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FRIDAY. JUNE 23, 1916
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*-'0t:r tonntrj ; "?' In. her ?5>
O' i^t?MooT8e viith 'loreign'BB> '- V
* . lions, saay. ?ho always^-be Jp , ,?
:^g|&^? right i hut oar conni ry, . *
*, right or wrong." . ?C>
HI^Hef ' ' ' ' 4&;'.
i-^Wo'^saowirnn^^pne' of you C?O lick I
any trio of grease**.'
i^rafr' weather 'mans aeapaa j- to be .
jO?^??; MP Vie hts Job,
^iMr,.; Bryart-.'. is. "keolna. vondertauy j
qpiiet during these turbulent times.
, ,,So long, ?aropei?we'y? g?t a little j
. scrap of our. o Wa to 'tend to Just now.
;<C^ wrench into the
machinery, buj^oermany guided . his
hand. ? ^^^i^^^^^^^P
Tho old fashioned: Sooth Carolina
poli Heal campaign '.isoemn to have
lost its punch! '
This may be Ideal weather fa; .ffops
bu? ,tB thunder;'for tho- fellow jweaf ?
lng the bilcd shirt. '. '-%'.' '
j ?n all; this excitement about Mexico
fpikft fcavp forgotten alt about tho fire.
I'M tonrnament at" prangeburg..- .
If pr?pasfsdn?bs oratory, could pro
. jiaeo.a nation, v,'e'd certainly ho" rci'.dy
+0? anybody attar those, national con
. Americans agr?e with Lloyd-'
G?pre;e that' "tic* other nation has
Hched tho heights of moral grandeur
trance during this war." i
irncje Sato rocogr.lr.ed Carra?aa- a
abort Whlie as?, hui rettie rate 'things
a^iipiflg now ;i> won't be long until
J^tody wilt .hVapiojiMK recoiaise Writ,
rhe^wOhle abojot clean(ng',np a?wt?
^bdya'v'win 'haye? to;
The, responso of tho nation's busi
ness mon io the order mobilizing the
National Guard has been gratifying
an the response of the Guardsmen
themselves. Men and interests often
accused, Justly or unjustly, of inviting
trouble with Mexico, have not hesi
tated to do their part when IL* timo
came for action. ..They have not Bat
back and let the citizen-soldiers bear
the whole burden of patriotic defense.
In every stato ,Jwherb the Guard
was called out scores''br bankers, mer
chants end manufacturers employing
Guurdsmc.i have announced that .tho
i men going to ?he front will receive
full pp.y during their wholo period
of sert.'ce. In the East several big
corporations have adopted this rule,
Others have agreed to give their men
the difference between their regular
wages and their army pay while they
sro absent. Those who feel unable
to adopt euch libo, si measures have,
almost without exception, declared
that they will hold tho Guardmen's
places for them until their return.
This ls a genuine service to thc
country. It means that the citizens
>vho march off to defend tho border
and fight the nation's battles will go
without Any disheartening wurry about
the support of their families or the
holding of their Jobs. And lt will
nerve to stimulate recruiting here
It might have been expected that,
.when the Crisis como, citizens of all
classes would pull together for the
national good. It Is pleasant, how
ever, to hate so prompt a demonstra
tion of that fact. It augurs well for
the adequate development bf. our, pre
paredness plans and the defense ol
American rightb in every quarter ol
the world. .
If ANGIN? THE PREACHERS
A' business otan of Birmingham
iAls., drew upa petition asking thc
city* council to appoint a committee
tb hang every minister of the gospel
In town. He ct rcu 1 atc d t h u document
among thirty of tho city's leading
ciUscnV.including many influential
bankers, merchants and manuf?ctur
ero. And twenty of them ?lgnet
it; ??>. ' ;. ..
Kow they are busy'explaining tba
they didn't hnow what they were do
ing. . oedloas to say, they doq'
want to bani; the' preachers. . Thoj
simply-signed that paper . wi thou
reading it brough. . -And it's a stYlk
lng' proof cf the assertion tho clrcu
'fato'r.'of 'the rpbtlti'oh" sot but to prov
^Utat tho American,buslnsss.inan.wll
sign almost any thing.
