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The Movements of )#any People I
Newberrians and Those Who
Mr. T. M. McEntire, who was con
n4ected with the Newberry cotton mill
for several years but wIio is now em
ployed in the mills at Uastonia, N. C., *
visited friends ill Newberry last week. 1
Miss Anita Davidson, left Satur
Aay for Cameron, in Orangeburg t
'county, where she has engaged to I
teach a school this winter.
Miss Neville Pope returned from
Mr. R. 11. Welch-of Columbia, was
in the city on Friday.
Miss Ellen Worgmnan, of Kinards,
is visiting her sister Mrs. R. G. Spear- c
Mr. F. D. Mower left yesterday for :
Tulane University. t
Mr. C. E. Fant spent Sunday In i
Miss Kate Moore, of Columbia, is
visiting Miss Neville Pope. t
Messrs. T. W. Coleman and Wil- e
liam Scott, of Whitmire, came over j
to attend the dance last evening. I
Mr. and Mrs. Omberg, of Macon, ,1
Can., are visiting relatives in the city.
Miss Saillie Fair, of Washington, is (
visitinlg relatives in the city.
Mrs. Patty Singleton. wlo has beenl a
for the past five months at her old c
homne ill North Carolina, has return
Mrs. Mark Long, of Saluda, was in
the city yesterday.
Mr. C. P. Pelham is in the city. t
Mr. and Mrs 11. A. Copeland, of c
Cohilmhia, are visiting friends in the v
Mr. 1'. Wigfall Cheathan, of Edge
field, attended tle dance here last
Mr. ). F. Efird. of L,exingtonl.
spent a few houtrs in the city on Sat- a
Mrs. Henrietta Efird is spending S
some time with her daughter. Mrs. 3.
A. Summer, on College street. h
Mrs. J. W. Humbert, after a pleas- c
ant visit to friends and relatives in si
Laurens and Greenville, has returned L
The Story of Zaza,
"Zaza" is the realistic study of a
woman an( her heart: a story of the ,
awaken,ingr of a careless, impulsive I
creature of the world and her change E
to a woman whose love is eventually 11
capable of a crowning sacrifice and a
the total obliteration of self.
Zaza is the pupil of Caseart, a strol- y
ling singer, who has reseued her from
a life of poverty and made her a pop- ti
1n'l cafe chantant singer.
The opening scene shows Zaza on 1.
the top wave of provincial success, ti
singing at St. Etienne, in company s
Aiong her admirers is Bernard a
Duf'ene. le charms Zaza with his f,
polishi and inspires her with confi
dence ini his love. ZaIza is t ransform,- ci
ed. lIer' pubic caireer becomets dis- ,a
tast eful to lher. and she wishes only t
for' a pe'acef ul fuciturme wit h Biernarid.
For a tinme Zaza is happy. Then,
comes ('asear't, anxious ' to win her a
back to (lie stage. IHe tells her of an- I
other wo'man with whiom Berntt ' is ci
constantly' seen in Paris.
Zaz.a rushes toin Parmis an md ascertin r v
that Bernard is married.
She v'isits his home, i'esolved to tell ii
his wife all. Madame Dutfrene bein..: a
out, she awaits lher' i'et urn. Toto, N
lDufrene 's little daughter', enters. The
child makes friends with Z/aza, who
asks her many questions about her'
father' anid mother. D)isarmed by the w
innoc'(enice of' thle c'hild, Zaza le.aves~ w
the house withI her stor'y unitold. k
Sick at heart she recturns to th litI
house at St. Etienne, w~here she t'inds ti
Bei'nard. The joy oif seeing him piut y
all else out of Ihem' mind, but the tot- n
men ts of jealousy soon return. To tI
test the str'enigthi of Dufrene 's love wa
foi' hier' she tells him thtat she han f
been to Paris and seen his wife amt t
ehild, to whom she has told all. Blet- C,
nai'd in ungovernable rage, heaps h
bitter words on Za',a's head and tells bi
her that it is his wife only that ho ty
They part and Zaza returns to her v
old life. She meets with greater sue- r
cess than before. In a year she is a p
star with Paris at her feet. e
'One night as Zaza is leaving the s
theatire she meets Bernard. lHe tells y
her that he has not been able to for- t
give her and has come back. Zaza, a
who still loves him passionately re- 'l
members the voice of the child, and
for the daughter's sake steels herself
to&spurn the father and to live out
her life alone, trusting to the past's c
memories to enable her to bear the I.
