Newspaper Page Text
We heartily invite our friends to call any day during the
above mentioned week and we will demonstrate the
superioi qualities of the
New Majestic Malleable
Charcoal Iron Ranges
The MAJESTIC MALLEABLE and stool range as formerly turned
out by the Majestic people has been considered throughout the entire coun
try* par-excellence, and far ahead of any othet range made. But with the
NEW CHARCOAL IRON BODY in place of Steel, making it double its
value, and the fact that it is the only range in existence made of Malleable
and Charcoal Iron, you can readily see that if quality is considered, the Ma
jestic loads by a big margin. WE WANT YOU TO CALL at our store
during this week, and let us explain this now feature?CHARCOAL IRON
BODIES; let us explain why it is the best material for range 1 ?odios, and in
cidentally, why it is not used on other ranges. We want you to call if you
intend to buy or not, as the information gained will serve you in the future.
lil&U 15 gallons ot water Jvf
? houlod to tho point ot ||
*. boiling, while brcaklast IJ
V* lc rnnlilnn !? I,,.,, u,al_ ill!
Whore prossuro water is used f M
this malleable iron pin-cxtonsion
water front, which has moro
heating surface than any
is cooking. When water
gots too hot res*ervoir I1'] ??:-? ?"?"?? ???n any
can bo moved away ?I1! other, supplies abundance ^sm^xr^/] %
from fire by shilling M ot hot water to V.j_L Iftfl
the leaver shown. M *H Paris ot tho houso Ittakostho T& [\t
. Jjl placo ol reservoir. |j!
Hot Coffee and Biscuits
Come any day during this week and have buttered hot biscuits and
hot coffee. Biscuits baked on a Majestic in three minutes while you wait.
Handsome Set of Ware==FREE
With every range sold during this Demonstration we will ^ivo abso
lutely FREE one set of Majestic ware worth evc.iy cent of $7.50. This ware
will be on exhibition at our store. Everything useful, ornamental and dur
able. Come in and see it, and you will agree with us that it cannot be
bought for a cent loss than #7.50, and it is cheap at that.
Come in any day, your are welcome
whether you intend to buy or not.
S. S. CONVKXTION.
It Will Be Held This Year With Bethany
Church, August Second and
FIRST DAY?AUGUST 2ND.
10.00: Devotional exercises hy Rev.
J. F. Jacobs.
10.20: Address of welcome by J. P.
10.30: Response by President C. A.
10.'15: Roll call and appointment of
11.15: Address by Rev. W. A.
Assignment of delegates to homes.
M rBRNOON?FIRST DAY.
3 00: Devotional exercises by A. E.
3.30: Verbal report from Sunday
4.00: Children's service by Frank
4.30: Address by Rev. E. C. Watson.
8.30 p. m. Sermon by Rev. M. W.
9.30: Devotional exercises by C. A.
9.50: The Sunday School as an evan
gelistic agency, hy Rev. Robt. Adams,
10.15: The Sunday School as an in
stitution for Bible study by Rev. B. H.
10.40: The Sunday School as a train
ing school for Church, C. B. Bobo.
11.20: Address by Rev. .1. F. Jacobs.
AFTF.RNOON ? SF.COND DAY.
2.00: Devotional exercises by W. C.
2.15: The collection of the Sunday
School, -I. P. Saxon, W. F. Wright.
Report of State Sunday School Con
vention at Pelzer, by delegates.
Report from committee on Sunday
Election of delegates :o State Con
Election of officers. Adjournment.
Each school in the county is earn
estly requested to elect delegates in
time. Each school is entitled to two
dologatos in addition to its Superin
tendent, who is cx-oflicio a member of
the Convention. Let the delegates be
on hand at 10 o'clock sharp - railroad
"time. All ministers are cordially in
We are anxious to have a full repre
sentation of the schools. Please elect
delegates who will go.
C. A. POWER,
President E. C. I. S. S. Convention,
J. I'. Saxon, Secretary.
N. B. Truth, St. Paul, Juno 31, '08.
I've lived so long, I remember well
when the Mississippi was a brook. My
My good health and long life came by
taking Holli.w's Mountain Tea. 35
cents. Ask your Druggist.
Ol I I LR8 AND KIDNEYS.
The Union of the Fourth Division of
the Laurens Baptist Association will
meet with the Mountville Baptiat
Church, Friday morning, .July 27th,
11.00: Introductory Sermon by Rev.
J. A. Martin, or Rev. W. P. Turner.
12.00. Organization. Intermission.
2.00: Parable of the Unjust Stew
ard Luke 16:l-3-W. P. Turner. M. L.
Summerei, Ci. W. Prollitt, Wade Pin
3.00: Some hindrances to Church and
spiritual progress. W. C. Wharton,
Jas. B. Benjamin, W. P. Brown, J. L.
8.30: Children's Work. Exercises by
the local band. Address by ('. B. Bobo.
9.30: Prayer and song service by the
10.00: Leaving the First Principles,
Heb 6:l-6.-Dr. J. 0. Martin, W. P.
Turner, J. A. Smith, W. ('. Wharton.
11.00: How does the Church of today
compare with the Seven Ancient
Churches of Asia? Kcv. 2nd and 3rd
Chapters. ?J. A. Martin, J. B. Parrott,
J. H. Wharton, J. L. Boyd.
2.00: Relation of Forgiveness to
Christian prayer and service, Mark 11
2f>, Eph. 4.112, and other scripture.
Dr. J. O. Martin, W. E. Griffin, W. P.
Brown, M. L. Nelson.
3.00: The need of a general religious
revival, and how best to secure it. W.
B. Fuller, Jas. B. Benjamin, J. A.
Martin, M. L. Summerei.
10.00: State Missions. ? Dr. T. M.
