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of fir. 31 i".Iuo>il 31iwil* Yl'Vi
lor Disoivsiou ot i)iMTJJTiirii
01 JllStHT. ;
'i he State. (
WalteHbor , July 1'.J.?The shooting ' <
01 Dr. J. H. Mcintosh in Columbia; ,
this morning was used as a direct
example of the disregard for law by
several candidates for State otlices in I <
tae meeting held today. The speak-;>
ers thrilled the audience wita state- j j
ments in favor of strict law enforce- J <
ment and at :ew meetings have such , j
declarations been more warmly re-! !
ceived. A respectful hearing was ;
given all candidates by 40 citizens of <
Clletou county, aiui only once did j <
th?? audience become party to a dfts. j ]
tussion. This was when A. W. Jones
and James A. Summersett, candidates j ;
l'or comptroller general, engaged in; (
a contest o1.' sharp epigrams of a per- J)
sonal nature. A hand primary was r
taken in which Mr. Jones was winner. ! 1
From the point of view of applause j i
Mendel L. Smith, candidate :or gov- (
ernor. wen the day. The audience, i
on the whole, lowever. was undemon- t
strative, but took interest in all 1
statements concerning the race for i
the United States senate. On the vol- i
rme of cheers the audience was anti- c
The meeting was c illed to order at
10:30' o'clock bv D. L. gmith. acting''
county chairman, under a large oak jJ
tree in an open 1 t near the court c
house. The Rev. J. \V. Wolling of- 1
fered prayer. (
Geo?rge W. Fairey, C. D. Fortner, '
Frank W. Shealy, J. H. Wharton and 1
W. I. Witherspoon, candidates for s
railroad commissioner, spoke in the
^ * - l ? I
order named. James uansier uas nuu joined
the party because of sickness. 6
Mr. Witherspocn came out in favor
of the "Jim Crow" law in answer to 1
d challenge of one of bis opponents. 1
He stated that he was not going to J
inject in his race the question as to *
how he stood on the senatorial race. 1
hut that he would be gl/i to give the N
in.'forma:ion in personal conversation.
He felt that this was an issue foreign v
+? f^r railrond commissioner.!
lu mc law ivi ?
Speaks of Shooting.
Andrew J. Bethea, candidate for ^
lieutenant governor, spoke feelingly ^
of the sj.oting :ray in Columbia in
which Dr. Mcintosh was wounded. t
From this he developed a strong at- .
tack on the disregard for law. '.Mr. l
Bethea was given two bouquets.
William M. Hanier also spoke of ,
the s. ooting of Dr. Mcintosh, giving ?
the information that the wound was s
not serious. J. A. Hunrer called at- j
tention to the necessity of educating r
the white people in order to prepare
them against tbe increasing competi- c
tion of the negro. He was given a T
B. Frank Ivelley said that he was in
favor of liberal appropriation to tie !
country schools in prefereL.-e to col- ]
A. G. Brice, candidate for attorney *
general, made his usual attacks on <
the administration o\ Thomas H (
Peeples, who was absent because of c
A. W. Jones, candidate l'or reelecti
n as comptroller general, in reply 1
to the charge of "a1 voritism," said r
Ur.4. tn rin with the L
ma I 11U uau - ? .. _ _
collection of delinquent penalties, but c
tbat it was in the hand of the county 1
auditor. He referred in this matter "
to t'.e cases ih Saluda and Edgefield f
counties. In answer to other charges 1
of James Summersett, he asked his
opponent what he had to do with the c
pardon board and the pardoning of ;
more than "900 buck niggers." He
took a hand primary and many hands '
went up in bis favor, as against only 1
a few for his oppcnentfl He was given
James A. Summersett in rebuttal
charged that Mr. Jones had held the j *
office too long. He said that an'J
equalization b-ard of five as recom- i
mended by Mr. Jones would do a - ly 1
with local representation in the mat- *
ter of taxation.^ At this point Mr.
.Tones objected and the audience enjoyed
the sharp answers and replies
of the rival candidates. J
M. C. Willis read an indorsement c
from Col. Julius E. Cogswell of Charleston.
