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Are You Wasting The Pricfe
Of a Titan Engine?
?j ' Jj V?TAN engines run on kerosene.
Average cost of gasoline so far this year,
s6I9.cent$ per gallon.
Average cfost of kerosene 7.7 cents per gallon. 1
Gasoline costs ?wer 100 p?r csa* s?cye th? n fcsrsr
( ce?e. Gasoline is going up steadily. Kerosene is not.
. ;.>. At present fuel prices Titan engines, using koro-. .
11 fiene, save their owners about 1 ? 1 cents per horse power
\ per hour. .
? Arfe you running; a gasoline engine ? What horse power is
it ? ' figure what you'd be saving if you had a Utan kerosene
engine. Rather surprising, isn't it? How long would it take
that saving to pay for a Titan engine of the same size ?..
International Harvester Company of America
? ' (Incorporated)
Titan tiero*?n? eooincs ar? *ohl hw
SUIM 7AN HARDWARE C?i
Anderson, S. C.
? s ' "I'want io tell you what wonderful benefit 1 have re
ceived from the use of Th?dford's Black-Draught," writes
Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky,
. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds,
liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draught
'saved my ' little girl's life. When she had the measles,
they went/ in on her, but one good dose of ThedfortrV
Black-Draught made them break out, and she has had no
moire, jrqubUv. .I. sltall never be without
; ness, ? malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, an? ail similar
?im?nts, Th?dford's Black-Draught has proved itself a ;
reliable, gentle and valuable remedy.
?f you huffer from any of these complaints, try Black- .
Oraught ' It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-flye...
years of splendid success proves Its value. Good tor
yotiji?- and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25.;cen!*':^*>
< . You will .be relieved of
if you have our TWINE.
Most uniform in size-greatest in tensile
strength-greatest number of feet to pound.
No binder can do its best work with sorry
Twine: Our Twine can be depended on to
i : give most satisfactory results. We pay; tjiie
J highest price charged for any Twine manuf'vc
4:tured,; and believe we otter yqu the very best
Jthematicet affords. We buy In solid car lots,
%etting. benefit of lowest possible prices, and
, saving:-much-'in freight. Our Twine and our
price will please you.
'Anderson, S. C*
Belton, S, C.
G^eenviile, Sv C.
? - ; F:?R f "H E?D- TO ROA t
*?40 HOME SH0UL0vBE WITHOUT IT f
. . ALWAYS-'RiADY-.TO*TA-KE, " . I
I ara a candidate for Congress (rom
tba Third Congressional District, sub
ject .to- the rules ol tba Democratic
A. H. DAGNALL.
I aro a candidate tot congress from
the Third Congressional district, sub
ject to the rules o? the Democratic
JNO. A. HORTON.
I announce myself a candidate for
congross from the. Third District I
will abide the rules, regulations aaa
resulta of the Democratic Primary.
HENRY C. TILLMAN.
I am a candidate for Solicitor of the
Tenth Circuit, subject to the rules ot
the democratic party.
LEON L. RICE.
I hereby announce myself a "candi
date for the offley ot solicitor of tbs!
Tenth Judicial circuit, subject to tho
rules and regulations of tho Demo
KURTZ P. SMITH.
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for solicitor of the tenth ju?
dioial circuit, subject to the action
of tao Denu eratic party in the en
suing primary election.
J. R. EARLE.
pp FOR SUPERVISOR |
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate."for Ute office of Supervisor
or Anderson county, subject to the
rules'of-tile democratic party.
' ? W. REEVES CHAMBLEE.
1 hereby announce myself as a
candidato for re-election as Supervl.
sor of anderson','County, 'subject to.
the rulea: of. the Democratic Primary
4 ? - J. MACK KING.-v.
, I hereby announce myself a .candi
date" tar" County Treasurer, subject
to tho rules of the democratic party.
J. H. CRAIG.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for County Treasurer, subject
tb the rules of the democratic party.
J. R. C. GRIFFIN.
I hereby announce myself a candi,
dato for County Treasurer, subject
to tho rules ot the democratic party.
. 3. A. WRIGHT. ;
I hereby announce, myself a candi
date for re-election to the office of
Treasurer for Anderson county, sub
ject to the rules, ot the democratic
. F? 9*$. C. BOLEMAN.
I hereby a uno un co myself n candi
date for tho ofiico of Sheriff for An
derson county, subject to the rules, pt
the democratic party.
