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H Memorial Day exercises will be
\tav 10th. begin
II "C1U uu ucuufcoua.., J , _
I ning with the decoration of the Conk
federate monument on the public I
f square, by the pupils of the city
I schools, at 10 o'clock a. m.
. Following this, at 11 o'clock will
be the exercises at the opera house,
to which the Daughters of the Confederacy
cordially invite all the Confa/iorotn
organizations, the college,
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the city schools and the public generally.
The following program will
, be carried out:
Master of Ceremonies, Major J. F.
v' J. Caldwell, commander of Jas. D.
|rgg Nance tCamp.
Music?"0, Dixie is the Land of
H Glory," by the Confederate choir and
children's chapters.
gfc Prayer.
Jff Scripture Reading.
Roll of iVeterans who have "crossed
over the river."
Hymn?"How Firm a Foundation," j
by Confederate choir and congregaf
Beetowal of Southern Crosses of
Recitation?"Land of the South."
( Address by Gen. U. R. Brooks of
Columbia, S. C.
Song?"We're the Old Time Confederates,"
led by the Confederate choir,
~ ?/v?orv^criitinn ioinine in tbe
IUQ ^.v/ugi a
P chorus.
Presentation of U. D. C. Medal.
At the close of these exercises all
ioi the veterans of Newberry county
are cordially invited to repair to the
building in MoCaughrin block where
dinner will be served by the Drayton
Rutherford and Calvin Crozier chapters.
v '
The Committee for Memorial Day
aire as follows:
, Program?Mesdames J. H; West, W.
H. Hunt, Robert Holmes, Misses M.
L. Burton, Pauline Gilder.
Music?'Mesdames Mary P. Pant, J.
H. West,- R. H. Wright, P. C. Gaillard,
J. Y. ^fdFall, P. I>. Johnson, Misses
Pauline Gilder, Pan McCaughrin,
Bess Kibler.
Soliciting?Mesdames L. W. Floyd,
F. R. Hunter, C. A. Bowman, Messrs.
. W. F. Ewart, J. M. Kinard, H. W.
a Dominick,
Place and Arrangements?Miss Fan
W McCanghrin, Mesdames P. E. Scott,
C. J. Purcell, IWkn. Johnson, Messrs.
Z. F. Wright, Jno. B. Mayes.
Table Linen and Flowers?Mes1
T e/tUnwinopf Cpn .Tnhn
aames u li. otuuuiy^i
stone, T. W. Keitt, Will Eddy, S. B.
Anil, (Misses L.ucy McCaughrin, Gertrude
# s
J. Dishes?Mesdames A. T. Brown, E.
M. Evans, J.-P. Shealey, M. L. Spearman,
J. D. Wheeler, Geo. Epps.
Salver?Misses Cora Dominick. Bernice
Martin, Nora Long, . Mamie
\ Meats?Mesdames Jas. Mcintosh, H.
L. Parr, W. G. Houseal, L. W. Floyd,
Messrs. F. R. Hunter, J. Y. McFall, RH.
Bread and Salads?i\!esdames T. C.
Pool, Mary E. Hipp, R. T. Caldwell,
Lalla Simmons, A. J. Bowers.
Coffee?Mesdames J. B. IW&lton J.
R. Davidson, E. C. Jones, Louis Badham.
Cakes?Mesdames J. Y. McFall, J.
M. Kinard, W. H. Carwile, Jno. B.
Mayes, O. B. Mayer.
Ice Cream?Mesdames C. H. Cannon,
R. D. Wright, Welch Wilbur. P.
G. Ellisor, W. T. Harrell.
| Serving Dinner?Mesdames Jas.
I Aull, Thad McCrackin, L. G. Eskridge,
? Robt. Holmes, iT. K. Johnstone, P. D.
