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The Movements of Many Peopt
Newberrians and Those Who
Next Monday is salesday.
Mr. Robert Holmes has returned t
the Sol)th Carolina College, Columbin
Misses Unice Gideon and Carri
Spearman returned to the Greenvill
Fenale College, on Wednesday.
Misses Camile an'd Juanita Evaii
have returned to Nashville, Tenn.
where they are attending college.
Misses Jeanne P1elhan and Carolyu
Croner, after spending the holiday
at home, have returned to tle Pea
body istitute. Baltimore.
Miss Mary Carwile Ha rton, afte1
spending the holidayi at home, has
returned to her school In Orangeburg
Dr. Thomas H. Pope left on Wed.
nesday for the Medical College in
Mr. S. A. Merchant, of Somer, Ga.
was in the city on Tuesday.
Prof. W. A. Stuckey returned from
his home in Bishopville on Tuesday,
where he has b)een spending the holi
Ir. F. W. Fant. of Wiitinire, was
in the city oi luesday.
Miss Sadie Fant, of Whitinire, is
vikiting Mrs. .1. K. Gilder.
Miss Pearl Gideon. who has been
Spenldiiv the holidays ati home, has
retirniied to An(dersonl.
Mr. W. C. Bium has returned to
his school in Beniettsville.
The city council reenacted on Wed
nesday niih.At the license ordinance,
which ihas been in force with very
few chan-mes. The ordinanee is pub
lished n this issue.
The sireet (huty or(ilance as here
tofore was also recnacted and is put
The ten dollar prize offered by
Mayes Book Store during Christmnas
for khie person making the greatest
nub(ei o purchases was won by
Irs. R. 11. Wright.
The Herald and 'ews had a pleas
ant eall on yestenhay I'roin Mr. Vil
ihun ShelfTer. adlvanlce representativc
of the (harles B. l1anford Company.
M r. lian 1,ord's coipa ny will appea
inl tl eit opera ihiose iext Thutsa.l1
n:tin "Jullills Caesar'', wi1 th;Mr
11;11n,11n4 :!s Man- Antlony'.
r. \V. 1'. 11. 1lannonl, of Pirosper
it v. w\ill move back to his fain il
The(' 1Will be services at King
Creek (.111lmh nlext 'Sabbath mornin."
a, eleve' 'clo-k al at Cammon'
C(ek churh at 3.30 p. n.
liss Vivian Caltwell and Mr
1)'na1] Caldwell, who have been vis
itimor tle Misses Wilson, have ret.urn
ed to thioir homie in G'eeniville.
1'- 1. iausehiel, who has beer
slpiniilir the holidays in New York
returfw ol Wednesday.
Mis Eva Gary, who lIs b)een viait,
in-' frienid", at Kinards, has r-etulrne(
Mr. 8. .1. McCauighr'in, of Birming
ham. Ala.. is in the city.
Mir. and Mirs. J1. W. Smith ill leave
todayl foir Fltorida, w~here they wil
spendu sev'eial in' nmthis
Sherif I'I uford has capltutred .Jol
IInryv Smiith one of the niegro( boy:
c'harIu"ded withI shtu inlg int o thle C., N
& L . trcain above Newberry on ii
night of' the 8thI of l)eeenmbei'. Las
week he caiughit WVill (leen chairgeu
w~ith thle sameli otffense.
New Telephone Manager.
Mr. Roland (. Spearmain, who tia
been ini charge of' thle Newheri'y Tele
phoiie 'xchiange, has gone to his noi
appointimnt at Talladega, Alabami
Mr'. dl. W. l'airy, foirmei'ly im etar"
ofI the exchangeC at Siummierville, hai
d .1 Nw'wi'ry~\ and hats take
ecarge of' the N ewbeirry exchange.
Mi'. P'arry is a young man of p)lea(
inig mnnerlws anid a(ddress, and we we
come hiimi to Newberriy and huoIe th~
he will manage the exchange to th
satisft'ion of the many patr'ons c
the exchange in Newberry.
Board of Health.
'At the regular' meeting of the Boar
of Health onI Wednesday evenmng M
M. B. Chalmers was reolected healt
officer for the city of Newberry. TI'
report for the past yed(r was submi
tedl. From this report it si learn(
that there were in the city during i
year of 1900, 121 births and ~
The followinag gentlemen eonstitn'
the Board of Health: Dr. J. K. Gil.
et, Chairmanl, E. R. Hipp, H. B. Lou
iniek, W., H. Hardemanl, Joseph I
The Professor's Wife--Bobby hi
'been very naughty, my Dear, and y
snust whip him at once.
