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H C. MOSELEY, President
N. A. CARLISLE, Vice-Pres
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M. A. CARLISLE. p
JOS. H. HUNTER. V
R. L. LUTHER. V
J. A. C. KIBLER. v
W. A. MOSELEY.
JOHN B. FELLERS.
W. P. PUGH.
G. W. BOWERS. M
J. P. BOWERS.
H. C. MOSELEY.
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SPRINGS MINERAL W
thousands are ready and N
cacy in all diseases of the
Drink Glenn Springs M
drink this water and be re:
Glenn Springs Compan
SThis is the seasor
have a full supply (
jelly glasses. Also
us supply your wan
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Sthat car: be bought,
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Of the condition of The Commerc
close of business May 4th, 1906
Loans & Discounts .. .. $375,l
Demand loans .. .........4,(
Overdrafts .. .. ........3,1
Furniture & Fixtures .. .. 3,(
Due from Banks & Bankers 44,5
Currency .... .... .. 8,
Gold'.. .... .... .... 2,
Silver, nickles, penaiies .
Checks & cash items .. .. 4,(
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
-COUNTY OF NEwBERRY.
Personally appeared before me
Bank, who swears that the above
edge and belief.
Sworn to before me this 4th da
Geo. d. Mower.
0. B. Mayqr.
RY COLLEGE A Christian
degrees of A. B., B. S. and B. S. in
Engineering. Modern equipment.
rkable health record. Opens Sep
d Catalogue address
. B. SCHERER, President,
Newberry, S. C.
W. W. WHEELER, Cashier.
GEO. JOHNSTONE, Attorney.
S NATIONAL BANK,
PERITY, S. C.
d, . . . .. $24,000 00
'fits . ....3,500 00
,iability, . . , 25,000 00
Depositors . . $53,500 00
urglar Proof Safe.
urglar and Fire Insurance.
Dlite and prompt attention.
re want your business.
re invite investigation.
re do a conservative business on business prin
re receive deposits in this department from
$1.00 up, 4 per cent interest allowed, payable
Y OF HEALING.
Ired years the merits of GLENN
ATER have been recognized, and
villing to give testimony as to.its effi
Liver, Kidneys, Stomach and Skin.
mns Prescribe It.
- Depend on It.
dy Praises It.
Ineral Water and keep well; if sik,
stored to health.
v Glenn Springs, S. C.
i for putting up fruits. We
all sizes) of fruit jars and
rubbers for fruit jars. Let
ts in this line. Prices right.
Good Things to Eat.
mndry- work, as others are
but the very best supplies
Expert and accommodat
:o, good work and prompt
3 to serve,
v Steam Laundry.
lal Bank, located at Newberry, S. C., at the
i97 60 Capital Stock p)aid in .. $50,000 00
147 56 Undivided profits, less cur
112 88 rent expenses & taxes
51 98 paid .. .... .... ...43,335 75
Due to Banks & Bankers . 1,874 78
'74 80 Due unpaid dividends .. .. 075 00
'59 00 Individual deposits subject
100 00 to cheek .... .... ...252,217 84
154 04 Notes and bills rediscounted
04 46 .... ...... ........100,000 00
.02 87 $448,102 87.
J. Y. McFall, Cashier of the above name
statementi is correct to the best of his knowl
J. Y. McFALL, Cashier.
y of May, 1906.
JOHN C. GOGGANS, c. C. C. P.
STATE FARME9RS' INSTITUTE.
Program of Meeting to be Held at the
College, August 7th to 10th,
The programme of the State Farm
ers' institute at Clemson college from
August 7 to 10 has been issued. The
presiding officer is Prof. J. N. Har
per, director of farmers' institute,
and on the programme are many ex
perienced and intelligent men.
The programme follows:
Tuesday, August 7.
2:00 p. in.-Address of welcome
and preliminary exercises. "The Im
portance of the South Producing Its
Own Meat," Col. R. B. Watson, Ridge
Spring; experiences on this subject
by farmers present. "Farmers' Un
ion,'' J. C. Stribling, Pendleton.
8.00 p. in.-''Agricultural Oppor
tunities for the Southern Farmer,'
Hon. Harvie Jordan, Monticello, Ga. t
Wednesday, August 8.
9.00 a. In.-''Sheep Raising in the I
South,'' T. L. Bulow, Ridgeway; ex
periences on this subject, by farmers
present. ''Dairying in the South and
Markets for Southern Dairy products'
Prof. JoIhin Michels, Clemson college;
experiences on this subject by farm
2.00 p. in.-'' IHose and. Mule
Breeding for Profit,'' subject discuss
ed by farmers present. ''Dairying
Adapted to the South,'' B. Harris,
Pendleton; experiences on this sub
ject by farmers present. "Proper
treatment for Common Diseases of
the Horse and Mule,'' IDr. L. A. Klein,
Clemson college. "The Cattle Indus
try in the South,'' Dr. C. A. Cary,
State veterinarian and director Ala.
Farmers' institutes, Auburn, Ala.
''Methods of Maintaining the Pro
ductive Capacity of Soils," Prof. J.
N. Harper, Clemson college.
Thursday, August 9.
