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chool Association Will
at Rock Hill February
on, Tuesday Morning, Feb
--Song service, conducted by
. C. Cronk, nublication Secre
The Evangelical Lutheran
outh, Columbia. Reading:
les. 28th chapter-Hon. B.
h, Saluda. Prayer, Rev.
. Duncan, Sumter.
nnual Address of the
"What Has the Organ
day School Movement
"--Rev. C. A. Freed, Pres
Synod of South Car
eat South Carolina Sun
rt of Chairman of -the
Committee-Capt. J. Ad
rge of the Convention.
ion Tuesday Afternoon,
ng service, eonducteld by
. Cronk. Reading: 2 Timo
d chapber-Mroo T. Allen
of Teacher Training
dent and Recognition of
. Francis W. Gregg,
"Give Diligence to Present
Approved Unto God, a Work
that Needeth Not to be Asham
Rev. R. E. Hough, Secretary
S. and Y. P. S. in A. R. P. Syn
Charlotte, N. C.
4:30- Open Conference -"The
at and How of Teaher Train
ag "-Mr. W. C. Pearce, leader, as
isted by Rev. F. W. Gregg, State
petendent; Rev. R. E. Hough,
Carlotte; Prof. R. C. Burts, Easly,
Rev. E. 0. Watson, D. D., Colum
5:30- Announcements and Ap
tments of Committees.
d Session, Tuesday Evening,
7:30-Song service, conducted by
E. C. Cronk. Reading: Luke 9:
. H. K. Williams, Pelzer.
v. R. T. Marsh, Rock
8:00-btudies of Jesus as a Teach
er. Part 1: "How He Secured and
ld the Attention of H,is Hearers"
-Rev. E. 0. Watson, D. D., Colum
:30--" The Aim and Scope of the
rgaized Sunday School Move
ent," -Mr. W. C. Pearce, .Interna
tiona*l Superintendent of Adult De
artment, Chicago, Illinois.
9:00-"Some of the Ways in
hiha the Sunday Sehool World has
nefitted by the Uniform Lessons''
-Rev. W. E. Thayer, D. D. Laurens.
9:30-A Quiet Half Hour of De
cotnducted by Rev. K. W.
on,--pastor of the First Baptist
Session, Wednesday Morn
ing, February Sixteentb
0-Songsrvice, coidjioted by
E. C. Cron-k. Devotional ser
conducted by Mr. W. B. Ja
General Secretary of the lli
Suday School Association, Chi
00-"What the State Associa
Expects of the Officers of the
tAssociations"-Mr. W. B.
:20-" The Importance of Ear
Intelligent Work in the Town
"-Mr. J. M. Way, General Sec
0:35-' 'Why I Applied- for a Life
rsip in the South Carolina
ay School Association"-Dr. E.
n, Conway; Miss Ifia M. Fish
&-re, Walterboro; Mr. Allan Nichol
11:00-Roll call of County Asso
ations. Each. delegation will be ex
ted to select a chairman and the
d irman will respold to the roll
. with a two minute (written, or
elit'ia definite) report of -the
rk done by the conty association
o~ the year beginning January 1,
99, and ending December 31, 1909,
and announce the conty .associa
iin 's pedge for the commgsyear.
11:45-'"A Call for Help to Or
-nize Those Counties Which are Yet
organized" -Captain J- Adger
syth, Jr., Laurens.
2:0-RoYR Call of unorganized
einties and responses from delega
iins, conducted by Rev. I. E. Wal
23-' 'If Business Men Would
Put Business Methods into the State,
cunty and Township Work!' '-Mr.
Jhn Wood, Secretary Board .of
Trade and Presiident Greenville
C ounty Sunday School Associati,
Fifth Seso,ensa Afternoon,
Conferent the ConventiOn church,
C 3nernc of Elementary Workers.
wr'T Cradle Roll and the Beginners
Department" '-Miss Grace W. Van
diver, Elementary Superintendeent,
presiding, assisted by Prof. Gerard
H. Smart, Honea Path; Mms. E. C.
3:00-At St. John's Mqthodist
Episcopal Church, South, Conference
of Adult Bible C.ass Workers-Mr.
