neon quicny cuucaiiug a nuiiiuer 01 puui
?;r!s. feeding hungry composers and
lending a kindly ear to the downhearted.
Repentant hedecides that he owes he'*
;ni ap- >1<>gy which he makes in an ope!;
viler to the newspapers. .At this his
.* ngregati'?n rises in arms and to pre-|
>erve his dignity the yonug rector offers j
t.) marry the prima donna. She accepts,
thus having carried out her threat. At
this point the story takes an unexpected
turn; why noi sec* the play and enjoy it
Leslie Arcade, Monday, March 6.
Prices 5 and 10 cents.
A BE.UTIFIX WEDDISG.
On Sunday evening. February 20, a
beautiful wedding was solemnized at
the home of ZVIr. and Mrs. Lindsey Bowers
in Prosperity, S. C.. the contracting
parties being Mr. Allen Bowers of
Chapin and Miss Rhodie Bowers. At
exactly 5 o'clock p. m. the parties in
question took their places in the parlor
and the Rev. Taylor, of the M. E. church
pronounced them man and wife. The
bride wafe dressed in a blue silk poplin,
and the groom was attired in a dark
l)!ue serge suit. After the ceremony the
guests were invited into the dining
room where a sumptuous feast awaited
'The following day a bountiful dinner
was served at the home of the groomsman
where a large crowd of rier.ds
and relatives attended. We congratulate
the young couple.?Lexington Dispatch.
y of Lac
New Soring Co
In this display you can i
becoming to you. Coats (
Showing the season's
Hat adds wonderfully t
Caldwell & Haltiwanger's
We shall expect you Ti
March 7th and 8th, to s<
New Spring Silk)
Qrvrincr ?ilk<3 in all th*
stripes, fancy checks, pla
your shade in this departn
The new skirting, whit<
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| UK V. I. K. LONG ACCEPTS CALL
TO PASI'OKATE IN TWIN CITY j
| The lollowing from the iWi'nston-Sa-'
j Rev. i. E. Long of Mooresville. has '
! accepted a call toMhe pastorate of the I
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: Augsburg Lutheran church in this city.
succeeding the Rev. E. A. Shenk who
j School F
School Fair" or
and girls during
with the head ?
On Frifiav i
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president of Ha
an address at B
of the schools o
Our U. S. f.
who will give u:
ats, Stylish and
surely find a coat that is
the newest materials.
newest shapes. A new
0 one's appearance, and
1 Hats tell the style,
lesday and Wednesday,
>e these charming style
s and Georgette
; newest shades, fancy
ins, etc. You can find
^ UU 11.11/11^13 *Y
~ ~ M 11V MMMA
recently took the pastorate of a large
church at Baltimore. Rev. .Mr. Long
will probably take up the work of his
new charge early m April. He is a
graduate of the Lutheran Theological
seminary of South Carolina, and before
going to IMooresville was assistant pastor
of a large congregation at Columbia,
S. C. .Mr. Long lias occupied the pulpit
air of Newberr
is invited to be preser
* March 10th and 11th z
jrry, S. C., where there
kinds of work done by <
r the scholastic vear.
that hand should be <
ind heart and have beer
out the county to establi:
evening at 8 o'clock Dr
rbison Agricultural Colle
ethlehem Baptist Church
f Newberry County,
arm demonstration a^enl
le will be with us throw
s talks and lectures,
e out rain or shine.
rsses S. Gallm
5 an/i n
7 U11U SLS
Mothers, you should get 2
fabric, outiwears galacea.
house (ft esses and children's
assortment of colors.
We have received a good as
made of good twill, prettily t
blue, navy, and some all whifc
Dainty New Wais
Wear of Fin
Some embroidered fronts,
Big counter to choose from,
value, nriced snecial kt each
* J I JL
Tuesday and Wednesday 01
with the newest there is in L;
Come and stay all day.
i,i^jjl''iif,Vi'i f\ f*j^'f^SSfili ifI'l^frljrLlTimfrl? iTi^f
of the local church for special service^
in the past and he has a host of friends
already in the city who will be pleased
to learn that he has accepted the call
recently extended to the pastorate in
j the city.
?i fn PniA and SicJc^v
invigurai*ii? w m>v #
The Old Standard greneral strengthei ing tonic.
GROVE'S TASTELESS c'jill TONIC, dnvesout
Mal-ria.euriche :t jeblocxl.andbuilds jpthesysifm
A 'me tor r "or n.'nits and **b Idren. 5>sc
it at "Colored
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it nugc s^iiuui
will be on exaur
i putting forth
sh this fact.
C. M. Young, v
:ge, will deliver
i in the interest
t and other disjhout
E>> BERRY, S. C.
tcquainted with this
No cloth better for
tub dresses. Good
ssortment of Middies,
rimmed in red, cadet
o: a a
fcj. OiZfcJS ?4: LU <?<?.
its for Spring
some with ruffles.
Sizes 36 to 46, $1.50
- - 98c
ur store will be filled
swberry, S. C. I
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