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title: 'The intelligencer. (Anderson, S.C.) 1915-1917, May 09, 1916, Page PAGE SEVEN, Image 7',
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''. 1 am a taxididata ?or Congres* from
the Third Congressional District, sub
ject ' to tea rules of the Democratic
' ! so? a candidate for coagrea* ?rotaj
th? Third Congresidcua? district, sub-1
Jfcct Co the rules of the Democratic j
V,* WO.-'A. HORTON.
I announce myself a candidate for |
congress .from :*he Third District. ?
-Will abide tuIob,'regulations and j
. r?sulta ei th? Democratic Primary.
= HENRY C. TlLLMAN.
1 am ? candidate tor Solicitor of tie
Tenth :?r?yU,;subjact to tho rules of
the democratic party.
'/ : LEON L. RICH.
I hereby, announce mycelf a cmdl
date* ior tho ?iflice ot solicitor of the
. Tenth Judicial .circuit, subject "to tho
rules -and.'^?^ol?tlons of .the Demo
'.KURTZ P. SMITH.
i- hereby-"' announce myself a" con
didato fcr solicitor of the tenth. J?
dloial circuit, subject, to the action
of tb,o D?mocratie party in ?io ejy
suing primary election.
Ji H. HARLE.
I hereby .^announce tnys?lf aa ?,
candidate for - tho office" of Supervisor
of 'Anderson .* e?uaty,:- sublet-to the
rules 'of tho democratic..party.
v REEVES CHAMBLEE.
..?- ? _'r >i -i-Hi^;.
: V hereby announce myealt a cabdl
to the rules of the democratlo pattyi
J. H. CRAICh
I hereby ahu?un?o'myself a cattdbj
dat?. for County . Treasurer, subjaot !
to tho~ruies: of tho democratic party.
;.l. . ; . v... - J. R, C. ORIFF1N.
I hereby annqunjbe myself ft candi-i
date for County Treasurer, subject j
So tbe , rules of- tho democratic party.
S. A. "WRIGHT.
\ I' , hereby aunouncs. raysolf ? candi
date for. re-election to tho office e2
Treasurer for Anders on. county, b?b
, Joct to tho - rules of - the democratic
.' GV.N. C.BOl^jr^*?.;
.1:hereby.announce myself ? caadt*]'
;d&t^::for the office of Sheriff-tor Aa t.
d?fs??' county,, suh&ct to tho rules OlJ
'^tife^moeri v - - i"
? hereby announce myself a' candlr.
j??fo ior Sheriff of Andereon county,
subject tc-tho rules of the Democratic
'primary, i - ' ''-.
W. B. IfJNG.
! hereby auuouace' mySelt ^'ciu?dl-'
data t?or the office of Sherlit-'bf - An
derson ?gunty subject:, to fh? .rules of
the Democratic primary.
y*. p. B. MARRBTT.
I hereby' aniipubco myself as? a can
<Mdste for re-otcctiou to the office of
tihorlff, subject to' the grilles' of ;the|
... DomoorsUvS party. ' ' - '
JCB M. H: ASHLEY*;
. TATiVES " . . .
. "" &>.' ? hereby.' .announce r'tajraplf a cshdi
: .dote for theHoufig of ; Repreaeatstivea
0, f?r; Anderson county, snbJ?tt te tho
'j I rules cf tha.democratic party.
. ' W. W. SCOTT.
hereby announce, myself a cand?
for the office of CJronbr for Ah
nt county/satject to th? rules or."
. d?mocratie party. It has boon my
?d?asure to serve ?z>\\ la this capacity
fbur, yotrs??CvS-l'J. ? ?ecl that ! am.
. capabt?t"&nd ? need thy office. ./'.
? thereby"anaoaucs- l?ybcU; a candi-:
,<iats for r?otc-ctloa to /thoyo?ic? ot
'rferessv for Andorr.on ^^unly. jswbict
th? " rules th? ^inccvaitc prl
j G. ?iARDfK.
by announce.My*?lf ;as a cap.
oidsi for eibcUoa td, fiter-.- o^v
;.Cfreasr.: subj?iV to i.bo;tylos
i-. : SX' -? '
WELL KNOWN CHARLESTON
HU S B A N D PL EA SE D
Says Hiis Wonderful Remedy
"Entirely Relieved1'; Her Dis
.Tanjac was received'.; with ' instant
favor in Charleston, Qjid ' each day an
mcr?asln:: .number of people call at
the Paragon Drug Co., tc tell of the
truly remarkable renalis.- tills . wond
erful remedy is giving theni, and,-In
many case?.to huy. thoir'second, third,
fourth' or f if tit bottles.
