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. NAMIS CHURCHES
BISHOP ANNOUNCES APPOINTMENTS
Preachers of South Carolina are Assigned
Duties for the Approaching
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appointments of ministers for the next
year were made by the presiding
bis'hop at the conference of the Methodist
Episcopal church, South, in annual
session here tonight.
Anderson district: T. C. Odell,
f presiding elder Anderson?St. John's
J. W. Speake; Bethea, S. W. Danner;
Orrville, W. T. Belvin; Antreville, B.
M. Robertson; Calhoun Falls, S. M.
Jones; supply, Clemson college, J. M.
Steadman; Central, Elzie * Meyers;
Honea Path, S. T. Blackman; Lowndesville,
J. C. Chandler; McCormick,
T IT" A nrlorcr\n Pply.pr A. S&SSard !
KJ A" XJiUUVi. uvu y ?- 7 _ ,
Pendleton, C. M. Peeler; Starr, J. L.
Singleton; Townville, W. S. Meyers;
Walhalla, J. L. Stokes; Walhalla circuit,
H. A. Written; Westminister, M.
M. Brooks; Williamston and Belton.
W. L. Martin; G. T. Harmon, supernumerary.
| Charleston district: J. W. Daniel,
t presiding elder; Allendale, B. G. Murphy;
Appleton, E. Z. James; Beaufort,
and Port Royal, J. K. Noland; Bethel
circuit, J. 0. Burnett; supply, Black
Swamp, W. H. Ariail; Bluff ton, J. B.
Kilgor'e; Charleston?Bethel, S. B.
Harper; Trinity, R. S. Truesdale;
Spring Street, M. Auld; Hampstead
Square; J. T. Peler; Yonges Island,
W. B. Duncan, Jr.; Cottageville, W.
fe V. Dibble; Cypress, M. M. McLen?
don; Ehrhardt, B. J. Guess, Ellenton,
(H. T. Morrison, Jr.; Furman, D. N.
Busby; Hampton, L. W. Johnson;
' Hendersonville, W. A- Kirby; Lodge,
D. E. Jeffcoat; Ridgeland and Gillisonville,
G. K. Way; Ridgeville, J. W.
Elkins; Summerville, J. P. Simpson;
Walterboro, J. W. Wolling.
Cokesbury district; W. P. Meadors, |
presiding elder; (Abbeville, S. 0. Cantey;
Abbeville circuit, W. H. Murray;
Broad River, D. P. Boyd; Butler, A. i
M. Gardner; Cokesbury, G. F. Clark-j
son, Greenwood??Main Street, L. P. j
McGee, R.' A. Qhilds, supernumerary; j
Greenwcod Mills, J. B. Connelly; supply,
Greenwood circuit, F. G. Whit-;
lock; Kinards, W. R. Bouknight, Earle
Steadman, supply. t
Newberry; Central, J. E. Carlisle; ;
^ O'Neall Street, Gabe Smith; Newberry
> circuit, S. C. Morris^ Ninety-Six, F. E.
DibMe; Parksville, B. H. Covington;
L Phoenix, J. H. Manly; Princeton, R.
F. Morris; Prosperity and Zion, E. P.
i Taylor; Saluda, 0. A. Jeff coat; Waterloo,
J. T. Miller; Whitmire, J. M. Fri- j
day; Lander college, J. 0. Wilson, j
president, R. D. Lawton, professor; j
Cokesbury Conference school, F. D.
Dibble, rector. j
Columbia district: J. W. Kilgo, pre- j
siding elder; Aiken?M. Dargan; 1
Batesburg, J. E. Mahaffey; Columbia?
