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Salegoin on hre
P.aS. goig on there
$30tsh \t urne teeailre tclearu
hattoenin no-t tho mithiu
tra PrS.t euos
t'L on, .\pr i ttis. T a otn i
kept fromt Germa ny and Austiai juost
as effectively as ifitI wleeelaredl abh
soilt (cOntraban~d, is the tenor of a
repliy addrecssed by Attorney Gleneral
Bimon to a coniferenlce of chemnists and
engineers who askedt whether the goi
ernment's action was suliient to make
it certain that no cotton reaches those
cou ntries. Tlhe at torn ey general ven
turies some11 sugges5tions to t hose who
Inay be under some moisappr ehe nsiotn
either as to1 the la w oi ((ont1ratand or
as to the~ steps which in 1:141 ar'e being
taken'i uder t he order ini c'ounc1il of
Mar'ch ii. 'Thel sIteps being taikeni un1
der an1thor1ityV of that order in conneil
hav'e been extremel' Iy effective in stop
trabandl~ woul not alter tihe result in
the ve ry least so far a s pr Ieventiin g
cotton reacintg Germoany is concerned.
"If an arIticle is declared( i absolte
contrabhandl It eann he st 0opped' from go
ing to a Germnan port1 and~ he stoppedl
even from goitng to an adjoining netu
trat port, itf it is In eourise of t ransit
through lthat nettralI port to an enemly
country. These are exac(ty the cir
cumflstanc1es in wihichI u uder thei' order
in couniflI any at ile enn i be stoppied
whiet.iher it. Is COnltraba tnd( or ntot, and1(
of course, t his ortder in connil is lhe
lng put intoi force ini all prtopter cases.
"To imag ie that since (.\larch i11
anytin g enn btle gainted so far as~t stolp
ping the entrance of' cot toin into Ger'
ninny is concerned by calling it COnt
traband is, in effect, to su pp ose that a
blockade is rendl~ered more effective it'
you add thlat spiecified eontrlabland( ar
ticles will not1 be aillowed to break that
blockade. A blockade stops all artI
cles whlethier thley are contrablandl Or
not, thlerefore, any adtitial ruligs
would not have any practical conse
quences. Whlat is true or Glermiany is
equally trute of Australia.
"Yotur mnemorialists no dloubht wi
readily believe that theore may be good
reasonu~ qute a different kind fot'
ztgt makiWg cotton contraband In view
of 'tile precedent which would thereby
be created but as a practical matter
In the present .war. a .y stoppage of
coton. .sere bye cat iue it dontra'
ad! For IV
U. S. WOOLI
chain of tailoring ;
day, Friday and Si
next to old postoff
give away free, a
The reliability of t
and all alike, offering
this opportunity? All
Our designer and
every courtesy. Reme
with each order placet
days. Order before too I
branch or any other c
et a regular $25 to T
- rpeasure and a $10 T
We again call your E
presentative of the U. S.
April 22nd, 23rd and 2j
a01 OWN. NW M-:l 3In-I=
(Conliinued frolim Page One.)
or .\l rs. J. 11. Vandiver, matrn ofL
honor, in carrigs.
13. Camps attached to the Second
birigadle ini thir order andi each ted
bty thle commaltinder'. I'eelle veterans
of the brigade in autos. Iloy Scouts,
guards of honor.
"I4. Sons of Veterans, A. L. Glas
"On reaching tiervals street, all
c'ommiands in advatnce of Maj. Glen. It.
11. Tleague andi staff will open ranksy
and1( present. arms, while the veterans
pss thr ough andt march a roun d thle (
(Conlfed erte monum1 fent w i i uncove red
hieads; halt andi face the Capitol, sa
I ute thle tfag formedo Iby thte school chil
dr en withl thri ee cheders and thene lhe
addrtessed( by e x-Glov. itley ward.
'Tableau otn the portico or the State1
catpitol by the childreni of the city
schools, at whItlh time ex -Gov. Iley
wartd will addrtess thle vet erans.
"'After which the veteranis will call
at thle paymiast er's otlice antd r'eceivye
heir first pay sincee Appomattox and
G'reensboro In Cotnfederate hills."
Sonus of Veterans.
'The ottlejal prtogr'ammtie for' the re
ui on of South Carol ina divisioni, Sonus
of Confederate Veterans, follows:
10 a. mn.-J.oint meetIng of C'onfe'd
ertte Veterianis anid Sotns int opera
3 p. mn.--Tiusiness meeting of sons
will be held at .Jefferson hotel, thle
headquarters of the sonis.
t; to 7:30 p. m.i-Recept Ion of 51)on
sors, ma Ids of htonor, n mtrions of hion
or as artranged for by the local ('oml
8:30) p. mn.--,Toint meetinug wIth
Unt(d( Confederate Veterans at opera
AprIl 23, 10 a. m.--Thtsiness meetIng
at JIeffer'soni hotel.
