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IN THE TUNING UP FOR THE
AMERICAN CUP DEFENDER
REVIEW OF RACES
With a Sketch of the Big Contest
To Be Pulled Off With Sir
Thomas Lipton '
Associated Press Uoat off Green
wich, i'omi., by wireless-June G.
The Viinilie (his afternoon defeated
Hie Resolute lu the fourth race be
tween Hie t up .defender candidates.
The ollicia! liiiishing times were:
Resolute ti: 32.21.
Tho official elapsed times:
Van Hie w ins hy 5 minutes, 52 sec
ond:: i lapsed tim?
Review of Hie Hates.
New York, June G.-With the pass
ing of thc lirst few tuning up tests of
the trio of yachts striving for the
honor of defending (he American cup, !
for the all-summer series of races
which will evolve tne-successful can-/
didute to bc chosen hy the cup com- I
m it tee Iron, the Resolute, Defiance- and,:
Vanitie. During thc coming. w*ukr|
the yachts will pass from Long is- j
land Sound to the ocean course ofT
.Sandy Hook for three tests under the j
sterner conditions over the same
course which will he used in the cup
races. There will follow a v/eek de
voted to repairs and changes in the
yachts to be succeeded by two weeks j
more of Sound racing. All of these
events of which there are elevon on .
tho schedule will be of a preliminary
nature. In fact hey have been arraag- ;
cd more to get the boats In condition ,
for tho more soriour, tests off Newport (
in July and August, when tho Ameri
can'.; cup committee will sit in jud?- '
luciil on the performances and select
the best boat to meet the Shamrock .
IV. . l.j
Thc sturt for all thc racing in the
Sound will be olT Great Captain is- ,
lund near the entrance of the harbor (
of Poi tehester. Half a dozen conrseoy
of f; om 20 to 20 miles each have been
laid out. some of which, will carry tho
^- yachts down the Sound beyond -Stam-*" j
- ford, while others will take them well
Vrnp-tQ ^^mltienvHockrnl?d.'.qver..tolth*?'} j
; Hempstead- shore* WR?1 :nta ta off '
- (Jrent Captain Island it <vllI bo possible
. to lay a f.itoen- milo course to- the
windward In case the breeze is from
thc prevailing- direction, (southwest.
Eleven years ago the three cup
yachts, Reliance, Constitution and
Columbia were given numerous trial
races i i this part of the Sound, but j
the sturts were off Long Island shore j
near tin* Matlnlcock Point, and lt was ?
found difficult to send tho boats to j !
the windward on the first log- r ' . ? :
By agreement between tho managers i
and the regatta committee of the New i
York Yacht club fiiteen minutes will <
be flowed between the starting sig- ?:
nais for the fight for position. Two ll
minutes will.be given for the yachts]
to start and in that brief period each , I
boat will he timed to the'second, as i
she crosses the linc. If she ls late, !
her time will be taken at starting at 1
the end of two minutes, although she ,1
may be three, five or even ten minutes
The struggle for the best ? places i i
at thc line, the weather berth- if the
first leg ls to thc windward, a snug
place away from the others with the ?
wind in the clear if the course is to
tho leeward, 1B the supreme test'of the ii
railing master and many a race nas 'i
been won or lost through success or
failure at the outset. . ... . n -
The helsmen of tho three yachts
George M. .Pynchon on the Defiance,
Charles F. Adams, '2nd, on the Reso
lute and' William Dennis ch the year
will bc in watching, the gamo played
by there cool, calculating skippers. It
ls ? rare game-this"bnndrilng bf ..a
big yacht .especially In a breeze while
oven in soft weather the .very best of
Judgment is .required; Each as lie
r.tandr- at tho wheel ! must know just
wfcero lils own boat is, how fast she
ia going, whero the ether yachts ar*.
\ and huw fast they are sailing. He mua?
