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PARI TWO; PAQES NINE TO TWELVE
LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1909.
GREAT REVIVAL MEETING TO BEGIN
AT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH D[C. 1ST.
Dr. J. Ernest Thacker, Evangelist of Southern General
Assembly, Will Preach In Series of Meetings?Spec
ial Singers and Choir Will Furnish Music.
A notable, series of services will be
gin in the first I'rcsbytorlun church
of iliis city, on Wednesday night, De
cember ist. 'riie preaching will bo
done by Uev, .1. Kniest Thacker form
erly pastor <>f the Second Hresbyt.
church of Norfolk Va now in charge
of evangelist Ice work for the general
assembly of (ho Southern Preshyloiian
ehurch. Dr. Thacker gave up a de.
strahle pastorale and refused many
flattering ? all:, to other charges, olfer
inn greater pecuniary rewards, lo du
(ho work of an evangelist (o which In
felt himself called. iii>- work up to
this time has I.u in the larger cities
of this country. Dr. Thacker and l!n'
('. I?\ Kankiu. pastor of the Firs ,
ehurch of I.aureus, were friends in
Norfolk and it is due to this tact that
our people will have the opportunist
of hearing him here at this time. The
Xi w Orleans Daily I'ieayiine of Oct.
22 said. "Dr. Thacker is an interest
ing and impressive preacher who
stands for the pure gospel. Modern
day preaching bul without sensation
alism, is what you will hear at this
Dr Thacker was one of the nssis
lants of Dr. .1. Wilbur (?hapman in
the recent series of meetings in (he
city of Hosten where thhi> thousand
people accepted Christ, ihoso services
being a veritable I'clitecostnl season
in that oily,
The Evening World id' llnauoke Va.
Bald in reference to a scries of meet
ings there in October last. "Some nf
Dr. .1. Ilrnesj Thacker.
the largest com remit v is ever a ein
hied in the 1st ITej terian church
;.re heating Dr. Thfl >"r. Tho audi
torium scats aboi.l l.".un hat eWl'V i po'
from which one can see and hear Is
"The slltgillg h.V Mr. and Mrs. Fisher
is greatly enjoyed. The entire congre
gation joins in the singing. The mot Ii
ods of the meeting are very conserva I
live but are calculated 'o enable pen
? lie tu express I hoi r attitude toward
the great (|UOStloil (d* personal salva
Tbc gospel in sonn is very helpful
today in lifting our thoughts to
( higher things ami during this meet
ing the singing will be in ?harre of
I'l'Of. and Mrs. Fisher, who have do
lighted large audiences in other place
assisted by a special choir now in
\ i raining.
The Fishers vv ho eoine with Dr
Timelier for 11??- services i<? begin til
Hie I 'i. t Hrosbytorlans church Wed
nesday l) c. 1st are 1*1*0111 Hosten.
'?Yoni die Hoston journal: "It was
while general inn nil gor ami buyer For
oia- ui' tin' biggest departmem stores
in Uichigin Ihni ?Soorgi Mfreil Klshoi
Whs tipiiroechod by an evangelist am;
asked in sing frbin a "gospel wtigou"
in a street seifvico.
Thinking it In m all; his digllit.\ to
sing in thi* street-, Mr. Fisher refused.
Then die evangelist, Meli Trotter, su
pcritilOlulciit m' die reseue mission in
(Srnnd Knpids, told him point blank
ilull In- was refusing to slug lor (he
Master. Mr. Fisher (hbifghl die mat
tor over ami 0:11110. to die cbhelUsiiih
that In' was right;
Tin' liexl Sunday, wiieii tin' "gns'icl
wagon" storied onl on 11 h Huh* the
yonng (h'pa 11 im ni store manager roue
in it. lib saiig whenever ihr wagon
stopped, I5y ihr linn Ihr day'.-, work
?;is finished In- had become i-nthusi
astic. Kvery Sunday nl'tornodu that
Hiiiiiiiici' Mi. Fisher rode arouiid town
on 1 lir ": 11. ii' i w agon." and bj ihr
time fall came hr bad booh converted/'
Kesiirued to Slug for t ludst.
Six nioiiths later hr resigned hi po
sition aid Weiij out US a got pel 1 iilgOl'
with the ilOv. I >. S. Toy. ihr lialti
liiore evangel ist; Lain- hr was send
mil by ihr I'rr:.li\ inian .crucial a:.
semhly commit l.n evangelistic
work under Dr. (Miapiiiiin's direction,
and hr hrcainr associated With the
Diiii oi' a family of musicians. Mr.