The part of it follows: "In
view oi the disastrous conditions now i
obtaining in the National Guard un- ,
der its present management the ap- <
palling shortage of serviceable equip- j
ment amounting to over$10,000 and i
the many other shortcomings report- 4
ed by the United States war depart- i
ment, I feel that it is very necessary <
that the people of the State should 1
tvIopo. into this imnortant office somen
one who is competent to bring the j
organized militia back to the stand- ]
ard required by the war department " ;
H" then uv'iit ini;) ih'- conditions of j ! L
lie Colleton county militia, stating j ? ri
hat there wen- err rs in . 1??- pay roll |
jecause <>i' the im-'tficicncy of Con. me
iloore's administration. W. *VV. I ch;
^iooi'e. i!i answer. stated t at I."' was j lie
a> i- ii: !> :'??r t.:c conditions ot in:
militia. :-::t that the charge .should j on
laid at the door of the govern- r, j hiuid
such men as Col. Cogswell, who ; tas
u t* t'nui is 10 uisrupi me j au
uilitia. for political reasons. He j
harmed thai 0. \Y. Babb in his office j Ca
ivas responsible for the n -npay lent | the
)f salary to the Colleton militia. j
Would Hack His Record. , in
WW C. Irby. Jr., candidate for governor,
said that he was willing to
;et up liis political record against! ra<
at of .1 ohn G. Richards, who he jen
said. "helped put the immigration bu-jtiv
can on you." He told jf his fight to j
ieep it av?ay from the State. He took ! ??r
\Ir. Richards to task :'or his changing! uv
attitudes toward the liquor question P?
and for his recent conversion to 1
Blease. Mr. Irby again directed his 1UI
attack 011 the "cotton mill merger'' (
and developed his plan for rural Co
redits. Mr. Irby was liberally ap- lV*s
)lauaed when he concluded.
Richard I. Manning said: "1 have no CU(
egislative programme that will put *n
noney in your pockets except :n- cn
lirectly and that is through the enforcement
and respect for law.'' From ter
Uir. 1?-? >-* "1 - ?*
uv. uv/ ? 1 d i I 2V UL tJJl*"
'orc-ement of law and the judicious
ise of the pardoning power. He *es
igain upheld his advocacy of local ^
)ption compulsory education. He was
?iven a bouquet.
John G. Richards in replv to the "
ittacks directed at him said that it ^
>howed a tacit admission that he was ^
>ne of the leading candidates in the
-ace. He launched into his attack on
^ompulsorv education of anv kind, 1
jffflT* f ril 1 1 T-> rv r\lF r\ 4- 1- ^ T J ~ *
nvi mi vuitti, ac 11 a a uunt: ill
he matter of education and scholarships
in Clemson college.
He made his usual attacks on the
jrimary rules and warned those present
to be certain to enroll by next
Puesda-y. He said that the "nfwspa)er
oligarchy" was partly responsi- m"
)le for the rules. He defended himself
against the charge of "coattail
swinging"' and his statement indors- '
ng Blease for United States senator *
vas greeted with contending cheers
or Smith and Blease. Mr. Richards ^?*
vas given a bouquet. v
Charles Carroll Simms said that the ^
lappiness and success cf the farmers
vere the paramount issue because the a'
armers feed the world. He then
vent 011 to tell of his love for the la- '
coring people, and the human sympa- _
hy in his heart for them. He said
hat they should be protected against
Charles A. Smith spoke on the im- qc
)ortance of the selection of a man as
jovernc r who would conscientiously
;erve the people and see that equal ^ei
ustice is meted out to all the people, ?
egardless of class.
'^Extravagance in government," he r>aid,
"breeds Socialism and lor that of
eason 1 lavor economy in the admin- th
stration of State afiairs.'' in
He told in brief the history ol J
iqu r traffic in this State and hic
)?an to leave to the vote of the peo- ore
ie the question of State-wide prohibition.
He said that the present conlition
of lawlessness in this t'Sate was
iue to the attitude towards the sale
For Good Roads.
Mendel L. Smith told of the plank me
n his platform of "good roads" and c?l
. . . . ... at
Heir value to farmers 111 tne snipUr<
lient of crops. He discussed his at- !
itude toward the education of the
eople, saying that it should not be 1
1 ne by means of a State-wide law,
is it would increase taxes where the ^
)eople could not stand the raise. ! fr
He eulogized the Confederate sol- ^
lier und told of his determination to j
jive them liberal pensions. !
Mr. Smith held up as a glaring eximpie
of disregard of law the shootji
tr c\\ I )t* AToIntr>s;i in fl-oliimhia. ?
'How long, how long," he pleaded
eloquently, "are you going to allow ^
iuch conditions to continue?" He
>raised the juror and the fearless Ge
udgment of the presiding judges in we
rondemning the injudicious use of tae 0Uj
jardoning power and won much ap- : Bu
How do you stand for Senator?" :
isked an auditor.
