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TO BE IMPROVED
itichland Section Will He Repired.
Ask For An Engineer.
Columbia, March 29.-At the dinner
to the government engineers last
Tuesda. night at the .Jefferson, An
drew Patterson, Jr., supervisor of
Itlchland county. said that he Would
at an early date place live nmiles of
the highway in the Dutch Fork section
of the county in good condition. Ilie
aild the liinirovenents wonld be maide
in tinte for stiter travel to the
nittaas. That section of the road
is considered the worst on ti trip to
IilendersonviIle and Ashville.
'Today cornnissioner Watson or the
State depart ment of agriculture, will
confer with the oflihials of the t'aited
States olie' of uti lic rot:is an will
try to secure the tervice of alt ('Xle:t
enll"ine, t o I' ro) the lliins fro01n Co
itBnhia to .''h.v rriy. I,:irens. .\nder
in:'ntl Gre nv ill 11(' r h jbtr
nnr. ''his ii: Ii ' servie as a n
nectinA lin M between the C:ipital-to
r'oast Lighway and the Nationu i high
way. 'T'it' conaniii ;e ner wi!1 ii s ask:
that thy' r1lad irons ( oininhia to ('har
!ote and (;:,sti. a h:' lphivedi d tiuder the
superv'\isio:i of' the en in r:. his is
also a ((e' n 2t1tn lint m 1,we1en the two
:a1111 Ii h i h ays to t he Souith.
The co~nuni <ioner \, ill ;)resent the
national good ro:is (2liee with a set
of idecture s nh , i a :long the route of'
the (alitul higlhwav through Soulth
(.arolitu. which is to be Ilaced on
der thlte lipieriintendenice of the engi
The mainlIna lie of he highway to
the mount:ins is considered most itni
)ortant, :'- i' Illy in tie saun wrjij
inonths wh\ent the Itravel is heaviest.
(heck Youtr .ipril fotIuh
Thawing. frost and April rains hill
yon to the very marrow. you catch
cold -1(d ;ian linii s stuffed--you are
feverish--cogh1 cont inually atid feel
miserabbe you n(l Ir. King's New
Discovery. It sothieis inta edil and ir
ritated throat and liungs, st ops cough
your head c(le:aris up, fever leaves and
you feel ine. Mir. .1. T. Dlav'i:,. of
Stickney Coin. r.ale., "Was (ieured of
a dreaduliul rough after doctor's treat
ment and all other remedies failed.
Relief or money hack. 'leasant
children like it. (let a bottle today. 5tc
and $1.00 at your druggist.
Bluticklen's Arnia Salve for all sores
The IHC ine SUCCESS
0"ader;. Rowr, They hRve p2
Rakes, Slacker. qluire, "\Whic
*a L*dr A little carefu
CORN MACHINES national H arvest,
Planter,, Picker. No douibt is left
Bir..iator. studied: D)etach
Sheers. Shredder. heatd, fuel pum1i1
TILLAGE. intake and exhat
"e f Sp ,-.Tnt . Ask the men v
Cnukhiarows is the best test.
GENER AL t.INE IIH C constructiot
OlandaSs Engines Study the engi
Manure lipreaders where Internatic
Cream Separatora They are inadei
Mar Tsnn i to 50-H. P. T
Thareshers, ~ eS
FedrainIril Wr ite f or our ir
Kniile Graders and w heni we si
Binder Twine enigines ruay be
Champion Dieerlag RicCormicki
Rugs, Portieres, Lace Ct
and other furnishings nee
Renewing for Spring sei
when needed. .Our won
cleaning and dyeing is
4m.4+4-se e 4ima -44a o-...a.oea
* A LIETTER FIROM MR. BOYD.
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Editor The Advertiser:
A regret to be always trespassing
on your patience but if you can sparo
the space I would like to havo a fcw
things to say on the platforms of the
candidates for governor. I have had
only a few of them yet to study but
all that I have seen have one fault and
that Is that they are very general.
They are not definite enough for me.