Fisher received an oxoelienl tiiusleal
education. Tor years before hi: coli
version hr sann in ?and directed < hurch
choir.; in hi. Iioine eltj . I |o v til tit t
tmior in ihr faillOUS S ?hnhrit club,
ami while at colli ge was the Ilrsl
tenor 01' ihr college choir.
So when Mr. Fisher look up gospel
singing liar" vyiin not hing im kim iio
tar hs tin1 musical end of hi educa
tion Went, Kill hr foitild (hat lie need
ed a belter know I, de Of the Hildo,
lie made his music'l education pave
the va\ to the study of ijiO Hlblli by
acceptiiig a positioti as iniiktcill di
rector of the Klhlc Tew hoi**' Training
school ol New Voi'lt.
Una \" iic in (.<i-.pi I \\ ork<
I .lib r M1. I^jsher resigned tu go out
llgalll into ?? Ii 11 gel ist Ic w oik. I 'or
nine years as a gpspi 1 1 Inger he has
sunn in man;.' parts of the country,
ami for many noted evangelist 1, ami
has assisted pastors, Sunday-school
con vent ions, assemblies and chautau
M uns In the course of iliis work
thai Mr. Fisher won die heart ami
M rs. (?. \. Fisher.
haml oT the it Irl who is now his wife,
sal who i.ceoinpanios him oil the
piano at die meetings over) ni;:ht.
( uintiiiltcc ci' I shers.
The following gentlemen will ac t
as ushers ai In Tllrieker'S ihoedug at
t':e I'rcshytcriun church beginning Ihe
... December, 1st: Messrs. S. M. Wilkes
It, Hart Itichey. I:. I-'. Fleming, Allierl
Simpson. Marion It. Wilkes, ("reswell
I 'I, mlng, I lonu r s. Itlaekwell, I lourj
Counts. .1. .1. Adams, I.. I), itlackwell,
Everybody in die community is cord
iallv invited to all the services.
Mr. f. I?. Mose ley.
To My Friends of I.aureus County:
The (onicst conducted by the ).au
rens Advertiser is rapidly drawing
to a (lose. ,lusi two weeks remain.
I want io thank my many friends of
did city ami county for tl.e valuable
assistance (hey have rendered my son.
Uolaud Moseley. in his efforts to win
the pri/.e, in his behalf, ami tor my
-elf. I wish to thank one and all for
what they have done; liiere arc lll.'lhy
who have m in in their subscriptions
ami given him the vote;., whom I haVo
not si u to thank personally; liiere
I'ore. I iahe i his opportunity to ex
press in.v gratitude and sincere appro
Tlicre are (wo weeks more, and the
result is by no means settled. I lien
he:; to nice my friends that th'hy lib
not forget the date; that they either
see na- within the next ten ditys. or
send their siihscriplions direct to The
SdvOrllsei' olliee. Don't let the time
slip hv vim. A great many have prom
ised us their renewals or new sub
scriptions, sa.v ina thai they would he
. cut ii, before the < lose of the contest.
I am slini'lji ii"'gtilg diese friends nui
? the date, and not to tl
for a moment tiial their vote:, will
be needed. The contest will end In n
whirlwind, ami I hope my friends v. II
not forget me
Again ili-1iiKin:: voll, one and all
fol' your past favors and Urging thai
yoii a i t me in the wind up. I heg
io i eiuaiu.
Yours very truly.
(' D. Moseley.
Stockholders Mcclh g This Month.
The annual meeting of tin- stock
holders of tin- Lauren8 Cotton mills
w ill he h< Id al t he OlIlCCH id t lie com
pauy on Monday, November i'L'nd
Stockholders are urged to iideml tit
noiid prb.vies. The meeting Is called
hy W. s. Montgomery, treasurer ami
aeiu ral Innungen
Cond Cough Medicine for Children and
Crow u I ilk*. Too.
"We could hardly do without Cham
herlain's Cougli Itemody," says Mrs.
Flora Despair of llloyd, |<y, "| found
it to he so good for the croup and
have used it for vears. I can heart
iiy recommend it for coughs, colds,
and croup in children and grown folks
too." The above shows the implicit
confidence that many mothers place
in Chninborlain's Cough Remedy, a
confidence based on many years ex
perience in the use of || No one
need hesitate to use this remedy for
it contains no chloroform, opium or
other narcotics and may he given to a
child as confidently as to an adult
For sale by Laurent* Drug Company,
'tlcao, who is four years old. was
delighted recent Ij when iho stork
brought a long-coveted baby sister,
ll.' went forthwith to announce the
glad tidings to tin- neighbors. To his
surprise, ihoy wore nol inclined to he
lleve him, especially I'hlward, his
chum. Who stoutly scoffed the idea of
a in w arrival at 'Gene's house. W ith
trembling lip '(lone ran (o his mother
and throw himself, sobbing, against
".lust think, mother." In' walled.
