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The Movements of Many Pec-ple,
Newberrians and Those Who
Ali -s Nlauvie ('rnw. he brit
and1114 min daull e vIf A.1 % S. )
Cromler. ol, the Calwell communiliity,
left 1-n1 Situirdiay to techl a 1school inl
Miss Laura iBlense took some of her
school lildrein oil a pieic to Mr. J.
H1. Chappell's cotton field last Sat
urday. Tihcy amused themselves pick
ing cotton and gathered some 700
pouids. fii addition they had a de
light ful time.
Alr. William It. Seabrook, of Au
irust a. is in the city.
Nirs. 1. T. Mayes eitertained quite
a tnuliber of frieids on Wediesday
afterntoonl inl holnor ol Airs. \\'illiam
Mfiaver Ilays, f4)1 Alabula.
Ir.% .1. i). ChII.se, ()f Spartallnrl
IIs inl tlie city this w%eek.
.Nliss Neville lpe. wo las been
visit ill Ielatives il ('41ltinibia. will re
1il11111 Ill))i illorl-mw.
N r. .1. li, 1'e Iviervw. cf Flirec ,
r on - nwi n t hei I bn. 1- 1 1r 1.iFe Ilislil.
tan 11 .upan,ii . i iI the .-ily.
N! (h-ilev ive I,:vans l. t I I \\(Il
n *a ,r 1 ll n t. \.TIxas, where
slit. .chies i sjivldl sevvral w vks f(ill a
vii t c.oilb.. '.e ri vI(IS. I I r 'athe vr
11n 4 11 . 11 .E :m ar m m ie h r
as Far as Atlanita.
Al1. -1. I. (hritTill w\.vllt (o C'olulilhia
Alr. .1. I'. Neel aiil mii went tii Co
11umb1hia Yesterlav tIl attvil the cireuP..
les<rs. 1h-ryI Wells. .1im I )uneai
ait Will Siul.m'ledi the circu1.
inl ('h11hiii yesdtenay.
'lliss Ia ie lIkeagin,. 1f 'r1sporiy,
.0titl t lie \'erts-lDacus wveddi.ing
ll Weilics<day ev ilinl'!'.
1liss .\nIliv' Suber attemiled, tie
Wlierts-laells wedding. 4nWeneda
Nh i. anl.lr-. 'T. NI. Nev, it Wash
i-t n,I1. arc' visit I -II relaItives inl th
NI i ss Irene i Fuilknieir and l NIat tie
Akhlins speit Yesth-rlay inl ('oliIIIhiIa.
Mlr Z. P. \ Wright weint t Columbia
A. I tene Siloii, who4) Ia.s beien
visiting at MIs. C. A. 114wm1ani's hah
retired to his hiome iii A imtti.
H1ev. W. L2. Seabrook is atteidinlg
Synod in A ugust a.
Mrs. J. S. MctuCluire anid MIiss l7ran
ecs Seibrook speit a few hours in
Aliss hilly likkiiis, cof New York, is
visitinl" r. mid M1I.s. '. I. Sea
i r. S. It. Aull is ittemclinl the LI]
Iheranl sviod inl Aug4usta, G1a., this
l r. .1. A. 1r1toln has solme special
values in re'al vst at\ wich lie wvill
o(tIer ial vill tvIl you about them in
the next. issue.
The (Greenville 1Daiily Herald of Sat
urdaty c'haiiges its name to The Pied
moniit iand is pubhlishedl by the Pied
mont Company with Mr. Marshall
Moore as editor and general manlager'.
There is no douibt this is a good field
for a~ live afternoon newspaper, and
we have no doubt Mr. Moore is com=
peOtent tot produce ~just such a tnews
In the death of Mrs. Virginia D.
