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I ara A candidat* for Congress from
tao Third Congressional District, sub
ject to tba rules of tba Democratic
A. H. DAONALL,
. I ara, a candidate for, .congress from
tie 'Third Congressional district, iub
pntf tb m#' rules of tba Democratic
JNO. A. HORTON.
I announce myself a candidate for
EB from tho Third District I
abide the rules, r?gulations and
s al tho Democratic Primary.
HENRY C. TILLMAN.
FB2D DOMINICK IS A CANDI.
DATS FOll CONGRESS SUBJECT TO
KHB RULES OF TUE DEMOCRATIC
I am a candidate for Congress from j
the Third Congressional District, sub
ject to the rules of the Democratic |
tv^.-vv-.Ai. ..I ??? I',.I i. ... t.? I I ?> I I I m. I I
' I aid ? candidate for Solicitor of the
Tenth Circuit, subject to tba rules nf
tba d?mocratie parry.
LEON L. RICA
11 hereby announce roysoif a candi-,
date for tue omeo of solicitor ot the
T^-?h Judi?la* circuit, Bubiect to tba
rulfcfr abd regulatione ot the D?mo
KURTZ P, GMF.TH.
X hereby anoounco nsyoolf a cad'
?date for solicitor of the tenth Ju
dicial circuit bubject to the action
Of. tfce- Dehwcratia party in. the en
airJj^ prtawy election. . ;, ?
[^t ,.. i j . ; -J. ^ B^RLlfl.
I hereby announce myself aa a
candidate for the office of Supervisor
cf Ando?con- county; subject to Vio
ralea cf the aembcratlo party. ./".:.
W. REEVES CHAatBLEH j
Ir Hereby anaonnce myself aa a
W?????r'^* re-election QB Supervi
sor1 o? ?nderfl?b County, aubj?ct'to
the rules ot Ute Democratic Prindary
'^ +- <->&:'..' I. MACK KINO,
SUPEEUNTETWENT QF EPU
/.?l^h?Teby aasbance myself a candi
date for, the office ot Superintendent
of ?ffidueeU'oa' for Anderson county,
subject to tho rules bf tlw/Oemoerat
fe- primary.. Platform: Efficiency ia
t&e Behool robm> *ett?r ochoola tn the
rora* and mill districts, more Ander
eon eouttV girl* as teachers ahd nu
partiality whatever in Balectfns teach
f? . / aT^wiuAlia . ?
1 hereby fenncu'?co tareel* a candl
es^ tc* :ra>el&Uon. to; the.office ol
Sfepirtoteudeat of Educitlon, subject
to the rulos of tho Democratic party.
? : . : 3, p. FULTON. .
? > fi otodldeto for Bupprtatotidettt
of Education . for Aadoracn county,
subject .to tho rnl?3 of the-Democratic
. I hereby^ en^onncb myseir a candi
date for the office Superintendent of
jEduc|tipft tits, Ahd?rann County, aun
party, .. .
.. W. JB. CHAPMAN^ '
???t ?laOroa? Coratr&Bhme?
; ? announce to the votera of Bouta
'ISam'* ^ * c^?aia?t^ fer
?.o? the Democratic party.
ALBERT 8. PANT.
I fcsr?by announce- myself a candi
date for Auditor tor Andersen county,
Btt?seet to th? rate? or th? Democrat
s'le '"WWitow ..
l?&v- i' jw&tikw j?.;PANT. ??
I hereby announce myself s candi
date for County Treasurer, subject j
to th? rule? of tb? democratic party.
J. H. CRAIG.
I hereby announce myself a candi
dato for County Treasurer, subject |
to the rules of tb? democratic party.
J. R. C. GRIFFIN.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for County Treasurer, subject
to tb? rules ot th? democratic party.
8. A. WRIGHT.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date tor re-election to the odie? of
Treasurer for Anderson county, sub
ject to tb? rui?s of tb? democratlo
pr urary. ? \
O. N. C. I?OId?nIAN.
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for County Treasurer , subject j
to the rules of the Democratlo party.]
