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QEO. R. REIV1BERT
OUT FOR GOVERNOR
HlriiNo Floor Isidor Announces timt
II? nil/ he In the Kace. Tolls 0|?.
jhiim ill, In Gel Ii In Iff 'in il MM Ho Iuim
Columbia, May 2. (looi'Ko h lloin
boit, Itopi'OHOIIIltlVO In tho IIoubo
from llloliliuid county, ami tho titular
lender of the IDoiiBo forcoH in tlmt
body, to night announced IiIb onndt
daoy for Oovoritor lo succeed Uovor
nor Colo I- llloiiHo, Thin unnounco
monl followH oIobo on ii>" IiooIh oi tho
withdrawal of Mlarnoy Oonoral I'oo
itl?m rrom lho (luhoruiitorlnl UbIh,
in nnnounoliiK hin citndlduoy Mr.
Itomhorl gavo out tho flolowlug Btato
"i consider it rather too soon to
inaka n ilollnlto announcement, bul my
frtomlH from all ovor (ho State have
urgod om to gel I ham know whal I In
land tu do; lllfll'oforo, I will hiiv that
unloRB Homolhlug uii for soon happens,
t Hhaij bo in the i'ftco for (lovornor
next year. I shall :<? the lioal of my
ability oarry forward the tight for tho
people that Governor llloaso has made.
Wo hnvo dlfforod and do diner about
some things, hut we hnvo never dif
fered In tho light for tho masses of
tho people against the political ring,
which would constitute Itself into an
oligarchy, dictated to hy certain ncws
;>!iper? and a few whom they would
perpetuate In ofllOO,
Kor Tax Urform?
"I shall light as I hgVO fought in
thO legislature fov R reform In our
tux system. We have ahout tho most
Inequitable By a torn In the Unltod
States. For years the burden has been
upon the masses of ;ho people, upon
tho small farmer and the merchant
upon those having tangible property
alone, whue the intangible property of
thO vor) rich has paid little or escaped
taxation altogether. I shall light for
such Changes as win lighten tho bur
don on tho shoulders of the weak, and
place It where il bolongs, upon the
shoulders of the strong 1 shall tight
for a tax on water power Millions of
dollars In natural resources have been
given away while tho people have slept
and It is tltUO to stop
Would Make Newspapers Holum?.
*'l shall light as I have tough: for
a law that will make the newspapers
behave themselves, and force them to
give to ox cry man. regardless of his
polities a Bquoro deal
"l shall tight for the election of
Judges bv de people H is too only
way to keep them from ultimately be
longing to the corporations. The peo
ple should haVO as much right to say
who shall Construe their laws as (hey
have to s.i> who shall make them.
"There are ether Important ni.it.eis
which i shall Incorporate in my plat
form, all of Which Will bo fully dis
cussed in tho campaign,
"My poll um I and legislative record
l* before the people and in possession
>f nix Opponent?. If they haven't it
1 advise thorn to get for l have
TT1 KmSTll I F ?OTS.
> Tylers\t?.'.??. Ma> Mrs T V Poolo
*iwt soni Martin, attended tho Quarter"
ty Conference at Orace Chapel Sat
Mi \V P Clark, of Greenwood,
spent Sunday with relatives here.
Miss i.ucy Donnan spent Thursday
Afternoon >\ lh Miss Grace Foole.
Mr. J U Coov?er left Wednesday for
Wrlstol. Teim . to spend several weeks.
Mr. Hugh Donnan of Clinton spent
Sunday with his parents Mv aud Mr*.
j. \v Pen nan.
Miss Grace Pools and brother Tru
man, ipent Sunday In Cross Inohoa
Miss Mauls ftel Peterson attend
ed the Festival In Sparenburg last
Misses Resale Donuan, Hallte aud
Haskv 11 Wl O Spent Wednesday
utght srttk Miss Maltis Donuan
Mr and Mis Bold Todd of th? Pea
KUlge section x:s:'.ed -elatixes Oer*
Masrter Joseph IVnuan 1* :i v. ".truer.
? Mess-si Nile* Clark Ind Chnrlton
WenJautine spent ShAnday wtth Mrs
M. O. Clark aud family
MUsea Irene atld Elyrdte Wright
spent Saturday night *Hh Mr* Ma*
Miaaes Marx Tab* la and l ucy Uttl*
were the sueets of Miss Sara Saxon
Mr an I Mi s Hoi; y Wo\- arid Mttlfl
Uewlse Marria. v>f I'uion. sp?/at the
week-end with Mr. aad Mrs. W P
W*ud*rf*l Si In Snl>f
Fuoklen's Vrnio.? S>i'v ? < k?*?r
over?where as toe b**t rvuK>dy om
?or all d,i*?ra,se.s of the sk. u. and a'
for burn*, braises an d bous. Redu?
u*tfam.< .ton and ts ?i'.vi-.alng aud hei
In* J T So~M!ua?. -
News. .?' ? ? <? X C
one box itemed his ms a a
Takes the place of
Easier t3 use
Better for the Shoes
rm: Horst-: ELY.