Young the South Cairolina Press Asso
c'iationi loe onec of' its most earnei&st
andic ent hu siiastic m'iebes. She wvas
alw~~ays pretsenit anid al ways punctuana
in the perfIormaince oft any dty as
signed. Slit will he greatly missed at
the aninuatl gathierinig. We be'e to ex
tend1 to the husbhandl our sympathy
in thel dleath cof his life piairtner.
Ther NIciInlar I meetlclc in ' of it ahe
rcoims of I lie Chamberii'' cl of 'oliniteri'e.
B3eth Eden Union.
Bet h Eden Fa rmers Union wvil
mecet at BethI Edein oin Mond(ay, No
vember 1 2thi, at 3 o 'clock in the at.
ternooni. A full attendance is desired:
Those w~ho are not members will b<
wvelcomecd if they desire to join.
The ladies of the Presbyter'iar
church will have their annual Chry.
santheiun show in the Montgomer3
house next door to The Frederick lie
.tel on the evening of November thi
Prizes wvill be given for the
Best specimen in white.
Best specimen in colors.
Also for finest variety of cut flow
ers other thain chrysanthemums.
A bandaha supper will be ser'ves
during the evening.
The ladies will be- glad to have ev
ery one having flowers to send thoem
The door wvill be open hit 4 o'clock
THE COURT OF SESSIONS.
The Davenport Case On Trial--Heavy
Criminal Docket-Impossible to
II I le VIIrt IIf I't-enIal SessionlA
hle( tII. wv-k dud(g-e Alrichl presid
in-. th11caes inlterest has colnted
ill In tcse oft tLe State vs. h'los. ).
Dhavenipor, ciarged wihli assanit and
battery with intent to kill. Committed
upon tlie personk of P. Clurk Smith
on fJuly 15, 1904. This case was tried
Iast sunmner, resultinlg in a mistrial
and was called up again on Wednes
lay afternoon. Mr. Blease, repreh
enltinvx (lhe defenldalt, anni1ounced
ready, anlod a ,jiry w\-as empatnelleti
and the trial of the case begun. The
teSltimonyI Was COnelnided y'eSterlda-Y
ing1111111i and arimnents f'or the Stae
v(r.e nIade by Messrs. Cleo.rge 'John
stonle, 0. L. Scn0111111lit and Solicitor
R. A. C0oe1)(r. lr. Blvase, tor the de
'viece. m1ad114e Ile closing" argumen1t yes
tvnlay a111 Ioo, tlie defence having
411etd no estimlIny.
Thle lestiInoiV Was praC(ically the
saile as 11.it ofTerel at the 1'rm1(1 ,
1.rial ma11 wiliil will be 'ealledi b)y the
n-ioers --I t lic Herald an<l News. T'e
Ilminl winte, aind HeI onlyv eye WI11
ne'~Ss to' the I rans:n-tiion wvas \lr. Thlis.
It'. Wm11kmi.m. wvlt'se evidenev was the
slle as thatt which le -ave in the
"I Ier I Iil. Tile case went to t le
.iry Ilast nig4h1.
The only13' other case inl whieli a ver
dict Is been relndlered was ill tlat ot
tle State vs. Rvry Sulber, 'h1ar-el.
with IIIuiter. Suiber was aeiitted.
TIe hiills hinve been retured by
tle --nnml .iury in tI vfoll1oWiIn catS :
Slate vs. .1lmes I)avis-1111n1nler and
carryn- (-vn.elvd wevapons.
State vs. AntlionY l'ilss- --Larceny
State vs. l-rank I)avis--'orI4,eryV.
State vs...ha nes.( rie r-A ssal t -and
bafterY withl intent to kill.
'tate vs. ClIarleY ln.ris--areeny
4of live s t4k.
Stae vs. Walter. ih-w-i --.\ssault
:n41 battery with inltvinl 14) kill.
State vs. Johnl I)illat .\lias Joln
D)illanr.- -esisting anl oflicer.
Slate vs. Orhlanlo I11-ooks-lumreen
of live stoek.
