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KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Meeting of Grand Lodge at Beau
fort-Newberrians In Attend
Beatort. S. C.. May 19. 1005.
The grand .-fdge . Knights n1
Py,::ia, heI a .arge and very int.r
est"ng me'g- in Rleaufort on Ved
nes'aV. An imp,rtant nmasure was
passed looking to the permznent 1'
cation of future meetings which was
referred :o a committ, c. mp sed oi
three past grand chance!lors with in
structions t) report a: next years
meeting,-H. T. Thiompso Ln. Colum
bia: C. C. Sims. Barnwell: Geo. S.
The following :fficers were elect
ed for the enuing year:
Grand chancellor. B. A. Morgan.
Greenville: grand vice chancellor. M.
Rutledge Rivers. Charleston: grand
prelate, M. L. Smith. Camden: grand
keeper of records and seals, Rev. J.
H. Thornwell. Fort Mill: grand ma3
ter of exchequer, Wilson G. Harvey:
Charleston: grand master-at-arms
W R. Bristol. Beaufort: grand inner
guard. G. McIntyre. Marion: grand
outer guard, G. W. King. Timmons
ville: supreme representative J. H.
Sumter was chosen as the next
place of meeting.
Very complimentary resolutions
were passed to Grand Chancellor J.
A. Summersett for his efficient ser
vices during the past year. The
grand officers were all duly installed
this afternoon. Very hearty resolu
tions were passed thanking the locaf
lodge and the people of Beaufort for
their very courteous, complimentary
and hospitable treatment, their stay
here being greatly enjoyed. The
usual committees were appointed by
the grand chancellor.
The past grand chancellors in at
tendance are: Gov. D. C. Hevward,
Columbia: J. H. Thayer. Charleston:
C. M. Patrick. Augusta: Edmund
Bacon, Spartanburg: WN. C. Hughes,
Charleston: C. C. Sims. Barnwell: J.
M. Knight. Sumter: Altamont Moses.
Sumter: \Wn. Goldsmith. Greenville.
and Prof. A. G. Rembert of Wofford
college. Past Grand Chancellor
Bacon was electe(* grand chancellor
at this place in 1894 and since that
time he has been zealously working
in the ranks of the order.
The business being cor.cluded the
grand lodge ad.journed sine die to
Those who were in attendance from
Newberry have returned home.
We are indebted to President D. B.
Johnson for an invitation to the
Commencement exercises of Wijn
th rop Normal and industrial college,
ti be held June 4-6. The program
is as follows:
Sunday, June 4.
11 a. m. Sermon before Y. WV. C. A.
8.30o p. m. Baccaianrerte Sermon by
Rev. E. WV. Smi:h. D). D.. G;reen!sborO.
Monday June 5.
10 a. mn. Inspection (if buildings and
8.30 p. m. Joint celebration of
Tuesday, June 6.
10 a. m. Alumna.e reunion.
1I a. m. Address to Alumnae by
Hon. E. D. Smith, Sumter. S. C.
6 p. mn. Daisy chain procession.
8.30 p. m. Address to graduating
class by Hon. M. F. Ansel, Green
ville, S. C.
Awarding Diplomas and Certifi
Mr. Cannon G. Blease spent Wed~
nesdav in Columbia.
Prosperity and Clinton were wvell
represented at the ball c'ame T"es.
Mr. Earle Jones. . Fair2eld. re
turned home after spending several
days wvith his sister in the country.
A horse after being unhitched
from a harvestirg macnine en last
Wednesday wandered into a hornets
nest on the on:kir:- of the :-n
displeased wi- i the hornets he ran
throug~h town as a runaway. For
tunately no damage wa~s done.
.Success of a Newberry Boy.
Mr. Ernest Folk, the half -brothc:
of D)r. I. K. Gilder, is onew or the New
b)erry boys who is makinge a ce
of he Fie. -\f:er his graduatioin from
Newherr college as the first honor
man of his class, h- taught scho,
.n Texas for a time and the enterre
'ale college. and was graduate
rom that ins:itution, ranking amon
lie IIrst fifteen in his class. Lat<
!e received his -Master's degree froi
For 'omie time past lie has bee
nectedi with the Interference d<
atmnt ltol the atent office
ahi1nton, in a judicial positioi
'-as attained an enviable reput,
tioi ,)r his knowledge of the pater
'W and has accepted an offer froT
he well known patent attorneys c
Chicago. Barton and Tanner. to, er
ter their office. Just as soon as h
writes up his decisions in a numbe
,f cases upon which he is now worl,
i:g, he will move to Chicago. prol
ably about June i.
His experience leading, to his cor
iiection with Barton and Tanner i
a very interesting one. Mr. Foll
about two months ago sat at th
hearing of a very important case i
which two rival companies wer
Ighting over a telephone inventior
Barton and Tanner represented th
Vestern Electric company, one of th
parties to the suit. Mr. Folk wrot
the decision in the case. which wa
afftirmed by the court above, and hi
.ecision of a number of very difficul
questions was referred to in a mos
:omplimentary may -by the highe
court. As the result of his evidenc
.-f skill and ahility in this case th
* r came from Barton and Tannei
jr. Folk has also been solicited ti
umer into partnership in a new firn
of patent attorneys to be formed ii
Vashington in the fall.
