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,:'V*. \ iin a candidate for Congress from
?lie Third Congressional District, sub
ject.; to the rules of tbo Democratic
, A. H. DAGNALL.
Vi am a candidats for congress from
the Third ConEresaional district, sub
ject to tho rules of the D?mocratie |
Primary.^ - 1
> JNO. A. HORTON.
I announce myself , a candidate for
congross from the Third District I
pifll 'abide the rules, regulations and
results of the Democratic Primary.
: HENRY C. TILLMAN.
- FRED D0M1NICK 18 A C?NDI
DATE FOR CONGRESS SUBJECT TO
THE RULES OF THE DEMOCRATIC
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! I am a candidate for Solicitor of the
Tehth Circuit, subject to the rulea of
the democratic party.
! LEQN .-Li RICH.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the office of solicitor ot tho I
Tenth Judicial circuit, subject to th? )
: rules arid regulations ot the Demo
. KURTZ P, SMITH.
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for solicitor of the tenth Ju
dlolal circuit, subject to the action |
' ot the Democratic party in the. en
suing primary election.
?, . , . V . R- EARLE.
! FOR SUPERVISOR
l I hereby announce myself aa
eandldato for th? 'office of Supervisor
of Anderson county, subject to . the
rnles of the democratic party.
W. REEVES CHAMBLEB,
I hoyeby. onbownce,' myselff>aa a
i candidate ' for * re-election as fiuporvi
'?er? tit ?hd?r son1 County, subject'to
. tub. roles ot the D?mocratie Primary
SUPERINTENDENT OF EDU
I \ CATION
q; ' : , ' ?
W-.fg hereby ,' announce myself s < andi
' dateWjM tae' office of ^Superlntcud?nt
?f Education' for j 'Anderson county,
mibjor.t to tho' vulea of tho nnmocrst
Ic primary. Platform: Efficiency in
#b* school room/ better schools in th?
rural and mill di'.jrlcts, more Ander
sen county * girls .as teachers and no
,partiality whatever in selecting, teach
:."'' G. T. WILLIAMS.
. I. h?roby announce m. self- a candi
date, for, re-election to the office of
Superintendent of Education, subject
to the rules of the Democratic party.
.T. B. EELTON.
I ; t hereby ; announce myself a candi
date tor Count/ Treasurer, Bubjoot
to. the rulea of the democratic party.
J. H- CRAIG.
.1 .hereby announce: myself a candi
date for County; Treasurer, subject]
to tho rules of tie democratic party,
ii , J. it. C. GRIFFIN.
, L hereby announce myself a. candi*,
'dato for. County Treasurer, subject]
to. the rules of the democratic party.
,8. A. WRXGsHTv ;
1 hereby :announco myself e candi-.
date fa? re-election to the office .ofl
Treasurer "for Anderson county/ sub-j
j set to Ute rules of .the . democratic'
, Ow N. 0. SOLB?$^
- e.t fi. .mi' ' .ni n I m_ I
Z hereby announce myself a candi-1
flato for the office of ShcrlK to* 'An (
deraon county, subject to the rules off
the dcaocrotlc party.
- - c T, J. MARTIN.
I hereby announce myself a candi- L
date for SberUr of Andersen county, |
, subject to the rules of the D?mocratie [
p- : W. B. KING.
I hereby announce myself a candl
data for the office of Sheriff of An
? derscu county subject to tho rulea of.
th? Damocrr-tlc prime ry.
W. O. S. MARRETT.
WOMEN IN DR. WA1TE
Mise Elizabeth P. Haniwlclc is a
young woman of New Jorecy who
wired to tho coroner at Grand Fuplds
suggesting an autopsy on the body of
John E. Peck, father-in-law of Dr.
Arthur Warren-Walto on trial ,',
LOSS $25,000 IN
GOLD A MYSTERY!
Money Strangely Disappears From]
Vaults San Juan Bank
San Juan, Porto Rico, June 2.~
Mystery attaches to the disappearance
of $25,000 in gold from tho valuta of
the Banco Tcsritorla?y Agricoin, 01
tbjs city, which officials of the. bank,
today admitted. Is missing.- Tho bank
authorities have, replaced this num
out .of their personal funds.
