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Y0L17ME LID, 5 UMBER 13 DEWBERRY, S. C? TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1916. TWICE A WEEK, $L? A YEAR.
THE SEWS OF PROSPERITY
^ TOLD IN PARAGRAPHS
F Pros pert y. March 20.?Mr. and Mrs.
ttk G. Wist- have a :.ounced the marK
riage of their daughter, Mary Lizzie,
HH to (Mr. J. <J. 'jpaylrr of Baie&burg on
F JAarch lt>, 1916 \ >
tm ixt. and Mrs. ' S. Schumpert of
V Wilmington, X.' C.f are visiting their
r jsarents.
. 9fi.r. and Mrs. Tom Johnson spent the
|^*^^?ek-end with Dr. and Mrs. 0. 15. j
B Simpson.
& Mr. and Mrs. 'W. A. Moseley leave j
m this week < or Jacksonville, their fu-j
V ture home. For the past 50 years
LMoeel-ey Bros has "been one of the foro J
^ most stores of Prosperity, Mr. and Mrs. [
~\S ?>1' V\rvi->I [Heir-Io- a Pti VP 171 h 11 fil flPSS. I
vivo tit; ?*** " ? |
They will be missed not only by Pros- j
peritv but by the entire community. We
wish them much happiness and prosperity
in their new home.
iMt. and Mrs. Julian Price, Mrs. Nan
I nie Wheeler and Miss Victoria Crosson
^ptnt 'Sunday in Saluda.
-Mr. Clifton Krepps of Columbia
Apent the week end with Mr. W. .T. j
Wise.
Dr. J. H. Harms preached in Grace!
<-hurch Sunday in the interest of Newberry
college, and while here was the
^ truest of Rev. and Mrs. Leslie.
A most pleasing ending to "the weelc
jj of prayer" was the address made by
CVfrs. M. 0. J. Krepps of Columbia Sunday
evening. Prosperity is always delighted
to welcome Mrs. Krepps
Mrs. G. Y. Hunter is entertaining
- Krpnnc
Dr. G. W. Harmon and Mrs. A. r?
Wiee attended "the smoker'' given
, ? Friday evening by Mrs. ITom Wicker
of Newberrv in honor of her hus(
band. *
I iMr. and Mrs. M. V. Morns nave uec;i
vi-siting in Lykesland.
??r. P. L. Langtord has returned
from Columbia.
Prosperity is growing and growinc
rapidly. The following newcomers
nave arrived: A daughter to. Mr. and
Mrs. C. F. Saner; a daughter to Mr.
and Mrs. R. T. Pugh; a daughter to
He. and Mrs. John Sease; a daughter
to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Spence; a son to
Mr. and (Mrs. Roy Kohn.
Miss Annie Moseley of Batesburg
is spending a rew days at home.
Miss Lena'Wise has returned to iveiI
ton after spending the week-end with
her mother, Mrs. J. L. fWlise.
L Miss Elizabeth Hawkins of Nichols
is the guest of her sister, Miss Effie
^ Hawkins.
Mieses Bessie Lee Gibson and
Blanche Boozer have returned from
I Wn-lwirTV
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ra Mrs. Keister Wheeler, Misses Willie
A ATae Wise and Mary 'Schumpert and
A 'Mr. Ellis Wheeler 5?pent Friday in Co^M^lrmbia.
making the trip in Miss Wise's
H Black's millinery owning will be on
Y Wednesday.
r
Miss Witchcr of Baltimore is head
trimmer, assisted by Miss Ellen Werts.
"who is always ready and willing to
serve the public.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bedenbaugii
t are visiting the former's sister, Mrs.
Herman fWerts.
, \ Mrs. Ballentine and son of Columbia
are visiting Mrs. Roy Kohn.
Dr. G. Y. Hunter and daughter, Mira
spent Thursday in Columbia.
? Mr. C. C. Wyche and his bride o:
r Spartanburg are the guets of Dr. ann
;Mrs. C. T. Wyche.
Master Homer Wheeler was take. ,
to the Columbia hospital Sunday,
v.-her he has gone for an examination.'
