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LUTHERANS IN SESSION.
Synod in Columbia Last Week-Otticers Go Re-Elected-Delegates United Synod. Other Matters. The South Carolina Synod of the EvangelicalLutheran Church met in fir its 79th annual session last week in St. Mark's church, Columbia, the ye Rev. W. H. Greever, pastor. coi The meeting was well attended tot and the session was pleasant and sh profitable. an President Z. W. Bedenbaugh in an hi annual report reviewed the work of the past year, showing that it gr, had been one of the most fruitful shi years in the history of the synod. we The old officers were re-elected, un as followF President, Rev. Z. W. pr< Bedenbaugh, Prosperity; Vice-presi- thi dent M. 0. J. Kreps, Augusta; Secretary, Rev. S. C. Ballentine, pr< White Rock; Treasurer, A. H. the Kolin, Columbia. wa DlI.,GATXs TO UNITHD SYNOD. do This Synod is entitled to io min isterial and to lay delegates to the hen United Synod, of which it is a part. This latter body meets in New Market, Va., next J uly. The fol- let lowing are the delegates ! ev Il Ministers-Revs. W. L. Seabrook, h M. 0. J. Kreps, Z. W. Bedenbaugh, ass J. D. Kinard, S. T. Hallnan, J. of W. Horine, W. K. Sligh, W. H. an Greever, J. A. B. Scherer, C. l. pr Weltner. bl Lay Delegates-Dr. George B. Cromer, A. H. Kohn, John T. re Ficken, J. XV. Jenny, W. P. Hou- les, seal, E. H. Aull, J. J. Lown, J. S. of Easterby, J. L. Shnler, E. 0. hat Hentz. sac Alternates--Ministers: Revs. J. to J. Long, C. P. Boozer, S. C. Bal lentine, S. 1. Neese. R. 1. Living ston, Geo. S. 3earden, C. A. Freed, J. 1). Shealy, W. A. Lutz, J. A. Sligh MIS Lay Delegates-0. B. Mayer, T. S. Sease, R. B. Epting, A. G. Wise, J. C. Seegers, E. 11. Johiz, thi A. 1). Haltiwanger, H. II. Folk, Car Jno. ). Cappleman, W. E. Sease. tio Rev. W. L,. Seabrook of New berry was elected advisory member to the united synod mission board. Ro NMwBERRY COLLEGH TRUST-OtS The committee for that purpose flui made the following nominations for the trustees of Newberry -ollege: Ri( Rev. J. A. Sligh, L,. S. Bowers, Ali D. B. W'heeler, Rev. Z. W. Beden- wa baugh, Geo. S. Mower, Rev. W- mo L. Seabrook, C. M. Efird, 0. B. an' Mayer, M. G. G. Scherer, Rev. J. en< D). Kiniard, R. 0. H-entz,, Rev. S. ord T. Hallman, 0. L. Schumpert, J. F. Ficken, J. C. Seegers, WV. A Ine, Moseley, A. H. Kohni, J. XV. Jeni izec ny, Rev. WV. C. Schaeffer, Y. J. Pr< Pope, Rev. C. P. Boo-zer, Rev. J- in D. Bowles, J. D). Cappehnan, A. F. is:, Lever. sIn These nominations were unani- rid mously adopted. As will be seen tic by those conversant with the work- be< ings of the college, the personuel of the board remains much as it has ad< been. be< TrREASURER's IEPORT. tinl The treasurer of the syn.od, Mr. ex A. H. Kohn, madec his report, thn which showed that the synod had WV expended for missions $r,o5i 03;st for Orphans' home $142.20; for Orphans' home $1 42.20; for synod $2,978.74; for seminary $234.97;Le for beneficiary education $35 The time and place of the next a meeting of synod w.as fixed. The ( p)lace is tihe Lutheran church in - Orangeburg; time, WVednesday be- his fore the second Lord's (lay in No- gal vembler, 1904, at IO a. 1n. yOU Many Mothers of a Like Opinion. Mrs. P'ilmner, of Cordova, Iowa, says: a "4One of my children was subject to croupl of a severe type, and the giv- 1s 1 ing of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy g promiptly, always brought relief. Many mothers in this neiglhJorhoodl think the na same as 1 (10 about~ this remledy and1( want no) other kind for their children." For sale WN. 10. l'elham & Son, New berry, S. C., and1( Prosperity D)rug Co. sl I'moei,- S. C.el THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION. vernor Heyward, Conforming To The President's Proclamation, Sets Apart Thursday, the 26th Gov. Heyward has issued his st Thanksgiving proclamation: "The closing days of another ar are upon us and the time has ne when, according to the cus n of our people, a special day 1ll be set apart for thanksgiving d praise to God for His mercies I His care. "There are many reasons why ititude to the great Father of all >uld be in our hearts and surely should be glad to thankfully ite in the service of giving ex :ssion, in prayer and praise to s gratitude. 