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Laurens, S. C.
ALISON LUCIC Presiden
W. G. LANCASTiD11 vice-Pros
ARTHUR LEM Sec. and Treav
Advertising Rates on Appleation.
Obituaries and Card of Thanks: On
cent a word.
Entered at the postoflce at Laurens
S. C., as second class mail matter.
11A1lENS, S. C., JUNE 10, 1914
The Advertiser will be glad to
receive the local news of all the
communities in the county. Cor.
respondents are requested to
sign their names to the contri
butlons.. Letters should not be
mailed later than Monday morn.
It is about tile to CommllilllCe think
ilp about plalis for the comnty fair.
With the drought broken the pros
lects seciml brighter for another yea
of good] Crops.
The Newberry Hlerald and News i:
"constrained" to believe that the gov*
(ernflOr' Was W roig inl criticisi ng a pil
vate citizeln while llakilig a political
Speech at Whitllire. Why only con
.\r. '\lebaurin1 denies that he ha:1
withldra wn froim the race for governo
yet virtially ad lits 11111 h' is in
longerI'l :) real conitend1er inl the race h:
attem'ptinpg to poinit out ani imtagi
1n.v streigtl o. John G. itichard'. I
is un1head of', to s:1y thle least, for oil
vaildidate to algil warring v4eliillt
lo slipport :ll oppo.dig tadd l , a
\ll. A.\l l,,itrin cl is to hto donev il
th eas of Ti lii ail ) an, I 1I1Isv. 11
his happilless over Is I.:lailar,
neheveent .\r. Melain111 forgot 1(
hle consislent :.11d thereby wrote himl
Slt out. of the race. 1i' we many jithLa
fro-lli Senl:!Ior 'IjITi .ll*in' Conime1 nt. .\Ir
.\laarin1 in1ade ;I hoshl wli of, t;)
At this Ii.n1o in 1W9 :2 nn i !0it,
fromn voroneri t:) 1navarnor wereo a1
ready varluled Up an1d - y S::
S&no t.se tion s: ':ng. I') 13., hop,
111m1 this year's campah.an,1 will be0 dit,
forntl all the wi: i l'th ut0 th
Ao ording- 1tTe en lia li:
P"kiie fitett1' te srlay tnllingSt ill,
bi t 111 ive boar'l of tru til ', o 'f hi
cora college have decirted onl a si:
onilgst streve! inl that, city h
which1 the1 collegew -hlall be m ,.ovIed(
ly. We aries tire that. if The Pied
111013 Is certla in as to lbs Inf ormaltioi
and1( that. the site is a dlesirabile onl
the mtter ma) lty be1 O~ conidleed as set
I led. Th'lose wiho hav ie agitatedl thi
cin estion of' remoa~lV ~ havetL blem
irompTtedl all at.lontg by a feel 1ing that
the college was greatly hiani enppiel
int It gi'owthi by the lack of r'oomt t
well as lack of fundsll~ and1 no0w i
G reen viille( is about11 to besti r It
self I t') do thle gen er'ous t1ing
therle wIll lbe Ino room for comll
hIlint. If' the collelge remtains a I
Gr ieenville certainly It hats thle hes
wishes of Tia'ens.
TIS 1(IDNEYI IEEE-D
A G&tEATi liEA LEI
Letter to Dr. IIitimer & (Co., inighams.
ton, N. Y.
For a numbiller of years I was tr'ou
bled with my kidnfeys, clondlit ion so so
ious that. part. 0f thle tIme I was un-i
abhle to work. Tr'iiedl several remeitdies
aliso dlifferent I phlysicians1 wit houit re
let'. A sample of IDr. Kilmher's swampii
Itoot wats left. at my house" I coml
mi~ee to take it and1 con1tinied'( It un
til I had takent severl bott .I s andl am3
nlOW cu redl. A im six t y-t w yea r's Oi
nge and1( able lto workl ('very day.I'i I at
trIbute my ('lre to the Jse of yourI
Aly wife also was enirel by Drt. Kil1
mner's Swamip-ltoot. Symipto:ns weie
very seioius, inicluin g hiemiorrhiages,
great pain and distress. I commufenced
givinig heri Swamnp-Itoot and~ tit was
.just as healing in lher case. We caln
htear'tily recommllend your Swamp-IRoot
to all kidney sufferers.