. know.when bts.nwn boat has tho right
to be, and-when hii opponent, must
glye way and in a- tight piece,, not. to
take an inch or concede ene, or the
race ia lost.*. - ... y
No fixed plan of campaign will bear
'.he test under all conditions. With the
big yachts tba skipper most hav.i help,
and tho asf.Iotnn'ce of a: cool man willi
ibo watch and another, to watch ihje
opbcnlng yacht Is.of paramount tra-,
nortancc. Forward,. the roate?.-lu.*'*
.th?ir.men well'drllled and, ihe hauu
Hrig of shcEth, tacks, hack ' fays ant a'.l
the light canvass rctitlro quick actic
and precision,. - ,
,; It ia anticipated that ia the oat
races of th? cup yachts, there may I
times of seeming coiifusions on cudi
one of-the boats but with the nutnef
- ona races and sall trials In the pvnooth
watbTk of the Sound, it ls expected th^t
- yachts, skippers and crews will ap
pear at Nowport on July 7 in a.'e flri
est possible .condition, and that tho
racoa of duly and August wil .produce
the best racing ever. seen, in As?cricap
yatcbtlng competition, \
The Fast ls Fast -
(From the Christian Register.) (
The committee > on \ the rectalen 6l
the Artlpleapf $alth bed recorablend
ed the adoption ot adeclaration to
tho effect that, all infants are. saved.
The ,* recommendation. < waa adopted
; unanimously. , |
"Now,. air.. Moderator,'' said ; a delj>
; gafo from Pittsburg, pb., with preter
natural solemlty, "I. move that thia
be declared retroactive/' '....'? J
But the moderator did hot a?em fo
- near Wm. * ' ' . V
THE BULL MOOSE
BEGS FOR TEDDY
To Lead the Party In the Fight for
' Governorship of State of
New York, June 4.-Theodore Roose
velt as the progressive party candi
date for governor of New York ia thc
dcalro of the progressive campaign ad
visory Committee, which mc' here to?
day. Atter his trurn from hts South
Anuir?n explorations, Colonel Rouse
\y?lt Mated hu would not he a candi
The advisory committee, after its
meeting today, issued a statement say
ing there was a demand for Colonel
Roosevelt to be the progressive gub-:
ernational non ce an( that thu time
had come for his party "to end the
futile alternation between r^ publican
and democratic misrule, between Mur
C>liy'a TainuuNiy /and Barn-??' Tam
Alluding to the anonunced candi
dacy of District Attorney Charles S.
Whitman, for Qovernor on the republi
can ticket and the publls'-d stat?
inent that Colonel P.oosevel .obablyl
would support Mr. Wait man, ihe com
mittee asserted that lt approved the
statement of State Chairman T. Doug
las Robinson'on Tuesday pointing out
"the.impossibility of Mr. Whitman's
candidacy on thc progressive ticket."
. J HAS BEEN FILED!
Has Forwarded It To Washington
As Is Required Under Consti
Washington, June 4.-Governor
Blesse o? South Carolina reported to
the senate today that he had not
spent a cent or received any contri
butions up to dato in his candidacy
for thc Senate. The government vol
unteered these promises to the peo
"t hereby pledge that I will not
jive, nor spend money, nor use in
toxicating liquors for the purpose of
Detaining or inuenctng votes.
"I hereby pledge myself to abide
the results of such"' primary and to
thc support of the nominees of the
party, slate and national, and I de
clare that I am a Democrat and that
I am not, nor will I become the can
didate of. any faction, either privately
or publicly suggested other than the
regular democratic nominee."
?. \ ? .?...-, "Y .".> r-'
' -O- .
Don't Look Old! - Try Grandmother's
. recipe to. darken and beautify -
faded, lifeless hair/
That beautliu!, even shade of dark,
glossy bair can only be had by brew
ing a. mixture of Sage - Tea and Sul
phur. Your hair is your charm. It
makes or mars the face. When it
Tades, turns gray, streaked and looks
dry, wispy and scraggy, just an appli
cation or two of Sage and Sulphur en
hances Its apea rance a hundredfold.
Don't bother to prepare thc mix
lure; you can got from any drug store
a 50 cent bottle of Wyeth's Sago and
Sulphur Hair. Remedy," ready to-use.
This can always be depended upon
to bring back the natural color, thick
ness and lustre of your hair and re
move dandruff, stiop uca'p itching and
,. Everybody uso "Wyeth'c " Sage and
Sulphur becab.ro it-darkenn So natur
ally and evenly that nobody can tell
lt has been applied. You simply
nampen a sponge or soft brush With lt
and draw this through t?rn hair, tok
ing one. small strand at a time; by
morning the gray hair has disappear
ed, it becomes beautifely dork and ap
pears glossy, lustrous and-abundant
Evans'Pharmacy,'Agents. ? r
A FINK SENTIMENT.
Oem From An Address by Hr. John !
li. Mcline to H Class o! Gradual- \
-A 1 .-. lng Nurses. - ?