John Wood, business manager of i
tife Greenville News, has resigned to
( aqepit the position of. secretary ot
the freeniville, boaMd of trade. 'Qr t
W.Bruneon, editor will also become ?
manag4r of theNe.
EV. W. L. SEABROOK RESIGNS.
lastorate of Lutheran Church- (
Came As a Surprise-An Able
Preacher and an Excellent
At file lose of the Imorning service
II Sthidy at the 1Lutheran Church It
f the Redeener 1Rev. W. I.,.,Seabrook, ri
astor of the congregationj read his X
esignation to take effect. not later o
han. February 1st, of next year, and 1
equested that it be accepted at once. p
Ir. Seabrook er.mo to Newherry as i'
astor of the Church of the Redeemer N
a January, 1902, and during his stay C
e has made many friends outside of t(
.4 well as within his congregation, b
rho will regret very muh to learn b
f his resignation, whioh will in all r
robability take him away from New- p1
erry as one of its citizens. le han si
aken an active interest in the mater- F
it and spiritual growth of the com- s
He received his early training at Y
he Frederick Academy, Fredericks- A
urg, Md., the city in which lie was N
orn and the Western Mary,and Col- e.
-ge. Westminister. Md., and St. n
ohns College, Annapolis. Md. Af- t(
mrwards lie attendeid Pennsylvania 3
ollege at Gettyshur. at which in- w
itution he was graduited in 1877. iI
nd from which instfitition he receiv- e
I his A. M. degree. After gradua- r
on he attended tile University of w
[aryland at Baltimore. and in 1879 b
'11s triladtiated LL. B., and imited- o
tely beganl the practice of law in tc
le enurts of Maryland. le was sue- o
ssful as a practitioner and for four b
L'ars was assistant attoIey general %
his native state. is
Believing that duty called him to Al
ive up the practice of his profes- ju
on lie entered the Lutheran Theolo- s<
ical geminary at Gettysburg an re
rter graduation from the Seminary sc
agan the active work of the ministry. t
ix years of his ministerial life was (I
>ent as it missionary at Wichita. as
ansas and as pastor of Trinity it
murch in Abilene. Kansas. For a a:
tort time he served as supply of the se
utheran church at Lebanoni, Pa. In .1
;95 Ife accepted a call as pastor of it
ie Lutheran church at Winchester, w
a., and served this con.-rezatioi o1
lry acceptably anld faithfully for o
Ven years, when in 1902 he resigned re
iis pastorate to accept a call to the ill
ittheran church in Newberry. le ai
as represented the Virginia Synod ir
mI the Sout Carolina Synod at each
xeeting of the United Synod of the
outh from 1895 up to the present
me. He is at present secretary of Y
ie board of missions of the United t
ynod. chairman of the United Synod
tublishing Committee, chairman of
te board of missions of the Lutheran j
ynod of South Carolina. vice pres
ent of tle South Carolina Synod e
id piesident of the Newberry con
The congregation o Sunday decid
I to call a congregational meetIng
i te 28thI to 'onisidler the resigna
Mr. Seabrook is an able p)reacher', a 11
ronlg and1( logical reasoner, and is t<
'tive in all church'work. As pastor
is congenial and sympathetie; as
izen lie has takent an active inter
't in everything that was for the ad
tweenit (if the communit,y. Besides
'ing ani able preacher uind'"a sympa
ofI ic lpastor, lie is a good citizen ig
hom we shall regret to see leave
A "'Star" Attraction.