"Kdward won't believe I've got a hnb\
sister! And you Know here his sease
of tin- w?ii Id's Ingratitude grew Wrong
er, and he wailed afresh "you Know
how rood I was to him when they had
Kittens over at his house!" Harper's
For Aged People
:Ad Folks Should be Careful
in Their Selection of Regu
Wit4 advanced ago coinO.s inact
ive bowel movement and sluggish
liver. Nature is unable to perform
!t<?r proper functions ami requires
ussb i ..:,?? ?. ('t hcrw iso, t here i.~ con ?
staut suffering from con I iput ion
and its :;' tendunl c\ its. (>M folks
shottl I never use physic thai is harsh
and irr.it m ing.
We liavo :t safe, dependable and
ail op'! her ideal remedy llial is
particularly adapted i<> the re
quirements of aged |k'oplo and per
sons ?l weak constitution who suf
fer froth const ipat ioh or ol her bowel
disorder. We are certain thai ii
will completely relieve lliese com
plaints and give absolute satis
faction in every particular thai vyti
oiler tiii'in with our personal jinar
filllce thai they shall cos! (lie ttsci
initliitiii ii I hoy fail to sttbst ant into
nur claims, This remedy is coiled
U< sail < >rdcriies.
Rexall Orderlies are eaten Iii?
catuly. They have a sool hing, heal
ing, sitonnthoning, iunie ami rogu
: lalive action upon (he dry iimooiis
lining alul the relaxed limsciilat'
coal of the bowel. TheV j)i'odllC(! :i
natural; successive contract ioii ami
relaxation i?f ti*<? mti.sctilar libfes ?.i
I he bowel walls, generating a wavc
: like motion which forces their oon
: tents onward and outward; thus
simulating nature in perfect bowel
inoveiiionl. 'I'!ioy i'me tip and
si rengi hen i !.<? hi rvo 1 muscles;
and iv liife i ho liowel and a. o
ciate organs fo more vigorous and
healthy activity. They may be
. taken at any time w/iiitout incon
venience; <!o not can o any gl'ipihff,
nausea, diarrhtoa, excessive- loose
ness, flatulence or til her disajtreC
itblo eiY6ci, Try Uexall Orderlies:oil
t.r ?'?al'a III i -e: .'*. i ! .' ltd J? Collis,
;tjl !'_? t ablet m l?> ci ids. Hemeln
' ? I* von can ?>1>i:;i:i !,'<?? all Remedies
h!v at The Koxall Store.
Ill IIS 1 1 '
Citron, Fancy Seeded
Raisins, Currants, Figs,
Spices, Almonds, Cr? -
Iberries, Grapes, Apples,
Call and sec us
Mahaffey & Babb
PHONE 244 LAURENS, S. ('
Olio Im on Main street, close to the
Public square; six room, modern
dwelling; water, lights and sewerage.
\ nice home. Price (5,000.
?Jit", acres of land III Dial's township.
Known as the (.'apt. Swit/.or place; six
room cottage. ?J tenant houses, tine
barn and outbuildings. Price $211 acre.
02:"'i acres land near Tumbling
Shoala; bounded l>y lauds of \V, I),
ami .1 <;. Sullivan; S room dwelling;
good OUtbUildlUgS. Price $22.50 per
!?2'i acres land bounded by lands of
Daniel South, Davis land, Miss West
ami others. Known as tin- Culleu Dark
homestead. V room dwelling ami II ten
ant houses. Prices made right.
Terms ? asy.
71 acres on Ueedy Itlvor, bounded
by lauds of ,lamen Downey, Will Cald
wHl ami others. With tenant house,
Price, ?i'n per acre. Terms made
2','j acres of land, 0 room cottage
nicely located in the town of 11 ray
Court, with one of the II11 est Wells of
water in town. Pl'iCO, (2,300.
S room dwelling, 011 Centennial St..
I Clinton, s c. with SI hundredlhs of
; an acre of land,, Known as the Ci I'i Iii II
place. Priee, (1,000.
m acres oi land near I .an ford sta
lion, with dwelling, Price, $:.'n per
5n acres of land in Fountain inn.
uioolj located ; p| j,-,.. $2,000.
1125 acres land I miles of Curs Hill,
known as the old Campbell place.
Price (la per acre. Matty terms.
