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TO EXAMINE ISSITITTIONS
State Board of Charities to Make ExK
iLiiii&atioii 01 All Institutions
Jbpecia-. :o T:.e Herald and News:
Columbia. June 10.?An examinaiior.
of ail of :be institutions in South Carat/iv.
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advisory powers will be undertaken j
ly the State beard o: charities .aj^-d !
Corrections before the summer ends, j
3n order that the State may derive:
the greatest possible good from this:
examination of county jails, chain-;
gangs and poorhouses. as well as State,
tiiaiuduir a-iiu cui irv;uuuai 111- ;
stitutions, the State beard of chari- j
ties and corrections and its officers j
are making a careful comparison of
reports of boards of charities in other
States to see what data they Lave
douna mosi useful in mapp'rg out reforms
in tl'e management of institu-!
tions under their care. The SouthJ
Carolina board has already made a j
preliminary study of the penitentiary j
and the State Hospital for the Insane, j
The board is closely jn touch now i
with the board of regents of the I'.ospi 4
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Lea alia runy liuvriiiea 01 uie ciiaiigts ,
in management toe regents are put- j
ting into effect. The State board of |
P charities and corrections, after mak- j
I ing its Statewide survey of institutions
of a penal, charitable and correctional
character, expects to cooperate with
the officials in charge of all of them
, | in bringing about improvements in the
L conditions surrounding tl.e inmates of
I these places and in undertaking any
needed reforms in the system of maneging
ft For the board of regents of the State
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i agent of the board of charities and 1
f corrections will perform the important
service of investigating the finani
cial'' stattFs of - patients in" the- hospiL
tal. n Those patients who are found to
k be able to pay either ^rt or'the wjhole
r of the expense of their treatment at
r the State hospital will be required to
do so by tfre board of regents upon
the* receipts of a report to this effect
from the fiscal agent of the State
board of charities and corrections.
(tS. Albert S. Johnstone> secretary of
p the board of charities and corrections,
TPl'll vicit eenapiollir cnnncccfiil
I?? uvai uo
of charities in other States to get a
firsts:and view of their methods >f
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The State Convention of Colored BapAt
the convention of colored Bap;i
tiets, held last week in Newberry, at
the Bethlehem Baptist church, of
which the Rev. J. E. Kirkland is the
pastor, '.viore than 500 dele-gates were
enrolled. ? They were formally welcomed
by .iis honqf, Mayor- Z. F.
Wright' and also by other prominent!
0 ' citizens.
B The convention exists for the fur- j
.therance of Christian education, mis-;
sions?home and foreign?Sunday
BE school work and Temperance. In ad
dition to a number of secondary
schools, the convention as a Slate
B organization is primarily interested in
B the Benedict college at Columbia*and
B? the Morris college at Sumter. Benedict
college is supported wholly by
W Northern benevolence. Morris college
, Was fhlinrfpH flnrt ic wTinllv cimnArfod
Iby the negro Baptists tl.emselves.
They report that they raised, during
the past year, approximately $15,000,
for t>Ms their college while in this
last session, subscriptions to the
amoiint'of $5,000 were received.
The Rev. Wm. Howard of Darlington
and the Rev J. W. Easley of Greenville
were appointed as State missionaries
to work under this convention
and the home mission board of the
Southern Baptist convention.
The Rev. A. R. Robinson of Philadelphia,
the chairman of the foreign
mission board, of negro Baptists jof
k j America, was present and delivered
1/ an enthusiastic address in behalf of
w tfte cause represented. To the Rev.
Dr. R. W. Baylor of Columbia, the
B foreign mission work for the State of
n Carolina was assigned.
K The-officers elected at the sessions
were: Rev. J. J. Durham, LL. D,
Columbia, president; Rev. G. W. Ranm
ford, D. D., Aiken, vice president; Rev. j
K H. Watkins, Belton, secretary; Rev. j
A E. W. Bowen. SDartanburc. trpasnrpr
ITIbe sennons and addresses as a
whole furnished an ocular demonstra-1
tion of the wonderful advancement
these negro leaders have made in
education and Christian civilization.
Their. department in Newberry was
J. R. W.
CAPTUBE SLOOP OF LIQUOB
Charleston Officers 3fake Big Seizure
?Boat From Savannah.
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& Charleston, June 8.?"WSiat is a recY
ord seizure of contraband litjuor was
: made this evening when a rural policeman
and three Staie: constables
seized the power sloop Mary Mister,
^ supposed to have Come in from Sa<
A Comedy in 4 acts to be
Cast of C
Susan Tobitha Windchester, an old n
Charles Dickens Windchester, an im
Jushua Pratt, an old vankee
Frank Westfield, a cash
Sam Sly, a farmer
Jane Winchester, the inventor's wife..
