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~VOL. -N I \ NN . T.- 11 ~ i!I~V IT IE \WE.S 5AYN
STATE CMPAIGNI N
HELD THE BOARDS.
About Five Hundred Voters Attend
ed the Meeting. Which Was
Held in Court House.
\h-n :ve hundred of th -voters of
Newh1erry c. unty e ard the candidat.e
f.:- st,te onice hee ye :L. The
m1eeting Was held in the court house
and there was good attentiin through
out. Only the candidate, for railroad
co1mssioner and one of the candi
dazes for solicitor ..; IhI circuit de
'ivered addresses and there was very
little enthusiam. hut each of the can
didates was given appla.se at the
close of his address.
There were no featr rs in the meet
ing. Every manl felt (iual:;ed for the
ofince which he sought. t.id what he
would do if el:cted and asked the votes
*f the people of Newberry county.
That was aho t al there was to the
County Chairman S. S. Cunning
Major J. H. Earle.
Major J. 11. Earle. of Greenville.
led off for the candidates for railroad
cOmmliSsiOner. He .aid that if elected
he would he abs-o!tev fair to the
railroads and would see to it that the
railroads were absolutely fair to the
people. It wa a po,r rule that
wouldn't w.-rk both ways. fle at
tacked the presen: denrrage rul s
which he said were writen in the in
terest of the railr ads. ie spoke of
descrimination in freight rates. ask
ing how coull th.- wholsale concerns
of this state con \ere wih those of
other states when the rate here was
3 and one-tird per -:nt. higher
than in N rth Car i"a. The things
that South Carolina needed. the
things that 'word build up the tov:ns
of the state. we cotdn't get the rates
o1m. He t'kupthe deot nluestion.
an(! de:ied any ine lo sh-w him a de
cent depot on the Soithern railway
between Newb:rry and Greenville.
Other states had the depots. Why
-hotldn't S 'th C.rolina have them?
The litle *;hed a (7-eCville h e
there semer yar-. Th -
c 'amm:-.- .a: t -yc eldn't force
the r!ads to build rpts. and yet the
law required tz,- pot an,i other
state- had them. Ao salaries he be
lievd lhe pCfp.ifl Smt Carol:na
5ho:-il ')av* te sarie. het wvhoever
pa:d the 'at- etected he
wouid work 1r -he eople, ald
as a 7b ir:r.he ar to the
11r. !:arle adh was -ncry to
have heard-: - :he ger:lemen
term ena uagd fz r ilene
and raftin. Th. werf w- I
had n t -: - Cardia p'i
tics sme y a hack. and he was sr
rv : k!ave he"I :m r.z:.:. Th ter -
son uhr!\ a termt of n:Tiee shou!d en:
In' ',cl'i. ". b r,-.-rredJ to his armyi
W. Boyd Evatns,
refer--i a - rc e wh r henmae
tivoe,r ne whn he led on t
tir t h.!!... -lefea* ' on it.'e s
The w - ': ' r 'nan wh had! a
c red him ir~ th- logica! candida:e
He came before the pinople: this y-ear
with the solid 'nd'rement of the
Marion. lHe referred to his activity
ia the sttudy and'pnractice of law and
to his term as private secretary to
Governor Ellerbe'. The ternm of rail
road commissioner was six y'ears. and
the people by their votes in previotus
races had shown they didn't wvant to
gtver nymn this offie for a longer
'- 0c"- Vtoslre
Id- ca ' A 1 pa,Ii Lhcit' . i"'Ve '
ex" eet Mt- rec"'.vv fair rea; -
- p h r!- . if he I
-.: pan ine 1 aae of (hoSt wnio
- t;,o 't Onat the railroads
.:v :he people fair treatmient? . r.
In 1ntook >I) the Inet: n ''
e.'-. \iWhy were li prcm-em! c
derelic-. and when he sa:d
c iid pr'act;cal'l1ntl'ing,. lIe re
klie NenMherry C.. N. & ..
