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FEDERATION YOUNG PEOPLE
Program For Convention to He Held
in Newberry Latter Part
| This Week.
IThe fifth annual convention of the
Federation of Young Peoples' Societies
of the South Carolina Synod of the
Lutheran church, Newberry, October
Friday, S p. m.:
Address of Welcome?Mr. C. P
Response?Miss Elizabeth Volet.
Greetings, S. C. Synod?The Rev. P.
Women's Convention?Mrs. M. 0. J.
V Foreign Mission Board?The Rev. K.,
C Holland. D. D.
F^rre Mission Board?Rev. H. A. McK
Reception by the local societies.
Bp. ~ w.,T ->ov 'o a j7]
R Devotional services.
Enrollment of officer? and delegates.
Ar>nortionment of ccmmitTes? a"'" :
Executive committee's report.
T-ito^srv 5Pf>rM3Tv'c rpr>r\rt
I* Extension committee's report.
P ? ir i S committee's r^nort. i
^"nanc^al committee's report.
Saturday. 3 p. m.:
Relief and suggestion conference?C.
Nominating committee's report.
Election of officers.
Reports of committee's on presi
1<ienrs report. laouiaiiou 01 repuns,
auditing treasurer's books and resolutions.
Saturday, S p. m.:
Address by the Rev. J. C. Seegers,
Sunday 10:45 a. in.:
Quiet Hour?Miss Rosalyn Summer.
i Address by the Rev. W. H. Greever,
Sunday, 7:15 p. m.r
Inauguration of the president-elect.
* Vesper seri-vces.
I "My Obligations to the Kingdom."
leader J. B. Ballentine.
l..Mv Obligation to Christ as the
Head. W. A. Reiser.
2. ?V.v Obligation to My Church, Miss
3. Mv ObHsration to the Federation,
R. L Ballentine.
4. My Obligation to My Society," Miss
Emma Lou Schirmer.
The publi-c is invited to all of th?
What promises to be one of the most
beautiful weddings of the early fall
I season will be that of Miss Laura Cromer
to Dr. Theodore Stark Hemmingway
of Kingstree. S. which will
take place tomorrow afternoon at 6
o'clock at .Christ church.
1 * Miss Ethel Cromer, sister of the
^ bride, will be maid of hcnor, whiie Mrs.
*~"Jno. Milne of Cleveland. Tenn., will be
maid of honor. The bride-maids will
be Miss Vary Gwyn of Spartanburg
and Miss Marv Wicker of Newberry
Little Misses Louise and Mildred Cromer,
nieces are the bride, will act of
flower girl and ring bearer.
I The groom will have as his best
man, Dr. J. H. ^!athia<s of Lexington,
S. C. Messrs. IW. E. Scott and J. D.
O'Bryan of Kingstree will act as
groomsmen, while Messrs. F. E. Gibson
| of Sumter and Roy Summer of Xewrf
berry will be the ushers.
Miss Cromer will be given in marriage
by her father, Mr. T. H. Cromer.
Mrs. Ligon will preside at the organ
and the church choir will sing the
marriage hymn and the bridal chorus.
Rev. Alexander R. Mitchell will per\
I form the ceremony using tne Deauuiui;
double ring service. -
' Of especial interest is the fact that
Miss .Cromer will be married on her
parents' thirty-fifth wedding anniver-1
. eary. She will wear as her only orna-'
R ment, a handsome old hair brooch, an
' heirloom of five generations, which
contains a lock of hair from each of j
? Although Miss Cromer has lived in
Greenville very little, having spent'
most of her time away teaching school,
she has won many friends here by her !
sweet and charming personality, who |
regret ?very much that her marriage !
will take her out of Greenville to live. !
Among those here for the Cromer- '
Hemmingway wedding are Mrs. .T. H.
: Summer of Newberry, an aunt of the
hri^?>_tn_ho with hpr two riansrhtprs !
I Misses Lila and Verna Summer; Miss
Lora Wicker, Miss Mary Wicker and
-&\ Roy Summer, also of Sewberry.?
Greenville Piedmont. 6th.
To Drive Out Malaria
And Build Up The System
Take the Oid Standard GROVE'S
m 1 AbliiLEoo chill TUML. \ou know
V What you are taking, as the formula is
printed on every label, showing it is
Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form.
