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ROMAN'S MISSIONARY UMOX
OF THE SEC03D PRESBYTEKY
Program of Woman's Missionary
Union of the Second Presbytery ol''
the A. R. P. Church to convene at I
INewberry, October 4th and 5th.
Theme. Consecration.
Tuesday evening, October 3rd, meet
ing of Executive Committee.
10:00 A. M. iAbdnesday?Devotions.
Miss Lavinia Xeel. Subject, Consecration
of Self?Ex. 32:29?"Consecrate
yourselves todi.vy to the Lord."
10:30.?Address of Welcome. Response.
Prayer.
10:45 Enrollment of delegates.
11.00?Unfinished business. Apointinent
of Committees. So-ciety reports.
Reports from officers cf Union.
12:00?Conference?The Thank Offering.
Mrs. J. M. Cuddy. (1) Reasons
for Thank Offering. Mrs. O. H.
Reid. (2) Value of Thank Offering,
Mrs. P. L. Grier. (3) The Mountaineer
and Our Field. Mrs. Peay. Rev.
W. B. Lindsay.
/1:00. P. M.?Acquaintance meeting
find recess.
2:00 Devotions. Mis6 Lavinia Xeel.
Subject. Consecration of Service, 1
Chon. 29:5, "Who then is -willing to
consecrate his service this day unto
z the Lord ?"
2:30.?Business. Minutes. Letters
from our missionaries.
3:30?Conference?The Journal of
^Missions. Mrs. Paul Pressly. (1) Its
Purpose. Mrs. W. F. Bryson. (2)
Its Work. Mrs. E.C.Miller. (3) Its
Needs. Mrs. O. Y- Brownlee.
4:30.?Conference?The Tithe. Mrs.
R D. Bryson. (1) Its Scriptural Basis.
Mrs. R. D. Bryson. (2) Solution
of our Financial Problems. Mrs. W.
F. McGee. (3) A Means of Spiritual
Growth. Mrs. J.C. Little.
5:30 ^ i-iournment of regular session
and meeting of committees.
Wednesday evening 8:00.?Address.
Mrs. J. G. Dale. ^
10:00 A. M. Thursday?Devotions.
.Miss L.avinia -\eei. .\3uujcvt, vunc^.cration
of Homes. Acts 16:15,"Come
into my house and abide there."
1-0:30. Business. Minutes. Report
from Committees.
11:30?Paper, The Orphanage ana
Its Needs. Miss Macie iStevenson.
11:45.?Conference on Junior IWiork.
Mrs. W. B.# Lindsny. (1) The Qualifications
of a successful Junior Leader
Miss Leila Gardner. (2) A Model
Junior Society. Mrs. W^B. Lindsay.
(3) Relation of the Woman's Missionary
Society to the Junior Society.
Mrs. J. X. McAllister. (4) The Mother
and the Junior Society. Mrs. A.
2. Patterson. (5). The Chief Prob
iem of the Country Junior Society.
Delegate from Dry iCreek. (6) Tke
Chief Problems of the City Junior (Society.
Miss Minnie Thompson. (?}
Shall the Juniors have a Thimk-offering
and Tithe Department? Mrs. R.
J. Peel. j
12:45 P. M.?'Rjuper, What willj
make our Union aGreater Success?,
Mrs. J. M. Cuddy.
1:00.?Recess.
2:00.?-Devotions. Miss Lavinia Neel. I
Subject. Consecration of Influence.
Matt. 5:16 "Let your light 30 shine be-;
fore men that they may glorify your
Father." !
2:30.?Business. Minutes. Reports
from Committees.
4:00.?Demonstration of Mission
Study Class using new study course
as text-book. Mrs. R. D. Bryson.
5:00.?Discussion, What has this
Union been to you and y&ur Society?
5:30.?Adjournment.
Thursday evening?8.00. Address,
n Ct, Parkinson.
Mr. B. M. Dennis lias just received
a letter from "his son Carol saying
that the regiment of which he is a
member would leave camp Sunday
night?which was Sunday night gone
?for a 200 mile "-hike" up the Rio
Grande, and the trip would take them
into New Mexico. I
Mr. Wiyatt A. layior of Columbia,
field secretary All-South Christian
Endeavor xtension committee, win address
the young people at the Ave-1
leigh Presbyterian church next Thurs-:
dayr October f>th. at S p. m. All who !
tire interested in Young People's so- j
i
ciety work are cordially invited to
atend.
Columbia State reports that Mr. Wm. !
