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The of Many People, "Sewberriaus,
and Those Who Visit
Mr. T. P. Adams was in the city j
from Blairs Thursday.
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Mr. W. L. Moore, 01 inline iviuumam,
was in the city Thursday.
Mr. M. J. Longshore, of Chappells,
was in the city Thursday.
Mr. W. A. Counts was in the city
Thursday from Little Mountain.
Mr. D. 0. Frick, of Little Mountain,
was in the city Thursday.
Mr. W. J. Duncan, of near Whitmire,
was in the city Wednesday.
Mr. G. C. Hodges went to Newberry
Saturday night.?Greenwood Journal.
Miss Joe Caldwell, of the county, is
visiting Miss Lucy Hill, of the city.
Mr. William Garlington is here from
the Panama canal.
Mrs. R. E. Sims, of Chester, is visiting
Miss Lucile Wilson.
Miss Merriman, of Cokesbury, is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. I^ambert W.
Rev. and Mrs. M. W. Hitt, of North
Augusta, are visiting Mr. and Mrs R.
E. H. Bowman, of Newberry, was a
visitor in Columbia yesterday. The
Mr. Robert Poole of Newberry is
visiting his sister, Mrs. H. M. Da Vega.
Miss Loomis Berry, of Silverstreet,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. V. Pearsall.
?Butler cor. Saluda Standard, 1st.
Mr. W. 0. Miller went over to'Atlanta
Sunday and returned on Tuesday.
Misses Grace and Josie Hutchinson
have returned from a visit to relatives
and friends in Columbia.
Mrs. W. H. Wallace, Mrs. George!
Johnstone, Mrs. P. E. Scott and Miss
Pauline Gilder ar^<fttending the music j
festival in Spartanbui^g.
Mr. Charles P. Pelham. proprietor
of the Newberry hotel, was a visitor j
in the city yesterday.?Greenwood :
juuiuai, ^cui. ,
Mrs. J. C. Seybt left Thursday for !
Catawba, X. C., where she will spend
a few months with her daughter, Mrs. i
H. T. Wike.
Mrs. B. E. Julien, of Helena, accompanied
by her sister, Mrs. A. G. Garrison,
of Winder, Ga.. left Wednesday
for Charlotte to visit relatives in that
Mrs. P. E. Scott and Miss Elizabeth
Dominick are the delegates from the
local club to the Sfate Federation of
Omen's clubs in Florence next Tuesday
Mr. E. C. Sonnenburg returned from
Baltimore on Thursday morning after
a brief business trip to that city. Mrs.;
Sonnenburg accompanied him there to 1
remain two or three weeks.
Messrs. W. C. Derrick and J. A.
Lott attended the district convention
of the K. of P., at Newberry last week;
and are loud in their praise of Newberry's
hospitality.?Johnston News- j
Mr. Jno. Henry Sligh, teacher of j
Hannah, Florence, after spending a
few days in the county with his father, j
Mr. H. M. Sligh, has gone to Nashville, j
Tenn., to act as instructor in Draughon's
Business college and at the same ;
time take a postgraduate course.
1 Miss Carrie Kilgore, a graduate of j
the Thorn well college for orphans, is j
now in Lavras, Brazil, in connection I
with our school there. She is making j
good progress with the languag-e and
hopes soon to do her fully duty.?Our
Local Post President E. M. Evans, j
Secretary and Treasurfr E. A. Griffin. '
delegates e\-officio, and Delegates H. j
AY. Dominick. W. C. Schenck arid Dorril
Smith will attend ihe State con-!
vpntio^i of t>p Trnvpipv^ Project* vp ?s- i
sociation in Spartanburg: next Wednesday
Dr. I. E. Orimn. the well known1
German eyesight syecialist. is in the I
rity. He cam*? to spend one week on-!
Iv. The T'nion Prosrnss. in sp?akins |
of his visit there, says: "He has help-I
^d others: he will help you." See ad.
Consultation free. "If you have any!
trouble with vour eves, don't fail to j
call on Dr. Crimm."
Carl T. Jn'ien. a younsr Helenian j
who lately joined the excellent ranks j
of the Southern Bell Telephone com- j
pany. has been promoted already, hav- f
5ns: been sent out on the line. When.
a young fellow shows what's in him j
this great company will treat him j
right. The Southern Bell is able to
do what it wants, and is willing to do j
VARIOUS AND AIL ABOUT.