W. A. SPEARMAN.
? i. ... i ..,
I hereby annonnos myself a candi
dat* for the office cf Sberlff for An
?"r~?i HOiX???, ?ubjasL tO tio ?&!.?) S?
Cfc democratic party.
T. J. MARTIN.
I hereby announce myrolf a candi-1
date for Sheriff et Anderson county,
subject to the rules of tho D?mocratie |
W. B. KING,
I. hereby announce myself a candi
date tor the office ot Sheriff ot An-1
der con county subject to the rules of j
the Democratlo primary.
W. O. a. MARRETT.
I hereby announce myself aa a can
didate fdr re-election^ to the office of I
Sheriff, subject to the rules ot the]
Democratlo party. ,
JOE M. H. ASHLEY.
FOR HOUSE OF REPRESEN
, I; hereby announce myself a cand?
date for the House'bf Representatives
for : Anderson county, subject to thal
rules ot the democratic party.
W., W. SCOTT.
I hereby annoboce myself n candi
dato for tao House of Representa-]
tlves for Anderson county, subject to ]
the rules ot the Democratlo party.
J. A. DUNCAN,
] The Mill Candidato.
i I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the Hboss of Representatives,
for Anderson county^ subject to tba
rules bf the Democratic"'party. -
W. I. MAHAFFBY|
I hereby ^announce myself a candi
dat* for tho office ot Coroner for An
derson co uv*y, subject to the roles of
the d?mocratie party, lt has been ms
pleasure to serve you in thia capacity
four years? 1003-12 i I feel that ? ara
capable, abd meed the office.
3. BliVAS REABIJtiY. ;
X hereby -'announce myself a"candi*
date for. reelection to the office of j
Coroner tor-Anderson county, subject |
|to the rules bf the; demoorattlo prl
I mary. . ,.
J. G. HARB-IH.
I hereby announce myself ns a can
didato for election to tho office bf
Coroner, subject tb tb? iles ot - tbs
Vi E. PELFRBY.
I htfroby announce myself a candi
date fe* the office of Coroner for An
derson county, subject to tho rules bf
tho democratic primary, ?.
J. GORDON FREDERICK?.
CLERK OF COURT *~
i. I Ler?by .ibnobbco myself aa a
! candidate for re-election as clerk'ox
court, cnbjcct-to' tho rules ot the]
'cmocratto primary Section.
I hereby announce, myself as a can-1
dldate for clerk of court for Andorson
county, and pledge thyself to ab'?c: hy
tho results ot the domorcati a jbti Aar y
election. . r*-%s&8m
W. C. BROADWELL, ,
liri ,n i II I. .''ni.'" -?-ii' MM ? ^n" r,miim??m
?j blue enfohney."
strength and. money,
tfnts tor t meal for 6
T?IltvS?s. t \ ....
ui show SiM?
i Ait* i i '. ?ii'.'ll iii li ? ? ?i^iin^L
miriiww i?.inx.aw?.i?t4iii?i? Our mr
Gowernmanl Kow Oaring Foi
Nearly a Million Persons.
LIVE ON 25 CERTS k DAY.
Included Among Theco Ar? 143,00C
Balg lana and 11,000 Servians-Other.
Come Prom Fortified French Cities
Near Battis Linea-Boma Earn Own
Koarly a million people, the exact
figures being 028,000, who have been
driven from their homes oro scattered
throughout France and draw allow
ances from the government, bolt the
number being under sixteen -rears of
age. The greatest number, 702,000,
are French, refugees from the Invaded
departments, from ie fortified towns
Which could no longer keep "useless
mouths" and from the dunger zone of
She front The Belgians number 14&V
WO; Alsace and Lorraine have sent 12,
000 and Ben ia 11.000.
