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LIAR! SAYS JONES.
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in M.?k? iv??pie esrMeti I i .1 to*
*o<i?i K4|uuiit>"?WoaVt <???! Mad
and "Have some of II - Cowatill\
Hem hoien sIknM Me In ihr Hack."
i;i. ( .?im Huilion (m luteie-t
iii.. Hl i? It* at i'l'illii''>; \ I le.
sfegSjettSVltle, .1 in- 11 ?"I m rule
one ??i ib.- tlrst Speech*! in the Ii d
Hhlrt cumnulgn -i I?T?. it. tld goUth
('.irolin.i of BjSSJfg domination, and
only ,i fool and a liar will try to make
i? id?> i??-]it\,' that l favor toe la]
e.ju ?llt\." declared Judge Jones at
the State campaign meeting hero to
day. And thus is answered the
charge brought against him by Gov?
ernor coie L I ? Mtv saadtdate fof
re-eU-etlon whom Judge Jones I? op?
Itecaus?- Judge Jon-.-*. when a
member of the I .?-?isla t u i vdel
Against the "Jim CffaW" law as pro?
posed ?t the sessions of Is.M. ?V.?:.
1893 and M. whleh be claimed yes?
terday were unconstitutional. that
being I'rh.r i.? the Constitutional
Convention of lv?.">. Governor Please
has charged that his OppOSHMl favors
? It Is a lie out of the whole cloth."
?aid Judg.- .lotus At at\"th<r t ine in
I *p?-?M h hi i n d that i?nly i
f.?..i and I liar would try m make
peo p b- believe that he fa vored social
e?,uillt\. and su< h an one Is not even
worthv of the nime of I m m much
less to ?..? ?;.\.-rn..r of South Car
Governor like- w inot present
on the stand while Judire Jones was
speaking, whether or not he was any
w here in th. great < l ow tl that
throng*d th. COU91 hoUM yard ll not
known. Bai during the IfJSSOll Of
'he Governor Jud*e JoggM arose If
hla seat and said: "If you charge m
with favoring social equality It is
maliciously false." h. v?rm?r Please
had Just said: "I never did vote for
s.'< .a' ? <iuallt> !ik.- Ira '.: Jones.
And thus the matter stands upon
this pnrth ular question, whh h w M
mlsed by Governor l'.h i . it Ihshop
vlllr. when he so bitterly arraigned
Judge b at - fof bis v. t. on the Jim
Crow" law. therein ?-harulng that he
favors soelal e<iuallty.
Ar lr d ly 111 0 ? ' said. "1
pall i Idtl g I Im coaches
? . ? ?? * ? .. ? lua'lty."
' . ? ? h. : < * may
bring forth In thai situation cannot
bv lolctotd. bal lot aktltuut of Judge
Jonei today was taken as e\hb'm?
that h? would no longer bandy words
with the ?'.ov.rnor and that he would
If a.' no doubt in the minds of the
p.oj.p. as t,. how he regarded the
In reference to a personal encount?
er ? rnor Please today said that
he <lht not propose to get Into any
difficulty during this campaign. Said
he I do not pfOgOat tO gat mad
and to have some of bis cowardly
benebnon shoot nie In the hack, as
ha< turn Intimated to me but I will
say that if Im e\er gets on RIO I will
help him off."'
' I h i\" beei Aarm d that I had
hatter not say anything about Pussy
r. of Bill * W. J. Thurmond. Judge
\ t aid.
?This Is to certify that Foley's
lb n? v and T.?r Compound does not
< rt.t.n .ny Opeataa any habit form?
ing drugs, or anv Ingredients that
i ubi peaalal] harai its asera fjd
the eon'rary. It* gr? at hi .ling and
- eggjlgSl ejnaHttai mal e U tt real
r.-m. .i f..r coughs, cobls and Irrita?
te M ? f th?- thn it. ehaal and lungs.
Th ? genuine Is In a yellow package.
A?k for Pob \ s Haejay and Tar Com?
pound and ace.pt no substitute.
ggbarl'i i?mif Wore,
IjlVallbT*^ th. n welly tad ei *.no
?tanon thes.. daln?v ornainen* have
strenghter)e,| tb. lr holg OH Mi - gogtl
lar fancy, and gSjeeTVedtj O, Tin
slender gohpn t h ||gg and ?aargllng
pendants make ? ? harm flalsh to cos
laasj of th,. gfairtltgej style. We hav?
r\ ni? ? freag BtoeN al theae in ill tie
d Ifecent sitoaaa gold baael, aex ks.
