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VOL xLmI. NO.f- N -.WBERY. 8. 0. FRJJAY uosr to906. 'TWIOE .A. WEEK, Si 50 A EA
R. JONES WANTS TO SPEAK.
e And Lyon Disagree-The State
Campaign Meeting Enliven
ed at Chester.
Chester, Aug. 7.--About, four hun
dred people turned out to hear the
speakers today. Col. John T. Sloan,
for governor, was the first to ad
(ress the crowd. To show the effici
eney of the (lispeisary system, the
colonel cited the faet that the aver
age am1outtt of liquor -1dran1k per Capit a
in the whole United States is $17
.whereas in South Carolina, the aver
al-e amlount consumed I per capita i.
only $2.98. ''On the 28th of August
when Ansel advances with his battal
Ions under two bainters,, Dispensary
an( 'Prohibition,' I will charge hir
with cavalry, shouting 'Charge, Ches
ter, Charge; on Stanley, on !' and An
sel's forces will go down in disgrace
funl defeat. It is a sad thing for a
man to fight under two flags.
COL. Martin F. Ansel was greeted
with lo(I applause whent he an noune
ed that he is agaiiisl the State dispen.
sar. al il favor of local option be
eween prohibition and (lispensary. Mr
Aniisel threw several hompilets at th
adies, who seemed gtreattly pleased.
Senlator Cole L. Blvase took up a
ool deal of his time tearing up ''An
el's double joinled platform.'' Whenl
e hda runt it through his shredder it
ats scarcely recognizable anl]dih
eople lolully shouted applause . Mr.
lease made out ''no ease' 'agaiinst
e dlispenisary antd Ie believes there
a combination (if the prohibitionists
fid the highJi license people working
make Mr. Ansel governor to get
hibition, which will prove a snare
d a delusion. Then the high Ili
se crowd will say prohibition is ai
Ilutre let its go baek to the old bair
oice-''How will flint be possible
er the constitution?''
nswer ''You will see tile har room
'8isthng with nud1(e pictures. yonl
i1l hear enticing tmusic, anid tle fasei
tinlg click of lie poker chips.'
!Wlenl Aisel spoke lie had the crowd
t Blease strely took it awayv from
NIVhenI Mr. E'(dwards got up there
ust have beenl at fire lown tle street,
or many of tihe people fied as if inl
Mtr. A. C. Jonles says lie is afrai(d
at C. C. Davis has been matde at
apegoat for others who might. have
stified. Mr'. Jotnes assumes all re
onsibility for the testimony given
y C. C. Davis, before the investiga
The Hon. R?ichard 1. Maiing male
clear presentation of his Views ot]
(lueationt and the (lispensary. If elect
d governor lie will go into office
ree from anti-election promises. At
lie close of his speech Mr. M anning
ot. enthusiaetic applause.
*Thle Hont. Johnt J. MIcahonIi made(l
ni (eloquenIt appeao~l totr civie' imtprove
tent Iitn busliness, atgl'ientur le, endea-lI
ion andto politics. 'Te auidienice paid
areftul aittetion to htis w~ords, and
hteerecd him strtenuioutsly as lie closedl.
Mr'. .Joel E'. Brutnsont believes that
Ir'. Mainiing's chanitge to the (is
enisatry is a deatIhbed ('onver'siont b)e
autse of the exigencey ofI p)olities. His
trong ap)peaI for prohibitioni received1
applause f'rom a tir'ed audience.
0Only three of thte governior catndi
dates were received with applause:
.essrs. Anisel, Blease anid Manniing.
For a4tor'ney gienerg'l, pJ. Fraser
Lyoni spoke first. He said the investi
ating committee shielded no witness
.s and did tiot make a scapegoat of
'C. C. Davis.
jMr'. A. C. Jones, canididates for gov
erntor, ar'ose in theo auidienice, ando stid:
''Mir. Lyon, why did not your com
mittee require Jud(ge Carey to tell
what lie know?''
*Answer by Mr. Lyon-''The whole
ommittee irequiire Judge Gary to tell
rom going on the stand.''
Continuing, Mr. Lyon said lie wvottld
all before the e' mmittee any wvitness
r. Jones woutld point out as kntow
nig facts miateirial to thre investigating.
r. 1Lyon askedl Mr. ,Jotnes very' ploint
edly if lie know of an Iy sneQh witntesses
It'. Jonise not giv'ing a (Iefliite ( replv,
It'. Ly~ot wats satilin~ ighet ont withI
its speech(l wvhaen Mr t. Jones' tookt theo
'loot', antd elews eitd Iihnec fort ali ex-'
County Chairman John M. Wise rul
ed hini out of order as lie would be
taking up Mr. Lyon's time. Mr.
