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It iiiRinutir oorreota nil unplenaant
?it inptoiiin nii'l ijnieUly cnr?? UVfll'MI'
(i A, llnnrtlmrii. (timtritl*, rMlnvoa thai
bloated and honvy fueling, rmOorn*
dlKestlOttAIld niokea yon limiltliy. vigor
[j c laond hippy in"'i und wmiii'ii. If you
WOUld DSt WOlI, n 1 <???p w"M nml nnjoy nil
dm benefits ?im? i? Hound itomnoh lu
?nrPH Itf II ft iiiioo.
Write for " Looturo on Dynpepals."
I.AIIItKNM Mill (J to.
I.nuten?, H. C.
Ri^ht W atches
People that Want the
Prices that areRight.
The Ri^ht Place
to buy them
Urldge To M,
On Mm :UHh, 1012 nl 11 o'clock -\
if the hoard "f count) coiuuilHHlonorn
. ' i nun ii ? < "nut\ will |o| io iho low
. .1 bidder lue ? <m?i i r.ol for building
IIIti(X bridge on Hpndj river, item
Waterloo, lotting lo be ;<t the rIIc llldn
* in he conKlderod on both wood and
????Ii Pardon who cnttuol convenient
\\ nttoini on thai day inn) file deal
Mi!? ai tliIh office up lo ,; o'clock p ni
? iU) before lllddern will tlopoBll
certified choch. of IftO.OO ?!> Ruarantee
of good frtiih Written contract and
bond required, to he executed within
ton dayn The ?iaht is ox pronely rc?
nerved lo reject any or all b|dn,
I) I) Humbert,
BUY IN THE SOUTH
wi\,l ?<?<- the South ??< -XV, keep your mon.
?m nl home where ?i will benefit you end
Tiie Business Magazi 1ic
South ? lendini Ijumuom |ou nol t<*'.!?
hoy Id d?i it l: I i i,^ i\\nd?
gooda and lho*e who handle same.
fj |l n\no rontoina n Helen ? I inter* I \6
even Southern Merchant, otlicUta which
IumIiI wp one* busineaa ?nd r\?kr n profit,
?I 1V1I? ?h?. into.t, be* New? in ?ho Du?U
up** world, condensed foi the buay man*
?1 Send $1.00 f<?
lUwinoM Magazine Co,
oh. run on J0NK8
Oftlc? Its Stmanetaa n?lldl?aj
llume: ()ft\c* No. Keoldonoe 11*.
When yoa feel ^w*^
m??., Hfed, Mrrtiried or doapoadflwl it w a
who atft neod MOTTs NFRVF.R1W.
Pill .5. H><?v ?w?w the normal vi for sod
matt? lifo i*-,m1? In m*. n? ?*<? ?nd ??V ?/>r
Mott't NorroHn? Pill. lft??*
WU1 LAMS MFC, CO.. P?n , CUv*U*a\ OU?
i.jumiM ?uro co.
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A FORWARD STEP
Hliile sii|?t. Mwoarlngen Compliment*
ihu Count) upon Mm Action in Pro?
tiding for Mural School Supervisor?
Supt, of ICditcntlon (loo. I'. Pitts Ih
in i'ccolpi <>r tin- lottor bolow from
HUilo Mupl of Education .I K, Swonrln
j/i-n Tin- people of the county might
wi-ii in- proud of tho advancement
iilong ncliioittlutitil lines which the lot*
(01 Indicates, it Ih us rollows:
ColtliilUla, S. C. May 21, 1012.
Um pi (loo, l. Pitts,
I ill u roil k, s. (!,
DOOI' Mi. I'll Ik:
Vom appointment <?r a county super
visor nf mini schools to work in CO'
oporntlon with your odlco is porhnpH
the uosl of iho ninny good things yon
hove nccotnpllHliod Tor tho oduciitlotinl
system of l-uuroiis county. It inoniiH
Incrensod co oporntlon and co-ordlnu
tlon In educational offortH, ror it will
help lo Introduce pedagogical methods
into every cIiibh-iooiii ami to iiwnkon
professional outhiiHliism and eiutiln*
ii.hi in ovory school.