Very truly yours,
It. C. (G-tIti'ITH'I,
Subscribedand sdvornte before me,
a Notary PublIc, this thte 8th' (lay of
April, 1912. T. Bennett,
Card of Thanks.
'Through the Advertiser we wish to
thank our neighbors and -friends for
their kindness during the long illness
and death of our mother.
. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Latimer.
1~aurenl, .'Ae 8th.
WHAT ABOUT IT.
Writer Says Negroes Already Ha1
Comnuplsory Education Law.
r 10ditor The Laurens Advertiser:
A negro school teacher inl Sout
- Carolina recently said that the whit
people of 'outli Carolina passed
law in 1895 compelling the negroe
to attend school when the constitu
t tional convention required that a ne
gro be able to read and write o
that he hold property before he coul,
vote. He smiled and said that sinc
that time the negro children coul
not be kept from going to schoo
and that the negro schools were al
ways crowded, but now the whit
people would be forced to pass a com
pulsory education law to give th
white Children the educatiol 'the
would need to compete with the ne
So we have in South 'Carolina
comIAulsory law already for' the ne
groes. Ilere is what fion. .,amtes 1:
Sullivan, chlief of compulsory attend
ance division of the State of Net
York, replies from Albany utder dat
of 'May 2Sth. 1911, as to the et-c
of tle coml-kpulsory attvinda nce law it
that state and what tyw pteopri' thinl
".l. . HI. fllike
tireellwoodl, . .
YOur lette.r of illqtW..y "Ind'r 'iatl
of Nlay 25 received, and I b' 'env
to ansver youil tustion in ti. ordte
.~ 1)2h1nitt ed.
1. "Do yout believe editenion ha.1:
mad e greater progress inI -your -stat4
;t u11de a Compulsory education lan
than Ilef ore sich a law was passed?
No other single school statute t:
I done SO m felto the au se of ed uca
tion inl this state as tiht oImimlso
Nduention Law ow In" OPeratio
here. Thousands ow chiliren \\14
have beln inl atIttiance upon f:t
,in /trtuction antnually sinc the I:1
went into cTtvL wouai havi'
- growin:'2 uplt wit:Ot iol a!e1i.c' fr!
cation au-t t i thL e ' s i
(11a1y anld dwli:a ('.." n s o n
- ri..ni aw
I tt I .,Won .
thel Compu' lsoryt, 1-deI t.tt
1 4. V.- w I I iit I a S!
l:ut vet y fe'hlr: n tts a e
s it it ; ysialy and'i' tanC)tail On
ptenut arn laun i: beutio nt~tt wh
lil r ditItd
Iitiine tw'ysait :tuoipguc m aa .in
heis by 3('t- it is beut i a e n.o
a'd noi', iblk
plo ry) Sout -:d 'ai n go:1i o - :
a work b\OtI.>mptlsory hdnit h la
Trexuso, liiippi, 1nd SotIa.ln
"wn nople whereti a e,>inlseor:
-Ieuction *loa has beenklu 1)na t i
.h umy opi1' wlouiteve be wrepealdi
ii"and navr stao'it e ha ing iuc at law
toa by eclyr itaisbig mawde mr
-lmadaotoryi~ seif ic, taehitsiv
andlIvt worble a Isppua
.\ sr.eaditgor wdael all whte t Ino
eet ofc- Souh. Waoia .C ointttl de
aboutsait~ e itI hi gt *o
GreenwoiI'a , lun ait 1l9gs I etI.o
an~ rtea R.\P, IDLY II F.\Linfit rtF
Drug -) Thousa14not Taitngft ind:onn
iver itI on entd. s i ss t
The s'oxsOf I alt mel iwhi ch nis x
poison tad a frm of i$I n irn iy. leem
to bn eidetec tdiminishinnweay
Dodson nver Tne akesc ttslaa I
xl rteliabn t in Illses oi/fon tiatibeet
otanlove lieouble that it "oplait
Dvttodson's 'Ler o ~ne athea-s
reneable-uiqui. Wha. bckltme doe
hase pIer Tone) tosfo you eefully
Iantleasantdy wtht questiin. Hncen
booin ivinge ot t rfrnl.
it o iae. rd-~tgms 7
oh csufrmsbrler o blabes ens
hensland on roomedy haWill taetor
Whit Orsigdton, Bared ifrock.
