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REV. "VGYPSY" SMITH
INVITED TO LAURENS
fill, 1'etiively Accepted Invitation
but Mllay not Coine Before Next June
1tev. "Gypsy" Smith, Jr., son of
anoth, r noted IEnglisl evan)gelist by
0-h. saine name,, has been invited by
00 !nsiaI'!il Union of this city to
coinduct a r(vival in tis city at his
eaiWi t opporttinity. Th Invitation
( ','ivar!ri''i to (Chester. where Rev.
ih h heen conducting a meeting,
-' 1:a: i! '' fro:.l the local church
- I) . nv a~t:on i accepted
wi'h t -wvat 101)5 which it is undel
tor A can easily be it. Ilowever,
th1' --rv' - -xi!l not he held until some1'
fint in June of next year.
a meectill of cimmll1littees of three
ilin .'nday afternoon. an exectiive
comm!~~'' of five. r'epresentilnz one
f- om "al l dellOnlillatioln, was st(' d
io 'ik- ntire char=e of all He Walls
of : -.. m. etini. This comllitten' is
(mn!1'OS.-d of the followintg: A. C.
To116. from the Presbyterian chulrich;
I. !-:. Babb. from tie -Methodist
hr : :II. oper. 11rom the Hp
t:' n : . 11. -:llis, from the .\.
P. K he:- ii and another y-t to bo
n r---rs nt t hie t-:piscopa
(.!.: . . , . 1 olli.n , r ct('or of that
ch . havinvl heen confilned to his I
I'w '. (n acecounlt of 1 filnafmtinle and
i( - d aI hi chu rcI I h I's rop -
I i ('w a c tal111n
1 I z tIld . f I) iul'm
a i . y!If" : it h i . 1
10t; 1a IthS pl ('a i . a d.-_()
1 t ' 9; ! : y t r n
-. . mamI r of -hI eoem
- ' (I tI irI 'y d i :11 .lli
Sad 0111 .$1 el of, w a.; SI l t ia NI
~Va's'itltn4' tin wa.e the hat e
no i -.- to iI et fI l capIa)I y a 1 d1 1 on
Sm Olla o! 1 tr Ii oc a 'iona
av iuy tin c o t e ' xaatin pa wa lKout :
pit . thd e I I rowd ovrlo x'"! ;, Ilh
spa1:I(:u;Is gro !nilk rot: ide.
Ol ihr('s of Ihe Sundai))s he astim in
-hMr' r. Sm11 i Ith 1,0 ok0 a hr huntry
et! 3 'kng 14athrte Sermons that
hi .:!v'red o eah of tlse Itro
day cnd on one of these Sunday.Nt
was shetmatl d at th tim . that h
spolk ao fromt seween 9.01t and 1".- I
60"p-ole or- one- four1- th of' thw counl
ty-1' plopulation. With a seating va
paity under tI(h canvass of abou
2,50 the erowd at the teni on stv
ill ocasins must have nuimbered
from 350 Lo L, n000. roughout the
miethng the ateindaner efr the
colin'y has been large, espwcially from
the country around Chester; and
ther are probably only a few white
people, in the(, county who did. not hfear
at le-ast one sermlon. Owing to limited
1a1C.1111 dations it e oilld not be i
ranu"d to havf all of the colored 'lo
[)I' pr sent at the services; but I
Smith hre pecia of evervie flotea
aooe people, t'atu' o w i he was lirly t
Itend1tx4t1)d and ('reate xl hadjoynd.
(4 TheIi m etin wx' f . 14 :! (1'4l i y~ (If at ..
aflt 2 .'ltliof the~gI (aifu the mmi04'
'stlytIndini sma 'l'measurt of t'
tnee 1110 f't he nittng i d e'o.h
Ilo'a(l i 1g 41( tnniiet1- ' A sn id aItmos-'l
theril sI heletdroawn in tadevanceit
Iland l h e,) i 'us 1r n'ts lhotia. t
(at'. i te *xrayersal of the ant4 m'en1'
bynd w41men4 ofe't 1( ('hIst'rwho ha long'
k' .th:in i 'and 44)' till! aye sweth' hearf.
All' 'T e h stc arg of the' II!i ( '4 4' must~i.
out the only way by which there is
remission of sir.'
Mr. Smith is a ion of the famous
"Gypsy" S'ith, o)- of the most fa
mous preachers 'at England ever
produced, and I-son of an old
gypsy patriarch 1 was called from
gypsy life into G "S service, and is
still Veachnt t -ay of salvation
at the ag (t eig:,'". '\ t'"' L1'
tells interestingly the story o; his col
version eleven years ago, which was
follow'd ly a rall to preach. He has
been < it of the seminary only foir
years. Ibut is raplidly winning his way
to the "ront amnong the ablest evange
lists of this age.
Ti fferin-i to Mr. Smith from Ihe
people 'if C(hiester and ('hester voun
ly, as 'me faint ineasitle of their alp
precia itn 4If the great thints he has
rione for Ilie coiimmity, amouttied to
$I,211-. whil-- Mr. Allen was presented
with a sinecial gift of $266 for his
work- and Miss Hoagland with $10fl.