Tho docunivtt, of course.-was caro
fully baited. It started; ?mt with th
usual array of . "whereases'', nnklni
tho city council ta adopt an ordlnanc
excusing the .mlqjsVers frbm payini
a sanitary ta?; The lest paragrap!
contained a little joker in ; the tort
ot an explanation . that lu order t
gain immunity from the tax tho min
isters Would, hayo to be hanged. Bo
what business man would neglect tt
read the last paragraph of a legt
document affecting his own'' business
ThiB genial failing, this wlllingnec
tb sign any sort bf ape?l wlthoi
inspection,morely to please tho perso
presenting it, -: hasr^ rabbeo; petition
of their. old valnfV/ No .wonder lei
islatlvo bodies have come to pay li
t?o attention to them, nq^sw/h'o:
ms.ny names they^bsar. ;;^The..sam
amiable tendency nii? iniorfere J wit
tho proper working of popular pr
Wirtes. . - It has been found that q
most .any ci ticen v/111 sign almost ai
candidate's nominating poUtion,,mal
lng it possible for an absurdly. 1 h
coxhp?t?ut or ?j?destrablo;-candida
to, W? aominatepy if hsiworkQ liai
enough. Moreover, imany ^ ?ltiiwt
B^m ta take a gaaerous pleasure'I
(signing riva) petitions. ? thereby mal
lng nb end of trouble for the. decile
. The war department* for the ps
month,: has hesn '. buying .new aer
pianos at tho rate ot ono a d&y.
few more months o? this procedu
Mill place our neglected avington so
vibe on : a footing . where it can beg
to build itself ian tb a rospsctal
strength.;:^ ? ' :
. Ko-phase of bur unprepjjMWW
his been so discreditable as oar" l&
Ppho-'tfevclbp ..military - aviation.
W ' absurd ?and humiliating that t
natlbp, that :'breate<r.\the asropla
serriceahlo tc tho nation. ; :^Wt^;.e
naval rank has sunk iron; second
j, third among powaray oor 'rankin ;iv
/ftoja.'has *su^V*o. slow, that ,?ro';-ha
:#oa*xun> say. at all. Tba b
?bnir. tatoght by Gio war-the inva
rabia; service ?nder?d t>y aS^?S
for ? aoeatlai sad ? Erecting ?ru?b
fire?i:^*vm fbr tomb eiUck* *
inavryiog provisions . to j 'belttgus:
r forces-have boen neglected nntti lc
jr /ffea^fault /lj^.vmk?4 mcstly, w
that the construction of an adequate j
aeroplane corps for the army and
navy has begun, tho government
should stop at no half measures, but
should provide an organization of
airmen and aircraft as good as any
In the world. The present popular
Interest In aviation will make the task
For South Carolina: Probably]
fair Friday and Saturday.
Dut one protest against the Eigh
teen Mlle Creek dralnago project has]
been made, thlB being filed wjtb Clerk |
of Court Pcarman at the preliminary j
hearing held In Iiis office Wednesday.
The protest was filed by Mr. T. L*.
Watkins, who owns property in the I
area that would be affected were tho)
fdrainace project to be carried our.
Parties who had signed the petition |
calling for the Improvement. w?re rep
resented at tho hearing by Mr. M. M.
Hunter of Pendleton. The clerk of
; Court appointed a board of viewers,
consisting of Messrs. Z. Q. Ballentlne,
Felix Bogga and'W. A. Sanders, to
's?rvo in the matter.
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It seems that the dread cattle di
Isease. "black log", has reappeared In
Anderson county, Messrs. R. D. Hen
derson and Pearce and Will McCarloy
reporting that they have lost COWB
[from an affection which thoy have
every reason to believe ls "black
leg." Mr. Hendersou lost a valu
able Hereford cow which he. got from
Clemson College. Veterinarians ad
vise tho segregation at once of cattle
that show a lameness In any of their
legs. There appears to be no - cure
for the disease once that lt lays hold
of a cow, so^he only ateps that can
be taken is tp prevent its spread, and
thia .only can be accomplished by
ge'ting the diseased cow away from
bows 'that have not been attacked by
the fatal malady.
