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VOUM XXI. LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 3195 NUMBER 15
Second Annual Convention
of State Society
OVER TWO HUNDRED
DELEGATES TO COME
Hundreds of Members of Christian
*Endeavor Socleties Will Come to
Laureis Friday Afternoon to At
tend lig Convention. Homes of the
City ]Have Been Tiiwn Openl and
Every Visitor will he Warn111y Wel
Deginning next Friday evening the
second annual convention of the South
Carolina Christian Endeavor Union will
be held in the First. Presby terian
church of this city. The convention
will last through Sutndaiy evcening,
closing with the installation of lew
olficers and a consecration service led
by Karl Leh1nnn1. L.oenIl ia(lers of
the movelilent are working' hard to
make this meeting an immene sue
cess. Everything is being lone to
bring as many delegates here as pos
sible and at the present tiunae it is ex
pected that about1I. three iundred will
A special triain on (he C., N. & L.
railroad, which will be e:illed the
"Christian Eindeavor Special" will
bring most of the delegates to lau
rens. This train will arrive here
about 6.30 in the afternoon. The dele
gates will be taken from the train di
rect, to the church, where they will
enroll their names on the register.
As the first session begins shortly af
ter their arrival, the local colmittee
has arranged to give all of the dele
gates supper at, the church, the visI
tors not reaching their assigned homes
until after the evening services. Del
egates coming ht onl trains other than
the "Specilal" are a' .o invited to take
supper with the others at the church.
Special Rlequest to Singers.
All file Laurens men, women and
children, big or lili, who cai and
will help) in tile singing during thie;
convention are reqluested to meet at
thle Presbyterian Church on Thursday
night at 7 o'clock to practice some of
tile songs. The selections are all
well-known hymns and so every'lio(-y
who can sing at all can help. Mem
bers of all denominations are invited
to help in this department.
The following general description of
the program has been sent out from
Columbia by the president of the
State society, Mr. Wyatt Taylor:
On Friday evening of the Chris
tian 10ndeavor convention there will
be addresses by A. T. Corcoran of
Charleston, A. C. Todd, of Laurens, W.
Anderson Clarkson and W. A. Taylor
of Columbia and Miss Agnes Ravenel
of Spartanburg. The main address
of the evening will be by Karl ILeh
mann 0on thle subject, "The Itistory
and Principles of Christ ian Endecav
or," The R1ev. Charles F, Ilankin of
Lau rens will load~ the FrIidiay evenling
The liev. is. OI. F'inlay of Columbia
wvili lead tile Saturday mor'ning (he
votional services, whlich will 1)0 fol
lowed by Snapp~ly three--minute talks
on tihe 10 dlifferent alm~A of the Chris
tian Endeavor orgpani-.ationl the wor'ld
over for tihe nlext two years, making
upi what is known as ''the campliaignl
for mil lions."' Tihese wvill lie '"One
Mlillion New Endeavors,"' by E. TI.
White of Sum1terc; "One Mii on Newv
Converts,"' by W. i'. D~avis, Columbia;
"One Mlillion Newv Doliars for Mis-I
Kilns," by W. Kirk' Allen, Greenv~'ile;
''One Million New MemIbers5 of the
Chrl'stian Endeavor P'eace Union,'' by
John N. Moore, Columbia ; "Ten
Trhousanld New Chriist Ian Endeavor Ex
Jports," biy WVillim 1". Jacobis, Clinton;
"Twenity Tihousand New Comrlades of
the Quiet illur," by the Rev. Aia
Watkins, Sp;artanbur~llg ; 'Teln Tihous
andl Now Tienth LeCgioniaries," by Nor
wod L.1)Duant, ficoLl; "Teln fhous
ties," by Robertson Paul, Chlaleston;
"Five T1housandi New IAfo Work R~e
crulits," by Lan1ce SwVinler~, Newberry;
:"'j wenty Thousand New Subscribers
'to The Christian IEndeavor' World," by
William Jones, Yor'k. The remaining
part of the Saturday morning session
will be dievotedl to convention business
Saturd(ay afternoon of tihe conven
tion thnee will bo n. hgs hine~o rally.
THE BIG SHOW TONIGHT
AT-THE OPERA HOUSE
tocal Actors WI Perform In That
Well-Known and Charming Comedy
-"Mice and Men," Beginning at
Reserved seats are now on sale for
the great performance which will be
staged -at the Opera House tonight,
beginning promptly at eight-thirty.
