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THE NEWS OF PROSPERJTY.
U. D. C.'s Have Baby Show-Con
stables After the Blind
Prosperity. December 19.-Miss
Lula Moseley is visiting in Clinton.
Mr. J. 1;. auaLtlebaum has gone
west to buy stock.
-The work on the new church is
progressing nicely considering the bad
weather. The roof is now being
Miss Southerland, Moseley Bros.
milliner, and Miss Leggett, Mrs. Cal
mes milliner, will return to their
homes in the old north state.
Mr. Neel Paysinger, of Greenwood,
is visiting his friend, Geo. Harmon
The Chirstmas exercises of Grace
Snlday school will be given in -the
city hall on Wednesday evening.
Married Dec. 15th, at the Lutheran
parsonage at St. Lukes by Rev. S. P.
Koon, Miss Bertha Bowers and Mr.
Frank Morris. Congratulations to the
happy young voyagers on life's sea.
The dime reading consisting of re
citations, songs, tableaus, etc., will be
given on Friday night, December 27th,
in city hall. Don't forget that the
proceeds will go to helping on with
the new church furnishings.
On Thursday afternoon there will
be a baby show and at 7.30 p. m.,
home talent will give the play Jumbo
Jam. There will be music at the
baby show. The Thursday exercis
es will be under the auspices of tire
1U. D. C.'s.
Constable Williams has been busy
in this neck of the woods and got
onto a tiger lair about 5 miles be
low Prosperity. He found 2 gal
lons wine and other evidences of de
parted spirits. The wine was in the
custody of Banks Dominick.
Chief Bedenbaugh got next eight
quarts of liquor in the possession of
Anderson Kinard. He paid ten dol
lars to help work the streets and
light the town.
The Knights of Pythias at their
meeting on Thursday night elected
the following officers for the ensuing
year: C. C., J. S. Wheeler; V. V., J.
I. Bedenbaugh; Prelate, E. N. Kib
ler; M. W., J. H. Werts; M. E., J. F.
Browne; K. of R. and S., R. C.
Count's; M. at Arms, J. D. Quattle
baum; Inside Guard, Joe. B. Hart
man; 0. G., D. J. Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Elmore, of
Whitmire, are visiting their daugh
ter, Mrs. E. B. Kibler.
Mr. Oscar B. Simpson is at home
from the Charlestqin Medical college
for the holidays.
Miss May Lee Barre has returned
from a visit to Greenwood to her 31s
ter, Mrs. Kenneth Baker.
Misses Lucy Fellers and Mary Lee
Barre attended the state convention
of the U. D. C. 's at Chester last week.
Hon Kenneth Baker, mayor -of
Greenwood, spent. Saturday and
Sunday in town.
The Masonic Fraternity elected
the following as officers for thre next
year: W. M., E. N. Kibler; Sen. W-,
WV. T. Gibson; Jr. W., J, F. Browne;
Treasurer, N. H. Young; Seeretary,
B. B. Schumpert; Sr. D., A. N. Cros
son; Jr. D., Jno. L. Cook. Stewards,
Jno. A. Sease,' Jas. H. Sease; Tilir,
J1. C. Cannon.
When a man wants an excuse for
meanness he usually begins by criti
ising the churches.
EARHARDT & WELLS,
Lessees and Managers.
One Night Only.
Tuesday. Dec. 24th.
Christrnas Eve Guaranteed
THE BEAUTIF'UL DOWN EAST PLAY
Along the Knenebec
With Band and Orchestra
Staged with all Special Scenery
Hear the Splendid Orchestra
Hear the Comedy Quartette
Hear the Good Singing
See the Realistic Snow Storm
See the Funny Duel Scene
See the Thrilling Explosion Scene
Clever Character Specialties,
Bright Music and Comedy
Prices 25, 35, 50, and 75c.
Parade at Noon.
Band Concert 7.30
Sparkling with ti
THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNIT)
and such exceptional advantages for
A MERRY CHRISTMAS TWICE C
articles, and, once again for the luck
Honest Quality the Best Holiday Sel
Christmas. When getting ready ret
merit and fair prices. I can only me
For Young Ladie
Toilet and Manicure Sets, Silver M
bums, Post Card Albums, Jewel Cases
Pins, Gold Pins, Box Paper, Pictures,
and Hand Bags.
For Men an<
Fountain. Pens, Military Brushes, Tra
lar and Cuff Boxes, Silk Umbrellas, W:
A good Book is never amiss.
For the Hous
Havilin China Sets, Hand Painted Cl
Vases and Ornaments.
1 have an unusually la:
twelve months, I have
10 days I am goIng to
known in the town of
is too varied to ever ti
decorated or plain Pla
decorated Bowls 5c, C
fake advertisement, it
come and see, if you d
before the best stock i
ine of S
loS is Onl 1
for Christmas have
I now ask the the pr
ie brighest .and mo:
--Rarely will circumstances permit of the p:
gratifying individual preferences in the selec
VER-One for the buyer, who seeing and ei
y person who receives it. I give Real Value
actions of the year. You are cordially invit<
aember THE BOOK STORE. I have just w
ntion below a few desirable presents.
s and Girls;.
ounted Umbrellas, Photo Al
,Gold Rings, Brooches, Hat . Dolls, T
Mirrors, Vases, Ornaments, ing Machir
I Boys.Horses, H<
weling Sets, Shaving Sets, Col- dyBas
itches, Ink Stands, and Books.
e Wife. ~ -Books, Pic
tina, Cut Glass, Silver Spoons,. Pens, Bibl
ig 10 Days C
rge stock of China and rath
decided to put it on the mi
give the people of this co
Newberry. I wish I could g
ink of such. However, I w
tes only 5c, plain or decora
ups and Saucers 5c, 10 in C
is a genuine straight forwar
on't want it I would ra:h.er:
been both thorough and
ivilege of showing you
ion of Gifts
%t original productions for
)n of 1907.
resentation of such an admirable assortment of Presents
:tion of appropriate articles.
ijoying all of my beautiful display finds just the right
s for Right Prices, placing at your disposal sincerely
d to come in and see my elaborate preparations for
hat you want in presents for young or old, full. of
For Boys and Girls.
sa Sets, Doll Furniture, Doll Carriages, Chairs, Beds, Sew
es, Pianos, Picture Books, Steam Engines, Auto's, Trains,
rns, Drums, Moving Picture Machines, Blocks, Guns, Ted-.
I Have a Large Assortment of
tures, Mirrors, Christy Calendars and Pictures, Fountain
es, Christmas Box Paper, Clocks, China, Cut Glass, and
er than keep money locked up for
arket at a sacrifice. For the next
mmunity prices on China never
ie you some prices, but my stock.
ill mention a few articles. 7 inch
.ted Cream Pitchers 5c, plain or
~ake Plates 5c only. This is no
i sale and all 1 ask of you is to
ou would not buy. Come early