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T1e Movements of Many People,
Newberrians and Those Who
Mrs. S. B. Aull has gone to Phil
Mrs. Alice Robertson is visiting
relatives in the city,
Capt. T. 0. Stewart is spending
Christmas in Newberry.
Mr. Charles P. Pelham is at
home for the holidays.
Mr. Frank Bradburn has re
turned home where he will spend
Mr. James K. Gilder., Jr., who
has been in Baltimore, is at home
-Dr. Thos. H. Pope is home from
the Charleston Medical college for
the Christmas holidays.
Miss Carolyn Cromer, who is
studying music.in Baltimore, is at
home for Christmas.
Miss Bessie .Gilder has returned
home after an extended visit to
Baltimore and other points.
Miss Ellie Huiett returned Sat
urdav from Chesterfield wher$ she
has been on a. visit to her sister,
Mrs. G. G.' Sale.
Christmas will be here in a few
days. If: you havenot paid the edi
tor a small payment would be an
appreciated Christmas present.
Misses Marie Werber and Grace
Clark return Saturday from an ex
tended trip to New York, Baltimore
Mr. C. C. Langston secretary of
the State Press association spent
Saturday night in the city. . He is
very much improved in health and
is feeling- imself again.
Misses Mazie Dominick and
Pauline Gilder, who are taking a
music tourse in Baltimore, are at,,
~'home for Christmas.
Miss Myra Mower, who is at
tending Byrn Mawr, in -Philadel
phia, returned home on Wednes
.day night to spend the Christmas
Misses Eunice Abrams, Green
ville Female college; Odalite John
son, Baltimore:; Bessie Kibler,
Maggie Werts, Lula Werts and'
Dollie Hueitt, Limestone college,
are home for the holidays.
.On account of the fact that the*
first Monday in January is New
Year's day a legal holiday, sales
day this year will ome on Tues
sday, January 2.
Sheriff Buford spent Wednesday
night in Columbia,s.where he wvent
to take a negro to the hospital for
.Rev. M. 0. J. Kreps of Prosper
* ity, delivered a .lecture before the
students of Newvberry college on
last Thursday. The subject "Some
-Mistakes." His lecture was very
* Mrs. S. Basch returned to Sa
vannah on Friday with the children
of Col. C. J. Purcell, Master Ned
Purcell and Misses Mildred and
Helen Purcell. They will remain
with Mrs. Basch until Mrs. Purcell
returns from the hospital in Phila
Among the out of town guests
here to attend the Carlisle-Kennedy
wedding were Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Wylie and Miss Rachel Wylie of
Yorkville, Miss Amelia Kennedy,
of Morganton, N. C.. Miss Ola
Barron ~of Rock Hill. Miss Nelle
Stack, of Selma, Alabama.; Miss
Callie Craig. of Columbia. Tenn.,
Miss Mary Hunter. of Charlotte,
N. C.. Mrs. C. H-. Peake, of Union,
Prof. James B. Kennedy. of [Balti
more. Prof. B. D. Kennedy, of
Georgetown, Mins Lula Moseley,
of Prosperity and Miss Carrie Mars
THE Banner event of the season
BEAUTIFUL CHURCH WEDDING.
Miss Nina Rosa Carlisle Beeomes the 1
BrIde of Mr. William Meek Kennedy,
One of the most brilliant affairs
of the season took place in the As- C
sociate Reformed Presbyterian
church on Wednesday evening
when Dr. William Meek Kennedy
led to the altar one of Newberry's
most charming young ladies, Miss
Nina Rosa Carlisle.
Miss Nannie McCaughrin, vio
linist, and Mrs. S. B. Jones, or
ganist, skillfully rendered an at
tractive programme, including se
lections from Papin, Mendelsshon,
Gerschak, Godard and Schuman,
after which to the sweet strains of
Lohengrin's "Bridal Chorus," the
bridal party entered, led by the
ushers, Messrs. W. S. Langford,
of Newberry, and Mr. B. D. Ken
nedy, of Yorkville.
