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Dials, Feb. 16.-No, Mr. Le'ditor. I
(onl't think it is frotn indiffereice or
any lack of interest that you have
heard no general outtry from the wo
men of the state because the Susan
1. Anthony suffrage amendment was
voted down by the solons. While this
action on the part of the kgislature
came as no surprise to those who have
the suffrage moveneti at heiart, it isl
a regretable fact that such an august
body of itAtelligetit lawualkers should
have failed to heed the spilrit of pro
gress and by the -turinlug ldown of the
Siffrage aiendme nt, place the woien
of their state in the class with the
criminal, the weak-minded, and the
negro. Strong words, yet tevertheless
Irite. for these are the only classes
within the boundary of our state in
cliding our women) to whom the free
(olln of the ballot is niot extended.I
dIlowv(er. tlie sutfrage mtovemient is
growIng t (espite tle aIt Ion Of the law
makers) and it only needt a more til
itant spirit to carry it on to vIctory.
Woitian (especially of Soulth Caro
Hina) has long s ice deolionstuted that
the hallot .hould he hers. Shouldr1
to slouhier she works with Ii man in
every walk of life. The war taught
her miany tihings. among them self
con trol andf( self-ahtiegation. She has
greatmy muse)%d froi her alcieni l metes
and Ioundti rs. 'She has gone fitrither
into a newel and a more beautiful
world than any she ls ever known
before. She has served alld served
well. Not merely has she served In
the battle zone; not merely in the fac
tories. and in public places of trust
ad need. She Is served itn her com
mtiunity, served by takina her home il
to life. Through the lRed Cross,
tlrtotghI tile communily war aetivitles,
through at tholusatid orgaiized tieigh
horliness, she has kept. her homlitie en
vironnent, am -lasenlaed it tin
terms of iespect for hterielf and re
spect for womianU kind atmlong mneti.
Itn no.t one way have lie itwomei of
Sotth 'Carolitta shtomt they ate nittiit
neld thom by a few old fogies. The
work of Iti. woii of tih more toriIt
nate :tates will neve:- be donte until
the fruits of victory halinclude ev
iry stat e in the t 1 nion, adil whtN Ilha
day (m11101, aid wotian sitffrage pre
vails in Sotlh Caroliul. the wotimen
will 1s) those I hini:g s lhat they -have
(ver held dlear the iafegttardint; ~of
littie (hfldren, the education of youth,
the heallh of th peopile. and such
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great tasks as supplying to every will- gi
Ing worker a job; anid when those who t
make our laws realize that there can P)
be ito great performance in which wo- w
ion do not play a part, surely they fr
can no longer procrastinate and deny hI
them their rights. 1However, do what
they imay the spirit of progress i
here (the wonen of South Carolina
have never been known to take a back
seat in any progressive movenint) and
t-he dawn of the new era -is clear
ly in sight.
.Nir. Robert :Ilellains, of Greenville,
3N1r. .1. it. ,iellamns, of Spartanburg,
Prof. c. 'Ie. lirooks, of Edgollcld, and
.\rs. It. Z. Nabors, of Columbia, were -
visitors of Mrs. 1. S. 'lirooks last week- s
end, having alt arrived for t'he 1).ur- C<
po.se of atteilting the funeral of Mrs. v
Mary A. -Hallo of Laurens.
l. BII. A. Sullivan, of 2aurens, the a:
genial agent of the Prudential Life, 81
was in outr midst last week successful- 1
ly writing insurance. 11
I Ir and Mrs. Willie Ilarris and chil
dren were week-end visitors of Mr. D. tj
1). :larris and family. cl
.\liss .\lattie Simions, of Greenville, sI
spent the weeli-end with honjefolks I.
.\1rs. 1'. 1W. Brooks had as ler guest I(
last week, Miss Majorie Ropp, of Gray a
Court. ! 1
'I'here is no case of flit as yet lit d
this conmnunity, tlereby causing Ito 0
(Ilaranitine measures to be adopted,' n
and as a consequence the school con
tiltues to opei up each day. Ilowever', g
it seems that it would he Wise to put
on a quarantine eveni if there are It o
eases of this dread disease. Th -n
schools are overcrowded as it is. and I
if they would close for a week or so, f]
there Is no telling, the disease im iglt
not make its appearance, but as con-:
ditionts now are, no commulnlity n
hope to escape. I
Nir. T. 11. Campbell had Ihe iisfor- c
tulle to lose Iis storehouse, together I
witi all the contents, by fir Saturday it
night a 10 n'e!ock. The wind at that
tim. wa. hlov'ing at a rapid rite, and
the only reasoll the dwelling house
and otier buildings were not (stroyed 1
too. was owing to the swee p of the 1
winId being in an apposite directiol.
Therewas(n insurance onl ift store
houwst and lhe loss is a rather leaiy y
oi(, especially in th ese day's of high
(.:,1 of livini.. as amolg the effects
'onl.<umiued by the hian'.eiQs Were' tight ien
harrels of flour.
