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Otf VICTORY'S CREST
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crowd of men and boys took their
stand directly in front *bf the stand
and made it very difficult for Judge
Jones to speak; in fact, they were
noisy and somewhat unruly while the
governor was speaking.
Jones Enjoys Himself.
Judge Jones was the one today who
spoke in fine mood and seemed to en
joy himself. Meeting the opposJLMon.be
did spurred htm on, and as each inch
of ground was gained he became more
and more elated. By no means was it
an off-day for Governor Blease, for
ho delivered a telling speech. It was,
true, more rampant, hotter, ss tne
vulgar but expressive term has It, than
any yet delivered. The keynote of the
Governor's address was defiance; he
appeared to have no desire to win any
votes. Rather, hs and hls_supporters
enjoyed a groat Jollification at the ex
pense of the other crowd. At times the
governor waxed a little more vindict
ive and set out several messes of
crow for his enemies to eat.
Governor Blease today received his
first flowers. The gift he acknowledged
gracefully, saying in the course of
his remarks that they were presented
as coming from the majority of the
good ladies of Georgetown. There were
evidently some- who would dispute the
received three magnificent bouquets,
ercelved three magnificent bouquets.
There were more ladies present than
at any previous meeting, and there
were more flowers presented. Also,
there was more applause. The ovation
for Judge Jones at Dillon on Wed
nesday was a tame affair, compared
with the tremendous applause he won
,'Are You a Blease Hani"
County Chairman Li. S. Ehrlch call
ed the meeting to order In the yard
surrounding the Winyah Indigo So
ciety Hall, a temporary platform be
ing used by the* speakers, the first
of whom were Messrs Canslcr, Rich
ards and Whnrton, candidates for rail
road commissioners. At the outset It
became apparent that a few men in
the audience wanted to know whether
or not the candidate Is a Blease man.
"Are you a Blease man?" was asked
I of. Col. Wharton.
I "In the first place I am for Wood
row WllBon for President and John
Wharton *for railroad commissioner,"
replied the speaker. The crowd were
awfully stingy with applause for the
first three speakers; in fact, most of
the noise was in derision.
Mr. Barnard B. Evans presented his
usual argument, reading figures from
the reports?both of the Ansel and
Blease wlnding-up commissions, flnal
jly nsklng the question, "Where is the
money?" He does not accuse anybody
of stealing, but says if the figures
are wrong he Is not responsible.
Applause for Lyon.
Attorney General Lyon was the first
candidate who was received with ap
plause. In a few words he made his
usual disposition of the charges
brought by Mr. Evans and then de
voted some time in telling of his stew
ardship as attorney general. In the
course of his discussion regarding the
corporation tax case. Mr. Lyon paid
the State Supreme Court a glowing,
tribute. The speaker closed amid
hearty applause, and again today he
received a bouquet of flowers.
Mr. Thos. H. Peeples denied that
he was party to a conspiracy \o de
feat the present attorney general or
to effect an allgnmen*. between the
grafters and the honest men of the
state. Mr. Peeples promises that
when he becomes attorney general he
will give the aopolntlvo o<nces at his
disposal to "honest, poor persons"
who need them. The speaker won
loud applause when he said that he
would enforce the law against white
persons teaching In negro schools,
when such a law Is passed and when
he la elected attorney general. Mr.
Peeples closed amid generous hand
clapping and cheers.
Earte'8 Form of Attack.
Senator J. R. Earle gave most of
his time today to an attack upon the
record of Attorney General Lyon. Mr.
Earle at a previous meeting declared
that he had always supported and up
held the present Attorney General. Mr.
Lyon thereafter cited a number of
Senator Earle's votes In regard to the
old State dispensary to show that Just
the reverse was the case. Today Mr.
Earle, in explaining, his votes against
the contentions of Attorney General
Lyon, said that he so voted because
he "did not think 8outh Carolina
ought to pay for bootblacks, shaves
and hotel bills." He said be object
ed to "paying attorneys to do the work
the Attorney General ought to have
done." Farther. Mr. Earle did not want!
to slap in the face Federal Judge
Pritchard by opposing that Court's
effort to get hold of the old dispen
sary funds. In substance, the principal
attacks made today by Mr. Earle are
the same as made by Mr. B. B. Evans
two years ago. Senator Earle aeid
he hoped laier to get all the facts be
fore the people by some means.
