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MEETS IN NEWBERRY TODAY
(Continued from Page One.)
Rev. R. S. Tru-esd-ale, of the .Metho -
dist church, will speak.
At the West End Baptist churh
Hon. J. J. Gentry, of Spartanburg,
wll make an address.
The following is the programme of
the -entire conveztion in detail:
M. A. Hudson, Baraea president,
Syracuse, New York.
Miss May Hudson, Philathea pres
ident, Syracuse, New York.
Luther MeCray Tesh, Baraca Field
REV. J. H
secretary, Syracuse, New York.
Miss Daisy Eckert, Philathea field
Gecretary, Syraeuse, New York
J. J. Gentry, president, Spartan
burg, S. C.
W. G. Womack, Baraea secretary,
Spartanburg, S. C.
~Miss Bera Bailey, Philathea see
retary, Olinten, S. C.
I.T. Williams, field secretary,
Spartanburg, S. C.
W. H. HUNT.
Local Co-Operative Committee.
M. L. Spearman, chairmran; .S. S.
Ca.nningham, secretary; J. H West
Baraca, First Baptist ehrch; C. L.
Harris, Baraca, West End Baptist
chuirch;j Mrs. R. C. Boylston, Phila
thea, First Baptist ehureh; H. L.
Dean, Philathea, West End Baptist
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church; W. D. Stillwell, Baraea, Mol
lohon Methodist eburch; Miss Edna
Addison, P.hilatha, East Side Bap
tist church; J. H. Wicker Baraca,
Cenitral Methodist chuareh; Miss
Carrie B. West, Philathea, Central
,Method,ist church; W. E. Pelham,
~AdeaMa Class, Presbyterian church;
CMiss Eula Daby, lIilaiG1ea, 2o1
hon Methodist church; Dr. E. C.
Jones, Associate Reform Presbyterian
Friday Afternoon, April 8th.,
Reception from 5.00 to 6.30 o'clock
Friday Evening, April 8ZI.
Opening prayer-8 o'clock p. m.
Addresses of Welcome-On behalf
of Students, J. H. Harms, president
Newberry co llege.
On behalf oTf the churches, Rev.
M. L. Banks, pastor Central Metho
On 'behalf of the Sunday schools,
W. H. Hunt.
R-asponse to Address of Welcome
J. J. Gentry, of Spartanburg, S. C.
Hallelujah Chorus- (From Mes
The WorldrWide Baraea Move
ment-Miarshal A. Hudson, presi
dent of the Naticial Baraea UJnion,
Syracuse, N. Y.
Saturday Morning,, April 9th.
9.00-Prayer and .priseb service.
9.30-Conv4ion called to order
by JI J. Gentry State presidenat.
10.00-The world-wide Philathea
mvnent-Miss Daisy FEkert, Na.
tional Philatihea field secretaT'y.
10.30-Report of secertary and
treasurer, M. G. Womack. Report
of State field secretary, I. T. Wii
10.45-Raview of the State work
J. J. Gentry, State president.
E. 0. Watson, pastor Washingtou
Street LAethodist ehurch, Columbia,
11.30-Organized work-Why i
Baraca and Philathea class-Hon.
Jos. A. .MeOullough, Greenvile, S. C.
12.00-Reports of classes.
Saturday Aftlernoon, April 9th.
3.00-Baraca oon.leren:e at First
Baptist church led by M. A. Hudson.
Payer and praise service. Round
3.00--Philathea conference at Cen
tral Methodist church led by Miss
Daisy Eekert, assisted by Mrs. W.
H. Hunt and Miss Irene Lucas. Pray
er and praise service. Model class
demonstration. Round table. Sun
set prayer meeting for all on collegt'
Saturday. Evening, April 9th
8.00-Prayer and praise service.
8.30-3fodel class dmonstration.
Awake, Thou that sleepest, (From
"The Daughter of Jairus"), Stainer.
8.45-Christ and young men-Pr.
E. M. Poteat, president Furman ua
iversity, Greenville, S. C.
Sunday Morning, April 10th.
Sunrise prayer meeting.
11.30-Each pulpit of the eity
filled. by a visitor.
Sunday Afternoon, April 10th.
3.00-Mass meeting at city opera
house. Prayer and praise sevce.
3.30-Baracas and Philatheas as
soul winners-M. A. Hudson.
4.00-The remedy for an indiffer
ent Philathea-Miss Daisy Eckert.
Chorus-Saviour Pilot Me.
4.30-The quiet hour service -led
,by Rev. Mr. Nwighbais, pastor
Southside Baptist church, Spartan
burg, S. C.
Sunday Evening, TApril 10th.
