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A Hot Congressional Race.
During the greater part of the
session of tue General Assembly
now drawing to a close, Mr. Toole
has been the acting chairman of the
ways and means committee, and
only a few days ago succeeded in
piloting the annual appropriai'"^
bill for the conduct ~0': tjie State
government brough the house with
few amendments. Mr. Toole is one
?i the oldest members of the gen
eral assembly in point of service,
having for years represented Aiken
county in either the house or sen
ate, and is considered by his col
leagues a safe and progressive legis
lator. Mr. Toole announced some
time ago that he would this year be
a candidate for congress in the sec
ond congressional district, composed
of the counties of Aiken, Bamberg,
Barnwell, Beaufort. Edgefield, Sa
lada, Hampton and Jasper.-The
Mr. Toole has made an enviable
record as a member of the general
assembly, and his legislative ability
is recognized throughout the State.
Mr. Toole has just returned from
Columbia, the legislature adjourn
ing Tuesday night, and is making
his preparations for an active and
euergetic campaign for congress.
Already he is receiving a very great
deal of encouragement, and it is
generally conceded that he will
make a most formidable opponent
for Mr. Byrnes, who failed to make
answer to some very important and
Tital questions recently put to him
in an open letter by Mr. Toole.
Aiken Standard (Adv.).
HEAD OF GREAT FIRM
DOUBLES HIS WORK.
Garlick Among New Yorkers
Doing Great Things.
WAS "ALL RUN DOWN."
Widely Known Business Man
Tells Story That Will En
In the list of the men of New
York who have done big things is
the name of Morris Garlick. This
man is secretary of the Down Town
Taxpayers' Association of Brooklyn,
representing *10,0u0,0U0 in realty
holdings alone in the heart of the
great business district. He was
largely responsible for Brooklyn's
noted Flatbush extension, the great
traffic artery from the new Manhat
tan bridge. He is head of M. Gar
lick & Co., of 181 Gold street.
Prominent in the real uplift work
of the world's greatest city, he
holds the deep respect of thousands
with whom he comes in contact in
business, political, church and fra
ternal affairs. Since boyhood, and
for 45 years, he has labored. He
is now 57 years old. It is only na
tural that, with all his activities,
the strain should begin to tell.
"Maybe I have overworked,"
said Mr. Garlick, "but, at any rate,
I bes^an to suffer from broken rest,
loss of appetite, failure to assimi
late the nourishment I needed, and
nervousness," he explained, 'IL is
what the average man calls 'all run
down,' and there are a lot of us in
every city. I felt as if I needed
something to build me up-some
thing that would bring back the
strength I was losing; something
that would help take away the wor
ries, give me a real appetite, tone
up my stomach and whole system
and quiet my nerves. Through
friends I heard of a new medicine,
Tanlac, and decided that if it could
help others it ought to help me, too,
so I tried Tanlac, And now," he
continued, for work is his big
thought in life, "I can do twice as
much work as I could before. My
nerves are quiet, I rest well, I en
joy meals because my stomach di
gests my food, I am stronger and
feel wonderfully better."
When men like Morris Garlick
endorse a medicine, there can be
no further proof asked. He felt
it was his duly to tell of Tanlac tj
help others. No other medicine
ever has won such support. Be
cause Tanlac is the reconstructive,
system purifier and stomach tonic,
supreme for weak, ailing men and
women who need more strength,
better digestion and revivification
of the nervous system, it receives
endorsements like this.
Edgefield, Penn & Holstein.
Cold Springs, Ii. Ernest Quarles.
Edgefield, R. F. D. No. 3, J. H.
Johnston, Johnston Drug Com
Modoc, G._C. McDaniel.__
Parksville, Robertson, &? Com
Plum Branch, J. W. Bracknell
Plum Branch, R. F. D. No. 2,
E. P. Winn & Bro.
Trenton, G. W. Wise.
List of Edgefield Colored Men
Sent to Camp Jackson Feb.
155. Lee Arthur Cook.^ ... ~*
947. James Holmes.
206. Jno. Luther Johnson
293. Jabe Cook. .? . ..
7VW* ...arlie Dobey.
