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"Eastc-.- d; y h.;s well been called 1
the 11 or" le^'iv;. .s* bev-.nise itel..
..I victory oi' victory -ve. It at i j
and :'i<- '-rave, it spunks <<. p irdoii and j
per ;n i proclaims :h.? n.e -.ly.1 of j
hope and in inor:;.*ity. :'or it is the day
011 \vhi< :t we commemorate the i
triumph o: .'.'sus Christ ov the i
powers of ?;n and satan. Xj wonder
then thnt we decorate onr rhnrches
with floWf r>; and oar g:a 1 alle^
m rv o r ) ChT"i<
ni:u r*\j vv. mv - ?. ? v ?
lians v.. ;j empha.-::;'3 each year the
stupendous fac.s o! cur Lord's life
rom "the mystery c: His holy incarnation"'
and wondrous birth, follow- :
in? him ihroush his bantism. his fast- I
' 'g and ter '"'on. 9-o;n.i with hrn | j
to the gai^-n oi' Gtiiisemonec,
ieving for "His agony and bloody
fcwea:,'' his precious death endured for
::s and burial" and keeping holy "the
Cohhyth ctillnp'ss;" nf his rest in the
grave. Hastening with "Mary and the
oher women" early in the morning of
the first day of the week" tD find the
. stone rolled away and the angel of
the resurrection waiting to tell the
rirlino-c fVior Vio whn hnH lain fhprp
was alive from the dead, and would
as he had said, go before them into
Galilee and now
"Our joy is full, for sorrows that had
(Their shadows on our hearts, no !
longer hid 3 !
Their truer meaning for our Holy j
Share in the triumph of the crucified.''
So on Easter day grateful hearts
ove to pay h miage to their risen Lord
by bringing to his house the flowers
Vio cmrc.lv Invert whpn hp "wa'lvPfl
tlXU W "V UW4 V* *v ' vv* * - v ? " ? m
in aGlilee,*' and by lifting their
voices in praise to h'.m
"Who did once upo.i the cross
Suffer to redeem oar loss.*'
At St. Lukes Episcopal church, in i
the afternoon, the rector, the Rev. S. j
K. liuignara, neia aivme st;- vice, r i
preaching from Rev. 1:17-1S.
Mr. Guignard began his sermon by j
alluding to laws of nature as bearing
upon the great tru:h of the resurrection.
The contiguous, yearly leafing
of the tree after the winter bareness '
i?rvt*?r?Qr\ * O" * r\ Hfo
lilt; JJlUlUlUUUiUUO syiiugi. a -V
again, the more seemingly joyous do es
01" the birds on Easter morning, each
blooming flower seeming to have a
meaning, ail this uniting to make the!
day seem so different from any other, |
ai:d giving tfreir answer to the long- j
asked question of Job, "K a man die !
sha'l he live again?" j
/-k t'oll in !
Ju. v Vil M) 1 11CJ nuu itlii ^^ J^, |
Jesus will God bring wi li aim" "by |j
that power which broke the b^rids !
of death on ;he first resurrection !
morning, "uey shall li\o aslo," lor,
said he "if 1 li.e. ye shall live also.' !
This is wiat makes Easter day .sce:n !
so dift'e'enr from any otaer, why i~<t i
singing of the birds seems sweeter and |
why each bl:oming flower seems to j
have i s meaning. w:.y a no:e of glad-! ~
riess seems everywhere to prevail, and!
eo, "today this glorious resurrection , I
day, ler us feel the touch of his hand i
and hear in the text his own dec'ara-:
. tion that means so much to us.'' And ! '[
ifce laid his right hand up:n me, say-!
ing unto me, fear no"; I am t:ie Iirst v;
and the last: I am he that liveth and!
was dead; and, behold I am alive for J
evermore. Amen; and have the keys <(
of hell and of death/' Death, said Mr. j
Guignard. is rot the end of life, but1 jan
event or experience by and:
through which we enter the larger |
life beyond. "Why, said Phillips j
Brooks, should we make so much of j
"hat which our religion does away;
wiii?" To the man who has no vision I
beyond the grave life here is every- H
thing and when he fails he becomes a i
coward and slave, bound by the com-!
ing end of all that is of interest to i
him. On the other hand to him who i
has conceived of the truth of the res-!
urrection, dea:h is only a change and j '
he breaks over the tyranny binding the i*.
unbeliever, and iQOking to continual!
