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THK NEWS OF ST. PAIL.
Pound/n? For Dr. Sl/erh?Thanksg/v<ngr
Serv/ces Held?Two Interesting
St. Paul, Dec. 7.?On T anksgiving j
day there was an interesting service j
at St. Paul's jusi a little unusual for |
us. Upon arrival at the church "he!
the worshippers soon discovered be:r..-1
liful hardest honn decorations ooin- j
posed of sheaves of w^ieat and oats ;
ears of corn, cotton, pumpkin, peanuts, j
sugarcane, pears, say beans, velvet
b.ans, red apples, cabbage, etc., all of!
which was raised in the community, j
Pastor Riser opened and introduced the
e.\er<?ise> after which t! e ladies took ;
chars? if the meeting. Mr. Riser in I
bis delectable way, led a woman's
meeting of Thanksgiving, with men j
present*as guests of trie ladies. There
were reading, recitations and extra j
singing. Several short talks by ladies
of the missionary society, a business
meeting of the waman's convention, a. j
collection of thankoffering, boxes and i
loose offering. Prayer and short talk j
by Pastor Riser. All very pleasing)
and most eddying to every one present.
Rev. J. A. Sligh, D. D., of Columbia,
who va? our pastor for so long 'here
has been very ill again, but doing very
well at tlnis writing. We are requested
by Pastor Riser to state tibat some
friends will remember Dr. Sligh by
bringing or sending some groceries or
money to St. Paul's parsonage on
Monday after the first Sunday in December.
Anyone who would like to
send a package to Dr. Sligh will
please wrap it well and bring or send
it to the church on the first Sunday
in December or bring or send it to
the parsonage the next day witfo the
name of donor on the package. fThe
things will be packed and shipped by
Pastor Riser on Tuesday after the
fir3t Sunday in December. This is a
good and much needed work and should
be successful. Anything that can be
used by a family will bo o? service
and will be greatly receive** by our
The wedding be41s have begun ringing
again, hard times do not put an
embargo on cupid's arrows. That archer
will make matches, and cause
fob AM?k mrAf
l*W U9A1U9 WJ vmv W VilU, n utut i wi
he can. Ttis time the wedding bells
rang long and leud at Mr. and Mrs.
Joe A. Counts', announcing the marriage
of t'ceir only daughter, Miss
Louise, to Mr. G. Lester Bowers. The
groom is from Newiberry "but was
born snt reared near here. T:is hapk
py couple will set up house keeping
near his old home, where they will
try their hands at farming. The writer
was not present at the wedding but
from what he can learn by tfcose who
were present the wedding was immense,
t)':ere were about 110 guests, all
of wfcom were present at the reception.
The reception was a great old
4-,-nnn ^ n n Ar n-lfl'-, O Uorr lAnOr t CI HI O
time uiuuci mi;, a iuu0 j
in the yard. Those who were there
. report a ; ir.e time and came away
r wishing much happiness for the young
coirple. The ceremony took place at
2:00 p. m. November 25th, and immediately
after the congratulations tfce
dinner was served. The bride's pastor,
Rev Y. von A. Riser, spoke the
solemn and beautiful words which our
State binds till deatf':; as they should.
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n nas oeen reported to me tuat m
all that rain last Sunday Mr. Thomas
McColloagh, of Little Mountain, and
Miss Minne Singley, of Jolly Street
section, drove to the parsonage where
Rev. Riser spoke the words wfcich
made them man and wife. We wish
the happy couple much success in
their future life.
We -bear rumors of more weddings,
^ but don't ask who or where, your
scribe ias been hoping not merely to
be asked to a wedding but to attend
one of his own one of these days or
> nights but it seems that the year of
1914 will soon be past and his efforts
will have been in vain, so don't ask
wfco or where for he is not well posted
as to that himself, maybe.
The Young People's meeting will
be held in the church Sunday night
beginning at 7:30. An interesting
programme- is promised/ the public
;s cordially incited to attend tl-is service.
The following spent Thanksgiving
day at :Mr. W. b. tJomest s: Misses
"Mary and Ola Lominick, Mae Amick,
Lottie Lee Halfacre, Fannie Holloway,
Ethel Counts, Mrs. Annie Felker, Mr.
Horace Lominick, Miss Louise Counts,
Messrs. Charlie and Earle Sligh, a:
^ Dr. A. J. Bedenbaugh spent Thanksgiving
day with Mrs. Ella Bedenbaugh,
Miss Louise Counts has returned
from a pieaasnt visit to Miss Lizzie
Taylor, of Near Bachman chapel.
Mr. Joe Lathrop, of Columbia, si>ent
the first part of tfne week with his
brother, Mr. Lee Lathrop.
