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C AMP A10 X FOll THE
U. F. 0. AND FU11MAN.
Educational Ralliesjto be Held in Behalf
of the Baptist Institute
At n meeting of the executive com
mittee of the Laurens County Baptist
association held at the First Baptist
church of this city plans were consid
ered for an educational campaign in be
half of Furman university and the
Greenville Female college. This com
mittee is composed of Rev. E. C. Wat
son, Rev. J. A. Martin and Messrs. C.
B. Robo, W. P. Culbertson and W. H.
Drummond. Others who met with the
committee were Rev. W. E. Thayer,
Rev. C. W. Salter and Messrs. Conway
Dial and F. L. Bramlett.
It was decided at this meeting to
group the churches of the county into
six divisions and to hold an educational
rally in each division at some time dur
the first two weeks in September. A
sub-committee, composed of Messrs.
Culbertson, Thayer, Watson and Robo,
was appointed to arrange dates and
programs for these meetings. Later
this committee held n meeting in Mr. J.
A. Clardy's Ofiice and appointed dates,
places and speakers. They will at once
communicate with the speakers and se
cure the appointments.
Following is the report of the sub
committee to arrange dates and pro
The executive committee of Laurens
Baptist Association, at a meeting held
at Laurens July 81st, 1908, decided that
in view of the special effort now being
? made for the better equipment and per
manent endowment of Furman univer
sity and Greenville Female college, a
campaign of information in regard to
these institutions especially and Chris
tian education generally, should be con
ducted in this association during the
first two weeks in September. For this
purpose it was deemed proper to group
the several churches of the Association
into six divisions and bold an educa
tional rally at some point in each group.
A committee composed of W. I'. Cul
bertson, E. C. Watson, W. E. Thayer
and C. B. Robo was appointed to ar
range dates, places and programs for
these meetings. Our Baptist people of
the churches in each group are urged
to meet in mass, or at least by large
representation at the appointed places
in their respective groups. No collec
tion will be expected or asked for.
These meeting., are purely educational
rallies in the interest of Christian edu
cation, with the special purpose of dis
seminating information to our Baptist
colleges. Therefore, we urge upoh our
people the importance of attending
? these meetings for their own benefit as
well as the inspiration and influence
they may contribute to the cause of
Christian development. Pastors and
other leaders are expected to make
special efforts in securing large attend
ances and otherwiso rendering these
rallies successful. Those appointed to
conduct the meetings will please ar
range for proper devotional and song
services in connection with the several
The following are the dates, places of
meoting and programs for the several
Group No. I ?Poplar Springs, Mt.
Gallagher, .Mt. Olive and Union. Meet
ing to be held at Poplar Springs Tues
day, Sept. 1st, P?it8, at 11 o'clock a.m.,
conducted by the pastor, Dr. J. (). Mar
tin. Speakers, Revs. C. Lewis Fowler
and E. C. Watson.
Group No. 2?Highland Home, New
Harmony, Warrior Creek. Durban
( reek, Friendship and l.anford. Meet
ing to be held at Friendship Wednesilay,
Sept. 2nd, 1908, at 11 o'clock a. m.,
conducted by the pastor, Rev. C. W.
Salter. Speakers, Dr. E. M. Poteat
and Rev. C. Lewis Fowler.
Group No. 3?Boaverdam,Mountville,
Waterloo, Cross Hill and Bethabara.
Meeting to be held at Cross Hill Thurs
day, Sept. 3d, 1908, at 11 o'clock a, m.,
conducted by pastor, .1. A. Martin.
Speakers, Rev. W. 10. Thayer and Hon.
R. A. Cooper.
Croup No. 1 Clinton 1st .Clinton 2nd,
Lydia Mill, Holly Grovo, L?ngsten and
Bellview. Rally to be held at Clinton
1st, Friday, Sept. 4th, at 11 o'clock a.
m.| conducted by pastor, C. Lewis
Fowlor. Speakers, Rev. W. E. Thayer,
Hon. R. A. Cooper, Mr. S. E. Bonoy.