Johnson, O. H. Johnson, Paul AnderIr
son, H. W. Schumpert, R. H. Wright,
E. M. Evans, Jr., iWfia. Cromer, Elmer
Summer, Lonnie Dickert, Tom Wicker,
O'Neil 'Miller, Claud Dominick,
Misses Elizabeth Dominick, Eva Goggans,
Pauline Gilder, Sarah Houseal,
Roealyn Hipp, Bess Kibler, Lucile
Wallace. Mary Wright, Kitty Smith,
Ruby Goggans.
Opera Hou<>e?Mesdames, L. W.
Floyd, F. R. Hunter, C. A. BowmaJ,
Paul Anderson, Messrs. R. H. Wright,
C. P. Barre. W. B. Wallace.
Ushers?Messrs. R. C. Floyd, 0. B.
Mayer, Jr., E. M. Evans, Jr., Hey ward
Confederate Monument?Miss M. L.
Burton, chairman; Misses Eliza
Mabry Luicie Wallace, Annie Bvnum,
Gertrude Reeder, Ruth Payne, Sadie
Bowers, Bess Burton, Pearl West,
Glayds oiappen, .Mary unuert, Carrie
L. Havird, J. E. Norwood. ElizaL
beth Dominick, Linda Welch, Lncik
Wilson, Bernice Martin, Eva Goggans.
W Mary Wright, Anna Dickert, Rosalyn
Hipp, Messrs. Earnest Anderson, J. B.
O'Neall Hollowav.
Calvin Crozier Monument?The Cal
( vin Crozier Chapter.
j Rosemont Cemetery?Mrs. Jas. .Mci
Intosh chairman; Mesdames C. A.
j Bowmaa, H. L. Parr, Geo. Johnstone,
W. H. Hunt, E. R. Hipp, Y. J. Pope.
\V. Y. Fair, G. W. Holland, R. D.
Smith, L. i?V. Jones, J. L. Keitt, F. Z.
Wilson, W. H. Wallace, Olivia Stew
art, McR. Holmes. Haskell Wrignt, J.
H. Harms, W. F. Ewart, I. H. Hunt,
E. B. Setzler, R. D. Wright, Geo. Sum|
mer, \V. G. Peterson, J. H. Hunter,
! Kate Swittenberg, C. D. l A'feeks, J. K.
Gilder, ^ Cornelia Griffin, C. B.
Martin, W. E. Pelham, B. C.
Matthews, T. P. Johnson, "Welch
tin, Misses Minnie Gist, Dollie Reagin,
Lucy 'Speer, Messrs. W. H. Hunt, J.:
B. Hunter, Z. F. Wright, E. E. Stuck,]
J. Y.McFall, Dr. Stokes, J. A. Burton, :
J. L. Keitt, Robt. Holmes, E. H. ;Aull. !
Village Graveyard?Mesdames J. M. j
Kinard, Mary F. Wright, Coke Smith,
B. M. Dennis, Carrier Greneker, E. H.
Aull, Misses Alice Hor-isby, Edith
Henderson, 'Messrs. E. H. Aull, Jno.
M. Kinard.
TrwhnctnnA firavevard?Mesdames T. i
J. McCrary, Alan Johnstone, P. G. El- j
lisor, 0. B. Mayer, Misses Fannie
Ramage, Sallie Joh::stone.
West End Cemetery?Mesdames W.
H. Hardeman, J. Y. Jones, J. M. Davis. !
H. ?W. Stone, /
The exercises at the cemetery will j
take place this year, on May 14th, j
the Sunday following Memorial Day.
There will be a short service at the |
pavilion, beginning at 5 o'clock p. m.,
and after this laurel wreaths will bej
placed upon the graves of all Confed-1
erate soldiers.
Mrs. J. H. West.
General Chairman, j
Crosses of Honor.
Southern Crosses of Honor will be
bestowed upon the following veterans ;
at the opera house on 'May the 10th: j
J. W. Summer, A. G. Mayer, W. 31.1
Goff, J. G. Fuimer, J. A. Enlow, W. T. j
Jackson, Thos. M. Lake.