Vom appoint iiii-nl of Miss Wll l.ou
tlrny whs ii mi or ran- good ludgtnent
nnd good fortune, llor thorough pro
patatiou. BIICCOHHfUl nXpOI'IcnCO and
ithovo all hnr (loop Illloi'OHl ami cullII
? I<*? * In II.ItlCtltlolllll pI'OHpOOtH of
1,'iiu-ns county Insure satisfactory ro>
Hiiltu tioin thla oxpoiiinoiil
TIlO II'UhIOOH, palionu and lux pay
<-i!i or LauroiiM county hnvo taken nd
vntitngo til ovory ludiiooiiionl for koIiooI
linpl'ovolilolil uffoi'oil In (he Hinte. Moro
school in > tu lo hnvo hooti establish
?"I in LtiuroiiH til ii ti in itny i) tli or conn
\\ Your Hiicconsf ill lil--.li ichoiil hnvo
lllildo application ft) I limn- Stall- aid
t tut ii could i gran ird thou) iindoi th-.
law it i-> possible to corrooi this
till Ion ii\ Utting dining iln- HOhnlnsllc
\ noi fM ? i ;i tho Nicholson itoi to on !
law II I. pt)H slblO to Oori'OCl this con 1
<im.li; in country districts, tor this
iiichhui'o Ih einltionlly ndaplod lo conn
i i v hoIiouIh employing I wo ur throo
touchers, IS very district levying ar
OXl i'm lav ul loin in i 11 i niav i'OOelvo
V'niMHi ,,, j;t.mi stair aid. according
itH H i onrollllioill amount ; to fifty or
in seventy live pupil-..
Tin- tonn extension law hna boon
llhorally usod by your trustees, and
?bor? ii now no reason why every
i'iMiiitrj school rhnultl not run a' least
seven months n !< lo tin' IntOroBl of
Intal cos, loaohoi'h and patrons t > con
?mil tin- county Hnporlnlondonl in ro
gartl in state aid as soon an Urninge
inoutH for th.? scholastic yeai It) 12* 1 ?'?
hnvo boon com plot od hi any dlatiict.
riu- I*." now buildings eroded Im tho
counij within tho last two yours nf
ford useful objyel Iossouh In modern
school nrchltot Iuro i\h well ns com
munity development, hut (hose nr?vs
torlos lo surtvonsful (onchlng will now
boai Iboli in i frulla through the pro
fesslonal work of tin- county supcrln
lendeul niul (ho county supervisor of
rural ho lino? <
\l KOtno I lino during tin' tall I hope
Hie) enjoy the privilege of observing
this work in some of your best class
Inclosed herewith l am sending a
chock tor $2&0 00 This money was
contributed hy the Peabod) Hoard
for rural school supervision In South
Carolina, ai.d I? to he used In part
payment of the nnlarj of the mporvls
or In 1,aureus The chock should he
deposited With the County treasurer to
the crodll of vom county board of ed
ucation <iv he paid out upon the war
rant of tho County superintendent
The new ohVei is to he the ollloial
Ht^proM'nt-uive of the county hoard to
work in oo Operation vvith county
- bool anlhoi It let)
This plnn hos already been Inatigu-j
roled in York, Dorohostei A'ken and
Marlhorn and i <- \\\ t.v hi introduced
into five other i UttleS. It socks to
give the count iv '.iov and girl n bettor
chance, and since St per cent of our
people live in the country, it should
help to hrlUft to the rural districts a
finer, fuller and more serviceable type
.1 E. Svvearingen.
