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BUSINESS SESSIONS OE THE
WOMANS' MISSIONARY UNION
i lie Woman's Missionary union of
ICnoree Presbytery tuet in Us eleventh
annual session with the Indies of the
Pi si Presbyterian church, Laurons, s.
C . October i l-lfi, 1 f?o'.?.
he union was called lo order on
Ti' irsdny ufternooit at tour o'clock <
hj 'lie president. Mrs. W. W. Simpson
o. Woodruff. Alter devotional exer- J
? ??-?ti and the enrollment of delegates (
a social half hour was spent in the
c! rcll parlors, the delegates, visitors
tit ?> hostesses mingling in pleasant
i: ? rcourse.
>t S p. in. the union reconvened, the
R< c. P. Ilnnkin, pastor of the church
g'. ng an address of welcome, aller
v\ ich he introduced the speaker of
ti: evening. Rev. L. I'. Vnss of Luebo.
A ica. Mr. Vnss was heard with I
?ial interest, having been pastor of
tli ? Second Presbyterian church, Spar
ti ' burg, and also pastor of Nazareth j
c rch In Spurtriub?rg county, before I
i- ig to Africa ris a missionary from
(he Southern Presbyleriari church; i
in-;- going lo Africa Mr. Vilss has |
lie, ieved great tiling:--. IN sides lu ing!
i>: -or of the Iarg1.st church in the
sv,.?theru Presbyterian assembly, lie'
is eriptilin of the "l.tipsley." a boat j
Ii" i by the1 children of ilie United
Statbs for missionary werk ?l) Hie
e" licit the bid Labsloy capsized a :
I', -. years ago. twenty-four natives and
tl Rev. Mr. Slaymaker, a 'young
mi--ionnry from Virginia, going down
v.; a it. Mr. \'ass was miraculously
ed. The children of the Southern
I' sbyteriaii church, as soon as they
hoi d of the destruction of the vessel,
hoe an to raise fund.-, for a new and!
ht er "l.apsley." Ii was built ai
(III (gow, Scotland, at a cost of $100(111,
i ? i-n apart and shipped to Africa,
wi re it was put together by the na
iv s under the superintendence of Mr.
Y. - It now plys. along the Congo
< mainled by Mr. V'.'ISS. with a Crew
0 -ixtv or seven!v-live native Chris-j
'. r. Vnss touched on the trial of the
11 >. Morrison and Slieppard who
! recently been released by lite
?.' glilli government. Their Impris-1
<? .cut and release lias resulted in :.
1 'er publicity of ihe nefarious prac
tlci of Leopold illid will no doubl
Ii i ? the condition of the natives us
I as tbe work ol iia- missionaries
iO union resumed Its work Friday i
a : :'.<" ii. m.. with devotional OXor
? ? s conducted by ti c president.
10 minutes of Ifios were read ami
nvi'il. The reports from societies
\ ?? read, showing twenty-live soc|e
'i - represented by delegates, High I
"ties not represented by delegates
reports. Several visitors from
different part- of the presbytery were
present, bringing the Attendance up
to about fifty. The following officers
were in charge of ihe meeting, having
been elected in 1007 to serve two
President. Mrs. \V, v.". Simpson
Woodruff: Viee president, Mrs. W. 'I'.
Austin. Cross l??: Secretary. Mrs. .1.
W. Allen. Spartanburg; Treasurer,
Mrs. .1. O. c. Fleming. Luurens.
The delegates present were hs fid.
I Antio(d). .\li.-s Maggie Harrison;
Center Point. Mrs. .lames Anderson:
Clinton First, Mrs. Kola. Adams and
Miss Agnes Adams; Fountain Inn.
Miss llessie Hitch; Friendship. Miss
Annie Nichols; (IroehviHe First. Mrs.
Id. T. Woodslde; (ireenviile Second.
Mrs. .1. F, ' 'kay; I.aureus First. Mr.-.