T. J. MARTIN.
I hereby announce myself ?i candi
date tor Sheriff ot Anderson county,
subject to the rules of tbs Democratic
W. B. KINO.
I hereby announce i/iyselt a . candi
date ror the office of Sheriff ?t An
derson county subject to the T'aies ot
tho. Democratic primary.
W. O. S. MARRETT,
I hereby announce myself aa. a can?
dldste for re-election tb the, office of
Sheriff, subject to the rules pf tba
Democratic party. .
JOB M. H. ASHLEY.
CLERK OF COURT
I hareby announce myself as ?
cahdld?^e for re-election as ' clerk of
court. Subject^ to' the rules of the
democratic primary election.
? , V JAS.'N. PE?RMAN.
, -. - y** :-:-.v - ....
FOR 6?OUSE OF - REPRESEN*
I hereby wuhounce, myself a, candi
date for th? House ot Representatives
for Anderson- county, eubjoct to the
rulou of tho democratic party.
W. W. SCOTT..
I hereby announce myself a candi
date tor. tho House: of Representa
tives for Anderson county, subject to
the ?oles ot th?.Democratic party. ?
C P . LOG K EY,
1 hereby announce.myself a candi
date foi the office.o? Coroner for An
derson county,-snbjcct tb the rales ot
the democratic, party. It bas been my
pleasure to serve yon. In this capacity
four years? IsOS-lS, I feel that I am
capable, and , I neeoHthb office
: J. ELVA 3 BEASLEY.
: >?I hereby announce myself a, candi*
! date. for r??lection. tb the office of
Coroner for . Anderson county, subject
to t iti? roles of the democratic ptl?
I g-/?r?*.V> -. j J. O. HARDIN, v
.1 hereby announce myself K'S a can
!fdUdata,f^'''?lectji?Q^t?:the. ot?co bl
!<3orba?r/ subject juv :jih?;-faies'? tb?
democratic party .
T. E. PBLFRB?.
? r^reby - announce myself ? candi
dato ..for tho office of Coroner for: A5;
I J^^feMBtjr, subject to the rat?s of
th? democratic primary.
.J, . 0GRDON PRBDBR?CK8.
Card From Su
"?' ? ???? 111 I I I Ll ? Ul . I I .
To the Public:- r
lu announcing my candidacy for re
election aa county supervisor, I am
doing so understanding full well the
fullness of such an effort. That it
will hamper my time that I un already
due the county to make a bouse to
house canvass as. my, opponents will
hove tho opportunity of doing, and
In entering l'assure my opponents thus
publicly tba' ,L expect to meet them
square as one gentleman meets anoth
er and bid them "ITO to lt", because
I run on my record and theirs is to
make'one,.'end ?t they are elected I
hope for the bake of the many thous
and people whom they will serve that
their record may be a' good one. When
I accepted the place by appointment
at tho hands o? Governor Blease in
June, 1913, I determined to be fair,
frank and impartial with friend and
foe alike, and it is for the people to
judge of my conduct in their office
us to tile truthfulness of my promise
to do this,. I'-know that my intention
has been to extend "equal rights to
ali and by?td?! ptUii&geu to none'' in
the discharge of my lutics and in BO
doing I figured that ultimately that
would, re?ult tn good to all the people
in the County. I adopted the policy
of beginning at. one aldo of the coun
ty and working every road as I came
to it, as I would a field, until I reach*
ed the other side, changing the grade
on the main line roads as well as
widening them, working the cross
roads,' and in so doing I have en
countered many difficulties that might
have jarred many men from their
policy; hut I have always adhered to
my policy most zealously, .and the har -
der they fought'me In high and low
places, the' more* determined have I
been to make believers of those who
oposed me. " If i succeeded tn con
verting Ute smallest portion of my
former opponents, I felt fully repaid
for my efforts to give a square deal
in this office.' On July 1st, 1013, An
derson County was on the threshold
of disruption insofar as equipment,
eta, waa concerned. I found 'my
self badly handicapped Insofar as get
ting oh a business basis was con
cerned.. ? I found the county paying
a. high rate fbr.'hfr money. 7 per cent
discount, and /buying her suplies .at
retail prices. 'I Immediately cet
about to remedy In so far as possi
ble this condition. In 1904 I succeed
ed in borrowing, money at 51-2 per
cent;: a saving cn that year's loan of
about $3,000.00. and on 181G at 3 3-4
per cent strajglil interest, a saving
on lids year's loan of about $3,000.00.
