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Sfcrrr. S. C.. as 2nd class matter. ,
E. H. AULL, EDITOR. an(
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Tuesday, April IS. 1916. JU(
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We agree with the Greenville Pied.
- , , 1 tlu
niont that it is not altogether in ac
cord with our views of the province
of government for the State to go i?ato
the insurance business but, as the
Piedmont says: "A worse evil than ^e(
^ ! un
State insurance will oe permission'
to insurance companies to combine to 1 ?Q
sell insurance in this State with no wi
i csi.1tiuus UJJUII yiac. mi
We find the following two para- ^ 0
graphs in the editorial columns of the *
"If the women of Spartanburg vot-.
ed, we would have had a city mar- ,
ket, we would liave had a district
nurse, we would have had parks and
playgrounds. We are for votes tor
~ ~ ~ j re<
women." j t0
"The women of Spartanburg?God
bless them?are always willing and
ready to do 98 per cent of all the work j '
there is to be done for every worthy j 1
cause." I *
And we desire to sy the smae thing 1
? i ? J ^ f
auouL me goou women <->t
If it were left to them we would have;cor
Rosemont cemetery in much better e<l
appearance than it is, and we would!
ihave had that park long ago. And we
would have a fine librarv in this
town and we do mot believe they , m(
^ would raise the taxes one whit to ac- ^ nie
complish these good things. ; for
The Herald and News took two or ln=
. , tio
three miglitv good women to i.^naertli(
son years ago to look over the civic er
^ imprvements that were being under- cjL
taken at that time in that good town,! 1
and the result of that visit was the Pai
beginning of our civic association 1
and it has been doing some mighty:
good work, but lacks the cooperation ^
of the men in the way they should; fir:
Some of the me:i ought to go over p0i
to Greenwood and see what that town
is dnins? in the wav of Dliblic illl
provements. It would do them good the
nnd maybe be an inspiration, to them ; pri
to wake up and do something for this ! -e^
mm | tec
Gov. Manning announces that he , nu
will hold the gallon a month law in j
abeyance and let it stand at that. He i
says that i.i his judgment ther Ta/\as :
it stands will promote temperance. ??
The legislature reduced the amount.
to two quarts a month. But it ad-j lj
ded the privilege of sixtv pints of!
i>4er a month instead of the two! .
quarts. Go on, governor, and sign j ^
the bill, w* have decided that we! ^
don't care for the beer. We are mow U
convinced that it is best for us to n
"hp a rpal nrohibitionist and not a ! A
~~W - x - - 4.
political one. If reducing the quan-; p
tity to a gallon a month will promote |
temperance why wouldn't reducing
the quantity to two quarts a month
the more promote the cause of temperance.
We heard a Charleston gentleman
say the other day that he had d
measured it out and the gallon a
month just gave him his two drinks
| a day and d.id not leave any for his ?]
friends and just what he would do if ^
the governor should determine later
that it would be good to reduce the .
quantity we do not know. And he
Don't forget to drag the roads. As
soon as the next shower comes it will
then <lo to run the drag over them. **
4 %% /I 4-n'/\ _nf
~uuu > ui/j r? wii mu VJ* ;
the honors at the contest at Clinton 1
on Friday night. We always bet on
our boys and we are sorry we could
not go over to Clinton to help them
enjoy their victory. Newberry and
Little Mountain, we congratulate you
and want you to keep up t'ae pace. -g
The Baptist Courier in speaking of
the two quart a month bill for liquor
after talking about the way the b'ind
tiger manages, remarks: "The reduction
of the amount to two quarts
greatly lessens the possibility of evil
at this point; and with the aid of the
i law \\'ou!<l cli.ninatr it. .johns'-onc
Wo trust tin* governo" will si;jn i Wiii meet at
bill. 1 _:ie law would be decidedly afternoon
I L'2. 1;> 1 (i for the
t.ie interest 01 temperance.
1 ing and e.eetm
!ut th<- governor is still hesitating j C( ,.on .enti
.1 says that he will not sign it un- . John
ss conditions arise which in his :
igment would make it advisable. ' Democrat
~ a ~ ? ? /J f n thot It a
;nb ouu-r uuis auu o ? ? _ N()l}ce js hei
l*s so because tae legislature passed j^emocratic clut
mi and is responsible to the people (in the council
them. | ni-sfct. April Tin
^ i organization an
J. M. Kinard Camp. ines as may pr
J. M. Kinard camp, So>n<s of Con- All members a
lerate Veterans will meet at Com- ent.
EM-cial bank on Wednesday after-1
on, April 19th at 0 o'clock. Dele- j
tes to the reunion at Birmingham! ;ao n p,axt<
11 be elected. A full meeting is Secretary.
i\V. F. LHVART, |
mander of J. i.\i. Kkard Camp S.;
, y I A meeting of
-o | ie club is hereb;
( LFB MEETINGS j1^ ourt H(>l1
; on Saturday, Aj
Silverstreet Club ! m-? *or ^ie Pur
^Vill meet on Saturday, April 22, jaIU* *l,e electio
16, in the hall over the bank build- county convenii
? at 4 o'clock in the afternoon for | -V1. ^ s
Drganization, election of delegates J W. W. Crome
the county convention.