II. K. Alken .merty Springs, Mrs. W.
II. I.eamnt .. .:kvillo. Mrs. Traynhem:
Lisbon, Mrs. Holums; Mt. Tabor Kl.I,
Mis. I ioltzclnw: Mi. Calvary, \ii.-.
i.lames! Nazareth. Miss |):'uellla
i Means: Neu' llurnmn\. Mr?. i:. ,1.
Stoddtird ami Mrs. .1. W. IhipiV; Old
, Field. Mrs. T I', .lean- : (lid Ant, loch.
Miss l-jvn Kilgore: flock Itrldge, Miss
Davis; Itbeky Springs. Mrs c. !:. Itob
jillson: Spnrttinhurg First k\\liriatus."
j \ilss Marjorlo ('luipunin: Tudd Meinor ?
Lint. Mrs. Wade: Woodruff. Mrs. I.. I!.
Irby and Miss l?ritee MCAuloy; A
; number of Ihe delegates reported I'roin
1 iIn- childri it's soeietb s.
The missionary visitor. Miss |teile
Crhig. illustrated her report with a
map study showing llfty-olghl churches
: in Knoree presbytery, forty-three wo
I men's societies, thirty two young peo
ple's societies. Three new societies
I have been organized since las: year.
\ live are to lie organized this year, and
mission study elnsses and reading
course have been started in several of
' the churches.
Mrs. .1. s. Wutklus of Spartnnhurg
and Miss Cralg led a discussion on
J "Mission Literature and Mission Study
I Classes." Mrs. Walking vend an ex
j eellenl paper on the Importance of
knowledge ami the scan lly of khowl
edge. The jircsldcui reipiested thai
she have this paper published. Miss
C I'll ig called the attention of the lutloil
to The Mb sionaiy and the Ve?i liobit
of Prayer The Missionary is a mag
azine published by the K ;o< ntive coup
miltee of I'onilgn missions .".',.-!.
vile, und the l'ehr (look i- tin illiisira
I led booklet v. ith a to.de for euch day
in tl.e year, appropriate selections of
script it re. condensed stallst!? s. otr\.
with a day sei apart lor each, mis-ion
ary in the field.
Miss Cralg suggested thai orders he
sent in for ihe Near Hook before
Christinas, as the supply is often e\
j haustet! early ia the year. Mis.- Cralg
ELDER HENRY CUNNINGHAM
For Weak, Run-Down People.
" I was run down and weak from
Indigestion and general debility, also
suffered from vertigo. I saw a cod
liver preparation called Vinol adver
tised and decided to give it a trial,
and the results were most gratifying.
After taking two bottles I regained my strength, and am
now feeling unusually well." ? HENRY CUNNINGHAM,
E der Baptist Church, Klnston, N.C.
Vinol contains the two most world-famed tonics?the medicinal,
strengthening, body-building elements of Cod Liver Oil and Tonic.
Iron. Vinol contains no oil, and is by far the Best Strengthening
Tonic obtainable. We return your money without question
if Vinol doe* not accomplish ell we chum for it.
THE LAURENS DRUG CO., Lflurens.
closed her talk by tolling of the reflex
Influence Of the study of missions.
The afternoon session was opened
With a prayer service conducted by
Mrs. Austin. The minutes of the
previous session wore read and ap
proved. A blackboard exorcise was
conducted by Mrs. L. n. Irby. giving
some facts and statistics. Mrs. Hun
ter and Mrs. Anderson led in a dis
cussion on "Our Country Soi letles".
The treasurer reported about $:>0.00
in the treasury and $."?111.00 for the
Hal Chow fund, the special work of
The executive commit tee recom
mended that the follwolng changes be
1 made in the constitution and by.luWs:
First, that the word "foreign" be omit
ted so that instead of of the Woman's
Foreign Missiontiry union, this union
shall be known a- the Women's Mis
sionary uiilou 61 Fnoree presbytery.
Second, that there be live vice-pres
idents, on,- from each county hi the
presbytery, and thai these v'ice-pres
ideuts assist the missionary visitor in
her work. Third, that the missionary
visitor and her duties be given a place
In the by-laws among the ofllcers of
the union. These suggestions Were
acted upon and carried, A motion was
made atol carried to semi the presi
dent to the woman's conference at
Montreal and to allow her $10.00 for
OtliCers were elected to serve (wo
years, as follow s:
President Mrs. F. I.. Mayes. Oreen
vllle. s. c.
