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F?? S?LE-One second, li and $4 JW
laster plano, in flat ?lkfta condition
at a, bargain - Willis ft Spearman,
Music House, Bleckiey Bldg., An
derdon, s. c,
A^isBBSblie for hale-G passenger
Firestone car-almost as good aa
nqw. Is for quick sal? on essy
iatlng,-Address, "Auto" care ot Th?
i. ,?>,.,;,>;,. ..
For.jsele- While Indian Runner Duck
.fla at $1.60 per thirteen. Patten
Strain. Wnners at Madison Square
0*k Orov Farm,
3-31-8? Anderson, 8. C.
WAliT?D-The ladies td know that I
I -rhhV? the best curtin* fluid that I
e?tf te bought. On sale at Martin's I
.ffral ?tore or Garvin Barber Shop.
. HMLH.00 per bottle. D. C. Garvin
W* hare t/ver 200 new rebuilt and
ti?bosd hand typewriters for quick
tt?i?,' 'trhesp. AH ? makes. Price
Miles:, on request J. E. Criytoa &
06.? ?harlotte, N. c.
^.MV. ? ? -mt-tt
Tf????EfV-Fet?iale dog with puppies
. M? hirer. 6 days old, any breed.
swlMW Md or address X care ot In
1 fi;-Jj SMITH, of Sew Tort City
fiXPfeftt PlANOFOHTK TUNER AND
ot musical Instruments re*
t going/to the Factory,
of factory wodh.
et WILLIS . $
Aasersoh* S. f.
? li hcreby.glven that the next
pla? teachers' examination will he
May 1. at the court
inderson. AU teachers
teachers teaching here
i from other codmic*
to he present and stand
lon. The exam! hsUor.
on subjects ordinarily
' examination ant
f at 0 o'clock,
J. B. FELTON; -
ucstion for Anderson Co.1
OP FINAL SETTLEMENT.
holding claims against'
*** Towns; deceased,
to present them
m. and nial ail
to said esatte will
~. JsKaleh gSv? that'I will on'
ISM, at li o'clock a m., ap- ;
to*.BO probate judge of Anderson1
" l^toal a settlement of said
s:. "SLL?EB. TOWrJ?; '
toM&Phmt*.&*il ct the tatted
sime ai Sonia Csxoiisa.
ter of Rb . T. Company;
atton. Bankrupt. i
To tte Creditors of R. L. T. Cottfltif?.
bf AbdfrfiOB in the County of An
dersen,: and District aforesaid, a
mM1****** her?* aiVdn ?ist on the
t# day et March, A. !>., IsU, the
asm ic. -ti, T. company was duly ad
judicate* bankrupt* and that the first
toasting of his creditors wlUbe hold
in the o?ce bf the referee In Anders?
S. C., oft .the-lath day of April- A.
1914, ct ll o'clock In tho forenoon,
which >feb> ttW-eredWIN^ri* "
prove their, claims appoint a '?
examine th? officers' or ssw titoktubt,
?nd transact such oth** business ss'
may property come before sal*1 meet;
Marchi ?n'T " *" "i
A sack of om* 8-4-4 os youf lawn
...111 lr-, - ---?-" I? -_-J_'-tili f
6'?? trill linly uvc u >vuitut;i limy.
lt will jive the leaves on i
your frees aa. additional luster. ;
This wil, please any Civic- AasoJ
DR. OUK SAWYER
.-V- i . -. j? * *? .... ?
Dr. Sawyer Has Declined Po??>
lion al Asylum and May Steer
A Georgetown special to the News
and Courier says: .
I Stat? Senator, ex-United States Sen
ator and Candidate for Governor John
L. Mr Lau ri n caine to Georgetown on
I Saturday and rested over Svfnday-aad
went away Monday afternoon on .tlie
I Marton branch of the Georgetown &
Western lU'lway, w'.ilch affords a cir
cuitous route to Bf nnettavilie and Co
lli in ola.
fairing hts stay here he waa the
gunt nt Hon, Walter H.; An draway ma- j
ger of the Georgetown" Tfc ^We'sre'rfH
ger of the eOorgetowb & Western
railroad. Mr. McLaurin was looking
in the pink of condition and auld that
the felt flt for the campaign.