Polly, a servant girl
Sallie, in our alley
Act 1?Several bandboxes, parasol, i
Act II?"Mother Goose's Melodies,
rouge, dust brush.
Act III?Umbrella for Jushua. banc
Act IV?Broom, bandboxes, parasc
several dishes, .five knives and five fc
biscuit, raw turnips, dispatch, pocketclothes
to iron, one pair long drawei
Music furnished by Misses Eloise H
Prices of admission
vannah, witn a cargo of liquor consigned
.to unknown persons.
The boat was intercepted near
Mount Pleasant and brought to the
custom Louse pier, where her illicit
contents were, unloaded and transferred
to the dispensary headquarters.
Two big furniture vants of liquor and
three wagonloads were hauled away.
While the value of the liquor seized
can not be accurately estimated tonight,
it is believed to pass $3,000
a figure larger by some $1,000 tTnan
the value of stuff so far taken by the
constables in the city. The contra
band consists mostly of whiskey and
For some time the constables iiave
been patrolling the waterfront in
hopes of intercepting some of the suspected
"blockade runners" and tonight
they succeeded beyond their expectations
when they captured t?e
With the gallon a month law in effect,
the tigers have been 'iard put
in getting stuff into the city, but considerable
is said to have entered by
the "blockade route."
The sloop's crew made no resistance
?? ricii mtr luiai yviiiv;c:iiaxi anu vunstables
took charge of the boat.
What disposition will be made of
the Mary Mister has not yet been decided,
but she is being held.
H e liquor was contained in demijohns,
kegs, cases and barrels.
0 RIME J? FROM GOVERNOR
RnVf Diro/ifiAn CLiron 4a wrrtnflc/ia^c
A'JLAVt ^J'WUVU V ' VII IV VVIIIlOV?tV 1
Sloop and Liquor,"
"Confiscate sloop and liquor."
This was the brief order given over
the telephone last night by Gov. Manning
to Sheriff J. Elmore Martin when
fte informed the chief executive that
a sloop loaded with several thousand
gallons of whiskey and beer fbad arrived
in Charleston harbor, presumably
from Savannah. The sheriff reported
that the boat contained many
thousand dollars worth of "high
Look Ont for Them.
From different parts of the country
come stories of a swindle successfully
worked on farmers who thought
they were going to get cheap groceries.
Two smooth strangers went
through the communities taking orders
for a house in Chicago, pretending
to sell a standard brand of sugar
and flour so cheap tfrat every farmer
visited took from $10 to $60 .worth,
and other things besides. Because of
the low prices the flour and sugar
had to be "paid in advance." It is alleged
that in one community the swindlers
picked up some $3,000?-and no
Death of Mrs. Dreher.
In the death of Mrs. Mary Jane
Hawkins Dreher, wife of J. W. Dreher
wftich occurred early Friday night tine
community loses one of its most estimable
and lovable women. Mrs.
Dreher has been in failing health for
several years; and her Christian fortitude
and patience during her illness
exhibited her unfailing faith. 'She was
a constant member of the Methodist
church, and numbered fher friends in,
i given in the auditorium,
t 8:30 o'clock
laid Ethel Seybt.
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' Ben Setzler.
N-cvice Rae Setzler
)urse, "Mother Goose's Melodies."
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I'VW-UCI UUA Wit,'.* ]JUU iU il, uva Ui
>1, bowl of potatoes and knife, tray with
irks, glass of spoons, knitting# hard
:fcook with coin, flat-iron, ironing board,
s to iron, a coin, a large pocket-book
:ipp, Novice Rae Setzler, and Ida Mae
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: 10 and 25 cents
this section of the State by the hundreds.
She was 67 years of age.
The funeral was held Saturday afternoon
in the presence of a large concourse
of mourning friends and relatives.
She is survived by two brothers,
L. H. and Geo. Hawkins, of Saluda
VJUUJLLLjr, I" U Sioiua, JlcauaiUCa JCJ. -TJLCL2)sey,
of Saluda and E. Salter of Chappells,
two -sons, Messrs C. R. and C.
E. Dreiser of this city and Mr. J. "W.
Drei'.-er, her husband.
The interment was in the Batesburg
cemetery, the services being conducted
by the Re C. E. Peele. The pall
bearers were Dr. E. C. Ridgell, J. TV.
Cooner, Sr., E. Jones, D. P. Bodie and
J. M. Malpass.'
ZVJiss Eloise Earhardt of Newberry,
Rnent. th-e wee"k_en/i herp with Mrs L.
