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OF BAPTIST WORKERIS
Waterloo ibptist. Thurch Hosts of
I'nhon 31veinar Saturdiay andl Sundany.
Cross 11111, .\larch Il.--The unlionl
inevting held it *Waterloo Baptist
Churih Satillday a11d Sinday was a
success in every way. The attend
aive was fairly good. tle( spiril in
which ,the several speakers entered
t heir4 respective subjects was usu 11 a111
iy !IC Ven. .11nd the 111a11iniiy Vhi(Ih
;wrvllh-d all delihen11tiols vied with
11- '. wa in Cellowship for lrst pyhtect.
Ta 1hri St11in's Praye r I Jfe. dI k ,Ssse
W \Csr. \ t. \Vharfonl. T. Bt. Itrown
andi Re4v. <'. 1:. \'ermilin 414 listed(( the1
I VLtfl 1e1e1n iI !4411 If 4'Veery'one1'
1451 ' I 1 d rkI4 )11 111' Ivi 1-yti1 (%1
as thes ::l ;r1 d t4)IIhe iihlical
1 l u. h a 1 i. 1-oillowing I thi
"I V114 4Y ilpr41esive di0i t o
n I i . iblity for the e-iy of
a rs at Ibb ti I y Nbl rs .l.
haQn.T S. 1an~sson, and R.
d. A) v aI restlt of th1 11is d1is"cus
..(l thle folhwinig resohdlionl offeredl
b-y W. 1.1 l rs. was intiniolis
'Y ad pted:
Ilesolved. Tha It 1 ur 111. Ia[tist ciur-ch
i . .1lbl 4 i nry fI v'ent ly te i Lor( to
q-.111 Mi01' 1111 in1to the ("ospel niinistry
n11d that t hey should 4nlarge their
-sutpport to thiv 1inltry.
The lin1ionl then adjoiiteied olie hour
for dinnr. (ir1ing which tile every
on114 Sui4ptlollsly enioyed tle hospi
tallity f4 which 11hie Waterloo peopl
are not-d. while they parvtook< of an
abundantml s'pretd onl a1 able preparedl
In the aftelnoonl Iwo other ilterest
ing ton1ics vore considered. a splendid
pace for wi ws sot inl tle devo
tional -ercises conduc-ted by IPlastoP
d. 0. Wilson.
Thle first of Iles was. God's ('aim
on One-SevenIll of Our Tine ail One
Tenth of 0ur incoie, andi he speak
'ls Were John It. Finley al Iev. Jolhn
0. Wilson. .\S I Pesult of ihese dis
eussions' a 1r0icilly unaninilou vote
Wa. I1)14 4tke lia one-sevenIb of ouri*
-lne 1141 d ni-tenth of oil11 in44on0i14 he
hngs to lo L'ord an d Ills kingdom
s r . iu' list I suhj44et fIor dirlus
sion wa:4ra[Ih It i ee 1, 'lock.
This was.' Thl lvelation of oilr Chiulch
(o ('hristin Nducaitioit. Ti' speakers,
\l'sss. Y. Y. ad V.'P. Culbertson,
brouight forithi tie idea tlait tlie mis
SiOn Of tile 01hur'li is to educate or1
tr1in inl Kingdom work as well as
preach to 1te unsaved. That in fil
filling tlis mIssion it muist 1 support
any and all means for Christian edu
On Sunday morning Just after Sun
Ilay schotol, Mess's. J. C. Miller, W. C.
Wharton and D. Y. Culbertson spoke
on the subject, Business Men and IBus
iness Methods in the Lord's Business,
af'ter whic the iIission ary sermon
was reahed y Ier. has 10Ver
milionl, 0 f1. 1 Ns1115. Text. M.iIlI. 22:21.
"li er n111t4 CaIiesar the thin that11
ar'i ( sar's :1i 1111to (oll file tl in
11 t arl Gid-.-' .\lmy wt V . <4 f11
4 iL11111,1 All.; 4 i 1i I I i s; atr,.
uruI IL ' lollien 5er i'\ e4
Vf h :4. t a ,r lii 'll congrega
14nd4 wa:s wel II nd '4(di. Tlhe siiermon
wVe pre4b(dib li vhey. .lhn (0. \\'[lson
Iif Ihii i i tturh The soni s -
Catotabs, the New Kindi of
Cadl omel, D~oes thle Work
Withoutl the Slightest
Unpileasantness of D~an
Yo41 u have alwa~ys1 thougtf~i of (,alometll
.i Ite isI and44 .urie.t mi i nel1 ini the
wVorld, tbut too4 14ause(atinig for you to
t ake. That4 was4 the otit-style~ clol(t.
