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Our Wont Ads tr? always in tho
public cy-'.'. They are seen by th?
banker and tho day laborer, tho
bis salary man anil tho clerk, the
ca?l\ girl and the oxperleoced sten
ographer. They reach thew all
Vi i.1.1 i li 1 I I ll * I
Intelligencer Classified Ads bring
what yon want when yon want (t
They ni? on the job 84 hours each
day and brlsg far better returns than
any othes- quarter you can lurent.
We HU the Nail on tho head
.vcryUsjs raiea it corses in result*
in Want Ada. Try one yourself
When In need of help of any hied
the ClatsbV* ".clumnn of The In.
tclllgencer viii u.:uy times put you
In tench with desirable persons who
take tte lUlutlve and' advertise for a
Always on top with results; Try
ono of our Want Ads and watch tho
Results spin ypur way.
If that cooli of j washerwoman has
Mi yon in the lurch yen. may-fud
n bette* ehe through the Classified
Columns of Tho Intelligencer. De*
^WP^^ff^^it^y1'8 ?.? he.
obfa?uea through these columna.
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That Ring, True with Results.
Everything, for everybody.. Posl
^.i???s, Homer?, ?cnnn?u, stores,
Bav'gaiRO. ' Try ono tomorrow.
Maybe yon are asking yourself a
qwstts* rteh? now ^K-W?W*
ad ;itt.^SHh iBfeiUfctwer wm mm
fer yeti. ;
The Hoy'fe f?uc.cenaful Classified
'tied Advertlolm; .Columns. They'll
open tho door to just what you
Beal estaSo^year w*? esta' -Is
" tte market until tt ts adter.
, ' Aj. brbValag ? success v' ar* 'DOT
'Clnsslflcd Ads,, They bf^ lthe
,Vatit, ' .
'teCT<H?>l?l lilli,.imil>?ii|l.| lg|IM^??CM?B .WMIIMWI
;V#*fo?r*y that ii "renwMe ia me si
^?50? ?mm* :<m#m
q&rtatimmrits. ftmpposo you j try'
I ?m a candidato Cor Congress from
tbs Third Congressional District, cub
loot to tb? rules of th? Democratic
A. U. DAGNALL.
I am a. candidate for congress fren
tho Third Congressional district, sub
Jcot to the rules of tho Democratic
JNO. A. HORTON.
I announce myself a candidate for
cougreBS from tho Third District. I
?rill abide the rules, regulations and
roBUIta of the Democratic Primary.
HENRY C. TILLMAN.
FRED DOMINICK IS A CANDI
I DATE FOR CONGRESS SUBJECT TO I
IV.IE BULES OF TUE DEMOCRATIC |
I sm ft candidate for Solicitor of th? |
I Tont!i Circuit, subject to the rules ot j
tho democratic party.
LEON L. BICHL
I beroby announce myself: a candi
I date for the office of solicitor ot the I
Tenth Judicial circuit, subject to tho]
rules and regulations ot th? Demo
eratic primary. *
KURTZ P, SMITH.
I hereby announce myself a can-1
I didate for solicitor bf tho tenth Ju-1
dlaial circuit, subject to .th? action
of Mae- Democratic party in the en
i suing pr I in ur y election.
J. R. EARLE.
I hereby announce myself as
candidato for the office of Supervisor |
ot Anderson county, subject to th? |
j rules of the democratic party.
W. REEVES CH AMBLER.
I hereby announce myself an
:<M)didate for re-election as Supervi
[?cr Ot Anderson County, subject to |
the rul?s of tho Democratic Primary
Ielection. ::>"' . *e'&i2i
I SUPERINTENDENT OF EDU
I hereby ann o une o mys ol C a candi
date for tho o frico of Superintendent j
of Education for . Anderson county,]
subject to tho rules pf thp.Democrat
ic primary. 'Platform: Efficiency in I
the echo ol room, better schools tn thai
rural' and mill districts, more Ander- !
bow c o u h ty " g l r Is ' nu ' Teachers and n o |
partiality whatever In selecting teach-;
O. T. WILLIAMS.
I hereby ann ounce mya elf. a candi
date for re-election to tho omeo cf
Superintendent ot Education, subject
to tile rules ot the D?mocratie party.
J. B. PELTON.
I am a candidato for Superintendent
tat Education- for Andersen county?
Subject "to: the rules ot the Democratic
A* W. MEREDITH.
M ' ' ,-: ??' '"
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for County Treasurer, subject
to t?o rulco ot tbp d?mocratie party.
Wf? H. CRAIG.
thereby announce myself a candi
date for County Treasurer, subject
to tho rales of the democratic party.
j; a. a dRiJwiN,
I hereby nrmouncb mysnlt A candi
dato ion County.vTressurer. subject
to the rales ,oi fae democratic party.
