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VOLUME XXXI. LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1915.
INT[R[STING IT[M 8
FROM THE COUNTV
News Letters From Many "
GIVE LOCAL NEWS Y
liappenings of Interest to Many Peo- h
ple all over the County and to Those t
Who Have Left the Family Hearth
stone and Gone to Other States.
* LONG VIEW NEWS. * 0
Long View, Aug. 30.-The people of I
Long View enjoyed a barbecue last ai
Tuesday at Mr. L. E. Reeder's spring. w
The young people had ice cream at p!
Alr. R. L. Cole's that night which was
enjoyed by all.
MIr. and M'rs. Sam Clealand qf Bush
River visited Mr. J. 0. Smith's one a
night last week.
Mirs. Carrie Collins and her grand
daughter, Clarice Munday, of Green- M
wood is visiting her sister, Mirs. L. W. iI
Miss Lois Reeder has returned af- IT
ter a two weeks' visit at Greenwood.
Miss Desdie Adair and her brother, 01
Mir. Carson Adair has returned to their ]p
honles at Clinton and Camden. v
Mrs. J. H. Burns and children have ti
returned hiome after a two weeks' visit w
with friends and relatives. tc
liss Allie Wells of Saluca is visit- 0
lig friends and relatives in this see- j
'Mr. and Irs. Bill Ward spent Sat
urday night with their father's fami- T
ly, Mr. J. W. 'Ward. Ir
Mrs. J. B. Uitt and little AMay and
Bessie, spent the day with her uncle
and aunt, Mr. andI Mrs. R. L. Cole.
NMr. .\liller Cole has been visiting his
aunt Mrs. Bettle Austin.
The people have cleaned off the
Mlauldin cemetery. It is looking beau
Mrs. Bee Watts and Lucile are visit
Ing her cousin, Mrs. L. E. Reeder.
We will soon have our school build
ing completed. t)
Mirs. Rosa Cole Is visiting her aunt,
Mirs. Bettle Austin.
* 0CROSS HILL NEWS. *
Cross Hill, Augi 30.--Tlie union
meeting held here at the Baptist
church Saturday and Sunday was a
good, successful meeting in every way.
The attendance was good, the spirit of
the meeting was fine, and the discus
sions of the v,arious topics was full of c(
life and earnestness. The usual warn
fellowship and unanimity characteriza
ed tle-' proceedings throughout. Ev
ery one entered heartily into the de- G
votions aiil exercises Saturday and 1l
seem(,d] to enjoy the entire program. 11
Sunday morning the usual Sunday
school exercises were held at 10
o'clock and at 11 o'clock MIr. Fred M.
Buirnett, streasurer of Anderson Col
lege, dleliveredc~ a mlost excellent and
anrtriuct ive address, using for his
theme "The Iloys and the Sundlay
School." The missionary sermon wa's
pre'ached at 12 o'clock by R1ev. E. A.
Fuller who pointed out with clearness
andi muchl force the opp~ort~unity and i
duty of America, as we'll as individuals,
in giving the gospel to the world ai
this time. ' His text was, "W~ho kniow
eth wvhethier thou art come into the
kingdom foi' such a time as this"?
Esthier, -1:1-1. Thue discour'se wvas ap
most earnest appeial for a missionary
spirit'and worlk. iiolt the address by h
Mr. Bur'nett and( the sermon by Mir.
Fullei r were top! Cs of frr-'i uen t exprie s
sinns of coImmiendationl by meiiber's of
the audlience. .
Because of some iirregularitiles in i
the election for' cotton weigher the
Demoecratic club at this place has o'
defe~'d a nothler' elect i ... Sev~er'al can- D)
didafes arc out for the place.
Thme Cross Hill1 school willI open uip
again on Monday, feopt. 18. A good
attendance is expectedl.0
Mi's, Sudlio Cambell andi (daughter, of
Antie'son and Mr'. Lat Rasor of Don
alds were visitors in our town last
week-end. Mr's. Cambell is a native
of Laur'ens county andi a formei' rest-N
dent of Cross Hill. Herm many friends
were glad to see hier in their midst *
it was the regi'et of many~ fi'iends ai
that Moderator Wado H1. Pinson was of
unable to attend the Union meeting af
here because of sickness. I
MEETI' IN CLINTON
nn111ud Meeting of the Third District
Medlcal Association to be IIelId T11o
The annual meeting of the Third t
istrict Medical association, compris- f
g the counties of Abbeville, Green- t
nod, Laurens and 'Newberry, will be
1(d at Clinton tomorrow afternoon.