"I have tried to ?et these things
fairly before the people," said Air.
Barle, "but the newspapers present
them to suit themselves."
Messrs McLaurln and Carter had
some little trouble In keeping' the
crowd quiet; there were numerous
hurrahs for Jones and Blease. They
presented their claims, however, In
their usual speeches..
Loud Cheers for Blease.
There was loud and continuous
cheering when Governor Oole h.
Bloase was Introduced. Gathered about
the stand were some two hundred
men who were decorated with Blease
streamers, some In the form of bat
bands. "Cole L. Blease" some read,
and the othors bore the single word i
The Governor's first remarks were
devoted to the term Bleaselsm, which,
he Bald, he had not Invented, but
which had made him a bigger man
than he had ever hoped to be. "I had
only hoped to be governor of tho great
State of South Carolina,"' said the
spoaker. "but it was beyond my
fondest dreams that Bleaselsm
should so sweep the State."
Some More Crow.
Paying his respects to his enemies,
the Governor declared that he did not
want them to vote for him; he wasn't
trying to get their votes; that he was
going to beat them and on August
27th they would have to eat the big
gest mess of crow they have ever eat
-"It will be a mess of buzzard," yell
ed out an admirer of the governor,
and the crowd laughed and cheered |
,'Waxing more than ordinarily defi
ant, the governor declared he was notl
addressing himself to the "other side'
for they haven't got sense enough to
take it In." He was particularly proud
of the fact, he said, that he was In
position to appoint* a county superin
tendent of education In Georgetown,
In the person of Mr. J. Walter Doar,
whom, he knew a. certain crowd didn't
like. "Rut." said he, "I was proud
to stick It down them." The governor
nlso referred to his appointment of
J. B. Johnson as sheriff and H. D.
Munnerlyn ns supervisor. In that con
nection he declared: "I never expect
to sign a commission for any man for
a single appointive office unless
know he voted for Cole L. Blease."
The governor took occasion to pay |
some complimentary things about Dr.
Olin Sawyer, who is this year a candi
date for reelection to the house ofl
representatives. Governor Blease told
the people they would make no mis
take in re-electing him, and there fol
lowed generous cheering for Dr. Saw
The State Senate.
Referring to his fight with the State!
Senate, Governor Blease said that
body tried to force htm to "make ap
pointment that they did not have sense]
enough to know I would not appoint.
The trouble Is they were trying to run
the governor's office."
"GrentNGod!'1 sang out a voice neai
the stand, and the crowd set up a yell.
A little later the same voice spoke
thusly: "Great God! You done right.
A Reusing Appeal.
When the governor began his well
known talk in regard to "niggers,'
telling the people what Ideas he held
regarding lynchlngs, his remarks were
punctuated with ^''That's the Idea,
Blease;" "that's hot stuff;" "give It to
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'em;" "damn the niggers," and simi
lar remarks from the audience, and
then there were 'eh, boy," "anyhow,"
"go It, old boy" galore. In fact, the
crowd was fermenting In great style.
The chief of police kept some quiet
when they had too many remarks to
make, for at certain stages there was
danger of thero being three or four
speakers at the same time.
"Jones voted with your nigger An
derson against the separate coach
law," said Governor Blease, and the
crowd broke loose with ear-splitting
yells. "Damn the nigger," shouted a
An Orltorical Climax.
? And following this. Governor Blease
reached the highest oratorical climax
he has attained in the present cam
paign; perhaps the best he has ever
reached. In magnificent voice, with
telling inflections and consummate
gesticulation, he said: "You men of
Georgetown, who have been forced to
suffer negro representation; did you In
the dark days of the 60's pause to
question the constitutionality of your
acts; did you, when the heel of the ne
gro was upon the white man's neck
ask was it legal. No! Like the men
you are, you rose in your might, bal
lot box or no ballot box, constitution
al or unconstitutional, and forever ov
erthrew negro domination in South
Carolina." This precipitated tremeh
douB applause, partly counteracted
however, by laughter following the re
mark of a young man in the audience,
scarcely over 19 years of age, who
yelled out, "I remember It."
