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HO NO" THE W03IEX
OF THE LOST CAUSE
Memorial to Them Will be Unveiled!
On April 11.?Poarraninie is Anr
<?> ORDER OF EXERCISES, ^j
^ o,, t n thrhnrds. i
Tici^tri?i_>jr <J. , ,
^ chaplain Tenth South Carolina "
^ regiment, C. S. A. "!
& Music. ^
^ Openir.g Address?Bv Gen. C. <?> j
Irvine Walker, chairman of com- "$
? mi&sion. ^;
^ Oration?By Joseph W. Barn- <S>!
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(At appropriate place during <8> I
<$> the oration the monument will be <?i
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Artillery Salute?By the Ger- ;
<S> man artillery of Charleston. -$>j
3> The Sculptor?F. Wellington ^
^ Monument received from com- i
Emission, for South Caro'in*'?sj
<$> Daughters and Sous cf Confeder- ^ j
> acy, by Arthur L. Gaston, com- <?> j
mander South Carolina division, <?>(
<S> U. S. C. V. <$l
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Benediction?Rev. F 0. S. Cur- <$>
April 11, 1912, will be made a me
morable date in the history or souin
Carolina! for on that day the monu-;
ment to the noble women of the Con- I
federacy will be unveiled and given
into the keeping of the United Sons i
and Daughters of the Confederacy by j
the commission appointed to erect it. j
* Monument after monument has i
been reared in South Carolina and j
- L1 01 /** *?-*-* Cfatoc of v.-hi oh 1
oilier ouuiiiciii v*.** ? j!
were deserved, to the heroes in gray j
who fought through the four weary;
years of the War Between the Sec-:
tions, and the women of the Confed- j
eracy, who bore the brunt of the*
struggle, have been directly instru- j
mental in raising in honor of the sol- j
diers the shafts which point skyward i
in nearly every county in South Caro-;
lina. But not until 1909 was a move-1
nient started to erect a monument,
to the women of the Confederacy)
which should be a recognition'by the
State of their arduous services during
the war. The unveiling of the tribute i
in bronze and granite on April 11 will
be made an occasion of nation-wide
. importance, and one in wy^h every
South Carolinian should feel honored
The Unveiling: Exercises.
The unveiling exercise<s will be!
opened with prayer by the Rev. John
<x. Richards, Sr., of Liberty Hill, who j
served through the four years of the
"War Between the Sections as chaplain
in the Tenth South Carolina regiment,
. S. A.
Gen. C. Irvine Walker, of Charleston.
veteran of the War Between tLe
Sections and chairman of the commission
appointed to erect the women'?
monument, will preside over the unveiling
exercises1 and deliver the open*
Joseph V.\ Barnwell, a member of
the Charleston bar, and one of the:
corps of Citadel cadets who volun- j
teered for the War Between the Sec t-;/Mif
will Via tho nr^tnr i-if flip nfTJl
IHPAIO} U 1U wu Uiv Viuivi v-r*. ~ v- ?
At an appropriate place during Mr.
Barnwell's address the monument will
be unveiled by little Miss Alida Gonzales
and Miss Margarette Richards
and }.^tsters B. Wilson Walker and
Thomas M Craig, four grandchildren
of Confederate veterans.
. After Mr. Barnwell's address, the
German artillery corps of Charleston
"will fire a salute. This company has
&een service in Mexico as well as during
the War Between the Sections.
F. Wellington Ruckstuhl, of Xew!
York, the sculptor ^fio designed and i
execute'1 the monument to the wo- j
men of the Confederacy, will be pre- :
seated to the audience
Arthur L. Gaston, of Chester, commander
of the South Carolina division j
United Sons of the Confederacy, will
receive the monument on behalf of j
the Daughters and Sons of the Confederacy
from Gen. C. Irvine Walker, j
chairman of the commission appoint- j
ed to erect it.
The unveiling exercises will be j
brought to a close with a benediction
by Rev. F. 0. S. Curtis, of Walterboro, j
chaplain-general of Gen. Teague's!
