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I , THK NK-tVS OF PKOSPKKITY
.v.r?<cc In <irau? Luilier
Church?An Old T ine Qu.;lt/w?
Prosper;tv, Nov. 23.?Thanksgiving
bServices will be he'd in Grace Lnt It
ran church on Thanksgiving da. at
V 10:30 a, m. t. eryucay is coraiaiijinvited
ro participate in this service, j
[ The ollowing interesting programme j
-I'as been arranged:
B Anthem by the c* oir.
j^B ''Praise God from whom all Messings
L Hymn. "Ail hail the power."'
KPrayer by Rev. Z. W. Bedenbaugh.
Reading the president's proclamation,
Prof. J. B. Ballentine.
Hymn No. 46S.
"Reasons for Thanksgiving**:
On the part cr tae city, Dr. J. S.
On the part cf the cause of education,
Pro'- J. S. Wheeler.
, On the part o.' the nation, Dr. G. Y.
On the port of tNe cv.urch, Pastor
k K. W. Leslie.
||W Song Xy. 92.
Reading, "The first Thanksgiving
V Day,'' Miss Elizabeth Hawkins.
mf Song Xo. 200.
Dr. . K. Wheeler .spent Tuesday
iMrs. Curlee, of Winnsboro, is visiting
her daughter. Mrs. J. S. Wheeler.
^ Mr. Gus Young is very ill rn the
9k Columbia hospital.
V IVIiss Mary Lizzie Wise leaves WedJnesday
for Ridgeland to visit ' er
Brother. John P. Wise.
Dr. 0. B. Simpson and sister have
gone to Sali^buiy, Maryland.
(Tr. and Mrs. G. Y. Hunter are j
mf -spending a week in New York city.
tMrs. L. W. Ha-rmon has returned ;
frcrmca visit to Jacksonville. F-a.
H ^The young people of Grace Lutheran 1
church enjoyed an old time quilting
W party at the home of Mrs. J. I. Bedenm
baugh Friday evening?-The quilt will
W <be sent to the orphans home at Salem.
^j^Va.. for Thanksgiving.
Mrs. Marshall Garretc spent Frida;
7 with '.er mother. Mrs. 1 J. Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. ;Vill Spence arc- visiting
Mrs. F. E. Sch"mpert spent Thursday
in .\\ wherry.
TT T O O ? ~ - .vt?
ncu -J. c. .irinxKi;.. siau- s.?p?-1
Undent of education, visited the Prosperity
liiih sc col Friday.
wt Miss Wi'.-ie Mae Wise spebt Sar.irA#
<lsy morning a' oyyms in Newberry.
Quite a rumber of Prosperity peo- j
i?le attended the Carolina Newberry j
p cotiba!1. rame.
ff Prof. .J. B. Ca'jer.dete scent Saturday
in Xev.beny with i'rien.Is.
Xsssrs. W. J Wise. Arth r Lc- 1
i. - . c - vj 1 : !; n -C- ,w ,4- n * n v . . .
tors i i Si iiia county -cist week.
1 ,^:sms !so ?->be Wyebe aid Sadie j
Wf attended Arbor day at
^AStr^et s'.'hcol, 7r?day.
K Rer. X. E. and veri^e bs- \* r? -j
Hlurned ;o Florida arcocntfjuiiei by I itMr
tie Mis^ Rosalind Mi'.Vr.
W Mr A. H. Ha wkins sp^n: ?a*. jrcoy ;
I in Columbia.
Air. Willie Hartmun h'is reiaraed 10 ?
Atlanta ;.frer a v*:V:t among r.is rt'a-!
Mr. and Mrs. . G. Wise were busi
nes visitors in Columbia last week, j
^ A 5s v. C o liii' ?p'frt >vet*K- :
' in a: Li^ie.
Mr. Hart Kohn spent Sunday !