I have long wondered if the candi
date made his platform general just
to prevent any one from taking excep
tions to what he saidand to catch the
vote of the lman who was willing to
follow his vague intelinite insinuations
without the absolute concrete proof
of th titI. ('a1 it he possible that this
is the case? It so it is high tilme that
we were iaking this type of 1tiani hiint
sot'e other way of obtainig a iivli
hood. On the other hand is it tiee;. ise
he has lot tie absolulte ;rool but
knows ienougt to know that the tAIn.,
is goi-i' on? If Ihis is the c::e is hle
(onsist e tly I 'yiig to get more infori
..ion! thwn he has? \\'oubli it not he
wise fort him to let thens public se' what
he s es and let them hii'l' Iln roudinglii
up the wlon doots If he is t rsieing
theln a ndi will eventiially caeh' ; them;
whIt are his ;clans after h has
cawrbi thin? Ilas he any. it' so. 10'11
as wluat they are Or er'ihl:iis lie
feels that hie canl not catch thlem anid
thinks no oile else can: then has le
Some plan that will remedy the evil
without lidilig out for certain That
the thing is going on? 'Then wlit Is
iI? I tor one. like to know what 1
am1 doing whten I do a thing. Now let
'I- propound a f~ew qutestionls for the
hledit of thiose who (nye putting forth
their platforms at this tilme.
Now, some may think Ihat I at at
tac"king somie caldidatles herause I ask
a few tiuestions about their inlividial
platlformis, I dbeny anly suich intentions
for some of tIhe men I know personal
ly and( do not mean to attack at all.
I have not made up imy mind on the
candidate I shall favor yet and shall
not announ1e it when I do, but merely
ask these questions to slow the public
what I aol aiming at.
Now, for instance, one of the plat
fo'miis iadIe some stat em its about tie
railroads' influence over the state leg
[FUIL farmers are no longer
"Shall I buy an engine?"
ssed that point and now in
h engine shall I buy?"
I observation will show that later
ur engines are the most satisfactory.
vhen features like the following are
able valve guides, offset cylinder
>, split-hiub Ily-wheels, extra large
st valves, etc.
ho have used I H C engines. That
They wili explain the excellence of
m, sim plicity, strength and durability.
lnes yourself at the nearest dealer's
mlal IHarvester engines are sold.
n all styles, and range in size from
ley operate on low and high grade
teresting and instructive catalogues,
mzd thema wv will telI you where the
eeni. A postal will do.
r Company of America
Milwaukee Oaborne Plano
ICIPA TE YOUR
which of your Carpets,
irtains, Blinds, Blankets
d1 thorough Cleansing and
-vice. Have them ready
der working service for
~st and Best"
islature. The question with mei is:
Wil he give the people the benefit of
what he knows on this subject and
will that he sufficient to show the
people beyond a doubt that the rail
roads have a pernicious influence over
the legislature? Who of the legisla
ture are under the influence of the
railroads? Let us know and have a
chance to leave those people at home.
. Again one of the platforms says
something about the cotton mill man
and the treatment of the employes.
Let hin make this perfectly clear to
the people and place the blame and
we will be ready to follow in this. Let
us not have a misty idea about the
matter but have it threshed out from
every point of view so that we may
know wlat is right. Let us not have
a one-sided discussion of the matter
all act on anl impression but upon the
real conldition. Let the candidate
present his charges In lefnilte, unnis
tatkable terms and then If the other
side has anything to say let them say.
Another platform or maybe he same
one says that ilense is the lentlet' of
the poor people and that all that a1re
opposed to himi1 do not desire the wel
f::re of the poor or something to that
effect. In effe i he says Iilie:ise is the
v!f; pion) of tl' poor. 11e seemis to
leave the impress i t1hal t ile:::e is
being I'e:ielted as a chmpiltlon of the.'
people. Now, .\lr. Edtitor, it is not
enough Ihat a inan maklle a at mlIenIt
like that to satisfy the mind of think
ing men. We want some I hinigs that
are plainly seen to establih the fact
in our minds. If facts enn he bruought
to miind that will satisfy the ainnds of
::ny impartial set of Judges that. Cov
e:inor Ille::e is really being In.uistly
i;: e ur id and that he is tl' re:al.
sincere e1ha11-pion of the rights of the
poor peoiPle, I am one that will lie
with himt all the tinie. Let this can
dI date pr'oduice the evidence.
Somiie of ithe platforms make al holihy
of the ruiral schools. I too, ain most
ti artily in favor of the developtent
of the r ural school anci would be glad
to devote my life to the uplniilding of
a 0011111in; ty and school tuost espee
ially if 1 could do so. I want the can
didate who ldvocates them to let us
know what it is lie wants to (1o for
I hem. ] low is he going to help them?
''here ate thousands of 11o1e all ov
er the state who are in favor of the
rural school development measures
who are not fit to be governor. We
wwant something definite.