\ ! tO
can strive for the development of;
truths too vast for accomplishment in i1)1
an earthiv life. The sculp*or ever.d;
working on to accomplish his ideal,' ;
day after day towards it completion, j ni
lying down each night looking to the j 01
life and work of the morrow beyond, j n<
Realization of the great truth of im- j u<
mortality -with the glorious oppor-;
t unities awaiting us in the broader: d<
lifo tnw9rr?c tvbipli wp nrp COminS i C(
~? ? 1
gives us freedom because of our cour- j ai
age to accomplish things -which else j m
-are would be afraid to attempt and this ! si
vision of the life beyond death, makes j o;
duty easily borne for the loTe of right, j g:
Today, more than ever, let us feel J
ef the power of the resurrection and j
"Ikink ?f tee living Christ. j &
^Siug witfe aH sfcss ?f glory,
n i r>
We get MOj
money. To sel
to buy right hi
pay cash for ev
A CORSET FOR EVERY FIG
Xo lit no sal". We have ;o offer for you
and W. B. All new spring models. T,iere i
can not fit correctly from tie above stock,
if 1.30 $2.00 and $3.00.
*1.23 MESSALINE SILK 9
Ail the new and wanted shades, black, i
blue, pink, sky blue and Kelly green, $1.23
NEW WEAVES IN WASH G(
When you consider ;he excellent qualitie
prices you'll admi: we've got the wiio'e tow
Good bargains. New arrivals on centre c
ported Ratines, Plain and Fancy Striped C:
Crepes, Crepe Suitings, Rice Cloths, White
on centre bargain counters at choice
BIC. VALUES IN THE SHOE DEP.
We carry ;he most complete stock of low
200 pairs Ladies' Common Sense Slipp
200 pairs Ladies' Patent Leather, Vici, K
$2.00 values /
1,000 pairs Selby & Co. Oxfords, Pumps,
worth $3.50, special at cnly the pair
a fn1! linp Misses and Childrens Low C'
Slice departmen .
r?0 pieces of Pla* Val Laces, 3 to 5 inche
gain cen r? table at
Real Linen Torchon Laces. 1 to ?> inches
Inc. on the bargain centre table at
JLY1L 1 J
Sing the resurrection song. j ed to Preside
'3ath and s:r .>\v, earth's dark story, j phur Springs,
To rhe 'former days' belong. j Hum
>ife eternal! Oh. what wonders ! Officials a:
Crowd on iaith?what joy unknown,! l)artment cor
hen, amidst. earth's closing thunders ! niont an(i
Saints shall stand before ;he throne! i immediate in\
, , . w , : and parading
)n :o enter rhat bright portal,
... , . ? . the streets, a
see uat glowing firmament,
.... ~ ~ , . , , ment would 1
now wit.i t.iee, 0 Gjd immortal,
T ,,, ? . , i sponsible offi(
.Ic sus Christ, wuom Thou hast i
^ t r 2,
sen:!'' I Uc'n- nuc'; 1
_ ! cep:ed, appan
! and it was po
APOLOGY CLAIMS \VASHI\TO\ I fair to await
! ised investiga
uerlaV Exp la nation of Arrest of Ma-1 The navy <
rines Kelieves Situation?Mayo j has issued no
Demands Salute. | miral Mayo d
j drawal or en:
Washington, Apri 11.?Tile tense sit- i a sa'ntpttion
creaied here by the arrest of pOROC* t0
^ Kv mvi,9n fliithnri- ! and are certa
HiCi ivclxi aiaiiuto u; v.
