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& SHALL THEY LIVE?
A famous thinker of the nineteenth
century, in one of his many cynicmoods,
advanced the theory that sym
fiathy is merely the reaction upon
then menial picturing of one's self
ill the plight of the sufferer. The impulse
to help the beggar who extends
us his pleading hand and exhibits
hil soiled rags or his crippled limbs
is* according is, according to his
opinion, the result of the unpleasant
injpression created in- our minds by
the piteous sight, that perhaps we
jnight ourselves be in the helpless f
condition brought to our notice. j
Sympathy then would really be equi- j
v&lent to pity with ourselves.
Without going the length of dis
cussing this theory or even refuting j
its fallacy, it is undoubtedly helpful;
at times to visualize the sufferings of!
.others and contrast their dire fate !
with the comforts -which have come |
to us and the fortune which is smiling!
At this time millions of Jews find;
themselves in a most horrible and j
chiel-situation. Poor widows and or-'
phans have been forced to pass!
-through the hot furnace simply because
they were Jews. No other reason
is back of the cruelty under the
hbt breath of which their souls were
always defended the heaviest to carry:
They are 'compelled t? ask.for aid.
^The people of -Newberry have always
fceea libera^ m contributing to
a worthy cause and surely they will
.not fail to xio their share when called
upon to contribute for the relief of
suffering Jews in Europe and Asia.
All contributions ^ent in to Rev. E.
Babb, county treasurer, for this j
drive will be acknowledged and appreciated.
SHRINERS MEETING AT
ROCK HILL MAY 18
vine spring c .emniai sessxun ui :
Hejaz temple of the Mystic Shrine
will be held in the city of Rock HilJ
M-ay 18th. A fine program has been !
arranged for the day by the Rock
Hftl Shriners.- j
A special train for the Shriners
will be runn on the S. A^ L. railway
oil the night of the 17th. passing
Clinton, S. C. at about 9:30 p. m.,
arriving in Rock Hill early in the
" morning of the 18th.
T? turning this train will- leave
Rock Hill ai>out midnignt arriving
"b^ck in Clinton earl? the following
The round trip on this special t
train will cost $10.51 from Clinton, S.?
C., including use 0/ the Pullmans
for both nights.
^Shriners from Newberry county,
wfo wish to go on this special train !
w31 have to make their reservations;
by May 10th in order to get same.
These reservations must be made ;
through Noble Geo. H. Ellis of Clin-!
tno, S. C., and checH for $10.51 sent!
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to: him. Any Newberry Shriner who J
may want any information regarding ;
this spec;al.train can see either of the ;
following nobles, Glenn Bullock or'
Tom P. Johnson.
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Miss Bernice Martin
The Newberry A. R. P. church losti
A. R. Presbyterian.
one of its most devoted and loyal 1
members in the death of Miss Ber-;
nice Martin. Since the death of Mrs. j
Rosa Carlisle she has been the superintendent
of the elementary depart-!
ments of the Sabbath school, a faith- j
M worker in the Young Ladies' so-!
ciety, and an active supporter of the
work of the congregation.
in connection with the Sabbath
school on April 30th a short memorial
service was held. Dr. Kennedy pre- t
.aided and made fitting remarks. Mrs. J
S. P. Crotwell spoke words of appre- :
ciation from the elementary depart- j
wnts nf the school and announced I
that a room had been furnished at!
Bon Clarken to be known as the Ber- i
nice Martin room. 'Mrs. H. L. Parr:
,spoke for the school, Miss Mamie;
Pearson for the Y. L. society, and '
3ev. J. W. Carson for the congrega-;
tion. These services were impressive
and indicated the high esteem in i
which Martin was held by the j
The Sabbath school gave expr
sion to the following tribute: "T
j Sabbath school of the Newberry i
sociate Reformed Presbyterian chui
records with sadness the death
Miss Bernice Martin on Tuesd
morning, April 25, 1922. Miss B
nice was one of the most devoted a
active members of the school. F
many years she has been the sup<
ir.tendent of the elementary depa
ment-s of the school, the teacher
1 the Beginners' class, and one of t
most efficient and loyal workers
the school. Her beautiful life h
been an inspiration to all who ha
known her, She was responsive
every demand that was made of hi
loved an^ honored by the childr
tshe taught and the teachers as?och
ed with her in the work. As we co
tomplated her life we can now s
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singed and their bodies wasted and
dented. unce upon a time, mcse;
now hapless sufferers and martyrs
were men and women who earned '
their own bread and often gave of
their comparative abundance to others.
-They-had provided schools for
their -.children aord they maintained
homes i<5r the aged and the orphaned.
They never held out a hand for help,
to others. But now, jtpon them has
.been laid the load which a good Jew
nOW UUU pic^ai nip uti xvx v
heaVenly home; yet our hearts ha
been made sad because she has be
taken from among us. In humili
we bow to the will of our heaven
Father, who does all things well,
the firm confidence that she has be
given a place among the faithful w'
sit on the right hand of God. The ie
ample of this devoted and true wor
er draws us nearer to Christ and a
monishes us to enter into a more a
J. W. C.
IN FONr> REMEMBRANCE
Of My Much Loyed Mother W1
Died in 1890
Oh, Mother, dear Mother, oh, wl
didst thou go
And leave me alone in this da:
world of woe?