Paul Quattlebaum, State Superin
tendent, Conway, presiding, assisted
by Mr. W. C. Pearce, International
Superintendent of Adult Department,
Chicago; H1on. J. J. Gentry, Baraca
President for South Carolina, Spar
tanburg; Rev. P. B. Wells, Ander
son.; Rev. E. L. Kugley, Greenville.
4:15-Associate Reformeki Presby
terian Church, Conference of State,
County and Township Association
Officers, with Mr. W. C. Pearce and
M. B. Jacobs; Capt. J. Adger Smyth,
4:15-At First Baptist Church,
Conference of Sunday School Super
ir.tendents, Mr. Horace L. Bomar,
Spartanburg, presiding, assisted by
_Mr. T. Allen Legare, Charleston;
IHon. H. B. Carlisle, Spartanburg;
and Mr. D. C. Durham, Greenville.
5:00-In Parlor of Central Hotel,
Conference of Life Members and
Applicants for Life Memblship,
"How Can We Inerease Our Mem
bership and Make It a Force in the
Work?'' Led by Dr. E. Norton, Con
way, and Hon. S. B. Ezell, Spartan
Sixth Session, Wednesday Evening,
7:30-Song service, conducted by
R.ev.E. C. Cronk. - Reading: 1 John,
third chapter-Rev. S. C. Ballentine,
Leesville. Prayer-Rev. T. P. Bur
8:00-Studies of Jesus as a Teach
er, Part II-"How He Questioned
Those He Taught''-Rev. J. B,
8:30-" Teaching Missions in the
Sunday School"-Rev. C. E. Burts
D. D., Edgefield.
9:00-Biographical sketch of great
Su-day School workers-Mr. W. C.
9:30-Quiet half ho'ur of devotionsl
conducted by Rev. P. B. Wells, An
Seventh Session, Thursday Morning,
9:30-Song service, conduted by
Rev. E. C. Cronk. Devotional erer
e ises, conducted by Mr. W. B. Ja
10:00-"How to Organize and
Graide a Sun.day School with all the
Modern Departments' '-Mr. J. M.
Way. General Secretary.I
10:15-'"If Every Sunday School
had a Cradle Roll !''-Miss Grace
W. Vandiver, Elementary Superin
10:30-" A Home Department in
Every Sunday School!''-Mrs. E. C.
Cronk , State Superintendent of
Home Department, Columbia.
10:50-" The Intermediate Depart
ment and Its Members'-Mr. W. B.
Abbott, Secretary Y. M. C. A., Spar
11:10-" Consider the Internation
-al Adult Department, How It Grows"
-Mr. W. C. Peance.I
11 :40"The World-ide Sunday
School Movement and the Sixth
World's /'Coveution"-Rev. Walter
I. Herbert, Charleston.
12:10-Reports of Committees and
Eletion of Officers.
Eighth Session,. Thursday Afternoon,
3 :00--At, the 'Convention church,1
Conference of Element1ary Workers
on "The Primary and Junior De
parments"-Miss Grace W. Vandi
ver, presiding, assisted by Mr. W. B.
3:30-At First Baptist church,
Home Department Conference-Mrs.
E. C. Crook, presiding, -assisted by
Revs I. E.. Wallace, Pelzer; Hon. S.
B. Ezell, Spartanburg; and 'Rev. J.
B. Harm!on, Leesville.
4:15-At the Associate Reformed
Presbyerian chuneh, Conference on
Home Visitation-Rev. H. K. Wil
liams, Pelzer, assisted by Dr. Joseph
H. Burgess, Seneca; Capt. W. W.
Boyce, Rock Hill; Mr. F. S. Dibble,
Orangeburg, and Rev. J. E. Wallace,
'4:15-At St. John's Methodist
Episcopal Church, South, Meeting of
County Secretaries' Association
Mr. John Wood, President.
