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THE WORLD WIDE WORK
ITS MEANING AND
Rev. J. HrncSt Thacker, secretory
og evangelistic work of tlie Prcsbyt'
mi olntrcli in the! Unit eil Btnlos, who
i.-i conduct in?-? n series of evangelistic
services hi Laurens, usss the design
in his evangelistic campaigns, called
"The World Wido H "'i'"v.
seats the world, which <so loved
as t? give "Ills dry begotten Soil)
that whosoever bcllevelh In f 11 * ?
should not perish, but have overturn
ing lif< ." it represents the cross of
Christ for the uplift und salvation of
This st ftiuti to I'u'tvc beeil Paul's Idea
when he Wrote "God forbid that I
should glory, save in the cross of our
Lord Jesus Christ, by whom the world
Is crucified unto nie and I unto the
world". And it seems to be Christ's
own Idea when he says. "I, if 1 be lift
ed up from the earth, Will draw all
men unto me." '? signifies that the
work of every Christian, of whatever
name or denomination, is to carry a
knowledge of Christ crucified on the
cross "for our sins ami rising again
lor our Justification" to fach ami ev
ery creature in the home-land ami in
the far away places ()?' the earth, that
the kingdoms of the world may speed
ily become the Kingdoms of our Lord
and of His Christ.
IlECKMKKIt Or I U I IL S Vl.LS.
'three Tracts und (lue Lot Seid Hj
Clerk of Court Kelt.
The weather being line there was
an Immense crow in the city Monday,
December solesdny. The only official
sales of the day were made by the
clerk of court as follows:
In the case of Anna L. Martin vs
H. II. Plnson et al, 153 acre tract in
Waterloo township, bid off for the
plaintiff for $1,075; Mary k. Cunning
ham vs George McPherson, 17r. acres
in Waterloo, soltl to Mrs. M. 11. Har
ris for $1,750; Katherine Senn et al.
vs Kemper St mi et al. iL' ncres in
Laurens township to K. A. Cooper for
$501 ; Hank of Laurens vs Andew Ca
rey. I1-., acre lot at Cold Point to the
H\ James V Leak,
Mr Jas X. Leak, the :> al OStSte deal
er, sold at auction (Hiring the day the
"Hilly llndgrns place," located near
Chestnut ithlgh Church and containing
Mis. Jessie A. Martin an I was bought
Seine Private Sales
(light Of the flame day the camp will
hold an Interesting < eremohlal sc? ion.
The COtlfllj V\ lioal Pen I es I,
Mi-. .1. v.'ade Anderson is still urging
upon the farmers of the county en
ter the wheat growing contest. Let
all the farmers in each township en
ter, plant ?nie acre the yield from
which is to conn* in the Contest. Mr.
Anderson is very desirous that the
IiameS of nil the entries he sent at
onee, cither to him or to The Advertis
OF MISS BOOZER
Beloved Young Woman Pusses, l'encc?
mil) \wny Kurl) Mundil)
The announcement yesterday of t f???
dentil (if Miss Anna Boozer, which <><?
cured at I o'clock in tin- morning of
Monday, was the occasion of much re
gret ami many expression of Sympathy |
in tiii.- eH>'' Though death was not
hin xpected, this hewp of this < ?ieellenl
young woniaii'H early demii ? was re-'
v>i>(tii wit,!) i?Q? nearly three,
y.-ai'n .Miss |.?..,.- i had been Confined
to fipr W?l Iii, suffering the ravages of
thai dread disease, consumption; and
though cut oil In hor young woman
hood, dentil was a relief lo (he great
ult'< ring she has undergone In late i
Miss Boozer had made her home |
with her chlor sister. Mrs. .1 Randolph
Little since nearly three years ago
when she was compelled on account
of her health to give up her cherislsh
od work, that of trained nursing, For
about two years she was engaged as
a nurse in the city hospital lit Augus
ta. Ott. Dining her resilience there
she made numberless friends, as she
did everywhere Win n here condition
became serious she came to 1.aureus
to live with Mrs. Little. There her
wants were ministered to by loving
hands until the end came, peacefully
ami quietly in the early hours of Mon
Funeral services were held Tuesday
afternoon in Clinton, the old home of
the Boozer family. The honorary
pall-hearers were: Messrs William
Boyd, .1. W. Ferguson. William Dorroh.
C. W. Tune. IL V. Simpson. B. F. Simp
son, and J. w. Todd. The active pall
bearers were Messrs. J, 11. Teague.
\V. D. Ferguson. (I. ('. Albright, R. E.
