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% THE PREACHER CAUGHT HER. J
? By W. D. S.
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Mrs. Bat son, a Scotch Irish lady liv
cd up on South Kabun Crock, AH he
children married and left her on th
old plantation, she omployed an ol
Hampton Legion man to look alter he
farming and other interests. Ho fe
her stock and bad wood cut and lire
made. One Sabbath the preacher froi
Gilgal came in to spend the night. Th
weather was cold, and more wood wa
ordered to be brought In. A aegr
boy picked up the axe. and commence
to cut some, as the supply on hand rui
short. The boy had the axe ringiltj
at the wood pile. You know how lout
the strokes will sound on the stillnes
of the Sabbath day. Soon as sh<
beard It. she rushed out on the piaz/.a
leanod over the banister and bcckonei
to the hoy to come to her. When In
got near she said to him in low tones
"You black rascal; drop that axe: yoi
cutting wood on the sabbath day am
the preacher here! Gel the hand sav
and saw the wood so the preaclici
won't here the noise. So 11 wa:
alright, if tin* preacher didn't catel
her in the act.
The annual Inspection of the Trayn
ham Guards, Co. I>.. l ist infantry. Y
(5. S. C, wdl lake place April 'Jv Ma
jor W. T. Brock, assistant adjutam
general, who is now making lib
rounds of inspection in this state. Is
quoted by The State with releram <
1o the state militia companies as fol
"There has been very little chntlgt
in the condition of the military coin
panics ol the state, we have IllspeC
ted so far '. There has been market
improvement with several of the com
panics while some have fallen off."
An" yon frequently hoarse? Do yot
have that annoying tickling in youi
throat. Does your cough annoy yot
at night, and do yon raise mucus Ii
the morning? Do you want relief.' |
so. take Chamberlain's Cough Itemed}
and you wll be pleased. Sold by Lau
rens Drug Co.
LAUREN5 DRUG CO
The Rexall Store
Webtter'e NEW INTERNATIONAL Dicii^ury,
(G. & C. Merriam Co., Springfield, Matt.)
surpasses the old International at much at that j
book exceeded ita predecessor. On the old 1
foundation a new superstructure hat been built.
The reconstruction Irnt been carried on through j
many yeart by a large force of trained workers,
ander the supervision of Dr. W, T. Harris,
former United Statet Committioner of Educa
tion, and reenforctd by many eminent special
ists. The definitiont have been rearranged and '
amplified. The number of term* defined ha? |
keen more than doubled. The etymology,
tynonymt, pronunciation, have received un
?pariog scholarly labor. The language of
English literature for over teven centuries, the
terminology of the artt and tciencet, and the
every day speech of ttreet, shop, and houte
fcold, are pretented with fullness and clearness,
la tile of vocabulary, in richcttt of general
information, and in convenience of consulta
tion, tke book aett a new mark in lexicography.
^400,000 words and phrases.
6000 illustrations. T
Wt*e t? Ism paV?slMrt f?r Se*t!??i F*c?a.
Chamberlain s Cough Remeoy
Mr. L. ABEBCB0MB1E DEAD.
Former Laurens Comity Citizen Die
at Fountain Inn.
Tim following special to th?> Coium
bis State from Fountain inn. unde
date of Mandl IT,, tolls of the death c
one of this county's most useful an
valued citizens, though he bad re
cently adopted our neighboring tow
as bis homo:
Mr. Louis Abercromblo, a native c
Laurens county but for the past sev
eral years a resident of ibis place, die
at bis home at 7 a. m. yesterday, an
bis body will he burled today in th
cemetery at Green Pond Methodis
Church, where lie was for a long tlm
an active member. lie was born Jut;
C, 1852. After his marriage to Mis
Mayo Yeargln he resided upon his fai n
in Lnurens county. Ho moved win
is family to this place three years age
As a farmer lie was most successful
He was also associated with severa
prominent business enterprises, havinj
been at one time a director of tin
Fountain Inn Manufacturing company
and of the Hank of Commerce of Green
ville. lie was principal promoter am
the Hist president of the People's Hani
of Fountain Inn. On account of il
health hi> was forced to retire fron
active business two years ago, and fol
the past lew months he has been con
lined to his home and at times sufferet
greatly, lie is survived by a wife am
his three sons. Herbert, Clarence am
Fletcher, am! two daughters, Mrs. .1
\V. Wham and Mrs. A. .1. Hughes.