J. F. Schumpert, President. J Wai
i The Democrai
ALL TO DEMOCRATIC CLTBS \ 4, will n.eet Sa
3y authority o? Hie Democratic 1 $ o'clock,
ecutive committee and in pursu- picture show. J
:e of the constitution of the Demo-; attend.
itic party and in accordance with j J. H.
; statute law of the State, a county i C. F. Lathan,
ive.:tion of the party is hereby call- j
to meet at the court house at j Wa
vvhnmv nt t> n'rlock noon on Mon- ! Will meet Si
^ May 1, 1916. jo'clock, April 2
3v the same authority the Demo-; ^louse ^or P1
itic clubs are hereby called to aru* Meeting de
?et at their respective places of coluenti?n.
eting on -Saturday, April 22, 1916, i
the purpose of reorganizing, elect- j
; delegates to the county coniven-} '
n and recommending a member of Democratic
i executive commitee and such oth-1 ^ ailglinvilie Scl
business as mav come before the a<fternoon, April
ib. ' j?'clock lute
20 of the constitution of the
rty, which is also the oiatute law
the State, reads as follows:
'20. Every .general election year1 I
l'nty conventions shall be called by' A11 members
county committee to meet on tfie tic Club are <h
st Monday in May at tfte county Trinity schc
it. fThe convention shall be com- April 22 at 5
;ed of delegates from the clubs in the 4th "Saturda
* county, one delegate for every 25 Purpose of reo;
mbers. and o ;e delegate for a ma-1 with ruIc 5 of t
"?J ---? i the Democratic
ity fraction tnereor, Daseu upuu
; number of votes polled in the first All please be
imary of the precding election
ir. The lists of the delegates cered
to by th^ secretary and pr^it
of each club shall constitute the (
nporary roll of the convention. The All members
mber of delegates for new clubs cratic club are
ill be lased upon their enrollment j at O'Neall sch
the time of the club meeting." j April 22 at 4 o
JOS. L. KEITT, Chairman. 4th Saturday i
ft". A. McSWAIN", Secretary. pose of reorga:
1 rule "> of the lj
k All please be
erry office s - * Democratic c
ntil Wed- $3CjBMI !"h001 houseJ
ipril 26, county convent
ositiveiy no longer. business that
Do you suffer with head- n-eetmsches?
Are your Eyes weak?
How about your chil- rhe
" 7 Club of the
ren s Eyes? meet 22 of Ap
Remember Dr. Crimm store at 4 p. m
as been fitting glasses to
" - ~ ~ \T^TTTl*?r???>?TT |
ie peupie ui i>cwuci.ij| j
nd county for the last 17 j w
ears with great satisfac- ? Iie!11lw'r"lc,0
, . Bethel school
on, ana it will pay you to April 22. ah r
ill on attendDR
Office over Mr. Burton's
:eal Estate Office opposite Democratic *
[erald and News Office, day at 11:00 c
| at Maybinton sc
THE SQUTH'S MOST 22. at bi* rre?
POPULAR ?'c'1<Kk a- m- f0
inz, and e'ectins
3 I A N O,ronven,ion;
/rite for catalog and price Jo?]
list. All mpml'ors f
crptio c-1un aro 1
Box 165, j nt .Toll v Strof-t s*
COLUMBIA, S C. C
1 ?1 pose of reor^nn
A radon} ritilj. j Milt- <>: th?> last const-ti
t;:e s( hool nous S.it- nemo ratii- parly
at t'iree oVioe. April i Ail pleas'- \j- pn-s-ent at
purpose of reorganiz-! K. H.
,z delegates to the
i C Neel. President. L?K$r Lane Clulj
! Democratic club will 111
i,- Cluli Ward I. ! K"c" :"t"oo! ho"se- Sal;l
11:2, at In o'clock a.
ebv given that the ;:urpo.-e cf reorganizing i\
) for Warcl 1 will meet delegates to the coil ty c<
! chamber Saturday S. W. Derrick.
d, at S o'clock for re- I
d for such other bus- The Hartford
operly come before it. I Democratic club will J
re urged to be pres- day, April 22nd at 2 o'c
i cluj precinct.
fleo B. Cromer. ! .1 P >
] All members of Monti*
rd 2 Club cratic cl.ib are hereby cal
.... . . _ 'at Monticello school hous
the :Ward 2 Democrat- J
? , , April 22 at 1:20 o'clock.
