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J5* "*""J^ Fire, Life,
Accident and Sickness Insurance
j. Y. Oaulinoton & Co.
LAURENS, S. O.. WEDNESDAY. FEB. 4. 1903
That is what we call the
It has often kept a person alive until a
physician coukl be summoned. Ev
ery family should have one. A
Hot-water Bag costs little,
Ours holds water with
DODSON'S DIUTG STORK,
Under Run-I)olla Hotol.
. GRAND JURY
Attention is Called to Rail
KOT FIRST TIME.
Houses at tho County liomo sfce Badly
in Need oi* Repair-Court House
Tho following is tho prost ntment of
tho tti'aml ju y to Judge Aldrlch last
To His Honor, James Aldrich, presid
ing Judge at tho January term of
Court of General Sessions, for the
Tho Grand Jury beg to submit the
following as their llnal presentment for
1st. Wo have passed on all Bills
handed us by the Solicitor.
2nd. Wo desire again t> call atten
tion of the Court to tho fujti that our
i repeated recommendations as to the
- railroad crossings on East Main and
South Harper Streets, have been so
far, as wo are informed, ignored by the
railroad companies, although they have
been served with an order to show
cause before this Court, why said rail
road crossings have not been attended
to, also to our recommendations to rail
road crossings throughout the county,
so as to render said crossings more
convenient for tho passage of vehicles
and wo earnostly urgo that those mat
ters be attonded to at onco.
3rd. Owing.to tho fact that the time
for holding Court has been changed
and conies off a month earlier than us
ual, tho Committee appointed to audit
the Magistrates' Books asked that they
bo given until the next term of the
Court to make thoir report.
4th. VVo again rocommend that water
works be put in the Court House for
tho convenience of the Ckuirt, and that
ono spigot and waste pipe bo put on
tho lirst tloor for the convenience of the
'i county officers.
6th. Wo recommend that the stoves
now in tho Court Room be sold and
larger and better ones be procured, so
that they will render the room more
0th. Our Committee has visited the
County Home and find that tho houses
ate badly in need of repair, especially
covering; otherwise everything is
alright and nicely kept.
In conclusion we desire to thank
your Honor, the Solicitor and other of
ficers of the Court for various courte
sies shown us during this session.
W. A. Anderson,
TO THE CITIZENS OF LAURENS:
To the Citizens and especially the Vot
ers of the City of Laurens:
I have vory recently been Induced to
chango my mind In reference to be
coming a candidate for Mayor at the
coming munioipal eleotion, and I here
by announce myself a candidate for the
the office of Mayor of the City of Lau
rens for the next ensuing term and if
eleoted I will discharge the duties of
said office to the very best of my abil
W. Jt. Richisr,
Dr. T. B. Todd is nominated for re
election as Warden from Ward 6.
J. C. Owings is nominated for War
den from Ward 5.
ML Bethel News.
You make me say in my last that
Mrs. E. G. Mitchell camo forward with
another mammoth turnip. You should
have said cabbage weighing 24 pounds,
and 10 pounds after trimming for mar
The Rev. James A. Hughes, Jr., la
all smiles at this time. It la a fourteen
Tho young poople of this community
arc enjoying themselves by having
crokinole and illnch parties.
No news of interest or importance in
the community, so I will cIobo with
best wishes. Aoricola.
ONE CENT A WORD"
All persons are notified not to hunt,
fish, rideover or tresspass upon my
lands in any way whatsoever. Mrs.
/an> C, Clarke. 2t
Fob Sams?I have bwef-AattJe for sale.
Later will have milch cows.
F. M, QvntziAtR,
Whltmire, S. 0,
For Sale?Two milch cows wlthj
young calves. Ja?. I. Young,
Whttmlres. S. 0.
Wanted?A few shares of Laurens
Cotton Mill stock. Will pay $166.00.
per share. Address
P. O. Box 167
Rpartanburg, S. C.
M. L. Copeland,
Stocks, Montis, Real Estate,
LAURENS, - - - S. C.
Third Door Todd's Law Range:
Half a cent buys enough
Sheh win- Williams Paint
for Two Coats on on*
foot of surface*
AMUNO OUR FRIENDS, g
Miss Jessie Hix is now employed at
tho pot* office.
Miss Nutull of North Oarollou is vis
iting her sister, Mrs. W, W. Graham.
