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U AULL, EDIoR.
Entered at the Postoffice at New
5erry, S. C., as second class matter.
Friday, December 22, 1905
On Monday we will celebrate an
other anniversary of the birthday
9 of the Christ-child. To all its
readers The Herald and News ex
tends best wishes for a joyous
Christmas. The truest happiness is
in making others happy, and that
is the teaching of the Christmas
tide. The babe that was in Beth
'lehem's manger on the first Christ
mas morn, more than nienteen hun
dred years ago,. had come into the
world that he, the Son of God,
ight sacrifice his life, an atone
_ment for the sins of men. It is a
simple story that is familiar to ev
ery child in every Christian land,
and it is beautiful in its simplicity
and truth as the Scrptures recite it.,
The true Christmas spirit is the
spirit of giving-giving to those
who need, expecting nothing in re
I turn. The custom of formal
-hristmas giving has grown until it
has become a burden. No true
Christmas spirit prompts it. 11 is
the giving that.alleviates suffering
because the recipient is in -want, or
the giving that, makes for. happi
ess because of th . feelings that
prompt it, that. has a true place in
the picture, and that should be
. characteristic of the happy season
we will soon -celebrate again.
Mr. T. D. amage, *hohas re
cently movedl to Coronaga, is in the
cityi Newberry regrers to .lose 'a
citizen. such -as Mr. Rannge, and
h1is many friends are gliad tu wel
Scome him on his visit back to his
Y'Messrs. J. Fraser Lyon and Niels
dChristensen, a sub-division of the
'dispensary investigating committee,
and Mr. Deal, stenographer af the
committee, spent Tuesday after
noon and Tuesday night, in New
berry in connection with the inves
Mr. Thos. H. Pope, who is at
. ending the South Carolina Medical
4in Charleston, is at home for the
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Havird .left
yesterday for Flemington, Fla.,
S'hee they will spend some days.
ATTEN~D THE MBETING.
iWe desire to urge upon the cot
ton pljtrs and business men gen
erallyhe importance of attending
4he meeting of the County Cotton
association, to be held in the court
Shouse on Saturday. Delegates are to
~be elected to the State convention
and to the New Orleans meeting.
NO PAPER TUESDAY.
Following the custom which it
.has observed since it was made a
semi-weekly, The Herald ar?d News
9will print only one hundred and
three issues this year, and will not
be published on next Tuesday.
The city is to be congratulated
that the shooting of fireworks upon
-the streets will not be permitted
'during the holidays. It is disa
greeable to Christmas shoppers and
it is dangerous to life and limb, as
was proved two years ago when the
merry-making was brought to a
sudden stop by the death of a negro
whose brain had been penetrated by
No fireworks on Streets.
Almost one of the first acts of
Mayor Brown was to give instruc
tions that the shooting of fireworks
of any description on the streets
during the holidays will not be per
SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY.
B5 virtue of an order of the Probate
Judge for Newberry County, I will sell
at the late residence of James W.
Derrick, deceased, in Newberry County,
on Wednesday, December 27, 1905, al,
the personal property of the said de.
ceased, consisting of mules, horses,
wagons, farming implements, house
hold and kitchen furniture, etc.
Terms of spOe cash.
Ella M. Derrick,
SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERETY.
Under an order of the Probate Court
for Newberry county I will sell at the
late residence of W. C. Hayes, deceased
in the county of Newberry, on Thurs
day December 27, 1905, at eleven o'clock
a.. m. all the personal property of the
said.deceased, consistiig of farm Im
plements, four mules, two wagons,
Terms of sale: cash.
E. Lee Hayes,
The 7Famous TiAkers'*In "Rebit
evryaricl ogto m." I v
circu thamo t inkracers will grmb
Don't AND the 0001s
beari tikur mo
everypriing bougts, tabes, cha,e
menhanica women Nehver egine ar
ingi atck tols thestsli and t
of he trt cofmyt measserio-tati
and osts wcmtple stok every
caDryn'the chide to ceicu touI
cancus thaiten pr atchs wirm
prolsofie Tkn the we t
Cprising eds,r tblesehrs, eam
magich ern,to css a nd witout
W a e bomliee meeie ofURITY.
anWhre wchstl peae ePry
Do'W e afraid practie inPyUF
* PURITYlcounts, andIco.
* Ask your doctor.
As to Pensions.
I will be at the auditor's office I
each Saturday in January to receive
applications for new pensions. Old
pensioners are not required to ap
W. G. Peterson,
Notice is hereby given that we,
the undersigned, Jury Commis
sioners for Newberry County, S.
C., will on the 3rd day of January,
1906, at nine o'clock A. M. in the
office of the Clerk of Court draw
the names of thirty-six men who
are to serve as Petit Jurors for the
court of general sessions for New
berry County, S. C., beginning Jan- ]
uary 22nd, 1906, and continuing
for one week. At the same time and (
place we will also draw the names
of twelve men to serve as* Grand
Jurors for Newberry County, S. C.,
for the year 19o6.
Jno. L. Epps,
Wm. W. Cromer,
Jno. C. Goggans,
Jury Commissioners - for New
berry County, S. C.
t Hoond." Saturday Night.
IS MUST 001
ney here, you get value received in
presents to suit boys and girls,
e I put forth such efforts in secur
an examination will convince you
fine is the largest and best selected .
shown in Newberry. It is like ,
ring them here, only it is'not a
le about. I can show them
Designs, and Furni2
ets, etc., etc., etc. hI the line of'
guns, whips, automobiles, electric
ots more too numerous to mention
g dogs, monkeys, toys, elephants
will alwvays be welcome even if the ']
make yourselves at home till you
Lows, they are a partial index of the ~
lic for past patronage I hope by
ire in the future. c
xception the purest grade.*
TY when preparing medi
nts for much, in medicines. 0
?5 & 35 Per Ceiv
am & G. S. Mower C
low offering their er
.adies' and Childri
md Ladies' Skirts ai
)er Cent Reduction.
)pportunity for the ]
ection tbuythebest al
Quality, Our .
. Low Prices, a]
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,apital - - - - -
tecounts of Stock Comp
ions, Firms and Indivi,
Pavorable Termxs E.2
Deposit accounts received subject
t 4 per cent, in Savings department, c
lly, January and July. Open one 01
ial welcome extended to visitors at oi
D. DAVENPORT, R C. CA RLISL]
President. Vice- President.
GEO. B. CROMER, A
N E WBE RRY,
apital . -.
surpus . . . - -
lenosits Almost I -3of a
'Tomorrow" is a poor man,
3y opening an account in ou
- at 4 per cen
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nsurance Company in America. It is neal
he Greatest Gnarantees written in the Polit
iany at less cost. Its non-participating rati
ompany doing business in this section.
Actual Result of a 20 Paym
20 YEAR DIVIDEND INVES
Issued in 1885
Age at Issue, 22 -PER .$IOOO- A
Total Cash Value,
Being $137-oo more than paid in, besides t
Cash Dividend, $:
(Being 59.3 per cent of the total
Total Paid-up Insuranc
What.other Cornpany is
Call to see us. ROBERT I
itire stock of
025 and 35
This isa rare
adies of this
to check, and interest
both at once. A cor
E, M. L. SPEARMAN
IA L BANK
art Saving Today.
s it the STRONGEST Life
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ies of any Insurance Com
s are LESS than any other
ent Life Policy.
Maturing in 19O5
anual Premium, $25.90
wenty years insurance free.)
doing so well?
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