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! sss s t>*<?u'u?t? ??? Con gr osa cro?s
the Third Congressional District, sub
ject to tho rules ut the D?mocratie
Au. H. DAQNAL?*
I am a candidate tor congress from
the Third Congressional district, aub-1
Ject to the rules ot the Democratic
. ?INO. A. BORTON.
I announce myself a candidato for
congress from the TMrd restrict. I
trill abide the rules, regulations and
oresults ot the D?mocratie!Primary. - .
FRED DOMINICK IS A CANDI.
DATB PO? CONG BE 88 SUBJECT TO
THE RCJ/E? OP THE DEMOCRATIC
j 1 am a. candidate tot' Congress from
the Third Congressional District, sub
ject to the rules -, of the Democratic
'?. . . TV Y ATT IrlivEN.
? nm a candidato for Solicitor of the I
Tenth. Circa.'', subject to the- rules of J
the democratic party.' -
LEON L. RICE.
. 't. hareby announce myself a candi
date tor the omsb.pf solicitor of . the
Tenth Judicial circuit, subject to the
rules and regulations ot the Demo
cratic primary. ?L?
KURTZ P. SMITH.
X hereby annornce myself a can
didate for solicitor of tho tenth Ju
d lo! a i circuit, subject to the action
of'the D?mocratie party In the en
suing primary election. ?-.?,'
J. R. EARLE.
I hereby announce. myself as
candidate for the o fd co of Supervisor I
of Anderson county, subject-to t'ie |
rulen of the democratic party.
W. REEVES CH AMD LEE.
: I hereby announco-myself aa a:
candidate for re-election as Superv;
anr of. A?dersou County, subject to
the rules of the D?mocratie Primary
J. MACK KINO. y
SUPERINTENDENT OF EDU
. 'ut-, hereby announce myself a candi
date for ?ho o Ulco of Jiu perin ten de nt
j of Edi; cat lon for And creon county,
' ic primary;" Platform: EnTlctehcy ^ in
? tho. school room,i better schools in the
rural: nod mill districts, more Andor
eon county girls aa teachers and. no
partiality whatever, in selecting teach
" .;:-;ere.-v V .io; ?..
O. T. WILLIAMS., .
T he.eny announco myself a candi
dato for re-election to thAv office of
Superintendent- o? Education, subject
to tho mita of. the democratic party.
?'',y<.r'.-:.' . X B. PELTON.
I am a candidate for Superintendent
. Of Education for Anderson county,
subject to the rules ot the Democratic
A. W. MEREDITH. .
"COUNTY TREASURER ;
;: I hereby announce 'myself a candi
date for. County Treasurer,. subject
to tba rules bf the democratic party.
J. H. ORAIO.*
I .hereby announco mynolf o candi
; ?j data, for County Treasurer, subject
to the rules ot tie domo eratic party.
J. R. C. GRIFFIN..
I hereby announce rnyseif a candi
date *t?r County Treasurer, subject
to the rules o2 tba d?mocratie party.
. ? "hereby announce myselfi a; candi -
: date for re-election te tho oboe, of
--Treasurer for Anderson county, anb
Ject to the rotes of the df,?ocr?ti?
a N. C. BOLSMAM, < j
r.r- hereby announce myself a eau
didatelor County Treasurer , Subject
to tho rules of the Democratic party.
r W. ?. SPEARMAN.
; ;. . , . ''-SHERIFF ; ~~".
; 1 hereby announce myself a eandfr
f ?aie for tte o?ee ot'-.Sharia for An>
, i;deraon cottoty. anbjeet to the mles ?f.
tba d?mocratie party. ^
.; . T. J. H?RTIr*,
? '-1 hereby aai^i??ea niyseif a cand?- j
vdal* for Starla ?t Anderson county,
? wg^itiU? W?? rules of tb^ Demoer^q j
'}] .'^i'isreby'Mnonnea^lf a eutdt
' ; i^ett^'a?ae'ttnea myself a?;?"^*
" dlt?t*Yor r^leet?oa to ?lt* oJfioa. af
' j^y^ ML Pt ASHLttT. .'
PAPA II MIA SA?'I
Anderson Girl Says She Was)
- Afraid to L?eave House
NOW VISITS FRIENDS
Says Breathing Was So Difficult |
She Could Hardly Eat-Reliev
ed By Tanlac?
