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A BEAUTIFUL MARRIAGE.
Mr. Charles Erle Bell, of Augusta,
Weds Miss Myrtie Abney Schum
pert, of This City.
Mr. Charles Erle Bell and Miss
Myrtie Abney Schumpert were mar
ried at & o'clock on Wednesday even
ing in the Lutheran Church of the
Redeemer. The impressive cere
mony of the Lutheran church was
used. the Rev. William L. Seabrook
officiating. Following the ceremony
ai the church a reception was tender
ed by Mr. and Mrs. Frederic Abney
Schumpert. at their home in College
street, from half after eight until
eleven u'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Bell left
on Wednesday night on a bridal tour
which will extend to the Pacilic coast
and then south into lexico.
The bride is a daughter of M\r. and
Nrs. F. A. Schumpert. of this city.
To the charm of her personal appear
anc- she adds many accompli-hments
and a disposition that is at once sweet
and a'ttracti. Admired by those
who know her. she is deservedly pop
ular !both at home and wherever she
has visited. She is well known in Au
gusta, which will be her future home
and has many warm friends and ad
mirers there, who are delighted t<
welcome her to that city.
Mr. Bell is commercial agent of the
Southern railway. with headquarter;
in Augusta. He is prominent both it
business and in social circles in Au
gusta, and has made many friends ir
Newberry during his visits to thi!
city within the past several months
A young man of magnetic personal
ity, which is combined with energ
and ability of a high order, he has al
ready made for himself a name ii
railroad circles, and has a yet brighte:
and more promising future befor
Both the young people have hun
dreds of friends in this state an<
Georgia, and in other southern states
whose sincere wish ior them is tha
their journey along life's pathway to
gether may be full of years. full o
happiness. and full of honors and suc
The marriage cereimony was per
formed in the presence o; a brillian
assemblage, including the invite
Ct.-sts in this city and many riend
of the bride and groom from diffe;
ent parts of South Carolina and fror
other states. The church was beat
tiful in its decorations. The flor;
greetings of the southern spring tid
combined with lillies and palms an
ferns and cut flowers to render a lov<
ly effect, and hundreds of bright ir
can descent lights lent a rare brillianc:
The chancel rail was twined with iv
and trailing smilax, wvhich formed
background for the pure wvhite blot
soms of spring. The pulpit platfori
was banked with rare pot plants ia
termingled with cut flowers and free
blossoms, an-d above were the in
and the smilax, the whole blendirl
into an effect wvhich was striking
Preceded by Mr. W. Ernest McGe
of Augusta, and Mr.. Ladson G. Es]
ridge, of Newberry; Mr. A. Jeffersc
Berry and Mr. Paul Pinckerton,
Augusta, ushers: and Miss Elizabe
Schumpert, sister of the bride at
maid of honor, the bride entered<
the arm of her father, Mr. Freder
Abney Schumpert. and was met
the altar by the groom. who enter,
the church from the pulpit door<
the -.rm of his best man. Mr. Robe
Raymond Otis, of Atlanta. The b
dal party entered to the strains
Lohengrin's wedding march, effe
tively rendered by Miss Bessie Si:
mons, and the wedding march
Mendelssohn was played as they
tired. Soft music during the ce1
many lent yet another charm tot
The bride was beautiful in a 4r<
of white crepe de Chine built o'
taffeta. The skirt was very mu
puffed and shirred, and was w
slight train. The yoke was entir<
of hand work, with rose point bert:
She wore a soft tulle veil, gracefu
caught wth orange blossoms,a
carried a bouquet of bride's roses a
fern, held with tulle ribbons.
The maid of honor was charm
in a Princess gown of soft white s
with a great deal of lace inserted
fancy designs and with real lacer
dallions. She carried bride's mai
:oses, held with pink tulle ribbons.
In the deserved popularity of
contracting parties, in the brillia)
of the assemblage, in the simple
pressiveness of the ceremony, and in
the beauty of the floral decorations,
the wedding was one of the most
charming which Newberry has ever
The reception at the home of the
bride's parents. in College street. im
mediately following the ceremony at
the church, was attended by many in
vited guests and was enjoyed by every
one present. Mrs. Schumpert is at
all times a charming hostess. but as
a hostess she was never more grac
ious than on Wednesday evening. The
home was lovely in its tasteful decora
tions. and the ensemble was charm
ing. The punch bowl was presided
over by beauatiful and gracious ladies,
and elegant refreshments were served.
Mrs. Schumpert. the mother of the
bride, wore a handsome costume of
gray silk. trimmed in cream applique.
Nlrs. Russell Hunter Ward. thc
mother of the groom was handsome!y
gowned in black crepe de Chine.
