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I nm u candidato for Congrosu from
the Third Congressional District, sub
ject to tho rules, of tuc Democratic
A. H. DAUNALL.
I hereby auuouuco myself a candi
dato for County Treasurer, subject
to tim rules of-tho democratic party.
J. H. CRAIG.
I hereby announce myself a. candi
dato for Cornily Treasurer, subject
to tho rules of tho democratic party.
J. R. C. GRIFFIN.
1 hereby, unnounce myself a candi
date for tho ofllce of Sheriff for An
derson county, subject to thc rules of |
the d?mocratie party.
T. J. MARTIN.
I hereby unnounce myself a candi
dato for Shor'a" of Anderson county. |
subject to tho rules of thc Democratic
primary. ' ?
. W. B. KING.
1 hereby uuuuuuco myself a candi
dato for? tho offlco of Sheriff of An
derson county BUbjcct to tho rules of |
the D?mocratie primary.
W. O. ,S. MARRETT.
I horoby anuounco myself as a can
dldnte for re-election to the olilco of
Sheriff, subject to the rules of the
.1013 M. H. ASHLEY.
FOR HOUSE OF REPRESEN
I hereby announce myself a candi
dato for the Houso of Representatives I
for Anderson county, subject to the |
rules cf tho democratic party.
W. W. SCOTT.
I hereby announce myself a uandi
dato for thc ofiicc of Coroner for An
derson county, subject .tu tho .rules of|
the democratic party* It IIUH been my
pleasure to sorve you in this capacity
four years-1908;12. I feel that I am j
capable, and I need tho ofllco.
. J..ELVAS BEASLEY.
I hereby announce myself a candi
dato for reelection to tho office of I
Coroner for Anderson county, uubjet]
to tho rule:; of tho dcmocraltc pri
J. G. HARDIN.
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TO GO ON A 3
Chicago Sportsman Equipa a
Schooner and Will He?p Sfcf
ansson Re-Locate Continent.
Chicago. April IL' - -When lue
schooner "Great Hear" salla from
Seattle about the middle of May, on a
fishing and hunting trip to the far
north- a trip which has beoii planned
partly as a summer vacation and part
ly as a commercial .enture- she will
start on a journey that will lake her
about r>.000 miles from Seattle and
will not end lill about the middle of
November. Incidentally John' flor
den, Chicago capitalist, sportsman an?J
traveler, and one of the vessel's cwil
eri, will help tho colorer, Villi Jalnijr
stefansson-If help is needed-re-lo
cate tile continent he discovered in
the polar regions.
Mr. Horden on his journey will bo
accompanied by Capt. leonis Lane,
long limo a resident of Nome, Alaska,
and for years a gold miner, fur trad
er nnd whaler, and hy three Chicago
guests, who are going just for sport
-Norris H. Hokum, C. K. Knicker
bocker, andi Fi. II. Slaughter-ami
schooner will carry a crew of twenty
four i.turdy seamen.
With Mr. Borden, Capt. I^ane ls
Joint owner of the vessel, which, in
cluding her equipments, cost $".">,000
and ld 137 feet long, 32 feet beam?
willi a draft of 14 feet and a speed of
seven knots per hour. Sho carries
throe bulls, as an auxilllary force, an
oil-hurnlng engine of ICO horse pow
er. Her oaken hull ls sheathed if?
ironwood, u heavy timber Troni the
Phllllplnes. almost us impervious as
its mun o Indicates.
Tho "Great Bear" will carry 25,
OOO gallons of fuel oil, und about
$.1,000 worth of provisions-canned
vegetables and fruits, sugar, coffee,
flour, meal and salt meats-enough to
list the entire journey. A comuleto
kitc hen will, be provided ami will be
in charge of n chef o! long experience.
A medical chest fitted up according
to the list authorized by the govern
ment for its vessels will be a part of
the ship's cn, nip i ii i-nt. No physician
will accompany the expedition as Mr.
Borden says his experience in north
ern waters has given him sufficient
to handle any ailments, peculiar to
tho northern country that might como
to himself or his men.
Thoro will bo prlvato state rooms
for each of tho guests and comforta
ble berths for each man of the crew.
Cards, books and a 'big phonograph
will bo among tho things on board to
pr?vido entertainment' for the lortg1
Capt. Lane,; though only 36 years
cf age, ls us much at homo In a boat
on tho Icy seas of tho nnrlh as would
be a landsman in an automobile trav
eling city Btreots. Ho ha3 been a
dweller in thc Alaskan country since
ho was n child of twelve and has
spout much of bis time on the water/
Ho will bo In active charge of the boat
aa captain but will co-operate with
Ms*. Borden In all matters of man
agement except tho actual technical
details of handling tho vessel. It j
was Capt. Lane who last August
carno to tho rescue of the explorer
Stefunsson with timely supplies when
Steffanasen and thc remnant of thc
original party that went to tho north
. orn regions 'with him had boon given
up for lost.