State Supt of Education
l> \M>H1 FF ANl> ITCHING
SCALP YIFI.D TO
Why should you continue to exper
iment with salves, greasy lotions and
fancy hair dressings trying to rid your
scalp of germ life. They cant do It
beeauae they cennot penetrate to the
seat of the trouble and draw the germ
life to the aurfac of the scalp and de
Why not try a PROVEN REMEDY?
One that will do thia. We have a rem
edy that mill rid the scalp of germ
life and in this way will cure DAN-1
DRUFP and 1TCH1NO SCALP,
This remedy is ZEMO. a clean, re
fined, penetrating scalp tonic that goes
right to the seat of the trouble and
drives the germ life to the surface
and destroys it.
A ehanvpoe with 7.RMO (ANTISEP
TICS SOAP and one application of
7.EMO will entirely rid the scalp of
dandruff ahd scurf. Do not hesitate,
but got a bottle of ZEMO today. It
acts on a new principle and will do
exactly what me claim for it.
Sold and endorsed in Teuren* by the
lEnrons Drug Co. I
TO wtki?T coifNTY MKMHl'.ltSHIP.
liblmrj AssocJatlon to Kxtend Mom*
hership to tlx- People OuMde of the
Tho Advertiser is in receipt of ih?
letter below, wont by -tti olllrer of tltO
library association. Though .ho fllCll
It loa of Hi" library are rather lliiiltod,
Ii Im affording much pleasure mid pro
ni i?) those of Hh monibofutt l|i Am I he
larger the membership tho mon- able
It Is to buy books, tho association
welconioH all tho people or tho city mid
county i > Join ;t. Tho latter is us Pol
Tho Llhrnrj Association.
Tb?- library association hurt recently
hud applications from Homo out of
town persons for membership, Tho
association Iiiih decldod to open tho
library lo thoso county subscribers
who will lake n yearly IllOinborshlp,
aid (lUbBCrlptlcn GOHlinK one dollar.
Tho library ha? ovor oho thousand
VotUlltOS and It has boon tho aim of the
booh committee to solocl n few of tho
best or the Into books, bosldos tho < <>i
lei Ion of standard works.
if a hu flic Ion I numbor of mombors
aro socurod, tho bourn, a; prosonl
Tuesday and Friday afternoons from
1:30 to 0:80, win be changed with a
view to tholi convonloii so.
The following are (he rules for the
use or tho books belonging to Iho Lau
rens Public Library:
1st. No moiubor call lake tint more
than olio book on one subscription,
Haid subscription to ho paid in ail
VaiICO The book lllUHl 1)0 I'Vllll'llOll 10
? 11?< library lu tin days, Failure lo l'?<
turn it In Hpoclllod tkmo shall cause h
IlitO ol IIVO COIlts to bO Impose, I lor
OUOll library day It Is kept, a book
Is HllbjoCl lo Ollly OIIO renewal
2nd, No member ran lend a book
botonglng to Iho Laurena Public li ,
brnry This rule appllos to members
I inter changing books a i well as lo their
i lending the books to noii members, a |
bonk Is nun I ran:.lei able
.'?i ll If a book belonging to the Lau- I
runs public librae) is torn, dofacod or
lost the member who took it from the
library must replace it or pit) its full
lib, Members who refuse lo observe
the above rules shall forfeit the use
of the books.
All are urged to take the best of J
cai'O of the book; while OSCll member
Is naked to see that these rules are
kept in force,
Anyone securing a club of ten mem
bers will be glvoil a year's subscrip
For any additional Information
phone the librarian, Miss Wossio Lee
Dial, phone number 30.
Man? lures lime Heen ueportcd.
a little tablet called "Dlgostlt" has
boon found lo be certain quick relief
for acute Indigestion. Many cases
have heen reported where instant re
lief resulted from Us use. Hrown's Dl
gcstll Is tho successful treatment for
all stomach disorders It relieves In
digestion Instantly and cures dyspop
sin Sohl on positive guarantee BOc.
Ask at I), F. Posey'a,
Fur m an Pom mon cement.