WhteWn.ttl. F ran Toneha beaen
ofna calom. 46-a ht t"In
Sohe vell oviewsof eaurensipatfor
ren. Drug Co wand han bact terer.
HELD SATURDAY V
Totato Club Wiris and Others Listen ,
ti to Iustructive Addresses on Various
0 Toples of interest.
A The rially held Saturday int the in
4 terest of the Laurens County Tomato
- club attracted quite a number of the
- club nembers, besides a considerable
r numb& of farmor* and others inter
I ested i better.farming methods. Supt.
Sof Education J. 11. Sullivan presided
: over the meeting. The first thing on
the program after the invocation was
- the reading of a paper by Miss Mar-1
e garet Dunlap, one or last year's prize
- winning club members and a member
e of this year's club: Her paper was a
very interesting treatment of the val
- ue of tomato club work.
Mliss Janye C. Garlington at the
head of tomato club work in this A
county, had provided an attractive 8
program for the day, Prof. C. C. New
. man, Miss Edith Parrott, W. W. Long
and Mr. Elliott having been secured
to make addresses. All of these speak
t ers dwelt at length on the importance
o using advanced methods in farm - A
Ing but gave particular attention to
the work of the tomato clubs. Prof.
Niven. of Clemson college, was pres
ent anid, with Ithe assistance of Mrs.
\\illonion, of G reenville. and Miss
lolloway. of Newherry, gave ia de - C
onstr'ation inl tomau1to cannin11g. ih is
was a very Interesting feature of the
amee ting. especially to the imlembers of a
the tomato club, who learned a nuim
her of valuable lessons fromt the dem- ,
T'he i.aturens County Tomato club a
has a tuoilbership ot sixty girls. They 13
are very enithusiastic over their work,
largely as a result of the enthusiasm
impllarte! by .\is (Garlin.4ton. their i
aeader. Ailiougli the weather has a
I ee very driy, t he" girls have been
fairly sccessfl wi tit thelr tolmatoes
NEIVS FlOMil YOUGS. *
1- 1.0.n '. h- e had a i ce
W, Irain i- lt Friday.
Tr was1 a lawn p1ar1ty at .l r. W.
0. uit' a:urdIcy night. liesides
h youn0 people o: this coIi:nitityI
ther '. wer s r :'omll Enore' and tj
\ :.mui. 11obo-) whl1o Is been
- 1 ''I' for a whil visited home t
n by .\li9. I ,ni: .\a y D1illard.
. --: Nl t y who.attended
allge h!4 yarwaIs at
ura .y andI Sunday.
Jol. e 1Prior of Clinton and Mr.
;. lPrine. of En'r' visit"d here
I. ' y I I:1nmoflmi of ross An
urtw e \v zIn the commnillly Saturda1.y.
\\.D. ustisof Enoreo, filled
I. ' r'II a;pointmlent at liram
t ' .1h1r-1h tly mornlg. There a
it !:.) h'en derie tO hav (h11 - 0
dri'.n D)ay first Siumilay in Jluly. We
at s hoing to lhave a niice timue.
Mt.. ilditor mus1~t, comle up that day.
M\rs. Al exander4' Abhereriombi ie vis
(ted her sister. M1rsa. .1. 1. Williams at
I.anfi lord one0 day last week. Mrls. WiI- i
!ian:s wa:s hlookedi by a ('OW and in- A
.aured ab ou t the head. S'he is r'eport.
el toe) do' ling very well at present.
The~e eems1 to lbe an abund1(1ant I
blackbherry crop here tis year 1. Not
wiltstanding tile drly wveather' we had
;ies".arlier than pr'ev'ious seasons.A
The ~l wiere a 11 nnedl 1101 first beries0
the 7th of June11 this year'.
Gardens are suff ering very mulch ni
or wvan of' ain. I'pllanld paste
1re almos05t dr ied u~p.
Thrown fromi Hfuggy, r
A mule belng dr ilven hy Mer. Sid
Crews ran away on West Main street
Friday thrlowing out Mr. Crews anid
Me'r.1J. S. IBennett, who was rIding
with him. Thle mule I became fright
01ned at a Shet landf ICony in front of -
Me'. D). ii. Counts' hlousel andl m1adle a
wild dlash dlown the itreel. Mr.
