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C*r7';r' I" \V ^ Clje Ctjerato Ctjroraclc "Til Not to Mortal* to Common* Succeed, but We'll do Horn, Bemftioal oue. We'll Doooiiq It" 18 CHERAW. CHESTERFIELD COUNTY. S. C., AUGUST 6, 1914 Number 36 BMW. - Meetings stiuto be held -. ' v;x ' "* ^Following la the itinerary for the Slate campaign: Irille?Thursday, August 6. ey?Friday, August 7. 1?Tuesday, August 11. ans-*?Thursday, August 13. lwood?Friday, August 14. yille?Saturday, August 15. rson?Monday, August 17. alia?Tuesday, August 18.' >ns?Wednesday, August 19. iville?Thursday, August 20. I wing is the intinerary for the rial campaign: ?ettsville?Friday, August 7. ington?Saturday, August 8. ( opville?Monday, August 10. ence?Tuesday, August 11-. >n?Wednesday, August 12. on?Thursday, August 13. irayj?Friday* August 14. jatree?Saturday. August 15. getown?Monday, August 17. Sk's Corner?Tuesday, Aug. 18. ning?Wednesday, August 10. |er?Thursday, August 20. k?Watch For the Chance. Hccessfiil tnan Is uiie who is on Choice Expression* following choice bits_from a H^finp^toan's, (,?) speech. I'll make so sick you will have to hunt fc^v'i>r. Mcintosh" alluding to a < .*t?hyBloiau who has been shot down l>y * midnight assassin with the ie? mark/'You will not bother Co!i< J js^i: ' "tomorrow." "We beat the hound out of you two years ago, and are going ' to beat the dog out of you this year." ."*If Anybody starts something lots yg?T*ifou will be carried out, for we y are here prepared," # Citizens of South Carolina, these ^ ^ . %0re some of the remarks of your f governor, ring his speech ih the I &;>->pperft house in Columbia; and the >: remark shows the governor was r -there with an armed band ready to r ,*ht<Ot the death if occasion del inanded it. What a spectacle for the *?vernor of this proud State to mnk<? , Of mself These remarks sound ? like they were made by one of the ?Vi Mexican chelfs in Mexico, where the people are seml-civllizdfl.?York Map*. 0 . County Campaign Starts Today The first of the series of meetings for county candidates to address the 'people will be held today at Brock's ? , Mill. Tonight the candidates will address the citizens of Cheraw in the i town hall. ;4 , rouowing is tne date and place at .^ftllch they will speak: Patrick?August 7. B* Cheraw?August 6 (at night). B. McBee?August 8. Hfr Jefferson?August 18. M?fcgeland--.AugU8t 19. Hta; Mt. Croghan?August 20. Vy "Ruby?August 20 (at night). HKjf Odom'g Mill?August 21. Ghesterflsld?August 22. '?* . je Gleetrielty In Surgery. ^K*Tv?tectrlci ty aids bloodless surgery by , BKBgttu la ting the blood wherever else- i CHANCE TO CAIN (JLORY, DE- I ?j CLARES PRESIDENT | Mr. Wilson Says United States Owes It to Mankind to Help Rest of Mankind , 6 Washington, August 3.?President Wilson to-day appealed to the people of'the United States to remain calm during the war in Europe. He Declared the United States owes it to mankind to help the rest of the world dur- J ing the present crisis. The President said the United States could gain great and permanent glory p during the prelent trouble, providing no one lost his head. He urged that nothing be done in America to add to the excitement of the world. There is sure to be inconvenience to the flnancial institution of the country, ?he v told cpllers, but added that the Ad- Y ministration is fully prepared to help a in all difficulties. He asked that no w credence be given unconfirmed renorts ^ of a sensational nature. The President declared there was no ^ cause for any serious alarm in the (j United States. The administration is p bending every effort, >he said, towa.d a getting ships to carry, the foodstuffs o and other products of the United a States to all the world and to bring ^ home An^pricans stranded in Europa. r A proclamation, bf neutrality, 51 r. c Wilson said, will be issued as soon as it can be completed by the State v - ' u ' ' . -|J - , J ne 84 Maynard-Rale. t T\ Deposit yoi -IN The Bank ? J CKera^w, STRONGER THAW AM, OTHER BA1 40 compou 0 in savin dopartment. He does not believe there R wi|l be any necessity for Coqgress to w remain in session because of the sit- b nation in Europe. p J< Flattering to Lawyers. tl Francis J. Kilkenny, Chicago Irish- M man who has been the means of sending hundreds of Irish boys and girls back to the green isle for a visit to the old folks, says that in the ancient s Ai?tf /%# ? i- - * A1 vit/ u& v>ui a. lueiv its a bireyi named i u Hell. During a recent sojourn in Cork w he was amused by coming upon the li following notice: to APARTMENTS TO LET IN HELL; P SUImABLE TO LAWYERS. ti "Despite Its name," says Mr. Kll- F kenny, "the place is rather attractive; P but I will agree with the landlord that P as a headquarters for the legal profes- J sion It is not only suitable but appro- 1 Drlate.w \ - . q J I? VESTERN COUNTIES HAVE BEEN VISITED ENATORIAL CANDIDATES MEET AT AIKEN AND EDGE FIELD. 