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e4wbhrrIAn ipd Those Whe
/ isit 14eyborry.
l; J.-Fred. Schuimpert, the genial
sergeant-at-arms of the. state senate,
has i'eturned, to his home :in Newber
ry. There is no legislative aittache
more'ppular than he.-Daily Record.
Asociate Justieb Eugene B. Gary
spent Tuesday night in the city with
his cousin, Mr. John M. Knard.
Mr' Jeff J. Foot, of Atianta, Ga.,
spent a few hours in Newberry this
Mr.' J. W. Watt's, of Columbia, was
in 'the 4ity yesterday.
There will be service at Unity next
Sabbhth at 11 o'clock in the iorning
and at Prosperity at 4 'clock in tle
Miss Pearl Gideon, of Anderm,on, is
at honie for a few <tlys.
Mr. J. B. Ia11yes Spent Yesterday i-in
Mr. A. 1. CarPile. oI Saldta, was
in the city yesterday.
The liev. miAx(es, the evangeli-t.
will beg-ini a Ileeting at Smyrna next
Sunday mni"ne, which will eontinule
for One week. Preach ingl eve V day.
The public is corlially i.!vited.
The liev. S. B. Fuiltoil, D. D., i mis
Sioill of the Preshyterian church inl
Tokyo, Japanl. will conduet the ser
vices at Aveltei'.i PI-t-)bytterian clureli
on next Sunday inorni.,i.g. The puibliv
is cordially inlvited to at(eld.
A meeting lor mnI will be held
nx S1uday afternomi ill tle I'llth
eranl CIIIreh ofi tlle Redeemer at 3
0 'clo ck. The 1Rev. Mr. C'alenIdarI. ree
ior f.1 t Ipiscopal crb will ad
ire'ss the meeting. Su.ject-"Drift
im.'' All the men arv cordially in
vited to at lenld. It is simply a go-wpel
The will of M rs. Aail 'aroli.ne
Caldwell is being. contested in the
prob)Iate coirt f,or Newherry colunty.
A numb111erl of1, witiess;e hlave been ex
I11111newd anli tlie hwaring las bln co
tiiid to nexI week. The estate in
volves abont $30,000.
The Iac Ier II. Naids w il l meet wit II
Miss Laura Ilowin next Tuesday aI'
It-Irnoonl a1 -1.:0 o'elock.
Thell new frlont at Milimnauth'11is
neit' ..1! comlpleto n mt' l then 1)( will be
2in hiis remodteliing sale.
AM St. Luke's y,piscopal einneh,
Rev. W. E. Caltiar. reet 1r tie eh -
111d Slniuday il lA Nt, at 11 . Il.. the
010151.1prII,W h sel,1n1ol .11itl
.c.l,a tii I t ) ie li lo v eolYv liniuiniOn.
Subjet-Thiis s mIy body .lly blood.
At S p. m11. missiollaryv address. Tie
rector and vestry extend cordial in
vitatioii to yout to be present and wor
ship vithi them.
The lldio,s ot tihe Library associa
tion will' have a cake sale and a cake
walk in the vatl.nt store under 110tel
Frederiek on Friday, MaIcl 1. Fur
ther no(ie will be -ivenl later.
Mr. Joe Fel.e, of 'ollilbia. was
in the city yesterday.
. Increased Pay.
panyV senit out1 inot ie tin Wetdnesday
thaiit it hail "decidled to incre ease thle
salaries of the operators anid mnana
ger.s at all of it.- iiniependsent llihees
thtrouw ti ut thle counitryv t en per cenit.
fromt Ahuah li1st. This a pplies to all
chicels anud geeral clie f. and op er'a
tor's in. thle coimaii-y's idepenident
omeies.'' whi chim inides thle N ewberry
olmeei. 'Thle 11rahi antd N ews eon
graitiilates th li. ulliien'it miaineirer of'
the Newhetiirry oIlice~ til lher .ood for
DweMing House Burned.
'Thei dwellin:g house oft Mr. .Johni
Diekert in thle (O)'NeallI sectio.n of' this
county wiis desrydbaeonM -
day of' this wecek at l2 0'clocik. The
'fire, when Ilhwt discovered, was in the
'eari eiid of te hoiuse, and it is prob
-able thiat it was frotm a spark from
the stove roomu. There was nio li-e ini
t he hiouse at the t imei except that. in
the kitchen stove. There was no one
at home hut Mrs. 'Dickert anid her
three little children, and wh'len thie
fire was discov'ered, her first thought
wvas to save thie children, which she
did. No one else reached 1-le pla1ce in
time to lie of any assistanice, and thie
building withl its contents w~as entire
ly consumed and none of the house
hold goods were saved.