8.00-Prayer and praise service.
8.30-The teacher and the cass
Dr. Geo. B. Cromer, of Newbrery.
Hark, hark, my soul-Shelley.
9.00-The Baraca as a citizen-Dr.
H. N. Snyder. president of Wofford
college, Spartanburg,S. C.
9.00-.Farewell service led ,by M
Musie director, Prof. Roy Z. Thom
Getting a Raise.
A year ago a manufacturer hired g
boy. For months there was nothing
noticeable ashout the boy except tha1
he never took his eyes off the ma
~ - -
s-Place of Sunset
ehine he was running. A few weetk
ago the manufacturer . looked usj
from his work to see the 'boy stand
ing 'beside aiis desk.
"'What do you want?" he asked.
"Want me pay raised."
"What are you getting?"
"T'ree dollars a week."
"Well, how much do you thini
you are worth?f"
rere Meeeings of
ni Are Held.
"You think so, do you?"
"Yes, sir, an' I've been t 'inhin
so for t'ree weeks, 'but I've been s<
blamed busy I ain't had time ti
speak to you about i-t."
The boy gpt the raxne.-Secess.
the first day,
ask to see
the shoe firmly or
heel or gaping at
Pump. In Patent k
Will be much wom.
tion f or 25
years has been ex
pressed by the
on boxes of bon
bons and choco
lates. It is gilt-edged
security for su
preme quality and
comes to you fresh
and delicious be
cause we receive
Gilder & Weeks,
Newberry, S. C.
Blobbs-I never saw such a re
semblance as ,between Guzzler aind
Slobb-That 's right. I proposed
*to her last night and she said "I
don't care if I do."'-Charlonie News.
FOR AGED) PEOPLE.
Old Folks Should be Careful in,
Their Selection of Regulative
With advanced age comes inactive
bowel *movemen't .and sluggish liver.
Nature is urnable to perform her
proper faaeti'ons and~ requires assis
tace. Otherwise, there is constant
suffering from constipation and its
attendant evils. 0.ld folks should.
-never use physic that' is harsh an3d
We have a safe, dependa,bie and
altogether id9eal remedy that is par
ticularly adapte dto the i-equirements
of a.ged people and persons of weak
constitution. who suffer from consti
pation or other bowel disorder. We
are so certain that it will completely
relieve these complaints an'd give ab
solute satisfaction in every particu
la that we offer them with our per
sonal guarantee that they shall cost
'the user not'hing if they fail to sub
stantiate our claims. This remedy is
called Rexall Orderlies.
Rexall Orderlies 'are 'eaten like
candy. They have a soothing, heal
ing, strengthening, tonic and regula
tive action upon the dry mucous lin
ing and the relaxed muscular coat
of the bowel. They .produce i natur
al, successive conraetion and relax
ation of the muscular fibres of the
-bowel rwalls, generating a wavelike
motion which forces their conteaVts
o ward and outward; thus simulat
ir'g nature in perfect bowel move
mnt. They tone up and strengthea
the nerves and muscles and restore~
the bowels and associate organs to
more vigorous and healthy activity.
rbay may be taken at any time with
/ collar and r
the foot and preveni
the sides. Smart and
elet Sailor. A combinati
ether, with wing tip and
LL & HALTIV
Newberry, S. C.
CAll AND GE
K. P. Distribu
ou inconlveniene; do not cause -any~
griping, nausea, diarrhoea, ex'es.
sive looseness, flatulknee or othei
disagreeable 'effect. Tny Rexall Or.
&erlies on our guarantee: 36 tablete
25 cents and 12 tablets 10 cents,
Remember you can obtaisn Rexal
Remedies in Newberry onaly at ouw
store-The Rexall Store. Gilder &
PIGS FOR SAL
Lady Love, my registered Duroe
sow, furrowea on th'e 8bh of Febru
ary; 12 beauties by Rutledge, Jr.
my registered Duroe boar. Orders
have been booked for all the pigs
exep fur (2 pair). Would like to
Ls slipping at the
>n of Oxford and
wide ribbon bow.
les are now ready.
Cane ad Pea
T, THE -PRICE.
sell tihem for breeding purposes.
They 'are too pretty and fine to kilL
$5.00 a pig.
I. J. S. J. Saber,
Strther, S. C.
In the hag busins to stay.
NOTICE~ OF FINAL SBTT~T-Pn
I will make a final settlement, as
guardian, of the ,estate of Elmer G.
Piester, in the Probate Court for
Newberry County on Wednesday,
April 6, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon and immediately thereafter ask
to be discharged as said guardian.
D. E. Halfaere,