StHe vs. ( Ru &lnwick--Assault
and liattery with intent to kill.
Slate vs. 1'. Williams-Throwing
missiles into trainl.
State vs. John Mfonltgoeicry--En
tvriing liouse with intent to steal.
State vs. 13. W. Goodwin-Murder
and( car-ryin". concealed wveaponls.
Goodwin will nIot be tried at this
iemi. The deence aniouncied ready
but the pliysicvian inl attenlamce upott
Mr. (1oodlwiln. Dr. T. WV. Smiti, ur'
nislhes a er-titicate t the effect 011t
Mr. (Goo'dWill wIs nlot able lto cole
in ct,I haviinl hern ill i,or several
weeks .ith tyl h'id lever.
Whlile nlo Ju1ries were inl attendan11cel
npon the vourt. on Tuesday it being
teeril election da and therefor 11e a
legal Ihliday, a n iumber of appeal1
ca154ss were disposed of' by t he court.
Important Meeting of Veterans.
All mlemb)ers of Camp .Jamets D).
Nance U. C. V., will meet in the court
house on Saturday, November 10th
inst., at 11 o'clock, a. mn., for the pur
pose of electing delegat.es to repres
ent thle ('aump in Cohniubia, S. C., on
the occaisiont of the uinveiling of the
mnoniumnt of Wade Hampton on No.
v'ember 20th, 1906.
J. W. Gary,
0. L. Schunperl, Comn.
Honor Roll Cromer School.
7th (Grade--Willie. May Shannon:.
51 th 0iu erade- maymond Abram ils,
h'd1 Gr~ade lhne rt rimer, ('m
2ndl (rade -Guy Shantnoni.
1st. 1Gradte-Johln ShIannonl.
November 5t, 19G2..
Death of Mr. W. M. Shackleford.
M~r. W. M. Shackleford, after a
long illntess, died at his home in Newv
berry on Tuesday about two o'clock.
Mr. Shackleford was born in Grif
fin, Georgia, in 1837, and came to
Newberry about thirty-twvo years ago.
Shortly after his a.rr'ival im New
berry, has was married to Mr's. Mat
tie Pope Wicker, whlo died in Sep
tember of last year.
Mr. Shackleford was a brother of
Mr. Harry King Shackleford, of At
lanta. He served thvoughout the way
and was a member of the 53rd Geor
gia Regiment, Company A.
Hie leaves surviving him five chtil
dren. He was buried Wednesday af
ternoon at 3 o 'clock in Rlosemont
JAMES K. GILDER,
Offce in front room over post offce,
NEWBERRY, S. 0,
A Beautiful Home Wedding--Elegani
At the( re, sideice of 'Mr. and Mr.,
Mlichalel Wvrts inl Cornelia street or
Wednesday vvening- all '7 o'clock, theil
yoitnest daughter, Florence, was giver
in llarlriage to )r. tobert Mabr*
)aeus, of Oreenville, S. C.
Tie solemiin, beautiful and impres
sive words, which made them ma
and wife, were spoken by- the Rev. G
A. Wright, pastor of the First Bap
tist church of Newberry.
The residence was beautifully am
lasteftilly decorated in green an
white, with soft pink lights inter
spersed adding much to the beaut.
of tle senlie.
The cereiony Was perforined ir
lite parlor, the bride and groon
standin- under anl arch and beneatli
the historie wedding bell. The arel
was white being interwined\ witI1
reen vintes and bealutifld white ein'
santhemum1111s, anld jutst back of th(
:Ich were bankel vely ferns ail
mlag. ni fitvil is. Tle color eflect
inl Ohe plrWas. inl kvvpinl. with th1C
b-viratIi4onls thoghungren m1114
Wiite With -Traiecchil tirapery of' vinc
and pink liudhts hevre andl there, :ndl
ini .i4 aditin. the walls wvere lumg
with a iinimber if handsomie picture
the work of the bride herself.