The Long Lane school will close on |
Saturday, May 10, with a picnic. The
public is cordially invited. j
Xo, that is not exactly an airdome 1
at the rear of Johnson & McCrackin's.
I - - - * T ~ 1 --
j it is merely u vuciiiii iot pmicuv^u
j in by Mr. Otwey Salter.
Very few sales advertised for salesday,
but the May 1 subscriptions to
The Herald and News may be brought
in anyway. See by your labels.
Recorder Earhardt on Tuesday
morning fined a Mr. M. M. J. O'Brien
$50 for retailing goods without a
| license. Mr. O'Brien paid his fine.
Wonder if Newberry couldn't furj
nish the midshipm-en in the naval
! academy at Annapolis, to be examined
for at Anderson,May 17.
Don't overlook the ring contest
which closes Saturday night at the
Arcade. Who wins the prrize will be l
known Monday night.
The latest is that the Hon. Geo. S.
! Mnwpr ic snnken of as a successor to 1
I Associate Justice "Woods on the su-i
S prem? bench.
Ty Cobb has "signed." Now lot j
j everybody rise and sing the long;
I metre.?Johnston News-Monitor. Yes,
: do. It is ridiculous.
Don't forget the examination of ap-j
I plicants for teachers' certificates in j
. the office of superintendent of edu-;
i cation on Friday.
J The "Willowbrook park will be open:
ed for the season on next Saturday
j night with a concert by the band and
i an ice creanft festival. All of which
| wili insure a great crowd.
Rev. W. A. Gardner, pastor of O'Neall
Street church, will preach Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock at the Central
! Methodist church to which service the
: public is invited.
I , !
: In a few weeks more the college
girls and bovs will be at home to the
delight of all.?Orangeburg Times and
Democrat. Then it will be one of the
best times of the year in Newberry.
A quick settlement was made by
the W-estern Funeral Benefit association
(a Red Man organization) withi
Mrs. W. P. Bedenbaugh, as the check |
for $350 was received within ten days j
after the filing of the claim.
Fred H. Dominick, assistant attor- j
ney general, has announced that he
will be a candidate for congress in i
the third congressional district in \
opposition to Congressman Aiken.?
Spartanburg Herald. j (
Sooner or later a war between Japan '
and the United Sta.tes is inevitable.
This is no jingoism.?Orangeburg
Times and Democrat. May be it will j
turn out after all that' Hobson was
Ther-e was a great revival in Pocahontas
circles on the 29th, as there
were 22 members adopted and reinstaed
in the Catechee council of the!
order. O. Klettner, with his lady
scouts, is on the war path for more.
Sometime since the Rock mil Herald
made mention of a hen egg which
"weighed five ounces. The Herald and,
News can beat that. Herman Lang-,
ford brought to this office a hen egg;
weighing the eight-one-hundreth of
Read the thrillingly interesting account
in this paper of the Dayton, Ohio, ;
flood and go to the Theato?old court :
house?and see the pictures of it and jJ
other scenes in that terrible disaster.!,
The two reels, 2200 feet, will be put
on Tuesday afternoon and night.
"The County Fair" was a success j
in every way. The gross receipts j <
were $393, netting CaXin Crozier j i
chapter $204 clear. Everybody is sat- > ]
isfie-d, as indeed they may well be with i
the fine result. The management is
to be congratulated.
Sheriff Bl<?ase returned from Tampa;1
with his prisoner, Clarence Malfett, j(
wanted here for enticing labor from j1
the county. The farmers are well i1
pleased with the success of Sheriff}
Blease who is fast making a fine re- <
For Judge Wood's place on the su- ; i
preim bench the names of Circuit j a
Judge George W. Gage, Assistant At- a
orney General F. H. Dominick. Mr. S. j j
J. Xicliols, of Spartanburg, have al-; I
ready becn mentioned.?Columbia cor.
Atlanta Journal. I a
Mr. Robert B. Lominack, when he,fc
registered his five passenger Ford j
touring car in the clerk's office got i"
the number 149: but the numbers are
Increasing fast as in that little time
since then Mr. B. A. Dominick and Dr. *
W. D. Senn brought automobiles num-;
btrs up to lol.
Since the recent visit of Grand!
