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Conference Personals.
Rev. John G. Beckwith, who
serves the Barnwell station, is one
of the the most energetic and well
equipped young ministers of the
Conference. His pleasing address
and magnetic manner makes him
many friends, while his pulpit
ministrations are of a high order of
excellence. He is an honor gradu
ate of the South Carolina Military
Academy, and reflects great credit
on his alma mater. Mr. Beck with
will preach in Central Methodist
Church this afternoon at 4 o',clock.
Dr. 0. A. Darby, who is nct
actively engaged in the pastoral
work will be remembered pleasant
ly as the pastor of tne Newberry
REV. A. M. C
station by some of the older New- e
berrians in 1869-7o. He carries'
hi. years gracefully and looks s
Sgerthan some of his younger c
bers. He was several years n
the popular president of the Co- c
lambia Female College, but now r
lives quietly in the city of Colun-- t
bi.. His-presence at this session I
is a source of pleasure to his many h
~7~X.i~igthe prominent lay dele-s
gates attending the Conference is (
th e Hon. Jos. A. McCullough, of
Greenville. He is a prominent law- i
ilea represented
his county in the Legislature with
sinlability, but tiring of politics F
voent Ily retired. Of course poli- ti
REV. D. T
* tics is something one carl very s'
L gytake up again and we expect c
Mr. McCullough to be prominent l\
- sa politics before very long.f
b
During the discussion yesterday is
reiative to. the removal of the Co- a
lumibia Female College a member I
gjose-gravely from his seat and v
mIamnly propounded this question: Iy
' Bishop, could we not have these
- I- a published in the morning
papers?"
'The Bishop looked serious and (
replied : ,
REV. S. A. I
"Really, brother, I cannot tell.'' I
The brother subsided amid roars <
of laughter.
prahr knw o
Mehditpeachrty laugh hw
ta indnian in a heart, laugh The I
wit of the Bishop frequently causes
them to explode. Well, "one good
laugh is worth a hundred groans in
m'y market." Laugh on brethren.
A brother, an undergraduate, is
ealous of his name-the Bishop
:alled him Huggins, and he, the
undergraduate, desired his presid
ing elder to correct his cognomen
)y leaving off the s Why not let
t remain in the plural.
Brother Scoggins name, another
umdergraduate, was called The
Drother was not in the Conference
-oom, and it was announced that
me had not appeared before his
:ommittee for examination. His
residing Elder sent for him and
when he appeared on the Confer
IREITZBERG.
nce floor, the Bishop asked:
'Brother Scoggins do you wish to
tate to the Conference why you
Lid not appear bt.fore your com
ittee?" Brother Scoggins pro
eeded to give his reason, made his
eport and was then asked to re
ire, but not to stay too long. His
'residing I lder then represented
im' The Bishop asked if the
oung brother was studious. The
'residing Elder replied, 'Very
tudious. He is nlow studyinlg both
ireek and liebrew." Bishop
I'm glad to hear t hat ; I guess .e
ist took pity on the committee.'
We are under great obligation to
ev. W. B. Duncan for the cuts of
2e various preachers whose hand
LLER.
>me -faces have adorned the
aurns of our temporay daily.
r. Duncan is the author of "Con
~rence Sketches" a very valuable
ook for reference. Mr. Duncan
an active and energetic pastor
nd a preacher of force and ability.
[e is now statiorned at Laurens,
rhere he has been for the past two
ears.
We piesent in this issue a cut of
pring Street Methodist church,
harleston, S. C This church was
uilt and dedicaited in 1858. The
[ETTLES.
ast year, under the pastoral care
if the Rev. J. C. Roper, has been
me of the most successful in the
istory of the church.
Iti a iiiatter of dee reret to
REV. J. B. CAMPBELL.
the members of Conference that
Rev. A. M. Chreitzberg, D. D., is
not able to attend the present ses
sion. He is now in the eighty
second year of his age. having passed
the eighty-first mile post on the
17th day of last December.
