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S&SS GAR1UC5C, OF COLUM
? BIA WAS T?LD HER CASE
S&? CW?nu?d, After Oepratiozi* |
j to S?fl?r Severely, Bot Found
Relief in Tani?c
: "You have about-three months' to
\U?," Mles Eulo Garrick was told af
ter an- operation more than a year
ago,' according to her jj r. ? o t cm c n t.. Hiss
in;i ?lek said: u1 o?d not die, but I
if bl.'. continue ' to feel terrlui? until -1
recently found, a meaho of combating
' Mina Garrick .says she believes sho
has ht hint found the moans of re
storion; her health,i which all too . soon
for lier year% has during the past
ten yearn threatened to break down
completely. ?j MisB "Garlck lives ?t
l??O Huger St., Columbia, and sho
vi'.o interviewed at her home.
She has'boen a sufferer for a long
time with stomach trouble and h num
. ber ot other ail m en I B, which reduced
Ker health .almost to that- of rn in
valid and which mado her wretched
all the time; she said. Tanlac, the
master medicine, however, (Miss Gar
rick believes,- will prove its superior
worth in her .cas? as it haa in. hun
dreds pf other coses in Columbia.
Her '. statement follows :
-T have suffered for ten years with
stomach trouble, Indigestion, nar
v?usn?ss; " ": sleeplessness,' headaches
cijd my system .has been' In a very
ran down condition. More . than
year ego I. becanrti'so ill that I ??U
? _ *opld dio and I .was told after ?
brui undergone an-operation-that my
stomach was 1n. such, condition ' that
3 cQultt:hardly live inor?;' then three
month?:; ? '
"?f course I did not die, but I did
continue to f?ei terrible, arid nothing
seemed to relievo my ailment?. ? took
immy klpds of medicine, but to no
avail. . I would have headaches .fre
(iuLi-.tIy, and they were so. painful I
thoughtsurely I would gp crazy,.so
nervoun did: I become. When these
? terrible'headaches , would come to nie
I. would have to remain in my room
tittil- they wero trelieved. I would
?liffAr with a full heavy feeling about
. ?y -sicniach after eating and 5" was
.v'Sneed ' to. eat : a ? very light diet,
slept fitfully at night and really se
cured very little .rest. "My. condition
ima been slowly but steadily becom
. lng worse fer tho past ten years"
"I te^? great deal of the good re
suits Columbia had obtained from
: taking* Tanlac* and I decided to try lt
*^ne first- bottle, relieved my' stomach
trouble to an extent which I consider
remarkable ' I began to sleep well,
edd' my pppette became normal, so
much flidil Improve I would make
ttt night and be so hungry-that
*f^??;?iave. io get something to . eat,
Sjy> system. respondly immediately'to
Tanlac, and it ib bulld???g up ' notice
'.'. ably. . .' :'' ', :<[ ?? 3r ;
i-^'Taniac is a great medicine. and.?',
era always glad to recomcapnd.it, tot j
it, certainly did improve my condition
*,' remarkably. It has duo, lt .many good
t Tanbie, tho master medicino; Unsold
; exclusively by E?ahs* Pharmacy two
JES?nrcs; Anderson. , .
CANADIAN INDIAN WiNy
WAH MEDAL FOR BRAVERY.
.. ?, ?. t
Doesn't Know Why Ha PioW byf H-j
Old Ki!l ?Wo! th? lEiitmiy.
F. Pegahingabow fsa Canadian In
dian, SOO Of n Cillpf Wtincn trllirv ?lvft?
not^ far from Toronto. 'jpeg*' ts ?the
name hy which he ls known among the
Canadian Boldlers flgbtbag in the,Ypres
salient. Recently he woimhe D. C. M.
(distinguished conduct medal), and aft
er ho luid received the honor ho wns
force* to tell lila trenebmates the story.
"I don't snow much/' ?.Feg*.' began,
"i Judian. live little puce In Canad?:
? Ono dey man come, say?. ' You ought
fight' I say, 4I fight. Where 1 go? He
tell me. ! By and hy I, get: out - here.
Don't know why I fight. I messenger
for - officer. - He t ell mo take message,
?ind I take lt. .Ono day we have, real
fight Captain* tell me take message.