The recipients of these crosses are |
invited to occupy seats on tlie platform
during the exercises.
Mrs. J. H. fittest,
President Drayton Rutherford Chapter.
The idea of having the federal gov- j
ernment refund the cotton tax money j
originated with Capt. M. W. Buford
several years ago and he has let xo
opportunity vpass to present the matter
to the authorities in Washington.
There are now two bills looking to
Carrying out the idea. The James D.
Nance camp some time ago passed
resolutions endorsing, the scheme and
at Rock Hill the State reunion endorsed
it and appointed committees
to present the resolutions to the Birmingham
convention. Capt. JiJuford is
made chairman of the committee to
submit the resolutions. - The following
was the action at Rock 'Hill:
Charleston, S. C.. April 29, 1916.
Capt. M. M. Buford, Newberry, S. C.
Dear Sir: The following resolution
was offered by Capt. M. M. Buford
of Newberry:
Resolved, That the movement to
have the federal government refund
what is known as the "cotton tax" illegally
collected from the Southern
people in the years of 1863-68, introduced
in the lower house of congress,
by Hon. J. M. Tillman of Arkansas,
and in the senate, by Senator B. R.
Tillman of this State and the same
be paid in the form of pensions to
Confederate veterans, be hereby indorsed
and that a committee of five
be appointed to present this matter
to the "committee on resolutions*' of
i +Vi/% PrmMprnto Veterans of
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which Col. W. A. Clark of South Carolina
division is a member, and recommend
and urge its adoption at the
reunion to be held in Birmingham,
Ala., May 16, 17, IS, 1916. -This was
duly seconded and unanimously passed
and the following committee was
Capt. M. M. Buford, chairman,
Newberry, S. C.
Col. D. W. McLaurin, Columbia, S.
Col. J. Fuller Lyon, Columbia. S. C.
A. A. Monteith, Columbia, S. 0.
E. T. Tolleson. Belton, S. C.
Also, should the matter of an ini
I vitation to hold the 1917 reunion in
the city of Washington, D C., he officially
represented to the United
(Confederate Veterans at Birmingham,
Ala., May 16, 17, 18, 1916, that the
. same committee shall give it careful
i consideration and use its best iudgjment
in accepting or declining the
} invitation.
I Yours very truly,
S. E. (Wfclch,
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i Adjt. uen. umei or aiau. u. v.
The next great attraction for Xew
berry will -be flag day at Speers street
school. Look out for more about this
patriotic fete.
Interesting Exercises?Medals and
Prizes Awarded?Sermon Ky Dr.
A. J. Bowers.
Silvertsreet school closed Friday,
April the 28th. Exercises were held
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mat evening ?oy uie cauareu ui wc
[ primary and intermediate grades. A
I (program, consisting of recitations,
| dialogs, drills, and songs, was successfully
The declamation contest and graduation
exercises were held Saturday
evening at 8:30 o'clock. The program
Invocation?Rev. S. P. Koon.
"Lips That Touch Liquor Shall i
Never Touch Mine"?Miss Qllie Berry. I
"The Prince?'Miss Ethel Blair. i
j "The Bivouac of the Dead''?Mr.
Osborne Long. I
"An Old Actor's Story"?Miss Lucile
".A True Incident of the War"?i
Miss Mae Long.
"My Little Newsboy"?Miss Elmia;
"A Leak in ihe Dike''?Mr. Frank j
"The Torch or the Sword"?Miss
Rose Hamm.
Reading of Graduating Essays.
"The Motcr Age"--Mr. Henry Havird.
"The .\e\v soum ?.vir. rua.u jjuuier.
"Timrod as a Poet"?'Miss Rose
Awarding of Medals and Prizes.
The medal for the best declamation
was given by the principal, Mr. .Jno.
