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NEWS OF PROSPERITY.
Social Activity During the
osperity, Dec. 23.-Mr. J. L.
leaves Friday for Tennessee,
e he goes to purchase a car load
ules and 'horses.
r. and Mrs. Bed* Wheeler, of'
bi, are with their parents for
r. Frd Schumpert, of Bath, Ga., I
visiting his mother.
Miss Annie Moseley is home from
lizabeth college, Charlotte; N. C'
There will be a Christmas service
at Grace church on Saturday at 10.30
a. m. You are invited.
Miss Janie Russell~ is home from
the Greenville Female college, at
T$e Newberry college boys will ar
sive to-day. They are Messrs. Barre,
Kreps, Fellers, Walter, Robert and
10eFall Wise, Wheeler, Marks aind
us Simpson, Shealey and Kohn.
Miss MarJ Willis is home from the
Presbyterian college, Columbia.
-Mr. Godfrey Harmon, who is at-'
tending Furman, university, is at
Miss Julia Szhumpert, of Chicora
eolege, Greenville, is spending the
Y.uletide at home.
Messrs.'Caspdr and Claude Kreps,
of Augusta, Ga., will arrive Satur
Jky for several days' stay with their
Do't forget the Merry Maids'
iMinstrel on .T-esday, the 28th, at S
p m. Admission, 25 and 15 cents; re
.served seats, 10 cents. The'e will be
ei a 'little doing, so we advise you
-to-be on hand and see what new
..Oeks these fainous minstrels have
eamed sinee last Christma&
SFridy -evening the infant son
4t Mr. and Mrs. Workman- fell a
sleep in Jesus. bDuring its short life
ad been a patient little sufferer.
it was laid to, rest an the, Prosperity
imeterv on Saturday afternoon 'by
-bev. Mr. Kreps. The grieved fath
er 'ad mother, have the, deep sympa
thy of the entire town.
.Mr. George Merchant has moved
from the country and -oecupies the
- Jni house, in DeWalt avenue.
Mr. L. A. Black; a senior at the
(Gaileston Medical colege, .visited
- is brother, , Mir. Alonzo Black, this
-Don't forget the - Tacky Measur
img- Party. Where? Auditoriumi.
W.3hen? New Year's eve Anything
to eat? Refreshments in kind free.
One,of- oar entflunsiastic eitIzens
wishes to ask a question -through this
Selhinn. It runs thus: Can any oth
er town in the state show as good' a
-record .from a bank account stand
point as this orie? There is at pres
et on deposit in our two flourishing
banaks more than $400 per capita.
Some months ago we. wrote,.several
paragraphs on one of our few re
*maining colored weapers of the Red
*Sifrt, George Treest,' locally known
asDeaf George> Last Friday hewa
carried to the County Home. For
six months or more hae has been un
able to work, a.nd has often been in
actual want. Severa1 families -here
h?ave given ~him food and clothes,
whieh were promptly stolen. If somne
ot-.hers wish to make Christmas
Gigter, and the New Year, too, fop
nninpor da~rkey, a plug of, oac
will do mulch towards making him
feel that his -few remaining days
are worth while and that he is no&
forgotten by "de white fo'ks.'' And
whio is it that objets to receiving a
t 4ime every once in a great while, to
de with as he pleases.
-Miss Ethiel Counits will arrive in'
a few days for a visit home.
Messrs. Granville Wyehe and 'Jno.
P. Wise, of the University, are at
*Mr. Samuel Shealey, ones of our
suburbanites, was very romantically
married to Mrs. Thrailkil, of Colum
bia, last Thursday. We extend con-v
Mr. Herbert Langford, 'who attemds
*Wofford college, is home for the
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Minis and
son have gone to Lykeslaind to spend
the Chrristmas tide.
The Christmas ,exercises by the
graded sehool on Wednesday morn
in,g were greatly enjoyed. Very
pretty -talks were made by Rev. Mr.
Cald well anid Rev. Mr. Krep3. The
timely, tasteful decorations produced
much enthuiastie comment.
little Miss Sara Haynes came last
might fromn Central to spend thie hol
idays 'with her grandparents, Mr.
ad Mrs. L S. Bowers.
-Mr. Lawrence Sease, and family,
ef Clemson college, are spending the
Yuletide with Dr. Hunter's family.