' Friends of Mr. A. 8. Brown, a har
bor employed at Hudson's shop, will
bo pl ca red to learn that he Is resting
woil after an operation for appendi
citis which was performed some days
'ago et the Andorson County Hospi
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?Delegates from several sections of
the state, between 125 and 160. af o
in (ho etty to attend the state con
vention of tho colored Woman's Mis
sionary and Educational Convention,
willoh ls in session at st. Paul's
Baptist church. The meeting will
continue through Sunday.
Anderson is far above the village
class,' but, nevertheless, thoro ' crop
out every day or so. here and there,
little Vevidence that would lead tho
outside world to'think that this town
ls in the woods. One ot these little
?ugns han been the' discovery of 'pos
sums): right in tho heart of tho city.
Some days. ago a morchnnt, clean
ing, out a pile cf hay In the rear of
his store, discovered' s tiny,'possum
snugly-tucked away lh a corner.
Wbev?.the ?ltUe rover came from, no
ono knowu. A day or two ago a
lady . -wnp-. lives ?on Rciso HUI wept
into tho 'basement of her residence'to
attend to some duty and after being
lu there for a few- seconds haard a
strange noise coming from a tall' tin
can wWch aita underneath the Souse
and caJL?h'a th?,-irater which "-'.drips
through i ? - pipo from . the refrigerator
oh the first floor above. . Upon^lnves?
tlgation *?h? discovered a wooly object
ter ambling" ' and splashing about In
the ice c?ld water 1 in the depths of
the toft. can. She turned the can
over and out ran a half;drowned little
.poBBtna, ' Tho visitor was taken up
and. placed tn a barrel out lu the sun
wherb lu? hight bava-'a chance to dry
hi nisei l and get warm' after his cold,
plunge. - The rays of the sun soon re
vived the 'possums frozen energies,
for in a few minutes he had clambered
out of tho barrel and teat a safe re.
Charleston; Juno : 22,^Wbat am*
prove to-:/b?? the-s/dut?a; ?i the cotte
cushion seale'" . problem; which ?
ihrcatcnlng Charleston's trees vat.
shrubbery, with vary ?ever* damit?
was, announced yesterday by Kr.Cr
I &-f Niven, agrlculuturad aetiretary ;?d*
[the chamber of commerce and demon- ,
i stratton agent for Oharies&o? ^coi
ty. The remedy la to oonrnn^i
district? ! the Australian lady*
beetle throughout the elty and Mr.
Niven, announced that, ttpertthsnta
msde-^Oong thia lute have thus lar
had excellent ma^ an4; that it the
" '<k3*??tte? wfi? live ever the
U ie likely that . the cottony
'Atale . .will .s?'k?H>
year, since thn beetle ?H a relentless
and .m ii lin luting iou for the scale.
Spajrtanburg, s Juno 2?.- -Tho
Georgia Produc?'company, a whole
sale grocery firm capitalized at $40,000
if being organized to open fer nusl
nehs in Spartanburg about August 1,
or possibly the 10th. L. N. Ilutta
way, ot Chalker, Ca., and C. S.^ Gib
son, a prominent banker of Mitchell, j
tia. along with A. 13. and A S.Uat
tuway of thia cltly aro those promot
ing the new enterprise. A commis
sion will be applied for as-soon as
tho first, plan's aro perfected. Tho
new company will handle groceries
and produce <jn .a wuoletalo: scale.
The company will reserv? the right]
to increase the capital to $100,000.
Plckens, June 22.-PickenB ls to I
have a chautauqua. A representative
of thc Radcliffe bureau was in.Pick
en? last week and met a commute*} of |
citizens and a Contract was signed.
Tho dates set are: Saturday, Sunday,!
Monday and Tuesday, July 8, >, JO j
and ll. There will bo threu noted I
lecturer? of the Radcliffe bureau will
deliver an address.
The first day.attractions aro the Co
lumbia Concert company aud Dr. D.
