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PURELY PERSONAL *
The Movements of many People, Xewberrians,
and Those Who Tisit
Mr. C. E. Summer made a business
trip cO Atlanta this week.
Misses Mattie and Kate Adams spent
t'iie week-end in Newberry with their
Hen. Geo. S. >Mbwer and Mr. Burr
Martin have returned from Charles
Masters Heyward and Leslie Cook
are visiting their grandfather, Mr. J.
B. Cook, at Prosperity.
The Hon. George S. Mower of Newberry,
well known over the state as a
legislator, lawyer and Mason, is in the
-city.?News and Courier.
Dr. and Mrs. 0. B. Mayer of Newberry
are the guests of the family of
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A. n. rvuim UIX uauici wcci.? x
Miss Alma Lupo of Whitmire spent
the last week-end with her mother,
Mrs. N. A. Lupo, on Taylor street.?
Mr. F. fM'. Lindsay returned Tuesday
from Pino^olis, Berkeley county,
where he had gone to see his sister,
who is still very ill.
Mr. James McCary, who is in the marine
service on the battleship Rhode
Island, now in Charleston waters, is
visiting his father, Mr. Ernest McOary j
Rev. J. Meek White of Troutman, N.
. ;C, is spending some time in the county
preaching at Prosperity and Cannon
Creek and 'Cannon Creek Mission
churches. He will preach. next Sabbath
morning at Prosperity and in the
afternoon at Cannon Creek.
YARIOUS \yj> ALL ABOUT.
At Thanksgiving and at 'Christmas
time, we are all hyphenated turkey ^gobblers.
In the recorder's court Cady Simr-mons
was fined $2 for failure to keep
^an appointment with a passenger.
One of the college boys wants to
know if hyp-hen is a hen that can be
k carried in the hip pocket. *
Ten Commandments for, Wives.? i
Headline. How absolutely absurd and j
While Christmas presents are being <
l iil >
I $390, F.
Where you i
supplies and repai
A Presto wel
casting at low cos
A large stock
CJ The best gaso
| Two Bli
handed around, all this reporter can
hope for is presence of mind.
There will be two holidays this year
at the Christmas time, Saturday and
Santa Claus must be an old bachelor,
otherwise he wouldn't dare to sUy
out until 4 a. m. 011 Christmas mornir
! The only gu:y whose letters reach
I him without a postoffice address is
| Santa Claus. Perhaps this is because
he is so well known.
Wonder if anybody will think of the
poor homeless -unfortunates at the
county home when Christmas presents
are being passed around.
If you expect a present in return,
then please don't give this reporter a
Christmas present that costs more
There was a considerable cotton fire
at Silverstreet one day last week and
about $600 damage resulted. The fire
caught from a freight engine.
The Christmas tree exercises at the
Hunter-PeWalt school 'house will take
place Thursday afternoon, December
23, beginning at 2 o'clock.
Next will come the election of the
subordinate officers of the town. W?
suppose that election will not be forgotten.
Mr. Sorg says that the baker shop
will close Friday night before Christ"
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Iliads (liiu Jl C-lUaiU IVOIVAI
morning of the next week. Do your
Cnri&tmas breading early.
Newberry sustains 'her reputation as
a convention city: The Baptist state
convention, in session at Greenville
last week, selected Newberrty as its
next place of meeting in 1916.
The college will recess from Thursday
of next week until the 4th of January
for the Christmas holidays. (The
examinations are in progress this
There will be a Christmas tree and
box party at the Jalapa school house
on Wednesday night, December 22. All
teachers and the public are cordially
invited to be present.
The Newberry Savings bank dietrib- j
uted quite a bit of money through its
Christmas clubs during the week,
though the clubs did not start there
until late in the year.
Mme. Baldwin of New York is at the
Savoy hotel* where she is prepared to
fo hair dressing, shampooing, facial
O. B. Detroit
;vill find the largest
la IU UW 1UU11U Willi
:e mechanics able to
;e vulcanizing depai
ding outfit, enables
[TE tanks exchangt
of FORD CARS a
line and oil obtains
RIBUTORS FOR FIRESTOIS
ALL CARS EXAMINED I
cks From Pub
rr.~':sage and so on for the ladies. She
will be pleased to have the ladies call
and consult her.
The Young People's Missionary society
will meet in the church parlor
Sunday afternooi. at 3 o'clock. Let's
all be present, as thus is the last meeting
and we have a good deal of business
to look after.
The regular monthly meeting of the;
Civic association will be 'neld at the |
residence of Mrs. Frank R. Hunter j
Monday afternoon, December 20, at 3 |
o'clock. The ladies of the town are
cordially invited to attend the meeting.
