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LCI i V SCHOOLS HONOR ROLL |
The Honor Roll thte year consists
of names of pupils who have made
not less than 95 on Deportment, 95 on j
Attendance and 90 on Scholarship. To
fall on either one, the pupil's name
does not appear on the roll.
The following is the roll for the
third school month:
First Grade?William Vance Al
bright, Richard Counts, William Dun>
lap, Wilkes Knight, Houston Roper,
Martin Teaguo, Rebecca Adams, Ma
iliui DlaoktVdl, Mfille Calne, Inqz
Oaldwell, Beaufort Copeland, Toccoa
Gray, May Belle Garrett, Nell Jones,
Eula May Martin, Margaret Nicliols.
Marguerite Roper, Ida Sexton, Louise
Smith, Sarah Eliza Swygert, Irene
Wilkes, Grace t Young.
Second Grade?Fred Bishop, Frank
Colwell, Elbert Copeland, John Rob-j
ert Ellis, Maxcy Richter, Beatrice
Babb, Eula Burns, Maggie Duncan,
Ruby Bent, Lee Ora Hunter, Margaret
Lake, Nancy Miller, Rosa McGowan,
Ix>is Martin, Maty Owinns, Rosalie
Sullivan, Frances Todd, Emmie Lou
Third Grade?Flora Bennett, Ma
rion Bolt, Katherlne Bolt, Rosa Gray,
Gladys Roper, Sarah Sexton, Emmie.
Sullivan, Lee Watson, Thomas aRrks
dale, Monteith Caine, Ambrose Easter
by, T. G. Ellis, William Gray.
Fourth Grade?Robert Aiken, Wil
liam Anderson, Tom Davenport. Cabell
Garrett, William lluchingson, Charles
Hughes, William Lake, Robert McCu
en, Orion Nichols, Pinckney Simmons,
Sarah Bishop, Mary Blackweil, Jo
sephine Knight. Fstelle Martin. Jen
nie Stone, Juanita Wilkes, Nash Phil
Fifth Grade?J. P. Caldwell, James
Dunlap, Henry Franks, John Hud
Kens, Robert Lucas, Frank t'osoy, Cal
vin Teaguc, Bruce Bagwell, Annie
Barksdalc, Martha Barksdale, Emma
Barton, Martha Franks, Floy Frady,
Mildred Counts, Harlan Crews, Laura
B. Dial, Virginia Gray, Kathleen Mc
Goe, Lola McPhnil, Bernice Meng. Fan
nie Poliakoff, Lina Rountree, Isa
belle Sullivan, nMrgaret Taylor, Hat
tie Watson, Margaret Wright, William
Sixth Grade?Thornwell Dunlap,
Truman Roper, Charles Thompson.
Hilda Bundrick, Belle Burns, Mamie
Burns, Rebecca Lake, Ruth Poole,
Virginia Sullivan, Daisy Belle Tolli
son, Elizabeth Young, Leona Adams,
Frances Myers, Nora Nichols, Amy
Seventh Grade?Ruth Bagwell, An
nie Burns, Alice Dent, Sarah Reid,
Russell Gray, Frank Reid, Lucy Mc
Phail, Mary Sullivan, Hattie Sullivan.
Frances Kennedy, Blanche Burns,
Martha Owin^s, RobecCa Clark, Miri
an Byown, Roy Taylor, Cecil Roper,
Eighth Grade?Hattie Cray, Lizzie
Lcake, Elizabeth Mosoley, Eugenia
Nichols, Louise ISmmons, Virginia
Simpson. Mary Wilkes. Herbert Sul
Ninth GrJMle Mamie Austin. Gussie
linier, Caroline Roper, llnrrictto
Simpson, Ruth Winn.
Tenth Grade? Edwin Moseley, An
na Prentlss, Richard Dunlap. Otis
First Grade?Ray Gosnoll, Virgil
Hairs ton, Nellia Mass. Edna Cobb, Al-j
lio Gosnoll, Gertrude Hammond, Lila!
Hughes. Cnrrie May Vnnhoy.
Second Grade Oeorgc Caddell, Roy
Jones, Hoe Kin;-'. Walter Martin. Man
ning Stewart. Susie Adams, Alice
Jehigln, Nollio Kellet
Third Grade -Donnio Barton. Eil nice
Gosnell, Mollio Powers, Nannie Lee
Snoddy, Alboii Towers.
Fourth Grade?Aileene Ledford. Eva
Robinson, Aniso Vnnhov. Blanche
Walker, Clvdo Gosnoll, Dcrroh Malr
ston, Glynn Ilnlrston.