0 TOUR PEE DEE TECTION tourteen More Counties to Hear Aspirants For Seat in the Senate. There were only two meetings of he senatorial candidates the past reek, one being held at Edgefield Wednesday and the other taking place I t Aiken Thureday. Both meetings j 'ere without any particular features, ! ith the exception of the reception f W. P. Pollock at Edgefield and the earing he received __ at the Aiken leeting, together with the enthusiasm isplayed by the adherents of Gov. (lease at Aiken. He was carried in banner bedecked vehicle at ttie head f a procession to the speaker's stand nd received much applause. Senator mith met with a hearty welcome *at :dgefleld and E- P. Jennings i?as givn closest attention both places, lthongh be was heckled considerably t the Aiken mee ing. There, was irftcticallr nothlne new In th? y Rea!tP& Trust I j ur moneys - ( i i .? V oi <uheraw * s. c. . S'KS 15 YDS COUNTY COMBINED I I nded quarterly I gs department peeches of any of the candidates, rith the exception of the statement y Governor Blease that "the newspner reporters hod to lie to hold their >bs, and If they did send in the truth he editors would change It so that It rouro read against him and his o&ntdacy,""or words to that effect. Pollocks Scores Blease. HPVf- * m inn ummiiiK w?? marnea oy stronf | peeches of W. P. PoHock in scoring ho governor's record. Mr. Pollock aid that there were three candidates l the race for the senator-ship who e knew would keep their campaign ledges, but that he could not vouch ?r he governor's keeping his pledge. Ie said that he had violated his ledge to support the nominees of the rlraary whep he refused to appoint . B. Murray as greater but appointed l M. C. OMveroa, who was spoken t as. the. pardon broker of Aiken f ' ^ ivuitt;. nc tiiru me tniiuie 1>I lUv. ? governor to abide the results of the c primary by his not appointing as audi- g tor of Bamberg county H. C. Folk-,- - c who had been nominated by the peo- "c pie. He gave the governor's record c as regards appointments upon his ^ staff and replying to the chief execu- n tire's statement from day to day In e regard to "Haskelites" he cited the v naming by the governor of the son 0 of a Republican unon his staff; of j( the appointment of the governor to c his staff of J. P. Gibson, who ran on the red Republican ticket in 1880 ^ along with negroes, and his appoint- e ment of Janies Sot'lie as a member g( of his staff. He said that whRe hnv? - C( of South Carolina had to march In re- .< lew 'before this "sawed off Dago," ^ and before these men who had before Q been affiliated With Republicans. He aid that the father of one of the p governor's colonels had as a law part- c, ner a negro.. He said that it was a ^ pity that the state troops did not have ^ to go to Mexico, as the sight of the governor with his "little dago colonel" p being taken rare of by the Mexicans t( would have been a glorious one to h many people, but that this treatment jT would be nothing to what the people of this state would do for Rlea^e and ^ for Bleaslsm the t"-enty-flfth of Au- ^ gust. He received much applause and p] calls for a continuance when he had ^ concluded. R, Jenninns Makes Good Speech. tl L. P. Jennings made perhaps one a of the best speeches he has made w during the campaign. He took the record of the governor to task and e< said that his efforts were being made nr. to open the eyes of a good many mis- tl guided people who found themselves p - ~r Co;, Agents - . " lri a class hearted by the cgvprnor p .and in which class there were the blind timers and pamblers. He said he didn't hope to change there peo- ^ pie. but t>nlv wanted to tell the misIT pv.ided people of the "company they were in. He said that the povemor had stated at the Edpefjttld meettnp that lie had saved the state ?92.000 ^ by vetoes. and stated that In this number were the payments which ^ should have heen made for the stenographers in the recent asylum invest!- ^ nation, and the "povernor wanted to ^ close un the en tiro investigation" he ojujco it reflected ".Don him, that ho | ^ had in that investigation cast asper- ' ^ slons nnon the good name of a pure I woman. He cited the Emerson case ' e, at Anderson where the father was i slain in defense of his daughter's hon- I P or and the slayer was pardoned by j ^ the governor after a petition had j p been sent him slimed by four thou- j l and people not to grant the, pardon. 