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Fin Honor of Da>is.
p n.'.e I/rar. ton Rutherford chapter
^nc Calvin Crozier chapter. Daughters
of- the Confederacy, will meet with Mrs.
T. 'Wl Keitt Friday afternoon, June
18, a^o o'clock. The commander of
the Ji^o. D. Nance camp and a dele
gation Sf ten; the commander of the
. Juo. M. Kinard camp and a delegation
& of ten are invited to be present. Tins
being the birthmonth of Pres. Jeffers-cn
Davis, the exercises will be held in
V iis honor, and t)~e address will be
given by 'S. J. Derrick of Newberry
Crosses of honor will be bestowed
PV on eVteran J. W. (iiinam, ana l/ecendants
J. B. Ducket* and Miss Alice
P Messrs. Wrigiht and Davis of the >~ewI
berry Cotton Mills.
I Mrs. Ethel Thomas, in Mill News.
There are none better. They are
so far-famed they need no introduction
Mr 7a rh Wrisht. ths bi.s;-heart
?. d president proclaims ve: bally and
by example that he considers ;':is people
worthy of his personal friendship,
and the social equals of the best. He
has demanded that his people be
recognized and respected; tiis man
of wealth and influence has made it
plain that to sneer at one of his
operatives is the same as sneering at
ii?im, and he resents it as quickly. In
short, his loyal persistency has force[
ed the "blind to see and realize the
fact that mill work is not degrading.
k And during these years, Mr. wrignt
tas put forth every effort toward improving
conditions of the people' and
their surroundings and has been ably
assisted by J. Mi Davis, Ibis weHR
known and greatly respected superinW
* tehdeht. >A2most every one knows
F that Mr. Davis commenced his work
f : ere'when a small -bare-footed lad,
' riding a broom-handle. Merit, placed
him at the top.
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. " Some one has said that through all
i her life time, she only does one un|
kind thing, and tJ-at is when she dies
| and leaves us. Man's work is. from
iSun to sun, but woman's work is
I never done, for when anything is
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I JOSt, it's MOD-er; wnen a uuizvu
'. off it's Mother; when sickness comes,
it's mother; \u:en a heart is broken,
. \ it's Mother..
. Fiatient, loving, tired, as the days
I go on, giving her life for those near
and dear to her." Sacrificing life
^ itself with never, a murmur.* S:e
i. holds her little one closejo her great
heart; site watches him grow to man'
hoo-d; there comes the' breaking ol
(home ties, and she feels her great
boor' slipping from her arms to answer
the. call of business, may ap
the call of war. 'She tries hard ti:at
^ he shaU not see tre tears. He came
* from her ery soul; she lets him go,
J and so through the years she gives
r up, she makes ti at the world may
have, and- asks only love in return.
No lines were ever written which
paid just tribute to her. No boy
ever paid in love and cioughtfulnes?
the debt he owes her. and sooner 01
later he looks into that quiet face
wiri-di for the first time seems to
look past him into the eternal, a lily
on her breast, and a yearning comes
into his very soul, ana if he could only
I [have her back for a little while he
would let her know, how much she
meant to him.
Some one has beautifully pa;.it
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She is little and old and worn; her
form is stooped and bent. She
wears a plain black dress gathered
at the waist, and a white syuare
across her shoulders, pinned in front
with a large, old-fasnioned brooch.
Her white hair is parted exactly in
. ,the> center, smoothed back, rolled in
a small -knot,.- and fastened with a
tuck comb.. Her laands are gnarled
and twisted by many years of toll;
cares aad ?arrow have seamed and
&carr?a ner iace wiui xiiauj wiwAica.
Her voice is law and sweet and her
smile a benediction. Sometimes she
folds her hands on her, lap and ihas a
far-away iopk in her eyes; she is
thinking of: tier loved ones in heaven,
She Ibas stalwart sons and comely
daughters, whom she insists on calling
"her babies," and for whom she
daily and earnestly prays that they
may be kept from the world's evil.
Little children run to her to be petted
and comforted, clasp Iher knees
and look up into her face to share
iher smile. She is 051 er of God's
saints on earth "of whom tbe world
is not worthy." Do you recognize
the picture? She is the most beautiful
woman. She is mother.
Interesting Horse Trade.
Mr. Henry B. James of Yorkville,
fe&B Just returned from Bennettsville,
where be went for the purpose of
trading jais well-known iron-grey
mare to Hon. John L MoLaurin. Mr.
iMcLauris, who- is a passionate lover
of superior horseflesh, became cove
tous.of the mare during his recent
(visit to Yorkville the latter part of
April, and he and Mr. James began
a dicker that has resulted in a trade.
Mr. McLaurin gave up a fine horse
and ti ree mules for -Mr. james mare. t
Toe James horse, now owned by Mi I
McLaurin, is held by many good j
judges, to be one of the finest specimens
of superior horse-flesh in the
State. So far as is known, Mr.