Messrs. Pink and Thomas Lathrop,of
Newberry, spent Thanksgiving in the
Mr. Eustor Richardson spent the
first part of the week with the fami*y-<jrrar.
v?0K&3 Liri?: G?iRr, -6t near ;
ity, is visiting her sister, Mrs. E. B.
Mr. Arthur Counts and sister. Miss i
Lucile, spent Thanksgiving day with
the family of Mrs. Ella Bedenbaugh.
FOR COTTON LOAN SCHEME
Kliett, Robertson, Schaehte, Pr/ngle,
Kowland and K.nard Named for
Washington, Dec. 3.?The u . im- j
l ortant step preliminary to the active
operation of the 000,000 cotton j
loan fund was taken today by the j
cotton loan committee when it completed
the State committees in 11 o
the Southern Sta;es. These committees
will select local committees at
once in every cotton producing community.
The cotton loan committee
also announced tonight that a meeting
of tfc-e chairmen of the tSate committees
would be held here December
16 to discuss details of the lo?.n plan.
The committee for Florida was not
given in tonight's statement and it
was said a committee may later be
named for Missouri.
(Although the plans for putting the
fund into the hands of cotton producers
have gone steadily forward, it
nrn a + t/vn!ol'-+ tVtaf T\/>CQlHlv U
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large part of the $100,000,000 contributed
by Northern banks might never
be used. Officials here realize-that some
Southern producers are not particularly
enthusiastic over the plan in view
of the interest to be paid on loans, and
of the prices new quoted on cotton on
the New York and Liverpool exchange.
At the same time it was said
the plan is regarded as successful
whether a dollar is borrowed under it
or not. The very fact that tb.e cotton
exchanges have reopened and that
cotton is selling for fairly good prices,
officials declared, was due to s<>me extent
at l?3ast to the completion ot tiie
The State loan committee are
composed of bankers and ti.-e following
were among those announced to*
Alabama?-J. H. Barr, chairman
Birmingham; A. M. Baldwin, Montgomery;
N. P. Ranfro, Opelika; 3eo.
A. Searchy, Tuscaloosa^ H. I. McEldery,
Talladega; B. TC;^* SlelTin,^ Sela.
Georgia??k. w Maaaox, cnairman;
Franfc Hawkins and W. S. Withman,
Atlanta; E, W. Stetson, Macon; W.
F. MoCauley, Savannah; D. C. Ashley,
Valdosta; John H. Reynolds, Rome.
South Carolina?R. G. Rhett, chairman;
Henry Schachte and E. H.
Pringle, Jr., Charleston; E. W. Robertson,
Columbia; C. G. Rowland,
Sumter; Join M. Kinard, Newberry.
Whenever You Need a General Tonic
lake U rove's
The Old Suandara Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tome because it contains the
well known tonic properties of QUININE
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
am* Malaria Pnri^Tioc tlif "Rlnnrl anr?
v/u w i* - ? * * * * ?MV I
Builds up the Whole Sysfc^~i. 50 cents* j
A KIDNEY REMEDY ADVERTISEMENT
I take pleasure in stating that I
have used Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
that I was greatly benefited by the
same and have used it in my family.
T a son when nnite vnnnsr he suf
fered from bladder or kidney affliction.
I called in my physician, "he attended
him but did him no good. 'Almost by
accident I noticed an advertisement
about the curative properties of Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root. I procured a
bottle and gave it to him according to
directions. It cured him of what we
thought was almost impossible and
the same with others of my family. I
have such strong :aith in Swamp-Root
that I have never done without it in
my family since the wonderful cure of
my son as well as myself. I recommend
it to all who suffer from kidney
or bladder troubles and T am led to
believe that it is one of the best medicines
for the purpose for v/hich it is
used, that 'has ever been discovered.
This is my experience from the use
of Swamp-Root. Wishing the promoters
of this wonderful medicine a large
sale to the suffering public, I am,
W. H. McAlfee,
63 Broyles St. Atlanta, Ga.
E. 0. Williams, Notary Public.
l etter to
Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
BiDghjjnton, 5. Y.
Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghamton, N. for a sample size
brittle. It will convince anyone. Yob
will also receive a booklet of valuable
information, telling about the kidneys
and bladder. When writing, be sure
and mention. Nevfoerriy Semi Weekly
'B&kVt aaJ3 'wmr Ke&nar Urty-rantH
%?d oiMwcteHttr -*fse 'bottler for 'sale at
ItEPORT OF (OI NTY SITEKVISOK
954?H. \V. Bowles, read and bridge .
955? >H. H. Ruff, road and bridge .. .
986?George Richardson, chaingang (cc
987?'W. E. Kcon, road and bridge ...
988?.Ino. (\ Cessans, salary .
| 989? jrrank Pitts, road and bridge ...
990?E. S. Werts, office expense ... .
j 991?i\Y. F. C'.ai pell, road and bridge
I 992?W. E. Koon. road and bridge ...