A re('nt Imarriate of in test to
mayiv waS hat ofC .\lis; Olivia 'Irry of
tIlis plao to .\ir. .lohl Phillips of
Gicenvillc. the wedding taking place
in that 1 'city. Tle wedding was Ilte
happy culmination of a romance be
tgs, making easie
7, powered witi
prepared to giv
>ad is rcolling no'
'rite or Phone fo:
in while Miss Curry was staying in
p ,no.uiitains last summer. Mrs.
l1111) is a young woman of sterling
orth and qualities, and has many
lends whose good wishes w-ill follow
)r throughout her married life.
IUNU NEW YOtKEI
DIES IN BLIZZARD
ronmient Princeton Student Dies of
-Exposure In New Iaimpshire Moun.
tatu. Lost his Way While Making
Dublin, N. Ill., Feb. 15.-Charles
acVeaugh, of New Yrk, a graduate
udent at Princeton and son of the
)ulls(.% for the Uniited States Steel
orporation, died of exposure oil
ount MoInadnock early today during
a atteml)ted snoWshoe trip to the
immit in company with Charlton
eynders, of -New York, a senior at
Tihe young iien started on their
-ij) early yesterday afternoon in ex
ellent weather but soon a blinding
iow9tori and high winds developed,
?ach the summit. When ,* halt' mile
oiii the stop they abandoned the at
nuipt and started on the return. But
t that time it was du1sk and soon
Imy lost their way in. the growing
arkness and driving storm. More
ver, deceived by the mild, clear
'eather when they started, they were
iinly clad, without overcoats, hats or
MacVeaugh soon showed signs of ex
austion, falliig several times and
bout 9 o'clock dropIed liconlsc iou1s.
eynders, who vwas also suffering
rom exhaustion, protected his com
anion as best lie could, but Nlac
eagh (ied at 4 o'clock this morning.
At about the time NlacVengh fell
nconn:ciois, Fred Nettleton, caretak
r at the 1aeVeagh estate here, who
ad become alarmued at the failure of
lie young nien to return, started up
lie mountain on snow shoes in an at
iiipt to fInd them. ie discharged hi!4
evolver frequentlv and eventually
teynders heard and an swered witI1
in own revolver.
Nettleton assisted Reynders (owi
ie iioulitaini atid reltIrlned for the
lody, bringing it out jist befort
.\aeVenmgh was 22 years (old am
;r'aduated froIm Il)Harvard last June
le was spei'alizing inl languages al
Colds Cause Grip and Influenza
LAXATIVE DROMO QUININE Tablets remove thi
ause. There is only o "Bromo Quinine.
F. W. GROVE'S signature on box. 30c.
i al e :4
e prompt and <
v~. We, would
* OLINTON NEIWS. "
Clinton, Feb. 16.-'Miss Mary Dillard,
of I~norce, spont several days last
week with Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Dillarp.
Dr. iW. S. <Bean, Jr., of 'Atianta, is
stpending a few days with his father
who Is (uilte sick.
Airs. M. A. :lays returned last week
from Spartanburg after spending Bey
eral weeks with Mirs. EImma Glenn.
Mrs. 'dgar Owens left Wednesqay
for llshopvlille to spend several weeks
with her daughter, Mrs. ,Marion Scott.
Dr. Sadler spent last Sunday and
M.llonday in Rock iHill with relatlyca.
The February niceting of the Mus
grove lill Ciapter, D. A. R., will b
held with Mrs. W. B. Owens, Jr.,
Miss Aileeni Ilipp entertalined the
teachers and a few other friends at a
lovely party last Friday evening.
Mr. Charlie Shockley spent 'tile
week-eliIn SI partanibit rg with rela
Altis. hiltman Smith. of 131shovlle
is spending the week in the city.
A\rs. Guy II. Copeland Is the guest of
lMr. and Mrs. Rthett Copeland.
Alrs. Villiam Lomax of Greenwood
spent last week with her parents, Mr.
an d Mrs. Crawford Clapp.
AlMr. lilwoo: Dillard spent last Thurs.
dHy iln Columbia.
HAIR SOON TOO
SHORT TO PuT UP
A little "Danderime" stops your hair
coming out ad doliAes its beauty.
'o stop falling hair at once and
'ri(I t'e e'alp or every particle of
Stdn'f, get a small bottle of de
ihfuil I"ianderine' at any drug or
uitvet cotier for a few Cents, 3our1
a little in your hand and rub It into
the seatp. After several application.;
th haIr usutally stops coming ott and
)'ou (aU't find (ay dandruff. Hlp
y 'r haiir to grow strong, tIlek and
long an( become soft, glossy and twice
as beatltlftul andl abundant.
i, 115 inches; hv
>rse power, Six
like to place on,4
)urt. S. C.
*1 ? -,
\tter a hearty
\ stuffy feeling.
if You chew
a stick of
Other benefits: to teeth.
breath, appetite, nerves.
That's a good deal to
get for 5 cents!
Sealed Tight-Kept Right
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