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o her government departments. It
was learned authoritatively that some
of the bluejackets from *hp Dolphin
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WCIH U-Sil^rC Wl/l AbSiSiaiU ? U^maou - :
' C Jpp to ?*t gasoli? e and supplies. All
* ik two la-'.] >d io the supplies. ,
While they \v rr? gi i:e a Mexican o'h- ,
cer approached anO claimed 'he party
I should not have landed where it did
and ordered the two bluejackets froyi
:he whaleboat. wnieh ^-?\v the American
flag. Tviey ?v -re unarmed and ac-j
fcompanied him vo'tintamy.
The other members of the party j
were arrested while on shore. They
all were paraded to the prison, bir '
were intercepted by another Mexican
officer, who marched them back to
the dock, communicated with his superiors
and released them.
The ordering of the bluejackets j
from the boat flying :u-e Stars and
Stripe?, considered technically American
soil, -was regarded bv Rear Admiral
Mayo as requiring an apology,
the punishment of the Mexican officer
and a salute of 21 guns to the colors.
Kalk at Salute.
The first two demands were com
I plied Wim, Dir. Ilie leuerai auiuuti":
ties asked for an extension cf time
as to firing the salute, during which
they consulted the Huerta government
at Mexico City. Meanwhile
Rear Admiral Mayo no.ified Wash- ;
ing:on of his course and received the !
government's approval. Gen. Huerta !
himself never agreed to any salute, j
hut one of 'his undersecretaries did I
make inquiry of the American eml
bassy whether a small saline to the
ft Dolphin wDuld be acceptable. This
B was rejected as insufficien. under navai
practice. The Time limit for the firing
1 cf the salute was extended indefinitely
by Rear Admiral Mayo after comninmVatinn
with Washington, daring
which sharp representations were
made 'to the Huerta government and
:he Atlantic and Pacific fleets were
, dispatched to Mexican waters.
The president 'old those who conferred
witu him that tiere" had been
no notification to the fleet of any proFhibition
against landing where the
bluejackets docked, and, while placing
most emphasis :n the Tampico
incident, he reviewed oti^er offenses,
such as the arrest of an American
orderly carrying mail at Vera Cruz,
the attemp: to exercise censorship
|| * and delay official messages and oth?r
episodes designed to show a s.udied
attempt on t'.ie pa't of the Huerta
government to offend \he United.
A Difference in Opinion.
A man who had always lived in ihc!
? - ?- - * - * f??**.?> o f'nvrnDt* I
Sc'.Ilie IU W II ildU et v isi. ii - iii a luuiivi i
resident and was showing him around
the place. They visited all the pri -
cipal buildings of interest, t'.:e parks, j
"Well," said the f :rmer resident, sar-:
castically, " he :inie was when I could i
have bought t.iis wiole blamed town- i
site for a couple o: hundred dollars,
* ' but, believe me, 1 didn't think it was
worth it." j
"Indeed!" replied the other man, "It!
wouldn': have been if you had bough: \
His First Words.
Lessons were nearly >ver. :'
All the village Sunday shoolmisAress
wanted now to impress upon the j
. village sehol children before they
broke up for the day was the meaning
y-?f fOi-intr otoi>o Kofnro oiirl oftof niPfll^ I
oa ? 1115 ?-.? avt u\.ivi v uuv 4 *** j
Her eyes lit on the vicar's daughter.
"Xow, Alice,v said i'he teacher. "I 1
want you to tell me the first thing j
I your father says when he sits down to
Alic^ spoke up promptly.
"Please, miss.' she answered, "he
says. "Go slow on the bacon, kids, it's ,
a quarter a pound.' *'
Aroused Ensrlish Admiration. I
For the first time on record news
bulletins taken by wireless were recently
displayed on a moving train,
when passengers on an American railroad
were astonished to see the latest
foreign and home dispatches
spread before their eyes as t'hey were
1 being whirled along at 60 miles an i
hour. The Scranton Times sent 2."?0 j
words from the wireless station to the
moving train, the messages dealing
with internal and external affairs. A
few days previously the same railway
company successfully experimented j
with the transmission by wireless of !
running orders to a. train staff.
^ She Got Ahead of Him.
Philadelphia Bulleiin. ?