C. Turner.?Clinton Gazette.
Mr. H. TV. Bowles passed through
Friday night on ftis woy to 'Silverstreet
to see his mother, wi.o is very
I will give a big barbecue at my residence
July 3 at 11 o'clock. Sell meat
J. M. Counts.
8648. Executors, and Administrators
to Make .Returns?When and to
Executors or administrators shall
annually, while any estate remains in
their care or custody, at any time before
the ^rst day of July of each
year, rende-r to the Judge of Probate
or tne -county irom wnom tney odtained
letters testamentory or letters
of administration a just and true account,
upon oath, of the receipts and
expenditures of such estate, the preceeding
calendar year, of when examined
and approved, *hall be deposited
with tihe inventory and appraisement,
or other papers belonging to such estate,
in the office of such Judge of
Probate, there to be kept for the inspection
of such person or persons as
may be interested in such estate.
If any executor or administrator
should neglect to reader such annual
accounts he snail not be entitiM to
any commissions for his trouble in the
management of tl:e said estate, and
shall moreover be liable to be sued for
damages by any person or persons interested
in such estate.
3765. All guardians of estate appointed
by the Judge of Probate shall
render to him an annual account of
their actings and doings, as executors
or administrators are required by law
to do, and upon making default shall
forfeit their commissions.
C. C. Schumpert,
Judge of Probate for Newberry Co.
May 24tb, 1915.
I -will give^ a first-class barbecue
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town, S. C.) on Wednesday, June 23,
1915. Will have speaking by Mr. E.
H. Anil and other noted speakers.
Special attention to ladies and children.
Don't forget the place and date.
L. Clarence Pitts.
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story of this strong photo
lines of the original Broad
produced by the Lieblers.
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Sills and a i
A LIEBLER FEA
Presented by the Woi
Prices 5 ant
Don't Fail to See Dr.
On June 18 and 19, t
will send their eye specials
store and if your glasses n?
are troubling you it will 1
Dr. Whittemore. We do n
him to the public and our j
of all of his work.
P. C. JEANS & CO. J
APPLICATION FOR APPOINTMENT
OF PUBLIC GUARDIAN".,
Notice is hereby given that the unJ
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uersigiitju, a. uivjuuci ui mc miuuio
herein named, will make application
to xlis Honor, Circuit Judge Frank B.
Gary, presiding in the Eighth Judicial
Circuit, at chambers, in Abbeville, S.
C., on June 12th, 1915, at 11 o'clock
a. m., for the appointment of the Judge
of Probate for Newberry County as
Guardion of Beeler Farmer, Mollie
Farmer, Viola Farmer, Oie Farmer,
Fletcher Farmer, Thornton Farmer,
i Onie Farmer and Ida Belle Farmer,
| minors, who have an estate of about
ninety dollars each, consisting of cash
money, no fit, competent and responsi
f ble person ibaving been found who is
willing to assume said guardianship.
Newberry, S. C., May 24, 1915.
(COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON
South Carolina's Oldest College.
131st Tear Begins October 1.
Entrance examinations at all the
county seats on * riaay, July z,ai v a, ni.
Fnll four-year courses lead to the
B. A. and B. S. degrees. A two-year
pre.medieal course is giYen.
A free tuition scholarship is assigned
to each county of the State.
Spacious buildings and athletic
grounds, well equipped laboratories, .
unexcelled library facilities.
Expenses moderate. For terms and !
Whenever You Need a General Tool;
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless j
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic properties of QUININE j
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives i
oat Malaria, Enriches the Blood and a
Builds up the Whole System. SO cents. t
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lTURE in 5 acts
rid Film Corporation
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Whiffpmnrp c : ?.k I
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he 0. L. Walter Company
>t, Dr. Whittemore to our
:ed changing or your eyes
De to your interest to see
ot hesitate to recommend
>ersonal guarantee is back
lewelers and Optometrists
SCHOLARSHIP and ENTRANCE
The examination for the award of
vacant scholarships in Winthrop college
and for Che admission of new
students will be held at the county
court house on Friday, July 2, at 9
a. m. Applicants must not be less
than sixteen years of age. When
scholarships are vacant after July 2
they will be awarded to those making:
the highest average at tfbis examination,
provided they meet the conditions
governing the award. Applicants
for scholarships should write to
President Johnson before the examination
for scholarship examination
Scholarships are worth 5100 and
free tuition. The next session will
open September 15, 1915. For further
information and catalogue, address
Pres. D. B. Johnson, Rock Hill, S. C.
Barbecue at Mi. Pleasant
A barbecue will be served at Mt
Pleasant church on July 17 for th?
fceneft of the Methodist parsonage at
(Pomaria. Every one is invited to come
and get a good dinner and fbelp a good
cause. G. H. Cromer,
Chairman of Committee.
The School Improvement association
of Pomaria will give a barbecue in
We grove at Fomaria on July 3, for one
benefit of the school.
Mrs. Jno. C. Aull, Pres.
Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly
The Old Standard general strengthening tonic,
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drives out
Malaria.enriches the blood .and builds up the system.
A true tonic. For adults and children. 50c
QnhciorihA 'Pho TTAM.1/1 srul NPWS.
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