The Professor, (wearily)-Must
"Yes I avehim his choice-ge
tin whpPe orgoing to hear yoi
A W1BK OF PRAYR.
* To be Observed by Union Oervic
the Various 0harches Next,
The Evangelical Alliance -for
United States has apointed Jan
0-13, a week of prayer to be obse
by each church either separatel
3 ill tlo1 services.
* The pastors of Newberry hav(
cided to observe the week in i
, services and call upon their congi
tions to attend.
Monday 7.30 P. M.-Presbytt
i-The Churel of the Living God)
B. M. Grier.
Tuesday 7.30-Lutheran chur
The Gospel of the Son of God,
J. L. Williamson.
Wednesday 7.30-Baptist chur
Missions, Home and Foreign,, Rev
Thursday 7.30-Methodist chur
The Coming of the Kingdom, Rei
Friday 7.30-Associate Refol
Rev. G. A. Wright.
Sunday Iight, January 13-U
service at Lutheran church-C]
tian Institutions, Rev. J. A. B.
A Card of Thanks.
Dear Editor: Please allow us s]
in your paper to extend our sin
thanks to those kind friends and I
tives, who so faithfullv rendered t
services during the last illness of
dear husband and father, Adam
tiher Boozer, who passed away on
morning of Deeniber 24th, aft(
fin'ering illness of two months
typhoid fever, at the age of 38 y
and 20 (lays. We wish also to
tend our thanks to those who I
extended such heartfelt syipath;
uts in our deepest sorrow.
He was laid to rest on Christ
(lay in Ebenezer grave yard. the
eral services being conducted by
A. HI. Best.
May God in his infinite mercy
ward eaell of you foi your kindne!
Wife and Children.
Death of Mrs. Janes Montgoin
Mr's. Jahne Monitgomery, wife
Jiohn W. Mlont omery. (lied at Hi
inlsville. 01a. Funneral Services wil
had at Mr. J. W. Cliappell's resid
at 3.30 this afteinoon. Intermeii
Bee Hive Moved.
Mr. E. L. Bailes, the Bee Hive I
las I(ved his stock of goods ft
store recently oecupellbyd by Mr. V
Tarrant. Mr. Tarrant hias not ent
elosed out his stock and has ret
it to the vacant store room in
C rot well hotel bunildinig.
The store room recently vacate
Mr. Bailes will he occupied by
A ndlersonl, pr'opriet.or of thle Newi
i ac'ket St ore, and1( tihe store t
wich Mr. Anderson nowv occup)i4
tihe poist ollice building, will be
by lill and Sligh.
City Cafe Sold Out.
M%essrs. Earhardt and WVells,
prietors of the City Cafe, have
I oult to Mr. W. A. Fant and Mr. V
Fant. The Messrs. Fant will
conltinue tile restauirant anld will
a first class up-to-date fancy gri
Sstore, an iinstituition very muchl il
. ill Newhemrry, and if properly ru
, w have no dopht these young
,will conlduct ist succeCed.
Messrs. Earhlardt and Wells 01
s thme cafe ill the store room of the
I ternlity bulildling theC latter' part o
tob)er, and1( have conducted a v'ery
- itab)le eating house inl Newberry,
- tiling that was greatly needed
t they undertook tile business.
e Mm'. S. B. Jonles, whlo opened
r .door' a similar restaur'ant, will
tinue his restaurant at tile same]
but there is scarcely g'oom for tv
d Presbyterian Brotherhood.
e- '[he anlnual meeting of, tile P:
hI terian Brothlerhood * of Av
e chulrchl, - will be held in the e
W nlext Sunday evening at 7.30 o'
d The Rev. James'L. Williamsou
0 tor of the chlureh, will presiae.
7public is bordially invited to au
eTihe following programme wv
L Voluntary Duet.
Reading,of tile Scriptures.
~s Violini Solo.'
u Installation of Omeiers.
it Hymn 606.
t- Rev. Jas. L,. Williamson.
ir Hymn 608.
