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Prograni Arranged-T hose Going
From Newberry Should- Notify
The Confederate State reunion will
be held at Spartanburg next week,
August 17 and 18. The public meet
ings will be held in the Harris thea
tre and dinner will be served on the
court house lawn. Mr. Polk )Miller
will give an entertainment o- Wed
nesday evening. which will b- 't the
auditorium of Converse coll egE.
The veterans from Newbe .. will
go via the Southern railway. leaving
Newberry at 12 o'clock, the route be
ing via Alston and Union. The Nei
berry representatives will go on
Tuesday, the 16th,. so as to have a.
-good night's rest before the exercises
begin on Wednesday morning. If a
sufficient number go, a special coach
will be run from Newberry to Spar-,
tanburg. The rate is- only 1 cent a!
mile by the shortest route which will
make the round trip from Newberry
for railroad fare cost only $1.50.
Those who desire to attend should
notify Col. 0. L. Schumpert, adjutant;
general of the Jas. D. Nance camp, to
The following is the program of the
official exercises for the reunion:
Wednesday, August 17, 10 A. 3.
Convention opened with invocation
by Rev. F. 0. S. Curtis, of Walterboro,
Address of welcome to veterans
Capt. Chas. Petty, of Spartanburg.
-Address of welcome to sons-Hon.
Howard B. Carlisle.
Address of welcome to red shirt
men-Col. T. J. Moore, of Moore.
Response for veterans-Command
er B. H. Teague, of Aiken.
Response for sons-Commander A.
L. Gaston, of Chester.
Response for red shirt men-Col.
J. C. Stribling, commander, of Pen
Reunion address-Judge Robert
Aldrich, of Barnwell.
1 p. m.-Dinner.
3 p. m.-Business session.
5.30-Laying of cornerstone of the
8.30-Polk Miller entertainment at
Converse college auditorium.
Presentation of sponsors and maids
of honor by Mr. Polk Miller, of Rich
Thursday, August 18, 10 A. N.
Business session of election of of
ficers and selection of next meeting,
1 p. m.-Dinner.
3 p. m.-Red shirt men's business:
5 p. m.-Parade.
8.30-Reunion ball at Ravadson
.11 to 1 reception to sponsors and,
maids by Spartanburg Daughters of
the Confederacy at residence of Mrs.
L. D. Fleming.
ANOTHER WARRANT FOR EVANS.
Check Given Magistrate Fowles Turn
A warrant has been sworn out
against B. B. Evans, candidate for at
torney general. This second warrant
charges him with givkag a fraudulent:
check to Magistrate Fowles to the
amount of $19.75. This check was
drawn on the Bank of Columbia and
was afterwards turned down. The
warrant was sworn out by Mr. Fow
les. a magistrate of the city, before
Magistrate Roberts. The check, it is
alleged, was given by Evans in part
payment of his hoard bill at a local
hotel in a case recently brought be
fore Mr. Fowles. 'Under the law
Evans has 30 days to make the check
good and if he does so the proceedings
will be dropped. Otherwise criminal
proceedings will be pushed.
A Los Angeles Joke.
Los Angeles is said to be one of the
most bealthy as well as one of the
most beautfiul nlaces on earth. An
propos of the heal -fulness of Los
Angeles. Luther Burbank, the plant
wizard, recently said:
"The town has for its population an
unprecedented number of octogena
rians, even centenarians. The other
Sday a hale but very aged couple hoard
ed a train out of Los Angeles,
"'Going to do a little traveling?'
said the conductor.
"'Well, no; not exactly,' said the:
old man. 'My wife and I, you see,
have had about our share of life. I'm
111 and my wife here is 106. and we're
going down to San Francisco to die.'"
".James A. Patten has a fine house
in Chicago." said a New York broker.
"I dined with him thereo one night last
"After dinned' I admired a superb
statue in the drawing-room.
"'Splendid statue. that.' I said.
'What's it made out of--bronze or cop
"GO YE ALSO 13
"Many that are first shall be last;
G RAPE culture was one of th
Teacher. The stony hils(
extensively used as viney
particular interest the reviN
of the beginning of restitution of th
The grapevine was honored of t1
to symbolize himself and the Chu
branches;" "'My Father is the husb
that ye bear much fruit;" "Every br
it that it may bring forth more frui
fruit he taketh away."
