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NOR4OU1 TRAN T0 COLUMBIA.
Important ,h0aW of Schedule on Southern To Go Into ffect on the 29th of November. The Southern has announced im portant changes of schedule on the Columbia and Greenville division, to go into effect on the 29th of this month. The morning passenger from Charleston arriving at Newberry at 8.25 a in . and the night train from Greenville, arriving at Newberry at II 40 p In., will .be discontinued. , There will be a mixed train, con ..necting at Alston with the Asheville train, so that passengers may leave Columbia at 7 a. i., as now, arriv ing in Greenville at 2.20 p. m11. This train will leave Greenville at 2 p. in., arriving in Columbia at I 1. 05 p. m11. A morning p)assenger from Green wood to Columbia will be- -put oil. leaving Greenwood at 7.30 a. In. and arriving in Columbia at 10.30 a. in. This train will leave Colum bia in the afternoon at 5-30, arriv ing at Greenwood at 8.30 p. n. There will be a morning passen ger between Greenwood and Green ville and a night passenger between Greenville and Greenwood. This schedule will be in effect every day except Sunday. On Sundays the trains will run as at present. THE PIPE ORGAN RCIAL. It Was a Rare Musical Treat--The Recital As Judged By a Musician and Lover of Music. Too much can not be said inl praise of the organ recital by Dr. Charles R. Fisher. Musical Director of the Preshyterian College, Char lotte, N. C., on last Monday eve Iing, in tle Lutheran Church of the Redeeier. The people of Newberry have never enjoyed such a rare musical treat be,ore. Dr. Fisher handled the instru ment with the ease and grace of a skillful artist. Long before the time for the opening of the recital lovers of mu sic were seen hurrying to the church, and before eight o'clock every seat in the building was take . During the entire prograime Dr. Fisher held the audience in rap tured amazement and enjoyment. Not a wvord was spokeii, nor a sound was heard but that of the organ as the people listened in breathless ad miration to t he grandly sonorous, the soft, mellow, round and fluty tones which pealed forth from the "Kinsg of instruments,"' and made the church ring wvithi such melodies as had never been heard within its walls before. During the evening the pastor-, the Rev. WV. L Seabrook, miade a most excellent and appropriate ad dr-ess, which wvas enjoyed by all present. Mendelssohn's First Organ Soni ata, the opening p)iece, was worthy of special mention, the grand, sol enmn tone of the Adagio leadhing up to the Andante Recitando and then on to the brilliant and grand Fi nale. The soft, sweet Nonctulre in R Flat, by Chopin, conltrastedl well with the bright comipositioni of Lem menis. Schubert's Serenade was mios4t beautifully render ed, the skillful fingers of the artist seeming to in-. terp)ret the thoughts of the great master with wonderful insight atud cleariness. The Concert Fantasia '0 Sanctissiima,'' by Lux, the fa miliar composition of Gottschalk aiid WVeber's Oberon Overture were equally enjoyed. The sweet but plaintive melody throughout Blatiste's Pilgrim's Song of H-opeC, the sad wail of the mouri ers in Wagner's Chorus of Pilgrimis, followed by the bright ad quick Military March by Wely, made a fittinig and beuff'uUlclose to ~the charming entertainuient. Words fail to do Dr. Fisher jus tice, for t e rendition of the musi cal program was beautiful beyond description. A Musician. In Memoriam. Mrs. W. D. Suber died last Mon day about two o'clock. She was the youngest daughter of Captain and Mrs. John McCarley and, like her mother, was much loved by a number of friends. "To know lier was to love her." She was a devoted daughter, a fond mother, a loving wife, and a noble Christian. The one characteristic that marked her life was gentleness, and there is no sweeter thing to be found in woaili. Mrs. Suber was the mother