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'DIOCESAN COUNCIL ADJOURNED.
Next Xeetng Place Is Beaufort.
Standing Cnimittees For Con
ing Year Named.
Yorkville, . May 4.-The Diocesan
-ouncil of the Episcopal church
which has been in session here for
the last three days closed this after
noon one of the most succesful and
helpful councils held in 'many years.
The council unanimously voted to
;hold ilts next meeting in the old his
toric parish of St. Helena's church of
Beaufort, at which time the two hun
dredth anniversay of the parish will
be observed. The council was also
invited by the rector, wardens and
vestry of Trinity church, Abbeville,
the city council and chamber of com
merce also urged the council to meet
next in their city.
The council passed a resolution
thanking the Woodmen of the World
for substantial aid rendered the or
The following standing committees
were elected for the year: lerical
Rev's. W. B. Gordan, John Kershaw,
D. D., Alex. R. Mitchell, A. S. Thom
as, H. H. Covington; Laymenbers:
Messrs. IV. C. Bissell, R. G. Manning,
T. W. Bacot, H. P. Duvall and S. C.
Delegates to the missionary council
to be held in Knoxville in November
were elcted as follows: Rev's. Alex
R. Mitchell, Harold Thomas, Wm.
Way, C. E. Woodson. Messrs. P. T.
Hayne, W. Simpkins V. B. Cornell,
H. M. Aver.
The report of the state of the
church read by Rev. C. W. Boyd show
ed the affairs of the Diocese to be in
a most satisfactory condition.
The Rev. H. H. Lumpkin, chairman
of the Sunday school commission read
the report of the commission showing
that there were 3,519 pupils in the
Sunday schools and 4S0 teachers.
The co)uncil elected the following
trustee.s of the church home in York
ville: The Rev's. 0. T. Porcher, L.-G.
Wood, C. W. Boyd, Messrs. P. T.
Uiayne, H. T. Duvall, R. I. Manning,
W. B. Moore, Dr. H. A. L,igon.
The board of diocesan mission for
the ensuing year are as follows: Rev.
Alex R Mitchell, secretay and treas
urer: Revs. 0. T. Porcher, John Ker
shaw, D. D., W. B. Gordan. Messrs. E.
P. Long, R. I. Manning, W. R. Dehon.
The Rev. Mr. Gillespie of the Pres
byterian church and the Rev. Mr. Oats
of the A. R. P. church were presented
to the council and received most cor
Great interest was manifested by
all the members of the council in the
church ho-me orphanage which is lo-j
cated here. The people of Yorkville
*and York county ta.ke the greatest
pride anrd personal interest in this
institution. WVhen the Bishop Capers'1
Memorial Cottage is built the orphan
age will be in position to take more
children under its care.
Most of the delegates left this a '
ternoon for their homes, high in
their praimo t. ;ne great hospita.'+vV
:and big heartedness of the Yorkville
people. This council will be one long
to be remembered.
From knoxville to Edgefield.
Abbeville Press & Banner.
Hermitage Farm, Lowndesville, S. C.
.April 12, 1911.
Editor Press and Banner,
Abbeville, S. C.
' f the Sout.hern railroad was to re
ceive sufficient inducement and help,
rhey would connect Knoxville, Tenn.,
wita.-Edgefield, S. C., through Ander
son and Abbeville.
.T do not see why Abbeville and
Edgefield do not join Anderson in this
Is it not- worth while to try?
The effort would, at least show the
world that we are existing.
E. C. Meschine.
Mr. Meschine is always level headed!
and the above is another proof of the
fact. From Anderson to Abbeville and
from Abbeville on to Edgefield, where
the Southern would tap its own line
wcuJd be a paying proposition for the
The road is going to be built from
Greenville to Knoxville in the near
future. Anderson wants the same
road. Abbeville wants the same roa1.
needs it more than does any other city
along the line.
The question is just this: Will the
Southern consider such a proposition?
We believe it would, were the towns
along the proposed line to show suffi
cient interest. The road has already
been graded from within a mile or so
of this place to beyond Troy. And
from here to Anderson the grading
would be of small import compared
with the grading beyond Greenville.
The completion of the road from
Greenville to Knoxville -only means
the connecting of the Knoxville and
Severville road with the "Swamp
Rabit," running out of Greenville up'
into the mountains.
We think that tbe matter is worth
considering. Of ccurbe we want the
trolley to Anderso., but if we could
!?et a linf- from ki);:0le, Tenn.. to
Edgefield, S. C., it would be worth in
finitely more to us.
We believe that people would con
tribute to such an undertaking much
more freely than they would to any
Is such a line feasible from the
standpoint of the Southern road or
from the standpoint of any other
road? It would seem so to us. Why
not ask the Southern whether or not
it would entertain such a proposition.
Anderson, Abbeville, Edgefield, and
smaller places along the line could
raise a sum the aggregate of which
would be worth considering as a star
In building from Greenville to
Edgefield, such a road would cross
three, other roads, the Blueridge, the
Seaboard, and the Charleston and
Western Carolina at Troy or McCor
mick, but the country thr-ough which
it would pass is more than ample to
support such a road.'
If the Southern i's in a b)uilding hu
mor, she will receive all the encour
agement she wishes by making it
known. It might be well for the cit
zens of the respective towns interest
ad to take the initiative step.
At least no harm can 'be done by
:alkinig of the proposition and laying
t before the railroad authorities.
RADDON TO CONDUCT
WORK OF CORN CLUBS
Clemson College Expert Will Take up
Direction of Efforts of Boy Far.