Ke ^ijrrd been sick since Monday. We j
hope that his <"ase will not be serious!
($nd will soon be bac!-: home.
.
Miss Gract- Barter r.~agin of near)
Pomaria spent the week end at home, i
Mr. G. D. Bedenbaugh has bought a ;
seiven-pasenger Studebaker.
Misses Lucy and Annie Wheeler of
Columbia spent Saturday and Sunday
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L.
Wheeler.
(Mrs. J. P.. Adams of Pomaria is visiting
her daughter Mre. Backman
"Richardson.
iM'essrs. W. A. Moseley and G. D.
\Tr v T, Black of Sa
tluda 'Sunday.
Urs. M. O. Morris will be hostess to
the Literary Sorosis Friday afternoon
at 4 o'clock.
Following is the program o* the celebration
of tlie anniversary of the
Oinean Literary society which will
take place Tuesday night, March LM a
the town hall:
Music.
Invocation.
President's address?Pat E. Wise.
Declamation?"Howard Shealy. j
Music.
Reading?Elizabeth McWalters.
Essay?Mamie Livington.
Music.
Debate: "Resolved, That Prepared
ness is Not Best for the United Stales."
Affirmative?Ethel Cock. Frc-d <.'ook:
negative?Jennie Ruth Counts, George 1
Wise.
Music.
Decision of judges.
Everybody is cordially inv-'trd.
nnimuT nv irADL' AV THV
ftri "ft I V .1 Kuun \T t. 1UU
COMMUNITY >TRSE J
'Since the Bachelor Maids put the
community nurse on duty, September
1."> 1913. to March 1 o. 1916. she has
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made the following number or ivisns i
in the town and vicinity of Newberry: j
Daily nursing visits 3n9 |
Instructive visits 2281
School visits 56
Infant welfare visits 22 ;
Social service visits 7 j
Pr??natr>1 visits r? !
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Tuberculosis visits 30,
Office dressings 397 |
Business calls 6S !
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Meetings attended 6
Talks made 25 !
Xight calls 1!
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Total i-vi |
Number o' case? cared for, 46.
Paid out:
Dry goods .. $ 14.79 j
Hospital 53.20 i
Outfit for nurse 7.76 j
Drugs 4.50 j
Eggs 7.10 |
Milk 10.65 j
Provisions 34.90
I
Fruit ana candy for Count Home
Christmas 3.90
Miscellaneous 3.50
Transfer 45.36
Salary 450.00 j
Received: j
Subscriptions $492.50
Donations 45.001
From club treasurer 119.90
Collected from patients 15.00 ,
The mills have established places
for the nurse to give office dressings
and attention to the school children j
and have provided the necessary ma-1
terials to give office dressings.
)Thc Bachelor ftTaids feel that the ;
work has made a good showing for j
this period, and are anxious to carry j
it on. and hone for the continued sup- j
port -he communitv which has made j
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this beginning possible.
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The Red Poll cattle recently purchased
by the Commercial bank, consisting
o f one registered bull and 12
heifers, will arrive in Newberry to-1
J / T* 3 \ T>V.A W,. 1 1 ? n?n? i
u<t> ^ i ucsua) 1 nt uun ? C15115 u*c.
2.000 pounds and we are informed by
Clemson college authorities that he is
one o' the handsomest animals in i
South Carolina. He will be used primarily
for the benefit of the customers
of the bank free of charee. The heifer- )
will be so'd to their customers a'oso-1
lately at cost. "On next Saturday the
2oth of .March we wiii display ^-raicl cat|
tie on the public square and have their
pictures taken.said an official of the
bank. Then the bank will be crlad to
have every farmer in Newberry conn
iv wno ;s interested in siock ratsmz
to inspect their herd. Don't miss this
sight that will ultimately mean so
much for the progress and prosperity
of Newberry county. The eleven registered
Duroc sows which the bank has
purchased for one boy, :being a mem
ber of the boys corn club for each of
the 11 townships o" the county, will
arrive before long. The president of
the Commercial bank has adopted a
plan to be worked through the boys'
corn club that will enable this county
within the short time of four or five
years to grow every pound of meat
that we consume and hatve a goodly
supply of hogs to sell to consumers
who are less fortunate than they will
* -r* . -t r* i j xl
oe. borne to lown on aaiuraav, uie
25th o?' March arid thereby lend your
encouragement and cooperation to
this forward movement.
