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The Movements of Many fe.ople, Newber
rians and Those Who Visit
Miss Rosa Wright, of Laurens
is visiting Mrs. D. M. Ward.
Mr. 0. M. Jainieson arrived ii
the city yesterday.
Mr. Natt. W. Coleman. of Salud
county, was in the city yesterday.
Mr. W. B. \Verts. of Sp:utan
burg, was in the city ycstCrIay.
Dispen..': Joh .. M.e:sg
Con1finedi to nIx"e!w: ae :
Mr. T M. Nee' v .
1a i .h . v
N -. -~i *(II t
noi:e :c . 'm Conve . Spalr tanhurg,
Coi r . t N (. o n id Christ
M 1i -o thile lee oftCdintn
wil vii: 'i ceie Giler Curint
Griat i arie at hon frol el ie
h rte. N. . o spet Christ
A um,hr Of the colege stodets
1ave Lnot,t esate home for Christ
mias ht wil get in about aednes.
Thge,Rv D.rue NP. Boyd leto syetr
thayC frisn new hfiedys. bo a
Mr i. LWic: Rer, who has abees
tiorin iniAliiat the Srdsopstlia
Borsll, is at home for Chri~ tnst
fMiss ta Besserechmer hame
atteng Fav from Rizabet col
Mis. Lieae whod h as
Beenl, it: e sisat.ehmefo C rsas
r. iCoppock rhasne o bom
fromei Aanta hr e a e
spendj- Chris'tas.aii~ l
Missy lxize . t Peand, who a
M.l hinard.\ ha rtunekt.h
D.vr. J. \\ . NVlac, ol h,ake City
wsiNeberry on r(lto ypnig
toattnd the silviemr en of D
and Mrs. J. K. Gilder. Mr. Wit
liams is the resent chaillman of the
StIte board of diletOrs but will not
be a candidate for tve ckvtikm at the
appirching session of the legisla
VARWmS ANI AL A1iOV.
This is lxatiful wvthci
k t t , a \\;. 1 . * .
The 110 .v
i'. toth sch"ols of the cotyIlv
ntil after Christmas and ia be
fotun in i. ofhce every day until
Mr . P. ScOt has resignlejd as
diec.to h o the National bhank and
Mr. S. B Aull. of Jalapa, has beein
c l. in i I p!ace-. NI r. Aull is
ole of the co unty's most succee:sful
farrcls and iierciaits and one of
her safest business men. His selec
tion :is bank director is wise.
Mr Howard Holland of Man
ce.-Ler, Va., has been employed as
coach for the biseba'l team during
the comtingl, season. Mr. Holland
has playd 1-rofessional ball for a
tnumber of years and has won quite
a reputation on lie diamond. Last
sea.Ont lie was wi'i a leading team
inl Columbia.-Newberry college
cor. the State
Th'le Rev. J. E. B3eardl has as
sumed his duties as pastor of the
Newberry circuit. Mr. Beard was
admitted to the conference in 18r.
HeI is a good p)reachier anid has b)een
sincerely liked and esteemed
t wherever lhe has been.
The Rev. J. H. Graves.
The Rev. J. HI. Graves, the new
pastor of 0' Neall Street and Mollo
I lion, preached two very excellenrt
sermionrs in 0' Neall Street church
-o Sunday The Rev. Mr'. Graves
is wvell known in Newberry, having
preached here a number of times.
liHe is a very young man, having
Sben b)orni in 1875, but lie is very
a popular arid has already miade an en -
viable reputation as a good preach
er andc pastor. Hie received his
Sedurcatio,n at tire Pr'esbyterianr col
lege at Clinitonr, anid was admitted
to the conference ini 1898. lHe
ser-ved thre Greeniwood and Abbe
viemssion tire past two years.
;.a ver y rionehr to lese the Rev
G , I. E;1tdwrs hlit weclcomre Mrt.
ra ves as 1't)iI a worth sccssort.
t Opec ion l'or A pr enidlettis.
- tir J. 1. TI. Seou., of l,ittle
\Iot ii. carried hris 'daughter',
S I iss >-.sir ( Sct t ,to (. Coli mbia ve's
Stertday to be: operated riuo for ap
pendici 1tis Drs. Knt owiltonr, of Co.
ti,tinnbia, and S'ease diagnosed the
it cause ont Sundiay and( prtonionneedC ii
BACK TO THB OLD SCHBDULB.
The Changv WIll Be Made on January 12.