Local talent will do "Mice and Men"
and Judging from the smoothly-run
ning rehearsals it will be done ac
cording to government specifications
for propierly played public perform
ances. It is styled a "romantic comc
dy", and it contains just that right
proportion of pleasing romance and
laughable comedy that will appeal to
anyone aippcalable to-as it were.
The play itself is distingished in
that it has passed through the fire of
profe:;slonalI critism witlioit even a
roorci and it has:4 been pronioilinced by
the publie everywhere as worthy a'
pll've among flh" elasele coiedies.1
Thos, who are ta!ding part in ile lay
bre onighit-reserved seat". are now
on sale-are not altogether begin
ner, thwir ti'a:nnts as actors lAmving
been disipl a yed heire to tiir great
ledit many t I imes before.
Peoerv seats will cost, you ftly
celt. and you will not he offered a
enihi ion. Thn price of ieeing from be
bind Ile railing, uip or down, for those
who are sweet sixteen or over is ex
ct !y thirlyfive browniles; for clildren
so located the. maagecment re(uests
To Make Spariallhur.r Home.
Alr. IHerbert T. Taylor left last. week
for Spartanhbirg, where lie will enter
tle hard ware business, havIng bought
half interest in the S. B. Ezell llard
ware Conipany. Ilr. Taylor has been
general manager of The Engineers
and Contractors Materials Co., loeat
ed liere anld will continu ie 10 handle
the various lines of this company in
connection with tile hardwarn b'usi
noeS. D tring hi is stay in Lauiren s he
milade a great linuberi of friends who
regret hii. departire for anotlier city.
.t arksdale Schocdliouse.
There will be a liallowe'en Party at.
Barksdale schoolhouse FrIday night.,
Nov. 5th at 7:30. Admission will be
5 cents, refreshments served extra.
Mirs. E. C. Owens, Principal.
Miss' Eva Shell, Assistant.
Laurens Bazaar Nov. 12th.
The bazaar held annually by the la
dies of Laurens will take place this
year on Nov. 12th. As usual there will
be only two departments, the fancy
work department and the dinner.
"Community Day" will be observed
by the folks of Trinity-Ridge on Satur
day, November 20th. The men, wo
men, boys and girls of Trinity-Ridge
community are invited to meet at 8:30
o'clock at the school 'building and
spend the (lay in planting evergreens.
and flowers, to beautify the school
grounds. Th'le ladies are asked to
furnish (dininer. A full attendance is
ii rged. If the 20t h is a rainy day, w'll
mleet on the '27th, - -
with a large number of the y.ouger
IKndeav'ors laicii epat ing. ThIiIs wvill
be led by M\rs. C. E. D~avis of Co
Iniiimba. The last half I of the afteor
niooni will he dlevoted to r'ecreat ion.
tu lrday eveni'ig's sessioni wili be
opened wIth di(evo' ionial exer'cises led
by th ( e Re. S. P. Guiignardt of Laui
resan _ilKarl L ehimannii will deliver
anl addr1ess, "Circ unav igatinlg the
Chisir ana Endeavor l ohe,"' Tihis wvill
be ill ums-tratIed with l anltern slides.
Sunmdoy ia Fuli Dany.
Sunda~y w'ill bue the fullest day of
thle conventilon. There wvil1 be a sun
rise lpra:yer meietuing at S o'clock. led
by thie R1ev. .1. 0. lReavis. The dele
gales willi attlend thle Sunday schools
of Larurens and~ the convent Ion 5cr
mnon w ill be' delIivircd in the Presby
forilIian cliurich by thie 1Rev. T. W.
Sloani of Gr:eenville. Sunday after
nooni there will he an address by Mr.
Lhmiia nni anid a conference on Chris
ioai Endeavor methods. There' wvill
he ol len confferences on methods duri
lng the convention.
Pundi~ay evening there will be a
"M\odel Chist in Endeavor Prayer
nmeettng" at 11:30. DevotIonal services
led by the R1ev. T1. W. Sloan, will lie
followed by installation of new omi
ceers and ain addr-ess by the Rev. .1. 0.