9?f"C?Town of Chap-pells, road and brie
994?lino. C. Gcggans, salary
99.";?c. G. Dlease, salary
99G?E. S. Weits, salary
997?.1 no. L. Epps, salary
995? F. M. Lindsay, salary
999? Geo. D. Erown, salary
1000?J. H. O appell, salary
1001?.1. W. E'pting, salary
1002?W. IS. Melton, salary
1003?W. M. Dorroh, salary
1004? H. C. Holloway, salary
loo's?1L. C. Livingstone, salary
1C06?J. H. Turner, salary
1007?(D. J. Taylor, salary
1008?G. S. Long, road and bridge ... ,
100!)?(R. E. Livingstone, road and bridi
1010?JElliott Gallman, road and bridg<
1011?-F. A. Grahaan, read and bridge .
1012?W. D. Rutherford, road and bridj
1013?T. L. B. Elpps, county home ... .
1014?(J. W. Long, road and bridge ..
1015?T. H. Teague, chaingang (commu
TOlfi?Ti. T Adairs. road and bridge
1017?T. H. Chappell, county home ...
1918?(J. M. Chappell, road and bridge ..
1019?T. H. Chappell, d'.aingang (comi
1020? IE. Lee Hayes, road and bridge .
1)21?J. D. Wicker, coroners contable
1022?J. J. Senn, constable salary ... .
1023?J. C. Sample, mgistrate salary ar
1024?iPurcell and Sfcott, county home .
1025?CDr. P. E. Way, county home ...
1026?INewberry Hardware Co., county
1027?'Otto Klettner, county heme ... .
1028?W. E. DeH.ines, ferry
1029?John Cousins, road and bridge .
1030?<H. L. Parr, road and bridge ... .
1031?C. C. Davis, road and bridge ..
1032?Geo. C. Glasgow, road and bridg
1033?T. J. Darenport, road and bridge
1034?Tiie Setzler Co., road and bridge
?E. U Strauss, road and bridge .
1036?R. A. Cromer, road aad bridge .
1037?lNer*-berrj ~T&rd"ware Co., road a
10SS?<Purcell and Scott, road and bridj
1039?JH. H. Ruff, road and Iwidge ...
1040? IJfcltfpa Mercantile Co., road a nd
1041?J.- W. Matth-efwa, road and bridge
>1Aif) T W "U an A V>riH f
ji-vr^v vi if ?.?yuw4 ???-% *? ** c
1043?^-J. E. 'Stoealy, road an<rbrid6'3 ..
1044??. H. Aull Co., printing, etc. ...
1045?W. S. M'ann, publro buildings ..
1 946?!Newberry Hardware Co., public b
1047?tMayes Book Store, office supplie
1048?Summer Bros. Co., public buildin
1049?Otto Klettner, public buildings .
1050?Jno. L. Epps, county treasurer,
1051?C. G. 'Bl ease, sheriff, public buil
1052?West-Martin Co., public offices .
1053?;H. W. Schumpert, superintecden
1054?!E. iS. 'Werts, county auditor, offic
1055?|Drs. Mower and Pelham, county
1056?(Jno. L. Epps, county treasurer, c(
1057?JC. G. Blease, dieting
1058?jC. G. B.ease, expense
1059?iDr. W. A. Dunn, lunacy
1060?IDr R. Fi Jeter, lunacv
1061? . C. Schum'pert, lunacy
1062?Dr. Van Smith, lunacy
3 0(#?Dr. F. ID. Mcrwer, lunacy
1064?J. A. Burton, agent, insurance .
1065?F. M. Lindsay, contingent
1066?JDr. Thos. H. Pope, contingent
1067??wart-Perry Co., contingent ...
: 1068?Dr. J. I. Bedenbaugh, contingent
1069?iJno. L. Epps, county treasurer,
I 1070?J. O. Havird, chairman, continge
1071?P. F. Baxter, contingent
1072?Andrew Pratt, contingent
1073?Dr. Geo Y. Hunter, contingent .
1074?Hoi Iowa y Bros., chaingang- (com
1075?Newbeny Hardware Co., chainga
1076?Dr. J. I. Bedenibaugh, chaingang
1077?Purcell and Scott, chaingang (coi
1C78?Otto Kkttner, chaingang (commu
1079?IT. E. Stone, chaingang (comtmut
1C80?Prosperity Drug Co., chaingang 1
10S1?Ewart-Ferry Co., chaingang (c<
1C&2?G. V. Boozer, chaingang (coram u1
?j. 'm. swindler, o. aingang vvuiluj
1084?J. W. Henderson, chaingang (con
1#S5?(Dr. P. E. Way, chaingang (coma
1086?DE. L. Strauss, note (ordinary)
H. C. Holloway,
STATEMENT SHOWING EXACT FIX A
TIOXS FOR THE YEAR 1914, AS IT A
1.?Salaries county officers
2.?Salaries magistrates, constables, <
3.?County home, pensioners, paupers
4.?Roads, bridges, iierries
6.?tRepairs public buildings
7.?-Books, stationery, printing, etc. ...