. According to the statement isseud
by the officials, tho gold, in five bags!
of $5,000 each, war,' last coune d last
December. ' On another counting of.
cash on. April 20 the Tiv.j bass were
gone. They assort that it would have
.been impossible for anyone outside
of , the bank to have abstracted - th?;
money. ,No ,ono .connected, with the
institution hoe dls?PPearOdsor be?h
absent from last December itntll> the",
date on which the- loss 'of' the mor:cf
The ideal salesman is the Want
Ad ? direct in metbod-~?ohv e
ldreds of customers. in ' cote,'
day's work. ;5j
Y0?8 KIDNEYS HURTil
Eat. less ; meat if you feel. Back
achy cht baye Bladder
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Meat forms uric acid which excites
and overworks tho kidneys In their of-]
forts to filter it from the system.
Regular eaters of meat roust flush th?
kidneys occasionally. Yoti must. re-:
lieve.them like you relievo your , bow
els; removing, all the acid's, waste and
poison, else you feel a dull misery In
the-kidney region,-sharp pains In th?
back, or sick headache, dizziness, your
stomach sours, tongue is coated- and
when tho weather Is had you have
rheumatic twinges:, Th? brine is;
cloudy, full of sediment;' 'tho channels:
often got irritated, obliging ypu to
get: up two or three times during :the
: To' neuartlizc ,thfcs-; irritating, acids
and -flush. Off:" the body's urinous;
waste get about four ounces of Jed
Salts from any-phumacy; take n tab
lespoohful in'a. glas^ of water before;
breakfast, for a few-days and your
kidneys" will then', act-fine and blad
der . disorders disappear. This fam^
own... salts is. mcvd?..from tho acid ><?
girapes and leiaj.?- Juice, combined
with lithla. and has been used for
generations io clean', and "stimulate
sluggish kidneys and flop bladder ir- j
ritatlon. Jad "Salts is inexpensive;
harmless and makes! a delightful ef
fervescent lithia-water, drink which I
millions of mea and Women tak/i now j
and then thus 'avoiding serious li?duey j
?nd.bladder dlaeases., ;:.
FOR CORONER ~
i hereby announce .myself a ,can^
dato for the Omca nt Cbroner~?or ?
?Cjson county, subject to the rules of
??>, J^Kn?,lln v.r.ftv Tt f.t,o linon
Arthur Warrcra Walte' who was re
cently convicted for murder and sen
tenced to death, in New York City.
She signed the telegram "K. Adams."
Mrs. ' Arthur Warren Waite has
turned against her* husband, . and
testified against him at hid trial.
DR. WfllTE FROM CELL
[CONDEMNED MAN TALKS
OF FAST?CRIED. ONLY
WHEN WIFE'S NAME WAS
Now York, June 2.? Speaking yes
terday - from behind ban; in ! (the |
I Tombs,. Arthur W. Walto ' told some
thing of his career of theft dhd-mur
der,'which: was brought to ah end |
only when; he was arrested for kilt
ing his father-ln-laW, John EV Peck,
?le i.'ammed -up. the caure of his down
fall In bno word/''MoLoy." '
Having failed in hla efforts to sat-1
iofy his abnormal craving for wealth,
I or, In' Ms own wprds, "havlng'played;
the game ahd^ lost," his' attitude was
nhej(of; atorie .-acceptance - of . a late'
which! bo said'h? reallz?d was Tl?uly
doserved,: and which. ho approaches
with .-a show of Indifference which bo
tokons a lack of feeling or else is sheer.'
.The Interview which ."-he> gav? ?y?a-,
terday /wai his. first .public expr?s-/
al'on, except- on the-'witness stand,]
slnco tho confession which ho raadoj
to tho~ world LOC'h' aftor hla arrcat.
Probably he Is tbiVfi^st"murderer tho.I
Tombs has housed-who, whatover-hia:|
.assertions; on trial, 'aas not pro.-'
claimed himself, after bis conviction
a much- misjudged person -By?,I
Walte yer-torday: found no fault wlth j
any one, nor did he try to offer any
extenuation of bis acts.'- Ho pro-i
ossed sorrow. that. Mrs. Margaret 1
Horton, his wife, and tho members of*|
his .''and the. Peek families had buf
fered through hi:n.