r. T. L. W. Bailey and Dr. J. L.
rmng, composing the ontertainnient
mniittee. are busily engaged in mak- I
g preparations for the reception of C
te visiting doctors. C
The meeting will open in Copoland I
til at 2:40 p. in., when an address c
ill be delivered by Dr. 0. B. Mayer, f
Newberry. This Is to be an open I
ceting and the public is invited to
tend. The subject will be one which t
il interest the layman as well as the I
lysician. After this address the t
isociation will go into regular ses
on when papers will be read and
mtine business attended to. A full r
.tendance of doctors is expected at I
is session. t
The social feature of the meeting
il not be overlooked. Following the
isiness session in the afternoon, the C
(lies of Clinton will take the doctors
i tow and give them an automobile I
de around town. This Is to be an
'iginal trip as auto trips go, as the
dies themselves will pilot the carsg
'hen this fact becomes known over
iC district, it is expected that there
ill be a concerted movement of doc- I
rs tpward Clinton, to the discomfort
suffering patients and the chagrin
all who will have to remain at c
Tt is understood that a number of!
aurens phystelans will attend the -
ceting and they are anticipating a I
easant and profitable gathering. 4
Lila and Marie Compton, of Coro
ica were here Saturday for the Union
A revival meeting is in progress this
eck at Bethabara Baptist church,
miducted by Pastor J. A. Martin and
)n, Rev. Guy Martin.
Mr. AW. Paul Martin, a recent grad
ite of Furman will -be found during
to remainder of this year a salesman
ith J. H. & W. E. Rasor.
HOPEWELL NEWS. *f
Hiopewell, Aug. 3.-Many refresh
g ,;howers have fallen since last. we
rote. Crops are looking splendid,
rmers are all busy pulling fodder
id picking peas.
Mrs. Mollie Teague of Madden, is
siting relatives and friends in our
Master Don Boyd has returned from
pleasant visit to Greenwood.
Misses Louise and Linda l)avis of t
reenwood, returned yesterday to
eir home after a pleasant visit to
elir uncle, Mr. Marshall Williams. t
Miss Mattie Brock is visiting Mr.
id Mrs. J. C. Boyd In Laurens. -
.1. F. Workman, Jr., little son of Mr.
loyd Workman, who'was feared to be
'itically ill from the effects of stick- .
g a nail in his foot is much improv
I at this time. -
Miss Louise Workman has been ~
ected music teacher in the high
hool at Mountv'ille. We congratulate
em on securing the services of such ~
talented young lady.
.\r. and .lrs. J1. L. icikert, Mesdames ~
M. Moniroc and Rhett Crawford at
nded the funeral of their kinswo
an, M\rs. M\argaret Allison at New
pospect church last Wednesday.
Mr's. Ra~chel Bonds has returned to
r home after a visit to her daughter
r:4. F'loydi W~ork man.
M\iss Edna Stewart, after a stay of
veral weeks with her sister, Aira.
~o. Brown, has ret urned to lher' home
Mr. Jecsse lloyd, wife andi little s
uighter, Miss Nell lloyd, and Mirs. 1
r. Boydl are on a visit to their father, n
in. W. ID. lHoyd.t
Mrs. Kate Barre andl daughter, of e
awberr'y, visited for a few (lays Inp
ir mid1(st last wveek. l
Mrs. C. V. Monroe andl Master F
and~e are visiting In Newberry. o
Miss Ethel Williams is on a visit s
grandlfathier, Dr'. Williams, near
DIALS NEWS., * t
Dials, Aug. 30.-The home of Mir. fi
I Mr's. Jim Armstrong was the scene a
a very piretty party last Saturday
ternoon, when their daughter, Miss tf
wey entertained tue0 members of theot
(Continuedr on Pnae Eight.) ,
FOLLOWING THE HOUNIS.
,aurenis uIIntsinn In Party FolloVIlmg
the Chase near Charleston.
Headed by John D. W. Watts, a par
y of Laurens huntsmen hnve been in
he lower part of the State hunting
ox and other running game. Friday
norning's News . and Courier had a t
wo column story On life with the
ampers. The introduction to the
tory was as follows:
"Twelve sportsmen from the upper I
'art of the State are now on a ten
lay fox hunt at Mount Holly, guests
f Mr. E. M. McCandish, of the Mount
lolly Development Company. Fifty- v
ino hounds are in the pack assembled
or the outing and the result of the t
tunts during Thursday, Friday, Satur- r
lay and Monday was a catch of four
een foxes. The hunters arrived last
Vednesday night and will depart for )
heir respective homes Saturday.
