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s t km a candidate tor Congress from
the Third Congressional District, sub
ject to the rules . ot tue D?mocratie ?
A. H. DAHNALL.
I am ? candidate for congress from
the Third Congressional district, sub
ject to the rules of tho Democratic
JNO. A. HORTON.
t< >. um ion ii co myself a candidate for
congress from the Third District. I
will abide the rUIes, regulations and
results of the D?mocratie Primary.
HENRY C. TILLMAN.
I am a candidate for Solicitor of the
Tenth Circuit, subjoct to the rules Of j
the democratic party.
LEON L. RICE.
I li ere!..y announce myself .a candi
dato for'the office of solicitor of the
Tenth Judicial circuit, subject to the
rules and. regulations "of the Demo
; eratic primary.
KURTZ P SMITH.
? '-*'- '_ . . ?
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for solicitor of thc tenth ju
dicial', circuit,- subject to the action ?
of tho Democratic party In tho en
suing primary election. '.,
? J. Rv EARLE.
FOR SUPERVISOR j
.1 hereby announce myself ac a
candidate for the office of Supervisor*)
of Anderson county, snbjcct to thc
rules of tho democratic party.
W. BEEVES CIIAMBLEE.
\ COUNTY TREASURER
. I hereby announce myself a candi
date for . County.. Treasurer, subject
to thc rules of the democratic party.
J. H. CRAIG.
. I hereby announce myself a candi
date for County Treasurer, subject
io the j rules of the democratic party.
J. R. C. GRIFFIN.
? hereby, announce, myself a candi
dato, for County Treasurer, subject j
tc tho rules of tho democratic party.
! . S. A. WRIGHT.
. I.hereby announce. myself a candi
date ?for the office of'Sheriff tur An
dcrsftn, count}, subject to the rqles of
the democratic party.
^ - T. J. MARTIN.
.. ?vf ? _
I;hereby announce myself a candi
date ter Shor'if ot Anderson county,
subject in the rules of the*D?mocratie
W. B. KING.
I I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the office of Sheriff of An
derson county subject to the rules of
the Democratic primary.
. W. O. S. MARRETT.
I hereby announce myself as A can
]' di dato for re-election to tho office of j
Slier iff. subjoct to the rules ox the]
JOE M. H. A8HLEY.
FOR HOUSE'OF REPRESEN
! herebw encounce myself a candi
date for .the Heuse of Representatives
for Anderson, county, subject to-the
rules ot the democratic party.
W. W. SCOTT.
; j r >? ,-, ;;-;-:
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I hereby 'announce, myself a candl
. da?e.?or thc office of Carpnor for Au
U Berson county, subject to the rules, ot
the dcniocraU? party ? It has been my
: faleaSUre to Serve you in this capacity
four years-1008-12. I feel that I am
.' capable, and I heed the office. '
; J. ELVAB BEASLEY.
I hereby announce myself a candl
i date for reelection' to the office, ot j
Coroner for' Anderson county, subjet >
"-' te the? rules of the democratic prl-1
J. G. HARDIN.
I hereby announce myself as ? can-j
dld?to fdr election to tao office of
trouer, 'subject to tho rule? of the
T. E. Pclfrey.
Thousands, upon thousands of wo
.?tcn:. h ave. kidney, and bladder trouble
"and.never suspect it.
'Women's complaints often'prece te
bo nothing also but kidney ;trouble.
: or the ,result of kidnoy or bladder
\. jdls'eiSj'.-'- - J \ :: . ..
. If ihe kidneys ero not tn a healthy
coalition, they may cause <4he ether
organs to become diseased. ,?V?*&
/-Yrjv may suffer a ?real deal with
?V.-p?iA^w?i?'.;li?^ headache, loss of
ambition, nsrvtdsness and may be
despondent and jrrit?hle. V
, D?n'4~ del*y starting treatment. Dr.
KiliBorV Swamp-Iteot, a physician's
prescription, obtained, at any drug
atore, testeree health to the kidneys
and is Just the remedy needed to ovor
o-ate such oohdlUonse.
Ge\ * tuTy-cent or one. doiiir bottle
" immediately from any dru? stete.
However, if yon wiatt first to teat
; ; thia great #re$ufteti^ tend ten conta
ito Dr ; minier ffc'-'Cpv^filBiaMiBii^;
- Y.V for' ?^^pte-.bottle. -^hea writ
lng be sare and mention the Ander
Such Action Does Not Mean
That War Between the Na
tions Will Necessarily Fol
J low, Although lt ls a Step
V ir, Tknt rt;..~~4:
ff III mat un cttiiuiu .
THAT does a "severance of \
diplomatic relations" really
y f mean?
In (lie first place, it docs
not necessarily mean tlint war is to
follow, ont it ls admitted on nil sides
tliat the breaking of such ties doe?
represent a step nearer to actual war
The discontinuance of diplomatic,
ties ras occurred many times In his
tory, hut there ls ^never any visible
signs of what the step means. Of
course there ls always the hasty pnefc
lng of diplomatic luggage, busty fare
wells mid quick departure. Safe con
duct ls always provided for ambassa
dors who have bceu recalled or handed
their passport.-. .
