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1 am a candidate for Congress from
tho Third Congressional District, sub
ject to. the rules of tue Democratic
A. It. D AGNA LL.
,1 hereby aunounco myself a candi
date for County Treasurer, subject
t? tho rules of the democratic party.
J. H. CRAIG.
1 hereby unnounce myself a candi
date for County Treasurer, subject
to thc rules of the democratic party.
J. R. C. GRIFFIN.
I he?eby announce myself a candi
date for the office of Sheriff for An
derson county, subject to the> rules of
the democratic party.
I T. T. MARTIN.
I hereby announce myself a candi
dato'' fOr.Sh?r'.T of Anderson county, I
subject to the rules of tho Democratic I
. \ , W. B. KING.
I hereby announce myself a candi-1
date for the ofllco of Sheriff of An
derson county subject to tho rule? of |
the Democratic primary. *
. * W. O. ,S. MARRETT,
I hornby announco myself as a can
didate for re-election to tho office ofl
Sheriff. Subject to tho rules of the]
JOE M. H. ASHLEY.
FOR HOUSE OF REPRESEN
I hereby announce myself a candi
dato for tile House of Representatives
for Anderson, county,- subject to tho
mles of [lie democratic party. '
W. W. SCOTT.
I hereby-announce myself a candi
date for'the office of Coroner for An
derson county, subject to the rules of
lli?? d?mocratie party. It has been my
pleasure to serve yon In this capacity
four, years-1008-12. . I feel that I am
capable.,and T- need the Office.
. J. ELVAS BEASLEY.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for reelection to thc office of
Coroner for Anderson .county, subjot
to the rulas' ot tjie democraitc pri
mary. , . , t
' J. G. HARDIN.
Why I Nun; li put hm injures.
The bowels are, the nru.iral sewer
n?b. system ot the body. When they
become obstructed by constipation a]
part of the poisonous matter which |
they should carry ;off is absorbed in
to the system; makin:; you feel dull
and stupid, and Interfering with the |
digestion and assimilation of food
This condition .is quickly relieved by I
Chamberlain's Tablets. Obtainable:
every wherel. ; /.J.'
; We are now prepared to
vulcanize Automobile Tubes
and Casings as well as Bicycle
Tires, our facilities vfor doing
this work being the* completest
in the city.
All Work Guaranteed (
- Drop by and let us show, yon tho
biggest thing? ever introduced.tp
the motorcycling vorldi^rtio! idi?
West Benson Street
? Thone 193
Now ready for business.
. Bon Bons
. .... . Mex^m-a?iows
c . Not Crean? ".
y .' . Cream Bluets !ty*
V j We manufacture .-. every
r.rp??nid of Candy offered' In
our.- piace, * U8?H? only tiife
. highest grade Trtaterials.
'?y?fil are ty wo?i 'prefin? \ tb
. handle-and solicit-special or
dern of till hinds. Anding, yon
want made to order on short
^rtftttce.. : . . -.. :. '
. :.*Coth?; by and. let us . show
* you ?. real candy store. - \
Asteoa Candy Land
13 fl PREDICTION
GOVERNMENT EXPERT SAYS
WILL BE DROP WITHIN
Will Be Brought Up to the De
mand-Gives Views on "Crack
ed Ga?" Now Used.
That the price of gasoline? will take j
rt, considerable drop within th? next
six months is tho i.Mu?'tcuoii of Dr. N.
F. RittinaB, tho expert on petroleum
cf the United States JJureau of Minea
and Ute discoverer o? the govern
ment's precess by which a much
greater amount or gasoline is obtain
cd from u."ga'?lon of oil. He told that
thc installation of new proccssas will
bring the 'production up to the de
mand within the year, and that a de
cline in pric?s will follow. It ls
planned to add f>0 new Ri tunan plants
to the present 10 as soon as possible,
j At present 300,000 automobiles are
I running cn "cracked gasoline."
Dr. Rlttman's views on the gasoline
situation were cxipresied as follows in
a recent address:
"Expenditures of gasoline are great
er today than ever befcrc. One thing
that has knocked tho bottcm out ol
the gasoline market ls thc falling of'
of Oklahoma orude oil. Lesa than "fl
year igo dishing fle'.d produced 300.