W. Daniel. Tbv first is a concerti
-.;.::;?...ny coi?pvi?id of yo;;;:., ladies.
Dr. D. W. 'Janlei of Clemson col
lege a niait whom all know aud ad
mire, will be o.- the program the
Too Wet for Cotton
Columbia, June 22,-Richard JJ.
Sullivan, section director of thu Co-!
lumbla weather bureau, has prepar
ed tho following weather and ?rop I
summary for the week ending. June j
"Asido from local drought over tho]
upper coastal plain and . portion * of j
the southern counties, the generally
plentiful rains of the week have great j
ly Improved ali vegetation, but com
plaints of grassy fields and wet sol!
have Increased. Tho - weather has
been too wot locally for tho host de
velopment of cotton, and tho cooli
.nights have pornlsted; chopping has]
continued. Corn is growing weil gen
erally, and some fields In thc southern j
counties h?v? boon laid by. Tobacco |
bas Improved rapidly, and late plant
ed peanuts havo come lo gond'stand'
in. the east portion. The wheat, oat i
>nd early truck harvests arc- about
?finished. Considerable truck '.and u*|
being planted to cotton and ero.
Some wheat la sprouting in shock inj
Union county." . ,
Greenville, Juno 22.-1' V National
Guard of South Carolina will mobilize
at Styx Friday. Thk; was thc order
received last night hy Col. Jj. M
Blythe, of tho First regiment,* o vet
the long dint ance telephone, the
order coming from' tho adjutant and
inspector general. V/. W. Moore, In
Columbia. "Tbq ^ltijtgr^^sqldlers^. /vgf.
South Carolina . havo- been prepar
ing since Sunday/for thiB Important
order: and tho- nowa ^wUbbV we?c?hie
tidings to the men who have .'been
quartered in the armories since tbe
recruiting began. .-?s"
Col.-Blythe said last night that all
the companies in his rogimeat-12 in
number would be obie to respond to
the..order by noon tod^y. Last, night
the status of tho matter, was that
all the companies bad heed recruited
to a minimum, of 65'mon;-some would
show more than that number; but
the reports only required an .'.. official
iitatewent- that the minimum' number
ot m?n would be- ia Uno when the
PEACHES ifO WBST^
New Tor* Does Not Cot Georgia*? |
Atlanta, Gs., Juno 22.-It ls a pe
culiarly, interested fact that ac?ord
tn'g'. to the . records of the . Gcoy-la'
Frnit Exchange an ',' extraardihaTiJ/
largo proportion of Georgla'?; eayly
peach, peach crpp I? going to; -i^ae
wes torn markets instead^ bf, lo Now
York and other eastern points; This
Indicative ot an increased demand" In
tho Realera -terltory which may: have
imp?t tant bearing od; the' market.
Another very gratifying feature bf j
the peach situation to Georgia grow
ers thia; year Is tho. fact that prac
tically ail of tho fruit ;to dote Aaa,
neon sold on an f. o. b. bnsis, which |
means that,cash money, ls tarped pv?.
et* to tho grower before-the caf heaves j
tho stte. These cash eales havo been
extraordinarily large thia .year, moro\
ko than usual with ti?.early trott... ?
.v There had been shipped from Geor
gia up to Saturday,.JoaO .17, a total
of SS cara, while tho estimate. , of
th? wcqk through Saturday, Juno 24,
is 125 core, The Fruit .Exchange
BOPS no rcacon to make any chango
in ito original estimate of.3,300 to 3.
500 cars as the total ot the eGorgl
. Aa Attonta l&siory * '?
Atlanta? Ga.. June S2.~Whp lath*
beautiful woman fn ?ho black tights
and ibo black . mask :^ho '. swims
?round the. Jake in Piedmont aark ev- j
cry day at' sundown ? ; "
WB^^t?S^* in Piodmont JUke .are
AUli^ifn^i^ - fin? -ow-imw^sit^
?ous utrea get 's iuoatity. aa? their
oarl???#<?W??'. apread''a1|;c.:.;oVeT ,the
city. ?S?' comes *o^0"?>k?-,t? her?
automobile and goto away .withoet;:
spcclators finding out anylhlug about
h*w..'. , '??.?:\?r,''- ; ' -,
Alt ih? yt*?: :ayoTiifd>-^iw v?h?
wirrt(?--sv<jry atternOoa. lt is * t^lm
t two miles or morel one io tes* ttie
%"M?t---?t' a powe^oV^achiote, ? hut
Now when the heat's hitting 1
demand more of your ?uits
be of light weight.
