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Mediators (>o Uuad Si?oothh in Tiu
Work <>i I ntan^iinir
-Niagara Falls, On .. May '1~>.
S:UooLh i roiiress I ward an a*i oeme
on all phases o.' the Mexican probie
' - ticiiH' maHe l?v me mediators ai
the Ameerican nd Mexican delegate
This was stated with emphasis by tl
mediators onigh after a day of co
lerences, principally with the Mexic;
The three South American di
Jomats made it plain that, while eve
aspect of the Mexican situation, bo
internal and in ernaticnal, had be*
laid b fo'e the delegates, 110 form
basis had been reached for the trea
me.:t in any specified order of ti
issues involved, nor i:as the rela.i'
importance 01 the main issues be-,
Tae discussion thus far has bet
general. The mediators have rak<
the positon that they are essen.ial
counselors. They will not sugge
names for ;he provisional presidem
nor will they lecommened any for
of government. From the Mexico
delegates themselves must origina
proposals concerning the internal a
fairs of their country and :hese su
gestions will be transmit.ei by t]
mediators to the American ablegate
Can Show Preference.
The theory under which the inte
nal issues are being broaght in
the discussioa is that the Uni*:<
Stales has a right to say whom
will recognize as provisional pres
dent of 'Mexico and therefore Cc
indicate in advance who will be a
Oa the agrarian problem, too, su:
gestions must originate from tl
Mexican delegates. Thus far tl
question has been whether Mexico
land problem could properly be di
cussed in any in:ernational tribun*
The Mexican delegates regard it ;
a purely internal question. Tl
American delega.es on the other hai
have maintained that, as the lar
question has bred revolution aft
revolution, some programme shou
be considered v/i:h a vew to inftuen
ing a gradual settlement to the que
tion. The purpose of -the America
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delegates, it is saia, is w u
problem so conspicuously before tl
world as an obligation of the futu
provisional government that no ne
administraton could ignore it.
Others >'ot Ignored.
Other aspects of the Mexican que
tions, however, have not been ignore
The relative importance which shou
be attachedMn the parleys to the Tar
pico incident, the personnel of -til
new provisional government and ki]
dred questions incident to the trans
tion to another administration ha"1
> been talked over in detail. No poin
have been decided, but enough of tl
viewpoint of the American and Me:
' ican delegates has been revealed
ihe mediators to warrant them in e:
pressing distinct encouragement ov<
The mediators and the America
delegates alike pay warm tribute
the Mexican delegates. The lat.<
have approached the w:rk of coi:
posing tlie difficulties besetting ihe
couatry from a broad patriotic stan
To Keep Secret.
The conferees have pledged ther
selves to keep their proceedings seen
One reason for :his is the desire of tl
Mexican delegates that various phas
of the discussion, particularly tho
rela ing to the retirement of Huert
znv.? - Kq mi cinf prnrpf p.1 in ^Ylfi
?>ilL>UlU 11 ~ I, UKs JLUiOAAAvv* i+s, w?.
ico City and thus weaken th3 admi
Istration here in nandli::g -:he mi!
. I> TIJDIOXSVIM
Flames Destroyed John JleSwei
Company Store?Loss Very
Timmonsville, May 2G.?The han
some sto-e of lie John McSween c :
pmy with its contents was e tire
j v.. n.iylir tHid 'iirtiniri
OtiSiruyeu uy Hi c cai ij
The fire was discovered at 1:05 o'clot
The fire department fought desperat
ly for three hours, and it seemed
one time that they would be succes
ful, but they were unable .to do mo
than lengthen the time needed f
complete destruction of the beautii
STiicuir^ that has. since its ere tic
been th pride of the tow:i and o
cf the finest stores in eastern Sou
Car.Una. Tee loss is esiaiate.i
$130,000, wi h aben:: ?;"? per cent, i
The business wa* f-uiided i " 1 y
,.r.4 owners lv.e never be:ore I
5sv>rtune of I sing a build:
Ti s concern has built up a tr me
iiovs business and for a short wh
irs customers will be inconvenienc
but to prevent this as much as pos
I One tcaspooufu! cf medicine and U
your own ground feed (cost about 3
?in what they do for your animals an
pounds or" any ready-made stock or
(price 25 cents). There you are!
believe it, try it outi Buy, today, a
Bee Dee STOJ?
lie H Changes feed into tonic?Makes it resal
I 1, II Mil IIIIIHHI .? > I l.l.lf
p. bit' the fi: m opened business by 12
rv'o'clock today with what go:ds are in
tjj ; tae two big warehousts and what
Jn'c,uld b?i gotten from its sore in
t. No doubt a new store will be ereci[le'
ed as soon as ]>ossible. Mayor W.
^-e K. Keith, . he vice president and manager
is away o.. a recreati 11 trip
i to Battle Cre k, Mich.
11 TAKEN FKOM JAIL
in i - KY AHMED ( KOWD
s j Negro Seized by >IoJ? in Abbeville?