Prof. Joe Hunter, of Clemson col
legt, will arrive Friday for the holi
Miss Estelle Dominick. of the
Methodist college, is at home for
mhe uMtolis congresgation is ren
wating and beautifying teir par
;onage for their new pastor's ar
Mr. F. 0. Black has gone to his
dome near Wards to spend the play
Mr. Ydun,i Browa arrives to-mor
row from his school at Spread, Ga.
Miss Uattie Groseclose leaves
Christmas eve for a visit to her par
ents at Ehrhardt.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Forest Beden
baugh visited Mrs. Taylor the early
part of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Werts, Miss
Kate Barre, and Mr. Charley Barre
oo to Greenwood to-day to spend the
holidays with. their sister, Mrs. Ba
Miss May Lee Barre has finished
ler business course in AtIanta, and
as accepted a position at Concord,
Last week we stated that Mr. J.
C. Sehumpert had gone to North Car
alina to increase his stock of furni
ture; and that Miss Adams had. gone
to her hom-e in Virginia. He went,
but he did not go alone, for a itele
gram from Columbia, shortly after
the arrival of the morning train on
hich- MIiss Adams left here, annonn
eed that they,. were married. They
returned here Monday. Mr. Schum
pert is one of our most substantial
business men. Every one has learn
ed to admire Mrs. Sehumpert, dur
hig her two, seasons in our town. She
possesses beauty of char"ter, as
well as of face. We wish them not
only a merry Christmas and ahappy
New Year,but a happy all the years.
Mr. Charles Barre leaves Monday
for Rochester, N. Y., to attend the Y.
M. C. A. convention, as one of thE
representatives of Neew,berry college
The Zion community was gnieved
to learA Qf the death- of one of thei,
leaders on Moniday night. Mrs. Pinli
Cromer, after a protrated, painfu
illness, went to reap the rewards\ of
her life of service. No member o
Zion church was ever more faithful
than she. Mrs. Cromer was a mosi
estimable woman, and her absene
will be deeply felt. She leaves t<
mis her a husband and thre(
brothers and one sister, and count
As this'is the season of good wish
es, we would like to extend to thi
Editor, to those who have the pleas
ure of setting up our miserab1.
written copy, and to all our reabri
a host of best wishes. Oh. we aln ,si
fprgot-Mr. Idler~, too! (We htcp'
that his hammerless holidays may
be most pleasantly, profitably spe .M
We trust the merry Christmas tide,
freigh ted with the angels' mes:t
of "peace an~d good will,'' may re
all no unpleasant mSimories, ri
ease tearful eyes to glance at va:
apt chairs, or hearts to pine f'*
t'h]gs that are no more. But may it
as'some one has said, "light the fire
of h*ospitality in the hall, and the
genial fire of charity in .the heart,"
thus making .ready for the entrance
of the glad, clean, unreooiided New
Year, and making it' the most mei
orable. happiest one in all your lives
Good luck and good,bye!
NEWjS OF EXCELSIOR.'
Negro Breaks into Mr. 3. W. Ale
wine 's Residence.-Christmas
-Excelsior, Dec. 23.-We will ha.vi
Sunday school Sunday afternoon an'
preaching by tihe Rev. Ira S. Cald
Excelsior school will have Christ
mas exercises on Friday afternoon
Mrs. Rhoda Watts is visiting rela
tives in Columbia.
Was glad to have the pleasure o:
meeting Rev. Ray Anderson Wed
nesday afternoon and shaking his
Miss Louise Singley, of Columnbit
college, is home to spend Christmas
Miss Rosalee Wheeler, of Newber
ry college, is home to spend Christ
Miss Leila Frazier is visiting Mr
R. J. Crumpton's family..
Mr. John Seybt and family havy
moved to their new home for anothe:
A negro broke in Mr. J. H. Ale
wine's dwelling house Friday whil;
the family were .away~ and was start
ing off with Mr. Alewine's Siinda;
suit of clothes and shoes when, Mr
Alewine came home in time to cans
'him to drop the goods and take t
the woods. He has not ,been hea.r
Dr. R. C. Kibler has been spendin
several days with relatives at New
berry and Silver Street.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wheeler, o
Columbia, and Miss Ollie Counts. C
theC Columbia college, came up Wei
nesday to spend Ohristmas wit
hir father's family. Mr. A. A
A pleasant Christmas to The He
ald and News typos and readers.