?s at Tampico was greatly relieved j vl t^le nnC|l,a^
day with the receipt of Gen. Huerta's 't? s exP^ana^
ompt repudiation and apology for the i
Hion, forwarded from Mexico City by ' DEA1
harge O'Shaughnessy. While no deft-!
i.e statement was obtained in offi- j Dowatrer Em
al circles it was intimated that the j Imperial
scessary redress for the affront had
Reporting developments to the navy! ^?kio, *^aPa
spartment Rear Admiral Mayo, in I-niPr(S-^ aT
;mmand of the American naval force j ;*:^a a<: ^ama
t Tampico, cabled that he had de- j Following
:anded that the Mexican commander i case 0f the d
ilute the Amercian flag in expiation imperial fami
r the affront. In this message he had ! ment cf the e1
iven the Mexican officers twenty-five; jjj the body
ours from 6 o'clock Friday evening to | the capital.
Diflply. -Xd further message had come j place tomorr*
om Adfcairal Mayo when the depart- ' awuy sudden!
te*t closed teaight. j pcr*r Yeskflft
Adrairal-^feyo's lejer: was forward- otker *ea>
D 17 r A m
L\u / ur jlksjl.
I goods cheap the
i must have the <
ery hill of mercha
r selectio^ R^. k. G.
value, a big leader ^ XfS^ '*?1
** | ^ (4
:) skinned on Wash % 'Ji-'j /jg
ounters. New . ^Bl
repes, Embroidered %,i:'fgj^W
Vaile, etc., all piled
cui Shoes in upper Millinery of E
,e s. $2.00 values r]oesn't mean high
r..,n moi',1 are making: our figh
au UliU V4 Uli w w
of quality at reaso
and Strap Sandals, and tfa .tremendou<
$'-*.!>? . . ;
nts.. visit our big are having proves w
key-note. A stylisl
mean an expensive
:s wide, on the bar- chased here. We hi
wide, worth ioc to a thousand brand i
fV> in c? nl 1 i n rr
niio wccn. o owning,
iwmbkmhm* mm WHMMMnMMHMMMHM
nt Wilson at White Sul- j
fa's Statement. I e
the State and navy de- j | El ? J
isidered Huerta's sta'.e- j I ?\ 1
1 frank. It promised an j imtf/r A
aestivation of Col. Kino-j J '/ 'j -1
in arresting the marines j <8t<v*
them publicly through J II 1^/
ind that proper punish-;
)e inflicted upon the re- j V
a's good faith was ac
?ntlv without reservation. 1 Jig
inted out tha' jr was but j +
the result of the prom-'' Y~ j ^ CI ? "|J? |
department, it wa> paid.! "One oi
instructions to Rear Ad- j without telei
irecting either tne "snth- ti- ,i
' - .. , , mer, is th<
foreement ot his demand i . . ,
Officials here are dis- ' know ledge t
n that officer's dis?*etion tection that 1
in he has been informed On the
ified terms of Gen. Hner- J and is the HI
on- gency that rs
? j If you I
rH of haruko 1 the nearest I
our free boo
ipress Passes Away at j costs.
Villa?Was Widow of j
n, April 9.?The Dowager 1 SOUTHERN
uko, died at the imperial j _ _
su. today. ! AND TELE*
. .. I
the usual custom in tee |
eath of a member of the |
ily the official announce-1
rent will not be made un-! **10 summ
has been transferred to #aP^a^
Thie is expected to take The imperial patient
aw. Her majesty passed deceptive symptoms,
y in tee presence of Em- increased rigor and as
it*, tfce aapreag au<L tee | A fii^rt IStte affcenrj
*6 ef -he royal faeUr,; >y bHaae uEewsiittifi.
1 f% 1 fi
I and can give M(
merchant must ht
cash and the expe^
ndise entering thh
72 nair so on sale here th
Gauze Vests, full bleachei
seller (limited) o to ea
IPS? % TAFFEr
v&ar ^ ^ne wi(ie plain Taff(
% anc* white* 15c value a. ?
