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The wise farmer, When he hs
lays one side a part of his crop
sons when cash receipts are i
may be le'ss bountiful.
There is no better place to F
You can deposil. on an open
you can invest I an savings ac
earn four per cent You can al
which is not true of money loar
The Bank for
JNO. M. KINARD, Presider
0. B. MAYER, N
Merely a matter of si
earn, keeps growing ea
prising after you have I
People fall into the hal
thoughtlessly, and imai
you are bound to succe
v We pay 4 per cent
Why not open an A
J. D. DAVENPORT, Pres.
R. C. CARLISLE, V-Pres.
Capital stock paid in
Deposits . .a
We do business on bi
We extend every cc
with safe and sound bE
Four per cent. paid <
H. C. MOSELEY, President.
M. A. CARLISLE, Vice-Pres.
FIRST CLASS WOI
I have recently purchased tl
Modern Improved machinery.
r Laundryman, has charge of the
assisted by competent help, wh
that the best laundry' "ork cah
Ls a good year or a good season
money to provide for the sea
ght or' for a year when crop
)ut such a reserve than in Th<
account subject to check, o
count where your, money wil
ways get money deposited here
ed to friends.
J. Y. McFALL, Cashier.
)ending less than yot
sier too,-becomes sur
:racticed it for a while
>t of spending mone)
gine they cannot save
as and carefulness anc
interest on Savings
)rry, S. C.
M. L. SPEARMAN, Cashier
G. B. CROMER, Atty.
0 AVINr-w BANK
ry, S. C.
. . . 25,O0.O(
. . 235,O00.OC
>r. .1anosits in Saving:
'ire Prcx.. Vault.
J. E. NORWOOD,
W. W. WHEELER, Cashier.
CEO. I20rAIsTONE, Attorney.
L:I Wra.t It"
ie Newberry Steam Laundry
Mr. Ceo. M'Lay, an exper
entire mechanical departrie~nt
t will be pleased to show yot
de had in Newberry by a home
TLETTiR rROM WASHINGTON.
Considering Plans for Oensus of 191(
-Passenger Rates. Etc.
Washington, Oct. 10.-Director o
the'Census Ngrth is already consider.
imt plans for taking the -cnsus fo
1910, and it is expected that it wil
3 be the most complete and accurat
census in the history of the country
This will result froin the fact that th
Cns1s fiep ;s now a peraminent bur
eau and, instead of havinl'r to organiz
r from the ground-up for the iext cn
sus. all thpt will be necessary will bt
the expansioN of the present wel
trained force. A matter that will be
considered in connection with the eei
sus of 1091 will be the possibility of
nbtainih; more accurate vital statis
ties and data -from which the relative
rate of increase in population in dif
ferent localities and for different
races can be determined. It is believ.
ed that if reliable data can be obtain.
ed some interesting facts will be dis.
closed as to the relative rates of in
crease of the white and negro races
Professor Wilcox, of Cornell Univer.
sity, who made ain exhaustive study of
the figures of the last census, reach
ed results tending to show that, evel
Without taking account of immigra
lion, tLe whit s are increasing faster
than the negroes, but the great diffi.
culty in the way of arriving at- defi.
nite conclusions is the entire absenct
of reliable birth statistics and the un
reliability of death records in most
localities. It has been suggested thal
when the next eensus is taken selecte(
- field agents of the burean he sent t<
points InI different parls of the coui
try to make an exhaustive study o:
the popilation in restricted areas
obtaining the vital history of eael
family. It is believed that if suel
studies are made in a considerabli
number of places information can I
obtained which will supplement tl(
statistics of the regular census an<
make it possible to arrive at approxi
mnately correct conclusions on manN
Railroad rates in the United States
after havin!i risen slight lY from th(
extreme low level of 1899, where th<
average rates showed the full effee
of the preeding years of business de
pressionl, are again declining . The ab
stract of the statistics of the rail
roads of the country for the year end
ed June 30, 1905, just. published b.N
the Interstate Commerce Commission
shows that the average passenger ratc
, per mile for that year was 1.962 cents
Oct. 22 t
Races Every Di
be at the Fair for "H
For full infor
a decrense from 2.000 cents for
year previous. The' average frc
i'ato for 1905 was .bilt 0.706 cent
ton pel mile against 0.780 cent
1904, It will be some time befor<
statistics for the year ended Juin
1006, are availa)le, but the annua
po'ts of the principal roads show
the general course of rates in
I year was downward, and the cur
year will show marked reduction
tie nverage rates, both for, passen
and freight. Since the passag<
the Hephiurn law requiring tI
days' nob"tie of a ftopusud Chang
rates but authorizing the Inters
Commereo Commission to mo
this requirement by special orders
Commission has complied with se
of requiests to reduce rate on
than thirty days' notice but has
ceived only one request for per
sion to make anl increase and that
a case in which it was desired to
rect a rate that. had boen made
low by a typographical error in
The m1lost inlsignificanlt, people
the mllost apt to snieer at others.-l
Coal! Coal!! Coal
I am making arranj
inents to establish a c
yard and will be in pc
tion to supply your wa
for both hard and soft CC
Should you wish to t
your winter supply
August or September
livery I would be plea
to quote you prices.
See me before buyi
I can deliver any time
ter August 15.
S. B. JONES
For Sale by
C. H. CANNON.
0 2?, 1906
ie Ever Arranged.
s from everywhere will
ome Coming" Celebra
y and Come.
e East and
er raf.c Manager,
Wiington. N. O
Which we use are without
that We believe in PURITY.
that We constantly preach Pt
renV We always practice PUR
gore 0 PURITY counts, and cou
r o * Ask your doctor.
81 MAYES' DRI
rSECURITY LOAN AN
was 3N'T:3 7"M.M3
' Supplies the best Fa<
For Saving Money at a
For Building by Iustalhm
Iaz- For Buying Land:
For Borrowing Money <
Get one of Our
si- It will be the meansof your Sa,
nts a Fund that will buy L
u SECURITY LOAN AN
ed Cor. Boyce & Adams Sts., Nev
- Through Pullma
on All Thro
<11 Convenient Sc
in effect to
For full informa
Routes, Etc., c4
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent,
AIR - LINE
NORTH - SOUTH
Two Daily Pullman Ve
Id Between SOUTH a
The Best Rates and Rc
Via Richmond~ andi
Norfolk and Stean
Louis, Chicago, Ne
Points South and South
and Jacksonville and
S and Cuba.
PossiTivELy THE SHOl
aso-For detailed informatiori
man reservations, etc., appi
board Air Line Railway, or
C.F T ATPassenger Agent, Columbia
exception the purest grade.
ITY when preparing medi
nts for much, in medicines. *
U INVESTMENT CO.
Profitable Rate of Interest:
n Real Estate.
nd Be Convinced of its Value
ving Money and accumulating
and or Build a House.
0 INVESTMENT CO.
rberry, S. C.
n Sleeping Cars
iedules on All
Tickets are now
Ltion as to Rate,
Division Pass. Agent.
Charleston, S. C
-- EAST -- WEST.
~stibuled Limited Trains
NG CAR SERVICE,
ute Lo all Eastern Cities
Mashington, or via
is, Louisville, St.
w Orleans, ano All
all points in Florida
(TEST INE BETWEE~N
,rates, sched-iles, Pull
y to any agent -! The Sea
los. W. Stewart, Traveling
sst.GUenl. Pass. Agt.,
Pass. Agt Columhbia e ,,,