Rleavis. The convention will close
with a consecration service, conduct
cd hy Ku i L.-hma nn
Candidates in a Close Race
Rally to the Support of '
The Advertiser's Automobile Contest is [
Ever Witnessed in Newspaper Circ
Open and the Way is Left for Now
With The Advertiser's automobile
contest fairly launched, what promises
to be the prettiest little contest for
leadership ever waged in this county is
shaping itself, and that, In a way that
is going to prove a wonderful diver
sion to the candidates themselves dur
Ing the next few weeks and a source
of real and genuine interest to all the
subscribers to this paper. .lust i
glance at. the list of contestants, then
a little Ithought. as to the "localizat ion"
fitoli wilicli they coliie and the reason
for theo conIest mn iiager's priedicion
may be easily seen. Nearly every sec
tion of the coilnity is rewresenfted by a
r(:lI live cont esthant and no section i'
represented by t "s!>riliity" of ean
didates.'Thu, tlie contest Is gointi to
prove of geeai interest all over the
Cnnty and each sect ion will have to
soe to it that its (talldidat(', be it n .
wom1an or child, I. properl si:pported
so as to rofl(ee credit uipon h dlis
trict. hIe leashes la ie'ni 'It ":1d
the ra ' is on. Ilich y0our favorite and
sippoii that fa':rite to le 1hi-t ditchi.
After Payig youir owi sbscrliption,
orgnize yoiiur frields in tl.e interest
of youlr favorite andidate. This is
,o tig to le a friculidiy race anad every
coite:tant is going to consider' his or
her oppolloilelt in the light of a foeiant
woritly to be baled against. This is
the1 right way to Winl and we c know that
every contestant is going to wage ier
contest, though aggressively, on a fail'
aid friendly basis.
Now, a little word to the contestants.
Do iot fail to solnd in alt of your subl
.eripltion iolney before Satlrday af
ternoon If you are contesting for the
. . a $23 prize offered for the inrg
st a mountii or slibscript lonls un 1(ed
in het ween last Wedinesday and tihe
alproaching G .iturday. As all moneys
lii'led in at. tlIs office by Individual
i'scher s and credited to the con
testaits cout . In tlis special )i'IZe
contest, do not hesitate to advise youi'
fricnds to ill fi their subscri pt ions
i ease they do not. happen to have the
subscription price on their persons.
llit, lie warned, "A bird in the hand Is
worth two in the bush." Wherever
possible, Insist on immediate payment
because the subscriber is liable to de
lay mailing his subscription until too
late and then you will lose credit for
It in the special contest. Remember
Etlso that all moneys and coupons
Lurned in count in the big contest,
whether you win the special prize or
There are several "New Riemonds"
in the feld, ak will be noted by an ex
imination of the list of contestants be
low. These new ones, while getting a
later start than several others, are
wor'king consistently and effectively.
What Ith le end~ may13 he, no one enn tell.
1'hiey mnigh t bireak away fromi tile field
OP'EltA liOUSE 1"EATUR'IES.
l'he Siletf Voice Next Friday tand
The regular weekly Aletro. featurie
scheduled for this IFridlay is ''Tile Si
lent. Voice" a si'-rcl featutre that has
'ittiacted cr'owdls of movie falls wherc
'ver' showvn. Tihe fIlm feature's Fitrn
'is Ilushmnan tand~ Margaret Sngw~,
bo0th of whloml are local favorItes and1(
many have declared t his Ihir I best
priodct ieIion. TIhe pr ices are five andi
For' next Mlonday' Manegeri Switzer
hias hookd th Ile Fox featurte "'Nance
Ol'NeilI" featuiniig Thiedal Hara and1(
William .Shay'. TIhis drama bys Count
Tiolstoi is mlagni leently3 port rayed andl
keeps the initereCsI to the gr'iipping
iinulsual feaiture will lie 10 and1( 1.
AlesI 051 '. P. and .1. it. (il Idr2e.-5, the.
wvell-k nown slock men01, have moved
Into the stables formerly occuiptied by
Coulnts and ('owan. The, )1( buing has
boen rep'haired andC lilaed~ ini excel lent
conidition. This fIrm formerly occu1
piedl the buIlding to the real' of their
new~ stable but Increase In buisiness
forced themil to move Iito the lar'ger'
ndh bietter' located buildinig on Muai
EED YOUR HELP
for the Special -$25 Prize.
(our Favorite Candidate.
leveloping Into one of the Prettieat Races
les in this County. The Field is Yet
Contestants. He Who Hesitates is Lost.
before the contest closes. The game
Is young yet. And, what is more, it is
reported on good authority that there
are several others who are at work
now and who have not yet given a
hint of their Industry and activity.