Copeland, Sye Owlngs, and Mason L.
Miss Boozer was the youngest
daughter of the lute J. J. Boozer, who
was during his life-time one of the
most prominent practitioners in 1.au
reus county. She was twenty-eight
years of age; a member of the Presby
terian Church, a woman of high char
act< r and true Christian disposition.
GOOD SHOW NEXT WEEK.
Manhattan Operu Comnnnj To Slug
"Olivette" In I,aureus.
Few opera companies. If any. ever
won the respect of the Southern the
atergoers so rapidly as have the ar
tists with the Manhattan Opera coin
any, which will play here on Decem
ber 14th. The Manhattans are making
fame for themselves on the present
tour of the south, and being warmly
endorsed by the southern press and
public. The local engagement with the
artists appearing in Audrnn's opera,
"Olivette." is hound to he an affair
that will pack the opera house to the
doors. There are people with the
Manhattans, mostly >i i rl s. and with
Miss Kittle Nice Pearle as the prlma
donna, the company will he seel) at
its he-' in this city.
Southern people are the first *o (oil
the theatrical magnates that the coun
try is fasl tiring of the horse piny so
frequi ntl.v seeii in musical companies
jidw touring the country. Tlib people
wan* Something richer than the horse
The <>p, r?i to i
Olio. The coti
lieu One Doctor Successful!) Treats
' l'1 (renting I'tieunmnlii," says far,
W..!. smith, of sunders; Ahn, '?nie only
remedy I tjse for inn lungti is Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy. While, bf
course, I would treat other symptoms
with different medicines. I fiaVO used
Mils remedy many limes in my modl
cal practice ami have yet tailed to
find a ease where u has. not controlled
the trouble I have used It m\. e|f. as
has. also my wife for coughs and colds
repeatedly, and I most willingly and
cheerfully recommend It as superior
to any other cough remedy to mv
knowledge," For sale by Laurent*
T!i<* books of the County Treasurer
will Ii?' open for the collection of state,
County and Commutation Road Taxes
for Ilsen! year. 1000. at the Treasurer's
ollice from October |."?tii to December
HI si, HMMI. AOer Decemb ?;? 31st. one
per ????lit will be add- (1, After Janu
ary 3.1st. two per ?-< :i i. win be a titled,
und after February -vlli. seven per
:?( ??;. nill be aibb <l till the I5(h dm of
Mart It, J!>K', when the books will' be
Al! persons owning property in more I
than one township ar>- requested to
call for receipts in each of the several
townships in which the property is lo
cAted. This is important, as addition- '
al cos! ami penalty mijy bq attached. I
.Ml ttble-boUied nude citizens be
tween the nprx of 21 and 00 years of
ano ore liable to pay a poll tax of $1.00,
except old soldiers, who are exempt
at fifty years of age. Commutation
Road Tax $1.00 in lieu of road duty.
Road Tux to be paid by the 1st day
of March. 1910. Other taxes to be
pain al the time stated above.
Prompt attention will be given those
who wish to pay tbelr taxes through
the mail by check, money-order, etc.
Persons sending in lists of names
to he taken off are requested to send
them early, ami give the township of
each, as the treasurer is very busy
during the month of December.
The tax levy is as follows:
State Tax . 6*4 Mills
Ordinary County Tax .... 3>4 Mills
Special Railroad Tax _ 1 Mills
Road Tax . :: Mills
Constitutional School Tax. It Mills
Total . IG'2 Mills
Laurens No. 11 . f. Mills
Trinity Ridne No. 1 . 4 Mills
Maddens No. 2 . 2 Mills
Narnie No. 3 . L* Mills
Bailey's No. l . 2 Mills
Mills No. 5 . 2 Mills
Oak Grove No. ft . 2 Mills
Votings' No. 2 . 3 Mills
Fountain Inn No. :;b .Id Mills
Lanford No. 10 . 2'_. Mills
Ora No. 12 . 2 Mills
Green Pond No. 1 . ".Mills
Shiloh No. :: . 2 Mills
Gray Court-Owlngs No. .*, .... 2 Mills
Rarksdale No. G . 2 Mills
Dials Church No. 7 . 2 Mills
Princeton No. 1 . ?"> Mills
No. 3 . 2 Mills
No. 4 . 4 Mills
No. 6 . 4 Mills
Tumbling Shoals No. 6 _ 2?? Mills
Hrewerton No. 7 . 3 Mills
Sullivan Township Railroad
Pond . 4 Mills
Waterloo No. 14 . ?? Mills
Mt. Gallagher No. 1 . :?; Mills
Bethlehem No. 2 . 2 Mills
F.kom No. 3 . 2 Mills
No. 4 . 2 Mills
No. D . :t Mills
Mt. Pleasant No. fi . 2 Mills
Mt. Olive No. 7. 4 Mills
Cross Hill Township.
