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South Carolina's Attorney General,
Takes Bride From Boston.
Beaufort, Dec. 28.-Today, at high
noon, in St. Helena Episcopal church,
this city, James Fraser Lyon, attorney
general of South Carolina, and Miss
Kathleen Greenwood, of Boston, Mass,
'were married. The ceremony was per
formed by the Rev. John Kershaw, D.
D., rector of St. Minhael's church, at
Charleston, assisted by the Rev. Mr.
Clift, rectorbof St. Helena.
Immediately after the ceremony a
Teception was held at the residenc- ofl
Mrs. Onthank, the bride's grandmoth- e
er, and at 1.45 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Lyon c
left for a tour of the South.
A number of out-of-town people A
were here for the wedding. The ush
ers were: Messrs. A. J. Bethea and 1
John McQueen, of Columbia; Wade tf
Harrison, of Greenwood, and George.
Waterhouse, of Beaufort. The foliow
ing were the groomsmen: Messrs Neils h
Christensen, of Beaufort; E. S. Steel,l
of St. Matthews; A. S. Salley and W. d
H. Townsend, .of Columbia. Theo
bridesmaids were: Misses -Clara d
Greenwood, Evely' Gorten and Louise C;
Wood, of Boston, Mass., and Mar- a
guerite Crofut, of Beaufort.
The maid of honor was th-e bride's' n
sister, Miss Alma Greenwood, and the. b
.groom's brother, Mr. William Andrew b
Lyon, of Augusta, Ga., was the best P
The bride's gown was of white satin P
-and chiffon, lace cap, long veil, courti
train; bouquet of roses and lilies. The r;
maid of honor's gown was of white;
crystal tunic over white satin, h-ead
dress -white tulle and aigrette. The A
bridesmaids' gowns were of white lav
ender bordered chiffon, with lavender 0
crepe meator over dresses, headdress, P
pearl bandeaux with aigrette and pearl l
SEES NO REASON FOR PARDON. i a
Chairman of Board of Receivers is Op. al
posed to Clemency for Garling. a
ton and Young. w
"I see no reason why the sentences a:
a~ given have not been representative !
.of a just punishment for- them- both," cl
is the statement made by Frank G.e
*1ompkins, chairman of the board of h
receivers of the Seminole Securitiesh
company, in making reply to the gov- h.
ernor as to clemency for John Y. Gar-n
lington and James Stobo Young, for
mer officers of the company, under
sentence of three years and on-c year, A
respectively, on the charge of breach
-of trust. The letter was written upon Ia:
r-equest of the governor. In his lett-er p:
Mr. Tompkins states that he feels safe p
*in saying that what he writes has the,f
indorsement of the board of receivers.
* "I h~ave never heard," continues Mr. 11
Tompkins, "that there has been the aa
slightest repentance on the part of a
either of these young men for these e
outrageous and destructive acts which c4
made a precedent in South Carolina in g&
circles of high finance." - s
BIG BLAZE AT BLAIRS. al
Blair-Frazier Company Suffered A
Heavily-Damage MIay Reach ti
Blairs, Dec. 29.-Resulting in a lossa
of $40,000 to $45,000, the store and
warehouse of the Blair-Frazier corn
pany was destroyed by fire tonight at~
-9 o'clock. The entire stock in both
*buifdings was lost. The loss is only
partially covered by insurance. The
'origin of the fire is unknown.
The Blair-Frazier company is one
of the largest concerns in this sec- a
tion, and does a very large business
in this and surrounding counties.
EILLED TRTING TO SAVE DOG. P
S eorge F. Blackwell Fatally Struck 0
b)y Locomotive Near Colm- ti
Columbia, Dec. 28.-Attempting to a
save his dog from death beneath a! u
locomotive, Mr. George F. Blackwell, t
a resident of this city, was killed this h
afternoon about 2 o'clock, just out- f
side the city limits, by a Southern;"
'railway train. Mr. Blackwell was; 0
struck by the prow of the engine while
standing on a small trestle near the;I
Canal locks, and death was almost im
mnediate. He was about 55 years of I
age and is survived by a wife, four
sons and a daughter.
Is Commended. o
.Anderson Mail. e
Gov. Blease is to be commended for t
stopping the big "chicken fight" plan :
ned to be held at .Jonesville Christ-: a
mas day. But for the governor's or- c
ders the brutal sport would have been I
Now is the time to cubscribe to The,
Herad an Nes, $.50a yer.G
AT THE THEATRE. *
* * ** * ** ** * ** * * * * * *
January 12-Dr. Cook.
February 2-Three Twins Company.
February 8-Madame Sherry.
