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COLLEGE DEFEATS TOWN.
Snappy Game of Football on Colleg
Gridiron on Thanksgivng After.
By a score of S to 0, representing
4ouch-down and a goal from the fieb
on a drop kick, the college defeate<
the town and a pretty football gani
on the college gridiron on Thanksgiv
ing afternoon. The touch-down wai
made by Floyd, who carried the bal
across the town's line on a forwar<
pass from Doscher, and the drop-kic
over the town's. goal was from thi
field by Floyd.
The game was started with a kic]
for the college by Smeltzer. The bal
went to Boozer, of the town. The towi
'by heavy drives through the line an(
short end runs steadily advanced it t<
the centre and Norwood made a fif
iteen-yard run from there. Parks wen
ten yards. Tile coqlege here made
.desperate stand, and got the ball. Af
ter a pretty tackle by Aull, for th
town the town again got the ball, bu
lost ground, necessitating a punt. Th
college held the ball on the 20-yari
gine. Wilson advanced the ball a gooi
distance. After some excellent play
ing the time was called with the bal'
in college territory only a few yards
In the second quarter of the firs,
half Kreps kicked off. There wa
some excellent work by Smeltzer
Kreps, Boozer, Norwood, Wicker, Aull
and Havird, on both sides, but nc
It was not until the second quartel
of the second half that there was E
score when Floyd in a pretty play tool
the ball over the line. The colleg(
failed to kick goal, and the score stood
5 to 0. Later after varying fortunes
of the two teams, the goal kick fron:
field was made, raising the college's
score to 8.
When the amount of practice had
by the two teams is considered, ther(
was some excellent work on both
Ifes. There were some pretty run
and some strong line work.
The town team was especially goi
vp fr the game, as was the collegc
i6am, but the college boys hope tc
keep their organization and possibly
In the future to take part in som(
GranviRle Wyche, of the Universit3
of South -Oarolina, acted as referee
Prof. Voigt as umpire, and Prof
Rountree as time-keeper.
FoHoewing was the 1fine-uxp:
College. Positions. Town
Jahnz . . . .. . C. .. ...Boo Scurr
H. T. Boozer . ..R. G. .... William!
Sheely. .. ....L. G.. .. ...Smith
Smith.. .. ...R. T.. . . .Pete Boozer
Simpson. .. ...L. T... ...Peterso!
Kreps. .. .. ...R. E.. ... ..Parks
Reenstjerna. . .L. E.. .. Tom Wicke:
Doscher. .. .... ...Tench Booze:
Perrit-Wilson. .R. H. B.. . .Jim Aul:
SSmeltzer. . . .L. H. B.. . "OE" Havir(
Gunter.. ....F. B... ...Norwood
Referee-Granville Wyche, of Co
RED XEN'S EXERCISES.
Thanksgiving Service in Opera Hous4
on Thursday Night Was Largely
Berge11 tribe, No. 24, Improved Or
der of Red Men, observed Tha~ iv
Ing with appropriate public exercise:
in the opera house on Thursday night
There was a large crowd of the mem
bers an'd their families and friend:
The meeting was called to order b;
Sachem Jno. K. Aull, and the exercis
es were opened with prayer by thi
Rev. Edw. Fuilenwider, pastor of th<
Lutheran Church of the Redeemer
After a few remarks by the sachem th<
meeting was turned over to Mr. E. H
Aull, chairman of the Thanksgivini
service committee, who read the
Thanksgiving proclamation of Grea
Sachem Otto K'lettner, and after a fev
appropriate remarks introduced Grea
Sachem Klettner, of the great counci
of South Carolina.
Mr. Klettner made an inspiring ad
dress, in which he spoke of the prin
iples of the order, freedom, friend
ship and charity, including service o
God and service of man. He express
ed -his gratification as great sachet
in the service by Berge11 tribe. He're
ceived the closest attention of his aud
ience, and his address will have a last
The Rev. W. C. Kelly, a devote
Red Man, was then introduced an
made a happy address along the lin
of duty of man to give thanks to hi
Creator for blessings and mercies be
stowed. Mr. Kelly spoke forcibly an
his address contained much valuabl
tho"ght, and showed deep research.
The exercises were closed with th
audience being led in the Lord's Pray
er by the Rev. M. L. Banks, pastor c
Cn)al Methodist church,, and th'
benediction pronounced by Mr. Bank!
"Gratitude," as old Dr. Sam Johnsol
remarked. "is a fruit of great cuRtivai
ton"-N~ws wel Courier.
TILL3LN LEAIES DECE1BER ?.
e Senior Senator to Answer First Roll
Call In Senate.
Columbia, Nov. 25.-For the ap
i proaching session of congress. S?na
a tor Benjamin Ryan Tillmau will leave
I his home tomorrow week, Saturday,
e December 3.
- Dr. James W. Babcock, a close friend
3 of the senator's residing In this city,
1 visited Mr. Tillman yesterday, at the
I senator's home in Trenton, and today
authorized the above announcement.
a Dr. Babcock stated today that Sena
tor Tillman is much improved in
c health. "In fact," said Dr. Babcock,
I "he is looking well. He has spent the
1 last saveral months on his farm and
I has given personal attention to di
recting his affairs on the plantation."
- Dr. Babcock said that Senator Till
t man would leave for Washington on
i December 3, so that he "could answer
- to his name on the opening day of
congress." Sanator Tillman would be
t ready for Monday, December 5, when I
y the senators and representatives are
I expected to present themselves at the
I respective halls.
