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P.01YERS IS )IN INA RIE S'.
nteresting NIeeting Held by Epwortl
League of Central Methodist
The Epworth leagur- of the Central
Methodist church held a most inter
esting meeting last Friday evening.
The progranie had been arrange'
by Mrs. P. C. Gaillard and Miss Mary
Wright. All were met at the door by
the reception committee. Mr. uunter
and Misses Daisy Cannon ana iizzie
Salter. As you' walked into the Sun
day school room. the subject would
ost likely suggest itselr to you. ror
the piano, and on small tables and
d ting about on -the rostrum
and in little nooks rand corners, were
vases of loveliest roses of all colors,
profuse dishes of sweet-peas and va
rious kinds of flowers.
The audience soon filled the room
and every one seemed expecting some
thing good. Miss Wright called the
meeting to order, and with Miss Jose
phine Dunbar at the piano. "Praise
God From Whom All Blessings Flow"
was sung. Mr J. F. Epting led in
Miss Wright announced the subject,
"Flowers. Siler t Missionaries." and
in her easy and interesting manner
spoke of the work that is planned for
the "Charity and Help Department.'
of which the taking of, flowers to the
sick and shut-ins is no little part. She
touched on -the bightness and cheer
these sweet missionaries of nature
take to tired and weary ones, and of
God's giving us the beautiful flowers
that they may be used toward the
evangelization of the world.
A number of clippings and selee
tions were read by different ones, giv
Ing helpful and interesting thoughts
about the mission of flowers. In "The
- Rose in Poetry," Mrs. Will Hornsby
gave quotations from tributes paid to
the rose by many of the greatest
poets of all ages. Mrs. R. D. Wright
gave a most interesting talk on "The
i Rob in.
Among the other selections, all of
which were interesting, were Lon~fel
low's "Flowers," Whittier's "Wild
Flowers." "Symbolical Flowers." Dur
ing the evening these bright missives
of love were most fittingly spoken of
as "God's Smiles on Earth." Little
Miss Ethel Russell gave a pretty poem.
"Like to a Garden." Miss Epps read
a beautiful little poem on -'Sweet
Peas." and closed by saying the pro
fuse dish of sweet peas which she 'held
up would go on 'Ns mission of love the
next morning, through the hands of
Miss McCullough, as she visited the
During the evening the talks aboul
the flowers were made brigher, if pos
sible, by musical numbers. Miss Jose
phine Dunbar gave a bright selectior
on the piano, and Miss Annie LauriP
:Franklin on the violin. A vocal due'
was rendered by Misses West a.nd Sal
Ster. Little Miss Aibbie Gaillard sweetly
sang, "Plant Roses," and a song, "WhC
Taught You," was beautifully sung bI
four little girls.
Mr. Banks made a short, but inter
esting talk on "Birds." A short poem
"Bring Flowers." closed the program
Visitors are welcome to all th4
meetings of the league.
Church of the Redeemer.
('Rev. Edward Fulen-wider, pastor.)
The following i's the program of di
vine services at the Lutheran Churcl
of the Redeemer next Sund'ay:
11 a. m. The regular morning ser
vice. The pastor will preach on th<
subject: "Some Limitations or Pray
er." Text, "Hitherto have ye askei
nothing in my name: ask, and ye shal
receive, that your joy may be full.
John 16:24. The Bible is full of ..th<
Eubject of praye'r. Jesus preachedi
and lived it. Yet in sp'ite of all this
there are many who are prayerless
and many 'who 'pray are careless an<
-indifferent. Many become discourages
and perplexed because their prayer
are not answered as prayed. In "Som
Limitations of Prayer" we shall fini
an answer to perplexity, and an en
couragemnent to faithful earnest pray
8.15 p. m. There will be a servic
in the interest of the college Y. M. C
A. Prof. Voigt will have charge o
the service. The young men will tak
part. Dr. Geo. B. Cromer will mak
There will be good music at bot1
services. The public is cordially in
vited to all services.
Married, by the Rev. J1. 4. Sheal:
at the West End parsonage. on Mon
day afternou at 4 o'clock. Mr. Danie
B. Goings, of Graniteville. and Mis
S. Victoria Rivers. of Mollohon.
Pocahontas (M&rlintonl, WV. Va.) Tim'
St. John's church was1 the scene c
a pretty wedding on May 10 whe
James Pinckney Williar.. r 3
~lizabeth Bailiard ?n~
by il'1"~' Pw A
was given in marrg ner rOon.
'lochacl E. Pue, the groom's best man
b ing his brother. Claude H. Wil
fiams. of Cape Charles. Va.
The bride has been a residcnt of
Marlinton the past two years. and is a
daughter of the late Captain E. H-. D.