Mr. A. B. Wise. I
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
It is our duty, and we should rer*ard
it as a 'nigh privilege, to set j
apart one day in each year upon which i
publicly to give t' anks to the Great j
Source of the many blessings which j
^tiave been bestowed upon us.
During the past 12 months, South j
(Carolina has enjoyed peace and pros- ^
perity. A great war raging in Europe;
and upon the seas has brought linan- j
cial difficulties to some o our peo-.
/pie, but this crisis is being met by J
South Carolina as crises have;
been met m the past?steadfastly and
courageously, our own people work-;
^ ing out their own sahalion throng a '
1 ^he bountiful resources with which an
all-wise providence has blessed them.
Our fields have been abundantly pro- .
' ductive; labor and capital have worked
in harmony, and each has received '
a just compensation; and moral up-1
l^liit and educational advancement have ,
Bkept step with industrial progress.
B As a people we should be grateful, j
Bid we should publicly express our :
IL Now, Therefore, I, Cole. L. Blease,
governor of the State of South Carolina,
do hereby set apart, in accordance
with time-honored custom, the
fourth Thursday in November, which
is the 26th of said month, as a Day
of Thanksgiving, and I request that,
bo far as may be possible, the people
ftf (South Carolina cease tftat day from
Le their vocation s."
iv, .v * - *
B . *.. r %. "V,:.' -?*
lielv acknowledge, in their usual plac- vemiber. A. D..
es of worship. or in such manner as year of t e Inde
may seem meet to them, their indebted- States of Ameri
ness to God for his si ts to them. (Signed)
In testimony whereof, 1 ha..e hereunto
set my hand and caused the : By t' e govern
great seal or the State to be affixed. (Signed)
a' Columbia, this twentieth day of No
A Draft?You Catch Cold?
lightly on the part where the pain is felt, it -;\
| feeling of comfort and ease that is most
Hear What Others Say:
"'There are no Liniments that equal Sloan's. My husband
often, he runs Sloan's on hi9 faje and that is the last of it. Route
1, Box 121, Halls, Tcnn.
"I have used Slcten's Liniment for family u?e for years and
Sx. u?..? " forv>iU- r\t tun hi!.-}rpn nnrl h>ive used it toi
21m ?? C liavc ianvu a v? v? ?* ?
trouble; also, as an antiseptic for wounds, of which children ha
can't be beat. Jly wife?prained her ankle last summer and ii
Sloan's Liniment applied encbled her to be as pood as ever in a \
several times for j<prains and rheumatism."?J oh a Newcomb, Ii. R.
yjsJHCTt th^bT fHHL ^KT
It works like magic, relieving Lumbago, Rhemnat
Bruises. No rubbing?just lay it on. Price 25c. AU di
cents in stamps for TRIAL COTTLE. Sent to anysi
|d?^EARL^ SLOAN, Inc. Dept. B. Phi]
?to?. mi iiiibiii?im?????c?a?rww
Sprcia! Rate to f
A J8L! -E-! _
The Atlantic Coast Line annoui
rates to Florence and return. Acco
A A 0 N M. B Annua! Pilgrimage
ing Day Nov 36th. Adluh Dium Cc
Temple, will leave Columbia Nov.
5.45 p. m. on special train via Atlant.
arriving Florence 8 30 p m. Ret'j
Florence Friday morning, 8 00 a m ,
lumbia 5 00 a. m. This train will be
> I ^ " A " . i.1. _L XT. LI... ?
; lumoia uniii o sc* ?nai, iNouies irura
join the crowd and go into Florenc
h'ullman special By leaving Flor<
Friday Morning* you will arrive Coiu
tconnect with the out-going trains :
For rates and further information
phone B A. TaI
Scene From Oliver Morosco^s Comedy Delight Teg
1914. and in foe 139th .NOTICE TO COUNTY CLAIMANTS.
pendence of the United
ca. T>he regular monthly meeting of the
'L'olo. I,. Mease, county board of commissioners will be
Governor. held Monday, November 30tii,. instead
or: ! of Saturday, December 6th. All perR.