It was a one story house with four
rooms. The loss falls heavily upon
M~r. Dickert, as there was not insur
There are no peole iln the world
soquaint-ly humorons as the old time
Southern darky, with his vivid im
agination, his strong superstition, his
intense idea of religion. And where
will we find such an example of love
ad devotion as was embodiel in the
-old time black mammiy. . It is wvith
~egrOt that ,we r'ealiz/e that in a few
year's .these \types will have passed
etway, and the con(mg gtone.rationi4
inl know them only from story and
dorgW,sation omplete4 . 0onstiu
tion Adoptd-Jeady For
A meeting of the ladjos was held or
Wednesday afternoon in the eliambei
Df commerce rooms to complete th<
[rganizrtion of the civio league foi
Newberry. At the preliminary meet
ing held last week Mrs. R. D. Wrighl
was chosen president; Mrs. . J. E
Norwood, secretary, and Miss Fannic
ncCaughri,n treasurer. M's. R. D
Wright, Mrs. W. K. Sligh and Mrs
L. W. Floyd were 'appointed a com
Iuittee to prepare a constitution and
l)y-aws. This connittee reported al
[lie meeting on Wednesday afternoor
And the eonstitition was adopted.
Tihe organization was furtlher con
lcted by the election of Mrs. L. W.
IWloyd first vice-prosident and Mrs.
). MelR. Holines second vice-presi
lent. The ' officers constitute thit
>oard of goverhors. M . . K.
5li'h was chosein auditor.
Tile meibership is divided i.Ito at
ive and associate. The active to pay
i ieimbetFlhiip fee of 50 cents and an
ItIal dues of 50 cents and to attend
lie meetings and direct the work. The
ISSOilite Members to pay aninal duos
11 one dollar and to eoIvAel and ad
-ist- and contribute but not to take
aIt in the meetings.
A great deal of work was suggested
mid Ilhere is much to be do'e.
0in tie stiggetion of the president
lie tilnae oif Monieineit S(Iuare wals
tivei to the plat in the rear of the
-ollrt ulio sp.
Tlhie Herald and News statids ready
0 ass).ist thlis or-a.-nizationl inl anly and
Nhy Farmers Should Join the Cotton
Thiere are a number of people that
ivu t1heir reasons why they do not
o! tle nilionl, but they never con
idvr tlie imost important reason whyi
I..y slould beloing to it. Let its Ito
-( sme of' the rea1on1s why the
h4.11-1 i lill tile union:
isl '11d .vctnd4, thlat ill(, farmiers.
.:-11v stirk and lave failed in every
.:aiztion Tri. T i they have failed,
h'llev have been kicked down hill and
Afled abmout. but that is tle reasoi
aliv t etV shiild be inore ol courageous
;iilitise ot r a eielt and lionoret
r1e latiers hi iv41 e u) after ill(
I'all of1 41m'l first parents, whal wvold
be tl!e vmlition of' the worldi today
Vice, ignorancte and harharismll woil(
r-eign supreme, darker thian prehiistor.
ie aiges. Our forefathers didn't hove
in ashes and whine% over Lost Para
An Olt Man.
News From ChappeAls.
Cliappells, Feb. 21.-Chappells i,
Jead--flhat is New Cliappells. Al
[lte work and Ialk of moving "I) ol
I it' lill '' has amnounitedl to nothing.
Mr. G. McG. SmnithI and Mr. Wmi
lI. KeithI certa:inly' deserve mneh cret.
it ini wor)king~ sto faithifully tfoir the
Ilolloway l-ros aind (Glenin Smiitl
['o. arie amnimii the firm-is t hat recent ly
111pene1d up lit this pii,
fillIi in fte pl1ace as t elegraiph opera
tor recen mt ly held by Mr. WV. T1. Olenn
Mir. W'. I?. SmiithI, Mr*., retunrne;
tifriiom m'fI NorahrCarolila several day:
have biten <piite4 sic'k, arte nunch bet.
Mrl . I?. S. I loazman1 ii hadl hiis hui'gg
'onisiderblyl smaslihed' upl by ai rnna.i
way horse. Mr. Boiazimani wtas throwi
from hmuisy buti f Iortunat tely suistaineit
Miss i~Maymet Boazm.ian has beeni
11t' sick since her i'eturn fr'oim Un
MrIi. ,J. L. Watkinis has miov'ed in hia
Mr'. A. P. Coleman is adding 5 mor<
roomiis toi his dwelling
Mr. B. W. Watkins we are glad t<
saty is up! agaii.