AS TO,AQADS AX-i ZWGE
se in Wants a Steel rirdeg Acros Bn
Bivoer-$40,000 Oourt House
Looping Electric Roads.'
the A correspondent at Strothers wri
uary the editor of The Herald and Ni
rved a letter in which he discusses ro
y or and other things.
As to the roas, he knows, if lie I
de- kept up. with our record, that we
nion somewhat of a crank on that subj4
-ega- Our observation leads us to conch
that something should be done
rian the roads, not only in the Mt. Plc
Rev. ant section, but in every section
Newberry county, and we would I
also to see a bridge built aer
Rev. Broad River for the convenience
the people on the Newuerry side, f
to make it as easy and convenient
possible for our neighbors on the o
er side to come across and see us v
spend their money with us.
We now have two or three bridl
D. across Saluda River, and Newberr
part of the cost of these was paid (
,med of the taxes of the whole people, q
ion, it does seem but fair and just to
all the people help to build the br
nion ges across Broad River fdr the c<
iris- venienee of the people in that secti
;eh- of'the county.
So far as the editor of The Her
and News is concerned, lie shall
way look after the interests of all I
ace People of the entire county as he n
here have ability as editor or represen
tive or both.
The following is the letter from c
Sfirieid, which speaks for itself:
Lu- Editor Herald and News,
the Newberry, S. C.
r a My dear Sir and Friend:
vith I hope you have had a merry Chri
ears nas with its holidays, which are n
e apidly passing. You will then
lye making ready to take your Place
ato the General Assembly, to do the we
which you have been sent to do.
you are one of my choice of our rt
mas resentatives (and not the third cho
un- so to speak) I have no doubt I
Rev. that you will do your duty as you
it best for the whole people. But
re am sorry to say that I think 1h<
:stolave beeni represenitatives, whio, afi
election, thiought there were no pi
ple outside of the town (It Newbel
111d sister towns.
For this fact, I write to impress i
iry. on your mind that while we are f
of in number down this side. we are i
Lwk- a part of the pejile. and the ip
I be which has been sadly% ne.deeted
nce those ini town. Otir roads show
t at ouri no bridges show it; aid ove
where we look something sadly
minds us of the time we turned o
selves over ouir shoulders to eleef so
nai, fellow to ollice whom we were sl
would do somethiig for our isolal
T. country. Theii as soon as they w
irely inlstalled, they could see no furtl
ave llthan could be heard the striking
the the town clock.
I am censuring no one, but it see
a by strange to us that houses arc bie
Mrroled away to make room for a fo
er housand dollar court nouse. It
Looi strange reading to us dlown this s
to see so much ioping of eclc
used ra il roads withI la rge sul>seri pt i
from the counties that are not a
to pay a ferryman tihe small amoi
of eleven dollars per month to run
old leaky boat the year around
pro- an extra on Christmas (day, to er
sold with frozen fingers three thotusi
hite idlec negroes. Then when wve ask
dis- a bridge to link Fairfield and1 N<
Opent berry, we are told that ''the mer
>ecery ants of Newberry wont agree to si
edda thing.'' Strange, but when t1
n, as want little railroads from towvn
men11 town like pig paths from persimii
tree to persimmon tree, we are'
Fra- Enough of this and to the p)o
f Oc- We want a steel biridge across Br
cred- river at Strothers (the old thorou
some- fare from Newberry to Winnsbo:
wvhen The counties have spent, yes, I mi
say have thrown awvay already eno
next of the people's money on ferries
con.. have built one good bridge, and
place, there is not a safe and conven
ro. crossing from Columbia as far up
river as I know.
I now ask you, and through you,
other representatives to introt
esby- a bill to require the counties of F
hleigh fedand Newberry to erect or b
clock, across Brqad river. at Strothers
plosk some other convenient point, and
ted Let the railroads alone unless
run them out to whe're some indu
1ll ho might spring up, as.is now invite4
the large granite fields' and Iun
lands of Suber, Dickert and other
Strothers, S. C.
At the parsone, of the Blethle
Pastor ate, December 23, Mr. Jei
son Gruber land Mis Lula Wi4
both of this conht.y, were mara
The ceremony was performed by.