000 barrels of crude oil, which analyz
er* from 2f> ncr cent to 30 per cent o'
gasoline. In other w?rds, 180,00.')
barrels per day. Now that source ol
supply has fallen off until lt ls below
one-third that amount.
"That means that despite tho dis
covery, which was brought out eight
months .ago, and ls represented today
.by expenditures exceeding $8,000.000.
and is now teing installed in ten .ad- j
dttlonal plants with twenty more
wa nt int; it, but we simply cannot tako
care of them-lt means .that'desp'to
thia progress we cannot cope .with
tho problem, and lt will bb somc^'ntc
before our curve catches hy with t'.ih
"No two crude oils arc tho same. As
a matter of fact, two wells In tho
(.?ame oil field aro different, and ohn
will cent:'In more gasoline than tho
other. Tho average gasoline content
of petroleums in America ls below 12
per cent. By breaking processes we
can .bring that up ti CO f<5r-Q9iit Iii
other words, f ve -limos swhn't lt wasj
"The term gasoline means nothing
It-is a commercial. term which orig
inally meant iho-^o constituents which
'ho .rWiraV dl t'l's?on boiled off be
low. IOU degrcc.i leiittrrndel Thut tem
peratii'-e has been snc'ce&vrirlly ra'sed
until lt ls now abc.it ITH. arid Is ga
'ns. progressive higher. That ni2au3
that where a Pennsylvania oil ten
yenrs ago produced, say 10 per cont
ot gasoline-and "that sanio eil ti any
thing has deteriorated: that ?a. they
are ."gi'nrjt, deeper lu Ibo, towels cf
thc earth-that ?ami? grade tcJay ls
.producing 2T. per cent.
"The heat-contalnlng oils, cx?hipll
fied by thn Oklahoma o'ls, ara ulso
very variable for gasoline production
r. . : .. .5oiue. of the OIIB as. founa
in Texas, in the Hemble field, which
has been .opened up recently and ls
iproduclng 100,000. barrels per day.
contain virtually no gasoline, but con
tain kerosene io tho extent of abort
70 per cent. California o'l3 and Mex
ican oils contain virtually no gaso
line. The average contained in Cali
fornia olia for about 100,000,000 gal
lons produced per annum ts about
2 1-2 por cent. But we can produce
<ga>solin<> from, tbeae oils by j thc
"The tnechuilcal enelneer has done
t/plenl'd things in hie line; namely, to
construct engines te uso heavier fuels.
The chemical engineer method if sol
ving it wchld bo in making ire.-.ol i ne
out of tba be r?sense, gas oils. . t?r >\
other materials. Now how far ls .th's
a reality todav? I will answer by
saying that 4c ls much more of .a re
Bult than any of ut' realize. This
very dav there ?rn soo.noo *nt*yrnob!?ei
in tho country that run'oh cracked
?OU'?lP BILIOUS! LF.? ~
? LIVER AND BOWELS
Don't ?Uy headachy, comtip^UHf*.
skk} with breath bad and
stomach scarr. .
Oct a 10-cent box now.
You men,and women who caat get
feeling right-who Have headache,
coated tongue, bad ataste and foul
breath, dlzzinoaa, can't sleep, ?f? bil
ious, .nervous and upset, bothered
with a. sick, gassy, disordered stom
ach, or bave a bad cold.
Ava you keeping your bowels clean
w?b ?5*55*5*15.':: er.-sttri?y. fsrc?PS'A'Ss
passageway every . few . days, . with
salt-, cathartic pills ot : castor oil ?
. Caacarets work wbllo you ?le?$;
cleanse' the .stomach,, remove tho nour,
undigested fermenting food and foul
gases; take tho excess h Un frota tn*
liver and carry out ot the ? system alt
the constipated -wanto matter and
poison In the' bowell /
A Cascaret tonlgni will Btralghteh
you but by mornlng-^a' lO-eeut b??
iron*' any drug store will keep your
stomach sweet, liver end bowels .regu
lar, and head clear for months. Don't
forget the children. t*te>l?rc'."'Cai?
carets because they ' taste - itood
never.' grtp?'?f?ilck*n..:. y "?|j|||ffi
gftBoltne-gaBolioo made from other
materials, Buch as korosense, gas oil,
"Now, how much gasoline can we
hope to set by thia method? On those
eastern crudeB we should get from 70
t<! 80 per cent of tho crude oil. On
crude such as the Mexican we should
get 40 to-50 per cent. So you aee we
can hope to solve this gusollne prob
lem by various cracking processes. I
do not wish to limit myself to the
bureau of mines processes. I um
trying to ?speak broadly. There are
hundreds of men -working on tills
.problem, hundreds of intelligent men,
and that means only om .hing-that
there is going to be u val lety of solu
tions and processes*.