. j "I. suffered terrible' with shortness
of breath, which trouble was partie
ularly bad after eating. Often after
a meal I would gasp for air and
soinotimes have to go to bed. I Was
afraid to leave the house, and when
I began tah fug Tanlac, I had been
very sick for ? year, bul I am. In fine
' This remarkable statement was
ni'.i?.. tv-J ijlac 'XI2<!LJ? Trlfeyli*, d?U-Sh
ter of Mc. and Mrs. E. C. Tribblo, of
4G Hammett street, Anderson. H.r
father and mother were present dur
ing tho time Miss Tribblo was inter
viewed and approved their daugh
1 would gasp for air while cuting,"
continued Miss Tribblo, "and finally
get to where I could hardly sf ti I
had ho appetite, either, and I "suffered
n lot from, nervousness. Often af
ter eating a bite or two I would have
to go to bed so I could get my breath.
My case was very had, and papa had
spent a lot of money , for medical at
tendance for me,' but I continued to
"I was afraid.to leave the house, <too
for' fear I would have a spell while
away. Finally, papa bought mo a bot
tle ot Tanlac, and it relieved my
shortness of breath and -built up my
strength. ' ?t gavo me a great appe
tite. Kow I am able <to visit around
ot the homes cl- myfriendB and enjoy
myself, and I took only one bottle ot
Tanlac. I am much stronger now, I
am happy and feel fine. Tanlac cer
tainly has helped me. ,
' "I'can and do recommend Tanlac,
for it has helped me so much. Papa
and mama are very well , pleased, in
deed, with the benefit Tanlac gave me.
They aro grateful, and they both praise
lt. They say lt has done wonders,
? Tani nc,-the man ter medicine, ls sold
exclusively In Anderson by Evans'
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LIGON miva CO , Spartanburg, S. V.
CLERK OF COURT
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t hereby announce myself ? as
s-.ndldnto for re-election as clerk of]
"o?rt, subject to the - rules of tae|
cmocratlo primary election..
?AS' PR A Rill AN. |
I hereby announce i/./self ns a can
didate for clerk of court for.'Andorcon
county, and pledge myself to abide by
the results of tho demo ?eat ie primary
W. C.. BROADWELL..'
Fer Roxend Commissioner J
I annouueo to the voters of South
Carolina-,that I am ri candidate for
Railroad Commissioner and hereby
pledge myself to abide by tba rules
of the Democratic party.
, ALBERT 8. FANT.
FOR HOUSE OF REPRESEN
I hereby announce myself r. Candi
date for the House ol Representatives
for Anderson county, subject to the
toles of tie democratic party.
I hereby annomnco myself a candi
date for tho House of Representa- \
tlvc? for Anderson county, subject to j
the rules ot the Democratic party.
> v ? . J. A. DUNCAN,
Th? MOI ?andldato.
I hereby anno unco myself 4 candi
date for tho Ho uso of Representatives
for ?od?rayn county, subject to the
rules . ot ino. DemocrafJo party. ' .. .
; W. X. MAHAFFKY
,;: ToRConom& "
,t hereby announce;^^mysa?i'? candi
dato for tb? omeo ot Coroner for An
derson eonnty, edftftci to tue; rule? of
foe democratic.party. St baa &s?n my
pleasure to a?rve yon tn-thia capacity
capable, and ? need; ?je.offic?K .
; - /'?:'.; J, ESLVAS BBASLKir.
'hereby announce ayrsalf a .candi-*
date tor' ree??etton, ,t? tba / aO?e ..'. of
Coroner for Andarsoa county, eubject
to : the;: roles} dS; tfc*^de?e^rattlo pr>
SF* ' . ' ' o. ftAKcr?.
t hereby aanoiww wyselt M
pi?ata f?r;el?*fcoo: to th? c???v ot
Coroo^t; subject to tb? rolen c? tb?
dswoeratie P**?^.^ -pfca&fcr '
BIBLE GUSS 1?1B
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PLANS MADE TO ENTERT?IJN
Splendid Program Prepared for)
Federation of Two South
Carolina Methodist Con
Sparenburg, Juno 28.-With tho|
program completo and all arrange
ments perfected for the entertain
ment of the two thounand or more
visitors that are expected.*Sumter is
ready for tho Fourth Annual meeting
cf tbs Wes!^- Bible c's^ fada'fA't?d??