Master .las. L. Michie and Deputy J c
Grand Master Geo. S. Mower, Royal j j
Arch Masonry has taken on a renew- j
ed interest,?Greenville News. Depu- j
ty Grand Master Mower is a big enough j
Mason to arouse enthusiasm wherever; ,1
he goes. jii
Pictures of Newberry scenes and
sights now on at the Theato, portions
shown each day for the balance of the
week. Step up to the old court housand
see the home molicii pictures, see
yourselves, your neighbors, the children,
the automobiles and other familiar
things right at you.
The State Foreign Missionary society
of the Methodist church svili
held its annual convention at Union,
beginning May 15. The delegates announced
in the published list so far
from this county are?Mrs. C. B.
Martin, Mrs. P. S. Livingston, Mrs. J.
E. Cofield. Alternates: Miss Eugenia
Epps, Miss Ellen Lake.
Miss Zee Wright entertained a few
friends very informally on Thursday
evening in honor of Miss Katherine
Wright, of Newberry. During the
evening: up-jinks was played. Music
was enjoyed and a great deal of fun
was had in a mock wedding. A sal&d
course and strawberries and cake were
served.?Clinton cor. Sunday News.
Jule Thrasher of Townville pleaded
guilty to cruelty to animals and fined
$15 by Magistrate Broadwell. The complainant
was made by Mr. .T. S. Fowler,
who sold the animal v?;bich was
returned by the purchaser as it was
tender of foot.?Anderson Mail. It
pleases The Herald and News to call
attention to such as this, hoping it may
The Airdome is expected to be open
for business by next Monday; at least
it is hoped so by the management. This
is going to prove a good arrangement
as the Arcade will De run in the afternoon
and the Airdome at night, different
machines used in both places.
At the Airdome they will use the Simplex,
the highest priced motion picture
machine made, being absolutely
"Podunk Limited" at Smyrna school
Friday afternoon at 5 o'clock, picnic
Saturday in Mr. W. H. Folk's grove,
icc cream festival at Trinity church
Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock, opening
Willowbrook park Saturday night
with band concert and ice cream festival
are some of tbe entertainments
of Vi or? ^ nlnc?inry ill a n'Aol' -nrvt f a man
at 11 a uu, V/iuoxiig wui^ 17 nut tu in^xx
tion picture shows. The next week
there will be more things, with memoTial
day exercises on Friday.
HON. G. S. MOWER A CANDIDATE
Newberry Representative Would Succeed
Pnlnmhia. Anril SO.?Renresentatiup
Geo. S. Mower, of Newberry, will be
nominated at the next general assembly
for the supreme court hence for
the position of Associate Justice
Woods, when the latter resigns to assume
the Federal judgeship.
Mr. Mower is a prominent member
of the Newberry bar, has served' in
both the senate and house, and is well
known throughout he State.
Announcement of Mr. Mower's can
3idacy was authorized by Senator Alan
Johnstone, of Newberry.
Death of Mr. R. H. Burton.
Mr. R. Henry Burton died on Wednesday
morning at 6 o'clock at his
home near Whitmire, in Cromer township,
after about a week's illness with
kidn?y trouble. He was in his 65th
year and was a prominent farmer of
N'ewberry county. Mr. Burton had not
been in good health for several my^ths.
He was well known and generally
lilrf ^ "U TT-* ?> lnvtopA f ?> rv? "? 1 T' n Artfinnp i
until, uaviug laigc laiimji ouii(ici.uuuo.
Bis wife was formerly Miss Ella Sligh,
laugFter of the late George Sligh, of
Beth Eden, a prominent man in his
lay.1 She survives him with three
sons,?Gus, Lewis and Ross?the first
n Paducah, Ky., as a machinist, the
second at Calhoun Falls with the Sea-1
)oard Bridge company, and the third
living at home. He is survived also
)y a large number of relatives.
He was burifd at Beth Eden, on
rhursday afternoon at 1 o'clock, ser
.'ice by Dr. A. .J. Bowers, as tlie deceased
was a loya! Lutheran and died
n the blessed assurances of that delomination.
P. N. Livingston Dead.
Saluda Standard. 1st.
P. X. Livingston died at his home
lear Saluda Wednesday of last week
ifter a long and painful illness. He
vas buried at the old family burial
ground near Perry's X Roads, Rev.
5. P. Taylor conducting th<> services.
Mr. Livingston was born in 1837 and
vas a gallant soldier in the Oonfederite
army. He leav^? to mour his
loath his wife, four daughters and one
;on. as follows: Mrs. F. E. Schumpert,
)f Prosperity; Mrs. .1. T. Wyse, of,
Unericus, Ga.; Mrs. Floyd Tidwell, of j
Spartanburg; Miss Maud and G?o. Livi
rip-st,111 f?f tbic POlintv.