Following.came the groomsmen:
Mr. George Dawson, Chester; Mr. I
E. A. Carlisle, Newberry.: Dr. A. I
M. Kennedy, Newberry; Mr. R. J. 1
Lindsay, Chester; Mr. S. R.~Lathan
Chester; Dr. A. M. Wylie, Chester.
Then, beautifully arrayed in soft
clinging gowns of pink silk, fol
lowed the bride's maids: -Miss Lula
Moseley, Prosperity; Miss Mary
Hunter, Charlotte; Miss Ola Bar
ron, Rock Hill; Miss Vinnie Mae
Wilson, Newberry: Miss Amelia
Kennedy, Chester; Miss Bernice 3
Martin, Newberry. I
Following these cahMe the groom,
on the arm of Mr. James B. Kentie- t
dV of Baltimore, and the bride, on t
the arm of her sister, Miss Bessie
Carlisle, who was attired in a hand- t
some gown of white net over sillk,
carrying ;n immense bouquet of S
pink carnations, which harmonized ~
beautifully with her pink Persian t
Dr. J.~ S. M\offat, pastor of the 8C
Associate Reformed Presbyteriaa t
church, of Chester, performed the t
ceremony, the ring being used. t
Mendelsshon's wedding march wvas '
effectively rendered as the bridal I
The bride is a daughter of Mr. t
and Mi-s. M. A. Carlisle. She is a1
graduate of Due West Female col- t
lege, and is a favorite in Newber
ry society circles. She was gown- ~
ed in a lovely creation. of white jY
peau de soie, with chiffon ruchingjr
and lace applique and pearls. Shell
never appeared more lovely than J
when she stood^ at the altar under
the pure white wedding bells, in
her soft white veil and orange blos
soms, carrying in her arms a bou- t
quet of exquisite bride's roses. t
Dr. Kennedy is a popular young'
dentist of Chester and has hosts of
friends wherever he is known.
Mrs. Carlisle the mother of the d
bride was handsome in a gray silk, c
with lace bertha- . s
The church wvas handsomely and i
artistically decorated for the happy e
occasion. The rostrum was bank- e
ed with palms and ferns, and ac
lvely arch twined with smilax and
white roses, stood in the centre. E
from wvhich the wedding bells were
suspended with loops of soft. wvhitey
ribbon. . I
Immediatelv after the ceremony
the bridal party and invited guests 'b
went to the home of the biide's v
parents on Nance street, where a h
reception was tendered, and where r
the ,c,ests ws re pesentedi to the -
b)ridal party, wvho stood in the (lain-p
tily (lecoratedi parlor. The color,
scheme throughout the house' wasj
white andl pink and1 was eslpeciallyI
arried out in the (lining room. The tl
b)rides table was p)articutlarly at- c
tractive with its decoration of pink pr
carnations, roses and ribbons and ~n
iax. The refreshments were ja
NEW COUNCIL SWORN IN.
ook Oath of office on Wednesday--Re- I
tiring Mayor Cromer Presented With
The new city council took the
)ath of office on Wednesday morn
ng, at i i o'clock, and a new city
The new council is made up as
Mayor, A. T. Brown; Alderman
v'ard i. J. H. Hair; Alderman
AVard 2., William Johnson; Alder
nan Ward 3, L. W. Floyd; Alder
nan Ward 4, J. J. Langford; Al
lerman Ward 5, W. M. Thomas.
The oath of office was adminis
ered by Clerk of Court John C.
Just after Mayor Cromer had va
:ated his seat and before Clerk of
ourt Goggans had administered
:he oath to the newly elected mayor
Lnd- aldermen, 5enator Cole L.
Blease arose, and, on behalf of the
)olice force and the health officer,
>resented Mayor Cromer with a
)eautiful gold-headed cane. Mr.