& A. WRIGHT.
ii I hereby announce myself a candi
date for weWtetioa'to tUe' otto* ;?t
TfeuDuror i.;?. AUdoraon county, sub
ject to the rt?*q of tho democratic
| ? hereby announce myself a can
didate fqr C?.?iuiy. ^?asuref H .'subject
to the rules of the Democratic party.
W.' A. SPEARMAN.
?? 1 .. ,
: I hornby announce; myself a candi
late for, th? oStce ot,Sheriff fer An
doraT county, subject to tho rules of
tho fltvmoeratic, party.
T. j. MARTIN,
f t hershy anh?re? m.,.
*ate fdr Sber?f bf Aadsrsbit betinty,
abject tn th? rales of the DemocraUo
EAT LESS 'NO ME
Take A Glau of Salt? if Your
Back Hurt-, or Badder
The American men and women must
guurd constantly against Kidney trou
ble, because wo cat too much and all
our food ?B rich. Our blood ia filled
with uric acid which tho kidneys strive
to filter out, they weaken from over
work, (jerome sluggish ; tho elimina- j
tivo issues clog and the retiult is kid
ney iioublo, bladder weakness and a
general declino in health.
When your kidneys feel liko lumps
of lend; your back hurts or tho urine
is cloudy, full of sediment or you
aro obliged to seek relief two or three
times during the night, if you suf
fer with sick stomach, or you have
rheumatism when tho weather is bad,
get from your pharmacist about four
ounces of Jad Salts; take a tablespoon
ful in a glaes of water before break
fast for a few days and your kidneys
will then act fine. This famous salts
is toads from tho acid o? srapea and
lemon juice, combined with Iltbla, and
haa been ut?ed for generations to flush
and iii ?ni ul ?i to cloged kidneys; to neu
trally the actdB in tho urine so lt
no longer, is a sourco of irritation,
thus ending bladord disorders.
Jad Salts ls inexpensive; cannot in
jure, makes a delightful effervescent
Utbia-rater beverage, and belongs in
every homo, becauso nobody can make
a mlctaku by having a good kidney
flushing any time.
Hie ideas ss?essaan b the Want
Ad; direct in method-convinc
ing in argument'-?nd reaching
hundreds of customers in one
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P FOR AUDITOR
; I hereby announce myself a candi*
date tor Auditor for Anderson county,
?abject to the rules ot tho Demo era tr
j party, election.
ANDREW* PO FANT; .
For Railroa? Coni??ioiucr
I announce to the voters of South
Carolina that. I am ? candidate for
Riailroad Commissioner and hereby
pledge myself to abide by the rules
of tba Democratic party, t
ALBERT S. PANT.
I SOME INTERESTING
li DEMOCRATS AT ST.
Like a Ratification Meeting.
: : Wilson's Renomination Set
\ ' tied on Months Ago-Del
; . coates Glad to Greet
:; Leader Murphy.
fHT?,HE harmony which tba Repnb
? Ileana at Cblcngo nought for la
one thing the Democrats at St.
Louis were certain of from the
?tart Tho Democratic convention ls
more of a ratification mcetlug thnn
anything else. The result at Chicago
has been the popular subject at St.
Louis. If the Democratic notional con
vention possessed a press agent that
loved bis art he would he bunting for
another Job. Tody Hamilton would
shake his head over the situation, for
there ls mighty Mtt!c publicity mt-yt in
sweet nmlty. National Committeeman
Marsh of Iowa put ibo case.
"What we need," bo said, "Is a rip
snorting, knockdown light, followed by
all around handshaking/'
Flags and sigua at headquarter* tell
that 8t. Louis hns-n convention. The
New York state delegation lins done its
best in this respect with its targe head
quarters on the ground floor directly
opposite the national committee's head
I quarters In the Jefferson. The delega
tlon's name is flung across the whole
building, yet in/spite of lt some person?
were confused by a. sign in ^(otatlor
marks directly beneath ij, ..Prominent
Democrats." ' B.Ut closer Inspection
showed that this was not a boast, but
on advertisement of a pamphlet on sale
Two doors away..*? the flamboyant
center, cf. Roger Sullivan's vice proal
dent la i boom. - Kcnrby ls tho head
quarters of the Kentucky delegation
The' Kentuckinns housed . ihemsclvcr
over a cafe. . ,v"' " *r
Before the Coliseum'was flited ur
for the convention the presence in on?
of the streets near by of .an efficient
looking steam roller was remarked 01
by many wags. ' fe
Murphy Center Figure.