e ry time the people went
he 'commi -7ners the rail road
'cc alz wt t. thie commiiss'ion
ai "Yes. w" have had 11 aa
in mn *r z-inmc )ibt we are not
ibh. riin now to bihnld as nne dep,",
'' we w' ki ike to build. Go up and
t1ac%fy the p)Tplc and hold them a
hil AnI tl: comIi.ssioners
wonki cole tip and make all kinds ,f
exNses. Did the conit;ss:oners n1t
get their salaries direct from the rail
r'a.ds thev v':cic require depot: built
xhere tI,r were needed. and built at
rmlcv. Mr. Evans then. took up the
V's 1tn cft 0 ma clllaim against rail
rad-. The raiircads wonbi pay, large
laimns f1r fear of law suits. But a
small claim would be tie! up for fif
teen or twenty months and then prob
ably never be gotten unless a lawyer
was secnred and stit broieht. and the
railroads knew that this would cost
more han the claim was worth. It
was all because the railroads paid the
alartes o fi te t'clmmi ssioner-. III
nclsion. he believed it was timie
:*r the people itc look intc" the charac
er and ability of candidate for pub
i ce. If he didl not niea-tire up
tilt' standard of one who would
-"'after the interests of the people
ie dii not ask for the people's votes.
. i he did lit respec:fully asked
C. W. Garris,
!amiberg. the present chairman of
le railrodad commissI itn. xho is seek
,ng re-elec(ion. spoke next. He spoke
,I the trIs (if a railr(ad conmmision,'r.
i' i-ad tried to do his dity honstly
1:! :cs Ite safi it. and tihe man who diii
hat ught n-t to he required to face
: eChar;:e cf being under the dn'i
n .11 a cirpolrailq-n. Ili- policy ha !
"' to take on,e article at a itime.
lc.-'betane it was to' be cent abroad
'iy 'in'; ''ne indtliv;iduai or corporaltion.
Ti- :ir1,t thing t%aen p wen lie
went int' 'Ilic' was t1 ' rate onl tir
mi.'''. aM ('t:<ir ti:t rate on fert:h
r x Newh'berry to Charlt-t' on
! ar a t.n ls than i :as
y' \c,,r- az(. ii's'x'i 'd cti:c
V: , ad Hr. oedr-!nto
ith'"cc'jh'm rn 'ninlitr a
'e- : 'p k. itln t xfxwha he
- the ho mr i:ci 'Itc.mc i ,hed d::
- - h avere.:e n ax' c i-: a
--b , a ter ara.re
h Ca thia ar'f per
- C .me alc l then pae
h h -. aeu in <l- ot-a
she ve erhad ''abi . it
1 c :l- ,. . a me
-t - .- i !e : h ir
had '''" h,et -mert 'e o ' si''x x'tears
n -r popety n --thi c manner.
Thr' wet' t.cJO 'lep '1 in S 'mh Car
. M. :milxxit:. Se er::i ito ha:v'e
ha! 'et lit' t'e 't anm average titan
h'r 'in--:r' :-'ates.
Ar. \\ ' . Ex'ans asktd what'in net
dix'idendcl thei railroads dleclaredl last
ye-ar. mf it wasn't over $4,000.000.
ti r. Garris thought it was about
t:n: manN vcrrangedty r
1L1 ..r .h i - t.int w p 1.:
.i.tS!ui:.- ait v e1g, coratin f:m
'n ".: hla': llt trat ide ur e
T in y n it t i itA-i inaner i r
y - - - -rt in tIc t:l..i ain-i h.p ..
y v, ; air im 1 in :\t ttt 30
Th S. Sea,t-.
RZe;.reenai e R. \. Cot.per. f
.atrets asked Smr an opportumity of
: t. the sam- r,.c rd, S ltcit. r
50 ;.. iln mt,l. Ili ar".Zttl1ellt was
,v -t- -.1 ii x i
: cUt. ?Ir. Sv%.-: hcl ditte his dt1,y
. ifa wr:tte > lante le'nC tte
!vlit in hale m t i . :i.niir inrned
iray an ctIh iake n., be:ter re
. . "t if the p-tple helieved that
xVer 1a .u IIght t- have t an e<q,al
,iiare p it- hn-rs xxhwich his felIow
:it'z.- had bet-w. thtu het- asl :d
The fllwtng its.legram was r
.\ik en: "iaxe been eal!ed Il \V0
h:gt..n- ..- i mpt)er: ant butstt:e-s. Scr
r-: 1 can ntt he at Nexh,rry.*
Ctytx Chtirntt C-i:.giaml ia!
vKtende1 a spec-al invitacicn to Gov
WIt r 11 cyVtard to be pcr-aent. httt theC
- I . 1 'c
1error wr-eq that he haa. n
nd to mnh trveland a c"'nsid
fo.-: lays. le wrote .hat I have (le
--mn, tho ( 1.) ,ir a a o sp l
:xy :tl \ l. yt x' -it my fatmily.
