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The wise farther, when-he li
'Jys ohe side a part of his cro;
301s When SaSh receipts are
may be less bountiful.
There is no better place to
You can deposII.~ on an open
you can Invest I an savings a
earn four per cent You cvan a
which is not true of money loa
'The Bak fo
JNO. M. KINARD, Preside
0. B. MAYER,
Merely a matter 'of s
earn, keeps growing e
prising after you have
People fall into the ha
thoughtlessly, and ima
you are bound to succ
We pay 4 per cent
Why not open an
J. D DAVENPORT, Pres.
R. C. CARLISLE, V-Pres.
Capital stock paid in
Surplus . ..
Deposits. . .
We do business an k
We extend every c
with safe and sound b
Four per cent. paid
H. C. MOSELEY, Presildent.
M. A. CARLISLE, Vice-Pres.
Where you find Shiel
it is asafe place to I
they are sold byerem
everywhere. B ure
Kiser's King (
omen, andr ou wil
styles and all the
Leathers, Pateht Co
Gun Metal, Box Cal:
i. C. Kiser Comp
as a good year or a good season,
money to pr6vide for the sea
light or for a year when crops
put- such a reserve than in The
accoynt subject to check, or
::count where your money ewill
Iways get money deposited here,
ned to friends.
J. Y. McFALL, Cashier.
pending less than you
asier too, becomes sur
practiced it for a while,
bit of spending money
gine they cannot save.
ss and carefulness and
interest on Savings.
arry, S. C.
M. L. SPEARMAN, Cashier
G. B. CROMER, Atty.
ry, S. C.
. .$ 50s,O00.Oc
. . . 25,00.OC
. . . 235,000.OC
on deposits in Savings
Fire Proof Vault.
J. E. NOR WOO),
W. W. WHEELER, Cashier.
GEO. JOHNSTONE, Attorney.
I Brand Shoes
~to ask for
REPORT ON DISPENSARY. C
Showing Financial Condition Soptem
ber 1.--Mr. Tatum's Report of
July 21 Compared With That
Given Out. 4u
-The State dispensary rep,)rt for the
quarter ending Aug. 31, 1906, was is
stied yesterday. The figures given
therein aie interesting for purposes of -
comparison with other reports issu
ed. A statement was issued by Com, J
missioner Tatin on July 21 in- which
it was the purpose to show- that the A
dispensary was solvent. The state
ment given out yesterday was the re
gular quarterly one issu-d one month
and ten days after the special state
ment. The figures in the special ha
statement were not given in the same
tabular form as is the present one is"
and therefore cannot be printed' that b01
way for purposes of comparison, but
some of the figures are taken frorn to
According to the statement of Com- mc
missioner Tatum issued July 21, the
dispensary then owed $443,225.34 for
liquor and on Aug. 31, the debt
amounted to $580,687.21. The cash in de
the State treasury, according to the W
last quarterly statement, amounts to
$44,637.95, and in the statement is- U14
sued on July 21 the balance was plac- Sh
ed at $96,518.78. There is due the ill,
school fund in the last statement $79- st
874.31 and the $400,000 allowed by the tel
legislature for the capital stock is Ch
also put down as a liability, making a
total of $479,874.31.
The report follows: D
For quarter ending August 31, .190(: P
Cash inl state. treasury.. $44637 95 1n
Team and wagon .... .. 64 00 PC
Supplics (inventory Aug. da
1906) ............43506 92 Fl
Machinery and office fix
tures ........6.... 6491 06 Cc
Cpntrabanid (inventor'y. sq
Aug. 31, 1906) .. ...... 117 28 lic
Real estate .. .. .. .. .. 56468 71 li
M.erc4handi,;e in the linds Sq
(if dispensers Aug 31, re
1906.. ... .... .... .287104 75 of
Merclhnm1dise (inventory of sti
stock Aug. 31, 1906.... 581400 01)
Suspenlded accounts in te<
plroesz. of adjujstlment . . 10464 41 of
Persolal accouilts (ule au
S1.11e For 1lcohol, tax ev
advallced on honded T1
spirits, etc. .... .. .. . 158 65 11 co
A,.-unt,_ due state for .
- r- ma'.Spen.m'o an
.. i: .i:. '-i tie . . 341441 24 Cl,
Total assets. .. ....$1,060,561 52 da
Capital stock allowed by
legislature, belonging to F
school fund .. ... .. .$400,000 00
Due school1 fund.1, profits
accumulated .. .. .... 79,874 31
Personal accounts due by I
state for whiskey, etc... 580,687 21 ca
Tot al liabilities . . . .$1,060,561 52 le
Statement of Profits and Losses, Aug. "~
Gross p)rofits on merchan
dise sold during quarter 0
ending Aug. 31, 1906 . .$124,909 87 o*
Contraband seizures .. ..1,489 33
Rent received from cot- *)
tages .. ....... .. ......221 58 a
State 's share of profits eI
sold- by Germania Brew-N
ing Co. .... .... ... ...'962 30 ~
Supplies used .... .....$36,765 62
Constabulary ...........12,727 39
Eapense .................11,685 66
Freight and express5 .. .14,028 58
Breakage .. .... .........80 14
Insurance .............1,613 25f
Partial loss by fire, St.