"Did you tell her when you propos^
ed to her that you were unworthy of j
ber? That always makes a hit with
" I was going to, but she told it to
?why not get the one th
both food and water f
pa i ne au
Never a trace of food flavors The "Bui
of the Automatic is a one-piece, po.eelain
no extra space?uses no extra ice.
You save money in the end by
superior advantages of the Autor
itself in the ice it saves.
SUiVilVIHiK. fit 1
Next Door to National^
On to Tariff
VII IV UUVI1V!
24th ANNUAL R1
MAY 6tb, 7th and 8i!
Greenville to Jacks
Tuesday, May 5, 1
With direct connections at Coll
tanburg, Yorkviile, Rock Hill, Ch
Camden and all intermediate points
Very low round trip fares. Got
rVipnri side trio tickets to all noint;
detail information and beautifully
let, apply to ticket agents, or to \
G. P. A., Columbia, S. C.
International Mo to
The IH C Line * C t AST fall we ha
w^achinbay entire fruit cro
S8^ ' wetp*r* national Motor Truck,
hezcerj. Mowers . . .
Rak?*. Suckers doing as much as two te
H*7 Prewe** ' ?^ nearly three months the tr
COr?N*MACHlNES da>'s a week, averaging aboul
Planters, Pickcr* all kinds of roads. It appear
Eajlu'e Cutters'0 n0W aS we brought i
Shir.! sL-edder* is a money maker as well as ;
p?, slrt^uM. GARLOCK FRUIT FARM
SKJ""" Usa an International Motor'
GENERAL LINE produce much more economic
OiJ and Gas Engines The soljd tires CUt down til
(Oil Tractor* . . , . ,
Manure Spreaders IS Simple. The truck IS eaSJ
Cream Separators Controls the Car. Y Oil Call he
M&ur'Trndu express?stake?panel; the <
Grain Drill# Our International truck ce
FeedGrinden mav mean money to you
Knife Grinders , , , J , - v r J
BaderTwiat and let us send you informat
Internaticnal Harvester Compau
ICO Li) Columbia
Champion Peering BTcCormici KSwatieo
Buying ll oF
.at cools _____
'erfec"y . Mond
r i c L Hsrinfi
i i ucu i i can a iiMi iuv
>nstant circulation Set
Automatic, keeps |
pure and the food
nd appetizing. Thi
> never get mixed.
Water Delicious Ri
It i:i'' water cooler 1 ry 1
lined tube. Takes | vOffiCU
natic. Pays for ? ~
I Three R
Miville ! -1-*
EUNION | Moi
IT . I but?
h, 1914 becoii
t c r I every
t Special own a
ilway I Only
onviile est typ
914 ! . canpu'
imbia from Spar- on you
ester, Lancaster, Collee
in through cars i and ex
)d on all trains. I store
sin Florida. For |
v. rj. ivicuee, a. i
ir Trucks js
.ndled nearly our
?p with an Inter- "On<
the truck readily ' without t
;ams. For a period : *<
uck was on tha road six ; 10
: fortv miles a dav over knnwlpfU
s to be in as good'shape j r
t home. The machine icCllon ii.
i time saver for us. On t
[ CO., Grimes, Iowa." and is the
Truck, and handle your geilCV thi
cally and profitably. j T f vr
e troubles. The motor i ir\C
* to operate?one lever the neare
ive anystvle of body? j ^ r i
:me that best suits your i*ee I
.... i costs.
italogue is full of facts I J
l later. Drop us a card j
ion. j F
y of America ,g=Jj j SOUTHEF
s-c wwi! and tei
ii i i j
ek of April 20tl
lay, Tuesday, Wednesda;
ny Singing and Dancing. Sped?
inery and Electrical Effects
lvcriav FVirlav Safu rA A17
11 17V4M.J J % JL 1UI*J J W M ft VtA V V? J
itter & Weis
y Singing, Talking and Dan<
eels of Licensed Pictures, Changed Dai
\ n ri p:v
ley is convenientit
has its limitati9ns. Wit]
y of it, but lacking th
/ to select clothes whicl
ne you, y6u could spem
V Vlib J
ing garment Jf ^fjMj li^jrj
ian Clothes j\ \ If
:pert service InmJb f=g| -a\
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on?* ~ mfijL * MP %
let in oui
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Lire ana rroiecij
5 of the best reasons why I would not
elephone service," writes a Georgia f
the pleasure it gives my wife and t
%e that while I am away, she has the pi
iat the telephone gives."