Cross Hill No. 13 . f. Mills
Cross Hill No. 1 . 2 Mills
Cross Hill No. 2 . 2 Mills
Cross Hill No. t . 2 Mills
Cross Hill No. ." . 2 Mills
Cross Hill No. G . 2 Mills
Mount-. Hie No. IG . 4V6 Mills
Hunter No. 2 . 2 Mills
Hunter No. :: . 2 Mills
Clinton No. .". . Mills
f Seufllolo \\ 11 Tow ns hi p.
Lanford No. >?? . 2'a Mills
Ora No. 12 . 2 Mills
.1. D. MOCK.
October 1. 1000.
\ Double Pleasure.
i. !!!?? on you. Yon came home
o I did. my dear. I Jusl couldn't
t the pleasure ()f SCCillg two of
\ SK SSO IPS NO IKK.
Ilrewerton, Jnnunry 10, from 1 p. m.
to I p. II).
Bharpe's Store. January 20. from ;?
a. in, to 12 in.
Prlhcefoh* January 20, from I p. m.
to I p m.
Tumbling Shoals, January 21 from
In a. m. to 2 p. in.
1?. I), Harris's, January 21. from in
a. in. to 2 p. in.
Abhor Dnbb's, January 25, from in
a. in. to 2 p. m.
v, a. White's, January 21:. from 10
a. m. to 2 p. m.
Cook's Store, January 27. from hi a
in. 10 2 p. in.
Stewart's Store, January 28, from
in a. 111. to 2 p. 111
Young's, January 20, from l?i a. m
I?) 12 rri.
I Pleasant Mound, January 20, 2p, m
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Ladies1 Writing Desks and Fancy < Kid
Dressers, all made of the best quality material,
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LAURENS, S. C.
to I p. in.
Lnilfordi January 31, from 0 a. m.
to 12 m.
Ora. January 31, from 2 p. m. to t
Watts Mill. February 2, from 2 p.
m. to J p. m.
All male citizens between the ages
of 21 ami GO years on the 1st of Janu
ary, except those who are incapable
of earning a support from being main
ed or from other causes, are deemed
polls. Confederate veterans excepted.
All taxpayers are required to give
Township and No. of School District:
also state whether property is situated
111 town or country. Fach lot. tract
or parcel of land must hi' entered
After the 20th of February. 50 per
cent penalty will he attached for fail
ure to make returns.
W. T. IlORROH.
Dec. I. 1909 Id.
Winks is. SUOOZO.
"Stands to reason no Congregation
can agree as to the proper length for
"Why not "
"Some like -10 winks and some pre
fer a snooze." -Louisville Courier
All persons are hereby forbidden un
der penalty to trespass or to hunt on
the lands of the undersigned) the same
having been duly posted.
M. 'I'. Simpson.
K. (!. Davenport.
L. E. Davenport.
E. w. Pinson.
M. E. Pinson.
Cross Hill, s. c.
Citation lor Letters of Administration,
The State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
By o. G. Thompson, Probate Judge:
Whereas. C. W. Garrett made suit,
to me. to grant him letters of Admin
Istration of the estate and effects ot
w. it Garrott;
These are therefore, to cite and ad
, monish all ami singular the kindred
and creditors of the said \V. II. Carre'I,
: deceased, that they be and appear be
' fore me in the Court of Probate, to be
hold at Laurens C. 11.. S. C on tic
Oth day of December, 1900, next. aftOI
publication hereof, at 11 o'clock ill
? the forenoon, to show cause, if any
they have, why said Administration'
should not be granted.
Given under my hand this, 29th (lay
of Noveinber.Anno Domini 1909.
O. G THOMPSON,
J, P. L. C.
Clinton, S. C.
AT %> tp. M.
VI 1 O ?i
J :' These lots arc* a division of the Wofford properly facing
Green street, Bell street and a new street through from Green
street to Celia Vance estate. These lots lie well,are in ;i good
part of the town and are most desirable for building lot:? for
^ colored people.
W The colored people are urged to bid for these lots and build
%% on them. Nearly all lots in this section of the town are
owned by colored people of the better class. Now is your
$L chance to get *i lot at your own price and on the terms you
w can afford to buy.
jf Terms of 5ale One third cash, remainder in three equal
' annual installments, if desired.
J. N Leak
The Real Estate Man