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Q. Frank Johnson, 5ole Agents
ggB Phons .209.
E. A. Marshall
Phone .90. -'-/V
Two second hand Ford cars?one 5 pas^er?
ger and one Roadster. - f
Don't delay if interested, as there were a
Vn?rriber of buyers for the car advertised
"few days ago.
North Main Street
. *^iake your foundation of spring business sure by the liberal .use
of;DailyIntelligencer space. Your ads will fee in the good com
pany of every other live wire merchant of the community. No
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plan of reaching the public is complete without the use of The In
telligencer's columns. '
? am a candidate for Congress from
the Third Congressional District, sub
ject to the rules of tho Democratic
A. H. DAGNALK
I am a candidate for congress from
the Third Congressional district, sub
ject to tho rules of tho Democratic
JNO. A. HORTON.
X announce myself a candidate 'lor
congress from the Third District. I
will abide the rules, regulations and
results of the Democratic Primary.
HENRY C. TILLMAN.
FEED DOHINICK 18 A CANDI
DATE FOR CONGRESS SUBJECT TO
THE RULES OF THE DEMOCRATIC
I am a candidate for Solicitor of the
Tenth Circuit, subject to the rules or
the democratic party.
LEON L. RICE.
I hereby-announce .myself a candi
date for the office of solicitor of tho
Tenth Judicial circuit, subject to the
rules and regulations of the Demo
KURTZ P. SMITH.
I hereby ahnounco myself a can-,
dldate for solicitor of the tenth ju
dicial circuit, subject to tho action
of the D?mocratie party In the en
suing primary election.
J. R. EARLE,
I hereby announce myself no a
candidate for' the onv.v of Supervisor
of Anderson cour.:/, subject to; th?
rulos of the democratic party.
ff;- . W. REEVES CHAMBLEK.
I hereby anno'unce myself as a
candidate for -re-election as Stlparvl
sor of Anderson County, subject to
the rules of the Democratic Primary
election. > A
J 3?ack KING.
SUPERINTENDENT OF EDU
I hereby announce myself S candi
date for the office of Superintendent
of Education for . Anderson county,
subject to the rules of the Democrat
ic primary. Platform: Efficiency in
the school roam, better schools in the
rural and mill districts, more Ander
son County girls as teachers and no
partiality whatever In selecting teach
c*_**m.-v -s, ;v .G.-T. WjILLIAMS..; -,
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for re-election to the office of
Superintendent of Education, subject
to tho rules of the Democratic party.
J. b. FBLTON.
t hereby announce myself a candi
date" for County Treasurer, subject
to Une rules of th? democratic party.
J. H. CRAIG.
' 1 hereby announce myself a candi
date for County Treasurer, subject
to the rules of tit a democratic party.
J. .R. C. GRIFFIN.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for County Treasurer,! subject
to the rules of the democratic party.
a A. WRIGHT.
- ' ' :. -k-i
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for. re-election to the office cf
Treasurer for Anderson, county, sub
ject to tho ruler! of- the democratic
a n; c% boleman.
. -SHERIFF" :. '
- :t hereby 'announce myself a candi
ote for the office of Sheriff for An
derson "county, subject to the rules'of
the democratic party.
. v?' ; '. .,-t.'x martin. '
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for Sheri? of Anderson cotmty,
subject to the rules of t.ia Democratic
primary, ; . >.
.1 hereby announce myself a candi
date tor the office of Sheriff of'An
derson county subject to the. raies?of
th? D?mocratie primary.
w, 0,;A MARRETT,
' i hereby announce myself as a can
didbte ?cr re-election to ths o&ro of
8b?r iff. subject to che rules of ?tho
JOE at H. ASHLEY.
.TV CLERIC OF COURT 'r^
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for re-election as elorh of
"court, subject to the rules oC the
d?mocratie primary election.
' . JAS". N> RgARMAN.
\2m?hereby announce niywdi a eaRdi
its for the Hoaaa of Repr?sentative*
it A?derson county, aubject to the
?les bt tf?e democratic party. .
W, W. SCOTT, .
1 hW&y. announce siyfcif a e*ndl
date ^ ^ .;;.Hott*d',; Repr?s?nta
Aiulereon county, subject to
ot Oie T3?j???ratto,i>aw>'^
Co- P. LOCKET,
n ok mm ,
mines gome ashore
MANY "SEA TERRORS" ARE I
CAST UP SOUTHWEST
Mines Stay in Water Until Corro
sion Sets in and Then Wash
(By At related Press.)