"1 am not. for Cole. L. Blease,' re- 1
)lied the sj-'-aker, and again the auHence
Mr. Smith was given a bouquet.
"I do not propose to inject factionalism
in this campaign/' said Lowndes
J. Browning, "but are you going to
select as your next governor one who ?
is a Blease coattail swinger? I am
in receipt of a letter," he continued,
'that invites me to attend a caucus
in Columbia to eliminate five candidates.
Thus we are to be subservient 24.
lo capitalized intersts. A capitalistic br;
master is as dangerous to the State fir;
is any political demogogue. My ex- re<
[josure of this elimination plan prob- ]
aljly has removed the slightest hopes
taw ..uu to become your n? xI u;o\lor.
I iin (J. I'linkscales launched imdiately
into his plan "to ve every
ild in Soiun Carolina a chum%."
told ot' the danger of people niovc
from the country io the town in
ier to get education ai'.u repeated
; thorough discuss: n of the advances
of compulsory school attend
'It is time." lie said, '"for South
rolina no longer to be afraid of
? negro, as there is uot a whit a boy
10 will not outstrip the ue^ro boy
the race of lite.
Robert. A. Coper stated that he
is not going to withdraw from the ;
:-e at the request o:" friends as lie 1
tered the race on ins own jnitiae.
'The paramount issue is the en
foment of law." he said, in tell
i of his attitude to the pardoning 1
He sp ke of "blind tiger.s" in Conbia.
3n the question of education, Mr.
oper came out in favor of "pro;ion'"
for school children. He fin- j
led with his usual speech ij advo- J
cy of farm demonstration schools I
each county and his plan of rural
John T. Duncan spoke of the "sysn."
rhe meeting tomorrow will be held
the German Artillery hall in Char- i
ton at 4 o'clock in the afternoon.
COUNTY CAMPAIGN ?
lolly Street?Tuesday, July 28.
^alfacres Mill?Wednesday, July
?eitts Grove?Thursday, July 30. J
J- T-. . 1 T..1 0-?
vit. Fieasam?rriaay, .juiy ol.
Ljongshcres?(Tuesday, August 4.
Williams?Wednesday, August 5.
Talapa?Thursday, August 6.
fVhitmire?'Saturday, August 8, 3 p.
^omaria?Tuesday, August 11.
kittle Mountain?Thursdav, August c
?airview?(Friday, August 14,
foung's Grove?Saturday, August 1
Silverstreet?Tuesday, August IS.
Jtopia?Wednesday, August 19.
dewberry?Saturday, August 22, 10
Villowbrcok Park?Saturday, Au- 1
5t 22, 3 p. m.
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iuralgia, Headache: Jraror
die, Sprains, Bruises, \Jurs : !
irns, Old Sores, Stints of Inse j
c. Antiseptic Anodyne, use: i
nally and externally. JMce ' " i
The annual meeting of t'he citizens
Xewbrv/ school district to hear
' repovt ol' the trustees will be held
the court house Tuesday, July 28t>H, j
L4. ac 10 o'clock a. m. j
*11 persons interested in the schools 1
? urged to be present. c
W. A. McSwain, t
Chairman Board of Trustees. j
POLICY HOLDERS MEETING. 1
rhe policy holders of the Farmers "
itual Insurance association will *
' * i -1.
iet m annual sessxou at ?>ev>ucuj
jrt house on Saturday, August 1,
11 o'clock. All policy holders are
?ed to be present.
R. T. . Hunter, ;
Li. I. Epting, President.
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Springs, E. Tenn. (
Teacher Wanted. t
Par Broad River school district No. t
One that can teach the usual t
anches in rural schools. Must have t
st grade teacher certificate and well ?
commended; seven months school, i
B. M. Suber, J. L. Crooks, c
Secretary Chairman of Board, j i
IP Mm it
I v lvlvll M
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[785 1914 r ??
COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON
South Carolina's Oidest College j
130 h Year begiEs September 25th
En ranee examinations at all the
:ounty seats on Friday, July 3rd, at
? a. m.
Full four year courses lead to the '
1. A. and B. S. degrees. A two-year j
)re-medical course is given.
A free tuition scholarship is assiga- j
td each countty of the State.
Spacious buildings and athle.i'; I
grounds, well equipped laboratc ie<3,
inexcelled library facilities. J
Expenses reasonable. For terms j
md catalogue., address 2
HARRISON RANDOLPH, President j 1
WANTED TEACHER J
For Vaughnville school. Salary $45 j
>er month. Term eight months. Send ! *
L. H. Senn, J
J. 0. Johnson,
Chappells, S. C. j j
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NOTICE OF ELECTION IX BUSH
RIYER DISTRICT XO 43.
