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The filth annual Sunday School
Normal of South Carolina will he
(held at Newberry college July 17-21.
w The purpose of the normal is to render
the officers and teachers in our
Sunday schools more efficient in the
great work in which they are engaged.
Every Sunday school worker
realizes that there are difficulties
connected with the task. It is not
strange, then, that the .normal, which
1 has been so fruitful in helpful information
and suggestion, lias grown
in favor with our Sunday school
workers from its beginning.
The strangest program yet offered
by the normal has been provided for
I this summer. The program follows:
Beginner's department, '^Studies in
ler Child Life," Mrs. M. O. J. Kreps, Columbia,
S. C.; Primary department,
"Primary Methods," Mrs. T. Edgar
Johnston, Salisbury, N. C.; Intermediate
department, "'Teen Age Problems,"
Rev. H. 1A. McCullough, Colum
bia. S. C.; Adult department, "How to
Use the Bible," Mrs. H. C. Bell,
Graniteville, S. C.; "Superintendents'
Conferences,'' t.\lr. Kenneth Baker,
Greenwood, S. C.; "Pastors' Conferences,"
Rev. C. A. Freed, D. D., Columbia,
<S. C.; Lecture on "Kingdom
Efficiency," Rev. E. C. 'Cronk, D. D.,
Columbia, S. C.; the Matin services
will be conducted each morning by
Dr. John B. Setzler, Newberry, S. C.,
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sizes, worth 25c., long as i
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followed by a short inspirational address
by Rev. F. K. ltoof, Leesvlle, S.
Monday night, the 17th. a reo ptioa
will be given in Holland Hall at
I which addresses of welcome will be
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J given with responses. All are urged
; to be present for this opening service.
J Tuesday night, ISth, stereoptieon
I lecture, "The Women of the Orient."
: Dr. E. C. Cronk; Wednesday night.
t 19th. "Sacred Concert," by the choir
| of the Church of the 'Redeemer;
' Thursday .night, 20th, "Bible Ques|
tion 'Contest," by teams selected from
the attendants at tfte normal.
The normalites will be lodged free
of cost in the college dormitories,
| and board will be furnished at the
j college boarding hall at twenty-five
j cents per meal.
We feel sure that after reading the
J foregoing program and noting the
| personnel of our splendid faculty,
I t-rt.i win qptpp that the normal is
! worth, while. We want at this normal
| as many as possible of our pastors,
! superintendents, teachers and Sunday
I school workers. We urge our LuthI
eran pastors and superintendents to
bring this matter to the attention
of their (Sunday schools and congregations
at an early day and see
j that a delegation attends the normal
at Newberry July 17-21.
E. W. Leslie. |
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Secretary Normal Committee.
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I'resio'eKt of Columbia College Seeks
Health?Takes a Complete
j 1 he Slate.
The Rev. William Wellington Daniel,
D. D., has resigned as president
: or Columbia college, the resignation
5 to become effective as soon as the
| board of trustes can procure a suci
cessor. The board will meet Thursj
day afternoon when a successor will'
! likely be chosen. Dr. Daniel has been I
(Suffering from high blood pressure
jdurii.g the last few months, and it
! was upon the urgent advice of his i
physician that Dr. Daniel resigned.'
. Xo Dlans for the immediate future
have been made by Dr. Daniel, as he ;
expects to take a complete rest this
The school has undergone a reI
markable growth since Dr. Daniel was \
J elected to the presidency 16 years
I ago. Upon the resignation of the Re.". |
J John A. >Riee, D. D., in June, 1900, Dr. j
j Daniel undertook the administration !
'of the affairs of the. school, which
then had an enrollment of about 90.;
' This year the attendance was near
i 300. In addition to growth as evi|
denced by an enlarged student body,
two modern plants have been con- j
structed at College Place, the first
having been destroyed by fire soon
I after completion. ^
Dr. Daniel is a graduate of Newberry
college, being a member of the
class of 1879. Three years later he ,
received his master of arts degree
from the same school. In 1S99 his
alma mater conferred upon him the j
decree of doctor of divinity.
Several years after graduation were .
given to teaching in the public,
schools. In 18S3 Dr. Daniel was li-j
censed to preach and served circuits
in Anderson. Chester. Columbia. York
and 'Newberrv before he ,cas made
president of Columbia college.