11.00: Missionary Sermon, by Dr. J.
O. Martin, or Rev. J. A. Martin.
Pull delegations will please be on
hand promptly at 11 o'clock Friday
W. P. CULBERTSON,
The French Supreme Court has an
nulled the entire proceedings in the fa
mous Dreyfus trial and declared his in
nocence of all the charges once brought
against him. He is restored to the
rank of Brigadier General in the army.
Captain Dreyfus received the news in
admirable spirit, saying that he was
thankful to all who assisted in the
maintainance of the truth and had
nothing to say in regard to his ac
A little love, a little wealth.
A little home for you and me;
It's all I ask except good health,
Which comes with Rocky Mountain Tea.
Ask your Druggist.
Ervin Crane, a lad of about eighteen,
wjis run over and killed by a train at
Walhalla lnst Thursday. lie v ;
Georgian and in Walhalla on business.
Fourth of July Picnic.
On the glorious Fourth some fifty or
sixty men, women and children, com
posed of the families of Win. Fowler,
Evans McDaniei, Wm. Mundy, Hen
Cunningham, Lonzy Culbertson, O. G.
Thompson, Wade Williams, W. II. Pin
son, (). C. Cunningham, Oscar El more,
and .lohn M. Thompson had an old time
picnic at the home of that sturdy old
veteran and all around good citizen,
John I'. Williams.
There are more fine oaks around tins
place than any other place I know of.
Under these grand old giants (remind
ers of former days of which I've heard
heard old people talk) we had a splen
did day. Wm. Mundy and Oscar Blmore
gave us a little sprinkling of "Nellie
Gray," "The Arkansas Traveller," and
many other pieces that you can nevi r
rob of their enchantment.
Tables for the occasion were spread
about the noon hour, and we had plenty
of everything good to eat. The good
ladies had brought so large a supply of
eatables, that before breaking up late
in the afternoon we had lunch and still
some baskets might have been filled
with that which was left. We didn't
need lemonade, we had the coldest well
water that I have drank in many a day,
from a deep well with something like
seventeen feet of water.
The young folks had an old-fashioned
game of marbles. Lonzy Culbertson
took a hand in this game, and the fact
is if there was one there who enjoyed
the day just a little better than any
body else it was him.
In the afternoon we had vocal and
instrumental music, in which old and
young took a hand.
Being called upon for a speech, Judge
O. G. Thompson made a brief talk, and
in appropriate terms emphasized the
importance of a reaction or revolution
that will turn the tide of population
from towns and cities and congested
centras back to the rural districts. He
recalled the good old days of which our
grandfathers and grandmothers have
told us, when there were no cities nor
towns, and when there was more ming
ling and elbow touch among country
people, and said that as wo prize the
heritage left us by our forefathers and
hope to perpetuate the institution of a
country that has today the best form of
government ever derived by man, our
people must go to work to make rural
life more attractive by better schools,
better roads, and a return to something
akin to old-time society in farm life.
Let boys and girls be taught to love
farm life, and let inducements and al
lurements be held out to keep them
We had a splendid day and broke up
with a resolution, no doubt, by each
one that we will meet again, and that
all were glad they came.
Dr. F. Y. Preasloy has resigned the
presidency of Erskine College to accept
the presidency of the A. R. P. theologi
cal seminary, made vacant by the re
cent death of Dr. Grier. It is reported
that Dr. J. S. MofTatt of Chester will
be elected to the presidency of Erskine.
Small pox is reported from tho city
of Colon, Panama.
War is now going on in Central
America between Salvador and Guate
Cholera is raging in the Philippines.
Of the eases reported some were
Americans. One American has died.
A cloudburst in Mexico on July 10th
killed seven people and injured many
more and almost destroyed the city of
At a picnic in Iowa last week seven
children were drowned. One stepped
into a deep hole and all of the rest wcro
drowned in trying to rescue her.
There is no improvement in the State
of affairs in Russia, the soldiers still in
revolution, and the .lews in terror of
their lives. The Douma continues its
Tho Chicago and Alton Railroad was
fined $40,000 by Judge Landis of tho
United Stales District Court lor grant
ing rebates. The railroad men gave
notice of appeal.
Indictments have been brought
against the ice dealers of the District
of Columbia for violating tho Sherman
adti-trust law by conspiring to raise
the price of ice.
There is on foot in England a scheme
to bring a party of English school
teachers, live hundred, to America to
study our school methods. Knglish
student:1, of education are convinced
that America has belter schools.
A cable from tho island of Guam to
Japan has just been finished. The first
messages sent over it wore from Presi
dent Roosevelt and tho Mikado. It was
built by Americans without any gov
ernment aid and traverses the long
est wast,; of uninhabitable waters on
It is reported from Prance that the
big insurance companies of America
are considering withdrawing from that
country because of the new kiw there
requiring thom to invest in Fronch se
curities their French premiums. The
president of the Equitable is now in
Paris going over the situation.
Charges were recently made in a New
York paper (hat Thomas Taggarl of
Indiana, president of tho l/ronch Lick
Springs Hotel Co., and manager of tin?
last Democratic presldontnl campaign,
operated a gambling establishment tit
thai hotel. He refused to be examined
under oath by the auditor of the Stale.
Cen. M. C. Rutlcr'a fee for collect
ing the Cherokee Indian claim was
$7f?,(M)(?. A firm of Washington lawyers
have procured an injunction restraining
the collection of it, claiming that the
suit was undertaken when they were
in i artnership with Senator Butlor, and
that they are entitled to part of the
Dir. King's New Life Pills
Tho best in the world.
This is the last week of the Great Bargain Sale i
we mean to make it the busiest one, wi
your help. Don't imagine all the plums have
been plucked. We are saving some of
the finest ones for you.
Won't You Come and Get Them?