Thai's a way is iesssve-thi
fabric to give it a sympatheti
your touch. Anything that H
ness irritates at this time of t!
rest, and when she comes down the
home stretch she 1B going faster than
she went at the .start. Atlantians
havo been .unable to learn the identity
of the "Masked Mermaid."
Cleveland, June 22-Society wom
en' bore have a new fad-glided fing
ernails! Gilding the nalia with im
itation gold costs $1.60;- with- 23. ca
ret gold $3.00; with 23 caret gold
and monogram on the thumb nalia
$5.00. The gilding, wears-wei!.' often
keeping tho sblno for several weeks.
A HUMAN Ii A Mi
FALLS FROM SK*
Linwood, N. J,., June 22.-A me
teor in.the form of a. human- band
fell from the Bky and buried itself, in
tho, .Ground ..near,.. Henry k Prantl's
r.farmhoUae within 48' hours after the
death of hla .18-year-old. ion. v
u Mrs. Prantl today, declined .to sur
Tender the m CM or to' any. of tho sev
eral meteorologists who came after
?lt, Baying she believes lt is a mon
sage from her boy. "
Mrs. Prantl is superstitious' >iid
Where" you had no bualne^s and that
you were a kind of a .busy bodyq.
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* W?..VTT AIKEN .*
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? Congressman Wyatt Aiken ls the
Only South Carolina Congressman
who has seen active war service* ac*
cording to tho following story, in The
New York World:
If ail the mcmb' rs of congrega who
BOW service-lo--tho Spanish-American
war were mustered . into the army
now being raiser., nearly a company
could bo forced. Most of these vet
erans Were Connected with volunteer
regiments ot the .National Guard -,
. Their - service. ranged from 'mobilisa?
tion to actual battle, but were" all
more or less train?d coidters.
Naturally, some of tho veterans
'have grown etout and short-winded,
but a couple of month's tariningi
would bring them back into shape, ?
roost of thom declare. Following ta ;
a nearly complete list: -^^^^
Senators--Fall of New Mexico,
Hardwick, ot Georgia, Hughes of New
-Jersey, Lewis of ?ilitnol?, Vardatnaa
of. Mississippi,'Wadsworth, of New
. York, Weeks . of Massachusetts and
'Poindexter Of Washington.
: representatives-?ardror ot Mas
sacbusetvs, CragO of .Pennsylvania,
. Dyer -jot Missouri, Aiken of South
.Callina, Anderson of Minnesota,
?d?Usv-orthot Minnesota, . Greene- vt
Vermont,-, Kart of New Jersey,- HO?K
kali ot Oglesby of .Now,-. York* ttcl
y?rlng of Kansas, Howard of Georgia,
.Huddleston ot. Alabama, Hull of Ten?
nessee, ' V- Humph roys, of Mississippi,
Junior and Loud cf Michigan, Neely
of West, Virginia, Oldfleld of Ar*
kansas, Sells of Tennessee. Stone ot
' Illinois, Tllson of Connecticut and
? Van Dyke ot Minnesota.