Mrs. Tiles Marion Berry. of Au
gusta. wore lilac brocade. with rose
point lace, and diamonds.
Mrs. Porter Fleming. of Augusta,
wore brocaded crepe de Chine with
rose point lace.
Miss Sara Russel Ward. of Atlanta,
a sister of the groom, was charming
ly gowned in pink silk mull, with lace.
The bride's table was beautiful in
its covering of Renaissance lace over
The reception was one of the most
charming of a brilliant social season
The presents received by the bride
and groom were many and handsome
. Among the guests from other cities
who attended the wedding were: Mrs.
- Russell Hunter Ward, of Atlanta,
mother of the groom; Miss Sara Rus
sel Ward, of Atlanta, sister of the
groom; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Welling
Watt, of Charlotte; Mrs. Jiles Marion
- Berry. of Augusta; Mrs. Porter Flem
ing, of Augusta: Mr. David Cardwell
and Miss Cardwell, of Columbia, Mr.
Frederic Jennings Robinson. of Sa
vannah: Mr. Frank Moore. of Auguq
ta: Ar. Thurston Crawford, of Au
gusta: Dr. Richard Hamilton. of Au
gusta: Dr. F. E. Schumpert. of
t The bride and groom went from
d Newberry to Atlanta. via Columbia.
and will go from Atlanta to St.
Louis,. thence to the north-west and
rithe Pacific coast, thence as far south
as the City of Mexico. from wvhich
LIcity they will return to their .home in
Augusta. after an absence on the bri
dday tour of from one month to five
aThe Movements of Many People,
Newberrians and Those Who
hcan war.-Andersonl Mail. i1th.
~Mrs. Russell H. Ward and Miss Sa
ra Russel Ward returned yesterday
Lyto their home in Atlanta.
Col. R. WV. Hunt, of Charleston. di
e,vision passenger agent of the South.
~-e.n was n Newvberry on Wednesday
mCol. Hunt has many warm friends it
ofNewberry. who are always glad to se<
dOne of the visitors to Anderson to
~nday is Col. E. H. Aull. editor of Th<
icNwbrr-; Herald and News and pres
at ident of the State Press association
id Col. Aull was private secretary t<
m Gov McSweeney during his occupan
*rtcv of the gubernatorial chair and la
i- ter served a term in the legislature
of He is wvell known and popula
c- through the state, and is frequentl:
i- mentioned as a probable candidat
of for secretary of state next year.--An
e derson Mail, 11th.
--Capt. Ossie Stewart of Newberry
he among the delegates to the conver
tion of the Red Men. He was we
ss remembered in Anderson as captal
rerof the New'berry fire company whic
ch took part in the tournament here tw
jthyears ago. and it is hoped that 11
y ywith his company will visit Anderso
t again on July 4. Captain Stewart
ylyalso well remembered amon~g tla
dd young men of the city as a hecutenal
dndin Company B. First South Carolir
Infantry, during the Spanish-Amer
il, Cheap Rates.
n Toronto. Ont.--Interniational Su:
-e-day School association, June 20-2
d's 9o5. Rate one first class fare pil
5 cents for round trip. Tickets <
theale June 19, 20, 22, 23, 1905. Limit<
.cT, Jue20th, 1905.
NEWBERRY'S RED MEN.
They Were Captured By Anderson V
And Captured The Great Council.
1aving captured the great council
and having been captured by :lie city B
of Anderson. Newberry's Red Men. ti
members of Bergell tribe. No. 24, o
have returned from the annual session tj
of the great council of South Carolina, S
held in Anders..n on Tuesday and a,
Hon. Cole. :.'.eae. Xberry,
was chosen great sachic-n, placing him
at the head of the order inl SouthI
Carolina: Mlr. j. Hi. H air. of Newber
ry, was re-elected great representa-I
tive; the Rev. J. H. Graves, of New
berry, was chosen great junior saga
more; M.Nr. S. G. Carter, of Newberry,
was elected great guard of the wig
wamn, Mr. 1. O. Burton, of Newberry,
was chosen great sannap,. th e great
council accepted the invitation of
Newberry- to hold its next session
here on the second Tuesday in April,
19o6, and Hon. Otto Kletner, of New- I
berry, was made chairman of the
board of appeals, which offnce is one
of the most important n the great
council, the term being three years.
The other office,-s. of the great
co uncil are: C. E.. Tolly, of Ander
ion. great senil.r nagamre: B. C.
Wallace, of Sum,-ter, great chief of
records: J. E7d. Stuickey. oi Bishop
ville. great kpe fwamipumn; E. C.