Mrs. J. W. llaltiwanlger preside(
ati tle piano, and to tle soft and
swveet strains of1 Lohenlgrinl's wed
ding inarch tlie br.idal party 'entered.
I h'i n t- t he cerim.on . t h Mel
o, LO' v' was ' ainld "eetl.
bridal pint v entered.
-ir1st eitered.the .two little iribb1n
beaeI'rs. lit tIe 1'aI'V Fra nees Riblet
anld F.retia 'Selmmilpert, b)tthl .nViNI..
oI, tihle bridle, 11nil wh o paved lie waV
fo1r tle britlal part.y, whto came in
the hollowi.-, order:
Mliss Isabel Dhvin.,. ol' (,reeinville,
V. ellvrs, ofIewery
'Iiss Bletha Walker. of. lagigelI,
withi )r. lerrv Elarle, Cf. (. reeinville.
Miss Elsie Neves, of *reenville,
with Mr. Thoias P. Jolinson, of New
liss Ida Langford, of Newberry,
with, Mr. McKeller Townes, of Green
Then caine the groom, Dr. Robert
Mabry Dicus, with his best man, Dr.
H. E. Dacus. Following them 'aine
lite bride, Miss Florence \Verts, oil
the arm of her sister, Miss Mar'garet
Wirts, where slit' Iet the grioo
wheni Rev. (G. A. Wrighit procceedell to
peroii the cereintiy, the wedding
ring bting used.
Thi' bride was beaiutifil in a hand
siome' gw 0,11WIlOf wlite satin chiftfoi, enl
Irain,. withI p l1. trinluning"s, full1 veil
caglit with a diaimond pill, the gift
of the groon. Her bouquet was of
briides i'tses and feirns held with white
'Thte mtaid of' honor, Miss Margaret
WVerts, wor'e a beautiful p)ink silk
gren'iadiine over pinlk taffetta and triim
med with passementerie and carried
pink chrysanthiemumrs held with pint
Miss Isabel Daeus, of Greenville
wore a white crepe de-chine built over
wvh ie taffret a, with lacetrimnmings and
Miss Elsie Neves, of Greenville
wore wvhite crepe de chine over taffe
Ill, lac(e tr'imings and pink girdle.
Miss Ida Langford, of Newberry
wore white net over pink taffeta wvitl1
lace trlimmings and p)ink girdle.
The little ribbonl gir'ls wore dlainlty
driesses of' whbite silk wtith pink rib
boins andt sashes.
v:'rv Ihand isomle dar iblu te ta iltorel suil
int'- andt stylish hat to miatch.
M\ ier the~ 'eremny t he guests re.
paired't to thle dIiiing rooms, wher'e ali
ol f'ashiioned and most sumiptuon.11
r'epaist was served. Tlhe i-olor' schem,
was carr'iied out in the diiang r'ooms
The bride's5 t able wa'fs beatiifull;
decoiratedl withi white satin ribboni
sispeindedl from t he chandel ier ant
carried to the four cor'ners of the'
bow~s of ribbon and tulle, and the cen
ter' piece on the table wvas of hand
some Battenberg work and the flower
large handsome white chrysanthe
inumn. Smilax was also used in th
decoration of the table.
The bride 's cake containing a rin~
thimble, dime, brownie, key and but
ton was cut by the bridal party.
D)r. H. E. Dacus, of Gr'eenville', se
cured tile ring, which lie gracefull;
priesenlted to the maid of hlonor, Mis
The key was cut by Mr. MeKelle
Townes, of Greenville, and Dr. Perr;
Earle, of' Greenville, seenred the dime
The birde and gr'oom were the re
cil)ienlts of anl unulsually large anl
handsome collectio,n of presenlti
Thlere w~as an especially beautiful'col
WREOK ON 0., N. & L.