-Wept for (he. First T?mo
Once, to the .intense astonishmentI
of Deputy Wanltn Bremol, who' wae|
present, Walto was mwod to tcars
tho flrBt trace of omotlot-' that no has I
known.since hla conviction, as' far afej
can be learned,from those who.have:
come In closest contact with him. |
Thi8'.Tw*.6; aftot: ttlto conversation' had
turned to., old associations in Grand
Itaplds, and form or friends."had been
menUined. ' Then hts.wlfe's name ?was
; '.He-leaned hlsolbbw on a corner of
tho gate: behind which? h? whs* talk
ing, -shaded . his v.eyea with, his .band,
and tears ^rolled down, his ' face.
"Poor girl/ h'e oald. "I would die.
a dozen deaths if I could undo the j
waong I,have'done her!"
As if ashamed of thla.sudden dis-1
.play, of emoH?n ;he - dash?d a ,hand
korc?iief : across his face, straightened t
back and was again hi;?, normal, smil
ing urbane sett: Throughout th?
rest of the t?tk his manner continued
as calm as it was, wbon on the wit
ness stand he had confessed two-mur
ders and an attempted ;thlrd.
. He wap smiling when.bo ca.no from)
tho cell. When asked lb talk about
himself,, he .expressed *% f?nr that |
eomothlns ser:s'atlonal would be made
mV, w'iiat ^xe.Jthiafhtt say-;-thai his ut
terances migty be "dressed ' np*-' -^
lUUe. He- was assured that the ro
;ijp^r^s'^\rbn|d.;;be..vacottrat?,; and h?
consented to answer questions.
if Stoors Opea, He Wot?d Bftay
y- ' "Would yo? Uke t6-::os??p?T?|0?
na? tasked. r -;/
\ '1C they loosed all ' the bolts and
iddbr*' of this* .-prison this .afternoon
?|d 'engaged a steamer to iaka me to:
pttrope, I woaWn* ,sur: ?; step," he
replied, "I donTmt&ad to ?beat the
velectric- eh?*? .e* tts;:r*ghtfulvictim.r.
> Would ; .yau takd^y?ar!;?fe tt yo
Hc: started: to reply; thea maretj
E aarled bin Hps in derision, .aa. If. buc'
,s. tht?tfwas the mi of wMoh he ^
Not in t?ie;.4aaD^t.^a^"'.-;'.aneth?
taint smile played ab%t\3?ia lips.
know that. I 'deeetvO *t W weriWal
did and I am ready, ;yes, aaidqua At
i Here' the eonvaiWiottl wa* 't??itw
t?;the: ?efsfttt^^^?ttfc was? wii?ii
* : to raise money,
-^^ ^wrtta A^book,*:
CAPTURE OF IMPORTANT
WOOD BY FRENCH WAS
BEAUTIFUL PIECE OF
ES SUFFERED BY GERMANS,
WHILE ASSAILANTS MADE
ONLY AW INSIGNIFICANT
(By Associated Press.)
Behind the -Front in Champagne,]
June 2.?The French troop? that made
a big dent, lu the Gorman lino JubI
eai'i of Beryy-au-Bac and not far ]
from Rheims more than a year ago,
and .who chafed under the neceaalty
of marking time there ever since,
especially since the battle of Verdun
.began, were allowed the satisfaction
recently of attacking a little wood tbo I
Germane still.held there between the
Alsue 'and the little town of Ville
aux-J'ois. This diversion developed
an action ct considerable importance
that did not get into the official clm
munique. It haw been described to
The Associated Press by a staff of
The wood, strongly fortified by the
Germans, made it impossible", so long
aa the Tcutona'held it, for the French
to .rectify, and properly to consoli
date their-front at that point. When
the attack upon Verdun developed'
great proportions, it was decided to
prepare this operation, both as a de-'
strahle Improvement of the French
position nul .as a diver.von. What
would have been considered an un
precedented concentration of artil
lery, both heavy guns and field pieces,
before the Vordon operations, was ef
fected immcdjatelv behind the front,'
while the Infantry burrowed deeper
into their underground she'torn. Or
ders were given fox- the opening of
Are at 7 o'clock on the morning of
April 25 and the, fire increased in
rapidity and' Intensity until 4 o'clock
in the afternoon, the GermanB ;reply
ing feebly until the entire wood was
being swept and symptoms of an ap
proaching 'attack became. apparent.
