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Tho Friday aftornoo Card clul was charmingly outertained by Mrm B. 11. Johnstoti last wY.eek. Whiis was the special foaturo of i he af-r noon. Tho roro cards were Oil source of unich i-tdiiiriatiott, being lovoly skoto4os of tho Oibson girls The refreshients woro dolicious. Among those present wore: Mrs. 0. B. Mayor. Mrs. W. 11. Carwile. Mrs. 0. MoRl. .11olmes. Mrs. J. E. Norwood. Mrs. J. T. hlayes. Mrs. R. D. Wright. 1rs. Theo. .lohnstoie. 31rs. 0. L Sehumipri't. Mrs. A. 1'. Brown. Art. A. P. Pifor. Miss IaNvos. Is BossiO COPPOOk. NJ iss laggit' Johnst-ne. Oiiltitsdyay afte rc n woI at Prosperitl the I iterary Sorohis wsS delight (till (liter1- taineitd by Alissvs Kibh-i wnt L, stvr. Ani hour1 waUS proltit.l amt pleasaitly spent 'lsknsig "Til \'ery interestini, papers wer-p I.,itk by M rs. C. T. Wyew, ilisses beste and 3Iosteley. Daintv rofrshnients wero servot ald th' ladies olnjoyt'.1 a ebiat whilb partlaking of t lie sweOts. This was e of th litost enjoy abe tntertninments im tit history o the sorosis. Those prosent werv: M rs. C. T. Wycho )Irs. W. A. Aoselotv. ilrs. U. Y. liinter. IMrs. A. N. Ltister. A1rs. F-. 1. Sebmmpert. MIrs. t. Z111Kiblr. .\lr S. Whetr. Miss Noiw. Miss BtlAeer. MN1iss Bre Mliss Moms],-N. M'ISS W Ise. Mliss Dolha BOW01rs. Miss Religin. Mliss Killer. MIss Lester. A Unique Missionary Society A long ihe count rv 10.1 ca limmanie Aniderson. a "turdv bo with hI. face alight wvithl '.ae thought. Ille was talking aloud. after. quaint ta.1hioni of hii.' own-1 Ile to' s.ee some of the :tic bcv: t le i;tn 1t 1 us of. I cou d te I lien '>uter little chL d en, t..~.i A ke to ea n mone s ,o as some boye.ce can ted 'em.' He iopped on the bridg-:' anl gaze retlective.y down the stream he exc .4 medt. "T here's. some somne c .t paw .'' forgetting thei donto cet them. Ar:nied wit h r ods of puissy wvil .ow., he e:arted on agtain, stil t:inking .;ouid. 'lle said the lit ti.e bovs - t Lheet i d id ' t have ni ct hes,. and iourithi of' July's, ai Bies, a.nd anything.' At the top of the hill stood an: ther bov, a little shorter ani broader. "llello !'' ecried 1 immiie, runnin up,) anid 'l,oo!'' answered lohnnit rulliimng tdowtn. J oh nie hiad been at c hu rch, hi had drn home1111 with hiIis palrenit bec ause mammn iia h1ad a hecadac ht So limmninie told all lit' remnemb ere of' the Illomet Miissioniary talk, an concluidedi, "Thely'r'e going to havt a1 miission)ary society, too), hut guess we're too little for it. lBt say, let's ask imammia andi hav'e or' all our own selv'es!"' Jlohnnie'sa blue eyes grew~ bigg< with interest and eagerness. "'Yes, let's,'' But thbough imammiiia gav'e ai sni iog consent, it was not unt il t I middle of thle next week that tI missionary society had its first forui al meetinig for or'gan iz/ation mandi ei o pe rat ion. T[he members were all rangedi orderly as p)ossible in front< mamma, who was to be stuperitntet dient. There wvere the senior meni bers, Jimmie andi Johnnie, thle Prince, the