Those on the hunt are: lr. J. D. W.
Vatts, Government farm demonstrator L
or Laurens county, of Laurens; Ir.
). F. 1tird, of Lexington, and secre
itry of the State Fair Association; Dr.
Y. J. Summers, of Cameron; Nlr. G. S.
Vham, of Laurens; Mr. A. lason 11111,
if Cross 1till; Mr. D. 1llis Ellrd, of,
jexington; Mlr. S. E. Hien(lrix, of Lex
ngton; .\1r. S. F. Corley, of Lexington;
Ir. 13. Y. Hollingsworlth, of Cross
lil; Nir. C. W. Caughnan, of Lexing
on; M1r. 1,. S. iludgens, of Laurens. t
.nd Mr. David Summers, of Cameron.
'eter Hleyward is the cook for tile
In Junuary nud in Aueust.
These sportsmen, "followers of the
hase," go out on hunts twice every
ear, during the full moon in Jaiuary
nd during the full moon in August.
Ir. Watis stated that tle Laurens con
ingent lad gone on suich hunts semi
nuimally for the last thirty years. Mr.
Mfird declared that the Lexington mhen
1.1d beln observing the salme custom
or about as long. The "''Triple Ali.
lice," as one1 of the miiemiibers spoke
if the make-up of the party. three"
ounties being represented, has been
ecently form1ed, but all were umnan
Mous of tlie opinion that its dissolu
ion was a most imi probable supposi
lio. Counties represented are Lan
ens, Lexington and Calhoun. i
Yesterday the visitors were tendere( 2
deer hunt by ir. Samuel G. Stoney P
nd did not arrive at headquarters
ntil about. S o'clock last night. While
tone of the fleet. footed animals were a
agged a great time '.as had, they de
JIEMI HEIIS OF~ Til E ,J1'iY,
or the Court of General Sess in
Wh'lh Convenes 31oidiay, Sept. 13th.
The following is the list of the geni
ieien of the jury for the next session
f the Court of General Sessions
hich will convene on londay, Sep
Laurens: W. N. Austin. T. P. Brown,
R. Reid, R. 1. Sorgee.
Dials: T. 'D. Farrow, 1. W. Boyd, a
V. Hf. Hlendet'son, HI. J. Armstrong,a
.J. I lolconibe, J1. Rlapley Hllams.
Youngs: J. D). Johnson, A. C. Crow,
M1. Thomas, T. W. Cannady, G. .1.
Seuflintown: W. R. Anderson.
Jacks: J. IT. Stone, F. R. Ray, .1. L. 3
Ifunter: D). .\IT. Williams, J1. C. .\c
nuley, J1. II. Phinney, J1. 11. Speake.
'Cross 11111: J. C. Workmnan, .1. T1. o
Vcils, it. HT. Fuller.
Wiaterloo: 3. 3!. Smith, flerbert I
ueker, WA. C. WVharton. W\. F. .\ lan- n
31, A. I. Full or, J1. 31. iDavis. e
Sullivan: S. C'. Cook, M1. II. M1c(uen, e
V. D). Sullivan, .Jr., C. W. Killinugs- u
- ------. - ~.-- it
Rov. na 3irs. W. E. Thiayo:'. of
umiter, have ben visitinug iriends in
ie city for' 'everal da:ysi. Sun day
lorning and evening M\r. Thlayer ne-.
uipled the pulpit of the Pirist Ha ptist
hurcho, large congregations being
resent to hear him at both services.
ev. Mir. Tihayer is now pastor of the
'irst Baptist c'huirch, of Sumater, one 31
the largest Baptist churches in thc a
Whvjs Citadli Sebiolaship- a
J. D. Fuller has been announced as g
IC winner' of the Citadel sehiolartship hi
'em this county. fThe announcement g
'as made from tihe office of the state
itper'intend~ent of education TIhursday.
he scholarship iprovldes for boar:d,
tition and clothing, besIdes a small h
mount in cash for' necesslines c
3I1m ON (1.\ME 1AWS.
onty (lamne Warden Stintes that Ie
Will Proseente All Vieoniors of Li.