Group No. r> Princeton, Rabun
Creek and Boulnh. Rally to be held at
Rabun Crook, Thursday, Sept. loth,
i'.tn.K, at II o'clock a. in., conducted by
pastor E, c. Watson, Speakers Dr. E.
M. Poteat and Rev. W. E. Thayer.
Group No. 0 Laurens 1st, Laurens
2nd, Watts Mills, Chestnut Ridge. New
Prospect and Ml. Pleasant. Rally tobe
held at Laurens 1st, Friday, Sept. 11th
1908, at 11 o'clock a. in., conducted by
pastor, W. E. Thayer. Speakers, Dr.
E. M. Potoat and Dr. O. O. Fletcher.
W. P. CULBERTSON,
Bucklcn's Arnica Salve Wins.
Tom Moore, of Rural Route 1, Coch
ran, Ga., writes: "I had a bad sore
come on the instep of my foot and could
find nothing that would heal it until I
applied Bucklon's Arnica Salve. Less
than half of a 25 cent box won the day
for mo by affecting a perfect cure."
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NEW BERRY MINISTE HS
HO NOT ENDORSE
One of the candidates for the exalted
office of governor of South Carolina,
who has tried to show why his opponent
should not be elected, has declared in
ins own behalf that, should the people
of South Carolina wish to know any
thing of him, they might inquire of the
ministers of Newberry.
Yesterday The State received without
solicitation, except by editorial invita
tion, the following card, coming with
out superscription to indicate when or
why the action of the ministers was
"Inasmuch as letters of inquiry, re
ceived from different sections of the
State, reveal the fact that unwarranted
inferences as to the attitude of the
ministers of the town of Newberry are
being drawn from certain statements
made publicly by Hon. Cole L. Bleaso
in his canvass for the ollicc of gov
ernor, we deem it our duty to say that
wo do not, directly or indirectly, en
dorse his candidacy.
(Signed) "Edward Fulenwider, Pastor,
Lutheran Church of the Redeemer;
G. A. Wright, Pastor, First Baptist
Church; J. E. James, Pastor, Presby
| terian Church; D. G. Phillips, Pas
tor, A. R. Presbyterian Church; .1.
T. Miller, Pastor, O'Neal M. E.
Church; A. II. Best, Pastor, New
Inquiry over the 'phone elicited the
information that the action of these
preachers was taken in regular meeting
and that one who was absent has since
requested that his name be appended.
Managers of Election.
The following have been appointed to
conduct the primary election in Laurens
county August 25th:
Clinton?J P Dillard, TF Milam, R P
Clinton Mill ?E Y McQuown, John A
Smith, Calvin Templeton.
Lydia Mill, Clinton ?E F Anderson,
Carl Barksdale, J B Scott.
llopewell ?G C Hopkins, J L Craw
ford, C V Monroe.
Lanford Station John DcShiolds, J S
Higgins, J M Fleming.
Youngs?W P Harris, J M Gray, C R
Cook's Storc-J B Cook, EW Patton,
W R Gaston.
Stewart's Store?HR Prior, WC Stew
art, Parks Goodwin.
Dial Church-D B Godfrey, .1 11 Cur
ry, D D Harris.
Power?V A White, R C Owings, .1 T
Woodville-J E Wham, WR Putnam,
W L Abercrombie.
Shi Ion -R C Wallace, W II Cray. .1 II
Cray Court ?C B Shell, D L Brook ,
L Z Wilson.
Ekom L C Culbertson,T II Hurts. A
Mt. Pleasant WWFowler.G Marien
Moore, Mose Madden.
Waterloo?J E Henderson, DC Smith,
W II Culbertson.
Mt. Gallagher J C Martin,J P Jones,
W L Cooper.
Tiptop?W A Anderson,John A Puck
ett, W J Anderson.
Langston Church ?Reed Todd, M M
Pool, F L Donnon.
Ora W E McClintock.W T Blakcly,
O L Hunter.
Cross Hill?T M Pinson, E L Wells,
R D Nance.