W. P. Garrett went to Spsrtanburg
on business last Thursday.
Mrs. Samuel M. Wilkcs has been vis
iting in Greenwood.
Mr. H. G. Wolborn of tho Darlington
Cotton Mill* is In the olty.
Mr. Sam M. Wilkrs is In the North
buj log goods for S. M. & E. H. Wllkee.
Mr. J. C. Smith of Clinton was In
ihe c'ty last week.
Mies Mary Ferguson Is visiting the
Misses Singleton In Acton, Riohland
Misses Birdie and Cam'lle Vance of
Louisiana are visiting Miss Claudia
Rev. W. S. Holmes has gone to Wal
'halla to attend the Greenville Convoca
tion of the Episcopal Churoh.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Langston went to
Columbia last week, Mr. Langs ton re
Miss Rosalie S'owart, of Charleston ,
is visltlug Mrs. Alice Greer, in Sulli van
We are requested lo announce that
Col. J. D. M. Shaw's postofftoo address
Is R. F. D. No. L Mountville, S. C.
Mr. John Bramlett left yesterday for
Abbeville, where he has accepted a
position In the furniture factory a'
Mr. L-w Anderson of the Atlanta
B ble and Missionary Institute is visit
ing bin parents, Mr. and Mrs. J . Wade
Anderson on East Main street.
Miss Jennie 8ulllvan came down
from Converse College to visit her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Sullivan last
The general assembly held no day
session Monday and the Lauruns dele
gation came up Saturday and remained
until Monday,. returning to Columbia
in time for the night session.
Teachers Institute Met.
The County Teachers Institute met
here last Saturday. The meeting was
well attended and the proceedings
Will Become a Law.
Representative Cooper's bill to re
indez the records In the Clerk's office
has passed both houses and will booomo
a law on receiving the signature of the
Oood Selection Made.
Governor Heyward has appointed
Mr. John F. Bolt a delegate to the Na
tional Good Roads Convention, which
meets during the latter part of this
month in Detroit, Mich.
Alliance to Meet.
Centerviile Alliance will hold Its
regular meeting at 2 o'olook P. M.
Saturday. Major G. W. Culbertson is
president of this Alliance. The farm
ers of the neighborhood are Invited to
attend and joio, uniting with their
brother farmers to make the organiza
tion a success.
MR. HUDSON PREACHED.
Sermon by * Missionary on Subject of
Last Sunday, morning and evening,
Rev. Waddy Hudson preaohed inter
esting sermonson Missions at the Pres
byterian Churoh. Mr. Hudson was ac
companied by his wlfe: who conduoted
a service in the afternoon. Mr. Hud
son is a native of Greenville and both
he aud his wife are engaged in mis
sionary work of the Presbyterian
Churoh in China* Mrs. Hudson is sup
ported in her work by the First Pres
byterian Church of Laurens.
HELD ITS FIRST MEETINO.
The Friday Afternoon Mnsicale and
the Charming Program.
The Friday Afternoon Mnsloale met
at the home of Mrs. W. E. Lucas last
Week. The musician especially studied
for the afternoon was Chopin. Mrs.
Lucas, Misses Caro Adams and Johc
phine Mlnter played compositions of
Chopin and Mrs. Aleo Long road at
instructive paper on the* work of the
great Polish master. Mr. John Hioks
rendered * so}o and Misses Jfuglies,
HArris and Powell sung in trio.
Tho ne?t meeting w.ll be on Friday
of next week at tho home of Miss Mln
ter. Miss Caro Adams will arrange
the program for the afternoon.
Last Friday's was the first meeting
of this new organization. It was highly
successful. The members aie taking
an enthusiastic Interest in this work
and the prpmlse Is that the society will
prpvo of Inestimable value in stlmu
lati ng an appreclajjpn of musical onl*
tore ir) Laurens,
Marble Shipment Received
Mr, J. C. Smith, the well-known
dealer in marble monuments and tomb
stones* has Just received a shipment
of three car-loads of marble.
Mr, Smith guarantees first-class
work, promptly done, at low price v
tulrlos and ?orr?-.pond
W. R. rtlCHEY
His Candidacy for Mayor
TWO IN THE FIELD.
Mayor Gray is a Candidate
The Contest Promises to bo an Inter
estlng One?Registration is in Pre
Ex-Mayor W. R. Rlchey, as will be
seen from the advertising column?, has
entered the race for mayor. Mayor 0.