Then their heavy pieces from tho
heights of .Craonne .began a heavy
shelling, of the trenches from 1 which,
ah attack might have been supposed;
' The French. Infantry, well protect-^
cd from .this shelling, in their deep
ened dugouts, waited until. th \ French
artillery lengthened the ranges and:
a wept, ike, approach trenches and sol
diots' quarters (In. the rear of tho Ger
man position.: At half, past four, tho:
first wave of assailants climbed out
of their underground 'sheltem. and
threw .themselves'Into tho wood. All
,the,Ge^manK^eina.injpg in. the <flrst im??
."trenches. were killed; or made prisons
ei s, and tbo French lino, proceeded on
to tbo eastern,.edge, of th? woods,
where they rapidly, .organised, their'
defenses agains^ the counter-attack/
At tho samo (time special detach
monts'explored,,the Interior of tho
wood, searching subterranean ahclt
crs In which German Infantry had;
fought refugo uarlng tho bombard
ment. That operation was soon in
terrupted; 'more^th'an two companies'
of German Infantry that the French
.had passed' over in their ruvb, aeelng
that their adversaries had reached
th? eaatefn, edge of tho .wood, came
out of their block houses and dugouts
and 4 took' the French infantry in the
rear. . The attacking "party was for
a moment menaced . .with, envelop
ra?nt, but, recovering from their sur
prise, they turned their machine guns
upon the'assailants taking. them ' it
?&g?: -, Second Infantry .Ifave.
Just then tho moment arrived for;
theYadvahce of ;tlm second wave of
French infantry; 'Rushing into tbo
wood at double quick;- tune, this line
took tho two companies of German in
fant ry i n- thc rear* and the, latter .now!
got betweenI tw? fires;-.; w&te'ad. of our-,
rounding the hrnt line of - French as-'
sailanta, and weto themselves en
veloped. ' '/' ,
A., furio?s hand-to-hand struggle
ensued ; tbo ?ermana; seeing .the
.desperation of their situation, tried
to escape from the woods to tho north; '.
part of thern succeeded, but more than
100, entirely surro?ad?d,- threw down}
their arms and surrendered.
Search of th? /wood , then revealed
hundreds of Germans hidden, under
ground In .ill corners. R?sistance was
pifam:? tiy ? overcome joy : the lose of j
hand grenades, and Ot) more prison
ers were taken from the underground
shelters wblchf-( *on lo.*p>?ctlon, were
found to be marvels of field fori ifi
caticas. .rThey ran from six to eight
yards in depth, most '-of them, and
some.of them wer?.dug to a depth of
ten yards, with such supports that
they were able - to resist the largest
and0 meet powerful projec ?les. Kb
^a^?>0'And -exit from these subtarrsn
inquired. "It is true r am writing a
little poetry, but' the money ?hat ^
m?ji^t'get froin a book would be of
no . use. to mo, What could 1?a with
117 "What do ,1-need of the. bodily
comforts that tue money -might : pur
chase if they would let me use f|T.VI
?sa all right j^j&?ibe^V?ijml.
I know that to elx, yoa. In,
fue?tfaa? I. shall,diei>'%<look "
to it with perfect: happiness.
?.$?oh?*.vyou '. feas^thsr* % will \ be,-. :...
reaction snd that between now
the time you die ytair ?caee of
will d?sert. youT' -
Has No Nerves, Ho, Suspects.
"Jihave no s??hV$wur,:.. You
ly will say 4hatr.^ia?yovno such.;
? h?fvea.^. I sometime* suspect
;h .ta th& case:;; Now, please ..don
?cbnttmo what ; ? have .said. .
5. some who might , think that,
is. f^ing;W?tty. ' 8ince I,:'. ' ..