Mr. F. W. IAttle, county gaic war
el, has addressed a letter to the peo
le of Laurens county in reference to
ie recently enacted license game law,
oncerning which Senator Goodwin
:rote last week. .\l-. Little Iholds that
hic law was regularly enacted and
lierefore he expects to enforce it. Al
hiough the solicitor authorized Sena
3r Goodwin to state that he would ad
ise against prosecution ii cases of
iolation of the law, Mr. Little does
ot feel bound to accept the advice of
lie solicitor. While Mr. Cooper was
ot in the city yesterday to throw
tirther light on the question. it is un
erstood that he was under a nisap
rehension as to the views of the en
re county delegation on the case and
lint he expecls to inqtuire further into
lie matter. The letter of the game
'arden is as follows:
Mr. Little's Letter.
o the People of Laurens County:
My attention was called to an ar
elC in the Lauretis papers of last
'eek written by Senator 0. P. Good
in with reference to the Hunter's
eense Law. I sent a copy of this ar
ile to A. A. Ricliardson, Chief Game
Varden of South Carolina. lie canie
o Laurens a few days ago to see me
vith reference to this matter and
rought with him a certified copy of
tie law as flied in the oefice of Secre
ary of State, which shows that LaU
ens County is not exempt from its I
rovision. The Acts of the Generial
'ssembly of 1915 also place Lalreis
ounty within the provisions of this
I tlerefore con(ider it my dtty as
1a me Warden for Laurites countiy to
i force the sime.
F. W. Little,
Game Warden for Laurens County.
To Insure Parcels.
Recent ilorders of tile post o1ice de
art meut provide for the insurance of
arcel post packages. A 3-eent fee
-ill cover values up to $5, 5-cent fee
1) to $25, 10-cent fee up to $50 and a
5-cent fee ip to $100. The order
oes into effect today. Orders have
iso lbcn recently issued providing
>r die issuance of receipts for pack
!es sent by parcel post, a charge of
no cent being mado for this service.
'he receipt, however, does tiot entitle
i sender to any damages should the
arcel be lost, it being valueless ex
opt as proof that the article has been
Mr. J. S. Bennett is having extensive
apairs made on the exterior and in
.rior of his residence on West Main
treet recently secured from Mir. C. M.
Filler. A second story Is being add
I and a bungalow effect being given 1
it. When completed it will prove
n attractive add(itioni to that sidie of '
io city. The work is undi~er t he gen-r
ral sitpei'vision of .\'.r.James I lemipi
ill, an archite(Ct. of Ahthevilie.
M~ADE PE R tFE("I' MA llK(.
?essrs Jacek .ilecraiy andt Laurentsr
JlarksdrAe Shot 'Eum for a ('ool 1Hun- f
Ciecf Clerk JT. A. Metz, of the l'ost
lie dhepartmnentI has annrouniiced thiat
essrs' Jlack Mc'?ravy and l.aiurens
arksdalIe of thle local post51oflie force
ade an even oiie hiundred on their
mtina t ion held ( on A\ ugustI ithl. Ac
>id ig to Mr'. Melz this is a very un
sual stunt andl one thtat is seldom
iilledl off ini hiis diivision. The examt
lation (onIsists In placing mail in the
roller poucht for the pruoper delivery
any town or hamilet in South Carm
na. They(3 were asked to make thle
ronoer Conne ii(tOn)s tor' ,i ninety--eiti
wnus and ( each one handled htis cor
Ct ly in fort y miintles.
Secured liondl here.
Deputy Shieri ff W. M. Dorroh and
'essrs J. HI. Chappell andi J[. A. 1Kin
'dI, all. of Newherry, aippearedt before
tideo Walls herel .\lowtlaty andl madel
'11lient ion for bail follonwingr their
'rest in Newberry for killing a ne-r
'o, Abram TIntrdy, whlo, It appearis,
ud recsisted a rrest at their hanmds.
ail was gr'antedi in the auif of $500 .
Mrs. A. C. Todd and little daughteriy
ire returned home after' spending~ .
veral wnneka in \Monteat.'.
.1101RE SNAiE It[31A( I
iewv Torki P':qper E titer's the Iit s int
Defnt'se (of Ifloop-sitnake.
"IlarveV" Terry's reptutation as a
MlO-snake specialist, so sadly slakin
I few weeks ago by an interview with
D)r. Surface, of Pennsylvania, is ha
ng stren'gthened again, this time at
he hands of the New York (Aun,
which paper comes forward with a
strong argument in support of Mr.
rerry's snake reputation. Another
make story will have to be delivered
i.l. Mr. "Bee" Blakeley (You known
tim) now comes forward, deposes and
says that while out fishing the other
Jay he and several friends came upon
in old mother moccasin snake with
'orty-two young ones protected from
langer In the usual snake fashion. Of
2ourse, everyone knows the fashion.
