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.CEWS OF BACMAN CHAPEL.
Christmas Exercises at Colony.-The
Program.-Preaching at King's
Slighs, Dee. 20.-There will be
Qristmas exercises held , at Colony
vhuroh on Christmas day, consisting
of songs, recitations and dialogues
suitable for the occasion. The ex
ercises will begin at 10:30 a. m.
The following is a portion of the
Prayer by Rev. A. J. Bowers.
Welcome address by Ira Cousins
and Rosa Ptysinger.
Reeitation by small boy and girl.
Dialogue-'The Spirit of Christ
mas"-by Lucy Dominick, Ida Fel
lers, Essie Wilson, Maggie Cook, Sa
rah Paysinger, Clyde and Ella Bee
Christmas Candles by eight chil
Recitation by Inez Hut hinson.
Recitation by eleven children.
Recitation, "Christmas Eve," by
Diasiogue by Clemson Wilson, Thos.
Fellers and Ray Feagle.
Recitation, "If you want to help
Sauta Claus," by Olin Cousins.
Recitation, "You ought to give
something," by Katie Bedenbaugh.
Addresses are expeeted to be made
by Hon. Arthur Kibler and Prof. C.
The public is cordially invited. to
Mrs. H. R. Epps, who has been
very sick for the past week, has
Misa Essie and brother, J. X.
Wilson, spent a portion of this week
in the Long Lane section, attending
Rev. Anderson's meeting at King's
Wishing you a Merry Christmas,
Xr. Editor, together with all of
your friends and subscribers, also a
Happy New Year, I remain your
kumble scribe. Son.
Neiws Prom St. Phillips.
St. Phillips, Dec. 18.-We are glad
t*hat Christmas is drawing near and
h ,ope pverf' one will have a merry
The wedding bells have been ring
ing in our section .occasionally. If
iLere are manyJ w! re *1M.ng Christ
mas week all the girls will be gone
and lots of the boys 12f'.
On December 12th, Mr. H. U. Ruff
and Miss Talu Lominiet were h3p
pily married at the home of the
bride's mother, by Re7. J. J. Long.
We wish them a long Uappy life anid
iope they will have a pleasant patia
,to walk throughout life.
Rev. J. J. Long prea -hed' a forcible
sermon Sunday morrang His text
was Luke 11:34. His subject '.hou'd
be impressed on each and1 e'-ery one.
Mr. D. E. Halfacre, o." Prosperity,
will move back to his home.
There wiil be a lot of moving
among the edlored jpualation. this
Misses Eunice Coehran and oi
ise Counts, of "Fork," visited at
Mr. ,W. B. Kibler 's last Si'erday
Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Livingston and,
Mr. and Mrs. Thad Kinard, of Po
imaria, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Kibler's last week.
Mrs. Emma Sheely and Mr. Dan
Behardt, her brother, will move this
week to Silver Street. We wish
them prosperity in their new home.
Little Rahn Ruff, who has beeni
quite ill with pneumonia, is improv
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Piester visit
ed at Prosperi'ty last week.
Account of the Christmas Holi
days, the Southern Railway will
sell excursion tickets at very low
rates to all points South of the Po
iemac and East of the Mississippi
I am repres
In this section, and am
prices on anything in ti
Tablets, Monuments, Etc
rny prices before placing
'and work guaranteed firs
B. B. H IL LER N I
See G. M.
Don't put off buying the
it is too late. I have a c
your kitchen to parlor-m
t The house beautiful is made up of many parts,
and one of the most important of these is the
dining room. Your dining room furniture
needs your special care in selection. No where
can you find so wide a range of selection at a
price within your means as at our store. Have
you seen our dining room set at
WHAT F> To aAY
About our furnitu e is what every one says.
In design it is the mo'. elegan and artistic; in
style it is faultless and novel, and in convenience,
durability and fi ish / s unsurpassed. These
are high qualities, but the facts a.le self evi
I have a nice shipment of Neat i
come and look them over. It is a
ver. Tickets will be oni sale De
enber 17, 18, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 31
nd January 1st, w'it~h final limit re
urning Janiuary 6th, 1910.
For further information, call on
zy ticket agent of the Southern
ailway, or _A
W. E. M.Gee, T. P. A.,
TACUBB.' T-AXKmATIONS. AL f(
Examination of applicamnts for
teaehers' eertifleates to teach in the
public schooli will be held at the T
our house at Newberry on Satur
asy, January 7, 1910. Examination _____
f white and colored applicants wil
be J. S. Wheeler, W
County Superintendent Education. _____
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prepared to make you
e way of Headstones,
.See my cuts and getL
your order. Material
~WBER RY, S. C.
B.Epting for I
tt Suit and Stove or Range and Odd
omplete stock of everything to fur
-and remember that my prices are r
This is our Celebrated Gold Medal Springs.
It contains 80 coils of tempered wire. Price 0
We have a beautiful line of Mattresses
ranging in price from - - - -$
~This No. 8, 20-inch oven, with forty pieces of ware,
ne of the largest and best stoves ever sold $24.50
ooonly - - - -- -
md Up-to-date Rockers bought, and upon their
pleasure for ;os to show our goods and we would b
ODS ON liAND ARE ASSIGiNED
Pay iWhat We Owe.
iUST HAVE MONEY!
ds Must be Converted
r Money Will Do Better
arvice Here ThanI
Anywhere Else." N
Are you ta
We will st<
r Loss is Your Gain. WHIT
Piece of Furniture u
nish your house fr
riade to suit you.
Folding 'Gioarts $
Here is the greatest propo
ever offered. ABSOLUTELY
Aretino Talking Machine tree
$50 cash trade' and a cash paymnenV o
$1.50, this payment to cover expr
and package charge.
arrival will be glad to have y~h
e glad ito have you call.
Telephone No. a9
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