Main Street, T. G. Herbert; Washing-1
ton Street, S. A. Steel, J. A. Campbell, j
supernumerary; Green Street, D. W. |
Kellar; Whaley Street, J. H. Thack- j
er; Brookland, A. R. Phillips; Shan-;
don, L. E. Gillespie; Edge wood, John
Paul; Edgefield, J. R. Walker; Fairfield,
J. R. Mason, E. W. Mason, supernumerary;
Gilbert, J. M. Gasque; supply,
Graniteville, C. S. Felder; John- j
ston, G. C. Hutchinson; Langley, H. W.:
Shealy; Leesville station, A. E. Drig-j
o-or?* T.^pcviiip HroniL F. E. Hodses: ?
IF Lexington, J. P. Inabinet; Lexington i
I Fork, E. L. Thomason; supply, North.
Augusta, C. E. Peele; Ridgeway; J. P.
; Winnington; supply, Springfield, J. E.!
< Rushton; Swansea, J. M. Lawson;
Upper Richland, J. K. Inabet; Wagener,
W. D. Quick; supply Columbia
L college, "W. W. Daniel, president; j
f Epworth orpthanage, W. B. Wharton, |
k superintendent; J. W. Xeely, super- j
fe. Florence district: W. A. Massabeau, j
(presiding elder; Bennettsville, Peter I
([stokes; Bennettsville circuit, M. W.
'Hook; Brightsville, G. W. Davis; i
Bethlehem, J. G. Farr; Cheraw, T. G.
Harmon, Jr.; Cnesterfield, J. L. Tyler, i
Darlington: Trinity, L. L. Bedenbaugh,
W. L. Wait, supernumerary;
Epworth, A. A. Merritt; supply, Darlington
circuit, R. W. Humphries;
Chesterfield, T. B. Owens; Florence,
R. E. Turnipseed; Hartsville, T. E.
Morris; Jeierson, Foster Speer; Lamar,
H. Etheridge; Liberty, Paul T.
Wood; Marlboro, J. R. Sojourner; McBee,
W. A. Beckham; McOoll, J. T.
Fowled; Middendorf, W. V. Jerman;
supply, Pageland, J. A. McGraw;
Timmonsville and Pisgah, J. H.
tGraves; Timmonsville circuit, G. T.
Greenville district: P. F. Kilgo,
presiding elder; Clinton, W. A. Fairey;
Jaseley circuit; J. D. Holder, C. B.
fcirns, supernumerary; Fountain Inn,
m. T. Wharton; Gray Court, T. W:
street, M. L. Carlilse; St Paul, E. S.
-Tones: Hampton avenue, M. W. OwingB;
West Greenville, S. L. Rogers;
supply, Soutfit Greenville, P. R. Kilgo;
n Fraud ana Jnason, j. Baruwmao',
Bethel and Poe, W. B. Garrett; Greenville
circuit, .7. G. Huggins; Greer,
E. H. Beckham; Laurens, J. R. T. Major;
Laurens circuit. \Y. H. Lewis;
supply, Liberty, to be supplied; Pickens
circuit, R. H. Lupo; Xorris circuit,
J. T. McFarland; Pickens, L. E.
Wiggins; Piedmont, 0. M. Abney;
Simpsonville, H. C. Mouzon; Greer,
J. D. Bell; Easley, D. D. Jones; Traveler's
Rest, D. R. Roof.
Kingstree district: H. B. Browne,
presiding^elder; Andrews, W. 0. Henderson,
supply, Cades, L. E. Peeler;
Cordesville, G. C. Gardner; George"
town?Duncan, H. J. Cauthen; West
End, J. B. Mahaffey; Greeleyville, W.
P. Way, H. W. Whitaker, supernumI
QMW WatIOW Will W T-T "P rirrv "
V/I Ui J J T ? ? w- - v ,
Jc-nsonville and Prospect, P. B. Ingraham;
Jordan, W. T. Patrick;
Kingstree, D. A. Philips; Late City,
J. W. Ariail; McClellanville, G. A.
Teasley; New Zion, P. K. Rhoad; Pee
Dee, J. C. Taylor; supply, Pinopolis,
J. W. Bailey; Rome, R. E. Sharpe;
Salters, W. T. Bedenbaugh; Sampit,
J. F. Farr; Scranton, J. B. Prosser;
Florence, P. A. Murray; Summerton,
C. C. Derrick.
Marion district: R. H. Jones, presiding
elder; Aynor, F. S. Hook; supply,
Benheim, J. S. Be^asley; Britton's
Xeck, to be supplied; Brownsville. L.
