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E. II. AULL, EDITOR.
Entered at the Postofficc at Ne\
berry, S. C., as 2nd class matter.
'Tuesday, March 17, 1908.
VENTRAL METHODIST OHURC;
Largo Congregation Sunday Mornii
and Sunday Evening?Missionary
and Young People's Officers
The services in till is church <
Sunday were very interesting, ai
tho attendance very larj>v, being lie
essar.v even on Sunday morning
raise I lie divisions of the Suiuh
school room, and at night the enti
church was Cull.
In the morning Dr. Wollii
preached an earnesl and practie
sermon on the words ol" the brother<
our l.onl. dames, where lie say:
'' I'relhren. if any of you <|o err I'roi
the truth. and one eonverl him; I.
ihiin know (lial lie that coiiverlcth ll
sinner t'roni the error of his way slia
save a .-on I I roin death and shall 11i?
a mult ilude ol' si lis. *''
A most impressive ami en joy a hi
part ol' the services was the singiii
ol" two beautiful selections by M
'Douglass h. liel'twieh. This genth
tufln is a commercial traveler and
sincere Christian, lie is an csleeme
friend of Mr. 'A. I'\ Wrighl and I)
d. Is. Clildor, of the Methodist cliurel
and indeed of a large circle c
.friends in all the churches.
In l lie congregat ion at the mori
ing hour was noted the presence <
I foil. <(' l'Yatheivlone. of Lauren
and of Prof. Duncan Wallace. Corn
erly of this city and now of W'offoi
The 11ilit services were made esp
cially interest ing by the a I of inslsi
hi I ion of I Id* newly elected office
of the missionary societies, the I'o
eiijn. the home an<| the lodden Link
which is the voting people's sociel
Tho act was itnpre-sive and uispi
ing. At the head of ihe Korek
Missionary Society I hat devot.
workers, Mrs. .1. \V. Ilnmbert, to<
her place once more and with her
number of active workers. The f?
lowing is the list: I'resident. Mrs.
W. Humbert; 1st vice-president, Mt
\V. II. Wallace; 'Jiol \ ice-presidei
M cs. |'. C. (i i a I hi i*? I; ,'inl vice-presi
dent, Mirs. d. W\ White; recordii
.secretary. Mrs. liurr Martin; assis
ant. Mrs. Claude Dovd: tivasun
M iss Daisy Cannon; correspondii
secretary, Mi<> Lucy Kpps.
Managers of the dnve'iile Soi-b-t
jMi- P. ('. tiiallard and \lr-. Mam
I lorii?by, M rs. I*. ('. Williams beii
agent for the Woman's Ad vocal.*.
To direct ill.* Woman's llonic Mi
sum sm-ielv wire inducted lh.> !'
Iowiitolliccrs: Mrs. .1. W, (liapma
president ; Mrs. dohn II. Wicker. I
vice-pr.^idonl ; Miss Mamie Salle
2nd vice-president: Mrs. Crank .)
Schuni|u*rt. .'5rd vice-president; Mi
?I. W. White, treasurer; Mrs, ('. I
Cao i n o 11, correspond i ny secret an
(Mh's. Ii. (Williams, recording se
.vetary. and Mrs. \Y, 11, j Iorushy, h
, cal treasurer.
The otlicers installed for the Your
People's society were the following
iPresidenl. Miss Minnie Ilavird; 1:
mid 2nd vice-presidents. Miss lval
Porter and Miss Maggie Thomasoi
'secretaries. Miss Annie Taylor an
iMiss Alice West, and treasurer, Mis
All of these were called before tli
clvancel of the church and, after
brief address by the pastor, the r.
sponsive introductory service wi
read and tin* act closed with a bri.
Dr. Wolling preached on the sign
flea nee of the Three Crosses, and tin
closed the services of another Lord
Physicians Minimum Tec Bill for T1
Town of Newberry. S. C.
Physician s Fee Dill for the Tov
of Newberry. S. ('.
Miuiite physical examination, $.">.11
Wrilten advice. $2.00.