Mr. (Bordon ls well fitted by cx
.perionce -for 'his-proposal 'long jour
ney. Though he did not go but half
far North as his prosont plans will
carry him, ho mado a notable voyage
in tho summer of 1013 in his 100 foot
sailing yacht; 'tAdvontorer," from tho
coast of Maine, around the American
continent, through tho Straits of Ma
gellan, thence to the Pacific coast
and on to a point about th reo. hundred
miles north of thc Aloutian Islands.1
ii was ihe delightful Oxperieuue ?i?i
Jw had on this trip, that got tho salt
of the set- In his veins and caused the
luro of tho north to call him again, '
a call so Insistent, ho said, that h'r. ;
forthcoming trip ls the result.
. Tho route of tho "Great Bear" .will
toko her through tho Pacific ocean
?fer a d??*"ucc of abesxt 2 0C0 miicu os
tho first leg of tho long Journey from
Seattle, on which she will Teach the
Aloutian Islands, where, us she turns
northward oho will expect to encoun
ter much floating leo. This howover
ls not expect r j to hamper her as her
three groo*, ?alls and her .powerful
oil burning engine ar? regarded ns
ampio to make the handling of the
boat easy, though the doslred speed
of seven knots an hour may be at
tained at all times.
(Another thousand miles will hiing
.her to iho^ Gulf of Anadyr, off the.
Siberian boast. Then she will paus
into the <Arctlc ocean and will circle
Point Barrow through the Beaufort
Sea and having addled another two
thousand miles to 'the distance trav
eled from Seattle, she will reach Coro
nation Gulf, off the Northern.coast of
Canada, where tho Journey will end.
Tho return will' he "made over the
f ?Thio : travelers on the treat Bear"
are going ' to '. harpoon the bowhead
whale, which is valuante for its on
. and whalebone, and will hunt with
eliot guns the elder duck for its val
uable " down; Thousands of dollars
worth of gamo ls expected to be hagg
ed. , .. .> - .' . . -
A doo In Buenos Aires Saturday.
- - Santiago. Chile.'[April 12-Secretary
of tho Treasury Mc Ad oo nnd othar
members of the American section of
the International High Commission
-will arrive In Santiago Saturday from
Buenos Aires. F -esldent San Puon
tes will give o banquet for the Amer
tc*A?V .......... , i?. JfjjflMB'
Every Person in This Town Ought:
to Help Movement.
P?lnt-8hy Materials Rot and Ruai'
While- Dirt Causea.Ditscaco
in the Community.
FSW movements started in the Unit
ed States have been so readily tatt-,
en up aa tho Clean Up and Paint Up':
idea. A great deal of credit ls due to
tho originators of thlB movement for
lt ia a good work and worthy of tho
support of every man, woman and
rhlld in thc country.
There is only ono poor feature In
regard to the movement and that is
lhere nre too many people who have
not sufficient pride to keep up their I
property all the year, but wait for!
clean up timo to do a year's cleaning
und painting, tho same as some peo
ple wait for "Co to church Sunday,";
never thinking that they could "Clean j
up" or "Go to church" ot any other
time than that designated by tho i?ro
moteru of civic improvemeuts.
Although tho Clean Up and Paint Up
Idea is still in its infancy, the move j
mont has developed at a great rate
during the past four years. Yet there '
are still many communities that would 1
profit by Joining in this good work, j
Ours is ono of them.
Occasionally ono meets a man who,
BayB*. "I don't core whether tho yard
ls clean or the sheds painted. I have
to live hcre'tiud it auits me." Such j
a man ls wroug. It is not only an ?
obUgation^thM he owes his city, but j
his goo^ojti^shlp au well, Why not ;
declaro v7??3jroou all ot trie unsightly
things and use BOUP and paint as am
Importance of Cleanliness.
The American pcoplo aa a wholo aro t
lovers of baauty, whether natural or |
artificial. The attractiveness of hornea
and yards 1B Just as important aa the
show placen, such as tho parks.
To make a truly beautiful town re
quires tho cooperation of every In
habitant JO when tho Cleon Up and:
Paint Up week arrives In our town, do j
not close your doors and sleep through ,
such a campaign.
The ways and means of promoting
this movement differ in every locality, i
However, tho fundamental requisites
of every campaign aro similar. It re
quires plenty of good soap and water,1
and plenty of good paint. The paint
is essential and In buying your paint,
buy a paint that will hold. Ita color,
stick to Hs Job and preserve your
Paint in its various forms, including ;
varnishes, stains, enamels, etc., will !
not only clean and beautify, but will
also preserve whatevor it covers.