T. Phillips; Bucksville, W. R. Barnes;
; supply, Centenary, R. R. Doyle; Conjway,
A. D. Betts; Conway circuit, W.
|R. Phillips; supply, Clio, A. E. Holler;
I A T Panthf^n: (?flllivant. to
!be supplied; Latta. F H. Shnber;
ILittle River, J. E. Cook; Little Rock,
|F. L. Glenna, Loris, S. S. Creech,
F. L. Singleton, supernumerary; Majrion,
B. R. Turnipoeed; Marion cirjcuit,
J. M. Meetze; Mullins, W. C.
'Kirkland; Mullins circuit, M. F.
Dukes; Lictle Pee Dee, W. C. Owen;
Waccamaw, E. F. Scoggins; Horry Industrial
school, E. 0. Watson, president.
Orangeburg district: M. L. Banbp,
'presiding elder; Bamberg and Bamberg
Mills, W. H. Hodges; Barnwell,
jw. J. Sinyder; Branch ville, T. J.
|White; Cameron, T. W. Godboldt;
Denmark, H. G. Hardin; Edisto, S. H.
Booth; Eutawville, S. D. Vaughan;
Grover, T. A. Shealy; Harleyville, R.
C. Boulware; Norway, A. S. Leslie;
Olar, to be supplied; Orangeburg?
St. Paul, W. B. Duncan; Elliott Street,
A. C. Corbet; supply, Orangeburg cir
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cult, s. w. -tienry; urauge, j. ?j. oic*enson;
Providence, T. L. Belvin; Rowesville,
J. A. Graham; Smoaks, J. C.
Counts; St George, W. E. Wiggins.
! Rock Hill district: R. L. Holroyd,
ipresiding elder; Blacksburg, to be supplied;
Blackstock, W. M. Hardin;
Chester, J. L. Daniel; Chester circuit,
W. T. Duncan; Clover, J. N. Isom;
East Chester, J. V. Davis; supply, Lancaster,
W. C. Kelly; Fort Mm, j. k
Patten; Hickory Grove, H. B. Hardy;
Lancaster, E. T. Hodges; Lancaster
circuit, C. W. Burgess; North Rock
Hill and City mission, J."A. White, B.
R. Ulmer; supply^ Richburg, W. S.
Goodwin; Rock Hill, St. John's, P. B.
Wells; Rock Hill circuit, J. S. Spinks;
Van W!yck, J. H. Montgomery; Winnsboro,
J. B. Tray wick; Yorkville, H.
Spartanburg dstrict: R. E. Stackhouse,
presiding elder; Belmont, W.
P. Meadors, Jr.; Campobello, J. R.
Copeland; Carlisle, R 0. Lawton;
Cherokee, R. 0. Brock; supply Ches
nee, G. H. Hodges; supply, Clifton and
Glendale, C. P..Carter; supply, Drayton
and Beaumont, W. H. Polk; Duncan,
J. K. Holman; Eronee, W. B.
Justus; Gaffney?Buford Street, G. C.
Leonard," Limestone Street, J. W.
Shell; Gaffney circuit, J. A. Bledsoe;
Inman, J. W. Lewis; Jonesville, J. A.
Cook; Kellon, T. F. Gibson; Pacolet,
A. H. Best; Pacolet Mills, A. V. Harbin;
Readsville, E. L. McCoy; Spartanburg?Bethel,
A. N. Brunson;
Central, C. C. Herbert; Union?Grace,
J. C. Roper; Buffalo and G. Street,
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W. LP". uauu; saatn umuu, o. xa. manner;
Saxon and Textile institute, J.