One of' the ''star'' attractions, ''
hieh will be seen hero this seasoni,
ill be the appearance of the well
iown anzd poptular' comediain, Arthur
nnn11, ini a ntew~ musical comeicdy, wvrit- .J
'i express~'ly for him by iHerbert Hall
Yinslow. .Mr. Duntn, wh'lo w~ill be re
etmhered for his excellent work in
ic well-kntown play "'The Runa
ay,' i without! doub)t, one of the '
,mtniest 'comedianis of the present
ime and one of the few that never*
dll to p)lease. in ''The Little Joker''
t has secured a play that is admira- e
ly siuited to his talents and one
Iich' lie assorts is the best comedy in
hich hie has ever appeared. There
ill be a large and competent comn
any in support of the star and the ''
lay will be0 replete with bright,
dthy, tuneful songs and the comedy
ituations and complications will be
rnny and varied. Theo play is in a
w'o acts' and will be presented inl a
ntmptuouis mannter Opera house,
The Skating Rink.
The Newberry skating rink wilt
pen this morning. The hours wvil
e from 11.30 to 1 p. in.; from 2:30
o 6 p. in., and from' 7.30 to 10 p. mn.t
tdmission, 10 cents; use of skates,
George Gordon an elephant train
r, who was injured in Columbia by'
h elephant, died T'hursday night and ']
'as burie4 in Shawood oewetqr,.
ME.'. W. SMITR 90
uiet Marriage In New York D1
Ohurch of Strangers-Vill be at
Home in Newberry aftq No
Mr. and Mrs. John Litid McAte
ave issued cards aliloulleing the mar
iage of their sister, Miss Antoinettf
[eAtee, to Mr. John Williaimn Smith
a Wednesday, October 10th, 1906, it
ow York City. The wedding tool
lace at the beautiful Deems 'Menior
il Church on Fifty Seventh Sti ei
ew York, better known as th(
hureh of Strangers, and was chara
brized by quiet elegance, only a 'eN
'ing present on account of bolt
ride and groom being far from thei
speetive hoimes. The ceremony Wat
erformed in at solemn and imipres.
ve manner by the Rev. Dr. Asa D
lackburii, pastor of the church, him
4f a South Carolinian and one ol
ie few Southern preachers in Nev
ork. The couple were attended b%
[r. and Mrs. Iugh C. Martin, ol
Iew York. Immediately after th
Iemony, which took place at higi
0on, the bridal party were driveri
i the Hotel Imperial, Broadway an<
Lst street, where an elegant. luncheo
as served, Mr. and Mrs. Smith lear
It on a late afternoon train for mI
<tended tour of eastern cities tnd
Isorts before going to Newherry
here they will make their home. The
ride was dressed in a becomin_ tail.
-made costume of blueish gray ma.
'rial and wore diamonds, the gift
the groom, and a magnificent pvarl
-o0ch. an heirloom which her mother
OIT when she married. Mrs. Smith
the oily daughter of the late Judge
,eAtee of the Oklahoma territorial
diciary ot Oklahoma City. She is
atheri born and western raised and
tains the grace and charni of both
etionls, truly a charming additior
Newherry society. Mr. Smith.
letter known by his close associates
'"Jim") is a business man of sterl
t worth and character, well known
I over the South, he having held
veral important positions in tile
ilroad anid steamship busiless both
the South and the East and later
as, president and general manage
the Atlanta Art Glass Company
Atlanta, Ga., which position le
cently resigned to enter busines
Newberry. Mr. and Mrs. Smith
minounce that they will be at home
Newherry after November 1st.
Death of Bennett Hancock.
Mr. Bennett Hancock, for many
mars a eitizen of Broad river see
on1 of this county, died at the home
his daughter, Mrs. M. F. Murphy,
the city of Columbia, oin Tuesday,
elobei 9, after a lingering illness.
Mir. a.9ncoek was eighty-one years
d. He has six children, four sons
]d two daiughtiiers, twelve grand
lildrenl and one great grand child.