When they .commeilnliee to (iuirn in ther
votes, they may surprise somebody
and take the place of leadership that
othe's now hold. So, this is 110 sine
curie. While the prizes are mcinuch to be
desired, sy.-tematci an(I (r ermined
Work will be 1neessaVy to win them.
Thel( conte~st m1anag,1er, str-esses or
'ganization. Have youtr friends t.o put
fotilh a little 'l)fot for you. They will
be glad to do so, if' they see that you
are worl:ig ::o i.wit. Do not expr-et
anyonw :t ::1or1 w[r you iIf y do1 not
prov y If worthly of, 1c;1r efforts.
The li , ulf contit'etantis and (lie
votes crdited to them duing the past
wek arc a- follows:
Vote tWo ' c 'elock I'. 31. I'uiesday.
Iolie D ann. %lo nillle . 1,000
liss Ora 'owers, Lauieis .. . 0. I00
Mr. Co xde Tlgue, Mlountvil le ..1,000
MIr. Est.on ledlock, Fountain I. l.t,025
Mlr. lJim .liller, Wateirloo ..... ..I,0t
Mr. Fr-ed Cullbertsonl, Waterloo .1,000
.\Miss Saiali Cooper, Waterloo ...I,025
MIiss N.1a ie .Nliller, Waterloo . .,02.5
Miss Etta Smith, I aurens .. . .1,000
Mi. Wash .lones, Ware Shoals ..1,000
\Itr. Geo. Anderson, Waterloo ..1,000
Mr. W. Ii. Ilamilton, laurens ..1,001
I'Olard Owings, Owings .. ......I,050
Wadd II1, Owings ...........1,075
NlI I s failla Templeton, Owing!s ..I,000
\ rs. Ellen Stoddard. Owings ..7,025
. lII; .Vita Browilee, (iray Coirt 1.010
Miss huth lMartin, (ray Court. .1,004)
NI iss leulah (ui'i'y, (ray Court 1,1100
NlIss Mae Hoper, Gr.ay Coiuirt ... 11,025
Miss Eva Teague. Watts Mill ..t,000
Miss Sallie Bltownlee, Gray ('ourt 1,0110
Miss Iiima lHarris, (gray ('ourt 1,0W
NI's. F. W. Mahaffey, Gray Court - 10
\I Iss Mairtha -Wolff, (ray Court . .1,10(
Miss Beth Michell. Mount ville 1,000
Miss Dot Fuller, Mlouintville . . . . 1.000
Miss larie Malion, Gray Court 1,001) 1
Miss Sarah Dunlap, LaNurens / .10,575
Mrs. Victor Weathers, 'Ilurens 46,275
i rs. J. A. Wofford, "Aunt Kate"
Iu rens ..............32,600
Albert Dial, Cross 11111.......1,000
Harley Waddell, Ora ........1,000
Mrs. 11. Rt. Todd, iiurens .. ..108,000
William Hopkins Moorehead,
Goldville ........ ....110,0o
Miss Martha Franks, Laureni-69,475
Miss May Belle Garrett, Laured 4,050
IR. aIiec Langston, Gray Court. .7,050
NMiss Flora Bennett, Laurens *..1,000
CIarenee Albright, Laurens .. ..12,025
Mr. .Jim Lewis, Laurens Mill ..1,0(0
Mr. .1. 1,. Dagnall, iaurens Mill 41,001)
141 wrenee Pitts', Laurins .. '. ..4,025
las. I". I tarniey, Lauren 4.5 ; . .7,000
'1r i'' ul hie'tSOin, Wateloo . . . . t.0(00
WANTS' IllS MON I-:V HAACK.
Wasinguton, October. I .- Naly,
1,500 namiies appear oii a list issued byj
the treasuryi 3 departmienit tonight oi
per'sonuis who have fI:iiild to) repiay
money1 adivani(edl them11 by the Uited(
Sta te's Ghovernmeii'nt whlen thley' wie.
strandedi'( in Euriolie at the (outbreak of
the0 wari. Th'Ie amoiints doe aiggregat''
se'ver'al hundr'Iied thousand dollars, the'
situ ad(van('ed ranin lg f'otin $1 to
In manyi13 eases' the Governmem(11 haI
beeni iiiaile to lo'ate( the inidividals'
at (lie a(ddr esses given. Th'le Art of
(Congress apr~ io pri at inig $2,750,000 for
th e r'eliet of Amer~lleains aboa Ii pro- I
v'ided( that I1ersons~i able to dIo s0 .shoihi
reiiinho11se thle (loveriinent, antd See
ariy Me Adlon has1 KI gien0 noi'e that lie
who(C lir ini a oition~t11 Ito lay.