"You say vnur're so sroorl. Whv
lidn't you tenter the amateur broad i
"Rules didn't suit me."
"T'-.n* to cfort US Off With
pistol shot, and T do my best jumpng
when I hear an auto horn."
I ' ' I I I ... I. i .1^ II
OWE ALL STREET ( HIH< H.
Revival Services Every Day?The Pastor
Is Assisted by Rev. >V. II.
JIcLeod, of Florida.
Revival service at O'Xeall Street!
JT*rorvhnHv is irivitPrl tr? pttpiiil
! Services every afternoon at 3.30 p.
i Services every evening, song service
rev. w. h. Mcleod.
1 beginning at 7.15 and sermon at 7.30
The service Sunday morning at 11
a. m. Love feast at 3.30 p. m.
Service thereafter as scheduled
above until announcement is changed.
The services are being conducted by
the Rev. W. H. MvcCeod. of Flordia.
i NEWBERRY DEFEATS CLISTOX
I " .
, On Tuesday By a Score of 3 to 2.?
Last Game of Season on Home
Newberry and tne fresoyierian college
battled for ten innings at College
Park last Tuesday in the most exciting
game of the season and was undecided
until Joe Keitt leaned up
against one of Flowers' curves for
what would ordinarily have been a
i The game was full of features, not
ably the pitching of Eidson, Floyd's
fielding, ana tne Daiung 01 rveut <uu
Wise. Baker also pulled off a sensa1
tional one handed stab when h-e spearl
ed the first hit ball of the game.
j Clinton scored one in the second
and tied it up in the ninth. Newberry
failed to get a man as far as first during
the first three innings, but in the
fourth put two runs across the pan on
a fielder's choice, a three bagger by
Wise and Eidson's double. In the
, tenth with one out, Baker and Floyd
singled in quick succession and trot
ted home a. mom-em laier wucn i\cm
rapped out his homer.
Last Game Here Saturday.
! On next Saturday the last game of
the college season will be played at
College park when Coach Dobson's
' ' J-*- ri 1 ^i. ,1
jClemson Tigers tacF'e me ocarrct auu
j the Grey. The farmers have yet to
lose their first game and it is expected
that Miss Eidson will be the first
! pitcher in the association to beat them.
A good game may be expected and a
pitcher's battle in the truest sense of
the word can be looked forward to
when Ezell and Eidson oppose each
other. Remember the date, Saturday,
May 3, at College park.
j The following is the score by innings
of the game on Tuesday:
Presbyterians . .010n00 0010?z s ?s,
Newberry .. ..000 200 0001?3 8 3'
Anderson, Flowers and McCutcheon. |
Eidson and Mayes.
Church of the Kedeemer.
(Rev. Edward Fulenwider, pastor.)
Nothing preventing, the following:
will be the program of divine services
at the Luthfran Church of the Re- j
deemer next Sunday:
11 a. m. The regular morning ser-'
vice. The pastor will preach the third
Ill t ne serif S Oi S])l^i:icll ?t i muna uaovu
on the sermon on the mount. The sub-1
ject of the sermon will be, "The New :
Retaliation." The Scripture is Matt. 1
.":??S-4S. The old Mosaic law of res
taliation was designed, not for the vindication
of the individual in his private
capacity, but for the welfare of,
the State. .T~sus did not denounce the !
old law but proved that there was j
soiu-' thing in the new gospel that sur- |
the old. As some one has truly j
i'm/a i nrisTiHn m fii uc:iiauua a ,
errlce that surpasses what is rp-i
quired by the conventionalities and
custonis oi iiumaii society." .Jesus i
drives the lesson home with five strong !
illustrations in which the spirit rather j
than the lett?r must be emphasized, i
the smitten cheek, vexations, legislation,
impressment into service, giving, !
love of enemies. J
*11 1? ?J I^ nf ITicOr_ !
'mere Will ue guuu muoiv, ai? uua
4 p. 111. The regular meeting of the
Sunday school. All the officers and
teachers are requested to be present.
A cordial invitation to all the services
is extended the public.
