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is the season for putting up fruits. We
full supply (all sizes) of fruit jars and
asses. Also rubbers for fruit jars. Let
ply your wants in this line. Prices right.
EO. D. DAVENPORT.
The Seller of Good Things to Eat.
US PLEASE YOU.
u us your Laundry work, as others are
. Gloss or Domestic finish.
use nothing but the very best supplies
car. be bought. Expert and accommodat
elp. Our motto, good work and prompt
.ery. Telephone us.
Yours to serve,
e Newberry Steam Laundry
WHERE THEY CAN GET THE BEST
000S FOR THE LEAST MONEY.
0. KLETTNER'S STORE
Newberry's Greatest Bargain Place.
nvincing proof can be had from any of our
y customers. All'will substantiate our
m. No deception or fictitious advertising.
.misrepresentation or scheme of any kind.
afair and square deal, and honest busi
s methods. Our interest is linked with
rs. Give us your trade and we assure you
ill result to mutual benefit.
Come, Let Us See Your Smiling Face.
The Fair and Square Dealer.
o Moon Business!
I Stoves and Furniture
AND BEST PRICES
erts & Sample.
Gilder & Weeks.
VUOR PORH SHAE
Below Regular Price.
Gilder & Weeks.
HOME rOln MILIaONAIRES.
Families of Wealthy Are Called to
Make Plans for Big Hotel.
About 50 millionaires and multi
millionaires of Chicago and Middle
Western cities are planning an apart
ment house for their families and
have organized the meimiers into ad
visorY boards of prepare plans for
the btulidin in which they piropose
to live for I ile reilainder (117 their
Thiese pssessmrs of great walti
have had openled to. them a coiiimu
nity of the most ultra-exclusiveness
in the proposed hotel of dazzling mag
nificence to be erected at. an enormous
cost oin tle Otto Young property in
Michigan avenue, where the prevail
ing feature in construction will be
that persons with sufficient wealth
may lease for a long term of years or
for life apartments constructed ae
cording to the lightest wish or most
fickle fancy of the occupant.
Many of the most wealthy families
in Chicago have planned to take a
partments in the proposed hotel, and
besides them the cream of the wealth
of cities throughout the Middle West
have been asked to join in the scheme,
which will probably cntler in Chicago
0most of the great. wealth of the coun
try outside of New York city.
The cost of the hotel in the light or
circumstances which have developed
is at present beyond estimatingr. Into
the millions, however. it is conceded
tle cost. of such a project will run.
But as only the upper sirata *of the
millionaire colonies in the West are
to be invited into the grand apart
1mni selienie the cost is a matter of
Because of the wide variance of
tastes in form, a rrangemen ts and fin
ishlin.. of aplartiments, the hotel will
probably have a wider difference or
uniformIity than any other building
in tile world. The only similarity will
be oil tle out(side, where the walls are
to be uniform fr."m street to roof.
Among the proposed features of the
millionaire's lh,me are:
Private elevators to the various
floors and in some eases to apart
mIents are to be provided.
Orans!es are to be seattered t.hrough
Athletie quarters are to be provid
ed in many parts of the building.
Cafes in the styles of every known
race of epiciures, with native chers
and stewards in charge of the build
ing, and subsequently, their manage
'' 0ardens'' and rooms and ''Cor
ners'' of the most. magnificent fittings
Although the private apartments will
he maintained with private retinues
of' s,rvanls. importation of service
mn and wmin Irm Endand and the
cntinent is to he made for the hotel
WEALTH FROM JUNK.
Thieves Reap In a Harvest From San
Mani FrIanlcico 'hironicle.
Coppmer wir*e tom the value ofi .$500
wvas sIoe from1111 the l i'.sta! Telegraph
Cmpan y's fomer mmffic a bout 12
o 'cloek Wednesday night. A gang
oif five men carried 15 coils of wire
to a wagon, wh'lich was driven by a
member of the gang, and blefore the
arrival of a patrol wagon loaded with
policemen, under Detective Sergeant
Ed Gibson, the thieves escaped with
Not. only the telegraph companies
but the United Railroads and the tele
phone comhpany have been heavy los
ers from the dlepredationis of a well
orgainized b)and( of junk thieves, who
discriminate iln favor of the more val
umable junk, such as copper wire and
A ready market is found for thuis
loot, some junk dealers making no
scrnples about purchasing all that is
brought to them. The wire is melted.
He Was Always a Judge.
A southern lawyer tells of a judge
of a county court who had many du
ties besides his legal ones to perform,
but who never for an instant forgot
that ho ''embodied the law'' under all
circumstances. On one occasion this
judge was acting as an auctioneer toj
dispose of the stock of a retailer. who
had died a short time before.
While the auction was in progress
a certain bidder was the cause -of a
disturbance that finally so exasper-1
ated the actioneer that he suddenly
assumed his character as ajudge and
fined the offender in the sum of $25
for comtempt of court.
