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ON TARIFF QUESTION
Senator Simmons Defends Democratic
Measure Against Remarks of Sena*
tor Cumins, who Claims Bill Dis
criminates Against American Farm
Washington, July 19.?Debate on
the tariff bill in the senate began in
earnest today with Chairman Sim
mons, of the finance committee, pro
claiming the new bill a satisfactory
answer to the demand for downward
revision and Senator Cummins, speak
ing from a progressive republican
standpoint, predicting that it would
carry the democratic party to defeat.
Senator Simmons replied to conten
tions that the bll discriminated
against the farmer. Senator Cum
mins asserted that the democrutlc
party had treated the farmer as an
outlaw and vigorously ussalled Presi
dent Wilson for his participation in
framing the bill. This he characteriz
ed as abuse of power that had been
Senator Simmons recounted the
farm products the measure would
place on the free list, such as wheat,]
flour, cattle, sheep, swine, sugar, eggs,(
wool and potatoes, and said:
Every Man Will Benefit.
"Every man, whatever his occupa
tion, will be the beneficiary in some
direction to a greater or less degree
for this general system of reductions.
In this respect the farmer has been
shown special consideration. Prac
tically everything he buys has been
put on the free list or the duties have
been greatly reduced. i
"For his special benellt, cotton bag
ging and ties and materials out of
which sacks for grain, wool, fertilizer, J
etc., are made, wire for fencing and]
bailing purposes, and similar articles
of farm consumption have been put
on the free list. For his special ben
efit plows, shovels, rakes, hoes, mow
ers, reapers, planters and agricultural
mplements of every kind and descrip
tion have been put on the free list.
He will be, in a large degree, the ben
eficiary of free listing of building ma
terials of various kinds, materials
used in construction of roads, school
textbooks, boots and shoes, low grade
blankets, harness, saddles, wagons,
carts, sewing machines and other like
"He will share general benefits from
the reduction of duty on sugar and
its ultimate abolition, and finally, he
will share benefits of the heavy reduc
tions this bill makes n wearing ap
parel of every description, crocker}',
hardware, hardwood and kitchen fur
nishings and utensils."
Chairman Simmons declared the
free list under the present Payne
Aldrich law was the interest of the
"Undoubtedly there will be increas
ed importations under this bill. That
was Intended and provided for in V e
reductions n rates it makes. You
cannot revise the tariff so as to give
relief from present tariff burdens ex
cept by enlarging opportunities for
"Undoubtedly, on the other hand,
there will be increased exportatlons
under this bill. That was also Intend
ed by Its framcrs and is provided for
n such ways as was found possible
"To tllS end It untaxes the things
the farmer employs In making the
products he sells abroad. It untaxes
the raw materials of the fanufac
"In short, It seeks In such ways as
are open to establish upon a broader
basis that spirit of comity on which
international good will rests, to re-1
move hampering restrictions, to
broaden the basis of international
trade, and enable the American pro
ducer to take advantage in greater
measure than .as been possible under
existing tariff conditions, of our great
national opportunity in tin- market
places of the world.
Why Republicans Lost.
Senator Cummins, opening the de
bate, declared that the republican
party lost the confidence of the peo<
plo and "was driven from power
largely because It insisted upon the
maintenance of Import duties, many
of Which were unnecessarily and op
"The democratic party," he assert
ed, "will soon be overtaken with like
disaster, because It Is about to Inflict
upon the country a tariff wheh. with
r?spect to many others, imposes du
ties that are dangorously and de
structively low and which, from end
to end, grievously discriminates
against the west in favor of the east?
that is to say, In favor of the manu
facturer against the farmer.
"The republican craft went down
In the whirlpool of Scylla In 1912. and
its democratic successor 1b steering
straight for the rocks of Charybdls,
where it will go to piece in the stress
Besides pointing out many thingB
that he considered destructive and en
tirely unwarranted In the bill. Sena
tor Cummins criticized the president
for his Influence exerted upon mem
bers of congress concerning the tariff
bill, and influence, he said, "so per
sistent and determined that It became
The senator submitted figures do
signed to show that according to the
democratic view, prices are raised by
the pending bill upon 00 per cent of
the enormous production cast of the
Mississippi river, while It raises the
prices of but 3S) of the lesser produc
tion west of the river.
The senator declared the democrats
had treated the farmer as an outlaw
In making up the bill, that many of the
products of the farm were entitled to
CROSS HILL NEWS |
Oross Hill, July 18.?Miss Bettle
Hill of Spartanburg Is on a visit to
Mrs. Asa Boazman and family.
Mrs. W. A. Scott and son and Mlsu
Eva Tarrant of Mt. Carmcl were the
guest of Misses Eloise and Mary
Brown from Wednesday until Sunday.
Mrs. W. P. Turner entertained her
Sun Beam class Saturday afternoon.
Such a good time was reported.
The delegate of that class to tho
Woman's Missionary Union is: Lydia
Little William Boazman spent his
first day with his grand parents Sun
Rev. J. T. Miller and little son vis
ited Mr. Olin Pitts Saturday night.
Mr. Walter Griffin and Miss Eloise
Brown attended service a! Waterloo
Sunday night going especially to hear
Rev. Hobelt Lee.
Many friends of Dr. SV, P. Turner
will be very surprised to hear of Iiis
approaching marriage. He Is to wed
Miss Virginia Klugh of Greenwood.
A party was given at the "Brown's"
Saturday night complemantary to Miss
Eva Pickens Tarrant of Mt. Carmel.
Those present were: Misses Kittle
Lee Wharton, Ida Mae Crisp of Mount
ville, Estelle and Jessie Turner,
Messrs Hugh Puller, Rroadus Plnson,
Pearlo and Emma Ix>we, Lizzie Rryson.
Martin Uro's (Luther, Guy, Paul and
George,? William Wharton, Claude
Hipp, Walter Griffin and It. W. Uoaz
Mrs. Pitts is in very bad health yet,
we hope she will be well soon though.
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('Itntl?n for Letters of Administration
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
By O. O, Thompson, Probate Judge:
Whereas Pauline Wado made suit
to me, to grant 'ier Letters of Admin
istration of the Estate and effects of
J. M. MdCniicy.
These are therefore, to cite and ad
monish ail and singular the kindred
und creditors of the said J. M. Mc
Carley deceased, that they be and ap
pear before me, in the Court of Pro
bate, to be held at Laurens Court
House. Laurens, S. ('., on the 23rd day
of July, 1913 next, after publication
hereof, at 11 o'clock In the forenoon,
to show cause, if any they have, why
the said Administration should sot bo
Olven under my hand this 8th day of
July Anno Domini 1913,
O. G. Thompson,
T.0-2t J. P. L. C.
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