Newspaper Page Text
3WS OF PROSPERrY.
XrE nk at Grace Sunday School-Mrs.
Piosperity, January 20.-A very
attractive feature at the Sunday
school of .Grace Evangelical Luth
cran church on last Sunday morn
ing was the a.ppearance of Mrs.
E. C. Cronk, of the Atlanta Luth
eran mission. She announced that
her talk was especially intended
for the children, yet all the school
rec6ived'it with attentive, and as
results show, with open minds.
She was not here especially to ask
for anything, but incidentally men
tioned their plan for placing the
memorial windows for their pro
posel Atlanta chdrch, and Grace
Stnday-school pledged one. No
ekort was made,tp raise the money
then, but four persons have volun
teered five dollars each.before leav
ing the church.
The school district citizens' meet
ing came off as scheduled, January
19. It is pleasant to know the in
terest The Herald and News has in
our general welfare as manifested
by having a repr5sentativc, Mir.
J. K. Aull, at the meeting.
Mrs. J. F'. Browne's musical re
ci(al on last Friday evenin'. at
tracted more than the scating ca
pacity of the hall. The first effect
was pleasing ; the drawing of the
curt -iini presented an array of beauty
which appealed to the eye. That
which followed and which appealed
to the inteligence and musical taste
of tile audience was not less pleas
Rev. W. A. Lutz and Mrs. J. H1.
Diingelhoef have gone to Salsbury.
N. C., to place Mrs. Dingelhoef
under expert medical treatment.
They may go to Philadelphia.
Geo. Lyles, the barber, will build
on his lot adjoining the town hall.
Mr. Wim. Crumpton has moved
into the Bruce house. He has form
ed a partnership with Mr. Steel
Mrs. J. P. Wise, of Americus,
Ga. , who has been visiting her
sister, Mrs. F. E. Schumpert, has
returned to her home.
Miss Marie Lorick, of Irmo, is
visinig the Misses IIlarm1on.
Mrs. P. Kennedy, of Due West,
is visit ing her mother, NIrs. Vither
Mr. Ira I3oland, of Little Mouln
tainl, was in our city this week.
Dr. J. '. Wheeler's Iew house
is no0w completed and he will move
in this wveek.
ST. PAUL'S ITEMS.
Spirinig Oats Are BeIng Sowvn-F-atl
Oats Not Totally Destroyed By
Cold-- Other Matterst
Slighs, January 21i.-A most ex
cellent sermon was preached by
Pastor Sligh on last Sunday.
Some spring oats are being sown.
The fall sowing of oats have beeni
damaged ei the recent cold but are
not totally destroyed.
The St. Paul's grave yard asso
ciation have elected the following
officers for the ensuing year. Presi
dent, W. S. Sey bt; Vice-president,
T. A Epting; Secretary,J. C. Aull.
The following committees have been
appointed by the president: Yard
Committee-W. H. Kibler, G. B.
Aull, J. WV. Richardson; Soliciting
Committee-Lorick Kibler, J. T.
Kinard, Albert Richardson, J. A.
Counts, 1L. A. Shealy, F. L. Wicker;
Grave Committec -J. J. ICpting.
Mrs. Margaret IEpting and datugh
ter, Miss Studie, have beeni visitin'g
in the comunity at her granid
daughter's, Mr s. 1L. I JEpting.
Mr. J . J. K<ihler is preparing to
buIild a dllhinIg..
MIr. D) II WNicker is p)reparinhg to
rinodlel his house, the old1 Mar garet
Kinard place. [t is grat ifyinig to
noteCM' ine iprove,:ien ts. Th'ey show
TIhe Wainunn's Missionary o ns,
will meet with Mrs. R. - E. Beden.
baugh o1 February 6tl,, at 3 P. in.
*A full attendance of metnbers i
desired, as o'fficers will be electe(
for the ensuing year.
HIIHEST PRICE SINCE WAR.
Cotton Went Up Nearly To 15 On Wednes
'day--Five Million Bales Were Sold.
New York, January 20.-Cottot
prices surpassed all previous record,
since civil war timne again toda5
when March sold at 14.8. May al
14-54 and July at 14.61.
Sales estimated at 5,000,00(
An Alpt Quotation.
The readiness of repartee of Thonat
B. Reed- was never better Illustratet.
thanl on ow occasion When he went tt
visit a friend who lived lit the top of t
long and nai-row ilglit of stairs. iial
way IIp Iteed missed his footing unt
fell to the )ottom. Ilis friend, hear
Ing the racket, rushed to the door all(
oiouted down thw seilidarkness of thl
hall, "Who Is that?'"