Matthews dispensary .. 1,488 44
Labor ......... .... ....9,467 Ti,
State 's net profits passed1I
to credit of school fund 39,130 30
Total losses .. .......$126,947 08
Cash Statement for Quarter Ending
Aug. 31, 1906. f
Balance in State treasury S
and on hand. .. .. . ..$318,510 63
June, 1906. .. .. .. .. ..160,084 95
July, 1906.. .. .. .. ...190,975 75 A
August, 1906 ...... ...182,587 42
Total receipts .......$852,167 75
June, 1906. .. .. .. ....$143,842 84
July, 1906. .. .. .. .. ..421,102 09
August, 1906. . ... .. ..242,584 87 I
Cash balance in state treas
utry and in bank Aug. 31, F
1906 .... .. ..........44,637 95
Total. disbursements . .$852,167 75
Adjustment of Cash Balance for
Quarter Ending Aug. 31, 1906. =
Balance as per b)oard of di
rectors' books .. .....$44,637 95 E
Balance asm ner 'tiste
port .. .. ...$3,989.09 '
wvarrants .. 3,8053.74
- - 40,186 9
sh in bank.......... 4452 00
rchases for Quartor Ending August
nie, 1906 .. .. .. .... .$ 80,552'58
ly, 1900 .. .. .. .. . . 137,495 04
gust, 1906 .........137,769 37
rotal .......... ..$335,816 90
les for Quarter Ending August 31,
ne, 1906 ..........$177,814 09
ly, 1906 .......... 166,695 96
igust, 1906 ........ 178,029 01
rotl ...... ....$522,539 66
lelats would be awful nice if they
I any place to live in.
rhe worst that is in a bad man
't so terribly much worse than the
4 that is in a good man. -
A little more money always seems
show you how impossible it is for
.' to be happy without a great deal
Charleston Gaaa Week.
nhe following programme has been
,ided upon for Charleston's Gala
3ek, November 5 to 10:
Wonday, November 5-Opening of
Southern Poultry and Pet Stock
ow, 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. Grand
mination and decoration of King
cet. Spectacular and realistic en
tainminct "Fighting the Flames,"
arleston fire department.
ruesday-This will be ''Circus
y." Barnum & Bailey's Great
ows will be in town and give a
rade in the morning and perfor
inee afternoon and night. The
ultry Show will be going on all
y up to 10 P. M. "Fighting the
ames will he repeated."
1%dnesday-' 'Military Day,
impetitive "guard mount" by
nads representing the fine batta
ns of infantry of the South Caro,
a National Guard, on Marion
uare in the afternoon. Parade and
v-iew of the troops at the conclusion
the competition. Band concert on
'eets in morning.
Wednesday night-Pain's pryro
'hnic display and aquatic carnival
t the B3attery. The most gorgeous
d beautiful fireworks exh;ibition
er seen in the South is promised.
ic Poultry and Pet Stock Show
Thursday-Band concerts onstreets
d square, morning. Parade of
iarleston's splendid fire department
the afternoon. Poultry Show all
Thursday night-Trades display
d fantastic parade. "Fighting the
Fridav-Band concerts on streets
(I square, morning. Floral parade
the afternoon. Illumination and
rnival of fun on King street and
neert by famous First Band Artil
r~y Corps, on Marion Square at
ght. ''Fighting the Flames.''
NOTICE OF DRAWING JURY.
Notice is hereby given that at 9
(elock A. M. Oct. 18th, 1906, in the
fice of the Clerk for Newberry
minty, S. C. we will draws the names
thrity-six persons who are to servo
Petit Jurors for the Court of Genm
al Sessions which will convene at
wh~erry C. HI., S. C., Nov, 5th, 1900,
4i continue for one week.
Oct. E th, 1906.
Jno. L. Eppa.
Win. W. Cromner.
Jno. C. Goggans.
Jury corn, for Newberr
Jury Comn. for Newberry, S. C.
:oal! Coal!! Coal!!!
T 'am makring arrange
ents to establish a coal
ard and will be in posi
on to supply your wants
>r both hard and soft coal.
hould you wish to buy
our winter supply for
ugust or September de
very I would be pleased
>'quote you prices.
See me before buyitlg.
can deliver any - time af
sr August 15.
S. B. JONES.
For Zbale uy
C. H. CAN N( N.
Which we use are without exce
We believe in PURITY.
We constantly preach PURI
We always practice PURITY
PURITY counts, and counts
Ask your doctor.
SECURITY LOAN AND I
Supplies the best Facili
For Saving Money at a Prc
For Building by lustalmeni
For Buying Land:
For Borrowing Money on I
Get one of Our
It will be the meanslof your Saving
a Fund that will buy Land
SECURITY LOAN AND
JAMES N. Mcl
Cor. Boyce & Adams Sts., Newber
on All Throug
Summer Resorts I
in effect to al
For full informati4
Routes, Etc., cor
Brooks Morgan. I
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent,
AIR - LINE -
NORTH - SOUTH -
Two Daily Pullman Vestit
Between SOUTH and
The Best Rates and Route
V'M Richmond and We
Norfolk and Steamers
Louis, Chicago, New
Points South and Southwes
and Jacksonville and all
PossmTvEL.y THE SHORTE;
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man reservations, etc., appiy t<
board Air Line Railway, or Jos
Passenger'.' gent, Columbia, S
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ption the purest grade.
when preparing medi
or much, in medicines. +
LW, S. 4.
Ifitable Rate of Interest:
Be Convinced of its Value
Money and accumulating
or Build a House.
ry, S. C.
dules on All
'ickets are now
:)n as to Rate,
L. W. Hunt
Division Pass. Agent.
Charleston, S. C
RAIL W AY.
EAST -- WEST.
uled Limited Trains ,
3 CAR SERVICE.
to all Eastern Cities
Lshingtonl, or via
Orleans, anca All
points in Florida
3T INE BETWEEN
-ates, sched.iles, Pull
any agent f.The Sea
W. Stewart, Traveling
.t.Geni. Pass. Agt.,
ass. Agt. Coliu'll S C