I thke it and come back. Take a::'other
ns^Tflgc'coss back. Fin?, ??y capU?u
i.dead.- lien they get out trench,, go after
[ Germans. . Kill my captain. ? golj?stae-,
; thing fighting for. Take captain's re
volver and go with men. Ko use stay
ing In trench. We run fast.Somebody
say hundred yards, but I think mlle.
, Se many bullets flying all around us.
1 . "By and by we come German dugout j
We got no bombs left tq. throw- <?jer
nutn ofj > > ?u dogout I iose my cap
tain's lw.viso use, pay bayonet.
Men say, 'Wait Peg, we g?t bombs,' I
say, 'I go after him.' Then I ge ln dag
out German he " shoot - ot me two
! '. /,Feg,'4)aiiaed. ."What'd j?n ?o?" chc
v tin rd hnlf.n do;-, on listen era.
"Hell," "Peg" said in the sam? ?lucid
way. "I get him with my bayonet Be
can't shoot ngn?n. ' Killed my captain.
I.get Wm. .i don't know much. -? I In
dian.* ./.'.*; .
British VeMtl Thought Carcass[Wasa j
Gorman Submarino. . .
British naval ci rel ca in London and j
elsewhere ere laughing nt ibo .export-1
enees of a ^rtaln British. war^vessclin j
'the Mediterranean recently* .
Breaming about en patrol dr. ly, ana in]
.searchet a troublesome enemy s ubina,
rln e,' tho warship's lookout observed a I
. suspicious appearing1 object several |
thousand yards away..
.i: l? Jogfced remarkably like- enc ci j
!ho-,?. pew German submarines t?lth j
foui'. businesslike periscopes just clear
ing'the surfuceof the .tvntcr^ Tie Jookt
ont gave thealarm, nha 'instantly gnni
were thr6wIng'.8h?lls. and .shrapnel.in
. tho direction of tho enemy. :
. AD nil good Yrar vessels do in tho fnco
. of danger.- thia warship forged ahead
at full speed, though' zigzagging a blt
to minimize thq danger oj n, possible
torpedo., Drawing nearer^ tbp enemy
pun gent gasee were; .found ;to. beeper .
meatlng tho -alri?nd- there' was ?need
'?k$M respirators; which were. bronght
, yrlth ali speed: from below; :
Then the.'vessel nish el peil m??l p t ?
tho four periscopes In an effort to r?tnf
the fearless .Unterseeboot"
.The enemy WP? rammed accordingly. I
Moregusc? contamina ted thc air, but I
there was a suspicious tack of chlojrine, j
which 1B ustnlly employed by the Ger-,
innns. ' ? .
It was not terrine Uta?.' the ..re-ports
In naval circles bay. hcf?r?all onboard
were awnfo that the enemy .wns, In
fact; a deci^B??.'????, evidently WVWH
overboard from some transport .carry
ing artillery niUts,
?W$ AMUSING ANSWERS;
Amazing I do J. s Presented by Youths-of
-, 'Some - amusing exarpples of 'school
.children's ideas- are provided hy rerent
examination papers Iii Kew York city.
Here are a.few choice specimens:' ;
lb India a mau out of a cask may not
marry a women out bf anotherehsfe. '
Elaine gave Launce?ot aici^^JM?io
fore he departed for the t?urn?ment.V
!.' He succeeded b?banse ; he hld entry
pricp (enterprise); '
' Tennyson wrote "Ia Memorandum.''
Parallel lines . ure tho same distance
ell tho way aim do not meet un?^Wjw
An angle is a trianglevwith'eliXy 'twij
The;QoahScitlons for ^?tisonsbip ere
, that:'you must he neutral b?ri? or mude.
, iGf?^aUon Vis'-- that .which if. thae
were ta'ne we ohould all fly away:.
; reute K VI.^ was gelntined durieis |he
reSe?L revolution. ' .
l^o&LUntnln "range is i largo sited
cook (cooking) stove. - V
; Horsepower;i? the distance ono boree
can carry ??io?nd of water le an hour
-Guerilla warfare Is where raen ri
EUS ?tS? S&Pt
run Hcnu Kaut
Fifsf Guest fp Caist Coali
tion Set For August
AERIAL W6HWAY TO RESULT
Aero Club of America Gol i eves Con
teat Will Siimuiato Moro for Aviation
In National Dofenao-Routo Not 8?
looted, and Various Cit le? May off or
Ottier Primo to Contentants.
