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ASSEMBLED LAYMEN !'
HEAR MISSION CALLl,
CONSIDER EARLY .EVAXGEL1ZA- !s
TlO\ OF THE WORLD L
Columbia Meeting1 Starts oft Well.? t
Efficiency Stressed as Important (
Aloni* With Zeal. ,
Columbia, ;Feb. 18.?While the chief ' j
emphasis of the convention of the } l
Lutheran Laymen's Missionary move- :
ment is to be placed on 'doing." the .
- 1 + n.o in- ; ,
""being" ana spiritual mc vi , .
dividual is not to be laid aside, as was j j
brought out in the opening address of j the
Rev W. H. Greever, 1). D., of Col- j \
timbia, editor of The Lutneran Church !
Visitor, in the afternoon session yes- i <
terday. "The time has come for an ;.
advance in accomplishing our G-odgiven
work,'' said the Rev. J. A. More- .
head, D. D., of Salem, Ya.. president of
the United synod, in supplementing
Dr. Greever's remarks.
The coming of the new East and
the uniting of tlie East and West
through the merdium of America, as j
God's home for foreigners, were most I
forcibly presented in the complimentary
speeches of Dr. L. B. Wolf of
Baltimore and Dr. S. P. Long of
Mansfield, Ohio, at the night session.
Call of the Convention.
That it is the duty and responsibility
of the congregation, as the undiscovered
organization in the life of
the church, to obey God's word in
senrtinpr the eosDel to the ends of the
earth, was also brought out forcibly,
and was laid before the delegates
from Lutheran parishes as the call j
A that must be answered. There must ;
A be no placing aside of this co-opera- j
V tive mission work and there must be!
no procrastination, for even though |
the evangelization of the world may ;
not be accomplished in this genera-;
tion, at least an honorable record of
endeavor must be left to the generation
that will follow and continue the j
work that has accomplished so much
in the past 20 years.
The call of the convention t</ lay- !
men of all denominations is taat as
members of a congregation, the unit
of power and the last court of appeal
in the Lutheran church, they
must undertake the evangelization of
the world, if not personally at least
by representative. There was no '
middle ground permitted, because
God ordered that his gospel be
nxAonlSa/l in oil #-?r\rnprc r?f tV) A \Vf)rl<1_
j^i cavu^u iu an VVA w v- v*-v ,
\ Programme Intensive.
Dr. Greever in his address, "The
Spiritual Life?Its Source," said:
"Spirituality is not Christ's likeness, !
for that is the manifestation of spiritual
life, but it is the union with
Christ, who wants to abide with us
and bring forth fruit in abundance.
I make an appeal to all to pray earnestly
that all barriers of selfishness
and pride toe taken away, and that
the spirit of God fill our hearts. God
will give us inspiration and strength
and all that we need."
Dr. Mxx>reBead's Greeting.
Dr. Moor'ehead delivered "A Greeting
to the Laymen of the United
Synod, and a Call to Advance," in
which he complimented the assembled
laymen on the great work that
has already been acomplished and
which for that very reason permitted
* relieves rheumatism quickly. It
stantly relieves stiffness and s
Don't rub ? it penetrates.
I Rheumatism Ne
"I am a travelling man and about one yez
could not walk. A friend recommended Sl<
used it my knee was all O.K. and it has n>
your Liniment in the house and carry it wit
West Philadelph ia. Pa.
| Stiffness Vanalted
"I suffered with an awful stiffness in
W my legs. That night I gave my legs a good
rubbing with Sloan'a Liniment and believe
me, next morning I could jump out of bed.
I have been supplied with a bottle ever
since."?ifr A. Moore of Manchester, N. H.
SprzLaed Ankle Relieved
r| i was m ior a long utcc wiiuasoncij
sprained ankle. 1 got a bottle of Sloan's
Liniment and now I am able to be about
and can walk a great deal. I write this
because I think you deserve a lot of credit
for putting such a fine Liniment on the
market and I shall alway3 take time to J
recommend Dr. Sloan's Liniment."?^"*
Charles Route of Baltimore, McL
Sloan's Liniment gives a grateful
sensation of comfort. Good for
sprains, neuralgia, sore throat and
toothache. Use it now.
At all Dealers, 25c., 50c. and $1.00
Send for Sloan's free book on horses.
L Address ?
EARL S. SLOAN, Inc.
)0 excuse for delay in the futuer. !<*1
Significance of Movement. j
George 15. Cromer. LL. 1).. of New- |
>erry then traced the history and i
'Significance of the Laymen Mission- j
iry Movement.'" Inasmuch as the
novement was bon: in a prayer ineetng
in New York. Dr. Cromer said
hat behind it there has been the j "(!
lynamic force of prayer, and that the!^
novement is spiritual, both in its j
>rigin and motive. He brought out i
:hat it is a movement of laymen, }
iniversally include, and that while
nany have heard the call few have
mswered. He urged that everyone do j
something, for it is a big task, and if I
t is necessary to fail, fail honestly, I
ind leave for those who come after 1
:o reap the benefits.