- i Slier in Held at Hay.
111 , The Stae.
"e I Abbeville, May 2G.?-Last night ab ut
12 o clock a crowd or' men numbering
B~ frovi T-". u 100 broke into the Abbe10
ville county jail, secured a negro,
's" John Thomas, charged with attemp:>1
assault, carried him two miles out
r" cn the Due West road, operated upon
tCf i niwt V\nr?Lr f/\ Toil
j mill anu e>ciil null uaviv cv-r jun.
i The crowd was so orderly and
I quie: that people living quite close
>1_! to the jail heard not a sound. Sheriff
i Lyon was notified at his home that a
c~ crowd was breaking in the jail. He
fcurreid as fast as he could but found
ihe jail and jail yard full of men when
ie i he arrived. While attempting to enter
3e | the rear door -cf the jail Sheriff Lyon
1 s i was held up by four or five men with
s" rifles and made to stay where lie was
l*-! un.:il all was over.a
j The crime was committed near
ie|H:nea Path ten days ago and the ne1C*
gro admits it. He was told last night
j if he .'old the truth his life would be
; spared; that he must tell who helped
^ him to get away and all about it.
said that he had at empted the
assault but was frightened off by another
negro, who came when the
ie | girl cried out; .that he then went to
j the home of Melvin J. Ashley, where
w he worked, and in the barn. After a
short imc a crowd came but did
not find him.
g_ After dark his father came and
d gave him $4, .telling him to walk on to
Ninety-Six, where he would bring him
n_ more money. Next morning at Ninety-Six
his father brought him $15 and
a_ told him bo go to Gainesville, Fla.
. A?:er he had been in Gainesville a
e few days Sheriff Joe M. Ashley of
t Anderson came and got him and
le brought -him to the Abbeville jail on
J.? i MAYOR ACCUSES HIMSELF
g~i AFTER FINING OTHERS
in,: GatYney Executive Faces Self-Preferr.
t j ed Charge of Automobile Speeder,1
ir i Gaffney. May 26.?Mayer Littlejohn
! had before him yesterday some 20
: citizens charged with violating the
i speed ordinance of the town, and all
n_jwere adjudged guil y and fined from
*:l to $") each, according ':o the gravity
le of t>.e respective offences.
eS The mayor took occasion to have a
se charge docketed against his own pera,
!s:n which will be passed upon by the
x- mayor pro tem.
11- 1V0.HAX TAKES LIFE
Despondent Because of 111 Health,
Mrs. Edna Leopard Commits
L*ii The State.
i Spartanburg, May l'".?TJecomirg
despondent because o' ill health, Mrs.
Edna Leopard, aged 2Z. committed
suicide at her horn.' in Reidsvill Sund
day morning by sh orinz herself in
n- the head wit.; a .3S calibre revolver,
ly S>e leaves a husband, L land Leopard,
tg. and a 7-mon lipoid boy.
;e- ( HILD DIES AT M'KSES HAM)
;s- Sen of >V. C. Smith, o: Clio, Succumbs
re ! to Poison,
'ul; The State.
)ii. Clio. May 27.?Rivaling the J e Mal'
" loy case in he nv;rdn* of two inno'-h
c -it boys, comcs the confession th!?
at !<' eriioor f Mary Edwards. n'irse f r
i- TV. C. Smith, that she on Monday ad
i'>t rod lo t 4- w.uh.'i-ohl > o:
Mr. Smith a : ri y o:' i>.is n w;:h
ad murderous in'ent, from the eft'er: s o;
ns which it died this afternoon, d >spit<
the heroic efforts .i Uk* physician.here.
ile She attempted me two month;:
cd, a?o th1? same deed by placing sonu
si- pois' n in medicine the chi'd w;<s tak
ials ? 25 |i
. . p'-^.Turz M.r -rza n UMtJU! " \
ie in t!i:s case, > \ <
VO pounds 01 | Write f ")ra trial packacrc H
! cents' eq'T.l, f of v> \ ,o stock (S ii
d fowls,?tv.0 iJnb'L 1 N'V Mhl 'iClNr., JJ J
, . also OUI jl PUgf. lllllSifa- #1 i J
pOUitry tonic ted bor k, fully explaining
If you don't itsus.s. Address:
can of? l)cc Stock Medicine
: POULTRY Chattanooga, Tenn.
1V/11,ij 25c. 50c and SI. Der can.
ing bu no suspicion attached to her |
at the time, as it was thought that!
it was placed therein by mistake, but j
her confession this afternoon cleared 1
After her confession to Mr. and j
Mrs. Smith she was tak' n in autcmobile
to the conn y jail at Bennettsville.
An inquest is now in progress
! by the coroner. The girl hails from
Lynchburg and has been here as
nurse for some months.
(iLUIPSE OF THE VISION.
Poem Which Editor Finds "Whole
11 Theory of Education. '
Columbus (Ohio) S ate Journal.