Our present Study, the Parable
foregoing, but shows the matter fr
each one of the Lord's consecrated
dom shortly to be established, is pi
and Master and with the Heavenly
vine, looking out for the injurious
assisting every way in the pr(11-rcl
Evidently many Christian people
laborers in the Church of Christ--"
faith" until we all come to the full
St. Paul appreciated this privileg,
fled servants of the New Covenan1
beseech men, Be ye reconciled to
negligent of his opportunities to se
humble heart and a teachable spir
God's message. He thus indicates
God nor to a knowledge of the Trut
the Scriptures declare that a deep
poses, is attained only as a gift of I
a humble, faithful, zealous attitude
mysteries of the Kingdom of God."
The things pertaining to God's K
world for a thousand years. will
shortly. But now it is appropriate,
should be known only to the Churc
of God. Likewise there are importa
the Church, which Is being prepare
heirs in the Kingdom. And these tl
tively secret-to be clearly and full
covenant with the Lord- by sacrifice
is with them that reverence him,
(Psalms 25:14.) All such in close s:
anxious to serve the Lord. the Trui
to time will be specially sent into t
the Lord for the assistance of his c4
The word "penny" hefe is from t,
cents value. But the value of mond
day a laborer's wage in proportion t
The denarius was the Roman stand;
standard, the mark the German sta
shilling the English standard and
worthy of note that in one of the fl
that its excellent chisel work. supei
day and a bag of meal for each lIE
dently intended to teach that God i
labor-that he may in generosity gi
At the close of the day, we read
lord.~ We cannot suppose that any
In the Kingdom would murmur aga
is to be expected at the close of th
epected there nlso. The "penny" o
of the joys, blessings, honors and pr
at the close of this age. Those wh<
cency of honor and distinction and
proving themselves unfit for the fut
of the Church in glory. This would
people who have been long in the TI
service, that If they murmur agal
them, it will mean that they were I
preciating the privilege of being lal
would imply that they had failed
privileges granted them of serving 1
right spirit, the proper interest ir
should prompt all to rejoice with<
such should receive of the Lord's fa
as freely, as themselves. Surely a:
spirit of Christ on thisasubject.
The general lesson is that God i
dealings that all those who apprecia
in the blessings which overflow
Lord's generosity was one cause of
ago-they were offended that the G3
to the Gentiles. Similarly today sou
fact that the Word of God shows tI
fined to the Church, "the elect," th<
Age, yet the time is near at hand v
flesh," and when all the families 'of
All who have the privilege of be
Lord's service must be glad of the p
tion in the Kingdom. Thus some v
respond to the Lord's call for labi
special blessings of grace and Trutl
them-as respects their loyalty, ani
gaging in the vineyard work.
go to School
You have a feeling of se
ity if there are telephor
means of protection th
S bevalue in rural distri
tricts neighbors can<
each other and with th<
Under the plan of
can secure telephone se
phone Manager, or add
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[TO THE VINEYARD."
and the last shall be first."-Matt. 19:30. s
y main industries of 1he days of the Great
les of Palestine were once terraced and
.rds. On our recent visit we noted ivith 3
al of this custom, as one of the evidences e
e Holy Land.-Acts 3:19-21. s
le N1aster, in that he used it in a parnble, S
reh, saying, "I am the Vine, ye are the
andrhan;" "Herein is my Father glorified,
anch in me which beareth fruit he pruneth
t;" "Every branch in me that beareth not
f the Laborers, is in full accord with the
om a different standpoint. It shows how e
Church, each heir o. the 'Messianic Kkig
ivileged to be a co-laborer with his Lord
Father in the vineyard work-tending the
pests, keeping the soil in good condition. 3
:ion of "much fruit" and of fine quality.
lo not appreciate the privilege of being
building one another up in the most holy
stature of a man-in the Anointed One.