309. Albert Martin.
318 F.irl Mays.
331. 'Adie Harrison.
335. Je'.e B. Holloway.
J47. Tom Jones.
349. James Turner.
350. Arthur Hart.
353. Jno. Walker.
362. Randall McKie.
365. Jule Bostick.
370. Mackfield Weaver.
372. Sol Neely. -?>.*."
375. Willie Thomas.
398. Willie Scott.
400. Jas. Mathis.
408. Luite Moss.
419. Joe Allen.
440. Wallace Bright.
455. Chas. Payne.
459. Jno. Dugas.
488. Elijah Jackson.
492. Eddie Lloyd.
493. Willie Slaughter.
496. Joseph Paul Powers.
499. Sammie Goode.
524. Tae Robertson.
528. David Wilson.
542. Willie Frazier.
558. Alex Simkins.
562. Clarence Oliphant.
573. Sam Slaughter.
577. Jno. Cummings.
578. Jno. Henry Abney.
586. Julian Strother.
591*. Joseph Lanham.
595. Walter Settles.
608. Stanton Ryan.
614. Walter Swearingen.
624. Jacob Key.
633. Alvin Simkins.
646. Monroe Hickson.
681. Jas. Meriwether.
682. Dessau Harris.
683. Jno. H. Thomas.
692. Ernest McKennie.
Come to (
THE SOUTH CA
AND AUCTION SALE Ol
We have induced W. P. Smith, o
tion 55 head of pure bred Duroc Jers
of the Nation are calling on South Ci
meat, and the only way it can be dor
best breeders and feeders of hog9 in
to tell us how to produce pork succ?s
. For information address:
L. I. GUION, Pres. T. O. LAW
Lugoff, S. C. Garnett
I have just rec
well broken hors?
ready for farm wc
Come to see me
need in livestock,
896. Jas. Williams.
706. Geo. W. Walker.
717. Jim Smith.
721. Chester Walker.
725. Sheppard Wright.
,728. Jno. Peterson.
737. Eldred Williams.
754. Mose Lanham.
755. Jim G. Huiett.
761. Robt. Coats.
769. Thos. Smith, Jr.
772. Callie Jones.
776. Longine Mundy.
7S2. Robt. Cooks.
786. Willie Thurmond.
788. Luke Tanx.
795. Felie Slaughter.
811. Oscar Chinn.
816. Henry Tillman.
819. Willie E. Lanham.
823. Nathaniel Lloyd.
840. Henry Miller.
841. Tillar. Smith.
842. Jeff Thomas, Jr.
844. Eddie Cobb.
845. Robt. Caliiham.
877. Ernest Simmons.
878. Arthur Anderson.
880. Albert Williams.
902. Lewis Nealious.
905. Chas. Thomas.
911. Ira Dozier.
913. Walter Hobbs. ' *" "
954. Joe M. Stevens.
960. Elbert Meriwether.
961. Warren Glover.
962. Jno. Bostic. ^
?65. Norris Rearden.
967. Hampton Thomas, Jr.
970. Ned Richardson.
971. Frank Washington.
982. Robt. Washington.
983. Willie Harris.
984. Jule Anderson.
1010. Milton Williams.
1012. Edgar Anderson.
1018. Irvin Boyd, Jr.
1022. Ben Harrison.
1023. Alfred Butler.
1138. Wallace Barnes.
1193. Bennie Wigfall.
My plaee in South Edgefield con
aining 12 acres of land, dwelling,
tore, shop and barn, 3 tenant
louses, 2 wells of water, pecan
?rove and other improvements.
E. W. SAMUEL.
FOR SALE-White Leghorn
?ga for hatchinjr, pure strain, at
1.00 for 15. L. C. Parker, Edge
?eld, S. C. 2-27-tf.
Lost or Strayed-One red year
ang, left ear cut off. Strayed from
ly farra about the 1st of January.
I. W. Miller, Edgifield, S. C. R.
\ D. 2. 2-2r^L^^
The Best Hot Weather Tonic
ROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC enriches the
,ood, builds up the whole system pjid will won
:riully strengten and fortify you to withstand
ie depressinc effect of the hot summer. 50c.
