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W HY is It that the avera
money and proper
him to be? It-isn't becaus,
average man is industrious
$30,000 In the past ten ye
much serious thought eithe
ous thought would teach hi
would spend carefully and
places any man ahead of hi
A Bank Account hell
money, makes it easier
and to have a growing I
penses. We invite youi
4 per cent. Interest I
Merely a matter of
earn, keeps growing
prising after you hai
People fall into the
thoughtlessly, and ir
you are bound to sul
We pay 4 per cer
Why not open an
J. D. DAVENPORT, Pres
R. C. CARLISLE, V-Pres
Capital stgek paid ii
Surplus . ..
Deposits . . .
We do business or
We extend every
with safe and sound
Four per cent. pai<
H. C. MOSELEY, President.
M: A. CARLISLE, Vice-Pres.
r ~ FIRST CLASS MA
1 have recently purchase
Modern improved machine
Laundryman, has charge of
assisted by competent-help,
that the best laundiy wcrk '
ge man is worth so much less in
ty than we have a- right to expect
3 he don't make the money, for the
and has earned from -$ 10,000 to
irs. It is because he doesn't give
r to his Income or his outgo. Seri
-n the true value of a dollar; then he
save steadily. That system soon
s you to realize the value of
to handle your financial affairs
Palance after paying necessary ex
' account and will help you to save.
'aid in Savings Department.
for your Savings.
spending less than you
easier too, becomes sur
re practiced it for a while.
habit. of spending money
nagine they cannot save.
ness and carefulness and
t interest on Savings.
Derry, S. C.
M. L. SPEARMAN, Cashier
G. B. CROMER, Atty.
I SAkVINVq ANKI
3rry, S. C.
. . $ 50,000.00
. . . 25,000.00
. . . 235,000.00
I on deposits in Savings
Fire Proof Vault.
J. E. NORWOOD,
W. W. WHEELER, Cashier.
GEO. JOHNSTIONE, Attorney.
~d the Newberry Steam Laundry.
ry. Mn, Ceo. M'Lay, an expert
the entire mechanical dc partEeiit,
;> will be pleased to show you
*w.a be L id ir. Newberry by a home
. T. CARqLSON,
Pron. and Mgr.
THE "JUNGLE" OUT JUNGL:
Georg;a Author Puts Sinclair to
Bsack to the tall fibers for
dunl) llepp'' 1)nd Mr. Sinlclair.
Once u1pon a p time inl u111suispet
public illagiiied they had read a b
filled with lurid attacks upon the I
fill truists--ihoul.gIht they had S,
140m1e (1110kedtness exposed. Mr. I
tonl Sinclair even Imalk 1omiftey ()ut(
Ilheir so thinking. Congress got bi
ln the saimle accoilmit.
Now they hlive discovered it was
ai mistanke. ''Thie d1unk&le '' is a v*
ikie*t, Co'selvalive aId lady-like s
ry. ''The Sweet Cicily Sisters''
I.oing to put it in their library. Wi
Wvell, ''The ungle'' has been oultj
!Iled. I.istenl to this:
''I re-ard .1on 1). loeketeller
the N1reatest thief the world ever p
dhuced-r-Teater thaln Charles the Fi
or1 Louis- XVI-and the greatest I
inv hypourite. His donations to I
ulitreli are to close the mouth of I
pillpit. - lie knows that if the ptlpl
of the (collitry were t4 open up ol
o M)Imercinl cI rimes lie would be in i
peniteitiarY. wr-ite 1Y book. 'I
I'rmgl .'o the avow,ed puirpose
placing" Jon). Rtockefeller. in I
The mian who put Joinl I). lioel
feller in the penitentiary --in a no
--is 41 lawyer of Atlanta. C,a.
He is likewise the man who exp
ed Tom Tagg arl 's ganibling joint
French Lick Sprilgs, resiltinl'g in I
l'roseilltion of the ch1ainnall of I
democratic nationlall commilittee. 'I
Geor-ia aitor say,vs hlie expects
hook to revolutionize Americanl s<
timlent to such an extent hat I
Standard Oil magnate will get in re
ity what his counterpart inl tihe n o
got--not less than 20 years.
Tihe pictures drawn in Tap p's i
eI are so sharp and clear that ti
are easily reeco ,unized. For instan
Jolin Suckelow, with lieither hair I
vyebrows and able to eat -40n1ly era
e's ann1 milk. anl one of the --reat
colimmercTial piraes the world has el
se(n. has been idlentified by tle Crit
as Jolill 1).