: i.. t->, at M pit?s a ad mesh bags, aad
f.any t Hint pi.. of Jewelrgi thai
will ronko an id- .1 gift for graduate.
Oaf aptlea] parlor is fitted up cogn
i a . go all our own lafl ??? grind
Ina. (;r du iti oat ?1 ? n la ' h irsjev I??1
u"? fit and gdjrgg your w?Ijia ??s.
W. A. Thompson,
.11 .Mill: \M? Off H l \V
Jones' campaign manager,) beoaui
be had already Ml ed i man In Edge*
V:-. Blease aald that he had been
admonished by it "pretty"
handed woman up at Ihs Governor'*
Mansion*1 not t?- loss his timper <n
gi t nto .1 personal dlHiculty. When
hi w ii Interrupted by Judge Jones,
ihs Qovernot answered: "Pon*t get
mod, "hi pardner, you will gel hotter
ttinn this I efore August."
if the ?Igni nf ths limes nrs cor?
rect then will hi hotter limes before
this , mi Blgn ' i done v Ith.
I ?. islbfy 1,200 persons, mnny ? f
them ladles, gathered In the grove of
ihr ?V iiih,.io oouft houge yard to
hont the spenken today, and they
heard the most tumultuous debatei
that havs been hald thus fnr In the
"i.iar." "thief,*1 "eownrd," "crook.*1
"scoundrel." "Infamous," "innllclous,"
' dirty,*' in livrnant" and stich 1 iKt?
wars some of the choice selections
from ths English language t<> winch
the people were treated, and it must;
be Muted the people did i*??t appear toi
mind, in fact, from some expressions
hairdi the exlgi n< lee of the cases de?
mnnd a little spice of this Kind.
Then ire some who think somebody
in ? ii> .-tart something."
In plain F.nglish. there are a great
n any people who believe that a gen?
nine, good old-time thrashing in cer?
tain quarters would have a Whole
some elf eel on the present
111 lined political situation. Cul
bonoT fVobodj knows ?.r rather Will
undertake to say, but there !? ? lively
demand for ? healthy scrap.
The features of the meeting todny
were ihe great ovation given Attorney
General Lyon, the near precipitation
of a personal dlfllc ilty with one of
his opponents. Ham; id B, Rvanti and
the volley of sh.ds poured into
Governor Blease by his Opponent?
Judge Irs B, Jonen
There could be no successful con?
ti idlctlon to the st itement that Judge
Jones made ? ntoai vlgoroni speech,
the best he nns yel delivered, and
that the audlent were thoroughly In
sympathy with him. He wai received
with great npplnuse while Governor
Blease had none t?? begin with, nnd
his hammering awa) at the record i>f
his opponent brought forth man)
cheers many times. The great fea?
ture ? f his debntf was hll reply tO
BleaeVi social sQunltty i harges and
hU attack Upon the claim that the
Governor makes of being the i.r
MILITIA WANTS ENCAMPMENT.
>onth Carolina Delegation Asked to
Support Hill Carrying Sj>ccia| Ap?
Columbia, June II,?Through the
adjutant general's office, the South
Carolina delegation in Congress is
being asked tu turn its attention to?
ward the passage cf a special bill car
rylng an appropriation f??r encamp?
ment funds for the National Guard
at Anntston, Ala, The president's
veto on the regular army appropria?
tion Will cut off the encampment fund
with numerous other items for the
J. Emlle Harley ol Bnrnwell, cap
tnla ??f Co, v. s c, n. Q., yesterday
wind James i\ Brynea member of
congress from hit district. "Pnllure
ipproprlatlon joint encampments Is
greni dlsappolntmenl to our militia.
ITse your influence in behalf of spe
olnl net.*1 All Ihe other South Caro?
lina congressman were sent similar
When Buying, Buy Only the Best,
< nsfs no More ihn Hives the Best
*H L Blomqulst, Esdalle, Wls.
SSyi his wife considers Foley'l Hon?
ey and Tat Compound the best cough
CUre OH the mark. t. "She ins tried
various kinds but Foley'l gives tho
lest results of all.' glbert's DniM
The band concert on Ihe green wan
h< nd h< ;, htrge numlier of people
and wuj much enjoyed.
?\ir^ Lei , t.,,\, wife et' Wile]
Love, a farmer living near Covena,
Gn?, say i have taken Pole) Ki I
m y Ptits and And Ihom lo he all ym
claim fof them. The) gave no- almosi
Instant relief when my kidneys wen
sluggish ami Inactive, I ran cheerful?
ly recommend them to all sufferer)
from kidney troubles." Hlbert's
I M ill' Stel e.