The Furmnn University Commence*
men! hegin?. Hondnv, .Inn? 3. and clos
er Wodiieainj .Inner?, tip. iho uvouin.?s
of Tuesday, Juno i. olghi ,>;i o'clock
in the dining room n\ Monta$u> Hall
on Iho Fnnnan University campus,
will take place the annual banquet of
the Alumni, fovmer students and
friends of the Institution. These oc
casions furnish one of Iho most at
tractive features of Funr.an com
mencement, and the.v serve both to
siimuate and maintain Internal in the
institution a good supper and abun
dant fellowship are promised all who
are on hand Music will ho furnished
hy a Oreonvlllfl orchestra and the
Furman Oloo club. Tho committee
are IV F.. Orecr, C. B. Martin, .1 C.
Keys and R M Manldin. Tho annual
sermon will be preached Tuesday.
?Inno 4, hy Dt. C. R. Hurts, Columbia,
S C The annual address before tho
Llterarj Societies will be preached
on Wednesday morning. .Inno 6, by
Dr Charles W Kent. Professor of,
Rngllth Literature in tho University of
It would surprise you to know of
tho great good that Is being done by
Chamberlain's Tablets. Darius DoW*
?1 . of New borg .Junction, N. TV, writes
"My wife has been using Chamber- 1
Iain's Tablet* and find* them very ef- '.
fectual And doing her lots of good." j
If 5'ou have any trouble wltn yonr
stomach or bowels give them s trial.
For sale hy all dealers.
Rnjoy An evening of delisbl hy wit
nessing "Valley Farm" at the OperA
Honte Friday ox-ening. l<ocal tAlont? !
IocaI hits?specialties. ftenerAl Admis
sion S.Sc, RAllerj- Zhc
8ee our 10 cent Counter for the big
gest values ever shown In Laurens.
8. M ? K H. WilVes A Co.
Substantial Reductions on all Sizes.
Size NEW PRICES Old Prices
34 x 4 $33.25 $35.75
36x4ji 43.75 47.25
37 x 5 54.00 58.75
THE SUPERIORITY OF MICHELIN TIRES
IS RECOGNIZED ALL OVER THE WORLD
IN STOCK BY
Swygert & Teague
Look over your Wardrobe and Household Fur
nishings. Anticipate your Spring Needs. Have
them ready when you 130 NEED THEM.
Many pleasing changes and much economy are
easily possible by FOOTER'S Famous Methods and
Cleaning and Dyeing
None other can give you the benefit of long expe
rience, modern appliances, or serve your needs as
FOOTER DYE WORKS
Positively America's Greatest, ttcst and Most Complete
Cleaning and Dyeing)Works.
ONE MORE CHANCE TO GET
1 Qt. E. Z. Seal Jar
Why not save 10 cents? You will find the
Coupon in "Presbyterian of South"
\\ cdnesday, May 1st, 1912.
Bring: them to us. Last year we gave away
1 20 Jars
Palmetto Drug Company
W. H. WASHINGTON, Manager
tWlicn you want--"
Advertiser Printing Co.
Laurens, S. C.
dl 1 MANUFACTURING ENGRAVERS
Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality,
Stufe of South Carolina,
County of Lauren*.
Whereas, petitions signed by a legal
number of the qualified electors and
froo-holdors residing In Dials School
Dlsirii t No. three (3), Laurens county,
soniIi Carolina, asking for an election
upon tho question of voting an addi
tional two 12) mill special tax upon
proporty In said school district to be
used for school purposes have heel,
tiled with the County Hoard of Educa
tion, an election Is hereby ordered
upon said question, said election to !>?
held on the Mb day of June. 1912, at
Shlloh school house, under the man
ngomonl of the school trustees of said
Only such electors as return real
or personal property for taxation and
who exhibit thjrlr tax receipts und reR
ist rat Ion certificates as required In
the gonoral election shall be allowed
Those who favor the two mill addi
tional tax shall vote a ballot contain
Ing the word "YES" written or print
ed thereon. Those against the two
mill additional tax shall vote u ballot,
containing the word "NO" written or
printed thereon. Tolls shall open at
the hour of 8 o'clock In the forenoon
and shall remain open until the hour
of 4 o'clock in the afternoon when
they shall close and the ballots bo
Tho trustees shall report the result
of the election to the county auditor
within ten days thereafter.