11 a. m.-Jolit mneeflng wIth United
Confederate Veterans at opera house.
5:30 p. mu.--Parade withi the veter
9 p. m.-Orand ball.
All delegates of the sons will re
port to headquarters at the Jefferson
hotel promptly on arrIval In the cIty
for enrollment, badges, etc.
band is equally secured by the order
L the Histor
NY, the Worlds Lai
elling direct mill to i
23rd and 24th. 0
e Hunter Bros. Du
00 waterproof rainc
:itizens of Laurens.
LS COMPANY is knowr
cannot be duplicated fc
tnd look at this beautiful
le branch who will be in
ilues and styles to you, v
: given away after sale c
o get a Raincoat free, fo
n Mills CI
PANY $15.00 house of
2 old postoffice buil ing,
One pair sheels. embroidered ends.
One pair- pillow cases, embrolidered
iureau scarf, emboi(iered.
Wash stand scarf, embroidered.
Square for stan(d Cover, emllbrolded.
Useful Articles for thme New flabies.
Crochet hood caip, In combination
,vool and silk.
Crpchet long coat, or wrapper, com
)ination wool and silk.
Crochet IBootees, combination wool
K~nitted wool cap, wvith cr'ochet bor
1(n1ittedl wool kidmona Jacket, wilth
Knit ted wool boots, with crochet
10mbroideries for the lib~rary or liv
Scarf, embroider'ed in French knots.
-Pillow, embroidered in Fr:ench
Scarf in Astor embroidery.
Table cover, ini Astor embroidlery.
Pillow in Astor embroidery.
Scarf, made of heavy linen and fllet
Table cover' made of heavy linen
Pillow in coronation rose emfbroid
Centerpiece in cojoredl embroidery.
Pillow, in colored emlbr'oidery.
'Iong dress, embroidered.
Long flannel petticoat, 01nb'roider
Long coat, embroidered.
Slip)-on 1)illow COVer, embroidleredI.
Cashmere nightengale, emliroidered.
General Fancy Work.
Crochet porch packet.
Embroidered tea apron.
Crochet border handkerchiefs.
-mlatted border handkerchiefs.
Lace made by' la'dy over 60.years Qf
age, not less tha-n one yard..
Knitted, tatted crochet.
Serviceable Wraps for Ant~ioi1111ts.
Orochet auto bonnet.
Crochet ante scarf.
uKItittd anto scarf.
Knitted auto helmet for genitlemin,
Xnitedn anto coat for ladv..
-gest Tailors, operatii
man, will be in your
pening will be held
ring our three days
cat with each order
through the country. Pr
r less than $30.00. Can
your town, is instruct(
ve will give you a $10
loses. Don't come later
r there will be none.
Saturday, April 24
sale. We can't squee
30 even an hour. You x
this great, final blazin
Greenville. Remember I
opposite Hunter Bros.
Dr. Simmons Squaw Vine Compouid is
of women. It contains ingredients whic
bonstitution, mildly and bleasantly-yet
+ all through the system.
5 DR. SIN
** Squaw Vine
SOvercomes weakness, nervousness and I
the depressing bearing-down -pains.
Swhich cause so much suffering and des~
qyRestores strength, renewed hope. cheerlu
Jform the duties of the household which
Sold by Druggists and Deale,
C. P. SUMMONS MEDICINE C
Race P'roblems in the Rural South.
'Census statistics proving that the
rural South is growing blacker insteadl
of whiter featured the address or IEdi
tor Clarence Poe of the Progressive
Farmer, dielivered at Charlottesville,
Va., April 16. In the South Atlantle
States in the last Census dlecadle, he
saidi, white farmers increasedl only 12
per cent, negro farmers 23 per cent
nearly twice as fast. InI the South
Central States white farmers increas
ed 12 per cent and the negroes 21 per
cent-nearly twvice as fast. Ho also
inIted( Out that negroes are gaining
fastest ini farm ownershij,, while it. is
the whites who are fastest becoming
a tenant class, there beIng 188,000 in
crease in number of white tenant
farmers in the last decade, or 27
per cent, against only 118,000 increase
in negro Aenant farmers, or 21 per
Dr. Poe declared that these results
were due not to the superiority of
the negro lbut to two unfair advan
First, an unfair ecoiomic advan
tage in that the negroes are able to
buy land ,and make crops ,on a scale
of 'living, clothing and housing that
the resflectablo white farmer and his
family doing the same character of
work cannot moot.