Vice-President Mrs; W. W. simp
son. Woodruff, S. c.
Secretary Mrs. .!. W. Allen. Spur
tanlmrg, S. c
Troj . () c ?
Luuvctis. s. <'
Ait inv itai loti *v as exi md i I ruth
the Orechvilic Second church for the.
next iiiHeting of the uiilou, which w;;^
A large rbng regst tot) gathered Ft'l
dhy at S p. in. to hoar Mr. Vtiss' illus
trate.' lecture on Africa. Air Vnss
took as the keynote of his talk. "I ?cos
missionary work on the Congo pay"?
The closing meeting of the union
was held Saturday murnicu. Mrs.
Fulton Of our Japan mission, now on
furlough. Have u talk on .lapaU. taking
a hurried glance ai ouch station of
the Southern Presbyteiititi church.
Mrs; Austin gave a talk on pur'
Hai C:.o.v work, a' (he close of Which
the u'.iini agreed to lake ten shares,
build! p.. a iiolho on the llai Cbo\v I i Id
io ho ko.rn a.- the 1-hUjree lb
(lie delegate.-, suggest to their homo
societies thai the dites Of ice union
be changed from live cents to ten
cents pi member.
kesolutions of thank* to ; 11 who
Contributed to (he com fori ami success
Ol I lie unibh were adopted ami the
union adjourned to meet in (SrCcu
viile October P.llO,
A' the close of ilie session ii; - fol
lowing rosbltltlohs were offered ami
unanimously adopted ?
We. the members of i'n- Women's
Missionary union of Kitoroe presby
tery, desire lo |iiit on record our sin.
cere thanks to the citizens of I.aureus
no their unbounded hospitality, liuik
iiiU but' - tay so delightful thai ouch
delegate I'ejl that she ha 1 been as
V to thank
111 d i
privilege to listen lo his address, also
hi.- Illtislrated let iure mi Afr? it.
V.'e return special thank- lo Mayor
Bnhh and Mr. Bendy, managers of the
opera house for the loan of their lau
lern, and to Mr. Mobie lor operating
the slides, rendering valuable assist
ance to Mr. Vnss.
We Wish to thank Mrs. Pllltob for
lolling us of the work dorn- at our
mission station., in .lliplin,
We would not forget to ihav.k our
retiring president tor the faithful
IlltlUner in which she has discharged
In r duties, also our faithful and Very
clllclciit secretary ami treasurer.
Last, bill not least, we wish to
thank our Heavenly Father, through
whom all these blessings come, and
11ray that His name may be horn red
and that we ourselves may return to
our homes better fitted for His service
Mrs. ,t. f. Mackay,
Mrs. Nogio .lames.
Mr.-, W. f. Hoi/claw
P. 1). CVs to Meet Mondtiy.
Mrs It. [I. Bell requests the an
nouncement that thrt Daughters of the
Confederacy will meet Monday after
noon. November 1st, i:'.)0 o'clock, at
Mrs. J. S. Bennett's at h?r bomn on
I West Mam street
FHE GREATEST OF STATE FA!K
EVERYONE WILL LE IN
COLUMBIA NOV. L 70 C.
Big Ev-nts Planned?-A I S:-.. o:
'I ii.. forty Iii *i tituitnii sv:: ? i in I?
hell in ('oliihilitii November '? l?| .? ".n." -
to Im? (tu? l.-'si hi ttic lit* lory if ; So
('itrollu;t Aurli'iiltitrul luiit M It?,>i ii s?o
?I.?IV. Not .hi!., itn> illi* pi ? in 1 ?'?? 'I'.