Jones insisted on speaking, anyhow,
an( there was considerable disorder.
Mr. Wise, from the stage-''Take
yotir seat, Mr. Joines.'
Mr. Jones paid no attention, and re.
fused, as he said, to be howled down.
(Nobody was howling, however. oily
laughing and cheering at Mr'. Jones
expenVse. Iland callin.g for Lyn.'')
Mayor V. 1. 1ardin stood up1)oni thc
plaft for, anIId with a wave of his lon I
armn commnandedl 'Mr. Jones, to be seat
edl, that order. mi-ght be restoredI. Mir.
Jonies still stood npy), bi,dding. defin111
to tle audience. and insisting kmlj
Mayor H-lardinl called the llieff of
police to take Mir. Jones out; if l
wouwl not hush. Two policemen walk.
C(d up to Mr. Jones, but did not arrest
him, as he had just then took a no
tion to sit (own.
J. Willard Ragsdale 11111de a waril
reply to Mr. . Lookinl st raig
at Mi'. L'oni, ie- said " Mrl. Lyon ask:
von who Will tle g'r1afters vote Ior;
I ask you w%.Io wv'ill lChicco ald the
lid ti-er law-hre.king gang voit
fo?Ithinlk M1r. Lyonl is grafters:
pie.'' Mr. agsdale gave a version
of I his legislativle record, showin.g 1he
good work he hlad done foi' tle people
againlst, oppressive corporationls. Thei
crow(l yelled for Lyon aind Ra'sdale,
-iving strenuous applause to eachl. Mi.
IIagsdale stated that Mr. A. L. Gas
tonl, from Chester, at Imemiberi oi th
investigatinge cominittee, had not tak
en eight I dollars per day as, Mr. Lyon
Mr. Lyon asked Mr. Gaston, as Mr.
RIgs(hale sat down, if lie had ever ex
Pressed nll opinion against some of
tie eommit tee t aking pay during t he
sessionl of the le-islatunrc.
Answer, by Mr. Gaston-" I recog
nlized it as 1 matter of constriltive
right, an(1 I refused to take it.''
In the report of the meeting at
Yuokvilie in, The state yesteiday in
rv.-ari to tle Jones and LyoII in11(e
(lent it is said that Mi'. Jones explainl.
(I tle Chester episode, saying he was
Ilot arri'ested and! was only trying to
explain a mat1ter to Mrl. Lyon and] Mrl.,
I'onl (i( not iimderstand. He says
they are goodI friends.
Attorney General Moody's Motion.
A few years ago, before the Austra
lian ballot system was in use in clec
tion primaries, Attorney General Wil
liam H. Moody, who w-as then a law
yer in Haverhill, ereated no (lnd of
iaiiseieiint, by a remark that was im
Ime(liately turned to a joke and which
has elung to the cabinet member evev
since, accord1iiig to tie Boston Herald.
In those (lays the ''slate'' was us
ually made out before the eaticus of
the party leaders, and in this )aRItieu
anr case Bill Jeffers had been select'd
to preseit (te ''slato' for the IIsseI1
biled voter'ls. I was21 new business for
JefferIls. anud lhe became a trtiftle ner-I
vonis when lhe securedO( the floor. I Ie
had1( a list of inames of thle delegantes in
his hat , which lie held in his hiaid as
he stoo up( tioI( address05 thle chiaiirman.
But, in his ner'vous pl ig'ht, lie semed
unable to r'eadl the names, aind still.
ness5 ri'gnLIed tor' a few moments while
lie end(eavor'ed to gatini conitriol of his
Mr. Moody was standing in the reai
of the 'oom, aiid aftter some time had
been wvasted1 b)y Jeffer's in trying to
gain his power of speech, Mr. Moody
addriessed the chtai', saying, '' M,r.
Chaiirman, I move that the list (of
names in Bill Jeffer's hat be nomi
nated,'' and( it was,~ amid sulpressedl
What Was Really Wanted.
One of the hundreds of thousands of
goiod persons who 'ead the Companion
without subscribing for it wrote re
cently for a copy of the paper con
taining an article on ''Women in New
Zealand.'' No such article could be
found in the files, but a little corr'es
pondence disclosed the fact that the
ar'ticle which lhe really decsir'ed wvas
entitled ''A Paradise for Dumb An
imials.' We doi not pretend to explain
th'e conntl'tion in his mind beCtwecen
the t wo) tit les.
l"vein a man) w~hoi is color blind
kniows when lhe's feeling 1)1lie.