dog, and Minna-ca Each .member of the society wi to earni his money all by himsel as Jimmie explained. A neighbor across the waiy hai engaged Jimmnie to pull the '"easy EWBE 1Y. ++ ++++ -+o-y o 4 M-a. James Quattli-bautt enter tainod the Social olub at her home on Main Street last Friday eveniog. Each yollng m1an Was given a card, on which were mix "Topies for ('oil VOIRtiOn." H was aHllOWOd to So. loot a young lady to discsS each topic. ThenTI for an hour a jollier or more talkative crowd would b hard to find. After voting for te best conversa tionalist it was found that Miss Delia Bowers had won first lady'm prize, and Mr. J. F. Brown gentleman's. The vocal and piano selections by the charming hostess were unisilly good and very much enjoyed. Ev'ery one was miade( to feel per feetly at home and the evOUing passed in a most. happy and agreable man ner. After the initiation of eaeh guest to the secret society the hosto.,s served dainty refreshments. -'Those preseit were: lI Miss Mosele. l Miiss Bsrr.. iiss BNowers. MIss W iso Miss Reagin. Miss IawI. Mis Kibler. MiMss Della Bowers. Miss Maggie Barre. Miss Lester. Miss Grace liarmoni. Miss Gertrude Bobb. Miss Lizzie Hawkius. Miiss Mlarie Laithan. Niss Ethel Counts Mr. Oscar 8impson. Mr. J. F. Brown. Ir. Bushnell Bo.%ers. Mr. )lIey. Nr. Tiliers. Mir. E. 1). Beenbanight. NIr. Alleon Crosson Nir. O.n. IRQbb. Mr. J. C. Sehumipert. NI r. Yonng Brown. N1x. Norris H.wkins. M r. J. .4. Counts Mr. NIathis D)r. Merritt. PIr. D, 1,'e. n .~:; e them top .m vr y ite. 'lige . o l.-'w the ila ge on erra. an t remised to pay reg:.. : services as meat and pos: :r.. rather dog. chief mouser,* at a penny a hrd The meeting was for the mn.e part quiet andI orderly,. n dignity of the occasion was e':. dently felt by all. Even P'rl:ce and 3i inna listened with placid at tent ion to a recital of ,their duti:es it was decided unnecessary to have any otlicers under their super intendet. At the close ot the Imeeting she pinned on the boys - collara, and tied into the collars of the other members a bow of violet ribbon, which she said was to show that they were all employed -in t he royal service, and luist do 1their very best. TPhen she set a bank on a bracket in a corner, andI their summer's cam paign was re ,ally before them. The sun was often hot , and t weedis hard to puill, and short bac ks can achle. And all the wvhile the -woodls andI field and brook and dI other boy's were such a tenmptat ion. d But our missionary wage-earners e were, for the most part, t rue to I their word and the society. t \\'hat secret temptations P'rinice e and Minna had they never told, and though they sometimes lapsed r from duty, it was only what might be expected. But Ainna, who atlways brought egame to her mist ress for approval, eseemed artouised to greater effort from (lay to day, till the number ohf mice ecaught by her waLs almost in credible. s Pr-incle became a common sight 4 in t he village, with hiIis market has -ket ini his mou01th, or withI bun tdles -,tied on to his