CHAS. K. AYCOCK DROPS DEAD, j
Former >orin rarouna i*ovt?rnor uies
Suddenly While Delivering
Birmingham, Ala., April 4.?Former
Governor Chas. B. Aycock, of North
Carolina, dropped dead at the Jefferson
Theatre tonight while addressing the
Alabama Educational association. Mr.
JVycock .ts speaking on "Universal
/ Education, . s Xecessky and. Benefit."
? Ke was aboi.' ono-fcurth through his
Baddn when he suddenly staggered |
I Account the Unveiling
I of tHe Confederacy, ai Co
I 1912, the Atlantic Goast
erry & Laurens aauroaus
trip rates to Columbia; ti
I and 11th, good to return ii
For parties of 25 or m
one ticket, party rates wil
Following rates will ;
Abbeville, S. C.
Barnwell, S. C.
Bennettsville, S. C.
Bishopville, S. C.
I Charleston, S. C.
Clinton, S. C.
Clio, S. C. - Darlihgton,
Eastover. S. C.
I Elliotts, S. C.
Florence, S. C.
Greeleyville, S. C.
Greenville, S. C.
Greenwood, S. C.
Hartsville, S. C.
Kingstree, S. C.'
Lake City, S. C.
Lanes, S. C.
Latta. S. C.
I Laurens, S. C.
Marion, S. C.
IMayesville, S. C.
McColl, S. C.
Newberry, S. C.
Orangeburg, S. C.
Prosperity, S. C.
St. Stephens, S. C.
Spartanburg, S, C.
Siiniter. S. C.
ITimmonsville, S. c
Correspondingly low i
For rates or other inform;
J. F. LIVINGSTC
back a step and fell to the floor so [
suddenly that those on the stage wers I
unable to reach him in time to support
Water was hastily thrown in his
face and he was taken to the wings of
the theatre, but expired at once. Deat'.i
was pronounced to be the result of j
Governor Aycock followed Governor
O'Neal, of Alabama, who had just delivered
an address on "Some Educational
Problems." Governor O'Xeal
and other men prominent in educational
circles in the South were seated
o>n the stage during Governor Aycock's
The remains of the deceased were
taken to a local undertaking establishment,
where they will be held unt:.l
advice can be received from North
Carolina as to their disposal.
X. B. DIAL FOR U. S. SENATE.
Laurens Man Will I>e in Race for Tillman's
Laurens, April 4.?Col. Nathaniel 13.
Dial, president of the Enterprise
bank, of this city, of the Reedy River
Power company and the head of mar y
business enterprises, has announced
mat '10 Will DC i:l liltf i .lutr iui ccuui.>? j
Tillman's seat in tiie United States j
senate in the campaign this fall.
Mr. Dial ha- ;*ad the matter under
consideration for several weeks, and
has definitely decided to enter the
of Monument to Women j
lumbia, S. C., April 1 Ith, |
Line and Columbia, New- I
will sell very low round I
ckets on sale April 10th j
>efore midnight April 13th. |
ore traveling together on
il be granted.
apply from points named
Individual Fare. Party Fare.
- 2.10 1.50
- ' S.bl) Z i>U
- 3.25 2.40
3.30 2.35 I
- 1.80 1.30
rates from other points, j
ation call on Agents or |
IN, S. A.
ibia, S. C, Phone 76. I
race. Mr. Dial is a speaker and debater
of ability, and a man of striking
personality. He has been mayor of
the city of Laurens, and fn many ways
he has been honored politically by the
people of the county and State, having
been a delegate to the National Democratic
convention when Cleveland was
nnrnin^.+fvl flip lnsf tin** A<5 hnci.
ness man and enterprising promoter
of the material development of the
resources of the county he is recognized
as one of the leaders of the
Mr Dial will announce his platform
in a formal card to the public within
the next few days.