"Myrtle, the Manicurist,'' at the (
Opera House Friday, sounds like it
will be worth while. And the next';
episode in the famous "Hazards of
Helen" pictures, which is to be on the '
same date, is bound to be thrilling,
being "The Record Kun."
JIOKE 310 THA> WOMO i
Surgeons ^tate men are siighiiy
more subject to appendicitis than wo- '
men. Aewoerry people should kno*-v i 1
that a few do^es of simple Duckthoni 1
Dark, glycerine, etc., as ini^ed in Ad- j
ier-i-ka, often relieve or prevent ap-!
pendicitis. This mixture removes
such surprisin g foul matter that ONE
SPOONFUL relieves almost 'ANY 11
CASE constipation, sour stcmacn or
gas. The INSTANT, easy action of c
Adler-i-ka is surprising. Gilder and
Weeks Co., drus^ists.
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THE FARMERS OIL MILL
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Newberry, S. May 27, 1916. ; t
The a.mual meeting of the stock- j i
lolders of the Farmers Oil Mill com-1 j
)any will be held in the court house ; (
it Newberry, >S. C., on Wednesday, ]
kine 7th, 1916, at 11 o'clock, for the j
ilection-of directors for the ensuing
ear. and for the transaction of other ; 1
usiness. Please attend in person or j
J. H. Wicker, | 5
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Use borax! A
Borax saves oO per cent, of laundry j
oap. Borax mak?g soap do more j
;ork at less expense. It makes bei- j
er, easier washings.
The clothes last longer, too. Borax j
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A 25c package of "20 Mule Team y<
torax Soap Chips" will do more th
leaning than ">0c worth of bar soap w
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XKTICE OF SALE.
(The undersigned will sell at public ^
notion at Newberry, S. C., on Wed- j
esday, June 7th, 1916, at 11 o'clock ^
l. M., the stock of merchandise and
ixtures of the Carolina Cash com- C
tany. Terms of sale: Cash. This is m
. new and clean stock. The inventory d<
hows clothing to the amount of c
'500.00; Shoes to the value of $1,- ^
00.00; dry goods and notions to
alue of $2,400.00; fixtures to tJie q
alue of $360.00. Inspection can he in
trade by calling on either of the unersigned.
M. L. Spearman, j*
Buigteire^S. Blaise, '
Newberry, S. C., May 22nd, 1M6. g
I>IKS IN FLORIDA
Former Newbcrrian Passed Away
Ttiesdav at Tampa Home?Son
oi l)f. .las. Mcintosh.
This community was shocked Wednesday
morning on learning of the
cieam 01 rranK u. Aiciiuosn. .wr. .vicIntosh
was a native Xewberrian but
for many years had resided in Columbia,
iater moving to Tampa, Fla.,
where he was living at the time 01
his d^ath. He was the son of Dr.
James Mcintosh president of the Savings
bank of this city. Dr. and Mrs.
Mcintosh have the sympathy of the
entire community in their sore bereavement.
Mr. Mcintosh died Tuesday after- j
noon and was buried Thursday morn- i
ing at 10 o'clock in Tampa.
The following notices of the sad
affair are taken from the Columbia
State and Augusta Chronicle:
Frank i-YicIntosh, formerly of Columbia
and brother of James H. Mcintosh,
M. D., died at his home in
Tampa yesterday, according to in-;
formation received in Columbia. He i
was engaged in the real estate and i
Mr. Mcintosh was 4S years old. He
came to Columbia as a young man .
from his home in Newberry county
and entered into the wholesale com\
mission business under the firm name
I?c!f>rktt_"\.t7?Tntn?h cnmnsnv. Sub
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sequently he became the Columbia,
representative for the Cudaliy Pack- j
ing company. Several years later he
entered the insurance office of Edwin
G. Seibels, manager. He left Columbia
in 1904 to go to Tampa.
In the summer of 1896 Mr. Mcintosh ij
was married to Miss Nina Treadwellj)
of Columbia daughter of the late i j
James Treadwell. She and three j
children, all daughters, survive him. j|
While in Columbia Mr. Mcintosh1
was prominent in both the, business '
and social world. He was one of the
originators of the Cherokee club, the
predecessor of the present iMetropoli-1
lan club^ !