collar. le soon1 obtained recogniitiotn as -a mnember of a missionary organliza a5 tion , and it is said that v'oluintary ,contributions were somet imes dlroped inIto his basket, and1( even d that lie was occasional Ily hired by "one of the neighbors ; and so thle a .itamer progrssetla i.n t.e ..t.o-. harmony. One lovely October dny, when the goldei-rod waved in all the fetice corners, and the squirrels peeped through it as they ran along the rails, the two boys walked over the country road to the Sabbath School, where their lome Nlission ary wis expected that day. Their hands (ept hold ofl purses, inl whice nesiled tile funds of their society, eqllyl\ divitiei. Anid hlow miuch? Three sdver dollars, tVwo (ulart'is 'Nau a tenl inl each.--Over Sea and lAlid. Hard Things. "Wly ate so niu1iiy thiigs ill life So Ver hatl to bear? Whi V does so lituche eeli day arise To sotely vex, lDeeply perplex, Adt(d caili oilt littilost ee' Volt leedt har'd tasks to it'V Vour p0llets. Ytr litiilost skili to ptove; Soie lessoll new f'0t eVel' d.v I'is bet e tI so, l'is thus ytt 0t u. Thils 11 <1 e ntd tloite' CRUSHING A BORE. Th e Aitit t .cvi ot Nit uisi i tory ' ht s. . t I t . ories ot lalf i :' *' ..X I.. . "Il told so ot n : s I til. er an atit .. Sttb.aA ith in-sdt ht' t ep 1 I11 i i ch ek. Tlit' 1.1u r ai st z tit :s Nrien. l'r t " lkli l t e e n on S.I:" re ukrl la i:. of the' 1 ve iiin :tl Im 1n t ' 1 0 IIa1 . 1f t t V l It k" 1 ' '10 11 ,. t , 1111s z d 11f.tNn l T dueI s u duc etie....f....er hi. tie Iexerencd one ei th th reea month lan n of mei'trate with no paine anmd I shall take~ it oil and onl now tuntil I ha~ve passedi the climax."' I''ttemale w'eaknte,ss, diisoireed cmese, fallinug of the wvombi andu (llTeyl foew a woman toct te ohang of hife. I1 notcu wait but iak \\-ino of Cardiui now'% emc an moti t tr'ou. to benche ae tt suI g' wC m; ot ti f anyC le. \ Itt ti I t ui reel il ed ger. We it nyu e i Ihe ebaw-e of life .\lr \ i W.W . h . e i meanhtI~ moet totyo tha it. es~ now.i t u -li \ em now i vo lithe Time '11blte of at llumbnd. "Wilit t liteky girl you UIre. Liddy, to be abite to cIioos( betweenl two such im:ldsOntle itd stylisih youtig gentle n ivi? Ilave you nuitle upy your mind whIit-h is Io het yourl. husrbantk?" "To tcl itli trut, l't in a bit of a fix. I I' 1 d1 esir to w ear ( i y rel 11 1 volort-< l irvs4 nt thlt we<ddinig, I shaln tIake Ah-lsc. zs li Is thirk complex loivd. .1on knvow: it if I <lc.elde to go Il iiy itic (Ir " i rIlier thinlk fair ,lo.wilh will Inak he l.bt,tter 11uatch of tIhe two." I. 14.1r(.,e instie t. "N i, It in. chikit-ll." -I idl tile teach er, who lhad bee n commur-iting uipon polar v\111-ditimns, "who ealn tell nie0 what: t flltree ndnials inhabit the re glons of the noh01 pole?" "I'obens:"lshoted the hoy ait the rootx f t he clas. l'hthtl h *1K s. in "I- .hrsh and oboy" and "sh-nes. i ery ' !i dvath" are left Mit %I[ Ih Ilk'm irn,- r.tttal, wha( do thre BOX PA PER,kiw it V hit ," ni ci t iht, 1s11vt T'IONtEI-Y st th. .SI : wi C ErD ad