Pue. of Hartford county. Maryland.
and through him is related to many
prominent faiili-s o Maryland, her
maternal grandfather being General
Tobias E. Stansbury, of Maryland. The
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas G. Williams. of Newberry. S. -
C., and a nephew of Governor Blease.
of that State.
The bride was attired in a travel
ing suit of pongee. with small toque
of mixed straw. and carried a bouquet
of bride's roses. The wedding march
was played by Miss Elva Hiatt.
The happy couple left on the 4.30
train, and after a short visit to Gov
ernor Blease. in Columbia. and to Mr.
and Mrs. Williams at Newberry, they
will be at home after June 1 at Davis
Station. S. C.
The bride was the recipient of
many handsome gifts of -cut glass, sil
ver, pictures, jewelry. etc.
Among the out of town guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Claude H. Williams, of
Cape Charles. Va.: the bride's aunt.
Mrs. Walter W. Preston, of Bel Air.
Md., and Miss Elizabeth Kell Brad-!
ford. of Bel Air. Md., and Messrs. Hay
ward and Aitken. of Dunlevie.
Card of Thanks.
Editor Herald and News: We, the
family of Mr. John R. Gilliam, desire;
to extend through your columns our
beartfelt thanks to the many neigh
bors and friends who sympathized
with us so deeply. and served us so
fait'fl'y during our recent sorrow.
The wife. cbldren. sisters, brothers.:
all, feel profoundly grateful for the
love. sylapathy. help, prayers and
beautiful floral offerings.
May the richest blessings of Him:
who watches over the widow and the
fatherless, rest upon them eve'y one.
Fairview, May 18.-Mr. and Mrs.
Burr Mills spent last Sunday with
Mr. Bachnman Stockman and family.
Mr Maxey Morris and wife, of New
berry, spent Sunday and Sunday night
at 'the home of Mr. L. D. Morris, re
turning home Monday.
Miss Hattie Wise spent Saturday
n.ight with Miss Minni;E~ Mills.
Mr. Meadros Connelly is very sick
with pneumonia at this writing.
Mr. Abner Frick and Miss Agnes
Riddle were married on last Sabybath
morning. Many happy congratulations
to the young couple.
The little infant of Mr. Marion Long
is quite ill.
Whooping cough is spreading in this
'IL. M. M.
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* HOW TO COMBAT INSECTS. *
* Clemson Extension Work-Arti
* cle 41.*
The potato beetle-This is a gnaw
*ing insect and familiar toeeyoe
The simplest method for controlling
it completely consists of an applica
tion of Paris gre-en. It should be re
p nembertd that the soluble arsenic1
contained in Paris green is dangerous
to foliage and this poison should not
be us-ed undiluted. When properly
made it can be used with absolute
safety to the foliage of potato and is~
the best poison for rapid destruction
of the bieetles. It can be tused either
wet or dry.--When used as a spray, it
Sis made as follows:
jParis green one .pound; quick lime,
three pounds; water 125 gallons.
The lime must not be omitted as
this- will prex'ent the burning of the
How to Prepare.
Mix the Paris green with a small:
quantity of water to form a paste and
-pour it into a barrel of water. Slake
-the lime to the consistency of white
wash and also add it to the barrel of
water. Stir with a pad3 .e and the
spray is ready.
In the small family garden mix a C:
etablepoon full of Paris green with a b
alitte water to form a paste, then addg
it to a 2 1-2 to 3 gallon pail full of h
water. Then slake a lump of stone v
lim'e about the size of a man's fist and I
also add it to the pail of water. Stir: o
and the spray is complete. Apply with
a spray pump or with a whisk broom. t
Paris green may be used dry. A t.
Steaspoonful of Paris green is thoer-.
~.oughly mixed with one quart of dilu- tl
tent as airslaked lime, land plaster.
or flour and then dustecd on the plants g
ntemorning *when the9 dew is on; e
Sit is dus!ted by mens of a muslin hag o
or a can with hole made through the
oth91 ar presert e;(e.' season and
attract attention by boring into the: e
For a very smal
protection from C
you will then be al
that big black clou
This class of in%
necessary to the f
the merchant. T
ment to protect hi
except hail. insurai
Ridge Spring, S. C., Oct. 4th
Mr. 0. K. LaRoche, Sec'y.,
Marion, S. C.
Dear Sir:- Yours of Sptember 3\
hand. Noah Smith, owner of P(
4807, was in yesterday. He is
with settlement covering note $24
'check $40.00 for claim.
