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Never. periztpz. in the social hiis
ti:I Witl di that of ycse! daY afternoo:
when Rev. Jains M. IIe-iry, presid
ing elder of the Croawley district, an<
Miss Lillian Gibbs were united' at th(
First Methodist ehurch by Rev. Fitz
geralds Parker of Nashville, Tenn
The prominence of Rev. Mr. Henr:
in the state and the sweetness, grac
and popularity of the bride combine<
to make the occason one of en.gross
ing interest to the entire community
No cards had been issued but thi
handsome church could scarce ac
commodate the fashionable and rep
resentative assembly that overflow
ed into the Sunday School room. fill
ed the center aisle and crowded ev
ery inch of space in the great ampi
theatre, exceeding all seating capa
citv, with standing room almost at z
The decorati:so. artistic. elaboiate
transfoimed the church into a poen
in gree:1 and white: in this transfor
mation one could recognize refine<
taste and unusual deftness and art
the wh ie walls overshadowing tha
ehancel zleamed through a tracery o:
delicate vines and branches, and th<
altar was a bank of giant palms an<
ferns; vines entwined altar and ehan
eel railings with charming effect
Three arches were erected ia thE
church, wreathed with bambo ani
bride roses. * Over the central arch a
wedding bell of white roses was sus
pended eaught with a love knot oj
white satin ribbon. Above the archeE
on either side the letters ''H" ani
"G'' were outlined in green an<
white. A tracery of vines formed 9
dado around the entire church, thE
whole effect being strikingly beauti
.ful and artistic.
At the hour of four while the greal
audience waited, the organ's notes
suddenly filled the pir with deep ton
ed harmony and the rich baritone
of Mr. Harry Priophit caressed the
caf in the exquisite love song: ''Be
cause 'God Made Thee Mine." When
the last tender note died on the aii
the organist's skillful fingers passec
into Mendelssohn and down eithez
aisle the ushers led the way to the
altar, Messrs. Philip Chauvin, Ed
ward Flowers, Clyde Sanders and
'Joe Austin; separating at the altaai
the'y crossed and took position unde3
the arches ou either side.
Down the, right aisle folloiwed thE
matron of honor, Mrs. C. A. Holeomlb(
of Baton Rouge, in a dainty whitE
organdie and lace, carrying pml
roses, and down the left, the maid ol
honor, Miss Jayne Gibbs, in an air3
creation of wash ehiffoa and .laet
against the snowy whiteness of whi-el
the great roses she held shone pi
From basketsi of blue forget-me
nots two beautiful litle fldwer girl
preceded the bride scattering thE
azure tinted blossoms, little Gene
viere Washburn and Bernice John
ston. They were pictures of cheru
bic beauty .in white mull over blut
silk .and created a sensation swith t-her
The bride, upon whom every eyi
entered with admiration entered 01
the arm of her. broither, Mr. Fre<
Gibbs. Never a fairer bride was see:
than this, the soft dark eyes, th4
rounded cheek delicately chiseled an
flushed with pink shone radiantly un
der the enveloping veil of illusion
against the dark hair with drooping
lillies of the valley. Her gowna wai
an elegant and artistic creation of ma
line over chiffon and taffeta, richi:
embroidered; she carried an arm bou
quet of bride roses and ferns. Sh
was joined at the. middle arch by thi
i'oom who entered from t-he righ
with his best man, Rev. John Fostex
and the t,wo stood just beneath the
wedding bell, ushers and attendant
grouped abo"t them, making a pictur
that will not is easily forgotten.
SMiss Est-elle Conner at the orgal
chnged "from the wedding march t
Sehubert 's Serenade which pulse
softly on the air while the bea.utifu
ring ceremony was performed wit]
impressive grace by Rev. Fit.zgeral'
Parker, The reverent. solenity o
the service impressed the entire audi
The bridal party arove at once t
the bride's h.ome where a buffe
luncheon was served.
The hride changed her weddi:n
dress for a modish traveling suit o
brown cloth trimmed with tan wit
hat and bloves to match and escorte
by the bridal party. showered wit
[enratulations,. best wishes and rie
the happy couple took the east boun
V. S. & P train for Chattanooga a
six o'clock. They will visit Mr. He:
rv's old home in South Carolina bE
fore returning to New Iberia wher
thev will resida~.
The w'edOinr presents were nlume
.u a cstly, makinst a display c
beauty anid ele-anie.