While here'Mr. McLaurin was In
[consultation with net Only Mayor
Andrews, but also with Dr. Olm Saw
yer, who was recently mentioned in
the newspapers as the Blease candi- I
dst? for governor. Since that tithe Dr1.
Sawyer has been mentioned aa the
probable successor to Dr. Babcock a?
superintendent of the State asylum/
and most recently as superintendent'
of the Park Place branch ot the State
I sanitarium and as a candidate for cob- 1
i There 1B a report current that Mr. '
? McLaurin came tb Georgetown to in -j
vite Dr. Sawyer to accept tba man- j
agement of bis pauipslgn., WludJ^er
thu ls correct, cannot be termed. ?H
is known that Dr; Sawyer is an exMK li
tionaliy shrewd ' prtcttratikwlltUr?^'*
and that he stands in close relation- ,
ship to Governor Blesse. Assuming '
that McLourlb ls the Blease tandi- -.',
date it 1? not difficult to place two and
two together abd figuro but that there .
ls i??nethlns lo the junior. ,.: '
>d /i? 7?o -Tr-t^i, - y \ ?v,i
o doo oooo o oooo
o PERSONALS. o
0600 ? bp oo obo o
Charles Rose, Jr., of Charleston, has,)
bean spendint a few ??j&t? the nltjfj
, H; J. Bomar ct SpartanbUtg was*offb-|
pf the visitors to th* city yesterday.
Carl K. Parrish charleston wea
tn the city yesterd* tor a few hour*
I* T^XJrfJfvW oS?AtDwood?, waa rea-', :
istered ki tho Chlquola^ hotel ytjsjjrr-ft
J. H. Cox, of Hoaea Path, was one 11
of the business visitors to the etty
W. J. Vend?tes of Hopewell; wj?haj?
Anderson yesterday on business, w* fl
was in Anderson yesterday on basl- 11
l^s-vA. ? trt r' 'Qv
J.. E. Garvin of Pendleton was tn the
city yesterday for a few hours.
B. Y. Wright of Bslton, was ? bu?-1 <
fbess "visitor to th* ???y ^e?,'?r-i?y ll
J. J. Martin of tho- Rock Mills sec- |?
iion Bpent part of yesterday in .the
Prof. R. A. Abrams of Starr waa in'.
the city yesterday for a few hours. U
J. .t. Smith of Savannah township
among those, lp the fclty yester
'*?.' F\ F^ed qf the Vsrennes eectlod.
Was In the city yesterday.
u. ii. Dii?n of-Seneca spent a few
hours in. Andreaon yesterday.
iwrs. H. sr: Frankfort of Valdostar *
Gagnent a few nobra l? vhe cky .yes- j
(t% C. Hammond of Hock Hill te In
tho city for a few day? on b\i?ii??? "
i W. M?Hau ot Greenwood, spent
^^?May tn the city, stopping at the 1
Cntquola hotel. ]
kt?b>n:-buBt?^ that' section*. 1
miliar In Anita?i-xu?> ..^.???jl??^ : .1
JfcC Duckworth of WltitAmeton was ll
Spr Olmeitb spend the dag la ?tefl
city. ?. li
A. n. C6ol?y: of Charlotte, spent yes- .
fefday; fa-xae yity on bs^nasa* | ?