J The Quinine drives ?>ut malaiia, tv-e
B Iroi Guilds up the system. 50 cents j
The Laurens Fair. j
Special,to The Herald and News. ...
Laurens, Oct. 4.?Preparations are
nearing completion lor the fifth annua1.
Laurens County t'air whicn i= to ue
held here Friday, Octooer 15 The j
executive committee \va busy Friday
rounding cut the premium list, which
will have a wider scope this year than
ver before. Particular attention is
being paid to the high grade cattle
..ind ileId crop department, as the fair
directors wish to give their encoui>
agement and endorsement to these
phases of farm life. A herd of red
pole cattle is among the exhibits as-,
~ 3 * ? "U C 1 % .r\ aw J rtv/^n rr nffrvr't ic i
SUIfU III 11115 line CU1U 3UU115 tiiuu 10
being put forth to have numerous
herds of other breeds here. As is |
already well known, the side shows,
shooting galleries and so on have no;
place in the Laurens County fair, as
it is intended to be of educational,1
:ai:ier than .imusement value, a place
where the people of this section may
gather to study agricultural problems
and to exchange ideas on the every
day affairs of life. It is not to be
understood, however, that the fair day
is to be devoted entirely to work, for
the pleasures of intermingling with old
friends and making new one makes the
day one of real enjoyment. The fair
is being widely advertised and the in-'
dicaiions are that a iiuge crow will
be here, not only from Laurens county, '
but from borering counties. Xo admission
fees are charged for entries
or for admittance to the ground. The
'air is supported by the people of Lau
rens and vicinity and they welcome an
who may desire to come. The premium
list is now ready and the committee
will be glad to furnish same to any
one desiring to make entry.
jjjj pop Bejj'fef * jij
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laking |"ha[" 15
j[j a jimpl? plea5U|'? ??
"?' *n \h@ preparcl"lon K
1*1 arjd a palaj"all? JjJ
Ji ?njo^menl" irj ?aj"
Iing, uj? |"h|a| qood bJi
F^Ing 5u^ jj;
Jhaf lS Self 0
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powdep $al ? gj
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"amou$ F^eJ ^ ill, JjjJ
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llSiS Rising Sun !|I
Others mug guar* ?
= antce their flours, ? *
^^57^^=? but RISING SUN '
^?S2Scl,?^S/*? guarantees results'
iJUSBV!UC,4pi*?S g Jj
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- Ground Insert Lens, $L50 to
Best Ground Rimless Lens, $2.00 to
Kriptop $8.00 and up per ?air.
Gold Filled Frames and Xose Mount-1
ings. S2.50 pair.
Solid Gold Frames and Xose Pieces,
Eyes .tested and glasses flitted.
Broken lens and prescriptions dupli- '
cated. All work guaranteed.
P. C. JEWS & C O.,
'Jewelers and Optometrists.
DR. F. C. MARTIN
Examines Eyes, Fits Glasses
i & it ~
ana Hruiivicii L.yco
If }*onr eyes are giving you trouble;
don't fail to consult him.
Office over Anderson's Dry Good
Cajit. W. S. Landlord t> Wed. 1
The following from the Wichita c
Daily Times of October 3 will be read
with interest by the many friends of s
Capt. W. S. Langford in Newberry. c
Capt. Langford will leave Newberry c
on October 20 for Wichita Falls, Texas, a
where the wedding is to take p'.ace. a
Alter the marriage Capt. Langford and t
his bride will journey to New Orleans 3
and then on North to Richmond and a
New York before returning to New- t
Capt. I.angford's numerous friends *
v" ---* ?- 1 ' V, v
m .\ewoerrv wui wj u n ?m imjiu,.
in tPre new relations which he is about
to assume and will give a hearty and
glad welcome to his Texas bride.
