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Bishop Guerry paid his annual visi
tation to St. Lukes parish on Sunday 1
evening, at 2lst inst., accompanied
by the rector, Rev. A. E. Cornish. Al
though the weather was inclement a
f good congregation was present. Business
of importance necessitating Bishop
Guerry's presence in Charleston on ,
Monday morning, made his departure j
on the 9.05 train imperative, which
circumstance caused the services to 1
* he brief. The Apostolic rite of confir'
mation was administered to one candidate
after which Bishop Guerry
preached a forceful sermon in his us
ual masterful style. Basing his sub- ;
ject on St. Paul's matchless declara-;
tion to the Romans, "For I am notj
ashamed of the Gospel of Christ: for
it is the power of God unto Salvation,":
the bishop began his sermon by draw-j
ing a clear outline of his subject, his !
conception of St. Paul's meaning. It (
was not primarily the individual, but j
as a whole men must be saved. "Ev-!
erywhere men who call themselves j
Christians, must work for the salva- j
tion of society, from the bottom up,"'
and churches of every sect should join I
rorces in this great work of reform
which must lift the masses and win
the world for Christ.
In this brief allusion justice can not
be done to the bishop's sermon, standing
as a prophet of old, he utters in no
uncertain terms the note of warning
or rebuke and with a clarion call
urges upon men their duty, as_mem<bers
of a common, heritage.
The choir at this service was assisted
by Misses Mabel Williamson and
Lalla Rook Simmons and Dr. J. B.
, Setzler, the singing being exceptional1
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jy sweet. jLnmug ixie uueruny ivuss
Williamson, in her pleasing style,
rendered a most beautiful solo.
In the afternoon the bishop preached
at the colored mission and confirmed
Death of Mrs. W. S. Peterson's Father, j
The Barnwell relatives and friends
of Dr. J. H. E. Milhous were greatly
shocked and grieved to hear of his
sudden death this morning at his home;
in Blackville. He was Drohahlv the!
oldest practicing dentist in the county
and a man who was respected by
everyone. For years he practiced in
Barnwell, but a few years ago he turn-!
ed over his Barnwell practice to his
son, Dr. W. C. Milhous. In the death
of this good man the county and State
has lost an uprfight citizen and the
profession one who was well versed in j
nis chosen calling. He will be sorely;
missed in the community in which he J
? made his home for so long.?Barnwell j
special to News and Courier, 19th.. i
Dr. Milhous was the father-in-law j
of Prof. Walter S. Peterson, of Or-j
angeburg, the son of Mr. Warren G.
Peterson, of Newberry.
S. S. District Conference.
Cokesbury Sunday School District
Conference, at Trinity, Newberry
circuit, May 7 and 8.
Brethren, let me have the names of
delegates to this conference at the j
easliest day possible. If you know that j
' you are not coming, or any of your j
delegates are not coming, you will!
do us a kindness to notify us.
If you can come by private convey- j
ance, that is desired.
Trinity is about three miles from j
Silverstreet on the Southern railroad, i
and eight out from Newberry.
Southern trains from Columbia due
at Silverstreet 9.05 a. m. and 3.04 d.
m. Going south they are due at Silvers,treet
at 11.32 a. m. and 8.46 p. m.
Day trains will be met at Silverstreet,
and homes provided for those
who notify us.
j* - . J. M. Fridy,
. ' For Committee.
Editor's Mean Revenge.
An editor who was courting a worn-1
an of uncertain age, but positive bank'
account, was cut out by a gentleman1
from a neighboring town, who married
her and took her home. Whereupon the
editor sought a mean revenge by head*
ing account of her wedding: "Another
Old Resident Gone."
examination for teachers' certificates
will be held on Friday, May 3,
1912. The examination will begin
promptly at 9 o'clock. Applicants will
E. H. AULL,
4-23-td. County Superintendent. !
r. (. y. REOIO>, MAIU>, GA.,
SEABOARD AIR LINE
.Hay (>, 7, and 8th.
Tickets good returning until May jl
15, 1912. By depositing ticket and H
payment of fee of ~>0 cents, same can
k be extended to June o.
For full information, see nearest I
Seaboard Agent, or write C. V. Small, I
1). P. A., Savannah, Ga. I
I MIMNA UGH'S
From the hund
we have heard n
such bona-fide bar
the columns for r
Mimnaughs low prices mail
Hundreds and hundreds to s
from. You couldn't buy the n
rial of most of them for less
$1.50, Waists of Lawn and Linj
Cloth, long and short sleeves,
and Dutch neck styles, trimm<
Irish, Val and Clunv Laces
Embroidery, take choice for
it i . . r ii
Headquarters ror nosiery.
