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RJUXOKOL- 3 PER CEWE
ticgihe Sluing tis andP^dstt
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
I hereby announce myself A candi
date for re-election as mayor of the
City of Anderson, subject to the rules
of the democratic primary election.
> J. H. GODFREY.
- I hereby announce myself a candi
date for Mayor for the City of Ander
son, subject to the rules of the demo
cratic primary election.
> . , . WADE A. SANDERS.
FOR ALDERMAN, WARD I
I hereby announce myself as candi
date for alderman froth Ward 1, sub
ject' to ?j rules of tho city democratic
primary .election. -
W. E. ATKINSON.
FOR ALDERMAN, WARD 2
I hereby announce mysolt a candi- j
date for re-election as alderman from
Ward 2, subject to . tho rules of the !
democratic; primary election,
The friends of A. M..McFaU hereby]
announce him os a candidato for al
derman from Ward 2, subject to the!
democratic city primary!
FOR ALDERMAN WARD 3
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for alderman from Ward 3. sub
ject: to tho rules of tho city demo
cratic primary olectiou.....
. ERNEST DUGAN.
T hereby announce myself a candi
date for .re-election as alderman from
W?rd '3,' subject to the rules ot the
democratic primary election. \-]
. . ; .CHAS. F. SPEARMAN.
I hereby announce myself a candi
dato for alderman ?fom'Ward .8, sub
ject to the rules of the city democra
tic primary election.
. ' . JS. Q. BRUCE.
FOR ALDERMAN, WARD A
? I hereby announce myself a candi
date for alderman from Wavd 4, sub
ject . to the ruler of tho. city demo
cratic primary election.- -
F. E. ALEXANDER.
I hereby announce" myself'' a candi
date for re-e?e?tidn as alderman f.'om
Ward 4, subject to ?ie rules and r?g
ulations hf the city primary.
I -,. . . JOHN IL TATE,
j FOR ALDERMAN^ WARD 5
; I. hereby announce myself a candi
date'for re-electiori as alderman from
Ward -.6, subject to the r.uljsa of tho
R, IL KINO.
Vi ?hereby "announce. -. .myaelC as a
candidate for a;dorman .from Ward 5,
subject" td' the: rules;' of <uie, . city, denv j
oe'ratid ' ^ImaryV -
,;'^;>'-:--v-.- ??'?? ' .'AvO;:MEANS. VJ
FOR ALDERMAN, W?KD ? j
I hereby announce myself a candi
\<fcti?iter re-election as aldermen from
Word 6, subject to the mles of tho
democratic prltr?ry election.
ROBT. L. CARTER,
I; hereby announce myself a' Candi
date (or alderman from Ward 6, sub
ject to the rules ol the eily democra
tic primary election.^ -y.\r. '
./.. ? ?> - W. W. kYLES.
For Infanta and Children.
THC CENTAUR COMPANY, ri CW YORK CITY.
OF INSURANCE Li
ARE BEING BROUGHT TO AN
DERSON PEOPLE EVERY
La rp's Corporation Refused to
Grant Loan Because of the
The hardtops and inconveniences
resulting from the withdrawa' of the J
fire insurance companies from South j
Carolina as a recuit of the recent leg
islation is. now being brought home
to quite a number of Anderson c'tl
zens. Each day tho public generally^
is becoming more and more concerned
and unless a relief is forthcoming in
the near futuro it ls generally pre
dicted that some concerted effort will
be piado in that direction. '
LaBt week an incident occurred Jiere
tn Anderson that illustrates the in- j
convenience the sUuac'on io causing
local people. Several weeks ago
the loan agent of . a large outside cor
poration that has been loaning .
largo amount of money in Anderson at
a low rate pf interest, visited Ander-,
son for tho purpose of inspecting ?'?roo
improved) city real estate a a view
to making a loan on s^m?. Aft??
looking tho situation byer ho stated
; the property would easily stand the
amount of the loan desired and he.
saw no reason why. hts* company
should not mateo the loan, but that he j
Would put the matter up to his loan
committee and would advise later as j
to their decision? Last Saturday the
local parties received n. letter, from !
this company stat'ng that while tho]
property was all right In every parti-1
cu", and very desirable property '
w. >.h to make a loan, at the same i
tl i i they would. havo to decline tho.
1 '.n on account of the fire insurance !
G i tu a l'on in this state. They furth
er intimated'that they woiild cornall
.their loon operations in South Caro
line. Until South Carolina created a
condition whereby the Aro Insurance
companies could return.