\\\iat a child's eyes sees
Is not the mysteries;
No vision quite so clear
As that which with:ut i'ear
Looks straight at all life has to show,
I And in all eagerness to know
1 Clasps t> ,he spirit of light you:h
All things that are as t-'utth.
?The Bentztown Bard.
These lines contain the whole theory
oi' educa ion. These are the vision,1
I the eagerness o know and the final
' truth. They can not be separated.
| But modern education leaves the child
! standpoint, and takes up with the ,
I aduli standpoin*, and then down gees
i the divide impulse, the sublime faith, I
which is education's first step to de- \
' fend and preserve for the manhood
i and womanhood of the future.
| Thank God 'for this bright frailty -of
! Tie lyric briefnes? of its reckless j
| Thank God f:r all the swift adven-,
The bold uncertainty, the rousing
Thank God for the world is set to such j
That life is such a Droud and crash-!
That no^e, but lifeless things, shall I
be Time's slave, ;
Like the long-dead but never tiring;
j Tha: godlike passion strangely leaps
That youth can not grow old, nor
That even Death is fragile and must
Before the wind of joy, that speeds
?Louis Untermeyer in Challenge.
Solitary Glory. j
Tit Bits. |
First Critic?I understand you saw j
Sribbler's new comedy last night, j
Who played the hero?
Second Cri.ic?i did; 1 sat turougn
the whole thing.
There's No Corn That
"GfcTS-IT" Won't Get
No More Fussing:, Plasters, Salves and
Corn Pains. Trv the New Way. !
look at the way that corn i
comes off!" That's what you'll say!
i when you try wonderful 4}GETS-IT''!
| on that corn you've tried so long to ;
./1ISJL3D ? P-fXjx 'saoiis jnoA ;n0
duinf noj^ sujo^ ssoijj^joj uisp*pj
pry off of your toe. It's easy to apply!
"G-.-ITS-IT*"? ne. 'wo, three, and it's!
done! The corn begins to shrivel,
: away she ..,'oes, surely, absolutely. A
i\ vv drops will Jo it. "G-ETS-iT" iicv-j
t ; - roes red ,i\d raw. Corn !
_ :i:::s 2:0! I: r.. vans t :e end of e ;t- '
*;: - . d - of corns, thf end o: i
S" ' ; -lilt tj 11 *. vVOr.C ull.1 , j
how. :'.ie i-::d of sal-es tint eat ui 11
. r t. ..0 :ro"e "harness" or fusTry
"GE7S-IT," the new, .sure
: w.iy, *er corr..s ;>:id calluses.
is sold '; / all druggists,
. a bottle; or sent direct by E. Law'
?nco & Co?, Clii eases.
' i GETS-IT" is sold in Xew berry by
" vV. G. Mayes and P. E. Way.
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The IKCLine Ut AST fall we
grain and hay ?_J entilT* frilit
machines . , yc
Binders, Reapers national Motor 1 IT
Headers, Mowerj . . _ ,
Rakes, Stackers GOing 3-S mUCil Sb lV>
Hay Loaders 0f nearly three months t
HCOM HACHIK3 days a week, averaging i
Planters, Pickcrs all killdSOI roads. it aj.
C'.aders, Cultivator* I10W as the dav we broil;
SiS sESdm is a money maker as we]
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Use an International M
general line produce much more ecoi
, MtS:*- 1 . Tbesond ures cui aov
Manure Spreaders 18 Simple. The truck IS
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Me r ^rucks express?stake?panel;
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! DANGER AFTER GRIPPE
Lies in Poor Blood, Cough and
Grippe, pleurisy, pneumonia are ;
greatly to be feared at this season.
To prevent grippe from being followed
by either pleurisy or pneumoj
nia, it is important to drive the last
! traces of it out of the system.
Our advice is to take Vinol, our
delicious cod liver and iron prepara|
tion without oil, and get your
strength and vitality back quickly.
! W. W. Lake of Aberdeen, Miss.,
says: Grippe left me weak, run-down
and with a severe cough from which
I suffered for a long time. J tried
different remedies, but nothing seemed
to do me any good until I took
Vinol from which I received great
benefit. My cough is almost entirely
gone and I am strong and well again."
| Try Vinol with the certainty that
i if it does not. benent you we win give
j back your money.
j P. S. For Eczema of Scalp try
! our Saxo Salve. We guarantee it'
GILDER & WEEKS, Druggists,
Xewberry, S. C.
| NOTICE OF FIXAL SETTLE.>rE>"T.
Xoice is hereby given that I will
' make final settlement, as adminis'rator,
:n the estat- of Patrick B. Mitchell
r.no". in the nr bite court for Xewberry
county at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
May 20;h, 1914, and immediatei\
thoreaf er apply f r Ie.:tcrs dismissoory
as such administrator.
All persons naving claims against
. said estate will present them duly at*
tested on or before that date.
T. A. Dominick,
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