: ^ :i?
l'#r?;IiaBowecTO keei&g? ai
The revival services which
been conducted ^.;0*r*ttle~f?r,
wook at -^or hy IShr?ttgellst :?Wy.;F
Rowov. :,o?mo ta a alosa aast ;,n
Mr; :'..t?ROwe'r hoe .. '?afr ?a /varied .
perleace,' ha*>S sper.t s numbsr
years , In. a southern J?iB^ia -1
:tl^, whores W ??a^eMf^ts-,
,sj>ea rogamlhg hla liberty ?aa
fvoted his:- tiniat and; hi's --imsmr
gellstSc work. *mH?*m*&
^Ooatoosio?s wcro.vmado et tho.;
ting>:??ttddGted at OrrvJ?e* t^ Is
[and. much* good, accomplished,y:
, A . r?-Jlar meeting will .borcpndV.,.
cd ??t Glook : rallie., service?
ni?U?inig, Satarday-hight, wheo > Mr
r^f^^lv'O? .-i- i?q T?cfflTOI/.0010^0; CW ,::,
?ur suits have
They're of fabi
'em all. The
where for a cc
Silklike suits $1
Palm Beach st
only in shades
we have had 1
the sticky feelii
nigh you should
than that they
stasis from tue
ic response to
And then the r
that is faultless
$10 and $17.5
And ell these su
men of nil size
ion made for th
The Store with -a
NEED OF MEN
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE.)
fan try company had. been'able, to re
cruit up to even the ' minimum
Strength, while the ' maximum
strength 'appeared: to be away yon
der in the distance. When lt is con
sidered that only 65 enlisted men and
three officers are ' roquired-: to com
prise, a company of minimum
strength, it is indeed astonishing that
tho officers of these, three companies
should encountur . difficulty. in re
cruiting to the required number.. And
the .trcublo Hes with the men who
are already members of the Nation
al .Guard, and who, apparently,--are
F. o wanting in p%trlo*.isni end^ ?oyaltyj.
[ and w?Thot volunteer to *go bey"bnd
thb border, should ?uch become nec
essary, as well as* with.''the,., . y mum
men who show no desire to resound
1 to the call oh them..
, It must '-be.''considered- tbit : there
aro Boroo instances that make ii ?ul*
of. the question for enlisted men to
leave even Augusta and their work,
so long as it is possible for \ the
company to recruit up to tho; required
length'without them, but if a man
is willing to go to the border-and Wa
affair? are such lhat. he can do < so
without inconvenience to himself
if'he caa go that far and then refuse
to leave the territory qi the.' United
State's,' tho . only inference to ..bo
drawn ; ls .that he is not .vfUl'Ing to
O'lok his porsonal safety for his coun
try.. That such a condition exists in
Augusta' is. almost unbelievable,? , al
though the officers; say they are un
able to figure out the proposition any
other way. ' .
CLAIMS JUNE 22fi55 IS
LONGEST. DAY IN YEAR
Official Weather Man Opines
: Giving ?Isl Distinction
; According to an official weather
man today, tho 22d, ia the longest
flay, of the year, although -iaany : pf o
pla, hf?'d that distinction to the ?1st.
He figures lt this way : ' ? '
The official in charge lhere decided
in1 favortoday, Juiie' 22,.' although
! the .oun H?SGS and seta .on thc same
minute In each ease, 'namely ? 6:09 a.
m. and 7:40 n. m. He states, that
the margin of ?difference* in ta vor of
today should be expressed "Inseconds'
and cot In minutes at nU. 1 'Today
by-an eye-lash" ia, tho term to.use
in.' expressing ? the. margin of. differ-1
.once In 'favor of today as tbo .tonBi-1
T&IS MINISTER READY f V
PRrW IF WAR ;t?bSr?ES? ?
? . . .'.i i.i i...
I^^Shi'nsteh, Jone 22.-A minister i
l?CT^nliaf??l ; *W will either ?ght or j
jpjray, hi: Tjfct?hev?rcapacity he wj
%aosti needed ia tita* ot war, has of
fered his services, to. Maier General ;
*??l?lc?t1iei>: Ohio,-* practical ?nV
m&t as well i ai* aiintsltet. 1
; Oin offertes ht? a?rrfi?s the Rev,
SC?IUUJS espressMi wiilingn'cBB to
' in .the flre^robn*. bf a:battle-?
or as chapla??^ in the
j perter 4s- -rears':;oi - age; -'but; " sikye
I h*--MMteJ^-to!t??it? reed* ta I
Gtoryf^.any-time; , !
every particle ?ff the sting
ice that are soothing to slip
SilkSike ia" the choicest off
re is no greater fabric, any*,
mbination of tlyle? comfort
lits that are different, ; not
and quality of tailoring, but
he silk yoke put in to keep
at $5 to $10.
nohaira in shades more tren,
cs very durable. taUoring
0 for them.
mener togs are in sizes for ail
s. There ia special provis
io big man.