Flans for tbe first transcontinental'
aerov?as competition h?vo been com
pleted by tbe Aero Club of America, lt
will In'all probability start is August.
-A first prize of $20.000 may be set
saide by tho national aeroplano fund
for tbe aviator making the best tim?.
Otbcr cash prizes, which will total
about ? io:3,000. will be raised by tbe
club.' A. prize trophy..to be awarded
to tho vr inner of similar races -held
each 5-0:1 r has been offered by Itaipu
Hawley Outlines Boheme.
In aketehlng tbe plans for the compe
tition Alan B. Hawley, president of the
Aire club, said:
'"The value of the transcontinental
competition will bo thoroughly nppr? <
elated by the country at large; und wo |
cse 'rest assured bf tho co-operation of .
th? numerous organizations now help- ]
lng the Aero .Club of Amerlcn to de
velop aeronautics for national defense' :
and . to establish permanent landing
stations for aeroplanes.'
- "Cities oed organizations along tho
routo ?3 well as Individuals will be in
rited td taff or prizes. ' We aro uow I
awaiting wera nom n city on the coast
which may offer $20,000 to make that
city, tho termination of the rhee. Other
cities will offer between $5.030 and
410,000 for prizes In order to bb made
'cantrols,' where the aviators will stop
for twelve'hours. Tbe contest commit
tee suggests therefore that dechtlcn ns
to tho route to bo followed; be post
poned* until tho plan is made known to
'Oil the cities', organizations and indi
viduals that may. wish' td cooperate, Ss
Pirat Prix? May; Ba .$20,000..
"We hopo that our appeal' for prises^
will bring such responses'that awards'
" n be given hs follows; si, ..'
"First prize, $20.000: second. $19.000;
ltd,. $10,000: fourth, $7x600;, fifth, $6/
OOO; sixth,i $2,000; seventh. $2.000, and
\. "it to these can be addednpcclol
cKicsj-inatl carrying,, longest sustained
' flights made and so on tho total amount
^vjll pb ^substantial', that the ndlitl?'
of-every state and organizations co-op^
?eratlbg* -will, 'enter ,well equipped UT la
tors in tho competition ond use the
prize'money tb build.aviation detach
. Tho race*, tho . con test > committee
hopes, Will result In steps'uetag?iakcn
tc #st5y?i5T?i !K i, permanent rra?scpnUf
ncntai . beri?r. highway, with lauding
elations nt intcrvalSfOf.betweenjt'woh
?ty and fifty mHea, Tiri*, it M believed.,
will popularize nerlai louring:ns well'ns'
? give ,the natloQ a new unobstructed
highway invaluable for national de
-fense.'?? '... ? "
. '.' ,.V.\ . V i *-;-:-:
STAfft WIPE SPEtUNG-BEE?
Champions of EV?ry County IR New
V>' York to Meet lb Content,
. ';:. A hugo spelling bee whick will lake
.in theI whole state of New York will
end th a battle royal at tbe Syracuse
atate '.'fair ./grounds, Sept, 12, when
champions rirom every" county hi tho
state will compete for four prizea of
,-$50 each. . ' Contestant*:'-wilt be .'chosen
at .preliminarybees-to bo held tn etch
supervisory , district, and tho ata?era
will receive ft'fre4 trip to the fair.
In a school bulletin just issued by
tho ; TJnivei^lty, bf the State of Now
York 8.20? .wbtda: are bubushed; ou
^jisrhlck.thje candidates will ba tried out
: In ah,r article entitled ' '*C?n We. Learn
to Spell?" tho ''.bulletin'- smashes the
'alibi of'those v?iio claim theyLhavc in
herited the inability to spoil correctly.
Bomb people, .it admita, ure. "Bbarka";
and 'after t?aviuff seen n word once
- or heard It spelled never forget: it
.But tbeso ure very scarce Aa for tho
Vreat of '"us:
"Do not assume that to acquire tho
ability tb; spell you must, hove some
er^ciai mental gift any moro than you
;.VPOuld ; expect to l?iiro , geometry or
}t*?a hy ft special' sift- At tit? end of
Y^e'ieontha yon'.will perhaps be sar
'(prts?d .ib . fthd yourself ? pretty, good
euer." :/_. ; . .