Ninth Session, Thursday Evening,
7:30-Song service, eovducted by
Rev. E. C. Cronk. Reading: John 4:
10-35-Rev. W. I. Herbert, Charles
ton. Prayer, Rev. Alexander Martin,
8:00-Studies of Jesus as a Teach
er, Part III. "How He Clinched the
Truth He Was Teaching'-Rev. F.
W. Gregg, Gaffney.
8:3'-''The Teacher's Responsi
bilitv as a Soul Winner''-Rev. R.
S. Truesdale, Spartanhurg.
9:00--"Lift Up Your Eyes and
Look on the Fields, that They are
White Already Unto Harvest''-Mr.
W. C. Pearce.
This county is entitled to 15 dele
gates and I am requested by the
State Association to appoint them
and furnish credentials. All persons
who desire appointment as delegates
should write me at once for we only
have a limited number of places to
fill. Free entertainment will be pro
vided for 15 delegates from this
county. As many more can go as
wish, if they will look after provid
ing their own entertainment.
P. C. Gaillard,
Secretary Newberry County Ass'n.
Do you know that croup can be
prevented. Give Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy as soon as the child becomes
hoarse or even after the croupy
cough appears and it will prevent the
attack. It is also a certain oure for
croup and has never been known to
fail. Sold by W. E. Pelham & Son.
NBWBERRY UNION STATION.
Arrival and Departure of Passenger
Trains-Effective 12.01 A. M.
-.Sunday January 2, 1910.
No. 15 for Greenville.. .. 8:51 a. m.
No. 18 for Columbia.. .10.58 a. m.
go. 11 for Greenville.. .. .2.48 p. m
No. 16 for Columbia.. ....8.59 p. m.
0., N. & L. Railway.
No. 22 for Columbia.. ..S.47 a. m.
o. 52 for Greenville.. ..12.56 p. m.
No. 53 for Columbia. . ..3.20 p. m.
&No. 21 for Laurens.. ..7.25 p. n.
Does not run on Sunday.
This time table shows the times
it which trains may be expected to
lepart from this station, but their
searture is not guaranteed and the
ime shown is, subject to change with
G. L. 11obinuson,
TO DRAW JURY.
Notice is hereby given that we,
he undersigned Jury Commissioners
~or New.berry County, S. C., will on
he 4th <day of February, 1910, at
iine o'clock A. M., in the office of
he Clerk of Court, openly and
pablicly draw the names of thirty
~ix men who shall serve as petit
urors at an extra term .of the Coin
non Pleas Court, whieh will convene
t Newberry, S. C., on the 21st day
f February, 1910.
Jno. L. Epps,*
Eug. S. Werts,
'Jno. C. Goggans,.
Jury Coin. for Newberry Coun
y, S. C.
(OTICE OF FINAL SETTmLmK0T
Notice is hereby given that we, as
Exeetvriees of the estate of J. M. H.
uff, deessed, will make a fial set
leent of the personal estate of said
leeased at the omee of the. Probate
fudge of Newberry county, on Mon
lay, February 21st, at 11 o'clock A..
f., and' immnediately thereafters ap-.
ly for a diseharge as Administra
~rices of said estate.
Minnie L. Caldwell,
Lizzie Ruff Shaw,
Ahninistratrices of the' personal
~state of J. M. H. -Ruff, de0eased.
DISOL4ETON 0F PARTNEESHIP
The partnership heretofore exist-.
ng betwen' the undersigned under
he fir:in lame of Carlson and Pe
erson. was dissolved by mutual ccon
~et in September, 19092
E. T. Carlson.
R LITTLE TALK
may put you in the way of saving
a lot of mioney. Come and have it
with us. We want to prove to you
how the best lumber is the cheap
est at the start as well as in the end.
We cannot show yog~ the physical
difference between poor and the
best lumber for we do not handle
any but the latter quality.
NEWBERRY LUlMBER CO.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROL1NA,
County of Newberry.
Court of Common Pleas.