Tampa. F;a. May 30?With a bullet.
from a 38-calibre revolver in his,
brain. Francis I>. Mcintosh, 43 years
Did. a prominent real estate and fire j
insurance man was found lying across !
the grave of his infant daughter in
Wood lawn cemetery this afternoon by !
the sexton of the cemetery, who :
leard the shot and within a few mo- i
rnents had found Mr. Mcintosh.
The wounded man was rushed to a ;
icsuital. Physicians who attended
lim say he has no chance to recover.!
It is supposed that grief and busi-!
less-cares caused him to attempt sui- j
'ide. His wife was prostrated by the !
)ccurrence, and can assign no reason ;
or an attempt at suicide.
Finds Health In Our Vinol
Collinsville, 111.?"I suffered from a .
lervous break-down and terrible headiches.
and was tired all over, totally a
;vorn out and discouraged but as I had g
i large family I had to work despite my I
suffering. I saw Vinol advertised and I
lecided to try it, and within two weeks ! 9
[ noticed a decided improvement, and j I
low I im a well woman."?Mrs. Ana;i
We guarantee Vinol, our delicious cod I
iver and iron tonic, to strengthen and |
Duild up weak, run-aown, overwvr&su u
& Weeks, Druggists^ Newerry,
iter Four Tears of Discouraging j 9
Conditions, Mrs. Bollock Gave j I
Up in Despair. Husband i
Came to Rercue. I
Catron, Ky.?In an interesting letter
om this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock
rites as follows: "I suffered for four
jars, with womanly troubles, and during
lis time, I could only sit up for a little
hile, and could not walk anywhere at
1. At times, I would have severe pains
i my left side.
The doctor was called in, and his treatient
relieved me for a while, but I was
)on confined to my bed again. After
iat, nothing seemed to do me any good.
had gotten so weak 1 could not stand, a
id I gave up in despair.
At last, my husband got me a bottle of |
ardui, the woman's tonic, and 1 com- I
enced taking it From the very first
3se, 1 could tell it was helping me \
m now walk two miles without its
ring me, and am doing my work."
If you are all run down from womanly
oubles, don't give up in despair. Try
ardui, the woman's tonic. It nas helped
tore than a million women, in its 50
ears of wonderful success, and should
irely help you, too. Your druggist has
)ld Cardui for years. He knows what
Will ao. ASK UIII1. ric wiu ibwwui- g
cadiL Begio takingQaidui I
Write to: Chattanooga Mtdldat Co., Ladta*' I
Ivisory Dept., Chattanooga, Tenn., for Special
utructiona on your cam and 64-paje book.' Hom fil
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The l;ravtcn Rutherford chapter
l". I/. C. will meet Tuesday. the 6th.
! with Mrs. Frank Hunter, at ."> o'clock.
The members will please note the
J change of hour.
The One Arm
I COLLEGE PARS
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visited Newberry. Six 01
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Real Estate at 7 p
tage near apeer*
and a five room <
in a good neighb
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Excursion Schedules an
Lv Newberry 12.15 I
" Prosperity ....12.30
" Jr'omaria. 12.48
" Peak 1.02
Arrive Charleston 7.30
Excursion Tickets will bi
date and schedules mention
turning on any regular t
starting point by midnight'
THE ISLE OF PALMS S
Opens with many new amus
and bids fair to jbe the mec
ers during the summer.
Bathing, Dancing, Boatii
Hotels and Restaurants.
For further information i
W. E. McGee, g. p. a., s,
Columbia, s. C.
!). A. lii. licrt Ml iv.U-v.
The I). A. Dickert chapier will hold
its regular meeting on .June 3rd xt.
"> o'clock at '.Mrs. \V. A. Dunn's.
Lonisp Pprrv Secretary
MMMWPMTa I I ??a?m
I JUNE 5 and 6
le team that has ever
le arm players. Don't
and 15 cents
)0to $2,500 on
four room cot
5 Street School
cottage in High
gfhty acres land
Isls of Palms
ine 8, 1916
d Fares as follows:
\ M._ $3.50
" $3.50 ;
" P. M. '
3 good going only on
ied above and good rerain
to reach original
Fuesday, June 13, 1916
sements and attractions
ca of all pleasure se&k
lg, Fishing, High Class
ipply to Ticket Ag'ts or
. H. McLEAN, d. p. a.,
Columbia, S. C.