(LYour passbook-bring it in today
(Checks listed and the book accura
Burroughs Adding Machine-a guarai
CWe -give you prompt, accurate
ment by use of time-saving busint
The Medicinal Val
is admitted by ihe highest'edic
many slight disorders it is a We a
efective, it must be the genuine,
SUNNY BROOK is unsurpasse<
stimulant or an invigorating healthful
aged and bottled under the direct s1
Iaspectors and its absolute purity arid
safe and free from harmful effects. T!
over the cork of each bottle sta;tes the i
SUNNY BROOK DISTILLERY
'Froin any of the folloy
HI. Clark & Sons, Inc , 1205 East IV
Lazas-Goodm~an Co., . ..
C.Blu.m& Co.,. .. .. . .
C. C Butler Co.,. .. .. ..
L. Loeb WhliskeyCo., ....
Altman Whiskey Co., .....
DF. &C. P. Long, ......
Paul Heyman,. .. .. . .. 41'
Iti. Mark.stein. .. .. ...223 Sj
/ SHIPPED IN PLAIN 80XES.
SGood For(I VOte
andr rews Vol
(Not good after 6 o'clock 1A
OYTBES! O.YSTER,S! The largedL
the sweetest, .the best at / I i
Jones' Restaurant. o
PALD HBADS NOT WANTBD.
- Baldness Is Too Generally Consider.. a
ed aSign ofAdvanced Age.
A bald-headed person does not t
have an equal chanee with one bless- t
rted with a healthy head of hair, be
ause baldness is too generally ac- a
cepted as ana indication of age.
Many large corporations have estab
- lished an age limit, and refuse to
Vtake men over thirty-five year-s of
age as new employees.
eAlmost 63 per cent. of baldheaded
> people may regain a good head of
healthy hair if they will follow our s
advice and accept our offer. We '
have a remedy that we positively I
-guarantee to grow. hair on any head, i
unless the roots of the hair are en-(
ftirely dead, _their follicles closed, r
an d the scalp has become glazed and t
1- sh-sy. We want people to try this
re :lv at our' risk. with the' dist.inct I
r. ud:vtanding that unless it does 1
e:fl -t: what we claim it will, and I
~-igives satisfaction in every respect, i
we shall make no charge for the rem-]
edy used (luring the trial.
-get it back tomorrow.
tely balanced by the infallible
.itee against error.
service in every depart
LTo open an account, see the
ishier-fill in a signature card
id make your first deposit. 'It's
ue of Whiskey
al authorities. Indeed for
,nd certain cure. But to be
pure, natural article like
I as a wholesome pleasant
tonic. Eve"y drop Is distilled,
visn of U. S. Government
nellowness make its use perfectly
ie "Green Government Stampl4
orrect age, proof and queptity
CO.. Jeferson Co., Ky.
P RE PA ID
[ain t, ...RJihmonld, Va'
. . .Jacksonville, Fla
W 4h t Cncnnti 4 '
e asmore St, ,
n ' J2 W7HlYOUR ORDEH.
|n The Herald
londay, Dee. 27, 1909.)
We know exactly what we are tal]
ig about, and with this offer bae
f our statements -no one should seof
oubt our word or hesitate to pt
ur remedy to an actual test.
We want every one sugfering fro:
ny sealp of hair trouble, dandruf
alin hair or baldness, to try ou
exall ''93'' Hair Tonic. We war
em to use it regularly--say ant
bree bottles have been used-and
;does not eradicate dandruff, cleaa
nd refresh the scalp, tighten the hai
2 its roots, and grow new hair, v
7il return every ecnt paid us f
he remedy for the mere askin;
here is no formality expected at
e exact no obligation from the us'
~hatever. - '
We are establishied right he:
rhere you live, and make this off
rith a full understanding that or
iusiness success entirely depen<
tpon the sort of treatment we a
ord our customers, and we shou.
tot dare make the above offer exce)
hat we are certain that we can su
tantiate it in every particula
Zexl -o 'H.air T1onie' comes:
'wo izes, 50 cents and .$1.00. Remet
wryou canu obtIainH !kxll Remedi
n Newberry only at our store,-T:
lexall Store. Gilder & Weeks, Ma
0 Raisins, Prur
Lemon and Q1
+ Cr. Tartar, Bak
+# Extracts an
All kinds table(
Fancy and Stap
We have a few To
old stock that will be
S -of price.
!JO ES' 61
Have a FINE LIN
1 mas Fruits and N
* thing in a big stoci
e dav trade. Give u
t * Fireworks of eve
11*ifand size, for the
the Little Folks.
s The Quality of theji
a* Variety have made
Se+e o e +
ys left from otgr.
E of all Christ
uts and every- 4
di for the Holi
s your order..
Big Folks and .
rMeats and the0