At lending Federal (ot, t
laulirens( county has the r'epr'>een
y~ies on thle jurties of' (lie federial
cour t sitting in (1rieen wood this wveek.
Mr. Th'los I. SwvygertI is on t he gr'and
juriy and( Messirs. II. S. Wallace, .lohno
ii. Wolff, 0. L,. Lant'ord and J1. 11. ('iun
ninghami are on (he pe1 tin jury. Th'ley
left y3es(te d'y mhornin g to (enter upon01
(1ATHElt AT CLINTON
County Institute, Well Attended,
Proves Splendid Success-Oood Ad
Clinton, Oct. 31.-The Laurens
County Teachers' Institute convened
here Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
continuing In session through S'un
day morning when a special edu
cational sernon was preachied be
fore the members of the institute in
the Carolina Alemorial chapel. Tle
attendance upon the convention Is pro
nounced by the oilicers as unusually
good and the addresses delivered by
various educators hav-e been thorough
1y enjoyed by large audiences and
At the opening session h'Iu 11 rsday
evenOing Dr. A. E'. Spencierl of th
'reshyterial college gave the ad
dress of' welcolle to the .'ilmeri's of
tile itute and till:; vas re:sponedal
to bY \W. I'. ulhitalson, suerintend
enl. of tIhe Cross 11111 high .swivo)!.
P'rof. A. . I b of \\ i Ii11 .1 co 1
l e delivere'd a SplenIdid l .1 Onl
"The Val e of lie Itook inl 1!M0' 1ndI
werOe colidlct'od by Dr. V. I'. ,a(ob.
-ailues 11 ulv n u eianl tof
Vfduvntion, Sl0L:e of "The llurpo::e of
thle luslitute ", andI~ 1.. 1',. .losspk
oil "''The Tl each'ler as a I'pil,' I 'Ir.
Wilson spoke on "The liigh School,
.\liss \\'il ou G Iray Onl "The lItural
Gradedl Sellool," and .liss Ilane
ilisol onl "The One Teacher School."
In thle tIe'noon there w\aS a generil
discussion o sllool vwork led by B.
L. Parkinrson of I,aurlois.
At 1 o'clock iII tie afternoon the
teachers were all given an automoobile
ride over the city and at 5 o'clock
they ent ill a body to the Presby
tr1ia o.ll cege whr'Ie' they insp14(e'ted
the plant ('1(1 were ,;hlonIl o1ilConr
couirtesivs. Inl the evenling at S::.")
the1 Rlev. WV. A. I airy <orlueliled thie
dev\otionl eser".ises and Illnn Gun11
ter', 'Rte u i lsor' of eloilewIlary
sehools, deli-vered a ve ry helpful ad
Ireos. 1i4 was folHowed by the Slate
supeirillte tlll of (dleat1ol, .1. P".
Sweairilgel, who spoke in optimistic
terms in rega rd to the gerieralI
progress of education in the state.
Satirday mornig tile members of
the institute were the guests of Thorn
well orphanage at 9 o'clock, and at
II o'clock Victor 'F,. Rector, super
Intendent of Antioch Industrial school,
;poke on "A Practical I4ducation for
All the Children of All the People."
Farn Demonst ration Work and the
Behool," was discussed by J. D. W.
Watt s. Dr. Reed Smith of the ITni
'ersity of South Carolina addressed
he association on "Tile Teacher as a
lrainer of Cilizenm."
In the afternoon tire general discus
don was led by Superintendent A. C.
1)11iel of the Cllilton public schools.
\lIss l'lizabeth Dickson, president of
hie So3u th ('arol ina School imiPr'ove
n10n1. Iissoc at ion, spioke onl the wor~tk
she is ('ngaged inI andl what was be
nig ac'complllishled lthrough such asso1
'se of thei 110ulletin inl Teach('intg."
At 5 'clo(k 111 the afttrn'ioon thet
'toni Improvemnent associatlonl ten
lered a delihtful receptlonl to the
II aitendanee dbu'ing the mee'(ting of
a ied in ( : itn a bne'. Tlhie s'hool
om h ' Ill Iu f'orth eVer ('tfforit to
Inle i nthh.wo aealed
he' 1t nei l lhti ut Il los1) 4 ig5 a
011hey vue in (ul inl every 011rticular.