Mr. Chai'lie Pelhiam was in Chiap
'Tw'o Newber'ry men, Mr. S. 0. Cat
ter and Mr. J. J. Murand are in bus
Botys remember, Chappells has oni;
one youihg lady i.n ''The State Coni
te--t'' and remembei', t;oo, we mus
see flint she wins at least one of tht
Mr. Lamber't Jones received ever;
vte that was east for probate judg
at this precinct.
Mir. Sinpervisoir, the approach' t
railroad bridge across Saluda rive
is certainly in bad condito'n.
Mr. Z. F. W'right, president 'of thi
chanmber of commerce of N'ewbeirr
has ap)pointed delegates tg the immi
grat ion conference in Columbia.
The following. gentlemen wore ap
pointed and weont .downV to Columnbi
yesterday afternoon: Gleo. Johnston
Jno. M. Kinard, J. A, Birton-, W& I
Spearman, and Jno. 0. oggant.
To the voter6 of
and county: I have '
eral times about tho
latgre in regard t
t'he water works cou#
dispensary in 'thi 'o0t
now give my personal.r u,,f
what I did in these m 'a 01
As to the first Ih
interest in it except tt of it
zen to act for the bestof1 cit
Several persons came te, i (ht
duce an act to place the eleotyJ ligh
and water works in the hand?C' C1
city council Mid as a pubi6,,;iva,
I did so and at the suggestion f M
Aull an election wIts provid der I
which I at. once and with jui
agreed and asked tle senate ' to col
cur in the same. Now as 'tQ tl
change, that is for the peop'le nd
am not goilg to say a word.hin ti
matter. If you want it vote- for i
and if not, vote against it, it inak4
.11o difference to me either way;:js
have no axe to grind and no fa'or I
ask along that line.
As to the dispensary, under ti
new law I thought it nothing' bi
right Olat as other counties were I
have them that Newberry be givc
ait equal right. and he allowed to pa
uponl tie question for herself. If tI
people do not want it then vote I
keel) it out, and if they do want i
they should have tie right to say t
and as their representative I purpo
ed to give them that privilege regart
less of what any man had to say, I
he lobbyist or what. My position c
tihe state dispelns-ary question is we
known as is also my views on the pre
'nt h.w and I do .not expect to tal
any part in this election if I am 11
alole by some p.eople, but if tht
want me in it I will accomnodate thle
:Is best I ean as I fear no evil .fro
thwil o. any of those whom they ca
entrol as I hope I proved when
l'orced this privilege to my peop
through (lie sena-te over their lobb
in.- and iiterference with the duti
that t'he people of Newberry coun
had commissioned ine to perform f,
If the pioper petition il Ipresetll
to the supervisor lie will order t
election and then the people sl
whether they want a county dispe
sary IIr not. If they do Jhey shou'
havo 1i, and if not, then it should n
and can not be forced upon thei
This is fair to'all and is true dei
These in brief are my reasons.
w'int I didl and m personal feetin
as to the iesults wren the Clectio
are held and I have no apology
ma-e for them an( at the proper tit
will meet my people face to face ai
i give a full account for thLse and i
ot her aicls of mine as t h:ir senator.
R es pect fully,
Cole. L. Blea-e.
I take (his method of sinc(erely ai
profoundly thainkin'g my f,riendls f
the .sulpport given me in my ra'e f
probate juidge. I entertain no mali
or ill feeling for those wtho vtetd f1
the oither candidates in the race.
Imy friends who have already mai
- fsted an interest in my election,
gether with those wvho may suppt1)
m'e on (Tuesday) February 26th, w~
h lonor me with their support an(l e(
tidence, I will eep-tainly apprecil
v'ery highly thecir kindness in so
-ing. .If on the contrary my opplone(
Ishiold prove to be the ma.n of the
(hoice I will gracefully submit to t
will of the people.
Frank M. Schumnpei
February 20th, 1907.