Ste;nnmeyer. )f Charleston. great
Great Keep)er of \Vamlpt"ml J. F
Stuckev, of Bizhopville. is a brother of
Prof. \V. A. Stuckey. ()L thiS ety. MNr.
J.A M. Tar,- oi Bergell tribe, was
resonde Cote NLae*wberry Re
Men. n ra acc,pacn i
aThe hedberryh Rde ind Sothe
Cina MrofFI.i.o Newber-yaedlgtdta
th a -ledgeconi grill repreiseneta
sesso theRev..Newbrerr son of he
Re; Mr.' SGatronghos NewberryI
as elctdaratur of the igo
wam.er i. the urtconcil and Newew
wasr chosenex grea sakp.e greatih
onpoidin accpte the ioantrtnm
ere o the seod Tesdyi. Arl
H o. nCone. Ott Bleer. of Naew
bae wra madechiofSout Coina,
wabosyardgrppalsd mastr offc ishoe
ofl thimst yeamrpresnt the greand
ounl the ermgng thrge inyhars
Then lohe es- of hellw gret
councilas ar Ct e meetin of nde
sonvereagnr lodgeCaliorm .C
Mrla. ofas Str reat statef sen
rors:J fromtewberry cu. Hishp
promietly metoe sacn
dte of giovrnor i a campahgn of
Prof.6 and whil Stcey thass yet. mr. n
positiv Talo.emn of hltibe ads
day gtepoabty shatel
- be o the motaee.t oca
faTursote mewerrting andry.
baUndue teed manaementing MRedL
>Maren. Seberhn of the setmetee
espom ndedie by the south.rr Te
Theor iswbrrscls Red itn and done
S eivere o t Newbertare digedi deliere
ttat grat counci Eill thol itometo
aessinsh. Newbput is oine,f iten
S hs manyr of the laundrominease of
custoers th gralt councts. and New
berry willnex yanry ta hoea deight
i- pri-viadig fornu the avnerytbest
mentas of thek Red Men. urn th
Hon.s Ceve.a Lmonthsew has been pd
nand lat yeow gand regutarl employed
dwagenths inmany represn tes ran
.- tatlatyr at ither metingtes. h
THE OLD BACHELOR.
Fho Lived All By Himself-At The
Opera House on Friday Night.
-The Old Bachelor Who Lived All
y Himself," and "The Soldier and
e Wizard," will be presented at the
>era house on Friday night, under
e auspices of the Young People's
ciey of the A. R. P. church. The
Imission will be 25 and 35 cents.
hoice refreshments will be served af
r the performance. Following is
The Soldier and the Wizard.
Soldier-Mr. Herman Wright.
Wizard-Prof. 0. B. Cannon.
Indian girl-Miss Louise Jones.
Grecian girl-Miss Mildred Sim
Russian girl-Miss Mary Wrght.
Japanese girl-Mliss Bessie Kibler.
Num-Miss Lucille Wilson.
Gypsie girl-Miss Sara Houseal.
Spanish girl-Miss Bessie Schum
Old Fashioned girl-Miss Nina
Flower girl--Miss Lalla Rook Sim
Bride-Miss Fannie McCaughrin.
Music-"The Rosary," Nevil, Miss
Reading, "When Grandma Fell
)own Stairs," Miss. Katherine
Muic-Vocal Solo, selected, Miss
Reading-"Rock me to Sleep, an
0nswer." Miss Bernice Martin.
The Old Bachelor.
The Old Bachelor-Dr. E. C. Jones.
Widowv-Miss Lois Fant.
Daughters-The domestic girl, Miss
I.izzie Glenn: Singer, Miss Belle Hall;
3chool girl, Miss Annie Green; Flirt
diss Douschka Martin; Servant, Miss
K. of P. District Meeting.
Arrangements are being rapidly
>ushed to completion for the seconc
-neeting of the fourth district Knights
>f Pythias. which is to be held ir
.ewberry on next Tuesday, April iS
"fhe mee:ing will bring to Newberry
nany prominent Knights from differ
m-nt parts of the state.
O'Neall lodge. Newberry's secon<
oodge of Pythians. will me institute<
in the Red Men's hall on Friday night
April 14, at which time every one in
:rested is urged to be present.
In the Magistrate's Court.
During the past several days MagiS
tre Cannon G. Blease has dispose'
of the following cases:
Emanuel Burton. colored, was con
vited of violation of contract an
given $6o or 30 days. He took th
Ben Jackson, colored, got $15 or 2
dys. and appealed.