Treaties arc not suspended; commer
cial relations, directly or indirectly, are
Sometimes in cases of thc severance
of such relations the ?onsu's aie sen!
homo also, but this ls not always the
i ftvIO? l>y -n mit tCau mr ? ena _ rh
GENERAL HUGH L. 8COTT, ??HIEF
WILLIAM S, B?N80N, CHIEF Ol
AND THE GUPERDREADNAUGU"
case, as tbeso are not diplomatic offl-1
eera.' but ' commercial representatives.
Communications end; the twp nations
"stop speaking to. each other" in very
much tba samo manner ns.our children
snub their former friends when ! they
pass ou tho streets.
It waa said before the.present crisis
with Germany that snell interests as
car|ug for American archives or Ameri
cans remaining in Ger m an y would be |
Intrusted by the United Slate's to nn
other neutral- Spain, Holland or Swe
den. ' Germany would probably give
her Interests over to her; ?Hy Austria',
and if by chance diplomatic relations
between this countr? und the .dual
monarchy were interrupted Sweden
might be asked to care/ for Teutonic
The vi?6l thing for Germany would
be the midden unload lng by the United
States of tho task-graciously assumed
nt tho outbreak of the war and malu- |
fained with couslderable effort !nud
painstaking enre since then-of;, bun
dling-ot German' Interests In* Great
Britain, Russia, France, Servia und .la
pon. German prlsoiters of war have
b?ue?ted by American supervision. Of
i course thy. United Sta tes won ld have to
relinquish similarly herlconn?etion with
BKtish;'French, Russian,,: Belgian, Sor
i vi?u ami Japanese fntej???Ur Sn Got*
many. Somo other neutral country-r
i pe rhu p's . Argentina-would tah? oypr
the burden. ''-"iWegsttf?
Tho Perilof l^suiag.Wd?.j;
i So much for the. visible, charade
tlc* of a break ii? re?a tions. : They
BO iew, and cbmpstatlvely .iib un?mi-v,
tant as to imply ? certain1 futility. ?
procedure when the object* to be hi
thined sro cont?OTf??. ^Tbete ls, bow?
?Ter, a greater and much more impres*
?Ivo side to the step which would make
Ita causo for gave thought; <t montent,
of apprehension as weil as of genuine
sorrow. It would send thw^|tg!r?
W?rt?'a thrill of o*clte?bent-? e?fafa
?lon of eX?r?taoey-because tb* br?ala
lng of'-diplomatic -t^no^^i^^m
Another attack on unresisting yess?to
Many Times In History Have f
There Been Disputes Which ?
Resulted In Such Ruptures, ?
Only to Be Smoothed Over jg
by the Passing of Time. J
carrying Americans, another sea trag
edy, and tho popular imagination would
see "red." Iteasou-typified lu (lie mo
rality of iuternatiounl Intercourse, ibo
foundation stone of diplomatic ro'a
tionsbli)-would bare failed. The ni
tcrnativo recourse to arms alone would
remnlii, inuUiug tho incidental quarrel
ot a belligerent with a neutral a casu.s
Precedents Out of History.
Many precedents nro available to the
researcher, proving that u severance of
diplomatic relations hus not always
brought on war. Peru and Chile are
today without diplomatic representa
tion ot Santiago and Limn, respective
ly. After the execution - of Emperor
Maximilian, an Austrian archduke, nt
Qucretaro, Mexico, lu 1807, diplomatic
relations with Mexico were broken by
Austria-Hungary and co remained for
moref-than thirty year?. Recently" the
United States and Mexico severed offi
OF STAFF (RIGHT)t ADMIRAL
? NAVAL OPERATIONS (LE^T;,
r TEXAS. .
clal diplomatic, relations, and, while
the. Vera Cruz affair may Impair the
value of the precedent so far aa this
government ls concerned, certainly tho
disconnection by Argentina. Brazil and
Chile and later, by several European
governments of ? diplomatic relations
with any government In Mexico rc
veals how in some cases the action is
simply passive and without bellicose
Would Confiscate Ho Property.
Nb confiscation ol' property, however,
is possible eyen were a state of war
to ensue tts between the United States
and Germany, Vor tho Prussian-Ameri
can treaty of 1S2S specifically provides
for th?""firotecUon. of. private property
in. the event of war: Ships might? bow.
ievcr, bo ronni-; I tiwi ed, though ut the
end of the .war Ihn obligation to return
tbeb to original owners would still
bb olive. ,
Technically the Unload States would
still be hound tb pr?serve her neutral
.hy. -But whether" neutrality would
become tijereifter'.?'benevolent." being,
thereafter converted by circumstances
into open partiality, is something
which may prove ibo 'very ' deterrent
bf hostile br unfriendly ?cts;o??'lue
patt of german submarino command
^Unquestionably tba algn?flenrice of dis;
.'continuing; diplomatic rotations would
be chiefly te?ral.VThat TP?'d be its
;endarlng effect. Th? ?'Vted Btafos
would be id tbd position of having out
law cd a great government ivlth which
throughout ^history she. had been on
terms of peace and amity. Tho'fuudS'
mentar; cause of the withdrawal by
America of.her recognition of tba .ex
istence of n Gorman government tn the
world would be toe latter's aUeged
disregard ot international iaw.aad the
hlgh?r laws of humanity, prerequl.
rites always to interns tiona! morality.
The United States would not recognise
tba Germ?n government as In exist
ence any more than It dirt tho rule ?-f
.ene H oe via and his BO catted govern
ment, ' Diplomatically their status
would--be on a par.
I flashed across co
way to bigger bus
en a new avem
e man you want
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