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Are in the Northern Markets Hunting for
Bargains for their Stores
L E. BURNS,
Of Laurens, S. C.
J. C. BURNS,
Of Greenwood, S. C.
L. N. ENTREKIN,
Of Anderson, S. C.
W. A. HARTIN,
Of Greenville, S. C.
C. D. ENTREKIN,
Of Spartanburg, S. C.
Something Doing. Keep Your Eyes on
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For Bargains This Season
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money is to save money
and use what you save.
THE BAN K 3^ LAU RENS
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LAURENS, S. C.
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? UNION MEETING PROGRAM. *
The program of the Union Meet
ings of the Laurens Baptist Associa
tion are as below. As will be seen
the meetings are to be held the last
two days of the month.
The union of the Fourth Division
of Laurens Baptist Association will
meet with Holly Grove church, Sat
urday morning, March 30th, 1912 at
10:15 o'clock. Pastor B. P. Mitchell
Informs us that tho church oxpects
dinner on the grounds both Saturday
10:45?Devotional service led by W.
P. Brown. Organization. Annual
election of officers.
11:15?Tho value of the Bible and
Man's Duty In Regard to It. 2 Tim..
5:15, 16. John 8:32 J. II. Wharton,
L. A. Cooper, R. P. Mitchell.
12:00?Intermission and dlnnor.
1:00?The Sabbath, (1) Its Institu
tion; (2) Its purpose; (3) Is It prop
erly observed at the present time?
Why?. Gen. 2:2, 3. Matt. 12:12. J. A.
Martin, L. M. Hnllowny, W. M. Sum
1:45?Church discipline. (1) New
Testament authority for corrective
discipline; (2) the benefit derived from
it. W. C. Wharton, W. P. Turner, W.
2:30?Discussion of Matt. 6:20,21. J.
A. Martin, W. H. Pinson, S. H. Gog
Sunday, March 31.
10:00?-Devotional service led by
Rev. L. M. Hallo way.
10:20?The day of tithing. Rev. P.
10:45?A layman's missionary talk.
W. P. Culhortson.
11:00?Missionary sermon by Rev.
L. A. Cooper or Rev. J. A. Martin.
12:00?Intermission and dinner.
1:00?The claims of our mission
boards and the needs of the various
fields. General discussion led by Rev.
L. M. Halloway and J. ll. Wharton.
W. P. Culbertson,
The 3rd and 4th divisions of the
Laurens association will meet with
the Highland Homo Raptlst church,
March 30 and 31, 1912.
9:30?Devotional exercises, T. S.
10:15?DiscnsHlon of Matt. 6:10 by
W. A. Baldwin.
11:45?Present condition and needs
of the Foreign Mission Board, W. E.
11:30?God's plan for financing the
kingdom, B. P. Mitchell.
12:30?The lordship of Jesus Christ.
('. B. Bobo.
1:00?-Recess and dinner.
2:15.The relation of a local church
to the kingdom of Heaven, J. O. Mar
tin and W. II. Mahon.
3:00?Why the deason's offlco? R. D.
Boyd, Thos. Brown and W. II. Barks
4 :00?Miscellaneous business and
9:30?Devotional services, T. S.
I(i:no A Mission study class In a
country church, A. II. Moore and A.
10:46?-If you were a Stipt. of a
'Sunday School In a country church,
how would you proceed? c. II. Ropor.
11:30?-A missionary address to
laymen by c. B. Boho.
12:30?Adjourn for dinner.
2:00?Why homo missions? B. P.
2:45?How to Christianize South
Carolina? B. I.. Henderson. C. II, Hop
3:30 Miscellaneous business and
H. L. Bnggott.
The Union mooting of tho First
Division of Laurens Association, will
meet In Harmony Baptist church,
March, 30, 31. 1012.
Saturday. March 30. 1912.
9:30 a. m.?Devotional and song
service conducted by T. J. Hughes.
10:00 a. in.?Organization. The
roll of church will be called and del
egates will bo expected to respond In
five minutes talk, giving report of the
work done In their church, Sunday
?Ohool and Mission I'nlon, etc.
11:00 a. ni.?How May we Cause
I the ChurchcB to Become Moro Inter
ested In the Union Meetings? Geo. T.
Cook, and others.
11:30 a. m.?My Ideal Church. W.
H. Drummond. J. J. Riddle, Charles
Wiley. John B. Cook.
2:00 p. ll.?Is "Tithing" 8crlptural.
and is It contained In tho New Testa
ment Teachings? Rev. J. J. Payseur.
Rev. A. O. Allison, Thomas Cooper.
2:30 p. m.?What should be done
with a church member, who Is not,
and will not become intero?ted in
church work. B. E. Guinn, T. B. Rid
dle, J. A. Marler, T. J. Hughes.
3:00 p. m.?Why should and how
can every church member be a Mis
sionary? J. R. Martin. Oscar I^inford,
R. A. HellamB, 8. M. Collier.
Sunday. March 31. 1912.