INTERESTING MISSIONARY SER-..
VICE \T LITTLE MOUNTAIN
La^t Sunday evening the reporter
had the pleasure of a trip by auto to
biitU* Mountain with the editor and
tne CUlU't'SS ana iujujcu an auit nnosionary
address by Prof. S. J. Derrick
1 who came back to Newberry with the
news-paper bunch.
Prof. Derrick is a forceful and convincing
speaker and his address to the
ccrr,relation o Holy Trinity Lutheran
: church at Little Mountain Sunday
niuiit was in keeping with his reputation
as a speaker and devoted churchman.
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i nc occasion v as iir: oosc ol cuc
week of 5-rayor by the women's homii
oiid frr-cicrn missionary society of Holy
Trinity church.
After a scripture lesson by the pastor.
Rev. J. .1. Long, and a song service,
Prof. Derrick was introduced in
a few highly complimentary remarks
by the pastor.
Pro.. Derrick expressed gratitude at
the privilege or speaKing to mis congregation
as it was at this altar lie
took the vows of the church and comfenccd
with God. The speaker defined
the meaning of the word missionary
as applied to religion and said
that it was a mistaken idea that the
religion of Jesus Christ was one
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wuicn piuuuucu a idee uuu a
whining. conipjlaining disposition.
On the contrary, it was a religion
of jof and optimism wliich
teaches how to live here and hereafter.
After comparing conditions in
Christian America with those in Pagan
India, he urged the spreading of the
gospel and insisted that if we believed
the srosoel we would spread it. He
discussed the question as to whether
the heathen would be saved if they
failed to hear the gospel and asserted
that so far as our knowledge goes
they could not he saved.
He refuted the idea that the great
European struggle was evidence of the
failure of (Christianity and attributed
this great world war to the influence
>of the devil. He was insistent in his
prase fo r the unselfish and devoted
work of the women in the foreign mission
field but. he declared with great
emphasis that this is a man's job.
The speaker closed with an appeal
to his old church to take on renewed
interest in the subject o* foreign missions.
At the close of Prof. Derrick's address
Miss Gentry sang a solo while
the ladies of the society took up a collection.
u ne collection was a very liDeral one
and was evidence of the interest of
the congregation in the mission cause.
LITTLE MOOT AIX NEWS.
Miss Myrtle Davis has returned to
Columbia after spending several days
with frionHo rulotivor.
4.? Avi?uo wiiii ilClL.
Mr. L.E. Shealy o' Clinton spent
the week end with home folks.
1C0I. and Mrs. E. H. Aull and iMr
Wicker of Newberry, were the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Joe. B. Derrick on
Sunday.
Mr. S. . Boland of Columbia, was
in town on business Saturday.
(Messrs. Ralph Sease, Harold Wise
inland sneaiy and Ernest Counts o!
Newberry college, spent the week end
at. home.
Misses Mayme Swittenhurg and Elberta
Sea.-e attended the teachers'
meeting in Columbia last week.
Rev. J. J. Long and Mr. W. A. Counts
returned on Friday from Roanoke, Va.
where they attended the Laymen's convention.
Miss Gertrude Boland of Columbia
i spent Sunday with her parents here,
accompanied by Mrs. M. 0. .T. Krepps
Mrs. J. K. Derrick and son, Carrol.
j_ r?_.: .1 : t _
spent r riuaj in ^ oiuni oia.
Messrs. J. A. Shealy and D. Boland
/visited relatives in Clinton last week.
Mr. J. K. Derrick "was in Xewbcrry
on iMbnday attending court.