[i MEETING OF
F PURE BRED HOGS
f Kinards, S. C., to sell at auc
ey breeding hogs. The Councils
irolina to produce our supply of
ie is to raise more hogs. The
America will be at this meeting
sfully and economically.
TON, Sec. W. P. SMITH,
S. C. Kinards, S. C.
reived a car of
es and mules
for what you
I can please
Trenton, S. C.
FAT CONSERVATION SLOGANS
It ia a patriotic duty to save fats by substituting:. Use corn oil, cottou-seed oil and other vegetable
fats for cooking; use drippings.
Bacon is needed for army and navy rations. Will you rob the boys over there" when you can eat
other things at home?
Fats make nitroglycerin, a prime necessity in this war. Wasting fat destroys ammunition.
Chicken fat is good for making cake and pastry. The French housewife likes it better than, butter
Substitution will do more for food conservation than the strictest economy. Use vegetable fats.
Save an ounce of fat a day and KEEP UP THE FIGHT.
Waste fat and you endanger our supply of ammunition.
If we are lo continue our supplies to the Allies, we must reduce our consumption of poik products.
They are necessary for food and for makiny munitions.
By keepiug up the exportation of fats for the maintenance of all the soldiers and sailors fighting in
our defense, we help move the German line back to Berlin.
A certain amount of fat each day is necessary to human life. Don't waste an ounce; it means the
life of someone somewhere in the world.
Fats are necessary to human life; we must make the availably supply "go round" for the American
people and for *11 the nations fighting the battle of democracy. Il is a crime to waste any fat.
Give up fried food; save the fats to defeat the Kaiser.
To save does not mean to do without; substitute vegetable fats for cooking butter and lard
needed for war purposes.
Why we must ship fats to Europe. The herds of the Allies are depleted. Pork, ham, bacon,
lard, condensed milk, and butter can be shipped in concentrated space and at less expense than fodder
and feed with which the Allies could raise their own cattle and hogs. Fats are vital necessities for mak
ing munitions of war and for saving from starvation the populations of France, Belgium, Poland, Serbia
and Finland. SAVE FATS. AS AN AMERICAN IT IS YOUR CONTRIBUTION TO THE
FIGHT TO DO YOUR SHARE IN CONSERVING THE FOOD OF THE WORLD- WASTE
The United States Food Administration eays: We must conserve fats.
We can do it thia way:
Eat less pork. If you must buy fats, buy vegetable fats instead
Eat more fowl, fish and Vegetables. of lard.
Utilize all meat fryings, and drippings for Bake, Boil and Broil your food, instead of frying,
cooking. Waste no fat of any kind.
The United States Food Administration aays:
Somebody has very aptly said that the wars of the world have been won with grease, meaning that
bacon and lard have, been as essential to success in war as powder. This is true. SAVE FATS TO
WIN THE VICTORY.
The Germans have been forced to reduce their fat rations to a minimum in order to save them for
their fighters. Americans should be proud to reduce their extravagant consumption of fats, voluntarily,
and send AMERICAN FIGHTERS what they need.
Fat in the garbage oan is passave treason. Sell offals to the soap maker, or make soft soap at home.
What does the enemy care whether food is sunk iu the sea, or thrown into the garbage can? It is
all the same to the Kaiser.
It is the duty of every true-blue daughter of Uncle Sara to see that no soap is wasted in her home.
Soap is made from fat. Fats are necessary for food and for making munitions.
Must your brother, his wife and child go hungry because you are a waster? That is what is hap
pening to men, women and children in Europe when you consume more than your share of the world's
food. Save all foods, and especially FATS, which make both food and ammunition.
(Space Donated by The Corner Store to Help Win the War.)
THE CORNER STORE
The store that always says, Thank You
WELL SUPPLIED WITH
We desire to inform the
farmers of Edgefield county
that we have on hand ready
for delivery all brands and
formulas made by the Vir
ginia-Carolina Chemical Co.
Also a full supply of the
' 'Quality Line of Fertilizers"
made by Coe-Mortimer & Co.
Before making your fertil
izer contracts for 1918 call to
We can also supply you
with meal and 16 per cent,
acid for mixing your own
fertilizers at home.
W. W. ADAMS & CO.