Clemson College, May 6.--The boys"
yorn club work in South Carolina Ts
growing rapidly. 0. B. Martin, form
er superinten'dent of education, now
n charge of boys' corn club work in
he United States, was at Clemson
resa'rday, and held some important
3onference relative to the work in
President W. M. Riggs has given
>ut the following, which will be in
:erestig news to all concerned in
"'We have entered into a coopera
:ive relation with the farmers' coop
erative demonstration work, by which
2. P. Haddon, now connected with
)ur extoasion division, will be ap
pointed to take charge of the boys'
orn clubs in Sout hCarolia and other
imilar work. He wi:ll be paid jointly
>y the college and by Mr. Knapp's or
~anization, and his expenses will be
ikewise equally divided between the ce
:wo. He will work in cooperation F
ith the college and with thie dem-- -
~tration agents, and we expect large
results from this arrangement.
"Hervtofore -the boys' corn club
work has been carried ont by Ira Wil
iams, who -has handled it in addition
o his regular demonstration work
wit.h the farmers. The arrangement'b
which we have .just perfectea is snmi-J e
lar to that which exists in North aCir
>lina, Georgia, Alabama and most of
Lhe other Southern States. It is
ine with Dr. Knapp's policy of car .h
ig on his work in thorough coopera-e
ion and harmony with the agricultur
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pa makes a lot of money. He plays
Second Little Girl (triumphantly
My pana makes more money than
First Little Girli-What does your
papa play? Iii
Second Little Girl-He plays the b
The Ford qualityI
be made attractively low
quality has sold all Fords
The Ford FeatL
The Ford Motor, th<
and all the important ele
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INewberry, S. C.
EACHERS' EXAXINATION. April 20, 1911, n
that all and sing
nexamination for teachers' certi- the estate of Ni
ts will be held in the office of the ceased, are hereb
uy superintendent of eaucation on 'ed to present t
iy, Ma'y 5, 1911. The examination said estate, dul3
l begin promptly at 9 o'clock a. Rikard, master f
on or before th,
Alicants to furnish all stationery. 1911. And said
J. S. WHEELER, restrained and
uy Superintendent of Education. cuting their clai
8t. tate in any othet
where than in t]
E. . Chamaberlain, of Clinton, Me., order is now on
)Iy accuses Bucklen's Arnica Salve the clerk of the
staling-the sting from burns or out
:a-the pain from sores of albCUiY
d-tae distress from boils or
e."It robs cuts, corns, bruises, Master for
aifs and injuries of their terror,' April 24, 1911.
ys, "as a healing remedy its
uldon't exist." Only 25c at Win.
Pham & Son'S' NOTICE OF FIl
TE OF SOUTH CAROLIN ., Notice is herel
CUNTY OF NEWBERRY. make a final set1
ort of Common Pleas. .of Ne'wton R. Lei
. Lester, Plaintiff, 29th day of May
against a. mn., in the ofi
ie Lester Moore, Claude L. Las- judge for Newbe
t.Newton R. Lester, C. Eugene meodiately therea
eter, Louise M. Lester and Ix:;a- charge as ada
ie E. Lester, Defendants, estate.
Uer, and by authority of an order
e above entitled action, passed Administratix of
on. R. C. Watts, presiding judge of Newton R. Lei
th nEiht Tuicial Circuit, dated .4-25-4t-1taw.
the For d Gt
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'aas never been sacrif iced tli
. Quality sold the first Ford
since that time.
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SFord Ignition System, the
ments of the Ford car are dist
ewing you in' detail the consti
r is Buit for He
teep, if land is sandy, if rocks abound,
vs ITS REAL SUPERIORITY. Becau~
d design, simplicity of mechanism, los~
rance, this car has become immensel:
TorpedIo, $645. Tou
ipment $80 Extra. We havy
Machine Shop a
otice is hereby given
ular the creditors of
~wton R. Lester, de
y notified and requir
eir claims' against
attested, to H. H.
or Newberry county,
cedtorsdare otherein' Prize uffers for
njoined from prose- BokoIaet."it
proceeing, ori es Why some inventors fail.'
isproceeding.o else- search of Patent Office reco
predin egffice of Acting Commissioner of Pal
court for Newberry the U. S. Patent Office.
H. H. RIKARD,
AL SETTLEMENT. -____________
>y given that I will I Had Eczema
:lement of the estate
;ter. 'aeceased, on the -
1911, at 11 o'clock I-a wash it away with that n
ce of the probate soothing liquid, D. D. D. Trial bol
rry county, and im- 2~>c. Relieves all kinds of skin trou
ter apply for a dis- cleansing away the impurities
inistratrix of said clearing up the complexion as n<
ing else can.
te personal estate IYes, If I had any kind of skin tI
ter, deceased. ible P'd Use D. D. D.
bilder & Week
at the price might
Cars in 1893 and
inctive Ford ideas.
'uction of the car.
f wet weather is plenty,
se of light weight of the
fuel consumption, little
ing Car, $700
C Cars in Stock.
to ,ventors." "Inventions needed."
Send rough sketch or model for
-ds. Our Mr. Gireeiey was formerly,
:ents,-.and as SUCh had full charge of
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In fighting to keen the blood pure
the white corpuscles attack disease
germs like -tigers. But often germs
multiply so fast the little fighters ore
Lild, overcome. Then see pimples, boils,
Ltle, eczema, saltrheum and sores multiply
ble, and strength and appetite fail. This
an condition demands Electric Bitters to
tdregulate stomach, liver and kidneys
t-and to expel poisons from the blood.
"They are the best blood purifier,"
writes C. T. Budahn, of TracY, Calif.,
*ou- "I have ever found." They make rich,
red blood, strong nerves and build up
emi" 1'c1th Tr'r them. 50c. a4 Wmn.
. E'Pe,lham SOa Ran .