Written certilicate, $2.00.
Advice to a patient, $1.00.
Pcseript ion, $1.00.
Vaccinal ion. $1.00.
Detention during the day per hoi
Detent ion during the night p
Jious, fl .00.
Day visit $2.00.
Xiglil visits alter dark ,o 10 o'clo
p. tn.. $.'>.00,
Niglit visit alter 10 o clock, $.">.(
Mileage -each iniL* ?.;;e way up
five miles, 2.'? cents.
Mileage at night double.
Ordinary obstetrical cases, $20.01
?'l)clivery, obstetrical?with forceps wia.i
?Low L'\ $25.00. ceiJ
Del ivory ? obstetrical?with for- Ivn
ceps High 1<\, $:}r>.00. faP
v~ Surgery. \K.
Keducing fracture and first dross- tlie
ing, $5.00-$50.00. the
lieducing recent dislocation, $5.00- rop
$50.00. cr ]
liloducing k|ld dislocation, $15.00- up
K. $45.00. in?
Tntroduction of catheter extra, er
Hypodermic injection, $1.00. mnj
Administration of general anesthe- the
fic, $5.00. ' fop
Amputation?arm or leg, $25.00- Ne\
..1 $100.00. onc
id Amputation in general, $10.00- *
to Treatment of stricture, $10.00- 'J0
re Other surgical operations, $,">.00- t.
'g ')r- Mayer, Dr. .1. K. fJilder,
;il Dr. \Y. (!. I I onsen 1, Dr. I'. fi. Kllesor, ,
>f Dr. .1. M. Kibler, Dr. \Y. M. Pelhain, .'V.'
'Jr., Dr. |<\ I). M'ower, Dr. \\r. A. '
>i Dunn, Dr. T. W. Smith, Dr. .1. A. *w. j
I .Meldau, Members Newberry iCouiitv it ,.
it> Medical Sncielv. '
1,1 AS TO THE PERMANENT WORK, j
Dr. G. A. Sctzlcr Discusses the Pro I ^
visions of Newberry County able
Supply Bill. ?...
11 kidilor Herald and News: I re'
spec!fully ask for space in your paper,
in order to review some of the
reasons given for Mie county
supply b ll, enacted by the representatives
of the county, at the last sesi
- s i o ii .
?f In the tirsl place, I will notice the
s, exclusive work of the county chain
i- gang ui) certain public roads desigd
nal.od, viz: I he road loading from
Prosperity to steel bridge over Salue
da; I'im|,k Newberry to steel bridge
il_ o\ er Saluda: the main road leading
I rom Newberry to Prosperit v: l!ie
) _ ( alk s I cry road, leading" from Pross.
p?'i-ily i<. the Lexington line; the
v. road lead inn1 from- Prosperity to
r- Lit 1 le Mountain. And :i lax will be
;is levied mi all |:]|c taxpayers of (lie
.,1 county to tlie amount of $7,000 for
>|< benelit ol. the few, to (lie material
, injury of I lie many. I ask in all
,1 candor, is it equity or justice.'
.1. And, moreover, are <uo! the roads
s. wliic!i are In be worked liv the*
il chain gang more easily kept in ?-ood
(|_ condition than any ol the other puhlie
roads iu the county, with the exl_
ception, probably, of the public road
.r< leading from Newberry io da la pa?
i,_,. !n?l"_ii!! _? I roiii my limited know led.;-.' W
of i!ic topography and the soil of the I L
v ion. I would say t.hey were. 11'i ft
'bat he so, would il not have been j
I more in accord with justice. Io have P^T"
j a^-i-n.'d llie chain nam; io those a.
s_ j roads which are more dillicult Io pul I
! '"d Keep in condition .' I tut as j
n> I I h'-re ?,,, d.'legates sei.l from New- :
I berry and Prosperily Io ('olunibia.
r< 1 !' ?d to obey ('heir hellesls. as (lie
I represenlal ives were from I hose liwo
s '"wns. I n fori una I e for the county
I ibal il 11ad no representative, for if
.. il had ihad i I s pistil ion of over (we
(j_ hundred signers of (Ire lax payers, oh.