NEWS OF PROSPERITY.
Death of Mrs. Lillian Ruff-The
Sorosis Club-Personal and
VPoS)I'ity, S. C., August 9.-Mise
H NVa'i Wilsi. after very pleasant
staY il ml town, left vedlesday for
c0liun! inl fr-11ii vlert sie will o tc
China (GrOve, N. '.
.Nlesses. Jas. 1). 11nther, (orf)ltuml
bil. .tid ioH ert .utilier. of Atlanta,
( I., 1 r visitinl.-I) t lii. pari ts thlis
iv. NV. A. 1nt1z adi wife, of
SIatvsbttn_'. N. C., are in itown. Pas.
t0r 1.Utz is on his way to the Tennes
see syni%tod niow inl sessiont at St. Tlioimas
church 'nelar Chalpin, S. C.
Mr. aid Mrs. J. M. Counts, of New
berry. have been visiting relatives
in town and vicinity.
Mlisses Lula and Addie Rickard, of
L011n1 IAIXneC, are visitinl" Mlisses Laucy
aiid Lal"age WN'heeler.
We are glad to weli-ine A. T. (Her
ry)I Mayer baick nuain. lHe has been
enjoy- V ei bllree s b f (.exiiitio and
lishling In Sahmla river..
M r. r.. n i II is 1 amn , a1f, At
hmna will re01t,ral 111vilir 11(pille t(iday
vite I vaei' ti spent wit hll Mr. Ilar
i'. 4-41. 14,0 ) .li1s returntledIl f41n
hlis vacain and4 is ''h1me'. ain at
H lwkin's Blss.
Alrs. Lizzie (oinest f'Iof h aria, i:
visiting Iler daludhter. Mirs. E. O
Ars. J. ma. Cemis returnIoed frmo
at ery ejoyable trip to relaives i
I)vpIlty Sheriff Smi ithl , of saluda
was in tow\n omay. hulnting" ull'
witnesses in a S lta shlooting scrape
He has hewil warrants or tlem amn
c1atrie4d his mnil back wit e him.
I?ev. M. . J. Krtphsr hlas beel asI
sistinig M\r. J. . Harmon in a serit
f mneetinS lt St. Mark church, Sa
Ants. Brown (nee Sallie Boient) is
"n a Visit to ier sister tiis weik. MrliS
llr nvilwlp makes the 'oldol
state h(er homie.
Messrs. a teisenhlleimler, of Nortl
Cardolna, anld Virgil sease, of I,illtb
muintait, spent several days wit'i
eir Mlassmate, Jwn. P)at W iise.
Th e sorosisi iat ieeting tomior
ro0W Will vary thle programmec some.
wiat and will hold a debate: Resoi.
ved "''at tIere would bo more haps
piness inh it world if there were ne
education.' Affirmative, Miss Delh
Bowers and .rs. F. is. Sct hug11mpert
Negatkie, rs. C. T. Wyhele and MrIs
J. S. Weieler. History of import.
lint colleges in soliutl Carolina, is
Helagiln. WVe wonder if the proverbia
order will prevail in the descussion ti
M'rs. Kate Bwray, after visitinga h
ratives Sing town, returned to hev
het i h oreal e on sednesday.
Misses reie ank l, fthiel nt
andsMayoHalyinSmer ofa Connhi
thae bneenyl)i visiting Mtvs. the cit
and atendn hrhsevcso u
t,aev abou 24 yla, atme pastori
woil, reachmndrac, Mhrch onllun.
Mray mornin, reAgust 12th, snt 11
herrest to S.hoer sis' Mstn h.e
sohn, laee a Prasperity,is weeks
hMeises A itsee n perfo<m
cumertM arevistin paheir ncle
Mr. J it. Sch~lumrt, e V esia, Ga.,
iss l lieMyaie Rm'umiselha e ta
tribites were many literally coveri
The work of increasing the amot
of subseription for the, new chu
building is held in obeynice dur
the hot weather. Building operatic
are expected to begin early nI
A LADY PASSENGER.
How She Travels in a Sleeping Ca:
New York Mail.
