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I ttl ft candidato for Congress from
th? Third Congressional District, aub?
ject to the mica of the Democrat!o
A. H. DAONALL.
1 am a candidate for congress from
the Third Congressional district, sub
ject t? the rules - of the D?mocratie
JNO. A. HORTON.
I announce myself a candidato for
congress from the Third District. I
will abide the rules, regulations and
results of the Democratic Primary.
HENRY C. TILLMAN.
D DOMINICK IS A CANDI?
FOB CONGRESS SUBJECT TO
RULES OF THE DEMOCRATIC
I am a candidate for Solicitor of the
Tenth Circuit, subject to the rules of j
the ' democratic party.
LEON h. RICE.
hersh? announco myself a candi
for the ofiico of solicitor of the
Judicial circuit, subject to the|
and regulations of the Demo
KURTZ P- SMITH.
hereby announce myself a can
for solicitor of the tenth Ju
circuit, subject to the action I
or tho Democratic party in the cn-|
suing primary ?lection.
J. R. EARLE.
FOR SUPERVISOR .|
1 hereby announce myself aa a
Adldote for the Offic&of Gun ervin or
f1 Anderson county, subject to tbs
(lea ot tho democratic party.
m W. REEVES CHAMOLE CO.
I hereby announce myself aa a|
candidate fur re-election aa "Sttperri
ehr of anderson County, subject to
Vm rules of ths Democratic Primary'
J. MACK KINO.
^ERlftTENDENT OF EDL -I
' I hereby announce myself a candi*
?;do ?or the office ot Superintendent
Education tor Art larson county,
Meet to the rulen of the Domoorat
. primary. P??tf?rm: Efficiency in
achoo! room, better schools in tho
and mtU districts, more Ander
; county giris aa teachers: and no
tjality whatever la ???ecf'?g teach.
O. T. WILLIAMS.,
hereby announco myself a candl
es for re-electionto the office of j
?ie-ri u ten dent cf Education, subject
lie rutea cf the Democratic party.
J. By PELTON.
M am a candidate for Superintendent
ofc-.. Education for Andoreon county,
subject to the rules cf the Democratic
^ A. W. MEREDITH.
j?| ?Qpwn :TRE?SUREB j
il aerahy announce- myself ? candi? j
dim for? County Treasurer, subject '
ta j?i? rules of tho d?mocratie party.
.iv.:. -.?.; Hi OBAHt
hereby announce myself a candi.
for County Treasurer, subject j
ie rol*? ct the ?emo?ratle. party.
Wl '. J. R. C. 0R?FFIN.
hereby announce myself a candi- j
fer County Treasurer, aubject]
twa?s ot ;tho< democratic j>arty>:
, .'??/ 6. A? WRIQHT.
raby; announce myself a cahdl
re-electlon to tho o Cl co of
for Anderson county, anb>
. tutea, ot psj . dcjnocrfttto
J?^: N. O. BOLEMAN.
I. hereby announce myself ?.".can*
dWate for ? County Treasnirer ??. aobjstt
to ibo rules of the Democratic party;
,, W. A. SPEARMAN.
the d?mocratie party.
X hareby announco myself a candi
At New York 2; Chicago ft.
At Brooklyn 8; St. Louis 1.
At Boston 0; Cincinnati 0 (Sixteen
innings, darkness. )
At Philadelphia 5; Pittsburg ?..
At Chicago 2; Wanhiiigton 3.
At Detroit 2; New Vurk 4.
At St. Louis 3'; Boston 5.
At Cleveland ll; Philadelphia
At Atlanta 7i Memphis 1.
At Birmingham 8; Little Rock 2.
At New Orleans l- Nashville 2.
At ; . troblie-Chattanooga, wet
(grounds. . > ?
At 'Macon l ; Albany 0.
At Augusta 2; Charleston 6.
At Montgomery 5 ; ' Columbus 2.
At Montgomery li Columbus 8.
(Second game called end sixth in
ning, darkness. ,
At Columbia. 9;. Jacksonvlllo 4.