Of course, an application for the
remission of the fine was immediate
ly filed by an attorney, on the groun.
that there had been no contempt of
court. The attorney maintained that
the judge when acting as auctioneer
was not a court, and was not, there
fore liable to contempt. The judge,
who hard1 this application with cn
reased wrath, assumed every bit o
lignity he possessed, and, glarin,
liercely at. the attorney, said:
''Sir, I would ivite your attentio
;o the fact that I am the judge o
his county under any and all circun
tances, I am, sir, the judge from th
-ising of the sun to the setting of ti
mIIC! Anl(d as such, sir, let me tel
,ott that I ai always and everywher
mII object oi' centemipt!'
Anybody who wants could write th
lation's poetry if the hachelor coul
Vrite the rich n,en's wills.
A girl learns to love swimming ver
arly when Fhe has a good figure.
A woman certainly looks funn
vien she has been sunburned throug
Girls have such finicky Iotions
nost, of them would like to marry
iusband to match their complexions.
A married man gets lots more fu
n a fishing party than other kind
iecause the family never wants to g
Luckiest Man in Arkansas.
"I'm the luckiest man in Arkansas,
writes H L. Stanley, of Bruno, "sine
bhe restoratiou of my wife's healt
;fter five years of continuous coughin
and bleeding from the lungs; and
)we my good fortune to the world
greatest medicine, Dr. King's New Dih
eovery for Consumption, which I knoi
from experience will cure consumptio
if taken in time. My wife improve
with first bottle and twelve bottk
.ompleted the cure." Cures the wori
!oughs and colds or money refunde<
At W. E. Pelha & Son's druggis
50c. and $1.00. Trial bottle free.
How a st riking figure of spech pro
Iuced an unexpected effect upon a
utudience related in the Epworth Hei
The Rev. Arthur E. Gringel was le<
turni.ing on foreign missions, not lon
Igo, and wisiing to impress upon hW
tdiene ile idea of individual r
qponsibility, lie made use of tile simil
-f a house on fire.
Staring over the heads of his coi
nregation and pointing in the san
clirection, witi tile air of the greate!
''Look,'' Ie solted, '' I see a hou.
411 fire Over there.
With a sprin_- the audience was o
its feet, neeks craned to see if it we]
true. All but 1ne--an old Gernw
near the front. He, too, spragi
his feet ; then seeing the direction
the finger :
''By chimney !'' he yelled, ''1 p
you d)t ish my house!'
And bursting trough the cr-Owd I
shoved his way to tihe door, and rusl
ed off at top speed, while Dr. Gring
picked up1) tle fra.gmients of his slha
tered (ratory as best lie mi".h1t.
A Hea-ing Gospel.
The Rev. J. C. Warren, pastor <
Sharon Baptist Church, Belair, G.
says of Electric Bitters: It cured n
of lame hack, stiff joints, an.d a cor
plt hsclclas wasso wes
Two bottles of Clectric Bitters has
made me so strong I have just walk<
three imiles in 50 minutes and feel lii
walking three more. It's made a ne
man of me.'' Greatest remedly f<
wveakness and all Stomach Liver at
Kidney complaints. Sold undeir gural
tee at W. E. Pelham & Son's Drr
Store. Price Soc.
This is Success.
To live well.
To lauighi often.
To ga in the respect of inteolligei
Tlo win thle love of lit.tle clil d ren.
Ti fill one 's niche and accomplis
one 's tansk.
To leave the world better than 01
finds it. whether by an imnprov(
flower. a1 perfect poem1, or anothi
To never lack appreciation of enth
beauty oi' fail to express it.
To always look for tihe best i
To give the best one bhas.
To make one's life an inspiratio
anud one's money a beinediction.
Chas. W. Moore a machinist,c
["ord City, Pa., haA his hand fri'ght
l'ully burned in an electrical furnaci
tie a pplied Bucklen's ~Arnica Salv
with the usual r'esult: "a quick an
perfect cure." Greatest healer o
iarth for Burns, Wounds, Sorem
I'czema and Piles. 25c. at W. E. Pel
iam & Son, Druggist..
"He and -she are both ver;
ivealthy , so everybody says it's
>right matrimonial match, of course.
'Ah!I Yes, one of the sort that onl;
ight on the money box''-Philadel
He Was In Trouble.
"I was in trouble, but found a wa
>ut of it, and I'm a happy man agai
mince Dr. King's New Life Pills cure
ne of chronic constipation " says F
W. Goodloe, 107 St. Louis $t., DallaE
rex. Guaranteed satisfactory. Prie
25 cents at W. E. Pelham & Son's dru
a Another Endorsement for Pa
ment of Pol
The following letter spea
e Wiley Wells, now of Santa Mor
i nent and favorably known
e sound advice to insure NOW i;
ful consideration of all who rea<
e PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE IN
Los Angeles, Cal.