'In conformity, therefore, to the >clamation of the president of ! United States, I, D. C. Hey rl, governor of South Carolina, hereby appoint and set apart ursday, the 26th clay of Novem , 1903, as a general thanksgiv Let all public offices be closed, I private business and labor of t ry kind cease, and with no tin lowed thought, let the people emble in their accustomed places ,vorship and let all give thanks i praise for mercies past, with yers for a continuance of these ssings through days to come. 'Let this day be marked by iembrance of the poor, the help and the fatherless; let no voice ,ympathy be dumb, no generous id withhold in making the red time a day of thanksgiving e ill.'' SHE RIDES LIKE A MAN. f s Alice Roosevelt Astride Causes Inter- 4 est in Washington. \ dispatch froim Washington says t Miss Alice Roosevelt has dis dled the side sad(dle and conven .1al habit, and now rides in di. ed skirts. iL ['he announcement that Miss t asevelt was receiving instructions - the new style of riding caused a :ter among Washingtonians, but President's daughter and Mrs. ler who has been te-whing Miss ce how to sit on a horse the new y, now pass through the parks uited astride without causing more comment than the pres e of the President's daughter inrly provokes. lIiss Roosevelt's adoption of the a fashion will doubtless popular it in Washington, where the asident's family exert so much luence. Her newv riding costume modest one of blue cloth, and has char'ged to the new style of ing ini such unostentations man that criticism of her course has mi avoided. WVashington has been slow in >ptinlg this fashion, wvhich has mi popular in the West for a long ec. Miss Mason, daughter of Senator Mason, of Illinois, was first woman prominent in shington society to adopt this le of riding. er to W. W. Cromer, Newvberry, S. C ear Sir: Good yarn: How we got nt at Delhi, N. Y. ladstone & Paine were agents for -- ; we mustn't tell names. wanntedl 'em. Paine was painting big Colonial house. Said it took 10 ons of white for the trim. e' sent him 10 gallons and said: if get it all on, no pay: if you have lft, return it and pay fur the rest. eed. [e returned four gallons and took the nicy. Four or five years ago. lie wsnwthat his old Faint was and( dlulterated; that's wh y it took ten onis to equal six of ours. o by the name; there is but one w to go by: D evoe le'ad-[and-zine. Yours truly, I'. W. Di.oi: & Co., New Yor~k. S.- Thle Newvberry Hardware Co., Clothi I am !oitlg ont of tho Clothing : ing the entirtA stock on the market W I have decilted to devote the space nr youR minds to one thing and that is ) and Children's Clothing thrown on ti Suits and Children's Suits at cost. I Men's aid Boy's Odd Pants at cost. No goods exchanged. no goods on ap 20 Case Never in the history of this store iave we been ini a position to offer ou guch grand valus in Men's Hats. 50 doz Men's Hats, all style-, LINENS FO 5 pes. 72 in. Gmrman Linen, doub'e 1oom1 Bleached, worth $1 50, for his sale 98c. Our C0 We place on sale Wednesday mo inest line of Jackets ever shown i Dive us Your Five Thousand Pairs Ladies' Kid our choice at Mimanaugh's 98c a pair Shoes B, And still they come. I just open ore you buy your shoe bill. A Car I The Biggest 50 large Trunks worth all over owi $2.50, Mimniaugh's price $1.73 I 50 large Trunks worth all over own $3.00, Mimnaugh's price $2 43. "AloH Mn's Undershirts OO UUZI 75c to go this woo ach. 100 doz. Ladies' Undervests w Jnderwear to go at haif price. Ialf Wool, R i00 Art Squares this week $2 98. 