Mow Ilctitcl M. K. Chun Ii Was Ituilt
To the editor of The Advertiser: ?
Please allow me space in your column!
to express in a humble way our thank:
for. ami appreciation Of, tlm very ox
cellent consideration and liniforii
kindness that have he? n shown us
by the white and colored people of thi
city and community in our churcl
work here. We have labored on al
most without means to live upon, am
certainly without Btifllclent means t<
take care of outsell' and family am
pay our obligations promptly. lin
Somehow we still continue to move on
hoping for a better and brighter day
This state of things has gone oi
for these three years while we havt
been striving to build a bouse of wor
ship for our congregation. The housi
will be creditable to ihe congregntloi
and to the good white and Coloret
friends that have contributed to its
ei eel Ion.
It has been three years of greai
sn< rlllco upon the strength, faith am
resources of the membership, and we
have endeavored to he an example
of sacrifice and privation along witl
the people for whom we labor in tlu
vineyard of the Lord.
Our white friends havo helped in
most excellently In the past, for whlcl
we are very, very greatful Indeed, am
trust we have merited sufficient ol
their confidence as to satisfy them am
till concerned that every penny givei
has been properly applied. Bro. J. s
Hunter who Is chairman of the build
ing committee, has had charge of the
application of every dollar of tin
funds We endeavor to be an example
to our congregation and people for ol
der and reaped of law and decencj
in all things; we preach it from oui
pulpit, and in public and private.
We are now at work em the church
finishing the auditorium, which wt
hope to complote by the 10th of Apri
next, and on that day hold the flrsi
services in it. which will take the forn
of a grand jubilee and thanksgiving,
rally, and all our members will giv?
five dollars and upwards as a thanl
While we heartily tl ank our gooe
friends for what they have done foi
us in the past, we cordially and pray
orfltlly invite Ihom to come with ui
on the 10th of April and help us t<
worship and give thanks and bring a
long an offering.
\\'e nppenl to 'he white people eif tin
community to help us by making sucl
gifts as their liberal hearts shall sug
Such offering'! may be left at elthe
of tlm banks of the city or at Bro. -I
S. Hunter's store, or cbee-ks may bi
sent to the pastor through the pos
Office. Do this and oblige yours
f. y. Dendy,
Pastor of Bethel M. f. Church,
i Laurens, 0, C, March 2."..
Leu then Bagwell. It. L, Blbson, Mis
F.ddlca LIggins, .lules l.umhey. W. I
Lawrence, Young McCormick, Timoth
Plnson, .lohn Khoodes, Miss Mar
Silencer. P. W. Dennis.
The above letters have remained I
this offlco uncalled for for a perlr?
of two weeks ending March 26th 191(
The owners of any of the above ma
obtain same by the payment of on
cent on each letter advertised.
OEO. S. McCRAVY, P. M?
Laurens, S. (
March 27th, 1910.
The Chamber of Commerce will mee
next Tuesday night. All persons hn\
Ing any interests in Laurcns are ir
Explanation of Terms*
A complete fertilizer Is one- wlrlel
s contains the three essential TorcnTifeini
constituents, I. e., nitrogen, phouphoii?
. acid, and potash.
,. Nitrogen exists in fertilizers" ita three
,f distinct forms, viz.. as orgnniC: amt'ter
(I as ammonia, and as nitrates? It i
i. ' the most expensive fertili/.ingi. iagredf
Organic nitrogen Is nitrogen m com
,C bination with other elements either at
. vegetable or animal matter. The more
,1 valuable sources are dried blood; drier
,1 meat, tankage, dried dsn. antl.votton
0 seed meal.
t Ammonia is a compound of nitroger
q more readily available to plants t.bur
v organic nitrogen. The mostt ?ooimor
s j form is sulphate of amonia. or am
,i monlum sulphate, it is on* of the
i, first products that results fruui the de
ear of veBetztibtor anlirratltfiitstancef
!i Nitrates furnrah the im im retttily a
nudahlc fornnt- of nttroRrti. TTre mos
c Ciommon arc i iterate of so>\k: ami ottrat
of potash (suUfptrtor).
a Phosphoric -told, one of the essentia
, fertilizing Ingredients, is thrived fron
i materials callhdi phosphates: ?t doe
- trot exist aious; hut in aomlibtatton
most common!? as phospilate of linn
- in the form ol dones, roeif phosphate
i and Phosphatid!slog.' Phosphoric ach
; occurs in fertllV/ors in three forms?