P. Houseal, the famous "Dutch weath- j
er prophet," on going home from tne \
saoving picture show one night last'
week found a 'possum up his tree, j
A charter was issued to the C. R. |
Wise company of Newberry . The incorporators
are C. E. Wise nnd Eu- <
genia Wise, who wil buy and sell live i
stock. The capital stock is $1,000. '
t* o cr/vn/J niin rTvhiirs(1-a_v Tlizht '
11 ? cio a. ^vvu. ama w ^
and one of the best things done by
the water was the washing! out of
those little holes in Scott's creek. The
water now in the little holes will soon
begin to take on yellow mixed with <
:green, to stay there until another
x rain comes. <
' \
DK. WM. K GRIFFIN DEAD
Marion, Sept. 29 Dr. William King
Griffin, one of Marion's oldest and
most highly respected citizens, died
: at the home of his daughter, Mrs.
; J C.Mace, yesterday at 5 p. m. In
I compliance with Dr. Griffin's own reI
! quest the body was taken to -New-1
i berry today ami interred there by the
j side of nis wife and son, "in my native
soil."
i
Dr. Griffin was the oldest son of
i
i Col. B. F. Griffin, of Newberry County,
land was born September 24,1831. He I
j was just a few days before his death t
^ ~ ^..rrr\ XJ?c TV>rv+VlQT? !
V-ll \ e VCctl S *Ji U5C. liio
was Agnes Lipscomb, of Abbeville. He
j wi.is a graduate of Erskine Colege,
| Due West, and of the Medical College,
! Philadelphia. He practiced medicine
| before and for several years after the
j civil war, but finally became of a frail
! constitution, gave up medicine and foe1
I
I g?n the practice of pharmacy. Dur-i
I
|ing the war he served four years at'
j Charleston as field surgeon, or phyj
sician. Dr. Griffin first married Miss
i Octavia Moon, daughter of Dr. Peter
Moon, o'f Newberry. Two sons were
born to this union, William Moon Grif!
fin and Charles Albert Griffin, of whom
the latter survives. Mr. Charles A.
Griffin is a resident of Edgefield, Mrs.
Griffin died in August, 1868. May 26,
| 1870, he married Harriet E.Daniel,
daughter of Major William Daniel, of
Edgefield. Before the death of his
second wife, which accurred on March
I 31, 1883, three children were oorn, i
Jumes Ix>wndes Griffin, who died at j
Marion April 19, 1908; Mrs. John C.
Mace aad Miss Emma Simkins Griffin*
i who survive and reside in this/ city.
j *
I This venerable man has lived in Marj
ion for about twenty years and was
held in the fyfghest esteem. The funj
eral was held tat 'Newberry today.? j
j<Xews & Courier.
The body of Dr. Griffin was brought
to Newberry on Friday and interment
i was had in Rosemont in the afternoon
j the service hting conducted -by the
' Rev. E. Babb. The pall bearers were
jl'.M H. Wallace, J. T. Mayes, L. W. j
Floyd. J. A. Burton, R. Y. Leavell, I. j
j H Hunt. /
The remains were la'ccompanied by
i Dr. J. 0. Mace, son-in-law of Dr.
Griffin.
1 \
The St. Phillips's school, with Misses
Mary and Ola Brown as teachers,
! will open on the 9th. instant. All pa;
trons are urged to be present.
The wilted appearanc of Mr. Jno. j
' B. Mayes'- large and fine dahlias shows j
there was frost Monday morning.
| Ben Cooper, colored, is n the chaingang,
sent there by Magistrate Player
: Saturday after conviction on the;
| charge of wife beating and violation!
' of contract. For the first offense it
: was $30 or 30 days, for the second
$25 or 30 days.
* rtf tVta "V'T 1 CClVlTlO f
JXil JLUCUiUCl a V/i. Lilt -uiooiunai ? *aw
I
ciety of Colony Lutheran church are
I requesierd to meet immediately after
service Sunday next, prepared to pay
j dus, as delegates will then be electe
to th Synodical Missionary society.
I
j
Teachers Examination.
The regular examination of applicants
for certificates to teach in the
i public schols will be held in the
! courthouse at Newberry on Friday.
October t>, 1916, beginning at y
oelook. Applicants must furnish
stationery.
C. P. Barre,
Supt. of Educatiop.
LAND FOR SALE.
| The undersigned, heirs of Alice
Stockman, deceased, will sell berore
; the court iiouse at Newberry the first
Monday in November, 1916, ninetyj
seven acres of land in No. 9 township
. bounded by lands of Dave Boozer, S.
' J. Kohn and others, known as the
i Pink Brown "Cureton Place" of which
1 said Alice Stockman died possessed.
Terms of 'Sale?One third cash and
balance in two equal annual instalments
secured by bond and mortgage
cf the purchaser with interest on thej
credit portion from date of sale. |
Purchaser to p.vy for all papers and |
recording.
