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THE NEWS OF ST. PAUL
B i)ld Folks bay t<? Be Observed in AueW
list?Lutlier League Meetiis
SiiPfi'i1 r> Tin. T-I(-r:ilil r?nf! X'ftWS.
St. Pauls., June 4.?Rev. V. von A.
x ^iiser. the pastor of St. Pauls church,
preached the q mencenient sermon
last Sunday at Ola", S. C. In his abI
senee Rev. M. G. Riser preached at :he i
" sual hour.
"Old Folks Day'' will be observed I
at St. Pauls on the third Sunday in
Augus;?a long time off yet, but keep i
.it in mind, we expeci 10 uu a. si eat
. d al on this occasion :o make everything
pleasant for the old people who
I > may attend. The pragramme will be j
g Mrs. Margaret Singley, be'ter
w known as "Aunt Peggy," died at tne j
I home of her son-in-law, Mr. W. T.
I Livingston, at Newberry. Mrs. Sing'
ley had been in bad health for some
time and had gone to spwid a while
with her daughter, where she bo
?-.-n^ 1 ? i*11 rl \hp I
came scnyusij' m ana uiw. j
leaves three sons and :hree daughters,
24 grandchildren, one greatgrandchild
and a host of friends and rela*
tives. Mrs. Singley was the mother j
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OX 111 I'? 0 CQllQren, two suus auu v/ii6
daughter having died some years ago
early life. She was married to
(Mr. Melvin Singlev, who preceded her
no the spirit land nine years ago.
ft The interment took place at Bachman
Chapel church Thursday at 11 o'clock, |
I with services by her pastor, Rev Y.
^ von A. Riser.
l Miss Lillian Stone has returned
B^rom the Newberry high school to
jpljspend her summer vacation with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Sone.
4 Mr. Clyde Epting has returned home
(from the Baltimore Den.al College.
Mr. Hugh Epting of Newberry college
is home for his Senior vacation.
Mr. Berly Bedenbaugh .has returned
| from one of his frequent pleasant
visits tc Saluda counry.
j Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wicker spent
Saturday and Sunday wi h relatives
L-s in Saluda county.
* Miss Minnie Livingston and 'Miss
I, Lily Belle Richardson spent Saturday
K night and Sunday with the family of
Mr. Vernon Livingston.
Bt Miss Louise Counts spent last
^ftweek with her sister, Mrs. J. C.
B Baker of the Long Lane section.
Mr. Latimer Shealy and Miss Annie
v Alayer were happily married Sunday, [
t May 31, at the parsonage by Rev. Y.
L Ten A. Riser. Both the bride and
Bfcsroom live in the Little Mountain
^Hcommuni y. We ex:e^d to them our
W Miss Frances Kibler of Prosperi y
I visited the family cf Mr. J. D. H.
h Kibler the past week.
Miss Myrtle Epting has gone to
I' North Carolina to spend the summer.
Mrs. Lizzie Boinest is visiting her
er, Mrs. E. 0. Counts, at Prosit
Tsere has been a good deal of sickL
'ness around here lately, ^I's. Y.
I von A. Riser was quite sick for two j
I or more weeks, bu. is now on the way
L to recovery; Mr. Oscar" Troutman has
been confi/.ed to h:s bed for the past !
two weeks, but is thought tD be im- |
proving. There have been several j
cases of chills and fever in this sec- ,
On account of the commencement j
nf VckTOhprrv eollesre. which
began Sunday, the Lu her League of
St. Pauls did noi meet Sunday night, ;
but will have their regular monthly I
meeting on the second Sunday night I
of this mon:h; at which time Hon. H. j
H. Blease of Newberry will be pres- j
ent and address the young people, j
T?e announcement that Mr. Blease [
,will be present is enough said to as- j
^sure all that they will be sure to hear j
a- fine and interesting address, beneficial
to both old and young. Ex-!
ercises will begin at S:30 p. m. All j
visitors are welcome to these services.;
f Churchmen in Many Stiites Will Help j
Make >'ew Columbia Magazine?
Staff Will Meet So?h# j
The State, 5;n.
Official a-nnouncement was mauc;
yesterday :hat The American Lu^^keran
Surcey had picked its editorial i
Hid business staff and would publish !
^ first issue October 28, and from ,
rjfcen od would appear weekly. Picked
men from many sections of tae United
States, represening many languages, i
typ.es and bodies o: men, have ac- j
cepted with unanimity the offers ox- j
ten^pd by the Rev. W. H. Greevcr,
fD. 1)., to be connected wi:.h this newweekly,
which propeses o give a
Christian interpretation of the issues ;
and conditions of the times, and to j
cover :he field of human interest and !
Strong Staff Assembled.
The editorial etaff is as follows:
General resident editors?The Rev.
W7 H> D.. D.; of- Columbia,
the Rev. Walter -E.~" Schuette of To- i
ledo. Ohio, and: the Rev. George T. j
Rvgh of Xor'hfield, bo U re-!
view s aff?The Rev. C. Arniajid Mil-!
ler, 1). D.. of P/jiladelpjia and the j
Rev 1). H. Baiisliii, 1). 1)., of Spring- i
*?/-.!/I .L"ir\o vtntnnf rvt% UiA<rf M - !