Now Engi4e Jumps Track--Smi
Damage-Engineer Slightly In
There was a simall wreck on tlie 4
N. & L. railroad oil Tuesday atierno(
about two miles above Newberry. A
extra had been run out of Colunil
that morning in 'charge of Engine
George Foulk, taking a number
cars as far as Kinards so as to ele
the yard in Columbia and leavi:
them at Kinards to be picked up 1
the through freight. Returning
Columbia that afternoon running t
engine backwards and having only
passenger coach, the tender of t
engine struck something on the trae
it is supposed, and was derailed.
tle derailment of the tender the e
gine was also thrown off the track.
Efngineer Foulk was slightly brui
ed about the shoulder, but not seriol
ly liurt. He was attended by Dr.
K. rilder and sent. oi to Columi:
-lia evelnin.g. The track was torni I
for Some distanlce and the telderI
tle elline was brokenl up coisid<
ably and slight damage done to t
enginlie. ,lust what caused the accidte
IMo ne steemls to know. The einiine
thiiks tailt probably there was sm
obsirutetion on I the track. le w
Iot 11111nin very fast. Thle enlgi
is No. i. the new engine which Ii
eel recently put ill service by Prei
(ieit Ciilds. Te 'eveniig i train fr'
L2aurells and the one from Coluib
had to ranisfer on Tuesday evenin
butt by next morning the track lih
beeii laid -11rUInd the %%vrej'k apd ti
tr-alTie proceeded i,egar%y.
At The Opera House.
'lo.reice 1.)avis, who flashed up(
(ired 1eIij)hii pe'6ple last seasoi nil
illInine(d the' Lyceeum Theatie wi
her piquait conedy, returned li
ni'-'ht anld preseited ''the Play
'Naid'' for a second enlagi!eiment. I
s1uccess was so certain last seasoi th
it is n1 surprise that last night's aul(l
enee reiterated its fornier enphail
approval. It is relief in times..IiI
the preselit, when the stage is a ri
of musical comedy and cheap dram
tic effect, to find an artist who clin
to well defined and legitimate stan
ards. Miss Davis does this in Loui
Malloy's four-act costume comned
There is nothing complicated eith
in construction or climax in ''T
Player Maid." It moves smooth
along. It is exquisitely simple al
this very simplicity is the chief char
of Miss Davis' perforlance.' She
like no one else. She is surely l
self in the role of Mistress Elean
Ifallam. 1Her ingenious acting is d
light fully appealing and her person
ity is as pleasing to the eye as I
performance is to other senses. Elli
)exter, an actor of admnirable schoc
ing, gives excellent support. It is 1
tween the two that the destiny of t
comedly is wvorked out., and Mr.. De
icr, while giving to Miss Davis eve
op)port.unity of focusing attention u1
on herself, preserves his own perse
ality in a way that vindientes his os
The above company will be at t
Newberry Opera House on Saturd
Oard of Thaaks.
We want to thank those of o
friends and relaitives who were
kind to us during the illness a:
death of our mother, Mrs. Sarah Ba
er, and pray that God will bless a
M\r. .Jamies L. Hlenderson, of Colit
huin. antd M\liss Ethel Bertey, of t1
counity, were married at the pars5(
age of the Biethmlehem pastor~ate
Sumnday evening, November 4, Rev.
Jf. Long, officiating.
heetion of sterling silver, cut glass a
china ware ini ab)undance. Amo
them wvere also many hiandsomne pai1
ings, and one oil painting, the wvc
Iof Miss Walker, one of the brid
Smaids, was an especially hiandso:
piece of art. There was also*quit
- lot of pretty hand work and dra'
-work, the handiwork of the brid<
s friends in Newberry.
'Among the out-of-town guests wa
SMiss Annie Dacus, of Columbia; 14
and Mrs. N. C. Dacus,, of Williamst<
Dr. Dacus, the groom, is a prom
enot and successful druggist in i
city of Greenville.