While he was criticising Judge
Jones for voting in favor of a divorce
law. one auditor yelled out, "Maybe he
wanted a divorce." i
"No," quickly replied Governor
Blease; "his wife Is a powerful good
woman. I just hate to see the husband
of such a good wife get such a bad
llckln* next August."
On Defeat of Wilson.
The governor again paid his respects
to the Jone3 Corporation Convention,
as he terms it; "that sweet-scented,
sweet-smelling crowd," he dubbed
them today. He charged that the
crowd had packed the club meetings
and the county conventions against
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Some More of These Leak Bargains in
Real Estate, Houses and Lots.
6-room dwelling, good barn and out
building, fronting North Harper St.,
joining lands of tho Watts Mill Co.
Very desirable piece of property. Can
be bought for the cum of $2,000.
102 acres of land, 7-room dwelling,
6-stall barn, joining lands of J. H.
Sullivan, B. M. Burdette, and others,
being the home portion of the Mrs.
Mary Simpson home place, $2250.00.
Terms made as easy as desired.
5-room dwelling and one acre of
land, bound by lands of Andrew Ed
wards, In town of Fountain Inn. Price
116 acres of land. 8-room dwelling,
2 tenant houses, good barn and out
building, bound by lands of J. W. Du
pree, R. J. 8toddnrd. near New Har
mony church, $40.00 per acre.
301-4 acres of land, with 6-room
dwelling, bound by lands of Capt.
Humbert. Dr. Gilkerson and others.
77. One hundred and fifty acres of
land, a beautiful residence, three miles
Bouthwest of Gray Court in half mile
of Dials church. Three tenant houses.
This Is the home of Capt J. R. Hel
lams known as Mountain View. This
Is one of the best of bargains. Come
early if you want thii bargain.
296. Eight room dwelling and four
acres of land in City of Lour ens on
West Main St. This has all modern
Improvements. This also Is a perfect
location and a beautiful dwelling. The
price Is right Here is the chance to
get the very best home cheap. See me
36. Ninety-five acres ot land, near
Rlddell's Old Field School House; six
room dwelling, barn and eat buildings.
Mid way between Gray Court and Lea
ford Station. This Is a fine piece of
property and prices will be made right
424. One hundred and twenty sev
en acres of land In Youngs township,,
bounded by lands of J. M. Gray, W. P.
Harris and school grounds. Has two
buildings. Fine farming land, close to
church. This is a bargain. Will be
sub-divided if not sold as a whole.
Get busy If you deslro to make a pur
62. Three hundred and fifty acres
In Sumter County with five room cot
tage, three tenant houses and good out
buildlngB. Forty acres of fine bottom
land, one hundred and thirty acres in
cultivation. Bounded by lands of Hen
ry White and Press Edwards, in three
miles of Sumter court house. Here is
a bargain. Terms made easy.
107. Fifty acre? of land near Barks
dale Station with four room cottage,
barn and out buildings. Nice location,
in good farming section, convenient
to schools and churches. Look after
118. Eight room dwelling 11-4 acres 129. Slx room c^?.?? w_ a .
of land 3 tenant houses. On East Main out ^m^?Zr ?frty Sne-hun
St., in the City of Laurens. The loca- dreth arri?? nt \ar>? iV, iL
tlon Ib fine and the price is right ^ o^Cross Hltl
Come and see.
88. One hundred and forty four
acres of land in five miles of Laureni
C. H. with six room dwelling, throe
tenant houses, good barn and out
buildings, bounded by lands of J. L.
Neighbors and Charlie Robertson.
This Is a fine farm with a fine loca
tion. Level and productive. See me
for, prices and terms.
12S. One hundred and sixty acres
of land close to New Harmony church
with new seven room dwelling, fine
barn and out buildings, three tenant
houses with good well of water at each
building. Here Is a bargain for the
hustling man. Mid way between Ow
ing* and Fountain Inn.
You will be sur
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93. 250 acres of, land, 2* tenant
houses. 125 acres In cultivation.
Bounded by lands of Wesley and Lee
Madden, Ed Corbett and others. See
me for prices.
I have some beautiful building lots
In the towns of Laurent and Qray
One nice home'for rent In the town
of Gray Court
66. 142 acres, near *)arksdale sta
tion, with dwelMng and tenant house.
Price $1730 per acre. $600 cash and:
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