WHY JU V KVESiYTlIINGI
Mr. S. jr. Duncan Asks Farmers Some;
Pertinent Questions?liaise Your
To the far.mrs of Newberry county,
who have raised cotton for years and
have realiztd at last, that it is a los
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ins: proposition, 1 asn. juu uu v,?m ?
halt, while it is still time to put in
ther crops, and prepare for a chauflthat
is surely comig. Why sit idly by
and abuse Senators Tillman and Smith
for not passing laws to prevent gambling
in cotton, when you are the ones
that can remedy your conditions better
than all politicians combined.
Warehouses for storing cotton to
borrow money from the bankers, to
hold it for the manufacturer will never
solve your troubles wli-en the cotton
has been made with some one's money
other than your own.
Look around you and see what is
need-ed. Corn, hay, grain, beef and
Could you not raise each at a profit
Did you say4 if every one did i? It
i Wouiii glut tilt; marKe..
It is the same way with cotton and
i it had to go, at a pricc fixed by some
, one else. Why? Because its got to
| be manufactured before it can be us-ed.
i If you cannot sell corn, liay and
: grain at a profit direct to the consum!
er, you can feed it to stock and cattle,
thereby retaining the manurial value
on your farm and selling it in live
stock at a profit.
Why buy costly fertilizers when you
can gather nitrogen from the air by
'growing legumes? The clovers, peas,
soy beans, and vetches enrich your
I lands and improve your crops that are
; growing with them.
| Don't say you cannot do so for you
: know better, for others are doing it,
: and you can also.
I refer you to some of the larger
! growers in the county 01 veicnes, ciov|
er, alfalfa and other cover crops, who
will be pleased to give you any information
you may need and my seri
vices are at your command when needed:
Welch Wilbur. L. W. Floyd, A.
D. Hudson, James A. Burton, J. Fred
i Schumpert, G. D. Brown, Jr., S. L.
I Fellsrs, Gus Hawkins, Gary Hawkins,
| and many others are succeeding with
I also call your attention to the demr\f
-ir/af/ih r*1 9 /">^H 9 t" til A
j uusuauuus ui Towu v..
; schools with one half inoculated and
. the other one half now at Whitmire,
1 Trilby. Johnstone, Fairview and St.
! Lukes. After raising all of this it is
not a safe and profitable proposition
to feed scrub cattle and before we can
safely buy pure bred cattle we must
first destroy the cattle tick.
Clemson college has asked all
counties in the quarantined distrist
for $420.00 each to aid them in this
! fight to eradicate the tick. I urge all
' citizens of this county to aid in this
; All township committeemen appointed
to help raise this amount are requested,
when it is impossible for the m
to serve, to select some one that will.
As farm work has been very pressing
will ask that they report to me
at Newberry May 10, instead of May
Come to the meeting of the Boys'
Corn Club at the court house May 10,
J U - Afauone I.on or and Ra rf Oil oil
ctuu ju^rai iiiccci g. 14U- -? ?
subjects suitable to the occasion.
S. M. Duncan.
The following invitation has been
received in Newberry:
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Haitiwangcr j
request the honor of your presence
at the marriage of their daughter
ivir. waiter nm vyvcru
on Saturday, May the tenth
Nineteen hundred and thirteen
at six-thirty o'clock
223 Park Street
Greenwood, South Carolina.
Meteorological Keconl For April.
Temperature?Mean maximum, 69.5;
mean minimum, 47.9; mean, 5S.7; maximum,
87, date, 19th; minimum, 36,
date, 22nd. Greatest daily range, 39.
Precipitation?Total, 2.07 inches;
greatest in 24 hours, S.">, date, 11. Number
of days with .01 or more precipi
tation, S; clear, 15; fair, 8; ciouay,
Thunder storms, 11, 12, 23, 27.
Rainfall for 4 months. 17.14 ipehes.
W. G. Pet-rson, 0. 0.
Two Orators Chosen.
Prosperity, April 29.?In a contest
held Monday evening to select two!
representatives, one boy and one girl,
tn renresent the Prosperity high '
school in the Newberry county oratorical
association, which will meet;
at Chapin May 16, Leslie Sineley and
Caro Wyche were chosen. Th-e judges
were Professors S. J. Derrick, 0. B.
Cannon and Frank Chapman, of Newberry
SPECIAL NOTICES. .
One Cent a Word. No adi|^|
vertisement taken for lesiB
than 25 cents.