The meeting of the Unity club Fri- c
day afternoon, the first of the new club -c
year, was the occasion of an interest- c
ing announcement, that of the engage- f
ment of one of the club members and t
her approaching marriage this month r
The meeting was held at the home of i
Mrs. J. A. Kemp, who announced the j
engagement of her daughter. Mary \
Jewell, to 'Mr. William Smith Lang- f
ford. The usual routine of the club *
meeting was gone through with, the (
first meeting having many interesting \
features. * * * \
With the conclusion of the program
came the invitation for adjournment
to the dining room and here the first
hint of anything out of the ordinary 1
was given. The table was charming in
a pink and white decorative scheme i
with the club flowers, carnations, fea- j
tured. An immense carnation was in !
the center of the table and from this
bower pink ribbons w>re extended to
each cover, the ends being confined by :
the individual favors, pink and white
carnations. When gently pulled the
ribbons revealed a card hidden in the
large central flower, which gave forth
this announcement. "Time, October
twenty-seventh, eight-thirty p. m.
Place, 90fi Grant: People, Marv Jewell
Kemp, William Smith Langford." ,'
Congratulations followed in natural
order, and, while the announcement,
which the bride-elect chose to have
made first to the club members
brought pleasure to those most intimately
interested in her happiness, it
was also with more than a passing regret
that the news was received that
after the wedding Miss Kemp would
make her home in S'cuth Carolina. '
An announcement of unusual interest
and social importance was made
Saturday afternoon at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Kemp, Miss Bertha Mae
K"om r> anri Mrs Newton Maer enter
taining to announce the approaching
marriage of their si?ter, iMiss Jewell
Kemp to Mr. William Smith Langford
of Newberry, South Carolina. The aft"r::oG:i
pre vie us llie a::ncuncc:nciit
>vad been made at the Unitr club with
the request that the da'? be ke::t until
after the Saturday par.y. CP.rds had
been issued for bridge and forty-two
tnd the tables were arranged in the
musi? room and rejection hall. An
exceedingly attractive autumnal set
ting was achieved in ifcese room by
the lavish use of golden rod, asters
and dahlias "n go'dr-n and csep yellow
tones. Thev golden rod furnished
the color motif employed rn the score
r ird> an^ ot^er artcessc~i?s o? the
game and also in the effectively arranged
announcement. Tha final gaipe
ever, the refreshment course was
'f^rv^ at t ~e card tables. A srolden
shaded candlestick was placed in the
center u! each table and from the shade *
small white cards tied in yellow were
banging, one for each g-est 7h*
questions asked thereon were: "Time?
Place? People?" The ars^0"
frund by holding the cards in the cand.e
flame, the following inscription !
having been written in invisible ink:
"October twenty-seventh, seven-thirty,
906 Grant. Jewell Kamp and William
Smith Langford." While the cards
were being read the Mendelssohn
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iv\eaamg iviarcii was piaveu un uie vittrola.
The ice course repeated the yellow
and white color note and yellow
xlahlias were individual favors.
The prominence of the families of
both the contracting parties makes
this announcement one of much inter- ,
est and the wedding will be one of the.
social events of this season. The bride
- 1 A - -3 ATv. 1
eieci lb uie bfl'UHU uaugiiici UI .*11. auu =
Mrs. J. A. Kemp, a young lady of many
attainments and social graces. ' Mr. '
Langfcrd, a nephew of P. P. Langford, i
prominent banker of this city, is of a
nrominent South Carolina family.
Cures old Sores, Other Remedies Won't jira.!
The worst cases, no matter of how long standing, !
are ei'red by the wonderful, old reliable Dr. <
former's Antiseptic Healing: O'.!. It relieves
.v.i ht ii)" :itnf 2"^ "fv. ' i '!
COURT OF PROBATE.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,!
Co'intv of Xewb?"T\*.
The Xewberry Sa'vin<rs Rank. Plaintiff,
Su?an Drue-ill.! Glymnh. Robert
Giymrh, and others. Defendants.