ee\N-thL- iunh tnt linl d f S-.A L SulTAf-h IN ER an1is t theatb TEALETS, EW T a -)i et T m cents BOX PAPER, pa t v VISITI: GARD l i ofS AP E S A 044 U, S m. e Wat chds, CiOcks, $iler cti c'iu Wore, cut Glass andI Tame Ware SUITA'DLE FOR Wedd.ng auid Birthday Preswits Key .winding WVatches Changed to Stern WVindiers. w~mhwiw d iin Belsi aiUU W/ Eduard Scholz, Jeweler1t and Op! iolan. Newberr-y, S. C. Capital - - - $50,000 Surplus - - - 19,500 Paid Stockholdlers since org'anizationl 21,000 Paid Depositors in Savings depart, ment since or' g'anizat.i - -. $9,200 for 441 the - t Iie be.pnts44 whenIil 4) that ( ..in sur II4 . , :' iii) ) b) he i4 t wor . f. 2) 4 han144 44 [Itt Ia 44 ne. 4 i a' :' :.,h t l unii , hat n ' 44:, 4 4a 11 <,pen a44 l~ * ~ I . 41.44 4.te ot)i SHERWOOD STEEL HARNESS With latest improvements, Fnrcs, Mmberiten, Orrberdsts, A nd %p Garowers, regard It as esp"ially adeapteo to their -anti, on acount of tIe ab1sence of n hiiletrws. For Information Con cerning these Harness CALL AT NEWBERRY HARDWARE CO. DEALERS IN Hardware and General Agricultural mpliments. DR. MOFFETT' EETHING POWDI is 25 at Druggists, or mail 25c Curos Efiuptionls mid Soros, Collo, Hives Worils. T -3j1T3E-i1.Z. C( 'THE EFFECTS OF THE SUMMER'S H SE AB( AR LINE - NORTH -- SOUTH' T d\iy Pullman Ves : ~ SOUTH ar FIRST-CLASS DINII Ns: -0 an:1 i Rou Richmond anmi V Na hvl'ie. feinplhi Lou c . ChIC). N e C FSTEW A ptaosenger. ser:'vic. and com1for,egu,ipped.~ W Dining, Sleepingr and TI For rates, schedule, r tlin, write to WM. J. ( iSmall Savings are the Stepping Stones to success and plenty $1.00 a month deposited in our Will in 10 years aniount to $ 146 00 $5.00 will in 10 years aior.nt to - - - - $ 730 00 $10.00 will in 10 ye:rs amount to - - - -'$1460 00 We want your business. HaVe ample facilities to accommodate our cus tomers. The Commercial Bank of Newberry, S. C. Cures Cholera-intantum, Diarrhoea, Dysentery, an the Bowel Troubles of Children of Any Ago. Aids Digestion, Regulatc the Bowels, Strengthens the Child and Makes TEETHING EASY. to C. J. MOFFETf, M. D., St. Louis, M and Thrush. Removes and Prevent )UNTERACTS AND OVERCOME! EAT UPON TEETHING CHILDREN )A D SRAILWAY. SEAST -- WEST. tibuled Limited Trains id NEW YORK. qG CAR SERVICE. te to all Eastern Cities /ashington, or via s.-- -To Atlanta, s. Louisville, St. v Orleans, and All est-To Savannah l points in Florida > LNzE BETWEEN D SOUTH. -atos. schedules. Pul any agent o" The Sea J. 3. Puler. Travelng S. C. AH, GA. N RAILWAY T ,DF. anid TRAV.L T tUERN STATES.t meCon venlent .k:hedules .Trip to tho,.e who '! F.RiN RAILWAY.I Srvice in the World. . nd Sleepintg-Car reser or THE: SoUTl ILRN RAILWAY. GMFA Eof TAVYL nt the-ts ula ioroughifare Cars. iaps or any informa. RA IG,I ii Pseng.. Agnt BLUE RIDGE RAILWAOV H. 0. BEA'.TIL, Roceiver. 1in E't, tJunuo. 102. -%1-11.1srnou tud Walha.1lu, . AILtulv. LICAvE. Mixed N9. U No. 12 icut,lonh. No. 11 No. V P 31. A. 1. P. M. A. M ' LO 9 ?5............... 1 0110............... 3 20 A0 60 2 #8 t b........ hil-uroL F. 1)......... 