Of the two Sou th Carolina Methodist
conferences, -which wlll_ convene in
that city next Monday night and, re
main- in session through Wednesday
morning. The people of. Sumter
havo made provision, for the enter
tainment of the delegates at very low
rates and will be disappointed, if the
number in attendance fells below'
The program for the federation is
a literary treat. One of the honored
guests of the meeting who will oc
cupy a conspicuous place on the
program will he Dr.. Ralph Welles
Keeler, Associate Editor Adult class
publications of the Sunday School,
Board' of the Methodist Episcopal]
church and blB coming to South Car
olina is a rare treat tor those who i
fball attend the meeting.
Another visitor will bo Dr. Chas.
I). liulla, who bas attendee! the' three
iormer. sessions of the federation.
Dr. Bulla Ui' superintendent of thc
Wesley Bible class department of the
church. When he was elected, there
was hot a single Wesley class ' In
southern Methodism. Today, there.
Sro more (han 5,000 and tho number |
is rapidly increasing. Another wel
come visitor at the,federation will be!
Rev, John W. Shackleford. who|
makes bia,Initial visit to-South Car
olina Kineo hit) election as superin
tendent of. the7 Teacher-Training- de
The. opening session of the federa
tion wilt be held iii Trinity Methodist
church, Monday evening at 8:30
o'clock. .Tho address that evening
will be delivered by Dr. A. C. Rern
bert of Wofford coliege on "Back
to the Bible."t ...
y.< Tuesday morning addresser, will
J?vd?djvered d>y fwy* .T? > W^Mpijnor
Ilya 'on TOiav Wesley Biblo "elisa" and
the" Country Church," Dr. R. E.
Stackkduse on "Correlating the
.TRom?. Jho Church, and , the Sunday
School to Save tho -'Teen Ago Boy";
Rev. -A. N. Brunson, on' "Evange;
lism in the Wosley Bible Class;"
Rev. .John W. Shackford on "Rellg-|
-loin in Education"; Rev. E. O. Wat.-?
s?n.' D. p., on "The Holy Crail of
tho Wesley ClasB"; Dr. Ralph Well
CB keeler on. "Tho Man in the Fog"
and an' address by Dr. Chas. D.
Tuesday - afternoon, "addresses will
foe given by Revs. G. F. Kirby, C.
E; Peele, and G. T. Harmon, and
Messrs. M. W. Brabham and H.
Tuc3day e\|pning there will be ai
address by Dr. II; N.<;Snyder, ,,the
gifted president ot. Wofford-' college^
On"; Wednesday >morning; there will
boi.aadresses by Rev, R.*:E. .Turnip
seed. Hon. 'Thoa. H.1 Tatami' Prof.
J.?Mi Way, Mr. w. V. Martin, Rev.
D. M. McLeod, Rev. John W'.;-Shack
ford; Dr. ? E?ilph Welles Keeler and j
Dr. Chas.1 D. Bulla.
Low rates have been granted by
all of the railroads. Tho Orange
"burg district bas arranged to operate
a. sp?cial train over the Ataintic
Coast Line on .July 4,' At least 200
are , expected to go from the city of
ptangaburg on tW? .'train, arid it will
also pick np large crowds at all
other, stations as the route.
meaaa.-alV. fa the comfo?f. c2 your
glasses. ' Thia ?? why I ?rt citan hear
tbs pleasing remark >"Dr. Catnpbeil
I am delighted' wi??" my glasses.** I
laid the foundation for this remark iq
the examination room, it being equip
ped with the vary largest appliances
that science has-imparted to men for
malting a differential diagnosis ; at
your eye trottble. hence, guoas work ls
eliminated. Thea being able to unter
into the?spirit of one t having eye
trouble sante ssaturo aa yours, I design
and grind the g>aa?re to please*
adjust - thew t?V taa^^ntonr of vyi.
ffrfc ;-?;-TUt^.^^#::swkl^.:i ye**: i-*et
h?re and Tatt couldn'*, get, bettes, in
waw^yora or^^rja und ifM^poai' isl
- JffeW.fo $5.00. Repair? ide np. J
I t'a to your interest and tzzztZTt j
to. s-ead ; tny . ads. ovary -, day-/- .'. X i^awr-'l
aatoe eVvry word trna, j
IN DEFENSE PUN
Torpedo Wiib Bange of Twen
ty Miles ls Possible.