MOSELEY BROS.' BIG CLOSING
AT PROSPERITY, S. I
I saw in your paper the ad. <
"Going Out of Business Sale." M
would go hunt some bargains, a
Saturday morning, t'he day set fo
early. The first thing of interest,
Mr. Langston, on top of their store
a few of -them numbered?the par
a prize. He commenced throwing
building, and, oh my, s-uch a scr?
foot ball. .The store was to open <
wno entered also were entitled
arrived to open the store an im
the jam and excitement was so gr
large front door glasses. In they
They had prepared for the cr<
people?men and women, cash 'bo3
IWie found many good bargains
jammed?they had secured two \i
the lady musicians were seated <
department, and when fhe ladies
nut srineer in the crowd" and tnev
certainly had a good day. This sal
I would certainly advise any
goods to attend this sale. They
going out of business. These foil
everybody ought to attend this sa
music, see the crowds, etc.
Theiy are arranging to stop eve
and add a singing feature to the si
ists accompanied with banjo is a
sure am going to try and be there e
core ( Viov o t\q crn in cr tnn
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and most complete
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in qv mixes.
repair any caf, regfa
us to weld any br
IE AND SOUTHERN TIRES
REE OF CHARGE
lie Square, UI
Old Hickory Goat Wagons; a good!
Christmas gift. Jolinson-McCrackin I
j Co. 12-17-tf!
; >>e can save you money on feed cotton !
: seed meal. Johnson-Cc'Crackin Co.
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i Wanted?An experienced woman can- J
vasser to solicit orders from houso ;
| to house in Newberry for grocers;
for a leading food product. Salary j
$9.00 per week. Give particulars j
and references. Address P. 0. Box
1276, Richmond, Va.
Tutu Plows, Turn Plows. Special
prices. See us. Summer Bros. Co.
IZ-Lt-Zl ; j
C? ATTRAiCTS GREAT CROWDS
of the old firm of Moseley Bros,
[y wife and myself concluded we
nd we found them. We started
r the sale to commence, arriving
we saw the manager of the sale,
s wit'n about fifty small balloons?
ty getting the ones numbered got
them from the top of the immense
imble. It looked like a game of
at 9 o'clock, and the first hundred
to prize. Ix>ng before the time,
mense crowd had gathered, and
eat the crowd broke two of their
came and soon filled up the store.
>wd and had almost forty salesrs,
casliiers, wrappers, etc.
j. Later on when the store was
idies who played on the violin?
>n the office above the millinery
commenced playing it seemed to
turned their money loose. They
e runs to 12 M.M., December 24th.
one wanting bargains in winter j
are closing out everything and
ks do an immense business and
ile, to buy their goods, hear the
rything -about 2 o'clock each day
lie. An orchastra of lady violinrare
thing in this country. I
jvery day, and my wife and chaps
stock of auto I
rdless of make
oken part or
5 MAIN STREE
Cabbage Plants For Sale?Earliest
Wakefield 10c per 100; seed bought
of H. G. Hastings. Plant now for
early cabbages. Wallace Moore,
Prosperity. Phone 2321. 12-17-11
Candy?Don't pay 2;"> and 40 cents for
your candy, when you can buy . it
for 10 and 20 cents at Mayes' Book
n? a. 10 i r?
at Once?A respectable young
or middle age white man and wife
(not too large family) to work a
farm, or will pay wages and let nis
wife keep house. Answer giving
ages and also size of family and ag?s.
This is a good healthy place,
good school and near neighbors. Will
give the right party a good cnance.
R. B. J., care Herald and News, Newberry,
S. C. 12-17-2t
Robinson's N o
Santa Claus says dc
ping as early as possible, a
choice of his goods.
We can serve you 1
and you will get more rea
shopping. Do it now.
are complete as well as 01
and Kitchen goods.
Come today?If not
Qowfn mis I"
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''Ford After Service F
er>" represents the most
sorance for the continua
cars the yeur round.. Th
eight thousand Ford age
atr titer the United Stal
one & under contract to
eral supply of For4 parts
$440, F. 0. B ]
T, Newberry, I
lOlbs Soda for 25c. Johnson-McCrackii?
Co. ' 12-17-tf I
For Sale?A. pony, 850 pounds, gentle
and perfectly sound; price right,
or will exchange for larger horse. T.
Lirerpool Salt?The beet for salting
meat. Get it at Johnson-McCrackin
Co. * 12-3-tf
Warted?New or renewal subscription?
to Southern Cultivator, Progressive
Farmer, McCall's Magazine, Woman's
World and other magazine*. J
Please give or send to Curtis Bptlng.
1704 Nance St., Newberry, S. C. \
For Sale?One 1914 model Studebaker
with electric starter and light, with
new tires on car; will sell at bargain. 1
Newberry Motor Co. k ,cj
CKEL TV I M ?
TES 1/ 0 I N G S
> your Christmas ahopmd
while you can get the
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better before the rush,
I pleasure out of your
stock of Holiday Goods
ur stock of Household
todav?hist as soon as *
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