.M. McCown. sons having claims or demands of
Secretary of State. any kind whatever against tfce county
will present them at this meeting so
HH' they may ^ acte(* 011 pres- ;
wit supervisor goes out of officeThen
Follov/S | Jno. H. Ohappell,
^ e; County Supervisor.
Com I ii-fj-4t-uawf
JecJ^ I 'TT
-Mrs. V' J. Brown, i
rouid not bo without | YOUK CORN WILL YASISH
r croup ana all lung R
ve a great many, it M
t was in bad shape. if <. ?
veek. I have used it g ;tn a few days if you will use our corn
No. 2, Keokuk, Iowa. :
$ ?j :<cure as directed. And going to the1
ji ' other extreme our scalp lotion will j
^ I I remove dandruff just as quickly ana i
* | effectively. Those are only two of I
Sj I g00(* tMn2s t?
I | drug store. We'll tell you the others
ism, Sprains and fi & u ? fv n.
;alers. Send four I | MftyCS Ufllg jtOfC!
idress in the U. S.
I rPhone 133. Jfewb?rryt S. C.
[adelphia. Pa, 1 j
? I We guarantee satisfaction
*-? svery customer who trades
. 1-v 1 1^1
at our Drug store, hvery
nces reduced article we sell must please,
unt meeting ei^e we will cheerfuilv reS
Thanksgiv- fund the price paid.
>rps, of Omar
25th, 1914, | If we fail to please
you tell us and we'll
arriving Co- make it right,
held at Coi
beyond can We fill any Doctor's pre P
fir) S fast. * i rlv. i. J
, scripuon, wiin fjuresi urugs
mbfa in time arid strictly according to the
for the upper Doctor s ordei.
Lower Prices Charged,
write to or i Telephone 158
IRER, | '
|P. E. WAY,;
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^ ! FvSSSESSSSm
^ J E call this our "Spic<
' ^ "Variety is the spic
a9H|; \ erough to suit all
TifKSF. SIX i'ULL QVAli I S
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" \ ;&vjM:';lX?, i bl i>U.^rr -J E?riS%iil
| I Whiskies, Brandies, Cordials, etc., on r
BBBBBII H. CLARKE &
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U' JHy tJiHy gg - iw oourii-a
II Iff ' ' ' ci m
I ? ? ? 11 mm** n l>
It wm p ay tasii iv
weighing 1,000 pou<
Height five feet to fi
Any Age- Young
or Good Q
Will be at Summc
Co.'s Stables, Newberi
Fri. & Sat., Nov.
Frank M. S
nf Millar Union 5
] ~ ATLANTA]
When you overload your st<
cf Nature's laws, and trouble ii
yc4i take some medicine in time
dyspepsia come from neglecting
something for that bloated and
and relieve the pressure you ha1
it is too late.
We never fill prescripticr
Coma to OUR Drt
The Newberry Dr
^ UlAillll UUULU
>Of-Life-Package" for the old adag?
;e of life," and here's variety tastes!
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EXPRESS PREPAID, to any point 01
ink of it! Six Full Quarts?Six I)
v Whiskey?each backed by the rel
: wait?you're missing a treat? sen<
1 g of complete satisfaction.
he highest grade?mint satisfy you in every
in perfect condition?or money back. You car
Order, Registered Letter or Certified Check. Coi
SONS, Inc., Richmo
Gremteet Mail Order Wine 41*4, Whiskey Mprgfa,
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>r Good Mules
nds or over,
ve feet three
A? nifi Cof
ui viu?i at
'y, S. C.
omach 301 tre ik one
1 sure to follow unless
The wors^ forms of
: the stomach Take
ve put upon it before
is with impure or old
i g Store.
; ?ays' 0 i I
^ Mf! SI
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)inpiete assortment, g|
1 Southern or Adams f g
ifferent Brands of
iable Clarke Guar- jji
i your order along J
mplete Price List ot Win-s, *4
nd, Virginia tj
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