E. Gray has already been announced
Registration for the election is now
in progress and interest in the contest
Is growing lively.
There are numerous aldermanic can
didates and good material will be pre
sented from whioh to select.
80 far no tssues have been brought
out In the campaign and the ohoice is
simply personal. However, some public
matters will come up for disoussion.
The Advertiser is for macadamized
Btreets. First It is for the improve
ment of the important streets leading
into the country which have not been
macadamized at all. After that, others
should be macadamized and improved.
Sewerage is not needed until good
streets are obtained.
We doubt whether there is any one
thing on earth that will a Herd the
housekeeper so mnch pleasure ?s a
Hour that will give her perfect satis
faction. That dour is "Clifton." Let
?us but once get a saok of "01 If ton"
Hour in yoar home and we invite you
to try other brands to your heart's
content. Suoh comparisons only bring
out the superiority and excellence of
'Clifton." For sale at M. H. Fowler's
and T. N. Barksdale's.
Marvelous prices will prevail through
out tho store this week.
Davis, Roper & Co.
-AN OLD FAVORITE
ROCK ME TO SLEEP, MOTHER
By Elizabeth Aken Allen
ELIZABETH AKER8 ALLEN was born at Strong-. Me., In 1832. and
now Uvea near Now York city. Among her writing* nro "Forest
Buds," "Tho Sliver Bridge und Other Poems," "The Proud Lady of
Slavoren," etc. Tho authorship of her most popular poem, "Uock
Me to 8I?ep, Mother," was formerly disputed, but it Is no longer
questioned that tho credit It) due to Mrs. Allan.
ACKWARD, turn backward, C) time In your flight,
Mako mo a child again just for tonight!
Mother, coiuo back from tho echole.ss shore,
Take me again to your heart as of yore;
Kiss from my forehead the furrows of care,
Smooth tho few silver threads out of my half;
Over my slumbers your loving, watch keep;
Rock me to sleep, mother?rock mo to sleep I
Backward, flow backward, O tido of the ycarsl ,v ? ' ''.
I am so weary of toil and of tears? ??%
Toll without recompense, tears all in vain? itj
Take them,, and give me my childhood again! *| ?
I have grown weary of dust and decay? r
Weary of flinging my soul-wealth away;
Weary of sowing for others to reap;
Rock me to sleep, mother?rock me to sloepl
Tired of the hollow, tho base, the untrue,
Mother, O mother, my heart calls for you I
Many a summer the grass has grown green,
Ulossomod and faded, our faces between: .
Yet, with strong yearning and passionate pain
Long I tonight for your presence again.
Come from the silence so long and so deop?
Rock me to sleep, mother?rock me to sleep!
Over my heart, in the days that arc flown
No love like mother-love ever has shone;
No other worship abides and endures?
Faithful, unselfish, and patient like yours:
None like a mother can charm away pain
From the sick soul nud world-weary brain.
Slumber's soft calms o'er my heavy lids creep?
Rock me to sleep, mother?rock me to sleep!
Come, let your brown hair, just lighted with gold.
Fall on your shoulders again as of old;
Let It drop over my forehead tonight,
Shading my faint eyes away from the light;
For with Its sunny-edged shadows onco more
Haply will throng the sweet visions of yore;
Lovingly, softly, its bright billows sweep; I^sY^NG!
Rock me to sleep, mother?rock me to sleep t
Mother, dear mother, the. years have been long
Since I last listened your hiliftby song:
Sing, then, and unto my soul it shhri seem
Womanhood's years have boon only a <ln\.:>i.
Clasped to your heart In a loving embrace,
With your light lashes Just sweeping my face,
Never hereafter to woke or to weop?
Rock me to sleep, mother?rock me to sleep!
FROZEN TO DEATH.
Sad Affair Reported from
FELL FROM If 18 HOUSE.
Body Found Not Far From
Mr. Llpford was About Sixty Years
Old?Coroner's Inquest Fouud
Mr. Edward LipforJ, a white nun
about CO years of ago, was found dead
near his home two miles below Water
loo last Monday afternoon.