Willie Wpvback?"My pa says ii
New York they have buildings 40 sto
ries high." Tommy Rural?^Ain'1
that fine! A kid could spend 'most N'
his life sliding down the banisters
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
By Frank M. Schumpert, Esquire,
WHEREAS, Mrs. Jane C. Whitman
and Mrs. Sal lie Eargle made suit to
me to grant them letters of adminis
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I ration Ol iue Ui uuu cii.cv;u5) v7i
E. P. Whitman,
THESE ARE THEREFORE to cite
and admonish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said E. P.
Whitman, deceased, that they be nn.'
appear before me. in the Court oi
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Whether the crop be
Iit requires a constant, r<
Without this, growth is
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snort, me "supreme
Brands supply this eleraei
f for continuous nourishrr
[ and entirely from high
One farmer (name or
"I have been using
years and I have not had
with yours. The weed is
I while my neighbors' cott
Don't fail to call f
J. L. Walkins, Cha]
P. N. Boozer, Chaj
! Probate, to be held at Newberry, S. C.,
i on the 30th day of March, next after
publication thereof, at 11 o'clock in
I the forenoon, to show cause, if any
! they have, why the said administra|
tion should not be granted.
i GIVEN under my hand, this 14th
| day of March, Anno Domini, 1912.
Frank M. Schumpert,
! j. p. n. a
newberry opera house for
The City Council of Newberry, S. C.,
; invites sealed bids for the lease of the
Newberry opera house for a term of
! three (3) years, beginning April 25,
1912. House has a seating capacity of
; 000. Only theatre in Newberry county.
j Town has population of 6,000. Bids
'must be filed prior to April 1, 1012.
Kent *o be paid month!;* in advance.
i *13 bids to be accompanied by a certi-1
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noney in the bank you will
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Paid in Savings
5 KANSAS CITY ST. J
| f* ,/iANOFACTURfRi0(r*
cotton, corn or vegetables,
liable source of nitrogen,
arrested and the crop cut
" and "Southern Big" ,
it in its most natural shape
lent. It is derived solely |
grade Blood, Bone and
1 request) writes us:
guano for the past forty
! any that would compare
heavily fruited, the cotton s
on has all stopped growing.'
FOR SALE BY
spells, S. C. J. Andrew, Wertz
spells, S. C. Jas. D. Tidmarsh
fied check for $50, as evidence of good
faith. Checks will be returned to unsuccessful
bidders. Successful bidder
will be required to give surety bond
for five hundred ($500) dollars to
guarantee performance of conditions
of lease. Right reserved to reject any
and all bids. For further information,
address, and file bids with Jdo. R.
Scurry, C'.erk and Treasurer, Newberry,
S C 1-19-tf
NOTICE OF FIXAL SETTLEtfEXT.
Notice is hereby given that I will
make a final settlement of the estate
of Eertha Lee Banks, nee Bertlia Lee
Ilendrix, in the Probate Court for
Xewberry County, South Carolina, at
U o'clock in the forenoon, on the 6th 1
lay of April, 1912, and will immed-1
:ar-?'y 'hereafter apply for a fi.ial dis-,
e:r r;;e as Hie guardian of tiio person :
ulf the land,
d upon you.
it you know
always 11 a v c
'NT IN THE
; The Money" !
J. E. NORWOOD, Cashier.
OSEPH OKLAHOMA CITY I
and TANKAGE \
AMMONIA ! su^sorta^uSwa j'sl
31 ORGANIC 1WI
31 IOO^Tpure J]gj
\1|\ POTASH !.>'!?' jgg/
still blooming and green,
, Whitmire, S. C. I
and estate of the said minor.
T. C. BaDks.
Newberry, S. C., March 2, 1912.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
will make a final settlement
of the estate of Mrs. Emma Koon, der>rv9c;Arl
in tho Prr>hafe nnurt. for New
berry County, South Carolina, on the
17th day of April, 1912, at 11 o'clock in
the forenoon, and will immediately
thereafter apply for his final discharge
as administrator of said estate. All
persons holding claims against said
estate will present the same at once,
proved according to law, and all.parties
indebted to said -estate will make
A. P. SHEALY,
3-15- iL-lLa. .v. Administrator.