S. C. Stockman for the Heirs.
| Dr. F. C. Martin I
I Specialist!
g Examines Eyes, Fits G1 asses f
I and'Artificial Eyes. |
|If your eyes are giving youf
^trouble don't fail to consult himf
V
I Satisfaction Guaranteed. S||
' ? f\l
t Office over Anderson's l'ry^ji
?Goods Store. f I
I I
1
CIVIL WAR HISTORY.
Interesting' Bit of History Related in
Letter to News.
I
i
Editor Greenville News:
iSolely with a view cf keeping t^e
rccord straight, 1 ho:;e you will allow
me to correct <.n error in your notice
of the death of Col. R. B. Ligon, in
your issue of tiiD 20th, in say in j; he |
was at one time coloncl cf the 3rd i
regiment. |
I have no doubt Col. Ligon wa~> a j
brave and meritorious soldier. But 1
I don't think he was at any time a i
member of the 3rd regiment.
His name appears cn the ConfoJor- j
ate rolls here es a member of Co. "3'
3rd S. C. Bat. which was a part of
Kershaw's brigade frcm a short while
after the battle of "Boonesboro"
(Federal "South. (Mountain") to the !
close of hostilities. .Upon inquiry, j
since this notice, I learn that he held !
the rank of colonel in command of
the 4th regiment of State troops, in j
the l"5t days of the confederacy, on
the sea coast, and being forced to
retire, on account of ill health, was
succeeded by Col. John W. Ferguson
of Laurens. ^
The 3rd regiment was one of the
regiments called for by Gov. Pickens,
immediately following the secession
ordinance, and going on to Manassas
" ? 1 * XT, ? I
and Fairax, <j. *i., au Gays aner me
fall of Fort Sumter, was one of the
regiments, along with the 2nd, 7th
and 8th S. C., that made up the 1st j
brigade of what was then known as
the "Army of the Potomac," (afterwards
"Army of Northern (Virginia.")
The brig-de was first commanded
by Milledge L. Bonham, afterward by i
Kershaw, until the latrer's promotion j
to major general. Kennedy was, i
? ? ??\
The Newest Designs ii
and N(
Being continually in touc
smiths and jeweler-craftsr
stock is always keeping pa<
silverware, rings, bracelets,
When new and beautiful
\
are among the first stores
them. You never buy outOur
display for Christma
arejsome very new and ver;
thing to please everyone to
Come early and choose w
offers the best opportunity,
You'll not be disappointe
that.
P. C. JEAP
/ Jewelers ani
I nrn n
lhe Urea
Since Rubini ai
than G
LAZ
"The Tenor of t
Born in T arcelon;
26 he possesses he mar
ation.
Laxaro's appears
Buenos Ares, London a
entire countries into a
tional Theatre of Ha^
have stood upon their s
frenzied cheering.
Come in today
voice on the
Columbia <
j And Rec
n j&t v ca
V/? VI A U* Uil
East Main St.
His first four reco
on sale Oct. 10th
think, in command of the brigade at
the surrender, at whioli time it was
made up of the remnants of the 2nd,
3rd, 7th, 8th, l.r>th, and 20th regiments
i. nd the 3rd battalion.
The 3rd regiment, composed of four ,
Luarens, four Newberry and two
I
Spartanburg companies had, first and i
last, four colonies. First James H.!
Williams a Mexican war survivor, wlio
served the first year and retired. At j
the reorganization, just before the
"Seven Days' Battle," May 1862,
James D. Nance was elected, and ser
ved until killed at the battle cf the ;
"Wilderness" May 6, 1S64. By pro- <
"intinn T.4eni + /""rvl WT "R111V) PrfnrH
lUUCIUll VVI, Tf , JL_ .
1
tlien became colonel, serving until i
killed at "Strasburg," Shennandoah
Villey, Oct. 13, 1864. Rutherford "was'
succeeded by Lieut. Col. Robt. C.!
i
Moffett, who was captured on or about;
the day Col. Rutherford was killed, j
Then Maj. R. P. Tcdd, of I>aurens,|
became Lieut. Col. commanding "the!
regiment up to and at the surrender;
at Greensboro, X. C., April 26, 1865. j
Col. Moffett died in prison it appears
about the time of the surrender of the
regiment.
Please excuse the length to Which I
have drifted.
Yours truly,
0. G. Thompson,
Private Co. "y," 3rd S. C. Regiment.
Laurens, S. C., Sept. 22. 1916.
A finp Methodist jubilee team: Rev.|
F. E. Dibble tat the desk, Mr. R. L.
Tarrant at he blackboaid and Messrs.