Now, .\I r. Editor, let me make this
co sing appeal. When the candidates
come before us and make charges and1(
insinuations let us demand that they
give the facts or shut up. We do not
desire to be harrangued all the time
with generalities and insinuations that
11y wide of the marlk and are not worth
the tim 1 it took to tell themr. If a
ran who has hail II ollice of iulic
trust comes biefore you telling you of
rottenness th existed close to where
he has Leon while in office ask himi
what he did while there to better it.
If he I ties to evade that, ask him what
Ie 0 proposes to d(o to remedy things in
the ila('e lie is lnow askintig for'. We
are tireid (of beling fed 011 tile wind and~
a Cooper tman or any athe1r man ex
('011 m~y own'i. I want the best lInt erest
of the larges05t nulmber' of peopl1e anil
the manv that I sincerely b)elieve stands(1
foir tha t is the man 1I1 suppor't, buit I
ido not hold mlyself bound to0 swallow
everythling he does5 even thten. Wh'len
we stop1 following a man and go to fol
lowing priniiples we will be on the
r'ighit r'oad. ThaiCt is the pitrpose of all
IhiIs writinig and1( thIs dem~landl upon0
youru space. i.et us forget the fact ins
anid strife that are the fruits of evil
anIId becomle men of inteollect andi real
worth. It r'emlinds mue of a eirowd of'
kids to1 50 illtell igent men101 hin ing up
biehind ~l 501me man shoutini g ever'y time11
he shuoult an doii (11ing ever'y thing e'lse
Jiist the ne x tmomen11 'lt aifter lie dlo's it.
ILet 115s have somel mind of olir own
an ea imliIih it)11 recognize lthe fact
before wve suppot him.
C. D). Hloyd.
I indrumt'l l, S. C., Mfarch 28, 1911.
P'E IIIE("l' ('ONF11)EN('E
F'or ('omplliet lIe llance0.
1)0 you knlow~ how~
Tlo finld irelief from backache;
TFo corr1ect (listrtessinIg inaryIi 3 i!1s;
Tlo assist weaik kid(1neys?
AMany~ peole~ int this vicinity know
I lave uised IoanI's l Kidney Pills:
I iave prov'e<~ teir wor'th ittn 1 many
Iliore's Graeer wood lest imloiny.
Mr's. J1. xh V ts5, 3-i5 .lerrimilan St.,
G}reentwood, tN. (., says: "I had back
aches and( htea\ Cf ehes and1 thtere wvere
paIlls thrlouigh )iyk kidneys. I was
bother'ed by thte 1 idney seiret101on and
wahs oftenl dizz~y anid nervousit. 1 (11d
nlot sleep we-(ll, and iln thle mlorning felt
all tIred (oit. FinoClly, T took Doan's
lKidney PillIs tand they restor1edl me to
goodii Iteallth. I ad(1vise the use0 of Ihis
remedy In 1111 cases of k idneiy (com1
lila in t. i gave a )1 nblie st atemtentt at
thait time1 r'egar'ding I)oant's IcKidney
PIlls, and( no0w 1 aladly confirm it.'"
'oir saile byv all dlealers-. PrIce 50
ctls. Fos4 er-.\liihir C' o '.. Uifac.lo,
Newv York, sole agents fot' thte United
Remembuler theo nam~le-DToanu's--and1(
tnke nn othe
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DIAL COMP /NY
Laurens, S. C.
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE
123 acres, four miles east of Laurens Court House on
Clinton road, wvell imp~roved at a bargain. Terms easy.
J. W. Moorec Place, near Mt. Pleasant, 75 acres at
$20.00 per acre.
The Coleman Place, six miles tof Laurens, 125
acres at a bargain.
Dorroh Place, near Boyd's Mill, 220 acres at $12.50
Jno. Clardy Place, near Mt. Olive, 165 acres, $10 an acre.
45 acres one andl one-half miles South-east of Laurens,
$45.00 per acre.
One house and lot near' the Laurens Cotton Mill School
1,000 acres, three miles west of Waterloo, in several
Strancts, at a bargain.
The Dr. Duvall Farm on Pea Ridge, 100 acres and
splendid improvements, well located as to schocols, churches
and good neighbors.
A 50 atcre farm in same neighborhood at a reasonable
One house and lot on West Main Street, now at a bar
gain for a quick sale.
175 acres in Sullivan Township, the T. Wood Brown
Farm. A bargain.
Laurens Trust Company
R. A. COOPER, President. C. W. TUNE, Sec. & TIreas,
Anderson A Blakeley, Managers Real Estate Sale.'
LAURENS, . .