In addition to these refugees who
need ?tate aid. there ore about 120,000
who hove means of their own, but
these decrease as their means become
The first class of refugees tb bo aided
waB the "useless mouths" from for
tresses Uko Maubcuge. Verdun, Ton!,
Epinai and Bclfort Bcforo the war
bad lasted a fortnight 2o,000 of these
had to be provided with homes else
After the bottle of Charleroi and the
rapid onrush of tho Germons 115,000
Beigh no and French had td bo sent to
the rear, and when Parla . waa threat
ened with an attack early in Septem
ber 10,000 who had built' homes within
the sone of the capital's fortifications
had to be moved.
Liva With Privet* Familias.
Refugee?, were first installed in emp
ty buildings, schoolhouses, etc., but it
was soon found that some regular prin
cipie must be adopted, and every fam
ily not touched hy the war was called
upon to receive a refugee family, the
state paying the expenses.
. The battle of tho Marne slackened
tho iniio\v of refugees for a time, but
'.Then ?porationa moved to the north
the number became HO ^reut that they
bad tc be moved not only by train, bet
by ships,which carried them from
Dunkirk, Calulu" and, Boulogne to La
among the/ muitlnvest departments,
alany families who hadt^n taken.ia
Germany from the Invaded districts
word ref urned via Switzerland and had
to be provided for.
The money aid given to refugees has
beer, fixed at the same rate aa the al
lowance made .to the wives and,fami'
Ilea of mobilized .coldlora, 25 contain
. ny for each adult and 10 cents for
>~?cn child under sixteen.
When refugees had Settled down and
could earn something hy their labor a
difficult question hud to bo solved. It
would manifestly be unfair to suppress
,the grant of a poor woman who could
only.earn, say, 25 cents n doy, and yet
; those ?who could carni j living wage
(audit must be remembered that tua
wai1 bad caused a great demand for la
ber) could hut expect to receive a grant
in u chi it Ion. The question was left to
" tho prefect of the depavttrei? to decide
-'with, the aid. of three members of a
.committee formed to distribute aid jo
Sad the girts pf private. individuals,
tfe?cent adelottos, etc.. No b?r?'?ad
fast-rules' were l??d down, but any rof
ugeo who Without valid excuse refused
sjfty offer. ot^Avork: which, was properly
ptild and suited his or her capacities
bad tho allowance suppressed. V>;
Many\r?rug?es..have found.well paid
work in munition factories and. have
thun been able to main tula theres elves
and cooperate directly toward their re
turn to their old homes.- :')H
SON'S DEATH ?KE GRANTS
fermor President's SmoMno . Habit
Taken Up by Younger Mun.v'"';
The real cause of ?V death of Gen.
' feral Frederick D. Grant on April 1,
101% was' made public for the 'first
time the ether day. He died qf cancer
ot tho throat superinduced by the? ex
cessive ase of tobacco. His > fa tb er,
General II. 8. Grant, died Trost' thc
same canse, and the malignant growte
?waa attributed to tba same} egeudy..
Tae&c^'^rdlng the death of thc
37-Has 33,000. Now
declined for heart mur.
mur. Mother bene
40-Married. Has $2,000.
Declined for additional
insurance because of
--Has $32,ooo. Wife
for more because of
sugar in urine.
in 1914 but dropped it.
Has since been doing
very heavy work and
35-No insurance. Wife
named beneficiary. De,
dined for heart di
38-No insurance. Marrie??..
Declined for heat!
45-Married. Has ?U"
OOO. Declined for $2t- 40-Married. No h.iur
000 TV.nra, Bright's di- ance. Declined for
sease. $5,000. Albumin and
.i * ..'
60-A manufacturer. Mar
ried. Has ?5.500. 62-Merchant. No Insut-,
Declined for $5,000 ance. - Married. De. -t
more because of kidney dined on account of '
impairment. heart trouble.
Moral:-The Unpr?pared probably could have secured
insurance at one time, but they procrastinated until too late.
Now is the only accepted time.
M. M. PATTISON, G?nerai Agent
CHAS. W. WEBB, District Agent.
/ CLYDE S. MATtlSON, Executive Special
Brown Buil&ng Anderson, SvC
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