Statement Issued By Superin
'l'he Southern railway through
the suretinteident o' this division,
Mt. 1'. 1. elles, hiats ann111outiced
that on the Ith of Jantary it will
-vtoe th old schedule on the Co
am1bia and tiouville Division. and
the 1-oxtingh passenlget train,
e 0h lmbia at -; o'clock in the
ng :m~ :niiving in l'ieenville
: -.' , anId Au uing arriving
'"c h'~~ rcived
N n \niA ' I .dkle held
a .' .;' i" day aftet-ttoon
-lions similar to
-"L.at the pi esent
- ned.Newh erry,
- ,alone among
-Ile line in the
- eased with the
-e oNerated and
- .eu'.s between Co
-e :c have been
e ;1e1i the publie
two persons or com1
able to agrce as
-Ine present schiedule:
~en So pronounced as to make
it appear that the former scheduile
or a to what schedle would suit
but the adverse criticism against
the present schedile was sat
isfacnorY to more people an d
to a larger section of the country
which the road traverses than the
pres,nt schedule. Therefore it has
been decided, on the next change
of time card, Jauiary 12. to restore
trains 15 and 16 to their former
figures, leaving Columbia 7 a. n ,
arriving Greenville at noon, and,
returning, leave Greenville at 8.10
p. in., arriving Columbia 1.20 a. mll.
Any further adjustment of the
figures on the line of various sug
gestions offered will b given care
A SILVER WEDDING.
Dr. and Mrs. J. K. Gilder C-lebrate The
Twenty-Fifih Anniversary of
Dr. and Mrs. J. K. Gilder on Fri
day evening, the 18th, celebrated
the twenty-fifth anniversary of their
marriage. The decorations were
very beautiful. The handsome and
spacious home was in gay Christ
mas attire, each room being wreath
edl and garlanded in holly and mis
tletoe. Numerous palms and ferns,
with great masses of crimson car
nations dlotted here and there, added
to the beauty of the scene. Brillhant
electric lights, shiniing through red
shades, lent a roseate glow.
In the dining room the color
scheme of red was further carried
out. From the chandelier to the
four corners of the table were stream
ers of red satin ribbon, caught
with holly. A tail vase of crimson
carnations and ferns formed the
About onie hiundredl guests en
joyed the charnmig hlospi[mlit y of
D)r. and Mrs. Gilder. An elegami
hot suppiher was served. TI be puni~ch
bowl wats gracefully andl gacioulsly
p)resided oiver- by Mia sts co
ert and llanit.
*Ntinuerous costly andl becaitifulI
D r and( Mrl s Gilder hi:'e hosts; of
f riends in Newvberry and tunoughiout
lhe State who wish fr1 them m1anv
*more returns of their wedding an
niversary and much hmappi ness and
prosp)erit y as they together pass the
milestones along life's p)athlway.
Approfriate Services Will Be Held in the w
Lutheran Church-An Appeal
For Aid. .
There is no day in the year upon
which Christians should count it a
greater privilege to worship in God's G
house than Christmas day. It is a m
home (lay, full of joy and gladness,
but it is first of all a day of gladness
in the church.
Appropriate services will be held
at the Lutheran Church of the Re
deemer on Christmas morning at
i i o'clock. It is hoped that every G
member of the congregation, who
can possibly attend. will be present, G
and all others are cordially invited
to worship with them. G
The congregation of the Lutheran
churcli of Norfolk, Virginia, which
was recently destroyed by fire, asks
from all other Lutheran churches a
Christmas offering to help them re- I
build. An opportunity will be y
given for such a free will offering p
at the Christmas service of the -
Church of the Rede-mer. The I
pastor of the Norfolk church is a ti
Newberry College man, well known a'
and highly esteemed by our people, C
the Rev. W. -1. Riser. m
St. John's the Evangelist's Day.
This year this day falls on Suit
day, Decembhe- 27th, and wvill be
ob)servcd in ithe Lutheran church of
the Releemner at the evening service
This day is not only an important
mietlorial day in the church year,
but is a day ef grent interest to one
of the largest and most influential oi
secret oiganiizations in the world. )
A cordial invitation is extended to O
all and a spccial invitation to all
W!h() are specially interested. The
thme of t he serm.,on wibl be "St.
John. the I",va ngel ist.
A Christmas Tree.
Tlhere will he a Christmas tree at ..
Central Methodist church on Thurs
day night At 7.30. Frlits and cau
dies will be distributed to the chil- o
dren. Parents and friends are!
requ,.Ated to contribute presents as
early as possible.
Invitations have been issued an- N
nouncing the marriage, on Wednes- t
day afternoon, at 2 o'clock, Decem- a
her 23d, Of Mr. Thomas E. Wicker 0
and Mi .s Minnie Wessinger. The"
marriage will take place at the home
of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. -
S. WV Wessinger. Mr. Wicker is
at present teaching school. He is C
a graduate of Newberry college and f<
has done a considerable amount of
literary wvork. He is a promising f<
young man. Both the young peo
pIe have hosts of friends.
Another Store Robbery.
Messrs. E. A. Grifim & Co. found "
one of the lower doors to their es- n
tablishmient open one morning last
week. It is probable that several e
articles are missing. It seemsn thatt
some one was locked in the night t
be fore, as was the case with Messrs V
Purcell & Scott some time ago. The
thief has not yet beeni captured.