House Paty at Ma ary*
The party that spent Cliristmas
Pad week at Mrs. Gary's was in every re
spect a jolly ani congenial one. \
Those present were Mft. Josephine
Gary Watts, of Lauren; Mr. William
tes Watts, of Denver, Col.;,Mrs. Alice L.
ws Gary, Messrs. Thomas and Claude
ids Gary and Miss Moriat GAry, of Bar
tow, Vla.; Misses Sarah Pope, Eva
ins Goggans' and Messrs. Eugeng Griflin,
are Tom Pope, John Goggans, of Newber
-et. ry; Mr. Ira Barre, of Legington; Dr.
ide George Walker, of Johnston; Capt. J.
for W. Gary, Louise Brown, Sara Gary,
as- of Kinards; Misses CarriW and Felicia
of Spearman, Lucy Riser and. Master
ike Alan Spearman, of this county.
oss The festivities began early' in the
of week. The guests were Aentertained
ud Wednesday iiight by ftre works and a
as balloon ascensio.n, Thursday night by
th- games, Friday night by a mock mar
nd riage and fire works.- On Saturday
night every body was interested in a
res Aebate, the subject of which was,
y's '''Tis better to have loved and lost
)it than never to have loved at all." On
nd Monday nearly all of the guests spent
let a very enjoyable day in Columbia.
id- Monday night they saw the old year
)'- out and the new year ii).
Metorological Record For December.
al- Mean maximum, 56.2; iiean mini
he mum, 36.8; mean, 46.5; maximum,
ay 74; date, 3d; minimum, 15; date, 24
La- and 25; greatest daily range, 34.
ur Total, 3.12' incies. Greatest in 24
hours, .95; (late, 30th. .Nuimber of
days with .01 ori more precipitation,
8; clear, 8; fair, 10; cloudy, 13.
Killing frost, 8, 9, 12, 13, 21, 22,
st- 23, 24, 25, 26, 27. Thunder Atorm, U.
>w Hail, 6.
be Rainfall for 12 months 49.54 inches.
m Average rainfall for 19 years 50.00
rk inches. Highest annual rainfall was
As in 1888 when the rainfall was 67.56
'T- inches. The lowest annual rainfall
ice was in 1904 when only 36.11 inches
:ee ,W. 0. Peterson,
I , Voluntary Observer.
Death of- Chas. M. Ruff.
Charles Nevelle Ruff, son of Wil
liam i-. and Amanda J. Muff was
found in the road in tile Mt. Pleasant
'P- conmnunity, Thiursd-ay, Decenibeir 26th,
Lw cold and lifeless.
ill . For several years he has been trou
blel wit h1 severe dizzinen4 of the head,
by an(l at times the attpcks were so se
nt vere ie was unconscious. The sup
ry- position is that he was overtaken by
one of these from which he died.
r- He was the youngest of a family
mlle of 14 children, and is survided by Dr.
11 .James 11. M. Ruff, Moorman Ruff, and
:e1 Mrs. Carr-ie Robertson.
re He was born February 7th, 1853,
ier -died December' 26th, 1906, aged 53
of years, 10 month and 27 (Lays.
After appropriate service by his
ms5 paste.r', his body was laid to rest in.
ang the family burying ground, near Mt.
rty Pleasant Methodist church.
. 5 Jno. J. Long.
rio Death of Mrs. Ann Bundrick.
ms1 Old1 Grandt-mother Ann Bundrick,
ble wife if Alfred Walton Bundrick,
mnt p)assedi away Friday morning, D)ec. 28,
an after an illness of four (lays. She liv
11n1 ed to the ripe age of 84 years and 14
LI<t She was born December 14, 1822.
for On the 28th day of Auigust 1845 she
-was married to Alfred WV. Bundrick
elh- with whom she lived 59 years. To this
ich union the Lord gave 5 children, all of
ICy whom are living except one.
to Several years before Mr. Bun
A drick died, on account of infirmity
not they broke up house keeping, and
lived among their children. No child
mut. ren ever bore more patiently with
Ead their aged parents than did these.
gh- They lacked for nothing that w~as
r~o.) in the power of thieir children to do
ght and give.
uigh This union of 59 years wvas broken
to by death of Mr. Bundrick which c
yet curred December 20th, 1904, in his
ient 84th' year.
the Mrs. Bundrick was ready to die,
and receive that rest which is un
the known to the world. She was a faith
L.ce ful member of Bethlehem Evangelical
air- Lutheran church, and on the day fol
mild lowing her body was laid tb rest by
or the side of her husband in the eeme
0tery of Bethlehem, the sirvebin
for- conducted by her pustor.