!nIgor t la ? ti incr l>vfori>. bdt Ui?' l?il >? - 01
Iii?. ori!iinl/..itl.iti liuvo iin ? -?-i? -1 i |ir?4f.?ii
ihot ?III i.. ::^ Iniii'liv.ls ? ?; * ?i. ? - tiolii
uo.ir '?>: shites
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ith ? ? I for Hu1 ' ill?i|il .. >t : in |?i" I
'Ilr- \\.i- .in.- of ; ..? foul no- las'
\o.ir in wiilctl llii'ro Wlia lively couipo 'i it
ju l fiil'luors Itiroilitllii'H Iii?' stille ? tt'iil
luv; SroroPtry l.ovo for lifonnitUia us im
t!l.a lili.ei- for ?'III i:i- ?'.
I Atiotlcr fi'.kluro Iti st yoiir w.i- tili? hom-li
I ?liOw; Tliet'c were siO iu.ui;.' einHe* In Ulli*
depart molt t tliit tli?i si. ! Iii- .1 I I...1
tU ill' I'M-'1 I III* |?l 'ixi'.l i'll ? is--- !?? Il.i till
niltii'l uti'l i >|"' ill K.nii'i? '.Mi li.'eii >?"
.imI.Ii! for ii..- .i..-*
'l !i.' 1'iielllK. "f .ii -". will i ;t ??! i'i.'
Iii 4b sllli'luril. Sin. .. i'i - society V. | iiii??i|
Mi.- \ n -.ui.i i' u "Ii:i.i - i.??. i rul ing ' ii
eiili. 11st* ii".-'1- -nt Siiittii :i... . n ? ii
. Mi.- .Ii--: in lie* en'oitr.Vi iite) iti ???.mi
III.Hi.Ml 'if ???1110 'if ill.' l ?? i- ; ,\t !.'..i.
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??!i iillil Will! H ? ''".? I ? ?? IlltflllJ
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"i'll IttllllOl' Die. Purl..:.
I than liave liiy feel em off," suhl M. I.
1 Ringham, of Prlhoovillc. III 'Min
I you'll die from gangrene (which had
?eaten away eight toes) H yoit don't.'
; saiil all the doctors. Instead, lie used
I llueklen's Araica Salve till wholli
eurod, Iis eures uf lOezema, Pever
! Sore-. I'.oils. Hurils and Piles astound
I the world, -?"?<? al the LaUrcns Drisg
i Co. and Ilm Palm. Ho Dna; di
Ihe Slate in South Carolina.
I aunt) el' I.aureus.
IN ( III IM Ol < OM.MO.N I'I I LS.
W. it l i I.I.IM:. Plaintiff,
: IH'CII PI I.I.KK Lll.LA .M STIN.
ItLANCHK UASOIt, AXXIK LAI IHK
DIAL, M V.KSII U.L A LK \M W
I.VI. LK \ M \N. Wl I.I.I \M I.K.V
MAN M\ it A LKAM VN. iiOl' KLLA
LKA.MAX. DKXTO MATTl IKVVS.
i'AKOLIN'K MATTIIKW'S. and .1 .\
; M VTTilKWS. lieleinlnhis.
Piirsiiani to a decree of Sale in (he
rens Count> in .said Slate, contain
ing two hundred and lift) he I'i' . liiore
or less, hottilded OH tie- north 1>> lands
of .1. W. 'inn.er. and on the eii i hy
lands of C Y lllpp, on the south hy
lands of Con way Dial, and on life
west hy lands of Mlittle I in I i> . and
Public ma l from Cross 11 i! 1 loward."
Latiroiif Court House.
Terliis ol Sale OXK II \l;K 11 ASH
hnlniice to he paid twelve iivoiubs from
date of sale, the credit jiortioii to l>"
paid twelve months from date o| -:,).?,
the credit portion to l?" seen led by
bond ami iubrtgngc of tie- piirehaser
over the -aid premises, henritig P-gal
interest from date, with leave to pui
chaser to pay his entire hid in cash.
Purchaser to pay for paper. 11 (be
terms Ol sale an- not complied with,
the land to he resold on saim- or ftotnc
subsequent Salesdav on Slime (ei'llls,
at the risk ol former purchaser
JOHN P. HOLT.
C. C (' P. and r, S. LaUl'OtlS, S 1'
Hated, this Oct. Sth. \'M<\>. I I -:;t
VIS \h SKTTI.K.MKXT.