EXPERTS LIKE THE SOBEME
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Chlcaoo Man 8aye That lt lo Practi
cable-Would Hov? Caisson? Four
MiiwB AP?rt on Both Coasts-At?
mosphero Now Affects Wireless
Phons and Torpedoes. ~
High speed torpedoes with an effec
tive range ot more than twenty miles,
with submarine structures in constant
electrical connection with stations on
t?e shore and warships a short dhv
tance ont-this, In skeleton, is a pro
gram sold to be under consideration
by our military and navai authorities.
There ara so many of these devices
which to the ordinary man no tm im
possible that this plan was taken td
a prominent Chicago authority on elec
trical matters with the question:
"Ia there anything absurd on the face
of thief9 He gare a negative answer,
seemingly holding lt OB something theo
retically possible'and likely capable of
The plan calls for a .line ot defense
hp and down the Atlantic and Pacific
coasts lu'the form of submarine cais
sons constructed of re-enforced con
crete,'located a few hundred feet from
the shore and connected with land by
I tunneLv these caissons to be about five
mi lea apart and connected by telephone
and wireless with a central point at
Washington through subcentral sta*
tiona located inland. These subcentral
stations would bo In constant com
munication with the patrol fleet of bat
tleships and aLeO with" the aeroplanes
which-the Aero: Club of America is
proposing for> our coast and bordera.
Torpedo of. Greatest Power.
-The new* weapon said to bo used tn
I thia system end to have been devised
' by a superintendent of one bf the plants
i of the Crucible-Steel company is a
I torpedo , of greater range and power
than anything ot the sort now in use.
This weapon would'be supplied to the
cn i sn ons, winch would have periscopes
and aU. necessary Electrical equipment
Thc r.truettirea v.-onld ncctl only throe
men tor op?ration, lt Ima been estim?t'
ed that 5.000 miles of our coast would
call ?or this kind, ot protection. ? Thu
I WOUld make the,construction of ".'XX
;^ofv these ealssoesvnecessary, and iu -ii
''WOuld be equipped .with ten torpeo .> ?
tho cost of which would bo $10,000 each
V ^Conceivably thia swould- be n perfeci
. protection for PUP coast-if the sysfeu
jjVjere extended, ilt ls only, a question ol
practicability, nua that is" to bb ?lom
oustrnted.'. Who nu pno remembers thi
many n^?rvelouwffhlngs that bavo beet
?done iny electrical science and tho at|i
collateral therero he cannot afford u
dismiss", such aitblng ns thia as nn.es
travagant creation of the fancy. Thi
ii world laughed at Darlua Oreen and hi!
flying machine. ' ? Thc world now be
stows Unstinted admiration cm tho aero
i:V.It ls generally found that "new,dc
vices which rouse great expectationa'li
their earlier stages disappoint to a cet
? tain extent when .'they come Into usc
Tho comments bf certain authorities oi
these modern contrivances are high!;
Instructive. One of them says that th
wireless .telegraph' ls extremely subjec
;to: fch'anges' Un wind and' weather am
that for the present ita usefulness I
limited. . Operators who want to tall
over a distance of many hundred mlle
try and try again without success" nu
then bave to wait until tho otmosph?r
gives them a good chance.
Atmosphere Affects Wireless Phone,
The wireless telephone is much mor
sensitive to atmospheric conditions tba;
tho Wireless telegraph. Nevertbeles
tho authority says tho wireless tele
phone will bo useful In the ca?e of vet
sels flfty. or a hundred, miles frot
shore. tu quite i^ncelvnble that tb
equlplte^can bo sb changed as to nei
t ra UKO unite vorab! O conditions in a di
grce. The u&ephonb bas long been nee
On board vtisels OB a 'means of henri n
Wt Vt. ir going ou under t to surf nee o
the'- vater--for example, the waa
against dangerous rocks.
One of tho experts wo* asked nat
! > the. recent report that Oerman open
tors of submarine* could direct the!