This Same company already. . had
loaned many thousand dollars, on; im
proved . real estate in Anderson and
Just how far their action .In, refusing
.to make new loans will bb oxtend?d
to loans -elrcSdy m ex'stence'is a
matter cf speculation. ' A great den1, of
anxiety is being felt by those who
have money borrowed on their prop
. v i i
RAGS OF ALL KINDS
I will pay $1.50 per hundred, cash
for Rags. >
25c per hundred for oil Scrap
Iron. - j
4c per pound for old Automobile1
lOo per pound for old Inner Tubos,
-rand Th?, Highest Cash Prl?.* for
afr kinds ot cid Brass, Copper, nc
If yon have as much a? 100 pounds
of any of the above? 'phone ms and
111 call for. lt -
Manning, Street, Near Blue Ridge
ILL AWARD PRIZES
MADE FOR ABOUT 1,200
WILL SHUT DOWN
At 12 O'Clock and Dinner WU1
gd carved at 1_Op lives
and Families Invited.
Tho Anderson mill village, which Ia
practically included In Ward Six, ap- !
parently took moro interest in the '
"Clean Up and Paint Up" camp \lgn !
that all of tho other sections of the j
city cgmbined. A number of prizes]
Were offered by the mill and yesterday
thc judges made their declsiop. The
prizes will be awarded at the mill of
fice today at 12 o'clock.
Following is a list of the winners:
For best cleaned yard-First prize.
Miss Willie Smith $4; 2d, M?SB Gladys [
Higgenbocher, ?3. Mrs. M. L. Mc
?N'eeley, Mrs". Amelia L?'W1B and Mrs.
Mamie Scott, $1 each.
.For 'biggest piles of trash-T. M.
Smith, S2; Raymond Strickland. SI. SO;
Charlie Smith, SK Tho following
were awarded' r>0 cents each for col- i
lecting trash: Alec Woods, Mack
Hughes, Sam .Moore, George Campbell.
Roscoe Fjoach, Roscoe Smith. Hertha
Hunnicut, Josio Ramie, Clara Routon,
Ed Vaughn, lOjgene Dearbrook ami
i The following are mentioned as be
I lng on the honor roll: Mesaamos L.
L. Sm'th, E. A. Scott, A. M. Garrl
I son, N. H. Jame?, M, R. Richey, Ea
Hunnicut, W. T.' Hones. J. B. Long.
W. P. Slzemoro, SJ B. Williams and
B. M. Penlnnd. I
Judges: F.?. E. Smith, C. W. Her
Itnan and J. T. Frazer. ?
This campaign was syeiematlcally
conducted and it seems that it bar.
worked wonderful results. The peo
ple of the village are to be congratu
lated for the Internst which they have
shown and they extenn an Invitation to
tho people of the city to visit their >
placci and seo what results have been
A LUDICROUS TRIAL.
Atlanta, Ga., April 21.-i-The pf
forts of Charles Pippine, Italian deli
catessen dealer, to convince a jfudgc
and Jury Iti Atlanta that be wouldn't
th'nlc cf selling sausage that makes'
ncoplo sick were so vociforous and so
ludicrous that the'balUffs lind lo lock
the court room doort: to keep out thc
Why Constipation Injures. 1
The bowels are the naturi i sewer
age system of the body. When they ?
become obstructed by constipation a :
part of the poisonous matter which 1
they should carry off is absorbed In
to the system, making "you feel dull 1
and stupid, and interfering witli the i
digestion and assimilation of food :
This condition ls quickly relieved by !
Chamberlain's Tablets. Obtainable i
HERE ARE TH
You simpy go to tee the proj
contamination of impure atmo
the lovely, entrancing landscapt
panse of country as it recedes f
bering that nature and a good <
er properties woud gladly spend
Then Hil out the Coupon and
son, who will Cum it over to th?
the decisions are made.)
1st Prize $10.00.
2d Prize $5.00.
Tho contest will close Thurs
the prises awarded dorina the-/
Friday of thc encampment wee!
If you have t?o way to get to
pleasure in motoring you there
purchased to give sway absolute
Chidren's Kenten Offering Was
Best in History of Grace Epis
Easter was* a great day for the
Sunday b-chool of Grace churuch. At
a beautiful festival service Ute chil
dren presented their Leuten offering
which waB tho best In the history of
Grace church. ? AU during Lent the
children worked for their .Mite Boxes
and on Easter they brought them to
be presented et their annual festi
val. Tho Sunday School marched in
to the church carrying new banners
and with flowers lu their* hands for
tho largo ower crosa which was
made as the boxes were presented.
Together 'with tho offering from the
Bible clas3 (tho Sunday behool gave
between $90 and $95. This offering was
ono of the best ever inado by a Sun
day Behool on Easter, and is thc
record for the Diocese of South Caro
During Lent the ?children nave been
attending a special service for the
Sunday school. Four members of'
Mrs. n. C. Maxwell's class received
pictures as a reward for bringing vis
iting children to all of these services-.
The children,were: Eloise and Uny
lis8 Maxwell, Ruth Fan: and Joe
Earl Trowbridge. The following chil
dren iii add'tion to the above received
ribbons as bvj?es of being on the
Easter roll ot honor for perfect at
tendance at their Lenten services:
Prcssly Steele, Charlotte and Julia
Orr. Hariet Trowbridge, Edna Bris
sey, Matt'e Brissey, Caroline Wilkie
and Julia Picketts. Four visitors were j jj
also given the ribbon. Kenneth Wat
son, Theodoro Maxwell, Benj. Bleck
ley and Marcus Sullivan.