BUY a genuine diamond ring for
at Williamson's. Fs-fl
PURE CLEVELAND big boll cottoB
seed for sale at 75 cents per bushqfl
I made two bales to the acre. JoJh
A. Shealy, Newberry, S. C., Rou?
WAITED?All the beef cattle 1
hogs you have to /sell. Will fl
fancy price for best cattle. See*
before you sell. We want qualit^^^B
The Sanitary Market, at E. M. Land
& Co. Phones 110 and 212. 4-15-4t M
FOR SALE?One horse, sound and *
gentle. Not afraid of trains, automobiles
or motorcycles. Can be
seen at McCullough's stables. W. E.
Pelham, Jr., M. D. It.
FOR SALE?Cheap. One mule. Apply
to M. M. Buford. 5-2-2t
; D. 0. FFiiTK?Practical well driller
and contractor. Six and eight inch
wells. Prices reasonable. Sand a
specialty. Let me figure with you.
References furnished. H. O. Frick, ^
Little Mountain, S. C.
; 5-2-12-1 taw.
FOR SALE?Two good, gentle horses,
! cheap. Can be seen at Summer;
Wise Stock Co.'s ?tame. Summer's
FOR SALE?I will sell my trip to Europe
for $300.00. Time to start. July
1st, 1913, all expenses paid. Further ^
| particulars apply Anne 0. Ruff, ^
i X-ewberry. S. C. 5-2-tf. M
Atlanta Jou *nal, 27th.
j Tallapoosa.?Invitations are out for
| the wedding ct Miss Flora Lillian
j Baxley, of thi.3 city, and Mr.' Henry
j Bunyan Miller, of A*lanta. It will be
an event of wide' interest to Georgia,
| Alabama, South Carolina and other
j Mrs. J. C. Tumlin, of Atlanta, will
be matron of honor and will be gown!
ed in pink er?pe de chine and will
! carry pink roses. Miss Carrie Poole,
j of T>onelnsville. will be maid of honor
j nnri will be sowned in nink charraeuse
and will carry pink roses. Mr. O'Neil
i Miller, of Newberry, S. C., brother of
fv,p jrroo-ri will be b?*st man. the only
other attendants will be Mr. J. C.
Tumblin, of Atlanta, and: little Miss
Flora M3P Tumblin, who will be ringTh
bride ?*ill be gowned in
? whltp duchess satin trimmed in prinofi:?
1", pc ?eeded with pearls. The
v.ertdine: rnprch will be played;by Miss
Eula Tumbifu. A ^lliant rieception.
will follow immediately after the cer\
Group No. 2?$150,000.
Robert Norris, of Newberry, S. C.,
1 It. #1 ETA AAA miaiik Ua
uuiiies uuuei tut; fii)v,vw gi uuy. uc _
waa general agent for the Pacific Mu-^
tual for several years. He has widely vrecognized
insurance ability, as a manager
and a solicitor. He has already
mialifted for the SJ00.000 club for 1913.
So far we have been unable to seer
re a photograph of Mr. Norris. He
Hs booj] with the Carolina agencies
since -May, 19^12, and in 1912 was the
leading pcrsonal producer for South
Carolina; which is a record that *
sneaks for itself. We are indeed proud
of Mr. Norris' connection with the
company, and are looking for big
things from him.?Missouri State Life
Picniit at Zionu
I The closing exercises of Zion school
will be given at the school house fcur
miles from Pomaria. on May 10. There ?
will be exercises by the children in
the forenoon beginning at half past
ten. A very interesting and attractive
program has been arrang-d. "/hose
who <?tay away will miss qu'/e \ treat*
At the close of the exercise $ there
wi'l be p oirnic dim^r on th^ grounds.
Everybody is cordially invite.! to
come and bring well filled basket
Picnics at Zion are always gx>.l. So
rome one and all and lets hav\? a good
time on May 10. Rc *ip.d come
down, Mr. Editor, and help us spend
a pleasant day.
Rev. E. C. Cronlv, general secretary
f i.9vmfn's Mm-pment in the
Lutheran church of the. South, will be
at St. Paul's church in the county next
Sunday. He will preach a sermon,
make an address, aiid conduct singing
exercises?making use of both morn- , /
ing and afternoon. Dinner will be
spread on a long table at the church.
YV von A. Riser,
The Diamond Ring Contest at Arcade
will close Saturday night. Be
on hand to boost your favorite. A fine
program of pictures arranged, including
a two reel Broncho feature entitled,
"The Grey Sentinel."