.torpedoes by bearing Instead of algl
.an* tent presently the perlse?s5vw?
become uoueceas?rjv This, be sah
wag theoretically, correct, bat making
good bit wouid bb a chance-in otn$
wojds, that method bas not been p*
feeted to the point of efficiency. Tb
British, he said; bad long.been able 1
locate' sob warbys <>y soond. The qu?
tioh appears" to be whether they Wi
ever' be able to locate 'hem so acct
iriiw^ifc?f? them with a torpedo:
?" iThe American may congratulate hin
: ?elf that his countrymen ar? ns copa li'
'uneof invention us any elana*
people to! tba wbr?a^d that thereto.
?pvemmcnt as to bviftg this ingenr?l
mt? ara, ??s os our military ana c.
: va*, devteea, vbaVa* fcipiba"- taken inp-" t
otbier nation? and P^e^?it
* HOPEWELL NEWS *
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Tbe cron ^2 this section ii s.vc sbcut!
recovered from tho effect? ot the
hail. Cotton has finally com* up to
a very good stand, hat it makes tho j
fields have a vdry ragged appear- ?
. Miss Agnes Orr of Westminster is |
visiting her cousins, the MisHes Mos
leys. Quite a humber ot parties were
given in her honor lost woek.
Hopewell boys - who have igone to
thc war are Messrs. -Willlo King aud
D. Whit Vandiver.
Tho Woman's Missionary society
met at tho Church Wodnesday ? af
For Sunburn try A. D. S. Per
oxide Cream 25c. Varalk, Cher
ry and Strawberry Cream today. I
Owl Drug Co.
for FORD Gars
Has capacity of t seven
passengers. " High grade
material. Neat appearance.
Reasonable prices. Wo also
make commercial bodies
and jitneys t? fit any make
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The Rock Hill Buggy Co.,
?? Rock Hill, S. C.
Says a glass <
Why l? wan "and
?he time, feeling neb
.dent, worried; sonw
achy, dull and tins
flays really incapaci
ness.- i : - \'
If we all would
drinking of phoapj?a?
before breakf ast w?
inf? change would ta|
stead of thousands.
crowds of happy, ft
cheeked people ever;
.reason is that th? ht
C?p^j?pt rid ita??f ea
.Xffe;\ wasteit\ a??|
our present mode of
every ounce o? foot
taken : into the sfrste:
ounce' ot wast? tuai
carried out, else ii
into the blood/
cleaii the a^h<
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' and Service.
This bank offers absolute security to Us deposi
tors and endeavors at all times to render prompt and
polite st vice to its customers.
Peoples Bank of Anderson
BLUE RIDGE AND SOUTHERN
From Anderson, S. C.
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than ana woman
? splendid health habit.
afr hot water with a teaspoonful of
phosphate in it washes poisons
iystem, and makes one feel ; V il
:lean, sweet and fresh. "\
woman, half morning ni ear ilk inside .organs . ;^jfll
r?iis, dcfepon- pf the previous day's accumula- i
? days head- tion of indigestible .waste and! ^
trun?; some body toxins.. Men and women,
?tated by ill- whether sick or well, are advised! ;
to drink each ruornin^,? b?f01*0 (I
practico the breakfest, a glass of real, hot
ked hot water water with a teaspoonful of lime* ;
[fit ? gratify- ; stone phosphate m it, 'aiya harm
re place. In- less ineana of washing out o5 .;} "
of half-sick, the stomach, liver, kidneys and' j
s with pasty, ; bowels the indigestible .material, ?
,YC chouid see. waste, sour bile and toxins; thus f l
eitlthy, rosy- cleansing, sweetening and purl- 1
rohere. 5?he ? fying/fh'j entire alihientary canal
nnan ivieitt lofc^ T
m'?xj^?fii? ' stdtnactt. , -
rates ?ler HiUions of ^ 11;
jiving. For 'their turn at constipation, bilious . ||
1 and drink attacks, t?d stomach* sick Ite^lX
rA nearly ah nones, rhetunatism, lumbago,
mt must be' nervous days and tdeeplesa<n1ghta ,, p
?rments'pnd have become .riMfrvei?anl^ ?aboij* ; . ?1
i ?poisons in tho niorning-inside totV* -<M , jj
r: .-, . ' . ': ;- - bhat?- wlM not e???%mch th? % sfNatW-!* |
'e?nnst;^ach--;:^ ' .. | . ?