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the leading mercantile firms i1A
minack was married to Miss
eighley in 1879. To this un
o childre.:: have been' born.
man Lominack will devote
t energies to the discharge of
blie duties, and \he may be de
d upon to stand for what he
ives to be for the good of his
and the people of the city gen
ALDERMAN C. H. CANNON.
E ill Serve Ward Tbree as Alder
Man the Second Term, Re-elected
1Mr. C. H. Cannon, who succeeds
himself without opposition from
ard 3, is a -native of this county,
aving been born on his father's
farm in the Utopia section.
.-He was eleeted -alderman of his
ard: one year 'ago and as evidence
of the -confidence the people have in
this ability to seive them and the
fait-hfulness with which' he served
fis'first term on the aldermanie board
he was relected without opposition.
Some yiars ago Mr. Cannon left
the' farm and eame to Newberry aud
engaged in business.
.-Me is at 'present in the Jumber and
brick business and.has been very sue
'Recently he purchased an oiange
grove in Florida and. for the past
several weeks he has been in Flori
-'looking after the shipment of the
'fiAt from his grove.
',rM Cannon is an active and ear
est member of the Metho4ist hurch.
Several yeas ago he was married to
Miss Lucy Wright of this city.
Mr. Cannon is a gooi busina' s
an, progressive yet son.ervative,
-$.ce-essful in. his own b7E.1es_ 1n
terests and the afairs of 'the city'-will
be safe in his -has, and so far as
he may be able the best iirt;erests of
the community will be promoted.
WARD FOUR'S APERX"
r. AE. L. Rodelaperger, Who has
Previously Served as Alderman
From Ward Five.
Alderman E. L. Rodelsperger has
~en1tered upon tlie service of his first
term as alderman from Ward 4, but.
he -has. had experience on the alder
ianie board as the represekJtative of
another, ward. He served Ward 5
as alderman during the year 190-7;
and for some months of 1908, resig'n
ig the position on acEount of 'hav
ing moved into Ward 4.
'Mr. Rodelsperger was born in the
-city *of Newberry in.: 870), and has
lived here and in the -county all his
'lfe, except about three years, which
he spent as an employee of the Un
ion cotton mills. ,Prior to his goimg
to 'Union he worked in the Newber
ry eotton mills. Coming 'back to the
county from Union abogt\ ten year
ago, he was for a time eneaged 'n
the saw mill business. . HA t.heni
mnoved back to the city and engaged
in the buteher business, first with the
lat Mr. James F. Todd, and then
with Mr. R.. H. Sean. Following that
e again wen~t back to the Newberry
e'ton mills .f-or awhile. -For the
past two years. Mr. Rodelspergter has
been working in Mr. W. HI. Lomi
-Mr. R?odelspIerger was ;married in
February, 1889, to -Miss - Leila
Vaughn. To this union two children
hae been born.
Alderman Rodelsperger bring to
the dise-harge of his duties as the
ropresentative of Ward 'i the val
nable experience gained by him as
3he representative of Ward 5 and a
c~onservatismn and an earnest desire
to do what he conceives to be the
best interests of Newberry whieb
will make him a valuable member of
the aldermanic board.
It is an honor to serve one's ward
as alderman and it is a signal honoi
t serve the t.wo wards in which onle
live-s in suc-ession, and esp)eially witi
suha Tbort time,. intervening be
tween tihe two periods of service.
AJ.BRMAN FROM WARD 5.
Mr. Gregg. C. Evans, Who Enter!
Upon His Third Term as Rep
resentative of His aWrd.
Aldermen Gregg C. Evans wil
represe2 Ward 5 again this year
Mr. Evans was first chosen alder
man from Ward' 5 in 1908. to sue
eed E. L. R.odelsperger, resigned. H
served about eight months of Mr
Ro)delsperzer' iuiexpired I rim. 'on'
wa re- elect-ed for the y-:r 190'
without oppositioni. Ar the reCen
elein he mat-ini h:al ei unlan).<
Alderman Evans was hor-:> in Mis
sissio emptember 1, .1871. Hi
ealne to the countv when hle was quile
vounL, and lived in the Broad3 river
section of the county on a farm up
until twelve years ago, when he I
moved 'to the city.
Upon coming to the city of New.
berry Mr. Evans se.ured employ
ment in the Newberry cotton mills.
He first worked in the weave room,
but continued in that room for only
a few weeks. when he was transferred
to the cloth room, in which depart
ment he has since worked. He has
risen to be asssistant overseer of the
cloth room, and has .bright prospeets
of further promotion -in the mill
Mr. tvans was married on Decem
ber 23, 1894, to Miss Hattie Cromer,
of the county. To this union two
children were born. Mrs. E- ans was
called from the labors of earth, and.
on the 2pth of June of the- present
year, Mr. Evans was married to Miss
Lula Bell Kibler.
Mr. Evans is a member of Bergell
Tribe, No. 24, Improved Order of
Red Men, of this city.