OEO. L. PITTS.
By order of the County Hoard of
Bridge lo Let
On Thursday, .tune fith. i912 at II
o'clock a. m. the Supervisors of Lau
rens and Spartanburg counties, will
let lo tho lowest responsible bidder.
conn art for rebuilding Woodruff
bridge over Knoree river, between said
counties, near Woodruff s. c, either
at the old site or such site as may bo
ngreeil upon. Illds will bo ncconi
panted by cortillctl ( beck of $50.00 a
gunranteo that bidder will, If his bid
is accepted, execute written contract,
and satisfactory bond within ten days
alter award. Letting will be at tho
site. Parties who cannot convenient
ly attend may flic sealed bids at this
i ofllco up to ti o'clock of Juno Ith. to
be opened on day of letting. The
right is expressly reserved lo reject
any or all bids.
II. 11. Humbert.
Supervisor Laurens Coutjty.
May 21. liirj. 4U-:'.;
NOTICK OF F.LIM HON.
state of South Carolina,
Count) of I,aureus.
Whereas, petitions signed by a legal
number of the qualified electors and
free-holders residing In Sullivar
school district No. X, Laurens county,
South Carolina, asking for an election
upln the question of voting an addi
tional 2 mill tax upon the property in
snld school district to be used for
School purposes have been filed With
the county hoard of education, an elec
tion Is hereby ordered upon said (pies
Ition, said election to be held on the
15th day of June, 1012. at the schon!
house for white children in said dis
trict, under the management of tho
trustees of said school district.
Only such electors as return real o"
personal property for taxation and
who exhibit their lax receipts and
registration certificates as required In
the general election shall be allowed
Those favoring the 1 mill additional
tax shall vote a ballot containing th
word "YES" written or printed there
on. Those ngnlnst the 2 mill addi
tional tax shall vote n ballot contain*
lap! the word "NO" written or prlnte^
thereon. Polls shall open at the hour
of 8 o'clock in the forenoon and aha!"
remain open until the hour of 4 o'clock
In the afternoon when they shall be
closed and the ballots counted.
The trustees shall report the resul'
of the election to the county auditor
and county supt. of education within
ten days thereafter.
(Jeo. L, Pitts,
By order of County Hoard.
The Cnherslt) of south Carolina.
The University of South Carolina
: a first class college with courses, i:
Law, Engineering, and Commerce an
Finance. Forty-three teachers, scho
nrShips worth $100 In money and <-\
omptlon from fees. A rare chant
lor hi aspiring young man.
The health and morals of the sfu
tloitlS are the llrst care.
Enrollment 143 students.
Many Improvements next si sslon
entrance examinations will be he
at the court house on Friday, .lu'.y .
at i> o'clock.
For catalog write to
S. C. Mitchell. President.
43-31 Columbia. S. C.
Take notice that on the fdh day of
Juno, I will render a final accoun:
of my acts and doings as Adminis
trator of the setate of Matilda Ri
deceased, in the ofllco of the Judge c:
Probate of Laurens county, at 11 o
clock, a. tn., and on the saine day will
apply for a final discharge froin r. :?
trust as Administrator.
Any persons Indebted to said estat
are notified and required to make pay
ment on that day and all person
lowing claims against said estAte will
present them on or before said date
duly proven, or be forever barred.
P. S. Suber.
May 6. 1912 ?1 mo.
Succeed when ??erythiitar else fans.
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they are the supreme
remedy, as thousand* have testified.
FOR KIDNEY .LIVER AND
It Is the best medicine ever sold
over a druggist's coaster.