During his long service in the
Master's cause he has been faithful
to every trust and his ministry has
been fruitful. His second wife was
Miss Kattie E. Kilgore of this city.
He served the Newberry Station in
1878.
Capt. G. W. Gruber, who is at
tending Conference as a delegate
from the Charleston District, is
one of the popular conductors of
the Atlantic Coast Line and runs
between Charleston and Greenville.
RE.W
Rev. . C. Boer CA pastorL o
Chre.ton,M hsretithbr,. mos
notablefoyaten successduringthespas
sion. He has been in the eightr
secefonlysi years,.hutn passed
that etieyis mienergy n hs
r,aithe dause ofhast december.
Masr's caH e has been faithfoul
wt ever trus peopl hmnitr has
ee. fril Hs conde wifeit was
Missr ofrateE useflgoe oss. ty
Oe eve .thems Nebryinen inm
Capt.G. W.Grub r EV. is at
tersdingatnanuo Conferenea- dlgt
from thev Chaleso DisrCampbell
oe io this opularcondtr year
ithe Atlnferce oastin andn
ine1859. Charingsthong Greville
ofsrvHe haben verypplrwt athfuavl
in ucand his a whe crouled
gial, sucess roun good hellw
8.Rev. JMr. Campe pasto acea
SringeStreet Mhodngaeist Churhong
afrclestn ha s meldomithatost
moreatifucessdumrigte anst
pryer He hard beenan the oner-ic
he for oenysixars,ight inubehal
of tRe. by his Hebergy nd hisse
rious in ecse,hss.eago
wRe. HoeTe has nere popla
peityl theui pepl whom- and New
berry iscuit career-7 urictga
One. of wae he mtpoienty mbv
his consecration, his pleasing man
ners, and his amiability - of dispo
sition he endeared himself to his in
people and made many warm per
sonal friends, who are glad of the bi,
opportunity to see him in their
midst. He has been a member of is
the Conference for thirty-two years.
One of the hosts of the week ib Cc
congratulating himself on the fact
that he has not had to buy any tin
eggs this week, especially since da
the price has been advanced-on
account, we presume, of the com- ne;
ing of the Conference-his guests an
are all lay-men.
an
Rev' S. A. Nettles, one of the wi
members of Conference, several
years ago served the congregrtion tot
of O'Neall Street Methodist church, C.
and did a great deal towards plac
ing this congregation in its present pa;
thriving condition. Rev. Mr. Net- Co
tles was a prominent figure in State
politics during the days of the Re- fox
form movement, before he entered
the ministry and led this movement
in Clarendon county. He was
elected to the Legislature in 1892 is
and led the prohibition forces in
the House during that year. In
1892, he established the Sumter
Herald. For some time he edited La
the Manning Times. He was ad- dr(
mitted to Conference in i894. the
DR. JAMES H. CARLISLE the
Has Been Connected With Wofford College wil
Since Its Foundation. his
Probably the leading Methodist
att
en(
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rer
cor
fan
to
lea
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ter
&
Do
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DUNICAN- - ... wai
Ne'
in South Carolina today is Dr. Jas.
H. Carlisle. And there is no man
>f any denomination more gener- Ne
dly beloved and esteemed by all Cin
who know him.
Upon the foundation of Wofford I
ollege nearly a half century ago tio
Dr. Carlisle was chosen professor don
>f mathematics, and has been con
:inuously connected with the insti
utel
:ution since that time. Upon the corn
etirement of Dr. Shipp he was bid<
:hosen president, which position he Nber
Leld until a year ago, when much -
o the regret of the friends of the S
:ollege, he voluntarily retired. He shir
don
still, however, retains a professor- for
ship, and his great personality is be
Sen
dini
posi
mar
Met
a s tast
31
at
amt(
and
- less
pay
A]
~ECKWITH.
till an important factor in the
~rowth and development of the
ollege.
L1..0. F.
PULASKI LODGE NO. 20. N
M1E ETh EVERY FRIDAY NIGH T
.L..at 7 30 o'clock at their ball at the
raded Sehool building. Visitors cor-M
ially invited.