I have for this nation of ours an
... M?y U.bt? ?. 'and where Christian
ity sheds - its gehttt> stow, and. doubt
add skepticism wither and dis: whore
onr abundant natural resources aro
used, without .waste , and judiciously
conserved for the generations yet to
come; where tho frightful ravage
ot.flre ..>!s.prevent??V and. life .anti
property not consumed;' where.copu
lar government shall, not perish from
earthrrbut endure; where fha'great
mission of the physician is to pre
vent rather than to treat .disease;,
where death comes from natural de
cline and not from preventable sick
ness.; where the average lifo ot man
ls three score' ye?r?- an" ten; .where
enterprises yields, to capital a reason
able profit, . to labor a reasonable
wage; abd to! the consumer a Useful
commodity at a reasonable price;
where tho scales of Justice are tipped
not-to tho maBaer or classes, but
stand equipoised;-whero the Cower of
the field ra&ches ita higher', i beat u t;
and where man, th?'floger of God's
creation, reaches ila highest' fruition
In art, in literature, in science, in
government and lu manhood; where
the brightest pud the dullest? the
richest and tho poorest tho strongest
and tho .weakest rightfully use the
talents which God bBS given them,;
where in U ?U and through li all,
runs Uko a silver thread the pure
and limpid stream of bligh ideals to
lead man on to bis greatest good. :>
"j dipt into tho future as. Tar ns hoxton
.v oyo could seo; -
Saw the vision of the world. , and ail
the wonders ...hat; .would bei*;' j
?jV k. Sumney hi? resigned as over
seer ot, carding av the. Qlea-LoWfy
MUI, *Whitn?ra. 4
SO YOUNG MAN RETURNED
IT TO PRESIDENT OF THE
A CPNTRITE SP5RIT
Canted Him To Make Acknow
ledgement of Wrong He Had*
i Done College and Himself
Much discussion has been eauBcd by
thc publication 'f the tacts that'Dr.
H. N. Snyder ha received from some
graduate of Woftord college a contrite
letter in which this person admits that
he had received fraudulently a medal
awarded in some college competition.
Ile returns the medal to the college.
Stories of "conscience money" are
not infrequent. Office holders who ?o
uot work and draw big salaries are
never known to send any back -o the
treasury, but occasionally there comes
the refreshing account of some bcurt
broken person who wishes to get his
conscience squared with the world
John Austin, the man on the corner,
lone day thlp week received a letter
from a person who had stolen some
thing nut of the store and wished to
relieve his conscience by ? confession.
These incidents come up almost dai
ly, but that of the medal being re
turned is without part del.
In speaking of the gold medal which
was returned to him Wednesday
morning by a former WofTord student,
who felt that he could ke?p lt no
longer because he had won it unfairly,
Dr. ifenry Nelson Snyder said that In
stead of destroying i he medal as he
had at first thought of, he would ob
literate from it all traces an distin
guishig marks which might lead to its
identification, and will in time award
it if such an occasion should ever
arise, to some student who shows some
signal qualifications of manhood
which may compare with the wonder
ful victory the-original owner won in
his own soul when. he. returned it.
This medal with the history attached
to it. and symbolic of . the great
struggle which once went on ia. a
man's soul and in which his finer Qual
ities of manhood, were finally victor
ious after the long ox deal, will Indeed
be one-to be proud of.
Dr.. Snyder addressed the college
students in the chapel- as follows
"This morning's-mail brought me a
letter with. a. gobi medal enclosed in
it. It was from: a - former student ot
this coll?g?-^a ?ludent, who. lett, th'tf
college before any one of you entered
it. A part of the letter read as fol
- "So long os there ls. a weight In
my soul and. conscience that my work
ia sadly in vain. God requires me. to
make a confession and give up this
medal, which ls not rightfully, mine.
1 .do not know,what to do with it., I
am sending it to you to dispose of
it at your discretion."
"From this letter I have tor^i thc
signature, and from the medal I shall
obliterate every mark that might lead
to Identification of the man. \-J. mean
to respect his secret absolutely.