9:46 a. m.?Devotional service con
ducted by J. M. Trogdon.
10:00 n. in.?Sunday School Mass
Meeting. How to Prepare the Les
son? Thomas Cooper, J. A. Marlor,
W. M. Croker. How to Teach the
Lesson. Oeorge T. Cook. .1. J. Riddle.
T. J. Hughes. How to Recite tho Les
son, W. P. Croker, William Hobo.
11:00 a. m.?Missionary Sormon,
Rev. J. J. Payseur or Rev. A. O. Alli
7:30 p. m.?Sermon. Rev. J. M.
T. J. Hughes.
George T. Cook,
J. J. Riddle.
J. M. Trogdon.
Many sufferers from rheumatism
have been surprised and delighted with
the prompt relief afforded by apply
ing Chamberlain's Liniment. Not one
case, of rheumatism in ten requires
any Internal treatment whatever. This
liniment Is for sale by all dealers.
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION.
Thirty Fifth Annual Session to be
Held in Greenwood April 10th to
Tho Thirty-fifth annual Sunday
School Convention for South Carolina
will bo held at Greenwood, April 16th
to 18th, 1912. An unusually strong
program has been arranged. The
music will be quite a feature. The
famous blind composer. Dr. Adam
Qeibel will be at tho piano, while the
singing will bo led by Mr. .1. Lincoln
Hall, of Philadelphia. There will also
be a mammoth parade of Sunday
School workers from the Cradle Roll
;.) the Home Department.
Laurens County Is entitled to six
teen (16) delegates, which will be se
lected from the various denominations
A. C. Todd of Laurens, is president of
the County Association, and those
who expect to attend should apply to
him at once for credentials.
STOPS THAT ITCH
Tf you aro Buffering from TCczema,
PsorlaHlH or any other kind of skin
troulile, drop Into our store for In
Btunt relief. Wo will Kunrnntee you
to stop that itch In two aaconde.
A 2bc trln.1 bottle will prove It
We have sold other remedies for
skin troubles, but none that we could
recommend more hlffhly than the well
known compound of Oil of Wlnter
irreen. Thymol and a few other In
Krodlenta that have wrought such won
derful cures all over the country.
This compound, known as D. D. D.
Prescription, will cool and heal the
Itchy, burning- skin as nothlnK else
can. Get a re?rular bottle and see?on
our no-pay offer.
LAURENS DRUG CO.
I.aureus, S. C.
SUNDAY SCHOOL INSTITUTE.
Trinity Methodist Church, March 30th.
and 81st, 1912.
Saturday I?. M.. March 30th.
7:30?Song and devotional service.
8:00?Our stan lard of excellence
for Sunday schools. By J. M. Way.
Sunday March 31st.
10:00?Sunday school lesson taught.
10:30?All the children and all Un
church In the Sunday School. By J.
11:00?The Sunday school teach
ers' methods and work. By J. M. Way.
12:00 llow to put new life Into tho
adult classes. Hy J. P. Coats.
ROCOSS for dinner on the grounds.
2:30 Song and devotional service, j
2: I ft Some of tho essential points ,
in our forward movomonl In Sunday
school work. Hy J, M. Way.
3: If. What constitutes a well or
ganized Suntiny school. Hy ('. H. Ow
3:30 -The duties of the quarterly
conference as ii hoard of managers of
the Sunday BChool: Hy A. C. Puller.
!1:4G An open conforonco for all
kinds of questions and answers.
ThO public in general is invited to
attend and take part. Let every In
terested Sunday school worker in
rOACh come and have something to say
Jas. P. Attaway,
Pastor Trinity Church.
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cauiea it to fade and eventually to fall
out. And betldea, It's irritating and
annoying to have your scalp itching and
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Ii you want to get rid of the Dandruff
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burning?to have a really clean and
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HAIR HE A LT H to- day?prove to your
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YoOl money hack if not satisfactory.
$100 and SOs at Dm; Store? or (Sittel upon
receipt of price and dealer* Dame. Sent 10* lor
trial bottle I'hilo Hay Spec. Co., Newark, N. J.
For sale and recommended by
LAUKKNS DRUG CO.
Laurens, S. C.
Healing Ointment *>r Harness Galls
We have a small lot of samples.
Call for one. Don't delay for we cant
get more after the lot is given away.
Palmetto Drug Company f
W. H. WASHINGTON, Manager
Makes Warm Friends
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idled the Oliver
all day ai\d
If the hone* feel that way,
how do you auppoae the man'
(who haa been holding the
Probably mighty well satis
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He haa done more work,
better v.-crk, and with greater
ease?simply because he used an
Why^don 't" you be ' one of these men ?
We will bo*glad to ahow you the plow?to answer
questions?and to convince you that this is the plow
for you .to . buy;
"BIIIIiT XLOR* SERVICE*
J. D. CULBERTSON
Madden, S. C.
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