Hamir and( Harir'd are hleter p)repar
I now thain evier to serv'e their large
id1 groIwing t rade. Theiy ask youi
>visit their new store.
My Name Will Be-Where.
My 'rinks they are many, for 1
love them you know.
I fear 'that my page is not white
like tihe snow,
ut.have the pen ready, the liquoi
[n t he b,' of King Whiskey I will
write my ni,.. r '"e."
I go to the court house to buy what
And say to the friends that by
chance I may meet,
Ist. step) round the corner and wvalt
by the square
While I step to the dispensary and
write may 1nan': 'he"e."
Sometimes Sunday morning I fee:
To think on the Lord's day m~
drink can be had,
o I go find a doctor, who knows I'l
And lie takes out his note book an~
-writes his name there"'
How fast we Aild topers are passint
Each one to the place he ha
c hosen to stay.
oln)etims1 wvhen I aml' sob)er I miurnmu
And lie takes out his no(te boo0k am~
Are. offering some rare bargains i
seir line. Their new store is fillei
romn top) to bottom and they reques
n inspection before you purchase.
The Gash Store.
'Has on some special sales this w~eel
'he ladles know what this means an
ril be on hand on time every day.
ELEVEN OENTS COTTON.
| The Price Continuss Upward-The
Farmers Should Be Satis
Spot cotton is now bringing eleven
cents the pound. That is the price
-fixed by the Farmers' Union as the
minimum and should be satisfying.
It is true that since that meeting
|at which the price was fixeA there
has been considerable damage to the
crop but eleven cents is' a fair price
and it will not be wize to hold for
higher. -price unless the obligations
of the holders have been met. If the
farmer owes 110 money he caln (10 as
| he pleases but it is not fair to those
lie owes to hold his cotton.
Cards have been issued announe
ing the approaching marriage of Mr.
Marvin M. Abrams, a popular young
man of Whitmire, and Miss Fannie
Mae Henderson, of Maybinton.
Dr. Brown at Prosperity.
Dr. William G. Brown, practical
i and swientific optician, will be in
Prosperity all of this week at the
Prosperity hotel, feilly equipped for
all work pertaining to his profession.
He can fit your eyes with his celebrat
ed cryst.. diamond and Aistralian
pebble spectacles and eye glassc,
which are adapted to each defect of
the eyes whether efected from age ot
any other cause. He will be glad to
have you call and have your eyes ex
amined whether you purchase glasses
E. H. KIBLER,
Office formerly occupied
By Dr. D. L. Boozer,
Newberry, S. 0.
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
The undersigned will sell at public
outery at Newberry Court House on
Saesday, 5th day of November, next,
during legal hours of sale, the follow
ing described lands in the Town of
Newherry, S. C., viz: All that lot of
land containing one and twenty-six
hundredths acres more or less bound
ed by lots of Geo. S. Mower, C. J.
Purcell and Mirs. M. P. Livingston
and by Main and Harrinixton streets,
being the real estate of The Carolina
Mfg. Company. This property may
be sold in lots and if so plats of
same will be on file with the under
signed on and after October 26th,
Terms of sale: One-third of purchase
money in cash, and the remainder in
two equal instalments payable in one
and t wo years with interest from day
of sale at eight per cent until paid, to
be secured by the promissory notes of
pi-retaser and a noilgage oL pre
mises sold. Pnrehaser to pay for
all papers and recordirg.
By order of Board of Di~evtors.
James A. Burton,
President & Trei'asiurer.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
By John C. Wilson, Esquire, Probate
WHEREAS, John C. Goggans, C.
C. C. P. & G. S. hath made suit to
me, to grant him Letters of Adminis
tr'at ion of tihe Estate of and effects.of
Th.s. F. Hendrix.