"No one can tell what he bas Buf
fered in carrying this hidden wrong
in his life. yVhen he .did the dishonor
able thing by copying the essay that
won him thc medal, he doubtless dbl
not realise the price he was paying
for thc golden .prize for excellence
which was not honestly his. Youth
1B proverbially thoughtless, and
stranly like their elders, at times
young men show a singular failure to
measure things nt their right value,
rolling cheaply a man's honor for a
little bauble and a ehorf .hour ot
popular, applause. But this. boy bad
something in him just a. bit too fine,
for bim to bold to au honor which he
own honor. So he suffered in the deep
silences pf bia own soul, and tho.me
da!, intended to.be a shining, badge
of Worthy achievement, became. , an
aver .present, intolerable hurt tb bte
"?leanest thinking, and made the com
mon, work'of the hands, seem sadly
lo vain. \ .
"He could not keep tho medal and
he recovered bte manhood by-sending
lt back. None of us' can tell what lt
cost him to do this-what doubts, what
'struggles of mind, what anguish of
soul. He had- to reach down Into the
deptba j of his character tb find the
strength thus to face the shame and
humiliation of possible exposure. But
Da doing lt he ployed tho man, un.:
as hard as ii was, weat the only Way
by which he. could have'found antin
bia lost self-respect, his ease cf con
science, and peace of mind..
"I : ventitre. tba ?ta tem en t that he
ts happier at this hour than ba han'
been in a long time. He knows ho has
done tito only thing a real man could
do under the circumstances. He must
ateo have within him a 'sense ot vic
tory strong .enough to make him. .all
but Bfng as be. goce, about his Work,
and hold bis head higher than he has
held lt for a lpnf time, and face life
in the Inspiring tx neclousness .that
ho has found again. something very
precious which in a shadowed, blind
hour; he\carel?BBly let Blip from
him. ' V
.. flt ia thus moral tonio to read this
pago of human, experiences In which
.te the," record of a, moth's play lng ?io
man-And recovering his Integrity
Ot character Over-a hard and .. bitter
road of effort."
Sayings Bank Deposit?.
/(From/The. Wajjl Stjeet Journal.)
"Never in my experience have ?
had to "inform so many persona qf
ibo iimitr-or deposits on which We
pay intcyect," ?aid the receiving .teller:
or ono of the largest savings hank*
in New York. "In tho last few weeks
several dozen accounts reached the
$.1,000 limit and ern? of them. wpro
Started a comparatively short time
ago. Now accounts are increaaing, ht
number every, week. Thrift: among
all claspes seems to have Increased
tr?aendd?8ly during the past yoar.'* ?>
SAYS MR. McADOO
The Organisation of the Federal
. deserve Bank Will Bring Pros
perity io the Country
^Washington, Juno 4.-Secretary Mc
Adoo gave out a statement during the
day in which he said the organization
of the federal reserve banks had pro
ceeded rapidly and satisfactorily and
was ahead of the schedule mapped out.
"I am highly pleased with the help
the hanks have given the organization
committee In this initial work." he
said."There ls a general recognition
of the value of the federal reserve act
and of the great advantages that Will
come to the general business of the
country from it.
"It is pleasing alBo to note that the
annual'scare bf tight or Insufficient
money money to move the crops has
not appeared this year. There will
be no .difficutly about providing all
the money that may be required to
move the crops this fall no matter
how big or record breaking they may
SUS IS f BE Fi
\? ?Vii. Mr, H
He ed the'Kidneys at Onre When I! nek
Hurts or llludder Bothers
Meat oFrnsH Trie Arid.
No mun or- woman who eats meat
regularly can make a mistake by
flushing kidneys occasionally, says
ju well known authority. Meal forms
uric, acid which clogs the kidney pores
ro that they sluggishly tilter or strain
only part ot the waste and poisons
' from the blood, then you get sick.
I Nearly ull rheumatism, headache, livor
troubles, narvouanes. constipation.'
I dizziness, sleeplessness. 1 judder dis
l orders come fromslugglsb kidneys.
Thc moment you Joel a dull ache in
your kidney? or. your hack .hurts, or if I
the urine is cluody. offensive, full of
rid i ment or irregular of passage, or
atended with a sensation of scalding,
get obut four ounces, of , Jad.. SSH*
from any reliable pharmacy and.take
a teaspoonful in ? glass of water be
fore breakfast for. a few days and
your kidneys wilf then act fine. This
famous fe?lt lu mado from the acid of
grapes and lemon - juice, combined'
with li thia, and bus bon used for gen
erations' to : fl usu. ? lushed kidneys and
stimulate them to activity, also, to
neutralize the acid lin urine so that
it no longer - causes Irritation, thus
ending bladder: disorders...,
Jud Salts is Inexpensive and can
not, .injure; .maiccj' a delightful effer
vescing 1 i'thia water which all regular
meat caters should take now. and .then
tb keep the kidneys clean add the
blood pure, thereby avoiding, serious |
12vans' Pharmacy, Agents.