H. Brown, Field Agent Wofford, G. G.
Horley; superintendent anti-saloon
league, J. L. Harley; Industrial institute,
D. E. Camak, president
Sumter district: H. W. Boyd, presiding
elder; Bethany, 0. N. Rountree;
Bishopville, G. E. Edwards;
Camden, C. B. Smith; Camden circuit,
J. C. David; Elloree, J. L. Mullinax;
w f!_ Gleaton: Heath
Springs, J. B. Weeden; Kershaw, S.
D. Bailey; Lynchburg, S. J. Bethea;
Manning, G. P. Watson; Oswego, J.
P. Attaway; Pinewod, R. M. DuBose;
Providence, J. E. Cooper; supply,
; Richland, George Gary Lee; St.
John's and Remberts, E. P. Hutson;
St. Matthews, G. F. Kirby; Sumter?
'Trinity, D. M. McLeod; Broad Street,
J. M. Rogers; Wateree, D. 0. Spires.
Transferred?E. K. Hardin to Bal|
timore conference, G. P. Penny to
Florida conference, B. G. Vaughan to
; Pacific conference, C. B. Dawsey to
"Ive caught my breath now, I'll tell
you a few more of the things to be
found for sale by Summer Bros. Co.,"
said the bright little Newberry miss
to the stranger?"Buggies, drills,
: kerosine, gasoline, cutlery, steam
fittings, beltings every thing in gro
j SALE OF KEAL ESTATE. ;
By virtue of the power to us given 1
j in tne Last Will and Testament of;
Mrs. Elizabeth Frances Blease. deceas- ;
ed, the undersigned will sell to thp
j highest bidders, before the court
house door at Newberry, South Carolii
11a, on salesday in January, 1914 being
j the 5th day of said month, between the
* - * + ?! rr
legal Hours 01 saits uic mnun
described real estate, to wit:
Lot No. 1: That parcel of land,
; lying and being situate in the Town
jof Newberry, containing (1 19-100)
one and 19-100 acres, more or less,
fronting on Main street and measuring
thereon a distance at (254 1-10)
j two hundred fifty-four and 1-10 feet
'and running back along the line of
| the estate of J. X. Martin for a distance
of (193 1-3) one hundred ninetythree
and 1-3 feet and running along
j the line of lands of B. A. Havird for
a distance of (340 7-12) three hundred
forty and 7-12 feet to Thompson
Street, and measuring on Thompson
[Street a distance of (o4 y-jzi
fifty-four and 9-12 feet, be'
ing bounded by Main Street, land of
| the Estate of J. X. Martin, land of B.
A. Havird, Thompson Street and land
j of E. C. Sonnenberg.
Lot Xo. 2: Thai parcel of land in
the Town of Newberry with a dwelling
tnereon situate, containing (3-10)
three-tenths of one acre, more or less,
; fronting on Harrington Street, which
bounds it on the north, and being
i bounded on the east and south by
! lands of F. X. Martin and on the west
by lot of McHardy Mower.
Lot No. 3: That parcel of real estate
\ with a dwelling uouse thereon situate
i in the Town of Newberry, fronting
I (58 4-10) fifty-eight and 4-10 feet on
Caldwell Street, running back there|
from. along Hatten Street in parallel
| lines for a distance of (123 3-10) one
j hundred twenty-three and 3-10 feet
: measuring on the south side a disj
tance of (119) one hundred anqi
| nineteen feet.
. A plat of Lot No. 1 can be seen,
i ~^ fuT-fri^T- information may be
emu cm j iuivuvi .?? ^
I obtained by calling, at the office of
' Blease & Blease, Attorneys-at-law,
Newberry, S. C.