"The Sweetest Girl in Dixie."1
There are no people in the we
who have been so universally ma
1the theme of story and -song, as
people of Dixie Land. .The' stesi
- march of commercialism is fast dr
ing romance from us, .but the Soun
- land will be slow to yield to the"
-vader. For ,it -is. the home of chiv
ry, tlhe home of fair women~ and,bre
f men, -the place where the sun sbhh
- brightest the' moonlight is clearb
twhere the women speak softest,
amen love ,strongest 'and fight qul
est; that Dixie Land.
a The Sweetest Girl, in' D3aie'' is
a class by itself, itg is so unlike1
> other plays of the Stath~that we hu
r seen. Perhaps 'Miss $1etnons; whc
at Southern womanyha beer& a' I
partial to hotr ownep 14f60 she 1
0 certainly pictuirdd ahi~ the
c harming peop)d j'iiw~l~
- evei the most en ' irlt~ danl
no fatult with
gentihe tea i)O'OtJ
Sbe septa ~ 6 \
01 011 6 .1
- l t1 thro,
ltrack of th6se 1eedn.
SOn the 121h 4ftbi 6
ir Pui*dy issited an orde1 dieti tat
the maste,i should take testu.noiy
10 to whether. the eleotioua,.d
wl"ther Johi P. Fit ook' p
Y' therein, and also hethei2the resnlt
was diclaved, " puedtnde df thi*
ts order Mr. Rikard 'Went toWh1'iVire
le oi Monday evening nd took the
Stimony a directed. Tlli testiniony
was ordered 'e the order of. Judge
Lo Purdy states fh'n e
1- not as , a matter, of right t6
- either party. The copy of
1 the testimony was filed with
e Judge PuA'ly at Abbeville on \ed
t iesday. evening and the final hearing
was had beford him at the same time.
Mr. F. H. Dominick,- representing
Mr. Holt, and Mr. F. B. Ofier, rep
resenting Mr. Fant, 'were prosent at
tho taking of. th6 testimony at Whit
mire on Monday evening, and Mr.
Dominiek left Newberry on Wednes
day to attend the final hoaring'before
Judge Purday at Abbeville. The fol
lowing is the order of Judge Purdy
referred to above:
STATEt OF SOUTH1 CAROLINA,
N THE CiCUIT COURT.
t. hite State, ex Relatione'A.'J. Holt,
oo ~ vs.
i Jonlit1 P. Fant, Defendant.
Ri IT IS ORDNRED that it be refer
s- red to the Master to take the testi
e nvy under tile issues raised in this
t proceeding, tle testimony to be diree
y ted particularly to the questions as
mi to whether the election wa-;- held,
i whether the relator and respondent
in took pIirt therein,-and whetlher the re
I stilti was declared.
le This reference must be held so as
y- to have the tesiiniony filed not later
es thn Tuesday iext, and a copy must
ty be furnished me at Abbeville, not lat
or. er thln Wednesday night of next
week, at Abbeville, S. C.
ad This reference is ordered solely folr
he imy (onvenience, and not as a mattet
iy of right to eit.her party, and the testi
n- mn<oy so taken will be in addition to
d the aldavitLs which have been served,
ot and which may be used at tile hear
0.. R. 0. Purdy,
Judge Presidlig in Eighth Circuit.
or February 12th, 1907.
gs The Herald and News gives here
ns with a synopsis of the 'testimony anc
to of the amdavits taken by the mastel
ne at Whitmire on Monday night.
id Mr. J. Gt. Setzler was the first wit.
l ness who testifled, and lie stated thal
the notices of election were p)ostei
in differeiit laces, bult that he hias
no copy. He said that lie was appoiint
ad supervisor. of registration by Mr
Faint, and that so far as lhe was ad
ad vised, thle registration w~as acco rdini
or' .to law. That .Johni P. Fant 'and A. J
or. Holt were 'candidates- for election ii
ce the election which was held ,Januiary
or 5, 1907. That Mr. Fant kneiv of thi:
If election and registered for it aiid was
al present on day of election and voted
Ok That lie kept the books until the da:
)rt of' ele.ction. There was iio other no
'ill tice given except the one testified to
bI- Mr. ZA. B. Wrig'ht testified thlat thie
te candidates for intendant at. the elee
to- -tioni on January 5, were Jnhn P. Fan
nt and A. J. Holt. That Mv. Fant ap
iritdhim as manager of election
he and-thiat Mr. Fant voted at-thle ece
tion. That Mr'. Aughtry and Mi
Dobbins assisted him as manager an<
they counted the votes tifter thle poll
were closed. 'That prinited ticket
wvere used at the election and tha
these tickets had twvo names for -in
d tendant, and seven or eight for wvar
do d6ns and tpiat the tickets were fur
h nished by Mr. Fant. :That when th<
- votes wei-e counted. Mr., Aughtry de
v olared the, election .before the whtoli
gl reovd ,than was ina the room and w
II1 all heai-d it.