V/iliU % \Jl 1/ivj-iiM I
phies?The Rev. Henry K. Jacobs, j
I). L).. of Mt. Airy, Philadelphia; staff j
o: consulting editors?The Kev. L. G.
Abrahanison, D. I)., of R >ck Island,
111., the Rev. W. H. T. Dau, D. D., of
St. L'juis, and the Rev. M. Reu, D. D.
of Dubuque, Iowa.
The business staff is composed of
tho fnl 1 r*winpr wpll known men I
George B. Cromer of Newberry, presiden:
of the corporation; P. H. Haitiwanger
of Columbia, vice president of
the corporation; J. A. Haas of Allentown,
Pa., and F. G. Gotwald of
York, Pa., vice president of the cor
T tTonrv Morms 'Of XP'W- 1
auuu , *j . i-ivui j ^ .
berry, president of Xewberry college;
H. M. Miller of Columbia, treasurer
of the corporation; A. H. Kohn of Columbia,
chairman of t.he board of directs;
the Rer. George J. Gongaware
of Charleston, secretary of the
board of direetors; P. C. Price of Columbia,
member of the board of di- j
rectors; Kenneth Baker of Green- j
wood, member of the executive ccm- j
mittee; Robbin Wolf of Pi tsburgh,
member of ihe board of directors, and
W. H. Greever of Columbia, general,
business manager of the corporation.
These man stand for a combined
constituency of a'boit 2,500,000 communicants
of the Lutheran church,
and! their acccjptance of the positions
is ;he result of months of travel,
correspondence and consultation. Un
derstandings with th(ise men were
brought about by a recent :rip of Dr. I
Greever, who went to Columbus, Toledo
and Springfield, Ohio; Rock Is- J
land and Chicago, 111.; St. Louis, |
P3 tsburg a'nd Phiadelphia. The
paper represent 12 years of work, I
wi.h concentrated efforts during the j
past year by Dr. Greever. ^
St#ck Widely Distributed.
"Recent mails/' said Dr. Greever '
yesterday, "have brought request for i
stock from such varied points as j
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Pennsylvania, bourn jjaKoia anu nou-1
olulu. We are starting to circularize j
9,080 ministers by way of experiment
in anticipation of a larger c?*npaign.
We expect :o open the initial sub- [
scription list with not less than 5,000 J
subscriptions, and I am expecting 500 !
of these from Columbia. We now
nave a man in the WTest in ihe interest
of circula ion and advertising,
and I have received word from him
that he is favorably considering the !
position of general circulation and j
advertising manager with us. We are
new at work selecting our representatives
in ;he large centres all over the
The American Lutheran Survey will j
be a 52-page weekly of the size of
(The Literary Digest, and will contain
a number of distinct depar ments
intended to cover :he field in which
T'.ie Outlook, The Independent and
others are ;:ow found. It proposes
WliPti Ynnr fill
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Disease Do Noti
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a Complete <
Anil all nthpr Fnrmc of R
AAUM. MM VltlVi A VI
Hot Springs Physicians p
est Blood and Ski
placed on th
Full Course Treatm
| $ 12.50 Single
j We Prepare a Remed
Write us your Troubles. All C
Hot Springs Met
827 1-2 Central Avenue,
f?J VUiUi? IWJ
(J should be "nipped in the lYQ
M bud", fcr if allowed to run I\n
Y unchecked, serious results Y J
U may follow. Numerous
1 cases of consumption, pneu- gs? j
| monia, and other fatal disI
P3CPC ran hp traced hack to I I
a cold. At the first sign of a
cold, protect yourself by
thoroughly cleansing your
system with a few doses of
I the old reliable, vegetable I j
Mr. Chas. A. Ragland, o< I
Madisoa Heights, Va., says: SI
;,I have been using Thed- ||
ml [fords Black-Draught forjji^jy I
] 11 stomach troubles, indiges-H 11 j
AW tion. and colds, and find ittoMM
Afl be the very best medicine iK/vl
Vfiever trscd. It makes an oldM/v
of man feel like a young one." |ln
C? iastst on Thedtord's, thefOj
Q original and genuine. E-67lMn
to give a Christian interpre:ation of
the times, but will not be a church
paper in the ordinary acceptance of
that term. It propses to deal wr.h !
"those questions which men, both j
leaders and the masses, have :o face j
day by day, the practical questions
which concern all classes of society,
n -*1- - ? - ? J A Vk-N An !
ana uiose muie 'luuuaiucuwi yuco-;
tions which leaders recognize as in- j
relying the basic principles of relig- i
ion, philosophy, science and the so- i
cial and civil laws which grow out f j
The first staff meeting "will be held
in Chicago June 23, which fact indicates
that though this institution is
iri Pnl nmhio it ie in n A spnSP I
lUV/aiCU 111 C* XI/ ,
localized. The resident ediiors will j
arrive in Columbia about September j
1 in order to take up their du iee.'
WANTED TEACHER |
For Vaughnville school. Salary $45
per month. Term eight months. Send ;
L. H. Senn, ;
J. 0. Johnson,
Chappells, S. C.