LESS MEAT IF BACK
AND KIDNEYS HURT
Take a glas? of Salts to Flash]
Kidneys if Bladder
Eating meat regularly eventually
produces kidney trouble In some form
or other, says a well-known authori
ty, because tho uric acid in meat cx
cltea the kidneys, they becomo over
worked; got sluggish : clog up . aad
cause all sorta of diairesH. particul
arly backache and mlaery In the kid
ney region; rheumatic twinges, severe
headaches, acid stomach, constipation,
torpid liver, sleeplessness, bladder
and urinary Irritation.
The moment your bael: hu rfu or kid
ney o' aren't acting right, or if bladder
bothers-'you. get about four ounces
of Jad Salts from any good pharmacy,
take a tablesponful in a glass ot wa
ter before breakfast for a few days
and yoin\ kidneys will then act fine.
This famous salta is made from the.
acid of grapes and lemon jule?*, com
bined with - IKhla^ and has-been used
for generations to flush clogged kid
neys and stimulate thera to? ?ormal
.activity; also to neutralize tho acids
in tho. urine so. lt>no longer ir ri tatos,
thus ending bladder disorders.
Jad Salts cannot injure anyone;
makes a delightful (effervescent 1 i th la
water drink whioh' millions of men
and women tako now. and. then to 'keep
tho kidneys mid urinary organs clean,
thus avoiding serious kidney disease.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for Auditor for Anderson county,
subject to. the ruleB of the D?mocrat
ie panty. elections '.''''?
ANtffi?W P. PANT;
i i , . ' t^'i I ? ' I ii'" I'M 'I '
For Railroad Commissioner
I announce to the Votera of South
Carolina that J, am a candidato for
Rall road Commi?Blonor an?*, heroby
pledge,.myself t? abide by the rates
of the Democratic party.
. ALBERT S. PANT.
I FOR HOUSE OF REPRESEN
I hereby announce myself a candi
dato tor the House o* representatives
for Anderson county, subject to tho
rules ni the democratic porty,
W. W. SCOTT.
thereby announce mya eic a candi
date, for the'. House Ot Representa
tives tor Anderson county, subject tp
th* roles ox tho Democratic party. '
. J. A; DUNCAN,
'. . f he Mill Candidato.
r hereby announce myself a car?U?
date for the- House ot Representatives
for Anderson county, subject to tho
rules of the peinocratic party.
""\v' " ' ' ' '. .
? horcby announce myself a candi
r?| for the ifflce ot Coroner for An?
irpon county, subject th tha roles ol,
0 democratic party, 'it has boen nr-j
IpleaBufO to servo you in thia capacity
j four yeara. i908-15LjI feel that I nm
1 capable, and ? need the otflco.
. .9.-.-BbVAB : BEASLEY.
I,, he^i?hy announce myself ' ?. ??and*r
data ffVr reelection to the, 'pillee ol
Co*imer for Anderson county. B-nbJeei
^Atttai'?ttl?a of the dsmocrattlo pri
< v j. -o^-^ag?^^
1 hereby announce myself aa a can?
dl?ato for election to. the office ol
Coroner, subject to the ral?* of tb*
deeocratio party; v .??i'&&LWGm
. T./g. PSL3FRSY,
.'. ? fcoieby aanou't.co myself Viaajul
' Kkmmel'; fo>'.A?
sn ceunty; ?abject to -the tules oj
J,. VtfORDON FHCD&ttCKS.
Lebanon High School io Proud
of Athletic Teams of Past
(By Max Welborn.)
Lebanon high .school ia JUBtly
proud of hnr athletic learnt) put out
during thu pout session. Though
tliey did not play hut ten gamea with
other school teams, it was not Inac
tivity on their manager's part, but I
cowardice or uncoucurn on the part
of other narnu. In hanketball, Sen-1
pea wag Lebanon's mort troublQSon
rival. liut in tiio last game with
them, in the Clemuon gymnasium,
they vor? defeated with a Bcore of
34 to 13. Anderson gave no trouble
at all. Iva went down ingloriously
to the tune of 43 to G. But lt Is be
ling rumored at Lebanon that Iva
under the coaching of one of their
lady teachers, will put ont a winning
team next year.
Tho Lebanon baseball team has
never "tasted" defeat. Tho reason
for ita success Is that tho boya "stick
together and play together. Though
thia team has played few games with
other schools lt wac because thoy
couldn't secure them.