9.00 a. m.-"A Talk on the Honey
Bee,'' Col. M. L. Donaldson, Green
ville; experiences on this subject by
farmers present. ''Marketing Crops,''
E. 1). Smith. Zirconia, N. C. "Care
and Selection of Farm Seeds, Prof.
C. L. Newman. Clemson College.
2.00 p. m.-"Cotton Raising,'' A.
J. Tindal, Manning; experiences on
this subject by farmers present. ''The
Diseases .of Cotton and How to Pre
vent Them,'' Prof. LH. D. House, Clem
8.00 p. m.-"Increasing the Yield
of Corn,'' E. Melver Williamson,
Darlington; experiences on this sub
ject by farmers present.
Friday, August 10.
9.00 a. im.-''Orchard Fruits, Their
Care and Culture,'' Prof. C. C. New
mian, Clemson college; experiences on
tl.s S.11ject by farmers present. ''Our
Common Insect Pests and How to De
stroy Them,'' Prof. C. E. Chambli8s,
Clemson clle'ge. ''-low to Make the
Coniry Honc and Farm Life MO
At! rmlive.' ' C-1p.. C; a.:. Petty, Sp..
2.00 p. m.-Demnons'xrations, iud'g
ing cattle, horses sheep and swine.
I.abor- swing~u machinmer..
Amnple p--ev'.on will b)e made by
the n .uho:'ties of the college to assist
the visitors in examining the college,
station and all the interests bclongingz
to the Clemson Agricultural college.
Lodging will he furnished free to
the capacity of the institution.
Apply for tickets at the entrance to
the barracks, where your name will be
reistered, and a bed furnished if pos
Meal tickets can he secured, 25
cents each. -
''Birds' love-making is interesting
to watch,'' said a naturalist. ''The
Iwood-pigeon, to charm the female he
wants, flaps his strong wing feathers
so as to make a sound like a loud
circles in the air, cooing musically.
''The biower bird, wheni smitten
lays bright shells, flowers, feathers
and little white stones at the portal
of his sweetheart.,
''The p)eacock and .the pheasant
Iopen their jeweled feathers, and strut
in a stately manner before their Ia
(lies, whom they hope to dazzle wvith
their grace and splendor.
''But the male spider is the bravest
and most dlemonstrative of all these
lovers. He approaches the female,
runs round her a few times in little
circles, and then b)eginls a violent and
Oriental dance. IHe twirls round and
round ; drawing in his legs; he writhes
and crawls seprelike along the ground
straightening his legs and -erecting his
body, he twoers above the lady grand
''And the miserief of it is that the
female spider is always stronger than
the male, and, when his dance is done,
she either accepts him for her mate,
or else falling upon him she tears
him to pice~s.
''Imagine a human lover trying to
p)lease his mistress with the knowl
edge in his heart that if lie failed, lie
would be mnurdered. His efforts
would be luewarm n Aistrat, oh9
'Yet lie humble spider, whom we
tre accustoned to despise, dances
leth1 staring him in the face, with
t gaiety, a warmth and an abandon
eldom to be met with north of
A Gibraltar Legend.
One of the stock of ancient, legends
'elating to the rock of Gibraltar re
ates how a young Scotch subaltern I
)n guard duty with a brother officer 4
vlen the latter in visiting the son- 4
ries tell over a precipice and was
dlled. When the survivor was reliev.
id from duty he made the customary I
vritten report in the usual form, 4
'Nothing extraordinary.'' And this
roUghit. the brigade major down upon
iim in a rage. ''Whatl When your
>rother officer on duty with you has
'allen down a precipice 400 feet high
mnd been killed you report nothing
3xtraolinary?'' ''Well, sir replied
he Scot valily, ''I dinna think there
s onything extraornery in it, ava. If (
ie had fa'en doon four huinder' feet
ind not been killed-weel, I should
lae eal'd that extraornery.'
(harity should always begin at
ioie, but there's no law compelling
t sop there.
Littleton College, Littleton,. N. C.
and Louise Cottage Willoughby, Beach
Va., will both be opened June 15 as
gummer hotels. The fall term of Lit
tleton college will begin Sept. 19.
Summer work at the College, at Lou
ise Cottage or at home will be offered
to 20 young women who make immed
iate application. Address J. M.
Rhodes, Littleton, N. C.
THE DAILY RECORD
of Columbia, S. 0.
For ten Weeks; Which covers the
In The liecord will be found daily
reports of the campaign meetings by
J. WILSON GIBBES,
a veteran at such work. His name at
tached to the reports is a guarantee
of their fairness and accuracy.
For nine years The Record has ad.
vocated the dispensary. Editorially,
it daily sets forth the reasons why
the dispensary should be retained.
Every friend of the dispensary who
wishes to keep posted with arguments
to meet the opposition should read
The Record ten weeks for 50 cents,
nbsolutely in advance. 4
THE RECORD, COLUMBIA, S. 0.
M WN DO CMU.
48th Year begins Sept. 12th
with full faculty of five men and
25 increase over last yea-.
New Carnegie Dormitory
with all modern comforts, ready
for occupancy in the fall.
Board and Tuition $1l50.00
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EDULE ROUND TRIP
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until Thursday, August 9, 1906.
R4 AGENTS OR WRITE
J. F. LIVINGSTON, 8. A.,
Columbia, S. C.