IU io. oI A reari lia. 11. W. .la1
of WateIIproof, \Villam Snhuhle o:
Jackson, Robert. Winn of Mind.en
Briscoe Carter of Minden, presidino
elder, D. C. Barr of Oak Ridge, Dr
Boggs of Shreveport, T. F. Randal
Other out of town guests were
Mrs. Charles Holcombe of Bator
1 Rouge, Miss Essie -iepard of New
Orleans, Mrs. A. P. Ball of Jack
son, Mr. Ben Jones of Baton Rouge
Mr. Edward Flowers of Vicksburg
. ev. Al. Ahrens on the staff of the
. New O/aus Picayune, who was a
. classmate at Vanderbilt of the grvorii
. came up for the wedding which he re
. ported by wire for today's paper.
Of the fair bride whom Mr. Henry
hias won nothini too fin- and too.ele
gant could be penned; possessing
.)e beatyiI1V. :wecilless and a rare
j;rsonaI Charm !It draws every
heart to her. a leader in every good
cause that called for volu:iteers. She
was a blessing to this community in
which her loss will be keenly felt. I
tie wishes of every one who knew
aad loved her here could wrest it
from fate for her, there would be only
perfect happiness and prosperity foi
her in the new world into which she
The -Toom is known throughout
the vnfines of the state and needs no
-11ti-i uction to this people among
whom he has labored and by whom he
is held in hizhest esteem and appre
May the "primrose path" which
both now tread togeiher lead straight
a:id fair throughout the years ahead,
is S. and 0. s benediction-Monroe
(La.) News, 16th Oct.
President Roosevelt's warm advo
cacy of irrigation will cheer up the
colonels who fear that the south is
becoming an arid desert.
STATE OF SOUt OAROUNA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Court of Common Pleas.
Geo. J. Wilson, in his own right,
and as Executor of the last will and
testament of H. Carter Wilson, de
eeaesd, and J. Chester Taylor and J.
J. H. Brown, as Executors of the last
will and testament of H. Carter Wil
son, deceased, Plaintifs,
'Effie L, Wilson, Texanna Thomas
on, 3anie Suber, Arthur T. Wilson,
Carrie Motes, B. H. Wilson, Lucy
Taylor, Hugh C. Wilson, Essie Wil
son, Willie Wilson, James Wilson,
Ernest Wilson, Olin Graham, Mary
Graham, Lucy Graham, Eddie Gra
ham, and Samuel Graham, Def end
Sale for Partition.
By virtue of an order of the Cori
in the above case, we will sell to the
highest bidder before the Court HousE
door at Newberry, S. C., on Salesday
in Decemnber, 1907,,within the legal
hours of sale, the following describ.
ed tracts of land situate in said coun
ty and state:
1. The Home Place of the said H
Carter Wilson, deceased, contVaining
316.57 acres, more or less, bounded-by
lands of B. F. Cannon, W. C. Srown
Geo. J. Wilson, M. A. Carlisle, Mrs
Mary Oxner, and others, which trae1
has been subdivided into and will b<
sold as six tracts, as follows:
No .containing 39.03 acres, more
No. 2, containing 28.06 acres, mor<
No. 3, containing 56.10 acres, mort
SNo. 4, containing 54.71 acres, mor<
No. 5, containing 65.03 acres, mor<
No. 6, containing 73.64 aerbs, morn
12. The Scott McKee Pla%, contain
ine 194.83 acres, more or less, bound
ed by lands of H. T!. Folk. Estate J
W. Cal dwell, Henry Brock, and oth
ITERMS OF SALE: One4-hird o:
the purchase mioney to be paid il
ash and thfe balance in eqfal install
ments in one and two years; with ifi
a terest from day of sale at eight pe:
tcent per annum, the credit portioi
to be sec-ured by bond of the pnr
r -chaser and mortga2e of the premise
sold. with leave to pnrehaser to anti
ipate the credit portion in whole o
1 i:i part. PurehIaser to pay for papers
and fer recording same.
e Plats of said lands may now b
5 seen on file in the above case in th
t office of the clerk of court, and wil
- be exhibited at the sale.
Oeo. J. Wilson,
e J. Chieter Taylor,
John Griffith as "Richard."
-- i1 )11;i1(1 :I . " a e r e
ihe n1t ify i of all the great
drainatist 's plays. This is the version
used by the eminent tragedian. John
Griffith, on his present tour, and he
gives to it all possible animation and
effect. Mr. Griffith's supporting com
pany this season is surprisingly good,
his costuming, scenery and general
equipment is rich and .historically
correct; in fact his management has
brought all the illumination of mod
ern art and modern thought to the
..X . .. ..X,
OPERA HOUSE NOVEMBER 20.