Xnyway, it Is salid that when a mother
nake scents danger she opens wide
ier Jaws and the little "stiakles" pile
n. That's where Mr. Blakeley said
they found thei--already piled in,
rorty two of them and some of themr
talf a foot long,. lie vottched for the
ithfulness of fihe tale and maybe it
was true, but all who believe it may
Put turning to this hoop siake pro
tosition again, here is the way that
he New York paper has bolstered
l'erry stock on the snake exchange:
"A doctor in Pennsylvania is in a
ait way to lose a hundred dollar bill.
le Is Dr. A. Surface, who is also the
3tate zoologist, and 11It bill that he
. so deflantly flaitntitng in tie fare of
he nation will go to ite person wio
roves I;eyonid a doubt there is a hoop
"Porhaps fihi, doctor is mnot aware
if somti of Ille ittost reeit discoverivs
tt rpI ilian lore. rit plerhaups he ih oil
>f t hose scenlitists wio do not get
leir ear antd oye do iwn close to nature.
TI very likely woild say there is !to
meh a th1t)g as a glass snkal'. which
.vIen lit by a stiik lies apart a nd
ht(tn reites and ruts away wheni to
mo Is look ing. or perhaps he does not
>elieve int horned snakes. Anl editor of
!cuthl Carolina, where there are itm itany
inds of' reiles not m1 tentioned it)
ooks. and where folks learn al0nit
makes by acttially seeing themi-tItis
ditor says that a imn broughi into
iis office a part of one of these divisi
)le snakes. lIe had grabbed it just as
lie reptile was assembling tle other
eetlons to disapear in a hole.
".\ CoP rres ponident. of anothber paier
(1ports the killing of a horned snake
nd desceriel the horin as "atn inich
tndi tlhree-qiuarters long, Ihe s harmp
toits Iltipedt with deadly poison.'
0romt atihority v (1naly reliable as
lise doms; a positive sattement t'e
ordinig a1 hoop snake. 'The creatire
vhile rollini g along tie road overtook
colored manl it n a wagon anld trtied
iard to ret 1ij on the seat with i the
lriver.' If this man had the fores:ight
o tike the snake it he would not now
I worry!n about the prie of cotton.
"1u11the lace where hoop snakes
verie nce mo ('0mmon, and there Is
lo reason to helieve thy have all l'"en
lestrov"el. is Morgan and muskingim
ontoirs in the State of Ohio. atnd if
;am hulger, as faithful atn advirer of
outhi 'is over .im was of Tom Sawyer
t' luok Finn, is still alive, lie can
Pad the doubtilg doctor to a CaVe
monig those reddish clay hills and
low iim a whole nest, of them. "Dah
Il'' Is.'' inhI Sa: "dle ol' folks Is aiway
.n' (U' rhillgn is too young for to roHf.
ee 'cii rob .' Sami coulId always pint
ot a r'epttinioling 'far'ter' 'ait 1h1
ing' in tV ect of disappear'ing atmonu
hi e i -i . lut "'ami mtade his ie' t
''o!del'f::. dieover'Ies whten lie wio'
lone ini iba ':eoods. lI I could take voP'
o a docil enl. withered by at big r'e
'ohvinz 5ni 'C . Ie sanw it hir I''
friike the bllting blow. 8''' 1
The troe 'ronbl' with Drt. Suirfat'e,
>r I' he meke owerc:ts i'-h
hr.' d'' n ( un eithber to th'e r'uht
h1eon cr th'' juet ''sons for' V'"
a foramt Iion."
1 civ. C P. lanikin a nd faily I'. i
Peurn in the city t~oorrow afti'
aini L''nt the' iiimmert at Mimintea.
J'fr'l!2 ' nI thme Prebytei:a'
hbith tb.'ii mornnag. amnd evieni"'.
o ooits mieet inns 8iundea" c'
ninii, fi' ? .r'i e beiing lead by'~ MT'.
I 'a ('. ibimlan, of' Clinton. has heit
Simedl as a membi er of the coe ntyl
oa:rdt of' ellti ouon iommissoiers f'ot'
tafe electionis to suiCCeedl L. S.