- Senator Tillman and Dr. Babcock
I1 have been long time friends, and on
. occasions like yesterday-which was
t Thanksgiving Day-Dr. Babcock is ac
customed to visit the senior senator
The old Augusta Chronicle has of:
late gotten to be one of the most valu
ble of the South Carolina papers, giv
ing news that is hardly to be found in
any of the State d'allies. But the
Chronicle has always been a good
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SZ. T. PINNER, V. L. SMITH,
R. H. IIPP, Vice-Presdent
Again This W
Last week they came, they saw,
store last week helped spread the I
old goods to offer you, only the cre
for the style, quality and price is ril
its new and stylish you will find
shelves. Good people, bring your
buy such high class merchaadise at
and line the counters every day till
Don't you want a pretty new
dress for Xmas. Thousands of
yards bright, brand new Dress
Goods just opened up. See the
table of 60, 70, 80 and 90c.
Dress Goods at yard
100 bolts Dress Goods worth
up to $1.50 and $2.00 yard on
sale till Xmas day at yd-.-..-98c
Make a nice and useful Xmas
All the $2.00 yard Persian
Silks at yd. till Xmas day $1.35
300 fine Skirts on sale till
See the greatest Skirt in
America for.~...--. .$5.00
Pretty line Voile Skirts just
300 fine Silk Waists, $4.00
values, in black and colors, at
35 beautiful Persian Silk
Waists till Christmas day, price
16 only $6.00 Messolin Waists
at eah- - . --.... $3.98
GreatChristmas Sale Ladies' Suits
Look where you may for a
well dressed lady and you will
see our suits. Thousands have
bought already, but still we
have plenty more.
55 fin eblue and 1black Serge
Suits on sale this week at suit
only -..--...--.-.-.. $12.48
17 only, blue and black Suits,
worth $22.50, on sale this week
at..- ...- - --- -.- - $14.98
Great Sale Ladies' Long Coats,
Each from.--..$3.75 to s40.00
Makes a fine Christmas gift.
Men's Silk Hose
Makes a nice Christmas gift.
In boxes ready for the Christ
mnas card, from. $1.00 to $3.00
Three Thousands Car<
Pearl Buttons at do:
A Good Fire and the E
>me of t
,ek We Heralu
Giving at This
they bought. The thousands of I
lad news of wonderful bargain g
am of new merchandise, the kind
ht or your money back if not sat
it here. No old goods out of styl
hard earned money and let us
such wonderfully low prices. R
Christmas at Newberry's greates
Good Bye Hats. Give us
money and take the Hat. About
568 beautiful Hats for this
For Christmas gifts they are
300 pairs wool nap Blankets,
$3.25 kind, at pair $1.98.
5o Fine Australian Blankets
special price till Christmas day.
Great Sweater Sale.
Good for Christmas gifts,
Nothing better for a Christ
mas gift than a beautiful Rug.
All $2.50 'Rugs till Christmas
10 only, fine large 9x12 Art
Squares at special prices till
Will make the young America
glad to wear one of our fine
Suits on Christmas day.
Suit from_..-$1.49 to $5.00
Men's and Boys' Overcoats
Make dandy Christmas gifts.
Special prices till Christmas
Ma, ma, Bring me 6ne for
About 500 fine Baby Caps on
sale till Christmas day.
White and black, long and
short, great for Christmas gifts.
Kimonas and Dressing Sacques.
Special Christmas sale prices
till Christmas day.
Ladies' Hand Bags.
All $2.50 Hand Bags at $1.49
All $2.00 Hand Bags at 98c
All $1.00 Hand Bags at 64c
All 75c. Hand Bags at 34c
till Christmas day. Dandy for
Is of 2 .One Thoi
en 0- Hose a
est Line of Merchanc
RE OF T
I the Gad News
bundles and packages that left our
iving at the store of the best. No
you wont be deceived in buying,
isfied with any article you buy. If
e can find a night's lodging on our
make you glad that you are able to
ead every line, compare every price,
t store 'tis Caldwell & Haltiwanger's.
Jewelry, Belt Pins, Etc.
500 fine Belt Pins, worth ujp
to $2.00 each, on sale long as
they last, at each.............39e
Greatest lot popular priced
Jewelry in Newberry.
Makes a splendid Christmas
gift. The pair from $1 to $3
Shawls and Fascinators.
See the beautiful Persian
Shawls or Scarfs, at.....- $1.50
Great for a Christmas gift.
500 fine Mufflers at ..25e
300 fine Mufflers at._......50e
100 fine Mufflers at.....$1.00
Make a good Christmas gift.
ladies' Linen Handkerchiefs.
$1,000 dollars worth pure
Linen Handkerchiefs for Christ
mas, direct from. John Pull
man, New York. Come to the
big Christmas Handkerchief
Big lot Christmas gift Furs,
special sale till Christmas day.
aUp stairs and down stairs,
Dolls! Dolls! Dolls! Bring the
babies and children to see our
Dolls, more on display than in
all Newberry corn mned, from
25c. to 75c., worth much more.
Shoses. - Shoses.
And Douglass for Men look
better and wear longer.
LaFrance for Women are -
Wolfe Bros. for Women and
Children's every day wear are
the best hard service Shoe in
the world. You can buy either
and be happy on Christmas day.
Great Sale lace Curtains.
The pair from.....49c. to $3.50
Christmas Ribbons in plenty.
Baby Cradle Blankets, $1.50
value, at each ....................8
isand Pairs Ladies
t the pair - -JC
ise in Newberry Awaits