I soluble, revertein' and insoluble phos
- phortc acid.
Potash, as af constitutum- ?j?f ferti
i J1 izers. exists m? a numbftr of forms
i but chiefly as irhtoride or muriate am
i as sulphate. All forms ?ru freely so
- luble in water and. are bo.Hoved to bi
j nearly, if not unite, equally available
tany>'ini?rf?)?sly aff?ct irtevquurft-y- c
tobacco, potatoes, and certain othe
cnjptt. The cfttef sources irt- potash ar
11 n imi.r ??'> ?all? from ?*?nsfurt. Oer
HMny?kntnit. sylvlnit, nuiriat?? of pot
iv.)i; Hulpbate of soda, a lid'sulphate o
p(Anal\ aurf mapriesia. Wuciriasbes atu
cottoiithuil ashes are albtrr.aoucces o
lire Home HcuiMdfuf.
Svery family takes priu?iii the h'oini
llwatr. i.f wwll paroled >. n'.: he & M
Point Owe coat only b?antiMes tun
also adds vatoe and lno.r<?iaes ft? sale
abW ohoncca. The L. & M:.'Colors ar<
bright antt lasting. The M: is ua
ed.by everybody who studies economy
andi?ses the very best at flhe least cost
Coxt only about ?1.80 petpgalfrm whei
rt ady-to-i\se. It is Metal Zinc Oxid?
and Lead* Combined. It wars and cot
Sttld by J. IT. & M. L. ."lash, Laurena
il iV! flnrM?l:*Tnt ?. Cn
Servioes -jA: Mbimtvillo nest Sunday
liJr ? ppiKtor. Al elbven olcloohV subject:
'*T?e Sanc-rtrwaUian that - Soncfcifles."
rVt< night I wtll. preach on the. "Final
Preservation-, of the Saint? of tiod."
vVF itrn Invitedt tt)i both, set vdous.
B. P. Ultthell. .
1>R. CLIFTON JONES
Office in Simmons. 15aUdinyj
W?one: Offi?? No. 86; Residenoe 219.
; ??r^KIng'a New L?lto Pills
And we have just the things you
want to* put on to make yowrseM:
prices are right.
Some Specials for Saturday!
Flaxon, special IiOc everywhere,, only
40-inch White Lawn, special forSaturday,.
The prettiest India Linon, for Saturday
Just look at that lot of 36-inch Percales,
for Saturday only,
See that Scrim to make you a. spring cur
tain out of, was 8c, but to clean out a f \
lot we have, special for Saturday only, ?"
10c Curtain Swiss, for Saturday only, #09
Table Linen?Everybody wants a nice new Table
Cloth for spring. We have it. The A A
50c kind, special forSaturday only, ?nr^r
The 25c kind, special for Saturday only, .22
20 pieces of Poe Mill Bleaching to go Sat- Aft
urday, and only 10 yds to customer, at ? "O
We have it and it is not high. You can have
a nice, nobby Hat for a little money. So come in
and look at them.
Ladies** Misses' and Boys^
We- have them in all th&<Toes.-a$4; the? I?rico&
are- Just away down.
Specials for Saturday Only
AJ1 $2'..00> Low Cuts for Lfcdi.es ? J&9
All $1.50. Ladies* Low G&ts, special,. 9
See- thos# $2.00 Boys'Intent Lathers*, t *70
for Saturday only/,, at / V
5 and 10c Store
Be sure you visit, the
5C ani> IOC SiTORE
while you are in tawn. Msany bargains, for you in ^
We are going 'to sell a'i a special price Saturday
Ten lbs>Best Chewing Tobac&ft
in this towB for only
Now y<i<u need not ask for one pound, as it 5 g
W.5M be strictly ?O^
Be sure and be on hand as I have many bargains awaiting you.
BE ON HAND SATURDAY
J. L. HOPKINS,
LAU RENS, - SOUTH CAROLINA