Our stock of Hosiery is comp
any weight or shade you might \
Ladies' seamless fast black E
medium weight, 20c quality.....
A genuine smooth gauze, bl
tan or white, pair
A genuine Lisle Hose, 1
weight, double heel and sole
100 doz. Ladies' black Silk H
worth elsewhere 35c, sale price
50 doz. Ladies' Hose, black,
TrrVi4-i-k Tir/wfVi oniTrVi nrn
Cl-LIU WlJUAJj YVVAL Oil tlQ^l-TUWV
25 doz. Child's plaid top So:
all colors, choice pair. 10 and
pair brand ne^\
20 Cases Ladi<
Bk 12 Cases Ladi<
^Ub| Children's and
Meet Me at
m m m m, a
d on Tri
reds who eurged
othing but whole
'gains has ever be
lew bargains. We
;e 'em move out, sell out
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1 \ At Pc
I \ Come direct to us I
II will save both time and
fry pvprv littlp miliinprv <
- il J VI VIJ UikAV Ultd&IUVi ^ t
naugh's to buy their ha
all skinned. New shipi
tlirc rlpnartmpnf nn flip !
U1IU UVJTH1 iUIVUi VIA WAV I
Note the Mimna
elect Ninety-nine times
. dred our regular pi
than the other peop!
wuc IUU guuu nca
jerie quilt lining, worth ?
high 2 cases staple Ap:
,. worth 8c, on bargaii
.3 bales 40 in. Sea
an(i 8Jc, on bargain tab!
-98c 1 bale 34 in, Sea
fUp on bargain tab!
1 case Poe Mills E
j I wide, 8|c seller, at
. ' 1 case Androscog;
visn. worth 10c, sale prici
[?se? 25 doz. 81x90 read
12Jc worth 65c, sale pric<
acjj 25 doz. 81x90 read
2r' worth 75c, sale price
T ,, 50 doz. 45x36 reac
^ Cases, worth 15c, sa
50 doz. 45x36 reac
ose, Cases, worth 20c, si
-19c New Embroidery
Hundreds of pieces
c' 27 and 45 in. wide,
bands to match.
? in Flouncings 49c,
Ifif SI.49. Bands 19c. 2
dues this week in Oxfords and Pu
v. Come here first, last and all t
3s' Oxfords and Pumps, worth $1,
3s' Oxfords and Pumps, worth Si.
J Pfimne urA^fk 19
79 V/AI Ul U9 anu A Uinyoj nviui yu
ss' Oxfords and Pumps, worth $2.
3s' Oxfords and Pumps, worth ?3
Misses' Slippers and Pumps, 75c,
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11 ^ /-m
i STORE THAT'S
through this stc
-souled public a]
en offered. Rui
i challenge comparison o
and fail out, I'm here to
af a Milling
for your headgear, here is wher
money. When yon see cnsti
shop in town and then come to
ts, its the best proof we've got
nent to go on sale this week.
2nd door and see what is what
ugh Prices. Reai
out of onehun- Ladies
rices are lower Silk Dre:
le's specials. Valand
vy Outing for skirts (
,c' alLonly- 40 garment
T.i j j.1. in
isiana, worm ff
[e at 6c ' n .
Island, worth Un<y?
e at 4c special s
tleaching, 36 in. ?ne
_5c seller, s?
?in Bleaching, One c
e 8fc worth 12
y-made Sheets, One c
e 49c worth ]
y-made Sheets, price
62?c Help i
ly-made Pillow will help
le price 10c r
ly-made Pillow L
lie price 12ic . A new
Flouncing. w- Cc
; to select from, ^'ee ' a
with beautiful have do1
69c, 98c and 25 doz
5c and 49c. Yd. and Ladi
imDS. not a sticker in the house, e
he time for SHOES.
.25, sale price
50, sale price $
.00, sale price $
50, sale price $
.00, sale price - - $
, 98c, $1.25, $1.49 and $1,98.
he Money S
: ALWAYS BUS"
>re the past week
i your eyes down
f merchandise and prices,
Jy-to-wear Department. j
5' Tailored Suits, one piece
J T -* J -T
isccj aim umgerie xnuueis,
Panama Skirts, Silk Underjtc.,
and above all every
; we sell we guarantee a
liite Goods Bargains.
t White Madras, worth 15c,
ale price 10c
it 45 in. French Lawn, 25c
tie price . 15c
ase 36 in. White Lawn,
lie, sale price 8Jc
:ase 40 in. White Lawn,
.5c, short lengths, sale
is when you can, and we
> you all the time.
i r i o-i.
ipeuai uirsei oaie.
shipment of R. & G. and
rsets go on sale here this
11 the new models. We
ibled our Corset business
. Ferris Waists for Misses J
ies 50c, 75c, 98c.