His many friends in Newberr
U! be gratified to learn of his suc
c-s; and expect it to continue and in
The Spartanburg Herald of Thurs
day says. Sheriff M. M. Buford, a
Newberry count, arrived in le cit:
yesterday. and will carry back wi:]
him today Ed. Hartman, colored. whi
is wan:ed there for violating contrac1
and who was arrested here by Deput,
Sheriff White. Sherikt Buford is a1
efficient and vigilant 4ficial and ;
gentleman who enjoys much popular
ity. He is impressed with Spartan
burg evervtime he visit; the place
and thinks the ci-v has a great fu
The library rooms will be opent t<
the members 'in Mondays, Tuesday
ami Friday's from 4:30 to 7:30 p. m
.u'mi on Saturday nmorning from 9:3
Death of Mrs. James I. Campbell.
The emtire commun ityw was shock~
ed oin yesterday moring n at th
announcenment cif the death of Mrs
' Camb. thee wife ofl 'ur fellia
I 'n.,man. M\lr. James I. Camps.el
was kno'wn that she was seriouts
1.bh:t her nmost intimate friend
:'lea :he' end was soc near.
hewas quite ill for a few dlays th
!a-: week of April. bu: attende
chiurch on Sundav. Last week sh
was taken seriously ill and suffere
nensely until Tuesday night. May<
at 15 minutes to 8 o'clock when he
wveet gentle spirit returned to th
G-- who~li. gave it.
Mrs. Campbell was the younges
dlaughter of Maj. M. Btice of thi
She was married the 3rd of Jun<
405 and wvas brought to the colon
cily a bride. Mrs. Campbell gave he
life C GM while young and in
the Missionary Baptis: church. Sh
nis one of the most earnest worker
n te church here. As Longfello,
aid: "Her's was a beautiful soul
She w'as a dutiful daughter, a
cibedientL andi devoted wvife, a fond an
She was conscious abr'.ost to ti
cat n knew that she was soon t
k::v her b-'vecd onues. But not
fer r d oubt ever crossedj her mii
'e died in full triumph 'f the fail
a'd is now resting in her everlastin
Shet. survived by her fathe
v,ther. rother andl sisters, husban
a-- :wi children. whlo have the svn
-h fthe entire commumitv.
The funeral wl b- co nducted
- Bnpt ist chu irch thIiis af ternoo 0011
''-1pa:' Rev. C. WV. Minor' at .4:
1l e:it:ermtent immeidiateiv af e
Iar in '.Lvertrvcen Cemeery.-Fit:
tterald. Ga., Citizen.
:) STATE FEDERATION.
, W omen's. Clubs In Convention. at
g Union-Mrs. W. K. Sligh, of
'T of Newberry Presides.
L o-ely weath;er and lovely w\omlen
beam iully gw-ned made an excep.
11.nv fair scene in Union on Wed
L d a as the treets were thronged
xith stylish turounts filled with dele
L -ate- to the Federation of Women's
n Pmrnptly at io 'clock the con
if ention wa called in orer by th
.. president. Mr,. WX. K. Sligh. of New
i)crry. After an eloquent invocaiol
rb Rev. A. G. Wardlaw of the First
Presbyterian church. formerly of
Charleston. addresses of welcomie
were delivered by Mayor R. L. Mc..
Nallv. Rev. D. M. McLeod and Mrs.
s B3. G. Clifford. in behalf respectively
% of the city. churches and clubs, to
, hich Mrs. C. C. Featherstone of
n Laurens gracefully responded.
e The credentials committee reported
4. clubs represented by &S delegates.
e and besides this there are a number
e of other lady visitors in the city.
e Miss Louisa Poppenheim. Charleston,
s chairman of committee on rules. re
s ported five rules to govern the pres
t ent convention. which were adoptel.
t The report of the president. Mrs.
r Sligh-. was enthusiastically received.
e Among other things she recommend
e ed that the state be divided into dis
tricts for more effective work and
a that the pure food bill before the sen
1 ate be endorsed.
Cotton Seed Crashers Meet.