Crl'ws sulffereud an injury to his arnm,
while Mr. Tlennett was very severe
Ily cut arloun td the head antd face. The
heatte'r was con1fined to his 1hom11 for'
severial (lays .buit. was at his place of
butsineiss yost er1day.
'(ures Stuil~born, Itchmy Skina Tr'aoubles.,
"I could~ scratch mnyself to pieces"
is often heard frome sulfferers of Ec
zema, totter, itch and similar skIn
erutpt'iins. Don't scratchl-stop the'
itchIng at once with Dr. Hlobson's Ec
zema Ointment. Its first appllication
star'ts healing; flhe red, i-oulgh, scaly,
itching skin is soothed by the heal
ing and cooling medicines. Mrs. C. A.
Einfcldt, Rock Island, Ill., after using
Dr. Hobson's Ecze'ma Ointment, bi
writes: "That is the first time in nine
years I have been free from the ca
dreadful ailment." Guaranteed. 50c at th
Barbebue at Waterloo.1
.There will be a barbecue at Water- su
hoo Saturday, July 11, to which all re
candidates in the county and the pub
lic generally are especially invited. A J
good dinner is guaranteed, given by
0. W, LTng.-Adv.
MIETING OF W. M. U. *
The second division of the W. M. U.
-111 meet with the Now Prospect Bap
ist church the third Saturday ia
uine. A full attendance of churcihes
om3risilig the division is expected
lid members aiie urged to attend.
D:20-Devotional exercises conducted
by 'Mrs. .1. L. Lawson.
):15-Address of Welcome. Mrs. Lau
.esponse-Mrs. -Mary aflrksdale.
oil call of societies. Response -by del
egates with appropriate Scripturo
verses on Foreign Missions.
irst Query-What I have done for
our quarterly and what Our quarter
ly has done for me. Opened by
Mrs. Clara Watts, to be followed by
the delegates from th' digerent so
ddress-AMrs. A. B. Langston.
ppointment of committees.
evotional exercises conducted by
Mrs. Dr. Beason. Alternate, Mrs.
xercises by Alva Langston Sunbeam
ddress--Dr. A. B. Langston.
Jlgs and Colds Weaken the System.
Continued coughs, colds anid broL
iial troubles are depressing and
eakeni the system. Los of weight
td appetite generally follow. (let a
)c bottle of Dr. King's New Discov
'y today. It will stoy youir cough.
he fIrst. (lose helps. The best medi
ne foi stubborn coughs, colds and
I throat and lung troubles. Mr. 0. 11.
r'own, Muscatine, Ala., writes: ".Jy
ire was sick during the hot sum
cr' months and I honestly believe
r. King's New Discovery savcd her
'e." G boo ! f-r1' childreni. oe and $1.00
iost- -Pig, one luontIl old, blaze face
114d white reet. If I .odli please t'olify
1(, and1 I will pay for teed, etc. I)ave
illtivanl. L'aurens, S. C.Uoute (6.
.ilare For Sale- Standard bred mare,
VP.' yea's ol1, weight 1,1100 pounds,
egsi'rationl papers ddlivered wlth
are. A pply to 1.. W. \l't in, at .\a'r
n's Stable. , .1(;--,t
Wan1i- -To buy f'or cliet, faini
id in lar e tralts in attrons cuitt
vState wrea:ge, location and prie.
raxler Real1 E'State C(). -Ifl--1
Wanted --To buy a rew .1 ersey
eie's. State age, weight and price.
ddre4'ss TI. I. IDal.igton,1 Lauri1ens, S.
Nollce --l'isli inj. huntiIg or tIres
assinhg of any kind forbidden oi tle
'ndl. of !h.%V lwi'; W. 1". " lartin,
.'. tlolcumi. A. .1. .\artiM, .Iis. .anc'
urry', L. .\. i iggins, .Mrs. 1P. 11. .Mar
S. 1). lartin. b'. 11ll. Mat liender
, .\ tllen Illobo, or ablide by conse
IIenices. 46;-It -pd
Ior' Sale -The'old sehool building
. Mloun tVille. antd about. 1 1-2 acres
r land. For fuI'rthei' in formation alp
lyv to loa rd of TI.] rust ess. 4-4-51
For lient-Full y ctip ped black
n Ith andb general r'ep ai' shop. or
'fuld hiIre r'igh t mani. S. N. ('risp,
Lountville, S. C.43t
F'or lient-One 8-room house two
ories high on Chestnut street. Water',
ghts and all modern conveniences.
pply to W. L. GIray, L4aus, S. C1.