Lebanon also Untied out a run
ning team which made the 440 yard
relay (ono mlle) in 4 minutes 10 sec
onds in race with the Denver school
No attempt was made to hp.v?' ?
truck team us the. Lebanon principal
decided that lt should not participate
in the county field, day events.'
Considering the few boya country
nohools have to plclr from the Leba
non team!; are wonders. But pros
pecta are not us bright for next 'year j
ar, the eleventh grade hus been drop
ped and many large boys have either
finished or will quit-school. But'the j
year of HU (J will always be memor
able ut Lebanon.
Won Lo?t Pct
Auguclu... .. .. . .33 20 623
Charleston.. .. . .. .31 21 596
Colombia... .. _28 23 540
Jacksonville..28 24 538
Montgomery.. .. ..26 28 481
Columbus,. ,.. ... V.23 30 I 434
Macon._22 29 ,431
Albany.... .. .. .,18 34 r. 340
, V Won Lost Pct.
N?shvllle.. .. ,.3G 18 " <JG7
Now Orleans.. . ..37 19 0611
Atlanta.. .. _..28 26 519
Chattanooga.. .. ,,.37 28 491
Little Rock ., .4 ..24 30 444
Birmingham.. .. ..35 31 406
Memphis.. .. .. ..22 - 33 400
Mobile. :. ..21 33 j 387
Won Lost Pct.
Cleveland..31 19 620
Now York.25 21 543
.Washington .. ,;..26 22 542
Boston;... .. .. ..25 33 521
Detroit.....24 23 511
Boston, vv. .. ., ..23 25 S 479
St'. "Louis.. .. *'.21 27 43?
Philadelphia .. ....15 30 32?
. . .. Won Lost .Pct.
Brooklyn..... .... 20 1G 'i*lV
Philadelphia.,25 1? 568.
New York.. /. ...v23 ZO ; 68?
Chicago..... .... .,34 25 ' 490
Boston.... .. .. ..20 22 v 478
Cincinnati...22 26 . 468
Pittsburgh.20 25 444
St. Louis.. .. .. ..21 29 i,420
CELERY FOR FALL.AM) WINTER
Obtaining' Stocky Plants, Trepar?,
- tCott of Soil and Transplanting.
\ Clemson College, S. C., iune-13
y?y "thia t'nie tho ? planto should he
from four to six tnchea:tall ; . Ii?- or
der io make ..them more stocky . two
Inches o? thc top should be sheared.
Tho coiery .planta wilt: be ready for
transplanting., from the first tu tho
twentieth of August. . Select
rich, piece of land p'rciorably a randy
loam, soil, and .prepare ju the 'sante
way ,as fox planting cora In ?the wa
4er furrow* the row? helivg six - foet
apart, . Apply an 8. 4-2 i-otnuiorcial
fertilizer at the rate of 8VD .pounds
pee aoV?. . Mi* thoroughly/ with the
plow and thvtti Hst ?wita twofi..,.fari>
rows. Wo win form * slight ridge
within tho yatev furrow. Thia ridge
Js . then smoothed off with a rake,
run! the planta set elg'ht Inches apart
the row-,-; About ono-thlrjji ofthe
??.?ttrfa^'sbiHttd bo nimovei^ ne-.
Xor* getting the^p?ait?.fttjsi.^rw^
planting la "done. In the cime.way a?
transplaatW cibbafte !or tomato
planta. Cultivate clean throu?hont
spring crop, auch as -aa?on*; !.ifyi?h
potatoes, .. bean* or any other crop
that will mature ths ,:atddlo ot
July. Instructions for Wenching will
po ; jrfven J?tt^^^^Hi^raSo^V'',i'* f '
r7v- :v-- ? -
;.: ?'". . ;.F.ew4a?ofif?1. v -'
v ?W>p}P ,?res la?rnfpgt< that * lund
famhoashV often saves thea ?
expans?. Her* Is an I?sente: 12, W.
menead ' y \^\%^?^:,yt^?\. _
...Wactt ws ?io ?ban^?iteiiaed r?ajt7?
j take-it.waa us.^. OfcUdA&M? e??ry
Government Now Caring For
Nearly a Million Persons.
LIVE ON 25 GENTS A DAY.