Whereas, one-third of the resident
Sectors and a like proportion of the
'esident freeholders of the age of 21
.'ears, of Bush River school district ?
\"o. 43, of the county of New- I
jerry. State of South Carolina, have *
iled a petition with the county board
>f education Of Newberry county,
South Carolina, petitioning and reluesting
that an election be held in
;aid school district on the question of ^?
evying a special. annual tax of two tajnjj
nille to be collected on the property
.ocated in the saH school district. i
Now, therefore, the undersigned, jujy
,'omposing the county beard of eduction
for Newberry county, South
Carolina, do hereby order the board
u trustees of the Bush River school Coun
listrici No. 43. to hold an elec- -oer
ion on the said question of levying a;
wo mill tax to be collected on thej^OTI
property located in the said school j
listric-t which said election sl:all be, vvu
leld at Bush River school house, in j elcto'
;aid school district Xo. 43, on Satur- \ resid<
lay, August S, 1.914, at which said [ years
Section the polls shall be opened at J trict
r a. m. and closed at 4 p. m. The ! berry
ncmbers of the board of trustees of j filed
said school district shall act as man- of Ei
igers of said election. Only such Soutt
electors as reside in said school dis- Quest
;rict and return real or personal schoc
property for taxation, and who exhibit inS a
;heir tax receipts and registration cer- Lu uc
;ificates as required in general elec- th
:ions shall be allowed to vote. Elec- No1
:ors favoring the levying of such tax comp
shall cast a ballot containing the j catioi
vord "Yes" written or printed there- J Carol
)n, and each elector opposed to levy-: of tn
rig such tax shall cast a ballot con-: distri
)U were on
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n do to make
um to your credil
irt today to regu]
ncome. Just a ]
nth will soon g]
vill always be
f sickness or ac
1C if TA7111 li
TT ?iVl V A V TT 111 T
1 interest. Any
swberry, S. C.
I Have some od
>lete dinner sets,
lave about eight
)inner Sets that ]
ifice, and I kn<
jrices will make
)iece Dinner Set $
100 piece Dinner
|>9.f)0. Come at
vantage of this sa
BETTER GOODS f
The House of a
ig the word ^>?o" written or
en under our hands and seal on
Geo. D. Brown,
<S. J. Derrick,
J. S. Wheeler,
ty Board of Education lor Xewry
County, S. C.
CE OF ELECTION IN MONTICELLO
DISTRICT NO. 17.
.ereas. one-third of the resident
*5 arid a like proportion of the
snt freeholders of the age of 21
of Monticello school disNo.
17, of the county of NewStale
of South Carolina, have
a petition with the county Board
iucation of Newberry County,
l Carolina, petitioning and reing
that an election b 'held in said
I district on the question of levycnpr-ifli
annual tax of two mills
collected on the property located
e said school district.
7T, therefore, the undersigned
osing the County Board of Edui
for Newberry County, South
ina, do hereby order the Board
ustees of the Monticello school
ct No. 17, to hold an elec
e of them;
l in some SAFE
larly save some ?
little put aside '.
row into a good
vork for you by
p franks in
M VI HV11U UI
id lines of coml
the prices of which
,one to pieces. I
inn K nnrlrp/l niprp
4VV ?? jr-?[
am going to sacow
i them go. 100
>20,00 now $13.00
Set $15.00 now
once and take ad- A
-OR SAME MONEY
tion on the said question of levying a
two mill tax to be collected on the ?J
property located in the said school dis- ?
trict, which said election shall be held
at Monticello school house, in
said school district ^io. lon rri- ^
day, July 24, 1914, at w^ich said
eleo'.ion the polls shall be opened at
7 a. m, and closed at 4 p. m.. The
members of the board of trustees of
said school district shall ac: as managers
of said election. Only sucii
electors as reside in said school district
and return real or personal /
?roper:y for taxation, and who exhibit
their :ax receipts and registration certificates
as required in general elections
shall be allowed to vote. Elec
tors favoring the levying of such ttax
shall cast a ball'ot containing the
word "Yes" written or printed thereon,
and each elector opposed to levying
such tax shall cast a ballot containing
the word "No" written or printed
Given under our cands and seal on/'"'?*
July 6th, 1914. iS ]
Geo. D. Brown,
S. J. Derrick,
J. S. Wheeler,
County Board of Education for Newberry
County, S. C.