"Now, then, a plant that would turn
out 1,000 barrels of gusollne a day
would make just enough to take care
of 20,000 automobiles, which ls only I
five days' supply-remember-a big
plant, so lt seems.
"But merely to make up the deficit
in gasoline production which has oc
curred since ?asl July in the Okioho
ma field alone, we will have to build
fifty of those plants instead of our
present ten, and we are ?oing to be
some time catching up with lt. Dut
once these operations como to bc
standardized, they will no longer en-,
gage the attention of those ->f us who
have worked them out a', who arc
familiar with them.
"But. the people will carry lt further
than we have ever hope to carry lt.
I That is why I say that synthetic gas
? oline will catch up -with the demand in
the next six months. You can look for
higher prices before lower prices, but
in the course of a ycaT or so mo3t cer
tainly wc will have an available sup
ply of g -oline. We will catch up
with the demand."
HS MILLS JAKE
HOLD SANITARY IDEA
Chief of U. S. Health Survey Dis
cusses Progress Greenville is
Greenville, April 13.-"I am .es
pecially anxious to see the mills take
hold of the sanitation idea.'' said Dr.
Li, Li. Lumsden, chief of the United
States health survey today, in com
menting upon the progress of. the
healthy survey In ibis county, now
?being conducted by the party of gov
ernment sanitation experts.
Dr. Lumsden arrived In Greenville
Wednesday, and will probably return
to Washington Friday morning. Ut
spent practically a'.l day Thurs-day.
conferring with tho members of the
government party here, and looking
ovf r the prcKro:v? cf tho. work. ..
"I am very, nych pleased with!the
progress bf-the survey," declared"! ?r
Lumsden, "and I am sure will see
some good results from * . Tho good
work that 1B being' done in tho rural
communities, and the way the people
of tho county are interesting them
selves in matters of sanitation and
disease prevention, lead me 'to be
lieve we shall be able to knock ty
phoid fever into a cocked bat this
Slimmer so far a.3 Greenville ?3 con
Dr. Lumsden slid he WSB espec
ially anxious to see thc mill communi
ties take hold of the methods sug
gested if or preventing disease. Now
ls the time, he said, before the lui*.
- weather sets in, to construct sani
tary closets, and make the-premises
of -the dwellings so clean and sani
tary that there will be no dinger-oi
SAFETY CODE WILL BEW
DISSCUSED At MEETING
. Atlanta, April 13.-At, tho- Invita
tion, of tho technical committee o? the
Affiliated Engineering societies* or At
lanta, j the bureau 'of . standards will
hold a conference in Atlanta from
May 2nd to 4 th try the purpose of
discussing tho work of the bureau in
connection with tho National Electri
cal Safety Code and the pr?vention
of electrolysis of gas and water pipe*]
cable shea iii H, anq otner metallic un
derground structures. , .
' The conference wH bo participate?
th not only by the technical societies
of Atlanta under .whose auspices it
ls to be held but alco by city electri
cians, engineers of publicity corpor
ations, consulting engineers and oth
ers Interested. A large nt tendance Is
expected from Georgia and the neigh
boring staten, and other parts Ot the
The conference will occupy threo
days. Its chief /purpose is to bring
the cities and the -public utility cor
porations of the , south into closer
touch with the work cf the bureau-of
standard in connection with public
futility prciblemi', - lt. will be pf par-?
tlcular interest to persons interested
in the reduction of electrica! acci
dents and in the mitigation of elec
trolysis of underground: pine and ca-;
Rafe Medic lae for, Chlldrest \V
"Ir it WerVIs tbe first Question to
ne v considered :when buying cough
medicino for 'children. Chamberlain's
Cosgh Remedy baa long' been a. fav
ori te with mothers of. young children
ns lt containn no opium or other
narcotic, and.muy be given to a child
as confidently aa to an adult. It ls
pleasant to fake, too, which ts of
great . Importance when a medicine
must oe given ter'young Vchltdren.