The puHt winter has boon unusually
niiiii and in consequence many tiles]
Itnvo come through nllvo and arc now
roady for business, Uomctuhor tho fly
can raise only in tutu gononlly In]
?tho horso stable, nor haps BfJ out of]
ovory loo coino from tho horse stall.
It Just takes ton days from tho tlmo
tho egg is laid to have a full mown
fly Which cotnos dlrocl from tho horso
pile to your butter dish, and leaves
there what he brougt In with hlltt. It
may not be poisonous, and If It suits j
your palate, oh. well I don*t admire
your taste. Mut it may be poisonous.]
for thoy >islt other places and as they
are quite social their visits are fre
quent. They do not wait for an In
If ovory horse owner would have
hi-< stable cleaned out once a week and
the contents scattered we would have
no files, Many deaths would be pre
vented and much sickness eliminated.
Our Citizens a*e living at the rate of
17.1 per thousand and with a few pre
cautions we could reduce It to 11 or 13
in .? very short time. Kxohango.
Dr. King's New Life Pills will ro
ller constipation promptly and get
your bowels In healthy condition again
.lohn Supslc, of Sanbury, Pa., says:
" I'hey are the best pills I ever used.
RU.l l advise everyone to use them for
; constipation, indigestion and liver
' complaint." Will help you. Price 85c.
Uocommomled by l aureus Orug Co.
and Palmetto Drug Co.
W v ITS Mil l >
Watts Mills. May ;t. The ball game
at Watts Mills park was in favor of
Nowborry Saturday afternoon.
rhe Lucas Avenue Baptist church
;a Conference last Tuesday night
called as pastor Kev. G. C Hedge
both, of Blythewood. S. C . who will
move to the field at an early date.
Mr. M. C. Godfrey who has been
for some time out on the farm visited
at Watts Mills Saturday and Sunday.
The lltle daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Damp McDowell, who has been quite
Ul with peneumonta, is thought to be
Improving at this writing.
Miss Minnie McKee and Mr. Lee
Patten, both of Watts Mills, were hap
pily united in marriage last Wednes
day evening at the home of tho bride's
mother, Mrs. M. McKeo. Kcv. i
S. Shealy orhVutlug. May much hap
piness and joy be theirs in life's
fhe weather having boon fair for a
number of days lends to the supposi
tion that the fa.riv.ers are getting ou
nicely with their work.
Watts Mills Village is now dressed
in all : s spring beauty. The beau
tiful trees that '.inc Its streets grow
more beautiful each year and the
thought arises. How beautiful will
t really be in several years from
Mr and Mrs ?\o Marth] and fam;
;> visited their Lrthet at Snore*) Fri
day and Saturday of the past week.
Mr Scion Hawkins' lltle son Macon.
vho h is been quite sick, is iniprov
Kev W. D Hatnniett and son. of
Greenville, ?I? ted *t the home of Mr.
And Mrs. J. M Moore last w?.?k.
Mr Tins'ey. fortuerally outside ear
pea ter for the Laurens Cotton Mills,
is now with t*v Watts Mills coir.;vany
Onttni to the excessive cold and
rainy weather garden work is some
what thrown behind, but with more
warm weather like that of the past
wevk. they will soon be coming nicely
F?>r Ike v^e*k and >er*i>?<<
Tired-out. w*?a>k. nervous men and;
women would feel antvtlou*. enerxec
K*. full of Iffe and always have a aood
appetite, if they would do th?? seusible
Thing for health- take b71<vtrtc Bit
ter?. No2h a.< hett??r for the stomach.,
liver or kidneys. thousands sav they
qjSte titeir lives to th's wo."derfu! hoase!
reawdy Mr*, a Rhine***.?, of Vesta?
v ? .,- \ Y. -*;.>?<: "I :-e*-jr-l Bteetrlc
I by Lam
OLTLL surely want a pair of our White Shoes this season!
Every Woman Will!
This is the strongest White Season in many years!
There are Boots, Oxfords, Ties and Pumps. The
White Nubuck needs only washing to keep it spotless.