"Tlanlk you, porter. Yes, you n
opuen that 4)tlher window. It's so sti
in iere. It always is in sleeping" el
before they start. Can you get
a fnt 1 1 forgot mine at the last im
ate. Yes, that will do nicely. Tlhi
To newsboy): "No. No magazir
I iever read on tle train, particula
at niglit. I knew a man wlho wi
blind, and they said it wais%)t because
read so much10 while lie was traveli
so 've been afraid to look at a 1hi
sinee excep when I AS perfe<
"Youl nevedni' offervi me anly call
either. I am on a diet. and the Joe
do-ses't allow m anly sweets. I wo
liku sqomfe enI 1.c1lat e pepperi
(lt u. iWait a Iinute, you may g
eill a hl1lt-pound box. I'll eat ie p
pei mit ,'or tlie sake bv my di-est
andl try to for.'et. the 4COolate.''
iTo vondicto-): "Ioti my tieke
I thougyou wanted only lmy .
iroad ticket. Biut I always forgot. 1
know I've travelled so little alo
Now here's my railway ticket, al
wlere (did I put. tle other oe'
thoiu-ht it was inl the same envelo
Dear ite! I wondIler it I've lost it ?4
no. here it -is It looks like that I
prescripti iin tihat I haven't had I
ed Ihat I overlooked it. I wom
wihal I've done witi tlie preseript
now-1 You don't see it any1Vwlere
he floor., do you?'
(ToII porter): 'Whose uit liast.
It hat ! lelon,gs to ilte person iin
upper beitIi'? Oh. dear! I hImpei
a lad., hilih I do feel sorry
aii\ W0oman w1hio has 11) risk IIer
1i one ot' those thi-ngs. A man,
say; vell n1Ow, isn't that a nunisanl
1ei ai.e So apt to snore awfull v lI
and thlien I like to liave the up
berti to spreadI my skirt ail wa
4,ut in. YouI eouldin't possibly .ive 1
anot her berth, co..Id you'
(Too wlmani acer(Iss th ear):' "VI
warm i in here, isn t it 7 Are you ro
all the way to Chicago? Yes. I thou.
so; you reminiid me sometihing..( ol
'hicago woman I met last summer.
"No, youil ido n't look like her ex.
lv, but she hail a suit and a hat soi
thing like yours. Probably they (-e
from theisame place."
"You've never been to Ciiea;
Well, now thait1 's funny; 1eitlher it;
1. I am goin", otit to see my broth
1'.amily. ''ley've wanted nme. to eo
fotir a long t ime,t. liut I diidnu't w
o tauke such a loing tip. 1 dion 't I
my sister-ini-law very much. nnyhov
"' I just dread this night. I nei
sleep a w ink lin a sleeper. dlo you
doni't. like to take all my cloth les
for feari t here'Ilitbe a w reek amn
wioni't. be decent Ily present able, amni
I leave somfe -oif them oni I get
warm that I almost sufflocale.''
" 'Yes, and( then r can 't help woi
in wh lp ini the berth last.
Iors(iIdn'td any goodtown
You 'Il never know, and it 's a "'r
comfort to remember that they ch
ears with compressed air these dai
There's less dhanger of germs and
sorts of things, but11 wheni you en
sleep you know you really can 't h
blorrowinig trouble. Sometimes I th
I might just as well sit upi all ip
1'(1 be quite as com fortable as smo
ering to death behind those aw
(To porter:) '"Yes, you make up
heirth now. D)oni't forget to put
scr'een in (lie wvindow, and there':
blanket, I suppose, and make the 1
with my hiead-now which way is
Oh, yes, with my head to the engi
I never eon like it one wa'y and so
like it thle othieir, dlon't. they'?''
"Ble sure and( put~ the number
p)lainl sight. I have a perfect hoir
of making a mistake and try'ing' to
inito Ithe wvronp- berth. I heard one
1.1r, you won '1 fi u1',e mny l i'
back Io m in th Ile morniine ! Vin Li
lg it's a round trip ticket and I don
want to lose it. Oh, yes, I know, but
mit was afraid we might possibly ehan
ch Conductors before I am up in tih
ng morning, and you might carry it. of
as in your pocket.''
xt (To other woman in dressing room
"Oh. no you are not in my way at a
1 have plenty of rooi it yol have. I
there aly hot water? I might kno
there wasnl't. It 's always S ach a far<
.to mark1< the fauects hot anid vol wh'it
th water is invariably cogl. I anlwa
wash mlly rae in i>l water before pu
ti one ut Idy coplexion r ford bit
su d Io Ilae lo let if to-nigh111
It's ai tuisanet tloo for raih-ond di
y alwais naes ouht look g my an
i (ears o lel thanli yout realN' are."'