Jed to tell all,>stac* I gave my con
to the jjtjhUo, i have told
can forts woro faclllated by the ar
rangement of inclined planes, down
which the soldiers wonld run in case
of danger. Wndiasaaa had been pro
vided to lower machine guns during
the bombardment and to raiso them
quickly ua soon aa the ahelling paaa
In the course of this action, a
French soldtor, separated from bis
comrade:!, found himself face to faco
with several Oermana, who vthrow
themselves upon him, disarmed him,
and took htm into one of thoso deep
eaves. Five other. French prisoners
were brought there to Join him soon,
afterwards. Their captors offered
them sausago and ham, .and made a
considerable show of treating thorn
generously. Whllo.the French pris
oners wero dispatching the lunch six
other Gormans precipitatod themsel
ves Into the shelter, completely de
moralized, crying, "Comraqes, com
rades." The six French prisoners,
to the consternation of their captors,
Immediately constituted" themsolvea
the guardians of tbp twelve Germans
and an hour later brough them back
to tho French linos. - .
At 6 o'clock in tho evening . the
operations were entirely terminated. ;
tho woods completely In the hands of
the French, whose losses,wero Insig
nificant, while everywhere In the]
woods lay -Gorman corpses; and 100'
prisoners, of which four were officers'
and seven subaltern officers ot the
101st Saxon regiment, oi wbtch the
Bniporor is tho Honorary Chief, wore
on their way to tho rear.
Insurance Men At Atlanta Meeting
Launch Plans To Better
Atlanta, Ca., June 2.?Executive,
heads of southern lifo companies form
ulated plans' for '.mjrovlng health
st an dar :ls and goneral conditions af
fecting lifo insurance in the south at
tho annual meeting hero yesterday,
presided over by Edmund Strudwlck;
of Richmond, Va., who is president. '
Life insurance ? residents from many;
of the southern states wore present.;
As one meant of improving health
standards in tho South, the Southern;
States Life' Insurance Company of ;
Atlanta, ] of ' Which \VH?nef L. rnuufo.
is president,- has recently inaugur?t-;
cd a movement for state legislatures,
to appropriate to statu boards . of.
health a sum equal to the state's an
nual revenue from taxes paid by life
insurance companies. ' lit is Intended
that this appropriation shall bo in
addition to whatever amount may now
ba appropriated tor health work.
As tho taxes from life companion
are only a small part ot tho receipts,
from insurance as a whole, each Sfib
could easily afford" to divert thoze
funds to'.the work or health authori
ties^ according' to tho Southern
For tho year ending December Hi.
1914, as.shown by statistics prepared
by tho Southern States L'fe, the; life:
insuran?o companies paid to tho
states in taxes tho sum of $10.550,837,
an average of . 1215,323 per state.
In the samo time these, state:; ap
Jl* reprinted to the- support of their
health departmenta $3,320,020. or an
average, cf $70,766 por state. If all
of this lift tax fund could be put out
for; health'advancement, says Mr.
Moore, It -would 'givo a fund In most
ways* adequate to tho service.
ABOUT HOME PRODUCTS.
To advertise goods, in the: editorial
columna of a newspaper Is bad policy.
There can be no fixed price for such
advertising were one so disposed to do
it The, right kind- of. a newspaper;
never does it, unless It is the way;
we are now about to do some. This!
is to stress again how wo can produce
and sell things out of the ordinary!
right here at homo. And this sort of
advertising cannot bo bought bore.;
Wo are Just giving ft away. You can
trot tip hero any day and ehe.ho money
at us and as bad aa we need ft/we are
.not going to take It for any such no
tice as this.
J;!Last woek mention was made of-the
excellence of the Canned tomatoes ?;?-.
fcrcd here last'winter'by Mr. Thos. Li
Taylor. -He did hoi know we were;
going to do it then and ho.does- net
know we arc going to do it again. And
it he wants to pay for IV this Is one
time hie money :1s, uo good. Nor aro
wo hinting fer ? crate of tomatoes
next winter. We do want to stress the:
importance of trying to produce some'
of these things at home and of giving
home folks the- preference lit buy*
ins. - v'L-' -''wSIHHSHi
k.'Now for another example. Last year
wo mentioned the excellence or the
home cured bacon of Mr; Will Alton.