J. J. Long..
you DIs fP e ip
I by - he partnership heretofore exist
~ber ing between W. P. B. Harmon & C. M
Son Harmon, uinder the firm name of W.
P. B. Harmon- and Son, at Prosperitym
8. 0., has been dissolved by, the with.
B. drawal of W. ,P.'f Haemon from the
firm.,C. M Harmon and G. W. Har
mon 'will continue the business undei
' the firm name of C. M.: Harmon &
hein Brother, and will settle all indebted
'fer- ness and colledt all accounts of~ the
ker, firra of W. P. B.~ Harmon & Son.
eieA . W. PM 13 armion.
ev. C. M Harmon.
G. W. I rmion.
Meeting of the Rural Letter Carrifr
The Rural, Letter Carrier associa. Good
tion of Newberry county met in. the Strict
court' house, January 1, 1907. Middl
There were eleven members pres
ent. Teli.reading 'of the minutes of
the last meeting was dispensed with. MeIt
W.G. Peterson made a verbal report HAe t
on the road law of the county. Best I
This das received as informationfl- Best I
The working 9f the public roads Good
was then discussed. Mr. J. W. D. Good
Johnson introduced the following res- Cl
olution, which was adopted: .
Resolved, That each overseer, who Mixed
shall be appointed to work' on the pub- Hay .
lie highways under the direction of the 1st P
.supervisor an<I who fails to put-in the 2nd P
required time, shall be reported to tie Good
supervisor for action in the matter. Sugar
The carriers are required to report Rico
each overseer, who shall fail to work Co"
the roads as directed by the supervi- Coffm
sor, to the secretary of the Rural Let- Cottoy
ter Carriers association, who shall re- Eggs
port the delinquency to the supervi- Poulti
sor, and if the supervisor fails or re- Peas
fuses to carry out the road law, then
the secretary is to swear out warrants
against the supervisor.
Mr. F. P. Devore offered the fol
lowing resolution which was adopted: Office
Resolved, That a committee of three
members be appointed by the presi
dent to confer with the senator and
members of the house from Newberry
county about the road law of Newber
ry county, especially in regard to the
division of the time in which the
roads are to be worked. Committee,
F. P. Devore, W. G. Peterson, T. E.
Mr. F. 11. Dominick addressed the
association on the roaT law of the FOR
county. The thanks of the associa- mile
tion were tendered Mr. Dominick for the
his address. ' A
, The following resolution was intro
duced by J. W. D. Johnson and adopt
ed: FOR i
Resolved, That this association con- or s
fer with its congressman, to use his far
influence, to allow each carrier to fur- Als(
nish the names of each patron, for the bed.
purpose of getting a correct roster J3XI
of the patrons of each route.
Resolved, That the supervisor be re- ofI
quested to prepare and use a Kmg S
drag on some section of the county, as
an experiment. assc
Resolved, That the offer of The i
Heral,d and News to the 1. F. D. elai
carriers, of a' departinent in that pa
per be accepted and Thos. E. Wicker
be elected editor of that department.
Carrier Yancy T. Dickert joined the NOTI
Adjourned to meet the 30th day of is u
May, 1907, at 11 o'clock a. m. in the yea
W. G. Peterson, J. D. Smith, AFTI
Secretary. President. ly(
Mr. Moore to Marry.
We take the following notice from SHIN
.ne of the Greenwood papers. Mr. -1le.
Moore is editor of the Piedmont at
G reenville, and during tihe past year
nent several wveeks'in Newberry- FOR
Mr. and Mrs. Luther M. McBee re- nes:
quest the honor of your presence at ient
the marriage of their daughter upI
Annie Louise Ad<
Mr. George Marshall Moore
on Wednesday evening the ninth of Not
January, nineteen hundred and une
seven, nine o'clock Newvb
at their residence Hampton and But offic,
1er Avenue, Greenville, Couii
South Carolina. 10, 1
Miss *McBee is a popular young the ni
lady of Greenville and a wvoman of soeyve
deacided accomplishments. She is- a We '
in.aduate of tihe college for women p)lace
of that city. men
Gran'd Skating Carnival, Newberry ~lei
Rink, January 7, 8 and 9, at 9 o'clock.