Incl dod Among That? Ar? 143,000
Bolgians and 11,000 Serv?an?-Othqrs
Com? From Fortified French Citios
Near Battl? Line?-8ome Earn Own
Nearly a million people, the exact
ll J: ure.) being 028,000, wbo have been
driven fmrn their bornes ?re scattered
throughout I'Vouce oua d<r?-,> allow*
ance? from thu government, half the
number being uuder sixteen years of
age. Tho greatest number, 7G2,000,
are French, refugees from the Invaded
departments, from the fortified towns
which could no longer heep "useless
mouths" abd from the danger zone of
the front. The Belgians number 143,
000; Alsace and Lorraine have sent 12,
000 and Servlu 11.OOO:.
lu addition to these refugees who
need stute aid; there are. about 120,000
who have means of their own, but
these decrease au their means become
The first class of refugees to bo aided
was the '-'useless mouths" from for
tresses libe. Maubeuge, Verdun, Toul.
Epinnl und Beifort. Before the war
had lasted a fortnight 25,000 of these
had to be provided with homes else
After the battle of Charleroi and the
rapid onrush of'the Germans nr..HOD
Belgians and French had to be sent to
the rear, and-when Paris was threat
ened with au attack early in Septem
ber 15,000 who had built homes within
tho zone cf the capital's fortlncntlons
bad to be moved.- '
Liv* With Private Families.
Bef ugees were Urst installed In emp
ty buildings,, schoolhouses, etc.,. hut-it
was soon found that nome regular prin
ciple must be adopted, and every fam
ily not touched by the war-was called
upon tn .receive. ,u.-refus?e family, the
state paying the esDenses. .
The battle oft tho . Marne slackened
the inflow of refugees for e. tiu>\ but
wheu operational moved to the north
the number became so,great that they
had to bo moved not.only hy train, but
.by, ships, ,,wlilc?|(, carried . them Tr?na
Dunkirk, Calala /md,Boulogne? to La
raHice, whence ijioy were, distributed
among the. eouthwe^t,'." departments.
Mghy families who had been taken lo
Germany from the' invaded, dlsteicts
were returned via'Switzerland and had
to be provided for. \ '. '
J The. money old given to refugees has
been fixed nt Gie ^anio rate as tho al
io wanco m mle to the wives mal fami
lies of .mobilized soldiers,,25 cents a
day for .each adult, pud 1(? rce'nts for
each child un der'jateen. ' '. .'. .
- When refugees hat: Settled down and
could-earn something by-their labor a
o lille ult question had to bc. solved. It
4 on ld ma n if est ly be unfair to suppress
"u> grant nf ni **OOS-?S??2?aS. WOO- COUld
only earn, say, 25 cents n day, and yet
those vwfc? could carri a living wage
(and lt must be remembered that the
war had ?aueed a great demand for la
bor) could not expect to receive a prout
In addition. The question was left to
the prefect of thc deperttnent to decide
with the-aid of three members of a
committee formed -to distribute nhl in
kind the Jglfts of pr?vate Individu?is,
beneficent societies, etc.' ISio hard and
fast rules were laid.down; but any ref-'
?3seo who without valid expuse refused
any-offer of work which was properly
paid abd suited bis, or her, capacities
hud tho allowance suppressed.
Many'refuge.es baVe found, well paid j
w?rkr in munition -factories and have j
thus been able to maintain themselves ;
and co-operate dlrfe't^&Wftrd'their re
turn to their old bornes!
SOW'S DEATH j.jKE GRANT'S.
Former President's Bracking Habit
;->V.; Taken Up by Younger- Mun. ?
The real vause of tho death of Gen- I
erst: Frederick D. ?rart on April 1,
1912, Was made public taf the Orst
time tho other day, - H? died of cahcer
Of thc throat su ?nu Induced by the ex
cessive' lise' of t?b?cc?y 'rr'flls 'father,
Q'eherel V. S. G rankled from ibo
same valise, and' tin? malignant growth
was attributed to?bo same ogsney.