The latest C??rle?tlphlan to girc
mi endorsement to Tanlac i;i Mir,, j.
73. Shame, who Teenies M 208 Klug
i-trest, the principal street, of Char
leston. "I .would not be without Tan
lac for anything," said'. Mrs. Slmms
"i have taken only, one - (1) pottlo of
Tanlac, but ?. hav&.becn entirely re
Moved of all '-those distressing* ;> mi>
Continuing, Mrs. Slmms said: '"1
suffered terribly from indigestion,
was awfully nervous and I wasinVa
very .much .Tun'? down * condition gen
erally. I . wou\d havo the-. tnOst. ae
vero.headaches, too.Ohl they were
tecrlblo! I was so nervous I could
pot >*4.t. through * ? moving picture
. "My"sleep was very uneatlsiaotory.
1 have' remained awake a gobd many
nights, rolling, .tossing and tumbling,
and ' feeling thoroughly miserable'.
And ou. those nights and others when
? felt perhapV a little; better. If I
did iget, a utile e?ecp I' would just
dojeo jthrough- the' hours, and the
slightest.noise .would 'wake me.
"I suffered a.gr??t deal with gas
tritis,; and; I. brid to .bo very careful
with'tny.diet. ;A sluggish liver added
to my aliments; and I lacked energy
rod frequently felt listless. I lost'
% great-deal of-weight. .1 ?;\o\v 1|
isr off at letfnt twenty (20;, pounds
weight. I'll toll-you. what
it-through railly was terrible.
knbw,'i have suffered as much an
most of the people .who. hare !>lNght
Tanlac, and great deal more than a
lot o? them, I expect. '^$&Wt
"Medical treatment' - failed to giv*
me relief and all the medicines . I
took would baiy rel lore my troubles
tor} a short time ' I. could only get
temporary -TOlief,' It ?eomed*> no mat
ter-what I tried, and-when ? began j;
taking Tantao I wondcreelIf'it wwid
bo ' Just like the other medicines.
"I wculd havo e'ek headaches, too,
d be forced to go to i)'edv Arter
^thne I would bo .relieved; but It
would bo a. matter of-only a few da
before' r ,\?>uUi have another ?ttae
"I bpu5h.t'T?nlac because''-I a?
and-read of the wonders ic imd. done
fer others: I have taken oly one bot?
tie, but I havp Leetv entl'reiy relieved
of those distressing ey.iip-tom's.' I
have a fine appetite-, not?, and my al
gestivo organs aro In splendid con
dition, it hi a fact, ? have not ha$
One- of tho?o aieic 'hc&'2acn?'|??KOT
since I began taking Tnnla c. i, feel
like, and am a we'll woftian,n//w. 1
f^S&botJght another hotlle,(( and
V^iild hot b?; Without- TanlacjV for
aitythlixg. My. husband, too, inj!going
to take Toalac."
Tha ideal aalesmaia is-yW:Wc
ray ; ni ' ;arptmea*^in?;
hundreds of 'cjSfsiUj'nftera :, &>
dayVwcrk. "4" - - ;
MINI I 'Il Ilill'lHIH'f
il* p; SLSSEiEl?
' Phos? ??i
flu ? If BAM?
:-:\-'WB?ae 8? ''
117 Ei* St.
?aimer sii eatii da?
.To simply, order your konv:
"?ralnted" is not enough?
I've never known a dpg to wtg "
His tall In glee ho didn't feel.
Nor quit bis old tlroo frl?mHt? tag.
At Mina mere Influential heel.
The ycHoVvcrt cur f ever lrnew '^'B
Vvon, to the bojf. who loved Mm, tru*.
I've never known - s dos to show
HS?fwny devotion to hkrfrleod.
To seek a kinder man to know
.Or richer, but unto the end '""'/B
Tho humblest doar I ever knew
Wib, to th? man that loved him, twSj'W? I
.J've^tievSr known a dos to fake
< Affection for a present gain,
A f al&q "dUplay of love -.to make, .
' 8ome little favor, to attain.
Tvs never k'nowti a Prlhc* or 8p.ot
Th^t cocmcd to bo v/hat he Was not.
,l?Ut I have known'a dos to right
' With cdl hi* strength to shield a friend.
And whether wrong or whether right, r :U
To slick--with him until the. end.