Terms of sale: One-third of the puri
chase price of each lot to be paid cash,
one-third on a Credit of twelve months
from the day of sale, and the remaining
one-third on a credit of two years
from the day of sale, the credit portions
to bear interest at the rate of
eight per cent per annum from the
date of sale, and such credit portions
to be evidenced by notes of the purchaser,
said notes to contain the usual
stipulation for the payment of ten
per cent of principal and interest as
attorney's fees n the event of collection
by an attorney, the payment of said
- * x
j notes to be securea Dy a mortgage ui
the premises sold; purchaser to pay
j tie costs of preparation, execution and
j recording of papers.
Immediately upon bidding in the
said property* the purchaser 6hall deposit
with the undersigned, as an evijdence
of good faith, the sum of Five
; Hundred Dollars on Lot No. 1, the
sum of One Hundred Dollars on Lot
No. 2, and tiae sum of iFifty Dollars on
Lot No. 3, and if said sum is not deposited
immediately, the lot so bid off
I will be immediately resold at the ri6k
J oL the former purchaser.
Pnr/?ii9<!pr? nrA to comnlv in full
, - ?-?
with the terms of sale on or before the
15tn day of January, 1914.
Bertha Bleasi Lison,
Executrix of the Last Will and Testament
of Elizabeth Frances Blease,
Cannon G. Blease,
Eugene S. Blease,
Executors of the Last Will and Testament
of Elizabeth Frances Blease,
Dec 5-19-Jan 2.
The Old Joke About "Something Just
As Good," Doesn't Apply to This
You have probably heard dozens of
| times the old story that a drug store
i was a place to "get something just as I
good." There is at least one drug-;
I gist in the world that you can't say j
I It,is certain that an inferior article !
will never be substituted for a guaranteed
one by W. G. Mayes drug store.
! Take for instance a safe, reliable reimedy
for constipation and liver trouKio
liiro Dndson's Liver Tone. This
i harmless vegetable liquid has proved
1 so satisfactory a liver stimulant and (
reliever of biliousness, and to entirely
take th$ place of calomel without I
any danger or restriction of habits or j
diet, that there are dozens of prepara- J
tions springing up with imitations of
its claims. t
But Dodson's Liver Tone is guaranteed
to do all that is claimed for it,
and if you are not satised with it,
W. G. Mayes will hand your money
back with a smile. Any person going
to this store for a bottle of Dodson's
Liver Tone will be gure of getting a
' large bottle of this genuine remedy ha
jexchange for his half dollar.
We want everybody i
know what a great whiskey
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I The Home of Old Scott
| express collect, and we wil
Sample shipment of fc
Just to show you we have jus
one quart free with every order for
Express Prapald. 4 Qts. 8 Qts.
! Old Buck White Corn $2.50 $5.0G
1 Crovrn Yellow Corn 2.50 5.0C
j 81k Spring White Com... 2.20 4.4
9 Kemember, one whole quart 1
with orders for pints or half pir*s.
Study this price list for <
j Old Lookout Club (Tennessee Whiskey)!
| Old Private Stock Eye (very old)
Old Lincoln Co. (Tennessee Whiskey)...
Cedar Grove Rye (Bottled in Bond) '
fcweet Mash White Corn (Small Tu^)
lpcky Strik6 Yellow Corn (eld and Bellow)...
Express prepaid to Adams an
Get our wholesale an d retail i
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If you ha1
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BE JEALOUS OF THE
BEAUTY OF YOUR HAIB
In other words, be careful of it.
The beauty of your hair depends up
on its health. If it's beautiful, it's
[healthy. To make it glossy, bright,
silky-soft?to make it fall mose easily
into the graceful, wavy folds of the
coiffure?to make it stay where you
i put it?use harmony Hair Beautifier.
This dainty liquid dsessing is just
what it is named?a beautifier. If
your hair is beautiful now, use it to
make it even more so, and to preserve
its loveliness. If it is not beautiful
now, Harmony Hair Beautifier will
improve its ajpaarmnce im a 'wvf to
>NE QUART OJ
Igest Offer ever
n the whole state of South <
j our Old Scott is ? a won<
_ * rich corn whiskey
pleasing, mellow cori
always look for in a
=}. ^ key.