Tho- flrat thing on your property!
that ls noticeable to tho passer-by is i
the fence. If the fence appears BIOV- ;
enly, tt detracts from tho general ap-j
pearance of tho entlro place. Dy us
ing a little bright palut you can make j
it appear as good as new. But paint i
alono will not suffico. Tho weeds abd
high grass that always grow along tho
base of a fence must bo controlled.
"When a" person onco sees how attrac
tive his fence and lawn cnn bo made
with-so little work, he will continuo
to take better caro of his property, j
The same will apply to the sheds In j
the back yard. If the shed is painted ?
and gives tho appearance of being ;
neat and cleon, you will want to keep i
up your back yard In harmony with
Paint Will Kill Germs.
Print la one of tho moBt sanitary
products on the .market Hospitals,
hotels, schoolhouses and largo build*
in go are ever .'watchful for new moans
of making' their buildings moro sani
tary.'* That 48 why they all use paint
or varnish!1'!Why should'you not bo
Just as particular In your home as
Think of l?ieno tbinga when Clean
Up and Paint Up time comeB.
If the housewife deana house, why
shouldn't the town do the same? We
little realize what quantities of rub
bish will accumulate tn a short length
of time. Carelessness is a disease and
io very co e va gi u us-i"ua genna spread
rapidly and the most careful aro sus
ceptible to it, once it gets Its start.
Don't lot your neighbor do ft all.
The people aro the only ones who
eon make a spotless town. If ever?
man would appoint himself a commit
tee of one, with one-object tn view,
and that to tako care of his own prop
erty., by that wo mean the alley back
of bis bouse and tho street in front,
and koop them free from all waste
mate-tills, lt would not take Ions to
change tho appearance of the commu
The results would be BO great that
even tbe most sanguine would scarce
ly believe lt. We should all profit
by tb? activity. Act on tba following
rules: , ' .
. Make your home attractive, j*;? *.
Keep lt clean. : ' TTV; A. -
Keep it in repair. ' W
Keep lt healthful. ~ * ' V
1 Keep lt livable,
Tu?y ?r? Diu?yjc. ? ?i?it-j dono web
day will make you happier, beal taler
and moro ooo tent
j Vscant Let Garden?.
I Ona ot our Cle?u Up and Paint Up
campaign committees should get per
mission from owners to plant gordons
jan Vacant lots. Then organise'-chil
dren's garden dabs, which ar? EO> suc
cessful tn many cities, towna and Mi
lages thrcushout tb? country. Offer
l^iios ? for tho bett vegetables tad
rammer flowers. ? j
t? '-jj**-;-T '
r-T ' -Vs.-;:--'.-! -, -.: ,'y v->
PROMINENT GEORGIA OF
FICIAL STRONGLY REC
"TONED ME RIGHT UP"
Hon. C. W. Man gum Says: "After
Taking Second Bottle of
"Tanlac has certainly helped mu
nnd I recommend it to others for what
It has done in my case," said lion. G.
\V. Nangum, sherlfr ot Fulton county,
of Atlanta, Ga. 1
Sheriff MauKuni needs, no Introduc
tion to tho people of this section, aa
he Is unquestionably not only one of
tho best known but one of tho most
popular ofllcIalB In the state of Geor
gia. Ho is alBo known to be, by
everyone, a kind genial gentleman of
tho old school and has a reputation
of being the biggest hearted man in
public lifo today. His friends aro le
gion-and .lils entr?me popularity as
a man and as a public official Is fur
ther attested by the fact that he is
now serving his third term as sher
iff of Fulton county.
For some years ho was a railroad
official, but has "been in public lifo
since 1907. Ho ecrvod in the Confed
erate array from 1862 to 1 sors ir. the
Firr-t Georgia regiment, and l?.ter in
the Flflth. Georgia.
"Yes," continued the sheriff, "your
medicine has done me lots of good
and I have personally recommended
it to a great many people. I know of
at least 15 or 20 families who have
bought on my say so.
"I am seventy years old and have
most always boon pretty strong and
healthy until here lately. I havo been
in a nervous, .worn out, run down con
dition. My stomach was upsdt titOSt
of the time and I digested my food
poorly. Most always after eating I
would have a full, uncomfortable
feeling that would last for several
hours. . . .
"After taking, tho - second bottle of
Tanlac the fullneofj ;und all the dis
agreeable symptoms-.disappeared and
my condition is now ithat.of a well
man. I now eat heartily without any
bad after effects pod il sleep wejl at
night. .ii . V-i v
"Tanlac seems to. /be jusj. what 1
needed to put my system la shape and
lt has toned mo right ?P- ..Under; the
circumstances I think imperfectly .nat
ural for mo to say a good word for it.
and recommend it to my friends."