8 ?ifnviHno'ent Mtt>ense and suDDlies f<
lie buildings and county officers
II.?'County board of education
112.?'Board off assessors, etc
1"3.?Sheriff, dieting and incidentals ...
14.?fPost mortems and lunacy"3
16.?Interest on loans
17.-<!Dntingent and miscellaneous ...
H. C. Hollaway,
E. S. Werts, _ m , .
FOR no NTH ENDING NOVEMBER.
mi mutation tax) 0.34
: 4.00 |
ige .".00 I
tation tax) 40.00
nutation tax) 416.70
id expense 62.30
nd bridge 202.40
s ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 7.8d
office supplies 52
t, pulblic buildings 36.44
e expenses 9.20
... i 66.70
coroners pay bills z.zv I
mutation tax) 45.9?
jig (commutation tax) 48.55
(commutation tax) 17.50
nimutation tax) 51.80
tation tax) 137.45
at^pn tax) 1.50
(commutation tax) 7.65
mrniutation tax) 5.50
tation tax) 18.70
nutation tax) 30
^nutation tax) 36.00
vmi + i/-vr? "J ^ 40
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J. C. Sample,
NCIAL CONDITION OF APPROPRIATE
VRS AT THE END OF NOVEMB.
Appropriations Allowed Balance
$ 8,665.00 $7,736.^2 $ 928.08
etc ... 2,500.00 2,036.76 463.24
3,000.00 2,701.00 299.00
10,000.00 4,862.23 5 137.77
600.00 599,56 .44
900.00 389.75 510.25
2,000.00 1,650.32 31168
200.00 160.51 39.49
3,000.00 1,955.35 1,044.65
800.60 655.10 144.99
1,800.00 1,515.17 284.83
400.00 275.36 124.64
l,7l5f.OO 1,497.42 252.58
5,693.00 4,847.19 842.81
J. C. Sample,
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absolutely pure <
bash's candy stan
all 10 and 20c ca
ous adulterations <
tant quality but e\
of the highest gr
with the greatest i
rich cream and fr
is wholsome food;
high grade candy.
occ my wiuuun
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BETTER GOODS F(
en ailing stock so that farm
. Bell Telephone Servic
to get the veterinary quid
It also keeps you in t
If there is no telepho
day for our Free Booklet.
Jk 1.WWJ. VVJVJ Farmers'
SOUTHERN SELL T
BOX 163, co;
.NOTICE OF AXXUAL MKETIXG.
Notice is hereby given that toe annual
meeting of the county board of
commissioners for iNewiberry county
will be held on Thursday,
Ja*uary 7th, 1915. 'All persons
holding demands of any kind against1
the county are required by law to file
the same with the clerk, properly
itemized and attested, on or oerore
January 1, 1915.
Jas. C. Sample,
H. C. Holloway, '
H#w To Give QuIhIm To CUMtm.
FSBKILINB the trade-mark Mne gtves to as
improved Quiniae. It is a Tasteless Syrup, pleasant
to take and does not disturb the stomach*
Children take K and never know it Is Quinine.
Also especially adapted to adults who eannot
take ordinary Quinine, uoes soi ubkik em
cause nenrousne# nor ringing in the head. Try
ff Tfcff.nacfctimc you need Quinine for any t?*r- I
pos?r. Ask (or Z:oonce original package. _ je J
suae PEBRIUNE ia blown; in bottle. 25 c* .fe j
onfection that is '
md clean Aiverds
at the top of j
nHim Nn ininri- h
ftftlftftVVV * 1 W ?? 14
:heapen its exul- j
rery ingredient is j
ade and sdected |
??. Pure .ugar,
esh fruit flavors. [
as well as a pure, j
OR SAME MONEY I
Thousand Things I
y horse is sick.
mpt attention must be giv<
. work may not be delayed.
e on the farm enables you
ouch with the markets and
ne on your larm write to- 1
LUMBIA, S. C.
I VftTTfE ftp FIXAT, SETTLEMENT.
i.1 V JU V * -
Notice is hereby *iven that the uidersigned
will make iinal settlement
of the estate of Mrs. Elizabeth Prances
Blease, deceased, in the probate court
lor Newberry county, State of South
Carolina, on Tuesday, December 22nd,
1914, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, and
will immediately thereafter apply to
the judge of probate of Newberry
county for a final discharge. All
persons indebted to the said estate
will make immediate settlement with
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eraser or tne unaersiguea, aaa ?u persons
holding claims against the said
f estate will present the same duly attested.
Bertha Blease Eison,
Cannon G. Blease,
* va i,; - lugene-S. Blease,
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