This remedy ia most effectual In re
lieving coughs, colds and' croup. Ob
tain a bio everywhere.
Let; ?lg mako your Easter SBBL
.*<?'.. vi' j't"\'?? -r'/vf f::'i ..-:-.'?* .' '.
DIRECTORS HELD ft
DISCUSSED SALE OF CHAU
MUST SECURE THEM
It is Very Urgent That People
Who Have Bought Them to '
v Get Them at Once. -
A regular meeting of the board ot
directors cl the chamber of commerce
was held yesterday afternoon at 5 .
o'clock. Beyoftd discussing the sale j
of the chautauqua tickets, nothing ex
cept matters of a routine nature came
before the body.
lt ls now only IS days before the
chautauqua begins and os yet only
about 50 of the 1.000 tickets bargain
ed for have teen delivered. They can
bo secured at the chamber of com
merce and it 1B very urgent that this
matter be attended to as quicky an
possible Hinco the secretary of the
chamber of commerce will be busy
beginning Monday week with the
Clemson encampment' and those who
have tickets will confer a favor by
obtaining them nt once.
Will Ile Seen nt ltiiou Tlieitre Today
In the Upstart.
"The Upstart," is thc attraction to
day at The Bllou, a five reel comedy,
lt is said this picture is full of thrills,
und that Marguerite Snow is especial
ly adopted to *he leading role.
ANBIHT For Ile.Electlon.
Mi*. G. N. C. Bolcman, present
cc; inly treasurer, stated yesterday
that ho would ask for re-election, and
that he 'would make his formal an
nounccment Within a few days. Ho
has filled, th? office with satisfaction,
and his friends arc glad to karn that
in- will stand for re-election.
SPENT TWO YEARS ?jj
HDSP11AL ANO CHAIR
MRS. E. O. WILSON DECLARES'
SHE WAS GIVEN UP TO
I v DIE
Wife of Atlanta Printer Declares
i She Gained 25 Pounds on,
ll Bottles of Tanlac.
"Por two yedrs I spent all my time
either In the hospital or in bod, or lu i
a rolling chilr, and during that time 1
I was given up to die, v.nd I don't
guess I. would be herc now If it had
not been for Tanlac," snld Mr3. E
O. Wilson. Mrs. Wilson is well
known in Atlanta, ber husband hav
ing been employed by The Constlf/.i
i'on for a number di yearo.
"IvSwaa a great' sufferer from
chi onie Indigestion," continued Mrs.
.Wilson, "and don't guess anybo-Jy .
ever liai to go throufch what I did.
I was very weak and nervqus and ot
time:/ had those dreadful smothering
sensations to the .point of fainting. 1
had dreadful headaches, severe pa'ns
in my tack* and over my kidneys, an ;t
my joints ached ail the time.. For
two years I hud to j live entirely on
'beliedl milk. to.ast and soft bolled
"eggs, and even thal diet, did not di
gest well, and the food would sour
on roy.stomach. I did not know what
ij. wss^to get a good night's sleep.
I. took one hind of medicino after
another until cur house was almost
filled with empty ?bcitU?. Instead
of .improving I was getting worse all
the time. Finally, they took mo to
the hospital for treatment and I lay
there for' five long months .but cv o a
that d'<d not.ftinke 'nie well. It ova's
taking nearly every cent of my hus
band's wages to.-pay toy doctor and
drug bills-our ' drug bill alone
amounted to |14 or $15 a month and
one doctor bill arnon mod. to 9108.
"It ??ookod like everything had fail
ed to help me and i hud abov.t given
up all hone, when, one day, my hus
band brought a boule of Tanlac
home v.-!tb htm and asked me to take
lt. HO* said be had been reading and
hear'MR a lot ot. good th togs about lt
and'dial-.pct see why; it should/ not
help. me. I - was confined to,my roll-,
lng chair, when I began taking it.
v *'Do I look like: sh invalid nj>w?