Regular or high toes, smart Cuban Heels. Light
$1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00 to $3.50
CLARDY & WILSON
The choe Men
FREE Gifts for
In This City
The "Always Reliable" Flour
May Be Exchanged
For Useful or Orna
brjrMafli?g Them to
If yon want fluffy biscuits that are light and wholesome?cake that melts in
yoor month and delicate tempting; "good eatings" yom mm*t mm flour nM mntirmfr
from thm ki*hmt gram of Wintor ?W. Now. Winter wheat is very high in price, whB?
Spring wheat cost* mach less, o Consecuently there is n straw
temptation for millers to mix Spring wheat with Winter
and thereby gain an additional profit.
Ballard's Obelisk Flow
b milled entirely of the beet cpality of Winter wheat.
Because it mkmuyt gives the greatest satisfaction we say that fMrifidl fa
the one "always reliable" floor. n--*--?fj, ffui ?i.'i.'i n.
30 rmoutrntiom for mrnmlify mmd ?umarm ikm?rnr inmutmm "ahomm
rofmblm" flour mmi goud tn mtmmmi.
We Share Our Profits With YOU
Co.. at Louisville, Ky. Each premium is mrntfniglu P&EP?IT>?i?\t emtTZ
J. C. SHELL & CO., Laurens, S. C
Tho K. B. TAYLOR COM TAN Y,
PALMETTO DRUG COMPANY, ot aL,
Pursuant to an order of the Court
of Common Pleas for Laurens Coun
ty appointing me as Special Referee
iii the above entitled case. NOTICR i?
hereby given to the creditors of the
Palmetto Drug Company to file their
claims against said company, duly
itemized and verified on or before
May 22nd, 1013. at my office In tho
Barksdale building, Laurens, South
Carolina, or be forever barred.
H. S. BLACKWELL,
30-3t Special Roferee.
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
Whereas, petitions signed by a legal
number of the qualified electors a?d
free-holders residing in Dials school
district No. 6 Laurens county, Soutii
Carolina, asking for an election upon
tho quostior. of voting an additional 3
mill tax upon the property in s.iid
school district to be used for school
, purposes, have been tiled with the
I county board of education, an election
' Is hereby ordered upon said question,
j said election to be held on the 10U?
I day of May. 1913 at Barksdale school
! house In said district, under the man
agement of the trustees of said school
Only such electors as return real or
personal property for taxation and
who exhibit their tax receipts and reg
istration certificates as required in tho
general election shall be allowed to
Those favoring tho 3 mill additional
tax shall uoto a ballot containing the
word "YES" written or printed there
on. Those against the 3 mill addition
al tax shall vote a ballot containing
tho word "NO" written or printed
thereon. Polls shall open at the hoar
of 8 o'clock in the forenoon and shall
tin open until the hour of 1 o'clock
in the afternoon when they shall bo
c'.ns>'??.!. and the ballots counted.
The trustees shall report the result
of the election to the county auditor
an 1 county superintendent of educa
tion within ton days thereafter.
GEO. L. PITTS.
By order of County Board.
Take notice that on the 16th day of
May. I will render a final account at
my acts and doings as Administratrix
of the estate of Wm. .1. Copeland, de
ceased, in the office of the Judge of
Probate of Laurens county at 11
o'clock, a. m.. and on the same day
will apply for a final discharge from
my trusts as Administratrix.
Any person indebted to said estate
are notified and required to make pay
ment on that date; and all perssmn
having claims against said estate will
present them on or before said dato*
duly proven, or be forever barred.
Administratrix with will annexed
April 9. 1913?1 mo.
Condensed Passenger Schedules.
Between Greenville. Anderson andr
Trains leave and arrive GreenvPie?
corner Main and Wa&hington Street*.
Lffecttve Sunday. January 12. 1913 ac
v Lla7e: Arrive:
No: J1?.* No. Time.
l?o:^a.m. 2? 8:20 a.m.
sZiillx"' 4-10:35 a m.
:Jga.m. g_ 2:15p.m.
9? 1.45p.m. 10- 4:15p.m.
11? 3:40 p.m. 12? 5:00 p.m.
?o?4:wp.m. 16- 6:35 p.m.
47 T?ap m- 7:35 p.m.
on ?ale at G- S- * A- Termt
r.al Ma:n Street
& S^fw*' C S- ALLEN.
General Manager. Gen. Pass. Agt
*N?lal ExcuMo? Rale*. ?
,f rittln^ and return- amount
or Confederate Reunion. $0 40 T'ck
ets on stA? May 24 through 2$ Good u,
return May 29, 19U.
? J. NELSON.
^^^^^ City Ticket Agent.