Shakespearean classic, and it exceeds
in int?rest any current revival of the
divine bard's immortal works. Mr.
Griffith's success being the sensation
of the season in theatrical and kind
red eire!'>. Mr.p f. j~ o.ked to
appear in this city on Wednesday,
No,ve er ,20 at ope -ouse and he
certainly should attract a very big
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
In Common Pleas.
The National Bank of Newberry,
-S. C., Plaintiff,
J. Lewis Duckett, Nancy Duckett
and Jno. P. Duncan, Defendants.
By order of the court here in, I
will sell to the highest bidder befo.re
the court house at Newberry, S. C.,:
on salesday in December, 1907, with
in the legal hours of sale, the follow
ing deseribed property, to wit:
All that tract -of la'nid of the estate
of Lewis Duekett assigned to me sit
nate in the county of Newberry, state
aforesaid, containing one hundred and
fifteen aces, more or less, and bound
ed by lands of Dr. R. C. Carli2, J.
C. Hargrove, Odell Duckett and oth
ers. Also all my right and interest
in that tract of land of the estate of
Iewis 'Duckett, assigned to Nancy
Dukett, containing one hundred and
forty-five acres, more or less, and
tonded by lands of Odell Duckett,
Charity Herriott, Indian Creek, and
lands of T. S. Duncan.
Terms of sale: One-half of the pur
ehase money to be paid in cash, and
the balance .in twelve months with in
terest from day of sale at the rate of
eight per cent per annum, to be se
ured by a bond of the purchaser and
a mortgage 6f the premises sold. The
purhaser to pay for papers and re
ording same. Sold at the risk of
the former purchaser.
H. H. Rikard,
Nov. 10, 1907.
EXECOUTOR'S SALE OF LAND.
By virtue of .the power vested in
me as executor of the la,st will and
testament of Simeo.n Miller, deceased,
I will sell at Newberry Cou-rt House
on Monday, (salesday) the 2nd of
December, 1907, at 11 o'clock a. in.,
at public auctioji, 1;he following real
estate of which the said Simeon Mil
er)j died seized and possessed:
Tra.t No. 1 containing 10)0 1-5
acres, bounded by lands of B. L. Mil
e, Miss Sallie Metts and tract No.
2 of the estate of Simeon Miller.
Tract No. 2 conta,ining 91 1-3 acres,
bounded by tract Nogl of the estate
Iof Simeoa Mil.ler, by lands of J. W.
Metts 'and Miss Sa,llie Mie.tts, the
-;lands *of Ira A. Miller, and traet No.
3 of the e;iate of Sim:- : M':'.er.
Tract No. 3 conta.ining 60 acres and
bounded by tract No. 2 of the estate
of Simeon Miller, lands of Ira A.
Miler, A. T. Dominick, D. I. Long
and J. W. Matts.
Plats of said lands are on file in
the office of the probate judge for
Termis of sale: One-half cash and
he balance in twelve months with
interest from date of sale secared by
'nd o1f purchaser and mortgage of
-rmises. Purchaser to pay for pa
James iH. Wise.
[.ut+m- Simeon Miller, deceasedi.
EXECUTOR'S S-T3 E OF D.
i'Y vilt;ue of te anth
by the will of Mrs. of:n., . -
Caldwell. deceased. CNe.ur<
power of appointment ovpr lands
heretofore held in trust), 1 will selL
at public auction, at the court house
steps, at Newvberry, on Monday, the
2nd day of December, 1907, between
the hours of i a. m. and 5 p. m.,
three hundred acres of land, more or
less, lying in Newberyy county, on
waters of King's Creek, about 12
miles from the town of Newiberry,
and bounded by the Brazzleman's
Ferry road, which separates it from
lands of C. K. Baker and others, and
by lands of Geo. S. Mower, Albert
J. Gibson and Charles S. Suber. Plat
to be exhibited on day of sale.
ThIe purchaser will be required to
pay one-third of the purchase money
inl cash and to secure the remaining
two-thirds by two notes of equal
amount, payable in one and two years
rn d(ay of sale. with interest at the
ratd of eizht per eent per annum
from day of sale, and a mortgage of
the premises. Purchaser to pay for
TC the purchaser fails, for the per
iod of one week, to comply with the
terms of sale. the land will be resold
on the first Monday in January, 1908,
at his risk. Deposit of twenty-five
dollars required to make bid good.