- - - ? ? ? ? ?
he farm the telephone dispels ionelm
j means of bringing help in any em
it may arise.
>u haven't a telephone on your farm i
st Bell Telephone Manager or write :
booklet and learn how little this serv
ARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT
IN BELL TELEPHONE /
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i> LODGE DIRECTORY.
* Newbery Camp, No. ?42, W. 0. W?
= [meets every 6ecoud and fourth V?idi
nesday nigbt in Klettuer'ji 'iall, at S
| Puiasfci Lodge, No. 20, I. 0. 0. F.
y * Pulaski Ix)dge, Xo. 20, I. 0. 0. F?.
| meets every Friday night at 8 o'clock
in West End Kail. Visiting brethren
are cordially invited to attend.
Jas. L. Aull,
d Noble Grand,
i W. 3. Peterson,
Newberry Camp, No. 542, W. 0. W., j
= ' meets every second and fourth Mon- I
i day night in Klettner's hall at 8
I. 0. Burton,
, l. H. Campsen,
>mity lodge, So, 8", A. F. IL
Amity Lodge, No. 87, A. F. M., meeia
every first Monday night at 7.30 o'clock
= in Masonic Hall. Visiiing brethren
|y i cordially invited. *
* H. B. Wells,
Ba W. Sarhardt, W. M.
? nor.men of tne ttorla.
??^ Maple Camp, No. 437, W. 0. ^
meets every first and third Wednesday
evening at 7.45 o'clock. Visiting
brethren are corially welcome.
D. D. Darby,
J. A. Derrick, Clerk.
c.c. ' |
T"1 ID rr_iL ~ *T. .14 f n n w
Dergeii lriue, ^u. i. u. & m*
Bergell Tribe? No. 24, Improved Or-*
dor Red Men, meets every Thursday
! night at 8 o'clock in Klettner's Hall.
? | W. G. Peterson,
j 0. Klett. yr, Sachem.
fl | ' Chief of Records.
ihiuiha f. t?. 3L
C j * O-Hrtha Trib<-. \0 :r, I. 0. R. R*
k i Prosperity. S. C. -\ery first and
third Friday ni?ht ir so ciock In Ma
?oulc hall. Visitinsr brethren are wel!
^ 1?* -l
come. ix. xi. uommica,
Prof. J. S. Wheeler, Sachem.
Chief of Record!.
Caoteechef-Councii, >u. 4, D. of P. L
o. b. jr.
\ Cateechee Council, No. 4, D. of P*
<jg\ meets every other Tuesday night at
o'clock p. m., in Klettner'e Hall.
KM Signet Chapter, No. 18, R. A. M.
j4$ Signet Chapter, No. 18, R. A. M.,
m meets every eecond Monday night at
8 o'clock in Masonic Hail.
I Van Smith,
fi ; T. P. Johnson, E. H. P.
Lacota Tribe, I. 0. H. 3L
Lacota trlba, No. 79, I. 0. R. M., J?lapa,
S. C., meeting every other We4'
nesday night at 8 o'clock in Summti
hall. Visaing brethren are welcome.
T. C. Dobbins,
1 , 1
J. Wm. Folk. Sachem.
C^ief of Records.
! dewberry Commandery, No. 6, IL, T.
! Newberry Commandery, No. 6, K. T* /
' meets every third Monday night at I
, o'clock in Masonic Hall.
Fred. H. Dominick,
T. P. Johnson, E. C.
?? Willow Camp, >'o. 694, TV. 0. Yf.
! Willow Camo. No. 694, W. 0. W.,
meets every second and fourth Tues|
day nights in each month at West Eni
| school house.
T. B. Kibler,
^ A. C. Ward,
p f! mr" 1 Clerk. /
M l ?
,j ' Palmetto Camp, Xo. 694, Boys of
f | Woodcraft, meets at Odd Fellow's
hall, West End, every second and
fourth Wednesday night, at 8 o'clock.
G. W. Harrison,
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