Grace church and its rector is
very proud of"the"r Sunday school,
which together with the children of
two families in Belton, have done
something never seen before in the
Diocese, and that is for the Sunday
school to pay the full parish appor
tionment for missions. The banner
clasB for tho offering was Mrs. Gih
bouey's, thi3 class giving $19.54. .
Tho Food-firtfl? for all Ages
Rich milk, malted grain, In powder form.
For infanta,invalids ?nd growing children.
Invigorates nursing toothers oodtba aged.
More nourishing thftn tea? coffee, etc.
Substitutes Cost YOU Same Pri?e
Indigestion nearly always disturb"?
the sleep more or ; less, and is often
the cause -of insomnia. Eat a light
Bupper with little if any meat, and no
milk;' also take one of Chamberlain's
Tablet3 immediately after oupper and
see-if yon do not rest much better.
. know ??|??
ige .-M&ghts as
ition for a Hom
E CONDITIONS :
\ : * -
aerty; Get np on top of the heigh
sphere, you will drink in the pure, li
3; study the topography of the beau
rom the heights where the reaidenc
engineer have effco.ed in this proper!
I thousands of do?iars to produce-hi
$ .' ?-'' . .. Vl ' y.-v -'-x " .. . . ??' .' Y
I mail it to Mr. P E ' Ctinkecales, c
tcommittee Judging the contest (wi!
3d Prize $3.00
4th Prize $2.00
day night, ?nri? 27thf and the win?
USCtton Safe Which takes alare rV! da
tyy?- m : ' \
the property without walking 'phoa
m ? brand NEW FORD TOURING
ly free to advertise the sale of the lc
CLEMSON WILL PLAY
FORMAN CLUB TODAY
?UCH INTEREST CENTERED
ABOUT GAME THIS AFTER
-ONG MAY PITCH
tanager Henderson Not Fully De
Game at 4:15.
!. CLEMSON'S I'ltUUAHLC ?
? LINE-UP ACJAINHT +
? 1THMAN TODAY *
? Player Poaltlon *
H Anderson, Right Field +
? Major, Second' Bose *
J Parker, Third Base ?
? Harnls, Cateher\ *
h Martin. Center Field ^ +
? McMillan, , Short. Stop ?
* Jordan, Loft Field *
* Janies, First Base "?8?
h Long, Pitcher +
Despite Furmnn's recent victory
ver Clemson at Greenville by a 4 to
score, the Tigers'oro looking for
rard to the game with the Baptist ag
r?gation at Athletic field thlB nfter
obn with confidence. It goes with
ut saying chat the defeat recel ven
t the hands of Wofford yesterday af
ternoon came as somewhat of a Bbock
? tho Man-eaters, but it ls believed
Itat tho Clemson lads will BO into th?
ame with far leBs confidence r.hi?
fieinoon and give Funhan a severe
rubbing. Anderson fans predict this,
t least, and from present ind'.ca
ions they will be there to root in
Manager Henderson decl'ned to say
U8t who he would uso on tho
u.uml this afternoon, hut he intimat
(1 that he would use Long, and lt ls
onfidercd highly probable that thia
ni w ll take the rifle pit.
The game will Hi called promptly at
.l? this aftsrnoo^, and arrangements
3r adequate car service to and from
io gounds have been made.
May be found at thc following
Pr?vost 's Store
W. S. Ramsey's
E. E. Elmore's ' .
C. G. Stevenson's
E. G. Fant's
J. H. Allen's
X OR IND
to where, without fear of
fe prolonging ozone; view
tiful, wavy undulating ex
et will bc built-remem
ty what developer? of o th
ashier of-Bank of Ander
inholding your name until
MAIL THIS COUPON
sra wm be announced and
y; April 2Sth; (itis being
e us and we will take
t CAR wnch we have jost
. -Tri ir Mn' .? a wu**
Other spring furnishings-Ties, ?ocks, Soft Silk Collars, Straw
Hals, Panamas, Leghorns-you ought to see these new things
soon. .They're very attractive and there's a big variety to
j T. L. CELY GO i
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
. Mbre than One Million ROW tn use-800,000
more ere to be sold this-year. No other motor
car in tho entire world hes such ? wonderful
record for service. This year's lowe? sd prices
mean the same Ford car of quality an? reliabil
ity for less money-that's all. The Runabout
is $390; Touring Car $440; Coupelet $890;
Town Car $640; Sedan $740, f. o. h., Detroit.
On sale at
ANDERSON AUTO CO.
Anderson. S. C.
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MR. P ?. CLINKSC ALES, Cashier,
Anderson, S. C. I
My 10 reasons why College Heights ie Ideal I
for Residences isas follow s : |
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