I'mt Slo.aun & ('l.'s 1fiico, vi
all IIIe villi0ily was perpOl' i t -.'e , I
heen reene Ize ts a very good pi
ile (it the lieadqi11te's of .1. li
pont 'Morgan, Will street, New Yo
.1. O--dnii Armour has a double in i
book, and it is said that tlie people
Norti Carolina have identified
of the characters as John 1). Duke,
tobacco triut mall.
It is also said that the people
eoin-611 have rTonizled a similar
betwell Johni1 Horton, of the uol
and Hamilton flMchiorter, the ''1
Plelps' (of the Soitler'n Railway. 'I
novel has created a sensation-tihroul
out the South.
it is a t err'ible a rraigniment of1
l'trust and trust miasteris, whose ec
mercial tyr'annyi is depicted with gr,
forcee by' the a uthor' of the novel.
The boo11k is called -' 'The Str1uggh
and it starts out by picturing
beaut ifuil home of a Blue Gr'ass f
mer(1 surrouniiided by the happiness i
shold( be his under normal (comm11
eial cownd it ions. Thien thle story' she~
lhe results ow ''I rust ism, '' and w
fine striokues of sarcasm dra
chiaract ers that arIe readily recognb
as thle Iiwadts of se~'val of the coi
t ry 's grvea test 'ombli nat ion of capit
Thle ant hoir is makingi. no vecrifi,
11ion or dlenial of ident ificat ion. It
said t hat ai main who thiiinks lie isI
original of (one of the characters
lie boo0k has thr ieatenied to proseet
the author. It would be a back-hai
ed stroke of fate if a book written
tihe avowed purpose of sendingi
trust magnates to the penitentif
should land its athori)i in jail.
''Tihe boo0k is a pr'oblemiatical no
dlealing with the industrial and co
merc'iai condlit ions of ouri times,'' si
Tapp). ''T wr'ote it to show upi
in famy of the t rust magnates, anid
provec, by dledutionll, that the Ang~
Saxoin raice is caale)l of' sel f-gove
moat. Of coiuvr, it has a lov'e sto
but a round t hat is woven the fa
that deail withi011 ou times.
''1 visited French Lick Spr'ings
.July and witnessed the gamling
iit ion in Tatzgart 's est aibliment
thIeni madeO thle revelatLions that sta
ed t hat bali rollinug andl resulted in
ind(ictmIfent and1 the closingi of is gai
bI ing iresort.'
TPapp is a gr'adiuate of the Univ
sit-y of Cicagito, which is suppor
inri bV.Vhy the Rockefeller millions
at t " 1( 5' venomously in his boo0k.
wvas , <denitial elector from Gleor
on thle deoeraC'lt ie ticket in 1 904I, a
is thle auito oi~if thle ''Story oif Ang
Sa xon~ I nst,i tntilns,'' which is now
ed1 a at text book in Aemirican anid 1
.~' 'pe (I coges.
It k"e lots of folk terr'ibly p 1)
'n'ss!',well enou)tghl to maike poo
hink they ani't.
BD. Wild Bactrian Camel.
One of the rare and strange curi
the osities inl the triple mIieiaieries of
Cole I lthers United Shows, which
are schedledv tq. alve a aternoton
ad vnin- pekiorIlalee Flridav Oe
toler- 12 in NewberrY is ai wilid black
l'e iaetrian caiel. Taller t1han1 a 1,u1l
goWn1 plepliall. and as lercious an
ilng anly tm'i.-Footed imi-eating aiinal.
)ok tlhe b1ast is jllstIlY called tle most I
ov- tantie hum11i1ped mIarvel ever exhibited.
en AgenI's for 'ole l1-otler-s iinade tlLe
Tp- elaptm nlear the .ake of 1,Lq)b Now, it
of seeti . -I s mo etim e s te'Im ed " the im in1 -
Isy isfi-d r )leen on Hle roof of the old
woo l.'' As far bak as the subject
all Can he t11raed this is tihe first wild
wy cait'l btve iir ughit to th1is couiltry
to- and lite only black (,ne eVer seen any
Ire whelre. in pu11blic. Made Capt.ive last
y? )e.1-1m1ber it is just as wild to-day
in-i as it was when ait liberty and experi
eneed animlal tamler-s 11mb1estitatingaly
na voice the opinion that no amount of
ro- kindness or hiarsh teratmniit will ever
rst. subdite it. It is an exceptiotally fiie
iv- sPeCiiell. its lhue twerinn bo)dy be
he ing overed with a heavy growth of
he logll,-! l1.ir1 as black as Ilte featihers or
its thel( blavkest crow. Its limbs ar1e large
his and powerl..111 and a mad elepiant caln
le no)[ vallswem tt oble :1ii1l (amiage
'le than this i weln its temper is
of arod011V41. It allready has a record as a
lie disabler of men, itllaving recently sent
tirec 411' its keeperis inl one day to
CC- the hiospital ill HirmanIgiai. Ala.