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? : ? t>.
BLEASE IS THE FAVOR-.
ITC AT P?CKENS
(C?NTINURD PROM^P/kjGB ONE.*
ly one of. the best orators of the
candidates for governor, made the
opening address... His remarks .were
taken up mainly with a statement as
to the possibilities for ? development
along alf Unes in South ; Carolina;
The speaker referred to oich of his
opponents as gentlemen- ami men who
would make both a' clean race end a
good governor. Ho said he was ruhr
ning on his merit and* hoped to see
factional Ism cast aside.
Jno.' VT. Duncan's address delt
mainly with "the Bystcm" which' :is
running .thing? in South Carolina.,
Iis asserted ?hat either Blease. or
^Manging ^toott^rcad^tot Jump5 ?a^i? way
W. A. Clarke pulled the strings. He
too red the position taken on the whis
key, problem by both of these candi
dates, saying' ?l?ase was Opposed to
prohibition and Manning favors-local
. : .Richard !.. Manning ?poko next and
was well received. His address Was
chiefly along the Hues laid out In his
. Greenville ?nd Spartanburgspeeches
and while . the : governor got no
applaueo at tho' outset.' there wes'a
slight ripple if handclaps as he con
cluded.. . - .
Cole-ly. Blosse - was 'received with
a mighty shout and about 400 of the
600.' people present* bunn 'eagerly on ;to
avery.word.he uttered and never fail
ed to." approve ' when he "scored- a
"point.v - The ex-governor continued
his attack .on .Oowornbr Manning.
Robert A. Co6per,; who was ap
parently tho favorite io. both Green
ville and Spartanburg, faced a abaci ly
scattered /audience '; when ho arose--to
speak. Two-thirds or more of the
crowd lett the. lawn close behind the
ex-go vernor, pressing .around him on
the outskirts bf the court house
grounds.tb. shake banda. .Cooper's ad
dress dealt chiefly with the educa
tional need in. South, C?ro?u?; also,
proper , enforcement br the law, ana
the, small crowd remaining to near
bim gave close attention.
The candidates speak, in"?< Walhalla
"tomorrow and go to Anderson Satur
B?ck te Mexico.
Atlanta, June.21.-The ^prospect of
war between th? TJtflted States' aid
Mox lco.v with a cons?quent unstop
ping of the pent-up feolmga ot hatted.V,
on the part ' of : the Mexican natives
against Americans, is not sufficient to
deter Mrs. H. E., -M?sle j' from :re>&;
turning to the country to join her
husband... who OwnB. extensive mining
interests at La'-Ornees,-tu the Mexi-i
can ?tate of Chihuahua. -, She "has-
been In Atlanta ea'' a visit "several'
Weeks and today will leivo for the
border, where she expects int proceed f
livonia Boiid ?ssne Carried
- lAvonbn Ga, June 22 -At an elec
tion bel? hero B?tarday thb town vot
ed ?4 5,000 for water end sewer.'Ao'nda'
and $5.000 school bemm to repair andvv
?<Mwr> .'the* school building. The elfte
Hon held bera Saturday the town yt>t
tlon being very close, winning the is
sile; by only ten votes-.
Proper ty S?!eed
s Kan^ ; Cfi^,:; ?une > 28.~The m
mlllioTiyi?bnari -plrop?rty ef Cana
nea r?o^?id?t^d Copper company,1
i^aAei' -sonora, Ainerie^>c?n?%i?
?as oeetk tj?en over >y. dd'facio -So>-.r
?ra$bb& ac^rd?ng to .> messajte"
from Mexico icty to attorney rep- '
: - Golumbift,, June. :.i&^atif'?v-6
^a&nwto soldiers, :vwa'?:;'?sai4^*!^'
" e .Confederate ito?diers' home her*.'.