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ties and fancy goods and staples
ing novelties in ri!linery. Con
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and looking out more for No. i.
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get the best. We exchange
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For more than a hundre
SPRINGS MINEREL WAT
thousands are -ready and willi1
cacy in all diseases of the Lix
Drink Glenn Springs Miner
drink this water and be restor
Glenn Springs Company,
Of the condition of the Excha
the close of business March 2
mity with an act of the Geners
Loans and Discounts .. $137022 7
Furniture and Fixtures ..3324 1
Due from Banks .... ...6223 1
Over drafts .... .......111 6
Cash and Cash -Items .. .. 15501 1
Personaly appeared before me M. L
who swears that the above statement
Sworn to before me this the 2nd day
Edw. R. Hipp,
C. J. Purcell,
Geo. B. Cromner.
. STA T
Of the condition of The Comr
at the Close of business, Marc
Notes Diseounted .. ....$377487 64
Furniture & Fixtures... 3051 92
Due from Banks .. ......51531 7(
Overdrafts .... .... ....2807 45
Cash and Cash Items .. .. 13934 li
State of South Carolina,
County of Newberry
I, J. Y. McFalI, Cashier of the abc
statement is true to the best of my kn<
Sworn to b
Z F. Wright,
Jno. M. Kinard,
Wt B.. ut.
Hundred Barrels of that
.E FLOUR Just Received
o Go at
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swi ched off by argument, come right
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rniture. Buy Stove from us and
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down Matting a specialty. We
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owing our goods. Respectfully,
~d years the merits of GLENN
ER have been recognized, and
ig to give testimony as to its effi
er, Kidneys, Stomach and Skin.
apend on It.
al Water and keep well; if sick,
ed to health.
Glenn Springs, S. C.
nge Bank of Newberry, S. C., at
I st, 1906. Published in comfor-,
L Capital Stock .. ......$50000 00
5 Profits less expense .. .. 4713 14t
7 Deposits viz.
S Banks $1142.56
) Individuals 80550.83
1 81693 39 1
Bills payable .... ......10000 00 1
Re Discounts .... ......15776 34 i
.$162182 87 1
.Spearman Cashier of the above Bank,t
s correct to the best of his knowledge and
M L. Spearman, Cashier. t
of April, 1906.
J. C. Wilson, J P. N. C.
M E NT.
nercial Bank of Newberry, S. C. u
h 3lst, 1906.
Capital Stock .. ......$50000 00
Profits less all exp. paid .. 42645 72 e
Due Banks .. .... ......4339 89 Is
Dividends Unpaid .. .......707 00t
Re Discounts .. ..... ...70000 00' a
Individual Deposits .. .. 281120 20 e
j 448812 81 g
ye named Bank, swear that the above
>wledge and belief.
J. Y. McFall,
efore me this 2nd day of April, 1906.t
H. T. Renwick, si
HOG RAISING IN THE SOUTH.
Some Valuable Data from the De,
partment of Agriculture Which
is of Interest to All South
The News and Courier has received
frem Mr. H. Benton. the assistant ag
riculturist of the United States de
iartment of agriculture. the following
interesting- paper relating to the rais
ing of hogs in this section of the
During the past few month I have
had the pleasure of visiting several
southern farmers who are making
hog raising profitable. This valuable
adjunct to the farm has been too
nuch neglected. The hog should be
one- of the farmer's most profitable
products. since he i- capable of con
verting) the waste froin the dairv and
'toek pen and waste produlcts of all
kinds into pork. bzfin or lard.
The practice of raising hogs on corn
alone cannot result in much profit,
certainly not until the yield per care
is greatly increased. It is known that
Bermuda and Dallas grasses, (Paspa
lum dilatatum,) Japan clover, and on
good land alfalfa, furnish excellent
pasturage for hogs over a large por
tion of the South from May 1 to
December 1, and will last for years.
Rye, rape, crimson and burr clovers
and turnips will furnish temporary
grazing during the remainder of the
season, if the hogs are changed from
one pasture to another every few days.
Over the greater portion of the south
sorghum is the best plant to grow
for supplementing any shortage that
might occir in summer pasturage. The
cowpea, peanut, mangold, citron,
pumpkin, sweet potato, chufa and
Jerusalem artichoke will furnish
food from August 1 to May 1.
Mr. B. 0. Hafris. Pendleton, S. C.,
states that it costs him only 3 1-2
cents per pound, charging liberal rent
for grazing land to produce pork. His
hogs are grazed on a pasture of Ber
muda and Dallis grasses and Japan
clover from May 1 to December 1. The
hogs, are fed on mangolds, turnips,
citrons and rice meal in winter, while
rich meal and skim milk supplement
insufficient pasturage during summer.
The food is cooked in winter. Mr.
Harris never feeds corn to hogs be
ause it is 1.o expensive.
Mr. J. D. B. Harmon, Lexington, S.