Notice to maachilne-ry owners. 1 lave
>II imnachiIner'y repa Ii'ed by an expert
achti tiest. D)elays are dlangerous and
pensive. Prices moder'ate and work
taran teed. Cotton giins a spclalty.
ddr iess 10. 0. 1Ilentz, Clintoni, S. C.
L~ost-.--etween Owings & Owings
id Sexton Boarding house, small'
Idinlg tan leather murse containing
10 Tlen Dollar' lill andi~ four 0or flve
no D~ollar' bills. Als'io check en
rsed "J1. 10. Oglesby". Reward if
Sur'ned to Leverett Furniture Co.
For Sale-Choicest pea-vine hay,
irn and fodder, at prevailing prices.
rite or' apply to Watts Mlills Offiee.
We ?$n't Wish You
Any Ill Luck
t if you do have a runaway and, your
rriage gets smashed up remember
at we can do all kinds of carriage
pairing and can JAx up any damage.
ir customers will tell you we do
ch work promptly, thoroughly and
D. SEXTON & SON
LAURENS. S. C.
War Stylo Comed Back.
B3ille Bell of Jacks township woUt
to war when ho was a slip of a lad.
Ills mother had made a suit of jeans
for him, the coat of which had very
long tails. When he got to camp In
Virginia the other boys, who had be
come somewhat used to the "round
about" teached him a great deal about
hislong-talled coat,' till finally hc
silenced them by saying to them, "If
the girls had swung on to your coat
tails trying to keep you at home as
they did to' mine, yours would have
been long too." It Is a natural In
ference, and is here 'given simply as
a fashion item, that there will be
some long coattails at the close of
the political campaign.-Newberry
I'"S GREAT FOl BALY '
JOWI'ELS AND SroMwi
We want all pcople who ave chron
Ic stomach trouble or constipation.
no matter of how lon , tan(llng, to try
one( (lose of May 's onderful Stom
aeh Remedy-on oe wIll convince
you. This is tll liedicine so many of
'our local peop e have been taking
with surprising results. The most
thorough system cleanser we ever
sold. Mayr's Wondie'ful Stomach Rem
edy i6 now sold here by Laurens Dr-'ug
Local views of Laurens, 5 for re,
Ilayes 5 and 10c Store.
I hereby offer myself as a candidate
for the ofllce of county commissioner
of,Laurens county, subject to the rules
of the democratic party. J. 11. HITT.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the office of County Commis
sioner for Laur'cns County, subject to
the 'tiles of the Democratic primary,
D. A. MADIN.
House of Itepresentatives.
It. D. lloyd is hereby announced a
candidate for the 1101m of ltepresen
tatires flom Laurens Coutliy, subject
to the rules or the DeInoc ratId Pri
I hereby ano11011ce myself a candali
date for re-eleotion to the Ilouse of
itepreentatives subjoet to tb riu les of
the ilemocratIc Priialy.
IL. S. I ILAI1K WI'Ill.
I hereby announce myself a candl
(late for the house of represeniatives
froim Laurens county and r)1,om11ise tc
abide by the results of the Denocratl"
pimar~y. WV. 1t. IIllHIY, sit.
I hereby annouincei my candidaey foi
the lotse of Iteiresentalives, slb
jelt to the ruiles of thie Demoerlatic
D). L1. 100%11H.
I hieby anni1ounciev myself a Ca1ldi
date for rte-electiol to the ollice 01
Suiperivisor. of Laurelis countly, subject
to the rules of the Deiiocr'atie pri
I hereby ann11ou11nce myself a CIIIIdi
date for the ollice of su0per'visor' 01
Laurten00s County and plromise11 to abide
by file riles of tihe demorntic part y
Sullerinteldleit. of Eduication.
I hereby ann11ou1nce Myself a cn odi -
(late for' Coun11ty SuipeintenLOdenlt of J'd
ueatloll anld pr~omfise to a bido the ruler
of the D~emocratio primariy.