greatly, saying, God hath made us quall
So then we, as ambassadors for God, I
God. (2 Corinthians 5:20.) Whoever Is i
rve others who manifest a hearing ear, a d
it shows his own lack of appreciation of a
that he has not come to a knowledge of
h respecting the Divine Plan. And indeed
knowledge of God, his Word and his pur
od. bestowed only upon those who are in
of mind-"To you it is gi-en to kow the
ingdom, in its future operation toward the
be openly manifested to every creature,
and is the Divine will, that these things I
i, the consecrated, the spirit-begotten sons e
t truths pertaining to the Kingdom class, s
d to be the Bride of Christ and his joint
ings are likewise intended to be compara
understood only by such as have made a
. (Psalms 50:5.) "The secret of the Lord
and he will show them his Covenant."
mpathy with the Divine purposes will be d
h and the brethren. And such from time Z
be Vineyard, and will be specially used of d
)nsecrated people in various ways.
ae Greek denarius, a silver coin of about 17
y has so changed in recent years that to
o other things would be considerable more.
ard of that time,,as the lira is the Italian
ndard, the franc the French standard, the
the dollar the American standard. It is
ie old English cathedrals the records show e
or to anything of today,. cost "A penny a
tborer." The parable of our lesson Is evi
vill give all that he has agreed to all who I
e more than he has stipulated. Ie
those first hired murmured against their a
who would be counted worthy of a share
nst the Giver of all Good. The rewarding
a harvest day and the murmuring may be
r reward would thus seem to be something
'ivileges of God's people in the present life,
y murmur that they do not receiv'e a suffi
of Divine ncknowledgment will be thereby t
ure service "beyond the veil." as members
seem to point a warning to those of God's t
ruth and who have had great privileges of
nst the blessings dbd rewards coming to
aboring for the reward merely and not ap
>orers with Christ and with the Father: it
to enter into the spirit <:f the wonderful -
:he Lord, the Truth and the brethren. The.
Sthe Father's work and in the brethren
ivery new laborer and toe be glad that all I
vors, blessings and enlightenment as fully,
ay who have not this spirit have not the I
s so just, so generous, so bountiful, in his
te matters from his standpoint will rejoice ,'
~pon others. A failure to appreciate the
stumbling to the Jews eighteen centuries
-ospel message should go out beyond them
ne Christian people are stumbling over the
at, whereas Divine blessings are now con
i servants and handm aidens of the Gospel
hen "God will pour out his spirit upon all
the earth shall be blessed.
aring the labor and heat of the day In the
rivilege, in order to be worthy of participa
ho seem to be first in their promptness to
rers may- be amgngst the last to receive
and this may serve as a special test upon
the motives which actuated them In en
:t- nwdl seaae dis
ET inTheTA com unty A a
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Lutheran Church of the Redeemei
tev. Edw. Fulenwider, pastor
"reaching every Sunday at 11 a. n
;unday school at 5 p. m. J. B. Huntei
St. Luke's Episcopal Church, J. I
Caldwell, lay reader-Lay readin
very Sunday at 11 a. m. Sunda
chool at 10 o'clock. J. F. T. Caldwel.
Associate Reformed Presbyteria
Ihurch (without a pastor). Pulpit sur
lied at stated times. Sunday schoc
t 9.45 a. m. E. C. Jones, superintend
Aveleigh Presbyterian Church, Rei
E. James, pastor-Preaching ever
unday at 11 a. m. Sunday school a
p. m. Rev. J. E. James, cuperintend
Mayer Memorial Lutheran Churcl
tev. J. D. Shealy, pastor.-Preach
ag every first, second and thrird Sum
ay at 11 a. m., and every first, thir
,nd fourth Sunday at 8 p. In. Sunda
chool every Sunday morning at I
'clock. J. D. Kinard, superintendeni
Preaching at Mollohon every secon
unday night at 8 o'clock and ever
Durth Sunday morning at 11.
First Baptist Church of Newberri
tev. G. A. Wright, pastor-Preachin
very Sunday at 11 a. m. Sunda
chool at 5 p. m. W. H. Hunt, supei
W est End Baptist church, Rev. J. I
-reene, pastor-Preaching every Suw
ay night at 8 o'clock and ever
,unday morning at 11 o'clock. Sur
ay school every Sunday at 10 a. n
. Y. Jones, superintendent.