James has never put a price on the
animal, but others have named figj
ures all the way up to $1,500. The
hast rash offer was $600. which was I
laugi:.ed at. Mr. McLaurin, who
keeps bis automobile ***r business
and horses tor pie&suic, says he
prizes the new horse very much
more highly than the handsome Hudson
touring car in whicft he made his i
recent trip to ""York county. |
Unfair to Bryan.
It is rather unfair to taunt Secretary
Bryan with having been ignored
by the president in writing the Lusitania
note to Germany. The president
wrote the note himself for the
same reason that Abraham Lincoln
wrote the emancipation proclamation,
and Mr. Cleveland wrote the Venezuelan
message, and President Har
rifion wrote the note to Chile demanding
an apology for the attack on
AmeHcan sailors in Valparaiso, and
President Roosevelt wrote a half dozen
papers of importance on a variety
of subjects. Neither Jonn Hay nor
Eli!':u Root guided Mr. Roosevelt in
his Panama canal zone policy. When
Mr. Cleveland hauled down the flag in
Hawaii, he justified the act himself,
and that was proper since he had to
bear the roasting the jingoes gave to
his administration. In the great acts
of ibis foreign 'policy, a president is
the one person- responsible to tfce
country and he is always privileges
and justified in maknng the act thoroughly
his own. All ^secretaries of
state understand it.
For Benefit of Band.
The Newberry Concert Band will
appear for the first time in their new
uniforms on Wednesday evening, June
16, at 9 o'clock. Come out and see
how our band looked in the Fireman's
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! tournament paraae ai ureenwoou.
The program will be made as in- j
teresting as possible.
Admission as usual 5 and 10c, which
will be applied as payment on uniforms.
The concert is in conjunction with
the motion pictures at the opera
Card of Thinks.
We take this method of thanking
the good people of t?e Mollo:":on mill
I village, .\ewDerry, s \j., ior meir
j kindness shown our aunt, Mrs. Jane
X. Long, during her sickness and
death. We shall a ways hold those
good people in high esteem for the
many kindnesses shown her and may
God's richest blessing rest on4 each
Henry J. Kinard.
Prosperity, S. C., June 14, 1915.
Woman's Club Officers.
The woman's club held its closing
meetings for the summer months on
Thursday afternoon with Mrs. J. 'M.
Kibler as hostess. Plans for the
lyear's work were discussed and the
following officers were elected: President,
Mrs. W. H. Wallace; first vice
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presiaeni, ivirs. jd. oeizier, set- j
ond vice president, Mrs. L. W. Floyd;
secretary, Miss Lucile Wilson; treasurer,
Miss Fannie McCaughrin; critics,
Mrs. W. H. Hunt and Miss Minnie
A meeting of the Winthrop Daughters
was held on Friday afternoon
with Mrs. P. D. Johnson on Boundary
I str^t when following nrosram
was carried out: Topic, current
events; roll Call, responses, current
events; paper, "Pan-American Financial
congress of May 24," Miss Sadie
Bowers; open discussion, led bv president,
as to work that may be undertaken
by the chapter. At the conclusion
of the program refreshments
The yo.ung men of the city gave an
enjoyable card dance on Wednesday
, evening at Mayes' hall in compliment
j to their young women friends and
, visitors for commencement. .Excel|
lent music was furnished by Wherry's
j orchestra and the grand march was
i led by Earle Hipp with Miss Margaret
| Burton. About 18 couples and a numj
her of stags participated in the pleasures
of the evening.
Dr. W. G. Houseal, in response to j
wire, left on yesterday afternoon for I
Salisbury, N. C., bis nephew, Joseph
Wterts, being very ill. Before returning
to Newberry Dr. Houseal will go
to Baltimore. (
Mrs. B. E. Leavell, wfno passed
through the operation finely at the
hands of Dr. Guerry on last Thursday,
continues to improve at the Columbia
Presentment of Grand Jury.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County o Newberry.
To His Honor Judge M. L. Smith,
We, *he grand jury, of Newberry
county, at the sitting of tJ-is term of
court desire to make the following
presentations of such matters as have
vccu urougnt before us.
First, we wish to express to the j
judge presiding our appreciation of |
his able charge to us and our full en- i
dodsement of the principles pointed !
We have passed on all bills present- j
ed to us and have returned same to
We wish to call the county super- '
visor's attention to the following: The j
steel bridge Over Saluda River in No.
9 township is in a unsafe condition
and we recommend same be repaired.
The flat at Henderson's ferry is very
unsafe and we recommend a new flat
be put in and ferry be put in good
We recommend that t?-e Bell Tele-!
phone Co. be notified to move phone
posts from the middle of the public
highway near Colony church and tihat
all phone post both public and private
be moved out of the roads wherever
they may be found in the public highway.
-Wle wish to commend the supervisor
fcr complying with our recommendations
in reference to* convicts
We recommend tnat our cierK ue
paid tne usual fee.
June 14th, 1915. Foreman.
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