\Vc r- I gt ) g Netw\*he-rry ! wov i II
. kve w l; en.ngh t'D le' te de
- i the .1cca4bIn :Ind! Wfe 1
atalite etis mh ey nce
MEAT PACKERS STRIKE.
Crisis 'Ieached Yesterday When
Union Leaders Called Out
Chviet; dtly 2..-- te crisis in the
acking hirse strike was rtached tis
roing when th. unihn leaders start
he yards :a ! * e k to ca
- ral Strike .f a! the tntins ccn
v - i - - - -
Thn a the htl ct!r r
-ice.r:u the ac in it:-amxste
re-t:ra avotedI~iti tnilhnt-xlyt
r (Iciat I.- Vit-e l
1:4ie0 :edig. thehyawte
- , agut a ffeti unil it wn
r -.and enc. -n"nr " me a
r,h dwnm. - : . w4:
-, ine: tir. \\'il-n
3,ox'o At Workc in Kansas City.
t::, t*hy I------. : I. i 1 -~t
e-:-. Th :ek- r
- r - ti i0-: xhe 1 h
Pefused to Strikre in New York.
:I. !:, I. em lt rem -e i tcc
ar aisidwtt cniton x e
Mi.;s Passay--Thte itdea of "\lr.
i-an.amlee asking met if I couild OW
larn to ite~ himt!
Mliss Pecpprey-\\'hy lit i? One is
neer too old to learn.-Philadelphia
\ir. E' m : "'1in. vot think ther
- ' f i 1a: i 4 . n.rca
uir rh: ''if :he moiin wv're
che-. I nimitu ih able t' get
York.ie hum'rees "Canslir o
an iv cam!dlate :cr rair cad
nt'-':''er. ma ie a -pechi chiarae -
itiltf nihe:. Ifi he ever ser-ved~
he~ p .:e sx yeaIr' ih' won! never
I t1:h 1c C ,IIee v *4-r an en
.r""'tt I bef re h peopole so Sout
Tr,ima. ',' 4.00m.000 priiit made
y ie rat >ads enc yeir in S,tI
at' -lina. wxlhi'il )ir. F.1in hIat! sIlld
ni 'i. was the mtn cheese to hich
dr. Garris had cafled a:tentin. lie
vs here to t-e fair wi:h the rail
.a. 111 they dh!n- pay half the
which tiher toughit a< pay. lie
nt'ed tigures sh wing the ;ncrease
i lhe bui n''s cf the railroads and
le, incr.ae f pr :is. a d c ."tdn't
-e wh ''h e railr. ads sir.h nitI t buti
h eLer depo'ts in this lbeam!fnl city. ini
biga!stat:. in tIs lovely Unihe-d
stzae ti:- America.,I.c*
Inc 'caee ?!r Cansler said: '"1
cn 'niy -:xprcss my feelings to) the
ami old co.n. of Newherry b
wi,hinm for you that the great ilower
lae-d hy lhe gctnrdian angel tn that
starli rht night mar hi om. h!ossotm
and tend ferth it swve:t nce'ne trim
entre to circumnnference. I Iae ref
e'ence 10 peace and go.l wit. e ail.
\av ven 'i! anihl r side hr -ide in
H. J. Gigniliat.
i 1cne.e' feeWed Cat:tier oi Tir
h. Mr. Gigilliat speake oif bieig
Im<eaped m iie race. ah *f h: ot
- n:nt, hai'vitng hal Se i.'prec
pilci life mibc eaking. Mr.
m"ixin: ma' a very ";i 'id en
hie Spe eh hopi ing :ba't the' petole
s'ctl see ilt ic vo t -e r hi'. tI
i'i'iineg t' r i t isdmy C fa ihfll ifi
'vhb'h lie 'sou'ght.
John G. Mobley,
' i- wa the lat ,: the can
.h . :he peple A Ie'berry totda-'
ract odt' rval
rih tha the petitph-i tshIh! l.avte rec
.. Ie ic a ere:i ce f ir ta act.lir if
.C liCr "xv car aw. The office
. r i t '. .mmi~s:i n-:r' was tile
:n Aerelp,nile in die state next t'
h ia v, ern..r. A.erything that
. Garr- elaimed he h:di don wai
-.r. \ilh rrin t w e -
Mr. GaGrris' laims.