of three children, the youngest being only five weeks old She had beei unwell previous to her death, but was confined to her )ed only about ten minutes before she died. It seems that she had a fainting spell from which she never recovered. She leaves, beside her husband and three children, a mother, four brothers and a sister, who are sorely bereaved and who have the heart. felt sympathies of the entire coi munity. Let theni remember that, "She is not dead but sleepeth,'' and think as did the poet when he said: "But when the sun in all his state Illuminated the eastern skies, She passed through glory's morning gate And walked in paradise." A Friend. Caution I This is not a gentle word-but when you think how liable you are not to pur chase the only remedy universally known and a remedy that .as had tihe largest sale of a;iy medicine in the world since 1808 for the cure and treat ment of Consumption and Throat and Lung troubles without losing its great, popularity all these years, you will be thankful we called your attention to Boschee's German Syrup. There are so many ordinary cough remedies made by druggists and others that are cheap and good for light colds perhaps, but for severe Coughs, Bronchitis, Croup-and especially for Consumption, where there is difficult expectoration and coughing during the nights and mornings, there is nothing like German Syrup. The 25 cent size has just been introduced this year. Regular size 75 cents. For sale by W. E. Pelham & Son. Cigars, Smoking ~ Chewing' The Best Bran A Full Line of STATI( Beautiful WHY NOT Come and buy some of our Fine Cream Cheese Picnic Ilams Bologna Sausage Smoked Pork Sausage Canned Goods, C:obbagei Potatoes, Fruits, EIe? Chestnuts are fine this, year. We have a new, We hndlethe best goodls. Counts & Dickert nas' CURSE OF DRINK' DRINK EVIL DRUNKENNESS CURED TO STAY CURED BY WHITE RIBBON REMEDY. I announce to the world that I have an absolute cure for drunkenness in WhiW Ribbon Remedy, based on thous ands of cures made of the most obsti nate cases. In a majority of cases White Ribbon Remedy was given sec retly in tea, coffee or food, w,ithout the patient's knowledge. By degrees the patient gets a distaste for intoxicants and finally leaves off altogether. It is wonderful Many a hard drinker has thus been reclaimed and restored to his E family and friends. White Ribbon Remedy is easily given by following C the simple directions. it is tasteless, C odorless, and perfectly safe to give or take. is White Ribbon Remedy will cure or destroy the diseased appetite for ail alcoholic drinks, whether the patient is ki a confirmed inebriate, a "tippler, '' so- W cial drinker or di-uxkard. Impossible for any one to have an appetite for al coholic liquors after using White Rib bon Remedy. It restores a victim to normal health, giving him or her al steady nerves, and a determinetion to 1 resist temptation. Builds up the will power. Indorsed and Sold by Members of a Woman's Christian Temperance Union. Mrs. Anna Moore, Press Superin tendent of the Woman's Christian Tem- I perance Uunion, Los Angeles, Califor- n ma, states: 'I have tested White Rib bon Remedy on very obstinate drunk- e ards, and the cures have been many. I cheerfully recommend and indorse White Ribbon Remedy, and advise any woman to give it to any relative suffer- k ing from drunkenness.' Sold in every dru store, 50c and $1. b Trial package free by writing or call- si ing on Mrs. A. M. Townsend (for years secretary of a Woman's Christian Tem- 0 perance Union), 218 Tremont St., Bos- C ton, Mass. Special agents in I NEWBERBY, S. C., GILDER & WEEKS.Iki A CAPUDIN E !E CURES Trelerri. ai ALL HEADACHES 0 11 effoct on brain or boe . 