J 1 case Apron C-hc kp<] G
One i?: Ciiiidren's Fancy '
Vc? Ml'lf iteaching, full
distinction K " ? KEAD,TW,
Drices We Tt matters not what your v
" .... and make them known to i
t OH millinery ]ie Ready-to-wear business
>nable prices, you have fixed in your min
5 business we vlle sarments >'ou see heIe
, i .",1 of Ladies' One Piece Dress<
re have hit the
i hat does not NE,V TAI
One if pur- This store stands foremc
ive more than ""vest,prices- Xo sucl1 sei
fieW h3,tS lOr 300 new Skirrs go on sal
$2.49, $2.9$, $3.50, $4/)0 and
- fill fiil^?=a'!iseyii-VsTMi
re and Protectio
- 1 r i 1 1
: the best reasons why 1 would not De
phone service," writes a Georgia fari
pleasure it gives my wife and the
hat while I am away, she has the prothe
farm the telephone dispels loneliness
? ? U ? ^ i ?-? rtrnr amaf
eans ui Dunging ncip m an;
laven't a telephone on your farm see
Sell Telephone Manager or write for
iklet and learn how little this service
MERS' LINE DEPARTMENT
BELL TELEPHONE /a
oned from the1 tendance applied restoratives,
| without avail, and she died wi
: had developed recovering consciousness. Her rn
She displayed ty had been suffering for a cons
&:ed fcr food. ab]e period from angina pectoris
arte k?r majefr- cfieiil iLiagpesis declared fcrigiit'i
Deems ia at- cast was fee direct eattse her 1
JRE for the
1 . -1
ly riqtiti ana
rience. W e
is week, $3.50 values at $2.98
IE VESTS. 9
3 tape neck and arm holes, a big
ch buyer 5c
rA RIBBOXS. i
?ta Ribbon, in all colors and black
\ GINGHAMS. I
inghams. worth 8 l-3c. special a:
rop S-x, ail sizes, regular 13c sel
36 inches wide, worth SI-2c, spe
YEAR GARMENTS. \
i'airs *ia.y be in this line, just come
us. We have done and are doing ,
of the town. No matter what price d
d you will be fully satisfied with
Ladies Tailored Suits, all kinds
?s, Skirts, Waists, etc. I
LORED SKlRTS. \
:st in assortment and values and
>arate Skirt values have ever been
e here this week at special prices, ?
[NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that the un|
dersigned will make a final settlement
of the estate of Warren D. Suber, deceased,
in the Probate Court of Xew?n
berry County South Carolina, on the
| 4t)b, day of May 1914, at 11 o'clock in
I the forenoon and will immediately
i thereafter apply his discharge as ad!
ministrator of said estate. A)i persons
[holding claims against sai.1 estate will
! present said duly attested on or before
| that date.
Z. H. Suber,
-viiTirv TII rpmiTnps
1/ A A\. U JL \/ VAlJJJ/AJk VMM
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Chesley D. Hunter and Allen H. Hawkins,
as administrators of the perI
sonal estate of Samuel A. Hunter,
I _ - . .
deceased and otners, piamnns,
Elizabeth F. Hunter and Elizabeth E.
! Lane and others, defendants.
All and singular creditors of the
personal estate of Samuel A. Hunter,
deceased, are hereby notified to render
I in their claims legally verified to me,
t H. H. Rikard, master, on or before
tine L'-Hn aay 01 April, iyi4, ana are
Jv. hereby enjoined from presenting their
claims in any other way or to any othk
H er court.
*JS/ , H. H. Rikard,
y ' Waster.
j April 3, 1914.
but | STREET DUTY A>D DOG TAX.
thou! | ^re nQW piease come in and
tajes- pay and avoid the penalty.
>ider- Ey order of tie city council.
i, but -J. R. Scarry,
3 dia- T*ea*urtr.