Central Methodist Church, Rev. I
Banks, pastor-Preaching ever
unday at 11 a. m. Sunday school a
p. m. Jas. F. Epting, superintend
O'Neall Street Methodist Churcl
tev. W. C. Kelley, pastor-Preachin
very first, se6ond and fourth Sunda
t 11 a. in., and every second, third an
ourth Sunday at 8 p. m. Sunda
chool 9.45. W. C. Bougnight, supe1
Preaching at Mollohon every firs
;unday night at 8 -'clock and ever
hird Sunday morning at 11. Sunda
chool at 9.45. F. H. Jones, superir
Beth Eden Pastorate.
Service at Colony on second an
ourth Sundays at 11 a. mn. Sunda
chol at 10 a. mn. T. J. Wicker, supe:
ntendent. Beth Eden, first Sunda
.1 a. in., and third Sunday at 4 p. r
sunday school on first Sunday 10
n., third Sunday 3 p. mn. J. C. Crap:
mperintendent. St. James on thir
sunday at 10.30 a. in., and first Sur
lay 4 p. in. Sunday school ever
unday afternoon. Sidney J. Maye:
Jas. D. Kinard, pastor.
"I was very nervous,"
writes Mrs. Mollie Mirse,
of Carrsville, Ky., "had
palpitation of the heart,
and was irregular. '
"On the advice of Mrs.
Hattie Cain I took 2 bot
tles of Cardui and it did
me more good than any
medicine I ever took.
"I am 44 years old and
the change has not let
me, but I am lots better
since taking Cardui."
The Woman's Tonic
Cardui is advertised and
sold by its loving friends.
The lady who advised
Mrs. Mirse to take Cardui,
had herself been cured of
serious female trouble, by
Cardui, so she knew what
Cardui would do.
If Cardui cured Mrs. i
Cain and Mrs. Mirse, it
surely will cure you too.
Won't you try it?
Be sl're and take abottle of C-hamr
eriain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoe
emedy with you when starting o0
ou trip this summer. It can not b
tained: on board the trains C
teamers. Changes of water and cli
How many people of means do y(
money on land? Small investmentE
We have a few farms that ought
on their cost and at the same time
in the next ten years.
No. I Is 170 acres four milf
homestead and tenant house, rents
cotton, will cut 250,000 feet of timb
No. 2 219 acres good eight
tenant houses, only one mile from Sil
. No. 3 900 acres near Whitmir
7 land is well timbered, and could reC
t desirable farms.
No. 4 200 acres in Newberry col
open, plenty of good timber, rents
cotton, all for $2,200, on easy terms
-No. 5 300 acres near Reno a go<
$16-50 per acre.
di No. 6 550 acres only three mile!
F with an oil mill and a bank an<
homestead and several tenant house.
d being worked, all for $8,500- Ver3
7 is worthy your consideration if you
good neighbors, has telephone in th
present owner rich enough to retire
A five room house and two acres
y worth $2,500 for only $2,000.
Four nice building lots on Reed si
attractive price. Two lots at High
two story house and three acres of :
We have numerous other properd
son and Greenville.
~New South Red
Herald and N6ws Building, Newherry.
IS NOW IN F
* and we have a fev
-. essaries required to
+ the hot weather, su
Lemon Juice E
+ kce Cream
I ~ Refrigerata
a"I decline to spend $200 fcr a bath--"
ing suit." that
"But, hubby, you don't understar.d. "
- This isn't a bathing suit; this is a pitch
beach co'stuni."-Louisville Courier.. Saioc
)u know who baven't made
; wisely made lead to large
to pay you a large interest
more than double in value
-s from railroad village,
for 2800 pounds of lint
er, all for $2, 100.
room residence and five
ver Street for $45 per acre.
e for $5 an acre. This
Ldily be cut into several
unty with a two-horse farm
for 1700 pounds of lint
>d farming proposition at
from a prosperous village
I numerous stores, large
3, 12-horse farm open and
r easy terms. This farm
want a nice home. Has
e house, and has made its
f land right in-Newberry,
treet in Newberry at an
Point for $55o. Large
and for $4,750.
es in Greenwood, Ander
i otthe neC-+
Ice Picks ~
ou know the fate of the pitcher
goes to the well too ofte*n."
oing to the well never hurt a
.er yet. It's going to the corner
i that sends himr back to the
1cmue. ~--mI??A pchin Ledger.