Pour big iron ben nil lo lie usi d It
tin- < oni t ruction r?f tie i ?iari moni
hotel h i\.? altrai led n great deal o
attention themselves the pasl in
days, The) have also given Ml
Hlaughti i. the foi? m in of the I nlld
nor. a u - .it di .'i of um islni us t
how he ran gi ? thi in In pln< e, Tht
blsj lieams nri ibout thirty feet low
and each one weigh* several Ions,
ttukc* ihe Nation tin \\
The an fttl li-i of in lurk n on
Fourth of July higgi t - humanity
gel over igainst it. honi \er, i ? i
wonderful healing, by Buck'cn's vi
nie i Hal v< <d' tho tin imtta, who Biiffei
ed from buri.s ? uts hrui < Ij
w onnds -a . \ pioi ions, i? i tic ?
hi iler if bolls, ul< ? . ? i< mn i t
Hps' <>r plies 75 cenl t
i > ? ? ? ' oi ?
NEARIN? THE LNO.
( Iii hl N i l.\|. ( OMMI I n J.
JOI IJNs \l ll.K MIN4? Si>.SlOX.
\!l Hilf TcXIlH PlulsIlOtl?\tiW Sitting
i AhlloM gl II?.in-. Mi i: in
C*llU ?"Kt* ol St Un in? in Tu lit' Night
i' I? IlCttt,
Chicago, Jurte 21.?No changed in
the decisions of u.? lie pul :.< ... nu?
tiona! committee hud l-?en mode b>
the credential committee oi the na?
llonal committee when the e? nvention
adjourned nt 12.05 tonight,
All but the Texas contests had beer
disposed of when Ihe committee took
Its recess until 8 o'clock tomorrow
morning. The lest light of ihe Roose
velt fore es will conlre on the SO del?
egates seated from Texas, One tils
trlot in Virginia, the i'.fh. was ?1 .<i
open until morning t' r decision al?
though the committee practical!? had
determined before adjournment to
follow the ruling of the i utlonal
Thu cases decided by the creden?
tials ? mmlttee are as follows:
For Taft; Alabama 16, Arlkona
Arkansas California 2, Florida 12,
Georgia 28, Indiana 12, Kentucky 17
Louisiana 20, MichaIgan ?'?. Washing?
ton 14, Mississippi 18, Oklahoma -.
South Carolina Virginia 18, Mis
lourl ,;. District of Columbia 2,
Aia.-ka l\ Tennessee 8. Total l'<'7.
For Roosevelt! Kentucky l. North
Carolna r-. Missouri v. Total 18,
Other delegates where contests
war*' not reported were declared
seated by a unanimous vote of the
committee, California's two district
delegates were seated by the commit?
tee in ft:4IS o'clock this morning. A
motion to seal the Roosevelt dele?
gates was defeated. 28 to 16. Per?
sonalties and political rancor wen
practically absent, For an hour and
a bail the committee members wear?
ied by mor ? than 20 boms of work,
delated the right of California to
iusttiut for Rooeevell by n Htate
w id. majority, the Taft delegates
elected In the Fourth district.
M.t.iio rut.in mm.
I'd l'.ppcr-on. C olored. Wanted III
WUIIain*btirg for Manslaughter,
Tuesday evening Rural Policeman
Sam Newman arrested Ed Epperson,
i negro who had escaped from the
Wllltamshurg county gang where he
was serving ;? sentence for man?
slaughter, and In BO doing scented a
reward of 1215 which had been of?
fered for the capture of the negro.
A telephone message from Rrogdon
conveyed the Information that a m
jro passed that place who had con
tided to another negro the fact that
he was an escaped convict and that
there was a re ward offered for his
capture. The message u>>* transmit?
ted to Newman, who Immediately lefl
in search of the negro whom he
found without difficulty. Rpperson
gave his name at lirst as Effcrson,
but later admitted that he had
.-scaped from the gang In Wllliams?
burg county ami thai he was wanted
there 11. was taken hack t.. that
place Thursday by Newman.
Tin- New* Prom Egypt.
Egypt. June 19,? Parmwork la
progressing very rapidly,
The Egypt Literar> Hoclety no t at
the Egypt school boas.- on last Fri?
day night. A very Interesting pro?
gram consisting of music, recitations
ami i debate was rendered. The de
i-aie proved to be unusually interest?
Mr. E, i >. Whit., returned from
WofTorU t College reei ntly.