Taehray, deceasedl. It wIll le' re
iimeedi~ '( tat Mir. 31lachiray, shor:tlIy
ef'or'e Itis dleathlt, was a ppoonedt at
isomb~er of the commissIon by ov.
lanning to sutcceed E. Y. McQutown,.
TO [NT[R RAC[
Announces Candidacy foe
Congress In 1916
SAM J. NICIHOLS
So Far lie and A. 11. Miller are fid
Only Avowed Candidiates, though it
is Taken for Uranted that NIholh4
ivill Run Again. Dean a l'rominent
Lawyer and Politician.
(reenville, Aug. 30.-The friends of
Col. Alvin 11. Dean from all parts of
the Fourth Congressional District wilt
be gratified to learn that lie has an
nounced his willingness to becoie i;
candidate for Congress iiiijit lto tho.
Democratic primary of 10i;. It has
been known for several we(k'l lhe't hii
friends have been urmging lim! t) offelr
for C(ongress, an1d that i h.ad tho
matter under, colnidernitionl. but 'it
was not until today tfhat ]w dteided
to become a candidate.
Citlizens in Greenville, Spir:nburg,
I'nion and Lau rens count ie:s. ro'a lizingw;
the fitness of Col. Dean for the otlice;
appealed to him In the :,Ir zigest
torils to ann0oun1ce imlnself. TI res
suire developed so strong L!m;( weelc
that Col. Dean, after giving t h mat.
ter careful consideration, de' d to
yield to that solicitation wit'h the
prorise that he wouuld mak a fair,
WXhen asked this morn tho
persislent appeal of his r :,, hart
yet availed his consent, he icred
cleerfilly. il l he atirn Ii'.
"You lilay say that il al!, !1 biit y
I will enter the contest fo C r IT!:,
from this district, one ye : ' :-. C.
have been uirged by frieni! over
the district to announce iv-- candi
(wy and have decide'd I <imply
with their wishes."
Col. Dean has had wide : rionco
in political affairs. having roided
out ihis first. cycle of public :;(i- ice as
state senator in 190.1, servinz wit i
conspicuohus ability' for eia hlt years
in the upper branch of ti' 'egisla
tlre. lie declined renomimn ien and
Is since devoted himself t' hCis ex
tensive law pract.ice in 11l ''
four (oeinties of this Con:v:r:. io, -L
district. As is well knowi L has15
been a ieimher of the Gr'nvi harv
for twenty-eight years, bit.. meme..
her of the widely known tir :n o
Cot i ran. Dean & Cotl ii. 'Coh.
Dean is anl elocitient speak. - ,md his
friends 1c1im that if elect,'t h. (nn
take care of himself and hi., slate iii
any debate arising in the N:stional
1louse of Representatives.
lie is a member of the riler of.
Flks, Odd Fellows and Woodmen of
the World. There is no more elo
-,,ient speaker In South Carolina,
thiet Col. D~ean.
Col. D~ean Is a native of4! ra
1.nr'g denunty. lHe was born n-ar iun
:u;.s. Mlarch 22, 18t13. lie :e'ti irmd his
e''teatiloll from the highl sc>n os .'
Spa rtanuhurg and( ati lFurr, iu n iver-.
s t y; also conecluded a con :a i 'n-.
uderblilt. ils fIrst public Ip was
that of' ahulerman ofI Ihe ci .:'n
vill'. iHe viii elected I' t :; a o
5(ena1te in1 '5, and r ie a i
art m''' a.toriy In 19)00.
Col. Decan Is promlinen '-uti
('d with thle Demiocrat ic . .adt
sire thlan 0onCe has lhe sl' en ini tho
art'ih in b~ehalfu of' a ' L . iratiC
noinelIe for the presbiene1(
'SI'Nl).Y S('H004 ('tN VI'liT ON.
ILaurenls County interdeinmbatli:nal
lonvenution1', Will Meet on t ha ih and
.\nlnouncemuent has beeni :na1 -that
the Laulrenls County Int n'li: !mina
'Pal iunda~iy School (Corr'':m witll
hold its 19 15 sess'ionl on th andl
i'i of Septembher w'ith t :o Piandy
i-re4gram is now being ari'nni:ed and
promises to ble a mo1st int1' siir and
i.s -"r'I (ed toa two dlegat dS es eides tho
mo1vemen~lt are very anioulis that a full
del ecation lie sent from each Schlool.
R1ev. Major Rietuurns.
lRev. J1. it TI. .\ljor 1has returmnedl to
the city arnd services ill hbe resnmled,
at the First Methodist elhurch ont