Patent ^Leather Ties for Ladle:?, <
woltL solo that' is very flexible. >
on salo boro for ... ... ...*...
Patent Leather Mary Jane Purni
Very low heels. Worth $2.00. i
for... . .. ..
White canvas rubber sole Veraudi
Girls, plain .white, 'trimmed with
black trimmed wit!i whlto, 82.00
for ... .v*...< .
Potent Leather Mary Jane Pumpi
lin soie. . Better than leather and
? rubber. .$^00 values hero for.
FOR 95 CENT
We offer one pair ladle
ent leather pumps, welted
and Leather heel, worth $3
To'Tke Public .* ; .
. ."I havo. been,. UBing Chamberlain's
Tablets for indigestion for the past six
months and it affords me. pleasure- to '
Bay I: have never ' used a remedy that
did mo so much good."-Mrs. C;.E.
Riley, llllon, N. Y, Chamberlain's Tab
lets are obtainable everywhar.
PIEDMONT & NORTHERN
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Mo. 30 ......V;.:;..... 6:26 A.
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I om a candidato for Congress from
the Third- Congressional Dl:itrlc$^b*l
Jo?v lo,the rjilo?I pf the D?mocratie}
A. H. DAONALL.
jj1 ?. . '?? ?' 1 "??"W
tUll UWt? II
> come to this shoe store fi
tat ic if you want to save w
?low is a genuine "bargain5
e for yourself.
?uban heels, 0NC ,ot ?f Tan and ?
Vorth $3.60, for n"30- Broad shape
... ...$?.45 on today's market |4.0(
is for Qlf ls. * '" 1 " . "r * * "
)n salo li oro w ?.1 1 ' "j ??? ??1 "?
..s?!.."!?' * POR
i Pumps for ?
black and ___ _
values here We" offer .one.
.W?00 patent gray top
kj -erith?nco-*- J tien. S??- ? *
softer than .'r- *KC. -.
;.\ ;..,f.%08 '-?, .
5 I GeisbergBr
1 sole "Shoe* Th
I am a candidate for congress'from 1
the Third Congressional district, cub-j
io ct to the rules of tho Democratic
Primary; ' .- ?
JNO. A. HORTON.
I announce myself a candidate tor
congress from the Third District I
will abide the rules, regulations ! and
results of the Democratic Primary.
. HENRY C. TILLMAN.
.FRED DOMINICK IS A CANDI
j DATE FOR CONGRESS SUBJECT TO
! THE RULES Ol' THE DEMOCRATIC
I PARTY, v..
! t am a candidate for Gol lc! tor of the
Tenth Circuit, subject to tho rules, of ]
the democratic pur?y.
LEON L. RICE.
I hereby announce myself a candi
dato , for tho .office. of aollr >. br of tho
Tenth Judicial circuit, Subject to the
rules and'.regulations, of the ' Demo
cratic primary. <*? '
KURTZ P SMITH.
\.I Mreby announce myself a can
didate to- solicitor of tho'tenth . Ju
diebil c cuit, sub?oct . tb tho action
*)f . ?ho; democratic party lu" the.en
suing primary election.
! " J. lt.; ?3?RLJ3.4
, - . . -
.Vt .'ho reny announcer mycalf an - a
candidato for tho oulco or buporvisor
cf Anderson county, subject .to the
roles of tljo .democratic party!
?'.?^I hereby? uisnounro^ myself as a
candidato for. reelection as Supervi
sor'or Amlni so? ;. ?unty, subject'tb
the tules of 'ibo Dembcratlc Prithary.
r .-J.- MACK KINO.
A' ? : CATION .' . .
I hereby announce.myself a candi?
date for the office.bf Superintendent
w your suriner footw<
loraey* Every item nar
'--all we ask is "come i
tua Me lal welt OxfordB
and good wearer, worth
>, on -rale hero 'for;
.. j?t,'. Women's
1*2 to 7.
with heel w
Oho lot s
$400. 15.00 a
Good for au
Ono lot hi
of.Education tor Anderson county,
subject to the rules of tho D?mocrat
ie'primary. Flatform: Efficiency in
the Behool room, , batter schools tn the
rum! and mill districts, more Ander
son county'glrlB as teachers and ho
partiality Whatever in selecting teach
' I hereby announce myself a candi
date for re-election to tho office of
Superintendent of Education, subject
to the rules of the Democratic party.