Miss Lucile Flritton lefl Monday
for Ib-ck Mill, where she will attend
the summer school for teachers,
Misses Nonlc Ueddings and Zulu
(Corbett, of Paxvllle, are visiting
fibnds and relatives at this place.
Mr. I.. 11. Whit.- spent the week
end with relatives at llembert,
MISS lad.i Mcl.d spent Saturday
in < 'a linli n.
Mr. I din Whit., ami sister spent
ihe week-end with relatives at Kprlni
Mi- \nnu Holland lefl Saturday
lor the summer sehool at Rock Mill.
Quite a number from this com?
munity are attending the campaign
in llishop> ilh today,
\lr II. m \ \b 1.. o.i. of llembert, Is
a visitor in our community.
.1.1? L Johnson Imlietei' to- Stiiitg
? *b ? igo, .Line ? I .la. k Johnson,
lie Pugilist, ind hi- v Ife, Etta, were
Indli i. .i toda \ b> I he l '< ri< ral ?irand
,1nr> on ib.- charge of smuggling In?
to thi country a * mil diamond
neck la. ,..
ivvuixg mm l oriMiL
Burlington Horte Show b?xp?x*tJ*d to
1*1*0vi* Bigger Succc** Than Ever
I III* TilUI*.
Darlington is preparing t-- hotel a
bigger horse show than ever this
J.uiy 4th and will entertain right
royally the great number of visitors
tvno are expecting attend. There
a ill be more prira s, and more events
than i: year, and hence there will
be mori entries, and also larger
in addition to the horse show, there j
will be a number ol n -es In the af- I
ternoon. which will be fast a>nd fur-]
lous, and will attract a crowd, as the j
race track ol the Pnrl ngton 'Mix ing
Association Is t It - - corporate limits
of the town. i
The ofllclal program of the horse
?hOW follow B
i. Best Stallion, halter red.
Besl <''.ut. undei oae year "f
Best Colt, t\\i> years of age and
?. Besi Colt, thre, years <?f age
Best Mar.- and < 'olt.
6. Best Mule Colt, under two
1 7. Rest Single harness horse.
I \r\\ en by ma n.
8, Besl Pony driven by child.
Best Stngle harness horse
driven by lady.
i". Best saddle horse ridden by
I. Best Double team horses, drlv
?n by man.
12, Best Pony driven hy child.
13, Best double team horses,
driven by lady.
it. Best Combination horse or
mare driven and ridden by man or
woman, harnessed first,
IS. Best Double team mules,
in. Besl single harness horse,
17. Best Stallion in harness.
c>. Rest Single harness mule.
l!?. All horses that won ribbons in
single harness entitled t<? show f^r
Come to Darlington and spend the
Ends Hunt For Ha h Girl,
Often the hunt for ;i rich wir?- end
when the man meetn ti woman that
uses Electric Hitters. Her strong
nerves tell In a bright brain and even
temper. Her peach-bloom complex?
ion and ruhr ||pi result from her pur
blood; her bright eyes from restful
deep; her elanttc step from firm, frei
muscles, :?11 telling of the health ind
strength Electric Bitters give a wo?
man, and the freedom from Indiges?
tion, backache, fainting und diszy
ipells they promote. Everywhere
they are woman's favorite remedy,
if weak or ailing try them. 50c at
Sibert's Drug store.
The Item has received cotton
blooms from Mr. W. J. Stafford, one
of which was found on the farm ran
by Phillip Brown, colored, one of Mr.
Stafford's share-croppers, and was
? ?pen on the lMh. One of the blooms
was found on Mr. Stafford's place
and a third bloom was found two
days latter on nnother share-crop
Helped to Ko? p Down K\|H?n**cs.
"Mrs J, E. Henry. Akron, Mich,
tells how she did so: "I w;is bother?
ed with my kidm-ys and had to go
nearly double. I tried n simple of
Foley Kidney Pill* nnd they did me
10 muh good thai I bought a bot?
tle and feel that ihey saved me h
big doctor's bill." Sibert's Drug
Insure your Horses. Mules Hid
Cattle from death from any cause,
m the Standard Live Stock Insurants
W. A. Brown,
At the Old, Reliable Clothing Stor-1
of tiu" I?. .t. i 'handler ('lothlng (V?.