Retama From Mexico Where He !
' Has Been Imprisoned But Ia
Norfolk, June 4.--John R. Stillman,
vice'?onsui-of the United States- at
SaltiHbr-OTrlv'?d here today aboard tho
United States naval collier Jason .rom
VeraCrns. The Jason brought 3r- ref.
Vigess from SSexi jp wiio-are citterns of
titi 'United States. Somo of theso are
without funds and Mr. Stillman waa
engaged today in arranging to send
them to their homes, in vavlous parts
of thlB country under .orde;** frdm the
State departmnet. at Washington-.
Mr. Sillimau declined.to disc uns the
clrcumstnnceB surrounding his arrest
and imprisonment at- Saltillo, Mexico.
Ho will arrive, in wsshlngron- tomor
row.. . . Vfr : .
'Ruh fer Teddy.
Pilmouth. England. June 6--Tho ma
yor of Plymouth .and ?k pai ty .of dis
tinguished personages wen' on board
the Olympic on her arrival.here to
day from New York to gveet .Colonel
Theodore Roosevelt on hehalf ,of the
elly. . .. i '
EMIN ENT AUTHO?tF?? DEFINES
Dr. MlItetriate^ni'ide?Sor of chem
istry "itt? t?ei^?fverilty, of?Virginia,
was one in ;h? grq???*??? ??e???T?',ii- that
America has ever' produced. He re
ceived his Ph. D. degree fi-om the Uni
versity of - Gott In geh ; Jil? M. D. from
the State University of Louisiana; his
LL, D. frorp^Princeton, 'John Hopkins,
and th? University'-of Pennsylvania.
Ho waa honored With the title'ot Fel
low of the Royal Sooiety.
'At various ? times he occupied the
chair of chemistry at t&a. University
of1 Alabama, University of Texas .Tu-.
lane, University. Jefferson Medical
College and the University of Virginia,
occupying tho .tatter A position ; for
nearly forty years. \
. Testifying as on expert before the
Federal Court, Dir. Millet discussed
the ca trine containing- beverage* (oof
fee,' tea*..Coca-Colo, etc" and showed
that bis aoalyrla showed; thav. (?Coca
cola contains lesa.cafflnr.-than either
?ea bi'-coffeiKas ordinarily, prepared.
He stated further that,t'jto use of . caf- I
fine, or beverages sToatalnlng eadine
In moderation, in not.only.not harmful
huv absolutely ..Dfnefil^.i.V.0ir>-:;Vlllet',
explained why caftlhe nras not B?bablt
formlng.. substance and. gavo the .fol
lowing scientific JonaltSon: . "''Dv thc
first place I think .that'Abe habit .form
ed -must'be a detrimental erne and sn
injurious, one, one th?t hecomes so
firmly fixed upon a person aoqjyuring It
Sat lt ls .thrown, ort j(l$t #eatyiJffl,
eui tv and ?Rb considerable suffering.1
a?rMTa: third ^ta?e. that -the ronttn
ued exercise ot Jhe ? faMt^ increases,
the demand for the habitrf?rtnlng I
drug. .... . - '. '.J -
"ILES eiV?S ANOTHER
M BY M M??T
YOUNG MAN HAS ANOTHER
CHANCE ON CHARGE
APPEAL IS GRANTED
Judge Prince Yesterday Heard Mo
tton tor New Trial and Granted
? Et Because of Error tri ff arnie
(From Friday's Daily)
Tlie mo?*- Interesting motion made
before the C'oMrt for Anderson coun
ty since tlmt body convened for this
term was heard hy Judge Prince yes
terday afternoon in the CHM of Will
Milos, u weil known young -vbHe man
of tilla county, convictjd a short time
ugo on a charge of slander. Attor
ney for the defendant mud * a motion
for a new trial und tho Court braill
ed it. Tliis means that the Miles case
will again he called when the next
term of tho Court of General Sessions
convenes, for Anderson couetT?