o* Mr. Holt also voted in that. elec
' tion. .* Mr. R. M. A,ghtr~ and M1
'6T $p. P. Dobbins testified that th
sh stater'ents; of Mr. Wright were cor
Mr. A; J, Holt-tasUified as follows
'Iwas ti candidate for election fo
Stendant held ott 5th. day of Januar)
19107. I..voted in the oleetjen. I wa
nh~~iformed of the electior,. I was no
'lhere wvhen the, irag ias declare<
J the votes. N y' olpor ent of sal
p~ 1ei~ was Mr. Joht .r ut. M1
S)lnP. Faint renked a fotne0r u1i
Q'onatof the towni fW$mire~ M
a Scandi oto'I ehp eletior
~ 44'anthew ~t~pi4
t did notW
TOwn's Is sl
Mtsoi alid ' 4 af
of JanuarP0 sont t1e,
myIpce the 1'1 4t J,-ule 1y I h*ave
no books, or -ape pkopefty' i
my hands.. The 'prb134 estod c
the books, p pt* and p"oPe of
town is the dl6rk and treasurer A M
WatFoi, and I turned .:hen allt over
to him on the 10,th day"of January,
1907, and have nolle of them, in 'Ay
possespion or 'under my control, I
have no bo'oks or papera in my posses
sion or haven't had since 16th day 9f
Januay, 1907. Tovi council after
the election January 5th, 1907, pass
ed a'n ordinance declring,the elee
tion January 5th, 1907, illegal, null
and void, and posted notices of said
"Mr. Setzler posted notices under
my instructions. The books for reg
istriition for the voters for the town
of Whitmiip were open and held open
for 90 days for an election to be held
for municipal officers in the town of
Whitmire to be held the 5th day of
January, 1907. But does not know
whether the notice contained the but
will not deny the date. I k4ow Mr.
Setzler, my counoil vippointed Mr.
Setzler as supervisor for the town of
Whitmire. I know Mr. Setzler and
believe Mr. Setzler's veracity for
truthfulness is high aid would be
lieve Mr. Setzler on his oath as quick
as any one else."
Mr. Fant stated to Mr.- Holt that
the election was declared pull and
void on account of complaint from
citizen.s. ''Mr. F. V. Pant. is broth
er of mine. The election was held on
January 5, 1907. 1 was candidate
for the office of intendant oil Janu
aiy 5, 1907. I took part and voted
in that election. I electioneered in
said office and tried to get my friends
out. to vote. Mr. A. J. Holt was my
opponent in that election. Result of
that election was 44 to 49 in favor of
Mr. Holt. Mr. Watson was elected
clerk anl treasurer. Had a council
meeting on the night of January 15th
and the couneil' instructed me to ap
elei-k and treasurer. Under said reso
lution I appointed Mr. Watson.
This was after the election. I was
former clerk and treasurer. On the
5th day of January I was acting as
intendant, clerk and treasurer for
said town, and I did not turn over the
books to Mr. Watson until after the
the election. I had funds in my hands
t at that time, don 't know the exact
.amount had cash dleposited in bank
. vhiceh was transferred to Watson.. I
appointedl managers for said ehect.iop.,
I took charge of my oflice on January
5th, 1906, my term was until my sue
cessor was eldeted and qualifled. I
was elected for term of 12 months
said 12 mo.nths expired an 5th~iay of
Mr. A. M. Watson testinied that lhe
held the position of clerk and treas
uirer' of the town, and that he has
-charge of the hooks. The first is ai
#1neral account book, showimi' the
flnes collected, street tax, taxeil pro'p.
1. erty and the general accounts of the
- town, and a cash book, showing
,amounts oif deposits and amounts
- paid out, and the registration aind
c heck and bank book. He said that
I Mr. Fant turned over to him all the
i books and papers, but did not ti1rr
a Over the keys. ,That he voted in the
t election, and so far as lie knew, the
- election was genrally known in -the
- towvn of Whitmire.