MONEY TO LOAN-We negotiate
kkloans on improved farm lands at
seven perV cent, interest on amounts
over one .thousand dlollars, and1 eight
per cent. interest on amounts less than
$1,000. Long time andl easy payments.
llunt, Hunt & Hunter,
ANTEDIJ'~1. -Board for twVo. \Vil
Y fur'nish, tu'rniturec. iloomn on
riast floor dlesir)ed. Addrs W '15 . c are
of' this oflice. .
2~ . I, loii A ply to
Iot. 1. ull, .laO
IKESTIA I JR A NTI f%necy (;rocei
out t he( gro(-(y Ystore o Ch(. V. D ouagins
wilJ alSo (onunu theC I restaurant at the
sam pInee' and( you canl secure a. grood
mal eb'aJ. lie also) has a good line
of fancy and sta >le grioceries at prices
that anc eanane.
THB COTTON MARKET.
'hat the FAeecy Staple Was Bringing
Yesterday Afternoon in the Various
Por,tions of the County.
(Corrected by Nat Gist.)
ood Middling. .. .. 12 62 1-2
rict Middling ..... 12 50
iddling ........... 12 37 1-2
dorrected by J. L. and A. G. Wise.)
Dod Middling. ....... 13
(Corrected by John R. Scurry.)
)od Middling. . . . . . . . . 12 75
(Corrected by Aull, Hentz & Co.)
ood Middling . . . . . . 12 75
(Corrected by J. B. Lathan.)
>od Middling . . - . . . . . 12 75
(Corrected by Smith Bros.)
>od Middling ........ 12 50
Car load Cotton Seed
lulls just received, get
our supply now.
t E. M. EVANS & Go.
ANTED Two good looper hands.
Also two good families with knit.
mill help. Good prices. good water
id good pay for all. Apply at once to
ironaca Mill, Anderson, S. C.
P. S..- -Will furnish transportation to
ly good family or loopers.
3ARTI ,S having houses to rent or
- lots for sale will do well to see
ill and Higgins in regard to same,
ho will rent and take charge of col
ON'T miss seeing those handsome
Feather Bows at VOOTEN'S.
L1'EGANT line of PI.:ni.:c' SnAr.
A Umbrellas, at WOOTEN'S.
Know!ms, late membter of Faculty
Southern School of Osteopathy, and
r. loss P. Knowles. have located in
owberry, S. C., for the practice of
teopatly. Treatment given at resi
n11ee or I. t treat i ng oom. Lady opera
r and lady at.ten<lant wheln desired.
m10-;ll!ktion ilnd ex-minationl free.
Resihdolee M G.lenn's Office
J U NTER & SA NI I arv ruming a
. saw mill about ooe rle from city
road to Ulldlay's brid.ve, and are
-1Mpa'd to fid all Ordes .or Iu Mber.
OR SA LE Th' o -roon cottige,
wi , ot; bu)il.si.i , 8 ac ' of im
'oved frming land :11d niCe young
'chard anld vineyard, I mile form New
ry College, will be sold first Monday
January unless sold bel ore at private
Lde. For terms etc., apply to
Dn. D. L. B.oozi-:, Newherry.
or DR. J. Wv. Hoozi.:, Columbia.
OTICE-----T have moved my saw mill
- on M rs. Ida N. Boozer's place near
ew Chapel Church, and am prepared
furnish on short notice, long and
iort leaf pine lumber-heart or sap
reasonable prices. Any one in need
first-class lumber will do wel to get
y prices before placing their orders.
11. 0. LONG,
Silver Street, S. C.
TAL~UABL~E REAL ESTATE FOR
I SA LE- Sixty Acres adjoining in
>rporate limits of Newvberry. High
ate of cultivation. One hundred and
>rty acres one and a half miles from
>wn. Good creek and river bottom,
ne meadows on bioth tracts. For in
>rmation apply to
G. M. B. EPTING.
or E. 1I. Auct.
First Cost Not the Cheapest.
The first cost of an article does not
ecessarily determine its cheapness.
or mnstance, a sack of "Clifton" flour
ay cost y~ou a little more than other
o-called patent flours, but it will be
heaper to you in the end. Why? B3e"
ause it will not only make more bread
the sack, but will take less lard and
da to make it. Order a sack of "Clif
.n" and make a test for yourself. It
'ill prove the truth of this statement
T. J. HAYS.
Do you want one of the prettiest and
nost stylish Hats in towvn this season
f so you must have it made by the
Our priices are the lowes~t and
t yIes the newvest that enun be found
Get the Best For the Asking.
W~hen yo oder a (l( ack of pautent
ro 0your(il grlocr, do n1ot, t(e11 hin
(-- s iin" is ih( lest pi
,& y sV.m -.v l b t h .i uar
md r n itdoes no pov a Li'repres
'age and(1 -:t "yi asIih rolls ;n
W A lI I abrut l p
r:it a Saa 8:1 0.0i p r wI
t'eah week. Moluney fo - (xpI
va nced. P osit Ion31I nri 'aner
ness suicessfui an 1( 10 hing.
H-ouse. 33) D)e:.rbori St. Oh