The Hague, Netherlands, Juno S.~
More than 1,000 mines hcvtV f&een
washed asnoro on the coasts oT Hol
land. These include G35 English, Gl,
French and 193 Gorman, tho others !
being classed as "origin unknown.
A majority of them were cast up by the
sea at pointu in tho estuary of tho
Cchedit river, in tho exUcmo south
western part or Holland, which is
nearest the vaet minefield deigned
to bar ingreoB from tho North Sea
into tho English Channel. Many mines
however, drift-higher up, and some'
oven roach the chain of Islands which !
form tho natural sea barrier of Hol
land's northern coast.
. Swift destroyers are'constantly on)
the lookout for mincB on the ?outej
Only recently- viBltors to W<menvon
ingen, a fashionable batr-' :g reaort,
witnessed a battery of m nice guus
flrihg from the promenad m a mine
floating past tho pier no*
Tho practice1 of the L utch naval j
authorities ia to destroy theao cast
aways when and whero thoy are i
found. "Virtually all mines that arc
mines," said a Dutch .naval com-)
mander to The Associated Prose cor
respondent. "Th?se as their name in
dicates are mines that aro kept afloat
a few feet beneath the surface of the
sea by a weight attached to them by
half or three-quarter inch cables.
They keep stationary for perhaps a
couple of months; .but after that the
the action1- of the sea'1 water, causes
corrosion cf some part of the attach
log- gear and .the next gale breaks
loose from their moorings. _ So they
become drifting mines and, as such,
are dangers to navigation.' They
should not be confused - with drifting
mines proper, which are those which
are sewn - by warships or mine-layers
In their own ;v.ake when : pursued by
an enemy. These mines, of an alto
gether different., type, must become in
effective, as prescribed by the Hague!
Convention, within a few hours. That]
is, they eink to the bottom'automati
cally. All. those found in Dutch wa
ters wore once "anchored that havo ]
broken away:frjbm their anchorage."
: "The. great jnajorlty of them aro
harmless If, properly handled, . and
the only, trouble, is to prevent people
who don't know anything about mines
frm fooling around with them. A
month or so ikgo, for instance, a
French mlno came ashore on % the
coast, of .the island of Cchouwen, in
tho province of . Zeeland. This m-no
had the familiar French c?blo at
tachment which,., when pulled hard;
explodes the. mln?v.. Five, fishermen
observing the, bit!, of ; cable hanging
from the .monster, thought it handy
for pulling it in. They began to drag
it along, and tho Inevitable happened.
A fow scraps of clothing was all that
was tieft of the men.
"?n tho caso .of- a mine gashed ?p
noar Domburg, In - Zeeland, nine on^
looker's, .were killed "by a premature
explosion and much material dam
age /'was done to]?. Compensation
was, refused by both state and looal i
authorities. Tho government felt it]
could not establish ' a , precedent.
Grants were made unofficially, how
ever, to some poor folks whoso homes
were completely ruined."
Seafaring men of Holland apparent
ly have me'accustomed to the]
now perils A the deep; The old tor
tor of mines has largely disappeared.
Sailors coming into port toll/with'the]
grcateat1 composure of having' sight
ed "so-and-so many mines" and dis-1
^p?lttlo fe:>r at meeting them again.
Tho doathroll in .] this country from j
mine. oxpioalona so tar does not ex
ceed a score'.. -
For Infants and Children
itv Ustf ForOver 30 Years
1 hereby announce myself a candi
date for tue office o?" Coroner for Am
deraon county, subject to the rules of I
the democratic party. It bao bocn m>
pleasure to scrv6 you in this capa?nyJ
four years, l?G?-!?. I feel thai X am]
capable,. and ? need : the office.
J. K?iVAS BEASLEJY.
1 hereby announce myself .a candl-,
data Wree?ectlou.t? the office of
coron?>r..*sr. Aad^wo? county, subject]
te*haftfUlss ,c#3G* ?ein?crat?o pr*
rj. G. H/JID1N.:
? h?'rcby aunouncs myself as a can
didate -for ol*ctloo to the office of j
toroute Subject ta the mles of the
T. 5*. PHLfcR^y|;
? hereby arm onuce myself a candl*
, dat? .for the office.of Coroner for Au-,
rdareou ooamty, suts&ei to the rut*#?|
j the dasnbcratlc prtwair.