H. Sligh, and was won by Miss Lu- j
cile Blair. The principal offered
prizes also for the best examinations j
on spelling. These were won bv Mr. j
J. B. Leitzsey and Misses Gladys
Sti'llwell and Rose Hamm.
' ' J 1 Cann
rue meaai onereu oj xmao ucuu
for, the best record in deportment
was given to Michael Coleman.
The medal given by Mr. Henry
Long for the highest scholarship average
in the intermediate department i
was won by his son, John Grady j
j Lillian Mae Blair won the medal
I which was given by Miss Verna Summer
for the highest scholarship average
in the primary departme t.
Miss Summer offered prizes also for
the best records in spelling. These
were awarded to Lillian Blair, Lois
Nichols, 'Mower Nichols and Evelyn
oiin y> cii.
Exercises began Sunday morning at
10:30 o'clock. The services were conducted
by Dr. A. J. Bowers and Rev.
S. P. Koon. Dr. Bowers delivered
the sermon.
i The school has had a successful
year. Reagin school united with Sil!
verstreet for the year as an experii
ment which enabled the Silverstreet
j school to have three teachers. This
| arrangement is a decided advantage
for the children of the Reagin school
and for the Silverstreet school.
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True success in life is determined
j by the contribution one makes to the
! happiness and betterment of the
1 world. When one passes away there
lis always some approximation of Ms
1 worth and service. Judged by this
; standard we are constrained to bej
Iieve that Mrs. Rose Carlisle is de;
serving of more than the usual no1
tice. She was reared in a refined
Christian home and had the advantages
of education and training in
j right ic'eals. But these things may
;be only external. With Mrs. Carlisle
(they were sancitfied by personal acj
ceptance of Christ and consecration
to His service. To her religion was
| the chief issue in life and her devoI
tio& was constant and beautiful. She
i regarded her own church as her first
I great field of service. Like the MasI
ter rhe had a heart of great com
passion for the little ones and found
no greater pleasure than gathering
them into the fold and teaching them
the ways of God. For many years she
was in charge of the primary department
of the A. 'R. P. Sabbath school,
and the children who compassed her
grave with a wreath of flowers were
representative of a large company of
loving hearts who have passed
through this department and have
gone their several ways in life, but
who have never forgotten the early
lessons given them by this devoted
Mrs. Carlisle was gifted with the
power of song which she used in the
| service of God till the very last days
j of life. She has been aprominem
of life. She has been a prominent
: years, ready and responsive to every
; demand. "While her voice is hushed
f her songs linger in the world to make
it happier ami the place of worship
; holier. I
Like other active workers -Mrs. >
Carlisle found a held of service outside
of her own church. F^or many
years she was actively connected with
the interdenominational S. S. work
! and her voice was often heard in
'county and State conventions in be:
half of her belo .ed children.
i . . ...
Above all tnese activities rises a j
beautiful character, a faith in God
that shone all the brighter when days
were dark. In a very striking wav
her life was triumphant. Her home
was ideal and in a very beautiful way
she fulfilled the inspired description
of a model woman. "She looketh
well to the ways of her household,
and eateth not the bread of idleness.
i Her children arise up, and call her
i blessed; he. husband also, and he
i ^
praiseth her."
| For such a devoted Chrijtian death
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naci no rerrors. sue counseieu iici i
! loved ones about the spiritual world <
and assured them that in some way i
: sue would continue to minister to!
them. She spoke of death as only a |
| brief journey, and longed for her j
j release that she might go to the Father's
house. For one of such triumphant
faitli death had no sting and the j
1 grave no victory. The end came in !
; great peace a d the testimony fori
; her Lord in death as in life was beau-1
tiful and strong. Such a victorious i
end leads us all to pray, "Let me die
| the death of the righteous, and let my j
last end be like his."
J. W. C. I
Central M. E. Church, South
(Rev. F. E. Dibble, Pastor)
Services for Sunday, May the 7th,
will be as follows:
i Morning service 11 a. m.; subject of
sermon, "A United Christianity." The!