-! 1 pt : i le C:re
h.oe i.,t.r '1 ':y twerxe herh
n S.-h Croi -'nm :ter
-t'ei.. n - ' ily r lec r c!
ra me.d cc'mic. n htOi
me tat tir inw
"i.- '-i ~c - tr .1 a'r a- C c m -l
1:.i :a d eecmr dn -d i
elr. '''el'it ha bien it
-he har. - -: .itm i i te ic
ter hers:l hile icer . TAi~ i\a
epcel't:cl it waO hish tme
hThe: i Solictr s.: .r.e
hir!an teitiha:tread athemfo
Ic -xing fromr Solicitcor Thomas S.
FALL RIVER STRIKE.
None of the Textile Manufactories
Able to Open Yesterday
Fa!! River. Mas-.. July 2:.j-The
it-xtile -:rike here i' on in earnest.
.\n attempt wam made by the mant
facirters to* start np almost every mill.
hnt in nt case more than a dozen
I.arge crowds c.,ngregated in the
vicinity -f all the mills and hooted
those Wh, went in.
ihe o!icials saw the hopelesness
if ;rying to run the mills and closed
F.verything is quiet and the men
are nost orderly.
Maiden Had Business Ideas.
"Fver hear the story of how W. W.
Carc ran. the millionaire are lov-r
wh1 built th" C rcorean gallery in
\\ashington. D. C.. wa thrown down
by an elnery maiaen?" asked James
'Ulan,bee Of 1altniore. according to
:he .\ilwaukee Sentinel. "Yuu will
recal- - that Circoran owned the
.rl i Ht : - \\ashingt P
t.-rs bec-me eranipd. nad -dritional
iid: -:: . n . 1dd f(r ai- exteZ siun to
lie buildin. The lat a!!i,ning to
:e arwai. \wned by an ellerly
lady. being a porti,n of her back
yard. The millibnaire hosteiry keep
er greatly desired this parcel of lan
and fr months was ca,gitating how
he wquld approach his neighbo -. She
bein% wealthy, he came to the conclu
i;on t, bie entirely frank with her, sat
1ied . that she would no.t ha-ld him up
if he NOi!ged his plan, to her. So
lie sat 1.wt and wrote her a letter in
which he asked her ht much she
,Vanted far he back yard. as he in
-end to enlarge his hattel. The sanc
hi! h-: received a neat perfuimed note
iram his neighh..r which ran:
"1a w much doa yo want for your
hote. as we nee it -" enlarge our
":r once C4,rcoran was squelch
PARSON TO SING SING.
.agwine to \\ asinington an'
git jnstice said the Rev. Sidney
Smi:h. a cmorel minist o Mis
. a\aiws led onf jiaa e
\ewhnlrger's caart y -trday to
:rve a term in Sin S R1. T ev.
.\! a S :ith wla.i: an.:et ry.a
a a asha,art tiu't 1"ra,
w h hn he ha! a
a" ed re ale" !eft and ha went up
-C ..ee Frank D. Nicholsoni. a pawn
Al\l muril2a: 0 t' hY'Wall iuT"I 'Rid
.said the p rok
-a'vr th-: r--\', cer.
n '' ve''yo a dollar."
Tw ''a nnm ithin.' saidl the he!!i
-t.- pa' ars' n. p. aming it at the
ae:broer's head The paawnbhr'ker
eie 1,fo cr halpa. \\'hien lie wta4 ar
aage befa re Inlge Newburger
* ''rlay C'hat. (an1-n '1 thPlran
I' o n l. said'
--i mn is . muiitster of the ga.
,.In the sa athl people arealoe
c arryi'ret*ilver s. .Thii- man meant
--m1 it' no ra'a'ht ta poaintt a ew!
ara h compltaiat."' sail TJudge
Na- a' rr "I -ala: taee hima to nat
e.st:noeyar and nolt mare tati
I -r.'Sm ih ha d to hea sh'oaveai aa2 i
Sentat or Garmilan. wh. ile he al se:
:o he ca'atsidler- f. r th 10lcairmandtt 4
* .: thle n~atiaa!. alaemo'crattic ca'mmtit
tee. say'5. haawever. that lie will be
laa ta render all the service mn his
power to those wtho may be selected
ao take charge of the campaign.
whic hI le fiully believes will be crown
.e1 wit h succe.s.