And I bava known; a dog to lick AM fl|
Tho hand of hlrn thst i n n would kick.->'.,.
And I.have known a dog to bear : r&?M
' Starvation's.' pangs from day to day / B
With him wbo hnd been slad to o?iaro
His bread and meat along th? way, . ;;-; <
No. do&,' however mean or rude.
In-faulty of li-fratltude..
The'dog, is lifted with the; dumb, , ::v.&V?l
Ko voloo hoe bo to spesk hU cr,? V ij?!H
Uta messages to humans coma !./J ivH
By falthftil conduct, and by deed.
He shows, sa seldom, mortals do,
A high Ideal-of belntr true,
?American Field. :
FARMLANDS OF NATJON
ARE jfeREASW? -JN; VAU?e
tjlve Dollars, Per Acre Added' During
Tho value of farm .Innda of the Unit
ed nmten,- without improvement,; Ss es^
ttmated at $43.05."per "acre. 'as. con*.;
pa red _ wit h $40.85 a year a go; $40.31
two yeaw ogo. $38! 10 ibreo years ago,
afid $3t?-*j:i four years.ago/ Tho Census
reported tnc\ value or farm lands in
1?1Q as $32.40, uu'J In 1900 usj$i'5.5".
per acre. .
- in !recetit years'.; the vnluo of farm
lauds baa been Increasing at tho rate
of about 5 per cent a year, or approxi
mately 4$2 per aero par year. Tbp. egv
ceptlohai .Increase pf the, past, year
-mayj.be explained partly by the reac
tion *fu'the southern cotton atatcs fol
lowing a ; temporary, - depression l?igt
;yosr nud partly by the stimulus given
by', the war . to prices, particularly./??
' Increase* h?ve been general 'through
out-ike United'Stetes, the only. ttot?-;
worthy exceptions being orchard lands
and born? irrigated iaudi in 'the uorth/
wcflt.'which nppurently bad been overf
valued; before.- - - ,0
The" percentage increases in .value of,
farm lauds in the - past, year by see
lions-of the UaHcd States ure; North
Atlantic; states. 10 jicr cent ; 'eastern
part of north centra?.stn?e:vO per cent:
Western part of north^central, states,-.
Iis"'-per cent; sctith..Atlantic states; 1?
peri cent: south central states/11 per
c'pnt: fd,r western" states, 1J per cent:
e^J?re. United States. 11.5 per cent;
I .The;, percentage increases. In farm
/And,-- values ht' four1 yeuru? that is.
4hico 1?I2. ore; North-Atlantic states.
IV per cent: eastern, p?s-t of. north cen
tral eta ten. ' 20-. per. eentr' western part
Ot horth centra! ofate?. 28 per Cent:
south ' 'Atlantic states, 23 , per cent:
Routh.central states.' 25 per cent: far
western-'-states, 54 per cent: entire
United States,-25.T.per cent
These estimates are based' upon re
ports frota crop reporters of tbe, Jbu.
rcali of crop eBrlnjgtea of the depart'
merit of 'asrie'ult'u're.
OJ^L?^ACY COLLEGE COURSE.
Eighty Unt.verej.Ues te Qive Lecture* on
Kigbty. universities, colleges nud nor
m&-7Mluiol9,io .the United States will
co-operate with" the division of jn:er
course and ?ducation of H;o O.ineglo
^adpwmetit. for "li?'c.vnat?o-iirjl peace by
6iyerjn"g,'durli.'^ Ihot/.sunnuer sessions,
course'son internntlonnt-'ihw, interns/,
ilonlv' .relations.'.' American' diplomacy
nntl Span 1th and Latin American af
fairs. Tho Carnegie endoTrmen?,' act
ing' throngit the American. Association
For International Conciliatioti',' will
supply tho instructors in sonio case's or
Will grant.allotment's.:^'-defray part of
-.Th?-.subjects are to be.offered'? a? I
psrt of>liiO regular c?llbgQ' curriculum
and fire to;'bb;-given by experts.
The' wof?; w'a? otfercd in about s?v
:;t.?*.y-iive Institntio?n'last year, nitd the
!"?<sl eGrolImcn? wa^? npprosimn?ely
2tu^,V-TJU? object or tho .work," stw
?essfu?ly' carriedVion? la 1915. .is; to
mwid . ? wider find , more accurate
ituowled^e of iniwrn'n?bn?l polity nud
Thal?ft.;What.,^c^ Vork Oos?v U^4t^ts'
The EeWiw'/'W.:--?. J?,'Qbeiwl?>,rec-.