Lord's supper will ;be celebrated at!
close of service.
.'S.vnHov cnhnrwl 4 n m
Epworth League 7:45 p. m.
! Evening service 8:30 p. m.; subject,!
j "No Night There." ' ' j
| We shall be glad to eee you at all J
of these services.
Dabbs, and unanimously carried, is;
( as follows:
^Resolved, That the State Demo;
cratic convention be requested to pro!
vide that State Warehouse Commis
sioner Jno. L. McLaurin be permitted
to attend the State campaign meetj
ings as a regular speaker thi6 sumI
mer, to present the great economic
| question involved in the State warej
house system, and that he be given
: one hour's time at each meeting." j
The resolution is signed hy the folI
I T. N. Griffin, Lynchburg; C. G.
I Rowland, Sumter; R. B. Joye, LynchIburg;
R. B. Belser, Sumter; (Mir. Bel-,
j ser qualifies his signature by asking
for "at least enough time to properly
present matter"); D. McQueen, Dun bar;
J. A. Banks, St. Matthews; R.
M. Jenkins, St. Charles; D. L. Shaw,
St.' Charles,; J. S. Dunn, Camden; J.
P. Kirven, Darlington; C. E. Sfubbs,
Sumter; H. T. Edens, Dalzell; A.
.Hyman, Darlington; S. F. Moore; J.
tt Aronorohlirp" S "\T. McCOV,
jn. v/itnij, v/i 0, ? ? ?
Oswego; D. W. McLaurin, Columbia;
J. G. L. White; James A. Drake; A.
jj. A. Perritt, Lamar; L. J. Beasley,
j Lamar; E. W. Dabbs, Mayesville; A.
; G. Wise, Prosperity; Wv B. Shealy,
; Little Mountain; J. B. Ashe, Cope; M.
0. Dantzler, Orangeburg; W. D.
j Banks, St. Matthews; A. K. Smoak;
| W, A. Stuckey, Bishopville;' J. L.
; Jrby; Jno. K. Aull; Edward E. Rembert,
Rembert; W. L. Pursley, Filjbert;
Earl B. Bowen, Blaney; Newton
! Kelly, Lugoff; Thos. (A. Huckabee,
i Bennetssville; T. B. McLaurin, Bennettsville;
Geo. IW. Thomas, Dentsville;
Dr. C. H. Bo wen, Blaney; T. C.
| Shavis, Bennettsville; J, B. Thomas;
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j -I. M. Maipass, tjatesourg; .j. a.
; son. Bishopville; E. T. Bo wen,
Blaney; C. R. Bowen, Blaney; W. E.
I Hall, Cassatt; B. B. Williams. Nori
way; J. W. Rabon, Lugoff; J. V.
i Miles. Lugoff; B. L. Shirley, Camden;
j M. D. Scarboro, Bishopville; L. M.
jHall. Camden; L. I. Guion, Lugoff; I.
I J. McKissie, Camden; J. M. Martin.
Lugoff; J. A. Daniel, Darlington; L.
H. Jennings, Bishopville; S. J. Scarboro;
L. W. C. Blalock, Goldville; J.
R. Paulling, St. Matthews; A. W.
Scarboro. Summerton; G. W. Dukes,
^Rowesville; C. G. Mooneyham, Eljliott;
miillis Turlington, Bennetts;
ville; J. D. Bailey. Blaney; T. B.
rHenn Tirzah: L. D. Welsh. Elliott:
.T. L. Hinson-. Lugoff; E. E. McGill,
\ Florence; P. fMl Crosland. Bennetts.
ville: W. P. Beard. Abbeville; E. L.
I Moore; W. J. Dunn. Camden; R. M.
;jClaffy. Fort Motte; S. L. Austin. Lee
'jOonnfv: .T. H. Henneean. Lee Coun;fv;
F. fiettys Xunn. York; Dr. L. H.
i Jennings, Lee County; "R. M. Cooper,
! Wisaekv; C. W. Suber, ColumTtfa; H.