Pursuant to an order of the Probate J
Court in the above stated case, T will
sell at public auction at the court j
house in the town of Xewberrv. said I
county and State, on salesdav (the first j
Monday) of November, 1915, to the '
richest bidder therefor, the following
iescribed tract of land:
All that tract or plantation of land..
ituate, lying and being in the county
?f Newberry, State of South Carolina, |
ontaining one Hundred and fifty-nine j
nrp? mnrp nr Ipss formerly known
.s the Frank E. May bin r!ace, and!
founded by lands of or formerly ofj
Irs. Maybin, Will Whitney,
nd lands of Sam P. Crotwell; being
he same plantation of land conveyed
o George W. Giymph by die --aid Sam
Terms of Sale: One-third of the
lurchase monev in cash and the balnc-e
on a credit of one year, with intrest
on the credit portion from the
lay of sale at the rate of eight per
ent per annum, to be secured by trie
iond of the purchaser and a mortgage
>f the premises sold, with leave to the
mrchaser to anticipate the credit porion
in whole or in part, the bond and
nortgage to contain the usual stipuation
for the payment of 10 per cent
ittorney's fees in case the debt is colected
by an attorney or by suit or by
'oreclosure, purchaser to pay for,
>tamps and all papers, including residing
fees, possession to given on
:he thirty-first day of December, 1915.
, C. C. SCHUMPERT,
Judge of Probate i
For Newberry County.
??r? ^^ 0Tj * rr'" roT'^T
?TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Newberry.
Carrie Hartman and W. A. Hartman,
as Executrix and Executor, Respective
nf the Personal Estate of J.
W. Hartman, Deceased, and in Their
Own Right, Plaintiffs.
Enos S. Hartman, J. Berry Hartman,
Joe B. Hartman and Alma E. Warner,
By order of this court herein, I will
sell to the highest bidder, before the
court house at Newberry, S. C., within
the legal hours of sale, on salesday in
All that tract, piece or parcel of
land, lying, being and situate in New
oerry i'jouniy, siaie aioresaiu, cuuiaiuing
eighteen (18) acres, more or less,
bounded by lands now, or formerly, of
J. C. Cook, J. M. Werts, George Cook,
Mary Ann Long and others, the same
being the identical lot of land conveyed
to J. W. Hartman by deed of Wm. M.
Werts, et al? 1879.
Also all that tract of land in Newberry
County. State of South Carolina,
containing sixty and three-fourth;
(60 3-4) acres, more or less, and
bounded now, or formerly, by lands of
George Cock, Jesse Dominick and J.
M. Wertz. the same being the identical
lot of land conveyed to J. W. Hartman
by deed of J. " V. Hartman, as trustee,
et al., dated 1891.
Also all that piece ana parcel of
lying a::d Lelng situate in the
county and State aforesaid, conta'n
ing fcur (4) acres, more or less, aid
bounded now, or formerly, by estate
of Jt.se Dcmlnick, T. L. Wheeler. estate
of J. W. Hartman and other lar Is
Geo. A. Cok. the carre t^ing fie
identical tract of land canveyed to
J W. H-.r'mn \y deed of George^A. B.
Cook, dated the 12th day of June, 1807.
T':-* above named three tracts shall
be sold together as one tract
7e:ms of S'ale: All the purchase
price to be paid in cash, and the purchaser
to pay for the necessary papers
and revenue stamps. -A'z an evidence
of^good faith, the purchaser shall deposit
with the Probate Judge, immediately
upon the premises being sold to
hkn, one hundred dollar:;, and > tlie
event of said purchaser failing to do so,
the Probate Judge shall without further
notice resell said lands at the risk of
the defaulting purchaser, either on the
same salesday or on some subsequent
calerdav, and if the purchaser fail to
comply in full with the terms of the
sale by the 12th of November, 1915, the
said one hundred dollars shall be forfeited
and the said lands resold as
hereafter directed by this Court, upon
the same terms provided in the Order
of this Court herein.
?. C. SHTJIMFERT,
(Seal.) Probate Judge
Dated October 4, 1915.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OF
The creditors of the said J. iW. Hartman,
deceased, are required by an order
in the above entitled action, passed
by me on the 4th day of October, 1915,
to render in and establish their claims
and demands before this court on or
before the fifth day of November, 1915,
and said creditors are by said order
enjoined and restrained from prosecuting
the collection of their claims in
any ether manner or court.
Notice :s furtner given that the executrix
an executor of the personal
est?te of .1. V/. Hartman. deceased, will
make a final s^tlemei-t r>Q ^i^li <*vr,cutrix
a:-d rxecrtcr *n i*ic Pnbat? C\T.?rt
for Xevberry .County, S. C., at 11
o'clock in the forenoon on the said ~>th
day of November. 101 r?. and immediately
thereafter vill apply for a discharge
as such executrix and executor.