Geo. S. Mower, Plaintiff,
Mary Caroline Hardy, in her own
right and as executrix of the last 44
will and testament of John Rogers
Renwick, deceased; Ben. S. Hardy,
The Newberry Savings Bank of 4
Newberry, S. C.; John G. Wolling, 4
Jr.; Kate Wolling, J. D. Trail,
inEmma Newman, as administrator
of W. P. Newman , The Commer
cial Bank of New,berry, S. C.;
Martha M. Hipp and S. M. Wet
more, as receiver of Carolina Mu- 4
tual Fire Insurinoe Company, De
By virtue of an order of court 4
herein, I will sell before the court
house at Newberry, S. tC., on the
first Monday in February, the same
being the 7th day of the month, with
in the legal hours of sale, all that
tract, piece or parcel of land lying
and being situate in the county of
Newberry, state of South Carolina, 4
containing 'Eight Hundred and Six
ty (860) Acres, more or less, known
as the "Reuben Chick Place," and 4
bounded by Enoree river, lands of I
Mrs. M. F. Bynum and lands of the
State of South Carolina.
Terms .of Sale: The purchaser
will be required to pay one-third
cash and the balance in one year
from day of sale, the credit portion
to be secured by the bond of the 4
putchaser and a mortgage of the
premises sold and to bear intarest
from day of sale at the rate of eti'ht
per cent. per annum, said bond to I
provide for ten per cent. attorney's 4
fee in case of collection by an at
torney or suit.
Purchaser to pay for papers and 4
for recording same.
H. H. Rikard, 4
Master Newberry County.
Jan. 12, 1910.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Newberry.
Court of Common Pleas.
W. Baxter Kinard, et. al., Plaintiffs,
Gussie Epting, et. al., Defendants.
Complaint for Partition.
By order of the Court herein, I
will sell on Monday, the 7th day of
Febraary, 1910, being salesday, atI
Newberry :)ourt House, during the 4
legal hours of sale, at auction to theg
highest bidder therefor, the remain
der in fee, after the termination of4
the life estate of W. Baxter, Kin- 4
ard and M. G3race Kinard,-*now John- .
son, in all that tract of land lying in
the County anid State aforesaid,C
upon which W. Baxter Kinard now
reides,lyinggnpon the west #ide of the
spubliciradiieading from Newberry: to
Pomaria, containing one hundred
(100) acres, moreNor less, with the
upper boundary in Laura Koon's
land. and from there extending
down so as to embrace, with the
buildings one hundred acres, an4
adjoining lands of -Rihardso,
and others, the said traet being the
same conveyed for life to W. Bax
ter Kinard and M. Grace Kinard by
Mary Ann Kinard.
Terms: One half cash, the balance
on a credit of twelve months with in
teest from day of sale, to be secured
by ,bond of the purchaser and a
mrtgage-of the remander in fee in
said tract of land, the purebaser to
pay for papers,- and recording.
Purehaser my aintieipate payment
in whole or in part.
H. . ikard,
Masters Offee. Newberry, S. C.
FanCy and Stapleq
A full line of Oat Meal, Buck-j
wheat, Shredded Wheat, Mac
aroni, Catsups, Olives,- High
Grade Coffees, Canned Beans,
Corn, Tomatoes, Heavy Syrupf
Peaches, Pineapples, Black
Fruits of al -kinds and
Cigars and Tobacco.
We also make a specialty of~
Fresh Pork, Beef and Sausage.
F R U I
Lemon and Or
Cr. Tartar, Bakit
All kinds table c(
Coffee, Tea and
Fancy land StapI<
We have a few Toy.
old stock that will be s
TO EARY Pill
OUR FIRST SH]
Has arrived. We have bopght
and wil seli as "Low as the L
as "Good as the Best". When
BargaiBS Call on
34 Main Street.
l3alanced in a
(lYour passbook-bring it in today-get
(Cecks listed and the boo acraey
Ns, Figs S
ig Powder *
, Etc. +
5 left from our
at "Low Water Mark'
in search of Genuine
Phone No. 262
it back tomorrow.
balanched by the infaBlie
oien n aaccout see the
ake your lirst deposit. It's