Among the affidavits submitted,
3 was one fAgm J. H. M. Kinard, 01
- the Observer Printing company, r
3 which lie said that he had printed the
3 tickets for the election to be held. it
the town of Whitmire on the,5th of
- J'anuary, 1907,' on the order of Johr
-P. Fant, and that the inames of Joitt
S P. Fant. and A.. J. Holt wer'e placed
-on the tickets as candidates for jai
~red H. Dominick sworn~ says; thai
r he had heard John P. Fant tell A J
', Holt that he had ordered the~ ticketi
s for~ the election
SJ. G. Setzler swore that he wa sun
pervisor of the.,books of registratiot
Iand that 'said bo#kcs were 6pei frort
Septemlier 15, 1906, to Dentie *15
1900, and that!he knows' t jt
PFant had eneral noties ib91t
L he efreet that he bio>ks 6 :*i'a
* tin were opeh at the st' rfe rWe
angd9t 1 14
. he ;jo4ok %a
4f~Til~ie8r4 i~e aV.1
ih4 si A. J.. U.91 t,'at. td4said:
John P: P?aht. fiw h iky9r''ffe,
anol,'he further asta te. adA
,4*,, olt:'demaiided, the books'a4i'd-.6tho
pperty 4-hlie town of .John Pant
an t1e said #ph P. Pant'refused
to :eliver the books and otier prop-.
F. W. Faut nakes affidevi that h
believes the election held in the town,
of Whitmire on Januiar.t ,5, 1907, was
fair and that. A. J. Hojtl should be
allowed to discharge the duties of ii
tendant to' which he was elected.
Hot Entitled to the Office-.
After having heard: the testimony
taken by the master at Whitmire on.
Monday night and the aiffdayits sub i
mitted with it and the argument 0
council, Judge Ptirdy decided . that
thei-e was an election, that both. par
ties participoted in it 'and that the
rdsnlt. was declared, -and that A. J.
Holt was elected intendant of the'
town of Whitirie '6nd is entitled to
the books and papers belonging to the
town, vhich *were in the hands of J.
P. Fant, as intendant on the 5thday
of January, 1007. This will probably
end the litigation over the question
i,n favor of A. J. Holt. Jidge Purdy
indicated that lie would probably give
the respondent five days in. which to
turn over the books and papers.
At the hearing the respondent was
represented by F. B. Grier, of Green
wood, and W. H. Hunt from Newher
ry, and the petitioner by F. H. Domi
nick, of Newberry.
Messrs. Hunt and Dominick return
ed to Newberry from Abbeville yes
The Salvage sale is on at A. C.
Jones' and .some bargains never heard
of before are being offered.
All. persons holding claims against
the estate of Miss C. P. Summer, de
ceased, are hereby requested to pre
sent the same, properly attested to
me on the 12th day of March, 1907,
and all persons indebted to said es
tate are requested to m1,ke payment
by said date to the under?igned.
J. A. Summer,
Y. M. 0. A. at Newberry College.
Arri.ngements have beeni made for
a series of pradtical addresses during
the spring in the interest of the Y.
M. C. A. .of Newberry college. The
gentlemen wvho have so far cotueted
to make addresses, with the top'cz as
!innedc( them, are: Dr'. James A. iN.
Scherer, '.' What are the Principles
That Should Guid'e a College Man in
Choosing His Life Calling?'' .Prof.
A. J. Bowvers, D. D., ''The Present
Need, Possibilities and Call of the
Ohristian Ministry;'' Rev. W. L.
Seabrook, ''The Needs of the Mission
Fields;'' Dr. Geo. B. Crmer, ''Chis
tian Service in Business and Profes
sional Life;'' Ray H. Legate. ''The
Ca'1 of 'the Youing Men's Christian
Association' for Trained Leadeir
ship';' Rev. M. 0. J. Kreps, ''Chris
tia n Stewardship.'
Thle association is consideirin.g the,
piropositioni of subs,ribing foir a share.
in-' the mission schosol which the Unit
od Synod is to build in Japan. Thi
investment, when made, will serve as
an [nspiration for many years to
come to the young meon whor will comn
pose thle membershiip of the associa
STA'TE OF SOUTH CARO1ANAS
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY
BY John C.;Gogigan4, C. C. '. P. Apt
- Aa S..E. Pitte hath made
m,~e, to gran$ her Letters of
S4I lration of the listate of and'.
ERAR fTT~~FORE to cite,
ahd admopish *aa sitign'lar the
Ikindred an 4 eior of the saidl W.
A. 1?itts d eel,::that they lie inVV
appiear 'betoietua in the C6irto~1
I rokge, t:be 11eld at NewherrQ 0,
$2t44 . Pr.d $r ' arch 8th,, nextK
ftev "tbl~ibt thereof at 1
~ the orenbon, 44 shw
~ i~ ~ hey have tead