? certainly .do not feel like one. and
I have actually gained twenty-f!ve
pounds on eleven, bottles of .Tanlac
and I feet as weil. o& I ever did ia
my Ufe. \ I can. eat anything I want^
SMCII ?II.I?^S ?? HWDif ? XvSttfjw, naru
bolled eggs do net hurt mo a blt, and
I sleep as well ??'I did when I was
a girl In my teena. I caa get abont
as well ns anybody and Just the other
day I"/walked down town and I om
rttnnmg around the paighhorhood
nailing on my friends nearly ali the
time now. I paven't a pain about me
now. I think I am. the happiest wo
man la Atlanta noW and X think I
ihavs. a right to be;. ;*i think tx* re
covery ls almost a' miracle and. every
body in Our n c'sliborhood thinks the
. Tanlac. th's.mas^r,-medicine, ls seid
exclusively fol Aatferson by* Evans'
Never before have we had so many good value? in Low Cut Shoes for
Men, Women and Children. All made of the best materials-and best
of all, fitted by shoe men of long experience. .
Gray, Ivory, Black and White
Washable Kiel Pumps for Ladies
-fashions very newest creations.
Both welts and turned soles, S7
number, on sale
here for, the pair.
Veranda Pumps-white, white
trimmed with hack, and black
trimmed with white-rubber soles,
and lined with white kid, on sale
here for, the
Comfort Oxfords-Hand turn
ed soles, rubber heels and plain
toe, S3.So value,
here for, the pair. . ni
Beautiful White Canvas Pumps'
for Ladies, with canvas'covered;
heels, button ornament and med
ium light soles, S3.5o value, '
White Canvas turned sole slip
pers for Ladies, with black pipinv,
$4 value, here for, ?J?Q yi Cf
(Same in White Kid) . ;
Patent Leather Mary Jane
Pumps with-and without Colo
nial-one inch 'heel, #3.00 yal-"
tte, tare for, the <frl tif\
pair_ .?Pi miJ\?
Congress Slippers for Women, i
rubber heels and plain toes-with fi
light sole, .?rt.75 value, here S
Saturday for, the ?
pair .'.'4? 1 *?a\3 I
. Patent '.eather Oxford Ties for
Women, live eyelet, Goodyear
welt soles, absolutely flexible
regular S3.50 value, here Sat
urday, for the ?O CL(\
Hand Turned Bronze Colonial
Pumps for Women, with covered
heels, S3.no value, here Sat
urday for, the t?* 1 Q g?
pair. .*V 1
Hand Turned Patent Leather
Pumps for Ladies, witty Cuban
Heel and cloth quarter, S3.00
value, herc Satur- ri? % O G?
day for, Hie pair. ..91
Sample Pumps and Oxfords
for Womqn-in Patent, Dulls
and Vic? Kid--worth S2.5o.. ?3
and S3.50, on sale, here Sat
GEISBERG BROS. SHOE GO
Under Masonic Temple
Shoes That Satisfy
We have Strawberry and Vanil- " -
^ cr?? to?y-Mono: owl pfom Heel Stay to Shoulder Seam,
;~" - .. ; ?j| I These Suits Have Ufe t.
I . 1 } ' '-""'""'^BL The style of Hamburgers'Suits ic in the
linrariW^rrarMt? \ ?v! fW$- ' designing-not in the pictures. The
PROTECTION J fr'??OM'Jj^ workmanship is in the. tailoring-not in
i i - . ?.[; v .<";.ly|r?TyrV . the talk. 'The quality is in the materials
t J ' -, . ' ',; fjh D /rC\ -not in the conversation. They're pul
.V .-...' ?'??'>. I':.-.>';:':?OT\ ff/'LriS where they belong!
su rance -in case of I ?I \ ifif You kstow itt"
death. What protects mWVj \ And you know, too, that history has
you in case . of sick- v-jnal." . I j A ' never seen a time when it was so essential
ness? li lli I ?r-^ ' to buy at the right store as it is today.
0=45*11 . The prices are pleasing
? Members of the Say, / ?.'?/..' l l . $12.50, $lS, $?8, $20
!ngs Club can always - tt^^
place their hands ort ' . r? 1
; yf? TR?BBLE
Thc Up To l>ate (Xomto : .
y. V: th' the County. - .. . '? ' ^ ; ''#* ? ;; - ^ 0J| i-',-'
- v.'-\\-;H : Business Bflilde!