The bridal couple left on the eva
Sing train for Columbia, and will vi
Baltimore, Washington, Philadelpi
and New York, and will be at home
their friends in Greenville on and
ter the 23rd.
It is worthy of note that the fatl
and11( mother of the bride, 1(fr. and M
Michael Woerts, ha've bnen marr
for fifty-twvo years and are sill you
NEWBERRY OOLLEGE LYOEUM.
i The Course Completed-ifrst Lecture
I to be At Holland Hall November
1 26. .
3., Newherry College Lyceum or t his
III season will open on Wediesday, No
Lu vember 21st, with Prof. J. 1). De
ia Mlotte's illustratod lecture, ''The
er Harp of the P;inces; or Secret of
of Character Building.'' This lecture is
fir very highly spoke of by those who
ig have heard it and by the press of the
)y country generally.
to In speaking of Prof. DeMotte's lee
Lie ture, Robert J. Burdette has the fol
a lowing to say:
ie "I have followed Prof. DeMotte in
k, a great many lecture courses, and
[i without exceptiqu his audiences have
n- been cordial and enthusiastic in their
praises of the man, his charming per
s- sonality and his splendid work.''
Is- The other numbers in the course
J. are as follows:
in Dr. (uy Carleton Lee, lecture
p ''The True Jefferson I)avis,'' Dee'nt.
[)t her 6.
I- The Mfusical Five. Vocal and In
iv strmental Coneert. Humorous Chai,
it aeler Skeclies. Thursday, January
er,. 10 11.
It, Joint 'l'hlonas Coiedy Concert Cow
ai, pany. The Great P)opuilar Ei,ntertain
Ite ment Company. Monday, February
ti- Opie IHead. The Distinguished
in Southern Author. Mlonday, February
, Victor. and His I?oyal Venetian
Ii liand. Final Grand Concert, Opera
w Hlouse, FridAy, 'A pril 5t h.
Thee lectures will he delivered in
I1olland Ha1ll at the college. They are
alays entertaining and instructive,
adI(] those who have not secured sea
L-onl tickets should do so at once, as
only a limited number of season tick
ets will be offered for sale.
Death of Mr. J. H. Suber.
Mi W. A. Hill received a telegram
it \vediesday announcing the death of
Mr. J. H. Suher at his home at Col
le,e Station, Brazos county, Texas, on
Mir. Suber was a brother of Mrs.
aill. le move(d to Texas about twen
ty-five years ago and engaged in
farming and has been eminently suc
cessful, and was one of the most
Y. prosperous farmers in that state. He
r was a son of Mr. J. Hardy Suber, who
moved to Texas with him and who
died at the home of his son only last
Mr. Suber has visited Newberry
several times since his removal to
Texas, the last visit being only about
two years ago. His wife was a Miss
I ichards, of Maybifiton section. She
er survives him together with ten chil
tt dren, all of whom are grown except
e- Mr. Suber was about fifty-three
. EV. IRA S. CALDWELL-C0MING.
ni- Will Preach in the A. US. P. Church
de Rev. Ira 8. Caldwpll wilj preaglh a$
17 the A. Rt. P. chapel, dorler of SRgyp
and North McDuffie streets, We4pes
day evening of this week at 7.0
o'clock.. Mr. Caldwvell is the supprIre
ur -tendent of the Hoiie Mfission work~
so in the Presbytery to Nvhich the Ander
id son church belongs. His 'visit is there.
k- fore of especial interest to the mene
a bers and friends of that church, lie
is also a young man of most interest
ing and unique personality, and all
who may hear him wvill do so wvith ins
1-rest andl profit. The people of the
city are cordially invited to atten1
it- this preaching sericme.-Anderson
us D)aily Mail, Nov. 6.
Sure to Fill 'Enm.
-. Teacher (at night school)-What
do you understand by the phrase,
-"'Seats of the Mighty?''