840 1110 4 2 Il, 9 V. . ....rMelrson 1 '. D ... 3 46 11 16 ........ 9 ......... wVe.t Aiim .)zoolkn....... 34.1) ........ . . 3i ... l ivel.......... ... 09 . ....... 1 0. ...............A titlin .............. 105 , .--..... 50 ...... 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Lv 8. 89'ab .. . ... ..........r .u ti o vliv I,1 Lv 3.06 amil ...... .............'..-........... .. Lv 7.06 am -1 . . 1 N 1wh re te ar) c I 10 pIE r n ................ 1y 2.02 pin - v . tir ......... ....... A r 1.45 I'mi *%'tWou I..... . . Lv W2.41 p -... ... Lv :..0 iti .... . . r 1'1.55 I r:. . ,v 1.AP a% ew, 10 1 .. v 7. 10 a h... 1i3 (o 1,),%..... ... .iX rII ." ' ...........1 .2 0 Ilp r .II I'.15 pI h l A f t i v 11t t rw~t. i.. o' i it ' ii. Ag . 0roenville,8 I NT r WI H..1 A S, Ut .Plsc *Ag. A uv usta, da. (K t stt-rn staitilikird Tinl c.) 8t mtl h1 b11w. North bound. "ch. dii e In F1143et Atlgust, 26th 1902, 6TA TI 0 S. F 40 nm. I A IIIti! (M A.1.) Ar. 3 60 pm i,p 0 InIi Athous 6 1 p 1 6 31 F)b(-t(,i 5 17 pm s', t bievji 4 0rn pm :12 pil t3rninwoold 3 35 pm IIuv Alnm tilll.) AV. 2 5 pm k C. & N C.) It, e1v . % I I %iim Prings Ar 4 00 pin 1j, 1". 'pr1mburu 3 30 pin 12 2i (;rccnv1.mt 3 25 1)n (liirris Springm) Wa,trloo 2 35 pmi r Iaorvii" (llin'r) I,v 2 17 pit -62 I,:, .*'I Av I rA 2 2: I int . I 313 . o13 1 117 - 4~ .4.liliitrs., 10 2 P9 (Gary.. I 101 . 1 .Jta34lpa.. 2t3 31 Proslierilyv 1232 3 S ...Sigh8... 12 23t All. .33 ' ..Chapin... 12 (69 S7 Hilton 1202 4 7 i w hite Rock 11 59 4' :'.!lellt"lle 1154 . rmi ... I11 46 2- s-tupha.tI.. I 140 4 4 ArColuvibaLv 11 20 pill. am] Ohn h1 (A.c.i..)Ar 11 1 :,uutor 9 bo ' 2. r t Lv 7 00 Tr n :, . ad :1.- arrive ad epart fron .Is 42 .' I #3-m A. C. L,. freight depot u It G -t i s .: St ".tl T<la Tunt Ta )1o further infiorma nn. Ment, (r write to ent. . ' aflie Manager. 3. I STON .M. EMERhSON, ' Iri.& Pas1. Agt. l' WUincte(ln. N n' CURSE CURED:l BY WHITE RIBBON REMEDY No taste. No odor. Can be given in glass of water, tea, or coffee wvithout p)atient 's knowledge. White libbon Remed(y will cure or dlestroy. the dliseased appetite for aleo holic stimlaints, wvhether tihe patient is a con3fli;med inebriate, a ''tippler,' so. eil drmiker or dlrun1kar~d. Imnipossible for anylonle to haIve an at~ppetite for alco hohie hilluors after' using 'hite Ribbon I temedlC(y. Indlorsedl by Members of WV. C. TV. U. Mrs. Mloore, press sulperintendent of Woman 's Christian Tlemperanc.e Union, Venturai, California, wvrites: "'I have t(stedI I Wi te RibbIon Remedy 01n veryV obIst inaIte drunkards, and the cures have b)eenI mlany. In miany cases the Remedy was given secretly. I c hee fully rOcoml' 111.nd3 and3 imdorse White Ribbon Reme (dy'.. Me imers of our Uniion are' de( Iilihted to in id an1 (ecOonmical treatment. to mid as4 I m our (lemperlance wVork." ag i; by~jj~* wiing rs. A. M. '1 owni li (I or years1' secretary of a Woman 's ( hnrst ian Templlera1nce( tnion g 218 Tre mont) St., Isoin, Mass. 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