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PASSENO El SCIIEDUILES
Between Anderson, Green wood, Green
v21e end Greer, S. C., effective Sun
day, D~ecembehr 7th, 1913. Trains
leave and arriv'e corner Main and
No. Trime No. Time
li 6:00 A. M. 2 8:10 A. M.
3 7:50 A. M. 4 10:10 A. M.
5 10:00 A. M. 6 12:25 P. M.
7 11:40 A. M. 8 1:40 P. M.
9 1:45 P. M. 10 3:55 P. M.
11. 4:25 P. M. 12 6:33 P. M.
:15 7:30 P. M. 1 9:40 P. M.
SBetween Greenville and Oreer
NTo. Time No. Time
70 8:20 A. M. 71 7:40 A. M.
72 10:15 A. M. 73 9:55 A. M.
74 12:60 P. M. 75 11:40 A. M.
76 1:50 P. M. 77 1:45 P. M.
78 3:35 P. M. 79 3:15 P. M.
80 6:20 P. M. 81 '4:55 P. M.
Tickets on sale (G. S. &A. 'Terminal,
104 North Main Street.
C. S. AILLIGN,
Gen'1 Pass. Agent.
So Votes Lower House. Will Wow Go
to the Senate for the Final Round.
Coluembia, .Jan. 28.-The House to
day spent its time ove'r the final fight
over the Fortner bill, which seeks to
prevent white teachers being enploy
ed in colored schools, which it finally
passed and sent to the Senate; over a
bill of Mr. Zeigler's, of Orangeburg,
which provides for hunters' license,
the reception of numerous new bills
and reports of committees, and final
ly in accepting an invitation from
Mayor Grace and others to visit Char
Over in the Senate side the major
portion of the time was devoted to the
consideration of the bills intended to
tighten up the primary system. The
very first discussion of the day was
over the Fortner bill, when Mr. Ilyatt
moved that the Fortner anti-white
teacher school bill be recoimmitel. The
Ilouse refused to recommit.
Charleston Not Exempted.
Mr. hit aburg, of Charleston, then
protested vigorously against the re
ftl;aI of' the I louse to allow Charleston
to be exemupt from the provisions of
the bill. lle urged that there were no
lynchings in Charleston, largely be
cause the colored people were early
taught the proper respect for whites.
The low country know how to handle
the race problem, and his people had
no trouble with their negroes. All his
delegation asked was to be let alone
and let their people handle their own
problems as they had worked out. le
could see no occasion for this fear on
the part of others. The people of Char
leston were not afraid of race con
tamination. The bill was along wrong
lines, and he was sorry so much feel
ing had been shown. Ile was not
afraid to oppose this bill at any time,
because he anil others had seen there
was nothing to the bugaboo of whites
teaching colored children; on the con
trary it was accomplishing good. "it
was all,'' as Mlr. White said, "from
your individuial point of view.' All he
could now hope for was to get. Char
leston released from this bill.
l)r. C. 'I'. Wycie, of Newherry, fa
vored race segregation properly han
died, but lie believed the people of
Charleston knew what they wanted,
and he had confidence in the integrity
and honesty of the people of Charles
ton. lIle really thought the only real
hope was for time and public sentiment
to settle sue questions, lie was proud
of Sooti Carolina's record on the race
tuestion, but. he believed the people
would settle this question as all others
if Il'tto to hemselves. Ilie believed the
hope of the negro race was in being
properly taught by the white men.
The negro has to learn good morals
from the whites. lie was not voting
for social ertuality whein he opposed
this bill. but he believed the pople of
'ha ileston kne' what t.hey wanted.
Alr. Jlames, of Iliishopville was opl
posed to white , teachers competing
wvith colored't teachier's, because 5 the
whIiites wvere betteir eqtulped. lHe stood
for justice to the negro and opp~osedl
lie prioposed (Charl'eston inonopolly3 foi'
lier white teachers. ie wanted to see
what the negr'o wvould1 come to if' let
alone. lHe wvantedi to see Chai'leston
mad~oe to marcht along the road of pir
ilegrets the NecessIty.
Alr. Gasqlue r'egr'ettetd that it was
nlecessary3 to pass sutch a bill1. ie was
not afraid of any political bogle, hot
he wasit opplosedI to whites teaching ne
groes. if a lawv against mi:icegenation
was good why3 not go fuirthier' and stop
thtis teachilng 1by whItes? ie urged that
a Chlinanman m-arriied a white woman
in Chai'lestont. Tiis wa'is the r'estult of
asso'it ilon, but lie often lieard whito
teachers say3 color'ed childrten were
.\xr Nihiolson asked .\r. ('asqiue if lie
w~oul Id fav or a law pruohiib itintg whIiite
doctor11s pr'ac ticing oil ('oloredi patilents
or' whIte lawy~3er's wo'kinig for ('olored
rlit'l s. .\i i. G 1 sti'e 1l a i he would n~ ot
favor such a law, but did not think
Ithis r'elevant. lie wan itedh a State-wvide
Ia andjlli no0 'xemt'iion12 f'or' Cha rleston.
i'. Donal 1(eQueen, of Mnlarboro,
saidi the negr'o i'ace was tinwillingly
br'ough t her0 and11 whatever advanlce
the negi'o hasd made was by contact
wvithi thie (Caucaslana race. lie asked
whly the ch urchies were tr'yintg Ito teach
I lie color'ed peopule. lie w~as bitterly
Ohooed to ratce eqtua~lity atnd 1had 110
feari on this line, but as an older man
bleggedj the miemibei's to go slowv in do
lng an InjustIce to a dependencut and
hel pless race, lie said if the negro
were set asidle and removed from the
Influence of the whites that the negro
would go batck to savagery.