M. A. McGee of the Loh? Branch J
?pent yesterday ip, the city. j
AV W. Plckenr^V1?sl?y Waa one *
of the visitors in the etty yesterday. ,
a^w^^r^raj^thl? tS?y yeat?Way?' j
.*i^*^4**p*-*?wl **. Etpernon of?Iv?, '
H. p. McDaniel and W. C. Bur: ' *
SL Anderson of Newberry waa ia ]
the etty, yesterday, a guest ot-eSe-Chl- <
lu the etty yesterday, a geest at the ,<
In Tolls Debate
RepiiLca? lauder Munn told thc
ouse that three Instructions were in
volved in u rep.->al of (ha ruuama tun?
Ights upon from treaty cor.striict'on,
xeiuption, thc treaty rights, in?...?!
|and the economic policy Involved. Th
onoml ' question might he changed
|at any time, he. ?aid, but u de cision of
resty rig tts must be a lasting ono.
maintained that construction of
he Hay-Pauucefote treaty compelled
the United Kt atea to charge tie sallie
?tolls tn its own ships of those of Pan
ama aa were levied on thon? of tue
"A fbeaMltfif -dr j th-* rules to be om
erved by the nations to receive aqua.}
(treatment/* He said, "plainly dlaclossd
tliat t!i ) af- not applicable to t ie
CnUed i;:ut< ? or Panama.
'.Kttg.lafld'^ attempt to secur9 ber*
construction of the treaty ai thin time
IK net for Its pres*at effect. It is for
?the lorfig distant future. If we con
strue the treaty according to English
claims, it |H kara to risc and embar
rass Us whenever we- have war willi
thar countries! "War ls hot desirable,
but it la inorltable. We cannot al
(ways maintain peace.
..If wo ?grec now to the English
?construction, it is certain that in th )
?'u?? . H'III, we have a war with Ja
nian or China, or some other country,
Kiuestlohn will arise in reference to
Ith cir ur.e^nnd oui" use of the cenal,
lospcelull BS to use of war vessels and
!n tWot til.. 1 or fltress we will ba Biet
?th the Co.itentlon of England, pros
Inhf alfy of Japan, or by some other
country, tft?it we have already con
trueri that treaty in such a way that
?wp cannot protect the canal without j.
?bribginfe a proust from England or)
Ether, countries Which will, embarrass I
|uc. If not-defeat OB. In the War/ * ff
"I wdht lo treat England falrty.
lout 1 believe under tho conditions of
he treaty v/e havo the right to do ns
please In iba matter, and that it
A nu unfriendly act ot England now.
?at, th lo. lalo. date, to Jbajst upon any
lither ?onWucil?n.^.S !- v
Speaker - Clark, closing debate
?inst the repeal, disappointed tho:-';
ho:<fspected Idm' id/attack President
ison;' He dlBol?imed anv personal
Bssue <wlth the President, declared he
?jelhved, Mr.' Wilson was actuated by
the highest patriotic motive, abd tliat
?here was no breach In the d?mocrat
ie party.- He argued at length against
the president's contention and d?clar
ai ?UM mc aiiin-r.-..^, r?TQT?"i - f
pr, jafcdetit tor ?a repeal, like the peace
it 'QoS, nasseth dfi understanding."
Te added that If the president had
?asons which.aro not utterly unten
bleuend which Compel him td biak?
ils request," he *??<..' Bet given them to
?be house He differed with the prc?f
ient'3 statement thal toll exem^tlou
Vas A mietakeb economic policy, but
titted disput? oh that point, propos
es* the exemption; be suspended
Mm. .yeartt : H*y, contended. ; ?haA the t
president was mistaken In view that
the exemption was . r?pugn?t to the
"Wfe w?nt war with no nation,"
laid the speaker; "but rather than sur
render ou* .right' to eomplete SOY-T
aignty oyet s>a>y squ?xe foot u$J6u*
liU?r' ?t:il0-llottito-'dem?crata who
l*d the president's fight for thc toll
iscmption repeal. Referring to pub
ic declarations that his opposition to
he president was the opening gun
>f his fight for the domination In 1910,
he speaker said that he had told all
whom hehad' bpoken about ? the
181? B?t??*^52. that If the president's
idmmlstration was a success, Mr. Wll
m wcfu?i bc racisctoi, and it it waa
failure tlw ?c-ttig?t?es' would aol
worth Shaving. Ae to his own fu
ture the speaker insisted he could be
tappy without tHe presidency or the
ITO m pi Conriesioa Assnred.