The Ladies' Missionery society of
Holy Trinity church, Little 'Mountain,
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t>ot>ervea a weeK 01 yrayer last wcrn.
closing with a public meeting on Sunday
evening at which Prof. ?. .T. Derrick
of Newberry college made a very
interesting address.
Mr. A. H. Shealy, wtio has been a
resident of Pomaria for a few years,
has recently moved with his family to
his home here.
Miss Elberta Scase had as her guests
over Sunday the following young ladies:
Misses Willie Mac Wise of Prosperity.
Quinnette Dantzlcr of Holly
Hill, S. C.
'A number of our people attended tlie
March debate t Newberry college, 0*1 I
{ Friday evening. Among these were: |
Misses Annie Mae-Gentry, Lelia and
| Doris Kinard. Evelyn Wise, Mary
j Shealy, Maude Epting. Fannie Lon?
'and Annie Lee Huffman: Rev, J. J.
| Long. (Messrs W. B. Shealy. Julian
i Boland, Ernest Derrick, Alen Bun'
aT ? .1 T.^? ?? ,ci,i
j ui un., ucc ana c ucai tviua
! Hack i^rrick, Burke Wise. Carlin and
j Elmer Shealy.
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COl'RT OF GENERAL SESSIONS
; The court of general sessions con- j
j veiled 011 Monday with Judsre .1. S. Wil
I son presiding.
' A number of eases were disposed of I
I I
an the grand jury got right down to j
! work. W. F. Ewart was chosen forei
man.
The following bills were returned:
; Tom Byrd, Jr., murder.
?. !
1 Thos. Motes, assault and battery j
| with intent to kill and carrying con- !
! cealed weapon.
| Bluford Cannon. iClaude Kemp,
Royce Kemp, house breaking and larceny.
Cannon pleaded guilty. The
1 other two have not "been arrested.
i ira u. Kurton, murner ana carrying j
i concealed weapon.
Jim Robinson and Jim Caughman. j
housebreaking and larceny.
Mary Worthy, arson.
T. J. Davenport, assault and batj
tery with intent to kill.
John Brown, rape.
j D. A. Warley. assault and battery !
! with intent to kill and carrying con-|
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Joe Rook, violating dispensary iaw.
Geo. Brazeale, forgery, no bill.
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John Glasgow, continued from last
court, privily stealing i.'rom the perI
son, tried and found guilty.
I Jim Oaughman and Jim Robertson
1 pleaded guilty to house breaking and
' larceny. No sentences have been im
posed as yet.
IThe case against Ira 0. Burton was
continued to the next term of the court.
The motion for continuance was made
by the attorneys ifor the defense on the
not had time to j
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prepare ior iiic riai.
EVANGELISTIC SERVICES AT
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
A series of evangelistic meetings will
be held at thcBaptist church, beginning
next Sunday morning, March 26.
Daily services, 4 p. m. and 8 p. m.
Rev. Thos V. McCaul of Clemson
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college will preacfc. j
Good singing, special music. x
Mr. MoCaul is a splendid singer. j
You are most cordially invited to
these meetings.
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"Thou tArt the Man," featuring Geo.
Cooper, a thrilling Vitagraph picture
will be shown at the opera house,
Thursday, March 23.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO
RENDER ACCOUNTS.
Notice is hereby gin en that all creditors
of Colin Campbell Davis, deceased,
are hereby required immediately to
+/\ mo on apmiint of fheir rie
mands, duly attested, against the estafp
of ?aid deceased.
FRJAXK G. DAVI1?,
Amini?trator &c. of Colin iCamp-bell
Davis, deceased.
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NOTICE OF FINAL 'SETTLEMENT.
j Notice is hereby given mat tne unj
dersigned as administratrix of 'the
estate of Jim Burton, deceased, "will
make final settlement on said estate
as administratrix in the court oC pro
bate for Newberry county, on Monday,
May 8,1916, and immediately thereafter
j apply for letters dismissory as such.
! administratrix. Persons holding claims
j against said estate will make payment
before said date and all persons indebted
to the estate "will pay the same.
MARY BURTON,
lAdm'x of estate of Jim Burton.
! March 21, 1916.
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