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Five things you want in
1. First of all comes style---we have
the smartest suits of the season.
2. Next---you want quality; all-wool
fabrics, fine tailoring.
3. Then you want value---your
4. And a perfect fit.
5. Here's the biggest thing of all,
however; you want the Hart .
Schaffner & Marx label in your
suit; it's a guarantee that you'll
get all of the other four things.
We'll Show It to You Here
CLARDY & WILSON
The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes
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JURORS ARE IXCUSED - following a stroke of paralysis. The Mr. Blease has nadi no cortemtiot An expesosio of opinion fr ha he Mow broke the Iron grin
TWO TERMS OF COURT funeral services were conducted as to religious matters. The coinlit- People of mtehe State is all that. is do- the bt the y were d in w h t
.Thursday m orning at Greenwood, tee, however, w a, co mos ed o en ire. T he call Is 1th(a t y the co i- f llo r, b rm they w ovwe by
11ar Calls Off ,Jury T rials at Civil 'w ei 'e g oyeral of M r, A nderson's chil- w ho had bee n pro injjently identified initte e. Thcy ask that the people of rno as fom the \Voe e i th h ! M l sng S iisen ad on I ('ivini a, i
4 alid Solicitor a ckw l E x. dr n reside . w ith rol i iou w o k In this State ort h h e co unt c e s on sa l d ay i n A pril, t re ron ined wint an oth r wpri rt e of t i S .. i
lsrOr DraWT 9r* Nexti W t TO deceasd was a resident of Wa- a number of years past and who want ileir eotingy sears mu j1esClay i AIril thee sohill ill allothvime dr '
(GreenwoodeJournal) terloo during almost his entire life, to do their duty from a patriotic hol a m eting, for mlate thonr wis e ithe hgi, sgeklt all f itllhe Washtgton Maing29. resden
(Greenwood Journal) except for that time spent with the standpoint, as they want to be nyised ill tle shape of a resoletion and wire the engageseut, knowilg d w" W iln gten a ra today en
The Greenwood bar has unanimol- Conferedate army, in which lie fought by those In whom they have (ul i.. ij congressmelln withhe trOine resiectiVe soe wastink 1hey wet,
ly de cded to call off jury trials' at the Ni 1V1. O e S ell t pi ed th
y . valiantly throughout the war. lie was fidenco, districts. hulk of the Moewe, passing barely two the relie of .hewish war sufferers, i.
'Mh in Augges tate at IIAIDER O0)feet below the qlualteS occiekdl biy ieli he said tile tihan reofirs
?IIO har tel thait it Was their pIositive ~nurgtc~1 i~iyioiod bY Mil IU feetesed thatw tile qustiarateredtesol'o f'lo
duty to do thils In view of the agric- who knew himi. , Moay In April was saleday, at O E EM) F ie
tural conditions which obtain at t-is Mr. Anderson's wife preceded hihl Which timue many people of the re- ONEThe m oewa hlreturn om
time, and view of thle fact that an iXtra to the grave a number of years a96 1( spective counties would he at the P tn e g ound n e fon ) h an l t w r n that te:. i
t e r ,n Q a c r i m i n a l c o u r t h a d b e e n p r o - i , s u r v i v e d b y t h e f o l l o w i n g s % n0 a n d c o u n t y s e a t s t o a t t e n d s a l e s a n d t o 1 t d l a e e d i t h s o n e r s T e l l o f E n g a g e - I a d e d g r o uw s I l l t i l e o fl t i e P r e s i ent tel eg r a m l en tlt o .l u -
vided for for tile week co een c-ng daughters: Messrs Herbert A., W . . transact other business. I would 11iet rit British StMe nnir Otaki. waen a e, was nothlollt furer thei- a nwd.l
April for and Roy Anderson, of Greenwood; R. suggest to you that, at noon, on April an er Ir st Six Meo und Wls Set dent. She rand, to t e acity of $tn ot to
This iminal court WAB arranged. 1 and Paul, of Newberry; Ben, of An- 2,", he0 said, "Y6u hold a meeting In on Fire. I Nev. Found.thll, S giantle l n s te i on00, f fo lor :
by, Mr. Blackwell, thb enterprising derson; Mr3. J, 8, Marshall and Mrs. various counities of tile State, at, whlich Copenhagen. Mar'ch 29,-TlwentydtwoAtaicotleNr0