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TIIE DIAMOND BEAND. A I
Ladles! Ask your Druggist for /j\ |
? is Chl^cbes?ters Diamond Brand/^W :
I'HIs in Red and Gold nieta!iic\\^V 1
?iboxes, sealed with Blue Ribbon. \/ \
w Take no other. Buy of your ?
i'l ~ flf Druggist. Ask forCIH-C!lES-TEK S j
I ^ ? DIAMOND BRAND PILLS, for 25 j
V'O* IS years known as Best, Safest, Always Reliable
-r SOLS BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE I
ood is Right
ystem is Right
7 Blood or Skin
Delay until it is
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and Positive j!
m m i L
Iood and Skin Diseases. <
ronounce this the Greati
n Remedy ever 1
Lent?Three Bottles Bottle
y for Every Disease.
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orresponaence oiricny rnvate ; <
Hot Springs, Arkansas.
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ITAVMII^ * 4fc?
A Complete Itir
House of Representatives.
Godfrey M. Harmon is hereby an
aounced as a candidate for the legisla- J
ture and will abide the result of the
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for the House of Representa:ives,
subject to the Democratic primary.
Xeal W, Workman.
George S. Mower Is "nereoy announced
as a candidate for nomination for
:he House of Representatives in the
approaching Democratic primary.
H. 0. Lons is hereby announced as
i candidate for the Hoase of Representatives
and will abide the result
Df the Democrats primary.
Joe B. Derrick is hereby announced
as a candidate for the House of
Representatives and will abide the result
of the Democratic primary.
Dr. J. "Wm. Folk is hereby an
lounced as a candidate for the legis-1
ature and will abide the rules of the
Democratic primary. Platform: Coloration.
education and lower iaxes.
The many friends of D. C. Boland j
lereby announce biin a candidate for J
bounty Supervisor and pledge him to j
ibide the result of the Democratic
I hereby announce myself a candidate
iot County Supervisor for Newberry
and .witt abide the rule?/ of the-,
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ra Falls. Ca
1 1Q 1
rd Air Line I
$gah, Niagara Falls,
Islands, Rapids of the St
sncy Falls, St. Anne de Bea
>untains, Summit Mt, Wa
Boston and New York.
Davs in Rosl
Days in Ne^
lerary at Minimum Cost for ei
1 g and Instructive travel.
ucted by Mr. C. H. Gattis and
S TOURIST AC
nn rtou M n
llALLlUn, il. v..
i Seaboard Air Line R7/. Wri
L. C. Livingstone.
I hereby announce myself ^ candidate
for Supervisor for Newberry
county ?ubject to the Democratic
party. J. C. Sample.
I am a candidate for Supervisor,
subject to the rules of the Democratic
party. J. H. Chappell.
I hereov announce myself a candidate
for Supervisor of Newberry county
and will abide by Democratic
Henry M. Boozer.
The many friends of J. Monroe!
Wicker recognizing his ability and
qualifications, we hereby nominate
him for County Supervisor, subject to
the Democratic primary.
I am a candidate for the office of
Supervisor of Newberry county subject
to rules of the Democratic primary
election. L. I. Feagle.
I hereby announce myself a candidal
for Supervisor of Newberry county
and will abide the result of the
Custis L. Leitzsey.
Magistrate >"os. 1 and 8.
I hereby announce mvseir a candi-!
date for Magistrate for Townships |
Xos. 1 and 8 and will a^ide the result
of the Democratic primary.
L. M. Player.
Charles W. Douglas hereby an?
*<*n*ced as-a candidate fo. ^^atrate
for. 1 and >. Nitecl
%j n I
ghteen days of Rest,
rkanAVAni -1 Kw Mr*.
VUU|/VA ? ** v vv
te for Booklet
to the rules of the Democratic primary.
r* T T"> ^ ~ ~ ^
lj. ivjutjipspers^r is nereuy announced
as a candidate for Magistrate
for Townships Nos. 1 and 8, subject tothe
rules of the Democratic primary..
Jacob L. Dickert is hereby announc?
ed as a candidate for Magistrate for
townships Nos. 1 and 8 and will abi&y
the result cf the Democratic .
3Jkigistrate Township IiO. 3.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for Magistrate in Township No.
6, subject to the rules of the Democratic
Jno. B. McCuIIuur..
I announce myself a candidate for
Magistrate for Township No. 3 and
will abide the result of the Democratic- f
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primary. w. u. ituiaenoru.
Magistrate >"o. 9.
6. L. Fellers is hereby announced as
a candidate for nomination for Magistrate
for Xo. 9 township in the apBroachins
Magistrate >'o. 11.
H. H. Ruff is hereby announced a?
a candidate for reelection for magistrate
of Xo. 11 township and will abide
hv rhp rule-, of the Democratic Darty.
Magistrate >'< . 10.
J. A. Kinard is hereby announced a3
a candidate for Magistrate, Township
No. 10, and will abide she result c2
the Democratic primary.
Having decided no make the race for
Magistrate in No. 10 township I hereby
announce myself for reelection and
wHi abide the resiilt thereof. W$rtv