COLE. L. BLEASE, N. G. Ie<
T. S. Hudson, Secretary.
MUST BE
IN EVERY
W
HOME IN .
NEWBERRY
The following druggists requests the th
holders of MUIRNA coupons to bring ra
them in at once and secure absolute
ly free, the regular size bottle of the
Great Preparation, MURNA WINE.
For sale only by Gilder & Weeks,
Agents. I
- VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Several cases of grip are reported
the county.
Mrs. W. W. Daniel, of Colum
t, is in the city.
Miss Hubbie Bays, of Rock Hill,
visiting Miss Mary Thompson.
Sheriff Buford left yesterday for
lumbia. He will return today.
the disagreeable weather con
ues. Yesterday was a damp bad
Policeman Franklin arrested a
ro yesterday for stealing lard
i bacon.
rwo negro women were arrested
i locked up yesterday charged
:h stealing $45.
Mrs. H. C. Summers, of Pendle
i, is visiting her (laughter, Mrs.
L. Blease.
the matter of getting a suitable
r of horses for the Excelsior Fire
mpany is still in statu quo.
tr. F. H. Hyatt, general agent
the New York Mutual Life
urance Company, is in the city.
rwo false fire alarmns in one week
a pretty bad record. But, the
's are always ready to answer the
Is.
Dr. Geo. B. Cromer will go to
urens today to deliver an ad
:ss, having been invited there by
city schools.
he amount of mail handled at
Newberry postoffice this week
1 probably be the greatest in the
tory of the offce. .
- t
dtr. Tom Harrell., who has been t
ending a tobacco farm in Flor
e the past summer arrived in
wberry yesterday monring. He r
orts a fairly good crop.
'he opera hose mangement is in
respondence with 'Hi Henry, the
ious minstrel man, wh> is likely
ippear here next week.
)r. Robt. J Vidett:s, one of the I
ling Chicago sales:men, called on
e Herald and News in the in
st of his firm's (E. C. DeWvitt
Co.) famous remedies. The
tor is a Georgian and well
lified for the position he holds
SPECIAL NOTICES.
0 TO J. P. COOK FOR CHEAP
-Groceries.
[AVE YOUR COLLARS AND
Cuffs right up to the scratch. No -
ting, no disappointment at the
vberry Steam Laundry.
ANTED - Manager for New
rbranch of our business here in
vberry. Address at once, with ref
ices, Alfred Mori:is, Wholesaler,
innati, Ohio. 1t.
OUR NEIGHBORS KNOW YOU
can learn that the Newberry
un Laundary will give you satisfac
in any thing in their linLe. Why
't; you patronize home people?
ULCTION SALE-I will sell mower,
Sharrow, blacksmith tools, farfn
sils, about one hundred bushels of
1 and other articles to the highest
ler at Robert Boulware's place, in
8 Township, on Thurda, Deeem- [
4, at 9a. m. John Herbert.
)ME OF THE SEA.SONS JOYS
are a nicely laundryed collar and
t. You can have them beautifully ,
at the Newberry Steam Laundry
a mere song. Then, too, you will
elping a worthy home industry.
sible people will see the point.
AhFE DINING ROOM.-Meals can
be had at all hours at the Cafe
ng room on West Main street,o
t Klettner's. Always the best the
ket affords at very mcderate prices. a
ls served in any style to suit any
e. Fresh oysters always on hand. b
McKenzie & Son.
[ ONEY TO LOAN-We negotiate
loans on improved farm lands
seven per cent. interest on
unts over one thousand dollars,
eight per cent. interest on amounts
than $1,000. Long time and easy
ments. Hunt, Hunt & Hunter,
Attorneys. --
Clothing, Men's,Youths'
nd Boys', and Ladies
and Children's
Street Hats
A T_C OST.
)W For Your Bread!