? called to meet at the ,
trie 4th Saturday in Api
se. m the court room,
n . , , purpose of reorganizing in
jril 22, at 8 o clock p. i , _ . , ,
rule ;> oi the last constit:
pose of reorganization _
, , , , i Democratic party,
n of delegates to the
i All mease be urese t ai
lon' ! <r. L. DA1
St. Phillips Clul
rd 4 Club. will meet at the schoc
tic club of Ward No.' Saturday, April 22 at 3 o'c
turday evening, April purpose of reorganizatio
in room o\er Leslie's H. H.
Ill voters are urged to
Wicker, President. Jalapa ?ut>.
Secretary. will meet Saturday aftei
22, 1916. lit 4 o'clock at
rd 5 Club. place
A ~ .. ~ n* Q '
tiuruaj evening at o j ^ ,WiH,amSj
2, 1916, at the schoo1
urpose of reorganizing Prosperity Olu^i
legates to the county will meet Saturday a:
3:30 o'clock, April 22, 39!
Y. Jones? President. town hall for the purpo
' gainizing and electing de?e;
>au?hn\ille , county convention.
C lub will meet at j /X. A. Dominick, !
iooI House Saturday j
09 iQifi at three i
UUUllillCK I 1UU.
Will meet at Dominick s
J. G. Coats, Saturday afternoon. April
President. 3 o'clock for the purpose
izing and electing delegat
of Trinity Democra- John T_ McKittrick.
ereb\ called to meet j0ftn N. Livingston, Se<
ol house Saturday,
o'clock, same being ^^======??????.y
in April, for the!
rgauizing in accord
he last constitution of
present at opening. 8 I
D. H. Stillwell, j I L y|8l
President. 1 j| |
1110 ?ill meet, ai uic m
Saturday ^ lApril 22, at I BSe^S
the purpose of reor- fi
ne; delegates to the
ion and for any other %
mav come before the 2 ? f I 1
Geo. F. Hunter, ff tlV 1
Democratic party will I
r.;i o+ iIV TJ Ssmrlf?rR I
, Township No. 7.
J. 3' "Werts, I t t
Secretary. THE aVera&'
v I on his w
t. Bethel in the wor
lub Will meet at Mt. f h
house at 9:30 a. in.,
embers are urged to That's why
pains to see
w. c. Brown, both of quaMtj
Then, too, t
aybinton keen the trade
hib will meet Saturciock,
April 22, i9i6, And because
Jno. C. McOollum,
have given us
w , young men m<
ub will meet April
ik school house at S
r T>-rpose of orsraniz:
delegates to county
and more than
T TT ?? 1 r* l-? iA tTT1
.1. r. naniiun. l>clltr?L auuvt'i
~~~ * Special show
v Street. r
>f .Tolly Street Demo- _
Torp"bv mllod to meet nf ^
^"hnrv] tioncp Saturday, W
*lork. came "b^inthe
Anri] for the pur171*nor
in accord with ??
it io:i <>i i in; '? " * * * * " * * * * ' *' * v * v v v r v %*
? Dr. F. C. Martin 1
. openi. .% \
Werts, ;J: yjofet i
President. f V ? v
| specialist::; |
. i * > i
eet at l'.eth ; ExaminesEyes, Fits Glasses^ j
tv?o t Anril % 1 A --l'/' - ! - 1 E* '
ana /Aruncicti i^yes ^ :
in , ,4'or the . v j
nd electing >*<>ur e>*es are &IvmS >'<>?$ i
jiivention. ! ^trouble don't fail to consult liim ^ |
president. |> Satisfaction Guaranteed. %
* Office ovt. Anderson's I)r> *
neet Satur- v Goods Store.
look tll(? f5t i
>u miner. TH]<: HERALD AND NEWS ONE !
President. ' YEAr FOR ONLY $1.50.
? ; por
?1 house on J
lock for th-> '
j I have p
1 I II, -71 11
; the usual !
President | lUCC pigS
'se o( reore- PriCCS Y c
rates to the
fhool house .
iwicr i a i
OI reorgan- Ufll | mn IV
es to the f f UL"Lrl J
Ve Make a Spe
m . ir hi
rlease I oung ivj
e young man?be he just out of colle
ay to business success?is just about 1
Id, He's the fellow others follow.
^ question?"Where did you buy tha
we want to please him, thafs why \
at every suit we sell is right up to
7 ana iaDries.
he average young man is an expert o
of the young men we have gone the
? 1 4 , __ ^ ^
tneir neartiesr co-operanou, we a
3re style and better quality at
$10, $15, $18, $
ever you were able to get before for
ng in Hats?Felts, Straws and Panam
ing of Walkover Spring Oxfords. Pri
! ROOSTER DAY!
More eggs, Better eggs. i
Sell that rooster
Forgone day only.
Saturday April 22nd we
will pay for "Old Roosters"
8 cents per pound.
Jas. D. Quattlebaum,
Prosperity, S. C,
ge or "high", or well
the keenest style-judge * J
He's the one that so
t suit?" : '
ve go to such infinite
the second in style, *
n value?so to get and
limit in value-giving.
re able to offer you
the same money.
ces $3.50, $4.00 &$5.00.