THESE ARE THEREFORE to
cite and admonish all and singular
the kindred and Creditors of the said
Thos. F. Hendrix deceased, that they
be and ap)pear before me, in the Court
of Probate, to be held at Newbeirry
on Monday Novembei' 26, next after
puiblication thereof, at 11 o'clock in
the forenoon, to showv cause, if any
they have, why the said Administra
tion should not be granted.
GIVEN under my Hand, this 15th
(day of October Anno Domini, 1006.
J. C. Wilson,
J. P. N.*C.
HAWES DERBY HATS.
HAWES NEW FALL DERBYS
JUST OPENED UP AND AN~OTH
ER ORDER AT THE FACTORY,
ALJSO THE NEW STYLE IN
HAWES SOFT HATS. WE SELL
HAWES HATS WITH THE LIB
ERAL GAURANTEE 'YOUR
MONEY BACK IF YOU ARE NOT
SATISFIED AFTER WEARING.''
WHY PAY FIVE DOLLARS TOR
A HAT WHEN YOU CAN BUY A
HAWES FOR THREE DOLLARS.
A. C. JONES.
NWfEWnm. L OG. OCT. ISh 1*o@.
The finest line,.of coat. -for -a
ever brought to Newberry are on e
bition and for eajo at mnnaul
emporium. If any lAdy in Newb(
county is thinkip..9f pur4hisi
coat and has Hot'seen-the 1in4v4
lie is offering, it will pay her to
and look at these before she,
chases. They are Ivery hands
anid Miumaugh sa.ys he will sell ti
at prices right. He also'has a la
line of shoes, and other dry go
and dress goods and his millir
departnit is up-to-date.
OUR NEW FALL GEM.
WE IN.ITB SPEOIAL ATTI
TION TO OUR NEW LIN.
MEN'S FALL GLOVES THE Al
STOOK IN THE MARKET. PRI(
RANGING FROM 25 CENTS
$1.50 A PAIR.
A. 0. JONES.
NEWBUR,: S. 0. OCT. 15, 1
A rew lot .of
Souvenir Post Can
LOCAL AND COMIC.
3 for 5 Cents
ARTHUR DUNN AND JAN
SEARHARDT & WELLS,
In the New Mus
By THE L.f
Speci Com->any of50
Tvu Undse th
lies . Cor-e,ted by Nt Gist.
chl- Middling .. 10 04
,h's Strict middling .. . 10
Irry Good middling .: ....
call .. SPE01A, NOFTCES.
)me WANTED-Traveler stat ped
iem .- housei Tweve dollars weekl to
rge start. -Expenes paid. Rdfe ices.
ode Address.Georgo G. Clows, Newber..
ery ry, S. C.
IMRNS FOR SAii-Different.4ar
ieties at residence of Mrs. E. 0.
3N- Jones, Calhoun street.
IST FOR SALE-Young horse four yearm
TO old. Apply at this office.
SED OATS-Red Rust proof. See
At Noiberryi, -
Walter S. Spearmn..
SPECiAL SALE OF o=DTA at
Mayes' Book Store. Prices 10 cents.
Don't. fail to see it my assortment.
FOR RENT-A good two horse farm,
good dwelling house, two tenant
houses, good out-door building and
good pasture within two miles of
Prosperity. Good smooth land.
'p J.' M. Werts,
Prosperity, S. C.
'JUST AS GOOD" is' "NOT THS
I BEST"-buy only the genuine,
8 Shaw's Malt. Fbr stle at the Dis
FOR SALE-3 very desirable build
ing lots, 74 feet front by 150 feet
deep in' the heait of the. progres'
sive town of Whitmirb,. S. C. For
* further information apply to
D. H. Jones,
Raeford, N. C.
e WANTED-You to see me before you
build and get prices on sash, doors,
blinds, flooring, ceiling, shingles, etc.
0. W. LeRoy.
BAL ISBURY IN Tim LITTLE JOKER.
SLESSEES AND MyANAGERS.
LITTLE FUN MAKER
icat Comedy Success
[TLE JOKER ..
Winslow, in ToActs
Metropolitan Favorites and 2
Qhren .m of H .Hi"Gils