I beg to thank you also for settli
(Signed) T. B. EDW ARDS
W. A. McSWAIN, V-Pres. 0.
u fmelons and cantaloupes. The 'iwas decided to ask ti
keworm prefers the buds, bloom, Carolina to celebral
duit of summier squash; the mel- July in a safe and
orm prefers the foliage. In the stead of shooting fi
lnor cantaloupe patch there skies. shoot post car
ol be planted a few hills of sum- quaintances and pr
ruash. Thes-e squash plants all over the world.
iol be thoroughly sprayed with ar- To make this a
at of lead, two pounds to fifty gal- men,t and to attract
usof water. When the melons or decided to offer $25
taloupes approach the size of a~ card ideas. $15 for
ieall they should be tightly bag- or the card from wh
d ith six-pound bags of a fairly gestions are selected
aygrade of paper. This will pre- al $1 for each sugge
tworms that were not killed onl to ten suggestions.
emmer squash to enter the mel- This competitioni
:Sand cantalouPEs5. people of South C
Arenate of lead is rapidly taking tions sS to the card
eplace of Paris .green for use on 1 tms erg
udr foliage. It contains less than 2.i.tacnai
2 e~ cent. soluble arsenic and fordeinofaycr
~i eason can be 'used without dan- .sexrsania
r f burning t.he foliage. lu this: .I a oti
trt 1is reco'mmendced at the ratereadn whti
~j~j> on1. Itomust be regu.S
Prof A.F. o nadi : . It may tellnofin
resogns ofhay ch ar
At he astmeeingof he m~C- aist ol expres anie
ialsecetaiesof out Calgard in ha t isw
Want Your Seas
premium you can
arolina Hail insuraj
)le to rest easy wh<
;urance is a good
armer than fire in4
he merchant has a
M. What protectiO
Today is th
, 1910. Lugofif, S. C
* Carolina Hail Insuranc4
Marion, S. C.
th is at Dear Sirs:-Your che
licy No. my loss by hail just
elighted I please accept my thank
.00 and ly satisfactory settleme
some insurance in your
~ment in' as I think it just as nec
fire insurance to a buik
& CO. . (Signed
n and Invesbi
1E N T S.
B. MAYER, Pres. I. N. McCAU4
M. WERTS, Special Agent.
ie people of South' uity of the good people of the Sti
e the Fourth of IThe plan for the distribution of
sane way. and in- cards will be announced at a la
re works at the date. All suggestions should be m<
*ds to friends, ac- Ied to A. W. McKeand, mnanaging--s
spectivie settlers retary, chambler of commerce. Ch
leston. S. C., and should be in
tate-wide move- hands not later than Monday ne
attention, it wa May 22.
in prizes for post
the best des.ign. A citizen living near the Sall
ic-h the most s-ug- river caught a fish recently t
and an addition- weighed 21 pound's. He 'had some<
stion accepted up ficulty landing 'it, but finally brou
it out. It was on Sunday and we h
s open to all the that his wife and daughter would
arolina. Sugges- help him use it. 'I rather think
3: lives across the line in Newberry co
[ar pos.t card size. ty. I don't think Laurens county p
maps. symbols or pi.e: fish on Sunday.-Cross Hill<
acter, that would Lau rens Advertiser, r7th. Part of
of South Caroliua., above may be true. but the balance
tcurate statistics Ijust a fish story.
grown or manu-..a
ed in South Caro- BARBECUE ON .JULT 4.
inatic conditions. IThere will be a barbecue given
ner, or mianufac- Ponmaria on July 4. for the benefit
or professional the new church. Ice cream and c
> South Carolina. er refreshments will be served a:
pen to the ine-td-1taw. Committee
ice Co. and
n you see
n have you
, Dec. 16th, 1910.
k for $200.00 for.
received, for which
. This is a perfect
rat, and I will want
company next year,
esary to farmers as
JAMES T EAM.
HRIN, Sec. and Treas.
Lte. ISTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
the jCOUNTY OF NEWBERRY,
er By Frank M. Schumpert, Esquie
c- WHEREAS, J. H. Chappell made
ar- Isuit to me, to grant him letters ofad
his ministration of the estate of ande
i. fects of Lucy Mitchell
THESE ARE THEREFORE to cite
and admonish all and singular the
ida kindred and creditors of the said Lucy
bat Mitchell, deceased, that they be and!
f-- appear before me, in the Court of
~ht Probate, to be held at Newberry, S. C.,
ar on the 20th day of May next, after
not publieagtion thereof, at 11 o'ciock in
ie the forenoon, to show cause, if a.ny
w- they have, why the said administra
- tion should not be granted.
or. GIVEN un<ier my band this 2nd day
the of May, Anne Domini, 1911.
is FRANK M. SCHUMPERT,
J. P.N. C.
CKICH ESTER.S PILLS
T__ E IAMOND BRAND.
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