""'is Hiser rolIllinlg rapidly,'" dr.3wIm
the ial from Mainle as le plelcod him
Likie thev Intainl, which the luldiall:
called "the whilt. man:111's foot" bewcaus
it sprang. up whereveri the whites pei
trael. thle chickweel seems to flullov
the track a)' th white coloi.ist, and it
lNew Zf-al:14i tHt Nlaoris cIII it. "ill
i1:11'k ofl' It i fl:-e." Th little flow
er is a SMrt 4)f ba:r11meter. It uom-:
vhiin iiie ww :,ther is -omning, remaini.
closeit if rainl is ill the air.
"Aly Im." sAid tho blind mnanl's hoN
"6ean tvil dinws frim) ponnies anid iic
vis f'roiml (1. u ;,ters Iby hist feeling a
"Iub,"' replied old lHardphist's so
"that's nothiig My pa Can tell th
d.ifferenice b1y the simell."-Chilcago Iet
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY 01 NEWBERRY--12
Francis L. Britt, Plaintiff,
E'zyl hia Gauntt, Dolly Brogden, Eliz;
unter, Polly Gunter, Alfre
Gauntt, Jacob Gauntt, Mrs. Rish
John Lindsay, Henry Lindsay, Fan
ny Lindsay, Eliza Ann Killougi
M artha Ann Johnson, Eloise N at
thews, the heirs at law of Henr
Gauntt, and the heirs at law 0
Isreal Gauntt, whose names an
places of residence are unknown t
Summons for Relief.
yrOU ARE llEREBY SUMMONEI
. and required to answer the com
plaint in this act ion which is filed in th,
olice of Clerk of Court for said count
State aforesaid, and to serve a Copy.
your aiswer to the said complaint oi
the subscri ber at the law ollice of Lam
bert W. Jones at Newherry, Sout]
Carolina. within twenty days after th,
service hereof; exclusive of the day o
such service; and if you fail to answe
the c'omp;laint within t he time a fore
saidi, the lplainti If in this action willI ap
ply to the Court. for t he relie f demand
i'd in the comlalinit.
I ~ LAMIEl'T W. JONES,
Plaint iff's Attorney.
J)at(h Ot.f Counsel
DatedOct.18, A. D). 1897.
TLo the Defendants. Eliza Gunter, Poll:
Gunter, Mrs. Rish, also the heirs a
law~ of Henry Gauntt and heirs a
law of Isreal Gauntt, wvhose namie
andl places of residence are unknow.
to the Plaintiff:
Take notice that the complaint 11
this action together with the summons
(If which the foregoing is a copy, wer<
filed with the Clerk of the Court o
Common Pleas, for Newberry County
in the State of South Carolina, on th
fourteenth dlay of October, A D. 1899
LAMBERT W. JONES,
Newberry, S. C.
Noice f ilial Settlement and Discharge.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
we will make a final settlement
of the estate of George Doninick, de
ceased, in the Probate Court for New
berry County, S. C., on Friday, the
26th day of February, at 11 o'clock in
the forenoon, and thereafter apply for
JOHN W. DOMINICK,
GEORGE P. DOMINICK,
and JOHN B. HUNTER,
As executors of 'Gco. Dominick, ded'd.
Shakinsr itnds at Frenchl vuneralf.
A nfost painful custom at French
funerals is the posting at the exit door
of the chiurch wherein the ceremoiies
take place of the uale head of the de
ceased person's family, the widower
or the eldest son or brother, whose
duty it is to shake hands with every
person who has been present at the ob
sequies whien once they are over and
peopie are going away. It Is not ett
quette for the gentleman to speak to
anybody, but if he is moved to tears
his weeping is considered a most up
(Served in any Style.)
Or a good meal of any
kind, go to
W HIT E. .
.MULT IPLY I NOG
is considered <
works on the
agents for it her
to take your ord
IF SO A
READY TO RECEIV
and are offering
left over at astonishing
we let you set the pric<
store without a bargai
However, this is not
you. Our buyer, Mrs.J
York perfecting the
and for the two mons
she will keep our stoi
latest thjngs in
NECK WE AL
Everything new and
and New York is theY
The Riser Mill
Las,i store on Main E
by H. E. Todd.
)ne of the best
subject. We are
-e and will be glad
ler for a copy.
rry S. C.
GOT A KEY?m
E OUR CUSTOMERS
the small stock of
ly LOW PRICES. In fact,
3, and nobody leaves the
all that we have to show
Iohnstone, is nov' in New
arrangements for our
ths that she stays there
re supplied with all the
IL S &
pretty that can be found
>lace to find it.
treet fori neriv!occunpied