The Interstate CotLon Seed Crush
- ers' association opened its annual
- session in New Orleans on Tuesday.
with a large attendance. President
C. FitzSimons of Columbia, S. C.,
presided. In his annual report the
"I believe that we are all agreed
that over production of mills-more
mills than there is seed to crush-is
our chief trouble and that we are to
day in about the same position that
linseed oil reached years ago. The
first effect of this condition is to
make a scramble for seed at unprofi
table prices. based on the prices of
nroducts, for the best 6o or go days of
the season. The second and equally
zerious result is that we can and do
put double volume of the manufac-.
tur':d products on the markets of the
world in a given time than we did ten
years a go. Is it any wonder that a
vast proportion of our oil goes for the
lowest and basest of uses-the soap
Mr. FitzSimons suggestd a legis
lative committee and that through it
th govrnen be permitted to have
its consuls make special reports and
e m. estigations on the uses of cott on
seid products and on the amount of
sui h produts~ consuimed in foret.r"
3HAVE YOU READ
d The Baltimore American savs.
e "D theme of Mr. Seabrook's b'nk
dis one in which all intelligent peuple
), m,tst be interested, and sooner or lat
rer all who learn to know the value of
e jthe little volume will want to read
t The Lutheran Observer says: "It
s is an impressive book, sympathetic in
Its imterpretations of the yearnings of
, s(orrowing hear:s and strong in its re
y sponses. It is a book that will find
r a welcome in every home where there
d is longing for
e "The touch of a vanished hand.
s5 An'd the sound of a voice that is still."
vThe Publishers say: "This book will
"prov'e a source of comfort to those ini
n serrow, will strengthen the faith of
d thoIse in doubt. and will confirm the
h pe of those who trust."
eMr. John A. Chapman. Athor, in:
0 the H-erald and News says: "This
a boo)0k has given mec so much pleasur
I. that I must wvrit-: a few lines to give
h er:pression to the hope that others
g may read and share the pleasure that
I enjoyed. The reading of this book~
,gave rme so much satisfaction, peac
d n ofort that I was sorry when T
-undthe last page and saw that T
it Pr ce I-10 at
Death of a Baby.
One of the twin babies of Mr. and
Mrs. T. XV. Moon. of West End. (lie(
on \Wednesday and was buried yes
terday mirning at Vest End ctme
tery. The fineral was conducted by
past(-rs Graves and Burton.
Closing Exercises of Hoge School.
The ;ollwing exercise- wil! h
held in )liller Chapel A. 31. E.
church on Sunday. Mlay 28, at : I
i. The anmial sertion bv Rev. G.
W.dnesday. June 1. 8:30 pi. n-.
Rhetorical Contest by Ninth grade.
Thursday. June 2. 8:30 p. m.
Graduating exercises and the annual
address by Rev. 0. M. Bonfield.
R. V. Nance. Principal.
Farmers Oil Mill.
At a meeting of the stockhoidcrs
of the Farmers Oil mill held in the
court house yesterday morning Ir.
Allan Johnstone was made chairman
and Dr. W. C. Brown, secretary. The
following directors were elected:
H. H. Evans, J. S. Dominick, Dr.
W. D. Senn, Geo. C. Glasgow, H. T.
Fellers. Allen Johnstone, N. Block,
jno. C. Hipp. H. 0. Long.
Immediately after :le adjournmer.
of the stockholders meeting the boar(i
of directeors met and elected H. H.
Evans president and J. H. Wicker
Preside-it Evans stated to the stock
holders that the twenty thousand do!
lars the borrowing of which had beei
authorized by a former meeting had
been secured at the interest rate of j
N-ver judge a man's worth by :ha:
a woman'values him at in a :)reacih of
Don't think because a irl giggics a
everything a man says that shc ha -;
keen sense of humor.
A man's bump of imagination mi t
be well developed to enab;- h.m i
write an interesting lov,: letrr.
Dr. 1. E. Crimm, the
well known Eye Spec
ialist, will be in New
berry Monday, May
22nd. for 10 days or'
posiUvoy not icng'r
If you have trou.b e
your ey:.s and ~ P
p t work, don't~< 1
C D - -
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If it is not, don't you think
into conditions, a'nd remodel or re
You cannot have too many s
self and family, especially the gi
S plumbing is as dangerous to the h4
is beneficial. Better by far to pa
than for doctor bills resulting frc
Unquestionably the best b
famous "Standai'd" Porcelain Enar
is unconditionally guaranteed by ti
our showrooms. A conference w~
Special Za.es Via A. C. L.
L'.:i.rcle, Ky.. June 14 to 16, 1905
Onv cent pcr mile for distance trav
:led. pl:s -- cents. Rate from New
,ery. S. C., $t. -ia Atlanta fnr
thz re':: trip. Tic'ct- on cale Junc
1. 1,' T M . '
;e ob ained by depositing tickets witLh1
i:;t Age-;-. Lonisville, and paymenr
o* each licket.
hivile B.each. N. C.-On ac
count of Srmmr School. tune 15 t4
21. fo.5. ickets to Wilmington, N.
.. wi: be sold June 14. to 17, with
inal limit June 24. for one first class
fare. plus 23 cents. for the round trip.
Rate from ')wberry to Wiimington.
N. C., and return, $7.33.
For a,' 'her inf: -azi" write H.
M. Emcrson, Traffc Managcr. nr W.
T. Crig Gn:er::1 P-ssenger A gen:
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feguards for the health of your
owing children. Bad or antique
1th as good or modern p!umbing j
out money for good j-lumbing
defective sanitary equipment.
The cost of
renewing your h
ings "nd !.a slight
extra expense of
1obtaining the best
wilin rert be
a saving n
SA .in repa!r
athroom equipment made is the
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