Tho facts, as far as could be ascer
tained, are about as follows: Mr. Llp
ford, who Is unmarried, lived alone
with his brother. Tho latter was ab
sent from homo. Monday morning the
deceased left homo and on returning
that night and when ia about half a
mile of his house, it Is thought that he
fell from his mule and was frozen to
death. Whiskey w?o found on his per
Dr. Lindsay Fennel made a post
mortem exam!nation, and stated to tho
jury that in his opinion the man was
frozen to death. There were no marks
or bruises that wou'd point to foul
play. The jury roudered a verdict that
the deceased came to his death by mis
fortune or accident.
PENSION BOARD MET.
Business Transacted ? Twenty-Scv en
New Applications Approved?Sev
The County Board of Pensions met
Monday and Tuesday in tbo grand
jury room. All the members of the
board were present: Chairman W. P.
Coker, John M. Hudgens, S. W. Lowe,
Dr. J. J. Boozer and J. P. Caldwell.
Twenty-seven new applicants for pen
siona were approved. One was trans
ferred to Greenville, four transferred
from other counties to this, and eight
applications disapproved, three appli
cations to to raised disapproved and
' live raised to higher classes.
A GOOD RULE TO
It is a Qood Rule
to buy when you can buy cheaply, then
you will be ready when things are high
and won't have to pay the high prices.
Don't you buy anything and everything
just because it is cheap, but when a stands
ard article?one that everybody uses and
must use, is selling at a great reduction
you are cheating yourself if you don't
We riean Business.
We are here to stay?to sell goods, to sat
isfy our patrons by giving them as much
for a dollar as they can get. We are not
trying to make a bluff at selling goods, it
is our business. We want you to become
our patron, and by fair dealing we will
' keep your tptde:
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Large Stock of Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Hen's Clothing.
We have just bought a line stock of the above lrom The McCord Mdse. Co. who wish to close out its
holdings in this particular line, We got the lot cheap or wo wouldn't have bought it.
T*he goods are all new and thoroughly proper in every respect, nothing
old or shelf worn in the whole lot. Having bought the lot cheap
we intend to dispose of it immediately at prices that will
make it worth your while to come and look and take away.
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CLOTHINQ for and BOYS.
Th|s lot of goods includes a good line of clothing for men and boys. No need to go without plothes
now I The prices are cheap, but the clothing isn't cheap. Here is just an idea of wha.t there i8 j
#U.oo and ti.qo Men's sa.ck suit only,#7-49; #S\oo and 9-oq Ivfen's sa,oH sqit only 6.98 ; $6.00 and
7.00 Men's very nice suit now $4.98 j $5:QQ Men's sitit for rough. wear, strong well n>ade $3. 98 ; Men's $3.00
Trousers for q*ress wear, now only $1.99; Men's $1-53 Trousers for sqlid wear only $119 i Boys' $5.00 sack
suit only 3?7p/ Boys' K.nee Pants that cost |oc. now only 39 cts.,
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Make Friends With.
Lots of nice Shirts, the kind that 'don't ride
Jrpu t? death, biit are comfortable and good looking
00. Ever so many other articles in Men's Fur
nishings that will please because they are good and
at same time cheap.
$1.00 Shirts for 79 cents ; 75 cents Shirts for
59 cents ; 50 cents Shirts for 39 cents.
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Nice Footwear for All.
Do you care for your feet as you shoidd jl
Here is a chance to get good Shpes at less than
they cost in New York. <Thoy are good, stylish
and of the best makes. See the stock before it is
gone or broken by heavy buying.
We cannot attempt to quote prices on our
whole stock but come and see and you will know
why your neighbors tell you about Minter's selling
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50 cents Window Shades to close at 33 cents 5 73 cents \Vindow Shades to close at 39 cents ; Our table
Shoes worth ifii.oq to ftt 75 your ch,oipe only 75 cetfts per pair; One case' 50 heavy ribbed Undervest to close
at ag pep garment; Men's heavy Fleece Underwear to close at 33 cents per garment; Boy's heavy Fleece
Underwear to close at 19 cents per garment j Good 35 cents wool jeans to close at 18 cents per yard j Good
35 cents wool jeans to close at a<; cents per yard \ aq yards heavy sheeting for $1.00} 25 yards 8ea Island
$lpq j $it?g ^ omforts to close at 69 cents 1 $1.00 Comforts to close at 59 cents.
* Remember we can save you MONEY on whatever you want in our lines.
J. E. HINTER & BRO.
TUROUtiH SOUTH CAROLINA.