It Just happened that be did not cent7
around to collect for it till this yes
but that Wasbis' mult noV, ours, ifi
baB sold us again this year. Tb
Compound of Simple .Laxative
: Herb? Proves Most
Dr. W. A. Kvau8, writing for tho
Chicago Tribune, makes tho assortloii
that practically everyone at aomo tinio
or other, Buffers from constipation.
ThlB' applies regardless ot ago or con
dition of life. .
The congestion of stomach waste in
the bowels is ovktoucod In various
wayB; bloat, erputlon of ful stomach
gases, uck headache, languor, all in
dicate couBtipatloo, and call for
prompt attention, not only to rcliove
th? present discomfort but also to]
avoid pobbloie disvaso that follows,
neglect of Mis Important f million. :
' Harsh cnthartlcfl and volent purga-'
tivos should not be employed, as uiesu'
pf/ord only temporary relief, while
they serve to shock the otire sys
tem; A mid laxative such as Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is far pre
ferable and is now tho romedy used}
and prescribed by many doctors, lti
is^free from opiate or narcotic drugs,!
acts easily and ' pleasantly, without,
gripng or otborwtso any pain and Is'1
a safe, effective family remedy. |
Mit. CHAH, SCHELL
Mr- Chas. Schell 132 Church St ;
Grencda, Miss., writer that-ho found
relief hlrasolf by using Dr. C?ldwoll'B
Syrup Pepsin and now keeps it ou
hand for family uso. A.'bottle''of
Dr. CnldWell's Syrup Pepsin should
have, a place in ovcry homo medi
cine chest.. A trial bottlo can bo
obtained free of charge by writnlg to
Dr. W. B. Caldwoll, 4G4 Washington
St., >foriticello, Illinois,
Satire and Sarcasm.
uin Modern ColumbuB.' by R. G.;
Knowlos, Is this bommot:
. At a table In tho LambB club, Now;
York, one evening satire and sarcasm
became the subjects of severe crltie
ism dmong t^io assembled wiseacres,'
and the discussion entailed some heat
ed remarks, when tho late Charles
Hoyt .leaning over, quiotly. and unoa-;
t?ntatiouBly drawled out a definition
and comparison, of both; that -'engend- '
part of his llatcners and. ended tho ar
gument. ,'Sattro,' hp uald, Ma like
the prick of a nc?dlp, but tarcaom la
a blow from the fibtr ''(leurra Mar
lon, my hoot on that occasion, .asked,
'Well, thou, what Is wit rtnl hunio-r
To which Hoyt ropllcd. 'Tho phi.-.Cir <
that .heul ? the woun'da canned by tlio
We have, an idea! Fertilizer fyt Side Dressing Cotton and
Com. It is heavily charged'with soda for quick action '
then the other aramcniates in'this Side Dressing: will centitme?
the growth startedup by the soda.These goods arc; Bd&?s cu- vi
pecially for Side Dressing and is just what the crop needs. A
great many people think Cotton will bring ? good price h^xt
fall. If it cloco, you will wnn*J all you can make. If it should
be iott: you will need all you'can make. . Slid Dressing ap
plied early makes moro Cotton, there b no 'earthly question
about that.. It bring? you in about $3.00 for every dollar
yon pay out.
It should be applied just as fast, as you get your Cotton
thinned to a stand and cleaned] out.
We aro re?dy with the goods.
:r. ^e cotton crop is about days late at this time; Side
dressing may. prove unusually profitable thb year if wc have,
an early frost. ?
& Oil Go.
) f Many people in your |^ of
just what you desire, to offer them,;:Jfcisthe hied<
' x juin through wn??H-'these needs are proclaimed to.
the community that determines the measure of .their.
Be?auie th?y reach ajl glasses, etferywhc^; be
cause they are carefully studied and relied upon by
. offer-^thfiJVVarit Columns center anc? expre^,daily,
-;'the hopes and desires of a great mutHiuiler y?nrJ,
daily,these hopes and %5ires are aUairtnig. fulfill
l r. ment through the^rea?m?^ effi&erit publicity mea>
1 -j?rriV-ifte mar?&lf?toce of Hhe wir