Whil.e we have no definite state
imient onl tle siubject l)etwveen 2.17flut
and 2 .O inust have identilled Ihein
S-lves ith tlie iurches or tecons -
raid their lives to Christ as a ir
sl (of the Sinith meeting.
.itls. .11001H-. I,0SI''S F.\THER-.
W. I,. Padttt, of Saluda Contity. Di1ed
onl Octobetr 15. I.
Mrs. I,. ,. \oore was called to her
foriier homt . in F'alaida 'oiity onl ac
coult of i( (e'ath of 1n(i father, 'Ir.
\\. !". P~twhich occintrIed onl the,
1Q.h. lr. t10ore Al::m wont down in at
-n I II,- funi ral. .\An a(e In! of V .
P id t : df- ilhtI ap'warrd ll 'Inli Stat
S . r folo
w n n 'rmer of lld ) nunt.
- m'. i t I
, irnf : I , c p te e :\* d ri d: a'
fm ila y "' -ix c !!dr* ,I . I'' no
vaII]. o:, co(,!-'!(.e Ira in -).
ha I f op ( otu n i ay 8 !!-n a .
he did what b1,e cou. d 'o N:. '
hi: w. vn chilfirl in wd Io - ''I a i
Ih l -k dae:1 at ion (if o'her! :. H.. :11'.t
o mll s 41uminl-g fril-t1i to *!!(- p"oor. a n
ltr:?ioul planter and a mani f oT
in: Shar ete , i r Jill Iw aly b 'n t i
his dialings with his fellov man.
Mr. lPIlauit is survived by his wifo.
who was .\iss Mattie NMiller, tIhv
dlaiht (itof Shepherd 5. Nlill'r. at
Karly settler in the eastern part of
P divoield counity, and froin this itnion
were horn seven children. six of whoni
.-trv ive as follows: Mrs. Vara Adams
of Saluda, Mrs. Mayie .\loore of i14u1
r'ns. -'.rs. Palma .\offett of Akron,
'.o, .i'A Sadie Padgett, a teneher in
Ole I -a.r s county public sliools. 1
:\. P-- . who .until recently resid
i n I'lains, (a., and A. C. ladgett,
a lawyer of Atlanta, Ga.
\lr. Padgett suffered a break down
several years ago, but his untiritp
energy and uilitisnally active disposi
ion madl it dificutlt for himt to giv
up the tasks atnd burltdenis of life ani
althioulgh a great suffvee' inl recent
year'., he was htopoiftl to thle last. and
tmet tILLe ommtont faite~11 lik a brave' sol
!i ls :ntluence(' anid frjinly~ adieti
whlo wiill r-I'rhIt to, hi'ar of his iass
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wsvtt o sligh at lits genera Islaugh.n
l' et '(r and Cottiltt n: 1 ta lly are w othy
ofSL 51s pr lellioh.~ ThI it e v'e ry~'i I timi
itnd ln -!' y (1 'ahen a way'. fromi the
Attorney General Wolfe is Convinced
After Visit to National Capital.
President Wilson's mind is perfect
ly clear and as alert as ever, accord
ing to a statement made to newspaper
men by Attorney General Samuel M.
:1 Columbia, Thursday, regard
ing a conversation between United
States Attorney General Palmer and
a few State attorneys general in
Washington recently. Attorney Gen
eral Palmer told the State's attorineys
general that there had been no im
palrmentt of the residellt's mental
.\Ilorniiey Genera l Wol fe stated that
h( thought it well to set at naught
c(itain iu mors that have beeni cii rrent
thtroughou tle couiitry relative to the
Imenti at cond(lition of PIresilent Wilson.
"I was one of a doz.. attoileys gei
vital who coiii(( with Aftorney
;eneral 'almir at Washi ngton in r
gaio he light againlst the high cost
of liing, when the matter of the
presielit's health was disius.1d.
said \lrI. Wolfi i to th1 i Iwspapie! mien.
"One of thev attornteys asked ilr. P11a!
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mer to make a frank statement as to
the rumors that had been In circula
tion regarding the president's mental
state. The attorney general replied
that the ipresident was sinply suffer
ing from nervous exhaustion (uc to
his phenominal labors in America and
in Europe during and after the war,
but t hat his mind is as bright as ever
and there is no indication whatsoover
of any mental breakdown."
Attorney General Wolfe state(l that
the reports of Mr. Wilson's mental
condition have (loub tless been brought
about by the recent publication of a
letter from Senator Owens.
Depository and Depositary.
The itionary defites diepository ae
n warellolu'e, i d'epo1s i tory for goo(1s;
it clerk' ofiler for records; a wit are
house for storuge, ete. A dteposliary is
it person with whn'iii ianything is teft
for lodging ill Irust; as a trustee; it
*-nnrdlilln; oie to wholl it thing Is left
for sife keeping. All national hunikM s
il the Unite! States that ir - r itlit
14d by tihe governimnit for (tposit I are
rate.d as deotariel 1s 4 and the gov
'rneMtit livaib:ily ttS til word (de
oii,.ltary) for any ioey, boldIs, te.,
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Where you have Valves ove
high above the ground, under or o
you should use one of our Sprocke
Chains, which will permit you to
the ground and operate Valve. I
be glad to hear from you.
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