6e Ev erI precauition'41, lowever, is takenl
to guar visitors against arm in Cole
is- Brothers Ilenageries, the caiel being
ill kept almie in a secutre and str-ongly
lie -built eamllsue l und which arIed
le .unarlds are ever on (liuty.
hs The Smallest Kangaroo.
- It is autionatively stated that the
le smallest Kangaroo ever exhibited in
at- America is to be seen in the imperial
vel triple mtienageries witi Cole Brothier
United Shows. which will exhibit
- Fridav aftenool aiqd evening Oct(ob
eY er 12. inl Newberry. ''Mite", the name
(e, by wtihel tle baliy is ki(own, al
kor thoig l4. ive m<m11tls old is not as large
as a -yray scpiirrel and as may le ex
Lst peeled passes neairly a o' its time
e' coniealed in its mnothier's poniieh.
ieS ''lie tare 11MoIIIeIts wieit the linvfel
lowm ventuilres olit upon file floor of
e the e-we and to watell it atlhnlpi to
is inilni the parnit is moIst ainmusil.
et- The lattei keeps a wath1fnl eye 11nm
r- tle int"ant and. whenleVer any pe:-smn
rk approaches close to the guiaid rope,
le will liastily gather up and place the
of little one back in its sack. A few
me: Iniutites elapse and then "Mite" mIay
he be seen thrustling its small head into
view and141 peeping around wit] tlie cut
of esI expressitoII iliagilable upon its
itY ty.1ae. So far. as known this is t lie
'el. only bahv Imarsupialia ever seen in
h1iis couniry alld it is needless to add
e thiat. Messrs. Cole Brothers regard it
I- 'one of tle prizes in their colossal
iraveling zoo. Especially interesting
lie wvili " Mit e " provnle to school children
m- and all students (If natural history.
, A (plcer thing is t he wvay wvomen
sneloer about how oIther womnen arenli't
truithfuli ab)out Itheir ages.
~ A boudt lie only persoin who doesni't.
iat seemli to thIinIk nI 'eanldite for offic'e
-is a liar andt a thief' is his mother.
w's SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY.
.ed The undersigned as executor of .J.
ml- W. Perkins, deceased, will sell at '
al. late residence of .J. W. Perkins, on
ma- ceased, all of the personial property
is beluonginRg to said deceased, on Tuesday
lie IOctober 9, 1906. Terms cash.
inl J. TP. McCoullough,
se Coal! Coal!! Coal!!!
I am making arrange
m- ments to establish a coal
"l yard and will be in posi
to tion to supply your wants
.for both hard1 and soft coal.
'iould you wish to buy
your winter supply for
"August or September de
. r[livery I would be pleased
si to quote you~ prices.
ma See me before buying.
er- I can deliver any time af
ed ter August 15.
lIe S. B. JONES.
"r For Sale by
C. H. CANNON..
Which we usp. are withoul
We believe in PURITY
We constantly preach F
We always practice PU
PURITY counts, and co
Ask your doctor.
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Supplies the best Fa
For Saving Money at i
For Building by Iustall
For Buying Land:
For Borrowing Money
Get one of Our
It'will be the meanslof your S,
a Fund that will buy I
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Cor. Boyce & Adams Sts., Ne,
on All Thrc
in effect to
For full inform.
Routes, Etc., c
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent,
I AIR -LINE
NORTH - SOUTE
Two Daily Pullman V
Between SOUTH a
FIRST--CL ASS DIN
The Best Rates and R
Via Richmond and
Norfolk and Steal
Louis, Chicago, N<
Points South and Sout]
and Jacksonville an
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ge-For detailed informatic
man reservations, etc., api
board Air Line Railway, or
Passenger Agent, Columb
C. F. STEWART,
W. L BiJRROlI[SK,Tra
exception the purest grade.
RITY when preparing medi
unts for much, in medicines. *
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mmum-, M. C%
x Profitable Rate ofInterest:
Ion Real Estate.
nd Be Convinced of its Value
tving Money and accumulating
-and or Build a House.
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wberry, S. C.
.n Sleeping Cars
hedules on All
s Tickets are now
ition as to Rate,
R. W. Hunt
Division Pass. Agent.
-- EAST --WEST.
estibuied ,Limited Trains
and NEW YORK.
ING CAR SERVICE.
:>ute Lo all Eastern Cities
Washingto~n, or via
11s, Louisville, St.
aw Orleans, and All
d all points in Florida
)RTEST -INE BETWEEN
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