4 1? The best way for ;
out how good this \
5jjj| is to try $ne whole
all ' our ex'P^nseggfg?:
Send $6, the disti
for eight quarts of
and we will ?hip you
K quarts and one ex
prm making nine quarts i
: Try the free quart.
?every drop. If a
E~_i pleased, satisfied and
return the other eig
1 refund your $6.
mr quarts for |3, sxpress pit
sfe the whiskey you want, at the price
eight quart bottles (not pints) of an
21 Pfcs. 48 1A Pts. Einrasfi Prenat
> $6.50 $7.0*? F^nic Rye, 100 pi
) 6.5*> 7.0o Silver Wedding E
> 6.00 6.50 Kentucky Prid* E
:ree with each order of eight quart bo
aut prices on pints and half pints of
24 Pfcs. 48 %Pts.
5 9.00 $ 9.50 Old Scott White C
9.00 Pride of Atlanta
10 50 liiod Bulls Eye Dry Gir
8.50 9.00 Seott Priee SuPeri
8.50 9.00 Virginia No. 2 Ap
1 order too large to fill same day order is rectii
f\ SnnfViom "F/mrass "nninfs on ft)) nrrl
jrice list. Buy at wholesale distiller;
ik for It Today-AI
:>w you may conne
th the Bell system
;s local and long di
?y more than 5,00C
* ? > + *
yen't a Telephone
:o get service at ve
>ligate yourself by:
arest Bell Telephone Mi
timers' Line Department
uth PryorSt, Atlanta, Ga.
j please you, or money back. Its rose
; fragrace will overcome the oily
smell of your hair. Easy to apply?
simply sprinkle a little on your hair
each time before brushing it. Contains
no oil; will not change color of
hair, nor darken gray nair.
To keep hair and scalp dandrufffree
and clean, use Harmony Shampoo.
This pure liquid shampoo gives
jan instantaneous rich latfher that im!
mediately penetrates to every part of
ihair and scalp, insuring a quick,
thorough cleansing. Washed off just
as quickly, the entire operation takes
only a few moments. Contains nothing
that can ha-n cue hair; Imtis
Carolina to $13?
ierful, fine, I 1
1 taste you Js&SS
corn whis- ji
you to find m J 1jjj| .
quart ^free pS
llery price ' ^TT^r
old Scott, qimh&l
your eight \QfWW\
ht quarts' A bottle of this fim
old corn free.
) yoa want to pay, we will give yc t
ty ot the good i listed below.
d. 4 Q.S. 8 Qts. % 24 Pts. 48 % It*
roof $3.20 $6.40 $7.50 $8.(W
ye 2.50 5.00 6.50 7.00
yo 2.20 4.40 6.00? 6J50
'ttles of above goods. No free goodf
very best distillery goods.
24 Pts. 48%Pt*.
Jorn (none better) $8.00 $8.5Q
Vhite Corn (purs 100proof).... 7.50 8.00
i 8.00 8.5a
or Gin 6.50 7.0?
pie Brandy 6.59 7.0(1
lers for four qnarts or more.
y prices and save money. Addiem
~T . t
^ostal Will Do
ct your 1 eie,
and get the
this book will
ry small cost.
sending for it.
harshness or stickiness?0ust a sweet
Both preparations come in odd-'
shaped, very ornamental bottles, with
sprinkler tops. Harmony Hair Beautifier,
$1.00. Harmony Shampoo, 50c.
Both guaranteed to sausiy you au every
way, or your money back. Sold
in this community only at our store?
j The Rexall Store?one o? the more
| than 7,000 leading drug stores of the
United States, Canada and Great Bri
tain, which own the big Harmony
laboratories in Boston, where tie
many celebrated Harmony Ferfumes
and Toilet Preparations aw made.
Gilder and Weeks, Newberry, I. &