Wh,ere the storms are so cold and tl
night is so wiM,
Oh, Mother, dear Mother, didst the
think of'thy child?
WHeX tpsc angels came whispering s
gerrtly and sweet,
And thy mansion was ready at Jesu
Did you think of my grief?of n
anguish so wild?
Oh, Mother, dear Mother, didst the
think of thy child?
Or did thoy be? *hee so quickly c
their bright, Shining wings,
That thought had no time and deal
had. no sting?
They whispered so joyously, so ge
tie, so mild;
Mother, dear Mother, didst thou thir
of thy child?
0, Mother, dear Mother, in yoi
bright happy home,
Think of your child left in this wor'
all alone, i
And battles and storms are so co
and so v&ld,
Now Mother, dear Mother, rememb<
a t _ ?ii. nr ii i ir ii .1
ana witrc .vioiner, aear lviotner, tr
name still so sweet?
And you sit down and think of he
and long so to meet
With her in that land where 'no nig
storms beat wild;
Then Mother will come some day f
William Edward Myers.
Greenville, S. C., March 25, 1922.
it was late in the evening, bu
denly the doorbell rang and the do
tor, whose ear was well traine
awoke. Some one needed his se
vices, he concluded, as he walk*
softly down the stairs and opened tl
"Miss Caroline Tompkins?" sa
the late caller.
Miss Tompkins was the doctoi
"She has retired,*' said the doctc
"This is for her," said the ma
handing the doctor a package fro
which peeped flowers and buds ai
leaves. The mart departed and tl
doctor closed the door.
"One of cook's admirers/' he sa
to himself, "has bought her a bo
He walked into the kitchen ai
placed the package in a dish of wate
And indignant cook stood before h
<4I wish to grive notice,'' she a
nounced, "I'll not stay another day
a house where some varmint puts ri
new hat in a basin of water."
We hear a lot about petticoat rul
but they seem to oe an except'an ;
stead of a rule.
'? Special Children'
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c_ j Four unique children's entertainu^
path Chautauqua in addition to the re;
entertainments for the youngsters boiii;
Mary Mason with her Marionettes 1
Brothers, well-known magicians. anotlx
^'Character* from tlie Story Books" pre
ine Deuny, and a popular concert by t
(io | programs v. ill be given either in the m
le js ' c* ^T^'~ mus
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kind of count
' Highest Pr
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<H INewberry, b. C.
' TJBfeflLimi ?aw i
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^' ray ware house as
id corn any day whi
. Fresh Meal ar
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nits will he given at the coming Red- j
rular programs for adults, each of the '
: given on a different day.
tvill irive one entertaimnont and Duval i
r. The other e: vstainments will be
sented by Kathleen Sof>tt and Cather:he
Cramer-Kur/, Trio. The children'!
ornin^ or in the afternoon.
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ssical Selections. " j|
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DAY ' f I
ICKETS $2.75 1
iggs and all
my Grist Mill in
id will grind your
le you wait.
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"Friendly Enemies," Notai
"Friendly Enemies," an uproarious comedy drama pre;
ig features of the coming Redpath Chautauqua. How the
Friendly Enemies" and how their difficulties eventually ui
omedy and moments of gripping pathos.
Lieurance's Little Symphonj
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Cord Tires Sti
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The intrinsic value and end
Six have won for it die heart
or ov/ners. It will win yo
? its comfort?seat cushions of soft, genuine
leather, nine inches deep; long
semi-elliptic springs, front and rear.
Seats five without crowding.
? its power?L-hcadmotor. 31-^x5,which
develops 50 horsepower. Remarkable'
for its flexibility.
? its cc.momy?low-maintenance cost and
infrequent repair shop attention.
? its beauty?body of harmonious lines
built by Studebaker experts, with
tailored top, which holds large plate
glass rear window.
Touring, $1475 2-Pass. Roadster, $1425 4-Pa.
?All prices f.
Me Comedy, at Chautauqua | J
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senfrvl by competent New York actors, will be one of the ,
fonfliptinsr ronvirtions of two fr'pnri*! mntp taenrt
ltyngle, supply tile plot witlj an abundance of irresistible*
r Orchestra at Chautauqua
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uring quality of the Specialy
endorsement of thousands
u, too, when-you consider:
? ils equipment?jeweled eight-dayclcck;
onc-piece, rainproof windshield v/ith
windshield wiper; tonneau light with
/./-t rr\ francmi?<;!nn lorlv which
tAt'sVU i ) Vi
rcduces rate of theft insurance to owner
15 to 20 per cent; one key locks tool '*
compartment in left front door, ignition
switch and transmission lock.
? its background?StudebakerV prestige
and seventy years' experience in build- x
ing quality vehicles assures complete
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ss. Roadslcr, $1475 Coupe, $2150 Sedan, $2350
o. b. factory ?
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Newberry, S. C.. ,