Take notice that on the Sth day of
November, WO!*, I will render a final
account of my acts and doings as Ad
ministrator of the estate of Addle
Puller, deceased, in the Office of the
Judge of Probate of l.aurens county,
at 11 o'clock a. 111.. and on the same
day win apply for a final discharge
from my trust as Administrator
All persons indebted to said estate
are notified and required to make pay
ment on that date; and all persons
having claims against said estate Will
present them on or before that date,
duly proven, or be forever barred
H Ft. Puller,
Oct. 6. 190ft 1 mo.
IF Vor AUE IM.I MP.
TIRED OF IMA'MlilNU
that doesn't work or lust try our kind.
We'll give you a job tint will prove
satisfactory or we won't charge you a
cent for it.
BETI ER II AN K l'S OVER IIA 1.1,
YOUR PLUM HINt! Now
before winter shows up it ; defects in
ways you Wont like A little good
plumbing now may save you lots of
trouble and expense later on.
DoaK ? McKechnie
South Harper Street
Phone 292 Laurens, S. C.
Be it ever so Mumble
there's no place like homo it it is
your own. It isn't iiccess.trN that
it should bej - > huiuhiC yitttf
, ise. :. v..-. -?.
We'll sell \ on :i I lome
I'tir .t huh ;n< >iic*\ ilowti and take
the:;l>iii;iBcc in easy inoulhl' i^
To.i.l l'.uii Iii
I.A PIT- t
A-U j..i,r Um?*!?! for CHT-CIIRS-TKR'S
blAMU.NU IlKAN'l) I'll.I S 01 l< i it mi l,
Ooi.ii metallic I.'.ir... seated with III
Rihtion Takii ho CirilP.a. Huy of your
Urur.nM ?u?l ? ?. r..r ? iii.< iii 4*.n a i
bI A MON II HII \ NII PI I.I.H, fin i n ? nl? f: v"
sold by ALl'd'RUGGIsts
The Slate Fair.
Sis days of run and cnlightend
is what the state fair promises visit
this year. The fair starts on Novij
Ihm I and will continue until the nh
ut November IS. President Tftft \[,\
Columbia oa Saturday, NovoiubGM
Two football games Including
Clcmsoii-Cnroliiin game will >h
played. Other attractive featq
w ill be in the list this year.
Copyright IMoui pel bbl. $6?^
25 11 >. Sack Suj?ar i.^j
too 11). Sack of Salt .(\
Seed < >. 11 s pel bushel
Sib. package of Coffee i.cl
Tut Hack per H>. . 1
; lh. can of Tomatoes 1
1 lh. can of Salmons 10c
01 \ foi 'I
We vmu Cotton, pel bale i.c
We bti\- Cotton Seed, per
We 1 >u\ C.itt lc, al 2 \i to t
We buy most anything,
\\'e sell most everything
J. I). Culbertsorl
Madden, S. C.
Big Ad vane
of 30c per hb
We have only oil
more car of cheal
flour. We will mal
this week only.
Majestic lies! I'ateill I'loiti' $0.
White Swan lies! Pal. hloui 6.<|
I'hireiih II..:i l*iitehi !;:..:-! iti
We are ex pect inj? 1000 bushel
>| Texa, K list I'roof < >ats, whij
Lltcy last v. ? will sell al 65c p
b.ii't f.,I'., I l<
sale Grocery Co.
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$ Remember /
I Tribble Clothing Co* j
^ When in tow n we are the peo
W pie that make your money go a jjf
AS lonir ways. When you want <
/|\ , * 'I
/is Clothing, Hats, and Shoes come /|
/|n see our goodiand get our prices, t\
z|s they please others, why not you. /(
/j\ Shoes for ladies' from $1.25 to $4.00, For /(>
W men $1.00 to $6.50. For children 25e to $2.00. tal
/j\ Suits for men $*> to $27.50. Suits for boy's /j*
k\ $1.25 to $7 Overcoats for men $5 to $16.50. /|>
i\S Overcoats for hoy's $3.50 to $5. /ft
| Tribble Clothing Co. |!
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