Batrnwell Voices Opposition.
Air. Cecil C. WVyche moved the pre
v'iouus question, btut withdrew It for Mr.
liarnwell, of Chatrleston, who made an
eloqueint anti forceful arguiment agaInst
the hillI. lie wished to clea'ly prIesenit
tilt Injustice about to be dlone. lls
people were united absolutely on white
suprematcy' and1( s0, too, It was uitedi
in opposi)1tion to tis hill and that the
inr'sen t system In 8ihaineinn 1I urhit
and best. The purpose of the bill is
all right, perhaps, where there is an
approach to social equality, as shown
in private schools and taught by out
siders. The children in Charleston are
totally different. This bill will not 'pre
vent rich Yankees establishing schools
and putting white teachers In charge;
public sentiment will regulate this and
other things. The proposed bill, in ef
fect will not reach these private
schools. The only effect of the bill is
to seriously interfere with the school
system in Charleston. He answered
Mr. Ashley by saying that he did not
believe the w'hito women of Charles
ton favored this bill and he hoped the
members would themselves inpestigate
conditions in Charleston and they
would come here satisfied with the
conditions in Charleston.
M r. Liles wanted South Carolinians
to teach the negro what to do and
think. lle was really fearful of what
would be the result at Claflin If all
the white teachers were run off. The
institution could not be wiped out, as
Mir. Stanley suggested.
\Ir. lFortner said he did not intro
duce the bill for political purposes, but
he (id so because he thought the peo
de twanted it. lie had no reflection to
make on white teachers, and did not
know them, but he urged that the habit
Mr. Stanley wanted to know why Mir.
Fortner (id not wish to outlaw col
ored nurses and favor his aienaiient.
Mr. Fortner said Mr. Stanley opposed
the )111 and sought to kill it by amend
The Hlouse refused to entertain Mir.
Rittenberg's amendment exempting
The Ilouse then ordered the Fortner
bill to the Senate, exactly as it passed
the Ilouse yesterday and was pib
lished in this correspondence.
The final vote by which the bill was
sent to the Senate follows:
Final vote on Bill.
lFor the bill: Smith, Addy, Ashley,
Ashley, Ilowers, IBrowning, Ilu'gess,
Clowney, 'reeceh, Cross, Daniel, Fort
ier, Friday, G asqtue, Goodwin, Gray,
Greer, lalle, lall, Ilardin, Ilatrrelson,
Ilarelson, Iarvey, lolley, liutson,
Irby, .James, Jones, Kelly, Kennedy,
Kirby, IMee, Iumtpkin, Lybrand, Mc
Donald, Malpass, Meaus, Miley, Miller,
\1lxson, Moore, Moseley, M u''ay, Nel
soi, Odom, 'ate, Robertson, Rogers,
Rogers, Escott, Sherwood, Shirley,
Stanley, Strickland, Sturklie, Summers,
Tindal, Warren, White, Whiteheadl,
Wiluriin, C. C. Wyche-total 62.
Against the bill: Atkitison, Biarn
well, Iletha, It, Lloyd, lirice,
Charles, ('lernetnt, Courtney, Dantzler,
I)eIauglhLet', I)ick, Evais, liliinter,
Johnston, Kirk, Miles, McCravey, .Ic
Queen, .\Iartin, Massey, \l el fil, Mitchell
.M\ower, Nicholson, Pellues, Ready,
thiddle, Rilley, lIittenberg. Sanders,
Scott, Sen setney, Siniley, Thompson,
\'ander, Hlorst, C. T. W\ychle, Youmllans,
Ze.iglet' total -10.
The lhouse is, therefore, through
with this bill for the present at least.
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No carloads of 66
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Hudgens Farm 5 miles Nort
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R., with splendid out buildinj
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Lrn. A Rare Opportunity-wi
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LAURENS, S. C.
nt. C. H. R14
A&SES$O'S NOTICE 1914.
The Auditor's office will be -open
from the 1st of January to the 20th of
lFebruary, 1914 to make returns of a1
real estate and personal property for
For the convenience of taxpayers
the Auditor or his deputy will attend
the following named places to receive
returns for said year to wit:
Wednesday, Feb. 4, Ora, Scuffletown
Township, 9 a. in. 'to 12 m.; Watts
Mill, Laurens Township, 2 p. mi, to
7:30 p. m.
All male citizens b tween the ages
of 21 and 60 years on the 1st of Jan
uary except those who are incapable
of earning a support from being maim
ed or from other causes, are deemed
polls, Confederate veterans excepted.
Also all male citizens between the
ages of 18 and 60 on the 1st day of
January, 1915, are liable to a road tax
of $1.50 and are required to make
their return of same to the Auditor
during the time above speclfled and
shall pa' to the County Treasurer at
the sane' tli'e other taxes are paid in
lieu of kug;lcing the road.
All ti payers are required to give
Township and No. of School District;
also state whether property is situat
ed in town or country. Each lot, tract
or parcel of land must be entered sep
After the 20th of February 50 per
cent penalty will be attached for fail
ure to make returns.'
J. W. THOMPSON,
Nov. 27, 1913.-td.
Laurens, S. C.
nty containing 220 acres,
hi of Laurens, on main
as from Barksdale Stat
is, large cattle meadow
ns and a bath room with
hting plant with lights
11 give immediate posses
11 in Next 15 Days. See
Sl 6ps, and House and
0j up-to-date plant with
sell in next 15 days.
Church and High School
more or less.
iave one for sale. We
000.00 Capital Stock in
3PER, Se and T.ea.