DANDRUFF INN ITCIII Xfl
SCALP VI KI D TO
Why should you continue to exper
iment with salves, greasy lotions and
fancy hair dressings trying to rid your
scalp of gor111 lite. They cant do it
because they cannot penotrnto to Un
seat of th<? trotlblo and draw the germ
life to the surfae of tlx- scalp ami de
Why nol try a PROVEN REMEDY?
One tjiat will do this. We have a rem
edy that will rid the seal;) of germ
life and in this way will one DAN
DRUFF and ITCHING SCALP.
This remedy is /.HMO, a c lean, re
fined, penetrating scalp tonic that noes
right to the seat of the trouble and
drives the germ life to the surface
uud destroys It.
A champoo with ZEMO (ANTISEP
TIC) SOAP and one application of
ZEMO will eniirely rid the scalp of
dandruff and seiirC. Do nol hesitate,
but get a bottle of ZEMO today. It
acts on a new principle and will do
exactly what wo claim for it.
Sold and endorsed in Laurens by the
Laurens Drug Co.
Notice of Teacher's I'vumiimtion.
There will i?<- an extra examination
for teacher., held in tlm Armory on
Friday. Dec. P.'. 1912, bee. inning
promptly at 9 o'clock, a. m. This ex
amination In given by permission ol
the State Board of Education and tin
applicants will stand on the usual
CEO. L. PITTS.
Co. Sunt, of E(1.
Lisbon Locals. *
Lisbon, Dec. 7.?The farmers are I
very busy finishing ui> the little cot
ton, muklng room for other crops,
viz.: wheat, oats and rye. We are
glad that the farmers are sowing more
small grain tbun usual on the occount
of cheapness of the cotton crop. We
think that it is a blessing In disguise
for the fact that the farmers will sow
more small grain and be in better
shape to stand the low price of cot
ton which is most certain to follow
next fall. Th? consumption ic tooj
much, In other words when we farm
ers produce over a 12,000,000 bale
crop, the price Is lower than it cost
to make it. The merchants tell us
that they are selling more seed wheat
and oats than usual. That within it
self goes to prove that the farmers
are going to plant less cotton the com
ing vein and use less commercial fer
tilizers. That goes without saying,
and might add that the mule men will
sell less. High priced mules, when It
takes ovet an ordinary year of a one
horse crop to pay for a mule. We
poor farmers can't farm and pay debts
with !t cent cotton.
There are some cases of smallpox
in our community and Dr. Peake of
Cross Hill came up yesterday and vac
cinated the pupils of Lisbon school.
J. T. A. Ballew's shepherd hitch left
home a tew days back and he went up
and put an "ad" in the Advertiser and
the day the paper came out the dog
returned home. We guess the dog
saw the announcement. .1. T. A. Hal-1
lew is under many obligation to the
editor of The Advertiser.
Mr. Llewellyn Mil am is some bet
ter I am glad to state.
Hon. A. .1. Smith has been very
much indisposed, but we are glad to
say that .Mr. Smith is so he can goi
We are sorry to learn that the Rev.
G. M. Hollingsworth will not serve us
next year at this place.
Hon. R. B. Posey, of the Spartan
burg Par, was on a visit to his aunts,
Mrs. Milam and Mrs. Fuller, this week.
We are always glad to have our friend
Hobt, to spend a few days among us.
He says Spartanburg is the city of
the up country. '
Capt. Sim. Malone is going around
at the request of some of his friends
to get money to build the old soldier
1 n home on the land that he gets from
Mr. R. T. Dunlap.
Last Friday evening Mrs. Ballow
gave a card party. Those present
were Misses Janie Drown, of Lau
rens; Lottie Smith and Mamie Charles
of Cnion; Messrs Lyl Moore. Herbert
Roper and Pitts Drown of Laurens;
and J. R. Langs ton, esq., of the city
of M idden.
Tin? Corn Show will be well repre
sented at Columbia
Mr. George Pitts visited the Lis
bon high school last week and paid
Miss Maud Langston a very high com
plement by saying that he was more
than pleased with the way in which
she managed her school.
We want to mention the fact that
the rural police are doing good work
in this section of the county The
only trouble is they have loo much
territory to look after, with so little
1 help front those who live among the
law brakers. The landlord has to
foot the bills, Hie county police got our
! bands, and we have to pay up on our
hands gone to the chain gang. With
all that it is better for us a a our hands
are always on the look out for the
police, and they are doing better in a
pood many ways. We are glad to slate
so much for tho county police. These
law breakers and always giving them
(Its, for taking this or that man's jug,
but you listen to the man that talks
I that way, and you will Pud out who
; Im is.