Ntow sciencei has5L ( laken t stig (4ut. of
41alom)1l by5 remov4ingI its uidenlsant.
and( 114 dangerous 414ual1it ies, am14 i has kopt
aII im: good1 liver1-cleanusing and system
Thew neix t timie you11 are blIus or4 (41on04
-1144(ited ask11 for ('ialotabs4, th4e ne4w
LIausealess1 11 alomi14444 . Solldt on11lin (ori4
wvallow('(4 '4 of ate ,--tluit's4 al. NIo 11as11 ,
no 4' gipinig. no~ nalttsel, no( 14alts. 701l
.'.ike 411p iii the( 1114'llill (feeling il44e,
youri t'4 live ctive, your system'4I 14lIrified,
and wth it ([LI rtyi a pi lle fo 404411 it444
4 r. I L ili.ha v4.44-1 44h' 44 no(li ger
44 i : al,.a :on. 14o m4ne b14 wk ni114
.v ' , 41 i b1.1 .\ . iih ('.14) ab4.. Iu v.)
H :44h 4 44a~e~ 'i n o i ian
'6441Hi b 1 L't r l e . 0 1 rcli .
. i'44i , sei IC i 4t (4u44 ibl2 e..~ i
f rugit A 4for(ilO ls Re
95 ye(arskn4own4a4 1cat, I stAlway&s Ie10,4
-- SOLD BY DRUGMISTS EVERYMHERE
(Continued from .Pago One.)
As the troops passed up Main Street
scores of them 'were recognized by
peo)le standing along the curbing.
Gtreetings were uttered in tones that
could be heard above the tumult, but
with eyes that looked dead ahead, the
men marched on, only an occasional
smile breaking out despite all military
There was no break in the line of
spectators though fathers and moth
ers followed their sons for blocks withi
"if I'd known the whole State was
going to turn out, to see I)ave when he
came home, I dont.' think I would have
objectel to his going in." said one
farmer. "And I don't believe I'll shoot
Ihe local boardi as I had abouit made
tpi my mind to (1o," he Concluded.
When the troops were passing and
the eyV wl weary with seeing and
the ears tired with hearing, a band
comlie In view. Its drum major sighted
le reviewing stand, and l his haton
There was a tattle from the drum,
aid then the Opening notes of DIxie
hurst on the air. The crowd was elec
trifled, and cheer after clier rent. the
air that had become momentally
(in iet. An old Confedeate veteran,
with his hat in his hand, said. "That
tunle, you can't beat it."
Among those present on the review
ing stand were: Brig. Gen. W. I'. Cole,
commandor of Camp Jackson; Brig.
Gnt. 1. 1). Tyson and wife, Corp. C.
W. fatson. Llieut. .1. C. Dozier, Sergi..
(;atry I'. Foster. ]lelt. Col. T. B.
Spratt, Mr. and Nirs. Christie Benet,
Capt. E. WV. Sprinlgs, Senator M. -D.
Smith, Governor Cooper and 'mrs.
Cooper, Adj. Gen W. W. Moore, Sen
ator and Mrs. N. 'B. Dial of Laurens,
Congressman A. P. Lever, Congress
man F. H. Dominick, Capt. Morris
LumipkIn, Colonel Booker and Mrs.
Booker, Mr. mid Mrs. F. S. iMunsell,
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Robertson, W. A.
Coleman, T. J1. Pearce, Mr. and Mrs.
C. 11. Barron, C. 0. ilearon, W. A. Cor
mack, (Rio McKissick, Wil lank .
Directly behind the last company
canti the woiuded soldiers from Camp
Jackson in automobiles driven by
members of the Ied Cross motor corps.
The men recelved a rousing recep
tiont all along the line, itd zlIapelut k
enijoyed the outing which ilthe parade
I After having passed up Mlain to Flimn
wood Avenuei, thle columns111 1)atssed(
down Sumter St reet and the moen vere.
dismissed near Gervais.
At onice file soldiers flocked to Main
Street. where they were served with
edibles at the booths aloig the th or
Last night Main street presentIed a
seie of moveameniait aid color. Th'
amiusemeit iplaces were crowded to t i
doors mid restaurants and soda foum
tains were full to capacity until Iate
at night.-T-''he Slate.
('orporal Jtatson Kinwi Here.
Corp. George liatson. Who occupiel
a prominl at place in the ceremionlies
in Colum ia Monday, being awarded
the Dist: uished Service 'Cross, by
General ' .soii, Is well known In Lau -
rens where he has many friends. He is
a brother of Mrs. R. H. Benchoff and
has visited lier here on several occa -
Full line of best luality Aluminm
S. M. & Il11. II.WILKl4. & CO.
CAR LOAD OF OAKLANDS
The Sensible Six---Touring and Rtoadster.
Also, the wonderful Jordan--Sport-marine.
It's a beauty. See it.
Agent for . #AXON-SIX Agent for
Thae go'of riding Internationial
BUICK 'ight Six. Ever Truck--A Truck
Valve-in-Head notice the good for real service.
Motors specification of Come in and see
this little car? it.
Full line of Tires and Accessories.
ERNEST W. MACHEN
Laurens, S. C. 108 Sullivan St.
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asure up to Your Expectations in
is the fact that they have been given a
prominent place in, the corset stocks of
this country's foremost stores. Experi
enced corsetieres have found the front
lace principle perfected in F'rolaset Corsets,
hence their greatly increasing popularity.
ihmutIIif'uI mialIfls in 10(05 m ottl for e -
/ Switzer Company
Laurens, S. C.