The purchaser may, if he desires,
pay his whole bid in cash, or two
iirds, and the balance in twelve
J. F. J. Caldwell,
Executor of Mrs. M. C. Caldwell.
Rates from Newberry S. C., as fol
Season Tiehet $19.55. Sold daily
April 19th to November 30th.
60 Day ticket $16.30. Sold dai'y
April 19th to November 30th.
15 day ticket $14.30. Sold daily
April 19th to November 30th.
Coach Excursion $8.55. Sold each
Tuesday; limit 10 days. Endorsed.
",Not good in parlor or sleeping
Througn Pullman sleeping ears, via
Atlantic Cost Line Railroad company.
Write for a beautiful illustrated
foldef containing maps, descriptive
matei Jlt of Hotel, etc.
For feservations or any informa
T. C. White,
General Passenger Agt.
W. J. Craig,
Passenger Txiaffe Manager.
Wilmington, N. C.
CHARLESTON & WESTERN CAR
Schedule in effect June 9th, 1907.
Lv' Newberry(C N & L.) 12:46 p.-mn.
Ar. Laurens . 1:52 p. m.
Lv. Laurens (C. & W. C.) 2:15 p. m.
Ar. Greenville 3:40 p. m.
Lv. Laatrens 1:58. p. m.
Ar. Spartanburg 3:30 p. mn.
Lv. Spartanburg (So. Ry.) 3:40 p. mn.
Ar. Hendersonville 6:25 p. m.
Ar. Asheville 7 ':30 p. mn.
Lv. Laurens (C. & W. C.) 2:00 p. mn
Ar. Greenwood 2:56 p. m.
Ar. McCormiek .3:55 p. m.
Ar. Aligusta 5:40 p. m.
Pullman Chair Cars between Au
gusta, Laurrens and Asheville, tri
weekly. Leave Augusta Tuesdays,
Thursday and Saturdays ;leave Ashe
vile Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
Note: The above arrivals and de
partures, as well as connections with~
other companies. are given as infor
mation, and are not guaranteed.
Cen. Pass. Agt.,
. Geo. T. Bryan,
- ' Greenville, S. C.
* Gen. Agt.,
Arrival and Departure of Trains.
Schedules of passenger trains ii
and out of the Union Station, New
berry, S. C.
No. 15 for Greeinville .. .. 8.56 a. mn
No. 12 for Colu.mbia . ... 10 32 a. mn
No. 18 for Columbia .... 1.50 p. m
No.19 for Gireenvile .. .. 1.35 p. i
No. 11 for Greenville . . .. 4.42 p. i
No. 16 for Columbia .... 9.47 p. i
C., N. & L. Trains.
No. 85 for Laurens .... 5.19 a. mn
No. 22 for Columbia .... 8.47 a. in
No. 52 for Greenville ..12 46 p. i
No. 53 for Columbia .... 3.10 p. i
No. 21 for Laurens .... 7.25 .p. i
No. 84 for Columbia .... 8.30 p. i
The foregoing scheduls are giver
enly for informationa, are not gua.ran'
teed and are subject to change with.
July 15, 1907.
I ~ G. L. R.obinson,.
"Easy Payments" is the Mod
ern way of doing business.
Many people amply able to
pay cash, prefer to avail them
selves of the easy-payment'
plan We are glad to sell you
a VICTOR in that way.
Come and ses us about it
Art and Variety Store,
Newberry, S. C.
Notice is hetreby given that the
Board of County Commissionems will
receive applications, until 28th Nov.
1907, for the position of keeper of
the county home for the year 1908.
The Board will hold its election on
the 30th instant, reserving to itself
however, the right to reject all appli
J. Monroe Wieker,
Nov. 2nd. 1907.
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ai . i Leading
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New Fire Pro:f Scenic Equip
ient Novel Electrical Effec-s,
Rich and Correct Costuming,
Startling Battle Tableaux and
Prices $r.5, .51.00, 76C., 5oc. and 25c.
Sale of se. ts begin Monday at New
berry H.rdware Co. Phone 61.
FOR THE NEXT FEW WEEKS,
WE ARE FACTORY AGENTS and
represent only the best Pianos and Organs,
that will last a life time. -
Write at once for our liberal terms and.
MALONE'S MUSIC HOUSE,
Columbia, S. C.
be priced lower.
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