'l'I F\Z'a Ai .\ l (largeTON ie
Pr t'imr(atinl as ltmpleted thir yeioh'
a' Ann:t.e~ o.10l n
FROM THE COUN\Y
News Letters From Many
GIVE LOCAL N
iamilenligs of Interest to Manm - ,pio
All Oier the County 1nd to Titose
Who havejleft the Faily lleairth
Stone and] (one to Other States.
LANFORtD NF.,W S, 3;
l.a11ford, Nov. I.---Qitei .1 1 numblel
frotin here attended the ircus at Laii
rens. Thu1 ra(Iy.
Capt. W. II. I)Inmin mornld 111d Nl,.
Plet11ninr, \\'i' 1nd Frank " i l12 i1(oid
aw1idBrook.s 1nr2li atltId'.d the
a fair in2 mohlilli i ibia a s . :. Mr.
Vi''lllng volnt froi lileve to I.c- ille
to vi-it i:-s Bahe , M S .
.\\. .\ . I i; ' S I 'J : i ; N w.
.\Ir .-. .I. (-. .! i I .
.D-. !P. iley was a gus o; W.
11. 'ima.nu :(' ft ait Uly last n' k.
C::3 t wee at \. 11. 1~u~ m ds
M r. Char 1iv Drennnond 1:1(1 .liss
Mhili' L'uile Cox ".e're mw rril'1 ( in
(Greemnile last Wedinsday. Thw.. will
inake heir ho0ne bere 1(r the upr.-'nt.
P rn i . M\r. vn(d .\rr. 0. ,. Lalniord,
a1 dalughtler, October 2.1th.
Horun to Air. 1111 MrAs. C. L. Waldrell.
Octoller 28th, a son2.
LON( VI iLmi N EWS.
Lon \'iew. Nov. I.- We arc having
someverypleaantweathier nlow, af
for be(inlg Sowam
Sc hoof openled til' inorinlu with a
V(rY good nr('12olln'lnt. Itev. 2Guy 2a
tinl Is tenleher. \'o hoje for a s
ful sehool telr in.
Ileave thisl week for Camplobello. ar-.
1tn2iurg (ontyilli, where he will Ia u)
ik :whol (uties for anlother sessin
M1r. .la1son2 Cole 11141 Mr. lloyle Cole
Il22anl attended Ithe ir' us ,It 2 Il auei ns
ThIl 11rsday aid report( a ve ry nico
I i 1110.
.\lr. Arthur Reeder has (lie finest
alf111I patch we have seen.
Mi. and Mrs. .Iohnnie flemminger
aInd brother and little son, Curtis, oi
Willington, S. C., spent the day wMit
their sister, Mirs. 'L. 1. leeder, Sundtay.
They camne through the collit ry in
Mr. R. 4 Cole and son, Ilaskin. .\lr.
N. S. Davis and sos, Richard and
lerank, attended tif show at Green
Meng;rs Arthur and Lawrence Reed
er wpre gathering ' dprn oi( dlay last
Week and killed a- ('0oneh-whip snake
llea12tnik sevenI feet in length.
. DIALS N 19Yj *
Dials, Nov. 1 .-MDi' .hn S. Dial, a
lte (outry13, dlied at his hontii: in Ow
in his iMrtd year', and2( had been ini fail
ng heal1lIhi-f&i 5(ome1 11ime, and h~t is
11eathi was 2not ullnxpreted. "''nele1
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by3 both1 youn~~g anid obl1, was1 22 entle1
man11 oft the old sch('o.li onor'ed bs.
:1!, anld a1 life--lona membern'i of the(
rhuritch thtat hear is his: name121. B('5ide~s a
by the following daughteris, Mrs. ..
I rownlee, M\iss I'.mma12 lIial and( 3 .\ls
.1. 1H. I Illamtts of Sparta2nhurg. The1
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1t:ty heriei Wedn(iesdh,5 m2orI ' . 11he
so i\~ ices b~einig (')o2 n 1') 'y 2a>
tor' of the First M\h h, d.-t
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thrcy wereO the guest el '.ir il
doiu'hter'. Mliss Mare1I ('irry
212 I .:ander' (oll'e;.
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Missa Neil .\'(e2al1 w'. !b2
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gus 22Sunday(113, Misses2 Willii 1
Ire20 ne Godfey, Marie arid Ma s
mons22, and] Clar 11Cam12pbll.
.\irs. 11. A. Sullivan of Laur' was
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