February 16-Paid in Full.
February 22-The Lyman Twins.
March 29-A Woman of the Hcur.
April 6-Christy Bros. Minstrels.
April 24-The Traveling Salesman.
Dr. Cook January 12.
Dr. Frederick A. Cook. tb Arctic
:plorer, will shortly lecture in your
As a fair-thinking, fair-minded
merican, we want to ask you-in
Istice to yourself and in justice to
r. Cook-whether you will not at
nd his lecture and hear what he has
No controversy in history has per
.ps equalled that concerning the dis
very of the North Pole. This is un
ubtedly the most momentous feat
our times. Every person living to
y would know both sides of the
se. Mr. Peary has made charges
ain-st Dr. Cook and has proven ab
)lutely nothing. Mr. Peary has never
ade public the proofs on which he
.sed his* Polar claim. These have
eni j.-alously kept secret by #Mr.
eary's friends of the National Geo
raphic society. Dr. Cook offers his
roofs openly to the public.
Dr. Cook will appear at the Newber
opera house January 12.
He's From Newberry.
We trust that in the consolidating
offices of the Soutbern Bell Tele
tone company and of the Cumber
nd Telephone coMpany J. Epps
rown will not be affeted-except to
a given additional iesponsibility
He's from Newlerry, general man
er of the Southern Bell company,
.d one of the "best fellows in the
yrld." He is a self made man, hav
g started as a fire insurance agent
d later drifting into the .manage
nt of a dinky little local 'phone ex
ange at Rome, Ga. Since his dis
very by the Southern Bell people
.s rise has been phenomenal, and
has merited all the success he has
d. Here's a happy and prosperous
w year to J. Epps Brown.
To Locate in Anderson.
derson Intelligencer, 29th.
Mr. 0. W. LeRoy, of Orlando, Fla.,
rived in the city this week on a
ospecting trip and was so well
ased that he bought a tract of land
m Mr. S. E. Moore -on the Gluck
ill car line and within the next few
oths will erect a -modern home
d move to Anderson. Mr. LeRoy is
polished gentleman and he and his
imable family will be warmly wel
med. Tt was thirough the Intelli
neer that Mr. LeRoy lea'red of this
action. -Several weeks ago he wrote
r a few sample copies of the paper,
the same time writing to Green
od and other places. He judged
deson by the paper and lost no
e in coming here. He was so well
Leased that he immediately invested
a tract of land to be used as a
me for him and his family.
IN JAIL IN LEXINGTON.
B. )fagett Charged With Giving
Bad Checks on Texas Bank.
Iexington, Dec. 29.--G. B. Maffett,
white man, is in jail here, having
en arrested in Prcsperity by Sheriff
.m J. Miller of this county, upon a
rrant sworn out by E. J Etheredge,
resident of the People's bank of
eesvill.e. It is said that Maffet on
about January 30, secured from
e People's bank of Leesville $175
pen a check issued by Maffett on the
nk of Lott, Texas, and $50 an or
bout February 13 on a cheek issued
pon the same bank. It is claimed
iat neither of the checks have been
nred, and Maffett's arrest was ef
ted. It is understood that efforts
ill be made to square the matter
itside of the courts.
TRA COURT FOR GREENWOOD.
iportant Cases for Term Beginning
Greenwood, Dec. 29.-An extra term
Sthe court of general sessions will
onvne here Tu.eday, January 2. The
r will last two week-s and will be
mber of important criminal cases
re to be tried, among them the case
' G. W. Long for the shooting of
tither Mulinax at Troy two months
Special-The Herald and News, $1.50
To The People of
The Officers, Directors and Stockhold
The Commercial Bank
take this method of reaching you, one
and all, with sincere wishes for a very
happy and prosperous
The Bank that always treats you right.
Begin the New Year with a new set of
Blank Books. The man who tries to keep'
his business in his head can't keep ahead
in his business. 'His brain can't stand the
strain, it's built to rememberifacts'inot'fig
ures. The human mind is never:completely
accurate when it is overworked. I have a
complete line of Blank Books. Call and
Buy Better Goods at thelSamne
MAY E Si
The House of a Thousand Things.
Mules!' Mules! Mules!1
Save taxes and feed bills by waiting until
after January 1, to buy your niules. We will
have plenty of them then and' at prices to
suit you and your low price cotton. Can sell
you one or a carload. We will have with us
SMr. H. H. Abrams and he knows mules.
Enough said. He wili be glad to have his
Summer-Wise Stock Co
e AND HIDES
HFOR RAW FURS AND HIDES
UWoolt oni om ision. Write for price
JHN WHITE & CO. LOUISVILLE.KY.