Washington, March 31. - Prompt
lcluRlon of- the Eastern railroad's
base in support, ot their application
for a general Increase of ftvo percent.
rslght rotes ^or s general increase
if five per cont Ju f might rates, was
iBMired today .wqen the Insit-state
interco commission agreed to. put
ie-other business ;aod* devote to?
lay i and tomorrow sod .Thursday to
ring final statements for the roads.
Washington? March 31.-Seoretary
Donlels announced tonight that at the
request; af official s of th? Newport
News ablpbulltling company today hp; .
?TAiila <MA?r m. entlM of Intiulcv in
vestigate the statement by Conimander
?ntr cJmouWsr^cVar??rP. Hutt.; thal,
Huffs loyalty to the government in
?lig Inspection ot material for the bat.
fle?hlp TesAs ebkt thc shipbuilding
Washington, Mardi 31- Chargea \
made In tho hons* by Repr?sent?t! >'.
Columbia supreme court, wera con
U^red^doy 'by the- house judiriiiry
? "Brr Park spoke'th support of his
resolution authorising tb? committee
io begin a torinal investigation of the
?hargeo. ^?^ofn^tweimdav?tB and
prepared ' several minor amendmentb
lo his original resolution.' The rom
nittg^^s|?Jsd the question nutil Ap
> Bepaty at Ike. ? Piedmont
> Sbiril penarla Jfiecu? .'bas.
the Piedmont ftenb'fticturing Ci
which employed Deputy Sheriff J.
Goldsmith, notlfs.thg them that ai
today Goldsmith pan ?arte no tonger
- .?.t*? YA* nrfifioviiie couh
: t br liles ( who pay the taon* to.recoui
uebd "Mgb*. oampeten^^a^.'r
'OI?N REDMwNp ls perhhps tb? most prominent figure In the demund for
Irish houie rule. As lender of the Nationalists, bia stand for botne ruio
-has long been the rock ognipst.which Unionista have hurled themselves!
Scenes of Typical Mass Meeting
Of Protest In Streets of Belfast.
-3 g ii ''uivutli.H lit-l fust, Irtinnd, L?H btx? a- seething pct of-protest against
* the' bouifc rule hill. Fiery mass meetings. have been held iu the city
squares and war talk tia? been uppermost. This Ls u typical sceue.
Belfast Town Hall, Scene of
Protests; Ulster Signal Corps
Sir Edward Carson Reviewing
The Unionist Army Ia h?lsten,?.?
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\ aka--r-.T ~~1 - ~ ' ? ssszl
Piloto by American Press Association.
Slit EliwAltD CAUSON ls called the stormy petrel of the Unloulst cause
lu Ireland against home rule. This picture shows him reviewing tb?
Unionist volunteers in Heirast "shortly arter the army wus otgaiitefcd.
) . ..<.#? ? nit '? ..
Principal Figures liri Great
Fight diver Irish Home Rule.
Photos by American Pre?a ABMirtutlon.
THK principal figures lu the g reut irish home rule controversy nre: 1, Slr
Inward Carson, member of parliament ? nd chief leader of Ulster Union
ists; 2. A. J. Balfour former(<|?femltr: li. Premier Asquith; 4, A. Bouur
Lawfc member of parliament mid u le'?deV <>f Unionists; 5. Marquis of London
derry, owner of nu.OOo acres in ireland unit backer of .Ulster antl-bom? rulers.
No. ? shows a map of the four provinces1^ Ireland.
'.'<.' . '- . . ..< V . . . ; -,
Ulster Orangemen Have Drilled
Hard For ; Home Rule Conflict.