100 Art Sqnares this wveek $5 98. iOO Parasols and Umbrellas w long as they last 98c.~ TAKE A DAY ipper Carolina to choose from, but you1 o you as is possible for you to find. If MIM The L.eader In Four REAL ESTATE BOUGHT_AND SOLD MONEY TO LOAN On Ea&sy Terms AND) For Long Periods. \. few more Shares of the first series Stock 1Jane Loall anl Triit Co. Ja y b)e secured. A pply to See'y and TIreas., Newberry, S. C. NEIl HE urcienice lot of Kentucky horses. Call nd( see theum. A. L. I(NIGII'mN &, mO TAIRTLI] ig Stat Btiti . I i have v doeidpd to m%lk as qtii odns4day moring at prime New York ec 1W ocIlpiel by Clothin.! to another depar 'on will not be distppoimted. Five t hom to market. at awtual first. cost, everythir 'ive hundr.od Men's Overcwts it actu'd Salo starts Wodriesday morning and vil probation. Every item for spot csh. S of Men worth $1 50, for this sale 98c. au 50 doz. Men's Hats, all styles, yI worth $2 00, for this sale $1 35. on 20 doz. Men's Stiff Hats in Black T R THANKSGI 10 pes. 70 in. full Bleached all m Linen Damask, the 75c kind for 48c. fo 300 Table Linen Remnants, 221 A iak Depe -ning ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS v a the town. Now is your chance to bu Hand for Your Gloves, all shades and Black and Whit( y The Ca ed up 25 cases Monday morning. If yo -oad of Trunk Sale Ever Held in 35 large Trunks worth all over t town $4.00, Mimnaugh's price $2 95. to' 25 large Trunks worth all over town $5 00, Mimnaugh's price $3 79. to1 worti ~0- to go this week 25c each. 2( k . . 200 doz. Ladies' Undervest go this week 221c each. A -ight Patterns, 600 Art Squares this week $3 98. A big lot of Rags to go at half price. nrth $1.50 and $2.00 and soe ' ~And bring your family to my si iave every convenience towards nmaking yoi for any reason your purchase is not satisfac NAUC I.ines---Dry Goods, Millinery, Clo1 Going out of business by January 1, 1904. 1 offer my stock of Th JEWELRY, Al WATCHES, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, Ge TABLE CUTLERY, and FANCY GOODS, at Ne NEW - YORK - OOST - PRICE. EDUARD SCHOLTZ,, JE WELER. D men Llc work f it as pissible by throw ,t, and in many instances for less. tmp.nlt. N'w you call make up and dollar'- worth of Men's, Boy's g include(I. Men's Suits, Boy's first cbst. Five thoustnd pairs continue until it is disposed of. s Hats. d Brown worth $1.00 and $1.50, ur choice is long as they last for ly NENTY FIVE CENTS EACH. VING DAY. and 3 yard lengths just received r Thanksgiving to go at half price. big line of Doilies and Napkins to Ltch. irtment. ,orth of Cloaks and Jackets, the r a fine Jacket for a Little Money. Fall Gloves. worth all over America $1.25, r Load. Li wiant to save money see us be Trunks. the Town. 15 large Trunks worth all over vn $ 50, Mimnaugh's price $4.49. 10 large Trunks worth all over vn $10, Mimnau,h's price $i.24. 10 doz Men's Undershirts worth s worth 20c to go this week 10c big line of Misses' and Children's Fast Colors. 700 Art Squares this week $4.89. worth $2.50, your choice as ore. in dealing with me you not base and have the largest line in r shopping as pleasant and prontable tory come anQ, let me know why. H's, hing and Shoes. Get the Best? bscribe to The ewFhrry Herald and News andl e best county newspaper e best general and St ate newvspaper, the telegraph, State and general ews you can read. op up with the news of the world, he nation, the State and your county. t the two for a song- only Two Dol ars for a year's subscription to both E SEMI-WEEKLY HIERALD) AND NEwS. and E SEMI--WEEK L,Y NEwS AND COURIER. (ou know all about The Herald and ws. 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