During his service as alderman Mr.
Evans has looked after the interests
of the people of his ward apd of the
city of Newberry, and that b has
given satisfaction to those whom he
represents is shown by the fact that
he has been twice re-elected without
THE SCHOOL TRUSTEES.
Messm: Wicker and Davis, Whose
Faithfulnessto Their Duties Has
Mr. John H. Wicker was reelected
trustee of the graded schools from
Ward 4 and Mr. J. Marion Davis
fro:a Ward 5, both. without opposi
.tion. Both have served on the board
since the law -was amen.ded abolish
ing life membership and reducing the
cuumber to one from each ward. They
have endeavored to the best of their
ability to serve the highest interestsl
of the schools of the city and their
rele4-on without oppostion is -a
commendation of their efforts by
he voters of their 'respeetive wards.
REPORTS ON COTTON CROP.
Esimtes Ginning ,to December 13
at 9,362,222 Bales.--Nearly Two
Washig~gton., Dec. 20.--The census
burean reports 9,362,222 bales of cot
ton ginned''from the growth of 1909
to December 13. This compares with
11.900.565 ,bales for 1908.
The proporti-on of the erop ginned
to December 13. 1909, is 90.9 per
cent. of the crop on the same day of
1908. Round bales included this
year are 139,967 as compared with
21,059 for 1908; sea irland, 85,184
bales for 1909, 80,'316 in 1908. The
number of bales of cotton ginned
from the growth of 1909 by States
edmpared with the correspondingI
date of 1908 follows: r
State 1909 1908
Arkansas'.. .... 642,784 847,312
Florida ... ......59,247 64,131
Georgia.. . ....1,465,189 1,867,963
Louisiana.. .....248,554 435,603
Mississippi ....959,016 1,441,947
North Carolina 582,144 615,736
Oklahoma.. .....514,715 494,984
South Carolina . .1,066,058 1,134,183
Tennessee.. .....221,464 302,677
Texas.... .....2,163,423 3,368,183
All other states. 53,909- 63,943
The distribution of the sea island
cotton by State's is as follows:.
Florida, 26,671; Georgia, 47,586;
South Carolina, 10,727.
The statistics in this report for
1909 'are subject to slight corrections
when checked against individual re
turns of the ginners being transmit
ted by 'mail. The corrected total of
otton ginned this season is 8,878,886.
Church of the Redeemer.
(Rev. Edward Fulenwider, Pastor.)
There will be the regular Christ
mas.service at the Lut.bier'a: chureh
of the Redeemer next Sunday .at i1
a. mi. The pastor will pr-eachi on the
sub,ject-" The Music of Life.'' The
hymns anid anthems 'will be appro
p)riate to t he Christmas seaso'n. Lit
ie Miss Rebecca Sligih will sing a
Thre Sudiday school will meet as
usual at 4 p. m. a.nd a.ll are request
el to be present. The elass-es in the
Catechism will meet at 3:30 and .5:00
I-n view of the union~ service at the
Methodist chureh there will be no
service at night.
A cordial invitation to all services
i extended the public.
OSERS! OYSTER.S! The' sar.res
There are more than c
retail Piano store') in C
is the only one at which y<
Hamlin. It is important.
cause thbn .you know whei
endorsed by the worId's lE
Possibly you 7 y iiot wish
to purchase such - expK i-ive
instrument as this one natii
rally is. "Ne-vtrtheles . vou
s ou,d come aud se otr Ma
s n & Hanilin col cc i:)1n be
cause it will give you :nior.
mation by w1 ilh you can jtidg
the value o" all other Piano-.
It s certainly worth the time.
you -.ould spend here simpl
Gable Building, J. V, WAU.A
of every d
ome and see
The Best (
ne hundred and thirty
icago. Ours, however,
)u can buy the Mason &
for you to know this be
e you can buy a Pidno
to inspect these masteZpieces
and to g t a cone.ption of
their iu.,ical qualities' Such
an investigation will make you
more -ri ical and more exact
ing f ,11 other ,Pianos, but it
will give yoi a 6eeper appre
ciatio ) and a c earer under
btanding of the ultimate
acievement in Piano making.
own in Music.
E Pres,, charleston, S. C.
PLETE LINE 01
our line befor
14V A PLEASANT I
One in which
I have to go
dend, not ev
If you are living i
R. F. D. route in tl
carrier will bring- t1
then pay it out for y
Ten Shares M111
is that investment
A N N OU(N
SPRING AND 'SU
II will be please<
Orders taken for
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S. FR ANI
'~ ~JOHN 1~
you will not
fo the divi
n ask for it.
ct the city or on tht
Le country the mail
e dividend, he will
Ou, if you wish.
Ohon Mill. 0tock
It will send you
Every, SiX-Months 4
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ERRY HOGTEL 7
to have you call
ct the 1ne
SUITS and EXTR/A
nrediate or Future
IGEST MARE? PRICE
PAID FOR RAW FURS
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