S. GORDON ^to>BIlWt>KS;
JAPS SAY UNS
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE
COURTESIES SHOWN THEM
Japan Claims Teutons Residing in
Country Take Advantage of
Liberties Extended Them
(By Associated Press.i
Tokio, Juno 3.?The problem of how
to treat tho civilian German resident
in Japan has been revived by a series
of articles published by the Japane30
Times, a Japanese organ, printed in
the English language- and supposed
to have a Bomt-ofllclul tone. This
uowspaper contends th*i iht Activity
of the Germans has caused much feel
ing in business circles and that the
opinion ia growing that. enemy sub
jects horo aro causing permanent
and serious harm to Japau'a stand
ing as^an alley.
The Times docs not wish to cast
a slur on the authorities but claims
that tho en-jmy residents aro taking
advantage of the chivalrous treat
ment now accorded them and that
this has rosul'cd in severe criticism
from British, French and Russian'
residents and traders. It concludes
that whatever trade the Germans and
Amur inns are carrying on in Japan
is in competition with, and to tho dis
advantage of Japan and her allies, and
expresses the conviction that a more
strict construction ' should bo placed
on tho privilege of peaceful trado and
residence, 'if, indeed, it bo not with
Tho chief "auses of complaint rais
ed by the residents of countries in al
liance with* Japan in the present war
are cited to be the following:
First, that many German and Aus
trian.-:; in Japan are al'c^.ed as much
freedom in their daily round of life
as the other foreign r-'s- dints. TMs
1b not ire case in an, other allied
Sepmd, that, enjoying, such frceaom
enemv lirins continue to t.rigage in
trade in crmpetltion w!la.'hIllod;mer?
; Third, t ">at in an attempr to crver up
their enemy characterise- f the Ger?
man firms in a numbo* r.f imita?.-ca
have -ilup:ed rames of .fam.ncso em
ployes, thus to outsider* becoming
to all Intents and purposos Japanese
Fourth, that tho German, ban1.:,
known as the Deutshe-Aalatic Bank,
Is allowed ' tb remain open at Toko-,
hama, and continues, to do financial
business with an apparently unlimit
ed e apply'of ready money.
Fifth, that the Gorman. Club situat
ed opposite the Yokohama Foreign
Postofnco,. openly keepsjj up its social,
activities and that sounds of revelry
and rejoicing over allied reverses are
openly allowed within the^hearing:of
Sixth, that German Anna are allow
ed all the privileges of the pbstofflce
the .telegraph, patent laws and other
business facilities In open competit
ion with allied Interests.
SSoventh, that, there are dear signs
of German intrigue in Japan, espec
ially in commerce, and indications
that th? German's in ; this country are.
eager, despite what has happened in
Kurope, to Infuso'themselves as much'
ns possible Into every branch of nat
ional life in Japan,
" After-; pointing out that Japan has
no*, forbidden her subjects to trade
v-i.-n tho enemy countries the Times
declares the majority ?f Japanese
business men whose experience has
taught/them to look broadly into tho
future believe that Japan could with
print: to herself enact legislation
making it illegal to trado with the
Failure to join the Allies in tho
trading prohibition will, it' is a'.iagod;
cause the Japanese to lose mum trado
ahd not to mention that; Japan lays
horsolf open to the suggestion that
her business men could, if thoy d?:
sired, actually held Germany to win
th? war by acting as an intermediary
for certain materials of which thq
Germans are In crying need.
- "The audacity of thb Germans in
Born? of their, actions," contends tho
newspaper, "has beep .'pos?tt
startling and It 4s in 'tho hope
tho imperial authorities will rea1
tho necessity of taking some m?asur?s
that the mattor 4s being given pub
A RECORD BBEAKWG-.
Wmj . AT SCHOOL.
The Indications are that Winthrop j
wilPhave the largest Summer School
in its history, .
/ Its large and stFong fa?ulty,voff?* |
tng the greatest number of courrT
including ] rhauy. new short cours
has kept tho officers '.- of the Instil v
busily engaged >4uWag caire of the
many apnifcations coming in daily,
: in addition to tbf<>, some of the most
dlstjlngu i shed Educators of this ; coun -
try will be present. :
.v ?ome . of the most attracMva^in^,
tar?s are the new sy-aoaaiutn, nOT*'
tenets . courts, new athletic fields,
new bowling alloy, new playground
apparatus, <f t&e equipment of th?