nd effient soeliltbr of the Eighth IV. 'L. Moore, of reenwood; Mrs. M tie you dtermine 1111 .nny you do- neutrals, who were brougt to e sound to a German porGeh
C irc u it, In o rd e r th a t th e Frim In a l L . B . S tu rko y , o f M c C o r m tC si, L h d M iss B ire to p u rg ne . to t th e p e o p le d ec id e. m a n y o n tile c o m e r e ra id e r c w e sa ilo rs a ndo eu tra ls se r in g a o a l? n sy wv l ut s h a s pened h e d o o r
drcket, i ordetha bec e fearfully Frances Anderson, a teacher in the Let thein exlM their full wishes in as prisoners, including one AmeriT, echalntment atetr tbed arri s n reomuto has opeed tile
cocket ih lad bcomeared uSeneca graded school, j(the tf. They can appoint one of arrived here today frot the w ey n termany wer'e dt d to rsruh out fresso o ey are gsivenb leand
nMr. Blamtoll however, uon be-- NIf himber, if they so desire, to wire were -released becaulse they were not
Ing informed of the action of the IU.SOLUTI)NS FOR the cougressma nik from ther tstrI'S serving on armed erchantmen. ,anlis, the oicer s going tohal 1. utre gt n t i ten ife am '
Greenwoodl( ltar inr reernc twei"i
Gur e i t hB e dtync o to l ' NOLUTW IA P exactly in accord with their wishes." The sailors brought a1 t ce t i 'ho return of the Ger an aide r t ti i t i e starving m i s
G r tenwo o b In r f r n to c iv T he chairm an of the delegation a lard engagem ent betw o n tkie o ee o a e
t h e c r i n i n a l c o u r t a l s o I n o r d e r t o g i v e E x p r e s s i o n s o l i O hp I l in s o f P 0 l1 0 w h i c h c a l l e d u p o n t h e f o r m e r g o v - M o o w e a n d t h e B r i t i s h s t e a m e r O t a k i M o cw e t o a G e r l n r0l s i le t o f r e e 1 st it t i o ng su l s p r i n g
the frmerna coutcelo noder tlo wt -houll , Obtained on April 2nde -rnor agreed fully with the suggestion which put up a sturdy tight wId- nouneced in a Berlin wi.let a late hookafos aid 11n utong geneositYo
thSo rm r v. w ji n n ot e cal hl i1p1 o .4with a ch 2 ,- W l t s th.ed06t te e t o t leObtainedr on M r0 ) 1 . h O a i a c r - o t eorinh) s A perili of 1 ,' as 1(1 (ll 2nd . C~d'~ 5t'. Y u
their work, Ad'0 1 lese. of Mr. flase and requested him to was encountered by the Ornan aold
their work -,ac s7-'htI tesn tatement to the Charlestonl or on March -0 Tiy tonki gracwsceoirdn-iaio.
r j ", eithq r of tile cou rts. to odo nof t h peopleh at isuth e A m erican in lin e therew ith to the of- ing to the sailo rs: su rrendered on y t ary state m et re ei ved on Mtrch f(ilhi
eI teith r oftha ic r 'regard to the International feet that the people of the respctive after scoring seven hit oin tie .wr
PAT U. ANinISON DEAD. criss with ohich we are now faced counties of the 'Sate r hold meetings and setting the (erlill rile 019 fire.
That was the question put up to for- suggested on tle firrt Monday Ill Th blaze was n o f xtingulhed for wai na at
-- l nor Blease last night, A April, ofthecthreee a nd twx mnof tive Hn d
STueOeoay. 11rlA 'Ot~ttku delegation called up~on him; headed Thle nmsof the members of the the Moewe and two cap~tie IlitliusallWllilbllt. ntelAt
by ne of the ministers of a leadIng committee Which called memb the for w w eIC killed dluring tile iight, while tile nae
.ao, of Waterloo, Christian denomination In th)s state, mer governor are not given In tis Otaki lost her captain, a mate, her The Quinine That DoeS I
to. . .ogno IIIIIft)Leta -rit Beas ofo~ it. !:u~',c'.M a: an b1
eaW~hioinbThso 0~, i. Y1. Hf. authorized by themit to apptoti Mr. connection, but they ntre of promt-AIger and two sailors. lcueoft 650111IntvOeecAX trrrt.'(,4, PS
Th ec nterlous affairs of South 'During the engaigemenlt, tibe salior'S 90nii and in 3 o
ajdy_'jt Bosse An. .rOg~r5 t( noceI terei
~~ V., ~ ~ ~~ said, ~the Biritshi prisoners oil the of g i~0~ ' ~SL WDU~iSSL~IIt