The principal grounds set out by ihr
defendant's attorneys as to why a new
trial should bu granted are ?hut the
Jury trying tb? case was not ti law
ful Jury, because ci fha fact thal
one of the Jurors on lids uso hud
.i..vcr boen "hosea as au . : lt Secuta
tu?t T. W. Pruitt had bc n drawn on
?h? jury aud for SOUI-J ruaaoti Ti W,
Pr?ll t. Jr,. i:esented 'dinself and slit
on thia case. As a result thereof the
court grin-d the new irla).
County Chairman Now Ready Ta
Furnish Ali Secretaries With
Pr^cr Booka FoY Lists
(From Saturday's Daily.)
S. Dean Pearman, county chairman,
yesterday received the new enrollment
books specified by the reeent State
Democratic Executive Committee OS
the only official books and ho is now
prepared to furnish, them to the club
? Theas books differ radically from
those formerly used and lt ls so impor
tant that .every.secretary present hlm
utdf.aad got* one/of tbs. new forms for
use in lila precinct?.*. ;. ., . ...
..'There, are many rules of Int ores t to
voters ia connection .with the new me
thod, of enrollment hutt tho moat im
portant With a number of voters ls
that .relative to the length ot. limo a
man has resided in this county before
he can vote? These, rules say . Mist
to be eligible to vote in any ejectoin,
the voter must* have been a resident of
tbe< Stete?.tv/o years, ia,tho county for
rix months and In the club district. 60
d&ya before tho election. . . ?j
. Thc rolls received yesterday will be
die tributed among among- 56 precincts
'n Un- County ami au opportunity will
be given every voter to got his narnu
on the roll. They will clono 90. days
before Ute dato of the first primary
and. three* days utter that date .must bo
.nea. with the county,,chairman,.in or
der that an opportunity may be giv
en for purging .these rolls.
Tho county chairman has requested
that every secretary .call as soon aa
may be convenient and get the rolls
^or his precinct in. order that tho
v/ork may start.
Almost 600 Lade and Lassies Oi
Sti John's Methodist Sunday
School Enjoyed Outing
(From Friday's Dally)
There has never been a more de
lightful event for the young people ol
the city, than' that enjoyed yefcter
; day by the Sunday school pupils ol
St. John's Methodist church; The en
tire Sunday school, numbering be
tween (SOO and 600, spent the day al
V/ilUamstbn, leaking the trip iron;
Anderson on two special trains ot ?
car.? each on the interurban. Thai
left Anderson yesterday ?morning s<
110 o'clock and who? Wiltiau^ton WSE
: ?ech?? they took-entire charge of tb<
place. Contests were arranged, bott
for the boya, and girls and .the daj
on the wixile was one of delighr. " ,
One of the principal feature-? of th?
af fair-.waa. the picnic dinner. Nove i
before had Williamston seen such ac
assortment of delicious viands and hr
fore the call-was given for dinner ii
did not seem inasible that the chi!
?dren- WOU'MI bo able to eat one-hal
of the food provided, but this wai
evidently a inlett tie.
Happily there a aa not n single acct
-iept to mar the p:oa?.u: es of the da]
and every otto of tte children wein
brought beek to the city -safe ant
sound last night, rachlng Anderson a
Take Plenty of Time to Eat
There Ia u Baying that "rapid eating
to alow suicide." If, you have formet
Ute habit of cuting too rapidly you an
moat likely suffer j ni. from In digest loi
or constipation, which will result even
tually in serious Illness unleins- cor
reeled. Digestion begins .lu thi
mooth. Food, should bo thorottgWl
masticated and insalivated: Tbjei
when you have a, fuliness of the st?
mach or feel dull and stupid af ter eat
lng, takfl, ono pf vCh^ber?atn's. Tan
lets. .JWony. severe coaec. ot. storoacl
trouble and constipation have; b?oi
cured by the uso of these tablets. Thfe-j
are easy to toko and jnps.t agreeable lt
eff ect. Sold By sin^Pl|rjrntaey^ j %
r&?W" ???S??M? ?sra
^3?X o THE COCA-COLA CC
J. MACK KING? j
IS IN THE RA?E:
-- ' i
Seeks Office of His Merits and'
Asks For a Chance To Serve !
The County j
(From Friday's Dally)
J. Mack King, supervisor of An
derson county, yesterday made the for- ?
mal announcement ot his candidacy. |
for election to that position. Two
years ago Mr. King was a candidate
for the house o? represente lives. Ho
first came out as a non-partisan, hut !
after the lines had been drawn ho
took a stand without being bitter. He '
received the highest vote cast for any 1
candidntc in the couuty last summer. ;
Upon the resignation of Mr. J. T.