ok" D)o you Ilse tha t sin imit e I trie
eit onle, but I don't care for- it. ]
seemed to make mi y skin hard ad dr
s' I like this better than anyt.hing T'
Ily tried Vet. Vonl o tuht to ,-et som
mft (Tr( porter:) "Call melt al, 7, pleasi
he( porter. TholughI I don't expect to cto"
my eyes Pll nighl. But (here are hr<
t i lle woIle 1) ,W0 1( il Ille( eat, a loI if, I doll
e4 tov he (I 'essiig roo1*4lil) a llnd (
d hil I 11 ter will et (iessell ill tfir
I to et. brvaklifast. It tales so l(rI.
I . se i stIil' n aillle'l (11 -terl
u wll havvell o orot Io t is the slree
ist I in I - Ywt ? N'I-. ii 't e'ail Io ill
Why He Paid Her Fare.
Isl New Y(irk Sun.
til- "There is t Womn'lh uop t in the ro
onl i ith. e t litat h ant a he rare,
lie. said ii t conductot to the 1man1 inl II
I- bauk set' "t1llten't I he'place her.
I " Perhaps el t..ive youl a pointer
pe. said thle helpful mlall. ''Pick (1ut 111
)t1 1wollia t il l tl a ll e. T lt is ile ate
ast wrinkle of thie femial sreet r v pi
ate. leadil"n er liiblihol-s Ilew:
paer :li antI 1 '. InI into Ilt(i lit v it
1 ou(t, dtate. lverlyN'body ot yn to tloh.
0is tricks. tllt 110w wuo.illld thlat beats In'
.wa hIas to anti somliethinll. to hi e It
is 1 ruil, so she riddtIles wittli hetg pills.
[lhe PrIesenllY the cond(Ilelor. reportedl
forI. i Tlhat worki. all rigt'' he sai
ifec 'she ownledl up. She( Saidl youi woud
oupaY Ifor her."
\'e!'' sode(I the nuhlu mI
t A'' Vh a ve to do wyit iwt.. '
per ''liEvery' t hinl", apparlenlyN. 'Khe hai
[is, penedil( to look backi and1. Said she klw
myuand4 11ha1 it wouldII he all righ1
Thlere shte is nlow, shiandinl.. up1 a11
1ry 110dded4 at You. Kn)ow her,I?''
ing ''Yes,'' saidl lt(-nn weakily. ''S1
Women Travelers Drop Mrs. and Mis
li- lnti t e last rew ytears woie
nle- whethe ltma-rrietl IIr single, wheit regi
melrdat lthe hoh-ls uisuially wrotv the(.
naies with Itle pr(fix of .\lrs or Mi:
ro' 'k AIa(e customl, however., amT01 o, WOMV
Ive leavellin.g it Itlonie is to place it1an1loi
i' olit' register not oily without Ii
ne prix, bit without spellilng out II
_it. first A met. As a result oft' this ne
ikte f2ad, ttr perhapsil it is ia fashtion, ol
eer at a hitetl uniltess lie is ani 4expeiti
'ff le (te liotel tlterks, whlo kint
it' able4 ti exphiin why this ittw style
so ptrevalent amon)4g thle womtten. TPh
habhit oft dtropping (lie prefix 1s 11
id- dutlged in alt'selber lby (lie commnne
Of' 'ial travelin-r womalun atnd the fema
cir. tourists. Notwadatys ablouit (lie ti
?at wiomen who putt the Mrs. ott a hot,
atn register are' those who ar'e aloiig i
ys. years atid have b)eetn miarriedl a lon
nk Some years ago, says the Kanss
lit, City St ar, ant Autrtorat preaceri inauj
th. turnted the practice of having LI
ful echildrent quote their Sunday Scriptu
al texts as they tdropped their Sunda;
rmy school pennies ini the contributtion ho
a On (lie fir'st Suinday untdetr the ne
a plait a little shaveri came and stai
ied ' 'The Isordl love th a cheer'fud gi ver,
it? and in dtropped his penny. ' 'Chiarii
ne0. shaill cov'er multitude of sins,'' and
me dropped the inext. ''It is mor'e leCss
to g.ivye than to4 re'ccive, '' qte-t1' 1
in third, andii s) (41..
ror41 Juist thlen wvalked lil a little f'tllo
et with44 Sth um ~;ni takle u. remnaniti s
mo1 - a d n i hub1o
I AT JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION.