Hope our editor and crew will have
\ delightful Christmas and a happy
HOW T<> (IHK iMIP.i M VT (S.V.
It is an Internal Disease and Refill I res
an Internal Remedy.
I The cause of Khe mutism and kin
dred diseases is an excess of uric
acid in the blood. To euro this terri
ble disease this acid must be expelled
; and the system so regulated that no
i more acid " ill be formed in exec;
slvo quantities. Rheumatism is an in
ternal disease and requires an Intor
i mil . niedy. Uniting with Oils and
Liniment will not cure, affords only
temporary relief at best, causes you to
delay the proper treatment, allows the
malady to got a firmer hold on you.
Liniments niny ease tho pain, but they
will no more; cure Rheumatism that
paint will change (bo fibro of rotten
, Science lias at last discovered a
perfect and complete euro, which is
called "Rhoumacide." Tested In hun
dreds of cases, it has effected the most
inni'VClOUS cures; we believe it will
cure you. Rheuniaclde "gets al the
joints from the Inside." sweeps the
; poisons out of the system, tones up the
stomach, regulates the liver and kid
neys and makes you well all OVCI*.
Khcuinae ide "strikes the root, of the
dlsonso and r?movea its cause." This
splendid remody Is sold by drtiggl I
and dealers generally at GOc find *i
I a bottle. In t biet - rm i.t 2.". and EiOO
j a package. Gel a b ttle today. Pool;
let fppo if you write to Bollblll Chem
ical Co.. Baltimore, Mr. Trial botllo
tablets 2fiC by mall.
For sale by the Laurens Drug Co.
Fertilizers yield enormous returns on
truck crops provided you use the right
kind. A truck fertilizer should contain
10 to 12 per cent.
or about twice as much Potash as Phosphoric
Potash improves the yield, flavor and ship
If your dealer won't carry Potash Salts or
fertilizers rich enough in Potash, write to us for
prices. We will sell any amount from a 200
Write for free book on Truck
Farming and Fertiliser Formulas.
GERMAN KAM WORKS, Inc.
Continental IMdii.. Baltimore
Mounduock Block, Chicago
New Oil'-..1 ?.
Knit Goods I
Another shipment just re=
ceived in Ladies and Misses
Cotton Fleeced Underwear.
Ladies Wool Suits in sep=
erate pieces in white and scar
let. Children's Union Suits in
all sizes. Hen's scarlet and
white Underwear, Aviation
Caps, Toques and Scarfs.
All wool and fleeced lined
W. 0. Wilson & Co.
Seven Horse Farm for Rent!
1 have a nice seven horse farm for rent about five miles
northwest of Laurens Court House. This land is fertile and
in good condition. This will be rented either as a whole or in
W. B. KNIGHT, Laurons, S. C., or
MARTHA C. KNIGHT, Barksdale, S. C.
New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Washington and the East
Now Offered by the
No. 32 No. 38
Leaves Clinton 7:09 p. m. 3:24 a. m.
Arrives Richmond 7:22 a. m. 2:05 p. m.
Washington 10:17 a. m. 8:35 p. m.
Baltimore 12:14 a. m. 10:00 p. m.
Philadelphia 2:23 p. m. 1:04 a. m.
New York 4:40 p. m. 3:50 a. m.
All Trains Carry Through Steel Electric-Lighted
Pullman Drawing-Room Sleepers, which now
enter the New Pennsylvania Rail Road Station
in the Heart of New York City.
No. 32 "The Atlanta-Birmingham Special" car
ries a through Observation car, Birmingham to
the Heart of New York.
I All Trains En Route Serve Heals
in Dining Cars?Service a la carte. |
Any apenl of the SEAROARl) can furnish information as to Schedules,
C. 1>. WAYNE,
Asst. Cieiu^ral Pnssen?or Agent.
precious ^>tone? = #olb anb Silber 3tMvp -- ?atctje?
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Gold and Silver Jewelry
Silver, Cut Glass, Etc.
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Silver Toilel Si is
Silver Dep. Ware
Sugar and ( ream Scls
Coffee er Tea Sets
Knives and Porks
China, Hand Painted
\\niches or Movcuicnls
Cold I'll led ( uses
Solid Cold Cases
simile St Kings
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Scarf Pins with
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