Ruined by very lit lie canvassing,
might have, receiv.nl s&nnc eonsidcra|
( J loin. I would also stale for inl'ornialion.
thai of those to whom 1
^ presented the peOi^ion 11/i not yleigbt
j* per cent signed it willingly. I will (
* :ils?, state that Mint there were only
* three, lists out, and th<ey were put N<
out late. * a
I will dose tor (lie present, and
if Ibis communication doesn't go to
10 I he waste basket, I will give some of
l the reasons why J would prefer |t
L>- county commissioners in lieu of sup- /r
^ Respect fully, ?f
0. A. Setzlor.
Potnaria. S. (' *
is 1 j
's FUTURE NEW YORK. |
Ocean Steamships Will Probably
Dock on Long Island. ?
ic The docks around Manhattan is- M
land will presently be unable to ne- Bj
eoininodate lite enormous shipping
:i\ that enters the port of New York, and
plans for the construction of docks
<>. n:i Fjoii.it Island aro already under th
way. First in importance of the ser- st<
iously considered improvements, says
I he New Hroad'way Magazine iu a 1
splendidly illustrated article on
/The O real est Port in the World," cr
u-. is Jamaica Hay. east of Coney, on ' K
Loii'.y Island, >ix hours ne.a.rer New
er ^ ork than any other available point TH
outside the immediate harbor. Tire
' l'?nsr .diannel nip U .avoided. ih? ^
ck mule to sea Qs shorter and more ili-jfo
reel and move than enough tine is w
)0. thereby saved l<> make the train trip! ^
to Maniiallau inconsiderable. rn]?rov- j ^
to od railroad lacilities. by tunnels under
the city and rivers, and the tremendous
railroad development of I
I western Long Island, already under'
make Jamaica bay as near tSi
tre ol' the city as South Brool<
or Jersey. Jiy tlie.se improve
ilities passengers and freight ca
carried directly through or abon
city to or from any portion o
years from now tho tourist to Et
e may cross the continent and nev
cave his car until the train draw
on a Jamaica bay dock. The sav
of time in mails is of even great
importance to the commerein
Id. With four-day boats, dail
Is and quick transmission throng
post office, the time now take;
n letter mailed in London to
v York address will be reduce*
- year ago Mjayor MeClellan, co
rating with business organization
the city, appointed a commissio*
examine the feasibility of tlr
na.ica bay pniject and to sugges
is for its realization. The, Jamai
Hay rmprovement commission ha1
nnmended the piuvhase of 0,00(
s of slioiv hind around the ha*
i cost fit $:U!.(IOn.OOO. draining an.
ling at a cost of $27.(100.000. am'
i spending !f. >0,000,000 more foi
dings ami docks.
How It Happened.
certain member of the fashionMetropolitau
a.id Chevy Chase
"ne Best Tn
The original pure fo<
The all-year round d
Guaranteed under I
3.3,813. Pepsi Col
real nourishes Pe
ain, steadies the ne
es. Pepsi Cola is ar
is an absolute pure
>r indigestion) Acid F
At Soda Fountains ?
At your grocers 5c. 1
Beware of imitation;
Dry Goods, Notions,
ing that belongs to i
ore. Every article
o old stock, no last s
om New York. Our
>ent two weeks in th
irienced man buying
arket. All come to ;
lildren, we can tit a
r the first.
Next to Bank.
clubs at the national capital has all
his life borne many quiixs by rca-s
(I sons of his exceedingly diminutive
it Last spring the diminutive clubman
f took unto himself a wife, Uie daughi_
tor of a well known Federal official,
who is said tfo be as witty as her faths
" Mrs. Blank," said a friend o:re
> day recently. "I have just seen your
il husband for the first time since his
y marriage. Do you know, lie seems
h shorter than ever?"
n "Why not?" asked the wife, with
a a smile; "he's married and settled
:1 down."?-Harper's Weekly.