Phone 166. :i '30- I taw
Anyone wending * wkotrh lu'ci rtenrrintlon n
quli icy uncertain < a opinion tree whether na
nveotioti >': prohnbly pHlentablo. fotnnuinli n
I in mrictlrconti lout nil. HAN0B00K "" l*nients
pout ii,',*. oldest nia'iit \ for m iHirmu pMc i
pitientfl lukeii tlirouKli llunii \ Co. reoulvs
f>l >. t il n 7m , Sil liout eli.tr?. e. ai tho
a hnnd innely lllnntratod weekly, I nre I r
eitlntloii of i?ny i" leutuic Journal. Term ^ "i
.. r; four luunthn,' i. ?oiU by all new?U< ilern.
NIUNN f CrI? ?" ? " m New York
\\ UfthlDtftUII, l> \ .
Keep the Lice Going
Vou can easily rid your poultry ot all Uce und mites if
you use PRATTS POWDERED LICE HILLER. It's
sure death to all vermin and valuable .ts a germicide and
deodorant, j^c and :;>c.
For Sals by all First Class Dealers. Retjse ill Substitutes.
1912 Mniai'U- and Poultry Boot !'????.
\TftlLKTiC's mrivr pntvtis
('mud >:t\\ CaOOfl (alllilt* l'ridav at
l'>a??haii ParkA-Bnttlng of Hogun
atwt Patch by Viinnauiake? iVa
After i'? ing defeated on their first
time out. the Athletics came out for
hlor-d Friday and it was :a*- Pirates
who came off with tin- short end of a
t< i score in a hard fought game.
The Pirates g"t off for .? good lead
vvhfn by bunching hits und errors in
thi first inning, they scored 3 runs.
After this Haynswortb settled down,
let tin* "Buccaneers" tally only once
more, In the nfth. The Athletics
jumped ahead In tho fourth, with four
runs but the score a'as tied in the
next inning. Thi game remained
thus until the soventh, when Hayns
[worth \\'?n his own game with a long
two>base Irive to left, scoring the
man "ii third*
Doth pitchers worked well? except
in one Inning each. Thomas, how*
ever wus inclined to u'tldness, walk?
ing no lese than six men. This was
the first game in the box, so it was
excusable. Hayns worth struck out
eight, getting Captain Phelpa in the
lirst inning with bases drunk. Mar?
shall whiffed three times si did Hrun
son. S/ho Succeeded Captain Phelps
at second after the latter was hurt.
Among the f?atur?s was a catch
by Nunnamaker in left of I long fly
h luitlie, and the pegging of Hogan.
Both teams Aelded weil.
I The ?o xt ?rame will be ?.n Tuesday
i between the Athletics and Dodgers.
This game means much to both
teams, so he there.
The SCOTS was 4 and a in favor of
SUMTER GOING FORWARD.
That Blunter Ig making substantial prcgress i-s abundantly evidenced by
the following facts:
(1) Tne Seaboard Air Line is heing graded to within one mile of city.
(2) The pipes of the new Gas plant are being laid throughout the city.
(3) Two new Bank and Office buildings are being constructed.
(4) New Hotel of one hundred rooms heing erected.
(5) Six new Stores going up on Main treet.
(g) Handsome new buildings being erected by Methodist and Jewish
(7) Several handsome Hrick Residences being erected, in addition to a
number of smaller dwellings throughout the city.
Investments in real estate made with judgment, in a growing city are
the surest and most profitable investments to be had. We are offering
some good propositions in business property. Write for list of offerings.
T MBER LAND
R. B. Belser Co. *HtWKF
261-2N.Main St. ,?1 AI ESTATE dealers. Sumter, S. C.
Jt. b. belser. ernest field.
Announces that he has secured the services of Mr. J.
K. Wilson, of Columbia, Tenn., an experienced fur?
niture man and funeral director and embalmer, and is
better prepared than ever to serve you day or night.
We solicit your patronage, and appreciate same.
George H. Hurst,
202 N MAIN STREET
j Day Phone 539
Night Phone 201
i THE FAMOUS "OLDS" GASOLINE ENGINES
Made by Seager Engine Works, Lansing, Mich.
l orn Machinery. Cecil Grind
Sawing Itiii-. Spray ltiy>.
Electric Light and Water
Pumping Plant*. Hoists
/ cream Separators.
St'MTER KY. ,V Mil l si l?
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
has provided the schedules and rate-, beginning Saturday, June
1st, to rout in lie during the season.
Eor all train* ol Saturday and m oriiing trains ol Sunday, limitctl
to return until Tiu?mIu> mid-nlglil following.
I or all) in I "i mat ion. ? all oll,
t ? . WHITE, liencral I' i - en cr
\^? m. \\ do.or loll, V. ?
? I > PLAYER
I . kcl luvttt.