-laing an interest in
ills in Tennessee we can
d in prices in flour:
rull Patent - $4.20
dlalf Patent - 3.90
strait - - - -3.(
e have left a few
arrels of lower
trade - - - - 3.25
Dome today. Goods at
ese prices are rnoving
pidly.
loseley Bros.
Leader of Low Prices.
Prosperity, S. C.
Here Is
Something
Here is something we I
and read carefully. We we
about the good quality of oui
)ur low prices, and we wan
(ou right here that we never
rnd price. No matter how
auality is still there--everyti
tandard quality. Here is or
>f our success: We make i
ill times and the character
use so high that any buyer
)f us. We are specialist ir
:omprise
Dry goods, Dress goods, Si
White goods, Trir
Embroideries, Laces, Whit
Flannel, Embroiderec
ierchiefs, Hosiery, Uuderw
Domestics,, Jeans, Calic
Bleachings, Shirtings, Outi
Ladies Wraps, Lace C
>anes, Yankee Notions.
In fact our large stock comprises a]
tsk for, all priced to suit you. Millin
oints in all grades, cheap to very fine,
his department. Some solid, good sh
ell shoddy. Men's Shoes, Women'
irls' Shoes, Baby Shoes. Let us
cather Shoes, the kind that look wel
noderately.
Walk Over Shoes for Men,
Autoao SI
legina Shoes for Women,
Ideal SI
Come and examine
YOU RS
Almost every one has discos
ells the best goods for the I
Ne Are Doing 1hi
lecause we sell more goods
Same goocds for les
And you may always count upon getting
ay of
Iy Goods, Notions, Shc
Gents'FPu
Sthe very lowest pr;ices.
Come and inspect our line and we will
fth pleasant and profitable to you, and don't
WOOTE
SThe Place Where You Get Youl
SAIG.1(LET1
20 yds. Sea Island Cloth a
At 0. KLETTNER'S, At(
80 lbs. Special Drive T wist Chew- 11 lba
Sing Tobaceo at only 25c. per lb. ___
At 0. KLETTNER'S, - A
ipackages (16 oz each) Wash. Fruit
Sing Powders at only 25c. A
At 0. KLETTN ER'S, 30O0
Mason's Fruit Jars-1 doz. j gals. $.
Sat 99c., 1 doz qts. at 73c.
A0.KLETTNER'S, A
100 pairs Children's Slippers 13b
worth $1.25 at only 61c. a pair. only
At 0. KLETTNER'S, At I
12 lbs. Arm and Hammer Keg 4 bo
Soda at only 25c.___
At 0. KLETTNER'S, . hi
10 y ds. 40 in. Heavy Sheeting at Chon
only 49c. ato
AT 0. KLET'1
- A Fair and Squre Deal
FL VALUE FOR YC
want you to read,
mnt to talk to you
merchandise and
t to impress upon
separate quality
low the price, the
iing we sell is of
e of the elements
the price so low at
of our merchan
Ban offord to buy
our lines which
lks, Velvets,
amings, Buttons,
e and RedI
I Flannel, Hand
ear, Corsets,
oes, Homespuns,
ngs, Flanelette,
urtain, Counter
most anything you may
ery is one of our strong
We can please you in
oes for all. We do not
s Shoes, Boy's Shoes,
fit your feet in solid
[1, wear well and cost
oes for Women,
isoe for Children.
our stock.
TR ULY,
rered that Wooten
3ast money and
: Business
for same money!
s money!
everything you want in the
le8,
roishings, etc.,
endeavor to make your visit
forget
r Money's Wofh.
NEWS,
t 'only 49 cents.
). KLETTNER'S,
s. good Rio Coffee for $1.00.
). KLETTNER'S,
Jar Rubbers at only 4e. doz.
). KLETTNER'S,
iairs Ladies' Slippers worth
0 going at 69c. a pair.
). KLETTNER'S,
osa Good Washing Soap at
25e.
). KLETTNER'S,
es of Star Lye at cil. 25c.
). KLETTNE
a, Plates, Cups rs
Ly 10e. worth ch.
NE RS,
Everytime. -
UR MONEYV

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