3lease spoke in part as follows:
"Mayor Cromer: There is a time
n the lives of all men when they
nust. separate, whether personally
)r officially. That time has arrived
fficillv with- you and the police
orce. On behalf of them and the
iealth tfficer, and at their request
becomes my duty to present to
ou a token of their esteem. They
ighly appreciate the fact that you
iave been kind and courteous to
hem in the discharge of their du
ies during the past year. They
iave endeavored to do their duty
owards you. They say you have!
[one yours towards them. And in
eparating from you they carry
ith them pleasant recollections of
eir association with you. They
ealize the fact that all men must
row old, Time makes nio excep
ion, and will deal with you as with
he rest. .And I now present you j
his beautiful gold-headed cane,
hich they hop5e will prove both ai
pleasure and a support to you,-and -
hich they :rennt as a token ofi
heir appreciation of your kindness,
ourtesy and assistance to them in <
e <Iischlarg.: of their duties."
Dr. Cromer accepted the handl-K
me gift in a few appropriate and
r-ell-chosen words, thanking the t
iemers of the police force and the
.ealh officer for their kindness. He <
poke of the good work which they 1
ad done, as shown by the record. I
The new council, immediately af
r the oath of office was adminis- ft
red to them, went into session in I
1e mayor's office.I
Council to Elect Officers. t
City council will mee\t on Tues
ay night, December 26, at 8
'clock for the purpose of electing '
abordinate officers for the ensu
g twelve months. Among the I
fficers to be elected are the city t
lerk and treasurer, t-ity attorney, a
hief and four policemen.
~OBIN HOOD is the largest and C
best attraction that has ever ap
eared on the local stage. See it,
ountiful and delicious. The guests a
-ere iiresented wi 0 tony wveddinz
ells a: sod'venirs. tied with pinkr
ibbons. The bridle thoughtfullys
membe)red her mia-ds with goldl t
ns set with pearls.
TIhe numerous andl elegant wed
ngi gifts tesify to the pop1ularity
fthe contracting coupleC. Among
ie many handsom(e presents was a
hcst of silver. lpresentedl by their
arents. Throughout the evening
iusic was rendered by Airs. Jones h
tid Miss McCaughrin.
lection Society Officers - Speakers For
the March Anniversary.
The literary societies have elected
)fficers' for the ensuing term. The
ollowing are the names of the re
;pective officers. Excelsiur-Presi
ient, T. J. Owen; vice president,
3. J. Zimmerman; prosecuting crit
c, G. W. Harmon; first reporting
:ritic. W. H. Cabaniss; second re
-orting critic, S. R. Jones; record
ng secretary. 0. C. Kibler; corres
)ondling secretary. R. B. Geiger:
:reasurer. W. C. Stone: chaplain,
P. E. Shealey; librarian, A. F.
Pugh: sergeant at arms, R. D.
Smith: page, W. Cappelman:
nonthly orator,. J. L. Williamson.
\I. Busby; vice president, W. F.
Fipp; recording secretary, E. L.
Halfacre; assistant recording secre
ary, R.- L. Swittenburg; corres
onding secretary, C. A. .Misen
eimer; treasurer, A. J. Bowers,
fr.; first reporting critic, V. B.
Sease; second reporting critic, G. C.
Nichols; chaplain. G. M. Eleazer:
;ergeant. at arms, G. E. Lever:
juarterly orator, J. W. Schroder.
Those elected to take -part in the
vIarch anniversary are as.,follows:
From the Excelsior, G. W. Harman
ind W. H. Cabaniss as debaters and
[. E. Long as orator. From the
Phrenakosmian, W. F. Hipp and
D. A. Sc-ipert as (ebaters -ms'
D. W. Moore as orator. E. B.
[ouseal, of the Exeelsior, will pre
;ide. The subject for. debate has
iot vet been lecided upon.
"Robin Hood" in Charlotte."
The Charlotte Observer says of
he appearance of Robin Hood in
One of the first real hits of the
eason in the local play-house was
eored last night by "Robin Hood,"
:hat delightful musical creation.