I hereby annouince my candida1cy' for
re-eiection to tile otilce of County Au
dlitot' of Laurens counity, subject to
the rulies of the appr1oachlIng IDemo
cr'atic pirimalry electioni.
J1. WAD)DY THIOMP'SON.
Priobte J udge.
W~e ar'e auIthoriz/ed to announce 0.
('i. Th'om pson as a candIdate for' re
electloln to the offIce of Pr'obate Juldge,
subject to the rules of tihe democratic
I hereby aliinnonmyseif a candi
(late for magistr'ate for Laur'ens town
sh1ip, subject to the rules of the dem
ocratic primfary. -
, R. P. rTRAYNIIAM.
I her'eby annouince myself a enndi
(late for magistrate for Laurens town
ship1, sublject to the rules of the demno
I herebCIy anlnouince myself a candi(l
date for tho cille of magistrate for
Laurens township, subject to the rules
of the D~emocratic primar'y.
T. M. Workman.
is somietlimes likely to include the
great lig D--- when a fellow gets it
too hot, or the insects "make it~ hot
for him." All who take In the e unl
try fo' tfleir vacations should be sup/
liled with antidotes for sun-l r a
and mosquito bites. We havea
goodly list of these antidotes, and
"first aids" to summer sufferers. By
tore you go away come in and get a
supply. You may want to take some
internal remedies with you also, and
all are here, at reasonable prices.'We
have the Palmetto Drug Co's. pre
ON THE' SQUARE
IF SKIN BREAKS
OUT AND ITCHES
Use it like a cold cream and dry Ee.
.ZeIa erupilons righti up.
'The Iimomient you apply bold-sulphur
to an Itching or broken out skin, the
Itching stops and healing begins, says
a renowned dermatologist.
This remarkable sulphur imade into
a thick cream effects such prompt re
lief, even in aggravated Eciema, that
it Is'a never-ending :sourcp of amaze
ment to physicians.
For many years bold-sulphur has oc
cupiled a secure position in the -treat
ment of cutaneous eruptions by rea
son of its cooling, parasite-destroy
liig properties and nothing has ever
been found to take its place in reliev
ing Irritable and inflaimaatory affec
tions of the skin. While not always
establishing a permanent cure, yet, in
every Instance, It immneiilately sub
dues the itching irrtntl n and heals
the 1Ezema right up id it is often
yeams later I efore a ' cruption again
manifests its If.
Any good p ar acist will supply an
ounce of bol - tlphur cream, which
should he appi ed to the affected parts
like the ordinary cold cream. It isn't
unplel\snt and the prompt relief af
forded is very welcome, particularly
when the lczema Is accomj.aieli with
New Roofing Material.
A new rooting material is steel coat.
ed with Iead.
A meet ing of all those citiIzens who
return Ieal or Personal Property i? the
school dis "ict of the town of Laurens,
S. C., Is hereby called to meet. in the
Court Ilouse, Wed nesday, .June 10th,
101-1. at, 10 o'c /dk. a. In., for the pur
pose of le -y g a tax for tihe maintain
anice of I iraded Schools for the ses
sion of l0' and 1015 in said district.
By order of Board or Trustoes.
0. it. SIMAMONS.
C. 11. loiI.it , Secretary.
Iuble a sens to takce ('hanle
03 onO--so g it iii tality woi l
by usin g 0111 solevices.
That Is a stmlard for
quallity--that mleanls thet best
of glasses-wen needed
the ,frmrect guaglig of the
eye4t u'blle anad per'fect flt
(et an examninatin now!
TFake notice that on thme 10th day or
Jnlxy, I wIll render a final account of
my acts and dol igs as Administrator
of the estate 'f .J. Y. Mathews, de
ceasedl. in the/ ofice of the .Judgo of
Probate of I ur'cns coutnty, at 1 1 o'
clock, a m.,A ndl on the same day will
ap~ply hf final dilscharge fr'om my
trust ac ministrator'.
Any per'sons Indebtpd to said estate
arc notifledl and requIred to make pay
ment on that (late; and all persons
having clatims against saidl estate will
prmesent thoem on or before said' date.
duily proven, or he forever barred.
Benton Ii. Mathews,
Jumne 6, 191.-l me.
LAURENS, S C.