J. B. PELTON.
"1 hereby nun ou nco myself a candi
date for County Treasurer, subject
to tho ru!CG of the democratic partir*.
I hereby announce myself a candi?
da*':.. 2or County Treasurer, subjoct
te. the rules of t'.'.o dem oe IT. He party,
?J. Xi. C. GRIFFIN.
1 hereby announce '..myself a candi
date for County, Tren.,m er,subject
to tho rutea of tho democratic party.
S. Al WRIGHT.
1, hereby announco myself a candi
date for; ro-o?e?tlon. to Jthe office ot j
Treasurer for Artdoraop. couuty,; abb-H
joct tb tho rules of the democratic
* Ow N. C. BOLEMAN.
~* SHERIFF ~ ~~
by nimouut nyB?lf a candi- j
flaW for the offico'of Sheriff for Ah |
deruen county, ?ahiact-io- the T?ls?.e?}
the,democratic party, I
T. J. ' MARTI JV',
5 hereby . announce myself a candl
duto for, Sh?ri?f.; qf Anderson, county,
??i:l.i|?.-c:l to the rulen bf tho Democratic
yr> B. KINO.
fl hereby, announce myaolf a- candi-1
data tpr the office of Shortff of An
derses county subject to the rules ct
the Democratic primary.
. ? ?? W. ?, ,fi. MARllBTT.
to put it off till
Begm now yt*
your of fice ai
iva? Rubber. Solo Oxfords for Me?,
ortb $2.00 on salo bore. .'$i?2S
oot Sandals for boys and girls, soft
All slzos up to 2. Price %1M.
ampio Oxrords for nun ' In Patent
n Metal and Tans-w<v?ib. ' $3.50,
nd S6.00 on sato hore for.; . ,$&25
?vasa Rubbor Sole shoes Cor ?iris,
mmol- wear-regular $J>.50 valu??
.... . . . . ...?i.??
ind turned Patent Loather Pumps
heel, 13.00 valuo, hero for....$1.95
offer one lot sample clip
r women, In gun metal and
Jeat?x?r, worth $2.50, $3
X hereby announce mysolt as n can?
dldate for-j ejection to the office pt
Sheriff, subject to tho rules pf the
JOH M. H. A8RMI-V
CLERK OF COURT
I horcuy announcp myself os a
candidato for re-election '?' as clerk'of
court, tubject to ' the rules of tito
doniocratlc primary election.
JAB. ,M. PB ARM AN. / ,.:
I hereby announce myself a> candi-;
to for the Rouse bf Representatives
for Anderson county, subject to tho
rules ot tho democratic parly.
, W* W. SCOTT.
ty hereby announce' myself a candi-"
date for tho Houso of . Roprcscnta
voB' for. Andoraon county, subject to
he rules of tho Democratic party.
e.p. LOCKE Y,
The Mill Candidate,
I hereby announce wiyflolf .?.,candi
date for thc o'fflco of Coroner for An
darson count}',.aubj?cUto tho rulos pf
the democratic-party,'.-lt Ima boen roi*
pleasurci to sbrvo you in this.capacity
four yearfl. 1?I03TI2. If coi that J ala
capable and I nned tho oilico.
J, ?bVAS BEASLEY.
I hereby announce n-r^sglf. a candi
dato for reelection to tho ellice nt
Coronor for^And^rson county,. mibJiSt
ii?vino T'U?OS.'OT'xn?'.??noereitiQ pri
J. ?. HARDIS.
i h-roby announce jny&el'f ?'( a can
didate for electioni."'td: \hoj' bulee ! of
Coronar, subject io tho TUVCO ofthu
',. T. , E. PlCLiKREY .
f. hereby .announce; my^If a eVndi
dato for the outee of Coroner tor'An
dors?a couuly, subject to tbo rules of
tho-'dor?ocr?tlc primary. '
J. QOHDON. FREDEIifCK?.
5very hot ?ay.