1(d Shaggy Head Pupil-They're the
nig seats that have been reserved for Mr.
it- Taft.-San Franeiseo Bulletin.
a Murphylike in Modesty.
ne /'Fat men are invariably honest,''
a said the deep thinker, ''and I believe
,vn it's because they're sensitive about
s's their fat."
''I don't see what you mean.''
ire ''Well, if they should be dishonest
Ir. and get caught at it they might have
mn.- to wear convict suits with the stripes
ln- running in the most unbecoming than
he ner.''-Baltimore American.
in.. News From Excelsior.
sit Excelsior, November 8.-School has
aa good attendance of pupils.
to Mrs. J. C. Singley spent Satufrdaay
it. in Newberry..
Lovely weather and .our~ farmers
uer ar uy sowing ots
..The swveet potato erop in this see
Lion is good.
The public roads are much bettor
igsince the dry weather.
Corrected by Nat Gist.
Middling ...9 7-16
Strict Middling . . .9 5-8
0ood Middling ..........9 3-4
Mr. J. 1). Stone is inl ColIIbia do
igsomie carpenOIter worki.
Ars- 11. .J. Kinard and Miss Janie
Kiiiard spent Monday in Nowberry.
Mrs. J. S. Wheeler and children
spent Sunday with her sister at Little
Dr. R. C. Kibler has been spending
a few days with his brother in Beth
Messrs. Jas. J. Cook, Willie and
Furman Dominick have been spend
ing a few days in Columbia.
Work on Mr. J. D. H. Kibler's new
dwelling is moving on nicely and when
completed will be a nice home.
The communion service at Bach
man Chapel church on Sunday morn
ing was largely attended.
'Tle farmers association will meet
at the school honse oi third Saturday
at 10 o'clock. Let each member bo
on hand promptly and answer to his
1name when the roll is called.
I hNreby announce mysclf as candi
datle for releelion to the oflice of
m1a11yor for tle enslin" term11 aift
pledge to abide the rules of the Dem
ocratic party. A. T. Brown.
For Alderman Ward 1.
Jas. 1-. Hair is nominated for re
election as alderman from Ward J,
and will abide the reles of the Derno
eratie. party. Mr. Hair has se.v''d
his Ward well and faithfilly.
Mr. P. F. Baxter is hereby nominat
ed as a candidate for alderman for
Ward , 1, and is pledged to abide tie
rules of the Democratie party.
For Alderman Ward 5.
Chas. 11. Wessoni is nominat d as at
cand,lidate for Alderman fromi Ward
5. and will ahide the rules of the
J.P. Cook is hereby announced a
a candidate for alderman form Ward
5 and will abide rules of Democratic
For Graded School Trustee Ward 5.
J. Morian Davis is nominated as a
candidate for member board of trus
tees of the Newberry Graded schools
from Ward 5, and will abide the rules
of the Democratic party.
WANTED-Good shoe cobbler. Ap
ply to J. W. Ileagin.
LOST. OR MISPLACED-Stgicol
instruments wrapped in white duck
cloth instrument covej'. Finder will
be rewarded by returnin~g them $9
me. W. 0. Hlouseal.
TOP BUGGY and harness, Second
hand but good as ntew-for sale,
Apply to J. W. Resggn,
for b te~atc an ~
cafe ppposite & r~.
Company. En u~ ~J plIj
E. H. KIBLEIR,
Office formerly occupied
By Dr. D. L. Boozer,
Newberry, S. C.
is. the best piano made and ae
knmowledged standard piano of the
It is the greatest piano value
for the pr ice paid, and conse
quently the cheapest piano rela
Its market value after having
been uscod depreciates less than
that of any other make over pro
The mere fact of the possesion
of a Stieff piano puts the seal of
supreme approval upofi the musi
cal taste of its.owner.
OHAS. M. STIEFF'
5 West Trade Street,
OHARLJOTT, N. r1