When Charles E". Murphy of Tam
many Hall arrlved^&e was the^centra
figure In the Democratic cony en t loi
crowd. He arrived from French Liol
Springs, Ind.. with .Sheriff. J*vfed \E
Smith, Sena tor Robert: F. Wc&?or ant
Charley Wbl*o. ;
H?, was surrounded soonafterxhls at
rival by a' score- of newspaper rc
porters fran; mU??\?s western cities am
p.nkcd for h's opinion of lUin.^i f?cner
;fH&;';ft?dJ>; Jl?t d"ovlat?fHnp'nl8 eua
t?nwry'eW e?? '. '"
-,' JSS.T. iMujfp hy ? was t sketched by i
d?rfea newspaper artists' und was bt
seeched to let 3 flashlight be taker
He'said ho pretended to l?t como on
'else get the publicity.
Mr. Murphy, did not spend much tim
about the hotel lobby.; He played gol
at French Lick, .and belooks muc
mere Uko an athlete than usual.
Sheriff Smith of New. York also wa
a center of attraction. His repu tat io
bad preceded him to tbs middle west
and many of the Democrats from th
west sought him of and Introduce
.themselves to hlvi.
big. persons w ho said'they were cage
to shake hands with tho new Tan
many triumvirate-Mesara. Murphy
Smith and Wagner.
Han Without, a Candlaate.
Robert Emmet Burke, delegato s
large from Illinois, fsa man without
candidate. ' Elected aa ? delegate on
"no preference'* platform, Mr, Burt
Is tn.a quandary because lt waa cc
tain the uamo of President Wilson i
tko only one that will be placed befoi
the convention. Mr. Bur ko declined (
say whom bo would vote for, bu? bi
fellow delegates atfree that bl? vol
>ouId n?v?rbe r?ctt?fod.
;.'J?uBt\'in'.!rttnnb^;^'io the Jeffersc
from tho ?mite-'lHm
two.-oe threo-times that.one ia loofclr
ac th? largest shoe raaanfecturing coi
ceras tn the United States. A tent
tlvo poll discloses twenty-four bra
elles, mther of theefr'thlaga. might-1
imo of Chicago lt Chicago had thong!
of arranging lt But lt takes a. lot
walk to find twenty-four naloous, at
that; is whero tho difference begin
Bet^rfen; the Jefferson ' end tho Co
?tt?n- there ere tt?ay eld faShlom
*eat??aces,. such ns one Decs in Biel
moud, and, though nwt of them bal
b^aaob;.f>!at? .built tote them, th?
glvo an'alr which oven, the Coliseum
.name' cannot mako ?emiuiscent of Ct
"&&????? wbilo the. Htreets to o?
direction aro numbered fn tba modes
fashion the streets across are name
One o? them ia fronst street. 6
?xiui? is imsey-woolsey ot the old eu
4? &oW: Are B?siesi ' -
.V The pulse of e convention .towao:
be tain in the bot?is, . ?n S t Lou?a oj
.30 Sut,':ba^^?iiio?. leek tao
?uter?ting dorthlia*1^; Ifeterestcd tht
a bc*?! as the M?rtftieito chair? Bi
the sidewalk for lounging guest?, J
SIDE LIGHTS OF
LOUIS CONVENTION ii
Quaint Residences Near Coli- ;
seum-Real Steaifi Rotier :
Creates Fun - Southern ?
Delegates at the Plant- \
err?-Bryan a Reporter. :
Gutzon Borglum, tho sculptor, U nt
St. Louis. He attended his first po
litical convention in Chicago, though
ho had attended many other conven
tions of other sorts before. He says
solemnly that be bsd attended dentists'
conventions of traveling men, but there
w*s something about tho Chicago con
Tc-ntion. be added, that was diff?rent
from theso others.
Bryan Acting as Ec perter.
Some people at St Louis illustrated
tho tedium they saw in Btoro for then
by saying that for the first time sine*
1890 William Jennings Brynn wonk
not be lapp, position tu ?rot busy al
a Democratic convention. But that t
a superficial view of a strange circu?a
stance. The eight of Mr. Bryan at i
Democratic convention, unable even t<
speak without a unanimous consent, 1
a spectacle not to bo compared wltl
anything Chicago bsd to offer.
Mr. Bryan failed to be elected a deli
gate, aud only the joint proxy.of ;
delegate and alternate from his stat
of .Nebraska ' would entitle him to
rent and voice in the convention. H
ls ot tho convention, however, nn a ri
porter, In which capacity bo served II
the Chicago convention also. ,
St. Louis hos made unusual prepari
tiona for the entertainment of h(
guests, and St Louis ls just the rigl
size for this kind ot hospitality-bl
enough to do it well, small enough t
care about doing lt. It is even whl
pored that the prizefight ordmnnci
were to be relaxed a little after tl
show, for'the benefit of Tammany
representatives, with then* suppose
hearty tasten. The atory ia that sen
twelve round bouts.-have been a
ranged, which Referee Charley Whit
.who ia sergeant-a?-arms of the co?ve
Uon, should particularly enjoy.' -
Senator John I'. Shafrotlr of Col
ra do is un a cl ve ca i o of the adoption
a suZi-age plunk. -
"Equal suffrage i? an evolution
democratic government and beean
of Its justice ls sure to triumph/' t
clared Mr. Shafroth.