Jno. B. Mayesc, W. G. Mayes, J. H.
Wicker, T. i'<Vl. Keitt and Z. F. Wrght
speakers on the floor. Witness the1
I
work of raising upward of $4,000 Sun-!
day morning.
i Silverware, Jewelry |
ivelties !
:h with the leading silver- j
nen of the country, our!
;e with the latest styles in j
etc
I designs are created,-we!
V "
in the country to show
of-date articles here.
s will interest you. There
y beautiful novelties, some>
whom you want to give.
hiie the wide assortment
?
d at this store. We see to
?*S & CO
i Opticiansp
test Ever
|
ad even greater
ayarre. jj
O A
u A j
:he Generation"
i in 1890; at the age of
vel voice of the generi
I
tnces in Spain, Italy,
md Havana have swept
doration. In the Na^ana
whole audiences
eats in a half hour of
i
and hear this marvel
!
i
Grafonola
:ords at
LTER'S Studio
"Columbia Dealers" \
rds are just out, to go
i
Death of An Old Lady.
JMiss Anna Stephens died yesterday j
morning at 10 o'clock at the home
of her nephew, Mr. Ben Mayer Hav- j
ird, at Silverstreet, and will be bur- j
ied this afternoon at Silverstr et at;
3 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. William John- :
>011 i lid Miss Minnie Havird will at-1
tend the funeral. Miss Stephens was j
?6 years old. She was the sister of '
Mr. f'A'iliam Johnson's mother, who is
93, and of Mr. Ben M. Havird's mother,
who is 63.
SPECIAL NOTICES
? 1
MAZDA LAMPS?Save electricity
and give more light, can fill orders
promptly, Fostoria spells quality.
Summer Eros Co.
9-29-2L
BARBECUE?I will give my last
'cue for this season at mv home near
Prosperity, Saturday, October 7. J. Ben
Cook.
It. paid.
"WANTED?Your orders for- Lime,
Cement, Brick, Roofings, Shingles
Xails. Our goods are the best. SumMer
Bros o.
9-29-2t.
FOR SALE?Home raised, recleaned,
Oats and Vetch. Purcell fComJpany.
10-3-3t.
REMEMBER?We carry, large, stock
oils and greases for both steam and
automobile uses. We can make the
price. See us. 'Summer Bros Co.
9-29-2t.
FOR SALE?Sixty acres with dwelling
and several buildings at fork ot
Newberry and Blair roads, joining
lands of John iSuber, Joe Kitt. Ben
Havird, Bill Greenwood and J. R.
Brown. S.illie Counts, Newberry, S.
C.
rd. 35c.
GASOLINE ENGINES?With a five
year guarantee and plenty of them
in service to prove satisfaction is
/
what we are selling. See us.
Prices very low. Summer Bros Co.
9-29-2t.
n , i r
i\eai i
Is the Best Inves
berry Today for
r & n . l
J. J\. Burton nas i
tive Pro]
73?652 acres land nine miles
torn land, 100 acres timber, 35
dwelling, new barn, plenty t
churchts and schodls.
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73 ? I73 acres land, live mues
barn, 75 acres in cultivation, *
This could be divided into two '
73?45? acres lane :ix miles
6 room dwelling, bam, 2 horse
timber on this place to pay for i
69?270 acres land, on road
acres timber, 4 horse farm open,
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BELTINGS?Geniune Gandy and leathJHfl
er beltings. Genuine gandy
lias one green edge, none genuin-^^H
without it, beware of imitations, our
prices are right. Summer Bros Co.
" Yes, Florence, and we'll hace 1
a RANGE ETERNAL" A
fl To the woman who realizes
the importance of good cooking
in the new home, no prom- A
ise is more alluring. For if the a
way to win a man is through ^
his stomach?the way to keep
him is through the kitchen?
and that way will be made
doubly easy if you have
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tcith 32 points of
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5 Whether you are consider
ing your first range or your
fifth, let us show you the
RANGE ETERNAL It is
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satisfying?most substantial
we have ever seen.
ff Let us explain the 32 superior
features one by one. See
the ETERNAMETAL flue
lining ? strongest ? longest
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any Range. You'll want a
(RANGE ETERNAL.
Prosperity Hardware Co.
Prosperity. S C.
estate
XT
tment in i\ew<
many Reasons.
i list of Attrac
JV1 VKVJ*
:
frdm Newberry, 75 acres bot.
;o acres in cultivation, new
enant houses, convenient to
"1
from Newberry, 2 cottages,
00 acres good pine timber.
tracts.
from Newberry Two story
farm optn Almost enough ^
t. !
from Jaiapa to Clinton, 40 i
3 tenant houses.
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ount in 5 Acts ' I

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