1}J Ills rhetorical questions elicited c much applause and when he conclud- jj ed he was cheered to the echo. Senator Smith Has No Apology. Senator Smith made a C?!l tale speech in favor of his record. He said ] that he had be6n accused of being a j ^ man of hut one idea, and that he had 1 been abused for giving all his time to *r the farmers. He said he had no apol- ^ ogy to make to anyone for giving nil ** of his time towards remedying; con- ** dltions in the agricultural districts of the South. In sneaking of factional- s' ism. he said that he was not trying to array class against class, but that ^ hi* object was to work for that class 01 which Is the foundation to all pros- b perlty, referring to the farmers. He spoke of his activity in aiding the administration at Washington, and his ** efforts in behalf o# the farmers. He told of his work in getting an amend- " ment to the currency bill recently ^ passed by Congress which would aid * the farmer materially. When the Senator took his seat he waa giren deaf- g enlng applause and his friende crowd- ? ed around him to shake his hand. c Bleaeeites Work, Others Sleep. The next speaker was the foyeraor who arrived^ at the stand at the head T m t a procession of his followers. Aiken ounty Is a Blease county, and thoovernor there took a shot at pradially everything and everybody. Ho riticleed the recent Democratic state onvention for passing a set of rnlee -hlch would disfranchise the poor | lan, he said. He said his side, ho>w ver had enrolled while the other side i 'ere asleep, and that ha would win ut In August by 8,000 to 13.000 taasrity. He paid his respects to a cauus which bad been called by the members of the Aiken county delega^ Ion to the recent convention, this aucus to meet in the capital city oon. He said it would be a "rump" onvention and asked the question. Why do they want to eliminate anyody from the governor's raoe. If ther re not whipped?" This was In refrence to the call which was to ettmlate some of the anti-adrolnlstration. andidates so as to centre upon one >an and elect an anti-Blease candlate to the governorship. The govrnor took his usual rap at the newea per men and said that they had > tell a He In their reports In order to old their jobs, and that If they sent 1 an honest report of the meetings was changed In the oltiee by the flitors so as to make It appear that le crowd in the various parts of the tate where meetings had been held ere In favor of his opponents. He aid that everybody could see for lemselves that the Aiken crotrd waa Blease crowd. He was presented ith a gold-headed can given by the Lreet car men who be aaid appreciate i the fact that he did not send ' a tilltary company against them when ley had labor trou >les. He was apLar.ded to the echo when he com business i. leted his speech. Meet at Edgefield. The meeting fit Edgefield Wedneaay was ^distinctly an anti-Blease ;eeting. and few developments out f the ordinary transpired. The govrnor made what is considered a tame peech for him, and In it he referred j J. Wm, Thurmond, paying him com-* ltments. Mr. Thurmond, it will be pmambcred, was the campeJofc lruta* per of Judge Jones, who ran^|pilnst le governor the last time and was efeated. He referred to the appointlents made possible, he said, by the adorsement of Senator Smith. He sakl ae senator did not go out and get a ood farmer for T'nited States marhall, hut instead secured a newspaer man. He criticised the appointlent of F. H. Weston as district at >rney. W\ P. Pollock scored the-gor* rnor and received much applause, i. D. Jennings made his usual attack pon the record of the governor and enator Smith spoke of his record Id ^e senate. The crowd, it is said, wAa Smith crowd. Four Tlmss This Week. The candidates will speak, next 'eek to four audiences, opening; up uesday at Camden. They will speak 1 the Pee Dee section of the state, lere being fourteen more counties to e visited. The campaign is drawing ) a close and each day there is add* 3 Interest to the standing of the re* J pective candidates. Nothing new has developed in the Iclntoeh incident, with the exception r the affidavit of W. R. Richey, rother of R. A. Alchey, convicted of tatutory rape and pardoned pj the overnor. W R. Rlchey made aflldav* b that the el mature of Dr. Mclntoeb ) the recommendation for a pardon , as genuine so far as he knew and J iat It was handed him by Dr. A. B. A Inowlton. who has since died. I* "Been eteerlnsr n norma n rrtnnfaaa ? h? was wound up to turn only on* /an ray, and I am groggy. Ill send the#^ ^ olonel over. By-by." JL "Now, what's stung the boy?" Nora was enjoying herself famou/ W> be men hummed around her UkmjJ ...' m 7 ?