Milford, he was appointed by Gov. |
Hlease to thu office of Supervisor und
accepted it, although he had been in- !
formed that this was his political
graveyard, even under the moat fav- '
orablc circumstances. Mr. King says j
that he wishes to have a trial at the
office for a full term and he believes!
bo will show the people that he
knows the business pf tho county and
can brindle lt to the ebtlre satisfac
tion of all.
Mr. King bas been trying to gi vi
every road In the county some at ten- .
Hon, and at the proper time he Will,
tell tho people of thy county his views
on county government .under a sys
.tsm he has planned.
- , Can't Beep It 8**retv
The splendid work ot Chamborleln's
Tablets is dally becoming more wide
ly known. No vueh grund'remedy for
stomach and liver troubler has over
been known. For salo by Evans'
Pharmacy. ? . ? . . <-. < . . :. Adv? ? >r
i , ATLANTA, GA. .^mWBP* 61
SHH''lllULilTNU IN M.>Y
Not So Extensive a* Daring'the Same
J??itl!i Year Ago." ..
Washington,.June ,0,-^8J)!p building
during Mn y wan not no extensive as
during the saine mo.ith? a year ugo.
The department of comamrce announc
ed today that 127 vessels, of .oil typ-?s
t?Kregatlng ,'J0,0."2. foqa,. were 1 auneh
eTFconipa?ed..w.lth 18,1 vos,s,cl& bj ?1?.913
tons a year ago..,.,, .
Thu largest vessels wero the Wil
liam D. Crawford Gffl't ton?, .built
at Lorain, Ohio and the ?South Amer
ican, ?.',602 tons, built ot Beor*, Mich,
Shako Off Your nhebiuaflHBi.
Now ia the time tQ.?e? t|d of your
rheumatism. Try a twenty-five cent
bottle of Chamberlain!? Liniment and
seo how quickly your rheumatic patna
"disappear,' Scud 1>y Rvati? Phasmacy.
.M1NSIN?J M(???T YKAItS
Mlth "bf .My ol cry HUM Hoon ' Identified
by His Mellier.
Chlongon Juno i^v-'y the
Rochester, Minn., and Chicago man. ot
mysie-y today waa Identified by Mrs.
II. E. 'MtMn of Chicago as her son,
JCftrl W. lier; a* n}lnfngr ;' engineer
mlesing eight years. . DCB in a hospi
tal ga.ve,fejpjdpj^ but
he could say nothing as bia, vocal
corda aro paralyzed. Ho was found
unconscious on the . 8tre<Tia**b'erd. last
I November. -
Every family' .v?lthoutt exception
should keep th!? preparation atr band
during Jho b$vweW?er'wM?^
months. Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and pia.rrliotJ?^medy ls "W?rth
more' many time? fla^cost .tynon need
.fld.Wp^Jia.alnioat pertain t^? be n^peded
before the summer is qvor. if has
rio superior fornObe prirpoae^for which
it ia intended. Buy lt now. For sale
by Evana'. Pharmacy. Adv.
Thrown Out of Gear Automatically When ; I
the Cutter Barls Raised. A Great ?dvan- |
tage on Rough or Stumpy Ground 1
The McCormick vertical lift mower has > |
been designed for cutting on, rough ?nd g
stumpy ground,' Wfiere'a regnlaWrfftnower1 I
could not be used to good advantage. This TE
mower is a practical machine for ?ll^?nds^il
of grass cutting. The cutler ^cMe^s^JI
ed to a vertical, position and lowered wy^Ut* I
stopping the team. When the baf is rals?^, . 1
the machine is thrown out of gear automatic 1
cally. This feature permitsthe driver td? J
cut close to a tree, stump or r?ckf ^n^s?ve |
all the hay without loss iQ>fti^e;o^|^eriiv^5 I
The McCormick vertical^ lift mow?V^^cut1'' I
grass successfully in place where the j
machine can be, eirawnjx gorses; anft M 1
will do good work tinder conditions>,}v^iere|; I
an or?iriary machine co??i? rot be t<S?dl " I 1
McCor?nictf m'?w^^^ ;
?nd will giv4^?^w.^-*=iife: j o^a:s?%t?bt?ry^^
service. ,..^f*. ^ ^^^^^^^^^^?
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