Tumbling Shoals ?J L Baldwin, R M
Bolt, W D Sullivan.
Brewcrton?.1 P Simmons, Earle El
ledge, T T Wood.
Princeton J M Wood, W I Freeman,
A J Monroe.
Sardis Thos L Johnson, Sr, R J Mc
Crary, Hamp Stone.
Odells?Watts Deane,Joe Payne,Tom
Mountville P B Richardson, William
Boyd, M B Brisp.
Lwurens Mill W W Blakcley, C P
Martie, J W Snoddy.
Laurens No. 1 J B Brooks, James F
Owings. L G Balle.
Watts Mills To be supplied.
Laurens No. 2?To be supplied.
"My father has for years been trou
bled with diarrhoea, and tried every
' means possible to effect a cure, without
avail," writes John II. Zirkle, of Phil
ippi, W. Va. "He saw Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
advertised in the Philipp! Republican
and decided to try it. Tin; result is
um; bottle cured bun and he has not
suffered with the disease for eighteen
months. Refore taking this remedy lie
was a constant sufferer. He is now
sound and well, and although 60 years
old, can do as much work as a young
man." Sold bv Laurens Drug Co.
Pairvicw Stock Show.
Mr. J. Stewart Pcden requosts the
Kairview Stock Show announced for
September 18th. A full program will
he printed later, or they may be seem
ed by writing to J. Stewart Pcden,
secretary, Fountain Inn, R. F. D. No. 1.
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Tills roclpo Is highly recommended l>y one of
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Pocl llvo largo bananas, mi> smooth with ilvo
teaapoon fills <ii mi.:nr. Add one. teacup sweet
oronm beaten to u Ktlff froth, Ihou n<ld 0110 IOo<
packagoof Lemon JELli-0 dissolved lu 1m teacups
boiling wator. Pour Into mold and when c?il<l
garnish wilhcniidli dcherries. Korvo with whipped
cro?in, or any (food pudding snuco, JEIjL-U Is
?i>lil by ?II Uroccrs at 10c, i>er package.
Makes the lies! Bread on Harth
Wo have In *tock ehicken
feed, good corn,oats, hayi
bran, Prat t's cattlo,
horse and poultry pow
der.-; a nice line of table
syrup in cans, coffee and
tc.i, tresh hams (picnic
hams), bacon and lard,
fresh corn meal, cotton
seed meal; a line line
smoking and chewing to
bacco, cigars and che
roots. One <'.i>-gallon oil
Will sell everything in
the ? tore mighty low for
To give you absolute sat
isfaction in the way of
quality and price.
We are working for our
profit but we realize that
the way to keep that
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Laurens, S. C.
Wido range of choice in Scientific,
Literary, Graduate and Professional
Course leading to degrees of
Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science,
Licentiate of Instruction, Bachelor of
Laws, Master of Arts, Civil Engineer
and Electrical Engineer.
Well equipped Laboratories; Library
of over 40,000 volumes.
Expcnso moderate many students
make their own expenses.
Next session (10 Ith) begins Septem
ber 23, 1908.
For announcement write to the
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A High Grado College for Women?A Christian Homo School.
Graduate courses in Hi" Arts and Sciences,Music,Art, Expression, Gymnas
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Buildings; Modern Conveniences; Healthful Climate; Location in Piedmont
Section, and in city of 26,000. Expenses for the entire year:
A. Tuition, board, room and fees :::::::: $1H.'1.00
B. All included in proposition (A) and tuition in Music,
Art or Expression $203.00 to ::::::: s 218.00
Tho noxl ? ion opens September 17th. For catalogue and information
11 101 Address S. C. BYRD, D. !>., President.
Littleton Female College
One of tho most successful and best equipped boarding schools in the
South with hot water beat, electric lights; other modern improvements.
258 boarding pupils last year. 271 h annual session will begin Sept. 10, 1008.
For catalogue addrOBH J, M, RHODES, President, Littleton, N. C.
Central Academy i
high-grade Preparatory School
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from Littleton College and under the management of the same Board
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