'Se'cond, a social advantage in that
when negroes move Into a white
neighborhood, or begin to outnumber
lhe whities in. a neIghborhood, or be
<CPae -et-bad ebaracter,:the whites-may
'b .tforoed to anove away because there
i'210 wa '5am adenae onntal life, aan.
ng the largest
stay, we wili
. This is the
ices to one, $15.00
you afford to miss,
bd to extend you
00 Raincoat free
to our Greenville
th, positively ends this
ze in another day, not
nust come if you want
g bargain of season.
he place and date,
en Only +
prepared expressly for the ailments +
i act directly on the delicate femalj +
it exercises a most beneficial effect 4
rr ability. Gives prompt relief from4
kcsnausea and irregularities 4
mdency. it has a mpst happy ef fect.
ness and the energy and willI to' per
armerly were so trying and distasteful.4
u. Price $1.00 Per Bottle 4
0., ST. LOUIS, ISSOURI 4
uately' supported white schools and
hurches, or else for the greater so
urity of the iWhite farmer's wvife and
JBy wvay of offsetting these adlvan
a ,~ "as a matter of justice to tho
,vhite man and not of injustice to tho
icgro", ho declared, he advocated the
)lan for allowing white. neighbmorhoods
hat wish to do so to limit future land
miles to white peoiple. On this p)oint
"In North Carolina such a plan for:
race segregation in land ownership is
'mow definitely before t he peoiple and it
s fast becoming an issue in other
states. After being tw ice overwhelm
ingly endorsed by the 'State Farmers'
[Union, the measure came before the
Benate of North Carolina at its recent
session, in the form of a Constitutional'
Amendment to be submitted to the
people, and at this its very first ap
pearance, lackedl lit two votes of r'e
ceiving a majority of the votes east.
In fate it recg ived a clear majority
of all the Demdecratic Senators voting,
received' the only R'elpublican voto
from that h qif of the State containing
thme principal part of the negro'popu
latlon, and from all that half of the
State east of Oteensboro, where the
peopule realiy know the conditions, on
ly four-votes -were east'against it.",
Pains in the back, and the irregular..
ities to wlfich women are subject, witta
all thiefr attendant mniseries, yield at
once to DRt. BIMMOW~*S SQUAW VINE
,WINI. It is a powerftil restorative, 1t:
is as pieRs04l$ teta*ke 4 the joice of a;
sweet oimg~e'. Price i:00' .per bottle..
1oAd by hlnl dt0n=gitste
>ring Sale 1i
N MILLS COMPA
tores in the world, s
rturday, April 22nd,
ice building, opposit
solutely free, a $10.
ty ever offered the 4
he U. S. WOOLEN MIL
ialues that we guarante(
we ask of you is to call i
manager of our Greenvil
mber to introduce our vq
I during this sale.
ite. No Raincoat will b
f our stores and expect t
WOOLEN MILLS COM
Ith, in store-room next t
FAIIlVI EIWPI'l E.il1.11 LIST.
lanagement of Falirfielw Stock Shoiw
Is'sues Premium Iist for Animal Fair
The Inaiagement of the Fairview
tock show has announced a list of
rtleles for which premiums will be
ivenl at the next annual exhibition of
ails organization. TIhese articles are
1 the ladies' and. fine arts' depart
aent, and arc as follows:
Dining Rooum Linens.
Napkins, embroidered with initial.
Napkins, dlouble-hiemstitched with
D)inner cloth, embroidered~L with
Dinner coith, dlouble. hemastitched
Sideboardl scarf with crochet bor'
Sideboard scarf with tatting horder.
Sidieboar'd scarf in cut work.
Sidleboarid scarf In relief and pIUunch
Sideb'oarid scarf in crochet anad
Thlaree piece lhncheon set in em
Tihree piece I uncheon set. in tatin lg.
'hree piece lnncheon set in crochet.
Three piece luncheon set in cut
Tihree piece luncheon snt in relief
nid punch work.
Three piece luncheon set in crochet
Tea cloth with fit crochet.
Scarf in cross stitch.
Tfable cover in cross stitch.
Pillow in cross stitch.
Scarf in pompadore embroidery.
Table cover ii nimpaore embrwoid
'Eumbroider'ed 'lledroomi L.inenas.
Pillow in pomipadore embroidery.
1 pair sheet,s double hemnstitched,
imbroidered and Initial.
1 pair 1)illow cases, dole hem
titched, embroidery and initial.
Stand cover, double)1 hemstitched,
embroidery and initial.
Bureau scarf, double hemstltched,
emblroidlery and inithmil.
Pin cushion, 'double hemstitched,
Dmbroidery andl initial.
Was;h stand( scarf, dlouble hem
stitched, embroidery and initial.
"Two guest 'towels, double hem
stitched, embroidery and initial.
Two bath towels, crochet border.
*T'wo towels, fildt inset and crochet
Bedspread of embroidered linen