.!<>'. K(Hinan, a negro, will be banged
in Greenville on February 27 for the
murder of a white farmer, named Willi
R. F. Rush, the young Greenville
morchant who killed John T. Stevens,
a railroad conductor, was acquitted,
the jury not leaving their seats.
It is said that J. P. Scruggs, of
Groenvllle, will be appointed deputy
collector In place of J. D. Adams, who
was recently appointed United States
Marshall. The appointment is made by
the col lector of internal revenue. Mr.
Adams took charge of his office on
R. R. Broach, of Florence, was
killed by a falling troo on Saturday.
Four negro prisoners overpowejred
the jailor in 8umter on Wednesday
night and mado their escape.
The Wigington iron works at Pied
mont wero burned on Friday night.
Tho loss was $4,000; insuranoe, $1,000.
There are thirteen prisoners in the
Greenwood jail, the largest number
the county has had since its organiza
Mr3. Caroline Dim dropped dead In
the Baptist church at Langley on
Thursday night while attending a
A charter has boon asked for for the
tho trolley lino between Aikon and
Columbia?to connect at Alken with
tho lino to Augusta.
AU the citizens of Ohapin, male and
female, have 6igned a petition to the
Staty Board of Control to have the dis
pensary removed ''from their midst.
Deputy Clerk Cornelius J. Murphy,
of the United States District Court has
been appointed clerk to succeed J. E.
Hagood, who resigned on account of
Ex-Mayor Ohaso, of Haverhill, Mass.,
known as tho "shoemaker mayor,'
lectured in Columbia ono night last
week to the public on "Organized Cap
William King shot and killed Sam
uel Rogers and his son in Florence
county on Saturday afternoon during a
row. Tho parties are all white. The
row was about a dog.
MARRIED IN HONE A PATH.
.Nuptials or Mr. Thomas Finley and
Miss Ah'ce Scoff.
Honk a Path, Feb. 2.--One of the
prettiest weddings that it has been our
privilege to attend was at the residence
of Mr. William Scott, Wednesday af
tornoon, January 28th. The contract
ing parties wore Mr. Thomas Richard
son Finley of Honoa Path and Visa Al
ice Scott of Chandler, S. O. While a
few friends awaited in tho parlor just
at 2.30 o'clock the lovely brido name
leaning on the arm of tho handsome
groom and stood beneath a simple but
pretty arcli of smtlax and ferns,
throughout the oeremony which was
beautiful and impressive, the Rev. J. S.
Among those present were: Rev. and
Mr?. W. J. Langston, the latter sister
of tho groom, Dr. J. F. Shirley and
wife, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Sharp, Miss
Maggie Watt, Mr. Frank Hudgens and
Miss A iiilie Shirley, all of Ilonea Path,
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Woodslde, Dr. Y.
M. Hitch and wife and Miss Maud
Immediately after the ceremony the
bridal party drove to Honea Path,
whore a reception was given them at
tho homo of Mrs. Ella Hudgens.
The bride and groom were reoipients
of many handsome presents. The groom
is one of Honea Path's most noble and
en'orprislng men. He has a splendid
homo awaiting bis bride on North
Main Street, Honea Path.
Tho brldo is a daughter of Mr. Wil
liam Scott and comes of a noted family
of Scotland and America. We predict
for thorn a bright and prosperous* fu
ture. _ _
For Sale and Rent.
Fort Sale?Small quantity National
For, RiuN'i*?ft-room cottage, corner
Catherine and Beaufort Streets, noar
?-room houss neir pahllo square.
One 5-room house, choap, on Acad
For Sale In Clinton, S. C?Two nice
building lots about Ono Acre each.
Three vacant store lots in good looation.
Apply to M. L. Copeland, Laurens, 8.C.
WANTED?Small quantity of En
terprise Bank S.tov'vk. Address M. L.
Copeland, Lauren b, S. C.
M. L. COPELAND,
Real Estate Agent.
Bears the "> Kind You Haw Always Bou^t
High Class Fertilizer.
The intelligent farmer is careful to
know what ho is buying when he gets
hU Fertilizer supply.
I am offering Royster's Guanos and
It is a well known faot that Mr. Roy
ster uses Fish Scrap entirely for am
moniated goods, He uses no cotton
seed meal. These goods have been
usod for several years in I,aureus
County and have given universal satis
faction. Royster's acids are Second to
I am also handling the celebrated
Ober <fc}8ons Oo.'s. guanos which are too
well known to Laurons farmers to need
These goods a man can conscien
tiously commend, a* being all that Is
claimed tof there.