"^MMfeMium Is. said to. be unequalled
id the Sduth. The large r?gulation
^wl?Pe^tned' ewlmmipg pcoh oohf
taiaiag fftifcftf^tiyjft water, wilt h?
' $sfi>M tooth "men and women ? --,' Two
Instrftot'ora will ^v?vwluuniag: Ibz
i ! Winthrop College^ is. dofeg. aU; Jn
"hw-power to tate care oSith* iric/eas
Attend, the cr<^*at accon)mo>Vfttioha
ansC" the best ?wrvlce, !. , ^
and my Glasses are one
nnd the eamo when It 1?
a Question ot better vision
or more comfort er, both*,
.tb?y exactly agree, thut
la to say, my giaaacs are
exactly what you are look- .
lng for In caaca of cyo er
My ability to adapt the glaBSCa to your sp?cial need, is second to
nono anywhere and the proof is a score of pleased patients., many
of them show a spark of human gratitude by coming aud tclllag mo
so. and the beat proof 1$ that in the paBt five years my business has
jubtlfted mo In buying ihe moat Complete Grinding Plaut'in tbo
South thoreby making it doubly bure that my patients get the very
beBt glasses at living rrlcea.
I make every pair to rueaauro. If you don't 'think so"JuS* look nt
the noxt pair of my glassea you see on anyone. If they don't confoirn
to the features I will Tie responsible-for it. See Cut. My motto in
business la efficiency, honesty, truth und promptness, no you see I
noed no crutches, tho nbovo foundation cnables.it to Btand alone. 1
do-lot s of work for School children and let nie telt you if they dont
need glnBA?? I tell you bo. If you aro in doubt about your eyes or
ypur children's eyes consult me.
Prices ou giasBoa aro $;1.00 to $5.00 up. Itcpair^ 10c ;Up. AU
work guaranteed whore I can and roraombcr. it Is cheaper to have
y?uV worl*. douo by'a Specialist th?n to cot tBlsisoS from n Mnrr.hanr(
.l-.i.ik Ihi.icn. o? ?V?uiers;. (li?e iLa ei?-j. Ju-5gs:v?t about >?i? .oycs
that you would your general health cr tooth. First caao you aeo a
roputablo Physician,?second case you would, ?eo 5 a good ' Dentist,
floral:--Then for your eyeB nnd Glasses ace
DR. M. R. CAMPBELL
112 W. Whitncr St., Ground Floor, Near Font's Book Store
Wc havo an ideal Fertilizer for Side Dressing Cotton nnd
- Com. It is heavily charged with soda for quick action and
dien the other ammonlates in this Side Dressing will continue
the growth started up by the soda* These goods arc made es
pecially for Side Dressing and is just what the crop needs. A
great many people think Cotton will br*?ng v good price n?xit
fall. If it does, you will want all you can make. : If it should
be low you will r.eed ?11 you can make. Side Dres'ing ap
plied early makes more Cotton, there is no earthly question *
about that It brings you in about $3.00 for every dollar
you pay out.
It should be applied just as fast as you get your Cotton
thinned to a stand and cleaned out.
We ore ready with the goods.
The cotton crop is about 15 days late nt this time. ; Side
dressing may prove unusually profitable this -year if we liuve
an early frost. .
& Oil Go.
. :is nov .true
test of roofing butin?'
proof on the roof r^-but
is guaranteed for fifteen years?it 'will, last Jorpger,
Roofs don't wr/rr buvthcy^ is for this reason that
Cirimn't&td Roofing is made with a soft asphalt .center and a harttcr
asphalt profectinB; cujfacc. It'dries but very slowlybecause :'$,r$c)
asphalts are blended ?s found best after a quarter, ccrtfury cxcerjcncv.
The three biggest' Vb?fing millsAn ?ic ?0? b&k?p m^ gttarajjtec.
That protects us as well as you. It assures u? o^fiobds.ott which our.
customers can depend and we hold their p^6nagc<
'.- ' .
Wo gel Uli? fcJod responsibility behind tha goods we carry v.bwae ver prwffck-^
on too!f.-on bo?ldsr'* larrtvmra, paints, oil*, briuhe? asnd -e^ythiag uj Ae> bujldV
lag M?'^p^^^f^iYua koaw ?>ur sajar^eal. ^
Daily Mslligene*rWant.M^Brif?g Re?a%