Mrs. A. to her friend Mrs. B.?"O
g dear! just listen to my last experience
1 At the Last ball my Alice made Mre
^ acquaintance of a young man who ap?
I .-ed to lake a grewt fancy to her.
. As I considered him very desirable
suitor. I invited him often to dinner.
) and lie moreover appeared to be
. considerable of a gourmand, I hire I
I i :i very accomplished cook. Now do
1 ..v?u suppo-o lie married my daugh.
t.-r' Nut a bit of it -he married my
( oi. :i-ks no man wlietlnT he -.-ill !
accept !ii'<\ That is not ilie cli>ii*:.\ ,
^ <ri must :ake il. I'lie only choice is J
how.-?II. W. Beecher.
??taOTTai I !? I m'r-tm ? ^ ^
sat of the Day|
3d drink! 
J. S. Government Serial I
a is a prime invigorator, ?
)psi Cola clarifies the "
rves and brightens the i
i unrivaled system toner,
combination of Pepsin,
3hosphate and the juices
Shoes, Clothing, every- s
an up-to date Dry Goods ?
i new and up-to-times. u
season's goods, all direct sj
manager Lonnie Black, y
lai city with a well ex- 11
? and getting the oest in
see us, men, women and a'
IK Store open the 19th
Prosperity, 8. C.
FORM C .M t%
rhc FECHHEIMi.R FISH EL CO.
E. F F. Clothes are (
~ie general "store boug
ie genuine custom loot
nd the perfect fit. The
les of the crack tailor's
jrns this season are be
est that have been off
hades of brown arehen
nd regulars. Biggest 1
opular prices ever offei
eason. Come in and
ou care to buy or not.
I ! ! IIIII II MCgiraaMgl?gWl?m' <^?JOW^raiM
See the window for tl
r 908 Spring and Si
Special announcement to our Lady
AS TIIK I.OCAI, REI
Chas. A. Ste^
Ladies' Ta ilor-Mac
Ladies' Ready-to- Wt
am prepared to furnish you \vi
Vomen's Fine Wearing Apparel a
lg for this season the newest and c
kills and Silk Shirt-waist Suits mix
vvn selection of materials and linn
'ear Suits, Coats, Skirts, Waists
'onion. The beautiful fashion plat
amples of the materials from vvhi<
our dispos.1, and it will be a fftea;
Item and you will have every advi
rom a large variety of newest :iyl<
irgcst cities. We guarantee all g,i
nd at our very low prices we save y
CLA DDI A NOF
Chas. A. Stevens
'he greatest exclusive eslablislunei
, ) t:;;
FORM SEVENTL'EN .(
coPYii?c.. r i v*?
'11.0 I-ECHHEIMEU 1ISHEL CO.
. j?-.S ^O^xuuj ) V
easily separated from 1
ht clothes'" because of
c, the different styling
iy are fetching exambest
work. The patyond
doubt the pretered
in years. All the
3 to fit the leans, stouts \
ine of Blue Serges at
red in Newberry in one
take a look whether *
i -? -nrrri mm imn m inli'jnj-ftii
>ring Oxfords this year |
elude some very neat I
id new designs. j
he three hole Oxford |
akes an extremely neat I ,
oking Slipper, while j
e Sailor Tie (two holes) ]
ves the effect of a pump I f
inus its disadvantages.
Friends of Newborry and. vicinity
ens & Bros.
le Suits, Shirts, Etc.
tar Suits, Shirts, Etc.
th everything you may desire in ?
t Popular Prices. We are slioworrect
styles in Tailor-Made vSuits,
le to yoitr special order from your
igs. Also a full line of ready-toand
other wearing apparel for \
:es illustrating the styles and the
ch the garments are made are at
sure to me to have you call and see
suitagc of making your selections
-S| such us are foimd only in the ??
i) mcnls to he entirely satisfactory ji 1
ou considerable on your purchases. j j
IRIS HUNTER J
& Bros. Chicago
it in the world for women's wear.