.,-'raises hogs, successfully on chufas,
owpeas, sweet potatoes, rye and
sorghum. He practices the following
rotation: First year, chufas; second
ear, cowpeas, followed by rye; third
ear either sweet potatoes or sorghum.
hufas are planted in May; hogs are
urned in on them October 1, and if
he supply of chufas is sufficient the
iogs are allowed to remain until May
L of the following year.- The hogs
n rooting for the chufas during wet
seather in winter render the soil un
uitable for cultivated crops the next
eason. On land occupied by chufas,
~owpeas are sown in June. The cow
eas are allowed to ripen, then hogs
re turned on the field, and they eat
he peas from the vines. The land is
own to rye in September and grazed
uring winter and early spring. When
talks begin to form the hogs are re
oved to give the rye a chance to rep
n so that it will not sour the land
vhen ploughed under. The rye is
hen turned under and the land plant-I
d into sorghum or sweet potatoes.
fr. Harmon feeds green sorghum
rom July 15 to about December 1.
~otatoes are used in the field for his
ogs from August to December 1. He
igs and uses them for feed in winter.
It will be noticed that Mr. Harmon
ractices a good rotation and has am
ile food for his hogs from August 1
o May 1. With a good Bermuda
asture planted to bur clover, and a
eld of alfalfa, his hogs could have
e range of a good pasture-the entire
Dr. E. C1. Smith, Wiliston, S. C.,
ises hogs largely on co w;peas, pea
uts chufas and Jerusalem artichokes. I
ogs are turned on cowpeas August
and allowed to remain until Sept
ber 1. They are then turned into
e peanut field and allowed to remain
til November 1 to 15, at which time
iey are turned into the chufa andI
rtichoke field, where the.y remain
til April 1. The cowpea and pea
ut field are rotated, but the "chok- ,
'' and chufas are planted on the
ime land year after year. He states
at this method enables him to secure 1
good stand of chokes and chufas
J. M. Moss, St. Matthew's, S. C.,
ows sorghum for hogs and has an
t'hard of Hicks's ever-bearing mul
rry trees. He considers that all
ese are profitable plants for hogs.
A Louisiana farmer sold pork toE
e value of $385 from two and one
iarter acres of alfalfa.
It is hoped that tihe above sugges. 3
ons supplemented by facts demon
rated by five practical men, will en-.
murnge hog raising in the South.
A given numb
greater yield of ci
Farmers' Bone d
the acreage and
has twenty-one a
13,000 carloads a
This volume of b
How a Bufalo Runs.
The world has read the exaggerate<
description of a buffalo stampede, bu
I don't believe anybody has ever doni
justice to the wonderful speed of ,
baffalo when lost from the herd an<
trying to catch up, says a man of ex
perience. It is a deceptive gait. Th
mian who never saw it before wouli
swear that he could outrun the anima
barefooted. *But the fastest horst
ridden by cowboys couldn't catch
buffalo when running alone.
Its marvelous lope, steady and en
during carries it over the prairie at
speed that would make a race horsi
ie down and cry at the end of th<
first mile. But the buffalo keeps this
gait up all day, and at night his greai
flanks show no signs of fatigue.
W OR K
(schedule inlEffect April i6, 1905.)
No. 52. Daily.
v. Newberry..........2.36 p. m.
r. Laurens ...... .......1.50 p. m
No. 2. Daily.
v. Laurens...............50S p. mD.
r. Greenwood ............ 2.46 p. mD.
r. Augusta.............. 5.20 p. m.
r. Anderson............ 7.10 p. mD.
No. 42. Daily.
7. Augusta................... ....- 2-35 p. mn.
.r. Allendale....................... .. 4 30p.Um.
.r. Fairfax................... .....-4.4! p. mD.
r. Charleston........................... 740 p. mn.
. Beaufort........... ......... ...... 630 p. mi
. I ort R. yal.... ... ..... ... ..... 6.40 p. m
Lr. Savannah......... ......... ...6.45 p. m
Lr. Waycross ............. .........1. . Io-P .
r. Jacksonville..................... ..........
No. I. Daily.
V. Lauiens..... ...............-..--- 2.07 p. mn
Lr. Spartanburg...................... 3.20 p. mn
No. 52. No. 87.
Daily. Ex. Sun
4v. Laurens.............29 p.Im. 8.ooa.m
r Greenville .......... 3.25 p.Im. Io 20 a.Im
ULIE RIDGE RAILROAD.
Time Table No. 5.
In Effect November 29, 1905
Between Belton and Walhalla.
o. 10 No. 12 No. II No. 5
.M. A. M AR. Lv. P. M. A.M .
35 10 25---..Belton..--3 0 10 41
i. 1000 .. . Anderson ... 422 II104
.. 9 25---. Pendleton...4 47 II 33
S 58.......eneca......5 3 I OO
.. 8 35--..Wahaa...----5 55 I 21
T. R. ANDERSON, Supt.
er of acres fertilized with Farmers'
)tton., than the same acreage with <
oes more than that. It makes it p
increase the yield. Try it this
y Made With Fish,
rears of fertilizer experience back
f Royster fertilizers were tised on t
usiness stamps Farmers' Bone the
00K AT OUR TWENTY YEARS' RECORI
1885-250 TONS s
1895-12,000 TONS \
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Charleston and Wei
Ar. Jacksonville ................
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