amounting on this Item' alone for tho
three years *&at J, have been In office
to in round numbers about $8,000. lu
tho three ycavs I havo drawn in
."wages", $3,600.03, Take one other
item-coal. We, consume about 400
tons coal annually. I buy it whole
! salo In. car load,, hts at about $3.40
?a. saving of ?C0f).O'i anually on thb:
; item and.did.?pD.co aid their readsrs
! patience not,.conflict,; I. eonld. enume-r
; ate-what I.'sav&?,to <the'. county or
shoes, grain and'eha'ng?ng supplies
amounting to at least sn equal amount
j to the interest saving. annually; oi
Io be exact, or near exact, say nol
less than $5.000->to $0.000 annual!}
against conditions as 1 found them
and I figure that if. X can keep thtt
system for another term that I car
fret our roads in a good physical con
dition and our financiers In good shape
i am askir.gr for tho office solely ot
worth and merit,;and because I thinl
f am entitled to ?t least another tern
in order, to vindicate my policy Q
.'equal rights to air and special privi
leges to none." on th o road propsitlon
and in announcing a continuance ol
this policy I do so fully realising that
as iu the past I will be fought fierce!j
by ? certain clique that believe most
ardently that tho supervisor la a too
to be used, to the /interest ot certaii
localities und mich, a policy li
bot to the interest of. all
people. My only promise is if elect'
ed to be fair, frank, and Impartial
and continue as In the pasta to bo tuc
supervisor for alt the people. Om
other word and I ara done. When !
haye gotten over tho county with thli
better claes of work which I term "per
manent preparation^', unless I ge
more liberal appropriations for main
tenango cf roads nud air. compelled t(
do the.work with chain gang labor, m j
proposition would .bo to cut the chain
gang Into four squads instead o
thrb?as afc; present, potting ene gani
In each four townships and allowing
lt to remain as a, fixed proposition ah?
belonging exclusively lo the four town
ships in which it 4s located, and un
lesa there bo more liberal appropria
tl?ns io; maintain .roads this shall b
my [policy. Vhen -t" get over th
county, which I think 1 will bc abl
tc,,accomplish th's year, or nearly cc
My friends .think that I. have succeed
ed admirably with my policy whei
they consider that all the supplies
buy are from' 20 to 40* per cant high
er than., tho? ? wo::e . a few years agc
and of course my ''dyed tn the wool
enemies will not'think, well ol' m.
work lt mattera not what I ?&?mQ
1$ politics; but lt Bhfovli nipt be sc
.However, l am ' aslant of ell th
pi opio and expect' io continue to ex
tend due courtes? ' end e?urd she
to oths, feuffiblest sa well as tb th
? most cower?ui ciiiBen of bur ' c?tintj
dna hy|*r -c^dlUbM desire t
meatian is Ute ?febox?ous sitaatto
Ui?? 1 found- tXUflmiM the chais
prisoners \o Bleep hi the sanie quarter
. with th? negro cortvlcU. S/irauu?j
?d White and : colored prtsonsrs ? an
iiaused to be opened up a separat
steeping tent for nbc whites and ?ftc
: two. years e^rl-ace ;ahmg this Hu
??tc-Tevoi??g practice ? ?ohnd ft whs
w*tto moa. to .'. ^cafcy ., the; cima tea
! ;.'?rti*^*?T??*;. t?a^i^'^itttti.-rfti;
aa the candidate ot no wire controlled
combination or locality, but solely on
my record, aa a servant of ali the peo
ple, "liri bearing no-ill will to any
one un'eas it bs possibly the combin
ation that has an unmercifully and de
spttefully used me since I have beeu
in the public eye, and if the Lord
can forgive hem for the rank in
justice done one who is doing his
level 'best to raise end educate three
motherless children and care for an
aged mother, as well as extract socie
little pleasure out of life for himself
as he passes, I say if the good Lord
can forgive them, I surely can, and
hope when this campaign ls completed
to be able to exclaim "Victory won,"
justice io all.
J. Mack King.
Adv. r .
"II CERTAINLY WAS
??B??BT HE Stiff
S?LKINS SAYS TANI?C WAS
ONLY REMEDY TO GIVE
"IS MOST WONDERFUL"
Oakley Man Tells of His Terrible]
Suffering With Rheumatism
and Aid Tanlac Gave
I want to say that Tanlac ls the
only thing which ever gave rae re
lief. Rheumatism was my greatest
torturo too." In these words, E. L.