I am in receipt of your lette1
y sand and twenty-five dollars i
b declared upon my twenty payn
matured a few days ago. Yo
upon your prompt and very sat
I fully appreciate the varied I
s First.-Total cash surrender N
0 $2025) $5150,
(Being $647 more than p,
years of insurance free, whi<
,, would have cost $2589.)
Second.-Insurance Fully P
h dividend of $2025.
(Being 45 per cent. of the tc
8 Third.-Insurance Fully Paid I
Fourth.-Cash aunual incom
n per cent. of premiums paid
d free, valued at $2589.)
t For a number of years my e.
companies was very unsatisfc
luctance and much misgivinj
tive to persuade me to appi
-- Mutual. I am convinced now, h
" vestment I could have made at
years ago, I believe to be just o
upon actual experience, esp(
NOW. You have kept faith
i manner and your honest ad
e With a feeling of satisfacti
with wishes for continued pr<
Office over Post Office
:1,200 Bales of Co
by 0. McR. Holmes within th
cotton grow? On Newberry I
mand for cotton goods and all
make a mistake by investing j
and GOOD STOCKS.
Let me ask you for your owi
is bringing you 7 or 8 per cen1
vested advantageously. I am
What is a good investment prc
>f value surely and quickly.
REAL ESTATE around NE
n- tion because the demand is co
lyou rselIf in position to profit I:
ecreasing these Real Estate va
vestments through an exper
w Real Estate Agent. My exper
l' Below you will find some va
a- that I have for sale:
ig Nos. 1. 2, 3 and 4, Lots ne:
Nos. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10Oand I
property. These are very con
water main and sewer system.
Nos. .2, 13, 14 and 16 Lot
$600, adjoir ing the Lutheran C
Nos. 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22
You cannot miss it by buying
$2,200, $2,100, $2,000 and $
eNo 23 Two story brick bull
(Expre'ss and Telegraph Co.'s c
" No. 24 Livery Stable, conv
's No. 25 Lot near Power Ho
No. 26 350 acres of land ne
n, No. 32 Wanted- 20 Shares
No. 34 House and lot with g
No. 35 House and lot on Cc
*' No. 36 Lot adjoining No. 3!
No. 38 House and lot near
No. 39 Lot adjoining No. 3f
4 No. 40 115 acres of land n<
Satsd pasture land.
No. 41 2 acre lot with 5 roc
SNo. 4? Building lot in Brool
, No. 44 P'- Sale-I5 share
No. 51 75 acres land, aboul
, growth timber, 4-room dwellin
a outbuildings, near Bush River
'No. 52 5 acres of land adjol
V ful lots in this 5 adres.
~ I also have other valuable pr
I want to call your special a
believe these 'are good bargaina
I f you wish to buy and sell a
or Cotton Mills come to see me
; Farm lands bought and sold.
'Thone No. 57.
Newberry, S. C.
cific Mutual's Liberal Treat
ks volumes. For years Mr. G.
ica, was one of the most promi
lawyers in Los Angeles. His
3 timely and worthy of the care
i his letter.
Monica, Cal., June 19, 1906.
containing check for two thou
$2025,) in payment of dividend
ient life policy No. 14519 which
u are indeed to be congratulated
[beral options offered me as fol
,alue (Reserve $3125, Dividend
id in premfums, besides twenty
:h upon a non-participating basis
id for Life $5,000 and a cash
'tal premiums paid.)
or Life $7940.
a for life $610 15. Being 13.5
besides twenty years insurance
<perience with certain Insurance
Lctory. It was therefore with re
Y that I allowed your represent,..
y for insurance in the Pacific
owever, that it was the wisest in
that time. What was true twenty
.s true today. My advice, based
,cially to young men, is, insure
with your patrons in a generous
ministration of a sacred trust is
:>n and gratitude I beg to remain
>sperity for the grand old Pacific
US, General Agt.
Newberry, S. C.
tton Were Shipped
e past week. Where did the
ands. With such increased de
other products, you can hardly
udiciously in REAL ESTATE
i benefit if your money investe.
? IF NOT, then it IS NOT in
anxious to help you do this.
perty? One that increases in
'WBERRY answers the descrip
nstantly increasing. Now place
*y the conditions which are in
ues. It pays to make your in
enced, reliable and successful
ilence is yours for the asking.
luable stocks and Real Estate
ir my residence.
I, Lots known as the Wheeler
veniently located, directly on the
s, prices $600, $500, $550 and
Thurch and Graded School.
', Brick stores on Main street.
one of these stores at $2,300.
ding, occupied by Post Office:
eniently located, plenty of room.
Newberry Cotton Mill Stock.
:ar Mountville with out houses
m cottage at Mountville.
s Newberry Land and Security
60 acres open, 12 acres 2ndi
g, 3-room tenant house, good!
ning J. A. Burton, some beauti
operty that owners do not wisi:
ttention to Nos. 34 and 35. 1
ny Stocks in any of our Banks
J. A. BURTON,
"The Man Between.
The Buyer and Sellr"