Masquerade first night, two prizes
William Coleman and Co. Coun
The First Nationl Bank of Whit. DIcel
mire, S. C., is closing up its affairs,
and is succeeded by the firm of Wil
liam Coleman and Company, bankers. Th<
'rhe same offieers will continuc wh' bI deet
'hei new banking~ concern who hie~c befor
'Ken with the First Naitio:pl Uank of on ai
WVhitmire. Mr. Coleman -being pr'eg hight
dent of the new banking company. Wh,.acres
new firm has ample capital and "'i boun
really better prepared to take care ,og whiti
its customers than was the First Na.. Char'
tional Bank of Whitmire. land.
THE C0M1RCIAL BANK.. pay
The annual, meeting of the stook
holders of' the Commercial Bank of
Newberry, S. C., will be held at their
Banking House on Wednesday, Jan
uary 0, 1967, at twelve o'clock mn.,
for the purpose of electing directors
for the ensuing year aind 'te transac
tion of pnuy other business that n ay
come before the meeting.
December 28, 10. 1ink
3 !Fall, Mi
- Cahlor ach
. Cotton Matt*
Corrected by Nat Gist. .
Middling.. .. ......9 6-8.
Middling ..... .... 1-2
g .. .... .. .. .. 3-8
Th; Local Market.
9 to il
.. ............ 10 to 18
iard.. .. .. ...... 12
T. 0. Molasses.. ...6.0 to t0
M. 0. Molasses .. .. 35 to 40
Chicken Food .... 9
...............1.35 to 1.50
;tent Flour*. . . .'..4.40 to 4.75
atent Flour . . . .t..4.00 to 4.40
Ordinary Flour. .. .3.60 to 4.00
.... .... .... .. 5 1-2
.. ..I ...... ... 5 toS 1-3
lonsted .... .. . 15
Green .. .. .. .. 10 tn 20
Seed meal 1 .. 5
y .. . .. .. . 10e. 4 .
. .. . ..1.3 ;
JAMES K. GILDER,
In front room over post office,
NEWBERRY. S. 0.
E. H. KIBLER,
Dffice Formerly Occupied
By Dr. D. L. Boozer,
Newberry, S. 0.
RENT-Two-horse farm two
s west of Newberry, known as
J. J. Amick plantation.
pply, J. J. tAmick,
Kinards, S. C.
5ALE-Large stove; wod, hard
oft coal burner; just the thing
large room, store cr hallway.
, a fine quarter oak folding
W. L. Sealbrook at Lutheran
JE-The First National Bank,
V1hitmire, located at Whitnire,
., is closing its affairs. All note
ers and other creditors of the
ciation are therefore hereby no
d to present the notes and other
us for payment.
DE-You are warned not to
or harbor Cal Stoudemire as he
nder contract with me for the
1907. J. A. C. Kibler.
R JANUARY 1, we will gin on
n Tuesdays and Fridays.
rosperity Cotton Oil Mill Co.
GLES-I have plenty of shing
Call and get prices.
0. W. LeRoy.
SALE AT A BARGAIN-Har
Factory and Tannery conven
ly located. New biuldings and
;o-date machinery. '
Iress Factory care this paper.
ice is hereby given that we the
signed Jury Commissioners for
erry county, S. C., will at the
of the Clerk of Court for said
y at nine o'clock A. M. January
907 openly and publicy draw -
ames of twelve men whlo shall
as Grand Ju1rr for. one year..
,ill also at the same time and/
draw the names of thirty-six
w'ho shall serve as petit Jurors
e Court of General Sessions
will convene Monday, January
)07, and continue for one week.
JTno. L. Epps,
Win. W. .Cromer,
Jno. C. Goggans,
'y Commissioners- for Newberry
ty S. C.
nber 27th, -1006.*
heirs at law of George W. Senn,
sed, will sell at public outcry
e the court house at Newberry
lesday, January 7, 1007, to the
st bidder one, hundred (100)
of land in No.' 0 Township
cled by lands of M. M. Satter
, J. A. Burton, Joseph Pitts,
es Schultz, estate of C, S, Cle
ms of sale: Cash. Purchaser to
J. E. Senn.
D. C. Senn.
J. T. Senn.
*L. HT. Semn.
MatLle Wf. Senn.'
Marq JKva Senn.
and k~atixa Oarnival, itewbep
January 7, 8 and 9, at 9 o'olo
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