10c, 25c aid 5Wc a bottlo. (LIQULD.) C Notice to Creditors. F A LLPI9RSONS IIOLDING. CLAAIMS .L R against the estate ot Jno. E. a Lominick, deceased, will resent the k same duly at tested to the undersigned or to Cole. L. Blease, the first day of December, 1903. And all persons I indebted to said estate will make settle- C ment by the same date. W. W. LOMINICK, a Executor. a Tobacco, Tobacco, dis VIay be Found at~ so..'.. )NERY, and Up-to-Date.I MUST BE IN EVERY HOME IN NEW BER RY T'he following druggists. rs.quests the hohiers of M~URN A conpois to bring. theim in at onc(e attid s'cure& absoluto. ly free, the regular size. bottle of the Great Preparation, MURNA WI NE For sale only by Gilder & Weeks Agent. AL Say John, I heard you say ros. had the largest and best se ounty, and they sold them che ounty, in fact any house in the >ecify and tell me how this is, a All right-first, their Stock ep most everything from a Cai agon. You say best selected? Yes, their experience in bus >les them to make fine select the people and are selling goo< What a record! You say th Yes, they know the best ma D house rent owing to the immc DO ft. X 50 ft. and Wai-ehouse : : water or electric light tax and Kpenses for help. etc., are muc What all do they keep? 0, my! you better say what -ep Millinery in profusion, the r isiness in that line this fall has >me orders from two adjacent s -r State. They keep Capes an 'ress Goods, the new shades an iings, etc., to match. Feather ace Curtains, Shirts aud Overa nds. All kinds of Notions, Col full line old reliable Baystate 1 'ress Shoes-ladies and gents id Rodcliff. A full line Clothil xtra Pants, Overcoats, Rubber id Matting, Art Squares. Hats, g Cases, Sewing Machines, ardware, Tinware, Crockerywa i Shells, Primes, Wood and \ ails, Baskets-market. lunch, et addles, Girts, extra parts for H -d Heating Stoves, Wash Pots, inds of Hardware. Buggy and /agons, Bagging and Ties, Oliv, nd Ca-iow. A large line of hairs, F :ed and Oak Bed Roor rd Dressers, Kitchen Safes, M, tc., and I think most everything How about clerks? Polite, kind and nice. Well I must pay them a visi long ways in that house. Yes, sir, it does. I mention at lying about what I have told B3oys' Knee Pants' 25c and Boys' Knee Suits $ 1.49 ant Youths' Suits away down. Men's Suits $3 00 and up. Blankets 50c pair and up. Wool Kemp 3 yds. for $1.01 Jeans 12 l-2c yd. and up. Ladies' Ready Made Skirts Jackets $!.00 and up. Checked Homespun 5c and Art Squares for Rugs and C Full Patent Flour $5. 10 bg 1 8 lbs. Standard Granulatec 12 lbs. Good Coffee $1.00. A nice Oak or Walnut 8 da Standard Last or Negro Fo< A good Dr-> Head Sewing A Heating Stove $1.75 and A Cooking Stove $7.75 anc PROSPERI OGUE. the other day that Moseley lected stock of Goods in the .per than any house in the Up Country. I want you to nd how they can do it. .s the largest, because they nbric needle to a four horse iness nearly forty yeare en ons. They know the wants Is to the 4 generations. ey sell them cheaper? rkets to buy in, and they pay nse two store brick building, Ldjoining, very small town tax, nothing of the kind, and their i smaller than many others. is it they don't keep? They iew and nice things and their been wonderful, having hand tates and from other towns in d Jackets, Ready Made Skirts, . new and nice things, Trim Done Corsets, Towels, Doilies, Ils, Knit Garments of most all lars, Cuffs, Ties, Scarfs, etc. shoes and beautiful line nice. -Kanatena, Autocrat, F. F V. ig-boys, youths and mens. Coats, etc., Carpets, Rugs Caps, Trunks, Valises, Dress roceries of most at' kinds. re, Guns, Shot, Powder, Load Villow ware Buckets, Tubs, . Leather, Harness, Bridles, rness, Lap Robes, Cooking Cotton Cards and most all Wagon material, Buggies and r Chilled Plows, Dixie Boy Furniture including Rocking n Suits, extra Wash Stands Lttress, Safes, Curtain Poles, else except coffins. t, you say a little money goes a few prices to show you I am you: up. I up. $1.00 and up. up. arpets 25c each and up. rrel. Sugar $1.00. ~clock $ 1 .99. >t 25c. Machine $17.93. up. I up. BROS., T Y, S. C.