c Press Party Please and Pass Resolu
el tion-Old Virginia Hospi
) The lress party, while visiting Nor
I folk, passed some resolutions in ap
F preciation of the courtesies extended
v by file inamigement of the James
e town E'xposition. We take pleasure
n in printing.. those resolutions herewith.
s Thy wvre adopted by (lhe Imlembers
- oI, thev party wIlde attending a b.1 anl
I git whIih was liI endered,41 tle Vexll'
. itinists a1 the Pile Beaehl 1lotel.
cd Virginia hospitality is known the
woI'ld over, but the South Carolina
1 IPress association has Iiever had it
t brought more forcibly to mind than
r. ihe treatment accorded them today.
e We believe more than ever in the abil
ity of Virginians. to use the poet's
I, xpressionl. "To speed tle parting
Said welcome the coming guest.
e A gentleman hears lie stamp of
t sutch wherever seen, and a Jamestown
If exposition gend1lianl needs but little
e time to prove tle justice of' the title.
c The South Caroli Press associa
lionl hails heenl reateud like prinees lo
Il day. 1ni (he en trt inmeniilit accorded
e llivie lcs beil of' the highest. degree
of pefectin.lTe comittelle of (lho
.1aiesown exposition Imlade us feel
un11wor1thy l ol' the ateIitions shown us,
1n41 we wish lo put oiurselves onl Ie
coni iofferii.- raliil ackiowledg
Inv it o' fth( saimle. Thl e .111ilaestown
ed Iy the ollicers who arl.f. in ebarge,
an1iid w\e avline noted the fact 1hat tie
11spects 1 o41r siecess Ire g(Ireat, ill
I vliory. crt anIld the scieives should
eve., he prl-ptu ill t ('41 . we wit ish to
say thai tille .1.111lestown exposition
s4 taids ftior someiltii'g higher tha11n
InallY ot hers it has beel our pleasuire
Iu'iniml is to bev (oIaI'lgd
o .1.iteslown does this; historyN. is to ho
Illadl, e ialei--la e t w does
1. this: ml proper appreviation ol' the
d --reat evet it w\islhe.s Ill Ii-per m1lnat
seems t14 have ben ina1g:1arcaled tiln
1. .leal11spiciouls vlelllstillevs.
'T'h)e SIIb CII 'olina'i Press lissoeia
i-. t \i\o wish1)s to exteilo thle 1 II manage
wv mIent ol' the .hu11neslown exposili,.
hearly v Wm)d cheer, and heirty wishes
d fI' sutles: -The ref"ore he it resolvedl,
First.--That tilie tianlks of this as
le SoViaitionl are due. an11d the same aro
hlerehv extenided tI Ihe matinagemeil,
lf the exposition, parti ublirly Io thle
s. genilleen who have Iet us todaly.
w, -ecd.---haI'li I lotiomable A. L.
S Itlin, chief, 11 the1. :-enleral P)ress
r Bilrea., an llonorably U. II. sexion,
ChieI of tihe Dvpatient ()I ons"
sl's c aid special evenlo, Iogether with
(11 1411i-1able Chas. 11. Prall, superinl
I e tenldeint lof' the gromlils IIIId eiginieer
i iinhag1, and lnorlable C. It. Keiley,
chie 4of th. Idar n u .f pre. -a
s menda111tio lof (IIhe2 Soulh I( Caro'linac Pre'ss
i..15asso'clion t hat eachl and4 everyI~ memii
is her'~i o he nespbaper friatern,ity iln
s .Soiuth C'arol'inac aidl and~ abet the
-. Jamiiesto)wn e'xposit ion mi (eery way03 in
e l"ourthl.-Th'lat thle necws c'olumln of
y the ne(wsp)ap)ers ini SouthI Carolina be
sI open to Ithe publicity commit tee of the
ni .JameIstowni explosilin and1 114
glAstly.-Th2lat the niewspaper's, as
mor'e dlirect reprei'sentdt ives of the4
seuitimnent of thle people of a great
state, (1o maintain, and1( lhe same is
.s hereby of'fereud, that the people 4of
.. South Carolina extend hearty greet
e ings to Virginia and good wishes for
-the suCCess of the .Jamestown exposi
wv N. (1. Osteani,
'' J. RI. McGThee,
y Commnit tee fr'omi SouithI Carolina
ni Pre'ss Asso~cation.
('t achn Plausible.
CahlcS1andar'd and Times.
w " 'Wha ci ' s it thle peuot sa1id was.
sorsov's : In of \iorrow'?''