['here was music last night-not of
he flim-flam musical' comedy sort
-but music such as one hears too
ittle of. It was good from the first
-i of the curtain; there were no
Irags, no stupid moments.
The splendid scores of the opera
vere in excellent hands., As a
vhole the voices- had volume and
one. Individually, scarcely one
veak place could be found in the
:ast. As Marian, Miss~ Vivia
rewster won personal laurels to
erself. She has personality; a
roice, a face and a figure. In the
itle role, I\M r. Harold Blake, though
acking the force his part calls for,
ias a tenor voice that makes up for
nuch. Mr. F. Stanton Heck, as
he sheriff of Nottingham, Mr.
vaurice Hageman. as Friar Tuck,
.nd Mr. Campbell Donald, as Guy
f Gisborne, were comedians such
s one conceives .of fdr real comic
pera-not too broad, but still fun
y. The others in the leading~ role
lled their parts to perfection.
"Brown October Ale" and Tink
rs''chorus are the real song suc
esses and each of these brought
orth encore after encore.
The rain on WVednesday prevent
d the rehearsal of Christmas music
t the Lutheran Church of the Re
eemer. It is, therefore. the more
ecessary that all miembers of the
chool be p)resent this ( Friday) af
rnoon, at three thirty o'clock.
U R SAL E-Reserve seat tickets
for Robin Hlood. Opera Hlouse
There will he a Christmas tree
>r the Sunday school at the Mollo
ncapel tomorrow night.
Estimate County Expen
The county supervisor h
yet made out his estimate of c
expenses which has to be sent
comptroller general about the
of January, but in a conversa
with Mr. Fred H. Dominick, cl
of the board, yesterday it was lear
ed that the estimate would be mad
up very soon and that likely i
would be necessary to make the lev.
for ordinary county purposes b
tween six and seven mills. The
legislature made it 2 1-2 mills for
this year which was insufficient and
then the dispensary money will not
be at the disposal of the board. Mr.
Dominick stated that at the last
meeting the board was unable t
pay a claim the first time this year.
There were no funds. The board
had calculated on about $3,000 from
the dispensary. This will have to be
made up by taxation.
The matter of paying aldermen
$io for each meeting attended and
fining them $io for each meeting
missed is being discussed in Colum
Within the past several days the
supreme court has heard appeals
in not less than- five murder cases
from Saluda county.
THE way to get good attractions
at the Opera House is to patron
ize them. Go see Robin Hood,
A Card of Thanks.
We will ask the editor of The
Herald and News to be kind
enough to publish our thanks to
our friends and neighbors for their
attention and service so kindly
rendered us in the sad iness of our
dear devoted mother who passed to
her immortal home- on the 26th of
Mrs. D. L. Ham.
0. W. Long,
; E. E. Long.
CONIPANY of fifty well known
artists. Robin Hood Saturday
and Wheelwright shops are still be
ing operated by B. F. Neely and
Morgan. We can be found at
Charley Cannon's old stand, near
Mr. T. C. Pool's lot.
LOST. Strayed* or -Stoien-One
gray mule 15 hands high, g. years
old. Left Duncan place, No. 4 town
ship December 6. Reward if re
turned to A. T. Brown's stables.
J. C. Duncan.
WANTED-The undersigned will
buy mineral and timber lands.
Give as full description as possible
in first letter and mail me small
specimems of minerals. Address
B. F. A. Saylor.
Asheville, N. C., Box 357.
IT'S VALUE in sickness has been
tried and proved. In the home,
it is not safe to ,be without it.
Shaw's Pure Malt. For Sale at
FOUND-The Right Place .to Buy
Furniture at Shelley & Summer's.
WANTED-Your collars and
cuffs -to launder. The Laurens
Steam laundry is represented.at the
Herald and News office and your
patronage is solicited. Satisfaction
MONEY to loan on real estate in
Town and County. Apply to
Mower & Bynum,