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"THE 1
Kevstone?Sennett Come
ing Mabel Normand ai
Doors open 10 a. n
G. Leland, Charleston County; J. T.
Kinard, Pomaria; T. A. Huckabee;
Geo. W. Collins, Columbia; P. W. McKenzie;
D. V. Keels, Rembert; 0. C.
Scarborough, Summerton; E. W.
Dabbs, Mayesville; J. J. M. Graham,
Cades; Hugh C. Haynesworth; W. A.
Stuckey; G. A. Guignard; S. 3ft. Mc-i
Keown; S. T. McKeown; L. I. Guion,
Lugoff; T. G. Matheson, Cheraw; W.
P. Odom, Chesterfield; Ohas. B. Pate,
. VI
To Birmini
Account United Confed*
May 16, 1'
The Southern Railway wil
tickets to Birmingham, Ala.,
sion. Tickets on sale for all
sive, with final limit May 25
until June 14th by personally
jcial Agent and payment of a
i The following fares will ai
Columbia $.830 Orangebi
Greenwood 6.65 Abbevill*
Chester 8 55 Rock Hill
Spartanburg 7.45 Greenville
Proportionately low fares
On Monday, May 15th, th
will be operated on train No
a. m., Newberry 8.46 a. m.,
| riving Birmingham 11.05 p.
' operated on this date, leav
! Spartanburg 7.C0 a. m., Gre<
| a. m., arriving Birmingham
of modern day coaches and I
All regular trains will can
cars for the accommodation
| For detailed information,
!way Ticket Agent or commi
: District Passenger Agent, C
Excursion Fares
Account Southern Baptist G
The Southern Railway wili
tickets to Asheville, N. C., a
Tickets on sale May 13 to 11
returning May 31,1&16. T1
from stations named:
Columbia $5.25 Green wo
Union 3.30 Rock Hil
Proportionately reduced fc
detailed information, apply
j Agents, or communicate w
iPassenger Agent, Columbia,
Y MAY 10th ,
'H Production in 5 acts
dy. In 3 Reels Featured
Raymond Hitchcock
n, Prices 5 and 10c. |
Lucknow; J. B. Lane, Bishopville; W.
T. Jones; W. M. Mobley; A. J. Smith,
I Greenville; R. G. Gaines, Central.
Senator McLaurin stated that the
principles of the State warehouia
system will be presented in the campaign
this summer, and the time of
the next meeting of the State warehouse
association will hinge upon, the
action taken by the State convention
upon the Dabbs resolution.
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gham, Ala.
srate Veterans Reunion,
7, 18, 1916.
1 sell very low round trip fare
account of the above oceatraifis
May 13 to 17, incluth.
Limit may be extended
/\r\Ani v\ /v l-i rtl
y UCJJUiMLilig tiCACL Willi opc,
fee of 50 cents.
Dply from stations named:
irg $8 70 Newberry $7.45
} 6.35 Union 7.80
[ 8.55 York 8.55
e 680 Batesburg 8.00
from other points.
rough Pullman car and coach
, 15, leaving Columbia 7.15
Greenwood luioa. m.,,arm.
Special train will also r>e
ing Blacksburg 6.05 a. m,
enville 8.00 a. m., Seneca 9.15
5.45 p. m. Train will consist.
Pullman cars.
y extra coaches and Pullman
of veterans and their friendsapply
to any Southern Railmicate
with S. H. McLean,
olumbia, S. C.
* l . all at r%
onvention, May 17-24,1916
I sell very low fare round trip
ccount of the above occasion.
!, inclusive, with final limit
le following fares will apply
od $4.46 Newberry $4.60
1 4.50 Orangeb'g 6.75
rg $6.25
ires from other points.' For
to Southern Railway Ticket
?ith S. H. McLean, District
S. C.
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