Sllktns, a logger ct an Oakley. 8. C.,
camp began to tell of his physical;!
troubles and of the relief Tanlac gayr-j
him-relief which he said he consid
ered truly wonderful.
Mr. Sllkina' statement follows, avtfn
I in one which should create a-profound |
impression with those who Buffer tm]
'I suffered from Indigestion and
I rheumatism. These were my most
I rHBh*ABBigg troubles. . i would ' ave
full, heavy feeling around my stom
I ach af tor eajtlng.. 1 could not eat
vegetables, and when I did take a'
I chirico and cat vegetables 1 ?. would
I suffer terribly with gastritis.
"I went to several physicians for
treatment, but they would not tell me
what was wrong:' with me. They
would .tell me that they, would cure'
me, but I want th say right hero that
Tanlac is the only ? thing - which has !
ever given me relief. . j
"Rheumatism was my greatest tor-j
turo, and it certainly wan torture,
too. " X could not Bleep and "I hud
poins in my hack and sides all1 tho
time, day and night. They certain
ly gave me a terrible time, and I
could not get easy. I could not sit
down with .any comfort, and I would
neva .-to put pillows behind my should
ers and prop myself up when I did
sit down. My liver was sluggish and
I felt sleepy and worn out all the
.'I bought Tanlac b?banse lt was fee?
[commended to ?ne by a gentleman who
had usted lt and had been greatly bene !
fitted by it. My relief from Tanlac i
has been truly wonderful, I think. X.
have used only two (2) bottles, and '
I feel better in every respect. ; V.X
can ?at anything I want now 'and
do not aimer with gastritis. My
rheumatism ts entirely gone now. That
ls the thing which pleases mo most
My liver ia working normally -now,
and I sleep welL,, ,.- , v'<
" "Tanl&c ls cortainly tho most won
derful remedy I baye ever used. It
has relieved mo - absolutely and timi
la far more than anything else was;
able to do. I certainly do recommend
Tanlac for what lt did for ' mo, and
I shall always have a good word to
say for it." 'v vV;;
Tanlac, the m aa i cr medicine, -, ic
sold ! exclusively ; In Anderson by Ev
ana' Pharmacy, two stores.-Adv.
' Fe* Infants and Ch?dwif?
RAGS Of ALL KINDS
I will pay S1.B0 per Lundrcd, cash
2Bo per hoed rod for ol 4 fifcrcp
4o per pennd Tor ola ?otoatoblto
" lea t>er inui^^WM^-iMimi
-abd -Tb? .I?tg1^:C*4?.-'.W??
al! kinds of old iff*** Copper, .a**/
Jf yon nava aa teach os: iftO poands
ot any of the *bo*a 'phoue ra? and
Xii call for it.
Wanning ?trwt, Near Bloo Ridge
.::V.r--;lft?ia' STL'. " . v- im
Value giving is the foundation
of this store. Ahi our large and
constant growing number of custo
mers is the best proof that our rep
utation for honest values is found
ed on solid facts.
SneHmgburg Makes the
H vigil*!* if
Kr ash Suits
That's the best reason we have
for belling them ; we tell, you they
are the best clothes in America, and
.rio better clothes are made at any
Come in and see the extra val
ues at $6.50, $8.00, $10.00. You'll
Belts to match any shade in any
fabrip suit, Palm Beach, silk and
leather . .'....50c
; HIDDEN t?X>U?LE ^
. Because your teotb ate faultless In APPEARANCE,itdoe'ai not
necessarily follow" thkt';lhey ar? SOUND. HIDDEN TROUBLE may
be coinmencins in unseen places. Decay in often' present for . weeks
BEFORE it becomes apparent. Tho uuilf?ll dentist can detect these
places and PREVENT discoloration and dlseasis. Qa at leant t'TO^K
yonr io your dentist, end have your teeth examined.
' . DR. HENRY R. WEULS*
Office.Ove? VatmeJ? & Merchants Dcafiu
Tt?i? M. .. . ABoersT, S. ?, . Grace ?rseae SS?.
The Aa?ersoB Ceimty Mutual Fire tarnee Co
J. J, ?3SITH, Pres???ut aaa Treaiarer S? J, MAJOR Tte? fmt?eat
JOHN A. MAJOR, Secretary
. THIS IS -A HOME GOMPANY
Call ?od cea aa ?? Peoples Bunk
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