Bill Sapp a Modest Wail.
It may he nanon need absolutely a
^x?ln8)^I^;that''C??on>1 BillflapR he
* of y th? Kansas delegation, ' pofltlvi
would.:not accept the nomination f
vico president and has never no ran
as thought of seeking; the president
nomi nat loti, at least not at the. lt
convention. Bill Sapp had started l
the Jefferson elevator when he v>
flagged by a reporter, and he told 1
reporter so himself.
"Bi* \.e have beek. ?old/i Coloi
Sapp vras informed, "that prcosi
which you will bo unablo to wfthstfl
will be'brought to bear upon you, o
therefore the. convention v/lll com
you to, accept tho vice presidency,
view; of. these facts, wtil you let
know for publient Inn something nb<
the things that you stand for, Colo;
"i nm unalterably against prob
. tlon In npy form, s tato or nattai
first, last and al way si" cried Colo
Sapp. with vehemence. "And you a
also say, my friend, that Colonel X
liam F. Sapp of Galena.. Kan., natl
ni committeeman from-tho great Bl
.of .Kansas,- s state, my friend, wt
tu ra Hy, Intrinsically and as nn ni
nilly tho hub of thin gio don a Un
-you may tell the culture and civil
tlon in your st a to that, second to j
hibitlon, Colonel Sapp of Galena ie
utterahly opposed to granting oufTr
to ' the fair daughtera, tho wives,
mothers and the fomalo swjwthsl
of this our glorious nation.".
The chief amusement a del?gate
dubbed, tn- on arriving at St Louis ;
inspecting the? Coliseum at WSBh
ton fend Jeversen ayeon**; a talle f
the Hotel JouVsouv
Tba did Planters hotel,. enc ot
.. moat famous inns in tho world, i
center for ceaVentton-jytsifc^
Uop,.a>e ot the Pb^nt?r? ?ud ?li tj
toadies and enjoy . the ?r^gr?t?ee
mint juleps. v; ' ?.
: ls generally accepted nt St L
that the presc.it intention o? Prcaii
Wilson ls hoi tb nwk? any-csmpi
nips, althqugli ito ' Undoubtedly,
hieko a number.nf speeches,during
of tho'Am?rie?? monition o? Ln
)Proh4bly; bo witt^t6;imt?ae?#
June 20 r,ud to Detroit early ia -
foi meetings of adver?slntr menai
?t\?\ notification of his renomS*
at. Shadow ?AVf??'fp^.ea*toe/||
ta&n for th?;t?m?i*r in:N?n*$?
j Shadow occsiiop.^
iL?Mwer? ruixteewn on ^u)?to i
?lajEar' ' ' -:;.,-' ..
Children Cry fer F^etolif ?rt?
Tho Kind Yon Have Always Bought, and which ha? boen
In use tor over 30 years? has borne the Signatare of
_ , r and hats been made under his per- !
rf??6r7*^* ' ?onal supervision since ita infancy?
r? /<i?c&?/c?; Allow no ono to deceive you tn this*
All Counterfeits, Imitation* and .* Just-as-good " are bu& <
experiments that trifle with and endanger the health af
Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment?
?astoria ls a harmless substituto for Castor Oil, Pate?
Boric, Drops anet toothing Syrups. It ia pleasant. It
contain? neither Opium, Morphine nor other "Narcotics
substance. Ita ag* fe ita guarantee, lt destroys "Worms
and allays Feverishness. For moro than thirty years it
has been in conptant use for the relief of Constipation*
Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and
Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels,
assimilates *he Food, giving healthy and natara"! eleen.
The Children's Panacea-Tho Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTOR SA ALWAYS
?Btiars the Signature cf
Th? Kind YQU H ti ve Always Bou?hi
1 -~~-" -"~
if your linenn are laundered hy un. ? The shirts aro. nicely ?ln Inned,
carefully folded and aro free from'surplus starch on the body or
The. collars are evenly shaped, have smooth edges and fcot easy
and comfortable to wear.
The cuffs bend without breaking In the middle and they do not
hug your wrists toe tightly. -
Yqu'i! like our work
No question about it, * . *""'
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Anderson Steam -Xattttdffy
t . : my ? ? i Mi
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