107 acres of land bounded by lands,
M II. Holder, W. D. Aborcrombie, and
others; s room dwelling, It tenant
houses, good barn ami oul-bulldlngs,
Prico $25.00 per acre. Tor ins: $1,000
cash, remainder in live equal Instal
IV"> acres Known as old floodgyil
place, has S room dwelling, II tenant
housi ... lino corn mill in good running,
order with 75 horse water power.
Price, $l,5uo, Terms made easy,
117 acres of land neat Cray Court,
hounded by lands of 10. T. Sh II, W.
K. ('.ray; seven room cottage, line
barn ami out buildings ami line past
ure. Price $00 per acre.
2tt0 acres of land near Dm bin Creek
church, bounded by lands of W. T.
Parks ami I.aureus While; il tenant
houses, well timbered, good state of
Cultivation, I'rice $110.00 per acre.
"7 acres laud, bounded by lands of
I. it. Weils. Thomas Hurts, and others
with live loom dwelling, good out
buildings; near lOkoin. Price $15 por
It acres of land in the town of Whit
mire. S. C , nicely situated, suitable
for dwelling lots. Price. $1,000.
One lot at Walts Mills, with seven
room cottage, 200 feel front ami 100
feet deep, with meat market. Price
150 acres land, one half mile of Dial
church, with ti handsome dwelling. ;i
tenant houses and good outbuildings.
Come tpiick if you want Pila place.
I'rice $50 per acre.
52 acres of land Just outside of tlie
corporate limits of tile town of ('.ray
Court, with one tenant house. Price
$50 per acre.
Two acre lot In the town of Cray
Court, with . mi.in dwelling, tilooly
located, Price $2,500.
One lot al Walls Mill-, 250 feel front
by 70 feet deep, I room collage and
out buildings;. I'rice $1,000.
G5 acres of land, with dwelling, good
barn and out buildings, near OwlllgB,
Prico $'1,500; terms made easy,
I I I acres bounded by lands of Je ff
Davis ami Herbert Martin; :i good ten
ant houses, and good barn. Price
$50 per acre.
100 acres of land, with flVO room
dwelling, It-room tenant house, good
out buildings, mar Hickory Tavern,
Sullivan township. I'rice $15.00 per
f.H acres of land in town of [.nil ford,
with tenant hoiis, at $50.00 per aero.
S'.i acres ol land in one mile of the
town of (tray Court, with two dwell-*
IllgU. I'i ice $11) per acre.
IMS acres of laud m ar Habllll Creek
church, H room dwelling, three tenant
houses. Price $112.50 per aero.
ss no res of land near Ummlotl's
church, hounded by lands of W. P.
Haitis and .llio. IllirdettO, Seven
room dwelling, 2 tenant houses, good
barn and Olli buildings. Price $:.'0
per m re.
(SO acres in Dial township, bounded
by lands oi Pink llellaiiis, l.udy Molt
ml It. c. Wallace. Prico $1,1100.
I 10 acres bounded by lamb; of Y.
(V Heliums and Mitchell Owens, in It
mile:; of l.uiircns; 2 dwellings and
out building 1, dice per acre.
'..' licres in town of Cray Court;
nice building site. I'rice $500.00.
127 acre; land in Sullivan township,
'.I room dwelling,, good out buildings, 1
tenant house, I'rice $110 per acre.
loo acres of laud in Youngs township,
11 room dwelling, two tenant houses,
good barn. I'rice $2.250.
517 acres land I miles of I,aureus,
bounded by lands Mrs. I'lirgoss, Mob
Krown, .IllO. Madden and Others; ('? ten
ant houses; 7 horse farm in cultivation.
Will In- cut into lots of 100 acres each.
I'rice $20 per acre.
J. N. Leak
Real Estate, Stocks and Bonds. (Iray Court, S. C.
When buyinvc a Watch
or any piece of Jewelry it
is well to know that you
buy of a party that knows
what he is sellin?; to you;
my IK years experience
gives me the advantage to
know just what I am buy
ing, and therefore I buy
only the best and you can
be sure when buying a
piece of Jewelry at my
store it is absolutely re
Watches, Clocks and
Jewelry repairing done
properly and guaranteed.
Rxporl Watch Maker ami Graduate
Optician, Next t<? Grays Hotel
Kyes Examined Proo
Laurcns, 5. C.
Too 1 .ate, Too I .ate,
to think about Inking out a policy
on your house if it is Already
burning. We take a risk hut not
a certainty. I f you have taken
time by the forelock, and insured
your property against lire, you
that the company Will pay all
your loSBCS. The race is to the
swift, and you owe it to your
family to protect them from all
troubles, Do not he a laggard,
Stocks - Donds - Insurance
Enterprise Hank Building
Laurens, S. C.