C. C. SCHUMPERT,
(Seal.) Probate Judge
X- 1, v,
October 4, 1915.
STATE Or SOi TH v.AiiOiji.sA,
Count;- of Newberry.
COl'RT OF COMMON PLEAS.
B. Levister, Plaintiff,
~ Defendant. ;
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DECREE OF FORECLu^ "RE.
By order of the Court herein, dated
14 June, I will sell on salesday
in -November, 1910, tue same being the
first day of said month, to the highest
bidder therefor, before the court house
at Newberry, S. C., during legal hours
Ail that tract of land lying and be- '
ing situate in the town of Newberry,1
county of Newberry and State of South
Carolina, containing one-half (1-2) j
acre, more or less, bounded by Vincent
street, wuich it fronts, and oy iors
oi the estate of D. H. Wheeler, Emma
P.aker and perhaps otherwise, the same .
being the identical lot of land conveyed
to C. E. Stephensen by deed of
G. C. Williams, recorded at page 261 of
Deed Book No. 14, in the office of the
R. M. C. for Newberry County, South I
Terms of Sale: One-third of the '
purchase price to be paid in cash, and
the balance payable one year uuc; ;
date, to be secured by bond of the
purchaser and a mortgage of the j
nremises sold, with interest from the '
day of sale, at the rate of eight per
cent per annum, payable annually, inj
terest to bear interest at 8 per cent if
' not paid when due; said bond and
mortgage to contain a stipulation for
ten per cent of the amount of principal
and interest due thereon as an attorney^
fee in case of foreclosure or
in case said mortgage is placed in the
hands of an attorney for collection.
Any buildings on#the lot are to be insured
and the policy of insurance to
be assigned to the Master as additional
security, with leave to the purchaser
to anticipate payment of the credit
portion in whole or in part; the pur
chaser to pay for papers and recording
and for revenue stamps.
H. H. RIKARD,
I am prepare d to make
The best goods at the !ov/
fie the su
Also repairing and clean
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Bnng it and or
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i Tli^ Fair and Sguire Deal
you wi'l receive G N iL FU.
coffee in the worid. This
October 11th, 1915. Man
ing, Dry Goods, Shoes, et<
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County of Newberry.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Glenn-Lowry > .'anufacturing Company,
F. H. Bastcn, Essie Bastcn, l. h. suoer
and L. W. C. Blalock, Defendants.
By an order of the .Court herein. I
will sell before the court house door
at Newberry, S. C., to the highest bidder
for cash, during the legal hours
of sale, on Monday, the first day of
November, 191o, the same being salesday,
the following described land,
All that house and lot, known as
the Crawford Place, containing about
two hundred feet square, lying on the
old Buncombe Road, in the Town of
Whitmire, S. C., bounded by the Baptist
church property on the south side,
on the north side by street leading
from Main street to Buncombe road,
west side by lot of D. H. Jones.
Terms of Sale: One-third of tli3
purchase money in cash, the balance
on a credit of one and two annual installments,
with interest from day of
sale, at the rate of eight per cent per
annum, payable annually until paid in ^
full; to be secured by the bond of the
, purchaser and a mortgage of the premj
ises sold. And if the purchaser fails
; to comply with the terms of sale within
fke days from day of sale the Master
will resell the premises on the following
saleday at the former purchaser's
risk. The purchaser to pay for all J*
papers, stamps and recording.
TT TT DTLr ?DT\
October 7, 1915.
' Yoice Pupils.
At the request of some of his pupils,
Robert E. Allen will be in Newberry
on Monday and Thursday of each week
and can take a limited number of additional
pupils. Address all communications
to R. E. Allen, Chicora College
for Women, Columbia, S. C. 10-S-3t
k Done By Home
yoir Fall and Winter Suit
e?t pric-j Right here to
it on yu
Ling- ard p bring1 i ,
picture contest?a GAME
s based on South Carolina
oians. It will be interestbe
very profitable. Five
lollars will be given to the
TATE who remit now and
. - i
iculars or Write Direct to
Bid, S.O. .
ily 20 cents to
? n n J
er or INewberry, ana
LL lb. of the best parched
offer is good only until
y other bargains in Clothr*