"1 had rather," he said, "have a j
small movement that is moving than ;
i big, sluggisli ooay. ne exuuneu i
rlie followers of Luther to unearth
their heritage and talents which have e\
always been a source of pride, and ?c
for all to give to the gospel that ^
had been ordered to be spread ' sa
throughout the world. ; m
The Layman's Place. !
The Rev. F. A. Kahler, I). D., of j
Buffalo, spoke eloquently 011 V . ci
Laymen's Place and Opportunity in IT
the Advance of the Kingdom." Dr. j"*
Kahler stressed the spirit of Jesus'L.
saying, "Seek ye first the kingdom! hi
of God and His Righeousness and ail! Cc
these things shall be added unto you,'' j
for, he said, "it was out of the king- ! ^.J
donis of the world that they crucified g(
Charles A. Rowland of Athens, Ga., | _
Chairman of the executive committee ; ti
of the Laymen's Missionary movement p<
of the Southern Presbyterian church, kj
was unavoidably detained on import- 0j
ant busines and could not attend the ' al
convention. Mr. Rowland was to de- i
liver an address on "How a Business j
Man May Make His Life Count in
Solving the Misicnarv Problem." Si
T nvi>loinintr fh a ritlo nf hi*S ad
ill CAjJiMiiiiiijj tav, uuv *. ? v.
dress the Rev. George J. Gongaware
of Charleston said that the "Undiscovered
Missionary Organization*' was
the congregation, as made up of indi- Ie
viduals, who have a defienite duty to S(
perform in sending the gospel of
Christ to all of the world. The dy- R
namic force of missionary work must ir
come from the congregation in its w
corporate- capacity, he explained, for ^
tlie congregation is the unit of power, n
and in the Lutheran church is rightly a
the last court of appeal. ^
East and West. fc
The night session was featured by a p:
discussion of the East and West, the ^
latter being America and the former *l
'1 - - -? - * 1 (imL. X" t.>1 tl
me resi 01 me worm, me ?\ew i ?
was ably pictured by Dr. L. B. Wolf a
cf Baltimore, general secretary of w
tlie board of foreign missions of the tc
general synod of the Lutheran church ol
in America, and an explanation of u
"The American Problem," by Dr. S. ^
P. Ivong of Mansfield, Ohio, was most | *
clearly brought to light. j ai
That a nou- n'ocatitQfinn /if fho : S(
X ua L Cl A1V n y* V,0ViUUblVU V*. fcuv )
brotherhood of man, the melting of ec
the East and West into one great ^
kingdom, that America w^s preserved
by God to serve the purpose of uniting w
the world, was placed before the assembled
militant Lutheran laymen
can not be doubted. The laymen were
summoned to answer the double call
of making the world one by evangeli- j
zation and Christianizing all the na
tions of the world, by reason of their ca
being Americans and Christians en-'.
stimulates the circulation ? inoreness
of muscles and joints. Pl
er Returned gj_
ir ago I was laid u~ with rheumatism and
jan's Liniment and the morning after I , be
ever bothered me since. I always .keep
;h me on the road."?-Mr. Thomas S. Harter,
%f * ? ? ipe
JETS-IT" For Corns On f
fit I'utteriner With Corns. Cse This
Sure, Xew-I'lan Corn Cure.
A few drops of "GETS-IT,'" the bigst
stller in the world today of a O"
rn remedy, is enough U' spell posi- j
re dooin ^ the :u>r(^ ^^^1 ^
These little toes These little toes
had "GETS-IT" fad none.
er cemented itself to a toe. It's
)od~bye Johnnie. You apply "GETS- 1
?" in two seconds?no fussing with
asters that don't stay put, with
lives that make corns "pull'' and
ake the toe beefy and raw, with
lives, scrissors, razors and diggers
at make corns grow faster and that,
ay cause blood poison from coroltting
and corn-bleeding. "GETS- j
r" shrivels up corns, they come,
gill on.(. i iiai s me ue? puuui/ic. i
's just common sense. No more corn- i
lins. "'GETS-IT'' is safe, and never j
jrts the flesh. Get rid of corns and
"GETS-IT"' is o!d at 25c a bcttle by
.1 druggists, or sent direct if you
ish, from E. Lawrence & Co., Chica).
"GETS-IT*' is old in Newberry by i
r. G. Mayes and P. E. Way.
usted with the message of the gos-J
3l. "And the world is more than i
in," may well be taken as the gist
: the message that were presnted j
: this sesion.