Commenting on the above state
ment, T. W. Galyon, stato agent for
South Carolina, said; ? "It 4s rarely,
indeed, ihnt men of prominence, es
pecially men holding high public of
flco such as that held by Sheriff Man-,
gum, voluntarily express 'their appre
ciation of the benefits received from n
medicine, thornlands of 3uch convinc
ing endorsements, however, ,.hiv<j
come to Tanlac.
"Among the largo number of men
in public life in the south who have
recently given Tnnleo . tboin; unquali
fied endorsement for the specific aid
to them are Hon. McKenzie ? Mo?s,
Judge of tho eighth Kentucky Judicial
district; Hon. Moses R. Glenn, Ken
tucky stato superintendent of print
ing; John B. Gaines, ^ditor and pub
lisher of tho Bowling Green Dally
News; Georgo W. Hinton, former sec
retary of the Warien county equity
league; Pres. Pegg, ot. Newport Bus!-,
ness College, and others."
Tanlac. tho master medicine, is sold
exclusively in Anderson by Evans'
"Tlie workman would-not only not
ibo dnjured . by prohibition, lb wt. he
would be be lie-fitted ?hy the wiping
away of all the liquor industries."
SA6E TEA DARKENS '
i HAIBJO ANY SHADE
Don't Stay Gray I Here's An
Old-Time Recipo That Any
body Can Apply.
The cse of Sago and Sulphur for re
nter?as tided, gray hair to Its natural
color dr.tta back to grandmother's
time. She used it to' keep her hair
beatlfully dark, glossy and attrae
! tive. Whenever her. hair toole bri that
?dull, faded or streaked appearance,
this simple mixtur? wag applied with
wonderful effect. "': :.
But brewing at home is mussy and
out-of-date. Nowadays', by 'risking at
any drug store for a 60 cent bottle of
"Wyeth's 8ngo and Sulphur Corr..-'
pound," you will get this famous old
preparation, Improved by the add/don
of other ingredients'; which can be de
ponded upon to restore natural color
and beauty to the hair..
A well-known downtown* 'druggist
says k darkens ih? hair so naturally
and ovenly that nobody can toll it has
been applied. You simply damper, ?
sponge or soft brush With lt and, draw
this through year hair; miring ono
strand at a time. By morning tho
gray, nair disappears; and nf ter'ae
other application ol" two. it becomes
beautifully dark and glossy.
Wyeth's Sage and1 Sulphur Com
pound ta a delightful toilet requisite
fdr th oso who desire a mora youthful
Appearance, Il is not intended for the
cure, mitigation ot prevention ot dls
***** .' . S .... .. ..t\,- ;. . ..
j Redpath Cha?t??qua 1
Mme. Julia Clausseh
Prima Donna Contralto of^ the Chicago Grand Opera Company
! Concert Meeter Chicago Grand Opera Company
Director of French Operas, Chicago Grand Opera Company
The Bird Masque
Ernest Harold Baynes, the Naturalist, In the Role of MShy f* Six
Players, Beautiful Scenery, New and Novel Lighting Effects
il " A Band and Choir of Eighteen, Led ty A?frelf $we?t p
ff . The Parish Players ^ |
|| In Three One Act Plays Filled With Human Interest S|
I The Killarney Girls and Eit&?ch |
II In Special Costumes, Presenting the Music and legends of the VJ
ll Emerald Isle '*.<..../.. ||
S v The Weatherwax Brothers il
it One of America's Best Known Male Quartets fi
!| The Schumann Quintet If
li Carrying a Real Pipe Organ and Presenting Musical Classics to |J
|| the Delight of a Popular Audience $:
ff Great Lectures on Vital Subjects ?. ::> Interpr?tation of Modern Plays ff
! Playground Workers and Story Tellers For the Children !
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Chautauqua W?ek Here April 29 to May 5
Equip Every Desk
B>|iK> handle your fall and winter work in the moat economical
? and ?lective way? you wiii neon COMPLETE TELEPHONE
EQUIPMENT-facilities that will assure the smooth running and effi- '
cient execution of work.
; . . ?. , ? : ./. ,. . . .
Every mas* who ha? a dc?k should have a telephone on it, and
should ute hu telephone to save wasteful walking between desks and
departments, to help him to complete his-'"wbrk in G?S crdesly fashion,
and to keep hun in dose working touch with all other paris of the or- '
gani zah?n. ? ;.v^f- . ,. . >? . 3* <. . a .
. .,- .-. w^s?^^SrnS^^
Extension Telephones?' connected with your .Private Branch EK
change and additional lines are furnished atmest reasonable ratea.
Dont isolate any part of your kl0^^^^^^?^??
DESK,with a TELEPHONE and increase the productiveness of '.y^r
whole organization by providing adequate telephone facilities ^ ?j^^
tl SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE rCffpl
AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
tfi ?i ri it ii? irtiii II ti
DAILY INTELLIGENCER "V/ANT ADS BRING RESULTS