Pearl Hunter. colored, for failing t
pay poll tax, was senenced to pay
fine of $1o or to serve 20 days. Th
money wvas put up for him.
ube Tucker. colored, was fined $
an Nooks Tucker. colored. $2. for a!
salt and b)attery. Both paid.
The Saluda Railroad.
The Columbia correspondent of thi
News and Courier says that Maj(
B. B. Evans. of Saluda, who wasi
Columbia on Tuesday afternoon, sta
ed hat the wvork on the Saluda exter
sion of the Southern from Ward's,
ditance of twelve miles, would I
made shortly, and the survey is no
Husband Left Home.
Mrs. Maggie Swindler states th
she will appreciate any information:
to the whereabouts of her husban
Wash Swindler. Mrs. Swindler sa:
her husband left their home at tl
Molohon mill on last Friday mormi
at o'clock and that he has not bei
heard of by his family since. He w
employed in the weave room of ti
Molohon mill. He is about 32 yea
of age. His wife states that sa
knows of no cause for his disappea
The Knights of Pythias.
Mr. C. A. Bownman and Col. W.
Hunt have been chosen by Newber
loodge, No. 75. Knights of Pythias, d
eggates to the grand lodge, whi
meeets in Beaufort on Wednesd2
Mayay17. Hon George S. Mower a
~Col. E. H. Aull are members of t
grrand lodge by virtue of the gra
log ffces which they hold.
THE PAYTON SISTERS.
Three Nights' Engagement at the
Opera House, Beginning on
The Payton Sisters and their own
big company of select dramatic and
vaudeville artists will on Monday.
night open a three nights' enga-ge-.
ment at the opera house at popular
prices, with a finished production of
Lem B. Parker's great Morman com
edy. "Utah," with a variety of the best
vaudeville talent to be had, appearing
after each of the acts. The play is
one of the most interesting before the
public, dealing -as it does with life
among the 'Mormans during their
reign in the state of Utah. It is a
quaint, yet pretty and realistic story
and gives a vivid idea of the manner
isms and mode of living of these in
teresting people. The cast will be
in t.he hands of a capable company,
each with a correct conception of his
or her respective part and a perform
ance first class in every particular is
assured. Aside from the splendid
play the vaudeville featurer between
acts are worth twice the price of ad
mission. A matinee will be given
DO YOU NEED MONEY? OUR
system places you in position to se
cure any amount on your personal
note at 3 per cent. Rust & Co.,
Cedar Rapids, Ia.
FOR RENT OR SALE-,Residence
in High Point formerly occupied by
W. A. Fulmer. Apply to H. B.
WANTED-A good milch cow fresh
in milk that will average three and
half gallons milk per day. Part Jer
sey preferred. The Newberry Ho
LOST-Between Prosperity and
Paul's church, a pair of nickle spec
tacles in red case. Reward if return
I ed to the Herald and News office.
FLORADORA COTTON SEED
for sale at 75 cents per bushel. On
ly 150 bushels left. Call early. An
tine Buzhardt, Newberry, S. C.
-WANTED-Wanted every lady in
the town and county that is a lover
of fine millinery to call at my store
and see the Hats we are selling for
such little money. Miss Boyd, the
i.trinmer, and will take pleasure in
showing you the latest designs and
- can help the most fastidious in fit
i ting a hat to suit the wearer. Give
i us a trial. W. T. Tarrant.
I WILL CONTINUE TO KEEP
boarders. at the corner of Adams
> and Johnstone street, opposite the
Mthodist parsonage. Permanent;
transient and table boarders can be
accommodates. Anna S. Eidson.
- MONEY TO LOAN-We negotiate
oans on improved farm lands at
seven per cent. interest on amounts
over one thousand dollars, and
Seight per cent. interest on amounts
r less than $Ioo Long tone and
easy payments. Hunt, Hunt &
a FOR RENT.
eThe W. P Aull place opposite
Mr. C. A. Bowman's on Johnstone
street. The house has nine rooms~
and has just been kalsomined inside
and put in good repair; good garden;
t possession given immediately. Ap
Sply to A. C. Jones.
'Newberry, S. C., April To, 1905.
L I M PORTANT.
nTo the 4Ladies of Newberry and
is y init whoown ewings Machines:
r Do you knw that your Sewing Ma
-chine should be- eleaned and adjusued
te,ccasionally Ie make it run light, ad
r- last a long time? Do you know that yea
should not have your machine tam
pered with by every one who claims to
be a Sewing Machine repairer? Bring
-or send your Sewing Machine to Kibler,
' Dennis & Co., and have your work
:ldone by one who has had over 20 years
:h xperience repairing and adjusting
y Sewing Machines. Prices reasonable
id and satisfaction guaranteed.
ad J. ar SWINLER.