KILLED BY AUTO.
lephen Liudler Loses His Life When
Auto Turns Turtle >"ear Gilbert. jj
r ? 17 r
.ueAHignjjj, reu. xi.?'olcjjucij. uiuu- |
r, a young man of the Hollow Creek,
action of this county, was instantly
tiled when an automobile driven by
oss A. Barre, with whom he was rid-.
ig, turned turtle in the public high- j
ay a mile and a half north of Gil- j
srt between 11 and 12 o'clock last j
ight. Ross A. Barre escaped with
nrnhohlo r>f a rill Qr?f1 Q I
jja vyuwiv uvvui v v/a. u * * v uaau vv i
:w/ other minor bruises. The car?a
>ur-passenger machine?was comletely
wrecked. Mr. Barre and young
indler were en route home from Colmbia,
where Mr. Barre purchased,
le machine. The car was going at a
!gh rate of speed, down grade, when
ithout a second's warning it began
> skid, according to the statement
[ the driver, and in ail instant it had
lrned a double somersault, pinning
'.v. Lindler beneath the left front
heel and throwing Mr. Barre in the
ir. Mr. Barre was rendered uncon:ious
by the fall, but when he regain1
'his senses he went to a nearby resence
for a light. In company with
achari Taylor he went back to
here the wreck occurred only to
ad his companion pinned beneath
le machine, life extinct. The force
f the machine crushed the right
lest of young Lindler and he was
"It was all done so quick that I .
in t tell how it happened, said Mr.
a.rre today. "I lost control of the
achine when it began to skid, and
an instant the car was wrecked."
W. C. Weed, coroner of Lexington j
unty, held an inquest over the re
ains of young Lindler this morning,
e verdict of the jury being that the
>ceased came to his death by an au- 1
mobile accident, the car being
iven by R. A. Barre.
Mr. Lindler was about 23 years of ]
and one of the most popular '
>ung men of the Hollow Creek sec- (
)n of the county. He was the son of '
-of. S. S. Lindler, one of the best 1
lown men in this section of the (
ate. Stephen Lindler was a former 1
udent of Clemson college and num- (
red liis frieiids by the score.
His remains will be buried at Mt. 11
easant Lutheran church, in the up- !
t section of the county, at 11 o'clock ' (
morrow morning. 1
This is the first serious automobile '
cident in the history of Lexington <
unty, and it has been the subject of t
uch discussion on every side today, t
Mr. Barre has been for a number of ?
ars a rural mail carrier going out <
:>m Gilbert. He has been driving a 1
r for several years, , -it he had just t
rchased the touring car which he c
is driving iasi nignt in L/OiumDiaji
sterday. He has been accustomed to r
iving a roadster. He is deeply af3ted
by the tragedy. ^
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| TO THE PUBLIC.
The board of health of the city, at
i a meeting on last Tuesday decided
that small pox that has been prevailing
in this community for some tiaie
is now on the decrease and while vaccination
is not compulsory, they would
advise every one who ha? not been
vaccinated in the last year or two, to
do so at once, as it is a sure preventive
of tfais disease. But if any citizen
refuses to be vaccinated and
should contract this loathsome disease
they will have no one > to blame but
S. S. Cunningham,
Seer tary of Board.
Assessment of Real and Personal
Property for Fiscal Year 1914. I, or
! an authorized agent will be at the following
places named below for the
purpose of taking returns of both real
estate and personal property for Fiscal
j Newberry January, 1st to 13th, inclu_
sive and on every Saturday.
Longsbores?Monday, February 2nd.
Silver Street?Tuesday, * February
Newberry Cotton mill?Thursday,
Oakland Cotton mill?/Friday, February
Mollohon Cotton mill?Monday, February
1 And in the Auditor's Office in tke
t Court House Friday, February 20th,
t after which date a penalty of 50 per
cent will be added against all persons,
firms or corporations failing to make
'their returns as required by law. I
j would dislike very much to have t?
I add this penalty but I am required
by law to do so. The law requires a
; cax on all notes, mortgages and mon
j eys, also an income tax on gross injj
comes in excess of $2,500.
There shall be a capitation tax of
fifty cents on all dogs, the proceeds
to be expended for school purposes.
Dogs not returned for taxation shall
not be held as property in any of the
courts of this State.
All male persons from 21 to 60
years, except Cenfederate soldiers, or
those persons incapable of earning a
support by. being maimed or from any
other cause, are liable to pay a poll
tax of one dollar.
Real Estate is to be assessed this
year. Each tract or lot of land must
be assessed separately. Also state
to assessor whether you hare bought
or sold any real estate since last return.
The law requires that all property,
both real and personal, be as??~j
Jtc fmo ralna 4n wnnAT 11
BCQSCU <3.1. ito UU? IIUUVl >u ,
wiich is construed to mean, "The sum
of money lor which said property, under
ordinary circumstances, would
sell for cash."
Please don't ask that your property ,
be taken from the tas duplicate the
same as last year. The law requires
that all property must listed o*
regular tax return blanks ^nd properly
signed and sworn to by person making
return. Please be sure to hare
year returns in, on or before the 3$th
of February, 1914.
Eugene S. Werts,
Dec. IS, 1913.