'The facts regarding the death bf tba
younger Grant nra contained in tho fol
lowing ps rag ra ph f rom no crt lele bjr
Dr, Bobert Abbe of r?bw, Tonk, senior
surgeon to gL lake's v hospital/ who
waa with bim wbett<ba>dled; dd "The
baeco." which a puen red lu -th? Medical
Becord: > -
"I could not help''reminding bim (a
pn?eut) that one.'o? our great notional
heroes amok ed iUi-essauUy, ns every
ona;k^w,.ojid suffer,*} and died from
tho cobsehuences-v\pt-dtsbase of bia
throat Ula distiag?ls?s?i! son.' also a
heroic figure in ow? erhiy, ?depted fh??
saino bablt, Bmoke^'eijaallywcessanOy
iehf* ?uffer?? and died bf the sam?te*
tibie- cbosoiju?nees'. "'? Thia ia1 ? heavy
d?lgenco bf ?uc& v^ti?^^ ft*Htatba>f
^njaktpral habt.^" '
. '.'.y Han Hatches ^^- Crity*.,
. Oklahoma ben webt ?ttixy trying to
; .keep; track of .bunch nf hatched
; is?m eggs put ujidor Jt?r i*? a ?oke, t?d
v -^lig^reoa^. ?aw^lbeia^fea te?t thc
i selg&roorhoad. ..: > , ??.
Slip a few Pr
smokes into y
J?H?P You've nea
Jp patented proo
Mfr smoke your fill \
, ( it provies out eve
Iff Prince ^Vlbert has
[jg without coupons
fig prefer1 to give qualit;
/* There's sporV smoki
$i your own, but you k
Mg to have the right, tob
Iw Prince Albert will be
open for you to come
Kl firing up every little s
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Has capacity of seven
passengers. ' High grade
material. Neat appearance.
Reasonable prices. We also
make commercial bodies
and jitneys to fi t any make
car. Write for iUusti-atlons
The RockHiW Buggy Co.,
I Blue Ridge and Southern
From Ahd?rsa?^; S, C.
St. Louis, Mo. $??>.65
Ac i. ou ut Democrat Ie ri?tional Cwi
vcntlon. Tickets cr*' ealb June .?:': .
ll. with final limit June /25ihy 1914
Detroit, Michi:&?J?? ;
.Aec?u?t American - Medical Associa
filou. Tickets curr?le June .'ft. 9. ?0;
Ivvltli fmal limit ifvn? 21,-V*1W?;-.
Account Winthrop College Summer
School. Ticket? on ? salo June ? 12, ??.
If,, ?rfc, : 29, 80. v>th final limit Ju';sr
Account ; Peabody?CtolleatC i,$3airimor
ficiiool. Tickets on sa}e June 12. 14,
.15,. M. 19, . 24. July ^J?jfc'^'&ffi
Um)t IS days from date o? a?le
SgMMpic':.1 Vh?vefs?ty of Virginia
Pnmra?? School. ,\Tickets bn,;\'l;?ale
June, itv td '26: with tt??r ImrJt 16
n?ya from date' bf ?nl?V''\m6?et?'ca?
he extended u'ftfu Sect?rnne'r 30 by
paying a fee of f iT06 ' . i ?
' Buffalo;H?y.'i%om "
?ceouat- Aaclcnt; Arabic; Order, Nob
la* of fcyatle/Ehr?ti?; .'.TiokBteioa sal?
Jilly-?? s, 10. with finial Hnrtl^Sfc?
Salthnore/M?. $17;^ ; .
jy ??N??W^ on
July 19, Iftt?. * . ?
?fi ?*r *ef^^^ to
.?teal ticket--.f?tent' pr .c?iualcate
with 4. fl.. Andersen,: Sap** Aader
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pjir. system ! | jM?jl
ird many an earful about the Prince Albert^w^
ess that cuts out bite and parch and lets yo*r^L
vithoutacomeback! Stake your bank roll that
ng a p?^ j^jj^
in oh a good time nati^alj?y)tmoke "fl
o often, without a 1 ' pi
regret! You'll feel like your smoke past jj
has been wasted and wljH ^"sofcr?y^^^^p^ M
y You swing on this say-so like it wes a tip to a,. M
ft. thousand-dollar bill I It's worth#iat? in happi- /?F
|L ness and contentment to you; to every man' j?ff '
^M^^to^ Justfo^ .
BjflB^ a new pleasure in every re/resruna glow. ?fl
? FROM .
; Anderson, S. C.
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