I shall bo glad to have your orders
I W. 0. IRBY.
NEGRO KILLED IN
Perry Cooper, Colored
Charged With Crime.
ACCUSED IN JAIL.
Killed Henderson Garrelt,
Details Have Not Beeu Learned Here
?Ono Ycrsion or It?Perhaps
Perry Cooper, a negro, was brought
to jail Monday on a warrant Issued by
Magistrate Riddle of Youngs charging
him with killing Henderson Oarrett,
No particulars are known here of the
killing. Ono story is that the said
Cooper went to Garrett's house and
merely slew him, using a gun of some
kind, without any preliminary red tape
or elaborate Introduction. However,
there is probably another side to the
affair and judgment should not be made
i IN THE CHURCHES.
First Methodist Episcopal Church,
South, Rev. Watson B.Duncan, A. M.,
pastor. Preaching at 11 o'oclck a. m.
and at 7.30 p. m. Prayer meeting on
Thureday at 7.30 p. m.
Sunday School, Hon. 0. C. Feather
stone, Superintendent, at 10 o'clock at
Woman's Missionary Society, Mrs. S.
D. Garllngton, President, meets on
Tuesday after First Sunday, at 4.30
o'clock p. m.
Ladies' Aid Society, Mrs. J. F. Bolt,
President, meets on Tuesday, after
Third Sunday at 4.80 o'clock p. m.
Church Conference every Third Sun
day after the morning service
First Presbyterian Church, Rev.
Robt. Adams, Pastor, services at 11 a.
m. and 8:15 p. in., each Sabbath. All
Sunday School, C. W. Tune, Super
intendent, Siiioday ^Jorni?^' si-19 a* 2D. ?
. Todd Memorial Presbyterian Church,
East End,-Pastor. Preach
ing in-Factory Hall every
Appointments for North Laurens
Trinty, First Sunday, at 11 o'clock,
Trinity, Third Sunday, at 3:30
o'clock, p. m.
Shiloh, First Sunday, at 8:80 o'clock,
Shiloh, Third Sunday, at 11 o'clock
Dials, Second Sunday, at 11 Qvclock,
Dials, Fourth Sunday, at 3:30 o'clock,
Graycourt, 3d Sunday at 3.30 o'clock,
Graycourt, 4th Sunday at 11 o'clock
Sunday Schools at each appointmont
one hour before preaching.
Prayer meeting Thursday nights at
Graycourt, at 8 o'clock. All are alike
invited to attend those services, for it
is here, as it is in Heaven, "the rich
and the poor moot together."
J. K. McCato,
Dorroh Presbyterian church, Gray
Court, S. C, T. B. Craig, pastor.
Preaehlng on 1st Sunday at 11 a. m.
3rd Sunday 4 p. m.
Sabbath School on 1st and 2nd Sun
days at 10 a in., and on 3rd and 4th
Sundays at 3 p. m.
J. T. Peden, Supt.
Warrior Creek Baptist Church, Rev.
O. L. Jones, supply. Service every 4th
Sunday at 11 o'clock and Saturday be
Mt. Bethel, Second Sunday at 11
o'clock, a. m. .
Mt. Bethel, Fourth Sunday at 3:30
o'clock, p. m,
S. W. Henry, Pastor.
Cedar Crovc Baptist Church, Rev. R.
B. Vaughn, Pastor?Service on the 1st
Sunday of each month at 11 o 'clock a.
in. and on Saturday before at 2 o'clock
p. m. |l
Appointments ?oit 1003.
L?ngsten'* Church, Saturday before
1st Sunday, servioss at 3 p. m. 1st Sun
day 11 a. m. Sunday School at 10 a. m.
Lanford Church, Saturday before 2nd
Sunday, services at 8 p. m. 2nd Sunday,
11 a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m. Prayer
mooting Sunday night.
Bell View Church, 4th Sunday 11a.
m and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School every
Sunday at 10 a. m. Prayer meeting
every Sunday night.
Padgett's Creek Baptist Church, Sat
urday before 3rd Sunday, services at 3
p. m. 3rd Sunday, 11 a. m. Sunday
School 10 a. m. Prayer meeting every
Sunday night at Cross Keys.
The public and strangers are cer
diaily invited to attend all the above
E. O. Watson*