,of or Sf.:'*>aaf?.I^bsst?iit''^isb?^nl;.
:burch'; cf JBo^hestcr, OR :M?:ftt the sfc*.
na*'me??A'?:.t>f: t^;?6rapMbo:;ef :ti& \
lp.Uyr^j)vtnt feiWfit-!rt.dlsr>lpetlo$Mt5 '
; . ."'Ofe&Wiligi?'w?- f&-'.rti.oi"-''COJU^^^'nS'
2-iS?V?evSt^f ?aesLfs^ir Iloi'^v > 1
Trinity Eaay Prey For Mnn-Eatere.
Parlter =. fend Major G*t
tMcmautf ?oliOgb, S." 0., May 8th,
iSpecial to The' Intelligencer.)
Clemsou wqt):. fron? Trinity this af
ternoon .3 to U in a gume featured by
a home-run by Vick Martin and tlireo
baggers [by Parker and Major.
CIcroaon .. .,. Oil 001 OOx?3-7-1
Trinity . 000 000 000^-3-0
Batteries Krndbardt> and I'mw, An
derson'and <?ce. Umpire, Goodman.
* Get to know and rend IntelH
fencer W?nit Ada and yon. will
ccon see they, will save yea many
a dollar and grt you whnt you
want at the same time.
L IS TEN
. You arc spending toov|
much money! Please
think one minute!
What per cent of
your income do . you
save? Unless you put
"aside some each pay
day you are not doing
your duty to yourself or
;jLoin tttc Savings
r Club now.
Bank of Anderson
i< The Strongest Bank
in the* County. :
''Lofeva Gsfoeaville, S. C. .. .
11 5rk?feBo?? - .....
M fri&sm ..
Arrive Gr^?axwbod '. ?,<.
' Ask; yp?t Tfak?i Agent, *
?its flavor is to different and so
?it can't bite yourtongue;
?it can't parch your throat;
?you can smoke it as long and
as hard as you like without any'
comeback but. real tobacco, hap
On the reverse side of every Pr tee
Albert package you* wHl read :
" PROCESS PATENTED.
JULY 30th, 1907" /
That means to you a lot of tobacco en
joyment. Prince Albert has always been
sold without coupons or. premiums. W?,
prefer to give quplity!
. C?mS*?tM? ;
by K..?. i.r ivnoM*
the national joy smoke
jn goodness and
in pipe satisfaction
is all we or its enthusi
astic friends ever claimed
for it !
S *** * tt">*ry bowdfdo on Up ?0 |
"".w. ?-? ? o,ranger you 4/n in tint
'r -TtSlV* Top?/? you drao into. Far. Prinla
-, Atb*,t in right then ?at tUf,ii,t p?^S?u
L. ?'kaV'"fi '"J1" toCiarco t Tb* tope* nd
?. ttf far a nickr? and tl,a ikty rW
tin for* d.mt; the,,, ttmro'* fhn Und
tome pound ?nd hnlf-pound Un
burmdora and tha prnind
that Aoeps fft?' to
.. btivo in auoA
It answers every smoke desire you
or any other man ever had! It is so
cool and fragrant an? appealing to your
smokeappetite that you will get chummy with
. .it in a mighty short time ! ' ;
'Will you invest 5c or^Oc to prove out our say
so on the national joy I smoke?;
Tfefa i* ihn rtvena ??do of i},o
P>ta?? A?fccit lifo rod ?a,' FU?4
Ibh "Patented t^Tifi"iiiWM?
to-jrou and renn*? w?*t It atut
ta makios Price* Albtrt m ?r*tfc .
to your tihtog.
7:30 \?. ra, P* & N. Ry.
^7?eB:/a,nv . "
. ??O? a^m. ' V'V
.. ; , -8:13 o.'rai
. .SsSO -avm. ' ;
<^^?^1IW1V as follows:
?^e\^c?awaod . .. ,. 9:45 a. -S.-?;':L.Ry>
^:^:.:VAbb^?o .. ,?Oiio:a.m.' : > '
tf. ??^tim ?^ - - .y. j. v j0;30;a.''re,;. ' "
" ?lberton .. . . . ... . ; . UslO ta. "
H ?thaa? ....... . , .. . 1^ :10- pjoon ?
WmrJer .;...;/. . ...?, ,;.12??U'p;W. "
4* LawrenceviUe . .. ...? .:^ iCiab p, m.
B-38 o. mi
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